Elk Creek High School - Elk Yearbook (Elk Creek, CA)

 - Class of 1954

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-. A 1 4 nl I '-4-il" 'A iff E :lf ' 1 -, N. -. X r 1 V , VI. y, 'L S . THF' F1 , i?9VYt'ISS7l'T.'9' ' p n. : 1 ln B sw E Q. E :L I E , 1224 9 12 lay the students of Elk Creek High look back upon this book with the fondest memories of their high school days. QI C'-P 5? fl L79 P! 1-4 ,.. .,!,,-U t, i ,wlfrxaijfg 'Ye..-rf- o- 4-www' The reconstruction of Elk Creek High School was under- taken late this winter after a series of delays. It is gratifying to observe new structures replacing the destruct- ed and out moded ones. The prevailing atmosphere is one of a fresh reawakening of interest for a new Elk Creek High School dedicated to education through the medium of proper facilities. To those teachers and students who so deservingly are to utilize these new facilities my we say: "Employ them well, for you know what it is to be without them." B. Mirande 'U' :Nl ix? C3 3 P3 Q-J -+- INN or A: Ln, had or v-4 MEET THE STUDENTS , Q BACK RUN: THIRD ROWS SECOND ROW: FIRST ROW: QC Jack Cushman, La-Vern Sutliff, Richard Cushman, Eddie Ehgebretsen, Bernell Buttman, Bill Hayward, Allen Bennett, Radona Tankersley, Evelyn Soeth. Donald Zumwalt, Juanita Millsaps, Myrna Johnson, Margaret Sutliff, Glenn Gillaapy, Gerald Yarwood, Leon Griffin, Twila Green, B111 Iamberto Gary Drexler, Bud Hancock, Don Campbell, Nelda Mackey, Larry Walk- up, Art Zumualt, Donald Tankersley, Virginia Haaelip. Paul Griffin, Stanley Haselip, Bruce Sutliff, Dee Luce, Mavis Hay- ward, Barbara Brown , Kenneth Criner, Ruth Moody, Margaret Johnson, Mary Moody, Mary Lou Farrel. 794 v 1 - .!' ! A , L I 1 3 g 7 1 Q 2 s j 1 Q I J-""'A k R A ...Nxt ' 5 E I ' W if I X 53? X Q r i 3 ,. " N 'I' 4.3 a u SX uw fl 3 FJ 1-1 mecbcafion Hr. Silvers, in behalf of the ann al staff of 195h, we are honored to dedicate this annual to you. You have rendered many services to the class of 'SL as well as preceeding classes, for this the community as a whole is indeed grateful. You have served on the school board, attended our various school parties, and given baccalauriate sermons which are some of your most appreciated efforts. However, the duties you have performed, perhaps unnoticed, have contributed a great deal to this comm nity. By this dedication we hope we have in some way illustrated our deep appreciation of your work. 4 f-W H-vb-Wu -2 v-4 GLENN HOFFIIANN Principal A.B., chico sur.. H College 1 . N. P J I BARNEY NIRANDE A. B., University of California., Berkeley. CON C. DAVIS District Superintendent Glenn County High School District Q A Q IAURA I-ICDPIB Ae Be 3 of New Hampshire. LA., Boston University , JANE HLNSEN B.S., University of California, Davie. 1291224 R. Keith Henry B efficient V vain E exaggerating L lovable I yearning N neat K E I T H 'konceited' eager indifferent teachers pet handsome eniom Evelyn A. Soeth R I C H A R D r ckless intelligent careless heartless adventurous relentless dreamer Richard J. Cushman 1224 129 Allen L. Bennett B brainy E enthusiastic R responsible N noisy E emotional L lamy L lonely A alive L 1unberJack L likable E enterprising N nuisance eniora John B. Buttman L A V E R N loafing arsuins venturous evasive rebellious nervy Charles L. Sutliff 1291224 ,.-n f?-Z-' " Wi111am.D. Hayward R A D O N A reasonable aggressive dieputative obliging nonsensical adoring B bewildered I inquisitive L lover L lucky Y yielding eniord Radona L. Tankersley E employed D daring D determined I interesting E energetic Eduin L. Engebretaen 1291224 QQ-Q ld Y SHJIOB SNAPS 0 0 0 O Q 0 r-I '1 di as 'Es 0 E3 9,50 313 P--3 +.: '33 8-H Antarc- Feeding pe penguins in the O +7 2 5 5 ii E1 5: SE ce gt!! as t! Go tis car. ha T Dig 'Fritzi' kersley 8.11 T Ona Rad dancing tap Teaching .fa E fl L? is I-I 1-1 0 CD 'K Ha! BUT? H th Kei 363 Allen Bennett 'Al' Oh G0 On! Training Seals in ICG- Manager nf the on land. shoe factory which pr duces over Size sho 4 122 129 E D PRO AHBITION FIYORITE SAYING CKNAIE HAI! NI Q55 Hayward Wlillien Cr ea! To bo in charge of the Resting comfort local pool hall. in the old nen's for crimnals who too old to be danger i s E' 0 S -P 5 D 1-I Do St! 00 07 W0 GQ er in a Smoki Sahara walk T099 'right 2 E Some peop1e'e kids! Burnell Huttman WNaNaW r-. 3 0 an I-A O 5-1 5 Ea Fl is as ge. 0 ll D. za:-2:3 m K fa..-a 2,39 ie? C s-, : 5 Ent Betty impro JU'-450' 'Suttien LlVern Sutliff for ying football odgers. 'gan 010 5 K-I 0 5 0 ba r-Oz go o'S 'rl M n ci? n kl P for g Bac Achin H! en Oh 'Cushi d Cushman Richar mia 2 m E 'al li is gsm gs 43.9 03. Stan'a C at Car-Hop Drive In. Twilal Oh ll ml Engebretaen Eddie 91224 ' 12 enior Cfcwd lihdfory le entered Elk Creek High four years ago feeling proud and mighty until we heard of the on coming initiation. Nevertheless, we survived the traditional lipstick, etc. including the Freshman Reception, that the Sophomores so willingly pro- vided. After this, we got down to the business at hand and elected class officers. Our second year the initiation pleasure was all ours. This was topped off with the Freshmen Reception which was very successful. Having gotten into the swing of high school life we were able to cope with arising problems. Now, as Juniors, we joined the higher society of upperclassmenl le raised money in various ways and with our savings we gave our first formal dance--the Junior-Senior Prom. 'Wishing' was the theme of our Prom that was held in a hall which was decorated with a large wishing well in the center of the floor. This, our last year, we raised money by selling Christmas cards. With this money we gave our last dance-the Christmas Party with the customary banquet preceeding the dance. The days were happy ones as graduation drew near. The Senior Sneak Day was observed in the traditional manner as .was the exchange of announcements and pictures. 18636664 -.g........ .fdfumni CLASS OF 1953 BETTY HJRROPB is living at home and working on their ranch. CERAID WHITE is attending college at Cal Poly and is study- ing electrical engineering. GAYLON MACKEY is attending school at Sacramento Jr. College. EMILY ENGEERETSEN is married to Melvin Hale and is living in willowse EVBRETTE ELLINGWOOD is unheard of at present. BJD LAFFERTY is attending school at Chico State College and is doing fine work. CLASS OF 1952 LEDN WHITNEY is working in Maxwell. HOLLY HJBROWS is married to Jerry Spurlock and is the mother of twins, Penis Lee and Henry Otto. PHYLLIS BEDFORD is employed by Mr. Groves in Willows. IIARVIN CRAMER passed his Naval examinations with a high rat- ing and is studying to be a Navy secretary. MICKEY SUTLIFF is driving a logging truck for Kirkpatricks Logging Contractors. CLASS OF 1951 LEROY WHITNEY is recovering from a tractor accident which occured in August. EVONNE GREEN is married to George llcCune and is living in Willows. CARMEN ELLIS is married to Ruben Stewart and is living in Clarks Valley. BILL WHITE is married to Donna Rose Parker and is living in Sacramento. RONAID HOVLAND is unheard of at present. SHIRLEY BEDFORD is employed by the Glenn Gereral Hospital in Willows. LAVERN GILLASPY is in the Army. IARY STDJART is unheard of at present. ILIJISE JOHNSON is married to Bob Sexton and is living on the J. K. Sexton Ranch near Willows. CAROL HARPER is married to Leonard Gollnick and is the mother of a boy and a girl. ze 1 4 pd x 1 I , -1? I E : z v w Q. 1 I 4 n F r sg. F E' Q., V A ws wr-.-wgmff Q' X' F 1 1 ,, rf . M. - -Q 5 Q' Qi xx 'J fa 2913 O 1 uae: Row: Hrs. Hooper, Don Zumvaalt, Tuila Green, Glen Gillaapy, Margu- ot Sutliff, Jerry Iarwood. Front Row: Bill Lambert, Juanita Millsaps, Jack Cushman, Myrna Johnson, Leon Griffin. unior C arid S53 Mig A Gerald Yarwood Glen Gillaspy Juanita Millsaps President Vice-President secretary-Treas. js, 1 'c lc i" 11 1 'V ff X N JM 5 I 1 i af X ea, f -4, A nw - . '-1 'li' N , 'si 3 .f W ' + 'g a W ,it N -3' .',f- 'ii' X W- L X , . F -5? pr " , f-,'-' . .Q , , E P w ? T-554 1 ig ,pg -4 1 I: 5 .Au V v Y' r -" V7 U if- ili' ,E 23, L". N1 143. -K A-1 . - V , 1 l.i ., -1 ',. 1 '-as x.: .17 1 1ff'Z. ' MF: H A N 5 'Hx P' , 1 I 1 2 .- ,Un , I 1 5-42 .s 4 1 -K . . -, 1 1 :- f , I -E: 1- - ., . -, rw "5., if , , ag .L --,if ' , " -Z. -' , Va ' .15 141 l ' :Q :TEH 2? if f' , :Q 112 ' ' , ' - 12 3 12' " QQ-1 .95 Vf 'X ag -sv f- 'TJ ' 1 ' 2 - . 5' f A ' ' H. -5, - if, f.:,:' - L- ' ii S-ff ' Elf: it I E' 5 ' in-, , f , J 1? - , 1292224 Back Rows lr. Hansen, Don Campbell, Bud Hancock, Art Zumwalt.. Front Row: Larry Walkup, Nelda Mackey, Don Tankersley. .SJOIGAOIWI 0l"Q C155 Y nw Nelda Mackey Don Campbell Art, Zumwalt President Vic e-Pres ident S ecr etary-Treas 51, .gn ' n s 1 E E f.,- , 1 ,la . . . X 5 af 5 - , ,. . ,iq ,,, V, 1 Y' 1. 1 f 1 ' ,- I F? Hz .3 A :gi Rs ' f ln' .Q ,JT Q63 i J .-4 .rt Q, Q 1292224 Back Row: Mr. Miranda, Mary Moody, Virginia Haselip, Gary Drexler, Paul Griffin, Deo Luce, Barbara Broun. Front. Row: Margaret Johnson, Bruce Sutliff, Ruth Moody, Kmneth Crinor, Mary Lou Farrel, Stanley I-Iaselip, Mavis Hayward. 321-efslnmen 61:55 -JG' fav". ,wx 1 Mavis Hayward Margaret Johnson Rraaident Vice-President Mary Moody Secretary-Treas rr- xi- ,W , , 5 . P ,- V. E ,- r 's , N , , LE-2, 1 L I R .1 , w w H . . x 5 2. f .2 w i' K JL e 13 -' 5. uf mp an r I N N 1 ka . N W E , + ! fu--ff ff! .1 , .gzwlenf Counci man . mall Hutt B' Prnmem 011 V1 Gi A 'bi ' f 4. g ,qz K . in Q Juanita Hina? ' Socrets1'!"rr'a" ' V fan Win . 4' n. ., F, ,' J" ,L 'Q W w w . 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President Vice-Presidwt Secretary-Trees 922534 ' 12 Back Row: LaVern Sutliff, Jack Cushman, Richard Cushman, Mr. Hoffmann. lliddle Rows Jerry Yarwood, Don Zumwalt, Bill Hayward, Leon Griffin, Glen Gillaspy. Front Row: Radona Tanloersley, Allen Bennett, Evelyn Soeth, Bernell Hut- tman, Juanita Millsaps. olzffermen Burnell Buttman Glen Gillaspy Allen Bonnett President Vice-President Secreta1'Y'T1'685- ' ": I' I ,A i.,...l.. V sa-.1 .. ...fe .. ., Y , - ,l.,:...,-mia Q. ae- ' -mg, , sw-,-.,,.a:m 1 1 g..I3". , " M - e. 1, , ...,, ... . 4, sf- '- .sv ' , -Y ' .as - 'ss --radio: . Nm , .fees 15:25 .fre fsaemy I i.lLi,........-' ' -- ' E ,...,..,...M,e A 3 . .hymn -r - I 5 ,N ,., M . ., 12932124 Back Row: Bill Lambert, Glen Gillaspy. Front Rows Evelyn Soeth, Radona Tankersley, Juanita Millsaps. M4004 5264! This year our staff consisted of five members, two of which served last year. we started selling ads in September. Our advertising manager did a very fine Job as we sold enough ads to enable us to pay for our year books. Our photographer, with the help of three others, sup- plied us with more snaps than we have had in any previous annual. I am sure we agree he has done an excellent job. The assistant editor will be in charge of next year's annual and I am sure she will do a good Job because of the help she has given us this year. The business details-correspondence, etc.--were sat- isfactorily handled by our business manager, who also helped with the typing. Our advisor, Mr. Miranda, has helped us a great deal by correcting all the layouts before they were shipped. We have all worked together to try and make this the best annual ever and I hope we have succeeded. Radona Tankersley Editor Bill Lambert , Nelda Mackey, Jerry Yarwood, Margaret Sutliff, Glen Gil hspye ewxiahea The school paper, the Hi-Times, had a membership of five during the fall and four during spring semesters. Papers were published on an average of three a month. Jerry Yarwood was editor in the fall and Nelda Mackey is to be commended for her fine work as editor during the spring semester. Glen Gillaspy, as art editor, proved a great asset to the paper and Mr. Mirande, the advisor, is to be thanked for his help and co-operation. Many compliments have been received in regard to the paper and we hope we can continue to meet the reader's expectations. The Hi-Times Staff 12922234 Back Row: Mr. Mirande, Mary Farrel, Radona Tankersley, Don Campbell, Donald Tankersley, Bernell Huttman, Jerry Yarwood. Front Rows Evelyn Soeth, Juanita Millsaps, Nelda Mackey, Margaret John- son, Dee Luce. 1? cl 3 ance an ,, ' 1 The dance band, that was organized here last year, is progressing wonderfully at present. The band includes eleven members and its instructor, Mr. Miranda. We have played for two dances thus far this year and hope to play for many more in the future. We have received many nice compliments on our playing which makes us try all the harder to do our best. Juanita Millsaps .i .- 1 I r if Q 1: . .,,.1 wr 6- . E." Bi' 5. 42 ...I 1. 1 L 5 517 1 1 1 .L rr. 2 gg, -H. -Q -:vi F Ra G A 1 .2.Q..,.r wh T 14 , ,, -'- .Q 5 -'I - 2. ,:. . -1: .. 1 .lf -,.--:...:f .-1--.f psf .- L ... :TV ' , .r .r --f-. :Fm - '71':-Y-!L5Tf35fh??555xi2 . -f"- 4 fr-xg: .f --'IFF 'if'f--.iifl f .E"947-'r-T - Her. . '-my I . V . ,:.-1,.m -1 dp.: , V ., 2.74. '.. . I -I -':L -,, , 5 HJ- ij'-,.-... ., .. . ' ' -:w '1"" F4 ...1'f'f"" "gl ' 3- f ,. gli 'f l-N iff : ff-'3:i:i' f ' 1 -1"'I ' ,F y- .' ' 51 f i - 5" ' if - 7432 - r-3-9:5191 ' Vr- 1, ry-'S' V' 5' -5 - ' . . . 2--Fffi-'F' '7f',3','-I-1555 Q 3 H .2-"ff 'A L 21-I-4 -56: -1'-Q ' :':-5.41"--E-:2?::'v:?fas3 if: fi--1:-521' f-1 . f -in I ' ' 'q 'Q' fs.: - All vast ' :ff .. Lg ek 1x?'iQf,4.S4-, ' .. x -4 Hx Q-',. . ,' ' - 2' xgv,-f"' . 31. wiht' '96 M'h: 'LY Itttsff' Back Row: Mr. I-bffmanu, Glen Gillaspy, Laverne Sutliff, Jack Cushman, Bernell Hut- tman, Leon Griffin. Middle Row: Paul Griffin, Gary Drexler, Allen Bonnett, Billy Hayward, Bud Hancock. Front Row: Larry Walkup, Jerry Yaruood, Richard Cushman, Don Zumwalt, Don Campbell sol 15' 417-'TQ I X. kg' 'A X wfciyi' , If, :. A rf -W f rw uf- , X fx ee 'Q g if t ' N ' N ,G r Q 4, A 12: We Q A l NL X9 lu X ' oof G, 5 X Z7 A f Q-3-x Fil 05 C3 C? Cl' w-4 LMA l Back Row: Don Zumwalt, Richard Cushman, Allen Bonnett, Bernell Huttmn, LaVern Sutliff, Glen Gillaspy. Front Row: Jerry Iarwood, Bill Hayward, Leon Griffin, Jack Cushman. A-Team This years squad started out strong by winning their first game with Kelseyville and holding the strong Williams championship team to a 31+-214 score. sun mrs fighting, the Elks were defeated by Wheatland in a close contest. Then traveling to Durham they picked up their first league vic- tory of the year. Hard hit by injuries the Elks were unable to defeat any of the remaining teams but still played hard. Next year we will have a lighter but mrs experienced team. Glen Gillaspy Bernell I-Iuttman 2224 129 FOGTBALL SEASON SNAPS! N! ,n V am S, rl L -f 23 E2 Mavis Hayward, Nelda Mackey, Dee Luce. JA Cheer olzzaclem This year, once again, the student body elected three cheerleaders. Nelda Mackey was unanimously elected as head cheerleader, partly due to the fact that she was one of the cheerleaders last year and thus had more experience. Dee Luce and Mavis Hayward are both Freshmen and are very evenly matched. They chose for their cheerleading outfits some very pretty red -corduroy Jumpers with white nylon blouses. These girls have attended all our games and their fine spirits have encouraged our team to do its best at all tim88e W . -1. 0 I ll fg' 7 Z I 4- l . 'X X N 5' ' 1 J CSX f" fn K 'J , 315. 29232124 1 Back Row: Don Tankersley, Art Zumwalt, Gary Drexler, Jack Cushman, Glen Gillaspy, Don Zumwalt, Bill Lambert. Front Row: Leon Griffin, Jerry Yarwood, Allen Bennett, Don Campbell, Bud Hancock, Stanley Haeelip. Zgaalfefgaf This year the basketball team did not play as many games as the team before them. Due to lack of facilities they did not get much prac- tice. However, the players made a good showing in the games they did play. Glen Gillaepy E 3310 A ' 'x ,, ,......,l 1 l Back Row: Front Row: Don Zummalt, Jerry Yaruood, Allen Bennett, Lavern Sutliff, Bernell Hutt- man, Jack Cushman, Richard Cushman, Glen Gillaspy, Leon Griffin, B 11 Hayward. Kenneth Criner, Bruce Sutliff, Paul Griffin, Gary Drexler, Bud Hancock, Don Campbell, Art Zumwalt, Donald Tankersley, Larry Walkup, Stanley Has elip e 3052601 For the last two years the Elks have been playing good baseball and have been winning a good percentage of the games. Last year we lost some of our first stringers, however we have some good prospects this year. Year before last the Elks took second place in league standing. Last year we tied for third place and this year we expect to do even better. Our last year's lineup was as follows: Bernell Huttmdnelfvvevvv"0v""'PltCh6T Keith Henry-f--'---- ----Catcher ud Lafferty-- ----- ---- lst Base Richard Cushman----- ----2nd B se Allen Bonnett----- ----3rd Base Jerry White----- o--o--Shortstop Jerry Yarwood----- ----Left Field Gaylon Mackey--s-- ---- Center Field LaVern Sutliff ---- -----Right Field Bernell Huttman 12925284 PHC This year's track turnout is considerably smaller than last year's. Only a few of last yea:-'s lettermen returned, but with practice the team should be fairly strong. Last season the team participated in two track meets. The first was held at Princeton and the Elks won in all three classes. The next meet was a league meet and only four members of the team participated. However, they managed to make four points, Jerry White taking a third place in the 220, and Glen Gillaspy a second in the 880. Bud Lafferty broke the Elk Creek High School record in the A shot put, but was unable to place in the strong competition. This year the team hopes to do better in the meet. Glen Gillaspy 4 122 129 FRBHIIAN RECEPTION AND INITIATION 1291224 CHRISTMAS BANQUE1' AND DANCE Q--M Q' 3. 34 129221 Snaps Lucky Strike! Hard At Warkl Star Gazing I Freshman Initiation Dig Those Crazy Freshmen! 12184 129 PEEKIN' THRU THE KEYHOLE! 1291224 A "l 'sJ PREFERA BLY DIAMONDS 'W' POPULAR SISTIJIS 49 Q65 THREE CHEERS FOR E.C. .KV uannausvfs-an CIDSE YOUR MOUTH i A, ww 6 'SWG 7' MUSCLEMEN was 224 1292 . X 'G :- X096 fag fi .0 Y' 2 :-, rv' 9 wk g?',m ffqf ' STAR GAZING LET'S NOT OVER DO IT! TAKING LIFE EASY 1291224 Q X gk sg? X, N ,N L. SWE. 1 - X 'f K x Q Q ,V FAMOUS FOTW 1:52116-Ti BUMMING AROUND P QSIN suns: LOVER P STUDENTS G 04' ' 'WIFE pm 1. ire 1 V5 wi Y, M. 121312254 ev-Gm LISTEN 041 4? 'Qs SXWQSQG 5 . 3 'EJ T0 THIS wxifwx m. RUE?-CASE SPE:-:nYz 6' .Qu Warn oriam To us fond msmoires are so dear, Of this old Model A, which is pictured here, You can see for yourself, for years it's rum true, Went chuggin' along 'till the motor dropped through. It's had some flat tires and once threw a rod, Its breakdowns cost money, in fact by the wade, The crank case leaks oil and the transmission whines, But the lights and the horn are both working just fine We have taken some Journeys in this Model A, Which will long 'be remembered in a sentimental way, To Junk this old car would just be absurd, Don't believe me? Ask the owner, Mr. Bill Hayward! E.S . 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E The Family Store of Values E Q 6 6 Q l7'D'Dl7Y1l7PPf9F'P'l"U'P'l7'D'U'D'D'D'D'D'D'lW'f?'D'f"F'f5'P'l7DYDPDP'D'D'f2 Q E UNITED CLEANERS 2 CONCRATULATIONS, CLASS OF '55 2 9 A A 2 'md 2 2 TROY LAUNDRY A A E United Cleaners Troy Laundry 2 Phono A53 2 2 Phone ll Phone 202 iwillows, Californil E E w1Lmws E, 3 94 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 PD' 1291224 Qll444444444444444444444444444444444444444444444444444444444444444444444444444444446 9 6 V 6 A 7 6 6 Q A A 3 rum mm suor 2 2 3 -Beauty Salon-- 2 2 7 6 A Q A A E Helen Pryor E E 7'-16 S . Tehama Phon 165 A a ED-D-?fD'D'D:WD-D-D-D'D'D'D'D-D-D'D'D'D-D'D'D'D'D'D'D'D'D'D'D-9'D-D?9'D'D-D'9' 2 coo Q 3 2 i 7, 6 6 9 6 A 3 2 S 2 3 Q Complete Service Facilities g 3 Q Custom Built Farm Machinery Q 3 GLENN FHTILIZER CO. 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