Adrian High School - Antelope Yearbook (Adrian, OR)
- Class of 1955
Page 1 of 72
Pages 6 - 7
Pages 10 - 11
Pages 14 - 15
Pages 8 - 9
Pages 12 - 13
Pages 16 - 17
Text from Pages 1 - 72 of the 1955 volume:
DAM 'b.' 1 '21-"3"
oy au , ju A
Q1 3 4 E X ' Z "" ffvwhi
V aj, M 44314711 MV -W' 'f9'f"Jy7i Y I
f Q J W ' pMj
f'-iifflbfl of-Vcfllic V ' CR
h ,mn ' 14.4, , an J
ix WWW "D
2 52 -A 'ggi' Q fu5 1, Q
Sz ER Q Www N Nw REQ !
Q -'Q 5 S' SKI '
Q iq 3 QE VV
Q f ,ww Zffbfffwz
,f,,-uf,2,L,,',?,,1Up5,mJ-1 V ,I
9 ,H ,W M W, iff M
My Us ' 301
X ,I I 5' J UQ J, Q N
JVQIZPJ W in Zi"'NLf A lfxwpp U
fp Nik MMV
"2 A A ' Q
if any JW p 'WSL
. , lzfwf p,pw,72K Aozjfflfw
60932 1 j W Q0 W J
v C, jp , ip ji A y 49 " , Q!!-V7 DLGAJIJLQ
'Ky PPL! ff V ff' 4?'D?""'L0'UQQf4-
1 Siufff ffll ,A+ JW ,fm ,622 yoj
Mliwfj My pam? QQ-Z Q
f.,V! 'ff f M0 L7,f'?Lif,JDp!1J-Zo' Cl QM
Maw! X522 ff Cl Z K
' G 'f Jw WQYUMJ
- Nj Cf fsgflfa
qwy F IV ,f
W 1 K
6' W , V
L - x A 'OVAM ' '
5 fjmfgigmlf M
xii QZWQVZQEZ- Claw W5
sa 35 fi UWM
5 EX is WJ Zack Q
X Q, X ' 'D "1 ' 1,50
X Q 4,61 352 E, lv,
1 QQ S 5- Us R A2
Q Lu , K Z! life 1.
N . v ,A 'J I, 32'-
.. - yy T10-U .
ggi? MLM MLM
fb, 7 M- AJ 6U AML fl A-,MJCJ
W L all by - g, 411.
Wufif H M WM IL MMV M
Ma ' iF h6 8 ti river of ' - .
C40 M e t tine o ch 01 e, thegfun we had au ' t
M 5 mn e e. afEZ?Hh o?,N UE
dm 05411, Qhi 1954- F Antelolae siiif Lira? as Lmgigiglfljs . Q,QMMJa .L NJ
w11 recap ure those moments and the R1ver J
is MT 9Zn,,.,,, ,w-Q AMUUJ Ah
,tA.,!H-!Ju,fa,lJ.fJ,AU,! ' M4711-.
We 27iz,i21L..'Jf1f WW. J' WMM
if . A Qf4h70M'u-X3 ffhagwf
Lpgzagvi max GQI4ZigJWfffwff- - MMS" e
, Qi . v
. - vi
Published by the Senior Class
ADRIAN UNION HIGH SCHOOL
5 "ga-f. 1 ',,
' f"f,:,f -
'X 5 fs
V" wif!! H,
'la Ax-F" 1
Q fi in
v wtf 9- r -'AM fi-c'g
we P ,445 4 5
'V r V ,.+,, M
MR. ATHOL SAYRE
As a means of thanking Mr. Athol Sayre for
his years of hard work and unselfish devotion at
Adrian High School we dedicate the 1955 "Antelope"
We are very grateful to him for all that he has
done for A. U. H.S. during the past four years. In
the years to come we hope this volume will bring
back many pleasant memories.
. -1,5 I
' , -I
- .N "' 2
.v T,5."'u'f i ,
""' ........,.,... .. A-fr -M '
i My I '
We are very grateful to the school
board for their intelligence and guid-
ance in leading our school during the
current and past years.
From left to right are: Mr. Sayre,
Harvey Bennett, Glen Brown fClerkQ,
Lee H. Stoker fChairrnanl, C. W.
Eachus, and Wilber L. Chapin.
Tom .Tones is not pictured.
Mr. Sayre graduated from college
in 1939. He has spent 14 years teach-
ing in Snake River Valley schools. This
is his fourth year as principal ofAdrian
Union High School.
He received his B,A. from the Col-
lege of Idaho and his M.S. Ed. at the
University of Idaho.
i Q mm
Bryson College, B, S. g Memphis State.
Graduate work at Oregon State.
Library, Home Economics.
Farragut College, Collete of Idaho, B, A,
and graduate work.
Math., Algebra, Geometry, P. E., Coach.
College of Idaho, B. A.
Southem Idaho College of Education, B. A.
College of Idaho, B. A. g Nampa Business
Bookkeeping, Typing, Shorthand.
Q lj if
f I ' X
ii 9 o
MR. TYsoN I F I ,H ,M
College of Idaho, B.S.g ' X, W'
Graduate work at the QV MJ y
. . gy a
University of Idaho. 5 y jf --
English, speech. If
Miss DEAN X
College of Idaho, B.A.g
Westmont College, Univer- W
sity of California:
Graduate work at the
University of Washington.
Chemistry, biology, P.E.
Brigham Young University, B.S.
Band, chorus .
College of Idaho, B.A.g
University of Idaho,
World geography, coach,
Oregon State College
Top: --Student Body Officers--
The heart of our student body
is its officers. Those elected for
the l954 year were: president,
Junior McGinnis, vice president,
Edith Matthewsg secretary, Karen
McKinley, treasurer, Charlotte
Parker, sergeant at arms, Bob
They have worked hard and
we all wish to thank them.
Bottom: --Student Council--
Our student council consists of the
student body officers and a represent-
ative from each class. They all strive
together to solve the problems of our
The members are: Bob Skinner,
Edith Matthews, Junior McGinnis, Karen
McKinley, Winnie Nelson, Charlotte
Parker, Fred Schaffer, Dede Connaughy,
Jean Crocker, Sharon Roberts, Jim
Stoker, Steven Sayre, Mr. Harper,
- v--1 ,, fftfffm. "Sf -
Thirty-seven new names appeared on the school regis-
tryin the year of 1951 as the class of "55" made its en-
trance into the halls of A. U. H. S. Through the struggles
of academic work, activities and participation in organi-
zations twenty-nine "55" ers lasted into the senior year.
Events in the class's school career to merit prominence
were the Fr. and Sr. Plays, the Sneak, and the Proms,
which were all high lighted by graduation. This occa-
sion marks the dispersion of this group of scholars in-
to the world of higher education, adventure, decision,
profession and SUCCESS.
Holding the reins of the energetic senior class was
Robert Munn being capably assisted by Dwayne Bennett.
Greasing the wheels of finance, Amber McKay kept the
ink in her pen running while Bernadine Price chalked off
the miles of progress. All these were overseen by Mr.
Tyson, the kingpin of the '55 wagon.
This page sponsored by --
Quality photography Ontario, Oregon
GENEVA "Dede" CONNAUGHY
"I'll find a way or make it".
Adrian I,2,3,45 Girl's League 1,25 G. A. A. 25
Pep Club 3,45 F,H, A. I,2,3,4 qReporter 3 -
Historian 415 Thespians 45 Paper Staff Editor 35
Class President 35 Student Council 45 Class Play
3,45 P.T. S. A. Treasurer 45 Band I,25 Chorus I5
Photo Club 3,4.
ROBERT MICHEAL SKINNER
"A woman is a difficult thing to choose".
Adrian I,2, 3,45 Sergeant at Arms of Student Body 45
Lettermen 2, 3,4 CSecretary 3 - President 455 Hi -Y
2,3,4 CTreasurer 2, 315 Student Council 3,45 Foot-
ball 4 fManager 2,3j5 Basketball I,2,3,45 Baseball
I,2,3,4g Class Play 3,45 Annual Staff 35P, T, S, A. 4
fStudent Vice Presidentj.
BETTY ANNE DEFFER
"Friend1iness is a priceless gift".
Adrian I,2,3,45 Chorus Ig Band 1,25
F.H. A. l,2,3,4: Girls League 1,25
Pep Club 3,4.
MELv1N RAASCH '
"A dreamer lives forever, a toiler
dies in a day".
Egbert, Wyoming If25 Adrian If2,
2,3.45 Band I,2,3,4.
"Every man is a volume if you
know how to read him
Adrian 1,2,3,45 F.F,A, I,2,3,4
fReporter 315 Lettermen 2,3,45
Baseball 35 Football 3,45 Basket-
ball Manager 25 Paper Staff 35
CARL LEE HILL
"Gone fishin'. "
Adrian I,2,3,43 F.F.A. 1,2,35
Basketball 2,3,45 Baseball 2,3,45
Annual Staff 45 Lettermen 3,4 fSec-
retary 3.495 P. T. S. A. 4.
"A giggling Miss is she".
l-lomedale I5 Adrian 2,3,45 Pep
Club 2,3,4: G.A. A, 2,3,4 KVice-
President 3j5 Student Body Treasurer
35 Girl's League I,2.
"Men rattle their chains to show
they are free ".
Adrian I,2,3,4: Class Vice -Presi-
dent 45 Football 2,45 Track 3,45
Track Manager 2: Hi-Y 25 Photo
"I love a life whose plot is simple"
Adrian l,2,3,4g Photo Club 3g Foot-
ball 4: Football Manager 3.
"A curious mixture of high brow
and low brow material".
Adrian 1,2,3,4g F.F,A, I,2,3,4g
Lettermen 3,4 fTreasurer 41: Basket
ball I,2,3,4g Football 4.
"There 's no time like tomorrow".
Nyssa Ig Adrian 2,3,4g Baseball 3.
EFFIE ROSE SMITH
"A sense of humor and the power
Adrian I,2,3,4: Pep Club 3,4:
Thespians 3.4: F.l-I. A. I,2,3,4g
Class Play 3,4 fStudent Director 41.
WILLIAM GAIL CLEVERLY
"Tie me and never let me stray".
Adrian I,2,3,4g Lettermen 2,3,4 QSecretary
3 - Vice -President 41, Track I,2,3,4g Basket-
ball 2,3,4g Baseball 2,3,4g Football I,2,3,4.
GLADYS IUANITA MOLT
"An understanding heart".
Adrian I,2,3,4g Pep Club 2.4: Thespians 3,4,
Baseball 2, 3g Paper Staff 35 Class Play 4,
Class Play Student Director 3,
BERNADINE MAY PRICE
"Those sparkling brown eyes are full of mischief".
Adrian I,2,3,4: Class Secretary 1.4: Class Treas-
urer 2g Pep Club 2, 3,4 KSecretary 31g Cheerleader
I,2,4p G. A. A. I,2,3,4 QSecretary 2 - President 41:
F. H. A. 2,3,4fSeCl'ef,a1'y 21, Annual Staff 2, 3,4
QCirculation Manager 41, Class Play 35 Band I,2, 3,4g
Hi -Y 2, 3,4 QSecretary 2, 31g Homecoming Princess 4:
' s League 1,25 Potato Bowl Princess 4.
JAMES WILLIAM MCGINNIS, IR.
"A grand person to count among your friends".
Adrian I,2,3,4g Student Council I, 3g Student Body
President 4g Class President 2g Student Body Sergeant
at Arms 3g Annual Staff I, 4 fSporrs Editor 41:
Letterman l,2,3,4 Qvice -President 315 Football 1,2,
3,4, Basketball 1,2,3,4g Baseball I,2,3,4Q Class
Play 3,4, Band I,2,3,4.
ALAN FAHRENBRUCK .
"There are whole worlds of facts waiting to be
discovered by experimenting".
Caldwell I5 Adrian 2, 3,45 Thespians 45 Debate
Team 35 Class Play Stage Manager 35 Paper
Publication Manager 35 Photo Club 3,45 Annual
ANITA MARY PRATT
"To be or not to be, let our hearts discover".
Adrian r,2,3.45 P.H. A. 1,2,3.4 150118 Leader
2,355 Pep Club 3,45 Thespians 3,4 QVice -Pres-
ident 455 Girls League I,25 Chorus 1,45 P. T. S. A.
Secretary 45 Annual Staff 3,45 Paper Staff 3.
RONALD B. PETERSON
"An all around 'Grade A' guy".
Adrian I,2,3,4: Band 1,25 ThespiansClerk 3 -
President 45 F.F.A. I,2,3,4: Track 1,25
Paper Editor 35 Class Play 35 Annual Staff 3.
KAREN LOREE MCKINLEY
"Roya1 are her thoughts and deeds ".
Adrian I,2,3,4: Class Treasurer I, Class Sec-
retary 25 Student Council 35 F.l-I, A. I,2,3,4
QReporter 2 - Parliamentarian I55 Hi-Y 3,4
QPresident 455 G. A.A. 2, 3,45 Girls League 1,2
QSecretary 255 Paper Staff 35 Annual Staff 35
Student Body Secretary 35 Class Play 3,45
Homecoming Princess 45 Debate Team 35
Pep Club 3,45 Thespians 3,4 QSecretary 455
ROBERT LELAND MONTGOMERY
"A mind unafraid to travel even though the
trail be not blazed ".
Utah 15 Adrian 2,3,45 Photo Club President
3,45 Annual Staff 3,4 iPhoto Editor 455 Class
Play 35 F.F.A I,2,3,45 Paper Staff 3.
WAN'DA MYRLE BASSETT
"Absence makes the heart grow fonder".
Adrian I,2,3,4: Girls League I,25 G, A. A.
2,3,4 1Treasurer 455 Chorus 1,45 F.H. A.
I,2,3,4 fDegree Chairman 255 Thespians
3.4 CTreasurer 455 Class Play 3,45 Pep Club
2,3,45 Annual Staff 3.
ROBERT O, MUNN
"Youth is wholly experimental".
Utah 1,25 Adrian 3,45 Student Council 35
Class President 45 Basketball 45 Track 35
F.F. A. 3,4.
"Blessed are the joy makers".
Payette I5 Adrian 2,3,45 F.H. A. I,2,3,4
QPresident 4 - Parliamentarian 355 G. A. A.
2,3,4 CVice -President 455 Pep Club 2,3,4
fTreasurer 45: Class Treasurer 45 Student
Council 35 Annual Treasurer 45 Homecoming
Queen 45 Band 3,45 Hi-Y 2,3,4.
DORIS ELAINE COOK
"California here I come".
Adrian I,2,3,4: Band 1,2,3,4:
Chorus Ig Annual Staff 35 Pep
Club 3,4 QPresident 41: F. H. A.
1,2 fkeporter I - Recorder 2y5
Photo Club 35 Girls League 1,2
fSecretary 255 Thespians 3,4
fVice -President 3 - Clerk 415
Student Council 25 Class Sec-
retary 35 Class Play 35 G.A. A.
2,3,4 fTreasurer 31.
LAWRENCE "Larry" KREAGER
"I got a hot rod Ford and a two
Adrian I,2,3,45 Photo Club 35
F, F, A, I , 2,
"Called by Uncle Sam",
Adrian I,2,3,45 Hi-Y 3,45 Band
1,35 Chorus 2,45 Photo Club 35
Basketball Manager 4,
JIMMY B. STOKER
"By the work one knows the workman".
Adrian I,2,3,4g F.F.A. I,2,3,4 fPres-
ident 3,455 Lettermen 3,45 Thespians 3,45
Band 1,25 Football I,2,3,4: Basketball
1,25 Student Council 2,45 Class Vice-
President 35 Debate Team 35 Paper Staff 3
Annual Assistant Editor 45 Class Play 3.4.
"They who labor in the earth are the
chosen people of God".
Adrian 1,2,3,45 F.F.A. 1,2,3,4
fSecretary 3,415 Lettermen 3,45
Football I,3,4g Hi-Y 3,4.
Sponsored by-- Junior Class
As president of the "class of 56" Bobby Jo
Webster presided over the junior class meet-
ings. Ably assisting her were Marvin Patter-
son, vice presidentg Kaye Hammon, secretaryg
and Margie Salter, treasurer.
The important matters confronting the
class were the Prom, class play, school paper
staff,and the usual business faced by every
The class also contributed much to the
school by furnishing officers to many of the
organizations and providing a good many out-
standing athletes in the major sports: football,
basketball and baseball.
With the help and guidance of Miss Harrell
the class had a successful year.
La DAWN WOOLEY
Sponsored by --
The Junior Class
' CATHERINE THIEL
Sponsored by --
Adrian Oil Company
BOBB Y PARKER
, W .
MARGIE SAL TE R
C ONNIE MON TGOME RY
ROBERT UZ ZEL
LARRY D8 HAVEN
Sponsored by --
The Junior Class
Numbering forty, the sophomores are the
largest class in A. U. H. S. this year. They
started the year with a very successful Sadie
Hawkin's dance and have been going strong since.
Also they came out first in the magazine selling
Leading the sophs' were, from left to right,
identg Gary Smith, presidentg Edna Linville,
secretaryg and Terry Borge, Sergeant at Arms.
We wish to congratulate Mr. Harper on his
fine supervision of the class of '57.
Sharon Fox, treasurerg Earl Wilson, vice-pres- 5 7
Sponsored by- -
Peckharn's Music Center, Caldwell
Sears, Roebuck and Co. , Caldwell 19
Sponsored by --
Adrian Locker Plant
Niel's Department Store
Eugene B ridge dale
Compliments of - -
Bill's Food Market
Caldwell Sporting Goods
Sponsored by --
J. C. Penny Company
Dessert Seed Company
Carol Jone s
On September 2, l954, thirty new Freshmen
entered the halls of Adrian Union High School.
The class gathered and elected as their officers
for the year: President, James McKinleyg vice-
president, Brent Hartleyg secretary, Shirley
Skinner, treasurer, Pete Hammong student repre-
sentatives, Karen Roberts and Steven Sayre.
We wish to express our gratitude to Miss Dean
for an excellent job of advising the class.
Sponsored by-- Golden Rule Store
Bob Thompson Insurance Agency
Louise Hutchison y
Brent Hartley i
r-fx ,P-1 y
Sally Gregg i A '
Pete Hammon -
Karen Mitchell r
Billy Day Carly Boren Jimmy Webster Linda Smith Donald Ashcraft
Marilyn Munn David Kaneaster Linda Costley Larry Norris Joyce Bowers
iffy . AU
1. bv, -"'
Eddie Nelson Bernice Iorgenson James McKinley Shirley Skinner Fred Babcock
Mary Linville Les Brice Elaine Haney Steven Sayre Nancy HarI1rr10n
M. J, 1Q55 i?3
ci, .SLK J ff. iff rfifjwg
Y' W' JL,
6 , A
,ALA A 'j 49
v5 if AW? M ,A . jk '49 PL.. A A
VJ V 77'-fu! Sf LUvrr,CJL- H if
W X , ff'N, ,W ' ' ' I I,
r., 3j,l,aLfv Jfq, g
QUsf1,Y'..k.xbYl' J-mf., g ,kV ,ljkw Vg, 'VK'
J 1 ' I 1
ybgk-5 .v fr -GAL
ML Lbiw gm- 1? .QOL
' i, T x ' X YA .
UU ow- -wQ1f,x AJ cdr
CI ,ff N, r
f 1 ,A g Q Q ,ff
'a"'- O sl ,asf "isa w"'.- - .U 7 5
VI -P Q P "' -.
The Adrian High football team, bolstered by
their stellar quarterback, Jr. McGinnis, and such
other stalwarts as Gail Cleverly, Jim Stoker,
Diick Shenk, and many other fine ball players,
was able to make a very fine showing this year
by placing 3rd in a 9 team league with a record
of 5 wins, Z losses and l tie.
The team showed fine spirit throughout the
season even though injuries hurt them consider
ably. Never during the year did the team display
other than the fine sportsmanship for which Adrian
High is noted.
Prices Clothing Store - Homedale
23 Jackson's Jewelry - Nyssa
David Chaney' I Jim Stoker . Dick Bennett
Adrian-N game played on
gridiron. The fighting Antelopes edged
past the powerful Notus squad 14, to 6 for
the third victory ofthe season. With the .
blocking of the line the backs were able to
make considerable yardage through the
Pirates's.,line. Also, effectiverwdore Mc-
Ginnis's passes to the halfbacks and ends.
i Sponsored by-- B
Jimmie's Fountain and Cafe - Adrian
Adrian Feed Store
Adrian Drive In
.u ' 3 Ig
Gail Cleverly . Ron Thompson David Witty
Jr. McGinnis Bob Skinner
0 Kuna 33
20 Homedale 13
12 Wilder 12.
6 New Plymouth 31
l2 Middleton C
0 Fruitland 20
14 Notus 6
20 Parma 19
19 Marsing Z
Ontario Surplus Centerx
Adrian Supply and Repair
w1xf,,.upf+1f-I 4' -
3 , ,
., 5 ,I I
N M. . 9
, - P
i ff, f.,, 1' - 'Q 5,
1 k . -103' , A 'T ' . 'V , 1 .
, wr K WIA' . l 'img A 5-J, Q in
A' S' 'A , " , - ' ' A +' ' - . W . w."",,"'k
.',' , ,Q
":,",fa.,frg Av- "w,
A Q ,,-,
-gg-xf,L . ,A -' Q ' X H fidsw' K ,Lt
..,"-,m:,'p- Sty. K. I . ' . .ha - . -
, . - , - S 4, ,- ,, V - x, ,
K :,M.,,.,5-A KAW," g-,nam ni'-:fi I 5 x ,,,-Yyxkvlxfa its-A .
. .g1,y.,, i I J. i
R v i 1. A A + n it ,f ,
, , ,fuer'.4wcff-"ivis1':Q,'.43'.if
ff- X A fr Athi, ,W Ax M . TL,-. wg. rf W :K
'f "V" ' ' Y " r .vi wi-ui. ' ,
lf? 'Sf ,
S151 4' 9
51254, t 5 '
w L.. 1"-+V 1
a i"'1o-- 4-V?"
a. ' f
mi, A, .,
fi M W
, Nm, ,. n. X
'gk V' af., J.-'M A
W 2 l
-4 F' Y
,,' QQ' X'
3 'Iggy' 'r
. s'.f+!f."i"1ffl'.kf"-It" f'y'1i"':
. . V, .wi
,f .Af 'aj"n4,,,,. Q
Seniors seeing their last
season of gridiron are: line-
rneng Skinner, Eg Witty, TQ
Thompson, C3 Dick Bennett,
G3 Chaney, Tg Backfield is
represented by Stoker, HB3
McGinnis QB: Cleverly, FBQ
and Dwayne Bennett, HB.
Q. . . 4- ,Q
Q.. , my
Adrian - Notus Hi-Lights
The Outdoorsrnen, Ontario
Eder Hardware and Groceries
VAR l'l'Y BASKETBALL
Bob, Bobby, Ron, Norman, Carl Lee, Junior, and Wayne on the squad. Hard working managers were 'Doc' Chaney
,and George Ielinek. Coach Harper, center.
This year Adrian's basketball team was composed of four
seniors and three juniors. The Seniors, who will be greatly
missed next year are Carl Lee Hill, Junior McGinnis, Bob
Skinner and Ronald Thompson. Although losing more games
than they won, many of the games were not decided until the
final minutes of play. The team displayed a good brand of
basketball and at all times maintained an excellent record of
sportsmanship, team play, and scholarship. Next year's
team will be built around the three juniors--Wayne Callister,
Norman Price, and Bobby Parker--and this year's Junior
Sponsored by --
Equipment Tobler's Feed and Fuel Ken Pond Real Estate
'QF . ,Q vt
L' 1 ,
. 1 .
Q s M r
G I aim
JU l0Ii VAR I'l'Y
J. V. SCORES
Jordon Valley 48 The JV's have proved to be a scrappy
Homedale 42 squad by coming from behind in the final
Nyssa 32 moments of play to squeeze past many
Parma 48 unexpecting quints. The team is com-
New Plymouth 22 prised of ten sophomores and five fresh-
Marsing 40 men. They are: Bill Looney, Russell
Nyssa 47 Bassett, Fred Jensen, Gene Haney,
Fruitland 36 Tommy Campos, Wayne Smith, Larry
Wilder 33 Culbertson, Kenney Barstad, Wallace
Notus 23 Butler, James McKinley, Pete Hamrnon,
Middleton 26 Steven Sayre, Jimmy Webster and Eddie
Homedale 41 Nelson. Managing are David Hurst and
Parma 41 Theo Blackburn.
New Plymouth 42 Around these fifteen under classmen,
Marsing 47 Coach Harper has developed a well co-
Fruitland 22 ordinated team whose members are
Wilder 32 prospects for future varsity teams.
Jordon Valley 43
Idaho First Homedale Tractor G. and B. Furniture
National Bank and Equipment Company
-Parma- -Homedale- -Ontario-
BACK ROW: D. Reed, B. Hartley, D. Kaneaster, F. Schafer, L. Garren THIRD ROW: F. Babcock,
R. Lovitt, E. Wilson, D. Foster, E. Nelson, D. Sullivan SECOND ROW: I. Price, W. Callister, G.
Smith, R. Peterson, G. Hastriter, I. Thiel, B. Looney,
Coach Ward FIRST ROW: G. Cleverly, J. McGinnis, T G K
L. Culbertson, B. Skinner, B. Parker.
Forming the nucleus of this
years impressive baseball team
are seven returning lettermen
who promise to drive on to an
even more successful season
than last year when the record
was well above the .500 mark
in games won.
Sparked by 3 returning let-
termen, Gail Cleverly, fShot
Put - 42'j and our representa-
tives to the state track meet,
Dwayne Bennett and Gene
Haney, this year's track and
field team promise to rack
up many points for Adrian this
The Senior Class
fi 3, --
A 'M ,-
N Y V qui.
fu K l tix 5
T . Al F
F . sf ' T - F "
- , , .
7' 1 . L
, X v
,,. e 1 "X , .3
a N t ,Y
,wkkfiin V f Yi V.
' .Y , QXJXX
skgws-wi' P P '
Q. 'fP,-:M XXX . 1. 5 M s
BACK ROW: L. Dill, D. Shenk, D. Sullivan, G. Cleverly, G.
Haney, Coach Harper FRONT ROW: D. Reed, T. Borge, L.
Culbertson, F. Jensen, T. Campus, I. Webster.
. ' ' .
i xi lflii.
Since its start in Adrian
last year, field hockey has
played an important part of
the girls' athletic program.
Four games were played with
the College of Idaho along
with an exhibition game at the
half of a home football game.
Attributed with being one
of the best high school field
hockey teams seen by several
authorities, the girls, and
their coach, Miss Dean, deserve
Morfitt Stores Inc.
Golden Rule Store
Edith, Wanda, Doris, Karen and
Bernadine. Not pictured, Amber
La Dawn, Catherine, Kaye, Winnie, Margie and
Undefeated, "The Six Shooters"
came out victorious in G.A. A. intra-school
basketball tourney. Hard playing and ener-
getic, these girls deserve their champion-
ship. For coaching them as well as the
other teams, they wish to express their
appreciation to Miss Dean.
Winning the champi-
onship last year, under the name
" Dribbling Dames", "The
Green Garter Girlies" came in
second this year, being de-
feated only by the "Six
Shooters . " Green Garters
added an exotic touch to
the team's hard fought
Sponsored by- -
Introducing a new high in sportsmanship
' and school spirit, the color team system of
M The students were divided into four sections
L with the attempt to have on them an equal
A amount of athletic ability. Each team is
F made up of students from all four years of
A system of allotting points for partici-
pation in noon games and also in gym tour-
naments in P. E. was made to determine
placement of teams. A few of the activi-
ties students entered to earn points for their
team were basketball, checkers, horse-
shoes, ping-pong, football and badminton
George and Norton enjoy a game of horseshoes,
one of the color team activities.
intramural activities was initiated this year.
ABOVE: With perfect form, Herbert Machule lays the ball
across the net in a game of ping-pong.
RIGHT: Fighting for a place in the checker ladder, David
Chaney and Johnny Thiel match wits in a noon game.
Sponsored by-- Nyssa Auto Parts
Herriman Motor Company Nyssa, Oregon
X if X
f -J' iw
N X H
ii' I is X 'V
WQLA 1 , ,X gf xx a
i ., .3
BACK ROW: R. Peterson, D. Chaney, F. Schafer, G. Jelinek, V. Lee, E. Smith, W. Bassett, S. Smith,
K. Gunter, W. Nelson SECOND ROW: Mr. Tyson, J. Stoker, J. Cleverly, R. Howes, L. Wooley, C.
Parker, K. McKinley, D. Cook, E. Matthews, M. Quick, A. Pratt FRONT ROW: A. Fahrenbruck, G.
Molt, M. Salter, C. Montgomery, C. Thiel, F. Peterson, V. Stoker, K. Hammon, D. Conaughy, N.
Since its introduction in 1953 to A. U. H. S. by
the able Mr. Tolliver, Thespian Troupe 645 has
increased from I2 to 30 in 1955. Named after
Thespis, the Greek who introduced the mask to
drama, the Thespians has a membership made up
of high school actors and actresses and those who
have an interest in furthering dramatics. Affiliated
with the National Organization, Troupe 645 has
helped in the productions of many plays and enter-
tainment. Assisting the hopefuls from inexperienced
players to well seasoned actors is Mr. Tyson, spon-
sor ofthe group.
At the annual " Antelope Antics' the Thespians
display and develop their talent to the enjoyment
Mitchell Bros. , Owhyee Garage, Owhyee
Blackaby Insurance Agency, Ontario
FOURTH ROW: B. Price, F. Peterson, C. Jones, K. McDonald, C. Boren, B. Iorgenson, K. Roberts, S. Roberts
THIRD ROW: K. Mitchell, M. Munn, J. Bowers, L. Smith, M. Butler, V. Lee, E. Smith, Mrs. Moore SECOND ROW:
E. Matthews, W. Nelson, M. Linville, S. Gregg, L. Wooley, D. Uzzel, W. Bassett, A. Pratt FIRST ROW: D. Fehl-
man, B. Webster, N. Howes, V. Stoker, B. Boren, A. McCay, M. Houtman, I. Parker, D. Connaughy, S. Skinner,
K. McKinley NOT PICTURED: I. Woods, B. Deffer, C. Montgomery.
The purpose of the F.H,A. is to encourage democracy, and
wholesome group recreation, worthy home membership, and to
further interest in home economics.
Their functions for the year have been the initiation of 16
new members, serving refreshments to the Freshmen at
initiation, serving at the district F, F. A. meeting, and
making curtains for the homemaking room.
The activities of the Future Homemakers of America were
capably carried out by their advisor, Mrs. Moore.
EEAIIEE 0E 1954
BACK ROW: Mary Houtman, Vice president,
Amber McCay, President, Dede Connaughy,
Historian, Beth Boren, Secretary, Janet Parker,
Treasurer FRONT ROW: Shirley Skinner,
Reporterg Bobby Io Webster, Parliarnentariang Qjfi? fi!
Vanae Stoker, Recorder NOT PICTURED:
Bernadine Price, Song Leader. g f !! 'L
E 'jg' 'KW
FOURTH ROW: G. Molt, L. Garren, D. Ashcraft, T. Borge, L. Culbertson, I. Webster, J. McKinley, G. Haney,
R. Peterson, B. Montgomery THIRD ROW: R. Day, W. Smith, F. Pratt, G. Jelinek, F. Jensen, L. Dill, G. Jones,
D. Chaney, G. Cleverly SECOND ROW: I. Thiel, N. Cleverly, E. Wilson, W. Butler, K. Fenn, D. Reed, F. Bab-
cock, D. Kaneaster, B. Hartley, E. Nelson, Mr. Reuter FIRST ROW: I. Packwood, B. Looney, D. Chaney, W.
Schlegel, B. Day, D. Witty, I. Stoker. NOT PICTURED: R. Munn, L. Del-laven, F. Schafer, D. Shenk, l-I.
Besendorfer, I. Price.
The FFA, one of the most important of the organizations at Adrian,
has a backbone of those boys who have an interest in agriculture. Future
Farmers actually get experience in agriculture and are faced with the
problems confronted by farmers through the vo-ag program. The boys
manage and keep records on projects which range from a single animal
to a complete farming operation.
Robert Munn's Blue Ribbon steers
lead the parade of outstanding projects
in the chapter. The animal being ex-
T. amined is the grand champion steer of
the FFA division, Malhuer CO. Fair
and received the highest price paid at
the Fat Stock Sale. Weighing 1, 015
X .. S . at e V 5
3 3... c
9 i 5' c lbs. it brought 5513 a lb. or a total of
s 1 lf,, , -6'
S tif X' v s
4 . J.. it Amalgamated Sugar Co
, V 1Sponsored by --
t , .adn it
4 s , I
no if -Q-
Much of the success and activity ofthe
F. F. A. is due to its officers. Heading
this group is Jimmy Stoker, a man of expe-
rience with a state farmer degree and two
years on the parliamentary team under his
belt. George Jelinek holds the office of
vice-president and David Witty, steno-
grapher of the sextet, is the man who writes
the minutes. Fred Schafer sits on the money
box while Robert Munn, reporter, takes the
news events. Keeping the room comfortable
and caring for chapter equipment is Dick
ln a decade of teaching at Adrian Mr. Reuter, better known as "Henry",
has overseen the supervised farming careers of eight state farmers and
nurtured a livestock judging team to win the state judging championship.
The team earned the right to represent Oregon in the National contests
held in Kansas City in IQSI .
Compliments of - -
Andrews Seed Company Wilson's Super Market
The chapter parliamentary team put
a lot of study into "Roberts Rules of
Order" and placed second in the district
contest. They also made a good show-
ing at the sectional meet. The team
consisted of David Chaney, Chairmang
Jim Stoker, David Witty, Bob Mont-
gomery, Earl Wilson and Ronald Peter-
son. George Jelinek is substituting
for Wilson who was unable to be pres-
ent for the picture.
FOURTH ROW: Carlene Fenn, Charlotte Parker, Sharon Smith, Wanda Bassett, Miss Dean, Doris Cook,
Mary Houtman, Amber McCay, Bernadine Price THIRD ROW: Margie Salter, Karen McKinley, Janet
Parker, Margie Quick, Viva Lee, Jeanie Crocker, Guyanne Glenn, Edna Linville, Winnie Nelson SE-
COND ROW: Nancy Cleverly, Catherine Thiel, Dixie Uzzel, Bobby Io Webster, Connie Montgomery,
Sharon Fox, Darlene Davis, Margaret Butler FIRST ROW: Kaye Hammon, Fran Peterson, Vanae Sto-
ker, Edith Matthews, Dorothy Stradley, La Dawn Wooley.
Furthering girls' athletics and encouraging sports-
manship and good conduct are the aims of the Girls'
In order to earn her award each year a girl must
participate in three sport seasons with five games in
each one. In addition it is necessary for her to engage
in certain activities outside of school.
The main social event of the year was the Christmas
formal co-sponsored with the Letter-men.
Camping at Payette Lakes for a weekend provided
the highlight for this school term.
Part of the success of this organization is due to
the time and interest spent by their advisor, Miss Dean.
Sponsored by -- Parma Theater and Motor Vu
Green's Jewelry - Parma Valley Floral - Caldwell
Dancing to the romantic
strains of George Shurtleff's
Orchestra, those attending the
annual Christmas Formal were
enthralled by the decor carried
out to the theme of "A Winter
This outstanding social
event was co-sponsored by
the Girl's Athletic Association
and the Lettermen. Delicious
refreshments served by the
girls concluded a successful
Heading this organization
was Bernadine Price while
Amber McCay acted as vice
president. Edith Matthews
filled the office of secretary
and Wanda Bassett managed
the financial affairs.
G. A. A.
Sponsored by --
Skinner's Service - Owyhee
City Cleaners - Ontario
BACK ROW: C. Parker, S. Roberts, G. Glenn, E. Haney, Miss Harrell, E. Smith, S. Smith, D.
Connaughy, L. Wooley THIRD ROW: L. Hite, C. Thiel, E. Linville, W. Nelson, I. Crocker, J.
Wood, M. Houtman SECOND ROW: N. Cleverly, M. Butler, F. Peterson, K. McKinley, V.
Stoker, J. Parker, D. Cook, E. Matthews, W. Bassett, B. Deffer, B. Iorgenson, N. Howes, L.
Costley, K. Mitchell, S. Skinner FRONT ROW: S. Fox, L. Blanch, J. Bowers, B. J. Webster,
Organized in 1953, with the primary purpose
of promoting school spirit, the Pep Club has done
much to organize AUHS girls.
With pride in their club and its accomplish-
ments such as the Homecoming Dance, the mem-
bers realize that memberships is a privilege,
Under the direction of their advisor, Miss Harrell
the Pep Club has advanced greatly.
Led by Doris Cook, with Edith Matthews writ-
ing the minutes, Amber McCay handling the money,
and Winnie Nelson serving as vice president, the
officers of the Pep Club have been working dil-
igently to promote the school spirit and make it
a better club.
First National Bank of Portland
THIRD ROW: I. Cleverly, S. Skinner, K. McKinley, V. Lee, C. Jones, A. McCay, B. Price,
C. Boren, D. Fehlman, D. Witty SECOND ROW: N. Howes, I. Bowers, K. Mitchell, E. Matthews,
K. MacDonald, B. Boren, B. Skinner FIRST ROW: D. Hurst, L. Culbertson, I. Price, E. Wilson,
W. Nelson, B. Webster, L. Costley, M. Munn. NOT PICTURED: B. Hartley, N. Hammon,
The Hi-Y is a Christian organization to promote a
Christian attitude throughout the school, sponsored by ,
the YMCA and the YWCA.
As part of the year's activities, the Hi-Y sent a
delegation to the conference at Ontario, and we pro-
vided a special Thanksgiving program for our new
B. Looney, E. Nelson.
Our officers are:
Winnie Nelson .............. .... P resident
Earl Wilson ...... .... V ice President
Bobby Jo Webster . . . .... Secretary
Linda Costley .................... Treasurer
Shirley Skinner .................... Chaplin
Under the able direction of their new advisor,
Reverend Kenneth Himple, the Hi-Y had a success-
I. A .fif.ri5fflQQ'.li1:"LfQfffl '
Sponsored by -- K S R V - Ontario
Ben Franklin's - Nyssa Powell Service Station - Nyssa
BACK ROW: Coach Harper, P. l-Iammon, G. Ielinek, J. Cleverly, A. Strawn,
G. Smith, G. Haney, L. Culbertson, R. Thompson, E. Nelson, J. Thiel, Coach
Ward FRONT ROW: F. Jensen, D. Chaney, G. Jones, B. Parker, C. Hill, J.
McGinnis, B. Looney, D. Witty, G. Cleverly, D. Chaney, W. Callister CENTER:
B. Skinner, I. Stoker . NOT PICTURED: N. Price, W. Schlegal, D. Sullivan.
Stressing citizenship, the Letterman's
Club has its place in the mechanism of
the schoo1's function. All members have
made a letter in a major sport. Besides
helping the members to attain leadership
.qua1ities, it has aided the student body in
a financial way by assisting in the purchase
of sports equipment.
Filling the position of advisors admirably
are Mr. Ward and Mr. Harper whose timely
advice proves valuable from time to time.
Paul Roberts Garage, Ontario
Robert's Myssa Inc , Nyssa
Leading this organization are: Bob Skinner -
president: Gail Cleverly - vice president: Carl
Lee Hill - secretary: Ron Thompson - treasurer
Bobby Parker - sergeant at arms.
Mrs. Dyre Roberts, mother of two Adrian High School students,
and past head of the former P.T.A., was chosen to be the first
president of the Adrian High School P.T.S.A. Unselfishly
devoting much of her time during the past year to P.T .S .A.
affairs, she has been re -elected as presidentlfor the coming
year. Under her efficient direction this has been a success-
ful year for this new organization.
saw A '
BACK ROW: Mrs. Chaney, Programg Mrs. McGinnis, Budget 85 Finance, Mrs. Moore,
Hospitality: Mr. Reuter, Legislative, Mrs. Hammon, By-Laws FRONT ROW: Kaye
Hammon, Artg Miss Harrell, Publicity, Anita Pratt, Secretary, Mrs. Borge, Vice
President: Goldie Roberts, President, Bobby Skinner, Student Vice President, Dede
Connaughy, Treasurer, Mrs. Bassett, Membershipg Mrs. Connaughy, Social.
The first of its kind in Malheur county, the A.U.H.S. Parent-Teacher-
Student-Association was organized in the spring of 1954, for the purpose
of giving the students an opportunity to discuss their problems with the
parents and teachers on an equal basis.
Patterned after the units in Caldwell and Boise, the Adrian P.T.S.A.
has proved quite satisfactory thus far and promises to make Adrian an
even better school.
Ontario Supply Store Owyhee Blacksmith Shop Peckh1m's Furniture
Ontario Owyhee Parma
,fn W A
X V at 'V
, N 4 . , K
- ,ju 64
Our teachers? ? ?
Did you make it yourself?
It would be a tragedy to me.
A silver deposit!
Hum-m-m! ! !
Those big brown eyes.
Post no bills.
"When do you guys think we should ha
The ANTELOPE TIMES is published
monthly by the Junior Class in co-opera
tion with Mr. Tyson and the English
Department. The paper is published to
further interest in all school activities
and to experience students in the jour
Leading the paper staff was Edith
Matthews, assisted by Vanae Stoker.
The matter of publishing was taken
care of by Kaye Hammon and Bobby
Parker. Wesley Schlegel was the
artist and Bobby Jo Webster and
Jerry Cleverly were the sports
editors. Roger Howes and George
Jelinek were responsible for circu-
lation. Under the able direction of
Mr. Tyson the juniors put out a fine
Sponsored by --
Gate City Journal - Nyssa
54 Sinclair Service - Nyssa
Laborrng under the tireless task of assembling the annual and
seeing that ends meet, the editor, Alan Fahrenbruck, spent many
hours of ardent work in the production of this annual. Ably assist-
ing as idea man, copy writer, and right hand man was hard work-
ing Jimmy Stoker, associate editor. Bob Montgomery, editor of
the photo department, represents the third person in this trio.
Okeying copies and acting as advisor is Mr. Tyson.
I Junior McGinnis, sports editor,
gives interesting sidelights on copies.
Assisting him are Carl Lee Hill and
This picture shows a cross section of the work
required in annual production. Bernadine Price,
circulation manager and Dede Connaughy, business
manager, are involved in a financial problem. Not
pictured is Amber McCay, Treasurer.
The class representatives are: Anita Pratt, senior,
Vanae Stoker and Roger Howes, juniorsg Gary Smith,
sophomore, and Ed Nelson, freshman.
TOP ROW: B. Looney, J. Crocker, E. Matthews, B. Price,
Culbertson, E. Linville, S. Fox, D. Cook, K. Mitchell, F.
D. Fehlman, J. Parker, S. Skinner, I. Bowers, M. Butler,
With about twenty -one Adrian High students, and Mr.
Putnam directing, the band has, during 1954-55, added
a lot of spirit and pep to our home games by playing at
Dedicated to the proposition that music plays a very
important part in the education of our youth, the band
seeks to improve the physical co-ordination as well as
the music appreciation of the student.
The band was fortunate to have Mr. Putnam directing
and coaching their musical adventures.
Sponsored by --
Stunz Lumber Co.
09 W5 xl
T 0 s 5
Q Q X 6
.5 ' K
C ' . ,
i. Nyssa, Oregon
J. McGinnis, M. Raasch. SECOND ROW: L.
Peterson, T. Borge. FIRST ROW: Mr. Putnam
Drummers: A. McKay and N. Howes.
TOP ROW: A. Pratt, W. Nelson, D. Stradley, Matthews, K. McKinley, M. Linville, C. Jones, K.
McDonald, W. Bassett, C. Boren, L. Blanch, J. Bowers, N. Howes, M. Munn, K. Mitchell. FIRST
ROW: N. Cleverly, D. Fehlman, N. Kaneaster, M. Butler, L. Hutchison, F. Peterson, L. Costley,
S. Skinner, N. Hammon, B. Jorgenson, J. Parker, and the chorus director, Mr. Putman.
During the school year, the Adrian High Chorus scheduled sev-
eral activities, the main one being the Christmas Concert, Dec-
Winnie Nelson was elected to preside over this group and
Anita Pratt was chosen as vice -president. To take over the
' secretary's post Linda Costley was selected.
This group is under the able direction of Mr. Putnam, their
C H 0 R ember 20, done to the theme of "Winter Wonderland."
Our majorettes, Catherine Theil, Edna Linville, Dorothy
Stradley, and Jo Anne Wood, have given us halftime entertain-
ment during our home ball games and their work has further devel-
oped our school spirit. We appreciate the hours they spent per-
l fecting their precision routine.
Compliments of -- v I
Barrentine Motor Co.
,mzy H E T,
if i -f'Y 5533?
4 0 -'X
a 5 I
5 ' ff.-: " PFIE5'
" -v-t+,4-'-' 'L+ 5 f 1 9"
,.,,,..f ss, -.-. li, ..,,, aw., ,,.. .M , .
ff?iii155255S523fiE155:filiiiZli55iQif5f5E225H!55-:fffff 'fidtfiit ,X
K i AV,,.., ,,,,551 :,,...:,,f f,,.. ,, .,,. ,,.,.,,M..a-1 1,1 1. ,, .A,,.,,.,.,.,,
.a ,. .. if Sw ? t i with
, jg e
Following a noble Adrian tradition, the
football team chose lovely Amber McCay as
Queen with Karen McKinley and Bernadine
Price as attendants. And to make it a success-
ful night the Antelopes beat Middleton 19-0.
.-ati, -:.: W , -:.1 is
Playing in 'Great Smokies, ' Bill Looney,
an eligible widower, woos Janet Parker, a
widow, but complications evolve because of
their children, Margaret Butler and Sharon
Fox, and Frank Pratt and Nancy Cleverly.
Sally Reed chases I immy Packwood while
Russell Bassett plays a mountaineer to com
plete the cast.
Sponsored by --
Everybody's Department Store
Karen McKinley determined to trap
Ronald Peterson--Ronald chasing Dede
Connaughy--Bemadine Price and Bobby
Skinner 'buddy-buddy' Qbut Bob 's look-I
ing astrayj--Bemie helps Karen imper-
sonate Aunt Miranda Qto disapprove of
Dedej--Anita Pratt fthe real aunt, and
Ronnie Thompson upset the apple cart
--but everything tums out 'hunky-
dory. " Gladys Molt was student direc-
torg Effie Smith, Ronald's mother.
This year the "Antics" have been enlarged from a
variety show as originated last year by the Thespians,
to a two night feature of one act plays performed by
each of the four classes. On the first night, March 11,
the seniors presented a farce entitled "Aunt Miranda's
Will' which swept the audience with roars of laughter.
Also presented was 'Great Smokies, ' a hillbilly comedy
put on by the sophomores, that kept 'em in stitches.
On April 25 the remaining two classes, juniors and
freshmen, presented 'His First Shave, " another rollick-
ing farce, and "The Little Red School House, " a so-
The "Antics' gives the Thespians a chance to prac-
tice their skills to the enjoyment of all.
Paulus I ewelrf S'
59 . Nyssa
The production of "Swing Your Part-
ner" was made possible through the un-
tiring efforts of Mr. Tyson, who filled
capacity of director. Assisting him was
Effie Smith, Student Director. The stag-
ing and technical assistance came from
Ronald Peterson, Stage Manager, and
Alan Fahrenbruck and Robert Montgomery
over the sound effects.
The action of the play is set around the
living room of the Dudley Dude Ranch,
which is situated in the heart of Arizona.
Charlotte Parker ....
Gladys Molt . . . .
Wanda Bassett . . .
Anita Pratt . . . .
Jimmy Stoker ....
Larry Kreager . .
Dede Connaughy .....
Junior McGinnis ....
David Chaney . .
. . Jane Christian
. . . , Bessie Palmer
, , , . , lim Dudley
. . . . . Sam Banks
. . . . . Sally Dudley
. . . . . Bill Hicks
. . . . Hubert Young
. . . . Barbara Young
Bob Skinner . .... . . . . Bertram Young
Effie Smith . . . . . . . Student Director
Compliments of --
The U, S. Bank of Portland
The mysteryicomedy, "Stranger in the Night,'
was presented by the junior class, on March 25.
Plotted around murder with the name of the vic
tim hidden in a gift found in a gift shop owned by
Silvia Lee and Mabel Crane, this drama's conflict
is built up by Grant Terry, a newspaper columnist
who overhears the plan and seeks to expose the con
After three acts of swift action and mounting sus
pense the would-be assassin was caught and the play
came to a thrilling climax as the large audience
applauded with satisfaction.
Part of the success must be attributed to the di
rector, Mr. Tyson, and the student director, Edith
-The Players- -
Rose Jordan . .
Nona Pollard . . .
Eddie Beach ....
. . . Winnie Nelson
. . Kaye Hammon
. . . Wayne Callister
. . . . Margie Quick
Clifford Newkirk. . . . . . . ..... . Bob Parker
Mable Crane. . . . . . . .
Sandra King ....
Sam Fisk . . .
Sylvia Lee . . .
Grant Terry ....
J. T. Rutledge .
Understudy . . .
Velda Stevens. .
. ..... ....Viva Lee
. . . . Guy Jones
. . .Vanae Stoker
. . . . .Roger Howes
. . . . Norman Price
. . . . . Johnny Thiel
. . . . . Bobby Io Webster
1 A , V X
' x Q , I
Filled to the brim our tiny With stench and goopy gore Forlom and despondent,
lockers overflow into the the biology students mutilate the erring typist fills file
hall. preserved U D specimens, I3 with continuous copy.
Above - "What did I do? 2" A teacher's
harsh rebuke echoes in the halls,
Top left - 'I'he Monday noon teacher's
meeting, where the destiny of each
student is shaped.
Left - Out of this, the very mouth of
Hades, come the hideous odors and
deadly fumes of chemistry.
, S. --
S' L 5
. . 'x. 1c', Q '1 . 'TNQ' .y'-gm:
-M r' . ., wc, 'Tait T-'21, .vkfvnefs .
g,,, me ,ty WJ i A , gk
s 'P ,,.
None, 072 mmf
Soc. and -- EEEEKI Newman!
Our star quarterback, "Driver"
Where's your humor, Skinner?
Big Chief Standing Heifer and
sqaw, Smiling Cow.
lsn't he a dolll I
Sic 'em Jerry!
Extra curricular activities!
Ohl Happy night!
Dig me, Daddy--I 'm hot tonighti
ff-- . .
This is the proposed 855, 000 addi-
3 L s W tion to be built on the east side of the
building. This extension will house
the science and music departments,
above, and a boys dressing room below.
The plans for revising the rooms in
' the school areg to take out the partition
.X -Elf: UL ' Ljjlq' -fy 'l fri" '
Qg f ff A utr ,f if ,fy if
p ,ff J. gf - , .X if .i,,,!' ,1 1: -A -f .
if a if ,sf rr is 'fe
fry" 5, QW i 4.., W, 7' "ff A p A A
vs s, f' if 3 6,1732 1
s ' L sti,- ' in l -V J ,ii ,.'A 2 half'
1 ,Mfi f i f -I, 5 ,f a
gi , ", , ' '5 . , V, ' '
JL4 1 f, ,l F V " i i, f . ,Rst 3
Q A A. A . S li VV, I E 1 4 by fe ,. 'lv
fi I 5 I A V' ' Q -'Q' f 'Quik in
it ,rf , i ,Ap ,,
'rf j' av ,L ' Q, k l .-:k X .' 7, rx - ,if it A ,
,pf fp :JN pry J, ,Y, ,z Q . ,,
My 'fl l I I Q .
g A , , V I Z K 2 A ,A
A 4, r, ,- 2, A i if ' - ,
nf I j 1' 1
A ' between the present girl's and boy's
dressing room and making a larger
dressing room for the girls and extend-
is ,ff ing the Home Ec. room into the pre-
1 . .
s -' f ' , I, ,fi rarr fr
fluff lylUyffog.5i5'5tu GVlA:AD'O1T!O!li fo
'V 'Af tfivtmim HIGH scuoet
I , . ,
, X " ,f 1 1 r ,
1 2 I U "' '
. :d - A X A .1 Q
., , W I
1- no , 'Yi ,
, V: . ., , 4 4
u i C
fx A L na A 0 L L G O N
ai f 4. ff
:XJ rf" 1,1-4 gi 5' fi cumirrt vs 90'-MAYTCQ
I 'NJA Xi":f'
, l K
Purchased this year by the school district at a cost
of 31750, the new bleachers have not only added to
the seating capacity and the over-all appearance of
the gym but have influenced school spirit.
We are looking forward to the purchase of two more
sections of these folding bleachers next year.
sent science room .
The "Antelope" staff wishes to take this opportunity to express their
appreciation to the sponsors, without whose generosity the "Antelope"
would not have been possible.
-Additional full page sponsors-
Dairymen's Co -op Creamery Caldwell
Eder Hardware Adrian
-Additional half page sponsors-
Frank Bicandi Cafe and Tavern Adrian
Jarvis at Holly - Building Contractors Adrian
Bracken's Department Store Nyssa
Bemard Eastman Insurance Nyssa
Wilson Bros. Department Store Nyssa
Palmer's Gas and Oil Ontario
A typical Pose of Junior Ontario Argus Observer Ontario
Matthews is this one with First National Bank of Portland Ontario
the broom in hand. Keep- Dr. John Eastley - Optometrist Ontario
mg floors clean' building Kenny Insurance Agency Ontario
warm, and students comfort- Farmer's Co-op Creamery Ontario
able are just a few of the many United States National Bank Vale
jobs undertaken by Junior in Owyhee Fiardware Owyhee
his duty as a building super- The 03518 Owyhee
imendem. Owyhee Grocery Owyhee
- Additional one-third page sponsors-
Vale Locker Service Vale
Peckham Chapel - Dignified Funerals Caldwell
Tw """f'-L7:,4,v ,
9 M71-Z2'f0 f3wQ
WU, ' fi!! M
b ' ' gf-I 1,-'jL,jW 1' J nj- ,A
LL ,LA b . I ' 7lkff..A,J at V dAL1,,J,,,x
, fyuvcxo fue.-
'X , ' 've 1-J " , 'f - - '
jLk'Z' , J- 7,jL U , L QW ff'N
2 ' fffdmpf
QM vM qw Wm f 41
- AA ,U
I fm f had
My Q-UJV , Kb fffuaym ,Lf-iz
X '-ff 9
www ' 0,5 of A AmMM'ff.X1,1
' JOY 5 g ff
' ' xi
sffb 3 SC 'Q-G S '
L4 X gif: nm 3
ff 92 Q Q
1 k N xg 5
fx ' XR E E Q '
Hi, an " F K5 ws I
X '?-big si
Nb t ,Q
U dvii' ,oxrmsf 3 J 9 Q 42'
'in' V . . ax 7 'f
v W 255 V
V15 A Q3 'av up ff
1 ya QM if Hi X 'E
V Mb m4,rf" IW If Q MQNZ'
L,,YQmf' iJ,,L7fJu CL , 5 VJ WV :E mc
JJLV10 yay! '51-Ly' , f
T18 f pl'YYljf'fj1'bt J' 5 33? X 1 X
fifxff' 47911 'P' GJ 76 -
V 'ff L' VJ
' J J X Q Ui" X WJ Ca O- ,
JOM 9' My 9 ',,ffpff 4535 fusvff TL
JJ N MW f 5
? X- px If 2 E ,,
3 K M , 9 , f '
y Vllncf' V 3.31 V ' i xx
,ak I- 4, V-
1' -' H .' f JJ 4.1 N
L' lf-, W Mu 4 JL,
rpg' X' . A X '
I i OV iff xvqy Q' W H MJT?
1' ' ' ' i oi If 4 x xl
I wa gf dw 6 Q
,A E-5 ,xy 1.11 Orff Cf H, A 1 ,gk X
"1 fl., Q 'ff 'A if" px
fi Q? ei, 'ij W. i A 2' W
-LQ if bf " ,bfi , ' fp JM?
J, ., 1, -Q .gy i!,5 y f- WJ,-
1? .BN -2- -'-N ju x-P 'L W ,fu ' ' U. ,fy J
Q? f 2 ,gl -fy iz -m if , ' f .,, Q, , U N
Vf g AQ N A ,ju RA 5 . K J'. I xi . A JJJ
U1-J -QM U
'. ' . 1' -..' L
MB' 'J - .iw 'fu ,, .5 ' '
,ff --- -'J b ,mx jx . ,S
2 I , ,
V, Q V,
xp 64377777 4533 f
-auf .,g,,,, NL xc All ll I .64 ' Ei
Zicfmdfiy 33119 of-f.L,.u 'Ss . Q
nf R i
,L.,1,kf, ?4'fQt'flY Cf. EA, L Q
1914121 7?M1,w: gb 54.
hifi? X 55 ggi
Mil igjf Eg?
igiizffffff if M 5 5 '
fxjawgff ,567 Jil In ,Z4.f 0LMQ ifff4.,i'J'
W A f
H . ge
Cl' rf ' f ffm
V f -N , 'Q ' 1 ,f ' "
-1 1 'W ffrffwf
,'. 1 aj 4, 5 fi K-f.J.57' -Voip ,L f-1
"'f X ' YQ' 5 " QD . r 'ff ,
jf, Q I A Q" u ' A iYfUCpV,'f2'f
7 f J, nw", ' ,ff TX WA, 4' U
' wf'm-rvvlf, Rf" if U Vg-'O
1 U I Wlpl
., X Mvoulx '
Suggestions in the Adrian High School - Antelope Yearbook (Adrian, OR) collection:
Are you trying to find old school friends, old classmates, fellow servicemen or shipmates? Do you want to see past girlfriends or boyfriends? Relive homecoming, prom, graduation, and other moments on campus captured in yearbook pictures. Revisit your fraternity or sorority and see familiar places. See members of old school clubs and relive old times. Start your search today!
Looking for old family members and relatives? Do you want to find pictures of parents or grandparents when they were in school? Want to find out what hairstyle was popular in the 1920s? E-Yearbook.com has a wealth of genealogy information spanning over a century for many schools with full text search. Use our online Genealogy Resource to uncover history quickly!
Are you planning a reunion and need assistance? E-Yearbook.com can help you with scanning and providing access to yearbook images for promotional materials and activities. We can provide you with an electronic version of your yearbook that can assist you with reunion planning. E-Yearbook.com will also publish the yearbook images online for people to share and enjoy.
Material on this website is protected by copyright laws of the United States and international treaties.
No protected images or material on this website may be copied or printed without express authorization.