Naches Valley High School - Pioneer Yearbook (Naches, WA)
- Class of 1950
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NACHES VALLEY HIGH SCHOOL
Anne Sun son
Robert Lee Wolf
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"The Annual Staff and Advisor de-
serves congratulations for the produc-
tion of this yearbook.
To the Seniors: During the past
four years Naches Valley High School
has been the place where you have
worked. Here your foremen-the teach-
ers--have taken you through these
years of life. During your high school
years many fields have been opened
up to you. You have been guided in
the development of these personal
characteristics such as responsibility,
cheerfulness, the willingness to get
along with others, and the ability to
produce proper attitudes which are an
essential part of your education. You
have been receptive to the training and
we hope that what we have tried to do
will help you to make life a success.
"ln years to come we will all look
hack on the days depicted by the pages
of this publication. Days with friends.
One of the important lessons of life is
to leam that our greatest happiness
comes thru friendships and service to
others. We may assume that the ef-
forts put forth by our annual staff has
been to preserve these precious mem-
ories for us."
. Ned Plz Ylips-Superintendent
Hose Palmquxst U 5 Um
versxty ot Washmgton W 3
C and I.aIllVCI'Slty ol Lhxcago
She teaches Latm L I IL g
llsh and lfsngllsh I She lS a
most effxcxent llbrarxan an
senxor advlser She ns also
chaxrman of the guldance corr
DnGraham U A Nl A W
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partment Ile conducts bands
glee club small ensembles
and dance band Has played
several tlmes w1th other val
Iey muslclans for our school
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te lches b mlo x
chemlstry fhyslcs and Ihoto
graphy Ile spends the rest ol
hls txme wlth the Ilhot Jgrexphy
Club and the track squad
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Ilome ISC I II ind also exghlh
grade She has charge of I'
ll A , Sophomore class and ns
co advlser of Girls' League.
Dorothy Iloover I3 A M A
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s tv St lou She teac es
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tow I'n 11 h II and has een
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Club I etter Club and ,lumor
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mstant coach ln football and
basketball and has full charge
o to basebxll team e
teaches algebra, geometry,
general IJIISIHCSS, and IS also
advlser to the ,lunlor class
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Wanda Osinski-li S Lniver- Ed W S L Coac es
sity of Delaware She is football and basketball and
spending her first year here spends the rest of his school
teaching business English time teaching general math
sophomore English freshman and Washington history R -
English P lf and Health turning to us after a two-years
She also helps with Pep Club absence he helped our boys
and Girls letter Club win 2nd place in the District
Marshall Search-B. A., M. A.
Ruth Search-B. A., Cheney
X' S' C1118 has the industrial and lfniversity of Washington.
ns an as two C asses 0 Mrs. Search has charge of the
girls and boys craft. He is an
adviser of the freshman class.
Evelyn Russell-B A Uni-
versity of Washington Con-
ducts commercial classes and
does a wonderful job with the
Girls League She is also W
A A and is chairman of the
Robert Wolf-B. S. Kansas
State Teachers' College. Has
charge of newspaper, annual
and has done a fine job with
dramatics. He teaches Junior
English, speech, journalism,
and freshman English.
Fthel Phillips Works in the Al Palmqulst Takes care of
office as Mr Phillips secre llle lawn and shrubbery and
tary A150 helps when a Plgng the third grade Has been with
accompanist is needed. IIS for 28 years.
Joe Pope Keeps all of the
buses in running order which
is quite a job and drives the
Himrock bus. You can gener-
ally find him making "gad-
gets" for the different activi-
ties in school.
Randy Waites Can be seen
around school fixing water
fountains and numerous other
things which come with the
Job of keeping the inside of
the building ln good shape.
Bus Drivers This job requires the capability of hand-
ing s large responsibility. These men and high school
boys, who have held these jobs this year, have certain-
ly done a fine job.
Some of these responsibilities are driving over-
crowded buses, distances of 60 miles at the most in a
day and as many as five runs a day. However, these
problems are being remedied as quickly as possible.
Jane Agnes Sadenwasser, editor
of the 1950 Pioneer, was selected
as the class salutatorian as a re-
sult of her scholastic grade point
average of 3.76.
ln addition to exceptionally fine
work in her studies, Jane has been
very active in the activities of the
school. In addition to being chosen
as class salutatorian, jane was
chosen by the faculty of the school
as the Daughters of American Rev-
olution's representative for 1950.
jane plans to enroll at the Cen-
tral Washington College of Educa-
tion at Ellensburg next fall.
She was bom at East Troy, Win-
consin on June 15, 1932.
Leading the senior class with a
grade point average of 3.89, lone
Nadine Rake was chosen as vale-
dictorian for the class of 1950- Al-
though Ione has not been so active
in the various activities of the
school, her class work has been
exceptionally well done.
Wedding bells will ring for lone
shortly after the familiar notes of
"Pump and Circumstancen have
lone was born in Yakima on May
Bo s Federatxou 12 3
4 llensburg music fes
txval 4 Class plays 3 4
All high revue 4 Class
sergeant at armsl class
socxal chairman 4 S ln
muslc festival 4 llc
club 3 4
.IAMES BLACK Boys
Federatnonl 2 3 4 Class
plays 3 4 Football 1 2,
3 4 Baseball 2 Boys
Leuerclub 2 3 4 iofflcer
45 Class ser eant at
arms 1 2 Trac I Skl
club l 2 3 4 Christmas
MARY LEA BAUGHMAN
Glrls League 1 2 3 4
Ellensburg musxc fest:
l 1 4 O ret 1 3
F H A 2 prlng muslc
festival 1 3
JIM BROWN fEntered
from Burley Idaho 31
Bo s Federatxon 3 4
Elensbur music festl
val 4 Al hlgh revue 4
Sprmg music festxval 4
NORMA BECK Gxrls
Lea e 1 2 3 4 fofflcer
41 lenshurg music fes-
twal 1 2 3 4 Pep club
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A 1 2 f0fflC6l' 2 Gzrls
Letter club 3 4, News-
paper staff 3 Class
treasurer 4 student con
ference 3 Sprung musxc
festlval 1 2 3 4 Clmck
club 3 Clarinet uartet
3 4 Vaudvnlle I hnst
Class vice presldent 3
DOROTHY BURNS lEn
tered from Yakxma 31
Annual staff 4 Girls
League 1 2 3 4 Offlce
ul 3 4 laep club 34
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staff 4 Clxck clu 3
Majorette I 2 Y Teens
1 2 After school sports
Left to R1 t ,Ierr Clark president
Mrs Palmquxst a vlser Wayne Mc
Cartney Sgt at arms Mr Borck ad
vxser K Allard soclal chalrman
Truman C ark secretary Norma Beck
treasurer Jane Sadenwasser vnce pres-
Bo s Federation 12 3
4 llensbur musxc fes-
tlval 2,34 and 234
Spring muslc festival 2,
3 4 Click Club3 4
Dance band 4 clarinet
Student couucxl 4 Cxrls
League 1 2 3 4 Ellens
burg muslc estxval 4
Pep club 1 2 3 4 Q est
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Letter club 2 3 4 Qoffl
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lensbur music festival
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Letter club4 Newspaper
staff 2 3 Track manager
3 4 A S B advertising
Annual Staff 1 Girls
League 1 2 3 4 Ellens-
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All high revue 3 Trl
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tette 1 Spring music fes
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from California 21 Boys
Federation 3 4 Class
play Boys Letter club
3 4 lass offxcer3 Bas
ketball 3 4 Tolo king 4
BETTY CHOUINARD -
Annual Staff 45 Girls'
League 1,2,3,4 fofficer
3,415 Class plays 3,4g
Operetta 1,23 Pap club
IQ2 Qofficer 215 and 35
F.H.A. lg Newspaper
staff 25 Class secretary
1,35 Spring music festi-
GERALD CLARK - Stu-
dent council 4: Boys'
Federation 1,2,3,49 Class
play 33 All-high revue 3,
4g Baseball 1,29 Class
social chairman 2g Sen-
ior class presidentg Click
club 2,3,4g Toastmaster
junior-senior banquet 3.
LEONA CLARK Girls
League 1 2 3 4 News
paper staff activity pe
nod 3 Click club 4
CLASS of 1950
DOROTHY COPE An
nual staff 4 Girls Lea
gue 1 2 3 4 Ellensburg
muslc festival 1 2 3
Class pla 3 All hlgh
revue 3 ripple trio 1
Operetta 1 2 F H A 1
Librarian 1 2 3 4 News
aper staft2 Sextette 2
pnng music festival 1
2 3 Pep club 1 2
BONNIE CROW Gxrls
League l 2 3 4 Ellens
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Fedaatlon 1 2 3 4 Foot
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Boys etter club 2 3 4
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Boys' Fedleration 1,2,3,
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Click club 1,2,3,4.
TRUMAN CLARK - Stu-
dent council 4g Bo s'
Federation 1,2,3,4 loffi-
cer 455 Boys' Letter club
3,4g Class secretary 49
Student conference 49
Track 2,3,4g Ski club 1,
MELBA CONRAD Girls
Lea e 1 2 3 4 fofficer
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trval 3 Class plays 3 4
All high revue 3 Office
girl 4 F H A 1 Spring
music festival Christ
mas program 3 Girls
League letter 3
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Boys letter club 2 3 4
Uasketball 1 3 3 4 lrark
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Cir s League 1 2 3 4
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Federatlon 3 4 Base
ball 2 4 Boxxngl Boys
Letter club 3 4 5 rlug
musxc festxval 3
ketball 4 Qmanager 31
Chrlstmas program 4
JIM THOMPSON Armual
staff 3 Iasslstant ed1tor1
Student councll 2
Bo s Pederatxon 1 2 3
4 o s Federatxon p ay
1 lass plays 3
All hlgh revue 3 4 Op
eretta l Boxxng 1 2
A S B pres1dent4 Boys
Letter club 34 News
paper staff 4 Sophomore
class presldent Student
conference 23 4 Bas
ketball 1 2 3 lmanager1
Class spea er 4
Clrls' League 1,2,3,4,
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club 1, 2, F A 1,
Newspaper staff 2
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music estlval 1 Pep
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c ass valedxctorlan 4
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Class Jlays 3 4 ll
l11gh4 ootball manager
T ack 2 4 4 5141 club 1
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ness mini fr 1 Student
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secretary 2 student con
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CIIIISIITIHS program 3
CLASS of 1950
JANET SWANEY Clrls
League 1 2 3 4 Ellens
burg muslc festival 3 4
Offxce gnrl 4 Pep club
musxc festival 1 2 3
HAROLD WEBB KEnter
ed from Wapato 31 Stu
dent council 4 Boys
Federation 3 4 All high
revue 34 Football 4
A S B vxce president 4
Boys Letter club 4
Newspapa staff 4 Stu
dent conference 4 Track
3 Cllck club 3
Student council 4 Culs
I eague 2 3 4 Iofflcer 31
Class pla s 3,4, Pep
club 2, A B. Treasurer
4, Class offlcer 3, Stu
dent conference 4, Cnrls'
League letter 2.
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staff 124 advertlsmg
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plays 3 4 All lngh revue
3 4 offue glrl 3 O er
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newspaper staff 12 3
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dent Student conference
12 Iarnxval chalrman 4
Annual staff 2 3 4 fedl
tor 41 Student counc1l4
Glrs league 1234
Qofflcer 31 I lass plays
3 4 Office g1rl 4 News
paper staff 1 2 3 Class
SOCl3lCllall'I'Il?Hl 3 Class
VILS presxdent 4 Stu
dentconferenee 4 Class
salutatorxan 4 Crrls
league letter 3 IJ A ll
staff Art edntor 4 Culs
I eague 1 2 3 4 Cofflcer
3 4 Illens urg muslc
festlval 12 Class lay
Irnple tr1o l 2
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lugh queen4 Newspaper
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resldent Student con
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lloneerxng through the halls of hngh school h is xts ups and downs
llut pnoneerlng through Nlaches lllgh IG really more fun than lt sounds
As you started your journey as freshmen you more than llkely heard
Now freshmen vou re on your honor lhat s 'lhompson prexy saylng the word
As you entered the offxce that maxed up d xy you were gettnng a bad case ofpamc
You saw 'xt the desk Nlelba C onrad actually calm not yet frantxc
Then you entered the hall wlth sly smlles of a frosh and found a great group of men
You found Nub and jay llussell and fruman and Starnes waltmg for vacatlon agam
'lhen to your ears came muslc that sounded llke stralns from Mars
But you found lt was 'Nomma and lierghoff playing those musical bars
Then from the gym there arose a loud nolse You rushed to see the cause of the matter
rl was fludson Dlck Clark and Klppy No wonder there was such a clatter
You found is you entered along lnfe s way there are a few people who work
rlhe few are Wayne and Allen who drlve buses wlth never a shlrk
lhen vou found as you journeyed around a wonderful event ln store
Betty and Dorothy and Arlene too have those rmgs could you ask for more?
Then two boys ln Naches came to your speclal attention
l ll do xt for extra credxt are words that never run down
lint should you hear lt near any class you ll know llarold Webb IS around
Almost anytime at all you can flnd a boy named flace
Who runs like hrs name and lS never at all wlthout a smile on hrs face
John Frxdley and Fd Dodson have contxnually brought ln good reports
You have always found them actlve hut especnally so m sports
Dorothy Burns and llonme are an almost inseparable paxr
wxth them you ll flnd a frxendshlp that most would call very rare
'lhere IS however a twosome that IS hard to do wlthout
Secretary Shlrley and treasurer Ray are the two l am talklng about
,llmmle Jones and Nlary l ea really are quite smart
With a dab of this and 1 dash of that they are maklng thelr trall tn art
Should you travel to the office most any l.lYI'lP of the day
You ll fmd Verlene and 'Vlarlene helplng ln most any way
Gerald Clark IS the one who IS noted for nonse
And xt S ,lim Brown whose actxng IS ahead of most boys
Beverly Larley and l eona f lark are helpmg out wxth sports
I eona P unkhouser you ll fnnd lookmg up absence reports
Verdun IS the fellow that advertxses the affaxrs
Wayne Punkhouser the one wxth the convertlble sensation rare
Anne Snmpson IS handy at workmg wnth the news
And janet wxth steel guxtar can really play the blues
Shrrley and Arden are good at the smgmg
And Bonme Crow IS the gal whose voxce IS never rmglng
And those are the seniors the head of the tram
They re headed for college and on to school agaln
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The jumor class although proud to be upperclassmen are also proud of the fact that a large
number of the students started out together m the Naches and lower Naches grade schools
eleven long years ago
Under the guxdance ol thelr advxsors Nllss Dorothy Hoover and Nlr Elmer Leonard the stu
dents gave the Semors the newer to be forgotten jumor Semor Prom and Banquet wrth S a
dust as the theme They also drd an excellent Job ol presentmg the class play Seventeenth
Several ol the best athletes of all sports came from thus outstandlng class
First row LaVerne Albee ,Ioan Barley Janice Llark D1x1e Dodson Mary Lou DeMoss Shirley Dolquxst
Second row Gary Orr l ou Celle Seward Anna Cope Becky Barnes Frances Cameron jerry Blevms
Thlrd row Cllfton Cope Wesley Dellmger Donald Darnell jerry Busey kenneth Clark Gary Crewdson
Mr Leonard adviser
Fxrst row Jerry Zlrkle resldent Mlss
Dorothy Hoover Elmer eonard advxs
ers Bett ,Io Nlchols treasurer Wrlma
Clbson ergeant at arms Phylhs Star
nes soclal chalrman
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ry Busey sergeant at arms joe ayes
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First row Barb ua Punkllousor llorxs CAIIIIIIOHN Betts ,lonfs wllflld Clbson Patrlua Jacobson
Thud row Alvm Frodzrxrk Don llaycw Bull Johnson Hu Prvderlck Bull jones ,lackxe lones
Flrst row lNaom1 N1cVl1ll1n Phxllxs lu lly Us-ttw Nxchul-. lhxllns Starnes Delores Rlrhey Eunlse
Seclgnd row Tom Lonffmuffi ,I1m Laxton lm Nloorw Nlllflfy Orr Nlattxe Keeney Betty Ann Clark Bob
Thlrd row Everett Powell Don bpvnfcr R bbw Wm ht loc- k1snPr fhzulzfs Nloore jerry Lxrkle
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Vllss Schwartz advxser Don Zxrkle
resxdent Nllke Mullen vxce presldent
arry Bond Sergeant at amxs
lhe sophomore class establrshed ltself as an enthusxastlc and capable group by handlm5
the decorfmngj ol the1r assigned comer at the all hlgh dance and by handlmg the decoratlnb of
thenr xssrgned corner at the all hlgh dance and by handlmg the clean up followmg the dance
lhcy 1n1t1atcd the l'rosh rn grand style and sponsored a dance followmg, the mxtlatlon to
whrch upper clacsmen were mvlted lhe class was ln charge of the fun house and freak show
beveral members ol the class took part m the all hlgh revue whlch was sponsored by the an
l number of the sophomore boys won letters m the varxous sports thls year
llme frmshmg touches for the year were added rn the decoratmg lor the baccalaureate ser
nec md rn the class prcnnt whlch was held just prlor to the closmg of school
l' lrst rom Loxs Cheff Judy Buyan Ruby Grlffm Wanda Grlffm Isabelle Dalton Sharon Crewdson
Second row jerry Chase Nlaxme Dellmger Betty Dmgus Ellen Allard Nona Declxard Betty Cralg John
llurd row ,Iumor Dodson 'Vlaurlce Funklxouser ,Ieny Gaudette John Funkhouser Larry Bond Von Church
l-ourth row Dale- Draper Alvln Breashears
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'irsl row-l3r"1lric'v ones A os llsir I -ssiv Nlurghy Nlyrtlr- M1-llonalfl llnsf-mary Klockhammer
Second row-Joanne Nlwtllnrs lk'Illll!'f'Il k'lIIlIHYl'iI'lI'l Nl'1r1lyn H'1g,vr Nr-va Vlrlfntirf- jr-an llowall Bonnie
ird row-Alle-n Hayes lurnir- Xl rl' ly Nl'1rxinl.v'l -t - Nlilu- Nlu ffn.
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Fxrsl row ,Ienmo Olson Pernf- Wood jr in Passenger Sharon Orr Terry Smlth Dlxxe Young Harrlet
Second row B.-xrbdra Zxrl-cle 'Nancx 911 une. Parleno losier lL1lvUNe.-ul Nlrlrlxn fhomls R118 Palmer
Thlrd row Ronald lluosell Don XX ide Don Llrklo 'lordnfe lerrell Cecll Webster Jlm Penney ll"l
Fourth row joe Poltenger Lerl Woodc ook
Left to rrght Duck Hogsett sergeant
at arms Douglas MaclNe1l presrdent
Grant Fall vrce president Nh' Search
advlser Fred Schacher secretary
bara Craxg treasurer
Pxrst row Bertha Allard Dorothy Dodson Lorna Batterson Carol Emmerson Barbara Cralg Rosa lea
Flhson Roberta Bxggers Imogene Ellxson
Second row vl0l8 Enms Shxrley Cope Nancy Crabb Ellzabeth Doescher Beverly Darnell Norma Appel
hof Shrrle Da Betty Carter
Th1rd row C ester Clark Leal Carley Larry Breymeyer Gene Doescher Shxrley Bartley jean Cameron
Dale Brldge KCISI Evans ,I1m Burnett Jerry Addrngton Arnold Arneson
The freshman class outnumberlng all prevrous classes, started the year by electlng Vlr
Nlarshall Search as the class adviser and Douglas 'N1acNe1l as class presrdent The fu'st soclal
event of the year to be attended by the class was the 1n1t1at1on
Both boys and gurls took an actrve part rn sports and they were well represented ln all school
xctrvrtres The class sold refreshments at the all hlgh dance and at the carnrval Members of
the class also assxsted wrth the sale of coke and popcorn at the basket ball games
A large percent of the class played mllSlCal rnstruments m the school band Twenty three
members of the class recerved junror musrcal awards for therr partlclpatxon rn the school band
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First row-Mercie Morris, Phyllis Olds, Betty Lee, Ann Galleiger, llonnu McCoy, Letha Lyons, Dorene
Sechtinnd row-Nancy Murray, Shirley Fenner, l.aVf'rnf- Cullf-y, lone- Nh-Vlillin, Shirley Hanshew, Dorothy
Third row-Cordon Fields, Hob Fraizer, llarrr-ll Day, Hay Davis, Ili:-k llogsett, John lirly, Grant Fall.
Fourth row-T. J. Griffin, Lloyd jones, Douglas Ma-mlwafil, Nlarvin flnstott, jim Jon:-s, Harold Hanshew,
Terry Fields, Ronald Malnar.
First row-Catherine Russell, Rayda Seed, Lorene Schaccher, llorothy Withorell, Barbara Reed,'Dixie Kern.
Second row-Kenneth Powell, Phyllis Richey, Kay Rennie, Donna Trissel, ,Ioan Scott, ,lim Silvestri, Clay
Third row-Cary Garbe, john Palmer, Raymond Carrell, liill Sedge, Gene Swanson, Kenneth Pottenger,Mr.
Fourth row-Fred Schacher, Riehard Simmons, Lowell Yan Ylef-k, Hill Wheeler, Ronald Swaney, Carl Wil-
moth, Stewart Thompson.
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Back row-Coach Elmer Leonard, Don Darnell, James Black, Jerry Busey, Jerry Zirkle, Joe Hayes, Ron
Hudson, Harold Webb, Coach Jack Borck.
Front row-Charles Fall, Bill Jones, Stan Jones, Leslie Race, john Fridley, Cary Orr, Wesley Dellinger,
Facing a tough pre-season schedule, the inexperienced Ranger gridmen got off to a poor
start by being swamied over by the high-experienced Selah Vikings. Late in the second quarter
of the Selah game, Naches suffered a great loss when Wayne McCartney, veteran half-back and
running star, fractured his leg.
The Rangers were defeated in all their conference games up until the day they journeyed to
Granger. There they tied the Spartans 6-6 in a hard-fought battle. The following week the
Small individual picutres-Wayne McCartney, senior forwardg Jerry Caudette, sophomore
forwardg jerry Busey, junior forwardg joe Hayes, Junior guardg -Ed. Dodson, senior
Although the Rangers began the year with but three re-turning lettermen, the inexperienced
team battled its way into the class "ll" finals.
The Rangers slipped by their opponents in the tenth annual jamboree by registering a total
of 28 points. llighland came in with 23g White Swan, 205 and Moxee, 18.
On December 9, theliangers traveled to Kittitas to trim the Coyotes 28-19, and the follow-
ing night they suffered their first defeat of the season by losing to their "A" league rivals,
Selah, 39-42 at Selah.
The following week-end they defeated the Yikings 23-20 on the home court, and went on to
score their second league victory the following night by beating Thorp in a low-scoring co'-V
ln non conference ala the following week the Rangers skinmed by the Highland Scotties
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In a return game with Highland, the Hangers were handed a 36-34 setback by Highland in a
game played at Naches.
Returnin to league lay on ,lanuary 6 the Naches team won a close 26-24 battle with the
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center, Jerry Zirkle, junior forwardg jerry Blevins, junior guard, Charles Moore, junior
guardg Cary Orr, junior guard, Don Starnes, senior center.
After making the long trek to Goldendale, Naches lost its first league game of the season
to date by being outscored 50-36 by the Timberwolves. The following evening the Rangers
bested Moxee 55-31.
By defeating Kittitas on Friday night and Thorp on Saturday night, the Hangers rang up two
more league victories 35-29 and 32-24 respectively.
After winning their next four games handily over White Swan, 5-1-32: Granger 48-21, Colden-
dalc 69-37, and Moxee 49-34, the Rangers were ready to face Zillah for the league champion-
Keeping alive their hopes for the championship, the Hangers downed the Killah Leopards
48-39 on the home court, Tuesday, February 14, in a make-up game. 'l he following Friday
the Hangers suffered their second league defeat, and the championship, to the l.eopards,42-35,
at Zillah. '
Upon entering the Y.V.l.A.A. tournament at Zillah in second position, the Naches quintet
won the first two nights by defeating Kittitas, 361199 and Moxee, 48-32, Playing for the right
to represent the league in the state tournament at Tacoma, Naches bows-fl out to Killah, 44-36
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Lowell Van Vleck, Jim
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lim Thomas, Dick Hog-
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:oach Elmer Leonard.
Front row - Managers Ron-
lld Russell, Darrell Day
md Don Wade.
RANGERS BEAT Z ILLAH
FOR VALLEY CLASS "B" TITLE
As this year's annual goes to press the 1950 baseball season is yet to be completed.
Up to date the Rangers have had an exceptionally good season considering the fact that the
team is made up largely of sophomores and Freshmen.
Much of the credit this year should be given to ,lerry Blevins, veteran outfielder, who began
pitching this season, and who had a 2 win, 1 loss record to his credit up to this date, and to
,lerry Busey, slugging outfielder, who had five home runs accounted for.
In their pre-season schedule Naches split two game series with the Selah Vikings and the
Marquette Squires, and dropped individual games to Highland and Yakima ,Iunior College.
ln league play the Nachos Hangers won from Moxee at Moxee and dropped a return game with
the Red Devils on our home diamtmnd. Playing a postponed make-up game with White Swan, the
Rangers edged the Cougars by a 8-7 margin. The Rangers have got one game to play with White
Swan to decide the upper valley championship.
Acknowledgment should also be given to Coach Elmer Leonard who bega n the season with
practically an "all rookie" team, and who worked individually with approximately twenty-five
members in shaping them into fine prospects.
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Front row left to rlght Jerry Chase Ernle Moriarty jlm Jones Eugene Swanson Terry Flelds John
Erly jerry Addington ,Iohn Woods and Roger GICSSCD
Standing Rxchard Slmmons Larry Bond Txmm Moore Allan Ha es Don Klsner ,llm Layton ,I1m Jones
Leslxe Race ,lay Russell James Draper L oyd Jones Klest vans and Coach Don Batey
Wlth only two retumlng lettermen the 1950 Naches track squad was greatly handlcapped by
the lack of experienced track men ln comparlson wlth the 1949 valley B champlonshlps
thls year s team d1d not make an lmpresslve showing
,lay Russell was an outstandmg pole vaulter thus season breakmg the Valley B pole
vault record Russell vaulted 10 feet 1 mch ,lay took second place at the sub-dlstrlct track
meet and also at the dlSl,l'lCt He was the only Naches representatlve to the state meet at
,lun Layton our other returmng letterman was also outstandlng ln the hurdles Layton broke
the hrgh hurdle re cord at the valley B meet a record which had prevlously been held by an
other Naches track man Harold Webb Layton was unammously elected honorary captam for
the squad thus year
Coach Don Batey wlth a squad composed almost entzrely of underclassmen has bullt a frne
foundatlon for future track teams
Verdun Coontz and hls two asslstants Clay Whyhark and Chet Clark were managers for the
Letters were awarded to ,Iam Layton hlgh and low hurdles and relay ,lay Russell pole vault
and relay Larry Bond 880-yard run and dlscus jerry Chase 100-yard dash broad jump and
relay Roger Gxessen hxgh Jump and hurdles Dale llrxdge dlscus and Les Race mxle run and
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Front row Stewart Thompson ,Iam Penney johnny Doehler Douglas MacNell james Draper and Torrance
Standmg Coach Elmer Leonard John Dodson Fred Schacher Nhke Mullen Don Zlrkle ,hm Thomas
Kxest Fvans and Ronald Malnar
By wlnmng nme of thelr seventeen games, the lNaches Ranger second team closed the sea-
son successfully under thc coaching of Coach lzlmer Leonard.
'lhe "D" squad began the season poorly, but showed steady Improvement as the season pro
gressed. Out of the last ten games played by the llanger reserves, they won seven.
Durmg the season, the reserves tangle wxth opponents from Lxllah, Granger, Whnte Swan,
'l horp, Qoldendale, lknttltas, Selah, Nloxee and lllghland.
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portunxty of partlclpatlng xn several mdlvldual and competltlve sports thls past year Also
through the physical education program they have been provlded wxth further opportunity for
Sports whlch have been oper to the gxrls thls past year were softball volley ball badmmton
tennls pmg pong and tumbllng
Other opportumtxes for competltxon wlth glrls from other hlgh schools were provlded through
the varlous Play Days whxch were held throughout the valley Such programs were held at
the Yaluma Hlgh school Selah High school and the Hlghland Hlgh school
Gu-ls who have eamed letters thls past year were Betty Cralg Wilma Gibson Sharon Orr ,Io
Ann Matthes Beverly Carley and Kathleen Kampmann
Advxsers to the gurls athletic program have been Mxss Wanda Osmslu H1155 Lula Schwartz
Miss Dorothy Hoover Fred Tlmm and Robert lee Wolf
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Bottom row left to n t Lou Celle Seward Ferne Wood janxce Clark vlce president Nona Ellsworth
Ma Lou DeMoss Kathleen Kampmann Naoma McM11l1n Phyllxs Kelly Myrtle McDonald
Secon row LaVerne Albee Wanda Grxffm Neva Sue 'VlcEntxre Isabelle Dalton Delores Rxchey Bonme
Johnson R Gnffm Betty Jo Nlchols
o row Miss Dorothy Hoover advlser Betty jones Beverly Carley presxdent Dorothy Ennls Nancy
The Pep Club, organxzed to create enthusxasm and school sp1r1t at games and pep assem
blxes defmltely attalned ltB purpose thls year The llangerettes were the core of the Naches
cheenng sectron at all games At several home games the half trme was kept lxvely by the
Rangerettes marchlng onto the floor to present therr drxlls ably assrsted by the band
Thrs year the Rangerettes featured nevwlv deslgned gold and blue umforms The grrls
were capably gurded through the year by Nlrsses Dorothy lloover and Wanda Osnnskl
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Left to right-jerry Busey, sergeant-at-armsg jerry Blevins, presidentg James Black, secretary-treasurerg
,lay Russell, vice-presidentg Mr. Borch, adviserg Girls' Letter Clubg Wilma Gibson, vice-president: Nona
Ellsworth, presidentg Lou Celle Seward, point chairman: Beverly Carley, secretary-Lreasurerg Janice
Clark, social chairmang,Miss Hoover, adviserg football yell leaders, Wilma Gibson and Phyllis Starnesg
basketball yell leaders Sharon Orr, Wilma Gibson and ,lean Passenger.
The Boys' Letter club brought its year of activity to a close by holding its
annual banquet at the Trout Lodge on May 29. The organization, which is com-
prised of boys who have earned letters in competitive sports, has sponsored
such other activities as smokers, dance, and the initiation of fourteen new
members into the organization. jerry Blevins has served' the organization in'
the capacity of president. Jake Borck has served as faculty adviser.
Another of the small organizations of the Naches Valley lligh school is the
Girls' Letter club. This club has for its purpose the stimulating of interest on
the part of the girls in sports and activities connected with those sports. Niem-
bership in the club is limited to those girls who have, through participation in
the various sports and activities, earned the required number of points for a
The Letter club arranges for competitive matches with other schools and
also handles the arrangements for the Play Days that are held throughout the
Miss Dorothy Hoover is adviser to the group, and Nona Ellsworth has served
as president this past year.
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The second Candy Jones - Doesn't yours taste good, Ui:-k? -- l'n, a tough hombrc, see! - ,lun-
ior Play?????? -- Hay, who turned on those lights! -- Guess l'li hsiw Q1 coke after this one --
There must be an easier way -- Whot hoppen'? -- I,et's ride the I!kF'I'I'y-gh-F0l1Yld -- This is higher
than I thought it was -- Ladies swing out and the gents swing in -- Look whatl can do - I'd
rather ride the spectator bus any day -- You're pretty good, jferry.
Standlng Nona Ellsworth Girls Letter club presxdent Anne Simpson Clrls League
presldent Jane Sadenwasser Annual Edltor Beverly Carley Pep club presldent T
man Clark, Boys Federatlon presldent jerry Clark senxor class president Don Zlrkle
sophomore class presldent jxm Draper st e manager Douglas MacNe1l freshman
class president Jerry Blevxns Boys Letter c uh presldent Verdun Coontz advertlslng
manager Jer Zlrkle jumor class presldent
Seated Jay ussell business manager Harold Webb vlce presldent ,hm Thompson
presldent Kathryn Wllklns treasurer Shlrley Shafer secretary Mr Tlmm advxser Elm
xse Wllkmson paper edltor
Inset ,hm Thompson presxdent
Under the capable leadershxp of Presldent ,lxm Thompson, and wxth the as
sxstance of adviser, Fred Tlmm, the Student Council carrled through a success
ful year The councll IS composed of the A S B offlcers and the presidents of
the classes and clubs
Two large projects whxch were carned out under the dxrectxon of the Student
Council were the A S B carnxval and the clean up day ln addxtxon to these
the councll has tackled and solved the many problems brought before lt by mem
bers of the student body
The councxl passed a resolutlon thls year to the effect of havmg adult sea
son s tlClC6tS for the football season next year
Standlng Jean Cameron Janice Clark Nona Ellsworth ,Ioan Halley Wrlma Cxbson
Anne Sampson Mr Wolf Jerry Clark DlCk Clark Pat Jacobson Shu-ley llolquxst
Seated Lorna Betterson Kathleen Kampmann Shlrley Orr Prancrs Cameron lalerne
lbee Jane Sadenwasser Nancy Stevens Dorothy Burns Betty fhxounard Dorothy
Cope Betty ,Io Nxchols Bonme Rexd
Inset jane Sadenwasser editor
The Ploneer staff for 1949-50 was orgamzed at the fxrst meetmg of the group
wluch was held on Thursday September 8 ln addntron to lane Sadenwasser
edrtor and Lakerne Albee assrstant editor 'Nancy Stevens was elected as
buslness manager for the yearbook
The staff began xts year of 3CllVlly by attendmg the Yearbook Conference
held at the Umverslty of Washmgton Later 1n the year the yearbook was re
presented by the staff members at the student conference held IH lllensburg
Photography for the yearbook was provlded by the staff photographer Drclt
Clark and by the Kennell Fllxs studlo of Xakrma
To fmance the yearbook the staff sponsored such actnntxfcs as the All hlgh
Revue candy sales durmg the noon hour an evenmg dance and an advertrsmg
and solrcltatlon campargn rn both Naches and Yakima
Pap r Staff
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Seated left to rlght Frances Cameron Bob Phnllrps Robert Lee Wolf dlrector of Jour
nalrsm Lou Celle Seward Tom Lougmlre
Standing Jerr Blevins Kathleen Kampmann Shlrley Orr Dorothy Burns Charles Moore
Eumse Wll xnson editor
Inset EUIIISE Wlllunson
The .lournallsm Class wxth l1.un1se Wllklnson as Editor ln chref and Robert
L Wolf Director of ,lournallsm pubhshed by weekly the RANGER REVIEW
offlclal publlcatlon of Naches Valley Hugh School
Contmunng some of the columns from last year and the year before the class
added some of thelr own and trled to keep only those whlch were wanted by the
student readers I Inquest P U and Mud In Yer Eye were three
of the columns started by the staff of the 1949 50 RANGER REVIEW 'lhese
appeared regularly ln the sixteen Issues which were publxshed by the staff
TOP PICTURE dfrcers
Nancy Steven presrdent Rlta Palmer secretary Mrss Lula Swartz advrser LaVerne
Culley vlce president
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Standmg left to nght Beatrlce jones Dorothy Wxtherell Ruby Grrffm jean Howatt
Dorene Harper LaVerne Culley
Seated Ferne Wood Wanda Grxffm Nancy Stevens
BOTTOM PICTURE nght
jean Howatt LaVerne Gulley
The P uture Homemakers of Amerlca xs an organrzatron whlch IS open to any
high school girl who IS interested ln home economlcs and the art of homemak
mg Although the membershlp of the lNaches Valley Hnbh school F ll A club
has been small this past vear those who were assoclated w1th the orgamzatron
carried out several worthwhrle projects
Perhaps the actrvrty whnch topped all others ln rmportance was the provrclmg
of a Chrlstmas basket for a local needy famlly Other actrvltres of the year rn
eluded the sale of apple pres and the ple and Lake raffle both of which were
money raxsmg projects
Nancy Stevens served the orgamzatnon as presrdent this past year Mlss
Eula Schwartz, home economxcs xnstructor was advrser to the goup Other
offxcers were Lal erne Culley, vlce presldent llnta Palmer, secretary and ,Ioan
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Sitting left to rlght Melba Conrad fmance chauman Anne Simpson 'resident Bonnie
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This year the glrls declded to adopt a French war orphan for sxx months
TWICE a month, the gxrls prepared a general package and sent lt to thelr s1x
year old overseas frlend At Chrlstmas tlme the league mcluded a llfe sxze
doll IU the package as a speclal Chrlstmas present
Among the annual events of the year came the Chrlstmas formal Candy
cane , and the 'Vlothers Tea, both sponsored by the Cxrls League
The dance was ln honor of the alumn1 of lNaches H1 who returned .from col
lege for the holldays or who lxved ln the communlty Betty Choumard social
chaxrman, deserves much credxt for her splendld work on thus dance among the
other jobs she had charge of
'lhe Mothers Tea, one of the most chenshed memorles of any grrl was held
ln the spnng A fashxon show was one of the mann features of the day
It IS easy to see why thls orgamzatxon xs known for xts betterment of the
school Under the guxdance of advisor 'Nlrs luvelyn Russell, and presldent
Anne Sxmpson the Culs League has become one of the fmest orgamzatxons of
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president Mr Timm adviser Bob Phillips social chairman Don Matthes sergeant at
amis jerry Blevins secretary treasurer
Inset Truman Clark president
The Boys' Federation is an organization in which every boy of the Nachos
Valley High school is a member. The organization, as a general rule, sponsors
three or four activities during the school year. This year, however, due to a
calendar well-filled with activities which were sponsored by small organiza-
tions, the Federation was not active in the respect of sponsoring activities.
A mixer-dance, given at the beginning of this year's activities, was the only
activity which was sponsored by the Federation.
lf there is a surplus of funds in the Federation treasury at the beginning of
the year, the boys vote to contribute to school activities which are in need of
financial assistance. This year the Federation made sizeable donations to the
yearbook and to the purchase of the charging sled for the football squad.
Standxng left to rxght Maxine Delllnger Sharon Orr Barbara Crnxg Shirley Fenner
Dons Gammons Mrs Palmquxst Barbara Funkhouser Marilyn Hager
Seated Lorene Schacher Nona Ellsworth Dorothy Cope
The hlgh school llbrary wlth nts 4000 volumes IS the lnformatxon center of
the school Every student who IS enrolled spends at least one penod per day ln
the llbrary To asslst these students w1th thexr llbrary problems a staff of ll
llbrarxans IS on duty throughout the day
These gxrls work under the dlrect supervlslon of Mrs Rose Palmqulst school
It IS the duty of these llbrarlans to see that the books are checked out to the
students and checked ln properly and to see that the books are restored to thelr
PFOPCF places on the llbrary shelves The student lxbrarlans also have access to
the magazmes ln the stacks and can check them to students needmg mfomxatxon
Glrls who begln thexr lnbrary work as freshmen and who work all four years
are elxgnble to re celve a gold N upon graduatlon
Beverly Carley and Dorothy Cope recelved gold N s for thelr completxon of
four years of llbrary work at the close of thls year s term
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Left to ll ht Jane Sadenwasser Leone Funkhouser Dorothy Cope Dorothy Burns Mel
ba Cortes Shirley Shafer Wilma Gibson Verlene Jones Marlene Keep Janet Swaney
As a part of the vocational training program of the high school the clerical
These girls work under the supervision of llrs f' velyn Russell
By taking attendance recording attendance typing letters running errands
recording grades and doing other routine office tasks the girls learned to do
the basic dutles of an efficient secretary
These girls of the office staff schedule one period for that work each day
work of the high school office is handled by a staff of nine student office girls.
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cumrs Weave Web of Mystery
Throbbmg drums caught up the heartbeat ot a breathless audlence and provnded a smlster back
ground for the shrleks and laughter ot an extraordinary mystery comedy
'Nlrs Gxllette Uane Sadenwasserl Amelia her Branddfnuahter Uletty Choumardl and hugem 1
fShlrley Shaferl come to an old house nn the l' lorxda everglades owned by Mrs Llllettc s broth
er Mr Balley There they fxnd that the brother has CllSaI peared and a Ur llarley fflnftord Ad
lardl IS ln charge A very tired and over wrought housekeeper flxathryn Wllklnsl warns the three
won en to leave the house
laula Barley fnonnle Reldl a Brand daughter of Nlr Balley arrives on the scene and IS fol
lowed shortly thereafter by Ur Cameron Uay ll usselll
'lhe lncredlbly stupid sheriff Ulm 'lhompsonj provides much humor to the play Wxtchcralt
IS practrced by the Haltnan negroes Celeste fhlelba Conradl and Jules Uion MacNe1ll
Pmally xt IS learned that Dr Cameron IS actually the culprit who IS after an African stone
whlch IS ln the house lle IS kxlled by a devlce mvented by 'llr Barley to protect the stone
'Nlr Harley turns out to be an agent of the F B I and the play has a happy endmg
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lhe junlor class players under the dlrcctlon ol 'lobert lee Wolf presented beventeenth
bummer a llght comedy based on the book by llaurene lJ'1lv on l'ebruary .40 'lhe productlon
wls acclalmed to be one ol the best ever presented ln Nacnes lllgh school
llle story ot the play revolved around Angle l all eme Albeel a seventeen year old who had
never had .1 date wlth a boy rlhflt dldn t bother her ten ycflr old tom ooy slster lxltty Nona
lllsworthl lor she was xcry n uch opposed to the OPPOSIIE sex Xngle began to won'y about her
sltuatlon and she went to her older slster Nlflrgaret lJ8FllCC f larltl who was happlly engaged to
Art Wesley Uelllnperl
Xt HDOUI thls tlme ,lack l ob PhllllpS the baker s son asked ADEIC for a date lhat re
newed Nnple s lalth ln llfc
Pverythlng seemed to be perfect ln Angle s llfe untll two thlngs happened llrst her older
slster LOITBIDC lPat ,lacobsonl nlet a sophlstlcated blg town man Xlartln Keefe crllll' Yloorel
lle showed Angle how awful manhood could be second the EOSSIPY Xlar IC fshlrley Onl and
Jane fhrances Cameronl found out about her datlng of ,Iacll whlch ,Ime dlsllked
wltll the help of Nlargle s steady l'rltz f,I8Ckl8 ,Ionesl and another frlend lony lllon Uarnelll
the glrls managed to keep thlngs stlrred up untll the very end
ln splte of everythlng Angle had spent the happlest summer of her llfe her Seventeenth
Summer Others ln the cast were llr and llrs 'llorrow who were played ny Charles l'all and
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Front row ,Ioan Balley Joanne Mattles Ka Rennie Norma Beck Eunlse Wilkinson,
Darrell Horn Beatrlce jones Nancy Crab Marvln Onstott
Mlddle row Dwl ht Berghoff jean Cameron Lorna Batterson ,lean Howatt Klest Evans
Steve Clark udy Buyan Douglas MacNe1l Gordon Flelds ,I1m Burnett Arnold Arne
son Ronald Russell Ronme 'Vlalnar Grant Fall Dorothy MacNexl Earlene Tester
Jun Sllvestn jerry Chase
Back row Barbara Cralg Ph ll1sR1chey Phyllis Olds Donna McCoy Mr Graham Tom
Lon mxre Betty Dm us etty Cralg Terry Fxelds Bob Phllllps Leal Carley Chesf-
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Dream of Umforms Becomes Reahfy
For the hrst tlme ln the lustory of the hlgh school the band appeared nn publlc on several
occasxons 1n full dress unrforms lhese umforms have long been a dream of the musxc depart
ment but thus vear saw full reallzatlon of that dream
lllghlnghtmg the year of musxcal actlvxty for the band was the partxcxpatlon ln the Lllensburg,
muslcal festwal The 50 plece band under the dnrectxon of Don Graham was given an excel
lent ratxng Other publxc appearances were made at the Sprmg muslcal P T A meetlngs and at
many of the basketball games and pep assemblles
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First row left to rn ht Slnrle Day Carol Emmerson Beatrice Jones llxola Enms Ph llls Kelly Ph 111s
Rxche Shlrley lanshew one 'ldcN11ll1n Darlene Pugh 'Vlr Don Graham Marxlyn ager jamce Cark
V1 ou DeMoss Bonnie Crow lNaoma 'Vlc'Vl11l1n Bertha Allard Myrtle McDonald
Secon Row 1Iarr1etSchacher Betty Carter Nancy Murray Merlxn Thomas Rita Palmer Amta Cope
M Lea Bau man Shlrley Bartley Betty Ann Clark Beverly Darnell Nona Ellsworth Norma Apple
hof Catherlne Russell Barbara Craxg Ann Calla
Thxrd row Dorothy lhtherell Ellzabeth Doescher hlrley Cope Maxlne Dellxnger Lou Celle Seward
Ellen Allard Ruth Dalton Norma Beck Barbara Funkhouser Isabelle Dalton Beverly Carley Sharon
Crewdson Bonnxe Johnson Delores Rxchey Lorene Schacher Arden Crewdson Phyllls Olds
Fourth row Betty Lee ,lean Passenger Cordon Fields Ronald Malnar jean Howatt Dorothy Ennis
Helen Larson Ruby Grlffln Wxlma Gibson Betty jones Frances Cameron Wanda Crxffm Shlrley Orr
LaVerne Gulle Dorothy MacNe11 ,Ioan Scott
Back row Leal arley jun Sllvestrx Terry Flelds Ray Dav1s Chester Clark Arnold Arneson Lloyd
Jones jxm Burnett Norman Smalley Stewart Thompson ,lackle jones ,Ie Chase Ron Hudson ken
neth Powell Kxp Allard Dxck Hogsett Charles Moore Steve Clark B111 jo nson jerry Clark Douglas
MacNe11 Verdun Coontz Don Zxrkle John Doebler Garv Crewdson jlm Brown Cecll Webster Joe
Klsner Kxest Evans Cary Carbe Robert Frazxer
Choir Receives Superior Rahng
One of the most successful organnzatlons 1 n 'Naches llxgh this vear was the glee club ln
der the dlrectxon of Mr Don Craham the glee club composed of over 100 students won a su
pernor ratmg ln the Ellensburg hll!SlC8l Festxval They also took an active part lh the Christ
mas program the All lllgh Revue and the Sprung 'llusxc Pestlval 'lhe ee club was commend.
ed for its enthuslasm and loyalty to the school by judges of the festival xn l' llensburg
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Back row Bob Phx lxps Amold Arneson Gordon Flelds Ronal Russell C ester Clark jerry Chase
Jun Sxlvestn Raymond Carrell
By playlng for the sophomore dance, June 2 the Naches Hrgh School Dance Band wound up
1 S 49 50 season Smce xts formatron ln 1948 the group has grown to 1ts present slze of 16
Although xt conslsts mostly of underclassmen 7 freshmen 6 sophomores, 2 junlors and one
senior the band has worked hard and has accompllshed much this year
Tnps to Zxllah and H1 land were made by the dance band to entertam at pep assemblxes
Other performances included those grven at the P T A meetings and at other school dances
Front row-Judy Buyatn, jean Howatt, Joanne Matthes., Dwight Berfhoff, Dorothg MacNeil, Earlene Tester
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lnset-joan Bailey Joanne Matthes Norma Beck Dwight Berghoff.
This year marked the beginning of small ensemble groups in our music department These
groups are the clarinet quartet and the brass sextet. The purpose of this kind of work is to de-
velop individual ability and to give the more advanced students a chance to work in small
The spring music festival was the last public performance of the year for these two groups.
Other appearances which have been made during the year were at the Lower Naches school
assembly, the Ellensburg small ensemble contest, and at the P. T. A. meetings.
,411 High Dana
Simpson and Maffhes Reign
ueen Anne SIIIIPSOH and lung Don Vlattlmes relgned over the mnuxl xll lugh dance BIVCII ln
uonor ofthe senlor cl Iss on l'r1day evening 'Noven ber 1 lhe royalty were crowned by llonme
Held and Ld Dodson
rllle theme for the dance was Xutumn and was carried out ln the dccorxtlons Encll class
decorated a corner of the gym
Nlusxc tor dancmg was prov1ded by an orchestra wluch featured Hob l rxsque
The newspaper flles ol the school reveal that the all hlglx dance it whlch the senior class
was honored has been an annual lffalr for the past seventeen years lhe tradmon of crownmg
an all hlgh lung and queen began ln 1936 and has been C'lITlE.'Cl out smce fllthough the hlgh
llght of thls year s socnal affair was danclng the records lor l9l3 slum nh It a relay race was
run between the gxrls and the boys wxth the glrls the uctors
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Fndley and Delhnger Recieve Honors
Wesley llellxnger who had been elected as the captann of the year by has
fellow teammates shared the posntnon of honor at the annual football banquet
mth john l'rldley who was chosen as the Inspirational award wlnner for the
year The banquet was haven by the Rangerettes on November 17 In the
hugh school gymnasnum
l'ollowmg the banquet speeches and other numbers on the program lnclud
mg the time out period at which time the awards were made a movle of last
year s Rose Bowl game was shown
The banquet ns an annual aflanr and ns sponsored by the pep club.
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Candy Cane Theme of Formal
The Candy Cane annual alumm Chrxstmas lormal sponsored by the Glrls League was
held December 23 1949 ln the hlgh school gymnaslum
C andy canes and red and whlte crepe paper decorated the gym for the gala event whnch prov
ed to be one of the soclal hxghllghts ol the year
Fntertaxnment for the evenxng was presented by Dons and Sharon Orr ln a danclng duet llary
Lou Dehloss Shlrley Webster and Dorothy Cope smgmg Wmter Wonderland Nancy Stevens
recxtmg a poem called Candy Cane and Cordon Flelds at the plano
General chaxrman for the dance was Betty Chouxnard Other commrttee chalrmen were Bonnie
Rexd 1nv1tat1ons Many Lou De'Nloss refreshments ,Iamce Clark waiters Arlene Purbaugh
cellmfj decoratrons ,lane Sadenwasser wall decoratxons DIXIE Dodson orchestra lletty ,Io
'Nxchols tables Dorothy Cope entertainment and stage decoratlons and Dorothy Burns en
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Probably one of the most eagerly awaxted events of the vear 'was the annual
JIIHIOI' senlorbanquet and prom gnen bv the JUHIOFS ln honor ofthe senlor class
Aprxl 79 was the date of thxs lmport mt event
Xlaster of ceremonles for the banquet was lion llhllllps Entertalnment for
the evenmg was provxded by the junxor glrls trxple tr1o whlch sang two numbers
by Gordon lwelds who plaved two piano solos and by lalferne Nlbee who read
a poem mrltten about the semors
The junlor senior prom whlch followed the banquet was a gala aftalr 'lhe
gyn' was decorated effectnelv ln dark blue and sllver rlhese colors fitted very
well mto the theme of Stardust
Uurlng the lntermlssxon, l'un1se lhllunson sang "Stardust" and "Sta1rway to
the Stars", both of whlch were nn lteepmg wnth the "Stardust" theme.
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Probably one of the most enjoyable and colorful events of the year was the All Hlgh Carnlval
held ln the sprlng Dutles were aSSlgIlCd to chfferent classes and everyone helped to decorate
the booths ln the gym The Freshmen had charge of the refreshments and movles the Sopho
mores the sldeshows the ,Iumbrs the concesslons and the Semors the souvemer booth and
the dance afterwards A varlety of concesslons was offered such as blngo naxl drlve darts
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ball tlu'ows bean guessmg penny throw and many others A large radxo phonograph combxna
txon was raffled dllflllg the evening a goose was awarded to the wxnner of the bean guessing
game and a basketball to the wrnner of the rlce guessmg game After the record dance the
students were seen trudgmg homeward topped wrth crazy hats and laden wxth candy bars bal
loons penants and other prizes
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'Vlatxnee dances were sponsored thus year by varlous school organlzatlons
and were attended by a large percentage of the student body These afternoon
dances took place on several of the l'r1day afternoons The prlmary OD-'CCtlV8
of the matmee dances was to help students to become better acquamted T
aclueve thls objective many dllferent types of mixers were held
Popular records were often used for musxc but on several occaslons the
dance muslc was provxded by the school dance band These matmee dances
were enjoyed by the students
Girls Dale Boys for Annual Tele
Dreamer s llolnday was the theme earned out at the annual Gnrls League
ors and phrases from the popular song Dreamer s Holxday were scattered
beneath the lllustratlons on the wa s Card tables were located abou! the
room cleverly covered wnth decorated tops
Dlrmg the lntermnssxon Ed Dodson was crowned tolo lung by lus escort
Dorothy MacNell lle was chosen by popular vote of the student body
Music for dancnng was provided by Mr Don Graham and several other valley
muslclans Other musncal numbers were presented by students dunng the unter-
The tolo proved to be a success and was attended by a large percentage of
the student body
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Preceded by tales of torture embarrassment and many other unpleasant thoughts resultmg
from such storles one ofthe largest freshman classes ln the hlstory oi the hlgh school pather
ed ln the h15h school gwll to face whatever consequences the sophomore class had ln store lor
them on Septerrber 23 'Ihe mltlatxon was carrned out m the tradrtxonal style wxth mam of the
sophomores on hand to do the honors
The frosh arrxved on the scene ln appropnate and prescrlbedl attlre blue jeans topl ed oy
slurts and wlth thelr strlngy han' decorated wlth red ribbons
lnltlatees were branded ducked ln water drenched with halrset and were led wet noodle
Battered brulsed and bewlldered they trudged homeward w1th the happy teellnb of belng lull
fledged Naches lllgh students 'llost of them were glad that the suspense of the evening, was
over but no doubt many oi them gave iorth wxth a bxt of a chuckle when they thoutht of the pro
spect of bemg m the positron of sophomores when the tlme for another ll'llll3tlOIl rolls around
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too soon, 'loday 970 students enrolled
the largest enrolln ent 1n the hrstorx of tht
oday th second day ol school s
busy one lllghlrglltlng the dn was tht
electron ol class ollrcers jerry flarlt w as
elected semor class prcsrdent lerrv flr
ltle junror class presxdent and Douglas
1ldCN0ll lreshm in class presxdent rc
llrst student councrl meetrng w rs held mrh
nn lhompson at the helm Uthcr orgxnnzr
tions whlch met lor the first trmc 1lllSyf lr
were the per club annuil staff md tht
boys letter club
Approxlmately 100 students danced to por
ular recorded musxc at the liovs letter
Club dance the frrst socral event on the
A bxtol Shakespeare was brought to 'Naches
llr by Rrchird Carradlne lle presented tht
'Nachesgrldsters met the 5el1h11lt1ng. under
un er the lnghts for the lrrst e rl lc
season Selah defeated the ll xnprrs ,E 0
'xg Sxsters asslsted new ls t tle
flrls League mtxer held rn the gum All
ma Clbson was rn charge ol the irran c
ments for the alfaxr
Anne Sxmpson called thelrrst Lrrls l e 1 ue
meetmg for the wear to order
Cxrls League dues urne ended bemor
girls wm wlth 3 4
Rangers handed second deleat ol the sei
son by the Cle 1' lum Vlarrxors
Freshmen lnltxated 'Nmcty four members
of the class survlve the terrors of the nl
Annual stall and ldwlser attended the wear
boolt conference at Washington lnlversrtx
Freshman sopnomore team defeated bw Sel ill
underclassmen rn scrrmmage game lj-O
llhrte Swan Cougars dealt the Ran ers thur
flrst league defeat ol the year l'1nal score
1'1rst vacation of the vearl School dlsmls
sed for the Central Vtashlngton lr ur
'N rches flu ed llrghlfind at llrghland
p rrtsm m s llay at 'Noches Several hugh
school students took part rn the events of
mrs frre drrll of the season held 1m
lil rel-t mnounced that tlme for clearing the
llllllfllflgx vx is '18 sec mds
Ii rn ers plued second conference game of
sm IS 1 une ended ln a 6 6 txe wut
le xc hers :ttf nd re glon ll conventlon at Ya
lt 1 1 llrgh Sch ol lxuls get holxday w lle
te at urs go tu sc loo
N rehes ws Nlahton Hangers scored first
t nfcrfncf xlctorx of the season by up
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SI c ull How s lederatlon meetlng held
lullu lxn mx wrmtrpal speaker Subject of
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lrll h l e ,pu-ds handed the Rangers err
confc ente loss with a lmal score of 37 12
S xr xl hrgh school students I'f5CClV6d ln
neu xtr ns ml xxccm 11lOl'lS at the c mic
at the grrde school Dr Stanley Benner
wrelc cd the needles
l tra nts f hr h school students attended
c 1 s rt the Open llouse The event was
held rn conjunctlon wrth 'Natlonal Educa
lst tootba ame of the season played
a un t Xloxee ed llexlls Rangers de
le xted 6 O
li rsltetball tumout l'orty fue novs turned
Xnss 11 lndx Osrnskl injured when cement
frlled txrc lell on her foot
C hxrles Stuart and Albert Parablnl present
ed musical program Second natlonal as-
semblres program ot the wear
lkeslex Dell nger honored as the captam of
the wear at the Football banquet John
1' rrdley elected as mspxratlonal award wnn
brrls league adopted French War Orphan
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to a small but at preclatlve audlence
23 Psychology class sponsored Turkey
24-25 Thanks glv 1ng vacatlon
Nat1onalAssembl1es presented an lllustrat
ed program entitled The Cyclops of Mount
Palamar Students were taken on a trip
to the moon
Semors attended College Day actlvltles
at Yaklma Senlor hrgh school
Alumm team defeated the Rangers wlth a
score of 24-20
Teams from Moxee White Swan Hlghland
and Naches took part ln the tenth annual
basketball Jamboree held at Naches H1
Naches won wlth a total of 28 points
Group pictures for the yearbook were taken
by the KennellEll1s studlo photographer
Naches vs Klttlf,8S Rangers won flrst
conference wm of the season agalnst Klt
txtas Flnal score 28 19
Naches vs Selah Naches upset Selah
vllilllgs ln a low scorlng contest 23-20
Rangers contlnued wmmng streak by de
featmg Thorp 34 18
Last mlnute fxeld goal by Jerry Blevlns
brought defeat to Hxghland Fmal score
Gxrls League sponsored the annual home
comlng Chrlstmas formal wlth lts theme of
Alumm of hlgh school were honor guests
at the Chrlstmas assembly Program under
the dlrectxon of Mrs Rose Palmquxst and
Chrlstmas vacatxon began Students were
glven thelr fxrst long vacatnon of the year
No more school for the year of 1949
Naches dropped a close hard fought battle
to Hlghland 36 34
Boys Fed m1.xer held after Highland Na
A few members of the student body return
ed for a New Years Eve dance whxch was
sponsored by the junxor class
Chrlstmas and New Year s have now be
come hxstory school recommenced The
bulldlng was cold due to frozen plpes
The Ranger qumtet fou t nts way past the
Whnte Swan Cougars nn a contest that end-
ed 26-24 ln favor of Naches
Led by forward jerry Busey who racked up
15 polnts the Naches Rangers pocketed
thenr fourth straight conference wnn of the
season from Granger The fnnal score 45-
Rehearsals for junlor play Seventeenth
Drxver s tralmng course completed Twen
ty mne students successfully completed
School closed on account of severe weath
er Students recenved unexpected vacatnon
Coldendale Tlmberwolves gave the Rang
ers thexr flrst defeat of the year
Rangers won flfth conference wln from
Moxee Red D6VllS- 55 31
Weather moderates School resumed
Rangers wmnmg streak contxnued Scored
slxth wm from Klttltas on home court wrth
a score of 29-25 Ed Dodson hxgh polnt
man wxth 17
Gll'lS attended play day at Yakima H1
Sport of the day was volleyball Rangers
won close battle from Thorp The fmal
score of the low scornng game was 32 24
Supporters of the band umform project
danced to the muslc of the dance band to
the tune of over S100
Rangers glnded through to an easy vnctory
over the Whlte Swan Cougars 54-32
Roeland Van Cavel lectured on Holland
Mr Van Cavel s program Clxmpses of
Holland was sponsored by N S A
Basketball season contmued. Rangers
went on sconng spree and downed the
Goldendale Tnmberwolves 69-37 on home
Semors sponsored stocknng dance after
the game Bob Phlllnps won pnze for the
bn test socks
Rangers defeated Moxee Red Devils 48-32
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Semester crded Une down one to 5,0
Naches performers went to lllghland to
give exchange assembly lrobran lorene
Schacher mjured an tumulmg act
flrls dated ooys lor annual lolo lhe
theme ot Dreamer s llolnday was carried
out ln the decorations l d llodson crown
ed kung by Dorothy llltxffll
,lumor class presented the hut ol the year
"1-'73 llxstrnct lournlment held at lxllah
lllg.,hland presented return exchange as
'N iches defeated by llllah at Unstrnct tour
Second year home economics class vlsnted
A S lm mnxer dance held to sell chances
rl r lck schedule announced
brass sextet clarinet quartet and soloxst
Judy huyan partlclpated ln small ensem
bles contest at hllensuurg
Uon lmtuch from 'loppenlsh spoke to so
clology class on fustomes and Wlmages
XS li sponsored annual carnxval lllxne
Young, won radxo phonograph
lloys Letter Club sponsored smoker
Students heard blrds talking rn the as
ser bly 'lhe program which featured the
talknng mynah bnrdswfns presented uy N S
llaseuall season opened with the llangers
Naches cmdermen defeated by Selah track
66-57 ,lnm layton scored 16 pomts for
1 April Pools Day Paper staff narrowly
escaped bemg tarred and feathered because
of the special issue
f lee Club and band dad themselves proud
bv mnmng, 1 one and two rating respectxve
ly at the annual l' llensourp Nlusxc l'estlval
lloys letter C lub sponsored second smok
er to ralse funds for the charging sled
llaw etms Mka Seltzers endurance tests
and many other bram storms ol the let
termen were the order ol the day when
fledghnps of the letter Club were lnlllal
ed mto n er bershlp
1 gtuf ents I ived a sngh ol relief wxen
sprmg, vicatnon lmxllx arrlved l'or some
tlme nt appeared as though old man Wmter
had robbed them ol all chances of such a
Track team lost nts second dual meet of
the season to llnghland uv 1 score of 3834
Xnnual stall sponsored dance After sev
eral postponements the event was flnally
A vocal concert oi great varlety was pre
ln splte of the dlsheartenmg dress re
hearsal the Ml llngh Llevue sponsored
by the Xnnual stall went over smoothly
Several authentlc costumes from the Cay
Nmetnes ferlod added a spark of reallsm
to the productlon
Sociology class went to Jall to vlslt
juniors honored the Senior class at the
annual banquet and prom Stardust was
the central theme for the prom Over 100
couples were ln attendance
Naclres downed the X lllex A Lhamps
the llarquette Squares m a practice ame
wlth a score of 8 4
lau5hter and rrlld embarrassment hub
ln hted today s National Xssemblv trocgran
Ewen by lom Gauer a Swiss rrusxcxan
llany students land teachersl will long: re
memuerthe serenadxn YNl'llCl"l they recelved
School and grounds re celved thorough
cleamng as students observed clean up
hangers swanped laklma l team as
climax to the clean up day actnvltles
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Nalley ,Iumor College took battery of en
D Vxola l' Carfleld from Washlngton
IJIIIVCFSIKY spoke to student body on My
ths ol the llaces
loday was a busy one lor h15h school stu
dents 'lwo events were held durmg, the
aiternoon lor the ladles the Girls Lea
gue entertamed the mothers at the annual
Vlothers 'lea Por the gents the llanger
nlne met lllCNlOX6Ct68m on the home court
lhe event whlch brought the day to a
ITUSIC department lJon fraham and 1' ugene
lless directed the banl glee club and en
sembles ln an evenmg ol dellghtlul musxc
lamce Clark and ,llmmxe Jones represented
'Naches H1 1n the l'lk s safe drxver contest
held ln Yakxma
Non lnatnons for the vanous A S R 01flCCS
for next year were made m student body
Nlake up game wlth Whnte Swan played
PFCVIOUS enbagen ent postr onedon account
19 20 Semors fanled to report for classes An
nual sneak day' Several of the class at
tended the ice follies at Seattle
Student body officers were elected for com
1 g ye r
Student s work was dlsplayed at the annual
sprmg open house Unsplays were set up
ln the sym
Vacatlon before vacation' Only a few more
days left untll the end Reason for this
one Nlemornal Day
Semor class honored at baccalaureate ser
Caps and gowns were the dress of the
day for the 44 seniors of Naches lln ll
plomas were awarded at the annual com
mencement exercxses Con mencement
speakers were jane Sadenwasser lone
hake ,hm Thompson and ,lay llussell
The long, awalted day has arrxved bmde
cards out books checked ln nn short lhe
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workmg on Clean up
: 3 Day except 'I hompson he
Q provides entertalnment with his
versnon of 'Ihe Mexican Hatdance
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DC a little touchmg up N1aybe9j
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DOLL UP YOUR ROD
Snntty s Dmatone MUFFLERS
All Kmds of Automobzle Assessones
TRIAN6lf AUTO SlJPPlY
South lst St Yaklma
REAL SILK HOSIERY MILLS
E R Barchft Branch Sales Mgr
VALLEY CENTER FOOD MART
Route 8 Gleed Phone 28481
Gnocsmss r-'nulrs a vase-rAam.s:s
Mens CANDY :cs enum
LOCKERS AND SUPPLIES
EAT AT GLEED
Wxth Marge 8: Speed Fulton
GLEED CAFE 8:
GUZED BARBER SHOP
MIKE S SERVICE
GAS OIL MODERN CABINS
Self Sewlce Lal-md1'Y Phone 23009 Gleed Wash
FOR YOUR PATRONAGE
MO0I2II BROS IIIIRDWARII
PLUMBING and HEATING
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Al S SNACK BAR
Across from Hort Umon
FRESH BREAD CAKES
BYRNE S BAKERY
Naches Phone 3861
KOF FEE KUP
Qulck Lunch and Fountam
Naches Phone 4231
Naches Phone 4211
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Automodile 81 Tractor Service
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COWAN S PHARMACY
Naches Wash Phone 2261
LEWIS SMITH CO
Dry Goods Clothmq Shoes
N ACHES MARKET
BRITE SPOT CAFE
BOB MYRICK S
Your dollar buys more at your
Marshall Wells Store
Naches Wash Phone 2641
NACHES STATE BANK
LAMB FRUIT CO
Comph ments Of
CARLSON S GROCERY
Naches Wash Phone 4481
BOB BAIRD S
Phmlco Sz Westinghouse
EASTWOOD 8: STARKEY Electnc
You CALL for us We WIRE for you
Phone 4281 Naches
NACHES PUBLISHING CO
These Busrness Firms have
supported your Yearbook Support
them whenever you can use
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' NAOMI CHAPMAN'S
WALTER J. ROTHE, Architect
807 W. Yakima Ave.
YAKIMA VALLEY SPRAY CO.
1108 South lst St.
CENTRAL CHAIN 8:
709 S 1st St
YAKIMA LUMBER 8: BOX CO.
TRIPLE XXX DRIVE IN
South lst St
JOE KLINGELE FUEL CO
YAKIMA BUSINESS COLLEGE
416 W Yakima Ave
HANSEN FRUIT 8: STORAGE
102 N lst Ave
GOLDEN WHEEL RESTAURANT
9 S lst St
HARGREAVES 8: ORKNEY Ins
16 N 2nd St
713 S lst St
WHITMAN BUSINESS COLLEGE
265 N 2nd St
ROYAL TIRE SERVICE
324 W Walnut
SIMON S FURNITURE CO
23 N 3rd St
YAKIMA CITY CREAMERY
202 S 5th Ave
ROSSER 8z SUTTON
KOHL S SHOE STORE
WRIGHT MUSIC CO
9 S 3rd St
KENNELL ELLIS STUDIOS
YAKIMA CEMENT PRODUCTS
1202 S 1st St
C M KOPP FRUIT CO
201 N 2nd Ave
HELLISEN LUMBER CO
North lst Avenue and B
17 N 3rd St
Lower Naches Ranch
Wm BILL HASSELL
417 W Yakxma Ave
211 W. Yakima Ave. 203 E' Yakima Ave'
232 S. Front St.
L. P. MICHELSEN
215 N. 2nd Ave.
QUICK PRINT SHOP
117 E. A
MARQUARD'S REPAIR SHOP
115 S. 1st St.
PRENTICE PACKING 8:
202 N. lst Ave.
HOGGAT'S RADIATOR SHOP
225 S. lst St.
STUBB'S FRUIT Sz STORAGE
111 N 2nd Ave
MATSON'S HEREFORD RANCH
CENTRAL HEATING Sz PLUMBING
501 S lst St
CASCADE GOLD STAR DAIRY
N Front at East B
401 S 1st St
YAKIMA FRUIT 8: COLD
N lst Ave at West B
HANEY 8z HAGER Insurance
MAY NURSERY CO
20 W C St
YAKIMA HARDWARE CO
118 E Yakxma Ave
CITY PEERLESS CLEANERS
201 N 1st St
Phone 5161 4101
BURROWS TRACTOR CO
921 S lst St
516 S 5th Ave
FORD VETERINARY HOSPITAL
2901 Naches Hxghway
FOOD MACHINERY 81
POTLATCH YARDS INC
901 S lst St
111 E Yaklma Ave
HILL S CONSTRUCTION CO
102 S 5th Ave
MCCORMICK 8z SONS FLORISTS
SCHREINER TITLE C0
30 N 2nd St
SNYDER S BAKERY
31 N 4th Ave
Phone 33874 215 N. 3rd Ave.
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