Elgin High School - Husky Tracks Yearbook (Elgin, OR)

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Dedication Left to right: Dora Parsons (Chairman), Josephine Warren (Clerk), Clarence Calder, Francis Miller, Noel Scott and Delmer Snyder. A TRIBUTE TO EDUCATION THE SCHOOL BOARD IN ACTION This job is mostly volunteer. They know that issues will arise. These men and women care That conflicts will ensue. Enough about their schools each year That lazy folks will criticize To face the problems there; The job they try to do; Yet, with a better school in mind, (A goal that must be won) The school board leaves mere talk behind And ACTS to get things done! The administration of education ultimately rests with the citizens of the community. Following this tradition in American Education, the citizens of our community elected a school board who have worked continually to bring the best in education to the community of Elgin. Reflecting the views of the community, an example of their work resulted in the move into our new high school building early in 1958. We of Elgin High School are proud of the citizens of Elgin and their representatives. 1The Annual Staff Presents Left to Right: Corky Hunt, Wavel Hunt, Darrell Cason, Mrs. Edwards, Advisor, Ellis Cheney, Gayle Osburn, Sharon Calder, Sandy White and Janet Osburn. SHARON CALDER Editor v 1958 Husky Tracks SPONSORED BY PERRY STUDIOS OFFICIAL. PHOTOGRAPHER FOR HUSKY TRACKS ANNUAL.Commencement Processional "Pomp and Circumstance ' Invocation ......................... Lester Wells Salutatorian Address ............. Sharon Calder Flute Duet ... . ........ Virginia Wellington and Janice Bendshadler Accompanist: Ardyee Garrett Valedictorian Address ............ Gayle Osburn Organ Solo ..................... "The Lost Chord" Dick Lyman Valedictorian Gayle Osburn Graduation Address "Formula For Leadership" Dr. Lyle Johnson, Eastern Oregon College Vocal Solo ......................... Johanna Hardwick Accompanist: Ardyee Garrett Presentation of Awards .................... Ray B. Osburn Superintendent of Schools Presentation of Diplomas ..................Dora Parsons Chairman of School Board Benediction Recessional Lester Wells Tannhauser" Salutatorian Sharon CalderJerry Showers Cowards die many times before their deaths; the valiant never taste of but once. death Student Council Student Body 1 Pres. 1 Basketball 2 Baseball 3 Football Mgr. 1 E Club 4 Drama Club 3 Track 3 Arlene Weatherspoon Your daily life is your temple and your religion. GAA 3 FHA 4 Drama Club 4 Pep Club 3 Pep Band 4 Husky Howls 2 Basketball Mgr. 2 Carol Johnson He who laughs— lasts. GAA 3 FHA 3 Drama Club 3 Husky Guards 2 Sharron Shields I want to learn; I want to know. GAA FHA Drama Club Pep Club Husky Howl8 Corky Hunt Pity the popular man. the man of whom all men speak well. Student Council 2 B Club 4 Football 4 Basketball 3 Baseball 4 Track 4 Husky Tracks 2 Drama Club 4 Cynthia Sutton Power rules, but love wins. Student Council 2 Husky Howls 2 GAA 4 FHA 4 Drama Club 4 Pep Club 4 Pep Bond 1 Basketball 4 Volleyball 3 Cheerleader 3 Laurin Davis Sharon Calder Let every man be swift to hear, slow to speak, and slow to wrath. Student Council 1 E Club 3 Husky Guard 2 Husky Howls 2 Boxing I Drama Club 2 Let thy speech be better than silence or be silent. Student Council 3 Husky Tracks 3 Husky Howls 1 GAA 4 FHA 4 Basketball 3 Volleyball 2 Pep Club 4 Pep Band 3 Drama Club 4 Student Body Sec. 1 Jsnet Lyman Love is a fire. But whether it is going to warm your heart or burn your house down, you can never tell. GAA 4 FHA 4 Drama Club 4 Pop Club 4 Pep Band 1 Basketball 3 Volleyball 3 Cheerleader 2 Husky Howls 2 Larry Gilliam It isn't the com- mon man at all who is important; it's the uncommon man. FFA 1 Drama Club 4 Husky Guards 3 E Club 3 Football 2 Basketball I Baseball 1 Don Elliott Men of few words are the best men. FFA 4 Drama Club 3 5 Margaret Mattson Knowledge comes, but wisdom lingers. GAA 1 FHA 4 Drama Club 1 Husky Howls 1 Husky Guards 2 Dennis Trump I came, 1 saw and don't worry, I'm leaving Student Council 1 Pep Band 4 Husky Guard 2 Drama Club 3 Husky Howls 1 Elma Jean Hicks The more 1 see of men the more 1 like my dog. Student Council 2 GAA 3 FHA 4 Drama Club 4 Pep Band 4 w I Pat McClure All that glitters is not gold. Student Council 2 Student Body Treas. 2 GAA 4 FHA 4 Drama Club 4 Pep Club 4 Pep Band 3 Basketball 1 Volleyball 1 FAA Sweetheart 2 Frankie Shafer In spite of every- thing, life is good. Student Council 1 GAA 4 Drama Club 4 Husky Guards 3 Volleyball Stat. 2 Husky Howls 2 Earl Anthoney We are all like flies, trying to crawl over the edge of the saucer. E Club 4 Football 4 Basketball Mgr. 2 Husky Howls 1 Drama Club 3 Boxing Mgr. 1 6 Sandra Tucker A word to the wise isn't needed. Student Council 1 GAA 2 FHA 1 Drama Club 3 Husky Guard 2 Volleyball Mgr. 1 Husky Howls 2Steve Thompson Give me money, not advice. FFA 4 Husky Guards 3 E Club 4 Football 4 Boxing 3 Daisy Good Sometimes God hears music above all else. GAA 4 FHA 3 Drama Club 3 Basketball 2 Volleyball 4 Sandra Carroll Let no one who loves be called unhappy. GAA 4 FHA 3 Drama Club 4 Pep Club 4 Husky Howls 2 Basketball 2 Volleyball 1 Gayle Osburn When I rest, I rust. Student Council Husky Howls Cheerleaders Husky Tracks GAA FHA Pep Club Drama Club Basketball Volleyball Pep Band Nathan Coe Talent is not enough. The mod- ern public wants genius. Student Council 1 FFA 1 Drama Club 4 Pep Band 3 Husky Guards 4 E Club 2 Track 2 Football 2 Annette Churchill Hard work may not hurt me. but it tires me. GAA 4 FHA 3 Drama Club 3 Volleyball Mgr. 1 Husky Guards 2Seniors Prom and Banquet The Junior Class chose an oriental theme and transformed the gym into an "Oriental Garden" for the annual Junior-Senior Prom. As usual the members of the Senior Class were guests. The gym was decorated in red, black, and white crepe paper. A wishing well was placed in the middle of the floor. Located at one end of the building was a tea house, where refreshments were served. A mural depicting a Chinese girl was placed on the wall.Junior Class Advisor Mr. A1 Wills President Ellis Cheney Vice President Bernis Conatser Secretary Myrna Waelty Treasurer David Warren Don Ar bog as t Betty Bartlett Judy Beels Arlyn Churchill Sharon Colclasure Janita Croghan Russell Duncan Bill Dyer Neva Elliott Deanna Faught Pat Gallagher Arthur Gilliam Warren Good Jim Griffen Nancy Gulick Benny Hiatt Wavel Hunt John Hurt Bruce Kennedy Carol Krause Sharon Land David Owen Janice Phillips Loni Revelle Ronald Schultz Marvalene Simmons Bill Trottier • ' I ■ Lilas Townsend Wayne Uehlin Pat Wade Mona Watkins Sandy White Jim Witherspoon ♦ Not PicturedSophomore Class Advisor Mr. Schadewitz President Darrell Cason Vice President Jerry Crouser Secretary Treasurer Linda Witty Marilyn Sherwooc John Breshears Jo Ann Bright Pat Carroll Cecil Churchill Marie Clum Agnes Cosner Stuart Croghan Terrel Croghan Darlene Harris Phyllis Donna Eckstein Follett Freda Ken Hays Henry David Kathy Foster Gollihar Lee Ray Tom Hollingsworth Hunt Edward Gekeler Larry Hurst Jean Gordon Dick Kennedy Kitty Kennedy Nathan Kennedy Wynona Lindsay Robert Lyman Sharon Mallory Pearl Larry Mattson NelsonGlenn Sharon Standi ey Stine Bud Wade Tony Weaver Bob Linda Barbara Trump Trump Trump Bonnie Tucker Phil Turner Sophomores Freshman Class . P Advisor Mrs. Burns President Celia Colclasure Vice President Wayne Cross Treasurer Secretary Marilyn Scott Jordyce Tameris Glenda Anderson Lorraine Anthoney Tommy Barnes Bobby Jean Bennett Deanna Jack Botz BrightPhyllis Janice Bright Brown Roger Roger David Edgar Donna Follett Foster Gould Griffin Hallgarth John Davis Jeff Halsey Jana Holowitz Ellen Hulse Robert Betty Montgomery Owen Patrick Kelly Rose Sharon Kennedy Kennedy Nancy Lewis Bill Showers Phillip Simmons Michael Steven Spikes Terry Harold Thompson Terry Thompson Lance Tucker Judy Ken Van Dusen Waelty Jeffrey Watkins Wesley Georgia Whittemore Williams Arlen Durfee Joyce Hollingsworth Leslie McClune Trisha Tomlinson Carl ZeamerUnderclassmenActivitiesStudent Council Standing (L to R) Larkin Conatser (8th); Ellis Cheny (Jrs.); Gayle Osburn (Husky Howls); Darrell Carson (Soph.); Warren Good (Band); Cynthia Sutton (Pep Club); Laurin Davis (Srs.); Frankie Shafer (GAA); Don Elliot (FFA); Dennis Trump (Drama); Sharon Calder (Husky Tracks); Mr. Osburn (Advisor); Rene' Hebner (7th); Seated: (L to R) Corky Hunt (E Club); Elma Hicks (FHA); Pat McClure (Treas.); Jerry Showers, (Pres.); Sandy White (Sec.) Glenn Standley, (V. P.); Celia Colclasure (Fr.). President Jerry Showers Secretary c e r s Sandra White Treasurer A A Pat McClure Glenn Standley V. President 17Students from the four classes of Elgin High School made up the staff of Husky Howls. From I-eft to Right - (Back Row) - Marie Clum, Jean Gordon, Marvalene Simmons, Janet Osburn, Jana Holowitz, Jordyce Tam- eris, Pat Wade, Janita Croghan, Carol Jean Johnson, Myrna Waelty, Mrs. Burns, Laurin Davis, Dennis Trump, Stuart Croghan, Ellis Cheney. Front Row - L to R - Neva Elliott, Frankie Shafer, Gayle Osburn, Margaret Mattson, Sandra Carroll, Bernis Conatser, Janet Lyman, Carol Krause, Bob Trump, Cynthia Sutton, Arlene Weatherspoon. Students and Faculty looked forward throughout the school year for the next issue of Husky Howls. Guided by a hard working, very effi- cient editor, the staff this year published a school paper that was the ’’best ever. ” GAYLE OSBURN Mrs. Burns, Advisor, and Neva Elliott, (Associate Editor) Editor make plans for the next issue of HUSKY HOWLS. Husky Howls SPONSORED BY ELGIN RECORDER OFFICIAL PRINTER FOR HUSKY HOWLS Band SPONSORED BY MYERS SUPER MARKET SPONSORED BY ELGIN CLEANERS Ch orusKneeling L. to R.: Ken Pederson, Earl Anthoney, LeRay Hollingsworth, Dave Obert, Bob Trump, Cecil Churchill, Edgar Griffin, Tony Weaver, Punk Coe, Bill Showers, Wayne Cross, Jim Witherspoon, Steve Thompson. Standing L. to R. Glenn Standley, Art Gilliam, John Breshears, Bernis Conatser, Jerry Showers, Jerry Crouser, Ellis Cheney, Russ Kennedy, Corky Hunt, Mr. Wills (Adv.), Ben Hiatt, Darrell Cason, Laurin Davis, Larry Gilliam, Warren Good, Tom Hunt, Pat Carroll, Bruce Reed, Bud Wade. SPONSORED BY SNYDERS CAFE Club Corky Hunt President- 21President Secretary-Treasurer Vice-President Frankie Shafer Janet Osburn Marilyn SherwoodBack Row, Left to Right: Nathan Coe, Tom Tomlinson, John Hurt, Laurin Davis, Larry Gilliam, Mrs. Edwards, Advisor, Frankie Shafer, Carol Johnson, Margaret Mattson, Pearl Mattson, Annette Churchill. Kneeling: Arthur Gilliam, Stuart Croghan, Dennis Trump, Wayne Uhelin, David Warren, Steve Thompson, Cecil Churchill. »sM Sandra Tucker PresidentPresident sponsored BY UNION COUNTY GRAIN GROWERS Elma Hicks  Drama Club o The Masque and Key presented a successful play "Professor W 1- How Could You." This was a three act comedy under the « • f T direction of Mrs. Burns. The presentation proved to be one W of the outstanding performances of the drama club. The Masque and Key is a very popular organization at Elgin High School with a large number of students as members. Wi P‘ l Mrs. Burns Dennis Trump Advisor PresidentPersonalities Steve Thompson Chosen for Shrine Football Team Janet Lyman Football Queen Pat McClure Winner of safe driving contest Arlene Weatherspoon Carnival QueenJanet Lyman BOB'S GROCERY Cynthia and Gayle have served E.H. S. in the capacity of cheerleaders for three years. Janet joined the squad her Junior year. SPONSORED BYElgin Huskies SPONSORED BV WESTERN STUD MILLS Footbal Coaches A1 Wills Robert Bagley Ted SchadewitzLeRay (Left to Right) Jerry, Terrell, Tom, Wes, Wayne, Ed, (Back) Carl, Bob sponsored by MT. EMILY LUMBER CO. John Cecil Edgar 32Left to Right: Bill Showers, Jerry Showers, Jerry Crouser, Darrell Cason, Ben Hiatt, Coach Ted Schadewitz, Ellis Cheney, Larry Gilliam, Dave Obert, Glenn Standley, Corky Hunt. sponsored bv KEN’S PAYLESS GAS Manager: Jim Witherspoon Coach: Ted Schadewitz B a s k e t b a I I 33Season TU-VALLEY Dec. 3-Imbler 40 Elgin 57 Jan. 3-Powder 49 Elgin 65 Jan. 4-Joseph 46 Elgin 44 Jan. 10-Cove 52 Elgin 34 Jan. 11-Entr. 47 Elgin 22 Jan. 18-Wallowa 64 Elgin 32 Jan. 21-Union 72 Elgin 69 Jan. 24-Lostine 40 Elgin 56 Jan. 25-Powder 38 Elgin 69 SPONSORED BY ELGIN TEXACO Scores GAMES Jan. 28-Imbler 34 Elgin 60 Jan.31-Joseph 46 Elgin 49 Feb. 1-Cove 49 Elgin 61 Feb. 4-Union 72 Elgin 54 Feb. 7-Entr. 71 Elgin 37 Feb. 8- Lostine 52 Elgin 50 Feb. 11-Imbler 40 Elgin 57 Feb. 14-Wallowa 54 Elgin 41 SPONSORED BY RICHFIELD SERVICE BY WHITTEMORE LUMBER CO. Managers: Ed Griffin Wayne Cross Junior VarsityBaseball SPONSORED BY ELGIN FLOUR MILL Track-Donna- Guard Kathy - Manager Mrs. Jones - Coach Arlene - Scorekeeper SPONSORED BV ADAMS SUPPLY BEN JORDON VALLEY SUPPLY -Linda- Guard The Girl's Basketball team had a very successful seas- on and are now displaying the plaque in the trophy case, not having lost a game in two years. Basketball Team -Gayle- Forward -Sharon- Forward -Janet- ForwardTeam The girls' Volleyball Team ended the season as the undefeated champions of the league, acquiring a beautiful trophy for their efforts. They had eight wins and no losses. SPONSORED BY CITY DRUG 40RAY B. OSBURN The School Year 1957-58 mark the 12th year in the Elgin Schools for Mr. Osbum as Superintendent- Principal. HELENA T. EDWARDS Seven years in the Elgin High School as teacher of Business Education. Vice-Principal- 1956-57, 1957-58. I JOSEPHINE WARREN This year for the first time, Mrs. Warren, as Clerk of the School Board, also served as Office Secretary.EUNICE BURNS RAYMOND D. VAUGHT Advisor - Drama Club Band 6 Chorus Advisor - Husky Howls Advisor - Frosh Faculty FRANK PARK LARKIN MAZER Science Math. Agriculture Advisor - Senior Class Advisor - FFA Guidance 6 TestingAL WILLS Social Science, Boy's PE Health, Football Track Coach, Jr. Class Advisor HELENA EDWARDS Vice-Principal, Business Education Advisor - Husky Tracks Husky Guards DON HENDRICKS Industrial Arts EULA JONES Girl's PE; Girl's Basketball Volleyball Advisor, Pep Club, GAA CheerleadersLEE ELLEN COE General Business Public Speaking English Geography TED SC HADE WITZ Boy's P. E. Varsity Basketball Coach Baseball Coach Advisor - E Club MARGUERITE CROGHAN Librarian ROBERT BAGLEY General Science MARGARET CHENEY Homemaking FHA Advisor LEWIS COLCLASURE General Science Jr. Varsity Basketball CoachFarewel CLASS OF 1958 Flower: Gardenia Motto: Rowing not drifting Colors: Blue and Silver ALMA MATER And here we have Elgin High, Winning her way to fame. The purple and white will shine tonight. And romance lies in her name. So we'll go singing, singing of you, So proudly too, all our lives through, We'll go singing, singing of you. Singing of Elgin High. 47 msniE-sm Distributors of Automotive and Industrial Supplies La Grande Oregon MILLER’S CABINET SHOP □ □□□nn noopo □ □□□TTffTTBDDD Pittsburg Paints Armstrong's Wall boards Fiberglass Insulation Phone 217 Greenwood Street La Grande, Oregon DAIRY QUEEN THE CONE WITH THE CURL ON TOP DON MYERS SUNDAES BURGERS SHAKES CONES ftizen Just Sccwds Before Ym Eft It t- drirv QUEEN Wholesale Meats Cold Storage Locker Elgin Oregon LA GRANDE, OREGON CRAIG'S NU-WAY CLEANERS ■ r, a f "School Sweaters Our Specialty. " Approved San i tone Service La Grande Delivery Service in Elgin - OregonETTINGS LYNCH MOTOR CO. " POJVTIAC FOR 58 »» STANDARD OF THE WORLD •» LA GRANDE OREGON BURLEIGH HYDE Distributors of Richfield Products Tires Batteries La Grande Elgin H. L. WAGNER SONS, INC. Seed Merchandising Seed Processing Fertilizer Weed Chemicals GLOBE FURNITURE "Where Grande Ronde Shops with Confidence." La Grande OregonHYDE’S SUPER MARKET Warm Room Frozen Food Lockers Custom Cutting Wrapping Island City, PHONE Oregon wo 3-2531 LENTZ BODY SHOP ORVILLE LENTZ, PROP. AUTO GLASS INSTALLED PHONE ISLAND CITY, WO 3 -4042 OREGON Read the n mm OBSERVER For the most complete news of all activities of the Grande Ronde Valley and Northeastern Oregon — The Area's Daily News and Advertising Medium Daily - Monday through Saturday. RIVER PRODUCTS Wholesalers of Cut Meats — Custom Cutting — Poultry — 605 Lake Street phone wo 3—4214 La Grande, Oregon LA GRANDE OUTDOOR SUPPLY SPORTING GOODS - TENTS - TARPS - CLOTHING •'EVERYTHING FOR THF OUTDOORS" 1212 ADAMS LA GRANDE, OREGON FOR GLASSES SEE DR. 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He uses genuine Ford Parts and Ford- Approved methods and equipment PHONE WO 3-2161 La Grande, OregonREYNOLDS INSURANCE Insurance Loanr Bonds La Grande, Oregon ' ■ . • v-x .. ■ 'W v:::. • LA GRANDE BRANCH % U.S. NATIONAL BANK OF PORTLAND AN OREGON BANK SERVING OREGON 98 X;X: m ELGIN VARIETY STORE COMPLETE VARIETY OF PERSONAL HOUSEHOLD AND SCHOOL NEEDS S and D FINE FOODS GROCERIES QUALITY MEATS "Your satisfaction our greatest asset." Elgin Oregon TROTTERS The Store for Every Man La Grande, Oregoi SfvaJJTOO NEW TO BE TRUE 5 CHEV MJ GOSS MOTOR CO. CHlVtOLtT Cl SHO L£ A CRANPE AutographsAutographsAutographsSOUNDPROOF EDUCATION BEGAN THURSDAY One hundred and sixty high school students, with accompanying teachers, books, and pleasant looks, took their exodus of old Elgin high school and continued their education without a break. Teach- ers report the students were very co-operative in making the move to the new school. It was accomp- lished smoothly and efficiently. What made the most impression on the stu- dents and teachers? It wasn't the big rooms, the shiny paint, the new desks or big windows. The real "new" thing was the silence. Instead of a roar- ing bedlam of voices trying to be heard above clang- ing lockers, during class changes, there was a subdued hum as the students moved from class to class. —The Elgin Recorder


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