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EDITOR: Elsie Rich ter
K oreworcl y
In the following pages We have endeavored
to illustrate by Words and pictures the day
to olay activities at Adna High School. We
hope We have succeeded in this mission.
In the years to come, We genuinely hope that
this book will serve as a treasure of Wonder-
ful memories. As time passes, you Will lose
contact with your classmates and teachers.
This book Will help you recall their names
In recognition of thirty-one years devoted to
the field of education we the class of 1952 dedi-
cate this edition of tne Adonian to Fiorence
Simmermacher, teacher and friend of many graduates
past and present.
We indeed feel fortunate for having had the
opportunity of knowing and studying under Florence
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Seniors of 1952, yours has been a class that
I have enjoyed. You are graduating at one of the
most interesting times in history. You are facing
a future which differs in many ways to what your
parents faced, and yet there are certain things in
their future and yours which are the same. The im-
portant thing in common then, now, and in the fut-
ure, is that sincere hard work leads to success,
regardless of what constitutes success. Education
is more important for you than it has ever been
before. Education, with a variety of interests,is
the surest security for you.
The future of our country is being formulated
in our schools today. You who will soon be grad-
uating are typical of many similar groups through-
out our great land. In this great host of young
people the fate of our country for good or bad,
must lie. It is my hope that what we have given
you will help you to live wisely, serve ably, and
lead successfully in your time.
I am happy to have been your superintendent.
ELIZ TH CURTIS, QB. A.
Wash gton State College
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Vernon John, V. Pres., Kemp Keen, Pres., Harvey Cox,
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Kathryn Carroll, Secretary, Elsie Richter, Treasurer
Leit to right: Harmon Chandler, Claudell Rich, Alice Orloske, Kathryn Carroll,
Elsie Richter, Mr, Bolton, Kemp Keen, Vernon John, Marvin Duncan, Harvey Cox,
Wesley Curtis, Jim Siegwarth
Standing: Virgil Rayton, John Enbom, Gordon Young
Student Body History
The first Student Body meeting was called on September 5, 1951. It
was decided that Yvonne Unterwegner choose another yell leader to yell
with her during the year, since the two who were chosen to yell with
Yvonne last year moved away during the summer.
During the year, a great deal of business was transacted by the stu-
dent body. Football blankets were purchased. The trophy case was lined
with blue velvet. New stage scenery was purchased. The girl's room was
redecorated. Emblems for the band, drill team, and glee club were or-
A spring Carnival was held on Ap-ril 4, 1952, and was a huge success,
both financially and socially. The profits from the carnival went towards
the purchase of band uniforms.
The student body accomplished a great deal this year and the school
plays, dances, ball games, and other events were successful.
Student Council History
The first student council meeting was called on October 3, 1951. A
committee was appointed to see about goal posts for the football field.
New records were purchased for the nickelodeon. Slip covers for the
davenport and chair were purchased.
Kemp Keen, Student Body President, Claudell Rich, Girl's League
President, Harvey Cox, "A" Club President, and Mr. Robinson, advisor,
attended the High School Leaders Conference at the University of Wash-
ington in Seattle.
It was decided to give the janitor and School Board members student
The student council was active on all orders of business and a great
deal was accomplished during the year.
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OF OLD SAT FREEDOM ON THE HEIGHTS
Of old sat Freedom on the heights,
The thunders breaking at her feet:
Above her shook the starry lights:
She heard the torrents meet.
There in her place she did rejoice,
Self-gathered in her propher-mind,
But fragments of her mighty voice
Came rolling on the Wind.
Then stept she down thro' town and field
,To mingle with the human race,
And part by part to men revealed
The fullness of her face-
Grave Mother of majestic works,
From her isle-altar gazing down,
Who, God-like, grasps the triple forks,
And, King-like, wears the crown:
Her open eyes desire the truth.
The wisdom of a thousand years
Is in them. May perpetual youth
Keep dry their light from tearsg
That her fair form may stand and shine,
Make bright our days and light our dreams,
Turning to scorn with lips divine
The falsehood of extremes.
Sailing on to a brighter future.
COLORS--Red and White.
FLOWER-Red Rose Bud.
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Senior Class History
FRESHMAN YEAR '
Yes, we were green, but no more so than the average Freshman class.
Perhaps we were a little more scared than the average Freshman class,
but we soon got over that. T
At our first class meeting, we elected our class officers. This was an
important event for us, thus we chose them wisely. Elsie Richter was
chosen President, with Wesley Curtis as Vice-President. Jim Siegwarth
was elected Secretary-Treasurer, Vernon Mitchell was elected Sgt. of
Arms, and Harvey Cox was elected to act as Class Representative. Mr.
Jones was our class advisor.
Naturally we were Worried about initiation, but on the first of
October, it came off without serious mishap. Some of us suffered indigni-
ties, but we lived through the event.
After the initiation we immediately began planning for the Frosh Re-
turn, and on the 5th of November, we showed the Sophomores that we
really held no grudges because of the ill treatmeent we receeived at their
hands during Frosh Initiation.
All in all, our Freshman year was a good one. It showed us how much
we had to learn and gave us the confidence with which to face the future.
At the beginning of our Sophomore year, the class consisted of
twenty-three members. Later in the year our number increased to twenty-
Harvey Cox was elected President, Vernon Mitchell, Vice-Presidentg
Christle DeBow, Secretary-Treasurer, Leslie Mohoric, Representativeg
Katherine Anderson, Sgt. of Armsg and Lou Ann Johnson, Reporter. Mr.
Nelson was our class advisor.
October llth, we initiated the Freshmen. We believe we did a fairly
good job. The class of "53" can bear us out on this statement.
Three of our girls won school-wide acclaim during our Sophomore
year. Claudell Rich and Ginger Rider were chosen as drill team major-
ettes and Beverly Maddox was chosen as one of the school yell leaders.
The majority of the boys made a letter in at least one sport and many
of the girls participated in the drill team and girls' athletics.
Finally we were upper-classmen. We began our eleventh year of school
by sponsoring the annual Junior Prom. This event was one of the high-
lights of the 1950-51 school year. The class also presented "No Foolin"',
a three-act comedy. We didn't realize how much talent we actually had.
The class decorated the auditorium for Baccalaureate and commence-
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Senior Class History
fContinued from Previous Pagel
Mrs. Poe was class advisor during our Junior year. Class officers were
elected as follows:
President ,..,......... .e.o. VS 'esley Curtis
Vice-President ...... ...... K emp Keen
Secretary ............ ...... C laudell Rich
Representative ....... ....... H arvey Cox
Sgt. of Arms ...,.. .....,.,,, J im Gre-ger
Reporter ....... e,.ee.. M argaret Wink
Proud Seniors were we. At the beginning of the year, the class num-
bered twenty students, but three of the group left school.
Class officers for our Senior year Were:
' President .............................. Kenneth Thompson
Vice-Pre-sident ....... ....................,, V eva North
Secretary ............ ....... K atherine Ander-son
Representative ....... ............... J im Siegwarth
Sgt. of Arms ................................,. Sidney Davis
The people of Adna really had a mad night of entertainment when
we presented our play, "The Nit Wits", on November 9th. Wonder why
some people said the play was very appropriate? We also entertained the
school the Friday before Christmas with a program.
Members of our class took a leading role in putting on the Band Uni-
form Carnival. The class certainly was glad to see the band get uniforms.
A Spring baseball dance was sponsored by the class. Everyone had
a wonderful time. Then on May 9th, We also sponsored the annual
Alumni Dance. This was a great success.
On April 18th, members of our class became teachers in the high
school for one day. We thought that We did an excellent job.
May 16th was Senior trip day. Went to Seattle for educational pur-
poses. Had a wonderful time, and learned a few things along with our fun.
Sunday evening, May 25th, our class had its baccalaureate service.
Rev. Hayes delivered the sermon. May 28th was graduation night. The
big day finally arrived. This was the culmination of four years of hard
Work. It was both a sad and joyous occasion for us. We can truthfully
say we were both glad and sorry to leave Adna High School.
KATHERINE ANDERSON CHRISTLE DEBOW
Letter Winner 2-3-4
Class Secretary 4
Class Sgt. of Arms 2
Girls' League Sgt. of Arms 2
Glee Club 1-2-3-4
Letter Winner 1-2-3-4
Annual Asst. Editor 4
Drill Team 2-3-4
Glee Club 2-3-4
Class Secretary 2
V. Pres. Girls, League 4
SIDNEY DAVIS WESLEY CURTIS
Dramatics 3-4 Football 2-3-4
Class Sgt. of Arms 4 Basketball 4
Letter Winner 2-3-4
Yell Queen 2-3
Drill Team 2-3-4
Class President 3
Class V. Pres. 1
A Club Representative
LOU ANN JOHNSON VERNON MITCHELL
Letter Winner 1-2-3-4
Class Reporter 2
Annual Staff 4
Drill Team 2-3-4
Girls, League V. Pres. 2
Letter Winner 1-3-4
Class Secretary 3
Glee Club 3
Girls' League Rep. 3
Girls' League Pres. 4
Annual Staff 4
Drill Team 1-2-3-4
Class Representative 2
Class President 4
Class V. Pres. 2
Class Sgt. of Arms 1
Movie Operator 2-3-4
Annual Staff 4
Class Representative 3
S. B. V. Pres. 3
Class Reporter 1
Class Secretary 1
Class Representative 4
A Club Secretary '4
Letter Winner 4
Drill Team 3-4
Class V, Pres. 4
Glee Club 2-3
Letter Winner l-2-3-4
Annual Editor 4
S. B. Treasurer 4
Class President l
Drill Team 2-3-4
Glee Club 2-3-4
Class President 2
A Club President 4
S. B. Sgt. of Arms 4
Annual Staff 4
Journalism Staff 4
A Club Representativ
Class Sgt. of Arms 3
Class V. Pres. 3
S. B. President 4
Annual Staff 4
Senior Class Will
We, the Senior Class of 1952, of Adna, Washington, being of sound
mind and marked intelligence, do hereby write, publish, and declare this
to be our last will and testament.
FIRST. We ask that all our graduation expenses be fully paid as soon
as possible after our gra.duation. We also ask that our Class Picture be
hung in the hall and due respect be paid by all underclassmen.
SECOND. To the faculty we will the following:
To Mr. Bolton, We will a senior class that will not write on the new
To Mrs. Curtis, we will a dog to clean up the scraps after her Home Ec.
cooking classes finish.
To Mr. Gibbs, we will a group of students who will not shoot paper
while he shows a movie.
To Mr. Weber, we will ten cases of bird seed for his whistle.
To Mr. Roundtree, we will ten new fingers for his shop experiences.
To Mr. Robinson, we will a senior class that knows something about
To Mr. Nelson, we will a geometry class that can draw a straight line
While using a ruler.
To Mr. Haase, our janitor, we will classes that will not take screws
out of the chairs.
To the cooks, we will another senior class that will appreciate their
cooking as much as we have.
THIRD. To the Juniors, we will as much luck in their senior year as
we have had.
To the Sophomores, we will as much luck in their Junior Play as
To the Freshmen, we will a future Without any draft calls.
FOURTH. To our fellow school students, we will the following:
I, Katherine Anderson, will my whistle to a worthy Junior, Charlene
I, Harvey Cox, will my "FliVer" to anyone who will have it.
I, Wesley Curtis, will my Chev. to Glen Thompson.
I, Sidney Davis, will my devilishness to anyone who wants it.
I, Christle DeBow, will one slightly used bottle of Hadacol to anyone
who needs it.
I, James Greger, will my temper to anyone who wants it.
I, Lou Ann Johnson, will my ability to blush to Vernon Mitchell.
I, Kemp Keen, will my Olds to Mr. Weber so he won't have to push a
I, Beverly Maddox, will my specs to Carol Ann Roberts.
I, Vernon Mitchell, will my ability to sleep in class to anyone who can
get by with it.
I, Leslie Mohoric, will my poetic ability to anyone who wants it.
I, Veva North, will my ability to get a parole from second period study
hall to Bill Mattis.
I, Duane Olson, will my ability to sprain ankles to anyone who doesn't
I, Claudell Rich, will my gift of gab to Louise Duey.
I, Elsie Richter, will my job as editor of the annual and school paper
to anyone who wants it.
I, James Siegwarth, will my motor scooter to Jackie Young so she
won't have to ride her bicycle to Yvonne Unterwegner's.
I, Kenneth Thompson, will all my English books to Fred Huber.
The following news item was taken from the May 28, 1962 edition of
The Adna High School "Blue and Gold".
"On May 28, 1962, in the Adna High: School Gym, the graduating class
of 1952 held its tenth anniversary reunion. In 1952, when they graduated
from Adna High School, they agreed that they would all return to Adna
High School in ten years and hold a. class reunion.
Some of them had a difficult time getting to the reunion, but fortun-
ately all seventeen were present. Most of the members have gone a long
way since they have left A.H.S., and the Blue and Gold is very pleased to
be able to tell you about them.
Their advisor, Mr. James Robinson, was also present at the reunion.
He is now coach of the Ford Lewis Yardbird's Baseball Team. Harvey Cox
also made a career in baseball. He is leading the American League in
homeruns this year. We hear he gives Mr. Robinson's team plenty of
Maybe some of you remember "Babe" Rich and "Bev" Maddox. Bev-
erly is still an old maid, living in the same house with her twenty-nine
cats. "Babs" is the piano tuner for the Weber Music Co. She does this
in her spare time. The rest of the time she spends eating!
Jim Greger is now the Strawberry King of Ceres Hill. His wife, the
former El-sie Richter, is the Strawberry Queen. She helps Jim raise healthy
Vernon Mitchell, the boy who was always sleeping in class, has final-
ly worked himself up from P.F.C. in the National Guard, to the rank of
General of the Army. He is stationed in Washington, D. C., and owns
twenty deep freezes and six Cadilacs.
Veva North and Lou Ann Johnson also attended the party. Lou Ann
just returned from Africa where she owns and operates a zebra riding
academy. Veva never traveled very far away from home. She is now
steadily employed at the Triple X Restaurant as a car hop. Her specialty
is root beer.
Several members of the class of 1952 are making headlines. Kenneth
Thompson invented a radio so powerful that he can communicate with
the people on Mars. It is said that he is making millions on this invention.
Katherine Anderson has gone up in the world since her graduation. She
just finished making a campaign speech on "Why the United States should
have a woman president." She is one of several women working for the
1964 Republican presidential nomination. Sid Davis is a lazy bachelor,
but performs for the circus every year with his army of trained flees. We
all knew Sid had talent.
Leslie Mohoric is considered to be America's greatest contemporary
poet. Leslie was always poetic while in school. His latest creation is
"Twenty-First Century Nursery Rhymes".
Kemp Keen, the great lumber king, is one of the richest members of
the class. He is now the president of Weyerhaeuser Timber Company.
Dr. Wesley Curtis is now teaching Chemistry at the University of
Michigan. Wes was always good in Chemistry. Speaking of Chemistry
and complicated things, Jim Siegwarth, the brain of the class, is assistant
grease monkey at Scherer's Service Station.
Duane Olson is the private lawyer for James Robinson. He is a very
busy man. Duane and his wife are living in New York.
Christle DeBow is now happily married to Warren Johnson. They are
living in Lower' Slobovia. Christle is making a fortune in the Smink Busi-
ness. She has taught the Sminks to act like minks.
The party was a rousing success. The hall of A.H.S. has not heard
so much noise and laughter since 1952."
Lou Ann Johnson
Beverly Maddox i
Chris Gee whiz
Louie What'cha say?
Wes You don't know
Kenny Holy Cow
Bam You think so ?.
Shorty Oh, nuts
Sid Man alive
Babs Really now
Les Darn it
Weed Fiend You'l1 learn but it'll cost you
Kandy I ain't going to tell you
South s What that make me?
Jim I don't know
Wineo Boy, you know it
Why Still Living
I'm too ornery to do
To make a million
The army wants me
Nothing better to do than
To have a lot more fun
Sometimes I wonder
Nothing else to do
Too young to die
You tell me
Nothing else to do
A lot to look forward to
To chase women around
Not ready to die
Have lots to do yet
Too lazy to die
To date all the girls
Doomed to Die For:
To own a herd of horses
Time will tell
For wanting 't
To be a good wife
Own a cattle ranch in Oregon
Own a Palomino horse ranch
Haven't found it
To own an airplane
Have a. new car
Haven't figured that out yet
Learn to drive
Be a hot rod driver
Do something right for a change
Make the biggest chicken house
in the country
To have nothing to do but drive
Become immensely wealthy'
Build a rocket ship
.lust loaf around
Junior Class History
On September 19, 1951, fourteen Juniors held their first class meet-
ing of the year and elected the following officers:
President .................................... Marvin Duncan
Vice-President ...... ........... M ax Santee
Secretary .....,..... ..... A lice Orloske
Sgt. of Arms ......... ................... L eon Craig
Representative ...... .................... N 'ernon John
Reporter ............................ Charlene Thompson
On October 19, the Juniors held their Junior Prom. The theme of the
dance was "Blue Moon". The dance was a big success.
On March 7, the Juniors presented the three-act comedy, "'Hil1billy
Courtship". The cast included eleven characters.
The last activity of the year was decorating the auditorium for com-
mencement- and baccalaureate.
Pictured on next page:
Left to right:
lst row: Charlene Thompson, Sandra Olson, Louise Duey, Carol Ann Rob-
erts, Rita Hobbs, Alice Orloske.
2nd row: Marvin Duncan, Fred Huber, Vernon John, Leon Craig, Mr.
3rd row: Gene Givens, Bill Mattis, Donald Thomas, Max Santee.
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Sophomore Class History
At the beginning of this year, the Sophomore Class elected the fol-
lowing officers: President, Virgil Rayton, 'Vice-President, Bob Fay,
Secretary-Treasurer, Marilyn Smithg Reporter, Barbara Haaseg Represen-
taitive, Gordon Young. The class enjoyed having Mr. Weber as class
The class initiated the Freshmen in the usual manner with one da.y
of torment, topped off with an initiation party at night. The Sophomores
enjoyed it, and hope the Freshmen did.
The class of "54" numbers twenty-seven members. Of these, three
have gone to school at Adna since the first grade. The Sophomores were
unfortunate in losing two members this year, Sally Martin and Betty
Kerkhoff. Both were given a going away party. We gained a new class-
mate, Glenna Grauman, from Napavine.
The class enjoyed several activities in addition to the regular high
school parties. At Hallowe'en, a party was given at the home of Barbara
Haase. At Christmas time, a theater party was held. On both of these
occasions a good time was had by all.
The class turned out well for all the high school dances and other
At the end of the school year the customary picnic was held.
Pictured left to right:
1st row: Sharon Deeds, Marilyn Smith, Betty Lou Kerkhoff, Clara Marth,
Barbara Haase, Kathryn Carroll.
2nd row: Bobby Fay, Janice Tramm, Evalyn Ozar, Glenna Grauman, Ar-
lene Potter, Norman Adolphsen, Mr. Weber.
3rd row: LeRoy Wisner, Gordon Young, Addison DeBoer, Bob Johnson,
Calvin Coie, Ray Boche.
4th row:Ray Wink, Virgil Rayton, David Siegwarth, Mac McKinley, Wen-
dell DeBoer, Dan Olson.
Freshman Class History
The Freshman class entered its first year of high school with thirty
members enrolled. Roberta Mitchell and Bill McConnachie both withdrew
during the year.
On the first class meeting, officers were elected as follows:
President ...........,.....,,........e......,,,, Rocky Enbom
Vice-President ...... .,.,,.,.,........,, J im Stafford
Secretary ...,,..,.r ....... Y vonne Unterwegner ,
Representative ..... ......,.,, H armon Chandler
Sgt. of Arms ....... ......... E dwin Smith
Reporter .....,,.,.., ........ J ackie Young
Treasurer ,........,.......,.........,......,. Eugene Richter
The class was very pleased to have Mr. Nelson as class advisor, and
wish to thank him for his co-operation and friendly attitude.
The class went to the Freshmen Initiation feeling terrified, but it
turned out to be fun for all. A few weeks later the class presented the
Sophomores with a Frosh Return.
The class, as a whole, enjoyed their first year of high school and look
forward to the remaining three yea.rs.
Left to right:
First row: Ronald Tanksley, Jim Stafford, Ronald Mullens, Harmon Chand-
ler, John Enbom, Edwin Smith, Glen Thompson.
Second row: Donald Benberg, Doris Craig, Winifred Duey, Dorothy Wei-
gant, Gail Scherer, Lois Toporke, Irene Bowers, Joyce Waltar, Susan
Third row: Mabel Grim, Jackie Young, Connie Conrad, Carol Hopper,
Yvonne Unterwegner, Bobby Adolphsen, Roger Maddox.
Fourth row: Darrell Cairns, Charles Dykes, Eugene Richter, Bill McCon-
nachie, Delbert Greger, Lee Olson, Mr. Nelson.
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Eighth Grade History
On September 5, 1944, twenty-four little people were enrolled in the
first grade. Some of these people fell behind, some moved away, while
others came to take their places. Of the original group, one boy, Matt
Skoff, and six girls, June Aldrich, Shirley Thompson, Lois Orloske, Janice
Leonard, Marlene Wisner and Bernice Mohoric, are still together. The
class now numbers twenty-one members.
At Christmas time the class had a party and exchange of gifts. The
girls took part in the Christmas program given by all the grades.
In the magazine subscription contest, the eighth grade won first
place. Lois Orloske was general manager for the campaign, and also high
salesman for the grade. Robert Saylor was room manager. We get to
keep the trophy until the school year is over.
New basketball suits were purchased with the money raised by the
sale of subscriptions. The suits are green and white. The yell leaders and
song queens wore green skirts and white blouses. Our team won two games
and lost four.
A picnic on the school grounds was enjoyed one day during the last
week of school.
On May 29, eighth grade diplomas were given to the class.
Pictured on previous page:
Left to right:
1st row: Bernice Mohoric, Patricia Walch, Marlene Wisner, Lois Orloske,
June Aldrich, Janice Leonard, Beverly Nolan, Sandra Wilson.
2nd row: George Mattis, Shirley Johnson, Carol Tanksley, Shirley Thomp-
son Mat Skoff, Bud Johnson, Mrs. Simmermacher.
3rd row: Jim Froman, Norman Giezler, Bobby Chandler, Bob Saylor, Bobby
Smith, Jim Burleson Errol Anderson.
Seventh Grade History
On a bright morning early in September, 1945, a group of happy boys
and girls greated their first grade teacher, Miss Whittaker. Some of this
original group ha.ve since moved away and new children have moved in to
join the class. Now in 1952, the seventh grade has twenty-three student-s,
ten boys and thirteen girls.
Of the original group, Lee Thomas, Kenneth Wilson, Alan Waltar,
Joe Morgan, Lawrence Adolphsen, Anna Geizler, Mary Simonds, Marian
Tanksley, Edith Geizler and Marion Patch are still members. New stu-
dents joining since are: Donald Haase, 6th, Walter Geizler, 2nd, Fred Ams-
dorf, 4th, Ellen Toporkey, 2nd, Shirley Smock, 4th, Janice Ozar, 2nd,
Evelyn Vetter, 6th, Donna Benberg, 3rd, Mary Lou Setzer, 6thg Mary
Courtney, 5th, Ross and Claire Dykes and Joanne Balsley joined this year.
The seventh grade has had an interesting year. They went over their
quota in the magazine drive, helping the basketball team buy their new
suits. Alan Waltar was high point salesman in the room and Kenneth Wil-
son was room manager. Kenneth and Alan were the two seventh grade
boys to make the team with Donald Haase as the manager.
The class gave the eighth grade a Hallowe'en party and held a Christ-
mas program and gift exchange in their own room. Coat hanger swags
were made to take home. We also took part in the school Christmas pro-
ug Joann Balsley, Marian Patch, Donna Benberg and Janice Oizar are
members of the high school band. Mary Courtney, Joe Morgan, Mary
Setzer and Shirley Smock are learning to play instrument-s so they can join
the band next year.
The seventh grade gave a program for the P. T. A. in February and
helped with Parents night. The class has been emphasizing map study and
exhibited maps for parents night. '
The Seventh grade room teacher was Mrs. Nielsen.
Pictured Previous Page:
Left to right:
lst row: Janice Ozar, JoAnn Balsley, Evalyn Vetter, Mary Simonds, Edith
Geizler, Mary Courtney, Ellen Toporke.
2nd row: Mary Lou Setzer, Anna Geizler, Marian Patch, Donna Benberg,
Shirley Smock, Marian Tanksley, Mrs. Nielsen. -
3rd row: Allen Waltar, Walter Geizler, Joe Morgan, Lee Thomas, Donald
Haase, Lawrence Adolphsen.
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4 School started-a dark day for all.
15 Football Jamboree-we won.
21 The Freshmen were initiated-what fun!
28 The teachers had a. reception.
5 Our first football game here with Ranier-we lost.
9 The Frosh Return was given by the Freshmen.
19 Juniors sponsoredthe Junior Prom.
26 Adna traveled to Ryderwood for a football game-We lost.
2 Girls' League sponsored their first tolo of the year. More fun!
7 Several seniors attended the Senior College Conference.
9 "The Nit Wits" was presented by the Senior Class-very appropriate!
22-23 Thanksgiving Vacation.
1 Basketball Jamboree held in Chehalis-we lost.
4 Oakville came to Adna for first basketball game.
7 Adna played a basketball game at Oakville.
8 Adna Pirates went to the Jamboree at Napavine.
11 Tenino was defeated here by the Adna Pirates.
19 Grade school presented their Christmas program.
January - February
Basketball was main event every Friday and Tuesday evening.
The Drill Team and the Band made many appearances at the home games.
7 Junior presented their play, "Hillbilly Courtship".
21 Seniors sponsored a baseball dance.
27 Skating party was held to raise money for band uniforms-big success.
4 First League baseball game at State School-we won.
4 Carnival was a huge success.
11 Spring vacation.
14 New band uniforms were ordered for delivery on May 25.
18 The Seniors taught school for the day-ugh.
25 Girls' League gave spring tolo-formal.
2 Parent's Reception was held.
9 Alumni Dance-old grads had a Wonderful time.
16 Seniors went on their trip, educational trip, that is!
25 Baccalaureate. '
28 Graduation. It's been a long, long road. 1
29 School ended today!
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Senior Play History
Then Senior Class of Adna High School put their talents into action,
as was shown in the Senior Class play, a three act comedy, "The Nit Wits."
What happens to Tommy Winter and Steve Grinnell, two college boys,
while Tommy's folks were away on a vacation, shouldn't happen to a dog.
In an attempt to earn money for college, Tommy became a psychologist,
and turned the home into a doctorfs office. Mr. and Mrs. Winter, learning
of Tommy's plans, send in some of their actor friends as lunatics., Ste-ve
and Tommy were swamped with troubles, but the real excitement be-
gan when Mr. and Mrs. Winter arrive unexpectedly. To complicate mat-
ters the boys' girl friends were trying to have a party at the Winter's
home. Nellie, the cook, was completely bewildered by the actions of
everyone. Of course, everything was -straightened out in the end. '
Appearing in the cast were:
Emily 'Winter ......
Nellie, the cook
Steve Grinnell ..
Lou Ann Johnson
William Winter ...... ...... D uane Olson
Jean Hammond ......, ....... ......... V e va North
Lou Prentice .................................. Elsie Richter
Miss Constance Dinwidzdie ........ Beverly Maddox
Henry Short ,..................,.............. Wesley Curtis
T. T. Trumbull Vernon Mitchell
Maude Middleton ,,,,... ........ C hristle DeBow
i Bert Baxter ..,,......... ............ H arvey Cox
Milton Geer ............. ...,... L eslie Mohoric
Madeline Short ,.,,... ......... C laudell Rich
Jack Dempsey ,,,,.. ....... J ames Siegwarth
f A- - Asylum Guard ,......,,......,.... Kenneth Thompson
Policeman .....................................,.. Sidney Davis
Directing the play was Mr. James Robinson.
Pictured on next page
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lst row: Elsie Richter, Lou Ann Johnson, Veva North, Claudell Rich,
2nd row: Christle DeBow, Vernon Mitchell, Harvey Cox, Leslie Mohoric,
Wesley Curtis, Katherine Anderson.
3rd row: James Greger, Kemp Keen, Sidney Davis, Kenneth Thompson,
James Siegwarth. '
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The Junior Class presented the three act comedy "Hillbilly Court-
ship" on March 7, 1952.
The scene was in the hillbilly home of Ma Peppin. The story told
of a feud between Pa Stilsby and Ma Peppin. Pa Sti1sby's pigs ate
some of Ma Peppin's corn. Emmy Peppin and Luke Stilsby Were in love
during the play, which thickened the plot. With some hillbilly singers and
some Wild people from the matrimony bureau, the play turned out to be
a big success.
The characters included:
Pa Stilsby ,,,,..... ...... M arvin Duncan
Ma Peppin .,..,..,.., ...... A lice Orloske
Emmy Peppin ....... ........ R ita Hobbs
Luke Stilsby ........... ,.... M elvin Tennant
Seedie Triffet .....,.. ....... L ouise Duey
Lulu Triffet ........ ..... C arol Roberts
Louis Cattero ........ .,..... V ernon John
Sol Silvertain ............. ..........,.. L eon Craig
Reverend Boswell ..,,...... ............... D on Thomas
Bridgett O'F1aniggan ........ Charlene Thomp-son
Wash J eddo ..,,..,,...............,.............,,, B111 Mattis
State Crew and Prompters
Max Santee, Gene Givens, Fred Huber
Directing the play was Mr. Gibbs. '
Pictured on previous page
Left to right:
Marvin Duncan, Louis Duey, Fred Huber, Ticket Manager, Max Santee,
Stage Crew, Bill Mattis, Donald Thomas, Alice Orloske, Mr. Gibbs, Director,
Leon Craig, Charlene Thompson, Vernon John, Carol Roberts, Melvin Ten-
nant, Rita Hobbs.
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Adna High's band grew by leaps and bounds this year. At the end
of the school year a total of twenty-six students were either in the band
or learning to pla.y an instrument. New instruments were purchased by
both school and students and more are yet to be purchased.
The band played at just about every home athletic contest through-
out the school year. In addition to playing at these athletic contests, the
band appeared at the School and Grange Christmas programs, a P. T. A.
meeting, and the Parents' reception. Seven members of the band, Joyce
Waltar, Jackie Young, Alice Orloske, Jo Ann Balsley, Irene Bowers, Shir-
ley Thompson and Carol Roberts, attended the Centralia Junior College
Band Clinic in April. Claudell "Babs" Rich represented the school at the
Centralia J. CL Band Clinic and won first place in the senior division baton
Perhaps, the highlight of the year was the uniform drive. More than
anything else, new uniforms were what the members of the band wanted.
The drive was put into motion by a Student Body decision to sponsor a
carnival for the purpose of raising money to buy the new uniforms. Then
Mrs. E. A. Hobbs suggested that the band raffle off a cedar chest full of
linens and household items. A great many wonderful people and com-
munity organizations donated items to fill the cedar chest. Mrs. Hobbs
acted as chairman of the chest raffle, which made nearly 5500.00 profit
for the band. Both the Centralia Rollerdrome and the Crego Hill Grange
sponsored parties to raise funds for the new uniforms. With this type of
wonderful community support, the uniform drive was bound to end suc-
cessfully. The new uniforms were ordered on the 14th of April to be de-
livered before the 25th of May.
The band is looking forward to next year with marked enthusiasm.
More students will join the band and the group will play an even greater
part in Adna High School's activity and scholastic program.
Pictured on next page:
Left to right:
lst row: Gail Scherer, Joyce Waltar, Alice Orloske, Glen Thompson.
2nd row: JoAnn Balsley, Bernice Mohoric, Irene Bowers, Sharon Deeds,
3rd row: Marian Patch, Bob Saylor, Jackie Young, Carol Roberts, Shirley
4th row: Carol Hopper, Gene Givens, Norman Adolphson, Mabel Grimm,
Glee Club History
The Glee Club had twenty-three members at the close of the school
year. This was one of Adna's largest clubs in recent years.
The club appeared at P. T. A. meetings, Christmas programs, parent's
reception, a Gardeen Club meeting, Ba.ccalaureate and Commencement.
A number of new pieces were learned this year and all were Well re-
ceived by the Glee Club's audiences.
Clara Marth served as accompanist for the club throughout the year.
Barbara Haase acted as president.
Senior letters were awarded to Katherine Anderson, Elsie Richter
and Christle DeBoW. Regular letters went to Kathryn Carroll, Irene Bow-
ers, Connie Conrad, Winifred Duey, Mabel Grim, Carol Hopper, Doris
Nick, Carol Roberts, Gail Scherer, Susan Scherer, Marilyn Smith, Yvonne
Untervvegner, Joyce Waltar, Evalyn Ozar, Clara Marth, Dorothy Weigant,
Sharon Deeds, Barbara Haase, Jackie Young and Lena Skoff.
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Left to right:
lst row: Mabel Grim, Yvonne Unterwegner, Connie Conrad, Carol Hopper,
Elsie Richter, Irene Bowers, Susan Scherer, Joyce Waltar.
2nd row: Mr. Weber, Christle DeBoW, Jackie Young, Marilyn Smith,
Evalyn Ozar, Winifred Duey, Betty Kerkhoff, Clara Marth, accompanist,
3rd row: Katherine Anderson, Dorothy Weigant, Sharon Deeds, Kathryn
Carroll, Gail Scherer, Barbara Haase, Carol Roberts.
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Published by the Adna High School Journalism Class
Editor .......................,...........,,,,..,., Elsie Richter
Grade School News ..,......... Christle DeBow
Features .......................... Lou Ann Johnson
Sports ............ ............ H arvey Cox
Artist ................ ......... B arbara Haase
Mimeograph ........ ....... K atherine Anderson
Staff Members ................,,,, Charlene Thompson
Kathryn Carroll, Beverly Maddox, Claudell
Rich, Alice Orloske, Louise Duey, Veva
Advisor ..........,,.......,....................,....... Mr. Weber
Adna's "Blue and Gold" may not be the best newspaper in the World,
but it is all about Adna's students. No other paper can make that claim.
Many dead lines were barely met, but the "Blue and Gold" managed
to go to press every two weeks.
The first semester staff was largely made up of Senior boys and girls,
however at the beginning of the second semester, a number of Junior girls
joined the staff. Two Sophomore girls were on the staff the entire year.
Those Junior and Sophomore girls who worked on this year's "Blue and
Gold" have gained valuable experience for coming years.
The "Blue and Gold" has endeavored to keep you, the students and
friends of Adna Schools, as well posted on school affairs as possible.
Pictured next page:
Left to right:
lst row: Lou Ann Johnson, Veva North, Beverly Maddox.
2nd row: Rita Hobbs, Kathryn Carroll, Barbara Haase, Elsie Richter,
Christle DeBow, Kathern Anderson, Claudell Rich.
3rd row: Mr. Weber.
Left to right:
lst row: Elsie Richter, Charlene Thompson, Claudell Rich.
2nd row: Alice Orloske, Rita Hobbs, Christle DeBow, Katherine Ander-
son, Beverly Maddox.
3rd row: Louise Duey, Kathryn Carroll, Barbara Haase, Veva North, Lou
Ann Johnson, Mr.. Weber.
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NEWS News r
Blue and Gold Staff, lst Semester
Blue and Gold Stafr, 2nd Semester
A total of twenty-seven students accumulated 'BW or better averages for the
first eemester of the 1951-52 school year, and were named to the Honor Roll. This
is indeed a very good sign for the coming school year. Let us hope that these and
other students of Ldna Hiuh School continue to strive for hiah scholastic rnnnrdn.
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Johnson, Historiang Harvey Cox, Sports Editorg Christle DeBow,
This is the Adonian staff, small crew, but all hard workers.
We have tried to make this edition of the Adonian the type
of year book you will like.
Yes, we made some mistakes, but we hope you will overlook
them. We feel that this book represents school life at Adna High
School. We hope that through this year book you will come to
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Second row: Alice Orloske, Rita Hobbs, Mabel Grim, Yvonne Unterwegner, Veva
North, Christle DeBow
Third row: Elsie Richter, Beverly Madaox, Claudell Rich, majorette, Irene Bowers
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.The first meeting of the Girls' League was called to order by the
prlesldent on September 12, 1951, under the supervision of Mrs. Curtis, the
The officers for 1951-52 were elected a-s follows:
President .....,.......................,.....s.... Claudell Rich
Vice-President ....... .......,.,.. C hristle DeBow
' Secretary ............. ...,, C harlene Thompson
Representative ...,.., ............. A lice Orloske
Sgt. of Arms ..,.....................,............. Lena Skoff
Other Girls' League committess were as follows:
Social Chairman ,..,.........,.,..,...,,...,..,, Rita Hobbs
Decoration Chairman ................ Barbara Haase
Girls' Room Chairman ,...... ,........ V eva North
Refreshments Chairman ......,.,..... Jackie Young
Program Chairman ..,............... Beverly Maddox
Advertising Chairman .......,....,..... Gail Scherer
The Girls' League sponsored two Tolos during the year. The first
was held on November 2, 1951, and the second was a formal dance held on
April 25, 1952. A skating party was also sponsored by the Girls' League.
A group of twenty active high school girls turned out for athletics
this year, with Mrs. Curtis acting as advisor. All the girls made a letter by
the end of the school year. Baseball, basketball and volleyball were played.
Those receiving a letter were: Katherine Anderson, Irene Bowers,
Kathryn Carroll, Christle DeBow, Louise Duey, Rita Hobbs, Carol Hopper,
Lou Ann Johnson, Beverly Maddox, Veva. North, Alice Orloske, Claudell
Rich, Elsie Richter, Carol Roberts, Gail Scherer, Lena Skoff, Charlene
Thompson, Janice Tramm, Yvonne Unterwegner and Jackie Young.
Yell Queens .
Yvonne Unterwegner and Carol Hopper led Adna's cheering section
at both home and away from home games. Their enthusiasm and school
spirit was a big lift for the teams.
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Standing: Max Santee, David Siegwarth
Elvin Mitchell, Jim McKinley.
Left to right:
Sitting: Katherine Anderson, Lois Toporke, Doris Craig
Standing: Arlene Potter, Norman Adolphsen, Mr. Gibbs, Gene Givens
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Back row: Wesley Curtis,
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First row: Harvey Cox, Vernon Mitchell, Gene Givens, Ray Wink,
Wesley Curtis, Dan Olson,
Second row: Don Thomas, Bobby Fay, Gordon Young, Addison De-
Boer, John Enbom, Wendell D6Boer, Coach James Robinson.
Third row: James Siegwarth, Kemp Keen, Duane Olson, Ray Boohe-
Fourth row: Leslie Mohoric, Jim McKinley, Vernon John, Marvin
Duncan, Ronald Mullins.
"A" Club History
The "A" Club officers for 1951-52 were elected on September 14,
President ......................,.......,..,........ Harvey Cox
Vice President ........ .,.,....... V ernon John
Secretary .........,...... ...... J ames Siegwarth
Representative ............................ Wesley Curtis
The planned activities for the year were to attend a football game in
Seattle, hold a football banquet, and a basketball-baseball banquet.
Because the treasury funds were low, a pig raffle was held on October
5 to buy tickets to the University of Washington vs. the University of
Southern California game on October 6. About forty dollars was taken in
on the raffle.
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cessful. However, the season was a success in other ways. For example,
valuable experience was gained by the underclassmen who will be the
teams of the future.
The student body enjoyed every game, even though the pirates were
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With the experience gained this year, the Pirates certainly will be
a strong contender for league champions in 1952.
LEAGUE GAME SCORES
Adna ,,,,vi,,,,,,,,.,,.,,,,.. 25 Oakville ......
Adna ..... 7 Rochester --
Adna ......,,. 47 Rainier ....
Adna ..... 0 Napavine ....
Adna ......... 12 Toutle Lake
Adna ......... 13 Ryderwood
Adna 6 Rochester 0
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'Farsi Row: JT 5'l'af1forJ, L. Olson, E.. SWITHII B. Maifug D. Bankers
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The Adna High School cage team had at fair season, winning five
games. In league play, the Pirates won 2 and lost 8. In practice games,
the Pirates Won 3 and lost 6. The team gained a great deal of valuable
experience and will give a good accounting of themselves next year.
League Games Practice Games
48 50 56
Adna .,...... Boistfort ........ Adna ........ Oakville ......,... 29
Adna ,..,.... 21 Toutle Lake .... 65 Adna ........ 41 Tenino ........,,,. 26
Adna .,...... 38 Ryderwood .... 53 Adna ........ 43 Alumni ,......... -60
Adna ........ 43 Pe Ell .............. 46 Adna ........ 50 Rochester ...... 35
Adna .,...,.. 52 Napavine ........ 55 Adna. ........ 30 Lebam ............ 65
Adna ........ 59 Boistfort ........ 56 Adna ........ 42 Oakville .......... 44
Adna ........ 0 Toutle Lake ..., 35 Adna ........ 33 Tenino ..........., 51
Adna .,..,... 33 Ryderwood .... 63 Adna ........ 36 Rochester ..,.,. 66
Adna ,.,,.... 33 Pe Ell .............. 69 Adna ........ 34 Lebam ............ 41
Adna .....,.. 54 Napavine ,.,..... 51
League Practice Total
Harvey Cox ,,,,., ......... 1 12 86 198
Vernon John ........ ..... 8 7 101 188
Wesley Curtis ,..,... ,..... 7 9 77 156
Duane Ol-son ,....... ..... 2 3 37 60
Kemp Keen ....,. ..... 2 7 31 58
Dan Olson ........ ..... 3 8 6 44
Gordon Young ...... ....,. 8 6 14
Wendell Deboer ,...... ..l.l 6 7 13
Bobby Fay ............... ..... 2 5 7
Marvin Duncan ..... ...... 2 3 5
Ray Wink .........,....... .,.... 0 2 2
Donald Thomas ....... ..... 0 f 2 2
Addison Deboer ..,........... 1 0 1
The second team had a very good season this year, losing only one
game and winning seventeen. They beat Oakville, Tenino, Rochester, Le-
bam, Toutle Lake, Boistfort, Pe Ell twice each, and Napavine, Ryderwood
and the Alumni once. This team was under the excellent coaching of
Bobby Fay ...c,..,,..,,. ....... 1 40
Addison Deboer ,,,,.. ....... 1 06
Wendell Deboer ...... ....... 9 4
Ronald Mullins ........ ..,.... 8 9
Marvin Duncan ,..... ....... 8 1
Dan Olson .......... ....... 4 7
Gordon Young ........ ....... 3 2
John Enbom ...... ...... 2 1
Lee Olson .....,....... ..... 1 3
Ray Wink ,,.,.,,..,....... ..... 1 2
Tiny Smith .................. ..... 8
David Siegwarth ,....... ...... 7
Donald Thomas ....... ...,. 6
Bill Mattis ........
The baseball team of 1951 played excellent ball throughout the entire
season, being an undefeated team. The Pirates were champions of both
the league and of Lewis county.
During the year the entire team made a total of 1201 hits and 123
runs. The opposing teams scored a total of thirty-four runs.
The Student Body congratulates the 1951 team for their outstanding
The scores of the games were as follows:
Adna ........................ 7 Rochester
Adna - -------- 6 State .......
Adna ..... .. .,,..... 10 Chehalis -
Adna ...... ........ 1 1 Boistfort .
Adna ..... 9 Napavine .
Adna ,,... ......... 7 Pe Ell .......
Adna. ..... ......... 1 0 Rochester
Adna ...... ........ 1 4 State ,.,.. ..
Adna ...... ........ 1 2 Boistfort ,
Adna ...... 4 Chehalis -
Adna ..... 5 Pe Ell .......
Adna ...... i.... 9 Tenino ,,,,,
Adna ...... ......... 1 1 State ,..,,.,,,,,,,, ,,,,,.. 3
Adna ..... ..... 5 Mossyrock ,,,,,, ,,,.,,, 1
As the annual goes to the press, the Adna Pirates have played six
games, winning four and lo-sing two. The two loses, both practice games,
were to Rochester. The wins were with Napavine twice, State once and
Boistfort once. The team is looking forward to a good season and the
championship again this year.
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R. link, B. Johnson
2nd row: H. Cox, H. Storm, J. Sato, L. Mohorio, D
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5rd row: C. Hopper, H. Anderson,V. John, B. Amstutz
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Schwartz Men's Wear
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Garrison's Rexall Drugs
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Sonnemann's City Cleaners
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The ADoN1AN Staff of 1952 wishes to thank
all those who have helped make this edition
of the annual possible. Those who have
helped most are Mr. Weber, Mr, Bolton,
Miss Peterson, and the Evernden Studio.
Without their help, this edition of the an-
nual would have been impossible.
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