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

 - Class of 1958

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Al' EJ ,,, ,,, 3' QV 4 , 4' P. k K I , bl -- ,A ' lg-QCA 4-A ., J r Foreword THE THEME POP THE l957 1958 PIONEER IS IIMEMORIES THROUGH OPEN DOORSIV THE STAFF HOPES THAT AS YOU OPEN YOUR BOOKS, THE CONTENTS WILL. REMIND YOU OF THE MANY HAPPY DAYS YOU SPENT AT NACHES VALLEY HIGH SCHOOL MAY EACH PICTURE PECAEI. A FACE OR A VOlCE, EACH WORD INVOKE MEMORIES THAT LAST MAY THE MYSTIC CHORD OF MEMORY BIND R FELLOW STUDENTS AND TO OUR TEACHERS US TO OUR S CHOOL DAYS TO OU DELORES WART, EDITOR 4 fw C NI L ' 1 r Q. f V K' flilf. I ,fic 'J-4 , f- ll XV, nyk, af: IV 1 ' f i , K , W fl1R!! 1 K T , !4T,f1' K A I C Q O I , . f ff Xxx f- -X X I , rn I ,7A - 1 ' K I .WEN I ,Q -I IT' ly ., 'VA X!! , f f-'I f, ,1 1 f QC TAM A , 1' K fr xi V, , 4 -, 'w ' If KA - H A I V! F fl ,Cf lijyvfi ffffxif If! 'ZY1 XM jk' JN 1' f ' w ,, . I jf I I f ,' ' k I 'ji Q ' Ono 2 , . wgwauin 'f 1 F I v J ,.,,,...-v-0 HHHHIHI EX ww W -. Q-.jr J A JUSD WJPFBWZJ'-' . ,,, 15:5 514' 02 aw. 'HTG ', IWW ' ' ' Yah-lW,,,,.q,s.f,Afg"". Wu' -AK DMI' s DG. M45 WO W o V an at-sp-9 rgff' W A , afinqi-43. wsfi-fww,,,.,.,,,,4 2 ,, W, A, x W., Gr W.. .,,,k,.4s.npun-2rD- sl' Ffnn Dedication Th1rty e1ght xeaz s spent as a loung teaehe1 and trlend ot Naches H1gh School stu dents IS we bclxeve a 1911131 kable record of ach1evemcnt Hundreds of formcx DUDIIS w1ll testlfy that Mls Palmqulst can remember almost everythmg about them fsomc for her as thev have been for all who haxe been prwlleged to be miluenced by hex To M1s Rose Palmqulst fO1 her lnsplratlonal teachmg and gmdance we loxmg dedlcate th1S 1958 annual May she long l1ve to enjoy Watchlng from the s1de llnes o o times too muchlj. We can only hope that these associations have been as rewarding y . . u 1 . . . . . -H Y V. ly Five l E 1ght From Our Superintendent The themes for our school annuals change each year but they are always fresh and expresslve of the many school experlences that mean so much to all of us Youth hab1tually looks to the future and students often do not reahze that Lxve these happy days so fully and profxtably that the memory of them w1ll always be pleasant and not tmged w1th the gnawlng regrets that you d1dn't take advantage of your many opportumtlcs to learn NED PHILLIPS 0 the days portrayed in our yearbook will be cherished forever. From Our Principal Ihave enjoyed workmg w1th the class of 1958 the past four years and Iknow the faculty Joms w1th me m W1Sh1ng them success for the future It has been the goal of the faculty to develop respons1ble cltlzenshlp How well we have succeeded w1l1 be demonstrated m the years to come We are con f1dent that the class of 1958 w11l cont1nue to be a credlt to the commumty DON R BATEY Nme - 1 . - n o MR E M BOKCK MILS RAYMOND STRAND MH EDGAR MCNEAL GL ru 1 11 Iv .ith Ian uV1,,m Art Photogr hv Ath 1 111 A151 bll. S0141 Q V Q-nu MISS ROWI:.NA LEWIS MRS NED PHILLIPS MISS BETTY COW AN World P1 oblgmb bpnmbh Homc Econormcs W 1sh1nf1on Hxstorx si- MR If LMILR LEON '-.RD NIRS ROSE, P XI 'NIQL IS I' MR ILDMOND DILNNLRX thL1'111 Lum L wn A xlpul Xthh tl: MR DONALD GRAHAM Music ,wwf MR. ROBERT LEE WOLF Language Arts N '5 qw-fu-cab, 15 MRS PAT RLSSELL MR RICHARD MCCONNELL Commercial U S History Sociology MRS. DUFF YOUNG MR. PHIL WILLIAMS Physical Education Art Journalism - Typing Science General Math "Camera Shy" 4 MR. CHARLES MCGUINNESS Industrial Arts MR. DICK THOMAS MRS. DUANE BAILEY Drivers' Training Language Arts Washington History Speech Eleven X ADNlbltRm lN s Floltncr 51: url M1 Don G1 llhtlll Four teen PRESIDENT: Don Rcinmuth :Ai 'C' .gn-Ai Seniors . Class of 1958 Presxdent Don Remmuth led the sen1or class the1r last year at Naches Valley Hlgh School The adv1sers for th1s successful year were Mrs Flor ence Strand and Mr Don Graham The Class of '58 started thexr h1gh school career as the largest freshman class 1n the hlstory of the school Out of th1s number of 103 'frosh 79 wxll graduate The presldent was Joe Kauzlamch The Class of '58 won the prxze for the best float ln the Sportsman s Day Parade themr Sophomore vear Tom Ingram was the president As a Jumor class they successfully presented a class play 'Meet Corllss Arch 1 and the Jun1or Scnlor Banquet Kurt Sllgar relgned over the class presented the class play Arsenxc and Old Lace They were actxve 1n all school act1x1t1es and repre sented the school well ln all out of school functlons Other offxcers were uce pres1dent Barbara Wood secretary Twyla Prultt treasurer Janlce Schut soclal chaxrmen Becky Anderson Jlm Walker and room chalrman Jerry R1ca1d Th1s class helped fmance the newly purchased blue stage curtams whlch were ln usp Commencement for thelr memor1al Ctnr o 0 0 E ' , ' , ' in I ' 7 ' - vw uv . . - l Y ll ' ' 5 H VI ' A . , . , v - C Ja, A - In the school year of graduation, the senior class , YI ' YI. . . . V, . - . 1 V. - . , , ' . ' . S 9 9 ' 7 9 V A 1 ' . . y 1 I '11 l AYERS, VIRGINIA "Slum tw lu- quivl. Girl! Lingua- I-.1-4. AINIBITION: 'Ninn-," BALL, BILLIE "XX0i'k1r:1I1ln--nnlnu. ' Girls' Lvilguv IA: I,1!v1'1x1'1Lin,iMI: IR-uClu11.i-4: Cnllu cnc: -I: All H1121 Clw1i2f:Bmxl1liLY Cluli 4. AINIBITION: 'T I H112 Iv. X -.wrk lm' u lilglil-in 4 ull. H BIRGE, JI-IKIIY "'Tli1'Zf1:::l-rw uri- my munii. 1- u: I-mil ful u1.' Bxirvlfzill l- Q. .VX S-n.:1f ,L-2. .XINIBITIUN 'I"Lx:':: vi: ' BUYIJ, SXNIJILK 'mul 5.111 I 1 1!'. :X 1:11 ',.,-1X.li':r.ylilwu1- xsfllllyz.. ir- 4'1l.'.'r fix .- ii ,--, z.. 1- lNwClul1J-1 .l.. H gn Cn'-.i l. III-Iyfw1lii:1'. Nur., lJ1X!', ' N ,I J-I Culll-4' af :i:i:i:g1 1, .'XINlI3I'I'IUN. I7 .4 Ili in' lfpu-i':nlw A+: -11-rilzilu-Xrxiliitlii G1-urgzgi Xiu-I my xx 1'1'Ifw," Sixteen AHRliNb, LINDA "Thr Ii1'NN11I"Iwi inn- flutx ir ilu- gviwfvnci- lu luliill nnwlru-:', ' Stuflunl Cwuncal 4. ASB lfugmi' Erlilui' -1: IJHQJOI' Siali ZS-4. Iiclilw Girls' Lvziguf- .Z-I: Claw Plan' -41 Tull-nt Shim 2-1: Tlufspians 4 Stullunl Lf-uflm-iw C-11111-i'i-ni-v fi-I. All-High Chnii .Z-24: Mufic FL l1Y3.lb .l-J.G1i'l55puV15 Dux lIfllL'f1SlJLII'QjZ-lf. AMBITION, l'I'I'll'1'iLfII Cwi'1'i-niwwli-nl ui- on-i'fc-as rf-i1oi'u'i'. 4' ALLISTON, J.XCKIE1I.YUN5y "Tlu'i'v lblJlll'lT1n'YlIIIIK', ilu-f-li-mul m1l4'i'.lli'a-ul l11n-.' Girls' I,r'1I,.fLlx' I-I: 'Iul-'nl Slum .L, I"'I'A Lffi. Hwnwi' iiwll l-244, P- if Clun 1-4. Lllliu-' G rl 1. Bi llx Ciwvlwi' II1w:i.n-ri,ul4i-r uIk'I'v111Jl'i'rVk I ,-XMBITIUN: I'xv :ily-ziilvI-:11uli1i'wll1lii:." ANDERSON, .-XIKLENE "Tlmugl11xx1ll nut xxurlx 1-xc:-111 in SlIl'l14'l'. H Girls' Luagus- I-lg PL-ga Club I-4: Bmxling: Club 4. AMBITIUN: "Tn hc :L ,ty-imgiwlphn-i'. " ANDERSON, ROBECCA "Bucky" "Nothing great was uw-r zichicu-fl withwut unlhusiajnz. " Class Officc-i' 41 Girlh' League I-2--41 Asus,-mbly Committee 12: Girls' Lette-i' Club I-2-MI: Lilvrarian 2: YI-ll LL-umlcr Z--1: PCD C I-2--1, Olficei' I-2-4, Drill Tc11n1Z--1: Olficv Girl -Ig Annual Small 4g Homecoming Queen 41 Tumbling T1-um 4. AIVIBITION: "None, " N94 s-4' if 1 vi ss" CONNHLLY, DICK "I"1'1r'n:-hm is mtlvrllgz-1'lh1u1lunzlrm-ul." Buvs' Fuclvxullvln I-1: Buxlng Iimlplc-11 J. AMBITION: "IVIuc'hanic." CAMERON, BONNIE "I-'Luth IS the cfmllnualtion ul rl-zlswn. " Girls' LL-agL1c I--I, Offivux' -I1Sl.LIlll'FIICOLlI1I'Il I: Claus l,lllY5 S5--I: Tal:-ntSl1f:wZ--I: Tlu-spluns I: GlI'lS' I,--th-V Club ZS-,Ig Lllmrzxrizln I-Ii:S1mLj l.I'ftllt'I"l'l1 Hfmwl' liull fl: Slulll-nl I.1,zxfll-lm C'mlv:'m- -I: Cwllm-,gc Cvmln-rn-ncu -I: P4-pClul1 I-4, 0ILl1cL'1'J3-4, DI'1ll 'I'r::1m I All High Ch-'nr' I-I, Olflcc-1' fl, ITL-Si'Ic-nl II: Nwnctln- 3-4, Mu- Festixal I5-VI: Annual Staff I-I: Chmsmzuf Plaxb 2. AMBITION: "N0m-." DAVIS, AIQDIIIQY IBERTCHQ "Gy-QL-v ymilulpg mmlcblv. as pwliu-In-55 mmilutcm l'iIIItlII4."uh. " Gll'lSl lmalglxv I-Ig Ilnnm' Rfrll IAI: ASB Blmlwllmrvhlzlnzlggf-1' I Oixlicn-G1x'l -1. AMBITION: "Tw Inu L1 :ec1'1-Ilxrvmlrl I-saw LI lzm11Ix', " DEAN, ROLAND "limi" "Fa1lh is thc fowl- of llfc. " INIIIIIIIAUIN I11'St Svrm-su-1'. BRESIIEH5, BOB 'Hu wf:14.lL1'f, ,ahw ull 1..,'L':. " Bmw' l"ll'IlL'I'3.lI'lU I-I. Iwmlljull I-I. A Squml 1-4: Basluvlllxlll I A Squcul .i: Bwxlng I-I, Trask La-ll--1' 'P-' AMBITION: "Bm-lu-vm-:I unrl I-'zlrn vr BRISCOIQ, BONNIE ... rf. "SiIcm'c Iw the 511r1L'luI1r'j.' Ol plwcr-llpnc-0. " Glflfl I.:-uquv I-4:Gi1'lr' Lulu-1'Clul11: Pez: Club 3: OII1cvG11l 4: INII-lrvmulllnn Gunn-5 4. AMBITION: "SI'u1'vl:11'f.' zmll ln' Iru,-n-If 'A 1th ilu- unc: xxlw :ul wllllngt-IIII-tru-r1llw:llN+." BRONX N, Cf-.liUI.YN UI .XTSONI HN :thing Vaxw,-r lhzm zw :al gmllm- Gzri-' Imzlgul- I--I: Ilwrwl' Iiwll I-ig IM-U Clun .L-I, Bmw I, AINIBITION: "Tulu-tl1n- :wrllxn-1' wt :lx L-hllflrl-n C.XINIlillUN, 1'-.IiLIiNl'l .-X:'l IN nw! .ry IILIINJII, Im! IllLlrI'Ill Slulll-l1lCuul1v1l :ig A4lxm'll:w1ng ISI xuzlgs-1' ii: Glrls' L+-'wuw I- I- I' F X ,, . .I-I: Iflwrlm' Iiull I-Z-I..,Xmu1't1fll1, Llula -I. Pzw-f.1rl1-nt4: Culll-N Clmll- 11- nu- I. AMBITION: "Tutr1lxul xlrouml lhl- xwwrlrl " ?- KW 'NAI tis.-gr 'W-all' naw Q it ESTES, PATSY "To woman ailenct- gives her piwmput' gractf. " Paper Staff 3--lg Girls' Lt-agua 1--1, Btmv-ling Club 41 Ollict- Girl 4. AMBITION: "Bcautic'ian." ESCHBACH, DELLINE "Deen "It is in lt-arning music that many youthful hearts lcarn low. " Class Officer 2: Girl! Lt-aguv 1-Z-4: Talent Slum' 1-2-41 Honor Roll 1-2-41 Collogu Cuntwrencc -4: Band 1-2--lg All High Chnir 1-2.- 4, Offict-r 4: Nom-ttu 1-2--1: Musin- Festival 1-2--lg Annual Stull 1- 2-4: Valctlicttirian -1. X. AMBITION: "Lcpi't-rliaiuii. 'Take no tlmuglit for tht- tttoi'rms' " '- FIFE, FRED "Thu xxurl11wzi5 matlt' tu ln- tfnym-11, ' Buys' I"t'flct'I1tion 1-4. Tzilnnt Slwvl 2: Firt- Committot- .iz Bm! Lc1tc'l'CluhZi--11Cht-sf Club 11-4. Bottling Clulm 11 FFA 25-1: Bas- ktftluall 2--1, A Squatl IL-11 Bwxing 1-J. AMBITION: "Pru-B11-ltt-1111111 plat- r. " FISHER, JIM "Fun has nu limits, " Stutlvnt Council 4, Bm-' Ft-t1t't-:ttnm 1--1, Ul'ttt'1-r -li Claw- l1l:1-.- -lg Talt-nt Shun 2: Firm- Cuiititzittw- .21 Buvs' 1.1-tt:-r JS--1, 1-"Ill 3- Off1Q'L'l' 4, lrusirlvnt 1: Stutlunl 1.1111-it-ra Coti1't-i'vtict- 4: Fl",X 1-4. Olfiut-r li: Fwpthall 1-4. A Squatl I-lg Baakt-tlxall 1--1. .'lSqtiat1 .1-1: Boxing Z-14: Basc-ball 1-3, A Squad 2-Zi: Cullogv- Cnntt-rt'tit't- 1. All vuiit-t rnflttjaii 4. Battling chi, 4: Cht-ss Clull 1-1' AMBITION: "T0at'ht-t'. " K E ightee n DEAN, RONALD "Hun" ilzlntrriwizirm lit-gut: cnthusiasnif VN itlitlrt-tx tirst st-mentor. DOESCHER, GERALD "Jerri" "Tu a xoung hvart c-vurything is fun. " Stuflt-nt Cnuncil 4: Bins' I-'t-clc't'1ltiun 1--1. Sztfvtt' Cumitzitttlt- 41 Firt Ctm.n.ittt-tl 23: Bm! Lt-ttet' Club ZS--1: FFA 3-4, Oflict-1' LS-1, Prt f dent 41 Funtball 21--1. A Squad li-41 Basketball 1-3, A Squari L51 Boxing 1-fig Track 1--1. AMBITION: "Farntur. " DTQKES, LEROY "Thu greatest nwrlit-inc is a true friend. " Pagwr Stall' -11 Buys' Ft-deratmn l--11B0y'S' Letter Club Z-1: FTA Z:O1fictlBoy41 B 'Xing 3: Track :S-41 Bowling Club -lg lfttfrtluall lllanagvr 2-3, Bawkotliall Manager 25 Christmas Play 2. AAIVTBITIONZ "Good M ill l1I'IlhZ15Sflfl1JI'.u EMMONS, CHARLOTTE "Bc silent and safe--silence nevur betravs. " Pant-r Staff 45 Girls' Lvaguc 1-41 Metropolitan Park District Sports 3-4. AMBITION: "Dental Assistant. " P 'SW gl' 'C , Q 'ww if 'lli 'ww HANSHEXN, HAROLD 'lEl'1llUI'HI'1CO is the niwiwning qu:1l1tx'. " B-ws' F1-duration 1-4: Class Oflin-I-1' 33 All H1gh Choir l-2: Music I"-.-stixul 1-2: Buxmg Emblem 1. AINIBITION: HINI1-cl1111'1iC." HAYES, DIXIE "A111b:11wnl1u-1111 rn-st. " Girls' l.v11,gu1- 1-1: G11'ls' Loiln-1' Club Z-4, lllllL'l'I' .S-1. l7I'4'Sl1lQI'lI 4: FTA 2-4. Officer 51-4: Annual 5111112-4: CullcguCflnil-1'1-lice'-1: 1811-lmpolitzln Park Spurts 3-41 E111-nsbuvg Play Day 2-4. AMBITION: "To be- happy and tu lvud a hnbpv life. " HUDSON, MARY "Siu-1'1'h 15 of lllllif, wilifnce 1m1rlL?lL'1'n1lY.'l PLiDL'1'Sll1l.f 41 Girl-' 1,1-agus 1- 1. AMBITION: "Bl-L111111'1:1n." INGKAM, TOM "Bo trul- In voui' :mn h1ghcst c+111x'1ulirmns." Buys' FL-1lu1'aIi0n 1-41 5LudQnlCf1unc1l 2-1: Class Offiu-1' 2-3, P11-Slrll-nt Z1 Tz1lwnlSh11w 2: A551-iigbly Cuiixmiileo 4: Boys' Luftei' Club 2-1: FTA 2--1, Officer 3: H11no1'R0ll 1: Student Lcruluis Con- fi-1'vncv .Z-4: All High Choir Z-4, Music Fr-s1ival2-4: .'xF1T'll1i1lSIClff .3-4: F1m1bz1ll2-4, A Squad 3-4. All Valley 4: Basketball 1-4, A Squad 2-4: Bascbnll 1-4, A Squad 1-4: Brwvs' State Ropiw-91-ntalixe J. C1111-Q0 Conll-1'un1-11 -11 Businm--s Managv1'Clf1ss Flax' :ig Chu-5 Club I-.i. blaslvi' 111 C1-ren10n11-5-J1'.-Sr. Bllflfllllbl Ii: Pl11'I'lQI'llDhOI' 4. H1111.1-u1111'1r1g.fl'1'111l'1- -1: T1-vn Club Board 1: Bowling Club 4. AMBITION: 'VT11 bv 115 xxisi- us M1'. Pliilluis and IIS cvwnscivntiruls LI- Mrw. b11'Lxn1l," lflillirz, l3lfI"l'Y 1lJUI.lVlilU 'X 1,-1111-1L1n1 1131 nl: -.lihznu1'111"-:An-1'i111'1:luf1n1l." Cl11-- O11 1-1' 1' 3-4: G.z'l-' L1-Llfguw 1-4, L1b1'a1'1:m 1. 5111 Club Z: Oiiiw- G.1'l .1-41 All H1411 CIVJII'-5441 Music Fi,--tivuls.lNlvI1w11f1ul.- tm Park F:w1'tb.l. AMBITIQN: lSlJCI'L'I1I1'X and ba' '.K1Il'1 1'l.XllUSlJCll'1il.M l'lIll,'EH, MARVIN A111111-u1u'111'sa slugw. " Bw! I-'1-111-1':1lifmn 1-l1ClL1ss Pluxf I7-Q, L'n1x1-1s11x'1+1 XxIlSl'l1l1LQIHI1lr S1-:L-liuv K1 Minh Daxwl-13 Annual l.Cl11fr Club1-L2,T1'11cli-l:C'1l- 1'-.guCm111-11-num-4. AMBITION: Hliwclcvt111141111-1-11" GAMBLE, JANET QJUHNSONI "Oh, Inn -rubbed 11.1111 laughtv1'." Gl'LlIlL12lll'!l at soiiiusufiz PURVIS, SYBII. 1GLAS1'EYy Hlxlllbll' 1- the- 1l4lL'lI'Y1JI ilu-:1i1'." 5111111-n1C-111114-il.5-4: GlI'lSl Lvuguv 1-4, Oll1L't'I' 41 Clash Flux'- ,L- 1: T:ll1'nISh11w 41 Tha-spiuns15-1gSz1IL-fyCb1111111t11-114: Ass.4-111- l11x'Cu111111ltlv1-4: l.1b1'u1'1:1r1 11 Hmmm' 1111112-4.S1111lvm L1-11111-is C11n1v1'v11u1- 1: Band 2-4, 1111151111-111 4: P1-11 Bzlnfl lg All Huh Clifui' 1-4, P1'1'u1f!1-11153: Nunvill- Z-4: C1-nt1':Ll W I1-l111'1gtun Music Fl'NI1Xl1l 1-43 Spving Music I".-stival 1-41 Cullc-gc CUIlIL'I'l'FlL'l' 4: All Nd1'tl1- nest Ch1m1'u5Z2g Ch1'1sl:nz1:f. Play 21 Intvi'-Class Track Meet: 1-51, AMBITION: "TO plux' 'Flight of the Bumble-Bc-0' on my i1'o111bm10. I Q V' Q if 'J -ax Wwe I 15 'il' W 'ilu' JONES, DEAN "I luvv CI8IICL'b-'IFOYZI mx' hm-111't I Iwu- them 5 " .4 -1,-f i -4. P:111v1'S1a11'-11 Bwwf' F1-111-ru11i1i1n 1-4: Clnfs PIL11 4: Drania Fwslz- V111 25: Thx-sg1111nf I. AMBITION: "W1-xghl I,lIll'I' KA VZ LAN IC I-I, IIALPII JACKH 1 N, Hl.1'.'N .XIIIJ .111 I121 1. . '1:,11I..'1 r 1.1 .1 . 1 Ak... -... .. N.. 1. B111:-' I-'--121-1'I11.'1'i 144, Pzx-:.':1 ii 1 1 L P K 3.C1:1sX P1:1'.f,L-Lg 'I.1I11'11S1:111 1. T211-.111111- .1-Q: .1 1 1 C 1 :11i1l1f11fI:S1111i1'111 1.111111-ri C+111111'1-'wa 5: .X1i111.11IS1z1t .L-4. I1 11151311-f 3 B11'.1.i'v1 C1119 51CI11-1 C1111 -, 17,1 .1 F14 H11 CIIIIXIII Ilx P.L1'. l. AMBITIUN: 'T11'111 ' '1 '. IQ111 JOHNSON, BEIIN XIJENE 5111511-X .1:'1-l:11- 11111g.11141- 11 '11111 G1rI-'11115111-I-11C111:f I'I.11.X.1- ,1.-l 1 111711. 1, lan, 1 1. :.11'11'. C, Z:T11111I1l111g1-J:G11'1f' I.1-111 1' Club 1. .-XMBITION: "T11111- .1111l11l11111w.M JOHNSON, IZYNICIHI "N11lh111g 1-nnlurus 11111 111-151111111 m1u1111111-5. H G11'lx' I1-11111111 l-I- lJ1i11-1-6111 1' -X11 II I LI111 1 I-1. AMBITIUN: "5--1'11f1:11".." JONH5, BERT "ll 1, 5iI1-111111-111111 mlm 11cL'1:11.11I11I1 rin-1-11 Bmw' I"1-111111111111 I-I. AMBITIUN: "Nf111n'." 'IJ ' -49 'NXI11-114111111-11111111115111111p1l1-11-axu1..: 111 I11111q 1111x11111. 1111111-x11'f1 1111-:1su1'n-IUII11-11' 11-1111'11 Bmw I-1-111.-111111111 I-fI:5l111I1F1lC"lL1nLLl 1-2: ASBUIIM-11' -I Prvw , .41 N I1-111 1:CI11fNl1111L-111' l-11. I':'e-sim-111 I: Ciaff I .11'.- 4 I 1111 h I! - '111I1 Z-I. 'flu-f1111111kJi-41Af-1111111Ix C-1111 Ill 1 B I1 111 L, fm .2-I, 5111111-nl I.1-.11.111N L 11I1-11-mw 144. B.1n1: I-2. 01214: IfJ.hIur11' If1w11x:1l I-J. I"1111lI111lI I-' B1xk1l"1A' 'fl X- "1-' 1-1 B1x.'1.g I 'I'1'111IxI.1'l111'I-Lf?.C'11.1g1 C1111111111-- I C" H C.u'1J-,1, IJ:.1'1.1 l"1w1:'1A1111 Ii111'111114 C1112 1. XMI5I'I'IUX 'lJ- '11.:1. KI-I If P, NUIIIVLXN .X11111-11111111-11111-1-1.1 11- 11' I511x+' I'1-111-111111111 I-5 H1111 I.1'l11f.1.'1 -1. I' 1111 1 5111111111111 I1'.1v1X l,1-1111'.1-1. B11-M111 L 11 .XMIIIVIUN 12.311111 KIM!-Q, FIIIQIJ "In-A112 x,1111-111. '. 1' k:1:1l I1111'.!F11E11111,11'1I-2.11 1 L" 1 Ii 1 111i1: l'1.' I-'FH 1-3. 11:21 : 1 11,1 ' 1. 4 N .... lgu.. A, 5,11411111-LS11111, C1111,11.1111 01.1. 1 9 Q:11-- LL.: XMIIITIUNQ 4I".11':11-1' " 'W--an-gr '-...v N04 tn:-Q -f g-..o.1.,.. 951, - ' f.1I-.1 1" Q 1 ,Cl I 5 'Nl' IW MCGREW, MELVIN "Md" "Ml-thml ls the arithmctlc of Success. " gf-... Buys' l"l-rluliltlun l--1: Buys' Letter Club 4: Bowling TQ-am 4: Sl-Q1 Cluln l-lg Fsmlllall 1-4, A Squad 33--1: Bfvxmg 3g Track Lcttvr 1 2 1. .-XMBITION: Mhliljill' in the LHS, M.C. W' McKI'INZIl-I, STl'.-Xli'l' Sllvnul- nl-vf-r vut lwtr'11x'ull unyonc. Brwsl Fl-lluriiilfln l--1. AMBITION: 'Skllloml L11lm1'.4' Ml-N.-Xl'L, BETTY v'Sllt'l'll'i' uzuxm- mllrwlvill than any sung Girl-' l.l-llguv l-1:G11'l-' Ll'lll'!' Cluln 7 1: Pmw Club l-4, Dl'lll Tl-nm l-2. Ulllt'x'G1I'l .Zz All Hlgll Ch Bfmlinu Tl-nm 1. AMBITION: "Tlx be a succp-is in llfe, " HILL, DOXETT,-X QMATTHESJ "Tlwt1'ulhull1'u1h: 15 lmlh' Girl-' Lvulguu l-lg l.1lJx'11r1nn.i-43 lk-:1 Cl AIGIBITION: Hllfmusl-xx llv. 4' ulr 2. Clvllvgl- Cfrnfvlm-nucl ul: 1-Ji--l: Oflzcv Gu' KOHL, TEHIQY "fm mgailll 1xn1.,lll.r'zfwu- Lfr'1tl-,-Film." B fx: l-fflgf-ral1f1nQ-4: BUYS' Lvtux' Clubis-4. Sl-1.ClL.llJ .Z-4. Otlmr 4: FPA 1-531 Fwftball 1-4, A SQUHIE .5-41 Bflxzfzg 2-41 Truck L' 1 yr ., 1. AMBITION: "Tw bf- L1 great box.,-11 ' LAYBI.-XX, GENE "Hl- nxhw mn- thc' -flzl, lm nr ug1!w!lu", -law. Bmw PQ-llcriillfln 1-4. Talent Show- 3: Firm Cwzmw lltm- .23 Bwvs Lettur Club 1--1: l-'TA 31.-Xll High Chfm' 2-vi. Sl-Q. Club -lg Murzc Fgftival 2-li. 1-'FA 2-4, Olllltill' J-4. l-'wlbull l-.Ez BAL-kcthull 1 ' Boxgng 3-531 Stufln-nl Bus D1'1xf,-1' ig Ffwllmll Manager 1-21 Truwx Managf-1' 1: Basl-Q-tball hlanagm' l-1. Chl'-5 Club Tvani Ii. AMBITION: "Chl:-I l'w-1lxZ1nllh-llIl- 'wK1lhl11'l'. ' LOL'NSBL'liY, GARY "OI n'anm-rs gl-mll-. ll affectlfms n'1lfl." Slurlc-nt Council 3: ASB Otflcl-r 3, Stags hlanagl-1' 1, 25. BOV5' 1"ml0x'm1on l-4, Offxcm' 4: Blws' Lrfllv tl ,.. .-Xglplm' JullL,1n,, .,gClz15s0!I1ux V Club 2-1, Ol ficvr' -L1 Frlfnllaall l--1. A Silullfl J-1, II"l5lJll'2llllJFlZ1l Awarfl 4, Cap tam? Avlarrl -11 Boxmg Zg Truck -2, Bu-.ulyull 2. AMBITION: Hl':flj1lUQ'f'I'lflgQ.ll LOVELESS, HOWARD llPOllfCl"lUSS costs littlo and ylelds much. " Boys' l"ef,leration 23 Class Plav 1: FFA 231 Ffrotbrlll lg Bzwketlaall l Track l. AMBITION: "Huslnanrl." ""f 14:2 ii' T' ,AUFQ Q MORRIS, MARILYN "Jfmx'v" 5lliR5liRl:I XI, GEORGE 'bm ilu! 11 H- .'-l.- :'-,f:w.i- lm r- X :ff,i+-c-tw: lin mf-'w. Q' Hlfulilmivbb if tu qimzlnr-55 whim words :irc lu thoughlf. " G:rlf' lwaigul- l-4: L1l1rz1ri:ml1 Hfrnr1y'R0ll l, .-XMBITION: "SvL'l'ut111'j,',4' MURRUXX, SIHIARON fWlll:Il'lLlilU "Cnriiullin'r1. L-xyviwfsixv Sill-nc-v. l' XX.lnr1x'mx llI'Xl quart: r. O'DEl.l., l-QLAINE 'NL-in-1' ull 111- itz vm. Mui liiriftx :mil tlif-ughttul ii: iihrrr. Plum-ii!Cii1riUEi 1. Tiw-Lifurl-1' lg Girl! lmag f P41 'LQ lmrairinn l- 1. Him ir Riiil lvl: Stuilvm l.u11i1q-is Cuniu incl- Q, Pi ii Cluli 3-4. Dr1.l I-vllilk 4 U1l14'vGirl 11.-XnnunlSL' .w . bl.w1L'Ill C iumxl 2. Blur' lfkm-1'L1tiiin l-i. 0114-i-r A,F11'-, C iz' 'S ll' iw- vi: Bi ",' 3 iwtiv Cluli 2-1, Ulm-A-x' I5-4. lfxl,-:mil-ri14.l"f-iimll. I-4, .X 5,141.1-1. Bu-Ev-llizill lflj, ,-XSqu:1ii3fl Trai N 14-1 H I w1i.rig Rug i..X1,V.i.li". l-' lvfw lliul. Q. .XMBITIUIN if ,. L -l" x.E1ii1,lf1liwLi: NIINIUN, BETTY "Kin-infiff ,.L.'ivr1iil'Il11'inlll'iYlL'hw,l' Girl-' Lwzlgil L-Q, Gil! L+-1tr'1'ClL1li.,-l. 01114---r l Ai. H LH Criu Z-41 lVlur.i If fmiilf 1-Q. B failing Tvurir 1. hlllwwfliurg Pllr. Dir. Ilfi.lil'-l1'fi'iil.1I1'iPZix'll Dlrll'lClS1l1JI'I5 Zi-1. AMBITIOX: "Tu1u:iila gowl life. " MORGAN, LARRY "Tho poxwr of thuugiit. --the magic of thu mincl. " Fofithall 1-4, A Squad 1441 Basketball 1-21 Buxing l-23. AMBITION: To bucoriiu an airline pilot. " MURLEY, JANET "lENthubiuhni lv the brcalh ol gvnius, " Stilfls-nlCuunz'1l .L-4, Pzuuur Ecliwr Il: l'uiivr Stull 2-J, Eflitrar 151 Girlb' L ugur' l-4, Oiticvr J-4, P11-sirlp-ni -1: Sluclum Ll-ziflg-rs Cfin l'vi'a-rim' li--1: Pc-p Cluli 2-41 Oiiicc Girl 41 All High Choir Ii: Annual Stuff 2--l1 Cnlll-go Cunl'vi'r9ncu 4: PM-ific Slope Svliuul Press 2-53: Li-uflviwzhip Cumu .53 5lUllL'l1l-1'l2lClll1Y B :urcl -1. AMBITION: "Sec thu wvrlql lrrmi my privutn plane. " W1 --.1-io" T-,-Ami 1. Cwlllge Ciintl-:'l,-mw 1: Tri-SlulwCuriIy:'im1f J: ' Emil Plux 11.1, J, .VXMBITIUN1 Owl-i.iSingi-:'. Ulrufi, rxlik 'G lifl :ui A X in :lull ,vm 1- ln'lQ'rlLlI1'. rluirl ru Ciium , 1 5- Q:v11li', l Cl1lXrUI1'nii lfl. G.:,f' l. .iN .-1. waz.,-1: , Cub .mi-.f li'l.vl1lix'YXl5Ii'v-'- 4 'Fm x l..1:.- .. and win i.i.i1v:: C-r.Z num- l.l'l-,iC.uii1fl.ri, C.u'i.-11131. ' ,243 Al. l'll.1'lL'li". Jfl. Cf-11111-l Wllrliliiillwii Muay If' -1 .ii 4 Swrimg Mu-.1 lm-winzii ,fl A:iiiu:il51L1I1Llfi hlix- S:fi':'ix'iz i an 1'f-'g::- xv z-, ll .L 'izwy .x' ' lklzirxixzill i, Cfilu-gi L' img.-fll. Q .XMBITIUN film, ' Twenty-two W RIC.-XRD, JERRY "Mt-thbtzs are the Masters of Masters. " Bnvs' Federation 4: Boys' Letter Club 15-4: Ski Club 43 Football .5-4, A Squad Li-4: Basketball 1-2: Boxing l-.iz Truck :I-43 Bowling lg Mqgg Team 4: Chess Team 2-3. .-XMBITION: "Go to State. " RICHARDS, LARRY "Entluri1nee is patience eoneentratell. " Buys' Fi-il:-rllticin l-4. AMBITION: "PL-1'sun:tlity." RICHARDSON, PAT "Gmulness is the only investment that never fails. " Girls' League l-41 lfaper Staff ll: Girls' Letter Club l: Librur' 4: Pep Club l-2. AMBITION: "To be sueeessful. " SANDEFUR, BENNY "The urinee ui tlarkness is a gentleman. " Boys' Felleratwn Z-4: Paper Staff 3. AMBITION: "To be 20 feet tall. " ORN, AUDREY "Style is the nrt-ss ol thoughts. " StuvlentCeune1l 4: Girls' League l-41 Class Play 43 Talent Sliuvx L5-4 Thesziinns 4: Yell Ll-:1iler:i: Sung Leader 4: Stuflent Lt-ailers Center- enei-: Pc-in Club -I-4, Olfiei-r LS, President 4. Drill Teunz 4: Ski Club 1-4: Banfi .2-4. Oflieer 53: All High Choir l-2-4: Nonette 4: Central Wasliintgtwn Alllrill' Festival l-4: :luring Blu:-ll. Festival l-l: Bunll- U-R1lIZi1l.lg Drama l"e-tivzil Il: Cullege Conference 4, AMBITIUN: "Dental Assistunlf PRLITT, TWYLA "A perteet iaith M ill lilt us absolutely abflxe fears. H Girls' League l-4: Class Play 53: Talent Show 2-4: FTA l-4. Oili- cer 4: Librarian l-ll: Honor Roll l-2: Pep Club 1-4, Officer l. Drzll Ti-am l-21 Bzirul 1-2, Officer 2: All High Choir 2-4, Otiiet-r :ig Music l"esIlYC1l l-4: Annual Stall 4: Bowling Team 4: Ailvertis- ing Club 4: Cfillegi- Cunferenee 4: Metropolitan Park District Sports 4. AMBITION: "To be 11 'laily Frvlgniarf. H REINMIQTH, DONALD "Don" "Harm-stness is enthusiasm temnerecl by reason. " Stullent Cuuneil I-4: Class Officer Ji-4, Presivlent 4: Ifiri- Cmiimit- tee 4: Honor Roll l-I1-4: Band l-Z, Central Wzishiiiggtfni Music- lfes- tivul 2: Bowling Club 4: Crilli-ge Cunterenee 4: Prnjwelirin Crm-xx l. AMBITION: "Tu forget Latin." REYNOLDS, WILLIAM "Bill" "A frienil niav well be reckoned the masterpiece ol nature. " Stuflent Couneil 4: Class Olfieer l: Boys' Federation l-41 Safety Committee 4: Boys' Letter Club 2-4: Student Leaders C inference l-4: Ski Club l-4, Officer 3-4, President 4: Football 1-4, A Squat! l-4, All Valley 1-'netball 45 Boxing 31 Bvwling Club 41 College C fn- ferenee 4: Sturlent-Faculty Committee 4. AMBITION: "Graduate from college. " ,Z w-ali I 'Q' ure' Wh- SIMMONS, CLIFFORD "An hum-stlu-a1't1msst'sN-5 1lli11"1L11l4lI1l. ' Bova' F1-mlv1':1t11mn 1-4. 1-'FA LZ,-1. 1-'fmtllull 13. AMBITION: "'l'u lwunm- .1 lmllllfrtzzlru. SLIG.-XR, KURT "True Wlrnllllll 1Sll1L'1l1'I-'L''lllliilfillflt --. " Stuxln-ntCounC1l Ji--1: Vtuu-Pm-:,ult-txt -1: C1398 P11--1r.lcnt.2. Bus' FL-clurzxtion 1-41 Cla-5 Nav: Li-4. Talt-nt Show 2-4: Thesxxans 23-4. Fire COI11H11llUU 4: .-Xsscmblx Cumsmttcu II-4, Bmw' Luttcl' Clu': 3-4, OTTICCIA -1: Hfmm' Rull 2: Stullent L1-adexw C-Jnferunce 2--1. Collegu Cuntt-rcncu -1: Chc5S Club 2-J515k:Clu112-4. Otflcl-1' 4: All Hlgh Chmr 2-12, -11 Ellunelaurg Muszu I-'erin al 1-2. Spring Music' F1--tual 1-2-4. F 1111 tlfall 1-2: Buvng .i. Trtuyk 1-4. AMBITION: G1.11l..tt1L'II 'IT Q lllugtuf-,uql 511.11114 mill :I at J , 1 SMITH, LINDA 'Fa1th tw among tht' 11.11511 11f'. u12u.1L-u-vf 11-u.y1-S. ' Stullvnl Count-.1 4: Cla-r OI11w1 2 G.1 1-' L' 1111.1 1-i- C.1k-- 1111.- .i. Tulum Shmx J--1. Th- -,,.1iHr .1-1. P11 -. it nt S 01:1-'Init-1 Clulvgl--1. FTA J-1, I.:!f:'1111Lln 2-1 Y1fQ11,'-.1-wx"-1 S H14 L- 111' r' -1.H11nw1'li11ll l--i.5t1z1:1-nt1.111111-v C 'mhz-"' -2 Pu C.t.' . Dr1l1Tvu:x, 1. SL., Cluiri-1, Him' J-Q Ulm- -1 AE11I.4E'.C'1 1-fi. Uttlu r' N' uvttv .2-1 ML- l-1-i...1l- Q 5 1- 11-': .mf Dux l'1,mw -S 1 fa..-N'1!'!lt.w-18:11, , M C.1.1f T-vzlnl-'. Iiuztrw--t-ntut,x1 4.C?x:'-t::L1- 1..x, J- Um. 1 15111: 1 C- Curtin-z'wns'n 4, C1-uI:11l KLA-l.1'tJ! 'Z F- -Y 211. U1 ' L1 , I'2i-' Cl!!-S 'I'1'Ltrk Nw! rl, .-XMBITION' "'I'1f -tux 1.-Tutu 111111 SNELSUN, GERRY "Faith is nt nv S-IIT. tl 1- Wlthllruu f1:'-t -1 " L-si ' SANDERS JOHN 1 'Thy Um' rr't-11-uw rf lain- lr nfl ls-ngth. hut 1111114 -IK, ' Bw-' 191-:V-1'.1t1wrxl-5gC.u-- 1'lLxx l.Cl1t'1ft:!i1-l'1zv, J.Cm-Y Cluh J, Cwlf gl- Clfntf-tw-mv 4. AMBITIUN "Gm Lf 411111 gt SCHFT, JANICE '5uItnc-w w1-:1..11-1m1l,tL1tc1- -wtlnr---1:11-hixriu-tt-r," G11-'11.131111-1.CJlt.f1'r' 1gC1Lxff0I1tw--2' 1-1, Cnr- lflxtn fL'rll1'I'j 4-4. Tult-nt Shfm BLJSIVIVSS M:tn:1,1.-r 1, 'I'ln-sy114ana 1. 1"I'.X Ii-1, llwnfwz' liwll 1-1.0It.:w-Gzrl 1. All H:4hC11mr 1-1, ltlu-lv l-'- tlvzxlsl-,l.Cw1lxt1f C'vr11wILm'1 1. .-XMBITION: HK1-1-:r.'Xl14-:l1l.U SEXY.-HKD, TED WPFIVHIE 5lHCL'1'll,K'lb fl tzublm vu-llurn-. H Boys' Ff-mln-1'ut1wn 1--1: Bwvs' 1.0111-I' Cluh 4. FFA 2-1. l"f11wtl111ll li-1. A Squad -11 Busk--tball 2: Boxing -1: Drama I-'L-stivul Ji: Bmxlmg Club -1. AMBITION: "CaltlL-muh. " SEYMORE, BETTY "A picture 15 3 poem xxlthout wurals. 4' All High Chotr 3. AMBITION: H.-Xl'l1St. U , W-and' if f ,,a "Zl.. ' 5,5 it i fini Ain VACHON NANCY "l,,1lllgIlll.t'!' is the ehorusofeonvt-rsi1tion." l,Il.lbl'I' Staff 4: Girls' Ls-agile 2-43 Class l'laVs Il-41 Talent Show -ig Thespizins 35-4, Offiet-r 41 Pep Clulv 2.-4g Ski Cluli 2-Ji: All High Choir 4: Spring Music Festital lg Cullt-ge Cuni'ert-nee 45 Ellens- lyurg Play Dax 2-4. AMBITION: "Have fun this summer su I'll study next Year. " WALKER, JIM "Take life too seriously -- and what is it worth?" B vys' Federation 1-41 Class Officer 4: Talent Show 2: Boys' Letter Club 2-4: FTA 12: Football 1-4, A Squad Z-4: Basketball 1-3, A Squad 3: Boxing 1-Sig Track Letter 3-41 Chess Club 2-3g Bowling Club 4. AMBXTION: "To teach Jim Fisher to sing. " WART, DELORES "Dee" Girls' League 1-41 Class Officer LS: Student Council 23-43 ASB Of- ficer 4: Annual Editor 4: Class Plays 3: Talent Show 2-4: Girls' Letter Cluli 2-4: FTA 2-41 Student Leaders Ciinferenee 1-24-4: Pep Club 2-41 Band 1-2, Officer 2: All High Choir 1-4. Officer 3: Nonettc 2-45 Music Festival 1-4g Annual Staff 1-4, Editor 43 Cul- lege Conference 4: Christmas Plat' 2: Clarinet Quartet 2. AMBITION: "Tn be Ct success and to he happy. " WOOD, BARBARA "Chastity is the seal ul grace." Girls' League 1-4, Offirer 21 Paper Stall IS: Talent Shim il-4g Yell Leadt-r 3: Student Lertilers Conference 4: Pep Cluli l-4: Oificer 41 Office Girl 41 All-High Choir 3-43 Nonette 4: Simring Music Festi- val 43 Sportsman! Dax Princess 43 College Cfiniercnec 4. AMBITION: "To get un my Saucer and fly avi ay. " STARK, DONALD "Dun" "Agriculture engentlers goufi sense. " Buys' Federation 1-41 Fire CHIliil111lf'C l. FI-'A 1-41 Frimtliitll 1-2 Basketball l-.Z. AMBITION: "A.cgriculturt-.' STEVENSON, ELLEN "She that inert-aseth kntmletltgt- .iia-iw-.ist-tli hitppiness, " Girl-' League 1-4, Oiliei-r 41 T1tlentShfiu 2-Il: FTA Q. Lilirariun lg Httnur liull l-4: All High Chutr 2-111 Ci7llt'j.fL'CfIUlL'l't'l1t't'-ll F1-'A-X Quin-n 4. Bowling Cluh l, Utiieer 4:Saltltaturi1tn 4. AMBITION: "l':.ultllt- mx t-anne 1trrvunrltht'vktirlfl. STILLXN A HGH, C HARLOTTH "The greatest treasure is it true trienfl. " Girls' League l-41Girls' Letter Club l: Pei: Club l. AMBITION: "Tri be successful in all that I do. " TREMBLY, RANDY "Conversation is the laboratory and workshop oi the student. " Bfws' Federation 1-43 Pauer Staff Z: Class Plays 53: Chess Club 2-4: College Centert-nee 4. AMBITION: "Arriv Officer or Matador. " 'mm ,-f" k'- X-of 75:7 mam 'B-'ills Twentx SIX '--.1 YATEU, IHVEN lulx nf 111811. 'I B I"1"'--111211111 I-4. Ame-1111111 Co11':1i11b-1 J. B mf I.v111f1'C.11' J. B11X1m1 3-rl. Baxfvfmll 2. AMBITION 'Tw 41-1 11.:11'1'1f41i and 111 M- a 11'-.E1z1n.'. ' YULNG, -IIN 'P-1, 11-'11-ef 1 1e1e11111I1.r1.f ur1igt111:1-1.1-:".1n.Cl. """ Bw.-' If'-1.111111-11: 1-1, .-XMBITIUN In . 11:1 1- Li Denliwl. I "CAMERA SHY " SMITH NUIKVIN "I':1l11-111-r 111111111111-c11nqu1A1' ull III1T1LfN.v Bwvr' I' 1-111-111114111 I-4. Twelve Years Together TH ROW J IJ 1 NL kl J haul 1111 D1 1 Ii FH ROW C 1 D111 111 x n 1 -11 NJ JI .,a 111 .1 1111 ax 1, 1 S1111 lx IL 1 X D IVIJ PIRbTROW D I'IlXL 1 3 1 -X Dame FII-' ': .. 111-S1-P11111 G. M f1'.' -V1-Liu, N. K 1 -11, F. F111-, , " ',Iz1'fI, L. lIi'!4. FOI' ' : '. 1 , B. livj nlris, G. L 111.'Iu1'1', L. Mm 'gf 11, C. SIIIY mms, J. W'Ik1-1'. THIRD ROW: H. TW 1IIf. J. B 1'5"e'. H. J11'k.' . I". 'i11'.1f, T. K11I1I. D. J11111-f. T. I11Q1':111:, SECOND ROW: A. OI'I'. .-X. C1111p111'wn, L. Smith, B. C1111 11'4n, A. Axim.-1'sc111, E. S11'x'1111fr111, D. VLIYI. . 'lihn-s. ' ' : . zuws, D. Ef1'I1I1z11"1, S. OIM111. P. E31-s. E. L'D-II. B. Mc-N:1uI.,. ' X Juniors... Class of 1959 PR ESIDE NT: Bob Clark ' ADVISERS: Mrs. Margaret Young and Mr. Dick Thomas. The junior class insured themselves a successful year by electing as their president, Bob Clark. Assisting him were Lanny Willman as vice-president, Dorothy St. Martin, secretary, Tim Hobbs, treasurer, Evelyn Hards, Jim Dugan, social chairmen. Mrs. Margaret Young and Mr. Dick Thomas served as advisers. The junior class proved to be quite successful by winning first prize with their float in the Sportman's Day parade. Among the many activities sponsored by the class were two dances, a rewarding class play and a very successful Junior-Senior Banquet. JR. CLASS PLAY BASKETBALL SKIT lui A Charlotte Colher Laddle Dalley Pattl Dlngus Jun Dugan Janet Dukes, Bruce Fairbanks Danny Flreatone Brenda Franclb Rogu F1ZlI1C1b Sharon Frueh Ruth Glpeon Bob Gregorlch 'waxy G1 obeth btephen Hansen Lvelyn Hards Colleen Haxtmgu Marvln Hatten Peggy Hayes Txm Hobbb Bexerly Hunt Joyce Johnbon Hd' .-4" ws ' Fe 'lx R-cf' Niorman Anglm JoAnn Abhlu Llnda Aubull Gdlj Bzulq Gmtehum Bal-tu barnmy Blgbx bhal on B11 gn Duane B1 anbford banch a B1 osheal 5 Jeanette B1 own Denmb B1 ovmell Nancy Brownell Marlm Butler Robel ta Camel on Don Calley Joan Cassatt Damd Charm and Bob Clark "" Bob Clxft ,1-so L.-v ol AL. '53 S S--av 5,,, if Q Jlm Hennmg if N 'A' lv? f' pa ,. Q t 9 l v - x I 4.-' V f Q 1 J' J' .,f: A ' A, 1 ,I A I , ,V , tl. K . 4. f -f - ' I ,' , J I N , . v 1, . li Q, H A w- A ' ' W Q I' 3- 1 ' ,. f pg -, . , 7 , E 2 Y f J "" ' x 1 A .V K , o 1, A r . -. ,. A , ' I . Phillip Carter I . K L' V 5 Fa ' ff' ' J 2 J "' of 'X ' A F t f ., VR , K, I I T414 N W ,k I W ' 5 f , ' a' ,. . . ,J ' I I M1 K 9, ov . Q- X Y' ' Q L-.av 3 , , X ff la . . 1 x k . L '!- V -Ugg:-T ':-.5 f V V B N 2 J 3 ' on 'l W D7 ' W - iff ill I 'Q I :,,gf,: ft. f in -X AX - I ' ' . , at l l ILM J s In V 5, V' it 1 ' Q .2 2 5 in , I IT 4 -QS' sv f, if s'-' -Q., ii abr' 9 by Jerly Robbins Roddle Robe IL Blll Root Dozothy SL Munn Denny beott Don bhuley Cec1l Srnxth Phyllxs bnelbon Jamee btephenbon Ed bteveneon hd Vanee Jud1 Va.n De B1 .ike Hal old Volland Darx ell Wetmole Calol VNh1taker Buddy Wlllldmb Lanny yhlln an Gayle Vwlrnoth Jlm Whltc D01 lb Wood XX avne Woodxxoxlh T 'X we l l 4-1? Wllllam Jmmbon blnppel Kuld Ceuolyn h dwell Hubbell mme Llden lxnxekrehm Janet Lmdbey Charles Lounbbuzx B1ll MdI1ClHElll Jeff Ma.n11ng Dorm Maxlel Gladys Meutln Vex a Martln Benny Ma.xey Gaxy Nloneiemnh Pat Mo1g.1.n Mary Ellen Morrls Beverly lNoble Carol Ockfen Denny Olson Monte Parker Beverly Pmkerton ,cr Q X sg r, 1 l l 'H W .4 ,PS JR -'Z' ff' an AJ ew L an I f: ' Y .Y ef W K l is e i on ' S f i fl it l f X ap X ir , ,- D 'Q L ' yf ,, yt X y .- If - r Q ll' y l if : lfifgjii A - 1 ' li -l:, -.., -. N v i , J ' ' , ' -. v if ,qfrnx w N 3 is twat W w F EQ l y al l 0 e ree h 4 ie J, .... ' xhhlh D 1 ,.1:: 5 v D, , Q r v no ,Q . 1 D, :ian ,' ' ,X . ' N 4 l ' ,W lyn j C915 h 14 5" 1 l sr N f Lv . 5' Sophomores . . . Class of 1960 PRLbIDEN I Randx Mattoon XDVIbhIib S owena I 1 xx H n Roinit X o Phe bophomore Clash oi 1960 Still the class with the largest enrollment has had a busw year under the dlrection of Miss Lewis and Mr Wolf the class adv1serb The class officers are Randy Mattoon, president V1Ck1G Fisher, secretary John Fielst treasurer Scottv Kidvwell Sergeant at arms Judy Kirksey and Jun Wood social Chau men If OLRTH ROW 5 Xtxxoori E Dax is C Bianl enship D Baiiex B Beit I J Bill W Gatuxood THIRD V D Igmulel L Bflpkstr om S Auffustim, J Deibx B All nbton D o LI mom J Biesheaia CND ROW J C11 l lx A I L An lm J Bovieln Ll 1 L Plrnwtf L I'l ROW L Cool NL S an son asm af i I I aA ' f , 4 I A in' I 5 :J A , I 4 MLSR '-' J' i.5ailMr. " V li. x . . . . ' , . N. 9 . ' ' , Q ' ' , A " - FIFTH ROW: J. Fulehcr, M. Fisher, G. Jefferson, L. Briggs, D. Dunbar, W. Briscoe, 5. Conneilv, J. Fierst. " ,."':,. 1 ',. 'j,. '5ci,..,. X' . HON: . ' 1"'i, . 'T' , . L, " H, . ' . iff , . C k-', M. Gii H, . -' SEC .' 'z . irc, '. . mirosi, E. . gf' , . man, A. Bakv, V. Fish'r. nn-. ' RST z . Q, 5. Flovirf, K. Glover, L. All , V. Elli . L. F'.'i', B. Enqvr. Rx 'W K .,o, N , s fnj V 5, uf 4 -vw FIFTH ROW P hICCI1lC1xGl'I B MQGr1i1 5 K1dxx1l1 FOLRTH ROW ll 131111111 I Hou att L MIUCI Mattoon D Ixemptx B Jackson C Jont s THIRD ROW M IN111L1lll li Jones L Lounsbum B MeDona1d L1n1x D ack In Ullll o SL OND ROW G Mr Sc INI INIULIILIII 111 -X HL1lll1J.l1L1 S Jr 1 J nnln lxn1ff1t XN I L us 1 Jlll O MCP ee 1x1 S Johnson R L1n1a11 J L1nf sex To sta1t the year off Tlght the Sophornores sponsored the ln1t1at1on Dance tor the Freshman class 1n the Spoltsman s Day parade and had a c1de1 and doughnut booth on the m1dvw ay They put on a pep assembly durmg the basketball season vnth Zorro as the1r theme A mat1nee dance and a roller skatmg partv were also sponsored bx the sophomores The annual Talent Show done 1n m1n1st1el stsle had the actue DHYTICIDHTIOH of the sophomores 1n ltS program I- IFTH ROW J Vvood V Pakf 1 D Ru nolds G lx tt FOLRTH ROW J Webb J XV1'l11,d1 CI D Walla D T 11011 T 'NIu1p 11 IXILNJIIIHI a THIRD ROW D T11C111 x Ke nm It Toll D In,ha111 M lx.111L1a11t11 R ZlI1x1C D ex nolds ECOIND ROW E Vvh1te J Nelson G XV'11lLIS B S 1 C M T11t G Qnuth B Von Essen FIRST ROW B bonnentaa B Seed B W1111 P Shtlton J Thompson A btxxzud J Taxlm 1 . f " ' , . ' '11, 1. ' 'X . 1 ' : . 1 ', 5. ' , . ' R, Ii. D- H 1 - H' ', 1. MCE "X, G. L ng. 'C 1' 2 . H' U, . " 1- ', 1. h' ' , , 71135, L. L- ' gs, K. ' '31 , . IN11111', W. Illeek. FIRST ROW: E. L Sk, B. H'11, R, Jvl son, . h , J. 'i '1-isey' A queen was chosen and this person was Darlene Whetrnore. The sophomore class entered a float ' - I ' x ' v r . ' M B if I , ' ' : . 1 , . '1', , " F, . Io . ' : . , . ' "Q-', . " nr, . 0" , . . "1,', V. R" : , " D. I 1 , J. 1-, . ff ' , . ,' ' . "' , . R F' '. S ' ': '. ' ' , ., ' . , . 2 fp, . C1'11 llf'l', . "ws, P. " they, ,QR 2 'E fu, v ,g , Li an ,gg 'V Zi ? 5, f e 5 A 'fig is Z 2 f 'ASW nf , 1 'ixib WC v 's hin- '4-'4 4 4 fr f ' fffii. ei, J Q "is 8, Q Q l 'Q F, RQ 121 Eff' 3 1 x an ' 96' '-f 'w fff, , . Lffaie-3 Q Q 5. x aw I., Vg. N 4-.5 'grimy EJQ24 al ' v 1 , F2 ,411 Xxx! W 'F A . W X., .2 , W.. -malty 'xi ii fi Qg-, 5.3 mg 445 -J P 11. Freshmen Class of 1961 Www whiblw AW' ww PRE,5lDENIT IN N ll XDXIAERD s Du1n1 B IL and M1 Phll Xvllllillllw The freshman class began 1ts year by electmg p1es1dent Jeux McNaul woe presuilent Challene G1egor1ch S001 etaxy Pam MCCOIl1l1Cl-x soc1al chaumnn Shuley Allen Fred Stephens M1 s Duane Ba1lcy and Mr Ph1l W1ll1arns 1101 e actmg 3LlYlSO1S Th1s class had a wmnlng Sklt for basketball and then aet1x1t1Ls llso lncluded Q1 dance Spmtsman s Dax float and a party HTH ROW D -Xnflc s J B n W B Q J u nb a I D 11 11l THIRD HO B '111 B '111 1 Vldll ans 1 SECOND HOW mm lx C0o1111 n l Uke an 1 1 s Dun 111 B 11 uhm s 1 L Dunrar G Dax s ' s r 'V L 4 0 0 o 4 - 3. fy? 4' h 7' C A7 . ' 11.., . . L M..-W v Q. ff ' ', ,K nfl., x-111-lf 1 1 , 3"iWf1...,g lf A 1 T 3 15:9 r 5' . I 1 2 JVC' 1 1 W i , Q, AL 1 . .M 4.-if" : 3 , .1 E J1'1'1'jv lg-fa l Mrs, I 9 11'l1y' '. ' ' ' Y ' V A, I ' 1 ' , --yy V' - ' , K . . ' - . ,, . ' rg ' ' 1 , , ' . xv , FOU ' 1 . . 'I'.'lJll, . 11 rl, , lrgl, . C nni Uh 111, .. QM W. lf'1"ley. ' W: J. 11", Y. le", S, Bar ' 'l, 5. liv :, L. Blilnkenship, S. B1 ycl, C. El'lCliSfJIl. C' 1' : J, C11 er. '. A J. Bra sl'111'1E. K. El 1111, V. Chilieutt, D. F' ' l. P. Ch 1lex'. FIRST ROW: S. Xll ln. T. E1in-f111al.'11n. K. Ll '11 . 1 11 ' M. Briflvv. . 1 1. . '1,3. FOLRTHROW C Holclnn B In ham R Johnston F Harnhn I lx us Ii H Lf I E Iwun hm TH D V H DOIJIQ B I1 0 1 r ho E Hcn C Kmu J IYILNIJIII X M1tc.huII SECOIND R Johnson D M lux , Crnmlak M un I 111 S run I III I FIRST ROI U nson P Johnson 5 McPhLL C Laxxunu M HaII D U 5:1 I Gatumrmn TH HOW F Su xp ns J XVIIIIBI-.Ll J Carothora P VoIIanfI T bn 1th J 5 I H C Pow R Heal 1 on mhnkun HTH ROW B N11 m'1n C Maxu J F B J I S J my 31 xx ut us mon untln In ll I 1 1 Vuh VI1 L 'ux I Ita I S 1401 9 OIND ROW D WL tnmn IN In NL Ix I gk h III wx 11 1 III 5 CN momson .in In I ' Th wh T Thompson P I 5 xnnus I P O' T 3 , 1 , . g , . , . A g, .. 'in fp, . llFlf'lCi, 4. J S W. IR ROI. 3 , W, . IQVHIII, D. M Fa ty, J. ' hI, . 1 ning. . ' ', . -.' , 1. ' ' f . ' OW P. . , . :Jy', I. Mc ' "', '. MCI" , M. Lex, M. J Ingt , NI. K' g, D. .ummI. ' V: J. J h g , , ,- , ', ' -1, , -v, , , , .I hnqa 1. .. ' -' I. FIF : . "" S, , ' 'I ', . ' S, . . . ' 1, , . 'im run, . Iv, . ' ' L. J .J . FOI' : 4 , . U, . in-Ist, . fnnxun, . Jwhns n, D. XM-clis, S. I mpc. A. SIL' '1 ' , C. I7IlI'IJ1IIlg.III. THIRD ROW: J. R gh H, J. B ' g. Ii. II Ihns, J. Nw-fllur, B. I 1 -, K. Nl-y, A. I ', C. Simmwnx, IJ. Duzrl 'l', B. ICII'IiCl'. SEC ' 2 . ' ", I. I x'-, '. W fhh, C. - ' Iicea asf-', M. III-yn Ilia, V. Hurt, S. W1 :JI 5, J. TI 3 , V' W:-hxl, FIRST ROW: I. Nishct, S. I-1 11111 . 5 , . NiChwI,', M. Iloj lI.',K. Ruud, C. 5IIII'IgICII'i'IiI'I', . Nici. ifi 4 1 mq!f M L, ., 4 SLA? ig., ' '4 wg, Amw- pgrnr W 'if 5? 4 H322 5 .AWWMH I 1 g 1 4 ' v aa I awww f M ' . 2 A lr Lf , W by " A Q gf-,Wk -QI' " " J rf ' . N Q, 1 a.tA, 5 1 avg: ' M? 7"'7, Q H Q K 5 X in ,, n' 4 'J' -by J ' 'L affix-..,,' 'T M 5 J X A WM. , ff , 1 " F W, E .f 4, 1 A7 .,....s 1 ,san ,sau 44 1 gf s in ,1 qw 4 14? EM V ""5 ,,aw we-www if X Wfmnuumm FW B Officers For the year of 1957 1958 there were seven sen1ors and two Junlors who were hold1ng A S B 0ff1CGS for Naches H1gh School These were Joe Kauz1ar1ch treasurer Tom Ingram busmess manager Fred Lounsbury stage manager Janet L1ndsey advert1s1ng manager Lmda Ahrens paper edltor Delores Wart annual ed1tor Forty two JOE KURT SARA 0 0 o 0 presidentg Kurt Sligar, vice-presidentg Sara Olson, secretaryg Elaine 0'Dell, 1, 3 ELAINE TOM FRED 'T Sf JANET LINDA DE LORES fl' if Q Forty-three .Q I Lx "' ' . Af f v-1 1 Q g 2.17, , X35 gi 'N .gym . ,Q W 5 35 V 1' . 2 1 'KU ff if , .4 1 1 s I' V, 2 1' E? "f Q Q f I NNn"'N-a.A,' fffi .E 2, t 'T ' I 'iv A tt f ' . ' l'3'l4 , 1- 57,15 - ' x A ,gg , S' 17" '- " L 1 h 5.21 ' ,j 1, 4 JOE Under the capable gmdance of Presldent Joe Kauzlamch and Mr Batey adv1ser student councll had a very successful year They under took the Job of redecoratlng our trophy case th1s certamly was appreclated by all They put on the Homecommg Dance, gave the1r support to the newly orgamzed safety commlttee and bought new pennants for the school just to men txon a few thxngs student councll accomphshed th1s year SECOND ROW B Ru molds T InD1 am J McNaul B Clark R Mattoon B Camex on A Ox r J LIYIKISCV J Flshcx J Doeschex G Merescreau D Remmuth D Walt D Haxes 5 Glaspex FIRST ROW L Ahrcns D St Martm H Jackson E O'Doll J Kauzlarxch S Olson K Shgal J Morlev S Sllllth f ' J 1 ' a . , .. 1 , ,, U. . . ' ' ' , s - a - 1 - a - a - s - 1' .1 - ,. - . 4 . ,- ' . , . , - , . , . , - , . , . , ., . . h. . . , . ' . .11 X . . . , . , . , . , . , . , . L, . . Girls' league Janet Morley, president, and Miss Betty Cowan, adviser, capably led the Girls' League through another year. The girls were kept busy sponsoring the Christmas Formal dance which was a big success, and in the Spring they held the Tolo, over which a king reigned. In April they sent delegates to Tri-State Confer- ence at La Grande, Oregon, besides putting on a tea honoring their mothers. This year the officers were: vice-president, Ellen Stevenson: secretary-treasurer, Sybil Glaspey: social chairman, Bonnie Cameron: room chairman, Jean Bowermang point chair- men, Janet Lindsey and Norma Brown. The organization had representatives from all classes on a board which made top decisions. THIRD ROW: Miss Cowan, S. Jones, J. Bowerman, P. Morgan. SECOND ROW: J. Morley, B. Cameron, E. Stevenson, B. Wood, J. Schut. FIRST ROW: P. Hayes L. Austill, K. Ambrose, G. Glaspey. Qgiu-.. ft in -K HOWARD JANET Boys' Federation With Mr. Elmer Leonard, as adviser, and Howard Jackson, as president, leading the way the Boys' Federation gain sponsored the Prom dance in which a queen was crowned. The Boys' Federation service crew ably served the school at football and basketball games. The officers for this service organization were: vice-president, Jim Fisher: secretary- treasurer, Don Reinmuth: sergeant-at-arms, Harold Hanshew, Don Shirley: point chairman, George Smith: social chairmen, Gary Louns- bury, George Mersereau. SECOND ROW: H. Jackson, Mr. Leonard, J. Fisher G. Lounsbury. FIRST ROW: G. Smith, D. Rein- muth, G. Meresereau, H. Volland. a TH ROW: L. Dukes, R. Kauzlzirii-li, K. Sligar, B. Mc-Griff, H. Vollanrl, S. Kidwell, T. Hobbs, Mr. Borck. RTH ROW: G. Lavrnan, T, Sr-wzirrl. L. Morgan, B. Gregorich, F. Kime, N. Keep, W. Johnson. THIRD V: B. Breslin-arf, T. Kohl, J. lfislicr, M. McGi'ew, J. Dugan, D. Olson, G. Meresi-rt-zlii. SECOND ROW: J. escher, G. l,ounsliurjc, D. Shirley, J. Walker, B. Reynolds, J. lllanring. l.. Willman. FIRST ROW: G. Smith, Mancinelli, K. Knight, J. Kohl, R. Dean, D. Kennett, J. Fulcher, T. Ingram. Gold UN" Club The Gold "N" Club has been very active this year under the leadership of president George Mersereau and adviser Mr. Borck. The club sponsored a smoker and dance to help finance a trampoline, an addition to the gymnasium which benefits the entire school. Officers are: vice-president, Gary Lounsbury, and secretary-treasurer, Kurt Sligar. THIRD ROW B. Anderson D, Wart S. Boyd S. Jones P. Morgan Mrs. Young SECOND ROW D. Hflyur J. Nelson D, Woolf M. Gllnvirn P, brit-.flirt FIRST Rtil.N P. T"lL1'x'ir B. Minion V. Fisher K. Amlfr is D. it. Blitzir B. lr'::i'1.- Girls'leHer Club Lending a helping hand by operating the hot dog and coffee stand at home football games was among the varied activities of the Girls' Letter Club. From the profits of these activities, they donated money for the puehase of a trampoline for school use. Other activities include participating in lunch- time basketball and ping pong games and entering the annual field day at Ellensburg. Club officers are president, Dixie Hayes, ad- viser, Mrs. Young: vice-president, Dorothy St. Viarting secretary, Betty Miniong treasurer, Sandi Boydg point chairman, Charlotte Collier, assistant point chairman, Kay Ambrose. Forty-eight l"Il"TH ROW: Mr. McConnell, R. McDonahl, J. Fisher, D. Hayes, S. Boyd, E. Stevenson, D. Wart. FOURTH ROW: Mrs. Pain squirt, G, Morse, T. lngraiiz. J. I.in1lsn:v, B. Noble, P. Snclson, C. Kidxxt-ll. THIRD ROW: L. Smith, J. Morli-Q L, .-Xuslill. N. Brown, G. Bake-r, J. Svhut, P, Morgan, R. Cameron. SECOND ROW: J. Nelson, J. Clarita. S, .Joni-s. N. Cfilnzorw, V. Fish:-r, B. Pinkerton, S. Breslin-ars. FIRST ROW: O. Mcl'licr-, N. Broxxm-ll, B. '.V.ll e, W., l51il.ri: K. Ambrose, B. lingi-r, I.. Cook, I.. Ifescr. F. T. A. The Future Teachers of America have ac- complished much this year that has both aided their school, and increased their knowledge about the career of an educator. Members have participated in teaching in the class room, and working in the health department. The club has also held highly interesting meetings at which guest speakers have been present. Officers were: president, Jim Fisher: vice- president, Carolyn Kidwell, secretary-treas- urer, Twvla Pruittt: program chairman, Gretchen Baker, Acting as advisors to this group were Mrs. Palmquist and Mr. McCon- ncll. O Thespluns Thespian Troup 703 of Naches Valley High School has really shown its popularity this vear under the direction of Linda Smith, president, and adviser, Mrs. Floy Bailey. The Thespians have helped out on all dramatic presentations with their special project, "The Darktown Follies". Serving this year as officers were: vice- president, Howard Jackson: secretary-treas- urer, Bonnie Cameron: and scribe, Nancy Va- Chon. THIRD ROW: D. Bailey, R. Kauzlarieh, K. Sligar, H. Jackson, D. Jones, B. Clark. SECOND ROW: B. Willis S. Glaspey, E. Anglin, J. Clark, Mrs. Bailey. FIRST ROW: S. Olson, A. Orr, B. Cameron, N. VaChon, L Smith, J. Schut. 1' OFFICI'-RS D 01S0f1 P K G Laxman D CATTLL JLDGIING TEAM D Olson C SIIIIIIIOIIS Ingham M Kauzauph Mr Dlnnuy F hum G Laxman A Wgssrlms M1 Dennery Future Farmers of Amerlcu W1th Jerry Doescher, presxdent and Mr Dennery advxser the F F A completed another successful year Several boys represented the group as a cattle Judgmg team In the sprmg the group held a banquet to Wh1Ch the parents of the members were 1nv1ted Off1cers were pres1dent, Jerry Doescher vlce pres1dent, Denny Olson secretary Gene Layman treasurer Fred Klme reporter, M1ke Kauzlamch sent1nel, Davld Ingham and advlser Mr Dennery FOURTH ROW C Slmmons R Francls W Brge W Johnson THIRD ROW V McNamara G Jefferson L Brlggs F Stephens T Murphy C Purbaugh R Roberts R Ingham D Kennett SECOND ROW Mr Dennerv D Reynolds D Mor1arty S Boxd J Whxtaker A Wessehus H Doble J McNaul C Klme J lxohl FIRST ROW M Kauzlarmh D Olson F K1me D Ingham vw.. Q . I M4 , f 2 vi 1 ' 4 R - i ' 1 .. , X M I 'v A f 5 I , 1 , s ' u 3 ' ' ' 2 t 1 , K F A i ' , X r , , I I vw 'fx 1 . - ' imt, . . 4- , V I 1 .. 1 ' ' H s v r - , 1 - . . . , . . , 1 - ' 1 ' ' X '- . ', . 'A' 4 , . 'QQ ' Q, '. ' 'I' O . , . . Q . . . 2 y - 1 3 s s 7 I 7 7 ' ' : . , . , . ' , . . I . , . 4 X X I , . , . , . , . , . , . , . . I . V , - , - , - H , - , . , n 1 ' 1 0 1 ' ' : I y - Q s 1 - . FOURTH ROW B Reynolds K Slilfai T Kohl M lVIeG1u1 D Olson THIRD ROW D EmLr1c,11 K Kni ht J Webb G Lon G Lay man SECOND ROW J Kohl M Nlantinelli A Ori A Baku G Baku P Mt Cormiek M 5s Ltwis FIRST ROW J Rushmom O McPht1 B 1 nl trthn S Olson L Allan b B1t5h1a1 Ski Club F1115 xt 11 5 pmsident was B111 llu,nold5 H xx lb '15515tLd by TL1 ix Kohl as not piesidtnt and 5,113 Olson was steutarx tieasui er The Club 5 1:1101 itt ski aita was Vkhite Pass ant went umm SHU.lIf13X Miss Levxis was the adult at 1 15t1 Pep Club Lnmlu tht Capahlt leadeiship ol pit sident Audux O11 '1IlQlU.flXlSCI M155 Louis tht Gills Pep Club b1JOllbO1LCl the annual football banquet thus nioxinf thcii abilitx An 1nte1e5t1ng ae 1 tQ1ta1n dui ing hall time at the basketball Games Othei officers 1I'1Cl1llLC1 uct, piesident Bai 1Ja1aV1ood seeretaiy, Kathx Donethex t1ca5u1er Kathx Gloxu social ehaumtn Bteln Andei 5on 'ind Doiothx St Ma1t1n FIFTH ROW P Johnston J Alliston B Anderson S Boxd B Cameron V Chileutt V VaChon D Ftwtl M Melxin B Nloble D Wait FOURTH ROW M Biiskex G Baker P Sntlson D Wood B Wade P Mc Coimiek B Wood L Smith C Hartin er L Austill M ss Lewis THIRD ROW T Edmondson K Donahex M Rout S McPhee J Vande Brake J Gamble P N15bet V Root D Maekex P M01 an B Pinkerton SECOND ROW D Wttmore J K1IhbQ3 B Willis J Clailx A Orr K Gloxei E ODell A Andeison D Matthes J Dukes S Breshczns FIRST ROW B Engel J Rushmoie J Taylor S Olson B Melxaul M Hall D St Maitin J Johnson J Cassatt C Whitalei . ,. . ' . 5 -1 1 - 4 1 '-e 'tr . . A , . I., , . , 1 1 - - - - 1 - 1-1 1 . X , I gy . ,Y U 1 Z I 7 l A . 1' , ', ' -Y s -11, ' . ,,,, . -.. '.-Y ik. , ,A I 1 I L 11, . 1., I Ji i,.f 1 1. A. , I , 'I 111 1 -S. I ' -11-'J 115' 1 1' ' " ', C ' 1- 1 1 11 ' ' -1b4' 1 1: 1 1 .AV4'1 3 Av 1 wus' pf y' ,?- 'Xa' 5 , 0 -iv -11 L 1' 1 X s '1 4 , 1' , X '- YV - 1 ' f 1 111 1- 1 - 1 - ' 'x 1 1 ' ' .1 ' ' 9 'ff 1 -' 1 - Y' 11 1 1 ' ' 1 1 H 1 " 1 1'1 ' ' v ' - - ' - A 1 D ' .,' since skiing was good, most ofthe members tivity was the formation of a drill team to en- 11 1-11. . 1 ' - 1 " 1 1 Q1 ' 1' ' ' "1 f 1:,.,.. . ' QA: 1' ,- 1 ' , .- V .AM ' '. 1 , V , A1- . 5 5 , 1 L - H Y n i ' n 1 . , . ' , . , . K' , . , . ' 1 , . , . ' , . 1 " , . 1 , . ' . : . 'A 'j, . , . A , . , . , . '1 11 Y "1 1' 1 -U ' V " ' z . ' , . ', . ", . ", . , . '2', . ' , . ' , . , . ' , . " I ' . 1 I . ', . V' ' , . ' , . , . l , . BACK ROW A Cameron J Llndsey B Noble S Auffustme D Shlrlex J Ball FROINT ROW R Cameron L Austlll O McPhee M Parker E Harris Mr Wmlllams Advertising Club Thxs lS the fu st V931 for this nexxlx 01' 1ZE,Ci elub undex the 21ClNISOl shlp of M1 Ph1l W1ll1ams The purpose of th1s club lS to sexxe the sehools and commumty by malnng poste1s lettcrlng, and other projects One of the many outstindmng 3.CCOl'Il1JllQlll1lLYltS of the elub was the CILSIQTIIHQQ and lllllfltlllg., of thc bukelx op lm the Mlnstul Show Offlcel s weme pxesulent A1 lene Cameron woe presldent Don Sh1rley secretalv tleas ure! Roberta Camel on Nonette The actne nonette thxs Veal entex tamed xal xous 01 oups ln and out of the COlllYTlLlI'1lty They took part 1n smgxng for school assem bllos Mothers Tea and the Mus1c fc-stlval In the sprlng they journeyed to Ellensburff for small ensemble compet1t1on where they re ee wed a super1or r'1t1ng Mrs Ethel Phlllxps was accompanlst LEFT TO RIGHT D Eschbach B Wood L Sm1th N Brown Orr B Cameron J Lnclsey D Wart G Baker : . , . , - y - s ' , - ' X, - . ' 2 . , ' x x - 4 ' ' ' 3 ' ' 1 I , I 5 5 rl C U .S . 'W L 1 ' 1, - M. .gau- . 1 N. w y' 1 A 1 ' ' ' ' ' x 1 1 . 3 1 w ' v r' x - . V L 7 A X ' ' X l X . 1 "r gg-' ' '- X 'f ' 1, ,- ', ' . . , y , .' . 1. . ' ' f ' ' - zz . - ' 1 , 1 A -. . . . ' . f ,A . . X , , , ' ' ' - . , , e ,- ,F ' ' . , - . - - v - A s v . , Q 1 - Q' H ' . . D lg? 2' 1 ' .. ' . . - ' ' . , Y 1 . L . 'MTM ' stftiiif 5 f'w-'gf 4 f I . 1 - , I V 1 - x A' fi if ' ,- X , . , . A , . , . . mm WW ' . "f f fx - r g in AVAI M ..:,1, 6 Q I E V , , ' 1, v, x Y T . 4 5 -V -- I , . , , , , f -. y nj ,W Q Y . K ! K, X , f 1 I N 1 ' 1 5 T x N L v . L ' ' 5 l . I . v H , 1 . A . X x X fr TM ' ' '. " , 5 Wi A wyffvvw' A -TW? ' 1 , . ' ' f J 'z ' " Q' ,, ' ' 3 1 M vu-v"TY'ff ai dk?- was W-2+ VA we""'w ACCOMPAINIST Mxs Ethel Phllllps 5 www Y? .'Z"wew. 1 Jw? il Rl- LDII'Oll1nr ADJISOI Dules I H cn L Ahipns J Blown D Bians orr Linda Abit ns Dot Ranger Revlew Nationwide recognition came to the RANGER REVIEW and its staff this year as a result of its becoming a da1ly publication It 1S now the only mirneographed daily in the United States and has received recognition through STUDENT AND PUBLISHER magazlne the STUDENT PRESS BULLETIN, and the YAKIMA DAILY HERALD In addition to maintaining its daily schedule the staff sold candy to help finance the trlp to the Pacific Slope School Press Clinic held at the University of Washington in February They also toured the Yakima Herald plant and sponsored Traffic Safety Week in March Linda Ahrens assisted by a staff of 25 students ablx piloted the staff through its year of publication and activities Doc ' Wolf served as advisor and instructor to the group FOURTH ROW: L. Ahrens Mr. Wolf B. Grl,g,orich T. Hobbs D. Bransforcl M. Hutttn B. Maxey. THIRD ROW: M Gilmore P. Carter D. Jones L. Dailey L. Dukes L. Willman. SECOND ROW: D. Marler J. Brown B. Send lv. VaChon M. Hudson L. Gresham B. Sonnentag. FIRST ROW: P. Hayes B. Hill K. Glover J. Derby P. Tricky B. Enber. .1 STAFI- LDITORS S Ol on B Camnxon J Lmd ASSISTANT Dozothx St Martm T P11 ADVISER Mlss Llxxls Pioneer Stuff The PIONEER staff was capably d1rect thls year by Delores Wart ed1tor Dorothy St Mart1n was her wllllng asslstant MISS Rowena Lew1s as adv 1sor, superv1sed the group The staff sold advert1s1ng to help fxnance the prlntlng of the book and also held a sock hop All worked to make thls annual capture and hold the memorles of th1s past school year THIRD ROW T Ingram N Anglm D Wart B Cameron J Lmdsey H Jackson B Clark SECOND ROW D Hayms O McPhee L Austlll J Clark B Shade P McCorm1ck E Hards R Cameron FIRST ROW B Anderson A Baker D Eschbach G Baker S Olson S Van Wechcl M1ss LGWIS .kg 0 1 - 1. ,W -1 F V ,f 2 I ' ' : . S , . ' " , . ' ,- ' : ' 4' . ' soy, . '1itt. : '1 I 'Q EDITOR: Dolores Wurt o . . W , . D . , f , Y- 1 . 9 : . f , . ' , . , . , . ' , . , . '. : - 3-is ' s ' I s - ,x - . - 1 ' 4 v - iv - v Z ' v ' .1 ' x ' 'Ns ' 9 ' X v . 'H - Cheerleaders Y OOTB ALL 7 RON PHX LLIS ROD Backmg our football team w1th the1r h1gh splrlts were Phyll1s Snelson Ron and Rod Dean The boys chose Wh1t8 sweaters w1th whlte pegs Whlle Phylhs was clad m a wh1te sweater and navx blue Sklft K 1n sp1r1ts hlgh durmg basketball season was fulf1lled by our three cheerleaders Becky eep g Anderson Darlene Wetmore and Lmda Duncan The glrls chose two outf1ts both of wh1ch were navy blue and gold B ASKE- TBAL L BI-,Cl'xY LINDA DARLEINE Flfty four pm' Q ff A ' .Nu Led by the snappy routines of Dorothy St. Martin, Bonnie Cameron, Judi Van de Brake, Linda Smith, and Audrey Orr, the spirit was its best. The girls wore for football, black ski pants and white bulky knit sweaters. For basketball, they chose uniforms of navy blue, trimmed with X Ivy League strip of blue and gold. 4.2 X 'X If 0 sf' BONNH3 AUDREY DOROTHY LINTDA DOROTHY LINDA BONNIE JUDI '1nclAUDREY JLDI -Ki 'f--"7 Q Y w NI ' L , V A -- ,,-..,..,-L Y , 1 1 1 ' X OFFICERS AWARD COMMITTEE Band A most successful year was erqoyed by the Naches Valley H1gh Band under the capable leader shlp and 1nsp1rat1on of presldent Sybll Glaspey The year s many act1v1t1es 1ncluded playmg at home games and all pep assembl1es marchmg IH parades and takmg part 1n several ex change assemblles The year was h1ghl1ghted by a week end tr1p to Washmgton State College where the band partlclpated 1n Band Day act1v1t1es Sprmg days found all the band members busy IH preparlng for then' annual Sprlng Festlval and Banquet Band off1cers mclude presldent Syb1l Glaspey V109 presldent Packy Howatt secretary Gretchen Baker treasurer Norma Brown chaxrmen Dele1ne Eschbach Beverly Noble room chalrmen Gary Balley Bob Clark l1brar1an Arden Baker Award comm1ttee Packy Howatt Lmda Smlth Bob Clark Beverly Pmkerton and Dennls Brownell Student Dlrectors are Beverly Plnkerton and Janet Lmdsey Majorettes Judy K1rksey and Phyllxs Snelson MAJORETTES STUDEINT DIRECTORS -gn-vnlwmN""" M-ww' la get 'iv af gas W ffeifgzws wg as up 3 My ff' iv Wifi iv af wi -semgmr' ef 1 is 1-vim! 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'Z .T-' 'A 5 J : E Z "J ..1 J: .i z 5 .2 LJ .. .. 2 ,: U x Cd ci , .. .4 , -5 1. 2 J 2 -f .J -.4 -4 W if OFFICERS CHOIR PRACTICE All-Hlgh Cholr Members of the All H1gh Cho1r were students form all four classes who met IIWICB a week before school ThlS group appeared 1n school assemblles and also part1c1pated ln the Sprxng Fest1val Mr Don Graham was d1rector Offlcers were presxdent, BOHHIG Cameron vxce presldent, Janet L1ndsey secretary treasurer, De1e1ne Eschbach robe chalrmen, Charlotte Colller and Norma Brown award commlttee, Bev Pmkerton, L1nda Smxth Packy Howatt, and John Cunmngham FOURTH ROW D Fewel P Johnston J Schut G Baker D Balley B McDonald L K1mes G Balley D Brownell, T Smxth, G Monasmlth, K Shgar, T Hobbs, N Anglm, J Dugan, P. Howatt, R Johnson, J Bower man, J Llndsey, T Prultt, D Wart. THIRD ROW S. McPhee, P. McCorm1ck, P Snelson, C S1mmons, S. Evans, B. Ingram, S Barnard, R Ingham, D. Emerlck, J. Cunmngham, B. Nleman, V Clark, B Noble, B. Wade, N VaChon, M. Melvm SECOND ROW S Olson, D. Eschbach, E Hards, L Allan, B. Cameron, E Anglm L Sm1th, B Wood, A Orr, S Glaspey, S. Theobald, S Allen, M. Rowe, B Pmkerton, S Breshears, Mr. Gra ham FIRST ROW B. Francxs, O McPhee, C. Colller, R Cameron, P Nxsbet, K Donahey, J. Rushmore, M Hall, B. M1n1on, M. Reynolds, J Lmdsey, A Baker, S. Van Wechel, K. Verley, T. Thompson , ,V " ,, ,gi f ' , ,, , ., 22- ' 731 4' ' ' 14 , , . V Q z . , "1 I ' 1 ' 'U . 4 ' " ' . 0 -.1 'f V gr, V Y . I' o o . . . . : 3 - 3 ' 9 S , . : . , . , . , . , . , . , . , . , . f.. 'iv Qs? ' A Q 1, bl' Q: M5 ll I . 935' 'K . Q, .Jim N52 Maj WLM 1 N, Av -MH-ow' -K , la Q 3 iiiifi? L Senior Class Play Ahliy Brewster . . . Reverend Doctor Ha Teddy Brewster , , Officer Klein . . Officer Brophy . . Elaine Harper . . . Mortimer Brewster Dr. Einstein . . . Lieutenant Rooney. Mr. Witherspoon . " ARSENIC A . f rpe r Martha Brewster . . Johnathan .... . . Officer O'Hara . . . ND OLD LACE " Sara Olson Nancy VaChon John Sanders Howard Jackson Gary Monosmith Bob Clark Bonnie Cameron Sybil Glaspey Audrey Orr Jim Fisher Kurt Sligar Joe Kauzlarich Marvin Frueh Lanny Willman .Dean Jones Directed by Mrs. Duane Bailey Junior ll Angie. . . Margaret. . Lorraine. . . Kitty ..... Mrs. Morrow, , , . , , Mr. Morrow . Class Play SEVE NTEENTH SUMMER " Linda Austill Gretchen Baker Roberta Cameron Bev Pinkerton Charlotte Collier Don Shirley Jack .... Tim Hobbs Art . . . Bob Clark Martin. . . Bob Gregorich Jane . . . Carolyn Kidwell Tony .... Cecil Smith Margie . . Bev Noble Fitz . . . Lanny Willman Act I The dining room of the Morrow home, Saturday morning in late July. Act II Scene One: The Same. Fourth of July Afternoon. Scene Two: The Same. An evening in late August. Act IH The Same. Saturday morning in early September. DIRECTED BY MRS. DUANE BAILEY -1:4 'a I' ta' 5? He's Jlm F1sher Sr Guard 5 1605 He's Tom Ingram Sr Back 5' 1 if Football He s Jxm Walker Sr Back ION 1 He's Larry Morgan Sr Back 5 10 1 01? Sixty-six He's . . . B111 Reynolds Sr Tackle 5'10" 1884 He'S Gary Lounsbury Sr Back I Jr Back '8' 1 if H6"S Jerry Doescher Sr End 10' He's George Mersereau Sr Center 11 1 if I Jr Back 1 1 Football He's . . . Jerry Rlchard Sr. Back 6'0" 165if He's Bob Breshears Sr Back 5 11 ' 1 51? S1xty seven 5" "- 65 He s . . . Lanny Willman He s . . . Don Shirley 5 '- 40 5'1"- 75? 5' ' -1704? ' ' - 6 He's Txm Hobbs Jr End '2' 1 He's Harold Volland Jr Guard 6'3 2 01? He' s Terry Kohl Sr End '2' 1 if Foutbull He's Melvm McGrew Sr End 5 11 1 045 He's Jerry B1rge SrEnd 6'14f He's Ted Seward Sr Guard 5'9 1 if Sixty-eight FSF? 1 sk' E13 1 - BACK ROW H Dob1e J Cunnmgham A Stewart J Crothers B Nelman Mr Thomas FRONT ROW D Mor1arty J Whxtaker L De Moss T Sm1th J McNaul D Deardorff C Purbaugh E Henmng 1-,J gJf"WJv9 Ku. 5. FOURTH ROW Mr Borck T Seward J Manrlng G Jefferson D McDonald M Manc1nell1 C Salsbury B Bertsch A Wessehus THIRD ROW G Sm1th J Doescher D Shlrley T Ingram W Kldwell B McGr1ff L Lounsbury D Walker J Wood D Dunbar SECOND ROW J Kohl B Bresheals T Hobbs J Dugan J Robbms W Johnson D Kennett I Neumeyer B Clark D Olson M Flsher, L Mme: FIRST ROW J Fulcher M McGrew T Kohl J Walker L Wlllman H Volland J Flsher J Rlchard B Reynolds G Mersereau G Louns bury L Morgan ee Su S1xty n1ne I + s 1 ' ... ,eqbslhiq ' m : . ' , . ' , . , . , . n ' , . . : . ' , . ' , . - 5 I . , l y Q 3 I y 1 I J 5 A ' n I t , .-4 5 .-, U W' I I J V 1 ,' I 5 Fi . ' I , Q - I' 3' V4 'ff' 'fl I A v , s ' 7 ' OVC Vt r 1 !' fi . 4, 1 J, 11 I U u . ., Q --, Y , u KN N Q Q4-i 'Q' " u Y ,I 4 , L W ' : . , . , . ' , . , . , . ' ', . , . , . ' . : . ' , . , . I , . , . . , . ' , . , . , . , . . I . , . ', . , . I ' I ? ' Y ' ! l l ' Y! ' 1 ' ' . ' '. : . , . , . , . , . , . , - ' , - - , - , . , . ' , . . 'Wh-bww, The Managers B. Parker, G. Smith, J. Fulcher, J. Kohl. 1 Quan HM? Our Coaches Mr Borck Mr Thomas Mr McConnell M Leonard 12 LMW '. f. V H .QQ a' 1 - it ,A C' TRQIIJ' U f I f 5 a - 2 , . , . , . , r. . l ,wq"'?f" 65 Y 1? V Q 4 " A f x -L 1 Y a 1 ' V 3 in 4 ' 3 1 ff , N 4 we e s 6 . X 2 , , 4- a ta Q 5 Naches Naches Naches Naches Naches Naches Naches Naches Football Scores LEAGUE GAMES Selah West Valley Marquette Pasco Ellensburg Prosser Grandvlew 3 I-hghland FOOTBALL BANQUET canceled Seventy one 7 13 13 19 19 34 7 26 Naches 20 Wapato 19 12 39 6 ' 7 1 ' 25 All Stars.. 7 tcwa fliikl '-...li Football The 1957 football season for tho Ranffers of Naches Hxgh School was not as successful as that of last V631 but we clld not fmlsh last Although the tc am came 1n seventh place they game-cl ont of the blggest upsets the VLHI by clealeatlng h1ghlyfaxo1edVlfapat0 20 to ln a xox V CXClt1T1g amt Ono Naches Rangex Jlm Flsher was placed on the Yakima Valley All Conference Tcam Ha1 old Vollancl Tom Ingram Geolffo IWLI sueau anrl B111 Reynolcls e Cen cd honorable mentlon Gary Lounshurw was chosen by hxs team mates as Honorary Capta1n and Inspl ratlonal player of the year Mr Jake Borclx was coach S O W EV 'vi' OU The basketball team had a fa1r1y successful sea son Although the team d1dn't fxmsh hxgh IH the lea than their record mdlcated Included 1n the 11st of wms was a b1g upset over Selah 1n double overtune 54 to 52 lngr Seve ntv four F i L . YQ 6 as U S X G Q 6 5 6 cp Q 4 ca "' fr. Y 6 d F 1. f Q 1 jg! G V f 2:57 i ' d as ' - y , Q he a ' . ' ' ' ' ' - U 'E 3 A QL Vavv Q Q M- gue, the Rangers often showed they had a better team s e 12 V r t Q . . , 5' f :Q 37' o K0 ,, .9 'Q' '72 . m H e 6 If - X 6 Y 1 Q 6 9 '22 G Q UZ K3 la 0 'Q W. Y 111 Slx sen1ors played thelr last games agamst Mar quette 1n the D1str1ct play off They were Fred F1fe Fred Krme J1m Flsher, Tom Ingram Gary Louns bury, and Joe Kauzlarlch Gary Lounsbury was chosen honorary captam w1th J1m F1sher captur1ng the Insp1rat1ona1 Award Mr D1ck Thomas was coachmg the team X I' a KU ho Seventy f1ve Naches Naches Naches Naches Naches Naches Naches Naches Naches Naches Naches Naches Basketball Scores 26 33 42 43 51 44 37 54 68 44 44 52 Highland Selah West Valley Moxee Marquette Cle Elum Highland Selah West Valley Moxee Marquette Cle Elum Squad SECOND ROW L Bmggs N Anglln J Robblns D Terrell J Manrxng Mr Nott B Gregomch D McDonald B Bertch J Dugan 27 46 49 54 59 72 56 52 71 54 61 62 McConnell FIRST ROW G hh-L ,jy:,,ffg " v' ,K XX, gfjx li , ff' !e! 3 ,-5. I, 'I J , ' E3 St 15' n f? 2, 2 5 4 bl v 1? W 'Q s 5 5,2 ww.: A fkicf' ' ff.. 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I ll It 1 Mil T FOURTH ROW E Queen J Fmerst W Johnson D Kennett B W1ll1ams THIRD ROW J Fxerst R Ingham J Carothers J Cunnlngham T Sm1th H Doble R Johnston B Hancock D Morxarty SECOND ROW V McNamara R Franc1s S Kxdd K Sllgar J Doescher N Keep J Kauzlarxch S K1dwel1 G Mersereau FIRST ROW B Breshears L Dukes G Lounsbury Truck Th1s year's track squad showed remark able ab1l1ty and placed hxgh 1n all meets they attended, 1n the fxrst part of the year Returnmg semor lettermen were Kurt Sllgar, Jerry Doescher Joe Kauzlarlch, Bob Breshears, Jerry R1card Leroy Dukes, and Norman Keep March 21 March 28 A r 11 8 Apr 11 Apr 11 25 May 2 May 6 May 10 May 17 May 23 Naches and Selah at Selah Naches Sunnyslde, and H1gh land at I-hghland Naches and H1gh1and at Naches Moxee and Naches, at Naches. Naches and Toppenxsh, at Toppemsh. Toppenxsh Inv1tat1onal at Toppemsh. Naches, Selah, and West Valley at West Valley. Sub D1str1ct at Yak1ma. D1str1ct Meet at Yak1ma. 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ER 2-Band traveled to Wapato to march in the Wapato Harvest Festival Parade on Labor Day. 6--Ron and Rod Dean, and Phyllis Snelson were elected cheerleaders for football. A "Get Acquaint.ed" dance for the freshmen was sponsored by the sophomores. 9-Songleaders elected-Dorothy' St. Martin, Audrey Orr, Bonnie Cameron, Judi Van OCTOBER NOVE MBE 28 Z9 DECLMBE JANIJA I-1 de Brake and Linda Smith Iowa tests were given to all bf niors and sophomores Football game with Selah tht rt We lost 1.5 I2 ASB Drive ended with the senior class winning the race Individual pictures taken for the annual Sportsman's Day opens non school function We lost to West Valley on our field 13 20 Sportsman s Day Sophomores won first prize for their float in the parade Sehool was dismissed for the fair Football at Marquette We lost 19 34 Band traveled to Pullman to play for the college s game Wapato played on our field a great upset we won 20 to I9 What an exciting ga-me 1 1 Game at Ellensburg They won 39 I2 Pep Club sponsored a dance Out for apple harvest Returned to the halls of NVHS Game with Grandview here They won 7 6 Out again for apple harvest Back to school, and had group pictures taken for the annual R Football at Prosser Cancelled because of illness College Conference for the seniors held at Moxee NROTC representatives talked to senior boys Homecoming festivities begin Rally held on school grounds and then a march through Naches King George Mersereau Queen Becky Anderson Prince Tom Ingram Princess Dorothy St Martin were introduced Game with Hlghland here They won 25 13 Royalty was introduced to the spec tators Homecoming Dance with Don Gra.ham's Orchestra providing music End of first quarter Student leader s conference at Sunnyside Report cards were distributed Election of basketball cheerleaders Darlene Wetmore Becky Anderson and Linda Duncan enior Play Arsenic and Old Lace National Assemhlv Pep Club sponsored the annual football banquet Thanksgiving assembly Thanksgiving y acation R Herald Republic ski school program Game with White Swan there Wt won .ml .18 Zillah here We won 40 35 Group pictures taken for annual In an exciting gan e Prosser beat us in oyrrtin e 44 -16 Christmas Formal Blue Crystal Ball Christmas Assembly and Christmas vacation starts Grandview here They vion Q' .io 'yachts 17 Goldendale ad at Goldt ndale I-irst day of sehool 19.18 Wt lost to Gran er in i6 L Hi hlund there Ph 27 they Won National Assembly We lost to Selah he rt 46 3.3 Aftei the game the freshman elass sponsored a danee At West Valley we lost 42 -19 Game with Moxee it Moxee .14 4.3 they vyon Marquette here They defeated the Rangers 19 il Semester examinations Lnd of semester Gold N Club sponsored a smoker il-13-- ' -1 1' - 1- ' - 1, 13- ' '- ' ' -. ' - . mn . . 1 , . . X. . , , 20-- f 5- ' , ' 21-- ' . ' - ' ' . 27- - ' " - ' . . .- . 28- , ' . 4-- v ' , v x ' ' ' l1-- . ' . 12- . 14-23- . 24- . 25- ' ' ' . - . 28-30-- ' . 3l-- ' . l-- . ' . 5-- ' , . 6-- ' ' . ,lu . . . . . . 8-- ' ' . - . ' ' - 9-- ' . ' ' ' ' . 12-- ' . 16-- ' ' . 19- ' ' . 20-- ' - , , 20-23--S ' ', " ' ". 25- ' , . 26- - K X ' . 27-- 1 ' ' fl . a-- - - ' -' f f . 6--First basketball game tpre-seasonl with Highland there. They won 49-30. 13-- A A " ' - ' 2 . - ' -' . 14- ' - . - -' . 16- ' " . 17- - 1- ' - ' 'f 'N-, '- . 21-- '- - , " V 23- " ' j ' ' ' ' ' '. 27- '-' . -' ' 'L-". ZH-." -' -L., - ", - . ' RY z-- " - -- ' . ii- - 5 gr F5-I , her '. .4-- 'g ' f -. 1. '-' , rj . s-- ' . - 10-.. . L- . . . -' - . .- i 1 - - - ' ' ' ' J e i1-- 1 - w - - . l7-- -' .'-1,1 ' . F-', j' . 1w-- - - f, -V - ' -F -F . zo-z4-- W - - ' ' -2 . Calendar of Event Basketball game Wlth Cle Elum They won 72 44 Hxghland 56, Naches 37 at H1gh1and Report Cards dlstrlbuted We won ln double over txme wlth Selah at Hlghland 54-52 FEBRUARY MARCH APRIL MAY JUNE 9 Naches 68 West Valley 71 ln overtune Annual sponsored a sock hop after the game Gxrls nurses trammg program all gxrls For the month of January Dean Jones recexved the Safe Drlver s award Moxee here They won 54 44 Naches 44 Marquette 61 at Marquette Game at Cle Elum They won 62 52 Basketball play off games at Hlghland We played Whnte Swan We won Return to Hlghland for chance at tournament but lost to Marquette Dxstrxct basketball tournament Talent Show Darktown Follxes sponsored by Thesplans NVHS band assembly WSC band played for the student body Band traveled to West Valley for an exchange assembly Elame 0'Dell was honored by reee1v1ng the Safe Drxver s award for the month of February Gold N Club sponsored a hobo dance Girls' Letter Club party -Small musxc ensembles travel to CWCE The freshmen held a class party Beglnmng of Safety Week An assembly on safe driving was held IH the gym Safe Dr1ver s award went to Jlm Flsher for the month of March ln a specxal assembly The track team traveled to Selah we won Tolo Sprmgtnme Fantasy Close of Safety Week Baseball at Selah we won 16 4 West Valley band came to play for us Natlonal Assembly Track at l-hghland Last day of thlrd quarter Report cards were dlstrlbuted Baseball Selah here we won 12 11 YVJC Band performed Easter assembly The baseball team traveled to Elsenhower we won 6 0 CPS for a conference for FTA members Representatnves of the Armed Forces talked to all sen1or boys Out for sprmg vacat1on. Teachers attended the Inland Emplre Teachers Instltute nn Spokane There was a track meet wxth Hxghland here We won A baseball game at Mar quette We won 1 0 Students honored at a scholastlc honor banquet YVJC cholr performed Moxee track meet here Baseball at Hxghland FFA held 1tS banquet Teachers Workshop at Lower Naches Out at 1 30 Selah was here for a baseball game We lost m an 6XC1tlHg game of 14 xnnmgs Gold "N ' Club sponsored a skatmg party m Yaklma Track meet at Toppemsh Hxghland exchange assembly here Jumor Class play "Seventeenth Summer Rangers journeyed to Toppemsh for a baseball game Davis here for a game NVHS open house Band banquet We journeyed to Toppenlsh for an Invltatlonal track meet Baseball Cle Elum here Mothers Tea Track at West Valley and Elsenhower came here for a baseball game Out for Work Day We went to Wapato for baseball Sub Dnstrxct track meet at Yakuna Roller skatlng party for students who turned ln money from Work Day At Ellensburg was a baseball game Baseball wlth West Valley here D1str1ct track meet The Junior Senxor Prom and Banquet State track meet held at Pullman Fmals 1Sen1orsJ Semors excused for Semor Week Baccalaureate Seruces Flnal Exams Commencement fmal event for senlors PIONELRS were chstrxbuted Goodbye 'NACHES VALLEY HIGH SCHOOL for 1958" One hundred one 25-- ' . - . 28-- ' , ' , 29-- ' ' . mu . - . . . , 1 1-- , ' ' . 7U . : . . , , I y , . , - B-- , , . 15-- . - . 17-- - ' . 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