Morton High School - Huskimemo Yearbook (Morton, WA)

 - Class of 1953

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N f, .J .jg ,f ' f ,' ug. x x . , I ,. fs ..- yg , ,f A 1 J 4l Al Jw, N A Q!! J MQW J , M WM . 521 F UM' U 1? Q qwwj W KM ,N 920' M59 E 5245.1 ' " Q 4,23 -7 f eifii M if? SN 'N ii JAM JWIQQWM 'Y K - cf!- ywf' Wf'fj,W7W RSSB Aiwa J E ' . ' Jn MORTON HIGH SCHOOL 'L MORTON, WASHINGTON 1 fi 9 5 4 e I K M ,s PRESENTS ITS 1 95 3 EUSK MEMO Editor and Business Manager - Dianne Vipond Associate Editors - Carol Combs, Mary Lou Lacey, Sharon Mahon, Mae Bonar, Georgie Thiel, Frances Suter, Shirley Thornsberry and Lucille Reed. Sports Editor - Donald Gillispie Photographers - Mr. Charles Lore, Mr. Donald Olson, and Stolz Studio, Tacoma. Washington. Adviser - Mrs. Iras Long 2 -,PV .14 lzcoral Q! gn N wiiwgfx 5 l 3 This page sponsored by FAIRHART'S HOTEL Phone 2552 Morton, Washington TOM COSTON "Logging" one 2726--Morton, Wash merica fAe geaufyu, O beautiful tor spacious skies, for amber waves of grain, For purple mountain majesties above the fruited plain. America! America! God shed His grace on thee, And crown thy good with brotherhood from sea to shining sea, 5 ur sjweafor " STUMBLING" On September 2, 1949, 50 scared and trembling Freshmen approached Broadbent High. We were duly initiated on September 29 and were honored with a dance given by the Sophomores, After that memorable day was past the Freshmen felt right at home and we began to enjoy our first high school year by giving a return dance for the Sophs. The Frosh were well represented in many activities such as athletics, yell- leading, song leading, and activity clubs. Altogether we spent a very exciting year. Class officers were Dick Goodwin, Presidentg Tony Bristol, Vice-President, Dianne Vipond, Secretary and Treasurer, Teddy Tetherow, Student Council Representative. Class advisors were Mrs. Long and Mr, Loete. "I'LL GET BY" This year the Sophomores, our number now decreased to 46, walked back to school with a surer step, Our first project was the Freshman initiationg and that over with, we celebrated with a dance. ' The Sophomores showed much school spirit in sports, dances, song leading, and cheer leading. . . .in short, in almost all school activities. Class officers elected this year were Tony Bristol, Presidentg Dick Goodwin, Vice-Presidentg Lorraine Dietzel, Secretary and Treasurerg Dwayne Loden, Student Council Representativeg Richard Sparkman, Sergeant at Arms, Class advisors were Mrs, Winsberg and Mr. Roberts, "STAIRWAY TO THE STARS" Enrollment of the Class of '53 took a plunge that year, down to 41 Juniors. "Blue Moon" was the unusual theme chosen by the Junior class for the annual Senior Ball. The hall was decorated appropriately with soft blue lights and romantic silhouettes. As upper classmen that year the Junior class looked forward to their Senior year in dearly beloved Broadbent High. Again the Junior class was well represented in all school activities. That year's officers were Tony Bristol, Presidentg Dwayne Loden, Vice-President, Dianne Vipond, Secretary and Treasurer, Dick Goodwin, Sergeant at Arms, Lloyd Harris, Student Council Representative. Class advisors for the year were Miss Truvedson and Mr. Beller. , fContinued on page 603 This page sponsored by STATE BANK OF MORTON Morton, Washington 6 0 f 81710141 This page sponsored by B, B. CRABB CO, Accounting- - Insurance Morton, Washington B. A. , University of Washingtong Eastern Washington College of Education: Washington State College. A school consists of two principal groups, students and teachers. Only when the two work together in a friendly and understanding atmosphere does the school become what is commonly termed a "good" school, Together we have been moving in the right direction. Without the cooperation of the students this would not have been possible. We have a "good" school. Such progress, however, must be a continuing process, We either must move ahead or we will slip back. It is my hope that we may con- tinue to work together in the deve pment o n ven better school, Miwfiffzw Ml' 262 EIU Again, in my opinion, our school has made steady progress, Thanks to all your help. It has been our sincere endeavor to make t e high school a good school, A school in which you could learn the essential things. We hope that you have enjoyed this year as much as we have enjoyed in- structing you, and we also hope that you will look upon our school with pride that will grow as each year passes. W Superintendent Principal S 0 - - J ' This page sponsored by REG LESTER Morton's Buick GMC Dealer General Petroleum Distributor 8 B, A. , Jamestown North Dakotag Graduate work, University of Washington, American History, Senior Class Advisor, Pep Club Advisor. Hobby- - Sports. Ulf' e pero MISS MAE TRUVEDSON B.S. of Education, Framingham Teachers' College, Framingham, Mass.g Graduate work, Colorado A. and M., Fort Collins, Colorado. ,Home Economics, F. H. A. Advisor, Freshman Class Advisor. Hobby-- ceramics. Favorite saying- "Oh. Gosh!" MR. JACK LOWNEY B. A. , College of Puget Soundg Bachelor of Education, C. P. S. Wash. History, Span- ish, Drivers Training, Social Living, Cur- rent Prohlems, Assistant Coach, Junior Class Advisor. Hobby--sports, MR. ROSS W. CARLE B.A. in History, Minor in Enggish, Walla Walla Collegeg Graduate wor , U. of W. World History, Junior English, Senior Eng- lish, Speech and Dramatics, Audio-Visual Co-ordinator, Library Advisor, Freshman Class Advisor, Tennis Advisor. Hobby-- foreign cars, MR. HILLARD BELLER B.S., Northern State Teachers' College, outh Dakota B S U of Washin tong S : . ., . Graduate work, Wash. State College, gull- man, Wash. and U. of O., Corvallis, Ore on. Shop and Mechanical Drawing, Sop omore Class Advisor. Hobby--handi- E craft, FORD -1 4 This page sponsored by KENNETT MOTORS Your Friendly Ford Dealer Morton, Washington 9 MRS. IRAS LONG B F A University of Washin ton . . ., g : Graduate work, University of Wash- ington. Bookkeeping, Typin Shorthand, Paper and Annual Ai visor, Senior Class Advisor. Hob- bies--gardening and cooking. MISS RITA ATHAN B.S. , Seattle Universityg Graduate work, U. of W. Freshman English, Sophomore English, Girls' Physical Education, Girls' Club Advisor, Junior Class Advisor. Hobby--cre- ative dancing and Ballet. Favorite saying- -"Honest1y. " MR. CHARLES LORE B.S. in Public School Music, Indi- ana. State Teachers' College, Indiana, Penna. 1 Graduate work at' New York University, U. 0fPitts- burgh, U. of Calif. Director of Music, Morton and Mineral Schools. Hobbies--photography and fishing. This page sponsored by CHEHALIS MUSIC COMPANY Your Most Complete Music Store Congratulations to Class and Faculty of 1953 10 MR. THOMAS WAKEFIELD B.S. in Chemistry, University of Washington. Physics, Biology, General Science, Junior Class Ad- visor. Hobbies--hunting and fish- mg. MR. CHARLES LOETE L. A., Pacific Luthern College: Bachelor of Edu., C.P.S, Mathe- matics, Boys' Phys. Ed., Coach, Soph. Class Advisor, Lettermen's Club Advisor. Hobbies--sports and woodworking. Favorite saying-- "Be Quiet!" 4 l 1 W MILBRATH, DON u "Courtesy is the key to happiness. Speech and Drama 4. TIMMS, Lois "Love and kindness sought is good, but given unsought is better." Entered from Ballard, October, 1951. Girls' Club 3,4, Pep Club 4g Paper Staff 4g Annual Staff 4, grill Team 4: Speech and Drama eniorrf VIPOND, DIANNE "A good mind possesses a kingdom." EvergreenGirls' State 35 Girls' Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Girls' Club Vice-President 39 G-irls' Club President 4: Class secretary-Treasurer 1, 3,4g Student Body Secretary-Treasurer 4g Pep Club 1,2,3,4g Drill Team 2,3,4g Yell Queen 1,2,3,4g Girls' Chorus 1, 2, 3, 44 Girls' Chorus President 4g Operetta lg Paper Staff 1, 4, Torch Society 1, 2, 3, 45 Annual Staff 1, 3, 4: Assistant Annual Edi- tor 3: Annual Editor and Business Manager 44 F. H. A. 1, 2, 3, 4g Office Staff3g Girls' Basketball 1, 3. This page sponsored by PHELPS DEPARTMENT STORE Morton Phone 2201 12 AUMAN, NEAL n A Penny for your thoughts?" lntra-mural Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4. alway Q Club 1, 2, 3,4, r Staff 4g Annualstaff 4g F.H . lg Pep Club 1,2,4g Drill Team 4: Office Staff 4. s j TAYLOR, WARD if "Do not shorten the morning by getting up late." Football 1, 3, 4g Band 1, 2, 3, 4. Mnzrs, MARY ' "Your eyes' blue depths are lifted, with love and friendship stirred. Girls' Club 1,2,3,4g Pep Club 1,2, 35 Drill Team 1, 2: F.H.A. 2,33 Band 1,2,3,4g Song Queen 1,2,3g Girls' Chorus 1,'2g Speech and Drama 4. far ill . . fr Ii! l is CRAMER, ROBERT ul " Leave no stone unturned. " Speech and Drama 4. I V 1 fl SLOAN, THELMA 3 , ,,i, "The only way to have a friend is to be one. " Girls' Club l,2,3,4g Office staff 35 Paper Staff 1,35 Annual Staff 1, 3g Girls' Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4g Song Queen 1,2, 35 Girls' Basketball 1,2g Band 1, 2, 3, 4: F.H.A. 1,2,3,4,g Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4g Pep Club Ser- geant at Arms 43 Class Sergeant.at Arms 45 Speech and Drama 4, This page sponsored by KLASEY CHEVROLET CO. , INC. Morton, Washington 13 my p ff! 5 ,. J H 4 f xliplaj 4:!,c.f I BONAK MAE "Thinking well is wiseg planning well, wiserg doing well wisest and best of all, " Girls' Club 1,2,3,4g Pep Club 45 Girls' Chorus 23 Office staff 4g Li- brarian 3,45 Paper staff 43 Speech and Drama 4g Annual Staff 4. CURRY, BETTY "People who make no noise are dangerous. " Pep Club l,2,45 Girls' Chorus 1,25 Girls' Club l,2,3,45 Majorette 2, 3,45 Speech and Drama 4. Loman, DWAYNE "He profits most who serves besi. " Football l,2,3,45 Basketball 1,2, 3,45 Baseball 2,3,45 Lettermen's Club 2, 3, 45 Intra-mural l5 Speech and Drama 45 Student Council Rep- resentative 25 Class Sergeant at Arms 45 Class Vice-President 35 Evergreen Boys' State 3. GOODWIN, DICK "As good natured a soul as e'er trod on shoe leather. " Class President 15 Class Vice-Presi- dent 25 Student Body President 45 Football l, 2, 3, 4g Football Co-Cap- tain 45 Basketball l, 2, 3,45 Basket- ball Captain 45 Student Council Sergeant at Arms 35 Class Sergeant at Arms 45 Lettermen's Club l, 2, 3, 4. This page sponsored by MORTON JOURNAL Archie Watts Morton, Washington 14 THOMAS, BARBARA "Ah, 'tis gjood to be alive. " Girls' Clu 1,2,3,4: Majorette 4 Speech and Drama 4, COSTON, JIM "He who does not love wine, women, and song, remains a fool his Whole life long." Football 1, 45 Band 1, 25 Lettermen's Club 2, 3, 45 Baseball Manager l, 2, 3: Intra-mural 2, 3: Evergreen Boys' State 35 Paper Staff 45 Speech and Drama 4. xx X 9? 'Golf W Vw 9,1 pf REED, LUCILLE "The highest of distinctions is ser- vice to others." F. H. A. 1, 2, 3, 4: Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Girls' Club 1,2,3,4g Girls' Club Secretary-Treasurer 4g Speech and Drama 45 Paper and Annual Staff 4. CLEVENGER, ALLAN "Virtue is the performance of pleas- ant actions." Football 2,3,4: Lettermen's Club 2,3,4g Lettermen's Club S t. at Arms 4: Baseball Mgr. 1,2,3gg Bas- ketball Mgr. 1, 2: Speech and Drama 4. W gf GILLISPIE, DON "The music that can deepest reach and cure all ills, is cordial speech." Baseball 1, 2, 3,45 Basketball 1,2, 3, 43 Football Manager 1, 2: Band 1, 2g Class President 45 Lettermen's Club 1,2, 3, 4, Paper and Annual Staff 4. This page sponsored by THRIFTY DRUG STORE Prescriptions, Drugs, Sundries Morton Phone 2661 '15 CI..El"ENGER,' BARBARA co'rY "Kindness makes friends and kind- ness keeps them." Girls' Club 1,2,3,4: F.H.A. 1.2, 3,49 Intra-mural 1,2,3g DrillTeam 1,2,4: Girls' Chorus 4. MORIARTY, I ACK "Por my part, I'd first man among these fellows, than the second man in Rome." Football 2, 3. 4: Speech and Drama 4: Track 3,4g Lettermen's Club 3, 4g Intra-mural 1, 2,3,4, be the 4 GILLISPIE, CLARANCE Y "The secret of happiness is not in doing what one likes but in liking what one has to do. " Boys' Chorus l,2g Band 1,2,3,4g Speech and Drama 4, WILSON, MARY "The quiet mind is richer than a crown." F.H.A. 1,25 Drill Team 2: Girls' ub l,2,3,4g Girls' Chorus 1,21 Pep Club 1, 2, 4, Office Staff 4: Leader 4g Vice President of Body 4g Girls' Basketball T Ch S ,ciety 1,2,3,4. ,indie ffffiifffgg, af f " ij' "Moderation is a 'lg bid M I ' all extremes. " ' A F.H.A. lg Paper St, f , nn Q Jr 0' , 4 staff 4g Girls' Chorus 2 5 ' an P 'i 2, 3, 45 Majorette 43 Pe Cl 1, 45 , ' Z' ' Drill Team 45 Girls' l A , 4,9 ' v A 1 ' Speech and Drama 4. f-V' J, N - , Q' V, U' f 2 f A This pa e spon by SPAR TAVERN Morton , Washington 16 T1-IOMA5, ' GORDON "Men of few words are the best men." Track 1, 2, 3, 4: Football 1, 2, 3, 43 Basketball Manager 35 Intra-mural 1, 2, 3, 4: Speech and Drama 4. 1 s THIEL, GEORGIA "Laugh and the world laughs with you." Entered from Queen Anne, February, 1952. Girls' Club 4: F.H.A. 35 Paper Staff 3,45 Annual Staff 3,4p Girls' Chorus 3,4g Pep Club 4: Drill Team 49 Speech and Drama 4. HILL, RAYMOND "What wisdom can you find that is greater than kindness?" oys' Chorus lg Football Manager 4. TAYLOR, DOLORES "A merry heart maketh a cheerful countenance. " Girls' Club 1,2,3,4: Pep Club 1,2, 44 Band 2,3,4g Librarian 4g Girls' Chorus 1,45 Operetta lg Girls' Bas- ketball 1, 2g Drill Team 2 , 3g Speech and Drama 4, LACEY, MARY "She is brave and happy, and good and gay. " Yell Queen l,2,3,4: PSP Club 1, 2,3,4g Girls' Club 1,2,3,4: F.H- A, 1,2,3,4g F.H.A. Secretary 3: F,H. A. Historian 4: Speech and Drama 43 Operetta lg Girls' Basket- ball 1,2g Drill Team 1, 2,43 Torch Society 1,2, 3, Girls' Chorus 1,2,4r Annual staff 4, Paper Staff 1, 45 4 Girls' Club Secretary 3. This page is sponsored by WRIGHT IEWELERS "The Wright Jewelers for you" Morton, Washington 17 cr' HARRIS, LLOYD "Men who know much say-little." Student Council Representative 3, 4: Basketball 3, 4: Baseball 2, 3. 45 Football 2,3,4g Lettermen's Club 2,3,4. K RIFFE, SHIRLEY 1' Where the willingness is great, the difficulties can not be great, " F.H.A. 1,2,3,4g Girls' Club 1,2, 3, 4g Pep Club 2, 3,43 Girls' Basket- ball 1,25 Girls' Chorus 4. BENTON, TOM "It is far better to be too late than too fast." Football 2, 3, 45 Track 1, 2, 3, 4: Speech and Drama 45 Basketball Manager 3: Intra-mural 1, 2, 3, 4. STAMPER, YVONNE 5 "Well done is far better than well said," Girls' Club 1,2,3,45 Pc?pClub 1,2,45 F.H.A. 1, 2, 3, 45 O ice Staff 45 Girls' Chorus 1, 2,45 Speech and Drama 45 Drill Team 1, 2. MAHON, SHARON "A man in the case? Then l'm interested. " Girls' Chorus 1,2,35 Torch Society 1,2,3g Girls' Club 1,2,3,45 Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 45 F.H.A. 1, 2, 3, 45 FHA President 4: F.H.A. Treasurer 35 Drill Team 2,35 Paper Staff 4: Annual Staff 45 Song Leader 15 Speech and Drama 4. This page sponsored by BRANDT BEDE, MID. ARNOLD WARK, M. D. Morton, Washington 18 BRISTOL, ELDON , "He that has patience can compass anything." Football 1,2, 3,45 lntra-Mural 1, 2, 3, 45 Lettermen's Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Class President 2, 35 Class Vice- President 1. SUTER, FRANCES "The secret of success is constancy to purpose, " Girls' Club 1,2,3,45 Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 45 F. H, A. 1, 2, 3, 45 Girls' Chorus 1,2,45 Girls' Chorus Secre- tary 45 Drill Team 1, 25 Paper Staff 4: Annual Staff 4. 1 THOMPSON, RONALD "Discretion of speech is more than eloquenceg and to speak agreeably to him with whom we deal is more than to speak good words in good order." Entered From Yakima, October 1952. HARRIS, FAY p Q A-J Md I 1 In N. Lt, "Nothing great ever ach12ve!:L,"vvithQfl1t' enthusiasm Zpldyambititanf ' J V .Y Girls' Club, ,2,33ggPep 1VuZ?4CTlalss"Sec- 1- A ,x .hy I I , , '-1 ' .1 r -" w 1 retary-MN I 3' 'KV-' in fsyrl? DQ". M 1 Q ay!! N, ff' iv" f Lf J V A1 Lv V 7 J X I fl , 6 VY 4: VA -' ltf A gk' f -' . .I ' 5, ' A 'ffm 1 lily ' Wfrpjfij, .yum iris' F ind! rg., M, fs, ,ff la: KW if Q, ' ' X5 ,W ,JV 1 V -vi Pl if 21' ,V , , . 1, . , 'J ' 1 J fi WJ ,MIV1 U A ,Alf ,W L+ if bf! 'P V SPARKMAN, RICHARD "Though somewhat tardy, I per- chance arrive. " Class Sergeant at Arms 25 Class Vice-President 4: ,Football 1,2,4g Basketball 1,2,3,4g Baseball 1,25 Intra-Mural 1. O SENIOR CLASS PIN SENIOR CLASS RING This page sponsored by U. S. PLYWOOD CORP. Kosrnos Division Kosmos , Washington 19 SHIRLEY THORNSBERRY has been working in Southem Siberia these past ten years as a moder- X f',,, W4 f 'N X f , , ,,rr , A ' 1 A' ff R x N ff R w . in 25' X QW I an X N f f , A rf N o . Q MIM! ,lx , A W Dear Mr. Olson: FN ,. We received your letter some time algo requesting news of the whereabouts of the students of the W -Y, class of '53. We, Dianne Vipond, S aron Mahon, and I, Georgie Thiel, were just cleaning the sri kennels when your letter arrived. We have a farm for furfligated foxes, you know. We imme- diately set out to find news of our class-mates, each of us to a different part of the country. Returning a month later, this is what we discovered. if ator to a famous debating team. RAYMOND HILL has become the flyweaight boxing champion of the Miscellaneous Members of the Morton Moose. He has certainly developed since '53. WARD TAYLOR has orgimlzed his own, unique band and is now traveling in China trying to get some rhythm into the C iriese. You've no doubt heard of the Taylor Trumpet Tooters? RICHARD SPARKMAN is in charge of the Heidelberg factory in Tacoma. He is a success and seems to enjoy his work immensely. DON MILBRATH is an instructor at M. H. S. teaching the little Mortonites in a new course called How to be a Ladv-Killer in Ten Easy Lessons." JACK MORIARTY is married now and has seven little Moriarties. He is a successful business man and after 10 years of hard work finally became Mavnr of Kosmos. GORDON THOMAS owns a huge sailing vessel and sails the seven seas intent upon becoming the ,most infamous pirate in the world. He's in the lead so far. A DOLORES TAYLOR is in the piano moving and tuning business. She also plays boogie Woogie nights in a high-class club in Tacoma. MARY WILSON married the famous Dr. Jekyl and she is experimenting with a new man-killing perfume that will wipe out the male: sex in one easy whiff. LOIS TIMMS is teaching weight-lifting to a group of muscle-minded kindergarten studentsin Africa, CLARENCE GILISPIE is in Africa too, with his radio show, "Gillispie's Guiding Gophers," a musical show of classical and hymnal nieces. SHIRLEY RIFFE has turned the Morton Funeral Home into a first-class night club and has made a fortime in the past ten years. FRANCES SUTER is married and :she and her husband, Edwin Richards, have five boys. fGood start for a baseball team.l LMCK GOODWIN is a famous denture maker and is busy teaching the younger generation how to charm girls with false teeth. RIOBERT CRAMER is a dress designer. He not only designs the dresses but the models who wear em too. MARY MIRES has made a career of handing out trophies to hot-rod winners--you can see her smiling face on the cover of any auto magazine. BETTY CURRY has made a good living by working at a gambling house in Reno. She owns a yellow Cadillac and wears pa ten-inch diamond ring. CAROL COMBS is teachingl Bible Classes at M. H. S. She is very happy at her work and the students love her. CAll of em are boys.j fContinued on page 603 Q1 20 WW Q P i-SN W7 W 1971! .z-L fr,-,,,, f Yi, CPQ Q I niizhu 4-I.. Z 56. Z fy' 5- AJ Y i .Ln ,XS-X 3. 4 I '1 f Q' , , f 7 79 fy K"- '-v" Q e equeaf Z Qi y 7 P' S: S We, the Seniors of nineteen hundred and fifty three, do hereby will and bequeath the following: Firstly, to our not-so-sane faculty we will our "tattered and tom" books no longer needed. Secondly, to the Juniors we will our old dilapidated mimeograph machine, and hope they take good care of it. Thirdly, to the Sophomores we will our friendly? relations with the teachers. Fourthly, to the Freshmen we will all our unpaid debts. I, NEAL AUMAN, will my quiet ways to James Eastman. I, TOM BENTON, will my tall physique to Paul Lloyd. I, MAE BONAR, will my Mae West figure to Lorna Combs. I, TONY BRISTOL, will my 200 poun s of weight to Jack Sexton. I, ALLAN CLEVINGER, will my ability to play the Ukulele to Bill Wandke. I, JIM COSTON, will my old white horse to anyone who can catch him. To Donna Clark, l, CAROL COMBS, will my ability to play Juliet to any Romeo. I, BARBARA COTY, will my temper to Daisy Compton, since I no longer need it. f , BOB CRAMER, will my 39 Chevrolet to Don Rowe. he needs it, BETTY CURRY, will my position as head baton twirler to Diane Nilson. I I. I, CLARENCE GILLISPIE, will my projectionist ability to Mr. Carle. DON GILLISPIE, will my job at Gene's Service Station to anyone who wants it. .L . I' XI I DICK GOODWIN, will my charming smile to Mr. Wakefield, and hope he uses it. , LLOYD HARRIS, will my scholastic ability to Bob Bagley. , RAY HILL, will my enormous size to David Carnahang he needs it, DWAYNE LODEN, will my Swedish nationality to Harvey Olson, hoping he carries it through fgfn, I, "iii, .0-5 f- 3-is fi? 9 ML 'su I jr K high school with high honors. We, MARY LOU LACEY and DIANNE VIPOND, will our long hair to M. Hanger and B. Coty. I, SHARON MAHON, will my yellow nail polish to anyone with a strong constitution. I, DON MILBRATH, will my dramatic ability to Lavern Porter. I, MARY MIRES, will my Marilyn Monroe figure to Sharon Klasey. I, JACK MORIARTY, will my deep voice to Howard McNeely. I, LUCILLE REED, will my three trips a day to the ost office to Ruth Huddleston. I, SHIRLEY RIFFE, will my ability to get along wits Mr. Carle to Darlene Allen. I, THELMA SLOAN, will my love for the Mineral boys to Shirley Hilton. l, RICHARD SPARKMAN, will my ability to skip classes to anyone who can do it. I, YVONNE STAMPER, will my seat on the Mineral bus to anyone who can stand J.P. I, FRANCES SUTER, will my love for an Elbe boy, after July, to Bonnie Stamper. I, DOLORES TAYLOR, will my ability to make eyes at the boys to Jeannine Freeman. l, GEORGIE THIEL, will my place as leader of the "gang" to Jeannette Gross. I, BARBARA THOMAS, will the Fern Gap Fire Camp to Avis Schmuck. I, GORDON THOMAS, will my football ability to Gene Amburgy. I, RONALD THOMPSON, will my blond hair to Carroll Christian. I, SHIRLEY THORNSBERRY, will my eyes to Betty Wilson. I, LOIS TIMMS, will my locker to anyone who can take care of it as well as Betty and I did. I, MARY WILSON, will my black hair to Helen Workman. .13 if V Shirley Thornsberry f-f Attest I 5 '2 fr 1' l 11.-170 ik 2, FIRST ROW, left to right: Carroll Christian, Eilene Heinselrnan, Sharon Moore, Fay Harris, Janice Goble, Margaret Wilson. SECOND ROW: Ruth,Hudd1eston, Irene Goodwin, Darlene Allen, Janice lDunaway, Clara Na.ples, Wanda Mahon, Jeannine Freeman, Jean Schoonover. NOT IN PICTURE: Betty Lilloren, Gail Tuttle. FIRST ROW, left to right: Dave Bevan, Lee Moore, Bob Bagley, Gene Arnburgy, Dave Sutherland, Sidney Beck, Frank Ridout, Don Kreger, Cecil Heitt, Clarence Allen. SECONDHROW: Leroy Hansen, Rex Hathaway, Lowell Compton, Larry Scott, Douglas Bickford, David Carnahan, James Inman, Bill Wandke, Bill Hilton, James Messling, Donald Cramer. NOT IN PICTURE: James Bemard, Don Rowe, Larry Scott. This page sponsored by MORTON AUTO PARTS SEARS ROEBUCK AND CO. Your NAPA Jobber is a Good Man "Satisfaction Guaranteed to Know or Your Money Back" Morton, Washington Chehalis, Washington 22 unions "Upper Classmen" sounded very good to the Juniors after two years as lower classmenj This year's Junior Class has not waited for its tasksg it has gone ahead and proved its worth by taking over new projects and carrying them out successfully. The class of'54 went all out in raising money for the Junior- Senior Banquet and Senior Ball with the selling of popcorn, candy, pop, etc. , at the games. They ordered theircjass ringsthis year and the majority of the students were well satisfied with them, It is evident from this year's work that the Juniors are not to be kept kovsm. They have the training, ability and pep to beleaders. Watch' them next year! The following were elected as officers: President ,,,, , ,,,,, Dave Carnahan Vice President , ,,,,,, Sidney Beck Sec. -Treasurer . . . . . . .Don Cramer Sgt, -at-Arms ....... Rex Hathaway Student Council Rep ,,., L, Hansen Class Advisers ..... Mr, Wakefield Mr, Lowney B TV4 i Miss Athan 4 This page sponsored by LIVSAY. GENERAL STORE HEADQUARTERS TAVERN DULL AND GIBBONS GROCERY Drygoods- Groceries-Meats Beulah Breckenridge Formerly Chesser's Mineral, Washington Mineral, Washington Morton, Washington 3 FIRST ROW, left to right: John Riffe, Nellie Christian, Janice Sewell, lla Thompson, Beverly Coty, MyrnaHanger, WandaMills, LillieHarris, NoredaCooper, JackSexton. SECOND ROW: John Livesay, Jason Allen, Burton Gossard, Dave Moore, Harvey Olson, Charles Goe, Louis Caviezel, Roland Boren, Dale Steele, Derald Randall. NOT IN PICTURE: Helen Workman, Sandra Clevenger, Florence Muir. I FIRST ROW, left to right: Buddy Hiett, Betty Goff, Joan Caviezel, Arlene Sjoblom, Lorna Combs, Diane Nilson, Jeanette Gross, Delores Reeves, Carol Compton, Bennie Clevenger. SECOND ROW: Alfred Eyle, Jimmie Hewett, Jack De Long, Billy Redick, Don Gilliam, Eddie Wilson, Emil Leppert, . . t . Melvin Andriesen, Kenne NOT IN PICTURE: Juani HOME CONFECTIONERY Cal and Grace Johnson Morton, Washington h Hicks ta Tiller, Jim Schmitt. This page sponsored by 24 UNION SERVICE STATION Congratulations Class of '53 Morton, Washington .SZILTAOHQOPQJ The Sophomore class members began their second year at Ml-IS when they were plunged into the annual initiation ceremonies during the early part of the fall. Then they gave an all school dance on the fo- llowing Friday, with the Freshmen as guests of honor, No year could be successful without athletics, and the Sopho- mores found themselves well repre- sented. Many turned their minds to the more serious side of a high school career, As a result, Sophomore names were found liberally listed on the honor roll, band, clubs, and numerous other activities. Next year, of course, will be "upper classmen" year, and that is just one of the many things to which A X they look forward. The following students were el- ected as officers of the class: PreSident............ Vice President , , , , , , , Sec, -Treasurer , , , , , , Student Council Rep , , , ,Dale Steel Class Advisers ,,,,,, , , , Mr. Loete Mr. Beller Charles Goe Wanda Mills Lillie Harris This page sponsored by MORTON SUPER SERVICE MORTON DRUG MORTON GARAGE Al Cook Morton, Washington AND BODY SHOP Morton, Washington Phone 2251 Morton 25 FIRST ROW, left to right: Wilma Cates, Geraldine Ketzenberg, Lenore Allen, Shelby Cates, Rosie Coleman, Julia Hardy, Mary Christian, Nancy Keller, Daisy Compton, Bonnie Stamper, Iris King, Irene Knittle, Merle Wixson. SECOND ROW: Gloria Bickford, Midot Sanders, Suzy Lawty, Carolyn Butts, Betty Cox, Esther Starr, Donna Clark, Rosie Madden, Eva Hornby, Sharron Klasey, Shirley Hilton, Avis Schmuck, Inis King. FIRST ROW, left to right: Kenneth Cheney, Bennie Eastman, Fred Allen, Arnold Sherbondy, Darrell Harper, Dale Young, Roland Dingman, Johnnie Clevenger, John Fields, Howard McNeely, Lambert Van Oy. SECOND ROW: Paul Lloy , Buzz Lewis, Jim Eastman, Larry Perkins, Clyce Thommens, Bordan Nanney, Fred Little, Gary Wasson, Jesse Hull, Gary Freeman, Mike Perigo. THIRD ROW: Gerald Hanger, Billy Compton, George Johnson, Lavern Porter, Franklin Vansant, Jim Benton, Eddie Lilloren, Leon Summers, George Cramer, Melvin Smith, Laurel Tiller. NOT IN PICTURE: Edward Cristler, Leroy Gregersen, Mike Ketchem, Donnie Potter, Richard Stritt, Larry Wood, Charles Wyatt. This page sponsored by BIRLEY'S FLORISTS R. C. WHEELER'S 1514 Market 909 Market Department Store Chehalis, Washington Mineral, Washington 26 Smlmen "Greenhorns! They get smaller every year, but we love 'em just the same!" That was the cry of the upper classmen when the Frosh fro- mped over the threshold of MHS to settle down to four years of more advanced study. This season's group of Frosh proved that they were able to give and take what was expected ofthem, and "dish out" even more, It was difficult to become ac- customed to the changed school life, but gradually they become less and less "green, " Throughout the year the Fresh- men took part in many activities. At their first class meeting they el- ected the following: President ,,,,,,,,,,,, Laurel Tiller Eddy Lilloren , Nancy Keller , Lavern Porter Gary Wasson Vice President ,,,,,, Sec, -Treasurer ,,,, Sgt. -at-Arms ,.,,, Student Council Rep , , Class Advisers ......... Mr. Carle Miss Truvedson N-'N This page sponsored by MOORE'S BARTEL'S MEN'S STORE BRUNSWICS SHOE STORE Men's Clothing McGregor Sportswear Better styles 10We1' PHCCS Chehalis, Washington Chehalis, Washington Chehalis Washington 27 SMALL FRY TOP ROW: 1 . Tiny Timms 2. The Sad Sisters---Lorna and Carol 3. Mary, Mary, quite con- trary. . , , SECOND ROW: 1. Bright Eyes, Loden 2. Mrs. Compton's Baby Coo 3. Little Dutch girl with a Spanish name THIRD ROW: 1 . Toothless Thelma 2. Slap Happy FOURTH ROW: 1. Come on, smile Ruth 2. A11ie's crying again FIFTH ROW: 1. There are smiles that make you happy .... 2. The Allen Sisters 3. Is this hair real? 4. Who's mad now? This page sponsored by SHELL OIL CO. Lou Bennett ..... Ernie Sparkman Russ Niesen Phone 2734 Morton - ' 2 1 4 6 O beautiful for heroes proved in liberating strife, Who more than self their country loved and mercy more than life America! America! May God thy gold refine Till all success be nobleness and ev'ry gain divine. i 29 FIRST ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Lenore Allen, Betty Wilson, Frances Suter, Jeanette Gross, Georgie Thiel, Sharon Mahon, Beverly Coty, Lillie Harris, Wanda Mills, Fae Harris. SECOND ROW: Mae Bonar, Diane Nilson, Dolores Taylor, Carol Combs, Lois Timms, Lorna Combs, Mary Wilson, Mary Lou Lacey, Dianne Vipond, Thelma Sloan, THIRD ROW: Bonnie Stamper, Betty Goff, Ila Thompson, Joan Caviezel, Sharron Klasey, Arlene Sjoblom, Sharon Moore, Gloria Bickford, Merle Wickson, FOURTH ROW: Yvonne Stamper, Janie Goble, Carol Compton, Irene Goodwin, Shirley Hilton, Bette Lou Lilloren, Ruth Huddleston, Lucille Reed, Avis Schmuck, Noreda Cooper, Eilene Heinselman, FIFTH ROW: Janice Sewell, Del Reeves, Jean Schoonover, Darline Allen, Betty Curry, Clara Naples, Janis Dunaway, Wanda Mahon, Myrna Hanger, Barbara Coty, Shirley Riffe. Qrg ' Girls' Club is a social organization, It gets the girls together, gives them school projects to sponsor, thus getting them interested in the school, The annual Mothers' Tea was presented on February 12, It had a Valentine motif, President was Dianne Vipond: Vice-President, Darlene Allen: Secretary, Bette Lou Lilloren, Treasurer, Lucille Reed: Sergeant-at-Arms, Thelma Sloan: Advisor, Miss Athan, This page sponsored by WILSON BROTHERS SERVICE X CHE RON RPM Oils Morton 30 FIRST ROW, left to right: Lenore Allen, Thelma Sloan, Irene Goodwin, Shirley Hilton, Avis Schmuck, Sharron Klasey, Carol Combs, Darline Allen, Lillie Harris, Shirley Riffe, Lorna Combs, Wanda Mills, Caroll Compton, Meryle Wixson. SECOND ROW: Betty Goff, Gloria Bickford, Barbara Thomas, Shirley Thornsberry, Arlene Sjoblom, Sharon Mahon, Diane Nilson, Jeannine Freeman, Mary Mires, Ruth Huddleston, Jean Schoonover, Frances Suter, Beverly Coty, Bonnie Stamper. THIRD ROW: Betty Wilson, Bette Lou Lilloren, Myrna Hanger, Mary Lou Lacey, Barbara Clevenger, Wanda Mahon, Lois Timms, Clara Naples, Betty Curry, Dolores Taylor, Yvonne Stamper, Helen Workman, Lucille Reed. NOT IN PICTURE: lla Thompson, Florence Muir, Jeanette Gross, Dianne Vipond and Georgie Thiel. ep CLA The pulse beat of the Morton High School school spirit was the Pep Club. They kept the walls resounding with yells and songs to "pep up" the team, Their Morton Huskiettes' sweat shirts, scarfs, and tee shirts were the pride of the student bony. They had a point system similar to that of the Girls' Club which enabled the members to earn letters. President was Lille Harris, Vice-President, Florence Muirg Secretary, Myrna Hangerg Treasurer, Irene Goodwmg Sergeant-at-Arms, Jeannine Freemang Advisor, Mr. Olson. . ' This page sponsored by HOBBS' SUPER VALUE GROCERY AND MEAT MARKET Morton, Washington 31 onor ociefy Points given for grades and activit- ies determine membership in the Honor Society. Pins representing the number of years' membership are awarded to members. Officers of the Society were as fol- lows: Pres., Lloyd Harris, Vice-Pres., Darline Allen, Sec.-Treas. , Lucille Reed. FIRST ROW: left to right: Reed, D. Vipond, D. Reeves, D Allen, I. Goodwin, N. Christian J. Caviezel. BACK ROW: L Hansen, L. Harris, C. Goe, Wilson, D. Cramer, D. Moore, D Steele. This page sponsored by TUBAFOR MILL Day Phone 2275 Evenings 3814 Morton, Washington .S?ucJenf COUl'1.C,f: Important decisions concerning the school were made by the Student Coun- cil, consisting of the StudentBody officers and the Presidents and Representatives from each class. The Student Council officers elected for 1952-53 were Dick Goodwin, Pres.: Mary Wilson, Vice-Pres. 9 Dianne Vipond, Sec. -Treas. LEFT to RIGHT: Mr. Olson, Gary Was- son, Laurel Tiller,' Leroy Hansen, Dick Goodwin, Don Gillispie, Dianne Vipond, Dave Carnahan, Charles Goe, Lloyd Harris, and Dale Steel. SITTING: Georgie Thiel, Mary Lou Lacey, Mae Bonar, Betty Curry, Gordon Thomas, Tom Benton, Clarence Gillispie, Jim Coston. STANDING: Thelma Sloan, Lucille Reed, Yvonne Stamper, Lois Timms, Mary Mires, Allen Clevenger, Don Milbrath. NOT IN PICTURE: Bob Cramer, Dwyane Loden, Jack Moriarty, Sharon Mahon, Dolores Taylor, Shirley Thornsberry, Barbara Thomas, ,oeecA ana! .mramaficd The Speech and Drama Class was orig- inated with the purpose of giving the pupils of Morton High ,a chance to rid themselves of their- fears and inhibitions. It has worked wonderfully and in many ways we are proud of Mr. Carle for making our school a better one. This page sponsored by From THE BOOB COLE'S GROCERY AND MARKET Fine Food -- Thrifty Prices Morton Phone 2501 35 -'Nlb'KbWi4-'1lv'1!"'NEH"N9"19"1ih'Yh'N3w'l9w'E0"NEbYi-W+!4"Y.b'rib'!H-'KQMU-'N-b'Q-"Nlb'Xi'f FIRST RQW, left to right: Mrs. Long, Lucille Reed, Mary Lou Lacey, Georgie Thiel, Frances Suter, Dianne Vipond. SECOND ROW: Sharon Mahon, Lois Timms, Don Gillispie, Carol Combs, Mae Bonar, Shirley Thomsberry. NOT IN PICTURE: ,Tim Coston. alogr angel .xdnnuaf The members of the 5th period paper and annual staff were a hard-working and industrious group of students. With unstinted effort they put out a paper every month. This paper grew in its student in- terest as the new reportersleamed their business. When the "Preparation for Annual" time came the staff prepared to do their best in behalf of the Morton High School students. The theme is "America the Beautiful." The illustrations should bring to mind not only the song, but the factthat America is very dear to our hearts. Both paper and annual were supervised by Mrs. Iras Long. The HUSKIMEMO Editor and Business Manager was Dianne Vipond. The class members took turns editing the I-IUSKY FLASHES and also took turns editing the various pages of individual editions. Jim Coston and Don Gillispie were Sports Reporters. The HUSKIMEMO staff wishes to give grateful tribute to Mr. Lore for his beautiful photography. This page sponsored by BERNARITS SERVICE STATION 54 TO 31- 00 STORE Phone 393 MOFIOH Mineral, Washington WaSh1l1Sf0H 36 FIRST ROW, left to right: Lenore Allen, Thelma Sloan, Irene Goodwin, Shirley Hilton, Avis Schmuck, Sharron Klasey, Carol Combs, Darline Allen, Lillie Harris, Shirley Riffe, Lorna Combs, Wanda Mills, Caroll Compton, Meryle Wixson. SECOND ROW: Betty Goff, Gloria Bickford, Barbara Thomas, Shirley Thornsberry, Arlene Sjoblom, Sharon Mahon, Diane Nilson, Jeannine Freeman, Mary Mires, Ruth Huddleston, Jean Schoonover, Frances Suter, Beverly Coty, Bonnie Stamper. THIRD ROW: Betty Wilson, Bette Lou Lilloren, Myrna Hanger, Mary Lou Lacey, Barbara Clevenger, Wanda Mahon, Lois Timms, Clara Naples, Betty Curry, Dolores Taylor, Yvonne Stamper, Helen Workman, Lucille Reed, NOT IN PICTURE: Ila Thompson, Florence Muir, Jeanette Gross, Dianne Vipond and Georgie Thiel. ep C C2645 The pulse beat of the Morton High School school spirit was the Pep Club. They kept the walls resounding with yells and songs to "pep up" the team, Their Morton Huskiettes' sweat shirts, scarfs, and tee shirts were the pride of the student body. They had a point system similar to that of the Girls' Club which enabled the members to earn letters. President was Lille Harris, Vice-President, Florence Muirg Secretary, Myrna Hanger, Treasurer, Irene Goodwin, Sergeant-at-Arms, Jeannine Freeman, Advisor, Mr. Olson. . ' This page sponsored by HOBBS' SUPER VALUE GROCERY AND MEAT MARKET Morton, Washington 31 FIRST ROW, left to right: Miss Trnvedson, Joan Caviezel, Shirley Riffe, Frances Suter, Myrna Hanger, Lorna Combs, Darline Allen, Mary Mires, Yvonne Stamper, Caroll Compton. SECOND ROW: Thelma Sloan, lla Thompson, Mary Lou Lacey, Sharon Mahon, Diane Nilson, Clara Naples, Florence Muir, Jeannette Gross, Arlene Sjoblomf, Beverly Coty, Lucille Reed, Betty Wilson. NOT IN PICTURE: Iean- nine Freeman, Ruth Huddleston, Bette Lou Lilloren, Mary Wilson, Barbara Coty. On October 25, the F. H. A. girls attended the F. H. A. convention at Battleground, Washington, where they participated in a style show, wearing clothes that they themselves made in Home Economics classes. The officers elected for the year were: President, Sharon Mahon: Vice-President, Irene Goodwing Secretary, Florence Muirg Treasurer, Betty Wilson: Historian, Mary Lou Lacey. QXMAKEIP allia sz-O , Soi, 4? - 1' E. Q, a aim- :ff 2 By .. Og 44,0 QQ Nrw HO This page sponsored by w1NsLows' GROCERY as HARDWARE FASHION CLEANERS Phone 251.1 Prompt and Courteous Service MOHOH. Washington Morton Phone 2622 32 of ice staff At all times the office has student assistants on hand to take care of its business. The members of the office staff, supervised by Mr. Olson, have completed a year which has given them experience in general office work. The girls had many tasks such as greet- ing visitors, running errands, typing letters, and doing mimeograph and ditto wor . They also learned to make records and file them correctly. Left to right: Mae Bonar, Yvonne Stamper, 'Lucille Reed, Mr. Olson, Carol Combs, Darline Allen, Wanda Mills, This page sponsored by MORTON FURNITURE AND APPLIANCE "Congratulations to the Class of '53" Morton, Washington oggrariand The library this year was under the direction of Mr. Carle. Under his guidance the library 'acquired six hundred new books, making a grand total of thirty-five hundred. Morton High School has one of the largest libraries in the county. Mr. Jastad, local pharmacist and mayor, graciously donated the school all his extra magazines. The librarians' duties were to keep order in the library, help find reference ma- terial, and keep books and magazines shelved. The remodeling of the library was done by Don Milbrath. FIRST ROW, left to right: Lillie Har- ris, Betty Wilson, Irene Goodwin, Betty Curry. SECOND ROW: Helen Workman, Dolores Taylor, Shirley Thornsberry, Mae Bonar and Donna Clark, onor Sciefg Points given for grades and activit- ies determine membership in the Honor Society. Pins representing the number of years' membership are awarded to members. Officers of the Society were as fol- lows: Pres., Lloyd Harris, Vice-Pres., Darline Allen, Sec.-Treas., Lucille Reed. FIRST ROW: left to right: L. Reed, D. Vipond, D. Reeves, D. Allen, I. Goodwin, N. Christian, J. Caviezel. BACK ROW: L Hansen, L. Harris, C. Goe, E Wilson, D.Cramer, D. Moore, D Steele. This page sponsored by TUBAFOR MILL Day Phone 2275 Evenings 3814 Morton, Washington .gkuvfenf nun ci Important decisions concerning the school were made by the Student Coun- cil, consisting of the StudentBody officers and the Presidents and Representatives from each class. The Student Council officers elected for 1952-53 were Dick Goodwin, Pres.: Mary Wilson, Vice-Pres. g Dianne Vipond, Sec. -Treas. LEFT to RIGHT: Mr. Olson, Gary Was- son, Laurel Til1er,' Leroy Hansen, Dick Goodwin, Don Gillispie, Dianne Vipond, Dave Carnahan, Charles Goe, Lloyd Harris, and Dale Steel. SITTING: Georgie Thiel, Mary Lou Lacey, Mae Bonar, Betty Curry, Gordon Thomas, Tom Benton, Clarence Gillispie, Jim Coston. STANDING: Thelma Sloan, Lucille Reed, Yvonne Stamper, Lois Timms, Mary Mires, Allen Clevenger, Don Milbrath. NOT IN PICTURE: Bob Cramer, Dwyane Loden, Jack Moriarty, Sharon Mahon, Dolores Taylor, Shirley Thornsberry, Barbara Thomas. This page sponsored by COLE'S GROCERY AND MARKET Fine Food -- Thrifty Prices M01-ton Phone 2501 From "THE BOOB" 35 .S?aeecA an-cl lramaficd The Speech and Drama Class was orig- inated With the purpose of giving the pupils of Morton High fa chance to rid themselves of their fears and inhibitions. It has worked wonderfully and in many ways we are proud of Mr. Carle for making our school a better one. -'Wib'XZbWlb'NEi'-'lEvWEbW'1f3"1i0'NiH-'N!bWl4w4Nl4"NE0'Nl4''X!.4"'Hbcri0'X9"X!4v"N!lv-"V14""!b"Xib'X-!.4" 'FIRST ROW, left to right: Mrs. Long, Lucille Reed, Mary Lou Lacey, Georgie Thiel, Frances Suter Dianne Vipond. SECOND ROW: Sharon Mahon, Lois Timms, Don Gillispie, Carol Combs, Mae Bonar: Shirley Thomsberry. NOT IN PICTURE: Jim Coston. Glam- and .fdnnuaf The members of the 5th period paper and annual staff were a hard-working and industrious group of students. With unstinted effort they put out a paper every month. This paper grew in its student in- terest as the new reporterslearned their business. V When the "Preparation for Annual" time came the staff prepared to do their best in behalf of the Morton High School students. The theme is "America the Beautifu1." The illustrations should bring to mind not only the song, but the fact'that America is very dear to our hearts. Both paper and annual were supervised by Mrs. Iras Long. The HUSKIMEMO Editor and Business Manager was Dianne Vipond. The class members took tums editing the HUSKY FLASHES and also took turns editing the various pages of individual editions. Jim Coston and Don Gillispie were Sports Reporters. The HUSKIMEMO staff wishes to give grateful tribute to Mr. Lore for his beautiful photography. This page sponsored by BERNARD'S SERVICE STATION 595 TO 31- 00 STORE Phone 393 MOFIOH Mineral, Washington W3Sh1H2I0H 36 This page sponsored by BRISTER'S STATIONERY Typewriters - Adding Machines - Calculators 215 North Tower School Supplies Cennalia 37 FIRST ROW, left to right: Mr. Lore, Iris King, Wilma Cates, Irene Knittle, Sharon Moore, Eilene Heinselman, Shirley Riffe, Mary Lou Lacey, Myrna Hanger, Sharon Mahon, Jeanette Gross, Diane Nilson, Dianne Vipond, Nancy Keller, Frances Suter, Thelma Sloan, Bonnie Stamper. SECOND ROW: left to right: Nellie Christian, Joan Caviezel, Ila Thompson, Carolyn Butts, Suzy Lawty, Esther Starr, Janice Dunaway, Eva I-Iomby, Georgie Thiel, Florence Muir, Mary Christian, Mary Mires, Lucille Reed, lnis King, Yvonne Stamper. NOT IN PICTURE: Beverly Coty, Barbara Coty, Daisy Compton, Geraldine Ketzenberg, ,Shirley Thornsberry, Dolores Taylor. Q76 ' 6401144 Under the direction of Mr. Lore, the Girls' Glee Club participated in the annual Christmas program and sang Christmas Carols at the Convalescent Home. They sang at the Mothers' Tea and took part in the Winter Concert. This page sponsored by FERGUSON En CALLSEN Union Oil Distributors Morton, Washington P 38 , FIRST ROW, left to right: Sandra Hansen, Sandra Sparkman, Caroll Compton, Gwen Lillegard, Sue Edwards. SECOND ROW: Mr. Lore, David Young, Marie Fields, Shelby Cates, Ierene Clevenger, Pat Moore, Helen Workman, Dolores Taylor, Nelly Christian, Gwen Burleson, Joanne Gates, Linda Compton, Lenore Allen, Howard Hendricks. THIRD ROW: Thelma Sloan, Sandra Garrison, Joan Caviezel, Avis Schmuck, Shirley Hilton, Sharron Klasey, Florence Muir, Darline Allen, Jeanette Gross, Gloria Bickford, Mary Mixes, Ila Thompson, Meryl Wixson. FOURTH ROW: Betty Curry, Barbara Thomas, Laurel Tiller, Susan Lawty, Gary Wasson, Jim Hewett, Rex Hathaway, Clarence Gillispie, Louis Caviezel, Ward Taylor, Gary Pigman, Clyde Thommen, Daryll Harper, Wilma Cates, Dale Steel, Bonnie Stamper, Diane Nilson. NOT IN PICUTRE: Dick Combs. Kal!!! The entire marching band performed at all the home football games, assisted in their half time shows by the baton tvvirlers. A small "pep band, " selected on a volunteer basis, played for all the home basketball games and rallies, performing at times under student direction. I The Winter Concert in January utilized the entire band personnel of 28 members and 13 baton twrrlers. Solos were played by Ward Taylor, and Darline Allen. A trio consisting of Rex Hathaway, Dale Steele and James Hewett, also appeared with the band. The very active schedule of the band included games, Christmas program, winter concert, spring concert, Class C band festival, Massed Bands of Lewis County, and Commencement. This page sponsored by HAP'S COFFEE CUP CAFE ROWE AND HILL Fine Food. . . . Best of Service "The Best in Groceries" Morton, Washington Phone 391 Mineral 39 FIRST ROW, left to right: Diane Nilson, Carol Compton, Betty Curry. SECOND ROW, Bonnie Stamper, Barbara Thomas, Suzy Lawty, Shirley Thornsberry, Wilma Cates. jw il' fem This year, under the supervision of the music teacher, Mr. Lore, the majorettes twirled at the basketball and football games, with Betty Curry as head majorette. They were kept in step by Carol Compton who was the leader of the band. Their uniforms consisted of kelly green velveteen jumpers lined with white satin and decorated on the front with silver sequins. Under the jumpers they wore full- sleeved white blouses. This pagesponsored by NORMAN SIEH, ACCOUNTANT Morton, Washington 40 if-f 'W fl' Q!! W ,swf LIA- ,JF ',fV"' rig fra, if iff! "MAJ ORETTE SPECIAL" This page sponsored by MORTON HOTEL BECK'S POLAR HOUSE I AGood Place to Rest" Lockers - Wrapping - Cutting - Curmg Morton, Washington Phone 2025 On Kosmos Road 41 ang ogzaclem CLARA IAN The three song leaders chosen this year were Clara Naples, Jeannette Gross, and Mary Wilson Qgraduated mid-yearj. With their green and white pom-porns whirling in arcs through the air, they lead the rooters in various school songs accompanied by the band. This page sponsored by EVERGREEN MARKET BEAUTY NOOK SKOCKUM SWEATERS Phone 87242 Alma and Gilbert Chamberlain Centralia Knitting Mills Chehalis Morton, Washington 228 S. Tower Avenue 42 CA eel' OZLQJGFJ DIANNE MARY LOU A flash of green and white accompanied by the cheers of "Go! Huskies, Go!" greeted the Morton team as the players took their places for the starting signal. Those cheers were led by Dianne Vipond and Mary Lou Lacey, two peppy girls from the Senior Class, Their dress varied according to the occasion, For football, they wore green turtle neck sweaters and white peddle pushers. For basketball they changed to green weskits, white blouses, and white coulotts, They pepped up the students' spirit at all of the games. This page sponsored by STEELHEAD TAVERN M 8s H GENERAL STORE Dine with MOITQOTI Phone 2224 MILDRED and JERRY WaSh11'1gIO1'1 Kosmos, Washington Burleson Building--Morton 43 "THIS IS THE WAY WE WORK IN SCHOOL RUN FOR YOUR LIFE! BOOKWORMS OR TERMITES? This page sponsored by STOLZ STUDIO "Congratulations Class of '53" From Your Senior Class Photographer 5048 South Tacoma Way Tacoma, Washington HOW COMPLEX CAN LIFE GET? "QUIE'I'!" DAY BY DAY, IN EVERY WAY,... " PROFESSIONALS? FUNDAMENTALS OF BUILDING Compliments of LADD LOGGING COMPANY Morton, Washington TAYLOR BROTHERS "logging SHE MAKES HERSELF HEARD Morton' Was ngmn 45 .JJ . SQ11001 Staptgd X Football Banquet 5 , ' x X .iimggwv Freshman Initiation Winter CODCSFI Freshman Dauc Lockvelr MUSICS Roller Skating Party , -f Ff1Cu1Iy Basketball Bamegyound F H. A. Q Basketball season over Mothers' Tea 3 ' 4, l A W - 0 un 0 Bl High School College Conference at Chehalis Tennis ffryouts VD The Boob Speech and Dramatics Class Dramatrcs go to Penthouse Autumn Prom Boxing Starts Football Season over Baseball Starts Q, I O 0 W 4 ...J s W QQ Basketball Jamboree Q C.. S i Vacation Christmas Program SEL Day Youth Views the News" 0 X Q Z AY Senior Ball Junior and Senior Banquet Senior Baccalaureate Senior Graduation School is.out! 46 egsrwiirrsazc Wsgfpjzi fggfgglggggsgawssqggggggbggagggggwlj -. wt, rm2,,fwMe,a1:-itJiw,,m.,.rtxewawwm ur parks O beautiful for patriot dream that sees beyond the years Thine alabaster cities gleam undimmed by human tears, America! America! God shed His grace on thee And crown thy good with brotherhood from sea to shining sea 47 ALL-C ONFERENCE Morton had 3 bo conferen ys on the all ce team this year. They were Dick Goodwin, defensive half backg Swede Loden, offensive endg and Gordon Thomas, offensive half back and de- fensive linebacker. This page sponsored by MORTON BUILDING SUPPLY CO. Building Materials of A11 Kinds Dutch Boy Paint 48 FIRST ROW, left to right: B. Hilton, A. Clevenger, L. Harris, T. Benton, D. Carnahan, D. Gilliam, G. Thomas, D. Loden, T. Bristol, I Moriarity, D. Rowe SECOND ROW: G Amburgy, L. Moore W. Taylor, H. Olsen, I. Coston, D. Bevan, K. Hicks, L. Scott, D. Goodwin, E. Lilloren, L. Caviezel: THIRD ROW: Coach Loete, J. Sexton, D. Moore, R. Hill, J. Hewett,'G. Cramer, J. Hall, E. Wilson J. De Long, L. Summers, B. Hiett, L. Tiller, L. Hansen, B. Nanney, Ass't. Coach'I. Lowney. AB: SENT: R. Sparkman, jfwtlaf The Morton Huskies had a- good season, winning 6 and losing 3. They lost a close one to Qnalaska '7-6 and lost to Mossyrock and Winlock. The Hus ies were handicapped by injuries, which held them back considerably. The team, as a whole, showed good spirit and hustle throughout the season. SEASON SCORING HUSKIES OPPONENTS MORTON OPPONENTS Morton 12 Tenino 6 Morton 6 Onalaska '7 Morton O Winlock 33 Morton 18 PeEll 6 Morton 2 6 Rochester 6 Morton 0 Mossyrock 40 Morton 25 Toledo 6 Morton 27 State School 13 Morton 19 Randle 6 This page sponsored by LYLE AND NELSON LUMBER CO. Keep Washington Green Phone 2681 Mgrtgn 49 M -fy. 77711 A 'W wx WZ , "ESS, fill , . TEM... ,.:.sl 7 I l f ' , ' ' "" ' V ig f wiiiz if 32253 , 5 s 'Mg fig , 1? f. ' ' V ' V .E,,4 P , ,, 4 . , Q 5 A, ' ' F EE? at ' -Q j 1 n I , 'ffVVU oily WW WW This page sponsored by LILLEGARD'S MORTON HARDWARE Home of Famous Names Phone 2641 Morton, Washington 50 Ania ffginqdip Q-Q, can fm. This page sponsored by KOSMOS KORNER STORE Carnahan, Proprietor Kosmos, Washington 51 dfdzwu This page sponsored by C. W. "DOC" LANE Insurance and Public Accountant Morton, Washington '52 'Yb'ilb'Nlb"Nll"l9'-Y4"'Nl4"Nl0'Nl0'Ni0'!0'Kb'li0'Wlh'Y'h'Kh'Eb'iEb'Nl0'WQv"W'-'Ni1r'ilb'Nlb'Kb FIRST ROW left to ri ht , g : Jack Sexton, Leroy Hansen, Lavern Porter, Lloyd Harris, Dwayne Loden, Gene Amburgy, Don Rowe, Dick Goodwin, George Cramer, Jim Hewett, Bordan Nanny. SECOND ROW, Louis Caviezel, Charles Goe, Eddie Wilson, Dave Carnahan, Dick Sparkman, Don Gillispie, Iim Benton, Larry Scott, Laurel Tiller, and Mr. Loete. left to right: Mr. Lowney, garfefgaf Things looked bright for the Morton basketball team, with 5 returning letterrnen, Capt. Dick Good- win, Don Gillispie, Dwayne Loden, Dick Sparkman, and Lloyd Harris. In pre-season games the Huskies won 7, lost 2, and during the league season won 5, lost 5. The Team qualified for the Southwest Washington Tournament by beating Boistford, but IOSI I0 Kalama in their first toumament game. LEAGUE GAMES Morton 43 ................... Onalaska 55 Morton 29 .................... Randle 53 Morton 39 .... . . . Mossyrock 62 Morton 51 .... ..... T oledo 44 Morton 41 .... .... O nalaska 50 Morton 48 .... .... W inlock 36 Morton 47. . . . Morton 55 .... . . . Mossyrock 51 . . . . Randle 33 Morton 69 .................... Toledo 41 Morton 61 ................... Winlock 53 PLAY OFF GAME Morton 44 ................... Boistford 37 Varsity Goodwin ...... 260 Carnahan ...... 143 Gillispie. . . . . . 180 Sparkman ...... 117 Goe.......... 149 Loden ......... 108 Harris ............... 29 SCORING 53 PRACTICE GAMES Morton 44 ....................... Orting 49 Morton 35 .................... Napavine 28 Morton 35 .... ....... O rting 37 Morton 42. . . . . State School 40 Morton 55 .... ..... M ossyrock 49 Morton 54 .... . . . State School 34 Morton 36 .... ...... Ra ndle 34 Morton 64. . , . .... Napavine 47 Morton'54. Z' .................... Randle 37 Morton 40. ..... . ............... Bethel 47 SOUTHWEST DISTRICT TOURNAMENT Morton 28 ..................... Kalama 55 Second Team Wilson .... . . 186 Scott ..... .... 6 9 Amburgy ...... 162 Caviezel .... .... 5 9 Cramer ....... 108 Hewett .... . . . 32 Porter ......... 102 Hanson .... . . . 25 X o or r :E 1: , 5 i . E SLEYS af 5 1 1 23 Bi ,wiv EQ E H43 if 4- x M Mg , ,921 , N Q li 1.5 1, 1 1 J, r of ,S 12' s X 'SEQ' 2 Q ' '1 5 :gn 4 14 , du: 'Z . .Il . Q ya Mm ax!-fvv1463'1'54 This page sponsored by L. C. MORIARTY Contractor Phone 2606 Morton 54 ,,Q'Z5f2fgIj , - " '-" "" Wi 1 1 1 A,,. 2 . , ..,. .. Us , Q , A....,.A ,....A, 3 ,. QR L Pg 4s2 .,.. ' . ' --12,3 ' V -. .:.-5:5i5::EE:35,..ES'-222 ' .. U: -4--: :f-?2.m-'4'- ' ff52:2:?E5ff-FEW: '-:el - f11f-V- 2' '-" 1 .. :s-mg!-s.:L V swmq ' ':::4I2-e:-:'- ,. Qziififil-. ,. , ..,. '-" WW J J 7f 1 gb A A, 3 'I' H . ll ' A isis Q M 5 5.22111 s d! Emi ' is Sf' ,ZVA ..., Q if l . 54 :sign g Aw , " 5 14155 1 gpg ,sph 4 QW ' :JM ws is fri. 3 1 . .fs if ,, . lg' al Q , LS 4 'Y 1 I ,,, M. 1 A K K E .5 f 511' , Wamf .3 L af 11 is 4, A J3- 2-f 'S Q 1 Q52 Q K L . 0 mi I X ' G '2'f- EQ! 3 gli A H3 as s 9 s f EM sjigigf 32,5 A HM vi V I zflgtjggg iaiiiggzgf iw 5 . is 11 'Mg 3? iw xx ' if Q V 3 5 2 5 I E s fu . -if ' 'F .,.:.:3ff1:5f5?"' .. gas ,. as . .5:g,ga,'+ ,,., ,... ,.., , ' , Q, 4,,.. ' ---- 2 ' ' :sw - :QD-ZLZZ. ,s 1 ,LJ This page sponsored by FAIRHART'S DEPARTMENT STORE Best wishes to the Class of '53 2551 Morton, Washington 55 1953 SQUAD Bagels!! Behind the steady pitching of Gary Danley and Byron Amburgy, Morton High School had in 1952 a very successful season, winning 12, losing 2. Both loses were to Mossyrock, the League Champs The leading hitters on the team were catcher, Swede Loden, . 390, and third baseman, Ralph Looney 389. LEAGUE GAMES Morton Randle 0 Morton 3 Randle Morton Onalaska 1 Morton 11 Onalaska Morton Mossyrock 5 Morton 0 Mossyrock PRACTICE GAMES Morton Eatonville 5 Morton 25 Randle Morton Eatonville 2 Morton 6 Winlock Morton Toledo 3 Morton 19 Centralia Morton 9 Centralia 9 This page sponsored by . FISSELL FUNERAL HOME A JOE E. METTLER Morton Dial 3723 Contract--Heavy Hauling Chehalis Phone 8-3671 Morton, Washington 56 BACK ROW, left to right: Jim Hewett, Dave Moore, Harvey Olson, Jack DeLong, Don Cramer. FRONT ROW: Johnny Riffe, Ken Hicks, Buddy Hiett, Buzz Lewis, Ken Cheney. oxing This year the boxing team, under the direction of Mr. Lowney, was organized on a regular team basis. A triangular meet was held March 18 at Tenino with Tenino, Oakville, and Morton participating. A meet was also held with Randle and Onalaska. rue! Under the instruction of Mr. Foubert, spring 1952, the track men really trained. At their first track meet they did very well for the short practice time they had. Gordon Thomas came in second in the 220. He also took third place in the high jump. Gary Danley took third place in the 100-yard dash. Tom Benton came in second place in the high jump. Jack Moriarty placed third in throwing discus. Gordon Thomas seemed to be the big wheel at the track meet at State School, Chehalis, Washington, May 16. He placed first in the 100 and the 220-yard dash. He also took first in the high jump. Tom Benton tied for second in the high jump and took second in throwing the shot put. Don Cramer did very well at his first track meet by taking the mile and the half mile. Jim Bassett came in first in the 400. Tom Eyley took second in the half mile and third in the mile. Morton tied State School for the track meet. This page sponsored by BOWMAN'S RESTAURANT HILL LUMBER CO. "Jubilee Room" Dewey Wilson--Delbert Sloan Phone 2445 Morton Morton, Washington 57 FIRST ROW, left to right: Bob Bagley, Gene Amburgy, Bill Hilton, Eddie Wilson, Jack Moriarty, Dwayne Loden, Allan Clevenger, Leroy Hansen. SECOND ROW, left to right: Mr. Loete,Dick Goodwin, Dave Sutherland, Lloyd Harris, Charlie Goe, Dave Carnahan, Don Gillispie, Tony Bristol, Don Rowe. , olzffermenfi CM The Lettermen Club annual initiation was held, with very much worrying done on the part of the new lettermen. All in all, a good time was had by everyone--especially when the re- freshments were served. The V. F. W. sponsored a basketball game with the Philadelphia Sphas, the proceeds from which went to the Lettermen's Club. The Lettermen Club Officers were as follows: Dick Goodwin ............ ...... Pr esident Dwayne Loden . . .... Vice-President Lloyd Harris . . . . . Secretary-Treasurer Allan Clevenger . . . . Sergeant-at-Arms 'S A 45 'X 'L This page sponsored by SWAN LAKE DAIRY Eatonvillef Washington 58 Morton rooters at Basketball Tournament--as they appeared in the Centralia Daily Chronicle i This page sponsored by EVALINE'S FLOWERS--GREENHOUSES Telegraphing and Gift Shop Morton, Washington RICHFIELD SERVICE Eddie Goodman, Manager Morton, Washington STORM KING TAVERN George and Ruth Mineral, Washington 59 i r Q H I S T O RY , Concludedl "THANKS FOR THE MEMORIES" The Senior class entered their last year in Broadbent High with the size of the class de- creased to 88. Class officers elected this year were Don Gillispie, Presidentg Richard Sparkman, Vice- President: Dianne Vipond, Secretary and Treasurerg Dwayne Loden, Sergeant at Armsg Lloyd Harris, Student Council Representative. Class advisors for this year were Mrs. Long and Mr. Olson. The Senior class contributed members to athletics, yell and song leading, activity clubs, and the Honor Society. Dick Goodwin was elected Student Body Presi ent, Mary Wilson, Vice Presidentg and Dianne Vipond, Secretary and Treasurer. The Seniors chose black and white for their caps and gowns, to be worn on those memo- rable occasions, Baccalaureate and Commencement. QPRO PH E CY, Concludedl. BARBARA COTY has been married, you know, to Buck Clevenger all these years. They now own the Palarose cafe at Kosmos and are building one in Morton. MAE WEST BONAR, true to her name, is starring in her own stage show called "Mae's Male Murderers. " ALLEN CLEVENGER is in Hollywood now starring in a new movie. He was voted "Actor of the Year" and won the Oscar for his last movie, "Cheaper by the Million". LLOYD HARRIS is Principal of good old Broadbent. He's doing a fine job and the students are learning many new things, such as "How to Build Your Biceps Without Eating Wheaties. " DWAYNE LODEN is now the sole owner of Mineral Lake. He has built a houseboat and lives by catching, selling and eating the large tadpoles from the Lake. YVONNE STAMPER is married and settled down with ten little children. She has a part time job driving a logging truck which keeps her from getting bored. BARBARA THOMAS married a wealthy old gentleman and is living in New York. She has never forgotten MHS, however, and every year the Senior Class receives a card from her on which are pasted two new pennies, THELMA SLOAN is playing basketball in the Cuban League for a famous women's team called "The Dyed Redheads. " The team consists of players six feet or over. Thelma is billed as " Ter- rible Redhead, the Shorty." RON THOMPSON is still designing cars. His newest model has a hydrogen engine with atomic brakes. The Madamoiselle Car Company has just offered him a new contract. TOM BENTON is living in Boston and owns the new and ultra-modern Benton Beanery. He is now working on an experiment crossing Black Eyed Peas with Mexican Jumping Beans. MARY LOU LACEY is making a fortune manufacturing wigs. She had the misfortune of losing her own hair from the use of peroxide. LUCILLE REED has organized a club of homeless Naval Officers called "Lucie's Lucky Lagers. " DON GILLISPIE bought all the Union stations in Washington state with the money he made dig- ging sewers for Sodden Slops, Inc, TONY BRISTOL married a "farmer's daughter" and is up every morning at six to slop the hogs and punch the cows. HM COSTON. has been married these years to a wealthy girl who adores him. They own a huge home and he is forever throwing parties for his old classmates. On the whole we think that our classmates of '53 did pretty well for themselves, don't you 9 think so too. Sincerely yours, 0AqrC-fhief 60 Ltlf' bill This page sponsored by R. SMITH LUMBER 8a SHINGLE CO Phone 351 Mineral, Washington ROXY THEATRE 'We Specialize in Quality Pictures" Morton, Washington OUR HEARTS WERE YOUNG AND GAY TOP ROW: 1. Two of our little Fresh- men girls 2. Rex I ! 3. Caught unaware SECOND ROW: 1. Two little maids from Mor ton High THIRD ROW: 1. Men? On the Loose 2. Oh! you're pretty, Diane 3. Our shy little Myrna FOURTH ROW: 1 . Mineral Gang 2. Wolf Patrol FIFTH ROW: 1 . The Frogmen and Friend 2. Eighth Grade Romance , This page sponsored by PALOROSE CAFE Bob O'Brien, Proprietor Kosmos, Washington 62 YOU CAN'T TELL BY LOOKING! TOP ROW 1. Just Luck! 2. Who wears the pants? SECOND ROW 1. Lonely Lucy 2. The sad day Morton lost to Mineral THIRD ROW 1. Fran 2. Kosmos kids FOURTH ROW 1. R. I. D. are the names of these--you guess. 2. Wouldn't you know this is Carolyn ? 3. Good Friends FIFTH ROW 1. A winner in any fight 2. Any resemblance to two Mineral boys is purely accidental. 3. A good "Auman" This page sponsored by KOSMOS GARAGE General Repairing-Welding 24 Hr. Wrecker Service Automotive Electrical Service Mobile Products MORTON MACHINE WORKS Phone 3271 Morton, Washington Uflzer laonfrorfr PROFlTT'S DEPT. STORE MINERAL HARDWARE AND GARAGE Centralia--Chehalis, Washington Mineral, Washington KOMAK SHOE SHOP DR. WAYNE L. HINES Shoe Repair Optometrist Morton, Washington Chehalis, Washington KLAT'S DEPARTMENT STORE TREGONING TAVERN Morton, Washington Morton, Washington ANDY ENGEBRETSON, ATTORNEY J. C. PENNY CO. Morton, Washington Chehalis, Washington GARRISON'S REXALL DRUG STORE BURNETT'S JEWELERS Centralia--Chehalis, Washington Chehalis, Washington NATIONAL BANK OF WASHINGTON FECHTNER'S JEWELRY STORE Coffman-Dobson Branch 901 Chehalis Ave. Chehalis, Washington - Chehalis, Washington LEWIS COUNTY HARDWARE, INC. HUGHES SHOE STORE Chehalis, Washington Chehalis, Washington ST. HELEN'S HOTEL J. C. PENNY CO. Chehalis, Washington Centralia, Washington CHARLET'S FURNITURE CO., INC. DALE'S GROCERY Quality Furniture For Less Phone 2946 Centralia, Washington Morton, Washington UNION BARBER SHOP LlL'S--A PLACE TO EAT Morton, Washington Mineral, Washington LOHR BROS, MUSIC STORE Centralia, Washington DR. W. F. LOUGHNAN--DR. R. C. HUNTINGTON Optometrists Columbus Building Chehal-is We, the 1953 Huskimemo Staff, wish to than klthe business and professional men and women of Lewis and Pierce Counties for their generous support in the publication of this year book . Dianne Viponcl, Editor 64 lrqs H, Long, Advisor ,Mfr A' ,ffafffwf WZLQWL. v"W'J'p,,,r' 'gvqwr' W wwf W- HMM W0 W , jffrlfjf ' WWW wr WM! Q1 YW' WMM f WWW? 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