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

 - Class of 1957

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JA V1 A 1 Q fray! , - 1 I j V t 1 fy V- 1, 1- s.f1wff..f, lzi .64fnaf'f7p,,' fl aff 6fw7f-f.ci,,g me sarees, aiu' 574 ., .inf 'dna' ,flu flag! 0612 and fa al! ff 17101 7' five 11141 may X194 eff Mb 'f'7'f"' fwf'-J6Ai9X F a me hzilff afffi 41' ' 247547, 111, LL pf IljU'7' fix. Klfjff 26 .5615 D f 4,,1Qf Crmpfu 6 a iff1'Z.I, gf! .fulaetzntzfz en ' ! g?'4"7'f0?014L '51 frwf lx!! Each year the a.nnual portrays the many activities that absorb t lives of ur students. 7 A To many it might appear that high school is concerned chiefly with Athletics and social affairQf!M But we, who well know our high school students, know that the many absorbing activities are only an outlet for the boundless energy of youth ---- energy channeled into constructive uses which trains for similar cooperative activities at any stage in life. Every teacher should be much more than a teacher of subjects! Andwe hope that every student with whom we are privileged to work will help instill in every teacher the conviction expressed in these words by an unknown author ---------------- Oh, may I feel that I have failed unless I teach each child to seek in every race The common traits of brothcrhoodg to feel Within his breast the heartbcats of the world! ff' fa ,X 1' Ned Phillips f N ..-ff 1 K fi, 1 r I, V Ara! 47 Q 1 ,+,7a,v1i, e -Lu ff bg fi in K f 5 is an U Q, 1 if fl, 12 A 5 'ff , f ' I A ff f - 4 ,7 ' f ff' 7 5- -- Cliff, I' 'Q if fl' ff? 0 75 fu' ZXXA. ff I iff, I1 4"1i C! 1 fjfx Cfkffgcffz Sc :we -'Q' ff g ff N 4 , 5 ' ff' -4 ' ' 5' K ' ' x f X 'C. ffgj L4 .,. N - 'l Q , C xl 1' IN 7 I7 CK! ' " 7 J ,f - A 1 if ,Q 1 I - 1 Af? ft? My Llpf I X' i' ' 5" 71 9- Lf 0 fa P ff 11 ce oi-1, f?y '11 liz 150.1 r K I ., ff X I . . - wffffki L cr, for 165 Jff-li 7 - +A 1 l X if ' f 5 C I g7f,'1'1 fr" Cf 72511752 AM If L. I , up ,ff 1 1 , L - P K Q Y - ,Ax f X C. 8 ' Z 1 J fa ' L, 1 filcpff if ffgffpg' ptincipaf The school year 1956-57 at Naches Valley High is history now, and were it not for your "Pioneer, " the events that made it memorable would soon fade and be forgotten. Fortunately we find recorded in these pages many of the happenings that combined to make this year unique in our memories. Our thanks go to the staff of the "pioneer" for faithfully portraying this chapter of our lives. Don R. Batey, Principal MISS ROWENA LEWIS History X Sociology General Business MISS BETTY COWAN Home Economics X 3 5 l I, x. K, I .u . - L w -- ' , v "' ' ,K NGK hx V v V G x J 'U' rd R' bl X n , T VX -C I V '. I , ICU y 4. -. V -1 - ' X ,V Iv v- . l X 'W K Vw lr f ig' I Y S -J --f v v X N w ' l -4 NN V "9 , 5 W g 5 G N :V , E .J fi ww -wx, X MX .. -3 9,1 . , x, I . 'v ,J Y X I X: -J xt . X1 N' 3 'J K X V N, .ex V -x ff N N- - -J I . .2 N f ,V A xi V I L xg N1 X. I K sa J 'I Y-S K x v-, '4 H Mfr., 3, v I MRS. DUFF YOUNG Physical Education Language Arts h "U"-'Q ,X Xxx ,V ,R -3 . X-t f X7 ' O S Q X x xl ' .N 1 M R. UICK THC JM .-X5 xxx: 3 X Drivi-rs Triiining X 1 -A GL-ni-ral Math N Washington History S MR. ROBERT LEE WOI,F Language Arts Journalism I Typing Latin ' I0 MRS. ALFRED PALMQL' IST MR. ELMER LEONARD Mathematics Athletics 1? MR. E.M. BORCK General Math Athletics 'Z I 6 -X MR. CLYDE HAINES Industrial Arts MRS. DUANE BAILEY Language Arts Speech -uv 3 f 136.6 Cin-LJ IZHWWLV. JJ Lula is aculty I 'ffmi duwwe fwiul MR. CARROL WALKER Photography Algebra Science MR. EDMOND DENNERY Vocational Agriculture ,bjhejfjptfm W ffl I ,fV'i,fui1 fyfgwafy il ,X f fl A VME. DON I GRAHAM N JU fp IC 6 K IL U, ffl' MRS. NED PHILLIPS Spanish ws-:asf , , V 'W Wigs. PAT Rus MRS. c. R. STRAND Commefr lal Language Ar-L3 uf, W W M wfff iw M WWJWWKM fm!! Classes ,Mffff ' ff ,, as W Officers Darrel Miller, Rose Silvestri Jon Mattoon, Becky Whybark Ben Mersereau, Ted Kennett Not pictured is Jackie Buya.n. Advisors: Mr. Walker Mrs. Palmqulst eniot efau Eighty eager aspiring freshmen entered Naches Valley High School in the fall of 1953. Of this group fifty-seven have re- mained to graduate. New members in the next three years brought the class enrollment to seventy-two ---- the second largest class to be graduated. With Jerry Breymeyer as president in their freshman and junior years, Jon Mattoon in the sophomore, and Darrell Miller in the senior, the class has promoted some unusual and worthwhile projects. As freshmen they sponsored a box social for the school, as sophomores they produced a winning float for Sportsman's Day. An outstanding junior-senior Prom displayed their ability as hosts. Finally in their senior year, their senior play was the first high school in the state to be presented penthouse style. Through- out their four years, they have always been ready to cooperate in any high school activity. 14 1' . " 'ip W ti, if EDMONDSON, LYNI-LTTE "It is our actual work which deter- mines our value." Student Council 13.45 Girls' League 1-4. Talent Show li. Student Leaders Conference 23.4. Pep Club J. Central wash. Music Festival 25 School Music Festival Z. 35 All High Choir Z, 3, Officer 31 Annual Staff 1-4. Editor 45 Honor Roll 1, 2: College Conference 45 Jr. :md Sr. Banquet Co-Chairman 3. FRANCIS, DICK "The more a man follows nature. the longer and happier he will live." Boys' Federation 1-45 FFA Li,-1. it W ut-wv- Assad Nr-ni' Nqr! EVANS, MARLENI-L "Ev" Fll-'I-L, JACK "Next to virtue, the fun in this "A horse, a horse, my kingdom for world is what we can least spare. " a horse. " Girls' League 1-45 Class Plays 3,45 Boys' Federation 1-45 Jr. Class Play Talent Show 1-4, Thespiilns 35,42 35 Assembly Committee 3, Ski Club Student Leaders Conference 25,4L 1-45 Track-lettcr 1, 2. G.rls' Letterclub 1-45 Yell Leader 45 Song Leader 35 Pep Club 3, Officer 3: Ski Club 3,45 Band 1-41 Nonette 13,41 Sextet 15 Dance Band 4. Music Fes- tivals Central Washington 1, Z,-1, All High Choir 2, 3,45 Band Officer 45 Homecoming Princess 45 All State Choir 35 All Northwest Choir 45 Class Secretary 25 College Confer- ence 45 Drama Festival 45 Band Sec- retary 45 Band Award Committee 4. I-'K AZIER, LARRY FRIESZ, ROGER ,fu FORD, ARLI-LNB "Manners form the great charm of women. " Student Council 4, Secretary 45 Girls' League 1-4. Class Play Li.-15 Talent Show 4, Thespians LJ. 4. Student Leaders Conference 4: Librarian 4: Pep Club 2, 3.4. Officer 3: Office Girl 45 Central Wash. Music Festival 3, 45 School Mus- ic Festival 2, 3,43 All HighChoir 2,3,-1: FTA 2.3.-1:HUnor Roll 2. -1. 'The mind grows by what it feeds "Man forms himself in his own in- GARBER, EVELYN un. " terior, and nowhere else. " "Silence is a true friend xx ho never Pilpel' Staff 42 FOOlb2l11 1,21 Bf1Sk0l- Band 25 Dance Band 1. Central Wash. betrays. " Dall 1: Boxing Emblem 1-4. Music Festival 2. Girls' League 2. 3,4. Q4 I 1 "vi S--r -inf 71, tk A 7? 44 x,.,, W1 1 -",O ' --f-..,v IL, 'N-A X: NIEMAN, GARY "There is nothing like fun, is there?" Bvys' l"ederuliun l'4. Officer 4, Thee spians -lg Dramaties 4, Assembly Com- mittee 4, Boxing 1.2, 4. REYNOLDS, SUSAN "The surest way not to fail is to de- termine to succeed. " Student Count-il 4. Girls' League 1-4. President 4, Class Plays 5.4, Thes- pians 3. 4. Student Leaders Conference 2. 3. 4. Ski Club 2. Li. 4, Officer 2. 3. Band 12.15, Danes Band 2. Jig Band Off- icer 21. Annual Staff 2.15,-l. FTA 2. 3. 4. Of itti Huno1Roll ' 5 4 Co thairmen Jr Si Banquet 5 Hometomin Chair men 4 L Lstti llix Drama Fest ival -I O'DliLL, EUGENE "Gene" "Invention la the talent of youth. and judgment ul :igi-. " Boys' Feslt-r'ation lf4. Think 1.5.4, Annual Staff Z, .5, 4, Photographer l5,4. RICHARDSON, JERRY "An athlete today, tomorrow, and forever. " Boys' Federation 1-4. Officer 1-4, Boys' Letterelub 1-4, President 3, Football 1 4 Inspirational Award 3 4 Captain 4 All Valley Football 4 All State. 4 Basketball 1 4 Boxing 2 Track 2 Baseball .3 4 X x , POWELL, TERRY "Faithfulness and sincerity first of all. " Boys' Federation 1-4. Ski Club 1-4. ROBBINS, LEORA "Enthusiasm is the intoxication of earnestness. " Student Council Treasurer 43 Class Officer 2,3gG1rls' League 1-4, Cffi- cer 3: Class Play 4, Student Leaders Conference 3,49 Girls' Letterclub 1 4 Pep Club 4, Ski Club 3: Office Girl 4 School Music Festival 3: All High Choir .5 FTA 13, 4. Honor Roll 3, Homecoming Queen 4. 'SMI .,...n-s-s X PRATT, ILENE "It is true politeness and gentleness that constitute the real lady. " Paper Staff 4, Girls' League 1-4. Girls' Letterelub 4, Librarian 15.4. Pep Club J.-L Office Girl 4L School Music Festival .l, All High Choir Ls, Annual Staff 4: FFA 4. Honor Roll 4 SANDERS, MARY "Good humor in alxxaixs .nut-cess." Girls' League l-4. Talent Shim 4.41 Girls' Lettercluli -l, Lillrarian Zi. Pep Club Al, Bzmd 1-4. Dance Band 4. Central Wash. Music Festivals 1-4. i SCRIBNER, GLADYS "The busy have to time for tears. " Student Council 4, Girls' League 1-4, Class Plays 3. 4, Talent Show 49 Thes- pians LS. 4L Student Leaders Conference 4g Girls' Letterelub 1-4, Officer 3, President 41 Librarian ll: Pep Club 1 -4. Office Girl 4, ASB Bookstore Man- ager 4. SLAVENS. CHARLES "Chuck" "He is alvxays in sueh perfect good humor. " Boys FL'llL'l'1ll.lUH l-4, Ski Club 2, 13,4 tl'rt sident 43. All High Choir 1i,4. F. T. A. J. 4. Salety Committee Chair- man 4. College Conference 4. 4-4 i Z SHAFER, JACK "Each mind has its own method." Class Officer 2, 3, Paper Staff 4. Boy Federation 1-4. Class Plays 3. Thes- pians 1-4, President 3, Student Lea- ders Conference 3, Boys' Letterclub 2, 3,4, Officer 3, President 4, Foot- ball 1-4, Basketball 1-45 Boxing 1,2, 3, Baseball 3,45 FTA ZZ, 3. 4: All Valley Football 3,4, Drama Festival 3 STAFFORD, MURRAY "For knowledge, too. is itself a power. " Boys' Federation 1-4, Talent Show 3, 49 Band 1-4: Dance Band 4: Music Festival 11,43 School Music Festival 1-4, Band Officer 4. Iwi .ay ir SHLRLE Y, ROBERT "Bob" "Unless a man works. he uannfit lintl s' out what he is able to do. " Paper Staff 4. Boys' Federation 1-41 Fire Committee 3. Boys' Letterclub 1-4, Officer 3,41 Ski Club 1-4, Offi- cer 3,-lg Football 1-4. ST. MARTIN, MARI "Kindness is the golden chain by which society is bound together." Paper Staff 4. Girls' League 1-4, Girls Letterelub 41 Librarian 3, Pep Club 4, Officer 4, Office Girl 4, Annual Staff 4. SILVESTKI, ROSE MARIE "Laughter is tht- ehorus ol toiiversa- tion. " Student Counril -l.G1rls' League 1-4, Officer 4. Class Plays 55, 4, Thespians li. 4. Student Lt aclcrs Conference 4, Song Learlt-r 4. Pep Club LS, 4, Officer 3. Presicit-nt 1. Office Girl 4, Band 1-4, Sextet 1, Central Wash. Music Festival l-4. All High Choir 2, 15, Class Officer 4, Easter Play 2. TIMMONS, JLQLI "Beauty is its oxxii ext-use for being. " Paper stdf-1. Girls' League 1-4. Tal- ent show 12.,.J, Dramaties 4. Student Leaders Conlercnte 3. Song Leader 1. 2, li. Pep Club 1. 3. Ji, 4. ski Club .L. Banil .L Nwiiellt- 1. .J. 4. Central Wash. Music' Festixal J. .i. at ho-il MLls1t'FL'b- tival a. All ll.,4liCh:firJ.a.-1. llome- eom ing l'l'1YlL'LAss Z. Q. gil if x .9 5? ,l TOLLE, DOROTHY "Dot" "lf you create something, you must be something. " Girls' League l-4, Class Plays Li. Y Teens 4, College Conference 4, Ski Club 3,-1. Office Girl 4, School Music Festival 25, All High Choir 33. Officer 3: FTA 3, 4. WHYBARK, BLIRDETTE "Becky" "Happiness is not perfected until it is shared." Girls' League 1-4, Class Plays 3.4, Talent Show 1-4, Thespians Li, 4, Student Leaders Conference 4, Ass- embly Committee 4. Librarian 1, Pep Club 2. 3. 4. Band 2.3.4, Officer li,-1. President 4, Central Wash. Music Festival 2.15,-1, School Music Fes- t1v1il2.3,4gAllH1gh Choir 2.15.-L Annual Staff 2,3,4. Honor Roll 1-4: Class Officer 4, College Conference 4. Jr. and Sr. Prom Chairman 15, Drama Festival 4. il ed' 453' VAN DE BRAKE, JACK "He who respects others is respected by them." Student Council 4, President 4, Boys' Federation 1-4, Officer 3, Student Leaders Conference 4, Boys' Letter- club 2,3,4, Officer 3, Football 2,3,4, Boxing 1,2, Baseball 2, 3,4, Class Officer 1,2, Boys' State Delegate 4, Commencement Marshal 3. WIELAND, ARLYN "Arlie" "To be strong is to be happy." Boys' Federation 1--1, Fire Committ- ee 3,4, Boys' Letterclub 2,3,4, Ski Club 3, Football 1-4, Basketball 1, Boxing Emblem 1-4, FFA 3, 4, Offi- cer 4. 1 'W ' . QV' 'V' -agp!-I VON ESSEN, PAT "Silence is more eloquent than words." Paper Staff 1, Girls' League 1-4. YATES, OWEN "Speech is great, but silence is greater. " Boys' Federation 1-4, Dramatics 4, Boys' Letterclub 1-4, Football 1,2, Basketball 1,2, FFA 3. WALKER, CHARLES "Chuck" "lean be serious, but lld rather be gay. " Boys' Federation 1-4, Class Plays 3,4, Talent Show 4, Thespizms li,-1. Student Leaders Conference 4, Ski Club 1-4, President Li, Football 2. Boxing 23 Thespians President 4: Homecoming Prince 4. FFA lS,4, College Conference 4, Drama Fes- tiva.l 4, Baseball 4. YOUNG, BILLIE " I am tipsy with laughing. " Paper Staff 4, Girls' League 1-4. Officer 4, Pep Club 1-4, Office Girl 4. 4? ufelve eat ftudenta BACK ROW: G. Scribner, Y. Brownell, J. Timmons, L. Moore, li. Angel. FOURTH ROW: J. Buylm. N. Kelly, M.Briskey. THIRD ROW: M. Sanders, D. Tollc, M. Jones, S. Reynolds. SECOND ROW: S. Jones, L. Robbins, L. Edmondson, B. Whybzirk. FRONT ROW: D. Francis D. Linse, B. Mcrscreau, J. Hoirup, C. Slavens, J. Fife, T. Kennett, J. Van De Brake, E. O'Dcll. 3 Zfl'l yi 1 aw- y L.. -X OFFICERS: H. Hanshew, B. Dolliver, J. Schutt, G. Lounsbury, K. Sligar, R. Kauzlarich D. Wart, T. Ingram. ADVISORS: Mr. Graham a.nd Mrs. Strand. unioz flu: With only two years left in high school the junior class quickly settled down to a busy and eventful year. They elected Kurt Sligar as president and chose Gary Lounsbury Ralph Kauzlarich, and Janice Schutt to assist him as vice president, secretary, and treasurer. Delores Wart and Tom Ingram were elected social chairmen. One of their greater challenges was putting on a successful Junior- Senior Banquet. In addition to the banquet. the juniors took an active part in Homecoming. They mon first prize with their float in the annual Sportsmaufs Day parade and put on ll humorous, rewarding class play, "Meet Corliss Archer." L1nd.1 Ahrens Arlene Anderson Blllle Ball Jerry Blrge Q30- ini if 45,5 "7 41 War-y Bogie sandra Boxd Bob Breashe xrs Bonnie BFISCOC 'Cv- ' 'lin E -X .2- vl- Xrlene Cameron Bonme Cameron Dlek Connelly Xudrey Davls 1 fs f-ZW 1"7 "fm 'Y- Ronnle Dean Iezrx Doeseher Betty Dolllxcl I elim Duke s AQWQG Q-rl' 9 rf' Lh lrlotte k mmons P ltsw I' 5teb I led hfe I lmcs Fisher ilk Wm wh? ,CY ""- 1' law X -Qs. -5- .I i lom Ingram NI wx IH F1 ueh K h l1lOttL G IIVIH Qxml Glabpex xi lr sld H lnshew if s...., 'XM Q' 5 5 s,, 1 . , , ' 2 ,f ff' W' 'ff 3 fx f Nm f' A w w 4 M - "f"" at , lf... MF , V' I I A X it I- I H, .A ,L-1 ' I h N A my J'i lg' XX, , M 'N V X W, V , R, I V , ' - , 1 f ? ' lf! I e . W . A s f M Q n 4 .A g 7 ' ' 'Q N 3 - .. I ' x. s- fy N' .I f 5 51- - Km .. n X N1 5' If u 31 8 n V' A1 .N y Q . f ' " ' 'ff , T K xl' 1 l ' N' ' ' .D ' f '. 4: -7 A, A N S 1 W ' ' X y, 're x N. I -. . W J A I V X Howard Jackson Bernaclenc Johnson Eunice -Johnson Janet Johnson Bert Jrincs Dm-:ui -Jones Ralph Kauzlarich Norman Keep F11-cl liimc Tvrry Kohl Gene Layman Gary Lounsbury Jackie Lyons Melvin McGrew Stuart McKenzie Betty Illcfiaul Donctta Matthcs Doug Muloy George Mcrsercau Betty Minion Lary Morgan Janet Morley Joyo Morris Elaine CVDCII Sara Olson Audrey Uri' Twylzl Pruitt Don llcinmuth Bill lluynolds Jorry Ricard ,N -y, ,. as 'ir I ia r I L. - x Q A , I. Q. id K ' A 3 1 . , bp- I 414 N ,itfs of gb! I,-, . 5' 1 W-by N 4 J, H H " sw J ' X J ' ,,,1, ' Hi A u 'ff' ,,,f . A f ff '-" ' ,, .-4 ,x 55. X tr. A :ir 5 I - . , , .ff 3 I Q:-JN ' Y-Y I lux 4 ::: l 8 A A 1 ,QN- K x, on J -9 'A v- f fi qs ,IRAQ 1 ' N" Q 1 J? -fx, 9' N I ,V R ,fr i 1 ' 'ix ' S A 3 3 Y' as J x ' V 4' S la J ,Q X , -mfg i' J r as , i fr N G l - - 5 O N A "WJ - Q: :F ' + ' - 'sb sr N' . f s , - ' f- ' 5 ' - ,. , -. , 1: .f Q, I as E ffl. 2 J . ku X I b -I ... I . ri. l 's . 3 . L W .A 'N in :ax l Q - 9' x X f Q 'Q. it-, l' x r V ll v 5' , f X 'X yi 5 s 1 s ...J- Larry R1ch11rdS Patsv Rlchardson B111 S.1d1v,r Benny manrkfur John :1 mrigrs Roger Easse Janlcc Schutt Tad mcwirci C hfford mlrnnmns hlllt shgar Ni ' 7-s. Wro- rpg Af F'--fu Km Xu S ,QL ff! 403 95 -X A 4 N - Lmdi sm1th Norxln wm1th Garx unelson Don at u k Lllcn Ntpvcnson 405 E-"1 i, ,vs-ug S S., 'OW U4 x Y' 1 - I 4' 1 ' N' . 6. I he Q Q Qx 5 , "ir A Lh ll lotto .z-t111vs N1 mfrul Tappe Rn uls 'I 1 Lmblx Nunu V.1C,hon L1nd1 koorhlns l 5 N if' il 911 fy W YZI7' 'tg if 1"" -45 . , :,.,v Q-bf lugh hm N 1llxc1 D1.lme.5 XX ut Cirnlxn A 115011 abr mn A hcclcl B- ll b 11' 1 NN ood 'ai if 11 x n um 1'1 '1 1 1 11111 Xoung, x11 "3 4- gsw Qfyv-7 431 -Q-5 5 j -3-f '22 TW in I Ln, S 3 i OFFICERS: H. Volland, J. Robbins, J. Lindsey. R. Ricard, D. Eschbach, G. Baker, D. Shirley-ADVISORS: Mr. Haines and Mr. Thomas. .fophamoze 614.45 The sophomore class took an active part in school affairs the past year. Their first project was a float. entered in the 5portsman's Day Parade. During the year the class sponsored three dances after football and basketball games as well as ti roller skating party, ln lfebruary they put on a lively Pep assembly skit. BACK ROW: D, Bransforcl. R. Francis, 5. Bigsby, J. Dugan. D. Firestom. A, Ford. M. Butler. D. Carle FHIRD ROW: G. Bailey, C. Collie. D. Brownell, B. Fairbanks. B. Clift, N. Anglin. P. Carter. B. Clark. L Dailey. G, Dennenrl. SECOND ROW: M. Bratlforcl. J. Ashley. C, Collier. J. Dukes, S. Frueh, G, Baker. L Austill. C. Brlske, 5. Birge. FIRST HOW: N. Brownell. K. Coatney. J. Castle. ll. Cameron. D. Est-hbach D. Marler. 5. Breshears, B. Franc-is. P. Dingus. av pu ev ui 9 RACK ROW: A. Monson, W. Johnson. B. Gregorieh. T. Hobbs. G. Monzismith. B. Maxay, D. Olson. THIRDROW: J. Manring, C, Lounsbury, E. Kniekrehm, ll. Kime. T. Guerin. D. Jones. M. Hatton. SECONDROW: M. Parker. J. Lindsey. M. Groseth, C. Hunter. Pl. Hards, C. Kidwell, C. Hartinger. FIRST ROW: B. Noble. P. Morgan, P. Hayes, B. Pinkerton. R. Gipson, T. Jones. J. Johnson. BACK ROW: R. Ricard. D. Scott, C. Smith, H. Volland, E. Stevenson. E. Vance, B. Williams, THIRD ROW: D. Shirley, J. Robbins. J. Shafer. J. White. B. Root, D. Wetmore. W. Woodworth SECOND ROW: R. Robert. P. Snelson, D. Wood. J. V:LnDeBrake, G. Williwlh. L, Willmzin, FIRST ROW: J. Williamson, D. St. Martin, A. Williams. C. Whitaker, Ii. Host. C' 1,9 'Q4""X'?P OFFICERS: W. Kidwell, F. McEntire, D. Terrell, G. Long, B. Enger, B. Willis. M. Fisher, ADVISORS: Mr. Wolf and Miss Lewis. 'fzeaiman 614.45 The freshman class this year made up one-third of the highschool attendance and was the largest freshman class ever to start in at Naches Valley High. Gary Long was the president. Davy Terrell, vice-president: and Beverly Enger was secretary. Barbara Willis and Marvin Fisher were the social chairmen. FOURTH ROW: M. Fisher, M. Gilmore. E. Anglin, N. Brown, D. Coker. Xl. Briscoe. D. Dunbar. L. Briggs, J. Emerson, THIRD ROW: D. Emerick. L. Backstrom. J. Clark. L. Burrows, J. Breshears, S. Firestone, M. Akins. K. Ambrose. J. Ball. SECOND ROW: A. Baker, D. Cliei. J. Derby. V. Fisher, J. Bowerman. B. Allington. L. Feser. 5. Augustine, B. Enger, FIRST ROW: I.. Allen, K. Glover. V. Ellison, L. Cook. F. Briske. L. Gresham, E. Anderson. B. Campbell. lb BACK HORN: W. Kidwell. G. Herring. P. INleCr:ieken. B. Nlefiriff. li. Nlxittoon. T. llxirdmzln. S. C'onm-ily. C Link. D. Bailey. I-'OljH'l'IlIiOWg Il. llowzmtt. J. Fierst. C. Jones. I". Rlelintire. li, -lilI'li5Ul'1. D. lluek. IJ. Kemper. R. MeDon:ild. B. Craig. B, Bertsc-h. THIRD HOW: CL, Ja-l'l'ersoii. lf. Ilerzild. S. -Innes. CI. Long. Lounsliury. V. Nlc-Nziinzirzi. D. llogsett. CZ. Morse. Ii. Ilzisliett. NI. liZlLl!.l2ll'lC'll, 3IiC'UNIiI'ZfM1 'I'. Klurpliy, Kl'lll'lL'U.. D. Ingram. A, llumhzird. 5. Ilzlle. li. Knight. II. Fuleher. ll. Johnson. IS. F-lc'fii'ew, I-'lll5'l'Z1'i.'v' I Ilzineinelli. .x, Meek. W. Miller. 5. Johnson. J. I'ii1'l-isey. I.. iNlel'hee. Il. Ilill. -I. l,inrlscj:. One of their many activities throughout the year was to help plan deeorzltions for the Homecoming Dance at which the freshman class had charge of one corner of the gym. To ruise money the eluss sponsored zi Soda Pop Bottle drive :md ll dance bearing the name of Soda Pop Hop. -Judy Kirksey and Dzivy 'Ferrell were voted to reign over the dance as King and Queen. FOITRTII ROW: ll, Pottenger. D. Reynolds. fI.Speidel. il. Wood. J. Hie11rrl.li. Queen. V. Parker. D. Stew THIRD ROW: R. Zirkle, A. Wesselius. I. Neumever. D. Reynolds. B. Scribner. I-J. Theis. D. Terrell. J Webb, J, Whitaker, SECOND ROW: G, Walter. E, Tobin. B. Seed. -I. Nelson. P. 'I'riek1v. ill. Schiff. ll. sonnentzzg. I3. Willis, FIRST RUW1 G. Smith. lf. White. C. Wies. J. Thompson. 5. Solomon. C. Seymore. -I. Taylor. A. Seward. B. Vfmlissen. Z1 atc . V . V I , . A . , ,W ' ' I V' -I s v ' L ' ' ' . - fi P K ' I rx 4 . .X , , ' ' ' L Q 1+ . t I-X x r X F 1 fx I. ., -V A x -, Q .K . V W - I, v - - - .- - v x ,X H 1, M, . . L K X' V fm ? '- I- ' ' A Q, - ' r 'k' V x 5 g , .Y ' I T ' , , Q Y- , V .1 ., , X W , K X -4 f K: V4 J V! lt, , X ,Q X151 V A P 1 1 I ' V I fr Q , 1 - L V- ,f . N , " I J A v, , W . ,,1- ,x I ' Y , , W , , , v 4 . . R P .- 5 oi In ,v ' 'K IA , ' ' ' K Y ' 11 -.1 -, A e 1 L 1 I f f -4 X ' ' I A V 1 ' 5 LV , f ,- - v. 1 M t' V " k ' x fu , I f . K ' "' 4 1 I 1 1 ' R . , ' 1 f. ' 1- - , , , , , . , , fx .. -H S' K Uffmeu ln the 5131 mg of 19.96 mne eager yumoxb wexe elected to thc. next yu.11'e Job of governmff the Naches H1gh student body Durmg th1s echool year we can proudly say that they not only proved that they wanted to cally out than Jobs, well but that they could 'fmsvwwqe-W. if X b B PILbl ct LL mln Lin Jid V1nDL B1 M ll B LXIlltXLl 1 G 0 I O O ,.' 71' ,I ' '.1 vi. , A ,..-' -U ' l ' ' - y 1 3 1 V ' ' "" 7 J. " A ' Y Y . U wi R LM -Wa, I lx, A J I if Q . 'T F L 6 . . - A W ,M V J 1 Q-, , , ,... V Ml 'iii 4 tl, " ff ' lgwbt d rm Wfkvifiihn l :. '. . " 'din : V1 -- l'1'1'm'l' 1: 51- - ' Alnry 1 -X 1 A 31-A JL- X -5' 1- -Q -- .Xnll-11' I- xml A . ' .JZQ Q ,V 1' : f- E 4 ' . uf- ' f I K Treasurer: Business Manager: Stage Manager: Leora Robbins Jim Breymeyer Gary Lounsbury ' x 7' Aw ESQ Paper Editor Annual Editor: Advertising Mazinger Janet Morley Lynette Edmondson Arlene Cameron 37 L .ftudent eouncif Under the lczidership of President Jack VanDeBra1kc and the guidance of Faculty Advisor, Principal Don Butey, the Student Council led the student body through li suc- cessful year. They met and solved mainy problems. The Council is composed of nine stud- ent body officers amd class and club pres- idents. The Council supervised the Home- coming activities, Work Day, the March of Dimes drive, :md attended the Student Leaders Conference. BACK ROW: G. Lounsbury, J. Shafer, J. Va.nDeBrake, C. Slavens, K. Sligar. C. Walker. J, M ittoon I Breymeyer, J. Breyrneyer. D. Miller. R. Ricard, SECOND ROW: B. Whybark, L. Edmondson. R bilvestri FIRST ROW: D. Johnston, D. Wart, 5. Reynolds, S. Glaspey, G. Scribner, L. Robbins. J. Morley A Cameron, A. Ford. BACK ROW: A. Wieland. D. Miller, R. Kauzlarich, H. Volland, J. Breymeyer, J. Brey- meyer, R. Richard. Mr. Borck. THIRD ROW: E. O'Del1 J. Horrell, J. Va.nDcBrake, P. Miller. J. Doeschcr. G. Mersereau, -I. Richardson. SECOND ROW: D. Shirley, J. Fisher, J, Shafer, G. Layman, B. Reynolds, M. McGriff. FIRST ROW: T. Kennett, B. Shirley, G. Lounsbury. T. Ingram, L. Dukes. I Il ll e 0 d lub To initiate new members this year. the Gold club made each candidate box in the smoker which they sponsored on January 16. They also purchased athletic shoes from the graduating seniors to sell to newcomers. The officers were as follows: Jack Shafer. pres identg Bob Shirley, vice-president: George Mersereau. secretary-treasurer: Mr. Borck. advisor. gizff' fatter 614.6 The Girls' Letter Club participated in the Metropolitian Park Tournament basketball games this year as one of their many and varied activities. They also sold hotdogs and coffee at all the home football games. The CLUB was led by the President. Gladys Scribner, advisor, Mrs. Young, vice- presidcnt, Dorothy St. Martin: secretary, Brenda Francis: treasurer, Ellen Angel, point chairman, Dona Johnston: and assistant point chairman, Dixie Hayes. BACK ROW: Mrs. Young, S. Boyd, E. Angel, G. Schribner, B. Cameron, L. Moore, L. Smith, SECOND ROW: C. Collier, B. Francis, L. Robbins, M. Evans, D. Wood, D. Wart. FIRST ROW: P. Morgan, S. Jones, D. Johnston, D. fSt. Martin, D. Hayes. BACK ROW: P. Dingus, Mrs. Palmquist. I. Hageman. D.5t,M:1rtin. V. Fisher. li. llards. li. .Xnibrosin In. O'Dell, IN. Brown. A. Ford, L. Austill. B. Ball. B. Willis. FRONT ROW' L. Smith. I. Pratt. IS. Cameron, li. Ricard. T. Pruitt. C. Hartinger, M. Akins. ,fiftatiand Have you ever wondered why the library always looks neat and orderly? Or why the book you are after is usually in its proper place? Well, in case you have you should know that it is chiefly due to a group of students under the capable supervision of Mrs. Palm- quist. Our librarians do many jobs, including checking books out, putting books away and repair work. We should all be very proud of the way these students have carried on their job this year. Office Q'z'tf5 Under the direction and supervision of Mrs. Evelyn Russell and Mr. Don Batey. the office girls performed their daily duties this year. This included taking roll. answering the phone. meeting salesmen, and doing things the teachers might have requested. PROM Llilfl' TU RIGHT: B, Dolliver. I. Pratt. P. Connelly. A. Ford. M.5t,fNlartin. D. 'l'ollv. B. Young. N Kelli. 5. Jones. I. Hageman. B. MeNaul, R. silvestri. B. Shirley. 3 BACK ROW: G. Carey, K. Sligar, C. Walker, J. Breymeyer, J. Brcymeycr, J. Mattoon. R. Kauzlarich. P. Miller. SECOND ROW: Mrs. Bailey, 5. Reynolds, M. Evans, I.. Smith. A, Ford, J. Shafer. FIRST ROW: R. Silvestri, D. Johnston, B. Whybark, L. Cooper. TA ellaian .4 The Thespian Troupe 703 of the Nachos Valley High School. under the direction of their newly appointed advisor, Mrs. Bailey, have accomplished high goals this year. Among their numerous activities were the Christmas and Easter assemblies, and the presentation of the Drama Festival. Special recognition should be given the group for their introduction of penthouse style staging. Officers elected were as follows: President, Chuck Walker, vice presidentg 'I'ed Kennett, secretary. Gladys Scribner, treasurer, Arlene Ford, social chairman Jack Shafer. and Linda Cooper, clerk. 7. 734. The F. T. A. club has tried to offer any service that will help the teachers and will acquaint the members with some of the facets of instruction, The largest group task was giving the preliminary hearing tests throughout the school system. New members were added to fill the places of the twenty-one graduating seniors, Officers were: Dona Johnston. president: Janet Lindsey, vice-president, Yvonne Brownell. secretary-trea- surerg Dixie Hayes. historian: Tom Ingram, program chairman, Advisors are Mrs. Palmquist and Mr. Walker. BACK ROW: J. Shafer, P. Miller, C. Slavens. R. Kauzlarich, J. Breymeyer, R. McDonald J. Mattoon. C, Walker. J. Fisher, G. Layman. FOURTH ROW: T. Ingram, J. Lindsey, J. Morley. T. Pruitt, I-1. Angel. L. Moore, S. Boyd, L. Smith, R. Ricard. THIRD ROW: S, Reynolds, D. Wart, R. Cameron, C. Collier, M. Briskey. M. Jones, C. Kidwell. SECOND ROW: J. Schutt, A. Cameron, J. Lyons, D. Hayes L. Robbins. Y. Brownell, I. Pratt, FIRST ROW: Mrs. Palmquist. G. Baker, L. Austill, D. Johnston. N. Kelly, N. Brownell, D. Tolle, A. Ford. JR! BACK ROW: J. Robbins. W. Johnson, I-Z. Vance, C. Simmons. T. Kohl. li. Herring, F. Fife, D. Dunbar R. Francis. T. Hobbs. J. Birge, B. Gregorieh. FOIERTH ROW- -l. Dugan, D. Bailey. P. Howatt. F. Kime. J. Wood, T, Kennett, D. Stark, J. Walker. J. Fife. D. Francis, THIRD ROW: Mr. Dennery, D. Wetmore. T. Murphy. G. Long. G. Jefferson. D. Kennett, D. Walker. V. McNamera. L. Briggs. Il Jones. SECOND ROW: B. Clift, K. Knight, D. Ingham, A. Wesselius. M. Kauzlarich. D. Reynolds, IJ. Clit-tt. li. Zirkle, M, Fisher, R. Kime. FIRST ROW: D. Olson. J. Fisher. -I. Doesc-her, R. Long. G, 5 0 E 0 l gi The F, F. A, members are enjoying a new building this year and trying to match it with Laymen. A. Wieland. their achievements. Their apply judging team won first place at West Valley and seeono place in the state. The boys decorated a booth at the State Fair and sponsored athletic meet- ing. Second semester they played basketball with other F. F. A. groups. The officers are Ron Long, presidentg Arlyn Wieland, vice-president, Denny Olson. secretary: Gerald Doe- scher, treasurer. Gene Layman, sergeant-at-arms. ...ima Ii.-XCR RUVM IB. tiregorivh. IJ. Frtmeis, Mr. Dv.-ruiery, FHUNT RUNS: H. Kime. I". Kime. BACK RUM- T. Kohl. F. Kimc. H. Kime. Mr. DL-nm-ry. I-'ltf1N'I'lUM' ll. Gregorivh D. Francis. VI. Fisher. 4.1 ' Q li.-XCK HOW' B. Revnolds. Rl. Mc-Grew. li. Sligar, C. Walker. T. Powell. R. Long,C Slain-ns. 'lllllib AMW A. Orr. 5. Reynolds. Nl. livans. I.. Srnitn, -J. Buyan. N. VaChon. B. 5hirley.5l-.CUNIJ ROW- N, Biiller. Ci. Baker. Nl. Cliit. Xl. Jones. IJ. Olson. Nlr. llaines. lflli5'l' ROW- Rl, Maneinelli. .I. Webb. -9. Hlson. 5. Bresherirs. H. Pinkerton. Miss Lewis. ffl' Despite the short winter, the ski club had a very active season under the direction of Mr. Clyde Haines and Miss Rowena Lewis. The club officers were: President. C. Slavens vice-president. B. Shirley. and secretary-treasurer, S. Olson. Almost every weekend during the season the ambitious skiers could be found on the slopes of White Pass. They also went on an overnight trip to White Pass as a special activity. pq, em This year proved to be a very successful one for the Pep Club of N. V, li. S, under the inspiring leadership of President Rose Silvcstri and advisor Miss Rowena Lewis. The annual football banquet high-lighted this ycar's activities and popcorn was sold by the girls at all home football and basketball games. A change in uniform found the girls clad in attractive blue-and-gold plaid straight skirts with matching collars instead of the plain dark skirts and gold collars of yester-years. 5.-XCIX, ENV-X' Miss l.L-wis. lf. Ileralfl. N, VaChon. N. lirown. B. Cameron. 'II Pruitt. I. Pratt. lf. Xngel. 5. Boyd. C, llartinger. lfUL'RTll ROW: l'. Connelly. A. Orr, M. St.IXlartin. D. -Nart. I.. Smith. l. liuyim. l-I.U'Dell. li. Wood, P. Morgan. J. Vanllelirakc. 'l'lllRDRfJW I., Cooper. li. Whyhark, 5. Ulson. D. Illatthes. B. Pinkerton. D. Wood. D. St,Martin. C. Watson. J. Lyons. C. Whitaker. LCUND ROW: R. Silvestri. C. Collier. M. Sanders. A. Ford, L. Aust.ll, B. Noble, B. Young. l, Hzigeinan. B. McNaul. FIRST ROW: J. Clark. B. Willis. J. Kirksev. D. Johnston. 5. Jones, J, Johnson. l. Cassatt. 5. Brcshears. e4m1...4m Backing our football team with vigorous spirit were three enthusiastic yell queens, Linda Smith, Marlene Evans, and Linda Moore. Clad in their gold Burmuda shorts, navy blue blouses, gloves, and long socks, they appeared very striking. Audrey Orr, Martin McNamara and Barbara Wood kept the school spirit high during bas- ketball season. The girls chose for their outfits white sweaters and medium blue skirts while Martin wore white pegs, white shirt and a navy blue weskit. Linda Marlene Lmda ' s -0--ul'-of Audi L x Marty Barb ir 1 46 'KA' ms , -' F .Q ks , I :Wa , ' 4 f Q ff tara V, 1 - - f ' Q 1 .fongleadeu The musical part of the students participation during football and basketball season was capably led by our four song leadersg Rose Silvestri, Lynda Cooper, Dot St. Martin, and Bonnie Cameron. New musical notes in blue and gold chenille with their names adorned the girls' blue jumpers. This group was sponsoreddby the Pep Club and was elected by the Pep Club and members of the school band. Rose Lynda. Dot Bonnie 47 l V ' , Y" ,Z .ii -, I 'H' ww, . I : Y A e HONOR RULL QQVWGEQQS-Q QEVIELM wmmgiwoojnsmgvspygnssemmy1 Jmmmiillgftl WWf:NMERl5 SH LU HCTS WEEK 150 AQPTOXIH Hlgh bchool result of th hlgh school m0Hl9S for Sl t1ng of t and the Up1 f1nale Acts compr were as fell Olenlng s pl yed by t b nl, folle solo by horm Ionnny Bro Wie as a p1 A novelty t p dance wa Jonelee Cros Lhe eudler prew1e:of te by George en lnder the cabable leadersh1r of d1TOT J net rorley and 76VlSW had a very successful vear They sold candy to helm f1W3UCD twelve members to the DaPlflC s ooe Uzess Cl1n1c Wkl h was held February 9 93 lO 7 Tn adA1+1on to the Ran er 'ev1ew Bob SH1 ley lead a roup lW pUbllSh ne tb Koby Kat WblCh ment out to cv r a nunored schools tely 9200 NG adued to the Naches Valley PkLEAStJ studerts PICTLRZD ABOVH F1r t row fror left to r1ght L VOOTH1SS, N Kelly, P Poober se ond row P Wstes, S Fruen, C Kldwell B Young, U Tarler. Thll ov J Dukes, B Wood Ahrens, L FF31ZCT, P wh rley, P St art1n, R Sandlfer Last row I Forl y, T Shafer, J Lo1rup, 1 ausford, Pr lf 45 3 ood news of n r roll fcr nly orestu straigh UAH Audrey FQESH U1 51518 lnder P a m Q srowr 1 K1e F1sh F re, sybll C row, A n a THE R1NGER P e lelson, Tcbn ICT t uS+l , n, hstbryr 1 n hs bbacn Hut L1TdS y HnVTVw the off1c1al publ1c +1on ofthe N CHES VDLLFY HIGH Naches, V3Sh1DgtCH PUb1lSh9d weakly Journallsm Ielartw J net Vorley Robert Le Volf s HCCL, C LdltC AdVlS v L1nda fhrens News odltOT Jeck Shafer Sports Ed1t C rolyn K1ducll c +ur t kancy Kelly md1tcr l r ge fl' Fd1t r T BrH OF FFTPIC Q VU CHOLL rHr N C T L 6 ll S il ' l f- fN l I ' f Y A 1 I .. N- - " .- Q 'lu - I V S 4 K 1 1 ' , A 5 N 1 :f 1 '3 . 3 Q L fx . x., , '- . + , . . 1 , s , 1. F t .os ' ,-Q.. I A ..,-.J--' . X I - , - er, J , n .I ru A I " " 'HY Tr. . .. , G r : c . - cl ,1 h , .rx l A .W ."1 - 5 NJ' " N. - n . - C.i 1 ' 1 1 T' on U - 2 - s , 'D - C4 . lds nf u ll r' - 1 . . 4 1 - e Cn f 1' ' 1:4 i' 2 1, , ,. il? .L 5 , L ' . . .1 ll AJ .L.L.., . . . Q . . . CA.: ,, as . A C 4 -: - 4 H J: s - - n , ' C .. , , o . L. U A .. . ,. . yy, t , U , F J u, . by th U A U J ' ' ' ' u nent. adv1sor HDocH Wolf the Ranger R1chardson, N.Brownell, L. STkFF . - I. J V C ' f- - ' . , j . 0. 4 aaoaooaa T ... .1 . ' ' A U. . k r X. , . G 5 noon 3- xr ' .4 1 - ... .. . , ... xl . F . . . ,,-1 . . ' I :ou ., .. .L A . '. T YZ . ' ,J , L, . - NA . h p . 5 y A so ' VA 1- C . g,.C'n. , A -,, ,, r . 'A H 4 A ,C , L.. sooo: 15 o . .1. . gr -. F f - 'Jdq G - . . ooo. 'fe 4: .. .. ur H . - U o :f , . la v ' "' 4 'o T . .M ' Q 4, D 'F ,V 'so ' .la Q. 1. - 1 -. 1 . . -,A Lg . , - f . . . . .. ., J R v 1 1 V -e - n j Q. r', ' . 1 4 , -' .I 7 - 9 E-Io , '- 11 ' vw ' N V r ,- sie.- . . . e A V T- ., ' S A ' ':F !.7 .e-s fhD 1 s FO' FOURTH ROW: B. Clark, J. Lindsey, N. Brown,D. Linse, E. Angel, B. Cameron, L. Moorc,J. Buyzm, E. O'Dell. THIRD ROW: R. Cameron, L. Austill, M. Jones, Y. Brownell, I. Pratt, D. Wurt, M. Briskey, M. St. Martin. SECOND ROW: L. McPhee, D. Hayes, D. Eschbach, E. Hards, S. Reynolds, D. St. Martin. FIRST ROW: L. Edmondson, K. Ambrose, A. Baker, S. Olson, B. Whybark. nnuaf 51455 The 1957 Pioneer completed another successful year. Lynette Edmondson, with her excellent staff have put out another fine yearbook. In addition to these fine upperclassmen, we had many freshmen helping out. Staff Editors: Susan Reynolds, Jackie Buyan, Sara Olson, Becky Whybark, Dot St. Martin, Mary Briskey, Yvonne Brownell, Photographers: Jim Breymeyer, Annual Editor: Lynette Edmondson Linda Moore. Eugene O'Dell Assistant: Delores Wart. 8 31' Q3 'musici D "LG.tMCi fend OFFICERS: BACK ROW: G. Baker, J.'u-Elrllzlsey, J. Mattoon, G. Bailey, M. Stafford, FIRST ROW: B. Noble, A. Orr, M. Evans, L. Smith, B. Whybark. AWARD COMMITTEE: BACK ROW: M. Evans, J. Buya.n, J. Mattoon, M. Stafford, B. Clark. STUDENT DIRECTORS: BACK ROW: L. Moore J. Mattoon, J. Breymeyer. 52 r QP 0-'44 if 5 ' .55 'YJSQQ sq . . X I map' if' at 'J -M.: W? -f 41- is 5 ' 1 if 'f N, .v it-mia .Dc by xi. -7 5 Q 1 , f 255.-f , - Z A ig, E 5 5 3 5 s,f'gAf YW. . ' 4 x wi- 42 Liygllkfa ,hi Q Q14 YQ Lila' " , I X l , ' if 'm ffp , ,O Q g, 5 H 41,2 Whig 2 Q . - bf. Q Q 1 V,- S , i l f ' Q , 'B . Y 1 . . J X r , .1 - ' - .1 -'.', .Law " fs "' jx , 4130 H N' ii 5 'c gfoft OFFICERS: Back row: T. Pruitt, J. Lindsey, B. Cameron. Front row: E. Stevenson, A. Ford, J. Buyan. Not pictured: S. Glaspey. Choir Practice Choir Practice 54 z Y www- -W - Q N x x .N 9' Tw 'Xxx-,wx mwbwnsmw. X sz an V5 P QM Ng, 4 3 S, M X Q x X :.1:gkNfQ -:X-W N ip: if 1 1 I 15 4, 5 ' ,Z 4 W ' 2 4 f ' , z MT 3 4, :V 5 , if 'ag , .?. -Q? " , ,-ff , .P fin I L? if . ,f 71 ff , 3433 f gi 42 mmm' ""'-ww , A M, 5 wwmnrf W. W, , ,,. zyawy,f:4'w,Q ww., .Af J' . MQ. 'fum-wawmw-wM,u WW 'Mi' ' ev. f" , , ,K MW ,Vx f . H aw ,Mx -if ! f? .. Q x H, 'Q , .. 44' Father ---- Mother ---- Betty --- Bud- ----------- Kathy ----------- Mr. Brinkworth Ralph --------- Repairmzm --- Bud's Friend -- Mrs. Wembly ---- Mrs. Woolsey --- Policeman ---- Policewomzui -- Janie -------- Romona ---- Patty -- - eniot glam: pfay "FATHER KNOWS BEST" Directed by Mrs. Duane Bailey Staging by Mr. Duane Bailey ----Paul Miller ---- Ellen Angel -----Marlene Evans ----Chuck Walker ---- Becky Whybark ----Jon Muttoon -Gary Nieman George Carey -Jim Bransford Susan Reynolds -- --Gladys Scribner ----Randy Trembly Dona Johnston - - - - Leoru Robbins Arlene Ford Rose Silvestri Mr. Archer. .. Corliss Archer... Mrs. Archer. . Dexter ........ Mildred ..... Aunt Agnes .... Mr. Franklin. . . Mrs. Franklin Doctor ........ Betty. . . Maid . . . uniot efau pfay "Meet Corliss Archer" Lighting, staging and tickets by Thespizins, under direction of Jon Mattoon and Gladys Scribner. Business Manager, Tom Ingram Roland Dt-:ui Linda Smith Szirzi Olson Kurt Sligei' Sybil Glaspc-V Bonnie Cxinicron Howard Jackson Nzincy Vtichllll Ronald Dean Twyla Pruitt Delores Wart fix: Q, Q Ld, 3+ vb if. 5 V99 s.. 1 RRND Wg! g BACK ROW J Tlmmons L Moore J Buya.n B Cameron onette The Nonette was dlrected by Mr Graham The glrls sang at var1ous funct1ons throughout the year, mcludmg the School Muslc Festlval and Mother's Tea fence and The Dance Band was orgamzed thls year by students 1n the school band It was dlrected by Mr Graham They played at Hlghland Grandv1ew and for the Soda Pop Hop and one matmee dance at the school They pract1ced every Fr1day alternatlng second and th1rd perxods FRONT ROW S Breshears J Breymeyer M Stafford B Pmkerton L Moore L McPhee G Baker M Sanders SECOND ROW L Sm1th B Clark D Banley K Kmght J Lmdsey G Monosm1th R Long J Breshears B Th91S THIRD ROW G Long R Fr1esz P Howatt J Breymeyer J Mattoon D Brownell M Evans STANDING Mr Graham B Noble Not plctured Jack1e Buyan Fnorrr ROW: D. wart. M. Evans, L. smith. 15. I-zschbach. MARCH OF DIMES TALENT SHOW Norma Brown Johnny Breshears Baton Act and Tap Dance Jitterbug Preview "This is Your Life" "The Little Peach" "Art of Make-up" "Southern Skit" Deleine Eschbach Accordian Band Number Uke and Song Number Comedy Baton Act "Sentimental Journey" "How to Trim Your Husband" Clara Hunter Accordian Duet "Three Hicks" "Elvis Presley in the Ozarks" "Small Girl with a Baton" Ronald and Roland Dean "Pie in the Face" 61 I CDQQO. gpm . l N !,!','I QM f ' W I X 1 Hycf., . Di fx n I if .", 4 I ' P ki I I X I , ,vw COACHES: Mr. Thomas, Mr. Leonard, Mr. Borck. MANAGERS G Smxth W Meeks M Mancmelh L Dukes fi? .Ar-1 1 15 Q 3 'V I 1 1 f JM l"i""A r"Q'-x vm 35. MYN 'Wx ...S XIII ll bf: L N X Jerry Breymcyer Don Shirley Rollyn Kidd IWW ...JE Jam VanDeBrake Gene Layman Gary Lounsbury 67 James Fisher George Mcrscreau Mark McGriff I I 1. J' - 1 S-..- Chuck Lounbburk Lirrx fxllilgdll Turrx Ixohl wwamf Xa.. Tad Seward Jgrrx Rxcard Dennls Olson 68 Nlclxm NIQG1Lw Jlm Hoxrdl Ron Rlcard 1. 7 ,I ' X , . Us Q 4 f- I 1 , fo 1 A K Yi X B Lx Wx ' v' 4 f S KX H ,. Y S , ' 1 V -M I 1 g E f ' . ' , U xy ' I 2 - .ff . A' M-X ' E' A " 1 v A , 1' A . - A gf zr 7? ,V gy ,sv 'uhm i7nq,,,,, me I-my -,QW 'f' 1 ez 12 'Pl 'Km Nhmwqjifdw, T Ingram H Volland N Keep R Francls B Saddler J Manrmg C Lounsbury J bhafer Walker 69 L 'F ff . Ifv df' K . 2 , , L , '-X., ff' Q W Q filgmlem ' L , if f , , V , R , Q X M -..,, . V. I me Nm, " Q ' s 4 rf 4. I N I , 3 " V' ' N 'ffm , I , 9 ' ' 0 I Q A ' ' 3 f I h I 1 5 44, f 4 Q V N 1 . A ' f l ,.. T 5 6 f ,fe A .f-. i 5 I 2 k . V' ,. , ,A 1 ' 1 e A' . 1 , W 7 .. .Z !5y,f,k,l,,l V2i,WM , V - A1 , H Q f V Q F .egg ' W ., M 4, N I+, , --v' rg uf , f gif L ',', 2? if "1 ' 1 My 1 .ie ,Z Jerry Jim Richardson Breymeyer Bob Shirley i Jack Jerry Shafer Breymeyer Darrel Miller Jim Mr. Borck Horrell This year Naches has basked in football glory. Three members of the championship team- Jerry Richardson, Jim and Jerry Breymeyer-were on the mythical valley first tczini. -Izinics Horrell made second teamg -luck Shafer third and honorable mention went to Darrel Miller zinrl Bob Shirley. The team and coach are to be congratulated on a most successful year. 2-61 Ixacheb Naeheb N lcheb Nachos Nachos In icheb N 1ches N uhm Nachos belah West Vflllu M I1 quette W'1p.1to L1lf.nSbu1 g G1 ands lew P1 obber H1g,hl md Pasco SECOND ROW K Knxght W K1dwc,11 M F1sher D Terrell J R1card G Jefferson FIRST ROW G bmlth W Meel D Kennett R Zlrkle I Neumeyer L Lounsbury C Salbbulx J Tolle M hI3IlL1l'lL111 4 I v, x, ' . 1" - 1' 27 1' 1 H1 ' 1' 20 1 ' 1 1 1" 1 ' 28 1 ' 19 1 -1 ' 'z ' 40 ' " ' z 1 1 48 ' ' ' 1 1 1 1 ' 43 '1' z . ' 7 1 1 - 1 ' ' THIRD ROW: Mr. Dick Thomas, P. Howatt, P. McCracken, B. McGriff, L. Miner G Long ax at ff 1 'Cf ' 1 4 0 If an we ,W fasfetfall J. Horrell J. Kauzlarich G. Lounsbury J. Fisher 74 1 J. Walker J. Breymeyer J. Richardson B. Breshears J. Breymeyer T. Ingram J. Shafer F. Fife F. KIIHB G. Doescher G. Mersereau Mr. Borck 75 34416416411 U' . . '15 Nachos 33 1 47 31 51 41 34 61 44 40 52 48 45 62 44 62 .f'coze.4 ML11'quette Selah Prosser Toppenish West Valley Highland Cle Blum Grandview Marquette Grandview Selah Prosser Toppenish West Valley Highland Cle Blum ul ".f'guaal 33 66 39 49 33 67 56 68 62 58 63 44 63 45 45 78 BACK ROW: W. Johnson, R. Francis, T. Hobbs, B. McGriff, P. McCracken, J. Dugan, D. Thomas. FRONT ROW: N. Anglin, D. Shirley, L. Willman, B. Gregorich, D. Wetmore, J. Manring. en! 7 P 1, 4' lr. L : J 0 5 r , Y 4,5 3 r ' . 'Q X Q Ili' Q. Ill N pvm. 2 J, We ' .J nw, . H. 5. 1 A 9 ,, 5.1 Q 1 7-' if I ,in is , 2 zu 14 -is I A 1 41+ L... I A x!ls ' v Q Q 5 i is gl' CU not I 1 Q " fi " - bf- - fv- .Q-.Jain L 1 1- 7 ' . C V , . ,. , J 9' A -az , --M wt ' " 3 'f .v " , 4 new . as .. ,M Y -W em Y V 9,,?. V wtf- , f -ef nf, 13.21 G. Lounsbury J. Shafer J. Va.n De Brake D. Miller 54446411 The baseball team for 1957 was a team full of returning lettermen. These included Jim Breymeyer, Jerry Breymeyer, Jack Shafer, Tom Ingram, Jack Va.n De Brake, and Gary Lounsbury. Added to these were many future letter-men-to-be. All in all Naches entered competition this year with boys who were willing to fight "fair and square" to keep Naches on top of the heap. Q as 3 i s J Je. 1' 5... u- -.. 4, L -jQ""i'Zf'f" S? ., ta fm. ' J' :J J A. i 1 ,f'.:'1,I:,'f' 1 1525 :5,g.f,g,i ' 4 M -. --" E 4' Q L: - Z .-, . 5 Y z - ., I "Z, gf , . ' Ln A f J. Manring C. Walker F. Kime J. Fisher T. Ingram J. Mattoon J. Breymcyer J. Breymeyer TLV!" :iw .. .', ...M W, 0 U -5 If L. Morgan B. Gregorich T. Hobbs Mr. L90!laI'd Front row D. Emerick, I. Neumeyer, B. Bertsch, M. Fisher, J. Emmerson, R. Zirkle, K. Knight Back row C. Salsbury, F. McEntire, R. McDonald, R. Mattoon, L. Briggs, D. Huck, Mr. Thomas W 5 .f .var s ...Q Jr ov- tum pf ef ay X 5 m fx' ' vo 1 A L ' TQ Sl x 5 , 4 ,VW , 1. i ,- 265 N P ' 4 A.,- 5. 1 4 3, 5 'f' 4 .. .. AH 1 'X S . -5 fw-3. num., bl' 4. , ig, . , ,va M Ana -JK uf .W 44: .rn . -Q, . W. ,1 ' , 51' I .- 4-. .. "'4 fl, 1, 5 ,A . -. ' '- A HA , u 'N-Q53 r,, V. ,rf J..- ,. 1 Q. A .L..hg. 3 1 ,'- R '. ,gf .,.. , 1--. ,-.sk A. . 4 H ', 3417, .V mv .:,'KJ,, A ,-' .ff . '.f'Qfm:5,. , wx. . , i . ' I . ,.,.a-v' '- . Zz. , ,A -,. Q V ,KQV ,.. " , " 'L -311, -.X I ' V.f' 'Ji " 'fV'nf,,: L. "' - .A . 4 -4, A ,lQf,,xf .I .M""" 4- ' X' 1- T", '- - L. 1. I 1, .Qf':,, if Sys. .' ,- - Pl A' ik f, if-ft ,-, :44?'1 A- xg- 21.4.3 " ' .' Qjefj-""'. , - ff' L ' "' "- Ii 'e.4- ,Jn X A uf' f 1-nk - ' n- A .'- -1-'R'-. '. ,' 9 .-. 1. .fu-f.L':? V by--..!,:. P,'.!:vA,. 5 ,. ,. - ' 'gil 4'-Q. , 1,5 V-I 1 Y. ,., 3,3 ' . ,,-, V - -' y, . - -j, Rf b V, 4 -, .gr .Jn ' va - X, u- , Au-.yi-gn Yi x A. .. ,. J, , ,arf-.x H ur Y 2 , fr, 4, Q f , W-jfx ,Afiffi ig,-ey 'sr -ff 3 H" '? .w .- 4 sf' 45' "7 ' fi? We , 1,79 A f ku Q 1 QQCCCL " Z 1 I 11 k - f' I lr . ,Jn- , v jf l,v l .V 1 -L 'J W ' X ' , Y ,I ,J " f ' . 'v 1 ,J , 'X' x ' Af' . f 1 ' , ,I , N f , , , " 1? 1 ,' 'fx 1 f V -, A , , ' 1 ,f I 'V,. , . M ' c J , U' K . fd V A Y r V ' K., . ,I gl, - ff ,f 1 ,1 ,, u '-' , v 1 Y f f 0, . 1 - . ,X V , I-. ' . K , 4' 1 ,. ,. W.. ,,,,.z 1 A ' A . l ' 4 4 The thump- of thc CIQUICLI VVHS IIllI'X'l'St Moon. with all of the classes having ll part in decorating. A goud time- was hurl hx' 1111 as thvy rlzxm-mi to Lhu musm of Iiill I311I'bL'l"S Urch- 051111. 13.4 1 x'6i,.'L.. '-55 Lb 5 A M-W., - ,gr '-Sf? ""' xx-. . X . . l - -.V N I 22 pry ,- ,apt -IQ 1: - 'F 'gig 1 f f 0. HA, F 1324, Eff ' Q- ff 1: .4 '1 ff' Aww ,L I.. ,335 -4 QW: 'Wi 14 gf ,ffm Assay, fgxgkglff 'wk 1-2+ -gl, H' I Neff 'ij ,ff 'Q v omecominy oyafty ' 1 i I 7,71 1 fy, 1 Gif? f av ' ,,,,n,1,,, 2, 0 0 my Mark McG1'11t H ' ff ,, ffl Sw 35: 'qi fifygw , My ,,,,gg,.,fzA. fra f ii Wav: P' 1 KQG-I To punish the girls for crimes done during Twirp Week the BOYS held Kangaroo Court on March 20, 1957. After a fair and just trial the girls, being found guilty, were pun- ished by the BOYS. On Friday, March 21, the girls were ordered to appear at school in their loveliest., The girls did, but in 1920 "Flapper Fashion." N.- j I S X .Q f ' ' fj- I I K 1 .-1 'i - ,, .Wt ,' X, 1 v,. I q 1 I .- ' 4 , Y . ' . 4 . 4 V' ' 'f' ' K A ff J- f ' A , H- , if A v Z- ' J., ' "Q - ' "X -, ,ng . x lp I N I 4 git , 4 ' . ' A Q, x l 5 X ' - 'mf' X . ' ' Pi- A , ' If f A. 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