Albany Union High School - Whirlwind Yearbook (Albany, OR)
- Class of 1953
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This book is brought to you in the hope that it will be a lasting
memorial to the outstanding achievements and activities having taken
place during the year.
When you look back through the pages of this publication
years from now you will find friends and remember incidents that will be
We hope you will enjoy this book as much as we have enjoyed
bringing it to you.
THE WHIRLWIND STAFF.
The Graduating Class of '55 wishes to dedicate this book to the
willing and untiring guidance and friendship ot' the Albany High
It has been through their efforts that the Cliiss hits reached one
ofits highest goals. Striving to invest each individual with higher
standards of learning :ind ability. has been their utmost concern.
Not only have they endeavored to bring forth ll little interest on
the part ofthe student but also they have enlightened by means
of instruction. the minds of all individuals connected with the
We all remember our dear frxmd md srhool
marc Donna Cox who mcr hcr death m m
automoblle aecxdenr th1s last summer In mem
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ucrpauon m her claw and school aernxnrms ue
ded1cate thls The results of her xxorle md
acr1x1t1e5 vull always llve on though she ls no
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Left to right: Mr. Hogan, Mr. Griffith, Mr, Weatherford, Mr. Code,
Mr. Edwards, Mr. Wilson, Mr. Groshong, Mr. Dolmeyer.
The duty of the Board of Education is to endorse the pol-
icies ofAlbany Union High School, District No. 8.
Deciding on plans, contractor and other incidentals for
the new school were their biggest problems for this year.
All of the students should be very thankful for the
wonderful job the Board of Education has done in giving
us the best things they possibly can.
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In memorv of-IoAnn Steen A frxendly smlle
and pepps vlvacrousness that were so charae
terrstrc of her are remembered mth sadness as
we thlnk of our frlend and schoolmate who
also met her death rn the accldent Albam
I-hgh wrll never forget IIS great loss
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FACULTY SN APSH
LATIN AND ATTENDANCE
Mrss Veromco Tracy
Mass Wilma Spence
Mr Stanley Czech
DEAN OF GIRLS
Mrs. Irene Parent
BOYS COU ELOR
Mr Allen Rogers
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The lawmakers ofthe ALBANY UNION HICEH ScHoO1. S'I'L'DENT
BODY are the members of the STUDENT COVNCII.. The Presi-
dent of"the Student Body heads this group which is composed
of the class presidents, representatives and Student Body Offi-
cers, This groupls main purpose is to help solve most of the
problems dealing with school activities.
Reorganization ofthe club and activities program to co-or-
dinate with the new school is the biggest problem of this
vear's Student Council.
Under the leadership of this years Student Body officers,
the activities and scholarship accomplishments of the students
have been very successful.
MR ARNOLD HAGEN
Srudenr Body Advisor
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SE NI O R
Begtnnmg thexr hlgh school career 1n the fall of 1950 the
Class of 53 began the1r record makrng and breakmg hrstory
wtth typlcal sophomore determnnatnon and enthuslasm
They first organxzed under ames Pound and proved therr
abxhty to work together by taklng second place rn the Krng and
Queen of Hearts competrtron The Devrl to Pay brought
hrst place rn Class Acts to the Sophomores a very
As unrors the class elected Ernle Smrth to grve orders
That year they won the clothrng drrve showmg the same sp1r1t
wrth whxch they had begun junxor candxdates were crowned
Famlly was well recerved two evenmgs rn March
A second v1ctory rn Class Acts went to the Class of 53 for
Danger Imposter A.ct1v1t1es for the Class were fmrshed w1th
the trad1t1onal r Sr Prom grven for the graduatmg class
ames Pound was agam elected to lead the class 1n ICS greatest
year He was supported by V1ce Pres Gary Strunk Secretary
Lola Rldenour and Treasurer Marxlyn Chandler Hot Ice
the senror class play brought them more laurels and therr
Chrrstmas Prom Moonlxght and Mlstletoe was an outstand
mg success The Chrrstmas clothrng dnve v1ctory went to the
sentors after a hard fought competmon In the sprtng an
orrgmal class act proved that th1s great class had reta1ned the
enthusxasm Wrth whlch It began xts career The trad1t1onal
Skxp Day near the end of school brought the act1v1t1es of the
class to a wonderful close
The success of our class could not have been so great rf we
hadn t been graced wnth exceptlonal advxsors Mrs Irene Parent
and Mr Lee Cardon d1d a great deal for us and to them
We Say MANY THANKS
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MOST POPULAR VXGREATEST CONTRIBUTION
MOST THOUGHTFUL PRETTIEST - MOST HANDSOME
Paul Cleaver - Lola Ridenour Nancy Neuschwander - Fred Bollinger
Ron Hall- Shirley Fintell Pal Covey - Charles Reynolds
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GRADUATING CLASS OF '53
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STANLEY I-IAMANN JIM HARRISON PATSY SCOTT HARSHMAN MARGY HAYES DQNALD HEYERLY
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JU 1011 CLASS
ldhc C llss of 54 lxgm thur sccond mir it A L H S hx Qlcctlng
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Bll ohnson Vlcc Prgslclcm Msrm Rldcnour bmrctzrv Sh1rlu
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rcr and the follovxmg rnprcscntatlvc
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Thn Cllss lclxlsors mug
Thy lust ILUWIU of tlm yur thc Lllss Qompctmon to fill hussns
fur rhg lv lslxnth 111 llmhorgn IH Smut Humn showul tlllt tha
Class hul 1 gnu xmoum of splrlr C hr1stm1s food luslwrs md thu
Clothmg alum vmrc llso wgll supporrul hx the Class
hlhn umor Class Pl lx w 19 vcrx wgll rccewcd bv thc audlcmc
The chrutor Mrs Zlmmcr and the utors
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hrought forth 1 hnc umor Class Assymhlx
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DONNA BAILEY WALLACE BAILEY BARBARA BAKER BOB BAKER
HORACE BATES .IANICE BLAKE JAMES BLAIZER JO ANN BORDE RON BREMMER MARVIN WENNEMAN LORETTA 5U5H HAppy CAHILL
CARTER DAN CASEBIER
BETTY CUSTER SHIRLEY DAVIS TED DEMING VIRGINIA DIMICK
RAY FISHER JOYCE FLAMME BETTY FOX PHYLLIS GOIN
NADINE CLARK DAVID CLEM SHIRLEY COLE
NEAL CRAIG DON CROSS
Boa DIXON WIIMA EHRLICI-I ESIHEP FLUCKSON BARBARA FAULKNER
DONNA GRATE GEORGINIA GRIFFIN
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The class of 55 under the exeellent leadershlp ot Pete Wrlfert Presxdent and
3dV1S0fS Mrs Nancy Whrte and Mr Wnllram McCammon has come through a yery
enyoyable and mterestmg sophomore vear Axded by the eooperatron and eagerness
0 Vlce Presldent erry Roth Secretary Dave Ludlovy Treasurer Nancy Rol1nd and
Representatlves erry Hazelwood Luelna Weber 1nd Dlclc Crooks the class
has worked hard and has seen both sorrow and yretoryf
After gomg through the tortures and m1ser1es of Sophomore Imtlatxon and the NANCY ROLAND
effects whleh usually follow the elass 1mmed1ately got dovyn ro work T"eU5""e'
We started the year vylth a bang by sellmg balloons at the football games
next IU l1ne was the annual Sophomore Llass Assembly when thls elass put on the
one act play The Lrttle Red Sehool House
The clothlng drlye came next durmg wh1eh t1me all three classes took gre If prlde
IU trvmg to outdo the other guy The Sophomore class vyalked away vylth the
second prrze IH th1s eompetxtlon
The Class sponsored 1 bus to one ol the out of tovyn games and also a soels hop
dance after one of the home games
The Sophomores put IH 1 lot ot h1rd vyork on the next and most rmportmt eyent
the Class Aets tnd only reeeryed thlrd pl lee All the Sophomores yylll a ree JERRY HAZELWOOD
that they had 1 lot of lun md experlenee durmg the1r hrs year th 1 oplng Represemoh
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The members of Takena Chapter, National Honor Society, Mmim enmmea Muiclnven mcovev
are selected by faculty vote on the basis of scholarship, character,
leadership, and service. The organization consists of the top
fifteen per cent of the senior class, five per cent being initiated
in the spring of their junior year, and the other ten per cent
being initiated in the fall.
Their activities consisted of a banquet in March, and a spring
picnic. They also presented a skit in the All-School Show.
Ice cream, candy, and popcorn were sold at the football games
and basketball games to raise money for the organization. BETTVFEUERSTFIN SH'RlEYf'NTELl JACKIE FISHER
An award was given by the club to the senior boy and girl
who had made the most progress while in high school.
Officers for the first semester were Charles Reynolds,
President, Neil Causbie, Vice President, Wayne Burclc, Secretary
and Marilyn Chandler, Treasurer.
Those in command for the second semester were Robert
Weber, President, Paul Cleaver, Vice President, Delores
Shortridge, Secretary, and Clayton Wood, Treasurer.
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SHIRLEY HUFFMAN MARY JENKS LESLEE PERSE
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One of the most active organizations in the Albany Senior High during this past year has
been the Albany Chapter ot' the Future Farmers of America.
In the fall Clayton Wood. Ernie Smith. and Gary Rex went to Kansas City. Kansas, to
attend the National convention of the Future Farmers of America. Wliile there the Oregon
Poultry Team consisting oftiour members. three from Albany. won the Bronze Emblem award.
Ernie Smith was the winner of the Gold Emblem.
During the year several skating parties and hay rides were held with the Future Home-
makers of America, The FHA, girls cooked the boys their annual banquet which was held
in the late tall,
The EEA. group entered the Corn Show which was held here at Albany High They were
very successful at this. with Sherman Grate placing very high, followed by Clayton Vfood.
The Albany Chapter is a holder ot' the Gold Emblem which signifies that they are one of
the top thirty-nine chapters in the lhited States.
The orncers for this past year were: Ernie Smith, presidentg Clayton Wfood. vice-president:
Don Luther, secretaryg Sherman Grate. treasurerg Bill Houchin. reporter: and Kent Muller,
LEFT TO RIGHT: ERNIE SMITH, DON LUTHER, CLAYTON WOOD.
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13. EUGENE FISHER
14. RAY FISHER
15. RICHARD FISHER
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17. DICK HOPEMAN
18. DON HEYERLY
19. D1CK KROPP
21. CLARIS POPPERT
22. CHARLES REYNOLDS
23. JERRY ROTH
24. GARY STRUNK
20. KENNY MILLS
25. ERNIE SMITH
26. JACK THURBER
27. BOB WEBER
28. BOB WEINRICK
29. RALPH WILCOX
30. PETE WILFERT
The creed of the Hi-Y is to "create, maintain. and extend throughout the school and com-
munity, high standards of Christian character." The boys of the Albany Hi-Y Chapter have
done everything in their power this last year to do just this. They have attended church
regularly and given the opening invocations in the weekly assembly programs.
I-Ii-Y sponsored many activities during the year, such as the schoolwide "Whiskerino" and
the "Twirp Season" which is new this year.
Proving very successful were two meetings at which the boys met with the "17". The
discussion of dating and of high school problems were the main points of both meetings.
The orhcers heading the club in tl1e past eventful year were jack W'eiss, Presidentl Neil
Causbie, Vice Presidentg Bruce Johnstone. Secretary: Art Haas. Treasurerg Gene Webb,
Sergeant-at-armsg and Gene Fisher, Chaplain.
The Girls' Federation is headed by an executive committee of seventeen girls, including ten
seniors and seven juniors. Since all the girls in school are members ol'Gi1'ls' lfederation, they
always choose seventeen girls to discuss Girls' Federation business and school problems. They
meet every Tuesday noon to discuss these problems.
This year's ollicers ot' "U" consist ot' Connie lxl1lLilJOLlgLlll, Presidentg Shirley Dow. Vice-
Presidentg Lola Ridenour, Secretaryg Phyllis Mishler. Treasurerg and Nancy Neuschwzinder.
Some of these outstanding social activities of this past year have been the Queen of Hearts
Dance, the All-School Show and the Clothing Drive.
Every year a gift ofS25 is given to the outstanding girl in the senior class. and a corsage
to the outstanding junior and sophomore girl, These girls are chosen tor their leadership.
personality, friendliness, and most important of all, their contribution to the school,
The seventeen girls elect a girl of the month every month. She is chosen tor some type ot
outstanding work she has done during that month. The girls also have 11 night meeting once
ll month. and also attend church in a group once a month.
1. Connie MacDougall
2. Shirley Dow
3. Lola Rudenour
4. Phyllis Mlshler
5. Nancy Neuschwander
6. Carol Canada
7. Barbara Faulkner
8. Mary Jenks
9. Diane Jones
10. Janet MacDonald
11. Carleen Newport
12. Myrna Ridenour
13. Velma Soderholm
14. Donna Slavens
15. Lois Smith
16. Ardys Wldmer
17. Florence Woodworth
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Back row: Art Haas, Ben Smith, George Young, Duyane Parks, Fred Bollinger Harry Barton Ray Wallace
Ivan Musfoe, Phil Jeter.
Third row: Ted Demmlng, Ivan Herschberger, Barbara Faulkner, Sharrel Houfek Ton: llch Roy Parsons Kay
Mahr, Nancy Neuschwancler, Mailyn Miller,
Second row: Leon Wallace, Roberta Streff, Pat Koeppel, Lilly Muller, Richard Fisher John Roth Joanne
Ellison, Shirley Finlell.
Front row: Ardys Widmer, Arlene Kernnel, Janis Blake, Ruth Rawdon Joyce Flarnme Rose Blanton
Margaret Ellickson, Mara Lou McMillan, Glenda Harman.
During the past several months, the chorus has participated in
programs given at many ofthe service clubs, women's groups,
and church organizations, as well as for the different school
groups in the community, One of the most enjoyable assemblies
of the past year was presented by the Albany High School
chorus. Helping Mr. Sarchet, advisor and director of the group.
were the oflicers, President Art Haas. Vice President
Toni Ilch. and Secretary-Treasurer Sharrel Houfek.
Back row: George Rhodaback, Bob James, Dick Banton, Don Harmes, Arlen Samard, LeRoy Snyder, Harold
Nemchick, Karen Smith, David Hayes, Richard Fisher.
Third row: Terry Young, Jim Blazier, John Unfred, Margery Carper, Myrna Shieman, Margaret Carper, John
Brennan, Dick Mickelson, George Young.
Second row: Bob Dixon, Al Trimble, Arylene Bell, Elsie Yagelski, Wallace McCallister, Chuck Slocum, John
Jordon, Marlo Hall.
Front row: June Senters, Colleen Wells, Alma Jean Horning, Dick Harper, Dessie Hartsook, Claudio
McPherson, Wilma Yutzie.
Kneeling: Rose Blanton, Carol Hocken.
The organization of the Albany Union High School
that does the most service during thc year is thc band.
They play for the games, both at home and away, The
band has held many parties during the past year that
were enjoyed by all members ofthe group.
The advisor and instructor for this organization is
Mr. Wcnodrow Sarchct.
Bock row Dovrd Fisher Ldrry Dryden John Cothey, Horold Pontius, Second row: Neil Craig, Wes DuMont, Jerry Reynolds, Art Coftey,
Deon Sorenson Donny Cosebrer Ronnie l-lull Eugene Webb. Richard Fisher, Jock Weiss, Doy Gollum, Ernie Smith, Wayne BUfClK,
Fourth row Dowd Ludlow Don Srncl ey Rorph Wilcox, Don COGClW KHUC-'lS9f1,
Gregory Ted Aberson Dick Grill Eugene Fisher. first row- Fronk Burford, Clans Popperl, Bun Doerfler, Fred Bole
Third row Cooeh Czech Ron Reeser Neil Cousble, Dove Shelby, linger. GCIVY 5TVUI'1l4, W- C, WlllIGVY1S, DlCl4 MOVSG, Bob DVYUUYM
Duck Kropp Vern Bradley Bob Drxen Clayton Wood, Arr Hcos, ROY Flsllef
The Order of'A includes lettermen from the five major sports, football, basketball,
baseball, wrestling and track. The officers this year were: Eugene Webb, presidentg
Art Coffey, vice-presidentg Don Reeves, secretaryg Clayton Wood, treasurerg and
Claris Poppert, sergeant-at-arms. Mr. Czech was the advisor ofthe club.
They acted as sergeant-at-arms during all school assemblies. The annual Smoker
sponsored by the Order ofA was very successful. They also sponsored a "Twirp
Season" which was something new at our school.
Banquets. skating and swimming parties were the high events ofthe Order ofA
Wleekly meetings were held to carry out the club's necessary business.
The production shop is one ofthe most active service organizations in the school
.is they did nothing for themselves, only things for the school. They took care of
the auditorium and helped the ditlerent classes build scenery for the class plays
l hey also helped repair desks. cupboards. etc.. that had been broken.
Ml? MlCKLESO'Xl REF GERlO GERALD KOONS, ARNOLD DENTON, EUGENE FISHER, BUZZ BATES,
GLEN BELK JAP WES DUMONT KENT MLJLLER FRANKUN MEYERS, RAY FISHER.
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Although not widely publicized. debate is one ofthe most active and hardworking organizations in Albany Union
High. This year there were six varsity debaters to form a nucleus and start things rolling. These people were:
Charles Reynolds, Paul Cleaver, Neil Causbie. Wfayne Burck, Pat Covey, and Melville Halsey. Several new faces
adorned this organization and plunged right in like old-timers. The new members were: -lim Cowgill, Dick Crooks,
Peter Hyatt, Nicky Hornhrook, Peggy Stone, Ted Demingujohn Causbie, and Bill Barrett.
The members ofthe debate squad started the year with a practice tournament at Portland University, After this
they attended tournaments at Pacific University in Forest Grove, Linfield College in McMinnville, Willamette
University in Salem, and the Oregon State High School tournament at Oregon State College in Corvallis,
Besides debating. the debate squad members participated in individual events. Some of these were: Oratory.
Extemporaneous speaking, Impromptu speaking. Interpretive reading, after dinner speaking. and many others.
The State Tournament for the individual events was held at Oregon State College.
The Debate Club raised its own expense money for the tournaments by selling ads for the football programs and
selling coffee, etc., at the games.
The ofhcers who guided the club through the year were: President, Charles Reynolds, Vice President, Paul
Cleaver, Secretary, Pat Coveyg Treasurerulim Cowgillg Song Leader, Melville Halseyg and Exalted Keeper ofthe
Mat, Dick Crooks. The advisor was Mr. Rogers.
A number of high school youths are interested in, and in need of securing employment training in the industrial
and business helds, looking toward full-time employment following high school graduation.
One method of providing such instruction is carried out in Albany High School through the Part-time Coopera-
tion Program, For student workers in the non-apprenticable occupations, there is the D. O. fDiversihed Occupa-
tionsj Program, and the T 5: I, Program tor those students in the apprenticable trades and industries.
The basic obiective ofthe Part-Time Cooperative Program is to prepare high school boys and girls for useful
employment in occupations of their choice. Students acquire practical work experience through part-time super-
vised legal employment that provides systematic training under actual job conditions.
LEFT TO RIGHT: VELMA SODERHOLM, LOIS SMITH DON LOVE, MARY
JENKS, YELL QUEEN, LAVON MOORE, DIANE JONES, DONNA SLAVENS.
Thcsc sewn ycll lcgulcrs tiorrnccl ll group of thc most active.
cm-rgctit. .intl sportshrninilcil pt-oplc cvcr sat-n .it Albany High
School. Mary Jenks was clcutcd Yell Queen of thc squad of
hvc Seniors and two ,juniors Tha-sc students promotcd spirit
in all of the school nctivitics throughout thc year.
DONNA SLAVENS VELMA SODERHOLM
Prromoting school spirit and better sportsmanship is the purpose of the Booster Club of Albany High
School. Tlicv have also tried to be ot' service to the school as vvell as trying to bring about cooperation
The main activitv throughout the vear has been sponsoring buses to out-of-town games and having sales
Among our fond memories and one that certainlv vve long remember was the bonfire and chili feed for
the Corvallis Rallv. Another will be the Slumber Party that was held at the Girl Scout cabin after a Sock
One of the events ending our activities which had long been looked forward to, both bv the girls and
Another activity. of which we are very proud, was being asvved to usher and sell programs at the State
Jo Anne Borde
Jo Anne Martin
Nancy Kay Reiley
Dee Anne Williams
Florence Woodworth Editor In Chuef Mr
Wtlltam McCammon Advisor Sally Ohlmg
Asststant Edttor N N U
Carlene Newport Asststant Gtrls Sports
Edttor Fred Bolltnger Co Edttor Boys
Janet Stapleton, Sentor Edttor, Duane Jones,
Junuor Edttor, Luctna Weber: Sophomore
Sports Nancy Neuschwcnder Girls Sports
Edntor Bun Doerller Co Edttor Boys Sports
Belsy Krrever Achvmes Staff Barbara Falkner
Acrrvmes Stal? Myrna Rrdenour Acfrvmes Ed
:for Lola Rrdenour Organrzafrons Edrtor
Beverley Reeser Organrzahons Staff Nancy
S I I K ' I Kay Reiley Organrzotrons Sfaf?
Sales Staff Orpha Wolford Roy Parsons
Jo Ann Borde Terry Young Leslee Perse
Manager Kenny Mrlls
Delores Shortridge, Co-Copy Editorg Carolyn
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Sheppard, Business Edilorg Shirley Huffman,
Arfistg Dee Anne Williams, Co-Copy Editorg
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We would like to thank Charles
Reynolds, Ernie Smith, Paul
Cleaver, and Neil Causbie for
the great job they did as MCS
this past year.
The MCS were chosen by
student body vote until last year
when several different people
These boys, along with those
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organizations, have done an
excellent job and should be
commended for it.
Albany Union High School was visited by a number of national
assembly troupes this past year. All were extremely well received
and Albany High was acknowledged in one of the National
Assembly magazines for the fine attention given at these programs.
The classes put on varied assemblies as well as many of the organ-
izations. The people who worked so hard upon these programs
deserve a big hand for their job in the school year 1952-1953.
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Queen Nancy Neuschwander, Princess Florence Woodworth, Princess Mary Jenks,
Princess Mickie Graber, Princess Ardys Widmer, Princess Myrna Ridenour, Princess
Jean Johnstone, Princess Marion Roth. Missing from the picture is Princess Nancy
1955 High School Carnival Court
Selected to rein over the 1955 carnival. "It Happens Every Spring." is Nancy Neuschwander. Nancy is chaplain
of "17", secretary of the student body. and a member of the rally squad. This is Nancy's third year as a mem-
ber of the court-two years as a princess and now as the queen.
Another dark-haired member ofthe court is Florence Wloodworth, a member of "l7',, Honor Society, Quill
and Scroll, Future Homemakers of America. rally squad. She holds a state othce in the Order of Raih ow Girls
and is Editor-in-chief of the Annual.
Princess Mary Jenks is the other senior member ofthe carnival court. She is a very active member of Girls,
Athletic Association, Honor Society, yell squad. and a representative of the senior class.
Ardys Widmer. a princess from the junior class. proves to be a very interesting person for her wildest ambi-
tion is to sit on a star and swish her bare feet in the milky way.
Princess Myrna Ridenour. another junior member. lists her many interests as Girls' Athletic Association.
"l7". Booster Club, Rainbow, Annual Staff' activities editor. and secretary of her class.
Katherine Graber. Mickie to her friends. is very active in Girls' Athletic Association. Booster Club, and
Rainbow. as well as being very much a necessary part of her class.
Jean Johnstone. a sophomore, includes in her activities Girls' Athletic Association. and Rainbow. Jean was
also a member ofthe court of Nancy Neuschwander. Queen of Hearts.
When she was asked about her first reaction at learning that she was to be a princess. Marion Roth replied.
"I was so surprised, I just don't know." Marion. a native of Albany. is a sophomore,
Nancy Underwood, the final sophomore member of the court. was unable to be at school for the dubbing.
but she said that she thought that it was wonderful to be honored in this way.
Escorts were Neil Causbie. escorting the Queen. Ch.rrles Reynolds. escorting Florence Woodwortli. l.aYon
Moore. escorting Mary Jenks. Bruce Johnstone, escorting Mickie Graber. Eugene Fisher, escorting Ardys
Widmer, Neal Craig. escorting Myrna Ridenour. Bill Johnson. escoting Jean Johnstone. Ray Fisher. escorting
Marion Roth. Jack Daniels. escorting Nancy Underwood.
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Eugene Fwsher, Bruce Rrdwnger, Duck Kropp, Dove l.uCHow, Jam Rowlee, Rolph Wnlcox, Couch Czech, Couch Kerr,
Bock Row- Ed Kohouf, Dove Bloke, Don Cosebuer, Bruce Johnstone, George Rhodobock, Dove She4by, John
Co1hey,DonSmoNey,Ron Reeser, Dennis Ronto, Pete Wnlfert, Mgr.
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Albam 1' XY'ashington Albanx no vluncrlon City -15
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COACH CARBON Albany So Sweet Hornc STATE TOURNAMENT
Albany So liugene Albam 'll Medford S8
Albany 69 Lebanon Albam '1 The Dalles 'o
Albam 52 Salem. Albam as Central Catholic o'
Coach Lee Cardon and his well trained team of Bulldog hoopsters established a brilliant record tor the 1952-
1955 basketball season. With speedsters Pontius. Poppert and Sorenson. and baclcboard sweeping Shelly and
ifausbie. the Bulldogs finished the regular season with seventeen victories against five losses.
Some of the top teams of the state bowed before the Bulldogs, enabling them to enter the district playoff.
After two decisive victories in the district playoff, the Bulldogs for the first time in thirty years entered
the state tournament. In the opening game they defeated Medford 'O-58.
In a spectacular game that was close, all the way. The Dalles. number one team in the state. squeezed out
.1 close '6-'l win in the last few minutes.
In consolation play the Bulldogs dropped a heartbreaker to Central Catholic 6'-65.
Thus was written the finale to a highly successful season.
Although Ron Hall. Neil Causbie. Harold Pontius, Claris Poppert and Gene Webb will be lost through
graduation. Dean Sorenson. Dave Shelby, Pete XY'ilfert. led Abc-rson. Dick Moore. Ray Derrah and Prank
Burford will be returning next year.
Left to right: Roy Derroh, Deon Sorenson, Ron Hull, Ron Young, John Cc1hey,NeiI Ct1usb1e,Dove Shelby,
Pete Wilferf, Ted Aberson, Horold Pontius, Frank Burford.
Kneeling: Don Luther, monoger, Coach Lee Cordon, Sion Hommon, manager.
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Dallas .... .
Albany Canby .,... .
Albany Springfield. .
Albany Salem .. . . .
Albany Corvallis ....
Albany Sweet Home
Albany Lebanon ..,.
COACH DRYNAN Albany Springfield, .
Albany Sweet Home
Albany Lebanon ....
Albany Corvallis ....
Albany Dallas .,,...
The wrestling team, trained by Coach Tom Drynan, achieved a wrestling record which will be difhcult to
surpass. It had been assumed that this was to be a building year, for although there were eight returning
lettermen, many ofthe boys were Freshmen. Sophomores and Juniors. These lads piled up such records that
the team won twelve regular team matches over schools which usually place high in the state tournament,
namely. Canby, McMinnville, Salem and Dallas. The team's only loss was a practice match with OSC Rooks.
In a thrilling district tournament the Bulldogs qualified Larry Dryden, Ron Resser, Bob Drynan, Don
Reeves, Wes Dumont, jerry Reynolds, Clayton Wood. Don Bremmer, Ray Fisher, W. C. Williams, and
Bobbie Eagan. In the state tournament Larry Dryden placed third and Wes Dumont finished fourth.
Albany will lose by graduation the following lettermen: Clayton Wood, Manley Mundorf, jim Tapper,
Wes Dumont, Larry Dryden, and Don Reeves.
Back row: Clayfon Wood, Jack SCH, Marvin Brennernan, Ray Fisher, Don Bremmer, Manley Mundorf, Bob
Drynan. Third row: Coach Tom Drynan, Neil Craig, Jack McCary, Larry Faulkner, .lim Wilbur, Charles
Lahea, Jim Tapper, Sonny Montgomery, Duwayne Harmon, Bernie Davis. Second row: Charles Gupton, mgr.,
Dick Penning, Larry Cushing, Dick Morse, Wes Dumont, Larry Dryden, Ron Soulhwick, Duane Heath, Max
Pope, Dick Gupton, .lack Donahue, mgr. Front row: Larry Trimble, Don Grill, Gene Fisher, Dick Eagan, Don
Reeves, Jerry Fingerlos, Bob Eagan, B. E. Williams, LeRoy Bremmer.
Bock row: Couch Chuck Kerr, Roger Shortridge, Bob Daly, Lovern Brodly, Jerry Hazelwood, Dove Shelby,
Pete Wilferi, Ron Holl, Bun Doerfler, Dick Moore, Ernie Smith, Couch Sion Czech,
Front row: Wolly Jones, mgr., Jerry Roth, Dove Ludlow, Roy Derrc1h,loclcWeiss, Deon Sorenson, Doy Gollum,
Gene Fox, Fronkie Burford, Richard Fisher, mgr,
March 27. afternoon . . Lincoln at Portland
Marth F, evening , . . Lincoln at Portland
April ' , ,. , . . Sweet Home at Albany
April 10 , , , Eugene at Albam
April 14, afternoon ,Bend at Albany
April 14. evening .Bend at Albany
April 17 , Albany at Salem
April 21 Albany .it Lebanon
April 2-l Lebanon at Albany
April zs . Albany if osc Rooks COACH F
April Z8 Albany .it Sweet Home 'HUCK
May 1 Albany at Corvallis KEPP
May 5. . .Salem at Albany
May 6 Albany ar Eugene
May 9 OSC Rooks .it Albany
May 15, afternoon Albany at Springfield
May 15, evening
Albany at Springiield
While Coach Chuck Kerr lost a large portion ol' his State Championship Baseball team through graduation.
Albany has very good chance of returning to the tournament and retaining the trophy. XVith returning letter-
men pitchers. Ron Hall, Ernie Smith and Frank Burtord. the only remaining member of the 1955 all-star team
on the Albany squad, and with sophomores Gene lfox. Pete XVilr'ert and .Ierry Hazelwood on this year's team.
the Bulldogs have a very' sound mound stall. Jack Weiss, Dean Sorenson .ind Ray Derrah are the returning
letterman inlielders. but Dave Shelby and Dave Ludlow at lirst and Roger Shortridge at third are showing signs
of giving these "old hands" a run for their positions. LaVern Bradly, a letterman from last year. and Bob Daly
are holding down the catching position. Doy Gatlin is the only outlielder having preyiously earned a letter.
but Bun Doerller, Dick Moore and Bruce Ridenger are also showing their ability to meet the situation oigood
lielding when it arises.
Since coming to Albany, Coach Kerr has established a very impressive retord. going to state tor three con-
secutive years and winning the championship last year to climax a highly successful season.
This year's schedule was only partially completed when this book went to press but it looked very promising.
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Second row Couch Edwards, Harmon, Weber, RrwodC1bock,Scof?, FuuNkner, Ronto, Kurfz,CC1usbIe,
Kerly, Doves Lc1Mrue Coocn Dvynon.
From row Bkuke Drxovn Webb Pomrus Denton, Gregery,Grow,R-yder,MCCory,Mur1dorf, Burck,
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Track is still a young sport in Albany. As more boys become
interested and turn out, the team gains in strength.
To help to show this fact is the example set when Albany placed
third in the recently held Hayward Relays in competition
with teams from all over the state.
Coach Drynan was greeted by a number of returning lettermen
when practice opened this year. Dick Morse, who placed
in the State Meet as a Freshman and ran in record time last year
as a Sophomore, will be again running the mile. Arnold
Denton, Bob'Drynan, George Rhodaback and Bob Weber are
running the distances, with Bernard Davis also running
the mile. Harold Pontius and Bob Dixon are running the sprints.
In the hurdles, Bob Dixon and Claris Poppert are gaining
strength for the Albany team.
Dan Casebier and Don Gregory are throwing the javelin
while Gene Webb, Ron Reeser and Bun Doerfler heave the shot
around and toss the discus, Neil Causbie, Manly Mundorf
and Frankie Ryder are holding down the spots awarded
to high jumpers this year.
According to Coach Drynan, the team will undoubtedly
have a "great" year.
G. A. A.
Carolyn Sheppard, the G.A.A. president. has
been chosen for one ofthe tour Olive Branch-
ers. She was chosen because of her work and
outstanding leadership in G.A.A.
Carolyn likes all sports and takes an active
part in each one. but she does list horseback
riding, ball games and swimming as her
favorites. Previous to this year being presia A X Q
dent, Carolyn was on the G.A.A. council her ' A -
junior year. This year of being president has
proved successful for her.
Lois Smith, the second Olive Brancher, has
contributed much to this year of G.A.A. as
vice president. As chairman of the annual
spinster skip, which certainly proved to be a
great success, Lois worked very hard. She also
was chosen because of her outstanding abil-
ities in sports and cooperation in everything.
Along with G.A.A. vice president, Lois has
worked hard in "17" Club, Yell leader, and
Rainbow for Girls. Finlell.
Kneeling. Denise Derroh, Miss Morne: Chadwick, Lois Smith.
Standing: Carolyn Sheppard, Mrs. lrene Porent, Shirley
Shirley Fintel, active in all sports in G.A.A.,
has been chosen for an Olive Brancher this
year. Shirley has worked on the council of
G.A.A. and participated in every sport, which she enjoys very much. She is not only busy in G.A.A., but does
lots of work for her other clubs also,
Shirley was made very happy when she was presented first place in her artistic ability for making a corsage
for the spinster skip.
Denise Derrah has also been chosen for an Olive Brancher because of her excellent work on the G.A.A.
council this year as swimming manager. She had a difhcult job which kept her busy planning many swimming
trips. Denise is always willing to help out on committees when needed. Not only is she a good worker but she
is also good in her sports. Along with G.A.A. she is in Booster Club and the Girls, Federation, and helps in
The Girls' Athletic Association has had a most enjoyable year under the leadership of Mrs. Parent and Miss
Chadwick. This being Mrs. Parentls third year as P. E. teacher and G,A.A. advisor, the girls have truly learned
to love her and confide in her with utmost confidence. Mrs. Parent has also been kept busy being Senior class
advisor and dean of girls, Miss Chadwick. who previously taught in Silverton, came to Albany this year as
teacher of P. E. Vivacious and full of fun, Miss Chadwick just seems like another one of the girls. She is as
active in sports and participates in them as well as anyone.
Being one of the largest and most spirited organizations in school. the Girls' Athletic Associa-
tion has many activities.
The G.A.A. sponsors all girls' noon intramurals and also credits its members for the sports
they participate in outside of school. They sometimes hold parties for the girls to participate in
these sports, such as hiking, bowling. swimming. A point system is used for all of these sports.
C A A Their main means for raising money was selling Christmas cards. They also had concessions
o o 0 at the football and basketball games. One ofthe G.A.A.'s new ways of raising money this year.
was cooking and serving the football banquet.
The important winter event ofthe G.A.A. is the volleyball playday in April. They invite sev-
eral visiting schools for a day of playing, food and fun.
An annual event of the spring is the all-school Spinster Skip to which the girls ask the boys.
The girls furnish transportation, money and make unique corsages.
The year ended with a trip to the coast via bus, This involves dunking of the new otlicers.
riding horses and a lot of fun in general, like all other G.A.A. events.
G. A . A ' Solving of problems and planning of events for the G.A.A. are under the guidance of the
council. The G.A.A, Council is composed of otlicers who are elected .md the sports managers
who are appointed by the officers and advisors. The sports managers also care for the activities
ot their respective sport and record the points tor the members.
Back row Carol Montanlc, Georgianna Cvrrfihn, Pat Mitchell, Jane Holmes, Front row Mrs. Irene Parent, Charlotte Weatherford,
Kathryn Graber, Betty Feuerstein, Denise Derrah, Kaye Atlee. Shirley Huffman, Mary Jenks, Beverley Reeser, Leslee
Second raw DeeAnn Williams, Janet McDonald, Shirley Davis, Phyllis Perse, Lois Smith, Carolyn Sheppard, Sally Ohling,
Mishler, Kay Mohr, Nancy KcyReiley,Sharrell'loufelt,PatMeLmg,Lolt1 Ardys Wudmer, Shirley Fmtell, Toni llch Mass Morne
Ridenour, Helen Miller, Carlene Newport, Janet Shock. Chadwick
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