Napavine High School - Napawinah Yearbook (Napavine, WA)

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I9 W! 0 Q.. -JL PubUshed bythe Annual Staff of Napavine High School Napavine High School District No. 14 Napavine, Washington 1 nnual .fluff WL hope that th1s annual wxll be ln years to come a treasure book of memorxes to each 'Ind evely subscmber The annual staff has enjoyed preparmg th1s yearbook of 1957 and we have strlved to carry on all past tradltlons connected wlth Napawmah annuals agmzhwqgmm Edltor Pm! mg Front row left to rxght Sh1rley Wadley Delbert Morton Joey Muller Sandra Semxe Sally McKee Mary Ellen Pea Patty Jensen and Evelyn Madsen Second row J1mmy Wadley George Mxlton Ronnle Eldredge Dlck Roberts J1m Johnson Leslle Lyons Jack Johnson Lloyd Norman Lmda Moore Jud1thCa.naday andMr Monger the advlsor Annual Edxtor ASS1St3.Ilt Edltor Busmess Manager Sports Edltor Art Edxtor Clrculatlon Manager Student Photographer 2 Sandra Senne Joseph Muller Mary Ellen Pea Delbert Morton Patty Jensen Sh1rley Wadley Evelyn Madsen X S I 4 ' ' X 9 1 9 X v i H . W , x . . . . . '1E:,i:z. .. -1 f'm.s.f.s:'E: " , 'N W1 g at 1 Q . , 5 , , , , y - 3 ! ! ! 7 V ! 1 ' 7 ' fedzcatzon Dv- I' Thu Clubs of 1957 has choben to dedxcate the annu 11 for thu: war to our clash advlsor who has bClVLd uh fzuthfully tor thc, p.1.e.L two Vcarb amd has al so dlrectcd both our Jumor Plfzy .md our bumor Play It lb wlth pluabure that we l9'7 0 graduates dgdmatc thlb Lnnual to Mr Edward Monger I O o ii , 'x ' -4? I ' - .' n 1 ll N X ' -'ga' 1 A m , 3 ' V 1 t X E ' I ' I L , V - ' - 1 . 1 , N ' ' , . . X 1 1 1 ' ' C r , 7 1 X ' . w . x N 1 A .I . 1 l . . 4-if 4 1 ,, .gn lffemotiam JENNIFER MILLICENT SLEMP . Present with thc Lord. " II Cor. 4 EJ .gi Administration ARTHURH SENNE SUPERINTENDENT Typmgl III Bookkeepmg Publxc Speakmg Band Congratulations to the class of 1957 Th1.s publlcatlon represents many hours of effort and as the years pass by thls w1l1 be more and more apprecxated The years you have spent 1n hlgh school have prepared you well to be useful cltlzens of the future The opportunxtxes for successful careers wlll be plentrful but the choxce you make w1ll be up to you Best wlshes to each and everyone of you CHUCK NELSON U S Hlstory Ka Gov General Sclenee World Affalrs Orxentatlon Boys' P E Xt Health Coach Freshman Class Advlsor Sxncerely ' I A. H. Senne . . ' 't. - I a I . 6 "',:.'f- EDWARD MONGER LILLIAN SE NNE English I III Trlgonometry Llbl-ary Ellgllsh II Journallsm Algebra Chorus French I Semor Class Advlsor JUI1101' Class Advlsor Annual Staff Advlsor Advanced Algebra GLENNYS PACSMAG JAMES NELSON Boys' Home Economlcs Exghth grade Home Ec Shop I U IH G1r1s' Home Economlcs I III Elghth grade Sh0p G11-ls' P E and Health General Math Washmgton State Hlstory F. H. A. Advlsor Sophomore Class Advlsor 7 7 . fs . 1 1 , . . T442 Teaaleu 1' font 1 ow left to rlght M1 s A1110 Hllts Mrs Uumcvr re Gcr5 and Mrs .Q-A001 Ecard Left to r1ght Lee Brown D W Olsen Fred Anms George Br0ss'1rd 'md B111 Schm1t hthvl Bond B'1ck row M1 Louls Gr1nne11 Mrs M1v Nnlson Mrs Clara Mm ton Mrs Jesse Ham11 ton and Mr Herbert He 1th Jr GRADESC HOOL JANITOR 8: BUS DRIVER Ernest Robinctte ngmuliffm 'Q' COOK Mrs. Martha Johnson 8 ao, HIGHSC HOOL JANITOR gl BUS DRIVER Wilbur Thompson SANDRA KAY Sl-INNI-I Claus lll'k'5lilUl1l Girls' Bxlslwllmalll -- Class S1'c'rm'l,:1ry - Cunrlimlznlc l'rlm'vsr- NllllIlXNll'lllh ASB SUl'l'l'l2ll'-Y" ----' -- Ulu-wr l,01llll'l' -- Kllrls' l.C11j.LLlL' -- DAR Aw:1rcl--- Annual Stull' -- lflllllll' --- ll1xr1ul'SuL'il'ly - l'1'usicl0I1L--- rm -- Stmlvnl Cnunc'il - - Clams Play ----- Bzuul - - --- Glm' Clulm --- VZll1EQlll'UlI'lilIl SHIRLEY MAY WADLEY Stulh-nl Council - ----- Class Suu. 'TI'0lI.HLlI'0l' --- --- ligp, Dill' Primm-ss ----- Pznpm-r Stzxll' ----- lllI'l5l 1,1-:lgllv -- ASB '1'1'uasL11'c1'- - - .-Xnnuul Stull' -- ---- Clruulnlmn Mgr. -- FHA -- - ----- Iiuml ---- - Class, Play' --- Glw' Club -- Sillllllllflflilll MJXNY lll l.l.l'lN l'l'IA Glu' Club - - ----- Slumlvnl Cwunvil l,ZlIN'I' Stull - ---- limlitfn' -- - Girls' l.c':1gL1v-- - - --- Cl ' ""1lSllI'1'l' -- - ---- -- ,nss bvr. - l 1 1 FHA ------- VlkT0"l,I'l!Sllll'lll -- Anmml Stall' - -- - - - Iiusim-as lllgr. - Czuulillzzu- l'rim's'ss Nzlpalwlnzxll Class Plan' - ------ ------ -'--' - 3 , Spcllmg Curmlsgfatzxlml -- Fun-ully Spl-:Lkvr w k 5 4. I K' 5 lf i Z I . My ff l 10 . 'f ' . Mai-'ff me Falw- lf gi- lf- -qf?' 'X f. I is .f ' -il ,uI""""" fl --W, Xi ' we 1? M My tif xii! l J A T if 1 . . : V 4 73' 1-fi , sl' Q- 4 'l, ts ,v 1' '...i.,,. 'lati- 34? X.-r 1 ,Sim DE LBERT DALE Mi JRTQ JN Class Vli'C'l7l'CSlill'I1l - - - Class President '----- ASB Presideiil --- Student Ciiuneil --- Annual Stall' ----- Sports liilitiir - Boys' Glee Club--- - Class Play ------- Football ----- All-Stxu' -- Basketball --- All-Star -- "N" Club --------- -- Vice- President --- Baseball ------------ Class Speaker Emery Plaque LLOYD ERIC NORMAN Class President ---- Baseball -.------- Class Treasurer --- Annual Stall' ---.-. Class Play ------- Buys' Glee Club ---- JOSEPH AUGUST Ml'Ll.l'lR Class President ------A Boys' Glee Club -A---- .-- Basketball-Football Mgr. - - Annual Staff A-----.v..ff Assistant liclitm' --- Paper Staff ---------- ldclitur ---------- ASB Vice-llresident --- Student Ciiunuil ------- Class Play --------- "N" Club ---------- -- S1-ct.-'l'l'e:1sui'1'r -- - - RIC HARD DAYTON ROBERTS Class President -- --- 1 ASB Sgt. at Arms -- --- 3 Boys' Glee Club -- -- 3,4 Class Play ----- ---3,4 Student Council --- -- 3, 4 SALLY JEAN MUKEE ' 1 'N ix S D 1!.:, 3-'W Girls' Basketball ---- --- l Carnival Queen ---- '----- 3 Girls' League ---- --- 1, 2, 3 FHA ---------- ------ 4 President-H -----4 Annual Staff ---4A-s- ---- 4 Class Play --A-------- --- 3,4 Class Vice- President --- -v---- 3,4 Band ---------------f --- 1,2,3,4 Glee Club ----- ---1,2,3,4 FHA Award -A f"3 if A r if , A M, , CHARLES JAivir:s WADLEY Hi -fanflllilflfl f5'?1Pl' f ,lx.f-N23 3- 53 ii' '- if , X' S' 79' Basketball --- ---' 1 "-. Class Play--- A--- 3,4 Q1 'gf' Annual Staff --- --- 4 12 335352 A 3275 A , f elt J A 'U gg' X .w ww, C.. ooo K 1' ,'. . "'. Q 11 lf ' N X rn tt 'vt 1 1 N If ,f -Q. 4 1 ', is ti' f ag? ' . by ll f 5 f -if . 1 3 o"-A" a, 1 f' . 5 1 ' 2' -fl LT? 4, - Y 'QQ ' Vi f 5 - 1 CY 1 -f 5 U T'-MZ? 17- .5-si,-3?i.,?L lil JACK RIC HARD JOHNSON Baseball AA-4-- -- --- Class Sgt. at Arms --- "N" Club ------- -- Sgt. ut Arms -- - Annual Staff -4A-A Football '--'- Band ----------- Boys' Glee Club-- EVELYN JAN!-I MADSI-JN Class Viee- l'1'esitlent ---- Girls' League -- - - -- - - Secretary -f----A-A Camlidate Princess Napam inah -- Paper Staff ------------. Class Sec. "rl'l'2lSlll't 1' Annual Staff ------ Photographer-H FHA ---e-.e.eA.A. Class Pres1dent--- Class Play ------ Band ------ Glee Club ---v GEORGE MILTON Class Sgt. at Arms-- "N" Club ------ -- President ---- Football -------- Basketball ---- Annual Staff --- ROBI RT RANDAII Lss SLI Ll Al ms slll Ll lv. Pl v Annu ll bl Lil PAIRICIA MAI' JI Nbl'N btudnnt Luunn 1! P :pm 1 St Lfl Ll bs V1L,e PlLSllilIll Lnlls lm :gum Annu xl 'ut uf All kdxtox L s Surntny 1 ss S lt 'Xl ns IHA L l lss D L CARY l'DVK ARD SI :Vs Qltk C I Annu ll 'ul Ili L, law 53.1 ll All x C I las YI y Bun! I DHAM N451 N ff 1144 M,.-av' If I ...bv M I FE? x,. RONALD hMLRY hLDRl' DOL Class bgt at A1 ms Cl xss Tre lsur ex AbB Sgt lt Arms btudent Counul Annual at xft l lper btaif B iselmll N Club Boys Glen Club ufelve eau Together X 'Q Seven Sen1ors of the 1957 graduatmg class have been classmates at Napavme throughout the1r entlre school l1fe They are Delbert Morton Gary Stedham Lloyd Norman Evelyn Madsen Mary Ellen Pea Patty Jensen and George Mllton 15 I Q L l- f -'Z A Q '4' A I' X f s - I' with 6 A K . N - 8 . . . ...,A..,,.... -,,,1 k :ai : 4 4 ,z w -,v ----w,,,,,A,.,,, ,,,, ? - ki ' . 1 H ' ----'--'A4------ "ji A TQ, A x. 1. --Q-fffffffffffffffffffjfi ' .. 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I A 5 , , , amor 61144 -ffutoty In the fall of 195.3 twenty one new Freshmen formed the class of '57 and were m1t1ated propel ly by the Sophomores on September 18 Those 1n our class that September were B1111e Jo Bun Carolyn Moger Carole McGh1e Judy Matney Mary Ellen Pea Sally McKee Patty Jansen Evelyn Madsen Sandra Senne Fred Mathews Gary Stedham Lloyd Norman D1ck Robeits Joey Muller and Delbert Morton entering from Napavlne Elementary and Carol Boe Shirley Wadley Beulah Grauman Jack Johnson Ronald Eldredge and Charles Wadley who tnteied from Jackson's Prairie School During the first year we added three more students to make twenty four They were Lonnie Hitchcock Dennis Layland and Douglas Walker Near the end of the year Fred Mathews left us We chose the red rose for our class flower and green and gray for our colors We decided to have "Climb to the top though it be rugged" as oui elass motto Hamburgers french fries and mllk shakes were our class food Carole McGh1e was our Carnival Princess and our advisor was Mrs Gothberg Dui ing our Sophomore year we lost s1x classmates They were Carol Boe Billie Jo Bain Lonnie Hitchcock Dennis Layland Carole McGh1e and Carolyn Moger Of course as Sopho mores our first job was to initiate the Freshmen After the 1n1t1at1on on September 20 1954 wt h id a party to welcome the new students At Christmas we put on the play "The Man Up for Princess Napawmah and our advisor was Mrs M11am During our Junior year we gained one student Kenneth Gratias and lost four Beula.h Gi ium LH Douglas Walker Judy Matney and Kenneth Grat1as We received our class rings on November 4 1955 Our Carnival Princess Sally McKee became Queen to rule over this tnnu tl event Evelyn Madsen was chosen this year to be our candidate for Pr1ncess Napwinah After quite an eventful year we presented our Jun1or Play Tumblin' Creek" on April 6 1956 We tool the Senior Class to Jantzen Beach for the annual Jun1or Senior p1cn1c Mr Monger was our class advisor Throughout our Senior year we lost only one student Leslie Lyons We presented our Senior play The Whole Truth' on November 16 1956 Mary Ellen Pea was our candidate for Princess Napawinah Other events in our last year at NHS were College Conference Novcmbex 28 Fleld trip to Weyerhaeuser Timber Company May 9 Vocational Day trip to Victoria B C May 17 Class day May 22 Junior Sen1or p1cn1c at Jantzen Beach May 24 Baccal iurcate Services May 26 and Graduation May 27 Sandra Senne was our valed1ctor1a.n 'mel Shirley Wadley our salutatorlan Delbert Morton was chosen for class speaker and Mary Ellen Pea as faculty speaker Mr Monger was also our class advisor this year as well as our mnual staff adv1sor 16 O O X ,, - E . . . L l , , . a 1 9 x ' ' ' , K y x Q y s . ' ' , , 1 l Q y v ' , s 9 1 7 . 1 - D Z ' l , ' , . . . , Y v X V I . . , . ' ' ' 1 - 3 l 9 I 1 0 6 . . : , . . . 1 . ' ' s D 1 . 9 ' 1 ' ii, , , . . . n . . . . 7 , Y 1 ' ' . 1 - stairs", which was written by a member of our class. We chose Sandra Senne as our candidate . . . , . , : 1: 1 , , y . . . . I , . . . y , . I U x 9 I 9 H . . 1 ' I Q . . - . . . . . , . , . 1. ' H V ' I 5 7 ' ' ' - 1 . ' . ' 1 , ' 9 ' ' ' , 9 ' , ' A .1 a ' ' a 1 Q ' ' . . I 3 9 - 1 ' , 9 ' , - ' , Q n n . ' 1 1 ' . amor glass W ll We the 1957 graduatmg class of Napavme I-hgh School on the day of May 22 19.37 bemg of sound mmd and excellent memory to the greatest of our ab1l1ty do make out our last w1ll and testament To the following we leave M Senne our superlntendent well we just leave V Mr Charles Nelson we leave our well used chewmg gum from the students he d1dn't catch Mr nger we leave regrettxng we couldn't have fourth year Engllsh M J1m Nelson we leave the scraps of metal m the shop to keep h1s old charlot runnmg, Mrs Pacsmag we leave the dlrty coffee pot because we never had tlme to wash lt before our next class To Mrs Senne we leave forexgn language because no one else can understand 1t To W1lbur Thompson we leave the dxrty floors hopmg he w1ll have less trouble wxth the Senlors next year Sally McKee w1ll my athlet1c achlevements to Dlanne Larson Patty Jensen w1ll my ab1l1ty to day dream 1n class to Duane Olsen Evelyn Madsen w1ll my ab1l1ty to dlg dltches w1th a Buxck to Mr Monger Slurley Wadley w1ll my qulet personahty to Ronme Fmk Sandra Senne w1ll my forward look to Judlth Canaday Mary Ellen Pea w1ll my ablllty to w1n spelhng contests to Norman Guenther Joseph Muller w1ll my roll of ba1l1ng w1re that keep my Chevrolet runmng to Duane Olsen for future use Delbert Morton wxll my athlet1c ab1l1ty to Mlke Matney Gary Stedham w1ll my secret of growmg black whxskers to Sandy Tyler Ronnxe Eldredge w1ll my ab1l1ty to be a poultry farmer to D1ck Aust Rxchard Roberts w1ll my l1ttle black book to Jack Norman Lloyd Norman wxll my ab1l1ty to make flles to Mr Jlm Nelson George Mllton w1ll my bus drlvmg Job to Lee Koons Charles Wadley w1ll my ab1l1ty to goof off m Chemlstry class to Marxanne Ragan Jack Johnson w1ll my ab1l1ty to have fun on leaves to J1mmy Wadley Robert Randall w1ll my whlte buck shoes to Duane Alllson S1gned SE NIORS OF '07 Wxtnesses ezffQf 17 I I l , . . , i. 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I 0 I, , . . . . l' 3 211102 elf!! ptoplecy Once agam I Madam Butterfly of the year 1969 am gazlng 1I1tO the crystal ball of the future Already I can see two new hlgh schools bemg bu1lt The populat1on of Napavme has trxpled smce the class of 1957 has parted and gone to f1nd the1r fortune and fame Speaklng fortune and fame I now gaze 1nto the crystal ball further and I see Lloyd Norman who now owns the Canadmn F1sher1es Th1S 1S also the world's famous spot for sport fIShlI1g and people from all over come to th1s place After workmg 1n a small telephone ofllce smce she graduated Mary Ellen Pea IS now at the head of the Telephone Company m New York She has also changed her name to Mrs Mary Wagner Here she comes now and no' It can't be but It 1S Mary IS dr1v1ng a 1970 Cad1llac So she must have done very well for herself Wlth her IS Sally McKee Pardon me I be11eve her name IS cha.nged to Sally Hayward I understand that Sally IS tak1ng a vacatlon from her theatre here 1n New York where she appears fxve mghts a week as a comed1enne Soon Sally w1ll have her own TV program statlon K D X ehlnnel 16 What IS th1s? The crystal ball IS gettlng hazy It seems to be gomg 1nto a dlfferent part of the world Why' there IS Patty Mathews 1n England and she IS des1g'n1ng a new wardrobe for Queen Kane Patty IS already a m1ll1ona1re from des1gn1ng 1n Par1s and other parts of the world What IS th1s I see? It looks l1ke a t1ny speck out 1n space As It comes closer I see It IS a shlp at sea I must be see1ng thlngs but D1ck Roberts 1S Captam of the 446 U S S Brannon He seems to be say1ng somethmg Maybe lf we l1sten carefully we can hear "Okay you guys stop your goofmg off and get to chxppmg pamt I'm 1n command here' ' Is that really you Jack Jolmson wxth a pa1nt ohlpper 1n your ha.nd? Get to work man' Don t feel too bad Jack I overheard that you were soon to get a transfer as Commander 1n Ch1ef of the next cruxse to Hawau As I look further 1nto the crystal ball I see a large room full of test tubes and d1fferent l1qu1ds Near the corner IS Sandra Senne dressed 1n a Whlte umform and she IS pourmg l1qu1ds together On her door I see the words 'Sandra Senne Phys1c1st of Tomorrow " so that explams It She has gone to college and sc1ence school where she has gotten her degree to be a physlcxst What IS th1s? The crystal ball IS gettmg hazy xt seems to be going 1nto a d1fferent part of Qeontmuedy l8 O 9 Y . . At t . 1 . of x . 7 1 o . 7 x . . . 4 - , . , Q.. Q in w . . , . 7 . , Y . . . 1. po.. . ' I 7 . ., . . , . . 7 7 ' , . l . ' 3 , .. . ' 7 7 ! ' 1 l . 3 Wh'1t's th1s? A race track? Yes lt lb and a beaut1ful black horse IS com1ng 1n to w1n There goes the horse's owner over to the w1nners' e1rcle and lt IS Evelyn Madsen Evelyn has won over S500 000 from the w1nn1ngs of th1s horse the Black Stalhon' She also owns the Belmont race track 1n New York and has f1ve other outstandmg w1nners racmg ln the forty e1ght states Now l see we are sw1tch1ng to Cal1forn1a where Ron Eldredge and Suzanne are happ1ly marr1ed and have blX ch1ldren They l1ve 1n '1 beaut1ful home 1n the San Fernando Valley I understand Ron IS on locat1on 1n Air1ca where he IS produc1ng the show Come What May There IS Sh1rley Wadley s1tt1ng beh1nd a desk and also beh1nd a lot of papers p1led three feet hxgh I get lt now Sh1rley IS execut1ve busmess stcnographer to the Pres1dcnt of the Un1tcd States Does she ever look busy' Keep up the good work Sh1rley She has the rad1o turned on and there IS a football game 1n play The announcer IS speakmg ' And Delbert Morton has scored aga1n for the f1fteenth t1me' Th1s w1ll be the f1rst t1me anyone has been able to score f1fteen touchdowns 1n h1story and lt w1ll go down 1n the books " Well guess you know what Delbert has been up to A cloud of dust IS r1s1ng 1n the crystal ball lt lS com1ng closer and closer It IS J1mmy W'1dley 1n h1S new 1nvent1on Not1ce I d1dn't say dr1v1ng? He 1sn't Th1s IS called an eleetr1c tr1on1c super propelled th1ng of tomorrow J1mmy has worked on thlb 1nvent1on flVC years and th1s lb 1ts l1rst tryout Be careful J1m don't let anythmg explode' Gary btedham IS also do1ng very well for h1mself He lb head manager and owner of the Ford Motor Co Here he comes now and he lS dr1v1ng a Bu1ek ?? What glves Gary? Now I see Joey Muller who IS the Chlef steward on the transocea11 l1ner Queen sharon Th1s l1ner IS the largest 1n the world and holds some two thousand passengcls This l1ne1 travels from New Yorl C1ty to the Orlent Joey welcomes everyone on th1s vox age George M1lton IS a L1eutenant 1n the A1r Force and has gotten a flVe star for h1s eourage 1n flymg a B 90 around the world 1n .20 hours Good fly1ng George Last but not least lS Bob Randall He and h1S Wlf0 Donna are happ1ly marr1ed and have flVC ch1ldren Bob has bought out the rubber plant IH Chehal1s They are now maklng f1fty t1res an hour w1th the new modern equ1pment of today The crystal ball IS gett1ng very cloudy and th1s tells me I have no more futures to tell I an1 very glad though everyone has been so successful 1n the1r work s1nce they graduated Best of luck to all of you V I9 . ji . .w . . . . . L , - . I. . . X 'N , . . . . 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YQ MaryEl1en Pea 4- if .- ,pw t 'lr 1 'ew ir Lloyd Norman Dclbc-rt Morton Lmry Stcdham I-,volyn Madsen Z0 2 f M WZ" A fj o'.... 1 A f VT 5 -E ' ..:,' 2.1. 1, .,, 3 Q ., A Q 5 , i M I ,O l In-I ' on " v"s!,gj F 1 Q "1 +.wk.i.if, Y Q :wk KZ H msg , , -l-N' z ' X Y v is ' K. - fs. - ' 'ff , 'MMS NM.?d""'y9 'V W Eiii l J 4 l'ront 1ow left to rlght Dlck Valeos Lee Koons John Glbson Larry Gratms Carroll H111 Bobby Cal ns and D1ck Aust Second row Jeanne D1po1a Ed Slemp Carlecn Cook Dlanne Larson L1nd.1 Moore Katherme Constant A11ce MIILOH and Mrs Senne the adv1sor amor Elan Fouxtu n Jumors entered thls 1111 ol 1956 md they were Ed Slemp D1c11 Valeos Lee Koons John Glbson Larry Grat1.1s Caroll H111 Bob Carns D1e11 Aust Lmda Moore D1anne Larson Jeanne D1po1.1 C'1r1een Cook Katherme Constant and Allee Mllton To e 1rn money for the1r elass fund they held flV9 dances dur1ng September :md October They also put on the1r elass play Let Me Out of Here" Apr-11 5 19 17 On May 24 they took the Sen1o1 s to J mtzen Beach for the annual Jumor Sen1or p1en1e The ofl'1eers for the year were Off1ee Pres1dent Vlee Pres1dent See Treas A Student Counc11 Representatwes Adv1sor F1rst Semester Lee Koons Dlck Valeos Dlek Aust K'1ther1ne Constant L1nd'1 Moore Bob Carns Mrs Senne Z2 Second Semester Carroll H111 Larry Grat1as Allcc M11ton Ed Slemp Llnda Moore Bob C lrns Mrs Senne 1 , - - - . . , 1 - 1 1 1 1 1 .. 1 1 ' . 1 ' 1 ' . 1 ' - 1 1 1 . 1 ' 1 1 ' 1 ' ' , - 1 1 1 1 1 , . 1 11 ' 1 1 1 '1 ' ' 1 1 1 1. 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' E 1 111 ' 1 2 '1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Front row left to rxght Mrs Pacsmag the adv1sor Barbara Ragan Sharon Vatne Pat Hanson and Clara Mae Eldredge Second row B111 Hoage Jlm Johnson Gall Ann1s Tom Carroll and Duane Olsen Back row Lester Tellevlk Duane Alllson and Norman Guenther Ben R Lndall was absent OIQAOIIIOTC glans Thls year the Sophomore Class began the year wlth thlrteen students and f1n1shed the year wlth the same thlrteen students They were Barbara Ragan Sharon Vatne Pat Hanson Clara Mae Eldredge B111 Hoage Jxm Johnson Ga1lAnn1s Tom Carroll Duane Olsen Lester lllltliltlflg the Freshmen on September 21 1956 For entertamment at the annual hlgh school Chrlstmas party the Sophomores presented a pantomlne and a short skxt The Sophomores also had a fa1rly successful year fmanclally They held a bake sale 1n November and a western style dance on Aprll 26 1957 The offlcers for the year were Off ICG Presldent Vlce Presldent Secretary Treasurer A Student Councll Representatlves Advxsor Flrst Semester Ben Randall J1m Johnson Tom Carroll B111 Hoage Lester Te11CVlk Barbara Ragan Mrs Pacsmag 21 Seeond Semester Duane Olsen Tom Carroll Sharon Vatne Ben Randall J1m Johnson Lester Tellevlk Barbara Ragan Mrs Pacsmag Tellevik, Dunae Allison, Norman Guenther, and Ben Randall. They started off the year by ll ll S. . A. ' ' ' F1 ont low left to r1ght Marrmne R lgm Glor1'1 Stmson Judy Lyons Judlth C1n1d xy Bt tty R md 111 Robc rt 1 M ltnf. V Ind K xthlm Ln Pe 1 SL Cond 1 ow D14 k Mullu Ronnu Flnl Mika m v o c x I' N rn 7'ze.4hman 614.45 Elementary were Betty Randall Jud1th Canaday Kathleen Pea Roberta Matney Marxanne Ragan Judy Lyons D1Ck Muller Lor1n Vlach Bob Slemp Jack Norman Godoy Hoxxt M1ke Matnty a.nd Sandy Tyler Fred Norman and G1or1a Stlnson entered from Jackson's Pra1r1e School and M1rt1n Hoagc. Jerry H1l1sberry Ronn1e Fmk and Paulme Clowes entered from va1 lous other schools Pat Sutton entered later IH the year but she only stayed at NHS a few weeks Throughout the year we also lost Jerry H111sberry Paulme Clowes Godoy Hoxlt a.nd Judy Lyons On September Z1 the Sophomore Class 1n1t1ated us mto NHS We served refreshments at the mnual student body Chr1stm1s Party To earn some money for our class we sold all oceaslon greetmg cards The offlcers for the year were Dlek Muller Presldent Marmnne Ragan VICG Presxdent Judy Lyons Sec Treas Judlth Canaday Godoy Hoxlt A Mr C Nelson Adv1sor Roberta Matney Student Counexl Rep Lorm Vlach 24 l - ' , ' : ' '. 1 1 , '. ' , K E ', ' ,. z lj : 1, 'z z 1,1 1 -- ':. 'M ' : 'f " 'a. M511 g , l,orin Vlawh. Bob Slc-mp. Jack Norman, Marlin H :nga-. Srm lv 'l'jlvr. :md 'rt-d for zln. On September 4, 1956, nineteen Freshmen entered NHS. Those entering from Napavine ' I X ' 3 1. l ' A ' 5 7 I Y 1 4 v v . s ' a y 1 . 1 ' v . I . X . . . '- a s s v' w . f V 1 ' 1 X x ' ' . h Y x ' K ' ' 7 9 ! ' E K V . . . . X , . . 1 1 w ' w L 1 . , - u . 1 . V V X A . ' w------ Il VV ' -------- -- S. . A. ' --.-------- - H H II 14540551 2442 Front row left to rlght V1rg1n1a Black Sharron Hltch Steven Foutam Elxsa Styger Nora Ann Oppelt Jcrry Arthurs Mark Hamllton KI'1St1I1L Schmlt and Mlcheal Aldrlch Second row Steven Wlllardson Eddle bpatg W'1ynf. Wallace Karen Uehlmg Mrs Bond the teacher Beth1e Hurluy Carlton Hoagc, and Charlotte Norton Zlld Q T142 11 Front Vow. lvl! to right: Lincl:lSovgo1'. .Sully Vutnv. J.1nu-s Curl-1415. C.u'oI Aust. :xml Gln-mln Bond. Sc ond row: B4-ve-rlv Gzlwith. Nathan Blawlx. lil-nm-th Olson. :xml l.:11'r'yKr0sscn. Third row: Donnie' RL-gun. Lslrrv lfrovus. lirncst Russcl. Dallv Pvdorson, :md lrvnv Allison. Fourth row: Mrs. BL-rg. tho tcaxchcr. Jnnicc lizlstmzln. Riullv Stinson, l':x1 Lyons, Jonulimn Dunham. :uul Tcrruv Scnnc is zlhsvnt. 26 32d zacle ont row lnll to 1g,ht lv Ph ll L m M IL11 Ln l'1ul lull shlll bm Lund rum Dchur 1h Hulsn Lllmn Stxgu Sl 111:11 bw ly IL Lunnu Arthu1s Lo11t 1 Phllllps C 111oll Cullxs 1nd l llsx bmmtt l'h1rd row D1v1d Dunh 1m Dm: Mu1phv St 1nl1 v Ifount 11n Dennis R ldll Tilly Munsl ll Bllly C lrroll 1mlT1mmx B1 nm tl B uk IOW John Lnhm U1 bu vmn H1 ndrlnl son L1nd1 Butlnlt 01111311 Munsc D1 mv, Bross 11d Pltlx Aust Jc11y Rulwlng L11 1 x M1tsr1n md M15 HSM 41' fade l- ll sl, row laft to rlght Judy B'1Lhlf. r J1mn1v Aust 1nd Bgvu ly Olson buond IOW G.11v Hxtch C lrollne M'1tnLv Svlv1 1 C111 mll J UHLL Ch n1 1nd C nolvn Kussln Th1rd row Esthur L lrson Rmhm y B.1yo.1 1 ltty btvbu Bob Rue knr .md Dorothy Gu 111. Fourth row L lrrv Nmtfel I'11r'V C lrns Rlch 1rd C.11ns K 1thy H.1m1lton and L1s1 Bnnnctt St indmg thL in uhm Mrs Hllts Mlkc Russell Mxkm Robbms Rlckcy BUI'llIlgdIT1L L urns Vl uh Lu Bushlvsr Joyce Arthu1s and Judy Uchlmg Z7 F1' ', 1' 11'f z L:11'11y l:1l:11'z, ild 'lv . 1c1h:1c1 "'sp. 1 d 2 :'.': . 'z 1 1 '1, ' 1 .'1:' 1 . ,, , 1- ' , . . u 1 ' ' , . , . . ' . . ,. ., 1. . , . , . . , . , ' . . ' ,l . . . . ' 1 1 z,'11 1 '1i', ' : 1' 1, '1""z Q1 ': , -T., IA, 1 ,.., , 1 ,, :..k, 2. 'I ..- Humilton. the Lvachcr. Gary Brown is absent from thO picture. 1 i . .NM W , sa' l ' N1 , s ,Q g V " . ' A 1 1 ' ' , ' , ' . 1 ' " l' ' . 1 414 ' 1 1 a' , '11, 1: 1 T,. . , . . . . . ' , , , ',.. I 1, '.: ...yi .' 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Thom lb Mz11g1rttBl1Qk C 1rol Townbend ind L 1rry Nclbon Bull xow R1ch'11 cl B0wm'1n Lt 1 B lchltl bh IPOD Bartlett Rom Marx v C U1 idly June Jc nun Lol 1 Llppb 1nd Jlmmy Str 1tton bhxrltv Allnbon lb Umm nt from thx pmtuu t 'male F11 bt low left to rxght Allen Mt:-,bil P1ulBl1ck Don1ld C umll G 1rv Blobb lld Delbtrt Estep Rlch 1rd btrqtton md N01m'1n Alllson beyond low Cmdv Mwbhall Carol Bcnnttt PIIFILI 1 bcnnt l lntll SlLllhll'Y'l J mtt C 1rnb C lrmen Gr 1t1f1b .1nclW1lm 1 Ho lgt I'h1rd row Tnmothy Bohlln DLl'lI1lb Norm'1n bharon Musscr Bubble Blick Kathrvn Lthm 1n Col ilu Anmb WIYYLH H111 MlCh'lL1 C lmc ron 'ind Mrs Ntlbon the tn lohtl Sandr 1 Brown lb absent Z8 f fade Pront low ldt to r1g,ht Tom Vatnt DlVld Larson Harl ln Ray John Stunhoff Dlfll ll Davls md Gordon V1 ich bu ond row Dorothy burd lm K xrc,n M'1r1L C'1rroll lx utn Cultxs Join Cl uk C'1rolyn E nstmln LO1b Mlesner Betty Estop Vlcltlc Bt nnttt md Mlkt M ushall Thlrd row Walttr Hall C'1rolyn Rxthfxrdson JL ln Matnty Ruth Ann L'1rson W11m1 C,u1 tus Lmdu Surf lce Theresa Sux dam and Mr HL 1th Blck row Mtssal Abstnt from tht plcturt lS Mxldred Allison Front IOVN ltlt to 11g.,ht Fxtd Aust Ronald Bagllen Jerry Matney Denny L11 son Dxvld Bl ll k md Donnxt bthnnt bttoml low Judle Flnk Marllyn Clark Donn 1 Olstn Kflrtn Ex xtkson bhn on B nthtlor K uwn henna and Nadmt Luce Th1rd row Don Olson Mvx nu Txlu Xumix 1 x I-lout Louno C lrns Lorn 1 Matson Shirley I-lllts Sheryl Good 1rd uxd Adt ll bowm Blok row Mr Grlnncll Larry Jensen Ranny Schmlt Ronmt bchmxt H uold Bowm m Guv Hill Eddlc MWITFL and Steve Stedham Daln bw IVIL ns lbst nt ll onn tht pn tux L 81 T442 29 l L ' , 'Q "' I M 1. 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' aff I 1 1 E5 Larry FOOT BALL De Iac 111. ntlmg., M1 Nt lson Lolth M nun Holge Lu lwons 1-db tmp DL Molton L11 I v bl 1 115 Bob sltmp J ntl Jt hns rn mtl Buflx Lyons Mm lgll Kneeling Godow Hwill Dlllx Vlliffb J1m Johnson Les lxons Les Tt llc v1l B111 Ho lgt md 'Iom C ll roll blttmt, Dlek Mullu M in lgL1 Under the d1rect1on of coach 4 huck Nelson the Txgers turned 1n a very successful footb tll se lson The Tlgers fxmshed th1rd 1n league play Our flrst contest was at the J tmboree September 15th ln Centralxa The Tlgblb pl iyed two halves wmnmg the flrst from W1 hkah 8 0 and loslng the second to Adna 13 12 On September 28th came the begmnmg of the 1956 football league play when Napavme played Toutle Lake at Napavxne The Tug ers fought a ha1d game and came out on top 27 26 The Tnger mol ale was h1gh after th1S vletory as they were rated as a twenty pomt underdog The team traveled to Ra1n1er on October 5th The f1rst quarter looked very good for the Txgels as they put across the goal s1xteen pomts At the half It was 22 14 In l1vo1 of the Nl-Ib Tlgers In the thlrd quarter Ramler ran three touchdowns across to take the lead .36 20 The two teams fought equally hard IH the fourth quarter but Ra1n1er came out on top w1th 1 41 28 wm Bolstlort came to town October 12th Napavlne had l1ttle trouble m settmg the Br was b nek 40 6 Napavme played host to Oakvxlle on October 19th Oakvxlle scored the flrst touchdown but on the fxrst play from scrlmmage hm Johnson took a pass from Delbert Morton th tt w ts good lox 1 00 vaxd seormg play for the Flgers At the half the score was 20 6 for Oakvllle Then N1p1v1ne's Jlm Johnson ran through the Acorn l1ne for three more touchdowns to fllllbh the g lllli, It 24 Z0 fo1 Napavlne Delbert Morton was mjured durlng the O11kV1116 game md w is out of pl ly for the rem'11nder of the season 35 b ., e. . - f.. -... . .. -V ' '- 1 xl 1 g ":t'z.'. bla 'z . 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' ' '. , t 1 , 1 5 I -4' 1 ' ' ' ' I . 1 4 1 I I Q x K 3 K K 1 ' x C V K l On Oetober 24th Napavine traveled to Wlshkah to play on a very muddy and wet titld The going was slow due to field conditlons The game ended in a tie 12 12 Thr Tigers traveled to meet the Adna Pirates on November 1st It was 1 very h 1rd lought g imc. the flrst three quarters but then the Adna squad went out ahead to win 20 1 5 lox the final gime of the season Tha Nflpavine Student Body is proud of their team because they finished third in thc. son md Delbert Morton made first and second team All Stars for the league respectively Napavine Toutle Lake Rainier B01 stfort Oakvllle Wishkah Adna 5. L41 34 league. The pre-season rating had Napavine picked to finish in the cellar. Jim John- ' 27 26 " 28 ' ' 44 " 40 ' 6 " 24 ' 20 " 12 ' 12 ' 13 20 Standmg left to rlght Lu Koons Bob Carns Tom Carroll Delbert Morton L11 rv Grains Jlm Johnson LCSIIC I yons and Lloyd Norman Kneclmg man lgels Ed Sclmp 'md DlC1x Muller faafetfall .95 ual A SQUAD GAME SCORES HOME VISTORS Napavlne Nap av1ne Nap av1ne Nap av1ne Napavxne Nap av1ne Nap av1ne Nap av1ne Nap av1ne Nap av1ne Nap av1ne Nap av1ne Nap av1ne N apav1ne Nap av1ne Nap av1ne N apavme Whlte Pass Neah Bay Oakvxlle Whlte Pass Oakvllle Green H111 Naselle Pe E11 Toutle Lake Ra1n1er Bolstfort Adna Naselle Pe E11 Toutle Lake Ramxer Bolstfort "' League games INDIVIDUAL SCORING Morton 3 Koons 4 Carroll Carns Gratxas Lyons Johnson Norman 47' 41? II Il ' 41 ' 51 ' 49 56 ' 46 ' 66 ' 42 ' 22 ' 44 ' 46 ' 52 ' 35 Napavine 52 Adna 49 "' ' 29 42 ' 48 , 58 4' ' 32 48 4' ' 39 ' ' 45 ' 40 ' 47 4' ' 50 51 4' ' 50 68 ' 44 58 "' ' 39 , ' 37 ' ' 35 ' 37 ' 1 10 ' 69 12 64 91 48 71 9 35 W i i ' Fxrst um len to 111,ht 0111 Annxs Lorm V1'1ch Bob Sump md Du Lm Olsan b cwnd 1 Pd blnmp m lnlgur Dlck Aust Dnk Vxlmos J uk N01 mm and D11 1x Mulla 1 m magcr Mr' Chuck N1 lson w is thc 111 uh Home Team Napavme N apavme Napavme N apavme Napavme N apavlne Napavme N apavme N apavme N apavme Napavlne N apavme N apavme Napavme N apavme Napav1ne Napavme N apavme V1s1tors Wh1te Pass Oa.kv111e Neah Bay Whlte Pass Oakvllle Green H111 Adna Naselle Pe E11 Toutle Lake RHIIIIGI' Bolstfort Adna Naselle Pe E11 Toutle Lake Ra1n1er Bolstfort 1-' 'H'-.xz I 'X , 2,1 1 , ' 1-, ll II 544216411 K .final . 22 . . 25 , ' 30 . 22 . . 22 . . 22 . ' 22 ' 18 ' 33 ' 25 . 22 . . . 22 . ' 24 ' 37 ' 34 ' 34 . 22 . . . 22 . 1 ront mw lclt to 11g.,ht Tom f,dI'I011 Gary H111 Dm Ibm rt Moz ton Bob C irnb md 1o11n V1 mh Blck row Ed Slcmp m m lgnr L1 stu TL11LVl1x Jlm Johnson Lum Ln :tx lb Dlck Muller and Mr Chunk Nelbon thc uw nh Kdldddll BASEBALL sconzs NAPAVINE VISITORS Napavme Napavme N apavm e Napavme N apavme Napavme N apavlne N apavlne Randle Onalaska Toutle Lake Toutle Lake Toledo Toledo Wmlock Wmlock 38 Till. . 5 , ' 4 ' 4 ' 5 ' 3 ' 8 . 0 . . 4 . -Q, x CHL-,I-R LEADI RS Allce MIIIOH, Cal roll H111 and Jeanna Dlpola pep .gt bh non V ltnc md Hobart 1 Matney bONG QULlzNb .4-nn-n w an-sk 9' Q fs 91, -4 1 'ms Wt' -an all 'V ' 'lf 4 xinpg QV W if n 'Q 'U-X wah' xx s au.. Kd' Win! I Ind P01021 7 Tlyft power I Activities .Vtucfent eouncil ri If ront xow Init to Ilght bhlrlcy W'1dlLy Joey Muller Delbert Morton JL 'mm Dxpoll md Mr bcnnc the idvlbor Back row Roberta M'1tney LL :Au Ta Ill vxk B41 b lr u Ragfm Larry Grauas Dxck Roberts Lmda Moore Bob C lrns Sandra Serine and Lorul V1'1ch 14 5' I Ujjzceu Delbert Morton Jeanne D1pol'1 bh1rlLy Wadley Larrv G1 mas Prcbldcnt Sec re tary Tre .1.surLr A S lux' ,Jax . x 7 ' ' . : 1 . , , , ' . 2 . 0 --------- x" x Joey Muller ------------ -Vice-President u A ........... h h ' Q -1 ' - ------- -- S. . A. I- ront row lclt to right Carleen Cook Jeanne Dlpola Linda Moore bhii lc V Wulltv Miriannt Ragan and Sandra Senne becond row Du mt Ulsc n Jim Johnson Lloyd Norman Delbert Morton and Lorin V1 ith onot .foczety An Honor Society was formed in our high school this year The purpose the students of NHS and to show some recognition to those who do maintain .1 high scholarship The awards are one bar, two bar, three bar, and torch pms according to the number of semesters a student maintains his high scholastic standing The officers for the year were President Sandra Senne Vice President Jeanne Dlpola Sec Treasurer Linda Moore Advisor Mr Senne 43 l ' . " ' : . , ' ' , ' . ' ' . , . , . '. , . . . . ', . . , . ' . 1 ' 1 ' - 1 1 ' - I ' y i x ' I 3 ' ' O ' X ' ' 1 ' ' ' ' . - - - of this new organization is to stimulate an interest in scholastic achievement among vi : Q3 11 :: 9 -fl fri 1: 5 Q 14 S u 5 7, QC .: 3-4 Lal F U L. cz I-C af Q I P-J Q .E 'U c: Z E il L. 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Q cd D Q 1: - 5 E C 3 :E :E LJ F .9 : LZ 6 U fs Q if U Besides receiving a rating of Excellent plus at the contest The band was kept pretty busy this year. oming, SC III Ho ege ll Co OI' i Jun ia Central boree, lJam al tb OO ttheF H have played hey ing, t 1' SP edo this 1 To at Spring Concert and have taken part in A, ograln, Pr EIS Christm oncert, Swing C 1 stice Day Parade i PIII A 1957. 1 8 June inlock W at arade P ay D gg E ched in the HI' H1 ton. They also OI' M COIICGTT. at d HI! b assed IT1 he t Front row lnft to r1ght Kathu 1nc Constant Ba1bar'1 Rlgan Evelyn M111-.1 n M ll lU1l'lL Ragm Glor1'1 btmson Pattv Jensen Al1u, M1lton Jn mm Dljlllll 1nd Carlton Cook Second row M1 Mongu thc 1l111.cto1 b1Ilx ltldxu D1 mm Larson L1nd1 Moon ROIJCIII MILHLV Juci1th C 1n 11111 Judy Lxons Sh:11on Vatnt bhll lcv W 1dlty md S 1ndr'1 btnm Bull lt 1 J uk Jonson Du mn. Olsun Dclbut Mo1 ton F1Ld Norm U1 D1f.1 Mullu DlClx Roberts Ronmc P.ld1 cdgc G 111 Annxs Carroll H111 John 1 1bson Incl Bob Cwrns handy Tyler w IS lbsont :xeal flora: The number of events the Mxxed Chorus, Boys Chorus and Glrls' Chorus part1c1pated 1n th1s year were the Chrlstmas program Fall Swmg Concert Massed Chorus Concert, Sprmg Concert, Baccalaureate and Graduatlon GXGFCISCS 45 . X I n " , m 1 ' , ' lu", I'l ' 4 Z , 4 , A ' , 'D , ,, , - . . . 11 '11 . . 1. 1 '... . 1 1.1 1 . . . 1 1 M .', '. ' , . .. . ' . ' ' 1 1 1 1 '. 1 1 ' . 1 v ,a . . .. 1 . . ". . 1 '. N 1 1 ., ' ' , ', ' 1 l,. .1 t 1 '. ,. - , , -, , ,. . ., , . 11. . , . , , ., V, i' ,v .!, A' I I. 1, . x . , , L , 1 , V, , 1. . , - I .1 1 . ' 1 4 . ' 1 s 1 1 I ront row lcft to r1f.,ht Lmdl MKJOIQ Al1ce MIIIOH Sh lron Vltllf., Muv Ellen Pt 1 b1lly Mnlxtc Jllilllh C1.l.Ili1dlV Robtrtl Mxtmv Betty R md 1ll 1nd lx thlu n lk 1 Se cond row bhulnv Wulltv Judv Lyons Pat Hmson D1 mm l ll son S mth 1 St nm P xttv Jtnsmn Lvclvn Mldblh md Mrs P xtsm lg., tht IKIVISUI B ul 1 vt M ll 1 mm R1g.,1n K zthm rmc Const mt l1lOIllbllI1b0l'l Th1s year the g1rls Jomed a new orgamzatlon wh1ch replaced the G1rls' League Th1s organ1zat1on lS Future Homemakers of Amerlca We jolned F H A durmg the second semester of school Our elected off1cers for the year were Pres1dent Sally McKee Vxce Presldent Mary Ellen Pea Secretary Lmda Moore Treasurer -Sharon Vatne Sgt at Arms Jud1th Canaday Roberta Matney Reporter Betty Randall H1stor1an Kathleen Pea Parl1amentar1an AIICO MIIIOD Adv1sor Mrs Pacsmag Chapter Mother Mrs Larson On March 7 1957, offlcers were lnstalled and members 1n1t1ated by the Toledo F H A chapter Dur1ng the year we served at the L E A d1nner and at the May meetmg of the P T A Also, on May 3, we held our annual Mothers' Tea May 14 we gave a party honormg the e1ghth grade g1rls who w1ll become members of our chapter next year 46 l f '. - 'f : ' 1 ' ', ' ' , 1 1 -, 1 r -1. '1 Q ' ' 1l, -1 1 wx, 1 1,1' 'll -- 11. v : ' " 'Q 1 1, I h '. . 1 ' , ': ' . . - '. .. , , . , , , 3 , . . , . 1 . . - . ,- , 1. . , .1 . , . A , 1 1 , , 1 . . 1 , 1 '. 1 -1 'o 'g 1"1 - 172 , 1 - ' ' '1 . ' "1 " ' , l3111'l1:11'11 Rllgfllfl, Cl111':1 Mm- l'lllll'L'llgl', Juanm' Dipolu. :md C1ll'lt'0I'l Cook. o A o . . . . . . . . . . . . . : ' ----- ------- - --- , 4 D n 0 n 1 . ' ' ' . . 0 I l ' 3 . . . . Front row left to r1ght Gary H111 Jack Johnson Dlck Muller Lorm Vlach and Tom Carroll Second row Mr C Nelson the advxsor Joey Muller J1m Johnson Delbert Morton Bob Carns Dlck Valcos and Ron Eldredge Thlrd row Ed Slemp Lloyd Norman Larry Gr ztlas George Mxlton Lee Koons B111 Hoage and Lester Tellevxk 61146 Th1s year the "N" Club sponsored several events to ra1se money for the1r treasury On November 13 at the h1gh school audltorlum they had a raffle The pr1zes were an electrxc frymg pan a 15 pound turkey and a 10 pound turkey Durlng the year they sold candy pop and popcorn at the games and N Club held a dance m the gymnas1um The offlcers for the year were Presxdent- Delbert Morton Vxce Presldent J1m Johnson Sec Treasurer Joey Muller A George M11tOh Advlsor Mr C Nelson 47 ll ll candy during the noon hours at school. On May 11, 1957, the H ll ' ' S. . A. -------------- ' Left to rlght A11ce Mllton Dlanne Larson Joey Muller Leslle Lyons Ron Eldredge Duck Roberts andthe advxsor Mr Monger papet .qtaff Clflss The paper conslsts of news of the Napavme h1gh school students and also of the resuients of the Napavme v1c1mty It IS pub11shed monthly Make up ed1tor Art edxtor Reporter Reporter Advlsor Alxce Mllton D1anne Larson Ron Eldredge D1ck Roberts Mr Monger Our school paper, "Tigers' Tale", is published by the Journahsm Editor ----------------- Joey Muller amor 6145.4 pl y The Senlor Class of 1957 presented thelr play "The Whole Truth' on November 16 1956 at 8 00 P M It was a three act comedy wr1tten by Wllllalll D Flsher The cast of characters was as follows Ronald Eldredge Mary Ellen Pea Delbert Morton Sandra Senne Evelyn Madsen Joey Muller D1ck Roberts Sally McKee Jack Johnson Lloy d Norman Patty Jensen Mona Luv Rosehus Charles Wadley Gary Stedham Mr Edward Monger Mr Joseph Martln Mrs Mlldrcd Martm Johnny Martln Ellzabeth Martm Helen Martm Reverend Jacob Teasle G Wh1tford Mundorf Aunt Mat Worth Tom deNorth Johnson Harrlet Prompter Stage Manager Asslstant Manager Dxrector It all began when Mrs Martm made everyone prom1se tell nothlng but the truth She d1dn't reallze what problems would occur Everythmg went smoothly Q that IS almost smoothly j untll Mr Mundorf a busmess ZISSOCIHCL was com1ng to see Mr Martm on the servants' day off In order to make a good xmpresslon Mr Martln and Johnny and Ellzabeth dress as servants Aunt Helen as the cook and Rev Teasle as the butler Th1S and many other surpr1s1ng and comlcal s1tuat1ons oarrled out the plot and made the play a bl1LCCSS The Senlor Class ut1l1zed all of the experlence they re ce1ved from presentmg thexr Jun1or Play Tumblm' Creek the prevlous year Th1S experxenee enabled them to make th1s year's performance exceedingly enjoyable I E I . ' 1- Shirley Wadley --------- Lucille Armitage . ' P 'W to . . . . ,, . E ,, 49 Rcfff A411 Q- Bel? re 4. Alfie .L Hd' HI C "THE wnoui 1'RurH I T eizutmas toyt am A large crowd attended the annual Chrlstmas Program whlch was held ln the gymnaslum on December 20 1956 at 8 00 P M The grade A Chrlstmas Carol" and other numbers The hxgh school chorus and band also took part 1n mak1ng the program a success After the program Santa Claus came and dellvered candy to the chzldren .J1 O school presented a lovely program which included several songs, a play ,, . . Most All-Around Most Likely to Succeed --Q... '+-...,N-M N We-A. E-N-lr.: R WA0 '4 WA0 Best Personality N-...4 ," +-...W Q--.+.....,,,,., ---iq. Sandra Senne Delbert Morton Best Physique Dick Roberts Sally McKee - ,ll Most Popular Shirley Wadley Joey Muller Lee Koons Best DHHCCPS Sandra Senne ,L-s...,W,L M:-:,,,m:.: W, .M ...Mm ' tii- Best Dressed Alice Milton Lee Koons Ron Eldredge Linda Moore 52 Most Studxous 1:-' Most Bashful Class Cut Up Duane Olsen Sandra Senne ,...: snily Kathleen Pea Mlke Matney LCSIIC Lyons Most Courteous Sally MCKCC 'GK' Joey Muller Evelyn Madsen Most Athletxc ,,............. V..- F... 'iv Best Lookmg W-"'M' ,,--"""" 'i jr'.,,,...- "M-'J.,,,..A YT ...-------"" L- ETS Silly McKee Delbert Morton 53 bandra Senne L'1rry G1'ati'1s uma: 6144.4 1014 , The Junior Class presented their class play Let Me Out of Here" April 5 1957 at 8 00 P M in the J Vincent Barrett The cast of charactcrs was Victor Ward Eve Boyd Bona Lynn Bessie Rhodes Hazel Miles Garret Lyrm Angela Boyd Gifford Morton Marshall Ward Stage Managers Prompters Director Lee Koons Jeanne Dipola Carleen Cook Dianne Larson Allce M11tOH Bobby Carns Linda Moore Dick Valeos John GlbS0ll Ed Slerrp Katherine Constant Larry Gratias Carroll H111 John Gibson Mr Monger 0 Napavme High School Auditorium. It was written by Stevie Cobb ---------------------------- Dick Aust Q an ocationa 'Y C.1p1tol md Parlxamcnt Bulldmgs of B C Sm11e pretty ' V 9 5 I say ol' chap Aren't you cute ? ,Q Hflvmg fun? V' I Leave lt to Gary ' V 05 Real gone ' ' enf E ommdn gem Delbert Morton C1 iss Speaker Mary Ellen Pea Faculty Speaker What Makes America" ' Our Greatest Gift ' Shirley Wadley Salutatorian Sandra Senne Valedictorian To Walk in the Light Fours Years of New Ideas Sally McKee, receiving Dick Roberts, re- Lhe F, H. A. Award. ceving diploma. fm-JL Jmlatmv .qnaluhotd -Swwwzfdw Ldafehnd' WWW 512' J lvfu1du.S,x2 wiounyawmmnmad M'lgd,,Rah,0wLuPt,, du:-1a Ulmmndtf? tk J Y Y I ? ' LL ' ' 1, LW? 1' X f s. ,N AM M 3 , L Q EQ.. W M554 ' 7'5Te I M X, I I , I ' ' in ' I I I 1 4 0 ' r ' ' ' ' ' 1.1 ' ' 57 ,Thu !SuuJrJ,,5Q ?2dLa,l,-,ul yu syn. in Gaul H2400 Holi Hu Hlvgpl e ' . i ' x , . Q R X fs - , 'Q' W Sddouf U ? 6444, :MW , t - I as lofw,t1t4m4rUww? ku, mr., W G 9 - SGI-"a""r"" 1 I Gil" Tfwllvoaonw 24' mv lvfui, dup? k N If s X. n ' I if K DJJ'- Y I ti Y ' S 4 I ., , , I 1 12?-Q 4 f H :+: . 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