The Class of 1954
' Presents the .
Adna High School
Barbara Haase and Janice Tramm
We, the graduating class of 1954, dedicate this edition of the Adonian
to the following parents and guardians who have guided us and provided
for our needs during the last twelve years.
and Mrs Anton C. Adolphsen
and Mrs. Earl L. Boche
and Mrs. Alexander F. Carroll
and Mrs. Lester L. Cody
and Mrs Nelson Fay
and Mrs Dewey Gowen
and Mrs Arthur M. Haase
and Mrs John Hein
and Mrs. Sousten Johnston
and Mrs Jack Kerrigan
and Mrs Walter E. Marth
and Mrs Shirley R. Mitchell
and Mrs. William Belcher
and Mrs Tay J. Ozar
and Mrs Norman E. Rayton
and Mrs. Ferd P. Siegwarth
and Mrs. Jacob Skoff
Lewis E. Thomas
Ray C. Wink
Elwin A. Wisner
Ralph W. Young
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To the Senior Class of 1954:
to look back into the past, it is my hope that
you will find that the four years you spent
in high school at Adna are among the mo
cherished years of your lifeg that the friend-
ships made are among those most la-stingyg..
that the ideals created are soundg and thatV
the information gathered makes you a bet-
In the years to come, when you take time 53:
ter and happier citizen.
WALTER W. ROUNDTREIE
Seniors of 1954 :
You have at last come to the end of a
long trail on which you have worked hard
to achieve this goal you have now reached.
To you I want to say, your class has been
exceptional in hard Work and cooperation. I
congratulate you on your successes and hope
that you will continue to be the fine citizens
in the future that you have been in the past.
We will all miss you very much.
EDWIN L. BOLTON
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THOMAS MORRIS: Eng. I, Il, III, Library, Dramatics.
INEZ SCHERER: Home Econ. I, II, III, Girls' P. E., Girls' Athletics.
JAMES ROBINSON: World Hist., U. S. Hist., State Hist., Eng. IV,
Boys' Athletics, Boys' P- E., Dramatics. EARL WEBER: Typing,
Shorthand, Gen. Business, Band, Glee Club, Journalism, Annual.
RALPH NELSEN: Chemistry, Algebra, Geometry, Biology, Advanced
Mathematics. WALTER ROUNDTREE: H. S. Principal, Ind. Edu-
cation I, II, III, IV, Mechanical Drawing, Health.
WALTER MARTH V. E. WALTAR
Grade School Staff
Left to right: Gladys Krebs, Third grade, Richard Ferguson, Eighth
grade, Kathryn Nielsen, Seventh grade, Agnes Thomas, Second grade, l
Rachel Alleman, First grade, Cora Siegwarth, Fifth grade, Flossie Vil- , ,, .,.,
wock, Fourth grade, George Burton, Sixth grade and Grade school prin- cipal. "
J ANITORS gm
Roy Richter Uarl naase
First row, l to r: E. Weber, J. Robin-
son, R. Ferguson. Second row, lto r:
T. Morris, W. Roundtree, R. Nelsen.
Mess Hall Booth s for
Chow time COOKS K, P. Duty
Estelle Bolton Gladys Haase Lydia Ickes
The Adna High School
Nineteen Hundred and Fifty Four
Kathryn Carroll, with an accumulative grade
average of 3.84, led all senior students in academic
honors. Throughout four years of high school, she
has consistently striven for perfection, proving her-
seli a worthy symbol for undergraduate-s to follow.
In addition to her academic honors, Kathryn
has been very active in extra-curricular activities.
During her four years at Adna she participated in
dramatics, girls' athletics, girls' glee club, drill team
and girls' league. She served as editor ofthe "Blue
and Gold" and was a member of the annual staff.
She lead the drill team three years, served as band
drum majorette one year, and held both student body
and class offices.
Janice Tramm, salutatorian of her class, com-
piled a four year grade point average of 3.63. Always
near or at the top of the honor roll, Janice proved
herself scholastically superior.
Janice, too, was very active in extra-curricular
activities. Her activity plaque listed girls' athletics,
drill team, glee club, dramatics, journalism, girls'
league, and annual editor.
JAN ICE TRAMM
Letter Winner 1-2-3-4
Adonian Editor 4
Drill Team 1-3-4
Class Officer 4
Glee Club 3
G. L. Officer 4
Council Rep. 2
Class President 1
Class Officer 1-4
Annual Staff 4
J. V. Basketball 1
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Class President 4
Council Rep. 4
J. V. Basketball 1
"A" Club Sec. 4
Letter Winner 1-2-3-4
Band 1Drum Major! 3
Editor "Blue 8a Gold" 4
S. B. Secretary 2
S. B. Treasurer 4
Drill Team Leader 2-3-4
Council Rep. 2-3-4
Class Officer 3-4
Glee Club 2-3
Annual Staff 4 f
Vice-Pres. "A" Club 4
Council Rep. 4
Class Officer 3
J. V. Basketball 1-2-3
BAR BARA HAASE
Letter Winner 3-4
Adonian Editor 4
S. B. Secretary 4
Girls' League Pres. 4
Drill Team 1-2-3-4
Glee Club 1-2-3
Council Rep. 4
Pep Band 4
Band Officer 4
G. L. Sec. 3
Trans. from Oregon 3
Council Rep. 4
"A" Club Pres. 4
Football Captain 4
J. V. Basketball 1-2
Class Officer 1
Trans. from Chehalis 3
Letter Winner 2
Glee Club 3
. CLARA MARTH
Drill Team 1-2-3-4
Class Officer 2
Play Production Crew 3
Glee Club 1-2-3-4
Office Secretary 4
Glee Club Accom-
Trans. from Chehalis 3
Play Production Crew 3
Trans. from South Bend 2
Class Officer 2
Glee Club 1-2
Council Rep. 1-2
Class President 2
Class Officer 1-3
Adonian Business Mgr.
J. V. Basketball 1-2
S. B. Vice-Pres. 4
J. V. Basketball 3
Council Rep. 4
S. B. Pres. 4
Class President 3
Dramatics 3-4 -
Class Officer 1-2
J. V. Basketball 1
Drill Team 3-4
Class Officer 3
Play Production Crew 3
Glee Club 1-2-3-4
Annual Staff 4
G. L. Officer 4
Letter Winner 1-2-3-4
Drill Team 3-4
Glee Club 1-2-3-4
Annual Staff 4
G. Athletics Pres. 4
G. L. Officer 2
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Photo Club 4
Movie Operator 2-3-4
J. V. Basketball 2
Letter Winner 1-4
Glee Club 1-2-3-4
Pep Club 1
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Chapter One fFreshmenj
The 1950-51 school yea.r found thirty students enrolled as green Fresh-
men the class of "54". At the first class meeting, class officers were
elected with Gordon Young as president.
Our class officially became a part of Adna High School after the
initiation which was ably handled by the sophomores on September 29. A
few aches and pains followed, but we a.ll agree it was one of the most enjoy-
able events of our high school career. Just to prove there were no ill feel-
ings held over from initiation, we gave the Sophs a return party on April
5. The entire class worked hard decorating the gym, preparing food, and
cleaning up to make this dance a success. And a success it was too, with
the combined cooperation of the class and adviser, Mr. Weber.
A class picnic was held at Deep Lake the last day of school.
Chapter Two fSophomoresJ
The class of 1954 was happy to return to school September 4, 1951,
as Sophomores. The first item of business that year was to elect class
officers and Virgil Rayton was chosen class president.
On September 21, we initiated the freshmen in grand style. However,
they thoroughly enjoyed the ordeal, refreshments and dance, as Well as the
devilment we dealt them.
During the year, several parties were held at va.rious homes. Some of
these get-togethers were Halloween, Christmas, surprise birthday and
Mr. Weber again served as our class adviser and attended the class
picnic at Puget Sound which was held on the last day of school.
Chapter Three Uuniorsj
Upperclassmen at last! Yes, we are now next to the top with a full
calendar of events for our eleventh year. Our first activity of the year was
the sponsorship of the Junior Prom. It was held on October 17, with
decorations and refreshments following the theme "Harvest Ball" .
Class officers were elected a-s usual at the first of the year and Bob
Fay was voted in as president while Mr. Morris served as our adviser.
Our long-awaited class rings arrived on November 10, and We felt very
important as we showed them around.
We really exploited our talent in the presentation of the annual
Junior Pla.y, March 6, 1953, entitled "Beanes for Breakfast". This hilarious
comedy set the audience rolling in the aisles. There were rumors that this
production was the best seen at Adna in many years. Mr. Morris proved
himseH a very capable director.
The annual class picnic was held at Offut Lake with a good time had
5 Chapter Four CSeniorsD
August 31, 1953, found the class of "54" headed down the home
stretch, mighty Seniors of AHS. '
The activities of Seniors are many and important, as we soon found
out. The Senior boys led the sports activities of AHS, many being indis-
pensible members of the athletic teams.
Wendell DeBoer was elected president of our class at the first class
meeting and Bob Fay served capably as Student Body President.
November 13, was the date of the Senior Play production "You're Only
Young Once", which was acclaimed tops in entertainment by many fans.
On April 30, accompanied by Mr. Robinson, we journeyed to Seattle
for the annual Senior Trip. This trip proved to be very educational and
enjoyable for the entire class. On May 14, we sponsored the Alumni
Dance, which proved to be another attribute to the class of "54".
The final events for our class were Baccalaureate, held May 23, and
Commencement, on May 27. After this date, the Class of "54" became past
history at Adna high school. A
We, the class of 1954, of the city of Adna, county of Lewis, and state
of Washington, being of sound mind-s and memories, do herby make, pub-
lish, and declare this to be our last will and testament, hereby revoking
any will or wills heretofore made by us.
First. We direct that our picture be hung in the hall and be given due
respect by all future students of A.H.S.
Second. We give, devise, and bequeath unto each of the faculty the
Mr. Bolton, a year with no laryngitis.
Mr. Roundtree, a shortcut from Boistfort to Adna.
Mrs. Scherer, a class that makes no failures.
Mr. Robinson, two 7'3" giants for basketball.
Mr. Weber, an automatic system of filing for his desk.
Mr. Morris, a bus whose gears can't be stripped.
Mr. Nelsen, an air conditioner for the chemistry room.
Third. We give, devise, and bequeath the following to the custodians
and cooks of A. H. S.:
Carl Haase, a remote controlled broom.
Roy Richter, a robot to shovel coal.
Gladys Haase, Lydia Ickes, and Estelle Bolton, a class who likes their
cooking as well as we did.
f AFIoIurth. We give, devise, and bequeath the following to the students
o . . S.:
I, Addison DeBoer, will my climbing ability to Jim Stafford and
I, Beverly Kerrigan, will my extra curricular activities to Tiny Smith.
I, Norman Adolphsen, will Mr. Morris a private secretary to do all his
I, Virgil Rayton, will my ability to get ahead of Gail in the lunch room
to the entire freshman class.
I, John Norman, will my 1940 Chevrolet to anyone who can fix it.
I, Rodney Cody, will my math class and my trouble with cars to Joe
I, LeeRoy Wisner, will my fortune to anyone who can find it.
I, Gordon Young, will the rest of my life to Lois Orloske.
I, Anna Hein, will my flirting ability with soldiers to Patty Walch.
I, Lena Skoff, will my job as Girls Athletic President to anyone who
wants an easy job.
I, Tanny Thomas, will my ability to make typing errors to Mabel Grim.
I, Ray Boche, will my sense of humor to Lois Torporke.
I, Ray Wink, will my car to Janice Ozar.
I, Kathryn Carroll, will my hectic job of "Blue and Gold" Editor to
some unsuspecting Junior.
I, Janice Tramm, will my small feet to anyone who can find shoes to
I, Bobby Fay, will my slowness at taking a shower to Lee Thomas.
I, Calvin Coie, will my line of baloney to the guy with the strongest
I, Elvin Mitchell, will my ability to miss school to Tiny Smith.
I, Bob Johnson, will my ability to sleep in class to anyone.
I, David Siegwarth, will my height to Jim Bureleson.
I, Dan Olson, will my singing ability to Rocky Enbom.
I, Wendell DeBoer, will my bashfulness around girls to Donny Haase,
I, Clara Marth, will my ability to talk fast to Bobby Smith.
I, Marilyn Schmidt, will my ability to keep from going steady to
I, Barbara Haase, will my knowledge and love of shorthand to Susan
ADOLPHSEN, NORMAN: Band leader. World-renowned band leader and
drum major. He recently signed a ten year contract to lead' the equally
famous E. C. Weber Marching Orchestra. During the winter months
Mr. Adolphsen is a star performer with a troupe of traveling acrobats.
BOCHE, RAY: Television specialist. Television and radio maintenance
specialist for Admiral Company of New York City, also designer of the
new Bochevision with the sensational 5-D dimension. Also a famous
T.V. comedian, Boche has a two-hour program daily, competing closely
with Arthur Godfrey for popularity. Boche's theme song is "Istanbul".
CARROLL, KATHRYN: Baseball club owner. Upon conducting thorough
examinations of green cheese cultures from the moon, she has found
that "Moon Chee-se" contains high nutritive value. Miss Carroll feeds
her championship baseball team a, strict diet of this cheese, and as a
result, her team has a record of no defeats.
CODY, RODNEY: Doctor of Science. Has just completed a nation wide sur-
vey on the domestic habits of the American House Mouse, Dr. Cody
has also obtained valuable information as to the whereabouts of the
near extinct "Shmoo" once famous in the comic strip "Lil Abner".
COIE, CALVIN2 Secretary of Agriculture. Successful because of previous
he has been in office.
DeBOER, ADDISON: Industrial designer. Noted authority on Lane
Cedar Chests. He is world renowned for his modern and highly dif-
ferent designs. Also was former star on the Michigan State Football
DeBO'ER, WENDELL: Actor. Hollywood film star of the romantic type.
Academy award winner in 1963 for role in t'Lover, Come Back To Me".
Conducts rodeo tours as a hobby.
FAY, BOBBY: Guide. Famous hunting and fishing guide in Equatorial
Africa.. In his spare time he captures wild animals for Clyde Beatty.
HAASE, BARBARA: Famous journalist. Is at present residing in
Switzerland while writing a history of her ancestry. She has a part
time job making holes in the Swiss Cheese.
HEIN, ANNA: Concert pianist. She has a lead on the whereabouts of
'The Lost Chord". She thinks it contacted pneumonia. at the 1953
Daffodil Festival in Puyallup and is still recovering on the French
Riviera. She is now searching that area.
JOHNSON, BOB: Governor. Newly elected governor of Lower Slobovia.
His favorite hobby is raising Siberian Pot-licker Hound Puppies. They
make ideal gifts for lazy housewives.
KERRIGAN, BEVERLY: Automobile racer. World famed automobile
racer Ctwo tone blue FordJ who has recently made news headlines for
capturing the first known flying saucer. She reports that men from
Mars are very disappointing.
MARTH, CLARA: Court reporter. Famous shorthand genius in the
United States Supreme Court. Avera.ges 200 words a minute in short-
hand and sometimes can take down 250 words if they are hard words.
In her spare time she gives piano concerts at Carnegie Hall.
MITCHELL, ELVIN: Adna High School Superintendent. He introduced
the 2-4-6 education plan. School two days a week-four months a
year-with only six years required to graduate.
NORMAN, JOHN: Doctor of Philosophy at Northwestern University.
Devised the present plan for world unity and lasting peace. He was
awarded the Nobel Peace Prize for 1964. Q
OLSON, DAN: Phychologist. Foremost authority on the mental dis-
orders of the guppy. He reports that guppies have very intelligent
brains on the average, which he may someday try to transfer to
OZAR, EVALYN: Bookie. Owner of an establishment which handles
wagers on horses at Santa Anita. She is currently being investigated
by the Senate Crime Committee.
RAYTON : VIRGIL: Journalist. Writes for the famous New York Times.
He covers all the fashion shows around New York and attends all the
high society functions. Leads a well rounded and successful life. His
hobby is the task of returning pencils to Mr. Weber, Adna High
School Commercial Teacher.
SCHMIDT, MARILYN: Night club singer. World renown entertainer
with main headquarters at Paris, France. On the side, Miss Schmidt
owns and operates the "Super Stay-fast Never Fade" Hair Dye Com-
pany in Albany, New York, and is doing very well for herself.
SIEGWARTH, DAVID: Famed scientist. Known for his invention of the
jet plane that will run a life-time without refueling. It also is crash
resistant and this is a great boon to women flyers.
SKOFF, LENA, Snake charmer. The foremost official snake charmer
of Mandalay, Burma. Travels world-wide with husband, wealthy
cattle rancher in Argentina.
THOMAS, TANNY: Archaeologist. Famous for his vast exploration of
the Amazon River Valley and Tanganyika. Has considered joining
the French Foreign Legion.
TRAMM, JANICE: Hula dancer. A very accomplished hula dancer in the
best known pavilions at Waikiki. In her spare time Janice takes care of
her six adorable children, two sets of triplets, while her husband at-
tends to his many coffee plantations in Brazil.
WINK, RAY: Construction engineer. Drew up the plans for the bridging
of the Atlantic Ocean. Al-so designed the St. Lawrence Seaway. In
his spare time he replaces Yogi Berra on the Yankee team.
WISNER, LeeROY: Fur trapper. - Traps in the lower regions of Deep
Creek. Millionaire who can be compared with John Jacob Astor.
Working on plans for the ecoomic development of this region.
YOUNG, GORDON: World famous farmer. Invented a breed of cattle that
when butchered can feed 2,000 people and only have to be milked every
three days. They give 100 gallons of milk each three days.
Our high school days are over
Dear old Adna Senior High,
But we never will forget you
From now until We die.
We were Freshmen when we came here,
As green as greenest grass,
We leave you now as Seniors,
And admit we are some class.
We owe to you, Old Adna High,
Our stores of knowledge great
And novv vve're going to leave you
And follow out our fate.
We take with us fond memories
Of things that we have done,
Of when we Worked, of when We played,
Of victories we have Won.
The world is big and We are not,
But we will find our placeg
You've taught us how to get ahead
Ilrlife' ' ce.
The friendships made Within your walls
Are strong as iron bandsg
And things look bright and hearts are light
When friends have shaken hands.
We love you, Adna Hi, for the fun
We've had while we were here,
And Were it not that we were done,
We'd come again next year.
But now at last the time has come,
We leave you With a sigh,
They're gone, those carefree days of youth,
Old Adna High, Good-by.
Motto: The elevator to success i-s out of
order, take the stairs.
Color: Blue and White
Flower: Red Rose
LEE ROY WISNER
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Mohoric, L. Orloske, S. Thompson. Second row: Mr. Weber, adviser, B. Chandler, C. Tanks-
ley, S. Leland, N. Hein, P. Walch, M. Wisner, W. Cody. Third row: E. Anderson, M. Skoff, J.
Froman, J. Burleson, B. Smith, B. Saylor, B. Johnson.
Left to right: Mr. Weber, Advisor, Helen Thayer,
Representative, Matt Skoff, V. President, Lois
Orloske, Secretary, Erroll Anderson, Sgt.-at-Arms.
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First row, left to right: E. Vetter, M. Patch, J. Balsley, J. Ozar, M. Simonds, M. Setzer, S.
Kerrigan, I. Norman, A. Geizler. Second row: Mr. Nelson, adviser, B. Norman, L. Adolphson,
M. Tanksley, E. Geizler, M. Courtney, E. Toporke, B. Thayer, D. Fertig, W. Geizler. Third
row: D. Haase, A. Waltar, C. Dykes, L. Thomas, K. Wilson, R. Dykes, J. Morgan, J. Grigsby.
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Gelzler, Secretary, Lee Thomas, Sgt.-at-Arms.
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Calendar of Events
--School Began-took us a while to get used to wearing shoes
12-Football Jamboree-we won and the band looked good.
18-Freshman Initiation-oh, Murder! .
25-Beat Lebam 39-18 there. Teacher's Reception that night.
October 10-Wi-shkah there 18-21-Guess who lost?
October 13-Ugh! Report cards. '
October 15-Scalped Rainier here 55-8. Band made first appearance at the
October 16-Junior Prom big success. Delegates to Student Leaders Con-
ference at U. of W. -
23-Played Napavine there-A real brawl. 34-29 our favor.
-Tolo. Lots of fun. Toutle Lake here Cwe lost and it was a close
onej and the Seniors began selling annual ads. COHHH! My
-P. L. C. Student Congress.
11-Beat Boistfort here on Armistice Day.
13-Senior Play-Howling success!
24-Those terrible report cards again.
26, 27-Thanksgiving Holiday-Turkey--Turkey-Ugh!
5-Jamboree at Chehalis-tied Pe Ell 14-14.
11-Lebam here-Sock dance afterwards.
15-Rainier traveled to Adna to get trounced.
23-Out at 1:20 for a nice restful vacation.
29-Rainier there-we won 39-35.
30-To Tenino to win close one--40-38.
January 8-Boistfort here-Too bad for us--another Sock Dance.
January 15-Pe Ell there-Same old story. Semester ended.
January 22-Toutle Lake here-rough!
2-Tenino here-we won. Assembly at. Nap-avine.
6-At Napavine to win 33-36-Goody! Goody!
9-Upset! Beat Pe E11 by big score. Hurrah!
12-Lost to Toutle Lake again.
19-Napavine here-we won. Press Conference at the U. of W.
-Junior Play-Really a "Madhouse". First baseball game at
Rochester-Started the season with a win.
22-Rochester here-won again.
26-Band Concert-"Cat" day at A. H. S. big success.
27-Band Festival at Longview-tune up those Woodwinds.
29-Rainier here--Eastman, you should know that you can's beat
the A. H. S. boys.
March 31-Senior Day-Experts at brainwashing.
April 7-Beat State School 2-1.
April 10-Daffodil Festival-OHHHHH! Our aching bones!
April 15-Boistfort here. '
April 16-End of six week-s-only six more weeks to go.
April 23-Tolo-Wonderful time ha.d by all. Beautiful formals.
April 29-At Pe Ell-What a thriller. COh yes, we won.J
Senior Trip-so educational.
rents' Reception-made a good showing. Boistfort here-best
game of the year.
14-Alumni Dance--best dance ever.
23-Baccalaureate-thankful we made it.
27-Graduation-end of four wonderful years of fun and hard Work.
Left to right: B. Smith, R. WinltR2V. DeBoer,-E. Andmson, K. Carroll, B. Haase, H. Thayer, Mr.
Roundtree, principal, A. DeBoer, T. Smith, President Bob Fay, Y. Enterwegner, C. Conrad,
R. Boche, C. Dykes.
STUDE T GUVERNMENT
S. B. Officers
Left to right: Kathryn Carroll, Treasurer, Errol Anderson, Sgt. '
at Arms, Bob Fay, President, Ray Boche, Vice-Presidentg Bar- Bob Fay, President
bdra Haase, Secretary.
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Left to right: C. Coie, R. Saylor, C. Dykes, D. Siegwarth, A
Walter, R. Dykes, D. Haase.
Standing l to r: L. Toporke, N. Adolphson, S. Leland, Mr. Morris,
Librarian. Seated l to r: M. Tanksley, S. Johnson, C. Tanksley.
'I said no 2"
No more BangS
F1ISt row, l to r: J. Young, Y. Unterwegner, J. Waltar, G. Scherer, S. Scherer, W. Duey
Second row, l to r: E. Richter, I. Bowers, M. Grimm, C. Hopper, C. Conrad, Mr. Morris, Ad
v1s . ird row, l to r: L. Olson, C. Dykes, R. Elnbom, J. Stafford, T. Smith.
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KATHRYN CARROLL bara Haase, Art Editorg Kathryn Carroll, Editor in Chiefg
EDITOR Janice Tramm, Grade Editor. Standing l to r: Clara Marth,
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After a good deal of work and fun, this
edition of the Adonian finally went to press.
Throughout the planning and Work on this
annual, our one guiding thought has been
to build an annual that you would enjoy.
In this we hope We have not failed.
The photography was ably done by Mr.
Frank Everndon of Centralia. The printing,
engraving, and binding were handled by the
Chehalis Advocate Printing Company.
The staff wishes to thank those individuals
who contributed pictures or in any Wa.y
helped in the production of this annual. We
wish to give special thanks to Mr. Ted Bar-
tholamew for the excellent aerial photo of
Co-Editors .... Barbara Haase, Janice Tramm
Sports Editor .............,.............. Gordon Young
Business Manager .................... Virgil Rayton
Staff ........................ Evalyn Ozar, Dan Olson,
Kathryn Carroll, Lena Skoff, Ray Wink
Adviser ............................................ Mr. Weber
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'I Adna Hugh at Work I
I All is not play within the walls of Adna High School. A wide 'I
Q variety of traditional academic courses and vocational subjects are 1'
1' offered to students of Adna High School. i 'Q
I A total of thirty-two credits are required for graduation, eighteen 1'
l of which must be academic credits. Academic credits include: Eng- I
I' lish, science, mathematics, social studies, and foreign languages. Non- 1'
'I Academic credits are: commercial, shop, home economics, health and I
I' P. E., music, library. Among the required subjects are: Four years of 1'
'I English, two year-s of social studies, one year of science, one year of I
I' mathematics, two years of health and physical education, two years of J
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'I home economics for all girls, and two years of shop for all boys. 1+
I: The English department, under the supervision of Mr. Thomas 1:
:I glolrris, offers English I, II and III. English IV is taught by Mr. James 1'
I o inson. 0
'I History and social studies are taught by Mr. James Robinson. 'I
I' The courses include state history, United States history, world his- I'
'I tory and civics. Current events are integrated into the various his- 'I
I' tory courses in a manner which points up the importance of every I'
:I day changes in the world. I 'I
,' The Home Economics Department, very complete in every detail, I
1: is under the guidance of Mrs. Inez Scherer-Home Economics I, II
1' and III are offered to all girls. These courses include advance sew-
1: ing, cooking, diet management, problems of homemaking, child care, ,
1' and other subjects of this nature. I'
If Industrial Education, more commonly known as shop, offers wood- 'I
1' Work I, II, III and IV. Mechanical drawing is also included in this I'
1: department. The shop is equipped with the latest and best wood- 'I
'I working tools available. Adna High School has long been widely 1'
known for the excellence of its woodworking classes. The depart- rf
ment is under the supervision of Mr. Walter Roundtree. I
Commercial subjects are taught by Mr. Earl Weber. This depart- 'Q
ment includes typing I, shorthand I, general business training and "
bookkeeping. Journalism is integrated with the commercial subjects
to give additional training.
A wide variety of science and mathemetics are offered at Adna I
High School. They include algebra I, geometry, advanced algebra, 'I
biology, chemistry and physics. These subjects are taught by Mr. I
Ralph Nelsen. The science labratory is complete in every detail giv- I
ing students an excellent opportunity for experimentation. I'
Physical education courses are instructed by Coach Robinson I
and Mrs. Scherer. Health is studied in conjunction with physical
Band can be taken for full credit. However, most students use I'
their band credits as activity credits. Band is offered to all students, 'I
grades seven through twelve. I'
Library credits are given to those who manage the grade school 'I
and high school libraries. Mr. Morris, a certified librarian, supervises I'
the two libraries. 1'
Damatics are combined with junior and senior English. Nearly 'I
all A.H.S. students get the opportunity to take part in at least one I
dramatic production. '
Adna High School students have an excellent opportunity to pre- I'
pare themselves for college entrance, or to make a living in the world.
The facilities and equipment are available, the rest is up to the I
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The 1953-54 football season was, without question, one of the most
successful for the Adna Pirates in recent years. The team compiled a
season record of six wins against only two losses. Both losses were by
very close scores.
Addison DeBoer, a four-year letterman and mainstay in the Pirate
line-up, captained thelAdna gridders. Some who very definitely contri-
buted to the team's power were Tiny Smith at quarterback, Ray Wink at
center, Dan Olson at right end, Errol Anderson at left end, Bob Johnson
at defensive halfback, and Rocky Enbom at right halfback.
The Pirates showed exceptional strength in their passing attack,
spearheaded by quarterback Smith and made deadly by the pass receiving
ability of the remainder of the team. -
Addison DeBoer, Tiny Smith and Errol Anderson were named to the
league all star team a-s a result of their splendid efforts during the season,
and Ray Wink received honorable mention.
The athletic program at Adna makes a special effort to include every
boy in some phase of sports, whether or not he is a star or a regular on the
team makes little difference. The boys have learned the important fact
that athletics is not an individuals game, but a challenge which de-
mands the co-operation of everyone in order that the team may emerge
,Q The following is a. list of boys who turned out for football this year.
Perhaps each of these boys did not make la. touchdown or a brilliant tackle,
but you may be sure they did their utmost for the team, and in no small
way added to the success of the season.
Ray Bochet Dan Olsont Harmon Chandler
Bob Fayt Ronald Mullins Jim Froman
Virgil Raytont Ronald Tanksley Bob Chandler
Tanny Thomast Lee Olson Lee Thomas
Bob J ohnsonf Roger Maddox Kennith Wilson
Wendell DeBoert Gene Richter Tiny Smith
Elvin Mitchellt Jim Stafford Errol Anderson
Addison DeBoer" Glen Thompson
Ray Winkt Rocky Enbom ' tSeniors
For the Adna Pirates, the 1954 b-asketball season was not spectacular,
however, it was certainly deserving of credit. At the beginning of the
year, the team seemed weak and perhaps even a little short on "fight",
however, as the season progressed, the boys improved tremendously. At
the end of their schedule, the Pirates defeated teams which had previously
given them severe beatings.
Although Adna. placed but third in the league, some special mention
should be made of the manner in which the team fought back and came
through when the chips were down. Coach Robinsons own words can
briefly summarize the comeback, "It was the most improved basketball
team I have ever coached."
The Junior Varsity had a good season, winning thirteen games and
losing seven. This team made up entirely of lower classmen, un-der the
part time direction of Ray Wink and Ray Boche, also showed great im-
provement and should contribute to a strong varsity next year.
Those turning out for basketball, other than varsity players, were:
JUNIORS: Harmon Chandler, Ronald Mullins, Lee Olson fnd Jim Staf-
ford. SOPHOMORES: Bob Chandler, Bud Johnson, Bob Saylor and Bob
Smith. FRESHMEN: Ronald Haase, Walter Geiszler, Lee Thomas, Alan
Waltar and Kenneth Wilson.
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Morgan, manager, B Johnson, C Dykes, B Saylor, A
Waltar, D. Haase, R Boche, asslstant coach.
The Adna High School Pirates are celebrating their 10th anniversary
as undisputed champions of the Western Lewis County Class "C" base-
So far this year they have played a total of thirteen games and have
lost only one. They have not been defeated in league play and their wins
include a close one over the Centralia Junior College Blazers.
The Pirates Won their league championship in 1945 and have held it
ever since. Three years 1950-51-52 they won the Lewis County champion-
ship and several other years they won the Northern Division Champion-
ship of Lewis County.
The Western Lewis County League alwa.ys strong, is made up of State
School, Pe Ell, Boistfort and Adna. Each ye-ar, one or more of the other
members of the league have been top contenders for the crown won by
Adna the past ten years.
Two of the county championships f1951-523 were under the coaching
of James Robinson, the present coach. The other 119501 was coached by
Robert Eastman, now Superintendent of Schools at Rainier.
Coach Robinson attributed the winning streak enjoyed by his Pirates
to exceptionally fine pitching and a great deal of "hustle" on the part of
the entire team. This year's team was paced by a first rate pitching staff
in the persons of Gordon Young and Bob Fay. Both Young and Fay are
graduating Seniors. Mr. Robinson further stated, "The boys here at Adna
have an appreciation for baseball that is very unusual. Coaching them is a
pleasure when you meet their tremendous enthusiasm."
Ray Wink, co-captain of the the Pirate club, handled all the catch-
ing for his team and proved himself to be a genuine competitor at all times.
Gordon Young, also co-captain, shared the pitching duties with Bob Fay.
Neither Young nor Fay lost a game up to the time the Adonian went to
press. First base was very cap-ably guarded by Wendell DeBoer, a senior
letterman and clean-up hitter. Dan Olson covered second base and also
swung a heavy bat. Tiny Smith was a regular at the shortstop position
and leadoff hitter for the Pirates. Lee Olson played third base and saved
a good many base hits through his fielding efforts. Collectively, Adna's
infield was one of the best in the league, always -showing plenty of "hustle"
and co-ordination. Addison DeBoer, Jim Stafford and Glen Thompson
patrolled left, center, and right fields respectively, contributing equally to
the success of the team.
First row, l to r: D. Fertig, manager, H. Chandler, R. Boche, T. Smith, L.
Olson, J. Morgan, manager. Second row, 1 to r: B. Fay, A. DeBoer, R.
Wink, D. Olson, W. DeBoer, Mr. Robinson, coach. Third row, 1 to r: J.
Stafford, B. Johnson, V. Rayton, R. Enbom, F. Young.
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1 The advertisers who have purchased space in this year-
1: book have provided approximately 80? of the entire annual 1:
1 budget-obviously, there would be no "Adonian" if these bus1- 1
1: ness houses did not advertise with us. 11
1 Your patronage of these fine Lewis County business
1: hou-ses will be appreciated by this, and future Adonian staffs. 1:
1 By advertising in our school annual, they have demonstrated :1
1 that they are interested in the welfa.re of our school and stu- 1:
: dents, thus, they surely deserve your patronage. :1
1 A fine gesture on your part would be a word of thanks
1: to these business people-just say that you saw their ad in the 11
1 "Adonian". That would let them know that their advertislng 1
1: dollars were well spent. :I
11 The Adonian staff, in addition to wishing these business 1
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1: houses continued success, would hke to thank the Chehahs 1:
1 Chamber of Commerce, and the Centralia Chamber of Com- :1
1 merce for their generous assistance in setting up our advertis- 1:
ing campaign. :
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Q We are proud to have been chosen by the
Q Class of '54 to again print the
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Wedding Stationery Chehalis, Wash.
Dairymen's Associa ion
Producers of Dry Milk
Feed and Implement Departments
Telephone 8-4438 Chehalis, Washington
to Adna High's
SHOP AT SEARS AND SAVE
Retail Store - 801 Market
Save Time - Save Money
at Sears Catalog Sales Dept.
Farm Store - 859 Pacific Ave.
Industrial and Residential
3l2 S. Iron Phone 6-4282
"He who serves agriculture
serves all mankind ."
Graham Implement Co.
lVIcKinnell Tractor Co.
Lewis-Pacific Dairymen's Assn.
Western Tractor Co.
St. I-lelens Tractor Co.
Buck and Sons
Murphy Campbell Co.
Coleman Equipment Co.
LEWIS COUNTY IMPLEMENT
BARTEL'S MEN'S STORE
881 Pacific Avenue
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WASHINGTON FUEL CO.
Seniors of Adna High
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1056 Prindle Street
"Music Brings Happiness"
Commerce at Broadway - Longview
Centralia, Wn. Richland, Wn.
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Help prevent foresl- fires.
On Washington Highways
The "By Ways" of Progress
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Pacific Highway Transport
Inland Motor Freight
901 Chehalis Avenue
Sundaes - Cones -- Shakes
South Market Street
Phone 8-8381 - CHEHALIS, WASHINGTON
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District No. I
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98l Pacific Ave.
Willrich Lumber Co.
Reliable Building lnformation
l52l Marlcet Phone 8-4722
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Frank Kanouse, Prop.
Groceries - Meats
1769 lVlarket St.
TWIN CITY THEATRES 5 WlLSON'S GRILL
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6 6223 lg?-234135 6 5189 Centralia, Washington
"instituted to Serve You" 328 North Tower 2
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CENTRAL T.V. 8: APPLIANCE
Your T.V. and Appliance Center
911 Chehalis Ave., Phone 8-8351
Ten Miles South of Chehalis
"Nothing fancy but the food."
Orville and Betty Bliss, Owners
HARRIET GOFF 'S CORSETS
Fundation Garments and Bras
207 S. Tower
TAUSCHER AUTO PARTS
Auto Glass - Auto Wrecking
Wrecked Cars Bought and Sold
501 West Main Street
RILEY MOTORS :E
DeSoto - Plymouth 1
Guaranteed Used Cars and Pickups 1:
301 West Main St. 1
CENTRALIA, WASH. 1
213 North Pearl, Centralia 1
GEORGE SEARS' DRUG CO.
Your Doctor's Prescription is Our
905 Market St.
gl Townsend Stationers
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11 NATUROPATHIC CLINIC 1
1: Spinal Adjustments, Lame Back, 1
1 Rheumatism, Arthritis, Rectal, 1
1 Colon Diseases 1
11 DR. E. A. MATZ 1
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1, Sanipractic and Naturopathic Physician 1
1 Congratulations Seniors
1 CHEHALIS sAw SHOP 1
1 asa Pacific Avenue, Phone 8-7802 1
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Complete Banking Service
Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation :1
HOME DAIRY gl
Call 8-7911 for Home Dairy
Complete Fountain Service
915 chenelie Avenue if
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COOK'S KORNER CAFE gi UPTON ENGINE REBUILD
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CENTRALIA ? Autos and FUC S
Fish and chips To Go 75C II 72W2 NO- T'-'We' Phone 5-487'
Phone 6-9029 11 CENTRALIA, WASHINGTON
KELLEY'S SPORT SHOP 1E PERRY BROS.
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Mercury Outboard Motors I Phone 8-8121 512 State Street
CHEHALIS, WASHINGTON CHEHALIS, WASHINGTON
A Thrifty Place to Trade h
Groceries, Fresh Fruits and Vegetables 11 Congratulations
Phone 8-7242 875 Market Street 1: to the Class gf 1-54"
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KENNETH E. CHASE CO. QI BIRLEY'S FLOWER SHOP
I Two Shops To Serve You
Insurance - Real Estate 1 F .
, or Any Occasion
905 Pacific Ave. Phone 8-3322 :I 3-3333 ... phone - 34353
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Motor Rewinding 1 322 M k t St.
CHEHALIS, WASHINGTON :I ar e
Telephone 8-4281 1504 Market street E CHEHAU5. WASHINGTON
BOONE S GARAGE ADOLPHSEN S GROCERY
C- C- BOONE, PYOP- 1721 Cascade Avenue
DeSoto and Plymouth CHEHALIS, WASHINGTON
Sales and Service Phone 8-7941
HITCHCOCK RADIO SERVICE 5 E CLARK'S RADIO SERVICE
Phone 8-3212 1120 aoisifm street
Come to Us With Your Radio Problems phgne 8-4124
CHEHALIS, WASHINGTON I ci-IEHAI.Is, WASHINGTON
NUCE'S DEPT. STORE, INC.
Latest in Ready to Wear
Dry Goods, Drapery, Bedding
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Hart Schaffner 8r Marx Clothes
"Better Quality for Less" 1:
886 Market Street '
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"Quality Home Furnishings For Less" 1,
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Nesb1tt's Orange I:
Hires Root Beer 1
Full Flavor Beverages 1
cHEHA1.1s, WASHINGTON 1
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"Your Building Supply Friends"
Lumber - Millwork
North City Limits Phone 8-3377
READY MIX CONCRETE CO.
Lewis County's Only Locally Owned
Independent Concrete Co.
"A Good Place to Come Clean"
SELF SERVICE LAUNDRY
Automatic and Conventional Washers
Large Tumbler Dryer
985 State St., Phone 8-3812
Senior Class of 1954
Route 4, Box 495
Chehalis and Centralia
"Service With A Smile"
Clean Rest Rooms
54 Years Service to
Washington State Residents
Fa rmers' Mutual
INSURANCE CO. OF
J. W. Hawkins-Warren E. Smith
865 Pacific Chehalis, Wash.
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COME TO ADNA FLORAL
For Your Sturdy Geraniums,
Vegetables and Floral Plants.
Furniture Repairing and Refinishing
CH EHALIS, WASHINGTON
They Profit Most Who
CENTRALIA - ci-IEHALIS
ARDEN FLAVOR FRESH
Where The Best Is Served
CENTRALIA - CHEHALIS
"Centralia Grocery Paradise"
II06 West Main
ROY and AL'S SERVICE
Auto Repair - Gas - Oil - Tires
Accessories and Used Cars
1203 Harrison Street
GENERAL MILLS FEED STORE
Larro Sureline Feeds
300 South Tower, Phone 6-6402
C. C. WHITE PAINT CENTER
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Route 4, Chehalis - Phone 8-7003
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MOTOR PARTS 81. MACHINE SHOP
1121 Main St.
When in Centralia, Shop at
208 North Tower
SECOND HAND STORE
411Vz North Tower
LEWIS PLUMBING 8: HEATING
Pipe - Fittings - Fixtures
1018 W. Main
HOPE'S DAIRY I
"We operate our own plant"
Skating Every Wed., Thurs., Fri., Sat.
8 p.m. - II p.m.
Sunday Afternoons --' 2 - 4:30 p.m.
Phone 6-3282 or 6-9034
Ray Williams, Owner
1600 South Gold St.
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"A Home Town Company With A
Home Town Guarantee"
ROOFING -- SIDING :
:: Weatherstripping -- Insulation
1: 944 West Street chehelis, Wash.
' ST. HELENS HOTEL
1 "For the best in comfort"
:1 910 Market Street
:1 Phone 8-4441 Chehalis, Wash.
1 W o o 1
lg Curtis Mercanhle Co. 11
1: Cold Storage Lockers 1:
1: - Owners -
1: "Ed" and "Tep" Panush
1: Groceries -- Feed - Seed 1:
1: cuR'ris, wAsHiNG'roN 1:
1 c. NORRIS HEADDING 1
1: Complete Myopractic Health Service 1:
:1 Special Foot Manipulation
,I Massotherapy and Allied Methods
1: c. Neh-is Headding .- Pearl Headding
11 neo Lewis st. chehaiis, a-8245
MlLLER'S PRINT SHOP
Commercial and Society Printing
2100 l3th St. Chehalis, Wash.
: Lewis 'County
" Lumber Company
"Quality Building Materials"
I "Buy Here for Less"
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11 Phone 6-7655 1'
: 916 "B" Street Centralia, Wash.
EDDY AUTO PARTS, INC. :Q
1019 Market Street :I
CHEHALIS, WASHINGTON 1:
Phone 8-3341 It
Compliments of 1,
UNITED BRETHREN 1:
ADNA, WASHINGTON I:
1: Congratulations To
1: The Class and Faculty
It of 445471
Chehalis Music Co.
1: Your Most Complete Music Store
:I ci-iEi-iAi.is, wAsHiNoToN
gl Phone a-7914 827 Market si.
11 PEMERL'S SHOE REPAIR
1' Hi-Line Handmade Calks
I: Santa Rosa Work Shoes
1071 Chehalis Avenue
CENTRALIA KNITTING MILLS :E
Skookum Sports Wear
Sweaters for all the Family 1
223 South Tower 1'
cEN'rRAi.iA, wAsi-iiNGToN 1:
'Chehalis City Laundry
Serving Your Territory 1:
We have appreciated 1'
your Business in the past
as we would like to in the future.
, ioss Main Phone a-4822
1: CHEHALIS, wAsi-iiNGToN
1 GARRISON'S REXALL STORE
S "Two stores to serve . . .
1: CHEHALIS - CENTRALIA
,I MARSHALL-WELLS STORE
1: Hardware, Paint, Appliances and
1 Sporting Goods
' Phone 8-4232
1 chiei-iAi.is, wAsHiNGToN
DAILY BREAD SHOP
Phone 8-7943 814 Market St.
T. F. Willms, Owner
THE BEN FRANKLIN
gl Nationally Known - Locally Owned
1 815 Market St.
1 CHEHALIS, WASHINGTON
1: Old Fashioned Hospitality
If Mary McCrank's
1 Shamrock Inn
1' Four Miles South of
Class of 1954
Q Phone 8-3801 1107 Market St.
Good Furniture at Low Prices
THE GESLER-McNIVEN CO.
305 North Tower, Phone G-6363
Phone 8-3823 Helmer Verplank
PLUMBING 8: HEATING
Contracting and Repair Work
"GOOD GOING SENIORS"
1313 Market St.
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SONNEMANN'S CITY CLEANERS
Congratulations Seniors of 1954
1055 Main St. Phone 8-7483
DOANE'S DRUG STORE
"For Dependable Work"
856 Market Street
YOUNG FASHIONS SHOP
930 Chehalis Ave.
"Buy Where You
SECURITY STATE BANK
900 Chehalis Avenue
CHEHALIS FULL GOSPEL
Rev. Douglas Mentze
"The family who prays together,
1255 Market Street
"Come to us with your car troubles"
F ORGET-ME-NOT ICE CREAM
"Use Our Convenient Ice Vendor"
867 State Street
MOUNTAIN ROAD INN
"We take special interest in
MARv's CORNER, wAsH.
Good Luck Seniors
881 Market Street
H. c. COFFMAN sz co.
Insurance of All Kinds
844 Market Street
Authorized Shell Dealer
501 South Tower Phone 6-9012
We Give S8tH Green Stamps
2015 Maret Street,
Phone 8-4132 Chehalis, Wash.
KAIJA FEED 8: SEED
Purina - Albers Feeds
Phone 8-4221 770 State Street
1118 South Gold
MR. GEORGE GARBE'S
F. G. FOSTER
Your Hotpoint Dealer
We Have Our Own Parking Lot
1015 Chehalis Ave., Chehalis, Washington
1010 South Gold
"A small store, with big values."
I BURNETT'S .IEWELERS
Rings, Silverware, Bracelets, Watches
847 Market Street
Phone 8-7861 Chehalis, Wash.
SCHWARTZ lVIEN'S STORE
833 Market Street
Phone 8-7291 Chehalis, Wash.
Violet Kaye, Owner
851 Pacific Avenue
Phone 8-4797 Chehalis, Wash.
LEWIS COUNTY STATE BANK
Main and Tower
"The Food ls Heavenly"
111B North Tower
Phone 6-4781 ,
9 VlOLA'S FINE Foous
NORTH FORK STORE
Groceries - Gas
Route 2, Chehalis Phone 8-4582
TWIN CITY SAND 8: GRAVEL
"May you seniors build your education as
2 strong as our building materials."
1 TERMINAL BARBER snor
1 NORTHWEST LUMBER
1 8: MILLWORK CO.
1 South City Limits
1 CHEHALIS, wAs1-i1NoToN
1 Phone 8-4429
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1 ROD'S CAFE 1
1 Elma and Rod Stewart, Owners 1
1 ii Miles South of chohaiis 1
11 Phone Chehalis a-4051 1
Palmer Lumber Co.
Building Supplies and 1
o o 1
Manufacturers of Fine Millwork 1
1 "The Sign of Quality" 4
1 Ph6ne 8-7162 925 Prindle st. 1:
1 ci-iEHAi.1s, WASHINGTON 11
1 Tires - Batteries - Gas 1
1 LuBRicATioN - Ai.1GN1viENTs 1
1 Corner of Market and East Main St. 1
1 Phone 8-4469 1
1 CHEHALIS, WASHINGTON 1
1: Compliments Of 1
Charles G. Osborne, Prop.
WEST COAST MILLS
Builders of Farwest Homes
Distributed in United States
555 State Stret, Phone 8-3351
Louis A. Vimont
Printing and Stationery
See Me For Wedding Stationery
896 Market Street, Phone 8-3201
Three Locations in Lewis County
Chehalis - Toledo
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R. H. Monfort D. W. Monfort
"Yours For Good Insurance"
nos Park street Phone 84742
1 336 Chehalis Ave.
Phone 8-7201 - Chehalis, Wash.
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2014 Market Street, Phone 8-7312
Fred D. Melton, Broker
Henry Huntting Doris E- G09
Ruth Melton Katie O. Huntting
Assoc. Brokers 58195 Ladies
J. J. Rudolf
YOUR MARX MAN
for delicious Marx bread
'Let our carhops wait on you"
Route 1, Phone 6-9030
314 South Tower
For Emergency Parts
Call B-7970 or 6-6909
For Emergency Service
Call 6-3756 or 6-6909
309 West Main
TWIN CITY MOTORS
805 West Main
KELLEY PACKING CO.
ADNA HIGH SCHOOL
Phone 8-8251 Pacific Highway
g HOME GAS COMPANY
886 Market Street ,
2 MULLEN'S CAMERA SHOP
FISSELL FUNERAL HOME
1003 Market Street
JOHN W. BOONE MORTUARY
1166 Prindle Street
FOX SWEET SHOP
"Treat the sweet sweety to sweets!"
113 So. Tower
g Phone 6-9078
1339 Chehalis Avenue
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