W F West High School - Chehalin Yearbook (Chehalis, WA)

 - Class of 1959

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We ll remember l959 as the year everyone had watery eyes from wearmg contact lenses the glrls wore short sklrts long sweaters and appeared to have no fag ures at all old songs like My Happmess and Smoke Gets In Your Eyes became popular agaln the glrls had thelr legs from admurmg males by covering them wnth multl colored leo tights the science craze hut the United States In an effort to match the Russlans boys wore flaps on thelr pants pockets button down collars and narrow narrow tles teen age glrls swooned over Ricky Nelson and Elvls Presley whsle clean cut Pat Boone captured the hearts ofthe nation everyone mcludlng teen agers spent much tlme swmgmg around try mg to keep a clrcular piece of plastlc hula hoopmg and those crazy women s styles chemuse balloon Empire and Tru peze dresses pointed shoes colored nylons and headache bands 1 I I - I ' Il ' ll II ' ll I Il - ll - - - . I the Army's Explorer went hurling and whirling around the globe, . I I I I I . . . . - . I , . . - 1 1 1 ' I D 1 1 ' ' Wf west iz zgfz school ch ehalm 0011101 jim EX C1 S bnzsimfss 171611161901 lcirsf en xxfe cz' in 0 . 4 I A A gm emnfzent football pop staff acfzx zfzes r ,, O O O 7' FALL Ushered In wrth lrngerlng memorres of our new swlmmlng pool and a warm warm summer came fall clothed In her tradltlonal orange red and brown She brought wrth her nlghtly workouts on the football fleld walks to the bus stop In the crlsp autumn alr and a regular hassle with books With fall came Sunday afternoons of hunting Fnday mght games the fall Formal the Thanksguvmg bonfire and the annual Turkey Day Game after which we sand walt untll next year' Fall brought new resolutrons resolutlons to study harder play harder and to make something of the comlng year Fall represented a new start a chance to rectify the wrongs of the prevlous year Fall was the beglnnlng and humburgers every Thursday. Too, there were the special things- 1 9 9 fbifi """l'..f:::vr"' --f 00" if 31 duane borovec dick huber I0 student body president student body vlce-president 'I I . ' 1 , I 2 xx ' f 1 0 W?" i 4 3 v wal sn' W ... at mt, H x ' ' gy 5 E , f sd N , 8 . "" g t I Q r"" I . . 4 f t an 7 r t E ' ,t 2 W g. Q Q 4' N 1, , , ' . I, X kix 1 , F 'mg Ml' Q t Wim Sl 15 J t fg NO' , Q 1 . YJL, Z X V'-J 15'-132 t - -t QA, ' E ' ,Jig x nv ! 15' fin L ' Q22-y.. , i V ' ' 1-: fit ' P " C 0 O I dorothy soneman associated student body secretary associated student body gail foulke associated student body treasurer alan allie associated student body sergeant--at-arms linda betts associated student body publicity manager f A ann bu rts associated X-,Ji jeanette burgen associated student body yell leader ,- I I X W6 -S- S v '-4 My B 'R' 'f'1'sPl1t A sh 1 ,Aw of ' 1,7-' D' A ' N.. an ,fr . A.- - , -,,,.. ' .J.,49:aGi,AJT"' 5-i!'I't.l'ff'.L4-- F XR-I. Qvg 5 T? L59 ' 41 2' C" ffial-' f V ',2L"+9'! ,:.,,.s.,.,- c-. "fame-ef-'r' QF". , ez.-f Quarterback CentraIia's Hutchins is finally stopped by James. Battleground fell to Chehalis' passes, as the Bearcats won their third game in a row, I8 to 7. Tailback Bob Schwarz returned to the lineup after a two-week absence and led the Bearcats to their win. Mac Arrington also ran impressively. John Lindner, starting Bearcat tackle, was injured in the game. Chehalis rolled up 229 yards rushing, IOZ yards passing, and 12 first downs to the losers' IO. The Bearcats showed their power and grabbed first place in the Central League by razzle-dazzling their way to a 25 to 0 win over the highly touted Montesano Bulldogs. The highlight of the game was a 87 yard run by George Lyle on a double reverse. The big Bearcat line led by George Bickel kept the Bulldogs in check. Coach Rod Giske commended Bickel and senior tackle Ron Creech for their fine defensive play. Other scoring plays saw fullback Mac Arrington bang over from the three yard line and quarterback Ron James sneak in from the three. ln the muck and mire at Cascade Field the Bearcats won their wourth game in a row and remained on top in the Central League by beating Elma I4 to 7. The rain caused ten fumbles, but action was not slowed. Early in the second quarter a long march netted the first touchdown as Mac Arrington drove for the needed five yards. This play also saw Bob Schwarz breakvhis collarbone, not to return to action. Later, Alan Allie carried the ball twenty-three yards around end for the second touchdown and Bud Wedin kicked his second extra point. The Eagles scored late in the third quarter and that ended the scoring. Bud Vledln 4667 and Alan Allie 450D team up a pass play. Tackle DAVID DOWLING 5 I DICK HUIEI R ,A NEAL GERBER Z Middle Guard A ' MIKE GUYOT 5.4 Halfback ., JIM HANSEN Center JIM HULL 7 v , -r'-4' Q ,QQ W . -5, 5 , . 'sf -' I RON JAMES JoHN LINDNER 5474" . ,gf 1 - ,,,, .L-mobo. Y K ,, -, -- -4, '- - - M . , ' ,- -f. - ' Quarterback Tackle n-Qn1v7I!"""' M, 'Hman I DON LONG Guard GEORGE LYLE Bickle 1833 kicks aff to start Thanksgiving Day game. The visiting Crimson and Gray team didn't lose, but they were held to 0 by 0 by the Rams of North Thurston. Both teams scored touchdowns that were nullified by penalties. A spectacular 50 yard pass from Bud Wedin to Alan Allie set up the scoring play, a pass from Wedin to End Tim Wood. However, a l5 yard holding penalty nullified the effort. Earlier, a 7l yard run by a Ram back had been nullified by a clipping penalty. The remainder of the game saw the teams see-saw back and forth with Dave Dowling keeping the Bearcats out of trouble by averaging 30.8 yards on six punts. While the Bearcats were battering Mark Morris of Longview by a 33 to 0 count, Montesano beat North Thurston, giving the Bearcats a cinch for the Central League trophy. Most of the activity centered around the Monarchs' end zone and the Chehalis bench. Good offensive play was turned in by Chuck Denny and the defensive star was Dick Niska. Mark Morris fumbled on their 31 yard line and Bud Wedin took the ball and ran to a 69 yard touchdown. Another drive was cappej by a pass from quarterback Dave Dowling to Tim Wood for a l7 yard touchdown. ln the second quarter tailback Chuck Denny threw 22 yards to Dowling for another TD. ln the third quarter big Mac Arrington went around end for 20 yards for another Chehalis Score. The final touchdown was made on a three yard plunge by Chuck Denny. The Bearcats, after slashing to within the shadow of the Shelton Highclimbers' goal posts 4 times in 3 quarters5 finally pushed one over for a 6 to 0 victory. The victory kept the Bearcats' league record unblemished except for one tie. Fullback Mac Arrington intercepted a pass on the host's 20 yard line with nine minutes to go, and nine plays later carried the ball into the end zone. Most of the yardage was made on the ground, the longest run being only l2 yards. Hallback Dowling punts to Centralia from the Chehalis end zone. DICK MELHART Center DON NEWBY Tackle ' V f 4, i Q 4 V ff t 3 M ."'l-J' 2 'nm Q 'FM' 4 JE! "' if T1 Cen te r l Tackle M I RICHARD NISKA X MARSHAL STAFF K James IGOI and Wedin 166i converge on Centralia halfback, Siemers. The traditional Thanksgiving game lthe Bearcats still lead in wins, 28 to Z7 and 5 tiesl, a bruising battle, saw the Bearcats lose, 26 to 7. Two quick touchdowns in the first five minutes saw the Centralia Tigers take the lead which was never headed. The Bearcats had everything but the breaks. The big Bearcat line swarmed over the tigers repeatedly, but lady luck was always looking the other way. Guard Don Long, senior co-caption, was the individual defensive star of the Crimson and Gray, making 2I tackles. The second quarter saw the Bearcats register their only touchdown. A 70 yard drive was capped by a pass from Bud Wedin to senior co- captain Tim Wood, who made a basketball jump to gather it in. Wedin's kick was good and 5 seconds later the gun sounded, ending the half. This year's Chehalis Bearcat football team brought home head coach Rod Giske's third league championship in seven years. The Bearcats were also ranked sixth in the state as a Class A high school. As a final tribute the squad voted on the special award winners. The honorary co-captains, were seniors Tim Wood and Dick Huber. Dick Huber also received the Advocate's "Most Valuable Player Award". Chuck Denny, a junior, and Neal Gerber, a senior, tied for the "Most Improved Player Award". John "Bronco" Evans was selected for the "Old Faith- ful Award". All in all, coaches Rod Giske, Tom Smith, Bill Steffon, and the team had a fine season, long to be remembered. Chehalis halfbeck, Alan Allie ISOI, stops Centralia after a short gain. Guard x GARY WOOD A , ..'t . il.-1553 'il .., I f JIM STEEPY il Guard BUD WEDIN Halfback TIM WOOD End X I FRESHMEN ....',1 1 ., Lf, . , 'nfl 1 , 959-. rl N- Q sf Q Ah, I It ' M A . ...W . V, .4-,Q 4 f 1 ..,' K A , STARTING ELEVEN: BACKFIELDQ J. Gunther, T. Hostetter, R. Wirfa, and C. Gunther. LINE R Fuller G James D Holmqulst R Casad B Wood L Buess andG Osborne SQUAD PICTURE FRONT ROW D Tharp B Nordlund J Thomas J Beachner G Ronqulst M Smnth H Kreutzer SECOND ROW L Wurfa A Britton D Holmqulst S Johnson L Buess Coach Vandervest FOURTH ROW G Chrlsman R Fuller G James S Downie D Burbee D Gelger G Osborne wgndlang, n. cuid, B.Wood., s.'Tuhkef,Tf Hmenef,Jf Gunn1ef,f:.Cumhef. 'THIRD ROW'g.Coach Oechsher, P. 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QPF- Q- K kursten wedln 3 - XC f-gi' edltor VK- CT' f-fL...,g '22 We of the Chehalm staff hope that this year book wull fulflll the expectations of each of you Its layout cover and baslc makeup are a depart ure from that to which you are accustomed We beheve you wall fund nt more pleasmg than annuals of years past As years go by memorles fade Here wall be permanently recorded the panorama of hugh school Here In later ears ou ma recall s eclal frlends the pages of the Chehalm you wlll fmd memones of hugh school and the good old days This years Chehalm staff has been Edltor Klrsten Wedln Assistant Editor Katy McCluskey Buslness Manager Jlm Evers Assistant Business Manager Dorothy Sonneman Sports Edltor Du ane Borovec Asslstant Sports Edltor Roger Cooke Art Editor Lorraine Hostetter and Asslstant Art Edntor Bull James Mlss OConnell advised the Che halm staff ies QD 3 wr ff Xi X Roger Cooke plans foot ha In ll layouts of the S9 Che Fmancner .hm Evers checks a cheholm ad I9 , Y. 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' . , ' . , , 'M ,, - Q- I I ' ' , ba ' - ., I ieigwxy l A ' X . i S duane chytul edutor Joelle Roos Sharon Kaun and Glorua Lundsey speak unto the mucrophones of KELA Karol Kelso playung CHSOTA S theme song chsota we re on the aur Weekly a vouce can be heard over statuon KELA sayung Thus us W F West Hugh School on the a r Thus program comes to the students through the efforts of Duane Chytul and her CHSOTA staff CHSOTA entauls more work than meets the eye Each week sux munute scrupts must be wrutten en tertaunment secured and practuces held The pro grams range from a general analysus of school actuvutues to specual programs featurung skuts and holuday events Each year the students of W F West spend a day at KELA domg all broadcastung for the sta tuon Thus day us offucual CHSOTA Day In ad dutuon to uts specual events CHSOTA sent a repre sentatuve to the Pacufuc Slope Conference at the Unuversuty of Washungton Thus years CHSOTA edutor was Duane Chytul assustant Edutor was Joelle Roos Musucuan Karol Kelso and Head Typust Beverly Crustler Mr Cooke was CHSOTA advusor S? 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IW-I 3' ' f', VX: L ' I crlmson and gray wests offlclal paper Assngnlng stones proof reading copy and put tlng out the paper seem an endless cycle but the end result IS worth the effort Once a month stu dents receive a copy of the Cnmson and Gray 0ffICl0l news medlum of W F West Hugh School The staff has suffered many catastrophnes the elght page Christmas lssue turned out to be only sux pages because of complncatlons at the en gravers the speclal pictures weren t ready on time Too there are always those stones that don t make the deadline and copy that hasn t been proof rea The Cnmson and Gray sent a speclal represen tatlve Judy Buess to the Paclflc Slope Press Con representatives learn new techniques and methods for publlshlng the school paper Thus years Cnmson and Gray staff was editor Judy Buess assistant edltor Kathy Baglnskl news edltor Bonnie Meyers feature edltor Jlm Hull sports edltor Tum Wood busmess manager Mar garet Severns and head typlst Yvonne Barley Mr Cooke was Cnmson and Gray advlsor 3 C0 ' fi 'af 'ti' gudy buess edltor ",.0"" 65' -Ir' Kathy Baglnskl checks the mats for a Cnmson and Gray Issue Typmg copy for the C and G takes much of Yvonne Banleys time 21 lu.. ,' W O 1 - - 4 . . . . 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' I I - ga cz: L-J-w-'J 1 1 13323 .D sen 3600 Qeqo goo 333 ,gdb . , , an Iaraine atterton lWfl'Y Sflllfef president state officer wi PM ff S- Pt! ,Qs i rin 7 ss ,nn-1' Laralne Atterton receives her gavel at the installation of officers YT fred teitzel president fha future homemakers of america This year the Future Homemakers of America have donated their time and en ergy to further many community activities They made swags to decorate the old folks homes at Christmas sold peanuts and bal loons for the March of Dimes and made dolls for the Childrens Orthopedic Hos pita The F H A urls can play as hard as they work Month y night meetings were usu ally preceded by a dmner whether it be a potluck or o meal featuring foods from around the world Delegates from the lo cal chapter made trips to Regional Meet ings Demonstration Day and the State Convention This organization prospered under the guidance of its president Laralne Atter ton and her officers Vice President Ma rilyn Arnold Secretary Shari Dombro ski Treasurer Linda Talbott Parliomen tarlan Betty Szamblan and Historian Jo Ann Heck Advisor to the group was Mrs ms G the farmers of the future One of the most active though least publicized groups at W. F West is the Future Farmers of America Chapter. These boys spend many hours of work to prepare for their major project of the year-the Southwest Washington a nd Western Washington Fairs. The boys participate in regional events such as the Parliamentary Proceedure Con- test Public Speaking Contest and the Leadership Training Conference. ln ad- dition to these school projects they partici- pated in John Deere Day conducted ed- ucational programs on F.F.A. at the Forest and Fords Prairie Granges and sent a rep- resentative Charles McCormick to the national F.F.A. Convention in Kansas City. President of F.F.A. for this most success- ful year was Fred Teitzel, and his officers were Vice-President, Charles McCormick, Secretary, Bill Watt, Treasurer, Bob Ho- gan, Reporter, Bob Mclntireg Sentinol, Marvin Mooberry, and Historian, Gary An- derson. Mr. Fagerness, the group's ad- visor proved an invaluable aid to the club. Dud you ever wonder who makes the pop corn eve noon? Who sponsored Donkey Basketba I or who brought the Harlem Globetrotters to Chehalus7 Its the C Club of course W F Wests organuzatuon for lettermen Among the many contrubutuons C Club has made to the student body through the years are scoreboards for both football and basketball mauntaunung the concessuons at tournament tume Mr Tom Smuth the Bearcat hoop coach worked wuth Presudent Ed Anderson and hus offucers Vuce Presudent Jum Steepy Sec retary Treasurer Duck Huber and Ser geant at arms Dave Dowlung to make thus club one of our school s buggest assets Every Wednesday nught after school a group of gurls who are members of the Gurls Athletuc Assocuatuon gather un Muss Coulstons offuce to plan and play Throughout the year thus group has taken trups to the beach planned a Mother Daughter Banquet and attended varuous play days whuch were held at Central League schools Come raun sleet or freezung tempera tures the GAA gurls sold coffee and cookues at the football games Thus was one of the several actuvutues sponsored by the group others were uce skatung bowl ung and makung tray favors for the hos putal GAA was headed thus year by Pres: dent Deanna Montgomery, who was as susted by her offucers, Vuce Presudent, Charlotte Koepke, Secretary,Marulyn Mul ler, Treasurer, Carol Cavallu, Sports Man ager, Sharon Koepke and Athletuc Man ager, Darlene Fuller Mus Coulston, gurls' tennus coach, advused thus group. c club wests uunuor hercules if 4,0 ed anderson presudent Makung popcorn us Bob Schwarz s specualty 9 Cl G our future women athletes deanna montgomery presudent ""' -.Lui Carol Cavallu confers wuth Mass Coulston on a G A A problem I . 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I - - .I ' f.b.l.a. future business leaders of america iim evers president XV Here s Jan Ronqulst balancing the books charlotte miller vice presadent Roselle Durden F B L A treasurer demonstrates an adding machine honor society Members of National Honor Society are the seniors, juniors, and second semester sophomores who fulfill the club's basic requirements of leadership scholarship service and character At Christmas time the so called wheels let down their halr at a Christ mos Party which was held this year at the home of Dorothy Sonneman Token gifts ranging from chocolate covered grasshoppers to goldfish were exchanged A guest speaker is featured at the Hon or Socletys banquet which is held dur ing spring semester Parents of the of flcers are Invited to attend This years Honor Society President was Jim Evers His officers were Vice Presl dent .lim Steepy Secretary Kathy Bagln ski and Treasurer Jan Ronqulst Miss O Connell was the group s advisor here gather the scholastic elite F B L A s meetings this year were high lighted by speakers representing various phases of business Talks by stenogra ployees of the business world were heard The local F B LA Club traveled to Se attle to install a new chapter which it was instrumental in founding At the annual spring banquet W F West High School s Ideal Secretary was announced This years officers have been Vice President Charlotte Miller Treasurer Rosella Durden Secretary Janet Lester and Historian Sharon McMillan Mr Fw B Smith was this years FBLA advlsor . I I , . Il Il ' ' ' - 'Q . . X . , . . l , , . . ' ' ' - X ' ' I S I l I ' I Y I I I , I I ' i . . . va, V' 0 t, a ' I . . , y fers, typists, bookkeepers, and other em- i V :SJ Y ,,. 1 ' I ' I X LL V , V, . , II ll . F nf ll o I . . , ' 5 , . . 7 1 I . . , , , .... , publlclty club the pep staffs helplng hand A welcome and much needed addatlon to the organrzatlons of W F West IS the Bearcat Pub llclty Club The organlzatron ands the Publlclty Manager and Pep Staff In makmg posters to ad vertlse games and publuclze events Some of nts flrst years actlvutues have been sellmg tlckets to the All School and Senior plays cleanmg the trophy case and polushmg the Bear cats trophles organlzlng a safety campaign at school and advlrtlslng the maga lne drlve and athletlc contests Founder and chalrman of the club us Bonnie Meyers who was asslsted by recorder Sharon Wal Ilams Mlss Coulston advised the group the boys behmd the scenes These are the unseen boys the ones whose work goes unapplauded They are the backstage gang set constructers curtam pullers and llght dlmmers the Stagecraft Club Deslgnmg and bulldmg sets for the All School Play Senior Play and Chnstmas Program as well as makmg ready for Graduation and Baccalaure ate are all part of the annual dutles of the group The club s advlsor I5 Mr Walter Kaufman who aided by president Roger Garrett oversees the work done by the club Senlor members are John Lmdner Tum Wood Ron James and Ed Anderson Junlors Roger Garrett Alan Allle Randy Enducott and Allen Spady Sophomores Ken Hu ber Bob Holland Bud Wedln and Jlm James forensic club w f wests speechmakers Through the efforts of Mrs Demston a Foren sac Club has been revrved at W F West For many years forensics had occupied a place of lm portance m school atfanrs, a few years ago, how ever, the group disbanded leavmg an ominous hole The better part of thus year was spent ln or ganlznn the group and partlclpatlng In mtra mural ebote ln January some members of the club made their appearance at the Tournament for Speechmakers at Seattle Pacrflc College Later they competed ot the College of Puget Sound Susan Schultz served the club as presldent and Mary Lou Garnett acted as Secretary Reporter Mrs. Demston was the advisor bonme meyers chairman roger garrett presldent susan schultz presadent o 0 I - A f 1 ' wifv . . , I , . .. . . I I Z , I : I I I I ' I I , . , . . - I I . I I I. I 3 I I I I . ' - I I I ' 0 I . . 'F' fs. XS.--f Iona bruem presuden t Arlene Ward Lona Bruem Karen McKunneIl and Margaret Severns Sharon Kaun Marulyn Arnold gurls league ladues only October saw all the gurls of W F West soul searchung to fund her Secret Desure the theme of the annual Gurls League Muxer The affaur us held to acquaunt the frosh and new gurls wuth the old hands of W F West Costumes ranged from Southern belles to deep Afncan natuves Save the Chuldren was the standard greetung among students durung December Thus of course referred to the Gurls League good wull prouect collectung used clotlung for the Save the Chuldren Feder atuon of Ameruca The druve was rated as a huge success February saw embarrassed gurls approachung boys un the hall and shyly askung Would you go to the Sweetheart Tolo wuth me? The fellows ummeduately saud Yes for at thus dance the gurls take over all the dutues of squurung uncludung payung the bull The last and most umportant project of the year for the Gurls League was the Mothers Tea Mothers of boys and gurls aluke spent the afternoon vuewung a style show staged by the home economucs classes and gettung acquaunted wuth the gurls and theur mothers Presudent Lona Bruem wuth the help of her offucers Vuce Presudent Katy McCluskey Treasurer Karol Kelso Recordung Secretary Janet Stevenson Correspondung Secretary Sharon Kaun Reporter Arlene Ward Senuor Representatuve Marulyn Arnold Junour Representatuve Margaret Severns Sophomore Representatuve Marulyn Muller and Freshmen Representatuve Karen McKunnelI has had a most successful year Mrs Wedun advused the group N Karol Kelso Katy McCIuskey an XX o Q-C Janet Stevenson L. boys club assoclatlon of casanovas An event that was both benefuclal and educatlonal was held for the boys of W F West Thus was Armed Forces Day A day when the boys talk to representatuves of varlous branches of the servlce who and them ln planmng mllltary future Durlng football season one sees freshmen boys arnvmg at the fleld at seven oclock plckmg up theur quota of programs and spend mg the evenlng trying to sell them Thus lab tradltlonally belongs to the frosh as does the jobs of sellmg candy and apples During the basketball tournament the boys walk through the stands yellm hot dogs or mqumng from behmd a counter What d ya do wrt the mustard? These fellows sell hot dogs pop and popcorn for the Boys Club as they do each year As a servlce to their communnty the boys help the Red Cross ln setting up the Blood Mobile as a servlce to the Glrls League they erect a Chrlstmas tree an the lunchroom for the gurls to decorate This year Boys Club offlcers have been Presldent Ralph Mauel Vlce President Ron Creech Secretary Alan Spady Treasurer Ed Anderson and Sergeant at Arms .llm Steepy Mr James Oeschsner was club advusor f' R ' , .J 'lin 2 Y ralph mauel presldent Jum Steepy and Alan Spady Ron Creech Ralph Mauel, and Ed Anderson basl et ball lvcmcl lzo1 113 1 Oy Ylly Q C f W1"0S fling A 7 X 14 - WINTER EVN--.'W-xx. , - 6 Q 6 0 Unnotuced the gray seemingly eternal wln ter days were here They were the days of long basketball turnouts wrestling meets and a contlnuatlon of the fam lxar grmd schoolwork and ram Recreatlon varled among the students some skled at Whrte Pass or Paradise some spent long afternoons at the Chehalls Publlc Llbrary some drove to Olympia for special shows and some when the first snow came headed for Eleventh Street or the Hermut for an evenrng of sledding There were the speclal events too the Rainbow Tolo the basketball tournaments and the Sweetheart Tolo For some wmter meant a strengthening of the resolutions they made ln the fall others relaxed Winter was the half way mark F .X . . . I 4. , , b 1 1 .X , , 1 . . . . 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - ' . ALAN SPADY Manager The C Tm WOOD CHUCK :JENNY ROGER GARRETT Forward G 3 d HEHALIS BEARCATS-Eighth place In the 1959 Class A State Tournament JERRY KAIJA DUANE BOROVEC Center Guard JERRY BOLES B03 SCHWARZ Center Guard W , w 5 WK 1 l 4 i' Q sw- xal 5 ,,g,,',,.""'.E-S'-.y..iZf'r-:i,,Ik"' si, '1' 3' Muna W 1' M way, Eff? '- 955, 'fur zlg fill' O an X '1 in x i 1 VARSITY .W wo., 0 C Ga e 91 N! S ""'-n'-yeo-m-w- 1 JUNICR VASITY 5:5 ,lu 4' 'Q on 8' A H is -- if' ,ss 'R' QU'-15' 36 Q SB,- XL R Melha t We Rh ad s Looke B c t e to a s James Lovell Dybvlg I X 3 I 1,'il'1 s l , ,, 4 . lf' Q " ' 0 K M H if -' v . t x r 1 fm I, A L X I , I 1 M W I XR! W , ,, , .4,,, ............,... ,,,,,,,,,-N H nWM.q.wsA r K 4- N W, . , X" i' , d, Denny Do I' g B r , B les, .lame S hwarz, Wedin, rr All' . , Q L, V? Q Q l V 'W V ' fl .. Lt 1.2. Gm ,, 2 i t 4. 3 ls. Q n , 1 Kxfq ,f W 'f f 4 'f , U E . x 1 I 'fi ' 3 1, I l X Vg gg. A l ' l J V . W f 1 5 l Y K X Q M ' r l l 2 IN nk' , l f l L is l l l l I l l K L V X l 3 l , I ff fm- 'M lf 2,1 'fjn , A , ', GN M A M ' K , . fl K XX A. 1 5 xl 'Tl Q f Y ff x lx Y f L K ' Xl ' N ' xf , ' ' ' W ' Q ' ' . R 3 ft' Q A, f W In JN f NX V, g V, v 1 L ,-:.,. I I 'WA Q AL 4 WY I 5 l ln 4 111' E fi . fl l 9 F lr-fn , va - , - fl . S n 1 Q7 ,, 3 74 9 . h V FJ .S by g Fi ow: r , Tornow, din, o e , ' 5 'th Ianga. d Row: M Kinnell, Workman, B h H e H ' , , ' . Q tc It If 9' " Qu: 1 S 1 Flrst Row Smnth Murray Nordlund Tucker Betts Shlpp Johnston 9 i Second Row Hostetter Gunther Wood Holmqunst James Buess Wlrta Long Agp-4 , 5 Pfniwvlhvf I1 X FI Smlth, Wood, Long, Coach Oechsner, Holmqurst, Gunther xx JK an 1 'I , 5 o I o . N hyd, . Q nasx 0' ' Y I' N J 4 ,,, ' - ' K' 3- N . 'E' 'fix . f f S i 5 7 V N W' rl A I In , , , 5 , k W w S1 C qt' Y 1 A L ' 4 .. . In wwf' ls p ,Adi ' .Q r TSS an , 6 0 W 6 1 ' 'Y' I , M T 4 21 1 r X - ' I . ? ' X g' W d A ' wi :- ,- . '- ' Alf, rv -- .A i ,Y 2' - I I U v' t xt 6 I g ,v , Sw' v I 5 y 1 'fr d ' ' ,. 1 r r P 1151, D4 F fy if - ron james , band ' " e ff N 20 'A 2 1 I 4 ' president e,e,..eA,,.,,e. .,...... r on james ' 'Q' , vice-president e.e,...e ,e,e a . fred reinke V ' 1 secretary ....AA,e..,,e,. ,e,e,Y. k athy sauter e - head majorette Aa,a,,,, ,,,,,, j anice hoffman A Us P ,Ai V ' A ,-Lf ! Vflf '75 I v 'W g g J e MM by A ...ww A- -- ' Q d 1, If e 1 Z, ff ff" If f 1 4 Q an n -7 k-.. .33 ' president , N . ,. janet lester ' vice-president tt , ,A. rosella durden Q secretary , , .... j cnet white ,2 4- -.i'9 A Q janet Iester H Q chorus 'Q 5 A-ff ,,, 32' 'FP Q. ' SQUAD: FIRST ROW: Burbee, Grant, Wendling, Jones, Hudson SECOND ROW: Wisner, Brown, Anderson, Travlos. THIRD ROW: Workman, Kreger, Bickel, Rasmussen, Stapp, Pictured to the right are Bill Ste- fon, the wrestling coach, and George Bickel, our heavyweight wrestler who placed second in the State Wrestling Meet. George, a Junior, will be back next year in hopes of capturing first place. Q Q 'lr the people versus moxine Iowe senior ploy L Iorralne hostetter beth seorle larame atterton yan ronqurst peg qnnig bob stuckhn dean brown george lyle lohn Imdner maxune Vawe rrene halt rOSe mOlOne eve vuonne trancrs rnarstanyames natnawax judge r 1 C lonet stevenson judy buess dlane chytll Iona brlem pm evers pm hull ed anderson dove monfort mnnnwe straassan yessalxn meredutn sara Iornsan eana brusnett warren Cass wncewt barcla attendant car! ILSIIC i t 9:9 1..s... 1 A fl. Durlng rehearsal Bob Shcklm questions Jon Ronqulst as Mme que5"'0""'9 dU""9 "ehe0"S0l5 DGYC M0nf0rf Judge Dean Brown llgfens Deon Brown Lorrome Hostetter and Jam Evers - . ., V L t X f I .t - ' ' 5 , : ' F .I I 3 Q 6 ., f. ' , , ..- . ,git .. 1 - - 5 3 'Q J V V . x , I ' 4 ox ' ' ' H ' ," dr nina vw lerk ' I X' 3 I5g,:4,."Q 4 1 e . ,sei ' 4 In of -'te - ' h Q ' ' Q f 1 1 . ., D Tv' 2 r. Q ' x fy 1 4, , 4 t ,Q , . ' 'G' Xe F- D ' 4 ' 'L . I LL! , ff ' hxx. if V 3, 4 -- C . - r l 1 I . December 29, 1950 37 leanette burgen all sports queen 'v 'is X 1- I larame atterton and ed anderson qu..en and kmg of hearts at , R . X 31911179 Sporfs fczculfy S012 1 O1 honors ads Q441' SPRIN K-. i ' .+V f l K, wh X l 'A 1 xx Spring was a tonic relieving the gray tired ness of the long winter Students spent noon hours sitting on the front lawn chatting and en joylng the sunshine Girls sported crisp cotton pethcoats the boys changed from basketball shorts and golf shoes The seniors prepared for graduation while underclass men planned campaigns to boost their party and Candi dates Activities were at their peak the Junior Prom the Mothers Tea the Sophomore Hop tennis tournaments golf meets track meets baseball games and ofcourse studying Commencement was near for the seniors Spring was the end 'Yr'-Q . . . . . - and wrestling uniforms to baseball suits, track pants, tennis , . . . . . . - . I , . 1 I I I ' I I ' d Q0 Q8 P -49228 J ' G lfsllffssi-f ,S "'ff""'lm'l' "- -- Y' 42.2 i:f.v,..ea.'a3.n., 1 mi-?l3,z,3.. 24' Front Row Gunther Wood Casad Ronqunst Thomas Second Row Brown Hostetter Hogan Downue Gudgel Wrrta Thrrd Row Graham Mauel G James J James Wedm Todd The Golf team coached by Mr Wedm had fave returnmg lettermen and a strong turnout of Freshmen thus year The Bearcat squad splut thenr team one team played un the Southwest Washnngton League and the other team played In the Central League Golfers are only allowed one match per week X .1 I., . ...- W mv V l ftlf E as , . ,' WI I ,X , - 'AI xi fr 01" L 5 ' ' we il. -f . ,F I Q I Y -. , Jeff " -'K . I, I I lgilyiwlh Q 4' 1' X wig? -' '51 ' G 1 ' ' ..t..', 'J'f,'3f'-N.. ' 'Ix . ,' ". ' Ax". 1 "' 1, ' 4' ' ' my ' ' . - "'- ' " , Q . '. ' .. N ' '. ,, 'l' 'L ielr. ' "'l ' Y j'?"',f l.' W pf vs' Kuff: '50 I ,Q If.. 1: tiki I II fwwxt .K 64:61, . I ui -XI, , ., -I .. vI,:,I , gII .3 K- ' ,4. , :I I1 I. I ,I :I I ,Q . . ,. , , An. "+-1 T-. f. f-' X ,v " X ,-'-, 5-."'., - - I J. ' +.'1.- Ak'- : I I I . I I D ' I I . I . . if nik. BOYS' TENNIS: Front Row: Shipp, James, Cooke, James, Johnston. Second Row: Monfort, Jones, Hunll, Kure, Sticklin, Johnston, Tucker. GIRLS' TENNIS: Front Row: Schlots, Chytil, Buess, Wedin, Meyers, McCluskey, Erickson, Steepy, Olson Second Row: Flem, Stockwell, M. Garnett, Montgomery, A. Garnett, Sonneman, Smoots, Hull, Baginski. Va .fc J f Cb gb I I The l959 Chehalls Bearcat Baseball team In cluding thirteen returning lettermen was the power of the Central League Competition was keen for every position Coach Tom Smith had a tough day to day The Junior Varsity was coached by Mr Vandervest The Bearcat team had a schedule of thirty games II'lClUdInQ twelve league games The Bear cats held their practice sessions at the High School but most ot their home games were played at Millet field decision determining who was going to play from HQ? 'v"' Inq-A 3 ORIN SMITH 1 4-on Agvmr. AA 'Q Jul. DAVID DOWLING Pntcher xp-z. v-ny DUANE BOROVEC Second Base cf IU , 09 49 M BOB SCHWARZ Third Base Catcher ALAN ALLIE an Shortstop AA 3 S ' 4 tk 1 EDDIE RHOADES Outfleld fx 'TYR MAC ARRI NGTON GARY WOOD Outfleld Outfueld GEORGE LYLE EDDY ANDERSON Pitcher Second Base Ill U13 TIM WOOD JIM HANSEN Fnrst Base Qugheld DICK MELHART Catcher ,I , Wu ' L T ,f ' I f C ' 1 I H K ' X4 I " I Q Q b .Zh Q ,-s i X f I vi. 4 ' 4. ,U I 4 . U ' 'I I I I ' - .2 .. .' T ' I N V' -fly, I - , - Q M A fy. ,T .fear 3 -gh. I I I: .. - I, ,ig . ff LA - , :ge ' IJ -W4 , I K' ,Vt ,. - -I ,:.3 A 1 ' 1 , 14: '1r"+-'- ,W , - ' fi" Y. ' .' :f i g 'X ' ' " H .mi n , A 5 r S I X 1' V I ag.:-In 4: . 3 I, , ' ' D Q... naar, f 'Q 4 -I U' , -' :K 'J U , " .54 .,.2wi V f . L , K Wifi - 'I " 4- Q" wr, -. - Q , pI-an , I F-ag. ,g-' -E fy'-, X ffl I . V' . 4 t I i - . ,P X fu, I fp - ff X " I , fx x 1 - 1 . I , ROGER GARRETT l959 Track Captain This was a rebuilding year for our Bearcat Track squad. Only four lettermen were back from last years squad which was co-champion of the Central Oeschsner did a fine iob considering this fact. Their schedule included seven meets a sub-district a district and a state meet. Track is one of the most demanding of all sports. Those who turn out for track deserve a lot of credit for attending workouts night after night. - 41 League. Mr. Jim Oeschsner, assisted by Mr. Henry CHUCK DENNY Field Events LARRY TORNOW ROY EWING Hugh Jump Mule Run LETTERMEN TRACK SQUAD Furs! Row Travlos Lovell Grant Karla Denny Betts Vlles Barnford Second Row Ewmg Garrett Steepy Stapp Fechtner Gunther Buess Smuth Tlurd Row Tornow Geiger Graves Peeffer Rosebrook Evans 5 --.....w., - ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - - 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - - 1 1 1 1 1 G-N if if I rgscge-.wffen chesterv rhodes vernone wedm prmcmal superIntendent of schools vlce prIncIpal vi 5 The story of the successful school year of 1958 59 IS carefully recorded In thIs volume of the Chehalm The ePISOdeS may be recorded In varIous publlcatlons but In no other source can the entIre chronlcle be found Congratulatrons to the Edltor and Staff for makmg thIs Important con trIbutIon to the hIstory of W F West Hlgh School Thls llterary contrlbutron IS not momentary and fleetlng but wlll grow In human Interest as tIme pro gresses sInce the pIctorIal record ap peals more to the emotrons than the prlnted page May the record of your future ac tIvItIes be as outstandlng as the sto rIes told In the followmg pages Members of the Class of l959 You wIll soon FECCIVC your drplomas On thIs Important day your role In Irfe wIll undergo a marked change as you leave the close guldance of school and hope to assume greater Independence and self dIrectIon ln thIs change lIes a challenge for you A dIploma cannot assure suc cess In solvrng the problems of adult lIfe lt IS however a symbol of the attalnment of certaIn knowledge whlch combrned wIth good judgment and unselflsh ambItIon wIll enable you to make a worthwhIle contrlbu tIon to your communlty and country I have great confrdence In our graduates Good luck' Graduatlon from Chehalns Hrgh School IS but the begInnIng of many fruItful years of endeavor lt means the furtherlng of traInIng In your chosen fIeId of work or study May you always keep In mInd the Impar tance of the IndIvIdual s responslbhty to hlmself to the communlty and to the complete world soclety of whlch he IS o small but sIgnIfIcant part Good Luck lk bertha revenaugh dorothy mccluskey ruth ball secretary to mr mrtten secretary to mr rhodes lunchroom supervlsor ff A Z?f . 5,7794 , U ' I Q: - . 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I Q ' I- i 1 ? l 1 marcus boettcher chemistry biology mildred deniston spanish english speech jeanette friis english home economics I 1 leroy hansen physics trigonometry general science advanced algebra james oechsner geometry boys' advisor fay smith bookkeeping shorthand twins chester cooke german english sydney ea ton art crafts lift rodney giske world history senior problems football walter kaufman industrial arts drafting henry oechsner social studies industrial arts tom smith driver training algebra general math basketball baseball ann coulston physical education english oscar fagerness agriculture metal shop gretchen goehrend home economics english esther o'connell librarian ronald simpson band chorus jack vandervest algebra plivsical education clara wedin twins biology girls' advisor Ong X ix Wg, , ,, 4' H x-5 I i X 3 3 ps tv' E an vf. 'Q '4'- , l I .Q- 111: Xb lynn buess president glenn james vice-president freshmen class . 'x betsy smith dove holmquist 50 secretary sergeant-at-arms Allen, Fred Allie, Jo Ann Anderson, John F. Anderson, John L. Armstroin ShirleY --ff L B iii? - 3 Ashley, Tom Attawoy, Lana Bange, Mike Beachner, James Benedict, Patricia W -. l ': 5 Betts, Steve Brown, Greg Blunt, Lois guess, Lynn Boekelman, Jewel Burbee, Don Bfglvf Jean Calhoun, Roger Bnnon' Alon Campbell, James - , . l X 4 I-.N IF, if: - 'J' i 2' get.: 5 V, vi- i ,alla .' U, .Q f. -"' he fi I ' ' ' 1 'T f N'Jg,4'5 . I K for Casad, Robert Chrisman, Glen Clark, Daryl Curtis, Joan Danielson, Jill fs . J nv Nr Davis, Sandra Day, James Denny, Carol Finley, Linda Flem, Dianne Foulke, Janice Geigef, Dennis Gleason, Wayne Graham, Dennis Downie, Spud Galpin, Darrell Grant, Edla Eastman, Carolyn Garrisany Frieda Gunther, CNJG , I tv' , ,sr Avg, 'Q e "I 1 'M G ' e hr ,J J 13" 3, J. i i a .A ,L L - ,...4i'nk .4 , "' ' Heffel - ' ,- -n V , lf, if , .V .52 il. 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L , , -v if ' 1 l ,B 4, wg! we Ron Creech Dave Monfort Jum Hull and Ruck Kcps unspect the engune of Ron s 53 Studebaker Compougns are un full swung note Duck Hu ber Lundo Betts and Bonnue Meyers durung student body electuons 54 Wulma Armstrong and Mrs Bethge serve students Duck Melheurt Bull Nordlund and Lunda Talbot dur ung the lunch hour rush Hordes of hungry students rush pell mell to the lunch room to eat roger cooke president susan steepy vlce presrdent X ZTM kay katytynulk secretary sophomore class .7 sally rollefson ken huber hillsurer sergeant at arms 9 ffzbo A r H if s of .13 si 'Q' x -4 9' O 3 to I , Allender, Janet AfYlI1gf0ll, Sherry Becker, Olivia Bennett, Ruth BENIQE, Ron 56 43' K if -A , 4' xv 'X Bieker, Janette Barge, Betty Burts Margie Cain, Sharon Carroll, Bob N I X .. f JW! I YY Carter, :weve Casad, Milton Chctfin, Norma Clifford, Elizabeth Cooke, Roger 'Q -J 3-1 I 6.4 f Daniels, Bonnie de Moise, Jim Doyle, Mike Duran, Eva Duran, Virginio 3- ar- 3 -4 J vs '7 -no l .,,- ov I 3 9 " -1 -rj 13 ,.. - X he W ,, .K -B A ,Lf X 9 1' 'Y on xii fl , n Wi' ill W-' 4, H1 M Y,nf4',Ii 'ry 'Cill,!',N,4,', ,ffi i lilii lil ' I , '13 3 .Q . , 5 f 47"'lix .ii xg, it f ugh Durden, Orville GYUVCS, JUUY Henderson, Eqyl DYbVI9, Pdf Graves, Rudy Hines, Phillip Ewing, Roy Garrett, Janice Geiaer, Mike Gray, Kanen Hansen, Sandra Hein, Gary l'l090n, Rainer Holland, Robert Huber, Kathryn 'B - , l I I -n. 1 1, - o a 'J - I -.4 'WTY ill it ' li Huber, Kenneth Hull. Carolyn Jackson, 'arlene Jacobsen, nm... Jacox, Marilyn llelm, David James, Bon James, Jim Jerles, Jim Johnson, Linda Johnson, Wayne 'Q l .4 lou X -. .7-Q X ffl -A lwell , Delbert Richerr,.Koty4 Ridener, Kathy Robbins, Donald Robert, Doug Roberts, Warren . r A Lowry, John M'Il , Mar'Iyn P L' Rumuisen' Allen . jZa:::g:' sgaflrt ELTRSJ' ignite Motney, Melinda Mboizrry Iilarvin Pgwfenrgghii Reed. JudY Kal r milk Ka Lqylonh Delores McGovern, Shurol Mullins, Ronnie M. Pinkerton, Bob Rhoodes, Evelyn T Kelllf Rick y Lilley dhgrlgg Meyn, Sondra Nordlund, Donna P099 I-20 RQCHUMSOI1, RIN l Kelsoxxurol Lindsay' Glam, Mickey' Rlchold glsonl Karen Ransmo Pefer Richard'son, Tom I l t . 1' Q 7 . 's I il I xx Ill! ' 2 X 3 if A i. ' 5 Q5 ' Z 4 1 2 . l If ,I A ,, f il ,bl l4!!,,,X lt 1 , fam 14, . .5 6, Nl lllil ,, lnfgix 1' V ' A Q 1 If J.:k.'. 1l'lll'!!,l ,ye A rr I C2 'za :i .L - 1 1 'IP 'N KL X ls ' Y x 1 Q 1 n f I . f: , N' ' 2' K f h dl I 5 Q0 fa 'S t K . 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Smoots, Sherryl Sonnemann, Dorothy Spady, Alan J Stopp, Marsha Slapp, Marshall Stcepy, Jim Stevens, Dick Szambelan, Bette , 'fs Tornaw, Larry Tucker, Keith Vitelle, Vernon Ward, Arlene wan, Ban Weaver, Linda Wendling, Deena Whccler, Gary White, Janet Williams, Sharon Williamson, Nancy 'Sf Wilson, Fred ni Wisner, Frank S V7 Wood, Gary F Wrolson, Darrell Newstcd, Vernon Niska, Richard Prgffitt, Charlotte Puishis, Mariorie Ramsey, Les Reinke, Fred Rhoades, Ed Roos, Joelle Sauter, Kathy Schlots, Jonct Schultz, Susan Severns, Margaret Shay, Joel Skolrud, Dennis Smith, Orin 4' 77 LQ , fy l md ng 3 5 I s 'I : " If .1--l WJ ...Z Q 1 .J '27 X 1? l ,J J 'ri i l sensor class tum wood presedent We came as freshmen eager and ambltlous fllled with the ldlosyn crasles of youth Our plans were stymled our ambltlons were frultless We were told that this was the bulldmg year the Iearmng year and so reluctantly we accepted our fate As Sophomores we were glven our flrst real duties we undertook them enthuslastlcally Ours was the biggest Thanksglvmg bonfnre Chehalls Hugh School ever had or so we thought Our Sophomore Hop was a mar vel for salllng through one end of the room was a huge shlp At thus dance we wished Bon Voyage to the graduatmg sensors school We had a real say so In student government as our class mem bers held student body offices club offices and posltnons of Importance on our publlcatlons We were almost at the zemth of our hugh school days Our flrst formal was a fantasy of Sea Must with exotic fishes swlmmlng overhead and a huge net covenng the cellmg Fmally we were sensors but dxsappomtlngly not the mature dlgnl fred sensors we hoped to be Our Fall Formal took us on an umagmary tnp Around the World As the year progressed we realrzed realized that Graduatuon was the culmlnatlon of our most carefree days now whether were were ready or not we must accept the responsrbnlutles of an adult 'xv 0 'L l U I . . . I . i u . . .. v . a 1 u I I . I I I I . . . I . ' '- I ' ll ll ' ' . Upperclassmen-Juniors, at last, we were becoming the leaders of our u t . I . I I . . . ' . ll ' u - - ' . . I . I . . . n I G. .- ' u ll U ' T - . ' I Q 1 1 in I I X 44"v. ,fx IM- 5 hi DAVID ALLENDER 1 Hand I I Tr kj Ira IQ Mgr 2 JAY BAMFORD DEAN BROWN T IIIII Frrshv rw S91 at arrrs RAYMOND D LI I I'r FFA 4 Q-J ll 33 'Y EDWARD ANDERSON I IuaII I 5 L BSII Hay CIIIIJ Treas 4 S OG Craft 7 3 4 C Crub Pres 4 MARY BEACHNER A 1 A JUDITH BUESS vsrwarwd TAI .7 a 5 THOMAS DOUGLAS by Y'-' sus. 'va '54 'T jill' 1 -r pf' 'K 4'-1 PEGGY ANNIS C QrwaIm I 2 4 Crrfrsm and Cray I 2 Make up Crew Chr 3 Drama 4 LINDA BETTS L P If I' rms I an ay I IW IwaI rw 3I T am .IEANETTE BURGEN A CIISUIA 'I 4 Crrms rw and W I ' TIIIII ROSELLA DURDEN If 5 V 0 Pm F I3 L A Troas 4 5, I I A , , I D N J' . , 1 I' if I 'fi , I I5 Q., ,ex . .. . I W .J xxjvj. f Nh Q v i ' , I I if-I 4, ' x 2 sr .-'fffkp f' I Ywylx ' 1 5 .. 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