To all those in the armed forces who are fighting to protect our liberty, and to all those who are about to enter upon this training and in gratitude for their heroism, the "Echo's of '43", is respectfully dedicat ed.
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Rene Meyers leaves his height and big feet to Gene Walker.
Louis Penny leaves his hearty chuckle to Bub Jordon.
Walter Bromell wills his ability to play basketballto Ernest Rhode.
Kenneth Coppinger leaves his ability to stay out until early Sunday mornings with his girls from Stanfield, Nolin, Echo, and Pendleton, to Leon Reese.
George Luciani bequeaths to Carl Stone his height and manly physique.
Keith Middleton hereby bequeaths his ability to get
in street brawls to Laffe Dallas.
Bill Correa leaves his position of Student Body President to whomever is talented enough to fill it. Not insinuating that Bill is talented.
Jiggs Bowman leaves his poetic ability to Irwin Reesa
Dolly Correa leaves her waddle to Marlis Walker.
Elsie Rauch wills her red hair and temper to Dorothy Farrens.
Mary Jane Laurie wills her giggles to Louise Tolar.
Ruth Vogler wills her ideas on how to "Get A Man" to Helen Young.
Mary Carol Gorrell leaves her studious ability to fec±i Able.
Dorothy Morrow leaves her height to Frances Correa.
To the Faculty we leave but "Sweet MemoriesFACULTY
The Faculty members of 1942-43 were the following. From left to rights
Mrs. province 1st and 2nd Grade Teacher
Mrs. Case 5th and 6th Grade Teacher
Mrs. Reese 7th and 8th Grade Teacher
Mrs. Spike Commercial Mathmatics Teacher
Mrs. Roth English Speech Teacher
Mrs. Laird 3rd and 4th Grade Teacher
Four Years ago twelve world-wise (or so we thought) freshmen toiled up the stairs for their first day in high school-a goal long dreamed of, finally attained. At last we were in with the "big boys 1 (or so we thought). These disillusioned students were: George Luciani, Rene Meyers, Louis Penney, Bill Correa, Manuel Correa, Walt Bromell, Herman Bromell, Kenneth Coppinger, Maryann Bartholomew, Dolly Correa, Bill Able, and Mary Carol Thomson. Shortly after school started. Bill Greene joined us.
During our sophomore year Manuel Correa left thedass and Elsie Rauch joined it. Then dawned our junior yetar and many changes in our class. Herman Bromell, left us that year. We had several members who atten-ed school for a short period of time and then leftus again. They were Claude Stamper, Jean pelky. La Verne Browning, Norman Young, Jim Meader, and Dick Walker. That same year our class was saddened by the loss of Maryann Bartholomew. When we started out our senior year the class had one new mej»ber, Dorothy Morrow.
Bill Able and Bill Greene left shortly after school started. Jiggs Bowman joined us during the last half of the first semester. At mid-term we were joined by Ruth Vogler and Mary Jane Laurie"two former juniors who decided to hurry things up and finish in three years instead of the usual four.
Now, after four years of getting our ears knocked down we've decided that maybe we aren't the smartest class in the world after all. At any rate we're ready to start out in the world on our own and learn more about this life we're living and the world we live in.NOW IT CAN BE TOLD
The senior class left Echo about 8:30 the 28th of November. We immediately struck out for Walla Walla. Due to the ice and snow on the highways we did not get there until about noon. We had lunch in the Marcus Whitman Hotel and later decided to spend the night there. The rest of the afternoon was spent in shopping and we ended the day by going to a show.
Sunday morning we went to the penitentiary at about 10:30. The penitentiary was located about a mile and a half out of Walla Walla. The guard took us up on the walls’ we could see down into the yards. ihere were about 150 men most of whom were around the age of 25 or 30 years old. They would not take us into the various buildings that day but told us to come back Monday morning during visiting hours. The Curio Shop seemed to take the eye of all the Seniors and several hours were spent there.
Sunday afternoon we rode around looking at most of the town and the school houses. Later we went to a show. After the show most of us went roller skating.
Monday morning we went out to the penitentiary during visiting hours. We were taken through their Mess Hall and through their theater.
They have their own Band in the penitentiary, which was playing when we came in.
We arrived in Echo Monday afternoon about 5:00 p. M. All the Seniors said that they had never put in a happier week-end in their lives. WC I
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The time is now 1953. Ten years have passed and all the world is back where it belongs. George Luciani decides it's about time to get the class of "43" of Echo High together again. George has built a new hctel in Walla Walla and ran the Marcus Whitman out of business. The get together is to be in the form of a banquet in the Blue Room of George's Hotel.
First to arrive at the Banquet are Keith and Jiggs. They are now partners in a big lumber outfit on the coast. The next guest to arrive is a dashing young man by the name of Maggie Kissme,known to us as Bill Correa. He is a movie star now; and flew up from Hollywood where he is making a new picture, "Gone And Forgotten".
Who should now breeze in, but Elsie and Dolly. Dolly is now head nurse at St. Mary's Hospital in New York. Elsie is a very successful business woman employed by Meier and Frank in Portland.
Everybody is surprised to see the next guest because they would not let him bring his wife. But he did come you guessed it, Walter Bromell. Walt is a probasketball player with the Lazy Bums and he's doing right well.
The door swings open and in step Ruth and Rene. Ruth is still living on the ranch with her husband. Rene is now a very successful wheat rancher. They came together to save gas and tires, why doesn't somebody tell them the war's over.
There is a loud horse laugh and in comes Louis Penney Louis is now on the radio trying to run Gildersleare off the air.
Mary Carol now makes her entrance. She is now living in California, raising a family and making her husband a very good wife.
Next to enter the laughing affair is the Old East Side Bus Driver—That's right, Kenny. Kenny is now living in Los Angeles where he is employed. That'snot ell----he also has a very large family.
Dorothy Morrow is next on the sceneifollowed closely by Mary jane. Dorothy is now married and living in Portland. We can add that she is a very happy wife. Mary Jane is now employed by the Pendleton Bubble Bath Works as a secretary. She is also lecturing on how to grow tall.
Now that everybody has arrived the meal is served. Everybody eats plenty because it is all on George After the meal everyone talks about old times in Ifcho High and how we used to dislike the Juniors (TheBums). It is getting very late so the banquet breaks up and a very happy bunch go back to their homes and jobs looking forward to 1963 when there will be another get together of the class of "43".
SENIOR SONG (To the tune of "This Is The Army".)
This is The Senior Class You See.
We are the class of "43".
We fourteen haven't much to say.
For we are leaving the 13th of May.
We have worked and worried before But we don't have to worry any more.
We are so glad to get out of here Cheer I Cheer! Cheer 1
But all is fair in love and war So we won't be here any more.SENIORS
President Elsie Rauch
Vice President Elsie Rauch
Secretary and Treasurer Dolly Correa
Bill Greene, president,withdrew substitute president. from school, Elsie is
Class Colors Class Motto Red, White, Blue In ourselves our future lies.
Class Flower Red Rose
Elsie Rauch Red
Marian Correa Dolly
Mary Carol Gorrell Tommy
Mary Jane Laurie jannie
Ruth Vogler Honoree
Dorothy Morrow Slats
Walter Bromell Dead Eye Dick
Bill Correa Porky
Rene Meyers Shorty
Homer Bowman Jiggs
Kenneth Coppinger Copenhagen
Keith Middleton Shotgun Kid
Louis Penney Grimes
George Luciani Rajah
William. Able Boone
William Greene BillSENIOR DAY
The Senior class of "43" decided to be a little different this Year and have a Senior Day. On this day all of the Senior Activities were read. It was held Tuesday., May 4th 1943. The Senior Day was composed of a program by senior members only. The program was as follows;
Introduction of Seniors-------Bill Correa
Reading of Senior Will--------Keith Middleton
Reading of Senior History-----Dolly Correa
Reading of Senior Prophepy----Kenneth Coppinger
Reading of Senior Nick Names-Elsie Rauch and officers
Song- “Yours"-----------------Dorothy Morrow
The Seniors each gave a short speech on their four years
in high school.SENIOR BREAKFAST
On April 20, of 1943 at 5 :00 a.m. the Senior class gathered at the school house to start on their Senior Breakfast. The group went up the river about two miles
where they found an ideal spot. Then the cooks went
to work. The menu was fried ham, potatoes, eggs,
coffee, milk, oranges, buns, and butter, and the
appetites were really large. Mr.Larive,Superintendent, accompanied the party. All present agreed that they had
had a grand time.FRESHMEN CLASS
Reading from left to right, top row, Veda Able, Carl
Stone, Mary Lou Madison, Erwin Reese, Ina Rauch, Bub Jordan, Mary Ruth Tollar, Jim Meechan. Bottom row, Mrs. Spike, Frances Correa, Arlie Dabney, Burl Watten-burger, Frank McVitty, Ernest Rhode, Rita Rose Correa, Orville Buchanen, Bob Gorham, Gene Walker.
Crow, Joe Correa, Helen Young, Frank Bowman, Wilma Brown, Bill Esselstyn, Mildred Penney. Bottom row, Pauline Rauch, Mary Arnold, Milton Dallman, Shirely Coleman, Bob ShiUer, Louise Tollar, patricia-Stought on.
Missing from t picture are Dorothy Farrens,and Elsie Wilson.
Reading from left to right, top row, Mrs. Roth, Mary ke S«pKow ort C ssFRESHMEN
president-vice President-Secretary-Class motto-Class colors-Class flower-
Gene Walker Ernie Rhode Frances Correa
We learn not for school but for life
Blue and Gold
Gene Walker Skinny
Ernie Rhode Lumby
Rita Correa Tate
Frances Correa Boss
Ina Rauch • Mae West
Veda Able Hiker
Jimmy Meechan Lard
Carl Stone St oney
Mary Lou Madison Snappy
Arlie Dabney Tuf fy
Mary Tolar Baby Sis
Frank McVitty Nut ty
Bob Gorham Snuffy
Burl Wattenburger Squatty
Bud Jordan Buggy
The "Frosh of '43' decided to show their intelligence and ability to act by putting on three one-act plays. Mrs. Roth and Mrs. Spike directed them. They were very successful and the Frosh ended the year having more than any other class in their treasury. The plcys were as follows:
TALK COSTS LIVES
Sally Mary Lou Madison
Kathy Rita Rose Correa
Puddy Frances Correa
Mrs. Hanley Ina Rauch
Babs Veda Able
Mr. Grant Jim Meechan
Stranger Gene Walker
Announcer Bud Jordan
BILLY'S FIRST DATE
Billy Baker Burl Wattenburger
Mrs. Baker Mary Crow
Mr. Baker Erwin Reese
Judy Baker Frances Correa
Rita Rose CorreaTeddie Boswell
Barbara Brittan Mrs. Cookley Mrs. Britton
Mary Lou Madison Veda Able Ina Rauch
BE HOME BY MIDNIGHT
Mr. Jones Mrs. Jones Paul Jones Mary Jones junior Jones
Frank McVitty Veda Able Gene Walker Frances Correa Arlie DabneyFRESHMAN INITIATION
With a lot of planning and excitement., that final day came. The Freshmen appeared all dressed up in sarong% bathing suits, nightgowns, clowns, bride and groom,and many other ways.
When they got to school they were painted and fixed to suit their general public. First period they were marched around through halls and all school rooms singing their theme song "How Green I Am". They were also walked upstairs backwards.
They got unruly several times and had to be "spanked" but otherwise they were good sports.
At noon we paraded them through the streets, stores, and alleys. The Echo Hotel was picked for a special place to have pictures taken where they paused especially, for that purpose.
Fifth period they were kept outside and did "cute" stunts for the Sophomores entertainment. The rest of the day everything went as usual but little study was accomplished among them.
All through the day they were looking for the special event of a party given for them to entertain the High School. The president was crowned with eggs and others fished beans out of flour, walked through macaroni dunked apples in ice water, chewed string, sat on pots and sang and many other things.
After this was done there was dancing and cider was served.
The Initiation proved very entertaining and effective and we want to thank the Freshmen for being good spcrts in everything.SOPHOMORES
Pres ident Vice president Secretary and Treasurer Sergeant at Arms Motto Joe Correa Mildred Penney Wilma Brown Milton Daliman Stepping up the Stairs, Not Staring up the Steps
Flower Red Rose
Mary Arnold Arnold
Bill Esselstyn " Essie
Shirley Coleman Coley
Milton Daliman Milt
Joe Correa Joey
Mildred Penney Milky
Elsia Wilson Elsia
patrica Stoughton Pat
Pauline Rauch Rauch
Dorothy Farrens Blacky
Wilma Brown Wi lly
Louise Tolar Wigie •
Helen Young Young
Mary Crow GlamourANNUAL STAFF
Assistant Editor......................Dolly Correa
Business Manager....................Mildred Penney
Assistant Manager..............Wilma Brown
Top row, left to right:
Jim Meechanj Jiggs Bowman, Bob Meechan Second row:
Kenneth Coppinger, George Luciani, Louis Penney, Walter B r ome11
Mary Jane Laurie, Mildred Penney, Wilma Brown, Dolly Correa, Mary Crow
JUNIOR CLASS Top row, left to right:
Mrs. Gregor, jack Correa, Ruth Vogler, Jerry Crow,
Mary Jane Laurie, Jack Brown
Bob Meechan, Marl is Walker, Leon Reese, Dorothy Madison Dean Robertson.£ Is i'e Rmh
A) tr. A a. y s JUNIORS
president Secretary and Treasurer Sergeant at Arms Marlis Walker Bob Meechan Leon Reese
Colors Motto Flowers We're Bright Enough We're Good Enough We all are
Marlis Walker Mussy
Dean Robertson Fuzzy
Robert Meechon Bob
Leon Reese Legs
jack Brown Frosty
Gerald Crow jerry
Dorothy Madison Dot
johnny Correa ' jV r Jack
The members of the Echo High School Girls' League held one of its annual activities on April 8, in the form of a Silver Tea. Tea invitations were sent to all of the women in the surrounding community.
Red cross work was carried on by the guests which members of the Girls' League entertained. The entertainment consisted of a piano Solo by Doris Rauch, a reading by Elsie Rauch; two songs, "My Grandfathers Clock" and "Neopolitan Nights", sung by Mildred Penney, Ina Rauch, Mary Ruth Tolar, Mary Arnold, and Wilma Brown. Dorthy Morrow sang "There's a Star Spangled Banner Waving Somewhere" accompanied by Ruth Vogler, completing the program.
Small open-faced sandwiches, tea, and coffee were served. Mrs. Roth and Mrs. Coppinger poured.
As usual the girls were excused from school to participate in this activity. The tea was managed well, and went off nicely due to the work of Mrs. Spike, Adviser, Pauline Rauch, Mary Arnold and Shirley Coleman on the tea committee; Marlis Walker, Rita Correa and Pat Stoughton on the entertainment Committee; and Mildred Penney, Wilma Brown, and Mary Jane Laurie on the food Committee.ActivitiesTHE PEP OLUfi DOIN'S
The Pep Club girls mode their influence felt this year and made the sportsmanship of Echo greater too, by serving the basketball boys from long distances after the games.
The first team we entertained was lone on January 14; we served cocoa and sandwiches. After the Irrigon game on the 20th we served the boys cocoa and cookies then we decided upon a change. After winning the Umatilla game on February 15, we served chili and crackers.
The girls in the Girls' League prepared and served the food.
We also wish to thank Mrs. Neil Robertson and Mr. Joe Middleton for their help and generosity.
HERE'S TO DOCTOR GRAY
Who, although not a member of the Echo Hi Pep club, was as peppy a team fan as any one could ask for; who contributed generously of his time and money whenever the Cougars were mentioned; who backed the team with a carload of rooters at almost every game; and who donated a beautiful trophy to the triumphant Cougars at the end of the basketball season.
So we say here's to "Doctor Gray. We couldn't ask for a more enthusiastic fan team supporter, or school backer. Hats off to the Doc I
GLAMOR ON THE SCHOOL GROUNDS
The girls started out this Year bY playing baseball, kick pin ball,, and archery.
They then enjoyed months of basketball and playgraind games in the gym. That was followed by volleyball, tennis and finishing the archery they had started earlier in the year.
The girl3 point syst
that will receive awards this year from the
em are as follows: Dolly Correa Dorothy Madison Marlis Walker Mary Arnold Mi ldred Penney Pauline Rauch pat Stoughton Louise Tolar Elsia Wilson Helen Young Mary jane Laurie Wilma Brown Mary Crow Veda Able Prances Correa Rita Correa Mary Madison Ina Rauch
Letter with 3 bars
The Junior and Senior play "Feudin1 In The Hill8"was presented at the Echo City Hall, Friday, April 23. It was a three act hill-billy comedy which took place in the Kentucky hills several years ago when feudin' was still popular. Mrs. Roth directed the play and Mrs. Spike substituted for her at dress rehearsal. The characters were as follows:
Grandma Martin, the feudin' type, -------Dorothy Madison
Mr. Martin, her son and the last of his line,--------- - -
Mrs. Martin, who is tired of it all------Dorothy Morrow
Edna Mae, who is more educated than the rest of her acquaintance because of her fond acquaintance with Sam Pruitt----------Dolly Correa
Zula, her sister, who likes to listen to fancy words
but can't use them herself-----Marlis Walker
Jed, their brother, who would rather sleep than eat (well almost) —--------Homer Bowman
Sam pruit, who is well-educated and in love with Edna Mae--------------Dean Robertson
Dina pruit, hi3 sister, who thinks Jed is the ideal man-----Mary Jane Laurie
$£ -Ambercrombie, who has a weak heart-------Leon Reese
le, his daughter, who writes books-------Elsie Rauch
'The Junior-Senior play cast their gratitude to Mrs. Roth cooperation and direction.
woula like to express Mrs. Spike for theirBASKETBALL BANQUETS
There were two banquets given for the A Squad Basketball players.
The first was given by iirs. Coleman., at the Coleman ranch. The players enjoyed a lovely chicken dinner. They were later entertained by Mr. Coleman who showed them some home movies.
The second banquet was given by Mrs. Penney and Mrs. Robertson at the Penney home. The boys this time enjoyed a lovely turkey dinner. They were later taken by their hostesses to the show in Hermiston.
The carnival was held the night of November 13, 1942 and what a night. The booths were taken over by each class and were as follows: The seniors had the con-
fetti ana dart throw, the juniors had the bingo, the sophomores had the baseball throw, and the freshmen haa charge of the fish pond.
The high light of the affair wa3 the crowning of the carnival queen who was Marlis Walker. The runners-up were Pauline Rauch, Dolly Correa, and Ina Rauch. Each of them received a gift for their efforts. The affair was wild and woolie, and incidently quite profitable .
The class advisers who helped the classes were Mr. Larive for the Seniors, Mrs. Gregor for the Juniors, Mrs. Roth for the Sophomores and Mrs. Spike for the Freshmen.varsity teak
The Echo Cougars, coached by Mr. Larive, won an undisputed claim to the Little Wheat League Championship winning all conference games played. The B squad played 11 games winning 8. The A squad was composed of Walter Bromell, Milton Dallman, George Luciani, Dean Robertson, Bill Correa, Louis penny. Bill Esselstyn, Bob Meechan, and Joe Correa. The three top scorers for the team were Walter Bromell with 266, Milton Dal-lman with 125, and George Luciani with 89 points for the year.
Echo 37 irrigon 18
Echo 80 Stanf ield 11
Echo 33 Boardman 21
Echo 53 Lexington 14
Echo 54 Uma t i11a 31
Echo 40 lone 20
Echo 63 Irrigon 11
Echo 43 Stanf ield 22
Echo 29 Boardman 18
Echo 45 Lexington 13
Echo 34 Umat ilia 20
Echo 49 lone 23
The Cougars played 7 non-league games with the best teams available winning 4 and losing 3. Entering the district tournament the Cougars lost their first game to Umatilla 37-31.BASKETBALL SQUAD
Top Row, left to right::
Bill Correa, Milton Dallman, Walter Bromell, Joe Correa Bill Esselstyn
Bob Meechan, Leon Reese, George Luciani, Louis penney Dean Robertson, Coach Larive
BASEBALL SQUAD Top row, left to right:
Manager Jack Neiland, Ernest Rhode, Leon Reese, Bob Mee-chan, Keith Middleton, George Luciani, Jim Meechan
Bill Correa, Kenneth Coppinger, Jiggs Bowman, Louis Pen-nyj Bill Esselstyn, Walter Eromell-BASEBALL
The Echo High School baseball team had one of the most successful seasons they have had for many years. They won five gamesj and suffered no defeats. They played
Athena., Westonj and Pilot Pock.
Echo 15 Athena 4
Echo 16 We s t on 1
Echo 8 Athena 1
Echo 12 Weston 1
Echo 15 pilot Pock 0
This team was composed of eleven player
Larive coaching the team.
Walter Bromell pitcher
jiggs Bowman 2nd Base
Kieth Middleton Catcher
Bill Correa Short Stop
Kenny Coppinger 3rd Base
Leon Reese Left Field
Bill Esselstyn Center Field
Louis Penney 1st Base
George Luciani Right Field
Jim Meechan Right Field
Ernie Rhode 2nd Base TENNIS TEAM
Top roWj left to right:
Gene Walker., Joe Correa., Dean Robertson., Jim Meechan, Bill Esselstyn.
Walt Erome11, Bill Correa.
Mildred Penney, Mary Arnold, Dolly Correa, Dorothy Madison, Patricia Stoughton, Llsia Wilson.
Top row, left to right:
Dorothy Morrow, Elsia Wilson, Dorothy Torrens,Dorothy Madison, Helen Young.
Ina Rauch, Wilma Brown, Patricia Stoughton, Mildred Penney, Louise Tolar, Mary Lou Madison.
Mrs. Spike, Pauline Rauch, Mary Arnold, Mary Crow, Ruth Voglur, Elsie Rauch.
Veda Able, Shirley Coleman, Dolly Correa, Marlis Walker, Frances Correa, Rita Rose Correa, Mary Jane Laurie.G irU V.
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The Tenni3 Season of 1943, seemed to be a very successful year. The Tennis Team was composed of the following :
Mildred Penney Singles
Bill Essel8tyn Singles
Dolly Correa 4 Mary Arnold Doubles
Joe Correa 4 Jim Meechan Doubles
Dean Robertson 4 Elsia Wilson Mixed Doubles
Echo only was defeated once. The games were the f ollowing:
Stanfield at Echo 3—0 Echo
Echo at Stanfield 3—0 Echo
Pendleton at Echo 2-2 Tie
Echo at Pendleton 3-2 Pendleton
Heppner at Echo 4-1 EchoFORMAL
The Girls League Annual Spring Formal Dance was held in the City Hall, Friday., April 30th.
Elsie Rauch, president of the Girls' League., was chosen queen. Her court consisted of members of each class chosen by the Faculty which were the following: primeMinister,
Bill Correa; Senior attendants., Dolly Correa and Kenny Coppinger; Junior attendants, Dorothy and Bob Meechan; Sophomore attendants, Patrice Stoughton and Milton Dallman; Freshman attendants, Ina Rauch and Jim Meechan.
The patrons and patronesses were members of the school board and their wives: Mr. and Mrs. Homer Coppinger, Mr.
and Mrs. Joe Middleton, Mr. and Mrs. Troy Coleman, and the Superintendent and his wife, Mr. and Mrs. Larive.
The theme for the Formal was "Victory In 43". The hall was decorated to carry out the theme. The 6ong was When
The Light Go On Again.
The Annual picnic of 1942-43. Started their day off by leaving Echo at nine thirty going up the river, and eating their lunch. From there they started to Pendleton and finished the day out visiting points of interest. Then all had dinner at the expense of the Student Bpdy. Then followed a show and all came back to Echo and danced. Everyone said a splendid day was spent, w'e wish to thank everyone who took part in helping with the picnic.FRESHMAN RETURN PARTY
After receiving a good trouncing at the Sophomore initiation party the Freshmen showed their sportsman-ship by giving a "return" party. It was held in the old school building in the early fall.
There were games of every kind in the upstairs, cards, ping pong; anything to please anybody. The Freshman gms al ; spent days of back-breaking labor to wax and polish the downstairs floor to make it P088 to dance and it really was successful. The school record-player furnished the music. By the way . rs. Williams and the Rauch's helped by supplying the party with plenty of good records.
The room where the dance was held was very patrioticaV 1Y decorated with red, white and blue and it was very original.
Then after all the games and dancing were over, the Freshmen served cider and doughnuts. They couldn have ended their party better.
The Junior-Senior banquet was held in the Pendleton Hotel, March 4, 1943 at 7:00 p.m.
All Seniors, faculty, their husbands and wives, and juniors, were invited. The special guests were Mr. and Mrs. Smith, Mr..Vogler, Mr. Gorrell, ana Mr. Laird. We were honored by having Sargeant Roth as a speak .
The toastmaster was Bob Meechan. The welcome was given by Marlis Walker, the Junior class president. e8P° 8® wis by Elsie Rauch, the Senior president. Speeches by all the Senior class followed. After the Banquet the junior class took all present to a show at the Revoli
..Gene Walker Jim Meechan
Top Row, left to right:
Burl Wattenburger, Orville Buchanan, Ernest Rhode, Leon Reese, Dean Robertson, Bob Meechan, George Luciam, Erwin Reese, Louis Penney, Clarence Jordan, Kenneth Coppinger
Mrs. Spike, Mary Arnold, Helen Young, Patricia Stoughton, Elsie Rauch, Mary Ruth Tolar,Ina Rauch, Dorothy Morrow, Louise Tolar, Veda Able, Mary Crow, Mary Lou Madison, Mrs. Roth, Mr. Smith
Marl is Walker, Ruth Vogler, Frank Bowman, jack Correa, Bill Correa, Walter Bromell, Bill Esselstyn, Milton Dallman, Mr. Larive
Dolly Correa, Francis Correa, Rita Rose Correa, Pauline Rauch, Shirley Coleman, Dorothy Madison, Wilma Brown, Mildred Penney, Mary Jane Laurie
Mrs. Gregor, Jerry Crow, jack Brown,
Gene Walker, Arlie Dabney, Jim Meechan, Carl Stone, Frank McVitty, Bob Schiller, Bob Gorham, Joe CorreaCOUGAR GAB
The Echo High School started a new adventure this Y®ar when they published their first "Cougar Gab". A High School paper has not been published in Echo for a good six years.
The staff is as follows:
Social Editor Reporters....
Adv. Speech Features...
Circulat ion Adviser....
Marl is Walker Mary Arnold Jim Meechan Mary Lou Madison ..Dean Robertson
Mary Jane Laurie Marlis Walker Rita Correa Mary Jane Laurie
johnny Correa Kenny Coppinger ...George Luciani Kenny Coppinger Wilma Brown Pauline Rauch Dolly Correa . .. .Mi ldred Penney Marlis Walter ...... Mr s. Sp ke
The Echo High School wishes to thank Mrs.Spike for her help and cooperation in publishing of the Cougar Gab.TRACK MEET
There was an excellent crowd that gathered on the Ball Diamond to see the Track Meet for the Year of 1943 which was held Friday, May 8th. The weather was foir.
The towns that took part in the Track Meet are as follows: Boardman, lone,, Stanfield,, and Echo.
events that took place are as follows:
ICC Yard Dash 1st . Elden Lily Boardman
The Shotput 1st . Bob Hoskins lone
Pole Valt 1st . Elden Lily Boardman
The Mile 1st . Jiggs Bowman Echo
Dicus 1st . George Luciani Echo
440 Yard Dash 1st. Billy Miller Stanf ield
High Jump 1st . Rene Meyers Echo
Bob Hoskins Boardman
javelin 1st . Walter Bromell Echo
220 Dash 1st . Elden Lily Boardman
Football Throw 1st . Walter bromell Echo
Broad Jump 1st . Elden Lily Boardman
Half Mile Relay 1st. Echa
Echo was very successful in their Track Meet and won it with 62 points, Boardman coming second with 32 points, lone coming third with 18 points, and Stanfield coming fourth with five point3.ECHO'S OF "43" BOOSTERS
Echo Meat Market Bernice Mudge Mrs. Cunha Spinning Mr. Coe
Stanfield Hotel Will Sutton Jolly Inn
perterson's Food Store Burnham Burnham
Pendleton Music House Swanson Gem Shop Good Year Market R. G. Rosinburg Taylor Hardware J. C. Penney Quality Shop Oregon Cafe Globe Cafe Union Oil Havanan Bonds Lee ' sf
Rohrman Motor Co. jack Allen
Hermistorij Oregon pendletonj Oregon
Oregon Hardware Frazier Book Store
Hermiston, Oregon pendletonj Oregon
Safeway Stores Sprourse Ritz
Hernistonj Oregon pendletonj Oregon
Sam Nye Kathryn 1s
Hermiston Oregon pendletonj Oregon
Miss Brierley Downs
Hermiston, Oregon pendletonj Oregon
L. A. Moore Pendrome
Hermistonj Oregon pendletonj Oregon
Ford Motor Kennell Ellis
pendletonj Oregon pendletonj Oregon
Pendleton Hotel Wm. Roesch
pendletonj Oregon pendletonj Oregon
Buds Bootery Turn A Lum Lumber Co.
Pendleton, Oregon Echo, Oregon
Homely i Co. Echo Cash Grocery
Pendleton, Oregon Echo, Oregon
Dunlap Stationary Store Murl Berry
Pendleton, Oregon Echo, Oregon
M. Refvem Mrs. George
Stanfield, Oregon Echo, Oregon
The Tavern Bill Helmick
Stanfield, Oregon Echo, Oregon , ■
Associated Service Station W. H. Crary
Stanfield, Oregon Echo, Oregon
Gamble Store Mrs. Williams
Stanfield, Oregon Echo, Oregon
Echo Flour Mill Dr. Gray
Echo, Oregon Echo, OregonAUTOGRAPHS
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