Elkton High School - Elk Yearbook (Elkton, OR)

 - Class of 1950

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L :..-NFL-. ..., b.l1':..:J!f1' 7 First Row Mrs LaVoy, Mlss Burger Second Row: Mr. Parks, Mr. Brown, Mr. Grimsrud FACULTY Mr Parks, who has been our prlnclpal for thre years, graduated from the Unlvfrslty of O 098 H then spent four year te chlng s al tu'1es and coach nf a+h letlcs at Yorcall H wgnt ary leal ct atvor a u o alth and also was coach af Que T Hom lor a c r aftfr that spent 35 months 1U tre arp t spen ver eas 1U he Phlllppln and 1 aaoar In l9h7 I degree ln educitlon uowec c cg 1hVSlPQ sclence, general sc1 ace anl b o Mrs LaVoy has tauvh+ r VlVton HlgH J hool FIVQ years She 13 a graduate of uregg Col eg , hlc go, I d has attend ed summer sesslons + the Ur rerslty of Oregon, and Oregon State College The subject she teaches are shorthand, buslness law, typlng I, 81TlS' handler fts and girls' phy slcal educataon Mr Grlmsrud has t uvnt 1n Elkton four years He re celved h1s B A degree from Concordma College,M1rnesota,and took a gradxate course at the Unlverslty of Oregon He was ln the S8TV1C9 for flve years Hr teaches Amer1can prob- lems, Amerlcan hlstory, world hlstorf, and world geography M153 Burger was a new teacher thas fear She 1S a grad uate of Llnfleld College where she received her B A degree and has attended the summer sesslon at the Unlverslty of Washington She teaches Envllsh I, II, III, and IV, muslc and has charge of the llbrary Mr Brown has taught 1n Elkton for two years H 1S graduate of the UHlV0TS1ty of Idaho and has also attended the North Idaho College of Educatlon He spent two and one half years ln the alr corps Mr Brown teaches boys' and glrls' shop, geometry and math , . , '. - e , . . . - U . 1 regwn ln .,, . .e A s a J QC1f 3 'g-, a f. .lng o - ' 's 0 'Ld 1 A 1 --- f - f 2 - fu ' 'x' Q 'B A ca- .- vc. . : ., .1 ef .J ,- . 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H, , x' ' Nw --""'1R2"""S1P'--'-"----H V--'--V W- ' J ""' 'L'- -+4"'4 Second Row James O'Brien, James Hershberger secretary, James Madison First Row Lois Stewart treasurer, Thomas Otto president Charles Binder v1ce presldent, Dolores Knypstra, Eleanor Binder Fourth Row Mrs LaVoy, Sandra Baker, Josephlne Mulkey, Don na MSOISOH, Marlana Jones, Eleanor Blnder, Betty Gossel Grace Scrlbner, Jullana O'Br1en, Davld Scott, Barry Bloom, John Beckley, M1 s Burger Th1ro Row Ben Scrlbner, Anlta Hlxson, Joyce Ferguson, Lou 189 Hamrick, Larry Emel, Ronald Henderer, Kenneth Agee, Carl Hershberger Cook, R1chard Mower, James O'Br1en, Charles Blnder, Janes Hershberger, Thomas Otto, Paul Rlley, James Mad1son, Andy Anderson, Joan Alldridge, Murlel Cornwell, Joan Prlce, Le land Cheever, Mr Rlley F1FSt Row Mr Brown, Bonnllee Bowman, Patrlcla Wh1t1OW,V1T ginia Esslinger, Berniece Beal, Patricla Mcuonald, Lorna Allorldge, Mr Parks, Rosemary Gates, Lois Stewart, Pearl Cheever, Wanda Compton, Dolores Knypstra, Janice Glll, Carol Fallert, Mr Grlmsrud . . , . , Second how: Mrs. Riley, Richard Romesmo, William Berry, Wayne 1, gs ,. .,-.,.W':.-.,-x. ..,,.,- -.. , . 1' ,, , f. I J- J' f - ,f 1 1 X I .5 ' .. 1' A' ' -x 1-'lx 11 FILES , x -1 rt, 5 X .4-4. 2 s v 'P' mi ,Nuisan- 'K gi ,, 744 Scum 1250 Patricia McDonald Class Treasurer lg, Girls' League 2,3,h, Girls' Glee Club l,2,3,h, Junior Play 3, Senior Play lx, Soft- ball 1,3,h, Volleyball 1, .Ines ladison Class President lashetter- men Club 3,143 Letterman Treasurer h, Baseball 2, 3,l5, Football 2,3,I4, Glee Club l,2,3,b, Jmmior Flq 3, Senior Play h, Csrni val Court 2 Thomas Otto Student Body President ls, Class Vice PI'8810.8Dt 3, Carnival Court 3110, Glee Club l,2, Junior Play 3, Senior Play ll, The Elk Staff 2539,-lg Baseball 2,3,h, Letterman Club 2,3,h, Football Ilan ager 2 ,3 Rosemary Gates Girls' League President h, Glrls' League Treas urer 3 Girls' League Sergeant at anms 2,Cir1s' League 2 3 h Volleyball l,2,3,h Softball 1,2,3, ll, Basketball ls Letter girls' Club 2,3,h,Letter glrls' becretary 3, Let- terglrls' Treasurer L nThe Elkn Staff 2, 3, L, Glee Club l,2,3,h Band l,2, Junlor Play 2, 3 SCDIOF Play h, Jolleyball Co Captain h Carnival Princess h Janes Hershberger btuaent Body Secretary U btudent Body Vice Pres loent 3, Class Treasurer l, Class Presldent 3,WThe Elk' Staff 3 Carnlval Escort 3, Carnival Court 2, Junior Play 2,3, Sen ior Play lx Glee Club 1, 2,3, Band l,2, Basketball l,2,3,h,Football l,2,3,h, Baseball 2,3,h, Lettermen Club l 2,3,h Lettermen Club Vice Presldent and Secretary L4 Lorna Alldrldge Class Secretary 2, btu dent Body Treasurer 3 Volleyball l,2,3,h, Soft ball l,2,3,h, Basketball h, Lettergirls' Club 2,3, ll, Letterglrls' President 3 Glrls' League 2,3,h, G1P1S' League Treasurer 2, EQILOP 'The Elku h nThe Elk' Staff 2,3, Glee Club l,2,3,h3 Junior Play 33 Senior Play hi Volley- ball Co-Captain ll, Carni- val Cueen 35 Lettergirls' Secretary h. Inis Stewart Class Secretary lx Stu dent Body Treasurer ls Carnlval Princess 2, Glee Club l,2,3,h Band l,2, Junior Play 3, Sernor Play h Volleyball Han ager 3, Softball Manager h Ietterg1rls' Club h nes Manager 'The Elk' h 2 CI' Paul Rlley Class Presloent 1 lice Presldent 14 'The Blk" Staff 3, Carnlval Escort lg Carnival Court 3 b Junior Play 3 SBHIOF Play h, Basketball 2,3 h Ba eball 3,11 Letterman Club 2, 3, 14 Letterman Club l,2, Band 1 l 3 ' . ' -S H I S S Y 5 . ' 3 1 5 I S ' 5 ' ' 3 S . u S S S 3 S 'The Elk' Staff 33 Busi- Club President bg Glee s 5 ' . fb - ' ' 5 ' , 4. f - . . 8, ' 1 'Q I 3 6 I V - P s -' ga 17 I ' V , s SENIOR CLASS HISTORY The class of 1950 wlll 'wa s be rem mb red for their partlclpatlon 1n 8C+1VlL 1nd tmlet cs The class also had the best grade r D for The 5 g events of the year were t e r e f he 9 y 'Here Com Charl1e,U and the senl r sntrx the Glgk g o a Q enlo s, Ro mary Gates and Alldrldge, Fed b L J rold lldvldge me in e thlrd grade Tom 0+ o JO1UGC +he ass ln The fourth grade Davld Coope came 1U the everth and nes 'ad1son, COHn16 Cornwell and Joy Solomon JOl ed n +he elghth Upon enterlng high school four nev f ce wer ddcd, Donald Bu k, Ervyle Newburn, James Her hbergcr and Gary At+away Gary Xttaway, Davld Cooper, Donald Buck Ted Andrews and Ervyle Newburn left durlng the sophomore year Harold Alldrldge left at the end of the JUHlOT year and Joy Solomon graduat d at the end of her thlrd year Connlo Cornwell graduatel at m1d term durlng the senlor year leavlng eight senlors to f1H QL Class advlsers were Mrs Romtvedt,Mr Grlmsrud, Mrs LaVoy and Mr Parks Class OfflCSTS thls year were Presldent James Madl son, Vlce Presldent Paul Rlley, Secretary Lols Stewart, Treasurer Patricla McDonald Y " - al y .3 e . . . . .,. 4Aq , G, . .1 ...CD 9- . 2 O are ave G tie year, 1 .' -3.2 -' T ' - 3 th JrXSenz:tJ.n J J 'La 5 - es . + . 5, o . -f . f ' 4. ,W 1 , 4.4, C, .' .,,, ..,, O -, TJ lc. T ' o,...L.., U .. A ap. .I ' ' .L I'-'. Patty McDonald started LD the -1:st grade at Elkton. Lorna . , Q . , s ' lN'F,NS and Ia- A U -a. th . A . . R, . 0 UU t A - U '.4J.. I O ' r ' sa .. 'T Ja: M . ' . .M Q . . n 41 ... J 4 I 1 a 5 . e a J o SA . r . W4 Q 1 -L. 1 l . . , ' ' v .A f G O , ' K . . . . . . . . 2 ' 0 L Q H Q 0 4 Q ' ' : ' Q- 1 '- ' . 1 . :un ' . its . . "' .-. 0 n. --.1 pics-f va, ...L LAST WILL AND TVSTAVTFT THE 'SENIOR cmss mv 1950 Know ye all men, we the HAtom1cH class of 1950, elght strong, belng of sound mlnd and full of dEt6TmlH3t1OH d hereby declare th1s to be our last wlll and testament As a class we bequeath the fO11OW1hg To the student body, our leadershlp ablllty and coopera t1OU the faculty, our sense of humor and our nolsy school mates the JUDlOTS, our ab1l1ty to surprlse the school on Sneak Day the freshmen, our ablllty to get along wlth each other lndlvlduals we W1Sh to bequeath the fO1lOW1Dg atr1c1a McDonald, bequeath my sunny dl POSltlOH t Vlrglnla FS911HgGT, and my forwardness to Andy Anderson Paul D1leJ, beque tb to UlCk Mower my ab1l1ty to squlrrel, and my Wodel A' fwhat's left of ltj to Barry Bloom Rosemary Gates, bequeath my blllty to make frlends to Davld Scott, and my trlps to Fallfornla ln the summer tlme to landa Pompton I, Tom Otto, beq1eath my ablllty to be student body presldent to B111 Berry, and my abllltf to be W6ld1Hg lnstructor to Mr Drown ' X' 1 : OF -X-2?-I?-SHG 4 5-7? -' -74-'Q-EH!-66 . . g 1. . O . I To . ' To . . . . . To the sophomores,our ability to keep boys in the class. To v . . . As ' ' ' - ' ' ' : I, P . . uv A M .S . . O I , y, . X , ,li .. ' l .. . I ' - IH I b ' I I, A Q . . . ' T , . 1 ' ' , . . . . 1 --Q W W 'G-...A -v ,- -- .A-... ,.-..,,v .A.....I1:'e3'-" - .F-... . f-Q-ww-"-1-e-rx., ., . .. . -. -. . ..n""' """- 1--"A" "' "' A "' "" W' """' """"' ' "" Mwgu Lols Stewart, bequeath my ablllty to go through hlgh school W1thOdt gettlng marr1ed,to Bernlece Beal and my ablllty to have access to all of the check books lH school to fayne Cook Jlm Hershberger, bequeath my ablllty to get through shop w1th all my flngers lntact, to my brother, farl, and my lnterest ln Talent to Pharle Blnder Lorna Alldrldge, bequeath my ablllty to eat what I want, as much as I :ant and when I want lt to Betty Gos el Cof course she wlll h ve to suffer the consequences llke I ami nd my lnterest ln tall boys to Janlce P111 'ames Madlson, bequeath my 6 ft to DlCk Romesmo,and my blond halr to Jlm 0'BFl8H ClgP9d 5. , A Uated gllfton, Oregon, 'ay 2h 1950 Ultnessed Name ,JL 44 75,224 Hnjfjhddress , x Name km X X U- Address Hx: an I Name t ilu ,pcm Adress ff ajf Slgned ln my presence, tn1s.Q4iay of f7f2 by the sald SGP1OF clas PIC, I-fmlgjnfg I, . . . . . 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S. -- x 1' ' SENIOR CLASS PROPHFCY One sum er, Tom thought I CConn1e Clemol should have a vacation, although he couldn't go with me He took me to the bus depot and I started on a trip along the Iest Coast I was very happy to be going through Oregon again since we had been living in eastern Tashington for quite some time As we neared Vlkton, I was wishing we could spend some time there but the bus was scheduled to stop for only ten minutes However, luck was with me and the bus had a flat tire gust as we were stopping I ot off the bus to look for some of my friends Upon exam ning the tire the bus driver discovered the reason for the flat tire was a big nail After looking at the highway he discovered a number of nails e looked around to see if we could find the culprit, and we sav a little boy on the othrr side of the road laughing He was about five years old, towhe ded and frcckled I went over When I asked him his name, I was sure he would say his name was Robert Slovensky Jr Sure enough, he was the son of one of my cla smates, Patty McDonald Just then I heard someone yell, 'Junior I looked around and there was Patty running from her house to see what mischief her son was in She told me he was always doing something like that While I was chatting with Patty and Junior Slovensky I heard a crash and a bang I looked over at the side of the road and I saw a big pile of Junk, with two feet size 13 sticking out When I got over to the car, the driver was struggling out of the Junk heap I looked a little closer and found it was none other than the speed demon of the United States and Texas, my former clas mate, Paul E. Riley During our conversation I found out he was married to his old girl friend, Anita Hirson, and had six little boys, who were going to follow in his foot steps 1f he had anything to sq about +he1r future I asked Paul if he knew where any of the rest of our old classmates were, and he said he knew Lorna Alldridge was working in Portland on one of the papers as their star re porter, and he thought the famous ballerina dancer of Holly wood, Madam Rosemary Gates, was our former classmate Rose mary Gates I told him when I got to California I would look her up . . . , ' Y! . . . 12 . . I . A . . . . . A . . . Z i . . . . . . . . L. . , . ,, A . . . . . 1 . 1 . ' ' . 0 . ' E. ' A and asked him his name because I thought he looked familiar. I s ' . I ' :IV 1 ' , . . . O ' 0 ' . . . . , O . . . . 0 " . ' ' s ' . J . Q . . . . I ,...,,,, ..-Wm ---W ,,...- ..- ---M ff'-vu--H . A , .,.,-,,, w...,,.,,'1-,.., A,,.4--.ww--V. .4-w.,..,.Q ., --- -.wuz When I got to Hollywood I saw a b1g s1gn telllng f the personal appearance of Madam Rosemary Gates at the Otto Theater that very nlght so I decided I would go As soon as I saw Madam Gates enter the stage of that beautlful theater I knew she was my classmate Rosemary Gates After the per formance I went backstage to see 1f I could V1S1t her, and who should be 15 her dress1ng room wath her, besldes all the reporters, but the owner of the largest theater 1n the coun try, another of my classmates, Tom Otto When she had fln ished her 1Ht9TVl6WS w1th the reporters, Rosemary, Tom, and I went to a nlght club for dlnner I learned that Tom was not married, because he sa1d marrled llfe wasn't for him He liked belng lndependent and belng able to do as he pleas ed too much to get t1ed down to a w1fe and home Rosemary sa1d she had many offers for her hand, but she wasn't golng to get marrled unt1l she had gone as far 1n her career as she could, and of course untll she found the rlght guy She sa1d they were all nlce but not the type she nantedibr a husband 'hen we had f1n1shed a most enjoyable dlnner I had to say good bye and catch my bus back to Portland, Oregon to see Lorna Alldrldge When I changed busses at Reddlng, I was amazed to find that James Mad1SOU our SEUIOT class presldent, had chosen the occupatlon of dr1v1ng a bus At dlfferent stops we had long talks about the th1DgS that had happened slnce we had graduated ten years ago I found that James had marrled a glrl he had met on h1s bus route and had a famlly of one boy and one girl, and had h1s own home ln Klamath Falls wanted me to come and meet his w1fe and famlly, but I told h1m I couldn't because my t1me was becomlng lnn1ted, and I would l1ke to see the rest of our classmates As I got off the bus 1n Portland, I saw a bunch of re porters wa1t1ng at the doors I wondered what they were wa1t1ng to see Uhlle I was waitlng I thought I would call the paper offlce for whlch Lorna worked, and ask her to have dlnner wlth me Just as I was walklng by the group of re porters to the Phone I heard someone calllng my name When I turned around I saw Lorna 1n the mlddle of the reporters trylng to push her way out Durlng the course of our con versatlon I learned that she was stlll golng w1th Benton Blnder and was golng to be marr1ed 1n the very near future They had been puttlng off gettlng marrled unt11 Benton had h1s own cattle ranch 1n eastern Oregon and lt was dO1Dg well ' ' ' o . 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I asked her lf she had seen any of our cl ssmates lately, and she told me she and Benton had Just been ln Eugene to see J1m H rshberger It se ms as though he 15 a blg elect rlcal englneer on the est Coast He had marrled the glrl from Talent ne met when the ba ketball boys went to the 1n vltatlonal tournament at Ashland 1U h1s senlor year They have twln glrls who are only about two ye rs old Lorna told me I could see Lols Stewart 1f I would Just wait a few mlnutes, as she w s comlng 1D on the next bus When she arrlved and the reporters were all through talklng to her I a ked her 1f she remembered me It took her a l1t tle whlle to remember me when she dld, Lorna, Lols and I declded to go out to dlnner, s soon as Lorna had phoned 1n her story to the paper Durlng the course of dlnner Lols told me she was a natlonal lecturer of elementary school teachlng, and was m klng the l st of a serles of lectures, before she went b ck home to Elkton for a vacatlon She told me she was marrled to a professor of one of the col When we got ready to leave we met 1 larbe group of buslness men COm1Hg 1HtO the cafe Just as we were PO1Dg out The one who w s glvlng all the orders to the walter s emed to be the head of the group When he turned around so we could see h m, I lmmcdlately TCCOgHlZGd h1m as J1m Hersh ber er When he saw us he came over to talk to us He sald he had gust been aopolntvd presldent of the Fl9CtT1Ci3H'S Com mlttee of Oregon As the tlme w s runn1ng short, we told J1m good bye and went to the depot Je got there Just 1n tlme, for mylnm was ready to leave I sald hurrled good bye to Lorna and Lols and got on the bus that w s taklng me home I leaned back 1n the seat feellng very much refreshed at havlng seen all of my classmates agaln It made me feel Just llke I d1d that last school year of 'M9 and 'SO could go home now and remember my cl ssmates as I had last seen them ' 1- :- - 4 Cb .. 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I Cl 1 I 'cv' Third Row Wayne Cook, William Berry, Richard lower, Rich ard Romesmo Second Row James O'Brien, Mr Brown adviser, Charles Bind er, Ben Scribner First Row P8t,I'1C18 Whitlow, Virginia Esslinger, Bonnilee Bowman, Berniece Beal JUNIOR CLASS HISTORY In September of l9h7, nlne scared freshmen walked through the door to start thelr f1TSt year of hlgh school Among those Blnder, who Dement, who who came to and Mlchael that year that entered were Bonnllee Bowman and Charles had started school tone her Wthers were Arnold golned thelr four h vrade class, James O'Br1en, JO1H them 1U the fwr L part of the eventh grade Madlson, who JOlH d tn m ln the latter part of In the elghth grade, Patrlcla Vhltlow, Vayne Cook, Janlce Hubbard and BSFFIDCC Beal golned the class V1rg1n1a Essllnger came ln thelr nlnth year Dlck Romesmo, Curtls Mellor, Vllllam Berry, and Dlck Mower JO1D8d them At the end of the freshman year J8n1Ce Hubbard left At the mlddle of thelr sophomore year Curtls Fellor also left the class At the beglnnlng of thelr JUHIOP year they found a new face, that of Ben Scrlbner At mld year Arnold Dement left them to JOlD the A1r Force They were 1n1t1ated a month after school started Both the 1n1t1at1on and the return p rty were a success Charles Blnder was elected the freshman class presldent and w1th the help of Mrs. Romtvedt they had a successful year Bernlece Beal was the sophomore class presldent, wlth Mr Brown as advlser James O'Br1en 15 thelr JuH1OT presl dent w1th Vr Brown, advlser Those earnlng letters as freshmen were Bernlece Beal and Charles Blnder Sophomores rere Charles Blnder, Dlck Romesmo, Arnold Dement, -ayne Cook, and Bernlece Beal . . , . 0 ' O t , . : .. . t . L1 ' ' ' L s' s A. . A . . C .9 . . . . ., . , Q .V I . . . . A . . . f O . . 1. V. . ... A during their sophomore year. . . V . g B c . . . . . . . A. - I . . . . . . . . 4 a . . . C 1 r . . . . . . . . . . .- I A A O . O J , ' . T : ' ' ,T 1 . . mmqqmf n.nS9"1-9 ,Q-mu.-.ursuw1.w4auv.,,. deft- -Q., 1 - 2 Second Row Mr Grlmsrud adviser, Andy Anderson,Wanda Comp bon, Joan Alldridge, Dolores Knypstra, Leland Cheever First Row Muriel Cornwell, Carol Fallert, Pearl Cheever, Joan Price, Janlce Gill SOPHOMORE CLASS HISTORY In the fall of "h9" thlrteen students entered E H S as sophomores. Two of these, Pearl Cheever and Joan Alld r1dge, started the f1rst grade together 1n Elkton Pearl moved away durlng that f1TSt year In the th1rd grade Janlce Glll, and 1n the fifth Carol Fallert and Glen Hahn, began attending Elkton Grade School In the slxth grade Pearl re- turned and Mur1el Cornwell and Wanda Compton moved into the dlstrlct Andy Anderson, Leland Cheever, Joan Prlce, and Dolores Knypstra jo1ned thls group ln the seventh grade. Roger Owen came at the second semester of the elghth grade Solan Collman, James Hamrlck, Thelma Thompson, Gene Jackson and Robert Thompson were added to the class to make seven teen freshman Solan Collman, Gene Jackson, and Thelma and Robert Thompson moved away later 1n the year Th1s left thlrteen to start the sophomore year Roger Owen moved away soon after school started In December Glen Hahn Jolned the leaves us wlth a class of ten, two boys and elght glrls All of the sophomores took part 1n sports durlng the1r freshman and sophomore years w1th the following people w1n nlng letter awards dur1ng the freshman year Janlce G1l1, Carol Fallert, Murlel Cornwell, Pearl Cheever, Dolores Knyp stra, Joan Alldrldge, and Leland Cheever. The sophomore class act1v1t1es lnclude thelr return party durlng thelr freshman year, and thelr 1nltiat1On and 1n1t1at1on party th1s year They were both very successful. Mrs Romtvedt was class advlser wlth Carol Fallert, presldent the fresh an year, and Mr Grlmsrud, class adviser wlth Dolores Knypstra, presldent, th1s our sophomore year, army and James Hamrick joined the air force in January. This 7'ce45mea Th1rd Row Kenneth Agee, Ronald Henderer, Lawrence Emel, Carl Hershberger, Barry Bloom Second Row John Beckley, Loulse Hamrlck, Anlta Hixson, Mulkey, Davld Scott First Row Mrs LaVoy adviser, Eleanor Blnder, Ju11ana O'Brien, Grace Scr1bner, Sandra Baker, Marlana Jones Betty Gossel, Donna Maoison, Joyce Ferguson, Josephine FRESHMAN CLACS HISTORY At the beglnnlng of the school year l9h9 Q0 nlneteen green freshmen entered Elkton Hlgh Qchool About a month after school began the sophomores 1n1t1ated them The freshmen gave a return party and 1nv1ted the whole student body Later Dale Bowman qult school, leavlng elghteen 1U the freshman class Several freshmen took part ln athletncs Farl Hersh berger, John Beckley, Lawrence Emel, Davld Scott and Ronald Henderer took part 1n football, w1th Kenneth Agee as man ager All the boys went out for basketball except Barry Bloom Eleanor B1nder, Josephlne Hulkey, Betty Gossel, Grace Scrlbner, Sandra Baker, Jullana O'Br1en, Marlana athletlcs Eleanor B1nder and Ronald Henderer are the only two who have been 1D thls class slnce the f1rst grade John Beckley came 1D the th1rd grade Marlana Jones, Kenneth Agee, Jullana O'Br1en Jolned our class 1U the flfth grade Davld Scott, Carl Hershber ger, Sandra Baker, Donna Madlson, and Lavrence Fmel entered ln the slxth grade Josephlne Mulkey and Betty Gossel came 1n the seventh grade Barry Bloom, Joyce Ferguson, and Loulse Hamrlck came 1U the elghth grade Grace Scrlbner, and Anlta Hlxson entered the nlnth grade to complete the class of l9SO Mrs LaVoy served the class as advlser durlng 1ts freshman year Carnlval prlncess and queen was Eleanor B1nder . .- 0 1 A1 "' , , Jones, Louise Hamrick and Joyce Ferguson took part in girls' . 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W' I annuals Second Row Eleanor Blnder, Joan Prlce, Janice G1l1, Thomas First Row Carol Fallert, Lois Stewart business manager, Rosemary Gates, Lorna Al1dr1age-editor, Bern1ece Beal Otto, Joan Alldridge, James 0'Brien. PUBLICATIONS The Elk staff for l9h9 So wa appolnted at the flrst of the year The offlces ln the Edltorlal taff are as follows EDITOR I1 HIFF Lorna Alldrldge ASS1StaHt Edltor Bernlece Beal Sports Edltors Fleanor QlDdPT, Thomas Otto AdV1S6F Ml s Burger Buslness Staff BUSINT S MANAGVR Lols Stewart ASS1St3Ht Manager Charles Blnder Productlon Manager Rosemary Gates Proof Readers Carol Fallert, Joan Alldrldge, Joan Prlce Advlser Mrs LaVoy The flrst semester, COHn19 Cornwell w s Productlon Man ager and Rosemary Gates w s Asslstxnt Manager, but Connle qult at the close of the semester, and the OfflCSS were changed around Charles Blnder was put 1D as A slstant Man ager The staff 1S the s1me for the paper and the annual Both publ1cat1ons are made posslble by the selllng of ads and subsorlptlons - Q 7 S . . . . . . . S F : ,, ,,. . " l"4J. , ""-"' " "'-"-" ' . -------------------------------A . 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O aeenmwlf4 Thlrd Row John Beckley freshman escort, Eleanor Binder queen, Andy Anderson sophomore escort, Mr Parxs master of ceremonies Second Row David Scott-guard, Carl Hershberger guard, Le land Cheever guard, Hlchard Lower JuH1OF escort, Carol Fallert sophomore prlncess, Patr1c1a Whitlow junmor prin cess, Rosemary Gates sennor prlncess, Thomas Otto student body presldent, Ronald Henderer guard, Paul Rlley senlor escort, Lawrence Emel guard Flrst How Larry Gates crown bearer, Janlce Halnes train bearer, Donna Jean Hedden flower g1rl, Donna Esselstrom wand bearer CARNIVAL COJRT Frlday nlght, October 21, the Elkton Hlgh School carnl val began The queen thls year was cho en, as ln the two prevlous years, by the money sy tem of votlnv, a penny a vote Each class campalened for lts prlncess w1+h posters or CO1P boxes placed ln buSlDGSS e tabllsnments around Elkton The nlght of the carnlval each cl s nad lts repr entat1v clrculat lng among the crowd, gatherlnv votes for each prlnce s The folr prlncesses were lntroduced at elght o'clock by the escorts chosen from the respectlve classe Eleanor Blnder of the freshman class was chosen queen Her court conslsted of the followlng, 1n the order 1n whlch they entered the gym for the coronatlon Glen Hahn and ed the queen, and Tom Otto, who presented her wlth the wand on behalf of the tudent body, followed next The prlnces ses and thelr e corts entered next,tney were Carol Fallert, sophomore, wlth Andy Anderson as her e Cort, P3tT1Cl8 Jhlt low, gunlor prlncess, Wltk Dlck Mower s her escort, Rose mary Gates, senlor candldate w1th Pall Flley as her escort Davld Scott and Larry Emel were the two slde guards Donna Esselstrom was wand bearfr and Donna Hedden was flover glrl Larry Gates acted as crown bearer Queen Eleanor came next and her escort, John Beckley, wlth Janlce Halnes as her traln beare Carl Hershberg r and Ronnle Henderer were the two rear guards. , , . 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I o o . . 0 "War ov s ,um 1 " Tke senlor play Uhr e Fcmf, Pn l1e', was presented December 9, ln thc h gh hool eyr The Dlar Nas a comedy and was very well rece ved The play took o ace lH Lazrf rlllott' mc c ber er nome Wora th lrlsh ld Dll fllcrldbe, ras enterta nlrg Tlm, an Ir sc po lcewar lr nls ll e x rr es, or Ottoj who L kcd Nara s oles h J we s p 1 the early return of Ia1rv's aunn urs F rnAam fRose Gatesj who fnssed emdlesslg ako L the nouoe arc ar ant cue vase, and trlcd to run her nephcw's Llfe Larry ras engag d to a suppo edly wr l+ny soclecy glfl, v vlan smrtle Lol Stevartj, but the lxoen a rval o' 'harl Cfornle Plemoj and Unclc Alecl CD1ck Mowerl fron the Dzark , cha ged thelr plans Larry bega +o fall for Charll F rnham who d1dD't llke Fharlle foand some pearl Mrs Smyth Persey fPatr1c1a NcDonaldj had fro pad, and hld th.m,tren lald the blame on Charlle However, Wnclc Qlecx found tHCm and ac cused Urs F1rnham of hlQlHH +hem,as the ncarls were found 1n her ant1q1e vas After a year t a fnnlshlng school a TCflFFd and beau- tlful Charlle came back for a party held 1n hrr honor T d CJames Madlsonj come d to C1 arlle that ne loved mr but she told hlm she d1dr't love hln M Smythe K rsed, 1V lan and MOTtlmFT Cna l Rllryj also were lHVltLd to the par ty, and all wcrc a tODlSh d to flnd that Larry was the one Charlle really loved Y V. 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A ' 3 0 l KH ff Q Second now W11l1an. merry, Wayne Cook, Richarc lower, Charles Dlnuer, James O'Br1en First I-ov Buss Burger Dlrector, Patrlcla Wh1t.lo1v, Bonnllee norman, Vlrglnia Esslmger, Joar Allcirmge, Berniece Beal JUNIOR PLAY The JuH1OT class of 1950, proved thelr ab1l1ty to act and entertaln when they presented, ULet Me Out of Here,W a three act comedy, March 31 The play takes place ln an apartment house belonglng to Bessle Rhodes, CPatty Whltlowj Eve Boyd, fB6TH18C6 Beall and Bona Lynn, CJoan Alldridgej are rentlng a room from Bes s1e Rhodes whlle they are worklng together as typists Mrs Angela Boyd, cBOHD1188 Bowmanj Eve's aunt, 1S pay lng Evefs tU1tlOH for buslness college, when ln reallty Eve the result when Mrs Boyd comes to v1s1t Eve and dlscovers she lS not golng to college Bona's brother, Garret Lynn , CCharles Blnderj and hls frlend V1ctor Ward, fD1ck Mowerj come to V1S1t Eve and many d1fflCHltlCS occur when Vlctor tears h1s trousers and Garret takes them out to be mended Durlng all of the m1x ups,the comedy mald, Hazel Mlles, CPearl Cheeverj the elevator boy, St8V16 Cobb, cJ1m O'Br1enD V1CtOT'S father, Marshall Nard, CNayne Cookb and Eve's sec ond cousln, Glfford Morton, fMlk8 M3d1SODJ make HLet Me Out of Heren a h1laTlOUS play. is working and not going to school. 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Wa Third Row Virginia Esslinger, Mariana Jones, Donna Madison, Eleanor Blnder, Dolores Knypstra, Joseph1ne Mulkey, Betty Gossel, Joyce Ferguson, Berniece Beal, Sandra Baker, Jan ice Gill Second Row Miss Burger, Mrs LaVoy advisers, Louise Hamrick driage, Pearl Cheever, Lorna Alldridge, Rosemary Gates, Patricla McDonald First Row Patr1c1a Whltlow, Bonnllee Bowman, Carol Fallert, Muriel Cornwell, Joan Pr1ce , Wanda Compton, Anita Hixson Grace Scribner, Lois Stewart, Juliana O'Brien, Joan All- GIRLS ' LEAGUE This year has been the thlrd year of the Girls' League at Elkton and has proved to be very succe sful The Off1CeFS elected were QS follows Pres1dent Rose mary Gates, Vlce-Presldent-Bonnllee Bowman, Secretary Elean Essllnger The maln event of the year was the Play Day, whlch was held March l Those partlclpatlng were U1T1S from Draln, Gllde, Oakland, Yoncalla, Rlddle, and Elkton There were ll8 glrls altogether The Glrls' League meetlngs were held on the secondlved nesday of the month and were usually ln the afternoon. or Binder, Treasurer-Janice Gill, Sergeant-at-Arms--Virginia gwqfeedwf yum .-1 up ...puc- .lu no Q-v sf GIRLS' GLEE CLUB The G1T1S' Glee Club dlrected and accomp nled by H158 Burger, made thelr flrst poear nce th1s ye r at the hlgh school carnlval They sang 'Dodo' nd 'lndlan Love Call ' The glrls that were chosen to slng 1n the sextette for the senlor play were Joan alldrldg , Nurlel Cornwell, Ber nlece Beal, Julle l'BT19H, Toyee Ferguson, ard Grace Scrlb ner They sang 'Mornlng Comes Farly N Nlne of the glrls went Chxlstmas carolllng the 19th of December Thelr next aupearance was at the Chrlstmas Tea where they sang, 'Away 1D a Manger rlso, Eleanor Blnder and Julle O'Br1en sang duet, 'O Holy N1 ht ' Lorna Xlldrldge and Connle Clemo s ng couplc of numbers, HO Come All Ye Falthfuln and 'O Llttle Town of Br hlehem The sextette appeared at the jUnlOT play w1th a dlffer rldge, Murlel Cornwell, Joyce Ferguson, and Grac Scrlbner They sang Hlndlan D wh' and 'That's an Irlsh Lullaby H BOYS' GLVF LLB Twelve boys partlclpated 1D boys' lee thls year Out of these, the qu rtct was composed of Rlchard Mower, 111 1am Berry, wayne Cook, and J mes O'Br en t the S6n1OT play they ang, Waltz Te rround Avann wlllleu and HUnder the Bamboo Tree H They s ng Hreggy 0'N911' and HYou Uore a Tullpu at the hlgh school carnlval The quartet lso appe red at the JUH1OF play, slnglng NYou Tell Ne Your Drearu and NThere'll Be a Hot Tlme 1D the Old Towr Tonlght W , . a .g . I. . 3 L 3 . a . ' . ' ' ' a ' ' .' l 2 I . 9 Lf. I ' . r . , . b V I . - , . Q J I Q I I A' N I! ' ' s I 'Q ' a ' ' Yu I 'g .' 1 ' ' 1 a , a 2 C ' ' ' 1 at ..N I X . . . . - ent arrangement, Eleanor Binder, Julie O'Brien, Joan Alld- . Au . R J Q . ' 4 ' a ' ' ' ' , f' T . J 4 HJ g . . . Z I . I O a . : ' - TV' - ' V' a L i . 4 " -I S 11 V", 2, 2 1, ' "' ' ' A .. D . . a ' 7 , ' ' ' a I 2 an , . . U . . M .K P I . A . g ' 1- ,uw I . --ax -1-H --4 - H ,,, Q. .. -4 .....,.' Q... ,f-: 'A 1.5, .- ....- gvflg-gn fav'- First, Row. Janice Gill, Barry Bloom, Berniece Beal , ,.. Ain - - .. , ...,..- ..,- --223.11m :diem Second Row Mrs LaVoy 8dV1S6T, Carol Fallert, Muriel Corn well, Joan Alldrldge, Pearl Cheever, Dolores Knypstra First how Berniece Beal, Lorna Alloridge, Rosemary Gates, Lois Stewart, Janlce Glll LETTERGIRLS The Letterglrls started out wlth only four glrls at the f1TSt of the year They were Rosemary Gates, Connle Clemo, Lorna Alldrldge, and one JU11OF, Bernlece Beal The offl cers were as lOl1ONS Presldent Connle Clemo, V1ce DTQSI dent Bernlece Beal, Secretary Lorna Alldrldge, and Treas urer Rosemary Gates Connle C emo dropped out of school t the half term and Bernlece Beal took the posltlon as Pres ldent After the club had become organlzed the blg event was held, nlDlt1atlOH ' Those belng 1n1t1ated were Lols Stew art, Dolores Knypstra, Janlce Glll, Parol Fallert, Murlel Cornwell, Pearl Cheever, and Joan Alldrldge Slnce competltlve volleyball has been removed from the hlgh school, a program was drawn up by the Letterglrls to enable the glrls to earn letters throughout thelr school years The program 1S on a polnt system The advlser of the club 15 Hrs Mayme LaVoy, glrls' athletlc coach . I . . f I ' v . 1 0 . . . . . . 3 0 .. n . . . . Q ' a . 1 7 -. . . 1 . '-Q ' 1 ' W -- . ... 8. 1 - . o 4 . . . . I . . . . . . . . 1 . . . .4 o . . O O .n a U Thlrd Row Leland Cheever, James Hershberger, Rlchard Mow er, m1lli8m Berry, Charles Blnder, John Beckley Second Row Mr Grimsrud adv1ser, Lawrence Bmel, Kenneth Agee, Thomas Otto, Ronald Henderer, Carl Hershberger, David Scott F1TSt Row Richard Romesmo, Wayne Cook, Paul R11ey, James M8G1SOn ,. LETTERMFN The Lettermen's Club was reorganlzed thls year for the f1TSt tlme 1D three years Offlcers elected were Pall Rlley Presldent, Tames Treasurer To earn a letter one must play ln one fourth of all the quarters 1F football, or one fourth of all the quarters 1U basketball, or one fourth of all the 1nn1ng 1D baseball, or be a manager of one of the teams There were slxteen boys lH the Lettermen Club thls year . z 1 . 4 - . . u 4 Hershberger-Vice-?resident and Secretaryg James Madison- .. ' ' S ' , x 7 if H -4Q ,.. . K ,,,.4wrsqV,.puM.... 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A-P' Third Row Patric1a McDonald, Carol Fallert, Joan Alldridge Second Row Lois Stewart Manager, Pearl Cheever, Muriel Cornwell, Dolores Knypstra, Wanda Compton, Janice Gill, Irs LaVoy-Coach F1rst Row Rosemary Gates, Bernlece Beal, Lorna Alldridge ELKTON STAGES ORTH DOUGLAS COUNTY PLAYDAY The Elkton Hlgh School glrls enterta1ned g1rls from North Douglas County 1U a playday held March l, at Elkton Hlgh School The playday was under the dlrectlon of Mn Mayme LaVoy, g1rl's physlcal educatlon lnstructor at Elkton There were 118 glrls and coaches represented from the fol lowlng schools Gllde, Draln, Yoncalla, Gakland and Rlddle R1ddle is 1n the southern dlstrlct, but the glrls werevenr happy to have them present Reglstration was held t eleven o'clock, followed by a general assembly 1n the gymnaslum Howard E Parks, PP1DCl pal of Elkton Hlgh School, gave a few words of welcome to the girls and told them the school was thelrs for the day Group s1ng1ng of Ir1sh songs was led by Joan Alldrldge, ao- companled by MISS Margaret Burger,Engl1sh lnstructor of Elk ton The noon lunch was served by the school hot lunch pro gram, w1th Mrs Fred Rlley 1h charge dances, baton tw1rl1ng, tumbllng, rope sklpplng demonstra tlons, school songs and yells Some very fine demonstra tlons were glven by the d1fferent schools From two to three o'clock the glrls partlclpated 1n folk dances A softball game under the supervlslon of M183 Schuman and Mrs Eckersly, coaches from Gllde and Yoncalla, was played with composlte teams of girls from the dlfferent schools A rest perlod was glven the g1rls from I4 30 to 5 OO At 6 no a volleyball game was played wlth Mrs Tuck of Draln, SUPGPVI Slng the girls At 7 30 a basketball game was played with H183 Schuman of Gllde, ln charge A tumbl1ng exhxbition was given by the Elkton glrls between the two games The coaches were pleased Wlth the response to the Wm1x ern type of playday, as there is not better means of gett1ng girls together and shar1ng actmvitles and frlendshlps that sometimes are of long duration The afternoon program opened with drills, stunts, tap- Second Row Mr Grunsrud coach, Wayne Cook, Leland Cheever, John Beckley, David Scott, Richard Mower First Row James O'Br1en manager, Charles Bmder, Thomas Otto, Paul Riley, James Hershberger, Ronald Henderer,Car1 Hershberger 3 0 0 " v I : . - . , Q The Fl? 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