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Andrews Donna lvladlson Julie OBr1en Jerry Romesmo Barry Bloom Mrs
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Ass1stant Annual Editor
Asslstant Paper Edxtor
Ad Make Up
Julle O Brlen
Eleanor Martm who was Edmtor In Ch1ef moved at m1d term and was re
placed by former Ass1stant xnnual Edltor Sandy Baker Grace Scrlbner then fxlled
the posmtlon of Assxstant Annual Edxtor
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BACK ROW Mr Vlctor Sweet Mr John Brown Mr CarlM Grxmsrud
FRONT ROW Mrs Anna Bauer Mr HowardE Parks Prxncxpal Mrs Patr1c1aFl1tcroft
Mr Parks has been prlnclpal of Elkton Hlgh School for slx years He IS a graduate
of the Unlversmty of Oregon He teaches classes ID blology general scxence and physlcs
Mr Grxmsrud IS a graduate of Concordla College and has taught here for seven
years He recexved h1s Master s Degree ln general studles thls past summer The sub
jects he teaches are world geography world hlstory Amerlcan hlstory Amerlcan prob
lems and boys phys1cal educatxon
Mr Brown IS a graduate of the Northern Idaho College of Educat1on and th1s 1s hls
f1fth year here He recewed hls Master s Degree m School Admxmstratlon last summer
H15 classes mclude Semor mathematlcs algebra general mathematlcs and boys n
Mr Sweet IS a graduate of Lewls and Clark College Thxs IS hls second year of
teachlng here Enghsh I II III and IV are the classes he teaches and he has charge
of the llbrary
Mrs Bauer IS a graduate of the Umverslty of Oregon She has taught g1rls and boys
muslc here for two years
Mrs Fhtcroft IS a graduate of L1r1f1eld College and th1s I5 her fmrst year of teachmg
She lnstructs classes Ln bookkeepmg typmg off1ce pract1ce and gxrls physlcal educatlon
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In the fall of l95O there were n1neteen students who entered lnto Elkton Hwh
School as Freshnmn Only two of these students Ronnme Henderer and Eleanor
Blnde Nlartm han. started school 1n the flrst Grade IH Elkton schools In the thlrd
grade John Beckley Jolned them In the f1fth grade Marlana Jones Kenneth Amee
and Ju11e O Brxen were enrolled wlth them Davld Scott Carl Hershberger Sandr
Baker Donna Madmson and Larry Emel entered mn the slxth Grade In the seventh
grade Josephmne Mulkey 'md Betty Gossel Jomed them Barry Bloom Joyce
Ferguson and Loulse Hamr1ck came 1n the e1ghth Grade Grace Scrmbner Amta
I-I1xon and Dale Bowman entered ln the nmnth orade Later Dale Bowman dropped
out reduclng thelr number to ewhteen
In the1r Freshman year Eleanor Blnder 1VIart1n was elected Pres1dent Ronme
Mrs LaVoy was thelr class adv1sor Carn1val prmncess and and queen was
Eleanor Bxnder Martln w1th John Beckley as her escort
The class had slxteen members when they were Sophomores Loulse H muck
Joyce Ferguson Anlta HIXOH and Carl Hershberver left them and lklarle Kelhson
Mower Jolned them As Sophomores John Beckley was elected Presldent Eleanor
Btnder Martm Secretary Barry Bloom Vlce Presldent and Ronn1e I-Ienderer
Treasurer Mr Grlmsrud was thelr class adv1sor Betty Gossel was the
Sophomore carmval pr1ncess wlth Larry Emel as her escort
In thelr Jun1or year they were mlnus Josephme Mulkey and also Marle
Kelllson Mower who had Jomned the Senmor Class Pete Inman came to Jom them
and Mary Allce Bunch moved up from the Sophomore Class thus maklno fmfteen
members IH the Jumor Class In thls eventful year Barry Bloom was elected
Pres1dent Donna Mad1son V1ce Presxdent Grace Scrlbner Secretary Ronnle
Henderer Treasurer Mr Brown wa thelr class advmsor The Junxor Class
prlncess was Donna Madlson and her escort was Ronnle Henderer They produced
Fmnders Creepers a mystery comedy wmth Mr Sweet dmrectlng as thelr Junlor
Class play They ordered thelr class rlnos mn thxs year and were very proud of
them The class also cave a banquet and prom mn honor of the Semors The theme
for the affalr was Dutch
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In themr Semor ye r at Elkton I-hgh School Josephtne Mulkey rejotned them
Eleanor Btnder IXI artxn and Larry Emel moved away durtno the last seme ster
leavxnf fourteen Senxors tn thetr oraduattno class The offtcers were Donna
M tdtson PYCS1dCDt Pete Inman Vtce Prestdent Sandy Baker Secretary John
Beckley Treasurer Mr Grlmsrud was agatn thetr class advtsor Grace
Scrtbner was carmval prtncess and queen wtth Pete Inman as her escort Ne trly
all of the members of the class were actmve tn sports and made letters tn them
The Sentor Class of 1953 started on that annual occaston the Sentor sneak
M arch 77 1953 In the mornmg before daylwht they were to meet tn front of
Rxndalls tn Elkton about 5 30 Ftnally everyone made tt by about 4 30 wtth
Mr Grtmsrud the la t one there We started Oelt and our f1rst ston was Newport
where we had chartered ftshtno boat for deep sea I1 h1nU Due to the we ather
we were unable to Oo ftshtno but we were taken for a half hour r1de out over the
bar We also had breakfast at Newport then left for Depoe Bay where we went
throug h tn aquartum of all ktnds of sea antmals seals sea llons sea anemones
ftsh and an octopus
Our next stop w IS Ttllamook where we went through a large cheese factory
on 1 nutded tour After our tour we had lunch at a drxve tn tn Ttllamook and
were on our way to Portland on I-Itghway 6 We went through the Ttllomook Burn
thounh not pretty anymore tt was a stght to see We arrtved 1n Portland and went
to Mtlwaukee where we found the motel we were gotng to stay 1n that ntght It was
Maynard s TV Motel whtch has Telev1s1on 1n some of the rooms After resttng
from rmdlng we changed our clothes and took off for the Shrlne Cmrcus at the Ice
Arent tn down town Portland It was a good show and Jerry Colonna was Master
of Ceremontes The boys were hungry agatn as usual so we went to the Oyster
I-lou e and had a sea food dtnner before gotng back to the motel Everyone was to
settle down and oo to bed but dtdn t 'ttll after televtston went off at one o clock
We awoke around 8 o clock and checked out of our motel to go and eat
breal fast We found an Ital1an restaurant tn Portland and had breakfast there
We then went through Lambert Gardens and rode through the Reed College campus
Then we were headed to Salem the state capttal to eat lunch and for the boys
ro im around The glrls and the chaperones though went through the capttol
butldtnw and sat tn on the Senate where they were passtng b1lls The glrls cltmbed
to the top of the dome of the capttol butldtng and took ptctures Then the g1rls rode
out to the state penttenttary and the warden there wouldn t let us go through much
to our dtsltke We went shopptnc back at Salem unttl ftve when we were to meet
the boys tn the Hotel Senator
We then he tded for Eugene to take tn a show We couldnt aoree on whtch
one to no to so they all went to dmfferent shows throuohout Broadway tn Eugene
We stayed to eat together at a c feterla style restaurant tn Eugene before gotno
home. We Got home around 7 OO a m feeltng as though we had had a very suc
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Semor Class Prophecy
January 1 1965
l Grace Scrtbner bemw of sound mmnd do hereby declare th1s to be by legal author
:ty my last and fxnal wtll and testament I hereby name as my beneftctarxes my classmates
who graduated from Elkton I-hgh School ln 1953 They wlll share my estate They are here
by requested to meet tn New Mexlco at the Seemore Observatory near the spaceport bu1lt
by myself before my successful flrst tnter spactal expedttton
I want all of you to know how much I enjoyed my v1s1ts to you two years ago When
left to v1s1t my frlends IH Elkton Oregon I ltttle expected to see so many of my old class
mates st1lll1v1ng near there
Elkton now a thr1v1ng c1ty of 50 OOO people was a very fertlle ground for Mlss
Marlana Jones marr1age broker to set up shop Out front there was a btg smgn that read
If1x It up you tear 1t down I went 1ns1de and before she had recogmzed me she had a
marrlage l1cense ftlled out and wa try1ng to get my two dollars She had even taken over
the long deserted dance hall tn Whoop and Holler Valley and made It world famous She
was as gemal as ever and told me about some of her greatest matches one bemg the mar
r1age of Davxd Scott now a New York State pohceman noted for h1s safe and sane dr1v1ng
to a wealthy young woman the only surv1v1ng he1r of the world's r1che st man Scrooge P
Plnchpenny a bottle cap manufacturer The marrlage was hlghly successful and ln l963
Davtd the proud father of flve gtrls and f1ve boys was named Father of the Year
After vtsltmg w1th Marlana I left for Oakland Oregon where I would see Donna
Kobbe the former Donna Madlson Yes Donna was marrxed rtght after graduatxon back
ln '53 and was now ratslng a famlly of three boys and one g1rl She and Kenneth hved on
a large ranch near Oakland where she spent her lelsure tlme worklng on new methods for
extermlnatmg rodents She had been pretty successful ln thls wlde open professlonal fleld
She mentloned seetng Julte the week before so I declded to v1s1t her at her home near
Woodburn where she LS home econom1cs mstructor tn the Boys Detent1on Home .Iul1e
revealed to me that she had been secretly engaged to a man Ln New Zealand for seven years
and was gotng to brtng htm 1nto the country as a male war brxde next month They were
golng to l1ve ln Terrebonne near the Deschutes Rxver and ralse rac1ng turtles
On I went to vxslt Ronme Henderer or Arthur the Second successor of Arthur
Murray the famous danctng lnstructor H15 slogan was Learn to Dance ln One Easy
Lesson' He offered me a free course but I turned mt down as I was rather pressed for
tlme Itherefore declded to leave for Bremerton Washmgton where I planned on v1s1t1ng
the presldent of the Internat1onal Ltars Club the one and only Larry Emel However I
dtscovered my Jetmoblle needed a repalr Job badly so I took tt to the nearest repamr shop
and went to spend the afternoon at a matmee
Upon arrlvlng at the Paramount Theatre I dlscovered that a famous s1nger was ap
pearmg tn person Bemg a lover of mus1c I dectded to see the program so I bought a
tlcket for the front row and went m and sat down About ftve mmutes later the curtam
went up and I recelved the surprxse of my llfe On stage was none other than my old pal
Josephme Mulkey The mustc began wtth an arta from a famous opera but suddenly Chqnged
to a popular ballad Let's Make Moonshtne ln the Moonshtne Tomght Needless to say I
enjoyed the performance tmmensely Afterward I went backstage and vtslted W1 h .Io I
learned that she was the smger respons1ble for the uproar whtch shook Carnagle Hall four
years ago when a very reputable opera smger suddenly broke lnto an Okxe song She also
mformed me that she was leavmg for Afr1ca the next day to pursue her pet hobby beetle
trappmg I bld her adleu and went back to the repatr shop where I d left my Jetmoblle
only to fmd that they dtdn t know how to f1x lt I rolled up my sleeves and went to work
In flfteen mlnutes tt was ftxed and I was ftnally on my way to Bremerton
I arrtved there an hour later and went to the Emel resldence where I was greeted
Larry s w1fe and two small chxldren who chattered mcessantly I could see or rather hear
that they took after thelr father A few mlnutes later Larry walked IH and began glvtnfv nie a
sales talk on Chevrolet plckups I could see he hadn't changed a bit We talked over old
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leave before I commnted myself
From there I xx ent to Prmevllle where I planned on spend1ng the night wlth Mr and
Mrs Loule Martmn the former Eleanor Btnder and thelr nlne chxldren I arrlved ln
Prmevllle about ewht o clock and went to the Martln Ranch where I was gwen a rouslng
welcome by Mr and Mrs Martm and the1r n1ne lmttle Martms They practlc lly had me
hoo tled ard branded by the t1me I cot mnsmde the ranchhouse They were soon put to bed
md I..ou1e Eleanor and I spent a very enjoyable evenlng together
The next mormno I left early and headed back to Elkton hop1ng to see Mr Grlmsrud
who was our class advlsor m our Sophomore and Semor years mn hmgh school Upon arrwlng
mn Elkton I learned that Coach was down at the hxgh school workmg out w1th h1s all
dauohter star volleyball team I watched them for a whlle and then talked to Mr Grlmsrud
He stmll was loadmo terms onto the classes of E I-I S but the students were workmg out a
form of mental telepathy wh1ch was mtroduced by that famous stat1st1c1an Doctor
Lmvmgstone I presume wh1ch made xt pretty hard to g1ve tests After an hour's v1s1t I
went to Brookmos to see John Beckley head coach at Brookmgs Hlgh School for glrls John
was ln h1s glory there He was marr1ed to the commerc1al teacher I should have known
better but I dec1ded to attend one of h1s classes The g1rls were now dommatmg the basket
ball cene John's star player was a burly slx footer She really seemed to enjoy playmg on
John s team
S1nce I had seen all my frlends ln Oregon I set out to v1s1t Ken Agee now a famous
sono wr1ter and leader of the world s largest western ba nd It took me all day to get to Los
Angeles so I dec1ded to stay at the Statler Hotel there That mght I went to the Cocoanut
Grove where Ken was currently appearmg wxth h1s band He played many old favor1tes of
mme such as Im Just a Full Tmme Slob and one that he had wr1tten hlmself The Second
Bar on the Rmght After the fmrst show he came over and talked to me I secured hms auto
Graph and went back to the hotel It was a rehef to get some rest after such a busy day
Smce all my classmates now resxded further east I dec1ded to take one last look at the
wood old U S A wh1le I was travehng I started northeast and mto Colorado where I plan
ned on seelnrr Mary Allce Spencer the former Mary Allce Bunch She and her husband owned
a sheep ranch about th1rty m1les east of Denver Her husband wasn t there when I arrlved
and she was havmw qulte a txme Someone had left the gate open and the sheep were all over
he road She was trymg to cet them back where they belonged She was begmmng to lose
her temper Fmally she got them back 1n and turned her attentlon to me She told me that
she was domo pretty well what wxth her vetermarlan work and the ranch We talked a whxle
and then I had to be on my way
On I went through Kansas Mxssourl Ilhnols Indlana Ohlo Pennsylvanla and f1nally
rrlved m New Yvrk Crty In a few mmutes there was a sound of slrens and crowds of cheer
mf people It was Betty Gossel w1th her pol1ce escort There were the autograph fans w1th
themr penc1ls and plpers They were after Betty's autograph She was a very popular model
She worked for Barry Bloom owner of the C B Bloom Model Agency Wxth her was some
one 1n a orey su1t Everyt1me one of those fanattcal fans trxed for a souvemr she bopped hmm
and yelled Y I Iankee Dov' I floured It must be Sandy Baker Sure enough Sandy was a
very famous cartoomst noted for her comlc strip L1 l Rebel Headlng the l1ne of poltce
men was Dav1d ncott a New York State cop Just at that moment a man ran a red hght and
almost hlt a woman crossmg the street Dave took out after h1m so fast that he tore up two
block of trolley tracks Sandy told me that a group of teachers and pr1nc1pals were trylng
to h lve her removed from the staff of the New York Tlmes because they though she was
corrunttnfv the mmds of httle chmldren' However each tmme she was f1red she was re
hmrcd bec1use of her 1mmense popularlty She had the younger generatlon bellevelno that the
South had actually won the C1v1l War to the d1smay of all hlstory teachers She llved a rather
hccuc lmfe but seemed to enjoy 1t Betty took me to the C B Bloom Model Agency to see
B rry l-le was re llly surpmsed to see me l-le gumded me throuoh hls show rooms and also
tmok me tothe offmces of Pete Inman Vtce Presxdent of the firm Janltor m h1s spare t1me
l llso c rr nd b y Petr. h ld as food a phy xque as ever and had even been chosen Mr
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Amer1ca of 1963 Pete took h1s da1ly workouts 1n one of the mam show rooms by hftlng and
movmg models Dumm1es of course Once he got slapped for makmng a rrustake men
tmoned somethmg about berng rnterested 1n professlonal wrestlmo he had done a lmttle on he
smde analnst Gorgeous George
That nwht Barry Pete Sandy Betty and I went to dmner together It was a farewell
party for Barry who was le'1v1nG the next day for Afrlca where he would 1ndulge IH h1s
favormte sport fxshmg ln the mu-aces 1n the oahara Desert He was the fmrsf man to ever
catch one there as they are very rare ln that area
The next day I w1shed hlm Bon Voyage and left for my spaceport rn New lVlex1co
XVlI'1d1I'1U up my tr1p m a hurry
I have rather wandered off the subject but hope I have gxven you a look rnto each other s
lmves I hereby request that th1s wrll be read IH your presence here at the spaceport on
January lO 1965 My estate lS to be d1v1ded equally among you I hereby name Mmss Saundra
Baker as my Executor who wlll see that each recewes h1s fa1r share mcludlng herself
At the me th1s ms read I shall be on my way to Mars fror' xhrch l do not expect to
return In any c ent l wlsh you all good luck and sxncerely hope j wlll lead very happy
and successful hves
Cn ned th1s f1rst day uf Tanuary 1965
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Last Wzll and Testament
of the Senzor Class
of 1952 1953
As a cla s we bequeath the followmnv
tmc student body our Democratlc quret and trustworthy way of domnw thlnvs
faculty the knowledve that at lon last they are r1d of us
Junlor our xblllty to spend money we haven t made
an Sonhomores our athletxc ab1l1ty
the Frcshnacn our humble but devxous ways
the Senlor boys ofthe vvraduatm Class of 1953 do hereby return the mxnagement
of Elkton Hwh School to Howard E Parks
As mdmvrduals we bequeath the followlnw
Sandy Baker beque ith my abxllty to remaln unattached all through my four years of
hwh school to Maroaret Otto
Pete Inman bequeath my athletlc ab1l1ty to Don Dlckenson and my shyness w1th
mrls to Gcrald I-lalnes
Jlllle O Brmen bequeath my 4 H aD1llt16S to Mr Grlmsrud and my shyness w1th
boys to Irene Duncan and Dorothy Brownson
Kenneth Agee bequeath my musmcal ab1l1t1es to Paul Looker and my ab1l1ty
w lys get my school work clone to Lorna lVlad1son
Donna lXflad1 son bequeath my slxm tr1mness to Norene Compton and my qu1et ways
to Jean Ne1lsen
John Beckley beque xth my ab1l1ty to get along w1th Mr Sweet to Jewel Jones and
I Graduate to Glen I-larbaugh
my ab1l1ty to attend Oregon State College before
Betty Gossel bequeath my sunny d1spos1t1on to
1b1l1ty to xlw xys be w1de awake and alert rn IVIr Gr1msrud s classes to Douglas
Marmanx Jones beque ith my ab1l1ty to vo anywhere I want and stay out late to
Barry Bloom bequeath my ibmlxty to get my Dad s car to Bob W1ll1ams and my
ab1l1ty to keep my mouth shut to Wayne Dement
'VIary Alxce Bunch bequeath my avrxcultural mtere sts to anyone who may want
Ele mor Bmnder bequeath my bookkeep1n0 workbook to the bookkeepuaw class who
have already used most of It
Jo ephln ylulkey bequeath to Jerry Romesmo my
peoples ne s ind Dossm about only what I know
Ronnme P rderer bequeath my boldness to Rmchard
student body presldent to Paul Scallxon
Gr ace Schr1bner beque ith my ab1l1ty to keep calm
Beckley and my lb1l1ty to get alono w1th the boys to
abmlxty to stay out of other
McDonald and my pos1t1on as
cool and collected to Ann
Nlmt 7774. . Address !
IN xml Address
S nccl Ill my mrc ance tl s JM da of M y 1953
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Wtth the advent of a new fall term on September 4 1952 emghteen Jumors
took thetr posttmon 1n the tanks of upperclassmen Marlys Gosser was the only
newcomer to the class Three grrls Corlnne Andrews Margaret Otto and
Beth Weatherly had come all the way from the f1rst grade tooether Irene
Duncan Lorna Machson Frank Glll Norene Compton and Douglas Dement
Jomed the three mn the fourth grade Darlene Mad1son Jomned thrs group 1n the
fmfth In the seventh grade Jerry Romesmo and Betty Hendrrckson made
the1r appearance followed by Jewel Jones rn the emghth orade ln thexr frrst
year of hloh school Glen I-larbaugh and Paul Scalhon Jomed the twelve Jamce
Worden Larry Hescock and Dorothy Brownson came as Sophomores to com
plete the 11 st Later on Marlys Gosser Jamce Worden and Darlene Madv son
dropped from the p1cture but they were partly replaced by Paul Looker and
The Jumor year 1s one of the more actmve years 1n hxgh school and th1s
year s Jumors made xt a full one Every gmrl parttcrpated rn sports A or
the boys Paul Scall1on Frank Gmll Larry Hescock Doug Dement and Glen
Harbauoh played on the champ1onsh1p football squad These boys w1th the
excluslon of Paul Scalllon were ranklng members of the varslty basketball
At the annual fall carnlval the Jun1or Class pr1ncesS Beth VK eatherly
was escorted by Jerry Romesmo tn the court of Queen Grace Scrmbner
In February the Junmors publlshed THE ELK to get them ln practlce
for the next school year
One of the mam acttvrtxes of the class was the presentat1on of the1r
cla s play Off the Track A flrst try at actlng for many of the class the
play was pronounced successful after weeks of hard and wearlsome practrce
By far the most lmportant and colorful event of the year was the
.Tumor Semor Banquet and Prom sponsored by the Junlor Class On May 1
1953 wrth an approprrate May Day' theme thms event marked almost the
close of a busy year
All class members were actlve ln student body affalrs Jerry Romesmo
was Vtce Presmdent of the student body and of the student counc1l Beth
We ltherly was Secretary of the same Glen Harbauoh as class Presldent
was Jumor Class counc1l representatlve Several students were also on the
paper staff Beth Neatherly was ass1stant paper edltor Betty Hendrlckson
was assxstant bustness manager Corlnne ,Andrews was m charge of the ad
make up and Jerry Rornesmo was a proofreader
Offmcer for the year were Glen Harbauwh Presldent Doug Dement
Vtce Presmdent Betty Hendrrckson secretary and Jerry Romesmo Treasurer
Class advxsor was Mr Brown
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THIRD ROW Fred Dnckenson Bobby Wnllxams Clmton Smems Bobby Hamnes Don Dxckenson
SECOND ROW Bernard Mode Bully Bxnder Darlene Herbert Nancy Fxsher Carol Allen
Margaret Pnce Alna Surgeon Jean Nexlsen Pat Watkms Mr Sweet
FIRST ROW Ann Beckley Sharon Hescock Pat Sharp Judy aoderback Betty Jones
Ftfteen Sophomores feellnv a l1ttle more conftdent than tn thetr Fresh
man year entered the h1 h school on September 3 1952 Of these ftfteen
only nn Bec ley Betty Jones and Btlly Brnder started school tor ether ten
years 'mo ln the thlrd and fourth years they were Jorned by Bernard Mode
Bobby l-limes. Nancy Ftsher Margaret Prtce and Judy Soderback Durmg
thexr list four years of grade school they were Jorned by Jean Netlsen Carol
Allen Don D1ckenson and Fred D1ckenson DUT1HUth91F Freshman year
Watktns and Pat Sharp D rlene Mtchael also Jomned the Group but tr ans
ferred at the semester
Offlcers of the class were as follows Presxdent Sharon l-lescock
Vxce Presrdent Bernard Mode Secretary Jean Netlsen and Treasurer
Darlene Herbert was chosen class prtncess and her escort was Bernard
Two of the Sophomore otrls Darlene Herbert and Sharon I-lescock took
part rn betno yell leader h1s year
The class as a wl or took part tn almost all of the school act1v1t1es
such as decoratmr-v the staoe for baccalaureate a carnlval booth sluts and
Those earmnw letter tn the Freshman year were Ann Beckley Peg
Prmce Jean Ne1lsen Bobby I-lame and Bobby Wllltams who earned a
The Sophomores have from the ftrst of the year been Oetttnv new cliss
mates and are now the second to the largest class 1n the school
Mr Sweet served the class as advtsor durmno tts Sophomore ye tr
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THIRD ROW Dean Gxll L rry Bxshop Gerald Hnnes Jackle Whxtfxeld Elbert Sharp
SECOND ROW Mrs Flxtcroft Marjorxe Weatherly Wayne Dement fstandxng xnbxck Jeanette
Rxley ludrey Hendrxckson Claud1aBmder Pat St Dennx: Elame Agee Boyd
Garrxeon Rxchard McDonald
FIRST RON Roy Gxllasmc L Wand Dxcxenaon Arlene Hind Gayle Groshono Shiren Johnson
Georm 1 Chgexer Ron ald Moore
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students That had advanced from the emghth grade to the posltmon as Freshlrlen
of the Elkton I-hgh School At flrst they felt rather out of place and perhaps a
llttle awkward but xfter 1n1t1at1on they proudly took thelr places as Freshmen
Of these twenty only e1ght had begun thexr school days together at
Elkton Grade School mne years afvo These were Boyd Garrlson Ronald Moore
Jack Whmtfleld Larry Bmshop R1ch1rd McDonald Molly Monner Marjorle
Weatherly and Claudla Brnder Others Jolned as they made the1r way up to the
e1ghth grade Durlng thelr Freshm IU year Bert oh xrp Marvm Hutchlson and
Jrm Davls were welcomed brlngxng the record up to twenty three the largest
class of Elkton I-hgh School
The Freshmen are proud of the athletlc ab1l1ty of thelr boys especrally
that of Rana-kd"M9ore who was a sub on the A quad 1n basketball A majorlty
of the boys have part1c1pated IH football basketball and baseball The gmrls
were enercfetlc and entered 1nto many school actxvrtzes
Patr1c1a St Denms and Larry Bmshop were chosen as the Freshman
prrncess and escort of the 1952 Carmval Court Dean C1111 acted as a guard
The class offlcers thls year were Claud1a Bmnder Presldent Gerald
I-Innes Vlce Presxdent Wayne Dement and Ronald Moore Serveant at Arms
Larry Blshop Treasurer Boyd Garrmson Secretary
The Freshmen have successfully made thelr way through theu' flrst year
of hmgh school wlth the help of thexr 'xdvlsor Mrs Fhtcroft
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leave ind the Qrnell of freeh sawdust ln the amr the eettmnv wae ready for the
Grind opentnfv of the 1937 Carmvcll
lt was the evenlnw of October 24th and the student body Pf9S1dEHt had just
completed hte welcommnn speech
As the musxc etirted the Freshman candtdite PFlHC6SS Pat St Dennl-S
ind her escort Larry Bmshop followed by the Sophomore candldate Prmceae-
Darlene Herbert and her e cort Bernard Mode the .Tumor candldate Prlnceas
Beth Weatherly and her eecort Jerry Rornebmo and Senlor candtdate Prxncess
Grace Scr1bner wuth her e cort Pete Inman low ly and gracefully marched 1n
The proceesxon atopped ID front ofthe stave and each prlnceas wa: xntroduced
by her escort
Durlno the Shootmo of D mnwerou Dan lXlcGrew whtch na read by Mr
Q ee a d cted o t by a nuneber of the :tudent 1nd By the Llont ofthe
S1lyery Moon wh cle w 5 m p xntomlme the boxes were passed so the people
could have 1 laet ch ance to vote for the candidate of thelr cho1ce A penny
counted as one yote
The votes were then counted and as the mu mc wtarted a huah fell over
Thls txme the proccwslon wa-, lead by the Guardb then the Prrnceeses and
the1r escort who were followed by Charleen McDowal flower gmrl Jaclyle
Mtller crown be xrer Nlext c lme Queen Grace Scrtbner follow ed by Judy
Mode who wa tr mn be lrer
Queen Gr cc y 19 crowned by the may or of Ellyton Mach I-ledden and the
carnu xl of 103 wi decl lred off1c1 ally open
The proftt madt thx ye ar was approxtm ltely C403 OO vxhxch far exceeded
my prevtou c lrmy ll rccelnts
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Mrs Flxtcroft Arlene Hand Alna Surveon Betty Jones Claud1aBmder Nancy
Fxsher Georg1aCheever Pat Sharp Jamce Worden Corxnne Andrews Lorna
Madxson Norene Compton Dorothy Browneon Josephxne Mulkey Irene Duncan
Betty Go sel Shlren Johnaon Judy Soderback Ann Beckley .lulre O Brxen Gayle
Groahong PatW tkms Sharon I-lescock Pat St Dennxi Je1netteRxley Carol
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Th1s the smxth year of the curls league at Elkton l-hgh School has proven to be very
eventful and successful The g1rls league meetlngs were held on the second VS ednesday of
The followmg offrcers were elected Donna Mad1son Prestdent Grace Scrlbner
Vrce Presrdent Jean Nerlsen Secretary Betty Gossel Treasurer Pat Watkms and Gayle
Groshong Sergeants at Arms
Each grrl has had a secret stster to whrch she gave a grft on her blrthday At
Chrrstmas the gmrls had a Chrrstmas party at whxch grfts were also exchanged At the
end of the year the grrls w1ll fmd out who therr secret srsters are
The annual Chrrstmas Tea was held on December 18 1952 The Senlor curl were
ln charve of decorattng servmg and pourlng The Junror grrls took charge of the pro
gram rn whrch each class part1c1pated The Sophomore gxrls were 1n charge of Oettmo
drshes and refreshments and the Freshman gxrls welcomed the mothers and frrends as
A themr yearly project the grrls dec1ded to contrrbute to the tenms court Pro
grams were made and sold at basketball Games An amateur show was also cuven
The g1rls presented Mrs Flltcroft wlth a double boxler Revere Ware pan as a
weddmw gxft Eleanor Martm was also presented wtth a frymg pan and a saucepan as
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rected by Mrs Bauer
Thls ye ir they hid a larwer assortment of muslc whlch made
the class more lnterestxnv than prevlous years ind also wave them
M13 ln opportumty to smnw many d1fferent types of songs
Durmfl the school year the m1xed chorus ind vlrmous other
roun nerformed for ever ll act1v1t1es such is the Semor Pl1y
Jumor Pl1y md the furls leawue tilent show
A number of students attended the C1VlC lVlus1c Assoc1at1on
concert ln Eufvene A school bus was taken to most ofthe concerts
to upply tr nsport lt1on for those ittendlnw A few ofthe m11n 1t
1ct1ons were The Infantry Chorus the Ballet md the Portland
Symphony They were enjoyed by ll who attended and proved to
hc Nell worth the t1me nd money They wave each 1 Greater
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Sounds a little like murder is about to be committed doesn t Lt? Well it s
really only part of the Senior play Hillbilly Weddin which was given
November Z1 1952 at E H S by the Semor Class and under the dlrection of
Paw Belsnickle John Beckley is a man with a problem Rather SIX
problems in the form of six unmarried daughters Juney Low Julle O Brien
is a pretty girl who wants to marry Homer Upschlager Since he wants to
marry her at first ghmpse the solution may seem simple But no' Maw
Belsnickle Eleanor Martin has decided Juney Low cannot be married until
Ceelie Sandy Baker a ripe old nineteen and Bonnie Mae Grace Scribner
the bookworm are safely married off She elects Paw to get husbands for
them Paw takes his shotgun off the wall with a very simple method of pro
curing the necessary husbands in mind He decides to wing them pick out
the buckshot and have them married to his daughters before they know what
has happened Bonnie Mae however declares that method is out of style and
balks at the entire tdea of getting married Ceelie IS far more interested tn
her pet rattlesnakes than a husband but she is perfectly willing to get married
She is in fact willmg to do anything but take a bath In the midst of Paw s
husband chasing Ronald Maxwell Ron Henderer a medical student and his
They are touring through the hills and their car has broken down Temporarily
they seek shelter at the cabm Both Ceelie and Bonnie Mae are attracted to the
handsome stranger Bonnie Mae keeps her adoration secret Ceelie however
demands that Paw capture Ronald Maxwell for her She utterly refuses to marry
anyone else That presents a major problem since Ceelie is the dirtiest home
liest hlllbilly girl in the valley Paw gets his trusty gun but unfortunately
misses Ronald Two neighbors Barry Bloom and Larry Emel who are Homer
Upschlager s brothers Chiz and Obeey decides that the handsome stranger
loose among the valley s most attractive girls is a menace they must do away
with They deside to fake a feud to scare him away Maw won t allow Paw to
take another shot at Ronald so he also decides to fake a feud and shoot a husband
for Ceelie Both sides determine to use poor Ceelle as bait The feud becomes
bigger than they expected and the younger daughters Four Five and Six fMary
Alice Bunch Betty Gossel and Mamana Jones find it exciting and fun The
Belsmckles cousins Josephine Mulkey David scott and Pete Inman came to
pay a visit and Obeey Upschlager is caught ln the Belsnickle cabin whereupon
Juney Lou and Ceelie disguise him as a girl Cousin Zeke Pete Inman falls in
love with the so called girl which complicated things further for while Obeey
has on Ceelies' dirty dress he begins scratching frantically which caused his
pant legs to fall down The rattlesnakes escape in the cabin and Juney Lou
bitten or pretends to be and Paw finally forces Ronald to the alter wtth Ceelie
Just as the Reverend Ken Aoee is about to pronounce them man and wife Bonnie
Mae and Obeey rescue Ronald Obeey lays down the law to Ceehe and they decide
to get married Mrs Maxwell offers to finance a nursing education for Bonnie
Mae and it all ends well with Maw sobbinu loudly as Ceelie and Obeey stand
before the Reverend
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Glen Harbaugh Dorothy Brownson fMargaret Ottol
lLarry Hescockl Irene Duncan Jerry Romesmo Norene Compton Lorna Madxsonj
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Joan Parker Betty Phnlllps
Betty Hendrxckson lBBf-h Weatherly,
Mr bweet Paul Scalllon
Dmfcfof fsound Effects,
FF THE TRACK
Thls was a play w1th a dlfferent tw1st It was lamd ln the waltmg room of a small
waysmde raxlroad statton on a dark and stormy mght The set was easy to arrange and
was more mnterestmg than the usual hvxng room scene
What a strange and conglomerate mlxture of people were thrown together when a
fast tram was deramled and the passengers came xnsmde to waxt for a rehef tram Among
them were three peppy and attractmve college glrls on thelr way back to school lBetty
Hendrlckson Margaret Otto and Dorothy Brownson a young man who was a student of
the law school Glen Harbaugh a fat mmddle aged good natured Itahan woman and her
ch1ldren Lorna Madlson and Norene Compton the wealthy and haughty Mrs Regmald
Vanderbenter who looks down her nose at the other travelers Cormne Andrews then
there was a nosy old maxd Mmss Pldgme McDougal who spent her tmme flndlnp out other
people s busmess or trymg to Beth Weatherly also a peculxar lookmg deaf man who
had a mysterxous old smtcase whmch he never let out of h1s hands, thus whettmg M155
P1dg1e's mgrown curloslty, QDouglas Dementj There was an engaged couple the g1rl
bemg fhghty and dommeermg flrene Duncan, and the young man henpecked, but managmg
to escape her clutches now and then, Uerry Romesmol The best comedy part was that
of Sxlas Dobbms, who works around the statlon, sweepmng and puttmg coal mio the old
stove, ll-'rank Gmllj He kept the others laughlng wmth h1s nat1ve w1t Also, there was
the stat1on master, Mr John Morgan, fLarry Hescockj
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The crowd was thrown into twandemonxtim when Mrs. Yanderventer dileovered that
her Elf WW etring of pearls were niilsini. Someone in the waiting room had them, but
wh W Miss Phqie, with her natural tendency for sleuthing, lOOl'iSdfOI'fl1QITi2iITCl finally
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ezvt-etzve aw yer. wax convinced that ehe was innocent. He announced that he wr K ,goin-3
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The Juniors presented their class play, 'Off The Track, .ituril3rd:1th1'lP.lXl.
in the high school gymnasiurn. The play was quite succeesful, wLth w -iroee fate of 4110 OO
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The lettermrls held 1 meetmc on October 28 1952 They elected thelr offmcers whleh
lrc as follovs Presxdent Betty Gossel V1ce Prestdent Norene Compton Secretary and
Trt tsurer Julme O Brmen They demded not to have mmttatxon llke they have hid n the past
In te d of h wmv them dress up they wore colors of crepe p lper mn thexr hamr that
cl shed Durtnfr ssembly Frtday October 31st they had to say sornethmt about the ball
mr rh1tElkton was to 115 hit d y uv un t Glmd From the Juntor Class the one
nm Q Dorothy Brown on Lorn M ldlson 'ind Cormne Andrew From the Sopho
ore Cl JL n N114 e Pew Pnce and Ann Beckley
f lstterf mr welcome thern mto thelr Group There are row nxteen members
UWC- PPO!! Jun'
THIRD ROW Kenneth Agee Glen Harbaugh Bobby Haxnes Larry Hescock
SECOND ROW Mr Grlmsrud adv1sor Ronme Henderer Larry Emel John Beckley Pete Inman
1: IRST ROW Paul Scalhon Doug Dement Bobby Wlllxarns Frank G111 Barry Bloom
The Lettermen Club ms unoffxmally organxzed and therefore has no off1cers
ELKS CAPTURE DOUGLAS COUNTY FOOTBALV TITLE
For the f1rstt1me tn Elkton football hlstory Coach Grlmsrud s Elkton Elks
c aptured the f1rst place t1tle 1n Douglas County B League 6 rr an football
The Elks went through the season wlthout a smgle defeat untll they met wlth
the Coburg Broncs for the d1str1ct tttle to determme the one to play ln the state
flnals In thms g 1me the Elks were wxthout doubt the largest team ln helght and
wel ht But the swmftness of the last year state ch lmps surprlsed the Elks wlth
1 38 13 vlctory Although the Elks played a good game It was not the best they
For the f1rst place t1tle of Douglas County the Elks were to meet the
Yoncalla Earvles on the Elks home fleld Th1s was supposed to be the Flks
toufvhest league game but surprlsed the Eagles w1th a 4? O wln
E1ghteen players turned out for the 52 season w1th thlrteen of them earnlng
letters Last year's returmng lettermen John Beckley Ron Henderer Dave
Scott and Larry Emel all Semors Frank Gtll and Paul Scalhon .Tumors New
comers were Larry Hescock Junlor and Pete Inman Semor Wmth the efforts
of all these the mwhty passmg arm of Pete Inman and the coachmg of Carl
Grlmsrud the Elks led a very successful season Also there was the help of
last year lettermen Doug Dement .Tumor Glen Harbaugh Junlor and Ken Agee
Semor and Freshmen Wayne Dement and Ronald Moore all of whom earned
letters th1s year The squad was backed wlth a lot of Freshman subs who wlll
be of a lot of help next year Jack Wh1tf1eld Larry Blshop Rlch McDonald
Gerald Hamnes Dean Glll and Sophomore Bob Ha1nes
Backed by the cheerleaders students spectators and managlng of Jewel
Jones the team led the most successful season so far Dave Scott led htgh scor
mv honors w1th 96 pomts followed by Frank G1llw1th 66
The Elks scored 31 polnts to thelr opponents 108 The team s average for
the year was 45 4 polnts per game to the opponents 15 4 Scores and teams are
Days C reek
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THIRD ROW Boyd Garrlson Gerald Hames Glen Harbaugh Frank G111 Larry Hescock
SECOND ROW Mr Grlmsrud Coach Pete Inman John Beckley Paul Scalhon David Scott
Larry Emel Jewel Jones Manager
FIRST ROW Ronald Moore Rlchard McDonald Wayne DeMent Ken Agee Larry Bishop Doug
Dement Ronnle Hende rer
Larry He scock
BACK Davxd Scott and Pete Inman
ONT John Beckley Ken -Xgee wxth ball Ronnxe Henderer back of hmm Larry Emel
T11e Elkton Elko stirted the 195 53 eewon 111111 '1 x1c1ory over Lorme
on December 9 1957 hy the score of 57 411 T 19 E111 c1r11e111ro11 11 the
son w1th 1 record of 15 XVIIIS 1nd 1 1oQs 'md 1 record ot 1'xX1I'1 1o9s
The E111s set '1 record of 1101 pomts a111n 1 S43 forthe opponent T 1L
percent1 e for Elkton was 55, IIWHL 1xer10e IL oppontnt 1 d 1 4
p1n1e 1ver111c xton scored 391 f1e1d o 11 1nd 313 tree throw: Thru. 111111
red 1nd three fouls were c i11LC1 onthe E11 D 111 1en1 1 15 1 1
5 1me The free throws 1V1VCthL tk 1171 1 good e won 1w.r OI 1
throw A11 othnr opponentw scoud 95 f1e1d o 11 me 1roxxs
fouls were c 111cd on the rn
H1111 seormg honor: went to John Bec11Ly xuth 9cor1n 7 5 1101111 11
Ron 11d Hcnderer w1t11 196 13011115
Bad Boy t1t1e went to D 1V1d Scott NV1111 49 fo111 Glen P11I'1.J 111 11 too1
thc t1t1e of Good Boy W1111 13 fOL11q
The E11cw h 1d 1vcry Succe Sf111 xe 1 on They too1 th1rd p11Le 111 County
Everyone of the student 1nd f11'1w xre re 111y proud of o11r E11
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. 1 1 5 Q 1 .1 K '1 E1 1 5, .141 1' 11 11 fi, .1nd 5115
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gave him Z1 15. GWB gz11'r1e average. Next CIIIIIC D:1v1d Scott with 199 points and
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SECOND ROW Coach Grxmsrud R ze Henderer Petel J h B
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FIRST ROW L rry Hescock Gle I-I b gh Frank G o y B oo
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THIRD ROW Doug Dement Larry Emel Larry Hescock
SECOND ROW Coach Grxmsrud John Beckley Frank Gmll Ronnle Henderer Jewel Jones
FIRST ROW Pete Inman Davmd Scott Barry Bloom
Due to the cxrcumstances that th1s story has to be put m the annual before thls year s
baseball season the games of last year wlll be put IH mstead
There are ten returrung lettermen Frank Glll pxtcher of last year wmll help
strengthen the squad Expenenced mflelders 1nclude Pete Inman John Beckley and Dav1d
Scott Expemenced outf1elders are Ronme Henderer Barry Bloom Larry Hes-cock Doug
Dement and Bobby Hames We are also countlng on qulte a b1t of help from the Freshmen
Dav1d Scott came out hlghest ln battmg average last year wxth a percentage of 444
Scores of last year s games are as follows
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