Adrian High School - Antelope Yearbook (Adrian, OR)

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Q" --"""'+nf'Y 'W ll T " 'mf ,Vu A' 2 fe. f ' VWG5 ,, -5- ' ff4.,xf v 'f E! YI H ,Q :QL A mpnmyh H Q"iA',:'g ' 4' J' A' '-1? ' v i' ULX' 5 U 3-'ff J. .ji lim f , . 2-1- . 'f or ' --1 r..?..,a. ......-.,,..,,....s. W. .. ,..,.. . . ..N...... . ,,.., . Wm. i E 2 E The dedication exercises for the Adrian Union High School were held Thursday evening, September 14, 1939 at the new Adrian High School huilding. The program was opened with 'The Star Spangled Banner" played by the Vale Union High School band, directed by Richard U. Adams. The invocation was given by Rev. E. H. Tetwiler. More selections by the Vair band preceded the introluctirrn of the Union High School Board of Di- rectors by D. W. Patch, principal of Adrian High School, J. E. Holly. clerk of the board, told of the many obstacles that had to be overcome before the present building could be constructed. Mr. Holly gave a brief and interesting history of Adrian Unirn High School District. A vocal selection, "God Bless America" was given by Doris and Louise Klingback, and Frank and Robert Tosch accompanied at the piano by Margaret Kling- back. After this most appropriate selection, the main address was present- ed by Reverend James Millar, professor of religious education at the College of Idaho. Dr. Millar reminded the people how precious is their heritage of democracy in this country, and urged them to do their part in maintaining and advancing it. The Vale band concluded the entertain- ment for the evening with two march numbers. After the program, students of the high school guided groups of people about the building explaining the physical features of the rooms and equipment. Visitors were taken to the typing room where the fifteen new typewriters were displayed and to the music room where a large assortment of band instruments were demonstrated. The equipment for the girls' physical education was shown in the outer office, and the library with all its new books drew much attention. Probably the most popular display was found in the home economics room where the new stoves. sinks, shelves and all the new equipment and utensils were shown and demonstrated. The modern equipped science room, the stage, beautifully decorated with baskets of flowers furnished by the community P. T. A.'s3 the girls' and boys' dressing rooms, and the heating plant were each in- spected and admired. During the informal inspection, the staff of new teachers visited with parents and school patrons. H NUAL STAFF Elbert Fretwell .... Louise Kllngback Bud Schweizer .....,.. Editor Assistant Editor Livingstone Larkin ..,,.. Grace Kygar ..... Mavis Gale ...... Louise Hinton Flora Prosser Mary Ann Underdzlhl Mr. Patvh ..... Business Manager Sports Classes Activities Snapshots Typist Jokes Faculty Advisor I W EW Ju. n,wX .559 sl L'-1 'S filth A Lp tx- """'21M 1 V121 '-4't!.J,ff"f,'ll' , IJ. 'wwxlxlfl V1 , , wt f, . --9' l t.. . HI I .W , F 1 S 1 .WE ' .fn - ' " is K 1 - nn . M' fl' " -, , ff- - . . ...lg T' ,fifu IN-6 v Q-'. 4 .l, l'E" ,.,,f 'K -JN . L B,..., FACULTY DENNIS VV. PATCH Oregon State College, B. S. '32, M. S. '39 Principal, Social Science, Bookkeeping. Dead Ox Flat, Oregon. Hobby-Fishing. JUNE J. CLARK Oregon State College, B. S. '39, Home Econ- omics, Girls Physical Ed., Arts and Crafts. Portland, Oregon. Hobby-Sports. CLAUDE COOK Willamette University, B. A. '32. Farm Mech- anics, History, Boys Physical Ed., Coach. Es- tacada, Oregon. Hobbyf-Hunting. DAPH NE M. MOLSTROM Willamette University, B. A. '24. Commercial, Social Science, Journalism. Pe'11d.el:,n, Oren. ni Hobby-Enjoying life. ,' " FRANKLIN A- 1leLESPINASSE Willamette University, B. AN '36. Science, Band. Glee Club, Orchestra.. Hubbard, Oregon. Hobby-Radio. MRS. GENEVIEVE VVATTS College of Idaho, B. A. '27, English, French, Dramatics, Dean of Girls. Parma, Idaho. Hobby -Teaching. GLASS OF mo MOTTO "NOT AT THE TOP, BUT CLIMBING" CLASS COLORS WINE AND GOLD President ........... ..,... E lhert Fretwell Vice President ........... ....... M ary Roberts Secretary-Treasurer ..... .......... F lora Prosser Faculty Advisor ........ ..... M r. de Lespinasse Q . 1' P- ,fin f'V-45 "'1 4 .4 Ja .8 -' s,75l,,g ll .N V f ' ' - - I 5EllSlllIlQPRS M ILIIRED ANTRIM Homedale, Ida.-1-2-3 "The Yellow Shadow"-4 Volley Ball-2 Girls' Leaguewfl Dramatics-4 Journalism-4 FRED BONESS Alliance, Nehf- 1 Nyssa,-2-Z! Football.wf2-3-4 Glee Club-2-3 IA-Jtt6l'llliSlli Clubefl Basketblallf- -2 N1 IRNA N FRA M Valegl Nyssa-2-'I Ilaslfefhallfl-2-54-4 Football-2-3-4 Track-3-4 Letternten Clulxw2-3-4 ETHEL DAISS Eustis, Neb.-1-2-3 "The Yellow Sha'low"-4 lframaticsg-1-2-2-4 'Teapot cn the Rocks"-1 "Grandpa Foing Hunting"-1 "I ost P1"n0eFs"-3 Glrfe Club-V-3 Czrdstsgl-2-3 Girls' Lraglle-3-4 G. A. A.-2 BOB EASTMAN P'ill"h6r0, Ore.-1 Nyssaf2-fl Football--4 l.et.termen Club-4 ELIZERT FRETVVFLL R1'swr1'l. Iflfl,-1 Nyssw-2-Zi Class President-4 "The Log"-4 "The Yellgw Shadow"-4 Glee Club-1-Z-3-431-'res dent-4 Bandffl Lettermen Club.-4 Foofbizllf-V-1-4 HTl'62'lQlll'6 Chest"--W4 Bsmskotlmll-1-2-25 S ERS JESSE GALE Homedale, Ida..-1-2-3 Band-3-4 Glee Club-4 "The Yellow Shadow" Mgr.-4 LOUISE KLI NGBAUK Nyssa-1-2-3 G. A. A.--1-2-3-4-Exhibit-2 Girls' League-2-3-4-Treasurer-4 Arts and Crafts-1-2-4 "Treasure Chest"-4 CEditorl "The Log"-4 fAsso. Editorl "The Yellow Shadow"--4 Glee Club-1-2-3 LIVINGSTONE LARKIN San Diego-1 Hoover, Calif.-2-3 "Captain Vid"-4 Track-A-1-2-3-4 "The Log"-4 Football--4 Bareball-1 "The Yellow Shadow"-4 Basketball-4 Glee Club-1-2-3-4 Lettermen Club-2-3-4 JIM MILLER Nyssa-1-2-3 Student Body President-H4 Student Body Cfuncil--4 LEXIGFIIIGII Club-4 Sect.-4 Baskethallekfl Football Mgr.-4 VIRGINIA 0l'AMIf'A Nyssa--1-2-3 Glee C'lubf2 Arts and Crafts-4 G. A. A.-3-4 Girls' League-2-3-4 REGINA OPANIIVA Nyssa-l-2-3 Girls' Qhcague---2-3-4 G. A. A.-3-4 Arts and Crafts--4 Glee Club-2 4 x U linux N Ill ,Wan f tv, V Qi' .-: - V. K in Yi H 1-5 lifl5" FN-QQ 4 . .1 , ri, "'. 'AQ ,--gf K 4 N ' 1 SENIEQ S CLAUDE PATTERSON Nyssa-1-2-3 Class President--2 Glee Club---2-3 Football-1-2-3-4 Track-3 Basketball-4 Baseball--1-3 Lettermen Club President MERVIN PETERSON Nyssa-1-2-3 "The Yellow Shadow"-4 Librarian-4 Dramatics Mgr.-4 "Captain Kid".-4 FLORA PROSSER Nyssa-1-2-3 Class Vice President-2 "Romance in a Boarding House 1 "Crashing Society"--2 Girls' League-2-3-4 Pres1dent4 "Treasure Chestnw-4 Band-4 Secretary and Treasurer of Class 4 "Yellow Shadow"v4 Arts and Crafts-2 "The Log"-4 fTypist3 G, A. A.-f2-3-4 Exhibit-2 Tied mei MARY ROBERTS Nyssa-1-2-3 Class Vice President-4 Student Body C0uncil+4 Girls' League-2-3-4 Glee Club-2-3 Arts and Crafts-2-4 Library Treasurer-4 "Treasure Chest"-4 RA Y STR IFKLAND Nyssa-1-2-3 Intramural Basketball- Band-4 MILES WALLACE Nyssa-1-2-3 Basketball-1 F. F. A.-1 4 SEN ORS MARGARET WINTERS Nyssa---1-2-3 G. A. A.-2-3-4-Exhibit-2 Girls' League--2-3-4-Reprensentntive-4 "The Yellow Shadow"-4 Glee Club-2-3-4-Vice President-4 Dramatics-4 Arts and Crafts-1-2 DANIEL ZAMORA Nyssa-1-2-3 Football-1-2-3-4 Basketball-1-4 "The Yellow Shadow"-Mgr.-4 Lettermen Club-4 These two students pictures do not appear in the annual. Ill DB GEH R Nyssa-1 Emmett-2 Ontario-3 Football-1 Arts and Crafts--3 Glee Club-3-4 "The Yellow Shadow"-4 Basketball Publicity Mgr.-4 ELLEN JENSEN Firth, Ida.-1-2-3 Glee Club-2-3-4 Librarian-4 Pep Club-2-3-4 9 S NIQR PLAY "The Yellow Shadow", a 3 act mystery comedy was presented by the senior class, on Friday, March Sth, at the Adrian High School Gymnasium. The house lights went out, and from behind the curtain sounded four shots. The curtain rose, flash lights were playing about-and the body of a man lay on the floor. From then until the final curtain, when the mystery was solved, the play was most exciting and a complete succt ss. The play cast: Nell Travis, housekeeper at Viewcrest.-Margaret Wintersg Gilbert Wright, attorney-Bob Gehrg Alice Perkins, Mildred's chum-Louise Klingbackg Mildred Marvin, inherited Viewcrest--Flora Prosser, Hazel Wayne, Mildred's cousin-Ethel Daissg Jed Travis, believes in gilleyloo birds-Livingstone Larking Herbert Marvin, lived in Singa- pore.-Claude Pattersong Sheriff Macklin, has taken a "detectkative" course-Elbert Fretwell: Jennie Steel, coroner-Mildred Antrim: Wong Song, past unknowns--Marvin Peterson. I 1 hh l ymtn JI' L Q. ,A is-' ' YQ iiiifllrii' pu V. Q - . S f K v-1- ,fr- cliffs" fb-Q 4 Z, USR-.1 ag xvq' ' 1 SE UQ GLASS HUSTQRY The Class of 1940 began its voyoge one September day in nineteen hundred and thirty-six with Eleanor Haworth commanding the crew num- bering forty-three. After the weary toils of a summer vacation we were enlivened by a new school spirit. We looked upon the scoffs and scorns, given us by the dominant lords of the upper classes with that kind of indignation with which our Puritan forefathers once gazed on the tea tricks of Lord North. Sailing became almost impossible in January due to weather conditions, but we were elated to know that spring was just around the corner and our voyage as Freshmen would be history. An increase in number, fifty-seven passengers assembled in September of '37, with increased zeal and enthusiasm for their journeys as Sopho- mores. Claud Patterson was chosen Captain of this studious crew, which he guided well and wisely on this momentous voyage. September seventh, "1938," the crew came together for the animal voyage, this time under the name of Juniors with June Marie Wilson at the tiller. On March 11th 'we stepped up along side the Seniors, asking them to be our guests at a banquet known as the Junior-Senior banquet. Everyone went to the village of Contentment bef-ore resuming their duty to complete the voyage as Juniors. In September of 1939 we boarded the newly built ship at Adrian as Seniors. Twenty-two passengers stepped aboard, twelve of whom started as Freshmen at Nyssa. Five joined our crew this year from other schools. Elbert Fretwell was chosen to command this, the graduating class of 1940. Through his untiring efforts and the cooperation of every mem- ber, the voyage proved successful. Mary Roberts, vice-presilentg Flora Prosser, secretary-treasurer, and Mr. de Lespinasse as advisor. ' ' The members of the Senior Class have always rallied to the support of their crew in the various athletics. Ont of the thirteen boys in 'our class, eight made letters this year and four are four-year lettermen. As .luniors, three of our present crew were members of the runner-up baseball team for the Snake River Valley championship. . We are also proud of the girls for their active part in all activities. Jim Miller holus the honor of being in command of the entire crew or Student Body on the Adrian Ship. On this our final voyage we have cherished many happy and blissful evenings, such as the Roller Skating Party, November 10, a dance sponsored by the Freshmen and Seniors on November 22, 1939, and Junior-Senior banquet on May 10. On May 24, 1940, we assembled in the gymnasium to receive our diplomas, as certificates of our four years work We were saddened. to realize that this would be our last meeting together. Let us all remain true to our motto, "Not at the top, but climbing," until some golden day-' break the top is reached. SIN GH GLASS W U. . We the Seniors of '40 Have met in sad and solemn State To will our gifts of heart and mind To those less favored, left behind lt is indeed our great desire To help relieve the plight most dire In which they'll find themselves, alas! Without the guiding Senior Class. The Faculty, we leave refreshed, Since our classwork was of the best And clever questions, eager looks Meant more we thought than learned books: And so this will, all splashed with tears, We leave you for the coming years. To the Juniors who assume our position next year we bequeath our chewing gum, spit wads, and matching pennies. To the Sophomores we will our ability to get by without studyiing. To the Frosh we will the large Webster dictionary in the library. tlle sure to use it.J Mildred Antrim-wills her loudness to Emily Otls. Fred Boness-wills his old '28 "Chevy" to Wayne Piercy. tHe may need it.i Norman Cram-wills his ability of learning readings to Grace Kygar. Ethel Daiss-wills her curves to the State Highway Department. Bob Eastman-wills his shortness to Harold Miller. Elbert Fretwell-wills his attraction tor blonds to Johnny Timmer- man. Jesse Gale-wills his ability to clean house to his fixture wife. Bob Gehr---wills his conceit to Mavis Gale. Louise Klingback-wills her editorship of "The Treasure Chest", to anyone who wants lt. Livingstone Larkin -wills his ab'lity to court girls to Morris Deiien- bungh. Jim Miller-wills his little "Sugar Plum" tDorothy Hamiltoni to Adrian High School next year. flleave her alone, hoys.i Regina Ocamica-wills her talking ability to Bill Nelson. Virginia Ocaamica-wills her ability to dance to Donna Ashc-raft. tauld Patterson--wills his gym pants to Miss Clark. Mervin Peterson-wills his ability oi arguing to Nick Glass. 11 lora Prosser- -wills her exce sive weight to Susan Zamora. Mary Roberts-wills her ability ot growing long hair to Sam Pulleu. Ray Strickland-wills his forwardness to Bob Glbszzn. Miles Wallace--wills his ability of chewing gum to Mr. Patch. Margaret Winters-wills her ability of tumbling to Jean Lorensen. Daniel Zamora-wills his athletic ability to Robert Cannon. Ellen Jansen-Hwills her shyness to Rose McGinnis. And it in the future our help you need Be sure from high stations we'll eagerly speed l-or all you have done in the past many years In joining our laughter and drying our tears, To teachers and coaches our friends tried and true We leave our best wishes and a HEARTY THANK YOU! it nu X ill ills gun . I ,gf 1+- .i i ""fxi!.i it ' 'Mil ', 4 'yah ii. V 'Q 4 ,J JI wa IT-, L-1,I I v 'Sf ln l 415 - GLASS QF Q40 U TH FUTW E Time: May 24, 1950. Place: Adrian, Oregon. A journey around the world with Flora Prosser. I had just realized my life long ambition when I received my appoint- ment as foreign correspondent for the "Adrian Gazette." This would enable me to take my long desired trip around the world. As I went aboard ship on my way to Honolulu I noticed the chief engineer looked rather familiar. After a little thought I recognized him as Elbert Fretwell, president of the class of 'i40". Seeing him instantly recalled all my good old days at Adrian Hi and I decided to look up all my former classmates and see just what the years had held for them. On board ship I attended a dance and to my surprise found the crowd dancing to the swing music- of Jim Miller and his orchestra. The very popular violinist with him was his wife, former Mildred Antrim. At the Hawaiian Islands I hired a guide, Fred Boness, to show me the island. One of the most interesting sights was the interpretation of the Honolulu by Mary Roberts, a dancing teacher in the islands. On the plane trip to Russia I heard much talk of the new dictator, Mervin Peterson. To amuse myself while traveling to Paris I read a Paris newspaper. In it I saw an advertisement of a "Lonely Hearts Club" for all bachelors and old maids, conducted by Ethel Daiss. While in Paris I attended a movie starring the American No 1. glamour boy. Pat Patterson, who was breaking girls hearts all over the world. ni Germany I visited the art galleries and saw many famous pictures painted by Louise Klingback. In Italy while drifting peacefully in a gondola in Venice, I listened to the beautiful tenor voice of the gondlier, Jesse Gale. Down a side street in Venice, I found an organ grinder, Bob Gehr, showing the children the tricks of his pet monkey. I next went to India, here I found Bob Eastman teaching in a misslonary school. His wife, the former Margaret Winters, helped him when she was not too busy keeping track of the ten little Eastmans. In Switzerland I took skiing lessons from Miles Wallace, world famous winter sportsman. While in London I talked to Daniel Zamora, who was about to commit suicide because his heart had been broken by a dish-water blonde. Sipping tea in a smart London tea shop I read in a newspaper where the sixth wife of Mr, de Lespinasse, our class advisor, was suing for a divoce. In the jungles of Africa I discovered Regina Ocamica and her husband about to set off on a journey through the uninhabited wilds to take pictures of the wild animals for Warner Brothers. By this time as I was about to run out of funds I boarded a ship for New York City where I met Livingstone Larkin, 'who was training to l'1lll for the United States in the next Olympic games. When I went to Coney Island I went to a small hot dog stand, which was owned by Ellen Jensen. A friend of mine took me to visit Sing Sing prison. There I received the greatest shock of my life when I saw Ray Strickland, who was serving a life sentence for stealing the Hope diamond. After viewing the rest of New York I returned home to Adrian where I was given a hearty welcome by the mayor, Norman Cram. Namc- Mildred Antrim 4aMillyrn Fred Boness llFritZll Norman Cram "Norm" Ethel Daiss "Toots" Bob Eastman "Camera Co. Elbert Fretwell '-Bert" Jesse Gale llGaleIl Bob Gehr "Tater" Louise Kllngback "Lucia" Livingstone Larkin "Livle" Jim Miller "Chlmmy" Regina Ocamlca URel! Virginia Ocamlca ..Vh,g., Claud Patterson npat.. Flora Prosser "Prose" Mary Roberts "Bob" Ray Strickland "Strick" Miles Wallace "Mills" Margaret Winters n:Marge1r Daniel Zamora "Chief" Ellen Jensen npinkyn rn POST URTNE Di I w'0l'St Flilllf 0' F"""' On nm-rn Disappointment Silence Heartbreak Public Speaking Stage Fright Learning to Dance Making Announce- ments Voice Caught On A Low Note Gab-itis Lumbago Too Much Sleep Dorothyltis Meekness Neatness A Great Rush She Didn't Despondency Trombonle "Ornerlness" Night-Mare Playing Pinochle Dancing H28 Chevy" Getting Mad Kackling Getting A Date Bl-ondes Telling Jokes Concelt Being Ticklish Too Many To Tell Cussini! Temper Falling Down Being Late Two-timer Being Too Serious Rashfulness Lazlness Day Dreaming Mustache Laughing 001-ulmtion In Houvon Throwing Rocks Fixing Flats Coaching Meeting the male train Dodging Angels Trumpeter Throne Duster Broadcasting Chauffeur Wasting Time Pianist Imperial Seamstress Huh ? Drawing for St. Peter Entertaining Angels She isn't there Selling Tickets to Judgment Day Mall Carrier Gum Chewing Polishing Freckles Athletic Nursing Lust Words Aw, You're Crazy Confuscious Say Put! Why Shore Did ya know? I Could Just Cuss What d' you say? Oh Shut Up! J Wi 1 . g ,.,, .44 N Yah! Yah! ll ,mia fa L .nii."X If 71' jhliisi-' 'rw .-ws Y ' .r 'Nil 7 x 5' M 4 Q 'I . x :A , 54, -P - at Onward, Seniors, Onward, The race has just begun, No matter what the ills may be Life's Marathon must be run. We have made a good beginning In the first few steps of our course, And tho our ranks are thinning From the different calls of life We're glad to fill the depleted ranks. In this world of toil and strife. Into the by-ways of life we'll he turning Our places in the world to find, For somewhere in the world we are needed Needed by those of our kind. So onward, Seniors, onward. Prepare for the call that will come, Then in your heart you'll be content For work that has been well done. CLASS OF l94-I Mo'r'ro "WE BUILD THE LADDER BY WHICH VVE CLIMB" President .......... Vice President .... Secretary .......... Treasurer ......... Faculty Advisor CLASS COLORS CRIMSON AND GREY John Timmerman Ileta Franklln Donna Ashcraft Grace Kygar Miss Clark "1 Q' 50 ,jf QPR i 'i 54' if! RS Top Row: Donna Ashcraft, Rex Beebe, Juanita Culbertson, Morris Deffenbaugh, Oliver Freel, Ileta Franklin, Bob Gibson, Betty Glass. Second Row: Nick Glass, Evelyn Gregg, Pauline Gowey, Dorothy Ham- ilton, Russell Huffstetter, Margaret Hyatt, Grace Kygar, Maurice Leavitt. Third Row: Marion Loftus, Jean Lorensen, Lance Loring, Marie Love- land, Velma McDermott, Loretta Mitchell, Bud Notheis, Emily Otis. Fourth Row: Leroy Parker, Wayne Piercy, Florence Russell, Bud Schweizer, Betty Skinner, Eileen Sllippy, Sidney Snapp, Curine Sipes. Bottom Row: Juanita Sipes, Eldon Tallman, Paul Thiel, Johnny Tini- merman, Edna Wilson, Wayne Woods. JU R GLASS H STQRY The first Junior Class of Adrian consists of 38 members, 21 girls and 17 boys. ' All but 6 members, who came from nearby schools, attended Nyssa High School last year as Sophomores. Our class has assumed a role of leadership in all sports and activities. In football the majority of the boys turned out with 7 earning letters. In basketball 6 members received awards. Twelve Juniors are members in the Adrian Lettermen's Club The .lnnior boys won the interclass tourna- ment in basketball at the first of the season. The Junior Girls make up half the number in G. A. A. The class has been in Girls' atics, Arts ond Crafts, Journalism, A Capella Chorus and Class officers leading us this year include Johnny basketball letterman, president: Ileta Franklin, G. A. A. president of the classy Donna Ashcraft, a member of the secretary of the class, Grace Kygar, member ol' the Log of the class. Miss June Clark served as class advisor. League, Dram- Band. Timmerman, u President, Vice tumbling team, Staff, treasurer "Adam's Evening", the Junior Class play, was very well attended and enjoyed by all on the evening of April 26th. On May 10th the Junior Class played host to the Seniors at the animal Junior-Sen or Banquet. JUNHIUR PLAY "Adam's Evening", presented by the Junior Class, April 26, was a royalty play with an all-star cast headed by Adam, Sid Snapp, who sets the action for one hilarious scene after another at breakneck pace. Figur- ing highly in the battle of wits is Adam's Mother-in-law, Mrs. Bean, played by Emily Otis, who can't let well enough alone, but takes the situation in hand and sends Mr. Cokes, Leroy Parker, a funeral wreath because he is supposed to be dead, but isn't. Mrs. Cokes, played by Betty Glass, turns up at this time to collect her supposedly dead husband's in- surance. Dr. Fragoni, Oliver Freel, and his wife, Rosita, who is Dorothy Hamilton, spend two of the three acts losing and finding themselves, as does Elmer Green, played by Rex Beebe, only his endeavors are bent on suicide. Adam's trusting wife, Anna, Juanita Sipes, comes home from u short vacation to find her house in an uproar and no one seems to be able to help her straighten it out, not even the house servants, Casper and Gertle, the colored comedy team-very well done by Bob Gibson and Florence Russell. un X ll fm il ll Jr U .. I 'irlwgilrwg-"N if, .I -- X.. 'v,A -fl X P1 ig. FJ ' P94 .4 4 Ja PR u ' c.,J 'K ax' ' u SQFIEJQ QR GLASS HISTORY -. . Ili . 'ig ful' ' 'Sh as - ", fl" .. M-" 4 Y . H In 1938 a green, but not too green to learn, Freshman Class entered Nyssa High School. ,Glen ,Osborn was elected presidentg, Louise Hinton, vice president, and Idaleen Maw, Secretary and Treasurer. The class motto of "Forward Ever, Backward Neverf' was selected. The yellow tulip and blueand gold were chosen as a class flpwerand colors, respectively. The classwadvisors were Miss lrene Honsteadand Mr. John Young. Only two meetings were held during the 1935-39. year. Near the. close of the -year a class weiner roast was held on the school grounds. . This year things have changed a great deal. A part of the green Freshman class of 1938-3x9 in Nyssa High was the first to enter the new Adrian High School as a Sophomore Class. Glen Osborn was again elected president, Louise Hinton, vice ,presidentg Marjorie Cameron, Secretary and Treasurerg and Mavis Gale, Class representative, to the Student Council. Maroon and gold were chosen as the class colors. The red and yellow tulip was selected as the class flower. For a class motto, "Push, Pull or Get out of the Way"lwas the, class choice., On October 27th, the class played host to the Student Body in a most hilarious party. The Sophomore class has taken an active part in all school activities. A Sadie Hawkins party was successfully sponsored by the Soiphomores on February 29. Mr. Cook, class advisor. deserves a great deal of credit for his assist- ance and guidance to the class. F ESNHMAM HMSTQRY On September 5th a group of 45 Freshmen looked through their ranks and selected the following officers, Verne Linderman, president: Billy Hamilton, vice president, Phyllis Haworth, secretary, Ardis McFate, treasurerg Mary Ann Underdahl, social chairmang Lois Patton, student council representativeg and Charles Landreth, sergeant-at-arms. Class colors of green and gold were chosen and the deer was selected as the class mascot. On November 22 the Freshmen joined the Seniors in sponsoring a successful school dance and party. The Freshman class has been active in all phases of school activities and attended school regularly and have maintained a fair scholarship standard. Sixteen Freshmen are in the band, two' freshmen made letters in football, three in basketball and a large turnout is expected from our class in track and baseball. In the girl's intramural basketball schedule the Freshman team captained by Margery Hillis placed second in the final standings. A successful roller skating party ended our social events for the year. S0tP'll'l0M0lRElS 'Pop Row: Julian Aufderhar, Glan Osborn, Carl Piercy, Joe Hobson, Mr. Cook. Marion llazey, Hob Kurtz, Bill Nelson. Second Row: Eugene Dazey, Ira Garner, Ellis Givens, Robert Holman, Hakin Anderson, Robert Talbot, Don Garner, Stella Dunbrasky. 'l'hird Row: Susan Zamora, llarold Kurtz, Julia Eastman, lsaat- Mit- chell, Dorothy Wolf. Bill Case, Louise Hinton, Loren Hite. Fourth Row: Marjorie Cameron, Merrill Tallman, Laura Pros fer, Nor- bert Huek, Naomi Lorensen, Melvin Parker, Arlene Peterson, Ularis Vase, Helen Beebe. Bottom Row: Lorraine Mf:l"ate, Morris Godwin, Norma Jean llalss. Mavis Gale, Gregory Thiel, Erma Points, Betty Earhus. Not Pictured: Edna Pram, Willard Curtis, Ed Hay. tFRESHtMlEN Top Row: .I. V. Culbertson, Floyd Phifer, Vern llenderman, Sam Pullen, Harvey Metzker, Ivan Zesiger, Elbert Hatch. Sec-ond Row: Eleanor Hobson, Ardis Melfate, Ruth Eastman, Theo Garner, Miss Molstrom, Mabel Roberts, Wiuitred Doty, Betty Hite. Velma Hawk, Layton Loftus, Eleanor Dutton. Third Row: Auraro Zamora, Kathryn Robertson, Allen Nelson, Norma Pitkin, Dale Teter, Margery Hillis, Donald Dazey. Fourth Row: Farna Mitchell, Lois Patton, Harry Leavitt, Robert Gan- non, Iris Hite, Rose McGinnis, Mary Lou Jackson, Dorothy Slate, Robert Glass. llottom Row: Harold Miller, Charles Landreth, Mary Ann Underdahl. Phyllis Haworth, Keith Vameron, Keith Eaehus, Billy Hamilton, Not Pic-tured: Joe Cram, Royal Sanders. Lili- . I' ' f off , rl . Wim Wfmll 'W on nl Na 4., I I ,lil . 3 6. ' 1 ft l'LQl W , T ' lm -. Y , -""'!w-.. ' , S .Yttf.',,,,A,,,Q, ,, ' iff' tj W fd' 'ft uh' mb mt nt, I -73 , A ' ' ' X t, ta, , , sg' , tx J 'Y' '-' ' -if' .Qu N Sqn! ' w.4:"1 . A , - Fi. ' 1 . A '45, ff' U - 1 ' t .-,.. Ei - ' , jg SPORTS 'Q , 1- .ifgs 3--45 Y ,4 ' I a '59 -,J xl. atkvv' x Ii' FWQTBALL Opening football practice of September 5th found twenty-seven can- didates reporting to Coach Cook. This group included only six members who had had previous football experience. From this nucleus the 1939 team was molded. Although the season was marred by defeats at the hands of Parma, Nyssa and Weiser Reserves, the victories over Wilder, two wins over Ontario Reserves, Halfway and a tie with Homedale gave us an even break for the season and a fine record for our first year of play. The season was climaxed with a thrilling 7-6 victory over the Halfway Wolves who, until they met Adrian, had posted 13 consecutive wins, in 1938 and 1939. A fine spirit prevailed on the squal and each game saw mtrked improvement in play. Letters were awarded nineteen men. They included: Claude Patterson. Wayne Piercy, Bob Gibson, Elbert Fretwell, ends: Oliver Freel, Glen Osborn, Morris Deffenbaugh, Joe Cram, tackles, Fred Boness. Leroy Parker, Elbert Hatch, Sam Pullen, guards, Norman Cram, Bob Eastman, centersg and Stewart Schweizer, Livingstone Larkin, Bud Notheis, Daniel Zamora and Don Garner, backs. Seniors include, Patterson, Fret- well, Boness, Eastman, N. Cram, Larkin and Zamora. These boys will be hard to replace in the 1940 team. Although several reserves failed to earn a letter they gained experi- ence and will battle for a place on the 1940 team. The reserves showed tine spirit in serving as scrimmage fodder for the varsity. The fine record of the team was for a large degree due to the caliber of the reserves. At the end of the season the squad elected Daniel Zamora honorary captain, and selected Bud Schweizer as the most valuable squad member. His name will appear on the trophy presented the school by the Eder Hardware Co. SEASON'S SUMMA RY Wilder 0 Adrian 6 Parma 32 Adrian 6 Homedale 0 Adrian 0 Nyfsa 20 Adrian 0 Weiser Reserves 33 Adrian 0 Ontario Reserves 6 Adrian 7 Ontario Reserves 0 Adrian ffl Halfway 6 Adrian 7 Won, 4, Lost, 33 Tied, 1. BASKETBALL Adrian High's first basketball season from the standpoint of games won was not impressive. However the 1940 hoopsters demonstrated an interest and enthusiasm that bodes well for future Adrian hoop seasons. Coach Cook took a bunch of green, inexperienced boys fmany of whom never before had even had a ball in their handsl a long way toward be- coming a good ball team. With most of the emphasis upon fundamentals the squad showed a marked improvem-lit from the time they played their first gan-e until they completed a hard 27 game schedule. The boys were only able to win from three teams, Prairie City, Fruitland and Vale. The peak of the season came with the Vale game. Catching the Snake River Valley League rhampions in a slump and overconfident the locals played their best ball game to win 26-24. Twelve boys made letters: Seniors-Patterson, Cram, Zamora, Miller: Junior:-Schweizer, Beebe, Woods, Timmerman, Tallmang Sophomores- Piercy: Freshmen-Hatch, Zesiger. The B squad had a more successful season although winning less than half their games Mainstays of this group were Pullen, Garner, Faso, Givens, Mitchell, Loftus and Parker. lFi00TlBAlLIL Top Row: Eldon Tallman, Sidney Snapp, Russell Huffstetter, Bob Kurtz, Marion Loftus, Harold Kurtz. Sec-ond Row: Elbert Fretwell, Elbert Hatch, Fred Boness, Hakin An- derson, Bud Notheis, Leroy Parker, Jim Miller. Third Row: Mr. Cook, Ivan Zesiger, Livingstone Larvin, Wayne Pierry, lliob Gibson, Claude Patterson, Glen Osborn, Johnny Timlnernian. liottoin Row: Daniel Zamora, Stuart Schweizer, Sam Pullen, Norman Urain, Morris Deffenbaugh, Oliver Freel, Don Garner. Not Pivtnredz Joe Prani, Bob liasttnan, BASiK,ETlBAH.-NIL Top Row: Mr. Cook, Ivan Zesiger, Carl Piercy, Gland Patterson, .Iohnny Tillllllerlllilll, Sam Pullen, Elbert Hatch, Don Garner, Sid Snanp, Mgr. Second Row: .lim Miller, Norman Cram, VVayne NVoods Stuart Schwei- . zer, Bob Gibson, Daniel Zamora, Elldon Tkllllllilll, Rex Beebe. 'S yi A WM A 3 fi-5 tx, ' l 1 - 'Q I s yvxtxxy My 'V I in 1 ' - , -nu' ,f , f gg-fb-7" .4 ,- W ' if 2 ' f 7-.', - 11, 35-J' I V-4 1' U55 1- an ,. .4 4 la I-f ait ll. ' iq. u Q BUYS TE WRAL S SD TS Intramural sports began during basketball season. Our coach, Mr. Cook, started intramural sports to develop better players and better sports- manship in the school. The Coach picked six teams from the high school and Mr. McPartland picked a team from the Grade School and began playing basketball. When the season was over the players picked what they considered was the best players i11 their opponents The results were: FIRST STRING Don Garner .....v..,......... Wolves Bill Case ...................,.. Huskies Carl Piercy .....,.......... Mustangs Livingstone Larkin .... Cougars Jewell Wilson .... Grade School SECOND STRING Dudley Kurtz ...... Grale School Bud Notheis .,.,. ....... W olves Wildcats Sam Pullen ....,.. Wayne Piercy ,..... .... M ustangs Fred Boness .,... .,.... W illcats The final results of the teams: Wolves ........................ 9 3 .750 Hotshots .... 8 4 .667 Mustangs .... 7 4 .636 Trojans 5 6 .456 Cougars ...... 2 4 .3 3 3 Huskies .... .. 3 8 .273 Wildcats .......................... 3 S .273 The track team looks good, but we can't tell just how good it ig until they get them on a good track, our track is still uncompleted. We have some lettermen that should help our track team. Our first baseball team is working out now with Mr. Patch acting coach. Although there are no lettermen we should have a good team and win our share of the games. GIRLS lIlllM'TER:M1WRlAL SPUIRTS The girls Intramural program included volleyball, basketball, soft- ball, and individual sports. Although girls physical education activities included individual as well as team sports, the latter lead the Intramural program. The Juniors seem to have the edge on the other three classes, as they took the championship in volleyball and basketball. Individual sports were tennis, archery, badminton, and aerial darts. These sports with softball were played during the spring season. Girls taking part in Intramural games were not on a selective basis. A large percentage of the girls took an active interest in the intramural program. l l Top Row: Regina Ocamica, Miss f'lark, Louise Klingback, Loretta lilitchell, Florence Russell, Velma lVlcDermott, Juanita Uulbertson. Second Row: Margaret Winters, Grace Kygar, Dorothy Hamilton, Vir- ginia Ocamica, Emily Otis, Susan Zamora. Bottom Row: Marjorie Cameron, Louise Hinton, Betty Eachns, Laura Prosser, Flora Prosser. Juanita Sipes, Ileta Franklin, Donna Ashcraft. Pauline Gowey is not pictured. The G. A. A. is an organization organized for the girls of the High School. For a girl to become a member she must have earned at least thirty points by participating in different sports and activities. This year eight girls having the required number of points were initiated into the G. A. A, They donned their football suits and demonstrated a football game in front of the assembly, thus giving the boys a few pointers on the game. The different activities in which the girls are participating this year to earn points include horseslioes, deck tennis, archery, volley ball, basket- ball, tennis, badminton, and tumbling in addition to out-of-school activities such as hiking, horseback riding, skating, bicycle riding. The girls sponsored a dinner and dance in honor of the Halfway ball players and Halfway G. A. A. members and the Adrian Lettermen. Each G. A. A. girl has to have 50 points for a numeral, 100 points for the letter A, and 150 points for the block "0" with a. small "A" inside. These awards can be purchased and worn on school sweaters. The G. A. A. has helped the school all it can and has been especially interested in activities and in working for the betterment of the school. fl I IQETQ W J . . .V .qMA l 5 .N I, '1 itil I fvx 'U fb-0 gtg. 17 , -A -z K Y ARTS AND Top Row: Stella Dunbrasky, Louise Klingback, Loretta Mitchell, Mar- ion Dazey, Mary Roberts, Regina Ocamica, Miss Clark. Bottom Row: Susan Zamora, Virginia Ocamica, Robert Cannon, Marie Loveland, Edna Wilson, Eileen Slippy. Fourteen students entered the Arts and Crafts class in the fall of 1939. Of this number nine regularly attended. Members include: Stella Dunbrasky, Susan Zamora, Edna Wilson, Marie Loveland, Virginia Ocamica, Eileen Slippy, Regina Ocamica, Louise Klingback, Robert Cannon, and Mary Roberts. As an introduction to arts and crafts the class spent a short period on learning simple stick lettering. They applied this knowledge by making some football posters. Later the subject of perspective was studied in relationship with rooms and houses. Before Christmas members ot' the group made Christmas cards by the block printing method. After Christmas vacation mats and small dishes were made out of serpentine. V-arious melnbers of the group have enjoyed the activity by working on soap carving, glass painting, bead work, batik, leathercraft, and wood- bulrning projects. During the spring season the class plan to do free hand drawing out of doors. Miss June Clark has served as advisor for the group. ACTIVITIES TREASURE Gilt-'EEST Louise Klingback ...,...,.... Editor Grace Kygar ......... .... A ss't Editor Elbert Fretwell ..... ...,..... S ports Emily Otis ......... ....... S ocial Flora Prosser ...... ..., P ersonals Julia Eastman ...... .....,.. J okes Mary Roberts ..,.... ..,. 14 'eatcre Juanita Franklin ..,... .... ' Fypist Reporters: Naomi L-orensen Marion Dazey Mildred Antrim Harold Miller Charles Landreth Donald Dazey Juanita Culbertson The Treasure Chest was the outgrowth of a unanimous vote of thc student body for a school paper. Since then the paper has come out at intervals. From the students who turned out for journalism, Louise Klingback was chosen editor. With the help of the rest of the staff and the advisor, Miss Daphne Moistrom, the first Adrian High School Treasure Chest was turned out and delivered to an appreciative student body. After the publication of the first issue of the Treasure Chest, the ambitious staff set a goal of making each issue of the paper superior to the previous issue. Although many difficulties loomed before them, such as learning to use a minieograph, trying to keep the office quiet on pub- lication day' and teaching students to turn the material in a day before and not a day after the deadline, each of these were hurdled in the for- ward march. At the beginning of the second semester Louise Klingback, having proved her worthiness and patience, was again chosen editor. Margaret Klingback, whose job it was to type the dummy copies and the stencils besides writing the editorials, deserted her post and turned her job over to Juanita Franklin. With the first year almost over, the staff of the Treasure Chest can look back to a most progressive and successful year. Their hard work has been appreciated and they have set a high goal that members of the Treasure Chest staff in the future will do well to attain. Dil. .AlMA'ilT'll0 , Top Row: Mrs. Watts, Loretta Mitchell, Marion Dazey, lletty Glass. Velma McDermott, Allen Nelson, Second ltow: Maurice Leavitt, Juanita Culbertson, .lost ph llob on, t'urine Sipes, Ruth Eastman, .lulia Eastman. Grace liygar. Third Row: Mildred Antrim, Margaret Winters, Ethel Daiss, lflrtnn Points, Entily Otis, Arl ne Peterson, lleta lfranklin, llorot' y Hamilton. Fourth Row: Laura Prosser, Marjorie Cameron, Louise llinton, M.tv..a Gale, Kathryn Robertson, Lorraine McFate, Dorothy Slate, Juanita Sipes, Juanita Franklin. Fifth Row: Harry Leavitt, Robert. Glass, Helen Beebe, Mary Ann Un- derdahl, Keith Cameron, Billy Hamilton, Keith Eachus. These students not pictured: Eleattor Hobson, Lois Patton, Iris Hite, Betty Hite, Winlfred Doty, Bob Cannon, Eleanor Dutton, Margery llillis, Edna Cram. The Dramatics Class includes about 50 members. These students. under the direction of Mrs. Watts, were divided ittto two divisions---one meeting on Mondays and Fridays and the other on Tuesdays and Thursdays, There were six plays given the first semestergthree at public per- formances and three in student body assemblies. The plays given before the public, December 7. are as follows: "Tho Pampered Darling," a comedy by Beatrice McNeil. Juanita Franklin, Kathryn Robertson, Loretta Mitchetll, Robert Cannon, Allen Nelson, Julia Eastman, Grace Kygar, Mary Ann Underdahl, Joseph Hobson, Keith Fam- cron. "Alice's Blue Gown", a comedy by Rose Campion. Mavis Gale, Emily Otis, Eleanor Dutton, Margery Hillis, Erma Points, Betty Hite, Lois Patton Iris Hite. "Teapot on the Rocks", a comedy by John Kirkpatrick. Laura Pros- ser, Marjorie Cameron, Ethel Daiss, Robert Cannon, Robert Glass, Keith Cameron. The plays presented at Student Body assemblies and their casts are! "Our Aunt From f'alifornia," a farce by Madalene Demarest. Juanita Sipes, Louise Hinton, Dorothy Hamilton, Juanita Culbertson, Ileta Frank- litt, Margaret Winters. "Elizabeth's Young Man", a farce by Louise Seymour Hasbrouck. Arlene Peterson, Helen Beebe, Lorraine McFate, Allen Nelson. "The Tale of a Shirt", by Leon Edward Joseph. Betty Glass, Maurice Leavitt, Ruth Eastman, Margery Hillis, Dorothy Slate, Lois Patton. Curine Sipes, Mildred Antrim. The following plays were presented during the second semester' "What Are You Going to Wear?" "The Happy Hoboesj' attd "Not Quite Such a Goose." I than HL Tgifv-f 4 lt f ' f..--.,' g :-I 34'-mv t. . , .,.., ,x. , . xtk ' - ' .. J' yt fd . ,fr . 11575 -.,f. 5 1- .2 ' , V 1- r r' ,- 4 Q1,,f11.f.,Q, A 'Y , 1- l'f1' ii V 4 . .l, i'T9s..,J AL 14.5 ' 1 BA D Everyone has a hidden desire to toot on an instrument, wear a uni- form, and march in the bland. During the first weeks of school, some of the students were able to partly realize this because with the help of Mr. de Lespinasse and their parents, about 56 members ordered different instruments. After the shiny instruments arrived, then came the head-splitting sque-aks and squawks, which by no means could be made pleasant without many hours of home and class practice. The entire band made their first appearance at the Christmas program in which they showed considerable progress. The pep band, made up of 25 members, made their first appearance at the New Plymouth game on February 26. They continued to appear at all the home games. This greatly increased the pep of the student body and assisted in increasing gate receipts at games. The band's first concert was held April 5. It was a great success. A considerable sum of money was made, which is to be used to buy uniforms for next year. On April 13, the band went to the Festival at Caldwell, Idaho. An enjoyable time was reported by all. The Adrian High School Band under the capable direction of Mr. de Lespinasse has made unusual progress for a first year group. The band has played at pep assemblies, and basket ball games and has been a con- tributing factor in improving school spirit and morale. With over 50 students returning to the band next year the future looks most cheerful for a high class band organization. A GAPELLA GHQ US President .......... ...... E lbert Fretwell Vice President .................... Margaret Winters Secretary Kr Treasurer .............. Juanita Sipes Sponsor ........ .... .................... M r . de Lespinasse The A Capella Chorus was organized soon after school started in September with a large number attending. Our enrollment is now thirty- three. The Chorus sang some Christmas Carols at the afternoon Christmas program. sThis being our first appearance, it was, of course, a wonderful performance. After that 'we were heard at the following: The Senior Play, Junior Play, May Day Festival, Music Festival, Baccalaureate, Class Day and Commencement. BAND Top Row: llorns, Loren llite, Eflllil Points, Iizitliryn lioborlson, linux llvvlw, Ellis Givvns. ltnritonvs, .Alle-n Nolson, Mnrion llzizt-y, Vvrn lmlitlt-t'ii1:111. Ilnss, Dale- 'l'e1tor. 'l'l'0lllll0llQ!4, Russull lll1fl'stutt0l', lib tlibson, ,loo Hobson, Ray Slrit'kland, Ardfs NIt'I4'z1to. Szlxnnlionos, lfloru Prossvr, Kvilh Ezit-lins, Donna Asht'l'1lt'l. Middle llow: Clnrinvts, Mary Ann llnrlerduhl, liosix lllrtlhnis, llt-len llevbe, Martha Godwin, Harold Kurtz, Elbort Hntvli, Johnny Tintnwrf inun, Glen Osborn. Diruc-tor, Mr. de l,espinusse. t'lzirint1ts. Velnin Mv- Ilvrniott, Jesse Gallo, Betty l':il0llllS, Arlene Peter. on, Mary llon .lut'kson, Phyllis Haworth. Nlltlllll Lorensen. Flute, Mavis Gllltx. Bottom Row: Cornets, Billy Hamilton, Jnliun Aut'd9rh:ir, Sidney Stump, Hob llolniun, Elbert Fretwell, Lorraine Mt'Fz1te. Drums, Bob tlohr, Anroru Ztunoru, Loretta lvlitvhell, Winifred Doty, Norbort llnt-la. tiornt-ts, Melvin Parker, Punl Thiel, Ilnyton Loftus, Mnbvl ltobvrts. Graule- School invnibers not Illt'llll'f"fl. GILEE CLUB Top Row: lfjllit-rt Frotwt-ll, Vorn llQllll0l'lllilll, Ilivingstono Lairkin. Harold Kurtz, .Iesse Gale, Dale Teter, Dumulcl Dazey. Bob Kurtz. Se-rond Row: Glen Osborn, Dorothy Wolf, Stolln llnnbruslay, Ruth lflustinan, Winifred Doty, Thvo Garner, Hotty tllnrs, Evvlyn tlwixg, Mr. de l,vspinusso. Third Row: Mabel Roberts, Ardis Mt'Fz1te, Phyllis Haworth, illnry Lou Jaickson, Aurora Znnioru, Susan Zamora, Dorthy Slate, Nortnn Pitkin. llottom Row: Lois Patton, Rosie Mtftlinnis, lNlui'gt1ry llillis, Normal Jean lhiiss, Dorthy Hziniilton, lllarfzaret Winters, .Inunitu Sipvs, Erinn Points. 5-v i 'S 7 i it ,. ' ln :Qs wil NN i ,xv ,,, V t tffflff I Vw, '- Ea . 'fx , X-vim, t it it it ' iiilvgiw 1' jr L . Y A 1 .A , 51 35.-" t Y' .QE ffv-'W V 1 4 4 .l, NIS!! 1 -a r fs"- llf f' GIRLS LE GWE The Girl's League was organized in Nyssa in 1939. The officers were elected and installed at the Nyssa Baptist Church in April 1938. Officers elected include: Flora Prosser, president, Juanita Sipes, vice president: Louise Hinton, secretary and Louise Klingback, treasurer. The colors are silver, gold and blue which were worn on installation day. Our songs are, "Silver, Gold and Blue," "The Girl's League," and "Honest and True." Plans call for a business meeting and program once each month. A committee appointed to draw up a constitution are still working on this important assignment. We also have a publicity scrap book and a lost and found department. At each meeting we had a charm program where some outside speaker gave us a talk about helpful hints in our every day life. Through various projects du1'lng the year we tried to laecp the school rooms neat and assisted the Llettermen's Club and Student Body in pro- moting and furthering worthwhile school projects. When the officers finish their te1'm they receive a small gold pin with G. L. on it. This ls a reward for the faithful attention and service con- tributed by them. GLU Adrian's first letternien club was organized on November 29, 1939 The following officers were elected: President, Claud Patterson, Vice President, Oliver Freely Secretary and Treasurer, Jim Millerg Advisor, Mr. Cook. The lettermen were instrumental in developing an appreciation of school property and in formulating constructive rules for caring for the school building and equipment. Violators of the rules were forcibly im- pressed of their violation by the group. The group has enjoyed unusual success in developing a sense of pride in the school building and in the proper care of school equipment. The group has received fine cooperation from the entire student body. The Adrian Lettermen Club is growing rapidly and in future years will probably be a better and more useful organization. Tv - GIRLS LEAGUE 'P 'Pop Row: Mary Roberts, Betty Glass, Mrs. Watts, Evelyn Gl'0.'3.f. Juan- ita Culbertson, Ruth Eastman, Winifred Doty, Louise Klingnai-k. Loretta Mitvhell. Set-ond Row: Virginia Oeamiva, Mabel Roberts, t'nrine Sines, Velma Mellermott, Regina Oeamica, Emily Otis, .lulia Eastman, Marjorie Cameron, Louise Hinton, lflorenee Russell. Third Row: Dorothy Slate, Margaret. Winters, Ardfs Melfate, Aurora Zamora, Kathryn Robertson, Velma Hawk, 'l'luo Garner, Flora Prosser. F'ourtl1 Row: Dorothy Wolf, Stella Dunbrasky, Laura Prosser, Mavis Gale, llelen lleehe, Mary Lou Jarkson, Arlene Peterson, Naomi Lor- ensen. Fifth Row: Erma Points, Betty Skinner, Lois Patton, Margery llillis, Norma Jean Daiss, Betty Eaehus, Ethel Daiss, Mauriee Leavitt, Phyllis Haworth, Lorraine Mclfate, Mildred Antrim. Sixth Row: Susan Zamora, Margaret Hyatt, Eleanor Hobson, Elinor Dutton, Betty Hite, Grave Kygar, lleta Franklin, Donna Asherafl, Dor- othy Hamilton. llottom Row: Rosie MeGinnis, Marie Loveland, Edna Wilsimn, Eileen Slippy, Iris llite, Norma Pitkin, Juanita Sines, Mary Ann l'nderd:ilil. Not Pietured: Ellen Jensen, Gladys Jensen, .lean Lorensen, Pauline tlowey, Edna Pram. ' LETTEtRME.NS"62l:YU'B A 'Pon llow: Wayne Piercy, Jim Miller, Morris Deffenbaugh, Ulaud Pat- terson, Norman Pram, Livingstone Larkin, Mr, t'o'mk. Second How: Daniel Zamora, Glen Osborn, Sam Pullen, Hob Gibson, Stuart Schweizer, Elbert Hateh. Third Row: Don Garner, Elbert Fretwell, Oliver Freel, Bud Notlieis, Fred lioness, Leroy Parker. Not Pirtured: Joe Cram, Hob Eastman. 'Tw "i'1l'vi I pi.. nu.: L iffx 1 31 "' .34 ag... , '54 f'ifT'!7fe'1Q"'Q ., Y M iw f . ,N l tt. -if it ,I 'V'-f aw. ,. fJ,u X , 7 V gt kt .ll A tw 1. '. ,., .lt 1 Q. r' -5 '-W' . . fy.-If If V QQ? t.L,L.:2'. . ?' F , f+4! viv. 4 U, 8 ,. 1 ul-'gf l ' u STUD T GDU GII. Jim Miller ......R.........,.,. Student Body President Johnny Timmerman ......,......,,,,,., Vice President Betty Eachus ........... ......... S ecretary Treasurer Mr. Patch .................... Student Council Advisor Class Representatives: Freshmen ........... .... L ois Patt-on Sophomores ....., ..r... M avis Gale Juniors . .......,, Sidney Snapp Seniors ..... Mary Roberts The Student Council consists of the president of the student body, the vice-president, the secretary, a delegate from each class and an advisor. ,, The student council serves as a clearing house for student body business. Matters of general concern to the school are discussed and plans formulated in council meetings and then presented by council members to the larger student body group. Members of the Student Council are as follows: Jim Miller, Presi- dent Johnny Timmerman, Vice-presidentg Sid Snapp, Junior Class Hep- resentativeg Betty Eachus, Secretaryg Mary Roberts, Senior Cl-ass Repre- sentative: Mavis Gale, Sophomore 'Class Representativeg Lois Patton. Freshman Class Representativeg and Mr. Patch, the advisor. During the first semester the student council was not fully organized and therefore did not hold their meetings regularly, but the second sem- ester they held regular meetings at noon on the first and third Wednesdays in the month. F RST GARNUVAI. The evening of November 17 marked a new high in student body activities at Adrian High School. On that date a student body carnival was held in the gym. Preceded by a two weeks ticket selling campaign in which every student in school took part, the success of the assured before the door was opened on November 17. In the campaign Elbert Fretwell received first prize and Bob Kurtz John Timmerman ably served as student manager of John, assisted by Mr. de Lespinasse and a cooperative student a "wow" of one did his As an directed by a carnival. Every student in school had a job to best. carnival was ticket selling second prize. the carnival. body planned do and every opener for the evening's frolic the public speaking class, Mrs. Watts, presented a side splitting pantomime program. Following the program the side shows and concessions opened for business. As the evening progressed the crowd grew larger. Hot dogs competed with beano for popularity. Balloons squawkedg sirens shriekedg and confetti filled the air. At 11:00 P. M. a set of dishes was awarded to Velma McDermott, holder of the lucky number in the drawing contest and the carnival was over. The student body realized S166 profit on the night fun. The success of the carnival was entirely due to the fine support given it by the people of the community and to the cooperation and hard work of every student ln the school. ll Q 'mg il lil Wally' If J Ji :i,1'Nfr'h 'IM Jlmvlk! , It :Fr vw "lm Q , JW! a . 21 iw' X P, 4 it kin" .1 ,W ' N . I lr. N Ax an ,J ' V' SGLEJQQDQHE. GALE AR SEPTEMBER School Days! Dedication of New Building First Football Game-Victory! !! First regular Studentbody meeting Freshmen and Sophomore Olympics Parma at Parma Freshmen Reception Homedale at Adrian OCTOBER Nyssa at Nyssa Weiser at Adrian Ontario at Adrian Studentbody Ha1lowe'en Party given by Sophomores Ontario at Ontario NOVEMBER Halfway at Halfway-Last game of season Football Banquet Junior and Senior Roller Skating Party School Carnival-Big Success!!! Studentbody Dance given by Freshmen and Senior classes First Basketball game at Jordan VallH5' DECEMBER Halfway at Halfway Roswell at Roswell Stndentbody presents 3 one act plays Jordan Valley at Adrian Roswell at Adrian Vale at Adrian Parma at Adrian Fruitland at Fruitland Nyssa at Adrian Christmas Program-First of band Prairie City at Adrian puflic appearanc- 2 3 5 9 13 19 23 27 31 9 10 13 Ui 17 20 23 24 29 9 2-J V 'r 2 fl 'J .i 10 lfv 21 "S JANUARY Back fr-om Christmas Vacation Parma at Parma New Plymouth at Adrian Ontario at Adrian Nyssa at Nyssa Fruitland at Adrian New Plymouth at' Adrian First appearance of pep band Vale at Vale -1-2-3 S. R. V. Tournament FEBRUARY Halfway at Adrian Halfway at Adrian-G. A. A. banquet and dance Ontario at Ontario Jordan Valley at Adrian Notus at Notus Vale at Adrian Homedale at Homedale Notus at Adrian Sophomore Class Party MARCH Senior Class Play Stuclentlmody Leap Year Party given by Juniors APRIL Band Concert Junior Class Play MAY May Day Festival .Iunior-Senior Banquet Baccalaureate Services Class Day Exercises Vommencement UTOGRAPHS HWMOR Mrs. Watts-Why were you late to class? Pat Patterson-Because the bell rang before I got there. Oliver Freel-Last year the doctor told me that if I didn't stop smoking at once I would be feeble- minded, Miss Molstrom-Why dldn't you stop? Sam Pullen-Do you remember that night I kissed you and said I would love you always? Betty Eachus-Yes, dear. Sam--I was afraid you would. Dorothy Hamilton-All men are tools. Jim Miller.-Yes, dear. We were made fools so you girls wouldn't all be old maids, Bill Nelson-There is a lot of electricity In my hair. Mr. Patchk-There should be, its connected to a dry cell. Ability is a poor man's wealth: luck, s lazy m.an's excuse! "Can you define matrlmony?" "Yes! You go to adore, you rinf: s belle, and you give your name to u maid----and then you're taken in!" Magician-lto youngster he has called upon the stsgel "Now, lny boy, you've never seen me before, have you?" Boy-"No, Daddy." Grandmother Eachus-"Keith, I wonldn't slide down those stairs!" Keiths-"Wouidn't.! Gosh, you couldn't!" l Voice on phone-"John Smith is sick and can't attend classes today. He requested me to notifv you." Dr. Wilhelm-"All right. Who is this speakin Voice-"This is my roommate." , Fil W 'Qmllll 4 i I f wks ' 1,11 ,Nails is fit if-' '-up ' ' " " T ""'f:3.i .V -- E.. NW, , ippl . , X9 " 'll-fleafx ff ,"' Q W 5 -'1 'I' l .nk-'I ATS' .':,' s -'- lim --1.5 'i .1 's A HUMOR Johnny to Wayne Piercy, "What would you say if your girl always jump-ed into the nearest man's arms 'when frightened?" Wayne-"Boo! " "To miss a kiss is more amiss Than it would be to kiss a miss, Provided that the kiss you miss The miss herself would never miss." Mrs. Watts-"Give me a sentence using income." Gregory Thiel-"I opened the door and in come the cat." Mrs. 'Hamilton-"Is the clock running, Billy?" Billy H..-"No, Mag it's just standin' still and waggin' its tail." Now comes the story of the absent-minded pro- fessor who rolled under the dresser and waited for his collar button to find him. Mr. Piercy-ito Wayne, coming home in a be- clraggled condition! "Great Scott! How you look!" Wayne P.-e"Yes, Pa. I fell in a mud hole." Mr. Piercy-'tWhz1t! and with your new pants on?" Wayne P.+"Yes. I didn't have time to take them off." "I am afraid it wfin't fit," Kathryn said. as she tried on the ring. "That's funny." Eldon musedg "I never had any iroulgle with it before." Mr. de Lespinasse-I'm a fellow who believes in long engagements. Glen 0slxornfOh, a gracious lover, eh? 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Adrian High School - Antelope Yearbook (Adrian, OR) online yearbook collection, 1940 Edition, Page 29

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