Forks High School - Spartan Yearbook (Forks, WA)

 - Class of 1959

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JL' I if ' C Vyx s i li .D LSOWWYD 33 -A gpwivf-2G35 Nu' f-5.4 K.-s I .3 -mind 'dl' ROBERT HALL University of Washington L'.5. History, Junior Eng- lish, Contemporary Prob- lems, Visual Aids, Senio Class Advisor. DENNIS RATH Washington State College Football Coach, P. E. and Health, General Business, General Math, Sophomore Cla-is Advisor BILL KN.-XPP Western Washing- ton College of Ed- ucation. Shop, Jun- ior Class Advisor. " 'Q I' JON C. ERICKSON University of Washington Basketball Coach, Algebra, I.ctterman's Club Advisor. l VERNEDA L, SIDWE LL Eastern Washington College of Education. Public Speak ing, English, Debate and Speech, Sophomore Class Advisor. HARVEY 'I'. KING State Teachers College, Mav- ville, North Dakota, Uni- versity of Montana, Missou- la Montana. Photography, World History, Freshman Problems, Testing and Guid- ance, Annual Advisor, Senior Class Advisor. 1'-it 1'-'ffl . Our A nd 1 acuity 5'rier1ds CARL MUNSISN Pacific Lutheran College liiologgy, Drivci' 'l'1'11lHlIlLL, Gcncral Scicncc, Freshman Class .'XflvisoI'. LOUISE KING State Tcachcrs Collcgc, Mayville, North Dakota. Typing I and ll, Hcalth and Physical Education, G. A. A, A clvisor, Ncwspapc- 1' ,Xrlvi Sor. --at i ROBERT OLIVER BYRRE LL Eastern Washington Collcgu of Education. Gcomctry, Atl vuncccl Algebra, Physics, Chemistry, Trigonomctry. G-:Qu JAMES S. MYHRE Montana State Collcgc, Bozeman, Montana. COHtCI'llD01'H1'Yp1'OlJ- lcms. .pf I I c 'R JOHN LLOYD Cnntl al Xkablun ton Collage of Education Music CHARLES CANSINO Colorado Statc Collp-Qc, Grec- lvv, Colorado, lfnivcrsity of Gua- clzilajum, Mexico. Spanish Qu. MRS, I. PRICE School Bozircl Clerk lNIARGI'IiIiI'I'I-I CORKIIAI. Iowa State Collcgc, Amos, Iowa. Home lic- ommiics, Jimioi' Class .Xnlx'i5u1', Girls' Club Aclx' i sur. LICNA .X. l'l.Xli'l'Gl-I University ul' XX'1isliinu,'ton . I,iin'L11'iun. JILAN ICIJICNS Wzisliiiiagtuvi Stutc Collcsgc. I- iwsliiiiaizi linulisli, Sliortliziml, li-mwlilwvpiiwg, Girls' Cuiiiisulfw, Ilonoi' S110 ,Xilvisoiy iciy .Xclx'i5o1', PL-pClL1Im MRS. R. JOHNS High School Svcrctziry S-"25Q: Mr. Hitchcock and Family--Superintendent Admznzslra tum Your future is before you in a world of unrest. Problems must and will be solved if humanity is to continue on this globe and to your generation goes the task of solving them. International relations will be successful only to the extent that personal relations are successful. Be humble, have faith, attack life's problems with courage and enthu- siasm and proceed to a better and more vigorous existence. -ls A high school education is a foundation upon which adulthood is built. Commence- ment marks the start of the building pro- gram for adult life. Success in life depends, to a great degree, upon the objectives that are set and upon the effort expended to attain those objectives. Success in life cannot be measured by wealth or high position. Therefore, set realistic goals that are truly worth the effort to achieve. Congratulations to the class of 1959. X 9 ff! Z J ' 4 nw "fi I - ill I' , -' Q ' " f'W,!'Q751q .- KW f , 7 BUS DRIVERS- Mr. Munson, Mr. Patterson, Mr. Hudson, Mr. Johnson, 1 Mr. Roche, Mr. Elnerhard, Mr. Maxfield. f C2 cz, COOKS- Mrs. Dodge, Mrs. Hulbert, Mrs. Lua ffforts af Sifira Help Apprccia led -.-.-Q 6 4 . Cl'S'I'ODlANS- Mr. Heatliers, Mr. Quick, Mr. Patterson. The annual staff on behalf of the student body would like to express their appreciation to the extra help for making the school year more enjoyable. .I H loud 43130 HONG? Q O SCHGCL Q D m 2 40 'P Q9 xv QQ- C -4 CGTAPP -1. -1-. i .. H Y"- '1 ,A -r 'UO Q X iw 5 4 , FRESHMEN - liz. Zig' .3 ,. . , . as .x lln- future' vluss of '62 was uclvisvfl in their QQ, Q' - Q sl yt-nr of high sr-huol hy Vlr. Unrrm-ll unll Xlr. h!llIlSl'Il. The- lfrc-sl1nwn wvrf- we-I1-onus-41 hy thc- Sophnnvorvs who gnu- il party in tht-ir honor. l,ffauling: thvm through lhvir first yvur was Pre-sirlvnl. livn l lin: X im' Prvsiflvnl. Hnhvrtu Vlqutllvz Sl'f'l'0lZll'y. Bonn f risp: Vlvrvalwllrvr. l.influ Howling: and Slmlvnl flnllrwil Rr-pre-svntuliw-s, vrry Uilnmra' :mtl Pal I,1'yt-11111-1'l.1'r. Une- of the IVR-1-ehnu-n's first rvmlmy-nlzlhing projvcls was svlling pop, r'ol'fc'1'. unnl c-uncly hnrs al use-aignvml galnvs. I2 'fdag -" .I Q i -xl I , '51 5, if ' 1 12, ,-' ,. 'Y I' an f ax. 'ff ' Y I 553 3 7' ' ' 1 rf!! M , W , L5 Roger Alseth Rachel Bre1thaupt 'Y' BOUUIG CFISD ,,.-f Jerrx Gxlmore L ff Tvler Hobucket V -ec: ,,,-9 Ronald -Xnderson 1 Q Gay Campbell Gladvs Dax IS Llnda Goodmg Raff 19 Hoke u ' 1 , ,v' -- H, Q' 1 A I A v Q -1 y Ken Barker Bill Beedle John Bell 'WF 'U' SORE T1m Cassxdy Ivan Cleveland F Larry In mrlex Leonard Lstos Candy Fox I I Torn Gronseth I ff Il 1 gm- Robert Gourley rem' Lorene Lexus Jcrrx Kmff Patrlcla Lex endecker lf, '20-, -- ..! 16-.i""4 Bert Black 41.7 Robert Cooper Shervl Fraker it M Roger Henrlcksen Jean Lohnexs T A . A' C , 14 -ff L mx ,- fo' an f , . 0 ' F f ' f' ' X I ' ,A 'Z 1 ' ' ' H N 1 5 'IO .iff 'Q I ,. ' " " . R 1- . , tr' 1' I K K v 9 ' P 'U :T 'L ' - N Y ' I ,ml 3 'T ' . V , Y! X 2 r me H' ,-. so . - L Q G A .21 X 1 ' ' I J +11 Q L F ' I A' , fx! - L U ' ,N J 1 M L .L '. , 4 fl- Nr ' A ,!Xk K , ' r ,I ' A V, r-'fn 5 - , - V' ' L- ' "' A' xxx E . .5 ff N n , N R 'X 5, I nf A ,. i Y ,I Sv.. .3 nl'.l 4. . kv ' t, ' ' bv f jf. I ,I . n IIA xx Duane Miles ,J -6 SH 0 CK Charlnnr Paul Q E YJY4 Louxsn Moodx 1' fx I 4 Robert Poclrrbon 45. Sh'1rlenL S1 xck Shargn Shafgr RODGITZ. Tllttlb Judy Morgan Rxchircl Mottncx .DJ Glen Pr nn Sharon Sulln an Kenneth mm I4 on Noback x Xfg Lnrx P1tt Kdthloon bp'1u1cl1n Dux 1d W'1Q'1nka11 yy G , ves BUSY Chrrxl Piul 1' A61 Jou Pruett Tom Hosmond Pate Strom Bertha Woodruff nr' , i hi x . Wm . v A v Q , ' N. . A ' 1 . , :I X N . - . V D ' 21 x x ' 1 Q 1 'A ' X H7 , ,Y T T ig f. , ff", gi- . - 'f L .I I h 5 V '- ' I Q' H. V S ... I -f ' I , I N 7 4 x , x f LP 5 3 ' - I ' Ev "" 'F W h h M " h ,x .f ff L - . , f 1' .gf . R-,V I LC he A' . .K lgfuir' I 'digg' . ' I 5 ' ' A .J . u ig - 'wr M. H ' .1 f A' ' J A 1 A Lorrie Raynolds Allen Rogers Martha Rosmond fr D- l ,- ff 8? K x ' ax' ' t Fi' -- X A ' , I H H .3 I X Y A G , .'f,,f . K I R . . l., , lv I . ' '. r. ' ' 1 01 V ht in ' 'wf , ' 2 I .H W 4' Y' " ' A , , p ' ' ' 'N 1 P-M1 Q I ,4panq,.,,MY' C Jw Q 9 5 1. I Q 1-3' ' i ,4--,x n S We aiu In an exploding and humorous end, Pigeon's dad regains his best customer, and the rumor about his opening a tea shoppe is explained and stopped. Lois and Lee are brought together by a knock- out and Biff and his girl reveal their en- gagement. Best of all, Pigeon stops "imagining" and takes a firm hold of the havoc she had wrought. The characters were: Pigeon Parker, Sybil Woodyg Mrs. Parker, Karen Braith- waiteg Mr. Parker, Tom Kelly, Janie Parker, Margaret Wardg Lois Parker, Nancy Bragerg Midge Martin, Jani James, Wilbur Jennings, Bill Paulg Lee Sum - mers, Wayne Rayg Elaine Jordon, Pat Fittsg Biff Jordon, Bob Henry, Lottie Stimson, Janie Edwardsg Virginia An,- drews, Mary Kiehlg Abbie Motherwell, Sharon Witherowg Cassie Jennings, Karen Hitch cock. 4 rgfi . . 5 ? Karen Hitchcock Homecoming flighligh is Mrs. Edens 51.44 -uf bf? 'lk I C27 'wa Q' average of 3. 2 or better to get in and a 3. 0 to stav in. Nancy Brager ' x N x 9" Two initiations were held during the school year to welcome new members into Honor Society. These students must have a ffrade Katherine Dudley Linda Christopherson IDU. O.i 11 'QW f we ,,..... 'st 'M - W ' ew' J 'Y' lb. 111 5 f -:I If I.,-DX ' Q. 1 Den1 Lynn Edens Honor aciely 's yearly Activities One of the various services was fixing the graduation pictures for the hall. Under the supervision of Mrs. 1-Iclens, they had Z1 beach party and 21 spaghetti dinner in the spring. Kathryn Henry QU? , ,.vls,A 'KN lx'-7 Paula Beers K 'F' .1 5 'Q T YN ig "'9'F".e X" ' . A in 'x ,gr ' L 4, , K V N .X " r.. 'Aff Av Fifi: Q5 f.f,-x,.a .f : ' V ' ' H4 x' s , W XVIII liar 2 Forks, Wafitifr' An uulffn ommg x Tb 012185388 I! "V ' me be Eld on W orkg .l"Lf-'- touts: 10, It , me Ulbulf V the new erm! 11111 bt! the arm 1 oouoort ofthe .dlltudonts INST!! uunbers grade Grade "Thigh school written by the high ject of Day meant me were read cation. The debaters CContinued on Page 25 have found it an informa- - tive and interesting Dates To Circle and choir are SIIDJBUU- Nov. 29--Thanksgiving vac I' 99's ob through tho yr' We would Betty as been select ew chffnrleadcr. 1-"'r"i':!lt that Be +C fi gfffj jus, 1 'ASME-,1 Ru11o1't01'S: Bxwk Row: Kixlwu Jzmicc: James I'ul"JHt Iiww: Rachel Ilriethuupt, Pzlulzx Ilm-rs, Gail Cook, Pat Fitts, Karen in--4 nb -..W 1 .- Nxmcv Br11s:e1' B1'L1iHlWl1iIL', Bznmiu Crisp. Hitchcock. lted :gmt thi-:wx cheerleading, as one of tn.. .. .,........q...4ing Docggbog- 20 Lg J'1fY',L'li' ' has done a wonderful Msmaller high schools. Christmas Vacazaa . Mrs. Editor: J Sulllvan Feature Editor: Linda Pruett I 1 - ' , y ' ' 'Ur , 2 ,I ,X ' . .Lu Q -r i . l , n v-. Q t A "gl '-' W A f .. 4 I 1 ' J liiix r, - E ' - vi E . Ei' V 2 " 1 an Ex- J. ' A K- ' 9' 4 A yy! ,X , QA Q ' A I 1 'Q L .M an ' r ,, , x 'q !f'4 5: K ,d N - if 3' 3 1 - , A If Q Q X k ' gg a 1. K 9 m rv' sl, 753 A Us E :LQ 37 N X Y 1Xv X' AN 4 . 3 3 N , Y I I x' , A VM, 4 3 . , xqx . I X' If g X 3 3 X .' ' Y 1 ,X Y' N U V K 'J V x N1 A 'H X m '1' ,H 5 N rn ' o 27 S ca ' ' 0 G' Q 'C L' ff? w 0 W , an "" no 3 ' 'N s A I o N :Q og 3' 'O S A ' 'b Q9 r-. -2' '-7 A cv N - U 'H C' Q .Q 3' - Q3 - , asf Q 2' .5 g if Q .9 QQ fi , C9 Q S fc 'v IQ fo FC CQ D: . Y 'U , Q I 2 season of 58. I LQ! .na "-lf. X. . fix A -- 5. I After cheering the F Spartans on for three years, Bev Bagby, acting on doctor's orders, was forced to resign her position as yell queen after the foofball I 'QQ "rx 2 X x N 's X N x vm' fi: 'U' V51 Y, P FIIVIS Fxght Spartans Flght to um I'1ght fan' 'md squarf. L re hum to CIELOI you on X v1ct0rx IS IU the .ur NANCY BRAG E R KAREN BRAITHWAITE SIL? L9 ' O 'Z O90 , or wloz- f' , 09 f I, ,fi fl. 5 L. ,- Pat Fitts, Assistant Art Editor and Laurel Sull' f A 't Ed'to ' hd1th Bell Assistant Copx Lditoi md Linda nan, 1 1 1 Quiel Business Ma11age1 The members met on Mondays and Wednesdays after school. The rewarding events the members enjoyed were a turkey dim1er with all the trimmings, cooked by Mrs. Holm and ll spring steak-fry at the beach, cooked by Mr. King, the advisor. Betty Pitt, Editoi QT-I. ,., un, 2 ,. ' E N ' ' au H. , , . ' V s m..--,a - . , x 3' 'V 4. 111- 4. , , ,. , , in 4 -. vw- .., pL,-,-J f 1 .nd ' lv, 3' we Q ff: 5 43' X21 'Q ,A,-,Rig l'f'uq.L af" Ruel and Vedder Fl'lqld3ll'9 CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF '59 GOOD LUCK TO THE Cl-ASS OF 59 Your Cars Best Friend" GASOLINE STOVE OIL DIESEL GREASE LUBRICATING PRODUCTS UNION OIL BOB'S AUTO REPAIR PAINTING AND BODY WORKS BEST WISHES ABERDEEN TO THE CLASS O 59 HENRY GIEST CONS PLEASE NOTE FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE OUR ELECTRONIC SECRETARY ENABLES US TO GIVE YOU 211 HOUR TELEPHONE ANSWERING SERVICE KEELEY PLUMBING HEATING AND SUPPL WE DIG FOR SEPTIC TANKS AND DRAIN FIELDS PHONE FR A 2371 FORKS WASHINGTON LARRY WINTER'S STORAGE PHONE FORKS FR 4 2779 WE SERVE YOUR AREA HERTZ RENT A CAR PORT ANGELES WASHINGTON 0 0 0 II II I as v ' O 'CUSTOM WORK DONE IN F I 9 V , . - . H H I -.: f NIE MEYER J EWELRY KING AND FOLK MUSIC CO. K AND K FINE FOOD MILLERS DEPT. STORE PACIFIC REFRIGERATION NICHOLSON'S APPAREL OLYMPIC STATE BANK SWAIN SALES CO. MATHEWS GLASS McGLENN'S FOOD WIDSTEEN'S MENS SHOP ANGELES MILLWORK ROGERS STUDIO 4' 7 THE TOGGERY WILLSON HARDWARE ANGELES CREAMERY MIELARZ FIRST NATIONAL BANK SCANLAN'S FURNITURE HAL'S MARSHALL WELLS ZOODIS KAUFMAN MILLER BROWNIS REXALL DRUGS JAMES HARDWARE HANKIN'S MENS STORE HARRINGTONS PORT ANGELES RETAIL MERCHANTS ASSOCIATION DIVISION OF' THE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE NON SOLICITATIONS 1958 I 9 CONGRATULATIONS CLASS OF '59 AUTO - TRUCK - FIRE - LIFE - BONDS FARMERS INSURANCE GROUP W, C, GELLOR W. C. GEL.l.OR AND SON INSURANCE AGENCY 220 E FIRST PHONE PORT ANGELES GL 2 2388 ' DEINES CAMERA CENTER PORT ANGELES WASHINGTON n CONGRATULATIONS FROM THE YARDSTICK YOUR COMPLETE SEQWING CENTER f ' Z 2 W FI PORT ANGELES WASHINGTON BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS OF FROM WILSON AND FERGUSON SERVICE PORT ANGELES JOHNSON AND BORK PAINTS GLASS WALLPA PE R PHONE GL 7 5333 FRONT AND LINCOLN PORT ANGELES TOM BIRKS DRUGS WHEN You BUY AT BIRKS YOU BUY FOR LESS PORT ANGELES WASHINGTON 117I- . 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'i mrfzms ' Victory The -Lth annual Homecoming, honor- ing the classes of 1925 and 1933, started out with a bang when the Honor Society put on two delightful skits. Two numbers were presented by the Trio and Nonette. The climax of the assembly was the crowning of the Queen Willa Jo Woody and King Sonny Smith. ffamecomiug I K r-bo 2 1 D ee I Ny ? v it 4 I J- .. Q ""'i-.:."'?' ic-N.. ' J-llyhlzyh is Halftime ceremonies of the victorious Homecoming game saw the introduction of the royalty and their court, Bev Bagby, Sybil Woody, Shirley Warren, and Linda Gooding. Directly after the game, a semi-formal dance was held in the old gym, decorated in pink and white with a heart as the center piece. Will Slathers' combo played for the dance. cstizfities 1031 fx! oft I 1 Edie' ' 4 1.1" 0653 Jim J olms Honorary Captain Ralph Warren Inspirational Award Jim Pitt Jim Johns Wayne Ray Walt Streeter Bill Paul Ralph Warren Gordon Windle John Maris George Fraker Sonny Smith Alan Kitchel Greg Ulin FORKS J Lmior Senior Junior Senior Junior Senior Junior Senior Senior Senior Sophomore Senior 32 37 T ,, 108 pts. 172 pts. 286 pts. 73 pts. 36 pts. 221 pts 16 pts 4 pts. 7 pts 28 pts 11 pts 20 pts Pt. Townsend Sequim Chimacum Clallam Bay Neah Bay Pt Townsend Ocosta Neah Bay Lakeside Qumault Quinault Sequim Neah Bay Moclips North River Coupeville Chimacum Clallam Bay Kings Garden Moclips Mercer Island .- We W I W X R Sz , kg, .. 'V F '4! Q" 5. . 5.50 8.60 13.60 3.40 2.30 10.50 1.00 .30 .50 1.40 .73 1.30 Wayne Ray Best Trainer 1: K Ei: Awww- Ls, I 459952 Q3 1, ffillm wxglfxw N M vkwzpgguuwf' .,,. J l.i1 is If H r1.1.,L1, Und M,uf1r,1fi, C,w.1c,.1, Ml. ILLU1, Iimmlc H0xx.111l, Huh Smlnhm, Dm frll1llX, 1,1 nm HQINIHLIII, lv hm HV, Duke Wzxlagrs,-n, CLLVI Nf'wlLm, Hula Mwlskcr. Bcut mu duclrly, eight to thu bar 5 Wc'VQ got 11 tcum th:1t's :going fur. Swing me swfar with tl I V ,, ic Joogic bcat, xv X! Y X U- 1 L xt .,ot tl team that c:m't lic bout! BLTTH BR-XGER 0 X 90 2 WILI -X JO XX OODH GAII COOK Go' Go' Go' Go' Get'em Get'em Get'em Get'em -01 r F Q O fx! E' F0 ! Tuam Team Team Team, Go! Gct'cm! Team! Z ."9 59 4 'rv J' 3 Ax 1 fl 41 J gl 'A' 0, .177 ' ffww-nvhvh vwwqrvfqwwqmu M Point KCf'fJC'l" Shirlu' XYIFIKN ituflf nt C' umcil In Irv Walken, Vice Pvc-sirhmt: Put Fitts, Prvsirlvntz ISL-tix' , Sccmtux Of x ca 1:1irm:m- linrl'1 5011. Y Jim Pitt Gail Garbrick pinky E,-wick Ralph Warren Jim Johns Walt Streeter 2: n Sonny Smith Geofge Fraker S?-, f ii -, if 'ia K 14 l- 533 1 " " 61116 Sponsnrs Pep duces The "F" Club has worked hard this year to make the pep dances successful. They also held a car wash and sponsored numerous other activities. The oiieers are Greg Ulhh Presidenm Jhn Johns, Vice-President and Sonny Snidh Secretary Treasurer. P L ,,,-'- E" Sincere thanks are bestowed to the members of the band and to their director, Mr. Lloyd, for their many performances during the football and basketball games Their performances provided for the half-time entertainment during all home games and two games away as well ? 7 L. 45- WB LS :I 1 i. -Q 'E 1 K - . Q ea C ,,"puun i W ' .NX fx E. 'E K s Q65 5 g, Tb , .n VA n 0' A? li rf if gg Ei? Q11 W? . 3 is vs Q - 'E Q Q' if Z' . . 9 , Q 3 f .Q 'P X' 'Gil X ya Hy' K i Q x 31" Q x , ' fix 1 ' ,,a. QV iw V , x 1 :Q I? ?w5'f5" g",-ww P l'1 A 15+ A f- 7541! 49' ,gi J wr 1 5, - ' f '- .gg L , if F, .? 19' V 5 i ,E 1 I' M' v W9 'X an Olympic Pharmacy 0lV3'I Rl I I I +s.., 1-1 PHONE FR 4-2231 REVLON AND COTY COSMETICS PLUS PARKER PENS CAMERAS BABY NEEDS PRESCRIPTIONS FORKS AVE AND DIVISION FORKS, WASHINGTON I-ORKS WASHINGTON OLYMPIC PRWTERY FORKS SI-IINGI.E OOMPANY INCORPORATED ALL GRADES OF CEDAR SHINGLES 120 NORTH LINCOLN BEST VVISI-IES TO CLASS OF GL. 7 5366 PORT ANGELES WASH COMP'-'MENT5 OF QUICK PRINT SOCIAL AND COMMERCIAL PRINTING II6 N LINCOLN PORT ANGELES GL 7 6316 CAVEN PLUMBING AND HEATING INC PLUMBING AND HEATING SALES AND SERVICE PLUMBING REPAIRING RAY OIL BURNERS CONTRACTING REMODELING PUMPS FAIRBANKS MORSE PORT ANGELES 226 E IST G 2 2311 APPLIANCES HOTPOINT GL 2 2343 STAR HEATING AND PLUMBING CO 6 w STH PORT ANG LES FORKS FORKS MEDICAL PHONE FR 4 2831 CENTER BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS OF COMFLIMENTS OF BESSEY S H ELECTRIC SERVICE 116 E 81-I-I PORT ANGELES RELIABLE SERVICE ON ALL MAKES OF' APPLIANCES, RADIO AND TELEVISION KALAL-OCH' WASH ,W BESSEY GL 7 6731 T ' '59 I I - l I-t - II , E 159 I K A L L A O L D ' O G ' C E D , ' - FAMILY SHOE STORE I 03 WE ST FRONT 1' CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF' 59 GL 7-4195 PORT ANGELES TAPER HEATING COMPANY HEATING EQUIPMENT AIR CONDITIONING SHEET METAL WORKS F 1 1 O HOLMERS RESTAURANT AND BAKERY I CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF I 9 5 9 PORT ANGELES WASH BROWN'S SECOND HAND STORE IO5 WEST FRONT ST PORT ANGELES WASH PHONE GL 7 4150 CAMPING AND HUNTING SUPPLIES LOGGING SUPPLIES WAR SURPLUS BRUMFIELD AND DAVIS ABSTRACT CO TITLE INSURANCE ESCROWS 114 NORTH STREET l-1 PORT ANGELES WASH gl RALPH E DAVIS PRESIDENT W AW: 2 H C CPETE7 BARROW VICE PRESIDENT! WAGNER'S I CAFE N be fl, Quiz BIRNEY S DRIVE IN CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF' I959 POOR OLD JOHN PORT ANGE LES WASHINGTON COMPLIMENTS OF DRS RICHARD AND MELVIN BONDELID OPTOIVIETRISTS PORT ANGELES WASHINGTON PORT ANGELES X . 0 W S ' X , . X 31 ' S' ' f I I N - X 1 - - - . .IAVI Z.. 1 Kennedy s Texaco Service ,ml-sf'- ldq E str. il -J, AMERICAN WHOLESALE GROCERY CO GROFFMAN'S BEST WISHES FOR THE CLASS DEPARTMENT o STORE PORT ANGELES WASHINGTON JANTZEN WHITE STAG BUCKSKIN FIRST FEDERAL FR 4 2151 FORKS WASHINGTON SAVINGSANDLOAN BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS OF 1959 ABERDEEN WASHINGTON JACK'S BARBER SHOP EVERGREEN MARKET FRANK BARR CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF '59 FORKS P 1 WASHINGTON PORT ANGELES, WASHINGTON FORKS MOTORS 24 HOUR WRECKER SERVICE WRECK REBUILDING AUTO PAINTING SEXTON AND LEWIS PHONE FR 4 2391 NIGHT FR 4 2392 FR 4 2850 , O . T -Lkxw t i' IN' , , IAILI v .1235 .UPEICAVVOZY 9' ' " ' ' Q A 8 Qi '-1 A 1 r I f - ' , A Llh P I . I 'I ,. ,,. .' 2, ' . ' 'TA lffefw f S -" I 4 , ' I A .' f-.. 4, - ...i Q... 1 , - 'gg-1 . ' I IZ T-M - I , ' I A ., F -59 - s EVERYTHING FOR PHONE FR 4 2441 LEFI.ER'S HARDWARE THE SPORTSMAN BEST WISHES TO THE GRADUATING CLASS I I I u l 4 1 I ' , I S , , 4 1 I f., ,Trim I ,' f"" ' 4 I at , , ,, . h..,......--- - N ,, Wm - 4: 1- f:-w---- FR 4-2351 FORKS, FAR WEST PROPANE LIQUIFIED PETROLEUM GAS SALES - INSTALLATION - SERVICE RANGES REFRIGERATORS CLOTHES DRYERS WATER HEATERS HEATING EQUIPMENT DOMESTIC COMMERCIAL INDUSTRIAL WASH. 'RR A Tf-Q '.L 1 Forks Grocery and Feed Company 132 FORKS AVE SO PHONE FR 4 2321 FORKS WASHINGTON I we I JN '30 . A . MH, 'a ,f 2, J , ' X igfxfri , I fff eww 5 ' ' r j? L 1 1 1 -N' ' ' yy, gig?-C 'zzlv' , ' g ff: ,ff K 'Q' 1. J 1.2 in Img, From FEBS P P in Uggifiy' XE X 'Talib' I - - O O Y , O 0 .0 Q Q 'o o 5 ' 1 Q, 0 4 pr- aff! ' Y f 5 ff 'T 1 , iv -7 .- A gf, , I - , ,, K., J , - . , 5 1 -, 3 ,jf 1, m Nancy Braqcr Karen Braithwaite Katherine Dudlex Iam Lclwards ww lift: Charles Frost fi U' Barbara Hul Ron E 1dr ed Patrlcm Fxtts Jovce Foster Carohne Garbrxck Jerlx Jermfar Tommx Kellx Jamca Janus Patr1c1a LC1bO1d Marx Kxchl Joe, Lexus Sandra Klfxhn John Unch M06 Avuualc Tho BIISY Qasfuuhlh Ln . . S Q . .M ,. f 1 , . b 1 -' . J L ., I A 2 Q - , . ' ., . M x v' JJ, 'E 2' ' os ,Ib - 4. ' , I . . f' ' N. xg, X X X N-- ., I ,f V , A" 1 T ' y 7, 'R 'Zn' 1' f- l 7 y .4 l P Lois Hallman Robert Henry Karen Hitchcock 1 V , V , LS 5 V4 at '1 1' 'I s XJ ' " . , ' g ' 1 W' ' 1 1 . J l 'Il f 4 1 g 1 -iv I uv x- ' 1 t 1 . K ' xx ! Q X T I ' ' 7X X' , px A x ,V R F :jf A 1- ? ' ' ' 2- 'Ii , .5 . , "'7 is 1 W ?: I ' x 7 "3'7"'Q GW .ev 2 5 , :G ' N . , Q -v 0 P1 'ir' ' K gg, J X x 7 ' , Judy MCC05' Wilbur Meng Xnine Miller Barbara Murphy Karol Ixewlun Elmer Parker B111 Paul Jlm P1tt Wayne Ray Carol Ann Reynolds -5' in A 9 wi Mar1etta Raymond Terry R050 Gordon XK xndle W 5.x X 5"'7no more Marvlvn Stephenson Doreen Tuttle Nancy Walters Margaret Ward Crvstal Warner Russell Woodruff Sharon Wltherow Sxbxl Woody ip 427 Q , x A 'V 6 ' I I A I - x ' ' vi Jw. X X ...f ' f " , ' K . . 7 I nf- I l 1 .Y Y ,, . ,, , xx l I K 4 ' Q ' ' ,.. ' I9 ' I t ! 7 ,N .L ' ' rn. 3 - , -..K 3 ' f f I .W .N 0 . j - Q 1 L If , V4 '- -j .- , ,. 1 V V 4 11 t Q . I , Q q ' EE? f e 'L ll ly 5 l Z. X ' ,zxgr M -v -vr ' :1 A Mhz ' I ' .Y N. when x 3"f?1,,.. , -.nfl . ,4 . . ,,,...,,........N-- .J..,.,.4qcf-- ...nv -nw- T , ,,......, .V 5 .5,gg.......-W-A I 1. ' 543. , 5?- ,P'. 91 ga. fn 11" Nov.-4' -,". .fn f' .Ls xv' use f i 2, .IES H .K 4 ,9 4 .Q ' ,vm- i ,rf 4 " , 59 1' vf,jf?'x gl Q ,P .x 'Wi' . , N 4 55 f Ig 4 ' ,4,", "' . .' K ' -V1 , wg. i 1 ,qv . " J ff' O Sharon Kczyus Over Wht gg I g S 1 G1I1gFSh g W T kts Rylty Cnt B E 1959 Harmml I 'ax l E, use C ARNIVAL :vt s-Zag some 1 V Y 0.0 ' x E, yy -. L I R fly '0- n '5' L9 'Er If 417' 'Nl I 3 n 0 X x X X R .15 X I P X'f ml' ' X fi" f Reigning over the carnival royalty was the Sophomore candidate, Sharo The Senior candidate, Mary Waters was secondg Junior candidat ' Sharon Witherow, thirdg and Freshman candidate, Lorrie Reynolds, fourt and the amount of money collected by the Sophomores broke all previous records. The carnival was held in the old high gym on March 14, 1959, with gam and prizes for young and old. The 1959 carnival was the most successful in the history of Forks Higv ?'t . ,- I ff fl li? X 1 S -il .- aww ' " ,- :gr l X L l X I - N N A I I-fxf'.A'.An I 'ks N 1,1 :x 3- .yt ' f. 4 : 1 a Q AEQZA lllzuhw YV 'N 9 ...ah X i.. . 0 .K 4 Wi . -fix ,J A.. "yn ' f 1 Sonny Smith Wxilt Streeter Jim Johns Dzile Erwick Jim Lucken Jerry Gilmore Kathryn Henry Kathleen Suuve Glenndia Gilmore Bonnie Crisp Linda Christopherson Elsie Gilmore Shirley Warren Loi 1 ic Reynolda, 62 -E' -1 K' ffm' N Michael Szmdorffy Colonel RlltlYlilI1j' Ferenz Horlioy Gila Radvizuiy Jzinku Toni Teleki Mitzi Mrs. Gyurliovies Kutinka Ellzi Terku Liza Suri lx 11 1 -Q ,, ,J-. flO9a, ...pumps Q j,:.:tr- . 30. A nv-I 00: , tilrfxtrr lf, 1 ns:-anxnll:::l 1 -'gns2252.....'-, , N.-41-...-1.1-,, :nn-se.1,..g,,. I 1 f-,JIU snuns.-may A' l.'J'4i'1'Q4 llxlvlff .t... . svgfqf' nu., !',,3!f" ' 'uv' MII ug: X on , I . ng ps to .ng- ll an .- ll 1 : ur 5 A rf'v4 l Presented on April 24 was the All-High Play comedy, "Seven Sisters". -- if Q.,-'if' 2,1 ' fe, , A widow follows the "old custom" of marrying off her daughters in order of uge. Mitzi, u bewitching little minx, falls for a lieutenant and together they set out to get her three older sisters married so she too can be married. , V ' Her romance is threatened, but matters adjust themselves and the lieutenant X I 1 claims his reward. if 4 0 9 ' I 1 x 2 K ' I I 1 I XX . 1 f . Y : ' 1 V 1 E I I Q 1 I ai 0 QX 63 Strains af Music 91011 Deni Edens - Timpani, Ron Nobach - Coronet, Ronnie Anderson - Coronet, Janet Fletcher - Trumpet, Dale Ulin - Trumpet, Jim Lucken - Trumpet, Doreen Tuttle - Cymbals, Bob Sorg - Trumpet, Linda Quick - Bass Drum, Gary Miles - Trombone, George Orning - Snare Drum, Duke Wahlgren - Baritone, Sandy Atkinson - Clarinet, Rachel Breithaupt - Clarinet, Pat Leyendecker - Clarinet, Ellen Miskey - Clarinet, Sharon Witherow - Saxaphone, Kathryn Henry - Alto Saxaphone, Cheryl Paul - Flute, Martha Rosmond - Flute, Shirley Warren - French Horn. f X CHORUS Highlighting the Chorus activities for the past year were the Christmas and Spring con- .E certs. There were special night practices once a week, when possible, in order that more stu- J dents interested in singing would have an opportunity to sing and participate in the con- certs. Two groups were organized this year: the nonette, consisting of four sopranos, three second Sopranos, and two altos, and a trio-- Kay Henry, Barbara Hull and Katherine Dud- ley. These groups performed for P. T. A. groups and various other organizations. tu? 5 4 6 JI 64 V4 U1 ouglz Qork fi W1 Hall ..v sm' ir- S 'N 1 . ,A b ii SBI ,A rl-My i Back Row: Wilbur Meng, Darel Maxfield, Dean Jones, George Fraker, Wayne Haag, Robert Henry Gordon Windle, Ralph Warren, Robert Sorg, Norman McCann, Bill Trimble, Ron Fisk, Wayne Ray, Ron Howard Robert Pederson. Second Row: Linda Christopherson, Joyce Foster, Ruth Hunley, Betty Brager, Paula Beers, Shai on Tuttle Doreen Tuttle, Marilyn Stephensen, Marietta Raymond, Dorothy Haag, Lana Fisk, Karol Neulun Karen Hitchcock, Bonnie Crisp, Anine Miller, Martha Rosmond. First Row: Ellen Miskey, Katherine Dudley, Marilyn Lewis, Willa Jo Woody, Sybil Woody, Barbaia Hull Kathryn Henry, Kathleen Sauve, Deni Lynn Edens, Margaret Ward, Cindy Holm, Glenndia Gilmore Pat Fitts, Nancy Brager, Janice James, Marcia Mackey, Mary Waters, Crystal Warner, Accompanist, Mr. Lloyd, Conductor. Sandra Green. 65 'U fI""" fgggffw .-,MW -W MFE. ,riff . .- A , iw Cu' X Y , 9 1 x Jerry Gilmore 1 i -,--"' T' 5 Q 1. The student council is made up of the following officers: president, vice president, sec- retary and treasurer. These are elected by the student body as a whole. Class represent- atives and organization repre- sentatives are chosen by the clubs and classes individually. vw' 9 fe Q P i . '-, 1,4 its ':"" , .Y A. I fr . hi d ,brett Qin: A Mg, V' fu Af 2 ff.-, , 9 .Iliff 'vw ef - K' 1-5:4 3 . , . ,f ,MA -, Faint I5 'WR T T' .. -. A Q., I4Q11:.. aN QQ- it P . 1 ki. 5 . H s .9 JIM PITT 1 Pole vault and high jump -f..4 -,fl . ' 4 -42 .f . .' us. ' . , f .1 -W' N "' ' s . ' r N 'III -DUKE WALGREN 1, Low and h1ghhur'd1es - J 'ii JIM KLAHN 'Mile 1 .q CRAIG FLETCHER '- - 9 P'x ' s I , -f ' ' BILLLMEISNBR A f ,W ,,. K, 1 -51,1 ' ' - 'Q :M O, fgsk- - ' V 'A A 'V I -, -Ar. -A-on -yi Mrk 1. - -.. . E ' , 'aj 94-,g K S . DQN GENTRY, -f f b QDEAgg1,roN1Qsr, -, , f. ' . ', 0 A . ,-.12 ' 'fx' ,,, . - -Q Managefs ' Q '- 4 Jiifvlm . ,5 Q J, r- X .nl mv, .. A ,11foIe'3fau1fr':Q 1.4. K ,1 T! ' iqgf, I ' V f 'ef' ,s 5 .. Y. 4- ,. ,. , -cf.. X. Monmyrcsifgi ' Discus M IV M ' 't,,.f44L. i . y, f '. '.L -'ff'-"+L ' x A , ,---N -, ff -51 - w f ? .. ,.:., ' ff: FT' -'V , we-fy. A-'J' , , . . . , , . . ,BO HENRY N .. ' if ' -.. 'bn ,fM1l5a.,- -Q f 77 6 x X , .1 555 '25 I 1 ff , Z I , , ,I , 1: fy 5 . . . 2 3 A if 1" Ni Nia 3 N t ' x Q XXXX X X XX 0 exflm 0 Y, A QW ,.:,ll .QA B e if A '-- .Q 9 X -QW Wax NXWXV " Bewilclerecln The little dzirlin' Grew up -r ight Fitts sim r L "Sheik" Hallman 'S 4 4 1 -gg, Bathing Beauts Slumber parties really clon't require sleep. Classes ? "Lover Boy" Streeter meets "Man 70 Killer" James. K! CML. '93,-,9 QI SIDNEY GLASSO Pacific Luthern College Trigonometry and English junior High Qaculfyyg h 'L .7 ...- FORREST H. SIDWELL W, S.C. , Pullman, Washington English, Social Studies and Science 71 Z 82,195 9 -g,gL 141. ll -22: Q-an --sv ELLEN HYNES Central College of Education Health, Math, and Art if uf' , 1 ., str." 5' M X 'K -al , . V53 3,5 ,.,,!,- Y 1 ' . .slag uv M A ,..- Aw Forks Forks Forks Forks , . ,. Gr' .'0' ll Back Row: Ron Nobach, Larry Dawkins, Kenny Barker, Tim Cassidy, Doug Pruett, Richard Mottner, Glen Penn, Bob Gourly, Bill Beedle, Raffie Hoke, Roger Alseth, Ivan Cleveland, Jerry Gilmore, Larry Nobach, Jim Brink. Front Row: Tommy Christopherson, Bruce Thomas, Mike Perry, Dale Ulin, Daryl Smiley, Mike Dawkins, Kenneth Rollins, Douglas Woodruff, Ronnie Woody, Larry Hull, Kenny Ulin. 6 13 13 T Jr. High Cheerleaders: Roberta Tuttle, Judy Morgan, Louise Moody. large Cuff Curnou! 41,.l S'-L Roosevelt Roosevelt Sequim Sequim ts nv-Y hm I . wir 1 I' x... Larry Nobach, Laverne Millsaps, Larry Dawkins, Jim Brink, Dale Elin, Daryl Smiley, Mike Perry, Ronnie Woody, Wziynu Lewis. J Q Q X1 X v WI Larrw hwulx, DLIJIIL Milrs, Lflmn Pgnn, R1LlmrdMottner, 1.4115 Thomas, B111 Bnulln, IXLllLl1I1. ENOS DISTRIBUTING EEST TO THE CLASS OF '59 520 E FIRST PORT ANGELES WASHINGTON TONY ENOS KING AND FOLK MUSIC BEST OF LUCK TO THE CLASS OF' V59 MRS CONRAD PORT ANGE LES WASHINGTON CONGRATULATIONS O THE CLASS OF '59 OLYMPUS A FINE HOTEL EASY RATES no EAST FRONT ST PHONE GL 7 3331 HUGH HANNA IVIGR PORT ANGELES WASHINGTON li Q' 11' PEOPLE S BUSSING OFFICE SUPPLY VICTOR ADDING MACHINES ROYAL X7 TYPEWRITERS I I f STORE x, .5 Z1 SALES SERVICE SUPPLIES GL 2 7122 I26 W FIRST CONGRATULATIONS X TO THE CLASS OF '59 if i' PORT ANGELES WASHINGTON SHOCKLEY S SERVICE AND REPAIR BEST WISHES TO CLASS OF U59 PHONE GL 7 9939 8TH AND CHERRY PORT ANGELES, WASHINGTON PORT ANGE LES AL'S CYCLE SHOP THE EIVIERY L COTTON PROP SCHWINN BIKES CRAFTS AND HOBBIES PHONE GL 7 6383 PORT ANGELES, WASH I T PORT ANGELES WASHINGTON ' I I 'Q -.. we K I ,J - ..-' T 1 ' -1' , p K 5 511 aff 6 '... , al P' - Gif I 2 f- I 5 f ' l L. O. MADISON REALTY CO. S Y D T O Z I E R INSURANCE AGENCY 821 EAST IST ST. PORT ANGELES, WASHINGTON OFFICE PHONE 8 5 9 3 CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF V59 RON BUCK SALES 713 EAST IST ST. I-Iorv1EI.ITE CHAIN SAWS SALES AND SERVICE 124 WEST IST STREET MERCURY OUTBOARD PORT ANGELES WASHINGTON GLENCOURT 7-8811 PORT ANGELES, WASH - I RUBY BEACH OCEAN RESORT GRAYS HARBOR BRANCH THE NATIONAL BANK OF COMMERCE CABINS ON THE BEACH ROUTE ONE CLEARWATER WASHINGTON PHONE 820 A M LANDBERG VICE PRESIDENT TT SINGER SEWING MACHINE COMPANY AND MANAGER SINGER SLANT O MATIC SEWING MACHINES ABERDEEN VACUUM CLEANERS SALES AND SERVICE WASHINGTON ' I 208 SO BROADWAY ABERDEEN WASH PHONE 396 314 FORKS AVENUE P FORKS ay and uve Foods f' Aga .2 ,Kr-!"""'9' 2 A' 'A' "U-I--.U imdb 'Q j R' -a'q-R EVERYTHING IN FOODS SELF SERVICE MEAT REFRIGERATED PRODUCE COMPETITIVE PRICES BEST WISHES CLASS OF 1959 ' . OI "HIL s 1 ss f, 'N 4 ' 1 . T. ' C 8 I I- - I 2 I O 05 .. xx lg ll' - I . ,r . 1' - ,kg-,, . 4 ' 'PI ' A ' f'- . ' V' ' 'I' I . 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'I 1 126 E, FRONT ST, PORT ANGELES, VVAASH , ' ST' I I I I I I I I QI Q L 4 9 A 1 W . . LITTLE - HOLNI TIRE COMPANY EEST WISHES EOR THE c1..ASS OE 1959 DELUXE CLEANERS -- 3I0 EAST FIRST STREET PHONE CITY MARKET FR 4--2429 IN ' FORKS 'x- 2 PORT ANGELES, WASH. f- 2 RALSTON INSURANCE AGENCY N . V GL 7-6393 SPECIALIZE IN AUTO-TFU',.K-CASUALTY-LlFE- L", FIRE-MARINE-BONDS 5 EAGLES BLDG, GL. 2-232I PORT ANGELES, WASH P E N N E Y S MIDDLETON MOTOR PORT ANGELES, WASHINGTON PARTS COMPANY CONGRATULATIONS TO CLASS OF '59 DR. T. D. MUNKEBY OPTOMETRTST 519 SOUTH LINCOLN PORT ANGELF,fS,WASHINGTON GL 7-4466 PORT ANGELES,WASH. GL 7-8831 F DELL AND DON'S QUIX SANITARY SERVICE SAFETY REMINDER... CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF 159 SL.OW DOWN AND GET THERE SOONER. PHONE FR 4-3659 BEST WISHES FORKS, WASHINGTON TO THE CLASS OF' '59 145 ZND AVE. N,E, WK, 2 if if 1 X X Q 1 11 X If X Z I X! f , , . X 'ff l x -' N ' x Z E5 "' - gg, "' aj,-, ... - S.!'-7-'J ,I gc- A .2113-' . 11 . Z' 4 ... 3 I f .ff ,f " iq M' 4- 0 ff 'TP ul- X'- 'QQ- I , . 3, p W cd I IJI.-XXI: l.l-Il-ISI-I IIROXVNING "P:1ssnn lzul:-5, I'm III1lI'I'Ii'1l. H Xnnuul Siziff Business Manag- I-rfIgGi1'ls'Cluli 1, 2' Pi-p Clull Q I. J. .. ,f mp, 5 i m v qv im I -, sl? AV -Q-fr fi Q NORMAN D.-Xl.If ERVVICK "Why should I worry wlwn I always luivc an oxcusc. " Baskvtlvzill INI:1m1gi-1' 2, 3, 4, Footlnill 3, I". Clulu 3, 4: Jun ior Play 3. .-XII High Play 3. lCIlI'l'H JO.-XNNIC Blilil, "'l'winklu, twinkle, ugocs hcr S,fXNlllI.l -IICWICI, ATKINSON "lied haiir, but nuti-n1p91'." Studi-nl Council JS, lg IM-lizitv 2, 1-vc, who wc wnnrlvr is thc- Lf 3, -lg Girls' Clulm 1, Z,Il, lg Ilun- linti-roll from Port Angelus Jig or Socim-ty 2,23,-lg Pi-p Club I, Junior Playg ,Xnnunlg Girls' Z1 Ilunil l, 11, l1ClIUI'll532 .X,S. Club 3, -I. B. 'liuzisurci' -Ig Juniux' Play 3. 1 in I3l'fYlilil.Y VI. ISAGIEY "Hu has mv lic-:nrt but I lmvc his Final. " S1 urlm-nt Cwuncil I, 2,3,'1g ,X, S, ll. Vim' Presi- rlm-nl 113 .X, 5.15, l,1'L'5I1lL'lll 13 Clu-L'1'lL-zimlvl' 2,II, bl: NL'XN'Sll1Ill1'I' Iiililoi' 43 Honor' Society 2, 3,-Lg Girls' Clulv l,2,Il,igP1-ywCli1lm l,2,3,-lg Junk im' Play ZS: Homvcoming Princess 1: G. A..-X. I,12. Q vm A '05 DENY LYNNIZ IQDIQNS "I'm not vvry important, but hold tliu univcrsu tmfutlu-x'. " Chorus 3,-43 Banrl 1,43 PL-p Clin, l,Z,3,'1g G,,x,.x, z,:s,-4 Honor Sncim-ty 2, 3, 13 Honor Souix-tx' Pri-siclcnt sl: -Iuniui' Play: Dcliulv 2,3. if I X 1 7! I f. , QA , Q., M 1 GEORGE AI.I.ICN FII,-XKICR "Block that Kick." Footlxill 3, -1, IIIIS-liI'Ill1lll 13 I' Club 3, 'Ig All High Play 3, Jun ior Play 3: RONALD D. FISK "I just :lon't unclorsmncl tliusv teachers. " Annual btaff, Art I-Irlitor 3,,I. Q W: ,1 vs-fy 'ff' lt, JUDY ANN GUNNISLL "Diamonds ure l1glI'l'S best friend. H G, A,A. 1,21 Junior Playg Cur- nival Queen lg All High Play 33 Girls' Club 2, 3. -QQ GAII. l., GARBRICK SANDRA ANN GOSSAGE GRl'Il'IN "I agree with the person who "Never L1 dull moment. " agrees with me. " Girls' Club l,2,3g Pep Club 1, l"00ll1llll 39 l". Club 3, 4: 2,3,-lg Junior Plziyg School P11- pei, Co l.d1to1 3, f,ll01L15-l, l C:1rnivzil Queen Czindidzite 35 t ?4"'ik" 5 GLICNNDIA JEAN GILMORE "I hes, to differ with you. " Debate 2,3, 41 Girls' Club 2, 3, Girls' State 3g Newspaper Assistant l-lflitor -lg Junior Play 3, .-xii High Play 3. DIANA LEE HANSEN "Package of smiles. " Pep Club 1,29 Girls' Club 1,2, 3. ff'- K-XTHYRIN -XIVXI HI NRE I'hz.rz. s a little bit of bid in exerx ood little gir' . G.A,A. 1,2,3,'lg Pep Club I,2,3,'lg Girls' Club 1, 2,31 Honor Societv 2, 3, 4g School Pa- per, Art Editor 3g Homecoming Princess 2g Junior Playg ,-X. S, li. Secreturyg Chorus 3,119 Band 1,2,4g Debate 4. w A WAYNE VICTOR HAAG "Whv worry, it 'll probably never happen. " Chorus 4. av.. Q., -36. I. f""f: ' Q ' l'7"q,,3'f. CYNTHIA RUTH HOLM "I talk, I laugh, and if neces- sary I work. " Girls' Club 1, 2, 3, -1, President 4, .Xnnual Staff 3,-1, Photoagrnph- er 4, G. A. A. 1,2,3g Junior Plui 35 Debate 2,3,4g Pep Club 1, 2, 3 -lg Girls' Club Award 2, 3, 43 KENNETH E. LANDRY "Life is just one darn thing after another. " Honor Society 3. fa JOHN A LIZERT MARIS "Why lift my feet when I'm able to draq them. " Football 2, 3, -ig I". Club 2, 3, 43 Basketball 4. JIM JOHNS PATRICIA KI..-XHN "Where tht-rt-'s Il will thcri-'S "'TiS not qllilfilify but quality a way. " that counts. " Football 2, 3,-1, fsnskeuiaii z,3, Gir1s"C1ub l,2,3,4g Pep Club 4g F. Club z,3,4, All High Play 1.2: Junior Play- 3g Senior Ball Chairman 4, :iff Y . Z 5 't4,'SA'. o ' "' .- 5 " . T I 1.-..".f..-.a,f. PAUL I., JOSEPH "Few words, but deep thoughts. " Circulation Manager of School Paper 3. NORMAN DON MCCANN Studx in c.Lrt.11nlv interfered with my high ,L-zlff I. , fbi- ' at-tv at, 'R - -E .-'iyf 1 it , Av A nk. Y. U, H I, . -. . School education. " Entered from Lincoln of Tacoma -4. L JOHN R. LOHNEIS "School would be fun if you didn't hzivc to go. " Annual Photographer 4. I NI "Q-1" BETTY PI'I"l If talk were moncv she c it rich. Pep Club 2,3, 43 Girls' Club 2, 3, 4: G.A..'1., 2, 3: Honor Soci -A 33 Annual, Co-Editor 3, Editor N., '5 FRANCES MARIE SMILEY " You can :ilwziys tell xi Senior, but you c:in't toll livl' niuch. " Honor Society Z, 231 llvbute II l, 2,3gGi1'ls' Club I,2,3, l, Pop- eorn Chziirniun Il: 'li-p Club lg Girls' Club Awzwil 2, 3: Jr. Plav. ff SQL, 1. CARRIE LINDA SMITH "She sees and hears :ill but says nothing. " Pep Club 1, Zg Girls' Club 1, 'P LINDA NACHI-Il.LE PRl,'lf'l"l' "Win :iiu't they :ill content lilu- I uni. " Annuul Stuff Il, lg School Duper, l-'ezitiirir Editor 3,49 Girls' Club l, 2, 3: Pep Club 1,25 All High Pluy 3. -I WILLIAM A. SMITH "Sometimes wise, most times otherwise. " I-. Club 3,43 llootbzill 3,13 Junior Play 3g All High Play 3, llziski-tbzill 4. 'Cl -ll-1 ROBERT D, SORG "When studies interfere with my sports, I :lrop sports. " School Paper, Sports Editor 3, Football 2,31 F. Club 2,3,'lg Truck 3, Chorus 3, lg Band 3, l. 86 XKZX l.'l'l'f li li. STR li If 'I'l'Ill "I liaive no objections to study' ins, if thi-rn-'s nothing else to do. I". Club 2, 3,41 Junior Prom King: 3, Junior Prom Chaiirmxin 3: Boys' State Sly Junior Plan: Football Z, -lg Buski-tbull Ji, -lg Chorus 4, Truck 2. rib , lyw' f Q, I LAURAL LEE SULLIVAN "While the cat's away, the mouse will play. " Entered from Montesano 4g Annual Assistant Art Editor 4, School Paper, Art Editor 4, Girls' Club 4. DIA N 'X Q Ii IRENE XVITHEROW s "Quiet in ll friendly way. " - Band Girls 3. WIL "I d0n't dislike girls, I just like boys better. " Annual Staff 3, Co-ljditorg G. ,x.fx. l,2,3, ig Pep ciuh l,2,3, 41 Girls' Club l,2,3,4g Junior Pluyg Chorus -lg Cheerli-ailer l,2,3g Pop Club I, Z,23,-lg ' Cluh l,2,3g Junior Play RALPH Cn. VNARRILN F. Club 2,3,4g B1lSkCtl7ll1I3,'iQ Football 2,3, -15 Track 33 Chorus 3,4. "I've plenty of umhitiong I just keep it hidden'I KATHLEEN SAUVE Entered from Aberdeen 45 Chorus 4. VVILLIAM A. TRIMBLE "You name itg he'll do it. " Football Manager 43 Junior Pluyg All High Play 3: Chorus 4. LA JO WOODY 43 Homecoming Princess 33 Hon iecominq Quc-on 4. MARY LOUISI-I WATERS "I cion't think of men :ill the timeg sometimes I'm :isis-ep. " Entcrvrl from Yvlm Hiqh. Chorus -13 Copy licli tor, .Xnnunl 41 Girls' Club -1. U3 Q75 Q? X 1 GREGORY V., ULIN HIfSllCIICCWk'I'x'!UI1ll'II, l'fl never ht- rich. " I". Cluh3,Ii,,1: Honor Society 2,3,-1: Boys' Stxiti-3: Sc-nior Class pI'L'SIfll'l1I 1: Football 3,41 Junior Play 3: 'l'l':1ck Man- ager 2,3: All High Play 3. ld 'ff' 1:Ix!1, hx: 'A K fs, ik .', . , N! ,4 u fag raphs M W Il X ,Q , 'QQ' ,X ,.,x-514 ' fu .ln 3 H sf me "W lg 5 I , L . Q i"1 -is mill? ? lil F""'W 1 -1 il Y 1 ,Mostly Work The big event of the yetu for the Glllb' Club was the Tolo honoiing Geoige VK ash 1ngton's bu thdag, The cl lnce xx qs held in the old hlgh school g5 ni which vs as decoi ated in Led xx hite and blue The home economic class ni ide hdtchet cookies and sti in beiiy punch. An iinportunt contribution to the high school activities is the popping and selling of popcorn by the Girls' Club. CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF '59 FROM ROWN ZELLERBACH CORPORATION PORT ANGELES WASH NEWSPRINT FROM OUR MILL CAN BE FOUND DAILY ON THE STREETS OF PORT ANGELES, SEATTLE, SAN FRANCISCO LOS ANGELES AND DENVER OUR PAPER IS USED BY IVIORE THAN 400 DAILY AND WEEKLY WESTERN NEWSPAPERS BOX 28 LYLE BEAM INC PORT ANGELES WASH FIRE AND AUTO INSURANCE REAL ESTATE IO I 2 N LAUREL COMPLIMENTS WILLI LOU S D AND B BATTERY AND ELECTRIC STATION TEENTOWN 217 N LINCOLN CLOTHES FOR TEENS AND THEIR IVIOTHE RS PORT ANGELES WASHINGTON PORT ANGELES WASHINGTON f BEST TO THE CLASS 1959 Peninsula Plywood Corp. TTI c J. , OF CIRCUS AND 9 - . OF 4 A I BL TTS 8 PATTISON LA Pusr-I wAsHlNa1'c1N CONGRATULATIONS FISHING SUPPLIES CLASS OF 1959 CONGRATULATIONS TO THE ESTE NE FLETCHER ALBER A FLETCHER Il CLASS OF 1959 FRATERNAL ORDER OF EAGLES F 0 E Port Angeles g, YS Aerze No 483 l S 6 Mi' -J Q miiw 9 CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF 59 PORT ANGELES WASHINGTON BRAEER BRUTI-:ERS I.l:1L3r3lNr3 IIUMPANY FORKS, WASHINGTON BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS OF 59 f 2 Y v 1 roRus,wA9HrNcToN 'E ' T-2 xx, ' I QL A S " T ' .11 13 BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS OF I W.B. Fitts logging Company TQQQK . .. .J .!IlIl8!-- r l l 1 John's Motors COMPLETE ONE-STOP AUTO SERVICE MOTOR REBORING BRAKE RELINING MOTOR TUNE-UP WELDING FR 4-3479 RESIDENCE FR 4-2579 EVERGREEN CAFE "LOGGERS ROOST" HOME COOKED MEALS STELLA AND LEE OWNERS FORKS , WASHINGTON WEST END WREC KING AND SALVAGE BUY-TRADE-SE LL ANYTHING PHONE FR 4 3342 FORKS WASHINGTON SOUTHWOOD MOTORS HEAVY DUTY REPAIR WELDING FORKS WASHINGTON PUBLIC UTILITY DISTRICT NO. I 1 . A . 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I I ' - r . - ' - ' T 5 ' - -f E 5 E , -4 ' ' ' gl- - e , S , 326 EAST FIRST ST, . , - . 7-6 22 .GL S, , 3 f' , I T 'Q S, S , LINCOLN WELDING OUR EXPERIENCE IS YOUR PROTECTION GENERAL REPAIRING FORGLWORK ZIJ N LINCOLN T I HONI: GL I PORT ANLJI LE NVA H GROSS S GARDEN SUPPLY GARDEN SUPPLIE PLT ALBL RS FEED PORT ANI I LL XNASH George Campbell Trucking HAVE TRUCKS W I L L G R A V E L PILE DRIVING SHOVEL WORK READY-MIX CONCRETE FORKS, WASHINGTON PHONE FR 4-2370 ROAD BUILDING - WASHED SAND AND GRAVEL - DUMP TRUCKS F UL SHELL SERVICE STATION GOODYEAR TIRES BATTERIES FORKS WASHINGTON LAKE PLEASANT GROCERY BEST TO THE CLASS OF 1959 VERNE AND NIPSY KENNEDY PIONEER NINKE,S F1.oRlsT 306 W, WISHKAH CONGRATULATIONS ABERDEEN, WASH FIRST FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN TO PHONE ASSIN OF PORT ANGELES 166 THE H3 N, LAUREL ST. GL 7-4489 CLASS OF '59 PORT ANGELES,WASH, S FORKS BUILDING CHARM ELLEN HUNLEY C K AID FR 4-2509 O BEAUTY SUPPLY CONCRETE PRODUCTS PLYWOOD-PAI NT DOOR'-HARDWARE PLUMBING FIXTURES Q AND SUPPLIES BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS OF 1959 A FORKS WASH SHORT ELA. NCOR OR l 6 You mrglwt luke a career at Rayonuer Growing trees or malung clwemlcal cellulose rs rnteresfrng work Wlwy not talk Io Rayonuer personnel men about your IuIure7 A U T O G R A P H S Il II RAYGNIER MMM C4 'z E95 DAIRY PR BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS OF 159 CLAR K' S FOR KS CAFE ELECTRONIC CONGRATULATIONS TO THE cI.ASS OF DEVICE COMPANY 336E FIRST GL,7-8000 CLAUDE AND JUNE CLARK PORT ANGELES , I WASHINGTON SGAA OK DIIIIIGOLD GUAIANYEKD ODUCTS FOR FRESHNESS-QUALITY-FLAVOR CALL. FR 4-2lO9 RON BUCK SALES HOIvIEI..ITE POWER CHAIN SAWS 713 E, IST GI., 7-aan PORT ANGELES 7 Warner s Garage FORD SALES AND SERVICE Si-1 . f . .mg ,q 5 3 Xx y SERVICE N ,..--4 '3.....4......, - L I CLINT AND DEE Forks Department and Vurrety XXX, NqvQ"' ""' I -r.I'x.TINLI:I, a s4.i FORKS AVE S AND DIVISION STREETS CONGRATULATIONS AND SUCCESS TO THE CLASS OF 1959 PENDLETON TONI TODD LEE WONDERALLS MCGREGOR VIC KY VAUGHN NIR. AND MRS. DELMORE HUGGINS IOI PHONE FR 4 2231 PARKER PENS CAMERAS BABY NEEDS PRESCRIPTIONS FORKS AVE. AND DIVISION FORKS, WASHINGTON REXALL. DRUG STORE Rexull Drug Store SAPPHO CAFE GASOLINE - HOME COOKING BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS OF' 1959 SAPPHO, WASHINGTON 1 rg! I ,I 4 l k at i .,., GH, ,Qt Jn, .' J . 5 - . . , , , . - . I ' - U4 ' 1 I B, -1 c, r u , 1 E x .V X ll, ,gf . X I no ,I Q .., '.V.,. , ,ln . t IN - ,K V55-4. .S NM 53 ,. ., 1 :agniii-5 " ,4' ,I V 'V-:yn ' ' - " ' 'i'- 4 , i a Q. A Wi, V V T., -- f , . I ' ' "" A f 751-. - f 3 L , X. 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