Napavine High School - Napawinah Yearbook (Napavine, WA)

 - Class of 1936

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Q DEDICATED To our beloved teacher, advisor and co-worxer, Miss Aline Kruter, to whom we, to a great extent, owe our several suc- cesses in N.H.S., we, the class of 19.36 f, W R SM mi affectionately and respectfully dedicate fi this sixth 9diClOn of the Napawineh. X , K 1 X I Sa xxx, 6 X 1 .2 'I Y- ' D 5q5g,m-vjibsv QV Eggaswegeqfiiw "'E3T"!" Qt -' f -1. A-..- V "5-'YT ' ,- i 'Y 17 "SWE , ,TRI in-., vu 'ef , 14.4,-2 ,f Y 1 ?":i'.r 'T' 'Y H-he. , Lf-1,.ffi , 4 .. ,ve 5 .. wg .-EN ,ml , .,. Y fav ' 'm -i-iff 5 .3 Z ,,, ,- V. f ' ff , ru 37.7 . - ii gil , 4.1"-' -5"',3i 1 I' qlgg-.9 W Y ' 'ETS :-.'r- ,K ' b- A -'inf . 1iw,w'f". E . Qfhff. e':s'i'5'f! , ,W T A rg 4' -1.15 wi, ,lj- ' we-1215, Q Aug. iw, 1 ' '55-FE ' 1 fr ' r'-if , fn A - :.:'L3w " wwf -i3,'U- 'f 1 .-S 4 -.. . A' W 23 ff L.5f"3'-5" fx 1 ..'.4,'1:'w.-. -if' 'L -, . nz' A551-. 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' ' ,Liif MQ' 5:52 gf, ' 3 'f 9. .J Y , il I . , . .W- .hw .i ' "Q :"?.i ...nw -M IV" If 'Ii 4 S:-'F , -9 '- Q 4 Y-':l?pi..: ffl- rf.: A :Av 'ff , ,. is , e im r It xi EJ i H 36 fu i y' n 1? 1 w ' V 1 N :M N1 i in-g iu i m'w SUPEHINTENDhNT'S MESSAGE It is with a great deal of pride that I approach the graduation of the 1956 cless. The class has been with me during the entire high school course and I am proud of the product. It is with real regret that I realize that this means the end of our regular nsrociution. Not only is this,trut with the seniors but with tho other students es yell. You may be assured that ytu will be in my thoughts r grunt deal in the future and that L shsli watch your prugress through the years, Perhaps yor some '.'n I usp be able to give 5 boost when you need ltr It is my hope that icr ouch one of you 1 have boon able to be of soma smsil serviet in preparing you for the JK life that is ahead. If this is sg I Dm gl G, If l have 4 fuiled any of you I am indeeu sorry and bog your forgiven fy' ness. gyn- Above everything else L hope to be remembered by etch ffyh and every one of you as 5 frienu on whom you may depend X Zffh when you need one. g""4'6,f" , x ff' .9 f I' ' ,4 Y V I AJ" - , 1 , if 5 'Q f I J tg.-R ,If qsvg' ,sf utr is LJMQUV um: 'Y-Q 5 qw fl.. ,- ' 1, 1 9, F f i a , I , -I . , ':.- ' Al ps' ":"'r- ,5 -"L ' 1 - ' . . ' vi.. ' stu' an-i 5- -Ltfrf-T ' i: ' y ,J - - -:gf .4 ' g ' y ' .za ':'Q2t :S 'sn 1 , ,fills Xxx ,.l, ,- xl ...'t:"' w : 1. W..." "1 -- -r. 1- A 1 -." -..L-as 'lf 533.-.:. -r OUR HIGH SCHOOL The first high school classes in Napavine started in the fall of 1911 under the supervision of W. P. hagley. This first high school course was for one year only and was offered in an old wooden structure Goan town. In 1913 the high school was moved to the present grade school building, but it was not yet an accredited institution. Finally, in 1918, the first class to finish a'four year course was proudly graduated. From this time on, until lsit, when the present stru- cture was erected, the high school increased in size, and steadily a ded to its curriculn, until it was up to the standard required for college entrance. At the present time the curriculm includes the foll- owing departments: English, science, mathematics, music, foreign language, commercial, and the two vocational det- artments, Smith-Hughes agriculture and Smith-Hughes home econcmics. . . Hating very high in the life of the school and in student interest, arc the extra-curricular activities. Among the foremost of these are athletics, drematics, and Journalism. Each student must be passing in three sub- jects to be eligible to participate in these activities. The three mejor sports are football, basketball, ani baseball. During the year 1955-56, the basketball team was the only one of the sports to enter the county league, although inter-school games rere scheduled for both foot- ball and baseball. Under dramatics, the students present one operetta annually, and two plays, one by the Senior Class, given in the first semester and one by the Junior Class, during the second semester. In addition, there are monthly literary programs, yresented by each class in succession, usually featuring a short ulay or skit. In the feild of Journalism, the students undertake two major activities. The first is a sixteen ,age monthly newspaper, entitled the UNapsuinahU vhich is the official organ of school activities. The second, a project carri- ed on mainly by the Senior Clrss, is the publication of e yearbook which chronicles the year's work. . The girl's league is an active group consisting of all the girls in high school this year, the league spon- sored a penny carnival, and a mothers' and daughters' mixer. I In addition, the boys are members of the Hi-Y, an or- L ganization which stresses moral, physical, and.mental dev- , QQ elopment. The main feature of this group is usually the M'Qk! annual sending of delegates to the HigY Conference. 4" .xx nat xr snirers fs:-uamaI"7h ' ss eigfllll fd .So- 'Bl 922965 ff ' - x QQ N 1 x . ' It ,-.-f-,..f-'if'-::... .......-. N I S - Q H Y- ' - S N . ,X .H . ,,4 A l . h ' Q:-Q S N ' N .5 I '.:f-4'l'2.,,f"' Q 1 sf.fs1..X.-s '- --i.--'rfb' , -4 N- - K' 4 N P rt , Egfill-'v'?...Q . I is -Z -.xv L -- x, QS :nl--:Q 'QQ I ' . 4 I ' H ' X , -N ,U . -Q- H 1 1 X.:--.,, 14 .l -A gg- 'IT1-x 'wifi .- ..-. "' ' -:FT Q-.T yy M- , L... .. , . , . A A-I ' -- ' . - V f Zi ff 'J E M N 157' ,. r-fp 'Q :F145g,,'n' an ..NlWsrjJ 55: 4, The consists services Mr. C. T Moore is member. The supervis ings and The their gr difficul Thh ECnOuL BOARD school board of the Nagnvihe Public Schools of three memberu, all vhom render their to the school and community vithout salary. scVudin is the flsrh o' the hoard, Clyde oYairmuh and mr, V. Z lright is the third board is very active in hirlhu teachers and ing imurovemohtr made on the school build- ground. Seniors Wish to thank the School Boird for eut help in seein? us throufh our many ties during our four yours of high School. , ,Z I' 1 is :v'9:,.fQs?Pw 'K H s X I IA xgxbi -f 'xxx , Q5 x ki? X It ,. 1 JI ,lm 1 xh' Y g 1 1. ' 1 I Z A , I f ,J , 1 ,:" cl' -- , h Q- ' - r 'VJ I :qv A . . ,lg Ulm , ,- ,,,,. ff, g' - 'f Hin -Q 4 ! X - Bu 4 . -,rf . ff . 1 X , K ....-4' J ' lx. --f- - 1:1 l 7-5-1 -7, V ',, 5' ' ' , A f " u: , ' 1. n ,r ,.- 'ff-'Z "' am' Q . :E ,,' x "M 1 v 1 wg 1 1 'R in -s kt-,ii J? . -K x, 'N' -,:EE5'Hl.s- Ciiiwr A MESS,CE FROM THE SENIORS This last year has been e busy end a full one for us Seniors. We have been engrossed in the business of fin- ishing up the last stages of e four year period of educa- tion, we have been absorbed with the complex details of commencement activities, and we have had e grand time be- ing impressed with a sense of our own overwhelming imp- ortance. But now that the year has come to e close, and the dey is et hand when we see our work finished, with nothing left for us but to say VGood-Lye', the sense of eletion and importance has somehow dropped from our shoulders, and we feel only sorrow at having to go. On the whole, our four years have been plefsent ones. 'P hevn formed friendrhifs which if hone will lest us through lifeg we have 1 rich store of mcmories thet'will never leave us, we have revrets for our westfd hours, hopes for our future, amhitiwns, unr'ali2Qd drrfhs, end the courage and confidencr of our ycuth. It seems fitting to us at this time, while we are in the mood for sober reflections that me should express our appreciation and gratitude for the wealth so generous- ly bestowed upon us. Grrtitude is difficult to voice adequately, but we do want to think our pzr nts for their sacrifices and prophetic vision in providing us with our dducstiong we went the members of the frculty and the school board to know that we appreciate their efforts on our behalf, and wc went the neoolf of thc community, who hevc supported the school :nd our activities, to real- ize that our appreciation extends to them also. As we think ebout these things, we rfslise that it is not enough for us to simply thank you for thcsf tent- fits. More is exdectfd of as end so, looking into the future, we pledge oursalvcs to bc good citiafns, to lovc our country and to obey its laws, to uphold the traditions of our fathers, and rbove ell, to keep feith with our- selves end our God. v K ci- U ,zxi X jg D N X ,..evf. e s A , we -V A s-,L--'W . .ii sf-'sr-1-h.--........ XX ? ff ITQQNR , xNNwHEsJmqPi5u.r gf . A 4M,, igs. im , veiii2w"hfUf" - MAL-- V. "rf 'bil -. , Eff- X" 2' J , L ' T..-V '- . ?""l .gl s l "QQ --x Y. " ffwtfh-ri?4y'., -,f'rwwsi5? J! x-wth Alb, A ., i . -ff T I rr-asf-is-4 is is-.M i ff -A -J?-" i --Q.. 41 'Ng i '-2.--... , K 459' 5, 1. - NJ.: . ? 1 I -"." ' 4" ' ., f ....-f, - 1' TL ..g- v.H NAPAVINL LBCURTY Mr. Herbert G, Hunth Bullinghar Nwrmal UnivLrsity Qf WashingtQn Superintcndent'S Cortificatb Miss Aliue Kratcr Ccntralia Junior Chlleg, University nf Mashingtqn Bnchclur cf Arts English Eiwnxch world Problems Dramftic Cgach T nibrfry Journalism Mr. Ncrman 5. Lundquist Washingtuu State Cullege Bnchelwr pf Science Smith-Uughu? fgriculturc if '31 ' ' if ' M555 . Y 53qr.:f'w ,ff .f' -f.-if-'gf y' .I lx G F -'TL If A , , I A- 'svn , is mtl F.. .L 'f - 4" , r . 1,6 r 0 9 fm .5 X,,'q!jL,i, F fhr' ' CW g?!gQaff HW' fy!! E TJQREQ'-n " N '- it ,t -K f- XTXDH i it ESI -..-- . '1.'-. ' 'Z -M .....:..-'E-5: TTS' '-.:'..'1 - Miss Dlrsthy Wrrd University if Lsshingtqn Bcchelur if Sciunxe Smith-Hughes Lcun pics Related Scicncc Art mr. J,hn Andrew Fuller Univcrsity sf Washingtun Bachelnr cf Scicncc in hducatitn Gecmctry Algebra Vccatiunal Civics Furcstry General Science Boys' Athletics Miss Vivian Larson Cullcge of Puget Sound Bachelor nf Arts in Physical Educatign U. S. History Typing i English Business Arithmctic Girls' Athletics Mr. Duuglas Babe ci College uf Puget Snund Bachelpr of Arts Typing Shgrthond Bsukceping Q Law K Q Glcc Clubs xxx g X xl' V' QW .,MJ X Aix! ...igxnf J xu L! ,f' 'Q x t 13 Sql '2?d-Nqmxfllugl X ,K . , ,Y .... X Airs M im. I K . 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B., vice-pres. student body 4. i xxuxf Q M Leo Carty General, Q HPeeweeU 5 Xxx Basketball l,2,5,45 , X football 3,b,45 baseball 35 Junior class play 53 ,, junior pres. 33 glee club 5, f I operette Zj annual staff 4. Y , .- . 5 lr f Marie Breloer General I n! 3 if 1 ff Yf'l Nl l,I,,, s:,fv mf I A, ,.f xfhif- k'11"' - Z " j', . , , I f A A Q , I 'i?,c55 I Wil' F Z' E,,e3gs' F 1 . fjgzzl-eff. ,ff ?'mn, 7 9' -Ti? 4 ' BQ I at -9 19 L ' ,171 Qffq - J N' , .fwxf --. . , -2' - ' 'xi-lf ....."' 5, 5. Q ...- .. 1-5, 1- ,g' , V "I, 01 . -' 5 4 g . 1 rm eelfi E it . X, li .iff we Q . X N 5 N N. X Q.. -QI" .l- I T ...- --..-."" . i.'......,...... - I Lee Chamberlain General X Football e,5,4, brsketbell Q5 l I baseball 3,55 Hi-Y club B5 4 advertising manager 53 stuient , K ' body treasurer 43 business manager 4, rgfret Constent Geneztl HConnieH Glee club l,4,o,45 sports l,5j girls' lergue l,3,55 operetti l,3,5j hiking club 1,35 clfss reporter 3. ' 4 X3 Frank Cook General HCoeLieN Foothill l,J,b,45 beshetbrll 1,41 l athletic menegeribg fs' ' class president l,4, x,w,f N K,-kxl Edna Enz N Q Generil f i Hhdolen Entered from Portland l955j class president 23 hiking club xg operetto J,Zj ,w Napawinch sttff 4,55 f X class, Secretory 33 junior xii, play L, glee club Z,3,45 i secgetiry stulent boqy 5, presi ent girls' lerguefl i senior pliy in r ,..4-fQ, 'i is N .-.431 1 x J' VJ, f ' XEQBQQBXX-: ,,..-"jx NT Ss- n ,,. su"-S' A.. I xx bs,- " Q bk 'gg 'N . J? '- X 4. ... Xi. -i Ti '.J?"""'- X ? 1 ' "s, - N x s K 1- ws lr N 5 ' , 5 -nr, ,,q ' I .N Q N ' V x fl X 5.4, A 1 S N wc: ' -. ., N .'. 1 N V ' , - - - , . -if J f ' I Q - 1 ' -517t"' a re-- '-- 6 N U 'TR ...- ."' N ' ' ' . :4.- - H -'wr - ., -X A - f-- ,P ,Z ,Q ' . 7- v .- . 5 jf, 1 fl' Qc A. im ,VW F., ...- o I I Joe Ford General f 7 HHERFYH I X Glee Club ll olffss prc..Q1.ent .il ' basketball dj baeeblig : Aj sport editor 13,3 ' 5 1 foiwtba ll ,3,:.-,4 1, A student bocgy .sfrgent-:r-1rrQ:s el, I yn - 2 1 v' l. K, i. Genevieve Freeman Commercial X HGYPSYH r X Library lg glee club Q. 1 k I N, 5 .7 'x 1 ls A 'x K - Harry Gorley General NX "Buckley" ' Class treasurer C55 F.F.A,F .'Q,4. ,,-, K ,f X, V 4 f A , W F Harvey Griffith Um:-Jrfl' ' ,' N :zHLI.Vu K , Football l,3,5,43 lf Xxx baseball 5,53 boys glee '-X lx club l,e2,L?53 operett: 4,04 - A secretary stuflent bony ff--1 i 9,3 president of F.G.AK. 2:15 VA' clalss SCC1'Cti,3.1"y I X.,.,,,-' ' ,jk Napswinuh staff 3,3,4j FW gm? student body pmsiacent mf"f4,43.'.g f, , - . 1 41 I e4 -:IL - ' 4 . 1 F , 9 ef f f f ,ff ,,,i2aaSF ffk. HJfs5fI2ah.s294?ffZZ5? -1 . - .1 -Z. 4 v .. I ,,f 1' 4ii,f- G.. :ae. nfMWUW' w 3 - ,,...-qfgf. I , X Mx X, kv X. N V -gk 'X 3... l '. ,- . 9 i gil - A NliQ x -ML- -- JU.-X-vi Viz., ......:?-Ei 'Tag' ..-..:.. HX ' xxx Gilburt Hngwell General X Hpilil-H Junior play 61 Naprwinah 1 - staff Sr nnnurl staff 5,4. I X I 'x I i Bill Hznson General X Yi ,J il f Entered from Chchflis, 19353 . senior play 45 annual staff 4. f' N . hrvin Hclguson General HHotcakeH Nnpswinah staff 15 sports minrgur Qg,bwn6 5,43 clfss f'N plfys Q,43 class sucretary 4. ' N . . N . 1 AlLc, hnnsnl QOmmCFCl5l Doubln trio l,Q5 mixed V chorus 1,J5 glee club l,2,3,4j X., bc3LntDfll J,U,43 junior " ' pity 55: opqrciftf' Fu, senior I plly 4, ff! xxx U, I l N -b XX---fx .2-.. '- ' -V -- "Q-, 'Qt-M .Q H I H ,,.-:..i --M- -M N ,:"" . iv' , X Xxn mu fx? A ,f ' , ,fi A 1 .--Nfffffi'i?X'--.,, ff" s--Q, 'lg X-'X 's f' I-,, Lf '1-- xx "'--XLS 'X " "ia, G fi 3?-Xx?1'T""'f"'-sf-:F21"" ,. pf -N -R f A-M-wx - sw . .- , ..- , , , . . --GN J K Lf IF 13311511 - "' f '- f 1,1-' .mwwvX -gs, w-l 5S,m!f ' I ' 45' -"ig: - ei -2' 'N - gg, ' ,Q ,, 'firi- fffs' Mzfq' 3 ' 2:1 -'--1-"' "-"' .1...---.I Francis Anderson Genergl nm-ldyu Re-entered from Chehalis-1954 F.F.A. Thrift Bank Treasurer 55 , F.F.A. Watch Dog :sg ' football 5,4g basketball 5,4 baseball 3,45 glee club 45 class vice pres. 45 annual staff 45 Nepawinah staff 43 F.F.A. vice pres. f UBreloerH Basketball lg flee club X j K K X . I ',f""'- Clifton Carroll General I f X HZep:H Q Class secretary l,4g I N basketball 5,43 annual staff 45 class play 43 football 43 Q Nepawineh staff 43 , 5' g .-" .7 1 X r Marie Breloer General ! X1 1 - vice-pres. student body 4. xx ff 1 .H I g M Leo Certy Generali 5 UPeeweeH f Xxx Basketball l,2,5,45 X football 3,b,45 baseball 35 Junior class play 5g ,W 1 junior pres. 53 glee club 53 , 1 7 I, operetta 55 annual staff 4. -RA Q ,Z ' - V1.9 Sn , , xl 1 T621 if . Z , , 1 , In 1, K Z A 1 - il N 4.0 ima? f. f wtf' ' Wlffkilr-so a,,,.-- m vslmg, - , Fri A 1?-P ff "' , M - Q ty ? '4 5.-55555-1 ing? . Ns NN Q -3" . lit.,- 1--.-... v--Q..-Q . Q.-.'f...q..., - I Lee Chamberlain General I X 4 Fbbtbf-ll e,5,4, brsketbell Q5 9 Q baseball 3,55 Hi-Y club B3 advertising manager 35 stufent 1 body treasurer 45 business manager 4, fl N Mergfret Constant Genezil HConnieU Glee club l,4,o,45 sports l 5' E , I-I J . girls' lergue l,8,o, operetti l,3,5j hiking club 1,35 Clie: reporter 5. N F- ,. 1. w Ng, 1 Penn Coen General HCocLleN Footbsll L,J,b,41 besketbcll l,t, fav athletic mansgeribj Q H class president l,4. 'xllj N Vl ff'kN ECU! Enz N Generfl ' 1 Hkddien Entered from Portland l955g class president 25 1 hiking club 55 operetto J,3j E fw Nzpawinch staff n,5, X f X class-Secretary 53 junior QT xnlfl play E, glee elm? g,Q,4, - secle try s ulen bony 5, r . .. , A R4 Nl pI'6J3lL ent Q.lI'lS' ler glue fl., QQGRN, 5 senior pl: y "' xx" V n it ' x X 1 If -- x N N 'i"I""':l'i'l"" 4 W 'X F X 'Q ,li - .Jw-,.5b+ xx e2L,, no eff' r SX - e..eg'7.! I ,Q -as-- ef X 5, Q -fl ,4- ILL , . T --331 lx 'kb gg.: 5, 1 1-H23 N ' I --as ML: 315 J Q, ,b ,,,4, xl. Eaillifwf 'riff J., T, .. i Joe Ford General 5 7 'fllenryl' . I Q X f Glee club ll class pm.:s1.ent ,ij - basketball ,gg bwebrrgg gy l j sport editor 3,55 ' I 1 fompbllll ,3,:,,4 -f XX student bony sflrgent-:r-f1'rg:s --TL, ll X5 .' 1 K, i Genevieve Freeman Commercial N Library 15 glee club 5. 3 g f x v ' 1 M ef X XX A . Ha-rry Gorley General XX "Buckley" ' treasurer 35 F.F.A.r .fL,fl. fe, K ,lf I," Wir 4 r A Harvey GI'li'f'ith Geri:-orfl ' A' N f'Hc.rvf' l K + Football l,:3,En,43 YQ Xxx baseball- 4,53 boys glee l XX lx club l,23,E55 opcrettf zf,o, -y A secretary student bouy If--1 g :yew president of F.G.Ar. 2:55 f y' Gloss sccretzgxry l X-rv," ' ff,- Napr.win:1h staff .3,lQ5,4j ef gm? student body president Ugj"f4,l4fg 1 fi x 1' , ff' r A1 -3-nf, , V1 " ff.. -,, ' . 1 - A 5, f-f f f ,, , if ' ff -' 'r -+7-.. - --r f 7.' '55 V ff Am- ' ' '--vrfr 1 . ,, . 'W - :.T"- .. , - . .' ,..-4--ti". I fi I T E-Niffi I :X , ... X. --' JRE--I 'I ': ...- -..l'...'T-E-."l 'Ta ' .-::... NXN Gilbcrt Hfgwell General X 7!Pil1II Junior play 51 Naprwinah I XX - stuff Sr rnnufl staff 5,4. I J I 'x I I I Bill Hanson General Ilswcdcil 'N -. 1 'Y l E' I hntcrcd irom Lhchflls, l9c5i , senior plry 45 annufl staff 4. fr hrvln Hclgeson Gcncral HHotcLkeH Ncpcwinah staff lg sports msnrgur Qg,bvnd 5,43 clrss K '!j plfys Q,45 class sucretary 4. l X ' . - . 1 Alle, hlnsbl Commercirl Doublu trio l df mixed 1 - J , V . P cnurus l,JQ glee club l,H,6,4j f-, bQ3l.tUfll J,U,43 junior " ' X pl: 3: Q1 opurctltfl FQ, senior Q plzy 4, X ' X , Ik or yu. U 1 QNX! . -Q nf ' I K X .XS-fx I -f-M 4' N H,, -4-l wfigrMM- H Xxx ? ',, x N' xx-SL N! -- iq 'z l-E'h--QFgx,liI 1' ""ll,A,, I I ZF'-ff" ,NLP X 'X "' ' N ,.Q.TI..a fgfldl, 43 sluqif--X, Q Nj-5 .' VM ELM ,f"?,j --- N .MIu ,. fLlMY43h ,- I - ,-. ,k 5 LS' a at W. . -g . 45 .,,,-gn H" 5 ,L,,. ' .5 ,J 11 x 1 I fQ' , W 0 5.9 A ' . .1 f I '-,, pu . , ,N - 4-S V - ' l S - I 1 ll .F 'Vf, 6. -I.. 1' I 43-.il - I-eg. V W ll'lAll' Edwin Klotzor Gonprrl RX f HDutchmonJ ' Class srrgont-at-:rms 1,45 baseball z, bcslotbfll pn 1 footboll 2,5,4j class play of ' annual staff Q3 class treasurer 0. 4 1 N Dan Macombor Gonoral nmpyorn High School band Q,3,4, oporetta 2,5,5 F.F A. 5,43 glee club 5,4j sccrotrry of F.F,A. 4. I N George Macombor Gonorrl Zfnxx - HCreSmyH Xxxs Nopawlnah staff l,2,5j KX basketball 2,55 glue club 2,53 band 2,53 onnuol staff 35 ,fv 1 football Ngpq-,111,mh omlitor 4. Q j Rolf , ff I , 1 1 hvolyn Martin Gonorzl HEAVIU Gloo club l,33 baskotbfll l,3,6,45 girls' lorguo trorsurer 35 Sargent-at-arms og girls' leaguo council 55 class play Q I I , I 1 1 X fl Xx . "4 ! x x,,f , , H- 'Z , , L, "K lg ' - li A .J K1gQg'lt-9-r r ":""'C": f-52133 1 MJ 11 f aj Nfy, Z? ,f J,+' ,if gl lf, f A , , , , N" Inf :ii ,, 1 f X 1?--Q Q' ll 'f A Q , arm, 4,.-qgg'Q:r' 5 xg Y ,X 'FN le x, if Xzigil s . x --- , .Jus - '1-- up-ir ' -- ......... - ...- A ssl v--.....,,.... - , -i.......,,..- N Edward Norman General HEddieN Band 2,5,45 F.F.A. club 5,45 glee club 5,43 operetta 5,4. I G Arthur Olson Scientific I llArtH ' Glee club 2,5,4g band 2,5,4. N . ffx Joan Severin General 1 "Johnnie" Entered from Chehelis l955. class secretary 2,33 glee club 2,5,45 basketball 2,Z,4, ,l, girls' league pres. 55 firls' league council 55 class play 45 N1QOViHlh staff 4, annual stuff 4, operetta 4, class pres . 4. l Martin Slade General HMuzzleN l Baseball 23 football 2,3,45 basketball 263,45 -ug W V x ' Q . in r.!,,-f- 'I . l l , H" ' ,,. ' "' - ' .214 - I N- .,' r'SQN. . I Qxv. I : nf, i -is --. .W MA g, H vQb+,. 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QR E- xx L12 --.. - NJ -' - --' ' ' . - .--N -...... . -,.-. .......- -4, 'px--1. Q '7' ..,,-. ...:: - -2, .i ..... -. COMMENCEMENT ' Schools everywhere have long felt the urge for a new type of commencement. Times have changed , school methods and subject matter have changed, yet the old type of com- mencement has remained with us. Feeling that the time was ripe for the introduction of a more modern educztional type of provram, the faculty and pupils of the senior class prepared a dramatization program which puts modern educltion on trial and endeav- ored to prove its superiority over the older methods. The aim of the program was to depict the ideals and the goals of students, primarily to enlist the sympxthetic appreciation and cooperation of parents in their attitude toward progressive education. ' The new graduation program did not gut an end to the traditional honoring of students in the school,,however. Scholastically, Margaret Constant and Clifton Carroll lead the graduation procession5 Margaret Constant won the coveted position of valedictirian, and Clifton Carroll earned the next highest position, salutatorian. In addition, Lee Chanbzrlain was chosen by the fac- ulty as being 1 cllss member worthy of recognition in the fields of schollsticism and worthy school membership. Bill Manson was similarly recognized by the senior class, which chose him as their popularly'elected representltive. These four individuals may well wear their honors with conscious pride. The awards they received were in recognition of qualities which made them outstpnding in their groups--the same awards are given not only to fel- icitate the individual, but to encourage him to further develop his abilities. ' 9 K KX Y . 5 V xi QV XG xy . .Q- ' R .nV' I wllflf x lk x - ' x If lf' " ,S , QL I?- .X e ' -igM1G?mT' ' ',,f' - fx"--. ---"x X N 5 ' -S3 "7-"-lmfl, Sf ,,-1' ' , xx is L.""'F,:, 'fu-.N . ev A . x f 'Y 1 N , , ,, as 'ie 51153. Ll., .ww if-1--.i,.4 - 555 -3.3, '- -s ,. .V V- N::j?,Je iisi' 1,-h SLNIOF GLASS HISTORY were planted upon the some young sprouts that importance but which nov have grown to be of national and international fame. The first famed gardener of these sprouts was Tom Richardson, a graduate of Hwashington State College of agriculture,H Th9'SDPOUUS Vere put firmly in their places on September t5, 1932 shen paddlings and electric shocks vere administered to them, but in spite of their treat- oercistec in growth and OCV91OQmSHU In the fall of l35S there campus of Napavine High School were not thought to be of much ment they A The athletic but was found to be present in some of seeds and since it lookec like a healthy ail- of the sagllngs were placed on the line mith and more cineriencec sprouts of the Naoavine the young :nent :JOIYIEJ the older farm, The seeds made their debut in the social vorld with a party vhich surpassed all previous freshman parties in gwtwamdsimwmu The young sprouts showed their wroress in acting by the presentation of the play, tYou May Stay After SchooLH which many critics say may be compared to or even surpass Clark Gable in HThe Call of the Lilt.H The growing sprouts showed their political ability by entering into class politics. The following statesman were elected to office: First Semester Second Semester Wilbur kright President Frank Cook Frank Cook A Vice Pres. Irene Hoerling Clifton Carroll Secretary Eugene Slemp George Macomber Tre :nrer Millard Hamrick In September 1954 then the sprouts convened it was found that there vcre several new plants to be added to the parent stalk so the not blades xero grafted on. The names of these ner blades rerc: Joan Severin, Jean Shorcy James Futter, Edna Lnz, Louise Adlophaen, and Art Olson. lith thtsc nov blades they started the year vith a bang! The first thing the Vrowing sprouts undertook vas to civilize the incoming Mountaineers, This xas accom- plished by very severe and harsh treatment mhich initia- ted the Mounttincerr into their start up tho mountain of high school llfc. I v ,I H0 ' A f I NIV: Ax 1" ff X -47 I W H ,r I M, I .. M , 'f f xv I ' 4 W' fl gl " 1" , 05- , .. , . , i1: , " ,L,,7,.-.-- Q 'Wi' nw- . V . -422119 7' YC .Q Ag, -14. 14 ' 3 . - VA? 551,55 5 N s gy N .dr L if 7? "Wa- ,gif J' 1 fx A Q x 'xx 1. .-X it me :riff 'k E- x NX.-N 1. -.:Eig 1fgE:'LEE:P The next thing of importance tE'the community was when the young sprouts took their first exercise of the year in the form of a party given et the Napavine High School Auditorium, October thirteenth at eight o'clock. On November twentyninth, 1955 the sprouts gave the High School a treat by presenting the literary program which consisted of a one act play UThe High-Low Brow,H a musical number by Louise Long, and a tumbling act by Joan'Severin. The group of limbs of 1954 chose the following very efficient stalks to represent them end to lead them on through all difficulty. President, Joe Fordg Secretary, Clifton Carrollg Treasurer, Millard Hamrickg Marshall, Martin Slade: -All these performed to-the best of their ability as did thc following people for the second semes- ter. President, Edna Ent, Vice President, Irene Hocrling Secretary, Joan Severin, Treasurer, Jean Shoreyg Marshall Evelyn Martin. Mr Lloyd hnz, a faithful tiller, vas their advisor. Thus the vhole group of :tees developed fest end fur iously during their second year of High School life. Once again the Farmers of Nepevinc High returned to the cultivation of their vast acreage. The yeer was started off vith the iolloving ambitious teamsters to oversee the hell year's growth: Leo Carty, President, Eugene Slemp, Vice Prcsiccntg Joan Severin, Secretary, Harry Gorley, Treasurer, hrvin Helgeron, Sargent-at-Arms On October t enty first the Pianterf had their first frolic of the year. Various branches shoved their tcting skill by pre- senting a short play entitled UThe Train to Mauron on Oct ober twenty ninth. - Thus some of the crops of the first semester were harvested. These very sturdy blades were elected to guido the Vilbur Wright as farmers for the next half season. rancher, Art Olson, hired mang Audrey Stevens and Edna Enz as bookeepcrsg Edwin Klotzer as pocketbookg Eugene Slemp as barn latch. On April twenty sixth the Farmers undertook one of the biggest projects so for in their High School career, the Junior Class play entitled HThrcc Taps at Tmclvc.H The play was considered one of the best mystery thrillers ever given by a Junior class at Napavigc High School. On May eighth the Ranchmen enjoye. a picnic outing at Offut Lake. On May sixteenth one of the big events of the spring season took place. The Farmers gave the Indians of '55 ,fi- sis- XRQQ xt ,ff wie. Ras-fi:-'Sii55f'7N 'fq wesuigi' ' ,""' -v X ff1L'Ft,,'- 'C X .. x sf' -,-M--"ff"-----...... ' 'x,,.Q' ii ,N sX7:- -V - N s -- Q. s , X u Q as e,+g Q, -' . S... I ' .-. ly "--' '- wr , X gm?.,l-6,.Lf t. .hxmx 9. --...- I S - -L .. 5 W X 1333- th, J -4. xx- .X . 1, - -'-- 1 . L, ' H W' 'Till' . -. Q-L ' gs In " ' ' Sf' 'V "-'E.Qn-' 'Cl' ,ff :L l'1':5 favpr ' Y 5 4 .:4?emYft I-12- Qlld nil " 1 ii 1 a banquet. This proved to be a great success and was said by the Indians to have been the greatest social event of their High School career. On Juno first the Ranchers saw a great year pass be- forc them which had becn a success in sowing, cultivation and goloon harvest. On September fourth, 1933 the Farmers gathered, know- ing that this voulc bc thc lost time thcy'd be together to thrash out their difficulties. ' On September thirticth the last Literary Program to be given by thc nox mnturou crop vos rtagoc. On Novombc tzcnty sixth th- greatest, most stupend- ous, most magnificent, best dircctcc Senior play was put on in the auoitorium of Napavinc High School. A large crouo attcnoco one the play xox n success from cvcry point of vicv. On May sixteenth thc Juniors govt thc Farmers c . lovely banquet which was cnjoycc by ell attending. On May eightecnththc Farmer: leic down all tools and left for Hoods Canal at a very early hour in the morning completely surprising our schoolmntcs by not attending our regular duties. Everyone enjoyed the happiest time of their life, even though very tired and weary, but Tull of satisfaction. On Sunday of May twenty fourth the Farmers met in solemn council and a great Rancher, Rev Carl -spoke on thc Farmers' future. Today is Class Day, the lest meetin5 of the Grnngcrs. It is with considerable trepioation that the 3 Johnson Farmers of '56 hands over the reins of government to the Mountain- 4 ecrs of '57, though thcy hope that they will fill thc position accoptably through the roninh year On the morrov the Farmer: fill appear in the Great Halls of Napavinc High for their last great formal get- toycther. The appreclstion of th, class was gxpyzgg,d. in the words of their pledge after the prlduntion program. No doubt tho xorlc -A111 be greotly benefited by their Wise Qrophssying. After the great speeches thc long covetoc diplomas vcrc presented. and so the class of '56 bade all their schoolmates cnc fricndsWadiou.N HM D f yr I U Ixlrfcgf ll 'ily' A Z , A r -RYA I , , Z -4' V 1-s-'V-' nrt' ln ,, -.. ' T T ': "lf't, so l1,9'?ffW' . '1?l'11Pr:x1f.,u'- :qw . I a:efff.'H"f"' it ' 1 N 1 X i . N '2x': . YEQK. Vi,-r.. S ....-sa , :Lian SENIOR CLASQ VILL I ' l . Nepevine, washington Moy 27, 1956 W Nnpavine High School Napavine, Washington County of Lewis Dear ladies, gentlemen, babies, lnfnnts, and Democrats: We the cldss of 1956, because the end of the year is near at hand, do publish and declare this our last will and testament. First, to the school we will a box of linen handkerchiefs to use while drying their tears after we have graduated. Secondly, to our dear teachers. ',To our Superintendent, Mr. Heath, we will a sense of relief, that we at last graduated. To Miss Krater, our faithful class advisor, we will a great deal of patience, vhich she will need for the senior class next year. To J. Andrew Fuller no will two covhides ind 1 keg of ticks, with which to meh: 1 plir of shoes, hoping thrrw is enough mltcrill to do ro. To Miss Dorothy Yard we will the blttored and roll worn Home Economies cooking utensils, to use if she has lny student next your, To Mr. Babcock me will all tho toon und wrecked sh ut music. Also what is left of the tygcwritors. To Miss Larsen We lndve Shannon O'Nicl so she will always have someone to argue With. To Mr. Lundquist We will Q book, WHov to Menioulute 1 Chevrolet and Plymouthn, hoping he uses it to u good ad- vantage. X To our undorclnssmon the Juniors, we leave our honor- ed position as models of the high school. We hope that N" NMH' J "' x . Ji! N ks' KX Aa LF Ml, ,, ff "'hm,,,,,l 'WMM , -Q ' . . N , . N X av Ar' + V tx e 'A' i i e - i'-iifi-.e e me -- .- N. '- N 1 "-, f 'Q ' . - N ,, -'S 5 lst' 4 '- ' 1- jx' -U N 'X l Y .,.. A ' j --.0 5 " 3-A 'gffx A , ' . 'te 4, X I-' ,- ,. Q , ' ' ' - cn 1 1 K ,fm ,Sirk ZS I I. I 5-'v-.g,b X X 'fix '7 :. Wd, . 1 ..-N, .. P- it -'m1'v1'f..s iw igr ' '-- ?'? ' ' .gs W. ' 53 -Jn-W , -N ,,..v Q:-but " SQ' k. flgmpf is v1 ,V ff , fwnwgfin "Vik VA: they stand up under the striin. To the Sophomores Vu leave our ibility to skip clnss without getting caught. To the Freshmen we vill n 1933 claendur ind in alwrm closk, so they will be on hind for griduition. The smaller indiviou L b .,,' puynths its as follows: Eggggis gndcrson vills his football ability to Richird Serveym hoping thit Biooo ein fill out the punts butter than he did. Mgric Brelocr leavms her tall stature to Hclgn Martin, Knouing that she will need it to gliy basketball and to keep up the name of the family. Clifton Carroll leaves his ubility to get along with Miss Word ind Miss Larson it the ssme time to Shannon O'Neil. Leg Qggty wills his fondness for Swede firls to Darrol Attebery. Lge Chamberlain leaves his desk in the English room to Bonnie Van Cleve, Jopinq she Lakes good cure of it and docs not Write on it. Merggret Constant wills hor sailor hat to Gene Ander- ' son, hoping that some day she may get the rest of the suit. Egggg Cook leaves his fondness for yreckcd cars to anyone rho likes to patch up old WreckeA Genevievp Freomgn Hills her utility to vamp fat men to Myrtle Foister hoping who makes Food use of it. QQQ ford leives his parking sqace to Ed Lindbeck. ggggy Qgglgy Wills his success as e basketball player to any little freshmen, who mints to become 1 great stir. Hlrvey Qgiffith 'ill his ability to pct kicked out of English to Vernon Morivac. Qilbert Qggvell lelvss his ability wi 1 S019 box ora- tor to Marion Pierce, Bill Hinson loaves his ability to make the English teichcr laugh, to the Hotclke tvins. Ednu Egg Wills her friendshio vith the lover cliss- jfx men to Cherry Himrick. , iifl Ervin Holgeson vills 1 for blond curly hwirs that he 'JFK wi I4l'y?U1 fl! ,fig if ,ix -V W w K ,,. 2 . ' 1 ' 4 ' f ' , V TQQ H X-L 'A' -47, Y arf.. Ly- ' J, ,I 1, K ef f ,,. .v' - ' if I .,. n w- N- ,,..,-1.-.s rr ' ' ' ,pm-he l'..1 J," , Z1 - ,,,. ,I w.t:,,N -aut? . la v .- -- -nd .. '- ' : ' I ' A - 255' . ,,.p- A ,3 . 5, -1- 5 , . 1. ggvi.. ,' A -,:Ei?- TSfimLQEk.. picked from his coat collar, to anyone vho is interested in blonds. Edwin Klotzer leaves his nickname UDutchmanW to Amil Larman, hoping he lives up to the greet honor. Qgn Mgcogber leaves his love for pickles and his im- bition for being e Mayor to Fred Buckovic. George Macomber leaves his fondness for cream to uny- one who wants to get fat. Edward Morgan and nrt Olson leave their love for tink- ering with radios to Don Fo ler ind Ed Lindbeck. Mgrtin Slide leaves his ability to please the girls to Orville Music ind his golfing cbility to Stinley Dec. Eugene Slemo leaves his ibility to arrive at class on time to Russell Linhart. Wilbur Wright leives his sext in the bind by Bertha Smith to Ed Lindbeck, hoping Ed cvn learn to play 1 trum- pet. slice Qgnsel leaves her position of jumaing center on the'b1sketbnll tenm to mirthn Dir, hoping Mirthx guts on 4 little more height. Evelyn Mirtin Wills her Ability to mike baskets to her little sister, hoping that she m 4.r. hes i good job of it. Joan Severin leaves her ability to catch bisketball players from other schools tc Bonnie Vin Cleve, maybe Bonnie isn't so bad it this herself. And last, but not least, to our j1nitor,Bill, we leave any orange noel, candy wrivpers, peanut shells or any other trash, that may be found behind the rwdiitors. Signed this2 'I.duy of'NLA.Y, 1955 AND CAN YOU IMAGINE-- Francis Anderson--not buying milk shikcs Marie Breloer--being noisy in cl ss Joe Ford--without a car Joan Severin--not talking wbout Bob Clifton Carroll--learning to dance in the hill with--?? 2 Alice Hensel--filling for Hirvey A' Bill Hanson--going to school girty with--?? ,Xb Fr ink Cook--not buyinp "Hr-zcrkcd. cms ' ,Q heo Cirty--not mmkinf 4 point in 1 biskztbrll Elms X5 nugene Slemp--being editor of L nefsptger ' vilbur Wright--not Ufitihi tv R ini r nv XI, x .' X V - A-J' X . YN.,QQ,g.'! xx k . 0 af I 1 . ' . xx-4...,f uv N gg- -. X Q -H ' ' -- 3' . ,...........:-..,....Xxg K, . 1---2-1----.--..... vi nf, ' EQ '-ss'-"' " N A h' L T N I :"4-.'4':13"-ly.-Irxes, df-, " ,,,..-Q-fel. 'rn--11. 'rf'-Hariri Wm- -fl' -s--1,-s-sr-mqimvmwx ,-, rfbmqses- 5-.2 -Q .. qi, Y- .I I, 4-3' s A A xi .Nw 5. v 1 --.A-W i -. 1 ,-I - - K- X-f.s --rf. ' ' I '5::. -."v,ll.P'4 N - -P' 11-,5..i- ' ',m,t,V -,...V ,Vigil -"me L., j-qi-..'1-5 al n " . . fl-.TISEEA - - was l"v,1sF- 43 ' xx f 1 x N Y I lf,-'vifll HQAIUII H SeNIOE CLMSE PRCPHQCY It was c lovely sunshiny day in the your 1970, I yrs out in the field watching my Hedio-Plo' at its york, as it was plowing along about 150 miles Jer hour, suddenly it camo to an abrupt stop. I rushed oven, intent on finding the cause, and to my surprise discovered with my ex-ray gessro that there was u rust encrusted chest caught in the plow shore. Without hesitating I got out my magnet light ray and drew the trigger. Its force ues sufficient to pull the chest up through the ground and to put it at my feet, but I found the box to be fastened with c keyless lock. However, I remembered that I could open it with my electrode melting roy so I immediately did so. To my ds- tonishment I found the chest was full of valuable books and other literature dating back to the Hdoys of l958.H Opening the first ppges of one of the books I found it to be full of facts ebout the tecchers of good old N. H. S. My eye caught the nemo of L fellow former of olden days, Mr. Lundeuist. It stoteo thet he end his wife, the former Miss Kreter, Ldvisor of my Senior Class were raising potatoes in Death Valley, California. Curiously, I picked up nnother book, tho World Book of l958 and scenneo through it hurridly. Abruptly my eye caught the nemo of Joe Foro. The book stated that he Crho had clrays made his money in the wood business? hrd d job splitting kinoling for Gypsy Nelson, millionciress, ind boss oi the Nelson Chicken FLrn in linlock, lnshington. Since :ll this ancient history rss to my liking, I turned to the next chapter, one in am zement ciscovered thot Hirvey Griffith res playing bisebill in the Pacific Const LeLgUe. He mas listed 1' t king the shortstop post recently vscutee by Dixie Hoznll of the Portlenc Befvero On end On I reed, until I fount George Mucomber rn: editor of the Corn Center .Press rnc wes doing nicely. then I put down this book, I :inked up L l938 Timo Magazine and noticed o picture ef L ,feet :ernplene de- signer. He looked femilisr, se glancing et his name I found him to be Leo Corty. The article reed HThe well known Leo Carty, aeroplane designer, has nov reached notional fame mith the frstest aeroplane on record.H Redding further I found that Art Olson is working with Leo in the radio department. Following this, I noticed on article in the HChrisr f X 5 iv.- tion Horeldn tolling of Reverend Carroll rnd his wife, QfQQ- fthe former Alice Hensell taking L trio to the Holy Land. tl gfyff -, , . ld' 46. . I 4 , . -W V' V' if VI f ' 'Jig' L' A' V E. P -- 1 -fx M 1, Q N f gf .. I. . 9 5 .M fr L PT' Q L 2: I. gn ,Q l V VA ,Z lf fx I Q. . 31 94' Q xml! .... N SX., ,iff I N X Q- E L ......T"' 1 .. ...- ilii 1303 "'-'Iii tqtli , it-13:11 The Reverend and Mrs. Carroll fer: to give telke on their adventures when they returned. Suddenly I realized it ues time I strrtee my Rcdio- Plow or I vouldn't get my 3:5 acres plovec before dinner ' Through my belt broeccmster I cirectec tfo of my robots to carry the chest up to the house, mhilc I vent on Lhofd by means of my flying bolt. AS they set it down Cstill openl my eye fell on on Athletic Journal dated August 25, l953. Neturclly I couldn't skip it, so I opened it with interest The first article in the book vas Q three-page ennounce- ment of the boxing notch between the Vorld Chcmpion, Vil- bur lright, and the son of the former heavy-weight chemo- ion, Jack Dempsey. Under the srticle on football I szv a oicture of e Q -n prominent tackle, Francis Anderson. He yrs playing on the Chhcego Cercin'lS'prefessronelftosm. And in the :es of the some megezine I sem in advertisement which rerdz WTrevel corn the rote of life in that gceetest of ull trcns portetion units-Cook Cers. Sold one :ervice by Cook Motor Co.' Phone WA 4280 Los Angeles, California, on :bout the so ettlod dovn on or more inform- I was well pleiscd with the informzzi far famous class of '36, so new indeed I f my floating carpet to continue my senrch I ation about my old classmates. By now, I had reed all the magazines tray, so I took it out and prepared to look through thc contents of the second layer. Among the other books, my eye fell on a rein soaked Portland City Directory. It looked too intriguing to pass, so I picked it up first. In the front of the book was e picture of Dan Macomber, Meyer of the City. He and his wife, the former Miss hvnns were living in e beautiful bungslou on Portland Heights. Under the heeding HDoctorst I scanned through the . names wondering who had been the prominent doctors of thot in the upper time. I sev lfl' e nemo with e rod sta: above it Hboctor Pill Hagwell,H wondering vhy the stir new above it I looked at the bottom of the page and discovered the mystery. His license hae been taken evey from him as he hed lost every- one of his patients since he stqrtoe hbutchcring,t Then I turned to the Montgomery lard Employees. There I found kevin Klotzer vos clorking in the Ribbon and Scfety Pin Department. He vcr very oopulpr :ith his many custo- mers because of his knowledge of th- use of safety pins one ribbons. That seemed to exhaust the possibilities of the Lirectory, so I laid it csioe unc picked up L little book vhich I noticed was tritt n by Sheriff Bill Hansen. The title mes HLcm end Ureer.J Inoidentally the book vhs mrittcn, published and read by the Sheriff of Drycd. - m I, ,N ,rl , - iles. I f" N ki n A Sign va" ea I x X . Q X U - ry. Q .. - x 75 -,,,..--f.'-.-..-,-,,,. ' XXA ,U gk:-L A 2 .1" . X ' X you nerr, S' , -f' -4 M" N- I - "" 4 9 x 2 'T I x ' - 1--. - -.vua1-jv-- .. - ., 4 'il-gap Q, de Qs-:E I M ,7 g. , . - N 2 P," I I Q x x -.- Lx 1 mi: J sa L,-. 'Q' N M.: ----" ' .2 ' W ' xg Nm 1' A' "' "' ' 67' -v5 'x V . L 1 M Z 44 X' I lars l- s PM ,J5ii'N :T W' fr:-1 Having no law business he uns sn qrC,nt supporter of UThe Ladies A1d,H WThe tomen's Christidn Temperance Union,W and other ladies orgunizetions. On the cover of a magazine lying close to Bills treatise, there a beautiful picture of e movie star. Wondering who it could be I picked up thc magazine and found it to contain the vivid life story of the most popular movie star of the 1958 season, Joan Severin. I read the interesting article about her life end discovered that the butler of her Spanish domain was Martin Sledeu I had imagined he would have n wrestling bout or some other Job that needed brswn, instead here he vcs n pro- fessional cocktail sh ker, Next, I laid nside t couple of books that didn't look interesting and found n few handbills, advertise- ments for a trvveling circus in Centralii. The most featured performance was dn act by the clown HHotcskeH Hclgeson I vas not surprised to fine him still addressed LS Hotceke, More hundbills made the announcement of the cnnusl horse rece et Long Acres Race Track near Renton, Yashington Speedo, the most popular horse on the track had for its jockey the vell known Eddie Normen. His horse was certain to vin if betting had anything to do with rc- sults Rezding further I found that Loc Chamberlain vas the announcer for the races Lee cppcsrcd to be very oop- ular smong his listeners--nothing goes by that he doesn't :ee or tell the people Lbout. '. Off in L corner of the chest, were several clippings from e newspaper which reed: HRINNLE CF THb ANNUAL DIAPER CONTESTU Reading on I found it vas 'en by some unfamiliar person, time 45 seconds. The boobie arise urs given to Harry Gorley--his time was 4 minutes In seconds. Harry lnughingly said in his speech thLt he had hopes of getting faster with further practice. Wishing I knew what newspaper this choice bit came from I shuffled through the rest of the books and mngszines until I came to n yellow sheet entitled the S.attle Snoop and Sncer. On the front pegs there was sn article that stated that the half year svimming contest was unquestion- ably won by Connie Constant. Connie said after the con- test thst she expected to win nationsl fume the next year. On the last paBe of the newspaper was nn invitation for everyone to come to the Chicago Cooking School, Monday rt 10:30 and sec the director, Evelyn Martin end her pupils demonstrate the rrt of canning with the nev oressure cooker n 4 Jn'A,' A49 efff"'-11153-444"a4,p n4,Jf2F?'l1s q 'gr 1655,-I 'qabx :dr p-' 551' I I M5 W' Q' 4' N Pl T I .4, W to - I , I JI :N A-j' - 1 ' 4 - 1 Y I s 1 I " 45.1,-x ' ' -- - , A 4' ,., " - I Y g' L 'Q 1, :g K , ' ,ff ,- . f Q' . "' wk , "' , ' , 1 ,eq-Elk' - ' 4 r'lr'1rnvnvv- A, , 1 -9- ' ' . B1 ' . "Q... ' , . qgli D .-4' fa K. 111, d A ' ' . ,:: J, V f lk x K . be NvH, "' x A' .. A . r' 5. "' IM -..fi-2" li " ia-L..- As I kept turning the pages of the nensptper I came to the Onalaska news. Here I found the name of a well-known and distinguished 1umberman's wife, the former Miss Edna hnz. She was the secretary of the HBusy Wen club of this city, Then I came to the sport sectionn Here much to my surprise I found that hugene Slemp was a member of the be- whishered HHouse of Davidh basketball team. It is report- ed that Gene used shoe blackening on his lpeaeh fuzzn so as to be qualified for the team. That seemed to be all the facts I could find about the class of 1956, although I searched carefully through the rest of the books. Especially I examined the annual report of the Steilaeoom Insane Asylum, but there were no familiar names there. As I sat puzzled by this astounding fact, a strange looking creature in a grey suit with a box like hat on his head and a club in his hand stalked up to me and said, H01-1.11 v ' .f.fr"All right, Napoleon, its time to fight the battle of Eaterloo.H And of course it was, so I hurriedly slipped out of my padded jacket and followed him and I never again saw the rust-encrusted chest with its strange store of information. CAN YOU IMAGINE Lee Chamberlain--flirting with all the girls Edna Enz--being z minature Mae K st Harry Gorley--going to church Beware Norman--S scientist havin Klotzer--not heading for Linlock Ervin Helgeson--getting along with Miss Larsen Dan Macomber--a mayor Arthur Olson-not studying about radios Martin Sl,de--being refined and dainty hvelyn Martin--not seen in a Chevrolet Gilbert Hagwell--keeping right score at Genevieve Freeman--weighing 250 pounds Margaret Constant--a opera singer Harvey Griffith--a foreign missionary George Maeomber--loving a loveless love basketball games Exe-a ,asf 5-xaxr-.e,,L2efa 'WN.l!MFiX !L?W in aJp e " ' X Ep ' x . 33- " - . sg ' , .N -, - , 5, 5 5. ' s l -,, 1 Q '-.-' -as , 5 , fx- L .-sax". 5' ,ffp ' Y - - 1 as-eiarwe'+1N"' - N f ,W xxx, Si, , , ,317 Q f ,.- -gg .U ,SEN . ,gi--5 my I I Ji Y, t .:.N X mx -Zbgzf 1 . '- . :air . P -QQ H x'x .Jx ' ., .,. ., WA , up o A I " 'V' ' ' , 1 - -Q ,ar ' , hz :S ! f LVM v a Q3 fwQ'fi1 jf l N x IA ST, !ff1 IM.: IR MMU i I? N s S. . ..... ' ' I .qL.. , ' t 'N MUTTO fscend Iho' the Va'h Ee Rugged Flower-Sweet Pea Color-Blue and White JUNIOR CLASS ROLL Alma Adams Wanda Adams Ellen Banevich Arnold Carlson May Corp Warren Corp Gretchen Coyle Martha Dec Stanley Dec JosephinevFoister Don Fowler Dorothy Guenther Cherry Hamrick Joyce Hanson Marie Hilliard Alma Kure Ernest Zunke , ii Lester Kure Ed Lindbeck Vernon Moravec Lawrence Nevman Clark Nicewanger Elsie Norman Shannon O'Neil Thelma Hagan Thelma Robbins Annie Stroble Sylvia Stysknl Huy Selph Bertha Smith Bonnie Van Cleve Burton Wallace Helen Voroch , w+Yv , . -' 1 I v 'H - f .1 ,- ,. .-" Z Y A fy ' I Q! ' 'f ,, "wi N f f xl JE I? erll pfmf ' ,"v,i ' V 5 'J T vi" for ,,. ,Q 1 E' x 113 ?fNFf1 iz?" I QI- Q-' -Y sz-.-.. ,vu- usda-wa-Q --. Q-..-,o- JUNIOR CLASS HISTORY A group of energetic end overly enthusiastic youth x assembled at the foot of Mt. Educltion on S 1953, to start their long climb up that gre success. These mounteineers chose as their WAscend though the path be ruggedu and used to clear the Way, the great shovel of Ambit the pick of Learning. eptember sixth at mountlin to motto, as equipment ion and One night as we Mountaineers were sitting eround our cnmp, a group of Farmers on the pluteau who to welcome us to their group. had we not b mountaineers, we could not hlve vithstood t ve came down een rugged he hearty Wel- come which they extended vith vigor and eurnostncss. After working hard for 1 limited time re invited our friends to our camp, known lS NHS, for mn e xnother feiture Fhich We held just LS 1 mxt vening of fun. ter of Felix- Ltion, H15 KVQ, 1 literlry groprlm which we presented for the entertlinment of the Farmers, Inditns, und Cmrmcnters from near by. After 1 few of these social evunts vc again resumed our great climb. Grren freshmen thwt ve "" fri, progress was slow, but our experienced climber, miss Montgomery, guided us with brent skill and Before reaching our destination or the stopped for 1 picnic and unother program. - The end of the first yclr found us fur heights, from 'here .'.' we could look back and ing point f1r below. So, hlving comgleted climb, we stopped for 1 vacation. This We ming, hiking, gardening, and all other 1cti . connected vith the month of Summer. Officers for the your: hurcelle gcrsevercncc. first yexr ve up the lofty see our Sturt- our first yc1r's, spznt in svim- vitjcs that are ' Heed-Guide Gretchen Coyle Ernest Zunke Ass't Guide Bonnie Vgn Cleve John Abbot Scribe Lcrothy Guenther Martha Dec Business Manager bttnley nec J. B. Beale . ' Ernest Zuni, Gretchen Coyle Experienced Climber miss Montgomery' Q We Mount ineers mssemblfe wq in Svgtcmblr 1934 no I complete another your of climbing. 4 new exp rioncrd is climber was lt our xssistwnce, tr. h,lrin Jon:s, who kent 'N I us climbing 'with ent1:vusi,prsn1. hoe 1:v'-ll' th: nuxnber of climb- ii so ers had diminished from forty- irht to thirty five. Ve ul midi! pf ki . . A X girl M u,15.mL ' l 44 fi' ssl N . XQS747 ."f"'Eh fir vi dJ"r- exrssi? K f-VI ' -tvwm,'lig'!L????L,F2r WQEP ' '-.LT ram 13, I 5,5 99 N . fx A fri? by J 1 .sxxus I . A, 41221 .gzia .?z5'e-55: ..,.. . -, ,, missed those 'ho loft us, but re kcpt mdvlncine to that point which is known we the Hgoml of youth.N This yeir's climb brouaht us many nor experiences. Trice during the ycir we laid down our climbing sticks and other eguipment to prosznt 1 literary progrmm for our friends, and in turn we vers entertained by them. Our intinzrlry for this ycir's climb consisted of 1 uwrty .t the N.H.S. Lookout Stition November 203 an enjoywble dpy spent in hiking to Q sm ll but very rugged peak near by, known as B.v Fav, and toward the and of the ye r 1 trio to 1 resort, Offut Lake where we spent the day swimming, boating, and eating. In spite of all our activities we had progresses re- markably during the year. On relchiny the point called advancement we deg rteu for .nother vlcwtion. Officers for the year Verep Held Guide-Martha De. and Joyce Hun-on, assistant Guide-Frances Koehle and Lester Kure, Scribe-Alma Kureg Sentry-Frances Koehle and Dorothy Guenther, Experienced Climber-Mr. Jones. The Mountaineers assembled together again September l955, more vigorous and more experienced than ever before to pick up their alpine staffs and pack sacks for a climb to a new destination. This year brouqht us a new exper- ienced climber, mr. John andrew buller, former alla ., coast basketball star. mr. huller kept all working to- gether over our more difficult ascents. The year's pro- gress was good except for an occasional fall into the orevasse of neck of Funds Cno class duesbl A as the mountaineers ascended, several times we halt- ed to relax our Drawn and brains for our annual activi- ties, the literary features and the parties. . suddenly toward spring, the discovery of superior dramatic talent in out group led us to present a play, Has the Clock 5trikes,H on april twenty-fourth. we pre- sented this great stage success after we crossed the glacier of Night Rehearsals and Hard Work. Our faithful friends, the Farmers, were about to leave us to enter higher fields of learning and so upon reaching a favorable camping grounds, Sunset Ridge, we in vited them to join for a farewell feast on may 15. Our third year's climb, near the end, found us far up the towering heights with the expectation of reaching the summit called Graduation by the close of the follow- ing year. To tip off the year's climb we engoyed a picnic at a lake near by before we separated once more for a vacation. r 3F"' mugs! a44,f?45af9 yew' 5, :Sf lea!!!-Y 'l-. 44 54 I - 17 .Ffa 3' I I' I atv' Yfl, .-7 I :fy rl ' 1 gs , , 1 A I f 4 , A l, - kv 9 , 45 ' -f l 4 A 0 , dl f - :L 'Z .. ' ...-4--' f th' l A 5.1 I' gs- X V - "' If .., -. l , - . . . , ,, .A . ...... 1 , . . I ,Cgr'1" N. X .4 ,"', Q ""- - ...s f ' , - , - . --1 m V . -. 'J ,,,. 'S' l si A ...ff , '33 y, gsudgw' A Xx- ,- '. x -H. x , s X Ng 1 Kel Y x59rgJ nh .., gimzmfi 1953! N553 hh..- fflrifif'-.F:E, --L -1 ' g1""Lrr"" .-- ve'--...... Qe---...--. - -. -..-......,..' A is for Alma Q friend of us all She is surelyjour star in bisketbill. 1 is for Annie, 1 good little girl All.her thoughts B is for Bonnie, are centered on Earl. our cliss heroine We're llvays reldy to follow her scheme. C for Coyle ind Curlson, 1 chfrming pmir, You'll see them together most tnyvhere. C also for Clark You cln see them C is for Corp, t They're good for D is for Dorothy Well, it doesn't and Cherry so gly out walking most any diy o, Wtrren and hey nothinf lnd in the way. ind Don, wh1t's the mitt mutter, Dorothy give Den D is for Dec, Murtha ind Stinley you see They're as nice and charming is can be. E is for Elsie, Edwin ind Ellen Just what they did, we're not tellin'. F is for Foistar with 1 heart full of woe For Louie is gone, leiving poor, lonesome Fsis for FULLER, the bigshot of our class He's dlready taken--Miss Ward is the lass 'H is for Hanson, and handsome she is She reads the question when the telcher give H is for Helen, she's little and smell For her part she always takes it all. KEY' vs of ll the gat Jo S511 K is for Kure, she lives up to her name She gives the kids away, and takes the blame. L is for Lawerence, a bit of 1 mite He t lks all day and fads all nirht. M is for Marie, whose beau is Chwrlie Vhitc When he comes to see her, Marie turns out the liv S is for Sylvia, so quiet wnd shy Mitch out guys, you m'y be her ruy. S is for Shannon, rith 1 Ford ind 1 curl Now ill he lacks T is for Teenie, is 1 svell little sirl. Mrk. Kroryins by n1mv She's u little impervious, but she's not to bllme T is for Tverp, our cliss mirkey Mouse then he gets in the Huy, MT five him 1 douse. T for two Thelmus, our class is enraged Now, why did those sirls hive to ro get 1 V is for Vernon, the has 1 bis dimple To get him 1 girl is really quite simple. L is for Wendi und Wallace so quaint In gettin: romantic they simply ceint Z is for Zunkee, who thinks he is smart I1 p':1 .4 He likes for 1 trophy, 1 pretty rirl's heart The author comes last so nov its her turn u Smith is tryinf 1 boy friend to eirn red? te? uiz ht. ..4f,..lx Ne i" X, SFX it -'fx " fssssiss sz .ee"fN ' -sSi 2if- XV FEL Q X .ju uf I V ' u . x D .. , .. 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""""'..........-f , Y 'i I 4 ll J i g I lx - N -Q, Y ,l J I - - ------' 'I Ql M, O O be 1 ,,le v,,ll l ffl O Y X MOTTO Big Oaks Prom Little ncorns Flower-Tulip SOPHOJOHE CLnSL ROLL Sadie Bennett Marie Hetteher Herbert Bieknr Robertp Carroll Kevin Cwrty Elsie Olly Milton Dunham Opal Dunham Fay Estep Hervey Guenther Joy Hmnson Webb Hlrris Donals Helgeson Robert helgeson Grov Color-Blue and Gold Lwverne Lemon Russell Linhirt Shirley Marquis Bob martin Viviun Misner Orville Musir Doris Nelson -Arlen Niceronger Vere Olson Marion Pierce Frenk Prine May Prine Vivien Ricker Lxvrence Seroshtk A Gerry Holmes Richird Servey ?A+ Jimmy Jones Donfld St. John Mfff, John Kulsey J. T. Thompson 'I'Qf,'-,, Lucille Van Brimmlr 9 feel, -Iviffqw 4 r f" ,t Q'f"fga?f'Ni -P - I. u is A- 1- .. Y 1" ' ' 344 ,- 1. , - ' ef ' -A JZ: T:ua,Afh- 'qqatf fr ,fe u f ,w.e., , f .2 X, ,lvl , 5, f4!9f53'j-5 Ut-7 -5 O ..,,,f2E2ifnKf?V7?5.i5FR:F2ee ez4?fjL' K .,,,ff'yfcsfi4v,wjiQE??-A ' "'5aP! -EE555fZ?f w.?gffy-IEE AWWMQM' ' A-.-.. ..., . 1- - -0-4. ' l-+'-Urn ' 1 n 'x Mx X . I Ex' ivy x- , -kxgif ii EQFE?Q3 ' Rl ..:-" fmf1'P4':d,f f: ...rd -....'::wx - re ....::..... SOPHOMORE CLASS HISTORY On September twenty seventh, ninteen hundred thirty four, a caravan of Frontiersman started a long journey across the plain of knowledge. Mr. Norman Lundquist agreed to be the leader of this caravan, and the group chose Harry Heath-president, Elinor Corp-vice president, Lawerence Seroshek-secretary, and Frank Prine-treisurer to assist the leader in solving problems for the first lapse of the hourney. Some closely related neighbors, the mountaineers gave the class a good initiation to see if they were worthy of Joining their class mates of the Napavine High School. Due to their pioneer sturdiness they all pulled through. On December 25, the Frontiersman put forth their efforts to present their classmates with their first lit- erary program which their pioneering spirit made a suc- cess. October 24, the caravan stopped for a party which was held in the school house, Where pioneering cares were forgotten as the group enjoyed its house warming. The caravan stopped its steady movement when its leader, Harry Heath, was solemnly laid to rest beside the nevly blazed trail in November. As the trail went fenther into our newly opened territory the leader decided to choose ner leaders to re- lieve the burden from the previoys onesnf Those chosen were: President-Lucille Vin Brimmer, Vece President-Vera Olson, Secretary-Gerildine Holmes, Treasurer-Russell Lin- hirt, Sargent-it-arms-Vebb Harris. At this time the class decided it needed Q motto for the hourney, HGreat oaks from little acorns grown was chosen and the colors, blue and gold were selected to adorn the caravan QS it progres ed. ' As the caravan crept onvard another pioneer, Joy Hanson, cast her fortunes vith the group. . As the hot winds of summer came on, and the great plain of knowledge stretched endlessly in front of them, the Frontiersmen stopped to count up their achievements. They found they had done many things in their ner field, so they disbanded for a three months vacation before they should attempt the arduous second lip. ggi . . - :. ,ff K "fit-ff' . "M X7 H f 6, 'Z :I-'F 'ga X if -- X P ,, .... ..-':Q-s.-,,,,,,,,- -A' , - I, ,xg-. fs- -i N "L s-I is Sf a ' rug, I Q X ,CE."T'If- .-,f-v ,I . N s.. ""x':s, , X 351 ,-4, 1 , -L, Xxwb JM ..... - 1 ,H-115 2:-W: . N ww U Us f r- Fw- J" V M.. - - -7- rs gpg'--. 5- Ae- --A-i f ..,. Q .., I, 'if' X v:" .f""Z' I il. . f sim, Ngsggnnaifal-15:1 , On September l2, ninteen hundred thirty five they again stirted the cirivdn to begin the gourney to known ledge anev. There vere severnl new frontiersmen rho Joined the steidily moving ciruvin. Their names ire here in inscribed for posterity: John Kulsey, Arlen Nicevonw ger, Faye Estep, Elsie Daly, Miy Prine, Bichmrd Servey, Herbert Dicxir, Darroll Attebury, and Donald St. John. Three of the ourfit moved their belongings to other caravans and started up new trails. These were: Glen- nys Schmidt, Elinor Corp, and Glen Chamberlain, but the same faithful guide. I Mr. Lundeuist led them on ind helped them blaze the trail which led to fume and success. At in early council the band chose to help lend them: Jimmy Jones-Presidentg Russell Linhvrt-Vice Presidentg Darrell Attebury-Secretsry, Vera Olson-Treasurerg Webb Harris-Sargent-at-irms, and Joy Hinson-reporter. Mlny of the frontiersmen shoved grewt skill in a liternry program which was enjoyed by the other residents of the gliin, in November. Armin, is our journey commenced we grieved the loss of 1 fine Frontiersmnn, Dsvid Bennett- wnd our curmvin hilted while he too vis laid to rest. Once more, ner leiders were chosen to carry on the work and this time Veri Olson was chosen president, with Durroll Attebury assisting her. Lucille Vin Brimmer, Secretiry, Frank Brine-treisurer, Mebb Hurris-s1rqent-pt- urmsg ind Vivian misner-reporter. December 29, the Frontiersmen went off the triil ind enjoyed 1 theater party vhere each Frontiersman brought 1 guest ind shoved him what fine times Pioneers have. As summer drew nearer, the band knew it vis time for the last frolic of the year so they all journeyed in their pioneering wagons to Offut Lake on May 15th. Days pissed and they realized the second journey was throurh. They halted their caravan wagons and bade their lender NGoodbyeW till they could again assemble and continue their Journey toward 1 better education I , 4g'9.:A'f , , f f " I ' sk " ' . -z:PL ,fs - Nxxg D 4 2" e4i" , f -.,- ' - , .Sv f I i ,Ei-Qxx4g,flci'l..,i-Y 6 ' - ' - ' -f' jfi,,,4-- Q I ,CQ ' A Ag, . vain' uggf ' V 3 1E1.l?7,, is-'a w gps- sf AE 5 'J 911 5 N f,f 1 JZ? ,z 'Q I I 'K it SQ k'x 5 'x NM - g - X . Q- - if '15-ig A ' AF' Y U - v- T " Q- W Y , X N s -.- . wg -., u. f 5 X 1 ,e -1 , ' r f ' 3 . mcg, Q L.. I ! A, I , ' L1 ls' Q , . "iw ""'9" ru' .tv Nw 'Thx .- -, ......-.-V Y N . ' '- X : .f,. . Gun 'N ' 3' ww --., .4x'-,gl Lsljxil .r--. fgifgmz. u-.en-an-.a-s - 1-.--4--.-Q AT REST Leaving home this morning, From the holrths' bright fire to thc cold, I gave 1 glance at mother--then. Whother, you're getting oldln Never had I realizcd, She seemed so girlish and fnirg I had not counted the Wrinkles, Nor the silvcring heir. Taking--never giving. Yes! I was so certain, so proudy 'Till then my horizon had never, Contained one durkened cloud. How could I knov it, mother? Oh, why didn't you tell me when, First you felt of your sufferinp-- I could have helped you then. Don't go away, dear mother. I worship you so that I pray-- WGod wilt Thou close my own oycs, And lot my mother st1y.N Then her arms me cnfeldcd J Oh, so sdfe tc hor fentle breast. WBut yeu can not chlnge Gcd's plums, dear, They are all for the bust. There shall be svaet qclce :nd cemfert, In dur eternal rest.W -Faye Estcp 1 5328 X x ar? Zl" XfN'r::TT? - Sw D- we- V Xl ff 4-,...:.1s' ,J zzz: '55 Cl"'1FT,,' 1 'SJ Q A-:js 1.-QL . -4' ..i,:5.R V Y l .i A 1 f ff l X - -A" I fi I V- A " - Afg4--1.- x A -W E ' -rl Ulf. U Xl I fr :H , M is. 1-.gg - fl :xl TEES.: D I-1.113 I' ii-E RES H-UNE .Ek il v. -.i x y ' . X, 7. . ,, ,lr ,.. -, .,, 1f2,.,,'.n' -, " 5-EE. . 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U. ,. , E-if X., iii?-fi -11:2 ' - nl I.: h iv-f 'gn' -42 U 7' I ""'-4'-"'--f' I-11.1- -1,1 - 1...-.l ,,,.l . , f " -Z MOTTO UThcre is no elevatsr ts success, t "-. kc the stsirsn Flsxcr Red ruse CGl.rs: Silver and r-se FHESHMEN CLASS ROLL Albert Davis Jimmy Currtll Alice Rubbins Junisr Hvdfcs nmil LLTMGD Logla Smith Bud Faistcr Mable Ltvry Clyde Adams Margaret Heitmun Donald Grimes Marie Murtin Dnris Gsrlay Elizabeth Kulslcy Frances Wsrsch Frank Rufun Fred Bucksvic Gone Anderssn Genevieve Evans Grace Gsrley Harvey Csnstnnt Herchcl Jshnssn Jlmes Marquis Mury Sslgmun Melburn Beutar Myrtle Dunhmm Myrtle Fsistcr Pwtriciu Fgvler Phyllis Ricker N.rma Hwvkins Richard Murray Rsso Csrp Virginiw Bicknr Virfinix Harris Jelnne Macsmbur Zilmm Hans,n 1' f 1 ' 'V X l :""-G -5- ' ' - I s , rp-J 1 :rf f + . ' at awk JE? -cr v.5i4?ff, jd' 4-41555 Lh'A nm.M? V a n ""-I ' l l Sli! fqsiiii- ' .,:F umlv h :ggi if v3 ff A- 2Sf': ' r,L+dzL- A I lx m ,yn 5 H. ,ffz W 1. lrvlgtk U4 5. fl ' a K We XXX' wr Sgkstf 1- 0 F 1 '-5 - nf"-'H ff x .-A :. , .- -. '-"' ',, ..- .aft- EIN .-1-,V-. X E . Niyj as my ....:::-.-:l - . -."'.-L--- FRESHMAN CLASS HISTORY H ,Vf 'On September 4, 1955 there landed upcn the Campus ef Ndpavine Hifh Schecl a hikinf pirty uf thirty-five green freshmen, under the able supervisien uf Mr. Babcecx In dur first year ef Hirh Scheal re hardships, knecks, dches, and pains the night ef the 18th of September, up sufferine frem bruises and bumps Where the class teek an .ath tu hen eld NHS. experienced many The msrninp after especially, ve veke received it initieti n er and te cherish Czcr The next event ef impvrtance was the electisn ef the inexperienced officers fer the first semester. The fell- Qwinp were chesen: President-Mable Lcrry5 Vice President- immie Carroll, Secretary-Denald Grimes, Treasurer- elnne Macomberg Searrent-at-arms-James Marquis. W The first secinl event in eur Hirh Scheel career was in the form ef u party. A very uppetizinn dinner was served in the Home Economics Room, afterwards a shew was Qttended entitled WLaddieW. . 64 Our first public appearance was en December 20th vhen we presented 1 literary program entitled WMr. Caseys Enggt"'Th 'young climbers' actin? ability was very ws- tenishing, but with years ef experience they mifht dev- elop inte great stars ef tem.rr.v.Cvh, kncwsj Als- cn the pragram was 1 tap dince Given by tvs sf the freshman maidens. After the program Slnta Claus arrived with a geed treat fer everyene. Resuming .ur studies after a very enjeyable vacation the first thing en sur list at the beginning cf the secend semester was the election of afficers. Namely: President- Jimmie Carrsllg vice president-Helen marie Martin, Seca retary-Genevieve Evans, Tresaurer-Leela Smith, Marshall- Herchel Johnsen. In the menth ef Agril, ve presented .ur secend lit- erary pregram, with the same usteunding results. This ended sur duties te the schesl, se fer the rest ef the yeir we deveted eurselves te our studies. In M,y, however, ve teek time out fer a class party and later, fer e picnic. Nu casualties were reperted fren this eut- ing. Nu une was drevned, and ne une died frdm indigcstifn. which breught the class safely threugh the year. The Freshmen feel that ene feurth ef our high sch-sl ascent tevard Msunt Educdtien has been successfully sur- mounted. F? 'ff Ni- E rg -f-:i'i-'pr-if L 'angie' ,Ns UDQQZ M nm f 5 '32.. an, , . .1 . X ip' - X - '-' f-PL.. A A , , ,fr - A J, , .a .lx-:..-....... I -- ' L T L. 4 m -T N - " sz lg Hu N ' s . .. AN! ff --.L - ..- , ' , ., ' -' .. ' " ' . I -Q. -. ' ., "- -.,,5. xx I . - Z F? ,N ,f - - .iq ' ' . 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The organization is guided by a constitution drawn up and adopted by the students. The president conducts the meetings, appoints committees, and performs all duties belonging to his office. all student body bus- iness is handled by a business manager. Until the present year the student body has been in financial difficulty, due to the purchase of several hundred dollars worth of athletic equipment in the last three seasons. However, because of the very success- ful season in athletics this year, the student body has come out of the red, and at the closing of this year they are free df debt, and ready to start 1new. STUDENT BODY OFFICERS Harvey Griffith PRESIDENT Vilbur Wright Wilbur wright VICE BRESIDENT Clifton Carroll Mable Heartly SECRETARY Joyce Hanson Lee Chamberlain TREASURER Eugene Slcmp Martin Slade MARSHALL Joe Ford rf 'L Q rjfdz I X A E Z , f 1 A' I 4 ' .gag Q ,A,- 'al ,A-:arf - f ', T t W y , w as- ' .N '- 3 4' " ' ggfffi' X 'R isitgfliz K Q- K ' L Q..-X Lfggg, na... ' ,....".':f'.:-3' - a -."-Z1--' ' X J y, ,:sn-,- ,,, re T'- GIRL'S LEAGUE At the beginning of the year l955 the Girl's League held their first meeting to plan the yeirs program. The new president, Edna Enz presided with the other new officers, 'Gretchen Coyle-vice presidentg Roberta Carroll-secretnry5 and Lucille Van Briumer-assisting her ln October, the Nupuvine Girl's Lelrue held e penny carnival in the High School Gym. The gym was made over into A fxir Freund. The rail were lined '-.' 'ith booths roped off 'ith gmy paper ribbons. Signs were to be seen every here ldvertisinu the various side shore. Patsy boyler's and Myrtle Uunham's husky voices were to be heard calling, Whit the nail on the heed and win 1 bex of cnndyln Alma Kure, Lucille Van Brimmer ind Vera Olson, C v ried on flurishinf business in e beluty parlor. CThe next diy all the girls ippeired with new finfer waves and bright red finrcr n1ils.j X Next deer to the beauty parlor, Genevieve Evuns in' uilma Hinson urged the public to spend their HPenniesH at Utnrget pracitce.H Elsie Norman's ind Leoll Smith'e Hbowlin? alleyn vas an overwholminf success. Bertha Smith and Jo Foister kept tLe crowd fuessin: xg. J'gA is? rq,buQi ,r-Ip -.,,, rrzs'-.z ' N- -2. X 7 K '- 241 Q- J' ual:-Qi-Q Q- Egg!! .-. Qynf ' s ' Q X QF' '- X X' A-'F , Ji . f- ,V Y ,Y ' 5 P ' 7 ' ' .Q X-'Z - .Sa N s " S ""' 4 QI ' -nt. X ' 'Ar if M' 1 ' -S I B' :si s m' U '1li?tuwEe ' f ---I -gr f K sys A- . h '-a.2"L L:- x 4 N 'I ' Q-':'T..X A . ,-if ...l.,, f sg - --an-N 4' . ' L I 0. , , ' , -Q .,. . -. 4 I , Nmnzi--. "" ,3 fa ' fit v W-44, ef .lfgfq MMUQWM ffQLm": -.-2e1i.'l.f'--Hs-,gg ' " .,.....,,...,.,f UHow many beans in the jar?H Doris Gorley and Jeanne Macomber turned gypsy and handed out some amazinr fort- unes. Roberta Carroll and Vivian Misner sold out all their candy long before the carnival was over. Edna and Mae Seloh kept 1 phonograph going und urged the public to Nfind a partner and dance the prize wa1tz.H Alma Adams and Sadie Bennett lured the unsuspecting public to Nbent the game of croquet.N All in all the clrnicml was 1 hupe success. October twenty sixth, 1955 the Uirl's Lcarue Confer- ence was held dt Onalnska. Ednl Enz, Almu Kurs, Vivian Misner, Helen Marie Mlrtin ind our advisor, Miss Larsen, represented Nlpmvine. In November there urs 1 meetinc to hear the report on the conference. The girls that nent to the Girl's 1 League Conference gfve summxrles of the different topiqs discussed ut the conference. Edna Enz summlrized Mrs. C1rlisle's speech, Alma sure talked about personal mp- pearunce, Viviun Misner twlked about friends, end Helen Marie Martin talked about hobbies. The February meeting uns held for the purpose of electing nev .f-. officers. The officers that were elected are: Margaret Constant-presidentg Joyce Hanson-vice president, Martha Dec-secretary, Vern Olson-treasurer. During the second semester on March fourth,l956 the Girl's League held a Mother's and D1ughter's Mixer. Joyce Hanson was chairman with assisting committees. For entertainment each class gave interestinf'skits. The party was enjoyed by both mothers and daughters. April seventh, l956 the Girl's League Assembly was held. Mrs. Carlisle from Onlleskn spoke to the pirls. During this meeting Edna Enz was elected to represent Napavine as a duchess at the College of Puget Sound Mny Day Festival. May sixteenth, 1956 a conference was held at Wood- land. The girls that represented Napavine were: Elsie Norman, Margaret Constant, Opel Dunham, Leola Smith, and our advisor, Miss Larsen. The last event for the girls was a picnic at Offut Lake. The girls enjoyed themselves by swimming, boat riding and eating. jx fff f mtv ' l ,ff f vm' gg' ffffpf ., , P I I in V i yi 4' A- .VII . a v.,wQfg?iZl., 5,.' ', M , M' EEQEEV . S' ,ff ,g. e Mx x X K. NR I ws. XX: 3 I Xgxxuxl X - x xx X' gt' ..!-ntixjxixf '., I K , x , 5 P-i.:NE1 N N.Er K ,t ..--. - Pr..- g1.,,,,- E ..-1 iholwgxs 1 'L-gg.-Q--P "' I X C C C, L, NAPLQWINAH ANNUAL srirr The staff for this year's publication was as fol- lows: Editor-in-chief, Eugene Ulempg gssistant Editor Leo Cartyg Business Manager, Ernest Lunkeg advisor, Miss Aline Kraterg Class Will, Leo Cartyg Class History, Clifton Carroll, Class Prcpheey, Edna Enzg Calendar, Francis Anderson5 Boy's Dports, Leo Cartyg Girlfs Sports Joyce Hansong Future Farmer's, Kevin Curty, Girl's League, Martha Decg Home mcouomics, Faye Dstep, Snap- shots, Leo Cartyg Music ana nramatics, Edna Eng, Jokes, Bill Hansong irtist, Don Fofler, Art Advisor, mr. Bab- cock, Class Historians, Junior Class, Joyce Hanson, Sophomore Class, Vivian Misner, Freshman Class, Jimmy Carrollg Typists, Edna Enz and Alice Hensel. N ,fl f nf ' V X X ' N 1 N ,,,..,,N-Q - -gi 53" N ., "SX, """- ' , g hh " -. fm' - - N., , N x ' qi "gp -4-021.1 Qt Az' ... X . -. 1 - -- N I-' . N 1 L.-',.,,,J' - ' V , -N bmgxksi-sX '. N 'ml-+C . J - - . I - 1 N' f' ' " as "ES .4'1 'QPTS Q a 3151 it 55.25 f i N W X - A YL- , . s.. .ls X-Us. V - V 1 "' -'F s 1 ' - ".. N t ii x .inxlh 'flglAQ,1Fig,fEf gifs' j --, P-1, .- N V? --5' 4 -1-' ... '-- -' "s,-if-" ....... ....... ,. W ,,,, A 3.1- ggi- 31-1- --.-.-4- 3 V' Editor-in-dhief Ass't Editor Society Editor Boy's Sports Girl's bgorts Humor editor ATt1St Frosh Reporter Soph Reporter Jr Reporter Sr Reporter Bus. Manager Adv. Manager NnPAUINeH .r'. STnFF George Macomber Mable Heartley Joyce Hanson Clifton Clrroll Dorothy Guenther Martha Dec Don Fowler Genevieve Evans Joy Hanson Alma Kurc Joan Severin Edvin Klotrcr Francis Anderson Mable Heartley Ernest Zunke Edna Enz Jimmy Carroll Alma Kure Lucille Van Brimmer Don Fovler Jclnne Macomber Vivian Misncr Gretchen Coylc Mlrraret Constant Lge Chamberlain Harvey Griffith Advisor Mlss Krater Mics Krutcr Typists Commercial Dcp't ' W ,. lf' u i' fi qvyy 9 -- Cfqlf x Iliff, nr, lu ,xg If ,, 1,1 Z ' X 01 ' A, r f ff W H gaaWV7,i A f lpffiiigtbyx, . XF' uf-xgkk 0 it 7 A -1?Z5g f'0 +f2F'-m:f49" f' M.--,I .4 W . if ,, 'Papo ASF' 'W 1'-' . M " e"' Mauna' H J an " Lf' Q1 A fle- -it 'K N 02 itch!! Mix-lS'vf ,Vx ' Q s 'tl' ...:.-.-ss.-LZ' ,s. "w'2'e,,-'sl HI-Y The Hi-Y clubs of Napavine is a group of older high school boys who are seeking high ideals for themselves and for the social group of which they are a pert. Its pur- pose is to create and extend throughout the school and the community high standards of character. Membership is based on scholarship, moral worth, and unselfish service, The Hi-Y conference was held this your at Kelso, with Russell Linhart, Harvey Griffith, Francis Anderson, and Din Macomber representing Napevine. v SMITH-HUGHES AGRICUQTURE The Vocdtiondl Agriculture Department began its your with Q6 boys enrolled. Due to some of the boys vuitinr and others coming in our enrollment nov stind: at 53 "" ith 20 in the Junior-Senior class studying Firm Shop, WJ in the Sophomore class studying crops and soil ind l? in the Freshmen class studying farm nnimals. This is nearly . double the enrollment re had lest year. Our F.F.A organization has propress d under the lead- ership of Lilbur Wright, Presidentg Francis Anderson, vice president, Frank book, Secretsryg Leveronce Newman, Treas- urer, Webb Harris, Watch Dog, and Kevin Cirty, reporter. In order to build our membership up to the 1002 mark, a contest was held to see which offthe classes were first to reach the goal. It happened that the contest ended u tie, so an athletic contest was held to determine the win? ner. The bophomores von. They were entertained at a parw by the members of the other two classes later in the spring Wilbur Wright, Francis Anderson, and Bill Hanson represented our chapter ut the Stfte Convention held at Pullman, Washington, April 29-may 9. They reported having 1 Food time as well is learning 1 treat deal ibout the activities of the State association of Future Farmers. W Our thrift bznk fundtioned under the leadership of Lqverence Serochek, who vis our Treisurer. ht the present time we have approximately 520.00 deposited for safe keen- ing . Our chapter vis represented in the folle inf contests. Southwest Washington Fair, Puyllup Fuir, Longview, Bundle, Picific International Livestock Exposition ind Southwest Washington Egg and Poultry Judginf Contest Lt Linlock. A-.. Q 51-'P' QZSNHN s..e-5--F fl' f F Mfg!! A Qkn X Alf r X K 1 ' 'X .g '-s.X:: -..,. i, Q 'N N 1' .W i 4, , ' .. V ' 1 , . ' 7' ' if?-Sa - 5 X ', Txlsx NM I 'l A '.T, gb' 1 ,. '-' , ' I , N. A xi E LZiWqhsgfN Alhhsl -N ' ' "'T4:.. ff1,.,4 .. ... 8 si Nix -... -ih. '1. 4 L, Y lg . " Q "" P ' ' -' . - -- , x I 1,4 I -maintain F5900 1" Q .. 'H LST-ff -G-2525137 Zfiqip. . ,, '- ,f :fy hlthough the boys did not rin top honors in the cent ests they proved to be 1 threat in arch contest. Th: boy also entered the Chehulis Judging Contest before school was out. Our literary progrnm this year Wu: in the nature of rm amatuer hour. Prizes of il., 505, :md 25p were offer- ed for the best numbers. There were 21 numbers given from both the grade school and high school. Bud Foister, a freshmen in our F.F.A., Won first prize with his cow- boy song. Over 200 people were present for the program. This spring the boys again took it upon themselves to prune all the maples around the school yards. They also planted the lawn in frentiof the grade school. Again, cooperating with the State Lund Planning Council, we made a more detailed classification cf all land in the vicinity of Napavine. Along with the Soil classification we made a map showing locations uf all houses, schools, churches, reads, power lines, and telephone lines. We are planning 1 trip ugdin after school is :ut.' the Olympic peninsula plan to leave June 1, und This year we plan to pe around and down tv Long Beach. We return June 7. Our expermental program g-t under Hay this ye1r.With the planting ef four plets. A fifteen pl-t fertilizer rltio trial yas put in -n the Nels-n pl ce. nn eight plot fertilizer tri l "'- 18 -ut in on the '. nnders,n place A half acre ulfelfl plot yms put in on the Sig Johnsen place. A thirty Boy f-rL9e nursery pl,t was put in on th Gibson place. We lre anxious thlt every RT take some time tu exlmine these plcts-they lre r,rth While. Our Ag. paper NThc Farmers' SunN c me .ut in May. Ernest Zunke um: -ur edit r. This Wes .ur second paper and we feel proud -f it. Finrnces were rrised by mzlns of selling cindy lt lthletic contests und in the sch .1 during the noon hour. Ye found thlt me were able tv finance all our activities by this meth,d. - ,H - .2 . 4nd ji? f L 'V A .?. , Q , , . 4 nk- . . - A -I., . , '1'usfJ" 1 - J,-S . , N 'Rvws- ,- :snr 's E? ,N 1' - -'semis-'E ' , 1:5 if.t,r3ii , if . quf- sae - 2E+fnE4f" - S U C 32' 'v 4 , fr fjfyi 1.' Iliff? ,gs-leg , x9 .-fl X .xii .xNX 5. -misss ,- n L:2E:.. VOCATIONAL HOME ECONOMICS The long schedule of Home Economics and related art was gradually fulfilled durinf the school year. Though the department feels proud of the many iccomplishments and the amount expended, it also can truthfully sly it has not been done without pleasure. In related art, much time wus spent on color schemes and line. Fashions suited to the virious types of girls were discussed and flover drrinrements were made for lun- cheons. Some of the home economics rirls beoime quite skilled in Wearing. Throush their ability the depnrtment was eblv to ittend tae Puyallup Flir. The girls left eirly in the morning, 1 hilarious group Qpardon us, there were five boys includedj filled With keen unticipition for whit the d1y's activities would be when they arrived uround noon. 'They made the rounds of the educitionil dspirtments, than the rirls histened to virious plices of imusement. Vhen the diy His over, it vis 1 tired, sleepy, oddly quiet group who irrived it their home to n. Then the department settled darn to the business of home-economics. First they studied menus, cilorie viluc, outs of meat, ind bilince. Following this they took up the preparation of food. However, they did not stop there. They learned hor to set in uttrnctive table ind to wet gracefully and efficiently in their various positions, either as maid, guest, or hostess, Next ability. the girls invited guests und tried out their Later they hid reel application of Whit they hed learned in serving the iiriculture boys ind their fathers at the F. guests et F. no annual banquet, serving pie ind coffee to the Mothers and Daughters mixer ind taking charge of the Junior and Senior binquet. At the latter the girls wore cute little maid outfits in harmony with the banquet's Miss the firls suggestsD work were room decoration. Pattison, State home economics supervisor, had take home projects. These projeets Cds the nmme were made at home. Approximately forty hours of spent on each. X N it 02 I Ys3'X vt xxwrbxgf A "' nl My A- A fr Q 7'-A N A e -1fsX,f'A":x K as s X . 2 is TE- mth gl .-ff' 'N 'TX e - r'S'L 'etfZ."N4-ii. A""' xT'fhmQESeS1: swsiar-n,fNgff,i,iEshiEg- X I tg 'x ii ac- gi 'g'::::::::: gsnifnn Z s , , A , -Y ,lnss -ug. v . ml --5.5-"-4, ' "-.l'w..,,,, .xx .sim .nf'4"sr ee- -ee K .fl -. gf.: y rg ' ' 15" . . ,,,. E' I,- .- X T pl f ZIV .. -::?1EiE!g?-1L- "'....':'..--I Some of the project: t ken 'eref mmkinp . hope chest, remodeling 1 vurdrobe, mdkinj overclothcs, be utifyinv kitchens, reurrmnging bedrooms, and preparation of fam- ily meuls. After these projects were completed, Miss Ward mede home visitutions to grade the projects. Then We wrote up the plan of our project and handed them in. Students all over the state of Washington did home projects. The best drew e five dollar award. One pro- ject wls done in the vinter, the other in the spring. Later on we took up sewing, knitting, and crocheting To soft, throbbing music, well-groomed radiant girls modeled swishing formels, bewitching afternoon dresses, and tailored sports wear, made at surprisingly low cost, in the spring fashion show. The cllss is joyously looking forward to a week at one of the various beaches in June. Each girl will donate 14.50 for the expenses. Plans have been made for a perfect week and a perfect ending of u year of work and play spent together. rv' ' 4- 1, 4 f -5 H I ' X d r of g,JPJh?-N' -1 in if WK? 3-:fx KP! A i . 4 91' M xx' ,',4"T. 'MW vb V U bln' I usfl1's,l,,ll' I I A ' , . , Z ' W Q ' Qi- L ' " rf-2? " l WIS " G 1- ' . Z n j sr fl .X , it sf ww 8.25.1 - 0' u 1 'lm A . ,.., it ,gy .. . -.3 gg - EVM -..""': " T- ...Lv CALENDAR SEPTEMBER 4. School starts 5. Frosh find way to Mr. Heath's office 6. Frosh still trying to find classrooms, also hunting for fountain. 9. Ag. boys meet--FFA out for a big year. 10. Faculty picnic--Skipper very ill. 12. Class meetings--dirty politics. 15. NHS vs. Adna--Friday 13th Cunluckyj 14. Ag. judging team goes to Randle--no luck. 18. Home Ec. classes go to Puyallup--UFortyW embarrassed. 19. Napavine loses to Mossyrock--Frosh initiation. 24. Girls' League organize. Tigers find themselves, beat Winlock 12-O. . Farmers go to Longview, unlucky again. 27. 25 30. Senior Literary Program--audience uses their imagination. OCTOBER 4, Napavine has field day, beats Chehalis 52-O. ' 5. ---- rFarmers go judging to Portland--who was Hanson's 8. PTA meeting. blonde? 9. Students enjoy movie--educrtional ll. Lebam at Napavine-hard game to lose-Hi-Y to Longview. 18. NHS-12 Training School-6 Junior party, everybody hagpy. 19. Girls' League at Onalaska. 25. Training School-O NHS-14 Puopet shof,magician loses 26. Girls' Play Day at Olympia. magic rines. 28. Junior Literary Program--good shov. 50. Senior Party--who ate the JELLO??? 51. Teachers' Institute--Teachers,report good time. NOVEMBER 1. Institute continues. 8. Winlock here 6-O--last gime Frosh party, all go to the . 12. PTA meeting Grand Theatre. 18. Basketball Practice starts. 26. Senior Play--HThe Hhoofenpoofn. Q 27. Soph Literary--Attebury eats cake. 28. Thanksgiving vacation--Miss Hard gains Weight. DECEMBER 5. Kelso here 27-19 Guess which end Napavine was on. 6. Morton here--Napavine tins 19-16. ' 10. PTA meetings ll. Mossyrock here. Tigers yin. N 13. Girls' Mixer 18. Girls to Onaliska, NhS tins. SO. Frosh Literary-Sinti Claus comes-Tigers rin it norton. 22-28. cnaisrnis VaCnT1oN I K N Y J '5's.,.... i ,,,.,r Lf.,-4' ,, was :5xW3n 7 qebifbslggg 1mq.l!aEaJ Q 1-yi' ,-Q ' Q gr? 5 u. - H X ' .' f" ,. N . , N . X 5, C ,,,,.--:'---.... , ' ' Y 9 " - .X -' N ' s.X:v: sb, Ng., N X -- ATA.: -EW C Sl rf. '. A M- I. 5 .W ,dr -r . , -Nxg -X b H .---" ,,'4:I.f3'w!i.. jr' ..- W Q ' , ' - 'H-r'f.?' ... 1 i Q., . .X .,l-m..-,- ZITRKVI QL. 5,5--SX Lak 4iaeH45w?n -1- T T V "'I' 4f.,.:.'T'-V' "Tie-'35 VP '54 - -.. , Hz.: -and Q E3 4fF5Li I 1 4 '?3'.f13if"fffZ ,...s-:EJ .3-im" '-.-as 31. Centrulii game. Tigers defeat Tipersf26-59 JANUARY 5. Basketbsll League starts. gdnu upsets dope bucket. 8. Girls lose to Toledo. f 1.0. Nupavine defeats Finns 55-3lCFuller '."c'.1ks,!'L.rd 14. PeEll here, carries off Guest prize rcscuesl 17. Boistfort here, we lose Q8-21 Ag. Amateur hour Miss Kruter hides her face when Lundquist sinrs. 20. Training schoo1...Second tewm wins 27 Nupavine to Kelso-lose close contest 25-22. Kure p 28. Ldv class goes to court. sees prouler cur. 29. Soph glrty 51. Uinlock here, Nupuvine happy--score 27-17 FEBRUARY E. Rochester here--Slwde vxltzes. '." 7. PeEll at PeE11--tough luck--55-29 8. Music Festival at Mossyrock--vhmt songbirds ll. Boistfort here--Tigers win. 15. Onalaska girls here. Rho wus in the crowd? Larsen 17. HTA mectinp. gets mud 19. Football pictures--Hmrvoy -"- wtches Haines. 21. Nupuvine at Adnl--Carty swvcs flue. 29. Junior Liter ry Prorrwm--Actors get dizzy. 2. Major Schoof shows var clubs 4. Mothers' and Daughters' Mlxer 10. BTA Hi-Jinx---Fuller loses oies. 12. Couch Fuller lelves for Denver. 13. F1145 B'J.f1'.lUf3t 17. Fuller Q Co. lose at Denver, heed for home. 26. Operettu---Nlune Inn. 27. Soph Literary Brogram APEI 5 Music Fcstivsl lt Toledo--what music!!! 8-9-10. Soring Vacation. 25. Frosh Literary Program 24. Junior Play, HAS The Clock Strixesn presented. .MY 4. History Class goes to Olympia--fhere and hov's the B. May Day - sovernor? 14. Junior-Senior Bdnqeut--Vhat Q feed!!! 15. Soph Hicnic--Nobody drovned 16. Girls Lesfue conference at Voodland. I -18. Senior Sneak Day--Everybody surprised--Where did the 20. Girls' League picnic seniors go?'? 34' 241. Baccalflure zte if 27. Class Day g, WV 28. Commencement Exercises. t!,'?,?f R 1. .r jig J" 1 , f 7 " ' X-X I A ff ff' 'A ' , e 'X , Q - f . MS-" Q.-fl ..- - Af. e ' "kk - -. " V 06-F2 ""',5.T-'---zikgxzfi' q R' ::.:::,- ' A . .- --2f--- --as . f. .-. -" VIA ,f'7"' - . 7 ' EQQFIEQ. L , ... 1 Uk X 1 s or eg QQQS xg Q Xxx! ll I L 411651 D usfwis D 1 X 'WSE ...-- JZ1.: ' -- ...., ' W... . I 1- .-. ---...."""""'..... .. 3: -."..-,..,- ' ....- ,..i.....1- f 'W SLNLUH QDADS PLAY HTHL WHOOBLNPUOFH Ervin Helgeson Joyce Hanson Joan Severin Mona Lowry Edne'nnz' 44 nugenenolemp Bill Hanson Alice Hensel Clifton Carroll Dad Ketchel mrs. Ketchel Deep Liebeck Wheeler Ketchel Roarin' Riley Widow winters John Liebeck Directors miss nline Krater mr. Douglas Babcock Presented November 47, 1955 A-i Y 9 A X . -A NY SUI, Z-'-"Q'tqL'ffL,2,Li R-, XnQ: z ' 2-I 1 AS X Jn Q g , ' . W -if i I: -x D D DDD ' "L - 2-:. -- - K... H x S 1 vo... 'rx 4- -re. lilfhfrw 3, , ' , -I 3' lv .1 N ' . . W -- 4 ' i ., Y . XX . M -. '-...sm -Q i' M 'W 'i ::::2a.,:,-55-, ft we -ff, u' ---. L n , in , BAND ' The band department, under the direction of Mr. Milanowski, has accomplished Q freat deal during the year. Their first ippearunce was made on November 27, 1955, when theypliyed the openinr number for the Senior play. ' The bind iided the Athletic Associition by pluyinr at pructicilly every league fume of bmsketbdll. The band held n benefit for raising money for their activities on March 10, 1356. This fis sponsored by the P. T. A., with the band playin: a Wide sel- ection of numbers. The proceeds rere dpproximately 1595! On the nisbt of April B, 1956, the band attended d music festival it Toledo. Hero the bind, ds Q whole, played several numbers, ind also individuals of the band made various contributions. The band also made u fine shovinm on May Day where they played for the otyer schools and patrons of the community. . U ,ee .. ' f' A I ,.-'L' L, s A ' ' ' t., elf-,425'4f!gE llF'Q1'DfL':x Fri--1' l! - ' 1:1-If-""v .- , :Q ' ,i . " 'asi a ' --'ff '- 195539. :taps I' li. aaa 4 I gfg lv! ff! V .65 X Nl 4'. 1 -1' L 'X Slit! u Q A x S ' f it 04, - Xxlu nf u h T i sh Mei' :l i J ' ez- e OPERETTA r Perhaps the most outstanding event of the Glco Clubs of this year vis the operetti, i musicil comedy entitled, UTune Inu presented Merch 26, 1336. ' This is the story of Kasper Kroygins, czur of dodfish industry, end Jerry Kennedy, his idvertising mane er, who have decided to tell the world about Krogfins Kippered Kod fish vie the ridio. Mr. Kroggins decided to reveal his product through his more ambitious than tdlentcd wife, Mrs Kroggins. However, Jerry and Binks succeeded infuccident- ally,-of coursel stalling the elcvxtor vhich Mrs. Kroggins was on, between floors, thus preventing her from sinfing. She is replaced on the program by the LNHS switchboard op- erator, a young lady who fits into the prorrim very Hell. This works splehdidly is both Mrs. Kroggins and the tel- ephone operator are n med Mitzi. As thc program is being concluded, Mrs. Kroggins es- capes and rushes into the studio. In order to pdcify her, she is allowed to sing into 4 dead microphone, With the belief that she is actually singing. A telephone c1ll revowls thc ruse, ind in the wrath, Mrs. Kroggins orders Jerry dischir ed dnd hitzi having txken her big chance unfuirly, decides to quit the job. The silver lining is supplied by Miss Throckmorton, 1 lawyer, who brings the 'elcominr ners that Joe Bro n, operdtor of Mwhb, is the heir to 1 large estlte, includinr all the putent rights to the grocess of kigperinf fish. This of course lelves Mr, KTOWnlDS out. Jerry is given his job back and Mitzi decided to stdy and sinh perman- ently on the Qrogrdm. All ends hipoily with Joe and Jean, daughter of Mr. ind Mrs. nroggins, dictating Q hipuy end- ing.' Nick Bolton wi Alex Manchester Nancy Arnold Madge Keating Mrs Jim ...U , JUNIOR CLASS PLAY V n lil' 4 l -4. 5 HAS THE CLOCK STRIKESH Edwin Lindbeck Shannon O'Niel Arnold Carlson Gretchen Coyle Bonnie Van Cleve Cherry Hdmrick Karren Corp Randolph Keating Sam Randolph Stanley Dec Qc. ' sr. X Trncst Zunke .QPF - X N, an - rf' "" "'1i"2"" ' Q- i L K N. xg ' It 'lilrlitfxta-t-QL S, ,, .... QQRNEQAR E Y ,?',' - . ww ' tx .71 N1 ' J "'- ' -,,Nv- -Ni "iii ' 'ffm 1 Q21 'EW I vg F -T- 'Sail-, A 4 T tgirl jghl ' f L... ir"-ssl-9 .. Q l ,V ' ,. S'-I . '- Nw 221: - , ,dd 51? ' ' ' TT mc::' i"-- w,"d?g Ii' 4139 P2 1 -T' 5 .'M5'I3KL" A-ar... -...J::'...'. , ' 'fi' 0-1-' , 1 su l f N ll :L , 1 Y ,,,. GLEE CLUBS Members of the Glee Clubs for this year were as fol- lows: Alma Adams, Wanda Adams, Sadie Bennett, Marie Bett- cher, Roberta Carroll, Gretchen Coyle, Margaret Constant, Myrtle Dunham, Opal Dunham, Edna Enz, Genevieve Evans, Josephine Foister, Alice Robbins, Thelma Robbins, May Selph, Bertha Smith, Bonnie Van Cleve, Rose Corp, Vilma Hanson, Pat Fowler, Dorothy Guenther, Cherry Hlmrick, Joy Hanson, Alice Hensel, Marie Hilliard, Laverne Lemon, Mable Lowry, Jenn Macomber, Faye Estep, Helen Martin, Vivian Misner, Elsie Norman, Mary Solomon, Lucille Van Brimmer, Joan Severin, Alma Kure, Bud Foister, Richard Murruy,, Ernest Zunke, Marion Bierce, Stanley DeE, Arthur Olsen, Edvard Norman, George Mucomber. X N , 1 ,f 1 'ff 5 Y J I M Z -32255 1 A I f I Z R 1711, 1, ,I ,Q-LN fb ,.,, 4 , ir A r- ef" .tw :gb'J'N"". Nuff " A """ Z . -3 13, .T-'5 Ax? fN,+ fy i.'.M :25'l.?:s..i'f.'.s' f - A A .' N l Rafe! 2.434 Kyle V 1.7 Q-rv s-ls I 3X?TEQ3 n ,U Eil!!gS....,. 4 X f n --r -..-3-v . rd so ID FOOTBnLL ' The 1955 season proved very successful under the ible coaching of John Andrew Fuller. The Tigers von six of the nine games played. Close decisions were dropped to ndni and Lebam, while one game was lost to Mossyrock by 1 wide margin. V - nDNn--The first game of the senson mfter three days of practice proved disastrous to the Tigers. The score . was six to zero in Adne's favor, MOSSYHOCKQ-The Tigers ran up against a stonerull in their second attempt to post a rin. Nupovino gleyed hard but were beaten by n score of 15 to-O. WINLOCK--An inspired bunch of Tigers journeyed to Winlock to drub the Finns for the first time in many years. The boys played heads-up football all the While and came out victorious 12-O. T x -. - N.. 1 -X - . A? , W W,,.----1:-T-----.....,... N"L 5' " ff is N s sf - ' N -y N g N .SX X ls 23: -Sf' Z-I!-'dl V. --exlxf.-.L - - L .- V - 's'f:s.-'-sxms Z'V, I J s - gif-:Ig T .nn4.:i+1Hf, :mn mum- I 521 u f' l f'- 4 -.....:'?1p,' - ' --' LEBnm--This Wes 1 hard feme to lose, score beinr 12 to'15 lnd Nsplvine comin? close to l touchdown in the dying minutes of the gene. STATE TRAINING LCnoUL--The Tigers started 1 Winning streak in this glmc thzt continued till the end of the season. The score was 12 to 7. CAzh4LI5--The,Nnpmvine temm journeyed to millet field in Chehslis, and defelted the Chehelis second team by l score of 13, 6. This glmc Aus played mostly with thc ent- ire Naplvine second tClMH STJTE TRAINING SCJUUL--This fdme nts played lt Cus- cade field in Chehalis. It wns'thefthird straight win for the Tigers. The final score was 14 to O. ' CHEHALI5--In the return game with the Chehulis second team the Tiyers had e field day and scored lt mill. The team was never pressed herd and did not kick during the. entire game. The name was gleyed with Nepuvine using their second team during plrt of the game. . WINLOCK--The Cardinals of Winlock came to Napuvine in the last came of the season and were again beaten by thc Tigers 6 to O. The game was played in a downpour of rain and was the fifth consecutive win of the year. Be- fore the came an assembly was called and the Senior boys who played football vere honored. PLAYER PERBONALITIES SLADE--Playing his third yelr for NnS, wus chnnrcd from guard to fullblcx. This yelr Sllde was nicknamed HThe Horsen becduse of his wbility to alot through op- position lines. , SLEMH--Changed from fullb ck to h lfblcm this your, Slcmp became more effective on runninr gl1ysJnotab1y re- verses. He did all the kicxinf end pessinf for the Tigers. ANDmn5oN--This was nnderson's second year of footblll at Napuvinc, end proved to be his best one. He pllyed tdckle und backed up the line on defence. I N . ,. X X 'ax wk " le .I if I ,Xl 1 'ifnv 1 f 1 l n .-' f ' .E-4 I A A A 1 5' J, -sv 1 4 iff 309 i 4-'akksftf ' A f T-F geidfv-f'l f - ,f:e6Z9'e' ,-. 51" ' , , 1 ---. , ' .ya .4-,f 1-Q 7,0 -fill 1 - I . my ,F 4, P' 'if A.. -e .. , J lv, s ' rn- ..' 5 4-df! .11 Q. " , -- Wx K s Jf 'O I -p x Qskdiw x gg, KA' .IB XXXXB ,lf t- sv YAN- .....:--:Y f"1...- .. .. h --':.':,.,,.. .1 , "' - ,dim U I?-,Z r., 5 FORD--Joe Ford is mnother three-year lettermgn. During the '55 seuson he ultern ted at end ind gusrd. MOHAVEC--Vernon played QUl?tCFb3CK dll durinp the season, doing a good job of running the term. It rss Forty's first year, and he will be buck to plny for Nupavine asain next year. - ATTEBUHY--Playing his first yewr for Nepnvine he played part time in the backfield and part time in the line Attebury will be back on deck next year to play for Nnpavine. GEIFFITH--Also playing his lust yeir for Nwawvine, he plsyed H bang-up br nd of footbnll ill throufh his four yen He Qlxyed end most of the time, ,nd when needed he took u gost in the backfield, Chnnhmhhnln--Lee vas one of the smallest lineman in the le Vue, but he made up for it in firhtinv Jbilityr He is,1lso one of the Seniors who will not be bzcx for duty next-year. "" THIGHT--tilbur played his second yelr of footbell this season, as an end. He is noted for his ability to smerr up glays, before they could rein ground. JONES--Jim played puwrd this year, ind did e hood job of it. It was Jim's first year vith 1 prospect of two more years to play. he are exgectinf great things from Jimmy next year. KLOTZEB--Ed played center for the last three seasons. He is known as the Hlron Menu because he Went throuyh two and one-half seasons Without missinf 1 minute of play. JOHNSON--Herschel was Q freshmln this year, entered from Jackson Preirie. He played tackle durinc the '35 season. He feces three more years of football. LAHMON--nmil also entered from Jackson Prairie as e freshmen this year. He played in end position this first year. . CART!--After plmying two years for NHS, Leo had the misfortune to break his collnr-bone in the first game of F the '55 selson. This kept him on the sidelines the rest of the yetr. In V K l 'Q'- ,,.,--'Ns... QEETN KN PW' 'ts Q F, in-,QX X if ' fs.. QQ rv 'F' 553 ' . 1 ' X .. N is - , .- rl- v NK ., -xv , 'Q Ns., ,X ' t Q, Yfwk limi :5 iff- Nxi Mix, ig A 5, 4 fff' 5.1 1 ., ' ' .A mai" lf' ' J ' ""- 'l:'5- N--47--'L Q1 ' .TT-'si H' - f- ' I W - ' .,., 'N -if 55 - --Q A g' -O' ' """r's- 45' fn f F . . 4 -. N , ,, .,.. ...?J' ' . -if 8 L -muses . S ' ",'! ' ' , , , ,, BESKETBALL The championship hopes of the Nznavine Qigers were blasted this year by a bad early season start. However during the last of the season, the Tigers came to life and showed their ability to play ball. The team landed in third place with four wins and four defeats and a per centage of 500. The best accomplishments of the year were two wins over Winlock, for the first time in years, and a win over Adna. 1 ADNA--The first game of the season proved to be the worst for Napavine. Anything the Tigers rttempted, seem' ed to be wrong. In short it was one of the team's off- nights. The score at the end of the game was L4 to 10. WINLOCK--Napavine went to Winlock and took the Card inals into camp by a score of 55 to 31. It was a hard fought game throughout, but the Tigers finally emerged . victorious. At one stage of the game winlock led 21 to 15, but the Tigers put on a rally and overcame the lead. fi 0 ZW gy' ff 5 If M 1 I -7 4 5 I, .,'f,,,, o ' 9 ,M W' G95 g It-im EE ,1 77? . 'a . , , r -. , -.. , I .-1, -, - . f , , 5' X arg, 7x f f' 4 , -4,3 - R . , I - ',.4f. ,Y--Lrg. :fn , A V R' .-Q' 4 . ,..-.' 'min' ' ' ..,.- ...av J wif - L , i - - , lv- . r -""' 1 e.: 7-- ' f H' -Q -- . 1-I v . , W,- S J""r. - 4 A 't F i, 111,44 1" Bbq 5 Sw lieigw x 3 wt T. sg. I 1 Nk.EQ my,-.1 . .. Ag X A ' X Q- .- V 'Z' V x ' "' -,,....f:S'-S-....,.. .W ' ' rx '- ' M. Sxi. A 'pgs , r r ' sa faves' S ' 'l 5 s.Q '- R "Ax7Qgx - ' , gf- . A If-1 ' ,4 . s. 5 T - -. w.,w7LN , . . H.. . ,--.., pts: ,.... A' I L If Q,-:zu 'ww "" - . . A Vx-X --... -' ' ' f - ,, NX ' ..- ., -1-.."' . ca C I. N ' ' A ss- 'T' ,-.- "' I .xssa ,.'rg,- -lsssi ig' 54:21, PE ELL--Due to a slippery floor, the hopes of the Tigers to beat PeEll were scattered in the second home game of the season. The game was fairly even during the first half, the Tigers holding a one point lead at the rest period. The final score wfs S5 to 15. BOISTFORT--Another hard game for Napavine to lose. Again the Tigers held the lead at half-time only to lose it in the second half, The score at the final whistle was 21 to 28. WINLOCK--This game proved to be our first win on the home floor. The Tigers took a lead at the opening whis- tle and led at the first quarter 8 to O. The rest of the game was all Napavine. The Orange and Black won 27 to 17. PE ELL--Our second loss to the Trojans in the '36 season. PeEll took an early lead but during the latter part of the game Napavine crept up within a few points. Final score was 29 to 55. BOISTFORT--This game had to be won to stay in the championship race. With their backs to the wall, the Tigers played the best game of the year. Score 56--22. ADNI--The Adna game turned out to be the most ex- ' citing game of the season. The game started out with Napavine taking an early lead. The score was 13 to 4 at half-time, with Adna not having scored a field goal. The next half was a lot closer than the first. .With three seconds to go Adna led by one point, but Napavine start- ed a rally and finally won by two points. Score 26 to 24. PLAYER PERSONALITIES GRIFFITH--A three year man, who played guard for the Tigers this year. Griffith was used to stop high-scoring opponents. ' ANDERSON--This season was Anders ns' second year of basketball at Napavine. He was one og the guards and us- ually captioned the team. CARROLL--Carroll alternated with Moravec at one of the forward posts. 'This was Carrolls' Iirst year. 'J in A xNE3gE3RN Tak ,,,.-fx nfs flgggigtzs . 'Emi . fr L' Hs., . Qzibzg aiicxz in: L? , .H T 4 lm . E fi E? , ftlflu 17? .F'W U -" ' r'...1iX.J. - , I:-1, l. ..3:..-bl -tu.: N- - .A Q.. ..-....- .--.. . -M ,,,, ,,, MORlVECf-Moravec played forward this season, playing part time when Carroll was not in the game. This was his first year but he will be back for another season. He is the only lctterman returning next year. SLADE--This season was also Slades' first and will be his last, since he graduates in May, Slade played center and guard on the team. ' SLEMP--Slrmp played center during the entire season. Eugene has been a regular for three years. His loss will hamper the team greatly next year. Slemp has the reputation for being the most consistent scorer. CARTY--Leo played his third and final year for Napa- vine with this season. He was the speed demon, and crack shot of the team whenever a point or two was needed, or a little more speed was called for, Leo always had it, and he put it out. Carty will be missed by the next-year's team. TRACK Field and track in Napavine High School have never been dominant sports, for the reason that track aspirants are few and far between. The school is far too small to have a regular track team, and again the time coincides with the baseball season, which makes it very inconvenient for a small school to enter into both sports. However this year an enthusiastic group of boys voted for track. Teams composed of sprint, middle, and long- distance racers, low and high hurdle Jumpers, shot putters discus and Javelin throwers, and pole vaulters were organized 3 p ff I '67 ,ri 'funk - - p"4 .ef f55'f'T4dP,f,! 1 4, -1-.?4.Q'Vgf' , r 1 K9 ' , Z ' f D 1 Q I A f ' W ,tl 7 f ' -W ff' t ui Lfllcl--x.i g QQNW 737 f 6 9 D f M X 5- . an --' 4 47' ' Y n 4,1 A ,-. . I A ' ' ' W .'!"x . . ,, ., - ' ,, - nv' 1 . A. V I gyfyif 'AL q ' 4--4 . , . 1 . Qi' e ' 1' -. .-v -is A, EUEL, ssgiggdls, X n K qs X 1 iff ku s.1wE.l, -AQ L .:"" a"i:f:?mV3-3... g vn-g--- W- --......--..- NAPAVINE GIRL'S ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION This year the girls organized a Girl's Athletic Assoc- iation. In this organization, a new system of awarding let ters was adopted on the basis of points. Points are award- ed for each of five major sports :nd a girl must earn 500 points to get a letter. Girls who recieved awards were: . Alma A. Alice H. Margaret C. Jeanne M. Dorothy G. Opal D. Wilma H. Frances W. Evelyn M. Joyce H. Myrtle D. Joan S. Alma K. Mable L. The Napavine Birl's Athletic Association elected the following officers for the next yefrz President ---- Dorothy Guenther . r Vice President ---- Opal Dunham aSecretary ---- Marie Hilliard The main event of the year was a house party at Offut Lake where the pledges were initiated into thc organization SOCCER A new fall sport the girls had was dribble soccer. The game was new but proved to be very interesting and was soon learned. The terms were picked in October for an inter-class tournament. The tournament ended with the first team champions. Games played: ' 15-Q o u c Q s a 0 o u Q 9 n 1 0 1 Q o n u 1 o u 0 n o s 0 s 0 o 0 u O'l li-Q Frcshmcfnnousuuououasscuss The tie was played off between lst and Eng teams. A fast and exciting game was played, both teams showing a good fight, and the game ending 4-1 in the lst teams favor. The girls picked on the teams were: lst Zng Freshmen Alice H. Almr A. Frances-W. Joan S. Sadie B. Genevicve E Marie E. Bertha S. X Wilma H. Alma K. Dorothy G. Merle L. Joyce H. Bonnie V. C. Jeanne M. Martha D. Grrry H. Leola S. Joy H. Margaret C. Myrtle F. Vivian R. Elsie N. Myrtle D. S -'hi x:SEgEiESEgggg:llgE?'3? 4S5WN u.NhN xW jHH'E53, A ' 2:mua:atk::, yggirf Q S N X -- get A J..-6 - -V e ,, 'ii xxx A u ' jvilg N x s. Q. -,-- 1315? if ,, Q.. ' A' I' 'Qi . Tk. was fxx -mf lvvfr N' sf xr XT' , ' - ' ,,.-H H 1 1"'- N- xx:--X f ... -Q. 'ef-1. 'K' 1' . ' -. 'mi - Q .Q . "" ' ' "'Q- ' ,V ' . A ' K- .' ,.f."T 6' a . gn-9 - 1 , A-Q , , 1: ' " -- ii ggQ2i?3 raw N give? I f 4' . . If --4-if rf'f.f'if .iff aw .. ...g3Tr:...: .il-r--I .2 f W-s s x , c-12 .iii i, mv g g Tlgj -n g l C sgswx B1SKfTBALL First team players: Opel Dunham Joan Severin, Cap't. Substitutes: Alice Hensel May Selph Alma Adams Joy Hanson Dorothy Guenther Sadie Bennett Evelyn Martin Margaret Constant Joyce Hanson Elsie Norman A very successful season of basketball was playedg winning eight out of eleven games and tieing one. The girls proved to have a strong team by becoming one of the two teams to participate in thr Lewis County Tournament at Mossyrock. Hcrf they were swarded third"- place losing the first game to Toledo and winning the sec- ond from Adna. ' To ton-off the basketball season, thf first team took a trio to Tacoma to ploy thf ill Star Term of College of JR Puget Sound. L nrw game of two court reskrtbell xas play- gl fd at Tacoma which proved to Ee a much faster and more .gmt interesting gamer Although they did not win this game, it g,f9 was very close with the score ending 21-24. The girls ' giUg received great-praise from the basketball officials there X3 QWFA and thc girls of the college, on thcir good playing f'wmvWf .. '7 A I 4- - Q ' . ,l , n' ' - ' 'nik , , ' s- ,r ,. , -.xi r li A-4,7 ji, .1 , ' . . I 'N-. l. , gas.: sf' f ' 4 j,gg'f . D -ss ., F :-.Q Y, if 'W Q." K.. '- 4--aa C Qn5Fggs.- ', 'lf'f . X ,KM-,X . Thar' M. R 1 3,96 m gabl .NAPA I ll l LDLWE bumps -..T,""' 3:.QE' I 7- :J-l Egd team Freshmen team Alma K. Vivian R. Jeanne M. Mable L. Marie H. Bertha S. Frances W. Mary S. Wanda A. LaVern L. Myrtle B. Rose C. Mae P. Marie B. Wilma H. Elizabeth K. The Egg team played games with Onalaska, Toledo, and the Freshmen. The Frevhmen played gem s with Onalaska, the 2nd team and the Grade School. VOLLEYBALL The sport following basketball was volleyball. This year the-girls had a volleyball tournament with Onalaska. They won the tournament with an overwhelming victory ---- winning 5 out of the S games played. An intrrclass toumnamcnt was also held in which lst team won the championship by defeating the 2nd team and the Freshmen in some very close games. lst team: Mae S., Opal D., Alma K., Alma A., Evelyn Ma,'Joyce H., Margaret C., Dorothy G. ,Second team: Elsie N., Marie H., Marie B., Joy H., Sadie B., Bertha S., Vivian R.g LaVern L., Wanda A., Mae P. Freshmen team: Wilma H., Mable L., Mary S., Myrtle D., Jeanne M., Frances W., Virginia B., Genevieve E., Elizabeth K., Leola S. BASEBALL Baseball was the major spring sport, with an inter- class tournament. The lst team won the championship with the games as follows: lst vs End ----------- 17-8 K Bgg vs Freshmen ------ 16-51 lst vs Freshmen ---- --51-17 lst team Alma A. Opal D. Vivian R. Margaret C. Alma K. May S. Bertha S. F..Mae P. Dorothy G. ZQQ team Wanda A. Marie B. Marie H. Joyce H. Elsie N. Sadie B. Elsie D. LaVern L. Joy H. Freshmen team Mable L. Wilma H. Frances W. Norma H. I Mary S. Leola S. Myrtle D. Virginia B. Jeanne M. Blizabeth K. TRACK Track was added to the list of girlfs sports this year. The events participated in were: 50, 75, and 100 yd. dashes, baseball distance and overhand and underhand accuracy throw, basketball distance throw, standing and ing broad jump, and high jump. ' 4 'its--147 su-- .,, :LYNA 5. A s I: A yvlvmq xr Feire?ffaefeeiFT7rN4rf-endif xl jf5 Fi Nu: .. .E ' L 9 N SPP - V X .- kN! -. AS . M.,-':.----...-,, --X ' .-L S' -X: if w.. X -.. 24 A X A4 ri , s ' , - . - is 7 N" If " ' Q 'if . 'Y ' -.. -. I' A :xi 'QU L -5 X :hz Nm"-Cr 1. . --,.. .' 1 , :L L A ma' ' . -ge.. ,, ....'- -il-F gf fp 1 4 I.. ' 9 L 'Y 41 ' .... I - 1 W .H lf.. H9 In :-' LT: In V .fu Q -:il ,4- ffilqg .gy MORLVECf-Moravec played forward this season, playing part time when Carroll was not in the game. This was his first year but he will be back for another season. He is the only letterman returning next year. SLADE--This season was also Slades' first and will be his last, since he graduates in May, Slade played center and guard on the team. ' SLEMP--Slemp played center during the entire season. Eugene has been a regular for three years. His loss will hamper the team greatly next year. Slemp has the reputation for being the most consistent scorer. CARTY--Leo played his third and final year for Napa- vine with this season. He was the speed demon, and crack shot of the team whenever a point er two was needed, or a little more speed was called for, Leo always had it, and he put it out. Carty will be missed by the next-year's team. TRACK Field and track in Napevine High School have never been dominant sports, for the reason that track aspirants are few and far between. The school is far too small to have a regular track team, and again the time coincides with the baseball season, which makes it very inconvenient for a small school to enter into both sports. However this year an enthusiastic group of boys voted for track. Teams composed of sprint, middle, and long- distance racers, low and high hurdle Jumpers, shot putters discus and Javelin throwers, and pole vaulters were organized .9 u 4 l,f! . A '. 'I 1f1XNf'1'! mu, .25 A -1- X , -lr' ' . I X ,Ar ' ,R f A Q 4559 f Art ff? 'z,:,.-1-.SS-Nlyf,-ff 7 . -4 ferr. ,- D 3 I A , !L I I , s - s Af- V ., , v r , Z P gt. fl ,, "' . . ,, . p 1. .---- . . - 4 J. w -m -- - , ,- ,p sf-""" 19- - W A 5135? f'. an g Q? r .Q-4 , f -ff' ,, . , . .- T e 11, ---s.. lf 5. J ' - pd .- - ' .Q E- - s 's ' ' za ,Q 55 s M ..- hgnsW,e., ---Q -.S""" I ,,-v- V T Q-...inn-l-ol w . sn...--,- NAPAVINE GIRL'S ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION This year the girls organized a Girl's Athletic Assoc- iation. In this organization, a new system of awarding let ters was adopted on the basis of points. Points are award- ed for each of five major sports :nd a girl must earn 500 points to get a letter. Girls who recieved ewsrds were: - Alma A. Alice H. Margaret C. Jeanne M. Dorothy G. Opal D. Wilma H. Frances W. Evelyn M. Joyce H. Myrtle D. Joan S. Alma K. Mable L. The Napavine Eirl's Athletic Association elected the following officers for the next yefrz President ---- Dorothy Guenther - ' Vice President ---- Opel Dunham sSecretary ---- Marie Hilliard The main event of the yeer was a house party at Offut Lake where the pledges were initiated into the organization SOCCER A new fall sport the girls had was dribble soccer. The game was new but proved to be very interesting and was soon learned. The teams were picked in October for sn inter-class tournament. - The tournament ended with the first tsem champions. Games played: 1 155. termuoccouauaoussnaon o"O Freshmen vs End team................. 0-l lst team vs Frsshmen................. 2-1 The tie was played off between lst and Rnd teams. A fast and exciting game was played, both teams showing a good fight, and the game ending 4-1 in the lst teams favor. The girls picked on the teams were: lst 2nd Freshmen Alice H. Almv A. Frances W. Joan S. Sadie B. Genevieve E Marie B. Bertha S. X Wilma H. i Alma K. Dorothy G. Merle L. k Joyce H. Bonnis V. C. Jeanne M. M. Martha D. Gerry H. Leola S. X 1 Joy H. Margaret C. Myrtle F. Ng v Vivien R. Elsie N. Myrtle D. v .ly my-.1 , xx SFP. Q X x .- sit " ,,- at ' lex, N x Iwi- why N ,. '-' X ' -"TZ lj: ' I 5, ' Ls- , A ,- Q ..,. Q sf .' 32' -.x 3f3l5lQ52!7? ---"S -H'i'-if La':.::nfw wma..- ...4:rr:...: .l+-' 155-3 'gl ,f 'fn K f' i e les "' T b HNX BLSKITEALL First team players: Opel Dunham Joan Severin, Cap't. Substitutes: Alice Hensel May Selph Llma Adams Joy Hanson Dorothy Guenther Eedie Bennett Evelyn Martin Margaret Constant Joyce Henson Elsie Norman A very successful season of basketball was pleyedg winning eight out of eleven games and tieing one. The girls proved to have e strong team by becoming one of the two teams to participate in the Lewis County Tournament at Mossyrock. Hare they were fwarded third '- place losing the first game to Toledo and winning the sec- ond from Adna. ' To ton-off the basketball season, tht first team took a trio to Tecome to ploy thf Ill Star Team of College of Puget Sound. L nrw game of two court taskctbell was play- fd at Tacoma which proved to ?e a much faster and more interesting game! Although they did not win this game, it was very close with the score ending 21-24. The girls received greet praise from the basketball officials there and thc girls of the college, on thcir good playing ,. 1 -A l ..i4 1 Ji-lfiwx ffm - fl.. . , , P' T , L ,, ' 41 1. ' A-,,.,4i'4 . ' 3 , ,..aL-.-1:3 - pxgff . .g .n ic" ,...- tl , ,lf N :"Q-'ff yi' gmt ' ss Nl -" '-'fffaf-rs' ' A' QP G k',44I1 Jhwe Q T131'LL.L-r113.'F-I P2 ' fi :fs 5,25 401i y,,fh,A ' 'I'fn:,. x Nflff-'-fq I, 15 3:41 T "' x u x X. Q r sw iq' ' v'e:3YE1 S13 NF-Q ll LAL ,- -... .. -....- - ..--- u--.... jg. A ..--V Egd team Freshmen team Alma K. Vivian R. Jeanne M. Mable L. Marie H. Bertha S. Frances W. Mary S. Wanda A. Lavern L. Myrtle B. Rose C. Mac P. Marie B. Wilma H. Elizabeth K. The QQQ team played games with Onalaska, Toledo, and the Freshmen. The Freshmen played gem s with Onalaska, the 2nd team and the Grade School. VOLLEYBALL The sport following basketball was volleyball. This year the girls had a volleyball tournament with Onalaska. They won the tournament with an overwhelming victory ---- winning 5 out of the 6 games played. An intwrclass toumnamcnt was also held in which lst team won the championship by defeating the 2nd team and the Freshmen in some very close gamfs. lst team: Mae S., Opal D., Alma K., Alma A., Evelyn Ma,'Joyce H., Margaret C., Dorothy G. Second team: Elsie N., Marie H., Marie E., Joy H., Sadie B., Bertha S., Vivian R.g LaVern L., Wanda A., Mae P. Freshmen team: Wilma H., Mable L., Mary S., Myrtle D., Jeanne M. Frances W., Virginia B., Genevieve E., Elizabeth ., Leola S. 3 K BASEBALL Baseball was the major spring sport, with an inter- class tournament. The lst team won the championship with the games as follows: lat vs and ----------- 17-B ' 2nd vs Freshmen ------ 16-31 lst vs Freshmen ---- --51-17 lst team Alma A. Opal D. Vivian R. Margaret C. Alma K. May S. Bertha S. I .Mae P. Dorothy G. ZQQ team Wanda A. Marie B. Marie H. Joyce H. Elsie N. Sadie B. Elsie D. LaVern L. Joy H. Freshmen team Mable L. Wilma H. Frances W. Norma H. Mary S. Leola S. Myrtle D. Virginia B. Jeanne M. Elizabeth K. TRACK Track was added to the list of girl's sports this year. The events participated in were: 50, 75, and 100 yd. dashes, baseball distance and overhand and underhand accuracy throw, basketball distance throw, standing and ing broad jump, and high jump. .f"" gssxmxxx Agfa-vw, , . X fam' 1 W X :Br - . x 15' NR . N- V , . . .N "E g , 1 K A iflglsl 2. D ' e2,aaasw+ N ' - 45 --- ' ' .uh 2 ""' ' , E Y ..uv..',7e!,1.' li, V LSR Q ' - :..1,- . - .X ' 'S- ' ' , - ., V , 1135. .Qu " Y' , nxt: 10,5 W. - Y ..-.- .' ' ..v I 1. ua x .x , :J .I -T. .N v :gr j T A 4-' - 1 ' .-. ,L --, I ' , ' -at iq.: Lgggfg :'E2-'-.,z- lgvi , iriv- :J-H qfllfii iff -WIESEDEQ' 'gg-1: , MORLVECf-Moravec played forward this season, playing part time when Carroll was not in the game. This was his first year but he will be back for another season. He is the only letterman returning next year. SLADE--This season was also Slades' first and will be his last, since he graduates in May, Slade played center and guard on the team. ' SLEMP--Slemp played center during the entire season. Eugene has been a regular for three years. His loss will hamper the team greatly next year. Slemp has the reputation for being the most consistent scorer. CARTY--Leo played his third and final year for Napa- vine with this season. He was the speed demon, and crack shot of the team whenever a point or two was needed, or a little more speed was called for, Leo always had it, and he put it out. Carty will be missed by the next-year's team. TRACK Field and track in Napavine High School have never been dominant sports, for the reason that track aspirants are few and far between. The school is far too small to have a regular track team, and again the time coincides with the baseball season, which makes it very inconvenient for a small school to enter into both sports. However this year an enthusiastic group of boys voted for track. Teams composed of sprint, middle, and long- distance racers, low and high hurdle Jumpers, shot putters 5 discus and Javelin throwers, and pole vaulters were organized sxzyfff , l I. ,I 'J P . ff 7 1 k AV , v A r Z V - - V li ,., v- ' 1 ' J-'f ,J -9? n- f ,-. .' J , ,-1 'gs 210' bL?'fl ,97?!! . an f f.:-- Ere -a , . T ..a 'P 2- F EI' QI, .ag-3'-' T "W W: 7... if me ,-, -" ,, . 35 12: 5555 W' ' xl-ijt.: I J TENFAI Y . ..:-" JFK..-X.-,Amr .- --, 1--7---1: - 3 -Q......-,..- NAPAVINE GIRLVS ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION This year the girls organized a Girl's Athletic Assoc- iation. In this organization, a new system of awarding let ters was adopted on the basis of points. Points are award- ed for each of five major sports :nd a girl must earn 5CO ipoints to get a letter. Girls who recieved awards were: . Alma A. Alice H. Margaret C. Jeanne M. Dorothy G. Opel D. Wilma H. Frances W. Evelyn M. Joyce H. Myrtle D. Joan S. Alma K. Mable L. The Napavine Eirl's Athletic Association elected the following officers for the next yefrz President ---- Dorothy Guenther - , Vice President ---- Opal Dunham eSecretary ---- Marie Hilliard The main event of the year was a house party at Offut Lake where the pledges were initiated into thc organization SOCCER A new fall sport the girls had was dribble soccer. The game was new but proved to be very interesting and was soon learned. The terms were picked in Octobcr for an inter-class tournament. J The tournament ended with the first team champions. Games played: I lst team vs 2nd term... .... . .... ..... O-O E1 I I U l O U D O I O O I O I I C lst team vs Frrshmcn................. 2-1 The tie was played off between lst and Egg teams. A fast and exciting game was played, both teams showing a good fight, and the game ending 4-1 in the lst teams favor. The girls pickcd on the teams were: lst 2nd Freshmen Alice H. Alma A. Frances W. Joan S. Sadie B. Genevieve E Marie E. Bertha S. X Wilma H. Alma K. Dorothy G. Merle L. Joyce H. Bonnie V. C. Jeanne M. M. Martha D. Grrry H. Leola S. X, I Joy H. Margaret C. Myrtle F. Ng v Vivian R. Elsie N. Myrtle D. v .ky my-.1 rf ' 'R g :ur- -m --ark xx ff' Y .. 5, U-35:33:23 5921 . , x .. X '- - ' 7? , ...ni - - .1 f , if NXT? A 5' J., lhk I I I fill Sark 'L ' if 321' -- I" , , I , - I ,, V in A : ,,. 8 '.,.- '1-K, ' U ' 42,9-f7,g'l 't Ze.- - ' . 'gaif' wk: , ' 'QWQQ .. a l - . -T. ,ss - fl "T, " -if as - . X - - " ,,. U3 I " , 1-..,, V! - A . ' s .,. 5 .LL . A. e. 2215! N itz ,.:: --...V -.--.. . 1 ' ,,,:. --:q--- ',,f if M' as - x yi W a-in iit , ,av f L BIEKITEALL C ' CL! First team players: Joan Severin, Cap't. Alice Hensel Alma Adams Dorothy Guenther Evelyn Martin Joyce Hanson Opal'Dunham Substitutes: May Selph Joy Hanson Sadie Bennett Margaret Constant Elsie Norman A very successful season of basketball was playedg winning eight out of eleven games and timing one. The girls proved to have a strong team by becoming one of the two team? to participate in the Lewis County Tournament at Mossyrock. Hare they WCP? fwarded third"- place losing the first game to Toledo and winning the sec- ond from Adna. ' To ton-off the basketball season, thf first team took a trim to Tecome to play thf Ill Star Team of College of Puget Sound. L nrw game of two court raskctbell was play- fd at Tacoma which proved to ie a much faster and more interesting gamer Although they did not win this game, it was very close with the score ending 21-24. The girls received great-praise from the beskebball officials there and thc girls of the college, on their good playing i lux A V kate, fig A 'f I lf? K,- 5 7wQf , 57 I' X Jlvfnffl -. fIl'fA 'flu ' fa ' "i at ff ,. , 1 I - "r- 1' ' 'C' ' 1 ' 2 nf ' ia- f ' , 2,52-' ' ' fiifiigmdegik. H ' if2 e.aee5f2E jg!! .-fv!5'- ' ., V .-f"' N 7 , "Efi5evfT1ff. JADQfE5E5lggg' f Q , , ,,, A ,ww , ,. 'Q -.'Eie-w "mE3iL+15sK+wJf9w, Nm .K , K Im f mmfly I xt S MQ. -ipbgnf E-e:9YE1 S13 NEA .zur -' rt..- In ,,. s-.Q-..... nh.---.Q-. - -1...--.. End team Freshmen team Alma K. Vivian R. Jeanne M. Mable L. Marie H. Bertha S. Frances W. Mary S. Wanda A. Lavern L. Myrtle B. Rose C. Mae P. Marie B. Wilma H. Elizabeth K. The End team played games with Onalaska, Toledo, and the Freshmen. The Froahmen played gem s with Onalaska, the End team and the Grade School. VOLLEYBALL The sport following basketball was volleyball. This year the girls had a volleyball tournament with Onalaska. Thty won the tournament with an overwhelming victory ---- winning 5 out of thc 6 games played. An intvrclass tounnamcnt was also held in which lst team won the championship by defeating the 2nd team and the Freshmen in some very closc gamfs. lst team: Mae S., Opal D., Alma K., Alma A., Evelyn Ma,'Joyce H., Margaret C., Dorothy G. Second team: Elsie N., Marie H., Marie B., Joy H., Sadie B., Bertha S., Vivian R.g LaVern L., Wanda A., Mae P. Freshmen team: Wilma H., Mable L., Mary S., Myrtle D., Jeanne M., Frances W., Virginia B., Genevieve E., Elizabeth K., Leola S. BASEBALL Baseball was the major spring sport, with an inter- class tournament. The lst team won the champi0HShiP with the games as follows: lst vs and ----------- 17-8 ' W 2nd vs Freshmen ------ 16-51 lst vs Freshmen ---- --51-17 lst team Alma A. Opal D. Vivian R. Margaret C. Alma K. May S. Bertha S. U .Mae P. Dorothy G. 2nd team Wanda A. Marie B. Marie H. Joycc H. Elsie N. Sadie B. Elsie D. LaVern L. Joy H. Freshmen team Mable L. Wilma H. Frances W. Norma H. Mary S. Leola S. Myrtle D. Virginia B.l Jeanne M. Elizabeth K. TRACK Track was added to the list of girl's sports this year. The events participated in were: 50, 75, and 100 yd. dashes, baseball distance and overhand and underhand accuracy throw, basketball distance throw, standing and ing broad jump, and high jump. 5- if 'QQ .Inq 'X QQ: ilu 33159 - x EI N O I .X ' hm.: -. . V - -,,...,':..'----...,. ' '-N ' LES-4. Q x 1. : N ugkriw ,Q Q, d . . 'D V f--f'f"Ef" ' ' . 'ai' Hai?a3E:-ra21"'4 !H'fNfff5r maaL D ' '.X -wHLZ ymbw"a.L'- Tyra lt 57 Y' n:7- ." X HI W fx. . is.: -sux' X fx. ,A '-Q -J' . , An . . 43 2 Z2 m vi' L51 , Jilfxi 45. '-"1"'I.:- mv 45 vf,. I iff ' " 1.l11Nff. - 'lfrftar-"jE' -5 , MORLVECf-Moravec played forward this season, playing part time when Carroll was not in the game. This was his first year but he will be back for another season. He is the only letterman returning next year. SLADE--This season was also Slades' first and will be his last, since he graduates in May, Slade played center and guard on the team. ' SLEMP--Slemp played center during the entire season. Eugene has been a regular for three years. His loss will hamper thc team greatly next year. Slemp has the reputation for being the most consistent scorer. CARTY--Leo played his third and final year for Napa- vine with this season. He was the speed demon, and crack shot of the team whenever a point or two was needed, or a little more speed was called for, Leo always had it, and he put it out. Carty will be missed by the next-year's team. TRACK Field and track in Napavine High School have never been dominant sports, for the reason that track aspirants are few and far between. The school is far too small to have a regular track team, and again the time coincides with the baseball season, which makes it very inconvenient for a small school to enter into both sports. However this year an enthusiastic group of boys voted for track. Teams composed of sprint, middle, and long- distance racers, low and high hurdle Jumpers, shot putters discus and Javelin throwers, and pole vaulters were organized 9 4, .ag iff 4 1 . - txf:'5?2' I -,' lffff X , 'R ' ' 2?- nglfxf -.1:s447w' QWQQX !L M sm F' A, 1:55 gjlnll 4 I A ' . . Z ' A I f "' ' Z I k I A ,L ' lf , , ' .. f - 39 .. .. f - ' " ' .7 ,. .7 I f if-.X ,i ,J' . .. - 7 P ' I vga.-- h Z ' - p :rf iw- ' I Ar' ' ' ' . . -' - . and --L " if sm' ' . Jw' 11 ' ,-4 , . -5'3" , ff . 1 , l- T , , -..- ,,. .- ,.,, -"" H . ,. . - . .N V- . .,, , :Ibn Q2 'lxrgii J NE NHS! --.H 1 '!'T-..-- " 3 .""" H. an---a . Q,...-.,,.. su...--n--mort '- NAPAVINE GIRL'S ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION This year the girls organized a Girl's Athletic Assoc- iation. In this organization, a new system of awarding let ters was adopted on the basis of points. Points are award- ed for each of five major sports :nd a girl must earn 5OO points to get a letter. Girls who recieved awards were: . Alma A. Alice H. Margaret C. Jeanne M. Dorothy G. Opel D. Wilma H. Frences W. Evelyn M. Joyce H. Myrtle D. Joan S. Alma K. Mable L. The Napavine Eirl's Athletic Association elected the following officers for the next yerrz President ---- Dorothy Guenther . , Vice President ---- Opel Dunham eSecretary ---- Marie Hilliard The main event of the year was a house party at Offut Lake where the pledges were initiated into the organization SOCCER A new fall sport the girls had was dribble soccer. The game was new but proved to be very interesting and was soon learned. The terms were picked in October for an inter-class tournament. - The tournament ended with the first team champions. Games played: f 1-EL s Q s A s u u ouno Q s s 1 s o'O 2-QQ 0 s o 0 0 u 0 o Q u 0 c 0 u Q Q O'l 1-EL Frcshmcfnsooonooosomucosal The tie was played off between lst and End teams. A fest and exciting game was plfyed, both trams showing a good fight, and the game ending 4-l in the lst teams favor. The girls picked on the teams were: lst End Freshmen Alice H. Alma A. Frances-W. Joan S. Sadie B. Genevicve E Merie E. Bertha S. X Wilma H. i Alma K. Dorothy G. Merle L. X Joyce H. Bonni: V. C. Jeanne M. kr Martha D. Grrry H. Leola S. Joy H. Ivlergairet C. Myrtle F. t v Vivian R. Elsie N. Myrtle D. I ,W were I K Xl EF' Nil Ni? mg My ' N. 4- Jlcszgz: 'N x E35 .. X -- ' ac 4 --,,:,.f'-fikgrli ' ,s, , ,, as A ., 4 .1 "- "-'mi -If . ,ff sn' .NNY we x N - ef -- "ff fi" V ' " ' '- X- . I ' f X Qw H Q ""- Xa.--he . x .Y ' --r if ,' , , A Q..." ' Q . I-'V .,:aez::e::SF-gnrsnrf .jr Q, EP -.S 1 's yr' 3fPl5l1i':F2z -.. "I :rm - ".:""-'UT '-'-.1.-.N w:nsmf1fp.e::l, f l"'W" C ' 'T A' N ag: f .- , BISKTTBALL First team players: Opel Dunham Joan Severin, Cap't. Substitutes: Alice Hensel May Selph Alma Adams Joy Hanson Dorothy Guenther Eedie Bennett Evelyn Martin Margaret Constant Joyce Henson Elsie Norman A very successful season of basketball was pleyedg winning eight out of eleven games and tieing one. The girls proved to have a strong team by becoming one of the two teams to participate in the Lewis County Tournament at Mossyrock. Herr they wfrf vwerded third '- place losing the first game to Toledo and winning the sec- ond from Adne. To ton-off the basketball season, thf first team took e trio to Tecoms to ploy thf Ill Star Team of College of Puget Sound. L nrw game of two court Vaskctbsll was play- rd at Tacoma which proved to Ye a much faster end more interesting game! Although they did not win this game, it was very close with the score ending 21-24. The girls received greet praise from the basketball officials there and thc girls of the college, on thcir good playing V , -v ,- f.,- f f - ' ' - - 'Il' Q lets.-,QW .if ii., A K ,W gg-if f ' A figgkqwx w- raamd52Zfg?y JJ , I -- LEX . H -1-.7 -- . f- ,T ' .1 .Ffh QA! -J eg qi.: , K " "4 ga- . f-7 'M 417- ," ' - -f1,,,f,Ml4elM WW - L-- ff .f .,..-r-334 1- ' 2 x ,s I LN. fs :ff N, .kg :fm s Zffi f 'Yr7gfL XII, J!-": vfmwfe sry' MM 's 3. .R I S CJ, xxx!! X KQOQGAE wx " l F'?l3VET sfgkl .qty QQN r2.w Nl .322 -..':".4... End team Freshmen team Alma K. Vivian H. Jeanne M. Mable L. Marie H. Bertha S. Frances W. Mary S. Wanda A. Lavern L. Myrtle B. Rose C. Mac P. Marie B. Wilma H. Elizabeth K. The End team played games with Onalaska, Toledo, and the Freshmen. The Freshmen played games with Onalaska, the End team and the Grade School. VOLLEYBALL The sport following baskwtball was volleyball. This year the girls had a volleyball tournament with Onalaska. Thty won the tournament with an overwhelming victory ---- winning 5 out of thc 6 games played. An intrrclass toumnamcnt was also held in which lst team won the championship by defeating the 2nd team and the Freshmen in some very closc gamfs. lst team: Mae S., Opal D., Alma K., Alma A., Evelyn Ma,'Joyce H., Margaret C., Dorothy G. Second team: Elsie N., Marie H., Marie B., Joy H., Sadie B., Bertha S., Vivian R., LaVern L., Wanda A., Mae P. Freshmen team: Wilma H., Mable L., Mary S., Myrtle D., Jeanne M., Frances W., Virginia B., Genevieve E., Elizabeth K., Leola S. BASEBALL Baseball was the major spring sport, with an inter- class tournament. The lst team won the champiOHShiP with the games as follows: lst vs and --------'-- 17-B ' 2nd vs Freshmen ------ 16-51 lst vs Freshmen ---- --31-17 lst team Alma A. Opal D. Vivian R. Margaret C. Alma K. May S. Bertha S. U .Mae P. Dorothy G. ZQQ LQSM Wanda A. Marie B. Marie H. Joycc H. Elsie N. Sadie B. Elsie D. LeVern L. Joy H. 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'Class of 1956 Chehalis Pharmacy 892 market Street Phone 60 Chehalis Washington Q.- ,.-,.,- -1-.-.7 OVER THE DIVIDE t Dusk fell like a pall on the miserable squalid scene which the pale yellow light from the smelly kerosene lamp flickercd feebly to dispel. The room was one of pathetic' ypoverty. Bare of floor though it fns, it was of unqueztionn- ---r ble cleanliness, This room held only the scnntast of nec- essary furnfshings. In one corner, a battered old stove rreigned supreme. Close to it was 3 rough wooden cupboard. mln the opposite cornpr was,a: shwky table and two less Bhaky chairs. A convertible army cot made up the rest of the household furniture. But the most appealing, affecting sight wwf thot of the figure on the bed, It was thot of a young, onto husky man. He was lying funn lownward and his shoulders shook with dry wrecking Sobs. Have You ever seen a man cry? It is the most heart-breaking ond svddoning thing that can hrppon. Not the week, puny 'H crying of a veukling, but thc soul sick cry of discourage- mcnt, wrung from the heart of me Strong mwn, L., rl -, ,S ' ., , -. PACIFIC HIGHWAY TRANSPORT Dependable daily motor freight service to all points on the Pacific Highway between Bellingham 3 and Portland--Gray's Harbor and Wlllapa Harbor P01333 l Depot 982 Main St Feet Phone 900 Chehalis X .. K ' .L X .A ' , .2 . ,,... ,--:S--...--..... ' ' g 'ff A -- , ' xii'-N, Asxrgg K E Q5 ., ' - N .g' 'fiaf 'P'-48' 4 M - N-......e-,-5.-':i'T'f2s f+G't' ' 'seg ----ws bias, ' , ,,,w.f- X' ' 1 . . . "5--Nl Y ., 233 H1153 4' sa,-4113 QF' Ns 7 ' 1 X RX "f ig fdfiu ' " ' an . . - ' , -L, 1- -Q Q jg-V 'A , T2 s B- E34 I W 1,4 l r fl l-1:".- """"' ' 2.22.-..-I They profit most who traue at i PHOFFlTT'b DEPARTMENT 5Tunh5 Centralie Chehalis 1 Suddenly a much beinbbleq young women opened the door--bringing with her h flurry of snow, and n blast of icy, penetrfting air. Closing the screncuinn door, she wade her Way to the cot, The v:n's sobb.ng ceesed abruptly. He rolled over fn his b ck and the huge, dead black eyes of HCycloneH Davison met the puzzled, excited, brown eyes of Juenitr, his wife. HDid you feel any vo? e while I was fwoy, deur?V She asked in n soft, drnwlind voice, - - HNQ, Juomitn, ..:' I have nr- I'Vo been thinking, sort of- tnon :asping for brqnth he continued, HI own picture on old form tonight, as it wrs :hun we left lust June-- npple blossoms, clear blue sky, fad the rreekm-Jurnita, I reckon it gig better than this shack here in the big city, WF3H't it?V HYesf'Cyclone--but now, Ifvo snrething to tell you.U Sho strfightened the hard pilloms, Und brushed H strey dvpk lock from his forehewd, HTodnyy she went on VI hfve been very busy. I picked up H discrrded newspcper wnd reed hbout reclemetion of lend in Alrskr, We are eligible to go fnd fre vssured of n home and food. We hwve ell to Quin--nothing to lose, Cyclone, we must lexve. I cnn't stand lt hero, neither cen you. This life will kill us both. I know thwt you ere too ill to work, but f chrnge of clinvte end the pro- per food rn ir yoovrbsltt ill' it pane-nhthh up :no ug.. again. ...,- ,L-,,,--ef . Af :fe . ,-.t CHBHALld ulmy LAUNDAY cc Dnl QLEANlNo 1 .EJ ,I .V , l . I 1065 Main 0hehnl1s Phone 48 ,?Z6? , -.,.. ..,,.....-W,..,..,-. f f f- -..- ' '. I xi., Xia gpff' I A . Y ' - 5, f , Z' ni ff,-' .-'fzrrrir 21 I ' - Y I. fy, L 1 7- V!! U- A . x Mgi5ii:m?rWSlfq?:EEF:::EEgEZZQ7jf??2 "2T?seEcCff1N uW5.:E? ,H- ' -',- ' --:- "",.... ' 3' I AV ' --v--' - . X '-:E-,. e , " .- Yi I . , 'KA 1" I. 2 wqf ' """' 1. ' , 'fS..,.. ,, Eiggigs "' NTL' 92.:::Lwhen do we start, wi--v--..-. v-1-0--'.n-nn KELLX'S CASH MARKET ,the better.H ' ' HHold on, Cyclone, was soon as you are able be on your feet again. think we could take the bout following the Fresh and cured meats OCCZ3. B There are three boats sa hone 352 ing. Today is the s'. if F ' . 1067 cnehaiis Ave. U1fg2tO5aiiQ-223556 Chehalis, V tak d 3 ?H Washington e' G I. l'Nita? l'm game, the farth- er l am from the big city, just to 1 next ion. il- twenty- There is first of Iharch, another in April. which do you think we'll HNita, we're goin' on the next Alaska bound boat, r .take it rrom me!H BEE- NUGGET CHEdnLl6 It was a happy couple, who, in spite of the poverty in March. Devoted - astricken surroundings, plan- med and worked for the trip There wasn't much to do. Their scanty furniture to the interest of ,required little thought, while their wardrobes, near Lewis County ger as they were, took even less, but bright plans for the future occupied long mourp in the time that drag- fgad slowly by. The first of march 1 QILUQG on an excited, elated Chehulis, washington lhouple. for the last time 'n the old shack they ate a reakfast of scalding black r to e r All H l Centralia, K washington, ig co1vGu...TUt1.1'luws X I . -to the . Mk v ," Class of 1956 ' X QV r - . - - , .1 ,W ...f -4. . 'N-xlgxlffunif ' ,-.' - V it F B W ,-:N-Axpu W,,y i v-fS.""s.5 S g z: N R . lf 4, New r-'r for -.-4. ,Z-all Q- T i a ff H- s s't':,sP qqagmiq nfmu -- pc L Yi: h N FJltLV u - 1 'lio- -n-L J-n '-""""'..3,..,..Y4 coffee and toast. Then put- ting out the fire, they picked up their few small bundles and donned heavy, rather old mackinaws. HBid this place good- bye, 'Nita, it'll be many moons before we come back here, 1 reckon,H-teased Cv- clone. Hit isn't worth a kiss and l hope wo never come back,H retorted Nita. Together they walked to the docks, a striking young couple in spite of the fact that the young man's tall length was alarmingly gaunt, and the girl's beautiful ' face was wan. The walk was slow and tedious for Cyclone but ex- hausted, and leaning heavily on Juanita, he finally reached the dock and climbed painfully up the gangplank. Flocks of adults and noisy children swarmed the decks of the Alaskaebound steamer. All were poor peo- u LEWIS COUNTY HARDWARE Distributors of Nilsen Athletic Goods Phone 55 lO8O Boistfort St. I Chehalis, Washington GESLERsMcNlVEN UO. Home Furnishers Good furniture ple--many desperately so. at All were anxious and excited On the shore the hand played, low prices flags waved and people shouted. Juanita and Cyclone l phone 63 went to their cabin until the bait Started- JU-Si 1-15 cm-inraiif, Washington V. al J. CPENNY COMPANY A 0 If The Home oi Values 8. Chehalis by Washington i fyafigj J P Ag., LAY A 5 " 1 d A ',- I if f l , A f' T :sf L.1A".,, i -ap " J-F' uw-1?-il ef ,2"'4i.,.f ' X "fi--,, . f" 'T "' ' , ' 'Finn W, .LM p J, s' es, mir gg!! rf'-2. . figeqyq .I-IZ. - 1 l N PRI -47' l f: . we f 23- A ......,..,-...--......-..........-- . I MQ QRYE 'S hertMScnefiner G mer? Clothes Better Quality for T so .u6-Life I John Moore nl Terrnch the captain snouted Hell ebcerd,U'they came and waved farewell to the cit' that nec cone close to wrecking J ' X O their lives. end then tney turned tneir faces to the North and to passing over the divide. fs. J.. .U 'L lt was e hard trip, Qnbjeo cried constantly. The nights were cold and Cyclone's strength slowly ebbed. Juanita was worn out 'etching .',' over nie and even more dis- couregeu than before they started. For a week and five days they had sailed---to the lend-bred young couple, it was e sickening adventure. The see wee horribly rough, while the wind blew continually from the North. But et almost any time now they should reach Alaska. That hope was all that kept Juanita going. All dey long she had stayed with Cyclone, trying to cheer him. Needless to say, when darkness came she was gratefull for her even though it was e very uncomfortable bed. She soundly through the night, and when the breakfast rang the next morning, she was reluctant to leave bed. Around eleven o'clock of that dey, the boat arrived at Matanuska, Alaska. Before they had anchored, Juanita ran to the cabin. 'Oh, Cyclone, we're here.v bunk, slept gong her Cyclone grumbled, Hhuh, what d'ye neun? nre we in Alaska?H ? Y ! r NAPAVINE GARAGE 1 r ' K f Fx Firestone 'lE5Z.res i X I vvillardr:ette1'j.es 3 w. X1 X3 XY, , ' I twJfX R. L. ninnert N,'Q.'.A'5 Y Phone 11 .ll-512.5lV.5sI1.il....-.i M XKUM I ,s,, s, ell, ssss ,sss ,mlmlHWl-l-ln-.n..... 'Kiwi' t . . cw L' . ,, 'NTT- , Xe 5" M -3 V435-s u N N , 'N Sf A A ,ff 5:1 .5 ,Sn- 9-EIHQ it an X N K 2. V G' I.-A44 ..Y AY V Q.. Q R A , .... sxh. , ju 5 If . -XL, I ,Q xeewggb-Qx . - - '. fr, T 4.,s N ur' ---0-----9'-Q v'f?T'i' L. -- ' I ' ., 5 ','g,::.- ...,v', nav: -.1 N :Tsai-I: I --, -, f 1 1',- ' f-,. -Luf- . Xxx 1 ,W 1. . .I .Ab , 3- I "" ' -5'2" ,- ,,. -0 N his f .-. ,,. . , ' Q 1 k . E? J-FZ: X .P fs ' " 4 ' -' l-c.':..- , . ..... , Q-1. , ---Q - ,...g-.-. .aun- Peverishly Juanita helped hlm dress, end then went on deck and nlngled E with the rest of the pioneer blooded pecplcm They glzed at the large, log eettlement houeeg et the surrounding country with lts ice end snow and rugged tree-covered foothillo. Altogether it was the most UWC-1U5piFiHL wilderness that these wild- erness Seekers mcd.ever dared dream of. Now dld it prove to be any differenL when the chip landed and the gallant little crew un- loaded. Speak? No-'ne one could speak. They were awe- strucked and speechless. Cyclone clung to hip uife'e arm and finally when the spell was over whispered. STOP' SHOPJSQ SAVE Vegetables and Groceries MARKET BASKET CdEh3ll5,W55hiDgtOH ...H 1 v 1 I .Lo 'D f,f H' I XAO Hare you disappointed, ,,,, ff! . a. , 1., . ""' - M, ,.-"1 honey? l recrzon 10 dllf-4 '74, ax'-K' -we-,uf-E A , , . erent fron the farm but iL's a dern sibht better thdn thet luyfout We just came from.H MNQ, Cyclone, Lfn not disappointed. lt's wild and beautiful even though it jo cold and berren.H They made their way with the rest of the group to the settlement noure. it was soon warm xnd comfy HP ,1 MN if Lf ' n Q- fVk'iHqQf?' fggjygyx NAPAv.NE wil S H IN G T o N X ling' Lv' ZA- ' 1.3! xwvkibfi' A -. '-. 4. ' Pwowr 4 12.- . SCHWARTZ MENS WEAR ' fnqd btor, for bvery Lane . l - , . E 17 835 market chenells, WQSh1DgtOH Q F, l ' 1 I ' w n il I P-A i -B up r .1 Z - 1 x , Ig . A If fl :M E E E 1 ' f f IA. Z I A I 4-L A 3-,f 5 417 - ' - ' A -4 ' f' dl " - ,.":- gufq - " if 'J 1- '-'- -, in fi AE F 1, , n Li":,,,- X Nl' b lil. - A LQ-W. qs any jf' - J ' - VA: 'V 1 a..:f- A' -4'::Q,.-:rl I X . 1-un-nl s-on --. "Iii-u-n -so-uv A sf wg: ?'yL A S x ul ' i..-.-s,.-- 5 Phone es 1028 mtrtn Street I S JQHN T STEELMAN springs for ell cars end trucks Electric and Acetyl ne welding I Chehelis p p ppp Washington l there. The settlement house resembled n hotel, not u modern one or course Juenite and Cyc on the bout as much cabin. So now when lone huun't made very many friends of their time was confined to the some friendly person made sdvnnces they were exceptionally pleased and responded grontfully to the generous ofie The supplies we start buildings for some industrious peo TS of help. re soon unloaded and equipment to the iamilies was sorted immediately. ple laid pluns for building on the morrow, but in the night the newcomers were awakened by the weirdest, most b Juanita wekened Uycl H'Nita, Cun't y looocurdling noise imaginable. one nt the first terrifying sound. ou let me sleep? Now what is---N e stnccato screech rose to nn screumingly, high note. Cyclone said no more. Grubbing his clothes, he run down the hall to the mess room in Junnite's wake. Already the biggest share of the crew were pressed close to the win- dows. alert end wide eyed. Juunite gnu Cyclone pressed tight against the people ann succeeded in finding an observation point. Jusniti'u oloou froze st the View displayed. The whole wilunwrness of nntenuskn was e whirling inierno oi snow. The sky was midnight black but the lights from the shelter house, through the windows plainly disclosed the scene, Trees were ilung ubout helplessly, like small blames of grass in the throes of u mighty wind storm.- The wind ...lil ill- llllli l.l-.l . ,V l-,n .I FIRE LlFE AUTO 1 Congratulations f to the x Q class of '56 Q 'S E is I V1RGlL LEE Z Nl Qtivgm up I nllpkinds oif insurance p pp -il XxXvp::f.?f Nd Ea? xl Rx 'N- SU fhtifl :N-g'::::::NN2,,ff'M'f, NN'kQrs ESEI2g -e..iFL. 4blh7' sime iigseil .. N B N X '- , -L" f ,...-"i--:- -, 7 ' - ' 7 Y A Y W 1 ' WL.. 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Everyone was gptherod ioout the title, ndppily engaged in the norning meal, HHello, Ju nitu,' foiled noni Unrren, hwhnt miata you so lato?H HDidn't you Know the tlimn rd had left us, lazy bonos?H drowled Cyclone. Juanita dashed to the Jlndow. To ner umdzement the ground was cleor except in Q fww pl,ob5 wnere high drifts COMQOSQU of rofuse uni snow wer, oiled. The :ky was bluish gr.y and tht sun shone! A The duy was spout in mingled mnricty und joy. anxiously the men wiited the building of their housesg joyfully, their minds dwelled on tn, time when they wool The i956 ford VNS putt Eine cur performince, moiety Comfort, sito, uno Beauty- witnin the reach of :voryont who drivos 1 our ADX Us FUR A ndnosihnllum S I JOHNS MQTORS Q ! .. ,,,,. n ZW 4' w a Chehtlis Washington k- I .l'-X 947,-1 N. ,,v,y,.fc ilT,?j7 s A - , 4 r ,fr I ,JZ-'- .--V V - ' ., 1. Lf, 51 f "' , " '.,""4 I ., 4: ' 1 LQ? r Mx I J ' N um H",-.--f ,U---J' " Si... A Q95-Yfjr' , I :H-jfjfQi5'.,,yb.f' 'QQQNN '-0 - .K . 55507 I xy .nf R tty x K-51 -i.:fVE1 ' x'N':'N are it .lee -ii' fur, , , --...'.:f'::: .- -...."'...'Z'.- it Y il H I compummrs OF V 1 EAR5 RGEBUCK G COMBLWY i 4 3 CHE!-IAUS wAsf-fzfvefofv I 3 , 5 l,q, r r . - ri-M,r , lin r r ,r ri J be individual homes. The women sing me they cleaned the settlement house. lt wus in ' happy day. The day passed 4 do. After supper when the d joined in games of cerde, en the Sort. Soon tiring they "" " turned in for the night. On the morrow directly nite started on the homeward journgy. strengthening body as he helped out doubt this was the life for believable that he hed gained gc 3 -,,1. pidly. bhe thrilled the thought of his building their ner 'h'. none and regeinlng health and nope in this new lend. x After the bout was out of sight Junnitn and Cyclone started on a cruise to locate their new home Siteg They walked carefreely,with huoynnt steps weeping time to the beat of their hearts, bdt hngpinees dil not cloud their mission from their eyes. derore noon they had loceted exerf sense of the word u uiehly as all pleasant days iqhee were put away, couples Q vurioue other euusements of Buch oth r farewells and ,f .i Lf 1. .,, . 1 ..-, ,C I-TJ. 1" 'Li'f:.L..S t the ship watched Cyclone' men. Yes, with- lt was hardly S Juanita LHR other N 1 U U yclohe. UA4' at 1 l u QQ-f' x . f x - X .. r. - if fx e ' A xr --f":'C'E"M'- xi S' ff '1iR::, ' ' , j sswrgfeagluw Egisaggssmefal 1qfbfvJ,'I'55hnf2:w N ' ,k'1q,' , TN'-4 ,HQXA , 4, g -...Y 1 my 4!Wi 'iF.!'9 1 5- at eGF:::gQ2:::4',qg:?sg3? l -AK? . .TN . -1 f. . Q.: E A u'l. ..,.' , ,-yr -. Mi . :1flfQ.E'f'Qa -3.5-.J their land and stakes u clain. The spot wus situuted in e wildly, beautiful Pluce in cn' henrt or the wood. lt wus e happy couple that joined an equally happy group that evening. The next six weeks were crowded to the brim with work. Cyclone and Juanitn,nssisted by some oi the settlement men, were busily engaged in the erection of their log cabin. nt the end of that time four cabins, including Cyclone's and Juanita's were completed. Next, for Juanltu and Cyclone, came furnishing or their much admired cabin. They were given e big home comfort range and a few dlshes by Mr. and mrs. Cendmire,. who found it impossible to build their cabin yet- on account of their small duughter's illness. Anne Warren gave Juanita a cute table cloth and curtain set. The rest of the furniture, consisting of four chairs, cooking utensils and bed und DGddiHg were donated from the shelter house. On a beautiful bundny morning, some weeks later, Cyclone Davison end his wife knho was holding a wee wolf hound puppy in her armss stood in the doorwuy of 2 cozy, neat cabin, surrounded by fertile land. With his free hand Cyclone waved furewell to the home going neighbors. Juanita lifted hupyy eyes to the laughing eyes of ner husband. NCyclone,H she said, 'the flowers, the spring, and the wild things have gotten into my blood.H' For answer Cyclone squees Q her hand. A deer in the clenring ruised questioning eyes. O. VVROUNDTREE General Insurance Automobile-etruck--life--fire-e COSTS hhss sEhVEs nhST l nc s ie, C C 1 i a I ' 1 ' 3 MGRTON 5 AMQKH g 1 .Q . . i 55 cells the best ment to be purchased 5 W if . I In I l Phone 6 Nupnvine , Washingt on i t'f1,fL'f?',' f, it so f .vw 1299, :M , I , ,IL W L f A ' ' -5- . W l. , JL Mfg F I .-,,. Z? - C ' 4 .4-' - ss.-A 'o - ffff ' , fM T:::rWif'599 fff' Kagan " 4 H 5, .af Q? ' -fee" ' 1. .JL 'Ld W' ' i , - I 532, - lf T fp- 5 . 'I :N X . s N - f , v' , p:,l ....--....--... .....,.,.,..,, . ,,,.,,,,,, A T 0--.-T'-IQ'5-2' . ..,.""',,' ,,A I Congrntulutionsi CUOhmY'S I I . I BUSTER BROVVN! SHOE CG I , I I 831 Market street Chehulis, Washington I Then tearing his eyes from the departing ship on the buy, Cyclone murmured, Hlt is truly uou's creation, this land Hbver the Dividelh Fay Estep Miss Ward--1 think dancing meke5,u girl's feet too big, don't you? fu I ' Mr. Puller--yP.LauseD "Yeah" Miss Ward--1 think swimming gives Q girl awfully lurge shoulders, don't you? Mr. Fuller--CPausej You must ride quite Q lot too. The lights on a subway train had gone out. HCan I help you find u atrup?H The young man asked of the sweet young thing standing next to him. Hfhank you,H She replieu, Hhut l have just found one.U HGood--that's greet, then parhhps you would not mind letting go of my necktie.H I MAY WE bUGGE5T I I Oven-fresh bread, Tasty Pastry, Fine Candy I I Home-Cooked, Noon Lunch I I at I 2 'r I Q I fosrfk 5 BAKERY I ' I Ticify Tlf1erlget 5tA1jeAet ' -A ' Qheh.1lis ,fggfk-gf, I I I I I X 'xt K I ., xx -as I is X wwf" eelllw Eiffel-ls lf 01 I T3 I, A fd 5" ,.:f.:, " N' . 4 Q:.:::2"-2: 5 X .2 - X 4 Y f - iw ,,..f- .. X ,fir Y - F ' I, N ,. I s '2,. 5 1 "N . ., f'X br 2 -- . .. . e We f - 'fbi I 'f-ef 4 ' X " - . -xg E Ek? fp V MN 'A ks-551 Q ttf'-ff J ' .fi sf--' N-new -fe-7" ' " .3-. " , 'I -- ' 3' 'N I 5 V 3 ., 3, C: U' f , . "". L "'f lr, I . -Jelrft-4+1::L , -,-gut. - V-, ir . V I LUNCHLS UINNEBS PARTIES MARY MC CRANK 'S SHAMROCK INN Chicken and Steak Qixners our specialty H4 was one gf tgosglmfggl KEIFSERVJCE who never knew when to go. She had yawned several times SHOE S TCH vainly when the clock struck' ODE. Slemp--Is that an eight I day clock? SHOhS HOSIERY Ruby--Well, why not stny el little longer so you will Know . Hnow cnn I make anti- freeze?H Coon shoes and hosiery: priced for savings to you HHide her woolen paJumas.J An Irishman who had been y Chehalis, washington to Alaska told the following story: NI landed me boat one the island. ana when I got up about tc - the middle of the island I met the biggest bear I over 1 went ashore I one , -l Q fox-uv oowne was one tree on the islanf I saw in all my life. There and I made for the tree, I I - Y . , I The nearest limb was a rlg 2 one about twenty feet from , mverything the ground.W 1 tg Spectator--HDid you manage? builp Irishman--HI diun't grab I anything it going up, but I caught Lt? coming down. Chehelis, Washington I I on toll .v e lt 4-f- M AFi.' K 4. I -- -1 I- . - 14. ix 1 , iii' .1 15-V ' Q. D 7 1 ll -E 7 , A., q:2,,L1I ,. . , ' emmr' Nrfe.. -- -1 ' If G Q-me - A grill-'fair' . 47' ix! a . V110 X, .. , gfffffjff 4 fqgwf 1,1 2' I lf' U... n ei .,:.-'- 71 .,., -Z-um " 2' A ..,- - -- ,-. 4 ' we 415,-f-4 rx - -- --nfv F Q -,- -f JFIIST JN uVu2YTn1kG Nd'H THE MEN'S S TGRE BARTEUS Chehelis Uaghington She took my hend in Sheltered nookzl She took Wy Candy ond my books, She took those gloves I bought for her She took my words oi love ind core She took my floWetS rich rod rsre She took mv time for Quite G While Sho took my kisses mode so shy She took whatever J could buy, And then she took Smother guy. Loo--Do you Mme' you swell like 1 negton Zepa-Wir-Ev-You love voor nerve.- Whet do yow we n? oeo--Hith yout owl . Kr0terMHHoW many 2 leo pre there, Fronxq Franke-Three, Krqter--Three! 'Let vfe they? Frank--The mule sex tow frm le sf., and the insects, Borbevs in some lmerie-n to us :ve chirging more for shmvee. they stitg Zh't owing to t deprfseion tLsir ou tomvrs ffces exe longer ' efo12efr-ME-NoT'PRoouCT5 comfwvy wx w Q . 1 3,255 Milk thorsz Huttuv Ice CPE'V N N . ,., .g , -' . ., .- . . XX-NN' l Cheh all .5 fat.:-hmg,to11 -s--- f ' X eff' N A 'Q ig 'ef -gx ,- i is ' "?' A N --'f""i" 411'-fr' 1, " ,. ,,o l age. ext , , Q ' N. L.,-.-'rffwgl-r'??"'Q4fiY. 55 l l l e - xx .1 N ' , W V I N I Q, 15. to-3:35-M ,iffy 1 'Xi e --,.,l,' .: . ' ,A s1. l.-:ff - 'v T Q, I 3, X .. :::, - .. f I 7 3 . 1 A ' :f 9 1 ,,... ' ', ' I at 3 f -' -f"f A . , L nl ,f ". ' f L4,'1C,:n"' 1, 4. 1 'JF-"4 Q , . xg. ', - :S , QW' i I . i H " .1- fkfngiq ' ' ' ' ' ' sU:"'L.,'j249iAIF...-if i1"...'L'... ' -- , , F ,iff .. .I f-.-. CONGHtTUuiTIONC I 23155 .H.ob UF lfou TVIN ClfY THTWTFVC Centralia Fox Libe?ty Chehtlis St. Helens Grand 1 ,Q 7-1 f ' ' ' ' ALWAYS THE BEST IN 3C'PFNo ,nu STIGF ELTFRTIINMEHU z Mr. Heath--Did you fish withf flies? Mr. Fuller--Fish with thcm? We fished with l 'em, ate with 'em, and slant with 'em. H Host--I shall have to put you two fellows in thof same room. i Guests--That's all right. Host--Well I think you'l1 i have a comfortable i night, it's Q feather-l bod. i At two o'clock in the morn- K ing one of tho guests zhokt his companian. HChango places with me, Dick, it's l my turn to lie on tho f i, 41 1 w 1 feather. Y I Tho golfer hoo lost his ball: and, not unnaturally, was inclined to bo annoyed J with his caddio. ' Golfer--Why tho douco dldn't: you watch whore it Wont? Q Doc--Noll, Sir, it usually 9 don't go anyvhort, and so it took mt unproparodn i f I .ln LOUIS A. VIMONT ' Printing ochaorfor Ptns and Ptnoils School Lquipmtnt Chthslis, Washington JLNSLN INSURANCE AGENCY Gontral Insurance Bonos Safety Deposit Boxos Phono 89 Jonson Builoing Chohalls, Nashington , , Q' .K ,,f ,eff f, fbju' W I f 0 "K 345 ' - f J 953 'tflflefgf A l , ,fz1"4'2 4'-f ' ' -"L --as af al W- . , gl --- F-rt ' Moll I ff' -3"--if . "'-if ,V 3 3 La ii 4 , if J L91 fa 'f "Wx lf' . wink? Sh lid-L1 - Q-:qnvn ' f,vi3g CHARLETS FURNITURE S TORE Uuvlity furnjtuve fov 195: f Phone 88 CewLr:li- 'wshington N LOONLIGHT Silvurud noon1ight on Q pathway, Blood racing lifw 1iquiU fircg From a patio cam- :v,vt uusic, Fillud with pathos env JMsir., A dcsirn for b.2uty alvays-H Not only just tQnifFt, But to livv our f:v,t pomorrox In 9 shaft as yur. :ul ihitu As the purity ww mnrwu' in uUon'ight. .f'i"y EStu'Q Gfokeionfifxf? DRUG co. L i K Your Druggust Ng 92" Ch Chg, 1 5 Phorm 77 W sh ton RQ - yaigh-rg 'A " "W, V ' V ' Y ' I A. I ,, ' V xigxxutfi ca N L N - H 4 fa ,.- 'V SN. 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Hotcake--No use, it's jay's pzpcr. Neighbor--I sec you Q ting Jon dr CET. look y A DRUG o STORE You can always shop to aivantago at THE HEXALL DRUG STORL y Proscription hxpcrts you o ycstor-PJ ro lot- ive tho UCEWS DEPARTMENT srokf y Mr. Ford--Y s, no is still Congratulations ? too young to bc to thv 4 W - Q'.-, , A. , F y ttuotou ui . PLQQS C1355 of 106 M tl .:. Un Q Slcmp--You must bo two I cog? y Slade--Do you think I 'fi bi, y fx using the ono I am L ,QA ' 1'r . -39 ' . v - . ' . lf I ' UW- Choha 11:5 YC8Sl1lI1gtOI1 flfxv . ' f-'f' 1 aa, M ' f "- , y Kfyf A ,J 'J .wr 4 If 'nk' .,F" I A gil .. 4,. A o -' .Y I Aid' ' X- , , J A ,, - . :ff -- 6 ' , ' - 'JCM 1 9' ' I . f-,X - ww-J"' ' mf 'QPSK' Q irzkyr y l A .4-. i 1 , -'uni 4' f -1 , 'IA All A4 .4 '. ,. I x -'SN ax NxJV XQNQ ' xxx' .. x ' .-.1 N ,, s. --. 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