Napavine High School - Napawinah Yearbook (Napavine, WA)

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Napavine High School District No. lh Napavine, Washington N , -'N I JN 24,2 egg EAW MCLPLOOL Sandra Senne, Richard Matthiesen, Patsy Pea, Ruth Matney, Ronald Brown, Janet Senne, Helen Valeos, Beverly Mathews, Robert Channell, Mr. John- son, Bud Davis, Denny Smith, Ann Lee Bruenn, John Bruenn., -6- 'E f jadftky . . . x Aj X E o Q W xg X X ' 1 Q E rr: i ri. r 5-f E Q EZ , , f 1 , H 5,.a R . km-:agp K MU' ' A. H. SENNE, Superintendent Morningside College, Sioux City, Iowa Typing I, II Economics Business Law Band Basketball Coach JAM S NELSON, Principal Washington State College Biology Shop I, II, III Grade School Shop Senior Class Advisor -3. Congratulations to you, the members of the CLASS OF 19511. The pages of this annual you will cherish more audmmre as the years pass by. It is hoped that you have learned constructive citizenship as well as academic training, and that you will strive continuous improvement throughout your live. ffhff W . a,a.-,, 4 fr' Q al W J PAULINE GOTHBERG University of Washington English IV, Home Econo- mics I, II, III, Washing- ton State History, Girls' League Advisor, Freshman Class Advisor. REBAMILAM Washington State College English I, II, III, Girls' P. E., Library, Chorus, Junior Class Advisor. .9- FYNNE JOHNSON Washington State College Hath, Physics, Boys P.E. and Health, Washington State History, Baseball a1dFootball Coach, Sopho- more Class Advisor, "N" Club Advisor. LILLIAN SENNE Morningside College, Sioux Spanish. Mrs. Lowry Cook Ernie Robinette , Don Bachelor. Grade School Janitor Hlgh School Janltor School Board Grade School Teachers -40- cgwzzbxzs' . fx 2 , SMX ix 5 1 K " ff X r k ' 1 F x N H LEN MARIE VALEOS Girls' League Cl-2-3-hl Chorus Cl-2-3-bb Council Member Cl-2-MJ Class Sgt. Arms C22 Annual Staff C2-3 Class Pres. C3-bl Class Play C3-bl Senior P,ay C32 Basketball C3-bl Paper Staff C3-bl Paper Editor C31 S .W.W. Fair Queen Yell Leader Chl Annual Editor Chl Salufitorian M7 JANET ANN SENNE Entered from Wishkah C32 Paper Staff C3-hl Chorus C3-bl Girls' League C3-h, Girls' League Sec. CBY Basketball C3-M7 Class Vice Pres. CBJ Class Sgt. Arms C31 Class Play C3-bl Yell Leader CMD A.S.B. Treas. Chl Girls' League Pres. CMD Annual C3-hi Band C 3-I-U Carnival Princess Chl Valedictorian h.oo JOHN CHARLES BRUENN Council Uember C17 Football C1-2-3-M7 RICHARD LOWELL MATTH ESEN Baseball cl-2-3-by Class Sgt Arms cl, Basketball C1-2-3-M7 Class V1ce greg, C2 37 E5:sE1EZe?i-gEg.hj Annual Staf D WNW Club Pres. C37 Senior Play Ch 5 Class Sgt Arms Chl 2128562231 ?gfH,c2' Y Senior Play C37 A.S.B. Pres. CM7 RUSSELL WAYNE DAVIS Class Sec., Treas. Class Sgt. Arms C2- Council Member C27 Football C2-3-H7 Baseball Cl-2-3-M7 Basketball C2-37 HNU Club C2-3-H7 Class Treas. C3-h7 Class Play C3-M7 Class Pres. Ch7 .45.. C27 37 BEVERLY BENITA MATHEWS Class Vice Pres. C17 Girls' League Sgt. Arms C17 Chorus Cl-2-3-M7 Girls' League Cl-2-3-h7 Class Vice Pres. C27 Class Sec., Treas. C37 Class Pres. C37 Paper Staff C3-h7 Annual Staff C3-h7 Class Play C3-h7 Basketball C37 Girls' League Vice AeSoBo Sec. Ch, Yell Leader Cb7 Pres. Ch7 RUTH JOYCE MATNEY Entered from Montana Q25 Chorus C2-3-bl Girls' League C2-3-M7 Class Sgt. Arms C27 Girls' League Treas. 43, A11 School Play C25 Council Member C35 Class Play C3-U5 Basketball f37 Class Sec., Treas. Chl Carnival Princess f3l ROBERT EDWARD CHAPPELL 'NW Club f3-hy Basketball C1-3-hl Football Q1-3-bl Baseball Q1-3-hl Paper C3-bb Annual C3-bl Class Play C31 Council Member Chl Class Vice Pres. Chl All-Star Football Center KD, RONALD WAYNE BROWN Basketball Cl-2-3-bl Baseball C1-bl Football K3-gl All School P ay 427 Class Play C3-bl Senior Play C37 Annual C3-bl nNn Club C1-2-3-L, DENNIS WAYNE SMTTH Annua1'fb5 Class Play Chl Class Sec. Chl -14- ,jwhaiory It was thefall of 1950 when sixteen lost freshnm started along the path to four short years of hig1schoo1,which at thetime seemed so long to the class of 19514. The students entering high school were: Helen Valeos, Ronald Brown, Garyv Cabe, Robert Chappell, Beverly Mathews, Dennis Smith, Muriel Randall, Billy Randall, Thelma Koons, Willie Knee, and Johnny Bruenn, who had all successfully finished grade school at Napavine. Those enterirg from Jackson Prairie were: Patty Koski, Leola Swayze, Richard Matthiesen, and Melvin Galivan. Ella Hughes came from Seattle. Just as we were getting used to theways of high school days the sophomores really gave us a scare. They initiated us but after getting rid of lipstick we once again settled down to the good old high school days. We chose the Yellow Rose as our Class Flowezy Scarlet and White as our'Class Colors, Hamburgers and French Fries as our Class Food, and 'Experience Is The Best Teacher", as our Class Motto. The Girls' Leagme gave tin first dance in honor of us. We decorated and served. In our sophomore year we gained four new students: Rowland Randt from Winlock, Ruth Matney, from Missoula, Montana, Jack Knee from Port1and,.0regon, and Leonard Porter from Pe Ell. We properly initiated the freshmen and gave them a party the same night to make them forget the sting of the paddles. At the beginning of cur junior ymrwe gained cne new student, Janet Senne from Wishkah Valley. On November 7, 1952, we gave our junior play called "A Ready-Made Family", and by a strange coincidence we received our class rings the same day. For the first time in manyuyears, the junior class gave a Junior- Senior Banquet. The banquet was given at tts St. Helen's Hotelin Chehalis in the Grill Room. All the teachers and their husbands and wives were invited. After the banquet most of the students went to the show. The banquet was held on May 8, 1953. We finally reached the last year of our high school career. A year which every high school student looks forward to. Our senior year. Our senior play was given on November 10, 1953. It was a great success. The name of the play was, "Look Out Lizzie". We plan to go to Canada on our Skip Day sometime in May. Our baccalaureate date is set for May 23 and the graduation date is set for Hay 25. A fildkvs . , , r.--v,-,-.-v- -.-,-.,,,. f-w-.-y--m-w..-.,,-.,.,.,-v- .., --.-qu .,..vf has' WW We, the Tigers of 'Sh, being of sound mind and memory, and fully conscious of the fact that our departure from school will leave a va- cancy that can never be filled, do hereby make, ordain, and declare this to To To to hand To be our last will and testament. the individual teachers and custodians we leave the following: Mr. Senne we leave our old poor work slips that we neglected in because of, should we say, 'shamefulnessln Mr. Johnson we leave the sayinv that we seemed to put to such good use in publishing our annualg 'Don't do today what vou can put off until tomorrow.' To Mrs. Milam we leave the out-of-date magazines which she has been so frantically looking for!! Don't you know that only the senior class is interested in the world of today and they must concentrate fully on the pictures featured in the 'Life.N To Mrs. Gothbers we just leave--because if we don't ----- she will! To Mr. Nelson we leave the memories of our peaceful play prec-- tice nihhts. To lr. Bachelor we leave the building only just a little messy-- after all, what other plans did you have for this summer?? As individuals we wish to leave the followiin to our friends: Janet Senne wills her ability to spoon In class to Patty Jensen- have fun dodging, Patty. Richard Matthieszn' wills his ability to play Romeo to Jack John- son--beware girls! Bev. Mathews wills her flirtatious ways to Shirley Wadley, better practice up, Shirl, here's one that is hard to beat. Denny Smith wills his dark manly good looks to Gary Stedham. Re- member, Gary, women go for the strong, silent type! Ruth Matney leaves her ability to argue with the teachers to Car- ol McGhie--better hop to it, Carol. John Bruenn wills his easy going manner with the girls to Walterh White. Hy, new nice!! Ronnie Brown wills his tall stature to Denny Lanland--Ronnie al- ways did practice good health habits such as setting plenty of rest-- especially in English Class. Bud Davis wills his grumpy manner to Edgar Luce-dwe are sure that he will want Helen Valeos Marie Thomas. we Bob Chappell to Virgil Bluh ! We sincerely to reform! leaves her ability to get alone with men teachers to all know that Marie has the technique to do so! leaves his 'buddy buddy friendship' with Mr. Senna I wonder why?? hope that you will put to good use these possessions that we have so generously bestowed upon you. Signed, -46- SENIORS OF 'Eh pl'0l9 QC? Let us take our crystal ball and look into the future year of 19805,-land see what the years have done for the members of the Class of ' o Look! Is that--yes, it's Johnny Bruenn, the famous civil engineer. le see that he is the greatest engineer in the world and has had a lot of offers to build a bridge across the Pacific Ocean. Johnny has done a lot of traveling all over the world doing his work and he has made quite a few stops at the Leaning Tower of Pizza to see what makes it lean. His biggest construction so far is a dam on the Amazon River which is twice as big as Grand. Coulee Dam. The crystal ball shifts the scene to the capital of the United States where Congress is now in session. Let's sneak in and see what is taking place. There is the woman senator from Oregon getting the floor. Don't tell me it's Ruth Matneyl Yes, we've heard big things of Ruth since she left N.H.S. and married David Cooper. They moved to Portland and both entered politics. Now they both have seats in the Senate. Commentators always use Ruth's statements and ask for her opinions when something big comes up. When her term is up this fall I understand she is going to be an ambassador to Russia. Since things are still pretty touchy between the United States anillussia the people feel Ruth is the best person to be sent. Ruth has also been one of the ten best-dressed women in the world for a number of years now. Denny Smith is coming into view now. Denny decided to make the Air Force his career after joining and he fast became the bestjet pilot at the base. Recently he made a flying trip to the moonand when he came back he had his long lost high school sweetheart CJo Ann, with him. She had been shot from a cannon and hadn't been found. They were married soon after and now Denny and his wife are making a tour of the United States giving lectures of his romantic flight to the moon. A fine mist spreads over the scene so we just tap the crystal ball a bit and it begins to clear up. Into our view comes a gruff sargeant barking orders to his men who azemarching in the hot tropical noon-day sun. Rumor says that already ten men have had sun strokes since they have been marching, since early morning. We look at him closer and see no other but Russell Davis, Bud as we called him, now in the easy job of Sargeant of the Army and living off the fat of the land, so to speak. He is doing so well drilling his men he expects a promotion in a few more years and is well pleased with his success and prospects in the future. A Look at that sign all lit up in neon lights,"Ronnie's Rendezvous Ritz"l That couldn't be curold school mate, Ronnie Brown's restaurant, could it? Let's tune the crystal ball in right and we'll go in and see. Yes, there's Ronnie bowing to all the customers as they come in. -17- .. W, ....,.--.,-, ...,-,.. -. Ronnie has on a pure white dinner suit and he twirls a,small moustache with one hand. I understand his cafe is world famous and it is noted for the delicious, delectable dishes it offers. Evidently he is doing very well in his business as he has been awarded the Nobel prize for the best restaurant of the year. He informed us that all the eye- catchina pictures of nwhat is it?' decorating his huge restaurant were drawn by himself. Hey, who could this be pounding away so madly on a typewriter that the sweat just stands out in beads upon her frowning brow. Look- ing around we see that this is a newspaper office covering several blocks. The desk of this person is cluttered with papers, also, the wastebasket is overflowing with wads of discards. Aha, she is finished with her report. Oh, no! Not Janet Senne! She just couldn't be the Gossip Column Reporter for Qhg Star. It is the largest newspaper in the world and the Gossip Column is noted for covering the most gossip and getting it first. My heavens, she is a new Hedda Hopper. Getting back to lights, isn't that Richard Matthiesen's name in lights on the marquee? It says he is playing the lead in the new Broadway play WDon Juan and His Haremn. After all the practice he got in his senior year at Napavine being thebig lover in the play a talent scout from Hollywood discovered his talents and promised to make him the Valentino of the modern world. Richard started out playing big roles of Broadway and from there he went to Hollywood and became the favorite, star among the bobby-soxers and all the lady fans. we find there is no other star today that draws a crowd to the box-office the way Richard does and we understand his latest picture is the best yet because of his great ability to play such romantic parts. What a day! So far we have seen most of our old chums but Bev- erly Mathews. What ever happened to her? Maybe our crystal ball can help us. Back goes our scene toWRonnie's Rendezvous Ritzn. Hum, could it be she is a dishwasher? No, we now see advertised in large bold letters an eye-catching picture, 'Slender Sue and her Sexey Six Salliesn. Inside we see Beverly in an alluring little costume singing a catchy little song to the action of much leg work and arm technique. Boy, oh boy! Just watch those customers perk up at that cute pair of legs and dancing routine. we realize she must have changed her name to Slender Sue and put her lovely legs to use. After the show she is flocked with admirers Cmale, naturallyl and expensive gifts galore. Our scene shifts a little and we see a tiny figure swamped in mink furs hanging on the 'arm of an old man as she trips laughingly along on her gold high heels. She waves a diamond-studded, inch-wide white-gold bracelet. On her perfectly manicured hands we see a diamond ring so heavy that it overpowers the eye and blinds us for a moment with the dazzle of its blinding rays. Who can this gorgeous bit of perfumed perfection be? They are helped into their new Rolls Royce automobile by 'om ritzy chauffeurs axitake off in a jet of power leaving a by-stander in their dust. The by-stander shakes his head and mutters, UWho would ever guess that she, the wife of the richest man in the world, Mr. Moneybags, was once a little average school girl from Napa- vine?N Of course we are stunned and when we look further to find out we see it is none other but Helen Valeos, now the world famous Mrs. Moneybags. Yes, that old man was her husband. She always told us WMoney or neverln. What will-power! -13- Our crystal ball is taking us to a fabulous house on the Riveria. Who could this big mansion belong to. Ah, there is someone lounging on the patio. At a closer look we see he has on bright phk lounging pajamas and is puffing on a huge cigar. His name-Bob Chappell--none other than the big oil tycoon, one of the richest men in the world. Let's see how this all came to be. we hear that Bob was traveling in Texas and he saw a big cactus on the side of the road which he admired and he decided he must own the land around there. Soon after he bought the land he was walking along admiring the cactuses he had bought when he stepped on a soft spot of ground and something black oozed up. After closely scrutinizing it and having tests made he discovered it was oil. He started drilling promptly and thewells have been producing ever since. He has made millions and now just loafs around taking in a lot of night life and traveling a lot. we now see Mr. Nelson in the crystal ball. After putting up with the class of 'Shu for four long years he has been searching for a may out of teaching school. Can we blame him? After teaching so many years, is it any wonder he wants to find the Fountain of Youth to gain back those young years he lost while teaching at N. H. S.? Now he has one of the best scenery centers in the world where he gets the peace and quiet he has long longed for. Upon visiting him we received only a slight glimpse of him for he dashed madly over the hill to him bomb shelter under the ground with his hands over his head. Could it be we were that hard on him? Watch out!! There went our crystal ball into a million pieces. The strain on it must have been too much for it. Oh well, it has done it's duty well and 1re'1l get a new cne for our next view into theihture of the Class of 19511. N I-a xii-4 ,pi , U 449 555-Ent P . 5 1 7' si ' ' il BABY PICTURES 1. Russell Davis 20 Denny . Beverly Mathews 3 L. Ruth Hatney 5. Janet Senne 6. Johnny Bruer 7. Robert Chap all 8. Helen Vale .4 9. Richard Matthiesen 10. Ronald Broun ,1.4df' 12-YEAR CLUB Only two members of the 195k graduating class have gone to Napa- vine all 12 years 5 Helen Valeos and Ronnie Brown. They started out as little first graders and as they caneup in school others of the Class of 'Sh joined them. Congratulations, Helen and Ron- nie, for being the only honorary members of the 12-Year Club! ,5 Av? 25 n gm YQ , Q 410740 xx XQ, 'EW , , W ff 5 N f ew N VM if F Jensen, Rowland Randt, second row: Pat Chappell, Sharon Smith, Delia Williams, Marlene Balestra, Linnea Peterson, Muriel Brown, third row, grz. Milam, Walter White, Patsy Pea, Dorothy Bluhm, Dixie McKee, John a le. irst row left to right: Edgar Luce, George Koons, John Engen, Andy 11711315 The Juniors had a falrly sufcessful year in '5h. November 20 proved to We their outstandino day as they received their much lonved for class rings on this date. Earlene Balestra represented the junior class as carnival prin- cess. March S was the date set aside for the junior class dance. The auditorium was decorated in yellow crepe paper streamers and refresh- ments of pop, cookies, sandwiches, and coffee were served to the fairly large crowd that attended. The Junior Play was presented on April 23, l95h. I As tradition follows, the juniors decorated the auditorium for the baccalaureate and graduation exercises. The class officers elected for the year were: First Semester Second Semester Edgar Luce President Andy Jensen Andy Jensen Vice-President Edgar Luce Muriel Brown Secretary Dorothy Bluhm Walter White Treasurer John Engen John Cable Marlene Balestra Walter White Mrs. Milam Sarqeait-at-Arms Council Members -22- Delia Williams Marlene Balestra Walter White Mrs. Milam Front row left to right: Mike Pea, George Milton, Bob Randall, second row left to right: Patricia Salisbury, Norma Annis, Nancyi Messal, Donna Clark, Ann Lee Bruenng third row left to right: Allen Srhmit, Gene Thompson, Charles Koski, Bob Moore, Mr. Johnson Lgajiamaaex The sorhomores started out the year with a bans by initiating the incominr freshmen. They gave e dance in honor of the freshmen on Sep- tember 13. The entertainment for the hirh school Christmas Party was pro- vided by the sophomore class. They presented a short skit that fol- lowed the Christmas theme. Ann Lee Bruenn was elected to represent the class for carnival princess. Ann Lee became Carnival Queen as the soohomores sold the most raffle tickets. A sock dance after the PeE1l game was sponsored by the sophomore class. The officers elected for the year were: First Semester Second Semester Janet Lipps President Gene Th0mPS0H Norma Annis Vice Pr6Sid8nt Nancy Messal Ann Lee Bruenn Secretary Ann L99 Bruenn Nancy Messal Treasure Mickey Pea George Milton Sarreant-at-Arms Charles Koski Patricia Salisbury Council Members Patricia Salisbury Allen Schmit Allen Sch it Mr, Johnson Advisor Mr. Johnson -23- Front row left to right: Jimmy' Wadlezf, Fred Mathews, Ronnie Elfidge: Disk Roberts, Gary Stedham, Lloyd Norman, second row left to right: Evelyn Madsen, Sally McKee, Mary Pea: Carol B091 Carobnf Moser, carol Mcehie, Sandra Senne, Judy Matney, MPS- Gothbergf thlfd POW' JUST' Muller, Dennis Leyland, Leslie Lyons, Shirley Wadleya Beulah GI'auma3'3 Patty Jensen, Delbert Morton: Lonnie Hitchcock' Jack Johnson Hiesffmm At the beginninr of the school year twenty-five scared freshman entered high school. The thought of initiation was coming up and man At the beginning of the school year twenty-five scared freshman entered high school. The thought of initiation was coming up and many of us were a little leery of what the sophomores would have concocted for us to do. On September 18, we came to school and the minute we stepped off the bus some of the upperclassmen were waiting for us with tubes of bright red lipstick. le made it through the day and that night there was a party for us in the gymnasium. we had to bring the refreshments. Each class elected a princess for the carnival with the class selling the most raffle tickets crowning their princess as queen. Carol lcGhie was elected as the freshman princess. The officers elected for the year were: First Semester Sandra Senne Judy latney Carol lcGhie Ronnie Eldridge Patty Jensen Freddie Mathews llrs . Gothberg Second Semester President Joey Muller Vice-President Delbert Morton Sec. 8 Treas. Evelyn Madsen Sergeant-at-Arms Lonnie Hitchcock Council llembers Patty Jensen Freddie Mathews Mrs. Gothberg FRESHMAN INITIATION C A R N I V A L fb SCHOOL DANCE -25- 1 -1 , 'Q ,mg . . 'Wiki' M ' f' "T V1-1911 we 9 ,. m,,.,' f 'Eli NM, NWN . ,. fag.. A 5ff'5F3-fm ,.- ,. , , M J, ,p ,Jw KZ J, - ' 'wzvi . wi 'Afffii y x nr A x 4 s M4 f x f xR A..f' QQQ5 D I cfiui ied E MUS"' -FW Q 1 +065 ' 4 950765 f Q Xxx Y j ' !Vfl1ffl I A ' M N s r PLAY Seated left to right: Allen Schmit, Marlene Balestra, Beverly Mathews John Bruenn, Mr. Senne, Patricia Salisbury, Walter White-standing left to right: Fred Mathews, Bob Chappell, Helen Valeos, Janet Senna, Patty Jensen agzwlenf Counci The student council has the power to qovern the Napavine High School Student Body. The problem to be voted on is brought up by the different class representatives, which are chosen by their own class- mates, and presented to the members by A.S.B. President, John Bruenn. The problem is thoroughly discussed and voted on by the members and if passed, is set before the entire student body for approval. The student body officers for this year were: President, John Bruenn, secretary, Beverly Mathews, treasurer, Janet Senne, and sgt-at- arms, Virgil Bluhm. -23- Z?a,.J First RUNS Sally HcKee, Evelyn Madsen, Carolyn Moger, Linda Moore, Janet Senne. Second Row: Donald Stewart, Donna Clark, Norma-Annis, Nadine Luce, Sharon McGhie, Dixie McKee, Shirley Hilts, Carol Hill, Joan Clark, Randall Parker, John Steinhoff, Judy Canady, Dick Aust, Johnny Gibson, Wade Baxter. Third Row: George Koons, Pat Chappell, Dick Valeos, Betty Estep, Karen Curtis, Karen Senna, Gary Hill, Jimmy Phair, Robby Phair. Fourth Row: Mr. Senne, Director, Buster Moger, Marlene Balestra, Sandra Senne, Duane Olsen. Missing from the picture is Donna Olsen and Ronald Baglien. This, the second year of the Napavine band has shown a marked improvement in it. Of the thirty-six members in the band, eleven are high school students. There are fourteen new members in the band that are playing in it. The band played two pieces at the annual Christmas program, UChristmas Greetingsn and NSanta Claus is Coming to Townn. The band played some marches at one home high school basketball game. On March 26, l95h, the band played seven numbers at the Spring Music Concert. Uwarming Upn, WNormalU, WMilitary Escortn, were the marches played. Ulndian Boyn is a novelty number played. HNorma's Dreamn, a waltzg UBon Voyagen, an overture, and HThe Star Spangled Bannern were the other numbers played. The band also played at the graduation exer- cises. -29.- gh UM First Row: Dixie McKee, Marlene Balestra, Linnea Peterson, Ruth Mat- ney, Sharon Smith, Delia Williams, Donna Clark, Janet Senna, Nancy Messal, Carolyn Moger. Second Row: Mrs. Gothberg, Muriel Brown, Pat Chappell, Sandra Senne, Norma Annis, Carol McGhie, Patty Jensen, Mary Pea, Carol Boe, Mrs. Milam. Third Row: Evelyn Madsen, Helen Valeos, Sally McKee, Patricia Salsbury, Beulah Graumann, Ann Lee Bruenn, Judy Matney, Dorothy Bluhm, Beverly Mathews, Patsy Pea, Shirley Wadley. Missing from the picture were Janet Lipps and Marie Thomas. The girls' chorus had a much his er membershir this year than in the previous year. Mrs. Milam went to Tacoma and boufht new music for the girls to sing and some numbers for the mixed chorus to sing. The senior plav'orovided the first performance for the glee club. HLet Me Call You Sweetheartn and uwishingn were the two numbers chosen for this event. PSiJver Bellsn and UO Holy Nightn were sung at t he Music Concert thathwas held on March 26. They chose the numbers, nPraise Ye the Fatheru and nThis Is My Countryn for this performance. The girls were a part of the program at both the baccalauete and graduation exercises. -30.. M,,,...-0 ,...--"""' !',.f..f MIXED CHORUS For the first time in many years the boys joined the girls to have a mixed chorus. Only five boys joined this year but there are hopes that in the coming years there will be a regular class for it. The mixed chorus sang two numbers at the Spring Music Concert, WYou'l1 Never Walk Alonen, and NBless This Houseu. Carolyn Moger, Janet Senne, and Sandra Senne sang two numbers at the Spring Concertg nThe Hight- windn, and NI Heard a Forest Prayingu. Marie Thomas sang NSecret Leven .t the Chehalis Kiwanis Amateur Show, April 2, 195h. The Girls' League had a fairly successful year. They held the first dance of the school year in the gym on October 16. The gymnasium was decorated with colored balloons and crepe paper streamers. At the carnival the girls sold home-made candy and in the lunch room had the rest of the refreshments that go with a carnival such as hot dogs, cake, and coffee. Four girls,Sandra Senne, Ann Lee Bruenn, Donna Clark, and Marlene Balestra, went to the Fall Girls' League Conference at Onalaska. Mrs. Gothberg accompanied the girls. The paint for the girls room has finally been put on. The colors are rose and blue. On April 30 the girls held the Mother's Tea in the high school auditorium. The officers elected for the year were: First Semester Second Semester Janet Senne President Ruth Matney Beverly Mathews Vice-President Beverly Mathews Dorothy Bluhm Secretary Muriel Brown Janet Lipps Treasurer Janet Lipps Judy Matney Sargeant-at-Arms Sandra Senne Mrs. Gothberg Advisor Mrs. Bothberg -31- -vvH"""""n ...nv-'fl-.- ,,,..-v-"""'-' ,,..-v'v"" ,gnu-'TZ ,,..-ns" -1'1" ,.-an""'1 ,mn-v"' W ,Q-ali' First row left to right: Allen-Schmit, Jack Johnson, Rowland Randt, Leslie Lyons, Second row left to rivht: Edgar Luce, Andy Jensen, Web Chappell, Ronnie Brown, Johnny Bruenn, Bud Davis, Third row leit to right: Delbert Morton, Georve Milton, Bob Moore, John Engen, Gene Thompson, Walter White, absent 'rrw th' pirtwre, Virgil Bluhm effmmm MQW 4 , L, ei, o, 72616 ., A A The NNN Club had a fairly successfwl year. The members are pretty proud of the fact that th's organization has made the most profit for this year. The boys sold pop, candy, and zum at the home football games and sometimes added hot docs to this list durinn the basketball games. The lettermen had a refreshment booth at the Carnival. They plan to have a Fathers' and Sons' Banquet in the latter part of Hay. Three freshmen, Delbert Horton, Leslie Lyons, and Jack Johnson are the new WNW Club lettermen. ...32- Seated left to right: Muriel Brown, Patsy Pea, Beverly Mathews, Janet Senne, Ruth Matney, Helen Valeos, Sharon Smith, Linnea Peterson, stan? ing left to right: John Cable, Rowland Randt, George Koons, Marlene Balestra, Walter White, Edgar Luce, Delia Williams, Mrs. Milam, Bob Chappell, Pat Chappell, John Engen, Dixie McKee, Andy Jensen, Dorothy Bluhm aww :km The nTiger's Talon paper staff consisted of the entire junior class and the second rear typing students. Mrs. Milam was the advisor for the juniors, who wrote the news, and Mr. Seine supervised the typing students. The nTiver's Talen was published monthly and it contained newssf the Napavine High School students and also of the residents of Napavi1e vicinity, Linnea Peterson was elected cheif editor of the year and her assisstant was Delia Williams. Janet Senne acted as circulation manager. -33..- Silas Long- - - Sarah ------- enior f9 LOOK OUT LIZZIE - - -An old farmer- ---- - - - - - - His wife- - - - Hagel ------------ Their daughter- - - - - Lizzie Blanks -------- The hired girl ----- Hank Blinks -------- Minnie Hall ------ Richard Biltmore - The hired man ----- - - -Johnny Bruenn ------Ruthllatnefy - -Beverly lath us - - - Helen Valeos - - - -Denny Smith The neighborhood gossip- ----- Janet Senne - - - A stranger- - - - - - Dave Hinkle --------- An old miser- - - Stage Managers- Richard Hatthiesen - - - - - Russell Davis - -Robert Chappell - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Ronnie Brown Director- -------- - ----- - - - ----- lr. James Nelson .44- 'L O O K O U-T L I Z Z I En THE STORY Hazel Long, the only child of a backwoods Indiana farmer, tires of country life. She receives little sympathy from her parents,especially her father, who refuses to leave the old farm because he believes some Eastern men are interested in a rock quarry, which partly lies under his farm, and which was part- ly worked by theHamilton Quarry Company several ago. Hazel meets Richard Biltmore, a stranger from the city. They fall in love with each other. This is an awful thing, according to Minnie Hall, the neighbor- hood gossip. However, Hazel's parents finally permit the stranger to come to see her. Hazel insists upon receiving Richard in city style, so she makes the family ndoll upN.She dresses Hank, the hired man, as butler, and Lizzie,the hired girl, as maid. They all appear much out of place in their costumes. Everything is set to receive Richard, who finally appears, but informally dressed.Imagine the family's embarrassment, since they expect him in evening attire. But that isn't all. The maid falls for Rich- ard and the fun begins. Hinnie, the gossip, calls, and the evening becomes a scream. Next morning the maid comes up missing and so does Richard. The whole country is in arms.In the meantime, Dave Hinkle, an old miser, calls to collect the mortgage on Long's farm. Richard returns, however, just in time to save the old home, and, of course, marries Hazel. Minnie marries Dave, which give Lizzie and Hank an idea. -35... V t L, L Most Most Most Best Best Talented School Spirlt A11 Around Athletics Dressed Class Cut-Ups ROGUE' S GALLERY 1. Most Popular 2. Best Dancers 3. Best Looking M. Seniors Most Likely To Succeed 5. Friendliest 6. Best Figure and Physique Mmsww f X M 'X v 4416.- K ll ,gif 'ws Lghaafx M wa? F 5 'ER S' f 5:1 5-' ffifk gw xx N ,g lv C' an-uf" X Q U fx' sf Qi POSITIONS Quarterbaoks--Bud Davis Edgar Luce Leslie Lyons Centers-Robert. Chappell Bob lloore Half-Ba.cks-Johnny Bruenn Gene Tbompson Virgil Bluh Ronnie Brom Ends--Virgil Bluhm Ronnie Brom lndv -Tensen Jack .Johnson LEAGUE STANDINGS Wins Losses Toutle Lake 5 1 Wishkah S 1 Adna. h 2 Napavine 3 3 Oakville 3 3 Lebam 1 5 Rainier O 6 At a play-off game between Toutle Lake and Wishkah on the Napavine field, Toutle Lake won the football championship for the season of 1953. laik!! First RowS Bud Davis, Robert Chappell, Johnny Bruenn, Virgil uluhm, Ronnie Brown. Second Row: Edgar Luce, Bob Moore, Andy Jensen, Gene Thompson, Leslie Lyons, Jack Johnson, Kr. Johnson, Coach. Napavine had a fairly successful football season this year, play- ing six league games, winning three and dropping the other three. The team opened their 1953 football season by beating Oakville in a prac- tice game on the Oakville field. They also won over Boistfort, at a later date, in another practice game at Klaber. The 'Tigersn placed fourth Fiul03kVi116 in league standings. They were beaten by Wishkah andAdna on the home field in close games and by Toutle Lake. ' The games were allplayed hard and with the spirit that they would play the best they could,win or lose, from the start to the final gun. One senior, Robert Chappell, placed on the All-Star football team for the Southwest washington sixeuan Football League. He was the first team center. Two seniors made honorable mention, Johnny' Bruenn and Ronald Brown. Napavine Napavine Napavine Napavine 12 Oakville 6 3h Rainier 20 2h Lebal lh 13 Oakville 12 SCORES Napavine Napavine Napavine Napavine 22 28 3h 12 Wlshkah 2h Adna 33 Boistfort 33 Toutle Lake 72 -we -wf-lf-nvv-v-.....c-.3 W - aw- --fe--W . f wmv-.Y ..,. ,K ,..n, cw. -e. .---wr' -n-r-ww-v--f-rm Z?f,wLeiLa! First Roux Robert Chappell, Ronnie Brown, George Hilton, Andy Jensen, Virgil Bluh , Joey H ller, lanager. Second Row: Edgar Luce, Gene Thomps n, Johnny Bruenn, Delbert Horton, Hr. Senne, Coach. The '53-Sh basketball season didn't show to successful for the Ti- gers. Although they had a h-15 win to loss record, they were in there fighting in every game played. The disadvantage to the Tigers was heighth. The scores were as follows: Napavine Napavine Napavine Napavine Napavine Napavine Napavine Napavine Napavine Tenino Oakville Oakville Morton Morton Tenino Pe E11 Toutle Lake Rochester -40. Napavine Napavine Napavine Napavine Napavine Napavine Napavine Napavine Napavine Napavine h8 hz 22 33 hh MS h8 hz 39 91 Pe E11 Boistfort Toutle Lake Adna Rochester Boistfort Adna Wishkah Wishkah North River LEAGUE STANDINGS Toutle Lake Boistfort Adna PeE11 Napavine Won--Lost 8 9 6 2 3 5 2 6 1 7 INDIVIDUAL SCFRINGS Luce Bluhn Thompson Bruenn Brown Hiltcn Morton Jensen Chappell Schmit White FTM 63 55 21 11 22 19 10 2 8 2 1 FG Q1 65 27 26 17 18 9 5 2 0 O .-41- SECOND STRING BASKETBALL TEAM First Row! Lloyd Norman, Mickey Pea, Ronnie Eldridge, Charles Koski, Freddie Mathews, Allan Schmit, Joey lnller, Manager. Second Ron: Bob Hoore, Welter White,Jack Johnson, lr. Se ne, Coach, Jimmy Wedley, Les- lie Lyons Napavine Napavine Napavine Napavine Napavine Napavine Napavine Napavine 19 35 35 sw 16 19 29 33 26 Tenino Oakville Oakville Norton Morton Tenino Pe E11 Toutle Lake ig! 4 gee? 13 A -L - E i ik! ggggsg Napavine Napavine Napavine Napavine Napavine Napavine Napavine Napavine ...42- ? 1 X 52 M8 56 L7 Toutle Lake M5 149 51 61 Rochester Pe E11 Boistfort Adna Rochester Boistfort Adna ..........fa....- .. A.. .-.fa W. ..- QM' ' fgzzxiefzfzl - R g Linn P t son Janet S nne Sharon Smith Delia Williams, gens? Clark, PZ: Cgaggellz Sandra Senna. Second Row: Hele Valeosa Sally McKee, Dixie McKee, -Norma Annie, Eileen Miller, Dorothy Blllhlb Ann Lee Bruenn. Missing from une picture is Janet Lipps. The girls' basketball team played three games during the H53-Shu basketball season. They exchanged games with Ilshkah and the first place team from the Tri-County Girls' League, North River, played them The girls showed improvement with each game even a game at Napavine. though they lost all three games. The score margin was bigger with North River, being h2-16. The Wlshkah scores were closer, the first game ending 2h-19, and the second game 35-30. In both Uishkah games the Napavine girls led at the half but couldn't seem to come back as strong in the third and fourth quarters to have a victory. The starting line-ups were: Donna Clark, Sally McKee, and Janet Senne as forwards, and, Pat Chappell, Sandra Senne, and Dixie UcKee as guards. The scoring was as follows: Janet Senne was high for the games with hh points, Donna Clark scored lb points,Sally HcKee S points, and Delia Williams scored 2 points. W 'Q 4 ,wma l First row left to right: Delbert Norton, Bud Davis, Bob Chappell, An- dy Jensen, Edgae Luce, Virgil Bluhm, Charles Koski, Walter White, John Bruenng second row left to right: Gene Thompson, Allen Schmit, Bob Moore, Fred Mathews, Ron Eldridge, Ronnie Brown, Lloyd Norman, Leslie Lyons, Jack Johnson, Mr. Johnson, absent from the picture, John Engen Em? X Baseball League Game Schedule Toutle Lake at Napavine-April 9 April 30--Napavine at Toutle Lake Hgpavi-ng at Uinlgck-April 15 May 7'-Nil'110Ck at Napavlfle Toledo at Napavine-April 23 May lb-Napavine at Toledo ..44, YELL LEADERS Beverly Mathews, Janet Senne, Helen Valeos SONG QUEENS Ann Lee Bruenn, Janet Lipps -45, 1' ne. 9"' . ' 1. , 'A 1 '25-'wk .qmxf M 1 . " 1 ffl? Jqiiff, 5 '4 .- : . :gg ,ugh 5 :- ' H+ r 1 , ,1-', A-,jam--g,:fY 41 W ,K 1 : H54--.V ," iw- ' .wt x X-w.,,,. -U., ,',1,,,,, 1wA,, 12 A , Q39 1' 1' u1Jw1r+' U' ' ' ,A Q'-fa. 1. J' ' gf M 3. ,,1f,,1x1.f,fw','N f ,NJ Q u.':-f,wp'1,,-X c Q1 wr 4 -Q.- ' 54 HM.. 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Singer NOJTMBER lO-Senior Play "Look Out Lizzie" 18--College Conference for Seniors in Chehalis 20--Carnival. Juniors receive class rings fell DECEMBER W-gifs, y , ' ""' X 'fl Vanin Y UAL1' MII. "W If , ' MMP 4 A J Html!! ". ' ':':li:e- '- X X i 19--National Assembly. Trapoline Stars i ag was Q' Q 4 X V 7 .- 5-Basketball Jamboree, Chehalis A P Q! fx 15-National Assembly. Melodaires 1. .. 21-New Stage Curtains Put Up C ' H 22-Christmas program Y I ' 23-Start of Christmas Vacation JANUARY 14-Back to school from vacation 7--Annual pictures taken I W., lb--National Assembly. deVris Trio ' 'Q' rg ' wx W x 'Q 1 L 9 1, ? EEERUARY 53 .25 2--Joint Assembly with Adna - Pacific Telephone Co 15--National Assembly. Glass Blower MARCH 1--National Assembly. Table Tennis Champions 5--Junior Dance A-1-EW " 'f WW 'W""""""f"-Ei'ff, 9-scnooi Election S A Q 22--Junior College Program ,l ww? ' 26-Music Concert G 30-Elks Basketball Dinner APRIL 3--Student Council Conference in Centralia 6-Spelling Contest in Centralia 23--Junior Play "Aaron Slick from Punkin Crick" 30--Mothers' Tea 13--Valedictorian and Salutatorian Dinner 23--Baccalaureate 214--Graduation 28--Last day of school L QM ,..,. fa X ff 1 N Wim 4 Y an f . Qffrnvlni .-j3i Nw FI RST GRADE SECOND GRADE -54- was "N-0-' K-. FIFTH Sc SIXTH GRADES . SEVENTH 8: EIGHTH GRADES -56- GRADE scHoo1. BASKETBALL TEAM Front row: Duane Allison, manaver, Edward Slemp, manager, Duane Olsor, Donald Stewart , back row: Dick Valeos, Bob Carns, Lee Koons, Tommy Caroll, Robbie Phair, Buzzy Lyons , Dickie Aust, llr. 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