Albany Union High School - Whirlwind Yearbook (Albany, OR)
- Class of 1951
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NVH I RLWIEND
ASSOCIATED STUDENT BODY
,fXl.BANY HK il I SCHOOL
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Mr W H Dolmyef
To Nlr Dolymer who was admxred by all the students who worked wxth hxm
thls lnnual IS dedxcated Mr D was always mterested nn the smallest problems of
all 1 e student body
'Ihe srudenrs of Albany Hxgh were glad to see Mr Dolymer go on to a better posmon
but mr xurhout 21 small rwmge of partmg pam
Thx dednmuon IS a token of our great adm1rat1of1
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From left to right John Bucknum tC1erkJ Orvil Wiseman I R Halseth fSuDt of Abany Schoolsl
George Nissen Ralph Benton lCha1rmanJ Ben Pharis James Weatherford
All of the affaxrs concernmg the govermng of the schools nn Dnstnct 5 are handled by
the Board of Dnrectors They are the men who are responsnble for the well constructed
system of educatxon facxlmes that are avaxlable to the youth of Albany and the sur
The major problem thls year was
the nature of the school system
unnon or consolxdatnon The Board
of Dlrectors spent many evemngs
studynng the problem m order to
arnve at a satnsfactory solutxon
To thns group of unpand cxvxc
mmded leaders all the students tn
the Albany school system are nn
They make th1s splendld free edu
canon possxble and practlcal
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upermten ent 0 c oo s
M l R Halsetla
Ixexer have our schools been more xmportant to the welfare of the natxon and the
world than today They are undoubtedly the greatest weapon rn the world for mam
tarnmg peace nn these troubled days
Russu fears the education our youth recenve nn our schools more than she fears our
A bomb or our H bomb' The rugged Sovret bear does not want an educated publrc
because an educated cmzenry THINKS And Russia fears a THINKING cmzen who
cannot be molded mto a mechamcal cog nn
the commumst wheel of state
It then behooves us the ones who realxze
the nmportance of educatnon as a factor m
brmgmg order out of the chaos whlch ex
rsts around us nn the begmnmg of the
Atomrc age to direct every ounce of our
strength and courage and effort toward the
fmal vnctory of a clear thmkmg honest l1v
mg people over the confusron that rs com
Let each of us then as he goes out to face
the world of tomorrow dedxcate hxmself
to the cause of educatnon and enlxghten
ment and promxse hlmself that he wnll be
on the alert constantly to counteract the
subverslve elements of communrsm and pro
mote the cause of educatron rn the hope of
perpetuatlng the peace we love
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The 1951 Whnrlwrnd whrch records for you the actrvxtres of the past school year I
s representatne of the fine work bezng done by the students of Albany Senror Hugh
Fub Sexton and the entrre staff are to be congratulated for rts qualrty Mr Perrr Mr
McCammon and Mr W1ll1ams deserve our gratrtude for therr patlence and trmeless
effort as adwrser of the annual
lhrs has been a busy year for all
of us but tt has also been pleasant
and profxtable nn terms of learmng
l hase smterely enloved workmg
wrth the fme Student Body of Al
bany Senror Hugh and wtsh them
all the success and happlness I
rnow they deserxe
City Pltysical Education Directtar
M Clyde Nlartm
Mr. Martin, city co-ordinator for
physical education and health, is
responsible for the smooth opera-
tion of these classes in all Albany
He works at all the schools in A1-
bany, including the grade schools, to
obtain a well balanced program of
health and physical education
Mr Martin tries to help all the
students and the teachers enjoy
uslness and P Relatlons
The position of Business and T iblxc
Relations was created this yeai and
Mr Bucknum is well fitted for it
being experienced in radio and
Mr Bucknum is in charge of the
press radio and photographic pub
licnty that is released conce ning
meetings to explain the objec tves
of the Albany School System also
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He is available to appear at pitblic n
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MISS Wllma PCIICC
MISS Dorotby Mlller
Mr. Stanley Czecb
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one of the schools most popular
and most actnve faculty members
She not only serves as advlsor to
the Grrl s Federanon and the junior
Class but she also teaches Sopho
more and Junlor Engltsh
Mxss Spence counsels the gurls rn
subjects to be taken possible voca
nons and problems deahng wnth
school and home life
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Mrs Mrller wtth the asslstance of Mxss Bev
erly Speer and Mnss Adanr supervrses Al
banys specnal educanon
Specnal Educauon mcludes the care of re
tarded students and the supplymg of rn
structors for students who are nll
Mrs Mnller and her staff do an excellent job
can of Men
Coach Czech, Dean of Boys, ns to
the fellows what Mlss Spence ns
to the gnrls
Mr Czech fills out entrance sltps
and generally provndes the solution
to the fellows educanonal and per
Along wnth these dutnes Mr Czech
teaches Soclal Economtcs and ns
advxsor to the junior Class
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Miss Spence, the Dean of Girls, is
MISS IDA ANDERSON
Honor Soclety Advlser
MR LEE CARDON
Boy s Health and P E
Cross Country Track
Sophomore Class Advxser
MISS BETHIN E BIGEJ
F H A AdV1Sef
Boys Health and P E
MR ROBERT BUCHANAN
Movle Club Advlser
MR TOM DRYNAN L
Semor Class Advlser
MISS HELEN DUMBECK
Semor Class Advlser
MISS LOIS BURRIS
MR EUGENE FOREMAN
F F A Advlser
A H S Paw
MR ARNOLD HAGEN
Social Economxcs Debate
Hxgh C Advlser Debate
Advxser Pep Band
MISS MABEI. HOWARD
Spanlsh Club Advlser
Semor Class Play Dlrector
MISS VIRGINIA HARPER
Chemlstry Senlor Revxew
Booster Club Advlser
MRS NELLIE KELLEY
Algebra Baslc Math
H1 Y Advlser
MR WENDELL HEINTZMAIN
MR. CHARLES KERR
B Football, Basebau ' li
MISS BEI IY HOLMES
Art Club Adviser
U. S. History
Football, B Basketba
MR. ANDY KNUDSEN
MR. JAMES LUNN
'9 G1rls Health and P E
F 'SSX G A A Adviser
MISS BETTY PARRISH
MR BILL MCCAMMON
MR GEORGE PERRY
Mechanical Drawing 'C'
MR WILLIAM MICKELSON
MR WOODROW SARCHET
Band Club Adviser
MRS IRENE PARENT
Girls Health and P E
Sophomore Class Adviser
MISS VERON ICA TRACY
Latin 2 Iuffgxi
A H S Facuty
MISS CLARA VOYEN
MR LEO WALKER
MR HAROLD WILLIAMS
Jumor Class Play Dlrector
Llbrary Club Advxser
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Back row B111 Parrett fJumor Presb James Pound tsophomore Presb Jxm Brrdgewattr fSemor Repr
Wes Price iStudent Body Vice Presb Dick Drushella fSen1or Presb Hxeke Ohling fStudent Body Pres!
Front row Jerome Kenagy idunior Rep? Gerald Westbrook fSODhOmOf6 Rep? Lorll Kenagy fStudent
Treash Conme MacDouga1 iSophomore Repb Dee Ann W1ll18mS fSophomore Repl
The students vorce nn Albany Hngh School government IS the student councnl Th1s
group under the capable leadershrp of Student Body Presldent He1ke Ohhng Vrce
Presrdent Wesley Prxce, Secretary Lorh Kenagy Treasurer Els1e Kay Colher, and
adv1sors Mr Dolymer and Mr Palmer worked toward the mntlgatron of Ll1fllCL1lIlCS
regardmg sthool actrvmes
Thxs years student tountll d1str1
buted money and bought new
equxpment lncludxng rx spot hght
and a com changer The counc1l
attempted to set up n new system
of student conduct
Thxs years set of ofhters led the stu
dent body rn 1 hlghly successful
year of aCt1x1t1es and scholastlc sc
tu ent 0 x resx ent
Body Sec.J: Charlotte Nygren Humor Real: Alta Sjoblom 1Junior Rep.r: Elsie Kay Collier rstudent Body
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Drushella peldent. Elinor Coleman ecretary Charlene Chllcote treasurer Mr Buchanan
Wxth the never dxe attltude of all sophomores the mlghty class of Sl entered
Albany Hlgh wlth great confidence which stayed wlth them all their three yelrs
They lmmedlately Cl3SS1f:lCd themselves as umque by electmg a glrl janet Buss 1rd
to wleld the gavel as presxdent Durmg that year thelr successes IS x well or
ganlzed class were many
As untors Rlchle Wllbanks was chosen to rssue the orders The unlors placed
thlrd ln the Chrlstmas Clothmg Dr1ve and the class acts Thelr play Pure As
the Drrven Snow and the jumor Senlor Prom brought them many laurels
Wlth much determlnatlon and new spark of llfe the Senlors began thelr btggest
and mlghtlest year by electlng D1Ck Drushella to handle the yob as top executne
Earl Wlllard served as vlce presldent Ellnor Coleman kept the mxnutes md
Charlene Chllcote kept the books well balanced jlm Brrdgewater served as cllss
Betng the smallest class dnd not hamper them ln thelr successes as thelr cl rss pl ty
enny Klssed Me and the Chrlstmas Prom Santas Retgh proxed The
Ch lstmas Clothmg Dr1ve brought forth an unbellevmg supply of clothes col
lected to place them a mtghty first By golng lunchless the senlors donated
95193 for the March of Dlmes to elect Davsn Neuschwander and Bob Crocker
as the Kmg and Queen of Hearts
By tltelr splendxd class act they proved thelr talents by workmg together to vym
thcms lves a hlgh place m the hrstory of Albany Htgh
Senlor Vfeek and Skip Day proved to be fun and bullt lastmg memorzes for the
As th small but mnghty class of 51 leaye thelr Alma Mater they want to wlsh
the succeedlng Senior classes all the success and happmess they have been pm:
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WE THE UNDERSIGNED being of fairly sound mind and body heretofore and
henceforth do will bequeath and bestow upon the herein named called and honored
lucky ones the following gifts qualities and valuable abilities hoping that they will
accept receive honor cherish and obey them with the same honor integrity and in
telligence with which we heretofore onward backward forward etc have possessed
As a class we bequeath to the juniors our seats in the assembly and our place of
honor rn the Albany High School together with the love affection sympathy and
tender care of our faculty
To the sophomores we leave the old saying Green things will grow
To the faculty we leave all grudges behind us
As individuals we leave the as foresaid the following
Norm Walkup will my coast trips to Don Sheppard
Lloyd Sharp will my Social Economics book to Bill Parrot
Wayne Canida will my long hair to Mr Buchanan
Leslie Culp will my English teacher to Darrel Carper
Gordon Mespelt will Mr Czechs love for me to Bob Andrews
Don Jeter will my private music stand to Everett Wmters
Freda Cox will mv willing will to skip school to anyone with a will as willing
Art Good will my Model A Ford to Mr Martin who is driving a wreck
Richard Baxter will my ability to sleep in class to Gary Norrrngton
Pauline Morefxeld will my periods in Study Hall to Donna Draper
Helen Coates will Miss Andersons adoration to Elmer Cook
Sharon Smith will my locker to Alice Collier
Ed Stauffer will my ability to play intramural basketball to Bob Kubes
Jake Meyer will my ability to make a good car trade with anyone
Waneta Putnam will my manners to Margie Williamson
erry White will my ability to get in trouble with a camera to Clyde Forney
Lauroy Davis will my popular name of Tennessee to Albany High
Shirley Moulton will my ability to talk out of turn in Social Ec to any bashful
john Tobin will the ability to stand straight on a bender to Bill Scott
Larry Helms will my big ears to Dick Forster
Mary Lou Schulte will part of my pounds to any junior girl who needs them
Clarence Little will all my bad luck with the coach to Charles Little
Barbara Misner will my artistic ability to Pat LaVelle who can use it
Franklin Monroe will all my Spanish grades to Delores Shortridge
Dee Chambers will my incompleted Self Aids book to anyone who has the ambr
tion to finish it
Bill Harper will my sense of humor to anyone
Wes Price will all my sophomore women to Hank Rabe Cyou lucky girlsj
Beth Fisher will Arta Ohlnng my natural curly hair
Bob Williams will my T and I notes to Lyle Noah
Lois Murphy will my tricycle to Bob Morris
Rtchard Johnstone will my absence for illness to David Durr
Peter Neuschwander will my ability in athletics to Nancy Neuschwander
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Barbara Dovy wall my scooter and wagon to Bob Andrews
Elotse Hatch wxll my abxltty to wrrte letters to Washnngttnn to Charlotte Burrovys
Ken Sutherltn wlll my place ln Honor Society to Merle Montgomery
Lols Allen wxll my enyoyment of danctng to Duck Ktzer
Ball Gexster wnll the posttnon of left guard on the footbrll tetm to Larry Dryden
Cary McCla1n w1ll my seat on the baseball bench to Call Wtllls
Sh rron Casey wtll my job as head mayorette to my yunror wnth 1 strong constttu
non and good feet
Donna Dombrosky wxll my love of Cottonwoods to Alrce Collter
Paul ohnson wtll my debate shovel to whoever IS drovyntng and ln the need
Barbara ean Housely Fenner wrll to Cecelna Moody my abtllty to sleep tn
Myles Butner wtll my bass drum to some sucker
Florene Kuvaas wtll my abtlrty to date 4 boys at the same trme wrthout them
knowtng about the other three to V1rg1n1a Flemtng
Rtchte Wrlbanks cheerfully w1ll my Lattn book grades and enthusrasm for Latrn
to any energettc seeker of knowledge who deslres them for the furthermg of
Wallace New ton wxll my attendance record to whoever lakes to sk1p school
Helke Ohlmg wtll my wobbly w1ll to any yunror vytllrng to take my wobbly yylll
ack Magnuson wrll the Duroc stgn on my car to Bob Decker
Larry Plerce wrll my ltttle votce to Joan La Chance or anyone
Beverly Hamre wrll my stubborness to Barbara Harght
Leonard Wnllramson wrll my football yersey to Steve Covey
Nrta Ferguson wtll my green eyes to anyone w1th brown eyes
Beatrtce Larson wlll leave Shrrley Ford the typmg paper I borrowed from er
john Burge wnll my opmton on certam subjects to the yumors
Krm Hyatt wrll my srze 14 shoes to anyone who needs a couple of rowboats
Donna Plattner wnll my excellent abxlxty to fltrt to Margte Wrllramson
Larry Srtton wnll my abthty to pass for 21 to Steye Covey
Cecxl Kraft wxll my reputatron to Mtke Santo
oan Lucht wtll my gum to anyone who can pop tt enthusmsttcally
oan Layman will leave Mr Sarchet to next years chorus
Bud Hodges wtll my red hanr to Bob Mac Connell
Lorlr Kenagy cheerfully w1ll my student body ofhce to Charlotte Nygren
Lella Dehm wlll my art1st1c ab1l1ty to ack Schrader eyen though I need
more than he does
Gordon Kutsch wrll my brother to jane Lowell
Beverly Sorter wtll leave wrth my partner rn crtme Pat Whllcoxen
Pat Wtllcoxen wxll lease all my good txmes to anyone crazy enough to have a
partner tn crtme ltke Beverly Sorter
Btll ohnston wrll Mr Sarchet to whoever wants htm
jamce Clack wtll my perfect attendance record to Beverly Anderson Fred Boll
tnger and Don Sheppard
Catherme Tomlmson wxll my place as first chart to jean Carpet
john Walsted wlll my superlor tntellect to Lowell Toby
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Donna Morton will my height to Verna Burge
jeff Lay will my excellent self discipline to Gary Norrmgton
Martha Franklin will the class of 52 the minority of the class of 51
jimmy McCary will my bubble gum on the last seat in the second row 1n Miss
Andersons room to any good Englrsh student
Mary Gourley will my last years Latrn grades to Elsie Hoffman
Joanne Laubner w1ll my chemistry book to anyone
Helen Schable will my ability to stay in school to Darrel Hickman
Eugene Williams will my ability to get along with the teacher to Bob Morris
Mary Franklin will my locker to someone who can keep If clean
Helen Lavelle wtll my Brooklyn accent to Barbara Lines
Harold Daniels will my ability to hand in late typing papers to Agnes Roland
Elinor Coleman if I had a will to will I would will the will to anyone wishing
Cub Sexton will if I can and if I cant I will anyway
Virginia Looney will my ability to roam the halls without a pass to Atta Ohling
to take the job next year
Charlane Chilcote will all my bookkeeprng problems and watermelons to Charlotte
Bob Cooper will my high scholastic record to anyone
Emma Howell will my ability to miss school to Alice Hoffman
Ron Lethin will my church key to Don Sheppard and to the Gestapo of the
school my attendance record and good behavior
Rex Soper will to Eddie Frmk my trigonometry book
Bonnie Goin will my ability to get kicked out of chorus to Carol Canida
Margaret Brenneman will my love of water in chemistry to Nadine Zehr
Delano Dalesky will my absences on Monday mornings to someone who stays
up late Sunday night
Marcia Spiegel wtll be surprised rf Donna Plattner and I ever get our locker
Irene Stetnmeyer will my locker to any yunror
We Barbara Berry Shtrley Smith Beverly Leavrtt and Beulah Velkinburg will
our beloved Self Aids books to Dale Dickerson Miss Howard any junior and
Rose May respectively
We Gene Ballet Robert Clem Crocker and Don Craft will Mr Czech to any poor
junior who gets caught in his Social Economics class next year
Signed and witnessed on the thirty first day of May in the year of our Lord nine teen
hundred and Hfty one
OL MAN RIVER
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repres ntatlv B 1 Paxlott president Alta SJob1om representative Kathryn Phillips treasurer
Jerome Kcnasy represntatlve Miss Spence advisor
The class of 52 began the year by electmg as IIS off1cers Pres1dent Parrett, V1ce
Pres1dent Carper, Secretary Hopkms, Treasurer Ph1l11ps, and representat1ves to the Stu
dent Councrl Alta Sjoblom, Charlotte Nygren, and Jerome Kenagy The adv1sors for
the year were M111 W1lma Spence and Mr Stan Czech However M1ss Spence turned
her dUIlCS over to M155 Burr1s 1n the spr1ng
The first act1v1ty of the year was w1tness1ng Sophomore In1t1at1on wh1ch everyone en
Other act1v1t1es 1n wh1ch the Junrors part1c1pated were Bushels of Baskets for needy
fam1l1es at Chr1stmas t1me They also took second pr1ze ID the clothmg dr1ve and
th1rd IU the P0110 Fund Dr1ve
ln the Queen of Hearts assembly 52 was represented by Pr1ncess Alta Sjoblom and
Prmce B111 Szm
Betty Bates Alta Syoblom, and Carleen Johnston were dubbed Junlor pr1ncesses to help
re1gn os er the annual Sprmg Carn1val
In March the un1ors put on an assembly wh1ch was well rece1ved by the Student Body
The play Iune Mad wh1ch was presented 1n the Sophomore year was followed by
mother success th1s year when Cheaper By the Dozen was put on for two evemngs
to large houses Much of the success was due to the d1rector Mr W1ll1ams
The un1ors worked long and hard on the1r successful Class Act, and the tradruonal
unxor Sen1or Prom wh1ch was the1r last act1v1ty for 1951
As the year drew to a close the junrors b1d a sad farewell to the1r best frrends an
the Class of 51
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brook repres ntatlve Delores Shortrldge secretary Jim Pound president Dee Ann Wmmms
repres ntatlve Ernie Smith vlce presidnt Mr Cardon advisor
Here registered are the members of the Sophomore Class, who, under the guidance of
Mrs Parent and Mr Cardon, embarked upon a successful year
The Class of 53 chose james Pound as its leader during 50 and 51 He was assisted
by Vice President Ernie Smith Secretary Delores Shortridge, and Treasurer jim Har
rison. Connie McDougall Dee Anne Williams and jerry Westbrook served as Sopho-
more repreesntatives to the student council.
The year got off to a good start with the majority of the class coming through Sopho-
more Reception without injury. They sponsored a dance after one of the basketball
games as well as producing a fine assembly. jerry Westbrook and Dee Speigel were
chosen Duke and Dutchess of the March of Dimes. The Sophomores also put forth a
very original class act for the 1951 Carnival.
The Sophomores proved as a class that they would work well together.
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Natrona! Honor Society
The members of the kena Ho r Socrety are chosen by
faculty vote to quahfy fo memberibx e el m c racter, scholarshrp, leader
shrp, and servxce
Inmatxon of new membe s hel e annual banquet was held
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Cnarluttc Burrows Wes Prxce Marianne
Micnelle Valrene Faulkner Martha Frank
The Bank Personnel ns headed by the SIl1df'U'
treasurer Elsre Kay Collxer Elsre IS assrsted
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joanne Corbett, Lorlx Kenagy Pat Burkhart
Marranne Mrchele and Mrss ClaraVoyen
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Each month a grrl IS chosen for Glrl of the Month by the Busmcss md Professlonal
Women of Albany This glfl IS picked on qualrtres of good mem 'lhe gxrl must be
actlve rn school actrvmes and must hawe h1g,h scholarshxp
The girl of the month rs muted to luxe dmner wrth
Women at whlch time she g1VCS a brlef talk on what she vms chosen to represent
the Busmess md Professronal
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Month has mdeed been honored
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Charles Reynolds, Marilyn Chandler, Arnold J. Hazen.
Debate, though not widely publicized, is one of the most active and hard-working or-
ganizations in Albany High.
Debate this year has taken part in many tournaments, among these were Pacific
University Tournament, Linfield College Tournament, Willamette University Tourna-
ment, and the State Tournament in Corvallis. All members of the squad took part
in these tournaments. Five members, Wilmer Boesel, Paul johnson, Arta Ohling,
Richard Renn, and Richie Wilbanks also went to the Pacific Coast Tournament at
Gonzaga University in Spokane, Washington.
The members of the debate squad also took part in many other varied activities, such
as extemporanious speakingampromptu speaking, interpative reading, radio announcing,
oratory and student congress.
Debate raised their own expense money through the sale of football programs and candy.
Debate is capably advised by Mr. Arnold Hagan and its president is Paul Johnson.
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This club was created and IS mamtamed solely for the purpose of mcreasmg school
sprrnt at athletxc functrons Game clecoratrons pep rxllres trtchy posters md the luke
are tasks vuhlch are well carrred out by thrs orgamzrtnon
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Being prrmarrly a servxce orgamzatron the grrls were ple tsed to don tte funds toward .1
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Marranne Michele, secretary Mrss Vrrgmra Harper was the club ftdxrsor
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Eloise Hatch Florene Kuavaas Janet Bussard Kathy Chambers Elsie Kay Collier Martha Franklin
Dawn Neuschwander Mary Franklin Larry Pierce Marianne Michelle Lella Dehm
The Future Buslness Lealers of Amerrca lS a natronal orgamzatlon The Albany Chapter,
Chapter 100 was formed three years ago
Thrs organxzatxon ns a servxce club and performs many, many servxces for the school
the communlty, and other WOIIhWh11C clubs durlng the year
The OHICCIS for the year were Bonnle Mrnshall, presrdent, Dawn Neuschwander, vrce
presldent Elolse Hatch, secretary treasurer, Larry Plerce, reporter, and Mlss Clara
Standmg Margaret Brenneman Carol Kauffman Catherxne Tomlmson Esther Hoover Lorl1KeI1a5y
Raylene Harmon Verna Burge Alice Kronn Delores OHara Barbara Lines Nita Ferguson Sandra
Hull Mxss Howard
Kneehng Leslre Culp Franklin Monroe Bun Doerfler
The purpose of the Spanrsh Club lS to furnlsh a better understandlng of the Spanlsh
spcaklng people and thelr language
In order to rarse money thrs year the club sponsored noon movxes grven twlce each
month For recreatlon they went Chrlstmas carollng and had a party ln the sprlng In
February the club appropnately costumed, gave an assembly spoken entlrely rn Spamsh
Any student who rs takrng Spanlsh or who has had one or more years of Spanlsh 15
ehgxble to yoln the club
The ofhcers for the year were Ravlene Harmon presldent, Leslxe Culp vlce presldent,
Barbara Lmes, secretary, Allce Kropp, treasurer, and Mrss Mable Howard, advlsor
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Delores Oliara. Faye Wlsecup Mrs Zxmmer
The purpose of the Llbrary Club rs to famxlrarrze the student llbrarlans wxth correct
lrbrary procedure to ard the Llbrarxan and to make a more efhcxent lrbrary for student
Smce the begmnrng of the school year the card cat llogue and the books on the shelves
have been brought up to date Dnsplays have been planned for specral occasxons such
as Thanksgrvmg and Chrrstmas Also a scrapbook rontamrng clrppmgs concernmg
th1s school lS berng kept by the club
Thns years ofhcers are Leo Whlte, presrdent, Rosemary Gxlley, vrce prestdent, an
anette Pharrs, secretary treasurer The advrsor rs Mrs Zrmmer the Lrbrarran
Mrs Mary Cade Mrs Warren Mrs Charlotte Ernest Dorothy Cahlll Marilyn Farlee LaDonna Hardin
Arlene Bamard Pat. Burkhart Valrene Faulkner Arlyne Bell Donna 'Horton Elsie Kay Collier
Our cafeterra, wrth the help of surplus commodntres serxes an average of 100 student
meals daxly at the cpst of preparatxon Thxs IS the thrrd tear that Mrs Mary Cade and
Mrs Charlotte Ernst have cooked the meals Each meal to meet the requrrements of
the state school lunch program must contaxn a mam dnsh 1 xegetrble bread, mrlk, and
a essert Mrs Margaret Warren IS the manager of the tatetern and has the help of
several of the students who recerve thent lunch free for thelr servrces
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Every grrl rn hngh school IS a member of Gnrls Federatron Thus group rs headed by
a group known as 17 These grrls meet every Tuesday noon to drscuss busxness and
soclal problems 17 goes to church as a body once a month they also have a mght
meetmg once a month
Early m the fall 17 emertamed the Sophomores at a Brg Srster party A Chrrstmas
Assembly was sponsored by thxs orgaruzatnon at whrch tnme gnft baskets for Albanys
needy were gnven to the Welfare board for drstrnbutron
Hrdden Harmonres was the all glrl show put on by Grrls Federatron
Every vear a gxft of ten dollars 15 given by 17 to the most outstandrng senror grrl
The glrl must possess the seventeen qualnues desrrable rn a grrl
Lerla Dehm IS presrdent of 17 wrth jean Carpet as vlce presndent, Barbara Dow,
secretary, Sharon Casey, treasurer, and Catherrne Tomlmson, chaplarn Miss Wrlma
Spence IS the clubs advxsor and has led the group through a very successful year
The Hr Y IS one of the most actrve organnzatrons m Albany Hxgh School The mem
bershxp ns regularly composed of twenty hve boys however thrs year two transfer stu
dents were accepted for membershxp because they had been members of the H1 Y rn
the school from whnch they came
The H1 Y has charge of Sophomore lnntranon 1n the fall of the year Invocation at
assemblles IS the duty of the H1 Y members Once a month the members of this or
gamzatton attend church tn a body
During the course of the year varxous actlvxtxes are undertaken to rarse funds The
actnvmes are sellmg programs at the games, and sponsormg dances Thxs year the
H1 Y donated S100 for World Serv1ce Actxvmes for the H1 Y are clxmaxed at the
end of year with a pncnlc
The purpose of thns club IS to create, mamtam, and extend throughout the school and
communxty hxgh standards of Chrtstxan character Th1s years ofhcers were Bob Crocker,
presndent, Wesley Prtce, vnce presxdent, jxm Rabe, secretary, Dale Cooley, treasurer,
Larry Mnshler, chaplam, and Larry Helms, sgt of arms Advtsor was Mr Wendell j
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Top Row Bill Hogg Jim Endicott Gail Wlllxs Merle Montgomery Leroy Babcock Wes Price Gary
S cond Row Cub Se ton L onard Wllllamson Fred Bollinger Don Sheppard Ed Clark Delano Delasky
Front Row Iohn Tobin Jef! Lay Norm Roth Larry Larios Cecil Burkhart Dave Emmons Bill Scott
The Smoke Eaters is a club composed ot twenty tour boys rnterested in nre prewention
cafeteria, and by having after game dances Wlth this money the boys have sknng
trips in the winter and deep sea l:lSl'llIlg trrps in the spring
The members of this club inspect all fire equipment and keen the school clean of fire
hazards They make sure that everyone is out of the buildlng during fires and fire drills
The club advisor is Cecil Burkhart Presldent 15 Dave Emmons, Secretary john Tobin
and Treasurer, Bill Scott
Back Row B111 Drager Charles Little Ferry Boyd Don Wallace Mr Bob Buchanan John Sweet Clarence
Little Wayne Canida Gill Morse Everette Wintrs Duane Mlere
Front Row Jerry White Ed Stauffer Dick Relmers Jim Rahe
The Movie Club is organized for three purposes the first is to tram operators to handle
varlous makes of projectors The second is to provide a crew of men to set up handle
or sponsor noon movies for entertainment and money raising for worthy groups or
causes This year the club contributed S7115 to the March of Dimes The thnrd
purpose of the club is to begin a provision for the school of photography equrpment
The club is ably directed by lts president jerry White and Mr Bob Buchanan, the
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Back Row Blll Scott Cub Sexton Larry Larlos Gary Torzeson Fred Bollmger Art Good
Third Row John Tobin Dick Forester Don Brenneman Dale Dickerson Steve Covey Gary Norrlrlgton
Ken Sutnerlln Jerry Dxyden
Second Row Cecil Kraft Bob Morrl: Bob Decker J R Stamps Dale Cooley MIKE Santo John Neuton
Front Row Stan Czech Earl Willard Larry Helm: Leroy Babrock .Jeff Lay Delano Delesky Ken South
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This is the twelfth year for the Vocational Trades and Industries Club in Albany High
School and has proved the most successful with the enrollment nearly doubling that
of last year
The purpose of the club is thus to develop qualities of leadership stability and self
conndence to promote interest and participation in business and trade training among
high school students through the commumty to encourage social and recreational ac
tivines and to participate in all state T841 activities
Albany Students For Albany jobs is the main T8c1 oblective Our instructors and
employers make nt possible for us to earn while we learn The Related Subjects
Class coordmates on the job training with technical and factual information to make
The Albany Club has been instrumental in initiating a State T811 Organization. The
first meeting was held in Albany, November 15, 1951. This date will probably be
an important date in connection with the history of the T841 Club in Oregon.
The club ofhcers are as follows: president, jim Bridgewaterg vice-president, Wesley
Priceg secretary, june Burleigh, treasurer, Dick Priceg sgt. of arms, Clive Wilson, his'
torian and advisor, Mr. Leo F. Walker.
The Future Farmers of Amerxca IS an organlzatnon of by and for ftrm boys studying
vocatlonal agrrculture 1n hlgh school The Albany chapter composed of forty three
members complete .1 very successful year as evrdenced by the fact that xt was declared
the outstandmg chapter rn the state and presented the Cooley Keystone Plaque
Some of the act1vrt1es whrch have led to the success of the FFA were wlnmng the Upper
Wrllamette Vocat1onal contest wmntng of the chapter farm shop exh1b1t at the state
farr exhlbxtmg by members of the grand champ1on Guernsey grand chtmplon sow of
all breeds grand champlon pen of three fat lambs, reserve champlon fat lamb, and
many other w1nn1ngs at the county state and Pac1f1c Internatronal lrvestock shows
Helke Ohlrng ack Magnuson Larry Srtton and Dee Chambers earned Sttte Farmer
Degrees Heike Ohlmg was elected State Presldent for the year of 1951 D7 Chuck
Bnggs won hrst place secretarys books Blll Slm won first place treasurers books and
jack Magnuson kept the best project record books 1n the state jack also placed fourth
IH the state publrc speakmg contest The parlramentary team placed second rn the
drstrrct and thrrd rn the mterdrstrrct parlramentary contests
Other acttvrtxes of socxal and recreanonal nature were the annual Parent Son banquet
lomt mmatrons and partres wlth the Future Homemakers basketball and softball teams
part1es and prcmcs
In September the chapter wlll summarrze the actrvrtres and accompl1shments of the
year and enter the nattonal chapter contest competrng w1th 100 top chapters oxer t e
natron for one of the v5 gold emblems to be awarded at the natronal conventron
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Bobby Crocker, Bill Sim. Chuck Briggs.
Larry Sitton, Heike Ohlinz. Dee Chambers.
The Future Homemakers of Amerrca IS a natronal orgamzarron for hrgh school gurls
etve ' ges o 1 and 18
The actrvrrres of thxs organrzatron are holdmg a mght meetmg once a month thrs
bemg erther a pot luck or a chrle feed holclmg a meetmg every Thursday noon swrm
mmg, roller skatmg, and volley ball
The servrces of the club for thrs year have mcluded sendmg a delegate to the natronal
FHA conventxon rn Kansas Crty Durmg Natronal FHA Wfeek they presented a
program to the Chlldrens Farm Home, and had a fifteen mmute program at KWIL
The grrls also attended church together durmg thrs wee
Warren Mlss Bree: Kathryn Phlllips Diane Parkhxll
H LaCL ance Charlotte Nygren Gloria Worland
There are elghty rrls rn the chapter thrs year The officers are Rae LaChance presx
dent Charlotte Nygren vrce presrdent, Donna Morton secretary Florence Lane,
treasurer Glorra Worland reporter, Lors Allen h1storxan Drane Parkhrll parlla
mentarran, and Kathryn Phrllrps degrees charrman
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Wiseman Pat Aylward
Front Row Barbara Baylor DeeAnne Williams Janet Guyton Lorll Kenagy Frances Hughson
DONNA DRAPER PATTY DONAHLE
MR HAROLD WILLIAMS
organrzed :hrs year under support
club was particularly active durmg the first semester an
they were actxve during the second semester
The officers for the club were
Presxdent jack Schrader
Vxce Presrdent Lola Rrdenour
Secretary Pat Nnckel
Treasurer Beverly Reeser
Councxlmen Roly Poly Pat Nrckle
The art club held pot luck dmner for nts members durlng the year The Valentine
Dance whxch was named Cuprds Ball, was sponsored by thrs organrzatxon Thls dance
was rn honor of the basketball players of Albany Hrgh School
The club held one meetmg at Mxss Holmes home and officers met there every month
and dlscussed projects for the followmg month
Back Row LaRe1ne Neuman Clarence Little Dixon Neuschwander Bill Harper Mr Mickelson
Front Row Rex SOD r L roy Babcock Jim Endicott Donal Craft
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Back Row Everett Winters Dick Wilson Jerry White Kxm Hyatt Don eJter
Second low Sharon Casey Betty Stellmaker Jean Carper Bonme
Furs! Row Barbara Howard Pat Burkhart Pat Donahue Kathxwn Phxlllpps
Mmshall Catherine Tomlinson
The band council served as an advisory board for the entire band
All band lettermen officers and first chair members of the band are ellglble
The band council planned the band trips and parties and attempted to solve all problems confronting
Back Row Kim Hyatt Everett Winters Dlck Wllson Don Jeux Jer 5 Vthxte
Second Row Jim Seufert Stan Hammond John Brennen Marlene Karstens Jean Carper Bonnle
'tlxnshall Pat Nlrkle
Front Row Arnold J Hagen Don Heyerly Barbara Howard Calrerxre Tomlmson Kathryn Phillips
Kneehng Mxles Butner Floyd Tharn
The pep band was a very successful organlzatlon th s '-tar order the dlrectxon of
Mr Arnold J Hagen
This group provided the music for all the main ha netball games and made a
number of out of town trips
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The Albany band under the direction of 'Pappy Sarchet has appeared at many foot-
ball and basketball games, and has added much to the enthusiasm of the rooting section.
XVith over 50 members, the band marched and played at the Oregon State-Washington
State football game at Corvallis. It has appeared at many civic affairs and participated
in the annual music contest. Several soloists and ensembles received high honors at
Eugene. March 17.
The oflicers for the year were: Dick Wilson, President, Don Jeter, Vice-Presidentg
Bonnie Minshall, Secretary, and Everett Winters, Treasurer.
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The orchestra provided the music for the Coronation and graduation exercises and a
few of its members played for the Micado.
Mr. Sarchet was the director of the orchestra.
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Sophomore Co Edrtors
Boys Sports Co Edrtors
Gxrls Sports Edrtor
Typrst Donna Slavens
Artrst jack Schrader
Co Advrsors Mr McCammon
Donn: Blaveng, Alice
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jokes and jovxal ways made the
STUDENT BODY ASEMBLIES
Most of the assemblles were produced by student orgamzatxons clubs
and classes provxdmg an outlet for the talent 1n our school the re
manrung few were produced by the Natnonal Assemblxes Assocxatron
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Bushels of baskets and pxles of
clothes were drsplayed at the Chrnst
Ffmkle mas assembly sponsored by the Mr and Mrs C121US
Grrl s Federatnon The student body
and facutly smcerely showed the
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generosxty and hard work to make
the assembly such a success
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brilliant success. As is the custom the senior
class -sponsored the prom following the Clever
theme of Santas Reign. The prom was held
in the Whverly grade school gymnasium on
December 22. An outstanding band provided
the music for some 50 couples.
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Thrs commrttee was orgamzed to set dates
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from conflxctmg wrth each other
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trrbute actrvrtres evenly among the students
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Catherrne Tomlinson Drane Parkhxll Not
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The duty of rhts commrttee rs to create
ssem y Commlttee
Thns assembly not only arranges dates for
exchange assemblxes but also locates talent
for our student assemblies
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Harold Pontxus Donna Slavens Betty Stell
macher Not shown Rrchre Wrlbankg
Thrs commlttee arranges dates for socral
actrvrtres to avord conflrcts
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oanne Corbett Alxce Kropp Lors Smrth
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cooperatron and frrendly relatronshrp among durmg student body meetmgs concernrng
students and teachers
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FOOTBALL SCHEDULE Q
BACKFIELD COACH KNUDSEN
Andy Knudseng in his first year out
of Oregon State college, handled
the backfield like a veteran coach
and had a hery spirit that seemed to
rub off onto the players. He took
four boys, two experienced and two
inexperienced, and developed one
of the most potent running combi-
nations in the state. This backfield
averaged over live yards a carry per
Coach Kerr, fresh from Halsey,
stepped in and developed a good
hard charging, dynamite-packed B
squad, which will supply the need-
ed replacements for next vears
Coach Kerr and Lee Cardon also
helped aid in the Albany victories
by sitting up in the windy crows
nest during the games and spot-
ting mistakes made by both teams.
Albany's ability to play a rugged
second half can be in great measure
attributed to them because their re-
ports at halftime gave Stan the
chance to instruct the boys on what
they were doing wrong and how to
HEAD COACH STAN CZECH
Albany high school's football team
coached by Stan Czech, finished a
highly successful season with a
record of seven victories and three
Coach Czech came into his own in
coaching this year, as he stepped
into the shoes of head coach for the
first time and did a marvelous job.
Coach Czech built into his players
a fine spirit and attitude, a tre-
mendous will to win, and at the
same time made them graceful
SCOUT TOM DRYNAN
An unheralded but nevertheless
vitally important member of the
staff was Tom Drynan, who scouted
Albany's opponents each week be-
fore the game and brought back to
Coach Czech and Coach Knudsen
the information that helped them
to plan victories. Mr. Drynan
seems to have an unusual talent
for picking out weaknesses of
teams and it's a sure thing that
many of his reports led directly to
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Eugene ....... .... 5 0 0 1.000 147 32
Bend ..,.... 3 1 1 .750 106 59
Albany ...,... 3 2 0 .600 105 70
Corvallis ........ 2 3 0 .400 58 1 16
Springfield ........ 1 3 1 .250 25 69
Salem ..,...... 0 5 O .000 35 131
The Bulldog football team of 5O-51 was the result of two newcomers on the well
known coaching staff of Albany High School. When the season ended, the final tally
was 7 games won and 3 games lost.
The two new coaches started the season with three returning regulars and although
the rest of the squad were inexperienced, coaches Stan Czech and Andy Knudsen de-
veloped a powerful grid machine which carried on the great traditions of AHS,
Head Coach Czech was the man responsible for a line that overpowered and outfought
opposing players that outweighed them 20 pounds straight across the line. Without a
superior line the backheld would not have made the showing they did, but together
the line and backfield were an almost impossible combination to conquer.
The backneld coached by Andy Knudsen was fast and hard charging on the ground
along with the ability to gain yardage in the air.
All in all, the football coaches and their team displayed a type of football that everyone
is proud of. Congratulations!
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Back Row Jerry Wesbrook Dean Christensen Gene Webb Leonard Mayfield
Dave Durr Bun Doerfler Art Hoss Richard Fisher
Middle Row Bob Tucker Glen Belknap Garry Norrmgton Art Coffee John
Wilbur Larry Mishler Paul Hartwell Neil Causbie Buck Chaney
Ed Clark Mike Santo Chuck Kerr CCoachl
Front Row Gail W1ll1s Merle Montgomery Dick Renn Don Shepard Fred B011
mger John Newton Jack DeWall Jim Harrison Doy Gatlin Bob Kubes
Back Row-Charles Gupton, Jim Waggner, Neil Causbie, Jim Harrison, Ed Clark.
Middle Row--Dick Reimers, Bob Kubes, Jack Sease, Jack DeWal1, Gail Willis,
Jack Towe, Ken Theilen.
I-'ix-si Row-Dean Christenson, Fred Bollinger, Bill Parrett, Larry Mishler, Ron Hall,
Bob Morris, Gene Kutch, Harold Pontius.
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Left to Right: Steve Covey CManagerJ, Don Fleming, john Tobin,
Chuck Briggs, Dick. Forster, Don Brenneman, Heike Ohling, Gordon
Kutch, Leroy Babcock, Bill Sim, Larry Helms, Cub Sexton, Gary Torge-
son Bob Decker
Coach Cardon started his basketball coaching career in Albany High
School by starting from scratch, and building a team that would make
anyone pleased, Although the team won but a few games, Coach
Cardon developed in them a spirit to fight until the very end. Coach
Cardon was reflected in a group of basketball players who showed the
kind of fight and sportsmanship that truly good players have. With
this in view the basketball situation in Albany High has a very
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LARRY HELMS Forward
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HEIKE OHLING DON FLEMING DICK FORSTER
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Bas etball Sclsneclule Q51
Cottage Grove .,,..... -13 Albany 55
Eugene ,,,,A,, H ,,,,, 54 Albany 46
Grants Pass . , .,... 76 Albany f 45
Cottage Grove . ..... 50 Albany . 1 40
Corvallis , .,.,, 313 Albany ,,..,,,. 32
Springfield ...., 70 Albany ,t,,,,,, 56
Sweet Home ,,,,....,.., 50 Albany .,.., ,V 50
Springfield ,,,, ,. .. 55 Albany 59
59 Albany 50
lbany Sixth in State
Back Row-Jerry Renolds Larry Dryden Don Kraft Ron Wallace Gayle Hess
Sherman Grate Don Reeves
Middle Row-John Wllbur B111 Gexster Ken Halloway B111 Scott Km: Hyatt John
Newton Earl Willard Gary Norrxngton, Jeff Lay Tom Drydan
I-'roni Row Tom Dryden Dick Renn Dale Dlckerson Ken Southwzck Gary Mclaln
Ken Southerlm Kent Muller Jun Kerr
Under the local tutelage of Coach Tom Drynan, the local wrestling aggregation closed
another successful year Winning six of ten dual meets the team went on to nose out
a strong Salem team for the Big Six championship Wrestling against the revenge
inspired Salem squad in the District meet the Bulldogs came in a strong second
The Bulldogs surpassed any previous record of an Albany wrestling team by placing
sixth in the state meet
Albany Secon ln Disirlct
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Albany Hrgh School recerved a new coachrng genrus
rn the form of Coach Chuck Kerr
When Mr Kerr graduated from hrgh school he
rrnmedrately jorned the Unrted States Marmes and
served three and one half years rn that capacrty
He then went to Oregon State College where he
majored rn physrcal educatron Upon graduatrng
from Oregon State rn 1948 Coach Kerr recerved
hrs frrst coachrng assrgnment at Halsey Hrgh School
In hrs frrst year at Halsey Coach Kerrs team won
most of therr games havrng a hrghly successful
season Last year Coach Kerr had a burldrng team
that rs playrng off for the drstrrct trtle thrs week
Last summer Coach Kerr led the Albany Amerrcan
Legron team to fourteen strarght drstrrct wrns wrth
out a loss Thrs Amerrcan Legron team lost only
to a powerful Medford team rn the drstrrct play off s
Takrng everythrng rnto consrderatron we must com
mend Coach Kerr for hrs past three years of hrghly
Congratulatrons' Coach Kerr We wrsh you the
best of luck rn your future coachrng campargns
The baseball season tor 51 proved to be for Coach Kerr and hrs boys a very success
ful year Begrnnrng thrs year wrth only seven returnrng letterman Coach Kerr went
on to mould a powerful team Thrs team under Coach Kerrs superror rnstructron
forged ahead to rack up 10 wrns agarnst only 3 losses rn drstrrct play
By far the most thrrllrng game of the ntrre season was the second ball game between
Albany and Corvallrs Under the steadfast prtchrng of Cub Sexton and Leroy Bab
seven rnnrngs went fourteen rnmngs before the Bulldogs could squeeze out the
The most crucral game of the year was the second Sprrngfreld game played on
Sprrngfrelds home ground on May 18 Thrs game was to be the decrdrng factor
for the bulldogs and would determrne whether or not they would be Brg Srx and
Drstrrct champrons Our Bulldogs came through wrth the vrctoq' repeatrng therr
prevrous wrnnrng score of 6 to 5 Thrs gave the drstrrct and Brg Srx champron
shrl s to Albany Thrs wrn also gave Albany a berth rn the state tournament that rs
berng held rn Albany agarn thrs year Albany plays a tough Dalles team May 24 rn rts
frrst game of the tournament
Congratulatrons Bulldogs for a rrp roarrng season'
Sacred Heart 61 Albany
C Portland J I Double I
Sweet Home 8 7
Salem 0 0
Sacred Heart CSalemD 6 1 Albany
Grant fPortlandJ 40 5 1 Albany
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cock the Bulldogs finally eked outa six to five score. This ball game scheduled for
W ' ' 6-5
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L 4-0 5-1 W 8-4
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W 9-3 L 7-5
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it to Right: Jr. Stamps, Dick Forster, Jack Sease,
- Bill Parret, Cub Sexton, LeRoy Babcock, Bob
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Mid I Row: Con. Kerr. Coal Czech, Hie Ohllng. ack Seas . ill . , on
She hard. Jr, Stamps, LeRoy Babcock. Gary Torzeson, G ne M r in.
F ont Row: A. st. Man ger a k Fi.-her, Bob. Cro ker. Dic Forster. . Brennemnh, Cub .
Hall, Do Ga lin. Ga. McClain. B b An rews, Manager Gil Nurse
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lack low: Manner Jim Rube. Ted Wilkinson. Bun Doerfler, Jerry White, Nell Clusbie. Larry Mlshler.
Earl Willard, Manager Jerry Bo!d.
liddlo Row: Coach Edwards. Bob Llvlnnton, Bill Scott, Jurgen Franz. Bob Morris. Larry Helms. David
Fisher. Don Gregory. Conch Drvnln.
Front low: Jim McCsry. Je!! Loy, Dave Durr. Delano Dslesky. Harold Pontius. Elmer Cook. Dick Morss.
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Perhaps not many of the people around Albany
High School notice, or pay attention to one very
important personage at Albany High School. Coach
Drynan, who coaches two major sports and plays
a very important part during football season, as
scout, works continually throughout the year on
his many activities. In the past years Coach Tom's
teams have won and lost, but never been down very
far. Mr. Drynan has built the track and wrestling
teams into strong contenders for District and Big
Six titles. In fact, in the last four years our track
and wrestling teams have each won two of those
District or Big Six titles out of the four. Mr. Drynan
has been building his track team and expects to
win the majority of track meets next year. If the
team follows the vigorous and hard working ex-
ample of Coach Drynan, we know that team will
take a victory every outing.
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Stayton 48 1X3 Albany 73 275
Springfield 61 Albany 56
Salem 741!2 Albany 47 1!2
Cottage Grove 70 Albany 52
291f3 Albany 92 2f3
-' Home 145!6 Albany 107176
58 Albany 64
Meet Albany 2nd
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Back Row: Jlm Bash, Jim Waggoner. Gene Kutch. Keith Mackie Bill Sim.
Middl, Row: Mr. Carrlon. Coach: Ted Wilkinson, Jack Swanson. Dick Forster. Don
Brenneman. Chuck Briggs. Paul Preston.
Front Row: Bob Gabbert, Pat. Clayton. Ken Southwlck, Dick Riemers. Larry Helms.
Bob Decker. Heike Ohllng, Ron Zimmerman manager.
Ihe cross country team thus year consnsted mostly of athletes who partxctpated tn other
sports and were buxldmg up then' endurance Because of the tnexpertence of the
team, they lost every meet But tn so domg they gamed presttege for they kept
country team us to be commended fo tts bard ork a d tremeclous intestinal fomtude
Jxm Harrlson, B111 McCallum, Dean Chrlsttansen, Ed Clark Dick
Rlemers, Mr Buchanan, Coach
On the whole this season of golf has been a very successful one To show their
exceptxonal abtltty, we wnll have to cxte you an example, for mstance the defeatmg
of a strong Salem team by the unusually large score of 15 to 3 Thxs may not seem
SlgDlflC8.I'lI unttl you realtze that Salem ts four txmes as bug as Albany and that one
of their mam past ttmes IS playmg golf
Lookxng at the golf team thus year, we ftnd that there are no semors on the roster
Therefore we are lookmg forward to the season of next year and anttcxpatmg a
state champnonshnp team
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,coming back and each time they improved and came nearer to winning. The cross-
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Miss Parrish has been our adviser, and Mrs.
Parent has been our assistant adviser for
G A A this year
They have taken a keen interest in our or
ganization and have contributed very much
We are very proud as well as fond of our
advisers and we hope they will have many
more successful years at Albany Senior High
Lvery year four Senior girls are selected to receive
the reward for their sportsmanship co operation
leadership and character This is acknowledged as
the highest honor that the GAA can bestow upon
any senior member in its organization
Catherine Tomlinson this years GAA President
was chosen for the co operation and leadership
throughout the school Besides being an important
person in our GAA she has contributed a lot of
her music ability Two of her other important ac
tivities are Seventeen and Honor Society
Janice Clack is best known for her athletic ability in
all sports To head the list of her favorite sports is
basketball in which she made the All Star team
Her job is sportsmanager of volleyball and her
ideas for the Volleyball Playday turned out to be a
Marianne Michele known to all the kids as Mtke
drd an outstanding job as intramural manager She
found skiing her most enjoyed recreation but partici
pated in all other sports Her other activities and
honors have included Honor Society Booster Club
FBLA and 17 and BPW Girls of the Month
anet Sipe did an excellent job as secretary for the
GAA this year She has participated in GAA
from her first year in high school and says she en
yoys all sports Janets other activities include Boost
er Club and Honor Society
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GAA members are Catherlne Tomllnson Marc1a McM111an Marlanne Mlchele
Janet Slpe Barbara MISHCF Beverly Anderson Shlrley Huffman Darlene Haworth
Pat Koeppel Den1se Derrah Carol Montank Mary Jenks DeAnne Wlll1amS Delores
Shortrldge Joanne Corbett Beverly Reeser Conn1e McDougall Janlce Clack Mary
lou Vandel Marllyn Jackson Lola Rldenour Joan LaChance Rae LaChance Annette
Hoel Sharon Casey LOIS Smith Shirley Dow Janet Porter Pat Burkhart ITIS
Mann Margle W1ll1amson Jane Lowell Valrene Faulkner Shxrley Moulton Betty
Bates Barbara Tamblmg Beverly Lev1tt Arta Ohlmg Beverly Pepper Allce Kropp
Mary Sause Charlotte Burrows Betty Stellmacher Carleen Johnston Ellnor Cole
man Le1la Dehm Shrrley Fmtel Barbara Yutzxe Glorla Jerde Barbara Saylor
Evelyn Palmer Barbara Black Alta Sjoblom Glorla Worland Pat MCLIDQ Betty
Feuerste1n Pat Nlckel Charlene Venard Twyla Venard Dlane Parkhlll Patsy
Covev Charlotte Weatherford Advlsers Muse P31-meh Mr Parent
gamzatxons rn the school
The assembly rn February carrymg the theme Stude Ranch was a wmnxng success
Also our volleyball Playday was successful and enjoyed by all who attended
The GAA was acnve all through the year They sold popcorn and candy at several
football games and took coat check at almost all the basketball games
In Apnl the Splnster Skxp was held The theme was Daxsy Do You and was one
of the most successful dances of the year
One of the most enyoyed of all was the beach tmp rn May Wet feet drrty clothes and
sandy food was the outcome but everyone enjoyed rt
Left to rlght Jane Lowell sergeant at arms Margle W1ll1amson Badmlnton Cath
erme Tomllnson Presldent Mrs Parent asslstant advlsor Betty Bates Blkmg
Marlanne Mtchele Intramural manager Valrene Faulkner H1k1ng Le11a Dehm
Publxclty manager Barbara Yutzxe Tumbhng Arta Ohhng Basketball Janet Bus
sard Swrmmmg Janet Porter Tennls Janet Slpe Secretary Pat Burkhart Golf
and Skatmg Beverly Pepper Pmg Pong Mlss Parrlsh Advlsor Charlotte Burrows
Treasurer Betty Stellmacher Skung Jamce Clack Volleyball
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Albany Propane Gas
Albany Seed Company
Albany Typewnter Exchange
Ames Hardware Company
Ben Franklm Vanety
Braly Fred Realtor
Bowman Motor Company
Burch s Shoe Store
Carnck John Contractor
Carpenter B111 Umon Servrce
C C Store
Chandler Servlce Station
Dxrrett and Davis Plumbmg
Dooley Brothers Market
Duedall and Potts
Foley Jewelry Store
F M French and Son Jewelers
Harry s Meat Market
Hammond Lumber Company
Hull Hollis Jeweler
In and Out Hamburgers
Jake s Cleaners
Joe s Dlner
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Kaufman s Apparel
Lee s Camera Shop
Lovelace Floral Shop
Mason Drug Store
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Payless Drug and Fountam
Rawlmgs Statronery Store
Red Crown Mrll
Seaton Buxldmg Supply
Sllver Wheel Motor Frerght
Senders Seed Co
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Stuart Cleaver Insurance
Txtle and Trust
Vmce Barrett Sport Shop
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