Naches Valley High School - Pioneer Yearbook (Naches, WA)

 - Class of 1955

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"I Aw ' 1 5. . p 1 , ' 4. ff, Q 4f'.,,v 1 g,f f L, A , I .1 7 L fl fy, ,LA-" , ' I ff. It 1 ee e. 1 1 1 . I V Y J 1. c h L ' -95 X I 5 v' F! 1 1 1 I 0 - M-4-7 -Q fa, x X ,, . . . Q , . . . . ,, , . l J , - Y. 1 1 ' I I 1 ' Our thankb: to the annual staff for the original development of an Q ' f 1 1. " - V - - 1 " 1 YV- 11 1 ' U- - V 1' 1 ' V ' - 9 .1 ' '-'1 ' 14x11 -.4 ' 1' 1 1-Q 1 - -' 1 1:1 - "1 r x 1 H ' ' 4 ' v ' 1 - X I 'ky 'bt ' 1 1 1 H ' ' 1 1 1 ' ' - --1- FH 3 , ' , ' -1, Q 1- - 1k-1 1 -1 ' JXV1 -A: ' 1' "m-- . FEM-4Z?,6fwf 1 tom 01:2 pzmczpal What 1S a yearbook'P Much more than a collect1on of poses and plctures por hopes and fears amb1t1ons and despa1rs gladness and sorrow htunor and solem mtv that make up thxs year The passage of t1me may fade even our fondest memomes so we are grateful for th1s accurate record Turn the pages and l1ve aga1n 1954 55 Don Batey Fxfteen l Q 1 . ,I I I traying the people and events of the year. In these pages each of us will find the MR. ELMER LEONARD Mathematics MRS. ROSE PA LMQUIST Latin MISS BETTY COWAN Home Economxcs acuf t MR. FRANK DEMCHUCK Shop M KS. V1-QRIJE LLL 'I' HUM A5 Pllysxvnl I-.miuuatx-mn MR. ROBERT LEE VSOLF Languagc Amr M K. DE LMAR M.-XSSON History My 4 .1 L J' -J I i Xb I Eg ' ' vw I V 5- f- Y J' ' V 1 , xii X N' - 5 . 1 'L' If f .IK fl- X " X X N L I W' A vt . ,fl , ' y 1 Q 'PD' 1 U rf' J' if QJXXB v J 3 J .X V NNN XP Nl Q R . Q1 ' NUNNVN if NP , JAX JAN X' .AN W 'Q , fy! ,J A U 'M , ' SX ' A1 M ij' Q 1 A V U L . s 5? ' rf' 5' A 'N in-I I, MRS. ETHEL PHILLIPS Spanish . x X , .W xv x'. VII MRS. FLORENCE STRAND Language Arts MR. DONALD GRAHAM Music MR. E. M. BORCK Coach MR. CARROL WALKER Science MRS. EVE LYN RUSSELL Commercial if x W eniou . . - glass fss Jerry Neal, President The class of 55 partlclpated 1h a busy round of actlvltles durmg thelr last year at NVHS F1rst project of the year was the bulldlng of a float for the Sportsman s Day Parade They also operated two concesslon stands at the annual event Other act1v1 tles of thxs class mcluded decoratlng thelr corner at the All Hlgh Dance, class partle pep assembhes and the sneall Fmal events for the semol s were Baccalaureate Ser vlces, Commencement and the Semor Party Sr wx Cl Off1C.LIN B141 ION 'Sh LlmL1Ltonurl arlusox Joe Lxans sLrg,eanlata1ms Jun Iual prtsnltnl B l P1 nmx Q 5 t M s H14 P11 nqulst arlxlsfu front roxx Jam MrPhu wocml thauman Annettg XX rltcr ttumxx Ptggw Frnmx txeasuxer Not lJlLtUI'f.d Don Wllson soual Lhauruan T ltmx mo , N , . . , . 1 ' ,. ' ' . - Sturm ' ass :fa ' 'z l '. 4' -' 1 1' , 'g 1 " ., W f ' ' tg UQ' " , ' lv., 1, j, vi 'c-Jrusiriong 11 , 1, - : 2 , ', " ': ' f I ', .' - :. i,,.,. ,VE lfib. , ,.y .,,A. . ' A' , I ll - . 2 . .w . ' 1 ' R . t- - as BOYD, NORMA - 'TOM' "She that is of merry heart hath continual feast." Entcrecl from Yakima 2g Girl! League Z-'1 lolliw-1' 41: Dru- matics 353 Tumbling Team Sl: Pep ,Club 4 lolficm-r rljg Soxtctti' Llg Ellensburg Music Festival 2-43 Spring Muali: Festival 3- 4g All-High Choir 3-4 loffitrcr 415 Annual Stall -1 lluyout telli- Lor 413 Annual Conference 43 F.'I'. A. 4. BURNETT, ROBERT - "BOB" 'Generosity is more charitable than wealth." Sturlcnt Council 33. Clans Olfic-s-r 1,21 lpiw-sirlviit Jill Buy! lf.-ll vraition 1-ll fntfiuor 5113 Juniisr Play 311 Svniur 1'l:1y lg Tzilr-nt Show 1, LZ. 4: Thi-spiunhli--1 1ul'l'it'cr -ij: Dr':in':1 lfl-htivzll ZS- l: Fl1'CCH!11l1lIltl'L' l-2: Ciiurtt-sv Cwznziiittm- JL li'li:A11':n:in.3j . I3-nys' Lt-ttvr Club l--1. Elll-nhburg Muwiv lfi-wtixul 1-fl. Spring Muflt' Fi-wtivxil l'-'ll.All-ll1Q1,l1Cl1lYl1'4l-'ll0lllx't'l"1l1.xllllllfll Stull' 1-4 flzxywut wlitor Iijg lllklllrl' Roll 2-'13 1-'imtliull 11111111141-1' lg Buflat-tliull Mzlnzygcr 1-Z3 'I'rzu'lm 2.4: Bovs' t3u:11'1t-ttf' 1-ll' Band 1-4 Qulflcci' 2-lj: F. T. A. 4 tprcmiiicnt 41. CLARK, GERALD - ' JERRY' Character tires in a man, reputation Outside of him." Slu'1ontCwunc-il 253 Boys' FL!YlL'l'l1l1UY1 1'-11 Juniwr Play' J. Senior Play 4. Stuiiunt Cwnl'ei'1-nt-Q .31 Ski Club -1. 1: ASB Olfii-er S3 lftzigi- ninnagcrj. Stull.-nt Bus Drixui' . 2. COLLIER, NIKE A gefztlimaiz nzahee no noise." Enicreii l'I'l.'l1l Yukinza 2. 15-lub' 1-'irili-inliiim J 1. Q. Baixc-3.1111 11. 4 I ANGLIN, .-XILEEN - 'IDLE' "Beauty is at ohcz the ultimate principle and the htfjtlfvrf aim of art." 51.uVfnt C .I 1 Pu.-1-r' mm.: 1.1. 211 ,.-' 1.1 at- Jun, iz' kdm' mar l'l.i'. 21 Till' ui nz 2.1 Q l ' Cvnli-rr n -4 .. Q. .XX-f 'v bln Ci 1: 'pttff 2 l.ilil:li'1m1 .-3 1"'giCli.l 1.1. Oili 1- G xl ., Nl nfltf' 2.51-'Quill' 1.1 ll,li-i liuig Mimi' 191.--ilvzll l-S,5,f!'1ng Mahi - 15-.t.'.'1ll l-1 X 11.42. Clwir' i.Q..Xl1l'lL1.:l5tL1Il-Ql.ll'1' .lvl J. ll wi: li 1.5gmr't'Ii.11r1Y Dun' l1r1'x'-.-- 21 lllwn 1-.n, gun' iz Cnr. Iilxlu, 3. .'-.rBO1:i i.,' i-r 2 1L1l.K4lil.lrQl1,I' i 1 il 11, .1-.ninlzil Conit-i'c-nur J: I".T..-X. 4. APPLEHOF, GL.-XDYS "Health and cheerfulness make beauty." Girls' Lt-Ligue 1--1. ARNESON, JOANNA - 'JO' HEllttlZl.Sttt.Sl7Z Ls the QFIIIAIIS of sincerity, and truth ac- complishes no victories without itf' SlL1flI'T1tC'lllV1f'llAl lf1l'1'.Nl'l1'Ul,2C215N Olli f'i- r 1.31, Gzrlf' Lvuuiu- 1-1 twlfiuvr' 21. Junior Plziv -1.51-infix' l'l:ix' l.'l'1ll1-nt Shim l--lg 'l'limr5p1:msl:.1: Ilrznnzltiir.-1.23 Stuflr-ntCifl1I1-1'w-rii-r- 1-'IQY1-ll1.111111-r'L:,.i,lg l'a'5zClubl-l.SlL1Clulil-lglwll1- ct-I' 1-11: fjllltjl' Girl ll. 1311155 Sm-xt:-123 Nrnnfqtlu 27. 11 51 wtnfl 1,2. Elli-nsburg Mufji l'll'hllYHl 1'-4:5pr1ng Muni" lfi Xtivzil 1-Llg Annual Staff 1--1 lsubscription 1-flitur .ijz Hunm' Roll 2, 13, -1: All-High Printresx 4: All State Bztnfl 4: All-High Choir 3, 43 DAR Award 4g ASB Olficer 4 lprcsiflcnt 41: F. '1'.A, 4g Salututorizin 4. BAUGHMAN, JOHN 'True politeness is perfect ease and freedom." Boys' Federation 1-4g Buys' Lcttcr Club -lg All-High Choir 3g Football 1-45 Basketball l-3: Baseball -1. 11 1 IJOIJSON, WAYNE Sluzlfous of IGN! and fond of lzumblv things." C1:1xNO1I11'1'11Ll3 131155 I"1f111-111111111 If-I1 Ilwyw' L1'1I1'1' CIIIII 2 . , 1. I111fI1111I1:111 M1111:1g1-1' 3, 'I'1'111-Ia INI:111:1g1'1' LZ. IJOILSCHIQIQ, DICK 7111117 is 11011111151 11151 fllil, is 1hC1'ff" B1 10111-111111111 1--Z k111.11:' 171115 111T111fp1L111wf1gD1'111f1 131 - J.I311y9 1.1-111'1'C111111-4.'I'1111,111111g'1'1:1111 1, 5111C1111 -I: 1111111111111 111311111113 1-1. 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D.-XKI1 FII, "Thr flffvvwff 11'ff1.Q111v,2 Ura !7111.Qr 11-711071 11'f N11'1'y 71 01 f1tG1'l." 5111 111111 C1111v1.-11 IL, I'11111'1' 511111 3. G11'1r' I.1'11g111- l--I I 111111 5111111 2,211 5111111-111 C111111-1'11111'1- .L, G11'1N' 111-111'1'C111I1 w1111'111IZI1 P1111 C11111 1,21 S111 C1Il13 -1: I'l111'Y1r1J1II'Q M11 11x'111 1.2. Sprmg, Mums 1'11'511Y1I1 1.31 151111111111 511111 1 1 111 vvrtiring 111:1r1ng1-1' 111 M155 Nz11'111w . DELLINGEH, NORMA 1 I' 'I' -X 11 "A loving lzrart is U10 trzwsf 1l'1SlI0IIl.U Girlb' Luaguu 1-4 Iuffiucr 24-1jLC1fl5r 011111-1111 1: 11111 III Ig Pep C1uI1 1-4 Qoificcr 411 01111111 Girl -1. Sc-X11-111' II 1 burg Music Festival 1-2g Sprmg M11511- F1-w11v:11 1- ' L1 Baskctball lg AnnuaI S1311 2, ,sd cr-'fi if GAUDETTE, JACK 'I zmzzld liflp others ou! of a fellow jfclifiyyf' Stwltznt Criunuil 1, 2,41 Clubs Ollit-ur LZ lprcsirlm-nt !j1 Buys' l"t-flvratiwn 1-4 Qolifiut-1' lj: Juniui' Play Sl: SL-niwr Play 4: Thvspianf Zi-4 tprn-miiiunt 1. Stuslt-nt Cunleim-iiwt' 2. -l: Buys' Lvttcr Cluli Il, l: Ffiotlizlll l-4: Bamlwtliall Z--2. IIARLINGTON, FLOYD - 'PICK' 'Decds, not words." Student Council 4, Clzinw Olficc-r .ig Boys' Fcflt-rzitiun l-4 lpi'csir.lt-nt-153Senior Play-11 Talunt Show J, -41SlUllL'llT. Cun- tcrenco 43 Buys' Lcttcr Cluly 2.15. 44 toflit-or 43: Elle-nslfurg Music Fcbtival 1-4: Spring Mubic Fratival l-4. All-High Choir 3,45 Boys' Quart ct 2, 4, 41 Fiiotliall fl,-11 Basketball 1-4g Baseball 2, Ll, 4. HERALD, PHYLLIS Goodzzfss is the only ifzvfsfnzcnt which never fails." Student Council 4: Girls' League l-45 Student Cwnt'tAi'cnuc' 4: Girls' Letter Club 1-4 Qulficer Ls, president 43: F. li. A. 1: Office Girl 41 Ellerisburg Mufic Festival 1.4: Band 4. HESSELGESSEH, BONNIE The himzailc htart becomes softened by hearing of in- stances of gcntlcncss and consideration." Entert-cl from Yakima 43 Girls' Lt-aguc 45 F. T..-X, 4. FLNNI-Qli, Fl-lGGY "Eaz'1fc.stmQ-5 is df COHON If ffipfrral by rcfzsofzf' Stufic-ntCf-unci,i,Q1Cla-4 Oiiifcr .f.2.G1l'l:'L"agLinil 0111.01 r lj: Junmr P av .,. Tal--nt :lim J. J: 'l'nf,--gi11iri- btu1n:l'llCffT'.lLI't-!i1- ,2.4g Ywll Le,-adn-r J. 1. Pt-yfC1iili L-Q tuililgul' l.I,.p1i'f,-i lent Qi. ilii Club l-Q. Oilif.-u Girl i. lillcrnsliurg Llllfl. Fubtival l, 3. Spring Music Ft-,wtivul l.J. Annual Staff l-lg Annual Cfviiit-H-ncc .51 Sazntjq Cliairii.a'i 32. FRANCIS THEONI-L - 'TONI' "lVhatsoct'cr thy hand fiudtllz to do, do it 14-ith thy might." Girlb' LL-a.guc l-4. Talent Shun' l,2: 1'Ji'Zt:i.atiCSJ: Pup Cluli 1, -1, 4 lrilficcr 4lg Spring Music Fcztival l-Z. FIQAZILK, BRUCE "It lakes a gran! man to make a good li.slCner." Buys' Federation l-4. FRAZIER, ROBERT t'Faith lights us Harough the dark of Dfilyf' Boys' 1"orlt-ration 1-4. S E VCI? Y fam. .. 6 ut , in-I A HUETTNER, GRETA "I have learned that to do orze's next duty is to take a step tou-ard all that is worth possessing." Student Couneil 4g Paper Staff lg Girls' League l-4: Junior Play 12, Senior Play 4, Talent Show 2, 3, 4, Thcspians -lg Stu- dent Conference Z, 3, 41 Librarian l, 2, 3, F. H. A. lg Ellens- burg Music- Festival 4, Spring Musie Festival 1-41 All-High Choir 3, 'lg Annual Stall' 1-4 ti-upy editor 2, editor 41, Annual Conl'i-renee 34,415 Szltety Conti-renee 153 Outstanding Rurzil Youth Awurmi 213 F. T.A. 43 Hunur liiill 2.13,-1, HULL, UAIZLENE The way to have a friend Ls to be one." llntereil Jig All-lligrh Choir.ipGirls1 Leugi1e1i,11 0lflt'L'L1ll'i IIVMANN, S'l'ANl.EY 'If lriioirlerlgr' is poiet r, patiiiiee is powerful." Paper Stull 4. lily! l'lt'liK'I'1llIf'll 1--1. tuilii-er .1,lJ. 'llili-ni rllniv. 1, lrllli-iifiiiirg Mum lf:-wtzxill Z. Sprung Musa' lw rl ull l,.i.l. fXllflli,giiCliui1'.,,l. HllriU'llV11iil.f.rxllllllltiililll Q tlfuriii-'sf riiziiiugerj ll-:nur lil-li J. l, l. lieyf'a1ii:ii't-I -,Z lllll'llllilll'lLi lliisiv tliqiii .1 llzifi Ifiill l. Ylilnii. iiii..in 3. HlTlN'll1lllll'IY, -HN 'All that is grant iii a mah effniis th rough 1i'orl.'." Enter--il trim. Siinnyriile L2 Buys' I-'e1lei':1tiwii 3. -1. 'l'1iz: l lin l'n-:mi .L F. 'l'..'X. 4. 'I'xnenty-six --up fl, ,- ,,-f , ,,,,' , i 4 ll 'P i 1 IIUEINLEL, l.'i'L.'ill "Ont of ill chin rlof ei qi 'Y i li- "IM fl t n1o.4tltsp5alfttli." Girl- l.- .1411 L-Q. C..i-f 0.1. - I. 'Dill ni :iii Li?-rn -ez .-5 :une len i-1'3.l1fgilj..f ' 3 tiiiizgt-1' .41 0.1. V Gil 4, l.,1i llxl ur, Illufi lf" -11.11. rg-iyne lllllrl' lifiiuzii 1.1. Bziri l-1. .-Xiiiipnil 512111 J., IIUHN, 'WAYNE ii Wisflorrz is the health of tht soul." linteri-il Irvin, 'x'1iki:i:ii.i. Bly! l"iwli-ir1itiwn.,,'11 limi-ur liiill lntriiniurzil Biifketlizill ILA. Biifeluill 4. Howix'I'T, KARON "What good-iiaturrd people have us, we look forward with extra pleasure to their return." Paper Stall' 4: Girlz' League 1-41 Junior Play 33 Senior Pl -1: Thespi:1ns.i, 41 Drarnalies Z1 Librarian ll: Pep Club 1,21 Ulfiee G rl J, 41 Ellensburg Musii' Festival 1,21 Spring Mu Festival l,1Z1 Annual Stall l, Z. Nad S... J. ay sie 'N ri sd 45' mf' KAMPMANN, KAY "The m ission of art is to rcprcstnt nature not to imitate hor." Girl! League l--lg Girls' L4-ttc-r Club l-l. Tuuibling 'll-:un i 2, Ji. Pop Club l,Z.'1: Ski Club 1.2,-1: Annual Stuff 1,31 Ilunm Roll 211 F.T..-X. -l. KENNETT, DONNA "Tho dmc! is cL'c1'ytliing,' thc fame nothing." Pzipur Slilll' fl: Girl! Lcziguc 1--l toiiiuvr all . Senior Plzix' tl. I':1li-ntShoxx l. 3: DI'2lll'lllllfSJ1 Librzirizin 1, LZ: F. ll. A. l Pi-If Club Jig Olfivm- Girl 4: Nom-ttu 1. Trio 1: Scxtut .iz I-llliinw burg Muric Fuftivixl I-fl. Spring Music lfvwlival 1--lg All- lli-Ll1Cliuir.2.'l: Bxinil l--1 loiliccr 2. J, ll. KING, JOYCE HF07'SIZf1l'Cl.SHlf quiet lrinzl zvhosc 7VUf1U'C ncrfr varies." liiiti-in-if .11 Gil! L1-11gL1m-IJ.-1. Lljlz, ROBEIZT - 'BOB' .-l young muff who 11111-S1115 is be ttfr than our u'lfoti1rnS puff." 12.4 lk 51.12. ,. Bifvr' l"wQf'i'111 .1,1 n 2. lifir.-' 1.1111-i'CiL1?vJ. 1. SIL, Ciul J. Q l..b iifburg Blu: - l"vft.x1il21Sii1'.ii, fllufii' lk--1ix.ii J, l' utllzill 1.1. l, Bn, f-bull Illginzigi-r 2, HUNTER, ANITA tBeauty lives zrith l:indncs.s." Girls' League l-41 Talent Show 1-4. Librarian ig Tumbling Team 2, iig Pup Club 1, Z5 Suxlct 1. 1.21. Elleniburg Mufit- I-'eff tival 1-31 Spring Music Feftival 1-,xg All-High Choir -L. JONES, GENE Take Iijc too seriously-and u-hat is it worth?" Entered from Connoll, Washington 2. Boys' Fcrleratinn 2.5391 Baseball -1g Babkctball 2: Honor llull Iig Intramural Basketball fn S. Joims, JERRY Good humor is always a success." Boys' Federation 1-4 lofficcr Lljg Boys' Letter Club 1441 Ski Club 1-41 Football 1-45 Boxing 1-4g Track 1-4. JONES, LAWRENCE - "SMOKEY" 'I would rather do and not promise, than promise and not do." Student Council 4g Boys' Federation 1-'lg Boys' Lottcr Club JJ, 4g Junior Play 35 Senior Play 45 Ellcnsburg Music Festival Z3 Football 1, 41 Basketball 1-4g Track 3,4g ASB Olficvr -l tstagu manager 47. IXIOORE, MAIQILYN f "HI-:N1iY" "Youth it-iiliozci faith is like a day without sun." Sturln-nl C-iunvil 11 Paper Stall' Ii. Girls' League 1-4: Talent Slum 1- l. Stuilent Crmiileivnev -ig Girls' Letter Cluli Z, 3.4: Ninn-Ile 51.-11 Soxti-I 1.2: Iillensliurg Music Festival 1-4. hprinu Musiv I-R fliviil 1'-11 All-l1igliCliuir:3,41 Honor Roll ...AL Bunii 1--1iivi'i-siilvnl-ll: F.'l',A, 4. 1lll'lil1.'XY, liAIl10N.X - 'MONA' "Life ix of Iifih i-alia zwlcss it can bc cozzsccratcd by duty," llliQfr'I'511llI 1. li.: I-' 1,1-zegiii' 1-1 vluniiir Plzij: .ig Si-nifmr Plzix 3 'li1iiiii15i3iv. 1.1. 1 'l'lu-siiiiins 1. l..lil'1iI'lllll L..i, 5. Pep Ciiilii 3. 1111. -1 12:1 E liili-nfiiiirg Mus. l"slLX.1l.-fi llillliw' 1111.1 ,, Nl..'il., ,l1.lLllY "ffl fi ifcllrf 117' rr 'f -"fl un Juni fx fu ffflrf fI0,fL iff! ini' if Y.. . ' .. vii 1' i.i1, C..i-- lrii, lf f "i1,i3i"l'i.' 'Q 1 lC.:.-' 1 - 'M' - in ' , , - 1 if - 11,.- li: 1 1 xi Nijxl., il:..'-fx ., if M4 'f, friiflfjff'fliL.7f'lj'l" 1- 1 f E51 1 ' -2, Xu- Iwi Txxi-nlj:-t-iglzl 1x1.xNi:ING, JILL 'hllodrsfy is cz dZfwo,fr1.fflmg to ffmalc bfautyf' :tui.eniCi'un1'il .2.Q.CL:is- Otfiii-rL3.Gir1s' Ligigui 1-1 1-iii. fm r .Ja Tal:-ni :li-1'-s l-i.51LiiiviiiCiinIi11-vi i'i, 1. Pi-if Clizii 1-4 lim,-siiln-nt JJ. N41FlL'l1L'J. ight-xii-1 1, 1: lillunsliurz Musii- l"wt1x'Fil 1--1: Spring Musii' F1--livzil 1-11: All-High Cii fir 4, Annual :taxi .Z. .i, -1 lluyuulciiitui'.ij1 Iiwnnr Rell 2. .i.-1: lfiwnzivemiziiiq Princi-sf -1: 5l!fII'lS!i1Ll.I'l.r Day Prineess 4: .-Xnnuul CwnIi-1'L-nu- .13 F.T.A, 4. N.-G1iI:LXl', KENXIL'1'li "Siltncc is mort CIOQ2lfllt Ufaiz it-ordsf' Biivs' lfeiir-iwitiiiii 1-11. lNIeKITlilCli, sul Hllappimss sccms made to bc slzarvdf' Girls' League 1--lg Tzilunt Slmw 2,2S, 41 Student Cunlereneu Song Lemler 2. Ii. -lg Pep Club 1-4g Sl-qi Club 1,2,4g Nnnettu 4 is .i -11 Elly-nsliurgg Music Festival 1--ig Spring Musir Festival 1- Ali-Higli Choir 4,41 Annual Smit' 2, .iq All-High Queen 4. MQPHEE, JANICE - "JANI" :A To a young heart everything is fun." Class Officer 43 Girls' League 1-4 Cofficcr 4lg Talent Show 1--lg Student Conference 4g Pep Club 1-4 loificcr 2, 3, 41g Office Girl 4g Nonette 3,45 Sextet 1,2g Ellcnsburg Music Festival 1-4. Spring Music Festival 1, Zg Annual Staff 1,2,3 Honor Roll 4. -J NJ 3 eff f PLATT, SYLVIA -'SHORTY' 'Fun gives you a hug and shakes laughter out of you." Paper Staff 1-515 Girls' League 1-4 lofficer 41: Junior Play 33. Senior Play 43 Girls' Letter Club 4g Librarian 1-33 F. H. A. lg Pep Club 1-21 Office Girl 3-4. Ellensburg Music Festival 1,2, 4g Spring Music Festival 1, 2,4g All-High Choir 43 Annual Staff 1-4 tlayout editor 41g Honor Roll 2-4g F. T. A. 4 tofficcr 41. RICARD, LORETTA - "LORI" ' True gladncss does not have to speak." Girls' League 1-43 Dramatics 2, 3g Pep Club 1-4 tofficer 231g Ellensburg Music Festival 1,2,4z Spring Music Festival 1,2g Banfl 4. RICHARDSON, BRYCE 'Happy opinions are the wine of the heart." Entered from Yakima 33 Student Council 43 ASB Officer 45 Paper Staff 3,4 leditor 415 Boys' Federation 3,45 Junior Play 4 L51 Senior Play 45 Ellensburg Music Festival 3,45 Spring Music Festival 3, 43 All-High Choir 3,4g Football 33 F. T. A. 4. RICHARDSON, LaWAYNE - 'WAYNE' 'Heroes are a mischievous race." Student Council 43 Class Officer 15 Boys' Federation 1-4 tofficer 311 Boys' Letter Club 2, 35,4g tpresidcnt 41g Football 1-4 tlnspirational Award 41: Basketball 1-4g Track 2, 3,4. OSBOHN, KENNETH - "OZ' "Opportunity comes to all u-ho u'ork hard and wish." Boys' Federation 1-4. PENNEY, ROBERT - 'BOB' 'His laugh, full of life, zcithout any control." Class Officer 4g Boys' Federation 1-45 Talent Show13,4g Drairaties 254 Fire Committee 1, 2g Boys' Letter Club 2, 13,4 Ellensburg Music Festival 1-4: Spring Music Festival 1-4g All-High Choir 3, 45 Annual Staff 1-4 ladvertising manager 41g Honor Roll 2,3, 4: Basketball Manager 1,2g Band 1-4 tawarii committee 41. y PHILLIPS, HELEN 1 . 'The busy have no time for anything but happirwssf' Student Council 4g Paper Staff 29 Girls' League 1-43 Talent Show2-4g Dramatics Zig Student Conference 2,4g Girls' Let- ter Club l-4 lofficer 2-5113 Song Leader 4g Majorette 2, -Lg Pep Club 1, 4g Office Girl Lip Nonette 2-4g Ellensburg Music Festival 1-43 Spring Music Festival 1-4g Annual Staff 1-4 lcopy editor 3, subscription editor 41g Honor Roll 2-4g ASB Officer 4 ttrcasurer 41. PIERCY, WILODYNE - "W'lL' "E'nthus1k1sm is contagious." Paper Staff 3g Girls' League 1-4g Talent Show 1-4g Student Conference 43 Song Leader 4g Pep Club 2-4g Office 3-4g Sextette 1-33 Ellensburg Music Festival 1-43 Spring Music Festival 1-4g Annual Staff 2-4g Clarinet Quartette 1. Band 1-4 lofficer 413 All-High Choir 3-4. ' 3- IP' S1-IATTIICR, CAIIOLE I my "I hfwc a heart zrfflv room for fury j0y." XXX C1u1,1-lg:1.:C,L1E, .. 2: 011141 Cv11'I I',IIL'11r1Il11', 31:1-.1 I-H f tual 1-g,:g11'1u, IXILI-1-' ' ST. M.-XIITIN, JIM 1 I-1-fl1x.1l 1.3. 'Ltliljjff 1111111711 ff'w'ff.7 If! fflfw ff-ffl ymy .1 1.1.1, IZ.. . . . SIUXIL, JUYCI. TM 511101 'vf .11-H I 1 .11..x5.I. 1 wgf Int' I':111't Iffwfx , 'ff 1 ff X f 1iIC11,X1i1JbUN, NIR' K -Ill "1"f'f'f MIN fly, ,, HM .J1fff,7ffm uf HH f fm' JK. 11-1 ,311 ff 1 f1'lff . .1 If '11 'lf I 'fwfr Wu, fn' 1f.f1 Lrn- .11.Y,1, -,C.g1-- 021. -- L3 . .- 1.1gI-.' . 1 11. Lx' 1p-111':. I'1l.,. , :I-ux'11'?E11. 1, 11' 11 CQ .UIQ- QVIII LII 'i5,1:, INK..-, IV f1:'.':11 .. L. 11.11- My-. I' vi,- '..1L V . 4, .XJ-11..,.. C' 1.1 .L .Xnm1111r111.: 511fuX.:1.f.- Lux..- ,1II. bII.XI"I'Qli, VIIQHKY - 'fII.-XV' "Tn 121-q Zmylq, If A ,f1crx,wrf'y In UPF SIOu'Iy." 51L11Iv'UlCw11!l.'1I Q. .X:B 011.111 1' 1 11111.-1m',-f 1'lI11lLg11'I.CIL1:f 011111-1' J. B1 vs' IV-11+11'111w11 1- 1, LIL1111'l1' I1111x'.1.:v:1.1f1' P1115 -9: TI1x'b1+:1l1lr 1. IJI'1lI1,IlI.1L'r J. Ifm1l11z111 1.2.-1. 5II.VIiS'I'IlI, IJULUHICS "II is flu! soul Um! nzalpfs Um body rich." Gxrlb' I.--uguw 1-4. F. ILA, 11011111-1' lj. I311iwCIL1IJ 4: E.1L-nb bury AILIFIL' Fcxlxxzxi I,2,'I15j1l'il'Igg IKIL1b1u I-'1'ftlx'a1 1.2.-1. Bzmvl I--1. STEVENSON, SYLVIA A KONI' "It is a fricmlly Inart that has plnzty of friends." Gxrlf' LL-zlguc I-4. D1':m111tivb 2,11 I1II1I'LlI'ILIf1 I-113 E111-nshul Music Fc:st1vz1I Z1 Sprmg Musia' Fubtivul I: IIOFIOI' R011 253 F.T.A. -1 Iofficcr 41. in H 'O' 'hd 'Z' TURNBULL, JERRY "A frirndship that makes the least noise is 'very often the best." Boys' Federation l-4. Urzic, ED "Friendship buys fricndslzip." Entered from Seattle 4: Boys' I-'L-111-ration 41 Intramural Basketball 4. WALTERS, ANNETTV if To God, thy country, and thy frirnd bc true." Entered from Wapato 2: Class Officer 41 Girls' League 2-4 lofficer 411 Talent Sliow 31 Pep Club-1: Sextettc 133 Ellensburg Music Festival 3: Spring Music Festival LJ, 4: All-High Choir 15,4 tofficer IJ, 43. WALTERS, JERRY "When in God thou belicvest, ncar God thou will certainly bc." Entered from Wapato 25 Boys' Federation 2-4. u u 41 svvfxx, BENNIE Fen' things arc iznpossiblc to diligence and Skill." Boys' Fecleration 1--it Junmr Play Zig Tumbling Team 1-2: Slpi Club 4. TERRELL, Tom "An honest heart possesses a Kingdom." Stuilent Council 1, 43, 4: Class Officer 1, 3 lpresiflent 17 ASB Officer 4 tvicc-presidentjg Junior Play 3g Senior Play 4: Boys Federation 1-4g Thespians 55,41 Drarnatics 3,41 Student Con- ference 1, ii, 4: Assembly Committee 4g Boys' Letter Club 2,3 4 lofficer 435 Tumbling Team 2i Football 1-4 Qcaptain -ll: Bas- ketball 1-41 Trace 2, 3, 4: Annual Staff 4g Boys' State 31 All- High King 4: Safety Conference 51,41 F. T. A. 4. TESTER, VELMA - 'GRADY' Have friends not for the salsa of receiving but for giving." Paper Staff Zig Girls' League 1--1: Junior Play Jig Senior Play 4g Thespians .5-45 Dramatif-s 351 Student Conference Ji: Girls' Letter Club 1-4 tofficer 2-431 Turnliling Team 2-Ji: Office Girl :J-4g Iillerfsburg Musie Festival 15 Spring Music Festi- val lg P.S.S. P. Conference .31 Teen Talk Correspondent 45 Honor Roll IJ. TOLLE, TED Gentlencss succeeds better than violence." Boys' Federation 1-4g Fire Committee 2g Student Bus Driver 4. HALE, MODEAN "Her ways are ways of plcasantness, and all her paths are peace." Entered 45 Girls' League 4. HALE, ROBERT WEBB, RAYMOND - 'RAY' "Good humor is thc szuzshinc of the mind." ball Z, -1: Baseball 2, 55, -1. WILSON, DON - 'BUTCH' Politezzcss costs nothing and gains cL'erythz'ng." Class Officer l,3,-1: Fire C -mzrittee 4: Football 1 kt-tball 1-4g Track lg Annual Staff 1. "Camera Shy" Seniors LOWERY, LECIA "Gentler1css and kindness "'ill make our world paradise." Entered from Winnfielcl, L MATTHEWS, KEITH "He who sings frightens au J his ills." "An honest man is respected by all parties." Entered 43 Boys' Federation 4. Entered 4g Boys' Federation 4. ufelve eat .ftudenu ,Rana 4, Girls' League 4. Boys' FK'flL'l'l1tlfJll 1-43 Junwr Play Jig Semor Play 41 Drama ties 2i,4g Boys' Letter Clul12,.5,-11 Football 1, 3,41 Basket- -4 Cl Bas put to pteaent.. . The semors of 1955 have been an ac twe group smce the1r grade school days Twenty seven of them have been school compamons smce the flrst grade Among the accomphshments of thls group wh1le stlll ln grade school were two successful operettas Top of the World" and Klng KoKo a puppet show Naches Lona Get Acquamted Dance box soclals sprmg pageants talent shows dances and an elghth grade annual When thls energetlc group entered NVHS they were the largest group to date Durmg the1r four year span they have made an envlable record The semors have sponsored and partlcxpated 1n many actxvltles mcludlng hay rldes carolmg partxes plcmcs dances and skxts Th1s class also presented two successlul plays You Can t Klss Carolme' and G1rl Crazy The ASB Dr1ve was won by thls class both as freshmen and sen1ors Durmg the1r Jumor year thls group gave a successful Jumor-Semor Prom Stran ger ID Paradlse As the class of 55 leaves NVHS they leave behlnd four years well spent and take wlth them many memorles Thlrty tour ld-IM 9? Pxctured aboxe top to bottom Semor corner at the All Hlgh Dance Senmors at party alter Gxrl Crazy' seems from thc. Semor Class Partv held m the MLl1tlIJUTpObL Room UIIIOT Flay Seated S Anglm secretary S Sxmmons presxdent J Cooper bocxalchalrman Standmg G Olson vnce presxdent Mrs Strand Mr Borck advlsors D Llebert soc1alcha.1rman Led by Presulent Sylv1a Sunn ons and advxsed by Mrs Strand and Mr Borck the jumors completed a busy year xg 1 S y th umm la a food sale the entry ol a float ln the Sportsma.n's Day Parade, and the BJ P 5 Jumor Semor Prom Much hard work, under the supervlslon of Banquet Chamrman Jamce Buyan and Dance Chzurman Sylv1a Anghn, was put 1nto orgamzxng the Prom the fxual h ld farewell g1ft to thc graduates The last socxal event ofthe year was a class plcmc e 1n the sprmg Jumor Play Cast Prom Commlttee Chalrmen Thxrty fxve ,, . O at l ' ' - . H' h1'ght of the ear were a caroling party at Christmas, f is x.A1K.f 1 lf' Q.. fv? gf I x-.X 95. gs. 5.5 K I Y 1 - 1 - 1 -3 "" gn, ' I ' 'si XX s' - VA 'Q 45' N ls. V wx Jufix A. lun Sa lawn Anglln Hu: .un CQ!! l111'..:Cff.-E11':1u. NIIFE I1r'1x Ii' ' v 'I':'f".' 1yr"'-rv Hwgn-:' Ilzzrxfhwe. 111,-l :Will .L II.1:'i Iithul lhaulm rN1llI". Hu.-::.:u. Thirty -Hx EQ lL .Q s ii VX l It '23 'sf Swv 2 'SSA .gy R '3 G .-. X F, 1J:1x'1NE Buruf JL'LlI1 Cnmlfml' Hwy! 19111 :nur Ilxxrlgx UA L ti' KS. .Ek-3-ly. uniot .4 G 'W ,T fw- "Qs:-X C. .N A wg v--7 419 ff SI111'l--'J llmm- l,11'x'lI1x Lrfrrvll IIA-unzzxw 1!:11'l1:uv1' .I:111nL- Iil4w1.?11u:L'1 f 1 F'-by Yr y. xx"'1 r, 5, l New fifz, XA au- Q' . Vin vw' .Il Wzlllvl' I-,llur Iluurm flallgrz-'W Shzaxwn Huy .- high-li.l1x Barbara Lconar-2 Darrel Linbcrt liayc N- irrlbur: Dv,-nny Hcifl Sylvia 5lI71HI'JI1r --.. assay fm: : v 'S.... l K 41 2 4uwg,,,, .,- I, Mfg Q kv xlx '37, Q. cv! 'sf Eilu n O-'Hun Efl lic-yrwlil: Nani-r Sraniiclfl V, DQlbe1't Lusk Gary Olsf-n Sara Hlimnn Warren Stillwaugli Dcluruf Van Horn 4 jf ,L+ .1 'Z ,. xi -. x "fx :Hi ""' u Q ' w, ... 5 ibxxaxb' w 'NX4 F sr-xl X A, .. is CT' ,X 1-1 gi 5.11: ,V , s. ' ' 'fsfr' I fx '? f., i k - X V "" 1' -T 2. fi? 1956 A Q Louise Mcloy Barbara Mitchell Ken Olson Jean Penney Dorothy Hivwalcl Neil Saclenwasscr Jan Tomlinson Mary Thomas Bill Von Essen Jim Von Esscn fs n- 3 2 1 lx, 3 ' A -Fx -X Ja, np AL., -1-1-, it . f ' Li 'lf' I s , fx , A J' , 'Q g 1 Q 5 Yi, T -T. l ' . 4"' Terry Murely Gcorgc- liccfl Sherman Svhreibcr Cato Tulle Loucllu Yarbrough ix 1 7f'N gr... .-'N in G I N", I In 2 W "S- 5'--Q J 2 7 , f, f 4-T 3 .S .. 'R' 1:- I f , X Thirty-seven fophomore: 61455 o 5 7 Seated J Eucltbon btrgeant at arms M Exans -.trrttaxy J Matoon pubx rlent L Robbins treasurer Standmg Mr Walker 2lilVlbOl L Vorrath btlotant at armb L Moon eomal chaxrman J Van De Brakt VILG presulent J Buyan eotxalthaxr man Mr Graham adv1sor The class of Q7 beffan a euneebbful year by eleetlng Jon Matoon to relgn as presldent I Carrol Walker and Mr Don Graham served as advxbors to the group bporteman 5 Dax Paraole Othex aeuutxes were a bltatumg party, a dance, a clash hay r1de a food sale and 1 class DICHIC at the end ofthe year Flont row R Franelb A Bextbeh L Edmondson S Doshler P Connelly L Elllson L Cooper J Daxlev Second rovs J F1fe A Ford M Evans J Buyan E Angel J Clark Y Brovmell M Brlskev R Carrell Thlrd row R Fmesz J Bransford R Frueh J Brevmeyer J Breymeyer D Abhbrooks D Derby fy R MQ7- lhxrtx ugh! f ' n , ,. qs' 12 . 'Q " , 4' x ' .Z . v 51, :pu x -v: ' Y fn"- ' 9 . ' 3 - ' : , " " , " 'Q . , "W" 4: - . ' .' S ' 'xy ,h - . Z ' , 4 5. H . - Q - , ' - .. Ir . , ,.. , - - ' .. D . M-. 1 - . v i. '- 3 . One of the main events of the year was the entering of a prize-winning float in the ' W l' r r - w ' 1' ' ' 1 f ff ' f ' ., ' - . 7 , 1. I ' I ' ' . ' 1. ,. ',. ,.',. ,.Av 1" 'I . ' , A . , . J, . ' , . , . ', . , . ' ' V, . . A 'I . . , . , . 1 , . H , . , . ' ' , . V'- 1 ,. 4-X Y Front row S Jones D Johnston K Mulov E Go1dsm1th D Knlchrehm C Lowman N Kollcv M Jonas H I dank V GI on M McNamara R Long B Monson J Lowman D Gflffln J ax L Moon Second row Us 1 J Mttoon J HOIFUIJ P Mxller E Garber Thxrd row J Horrell D Mlller B Merseleau R McDona.lc a Front row A Sorensen M Reese A Watson B Young B Whybark R Sllvestrx L Vorrath Second row Th d ow A M S l I Pratt B Shlrlcv E ODL11 C Slavcns G Scrxhncr S Reynolds D Tollc. xr r ancers Wncland O Yatns M Reynolds T Powell J Van De Brake J Shafer J Rlchardson 1 h rtv nxne ,iT , . . , . , . U , . , . , . , . , , . , x 3 S . ' '- - 4 ' x . . . . , , . , . , . , . , . , . , . . . . , . , . , . , . , . , - Y W. Gerard. . x 1 X Q " 1 ' . . . , . , . , . , . , . , . . . . ' ' , , ' , ' 1. . ., . , . M , . , . , . , . , . . . . I x 1 ' t ' , . , . , . , . , . , . . ..x '- ' 7"ze5Amen flu: 0 58 S1 .md B Revnold s1.rg.,1..1nt:1tarms B Dolhvrr slr 1 ml ll arn s R Knapp trf..1suu1 R Kauzlarxeh prtsldent S Olson secretary G Lounsbuxy vnec presnknt Standmg, Mr FrankDemchuek and Mxss Betty Cowan advlsors The larvest freshman class IU the hlstory of NVHS began 1ts year by electmg Joe v1so1 s F1rst event of the year was the 1n1t1at1on Later aet1v1t1es melucled a Sportsman s Day float, decorat1on of a corner at the All H1gh Dame, a Iood sale and a eh111 tend The class ended the year w1th the dass DILUIC Front row R Dean V Ayers B Gerard K. Coatney M Bogle B Ball B Cawthron J Gervaxs R Dean Second row A Cameron B Brlseoe B Cameron S Glaspey A. Anderson B Dollner, P Estes B Anduson S Boyd Thxrd row J Flsher J Blrge B Breshears D Dormaler F Flfe M Frueh G Doeseher L Gnesham L Dukes IIN 0 0 Q 5 ' ' - Q - gil 1 1:9 . , x" ' ' Y: . ' D . . . . Kauzlarieh president. Miss Betty Cowan and Mr. Frank Demchuek were chosen as ad- - ' 1 . ' x , ' ' 'Ju . m M' I 1 1 1 ' 1 ' 2 . , . , . , , . , . , . , . ' , . . " : . , . ' , . , . ' , , . " . , . "' . . ' : . ' , . ' , . , . ' , . ' , . , . , . Front row S Olson J Mauclhn N Hanshew D Hayes A Orr D Jacobson E Johnson B McNau1 Second row M MtGrew L Morgan E O'De11 J Morley J Lyons F Kxme H Jackson D Matthes Th1rdroxx N Keep D Jones B Jones R Kauzlarmh M Hudson T Kohl G Humphery B Lee row L Voorh1es M Wood J Schut L Smlth E Stevenson T Prultt D Wort M Tolle, I'h1rci row G Mcrscreau G Snelsen R Trembly K Shgar D Connley J Sanders D Meloy T Seward G Lounsbury Fourth row R Knapp J Rlcarfl B Reynolds D Stark C Sxmmons M Tappe AMaza N Smlth S Mchmzt I Yates Fortx one Front row: D. Watson, C. Stillwaugh, P. Richardson, J. Sheffield, I. Searcy, C. Watson, J. Wacldington. Second mqwgauww -Q .9 K Ojfzceu In the sp: mg, ol '04 nlnc JUHIOI 5 warn Llrutenl to suvr is ASB Off1t.Llb lox the Lomlng Hclgn Phllllpe, ugasurer Jc,r1y Slmlez lJl1blHBSSl11f1Y1lgLI' A11ecn Anglln advcrtlmng manager Lawrance Jomb stalf manignr G1 eta Huuttnu annual Ldltor Bryce Rmharclbon paper edxtox JOANNA TOM JILL Forty four I O I O , . .' ,- ' r' '1' ' ,,., . sl- ,iQ '.,..' . , ' year: Joanna Arncson, prcsiclentg Tom Tcrrcll, vice-prcsiclcntg Jill Manring, sccretaryg ?, .,1, LJ, ,lx X. ',zQxg. ., 4 Q f. 11, ' cn? ., , ,-, m' Z '. - N HELEN JERRY AILEEN LAWRE NCE GRETA BRYCE Forty five ' i, " ,xg-J.-. A' ,A '. Y .' 'M .M,,,. , 14 5 Portx .gtuafent eounclf :tech -get: w tl 2.4 Joanna and Mr Batey Under the capable leadershlp of ASB presulcnt Joanna Arntbon md hu to opuatlxt asmstants another busy and eventful year at NVHS was completto The Student COUHC11 composed of ASB off1cers and thc, presldnnte of the claaeee and clubs 1S an orgamzatmn whose purpose vs to create mtereet 1n ephool act1v1t1es and to make the school a better place m Wh1Ch to bu11d character and Gam knowleooe The most successful project of the year was the sponsorsh1p of a Homecommg the f1rst IH the h1story of NVHS Later m the fall the Councll attended the Student Leaders, Conference held mn Yaklma Other aot1v1t1c's for the year meluded the A11 H1011 Dante Work Day and tht March of Dunes Dr1ve Samui P Htrald S SIHIUIOHS A Anplm D Fenn J Arntbon J Manrmg, H Ph1111pS M Moorr. P Fenner Stamhn Mr Bxtex G Huettmr J hauzlamth J heal VN Rltharcleon J Gaudette J Mattoon F Harlm um 11 hal ie n J Shaicr T Ttrr IX Q as 0 o o ...H . l D 1 X' ' 1'l- X"-VH Q si 1 1' Y 11 X1 , . ' ' , ,.' , . ,- . Y . . . . . W. ii 1 , . . E D' Y . . . . . x Ji . . . x.,. . D 1 -. 5 . . D , r A . . , . 1: E It. 1 Y. xx .1 .. A - y A, . , . , . , . , . , . , . . w, ,W , , 3 , .h . . . br - 1 ,, - ,. ,. , . . ,. ,. ,. g B. it"'t 11, , f, , - 011, ezvlff IV? My year Loyal co operatlon and frxendly feelmg among the g1rls of NVHS have been made poss1b1e through the earnest effort of the G1rls' League Aslde from the regular meetmgs four socxal events were sponsored by the League Fmrst of these was the B1g L1ttle Sxster Party held IH the fall The glrls largest socxal undertakmg was the Candy Cane Cot1ll1on the Chrlstmas Formal The annual Tw1rp Week and T010 Carmval Capers were year was the Mothers Tea held IH May PICK DEL The Boys Federatlon was ably gulded through a busv year by Presxdent Plc' Harlmgton and Mr Bateg adusor The Federat1on a SSFVICG orgamzatlon furmshed boys to patrol the football bas ketball and baseball games helped ereet the new football bleachers assxsted w1th pep assembhes and donated S100 for the nhxrlpool purchased for the athletxc department of school P Fewel P Harlmgton J Jones J Ewans Seated Iv Bom A Walters D Fenn D Kennett IN Rxchard on Standmg J McPhee Mrs Russell S Platt D Johnston Forty seven .9 ' X , . . , . T . 9 ' . J ' ' .Q . . - . . V . i 7, V. . ' 5 I - ll - - vw - 1 , - D 7 ' V' ' 7 1 4. 1 ' 7 7 ." 1' - iv - V A , , , sponsored by the League. Final event of the ' g ' X f ' . 1 Q , ' . , fi if . .. ' vu , '. 5 . ' : . , , ' TVQ , A ww V Standing: Sylvia Platt, Helen Phillips, Lenra Iluhliiiis, Dona Johnston. Janice Klocighaiiiiiicr, Phyllis Herald, Jean Pcnnuy. Joanna Arnuson, Sue Dake, Miss. Cowan. Kiivcliiig: ltlnrlvnu Evans, Kay K1llI.lJlll1lll, B:ii'li:li':1l,l-onuiwl, Marilyn Tc-stc1'. -V 210102 Ozganlgatlond ctwe Led by President Wayne Richardson, the Boys' Letter Club, a service organization participated in many activities during the year The club took an active part in Naches fu st homecoming, sponsored dances and smokers dui ing the winter, and helped the different sports by selling used equipment at low prices The boys take it upon them selves to maintain order and neatness in the halls and on the grounds Under the leadership of President Phyllis Herald the Girls' Letter Club completed a successful year and donated S100 to football lights The girls held sports turnouts, sold hotdogs and coffee at football games and had a softball team in the spring Elected vice president was Jean Penney, with Velma Tester, point chairman Del Fcnn secretary treasurer and Miss Cowan, ad visor ll xm imnl i 1 1 leti lui lniull ttimllzx titisuin Forts Light 0 0 I A 0 7 9 ' ' Y . . ' 1 , , . . ' - ' ' ' - 1 ' Y 5 v Gold 'N' ClL iOlIluvrs: Mr. Jzilgm- IS-iiwla. il.YlN1l'. Pit-A llzirlingt-rn. social c-liairiiixlnz X Jon- li 'z s. View-pi'i-H' l- 1 XY: yin- liivliuiwls In. i iws' l -i t, zz "'- :"- "r. ltluoro, DL-1 l"vnn, l,1nsl:iMoui'c, VUlIlld It Left to right: N. Boyd, D. Kennett, P. Herald. S. Platt, N. Richardson, K. Howatt, Mr. Batey, N. Dellinger, L. Hohner, V. Tester, W. Piercy, J. Penney D. Kauzlarieh J, Arneson. zlzazzans Under the leadershxp of Mrs Rose Palm qu1st, school hbrarxan, the hbrary staff per formed V21I1Ol1S dut1es throughout the year These meluded workmg at the desk, checkmg bookb, f111ng magazmes, repzurmg and shelx mg books and helpmg students fmd 1equ1rcd lnformatlon t O' me Gul: A large group 01 Jumor and semor g1r1s performed the var1ouS LlUt1Cb of offme g1r1 durlng the past 3631 The gulb are unde1 the supe1v1b1on of M1 Rub:-ell .md M1 Batey Some oi 111011 duueb 1111,1u11ed taldnv IO anbwermg the phone, n.u,t1ng SHILSIULU, and deposmng money tto Il ll 1 lXlLll 1 Jaeoh on L 1 um UITNTX 7 HAI ll 1 1u1 I n up Vvatbon X B 1111 Forty nme Fxontlovl B Pennex Burnett E ans T Terrell llll 4 S erqnnlxoxk lN B0'x1l D Platt J Manrmg, M. Muffin D hennett Th1rdro1x J Arneson G Huettner S btuenson An l1n lx lx1np111ann D I-'enn J McPhee lN11s Ros Palmqurst B Ileharc on dyj0ll The newly orgamzed Future Teaehers of A111er1ea Club had a suceessful year The members alded wxth commumty and sehool affaxrs They attended grade school and h1gh school classes to observe and help the tea chers mth the1r dut1es These expemences help d the members learn more about the te'1eh1nO professwn The elub chose the name The Rose Palmqulst Cl1.1pte1 , IU hono1 ol Mrs Pal 1 qulst who was mstlumental ln olffanlmng, he UIOUD Mr C C Walker served as eo adx 1sor The olf1ee1 s were p1es1c1ent Bob Bur nett v1ee presxdent Bob Penney see1e eh:111n1.1n Jam e MePhee andh1sto11.1n gvlvl 1 Platt .-.r ,..-1 anaf 19 I2 em Th1s year the Pep Club, adxlsed by M1 s. Paula Thon a .mn led by p1 esn ent Peggy Fenner DOUSO1 ed the Football Banquet, purchased new un1fo1111s, an 1 dl ew up 1 new eonst1tut1on The club also old pop corn 11 home games and rnareheo at half tune of the bas l etball ffames htty ull 4 x T1 110 Melx e111 31 1 I N1 N L Vs ilu! NI1r11111 l 1 lu 1111 R11 mug Ilk 1 1 1n Pr nnnx -Xxneso u1l111 1 B inf U N11 P 1ul 1 They I H11:1ipl11'y. . i' is . B. . A, l l'.lIL1r 121111. A - Lf' ' . '. H' . , , I Y. . V'. . f .X L M . g' , '. 'L '1 , . ' ' . Q A 1 f , Z, ' ' T ll I Q n o 2 1 ' 1 ' 1 1' 1 y -Lf' -. ., . 1 L H5. 1 , . .1-1 1 ' ' ' ' 1, A , s 5 'A 1 . ' . . ' 3 ' 1 - il 1 :K " ' ' . ' : L: 1 1 D . 1 , -1 1- . ' 5 1' . Q D . 1 1 -, 1 1 1 ' . . . ' . ' . !X- ' 1 , v - ' u A ' wb 'v ' -t , -- A -, -1 , 4 . - D . . . . , ' ' '- 1 v v 1 1 -' ls 7 - 1 - I J, X'- Y- X 1 - , , M7 tary-treasurer, Sylvia Stevensong program . U. . A 'f-. 1 su. '- V ,H 1 V 1 1 7 1 J 'z ' . F11 I 1' wg D. f'lX'L':ll'l. B1,", "lll'lL':4.. VN. P1-'-.H.Il1lll1:.P. 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Song Leaders Yell Leaders Boo st Pep at Naches Valley Hlgh Sue Helen JLLl1L and Wllodyne School The pep ol the student body was g1ven a boost durmg the sport season by the combmed efforts of the yell squads and the song leaders The classes were well represented at all sports events by the f1ve semors two Jumo s two sophomores and one freshman who composed the corps of our pep program Pep was the by word of the yell squads Jamce and Jack1e Buyan and Sharon Hayes for lootball season and Joanna Arneson Peggy Fenner and Lmda Smxth for basketball season The muslcal part of the student body part1c1pat1on was ably led by our four song leaders Helen Ph1ll1ps Wlloclyne P181 cy Julle Erlckson and Sue MCKltF1Ck JKHICG and JHCKIG Joanna, Lmda and Peggy -E' Lag 4,7 Flftx on lf... ... 0 l l 'l ' n . a lr ' s , . ' s .. . I.. . . .. 7 1 - Front row S S1l'llIllOI'lS B Vlfhybark L Edmondson S Platt N EDITORS AND ADVISOR Boyd J Manrmg Steond row J Clark M Brxbkey J Arneeon SNIVIH Greta and Mr Clark Vt Pmrey S Reynolda Th1rd row D Vlart S Anglln N Rlehardbon J Buvan H Phmllxps Fourth rovs L Moore, A Anglm Y B1Ownell D Fenn P Fenner Back row Mr Clark T Tcrlcll S Humann Vt Eller B Burnett B Penney 1-Qecozd ed Lg the pzoneez A la1 gt staff led by a capable edltor, Greta Huettner, .ind adueed by Mr Clark com plcted a busv Vear wh1le produemg the 1900 PIONEER O1 lglllil student wO1k was lound throuffhout the book both IH the a1t and photoffraphy The staff purehabed a new eamera, and remo leled the annual room 1Or INOIL eonvement mn' mg cond1t1Ons Suen staff n1e11be1S attendec the Annual COI1fG1 ence 1U Seattle The Staff was also 16 D1 cbented at the Yak1111a Student Leane1 COn1e1enee Annuil Ant1c5 tl1e All Hlgh Talent Dhou helo 1n the 51111110 nas .lgzun 5pOn1Ored bx the Pxoneel St tlf ART AND LAYOUT PHOTOGRAPHY BUSINESS AND ADVERTISING Sylvla and Del Jerry Bob Helen and Nexa Jo lr mx two 1. , . 5 , . , - 1 - , - ,, . 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Y . : EDITORS AIND ADVISOR D Reed S Rhoton S Doble S Sxmlnons J Penney S pepotteaf Ly the anger keweur Under the leadershlp of ed1tor Bryce R chardson and adv1sor Robert Lee 'Doc' Wolf the Ranger Rev1ew Staff made up of volunteers from the Jumor language arts class publlshed a weekly paper and su eral specxal ed1t1ons Among the addmons to the staff were a new muneograph machme and a sports ed1tor D1Ck Doescher Karon How att f1lled the roll of exchange edltor To add to the bplllt of Chrlstmas the staff set up and decorated a tree 1n the hall of NVHS TYPING MIMEOGRAPHING STENCILLING Barbara and Delores Donna and Barbara B111 Ted and Mxke Flfty three . '. ' L 0 "4 5 ' . ' Al ex v 1 1 A X , 11 y r A , 1 - , 1 , - "Doc", Karon, Dick and Bryce Anglin, J. Cooper, M. Kelley. o . . i . , , 9 ' 9 s I . . . 9 3 I . . i Y V . . . 7 . I' u V I - J , . ,QL QFSS II Left to right: T. Powell, S. Olson, C. Walker, J. Cooper, D. Doescher, K. McGrew, B. Lee, J. Cooper, B. Reynolds, B. Shirley, S. Reynolds, K. Olson. .filers and Tiespzans fntiusuzstzc The Naches Hlgh School Skx Club began IIS year w1th a tr1p to Morse Creek the last week end m November Almost every weekend fol lowxng members could be found skung at the Amerxcan R1ver Sk1 Bowl The actlve members also went on two overmght trlps to Amerlcan R1ver Mlss Betty Cowan and Mr Carrol Walker were advlsors of the group From row K Platt J Arncson S blITlIll0l'lb C Lovxman R Murray L 11 ll uough L Cooper R S1lwssl11 S1 n ond xovn D lxennetl V G1l1son L P tnnu D FL nn H1 wall N Stanlull G Huettnu X 1 1 ll 1 1 no ls r 1 mln l rx' lhe Thesp1an Troup 703 of Naches H1gh School grew thls year 1n number and sp1r1t The Junlor and semor plays, and the Chrxstmas and Easter programs added members to the group Another act1v1ty of the Troup was the sprmg project, a Chlldren s Theater, at wh1ch Jack and the Beanstalk was presented The Thesp1ans have done much to enr1ch apprec1at1on of dramat1cs 0 O Q Q 1 . ' . . . . . . , . . ,, ,. 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X L-lc, ,ng 4 ,gn 4 Nllfvn, SHUO LXJAILQ OL JXJTIIX mx C Lwaiugn ,,, f J K AJL 'JL' ,cqrlg Orc, ,Nu TL Y 7 Xf, ' f WL' YM!-Q QL ns, Anas :PJ H192 T! C' Q C fx' 1 5 C, ' UJLLC. -JQKSH VC, Lui x, J! Q-iEQ-flLl.Q,F NZ- 55 Q7 2- up A I' IME MQ ffC,.,f'9 5-'gf .V KJ f- VTE X I ' J D "J . J HC' ,U ' , - V fi WC' Nwqfflwr 3 X ff, i U 1 To J Wdgbgfj 191 C L ,ly , gf' P Band Oll1ee1 s 51 and Donna he nnett Dona Band A114111 Con m1ttt1 M1 Donald G1 'xham John ton M.1r1lvn Moore Donna Kauzlameh J1m Man11nf Bob Pennex Bob Bu1 nttt Joanna :Alma 'Xn,,l1n A1 neson L1n1la Moon btand1n Raye Nordber., J1 rry BFQVIHLVLI W1lodx ne Plerex Bob Burnett Rose S1lwestr1 J1m B1 ex meyer Bob Penney fund -nature O.2ydlIl3dfl0llJ The NVHS Band under the d1rcet1on of Mr Donald Graham, made sexual K ue st appearances IH add1t1on to perfornung at all home football and b'1sketb'1ll U'1l'llLb F11 st appearance of the band was at thc Wapato Harvest Festwal They also part1e1pated 1n the Balloon Parade and the annual Sportsman s Dav f6StlV1tl6b Our forty DISCS band also took an act1vc part IH school all'11rs bv playmq at all pep assembhes, spec1al assembhes, and the Talent Show Sprmg events for these mus1e1ans wcle the Ellensburff Mus1e Fe stu 11 1ndthe11 111111 Sprmg Musxe Fest1val F1ont row J Buyan D Kennett S MLK1lF1Clx VN PILICW '1 BIOWHLll R b1lxestr1 B Bu1nttt L R1e11 C Watson li Ph1ll1ps Second row D Kauzlauch S Anglm R Long, M Sande1s M mans B Whxbarlt M Po1r1er D Dwesher J Kauzlar1ch J H rrell J Brexmexer J Arneson L Moon J B1ex11 exer Moore Th1rd row D Wart T Pru1tt D Watson VS Eller D Johnston Mr Graham D SllXt5IX'l L Horner P Herald P Fenner B Penney J Manrmg B Lee R Nordbcrg J Buxan 5 Rexnolds I Lexus S H111111,1nn F1ftw e1ght 34.6, A 1, 1. . 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Under the d1rect1on of Mr Donald Graham the All H1gh Cho1r completed a busy year F1rst appearance of the group was at the Thanksglvlng assembly These muslcxans also sang at the Chmstmas and Easter assembhes Sprmg found th1s select group pract1c1ng for the cho1r competxtxon at the Ellensburg Muslc Festlval and for the1r annual Sprmg Concert All H1gh Cho1r cons1sts of volunteer members who hold thelr pracuces from 8 30 to 9 JO Monday and Thursday mormngs Front row J Tomllnson N Pnchardson S Anghn L Sm1th J Erxchson M Moore G Huettner M Evans D Fenn D Kennett J Manrmg S MCK1tFlCk S Platt Second row W Pxercy M Reese N Boyd J Arneson A Anglm S Glaspy J Buyan L Moore N Hanshew L Edmonson S Sxmmons A Walters R S1lvcstr1 Thlrd row M Wood D Kauzlarlch B Whybark R Dean R Dean E Reynolds D Lusk B Penney K Matthews B Camerson D Wart J Buyan E Ockfen Fourth row Mr Donald Graham D Dormaler S Humann F Harlmgton J Breymeyer J Breymeyer N Sadenwasser B Burnett B R1chardson J Evans P Mxller D Llcbert Flfty nme V- lm .. il v V ' , , -f' x . Z , . 5 - . . . . ' 5 , ' 9 ' ' - , ' - ' 9 ' ' , secretary-treasurer. Q O an O Q I - . . 0 . . .U ' I . ' , . A , . I , 1 . , - . , . , . , . ., Q , . , . ' , . ' ' , . . z . ' , . , . , . , . I , Q y o , n y 1 5 u 3 U - y 1 y n - .1 D : . ' , . ' , . , . , . , . , . , . , . ', . , . , . , . . 1 . , . ' , . , . I ! ' I ' I ' ! ' ! ' D 8 ' ! ' U 7 ' ' BIXIX X3 , , K A v0,V7lV-Jigwv ... , Lxllfvz, I f CV-1 1' Standing lei! to right: Jerry Breymeyer, Boll Burnett, Stan Humann, Floyd Harlinggton. Seated is Mrs. Ethel Phillips, accompanist uattet azmom3e.4.... onette Vocafqes Two much appreciated small ensemble groups at Naches High this past year were the Girls Nonette and the Boys Quartet Both groups participated in the Talent Show tooli pait in school assemblies, entertained at PTA appeared on KIMA TV, sang for xalious valley clubs, and competed in the small ensemble competition held in Yakima in the spl inf' Mrs Ethel Phillips accompanied each of the groups ll O but Mtlxiti itll Jill Nlaniing Jinitt Bux 'ln ltnl'h1ll1 lining Mt P tt on ln lll in Nlof JL 'it Lr J Inna Xint lr' ' ' ' .v .1 n - - - , , v . Q 1 .V . 7 V . 1. . . . A D. . . Lv t right: Ili- ' ' 'p:. KL -' ' ll ' '. Mrs. lilhvl Phillips. :ice ip: isl. lklz "lj . nw. 1. - 7 L,-nson. .-X.lvcr1An4l1ri. oz ' .- ' Aeon. ' nnual -gntlcd NVHS Band Ethel Phxlllps Don Graham B111 Haskett Jun bt Martm Jerry Shafer Nonette Clooney SlStCI'S9 W11odynL J111 Jerry Breymeyer Lylah Hohner Becky Whybark Boys' Quartet Don Vwlson Opemng MUSIC Muslcal Selectlon Harmomca Duet Monologue Mus1ca1 Selectlons Monologue P1ano Duet Sax Solo Monologue Pantomlme Vocal Numbers M C S1Xty one II , II . . . . . . . . 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Q ' ' " 5' ' N ., 55 '- " ' . .4 ,V A r i 1- A 0 f.' uniot efaia pfay Mr Icebox a three act comedy was presented on March ll and 12 by the Jumor class players w1th the help of Thesp1an presl dent Jack Gauclette Jack fllled mn for Pat Fewel who was 111 at the t1me The cast of elghteen was thrected by Mr Robert Lee Wolf ass1sted bv Troy Emmons and Denny Reed The play centered around Penryn Dodd aud 1to1 for the Blade a well known New York news paper Whxle he and h1s wlfe were spend1ng the1r vacatlon a k1dnapp1ng occurred on a ne1gh bor1ng estate and the local sherlff not1f1ed Dodd who phoned the story to the Blade Throughout the play other characters made thclr appearances They mcluded reporters from the Blade reporters from r1val newspapers an F B I agent the mother of the k1dnapped boy her ma1n and a Russ1an spy Many other Junlors worked backstage on such th1ngs as l1ght1ng propert1es make up and stage Settxngs The cast for the product1on was as follows Penryn Dodd Mrs Dodd Perry Brown Wyatt Court Jenny Jones B1ll Plckens Ru ts McGowan Al Vo al Wllllalllb M1 West Mxs Smxth Klatou sky Malcolm Dom lS J an Sh rlff Slot el eepcr Ma ' ed Man Delbert Lusk Nancy Stanf1eld Raye Nordberg Darrel L1ebert Sylvla S1mmons Jack Gaudette Sylvla Anghn George Reed Gary Olson Sh1rley Dob1e Louella Yarbrough Iwe1l Sadenwasser Ed Reynolds Jean Cooper Marv Thomas Davxd Burns Denny Reed Walter Eller S1xty thr ee gacl dnl the eanstafl 5 mx four Thesplan Troupe 703 presented a chlld rens' theater Jack and the Beanstalk Aprll 27 29 The play was presented to all grades ol the grade school and the h1gh school The cast was made up of the Thesp1an troupe of Naehes H1gh School and was under the d1rect1on of Robert Lee Doe Wolf and Velma Tester Cast members were Jael Wldow Rap Havwoocl M3510 Maker Glant Glant s Xlllc Gaxln Mgholes Man 1U the Moon Txb Joan Annot Dlek Doescher Carol Lowman Joe Evans Bob Burnett Jael Gaudette Joanna Arneson Darrel Lmbtrt Ed Rex nolds Tom Tu lell PL FLUHLI 'Nanu btanntlcl Kal on Hou att il. ,VI ll, 7 - - I1 V' UQ' V no s ul l vi VQA . 0- I Harp. . . . . . . .Louella Yarbrough V., A4 fuses :acc ' 4 . 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'67 r 7 La , ,, , ' A, W may fu 6 x 5 9 f' M41 L7 ri ayoff Cl- c es anger d Title Gridiron Game Slate ' " Squires Crew,2 Arrangements were completed Monday for a Yakima Valley championship football game be- tween Naches. coholder of the Northern Division title. and Rich- land, Southern Division champion The game will be played Friday at Richland's Bomber Bowl, start- Last years bouthern, Lnampion:Game Bel A A' Av A ' ' - ' . l ing at 8 p.m. The game is actually a resump- tion of the traditional lntra-Valley rivalry between the two divisions. Rangers Dlhnp Prosser, NORTHERN Wapato ...... Naches ,.... . . Ellensburg .... Marquette Cle Elum Grandview .... Selah ........ Highland .... Toppenish Prosser .,.... . ....,.. NACHES-With Wayne son leading the way Pasco angling for a bid to the an By DICK DILLVIAN Naches Rangers to a 25-0 victory ond and third nual Thanksgiving State ls. Seat , Herald Sports Writer over Marquette last night the Ra tle game, turned thumbs down on ' 1Aided by the finest blocking The win kept the Rangers se- while lit a game with Marquette, Norther n n this season at Squires' Field, curely on top of the Yakima Val- game I winner. The game was propose, ayne Richardson scored three ley Northern Division loop. over for this year by Fran Rish, coach of UChCl-UWII ' ' ' 1642- POURCY- the Bombers who won their co ference title with three straigh I The Same victories. Cle Elum, cowinnel G e o note for the with Naches, was given an oli :Third I D0rtunity to flip a coin to se rrl FY Whether Naches or Cle Elum gal . . . IDS- but ed the playoff, but the offer was I make 7-he refwsed by Dale Bunnell, heat gftkfffligl'-I e lt or a Ifootball and basketball coach, wliq lwas anxious to start cage turnouts' Yakima valley-S two strongest 1 RUSH! Vote APPFUVII teams, one on defense and the ' Naches Coach Jake Borck P1-hither on offense, will clash tonight the Pl'0P053l 10 his Ranger teirln Richland for the Valley highi members and the Squad voted urs c li 0 ol football championship. animously to take on the Bomliiame time is 8 p.m. in Bomber ers. Borck reported the Rangeraqtvl, . rarin' to go with no serious in Naches, the highest-scoring' 'luries to hamper them. eleven in the Valley this year with Only quarterback Jerry Coopqf tot'-1 ef 'al-1--i'-rf for Him- dimes lill miss the game. The husk! lnior left yesterday for duty r le Air Force. Naches and Cie Elum finished it deadlock for the Northern Divl a n on's top place, each losing on me while winning sevel.. Na hes' only loss was to Wapat meets Richland. which held a like backs Jerry Reid and Larry Har wayne was number of opponents to just 72 rold and fullback Gary Hinkle d The Rangers, coholders of the Johnson and DGMY Neill- The Northern Division title with Cle Elum, actually have a better de- 3 COUIPIBUB replacement Imit- fensive record with only 39 points lick will quarterback both units. clear am scored on them but played only The Bombers USS both 8 Split T. - P brother Jerry lending a helping hand. Nachos' Rangers ran their victory string to three straight yesterday by scoring a 32-6 win over Prosser. Wayne scored three touchdowns and one try for point for a total of 19 points and passed for anoth- er extra point. Jerry plunge d across for one six-pointer and the' other Ranger score was tallied b reserve fullback Ray Webb. Naches rumbled 70 yards in eight plays during the first quar- ter for their initial touchdown lwith the Rangers. Offensively and defensively tll While Cle Elum dropped its till ,Rangers finished ahead of tit lwarrlors in the final statisti 3 Naches scored a .total of 241 polrlll By JACK in nine games or an average Associated Press nearly 27 points per contest, T There are more sure Rangers' foes amassed only veath and taxesas any ints. Cle Elum piled up a totgan plainly see-and one 199 to rank third offensive s football upsets. ,lille its opponents scored 43 I Twenty-nine sportswriters ,gee the Warriors second in dbroadcasters hopped on the feng, bandwagon to make this-the . wapato Finishes Third gest week in Associated Press Wapato's Wolfpack wound it Qwith 8 30 yard P555 from Vl'ayne 'third iii the final standings, sewn to Don Wilson highlighting the 'drive Jerry finally pushed across ,from the three but Wayne's place' ikick try for point failed. I The Rangers drove 40 yards to .another score in the second quar- ih ,total offense and fourth on t N defense, scoring 217 points w Despite its undefeated record 5 the Valley's Southern Divisio Richland lost three and tied one. crack the ust after de-'unblemished records among the m men vysville. lClass A clubs ofthe state Ldgwali Tacoma, which edged Gonzaga of Spokane was picked H th :its opponents scored only 81. lter. Wayne sliced 13 yards for thef overall competition. Conferenl final yardage. A pass for the point was incomplete, A Prosser fumble on the Mu-- statistics followed along with NACHE5 final standings with Richland Tian' Alvfuey- the best defense and offense tea Jake Bofck 5,1994 while Swan this season ford have turned into the surpi stangs' 37 in the third quarter led to the third Rangers' touchdown with Wayne eating up the distance in two plays for the tally and add- ing the point. Naches kicked off and Prosser fulnbled again. this time on its own 25. After a short drive, Wayne slipped over from the five. A pass for the point was good. High Scorer Richardson, the Rangers All-Yal- ley candidate. has individually scored 113 points this season. more than the total of 113 the Bombers have scored as a team Richard- son's scoring included 21 touch- downs and nine mira points but excludes several passes for touch- downs. Poor uealher has seriously limited workouts at the Nachos Valley School this past week. al- though coach Jake Borck said the Rangers nent through good drills Tuesday and lkednesday, fllosl ol the drills have hcen 10 acquaint converted guard .lorry .loncs with the quarterback duties vacated by Jerry Cooper for Air Force service To fill Jones' spot at left Borck has shifted senior Shaffer from tackle while the of the lineup went unchang In Richland coach Fran Rish the Bombers made a shift of three backs. aiming at better the Goldeiiclale Timberwolves- of the new ffwtbell Season- lshare the football title they ha The I E held for three consecutlv 'the two tying up the final standings with five wins and o 38-0 scoring loss apiece. Thelclosenesf of they opened y Beating Top-,At A TOPPENISII -- With halfback 'ayne Richardson spearheading he attack. the unbeaten-untied 'aches Rangers rolled over Top- enlsh ZR-0 last night at Toppenish or their fourth straight victory of hc season. Nat-hes controlled thc game f the way. scoring in every r tn rank up its thir vision conference win. assuring 'aches' of a llC for first place in the division Early in the first quarter a Top- penlsh fumble on the 11-yard line picked up by Wildcat halfback Wentz behind the goabhne hc was dropped by Ranger Don Wilson for a safety first two points- Richardson then swung running the ball over line place of regulars Vic Desautel right ter three will probably be use more on or Richardson one ' noncoaference game while and Single-wins Offense ill Ctlmbin- D- ...ii ,-....-. i....m.-I -.Hatha with mi initial-1.vwl. nu. and NRCHCS quarter lalns of 12, or the narch. then v to eyed a cu Iole in the me He H2078 rep Ballotiwa- The R ardage 1- the first iot a week a l col-i for fifth spot, Seattle Prep for sixth Ve - near e votes an heldl and Naches was seventh. Olympia :riff Biggs? oge.rs and Kelso tenth. Thus four This PWC' Gar- west teams and two each and Seattle rated in The lone casualty eridian, which was tied bulge over took over eighth, Vancouver R . Pullman ltth placed were nm by every f-' -ight lr-l Aftel a H1 last mght's p first added NURTIIERN DIVISION UHAMU5' 1954 i I II,V ifpv.. W. Tenth!! .Yana Naches Naches Naches, Naches Nachos Naghos Naches Naches Naches Naches PRE SEASON GAME Goldendale LEAGUE PLAY Cle Elum Prosser Toppemsh Selah Marquette Wapato Grandwevx Hxghland CHAMPIONSHIP Rwhland 'S' 7'oot6all D Thomas G Lavman Borck J Holrup E mnxd Iv Rupp S xpnlk in WWW fiat: 1954 K -1 FE' 5 X X F 3 7-ootlaff The 1954 football season was a hlghly sueeesstul one for the NVHS Rangers The team eal ned a t1e wlth Cle Elum for fu st place ln the Northern D1v1s1on Conference However the team lost a chance for an unbeaten year w1th a rmcl season loss to second place Wapato The Rangers played the R1ehland Bombels wmners ol the Southern D1v1s1on tltle for the valley crown The Ran gers lost to R1chland ln a close game Three Naehes players Tom Terrell Wax ne Rlehardson and Don Wllson earned spots on the Yaklma Valley All Conference Team Honorable mentlon was won by Joe Evans Jerry Jones anl Jerry Cooper Wayne Rlehardson reeelve l the Insp1rat1onal Awald whlle Tom Terrell was elected Honorary Captaln Naehes became more than just a dot on the map when NVHS football coach Jake Borclx was xoteo by vallex fans as the man who had done the most for sports 1n the Yal lma Valley 1n 19:9-1 The award was presented bx KIMA TV Sex entx one gn Wa? V Q1 A.il X-,X Q Pu ., P Q54 -0 9' "E L K A M74 'i , - 9 ua 'F al 'Jfi f bt x enty-four 54416416411 The basketball team coached by Jake Borck and composed pr1m'u1ly of graduatmg semors launched thelr eampa1gn of 1904 0.1 at the H1 hland Jamboree The Rangels had '1 falrly successful year COUSldCI'1U5 the The scrappy team kept up 1ts flghtlng Splflt throughout the season and won honors by plaemg second 1n the Valley Sportsmanshm Contest Tom Terrell was elected honorary eaptam and Jack Gaudette xx as presented the Insp1rat1onal Award and also won a trophy for havmg the best foul shot percentage for the sea son "' -FF' '04 D . ' ' 4. a I ' , I - Y huge height disadvantage they faced. 1 1 L , v ' ' 3 7 N ' . , 5445416411 .flcotea Jamboree Naches Naches Nachos Nachos Naches Nachos Naches Nachos Naches Naches Naches Naches Naches Naches Naches Naches Naches Naches Naches Naches Naches K Pre-Season Games 55 Moxee 44 Marquette 52 Topponi sh 44 White Swan 39 Highland 55 Selah League Play Grandvlew Selah Hlghland Cle Elum Toppemsh Prosser Marquette Marquette Grandvmowto t J Selah H1ghland Cle Elum Toppemsh Prosser Fourth Place 58 40 57 43 63 65 3 Sevent flve Coach Jakg Borck and XTIJHJQLI 5 Bnn STRATE Mu bexcau Gum. Lay man and Jprold Ho1rup l. Y , I o s 'W .1 Front row: J. Shafer, J. Kauzlarich, G Docbhu' J Walker J Harrell Second row D Stark G Mcrbunau G. Lounsbury, T. Kennett, J. Fisher, D Lmsc. Back row Coach D1ck Thomab J Van De Brake J Brqmever . 5323 , Lx fb N Bob Frueh J Breymewr R hnapp Q-1 DLXATIIN 5 X 'K 'X Q 'Xxx . Z? If 1 is 1-193553 it A f""' 'N 3. 4... ef 1 i Q Left to right: Coach Elmer Leonard, B. Mersereau, O. Yates, J. Dailey. 54146411 As the Rangers entered the baseball season of 1955, the outlook was not too bright. Only two remaining let- termen were found on the team roster, Ray Webb and Pick Harlington. According to Coach Elmer Leonard, this year was a year primarily for development and seasoning. A large number of freshmen and sophomores turning out made the outlook for future years very bright. This year Naches faced a strong league with an op- timistic outlook even though they had two primary prob lems, lack of pitching strength and lack of individual experience. Seventy-eight April 1 April 5 April 8 April 15 April 22 April 23 April 29 May 3 May 6 May 13 Practice Games Selah Yakima Selah League Games Marquette Selah Highland Ellensburg Yakima Wapato Toppeni sh here here there here there there there here here there Front row: N. Sadenwasser, L. Dukes J Ricard, J. Fisher, J. Kime, L. Morgan Second row: J. Matoon, T. Ingram, L Frazier, G. Lounsbury, G. Humphrey R Back row:R. Knapp, D. Miller, R. Lee Seventy-nine -T- 'K - Tue! fchedule... April 1 April 5 April 16 April 22 April 29 May 7 May 14 May 21 May 2 7 - Eighty Naehes Moxee and Selah at Selah Naches and Highland at Highland. Yakima Invitational at Yakima. Naches, Selah, and Moxee at Moxee.. Toppenish Invitational at Toppenish. Naches, Toppenish, and Selah at Selah. Sub-District at Yakima. District Meet at Yakima. State Track at Pullman. T L 4' 0171200011129 QUE!!! Tofu king Y M001 H2211 Jwannx Arm ' I . 'S an ! Q 57? f-H My wfw- - mmm:-1,v..f fs 23? 'K Yu 'f3... -fg - 'S ' Q V 3' Sm xx! Mk N a ES fy' A 3? 1 'JE ix 1 G is M, . ?STiL J" ,L A wiv--v-L .,.'. fig. ' '- s , ,,., , f. 2 N 1. -5.- 11 1, Q "1 1 ,X -' X J ' I .' Am I , 3 F by 1 6, 1 Q K L 1, I J " fr 'J L. 196' fri' :L Y q A J if I ,O A s x I' 2 xie ' L V Y Xp!! w'r4 l"D x sv 8 At: ..- 1 . 7 , C .' f ,Z Vt ,fwfiv 3 w. ' V , ,f V N., 1. b ,,-,- , f " :MF fha- W gi V 2 VI A , w. 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Senior class sponsors first dance ot the year. Band marched in Wapato Harvest Festival Parade on Labor Day. --A Spanish Club was formed with Mrs. Phillips as advisor. --The initiation of freshmen was held in the afternoon. Freshmen were honored at an evening dance by the sophomores. -17--Iowa tests for sophomores and seniors. --Yell leaders elected for football season--Janice and Jackie Buyan, and Sharon Hayes --ASB Drive ended with the seniors winning. Rangers gained first victorv at Goldendale .38 U Girls League Big Sister Little Sister Party Song leaders eleeted Sue Mel-xittrick Julie Erickson Wilodvne Piercy and Helen Phillips Rangers defeated Cle Elum 19 O in first game on new lighted field Dedication preeedtd the game Gold N Club sponsored a danet after thc game School dismissed for the fair Junior class sponsors skating parts Espionage film 1 Led Three Lives shown Sportsman s Day opens not school function Sportsman s Day Rangers defeat Prosser 6 0 Sophomore class won first prize for theii float First National Assembly of the year Talking Mynah Birds Game at Toppenish We won 38 0 All High Dance held Sue McK1ttrick and Tom Terrell were crowned King and Queen Terry Field s Orchestra provided the music School was dismissed to help harvest apple crop Game with Selah here The Rangers won 45 0 Game with Marquette there Our victory 25 0 School began following apple harvest vacation Annual kick off assembly held Jerry Clark purchased the first PIONEER f Game with Wapato here Our first loss of the season 20 6 NOVEMBER i lll- LLMBLIK il in 5 s 1 mit thnx 11 ioi In National Assembly Modern Miraeles of Magic with Shalmar held Individual pictures of the student body taken for the annual Game with Grandview there Victory for us Beginning of Edueation Week Sophomores sponsored a skating party Highland and Selah invited Homecoming Queen and her Court eleeted Del Fenn Queen Jill Maming and Julie Erickson Princesses Veterans Dav Assembly with Mis Strand and Rex Tudor as honored speakers Rev Clark gave the prayers and the All High Choir sang Pep Rallv held at 6 .SO p m The Highland dummy was burned the Queen tioxxned and a serpentine parade led bx band and tells Homecoming game with Highland We vton 2:1 0 Queen and Couit intioduted at halt and the band maiehed Homeeoming danee followed End of Edueation Week Football Banquet given bt Pep Club Valle-x Football thampionship gan e at lliehland Thu xi in lf Student Conit rentt it Xakima St moi High Thanksgiving A semblx Thanks 'lXlIl,., xaeation be .1 moi tlisi GlIlCl'1lX 1 W lll H ll U l N 'WV wtiinti on r ii quttti hti t lu f in JI J Il Tllx Mutt in t o ta hovnn it ai 'lht Ati ite Swan 11 Nitht 41 it Whitt Su iistm 1 loin Ll Cantlx Cane Cotil ion H hl1l'lllDlllUS here fi ' Clll1Slllll Asstii blx pre tnttd bx Thespians i li i oii r 1 t Ninetv six 21-- ' ' ' " 1 -- A A' ' '. 23n I h- ,. . 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