Napavine High School - Napawinah Yearbook (Napavine, WA)

 - Class of 1938

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Moore W Wright 'Faculty Simmons Rantula hcheson X Lofgren Babcock Hull Loreen Schafer Student Council - Hanson Johnson Ueroehek Egtgp yartin N 1 H A e son L taxon Eiavmld Eucxovic Hawkins Olson bprosfek' ?n'mes Bennett Ygung X xx GGGGGGQQQQKQQQGQQ SCHOOL BOARD Mr. William vrlght Hr Clifford Gibson Mr Clyde Moore Mr Joe Carlson FACULTY Marvin W. Schafer Superintendent, Graduated from the University of Washington, C, Douglas Babcock, Principal. Graduated from the Washington State College. Teaches Commercial subjects and Music. . Rachael Rantala, Graduated from the University of Washington. Teaches English and French, Katherine Simmons, Graduated fr m the Univer- sity of Washington. Teaches Science, Hatha ematics, and Econamics. Greta Lofgren, Graduated from the University of Wash1ngton,' Teaches History, Girl's Phys- ical Education, and Typing I. - Everett Loreen, Graduated from the Washington p State College. Teaches Smith-Hughes Agriculture Eleanor Acheson, Graduated from the Washington State Colleges Teaches Smith-Hughes Home Ecu onomics. Robert Hall, Graduated from the Western Washn ington Gomlege of Education. Teaches Boyfa Physical Education. Student Council members are: Opal Dunham, Vera Olson, Sadie Bennett, Bob Martin, Joy Hanson, Lawrence Seroshek Gerry Holmes Wilma Hanson, Herchel Johnson, ielen Martin, iohn Holloway, Thelma Jewell, Helen Seroshek, Tammy Estep, Betty Moravec, Margaret Hawkins, Warren Buckovic, and Warren Young. , W ZG6G6GG6Qi"4QQ1'-GG J 1 S1 fi 5 4, f f ig! fx fi figf? im-if A ' XJ ffm f N' ,E ' '-C , X gf- 6 ,R Q ,V J H 'T' ,5 v Q f ' xt . 5 fag- rw u 0 IR 5 'J fb -PK l Q., . Q liffvfw' , ,.-.-,,., ..,. , My-::i2s!,, ,.,-mr.- , ,Q -wyn pr. Chevy ry , L, ,ag if 5-1 M- 'fc-2 Q D an ,r1 L mf c fs, . J U ES.. A SPNTOR 1 TlVITIES Darrell Attebery Class Oll1CBS 2 5 4 F.F,A offices 4, T club fPPlCGg B , Napawinah annual stafl 4, mask vball 5,4, Baseball 3, Football 2,5,4, Track 2 5,4, Plays 5, Social Club 3, Dancing 4s Sadie Bennett: Student Body offices 4, Student council 4, Girls League office 4, Napawinah paper staff 4, Napawinah annual staff 4, Basketball l,2,3,4, Glee Club 2, Operettas 2, Plays 4, G.A,A. 5,4, Dancing club 4, Social Club 5. Marie Bettcher: Basketball l,2,3,4, Glee club l,2,4, Operettas 2,4, Girls League l,2, 5,4, G.A.A. s,4, Dancing Club 4. Ral h Brown: F.F.A. Offices 5, Basketball'2,4, Football 2,4, Stock Judging 2, "N" Club 5,4, Hobby Club 3,4, Kevin Carty: F,F.A. Offices l,5,4, UNH Club offices 4, Napawinah paper staff l,2,5,4, Napa wlnah annual staff l,2,3,4, Basketball 2,5,4, Baseball 5,4, Football 2,5,4, stock Judging 1, 2,3 4, Glee Club 1, Sports Manager l, Plays 5, 4, talealcuorian 4, UNH Club 5,4, F.F.A. 1,z,s 4, Drama 5, Dancing Club 4. Warren ionstantz Class Offices 4, Basketball Ease5alI 5,Z, Football 5,4, Track 5, Glee Club 1, Social Club 5, Hobby 4, Driving 4. Milton Dunham: F.F..A. Offices, "N" Club office , asketball 3 Baseball 5,4, Football 5,4, Track 2,s,4, Hobby Club s,4, ggal Dunham: Student Body Offices 4, u ent Council 4, G.A.A. offices 55 ' Girls League 4, Napawinah paper staff 4, Napawinah annual staff 4, Basketball l, 2,5,4, Glee Club 2,4, Operettas 2,4, Salutatorian 4, Social Club 4, Hobby 5. a 4 X Harveg Guenther: Basketball 4, Baseball 5,4, eotball 4, Track 3,4, F.F.A. l,2, 5,4, NNN Club 4, Social Club 3,4, ggi Hanson: Student Body Offices 4, Class offices 4, G,A.A. office 4, Napawinah paper staff l,4, Napawinah annual staff 4, Basketball l,2,5,4, Glee Club 1,2, Operettas 2, Dancing Club 4, Social 5, Student Council 4, May Queen 4, Class Speaker 4, Emery Plaque 4. Donald Helgeson: F.F.A. Offices 4, Basket- ball 5,4, Baseball 4, Football 4, Yell King 2, Social Club 4, UN' Club 4, Robert Helgeson: Class Offices l, F.F.A. offices , as etball 5,4, Baseball 4, ' Football 4, Stock Judging 4, Yell King 25 NNN Club 4, Hobby Club 4. gpraldins Holmes: Student Body Offices 4,' Class offices 5,4, Napawinah paper staff 5, 4, Napawinah annual staff 4, Basketball 1, 4, Glee Club l,2,4, Sports Manager 2, Oper- ettas 2,4, Plays 4, Girls League, G.A.A., Dancing Club 4, Student Council 5,4, John Kulsle z Entered Napavine from Adna f'5E"'111s Junior and Senior year. Horse Shoe Club 5, Hobby Club 4, Faculty Speaker 4. Laverne Lemon: Basketball 1 2 Glee Club 2 operettaE'EE'4-H Club 4, Hobty'e1ub 5, Girls League, G.A.A. Russell Linhart: Class Offices l,2, Basket- ball l,2,5,4, Baseball 2,5, Football 5, Track 2,5, Glee Club l,2, Band l,2,5, Operettas 1, Social Club 4, Horse Shoe Club 5, WNW Club 2,5,4. Shirley Marguis: Student Body Offices 4, lass offices 4, Basketball 4, Baseball 3,4, Football 2 5,4, Track 5 4, F.F.A., UNH Club 5,4, camera Club 4, Hobby Club 5. 15 gig: Student Council 5,4, Class offices nah annual staff 4, Basketball l,2,5,4, 5,4, Glee Club l, Band 1, Dancing Club 1, Duke 4. Nelson: Student Body offices 4 Class s 4, Napawinah paper staff 4, Basketball 1 , Sportfs Manager 4, Girls League, G.A.A. Nicewo er. Class offices 4, Napawinah , oo a 1 5,4 Plays 4, F.FeA., 'NW Club 4 Dancing Club 4, Drama Club 5, Stage Manager Nicewon er: Class offices 4 Na awinah 48 P Z so Q 1 s,4, F.F.A., nNn,Club s,4, . I Il 66GGGGQ6GQ"4Qx'5fx ae Prine: Class offices 1, Basketball l,2, Glee u 1, Band 5,4, Operettas 1, Drama Club 5,4, oA,A., Girls League, era Olson: Student Body offices 4, Class offices ,2,3, Napawinah paper staff 3,4, Napawinah annual taff 2,5,4, Basketball l,4, Plays 5,4, Drama Club ,4, Student Council 4, Girls League, G.A.A. 'wrence Seroshskze Student Body offices 4, Class ffices 4, F.F.A, offices 2,5,4, Napawinah paper taff 4, Basketball 1 Baseball 5,4, Track 5,4, took Judging 4, sporE's Manager 2,5,4, Social 5, NW Club 5,4, Student Council 5,4. . T 'Thom son: Class offices 4 Basketball 4 asEiaIIT5EIfTFootba11 4, Track 5,4, Social clib ,4, F.F.A., UNH Club s,4. , N SENIOR CLASS WILL We of the Senior Class of 1958 of the Napavine High School, Napavine, Washington in the county of Lewis and of District No. 14, are about to depart hence forth into darkness of knowledge under new supervisors. We have therefore provided our last will and testament, hereby revoking all previous distributions given by us to any member of the Napavine High School. C13 To the Student Body as a whole we will the quiet and solitude we are leaving be- hind us, with.many regrets. C22 To the class of 1959 we will the honor to wear neckties and also the use of the English Room for Class meetings in hope they treat it kindly. ' C51 To the class of 1940 we bequeath our wisdom and good manners in hopes they will use them to the best of their ability. C41 To the class of 1941 we leave our ability to behave and obey orders in hopes they use it. . To Mr. Schafer we bequeath a new voice to use in the coming years. P.S. Students take heed and stay away from the office, take it from the Seniorsithey know. To Mr. Babcock we will a new pen to take the place of the old one he wore out in writ- ing excuses for us, The Senior girls in the Home Ec. III class will to Miss Acheson the hope that all girls are not so exasperating and soulntrying as we were this year. p To Miss Lofgren we will the History Class of next year minus the Hotcakes. To Bill, our beloved janitor, we leave the old furnace in the basement in hopes he'll get a new one. To Miss Rantala we give a set of Books on how to talk Swede. .zgfqaq QQQQS, 'QQQQ X I xv xy v xv xv w xv xv xv W n 1fZ4'4f:AQAIQAQAIZIQAIQA' 'S 1 x'1 x'1 W x'1 x'1 V1 V1 W V1 Y! 1 1 '1 1 1 We leave Miss Simmons a pair of culottes to use when bicycling. Darrell Attebery CDilly to youl leaves his knowledge of some of the worlds most famous readings to Bud Eiswald in hopes he doesnft sing them, - Sadie Bennett wills her ability for making trouble, and her chair in the office to Genevieve Evans. Marie Bettcher wills her curly black hair to Genevieve Lowry. Looks like you will have to dye yours, Gen, Ralph Brown wills his stature and foot- ball ability to Howard Kure. Kevin Carty wills his ability to make baskets in basketball games'to Gene Ander- son, we wonder what Gene will do with it, Warren Constant wills his pitching arm to Junior Bennett in hopes he will grow to be a big pitcher, Milton Dunham wills his love for girls to Alfred Norman. Guess you'l1 feel kinda out of place won't you Alfred? Opal Dunham wills her giggle to Jesteen Hickey, so the halls won't be so empty after this year. Harvey Guenther wills his love for box- ing to Jimmie Carroll. You will have to change your ways won't you, Jim? Joy Hanson wills her fine collection of pins to Wilma Hanson because she doesn't think she will need them next year. By the way you ought to see them all, Donald Helgeson Cone of the Hotcakesj wills his chalk and erasors that he uses in classes to Miss Lofgren. Robert Helgeson Cthe other Hotcakel wills - all the eggs he has used in the past year to Mr. Schafer to take care of them for him, I 'KQGGG ff if xv xy xr xf xv xy X I W YZ Gerry Holmes wills her Billy Moses. It seems he anyway. John Knlsley wills his June Brown. Lavern Lemon wills all office hours to is always in there blonde hair to the expressions she has picked up during her four years of High School to Mathilda Nelson, Russell Linhart wills his ability to cut class to Tine Hawkins. Bob Martin says that being as he won't be here next year, he will will Mae Young to John Holloway, Don't let it go to your head, Johns Shirley Marquis wills his car to James so he can come back to Napavine next.year. Arlen Nicewongor wills his sparking-oops we made a mistake, we mean parking space to Fred Buckovic, Clark Nicewonger wills his quietness of speech and manner to Mary Solomon. Can you use it Mary! Doris Nelson wills her friendship with Norma to Toots, so Norma will not be lone- .some next year. Vera Olson will will the little green V8 to Mr. Babcock so he will be able to say he has driven a good car once. Mae Prine gives her ability to get A's to all Freshmen, Lawrence Scroshek KTony to youb wills his Athletic management to Richard Ruth. J.T. Thompson wills his position at Maryls Corner to Warren Young in hopes he will attract as much attention as Jay did. A Signal? ' V 990-p attested f ,hgh . . t g -0 iv? eff X 1 e'j?F77P L4VZ a6Zf61J iff ffflfflfflfflfff 'sQ'uf1QUs1W5fWQ'Hf'Nf'sfN:'i:'f'!fW:Nif'f W W VI xfwf SENIOR CLASS HISTORY Beginning on September twenty seventh nineteen hundred and thirty four the Fresh men class was organized in the High School auditorium with the aid of their first advisor Mr, Norman Lundquist. After which followed a very'h9p fu1 and exciting year for the UFrontiersmenU, a title chosen by a committee at a later meeting. The first big event of the term was the selection of officers for the first semester, the people leading the group were: President ' Harry Heath Vice President Elinor Corp Secretary Lawrence Seroshek Treasurer Frank Prine Another problem was undertaken when the class,lead by a committee of fourgdecided their class color which is Blue and Gold, their class motto, UGreat oaks from little acorns grow,n and a class flower, the Red and Gold tulip. On December 25, 1954 the first Freshman Literary Program was presented and even though it was their debut into high school life, it ended very successfully. So from here we find the frontiersmen on their second semester of life in High School choosing for a second time to lead them: President Lucille Van Brimmer Vice President Vera Olson Secretary Geraldine Holmes Treasurer Russell Linhart And with this we bring the frontiersmen to the end of their first term of accomplish! ments and the beginning steps on the ladder of success. After disbanding from their first exciting term of Frontiers-life the caravan again begins anew as we gather 0306 more on September 12, 1955- - 666G"4f:6GGGQ' 'IIIIII ,w:'sfwQ's:'sfN: Beginning the year the band chose to help lead them: President Jimmie Jones ' Vice President Russell Linhart Secretary ' Darrell Attebery Treasurer Vera Olson Reporter Joy Hanson The Frontiersmen again showed great skill in a literary program which was enjoyed by all classes in November. Another activity soon followed when we strayed off the trail of studying for one evening and gave a theater party, to which each brought a guest and showed them what fine times we do have, Once more new leaders were chosen this time we have as: President Vera Olson Vice President Darrell Attebery Treasurer Lucille Van Brimmer Secretary' Frank Prine Reporter Vivian Misner As the summer neared and we realized another journey, our second, was at its end we gave our last activity of the year. This consisted of a much enjoyed trip to Offut ' Lake on May 15. And from here we leave our dear old Alma Mater and retire for a three months vacation. s After gatherin 'again on September 4, 1956, the Frontiersmen ?by mutual agreemcntl chose' Mr. John Andrew Fuller Esqsy as their leader, to help through the coming semesters of difa flculties and fun. The following people were elected to lead, . President Roberta Carroll Bob Martin Vice President Kewinpiarty Marian Pierce Secretary Vera Qlson Vera Olson Treasurer Darrell Atteberyi Darrell Attebery Council Lucille Van BrimmerGerry Holmes Lawrence Seroshek Marian Pierce II bf A very interesting bit of entertain- was given during the first semester a program showing picturesque life in gay romantic south was given by various of the class. . A feast was given in honor of the Mountain- on May sixth. ,This banquet is an annual and is really a farewell party for the seniors. So again the group adjourns, until three hence when again gathered it will mean A last lap of our journey to graduation. On September 7, 1937 the Frontiersmen gather- to thresh out their final High School difficul- and elect officers. President T. Seroshek A. Nicewonger V. President C. Nicewonger W. Constant Secretary G. Holmes J. Hanson Treasurer D. Nelsen D. Attebery Sgt. at Arms J. Thompson S. Marquis Council Rep. B. Martin B. Martin S. Bennett AJ. Hanson Advisor Mr? Loreen The Seniors showed their dramatic talent on pril 1, by presenting a three-act comedy, UThe eal Thing', under the direction of Miss Rantala. he farce was greatly enjoyed by all. On their traditional sneak the Seniors journ- yed to the Ocean Beaches and Offut Lake after m ery exciting time losing the Juniors. A tired roup of Frontiersmen reached heme from a trio hat will long be remembered. Commencement speakers for the year 1958, were evin Carty, Valedictorian and Opal Dunham, Salut- torian. Faculty speaker, John Fulsley and Class peaker, Joy Hanson. This brings to an end our final year, with houghts of knowledge, exciting times, and a seful High School career. 146414511 'Q5f'44'4 1 '1 1 1 f1 1 1 1 '1 -1 1:11 QQ ff CLASS PROPHECY It was a dandy sunshiny day in the year 1952 when I, Bob Martin, started my cruise a- round the world. The first stop was Yakima where I ran across Darroll Attebery. Darrell has had a little hard luck it seems, He told me how he had been working on the W.P.A. but the boss had fired him because he hadn't moved more than twice in one hour. I boarded a plane at Yakima for San Diego, California. It was in this town that I ran a- cross Vera Olson. She was dancing in a little nightclub called "Hog Heaven". After she had finished her performance and when we were din- ing together I asked her the name of her dance. She said, UI call it The Combination because it's a combination between the fan dance, hula hula, continental, and bubble dance.n From San Diego I went to Hollywood where I found Gerry Holmes had landed herself a good job at MGM's studios. However, she kind of laughed and told me that her salary wasnft as the job was for she is only getting 310.00 a week. It seems she's a double for Martha Raye. From there I traveled East to Denver where I found J.T, Thompson working in a Pontiac gar- age, J.T. is happily married and when I saw his wife I could readily understand why Tim in- sists that the Pontiaes have such nice pickup, Going further East I saw Kevin Carty in Chicago working in the laboratory of a large Air Conditioning Co. He is tryinguto work out a system in which people who are - ll of hot ' air will substitute it for conditioned air. He told me that he has been conducting experiments on himself for the last two years but with little success. A On my way to New York I ran across Donnie elgeson in Pittsburgh, where he is head man of all the Gyp Joints which is a large job, but onnie sayfs that he handles it all right. Arlen Nicewonger and I had a nice chat in ew York. He hasn't changed a bit in the last en years. He is a soap box orator now. He ' NI! .fxx uf X-5 talks nightly from Times Square in the heart of New York City. Also in New York I ran into John Kulsley who is owner of a large business. He sells what he calls a "Guaranteed way to kill bodbugsn. I thought I'd take a chance on one for 'l.O0. When I opened the package I found a block of wood and a wooden mallet. The directions were "Place bedhug on block and strike with mallet until dead.u Johnny had a good laugh over it. He even went so far as to give me my dollar back. Mario Bettoher has made her living playing the stock market in New York these past five years. While scouting around New York I dropped over and saw Ralph Brown who is a drama critic at William and Mary College, He is also a noted teacher of the Classics. Going back to New York I took the Luxury Liner, Queen Mary, to London. On the beat I ran across Harvey Guenther whe's orchestra had just I, opened an engagement in the shipls ballroom, Xl The name or his orchestra is 'Harvey and his Q7 I-Iarmonettes". I found out by looking at his ban that he had something there. The first person I looked up in London was Q7 Clark Nlcewonger who is the U,S. Ambassador to . Great Britain. Clark is happily married new and Xl N7 h d W his wife surely makes up for his quiet manner. y 4 Prem London I took an airplane to Paris andn I while going through the customs office I ran a- Xl cross Milton Dunham who is a custom officer, we Q7 had a nice visit and he informed me that al V7 I , OP Q7 Dunham and Lavern Lemon were running a Fashion X., Shop in Paris. ff From Paris I took the Clipper ship for Pearl ' . Her-ber, Territory of Hawaii, where, Lhea been V told I could find Russell Linhart. Russ is in Q7 the 6.8. Marines now and from the way he acted . I could see he liked the life, X, In Honolulu I found Joy Hanson who is pri- Q7 vate secretary to a large pineapple grower. Joy 9 said that she was usitting pretty.n tx, From Honolulu I took a beat to Los Angeles fl . Continued on first page of ads. Y? 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INC., OLYMPIA, WASHINGTON I ai ' 'Q Q P, L Nw xr V5 R , ,iw ? 1 , 'Www iw fx i gk fg gf' 'Q ik V 3 L3 f ' R, ia YV YV YV YV YV YY 6666666666666 24 xfx X5 D4 CLASS OF 1959 THE ELEVATOR TO SUCCESS IS NOT RUNNING3 TAKE THE STAIRS Colors-Rose Q Silver Flower-Rose Advisor--Miss AchesonMf Glass Roll Gene Anderson Melburn Beuter Vir inia Bickar Norma Hawkins Margaret Heitman g Jesteen Hickey Fred Buckovie .Herchel Johnson Leonard Krause Elizabeth Kulsley Mable Lowry Jeanne Macomber James Marquis Helen Mario Martin Richard Murry Mary Solomon Frances Woroch James Carroll Rose Corp Luella Davis Louise Davis Myrtle Dunham Genevieve Evans Doris Gorley Grace Gorley Wilma I-Ians on . 1111111111111 QGQGGGQQQ -ecvvsv 5 JUNIOR CLASS HISTORY There appeared in the Temple of Learning on September eighth in the year of nineteen, hundred thirty-seven a group of climbers, intent upon completing the third step on the ladder of education. The climbers chose a capable leader of the band in Miss Acheson, the advisor. The climbers missed several familiar faces in the group, namely, Pat Fowler, Leola Smith, Alice Robbins, and Harvey Constant. However, three new climbers joined the band, Leonard Krause, Jesteen Hickey, and Art Brock, The executive committee for the first semester consisted of some very capable lead- ers, namely: Elizabeth Kulsley, president, Doris Gorley, Vice Presidentg Mable Lowry, Secretaryg Myrtle Dunham, Treasurerg Herchel Johnson, Sergeant-at-Armsg Wilma Hanson and Herchel Johnson were chosen to represent the class in the student council. On October 22, 1937 the Juniors first social event of the year took place in the form of a skating party at a nearby city. A good time was had by all, especially the boys. The officers for the second semester were? Elizabeth Kulsley, Presidentg James Marquis, Vice President, Norma Hawkins, Secretaryg Jimmie Carroll, Treasurerg and Art Brock, Sergeant-at-Arms. The Student Council members were Herchel Johnson and Helen Martin. In the most successful dramatic event of the year the class of '59 presented a onevact play entitled Uclmnging Places" on April 15, 19:59, The class again ekyrocketed to fame in gran eenting a literary progrmn consisting ef musical numbers and a short play on April 6. Originating something different from the customary banquet given by the Juniors to the Senior class, the Juniors took the class of '58 to Mt. Rainier. A good time was enjoyed by both classes, , 444444444 QQXSXXXXXS QQQQQ W ffflffflfnf QWIQ3QQQQQQx f x"S"ff 'GGG6' ,A fm-,fbYtX,X Q1 f ,X YQ v .- , I V Q . r '5QX"' x'?3 T Nw if X K 'f K gffx ' ,U f wr fe! 13 if ,flafy "TAY Q 5 .k.f4A.,k Aj? S U IPJIJL ,IIQJE-S '29 4 WE HRVE CROSSED THE June Brown Ted Deo Bud Eiswald Tom Estep Agnes Hewitt John Holloway Thelma Jewell Howard Kure Ada Lyndh James McAu1ey Billy Moses CLASS Colors-Red Bc White Flower'-Red Advisor--Miss Lofgren Class Roll Helen Nelson Alfred Norman Vernon Page? Edward Pemorl Bernedine Reynolds Richard Ruth AndreweSe1ph Helen Soroshek FrancesoSmith Bob Sturdevant Mae Young ,X fox SOPHQMORL NEWS In September 195V, the Sea faring Sophomorea were again ready to ail tle Sea of Education. They were ioinod by several new sailors, Ada Bernadine Reynolds, be-nice P ttcber, and James McAu1ey The captain was Miss Greta Lofgren for she was chosen as class advisor for the year. officers chosen for the first semester were: Ted Dec, Presidentg Howard Kure, Vice-Presidentg Bud Eiswald, SgcretaryaTreasurerg Bernadine Reynoldsg Mae Yeung and Edward Pemerl, Social Chairmeng Helen Seroshek and Tommy Estep, Council Representatives. On November twelfth the class had a very much anticipated theatre party at the Fox Theatre in Uentralia. The main feature was Deanna Durbin in, nOne Hundred Men and a Gir1'. All the mem- bers of the class enjoyed the evening. In December the Sophomores were informed that they were to present a literary program just before Christmas vacation. The program con- sisted of several musical numbers in keeping with the Christmas spirit and an acrobatic per- formance by Bornadine Reynolds. After the program Santa Clause Art Brock, passed out bags of candy to the students. When school opened after Christmas vacation. officers for the second semester were elected, They are: Bernadine Reynolds, Presidentg Richard Ruth, Vice-Presidentg Mae Young, Secretar Ted Dec, Sergeant-ateArmsg Helen Seroshek and James McAuley5 Social Chairmeng Thelma Jewell and John Holloway Council members. On May sixth the Sophomoros enjoyed a pot- luck supper at the school house and then went to a movie. GQQQQGQQQQQQQQ W W N7 W W IIIIIII 'X'Qx'X"Qxf I f 441 SSS ZG666' J XZ 4PalQili mem 4,,4y X .. ' ff? If f AXAK Q A tk 2 , 1 1, '1 J QQ, VJ .5 .M ff 1' N - ',' 11111111111111111 .xT'QwZQxTQ!.xfxIQxfQQQQQQx ZGGGGGQQQQQQQQQGGGGC ana Banevich unior Bennett orothy Bentley Varren Buckovio able Davis ,Freeman ulia Frost ssell Hadman argaret Hawkins cis Keck nevieve Lowry GLASS OF 1941 n TODAY WE FOLLOWg TOMORROW WE DEAD -Green a White , F1ower.Whito Rose Advisor--Miss Simmons Class Roll Betty Moraveo Lorraine Moravec Mathildn Nelson Beryl Newman Gladys Oien Richard 0'Ne11 Ruth Stafford ' t Grace Wilson Wilbur! Wornuth Warren Young nOar1 Zunke FRESHMAN HISTORY At the beginning of the year there was a class roll of nineteen, which has been increased to twenty two. The first event of the year was Fresh- man initiationg though many of us dreaded it, everyone came out alive, Stunts at the initiation were: Beryl Newman and Mathilda Nelson doing a dance accompanied by Mr. Babcock on the piano, and feeding spaghetti flavored with vinegar while blindfoldedg Junior Bennett giving a two minute talk on how high is upg Betty Moravec and Warren Young rolling a niece of chalk across the floor with their noses. We had a theater party first semester preceded by a tin can dinnersp The show was called 'Prisoner of Zendan. Our literary program for the Student Body took place during the Second Semester, though it was postponed many times, It included a play given by some of the Freshman girls, flag salute lod by Warren Young, violin B010 by Gladys Oien, and a very interesting talk and moving picture on Tuberculosis by Mrs. Bennett of Chehnlis, Class leaders for tra year were as follows: Warren Buckovic and Betty Moravec, Presidentg Beryl Newman and Warren Young, Vice Presidentg Amy Freeman, Secretaryg Gladys Oien, Treasurerg Betty Moravec, Warren Youngg Margaret Hawkins, Warren Buckovic, Council members. ' We have had a very interesting year, with Miss Simmons as our advisor. AWK I wg 5, +A YH! A QQQNfx"x"QQQQX 'QQQQWJ I , P Zurmam Liercguis C. Ixineuzngsr Vcllcvyeg: ..ug:.gvsa11i L. I'1cev,m:grvr Attebery Q 1 X 4 1 1 f ga . 1 ' 0 S4 Qleverz-fiat. Pom null Coach Hall enther I-F. "e1g'PsQn "eip-'escfn Zfrcvm F. Elucmvic Cnty Zalman: Egsxnald flucknvic N. xo Q Xa Nu Xu 1 ibn-svn mouwfil V Ad X7 ' - - -71, r.-v Q gm lf-Y-rzkfff' I, L-num, Y Lmph Hu.. .,x,m.,...n -M. , Qin-Ly U. Kelgefimlx GUE'I'ltY',l?!' X0 gl X.. V X. V N7 XY' dv 5ffk':f fififfi.. X T ' 1, 1 J Q 'H 1 wx '1 . Hum 1'--ficl ...:.!E 1 wi'-2-21' Q W Ex r I' I r l I 1' 40 A x fy' YY,-Q , 5-Q31 ffgxhgtf " QZE: I A A TW" YQEU 1 b1,vNf.,ye1-5 .1-mmfrgr ' il71.,l'f. Q, .My ' 1 1 lf 'vr":?! 12116-TUV--K " NTI --4 X JI f'K li X BASKETBALL Kevin Carty: Senior, a two-year letter- man. Kevin was the outstanding offensive player in the league. His scoring was one of the big factors for our successful seasons Kevin used his 6 feet 2 inches to good advant age. Also a clever passer. Russell Linhart: Senior, a two-year letter man. Russell was the outstanding defensive forward in the league. His steadying in- fluence and leadership played a big part in keeping the team working together. Russ also scored high. Darroll Atteber : Senior a two- ear lett"'--erman. 'TT'-'-larroll was tlwefastestyaribbler and closest checking guard in the league, Darroll had speed to burn. His left-handed bullet passing was very deceptive. Jimmy Carroll: Junior, first year. Jimmy won a berth on the team despite the fact that he was the smallest forward in the county. The fact that he was one of the league's leading scorers shows that he was definitely first team material. Fred Buckovic: Junior, first year. Fred was undoubtedly the most clever passer in the league. His natural fight, clever passing and good sportsmanship won for him the nCap' Steinhoff award sweater for the most outstanding nteamn player. Herchel aonnson: Junior, a two-year lettcrman. Ferch is the most nfightenestn ' player this league has ever seen. He is rough and ready, has a good shooting eye and plays a whale of a good game. 'gfw:1qfuQ Ill! 'Nf'sfv5fwf xv xr xv xr xv xv xv xv xv xv NT! r , Jar X BASKETBALL SCORES Napavine Mossyroek Napavine Onalaska Napavine Randle Napavine Morton Napavine Mossyrock Napavine Onalaska Napavine Randle Napavine Morton The Boys won five practice games and lost twog BASEBALL The tigers returned to the diamond sport after a lapse of several seasone.e Although green and inexperienced the boys showed plenty of scrap and determination. As most of the boys will be back again next year a very successful season is anticipated? Players were: Harvey Guenther, Catcherg Warren Constant, Piteherg lui Htswald, Pitcherg James Marquis, Pitcherg Kevin Carty, 1 base: Ed Pemerl, 2nd baseg Warren Buckovie, 2nd baseg Herchel Johnson, Short Stopg John Holloway, 5rd baseg Fred Buckovic, Shirley Marquis, Leonar Krause, Tony Soroshekf Fieldersg and J. T. Thomp SOD, Mgrg L TRACK In spite of a large turnout for baseball a few of the boys worked on their favorite track events, Napavine entered in the County meet at Toledo. , p IQOTBALL PERSONALITIES John Holloway: Sophomore Plays center. Is """'a good passer, has lots of possibilities but needs practice. Qgptain Nick Nieewenger: Senior, Plays guar .P Seen and not-heard, a hard taekler and blocker, one of the county's outstanding players. Harvey Guenther: Senior, Plays guard. A rea fighter, Gunnar, played good hard foot- balls Robert Helgesen: Senior, Plays center. A scrappy Ii e center, held his own against mueh.hoavier players. Donald Helgesen: Senior, Plays guard. . Light, fast, and full of scrap. Warren Constant: Senior, Plays tackle. Did very Well for his first try at football, made up for his lack of experience by his Il U . Ral h Brown: Senior, Plays tackle. He is a g ant tackler who improved in every game. Ralph really loved football. Arlen Nicewon er: Senior, Plays tackle. Big and fas , unusually hard taekler and blocker, he was handicapped by early season injuries. Micky Buckovie: Freshman, Guard or tackle. One o the Hardest hitting tacklers on the squad. He'll be one of the county's best players. Tig Thompson: Senior Plays guard and tackle. yweight tackle. Tim played regular because he outfought any competition for his position. Shirley Mar uis: Senior Tackle and Fulln bacc. iirley was hard to'move in the line. An unusually good blocker. In the backfield he could really pack the ball. X' worflng player. Improved in every game. Tedd Dee Sophomore, Plays end. Tedfa fire year. Should be a regular next year. Darrell Atteberg Senior, outstandlng defensive en e league ' Handicapped by early season injuries. Bud Eiswald: Sophomore, plays quarterback Outstanding ground gainer and punter in the league. Try and stop him Fred Buekovic' Junior, plays halfback. Fred made up for his lack of weight by his fighting spirit. Without a doubt one of the most valuable players on the teams Fred can really block and tackle. Kevin Cart x Senior, plays halfback. A good Eaekler and blocker, plays football be- cause he really likes it. Herehel Johnson: Junior, plays fullback. Without a doubt an'na1l starn fullback. He 1 the hardest hitting tackler in this end of the county. He backed up the line the way it should be. Milt Dunham Senior, Plays end A hard ll .ll s FOGTBALL GAM S The Tigers completed the first fairly suc- cessful season in several years. The most out- standing victory was a 6-O upset of the highly- touted championship Woodland Beavers. The most thrilling game of the year was a nip-and- tuck affair with Pe Ell. Outplaying and out- gaining their heavier opponents throughout the game thc livht Tiger eleven fought tooth and nail till the last minutes. Other highlights of the season were a 12-6 lastwquarter victory over the State School, a O-O deadlock with Toledo and a 52-6 victory over the same school in 6- man football. Gir1s Athletic AQ ociatign . 5'- " X w, ' .44 ' Q N' " " "W" ' ..... - a '.,,.--'P . . . ' Q fix A V, ., A 1 Ni .K ,Qs . . fm fi 2 , ,f Q. :rg ' Q' 3' fQN5 'X t . . f uf , JA - Q- X f A - , gxfm.. , W t , .c -, , : . -, , WW... -, 1.53 5" fl ' " . .MM ..,. M .A.. . V4 Q, ,M W,, --guns-in Y' i ' x. ' V V A,-,,,a, X Y in . ,X , .,-Q3 , . . 1 A g ' is f L ' ' .Q . 'k:':'+ x, 4-9' 'ta g'1 W? m .E vw1fwqs Wm , N 1 t 5' l ,.:,iff!' Q V M:.Q'K?-135' K - , , . 1 , f+w::H: ' TA , xgenrf, 13359 M , Q , 1,1-iswfy ff,-f f .muse . I ww f 'V- Girls IR sketbxll 'Team Q, Bennett A. Dunham V 9 naar, G. Pvpvs, J. rwnsov, O. Dunham, F. Worock r re 03 , V U ' vm. ds . .ansOn, 5, 6GG6G"'4QG6GQ4' 5666 f GIRLS SPORT NEWS The officers of the G.A.A. the past year have been: Presidentggggggggpggggpgaioy Hanson Vice-President....-.....Wi1ma Hanson Secretary-Treasurer..,,.Genevievo Evans The main events sponsored by the group besides the various athletics were hikes, skating parties in the eli gym, weincr roasts, and Het Dog sales at noon. The following girls earned letters by making 500 points or more in athletic activities. Sadie Bennett Virginia Bickar Joy Hanson Bernadine Reynolds Wilma Hanson Frances Woroch Opal Inudmnn Genevieve Evans Myrtle Dunham ' Possibilities Mae Young O Jeanne Macomber Sports which were participated in this year, SOCCER lst team - Sadie Bennett Marie Bettcher Virginia Bickar Myrtle Dunhmm . Opal Dunham Genevieve Evans Wilma Hanson Joy Hanson Bernadine Reynolds Jeanne Macombcr Frances Woroch Subs: Thelma Jewell Mary Solomon The first team were the Champien in Soccer. ' BASKETBALL lst team' Joy Hanson, Caplt Wilma Hansen Opal Dunham Sadie Bennett ,Frances Woroch Virginia Bickar ' The girls played a very hard game of basket ball this year, although they only won one game they have hope of doing better next year. VOLLEY BALL I lst team Joy Hanson Virginia Bickar Opal Dunham Bernadine Reynolds '4QQQ6GGG I W W W X7 W N7 X7 W W X7 Sadie Bennett Myrtle Dunham Subs: Frances Woroch Wilma Hanson There was a team from each class competing ' and the Juniors were the champs. TRACK ' Track is a test for skill, accuracy, and distance in throwing events, speed in run- ing, and distance in jumping, HIKES Hiking is a sport which we all enjoy. Hikes are not less than 5 miles long. The number allowed for points in the year are 5 which makes a total of 50 points, U ' BASEBALL Baseball is another sport in which we like to indulge, either in doors or out, lst team Sadie Bennett Joy Hanson , Wilma Hanson Virginia Bickar Frances Woroch Mary Solomon Opal Dunham Subs: - Myrtle Dunham Ada Lynch Bernadine Reynolds , Mae Young A House Party was enjoyed by the G.A.A. May 27-50 at Offut Lake. Swimming, boating, and initiations were enjoyed, The G.A.A. wishes to thank Miss Lofgren, coach and advisor, for her fine co-operation during the past year, ff' YIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII .QQSZQQQQQQQQYYQQQQQQ INN ,fm M, 4.,J' X M vnJV4Q:,,Q'.,'- N X yr, l K, 51, rg? ll Il Hill-S A nmgwzx Xb 1 i ,A . , , wi, if ,u 39151, M Nr' 9 Nh xy! X X X , Pr X s , I. m.,......,...g.,.,.w.,. f KA-.Q , K 1 ,. X1 'X f V " xr ,I V Hg! A , -n 1 1 . f L Lg FU? Hi! W W W W W HT1 W W aff FV N fy W wif 'lvl' :Riff I X I ,f xx ' X I ! X Fx I ,X nw-L ,r,r',f,f'1',fZ4',fZ1'4fTd' sis, 'sfsJWufwf'Q'ufwf xy xr xv xv xv xv xv xv xv December 10, 1957 ' SATURDAY EVENING GHOSTnALL SCHOOL PLAY Mr. Otis------------- Mrs. Otis- --------- -- Virginia Otis -------- Sonny Boy Otis ------- Pet Otis ------------ - Mrs. Umncy---- ---- --- Mr, Cantorburyw------ Lord Archie Archibald Tho Ghostil- ---- ----- ---Richard Ruth ---Norma Hawkins ---Vera Olson ---Jim ic Carroll ---Helen Marie Martin ---Margaret Hawkins ---Fred Buckovio ---Art'Brock ---Fred Buckovio February 4, 1958 CHONITA chon1tQ--------.------- Stephan ---- ------------ OPERETTA -Helen Marie Martin -Bud Eiswald Murdo------..--.--------Art Brock Daya-------- -------- -----Margaret Hawkins Baron Stcnoscu---------John Holloway Baroness Stencscu------Thelma Jewell Konraa----------- ----- --Richard Ruth Marie- ------- --H--------Jostoon Hickey GypSi6Snnuuuunnuun--his -High School Chorus X4 March 18, 1958 THE ACTORS HAVE COME Wilfred ott------- ------ --- Jessie ott-------- --------- - Gordon Garriek------ -- Maude Wins1ow--------------- Adoree Ar1aine------------- George Smith---- ----- - Bassett Crump- ----- -- Minnie Myers ------------ ---- Mr. Shan1ey------ ----- - ---- - April 1, 1958 THE REAL THING John Litt1efie1d--------- Georgina Litt1efie1d-------- Joan Stevens---------------- Sam Johnson------ ---- - Lena Johnson----- ----- til 1111111 -vs-ldlihllll FACULTY PLAY -Marvin Schafer -Dorothy Gay -Iva Lee Hall -Douglas Babcock -Eleanor Aeheson --Joan McDonald -Robert Hall -------Everett'Lorocn -Betty Ebert -Vie Iverson SENIOR PLAY aKovin Carty -Sadie Bennett -Vera Olson -Arlen Nicewongor -Gerry Holmes f' April 22, 1958 CHANGING PLACES JUNIOR PLAY Mr, Travers-----------------Jimmie Carroll Mrs. Travers-----------------Mary Solomon Marvi the maidw--------------Luella Davis MI' 9 Onnnniuuuqnnnn uunn un -Fred Buckovic Xl xy N xl O V xr YV yy X XID-N . ' .13w3r!,ff'Yf553' ,,....,wj.,Rjk NV Alx'3..+"'i N. 75. V M 4 A xtxrm vifffki 1 fl . N R53 f Q ,,,J fi if R15 '4i"gg,V f 1Ajf.W ,i X B S .,,, . X Ai if ,zwvig Ff,.,,.ar p 2? gg A L .,,L ,ff , . " P Q' X Yi: wx Al AJ XX 1 X f gr gtbff Seroshak values Young Eisuald Stnffird Ereexnn ULLSCU Hawkins Certy ?fnnett Llsun vicemcn nnnuw? JSLFf 3 Hartiu Xelscn PQI' 3 R. Helgvsmn martin Rmnso Holmes EEmvHYu Oien Bennett Cavty Olsen Attebery Carroll 'YW Club Wiawuhd Carrull Y. Puckcvic H. Falgeson , Seroshek Dec ?. Wucxuvic Vruck Cuwnxner Martin D. M9129 LQ 5 Carry Johnscn Uttdlery Tomstmpt Thwpgson 1. Yi ewonger Ye suis lll g. , FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA The F.F.A. is a national organization of boys enrolled in high sahool and taking an ed course in SmithpHughes Vocational Agricul A few of the objects arezp 1. To develop competent, aggressive, rural and agricultural leadership. 2. To strengthen the confidence of farm boys and young men in themselves and their work. 3. To encourage members to improve the farm home and its surroundings. 4. To develop character, train for useful citizenship, and fos- ter patriotism. 5. To participate in cooperative effort. 6. To encourage improvement in scholar- ship. Membership Roll C, Adams H. Guenther R. 0'Ne11 D. Attebery D. Helgeson V. Pagel J, Bennett R. Helgeson E. Pemerl H. Bickar H. Johnson R. Ruth A. Brock L. Krause A. Solph R. Brown H. Euro L. neroshek W. Buekovie S. Marquis J.T. Thompson J. Carroll H. May W. Wornath K. Carty- J. Mchuley W. Young T. Dee B. Moses u C, Zunke ' - My Uifmam RQ EQ oLOI'6Qn-, n T..Eetep- A. Norman Advisor ,Xxx E If Nh fx X lf 1 X XC RX, , xx xif X N54 fx QQM, iux, Ju 'Cu,bTMJG: W W W 1 Ci T' :sy x , . , I A rl xy, ,xp hx. , 'rid pg, Ugg, -1111 JCI x,.,Ui1Gn x 1 x'1 x"1 1 - x'1 , x'1 W W x'1 xv xy x1 x'1 1 X X, U' W Q , X. i x11 , M' KN, 1 Nursery, 4111 - "Ulla f-1 gk f MVN? W '1 '1 .ff A" xy x 1 x'l xy x 1 '1 I I 1 x'l x'1 x"1 x7 xv x'1 x'1 x"1 1 - J X x K ,X, ff . ., U . . 'E N, 1.-' Km gg ii 1-'ws rel.. 3, all R 1 l r V v 1' Senlm' Advtsmr, ,V sf 2 K. 'ff I1 ww Wie: 'X GN: . 1.-MAX E5 Q Seniors . C5 , ww X Q ff 2: X x nff1 1 X", ,, ,. ,,,., X7 Tilt xy Aims 'Ve tw r 2 Nf g ,,,1 'f K e t e r J y . . . 5 x ' we 5' x , 'S Net Let N KP ii V -. Y SJ J5 ,V ---T-f'-235 J- H J . 3: X ',., . F 5 : ,P g Ai X I X7 X7 X., 1 .57 Nfl W XO, ai. W , X7 X7 W X7 YI X7 E Z aff? ' f tm 6 K t Y w ,N Q ,g if 4-5, .q ' W ,i': 1,55 f x-TN Hwy- xv W2 .. ,. ,if "" ' .mrry nlcrzd ie ' A.'I'r1 K Foo w , ,N , 'fr'-1 13 Summi t a . . riamrle I Q dl Lk 9 Q leg- inte Furd ' Q 9 9 ' t . . ,,. . .. - xg '. .Alma use Lizw' f,!'ilfY'3 Vinson Gels Grade Ffz:,.1 'rz'1:- 2 'fiexia Wir- r 5 'I' 1' M, . ... u 1. ...... KN -A 'D UQ A where I took a train to Dallas, Texas and looked up uChief Marqulsn who is getting in shape to do the hundred yard dash for the U.S. in the 1958 Olympic Games. From Dallas I went to New Orleans where I found out that Tony Seroshek runs a gambling joint near the water front. Tony is married and has two of the meanest little brats I ever sawn Also in New Orleans I sew Mae Prine who is the owner of a yacht which she operates up and down the Mississippi. From there I went to Talla Hesse, Florida where I found Doris Nelson running a large sum- mer resort. While I was there Dolly get a letter from Robbie Htlgeson who is the Supt. and Coach at Seruneh High School Cfounded 19423. Warren Constant is also down in this city. Constant isn't married yet although he told me was still in the market for a life. He Owns a nwimpyn shop and is doing very well. Having been almost every place in the UQS, I decided to top it off by going to Alaska. Ag Cordova I found that Hrs. LeRoy Westguard fSad 'e Bennett is making a profitable living Selling dry to the Eskimos. She told me that they used t to build houses with so that when the warm her comes and the ice starts to melt it won't them wet. From Alaska I came back to Chehalis to the folks heme whore I found Mr. Loreen and Mrgl having their afternoon coffee. We dis- old times together. Having met all my old school chnms I decid- to start my career, telling fortunesg LI hope ome day I may visit all my school ohums again. WARNE'S DRUG STORE CHEHALIS SHOE HOSPITAL ugs, School Supplies First Class Work Gifts, R Cigaraf Reasonable Prices REFRESH YOURSELF We Clean and Dye inlock Phone 91 7 All Color Shoes 80 9 11113414411 SXSXSS 711111111 gQx"QQSfQ'Qi'QQ"x ENT STUDIO MATTIE C, POST, PROPRIETOR PORTRAITS PHONE 238 BURNETT BLDG. CHEHALIS ' r rd Y AHYA- ' ,. ,,,,,,, ,r V Sion? sfroms 3. ' Q 1 for all occasions view A ' sfo? 2 T. Carlson dc Hughes OO f T1-IE Foom FASHION E g Chehalis r . M10 ' eva market Phone 6 ggjingfm' 'O - 1' - ' mf' - A Roms .CAFE A I B6 Satisfied N DINE AT "ROD'S" 5 Maryfg Corner 1 WCAPW STEINHOFF Gilmore Distributor Lewis k Pacific County Napavine 11--PHONES--Centralia 5273 vine Garage Hoteake Helgeson, Attendant S THE DAILY BREAD SHOP TRY OUR DELIGIOUB Bread Pastries Cakes 14 Market Street Chehalis onfeotions Ice Cream LEWIS COUNTY ADVOCATE Cold Drinks Tobacco Chehalia BeevNuggett AUSMAN BROS. apavine Washington Weekly Napavine News 'hone 418 Chehali e e p YOUR BUIUDING PROBLEMS PALMER LUMBER E MANUFAC1URING C0 The Most Complete Line of Building Materials ln Lewls County 1 1 , '1 U, I I 1 5 1 . . ' Tl . 1 , L 1 , If .. to ' W ,V.,e C : C- . , ,e-N or 1 '1 ul - - I' C 1 l- z'4fCl'l'4f' wffsf-QfxQ'uf f "X"Q 1 ff 1'4fJr2z'1'4YZA'A' 'QQQQQXT 54 Xl. LEWIS PACIFIC DAIRYMAN'S ASS'N. CHEHALIS, WASHINGTON 7 T in , , ,. EE ,, Gas and Oils MOORE'S ROYYS MARKET M GROCERY The Rome Roy Reynolds i of s Hart-Schaffner 8 Marx MARYYS CORNER 5 Clothes Groceries Meats i Better quality for DR. W.F. LOUGHNAN ' Ccmplete Optical Service Columbue Block Ohehalis OO TEREWRIEERS O A ST JOHNOMOTORO A Q Sold-Rented-Repaired F FORD R LINCOLN ZERHIR SCHOOL EQUIPMENT , P AND SUPPLIES 1 Authorized Sales and Service GABLE M GABLE N Chehalis. Washington Chehalis O Wggpgggtog? O k M PROFFITT-S DEPARTMENTR WTHEY PROFIT MOST WHO TRADE AT PROFFITTVSU Chehalis Centralia Longview - - , W - -' 7 - W' get-nn: MARRIS DRUG STORE Chehalis Phone 55 THE REXALL STORE PREscn1PT1oNs 4.1Qg,.. CIUSHALIS CITY LAUNDRY DRY CLEANING Telephone 48p A fWdQg1Q.s abpllapavine Tue COMPLIMENTS OF BEARS ROEBUCK AND COMPANY xg xy ,1 V cfm:-IALIS, WASH. V xy y v xg xy xg V 5 N. V Numyfs comma TAVERN I mnemzarvs GIFT snor V if Dine and Dance CHEI-IALIS Q4 X45 Your Favorite Beverage N N wAsH1NeToN W . N ns'-aw H- an af' n 4 ., X Q Colson Bicycles xp, X' Prop. Pete Tr-uett Maytag Washers ff 5, - N Parts 84: Service .1 V N955 Chehalis Ave-Ph.415 N7 Q., If itis drugs youneed, we have N Q-I X", Best prescription drug store X? W CBIEHALIS PHARMACY V xv V YL -V GGG66"4QGGGGQG' 1666 41 3.0. PENNEY CG PANY The Home of Values Chehalis Compliments of BARTEL'S MEN'S STORE Chehalis wasn GESLERAMGNIVEN FURNITURE CO. Good Furniture at Low Prices Centralia Wash KOREIS SHELL STATION 3 Gas Oil Accessories We Buy A Sell Livestock Goodyear Tires and Tubes MORTON'S MARKET FRESH E CURED MEAT ' 'shellubrication is Good Lubrication' NAPAVINE Diagonally from Phone 6--.Night 37wF12 1 Junior High School T Chehalia 4---u-an-par-' ' ,--'---f1v-- f W- ' ' ' ' ' ' " ' THE FIDWER SHOP DIGGER BOONE'S GARAGE nLet Life Be Lovelyn DeSoto-Plymouth 'say It With Flowers" T Sales 8: Ser-vice Across from the Phone 888 Chehalia sm. HELENS HOTEL 8- , A 8 8 commune ,W 8 PENNY'WISE STORE BETTY'S 5-:Lo-25,1 to S1.00 Soft Ice cream Wwhere the thrifty Itfs Different buy and save' n Khrmelkbrn Winlock Wash.T782 Market Chehalis . Iffffffflfllflll 4G6Qx we 'xwqx we .I J J .1 f xf ENTERPRISE ELECTRIC C04 FECHTNER THE f ARTHUR E. COOK JEWELER Automotive Electricians Diamonds Watches Radio Sales a Service Jewelry vmagnoto Sales R Service cnenglgs Nw . Clzomxlii chemlia Avo.-c11e1m1s.a Your Purchase In This ' Brunswig's Homen0wned Store N SELF-SERVICE Helps-UswTo,Help You V SHOE CO. Build Our Community f 829 Market St JOHN WEST GROCERY F Chehalis Wasiington , fAY W V , LY f N A in Cempliments of SCHWARTZ MEN'S WEAR Chehalis Washington V, 1 H-cl mv o- mI'l" ' Automatic Phonograph Co. Chevrolet 1056 Chehalis Avenue ' Sales a Service Chehnlis, Washington Repairs, Gas, 011, Etc. 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