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“Far Away Places”

W e s t S e a t t l e

Hi-Yu
1999 Summer Festival Program

Sponsors & Service Clubs Page 2

Queen & Her Court Page 5

Candidates Page 6

Past Hi-Yu Royalty Pages 10-11

Junior Court Page 12

Schedule of Events Page 15

Join Hi-Yu Today Pages 31-32


2 1999 West Seattle Hi-Yu Summer Festival
1999 Hi-Yu Sponsors and Service Clubs
Donations of Goods and Services
Admiral Benbow Inn Peter Richards Service Clubs Non-Profit Organizations
Site of Visiting Courts Reception Summer Festival Program design. HiYu.com
Al’s Auto Supply design and hosting. American Legion Post #160 Arts West
Site of the 1999 Hi-Yu Car Wash Safety & Supply American Legion Auxiliary Bayview Golf Club
Birmingham Steel Float Storage Fauntleroy YMCA
"Sounds" on Wheels
Kiwanis Club of West Seattle
Steel for trailer repair Hiawatha Advisory Council
Boeing Donated CD player for Float Lions Club of West Seattle
Southwest Seattle Historical Society
Entertainment Stage Stan's Mt View Towing Rotary Club of West Seattle
Float Transportation for Daffodil Parade West Seattle Alumni Association
GT Towing West Seattle Eagles West Seattle Chamber of Commerce
Tacoma Classical Glass Corvette Club
Float Transportation for Sequim Parade Provided cars for Hi-Yu for American Grand West Seattle Sportsmen’s Club
Huling Bros & Thrifty Car Rental Legion Parade and for candidates and royalty
Provided cars for Junior Court in parades at Pirates' Landing
Midas Muffler & Brake Shop West Seattle Big Band 1999 Candidate Sponsors 1999 Candidate Special
Donated Muffler for Float "Concert in the Park”
Print Masters Custom Screen Printing
Awards Sponsors
The West Seattle Herald American Legion Post #160
Candidate sashes Printing our meeting notices, etc. Courtesy Accounting Academic Award: Rebar & Associates, CPA
Patron Members (Businesses) Booster Members (Businesses) Kiwanis Club of West Seattle Community Service Award:
Lions Club of West Seattle Howden-Kennedy Funderal Home
Alki Lumber and Hardware Co. Assurance Escrow
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4200 36 SW ..........................932-7700 5400 California Ave SW.............938-5443 West Seattle Eagles Media Award: Doris Richards
Barnecuts Admiral Way Super Service Mark H. Bingham, DDS
4100 SW Admiral Way ..............935-7588 6007 California Ave SW.............937-5510 Patron Members (Individuals)
Driano & Sorensen Borracchini's Bakery
4511 44th Ave SW....................935-5805 4737 California Ave SW.............325-1550 Harriet Benjamin
Food Services of America ERA Bianchi-Zaar, Inc. Elaine RB Hilden
4025 Delridge Way SW .............933-5000 4448 California Ave SW.............935-3442
Gangon Insurance Agency, Inc. Doris Richards
Emerald Maritime, Inc.
4520 44th Ave SW....................935-9955 nd

Howden-Kennedy Funeral Home


4700 42 Ave SW....................932-9503 Mary & David Rogge
3909 SW Alaska St ...................932-0356 First Mutual Bank
Brenda & Timothy Scallon
Illusions Hair Design, Inc. 4520 California Ave SW.............932-6299
5619 California Ave SW.............938-3675 Golden Sun Restaurant Dell & Victoria Schweitzer
Jackson & Morgan, P.L.L.C. 2806 Alki Ave SW .....................937-3023
PO Box 16720 ..........................932-1314 Javabean, Inc.
th
Kenny Presbyterian Home 6521 5 Ave NE.......................522-0860
7125 Fauntleroy Way SW ..........937-2800 Kathy's Studio of Dance
John A. Knapp & Associates, Inc. 4210 SW Edmunds ...................935-3777 Morton’s United Drugs
3920 California Ave SW.............937-1551 La Louisianne Bill McNary
Menashe & Sons 4548 California Ave SW.............935-2628 Manager
4532 California Ave SW.............932-4272 Lien Animal Clinic bmcnary@compuserve.com
Merry Maids 3710 SW Alaska .......................932-1133
6419 Fauntleroy Way SW ..........937-7083 MTM Restaurant West Inc.,
Dr. George F. Naden
dba McDonald's Prescription Delivery in West Seattle
4000 SW Admiral Way ..............935-2632 UPS Mailing and Copy Center
6307 California Ave SW.............923-2515
Northwest Art & Frame
4733 California Ave SW.............937-5507 Byron M. Nakagawa, DDS, PS
nd
4520 42 Ave SW....................935-3161
O'Neill Plumbing Company
The Plant Connection, Inc.
4707 California Ave SW (206)932-4225
6056 California Ave SW.............932-5283 Seattle, WA 98116 Fax: (206)938-3454
The Prudential PO Box 16248 ..........................932-3884
4700 42nd Ave SW....................932-4500 Quid'Nunc
Rebar & Associates 4306 SW Oregon ......................932-8795
4727 44th Ave SW....................938-2906 Randall Berg & Associates
Swedish Automotive, Inc. 5445 California Ave SW.............938-0999
7501 35th Ave SW....................938-8685 Paul Kari Smits, DDS, PS
Tom's Automotive Service 5647 California Ave SW.............935-4611
3616 SW Oregon ......................937-1144 Southwest Saws and Mowers
US Bank th
4447 35 Ave SW....................935-4880
4200 SW Edmunds St ...............923-1676 Don Swanson Insurance Inc.
Washington Mutual Bank th
4711 44 Ave SW....................937-3050
4501 California Ave SW.............461-6375 West Home Funeral Chapel
West Seattle Foot & Ankle Clinic 4400 California Ave SW.............932-9300
4520 42nd Ave SW....................933-8144
West Seattle Furnace Sales Company
West Seattle Licenses, Inc. Complete Auto Service
5048 California Ave SW.............938-3111
4619 37th Ave SW....................935-5454
Findings, Inc. 4820 California Ave SW
West Seattle Nursery
5275 California Ave SW..........935-9276
4529 California Ave SW.............938-4221 Seattle, WA • 98116 (206)932-5044

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1999 West Seattle Hi-Yu Summer Festival 3
1999 Hi-Yu Officers and Committee Members
1999 West Seattle Hi-Yu Officers

Karin Enger Virgina Cyr Tiara Johnson Nancy Cromer


President Vice President Secretary Treasurer

Past President & Trustees


Loren Gulhaugen .............................................................Past President
Barbara Edwards ............................................American Legion Auxiliary
www.HiYu.com
Mike Palmquist ............................................Kiwanis Club of West Seattle
Dorothy Poplawski..........................................Hiawatha Advisory Council

1999 West Seattle Hi-Yu Committee Chairpersons


Auditing:........................................................................................................Barbara Edwards
Bowling Tournament:........................................................................................Kathy Estabrook
Buttons: ...................................................................Barbara Edwards/Nancy Cromer/Kathy Parks
Candidate Coordinator:.........................................................................................Tiara Johnson
Candidate Essay Reading
& Open House:.......................................................................................Jay & Joanne Murray
Car Show ................................................................................................................Mike Palmquist
Community Breakfast: ........................................................................................Sheryl Packard
Concert in the Park:............................................................Jim Edwards {West Seattle Big Band]
Float......................................................................................................................Paul Wilds
Holiday Fashion Show: ...........................................................................................Karin Enger
Judges Coordinator: ..........................................................................................Nancy Sherman
Junior Court Coordinator:........................................................................................Karen Ogard
Junior Court Coronation: .......................................................Dorothy Poplawski/Lynne Chamberlin
Kids Fishing Derby:.......................................................................Lloyd Jeter {Sportsmens' Club]
Membership: ...............................................................................Karin Enger/Dorothy Poplawski
Pirates' Landing:.............................................................................................Loren Gulhaugen
Kids Pirates Costume Contest: ...............................................Mike Palmquist [W.S. Kiwanis Club]
Publicity:...............................................................................................................Virginia Cyr
Scholarship Pageant:.............................................................................................Donna Kehle
Seafair Representative: ...........................................................................................Karin Enger
Senior Court Chaperone: .........................................................................................Mary Rogge Visit our website, anytime and get the latest
Souvenir Book: ......................................................................................................Karin Enger information on the West Seattle Hi-Yu festival.
Street Fair Booth: ...................................................................................................Jay Murray
Trailer:.............................................................................................................Mike Palmquist
Schedules, events, and sign up forms for the street
Visiting Courts Reception: ...................................................................................Brenda Scallon
White Rose Reception: ..........................................................................................Marsha Riley fair.

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4 1999 West Seattle Hi-Yu Summer Festival
1999 Souvenir Button & West Seattle Hi-Yu Community Float
Souvenir Button West Seattle Hi-Yu Community Float
The West Seattle Hi-Yu Community Float "Far Away
Places" is a floating garden featuring golden
pagodas, traditional ceremonial arches, flowering
cherry trees and a teahouse. Cranes and turtles
inhabit this garden setting. Children dance while
majestic swans and sailing boats glide in the lagoon.
The haunting strains of Puccini's Madam Butterfly
ensure that this sparkling tribute to our sister city Kobe,
Japan will be unforgettable. The float was designed
by Paul Wilds and has won awards at every parade
we've been to so far this year:

Daffodil Parade (Tacoma):


"Best From Another Festival"
Irrigation Festival Parade (Sequim):
"Far Away Places" was the theme selected this year in President's Award
honor of our sister city, Kobe, Japan. This year's
Rhododendron Parade (Port Townsend):
button is a beautiful souvenir and a great way to help
Grand Sweepstakes Trophy
support the West Seattle Hi-Yu Summer Festival. West
Seattle Hi-Yu is a non-profit, all-volunteer
organization and all the Hi-Yu community activities I hope you were watching the 1998 Seafair Torchlight
Parade. The West Seattle Hi-Yu Community Float won
listed on the Program schedule are funded by
the “Sweepstakes Trophy,” the Torchlight Parade's
business, non-profit and individual community most prestigious award.
member donations.
This year's float took hundreds of hours of preparation
You can buy a button at all Hi-Yu events and be sure to by a few dedicated individuals. We barely got it done
look for the Miss West Seattle Hi-Yu candidates, this in time for the Daffodil Parade in April. It wasn't
year's royalty and Hi-Yu members at the intersection of because we started too late. Our designer Paul Wilds
Alaska and California Avenues during the Junction was hard at work on the float even before last year's
Merchants Street Festival, July 8-11. season ended. We could have used your help. This
is your float! Next year please get involved. There's a
While the button helps fund these activities, needless job for everyone. No experience necessary. It's hard
to say your $10 individual membership, $30 to describe the thrill of having the float you worked on
non-profit membership and $50+ business win top honors at parades. Come and find out for
yourself how it feels. Call the Hi-Yu Info Line
membership is vital to the future of West Seattle Hi-
(206) 932-3345 to get more information
Yu. Of critical importance, also, is the need for
community members to participate in planning and
production of the summer festival. The Hi-Yu
organization has been reduced to a very few hard-
working individuals who just don't want to see this 65-
year-old festival retire. There are many ways you can
help with this year's festival or bring your friends and
neighbors and add your names to the Hi-Yu
membership list next year so we can continue to have
the summer festival our community deserves. For
information on meetings and activities, please call the
Hi-Yu Info Line at (206) 932-3345 or talk to us at the
Junction Merchants Street Festival.

Official Hi-Yu Website www.HiYu.com “Far Away Places”


1999 West Seattle Hi-Yu Summer Festival 5
Miss West Seattle Hi-Yu Photos by Murray’s Photography
Sarah Chamberlain - First Princess
Hello, my name is Sarah
Chamberlain. I am your 1999 West
Seattle Hi-Yu First Princess. This
past year has been one that I will
never forget. It began by meeting
a great group of girls who were my
fellow candidates. After the
pageant, my year continued with
Queen Auburn and Second
Princess Jennifer. We have had a
great year together so far.

I have spent this past year studying


commercial photography at Seattle Central
Community College. I have also spent numerous Saturdays working on
our award-winning float. “Thank you” to our float designer, Paul Wilds. I
feel privileged to have not only helped construct a dream, but to ride on it
Auburn Scallon - Queen as well.

Hi, my name is Auburn Scallon. I'm a student I would like to take this opportunity to thank West Seattle. This is a great
community, one I am proud to be a part of and honored to represent. I
at the University of Washington, a teacher at
would like to thank the members of West Seattle Hi-Yu for donating their
Kathy's Studio of Dance, and your 1999 West time, energy, and good spirits to make this year possible and an experience
Seattle Hi-Yu Queen! of a lifetime.

The first thing I have to do is say a huge thank Jennifer Rogge - Second Princess
you to my family, roommates, everyone at
Hello, my name is Jennifer Rogge and
Angelina's and Kathy's Studio of Dance, and I am your 1999 Second Princess. I
of course, every member of Hi-Yu, without have just graduated from Puget
who's support, patience, and understanding I Sound Christian College with my
AA in Elementary Education. In the
wouldn't be here. Fall I am planning on transferring
to Northwest Christian College to
pursue my BA in Elementary
When asked to write this, I had a hard time Special Education. For the past
putting into words what this experience has two years I have been working at
Academy Gymnastics and Dance of
meant to me, until my mom told me a story Edmonds where I am one of the head
about one of her friends who's earliest coaches for the competitive
memory was of a West Seattle Hi-Yu Queen gymnastics team. I am also a member
of West Seattle Christian Church.
riding by on a float and waving at him; and
that reminded me of watching parades, These past few months have been a wonderful experience. Auburn, Sarah
going to the Pirates' Landing and Junction and I have become great friends, and we have enjoyed traveling to the
different communities to represent West Seattle.
Merchants' Street Festival every year that I
can remember. What Hi-Yu means to me is I would like to take this opportunity to say thank you to all of the volunteers
fun and memories that will last a lifetime, and who have helped make this year possible. I would like to thank Paul Wilds
for designing a beautiful, award-winning float for us. I would also like to
I hope that this year is something you'll look say thank you to my parents who have been so supportive and helpful in
back on and smile about. I know I will. everything.

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6 1999 West Seattle Hi-Yu Summer Festival
1999 Miss West Seattle Hi-Yu Candidates
Heather Cook
Heather Cook is the daughter of Lorrie and Jerry Cook. She graduated from Seattle Lutheran in 1999 and will be attending St.
John's University in New York in the Fall where she plans to pursue a career in the communications field, particularly in broadcast
journalism. In 1999 Heather received the Washington Interscholastic Activities Association "Distinguished Scholastic Award", the
West Seattle Lions Club Student of the Month for January and the Presidential Academic Scholarship to St. John's University, New
York. She has lettered in three sports: soccer, basketball and track. In 1999, she received the NCAA Division 1 Athletic
Scholarship for Varsity Soccer at St. John's University; she was a participant in the "B" State Championship Tournament in
basketball and she was track co-captain. Heather is currently employed by Fisher Broadcasting (ABC KOMOTV4) where she
works with the scripts and runs the teleprompter for the KOMOTV4 newscasts. She is also a volunteer at North Central Kiwanis
Clubs' Camp Casey and participates in a volunteer mission trip to Ensenada, Mexico. Heather's hobbies are soccer, singing,
dancing and meeting new people. Her sponsor is the West Seattle Kiwanis Club.

Nida Hun
Nida Hun is the daughter of Sokha Hing and Yeng Hun. She graduated from Seattle Lutheran in 1999 and will be
attending the University of Washington in the Fall. Her goal is to become a pediatrician and she would also like to work
with at-risk youth. Nida was active in student government at Seattle Lutheran High School and participated in Varsity
Volleyball, Varsity Track and JV Basketball. She was a member of Key Club, Honors Society; and received the Hugh
O'Brien Award, Most Improved Varsity Volleyball and the American Legion Seniors Award. Nida was on the Dean's List
and was Lions Club Student of the Month (November '98). She is currently employed as an office assistant at Rayner &
Angstead and is also a volunteer at First Place where she is a tutor and mentor to homeless children. Nida's hobbies are
jogging, swimming and volleyball. Her sponsor is American Legion #160.

Michelle Mierz
Michelle Mierz is the daughter of Linda and Greg Mierz. Michelle will be a Senior at Holy Names Academy in the Fall.
Michelle has been an ASB rep, a school ambassador, school big sister, musical choreographer and will be senior year
class president. She has received various school department awards, NHS inductee, ambassador of the month,
thespians' most spirited inductee, and the Holy Names Academy Trustee Scholarship. Michelle's long range goals include
undergraduate study at Seattle University or Western and then a masters in business from Columbia. She is currently
employed as a hostess at Salty's on Alki and she also spends several hours a week at St. Mary's Food Bank helping
organize and distribute donated food. Michelle's hobbies are dancing, singing and acting. Her sponsor is Courtesy
Accounting.

Catherine Chambers
Catherine Chambers is the daughter of Pam and Mike Chambers. Catherine will be a senior at West Seattle High School
this Fall. She is a member of Honor Roll and participates in cheerleading, gymnastics (made it to regionals) and track.
Catherine is involved with a Child Development Class through West Seattle High School. The class helps elementary
students at Lafayette with their schoolwork. Catherine enjoys acting and taking voice lessons. She is currently working at
Subway. Catherine hopes to attend Arizona State with the goal of becoming a Physical Therapist. Her sponsor is the West
Seattle Eagles.

Jilli Victorio
Jilli Victorio is the daughter of Susan and Danny Victorio. This Fall she will be a sophomore at Washington State University
where she is majoring in Advertising Communications. Jilli is pledge class secretary and Greek Goddess 1999 for her
sorority, Chi Omega. She is also Vice President of the Filipino American Student Association at WSU. Jilli was a 1998
graduate of West Seattle High School and participated in many extracurricular activities. She was photo editor for the
Chinook, KIRO 7 Sports Correspondent, writer for the Mirror Newspaper, Youth Column writer for Fil-Am Herald, a
member of Youth Volunteer Corps, a Peer Mediator, a member of Natural Helpers, and on the BP Fashion Board. Jilli
was awarded Miss Inspiration 1998, Lions Club Student of the Month for Leadership ('98, W.S. Alumni Scholarship Award
('98), West Seattle Honor Cord ('98), Varsity Basketball Most Inspirational ('98), Varsity Track Most Inspirational ('98),
Homecoming Queen (97'-98'), and a scholarship to take part in 1999 Business Week at Western Washington University.
Jilli is currently a camp counselor at Alki Community Center. Her hobbies are dancing, choreographing and
photography. Her sponsor is the Lions Club of West Seattle.

Official Hi-Yu Website www.HiYu.com “Far Away Places”


1999 West Seattle Hi-Yu Summer Festival 7
West Seattle Hi-Yu Fundraisers
Holiday Fashion Show Commemorative Stepping Stone
In December West Seattle Karen Haynes-Palmquist created this beautiful one-of-a-
Hi-Yu held a fashion show kind artwork using stained glass for the design. The
at the Fauntleroy stepping stone measures about 12" across its hexagon
Community Church. Our shape and was inspired by the 1999 Hi-Yu button and
models were the 1999 festival theme "Far Away Places." Karen has been a
Senior Court and their member of Hi-Yu for about ten years and has donated this
mothers: Queen Auburn stepping stone to be raffled to raise funds to help support
the West Seattle Hi-Yu Summer Festival.
Scallon and her mother,
Brenda; 1st Princess Sarah
Raffle tickets will be available at the Street Festival and at all
Chamberlain and her
other Hi-Yu events and the drawing for the stone will be held
mother, Lynn; and 2nd
at the Miss West Seattle Hi-Yu Coronation Sunday evening,
Princess Jennifer Rogge
July 25th, at West Seattle High School.
and her mother, Mary; and
the 1999 Junior Court and
their mothers: Queen Queen Auburn Scallon modelling at the Holiday Fashion Show.
Michaela Estabrook and her mother, Kathy; 1st Princess
Jordon Bristol and her mother, Carol; and 2nd Princess
Sarah Johnson and her mother, Diane. Five West Seattle
stores provided the season's hottest holiday fashions:

Findings Shafrans Apparel


Lamonts Target
Margaret's Apparel

West Seattle Nursery donated a beautiful poinsettia as a


raffle prize. Holiday cookies and punch were served at “THE STORE WITH THE CLOCK”
intermission and Queen Auburn's father, Tim, performed on
the guitar.
Menashe & Sons Jewelers
Fine Diamonds and Watches Since 1953
“A Full Service Jewelry Store”
Annual Hi-Yu Car Wash
VISIT OUR GIFT GALLERY
A big thank you goes to Al's Auto Supply (3727 California Quality Gifts For All Occasions
Ave SW) for allowing Hi-Yu to use their parking lot and
water for a car wash held June 12th. Everything • Over 1,000 styles of traditional & custom-made
settings & wedding sets
cooperated that day to make the car wash a success: we • Ring remounting & stone setting
had a good turnout of hard-working Hi-Yu volunteers (most • Diamond earrings, pendants & tennis bracelets
put in at least a two-hour shift, some stayed the whole day - • Large collection of 14Kt. gold chains, bracelets
6 hours); the weather couldn't have been better; and we & earrings
• Large selection of loose diamonds, emeralds,
had a steady stream of dirty cars with generous owners. It rubies & sapphires
was a great day to see old friends and meet new community • Imported oriental jade, opal and lapis jewelry
members, and we also got a chance to squirt (by accident, • Guaranteed watch, clock & jewelry repair
of course) some of our fellow Hi-Yu volunteers. • Estate Jewelry Department
FINANCING AVAILABLE • LAY AWAYS

Open: Mon. - Fri. 10:00-5:30


Sat. 10:00-5:00
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DIAMOND AND WEDDING RINGS

INSURANCE APPRAISALS
932-4272
WE BUY & “AT THE JUNCTION”
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4532 CALIFORNIA AVE. S.W.

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8 1999 West Seattle Hi-Yu Summer Festival
West Seattle Hi-Yu White Rose Reception
1999 White Rose Reception
On June 29, the Order of the White Rose, a sorority made ALKI
TAVERN
up of past and current West Seattle royalty and candidates,
held its annual reception at the Fauntleroy Community
Church.

Queen Auburn Scallon , First Princess Sarah 1321 Harbor Ave SW


Seattle, WA • 98116
Chamberlain and Second Princess Jennifer Rogge Lunch Daily
welcomed this year's candidates Catherine Chambers
(sponsored by the West Seattle Eagles), Heather Cook
(sponsored by the West Seattle Kiwanis Club), Nida Hun
(206) 932-9970
(sponsored by American Legion #160), Michelle Mierz
(sponsored by Courtesy Accounting) and Jilli Victorio
(sponsored by the Lions Club of West Seattle), into the Order Paints
of the White Rose.

The reception was planned and hosted by the 1998 Court, Alki Lumber & Ace Hardware Co.
Serving Greater Seattle Since 1921
Queen Katie Riley; First Princess Aly Schweitzer;
COMPLETE BUILDING MATERIALS CENTER
Second Princess Tiara Johnson; and Queen Katie's
Fast Delivery • Custom Cutting
mother, Marcia Riley. Builders Hardware • Timbers
C & C PAINTS • ACE HARDWARE
At the End of West Seattle Freeway 4422 36th Ave. S.W.
Memory books from Hi-Yu festivals were on display and past P.O. Box 16345
(206) 932-7700 Fax: (206) 937-7068 Seattle, WA 98116
court members shared memories of their experiences with
Hi-Yu, their service to the West Seattle community and the
fun times that went with it. If you did not receive an invitation QUALITY STREET

this year and would like to be added to the mailing list,


please call the Hi-Yu Info Line (932-3345).

REAL ESTATE
WEST SEATTLE
Independently Owned

(206)935-7700
5242 California Ave SW
Fax (206) 935-7000

Landlord Management, Inc.

GREATER SEATTLE
WEST SEATTLE - SOUTH

Homes • Apts • Condos


Commercial
Serving Owners Since 1938

(206) 935-2411
5248 California Ave SW
Cutting the cake at the 1998 White Rose Reception are from left (Aly Schweitzer, Crystal Contreras, Katie Riley, Sarah Thorburn,
Tricia Kehle & Tiara Johnson.

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1999 West Seattle Hi-Yu Summer Festival 9
1999 Hi-Yu Coronation
Miss West Seattle Hi-Yu Coronation
Again this year it will be "Lights! Music! Action!" in the West
Seattle High School auditorium. The 1999 Miss West Seattle
Hi-Yu Coronation will be a sparkling close to this year's Hi-Yu

Photo by Murray’s Photography


festivities.
This year's coronation will be the product of the wonderful
collaboration of our chairperson Donna Kehle, 1997 Queen
nd nd
Sarah Thorburn, 1997 2 Princess Tricia Kehle and 1998 2
Princess Tiara Johnson.
The Coronation is the final
phase of a summer that has
been filled with many challenges
and we hope a lot of fun for our 1998 Miss Hi-Yu Candidates
candidates. In June they met
their sponsors and were Date: July 25, 1999
inducted into the Order of the
Time: 7:00 p.m.
Photo by Murray’s Photography

White Rose. In addition to all


the community Hi-Yu festivities, Place: West Seattle High School Auditorium
th
on July 12 the candidates will Tickets: $7.50 (Candidates will be selling tickets
participate in an essay reading
and tickets will be available at the door)
and reception. This will be a
judged event and will be held Opening number at the 1998 Miss Hi-Yu Coronoation performed by the 1997-98 court and the 1998
following the Hi-Yu General candidates.
Meeting (7:15 pm) at the West
Seattle Senior Center. This is a good time to meet the
candidates and the Hi-Yu volunteers who help make the H Media Career Award for the candidate with past
summer festival possible. experience in media or future plans for a career in
You won't want to be late for the coronation the opening print, broadcast or the Internet.
number promises to be just as spectacular as last year's. The The candidate selected by the judges as the new West
candidates will then demonstrate to the audience and the Seattle Hi-Yu Queen will receive a $1,000 scholarship; the
judges one of their many talents and their skill at First and Second Princesses each receive a $500
extemporaneous speaking. scholarship.
In addition to the selection of the Court for 1999-2000, We hope you will attend the coronation and show your
candidates will be selected to receive the following awards: support for these exceptional young women who have
Academic Achievement Award is based on GPA, letters of served their community this summer and have been
recommendation from schools and instructors as well as ambassadors for West Seattle at neighboring community
overall participation in their chosen fields of study. festivals. It's also a great time to honor our current royalty,
Senior and Junior Court, for the outstanding job they have
H Community Service Award is awarded for volunteer done this year. This isn't the end of their reign there are
service to the community through activities and more parades to come and Queen Auburn Scallon will be a
participation in other charitable events on a volunteer participant in the Seafair Coronation Tuesday, July 27th at
basis during the past two years. the Paramount Theater.
H Miss Congeniality Award for the most congenial
candidate is voted on by all candidates in the Miss West
Seattle Hi-Yu pageant. R. EORGE . ADEN D G F N
H Creative Expression Award is awarded to the
candidate exhibiting the highest level of talent, poise and DENTISTRY
presentation at the coronation event.
H The Spirit of Hi-Yu Award is awarded for enthusiasm,
attendance at all official Hi-Yu events and for fundraising
and button sales.
4000 S.W. ADMIRAL WAY
SEATTLE, WA 98116 937-3350
(206)

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10 1999 West Seattle Hi-Yu Summer Festival
Past West Seattle Hi-Yu Royalty
SENIOR COURT 1985-86 1974-75 1968-69 1962-63
1998-99 Queen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Jennifer King Queen . . . . . . . . Karen Eklunds (Rowlee) Queen . . . . . . . . Jamie Georges (Milner) Queen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Bonnie Morse
1st Princess . . . . . . . . . . . . Stacy Hollrah 1st Princess. . . . Barbara Swena (Barnes) 1st Princess . . . . . . . . . Cheryl McConkey
Queen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Auburn Scallon 1st Princess . . . . . . . . . . . . . Sue Boahm
2nd Princess . . . . Lisa Brown (Rodriquez)
1st Princess. . . . . . . . Sarah Chamberlain 3rd Princess . Cherlyn Bledssoe (Ferguson) 2nd Princess . . . . . Kristie Long (Veyerlin) 2nd Princess . . . . . . . . Joy Laura Arkoosh 2nd Princess . . . . . . . . . . . Mikael Jones
2nd Princess . . . . . . . . . . Jennifer Rogge
1984-85 1973-74 1967-68 1961-62
1997-98 Queen . . . . . . . . . . . . . Christine Hatfield
Queen. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Katie Riley Queen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Lori Brandt Queen. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Julie Lindmark Queen . . . . . . . . . . . . . Mary Ann Neville
1st Princess . . . . . . . . Janet Kisch (Bredl)
1st Princess . . . . . . . . . . . Aly Schweitzer 2nd Princess. . . . . Monica Leahy (Kenny) 1st Princess . . . . . . . . Dawn Caddy (Gaz) 1st Princess . . . . . . . . Kathleen Donnelly 1st Princess . . . . . . . . . Lenore Stakulson
2nd Princess . . . . . . . . . . . Tiara Johnson 3rd Princess . . . . . . . . . . . Sharon Stone 2nd Princess . . . . . . . . . . . . Vini Herreid 2nd Princess . . . . . . . . . . Darlene Smith 2nd Princess . . . . . . . . . . . Mardie Keane

1996-97 1983-84
Queen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Sarah Thorburn 1972-73 1966-67 1960-61
Queen. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Michelle Baker
1st Princess. . . . . . . . . . Crystal Contreras 1st Princess . . . Danetta Schafer (Carufel) Queen . . . . . . . . . . Julie Baskett (Jones) Queen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Karen Kirsch Queen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Carrie Farman
2nd Princess. . . . . . . . . . . . . Tricia Kehle 2nd Princess . . . . . . . . . Bunny Campbell 1st Princess. . . . . . Kathy Dempsey (Itter) 1st Princess . . . Sanja Nelson (Talmadge) Princess . . . . . . . . . . . . Sandra Bardsley
2nd Princess. . . . . . . . . . . Saundra Selle 2nd Princess . . . . . . . . . . Eileen Massart Princess . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Penny Busche
1995-96 1982-83
Queen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Dawn Hewitt Queen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Karen Dahl
1st Princess. . . . . . . . . . . Sonya Khazaal 1st Princess. . . . . . . . . . . . . Zennea Duff 1971-72 1965-66 1959-60
2nd Princess. . . . . . . . . . Nicole Chastain 2nd Princess . . . . Gwen Willimon (Jones) Queen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Linda Phelps Queen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Sherrie Oslin Queen. . . . . . . . . . . . . Sandra Gallagher
1st Princess. . . . . . . . Yvette Van Vorhees 1st Princess . . . . . . . . Caroline Newquist Princess . . . . . . . . . . . . Maria Postnikoff
1994-95 1981-82 2nd Princess . . . . . . . . . . Sandy Shearer
Queen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Heidi Wilke 2nd Princess . . . . . . . . . . . . Cindy Smith Princess . . . . . . . . . . . Karen Lee Rinnert
Queen. . . . . . . Christine McBride (Keene)
1st Princess . . . . . . . . Pauline Newmeier 1st Princess . . . . . . Tammy Inggwaldson
2nd Princess. . . . . . . . . . . Cheryl Balliett 2nd Princess. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1970-71 1964-65 1958-59
. . . . . . . . Annette Wikstrom (Silvernake) Queen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Lynn Garcia Queen. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Marlene Miller Queen . . . . . . . . Nancy Mattison (Eaton)
1993-94 1st Princess. . . . Jacquelyn Wilmot (Duty)
Queen . . . . . . . . . . . . . Alexandra Hogan 1st Princess. . . . . . . . . . . . Diane Fasano Princess . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Judy Shore
1980-81 2nd Princess . . . . . . . . . . . . . Terri Fasso
1st Princess . . . . . . . Tami Phelps (Jones) Queen . . . . . . Colleen Good (McLaughlin) 2nd Princess. . . . . . . . . . . . . . Rene Fain Princess . . . . . . . . . . . . . Sharon Mitchell
2nd Princess . . . . . . . . . . . Jodi Maxfield 1st Princess . Ariska Hairston (Thompson)
2nd Princess . . Theresa Dolan (Anderson) 1969-70 1963-64 1957-58
1992-93
Queen. . . . . . . . . . Laurel Newitt (Griffin) Queen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Judy Glover Queen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Margery Barr
Queen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Ginger Rice 1979-80
1st Princess . . . . . . . . . . . Gretchen Girod Queen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Stacy Hartog 1st Princess . . Karen Magnussen (Sledge) 1st Princess . . . . . . . . . . . Marlene Krook Princess. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Sue Baker
2nd Princess . . . . . . . . . . Sefla Fuhrman 1st Princess. . . . . . . . . Pam Miori (Story) 2nd Princess . . . . . . . . . Jayne Margiotta 2nd Princess . . . . . . . . . . . Connie Harris Princess . . . . . . . . . . . . . Loretta Lenning
2nd Princess . Donita Werlech (Cadinale)
1991-92
Queen. . . . . Kerrianne Ferrero (Thronson)
1st Princess . . . . . . . . . . . . Amy Weiland
1978-79
Queen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Kathy Sullivan
Photography by
2nd Princess . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . -- 1st Princess . . . . . . . . . . . . . Gina Megal
2nd Princess . . Mary Tarabochia (Olason)
1990-91
Queen . . . . . . . . . . . Deborah Henthorm Negatives on File Since 1965
1977-78
1st Princess . . . . . . . . . . Angela Bradley Queen. . . . . . . . . . . . . . Kelly Buckmiller
2nd Princess . . . . . . . . . . Donna Raynew 1st Princess. . . . . . . . . . . . . . Mary Voier
2nd Princess . . . Mary Batterson (Weglin)
The Natural,
1989-90
Queen. . . . . . . . . . . . . Jennifer Lacounte 1976-77
1st Princess. . . . . . . . . . . . . Susan Gibbs Queen . . . . . . . . . . . . Jodi Stubb (Olson)
Unique,
2nd Princess . . . Theresa Schutt (Koback) 1st Princess. . . . Cindy Bedlow (Simpson)
2nd Princess . . . . . . . . . . . Laura Plough
1988-89 Sensitive
Queen. . . Theresa Bussman (Abbamondi) 1975-76
1st Princess . . . . . . . Anne-Louise Lorentz Queen . . . . . . . . . . . . . Debbie Freeman
2nd Princess . . . . . . . . . . Cheryl Weiland 1st Princess . . . . . . . . . . . . Debbie Green
Approach to
3rd Princess . . . . . . . . Christine Poythress 2nd Princess . . . . . . . . . . . Debbie Kronk

1987-88 1974-75
Portraiture
Queen . . . . . . . . Sheila Mattson (Guard) Queen . . . . . . . . Karen Eklunds (Rowlee)
1st Princess. . . . . . . . . . . Jodi Thomason 1st Princess . . . . . . . . . . . . . Sue Boahm
2nd Princess . . . . . . . . . . . . Kristin Girod 2nd Princess . . . . . Kristie Long (Veyerlin)

1986-87 1973-74
Queen. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Julie Shenman Free Portrait For
Queen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Lori Brandt 25th, 50th, 75th Anniversary,
1st Princess . . . . . . . . . . . . . Kim Tupper 1st Princess . . . . . . . . Dawn Caddy (Gaz) & Anyone 100 Years Or Older
2nd Princess . . . . . . . . . Karin Edenholm 2nd Princess . . . . . . . . . . . . Vini Herreid
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1999 West Seattle Hi-Yu Summer Festival 11
Past West Seattle Hi-Yu Royalty (Continued from previous page)

1956-57 JUNIOR COURT ROYALTY 1991-92


Queen. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Ruth Lorentzen Queen. . . . . . . . . . . . . Marissa Rodenburg
Princess . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Janeil Ray 1998-99 1st Princess . . . . . . . . . . Natalie Scherwin
Princess . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Beverly Gilman Queen . . . . . . . . . . . . Michaela Estabrook 2nd Princess . . . . . . . . . Brandy Grosvenor
1st Princess . . . . . . . . . . . . . Jordon Bristol
1955-56 2nd Princess . . . . . . . . . . . Sarah Johnson
Queen . . . . . . . . . . . Sheila Rusten (Todd) 1990-91
Princess . . . . . . . . . . . . . Sandy Thompson 1997-98 Queen. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Jessica Hoffman
Princess . . . Laurine Moilanen (Homestead) Queen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Brittani Crevling 1st Princess . . . . . . . . . . . . . Angie Ferrero
1st Princess . . . . . . . . . . . . . Kelsey Picard 2nd Princess . . . . . . . . . . . . Heather Cook
1954-55 2nd Princess. . . . . . . . . . . . Tawnia Barker
Queen . . . . . Diane Friesen (Dyan Cannon) ALKI BEACH
Princess . . . . . . . . . . . . . Shirley Sherman 1996-97 1981-82 DINE IN
Princess. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Sally Woeck Queen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Paige Baglien Queen. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . N/A OR
1st Princess . . . . . . . . . Savannah Hosford 1st Princess. . . . . . . . . . . . . Tiara Johnson TAKE OUT
1953-54 2nd Princess . . . . . . Melanie Lauren Faber Same Location
2nd Princess . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . N/A
Queen. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Jo Lee Davis Same Ownership
Princess . . . . . . . . . . . . . Patricia McGough 1995-96 Since 1935
Queen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Tori Enger 1973-74
Princess . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Joann Shore
1st Princess . . . . . . . . . . . . Sara Hoagland
• Fish And Chips
Queen . . . . . . . . . . . . Deena Marie Joanis
2nd Princess . . . . . . . . . . Courtny Williams • Prawns
1952-53 Princess. . . . . . . . . . . . . . Elizabeth Planta
Queen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Diane Qualls Princess . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Leslie Church
• Scallops
Princess . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Darelle Botten 1994-95 • Oysters
Queen . . . . . . . . . . . . . Elizabeth Coleman
Princess . . . . . . . . . . . . . Marlene Jackson • Clam Strips
1st Princess . . . . . . . . . . Sarah Gulhaugen 1972-73
2nd Princess. . . . . . . . . . . . . Carina Carter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Mary Jo Rutto • Clam Chowder
There were no queens & princesses for
1936 – 1951 1992-93
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Michal Rutto • Halibut
Queen. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . N/A . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Shawn Montgomery
1935
Queen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . June Grayson
1st Princess. . . . . . . . . . . . . . Amber Hintz . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Lisa Montgomery 2666 ALKI AVE SW
2nd Princess . . . . . . . . . . Vanessa Binkley (206)
Aide . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Mae Reddin
1959
Aide . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Billee Rice 1991-92
Queen. . . . . . . . . . . . . Marissa Rodenburg
Queen. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Carla Damgaard 938-0606
Open 11 am Daily
1934 1st Princess . . . . . . . . . . Natalie Scherwin Princess . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Dawn Stumf
Miss Hi-Yu . . . . . . . . . . . . . Evelyn Lindren 2nd Princess . . . . . . . . . Brandy Grosvenor Princess . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Kathy Kruse

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12 1999 West Seattle Hi-Yu Summer Festival
Junior Miss West Seattle Hi-Yu Jordon Bristol - First Princess
Photos by Murray’s Studio
Junior court First Princess, Jordan
Bristol, is seven years old and is
currently in first grade at
Pathfinder Alternative School in
West Seattle.
She has been involved in
swimming lessons at the West
Seattle YMCA for the past six years.
She has also taken ballet and tap
dancing.
Jordan is enjoying her first year as a Brownie
Girl Scout member, and she is looking forward to working with the
West Seattle community in both Girl Scouts and Hi-Yu.
She loves creating artwork and wants to be an artist when she grows
up. She also enjoys reading, playing dress-up, and playing with her
dad and her younger brother, Coleton in the back yard. She is also a
willing participant on shopping trips to the mall with mom. She also
has a golden retriever named Max and a cat named Touloust.
Jordan is excited to be involved with Hi-Yu, and is really looking
Kayla Estabrook - Queen forward to participating in the Hi-Yu parades this spring and summer.

Michaela ("Kayla") Lonella-June Estabrook is the daughter of Mike and Sarah Johnson - Second Princess
Kathy Estabrook and has lived in West Seattle all her life. She attends Sarah Elizabeth Johnson is ten years
Gatewood Elementary, where she will be starting 4th grade in the fall. old and attends Seattle Christian
She has also been a student at Kathy's Studio of Dance in West Seattle School. Her favorite subjects are
for six years. music, reading and art. Sarah's
Kayla is proud of her parents Mike works as a mechanic and is a race family is active in Westside
car driver in the Nascar Raceway Circuit; and Kathy works for the State Presbyterian Church. Sarah also
of Washington in Social Services. Kayla has two sisters, Angie and sings in the Sounds of Joy Youth
Rhianna, and a brother, Brian. Choir.

Kayla's dream is to one day be the owner of "Kayla's Pet Palace she Sarah loves animals and insects. Her
wants to save abandoned animals and find homes for as many of them house pets include two yellow tabby cats, an
as she can. Australian Shepherd dog, and various short-term insect guests.
When Kayla was crowned the Junior Court Queen she cried with joy. Comfortable on roller blades or in a swimming pool as she is in her
She promised her family that she would make someone smile each and princess gown, Sarah is active, outgoing, and friendly. As she
every day she wore her crown. The honor of being chosen Queen will practices her "princess wave," she eagerly looks forward to
be a memory she will treasure for the rest of her life. representing Hi-Yu in the fun and exciting activities this summer!

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Hiawatha Fun Festival & Junior Court Pageant
Hiawatha Kid’s Fun Festival Hiawatha Community Center
The eleventh annual Hiawatha Community Center Kids' Fun The Hiawatha Advisory Council plans, organizes, funds and
Festival will be held on Friday, July 16th, from noon until 4:00 operates programs in the Hiawatha Community Center and
PM. The West Seattle Hi-Yu Junior Court Coronation will take Playfield. The facilities include a gym, an auditorium with
place at 1:00 PM. Please see the article on this page entitled stage, a weight room, a fitness center, game room, plus
West Seattle Hi-Yu Junior Court Pageant for additional meeting room, sports fields, tennis courts, children’s
information and sites where applications are available.
playground,
A fun-filled day is planned, included are carnival games, face w a d i n g
painting, refreshments, a dunk tank clowns and appearances p o o l ,
by professional entertainers. So mark your calendars and jogging path
come join the fun! and running
track.

A variety of
interesting
classes and
workshops
are offered
for all age
g r o u p s
throughout the year. The Spring Egg Hunt on the Saturday before
Easter, the Kid’s Fun Festival on July 16th, the Mediterranean
Fantasy Festival on July 17th and 18th, and the Halloween Carnival
in October are annual sponsored events. Visit us this summer
and see the newly remodeled community center.

Junior Court (from left) ‘98 1st Princess Kelsey Picard, ‘99 1st Princess Jordan Bristol, ‘98 Queen Brittani Crevling,
‘99 Queen Michaela Estabrook, ‘98 2nd Princess Tawnia Barker, ‘99 2nd Princess Sarah Johnson.

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Sidewalk Sale & Street Festival
16th Annual West Seattle Street Festival
Sponsored by the Junction Merchants

July 8th Merchant’s Sidewalk Sale CELEBRATING


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1999 Hi-Yu Events Schedule This page sponsored by:

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Fauntleory Community Church
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21
6:30 Bowling Tournament - AMF Roxbury
pm Lanes
-
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Be sure to find the Hi-Yu booth on
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Hi-Yu Community Night at the Movies

10 am
22 7 pm Admiral Theatre

8 -
8 pm
Merchants Sidewalk Sale 2343 California Ave SW

10 am Alki on Wheels - Open Car Show


24 Alki Beach Promenade

9-10 10 am Merchants Sidewalk Sale & Street


-
8 pm Festival 10:30
West Seattle Rotary Club Kiddies
am Parade
California Avenue SW south from Genesee Street
10 am Merchants Sidewalk Sale & Street American Legion Post #160 Grand
11 -
6 pm Festival 11 am Parade
California Avenue SW south from Admiral Way

West Seattle Hi-Yu Community

12 7 pm
Candidates Essay Reading & Reception
at
25 9 am
Breakfast
VFW Hall – 3601 SW Alaska St
West Seattle Senior Center

Miss West Seattle Hi-Yu Coronation


12 pm Hiawatha Kids Fun Festival 7 pm West Seattle High School Auditorium
16 - Junior Court Coronation (1 p.m.)
4 pm 2700 California Avenue SW Tickets: $7.50 Donation

Seafair Scholarship Program finals and


11 am West Seattle Hi-Yu Seafair Pirates
17 - Landing
5 pm 60th Avenue SW & Alki Avenue SW 27 7 pm
coronation
Paramount Theatre
Alki Beach Promenade
911 Pine Street (Downtown Seattle)

6 am Sportsman Club Kids’ Fishing Derby


18 -
10 am Seacrest Marina on Harbor Avenue SW
31 7:30
Seafair Torchlight Parade
pm Downtown Seattle on 4th Avenue
South from Denny Way to Jackson St.
7 pm Concert in the Park
20 - East Lawn of Hiawatha Community Center
9 pm 2700 California Avenue SW

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16 1999 West Seattle Hi-Yu Summer Festival
Seafair Pirates Land at Alki

Junior Pirates
Take Heed!
Seafair Pirates
Landing Saturday July 17th, 11am to 5pm
Yo mates! All you pirate wannabes.
Imagine yourself joining the Seattle Seafair Pirates
The Seattle Seafair Pirates will once again lay siege to our fair West Seattle community when they storm the beach at the annual Hi-Yu Pirate's Landing at for a little swashbuckling fun on Alki beach July 17th.
Alki. They will arrive on Alki to pillage and plunder during the Hi-Yu Summer Festival. The action-packed day starts at 11:00 AM and will offer family fun Dress up in your favorite pirate costume and show up
and entertainment. Stage shows featuring local bands will entertain throughout the day. The "Beaters" will start things off playing 60s and 70s Rock and on Alki beach between noon and 1 PM on July 17th to
Roll. For some of the band members this is their second time at the beach. The first time was back in 1968! Then "Miles From Chicago", a rhythm & Blues register at the West Seattle Kiwanis booth located
Band will close the afternoon out. This is also Miles' second time at the beach. They wowed everyone last year as "Elmore Lewis and the SoulWreckers". near the bathhouse.
Back also is the "Swashbuckler Beach Vault", a US Track & Field sanctioned NW Regional Championship Pole Vaulting competition sponsored by the The Seattle Seafair Pirates land somewhere between
Willamette Strider's Track Club. Vintage Chevrolet Corvettes from the Tacoma Classical Glass Corvette Club will be on display. SEAFAIR and West Seattle Hi- 2 and 3 PM (depending on the tide) and judging will
Yu Royalty and this year's candidates will make an appearance. Kid's love participating in the Pirates Look-alike contest sponsored by the West Seattle be shortly after landing. Prizes will be awarded. The
Kiwanis Club, with prizes including the Grand Prize of a One Year Family Pass to the Pacific Science Center, donated by Seattle's Pacific Science Center. lucky winner will receive a one-year family pass to
t h e Pa c i f i c
New this year is the "Legend's Tug-O-War contest". Teams from establishments in and around West Seattle have gone through elimination Science Center,
tournaments to reach the finals held at the beach. Who will be the champion? Will they be good enough to take on the Seattle Seafair Pirates? donated by
Seattle's Pacific
Enjoy the food provided by different vendors as you stroll the Alki promenade, listen to the music, or just lay in the sun on our beautiful beach. Science Center.
Lest we not forget the main event, The Seattle Seafair Pirates! The excitement builds as the time for the landing approaches. While the tide dictates the This event is
actual landing time, somewhere between 2 and 3 PM, when you see the "Yankee Clipper" Sea Scout Sailing Vessel sailing near by and its' cannons banging open to kids and
away during the "battle," you know the pirates are very close. The Seafair Pirates will "Hit" the beach in Landing Craft provided by the U.S. Army Reserve. Junior Pirates of
th
This year should be spectacular. It is the Seattle Seafair Pirates 50 anniversary. Remembering what has happened in past years, what fiendish tricks could all ages (1 to
the Pirates have up their sleeve for this special event? 99+).

Come join us for a great day at the beach! 1998 Winner, Aaron Richards (right)
For more information, please call the West Seattle Hi-Yu information line at (206) 932-3345 or on our Website at: www.hiyu.com

Miles from Chicago


These guys are fun! Comprised of several well-known and seasoned musicians
from the Seattle area, the band plays a classy variety of energetic blues, soul,
and R&B songs that make you want to dance. The band has performed at
In case you didn’t know, Boeing many places around the Northwest, including the 1998 Seafair Pirates' Landing
provides the stages for the West in West Seattle (as Elmore Lewis & the SoulWreckers). The band consists of
Seattle Hi-Yu events. Without them, leader Miles from Chicago on bass and vocals, Tom Brighton and Kevin
our shows would seem, well, Wallace on guitars and vocals, Scotty Harris on Saxophone and
shorter. Special thanks to Boeing &
KT Tuttle on drums. All talented musicians, these guys know
it’s employees!!
how to lay down a beat and belch out music that is fun for
those who like to dance, watch, or listen.

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1999 West Seattle Hi-Yu Summer Festival 17
“Art of Gardening” - West Seattle Garden Tour
West Seattle Garden Tour
The Fifth Annual West Seattle Garden Tour will be held on WESTSIDE PHARMACY
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18 1999 West Seattle Hi-Yu Summer Festival
Annual Fishing Derby
Annual Hi-Yu Kids’ Fishing Derby West Seattle Sportsmen’s Club
It's early Sunday morning. The city is still Founded in 1934, the Sportsmen’s
quiet. Birds are singing and the fish are
Club was established to provide a
hungry. It's the perfect time to fish! On
Sunday, July 18, be prepared to be place where persons of all ages could
awoken by your young, enthusiastic learn to hunt safely, and legally. The
anglers for the annual Kids' Fishing
Derby down at Seacrest Marina on ability of marksmanship with a gun
Harbor Avenue. was for sport and safety. The Roger
Fishing and festivities start at 6:00 a.m. Dahl Rifle Range at West Seattle
and continue until 10:00 a.m., when the Stadium has seen hundreds of young
prizes and ice cream are bestowed upon
people trained in firearm safety and
the children by the 1999 West Seattle
Hi-Yu Royalty and next year ’s certification.
candidates. Best of all, it's absolutely free.
Adult supervision for children under 12 is The club has also been recognized
required. Up to 50 fishing poles, provided for its efforts to promote conservation
by the marina, will be made available for
use by the youngsters. So get your kids, of natural resources and the
your neighbor's kids (hey what a great propagation of species statewide.
activity for kids' clubs!) and prepare to join
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1999 West Seattle Hi-Yu Summer Festival 19
Concert in the Park
Concert in the Park S E AT T L E
Featuring the West Seattle Big Band
Back again for their third year, West Seattle Big Band will
perform from 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM, Tuesday, July 20th. Serving Seattle Since 1933
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This 18-piece Big Band has been performing in the area for
the past three years. About half of its membership are
alumni from West Seattle High School, including retired
Band Director Donn Weaver who taught at West Side from
1986 to 1978. The band performs at several events
throughout the West Seattle area, performing for
fundraisers, street festivals and swing dances. They have
performed in the Admiral Congregational Church
Performance Series for the past few years. They take part in
“The Problem Solving Store”
the annual All -Class Reunion at WSHS, and will be
participating in the Summer Music series at the Hiram M.
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The band performs music from the swing era as well as


updated arrangements of old favorites, including music
from the libraries of Count Basie, Maynard Ferguson, Duke
Ellington and, of course, Glenn Miller. The group also Your neighborhood
emphasizes support of the performing arts in public schools. espresso cafe, panini bar,
bakery, entertaining,
This year West Seattle Big Band will help pay the tuition for a
gardening, cooking and
number of West Seattle High School students to participate
home store.
in the Seattle Schools All-City Marching Band. For more
information and availability of the band, please call Jim Celebrating 14 years.
Edwards at (206) 932-9571. Local musicians who are
interested in rehearsing or performing with this group are
also encouraged to call. 4521 California Ave SW 932.0371

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20 1999 West Seattle Hi-Yu Summer Festival
Hi-Yu Community Night at the Movies
The Admiral Theatre The Admiral Theatre
Salutes 65 Years of West Seattle Hi-Yu & 50 Years of Seafair
The Admiral Theatre's predecessor, the Portola Theater, was built in 1919. The theater offered a different menu
every two or three days, usually a feature film, a newsreel or two and a comedy short. In 1923 and 1924 it By rolling back prices to the Admiral Theatre's
fought off stiff competition from the Apollo Theater {which was located on the east side of California Avenue January 22, 1942
near Edmunds Street). According to the Herald (June 1923), the Portola had "the best in pictures . . . Many will
be first runs in the state." Opening Night prices for
In September 1924, the Portola installed an $18,000 pipe organ, a 60-piece orchestral variety that was the
Hi-Yu Community Night at the Movies
biggest in suburban Seattle. Record crowds attended the first performances. The theater also debuted a film
with old-time favorite songs, "Led by Miss (Adelaide) Kirkman on the big new pipe organ as the words were 7:00 p.m. - Thursday, July 22, 1999
flashed on the screen, the audience all joined in and sang. So enthusiastic was this novelty picture received by Adults: 35¢
the audience, that the many people waiting in front to gain admission thought there surely must be some large Children: 11¢
opera company inside." (12 and under)
The Portola held a "big Charleston contest" on its wide stage December 2-3, 1925. Every seat was taken and Your help in bringing the correct
the foyer was jammed both nights as Evelyn Beahm topped the "fast and furious" competition. Change would be greatly appreciated!
The Portola Theater spent $10,000 on equipment and in July of 1929 presented its first talkies, William Boyd in
"The Flying Fool" and a comedy, "Go East Doctor." Portola Manager Sol Strauss said his building was ideal for Come join the fun and enjoy a family night out at
sound movies because it lacked "echoes that often make voices sound 'wooly'. . . The jokes about the the movies! Meet this year's Hi-Yu royalty and
'squawkies' will be out of place, at least in this theatre." Even with the stock market crash in 1929 the Portola
was able to draw good audiences to its constantly changing programs. candidates for the 2000 court! Buy your Hi-Yu
Sterling Theatres owned by John Danz, purchased the Portola site and nearby land from realtor W.T. Campbell
button to help support your community festival!
and hired B. Marcus Priteca to design the new structure. According to the Herald, Mr. Priteca was "reputed to be
the best theatre architect on the Coast." The cost of the project ballooned from $60-80,000 in June 1938, to
$100,000 in April 1941, then to $200,000 a month later. Ground was broken in July, and storefronts just Cineplex Odeon closed the Admiral Theatre on January 20, 1989. Supporters of the theater picketed outside
south of the Portola that housed Campbell's office, Cooper shoe repair, a barber shop and Spick and Span before attending the final show. Two weeks later, the "Save the Admiral Theatre Task Force" of the Southwest
Confectionery were razed. There was a contest to name the 1000-seat theater. The judges were West Seattle
High principal Reid Fulton, Seattle City Council member Bob Jones, Herald publisher Clyde Dunn, theater Seattle Historical Society formed. In June of 1989 the Seattle Landmarks Preservation Board granted the
manager Milt Lewis and Danz himself, plus Sterling executives Joe Rosenfield, Jack Sampson and Danz' son Admiral Theatre "landmark" status. Two months later the Washington State Advisory Committee on Historic
Fred as advisers. The July 24, 1941 Herald announced that Mrs. Frank Hunter won the $100 first prize for Preservation named the Admiral Theatre a State "landmark" and nominated it to be placed on the National
suggesting the theater be given the name of the neighborhood's major arterial, Admiral Way. Milton Lewis, Register of Historic Places. This Historic Landmark status, sought vigorously by the SWSHS, saved the
manager of the Granada (also owned by Sterling), delivered the prize personally. The contest drew 1,061 Admiral Theatre from the wrecking ball which had been the fate of its competitors in West Seattle. For almost
entries with 300 different names. More than 90 entrants suggested "Admiral," and each got a month's theater three years the Admiral Theatre's fifty-year-old marquee carried a farewell message: "Th-th-that's all, folks."
pass.
In December of 1991 Marc and Cecil Gartin purchased the theater and the adjacent vacant service station
In keeping with its nautical name, the Admiral Theater's décor came complete with portholes, seahorses on the properties. On April 2, 1992 the years of work to save the Admiral were rewarded with the re-opening of the
exit signs and a giant mast and crow's nest on the building's "upper deck." The Herald announced: "The th
theater. The theater's lobby was filled with people celebrating both the re-opening and the 50 Anniversary of
Admiral will be as different from the old time movie theaters as the original airplane was from the modern
the Admiral.
Boeing bomber . . .It transcends every preconceived idea of motion picture theatres, and will amaze everyone
with its new beauties, its new revelations in comfort, sight and sound." Not only is the Admiral Theatre an important part of West Seattle's history, it's an old friend that we've built
The most unusual features were the availability of portable earphones "for the hard-of-hearing" and the wonderful memories with.
installation of "push-back" seats, "the greatest theatre improvement since the advent of talking pictures!" [Sources of Information: West Side Story, a publication of the West Seattle Herald; West Seattle Herald articles and an article
According to the Herald: "No longer do people have to rise when others seek to enter their row. Now, they in a West Seattle Neighborhood Telephone Directory by Warren Lawless.]
merely push back with their feet, the seat moves back, and the enjoyment of the picture continues
uninterruptedly."
Searchlights swept the skies the night of January 22, 1942, as a "gala Hollywood opening," including patriotic
street decorations and a California Avenue parade, saluted the Admiral. The opening-night feature, "Week End
in Havana" starring Alice Faye, Carmen Miranda and John Payne, plus an "Our America at War" newsreel and
color cartoon, drew 3,000 people. Prices were 35 cents for adults and 11 cents for kids at the massive
moviehouse, whose lobby was the size of the entire former Portola building.
On January 22, 1948, the Admiral Theatre celebrated its sixth anniversary The Herald did an article on the
theater and described it as the "newest and one of the most modern theatres in Seattle. With its push-back
seats, fluorescent murals, lobby paintings depicting the landing of Captain Vancouver on the shores of Puget
Sound, specially designed carpet to fit the marine motif, and the largest motion picture screen in the city, the
Admiral Theatre offers a restful atmosphere, and enjoyable surroundings." The manager at that time was
Raymond Coach. Mr. Coach came from New York City where he managed the Hippodrome, one of the most
famous theaters in the world. The anniversary celebration included a huge anniversary cake, large enough to
serve 1,000 people (baked by Bookters Bakery); a stage review by Clarke's Junior Review and prizes (3 Bendix
radios, set of Kinny Ware, a table lamp, a monarch automatic iron, Burkaw heater, wall lamps and Revere
Ware) donated by Holert's Appliance Center.
In November 1953, the Herald reported that the Admiral had: "the first panoramic wide screen to be installed in
a suburban theater. The new E.Z.I. screen that fills the entire stage area is three times larger than the old screen,
making pictures more life-like and realistic."
In 1973 the Admiral was "twinned" into two 430-seat theaters. The "mast" which had been a part of the
Admiral since 1946 was removed when this remodeling took place.
In June 1986, SRO (which was bought later in the year by Toronto-based Cineplex Odeon) announced that the
Admiral Twin Theater would add four more auditoriums and 762 more seats, possibly by the end of 1987. The
six-plex design would take cues from the old Portola, said Bob Bond. "We really see it as a restoration of what's
there now, plus an addition," he said in December 1986. "We want to make it look like it belongs." Even
though work had not begun by late spring of 1987, Cineplex officials insisted the expansion was still on. Photo by Peter Richards

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1999 West Seattle Hi-Yu Summer Festival 21
Summer Festival Parades
West Seattle American Legion
Grand Parade

Photo from West Seattle Herald Archives


On Saturday, July 24th, at 11:00 AM, the
American Legion Post #160 will start the
West Seattle Parade along California Avenue,
starting at Admiral Way and continuing south 1.5
miles to the West Seattle Junction, ending at
Edmonds Street. Parking available at West Seattle
Highschool on parade day. Enter from Walnut
Ave (east side of school).

Photo from Matthew E. Durham


Highlights of the parade will include the All City
Marching Band. This band is made up of
students from all over the Seattle School District,
and they meet twice a week throughout the
summer rehearsing for all the parades in the city.
The Lake City Vigilantes, the Seafair Pirates and
numerous other groups will be entertaining the
crowd also. Leading the Parade we anticipate
having the King County Police Honor Guard.
The West Seattle Hi-Yu float crew has been
working very hard taking your Hi-Yu float to
parades throughout the Northwest. As a result

Photo from Matthew E. Durham


of their hard work, parade floats are expected
from several communities, including Tacoma's
Daffodil Festival float, the Seafair float, the Port
Townsend Rhody float, the Port Orchard
Fathoms of Fun float and probably a few other
floats as well. Keep buying those Hi-Yu
Photo from Matthew E. Durham
buttons!
An exclusive to the West Seattle parade: the Seattle Police Motorcycle Drill Team will be
hosting the Vancouver BC Police Motorcycle Drill Team. This is the only appearance they
make in the Seattle area.
The West Seattle Parade was started by the American Legion Post #160 in 1934 by Post
Commander Orville Rummel. He was also instrumental in the formation of the
original Hi-Yu Association, and in 1984 he created an annual award that is given to a
community member each year for outstanding community service. Sadly, Orville passed
away last summer, but the legacy he has created will live on for generations to come. Be
sure and look for the Orville Rummel Award winner at the beginning of the parade.

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Time: 10:30 a.m. Sun 12pm - 10pm
Decorate your bike, trike (no motorized vehicles allowed), pet, baby sister or brother!
Dress up as if it was Halloween, bring your best smile and join the fun at the West Seattle “West Seattle’s Neighborhood Brew Pub”
Kiddies Parade, sponsored by the West Seattle Rotary Club. The fun starts at 10:30 a.m.
with sign-in and pictures. There will be treats for parade participants. The Kiddies Parade Outstanding Hand-Crafted Ales • Full Menu of
starts at 11:00 a.m. – right before the American Legion’s West Seattle Grand Parade. Burgers, Sandwiches, Soups & Salads

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22 1999 West Seattle Hi-Yu Summer Festival
Classic Car & Hot Rod Show at Alki / Community Breakfast
Classic Car & Hot Rod
Show on Alki
The 1999 Alki Hi-Yu open car show
will be presented on Saturday, July
24th from 10:00 am to 4:00
pm on the Alki Beach
Promenade. This show has
grown from 40 cars at the first show
9 years ago to over 230 cars at the
1998 show. Its spectacular beach
location, the quality cars that
participate and the (almost always)
gorgeous sunny weather make the
event one of the premier open car
shows in the Pacific Northwest. 1997 Classic Car & Hot Rod “Best of Show” Winner

This show has something for everyonecome see the magnificent displays, talk to the car owners, enjoy the classic rock & roll,
buy a raffle ticket and win some very nice prizes. You'll probably meet a few West Seattle celebrities some of the Hi-Yu royalty
and the candidates for the 2000 court. Be sure you buy a button from one of these lovely young ladies. There will also be
souvenir T-shirts for sale at the registration booth and refreshments.
The car show is free for the spectators so don't miss this exciting Hi-Yu Summer Festival event. The show is generously
sponsored by HUDDLESON'S AUTO COLOR WORLD of White Center and we thank Diana Huddleson for her
unwavering commitment to quality car shows.
For information about entering a car in the show, call Dorothy at (206) 937-1989 or call the Hi-Yu Info Line at
(206) 932-3345.

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Join the Hi-Yu junior and senior court, this year’s candidates (206)
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1999 West Seattle Hi-Yu Summer Festival 23
West Seattle High School Alumni
West Seattle High School
Alumni Association
Are you an alumnus of West Seattle High School? Do you
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Association may not have your address! For information
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24 1999 West Seattle Hi-Yu Summer Festival
Senior Center of West Seattle

Photo by Peter Richards


The Senior Center of West Seattle has been a community force
since 1972. Anyone over 50 years of age is welcome to join. The
$15.00 a year dues is a minimal amount to pay for the newsy
monthly paper of services and activities. There are educational
classes, social events, games, lunches and dinners, parties,
dancing, expanded health enhancement services and retirement
investment services, plus referral services for every senior in
need. For more information, call the Center at
(206) 932-4044, or drop by 4217 SW Oregon St. between 8:30-5 Monday through Friday. Hi-Yu
extends a special thank you for the use of the Center for monthly meetings.

West Seattle Chamber of Commerce


Established in 1920, the West Seattle Chamber of Commerce ("the Chamber") provides a professional forum to discuss and
influence policies and programs affecting the business and social climate. The Chamber's leadership, services and advocacy
strengthen the economic welfare of businesses in West Seattle and ensure that the
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West Seattle peninsula is and always will be a great place to live, work, shop and
play.
The Chamber meetings are a good place to meet and network with West Seattle
business people, civic leaders and community organizers. For individuals, the meetings
are a terrific place to keep informed about what’s happening in the community. Elected
officials and candidates for election frequently make it a practice to address the
Chamber and many elected officials are members. The Chamber also has committees
devoted to education, transportation, publicity and promotion, the Port of Seattle,
business development and land use.
The Chamber has always been active in the community, having led the fight for the new
West Seattle Bridge, the Elliott Bay Water Taxi and civic projects such as Hamilton
Viewpoint, our “Welcome to West Seattle” signs and the murals of West Seattle. The
Dixie Dokken - Executive Director of the West Seattle Chamber Chamber office also sells West Seattle’s only official West Seattle T-shirts for just $15.

We would be happy to count you among our members: for businesses the annual dues vary by size and start as low as $150;
i n d i v i d u a l s m a y j o i n f o r j u s t $ 8 5 . To j o i n , p l e a s e s t o p b y t h e C h a m b e r o f f i c e a t
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Service Clubs of West Seattle
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lounge at Sea-Tac, and Post Color Guards at
memorial services.

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26 1999 West Seattle Hi-Yu Summer Festival
Service Clubs of West Seattle Lions Club of
Kiwanis Club of West Seattle
West Seattle The Lions Club of West Seattle is celebrating its 70th year of service.
The West Seattle Lions Club was chartered April 29, 1929 with the goal of
Kiwanis is a service organization of over 300,000 men and women, providing vision and hearing service to the community.
world-wide, who want to improve the communities in which they live The West Seattle Lions have been generous and active community
and/or work. The West Seattle club celebrated 70 years of members over their lengthy history, and have been loyal supporters of the
community service in May, 1999. It’s motto, “We Build!” Senior Center of West Seattle, the Sea Scouts, and the YMCA, as well as
numerous other community activities. The Lions have a unique
THE WEST SEATTLE KIWANIS CLUB has organized and actively scholarship program which provides over $10,000 per year in
maintains Key Clubs in all three West Seattle High Schools and Builders scholarships to young people beginning college. The West Seattle Lions
Clubs in two middle schools which foster leadership and also honor Students of the Month from West Seattle, Sealth and Seattle
organizational training and create early interest in community service. Lutheran High Schools.
The club has been institutional sponsor of Boy Scout Troop 284 for
over 54 years. It supports Holly Preschool at High Point, and Boyer The Lions help provide vision and hearing services as well as providing
Preschool and Clinic for Spastic Children, and it collects pre-school glasses and hearing aids for those unable to afford them.
books and distributes them through food banks, libraries and The Lions Club International is a worldwide organization with over 1.4
kindergartens. Over the past seven years, through proceeds of an million members in 108 different countries. For more information call
annual auction, the club has created and endowed a scholarship at Nancy Sorensen at (206) 935-5805.
South Seattle Community College and made major contributions to
music, library and computer technology programs at West Seattle,
Chief Sealth and Seattle Lutheran High Schools.
The West Seattle club is an institutional member of the West Seattle
Chamber of Commerce and the Hi-Yu Summer Festival (since its
inception) and continues to support and work with schools,
organizations and social services on as-needed basis. It is a major DENTAL CARE FOR ADULTS AND CHILDREN
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prenatal diets causes mental and physical defects and prevalence of
thyroid disorders such as goiters.
Contact the Kiwanis Club of West Seattle at (206) 938-8032. BYRON M. NAKAGAWA, D.D.S., P.S.
FAX, (206) 933-8349, E-Mail WarrenL@westseattle.com

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Service Clubs of West Seattle
Rotary Club of West Seattle Eagles
West Seattle Aerie No. 2643
The West Seattle Rotary Club was chartered October 27, 1947. Rotary is The West Seattle Eagles carry these main goals forward
an international organization for business and professional persons united
worldwide, who provide humanitarian service, encourage high ethical every year: fraternalism, charity activities and working for
standards in all vocations, and help build goodwill and peace in the world.
Rotarians are persons who look beyond themselves to their community, the community good.
nation and the world. In short, Rotarians put service above self.
" The West Seattle Rotary undertakes a wide variety of service The West Seattle Eagles have Saturday night dinners and
activities to promote goodwill and understanding. Typical programs Sunday breakfasts September through April and bingo
include:
" Aid to senior citizens (West Seattle Senior Center) Mondays at 7 p.m. New members are welcomed, call
" Support the West Seattle, High Point & Fauntleroy YMCAs. (206) 938-4426.
" Support of the Teen Age Parenting Program (TAPP)
" Support of battered women’s shelter
" Youth service scholarships and leadership programs
" Annual clothes shopping spree for disadvantaged youth
" Food bank support I N C O R P O R A T E D

" International Youth Exchange


" Polio eradication programs (206)242-2700
Funds to support the services provided by the West Seattle Rotary are raised Fax: (206) 242-1020
through the Berry Sale in early summer, the Rotary Auction in late fall, and 3400 South 150th Street
the Poinsettia sale near the holiday season. For further information, “Proud to Print the
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28 1999 West Seattle Hi-Yu Summer Festival
The Log House Museum
Log House Museum -
“Birthplace of Seattle”
Location 3003 61st Ave SW (one block south of the Statue of Liberty on Alki
Beach in West Seattle)
Hours: Thursday — 12:00 - 6:00 PM
Friday — 10:00 AM - 3:00 PM
Saturday & Sunday — 12:00 - 3:00 PM
The Birthplace of Seattle/Log House Museum has been open since November
th
13, 1997 (the 146 anniversary of the landing of the Denny party at Alki Beach)
and is located in an authentically renovated turn-of-the-century log structure on
Alki Point. This structure was once the carriage house of the "Fir Lodge" estate,
one of Alki's first year-round homes built by prominent Seattlelites William and
Gladys Bernard.
The current exhibit is Alki Coney Island of the West, which features photos and artifacts of some
of the local historical landmarks and the story of how the Alki area evolved from a "get away" to one of
the most popular and well-known vacation destinations on the West Coast in the 1900's. Alki
Birthplace of Seattle, a documentary written and produced by local film maker Dr. BJ Bullert, can be
viewed in the museum's video room. The next exhibit, which will explore the interaction between the
native Duwamish people and the early pioneers, and the impact of this meeting on both cultures, is
planned to open early 2000. Dr. Bullert is currently working on her next documentary, Chief Seattle,
which will be featured in the upcoming exhibit.
nd
Speaker programs are held every month (2 Thursday at 7:15 PM) and have included a wide
range of historical and entertaining topics such as Luna Park, carousels, pioneer cooking, and western Washington architecture, as well as native
American storytellers.
The museum has become a heritage educational tour destination for school groups and special interest groups. Other heritage
education opportunities available to area schools include traveling heritage trunks and resource libraries, school assembly programs; and a
"teen docent" program.
With the acquisition and preservation of the Log House Museum, the Southwest Seattle Historical Society now has a home to help fulfill its mission
to preserve, interpret, and communicate the heritage of the Duwamish Peninsula and Seattle. The SWSHS is currently in the final stages of an
oral history project, which preserves the precious personal or family memories of selected community elders through professional audio and
video interviews. A summary of "highlight" film will be produced and will be featured in the museum's on-site video library. A Memory Book
project is also an effort
to collect and safeguard
the first-hand
WEST SEATTLE CHRISTIAN remembrances of early
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1999 West Seattle Hi-Yu Summer Festival 29
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Hi-Yu Bowling Tournament is Back!
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on July 21 at 7:00 PM. Trophies and prizes donated by AMF Roxbury Lanes Portland - Vancouver
will be awarded to 1st, 2nd and 3rd place winners in four divisions: Womens; Tri-County Areas.
Mens; Girls, 14 and under and Boys, 14 and under. Entry fees are $6; shoe
• Individual and business tax
rental is FREE. returns
Tickets for the bowling tournament will be available at the Hi-Yu booth • Federal and State audit
(corner of Alaska St. and California Ave. in front of Key Bank) at the representation
Merchants' Street Festival (July 8-12). Tickets can be purchased from Miss • Financial Statement
West Seattle Hi-Yu Candidates or at the Roxbury Lanes on the night of the preparation
tournament. Registration will begin at 6:30 PM. If you have questions on • Tax, Estate & Financial
the tournament, please call AMF Roxbury Lanes at (206) 935-7400 planning
or the Hi-Yu info line at (206) 932-3345.
4409 California Ave. SW #100
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30 1999 West Seattle Hi-Yu Summer Festival
Elliott Bay Water Taxi
Elliott Bay Water Taxi
On December 2, 1888, West Seattle celebrated the inaugural run of
Puget Sound's first ferryboat, a steam-powered side-wheeler named

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fast, easy, and cost-effective way to travel between Seacrest Park in
West Seattle and Pier 54 on the downtown waterfront. And it's still just
an eight-minute ride across the bay!
This foot ferry is bicycle-friendly and it's a great way for your non-West
Seattle friends to get to and from all the Hi-Yu events this summer.
Catch the water taxi at Seacrest Park on the hour and half-hour and at
Pier 54 at a quarter-after and a quarter-to the hour. The fare is only $2
each way without a Metro pass and free if you have a Metro pass or
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1999 West Seattle Hi-Yu Summer Festival 31
Join Hi-Yu Today! meetings
General Membership meetings are
Membership Information held all through the year at 7:15
p.m. at the West Seattle Senior
Center.
August – May
The Hi-Yu Summer Festival was started in 1934 by merchants in West Seattle as a way to thank the 1st Monday of the month
community for their business. These merchants recognized that the success of their businesses June
depended on the community. 1st and 3rd Mondays of the month
July
Through the years the task of designing and constructing the West Seattle Community Float, Meetings are held every Monday
planning and staffing the Hi-Yu events, raising funds to support these activities as well as the
scholarships awarded to the Miss West Seattle Hi-Yu Queen and Princesses has shifted to a group
of community volunteers and a few stalwart service clubs. Hi-Yu still looks to businesses in West
Seattle for the lion's share of the necessary funds, as well as to local residents (through button sales and memberships). We have been
forced in the past few years to try additional fund raising activities - car washes, auctions, garage sales, plant sales, etc. - but
unfortunately these are very time consuming, not hugely profitable and take valuable time away from working on actual Hi-Yu events.
Hi-Yu would like to thank all of you - businesses, service clubs and individuals - who have donated time, money or both to this year's
festival. Hi-Yu desperately needs your help in order to survive. You may feel you have nothing to contribute, but I guarantee that
whatever you can offer (lending a hand to help build the float, helping to plan events, working at the Pirates Landing, selling buttons
at the Street Festival, etc.) would be very much appreciated.
General Membership meetings are held all through the year at 7:15 p.m. at the West Seattle Senior Center.
Call the Hi-Yu Info Line at (206) 932-3345 for up-to-date information, or to leave a message. On the back of this booklet
you can find application forms for 1999-2000 membership.
If you wonder what you get out of your contribution to Hi-Yu, just look around at the smiles on the children's faces as they participate
in these family events and think about the message of a caring community these activities send to them.

5 6 1 9
memberships
Individuals California
$10.00

Ave. SW
Non Profit Organizations Where education makes the difference
$30.00
Seattle, WA This year Pencil me in
for Kids has teamed up
Service Clubs with the West Seattle
$30.00 9 8 1 3 6 Chamber of Commerce
and will hold a raffle for a
hand-painted wooden
toy chest filled with gifts
Business Booster 938.3675 for mom and dad.
$50.00
Money raised will go to
buy back-to-school
Business Patron Celebrate supplies for local area grade school kids (plus
15% will go to the Chamber Education Fund). If
$100.00
the HI-YU Parade you would like to help, drop off pens, pencils,
pee-chees, paper, etc., at Illusions before

Corporate Sponsors
with us! August 8th, 1999.

$500.00 $1 raffle tickets can be purchased at:


- Illusions Hair Design at the above address
A BAGEL BAKERY & CAFÉ - West Seattle Herald - 3500 SW Alaska
- West Seattle Chamber of Commerce
Candidate Sponsors
(plus membership)
206
933-8244 4750 California Ave SW
$120.00 2348 California Avenue S.W. Thanks, West Seattle!
Across from the Admiral Theatre Drawing: September 8, 1999

Official West Seattle Hi-Yu publication. West Seattle Hi-Yu is not responsible for any action, service,
West Seattle Hi-Yu commission, omission or claims made by the advertisers, groups or clubs mentioned in this publication
Summer Festival
P.O. Box 16130
or any other West Seattle Hi-Yu publication, activity or event.
Seattle, WA 98116

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1999-2000 Membership for Businesses
Support community events in West Seattle by becoming
a member of Hi-Yu. The West Seattle Hi-Yu Summer Application (Please completely fill out and send in)
Festival is one of the largest and most successful
community festivals in Washington State. Hi-Yu is an all
volunteer that was formed to promote the social, Amount Enclosed $:
cultural and economic interests of West Seattle. Our Business Name:
service clubs, businesses and individuals come together
through Hi-Yu to provide free or affordable family Point of Contact:
entertainment and activities for the West Seattle
community. Phone #: ( )
Your business membership enables us to organize Address:
family events and build and show a parade float worthy
of recognition all over the western part of the state. You City:
will receive a certificate of membership to display at
your place of business and be listed in the annual State: Zip Code:
souvenir program. E-Mail:
There are three levels of membership:
FAX #: ( )
Business Booster $50.00
Business Patron $100.00
Corporate Sponsorship $500.00 or more Send membership application and remittance to:
West Seattle Hi-Yu Summer Festival
Individual voting memberships are available for an
additional $10.00 each.
P.O. Box 16130
Seattle, WA 98116
Corporate Sponsorship entitles the business to a
Headliner or Footing on a page in the souvenir
program with recognition for their generosity! 66 Years of Hi-Yu Summer Festivals!

1999-2000 Membership for Individuals & Patrons


Application (Please completely fill out and send in) Support community events in West Seattle by becoming
a member of Hi-Yu. The West Seattle Hi-Yu Summer
Amount Enclosed $: Festival is one of the largest and most successful

Full Name: community festivals in Washington State. Hi-Yu is an all


volunteer organization that was formed to promote the
Phone #: ( )
social, cultural and economic interests of West Seattle.
Address:
Our service clubs, businesses and individuals come
City: together through Hi-Yu to provide free or affordable
State: Zip Code: family entertainment and activities for the West Seattle

E-Mail: community.

FAX #: ( ) Your individual or patron membership entitles you to


one vote at our regular general membership meeting
held the first Monday of each month. Patron
Send membership application and remittance to:
memberships will be recognized in our annual souvenir
West Seattle Hi-Yu Summer Festival
P.O. Box 16130 program.
Seattle, WA 98116
There are two levels of membership:
66 Years of Hi-Yu Summer Festivals!
Individual $10.00
Patron $100.00

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