PUBLISHED BY THE FORKS HIGH
SCHOOL ANNUAL STAFF
DE OF THE FOREST
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Mr King Advisor,
Tony Scluton. Mr. King
did the photography.
Eating dinner at Mrs. King's house after
Left to right: Mary, Myrta. Mrs. King,
Lois. Banya and Luc.
The 1957 annual staff, under the advisorship of
Mr. King. has been working hard on the l937 ver-
sion of the "Pride ol' the Forest. " Luella Mclilravy
presided over many turbulent meetings as editorg
Myrna Fry contributed her capable assistance as
The business end of the annual started as an
assignment for Sybil Huey, but proved to be so
overwhelming that all hands were enlisted for
such menial tasks as collecting for ads and the
pre-sale of annuals.
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Vt orking on the annual one
night after school.
Lois. Phyl, Lue and Myrn.
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ok Goes To Pre
Long hours wcrc spent prcpuringg. corrci-ting,
und rctyping copy by Lois McNichols, Phyllis
Lzirson. Dzinyzi Cziulkins. and Myrtu Johns.
"Sinilc!" is thc word Mr. King. thc stall'
photogruphci' hud to suy niztny timcs at wucli. The
annual stall' owcs Tony Scruton 11 iotc ol' aipprcc-
lution lor thc niaiiy long hours hc spcnt assisting
in thc production ol' picturcs.
The vurictl niiscclluncous zictivilics wcrc
lizmtllcd vcry cupubly lay Mary Cuniplacll with thc
ussistuncc ol' hlzitliy McCarty.
Thc linishcd product. "Pride of thc Forest. "
rcprcscnts niziny :ui hour ol' hard, industrious
Kathy. sylm. Myrn. Luc, Phyl and Lois
Lois. Phyl. Luc and Myrn
Luc. Lois. Phyl. und Myrn
Lena A. Hartge
B. S. , M. S. , Ph. D, Lib rar-
ianship-University of Wash-
David A. S513
B. A. . Central Washington
College- Industrial Arts
Myrta A. Johns
High School Secretary
B. A. , Southern Idaho College
ol' liclueation- Driver 'l'raining
General Business, Problem
Boys' Health, Basketball
Jean li. liclens
li X.. l7uiversityol'Vv':1sh-
ington, Commercial sub-
jects, Girls' Health.
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B. A.. College of Puget
Training. Boys' P. E.,
Football Coach, Track
B. A. , University of Wash-
Law, Civics, Junior High
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A. B., Grinell College. M. S
University ol' Wyoming-
Biology, Conservation, A11-
vziiieecl Algebra, Trigonome-
try. Chemistry. Photography
M. S.. Iowa State College
S. B. . Hairviirci College
B. S.. Mayville State
'I'c-:iehers College. North
Dakota, English. Girls'P. E.
B. A. ,University of Wash-
ington-linglish, World Geo-
gr:1phy.U.S. History, Pub- U
B. S. Mayville State
Teachers College North
Typing. Washington His
Mrs. Johns replaced by Myrta Jolms
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COIlg1'lll,l.1l2lllUIlS to the Class of 1957. Your gradu-
' ' ation from high school marks a truly important mile-
stone in your lives. While it is the close ot' one CI'1l.
,Q A' A A it is, more importantly, the beginning of a great,
1-5,-s new one. Your opportunities are unlimited. Your
- 1 future is bright. As you start down the pathway ol
adulthood. you take with you the best wishes of the
faculty and administration of Forks High School.
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Ivy L. Price
School Board Clerk
Success in life is not a matter of high position or
money in the bank. It is something between you and
The world is crying for men and women who accept the
challenge of life and are not afraid to work hard and
endure criticism. The kind who in the face of all ob-
stacles havc the courage to rise above the crowd and
labor on for the upward progress of man.
Real success is written in the Book of Life and only
you can write it.
CHOOL HELP KEEPS SCHOOL RUNNING SMOOTHLY
Planning luncheon menus for students
who patronize the school cafeteria, pre-
paring, and serving the food is the task of 8'5qL
the competent lunehroonm cooks, Edna Hul-
bert zumd Gladys Lee. Continuing from last
year is the hot lunch program of Beaver
School. These lunches are prepared at
Forks and taken in heated containers to
Beaver. This has been a highly success-
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Harry Heathers, LeRoy Johnson, Roy
Black and Mrs. Florance Stron are in
charge of the upkeep of the school 'build- N
ings. Mr, Johnson is also in charge
ol' maintenance of equipment and the V fu
buildings. Theodore Hudson is re- , V A:,,'
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An expectant and excited group of Freshmen began their four-year climb at Forks
High School in the fall of l956.
Alter being entertained at a "Welcoming" party by the Sophmores, they elected the
following class officers: Sybil Woody, President: WZIYHC Ray, ViCC-PI'0SidCHt2 NZIHCY
Brtiger, Seeretaryg Carol Reynolds, Trcasurerg Karen Braithwaite and Chris Morgan
roth. Student Coimeil Representativesg Jerry Jernigan, and Joe Lewis, Sergeant at
The Freshmen Class was well represented during the Homecoming celebration with
Karen Braithwaite as Class Princess.
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Talent and good sportsmanship have proved themselves to be traits of the Class of
Guiding them through their successful year were their officers: Jim Johns, President
Judy Gunnell, Vice-Presidentg Sandy Gossage, Secretaryg Willa Jo Woody, Treasurerg
Ken Landry and Kathryn Henry, Student Council Representatives.
The Class provided entertainment for the Freshmen as they initiated them into the
realm of higher education.
Athletically their prowess was demonstrated by the fact that five boys of the class
were awarded letters in basketball and four were awarded football letters. This is a
fine record for such a young class.
Not only did they prove to be adept in their athletic pursuits but a good number of the
class were members of the National Honor Society.
Kathryn Henry was chosen Homecoming Princess of the class.
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For the class of 1953, only one step remains to be taken in their high school
career---that of being seniors.
Much ot' the credit for their outstanding year goes to the class officers. They l
were: President Myrna Fry, Vice President Tony Scruton, Secretary Virginia
dpaulding, Treasurer Louie Cook, and Student Council Representatives Phyllis
Larson and Bob Bent.
Contributions were made in many ol' the athletic lunctions as was noted at the
A very enjoyable play, "Our Miss Brooks," displayed student talent in acting
Later in the year, this industrious class presented their annual Junior Prom.
With the final step lying just ahead, the junior class looks forward to furthering
their accomplishments in the all-important year to follow.
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After a memorable four years' of lun, work, and study, it is with sorrow that the class
of 1957 leaves Forks High School. Although they leave their school days far behind,
memories of them will remain always.
As they entered their high school career they were greeted with a "Welcoming" party
given by the Sophomores. JoAnn Fraker was the class's candidate for Carnival Queen
Thanks to the student cooperation and enthusiasm, Henrietta Cooper was Queen of
The Junior year was filled with exciting activities. For their Junior Prom, the Class
of presented "April in Paris". At the 1956 Carnival Luella McElravy was first
princess. The annual Junior Play, "Father of the Bride", was fun for those who par-
ticipated as well as for those who viewed it. The Senior Breakfast, served by the
Juniors, was held at the Sol Duc Hot Springs.
The Class of "57" has been noted lor their overwhelming turnout for athletics. They
surprised the entire school by winning the high school intramural games during their
Freshmen year. Ten of the eleven players on this year's undefeated football team
were members of the Senior Class.
Vtith the aid of their advisors, Mrs. King and Mr. Sund, the students displayed their
initiative and ability by presenting "White Christmas" for the Senior Ball.
As the members of the Class of "57" receive their diplomas, they will realize the fun
and heartaches are at an end. May their lives be enriched by the time they have spent
Vie For Top Hono
Class President I Boys' Stutt Jumoi Plux
Editoi of Sehool Pipei .3 Honoi Soeiety
Tieusuitr 3 Honoi Society President 1
Debate 3 4
Footbulll Z .5 1 Fiuekl P .3 4 Student Coun
eil 4 Basketball 4 Class Viu. President 3 4
Boys Cluhl 2 F Club 2 3 4 Junioi Pltiy
Pep Clubl 2 3 4 Debate 3 4 Honoi Society
2 Junior P1omQueen Junior Play Girls
C ubl 2 3 4
Entered from Skykomish High School 4 Girls
Clubl 2 3 4 Pep Clubl 2 .3 4 Chorusl
RIC HARD BRAITHWAITE
Entered from Mount Baker High School 3- Chorus
l' Footballl 2 3 4- Traekl 3
Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Class Secretary 23 Junior
Playg Class President 4g Girls' Club Secretary
TreasurerA4g Girls' Club l, 2, 3, 4
Entered from Port Angeles High School 43
Pep Club Vice-President 49 Chorus 33 G. A A.
2, 39 Girls'Club 2, 3, 4
Entered from Monrovia California High School
3g Girls' Club 1. 2, 3,4g Pep Club 3,43 Chorus l
2. 3, 4
Boys' Club 1, 2, 3
Boys' Club l, 2, 3
Entered from Hoquiarn High School 3g
Bzuirl 2i,4g Girls' Club 3. 45 Junior Prom
Chziirinzmg Junior Pluyg Pep Club President
4g Homeeoniing Princess -lg All State Band
35 Song Queen 4
Student Council lg Chorus lg Pep Club l. 2, 3.
45 Carnival Queen Candidate lg Girls' Club l,
2, 25. 41 Homecoming Queen 4
Chorus l, 2, 33 Girls' Club Vice-President 4g
Girls' Club l, 2, 3, 4g Pep Club ', 2, 3,4g Jun-
Boys' Club 1,2
Band l, 2g Boys' Club 1,2
Entered from Rainier High School 33 Chorus ' - ' s..f
l,2,3g Pep Club 3,4g Girls' Club l,2,3,4
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Entered from Scquim High School -1, Pep
Club l, 2, 3, 4, Girls' Club l, 2, 3, 4, Student
Council 4, Pep Club, Social Chairman 4
Entered from Bellingham High School 4, Girls'
Club l, 2, 3, 4, Chorus l, 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 4
Football 2, 3, 4, Basketball 4, F Club 2, 3,
4, Track 2
Chorus l, 2, 3, 4, Nonet 3, Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4:
Girls' Club l, 2, 3, 4, G. A. A. 4, Class Treasur-
Football l, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 3, 4, Track l, 2,
3, 4, F Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Junior Play, Student
Council 3, 4, Boys' Club l, 2
Pep Club l, 2, 3, 4, Girls' Club l, 2, 3, 4, Chorus
l, 2, 3, Annual 3, Junior Play Student Director
Student Council 3, Junior Play, Pep Club, Vice-
President 3, Assistant Annual Editor 3, Carnival
Queen Candidate 3, Annual Editor 4, Girls' Club
Vice-President 4, Song Queen 4, A. S. B. Secre-
Entered from Sunnyside High School 3, Girls'
Club l,2, 3,4, Pep Club l,3, 4, Homecoming
Princess 3: School Paper 3,4
Boys' Club l, 2, Student Council 3, 4, Class
Treasurer 4, Football 2, 3,49 F Club, Vice-
Presidcnt 4, Basketball 4g Track 3,4g Junior
Playg F Club 3, 4
Chorus 1, 2, Band l,2, Junior Play, Annual 4,
Girls' State, Senior Ball Chairman, Mother and
Daughter Tea Chairman 2. 33 Girls' Club Pres-
ident 4, Class Secretary 23, Pep Club Point
Boys' Club 1, 2
Chorus 1,2, 3,4, Nonet 2. 25: Girls' State: Pep
Club l, 2, 3,49 Girls' Club l, 2, 3, 4, Junior
Playg All State Chorus 3
Class Secretary 4, F Club 3, 4, Basketball 3,
4, Boys' Club 1,2
Entered from Port Angeles High School 4,
Girls' Club 1, 2, 3, 4, G. A. A. 4, Pep Club 4,
Football 3,43 Boys' Club 1,25 F Club 3,4
Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Pep Club l, 2, 3, 4, Girls'
Club l, 2, 3, 4, G. A. A. 49 Editor of School Pap-
er 4, Winner of School Homemaker of Tomorow
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Football l, 2, 3, 4g A. S. B. Treasurer 4g Class
Treasurer 2g F Club Treasurer 15, 41 Honor
Society Treasurer 4g Junior Playg Track 13, SS
' EMMETT TREICHEL
Basketball 2, Li, 45 Football l, 2, 3, 4g Truck l,
2, 3, 44 Junior Playg F Club 2, 3,45 Boys' Club
l, 24 Class Treasurer 3
Entered from Cascade High School 4g Pep
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football l, 23 Class President l, 2g Boys'
Club l, Z3 F Club l, 2, 3. 4g F Club President
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Inspirational Football Award 4g A.S. B. Vice-
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AND A GOOD TLME WAS HAD BY ALL
Cupid's Paradise, the thenie the juniors chose for their
prom, was decorated in colors of wnite, light pink, rosy pink,
and American Beauty. The front entrance was shaped into a
tunnel of love covered with pink-shaded angel hair.
The seats of Royalty were occupied by Suzanne Brager,
queeng Craig Hunley, kingg Phyllis Larson, duehessg and
7 Fred Hoke, duzie.
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Ted Wilder --- ---- Craig Hunley Miss Audubon Patricia Joseph
Jane Drew -------- Suza.nne Brager Faith --------- --- Marcia Holeman
Hugo Longacrc ----- Louie Cook Doris- Carol Brandeberry
Miss Finch --------- Virginia Loushin Sylvia--- Pat Wasankari Mrs, Edcns, Advisor
Rhoda Allen -------- Myrna Fry Elsie ---- Judy Ann Wentworth - .
Mr . Wadsworth ---- R aymond Anderson Martin ---- Tony Seruton Maklkup Ppcclallst
Mrs. Allen -A------ Phyllis Larson Stanley ------------- Jack Paul
Marge ------------ -Kathy McCarty Basketball Players ---Sandy Floc-Micheal Lund
Student Dirccto r ----- David Pitts
Property Manager --- Janet Holbcrt
Sound Effects -------- Frank Smiley
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ASSEMBLY HIGHLIGHTS HOMECOMING ACTIVITIE
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1956 Homecoming were
reigned by Queen Jo-
Ann Fraker. Her Roy-
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of Sondra Fry, Seniorg
Myrna Fry, Juniorg
The Second annual
tion honored the grad-
uating class of 1931.
Boys' and Girls' Staters
gave short talks on their
experiences at Ellens-
burg. Several entertain-
ing skits were presented
by the Honor Society.
The Homecoming Dance,
held in the evening, was
enjoyed by all. It was
decorated in autumn
colors of gold and re-
ceding colors of brown.
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reigning over the 1957 carnival. Queen Mary -- attended 1' , Q
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Joan Gilmore. freshman. junior, and sophomore candidates , - .1
respectively--was crowned midst the fun and excitement.
The student body, under the capable management ol '55
J. C. Woody. decorated the booths in various colors in
preparation of the big event.
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GOVERNMENT PROCESSES WITNESSED
Yvonne Newlun, Lois McNichols, Marvin Witherow, and Ted Atkinson were
selected by the American Legion Auxiliary on the basis of leadership and ability
to attend Boys' and Girls' State, which was held in Ellensburg, Washington, July
During the time they spent on the Central Washington campus, they acquired
valuable knowledge of their government.
When they arrived home, they were required to give extemporaneous speeches
to the American Legion.
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Craig Hunlvy, Tony5C1'uLon. J. C. Woody. Ralph Tziylor, Jziok Paul.
L4-nilyn Ecloiis. Bev Biigliy, Grug LIiin, Kathryn Henry,
Tod Atliinrzon. Put XVLLD.-il.I1lilll'l. Suxxinnc Braigcr
Virginia Louahin. Szuirlrai Atkinson. Mzirvin Wirhcrow. Judy Ann Wentworth, Sharon Sinclair
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An Old-Fashioned Girl. "
National Honor Society's membership is based on
both scholarship and participation in sehool activities.
The Torch Club, with its nineteen members, was
guided by Ted Atkinson, president: J. C. Woody. vice
president: Virginia Loushin, seeretaryg Ralph Taylor.
treasurerg Sharon Sinclair, student couneil representa-
tive, and Mrs. Edens, advisor.
The group started the annual Homecoming festivities
and sponsored the second annual celebration this year.
An initiation and banquet was held in the fall to
bring in new members. The high school faculty were
During the spring the elub invited guests and went
on their annual beach party and they also put on a Chili
Feed for the members.
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the Homecoming Assembly
Girls' Club Finunced
Girls' Club, which is made up of all the
Forks High Girls, had a successful year.
president With Mrs. Corkill as Advisor and Lois
McNichols as President, the various
activities ran smoothly.
The other officers were Luella McElravy
Vice-Presidentg Mary Campbell, Secre-
tary-Treasurerg and Virginia Loushin,
Student Council Representative.
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Among the many activities were the
popping and selling of popcorn at the
games, the food booth at the carnival,
a spring tolo, and the Annual Mother
and Daughter Tea.
With the popcorn machine repaired and
the girls willing to work, the making of
popcorn, our main method of raising
money, was a great success.
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Ender the able direction of Mr Nichols, the
Music Department accomplished much during
At the Homecoming celebration the Girls'
Chorus sang selections appropriate for the
The Bank, Girls' Chorus and Boys' Chorus
presented programs for both the November
P, T. A. meeting and for the annual Christmas
The Boys' Chrous brought cheer to the patients
at the Forks Hospital with Christmas Carols
and also entertained the Junior High with carols
Music for football and basketball games was
provided by the Music Department.
During the spring the Music Department played
for the Spring Concert, Baccalaureate, and
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Council Represent itite
F Club is un organization ol' boys who
huve eurned athletic letters while in high
They entertained the student body with
L1 hilarious program after receiving their
letters ut the Awards Assembly.
Leading the lettermen were Eldon Windle
Presidentg Jerry Morris, Vice President,
Ralph Taylor. Secretary-Treasurer. and
Emmett Treiehel, Student Couneil Repre-
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.A.A. ENJOYS TEPID PLUNG
The Girls Athletic Association is an extra-curricular
organization for girls who enjoy participating in tag
football. volley ball, tennis, basketball, soccer, soft
ball, badminton, and other individual and team sports.
Points were earned in turnouts, selling tickets at
games, and other activities that applied toward letter
and pin awards. A swimming party, held at the Sol
Due Hot Springs, was a gala affair with enthusiasm
and pep aplenty. After swimming and diving for
several hours, a picnic lunch was heartily devoured.
Judy Wentworth and Pat Wasankari earned their
G. A. A. pin awards this year.
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The year 1957 marked the 16th consecutive year of publication of the Spartan
Gazette. Imagination might be said to be the keynote of this year's staff who
adopted the motto "Quality Instead of Quantity".
Striving to keep the superior standard of the paper were Mrs. Edens, Advisor,
and Deanna Spaulding, Editor.
At publication time the staff struggled to meet their deadlinesg Margie McLean,
Judy Huggins, and Pauline Kilmer were assigned feature articles, while the typing
was done by Barbara Marshall, Joanne Fraker and Sondra Peterson. Phyllis Lar-
son, Lois McNichols, Betty Gourley, and Sheila Homan were active in all depart-
ments. Bill Horton had the task of keeping the mimeograph machine going plus
other odd jobs.
The class spent the first semester in studying the principles of journalism, Their
first paper came out just before Christmas. Issues were seen more frequently during
the second semester.
?al:3g1,Nj1T5Pa11' :Oni Frghmyd Bill Horton, Sheila Homan, Pauline Kilmer,
Soa um ga, jtltewor mg on e Mrs Edens Deanna Spaulding, Margie McLean and Lois
p r L - y McNichols.
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Back Row: Ricky nun, waiter Streeter, Larry isaiiman, Fred Loushin, Jerry Morris, Emmett Treichel,
Bob Sorg, Craig Hunleyg Second Row: Mr. Boden, Assistant Coach, Jim Johns, Ralph Warren, Pat Stephen
son, Jack Fraker, Chris Morganroth, Jim Pace, Arve Ward, Mr. Sundg First Row, Gary Anderson, Bob
Bent, Louie Cook, Frank Smiley, Ralph Taylor, Jake Woody, Greg Ulin, Fred Hoke, John Maris.
S C H E D U L E
" 33 Neah Bay 0
" 44 Coma Lake 0
" 58 Evergreen 0
" 26 Bainbridge 19
" 19 Port Townsend 19
" 28 Sequim 0
' 7 Ocosta 6
" 26 Ilwaco 0
" 28 Neah Bay 0
Curt receiving his Honorary Captain Award. Jake 1'
The Awards Assembly presented by the F Club honored all ot the
letters in football this year.
Gridiron Awards Presente
eceiving his Inspirational Award
boys who earned
An initiation ceremony welcomed all first-year lettermen to F Club.
The climax of the assembly was the awarding of gold footballs to the following
Plllycrsz Curt Bagby, Honorary Captaing Jake Woody, Inspiration: Fred Loushin,
Best Blocker: Dick Braithwaitc, Best Defensive.
Dick, a surprised look on his face,
Fred receiving his Best Blocker Award. receives his Best Defensive Award.
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Ray, RickyHu1l, Larry Kallman, Louie
Cook, Manager Bob Sorg.
First Row: Curt Bagby, Fred Loushin, Emmett
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Back Row: Bill Trimble, John Maris, George Fraker, Dick Braithwaitc, Sonny Smith, Jack Paul.
First Row: Jim Pace, Greg Ulin, Ralph Warren, Frank Smiley, Walt Streeter. Not pictured Ted Atkinson.
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Kneelmg Gu, Ulm Fwd Hoke Rncky Hull Fred Loushm Cart Bagby Lldon Wmdle Frank bmlley
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Trmngular School Meet
Pole Vaulter High Jumper
Low Hurdler Sprinter Broad Jumper High Hurdler
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Llth Row: Jimmy Lueken, Elsie Gilmore,
Goldie Campbell, Linda Quick, Alan Kitchell,
3rd Row: Sharon Tuttle, Paula Beers, Betty
Brager. Lana Fisk, Jimmy Bishop.
2nd Row: June Gunnell, Linda Christoperson,
Mary Fraker, Rosalie Post, Donna Parker,
lst Row: Robert Swanson, Ronnie Howard,
Bob Woody, Dean Jones.
3rd Row: Wanda Millsaps, Betty Iotte, Evelyn
White. Carlotta House, Cheryl Curtiss.
2nd Row: JoeAn Bunigarner, Sharon Christensen
Linda Lee Gobin, Marilyn Lewis, Patsy Metcalf
lst Row: Ronnie Pedersen, Gordon Decker, Ion
Goakey,George Orning, Lenard Estes, Vernon An
derson, Craig Fletcher, Duke Wahlgren.
ith Row Mike Mathison Richard W asanl ari
Gary Moin1ng,st1i James K1 Lhn David Homan
3rd Row: Shirley Warren, Glenn Kino, Frank
Rogers, Gary Miles, Beth Barlow.
2nd Row: Mary Brandeberry, Sue Whitehead.
rd Row bhai on B Lkei Dianna Duiboi uw Judy
Pitts Janet Dam in Je inie Wyman hllen Miskev
Jei ilyn Wall cn
2nd Row: Judy Hayes, Vfanrla Mc5totts, Gail Cook
lst Row: Bradley Seat, Donald Gentry. Karl New
Jerry Anisdill, Marcia Mackey, Spencer Higby
lst Row: Ray Whitley, Lonnie Archiebald.Bill
lun, Ronald DeSena, Leon l-lallnian, Frank Leyendeck
Douglas Jarvis, Richard Metcalf.
8TH GRADE EAGER TO BECOME FRESHMEN
3rd Row: Jean Lohneis, Bonnie Bjornson, Ron- 3rd Row: Ralie Hoke, Robert Cooper, Ton Gron-
ald Anderson, Jake Hammond, Roger Alseth. seth, Knute Estes, Candy Fox.
2nd Row: Bonnie Crisp, Bill Beedle, Patricia 2nd Row: Sherryl Fraker, Melvin Berg. Dorothy
Fraker, Richard Mottner, Marge Marshall. Larry Homan, Glenn Penn. Patricia Leycndeeker.
Larson. lst Row: David Frank, Lorene Lewis. Kenneth
lst Row: Linda Gooding, Duane Miles, Larry Barker. Gladys Davis, Jerry King.
Earley, Rachel Breithaupt, Bert Black.
3rd Row: Kathleen Spaulding. Charles Single- 3rd Row: Beverly Hansen. Cheryl Paul. Douglas
ton, John Sviearovich. Roberta Tuttle. David Pruett. Jim Jarmen, Ronald Nobach.
Wasankari, Peter Strom. 2nd Row: Louise Moody. Penny Hill. John Mc-
2nd Row: Sharlene Slack, Sue Lund. Sharon Nichols.
Shafer. Tom Rosmond. Allen Rogers, Kenneth lst Row: Judy Morgan. Skip Johnson. Lorrie Rey
Ulin. nolds. Judy Homan. Robert Pederson. Margaret
lst Row: Martha Rosmond, Janice Seat, Bertha Rook,
Woodruff, Lana Thomas. Marianne Walker.
7TH GRADE ANTICIPATING NEXT YEAR
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Mrs. Strayer, Sth Grade Mrs. Hynes, 7th Grade
Looking ahead, we can see great promise for our high school, through the junior high
students who are preparing to move up.
The feature attraction of the seventh grade was a no-host dinner and game night for
the parents and students, sponsored by the Home Room Mothers. Fathers participated in
the games and it was fun for all.
The extra-curricular activity of the eighth grade was the production of their newspapei
"The Quillayute Packet. "
with the ever-increasing enrollment of students in the junior high, it was necessary to
add a third section to the eighth grade.
It is hoped that the freshmen of l957-58 will prove to be a great contribution to the
Forks High School.
FUTURE SPARTANS SHOW GREAT ABILITY
1'h1rd Row Terry Tufts Vernon Anderson Tom Berentson Ralxe Hoke Bob Woody Coach Mr Hutthmson
beeond Row Kenny Ulm Allen Ketehel bpencm H1gby Fr.1nkRogc,rs Ronme Howald Duke Wahlgren Art
Fust Row Ronnle Peterson Russell Woodruff Bob Henry Wayne Ray Danny W11l1ams G01 don Wlndlt Jlm
Forks Junxor Hxgh Spartan Pups won two and t1ed one 1n the1r 1956 football
schedule, beatmg the Port Angeles Teddles two games 21 to 7 and 13 to 7. They
f1X11Sh6d up the season wxth a 0 to 0 t1e agalnst Sequlm.
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Glen King. Jim Pitt, Manager Rafie Hoke.
Front row: Russ Woodruff, Wayne Ray, Bob Henry, Rene Davis, Gordon Windle.
The Forks Junior High Spartan Babes ended their 1956-57 basket-
ball schedule with u 5 to 5 win-loss record.
Their schedule included such teams as West Bremerton, Sequim,
Port Angeles, Clallam Bay, Quilcene, and Neah Bay.
Wayne Ray was the outstanding player for the Spartan Babes
throughout the season.
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Best of Luck to the CLASS OF 1957- From-
THE NEW YARDSTICK
B P O E NAVAL LODGE 353
Port Angeles Washmgt on
N I N K E S
Congratulatxons to all of you
Your Conven1ent Home
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'Bring all your clothes to
Phone Fr 4 2270
Indian Trading Post
"The farest West Grocery
in the United States"
Phone Fr-4-3439 Lapush Wash.
Best Wishes to the Class of '57
ff A V C IT Y C ASH MARK E T
A Quality Meats 81 Friendly Ser-
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Port Angeles, Wash.
QQ 108 1X2 West Front Street
, r Hotel, Restaurant Sz Ships Supplies
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THE BEST TO THE CLASS OF '57
FORKS DEPARTMENT AND VARIETY
Only nature can produce the living fibre---Wool
Muriel and Del Huggins
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BERT PAUL SON
CLASS OF '57
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CONGRAT l..A'rloNs TO CLASS OF '57
FORKS STATE BANK
Member Of Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
INSURE IN SURE INSURANCE
BEST wisp-iss 'ro CLASS 0 57
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coNGRA1'un.A'r1oNs 'ro THE CLASS OF '57
LOCAL 23 -so I. w. A. -c. 1. o.
218 EAST FIRST STREET
PHONE 5768 PORT ANGELES, WASHINGTON
NRM, is A AFTER
HURD TRANSFER COMPANY
OWNED, AND OPERATED BY PENINSULA TRUCK LINES INC,
MOVING, STORAGE, AND DAILY FREIGHT SERVICE, TO AND FROM
SEATTLE, PORT TOWNSEND, SEQUIM, PORT ANGELES, TO POINTS
WEST OF' PORT ANGELES, YOU NEED THIS EXTRA SERVICE, AND
WE NEED YOUR BUSINESS, PLEASE ROUTE ALL MOVING, STORAGE
AND FREIGHT VIA THESE LINES, A PLACE WHERE YOUR BUSINESS
IS APPRECIATED, OFFICES IN SEATTLE, PORT TOWNSEND, PORT
ANGELES, AND WARNER GARAGE, IN FORKS,
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