Albany Union High School - Whirlwind Yearbook (Albany, OR)

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Reiley Burichart Vollstedt Zarones Flomer Hassman Ohling Mr Hudson Th student council consists of the principal the tudent body officers and a representa tive from each clams This hard working group which meets once a week endeavors to arry on he buiinef of the school in a manner which it believes to be satisfactory to the faculty and to the Student body The student body president presides at the meetings After every me ting of the student council the s cretarys report is posted in the main hall for all the tudente to r ad Any Student may force hte opinions on any matter through his cla S repreeentative Supervieing the annual carnival promoting bond drives arranging school prograrne upervielng clubs and activities nomin ting new student body officers and holding school elections are Some of the duties of the Student council This year the claee representatives to the council were Phyllis Vollstedt eenior Eugene Zaronee lunior ana Al Haeeman ophomore eww very tudent ot th chool 1 a inembe of the Albany High School Student Body Aeso cnrolled to attend Albany High School Members have the privileges ol attending chool aee rribliei particinating in uchool activitiei ard voting at student body elections Lo en Florrer ttidert body 0 eeid nt preelded at a Student body meeting held March Pl rw Nerf di fu e ricernina th new r creation program being organized The Q u lent kodv p esident alsc eeldee at all other meetings and as emblies The et' dent body 'eel very grateful toward the following student body officere for what they have done toward Wiaicinq this year a very uccesstul school year Loren Flomer president Art Ohh a vice p eeident Darline Reiley 'secretary and Betty Burkhart treasurer 764: 741 I4 . , . e 1 ' . 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VM , ,N X :X LA TD fBJ GX 1 X F ix x A f 1 I I 66444 i Tom Cowqill Mabel Pontius Betty Bates Mr Richter '21 Dale Peterson Wada Presiien' Vice-Preasident Secretary Trea ure Aclvl In Ourselves Our Future Ltes Zuaez Yellow Rosebuds 61444 Iade Green and Yellow When the Bulldogs of 44 hrst entered Albany Hrgh School they had llttle realrzatron o the great tasks that lay ahead of them SINCE the temptatlon of leavma school and Jomrng the armed forces was too strong tor many w lost a rumber ot our classmate to the GYVICG ot our country Ne frrst orqamzed under he leadershlp of Ted Me r1ll ophomore presldent Suc eedrnf' hrm as rumor presldent Nas Cecrl lenlcr Thrs ye-ar the class was ably lea bf Dale Peter son p esrdent Torn Cowalll xrce presldent Mabel Pontius secretary Betty Bate teasqrer Phfllrs Vollstea stud nt councrl representatlve and Carlton Rrchter class advr er The studen body olftcers for our sen1or year were Loren Flomer presldent Art Ohllnq vrce presldent Darlene Rell y ecretary Betty Burkhart trea urer Th horor socrety was r pre erted v srxteen of our clas The J A B ep e entatrve wa lfa aa et Bay IS wno also edlted th Wht lwrnd paper for the nn Q 1 a lr you ral o ar en ICF 11' a a ora te t was gven to Margar t Bayl eu to ta ana o Pd Ternpel for feat 'o o r' re u and was th 1 P ll o .ve e a o ne Nl he 1 e lass bond rrve cor e or :lor oy were Lo er Florne Ed Te pf-r Ze 1 pe cfr o loench A t Ort 4 O Q eux ean Allard and 10 an et on G' me rn s or .- r lnafr Baroa a Hobbs Betty Bates H ndrtna ICI Leeufter' ani Barbara Ander on , as -r 4 ' 'ser , news I I M . 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Not rrval armles but armxes worklng for the same end were assembled at Camp Central and Fort Madlson rn the year 1941 Cornmarrdmg offrcers were Eugene Zarones and lack Larsen respectrvely ln the year 1942 the two armles comorned tnto one general effort after they were umted at the battlefreld of Albany H1gh School The general m th1s campaign was Art Blanchard The year l943 rolled around and agaln a new cornmandlng offlcer was put IH charge Davld Eakm Actmg under the general Bob West was selected as Colonel The generals secretary was Carley Carpenter and Carolyn lenks was named treasurer Eugene Zarones took the Job of representlng the drvrsxon rn councrls and M155 Herr became the advrser This great army was not quarte cd to wage war however Th xr prlmary purpose wa to w1n vlctorres of learnmg Th1S class became one of the greatest and most outstandrng In the mus1c department Gwyneth Wells, Yvonne Agee Fern Godwm lean Scott Betty Slocum and Denms Ford became promrnent Carley Carpenter and Io Ann Nelson were recogmzed for good work on the Wlurlwrna paper staff VIFQIHICI Waggoner and Paulme Cutter were two star performers xn tumblrng Several fellows became cutstardrng tn sports Paul Kennel and Eugene Zarones ga1red honors on the football held O22 e Ruchert and Dlck Erb were especrally OUlSlGl"dll"Q rn basketball Thrs class IS headed for greater thrngs rn the future OWIPQ to thelr cooperatlon talent mdrvrclualrty and good ,vrll Q70 37 I sr Ni"-' gee 'A 2? 4.4 452, . --L ' ' f ' 3 - N H51 ' .. r . 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W1mer Gerald Wulft VXVIOH Yokum B111 Za ones Eugene Arnold Clarr Bowman lmogen Copeland Arthur Cutter Paullne Haselton F11chard l-1orton Laura Kauffman Duane Kreger Loren Lelchty Edna Long VITQIDIG Mlller Ver nelle P1cket Ruth Radford Kenneth Buchert Raymond Schrock Perry Slocum Bette Wagner Gerald Walker Helen Agcln Albany lrl1gh School IS sponsormg a carmval Last year as sophomores the JUUIOTS won tle pr1 e lor the-1r part tn the ntghts fest1v1t1es Thls year the Juntors are cont1nu1ng Class compet1t1on wa started 1n the form o' war bond sale competttlon durmg the fourth wa loan dr1ve All the lasses dxd well and the JUDIOYS sol1c1ted and bought S7 658 50 worth All ol these bonds were E bond and a large percentage of bonds were bought by the Jumors themselv s Other patr1o c move have been made on the part of lhIS outstandlng class Many Jun ors have spent aluaole t1me sort1'1g and collectlng paper for the paper drlve Such act Vll es as work or the U S O and th g1v1ng of programs at Camp Ada1r have requ1red a a ea deal of he tumors spare ttme 660601 'Mew Versat1l1ty Populartty Hetght Athletlc alo1l1ty Mus1calab1l1ty Vfell dre ed Pretty halr Beau 1lul eyes Good CO"lpl6X1OI" Per onal ty Cute l-lard one Bea t11ul P pw Am ated Eugene Zarones Davld Eakm Ioan Nelson Paul Kennel lean Scott Art Blanchard Carley Carpenter Mary Hull Royce W1drner Betty Ted1SCh MGFIOH Haley B111 W1lbanks LOUISE Schlegal Bob Newman Royal 1BuzzlCol11ns I 3 F. 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",1 'A - - '.'f11r: 7, '- 1- ' I o Sam 'Y Wana Qladlal 74a zfifanual Sfaff 4 17' ' U .uv ANNUAL STAFF l'1rst Row Mr Wynd Hadley Moench Merrxll Mr Bennett Ohltng Mlller Heuland Second Row McClellan tllmgston Thompson Mlss Voyen Bates Bloom McGu1re Menke Ienks W1lbanks Knodell Hobbs Mlss Chase Mclvlalcan The 1944 Wh1f1VY1Hd Annual has a dlstlnctxon IH that 1t IS the fxrst Annual to be edlted by a boy slnce 1933 Iohn Reuland who edlted th1s y ars Annual had charge of obtam mg the rnaterlal for the yearbook He ls respons1b1e for SLIIJSTVISIHQ the work of each de partmental edltor The executlve edltor held a daxly conference Wllh the varlous mem bers of the staff at whlch tlme deadhres were set manuscrtpts were checkea and buslness matters were cared for The edltor devoted rnuch t1m to buslness matters formerly man aged by Mr Hudson who was bustness aclvlser The result has been a well orgamzed and smoothly worklna staff produclng effectwe results from the start The members of the 1944 Whxrlwlnd Annual staff are as follows Ed1tor1n chlef Tohn E Reuland Manuscnpt Beat xce Thompson Senlor Barbara Hobbs lunlor Carolyn Ienks Qophomore Beverly Menke Organlzattons Homer Hadley Act1v1t1es Don B1ly u Feature Plalre McClellan Photo Ro s Mlller Glrls Ath1et1cs Betty Bates Boys Athlettcs Ar Oh mg Ass1stant Boys Athle-t1cs Robert Moench Art Zed Merrlll and Donna Wllbanks Buslness Manager Fleano MCGUITC Subscrlptlon Manager Ierry Mc Mahan Typlsts Nadlre Knodell M111 nt Vlhrgso Ianne Bloom Mabel Pontlus Manu scr1ptAdv1ser MISS E' phase Phcto Advlser Mr H Wynd Art Adv1ser Mr L M Bennett Busmess Advlser vllss C Voyen 1 N o P 1 h 1 HJ oun a co e f a C o' stv den e A a 1 a sta emu rr- bers haze br n an to assem e dev lopxng thus book I e stat' las sad t f- the-rre Vmtor, A ,earbootc pre-ser es the st K, o ar an an o r known re d lt reco s d G1 acco I f- r r '11 3 ' en llvlng cl' on t lr o d s J ' H. n 1-mn :xl IS loot' on as t st l'u n g u s that e abo n A l: bemo Htg 5 hocl 7444 70 53 agt 4 I T D V A - . , V . . . . . , , . . ' , . : , - ' ' - - , , - V 1 e ' , F' 5 ' . 2 , : c , 7 ' ' . : ' ' ' -. 9 1 A . L :Q . 1: , SH 5 ' , M: , , L 1. I . , . A . I 1 A 1 ' 1 1 I I ' '5 T' f , lu I ' og ' A ., . - 5 Q , ' . . , ' ice . ,s ' . n, e , ' 5 - I ' "' , I . L. x., . g o I. , . . g '.., , . . , 1 . . 1 . G , ,,, , , 1 . , . . 4-ft' een the ctxwrs f 1944 "X .11l'.':n:1 An 'al 'f.'1.l be Y ol s rnpl tp re cfd . A t lit at fb ny H gn for the scgoz. year of E-143--1-1 as . ft of j .Nm ,. ' fe 'Le ,. bl , In .' e . A , fl . .1 u - as h. , . , - H " ' '. .., m or' I the school ye better th 3' the " .. tho rd ln ef 2 the mphshnzente of the sT.der.1 body and h. f:xcu.ty 'lie se .zo s cdzry 3' wlth ,h ., a . .7 .isle o. the hapgxest oz their mg: .:..o E ay, Ov X.'h:r."1. d ". u . Ned up ne mo 1. ml atin , tr 'tnwcrt and permanent nrtor'-.' ., 11 ts possxbl to cornpxle ut :te 1 .1 any 0 dc-award SW! -ar Q WHIP LWIND PAPER STAFF Front How Hount ee Lawrence Mcltllalcan Temper McGuire Merrill Eurkhat Baylis Hunkle Lytle Mr Penland Second How Wagner Metge Klutke Anderson Smith IvlcC,lain lxcison Larpcnte Pete son Volls edt lelle Son Back How Beckman Van l. fuvien lvloore Arp Dolneve Held Mick lzastburn his m n Halfx Fiehe l pite of the fact that the Albany High printahop ie well Supplied with equipment lor printing a paper he Qchool pap The Whirlwind had o be linotyped and printed in the Scio Triburte shop by Mr V' H Hayward iince our printshop lacked an instructor and supervisor Becauee David Hamourie the previou ly appointed editor failed to return to echool this year Margaret Baylis next in line Qtepoecl into the editore position and edited th paper for the whole year Serving as editors o' the ditorlal page -society page and sporte page were the following Betty Burkhart Maxine Runkle and Z d Merrill the aseistant were loan Nelson Carley Carpenter and Bill Ewing Bob Lawrence was exchange editor Ierry Mclvlahan businees manager ard El anor McGuire eub cription manager The members ol the lournaliqtic clae acted a r porterw with Mr Mabel Penland ae their adviser and instructor Qchool to organize to elect office Q a o hold onthly 'rieetirge throughout the school year Th tuaent body ' a u er Bfttv' Bi xhart automatically became preiident with M Voyen as advieer However because of Y a a 'im ic duri 1 th ra t year there was no formal orgam za' on ot the group Thuw ro o'her o 4 ce we e elected ln epite of thie the treaxurers worked ir clo e harmony and tried to brirg the tudent aqsociation into closer relation -ship N th the treasurer of each organization They also made it a policy to follow uniform me'hod5 o' keepirg accou t Their pre ent oaiective a e to cooperate to be good citizen and to 'show willmgnees and a corre t at tude in e vihg the student a ociation 'Me 70 54 ,rf . 1 , 1' ' 1 I , , . , ' ', , - , r, , " , ' , 5. , . A h N ,A. . I T . , , 'Y , t J K , , , , L , ef , ,, , 1.1 r, ' , , 'r F Y: 4' . r I I , l . V fir, H , F ' ,W l V A . ' 4 ' :s - ' , ' , ' , , , ' 3 , ' , e ' , I S , ' ' g . e ' , F S ' ' , . lt has been the custom in previous years for the treasurers of each organization in .v . il , ' ur, ni T . .. Q .' ' ' e S ' ' .re r, - ' 1 rl , . Q , , .' , , ' ' , '. e .ti C."'I"11 ' nj e J .1 ., , Q '- .i . i, 1 'ng 3 . . fi- rs ' : 4 . . Q , ,f Q I . Y i I M V h, . A Q . . . . 1' . ' . -- 'n Ls. Q ,S .. ' ' ' ,Ls r - L . - ' ' . .i l I -- . c ti ' r Q .o . 'N A ' . 0 Zadland Sm!! .dum glad McClellan McMahan Merrrll Runl-:le Marchlck Carpenter Nelson McGuire Ewmg Burkhart Baylls Mrs Penland Tempel Qu ll and Scroll the rnternatlonal honorary socrety for high school lournalrsts spon sored everal Journallstlc contests durlna thrs year and were qulte actlve ID school at larrs Durlng the year members ot the club lnrttated seven new members held monthly covered drsh meetmgs ponsored th musrcal comedy Guns aBlaz1n and also p o vraed funds to pay for the cuts that were used 1n the Whrrlwmd paper The merrbers are arway chosen on scholastxc standmg ournalr t1c abrlrty and character The offrcers of the year were as follows Margaret Baylrs presrdent hrst semester Zed Merr1ll presldent second semester Betty Burkhart vxce presldent and Elalne McClel lan secretary treasurer Pearl Marchlck lerry McMahan Brll EWIHQ Ed Tempel Eleanor MCGUlf9 Maxrne Runkle loan Nelson and Carley Carpenter were members and Mrs Mabel Penland was adviser an Frrst now Mrs McMullen Mustoe Banks lhompson buan Secord How Heuland Roth Ohlmg Vollstedt The Latln Club for the 1943 44 year was orgamzed rn Tanuary Thrs club consrsts ol all students who are takrng second year Lat1n An outstandrng feature ol the club rs 1lS h gh per caprta record rn the purchase of war bonds Therr average berng S700 OU per student Beatrlce Thompson xs the presldent Eleanor Swan vrce presldent Marrlyn Mustoe secretary treasurer and Mrs McMullen adv1ser The members are Davrd Banks Art Oh lma Dorothy Roth Ionhnre Reuland Phyllrs Vollstedt Marrlyn Mustoe Eleanor Swan and Bc-atrrce Thompson 74e70" 55 . 5 I . ,,,,-... ik ' - ' y ' - T A . 1 , Q . . 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' gfonofzs ' E sf., r1rstl'low rlunkle Burkhart Mrller Bayhs Henley Second How Allen Koch Roth lhompson Knodell Ohlrng 'lhrrd How Roth Flomer Reuland Bmlyeu Spurgeon The Takenah Chapter of the Natlonal Honor SOCIETY was lnlroduced 1nto Albany Hlgll School rn l933 The fall semester ofhcers were Don B1lyeu pre ldent Maxlne Runkle v1ce presrdent Conme Koch secretary treasurer and lohnnle Reuland sergeant at arms The ofhcers lor the spnng semester were Ross M1ller presldent Stanley Spurgeon v1cepres1dent and Nadlne Knodell secretary treasure IVTISS Anderson was the advlser gllfddmd S o d Sv an l' Img on 'iunkl Hadley Ko h Marchrck Mcblellon otcrlrna Mrss Lhasc li llsy Axlvtard V lfrstman P lzastman B lyf Heuland Hers-' Peebler Klrnge Miller Thl Club IS a nat1onal organrzatton Wh1Ch was organized IH Albany Htah School tr l93l and has proved to be a very outstandtng actlvrty among semor Englrsh students Membersh1p ot the club tncludes sentors who malntarn and contmue to marntaln a grade ot a one or a two IH Engltsh and have rnemorlzed at least twenty f1VE quota tons from the frrst of the sry unlts of the Treasure Chest a book of quotatrons torn the world most outstandmq wrtters The purpos of thls organlzatlon ls to promote the lnterest of the students tn good lrterature Connre Koch holds the very outstanchng ecord of mernortzlng all l5O quotatro durrr the hrst sxx weeks perlod SINCE she was the flfSl one to complete her 'nernory wo k she recelved the Llterary Explorer Nautlcal P1101 Wheel as a gli from Mrss Chase Ofhcers of the club are Horner Hadley pre-sldent Charlotte Kropp vrce prestdent Con n1e Korh secretary treasurer and Mlss Chase advlser 'Me 70 56 . . C. ' . . D . - , -1 , - , t , . . - , , - - ,. ' 1 - I 1 ' - -I . F F . . , , - . .. . . , . r ' ' t l Je re .' r ,1 S I e , C , . ' . .r ., . , . 4 , , . . . .' S . . , , Y is Y . H3 fl . , . . . Y Y . . . . .' . - t , 1 0 F1 tdow But khart Bloom Mitchell McClellan Harmon M Lllingson P lzatman Kvanvig Baylis Second Row Rucka Arnold Steinmyer Ahart Aylward Bates Pontius Hobbs Knodell lhird How Van Leeuwen Miss Voyen Preston Peebler Ward Spreen V laastman M Miller Fmtel The Secretarial Club was organized at the first of the school year with twenty eight members who are all advanced shorthand students The girls perform many helpful duties for the school such as taking care of the prin cipals office unde the direction of Miss Voyen Many of the girls have becorie expert tencil cutters and make stencils for the different clubs and classes in school and out ide o ganizations The following officers were elected early in the year Anna Maria Aylward president Hendr na Van Leeuwen vice president oarol Fteeser secretary Virginia East an trea ure and Miss Voyen adviser ou q " c d Slaton Seavy Maier Parr r Q on rtof ll Leo Vlal-:er Parks Kenag, Blanchad Lanny L Hot l'11 d HON Hectshaw Clutte Godwin Wallace Vande Janter The part time cooperative program which IS being conducted by M Walker non' 1 it four h ,fear 01 operation and has stood the test of time The fact hat he de and areater than the supply proves that this program is steadily gaining in afor with th Alkarty DUSIUE s concerns This program trains Albany boys for Albany robs The de maids o war have prevented ome ooy rom enrolling n High School There exist a shortage of boy who might be potential members of this group Plans are being form n lf o rne services of their courtry and were former members of this Cla are realiz ng the true value of their training under this program The most ou'stand1ng feature of this program is the fact that when the tuden' 1 hand d his dipl ma at g aduation t1'ne he already ha a yob and is a trained former be ca e he attert ed scnool par' time and worked part time on a rob urder co pe er' super r Th h has lea ned a trade and earned a diploma Durirg h ea one P more lo have received aining in the following trades or professions shoe auto a man rneat panic ng and curing lens grirtaer cloth ng salesman au'o r ef' tan s oe e,a1r na rnber ra er au o ele trician service s a tor rranage an r lefirinfr and tailoring vulcamztng furrace repairing and balfe 'Me 70 57 rs ' "2 ' r 11 , , .. , , - -. N 1 5 . ,N . F 1 . .4 . Q W S i 1 - 1 i 1 , A . . ' 3' r 4 ' 1 i A - .' 5 f' 1 n 5 ' ' ' 2 1, s- ry A , ' . . I , 1 ' eff - 1 7 I . first rt ' 3 Ma' urs, Dir hfie, , 1 , - , , he Q'-: d Q fr . 1 , r , ' , ' rx 1 - '. ' ' 4 ' r. , is 1 ' 'n is ' 1 ' ' . t 2 - rn 1 1 , l ' ' A ' 1 ' f 1 "' . ' : f ,a V s 4 ' i ' " is , ' .s A ' J " . 1 .' ' 1- ulcfed for enrolling girls in this program at the opening of next term Boys who are now l tl:,r.1'i1', ' r ' 11 1 11.415 - o 'i. - ' I - 4 11 I . . I l , ' 1 '1 1 1 rs " is - e 1 ,Q o111 , r ' , , , 3 ' I ' o ' - 1 t, 131- fi 1 1 ' ' ' 1 rn ,te J - '.'isio1 e . Y - e 1 Q 1 . '1 t yo r 11, or 1 1 ovs 1 - 1 -' tr ' ' 1 ' ' : , salesman, ' p r1s111 , 11 o i 1 '1 , 1 '.' , .i . 1 111-1 EC, Ph o Tf'3 ' lu111' - cg d ., 1 - .C ' . , 7 ' - .t t' 1 1. ,r, fliFf1lY'.lf'Q :sales Cl :e,'rir,C .' 1 t ' ." , 1 "1 1 ,er I U 414' l1rstHow Kreger Kallrta Ohltr-g Ken B hends Vollstedt Loltta born Ammon Kennel Slaton lohn Howard Welbes becond How Hagland bteckley Wamsley Vorderstrasse Owen Hoeter Walton Koster Koch Vernon Behrends Thlrd Hou Lovetoy Dtckson Feuerstem Wayne Gotn Magnuson ,ack G en Ktrk George brenz Fourth How Stetnmeyer Phtlhps Harold Whttaker Zehr Flamme Htcha d Whrtaker Merlm Marsh Ahart Vandevanter Parks The Albany F F A chapter had one ot tts best years The ottlce s were the tollowrng He cl Vollstedt presrdent Orvlle Ohltng vtce pr rdent Kenneth Behrends secretary Lelghton Hohner treasu er lack Kallna reporter lohn Welbes advlser Paul Kennel and ltrnmy Arnmon executive members Taklng agrtculture thls 'year were forty three boys and one g1rl the first rn Albanys htstory The members had thetr 13th annual Parent and Son Banquet tn the lunch room on De ce 'tb r 9 wtth one hundred ftfty four guests parents and boys attendtng Letters were awarded at th banquet to Dave Eaktn for publlc speaklng Kenreth Steckley outstancl vna sophomore lames Magnuson Don Heavy Stuart Gourley parllanr ntary procedure He d Vollstedt outstandlng member L lghton Hohner servlce award Kenneth Hehrends be t protect book Clttt Slaton soctal award Lollta Gotn outstandmg ophomore protect The Dtstrtct Parltamentary Procedure contest was won by the Albany team t h thtrd ttme tht gave them permanent oossesston of the ftrst place banner lane Magnuson repres nted Albany IH the drstrtct pubhc spealung ont st ttnmg second place The chapter has rented twenty ttve ac es Besrdes thts they have ntre ptg out c hares to rnembers and they have two lersey calves The boy harvested wenty ttve tons ot beets one 'housana tor ot ttlberts thtrty t ot carrot l tarn rs n ne d ot help The money was put rn the trea u y to pay charte expenses Stx rnerrbers won thelr Oregon Farmers Degr e Gordon Cooley Hex Btshop Lyle lvlacl-lagh Stanley Gourley Iohnny Grenz and Zalman Bond Thrs IS the largest nurn ber any ch ol ever re erxed at one tlme The chapter also a pfrtect core tr NIPHIFQ the Keystone Avtard Boy eltgtble tor therr dearees h wear are Letghtor Hohner Kerneth Behrends Lynn l-loeler LeHoy Parker B1llM1ller Heed Vollstedt Iames Magnuson and Bob Marsh The chapter aaaln thts year 1 enterlng the Natlonal Chapter Conte t lyle Mc Hugh placed s cond ln the Better Farmlng Contest to hool tn the W1llG mette Valley He also placed tn the Sears Ho buck Food tor Vtctory Contest for the state betng one ot the top three boys ln thts same contest tor chapters ln the tate the local chapter was one ot the tour top schools Lor n Krege won the state ptg lrtter con est Loltta Gotn ha entered the nattonal bwrtt es ay contest ln ratronal detens act1v1t1es the member of th chapt r have collected paper and t1 and have axeragea S150 ln stamps and bonds purcha ed 75a 20 58' " . 1 , '. , . . , e r , , ' ' ' , . , . . 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' ,Q ' ' I F Q 9 , 'F f ' ' . :s 0 I Www Glad 'K 5 F1rstBow Lytl Faulkner Frb Tycer Musgrave Carpenter Alexander Kean E Vollsteclt Second Row Groat Watson Godwtn Schulte Tannxch Conn Waggoner Cutter Thtrd Row Moore grey Fortmtller Long Tellefson Metge Knoltler K1tchen I Relley Fourth Row Schlegel Klutke McCla1n Colgan Menke Flsher Reuland Holmes Ftfth Row Peterson Slocum McDonald H Thompson Nelson Russell Douglas Odenthal Stxth Row Ellmgson P Eastman Anderson McMahan Hughson G1ngr1ch Ttgner Bennett Chtlds Seventh Row Wagner Yates McPherson Kemmhng Wtlbanks Lrbby Retley Beckman Agee Elghth Bow Kvanvlg C Ienks Ohllng Hood Sltton G Wulll Parker Hohner Ingram Haas Nlnth Row Wtlman V Wulft Ohllng Haley Anderson Adams R Thompson Densmore Bowman Swan Tenth Row Ioseph Opbrock Ryals Dolmeyer Havard Banks lacobs Htckrnan Schlegel Umted Nation wa chosen as our them for the yea At each noon meetmg me had a na ton repre ented wtth a corrrntttee xr charge olanntng the program The "1eet1ng noon were held th second Wednesday of each month Ruth Chllds VICE presldent Bev rly Lyle fcretary DOTIS Gtngrtch trea urer a cl Mary Faulkner ht torlan The aavlser of the club was Mrs Mary M Bennett At the formal ceremony held 1n October new memb rs were xnltxated 1nto the home maktng club One of the major successful GCl1V1lSS ol the members was the selltng ol hctdoas at some of the football games to rat e fu ds lo the club Cooperattng wtth the Grls Fed erallon the members sponsored the Chrtstrna program Sm e the club 15 es er1t1ally a se v1c organtza 1on 1t has ln nume ous :Jaws taken advantag of opportunttt s to be ol atd to the school and to the corrtrnunlty One of them was the donatlon of ftve dollar o the ur er' war chest fund The Q1 ls also sold school penctl The homernaktng club dld not neglect tts soctal oblxgattons durtng th fear A lotnt I-lalloween party wxth the F F A a 't ld tn the fall Fach ucceedlng rfonth ome type of soclal functlon was planned 'Me 70 5? - A . A ' 1 . i 4 ' : e, , to , , , , . . A ,, . , . , , f 1 - f 1 , A 4 I . 3 f V , , l I , s s l .e r. . ' t' s ' .. ' '. .. ' . .. ' s at e X . The leadership of the club this year was handled by Pearl Marie Tigner, presldentg , . A , A G A , 5 A A , . . Q VA . , 4 - , 1 , , V , .. ' . e . ' ' ' ' V . 's n , r , ' ' i - ' , ' . s . ' C ' , S .' ' r ' e ' t' , ' , ' . r ' e ' fe' . ' .. ' . ' ' . ' s Y c r .i . . 'r . . - , , A .A . . . A , e 1 . , ' ' . W A le . ' . . fs . ' .. s a o 4141111111 ew Frrst Row Slaton Wrlbanks Russell Smtth Baylls Faulkne Wtmer Second Row Iack Larsen hrb Long Carpenter Alexander Jenks Tnlrd Row Ierry Larsen Mr Rlchter Haley Trlpp Banks One of the busrest servlce orgamzatlons tr' Albany Hxgh School IS correctly called the LIVSWITSS The officers ot the club are Mary Faulkner prestdent Carolyn Ienks vlce presldent Betty Long secretary Pat Alexander treasurer Donna Wllbanks reporter and Mr Rxch ter advlser The followmg are the members elected from therr respectlve home rooms Davrd Banks l Luctlle Smrth 4 Ierry Larsen 8 Cal Hllclerbrand 10 Donna Wtlbanks lOl Mary Faulkner 102 Russell Trtp l07 Margaret Baylts l09 Clttt Slaton ll0 Betty Long L00 Carolyn Ienks 201 Pat Alexander 203 Carley Carpenter 206 Gerald Wxrner 207 Don Ha ley 200 Gertrude Russell Grrls Gym and Ralph Larsen Boys Gym 5' ww b Wagrer Hulbert l-lmkle Baldwtn Phrllxps Hood Teletson Banks Lhtlds Ienks Bowerman Talbot Zehr Thorrpson Thorp Roth The ltbrary Club IS an orgamzatton of students who have volunteered thelr SGYVICGS to assist Mrs Ch1lds wtth the ltbrary work Monthly meettngs are held to QIVE the students the opportumty to obtatn a better understanding ot the management and orgamzahon ot the hbrary They check books ID and out r patr books keep the ltbrary IH order and do many other tasks that make a well orgamzed ltbrary Ottrcers ot the club are Paulme Baldwm presrdent Maxme Ph1llxps vtce presrdent Elizabeth Banks secretary Ruth Thompson treasurer and Mrs Ch1lds advtser 'Me 70 60 0 l 211 1 1 r 1 11- - 11 1 1 -1 ' - 1 1 1 1 -fl 1 I - ' , . 1 1 1 1 1 , . . ,- 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' -1 1 1 1 - - n - C - 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 . t . . . . . 5 . . . 1 1 1 ' r I , , , , .. , . . O I 2406 n 4 Seated Sherman Aylward P astman M Mlller Thompson Mxss Lhase Bu kt art R eser P ebler Tlgner btandlng Magnuson Mcbmnt Reuland Bloom Ohlxng Fuller Preston Kltnge Ahart Zehr Seavy McClellan Shettreld Ma clcrck Spu geon Taucher Hobbs A new orgamzatton at Albany Htgh School thls year was the Student Book Gutld The membershlp was composed of students who purcha ed books each month from the Student Book Guild Because so many students were Interest d 1n purchaslng these book ofltcers were elected for the second semester Thetr duttes were to check the orders dtstrtbute the books and collect thxrty flve cents for each book The ofllcers elected were Carol Reeser presldent Stanley Spurgeon v1ce prestdent Anna Marta Aylward secretary Maxme Flunde treasurer and Mlss Chase advtser ..i..lL.. Katt 5 tnmye lthub Mcb axn Baylts Scott B mart P Lastman The cook and manager of the Albany Hrglf' School Catetena durrng the ,fear 1943 44 wa N' Kraft the asststants were Mlckey Tr hub Dorothy McCla1n Norma Brandt Clan bel St trrneyer and lean Scott The u ual count ot the students who ate every noon ran from seventy to one hundred To avotd the waste of Ioods the students were ISQUIFEH to slgn sllp ,vhlch were sent to the otlrce and counted The total number was then sent down to the catete IG Stnce thts gave Mrs Kraft an estlmate of how much food to prepare each day the method worked rr an economtc way Our motto rs We ol the kltchen crew Had lots of fun servtng you Gxvtng you your vttarnm goo So goodbye now and toodle oo' 'Me 70 61 1 t et- , 5 , ' , , I ,. 1 , , - r 51 1 r 1 1 r 1 A ' Q , - . V ' A A . 1 . I l f I , , 4 , - . , - , - - hf.v...............Q n..e...,,. 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' A 1 A f I 0 One Roth Pontxus Haley Aylward Ftelley lenks Seven H Van Leeuwen Bates Carpenter Tycer McMahan Anderson lvl Van Leeuwen Haas Alexander Knodell Tlgner The 17 Club IS a councll cons1st'ng ot ten senrors and seven IUHIOYS These atrl are selected by all the glrls 1n school for the1r outstandrng leadershrp scholarshlp QSTVIFS and personalrty Thls cornmlttee heads the Grrls Federatron of whrch every atrl IU cho l rs a member The group meets every Tuesday noon the Grrls Federatron and conducted by the 'nembers of l7 The otfrcers thts year are Dorothy Roth presldent Nadrne Knodell VICE pre raent Car olyn Ienks secretary Carley Carpenter trea urer and MISS Spence advlse Seven sophomores and three rumors Wlll ake the place of the outgorrz error nef year The lingle live, the Christmas formal dance held on December 23, was :sponsored by We Collms Sheffleld Peter on Neuman Wall1s Whelchel Eak1n Lawrenc Boylan F1sher Lance Haaley Flomer Ohlmg Tempel M rr1ll B1lyeu Ienrcms Zarones S Ohlmg Mtck Blanchard Vollstedt Reld Eastburn The l943 44 school year found the local chapter of the H1 Y playlng a VllGl part ID the act1v1+1es of the school and 1n th war effort Because of the shortage of help IH the harvest season the H1 Y boys along wrth the l7 g1rls helped IH harvest1ng a prune crop Cooperatxon of the boys as a club enabled them to patrol football rall1es conduct f1re dr1lls and part1c1pate 1n t1n can and paper collectxons Chrrstmas decorat1ons 1n the halls 1nclud ng the Chr1stmas tree were 1n charge of the H1 Y The club had the largest delegatron attendmg the round table d1scuss1on meetmg held ceremony whlch 1n1t1ated the new mernbers who compose Sweet Homes newly formed H1 Y Club Each member took h1s g1rl frlend to one of the church servxces and also hr mother to one of the church servxces Thls was a procedure enttrely new to the H1 Y but 1t proved qulte succ ssful' were Ed Tempel presxdent Art Blanchard VICE pres1dent Loren Off1 er for the year E1sher secretary Orv1lle Ohlmg treasurer Lor n Flome sergeant at a1ms Charles Whelch el chaplam and Mr Welbes advlser Durlng the f1rst semester Dave Ealan and lack WGlllS held the Olf1CeS of secretary and sergeant at arms respect1vely The adv1sory co'f1 m1ttee 1ncludes the followmg busmessmen Roy Stenberg Elmer W1ll1G'HSOH Roy Nut t1na Reverend D Wxlson laycox Roy Collms and Spencer Long Mr Long f1lled the va cancy left by Leo Btrd who was forced to re 1gn because of extra dUll9S 74a 70 63 sl H: ' , ' . - S , . , ' , . 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SENIOR GIRLS r1rstRov- bmlth bpores McCla1n Pontlus Vollstedt Bates MCGUITG McClellan Bloom lollmason Burkhart Baylrs Van Leeuwen Runkle Swan Aylward becond How Kutsch Pertect McMahan M Mlller Ahart Hewltt Fuller Hobbs Wrlbanks Knodell P hastman Marchzck Butter Klmge lhxrd How Holllcn L Ohlmg Yates Sternmeyer Baker Fmtel Koch Spreen Faulkn r Hass Lastmarw 'lhompson Mit hell Kvanlg Fourth How Harmon Arnold Ward Peebler Anderson Lxbby Rerley Roth Tlgner Preston Hucka Kropp IUNIOR GIRLS Fxrst How Lytle Van Leeuwen Harmon Aylward Ienks Arnold Gott Herr l:.rb Tycer Musgrafe butt Wells Agee Lzroat Hughston Wagner Carpenter beccnd How Gmarlch Mcl-'herron Watson Davts Mlller Cutter Wagner Slocum Peterson Bchlegel Beckman Kennedy Beatty Nevtus Thompson Ienks Alexander 'lhrrd How Mlller Colgan For n Phlllrps Schulze Hulburt Chtlds Nelson Wultt Ohlmg Kemmlmg Frsher lerb Walker Bowman lourth Row Holman 'l dlsch Vorderstrasse H9112 Horton Lelchly Schule Godwln Haley Bostrack Ambrosek Baldw1n Lamb davis limi' QM' . 1 SOPHOMORE GIRLS F1rtHovJ astburn Lacy Bradley Densmore Bowman Thompson Banks Ingram Haas Moor 'Valke K an lanmsh lnhub Howard Holt Bradley VJQIS Second Row Hllls Nleman Pesheck bttton Wullt Parker Hohner Swan Schlegel Cara Fotmrller Long Menke Ftsher Conn Voll tedt Relley Hmkle lhlrd How Brown Foley Anderson Adams Czowdy Holmes Iacobs Hlckman Klutke McDonald Husserl Douglas Odenthal lelelson Tharp Metge Hess Lamb Fourth How Hulburt Stetnmeyer Arp Bowerman Mustoe Turmdge Wells Helms Horton Kutch Bouvla Hall Kltchen Saylor Beckman llttt How Joseph Opbrock Heuland Wllkenson Hyals Dolmyer ollcr L cht llo Com Wllson Wlflte Vlan The Gxrls Federanon consrsts ot every glrl m hxgh school Thrs rs dlvrded lnto ev enteen groups each led by a member of l7 A grrls assembly was always held on th llrst Fnday of each month Thls year the programs were presented by the Home Economzcs Club l7 Club Glrls Athletlc As o CIGIIOH the Bell Telephone Company and a dancing troupe lrom Oregon State College the Ilrgle IIVG whlch was sponsored by the Glrls Federatlon and held on Decernbe 23 was a real success' The gymnaslum was beautltully decorated w1th Chnstmas trees and the muslc was furnlshecl by Alton Benedlct and hrs orchestra The olhcers are Dorothy Roth president Nadme Knodell v1ce pres1dent Ca olyn lenks secretary Carley Carpenter treasurer and MISS Spence adv'ser Q., til.-:lvl 1 7 N' '1 1 5' fl 'Q lr 1 C as Q 0 Q ' Q Q 5 as f 5 ' 3 .5 I R it K if A 1 Egfr ' aiu I 1 B B A i l 9 3 Q ,,1, 1 1 .V L' ., 'C A 'L A 2 A M. ff .H V 'ui ,, 'l-W 5 e" ' R V- -vw H. . "'- l..J ' 1 - 1' , I , I A, J V1 v l ' E Kn ll I, ll,'VlflCTl new--1, gdddtyd SENIOR BOYS lrtrst How Hadles Muller Olson Landgrat Lance T mpel Peterson Cowgtll L en Io ns Vargo Ienktns bfcond l-low Behrends Wtdmer N Peterson Moench Godwtn McGtnms Spurgeon Dotw L oclt Heuland Narqms laucher Ihtrd rlow Propst Hoeter Schrock Cutts Btlyeu Allen L Roth E Roth Wtlson Archtbad Nat Fourth How Lehr Allard Btrchlteld Htldebrandt Boylan Homer Ohltng Lawrence Wlce' 1 E' .io t IUNIOR BOYS Frstrtow Vandevant r Byers lalbot Wtrrer Borter Neuman Ohltng Behrends Kreger Kaltna Kennel Copeland Second How Cqreaerson Lonnet Yokum Wldmer Ruckert Erb K nagy Flamme Walton Wtlbanlf Blanchard Ftsher Long lhtrd How Boylan Ahart Hottman lrtpp Pesheck Ford Zarones Banks Haselton bchrock L Hath Fourth How Paks Haven Llltson Hountree Lole Canoy Hornback Cowgtll Htcse Kelly Hadff rletns Mtchele QQ SOPHOMORE BOYS l st How Blankenbake Blohm Held Haley Mtck Lastburn Vorde Strasse Owen I C1 n L1 ben Lars n Ienktns Second How Loveloy Schumaker Stecnley Wamsley Ntssen Govro Koch Koster Long bat a 'net Feuerstetn lhtd How Hag' nd heavy Lampbell tiurtord ORou ke Forkner March W Gon lf x Derdt k Dtckson ou h How Hobetson Anderson Ha man Bowman Clutter Mtx Gutnn Du en Has r he Assoctated Bullaogs has comoleted an acttve and successful yea C cectallv throgah the 1ntra'rural acttvtttes Th1S crgamzatton whlch lPClUd9S all boys tn hool gtves everyone a c ance o pa ttctpate tn the sport he ltkes Every boy are Q the three mayor or rrunor league teams dependtng Jpon hrs abtltty and s1ze Ganes anl other cornoetttton are held durtng the noon hours Acttvtttes of the organtzato smoothly under th dtrectton of Coach Marttrt and Iohnrue Reuland . , Q ,V . ii. . no 1' -Y v , 3 I v ' 3 t A' . , , , , e , , , ar: , : tcn life-rrzlt " ' : ' ,,,,, , . , , , l , . 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'rv We-f iw thf Ip- I.f:' " f,'1ri'- 1-I v 1 X 1-9 I2 and gan! goactoze Ftrst Row Fmtel Wells Agee Propst Parker Rohner Ienks Elma Hewltt Second Row Frsher Greqerson Helms Ohlmg Kemmllng Huahstor' Reeser Holt Ienks Lytle Godwm D Campbell Bllveu Thrrd Row Sherman Crocker Schumaker Russell Wtlson Bloom Erb Barker Allen Holt Groat Vargo Vollstedt Slaton Fourth Row Govro Cutts A Campbell Stewart E Hewxtt Ford Bowman Hall Kean MCGUIIG Tycer Luper The Albany Hlgh S hool Band under the d1rect1on of Loren I Luper IS one of the 'nost popular organrzatlons of th school Wtth the war on the band members have had to change thexr schedule a ltttle Because of a shortage of gas they took no long tr1ps thts year Among the acttvrttes 1n whxch the members took part were the basketball and foot ball games and the bond drtve programs They played for the U S O but the mam act1v1tv thls year was the paper drlve They collected about frfty tons of paper Thetr annual concert was held on March 17 The offlcers of the band are Don Bllyeu presldent Reed Vollstedt VICE presldent and Eleanor MCGUITS secretary treasurer Parents of the members of the band make up the Band Boosters Club Thls club has encouraged and helped the band all through the year An outstandrng event of the club ts the sponsorshlp of a paper drrve whlch rs betng carrled out by the band Of the frfty tons of paper expected to be collected practlcally all of the goal has been reached There IS no regular t1me for the meetmgs They are called when something comes up maktng 1t necessary lor a meetlng Banquets and partles have been grven by the Band Boosters Club for the beneltt of the band members Other dutles of the club mclude looking after the unlforms making sure they are clean and IH shape and supplyrng new unltorms rncludmg unxtorms for the drum malorettes Offtcers for the club are the followlng Mrs Belle Bloom presldent Mrs Ralph Barker v1ce presrdent Mrs E R Erb secretary and Mr Gregerson treasurer 7k 70 67 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 , , , .- I, . , , I 4 1. 1 1 1 f1 1 - 1 . 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - 1 1 - 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 . F . . . C . . 1 9 . , ' 1 4 . . . ., 1 1 1 ' 1 , . - . 1 . ' 1 , . 1 1 1 , . . , , I I ' 1 - 1 A 1 1 1 1 . ORCHLSI HA Standmg Cutts Mr Luper Seated I Holt Ienks Ford Godwm Flntel D Campbell Walker Stewart Wells Buyer. Allen Vargo Barker Ljtle Slaton Sherman Holt Cowgrll hlmor Hewitt A Campbell Wilson Elma Hewttt S Wagner The Albany Hrgh School Orchestra has proved qurte popular th1s year because of the many actrvttres 1n whlch 1t has partlclpated The orchestra performed for a combrned as sembly of senror h1gh 1un1or h1gh and grade school puplls on the twenty thrrd of Decem ber On the evemng ot March 17 a concert was glven to the publrc Every other week a program was presented over statlon KWIL The orchestra also played for the semor class play and commencement exercrses Thrs year the orchestra proved versat1le by lntro duclng popular muslc Ottlcers of the orchestra are Keith Allen presrdent Betty Fmtel vlce presrdent and Geraldrne Holt seoretary treasurer Mr Luper lS the advlser and drrector Personnel of the orchestra lnclude V1OllTlS Clarmets Oboe Bassoon Saxophones Cornets Trombone Ba s Barltone 'Me W Dennls Ford Myra Fern Walker Beverly Lytle Kerth Allen Allen Campbell Shrrley Wagner Betty Fmtel Gwyneth Wells Geraldrnc Holt leannette Barker Ruth Sherman Kenneth Cowglll Shlrley Wllson Ieannette Ba ker Dorf Bllyeu Davrd Campbell Corrrne lenks Duane Vargo Elrnor Hewrtt Russell Stewart Pat Holt 6? 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CHORUS first row' xtoltllch, L Vorderstrasse, Slocum, Schulze, Beckman, Beatty, Harmon, Arnold Aylward Kemmling Nevius Mrs McMullen 5 orzd How Mar n hastburn Whrtaker Hadley Spores Perfect Wtlklnson Nelson Runkle Jom Wagner lt d How Mrck -lassman Vargo Hoth Mlx Wldmer Hobertson Heed K Vordc stasse Ho nback Not rn plcture Gmgrlch McPherson Crocker Yates The chorus ol Albany htgh school has been an organtzatlon for many fears At p es ent rt 1s under the dlrectlon ol Mrs Clare McMullen who has been the hrgh school rrusrc rnstructor lor th past three years Throughout the year the chorus oresented varlous programs The smgers took part rn the Chrrstrnas Assembly and appeared several tunes over the KWH. weekly school broad cast Each year the Cho us always presents an operetta Thrs Spflng the product1on was a comedy called Hearts and Blossoms The olflcers for thls year were as follows Loren Roth presldent Duane Varqo v1ce presrdent Vera Beatty secretary treasurer and Mrs McMullen adv1ser GLEE CLUB Gay Flsher Tanmch Ioseph Betty Long at prano 5 cond ri A Lo a bon bwan Bradley Lacy Douglas Opbock Say or He e Menke Fortmlller Whlte d How Van 'mls rt lburt Shouse Sxtton Haas Huark Lucht Wultt Howad Schlegel The Glee Clstb under th dlr ctlon of Mrs McMullen ha had a very tfcesstul year The Clee Club thls year was accompanled by Betty Long Thts aroup COmD1PDd 'hexr talen' Nl h the chorus rn the ma1or muslc evefmts of the season 'Me 70 9 V Q, , D , ,c .. , l Fzrst How Vzctor Kean, Dolrneyer, Sternmeyer, Wrlkxnson, Mrs. McMullen, Hyals, U, lo' " llhf I' 1 ,A 'I , l , A , , , 1 , ll 'lhzr " x l 1 , hu I , ,,,, " I ' e ' e ' , . , , s 5 -, as , 1 0 6 gooawzelal 'IK Kneellng Nelson Roth Lclstman Standmg Bates Ienklns Hannatord Swan Lawrence Musgrave Herr Larpente Vollstedt Cutter West Govro Haas After a slow start s hool pep was brought to a hgh mark under three exoenenced senlor yell leader Cec1l lenkms lerry Haas and Betty Bates Later Bob Govro a sophomore was elected to help carry on ln the future An enttrely new schedule of yells was worked out and wa of a var1ety that no other school m the valley had shown The velts were put on a ba rs of gesturmq and clowmsh acts by the yell leaders IH order to promote more mterest tn school pep Thls IS belxeved to be the fxrst of thts type of yell leadmg to be rxtroduced mto A H S These four top notch leaders could be counted on for every athlettc contest through out the year to help spur our teams on to vlctory They were also responsxble for the splrlt shown at pep a sembhes and pre game ral tes 7k 70 70 t r " , . ,.C . 4 S- , , .. , , , Q . h, S . - - sms. pw, 'muff ' Sfagegzew il Mc'vial"ar Ohlxng Faulkn r Lawrence Roth Magnuson Harmon Wllbanks lenkln Vargo Arnold MGTCh1Ck Tlgner Dramatrcs had to be cut lh1S year Because of Mrs Crelghtons heavy schedule only the seruor class play Kmd Lady was produced Krnd Lady was adapted by Edward Chodorow from a story by Hugh Walpole Throughout the play the author sought to keep the audlence ln suspense The actors under the d1rect1on ot Mrs Cretghton carrred out the plot very well The leads were taken by Pearl Marchlck as Mlss Herrles fthe Klnd Lady J and Du ane Vargo as Henry Abbott The supporttng cast were Mr Edwards Cecll Ienklns Mrs Edwards Pearl T1gner Ag gre Edwards a kleptomamac Betty Harmon the 1'I'lG1d Bonme Arnold Lucy Weston Mary Peter Bob Lawrence Gustav Rosenberg Art Ohl1ng and Mr Foster lames Magnuson A large crowd attended the play and lt proved to be one of the most successful sen1or plays of Albany Hlgh School 'K The stage crew prepares the stage for plays assembl1es and movxes and then han dles the llghts curtalns and change of sc nery durmg the productlon Much valuable ex perrence as well as fun IS derlved from thrs work Some curtallment because of the war has been necessary but st1Il much work has been done Member of the crew znclude Cal Hlldebrandt Don Phlllxps Ray Wlamer Norman Peterson Loren Roth Leland Hassler Kenneth Burlord Calvin Denms Duane Vargo and Lloyd Zehr wtth Mr Mlckelson as adviser The stage crew was active m preparlng for the plays Kxnd Lady and Guns A Blaz ln ' the operetta Hearts and Blossoms and many other programs durmg the year A150 some permanent lmprov ments back stage have been completed 7k 70 . t . ., ' , . e , . ,-, , , , , . Faulknerg Ada Abbott, Donna Wilbanksg the Doctor, Loren Roth: Phyllis, Ierry McMahang , : . ' 2 A , t ' , ' , - e , ' ' , - . 2 I ' 'Jaw fi' 264505 110,44 2 Eakin Boylan Ford Templ Lance Ewing Merrill Zarones lohnston -la lton Wcst Spencer M1 k Martin Ecstburn Roth Sheffleld Vargo Ienkin Crocker Hassmen The old wild west exploded ln real western fashion on March l0 when the Quill and Scroll oresented a two act meller drammer entitled GUNS A BLAZIN written and di rected by Zed Merrill and Ed Tempel The cast included all boys who took the feminine as well as the masculine roles The following characters had mayor parts in the show Bill Lance Easy Zarones Ze Merrill Ed Tempel Dennis Ford Cecil Ienkins Bud Spencer Bill Ewing Al l-laasman ack Boylan Bob West Dave Eakin Clyde Martin Loren Roth lim Crocker Duane Vargo and lim Iohnston This production proved to be one of the funniest comedies that the high school has ever produced ?zo9fmm March lU marked the day of the birth of a new program devised to provide recrea week end nights A plan was tried successfully whereby each class sponsored the pro gram on different nights All teen agers were welcome and any type of entertainment wa found in the gari line besides the usual dance line A special program was also worked out each night as an added attraction The officers were Cecil lenkins president Dick Held vice p esident Barbara Anderson secretary and Carley Carpenter treasurer The Board of Directors acted as representatives of each class They included Sen ior class Zed Merrill and Bob Moench Iunior class Bob Neuman and Carolyn Ienks Sophomore class Glen Mick and Ieanette Reiley An advisory council of business people added much to the success of this organization They vere M Mkesell Mrs Frank Zarones M E C Fortrniller Mr Ray Barrett Mis Ma lorie Quigley Mrs S Long and Mrs Tlgard 74a 70 7 I se , A , , 'c , ' , , , . . . 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I I I tion for high school teen-agers who find that they have that 'lnothing to do" feeling on - , ' ss ' re Waonamzoec The all rmportant Chrrstmas Prom whrch was sponsored by the 17 grrls was grv en December 22 rn the gym wrth Al Bennrng band playmg The grrls spent a great deal of ttm decoratlng for thrs dance A beautlful huge lrghted Chrxstmas tree stood 1n the mlddle of the gym Wllh a forest of smaller ones encrrcllng the floor Thls was a formal Droarafn dance wrth Santa Claus appearrna at nterrnlsslon Everyone enyoyed them elves thoroughly March 31 rn the Albany Hrgh School gym was the scene of the Sprrng Prom presented by the Senlor cla s Thts also was a formal affalr at whrch Al Benmng and hrs band agam played Everyone was also danctng May 19 at the annual Senror formal prom Thrs 1s the year ly dance of the school and only the lumors and the Senrors are admltted Last year the lumor class gave a very pretty dance Wlfh Bob Platner and hrs orchestra from Oregon State College The Senor class should be congratulated on the money they rarsed IH order to secure thrs well known popular band Every Tuesday and Thursday there was a noon dance tn the lower hall for anyone who wrshed to dance The musrc was furnxshed by the school electrxc phonograph w1th record sweet and swlng old and new brought by the students Most of the dances were boys or grrls tag whrch were a lot of fun Srnce there was always a l1velv crowd everyone had a wonderful ttrne These dances were under the drrectlon of Bob Newman and Bob Lawrence , . . n rf ' " - . , r ' S . , 9 ..-. I I . . A S , . , , , . . S - - , - . 70wzDfzdae4cuwl,-4 " Spent Ucmcee 'K ln these war times Albany High School has been more than outstanding in the war effort. During the spring term of last year a scrap metal drive was probably the most note- worthy activity. The seniors collected 154 tons to cap first prize in a hot contestg the rumor: were secondg the sophomores, third, Other drives were the silk stocking drive, in which the Latin club brought in lUO0 :silk stockings, and a victory corsage sale to help with proceeds for the carnival The-we corsaaes were made by the Latin Club Gnd were decorated with war tamps which nrtte forty one dollars Last fall the l-li Y and l7 went prune picking The l7 won the conte t for pirk ing nore prgnes than th H1 Y That the F F A was very active this year was proved by the fact that the club picked one thousand pounds of filberts pulled thirty five tons of car ots and harvested twenty five tons of beets The members also won a regional food for vrctory contest The band and the orchestra conducted a paper drive in which approxtmately fifty ton waste paper were aathered Ronald Ellison a rumor industrial art student made a pamphlet rack for the Albany S O club which was highly appreciated The student body ha gone out whole heartedly for all of the bond drive The Fourth War Loan was the most successful with Albany High School going over it quota Al bany Senior H gh School bought 3525 990 35 Cwhich alone was more than S1500 in eyce of the entire county quotal This year the P T A and the school have been grand about giving dances for the students The students really appreciate thi for they ndust have time for relaxation and dances are a fine recreation Every Tuesday and Thursday noon a dance has b en held in the lower hallway Bok Lax rence Bob Neuman and other students have worked hard making the e dance a success Abnut every Friday nrght after ball games the American Legion parents have hel a ca ce at the Legion lnall During these dances Easv s band usually played and pop wa old Everyone always had a grand ttme lovember 5 the P T A sponsored a dance in the gym Throughout the evening V1 i were played and eats were erved The rnu 1C was a record machine cnua f 8 iver id ,range tal was t e scene ot the annua pin 'er ip fd .f h great amuse e t or e girls bought and ent the boys or age Nert af f therni ook them hcaie opened the doors for them and had fully all the qualification o a ue gentle worn n On e other hand the boys took their par v eli Ly puttir of in ther hai complaining a out g 'ting home ea lv to put up their hair 'J mari: rwier funny experiences February 25 March 24 and May 5 the P T A have sponsored nice octal dance f the t dent and hc parents really go to a lot of work to make good partie for u n all school dan h ld in the A H m arch l9 tu len s This was sponsored by the Senior class Thi rust about concludes the activtties along the lines of sport dance and the tu i h to tha k the long suffering pa ents teachers school and the oth eopl ri s this year All th 'udents h ye had a good or all th da ce have help d to rriake high chool life more enroyable 'Me 70 74 J J . ' ' s . ., ' ' 2 ,ff t .- .. ., . . I .. ,, g 5 .J f Q z.. - ' J e P . V A , V Y' ' ' . . Q ., . , . of . 4 . . . s - ' ,s. . .. , ' ' 'ss , - . Q . . AQ . P D , S I . J v , , : x ' s , up rl , , . , . ' . . ' C, ig. rr es 1 , , , A , , . . , , , ' , . ' , fe.. tri , R' - s',e a M t l , r h r e Q . l MS J F.. Sk' that hilarious sports dance xr, which the girls: invite and take the boys The evening progreq, :T 'sn . . n, f th ' . .' c s V F 1 . , te: f ir 'AA - .C . " th . , 7 ' ts Je ', ' i N 'rr tl 'Je-rs ' 'r 'r, ' '. b ef e r . Q , nd e ' , e , , . . , , . . .' rs ' Hz: or . :5 'L e za, t . A - 3 ' , Q11 .1 A ce was e ' . . S, gy , M , for the benefit of all :fs 7 t,. I ' ... 1 . ' ' ' 7 ' . . s, fi d- ents n t . -.i ', r ., . ., , . . er pe n e W1 c have been tt'v.'ell" to us . 1 ., e s. A- . . ar . ' time, .cl exe r. es . e . .. ' s ' . , The rov d was s11ent the orchestra was playmg the malestlc stram of a trlum hant march and ev ryone was lookxng on wrth awe Ves rt was the long walted nrght of the Albany Hlgh School carnrvat The prmcesses enter d Ftrst entered Prlncess Darlene Spr en wrth he e cort VV'11l1CI1'1 Ewrng next was Prmces B tty Bate w1th her e cort Tom Co Nglll then Prln ess Carley Carpenter wlth Iack Wallls escortlng her next came Prrncess Betty Tearsch wrth Farl Both then Prrncess Carolyn I nks mth Bobert West Prrncess Betty Long and Art Blanchard Prmcess Ieanette Betley and Bob rt N uman and Prrncess Edrth Vollstedt wxth Don 1-lcley A breatn was taken the trun pets blared and the lovely charmlng Queen Donna 1 enterea Ves Donna JV1lbonk thrs y ar was rulmg over the 1944 carmval A she ent red the stage Stud nt Body Presrdent lor n Flomer escorted her to the f'ro Jmng pos1t1on Then the strong emphatlc words were spoken 1 now crowr' you Queen Donna 1 to rergn over the 1944 annual A 1-1 S carnrval Agarn the band played and Queen Donna took the throne wtth her at tendants ea ed by her The Mam Show was rn the audrtorrum as usual wlth the theme of the show The Sptrlt of 44 The Semor Class chose the theme of the Army Camps Each class had twenty mlnutes rn wh1ch to present thelr act and the senrors presented 1t 1n two parts The f1rst part was the 1mprov1ng of the barrack for a canteen and the second act was the show ln the canteen that nlght The Iunlor act wa based on The Presldentral Elect1on of 1944 Th1s was an amusmg and comlcal act The Sophomores chose as thetr theme New Records Thls was a frrvol ous comrcal act featurxng the new records of the t1me The day of the carn1val opened wrth a very colorful parade through the streets of Albany Three bands furmsh d the musrc and home rooms were ID charge of the entrles Thrs Nas followed 1n the afternoon by a county track meet rn wh1ch Albany took hlah honors At mght the brg show consrsted of the coronatlon and class performance IH the audltorrum The aud1tor1um was fllled to capaclty wrth all seats re served After the show eye yone went over to the gymnastum where they en oyed concesstons staged by clubs Dancrng telegrams dart games fortune tellmg and penny throws were featured All ln all, the whole program for the day was excltlng, colorful, and verv thnlhng 744 70 75 A r' r ' ' ' A q , . . 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J . , , A S v r ' x S ' T , A V - 1 1 , I . , +3-fs K1 'W' ,.,-- ,mb 1-el "' rf f vs 6 76e70 76 Sddou 'K ?aq4, ,4-uf 0464249 Ei-J 77546444 cjaa, Zara, 84:54 Om CLYDE MARTIN Mr Martln our basketball and track coach was born IH Montana He went to Red mond High School and whlle there he became a tlve sport letterman Llntteld College where he majored 1n physlcal educatlon and became a three year letterman 1n track claxms h1m as an alumnus Before comtng to Albanv Mr Martm taught for two years at Condor' and two year at Redmond he also spent three months ln the Merchant Mar1ne Mr Martin was handtcaped by comtng here after school started but he has done a good 1ob as coach He has an average team m basketball and as tt usually takes a wh1le to IOHN WELBES Mr Welbes known to all as Iohnny was born rn Portland He was a four sport letter man whrle he was at Gresham H1gh School He graduated from Oregon State College where he took an agncultural course Mr Welbes taught at Dayton for two yecrs untrl he accepted the posrtton of agrx Cultural teacher at Albany Hlgh Mr Welbes has been the Smith Hughes lnstructor here for hve years and lh1S year he was also football coach He was short on rnatertal thls year because very few lettermen returned bu the story w1ll be dlfterent next trme Whrle Albany did not w1n many games the team was known for lts good sportsmanshlp and cooperatlon 744 70 77 get a new system installed, it should really go places next year. F1rst Row Erb Kennell Spencer Allard Peterson Moench Zaro e eccnd Row Flshex Allen Ea tburr S Ohlmg Cowg1ll Flomer Merrxll A Ohlma Boylan Thlrrl Row l-laselton Sheffleld Borter Lance Kelly Cults Ewmg l-xassman W1lbanks West A f the Bulldogs lack of we1ght and experlence was not hmdrance enough they we e plagued by IDIUIIGS the entxre season A Ohllng and Boylan were forced to drop thelr football careers because of leg lTllLll'19S Others who suffered less SGYIOUS 1n1ur1e During the season there were varlous thrllls whlch we all remember Oberstallers slxty two yard run Shefflelds beaut1ful defensxve play at Eugene Zarones pass 1ntercept1on agalnst Gresham S Ohlmg knocklna Hlcks 'or a loop on the one yard l1ne the powerful end runs of Corvallxs and the ttme the half t1me gun went off when the Bulldogs were on Oregon Ctty s one yard l1ne Even though our eleven dldnt have a remarkable season wrnmng two tylng one and losmg four the boys played good ball Wm or lose 1t IS playmg the game that count The boys played well enough to score forty four polnts to thelr opponents s1xty slx None of thrs seasons Bulldogs were on the All State flrst team but S Ohlmg Shef fxeld and Moench were on the honorable mentnon team Flomer was leadmg scorer wrth four touchdowns 76' ' . I , , f , ., , , rx s S 2 ' , S -, . ' . ' , , S i , . . . I that allowed them to play were Cowgill, Erb, Spencer, Moench, Ewing, and N. Peterson. 70055455 756 Zfhfziwuzd BASKETBALL Fxrst Bow lempel Flomer Moench Rucker! Merrxll S cond How Spencer Zarones Kennel Ohllng Hems BASKETBALL PLAYERS Zed Mernll Senlor Guard Ze-ds fxrst year becauee of knee 1nJury very fast and GQQYSSQIVG Ed Tempel Sentor Guard Ed and Zed worked together rn the front court used long shots eflectlvely played 1n every game Bob Moench Semor Center Bob developed late 1n the season our mamstay on the backboard only 5 ll but plenty rugged Loren Florner Senlor Forwa d captaln of the team QQQFGSSIVS at all umee rnamtam d teams Splfll and unlty Oz me Ruckert lunlor Forward Ozzie was hlgh 'scorer for te team h u e hm fades and Speed very well outstandlng neyt year Bud Spencer SSDIOF Guard ehorteet man on squad but the Scrapplest very ag are SIVG at all t1m S Art Ohlmg Semor Guard Art wae handtcapped by a leg 1r11urY VGYY ClL1lCk and a good shot Drclf Frb ,umor Center D1Ck was only 5 lU but had a lot ol apr ng 1n hte lege and eerapp d or the loan good pospeet for next year 'Easy Yarones lunlor Forward clever ball handler need eyperlence and wtll xrnprove 'text year Paul Kernel lunlor Forward Paul wa blg and rugged ,I aaare Qtve need a ltttle more poll h for the 'text 'season Good prosp cte from the B Squad lor next year Q varetty are Bob Neuman Swede Oh una Al Ha man and Don Eaetburn 'Me 70 6' ff I , , , ' , ' V - .. - I A I M - I I . 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Zaaketladi Z 64265415 Sciedcd 'Y cw e 'K 746 706vzZwmcZ Standmg Fortler Allard Blaylock Long Velkmburg Hayes Flame Kennel Leach D Boylan Buchanan Slit ng Eakm A Ohllng Spencer Fortler S Ohlmg Merrlll Bllye I Boylan Fxsler The Bulldog nme at present IS Albanys foremost athletrc team They have a more lmpresslve wm record than any other hlgh school baseball team rn the state The l1neup of the l943 Bulldogs was graced wlth an abundance of stellar veteran baseballers From was Bud Fort1er leadoff man and shortstop who pulled the Bulldogs out of a hole mo e than once Archle Haye gave no l1ttle contr1but1on wxth h1s f1ne chuckmg performances Not to be den1ed credrt are the others of th team Spencer beh1nd the plate Merrtll t second A Ohhng on th hot corner Bxlyeu and the Boylans rn the outfxeld Spencer wa lead1ng h1tter wrth a 424 average wh1le lvferrlll topped freldmg averages wtth a perfec 1000 rnark The Bulldogs nearly made a clean sweep of the season los ng only to the 104th Txmberwolves who were State Sem1 pro and Northwest serv1ce teams Champ1ons No hxgh school was able to glve the Bulldogs a very close game as the Blue and Goli pushed 82 runs across the plate to thelr opponents 23 m hxgh school play -' i I ' , . '. , , Z, - ' , ' . ' 11. leadoff man to the last slugger, they were a great, hard-hitting team. Perhaps their star . . e V , I . G , . ' e . , ' ' ' , s gaeefaff 60444 'K 71am can 'K 74a 7040z!wc9zd aaoffeaaeau Y l I lx HASELTON AND REULAND I Grenz Kalrna S Ohlrng Lance Seavy Ammon The Albany I-lrgh School Intramural Program under the dlrectron of Clyde Martm and the leadershtp of lohnnt Heulancl ls one of the most successful branches of the hrgh school sports Because of hrs clutte as Edttor rn Chlef of the Annual Drck Haselton assrsted hum rn the admrnrstratron ot he onna sports program The guldmg element whlch influenced the admrnrstratton of the rn ramu al program thts year was the mherent deslre of each boy IH school who was unable to partlcxpate 1n mayor athletrc act1v1t1es to have a chance to partlclpate tn ports rr th fleld of hts ab1l1ty Added rntere t wa yen tntrarnurals thts year because of the certlflcate of ment that was presented to the o gamzatton wmmng the most champlonshlps durmg the year ln all l1nes of sports Stx gamzatlons paruclpated IH the varrous contests of whrch basket ball boxmg wrestlrng and volleyball were the mam branches of competrtlon 'ide 70 X4 ,Yu . . e - 4' ' . . 7 my .s 2 , . I .5 4 , o . r ., s . . e , . , os s '11 . . H B A Y . . A . . . . , , . .. o .... , , '7 0-mfezof ri' 'K ' Q .,,A,' X -- ' 2. ' rw, 5 t, l .Q A if lf C' if 'E l ""' 5 ,t gy sv! . 2 'gy Flrst Row S Ohllng O Seovy Alldrd Second Row MCGIHHIS l-lcxglund Whltaker Shellleld ORDER OF A F1151 Row Allard Bllyeu Lutts Lcmdgrol N Peterson O L rv Flomer S cond Holt Lon Fc smcm MCC, nn s Lo on Lrb cl' Tempel Nloencl' d of. Seton hcstb n BO1lC1D S e"1ed H 'd b dnl Zcxrones Wxlbcnkb All Albany l-hgh School boys who rncuored tn off c Q our .Jor l rrrted Q club known Gm the Order of A The four moto vt cr e 0 ff Q t acre and ooeeboll Olflcers thls year were Zed Merrill preeldent Emi Sree' e IICO f v er' Fuofme rones secretory treaeurer Bob Moench sergeant at Q rv- b 1 Jw 74a 70 X5 , 4 K, r ' 'Y rx. nv u : , , ' , , , O funny Isl'-rrtll, ru-n .-l Je ': Ce, . 3 , 'L . , 15: , H. .'-rt Qowgxil, F '- 1.311 'lhxr H 'rg H: -l. , ur , " , I .. lu 'ln ar r ft frntxns, A 'l:.,r.1 A ' .. f th, f rizzor ,af ts, C A. ' , ,or spone r, foot' all, buff. :th ll, .r l, . l ' ' . .4 7 'N ,f..C-r, " ,-grf.aQ'l,.,g .. 4,... Zo- ., - . 5 , I - - rrrpsp ,Hi Mr. wfizrtln, dd' ser 0 ' , , AX! MISS MARIORIE HERB tw Morlore T-lerr generollv known 1 t H vrn recexv 'J h r eorlv ichoohnq ot Woodburn Htgh School Woodburn O gon from WlllCl1 Qhe qroduotecl 1 e Qprmg of l936 After completlrg ll1Ql'1 QCI'lOOl ent ed Wtllornette Untve btty onfl t e e recelved her Bachelor of Art degree Upon oroouotton from Wtllomette he occcpte l e pos1t1on of tecxchmg gtrls cxthelt1cs ot Hood Rtver Htqh School where he touoht tor two yectrs ouqhthletshrf 'we mn: 'ut f r eo flfouqlp, and umbllnq tecrm CI port l fy A A t VCT! crt J FI tlvrty The Jun or proud to have her cr th 1 our r y e o ere Club rx newly orgdntz l ltl thot r orhote hco pmt onfl yep 76a Wdalwaad 6' 6 4 ' ji ' i, . , , A GTS 'urn " err" or "G, ' Q' e , A 1l'1 . ' , t - '. ' , ' , she -M or c ' . ' , h r A A 5 - A Q ' , ' -, fi , 2 il th ' ' ' ' ,' ' 3 A 'Y , ss 4 . Alth V. f 6 its. j-r1r Crt Alt- 'I H. l, Alle h 1.2 :lr rl' ,r Yh QC V1- tolity to our school. She is the frivifaor ot the G A A She ho.: clevelopefl the curls' t ' . . . o. J , in o U c 1 w .hufile C ' A . 1 clam S 'ef f yer, Min: He r 1: fllso the fzrcpllt Inetiibx of the 'ABC ,fif- . ,' ," ' ef ct J .r .1 tc. l Q: , . Q, Wann ,4wcvzaf4 Haas Bates Van Leeuw n To aclnleve the development of all around a1rls IQ the goal of the Gtrls Athlettc Asso c1at1on Emphasls IS placed on leadershlp cooperatron scholarshlp and the rnterest shown 1n school act1v1t1es Each year the G A A members vote for the g1rls who they thlnk have been 'nost outstandlng ln the e quahtles during the1r three years 1n hrgh school These glrls are presented w1th the Athlet1c Honor Pm Thls award IS the hlghest honor QIVSH a g1rl by the athlet1c department Th1s year three gtrls were chosen by the members Ierry Haas th1s years presldent of G A A has played on volleyball ba ketball and softball f1rst stnng and all star teams whlle 1n hlah chool Durtng he sophomore year she was chosen to be a member ot 17 She was yell leader durrnq her tumor and semor year and ts a member of the newly organrzecl Boosters Flub tn volleyball basketball and softball She has been actlve IH 17 to whvch h Nas elect ed ID her sophomore year ID Glee Club and Grrls Sextet and rn Secreta tal Club She was vtce pres1dent of G A A tn her lumor year She rs a member ot the Boosters Club a pep orgamzahon Herd ma Van Lee-uwen known to almost eve yone as Hank h al pl yed on volleyball basketball and softball flrst strxng and all star teams ffurlnq 'ter three years of hxgn school In her Junxor year she was voted 1n to be a member ot l7 an honor arv glrls orgamzahor' She lS also a member ot he Home EC Club ana 1 VICE p est dent of the Secretarxal Club 744: 70 X7 Betty Bates, the second member of this trio, has played on first string and all-star teams . . . . 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