Elk Creek High School - Elk Yearbook (Elk Creek, CA)
- Class of 1952
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For years Elk Creek has been nestled quietly
in the hills, with little noise or confusion.
Suddenly a sawmill came, and Elk Creek was changed
into a thriving, bustling town. Families are
coming in and the schools are swelling to near
capacity. It makes us very happy to see such a
movement, for our school enrollment will rise to
where we will be able to cope with other schools
in activities and sports. It has given us an
opportunity, and we are going to make the most of
it. In this book you will see many new faces, and
we hope you will see many more in the future.
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This year the Elk Creek High School Annual has been
proudly dedicated to our former teacher, Mr. Joaquin 1.
Thompson. He came to this school from Hamilton City and
for five years gave all of his knowledge in order that
the students here might benefit from his teaching. To
you, Mr. Thompson, may there be many happy years to come.
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Napa Junior College
Chico State College
Gorham Normal School
Oregon State College
Con C. Davis
High School Dist.
Chico State College
S.F. Junior College
University of Illinois
U.C. at Berkeley
U.C. at Davis
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C-can't keen his class ring
H-hates canned peaches '
Bisure to be an old maid
H-hates Home Ec.
S-sure'to get married
E-ever collecting scarfs
H-hates First Aid
S-sure to go in the army
I, Micky Sutliff, do hereby will and bequeath my ability to keep out
of trouble to John Bernell Huttmang and my red hair to Ellen Mann.
I, Phyllis Bedford, do hereby will and bequeath my ability to make
mistakes on the typewriter, for Mr. Hoffmann, to next year's office
girls, and my ability to go steady to Evelyn Soeth.
I, Holly Burrows, do hereby will and bequeath my ability to get 'A'
in Glee Club to Bud Laffertyg and my ability to get Willows' boys
to Betty Burrows--who doesn't need it.
I, Marvin Cramer, do hereby will and bequeath my ability to play
football to Leon Griffin who will need some in his future years,
and my car to Allen Bonnett who will need it later on.
I, Leon Whitney, do hereby will and bequeath my ability to get along
with women to Keith Henry.
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Back Row: Bud Lafferty, Tom Vhnderford, Everette Ellingwood,
Front Row: Jane Johnson, Betty Burrows.
Bttty Burrows Bud Lafftrty Jggg Jghgggn
President Vice-Pres. ggg,-Trggg,
Back Row: Bill Hayward, Hugh Luce, LaVern Sutliff, Allen
Bonnett, Keith Henry.
Front Row: Richard Cushman,EVe1yn Soeth, Radona Tankersley,
Ellen Mann, Bernell Huttman.
Back Row: Don Zumwalt, Melvin Brown, Glen Gillaspy, Jack
Cushman, Richard Tice, Leon Griffin, .and Jerry
Front Row: Donna Rose Parker, Juanita Millsaps, Floramay
Bonnett, Betty Berry, Margaret Sutliff, Mary Kai-
ser, and Twila Green.
Glen Gillagpy Juanita Millsaps Mary Kaiser
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Leroy Whitney is going to Chdco State College.
Margaret Ledger is going to Chico State College.
Evonne Green is married to
Carmen Ellis is married to
George McCune and is living in Elk Creek
Ruben Stewart and is living in Clarks
Bill White is going to Chico State College.
Ronald Hovland is in Pennsylavania.
Shirley Bedford is going to Chico State College.
Mary Stewart is in Los Angeles.
Louise Johnson is going to
Chico State College.
LaVerne Gillaspy is going to Chico State College.
Carol Harper is married to
Leonard Gollnick and lives in Nebraska.
Carol Gillaspv is married to Don Lederer of Willows.
Richard Johnson is married
Jim Davis is in the Army.
to Jane Hayward and is in the Marines.
Helen Gilman is going to Santa Rosa Junior College.
Jim Ledger is working on a
Richard Juvenal is married
dairy near Red Bluff.
to June Redding and is going to Chico
Ralph Troxel is married to
Jim Calahan is working for
Denita Green is married to
Leonard Gollnick is in the
Marylin Linville and working in Willows.
the Glenco Mill.
Wendell Green is working for Glenco Mill.
David Mitchell is in the Army.
Joyce Sutliff is working in Willows for Frank Nunis.
Louise Reynolds is married
to Jack Davis and lives in Paradise.
Gerald Green is is the Army.
Jack Pedrotti is married and lives in Knights Landing.
Dick Ballew is married to Evelyn Sutliff and is in the Army.
Jack Johannsen is in the Army.
Juanita Troxel is married to Clayton Sutliff and living in Willows.
Dean Dixon is now at home recovering from Polio.
Joyce Burrows is married to Glenn Smith and living in Harris.
Jane Ann Johnson, Photographerg
Radona Tankersley, Ass't Typistg
Betty Burrows, Ass't Editor.
Holly Burrows, Business Managerg
Bud Lafferty, Editor, Leon Whit-
ney, Sports Editor, Phyllis Bed-
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Senior Pride Timber! What? No teacher?
Freshmen Pride Glamor Girl Handle with Care
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Ambitious Man Killers Long Way Home
Back Row: LaVern Sutliff, Everette Ellingwood, Jack Cushman, Bernell
Huttman, Ray Bedford, Richard Tice.
Front Row: Keith Henry, Bill Hayward, Jerry White, Bud Lafferty, Leon
Whitney, Marvin Cramer, Hugh Luce, Glen Gillaspy.
By having more experience and a larger squad, the Elks
were able to do much better in football this year. They play-
ed hard, clean ball all year, and were noted for being the
sports of the league. In their next to last game they beat
Los Molinos 75-25 for their first win in quite some time.
They hope to do much better in the future, there being more
boys coming in all the time.
Back Row: Ray Bedford, Tom Vanderford, Bernell Huttman, Dave
Brown, and Bud Lafferty.
Front Row: Jerry White, Allen Bonnett, Keith Henry, and Jerry
The Elks had only a few games this
without a gym didn't get in too much
However they did okay considering the
The most exciting game was with Maxwell,
Elks lost 50-A8 after an overtime. Next
might be able to be in the league.
Hugh Luce, Everette Ellingwood, Jack Cushman, Bill Hayward
Only four boys went out for boxing, and they
trained during basketball season. They went to
Willows quite a few times and worked out with the
Honkers. When it came time for the Willows boxing
matches, the Elk Creek boys participated and did
Back Row: Don Zumwalt,Allen Bonnett, Everette Ellingwood, Dave Brown
Jack Cushman, Tom Vanderford, Richard Tice, Jerry Yarwood,
Leon Griffin, Glen Gillaspy, Melvin Brown.
Front Row: Hugh Luce, Keith Henry, Jerry White, Bud Lafferty, Bernell
Huttman, Ray Bedford, LaVern Sutliff, Bill Hayward.
The Elks' squad was strengthened last year, which gave
them an opportunity to do better. They started slow, but
ended well with a good winning streak. They beat Princeton
9-2 for their last game.
Richard Cushman and Micky Sutliff are not pictured.
Richard Cushman -----------
Bud Lafferty --------------
Ron Hovland -----------------
Jerry White -----------------
LaVerne Gillaspy ------------
Bill White --------------------- Shortstop
Micky Sutliff ----------------- Left Field
Bernell Huttman -----------
Ray Bedford -----------------
Back Row: Gerald White,Keith Henry, Dave Brown, Tom Vander-
ford, Bernell Huttman, Ray Bedford, Bud Lafferty,
Front Row: Leon Whitney,IaVern Sutliff, Marvin Cramer, Rich-
ard Tice,Dn1Zmmmlt, Leon Griffin, Glen Gillaspy,
Last year the Elks' A and B relay teams went to the
Corning Relays. Ebth teams qualified for the finals but did
not place there. From there they went to the league meet at
Biggs. The following boys placed there: Bill White, first
in the lO0 and 220 yard dashes, Ray Bedford, fourth in the
uh0 yard run and the B 220 low hurdles. The B relay team,
with Cushman, Lafferty, Bedford, and Whitney, placed fourth
as did the A relay team with Gillaspy, Hovland, Whitney and
They then traveled to Princeton for a meet with them.
The Elks did very well and won by a score of 35-19.
Bill White went to Oroville for the N.S.C.l.F. semi-
finals. He took third in the 100 and 220 yard dashes. He
also went to Davis for the California Field Day and entered
in the 220 and took fourth, which is very good for someone
from such a small school.
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Back Row: Leon Griffin, Everette Ellingwood, Tom Vander
- ford, Jack Cushman, Dave Brown, Mr. Hansen.
Front Row: Melvin Brown, Hugh Luce, Ray Bedford, Richard
Tice, Don Zumwalt, Glen Gillaspy.
'51 - '52 FUTURE FARMERS
The F. F. A., with a new advisor, Mr. Hansen, has
been given five hundred and twenty-two acres north of
Stonyford by Mr. D. A. Gilman, a local rancher. The
boys have been plowing and discing, and are going to
plant oats, vetch, and barley. All of the boys have
projects, including seven pigs, two Angus cows, two
Angus steers, a registered Hereford heifer and seventy
six acres of grain.
On September 24, F. F. A. officers were elected.
They are: Ray Bedford, president, Hugh Luce, vice-
presidentg Dave Brown, secretaryg Marvin Cramer, trea-
surer, Richard Cushman, reporter, and Don Zumwalt,
We have been to quite a few fairs and judging
days and the chapter has won some ribbons. On December
8, some of the boys went to Davis College on a field
day, where we all had a good time.
Back Row: Mr. Linn, Leon Griffin, Bud Lafferty, Betty Berry, Jack
Cushman, Bernell Huttman, Richard Tice.
Sec. Row: Mary Kaiser, Twila Green, Jane Ann Johnson, Hollis Burrows,
Betty Burrows, Phyllis Bedford, Floramay Bonnett.
Front Row: Melvin Brown, Don Zumwalt, Glen Gillaspy, B111 Hayward,
'51 - '52 GLEE CLUB
Last year, being the first in many years since Elk
Creek had a Glee Club, was a great success. This year
however it seems we are making much more progress and
as the year wears on we hope to progress still further.
We sang at the Christmas party and expect to make many
more public appearances. In the spring we are to take
part in the Music Festival.
The Glee Club consists of ten boys and nine girls.
Mr. Linn is our teacher.
---Jane Ann Johnson
Back Row: Everette Ellingwood,1bm Vanderford, Mr. Linn, Bud
Lafferty, and Leon Whitney.
Front Row: Jerry White, Jane Ann Johnson, Holly Burrows, htty
Burrows, Phyllis Bedford, and Marvin Cramer.
This years' Dramas are made up of the Juniors
and Seniors. We made progress by writing our own
three act Senior Play entitled, 'Mr. Dinglehoofer
Meets Miss Fortune". On March 26 we gave a one
act play entit1ed,'?au1 Wrecks the Car' in Willows
in return for the Tattler Review being shown in
All in all we think the Drama Class has a
group of very talented actors.
Back Row: Bud Lafferty, Bernell Hnttman, Ray Bedford, Leon Whitney.
Front Row: Gerald White, Jane Johnson, Hollis Burrows, Betty Burrows,
Phyllis Bedford, Marvin'Cramer.
BLOCK EC CLUB
The Block EC Club is a newly formed organization,
being started last year. It started with eleven members
and is now up to twelve, counting the seven new members
who entered this year. On October lst the Club elected
officers for the term. They are as follows: Leon Whit-
ney, presidentg Mickey Sutliff, vice-president, Hollis
Burrows, sec.-treasureg, and Bud Lafferty, reporter.
On December 7 the initiation of new members was
held. Before entering the club, the boys had to build a
new grandstand for the athletic field. The ones enter-
ing are: Phyllis Bedford, Jane Johnson, Betty Burrows,
Bernell Huttman, Raymond Bedford, Jerry White, and Rich-
We have been planning things for the future, such
as the club's annual dance, and so forth.
g ---Bud Lafferty
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'WILLOWS L1QUoR STORE
J. D. Dunfield
SLATER R LOUDERBACK
Sheet Metal Work - Plumbing and
LINwOOD'S 1 Heating and Cooling Equipment
Bo0ki5gng Pggggggagzrggiords 1 222 N. Butte Street Willows
CLARK'S DRUG STORE MOTOR LNN GARAGE
Dependable Prescriptionists K. W. Carson Prup.
School Supplies Willows California
lL8 West Sycamore,Willows, Calif mAX'S SHOE SHOP
Phone 309 Repair while you wait.
p Willows California
BETTY'S BEAUTY SHOP GLENN COUNTY TITLE CO.
Helen Curtis 7 Rayette Permanets Escrows
Leo Lippow,PrOp. 211 West Sycamore St.
SCHMIDTS SHOE STORE JOHNSON'S SHOE STORE
Buster Brown Shoe Fitting
215 N. Tehama Willows, Calif Orland Willows
WLLLONS MEAT COMPANY MILLER'S BEAUTY SHOP
All types of Beauty Work
Phone 3h3 lb5 N. Butte St.
Willows,California Evelyn McMullan,Owner - Operator.
DEL FISK CAFE WlLLOWS DEPARTMEN
The Family Store of Values
Congratulation'3,C1aSs of '52
Your Friendly DeSoto
willows California y Willows, Calif. -Phone h53
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
y That Friendly, Reliable Bank
231 West Sycamore Street Willows California
Telephone 211 LQLNEBAUGH 's PHARMACY
THE BLUE FRONT CAFE
BANK OF AMERICA
National Trust Q Savings
148 W. Walnut St. Willows, Calif. Association
'P 'E Your Statewide bank
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Your Friendly Neighborhood Store 1 OWS callfornla
Phone 127 Willows
POPULAR CAFE JOHN'S SHOE SHOP
Ggod Fgod Prompt Seriice
All work guaranteed
Willows California I ,
'W' 'V' UNITED CLEANERS '
BEN FRANKLIN STORE and
'Something for Everyonen willows
Willows California United Cleaners e TPOY LaundrY
Phone ll K Phone 202
POLAND'S STATlONERY STORE
The Home of Fine Stationery
Gibson and Norcross
Cards for Every Occasion
Exclusive Distributors for
120-2A W. Walnut St.
ZELLMER RADlO 5ERVlCE
WOuality Work on all Makes'
261 N. Tehama St. Phone 895
THE WILLONS SHOP
Ladies Wearing Apparel
130 W. Sycamore Willows, Calif.
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Compliments and Best Wishes To
Class of '52
' T. H. WARD - HARDWARE
,Q Phone 125 Willows, Calif.
Best Wishes Class of '52
JlM BOYD lNSURANCE
MCDONALD'S ELECTRIC STORE
146 SO. Butte St. Willows, Calif.
Congratulations and a
Bouquet of Good Wishes
LAND TlTLE COMPANY
Of Glenn County
THE WlLLOWS FLOWER SHOP
Bank of America Bldg. Phone 306
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lag W. Sycamore Phone 15 rances L King, Mgr
MRS. CHAPS BAKERY
Fine Fresh Homemade
Cookies - Pies - Cakes
Birthday and Wedding Cakes
225 N. Tehama Willows, Calif
Congratulations and Good Wishes A
THE WILLOWS JOURNAL '
And The Glenn Transcript
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Store For Men
Nationally Advertised Brand
llows Phone 179-Y
STERLlNG LUMBER CO.
L. V. BELL
Watch and Jewelry Repairing
Silverware and Gifts
Watches and Diamonds
133 N. Tehama Willows
Congratulations, Class of '52 1
ROBERT E. BOYD
JEWELRY R GIFTS
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NEW ENGLAND FURNlTURE CO.
AND GIFT SHOP will
Willows, California I
BERKLAND M FOX
GENERAL ELECTRLC APPLIANCES
SERVEL GAS REFRIGERATION
Wwe shall always strive,
to serve you well'
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MOTOR SUPPLY CO.
Machine Shop Service
Phone A6 Willows, Calif
Congratulation's Class of '52
Tommy E Russ Green
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FruitS,Vegetab1es and Choice Meat
Full Line of Groceries
Phone 101 517 So. Tehama St.
HARDWARE AND ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES
WHARDENS FOR HARDWARE'
Hotpoint refrigerators Freezers
Electric Ranges Wool Bage Twines
Youngstown Kitchens Fixtures
Telephone 279 Willows
PAT'S REXALL DRUG
Get your cash register tickets.
They are worth SZ in trade.
No tickets can be given on
Liouor - Magazines - Papers
And - We know a lot of good Elk
Pat Russel Prop.
F. D. SWEET R SON
TOP'S DRIVE INN
Home Made Pie
Phone 380 A Willows, Calif.
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