Eugene High School - Eugenean Yearbook (Eugene, OR)
- Class of 1934
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Boord of Education
EDWARD F. BAILEY, Chairman
MRS. WARREN D. SMITH ARTHUR A. ROGERS
EARL M. DREW VICTOR P. MORRIS
MRS. E. A. LUNDY, Clerk:
A GARDEN OF MEMORIES
preserving for you eventful
days with happenings and
thrills fha! will never
THE SENIOR CLASS
Eugene High School
In our garden of memories
From which we breathed deeply of life's fragrance
Sometime - somewhere - We sought to find
The perfect Hower hidden there,
Hopes, ambitions, dreams,
The path to life in later years.
And so, as onward through life we go,
Seeking forever that perfect flower,
We have the promise of richer, fuller dreams
In our garden of memories.
- Jean Elida Curtis.
HOWARD R. GOOLD
Superlntende1zt of Schools
HARRY B. JOHNSON
MRS. MAXINE LAMB CONSTANCE
Dean of Girls
W. Kidwell J. Gibson C. Blais M. Fletcher F. Kramer
H. Allison L. Jackson G. Deierlvin M. Kinsey D. Moore
D. Elkins F. Baker E. Chase R. Schaefer B, Kems
F. Fassett 0. Mcllvrrnott B, Morris L. Gorrell R. Hvndricks
C. Diebel M. Warren H. Fishwoorl R. Norris V. Clark 0. Mickelson
F. Gilbert E. Chick M. Reid Collins C. Woods E. Christie M. Johnson
ALLISON, HAROLD W ..... Economics, Civics,
BAKER, FRANCES E ...,. Physical Education
Adviser to Girls' Letter Club, Athletic
Department of Girls' League.
BLAIS, CLARA M ...,,,,r ,,,,,,,,,,,,r, r,,,, .... I ' p 'enph
Adviser to Honor Society, Le Cercle
CHASE, EMMA .............., . .....,.. Illathematics
Adviser to News and Eugenean, Girl
CHICK, MRS. ELEANOR C ............... English
Adviser to Senior Class.
CHRISTIE, MRS. ETHEL CHASE ,...., English
Dramatic Coach, Adviser to Mask and
CLARK, VIRGINIA ,.....,....,.. .Office Secretary
COLLINS, MRS. MINNIEEL REID
Adviser to Honor Society, Girl Re-
CONSTANCE, MRS. MAXINE LAIvIB..Spanish
Dean of Girls, Adviser to Girls'
League, Honor Society.
COULTER, C .A .,,,,..., Trades and Industries
DEIERLE'IN,GERTRUDE ..,,. ..,,,......... Typing,
Adviser to Clerical Department of
DIEBEL, CLARENCE E...Physics, Chemistry
ELKINS, DAROLD D ..,,,.. Civics, Economics
Adviser to Sophomore Class, Chess
FASSETT, FRANK N ..,....l.,..,,, Bookkeeping
FISI-IWOOD, HAZEL ..,.......... ......... A rt
FLETCHER, MRS. MARIE P.
Honorary Adviser to Girl Reserves.
GIBSON, JULIETTE. CLAIRE ,,,,..........,, English
Adviser to E. H. S. News.
GILBERT, FRANC P .....,........... .--- ...... S c ience
Adviser to Girl Reserves, Sophomore
GORRELL, MRS. LULU CRAIG ........ .... Latin
Adviser to Inter Nos, Girl Reserves.
HENDRICKS, RUSSELL G .----.............. History
Adviser to Honor Society.
JACKSON, HELEN LYNN ...,..,,,.. ..... C Iothing
Adviser to Junior Class.
JOHNSON, HARRY B ..,,,.............. .Principal
Adviser to Honor Society
JOHNSON, MARTIN ,........... Industrial Arts
Adviser to Outdoor Club, Rifle Club,
Junior Class, Craftsmen's Club.
KERNS, BERT C .......,......................... Science
Assistant Football Coach, Adviser to
Packrats, Chess Club.
KIDWELL, WILLIAM M .,,,......... Commercial
Arithmetic, Commercial Law
Adviser to Packrats, Stamp Club.
KINSEY, lVlAE D .,,.,...,....,,.....,...,.,.,,, English
Adviser to Honor Society, Girl Re-
KRAMER, FRED M ..,,..... Physical E'd1Icc1t'ion
Adviser to E Club.
MICKELSON, ODINE N .,.,,.. Inclzlslrial Arts
Adviser to Senior Class, Craftsmen's
Club, Archery Club.
MOORE, DELBERT W .....,.., Orchestra, Band
MORRIS, BFIATRICE ,.,,.... Typing, Shorthand
MCDERMOTT, OLA M ..,,,,....... Mathematics
NORRIS, RITA ,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,, H ome Economics
SCHAEFER, RUTH E ..,,..................... History
Adviser to Girl Reserves.
WARREN, MRS. MILDRED P ............. English
Adviser to Auxiliary Department of
Girls' League, Girl Reserves.
Wooos, CAROLYN LOUISE .... Music, English
Adviser to Finance Department of
Girls' League, Girls' Archery Club,
R. Rickabaugh P. Adams lb. Ncar F, Parker l'. Plank
V, Jepsen R. Coulter .I, R. Atwater D, Draper E, Humphreys
J. Luvaas l-I. Wood R. Moser A. Rogers R. Ruff
A. Gillespie M. Frye M. Spicer G. Flint V. Little R. Drew
The Student Council
ROBERT RICKABAUGH ....,,.,............ Presikient
DWIGHT NEAR ............. ...... V ice-President
PHYLLIS ADAMS .,,..... ............ S ecretary
FLORENCE PARKER ....... ............ T reasurer
PAUL PLANK ...............................,.... Auditor
MARGARET SPICER, ............. Editor of News
JESSIE RAE ATWATER
....................Pres1kient of Girls' League
......,.Advertising Manager of Athletics
GEORGE FLINT ............,.,. Manager of News
VIRGINIA J EPSEN .... Senihr Representative
DICK RUFF ..............
EVELYN WOOD ........ ...Junior Representative
ALYCE ROGERS .......
DARREL DRAPER .....
JOHN LUVAAS ....... ..
MAX FRYE ........ Sophomore Representative
"Na great thing is created sudden-
ly, any mare than a bunch of grapes
ar a fig. lf you tell me that you de-
sire a fig l answer that it requires
time-let it first flower, then bear
fruit, then ripen." Epictetus.
Time will develop us from the
Whether it b
smallest of beginnings
e a glorious culmination
hopes of our gardeners.
or a sad failure depends upon us.
We have been given healthful sur-
roundings, faithful cultivation, and
watchful love. Our measure of suc-
cess nr failure in school and in life
will be clue, in a large port, to our
cooperation and initiative.
R. MACK P. ATWATER H. JoHNs'roN
President - - - - - ROBERT lllACK
Vice-President - - - PHYLL1s ATWATER
Sc'crefm'y-TrffusizrP1 - HELEN JOHNSTON
Adm-SWS - I Miss FRANC P. GILBERT
MR. DAROLD ELKINS
On September 11, a large collection of over 260 seedlings was
successfully transplanted from the nurturing hot beds of the pre-
paragry schools to the fertile soil of Eugene High. Already the
efforts of the gardeners are being realized.
The sophomore stunt in the Hi-Jinks, "The Brown Derby,"
was a great success, and some of us were so talented as to rate
places in the senior act. The sophomore dance, 'The Happy Heart
Hop," held on St. Valentine's day was the best in years. A dancing
chorus was recently organized and progressed rapidly under the
leadership of Betty McDonell. Some of the leading roles in the
operetta, "The Pirates of Penzance," were taken by sophomores
All in all the year has proved most interesting and enjoyable,
and we eagerly anticipate the days when We shall be addressed as
First Row-Hanks, Gillespie, Flint, Williams. Bailey, Greenwalt, Thorn, Henilershott, Atkinson,
Meyers, Sawyer, Wright, Coe, Olson, McDonell, Abbott.
Serond Row-Bahling, Rickard, Cook, Tupper, Reetz, Johnston, Atwater, Marple, Koppe, Carroll,
Foster, Gieseke, Lusby, Brown, Morris, Graham, Hanson, Hanson. Ward,
'Third Row-Blood, Troxel, Stratton, Kirehaffnr, Fegles, McCready, lfickert, McCracken, Goodlow,
Barton, Andrews, Frye, Hogue.
Fourth Row-Wallace, Hill, Starmer, Gray, Lundstroni, Vedder, Lindgren, Warren, Davis,
Muhr, Thompson, Johnson, Henigan, King, llioks, lbunlxerg. lflnmlieotf., Willey, Williamson, Nelson.
Fifth Row-Kibbe, Oldham, Brown, Bevere, Christensen, Wright, Stewart, Baker, Curtis.
Sixth Row-Godlove, Little, Mull, F. Cox, Lewellen, Tenipke, Brooks, M, Little, Hope,
N, Engle, Ferguson, Linn, Hughes, R. Hobbs, R. Zimmerman, Parker, Hatfield,
Ham, H. Jeffryes, Wheeler, Fegles, Martin, Setterburg, Latham, Schmidt,
H Frymine, Simmons, Akin, Mansell.
Seventh Row-Logsdon, Morfitt, Matyehuek, Madgin, Kratz, Robertson, Keen, Morris, Peugh,
De Freece, Smith, Simmons, Chesebro, Holman, Koepp, Henderson, Orr,
Bailey, Beulah '
De Freece, June
Henigan, La Vera
First lion'-XIc'l':ulul4-n. Snlzlrli. l'ou'zln, llplaunl. llilggiiis, liulsluim-ip Morse, 'I'L-rigs, l'lu'istoffvl'son.
lam-ll. Xewllnun, lurn4-lg Ailuns, l'oi'nni. i'uug'iIl, 'I'lnn'n
Sm-'voinl limi'-Srzlffuiwl. ll:-alll. llowr, Coulter, Sanyo-i', lhinlxin, .Mlm-5, Nwlvrlili, l'Iwi'ii1g'lialii,
W:irl'r'n, llull. l'l:il'lc, liuuflnzln. liimlmll, Allen, Gilliam. l-'vwln-1'iur llnnc-nun.
'l'llil'1l RuXX7Sl1lt41li. llzlllsml, llnver, .lulilisuin Nm-Eli, Sllislvr. liwwl, llulitur, Hr-wx.ll'1l.
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ronv. Smuw- . -1' . 'nu
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Iivnl, liwivln-l, llelnlslnnll--r, lborzin. Smith. lhnlon, l"allxiw1'. Ru ll. llnllm'
V l"rm-mln-l'iLlis. Ulllliul lilnmlli, hollwl'g'.
l-'lfthl ltou'-lluinsuni, N4-liusln-r, llzumlr, l'i4-nw-, lirutzlvr. Imwsmi. iklliinirlmel, Fl--t:'ln'r. Mm
l'l11llln-, Vox, liingslei, Hinilli, Vlmsn-. S1-limillt. liislmp, Iioppv, l-Hmler, Loomis, Sn-urs,
Nlxllivlhru'-lilliinx, Voigt. llzwnmil, l'vl'ili, lilliglll. Nm-:lvl-y, Sulliilm, lllmml, Saville.
llwl-on in' l Hu" lufh ll-nllmt l'vrin llvl-inl lilnw X14-V1 l-"fn Xlln-n
Duncan, Bob Lee
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Perin, John Harold
Perin, John Henry
Van Vliet, Cleo
H. RUBENSTEIN G. MASTERTON R. MARSHALL
The Junior Closs
President - - - HARRY RUBENSTEIN
Vice-President - - - - GEORGE MASTERTON
Secretary-Trea-surer - - ROBERTA MARSHALL
- Miss LYNN JACKSON
Class Advisers - -
MR. MARTIN JOHNSON
In our garden of memories, let us not forget those tiny cuttings
which grew rapidly during the sophomore year, carefully nurtured
by the faculty. The successful act in the Hi-Jinks and the Spider
Sprawl were just beginning steps toward the goal we hope to attain.
Drama, debate, athletics-these are a few of the activities in
which our young aspirants showed themselves capable. We rejoice
with those of our members who attained coveted places in the
Honor Society. The delightful Junior-Senior Prom and the annual
class play, "Mama's Baby Boy," were among the outstanding suc-
cesses of the junior class. The cast of the players included:
Beverly Vaughn, Billy Peltier, Adrian Martin, Dorothy Griswold, Lorraine
Hunt, Floyd McKay, Jean Hewitt, Evelyn Wood, Marian Thayer, George
Flint, Helen Boykin.
Irma Helikson, Wilfred Roadman, Charles Devereaux, Alyce Rogers,
Ramona Rhonalt, George Skipworth, Marie Anderson, Louise Pursley, Mar-
garet Jordan, Harry Rubenstein, Mollie Bob Small.
In the years to come we will look back to these happy days and
know that, however small, our efforts have in no way been in vain.
sftimi-'1'iwiiipam, ximmli-iris. wilful-ii, Inman. si.-i...i.-ix, sunfm-ii. 1-I-low., mm.-. Wl1ifH2i',
umm, iciimnii. limi. new-.-,. mmf, U
First Row-llirretl, lluril. Coxizmziy, Ill-nliigmi, llullllzlu-il. Ilorum, l'm'mllt. Bissell, H. llowl.
lutl1l,vn Rolnnvtt. lforstriun, .Xwl4-rson. Youiler.
Sn-connl Row-lliowii, lluumiitt, Alles. flriswolil, liolileiv. llvliltson. Vluslizu. Williams, linrtln-tl,
Buyltin, l4ux'ing', Alln-il, tiorilon, l'lu,i'tis, Smith, I'urslei
'l'lii1'uI lhrw7ilol1:uis4-ii, lluff. I,umlslrum, Wulltvr. liinm-y, 'I'n4'lxel'. Chase. Ziiximall. Willll,
builds. -I, llorllls, Clow, l'own'i's, Xlzlsmviil, N-ilsou. Riggs, M. Shi-ilil,
I-'ourlll Ihm-Xlzxl'sliuII. Colmiwi, 'l'Imiimsn-vi, Iirirlason, Vzlrmirliuvl, .Imnv-, l'oII4-tt. Wa-lvli. I.m'ul.
Wzn'livi', 'l'zunio-sii-. lIvnvlri:'Itson, Hpviuw-i', 'I'upper, Alnult. Wrap.
lfiflli Ron-Miss Lynn .Inc-kson, l-llnm Rolrinetl, Lee. Xlm'g'mi, Small, IC. Wlmil, .lolmsulu l.uusun
Shin-Iils, Yun llsilol. Xlmilnnmlil, llilu-s, Yiiuig, I'Ium
unpson, 'l'lui54-r, Wlu-1-Ii-13 .lar-ltson, Woiwlein. Marx. Bloom-,
Bn-ll:-lsvli. Szuviuvl, Ilmmrcl.
Getty, Mary Jane
Small Mollie Bob
Van Osdol, Esther
Walker, La Doris
Wells, Dorothy Jeanne
First Row-Abbott, Luvaas, Staton, Draper, Simpson, King, Beamer, Good, Mullen Swarthout,
Carruthers, Watkins, Waldorf, Claskzi, Callantine, Rubenstein, Briggs, McKay, Hand,
Second Row-Paul Anderson, Hurd, Link, Van Fossen, McNctt, Sickafoose, Yokuni, Lamb, Torry,
Celorie, Cook, Banta, Ronald Walls, Shuey, Townsmid.
Third Row-Owen Miller, Speer, Skipworth, Roadman, Pitney, Carter, Chambers, Good, Peterson,
Pruitt, Head, Hollingsworth, Gibson, Morris, Snyder, Leaders.
Fourth Row-Martin Johnson, Taylor, Balle, Trapp, McCornack, Malkasian, Rutherford. F. Anderson,
Marple, Peltier, Baker, Carlton, Gray, Edgar Gray, Doe Taylor, Devereaux, Warner,
Myrmo, Wayne, Walls, Little.
Last Row-Mastorton, llyer, Keefe, Hanson, Colby, Guthrie, Bauer, 'I'ullar, Warren,
Hs-rningsen, Harwood, Brent, Hill, Ziminernian, Dickey, Lyle, Gordon Hoare, Gilfrey,
J2ll'kS0l1, Fred:-ricksori Porter, Bishop, Brown, Brownfield, Doc X4-ar, Wright, Flint, Fox,
Jack Ruth, Lindsay, Dennison
J UNIOR BOYS
Good, Don E.
Good, Don W.
Van Fossen, David
The past is our garden of memories
from which we have breathed deeply of
life s fragrance
Onward through the years we ga
With heads held high and laughing lips
Daring to face our coming fates,
Daring to face each new heartbreak
With the challenge brave of youth to life-
"l will not be afraid!"
O. WILLIAMS V. NELSON J. CURTIS M. VAN LYDEGRAF
President - - OSCAR WILLIAMS Trcusuier - MERL VAN LYDEGRAF
Vice-President - VIOLET NELSON Mas. ELEANOR C. CHICK
Secretary- - - JEAN CURTIS Admsws ' MR. ODINI: MIcKIaLsoN
How short, almost incredibly short, do the past three years
appear as we look at them now in retrospect. It seems only a matter
of months since we entered Eugene High as small but hopeful
Since then we have worked and striven to do our best. Many
of our members were recognized for their all-around ability and
elected to the highest honor in school, the National Honor Society,
some in their junior and some in their senior year.
Many of our members were elected to the Mask and Dagger for
showing dramatic ability. A large number of us took part in the
plays, "Laugh Clown Laugh" and "The Heathers at Home," as well
as in several Hi-Jinks acts.
Not all of our school career has been work, however. We gave
four popular dances and enjoyed them to the utmost. We were
represented in many activities, such as debate, where we produced
teams which won the school championships all three years, the
musical organizations, all forms of athletics, and many others as
And though our active associations with the school are soon to
be severed, we shall never forget the happy days spent here, and we
shall keep an interest in her welfare in all the years to come.
Like shy, little Violets were we
When as Soph'mores we first blossomed outg
But the teachers were gardeners, you see,
And they have done wonders sans doubt.
More poised and more graceful we grew:
Sterling qualities we do possess.
With definite purpose in view,
We've climbed toward our goal with success.
As Seniors we're Roses-full-blown,
And for the King's gardens we're fltg
Much honor to us has been shown-
And we merit it all-every bit.
E. Bak er
ADAMS, PHYLLIS H.-Student Body Sec-
retary 35 Honor Society 35 Inter Nos
35 Le Cercle Francais 15 Band 1-2-35
AKERS, LEOTA - Entered from Grant
High, Portland, 19335 College Prep.
ANDERSON, DAN Louis-"The Heathers
ATWATER, JESSIE RAE-Girls' League
President 35 Honor Society 2-35 Stu-
dent Council 35 Eugenean Staff 25
News Stai 35 Inter Nos 1-2-35 Arch-
ery Club 35 "The Heathers at Home."
BACKE, JUNE ELIZABETH-Entered from
Salem High School, 19335 Hi-Jinks 35
Glee Club 35 "Pirates of Penzance."
BAHLING, R. V.-Entered from Santa
BAKER, EILEEN H.-Mask and Dagger 35
Eugenean Staff 35 Le Cercle Francais
35 Archery Club 35 "The Heathers at
BALEOUR, CLARENCE LEVI-Entered from
Los Angeles, California5 Hi-Jinks 2-3.
BAXTER, EDGAR OLIVER-Football 35 Bas-
BEARDSLEY, JOHN WILLIAM-'GICQ Club5
BILLING, ESTHER H.-Entered from Cor-
vallis High, 19325 Home Making
BJERKE, EVELYN-Letter Club 35 Arch-
ery Club 3.
BLAIS, EVERETT SHERMAN-HOHOY So-
ciety President 35 Debate 2-3.
BLOOD, LETA MARIE-Girls' League.
BROWN, BARTRA MAY-HOUOY Society 35
Eugenean Staf 35 Nestorians 35 Mask
and Dagger 35 News Staff 35 Inter
Nos President 25 Hi-Jinks 2-3.
BROWN, RANDALL EMoRY-Honor Society
2-35 Eugenean Staff 35 Band 3.
BRUNTON, BONNIE JEAN-Entered from
Klamath Union High, 1934.
BUCK, CECIL S.-Honor Society 35 Col-
lege Prep. Course.
BURNESON, EVELYNN LoUIsE-Mask and
Dagger 35 Glee Club 2-35 Tri-Y 35
t'Pinafore"5 "Pirates of Penzance."
BUSSELL, ELWOOD-Glee Club 25 "Pina-
fore"5 College Prep. Course.
BYERLY, GoRDoN-Pack Rats 2-35 Gen-
BYERS, IRWIN L.-Honor Society 35 Lib-
rary Staff 35 Technical Course.
BYRD, BELVA LUGILE-Girls' League5 Col-
lege Prep. Course.
CAMP, DOROTHY-Girls' League5 General
CAMPBELL, BEATRICE M.- Girls' League
Council 15 Annual Staff 35 News Staff
35 Hi-Jinks 3.
CAMPBELL, WALDO Joi-IN-Hi-Y 1-25 E
Club 1-2-35 Football 1-2-35 Track 1-2-
35 Baseball 25 Hi-Jinks 2.
CI-IESEBRO, AERIAL-Tri-Y 2-35 General
CHESEBRO, FARNUM LE VoN-Baseball 35
CLARK, FOREST E.-Archery Club5 Band
35 Football 35 Track 3.
CLEAVES, JACK-Entered from San Jose
High, 19325 General Course. 3
COLE, KENNETH WILLARD-Entered from
Woodrow Wilson5 C o ll e g e Prep.
COLEMAN, ANNA RUTH-Girls' League5
College Prep. Course.
COLEMAN, CORNELIA-NEWS Staff 35 Gen-
COUGILL, VERNON EUGENE - Entered
from Conrad, Montana, 19335 Eugen-
ean Staff 35 News StaH 35 Debate 35
Nestorians 35 Outdoor Club 35 Hi-Jinx
COUSINS, FLORENCE GERALDINE-Girls'
League5 College Prep. Course.
COX, MARIAN- Entered from Coburg
High, 19335 News Staff 35 "The Heath-
ers at Home."
CRAIG, DORIS JUANITA-Entered from
Flagstaff, Arizona, 19335 Commercial
CURTIS, JEAN ELIDA-Senior Class Sec-
retaryg Student Council 25 Glee Club
1-2-35 Mask and Dagger5 May Day
Princess 35 Operetta 1-2-35 "The
Heathers at Home"5 Hi-Jinks 1-2-3.
DAVIS, AUSTIN FRANK-Outdoor Club 35
Track 25 Hi-Jinks 15 "Laugh Clown
DoDDs, FRANCES CoRDELIA-Girls' League
Treasurer 35 Student Council 15 Honor
Society 2-35 Inter Nos 1-25 Le Cercle
Francais 1-25 Glee Club 1-25 Faculty
Teas 25 Archery Club 35 "Pinafore."
DORAN, MILDRED L.-Mask and Dagger
2-35 Thespians 2-35 Inter Nos 15
Archery Club 35 "Laugh Clown
Laugh"5 Hi-Jinks 3.
DRENKHAHN, EDYTHE EsTELLA-Nestor-
ians 35 Letter Club 35 Tri-Y 2-3.
DREW, RONALD E.-Student Council 35
Band 1-2-35 Orchestra 1-2-3.
DUNN, MARGARET A.-Honor Society 35
Letter Club 2-35 Volley Ball 2-35 Office
ELLIOTT, JACK EUGENE-Entered from
Vlfoodrow Wilson5 C o l l e g e Prep.
ELLIOTT, RUTH ANN-Le Cercle Fran-
cais 35 Home Making Course.
. Pulls ll. Hnskill
.Gilslrzm M. fiivnpl
. Hzxrgrvavos 0. llz1l'g:x'ruws
W. Hayes IJ H1-lgerson
Humphrvys J. llur4l
Jacobson V. Jvpsen
, Knight ll. Kun-pp
J, Geiger Ii, lhllvhell
X. Guerlrer J. llulvvrson
. Harmon X. llzlrris
. Hendrickson I., Hughes
. Hyland V. Inman
, Kaufman I, Kimluall
V. Krutzlc-1' R. Larsen
FALKNER, VERNE V1NcEN'r - Entered
from Woodrow Wilson5 G e n e r al
FEREBEE, RUPERT E.-Track 25 Industrial
FIELD, MARY ELIZABETH-Honor Society
35 Mask and Dagger 2-35 Tri-Y Treas-
urer 2, President 35 Inter Nos 25 "Pi-
rates of Penzance"5 Letter Club 3.
FORCE, DARWIN DECRER-Hi-Jinks 25 In-
dustrial Arts Course.
FURNCROOK, ROBERT-E Club5 Football
35 General Course.
FOSTER, RUTH lVlARGUERI'i'E-TTI-Y 35
Letter Club 35 Commercial Course.
FULLER, CHARLES FRED-News Staff 35
Mask and Dagger 2-35 "Laugh Clown
Laugh"5 Hi-Jinks 3.
FULTS, HAROLD-Entered from Salem
High, 19335 College Prep. Course.
GASKILL, HERBERT M.- Entered from
Woodrow Wilson5 College Prep. Course.
GEIGER, JUANITA JUNE-Eugenean Staff
35 Office Staff 35 Letter Club 3.
GETCHELL, FREDRICK GRANT- Entered
from Valley City, North Dakota5 Col-
lege Prep. Course.
GIESEKE, CATHERINE MARGARET-Tri-Y
35 Letter Club 2-35 Commercial Course.
GILFRY, WAYNE ORSYVELL--Band 1-2-35
Orchestra 1-2-35 Fine Arts Course.
GILLIAIVI, ANNABELLE DIANE-Entered
from Covina, California5 Commercial
GILSTRAP, BOB R.-Glee Club 25 Rific
Club 15 'tPinafore."
GIMPL, MARY CATHERINE-Entered from
St. Maryisg Commercial Course.
GOODWIN, ROBERT--Le Cercle Francais 25
GREER, DORIS ELEANORE-Glee Club 35
Football Princess 25 '4Pirates of Pen-
zance"5 Hi-Jinks 3.
GUERBER, NORMAN L. - Entered from
Franklin High, 19325 Nestorians 35
Inter Nos 3.
HALVERSON, JOHN BOOTH-Outdoor Club
Secretary-Treasurer 35 Swimming.
HAMMERICRSEN, IVIARK -Entered from
VVoodrow Wilson5 College Prep. Course.
HANSON, ROALD-Entered from Woodrow
Wilson5 College Prep. Course.
HANsoN, WILLIAM-Entered from Wood-
row Wilson5 General Course.
HAPNFR, EDNA WINAERED-Entered from
Springfield Highg Home Making
I-IARGREAvEs, ADELINE E. -Le Cercle
Francais 1-2-35 Letter Club 3.
HARGREAVES, ORVAL VV.-Entered from
VVoodrow Wilson5 General Course.
HARMON, ANNETTI-L K.-Mask and Dag-
ger 2-35 Le Cercle Francais 1-2-35
News Staff 35 Band 2-35 Orchestra 2-
35 'laugh Clown Laugh"5 Diana Clubg
HARRIS, NAOM1 Louisrz-Entered from
Roseburg High, 19335 Baseball 35
Basketball 35 Volley Ball 3.
HART, DOROTHY HOPE-Entered from
Springfield High, 19335 Basketball 35
Volley Ball 3.
HATCH. ELINOR LoU1sE4Girls' League5
"Sonia"5 General Course.
HARWOOD, GLENN G.-Entered from
VVoodrow Wilson5 General Course.
HAUGANN, HELEN RENA-Entered from
Springfield High5 Home Making
HAYES, WAYNE XvEBS'l'ERJP3Ck Ratsg
IIELGERsON, DOROTHY L.-Mask and Dag-
ger 35 News Staff 35 Band 2-35 Arch-
chery Club President 35 "The Heath-
ers at Home."
HENDR1CRsON, BERNICE C. - Girls'
League5College Prep. Course.
HOYT, HARVEYfEHt9TQd from Hood Riv-
er, 19345 General Course.
HUGHES, CLYDE-News Stal-F 35 College
LIITGHES, LELAND BLAIR-Entered from
'Woodrow Wilson5 General Course.
HUGHES, LILA LUciLE-Archery Club 35
HULSE, THELMA BEss1E-Letter Club 35
Library Staff 35 General Course.
HIIRIPHREYS, ELINOR ARLENE-Student
Council 35 Girls' League Council 25
Honor Society 35 Le Cercle Francais
1-2-35 Mask and Dagger 2-35 News
Staff 35 Archery Club 35 May Day
Princess 35 'tLaugh Clown Laugh"5
"The Heathers at Home."
HURD, JACK-Entered from Woodrow
Wilson5 College Prep. Course.
HYLAND, IWYRA MAXINE-Girls' League5
INMAN, VERREE W.-Entered from El-
mira Union High, 19335 Library Staff
IACKSON, LAVVRENCFI C.fTexnias Club
1-25 General Course.
JACKSON, NIARCEIL RosAL1E..- Girls'
League5 Commercial Course.
JACKSON, IVIARJORIE RUTH-Mask and
Dagger 35 Tri-Y5 Inter Nos 15 Hi-
Jinks 35 HThe Heathers at Home."
JACOBSON, IVA-Honor Society 2-35 Mask
and Dagger 1-2-35 Eugenean Staff 35
Girls' League Council 35 Nestorians
35 Debate 15 Archery Club 35 Mixed
Chorus 25 Glee Club 25 Faculty Teas
25 Hi-Jinks 25 "Pinafore."
. Luvuas L.
. Malxarry M.
H. Mull G.
. Nelson E.
0, Perkins G.
C. Purdue Il.
JEPSEN, VIRGINIA EvELYN+Honor Soci-
ety 35 Student Council 35 Eugenean
Staff 1-35 Inter Nos 1-2-35 Le Cercle
Francais 35 News StaH 35 Hi-Jinks
KAUFMAN, ALBERT L.-Track 1-2-35 Eu-
genean Staff 35 Library Staff 35 News
Staff 35 Pack Rats 3.
KEEFE, ROBERT JosEPH-Band 1-2-3,
President 35 Orchestra 1-2-35 Glee
C1ub5 Hi-Jinks 1-2-35 "Pirates of Pen-
KIMBALL, IVAN K.-Outdoor Club 2-35
Football 35 Basketball 35 Swimming.
KING, ALENE L.-Library Staff 35 Vol-
ley Ball 35 Baseball 3.
KIPHART, EULA V.-Inter Nos 1-535 Let-
ter Club 35 Tri-Y 3.
KNIGHT, BERNARD H.wlVIask and Dagger
1-2-3, President5 Glee Club 2-35 Boys'
Quartet 2-35 Pack Rats 35 Swimming5
Hi-Jinks 1-2-35 t'Pinafore."
KOEPP, RUTH LILLIAN-Girls' League5
KROLL, ALBERT WILLIAM-Entered from
Woodrow Wilson5 College Prep. Course.
KRUTZLER, ETHEI. VALERIA-L9 Cercle
Francais 1-2-35 College Prep. Course.
LANGSTON, LAWRENCE RUssELL-Mask
and Dagger 35 Footbf '-35 Hi-Jinks
35 "Kid Colby."
LARSEN, RUTH A.-Entered from Spring-
field High, 19325 Tri-Y 3.
LAY, LUCILE MARIE-Entered from Ccn-
tralia, Washington5 Fine Arts Course.
LICHTY, KENNETH STANLEY-E Club 1-
2-35 Band 1-2-35 Orchestra 1-2-35
LIGHTFOOT, MAvIs H.-Tri-Y 35 Hi-Jinks
35 Commercial Course.
LoRIcKE, JOSEPH CHRISTIAN-Entered
from Woodrow Wilson5 College Prep.
LOWERY, RIELBA LUCII.E-TT1-Y 35 Com-
LUvAAs, ALICE- OLINE-Honor Society 2-
3, Secretary 35 Editor of Eugenean 35
Class Secretary 25 Scholarship Cup 25
Stamp Club 3.
LUvAAs, Lois MARGARET-Honor Society
2-35 Le Cercle Francais 35 Scholarship
LYLE, HAZEL LILLIE-Entered from Bill-
ings, Montana, 19335 Tri-Y 3.
LYON, ORPHA-Tri-Y 35 Commercial
LYONS, ELLEN JANE-Entered from Uni-
versity High, 19335 College Prep.
LEE, KENNETH BCRToNYMask and Dag-
ger 1-2-35 Student Council 15 Class
Vice-President 25 Glee Club 2-35 Nes-
torians 35 Debate 35 E Club 35 Track
2-35 Hi-Jinks 2-35 "Pinafore"5 'Laugh
Clown Laugh"5 "The Heathers at
DICBEE, RICHARD H.-Honor Society 35
Eugenean Staff 35 Library StaH' 39
Pack Rats 2-35 Stamp Club 35 Hi-
Jinks 15 'tThc Heathers at Homef'
MCCREADY, FLORENCE X7IRGINIA7L6ttEI'
Club Vice-President 35 Le Cercle Fran-
llf1CDONELL, DAVID H.-Mask and Dagger
35 Inter Nos 35 Football 35 "Pirat6S
of Penzance"5 "The Heathers at
MCGREW, CLIFFORDYTQXIHEIS Club 1-2-35
College Prep. Course.
IVICHOES, TOM-Entered from Woodrow
Wilson5 College Prep. Course.
IVICINTYRE, CHARLES A.-Student Council
25 Outdoor Club 2-3, President 35
Rifie Club 15 Basketball 3.
MCKAY, KENNETH E.-Student Council
15 Class Treasurer 25 News Staff 35
MCKEE, CRYSTAL JUNE-Girls' Leagueg
MCKEE, RALPH FRANKLIN-Outdoor Club
1-2-35 Rifle Club 15 College Prep.
lVlACK, MARY ELIZABETH-Letter Club 35
Library Staff 3.
ll1AHARRY, VIRGII. E.-Pack Rats 2-35 Hi-
Jinks 25 General Course.
ATATLOCK, BERTHA MARILYNN-Entered
from Spokane, Washington, 19325 Col-
lege Prep. Course.
MATLOCK, ROBERT H.-Entered from El-
mira High, 19325 College Prep. Course.
lllERCER, HUGH-Hi-Y 15 E Club 1-2-35
Baseball 1-25 Football 1-2-35 Basket-
ball 1-2-35 Student Council 2.
lVlILLER, ALICE FLoRIs-Girls' Leagueg
College Prep. Course.
lllILLI-IR, FLORENCE B.-Mask and Dagger
35 News Staff 35 Letter Club 2-35
Archery Club 35 Baseball 1-2-35 Bas-
ketball 1-2-35 Volley Ball 1-2-35 Hi-
ll1IRAMONTES, SALVADOR-Entered from
Corona, Californiag Football 3.
MOORE, JUANITA M.-Girls' Leagueg Com-
Rice R. llifkulmligh
Saunders W. Smlxc-it
Shewlfl W, Shisler
Smith .I, Smith
Sumers A. Taylor
Vim Omlol V. Wallnc-0
Whifney B. YVilliams
W llvvlnlf un
MOSER, ROBERT WAYNE-Honor Society
Vice-President 35 News Staff 35 Eu-
genean Staff 35 Nestorians 35 Debate
35 E Club 35 Stamp Club 35 "The
Heathers at Home."
MULL, HARLEY H.-Entered from Wood-
row Wilson5 Commercial Course.
MYERS, GENEVA L.-Mixed Chorus 2-35
Glee Club 2-35 Letter Club President
35 Basketball 25 Baseball 25 Volley
Ball 1-2-35 Hi-Jinks 35 'KPinafore"5
'APirates of Penzance."
lVlYRMO, ARTHUR-E Club 35 Football 1-
2-35 General Course.
NEEDHAM, ROBERT ADDISON-E Club 2-35
Yell Leader 2-35 College Prep. Course.
NEELY, ROBERT BQIARION-F0OtbHll 2-35
Hi-.links 2-35 Glee Club 2-35 'tPina-
fore"5 'APirates of Penzance."
NELSON, ALICE VIRGINIA-Honor Society
35 Nestorians 35 Debate 25 Glee Club
35 Le Cercle Francais 1-2-35 Tri-Y
2-35 "Pirates of Penzance."
NELSON, ARNOLD-EI1t9I'6Ll from Wood-
row Wilson5 College Prep. Course.
NELSON, EILEEN M.-Student Council 25
News Staff 35 Ollice Staff 35 Hi-.links
NELSON, VIOLET P.-Class Vice-President
35 Band 1-2-35 Inter NOS5 Letter
NICKLAUS, EVERETT LELAND - "The
Heathers at Home"5 General Course.
NIDEVFIR, BRUCE-EI1t61'6Kl from Woodrow
WllSODQ General Course.
OSBORN, ,BLANCHE VI-:STA-Tri-Y 2-3
Vice-President 35 Hi-Jinks 35 Com-
OSBORNE, GERALD LUTHER- Mask and
Dagger 35 Archery Club 35 News Staff
35 Pack Rats 3.
PALANUK, JOE-Entered from Woodrow
Wilson5 General Course.
PALMER, RUBY HENRIETTA-Mask and
Dagger 2-35 'iLaugh Clown Laugh."
PARKER, FLORENCE ELAINE-SfUllQ1'lt
Body Treasurer 35 Tri-Y 2-3.
PARKS, THELMA I-1ARRIE'rvEntered from
Roseburg5 Hi-Jinks 3.
PERKINS, OWEN E.-Student Body Vice-
President 25 Class Vice-President 15
E Club5 Hi-Y 1-25 Texnias Club 1-2-35
Football 1-2-35 Track 1-2-35 Hi-.links 2.
PERLICH, GORDON B.-Hi-Jinks 15 College
PERRY, lVIAXINE L.-Honor Society 35
Mask and Dagger5 Glee Club5 Mixed
Chorusg News Staff 35 Texnias Club
President5 Archery Club 35 TheSpians5
Hi-Jinks 1-35 A'Pirates of Penzance."
PITNEY, lVllLDRED G.-Honor Society 35
Inter Nos 1-2-35 Tri-Y 35 Library
PLANK, PAUL NEWTON-Student Body
Auditor 35 Honor Society President 35
Nestorian Treasurer 35 Debate 2-35
News Staff, Radio Editor 35 Hi-
POOLEY, EVELYN G.-Girls' League Coun-
cil 15 Texnias Club President 15 Golf
PORTEREIELD, JUNE ROSE-EHt9T9d from
Norwalk, California, 19335 Honor SO-
ciety 35 Mask and Dagger 35 May Day
Princess 35 Archery Club 35 Basket-
PURDUE, CHARLES WILEYYEntered from
Lincoln High, Portland, 19325 College
REED, HOMER FRANKLIN-Mask and Dag-
ger 2-35 E Club 1-2-3, President 35
Hi-Y 1-25 Football 1-2-3, Captain 35
"Laugh Clown Laugh."
REYNOLDS, MIIADRED AI.BERTINEvEntered
from Medford High, 19335 Commercial
RICE, HAROLD EDWARD-Entered from
Woodrow Wilson5 C O l le g e Prep.
RICKABAUGH, ROBERT JOHN - Student
Body President 35 Class President 1-25
E Club 2-35 Football 1-2-35 Golf 2-35
ROBERTSON, GORDON LYLE-Entered from
Woodrow Wilson5 College Prep. Course.
RUFE, RICHARD HARRY-Entered from
Roseburg High5 Student Council 35
Eugenean Staff 35 E Club 35 Football
2-35 Track 35 'The Heathers at Homef'
RUGH, ROBERT L. - Honor Society 2-35
Vice-President 35 Student Council 25
Glee Club 35 Hi-Jinks 1-35 "Pirates of
RUNTE, VIVIAN C.-Honor Society Sec-
retary 35 Le Cercle Francais 1-2-3,
President 35 Eugenean StaH' 35 Girls'
League Council 35 Scholarship Cup 35
May Day Princess 35 Archery Club 35
'AThe Heathers at Homef'
RUSSELL, RAY EDGAR-E Club 2-35 Foot-
ball 2-35 Basketball 35 Baseball 1-2-3.
SAUNDERS, GLADYS LUCILLE-Mask and
Dagger 35 Eugencan Staff 35 Texnias
Club 1-2-35 Archery Club 3.
SCOBERT, VVHITNEY GILLETE - Entered
from Los Angeles, California, 19325
SEAL, FRANK H.-Entered from Port
Orford High, 19325 Band 1-2-3.
SEARS, RAYMOND LOUIS-Entered from
Woodrow Wilson5 General Course.
SEARS, RICHARD J.--Debate 35 Football
35 Baseball 3.
SEELY, MARY ALICE-Entered from Neo-
sho, Missouri, 19335 Tri-Y 3.
SETTERBERG, SPENCER FRANKLIN - Out-
door Club 2-35 Riile Club 1-2, Presi-
SHEDD, B. DOROTHY-Girls' League5
SHISLER, E. WARREN-Entered from
Woodrow Wilson5 Commercial Course.
SHUMWAY, MARGARET-Girls' League Sec-
retary 35 Le Cercle Francais 35 Glee
Club 1-2-35 Hi-Jinks 1-2-35 "Pina-
fore"5 "Pirates of Penzance."
SKEIE, NORMA M.-Glee Club 1-2, Presi-
dent 15 Sextet 25 Mixed Chorus 1-25
Eugenean Staff 35 May Queen 35 Golf
Club 15 Hi-Jinks 1-25 "Mikado"5 'tThe
Heathers at Home."
SMEED, GLENN H.-Hi-Jinks 35 College
SMITH, BARBARA ANN-Girls' Leagueg
SMITH, EDNA ANNA-Debate 15 Archery
Club 35 Hi-Jinks 15 "Sonia"5 "Pina-
fore"5 t'Pirates of Penzance."
SMITH, ILA MAE-Girls' Leagueg Gen-
SMITH, M. JOY-Football 2-35 Track 2-35
College Prep. Course.
SNELLSTROM, ROBERT E.-Entered from
Woodrow Wilson5 Commercial Course.
SPICER, MARGRET MAE-Honor Society
2-35 News Editor 35 Student Council
35 Mask and Dagger 2-35 Girls' League
Council 25 Texnias Club 2-35 Glee
Club 1-25 Sextet 1-25 Hi-Jinks 35 'tMi-
kado"5 "Laugh Clown Laugh."
STEELE, EVA LEORA-Entered from Alsea
High, 19325 General Course.
STEVENSON, WILLIAM ALBERT-Mask and
Dagger 35 Glee Club 1-2-35 Hi-Jinks
1-25 t'PinafOre"5 "Pirates of Pen-
SUMERS, CRYSTAL ELLEN-Girls' League5
SWOFFORD, GARNETT RAYMOND-EHt6T6d
from Woodrow Wilson5 General Course.
TAYLOR, ALFRED-HOHOT Society 35 Pack
Rats 2-35 News Staff 35 Nestorians 3.
TERRY, FRED-Entered from Woodrow
Wilson5 General Course.
TERRY, GRACE MARGUERITE-L6 Cercle
Francais 1-2-35 Letter Club 2-35 Eu-
genean Staff 35 News Staff 35 Basket-
ball 2-35 Volley Ball 25 Baseball 1-2-3.
THOMPSON, BILL-Glee Club 35 College
THORNBER, FORDYCE S.-Entered from
Woodrow Wilson5 Technical Course.
VAN LYDEGRAF, MERL-Class Treasurer
35 Honor Society 35 News Staff' 35
Mask and Dagger 35 Debate 2-35 Nes-
torians, President 35 Hi-Jinks 1-35
"Laugh Clown Laugh"5 "The Heathers
VAN OSDOL, DONALD T.-Entered from
Woodrow Wilson5 College Prep. Course.
VIRNIG, LILITH MABEL-01508 Staff 35
College Prep. Course.
WAIILACE, VIRGINIA M.-Glee Club 1-2-35
Mixed Chorus 1-2-35 Archery Club 35
Hi-.links 1-25 "Pinafore"5 "Pirates of
WARDEN, LAVERNE-Entered from Quin-
cy, California, 19325 College Prep.
WEST, MARY ZORA-Entered from Theo-
dore Rooseveltg Commercial Course.
WHEELDON, RUTH LOUISE-Mask and
Dagger 35 Commercial Course.
WHISMAN, WALTER T.-Band 1-2-35 Or-
chestra 1-2-35 College Prep. Course.
WHITE, DOROTHY ELAINE-Girls' Leagueg
WHITNEY, VERLEEN H.-Girls' Leagueg
WICKLIFFE, MARION CATHERINE-Stamp
Club 35 "The Heathers at Home."
WILLIAMS, BOB ALAN--Football 2-35
Track 2-35 General Course.
WILLIAMS, OscAR K.-Class President 35
Honor Society 35 E Club 2-35 Basket-
ball 2-35 "The Heathers at Home."
WOOD, HARVEY LIsToN-News Staff 35
Pack Rats 2-35 Hi-Jinks 35 "Laugh
WOOD, JACK L.-Pack Rats 2-35 College
WORDEN, MARIAN A.-Letter Club 2-35
Tri-Y 25 Fine Arts Course.
YEAGER, JOHN WILLIAM-Entered from
Woodrow Wilson5 General Course.
As in a garden the flowers whisper
and laugh, the trees hold music con-
tests, and busy bees bustle on their
secret ways,-so we fill our growing
years with the hobbies, trainings, and
experiences that make life complete.
This has been a busy year, but a very
happy one. Social organizations
have prospered and expanded. New
groups have been formed. An at-
tempt hos been made to give every
student an opportunity to express
himself individually, to develop his
talents, and to fulfill his aspirations.
"This world is so full of a number of
I am sure we should all be as happy
-l. R. .ltwzltcr C. l'lumnwn Nl. Slnliimn-v l". Ihullls Y. Runtv
li, Ilnnlwrq li, Kinney R. I-lmli:-utt l. .lnnulwmi l-.. Xlumls
President -------- Jessie RAE ATWATER
Vice-President - - - CHARLOTTE PLUMMER
Secretary - - - - MARGARET SHUMWAY
Tr-easurer - ------ FRANCES Donns
To teach every girl in high school, through cooperative activities,
a sense of loyalty to the highest interests of the school, the commun-
ity, and the nation is the purpose of the Girls' League.
Every girl is a member of the league and of one branch depart-
ment in which she has individual interest. These departments are
social, clerical, finance, and auxiliary.
Under the expert guidance of Mrs. Maxine L. Constance, adviser
to the league, the girls had a busy year, entertaining, making
money, and taking charge of extra work done in school. Delight-
ful teas were given for the mothers, besides teas given in honor of
Springfield High and University High girls. Faculty teas were
given once every week for the enjoyment of the teachers. Parties
for the girls were frequent and very enjoyable, and the May day
party, with Norma Skeie as May queen, ended the year as one of
the best and most successful.
R. Rugli IR Adams E. Iilais V. llunte I". Plank A. Luvaas R. Moser
.l. l'orts-rfielcl M. Van I.yrlegruf J, Atwater R. McBee M. Pitney I. Jacobson C. Buck
V. Jepson I. Bye-rs M. Spicer M, Perry IC, Humphreys A. Taylor F. Dodds
M. Field ll. Brown 0. Williams li. Luvaas R. Brown M, Dunn A. Nelson
H S ciety
FIRST SEMESTER SECOND SEMESTER
EVERETT BLA1s - - - Presvblent - - - - - PAUL PLANK
ROBERT RUGH - - Vice-President - - - BOB MOSER
ALICE LUvAAs - - - Secretary - - - VIVIAN RUNTE
Lois LUVAAS - - - - - Student Treasurer - - PHYLLIS ADAMS
R. G. HENDRICKS ----- Treasurer ----- R. G. HENDRICKS
Miss KINSEY, Miss BLAIS, MRS. CONSTANCE, MR. H. B. JOHNSON,
The year 1933-34 has marked a new and growing interest in
the National Honor Society. A state convention of representatives
from fourteen chapters was held in Eugene, April 14, with members
of the Alpha chapter acting as hosts.
During the year Alpha chapter had two social affairs and two
initiation services, assisted in the installation of a chapter in Cot-
tage Grove, and initiated members from Albany and Lebanon High
schools. The junior members are:
Kathleen Houglum George Skipworth Robert Speer
Clyde Mullin Mollie Bob Small Madge Conaway
Dwight Near Helen Boykin Roberta Marshall
John Luvaas Evelyn Wood Charlotte Plummer
Wilfred Roadman Kenneth Marple Charles Devereaux
Honors ond Awords
In the vast garden of activities there are always those few stu-
dents who stand out among all the others and attain high goals of
workmanship and honor that make their blossoms the brightest
and most colorful accomplishments. Honors for this year are as
GIRLS' LEAGUE PINS: 1932-33 -Scelora Bond, Beatrice Camp-
bell, Jessie Rae Atwater, Frances Dodds, Margaret Dunn, Margaret
Gieseke, Lorraine Hunt, Martha Hennigan, Catherine Kingwell,
1933-34 - Edith Drenkhahn, Eula Kiphart, Ruth Foster, Esther
Worden, Margaret Dunn, June Rose Porterield, June Geiger, Grace
Terry, Blanche Osborn, Bartra Brown, Annette Harmon, Louise
Miles, Evelyn Wood, Elinor Humphreys, Eileen Baker, Mildred
Pitney, Louise Burneson.
SCHOLARSHIP CUP: First Semester - Betty Chandler, Lois
Luvaas, Eileen Kinney.
Second Semester-Vivian Runte, Mollie Bob Small, Phyllis
GIRLS, ATHLETIC AWARDS ACCORDING T0 THE OREGON POINT
1934-Louise Burneson, Belva Byrd, Annette Harmon, Alenc
King, Valeria Krutzler, Orpha Lyon, June Geiger.
1935- Dorothy Hendrickson, Maxine Horton, Alice Hurd,
Roberta Marshall, Zelma Thompson, Wanda Woodring.
1936-Violet Atkinson, Lois Fegles, Roberta Frye, Ruth
Myers, Bessie Schmidt.
150 Points - Lorraine Hunt, Geneva Myers.
100 Points - Dorothy Camp, Vera Goddard, Irma Helikson.
DEBATE PINS: Everett Blais, Vernon Cougill, Kenneth Lee, John
Luvaas, Kenneth Marple, Adrian Martin, Robert Moser, Paul
Plank, Richard Sears, Merl Van Lydegraf.
BAND AWARDS, STATE BAND CONTEST: Solos H First place, Ron-
ald Drew, DeLos Crook, Wendell Gilfry. Second place, Paul Ander-
son, Billy Curry.
ORCHESTRA, FOREST GROVE STATE CONTESTS String quartet
placed second, consisting of Mollie Bob Small, Martha Hennigan,
Wayne Gilfry, and Madge Conaway.
RIFLE CLUB SHARP-SHOOTERS: Distinguished Rineman-Carl
Blood. Fourth Award-Howard Swarthout, Blaise Claska, Bill
Pitney, Clyde Mullin, Harold Hall, Edward Volkstorf, Richard
MeCadden. Other awards went to - Dick Thayer, Wesley Holley,
Bob Seward, Edward Pruitt, Earl Tuller.
SIMMONS CUP FOR FOOTBALL: Hugh Mercer.
R. Brown V. Runte A. Lllvzms R, 1Ic'BI-Q B. Campbell R. Moser
B. Brown A. Kaufman V. Jepson V, Cougill I. Jacobson N. Skeie
R. Cox J. Geiger Ii. Bzlkvr G. Saulmlers G. Terry R. Ruff
Associate Editor -
Business Manager -
Senior Class - -
Iunior Class - -
Sophomore Class -
Activities - - -
Faculty - -
Girls' Sports -
Boys' Sports -
Art Editors -
- ALICE LUVAAS
- RICHARD MCBEI-:
- ROBERT MOSER
- - - - - VERNON' COUGILL
- RANDALL BROWN, VIVIAN RUNTE
- - - DoEo'rHY JEANNE WELLS
- - VIRGINIA JEPSEN, IVA JACOBSON
- ALBERT KAUFMAN, BARTRA BROWN
- - - - - BEATRICE CAMPBELL
- - - - GRACE TERRY
- - - - - - - - -DICKRUFE
- EILEEN BAKER, GLADYS SAUNDERS
- - - - - NORMA SKEIE, JUNE GEIGER
MISS MAE D. KINSEY, MISS EMMA CHASE
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E. H. 5. News
FIRST SEMESTER SECOND SEMESTER
MARGRET SPICER -- Erlzlffn'-M-C11ivj - - NIARGRET SPICER
IvA.JAcoBSON ------ Associate Editor ---- ALBERT KAUI-'MAN
STANLEY HULEGAARD - - - Business Jluimgffr ----- GEORGE FLINT
MISS JULIETTE C. GIBSON AND MISS EMMA CHASE, Acli-isei-S
The library class has been especially interested in its work this year and
agrees that there is a peculiar fascination about it. There has been much
more work than usual as all the books purchased by the school, some two
thousand in number, were catalogued and Inade ready for the use of the
itting-Left to right: R. Spear, R. Moser, A. Nelson, ll. Flint, I. .Iac-olxson, Xl. Vain l,y1legmf,
B. Brown, J, Luvuas, P. Plank.
Stamling--H. Gibson. A. Taylor, Y, Cougill, K. 1,1-0, li. Hugue, li. Drinkliulxn, A, Martin,
li. Blalis, K. Marple, Rlr, Allison, uflvisvxx
The debate season this year has been on the Whole successful. The two
teams which represented Eugene High in all the A squad district debates
were composed of Everett Blais, John Luvaas, Merl Van Lydegraf and
Paul Plank. These four speakers won the Southern Willamette district
B squad debaters were: Kenneth Marple, Vernon Cougill, Kenneth Lee,
Adrian Martin, Robert Moser, and Richard Sears.
FXRST SEMESTER SECOND 'SEMESTER
MERL VAN LYDEGRAF - - - - President - - - - GEORGE FLINT
IVA JACOBSON - - - - Vice-President - - ROBERT MosER
ALICE NELSON - - - - Secretary - - BARTRA BROWN
PAUL PLANK - - - - - - Treasurer - ---- - PAUL PLANK
JOHN LUvAAs -------- Libi-ai-ian -------- JOHN LUvAAs
The purpose of the Nestorian Debating Society is to promote the art
of public speaking and debating in Eugene High school. Its membership
totals twenty students. Mr. Harold W. Allison is adviser.
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President ------- BILL RILEY Svffwrury A - - - - VIRGINIA LEE
Vice-President - - - MADGE CONAWAY Jlunugm' - ----- Roni-:RT ATACK
Lib7'!lVi!lIZ ----- SAM SICKAFOOSE
Under Mr. Delbert Mooreys capable direction, the orchestra, composed
of 35 members, and the band, with 56 students, have completed a most
successful year. In school activities they have been indispensable, for they
have helped at all the plays and many other functions. There was a state
contest for the band, and the orchestra quartet placed second in the Forest
Grove tournament. The orchestra played over the radio, and their abilities
have been heard in several parts of the state.
President - - - RoNALD DREWV Viez'-Ihmirlmit ---- YVAYNE GILFRY
Secretary-TreuszfVer - - VIOLET NELSON
Members of the band are: Abbott, Adams, F. Allcn, L. Allen, F. Anderson, P.
Anderson, Bartlett, Bevere, Brown, Clark, Cole, Cornutt, Curry, De Freece, Dennison,
Drew, Duncan, Flint, Gilfrey, Gilfry, Harmon, Hover, Holley, Horton, Houglum, John-
son, D. Keefe, R. Keefe, Lightfoot, Lindsay, Masterton, McFadgen, Morgan, Nelson,
Plummer, R1Ckard, Riley, Sanford, Seal, Shoey, Sniartt, Solberg, Tobey, Tripp, Tucker,
R. Tucker, Van Fassen, Whisman, White,
GIRLS' LETTER CLUB
l-'irst row, left to right: Coe, Kiphart, Miller, Hulse, l'u:sln-y, MQCN-nrly, Myers
Terry, Wilfred. Hewitt, M. Hart, Geiger, Harris.
Second row: Wright, Gordon, Horton, Claska, Burnvson, 'Pharm-r, Hunt
Worden, Parker, Nelson. Henllrickson, Mclionell, Hjf-rkv.
'Fhiral row: Comnray, Ilunbvrg, Revere, IJ. Hurt, l'ortc-rliclal, Mr'Creu4ly, Rom-rs
Hughes, Morgan, Dunn, Giesekv, Mack.
Lust Row: Hurd, Hunnnitt, A. Nelson, Flint, Atwater, Wooml, llelilison, l"icl4l
Row, Drenkhahn, Hargreaves Miss Baker, mlviser.
First row, left tu right Mclloncll, Lightfoot, Smith, Kiphnrt, Burneson.
Lowery, Claskzl, Warner, 'l'u:ker, Vivlllcr, Rlionzllt, Wlwelrr, lluni, Wright.
Second row: Frye, H, Williams, Gillespie, Mzlscngil, Golden, Givsekv, Walker
F, Williams, Kinney, Erickson, C. Parker, F. lmrker, llri-nklnhn,
Thirrl row: Stanton, Lusby, l.nrsz-wi, Lyle, Erickson, Son-ly, Nelson, Jaizkson,
Tucker. Wood, Atkinson, Osborn.
Last row: Marple, Gordon, Brown, Miss Kinsey, mlriserg Coe, Hughes. Mrs.
Gorrell, zzflviss-rg Pitney. Miss Chase, Miss Sxlium-fe-1', Mrs. W1u're'n
zlllvisersg llannnitt, Vnuglml
Girls' Leiter Club
Presvkient ----- GENEVA MYERS Treasurer ----- LORRAINE HUNT
Vice-President - - FLORENCE MCCREADY Sergeant-at-Arms - - IRMA HELIKSON
Secretary ------ ALYCE ROGERS Admser - - - Miss FRANCES E. BRKEI?
The purpose of the Girls' Letter Club is to further interest 1n girls
Aside from the usual bi-weekly luncheon meetings, two initiation
parties, and two potluck suppers, the club sponsored a dance, April 4, to
which all members and associate members were invited.
President - - - - MARY FIELD Secretary ---- ELENORE MASE'NGIL
Vice-President - - BLANCHE OSBORN Treasurer ----- ALICE NELSON
Adviser - - - MRs. LULU C. GORRELL
Growth in mind, body, and spirit, which is the ideal of the Girl Re-
serves, has been expressed through a varied program of monthly potluck
suppers, hikes, ceremonials, conferences, and a house party on the Mc-
LE CERCLE FRANCAIS
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FIRST SEMESTER SEUINII SEIIIESTER
VIVIAN RUNTE - ---- Iwvsiflmzl - - - Rosi-:RT SPEER
ROBERT SPEER - - - l'icc'-Prvsizlwff - - - ROBERTA IIIARSHALL
ALICE NELSON - - - Sew-vtury-7'I-1ff1sfo-v1- - - - EILEI-:N KINNEY
MISS CLARA BLAIS ------- Aflmsvw ------- MISS CLARA BLAIS
Twice a month meetings were held, and a large annual celebration in
the form of the Mardi Gras was sponsored by the French Club. This festi-
val was held February 193 local color was added by the varied French
songs, costumes, and dances.
Inter Nos desires to promote interest in the study of Latin through
social activities and study of Roman life.
The club sponsored the historical drama, "What Price Rome," which
was enthusiastically received. Slides depicting Roman life, accompanied
by short explanatory talks, were shown before the entire Latin classes.
At the monthly meetings the various Roman holidays have been studied,
the lives and activities of famous Romans have been discussed or drama-
t1ZEd, and Latinized games have been played.
MASK AND DAGGER
First row, left to right: U. lluinphreys, Tlmyur, Curtis, Wilfreil, llelgu-rson,
Jacobson, Baker, Spieer, Doran, Mrs, Christie, adviser, Saunders, Gris-
wold, Pursley, Iiuviuis, Snyder, Yun llyrleginf, Blood.
Sec-onnl row: Lou, 1'ulnu-r, Vaughn, l'n-rry, ltogzers, Hunt, Miller, Porterfield,
Knight, llolikson, Ilunlphreys, Small, Skipworth, Mcllonnn-I, Laniku.
Third row B, Xlcllonnvl, Jar-kson, Boykin, Forstronn, Browning, Flint Ruben-
Fourth row: Johnston, Recd, Burneson, Atwater, W'oofl, lloauliuzm, Row,
Pitney, Stevenson, Speer.
Fifth row: D-rvoreaux, Dyer, Fuller, Mack, Osborne, Philips, Martin.
First row, left to right: Sliipworth, Buntu, Fit-lil, Muck, Knight.
Second row: Curtis, Burn:-son, Hunt, Rogers, Slunnwuy, Myers.
'Fhirrl row: Leslie, Bussi-ll, liouihnan, Pearson, Pursley, Miss Woods, zulviserg
E, Wood, Hewitt, lluril, Wilfred, li. Mvllonnel, Russell. Chainborlaiin,
Fourth row: Devereuux, Rourk, Lee, Forstrom, IH-rry, Smith, Ohlson, A. Nelson,
I Nelson, Backe, Greer, Alnutt, Dyer Clnnnbers.
Fifth row: Keefe, Hs-nnningson, Swennes, Gray, Vain Osdol, Johnson, Row,
McCracken, Boykin, Saunders, Kel-fe,
Last row: Hanson, FI'enl4-I-inks, Neely, Brent, Stevenson, R1-eil, Mr'lJonnel,
Lamka, Blood, Be-arflsley, Fuller.
Mask ond Dagger
President - - - BERNARD KNIGHT Secretary-Treasurer - MARIAN TI-IAYER
Vice-President ---- KENNETH LEE Adviser - MRS. ETHEL CHASE CHRISTIE
More than sixty members compose the club which presented a group
of five one-act plays at an invitational evening, had several potluck sup-
pers, and one dance.
President ---- BERNARD KNIGHT Treasurer - - EVELYN WOOD
Vice-President - - - ROBERT MACK Librarikms - - - ALYCE ROGERS
Secretary ------ JEAN CURTIS FRANK CHAMBERS
Miss Carolyn Woods, music instructor, trained a large class of boys
and girls for the glee clubs this year. The Mixed Chorus presented "The
Pirates of Penzance," a Gilbert and Sullivan opera, with much success,
May 3 and 4.
BOYS' ARCHERY CLUB
First mxv. left to light: Howl. llzlll. Sxxzirtliout, Clark,
Sn-4-mul low: l'l:l-lvl. Stall. lflwlvlc-lt, Helriwlvv, liluuul, XIV, Xlivlielson, uflviser.
l-'ir-1 rim. Ii-fu lu night: Ile-lui-uiorn .lzu-ul...,1,. I-1,,m,,,,.,-l MK.1,,,,,.,11, Wright,
iolu.ux.uIx, fmlllux. llumplnc, .
Sm-owl Ron: Xlxxuu-r, Rumi-, Nlr-i!'a1clu11. Vlnslel. lil-xx-vm-. Bliss Woo:ls,mlx'iserg
lla-liltsnm. lln-mln-vslvoli. Xlilli-r. lluulu-s. Fzxu-wlx l'vl'1',x, l'ol'lx-rl'i4-ld. Baker,
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Bo s' Archer Club
President ------ HAROLD HALL Range Jlmmgef- - - JOHN FREDERICKS
Seco-etary-Treasure1- - - DONALD Gooo Adviser ---- MR.OD1NE HIICKELSON
Archery was added this year to the sports of Eugene High school. The
club is a social organization, and has its purpose in developing skill and
ability in handling the bow and arrow, which trains the eye and gives
the boys an opportunity to become good sportsmen.
President ---- DOROTHY HELGERSON Trefzsln-er - - - Jrssnz RAE ATWATER
Vwe-P'reside11t ---- MAXINE PERRY Field Mrumger - - CHARLOTTE PLUMMER
Secretary ------ IVA JACOBSON Adviser - - - - Miss CAROLYN Woons
All attention! Cupid has some twenty helpers now to whom he has
taught his art. Under the leadership of Miss Carolyn Woods and Mr. Mar-
tin Johnson the girls have learned to use the weapons of love and war very
quicikly, hitting the bull's eye with their stunt given at the Mad Hatter's
First ron, li-ft to right: Anderson, Gordon.
Second row: Davis, R. Walls, W. Walls, Kimball, llauglitry.
Thin! row: Lumlni, Setterbs-rg, Olson, Cougill, Mclntyre. Mclieo, Johnson,
First row, ln-fl to right: Scwiml, Mullin, Volkstorf, Johnson, McC:nldcn,
Bu:-II row: llull, llollvy, Blood, Dickey, Pitnuy, Hansen.
President - - - CHARLES MCINTYRE Secretary-Treasurer - JOHN HALVERSON
Vice-President - - - RALPH MCKEE Adviser - - - MR. MARTIN JOHNSON
Good sportsmanship, skill, and agility in outdoor sports provides this
energetic club with interest and enthusiasm. This year hiking, fishing,
and skiing trips have been undertaken, and the members have fairly well
covered the territory between the Three Sisters and the Pacific Ocean.
President ---- HOWARD SWARTHOUT Secretary-Treasurer - - BILLY PITNEY
Vice-President - - - BLAISE CLASKA Range Manager - - - CLYDE MULLIN
Adviser - - - MR. MARTIN JOHNSON
The Riiie Club was organized in 1924 and affiliated with the National
Rifle Association. This organization provides medals and diplomas for the
following qualifications: pro-marksman, marksman, marksman-first-class,
sharpshooter, expert rifleman, and distinguished rifle-man.
PAC K RATS
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Pfresvblent ---- - BILL STEELE Advisers - - MR. WILLIAM KIDVVELL
Secretary-Tfreasurer - - BUD KNIGHT MR. BERT C. KERNS
The Pack Rats had a very successful school year. The annual spring
vacation hike of eight days was made by a party of nine who traveled 180
miles in the high Cascades. A stag dinner was held at Riverview Park to
acquaint the fathers of the boys with the men of the faculty. Several other
trips were taken to points of interest and this club was one of the sponsors
of a big picnic.
Pofeshlent - - - - JACK RUTH S6'CI'f'ffI1'll ----- CLYDE MULLIN
Vice-Prestdent - - - RICHARD RUFE Al'l1'iS6I'S-MR.JOHNSON,MR.DIICKELSON
The industrial department has been aided largely this year by the
service of this new club, composed of master craftsmen. They have taken
care of all extra school projects and managed the work done by boys from
I sv : II
Myers fcoaclij. Ilunn, Wilfrs-ll. llelikson, Hunt, Godclaml, Pursley, Worden,
Front row, left to right: Matlock, Saunulr-rs, llunt, Terry, Harris, Rickard,
Cook, 'l'uppn-r, Orr, Robinett.
Back 1-ow: Myers, Schmidt, Clorlwlaml, llelikson, Marshall, Sm-ely, Hart,
l'o1'tel'1'iL-lul, Miller, Miss Baker,
The girls' basketball squad was coached by Miss Margaret Black, Uni-
versity of Oregon student, assisted by Geneva Myers of Eugene High, with
Grace Terry as manager. The class was divided into four color teams, and
an intramural tournament played. The seniors were victors and their names
were engraved on the cup.
Games were played with University High and St. Mary's High girls.
The basketball squad was composed of those in the picture above and
also the following: P. Atwater, H. Claska, I. Helikson, P. Madgen, I. Ohlsen,
E. Robinett, H. Johnson, M. Morris, R. Endicott.
The All-Star volleyball team was as follows: Dorothy Hendrickson, Mar-
garet Dunn, Louise Pursley, Irma Hclikson, Marian Worden, Elsie Wilford,
Lorraine Hunt, Vera Goddard, and Geneva Myers, coach.
The All-Star second team was composed of: Grace Terry, Florence Miller,
Alice Clark, Natalie Row, Bessie Schmidt, Alice Hurd, Esther Willey, Phyllis
Atwater, with Naomi Harris as manager.
KRAMER KERNS FAssETT
Coaches Fred Kramer, Bert Kerns, and Frank Fassett have turned
out winning teams in all lines of sport.
Coach Kramer, the football, basketball, golf, and track mentor, has
produced some very strong teams, especially in basketball, in the short
time he has been here. Both years he has been with us his team has gone
to the state tournament. He also maintains the highest ideals of good
Bert Kerns has been coaching the B squad and, with the available
material, has had good teams this football men averaged about one hun-
dred and forty poundsj.
Coach Fassett, baseball, has also turned out some of the best sports-
men in the state. This year Mr. Fassett took up basketball on the side and
says he likes it.
Dick Wright, all around athlete of our school, was picked as one of the
ten best basketball players in the state. He was also chosen most valuable
player on the squad. Besides basketball and football, which he is to captain
next season, he is a baseball player, probably one of the best Mr. Fassett
has with him this year.
Bob Moser.Was appointed as advertising manager and kept us well
posted on coming events in athletics. He received a letter in recognition
of his services.
First row-Cznnplxell, Golcllxar, Brown, lferliins. liielxabaugh, Hillis, Herrmann, Myrmo, Clark, Malos,
F ' k
Second Rowfllough, Ruff, Gutlirie, Devils. Langston, Robertson, Taylor, A. Myrmo, Sears,
I" l-ll W' ht
urn 1.1 , u-1 .
'I'hinl Row-Capt. Ilonler Reed, Mirannnitn-s Peters, Little, L-ec, Baxter, Russell, John Londahl, Asst.
Couch, Neely, liowsa-'r, Williams, Wzlrnvr, Mnllxusinn, Smith, Coach Fritz Krmnnr.
The 1933 season was not as successful as some but the experi-
ence gained should prove a factor in the development of next yearis
team and should produce a winner. Homer Reed, last year's cap-
tain, was unable to continue the full season, but with the help of
Marion Guthrie and Art Myrmo the team pushed on. Charles
Cooper was manager for this season. He was a hard worker,
always on his toes to help.
E- H. S ............. 7 J efferson ....,..... 19 E. H. s ,,.,,,,,,,A,, 0 Medford ,,,.,,,,,,,, 19
E- H. S .....,....... 6 Cottage Grove ., 6 E. H. S .,,,,,,,.,.., 0 Salem ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.. 21
E- H- S -------,----- 0 C0l'ValliS ........., 21 E. H. S ..........,., 6 Roseburg ...,...... 7
E- H- S -..........., 26 U. H. S. ..... .... 6
Wright, junior, .....,
Edgar Baxter, senior, ....,..,,
Waldo Campbell, senior, ,,.,.,,.....,... end
Bob Forncrook, senior, ...,....,,,.,,,,,, end
Laurence- Langston, sen
lor, .,,, ..
Dick RuE, senior, ..,..,,..,,,,,,,,,,,,,
Joy Smith, junior, ,,,.,,.
Ivan Kimball, senior, ,..,,,.. ,....,.
Homer Reed, senior, ,,,,.... ....,..
Marion Guthrie, junior, ...........
Gordon Deeds, senior, ...,.. ......,
Bob Neely, junior ,...... ...,,., g uard
Art Myrmo, senior ,.....,. ..,..., g uard
Doc Taylor, junior ,.,,.... .,...., c enter
Hugh Mercer, senior ,............ left half
Owen Perkins, senior ,....,,...... left half
Ernie Robertson, senior, ........ fullback
Bob Rickabaugh, senior,..quarterback
Wayne Warner, junior,..quarterback
Keith Hough, senior, ..,........... fullback
Leonard Brown, junior, ...... right half
First Roxx-Kmxhmm. Slnish-1, Hzxxlvr, Imam, Fritz Kmnxt-1'.
Sw-mul ltmx-llmuxiel' Russell, 'I'n5lor, Wriglul,
E. H. S ........,.,,, 21 Oakridge .......... 24
E. H. S ....,.....,,, 12 St. Mary's ,,,..,,, 7
E. H. S .,,,......... 18 Corvallis ..,,...... 48
E. H. S ..........,,, 22 Cottage Grove ..16
E. H. S .........,,., 19 Corvallis .,,,,,,,.. 17
E. H. S ............. 30 Springfield .,,,.. 9
E. H. S .......,,.... 19 U. H. S. ,,,,,,,,,,,, 13
E. H. S ....Y.....,,. 28 Salem ..............,, 21
E. H. S .........,... 33 Corvallis ..,,...... 12
E. H. S .........,... 22 Roseburg ...,,,..., 16
Ford Danner, senior ,,,,,., ,,,,,,, c enter
Ed Russell, senior ,,,,,,, ,,,,,,, f orward
Doc Taylor, junior ,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,, g uard
Dick Wright, junior ,,,,,,,.,,.,,,,,, guard
Wendell Kaufman, sophomore, guard
Bob Shisler, sophomore ,,,,,,.,. forward
Edgar Baxter, senior ,.....,..,... forward
E. H. S .,........... 17 Corvallis .,,....,.. 30
E. H. S .,........... 16 Frosh ................ 31
E. H. S ......,...,.. 27 St. Mary's .l.,.. 23
E. H. S ............. 29 Springfield ...... 10
E. H. S .,,......,,,, 30 Cottage Grove H25
E. H. S ..,.,,,,,,,,, 27 U. H. S. .....,..,,.. 17
E. H. S ............. 35 Roseburg ....,,,,.. 16
E. H. S ...,.,.,,..,, 26 Corvallis .,..,,.... 6
E. H. S .,,,,,.,,,.,, 27 Oakridge ...,....,, 26
E. H. S ............. 29 Oakridge ........., 23
John Dunn, junior, ...,..,,..,..,...... guard
Oscar Williams, senior ,..........., center
Burton Burroughs, sophomore,
Hugh Mercer, senior ,..... ,,,,,., g uard
Ivan Kimball, senior ,.,............., center
Charles McIntyre, senior ,....., forward
Ivan Kimball and Hugh Mercer graduated at mid-term, but Ford Danner,
all-state center, stepped in and took Ivan's place. Wendell Kaufman and Bob
Shisler, sophomores, showed up very well this year.
Farnum Chesebro was basketball manager, one of the best we have had
for a long time.
Near, Draper, Gilstrap, Jackson, Coach Kramer, Speer, Rickabangh.
Kaufman, Browning, Lee, Ruff, Coach Kramer, B. Williams, Bowman, Turner, Warner
Callentine, Malos, Perkins.
Last year's golf team, led by Sid Milligan, Darrell Draper, Doc Near, and
Bob Rickabaugh, played excellent golf. They were district champions, took
third place in the Willamette Valley championship match, and fifth in the
Oregon State high school tournament.
In their intramural games they won twelve out of sixteen matches.
Last year's relay team, Hill, Callentine, Malos, and Perkins, took third in
the state meet. Joe Hill was the most outstanding, taking a third in the hun-
dred yard dash, and fourth in the two-twenty in the state tournament. Bob
Williams also starred on last year's team.
The boys who have turned out for this season are showing promise of a
Front Ruxxflllxun. l'l1es:-Iam, Xlelwr, Xlr-In!.x'11-', Walls,
lialvk li0xxiYl-vly, 'I':n-x'lul', lYillsllil'v, Czlmlj, lin-Hel, Fl':Anll lfslwvll,
Eugene High had one of the best high school baseball teams in the state,
losing only to the University Frosh. However, in a four game series it out-
scored the Frosh, nineteen to fourteen. The lettermen are: Dick Bishop, Bob
Wiltshire, Leonard Brown, Hugh Mercer, John Dunn, Sid Milligan, Bud
Brewer, Ed Russell, Earl Cady, Jay Mercer, and Dick Wright.
S 5 E H S
E. H. ............. 11 Myrtle Creek ..,. . . ...,,..,,..., 1 Frosh ,.,.......... 2
E. H. S ........,.... 15 Myrtle Creek .... 5 E. H. S .,,,.,,,.,,,, 13 Frosh .,..,........... 5
E. H. S ............. 0 Frosh ..,....,.,...,,. 0 E. H. S ...,....,,.., 5 Frosh ,,...,.........i 7
E. H. S ...,......... 6 Lincoln High ,... 2 E. H. S ....,,..,,,.. 2 Oregon Super
E. H. S .....,......, 9 Chemawa ,.....,... 2 Varsity ...,,... 1
Dunn, Callantine, Needham, Near, Kaufman, Rickabaugh, Perkins,
Draper, Burroughs, Campbell, Browning, Williams, McIntyre, Kimball,
Wright, Russell, Shisler, Taylor, Reed, Fritz Kramer, Knight, Warner, Moser,
Ruff, Lee, Smith.
"Pirates of Penzance"
The comic opera, "Pirates of Penzance" by Gilbert and Sullivan,
was presented with much success by the members of the mixed
chorus, May 3 and 4, under the direction of Miss Carolyn Woods
and Mrs. Ethel Chase Christie.
The double cast was as follows:
George Skipworth ....,.,.......
Donald Brent ..,.......
Bob Mack .,.,.,.,.,,..,,,,,,..i.,....
Wilfred Roadman .....,,.......
Vernon Russell ......
Derwent Banta ......
Paul Hemingsen .,....,,..,,..,.
Jean Curtis ..........................
Margaret Shumway .....,....
June Backe ............,.............
Alyce Rogers ..........
Louise Pursley ...,,,.,
Richard-Pirate King ,,,,, ,.,,..,,.... B ill Stevenson
Samuel ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,.,,,.,,,,.....,. ....... C harles Devereaux
Pirate Apprentice ...... ................. B ud Knight
General Stanley ,,,,,,,, .,,,,,, W ilfred Roadman
Edward ,...,,............. ,.......... V ernon Russell
Policeman ,,,,i,,,,,,, ,,,..., T Om Chamberlain
Policeman ..... ...,........ R Obert Rllgh
Mabel ,,,.ii,,, ,,,,,, L ouise Burneson
"The Heathers at Home," a three-act comedy by William Allan
Kimball, was the class play presented by a double cast on the eve-
nings of April 9 and 10.
Oscar Williams ...,.,............
Norma Skeie ..........
Jean Curtis ..........,.......,,......
Everett Nicklaus ...,,........,
George Saunders ,,,,,,..,.....
David McDonell ..............,.
Marian Wyeliffe 4. ,,.i........ ..
Eileen Baker .,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,..
Elinor Humphreys ..,.........
Richard McBee .,................
Dick Ruff ............,..,
Dan Anderson ...,.,..
Bessie .....,............. .....
Merl Van Lydegraf
Sally ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,.,,,,,.,, M arian COX
Bertie .................. .....
Oscar ,. ,........,
Mama Hea ther ..,.., .,.....
Lottie ..,...........,. .......
Elsie ,...,,...,,,.,..,, ....,
Mack .,,,.,,,,,,,.,.,,,,, ..
Mike Heaton ..,...
Dr. Graves ......
.. George Saunders
Jessie Rae Atwater
In the Iaveliest of gardens we find
laughter and fun. We have drama,
high opera, and burlesque. The
bassa-prafunda is carried by the bull
frags, the tenor by the honey bees.
Feraeious snap-dragons, heroic bays-
in-blue, and saucy, naughty, dandy-
lians peep aut between the aisles,
and flirt with us. A fragile painted,
butterfly dances between the acts:
rass hoppers dart SI
dy-long-legs stalks across the stage
in a quiet moment.
So, in our garden, we have strut-
ted and laughed, and played our
little parts. They have been iayous
parts, and we want to carry them
with us, into the larger garden
Diory of E. H. S.
School begins. Back home again! Is everybody happy?
First S. B. Assembly presents Bob Rickabaugh thinking up
two-bit words for his first big speech.
Friday the 13th. Junior Informal. What a thorough airing our
Honor Society Assembly. The gates of the most exclusive so-
ciety were unbarred to the intelligensia.
Pay Assembly. Wherein the males of the species had great
difficulty manipulating "their skirts."
Armistice Day. As a result We're now all conscientious ob-
Puppeteers. Girls' League and the S. B. CHow could they get
along without usb played hosts to the Olvera dolls.
Senior Informal. And cabarets were encountered by the stu-
dents ffor the Hrst time, we hopeb.
Hi-Jinks. Did you notice the size of Mae's dress shoes, and
Thanksgiving. Yeah! We had pains too!
Junior Play. For every Daddyls baby girl there Waits a
"Mama's Baby Boy."
E. T. A. Xmas Party. Would have enjoyed being a little mouse
that night. "The coffee was good." fPage D. EJ
School's out until next year!
Cupid wins, and Miss Lamb becomes Mrs. Constance.
Military Ball. "Merry music made by mirthful musicersf'
Sophomore Informal. The youngsters celebrated St. Valentine's.
Oh those comics!
Mask and Dagger initiation. And then we learned about eggs
Junior Senior Prom. The garden bloomed early in honor of
the "grads-to-be." One of the nicest dances of the year.
Mask and Dagger Invitational. "Never-the-less" the stars
showed what they could do.
Girls' League Assembly. Service received its due reward.
Basketball tournament. We lost but had a "swell" time doing it.
S. B. Elections. Mentors for next year selected. Good luck!
Girls' League Matinee Dance. Dancing crown was Won by
Billy Briggs and Virginia Goodlow.
Senior Play. "The Heathers at Home" While Mama was
instructed in the art of kissing. The cast went in for sun baths
Senior Sneak Day. Did someone mention a Skip day? And were
they thoroughly squelched?
14. Honor Society Convention. Fourteen societies in the state of
Oregon met to discuss their problems. Eugene was very pleased
to be the host for this big event.
17. "What Price Rome ?" was presented by the Latin classes. More
things were seen!
20. Debate assembly. Band played contest numbers, and the fair
sex was encouraged to go out for debate.
23-27. girls' League Week. Tea and rain mixed make-a very good
27. May Day Party. Norma Skeie crowned May queen.
May 3-4. "Pirates of Penzance" presented by the combined glee clubs.
5. Girls' League Conference. They met to discuss their problems
10. Tri-Y Tea. Mothers of the girls, town women, and the wives
of faculty members were entertained.
11. Mask and Dagger Dance. All vintages and descriptions of
wearing apparel were discovered.
18. Girls' League Assembly. All of the latest creations modeled.
We heard one child murmur, "Girl of My Dreams."
25. Senior Day. Look at us. Such pulchritude!
31. Commencement. The day of days! Are you glad or sorry?
June 1. School's out. The best of luck to you all!!!!!!
LOVE'S OLD SWEET SONG
The orchestra in the ballroom of the Honeymoon Hotel in Dixie finished
the Carioca and swung into This Little Pig Went to Market. It was One
Minute to One by the majority of watches in that gay crowd gathered to
honor the engagement of Jeanine and Mister Dooley.
Pnclclin' Head Jones groaned. He had just remembered that his partner
for the next dance was Shanghai Lil. Although he liked her, yet he was
forced to admit that she was not light on his feet. "Well," he decided, t'I"L'e
Gotta Get np and Go to Work." and suited the action to the words by res-
cuing her from a small crowd surrounding her. As they danced over the
glossy floor, Puddin' Headys gaze fell on a girl whose face brought Memories
to him. Was it Juanita, Sweet Adeline, or Ramona? Then he remembered.
He had met her among the Blue Bells of Scotland, but her name he knew
only as Carolina. He distinctly remembered, however, that he had fallen
in love with her, before she had left for America and Home Sweet Home.
As soon as possible he excused himself and hurried toward her. Then
he saw that she was looking at him Over Somebody Else's Sho-alder. He
muttered. "There Goes My Heartf, and the next instant was at her side.
"Why hello, Mr. Jones," said she, giving him one of her Smiles.
"Hello Adorablef, Jones answered. 'KO Promise Me this next dance."
"Certainly." she said and as the orchestra struck up An Old Spinning
Wheel, they glided out on the floor. Jones had decided that his trouble in
identifying her was because she was not wearing the Beautiful Oregon. Rose
he always remembered she wore. Without That Certain Thing she was
"Girl of My Dreams, you're Only a Dream, Dream Girl," gulped Jones,
somewhat embarrassed and nervous.
Carolina made him regret that. She laughed at him and said, "Did You
Ever See a Dream Walking? Anyway, I'm only a Bohemian Girl that's been
Sitting on a Backyard Fence on Forty-Second Street. My only claim to
fame is my Petting in the Park."
Jones gulped again. His batting average was sinking to unheard of
depths. He tried changing the subject. "That music is certainly intoxicat-
ing me," he offered as a relief.
"It should," replied Carolina, "that is the Champagne Waltz."
When Jones recovered consciousness, he saw Mister Dooley leading
Carolina away. The truth burst over him in a Hash. He grabbed Dooley's
arm and growled, "You're Gonna Lose Your Gal." The next moment Jones
would have sworn that the building fell on him, but he was incapable of
further combat. His friends carried him home.
The next evening Jones asked Jeanine Cfor it had been shej why she
was marrying Dooley. She replied, "lf I will not, he will foreclose on our
Old Kentucky Home and throw my father, Mother Machree and our servant,
Old Bla-ck Joe, into the street."
"Why didn't you say so in the first place!" exclaimed Jones. "I just
made a clean-up in Wagon Wheels, Incorporated, and a fat profit in the
Chicago Board of Trade. The brokers are still singing Comin' Thru' the
Rye, in fact."
Jeanine stared at him, then ran to a 'phone booth. When she appeared,
she said to him, "I 'phoned my father to tell him the news. As I hung up,
he was singing We're in the Money and whistling Happy Days Are Here
Again. He didn't like Mister Dooley."
"Let's get married next week. Frankie anal Johnny will be our wit-
nesses. Right after our Coffee in the Morning we'll be Flying Down to Rio
on a honeymoon," said Puddin' Head.
"I'd be satisfied if you'd Carry Me Back to Old Virginny or if we'd
Shuffle off to Buffalo and live By a Waterfallj, stated Jeanine, of Lilac Time
"My brother, Casey Jones, will give us a ride on his train, but I won't
ask him unless you promise to Holal Your Man," said Jones, feeling more
encouraged than he had the night before.
"I'll Be Faithful," ventured Jeanine. "Now I can sing Who's Afraid of
the Big Bad Wolf since the Old Folks at Home are safe, Sweetheart
- By Randall Brown.
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Memo: To Ma and Pa
Several little hair pins
Scattered here and there,
Tires minus air,
Faint perfume aroma,
Mudguards sprayed with tar
Plainly shows that Baxy
Last night used the carl
"See here, Mr. Casey," said Pat
to the tax assessor, "You know that
goat isn't worth eight dollars."
"Oi'm sorry," responded Casey,
"but that is the law." And produ-
cing his rule book he read the fol-
"All property abutting on Front
Street should be taxed at the rate of
two dollars per foot."
T ERIC MERRELL 3
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"Why is it, Rastusf' an old negro
was asked by his employer, "that so
few negroes ever commit suicide ?l'
"It's dis way, boss," replied Ras-
tus, Hwhen a white man gets in trou-
ble and sets down to worry over it,
he gets desperate and kills hisself.
When a colored man sets down, he
jus' goes to sleep."
Kenneth: "Broken off your en-
gagement to Eileen I"
Orville: t'She wouldn't have me."
Kenneth: "You told her about
your rich uncle ?"
Orville: "Yes, She's my aunt
All at Special
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He was a bit shy, and after she
had thrown her arms around him
and kissed him for bringing her a
bouquet of flowers, he arose and
started to leave.
HI am sorry I offended youf' she
"Oh, I'm not offended," he replied,
'Tm going for more Howersf'
Wilfred: "I think that driver in
the car ahead of us is an old school
teacher of mine."
George: "What makes you think
Wilfred: "Well, she seems mighty
stubborn about letting me pass."
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5 67 East Broadway Eugene, Oregon
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A kindly old gentleman met a "Is your wife at home ?"
little girl with golden curls out walk- "Naw," replied Frankhauser.
ing in the park with her mother. "She's out with a bunch of prize
"What a lovely little girl," he ex- Fighters."
claimed. "I will give you a nickel
for a kiss."
"No thank you," replied the little
miss scornfully. "Why, I get a dime
for taking castor oil."
Owen: "Who was the last man to
box John L. Sullivan ?"
Bob: "The undertakerf'
"Prize fighters ?" replied Mrs.
Murphy in surprise.
"Yes," answered Frankhauser.
"She went to a bridge party."
Elinor: "I was so upset when
Chuck kissed me last night!"
June: "Why! Haven't you been
Elinor: "Yes, but not in a canoe."
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Explorer Crelating his experiences
at a boarding house tablejz "We
were slowly starving, but saved our
lives by cutting up our shoes and
making soup of them."
Dyspeptic Boarder: "Sh-h-h-h-h!
Not so loud. The landlady might
f'Say, Ernie, do you still kiss your
wife every morning before you leave
for Work ?"
"Sure, Keith, I give her rainbow
" 'Rainbow kissesf how's that ?"
"The kind that come after a
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To the tramp who wanted to earn
a bite to eat the housewife said, "If
I thought you were honest, I would
let you go to the chicken house and
gather the eggs."
"Lady," he replied with dignity,
"I was a manager of a bath house
for ten years and never took a single
A lady is a woman who always
remembers others, and never for-
gets herself.-Charles Dana Gibson.
Inquisitive Son: "Papa, have we
any pictures of angels ?"
'Disgruntled Parent: "Yes, look in
your mother's family album."
Mr. Hendricks: "Can anyone in
the class tell me why an Indian
wears feathers in his hair?"
Lorraine: "Yes, sir, to keep his
The young nature study class was
having a lesson on animals. The
teacher had asked a number of ques-
tions which were easily answered.
At length she said:
"Why does a dog hang out his
tongue when running?"
A boy who had not answered be-
fore held up his hand.
"Yes, Tommy, what is it?"
"To balance his tail," was the
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i WILLIAMS' SELF SERVICE STORE, INC. i
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Dorothy Hart was taking her
first trip on a train. When the con-
ductor came through the car, calling
for tickets, Dorothy readily gave up
hers. A few minutes later the pea-
nut butcher came down the aisle.
"Chewing gum," he shouted.
"Never!" cried Dorothy courage-
ously. "You can take my ticket but
not my gum!"
Margaret: "Why, I can't marry
you. You're practically pennilessf'
Farnum: "That's nothing. The
Czar of Russia was Nicholas."
Florence: UI sent you some sug-
gestions telling you how to make
your paper more interesting. Did
you carry out my ideas ?"
The Ed: "Did you meet the ofiice
boy with the waste-paper basket as
you came upstairs ?"
Florence: "Why yes, I did."
The Ed: "Well, he was carrying
out your ideas."
Oscar: "Haven't I seen you some-
where some time ?"
Vivian: "Quite likely. I'Ve been
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DO You KNOW - -
S That if you could drive the fam- T
I ily automobile overahighway which -
I followed Eugene's electric rates the I
I past 2 years, it would be down-hill
: riding all the way. :
I Since 1911 the Eugene Water I
I Board has made a half-dozen or I
- more rate reductions. :
The cost of living which has nev- I
I er been BELOW the 1931 level in S
I these 23 years, but which at times I
I has been MORE THAN DOUBLE I
I the 1913 level, is again on the up-
I turn. I
I At its lowest the cost of living I
I was 28.3W1 MORE than in 1913 and I
I now is 35W ABOVE the 1913 level. I
2 The electric rates in Eugene are 2
I among the lowest in the United I
I States. I
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Restaurant Proprietor fbelliger-
entlylt "Listen Mister, when you
eat here you don't need to wipe off
the plate, see ?"
Mild-mannered Gentleman: "I
beg your pardon. Force of habit,
you know. I'm a baseball umpire."
Friend: I understand your wife's
great on modernity in keeping
Victim: Yea-uh: the only scienti-
fic doodad that woman hasn't
bought on installments is an electric
The teacher had been reading
stories of boys who had grown to
manhood and achieved fame by their
inventions. "Now tell me," she
asked one boy, "what would you like
"Fd like to invent a machine so
that by simply pressing a button all
my lessons would be finished cor-
rectly," came the prompt reply.
"And you?" continued the teacher,
calling on another boy.
With an effort the boy rose to his
feet and replied in a drowsy voice:
"Someone to press the button."
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The lecturer had spoken for two
hours. "I Shall not keep you wait-
ing much longer," he Said. "I am
afraid I have spoken at very great
length. There is no clock in the
room and I must apologize for not
having a watch with me."
A voice from the rear interrupted,
"There'S a calendar on the wall be-
hind you, mister."
"Sadickshunery, fullonaimes. Gon-
na getaplecedog angottagettanaim-
A bored city Slicker named Pratt
Once stepped near a bored mule to
When he woke up in bed
A day later, he said:
"Well, we both got a kick out of
Little Ann returned home from
the movies looking weary and sad.
Her mother asked, t'HOney, was-
n't the picture any good today ?"
Ann replied, UNO, it was awful. I
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Plank: "Well, it's this Way.
Some of the cows are born without
horns and never grow upg some shed
theirsg some we dehorng and some
breeds aren't supposed to have horns
at all. There are lots of reasons
why some cows don't have horns,
but the main reason why that cow
over yonder hasn't got horns is that
she's not a cow-she's a mule."
Many a traffic cop's victim feels
that a courtroom is a place where
justice is dispensed - with.
Bud: "Say, what were you doing
with that lantern you were carrying
down the street last night?"
Austin: "I was going to see my
Bud: "Well, I never took a lantern
with me when I called on my girl
before we were married."
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The proud mother was talking of
her son's last athletic feat in a track
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she Said, showing the paper to a
friend. "It says he fairly burned up
the track with his record-breaking
speed, and it's true, because I saw
the track this morning and it was
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had more sense.
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Think back, for a moment, to
your childhood days, and to some-
body's garden. Think of the mint
and the violets, of the crocuses and
roses. Can you feel the thrill of
hollyhock ladies, and pansy "man-
in-a-tub's"? There should be such
a garden in every one's heart.
Many times, in the years to
come, e hope you will open this
book QV ours, and think back to
your high school days, as you do
to that garden. May your mem-
ories be sweet, and fragrant, and
lasting-flower memories, all the
days of your life.
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