Morton High School - Huskimemo Yearbook (Morton, WA)

 - Class of 1952

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N X S 'Like leaves on trees the race of man is found, -- Now green in youth. now withering on the groxmdg Another race the following spring supplies: They fall successive, and successive rise. " Homer r . AQI. ' - ' 'FJWI-"'f.1w.f fr- . 5 4 ' A- 'nf--4 :'s'L,-" - "'5f""',T.l.'U' " Z +.- f 4. ,. Q 1-' -5 -J . -fn V ' fn 'QQV-5,1-7g,,f t, 5 if MQW,-5CZ,vq4m1e, . , ' MR. NELS SWANS ON B.A.. University of Washington, Eastern Washington College of Ed- ucationg Washington State College. MR. DONALD W. OLSON B.A. , Jamestown, North Dakotag Graduate work, University of Wash- ington. This page sponsored .x4clmini:5frafi0n SUPERINTE NDE NT'S MESSAGE Generally our school is known through the action and conduct of the students and faculty. The students and fac- ulty have an intrinsic share in molding the reputation of the school. Personally, I am proud of the splendid work and con- duct that has been displayed by the students and faculty throughout the year. With this spirit of work, conduct, and co-operation it has been possible to improve your own stature in the school and in the community. I would like to express my best wishes and say "Thank you" for your good work. PRINCIPAL'S MESSAGE Every newspaper, the magazines, and the radio tell us we are living in crisis times. We stand at the crossroads, de- struction on the one hand, life on the other. lt is our choice. Never before has there been such a desperate need for men and women with moral responsibility and the courage to live full and useful lives. It is our hope that -the young people of this school will develop such responsibility and courage, that they will face the problem without hesitation and will do their utmost to build upon a solid foundationdeveloped during their high school days. Se 'N SQ 4 -s jk A a 'S SWAN LAKE DAIRY Eotonville, Washington 6 MR. ROSS W. CARLE B.A, in History and English Litera- ture, Walla Walla Collegeg Gradu- ate work, U. of W. World History, English, Junior Play, Senior Ad- visor. I MR, ROBERT W. FRANSHAM 6tClfl,Eg MISS MAE TRUVEDSON B.S. of Education, Framingham Teachers' College, Framingham, Mass. Q Graduate work, Colorado A. and,M., Fort Collins, Colorado. Home Economics, Junior Advisor, F. H. A. Advisor. MR. DONALD URWILER B.S, in Education, Nebraska State Teachers' College, Wayne, Nebra- skag Graduate work, U. of W. General Science, Algebra, Biology, Chemistry, Freshmen Advisor. MR, HILLARD BELLER Bachelor of Science, Montana B.S.. N0FIhC1'f1 Stale TGHCTISIS State Collegeg Bachelor of Music, College, SOL1lh D3k0IH: B.A.. U University of Montana, Master of of W.: Graduate work. W8Shil1gt0I1 Music, University gf Mgntana, State College, Pullman, Washing Morton School music, ton and U. of O., Corvallis, Ore This page sponsored by MORTON FURNITURE AND APPLIANCE "Congratulations to the Class of '52" Morton, Washington 7 gon. Shop, Junior Advisor. MRS. IRAS LONG B.F.A, , University of Washingtonp Graduate work, University of Washington. Commercial, "Husky F1ashes" Advisor, "Huskimemo" Advisor, Freshman Advisor. MR. CHARLES LOETE L.A., Pacific Luthern Collegeg Bachelor of Education College of Puget Sound. Mechanical Draw- ing, Boys' Physical Education, Coach, Lettermen's Club Advisor, Mathematics. MISS RITA A THAN B.S, in Biology, Seattle Univer- sity 1949: Graduate work, Univer- sity of Washington. English, Li- brary, Girls' Physical Education, Girls' Club, Sophomore Advisor. MR. VAL FOUBERT B.A, in History, Seattle Univer- sity, Graduate work, 'University of Washington, Seattle University. Washington State History, Drivers Training, Spanish, Current Prob- lems, General Science, English, Sophomore Advisor, Boys' Intra- mural Basketball, Senior Play. This page sponsored by B. B. CRABB CO. Accounting -- Insurance Morton, Washington e r' IS, ,fi 'V If F17 r I 7 7,1"f7 if Z!!! 41 Zyl enior Cfaria We the Senior Class of nineteen hundred and fifty two being mentally unbalanced, physically handicapped, and feeling that we should leave something to the faculty and student body do hereby make and publish our last will and testament. Firstly, to the student body, we will leave our "hog slopin"' clothes, our battered and tom books, and the not so sane faculty. Secondly, to Mr. Carle, we leave afixed title, "Square Deal," Thirdly, to Mr. Olsen, we leave the knowledge of how to run and control a rowdy class and also a hundred tardy and absent slips to prove how good our attendance was. Fourthly, to the Juniors, we leave the school knowing it's on its way to the dogs. Fifthly, to the Sophomores, we leave the knowledge that they will be upperclassmen next year. Sixthly, to the "Frosh" class, we leave all our meanness, ability to get straight A's and a penny, hoping they will soon become millionairs. Seventhly, to be cherished by the receivers and cared for as their own, the individual seniors do bequeath the following: I Dick Bagley will my smooth typing ability to fpeck, peckj Bernard. I Vonne Allen will my love for the Brooklyn Dodgers to any Yankee fan. We Earl and Louis Carbaugh will our loud ways to'Don and Arnold Christian. I Geraldine Boyd will my ability to chew gum to anyone who can make as much noise. I Orville Clevenger leave to answer the call of the wild. I Edith Brewster will fourth period library to anyone who can stand it. I Gary Coleman will my beard to Bob Lockhart. We-Lila Coston and Claudette Muir will our ability to gripe to Dia'nne Vripend and Mary Lou Lacy. To the next year letterman I Gary Danley leave Harry Potter number two. To Arlene S joblom, I Marleen Cramer will my ability to out talk anyone. I Douglass Darby will my colorful nicknames to Allen Clevenger. I Velma Gillispie will my ambition to anyone who has as many varied jobs as I have. To all the girls in Morton High School, I George Engle, will my love. As I do not care to Leave John to any High School girl, IDorothy Goodwin will take himwith me. I Thomas Eyle will my politenesstto Eddy Wilson. I Frances Hamilton will my dreams of a Cadillac to anyone who will make the down payment for me. I Wayne Harting will my rowboat to Dwayne Loden so he can take his girl "a-courtin' . " To Beverly Coty, I Juanita Hanger will my height because she'll need some kind of protection. I Wayne Hofmann will Morton High School to Jack DeLong because it isn't big enough for me and him. I Dorothy Knittle will my love for Cyril to anyone who thinks she can get it. To Richard S joblom, I Don Howlett will my quaint, peaceful laugh. I Gayle Lloyd will locker number I2 to Shirley Riffe. I Ralph Looney will to Larry Scott my little ears. I Lila McHenry will my ability to disrupt a class to anyone who can do a good job. I Jack Norris will my five years in Morton High School to the next of my wit. I Margaret Messling will leave the school in peace as I take' my French horn with me. X qContinued, page 62N tml! ,X ,J l X JZ 4 9 J 1-- This page sponsored by KLASEY CHEVROLET CVO, , INC... Morton, Washington .- Cfom .jskaiorg Chapter I OUR HEARTS WERE YOUNG AND GAY Entering Morton High in the fall of '49 we were 73 very green freshmen properly awed and impressed by the nonchalance of the upperclassmen. We had that "well, here-we- are-at-1ast" felling, but after the first frightening week, gone forever were all thoughts of grade school days. We were duly initiated on Thursday, September 30, by the sophomores, but they made up for the unpleasantness by honoring us with a dance. We returned the honor the fol- lowing week. Our able class advisors were Miss Noonan and Mr. Lore. Officers elected were Gary Coleman, President: John Vipond, vice-President, Loma McLeod, Secretaryg Ramona Tappan, Treasurerg Claudette Muir, Sergeant-at-Armsg and June Mills, Student Coun- cil Representative. We entered into the many activities of high school readily, joining clubs, teams, and yell staff, giving dances and altogether having an exciting year. Chapter II GROWING UP We officially launched our activity-packed year with the freshmen initiation which was traditional with a capital Tl We sophomores were well represented in sports, dan- ces, and other activities and organizations. The Class of '52 numbered now 53. We lost no time electing our year's officers: Gary Coleman, President: Ken McCurdy, Vice-President, June Mills, Secretary, and Loma McLeod, Treasurerg John Vipond, Student Council Representative, and Gary Danley, Sergeart-at-Arms. With the help of our ever-patient advisors, Miss Allen and Mr. Roberts, the sophomores had a very exciting year. We greatly anticipated being called "Upperclassmen. " CContinued P.62, A 10 prop ec? '52 CLASS In Seventy-tW0 I wondered .... Back to my alma materg .... A frowning toad hopped up the steps .... And said, "You're getting fatter!" I asked him of my class-mate friends ,.... Whom I've not seen for years: .... The poor old toad, he looked at me ,.... And then burst into tears! h He told me of the Stiltner girl, .... The treetops she keeps trimg. .And Gerry Boyd, she's in a whirl-- . . . .She's teaching fish to swim! Beeny Howlett's selling brushesg .... Ralph Looney's at the racesg The Hofmann boy is painting masks-- .... fl-le always could make faceslj Jack Norris is a chimney-sweep, .... And Lila C. 's a lady-copg .... The paratroops have claimed Marleen ,.... And Franny owns the "Heck-n-Shop. " Vonne and Patti dance with bubblesgi . . .George manufactures pins .... Orville makes blue poker chips, .... "Perk" breeds imported hens. McHenry isamousetrap-maker, .... Lloyd manufactures cheese-- .... Sue Stamper stamps the laundry: .... And Tappan sails the seas. Esther raises fishworms ,.... And Knittle ties the fliesg .... L. Carbaugh is a doll- doctor .... And Earl is baking pies! Coleman crochets hankie-hemsg .... Danley's knitting booties: .... June is training tadpoles-- .... And John draws shapely cuties! E. Tiller dives the deep seas ,.... He daily battles sharksg .... Claudette M.'s a barmaid, .... And Bagley's pet cat barks! Riffe is milking oysters ,.... And Velma cans the soup: .... Harting shaves with razor clams ,.... And Edith sails a sloopl Dorothy G. digs goeyducks,. . .And feeds them to her parrotg .... Tom E. 's left- handed wrenches .... Have "class," they're I4 C3l.'3tl Juanita sacks the peanuts .... At the Yankees' yearly gameg .... Pat Rich, the team's new waterboy ,.... Joined basebal1's Hall of Fame. Kelly teaches Drivers' Training ,.... He "shows them how it's done"g Margaret M. is also teaching .... The rivers -- how to run! Darby is the author .... Of "Why Waste Your Time On Sleep?" .... And Barbara T. is out on bail .... For flying with her jeep! Lest we forget the building .... Let me tell you how it looked: . . .The mimeograph was all that stood .... From what the lab class cooked! I thought I'd heard the last and worst ,.... But, with a final sob, The toad con- cluded, with a tear, .... That Byron's gg 3 Q! 11 U. CARBAUGH, EARLW "Never trouble trouble till trouble troubles you." Football 2, 3,4g Boxing I, 3QL6'l'.ICIl' men's Club 2,3,4g Sergeant of Arms 4. IV eniom DANLEY, GARY "Don't hurry meg I'm in no rush." Football 1,2,3,4g Baseball I,2,3, 4g Basketball I,2, 3,45 Track 3: Lettermen's Club 1, 2, 3. 4: Class President 3g Class Sergeant of Arms 25 Student Council 3g Office staff 2g Paper Staff 45 Annual Staff 4. PERKINS , UREEN "She enters into things with zeal and zest, and ranks in knowledge with the best." 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L OONEY, RAL PH "Life is reall Life is earnest! " Football I,2,3g Baseball I,2,3,4g Lettermen's Club I, 2, 3,45 Letter- men's Club Secretary 4g Paper Staff 45 Annual Staff Basketball 2, 3,4. RICH, PAT CLARK "Her speech, her looks, her very air, all speak so movingly in her behalf." Entered from Florence, Oregon, ,,YY ,W CRAMER, "Everybody's troubles are mine." Girls' Club 1,2,3,45 Pep Club I,2, 3,45 Glee Club 1,25 Annual Staff 45 Paper staff 1,45 Library I,4:4F. H.A. I,2,3,4g Torch Society I. in TAPPAN, RAMONA "I had rather have a fool to make me merry, than experience to make me sad." F.H.A. r,z,3,45 Gir1s'c1ub r,2, 3,45 Pep Club 1,2, 3,45 Library1,25 Annual Staff 45 Paper Staff 4g Class Treasurer. This page sponsored by STATE BANK OF MORTON Morton, Washington 17 "I have no other .1 110 E 3 WOIIIIDS ICISOH, " Paper Staff 4g AD.I1lLB1Sl3.ff4g F.H,A, 1.2, Girls Club' 1,z,3,4g Pep Club 1,2, Glee Club Ig Girls' 4. Basketball 2, 35 3. TILLER, EUGENE 'Still water runs deep. " little say. " Pep 2.3, Glee Club 1,25 F.H,A, 1,2 Girls' Club 2, 3,4g Library 45 Girls' Basket- ball 2g Drill Team 3, 49 4 1 r BAGLEY, RICHARD STANLEY, KENNETH "My troubles are few. " 'To eat, and to drink, and to be merry. " Boxing 35 Football Ig Letterman Club 4, Boxing 1,2,3g Glee Club Ig Football Man- ager 3,45 Basketball Manager 1: Junior SponS0fS Playg Lettermen's Club 3.4. MORTON GARAGE AND BODY SHOP Phone 2251 Morton EVERGREEN MARKET SKOOKUM SWEATERS Phone 87242 Cenfrclia Knitting MHI Chehqlig 223 S. Tower Avenue 18 M , ..,.., . ' A :., 4 a M r rrs r r ,, gl , . W' 5 .. . 457 3 enior napa This page sponsored by FASHION CLEANERS Prompt and Courteous Service Morton Phone 2622 HOME CONFECTIONERY Cal and Grace Johnson Morton, Washington FIRST ROW, left to right: Shirley Thornsberry, Raymond Hill, Ward Taylor, Richard Sparkman, Richard Sjoblom, Thelma Sloan, SECOND ROW: Don Milbrath, Jack Moriarty, Gordon Thomas, Bob Sherriff, Lloyd Harris, Dwayne Loden, IackMusic. 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H IGTH SOCIETY Enrollment of the Class of '53 had taken a plunge this year, down to just forty-one students. , The juniors were onstage in March, when the plot and cast of "The Nit Wits" kept the audience in gales throughout its fast pace Main Character of "The Nit Wits" was an amatuer psychiatrist, and the plot was strict- ly comedy. Post-performance fun included a trip to Tacoma and the Ice'-Hockey game, "Blue Moon" was the unusual theme chosen by the junior committee for the gala Senior Ball, The hall was appropriately dec- orated with soft blue lights and romantic silhouettes. A nf f The new upperclassmen look forward, now, to their last and senior year in dearly beloved 'Z ! ff! K fl T Broadbent High, , This years junior class advisors, Miss Tru- ' vedson and Mr. Bella, proved apt and efficient. The class officers were elected early in the school year: ' President ...... . . . muon Bristol ' Vice-President . . . . . .Dwayne Loden Secretary ...... . . Dianne Vlpond . 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This page sponsored by WILSON BROTHERS SERVICE CHE RON RPM Oils Morton 22 SOFA 0l'lfl0l"Q 61,55 SOPH-ISTICATES Forty-two students returned to their second year at Morton High, feeling like full-fledged Broad- bentites and wise in the ways of the school world, Next year they would be true upperclassmenu but this yea.: they were out of the froshie stage .,,,, and wasn't that enough? They were the planners and per- petrators of the annual freshmen initiation, and throughout the school term entered into many activities. Early in September they elect- ed their class officers: President ............. Lee Moore Vice-President ....... Billy Hilton Secretary-Treasurer .... Ioy Ashton Student Council Rep, ,Darline Allen Sgt, -at-Arms .... Douglas Bickford The patient advisors, Miss Athan and Mr, Foubert, kept pan- demonium at a minimum during the class meetings, This page sponsored by x! R. C. wHEELER's Lewis Cwnfy D,,p,,,,men, sms PUBLIC untnv ousnucr Mineral , Washington Chehvlls, Washington FIRST ROW, left to right: Beverly Coty, Myrna Hanger, lla Thompson, Margaret Clevenger, Lorna Combs. SECOND ROW: Burton Gossard, Jason Allen, Louis Caviezel, Roland Boren, Don Gilliam, Gary Harper, Bennie Clevenger, Buddy Hiett, Kenneth Hicks. THIRD ROW: Alfred Eyle, Nancy Ledbetter, Arlene Sjoblom, Lillie Harris, 'Joan Caviezel, Noreda Cooper, Sandra Clevenger, Caroll Comptin, Beth Core, James Hewett, NOT IN PICUTRE: Jeanette Gross, Mark Eastman, Keith Hanger, Jack Atkinson. FIRST ROW, left to right: Janice Sewell, Wanda Mills, Jack Delong, Emil Lippert, Margaret Jolmson, Florence Muir, SECOND ROW: Ray McCall, Vern Vinup, Dave Moore, Eddie Wilson, Bill Tranborger, Charles Goe, Harvey Olsen, Billy Redick, Derald Randall, Richard Turner, THIRD ROW: Jack Sexton, Emory Sandusky, Juanita Tiller, Diane Nilson, Peggy Melter, Lorna Slye, Dolores Reeves, Dale Steele, Johnnie Riffe. F O Ro Sponsors of ' ' gif This Page KENNETT " MOTORS Your Friendly Ford Dealer Morton , Washington 24 The whispering went over the wires, "September 21 .... it's to be held on September 21, , , , " With a perceptible shudder the new freshman glanced nervously around this ancient stack of bricks that was to be another home for two and two more years, wondering if it was worth this hideous initia- tion planned for him .... It was! Fifty-four freshmen sur- vived and now 'laugh about that day, The sophomore - sponsored dance, honoring the new freshmen, told them that they truly belonged, ln return, they gave a dance for the sophomores. gl"Q5Al'l'l8l'l ,ff S THE "YOUNG-UNS" fn, ,J This page sponsored by Activities were numerous, and the class of '55 didn't hesitate to participate in them, The com- petent class advisors, Mrs. Long and Mr, Urwiler, were aided by the officers elected: President ............ Eddie Wilson Vice President ........ W anda Mills Secretary-Treasurer. . . Charles Goe Student Council Rep. . . Dave Moore Thus another group of future grads began their high-school career. MORTON SUPER SERVICE BEAUTY NOOK M 8. H GENERAL STORE Al Cook Alma 8. Gilbert Chamberlain Phone 2224 Morton, Washington Morton, Washington Kosmos, Washington 2.5 ...and a pinch of chlorine " -- Shall we fry if again?" asdf plki ..... asdf flkj ..... 'A' 0sdQ -- !l ,961 "Yaah but -- what is if?" This page sponsored by MORTON AUTO PARTS Your NAPA Jobber is a Good Man to Know Morton, Washington BIRLEY'S FLORISTS 1514 Marker Sf. 909 Markef Vive la c ase del espanol Cl"lel'1GllS, WGSl'llN9f0n 26 1 I I SEATED, left to right: Charlene Pomeroy, Dolores Taylor, Barbara Thomas, June Mills, Betty Curry, Yvonne Stamper, Frances Suter. SECOND ROW: Barbara'Thornsberry, Sue Stamper, Betty Wilson, Carol Christian, Louise Harris, Dorothy Knittle, Esther Short, Gayle Lloyd, Barbara Hamilton, Marleen Cramer, Ramona Tappan, Dorothy Goodwin, Ioy Ashton, Eileen Heinselman. THIRD ROW: Nancy Howser, Beth Core, Geraldine Boyd, Claudette Miur, Shirley Thornsberry, Mae Bonar, Caroll Compton, Margaret Messling, Lila McHenry, Darline Allen, Irene Goodwin, Ruth Huddleston, Sharon Mahon, lla Thompson, Edith Breswter. FOURTH ROW: Beverly Coty, Myrna Hangar, Lila Coston, Mary Lou Lacey, Maureen Perkins, Margaret McCall, Shirley Rlffe, Bette Lou Lilloren, Wanda Mahon, Jeannine Freeman, Joan Caviezel, FIFTH ROW: Velma Gillispie, Clara Naples, Florence Miur, Lucille Reed, Mary Wilson, Janice Dunaway, Lois Timms, Juanita Hange, Carol Slye, Lorna Combs, Sharon Moore, Diane Nilson, Iean Schoonover, Janice Sewell, Barbara Coty, Fay Harris. gif 3" This year June Mills was chosen President of the Girls' Club. Dianne Vipond was elected Vice- Presidentg Mary Lou Lacey, Secretary, Florence Miur, Treasurerg and Thelma Sloan, Sergeant-at-Arms. Miss Athan was the advisor. This year for the first time a Christmas Ball, sponsored by the Girls' Club, was given in a beautifully decorated hall, on December 15. The annual Mothers' Tea was given on February 14. This page sponsored by CHEHALIS MUSIC CO. Your Most Complete Music Store Chehcrlis, Washington as aD. 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NOT IN PICTURE: Sue Stamper, Juanita Hanger, .fdlllilflllf In years to come, when memories and friends have faded, in some attic or dusty corner you may accidently sttunble on a discarded album, Within the bindings of this book you may find many fond memories of high school days, of old friends, and of youth in its most enlightened and ambitious stage. We have tried this year to put forth a memory book which in years to come will grow to be treasured more and more for it contains reminders of the joys of our youth. The preparation of the HUSKIMEMO was under the guidance and supervision of Mrs. Long. The Editor was Patricia Sandersg the Assistant Editor, Dianne Vipondg and the Business Manager, Maureen Perkins. Thee were two themes featured throughout the book: Trees for a serious element, and Teen- agers to represent the spirit and activities of the students. Those drawing illustrations were Thelma Sloan, Patricia Sanders, and Maureen Perkins. The HUSKIMEMO staff of 1952 want to thank Mr. Urwiler for the fine photographs that he made, This page sponsored by FAlRHART'S DEPARTMENT STORE Best wishes to the Class of '52 2551 Morton, Washington T29 M M WM QM This page sponsored by LlLLEGARD'S MORTON HARDWARE Home of Famous Names Phone 2641 Morton, Washington 30 C7 C! This page spohsorecl by Morton's Buick GMC Dealer REG LESTER General Petroleum Distributor 31 SITTING, Left to Right: Edith Brewster, Marleen Cramer, Ramona Tappen, Maureen Perkins, Juanita Hanger, Lila Coston, Claudette Muir. STANDING: Sue Stamper, June Mills, Dorothy Knittle, Esther Short, Dorothy Goodwin, Ralph Looney, Vonne Allen, Patricia Sanders, Joanne Stiltner, and Geraldine Boyd. NOT IN PICTURE: Thelma Sloan, Georgie Thiel, Gary Danley, ala el' Sag This year the advanced typing class published the monthly school paper, HUSKY FLASI-IES, Several improvements were made, such as the omission of gossip, which was repl aced by Personals turned in by various members of the class and the addition of a Boy and Girl of the Month column. Honored ones were chosen for activities, school spirit, personality, scholastic ability and neatness of appearance, Editor and Assistant Editor for the first semester were Maureen Perkins and June Mills. The second semester June Mills was Editor, with Thelma Sloan as Assistant. Art work was done by Thelma Sloan and Pat Sanders, Special effort was made to cut good stencils and to develop writing ability by each member completing assignments such as feature stories, editorials, and personals. Assignments were frequently rotated to give the members varied experiences. Sixth period was scheduled for paper workg however, free periods and after school time was hequently used. It is the general feeling among the class that our success in publishing the HUSKY FLASHES was due to the guidance of our advisor, Mrs. Long. This page sponsored by FISSELL FUNERAL HOME MOORE'S BRUNSWIGS SHOE STORE Morton Dial 3723 Men's Clothing Better Styles --- Lower Prices Chehalis Phone 8-3671 Chehalis, Washington Chehalis, Washington A32 FIRST ROW, from left to right: Frances Suter, Yvonne Stamper, Mary Wilson, Lucille Reed, Geraldine Boyd, Gayle Lloyd, Sue Stamper, Lila McHenry, Shirley Riffe, Betty Wilson, Mary Lou Lacey, Lorna Combs, lla Thompson, Diane Nilson. SECOND ROW: Barbara Coty, Juanita Hanger, Bette Lou Lilloren, Irene Goodwin, Darline Allen, Ruth Huddleston, Ramona Tappan, Marleen Cramer, Sharon Mahon, Dorothy Goodwin, Maureen Perkins, Claudette Muir, Lila Coston, NOT IN PICTURE: Thelma,S1oan, ZJAA "We are the Future Homemakers of America. We face the future with warm courage and high hope, " The Morton Chapter of the F, H, A. held its first meeting in Septemba 1951, under the supervision of our Home Economic teacher, Miss Truvedson. The following officers were elected: President ...,,,, ,,,, L ila Coston Vice-President, , , , , , Irene Goodwin Secretary .... . . Mary L011 Lacey Treasurer. , , , , Sharon Mahon Reporter .,,, , , , , , , Sue Stamper Historian, . , , , , , , , , , , ,Dorothy Goodwin Mrs. Olson was chosen as our Chapter Mother. The various activities throughout the year included the Southwest Washington Regional Convention and two school dances. This page sponsored by ROXY THEATRE KOSMOS GARAGE We Specialize in Quality Pictures" 24 Hr. Wrecker 8. Ambulance Morton , Washington Repairs -- Ports Phone 2211 -- Kosmos 33 Q Top-notch students who have the scholastic standing and activity points are given, each year, bar and torch pins to designate their membership in the Honor Society, First Row. left to right: Dianne Vipond, Maureen Perkins, John Vipond, Lila Coston, Lucille Reed, Second Row: Darline Allen, Donald Gramm-, Leroy Hanson, Lloyd Harris, David Sutherland, Wanda Mahon. Third Row: Mary Lou Lacey, Mary Wilson, Irene Good- win, Bette Lou Lilloren, Sharon Mahon, Nancy Howser, Not in Picture: Patricia Sanders. This page sponsored by THRIFTY DRUG STORE Prescriptions, Drugs, Sundries Morton Phone 2661 at :sewer H 5 01: if E' fb Tfigij -gfugfenl Kouncif The Student Council officers elected for 1951-1952 were as follows! President, John Vipondg Vice-President Orville Clevengerg Secretary-Treasurer, 111116 Mills: Sergeant-at-Arms, Dick Goodwin, The presidents and represent- atives from each class helped the student body officers decide on important matters concerning the school, Left to Right: Dick Goodwin. Patricia Sanders, Darline Allen, Donald HOW161I, Lee Moore, John Vipond, June Mills, 'Dave Moore, Eddie Wilson, Lloyd Harris, Eldon Bristol, and Mr, Olson. 011 34 QW g 5 Uf ice The members of the Office Staff, supervised by Mr, Olson, have completed a year in which they have gained much valuable experience in general office work. Among the many tasks performed were filing, answering telephone, and acting as recep- tionists, At the middle of the year some changes were made in order to give more students the exper- ience of working in an office, Left to right: Maureen Perkins, Lila Coston, Dianne Vipond, Mr, Olson, Esther Short, Gayle Lloyd, Dorothy Knittle, Thelma Sloan, efih vafmnb This year the library was under the supervision of Miss Athall. With the assistance of Mr. Carle, approximately 450 books were purchased for our library, lm- provements for the year included a more efficient card file and a better shelving of all books. Seated, left to right: Gayle Lloyd, June Mills, Standing: Mae Bonar, Shirley Thornsberry, Sue Stamper, Vonne Allen, Marleen Cramer, Miss Athan, Wayne Hofmann, Edith Brewster. Not in This page sponsored by COLE'S GROCERY AND MARKET Fine Food -- Thrifty Prices Morton Phone 2501 Picture: Dorothy Knittle, Juanita Hanger, Jack Norris, FIRST ROW, left to right: Sharon Klasey, Ioan Caviezel, Laurel Tiller, Clarence Gillispie, Margaret Messling, Florence Muir, Dale Steele, Jimmy Hewett, Ward Taylor, SECOND ROW: Jack Sexton, Lee Moore, David Bevan, Darline Allen, Delores Taylor, Bob Lockhart, Mary Mires, Sandra Clevenger, lla Thompson, STANDING: Mr, Fransham, NOT IN PICTURE: Rex Hathaway, Jeannette Cross. Bw! Oh the drums go bang, And the cymbals clang, And the horns they blaze away, Darline blows the old tube., And how the clarinets do play ,,... Down the halls of fame go the strains made by our band, There were eighteen members, tmder the direction of Mr, Fransham, Director of Music at Morton High School, The band partiicpated in all games, wearing their green uniforms decorated with white, On November 21, 1951, the Morton Band attended the Mass Band Concert at Winlock, and on April 8, 1952, they took part in the Mass Band Concert at Randle, The schools that attended were Onalaska, Randle, Mossyrock, Toledo, Pe Ell, Winlock and Morton, This page sponsored by BE'RNARD'S SERVIVCE STATION HAP'S COFFEE CUP CAFE Phone 393 T Fine Food --- Best of Servixce Mineral Morton, Washington 36 in a mafia ,lflkrle 1 E- This page sponsored by SHELL SERVICE Lou Bennett - - Ernie Sparkman - - Russ Niesen Phgne 2734 Mogtgan '-H 7'1'w.f,g':a4L ' 2 v 1 5 5 Q F23 3 ' ,sp 'E ii I! 5'f QW C-ljeowlevb These gms view eXecte,6 as 500g Queens this gem. 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Kosmos Division Kosmos, Washington 39 FIRST ROW, from left to right: Dianne Vipond, Claudette Muir, Myrna Hanger, Noreda Cooper, Nancy Ledbetter, Ila Thompson, Lorna Combs, Darline Allen, Juanita Hanger, Lorna Slye, Geraldine Boyd, SECOND ROW: Eileen Heinselman, Lila McHenry, Bette Lou Lilloren, Jeanine Freeman, Wanda Mahon, Janice Dunaway, Clara Naples, Irene Goodwin, Nancy Howser, Gayle Lloyd, Sharon Moore, Margaret Wilson, STANDING, in back: Mr, Fransham, NOT IN PICTURE: Joan Caviezel, Caroll Compton, Ieanneatte Gross, Diane Nilson, Thelma Sloan, Peggy Melter, and Pat Rich, gr, gt, cm "Without a song the day would never end, Without a song the road would never bend, When things go wrong, a man ain't got a friend, Without a sang ,,,, " V. Youmans Under the leadership of Mr, Fransham, our new music director, the Girls' Chorus, with a membership of 30 select voices, took part in the Christmas program and sang Christmas Carols over KELA with Miss Fallon as accompanist, Some of the various selections sung were Silent Night, Rudolph the Red Nose Reindeer, White Christmas, and Oh Holy Night. They also entertained the P, T,A, with these songs: Ten Pretty Girls and the Syncopated Clock, This page sponsored by ROWE AND HILL FAlRHART'S HOTEL "The Best in Groceries" Phone 2552 Phone 391 Mineral Morton, Washington g 40 Both the teachers and students appreciate the fine job these boys have done in running the movies for visual training swiftly and with- out interruption, This club includes Jim Messling, Emil Lippert, Lowell Compton, Cecil Hiett, Ray Hill, JohnVipond, Richard Turner, Bill Tranborger, and fleft to right in the picturey Don Howlett, Darrell Randall, Leroy Hanson, Bill Redick, and Don Kreger. This page sponsored by BECK'S THE POLAR HOUSE Lockers - Wrapping - Cutting - Curing Phone 2025 On Kosmos Road ogg ' Quaffef The boy's quartet, under the direction of Mr, Fransham qextreme righty included the following mem- bers: fleft to right in the picturej Dale Steele, Darell Randall, Bob Bagley, Verne Vinup, Roland Boren faccompanistb Eddie Dunaway, Emil Lippert. Fo , J efzib I2 41,16 enior lgfct " Lights ow "Lights Out--" and the curtain rose, spotlighting a highly seasoned comedy-mystery, The plot pivoted gaily arormd the efforts of a supposed ghost to prevent Agnes Harwood--flighty and fortyish--hom selling the pretentious but penniless estate she had inhreited from her late uncle, Albert Stilwell, Prospective buyers were the kaledioscope of guests at her house party, One guest was un- invited by Agnes Harwood but welcomed by her daughter, Doris--this was detective--story--writer Neil Parker. Mrs. Harwood deplored Neil's occupation, and was trying valiantly, if hoplessly, to prevent him from becoming her son-in-law. A series of frightening events put the guests on a mental merry-go-round, and the eerily echoing voice of the late Albert Stilwell brought forth the ensuing decline and subsequent fall of all composure. In the thrilling game of "Murder, " one of the guests disappeared in the darknessg later, shewas found to have been an impersonatorl This, the mystery thickened. An erratic, weak-hearted real-estate operator provoked merriment with his rhyming--if 11npoetical-- slogansg a career--ambitious maid and her determined suitor added to the fun. The great variety of characters in the cast made this a spicy as well as thrilling performance, The director was Mr, Foubert, April I7 was the date set, Cjaal FIRST ROW, left to right: Pat Rich, Dorothy Goodwin, Lila Coston, Lila McHenry, Sue Stamper, Mr, Foubert, SECOND ROW, left to right: Edith Brewster, Douglas Darby, lack Norris, Don Howlett, John Vipond, This page sponsored by MORTON BUILDING SUPPLY CO. Building Materials of All Kinds Dutch Boy Paints 42 This page BRANDT ARNOLD Morton, sponsored by BEDE, M.D. WARK, M.D Washington 43 This page sponsored by WRIGHT JEWELERS The Wright Jewelers For You Morton Phone 2621 T 5 317 This page sponsored by L. F. PHELPS The House of Quality Morton Phone 2201 .AND W LIGHTS ii deer can elm Claudette Muir, Dianne Vipond, Mary Lou Lacey If you happened to attend one of the Morton High School games and noticed on the sidelines a whirl of green and white, it was undoubtedly our yell-leading trio, Claudette, Dianne, and Mary Lou, The yell, "We're with you team, " was certainly proven correct in their case, because whether our team was winning or losing, the yell leaders were right there inspiring the rooters and the team with spirit and enthusiasm, This page sponsored by LYLE AND NELSON LUMBER CO. Keep Washington Green Phone 2681 Morton 46 .x4fALfic:5 Forests were ever the cradles of meng Manhood is born of a kinship with trees, Whence shall come brave hearts and stout muscles, When woods have made way for our clties of ease? Guest .1 . v 1 l47T W ' A ' ',43,,f7155' .3 x Captain John Vipond and Coach Loete with co-championship trophy This page sponsored by L. C. MORIARTY Contractor Phone 2606 Morton 48 Co-Champions FRONT ROW: left to right: T. Bristol, K. Riffe, G. Coleman, I. Moriarty, J. Vipond, G. Danley, B. Amburgy, D. Darby, D. Goodwin, E. Carbaugh. SECOND ROW: Coach Loete, C. Goe, H. Olson, G. Amburgy, O. Clevenger, L. Harris, E. Wilson, W. Taylor, D. Rowe, D. Gilliam, G. Thomas, B. Hilton, L. Hanson, Asst. Coach Dahlem. THIRD ROW: D. Sutherland, L. Scott, L. Moore, D. Bevan, D. Cramer, D. Moore, V. Vinup, T. Benton, D. Carnahan, D. Loden, A. Clevenger, R. Turner. Slooffaf The Morton Huskies had a very good season in 1951, sharing the championship with Mossyrock. These two teams battled to a 7-7 deadlock tie. The Huskies had several close calls but managed to win with their hard charging line and fine running back. Morton lost only one game, a post season game to Federal Way. The Huskies played hard all season and made the other teams look up to them. Coach Loete was very proud of his championship team. Season's Scoring Morton zo Onalaska 8 Morton 7 Toledo 6 Morton 39 Winlock o Morton 40 State School o Morton I4 PeEl1 7 Morton 52 Randle o Morton 7 Mossyrock 7 Morton 38 Tenino I2 Centralia Jamboree Non League game Morton o PeEl1 o f Morton 0 Centralia 6 Morton 6 Federal Way: zo All-Conference Morton had 5 boys on the all-conference team this year. It is a great honor to be chosen on the team. They were Earl Carbaugh, offensive guardg Ken Riffe, defensive guard, Byron Amburgy, offensive halfbackg Swede Loden, offensive end, John Vipond, defensive linebacker. John was also on the all-conference team last year. 49 This page sponsored by HOBBS SUPER VALUE GROCERY AND MEAT MARKET Morton , Washington This page sponsored by TUBAFOR MILL Day Phone 2275 Evenings 3814 Morton, Washington 5 5 KNEELING, left to right: Mr. Loete, Bill Hilton, Eddie Wilson, Don Gilliam, Don Rowe, David Carnahan, Joe Dahlem. STANDING: Dick Goodwin, Lloyd Harris, Don Gillispie, Richard Sparkman, Bob Lockhart, Gary Coleman, Gary Danley, Dwayne Loden, Byron Amburgy. NOT IN PICTURE: Gene Amburgy, Douglas Bickford. The Huskies just missed by one game going to the tournament this year. They had a .727 average as they won 8 out of II games. They finished fourth in league play. It seemed like the Huskies were plagued with everything in the book this season what with mumps, measles, and bruises. Here's hoping them a more prosperous season next year. League Gomes Practice Gomes Morton 25 .... Jamboree .... Winlock 23 Morton 33 ......... ....... O rting Morton 43 ................ Winlock 37 Morton 69 .... . State School Morton 32 ..... .... T oledo 67 Morton 52 .... . . . State School Morton 39 ..... ..... R andle 31 Morton 42 .... ....... B ethel Morton 30 ..... .... M ossyrock SI Morton 56 .... ....... B oistford Morton 45 ..... .... W inlock 54 Morton 32 .... . . Mossyrock "B" Morton 63 ..... .... 0 nalaska 54 Morton 42 .... ........ T eninf Morton 45 ..... .... T oledo 64 Morton 44 .... .... O rting Morton 42 ..... ...... R andle 49 Morton 43. . . . . . Randle Morton 39 ..... .... M ossyrock 60 Morton 49 ............... Onalaska 61 Varsity SCORING Second Team Goodwin ...... 198 Danley ........ 124 Gilliam ..... 83 Gillispie. .. . . . . A mburgy ...... 168 S parkm an ...... 100 Hilton ...... 70 Harris ......... Coleman ...... 1 5o Gillispie ....... 38 Rowe ....... 60 Amburgy ...... L ockhart ...... 25 Lockhart ...... 49 ss r-1 50 42 28 43 32 37 45 37 42 92 92 34 This page sponsored by ' SEARS ROEBUCK AND CO. MORTON HOTEL Satisfaction Guaranteed or Your Money Back" "A Good Place fo Rest Chehalis, Washington Morton, Washington 54 BATTING AVERAGE FIRST ROW: Left to right: Ralph Looney, Dick Goodwin, John Vipond, Don Gillispie, Don Goodwin, Bary Danley, Byron Amburgy, SECOND ROW: Orville Clevenger, Gary Coleman, Dick Lacey, Coach Loete Dave Randall, Dwayne Loden, and Lloyd Harris. .gaifegdf Despite losinga large share of their 1950 hitting power, the 1951 Huskies nine turned in a very successful season. Early-season practice games saw the Huskies emerge victorious in two contests with Centralia High as well as in dumping highly-favored Centralia Junior College. In regular league play the diamond squad finished a strong season. As the annual goes to the printer, 1952 baseball prospects appear promising. A large number of lettermen, giving the Huskies experience in hitting, fielding, and catching, pro- vides the nucleus around which Coach Loete hopes to build a championship crew. David Randall Gary Coleman - 433 . 406 Byron Amburgy Orville Clevenger . 292 280 Ralph Looney . 390 Dwayne Loden 280 Dick Goodwin . 378 Gary Danley 240 Dick Lacey .357 Don Goodwin 136 John Vipond . 314 Don Gillispie II I LEAGUE GAMES Morton I5 Onalaska 1 Morton o Mossyrock Morton 5 Onalaska o Morton 2 I Randle Morton 4 Mossyrock 5 Morton 2 5 Randle PRACTICE GAMES Morton 9 Eatonville 5 Morton 7 Cent. -JC Morton 20 Eatonville 2 Morton I9 Cent. -HS Morton 3 Onalaska 1 Morton 5 Toledo This page sponsored by MORTON TELEPHONE CO, EVALINE 'S FLOWERS--GREENHOUSES DULL AND GIBBONS GROCERY Ralph E. Welch Flowers for every occasion Formerly Chesser 's Morton, Washington Phone 2959 Morton Morton, Washington 55 ' FIRST ROW, left to right: Mr. Loete, Eldon Bristol, Gary Danley, Dwayne Loden, Gary Coleman, Jack Norris, Don Gillispie, Bill Hilton, Lloyd Harris, lim Coston, SECOND ROW, left to right: Allan Clevenger, Tom Byley, Dick Goodwin, Earl Carbaugh, Broyn Amburgy, Don Howlett, Johnny Vipond. NOT IN PICTURE: Kermeth Stanley, oaffermen CM The Lettarnen Club Officers this year were as follows: Don Howlett ........................ President Orville Clevenger .............. NiCe'Pr6Sid6I1I Ralph Looney ,....., ,..,. Sec retary-Treasurer Earl Carbaugh ............... Sergeant-at-Arms The Club annual initiation this year proved to be exciting, The new lettermen were initiated in the gym and given refreshments afterwards. Last summer some of the lettermen helped at the Jubilee and raised quite a lot of money, The V. F, W, sponsored a basketball game with the Harlem Globe Trotters, and the proceeds went to the Lettermen Club fund, . This page sponsored by McDONALD'S RESTAURANT WINSLOWS' GROCERY 8- HARDWARE "Jubilee Room" Phone 2511 Phone 2445 Morton Morton I Washington 56 SEPTEMBER 2 Back to the grind and school OCTOBER 5 Football game with Pe E11 NOVEMBER 4 Music Music alcfivifiea Clafenclar DECEMBER 21-JANUARY 2 Christmas vacation JANUARY 4 Basketball game with Winlock Juniors attended play at C. P, S. JANUARY 5 Film given by the Kosmos Timber co. FEBRUARY 21 Psychophysical Drivers Training Tests ' FEBRUARY 22 ' School out for Washington s Birthday, MARCH 6 Junior Class Play "The Nit Wits" A grand assembly JQANUARY 3 APRIL 4 Game with Toledo First League baseball NOVEMBER 7 game with Randle P. L. C. or C. P. S. JANUARY II Conference at Chehalis Game with Randle APRIL zo-11 Spring Vacation NOVEMBER 9 JANUARY 18 Girls' Club dance Game with Mossyrock APRIL I7 Senior Play NOVEMBER 16 JANUARX 25 --Lights our" Game at Tenino Game with Winlock NOVHMBH 21 JANUARY 31 MAY re Mass band concert Roller skating party Baseball Playoff at WiT110Ck -with some improvements DECEMBER 6 FEBRUARY 1 MAY 16 Roller skating party Game, with omuaska Junior-Senior Banquet with bangs and bruises and Ball FEBRUARY 5 Theme-" Blue Moon" DECEMBER 7 Game with Randle F,l-LA, dance MAY 23 FEBRUARY I4 Championship game DECEMBER II Mother's Tea and a Football dinner Style Show MAY 25 Senior Baccalaureate DECEMBER I2 FEBRUARY I5 Game with State School Game with Mossyrock MAY 28 1 Senior Graduation DECEMBER I4 Basketball Jamboree MAY 29 ' Last of school This page sponsored by BRISTER'S STATIONERY Typewriters - Acldlng Machines - Calculators 2l5 North Tower School Supplies Cenfralla 57 WH - This page sponsored by BICKFORD'S FORDE PHELPS Meat Groceries Dry Goods -- Groceries -- Drugs Mineral , Washington Phone 383 Mineral This page sponsored by 5C TO 51.00 STORE UNION SERVICE STATION Mofffm Congratulations Class of '52 Washington 59 Morton, Washington . w nn, 1' 'ML laugh, allo! Gly - . Top Row: Gabriel, blow... Hold that pose Pretty dog r 'He works for nv father--" Second Row: Spaeta.tors??? What is it? Dead-md Kids Third Row: "Isn't this fun?" Mutt and Jeff The Wind-up Mermaids? Fourth Row: Ragmopl Get it straight, Camahan Fifth Row: Hal Look at the birdie This page sponsored by KOSMOS KORNER STORE Carnahan, Proprietor Kosmos , Washington -G'CK'G G CK Ci-G 'G -G'G'G'4!'!K-G-GKPG-f!'CI-G'G'C! Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q . . . jLrouqA Wemorieid gg? Top Row: Esther Sweetie Pies which is Lana?? Frances Suter Second Row: "I'm bashfuld' The Pied Pipers Peanuts I I'BIB3IRb81' Uhmleoee Third Row: Smile pretty... Cousins Sumertime... Fourth Row: No square deal here Ain't we sweet... Fifth Row: Solemn Irene Grade School Innocents Sixth Row: Kosmos Gang This page sponsored by FERGUSON 8. CALLSEN Union Oil Distributors Morton, Washington 61 0 L 1, D U.D.3.D.33.g.D.5.5.3.g.f,.j3.3.y,-3-jp2-8-D-Dif-D'D'D'D'L'1J'D'D'L' KH I s T o R Y, concludedp Chapter III UPPER CLASSMEN AT LAST C The Class of '52 numbered 52 at their entrance this year, but during the school term gained more. We found our third year a busy one. The junior girls sold candy, popcorn, soda pop, and hot dogs at the games. During the year the juniors presented a play, "Hillbilly Courtship," as another means to raise money for this project. The theme for our senior ball, "Harbor Lights," was beautifully carried out in harbor scenes in blue with black silhouettes. Class advisors in our junior year were Miss truvedson and Mr. Beller. In the election of offi- cers the following won out: President, Gary Danleyg Vice-President, Orville Clevengerg Trea- surer, Don Howlett, Secretary, Lila McHenryg Student Council Representative, Gary Colemang Sergeant-at-Arms, Byron Amburgy. chqpfef IV our GOAL REACHED As mighty seniors our goal is reached, after four very successful years at Broadbent High. Of- ficers elected were Donald Howlett, Presidentg Sue Stamper, Vice-President, Edith Brewster, Secretaryg Pat Sanders, Student Council Representativeg and Earl Carbough, Sergeant-at-Arms. John Vipond was elected Student Council President. Again our class, was well represented in school activities. We can now relax briefly and watch the other students still climbing the ladder of high school learning. We number 40. qc L A s s w 1 L L, coneludedy I Kenneth Riffe will my rowdiness to Lloyd Harris. To anyone who is healthy and able, I June Mills will my Saturday nights. I Kenneth Stanley will my driving ability to Don Gillispie, since he's got a licence. I Maureen Perkins will the mimeographing machine to anyone who has the strength to throw it out the window. I Eugene Tiller will my place in Mr. Carle's English class to whoever wants it. I Patricia Sanders will the little bottle of aspirin in my locker to anyone on next year's paper staff. To Jim Coston, I John Vipond will my receding hair line. I Esther Short will the good breaks in my "Chev" to Thelma Sloan. I Sue Stamper will my quietness to Morton High School -- it certainly needs it. I Joanne Stiltner will my love for Randle, which was willed to me last year, to Sharon Mahon. I Ramona Tappan will take my love for a certain sailor with me. I Barbara Thornsberry will my fighting temper to Mae Bonar. I Pat Rich will leave. The foregoing instrument was, by the said class of nineteen hundred and fifty-two, signed, sealed, published, and declared by us to be its last will and testament. We have hereunto subscribed our names as witnesses thereto. Attest Maureen Perkins 62 Thelma Sloan OTHER SPONSORS KOMACK SHOE SHOP Shoe Repair Morton, Washington FECHTNI-1R'S JEWELRY STORE 901 Chehalis Ave. Chehalis, Washington DR, WAYNE L, HINES Optometrist Chehalis, Washington MORTON REXALL DRUG CO, Morton, Washington J. C, PENNY CO, Chehalis, Washington BURNETT'S JEWELERS Chehalis, Washington GARRISON'S REXALL FRUG STORE Centralia--Chehalis ST, I-IELI-1N'S HOTEL Chehalsi, Washington HUGHES SHOE STORE Chehalis, Washington ALBERT. IEW ELERS "Store of Personal Service" Chehalis, Washington PEOPLES APPLIANCE STORE Phone 8'7I33 Chehalis LEWIS COUNTY HARDWARE INC. Chehalis, Washington CHARLET'S FURNITURE CO, INC, Quality Furniture for Less Centralia, Washington ANDY ENGEBRETSEN, ATTORNEY Morton, Washington COFFMAN-DOBSON BRANCH National Bank of Washington Chelalis, Washington LOHR BROS., MUSIC Cenu'al.ia's Complete Music Store Centralia, Washington THE GESLER-MCNIV EN CO Complete Home Furnishers Centralia, Washington I, C, PENNY CO, Centralia, Washington BARTEL's MEN'S STORE Chehalis, Washington PROFITT'S DEPT. STORE Centralia, Washington UNION BARBER SHOP Morton, Washington 'jcmctt H'- Tavern and Cafe Kosmos, Washington ST EELHEAD TAVERN Morton, Washington SPAR TAVERN Morton, Washington TREGONING TAVERN Morton, Washington DAI.-E'S GROCERY Phone 2946 Morton, Washington H, E, WATERER Dump Truck and Tractor Work Phone 3562 Morton, Washington, KLAT'S DEPARTMENT STORE Morton, Washington DR, W, F, LOUGHNAN -' DR, R, C, HUNTINGTON Optometrists Columbus Building Chehalis We, the 1952 Huskimemo Staff, wish to thank the Business and Professional men and women of Lewis and Pierce Counties for their generous support in the publication of this year book. PATRICTA SANDERS, EDITOR 63 IRAS H, LONG, Advisor - , . .Q .-va, .- ., .., ,lt-. - -Y --'-v it A -173, . 2. js' . - .3 s ..s4w.,t , ,N WE- Z .- '1' M' " . '4 1, .zfijt ' - h ,1g1:i"'Qf. ,drfowp A M w L- ' Y'v K.. ,, l f, A f ?',2Ni"' K , 1 V ,, C'-LAL F ' -b J , iff yy,- , , LV' mv' f ef w 2 fr . ' ' 3: 1.4. 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