Napavine High School - Napawinah Yearbook (Napavine, WA)

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ARNOLD R CARLSON Arnold R Carlson attended Glendale Jumor College of Ca11f0l'1'11a after h1s graduatlon from Napavme hlgh school He was an outstandxng trackman and a member of the lettermans assoclatxon there also a member of Charros fratermty In January 1942 he Jomed the Army Arr force and rece1ved baslc trauung at Hxghey Fxeld Chandler Arxzona Thunderblrd Fxeld Glendale Arlzona and Gardner F1eld Taft C811f0l'I11a He recelved advanced trammg at Stockton F1eld Stockton Cahforma where he graduated and recelved h1s wmgs July 26 1942 He had f1nal trammg 1n bombers at Alamagordo New Mex1co Army Axr Base Topeka Kansas and Lacklourne A1r Base Columbus Ohlo In November 1942 he left for England H1s squadron was the flrst Amerxcan Group to go 1nto Germany proper On hxs flrst fllght February 16 1943 hxs bomber was shot down over enemy terrxtory and most of the crew were kllled Lt Kyllns the navlgator adv1sed the famlly later that Arnold as co pxlot kept the plane ln the a1r untxl flre broke out and they had to ball out When they loose Lt Kylms escaped enemy terrxtory Arnold went down w1th the plane The A1r Medal and the Purple Heart were recelved by h1s farmly He IS burred ln St James Amerxcan Cemetery 1n France VICTOR H MCGEE Victor H McGee was lnducted mto the army March 15 1943 He recelved hls basxc tramlng at Camp White Medford Oregon w1th the 70th Quartermasters Company Later he transferred to Camp Ada1r Corvallls Oregon Durlng the summer months he was on maneuvers around Bend and Eugene He was trans ferred to the mfantry March 1 1944 at Fort Ord Callforma He arr1ved 1n New Caledonla the last of May or June fu'st to Jom the casualty company He was moved later to a nearby camp to serve w1th the motor pool On October 2 he was placed ln the mfantry and stat1oned near the Phllxppmes On December 20 Whlle servmg on Leyte he was h1t by a bullet m the left leg below the h1p The hospxtal shlo on whxch he was placed December 24 reached Manus January 4 and arr1ved at Guadalcanal January 11 Here the bullet was re moved January 19 a month after the mjury On February 17 he sh1pped out agaln and arr1ved at Leyte March 4 He fought on Ie Sh1ma and later on Ok1nawa He was servlng as a battle re placement 1n the 77th D1v1s1on Statue of Llberty surv1vors of Guam when he was killed did, this Lt, Kylins' chute caught on the plane and Arnold stopped to shove him M ffa ffm 420 NAPAWINAH BOOSTERS Chehalls Garage 8a Tlre Co 960 Market St Phone 340 Chchalxs Bud Danlelsons Store Rt 3 Box 121 Chehalls Washington W J QBIID Graham Implement Co Phone 522 Chchalls Washmgton Twm Cnty Lommumty Sale Phone 934 Cgntralxa A l Hamilton Black Angus Gester McNlven Lo Centralxa Washxngton Matz Jewelry Store Wmlock Wlshmgton Wmlock Trading Post Phone 116 Wxnlogk bnuth Clgar Store Chehahs W ashm ton Sturdy s Gift Shop 882 Markmt bl Lhghalns Washmblon Gable 8a Gable Lhchahs W'1shmg,ton Safeway Chchalls Washlngton lhehalls Pharmacy Chehalls XvVlShlllgt0ll Nuns lhpartment Store Lhchalns W xshmgton leople s btore Chehalxs Washmgton N :mont s Chehalls Washington Securxtv State Bank Ostrands Auto Parts Phone .35-1 Lhchxlls Washm ton Rectors Chehalxs Washmgton Lentralla Kmttmg Nhlls 'lom Wllhams H H Taylor Rnal Estate 81 lnsurmge 108 Mann Phone 2:14 Centralla Robinsons Mens bhop 319 North Tower Avtnue Phone 2 Centralla Andersons hlCCtl'lC Lompanv 1 hong 1:16 CllChdllS Washlngtorl Lhehalls Brick 8a Tile Company Forget Me Not Products Phong 480 Chthalxs Washm ton Lhnstensens Corner Phone 152 Qhlhdllb Nladsens Corner Store Chehahs WdSh1Ilgt0l'1 Hortons Meat Market Napaxmg Washmgton Nhk s Texaeo bervnce Wxnloek W xshmbton llague Motor Co Phone 80 Vtmlogk Washm on Wmlock Vanetv Store Wlnlock W zshmgton Broseys Hardware Wmlock Vkaslnngton Roxy Theater Wxnlock Washznbton wllll0Lk Pharmacy Phone 91 Wmloul-. bds Garage Rt 3 Phone 28140 Lhehalls Music btore 44 LlltCl'pl'lbC lalectrlc Lo 986 Chkhdllb Ave Chohalxs Washmblon Lhehahs lzlectro Platmg 978 Paclfnc Ave Chehahs Loburns Washer Lewis County Hardware Qsame as 44 J Peggys Chmhalls Washlngton tharlets lfurnlture Lo Centralxa Washmgwn lentralla Dairy Company Coleman Jones Equipment Wllrlch Lumber Company Chehalzs Washxngton Brown Radio Appliances Centralna Washmgton Thrlft Way Market Centralm Washmgton Ahern Crednt Jewelers Centralxa Washmgton Ideal Bakery Centralla Washmgton C E Dahlqunst, Grapluc Arts Press Longvxew Washmgton . 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IN ootball 1944 rthwmt lubh school football took on .11 I I 1 flavor bapum r Ontobu 1944 ls snlmols of ilu Norlhun md buulm Ill Ci1XlNlUIlb began puuglum, or Igadubhlps 111 :wh mplmm L of us S x 0 L pmmu ours dur pldcmc, thur mam I'Cl1ll'll.L on .1 sll m Illlllllll IL took to mr. 1 m mmu 1 turm s 1 mg, 1ULlLhLiOVVIlb duxmc HL lrbt h Q ilu 1' imolball s abou Unddp xud Lebam and 1N,1p1xmL wug umtmu 1115 lnolum, llu ld tum nd tlulr Lhllllplll 1811113 Banu bhould thy I'1,C,L1b tumbln thu L11 uupxunslup llurcls would bu to Lybam' Ollnr bchouls too k LVV 11111 thg Qommg, Dunn wx as to bm Il I ll mL UUlSld1Li1I1b ,gamg of thc. ldbt bl day of thi, SL 15011 ond ut 1LilLlIltLli tl T1,Qr5 mon wx 1 mm 87 Rodusnr UQ Zin O.akv111L Q3-1 OJ and W 5 1 5 Q41 U1 dLiL.1u11z,1hLn1.1l1 Plgnty of Koulubtu Q22 1-Ll wsu trxumplmntly ddudtad by thu TIIDLFS H1111 thc bI'1Cl1I'UIl mason bghmd thcm thy '11 yrs prppucd for tha f1.1r5omL Jol of lrymg, to atop Lcbamb mdblL81 and mlbhty slx Ndpdvmc wlll dgfgat Lcbim 111 thy LhllHp1OI1Sll1p duh Wu thu opxmun pf mmy md usa X1I'Sl lor Lcbam bo on Noumoyr lb Lim L1m1np1un5h1p ,,U1mL was 1J1ljLd on C,Lntr.1l1L1s inld Touchdowns warg downed and sgoud until fmdlly 1 sputaullxr touchdown wah maclg mxkmg, the boon 20 19 Wlth Nfxpdwmg lgddmt, Wmmng that gaml. Lnutlgd the boys to thu bouthwubt Wabhmf.,ton grxd mln ilu unbuxtgn lxgus had swupt ww 51r'11g,ht football gmus from vary stron f opponents to Cldllil thu lgddmg champxonblup 111 sm man football Lmcupf, wgrg Dxuk Buckowc left and Duam Hardy cLntLr Dmk Cabe r1g,ht bmi Don Mouxvu hwlf back D011H3Y1bLI1 fullback Luo Lune quarter back Basketball Napavme started the season Wlth flymg colors and h1gh hopes of wmnmg another champxonshlp but after wmnmg the f1rst few games the Tlgers slumpgd off and gradually coasted down h111 to a t1e for th1rd place The team was m there hghtmg to the end but could not qulte overcome the expenence and hexghth of the1r opponents The Txgers were able to beat Toledo tW1CE Cistle Rock Morton Onalaska and Randle once but were unable to wm over Va1lLy btcvcnson Mossyrock Wm lock or Chchahs Lmc ups wen Loo Luce forward B111 Carlson forward Don Hansen center Don Moravgc guard and Roy Scrobhek guard Don Moravec was hlgh scoru' of ilu scabon These players W111 all be back mxt year W1th more cxpermnce and zlp than ever Baseball Play ball' was the T1gcrs cry as Napawm s b.1sLba11 season was opened about the mlddle of Aprxl After losmg the flrst two galnefi the Tlgers played a very close game wlth Onalaska and won by one po1nt L3 49 The f1rst and last games were lost to Toledo wxth scorce 111 51 and 46 57 Wlth a veteran squad the team had been expected to do very well, but were beaten badly IWICC by the Wmlock Cardmals 123 33 and L16 07 Wnth W S T S the flrst game was won by the Txgers K6 103, and the second loQt 46 49 Lmc ups were Don Moravcc, p1tchcr and shortstop, Don Hansen, flrst baw, Albert Mcswl, p1tcher, Roy Scroshek, thlrd base, Loo Luce, second base, B111 Carbon, outf1eld, Herbert Ulrxch, outf1eld, James Guenther, outfxeld, Duane Hardy, catchcx, and Dxck Cabe, ut1l1ty man N0 'X' 'ff ' ' 'I in 1-rsvc imma 1 ' ' - - lw - - 1- IYLQAS- L- I, .- 1 ' "k.- ' - V-12 - .1 f -L ' I . 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U f , ,- X. , I SEPT OCT NOV DEC JAN SCHOOL CALENDAR 4 N H S started on another year Sept 10 Student body went bean pxckmg Sept 14 Freshman xrutlatlon Sept 28 Football game 52-20 wm by Napavme over Rochester 1 Hot lunches began Oct 5 Football game wlth Temno T1gers won by a score of 15 0 Oct 6 S W Washlngtons G1rls and Advlsors Confer ence m Chehalxs Oct 12 Gxrls League Dance Oct 19 Football game wlth Adna Napav1ne came out on top wxth a 25 13 v1ctory Oct 26 Football game between Oakvxlle and Napav1ne Txgers won Oct 27 Mem bers of G1rls League went to Seattle for Navy Day 2 Football game between Txgers and Rochester Napavme won 38-33 Nov 9 Football game wxth Tenmo Score 24 6 for Tenmo Nov 17 Football game between the wmner of the Southern d1v1s1on QLebamJ and the wmner of the Northern d1v1s1on CNapavmeD The Tlgers lost 14-28 Nov 21 Turkey Raffle Nov 27 Boys Banquet Nov 29 Flrst practxce basketball game of the season Napav1ne won over Adna 23 17 Thanks gxvmg vacatlon 4 G1rls League Bazaar Dec 12 Basketball game at Chehalxs Napavme won over Pe E11 9 7 Dec 18 Frrst basketball game Napav1ne vs Toledo 35 33 for Toledo Dec 20 Chrlstmas Program F1rst appearance of band Dee 21 Napavme Wmlock game Txgers won 36 24 Dec 22 Chrlstmas vacatxon 2 Vaeat1on ends Ryderwood team traveled here to lose a game 59 26 Onalaska at Napav1ne Tlgers won 44 28 Jan 11 Napav1ne Toutle Lake game Txgcrs at the top of a 35 29 score Jan 15 Napavme Jourmed to Morton to wm the game 47 44 Jan 18 Mossyrock at Napavme Txgers won a 51 35 v1ctory Jan 25 Napav1ne at Toledo A w1n of 43 36 for the Tlgers Jan 29 Wxnlock at Napav1ne Txgers won by a score of 30 29 FEB 1 Napavme Ryderwood game Tlgers won 35 32 Feb 5 Randle at Napa MAR vme Tlgers defeat Panthers w1th a score of 41 15 Feb 8 Onalaska won over the Tlgers 52 30 Feb 12 Toutle Lake at Napavme Score 44-41 for the Ducks Feb 15 Morton at Napav1ne Napav1ne won 44 43 Feb 19 Napav1ne at Mossyrock Txgers were defeated 37 36 Feb 21 Alumm played T1gers and lost Feb ZZ Vacatlon for Washmgtons Bxrthday Feb 27 Napavme went to play 1n the conference at Lentralxa and defeated Mocllps 36 25 Feb 28 Tlgers went back to play at Centralxa They were beaten by Naselle 34-46 1 5 Freshman Dance APRIL 5 Napav1ne at Wlnlock for the flrst baseball game Aprll 9 Mothers MAY and Daughters Banquet Apr1l 11 12 Spr1ng vacatxon Aprll 12 Toledo at Napav1ne Aprxl 16 Skatmg party for the student body Aprxl 19 Semor Play Apr1l 26 Wxnlock at Napav1ne 3 Napavme at Toledo May 18 Fmal examxnatlons May 26 Bacca laureate May 28 Graduatlon fsemors happy? May 29 Last day of school CEveryone happyj ' ..-1. . . . . - . . . l 1 . . , . . , . - 1' . . 3 ' . . O . , . , . , 'l . . , . . ' I . I . , I . . ,I . - . . , . . . , ' - , 1 . , - I I 1 y. T I I I I - . , . K , . . , I, . . , I . . - . . , . II " . . , I I . . . m'T' 1 ' ". , ' . 'l . . , Jan. 4, Napavine team went to Randle to win the game 39-36. Jan. 8, Q "" . . , ' ' . ' . . , - . . , . 1- . . , . '- . - I .' . u T . . , ' X 3 T . . , ' I I . , . . , . T . . , . . . , . . , . , I I ""' . . , . . . ' . - ' ' . ' . '. . ' . ' ' . , , . I- . I I I I I . . . I I I - a - 1 CQ Roy Seroshek Leo Luce Duane Hardy Dick Buckovic Donald Hansen and Coach Stanley Evatt Robert Krause manager Kirby Walker Dick Cabe Jimmy Matthiesen and Herbert Uulrich Pete Markarian Bill Carlson Bobby Morton Arden Kohse Jarrell Williams Robert Norqulst and James Guenther Bill Salsbury Joe Cassidy Roger Johnson Willard Guenther Kenneth Walker Louis Schramm and Arthur Haney BASEBALL Play ball came the familiar cry of umpire Russ Morton on April 5 With the exception of one player the Napavine team was composed of veterans The dangers encountered in baseball turnouts are nothing compared to football but varying incidents did not stop the team from batting and fielding practice An amusing feature of baseball practice was a bright star who brought some golf clubs and balls To top that the team played golf for several days to limber up their muscles Baseball ability ran exactly true to form for several promising freshmen ap peared to be very good during practice sessions New uniforms were promised by the coach but due to shortage of materials they did not arrive in time to be used this year One of our mightiest ace s Dick Buckovic, hurled fast balls fairly well on the pitching mound He provided us with a capable pitcher which Napavine didn t have last year Two weeks before the season began everyone worked busily on the field dust was flymg everywhere but after a lot of work the field appeared more presentable Players and positions for the year s squad were Bob Norquist Infielder Don Moravec Second base Don Hansen First base Dick Buckovic Pitcher Duane Hardy Catcher Dick Cabe Outfield Herbert Ulrich Outfield' Bill Carlson Infield' Kirby Walker Outfield' Roy Seroshek Third base' Jim Matthiesen Outfield' Leo Luce Short stop' James Guenther Outfield' Willard Guenther Outfield' Arden Kohse Outfield' Jarrell Williams Outfield' Bill Salsbury Outfield' Joe Cassidy, Outfieldg Roger Johnson Outfieldg Ken Walker, Outfield- Warren Milton, Outfieldg Louis Schramm Outfieldg Bob Morton, Outfield. B111 Carlson Leo Luce Bob Norqulst Don Hansen Roy Seroshek Coach Stanley Evatt Jxm Matthxesen Duane Hardy D1ck Cabe K1rby Walker Herbert Ulr1ch Robert Krause manager Bob Morton Arden Kohse Jarre1lW1111ams Warren M11ton BASKETBALL W1th s1x regulars and several capable subs returnmg from last year Napavme H1gh School Tlgers opened thelr basketball season December 18 1946 The season was one of the most successful a Napavme team has seen for many years The squad won 17 games lost 5 and ended up ln second place 1n the Lewls County League After losmg the f1rst game the Txgers played champ1onsh1p ball to w1n the next eleven 1n a row Then came a slump and the team won only two games after that A11 the f1rst team graduates th1s year but they hope that next year s team w1l1 do as vsell as the Whxz K1ds of 1946 Leo Loose Luce 5 10 Sr Forward B111 Swede Carlson 5 8 Sr For v ard Don Sucker Hansen 6 2 Sr Center Don Forty Moravec fCapt1 5 9 Sr Gua d Roy Tony Seroshek 5 9 Sr Guard Bob Granpap Nor q 1st 6 4 Jr Forward D1ck Cabe Cabe 6 0 J Forward Warren Specks Mxlton 5 11 Jr Center Duane Punk1n Head Hardy 6 0 Jr Guard Jxm Matty Matth1esen 5 10 Sr Guard Herbert Honest John Arden Cowhlde Kohse 6 0 Soph Center Bob Bobby Morton 5 10 Soph Forward BASKETBALL PERSONALITIES Don Moravec Forty was the captaxn of our team Hxs speed and sensatlonal shootmg was a large factor 1n produclng a wxnmng team team Forty led the scormg thls year Don Hansen Sucker at forward was a Vltal cog 1n the defense and offense of the F1ght1ng T1gers A mlghty shotmaker he was especxally good on set shots Don was second h1gh scorer Leo Luce Leo at the other forward pos1t1on was the hub around whom the passxng was bu1lt He was also a good shot Roy Seroshek Roy played guard th1s season H1s speed and ab1l1ty to handle the ball helped Napavme to w1n many games Bob Norqu1st Grandpap who stands s1x feet four fmches alded the team greatly by recoverxng the ball off the backboards He was a good shot Bob IS a Jumor and should go great next year B111 Carlson Swede a f1rst class reserve fllled ln a v1ta1 pos1t1on when another plaver was out w1th slckness or other reasons Warren Mllton A reserve Wlth plenty of flght spelled Norqulst at center on certaln occasxons Herbert Ulrlch Herby was a sub at forward and he was a good shot Duane Hardy Punkm Head was a guard and was very good on long shots He IS a Junxor and w11l be back next year Jlm Matth1esen Jlmmy was a guard and a clever passer H1s passes greatly helped h1s team mates to go 1n for a lay 1n shot D1ck Cabe D1ck IS a Jumor and played forward He saw very l1ttle actxon on the f1rst str1ng thxs year but he w111 be back next year NAPAVINE SCORING Moravec 250 Hansen 137 Norquxst, 80, Luce, 80 Seroshek, 67 Carlson 23 Mllton 4 Cabe 3 Hardy 3 1 1 3 , Y ' . I f y 1 S 1 1 1 1 1 Y 7 H , . Y . . . I , . 7 41 4 ' ' 17 ll 7! Y U , ' Ct 39 I 19 1 7 'Y 1 1 Y '7 - , , 11 11 1 11 , 11 11 ' Y Y Y '7 7 ' Y 1 11 ,, , 14 11 1 11 . as 19 - . . . - ' 1 'H ' , - .. 13 ' ,' H ' , lx 1 I 'Y 1 9 1 r'7 Y tm !Y ' 7 YY , It ' Y Y! Y ll , ' H , H , 'J Y, Y! , H , , Y: 7 1 5 'D Y ' Ulrlch, 5' 10162 Sr., Forwardg Jarrell "W11l1ams" W1ll1ams, 6' I", Soph., Guardg ' yi l 9! , ti 77 ! 17 ' U 1 1 -1 ' 1 1 9 ., . , ll YY ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' I u 11 . .2 1, - - U . .' . ,, . ' . .u , . ' H ,, . ' . . ' Q , Y . . . H ,, . ' . . . . . I , . . Y I ' ., tt D! , Z1 - 1 11 ' ' ' ' , 5 . 3 ' 3 3 1 9 1 S 1 S 1 - FOOTBALL PERSONALITIES Don Moravec fFortyJ as he xs better known was the captaln of the team and under his leadershlp the team rolled up many vlctorxes He was a flashy ball handler always full of fxre Forty graduates th1s year Don Hansen Sucker led the scormg for the team th1s year on long runs and lme plunges He was the passer and klcker for the flghtmg T1gers Don graduates th1s year also Leo Luce Although Leo was small he showed that dynamxte comes ln small packages He was a vltal cog ln the defense and hxs speed was a great help for gammg much yardage Leo also graduates bhxs year Roy Seroshek Tony at left end was almost immovable when opposing players trled to go around h1s sxde of the l1ne Th1s was h1s flrst year of football but he performed 11ke a star He was a great pass recexver Tony graduates th1s year Duane Hardy Duane lS truly a great center Hls s1ze and ruggedness prevented opposmg teams from commg thru the center of the lme He has one year of hxgh school left and should lead the T1gers to vlctory next year D1ck Cabe For the second stralght year D1ck held down h1s end posxtxon lxke a professlonal He was a stlcky fxngered pass snatcher D1ck w1ll be back next year Kxrby Walker Is a transfer from Callfornla He was of great assxstance as a fxrst class subst1tute Walker graduates th1s year Warren Mllton Mllton was another valuable subst1tute who proved that he could handle any 1ob on the fleld ThlS IS Warren s last year of football Napavme made a great xmpressxon on football fans ln the last three years by wmmng 19 games losmg only three and t1e1ng one We hope that the teams ln the future w1ll contmue the good work Scormg for the 1945 Season Hansen 98 Moravec 37 Cabe 13 Hardy 12 FOOTBALL Fresh from a summer of rest the small band of football players answered the coachs call to arms Wlth seven lettermen and about half a dozen green but determmed newcomers the team was plunged 1nto drllls and scrxmmages after two weeks of blockmg tacklmg and learmng plays Then Toutle Lake brought thelr team up and were turned back by a narrow margln of 13 to 12 An addl tlonal week was needed to polxsh up the team on offense and defense The season was a very successful one wxth the squad wmnmg s1x games and loslng two but th1s was good enough to w1n the Northern DIVISION Champ1onsh1p for the second stralght year Exght lettermen w1l1 be graduatmg but we hope to see next year s team do as well or better On September 28 a gallant crew of footballers from Rochester drove 1nto Napavme Wlth every lntentlon of defeatlng the T1gers and steppmg mto the league lead rxght off the bat but the game turned out exactly opposxte w1th Napavme runmng and passxng to a 52 12 vxctory October 5 the v1ctor1ous T1gers Jourmed to Tenmo to paste the Beavers ears back and walk off w1th a 15 0 vlctory October 19 the T1gers boarded a school bus and drove mto the b1g c1ty of Adna It was rauung and the fleld was wet and soggy but th1S d1d not d1SCOl.l1'ag9 the fxghtlng T1gers who rolled to a 25 12 V1Cf0l'y October 26 The fourth week of the season found the unbeaten T1gers at home p'av1ng host to Oakvllle but the T1gers weren t very hospltable about It as they defeated the Acorns 18 6 November 2 Mr Butler loaded the squad mto the old V 8 and took them on a return trxp to Rochester The T1gers seemed to be off keel but fmally edged out the WHFFIOYS 38 33 Thxs game however turned out to be the end of our 15 game wmmng streak November 9 Tenmo came to Napavme w1th mtentxons of beatmg the T1gers and thats exactly what they dld by a 24-6 score November 17 Napavme havmg won the Northern DIVISION T1t1e was entxtled to play Lebam for the Southwest Washmgton Champ1onsh1p whlch the T1gers vson last year However, Lebam havmg been beaten by Napavme a year ago was all af1re and they bumped the T1gers 28 to 14 , . . . . , ll 77 ' ' , Ll !l ' ' I . ' M . . ,, . . '. . . . , Y . , . . . , ' 2 , 9 , : , 9 , 9 Seroshek, 83 Luce, 6. , . 1 ' ' ' i , . , . 1 . .... . , - ! . ' . . , . . I r 1 ' 5 .. , , I . ' Y ws: .4-.-Q N-.swf .YY wick'- 8 ZW53? 'DDS Ernestine Schramm Maryella Jones Lucille Emerson Betty Annis Juanita Krause June Henry Ruth Booher Helen Lowry Eleanor Guenther Darlene Thompson Ruth Small Barbara Rippberger Vera Thompson Mrs Milam Flor ence Milton Marie Jensen Donna Davis Jean Moore Evelyn Thayer Cheryl Slaughter Carol Dyment Ruth Dunham Josephine Davis Dorothy Hansen Esther Messal Norma Cook Eva Dunham Girls' League This Vear will go down 1n the history of N H S as one of the most active years for the Girls League September 18 the girls elected officers for the first semester and they were as follows President Ruth Dunham Vice President Barbara Rippberger Secretary and Treasurer Lucille Emerson M .?t this meeting it was decided to have co advisors Miss Robertson and Mrs 1 'im Miss Robertson and four representatives one from each class were chosen to attend the Southwest Washington girls and advisors conference which was held October 6 in Chehalis The four girls chosen were Jean Moore Norma Cook Eva Dunham and Evelyn Thayer These representatives enioyed the conference and gained many new ideas helpful to their own league October 12 the girls sponsored a Harvest dance with the theme Its Only a Paper Moon The dance took place in the auditorium which was decorated artistically with corn stalks pumpkins a score crow and a stage setting of a blue sky with stars a moon and a muslin tree October 27 fifteen members of the girls league Journled to Seattle to go over the ships docked at Pier 91 for Fleet Week When they arrived in Seattle they were met by Miss Robertson They then took a bus to Pier 91 where they met their guides Bud Lusignan and Everett Hennessey who took them from the highest part of the ship through all the sections open to visitors avnd even the sick bay where they were allowed to go only because they were a special group The girls were very fortunate in their turkey raffle this year. Tickets were made and sold about a week before Thanksgiving. The raffle was held November 21. The girls had fun selling tickets. The two selling the most tickets were Eva Dunham and Carol Dyment. December 4 the girls sponsored a bazaar held in the home economics room. Many lovely fascinators aprons pincushions dish towels doll clothes and other things were sold. The home economics girls did most of the sewing while others helped with the selling and decorating. With some of the money earned from the various activities spofnsored this year a large tlsree way mirror was purchased for the home economics room. It is of great help to all the girls and they hope that their purchase of the mirror will be appreciated by the future students at Napavine. Officers elected for the second semester were: President Maryella Jones' Vice President Ruth Dunhamg Secretary and Treasurer, Vera Thompsong Sergeant- at-Arms, Eleanor Guenther. April 9 the girls played hostesses to their mothers at a Mothers and Daughters Banquet held in the school auditorium. The welcome given by Maryella Jones was followed by a response from Mrs. Jones. Carolyn Gibson was toastmistress. Between courses several musical numbers were given by some of the girls. 636530 WUFUES Yarn. Nm? Dunham Cffanfpnfm X if-0 G 'nb- ,IQJI Quedfi 7271 a, aofflnlf ICI' nfble' 1-awe .fa v Arrffa, wig, fa fV1ornm7 C . 1 A 7- ferr fffn .7 C 9' N A I fxlkaik 004Zh HM' POP A 4.11 Che rdf ,,36Udylf?'3 Dai .af c!,hsJ""7.5 pqyb IIQI ffl. Gif :On Cbur'e'5 hafrahsin G5 53 Hubbam' ffubia, wfi xl, ,K HS :Its f- 5 . 1' ' 1 I y 1 5 if Y by fr Q' . x Monumentun oere perennuls " Lawrence Newman 37 Lawrence entered W S C ln the fall of 37 He majored ln dalry husbandry was one of three on the college Judgmg team whlch placed second at Pacific Inttrnatlonal Llvestock exhxbltlon He placed flrst ln Judglng Ayrshlres wmmng a eold medal In 1941 he was student manager of the Llttle Internatlonal llvestock show presented annually by the College of Agrlculture and was graduated xn 1942 He was a member of Alpha Zeta and Ph: Delta Kappa agrxcultural and educa tlonal honorary fratermtxes Upon graduatxon he accepted the DOSIIIOH of herds man wlth Prlces Golden Guernsey Dalry Port Orchard He xs very lnterested ll hulldmg up a herd of purebred Guernsey cattle He and Edra Watson of Pullman were marrled ln October 1942 and have one son Ned Douglas Joy Harmon, 38 Joy attended Centralla Jumor College and St Josephs School of Nursmg at Vancouver Wash After graduatxng she was a nurse at Northern Permanente Hosmtal for 16 months She 3o1ned the Nurse s Corps of the U S Naval Reserve on February 16 1944 She was statloned at Bremerton untxl January of thus year when he was sent to the U S Naval A1r Base at San Dxego Calxfornla Her rank IS Lt Hgh Herchel Johnson 39 Hcrehcl entered the Marmes 1n Julv of 1942 He saw overseas duty ln Dutch Hxrbor Pearl Harbor Marshall Islands Carolxne Islands Oklnawa Saxpan Cuam Mldwav Chma Korea and the Ph1l1pp1ne Islands He was recently dls charged from the servxce Ted Dec 40 Tad IS 'an Fnslffn In the Navy and rece1ved h1s commlsslon 1n January 1945 at Davlsvllle Rhode Island Warren Buckovic '41 After grwduatmon Warren s flrst employment was manager of Napavme Garage Februarv 1942 he began workmff at the shxpvards at Bambrxdge Island near Seattle where he rema1ned untxl enter1ng the Army A1r Forces m November 1 145 After hls dxschar e In June 1943 he agaln returned to work at Balnbrldge Island Shlp Yards He remalned there until September 1945 In August 1343 Warren was marrled to Mlss Dor1s Anderson a former mstruc tor ln home economlcs at Napavlne Hn entertd Oregon State College at Corvallls ln September 1945 He expects to rcmaln there unt1l he completes h1s four years of college traxmng Leslle Dooly 42 Leshe entered the Marlnes December 8 1942 and on November 4 1943 hls platoon salled from San Dxego for Hawan Later he served w1th the Fleet Radlo in the Marshall Islands and was then shxpped to the Solomons Guam and Northern Chma Leslle was dxscharged m February 1946 He has been awarded the Amerlcan Theater Rlbbon As1at1c Paclflc Rlbbon mth one battle star Good Conduct Rxbbon Navy Umt Commendatxon and Vxc tory R1bbon of World War II Gene Martm, 43 Gene Martln enllsted December 13 1942 and served twenty elght months ln the South P3C1f1C w1th the Thxrd Amphxblous Sxgnal Corps Battallon as a radno operator He saw actxon at Bouganvxlle Guam Paulau Okmawa and the occupa tlon of Chma He rece1ved h1s dlscharge at San Dlego Marme Base m January 1946 Harold Luce '44 Harold after graduatmg from hlgh school was employed at the Kraft Cheese Company 1n Chehalls He then attended the Umverslty of Washmgton for one semester and entered the service 1n March of 45 Harold has served ln Oklnawa and Korea where he IS at the present time Marlon Norquxst, '45 Marlon Norquxst entered the Mode Beauty School ln Olympla xmmedxately upon graduatxon and IS st1ll there ' A monument more durable than brass I ! . . . . , , 4 1 , . , . 9 . . , . c , . D I ' X , . . . -. . . I ' s - r: . . , . 9 Y I I . . 7 Y. - . . , I y . . , I . r, . . f - ' V 7 .A . ' Y ' ' ' 1 Next he worked a few months with the Weyerhaeuser Timber Company. In - ' ' V" Q . '- . ' - ' . . ' 5 I I ' 1 q , , - I , . 1 V Y - 4 4 t r ' ' ' v 9 , Y. . . . . - ' 1 l ' D f 1 1 ' . . q ' I ' . 3 1 y . - , . I ' . . , O . . WALTER WATSON EMERY November 16 1915 November 26 1933 Monumentlm oere perenmus 1' The Emery Plaque was presented to Napavme Hxgh School ln memory I Walter Watson Emery Walter was born m Napavme and attended Napavlne grade and h1gh school He graduated wxth the class of 33 and entered the Unlverslty of Washmgton the followmg fall The plaque lS a f1tt1ng memor1al to Walter He hlmself was a f1ne lovable actxve Amerxcan boy Hls act1v1t1es ln school xncluded football basketball band glee club orchestra dramatlcs class and student body offlces Napawmah staff and H1 Y Club Fach year one senlor IS elected by the student body for the honor of havxng hls or her name mscrlbed on this plaque Thls graduate need not be the best scholar the most accompllshed muslcxan the outstandlng athlete or have any partlcular talent or tralt He or she must be however the most worthy senlor everyday Amerlcamsm and have a COODGIHIIVS personahty that fosters fellow sh1p 1ntegr1ty and loyalty among hlS assocxates Each succeedxng year adds another name and the annual staff feels that some gllmpse of those already honored wlll lend a l1v1ng s1gn1f1cance to these ll'lSCI'lp tlons Followmg IS a short resume IH the subsequent l1ves of these honorary alumnl Wilbur Wright, 36 Wllbur attended Washlngton State College at Pullman the year followmg graduat1on The fall of 37 and summer and fall of 38 39 40 he Worked for Columbla Natlonal Forest at Packwood The followmg year and a half he worked as brakeman for the Uruon Paclfxc Rallroad He was marrled to Zora Hansen of Onalaska and thelr baby daughter was three months old when he entered the army July 3 1943 He served two years overseas ln England France Germany and Belglum as a conductor ln the 720 Rallway Operatlng Battahon He was home by Chrxstmas ln 45 and he and hls famlly now lxve at Salkum He IS employed by the Atlas L0gg1ng Company at Mayf1e1d " A monument more durable than brass l I . D. . U 0 who has given the best that is in him to support all the actlvities of well balanced Harvey Guenther CPFCJ Served 1n Italy and Afrxca was wounded 1n battle and recexved the purple heart Carl A Hagwell KT 53 Served wlth the 8lst In ll 11 t Ltl Served wlth fantry Dxvlslon m the South Pacxflc Gllbert C Hagwe s the Sxgnal Corps m ltaly Marvm Hamxlton Army Joy Hansen fLt Jgl Navy nurse served ln the Amerxcan Theater Irvxn Harper fSgth Served m the European Theater of war Wxlbur Wrlght Served twenty four months overseas as a conductor ln the 720 Rallway Operatlng Battalion Saw duty 1n England France Germany and Belgxum Frank Woroch Merchant Marmes J T Thomp son Navy Spencer Strasser tCpl J Served fourteen months m England France Germany and Austrla Ross Sterlnxg Army Mxke Solomon CPvt9 Served mn Marmes Ln South Pacxfxc Aram Solomon tCp1l Served ln the Paclfxc area Vxvlen Slxmp-CPFC! Served ln Italy IH battle for Cassmo was transferred to the Anzxo beach head Took part xn the battle for Rome then went to Southern France and took part ln the battle for France Went through the Selgfrled lme and crossed the Voges Mountams mto Germany Is now wlth the Army of Occupatlon ln Southern Germany Mart1n Slade Army Lester Slade Army Ray Sxeg Marmes Dlck Sleg Navy Lawrence Seroshek tCh1efl Amerlcan Theater and Ph1l1ppmes Harry Seroshek CBaker 3lcJ Amerlcan Theater and at present ns ln the Phllxppme Islands Eugene Roselus-Army Robert Roland Army Wlllard Moses-Army Vernon Moravec CSgt7 Army Grace Moore 1 adet Nursel Tra1n1ng at Harborvxew Hospltal ln Seattle James Mlller Navy Vxctor McGee Army Rudolph Holmes-fStaff Sgtl Served 1n Afrlca Smelly Italy Corslca France Germany Belglum Holland and Luxemburg Evelyn Jensen lPHM 3lcl Sandpoint Naval hospxtal Hershel Johnson iSgt J Served xn Dutch Harbor Alaska Pearl Harbor Marshall Islands Carolme Islands Okxn awa Salpan Guam Midway Chma Korea and the Phllxpplnes Ernest Nogle lCh1ef AVM7 Amerlcan theater and Japan Alfred Norman qPvtJ Served m the Amerxcan theater Clark Nncewonger QT Sgty Was ln the Radlo Corp and served m Italy Umt was awarded the MGFIIOFIUS SCTVICG Umt Plague Don Kohse Army Arlon Nxcewonger QF C 3,cl Served on the USS Commencement Bay m the Pacxflc fleet Genevleve Lowry 1Cadet Nursej Tralned at the Tacoma General Hospltal Russel Lmhart Jr CSgtl 9427th Technlcal Servxce Umt Slg nal Corps Alaska Commumcatlon System served xn Alaska and the Aleutxans Jerry Langdon Army Lester Kure CSKT2cJ Served 1n the Amerlcan theater and 1n Hawan Howard Kure CMerchant M3YlH9l Served on merchant shlps ln all war zones Don Kure QMM 3cD Served 1n the Amer1can Theatre Rnchard Greuger Army Leonard Krause-Navy Edwm Klotzer Navy Clay ton Helgeson QT 47 Served m the European Theater of war for e1ghteen Donald Helgeson LMM1 cl Served 1n the South P3ClflC for twenty mne Robert Helgeson fMM 1 cy Served 1n the South P3C1flC for thlrty one Ervm Helgeson KRDM 2 cb Served xn the South PaCIflC for twelve Helen Hlckey fCadet Nurse! Is at the St Joseph Hosp1ta1 1n Olympxa Martm QA U M 2 cp Served ln Amencan Theatre Lynn Martm CMa months months months months Robert M 2 cl Amerxcan Theatre Pearl Harbor Guam Harvey Mart1n CPI Sgtb Saxpan Okmawa Tlfllafl Guam Chma South PaCIf1C Asxatxc PaClflC W1ll1am Mart1n QWT 3 c USNRJ Served 1n Amerxcan Area Asratxc P8CIflC Area and the Phlllpplne LIDGFHUOU Gene Martm CCplDBouganv1lle Guam Palau Okmawa Chma Served 28 months 1n South P3Clf1C Paul Marshall Army Shlrley Mar quls CCorporalJ Served ln New Gumea and Luzon and Rosales and at the pre sent IS ln Manxla James Marqu1s QS Sgtl Served xn Alaska ln the A T C Warren Young Army Carl Young QS 1 cl Served ln the Amerlcan Theater - ' .. '. it ' -- . , . . . 5. 'T 9 '- ' . I 1 I IQ " - I 1 - - 1 . : - I 1 . - - - 1 . - ' . 1 .1 . . 1. " 5 .- , 1 . . 1 . - 1 ' ' . 1 - 2 . - . 2 - 9. - 1 f 1 I 2 : - 5 9 - . 1 I - V ' . . .. ' , - 1 . - 1 1 1 1 1 I 1 I1 I ... I T.. I I. . ' '. . ' Z. . ' - I1 1 1I 1 1 3 , -" . , . ' 1 , T . . 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I -. - , I J f O 'fn 533 -KE 1 B .fi Q wand' lim- vh ' SERVICEMEN The alumm from Napavxne hlgh served 1n almost every branch of the servlce on all the battle fronts of the global war Some tlme has elapsed smce a number of them have graduated and mformatxon concermng all of them was xmpossnble to obtam As fully as possxble the staff IS presentmg facts concermng our boys Napavme hlgh 1S proud of every one of them Francls W Anderson tlst Lt! 6th Ranger Infantry Battalron Three years overseas at New Gumea Phxlxppmes Leyte and Luzon He was C0mmlSSl0ned on the f1eld of battle and was awarded the Bronze Star Eugene D Anderson tAv1atxon Radroman 2!c7 served twenty months overseas 1n the South P3Clf1C Darrol Attebery Navy Everett Bartlett fMoMM 2!cJ Served rn the South Paclflc Melburn Beuter CMach1n1st Mate 3Icl Served ln the South P3ClflC Fred Buckovxc QARM llcj Amerxcan Theater Pearl Harbor Marshall Islands Pallu Saxpan Okmawa and Japan Warren Buckovxc QP F CJ Served ln the Amerlcan Theater Dxck Buckovlc CS 2lcl Served 1n the Amerxcan Theater Henry Borst-IS 1Ic Served ln the American Theater Mason Burnette Navy Arnold Carlson Army Henmng Carlson qSgt7 Kevm Carty CMM llc! Served m the Amerlcan Thea ter Leo Carty QT Sgty Amerlcan theater Phllrppmes and New Gumea Mary Lou Conrad Strasser QS llcl was statxoned m New York and 1n Pensacola Florlda Frank Cook Army Warren Corp-QT 4cJ Served twenty seven months II' the South PaC1f1C as a transport gunner recelved the presldentlal cxtatlon un1t rlbbon Ed Dec lP F C J Is Wllh the Army of Occupatlon 1n Wakoyoma Japan Stanley Dec Enslgn Commlssloned at Corpus Chr1st1 Texas and served ln the Amerlcan Theater Ted Dec tEns1gnJ Commlssxoned at Davlsvxlle Rhode Island lVas stationed at Shanghal Chma now ln Guam Leslle Dooly tCpl l Served ln HHWBII Marshall Islands Okmawa Ie Shlma Guam and Northern Chma Glenn Dunham QP F C J Was m Coast Artlllery and served 1n the European Theater for two years Saw duty ln England France Luxemburg and Germany Harold Luce CP F C J Served 1n Okmawa and Korea where he ns at the present tlme George E1swald 4Ens1gn5 was a radxoman llc on the Lexmgton and Enterprxse and was 1n the Coral Sea battle At present he IS statloned at Jacksonvllle Flor lda Martm F Elswald IP F CJ Radloman and rear gunner on the S B D bombers Served ln Solomon Islands New Hebrldes New Caledoma Guadal canal New Ireland Brsmark Arch New Gumea the Phxllppmes and at Sldney Australla Loren Estep CEm 3Ic Served two years ln the South Paclflc and was m ten major battles Thomas Estep-tPvtJ Served ln the Amerlcan Theater Lucene Lvans CCpll Served the Amerlcan Theater and was later asslgned to B O A S Detachment South Pacxfxc Islands of Luzon and Beak Donald Fowler Navy Leroy Granzow Army Harry Gorley QMMICJ Served on the USS Rlchmond on convoy duty between Panama and Australxa and served m the Coral Sea battle the raxd on Pomashlro off the Kurlle Islands was ln the Aleutlan campalgn m Alaska and others, Clarence Guenther tSgtJ Japan ' 1 1 - 1 . 9 . . -. 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FRESHMEN CLASS HISTORY The freshman elass rn the fall of 46 eonsxsted of sxxteen students They were a follows Betty Anms hsther Messel Juamta Krause Pete Markarlan Louis Schramm Jack Lunke Exelyn Thayer Wlllard Guenther June Henry B111 Salsbury Alxce Fredrnckson Gerald Fredrxckson Marlanne Lane Kenneth Walker Josephme Davls Carol Dyment Later rn tlhe year Allce anl Gerald Fredrxckson moved to Wlnlock and Jack Zunke qult school but vue garned Arthur Haney from Onalaska At the begmmng of the year the green freshmen were very much bewlldered by the way they were bemg treated by the upper classmen Of course the soph omores 1I'lSlSlCd on lmtlatmg the freshmen and they were very embarrassed by some of the srlly garbs they were forced to wear To the sophomores delxgfht they dldnt fmd one poor sport rn the whole freshman class even rf some dxd nxve to eome ln gunny sacks adorned w1th tm cans The flrst elass meetmg was held on September 6 for the purpose of electlng class offleers who were as follows FIRST SEMLSTLR SECOND SEMESTER Vvlll ard Guenther Prcsldent Kenneth Walker TLXLIWII Thayer Vlce Presldent June Henry Jaek lunke Sergeant at Arms Wlllard Guenther L xrol Dyment and Lotus Sehr 1mm were chosen as council members Mr Butler xx as ehosen as elass advlsor lhe class motto selected was Unxted We Stand DlVlllLd We I' all The elass flower was the Whxte t,arnat1on and the class colors Green and Whlte ln pxelerenee to partles the elass went to the Centralla roller rlnk The boys eooptx ated wlth the g,11ls wonderfully and they all had a swell tlme Mr and Mr lVl1lam were the ehaperomes Mr and Mrs Krause and Mrs Salsbury turmshed the transportatlon Dunne the year of 45 46 they partxelpated ln varlous 3CtlV1t1LS They spon sortd 1 St lfxtrlcks d :nee and decorated the audlwrlum m green and whxte The IHLISIL xx as furnlshed by Bllly Moses and Leonard M1lton , , , - ' -A " -. 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'l'l11 z ' ' 1 'azq 1l11c111'11t11l ' 1 1' 1 'L 150, JUNIOR CLASS Charles Cook Helen Lowry Lucllle Emerson Eleanor Guenther Joe Cassidy Dxck Cabe Dorothy Hansen Cheryl Slaughter Norma Cook Barbara Rlppberger Adv1sor Mr Evatt Roger Johnson Bob Norquxst Warren Mxlton Duane Hardy 'li , 1.-an-Q 33 'Q' Helen Lowry Lucrlle Emerson Eleanor Guenther Dorothy Hansen Barbara Rxppberger Norma Cook Charles Cook Joe Cassldy Robert Norqulst Duane Hardy -and JUNIOR HISTORY Nineteen sad little freshmen entered N. H. S. on the third day of September, 1943, to be greeted by heartless sophomores who were looking for likely pros- pects to initiate. We pulled through, although moans and groans were heard all over the state of Washington. In our freshman year we elected the following officers: FIRST SEMESTER OFFICES SECOND SEMESTER Joe Cassidy .................................... Dick Cabe ..,...,............................ Lucille Emerson Gerald Ricketts Duane Hardy Joe Cassidy Dick Cabe Mrs Brennan President ........................,..... Gerald Ricketts .... . Vice President ................................ Duane Hardy Secretary Treasurer Norma Cook Sergeant at Arms Dorothy Hansen Council Members Duane Hardy Gerald Ricketts Advisor Mrs Wedin Motto Green But Growing Color Blue and Gold Flower Rhododendron Upon entering school in our sophomore year the tables had turned and the smiles were now on our faces We were the high and mighty sophomores and scon fear was registered on our victims faces We enJoyed the initiation very much and looked forward to a year of contentment as we settled down to our studies Our actiuties included sponsoring a dance and giving the Christmas program We lost two of our classmates Clayton Sharp who Joined the Navy and Maurice Christiansen who moved to Onalaska We started last fall with sixteen members having gained Warren Milton In November Mr Petrie a representative from the Crown Company in Port land came to show us samples of class rings Following through as usual the boys and girls could not agree which resulted in the boys ordering different rings than me girls The rings arrived in January and from then on the school was agllttcr with class rings At the beginning of the second semester Gerald Ricketts Joined the Marines Class officers for our Junior year were the following FIRST SEMESTER Norma Cook Lucille Emerson Llea ior Guenther Joe Cassidy Barbara Rippberger 'Vlr Eyatt OFFICES SECOND SEMESTER Vice President Secretary Treasurer Sergeant at Arms Council Members Secretary Treasurer Adv isor Dorothy Hansen Joe Cassidy Robert Norquist Verna Jensen Lucille Emerson Duane Hardy Mr Evatt fx 'A l . 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SE. ws, SENIOR CLASS WILL We the class of 46 sound ln mmd and strong 1n body do hereby bequeath the followmg To Mr Butler we leave a palr of cleats to prevent any more pussy footxng around the halls surprlslng the underclassmen whxlc they re do1ng somethmg they shouldnt To Mrs Mllam we solemnly swear to take wlth us all the books and pamphlets on manners we can get our hands on ln hopes that someday we w1ll lmprove To M1ss Robertson we leave perlod We re gomg to beat you out of here yet teach To Mr Evatt we leave the hope of ever makmg a team out of the underclass men although we reallze that there won t be much materxal to work wlth after the class of 46 makes thexr fmal departure To B111 Stevens we leave the hope of ever catchxng a crxmmal Also a lxttle sxlver pollsh to shme hls star-and OH" we nearly forgot he better get hlmself a larger net to hold all the f1sh he doesn t catch Swede leaves hls hatred for women to Dlck Cabe There may be some use for xt ln the future Dxck s1'nce your always having so much trouble wlth them Donna leaves her glft-of gab to Ruth Booher because so far It has brought h r nothlng but trouble Maybe Ruth can change It around so It wxll be of some advantage Ruth wllls her stunnmg proflle to anyone who has the ablllty to wear xt We hope whoever gets It wlll use xt as well as Ruth dxd Carolyn Wllls her executlve ab1l1ty to Ruth Small Thmk you ll be able to make use of lt Ruth1e""" When Klrby was asked what he w1l1ed he sald Well I cant leave my blond to anyone so Ill Just w1ll my ab1l1ty to pass all my subJects wlth straxght A to Robert Norquxst Ahem"' James Guenther leaves hxs art of knowmg everyone s buslness but hxs own to Charles Cook You can use xt Charles but don t let 1t get you mto trouble Forty IS st11l debatmg whether to leave h1s athletxc ab1l1ty and popular1ty wxth Toledo women to anyone or to hang on to them for future use Don Hansen passes on h1s wltty personalxty and very hlgh I Q to Esther Messal Maybe you dont reallze lt but we expect Sucker Las he IS better knowm to become presxdent some day When Jxm Matthlesen was called on to make hls wlll he saxd he wasn t gomg to leave Ruth Small to anyone but he thought Pete Markarlan could look after her for htm Roy leaves hrs handsomeness and qulet ways wlth woman to Bud Walker You pretty glrls conung mto school next fall Florence leaves her seat 1n front of Lucllle to Duane Hardy provldmg he s a very good boy untll next year Maybe th1s w1ll solve the problem of hxs occupy mg her seat durmg noon hour Ernestxne leaves her artlsuc abxhty and outstandmg penmanshlp to Cheryl Slaughter Evldently Cheryl has found some use for It already but xt wont do much good unless she leanns how to spell Vera w1lls her shyness to Marl nne Lane better known as Hollywood Vera says she mtends to acquxre a bold character after graduatxon Better be careful Nera leap year IS a couple of years away yet Marle wllls her gas buslness to no on second thought shell keep lt Gas ratlomng may come back some day Thls gas busmess lb gettmg monotonous lsnt xt Mane" Whats gomg to happen next? Maryella leaves her smgmg voxce to Joe CaSS1dy that IS part of It Do you thmk lt w1ll help you any Joe? Jean leaves her popular1ty wlth certaln Onalaska boys to Helen Lowry Maybe slce doesnt need It but she and Dlck Cabe can keep the road pretty warm be k twen here and Onalas a Herbert wxlls hxs frzendshlp of a certam Jumor gxrl to Roger Johnson She mlght be a l1ttle too much for you Buck but we wlsh you luck anyway Dlck Buckovlc w11ls hxs qulet ways and good Judgement to Arthur Haney Wlth thls good Judgement Art should promlse to turn hxs affectlon over to N H S mstead of O H S Leo wxll Just thank h1s lucky stars he made lt wlthout leavmg anythmg to anyone Boy 1ts a tough world 1sn t It Leo" IDENTIFICATION OF SENIOR BABY IILTURILS 1 Kxrby Walker 2 Donna Davls 3 D1ck Buckovxc 4 Vera Thompson 5 Carolyn Gibson 6--Roy Seroshek 7 Maryella Jones 8 Jlm Matthlesen 9-Jeacn Moore 10 Don Moravec 11 Ernestlne Schramm 12 B111 Carlson 13 Ruth Dunham 14-Leo Luce, 15 Florence Mxlton 16-Herbert Ulrlch 1.--James Guenther 18-Don Hansen 19 Mane Jensen Ll I! ' ' ' I ' Y ' . . . , . - . y ! . . , . ' ll ll , . ' . , . . - Y 1. 11 , ' ' ' .. Y , 64 II ' ' . . 1 . . e . . . . . ' .X , H , . . .. Q - M , , , , , . . .. . . . M ., 1 ' I7 ' lt !! ' . y . . . ' Y ' ' ss Y! ' . ' . . ' . . . , . 1 I ' I X had better make some use of this Bud because there seems to be quite a few . ' . . . , . . . x . - ' 1 .. . .a ' - ' Y ' I i . . T .7 . .N , . ' . , - , . U I . . . . y . 7 . ' , . , . . X . - ' ! ' ' AL 1! ' . . ..-- , . . , . . , I . , . . , , . , . . -i I S 3 N . S - . . 5 v- I ' 3 - 1 2 - . 1 - . s , - 9 - 1 Q - U g :' ' ' - . 1 s , Q - . Left to rlght standmg Maryella Jones Don Hansen Florence Mxlton Ernestme Schramm Ruth Dunham Left to rxght Slttlllg James Guenther Donna Dav1s Dlck Buckovlc Vera Thompson Klrby Walker Jean Moore nan-aq-..... Now we VlSlt a dalry farm ln the heart of Jackson Pralrle Slttlng at t.he breakfast table IS Jlmmy Matthlesen falthfully pushlng buttons What on earth IS he d0lIlg7 Oh I see now he lS pushln these buttons to work the automatlc mllklng machlne ln the huge dalry barn some dlstance from the house Every few mlnutes he calls Ruthle oh Ruthle lm ready for my breakfast Now a plac whlch has manv llghts comes lnto the sphere of my crystal globe Above the door IS a slgn that lnforms us that lt lS Forest Grange A dance seems to be golng on and the two outstandlng people are the flddlers The lady used to be known as Jean Moore but I cant seem to see who the gentleman IS maybe you know" I now sec a llttle whlte cottage surrounded hx a Grove of glant maple trees blttlllg, ealmlv on the front porch eatlng lJt3lLl'S IS the lady of he house Mrs Pedersen better known to the class of 1046 as Florence Mllton Who IQ thlS frantlcally wavlng a stlcl-.7 What lS he dolne, beatlng hls wlfe" Whx lt s Klrbv Walker and he lsnt bQ2llI'l 'als WlfL he lS only beatlng out the rhythm on a blg base drum and at the same tlml dlrectln hls orchestra known ls Walkers SWIUHQIQTS Standlng on the stage rasplnf, the mlke 15 Roy Sero shek broadcaslng from statlon C O R N The women of the audlence are all lylng on the floor havlng swooned at the flrst sound of Roys breath taklng croonlng As the crystal slowly beglns to fade the fortune teller Mlss Robertson our former class advlsor trles frantlcally to lfl l'lt1fV a shadowy flffure floatlng around ln the ball Stralnlng her eyes she flnally recognlzes the flgure of Dlck BUCk0VlC He seems to be paclng the floor ln the dead of nlght Wllh a bundle of somethlng lll l'llQ arms In the doorway stands the tall slender flgure of the former Norma Cook testlng a bottle of mllk I see-oh the VISION 1S leavlng Accordlng to mv crvstal the last and most llnoortant thlrle ls the vlslon that tells me that all of the class of 46 has ably accompllshed a career of vocatlon .lad are llxlng successful l1ves SENIOR PLAY Mr Bean from Llma a three act fare-lealamlty under the dlrectlon of Mlss I hyllls Robertson was presented by the Naoavlne 9tlllOI' class Aprll 23 Every actor ln the play had an lmportat character part to perform and all tame Ollf wlth flylllf' colors The hlllbllly eharact rs Hlranl and Elvlry Skaggs tDOll Hansen and Maryella Jonesl and the mald from the Ozarks tRuth Dunhamb kept the audlence llterally rolllng ln the dl les when they werent gasping at lle Itlll h treatment glktll the arlstocratle llr Beane tlxll D3 Walkerl who rlled people by maklng, unfalr bets and collectlllg on them The rou h treatment was admlnlstered by Jlllnny QDILK Buckoxlcl and Bob 4.Iames Guentherb The actlng by all three was so perfect that some of the ehlldrlll ln the lUellLllCE erled when they tllou ht Mr Beane was gettlng hllrt Superb 'HCIIII' by Mrs St Clalr 1Jean Moorel Blossom the ne ro look CErnestlne bLhl'Z1lTllllb Mrs Worthlngton Ilelehfr lllorlnce Wlllttllll Amy St Clellr lVell l'honapsonJ lnd Zoe Dudley CDblIll Daxlsl made the play a huge ILCLSN ll x l the llxx was the best that hld been lxen at Napavlne xt llb lnd wondered lf It couldnt be QIVGH l aln Thls year the Napaxlne senlors have started the Oscar award for the best actor ald aetress of the year Th1S applles to all plays lven dllrlng the year and lS an lncentlve to get more students lnterested ln dramatlcs The audlence does the Judglng V0tlHg thls vear was very close Ruth Dunham wlnnlng for best actress and Don Hansen best actor It IS hoped that oncomlng classes wlll per petuate the Oscar award for It Wlll be a bl thrlll to the WIUIDQTS now and ln years to come Cultaln acts by the Home Economlcs classes rounded out the program The Home ELOIIOIHICQ I glrls dressed ln plnafores they had made out of dyed feed sacks preseated thelr Kltchea Band and the Home Economlcs II glrls gave a burlesque on the Gav NINGIIGS entltled Strlctly Corn Between curtaln acts the senlor class presented MISS Robertson wlth a lovely gardenla and carnatlon corsage for dlrectlng thelr play U . , . . . . . . . . . . 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JI . :A al ' ' 31 ' me ' YY CLASS PROPHECY Scene-Fortune teller posed before a crystal globe the atmosphere IS hazy wlth lncense the whole lmpresslon IS one of mystery and lntrlgue Wlth arms aloft as lf petltlonlng the Gods to wltness she speaks- I am the seventh daughter of the seventh son of bhe deuce of d1am0ndS Mlne IS the ablllty to dlp lnto the present to probe lnto the past and to plunge lnto the future I am the elghth wonder of the age I see all hear all know all Enter a vlctlm He bows reverently On prophetess I have heard that you are a genlus GCHIUS IS a feeble deflnltlon slr I am the elghhh wonder of the age I dlp lnto the present I probe lnto the past and I plunge Plunge then and tell me what destlny awalts the studefnts of the class of 1946 of the old Napavlne hlgh school Ah thou hast lndeed used good Judgemert you have but to place your falth ln me-but hold 1She looks lnto the crystal and sways slowly back and forthl Hush' The vlslon IS approachlng I see an artlst s studlo As the young pamter gazes at her model sheer dellght shlnes from her eyes Her brush moves across the canvas as lf lnsplred by the order of creatlon The artlst IS Ernestlne Schramm and she IS palntlng the perfect saoulders of Blll Carlson But what lharblnger IS thls? 1 hear the crash of a thousand prlntlng presses a conglomeratlon of VOICES and above all the curl orders of tne chlef Although she IS small there IS one who looms blg lll thls rcat mctropolls of lndustry It IS Larolyn Gloson edltor of the Seattle Tlmes Of course IhlS IS only a part tlme Job for Larolyn She IS known ln her home llfe as Mrs Kure Oh what have we here' Iron bars' Leo Luce s dlfflcultles are over You may address hls mall to 999 Slng Slng New Yorlc l-lc hclo a posltlon of trust Belng employed ln a bank ln the presence of wealth of the earth he was envled by hls fellow men Yes-he was the Janltor But alas' He ylelded to temptatlon and stole the dust pan upon the stage ln a gorgeous gown of whlte velvet ornamented wlth rows of beautlful lace and dazzllng rubles It IS none other than Maryella Jones She SlllgS softly the latest hlt tune whlch IS I ll Be Over to Get You ln A Rocket Honey Now I see a magnlflcent palatlal theater Its advertlsemcnts are on CXhlblt In flarlng letters I read Speclal Comlng lfrlday and Saturday Vera Thompson a world renowned opera slnger and Don llallsen the fUXlIl1QSt clown ln the U l.lV6I'S9 Th1S passes I now look upon another glrl Sne IS paclng restlessly across the floor of her room Gaunt fear and choklng remorse reglstcr tnemselves plalnly on her countenance It IS Donna Davls Wrllle travellng abroad she marrled a POllSh no count named Johnny Szambelan and now she antlclpates black mall 'Ilhe scene Sh1ftS I see a dalnty llttle shop There IS an alr of arlstocracy about the place Many customers throng the narrow alsle lhere IS the cllnk of colns A dark complected man presldes Yes h IS the owner of the shop James Guenther A small slgn swlngs over the door Guenther Lhewlng Gum 5c a Package James IS doomed to a llfe of gum C16WlHg due to the klnd heartedness of MISS Ruth Dunham the basketball coach who faltnfully supplles her players wlth thls refreshment at every game Far ln the dlstance IS the sllhouette of a man who seems to be runnlng hard There are Signs of dlstress Hls eyes are Wlld and starlng h1S breath whlstles ln hls throat and he IS ready to falnt from exhaustlon Is lt a crlmlnal evadlng a law' No lt lS Herbert Ulrlch the dog catcher of Napavlne ln hot pursult of hls PTCY The scene changes we see a manly flgure orderlng hls crew about The tlme IS four ln the mornlng It IS Forty Moravec preparlng hlS rocket snlp for hlS trlp to the moon where he has been elected presldent We always thought Forty would be a great athlete but tlme changes everythlng Who IS thls slttlng at a huge roll top desk lntently worklng on her lncome tax report? It IS Marle Jensen now that she IS half owner of the Standard Oll of Callfornla she IS kept very busy you know I can t seem to see lt very clearly but her name seems to have changed to somethlng that starts wlth a W ' ' Y u , . . s Q . . Y . . . ' , I1 I I Y ' Y Y Y ' ,- 77 y '11 Ll ' ' Y ' ' 77 U . . I . 1 ' 1 ' A is!! I , . . U . . . A ' . U ' I Y 1 4 . , . . . U . . .' , . .. 1 - - -X ' I -. ' I . .I . , . 4 l A D . . . Y "Now we have a new vista-shadowy li-ghts and soft music. A figure floats I I! ll . ' ' A , ' ' D D. X '- . 1 ' ' . I I I ' 7 . 1 7 - 1 , , ,, , . . , c , w ' ' . ' v ' ' 1 7 , . . I . . I A ,. I . 7 7 1 ' I7 U .... . ' I l 1 !Y U . . . . . w .I ,, . ' . . ' , . , . . . , SENIOR SKIP DAY On Aprxl Fools day the semors declded It was about tlme for their Skip Day so wxth three cars loaded to the brlm wtth thls and that and the other thing they took off for Mt Raxmer The semors started out thelr blg day when they left Marys Corner at 8 oclock Monday mormng As It was so early some unfortunate semors dldn't have then' breakfast so they stopped at Morton to satlsfy their hunger After leaxmg Morton the semors were quxte astomshed to fmd several casual 'IBS on the road Mmd you they werent human just three cats and a skunk llterally demollshed Imagine' Were they homeslck when they saw several chlldren walkmg to school and busses passmg them and when they passed a school and knew they dldnt have to enter crles of Joy rang ln the a1r As they drew toward the1r destmatxon they were certamly glad to see snow Small patches appeared here and there at flrst then they did see snow Snow and more snow pxled hlgher as they approached Longmlre Of course upon seemg deer on the road they had to stop to admlre and take snaps of them Packages of potato ChlDS dxsappeared lxke maglc as the deer were fed Some boys trled to play foohsh tucks on the deer but were outwltted by the lntelllgent ammals AFI'lVlHg at Longmlre at 8 45 they made themselves known The mn lay secluded ln the snow but when the semors arrxved everyone was soon aroused Although the road was closed to Paradlse they dlscovered they could go as far as Narada Falls where a terr1f1c snowball flght took place When they tlred of thls vlgorous act1v1ty they returned to Longmlre hopmg to prepare thelr noon day meal but couldnt get a cabm so they back tracked to the gate entrance where they got a cabm and prepared thelr eats Wmle the g1rls got the food ready the boys entertalned themselves by snatch mg food from behmd the gxrls backs and feedmg the deer After a hearty meal wwhlch everyone enJoyed Longmxre agaxn caught sight of the Napavxne semors At 2 oclock some of the boys decxded to hxke up to Paradise Inn The rest entertalned themselves unt1l 4 o clock then started back home Slnce they wished to see dxfferent scenery commg back they returned by Tacoma and Olympla where some of the klds stopped off to fxmsh the day by seeing a movle Tuesday was a dreaded day for the semors after skxppmg one day and having such a wonderful txme so durmg school hours some half slept whxle others really dxd' The semor sk1p day hxgh lxghted all the other actxvltles held this year at least xt dld for the semors . , . . . . . 1 . . . , , . . . ' 1 , . v - . . , V 1 . ' , t 1 . , . . . . , . , . ' 1 . . . . . , . 1 1 . , . 1 , - . . . , . 1 , . , . . , , . 1 1 1 . . .U . ,.. . 1 SENIOR CLASS HISTORY In the fall of '42 twenty timid and innocent freshmen entered the doors of N. H. S. All through their eight years of grade school they had impatiently awaited this moment but now that it had arrived their knees began to wobble and they were more than willing to turn back, for in the eyes of the sophomores they could see a wild gleam of anticipation. Before the year ended we lost three of our members, Margie Granzow, Willis Zunke, and Bill Churchill, but we gained Ruth Dunham, Claire Borst, and Her- bert Ulrich. We chose as our freshmen advisor, Mrs. Harper. The initiation was enjoyed by everyone and some of the stunts were very comical. Jean Moore was proposed to by Earl Cabe, a newcomer in his junior year. Carolyn Gibson had to chew crackers and whistle at the same time. Marie Jensen and Vera Thompson swallowed garlic soaked strings After surviving the initiation they settled down to high school life In their first class meeting they chose green and white for their class colors Their motto was Never Stop Unless You Arc Going In the Wrong Direction Class flower was the ever popular Sweetpea From the very beginning every student in the class took part in all the actlvi ties The bovs played football basketball and baseball while the girls put most of their time in on operettas glee club baseball and tumbling In their sophomore year they lost Claire Eorst and Howard Rogers and gained and lost Bobby McCoy This year as Mrs Harper Joiied the Marines Miss Robertson was chosen as advisor and has remained v ith them ever since During their freshman and soplhomc re years they earned money by sponsoring dances and having candy and popcorn sales The next year they sonsored a Junior prom in the c1v1c auditorium in Chehalis The music was furnished by the Wmlock High School Orchestra While in their Junior vear they bought class rings designed with a black Mother of Pearl setting In their Junior vear also four cf the boys Don Hansen Fortv Moravec Leo Luce and Roy Serosheck played football and with the help of two under class men and one senior box they brou ht down the Southwest Washington Cham pionship in 44 When the fall of 45 rolled around eighteen members had survived the past three years so they took the anticipated step and entered the senior realm At the beginning of the second semester Dick Buckovlc who the year before had left school to Join the navy returned to graduate with the class of '46 Class officers for our senior year were as follows First Semester Second Semester Maryella Joncs President Roy Serosheck Don Hansen Vice President Herbert Ulrich Carolyn Gibson Secretary Carolyn Gibson Jean Moore Treasurer Jean Moore Kirby Walker Sergeant at Arms Don Moravec Ernestine Schramm Council Members Maryella Jones James Guenther Don Hansen In their senior year they presented the play Mr Bean from Lima It was very successful and everyone had a grand time during practice All the seniors have enjoyed their four years of high school and believe that with the know ledge Gained thev in ill be able to conquer any obstacles they encounter , .. - - - n ., . , , , U ya , . - . a 1 v I Y 7 ' I f , . - r - - v . . 1. . . . X n 'p ' D X nf Y " Y ' Y A 7 u V V . ' - ' V rf ' - .. 4: . . . , , . . V Y . ,, ,. ,,,, ..,,.,. . , .. ..,.............. - - n ' n , . . . V. S it ,xx SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS Maryella Jones, Carolyn Gibson, Ernestine Schramm, Jean Moore, Herbert Ulrich, Roy Seroshek, Don Hansen, Kirby Walker. PAPER STAFF Maryella Jones, Ruth Dunham, Jean Moore, Florence Milton, Ernestine Schramm. Marie Jensen, Barbara Rippberger, Eleanor Guenther, Miss Robertson. Vera Thompson, James Guenther, Kirby Walker, Carolyn Gibson. Roy Seroshek Student Councll C13 Class Sgt at Arms C23 Class Pres1dent 12 43 Class Treasurer C33 Student Body Sgt Arms C2 33 Student Body Treas Q43 Sports il 2 3 43 Annual Staff Q43 Florence Mnlton Annual Staff Q43 Paper Staff 13 43 Glrls League Sec 133 Glee Club C1 2 3? Operetta C2 37 Dramatxcs Q23 Semor Play C43 James Guenther Annual Staff C47 Sports C3 43 Paper Staff K43 Councll C43 Vera. Thompson Glrls League Presldent C33 Glee Club C1 2 3 43 Band C3 43 Dramatxcs 123 Paper Staff 13 43 Annual Staff 143 Operetta 42 33 Glrls League Sec 143 Semor Play Q43 Jimmy Matthlesen Class Treasurer 41 23 Sports Q3 43 Annual Staff Q43 Junlor Semor Play Q43 Mane Jensen Class Sgt at Arms C1 23 Glee Club C1 2 33 Paper Staff Q3 43 Annual Staff C43 Operetta 42 37 Dramatlcs Q23 Herbert Ulrich Sports C3 43 Annual Staff 143 Class Vxce Presxdent 14 J Q" Fw'-M A92 A s 9 . 1 NV 'QTTS' Cf' ""Wz 1411133 Qu Ox 49 ri X 1 Jean Moore Class Vice Pres. 11, 2, 39 Band 139 Orchestra 149 Class Treas. 149 Class Secretary 139 Girls League Sgt. at Arms 139 Sec. of Student Body 13, 49 Annual Staff 149 Paper Staff 13, 49 Junior-Senior Play 139 Senior Play 149 Operetta 12, 39 Glee Club 11, 2, 39 Dramatics 129 Council 129 Girls League Treas. 129 LILO LULE orts 11 2 3 Annual Staff 149 Ruth Dunham Yell Leader 139 Annual Staff 149 Paper Staff 13 49 Senior Play 149 Gee Club 11 2 3 49 Band 13 49 Dramatics 129 Operetta 12 39 Girls League Pres 149 Glrls League Vice Pres 149 Bill Carlson Student Council 12 3 Sports 13 49 Junior Senior Play 139 Annual Staff 149 Nlaryella Jones Senior Play 149 Llass Secretary 129 Class President 13 49 Junior Senior Play 139 Operetta 12 39 Paper Staff 13 49 Band 13 49 Council 149 Glee Club 11 2 3 49 Girls League Pres 149 Annual Staff 149 Girls League Vice Pres 139 Girls League Plaque Kirby Walker Seruor Play 149 Paper Staff 149 Sports 149 Class Sgt at Arms 149 Entered from California 149 Donna Davis Senior Play 149 Class Secretary 139 Annual Staff 149 Paper Staif 139 Dramatics 129 Junior Senior Play 'Q , 'L xx . 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Annual Staff 149 . ., - " I ' ""' .i 59,4 5 I ' ' - ' 139 Don Hansen Class Presldent 123 Class Secretary 123 Treas of Student Body Class Sgt at Arms 133 Sports 11 2 3 43 Jumor Semor Play 133 Semor Play 143 Annual Staff 143 Councll 143 Valedlctorlan Don Moravec Class Pres1dent 113 Student Body Vxce Pres 133 Student Body Pres 143 Annual Staff 143 Sports 11 Z 3 43 Jumor Semor Play 133 Class Sgt at Arms 143 Class Speaker Emery Plaque Ernestme Schramm Class Secretary 123 Student Body Secretary Glee Club 11 2 3 43 Dramat1cs 123 Annual Staff 143 Paper Staff 13 43 Operetta 12 33 Semor Play 143 Salutatorxan Carolyn Gibson Annual Edxtor 143 C0unc1l11 2 33 Class Vlce Pres 12 33 Student Body Vlce Pres 143 Glrls League Treas 133 Yell Queen 143 Glee Club 11 23 Paper Staff 13 43 Jumor Semor Play 133 Operetta 123 Class Secretary 143 Dramatlcs 123 Faculty Speaker Duck Buckovlc Sports 11 Z 3 43 Class Presldent 11 3 23 F B A Pres1dent123 Student Body Pres 143 Paper Staff 123 Annual Staff 143 Jumor Semor Play 143 Semor Play 143 Salutatonan . i.l I l . . 7 I I 1 I I C0unc1l143 I' ! Y ' Y 8 Y A YQ!! Y 1 1 , . ANNUAL STAFF Edltor Carolyn Gxbson Assxstant Edxtor Jean Moore Busmess Manager Jmm Matthxesen Class Edltor Maryella Jones Sports Edxtor Don Hansen Soclal Edxtor Vera Thompson Last Years Events Mane Jensen School Calendar Florence Mxlton Reporters-Ruth Dunham Donna Davls Leo Luce B111 Carlson Herbert Ulrxch D1ck Buckovlc James Guenther Don Moravec Klrby Walker Roy Seroshek Advxsor Mxss Robertson "Na QD ""' as Q6- -Qi as QQ Nr it Ph 41 STUDENT COUNCIL Q J K 2 ew X' Art Editor , ,..,...,,.., .............,....,........,...,,,.,,., , ...,.,.,,.... ,..., .,.. , , , .......... E rnestine Schramm I ' 7 Y I ! ' 3 . I ! 7 1 . Y ' 5 rrrt.r W, f i rs-,.,t.r-..,, is it b gggifi' V F' sa X -' ' FW ""' ' A M it Q Q 1 . b , 6 I dk 'DW' C 4 5 . T l on . ' ' . Q h , ax Q wt E N .MW ,V 5 I . I Stanley Evatt, M. A. Education, Mathematics, General Science, Physics, Shop, Athletics. X V' Mrs. Charles Milam, B. A., English I II III, Social Problems, History. F Miss Phyllis Robertson, B. S., Home Econom- ics, Bookkeeping, Home Economics I, II, Typing, Journalism, Physical Education, Advisor school paper and annual "The Napawinahf' BOARD OF DIRECTORS Bob Hawkins ....... .................................................. .,,,,, C h an-man Delbert Emerson .... ................................ ,,,,,,, C 1 erk Harold Luce SUPERINTENDENT S MESSAGE I am happy to extend congratulatxons to you the class of 1946 for the pro duction of th1s Napawmah Thls book may serve as a httmg monument to your class whxch wlll long be remembered by our school Durmg most of your hxgh school days our country was at war But thls year we have returned to the pleasures and problems of peace These condltlons seem to be reflected ln our student body You seem to be happler and more carefree You have taken more mterest m all student actxvntxes and have completed a most successful season ln athletlcs On the more serxous slde you are graspmg the xdea that wxth the return to whxch were placed m the background durmg the war are now commg to the front You are realxzmg that to w1n and keep the peace an understandmg of both domestlc and foreign problems IS important Thls Napawmah wlll remmd you of the many happy occasions of your hlgh school days When that day comes as It always does when lxfe s problems seem such a burden Just turn the pages of thls book and re llve agam for a moment the happy carefree days at Napavme Vxrgxl O Butler peace, there are still many, important problems to be solved. These problems, DEDICATED to the memory of Arnold R Carlson and Vxctor H McGee who dxed gallantly ln the servxce of thelr country gm-mm 'Q' No not cold beneath the grasses Not close walled wxthm the tomb Rather m my Fathers manslon Lwmg m another room Shall I doubt my Father s mercy' Shall I thmk of death as doom? Or the steppmg o er the threshold To a bxgger brxghter room' X! MQ ER X it ef' tv 5 sl es a , K M ARNOLD R CARLSON Arnold R Carlson attended Glendale Jumor College of Callforma after his graduatlon from Napavme hx h school He was an outstandmg trackman and a member of the lettermans assocxatlon there also a member of Charros fratermtv In January 1942 he Jomed the Army Arr force and recexved basxc traxmng at Hlghey Fleld Chandler Arizona Thunderbud Fleld Glendale Arxzona and Gardner Fleld Taft Cahforma He recelved advanced traxmng at Stockton Fxeld Stockton Cahforma where he graduated and recelved h1s wmgs July 26 1942 He had fmal trammg 1n bombers at Alamagordo New Mexlco Army A1r Base Topeka Kansas and Lacklourne A1r Base Columbus Oh1o In November 1942 he left for England Hls squadron was the first Amerlcan Group to go mto Germany proper O1 hls flrst fllght February 16 1943 hls bomber was shot down over enemy terrxtory and most of the crew were kxlled Lt Kylms the nav1 ator advxsed the famlly later that Arnold as co pxlot kept the plane m the a1r untll frre broke out and they had to ball out When they dxd thrs Lt Kylms chute caught on the plane and Arnold stopped to shove hmm loose Lt Kylms escaped enemy terrxtory Arnold went down with the plane The Arr Medal and the Purple Heart were recexved by hrs family He IS burled ln St James Amerxcan Cemetery rn France VICTOR H 'VICGEE Victor H McGee was mductcd mto the army March 15 1943 He recexved hls baslc trammg at Camp Whlte Medford Oregon wlth thc 70th Quartermasters Company Later he transferred to Camp Adaxr Corvallrs Oregon Durmg the summer months he was on maneuvers around Bend and Eugene He was trans ferred to the xnfantrv March 1 1944 at Fort Ord Callforma He arrxved rn New Caledoma the last of May or June frrst to Jom the casualty company He was moved later to a nearby camp to serve wlth the motor pool On October 2 he was placed lll the mfantry and statxoned near the Phllxppmes On December 20 whrle servmg on Leyte he was h1t by a bullet ln the left leg below the hlp The hospltal shxo on whlch he was placed December 24 reached Manus January 4 and arrxved at Guadalcanal January 11 Here the bullet was re moved January 19 a month after the 1nJury On February 17 he shlpped out agam and arrxved at Leyte March 4 He fought on Ie Shxma and later on Okmawa He was servmg as a battle re placement ln the 77th DIVISION Statue of L1berty survxvors of Guam when he was kxlled . . . .U . 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