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ANNA GEISZLER AND MARY Lou SETZER
We have attempted, by the illustrations and
writings found in the following pages, to record Adna
in the school year 1956-57.
Our purpose is to retain the fond memories of
our many friends and teachers. As we gaze through
the pages of this yearbook in the coming years, may
they bring back to all of us the joy of those never-to-
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For his patient understanding, co-operation, leadership abilities, excellent
shop instruction, listening ability, for his sense of humor, and for his down-to-
earthness while serving for three years as our principal, and this past year as
shop teacher, we, the seniors of 1957, hereby dedicate this 1957 annual to Mr.
Walter Roundtree, one of the most admired and well-liked persons we have known
in our high school years.
Mr. Roundtree is a person who would always take a minute to listen to our
troubles, who would never turn away from us because we were younger. We hope
you liked having us, Mr. Romidtree, as much as we like you.
THE CLASS OF '57
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After four years of strenuous study and activity, Anna Geiszler achieved valedictorian
honors with an almost perfect 3. 97 grade point average. This is the highest average that
has been obtained at Adna for a number of years. Appropriately enough, Anna served as
president of the newly-formed Honor Society and led Adna's spelling team for two years.
Anna was co-editor of this year's annual as well as sports editor on the paper staff. Other
activities in which she has taken an active part include: Drill Team, Band, Glee Club, Drama
Girls' Athletics, and Girls' League. Anna is of the finest character, to which the Adna
teachers will vouch.
Alan Waltar obtained the academic honor of salutatorian with a very commendable
grade point average of 3. 91, as a result of his constant strive for perfection. Alan proved
his superiority in the scholastic field by representing Adna at Boys' State. Being active
in extra-curricular activities, Alan has participated in basketball, baseball, the "A" Club,
the annual staff, Band and Drama., Offices held by the salutatorian are: class president
and representative, "A" Club secretary, Band president and lieutenant. Alan, a member
of the Honor Society, was one of its founders.
Girls' Athletics .....
Drill Team ....
Annual Staff ........
Office Secretary ....
Student Council . . .
Honor Society .......
MARY LOU SETZER
Annual Co-Editor . . .
Glee Club .......
Library Staff ....
Stage Crew . . .
Class Officer .......
Stage Crew ..........
Yell King . . .
Girls' Athletics. . .
Stage Crew ....
Girls' Athletics .......
Blue gl Gold Co-Editor.
Student Body Secretary
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Girls' Club President .
Journalism.. . ..
Annual Staff . . .
Girls' Athletics .....
Drill Team ....
Glee Club ...........
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Annual Staff. ......... .
Student Body President.
Boys' Basketball . . .
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Student Council ......
Annual Staff ..........
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Student Body Treasurer
Drill Team . . .
Glee Club ...........
Class Representative . .
Office Secretary ......
Annual Staff ........
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J OE GRIGSBY
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Glee Club . . .
Journalism . . .
Annual Staff ....
Drill Team . . .
Boys' Basketball ......
Student Body Vice- President
Class President .......
Annual Staff ........
"A" Club Secretary ....
Student Council ......
EDITH GEISZ LER
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Drill Team ....
Glee Club ....
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The graduating class of '57 entered A. H. S. in '53 with 27 members. Our first high
school class officers were elected proudly. With Mr. Nelson as our class advisor we
chose Claire Dykes, President, Ross Dykes, Vice-President, Anna Geiszler, Secretary,
Barbara Thayer, Representative, and Lee Thomas, Sgt. at Arms.
On September 18, we were made full-fledged Pirates after a rough but enjoyable
initiation. To prove we were good sports, we presented the Frosh Return in the Spring.
Deep Lake was the scene of the class picnic on the last day of school.
As Sophomores we were 26 members, having lost Sharon Kerrigan and Don Fertig
but gaining Afton Johnson from Centralia. However in the middle of the year we were
sorry to lose Claire and Ross Dykes.
After electing Alan Waltar, President, Lee Thomas, Vice-President, Afton Johnson,
Secretary, Joanne Balsley, Representative, and Don Haase, Sgt. at Arms with Mr. Nelson
again our advisor, we proceeded to initiate the new Freshmen.-
During the year we enjoyed two or three class parties ending with the last day picnic
again at Deep Lake.
Now as upperclassmen we were again 24 in number having lost Bob Norman but gain-
ing Elsworth Fernen from Seattle. Miss Aumann became our advisor and we again,
elected class officers. Elected to serve were Ken Wilson, President, Fred Ambsdorf,
Vice-President, Edith Geiszler, Secretary, Ellen Toporke, Representative, and Lee
Thomas, Sgt. at-Arms.
With much ado and as a great success we presented our Junior Prom with "Stairway
to the Stars" as our theme. In the Spring everyone's talent became known as we present-
ed "One Big Happy Family" in grand style.
The class again joined each other at Deep Lake at the end of the school year for the
annual last day school picnic.
Twenty-one proud Seniors entered the A. H, S. Halls for the last time on September 4,
1956. We were sorry to see that Joe Morgan, Mary Courtney and Iris Norman had left our
The first business of elections was settled with electing Don Haase, President, Walter
Geiszler, Vice-President, Mary Simonds, Secretary, Ala.n Waltar, Representative, and Lee
Thomas, Sgt. at-Arms. Ken Wilson was our able Student Body Prexy, and Mr. Robinson
served as class advisor.
In 'the fall our talents again came out in "Headin For The Hills which of course, was a
huge success. Miss Anne Rankin served as advisor for this play with Don Haase as our
brilliant student director.
During November ma.ny Seniors suffered from sore feet and almost frostbite after sell-
ing "many" annual ads during three days in town. In the Spring came that educating and
enjoyable Senior Trip to Seattle at which everyone seemed to have had fun.
Four Seniors were very happy to skip a day of school and journey to the University for
a Leadership Conference.
The two final events, long looked forward to, were Baccalaureate and Graduation which
showed we had at last reached the end of the climb, or is it the beginning? The class of '57
has entered into the past at good old A. H. S. but we trust we will be remembered.
BE ST ALL AROUND
LIKELY TO SUCCEED FRIENDLIEST
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We, the class of 1957, being of sound minds and memories, do hereby make, publish.
and declare this to be our last will and testament, hereby revoking any will or wills here-
tofore made by us.
FIRST. We ask that due respect and admiration be fully paid to our picture, which is
hanging in the hall, by all present and future students of A. H. S.
SECOND. We give and devise unto each of the faculty the following:
Mr. Bolton, another Senior Class that will not go in the hole on school dances.
Mr. Cochran, an elevator so that he won't have to continue walking the ramps.
Mr. Robinson, a Senior Class who can memorize the Constitution of the United States.
Mrs. Scherer, a private gymnasium for girls' athletics.
Mrs. Davis, an automatic irrigation system for her potted plants.
Mr. Nelson, a perfectly silent study hall.
Mr. Roundtree, a new ultra-modern shop with the very latest machines.
Miss Rankin, a class with an office atmosphere.
THIRD. To the Cooks and Custodians of the Adna School, we give the following:
Carl Haase, halls that do not have to be swept.
Roy Richter, a robot bus driver to drive the buses out and line them up.
The Cooks, the latest thing in automats.
FOURTH. We give generously to the students of A. H. S. the following:
I, Don Haase, will all my expense-paid gas to Robert QBillJ Mullins.
I, Ken Wilson, will my crew cut to Walter Marth.
I, Evelyn Vetter, will my singing ability to Barbara Chandler.
I, Fred Ambsdorf, will all my tire troubles to anyone who can afford to buy tires.
I, Anna Geiszler, will my annual experience to next year's editor.
I, Lawrence Adolphson, will my ability to stay awake in Physics to Ron R.
I, Alan Waltar, will my ability to stay up late at night to Dan Scherer.
I, Mary Lou Setzer, will my love for horses to Bonnie Rocker.
I, Joanne Balsley, will my abiltiy to get home early to Peggy Duey.
I, Joe Grigsby, will my curly hair to anyone who wants it.
I, Marian Patch, will my ability to get a drivers license one day, and Wreck a car the next
to anyone who might be that unfortunate.
I, Janice Ozar, will my ability for careful driving to Irene Sato and Sheila Stafford.
I, Barbara Thayer, will my position as Glee Club accompanist to Sharon Orloske.
I, Elsworth Fernen, will all my good fortune to Don Sherman.
I, Afton Johnson, will the knowledge I have gained working on the school paper to next
I, Walter Geiszler, will my bus seat to anyone who likes noisy girls.
I, Lee Thomas, will my football suit to Nancy Mohoric.
I, Edith Geiszler, will my quiet manner to Mary Studham.
I, Mary Simonds, will, and gladly, my job as editor of the Blue and Gold to anyone who
thinks he can get it out every two weeks.
I, Ellen Toporke, will my enthusiasm for basketball to next year's rooting section.
I, Marian Tanksley, will my ability to answer questions in World Problems to anyone
who thinks he can do better.
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Miss Barbara Thayer, a member of Adna High School's class of 1957, returned August
4, 1967 , from a world-wide tour.
When Barbara was in high school she amazed people with her piano playing and now she
has presented her talents to the rest of the world. On this trip she visited with her 20 form-
er Alma Mater friends.
On her tour, Barbara's first date was with Pan American Airways where whe met Anna
Geiszler who was hostess aboard the plane. Miss Geiszler is unmarried, but very happy
with her job. The reason Miss Geiszler hasn't married yet is because she hasn't persuaded
the proper man. The proper man being fof coursej the pilot of that very plane, Alan Waltar.
Alan wants to wait a little longer before their marriage because he feels it would endanger
their happiness to rush into such an important contract. The pilot and Miss Geiszler are
now 27 and enjoy the same interests together.
On the same plane, which was going to France, was Sir Elsworth Fernen who was go-
ing to Europe for avacation. Elsworth informed Barbara as they talked, that he was head
Yell King at Adna University. He also informed her of the outcome of the latest city elec-
tion at Adna where Miss Afton Johnson won over her opponent to become lady Mayor of
Adna, and that Mary Lou Setzer had recently visited the little city. Mary Lou has been
livingin the Ozarks since the class Senior Play QHeadin' For The Hillsj when she fell in
love with the atmosphere of hillbilly life.
When the plane rolled down the runway in Paris, Barbara was surprised to see the
photographer who was there to take her picture for the Paris Daily Tribune. It was
none other than Janice Ozar who was photographer for the 1957 Adonian. Janice had found
life too boring around Adna fsince everyone was up to her tricksj and went to Paris for some
After her concerts in Paris, Barbara boarded the plane bound for Spain. When the
plane landed in Madrid, she was welcomed by another of her former classmates, who was
quite the Casanova. It seems as though all the girls around Adna were getting sparse, so
the poor unfortunate lad left the country to get over his sorrows. It was Ken Wilson.
As Ken a.nd Barbara enjoyed lunch together, two of their former fellow students, Fred
Ambsdorf and Lawrence Adolphsen, joined them. Fred is head usher at the Opera house
in Madrid and Lawrence runs his own construction company which is, at the moment, build-
ing another of the United States' air bases in Spain.
As Barbara bid them farewell, she awaited her next stop which was Sydney, Australia.
At the same concert in which Miss Thayer was to appear, Evelon Vetar fEvelyn Vetterj is
billed to sing a solo. Evelon, though she changed her name slightly, is the same happy-go-
lucky person she was in high school. Evelon a.nd Barbara went to Sydney Stadium the follow-
ing evening where Lee Thomas was the feature attraction of the night. Lee is the most
famous wrestler in Australia and was trying to uphold his all-time high Olympic wrestler' s
Miss Thayer's next destination was Havana, Cuba. Here she planned to see two of her
school pals whom she heard were doing so well there. Miss Thayer knew them previously
as Marian Patch and Joanne Balsley. Both are famous musicians in the Lation American
Her tour almost over, she was on her way to New York. Upon arrival at the airport,
she called for a taxi, and who should be driving the cab but Joe Grigsby. He informed
Miss Thayer that he was the owner of the Leopard Skin Taxi Company. He specializes in
lavender cars, "More enjoyment for the customers in a different atmosphere, " he stated.
While walking to her hotel room, Barbara passed by a novelty shop which caught her
eye. It was a Stretch Shop for making short people taller. And who should Miss Thayer see,
but the owner, Mary Simonds. Mary had grown four inches with her own treatments. Her
co-partner Qas alwaysj was Marian Tanksley.
While conversing, the girls spied a large crowd gathered across the street. Of course,
being Adna girls, they couldn 't go away without finding out what was going on. Upon their
arrival at the scene of the crowd, they sighted a middle-aged woman in bobby sox -- bopping!
As they looked closer, they discovered that it was one of their classmates from the more
quiet set-Ellen Toporke. Although the girls couldn't get close enough to talk to her, and
no one, but no one could stop her, the girls heard someone ask her why she was continuing
such a conspicuous scene by doing a popular dance from 10 years ago. She announced abrupt-
ly , "It took me nine years to learn this dance step and I'm not stopping now!"
With that, the girls returned to the Stretch Shop with exclamations concerning Ellen.
"Why, she's bopped her way from Adna, across the U. S. A. to New York. Well, maybe
she'll be exhausted by the time she bops her way back to Adna and will return to the quiet
type of life she led for so many years before. " With many good-byes, the girls parted
company and Miss Thayer was on her way to her hotel room.
At the hotel, Miss Thayer bumped into another of her old friends, Walt Geiszler. Walt,
chosen Dairyman of the Year 119571 from Lewis County, was attending a meeting of Dairyman
in New York. Walt informed Barbara of the whereabouts of his cousin, Edith Geiszler. Edith
was working on a rodeo to be performed on her Bar G Horse Ranch, one of the largest in
Texas, enclosing three counties. It seemed as though Edith was the same ambitious horse
lover that she was in high school. A
While on her journey home, she heard over the news telecast that Don Haase, another
former classmate, had just won a.n annual auto race at Santa Anita. He is the only contes-
tant ever to win the finals for the loudest horn, of which Don's was perfection.
When Barbara reehed home, she felt she had been very fortunate in meeting and hearing
about her former AHS classmates.
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CLASS POEM: COURAGE
This is courage: to remain
Brave and patient under paing
Cool and calm and firm to stay
In the presence of dismayg
Not to flinch when foes attack,
Even though you're beaten backg
Still to cling to what is right,
When the wrong possesses might.
This is courage: to be true
To the best men see in youg
To remember, tempest-tossed,
Not to whimper, "All is lost!"
But to battle to the end
While you still have strength to s
Not to cry that hope is gone
While you've life to carry on.
This is courage: to endure
Hurt and loss you cannot cureg
Patiently and undismayed,
Facing life still unafraidg
Glad to live and glad to take
Bravely for your children's sake
Burdens they would have to bear
If you fled and ceased to care.
CLASS MOTTO: Not at the topg
CLASS COLORS: Blue and White
CLASS FLOWER: Red Rose
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Mr. Edwin Bolton, our Adna High Super-
intendent for fifteen years, graduated from
Lincoln High School in Seattle. He attended
the University of Washington where he re-
ceived a B. S. Degree in Engineering and an
M. A. Degree. He also attended the Univer-
sity of California for six summers.
HIGH SCHOOL PRINCIPAL
Mr. George Cochra.n, graduate of Jeff-
erson High School in Portland and Lewis and
Clark College, also in Portland, is in his
first year at Adna as High School principal.
He received a B. A. Degree and a B. M.
GRADE PR INCI PAL
Mr. George Burton, who earned his
B. A. Degree at the Western Washington
College of Education, will complete his
fourth year as Adna Grade School principal
this year. His high school graduation took
place at Roosevelt in Seattle. Mr. Burton
has been working on his Master's Degree.
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LEF TO RIGHT: Mrs. Hazel Duncan, clerk, Mr. Lowell Rayton, Mr. Page Bennett, Mr.
Edwin Bolton, Mr. Vaino Waltar, Mr. Jack Moon. l
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Serving ably as chairman of the school board this year has been Mr. Page Bennett, assisting
as clerk, Mrs. Hazel Duncan. In striving to better our schooling situation, they have devoted
much time and work to many school problems, such as the consolidation with Boistfort. The l
board has considered this problem very seriously and is still working on it. The Adna students i
are very grateful to the board for all the work they have done to better our education.
LEFT TO RIGHT: Mrs. Lillia.n Sayler, program chairman, Mrs. Emma
Lou Anderson, secretary, Mrs. Inez Scherer, vice president, Mrs. Mai
Lou Anderson, president.
Among various activities sponsored
by the Adna PTA this year are included
the teen-age dances, contribution to the i
IFYE fund, PTA Circus Night, and others.
One of the most debatable points of the
entire year was the Adna-Boistfort con- 5
solidation. There was a large meeting
held in the courthouse in Chehalis, which
was attended by some 400 Adna-Boistfort
people. As of this date, the matter is 2
yet unsettled. Another new feature of
the PTA is the page in the Blue Sz Gold,
which is written by Mary Lou Anderson,
the PTA president. On the whole, this
year has been a very successful and cer-
tainly a very active one for the PTA.
MRS, INEZ SCHERER
HOME ECONOMICS, GIRLS' P.E.
MR. JAMES ROBINSON
MR, RALPH NELSON
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MISS ANNE RANKIN
MR. WALTER ROUNOTREE
MRS, DE LORES DAVIS
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Mr. Haase, known to most as Carl,
keeps our school in tip-top shape.
Mr. Richter lines the buses up and
keeps the grade school clean.
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Mrs. Haase and Mrs. Ickes gave
us many delicious meals.
Mrs. Bolton is a member of the office staff.
These grade students are a big
help to the cooks.
We appreciate the services and friend-
ly manners of the cooks, custodians,
and helpers who have been with us this
year. Mrs. Bolton and Carl Haase have
worked in the high school while Mr.
Richter and Mrs. Ickes and Mrs. Haase
participated in grade school activities.
The seniors are sure of the fact that We
have the best cooks in Lewis County.
Mrs. Bolton really' brightens up the of-
fice with her cheery ways. A11 the
children who Work in the lunchroom are
a lot of help when it comes to washing
dishes and cleaning.
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Mrs. Davis, THIRD ROW: R. Mullins, W. Marth, Jerry Berrier, F. Ander- A
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THIRD ROW: R. Scherer, F. Snodgrass, J. Nolan, D. Massingham, D. Sherman, D. Tramm, J. Leonard,
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FIRST ROW, left to right: D. Marth , J. Ayers, L. Douglas, E. Johnson, D. Rutzer, J. Tramm, M.
Merriman, SECOND ROW: D. Creemer, S. Orloske, J. Sato, S. Thompson, S. North, K. Balsley, M.
Studhamg THlRD'ROW: B. Mitchell, R. Jones, H. Sayler, J. Back, J. Barrett, L. Jordan, J. Hokanson
J. Ford, L. Reed, FOURTH ROW: J. Bradford, D. Wisner, L. Bodine, F. Swinth, J. Walch, J. Santee,
B. Orr, Mr. Nelson.
The eighth grade also chose their officers for three months terms. Their teacher was the
grade school coach, Mr. Ferguson. The results of the election of officers was: T. Hostetter,
W. Ford, and J. Duncan, president, J. Jordan, H. Ayers, and W. Morgan, vice presidentg L.
Smith, P. Rocker, and P. Richardson, secretary: H. Smiley, G. Bennett, and I. Lininger,
treasurer: D. Wisner, N. Budgett, and K. Walter, news reporter, D. Rutzer, M. Bodine, and
D. Dorning, sports reporter, T. Ferren, J. Moon, and J. Reed, sgt.-at-arms.
H. Smiley and N. Budgett topped the class as spellers and Judy Duncan was the high sales-
man of the magazine drive.
Of their class of 20 boys and 13 girls there are two new students, Ken Loomer and John
Boys who won football letters this year are H. Ayers, C. Barrett, G. Bennett, M. Bodine,
B. Carter, G. Duey, W. Ford, E. Geiszler, T. Hostetter, J. Moon, W. Morgan and B. Vil-
wock. Their record was two wins and two losses.
Basketball letter winners were H. Ayers, C. Barrett, G. Bennett, M. Bodine, W. Ford,
T. Hostetter, and J. Moon. Five lost and none won was the record this year.
eventh grade p
With Mrs. Nielsen as their teacher, the seventh graders had, as usual, a very active year.
Their class officers were elected to serve for three months each. Serving as president were:
B. Johnson and J. Hokanson, assisted by G. Simmons and D. Swinth. Keeping the minutes
were D. Young and G. Simmons while L. North and L. Merser kept track of the treasury. S.
Reed and D. Walls served as the sgt.-at-arms officers.
Two new' students were gained during the year, Leslie Mercer and Beverly Mitchell, while
only one was lost, Nancy Gavin, who moved to Centralia.
J. Back was the top magazine salesman of the year. The spelling contest was headed by
D. Young with L. North as alternate.
Five boys participated in football this year. They are: L. Mercer, D. Piper, D. Walls,
B. Johnson, and J. Becker. Those who played basketball are D. Piper, B. Johnson, L. Mercer
and G. Massingham.
Grade .SQ-A001 Teacieu
SITTING: Mrs. Krebs, Mrs. Alleman, Mrs. Thomas, Mrs. Vilwock.
STANDING: Mrs. Siegwarth, Mrs. Nielsen, Mr. Ferguson, Mr. Burton.
FIRST ROW, left to right: H. Ayers, M. Bodine, J. Moon, G. Bennett, E. Geiszler, W. Ford, G. Duey
SECOND ROW, K. Waltar, J. Duncan, L. Metzenberg, L. Smith, D. Wisner, P. Richardson, J. Moerke
J. Ree. THIRD ROW, B. Carter, V. Reed, J. Jordan, P. Rocker, I. Lininger, H. Smiley, N. Budgett,
D. Rutzer, T. Hostetter. FOURTH ROW, C. Barrett, J. Fischer, D. Dorning, C. McElroy, J. Thomp-
son, W. Morgan, T. Ferren, Mr. Ferguson. K. Loomer not pictured.
SEVE NTH GRADE
FIRST ROW, left to right: D. Walls, L. Mercer, K. Nelson, SECOND ROW, J. Back, K. Smiley, J,
Moerke, S. Smiley, L. Long, THIRD ROW, J. Wisner, P. Nowlen, S. Ayers, L. Bodine, D. Berrier,
L. North, L. Stafford, J. Grigsby, D. Young, FOURTH ROW, Mrs. Nielsen, B. Johnson, J. Becker,
D. Piper, G. Simmons, D. Svinth, G. Massingham, S. Reed.
STANDING5 left to right: Mr. Ferguson, Jimmy Moon, Wayne Ford, Mickey Bodine, Gary Bennett,
Howard Ayers. SITTING: Gene Massingham, Tommy Hostetter, Bruce Johnson.
D. Wisner Ka L. Smith
Songleaders: J. Reed,
L. North Ka I. Lininger
J. Jordan Sz P. Richardson
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Left to Right: E. Johnson, W. Marth, D. Scherer, G. Mattis, Mr. Cochran, A. Johnson, A. Waltar,
K. Wilson, L. Jordan, D. Haase, L. Thomas, J. Fischer, M. Simonds, B. Thayer, I. Sato, D. Tramm
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ALAN WALTAR .sz KEN WILSON JANICE ozAR at JOANNE
ANNA GEISZLER Sz MARY LOU SETZER
With all of the annual work done Qwell,
we hopej the staff can relax, The Ed-
itors feel that the members of their stall
along with the class Worked with excell-
ent teamworla to make the best possible
annual for you.
Eleven seniors, eight girls and three
boys who were elected by the class, work-
ed together under the supervision of Miss
Anne Rankin. lhotography was done by
Janice Ozar and Joanne Balsley except
for group pictures taken by Evcrden stu-
dios, As soon as they were elected,
Anna Geiszler and Mary Lou setzer, C0-
Editors, started work on the dummy an-
nual. A contract for printing and publi-
cation was signed with the R. Wallace Pis-
chel company in Pasco, Washington, BARBARA THAYER
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JUNIOR PAPER STAFF
LEFT TO RIGHT: Peggy Duey, Joan Fischer, Frieda Douglas, Eloise Tramm, Linda Metzenbert, Patty
Siegwarth, Dan Scherer, Barbara Chandler.
Heading the Blue and Gold Staff for the 1956-57 year were Co-Editors Mary Simonds
and Afton Johnson. They were assisted by: Social Editor Barbara Thayer, Editorial
Editor Joanne Balsley, Exchange Editor Evelyn Vetter, PTA News Editor Edith Geiszler,
Assembly and Distribution Editor Mary Lou Setzer, Grade School Editor Janice Ozar,
Feature Editor Afton Johnson, Art Editor Ellen Toporke, and Sports Editor Anna Geiszler.
The Junior Staff, shown above, assisted by acting as reporters.
Serving as advisors for the paper was Miss Anne Rankin, commercial teacher. Due
to unforseen difficulties, the paper was not published at equal intervals as before.
On February 22-23, Co- Editor Afton Johnson journeyed to Seattle to the annual PSSP
Conference with three Junior Staff members. These included Peggy Duey, Pat Siegwarth,
and Dan Scherer.
Drum Majorette Anita Olson
A. H. S. BAND
Of all the clubs and activities in progress this
year the band was one of, if not the busiest, of all.
In furnishing entertainment not only to Adna but to
other audiences as well, they have been kept quite
busy. There is much practice involved in playing an
instrument in the band. Not like other organizations
that meet only two or three times a week, the band
meets every single day.
Some of the events which the band has participa-
ted in are: the Armistice Day parade in Centralia in
November, the football games, the pep band at basket-
ball games, the Daffodil Festival in Puyallup on April
13, the mass band in Morton on April 17, a spring con-
cert at Adna, the IFYE Talent Show, and the baseball
Extras, Alan Walter KL Dan Scherer
Band Manager Janice Ozar
4311, It If Director George C. Cochran
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"Headin' For the Hills", a hillbilly play in three acts, by Le Roma Rose, was presented
Nov. 16, at the Adna High School Auditorium by the '57 class.
Such characters as Cy Goolus, a hillbilly who ran a general store in Lone Mule, Tenne-
ssee, and Widow Squiggins kept the stage lively with action to send off this comical play in
true hillbilly style .
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Cornelia Wellington Heister ------------
Dorthea Wellington Heister- ------------
Cyrus Goolus -------------------------
Betty Belle Goolus
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"Happy" Goolus ------- -------------- Af ton Johnson
Skeets Goolus ------- ------ ------- -J an ice Ozar
Hank Goolus- -------------------- ---- -K en Wilson
Widow Squiggins- ---------- - ----------- Joanne Balsley
Aunt Sukey--- ----------------- ----- An na Geiszler
Miss Oggie- ------------------ ------ E dith Geiszler
Slim Hawkenshaw -- - ----------- ----
Miss Winslow ------------------------- Ellen Toporke
Horseface Dilly- ----------------------
Jake Slasser ---------- -------------- D on Haase
Emmy Jean ---------- --- ----------- E velyn Vetter
Zeke Slasser- ----
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Ma Slasser --------------------------- Marian Patch
The' Squiggins Children -------- ---- J oe Grigsby,
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FIRST ROW, left to right: S. North, W. Wisner, M. Setzer, A. Olson, S. Gunn, Z. Orr, J. Ozar, J.
Balsley, G. Creemer. SECOND ROW: B. Rocker, D. Creemer, B. Chandler, K. Balsley, M. Studham,
N. Mohoric, J. Sato, S. Orloske, M. Simonds, M. Patch, D. Marth. THIRD ROW: J. Tramm. M. Merri-
man, E. Vetter, E. Tramm, I. Sato, P. Wilson, E.Allison, S. Thompson, J. Ayers, D. Rutzer., FOURTH
ROW: B. Thayer, P. Siegwarth, S. Stafford, B. Back, E. Johnson, P. Tanksley, L. Metzenberg, B. Mor-
gan, A. Geiszler. FIFTH ROW: M. Walter, J. Fischer, P. Duey, F. Douglas, E. Toporke, Mrs. Sherer,
advisor, L. Douglas, E. Geiszler, M. Tanksley, A. Johnson.
GIRLS' LEAGUE HAS ACTIVE YEAR
Of the events sponsored by the girls' league this year, perhaps
the Spring Tolo, held on April 26, was the most exciting and im-
portant to all who attended. There were many lovely formals shown
off by the girls and boys were also dressed at their best. Another
important dance was the Fall Tolo, which was not as formal as the
spring dance, and the students wore school clothes. At Christmas
time, when the Basket-fillers were doing such a magnificent job,
the girls filled a basket of food, toys, and clothes and sent .it into
Chehalis as their contribution. There was a meeting once a month
at which Afton Johnson. presided as president, Mary Lou Setzer
as vice president, Nancy Mohoric as secretary, Freida Douglas
as sgt.-at-arms, and Joan Fischer as representative. Afton
Johnson, Freida Douglas, Orean Lininger, and Linda Douglas at-
tended a conference at Mossyrock in November.
SITTING, left to right: N. Mohoric, sec.,
A. Johnson, pres., STANDING: M. Set-
zer, vice pres., F. Douglas, sgt-at-arms,
J . Fischer, representative.
FIRST ROW, left to right: B. Chandler, J. Sato, D. Marth, S. North I Sato Z Orr S Thompson B
Rocker, S. Orloske. SECOND ROW: E. Allison, M. Merriman, B Morgan E Geiszler E Johnson
S. Stafford, B. Back, M. Setzer, P. Wilson. THIRD ROW: J. Ayers J Fischer P Siegwarth S Gunn
E. Vetter, M. Waltar, A. Olson, J. Ozar, J. Balsley..
GIRLS' GLEE CLUB
Singing to the best of their ability, with a very capable leader, the Adna. Glee Club part
icipated in many school and extra-curricular activities during the 1956 57 year Much pro
gress was made due to the excellent leadership of Mr. George Cochran Some of the events
at which they performed were the Grange Christmas program, at which they sang a medley
of songsg the IFYE Talent Show for Virgil Rayton, where they sang "Little Old Lady " a.nd
"Falling In Love With Loveg" the PTA meeting on March 25 and the Chorus Festival at Mos y
rock on April 17. This was the first venture of this type taken bv the AGC
Accompanist Barbara Thayer
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THE SWEETHEART OF U BAKA PI gave play goers a peek into the initiation adventures of sorority and
fraternity pledges who are to have "trouble" for ten days. Answering questions in rhyme, getting down on
all fours and barking like a dog, Duane scared innocent bystanders. Rheba's trouble started when she had
to get a date with Duane, who was forbidden to have "dates" of any kind.
The college expected the arrival of a "kitchen queen," whose identity became switched, a necklace dis-
appeared and Duane found himself with several girls accepting his proposal of marriage. As the plot unrollcd
the Dean revealed she had made up the story about the stolen necklace and the girls had plotted against Duane
to enable him to have "trouble, "
Elva, the Kitchen Queen, finally helps the pledge out of his dire trouble although she, because of sorority
vows, is at first pledged to tell "untruths" and later forbidden to speak to Duane. Rheba's muscle-bound boy
friend, Dyke, takes matters into his own hands and makes a few decisions which brought the play to a happy
Pat Siegwarth - Elva Anderson, "Her Highness from Oshkosh."
Barb Chandler - Opal Rogers, E1va's plump girl friend and "stand-in. "
Elouise Tramm - Kathleen Emery, president of U BAKA PI.
Freida Douglas - Beatrice St. John, sorority member and guardian.
Peg Duey - Rheba Saunders, U BAKA PI pledge.
Joan Fischer - Loraine Daly, sorority member.
Ron Richardson - Duane Runyon, Sic 'Em Fido pledge, knee deep in trouble.
Johnny Long - Grant Richards, president of Sic 'Em Fido.
George Mattis - Oscar Hapwood, a misunderstood frat member.
Dan Scherer - Willie Wright, native son of Oshkosh.
Walt Marth - Archie Oswald, another frat member.
Bill Mullins - Lloyd Ilonnally, Duane's guardian.
Linda Metzenberg - Mrs. Mulholland, the Dean of Women.
Charlie Karvia - Dyke Ransome, Rheba's muscle-bound boy friend.
Grant Reed - Hermann, the janitor.
Joan Fischer - Emma, Herman's girl friend.
SITTING, left to right: E. Toporke, B. Thayer, Z. Orr, B. Back, D. Scherer, A. Geiszler, P. Siegwarth,
E. Geiszler, F. Douglas, J. Fischer, J. Tramm, P. Tanksley. STANDING: D. Sherman, P. Duey, A.
Waltar, R. Scherer, F. Swinth, J. Ford. QMissing is K. Wilsonj
Torch onot .gociety
A newly formed club called Torch Honor Society has been organized at Adna. This new
club is headed by Anna Geiszler, this year's valedictorian. There were, all told, nineteen
members at the beginning of the fifth six weeks. Six seniors were present at this time, five
juniors, five sophomores and three freshmen. To participate in the club's activities and
retain membership, one must maintain a 3. 3 average for 6 subjects, a 3.4 average for 5
subjects, and a 3. 5 average for 4 subjects. The object of this chapter is to create an en-
1 thusiasm for scholarship, to encourage the devel-
l opment of character in students of Adna High
School. There are only three offices to be held,
that of president, which was held by Anna Geizsler
this year, vice president, which was held by Dan
Scherer, and secretary, held by Pat Siegwarth. Mr
Cochran served as advisorg he held the grades
and admitted students to this club. Membership
in this organization shall be based upon scholar-
ship, service, leadership, and character. Pins
for one semester membership will be awarded to
the graduating seniors
'Many activities, such as viewing a court trial
and taking some field trips are in the planning.
A. Geiszler, pres., D. Scherer, vice pres., P. Siegwa-Fth, SCC-
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during June of 1956.
Edith Geiszler was voted D. A.R.
HONORS GAINED AT A.H. S.
Jerry Berrier and Ken Wilson
were named football all-stars.
Lee Thomas, Mary Simonds, Ken
Wilson, and Afton Johnson were
Ellen Toporke, secretary to Barbara Thayer, Secretary
Mr' Bolton' to Mr. Cochran.
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TEEN-CLUB NEWS LUNCHROCM CLERK
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teen-Club reporters Dan Scherer, lunchroorn clerk.
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Pres. Lee Thomas
Sec. Don Haase
Vice-Pres. John Long
Sgt. -at-arms Bill Mullins
Front Row, Left to Right, R. Anderson, L. Adolphsen, W. Geiszler, J. Leonard, G. Reed, L. Thomas.
Second Row, D. Sherman, R. Richardson, J. Long, W. Marth, J. Berrier, R. Mullins.
Third Row, Coach Robinson, K. Wilson, J. Grigsby, A. Waltar, F. Anderson, D. Haase, R. Scherer,
C. Karvia, D. Tramm.
FIRST ROW, left to right: K. Wilson, J. Hokanson, J. Leonard, W. Marth, D. Sherman, J. Berrier, D
Wisner. SECOND ROW: R. Jones, L. Jordan, J. Ford, H. Sayler, L. Thomas, D. Tramm, manager.
THIRD ROW: R. Scherer, J. Long, R. Richardson, D. Haase, J. Grigsby, J. Barrett, R. Mullins, coach
GRIDIRON SQUAD SHOWS POWER
After splitting a pair of games in the Jamboree Qlosing to Oakville 6 to O a.nd tripping
Napavine 13 to 121 the Adna Pirates romped off to an easy victory over Boistfort 49 to 6.
With this polishing-up job, the Pirates entered league action by again dumping the
Braves, this time by the score of 57 to 13. With high hearts from the previous victories,
the Adna pigskinners rolled over Quilicene by a strong 44 to 6 decision.
From there on in, the Pirates seemed to save their power for alternate games, losing
to 'Toutle Lake by a 59 to 24 count and then returning to normal by trouncing Wishkah
46 to 15. An aggressive Rainier ball club left Adna on the short end of a 40 to 6 score but
Pirate combinations again began to click as Napavine fell victim of a 20-13 encounter.
After a hard fought battle, Adna dropped the last game of the season to Oakville by a 56-
Final standings found the Pirates in a well-earned tie for 4th place in the Southwest
Washington Six- Man Football League.
Ken Wilson and Jerry Berrier were honored for their outstanding contributions by
being named to the six man all-star team. Lee Thomas, Joe Grigsby, Bill Mullins, Ron
Richardson, John Long, John Leonard, Larry Jordan, and Ray Jones also contributed
heavily to the Pirate cause. A misfortunateupre-season ankle injury sidelined another pro-
bable starter, Don Haase.
All in all, this season proved very successful. There is every reason to believe that
the Pirates will take advantage of their young material to produce another strong contender
for next year's crown. A
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Coach Robinson, L. Jordan, A.lWaltar, R,Scherer, B. Mullins, R. Jones, Manager D. Tramm.
BOYS' BASKETBALL VARSITY SQUAD
Hampered by a short list of turnouts plus fall outs along the way, the Adna Pirates us-
ually found themselves at the short end of the score during the 1956-1957 basketball season.
Although the Pirates weren't too successful in their practice games, they came back much
stronger in league encounters.
The first league action found Napavine shaving Adna in a tight 52-49 contest, but the re-
turn game showed a reversal as the scoreboard read Adna 51, Napavine 50. History was
We made as the Pirates dumped Boistfort at the Braves home court
for the first time in nine years, 34-29. Pe Ell nipped Adna by a
slim 45-41 margin after it looked as though an upset were in the
Final standings found the Pirate hoopshooters in 4th place in
the Western Division ofxthe' Lewis County League.
Lack of experience proved an important factor as only seniors
Alan Waltar and Lawrence Adolphsen made the varsity. Bill Mul-
lins showed great improvement this year as did his fellow juniors,
Jerry Berrier and Walt Marth. Sophomore contributors included
Roy Sherer, John Leonard, and Jerry Nowlen, while Larry Jordan
and Ray Jones showed great promise as freshmen.
With these underclassmen in mind, it looks as though the Pir-
ates will come back much stronger in future years and it is entirely
possible that they may revolutionize our trophy case with a basketball
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ians took a 40-'Sa victory irorn the na 43,5 43 :nd WDU .--" .ta giespe
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FIRST ROW, left to right: G. Mattis, J. Nowlen, J. Ford, J. Barrier, J. Leonard.
SECOND ROW: G. Wedin, W. Marth, L. Jordan, R. Richardson, B. Mullins. THIRD
ROW: J. Grigsby, R. Anderson, A. Waltar, R. Scherer, J. Long, R. Anderson, C.
Karvia, COACH. QMissing is K. Wilsonl
As the annual goes to press, the Pirates have yet to begin their season play. We
anticipate a strong team backed by the bulk of last season's regulars. The Lewis Co-
unty finals is our goal and with our team's high spirit and the excellent coaching of Mr
Robinson, the annual staff wishes the 1957 team the best of luck.
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f Ja KNEELING, leftto right: Z. Orr, I. Sato, P. Wilson.
STANDING: S. Orloske, J. Sato.
Cheering the boys on is the job of the Pep Staff and cheer them
on they did! Whenever, wherever they went, no matter how cold
or warm the weather, or how defeated our team was, the Pep Staff
was on the job, never giving up. Not one of the girls missed a game
during both the basketball and the football season. Their moral
support means a lot to the men on the team and without it they would
undoubtedly lose the will to win.
yell feeder: ongleacleu
Janie Sato gl Sharon Orloske P. Wilson, I. Sato, Kg Z. Orr
IS SPONSORED BY
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L-UNlBER-'-'-'- ---- -----NIILLWORK
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FIRST ROW left to right E. Geiszler, S. Orloske, A. Olson, P. Wilson, I. Sato J Balsley SECOND
ROW M Simonds O Lininger, L. Douglas, B. Morgan, E. Torporke, A. Geiszler P Siegwarth
A Johnson THIRD ROW Mrs. Scherer, instructor, Z. Orr, D. Rutzer, K Balsley E Tramm M
l-'atch B Chandler N Morhoric.
g'..4..4. The 1956-57 GAA was made' up of
21 girls from the four high school classes.
Mary Simonds was this years president
and Mrs. Scherer was the athletic in-
Four of the girls attended the annual
athletic play-day held in the Centralia
High School gym.
The sports which the girls play are:
indoor baseball, basketball, volleyball,
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Warren Bros. --Chevrolet-Cadillac
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Old Highway 99
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8-7121 Chehalis, Wash.
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216 So. Tower, Centralia, Wash.
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ROBERT'S BEAUTY SALON
"Every Beauty Requirement"
Phone SH 8-4233
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GESLER- MCNIVEN CO.
305 N. Tower, Centralia, Wn.
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Phone SH 8-3494
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THE SMOKE SHOP
"We specialize in Hamburgers
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831 Market St. Chehalis, Wash.
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Chehalis City Laundry
1065 Main St. Chehalis, Wash.
"Serving your territory"
Phone SH 8-4822
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Let us repair your car.
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Peerless Food Products
Phone SH 8-8621
521 State St. Chehalis, Wash.
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We sell Dry Slabs
2347 Market St. Chehalis, Wash
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Route 4 Box 122A
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THE BEN FRANKLIN
815 Market Street
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Rn. 1, BOX 268, Phone SH 8-4587
4 Chehalis, Washington
727 South Gold SI.. Ceniralia, Washington
Roebuck and Co.
Phone SH 8-4473
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If Sunday afternoons. 2 to 4:30 'I
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2155 Market Street
SH 8-7872 Chehalis, Wash.
Cost Less to Wear
Security State Bank
900 Chehalis Avenue
Phone SH 8-3711
Schwartz Men's Wear
Ph. SH 3-7291, 333 Market st.
Louis A. Vimont
lg Printing and Stationery 1
9 Office Equipment -1
lg 896 Market St., Ph. SH 8-3201 3
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Pittsburgh Plate Glass Co.
We also sell Paint
111 North Tower PE 6-5264
E St. Helens Hotel 3
If Dining Room and Coffee Shop fl'
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E Ph, SH 3-4441, Chehahs, Wash. 2
Kanouse 's Food Center
1769 Market St.
Frank Kanouse, Prop.
.sg Dyson's Food
E "Centra1ia Grocery Paradise"
5 1106 W. Main, Centralia, Wash. Zi
Complete Floral Service at the
FOLSOM FLORAL CO.
Phone PE 6f3040
CHEHALIS AUTO ELECTRIC
Motor Tune Up
Phone SH 8f'7311
LEWIS COUNTY LUMBER CO,
Quality Builders' Material
Buy Here For Less
Phone 6X 7655
CENTRALIA JUNK CO. , INC.
Saw Mill Machinery
Logging Supplies-Scrap Ion
901 West Main Centralia
MARTIN MOTOR PARTS
221 S. Tower St, Centralia, Wash.
Phone PE 6f6493
WASHINGTON JUNK COMPANY
Phone: PE 6f5222 SH 8!720l
PETE AND MYRON'S TAVERN
"The Friendly Tavern"
537 North Tower Street
MC COY - YOUNG INC.
a u t o p a r t s
Logging and Mill Supplies
Phone SH 8f4436
Singer Sewing Machine Co.
"WHERE TO BUY IT"
893 Market Street
Phone SH 8!8362
"We Take Better Care of Your C
BUDZISZEWSKI CHEVRON SERVICE
1070 Market Street
Phone SH 8f9045
GISHES SHELL SERVICE
Open 24 Hours a Day
WILLIE"S SPORT SHOP
Voit and Spalding Distributor
113 West Main Street
Phone PE 6f4122
PACIFIC AVE. BARBER SHOP
"Best Haircut in Town"
863 Pacific Avenue
BARNER-SWENSON FUEL CO.
Wood - Heating Oils
Phone PE 6! 5826
Phone PE 6f3305
CE NTRALIA PHARMACY
Phone PE 6f4321
FARMERS BEEF CO.
High Quality Meat
for a Low Price
Phone PE 617081
TWO YARD BIRDS
Old Hiway 99
Shopping Center Chehalis, Wn.
LINCOLN CREEK LUMBER CO.
Phone PE 6f7655
JONES DRUG STORE
The Friendly Drug Store
Phone SH 8f3200
HOME GAS CO.
Phone SH 814802
MC KINNELL TRACTOR CO.
of All Types
South City Limits
Phone SH 8f8688
ADNA POST OFFICE Sz STORE
Susie K. Blakemore
Phone SH 8-3560 Adna
HUGHES SHOE STORE
Ladies' Sz Children's Shoes
Phone SH 8f7933
KEEN Sz HOWARDS' INC.
Your Home Supply Store"
1412 South Gold
Where the Kids Meet
Phone PE 6f7040
AND APPLIANCE STORE
Modern Home Furniture
Phone SH 8!3375
FORDS PRAIRIE BUILDERS
Your Local Contractor
C. A. Tock Proprietor
Phone PE 6f3102
JOHN MAY COMPANY
Phone SH 8f4421
. RAY HEINRICHER. . Gas and Oil
GREENHOUSE 417 S. Tower Avenue
Adna Florists with Plants of All Phone PE 6X 6976
Phone SH 814062 I .
SCHERER'S STORE Compliments of 1 .
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