Adrian High School - Antelope Yearbook (Adrian, OR)
- Class of 1957
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PUBLISHED BY ANNUAL STAFF
Advisor .................. Mr. Samuel E. Tyson
Editor ........ .... J anet M. Parker
Assistant Editor.. . . .... Carol Ann Jones
Business Manager .... .... J eanie Crocker
MR, GLEN WARD
To Mr. Ward, for his numerous un-
selfish contributions to the school and his
ever ready willingness to help everyone
in anything worthwhilep for these things
we, with deep gratitude, dedicate this
annual to Mr. Glen Ward.
To Margaret Butler, Vale-
dicforian, and Bill Looney,
Salutatorian, we dedicate this
MOLLERUPS - Homedale
WILSON'S JEWELRY - Homedale
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Here we have our school's own principal, Mr. Sayre,
looking just like the friend he is to all of us. But don'f let the
casual look 'throw you, he can mean business too. Mr Sayre,
to you we give our hearty thanks for being such a friend and
guiding us so well.
Here are Mr. Sayres helpers, in the office. Edna Linville, Mary
Houtman, Larry Culbertson and Carol Jones.
LEFT TO RIGHT: Athol Sayre, Glen Brown, Clerk, Wilbur Chapin, Claud Eachus, Tom
Jones, Iohn Thomspon. NOT PRESENT: Lee Stoker, Chairman.
LEFT TO RIGHT: Sharon Slippy, Ronnie Lowtrip, Mrs. Moore, Gary
Hastrider, Jo Anne Wood, Pete Hammon, Ira Price, Jimmy Webster,
Larry Norris, Sally Reed.
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STANDING: Edna Linville, Jim Thomspon, Janet Parker. SEATED: Mrs. Skinner, Mrs,
Chaney, Mrs. Norris.
A group composed of parents, teachers
and the students. . .a chance to discusss
our problems. . .the solution to our pro-
blems is the outstanding service of our
P. T . S . A.
Under the leadership of Mrs. Chaney,
this active group sponsored a teaching
' scholarship and promoted a deep under-
-2 standing of the parents, teachers and
2 students problems .
President. . . . . . . . . . . . Larry Culbertson
Vice President . . . . . . . Eddie Nelson
Secretary . . . . . . . . . . .Carol Jones
School Board Representative . . . . . . Billy Looney
Sergeant at Arms . ...Terry Borge
STANDING: Philip Hatch, Sharon Slippy. Jeanie Crocker, Shirley Skinner,
Josephine Mendazona, Alan Boatright. SITTING: Mr. Tyson, Eddie Nelson,
Larry Culbertson, Carol Jones, Terry Borge, and Mr. Sayre.
DALLAS W. MONTGOMERY
March 24, 1941
Man, with his burning soul,
Has but one hour of Breath
To build c ship of truth
ln which his soul may soil.
July 21, 1956
The Senior Class of i957 has been a very active class all through
their high school years. Besides winning the annual magazine drive for three
years in a row, they have presented two successful plays and a successful
Leading the Seniors in their last year at school is Dallas Chaney as
President. His reliable Vice President is Jean Crocker. Recording the events
of the meetings is our accurate secretary, Sally Reed. Keeping track of our
money and paying our bills is our class Treasurer, JoAnne Wood. Trying to
keep order at our class meetings is our Sergeant at Arms, Janet Parker. Our
very able and likable advisor is one of our favorite teachers, Glenn Ward.
NAFZIGER - BANKS, CALDWELL McCLURE'S BAKERY, CALDWELL
IDAHO DEPARTMENT STORE, CALDWELL
MARY MARGARET HOUTMAN
"You're a sweet little
headache, " G.A.A. I,2,
3, Pep Club I,2,3.4, Band
I, Class Play 3,4, Photo
2, 3,4, fSecretary 43, Annual
EDNA LEE LINVILLE
"An ingenous gal who will
always be a pal. "
G. A.A. I,2, 3, Pep Club
I,2, 3,4, fVice President
3, President 4j, Band I,2,
3, Photo Club l,2,3,4g F.
H,A, I,2, 3,4, fVice
President 41, Class Secretary
2, Thespians 4, Annual Staff
4, Class Vice President 3.
SALLY IO ANNE REED
"A pal to many, a friend
Pep Club I,2, 3,4, Class
Play 2, 3,4, Photo Club 4,
Thespians 3,4, Paper Staff
3, Class Sweetheart 3,
Secretary of Class 4, Annual
WALLACE VERNON BUTLER
"An individual with an
F.F.A. I,2, Class Play 3,
Basketball I,2, 3,4,'Paper
DALLAS ELMER CHANEY
Football I,2, 3,4, Basketball
Manager I,2,3, Baseball 1,
2, 3, F.F.A. fParliamentary
Team 3, Vice President 45,
Thespians 4, Class Play 4,
Business Manager of Paper 4.
GARY LEE SMITH
"I'm a lover, not a Fighter.'
Baseball I,2, 3,4, Letter-
man I,2,3,4, Class Presi-
dent 2, Annual Staff 2,
Class Play 3.4, Track 4.
WILLIAM CLARK LOONEY KEITH BARNEY FARR
"Quick With the Answers" "Good Nature and full of fun"
Football I. 2. 3. 43 Basketball School Play I, Photo Club 3,
1. 2. 3. 4253115 I. 2. 3.45 Pep Club 3, Paper Staff 4.
Baseball I, 2, 3, 4, F.F.A.
I, 2, 3, 4, QParliamentary
Team 3, Secretary 43, Class
Play 2,3.4: Thespians 3,4,
Chorus 3, Paper Staff 4,
Lettermans I, 2, 3, 43 QPresi-
dent 43, Hi-Y l,2, 3,4, Boys
SHARON MARIE FOX
"She May Be little but no one
steps on her toes."
G.A.A.. I,2,3,45 Pep Club 1,
2, 3,43 Band I,2, F.H.A. l, 2,
3,4, f'I'reasurer 2, 3,43 Class
Treasurer 2. 3: LV. Cheer-
leader 2, Varsity 4, Photo
Club 2, 3, 4, fTreasurer 33,
Thespians 3, 4, fTreasurer 33
"l-landsomeness is Written in
his smile. "
Football I, 2, Track 2.
MARGARET ADA BUTLER
"Speech is silver, silence is
G.A.A. 1,2,3,4, Pep Club 1
Chairman 33, Thespians 2, 3,
4, fVice President 43, Band I,
2, 3, 4, fsecretary 43, Chorus
2, Annual Staff 3, P.T.S.A.
3, 4, Homemaking Award 2, 3
RICHARD WAYNE SMITH
"A man of Leisure"
F.F.A. 1, 2, 3, Football 4,
Basketball l,'2,4, Baseball 4.
"The quiet and kind type"?
Homedale 13 Adrian 2,3,4:
G.A.A.1,2, 3,43 F.H.A
33 Class Play 3.
IO ANNE WOOD
"I-lerdreamis paradise for two"
John Day I3 Adrian 2, 3,43 Pep
Club 2, 31lVl3j0l'CtIC 23 Hi-Y 23
F.H.A. 23 Paper Staff 33 Student
Council 33 Class Play 43 Class
ELLEN JEAN CROCKER
"Two can live cheaper than
G.A.A. I, 2,33 Pep Club I,
2, 3.43 Chorus 33 Student
Council 1,42 F.H.A. 3,43
Class Vice President 43
Annual Staff 43 Class Play
43 Band I, 2, 3, 43 Photo
Club 1, 2, 3, 4.
"Her fabulous smile is
always in style"
G.A.A. I, 2,33 Pep Club
I,2,3,4: F.H.A. I3 Hi-
'Y 43 Majorette 2, 33 Class
LARRY DEAN CULBERTSON
"What? No girls in heaven, then
just leave me here"
Hi-Y I, 2, 33 Lettermans I, 2, 3,
43 F.F.A. I,2, 33 fReporter 3,3
Basketball I, 2, 3,42 Band I, 2,
3, 43 Baseball I, 2, 3, 43 Track
I, 2, 3,43 Student Council 43
Class President 33 Student Body
President 43 Class Vice President
I3 Football 4.
LARRY GENE HANEY
"Man of few words"
Football 1, 2, 3,4Q Basket-
ball I, 2, 3, 43 Lettermans I,
2, 3,43 Track I, 2, 3, 43
Class Vice President I.
TERRY IAKE BORGE
"Young Man With a Horn"
3,43 Football 3,43 Sargeant
at Arms 23 Basketball 33
Class Play 33 Paper 43
Sergeant of Arms of Stu-
dent Body 3.
CAROL ANN JONES
"She Looks Shy But Don't Let
That Fool You"
Hi-Y I, 2, 3,43 Student Council
I3 Chorus Pianist I,2, 3g F.H.A
I, 2, 3,42 flflistorian 233 P.T.
S.A. 2, 3,43 Class Secretary
33 Student Body Secretary 33
Thespians 4: Annual Staff 4,
NANCY LEE CLEVERLY
QSMITHQ "Short and Sweet"
F.H.A. I3G.A.A. 2,3,53
Chorus I, 33 Class Play 2,
3g Thespains 2, 3, 43 Pep
Club I, 2.
RUTH EVELYN BISHOP
"She Has The Power to
Eugene I, 2, 33 Adrian 43
Pep Club I,2,3,43 G.A.A.
I, 2, 3,42 Science Club 23
Photo Club 33 Senior Class
JANET MARIE PARKER
"She Has An Understanding
Pep Club I,2, 3,43 F.H.A. I,
2, 3, 43 fTreasurer 23 Secretary
33 President 433 Band I, 2, 33
fPresident 3,2 Hi-Y 3,42 fChap
line 433 Citizenship 2, 33
Thespians 2, 3,43 Annual
Editor 43 G.A.A. I, 2, 33 Class
Play 2, 3,42 Girls State 33
P.T.S.A. 2, 3, 43 fSecretary
4,3 Sergeant at arms of Class
IRA WAYNE PRICE, IR,
"We1l Here I Am Girls"
Football I, 2,3,43 F,F,A,
I,2,33 Hi-Y I,2,3,43
Baseball I, 2, 33 Lettermen's
1, 2, 33 Paper Staff 3,
"From the Halls of
Montezuma, to the shores
RICHARD LEE LOVITT
"A Wise man, Like the moon,
only shows his bright side to
F.F.A. I,2,3,4: Baseball 2,3,
43 Football 2, 3g Class Play 3,
45 Thespians 43 Lettermans 3,
43 Student Body Treasurer gg
F.F.A. Treasurer 43 Editor
GARY L. HASTRITER
"Anchors away my boys
LOUIS FRANKLIN PRATT
"The college type"
F.F.A. I, 2, 3, Boys State
3g Class Play 2, 3.
JAMES FRANKLIN PACKWOOD
"Quiet and shyg a wonderful
F.F.A. I,2, 3,45 Football 2,3g
Class Play 2, 3,4g Lettermans
3,4g Baseball 4g Track 4g
Following a noble Adrian tradition, the football team
chose lovely Sharon Fox as Queen with Edna Linville
and Jo Anne Wood as attendants.
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Class Will of 1957
We, the senior c .ass of l957, being of sound mind and body, make our last will and testament
and leave our most valued possessions as stated below.
We, the senior c ass, will to the freshmen all the timidness that we started to high school with,
but soon lost.
We, the senior c ass, will the sophomores a very bright future and not the shock and disappoint-
ment that we received at the start of our sophomore year.
We, the senior class, will to the juniors the fun we had on our sneak.
We, the senior c ass, will leave the faculty, with peace and quiet.
I, DARLENE DAVIS, will my athletic ability to Norene Howes.
I, JIMMY PACKWOOD, will my height to Darrell Slippy.
I, IRA PRICE, will my ability to keep out of trouble to anyone who needs it.
I, GARY SMITH, will my errorless typing to Florence Anderson.
I, CARLENE FENN, leave my knack of talking at the wrong time to Shirley Skinner.
I, SHARON FOX, will my ability to lose my voice at the ball games to Karen Mitchell.
I, WALLACE BUTLER, do leave my basketball ability to Kenny Fenn.
I, LARRY CULBERTSON, leave my bashfulness to Ralph Fackrell .
I, TERRY BORGE, leave my sawed off steeringwheel to Jr. Haney.
KEITH FARR, leave my citizenship grades to some innocent person.
BILLY LOONEY, do leave my appetite to Larry Norris.
I, DALLAS CHANEY, leave my weight to Charles Nelson.
I, CAROL JONES, would gladly give my high altitude to Eileen Stradley.
JEANIE CROCKER, will my gabbiness to Sharon Roberts.
I, SALLY REED, leave my quietness to Joyce Bowers.
I, JO ANNE WOOD, leave my "big brown eyes" to anyone who has blue eyes and doesn't like
I, NANCY SMITH, give to Kay McDonald my shortness.
I, WAYNE SMITH, will my bachelor leanings to Jim Webster.
I, JANET PARKER, will my ability to stick to one guy to Donna Fehlman.
I, GENE HANEY, will my track ability to those people who can't get out of low gear.
I, EUGENE BRIDGEDALE, leave my quietness to Ed Nelson.
I, GARY HASTRITER, gladly give my good grades in U. S. History to Charles Johannesson.
I, EDNA LINVILLE, will my ability to get letters from Air Force guys to Sharon Slippy.
I, ARNOLD STRAWN, give to Steven Sayre my ability to stay out of school.
I, MARGARET BUTLER, leave to Kenny Carroll my nights of studying.
I, RUTH BISHOP, give to anyone who can get a good grade in them all of my old chemistry
l, FRANK PRATT, will my love of hot rods to James McKinley.
I, KENNETH BARSTAD, leave my volleyball serve to Alan Boatright.
MARY HOUTMAN, with pleasure leave my temper to anyone who can keep it under control.
HEADING UP THE ACTIVITIES OF THE JUNIOR CLASS THIS YEAR ARE:
President . . . . . . . . . . Karen Mitchell Treasurer . . . . . . . . . . . . . Elaine Haney
Vice President . . . . . . . .Linda Costley Sergeant at Arms. . . . . . . . . Steve Sayre
Secretary . . . . . . . . . . .Sharon Roberts Sergeant at Arms. . . . . . . . .Jim Webster
The main activity this year for the Juniors is the Junior and Senior
Prom. Along with its coming, come the worries of raising funds to put it
on, then the final planning and putting it on.
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THE OFFICERS OF THE LARGEST CLASS IN SCHOOL ARE:
President ........ .... J im Thompson
Vice President .... .... H enry Mendazona
Secretary ....... .... C laudia Peterson
Treasurer ......... ...... S tanley Mills
Sergeant at Arrns .... ..... R ex Langley
The Sophomores are sponsors of the Sadie Hawkins Sock Hop. This year
they treated the school to a lot of fun with their dance. The music was
fumished by Junior Nanney from Vale.
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June 21, 1940 January 23, 1957
He is not dead, this friend of our affection,
But gone on to that school
Where he no longer needs our kind protection,
And Gocl Himself doth rule.
Laying the foundation for four successful years are the i956 Freshmen. Attempting
to set an example for the rest are the class officers.
President of the class is Don Costley. Pinch hitting for him when he is gone is
Charles Nelson as Vice President. Keeping track of events is Cliff Looney as Secretary
and counting their money is Henrietta Carroll.
Good luck, kids, may you study, have lots of fun, and gain the treasure that both
have to offer.
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THE FRESHMAN PAGE SPONSORS:
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EVERYBODYS, ONTARIO MAULDING CLINIC
EASTSIDE CAFE, ONTARIO DR. OLSEN, MD.
NYSSA MOTORS, INC. BOB THOMPSON REALTY
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BACK ROW: Benjamin Zamora, Dallas Chaney, Terry Borge, Billy Looney, Jimmy
Packwood, Ira Price, James McKinley. THIRD ROW: Eddie Nelson, Jim Thompson, Phillip
Hatch, Pete Hammon, Leonard Wood, David Foster, Jimmy Webster, Brent Hartley. SECOND
ROW: Ronald Smith, Bob McReyno1ds, Kay Cleverly, Steve Sayre, Harold Scott, Elvin
Clubb. FIRST ROW: Alan Bennett, Junior Haney, Charles Nelson, Donald Costley, Darrell
Slippy, Jimmy Chaney, Mike Sillonis, Manager, Richard Lovittg Coach, Mr. Ward.
Adrian 20 Wilder 0
Adrian 7 New Plymouth 20
Adrian 26 Middleton I4
Adrian 0 Notus l8
Adrian 33 St. Teresa O
Adrian 6 Fruitlcnd I9
Adrian 6 Homedale 31
Adrian 20 Mcrsing 20
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Butch, Steve, Larry, Jim, James, Phil, Wayne, Kay, and Gene on the squad. Hard working managers were
Joe Mackey and Darrell Wilson. Coach Harper, center.
This year Adrian 's basketball team was composed of four
seniors and two iuniors and three sophomores. The Seniors, who
will be greatly missed next year are Wallace Butler, Larry
Culbertson, Wayne Smith, and Gene Haney. 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 ot basketball and at all times maintained an excellent
record of sportsmanship, team play, and scholarship. Next
year's team will be built around the two juniors--Steve Sayre,
and James McKinley--three sophomores--Jim Thompson, Phil
Hatch, and Kay Cleverly--and this year's Junior Varsity team.
The ..lV's have proved to be a scrappy squad by coming from behind in the
final moments of play to squeeze past many unexpecting quints. The team is
comprised of three freshmen and eleven sophomores. They are: Gary Neilson,
Alan Boatride, Mike Sillinos, Harold Scott, Donnie Thomspon, Leroy Bishop,
Salvador Martinez, Knute Stoneburg, Jesse Martinez, Bob McReynold, Merlin
Smith, Rex Langley, Leonard Wood, and Benjamin Zamora. Managing are Joe
Mackey and Darrell Wilson.
Around these fourteen underclassmen, Coach Harper has developed a well
co-ordinate team whose members are prospects for future varsity teams.
TOWN AND COUNTRY HOMEDALE SUPPLY WILSON'S IEWELER
Homedale Homedale Homedale
The girls hockey team, whose supervisor is Miss
Keyser has had an active year. They traveled to the College
of Idaho to play the scheduled games. The first game the
Adrian team was defeated i-0. The other game ended with
the score tied 0-0.
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1. Fixin' for the prom. 2. Ain't they yellin, Mr. Sayre? 3.' What shall I write? 4. Keep going-or else! 5. Close your
mouth, Nancy. 6. Recognize anyone? 7. How old did you say you were? 8. Blue Hawaiian Moonlight. 9. Wanted -by the
F.B.l. IO, What is this. 11. Hey Carol! 12. Daydreamer. 13. Ready for a swim? 14. What did you say, Ian? 15, Is that
for later use Jean-2 16. Don'r take our picture! 17. The Line-up. 18. Well-good morning Miss Jones. 19, Ready to go.
20. What's wrong Josephine?
Presiding over the meetings of this
dramatic club is Sharon Fox, Pres-
ident. Margaret Butler, Vice
President, Sally Reed, Secretary,
and Mr. Tyson is our advisor.
consists of members
who have earned
points by participating
in dramatical arrange-
XSRORE fax Afff' S
BACK ROW: Linda Costley, Claudette Day, Carly Boren, Kay McDonald, Joyce Bowers, Jean Crocker
Norene Howes, Bernice Jorgenson, Margaret Butler, CarolJones, Karen Mitchell, Claudia Peterson,
Shirley Skinner. FRONT ROW: Sharon Fox, Mrs. Moore, Edna Linville, Janet Parker, Mary Houtman,
Mrs. James Peterson.
Heading the group of F,H.A, through the
year are these girls who have devoted their
time in many activities. These are the
officers, and we face the future with warm
courage and high hopes. Shirley S kin ne r,
Reporter, Margaret Butler, Point Keeper,
Carol Jones, Historian, Mrs, Moore,Advisor,
Mary Houtman, Treasurer, Jean Crocker,
Songleader, Janet Parker, President, Edna
Linville, Vice President, Sharon Fox,
BACK ROW fLeft to Righty: Laurence Phifer, Jimmy Chaney Harold Scott Jimmy Packwood
Jim Thompson, Merlin Smith, Donald Ashcraft, Ronnie Smith Elvtn Clubb THIRD ROW Rui
Atagi, Tommy Smith, Charles Nelson, Donald Thompson Gary Neilson Leroy Smith Darrell
Slippy, Mateo Sillonis, Ralph Fackrell. SECOND ROW Clifford Looney Darrell Wilson Joe
Mackey, Kenneth Fenn, Charles Johannesson, Mr. Joe Witty FIRST ROW Donald Costley
Dallas Chaney, Billy Looney, Eddie Nelson, Brent Hartley James McKinley Eldon Jorgensen
THE F.F.A. OFFICERS ARE:
President ................. .... E ddie Nelson
Vice President . . . .... Dallas Chaney
Secretary .... , , . Richard Lovitt
Treasurer .... .... B illy Looney
Reporter .... ..... B rent Hartley
sentine1...... . ....IameSMcKin1ey
Among other activities participated in by
the F.F.A. this year are: the Greenhancl
initiation, the Father-Son Banquet, and
the work day. Billy Looney had the honor
of representing the Adrian chapter at the
National F. F.A. Convention choir in
Kansas City, Missouri.
ONTARIO ARGUS OBSERVER
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The G.A.A. is an athletic association
which has many activities going on
during the school year. Belonging to
this organization are:
BACK ROW: Bernice Iorgenson, Elaine
Haney. Claudette Day, Advisor, Miss
Keyser, Kay McDonald, Karen Roberts,
Ruth Bishop, Jeanette Conant. FOURTH
ROW: Joan Barton, Lorena Ashcraft,
Margaret Butler, Karen Mitchell,
Norene Howes. THIRD ROW: Shirley
Skinner, Linda Costley, Ianet Parker.
SECOND ROW: Sharon Fox, Nancy
Smith. FRONT ROW: Darlene Davis.
HEADING THIS GROUP ARE:
President . . . . . .
Tl'63Sl.ll'el' . . . .
Point Keeper. , , , , ,
Advisor. . . . .
. .Elaine Haney
. Linda Costley
. .Lorena Aschraft
. . .. . . Miss Keyser
Lettermens officers are: Ben Zamora, Sergeant at Armsg Dallas
Chaney, Vice President, Billy Looney, President: Eddie Nelson,
Secretaryg Brent Hartley, Treasurer. Their Advisors are: Mr.
Harper and Mr, Ward. Their main project for this year was the
building of a score keepers stand for our gymnasium.
LEFT TO RIGHT: Philip Hatch, lim Packwood, Mr. Harper, Brent Haney,
Elvin Clubb, Stanley Mill, Leonard Wood, James McKinley, I im Thompson,
Pete Hammon, Henry Mendazona, Gary Smith, Ira Price, David Foster,
Larry Culbertson, Gene Haney, Billy Looney, Ben Zamora, Mr. Ward, Ed
Nelson, Mike Sillonis, Harold Scott, Kenny Carroll, Dallas Chaney, Wallace
Butler, Brent Hartley.
The Hi-Y, club is devoted to making good citizens
of all of us. It is a club to further the Christian Standards in
the school. To welcome our new members this year, we had an
initiation dinner. We have had some very enlightening discussions
during our meetings, on subjects that we all are interested in. Our
advisor this year is Mrs. McKinley, the mother of our President.
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STARTING AT THE TOP fLeft
to Righty: James McKinley,
Janet Parker, Ed Nelson, Sharon
Slippy, Pete I-lammon, Carol
Jones, Bill Looney, Cliff Looney,
Mary Ann Jones, Steve Sayre,
Karen Deffer, Carlene Fenn,
Katherine Auker, Linda Costley,
Dennis Reed, Henrietta Carroll,
Shirley Skinner, Suzanne Hammon,
Kay Borge, Sally Reed, Josephine
Mary Houtman, Edan
Linville, Billy Linville,
Benjaman Zamora, Gary
Wilson, lean Crocker,
Sharon Fox, Joyce Bowers
HEADING THIS GROUP ARE:
President.. . .-.-Beniamafl Zamora
Vice President . . . . . . . . . . .Billy Linville
Treasurer. .......Sh2rOl'1 Fox
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8. What's so funny? 9. Here comes's a teacher, Larry! Io. Is he cute? II, Hi Dickl 12. Day dreaming
again Kay? 13, Whaddya want? I4. This is a Dance? I5, What's goin' on here? 16. G01 Adrian!!
The ANTELOPE ANTICS, the school paper was printed by the
Speech and Journalism class. Staff Leaders for the first semester:
Dick Lovitt, Editor, Bill Looney, Assistant Editor, Dallas Chaney,
Business Manager. The second semester: Bill Looney, Editor,
Kenneth Barstad, Assistant Editor, Dallas Chaney, Business Manager.
The group was directed by Samuel E. Tyson.
U. S, NATIONAL BANK, Ontario NYSSA VETERINARY
Laboring under the tireless task of assembling the
annual and seeing that ends meet, the editor, Janet Parker,
spent many hours of ardent work in Ably assisting as an
ideal person, Edna Linville, Assistant Business Manager.
Mary Houtman, Advertising Manager, S h a ron Fo x ,
Class Manager, Carol Jones, Assistant Editor, Jeanie
Crocker, Business Manager. Okeying copies and acting
as advisor is Mr. Tyson.
PRICE'S - Parma MOORS GROCERY - Notus SEELY DRUG - Parma
FIRST NATIONAL BANK - Parma HAL JOHNSON - Caldwell
Mr, Weatherspoon, Rex Langley, Phillip Hatch, Bill Looney, Ben Zamora, John Foster, Cliff Looney. SECOND
ROW: Darrell Wilson, Kay Barge, Linda Smith, Jean Crocker, Elvin Clubb, Ronnie Smith. THIRD ROW:
Margaret Butler, Karen Mitchell, Shirley Skinner, Claudia Peterson, Florence Anderson, Joyce Bowers, Donna
Fehlman. FIRST ROW: LaVina Shy, Norene Howes, Sandy Wood, Joe Mackey.
"Stranger, that isn't the angels in heaven singin' or them celestial
musicians playin' that dreamy music. Stranger, that is our band and chorus
tunin' up for a little melody." They're all conducted by our very own
maestro, Mr. Raymond Weatherspoon.
FIRST ROW: Eldon Jorgenson, Darrell Wilson, Dennis Reed, Gary Wilson,
Rui Atagi, Cliff Looney. SECOND ROW: Henrietta Carroll, Suzanne Hammon,
Florice Anderson, LaVina Shy, Kay Clucas, Karen Deffer, Kay Barge,
Alice Campos. LAST ROW: Pat Stroh, LaVora Smith, Kay McDonald,
Claudette Day, Florence Anderson, Mr, Weatherspoon.
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Senior Play 5
"Pride and Prej udice" 'Q
Mrs. Bennett .,,,,
Mr. Bennett , H
Jane Bennett ,,.,,
Kitty Bennett ..,,
Lydia Bennett ,..,
Mary Bennett . , . , ,
Elizabeth Bennett .
Charles Bingley , ,
Caroline Bingley ,
Captain Wickham , . , , 0 ,
William Collins , ,
Lady Catherine de Burgh, , , 0
Student Director . ,
, , Janet Parker
. . , Sally Reed
, . , Carlene Fenn
. . . Sharon Fox
. Jean Crocker
. . . Billy Looney
. . . Gary Smith
- - Ken Barstad
. . . Frank Pratt
-- Ruth Bishop
- - - Mr. Tyson
"Madam President Please!
Stanley Davis, Jr.
Ann Davis, Mother
Stanley Davis, Sr.
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Mr. Matthews, better known as Junior is the man that we always call on when an object
needs repairing. He always wears a smile, though sometimes his patience is at its end by the
unnecessary work the students create for him.
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