Eugene High School - Eugenean Yearbook (Eugene, OR)
- Class of 1935
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V O L U M E X X X I V
EUGENE HIGH SCHOOL STUDENT BODY
EDITOR . . .
MANAGER . . .
INTRODUCTION . . . . .
Time is an impelling force, moving
forward toward an unknown finish . . .
an uncontrolloble element which is
caught by the camera's eye and held
for one fleeting second, to be thus re-
tained as a still reflection of an ever-
moving pageant which marches on and
on and on ....
The march of I934-35 as enacted
at Eugene High is only the beginning
of an even greater journey begun on
a thousand highways, where Youth is
recruited from the classroom in farm
and city to join the ranks of a restless
army sent into a troubled world to
study and to work, to search for ond
to find, from the fragments of yester-
year, a way .... their way ....
our way .... for always ....
As our journey of life unfolds
through the years, the ensuing pages
will record for us o thrilling portion of
o never-ceasing march which all men
must tread ....
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- EUGENEAN 0 1935 ll..
September .... Vacation over, hundreds of students turn to Eugene high as the
center of interest, activity and thought for the next nine months. As routine is re-
sumed, the building comes to life: under the leadership of the faculty, studies get
under way .... in the classroom, in the halls, old acquaintances are renewed .... new
ones begun .... Doc Near welcomes the sophomores at an all-school assembly and
they soon are absorbed in their new environment. Clubs meet and elect officers ....
plat s ' ' the futu 'e are discussed and scheduled .... The News staff prepares an
open six-pag ition of the school paper .... Coach Kramer intensively trains a
footb team that 's destined to Win all but one of its gridiron contests .... school
spiri ets behinc he sale of student body tickets and everyone registers enthusiasm
ova. ' e prospec of the season .... a sign of things that are to come ....
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liiilxu-ll, llollis, Kkilislzun-l', Uillwrl. Gibson
.lm-Itsoii, XYnl'i'vn. S4-lizn-fer, lliwluvl, t'l:n'k
Moore, Xliilwlson. tlmsi-, 'Slrlhi-rimilt. Woods
lilqnis, I"li-lvln-i', In-it-rl:-in. Halton, Allison
lhvlwr, lit- ns, lillxins,.Iol1nson, lleiulricks, Kin
so-x, Ifislmooil, Norris, t'llris1ie, Gorrvll, Kru
liner. Jolnison, Hvlilnilt.
THE BIG FOUR
Iii-an liiduvll. Ilczm l'olusl:mu', l'I'lIlI'iIb1ll.lUhIl
son, Silpmilnlomln-lit tioolil,
Igmf, '37, Flint, '35, l'lllllll'I', '30,
lll'l'gfllillII, Furlis, lklrpelitvr. Iln-xv, lhuulslmw
Flvlvlie-r, Clmsv, Vrosslzmul. Rzillinmre, .l, lfllI'li-
er, Bruliel, Dye, F. lfillnll.
Blanton, Clark, R. flll1lIlllll'l'S, lilais, Imnilxerg
L, Christoferson, Bussell, G. Culluntine, Freink
lmvis, Coz-In-i', H. lflirislofn-rsun, Royle.
Callaway, Anderson, Carmen, Rirzl, I-Iwlwauwls
51. Baker, L. Baker, Fisln-r, Cul:-f, I-'innllnei
Cooley, Frulm-rieks, Hailey.
Crook, R, B.on-I, J. Cole, Ib. lin-l'g.g'lln1li, J. liwl-
warals, lb. Buell. R. Alnlm-rson, Uzillalwaly, l'lu-ri'y,
C. I'oultm-r, ll. Akers, F, H1-V4-I, Alforll, ll.
B1-env, R, Burton, lbuuin Amlersmm. Brown. lill-
flers, K, limwlltin-lil. Uzimp, l". llnmll.
liunim-,llz111uer, l". .Innvs, Bl. liilllu-y, fl. llilmns,
li, Lee, Holm, Lopvr, l.owry, ill-nnig::u1, l,0pul',
Gillespie, llull, tluilfrm-y. llllllllllt-'l'll'kNtlll, llun-
mlrullsmi, llillmore, lliuton, llugln-s, Link, Hunk,
lm-lwl, tim-mimi, W:ul'rm-11, llzmier, lgoe. Linus.
Leann-li. ll:-lillson, llil-In-us. R. .lolmsmm I'. John-
Lune, limwlx, lill'lx1HllI'll'li, liiml, .Ie-anis, llvrou, '
llill, Km-fe, Knoll.
ifurfl, C, . use, C. mm . .
xx, R Hlfll, -gk er, H. ugm-rs, . . : -11 -.
Rust, 0. Bl:-Kay, Orr, Pziinv, Xl, Ruthfmwl, I.
Mr'Xutt, X. Rnlrim-tt, ll. Miller, .l. Xu:-I. Xlirlmel. A Q
5lUll.KUlIlL'l'j', l'l-rin, Miller. 'N
MQN4-il. Roussvalll. Iivvse, Qualll. Pulse, I'iv1'r-v,
I'mlr--n, P. Miller.
Naylor, l'Ul'll'l', Perkins, l"lxvlps, Morrison.
Robertson, Nl-:ya-r. .l. Miller, Nloorn-, Ih'1-wnklmlm.
lingers, Ruln-nsti-in, Uslxorm-, Milnes, Ronmm-,
Nielsen, Rm'lnm"n, 'l'homuson. Ri-ill, Nainkiu, Ii.
Pruitt, .l, Miller.
Yung:-r, Skiller, li. Slllllll, 'I'olmy. F. Wilson,
l-1. 'l'lmnips4m, M, Wriulit, ll, 'l'urIier, li. Smith.
Wllitrilow li. Staulig, Scllovng'zl1'lll, li, Wray.
M. 'l':1ylor, Sc-hrenk, Sollwreg I. 'l'erry, ll. -
Tripp, Tillllllxlllll, l". Smith, W1-lull, IK. Vain Usdul,
Wilzlish, Y. Thorpe.
Wieklilfi-', Sherwin, Sears, 'l'ln'anuer, Sulllerlainnl,
Zeller, Ii. 'I'i'ipp, Wimlle. lVj'lIlV'l'.
Tim-gn-. Shelby, 'l'l1oreluy, Sclmrpf, S. Smith.
Simnlons, Toll, 'l'rospl-V.
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THE CLASS OF '37
September . . . 360 adventurous boys and girls begin life at Eugene High . . . November: they
produce the cleverly acted farce, "The Fatal Quest", in Hi-Jinks. . . February: the social spotlight
pays tribute to'VYash1ng'ton in scheme of Kolonial Kapers, annual soph informal. . . April: the class
sponsors an original radio broadcast over station KORE. . . Their versatile talents displayed, they
show promise of ably performing their more numerous duties as upperclassmen.
Jean Adele Gilbert--Robert M. Anderson
EUGENEAN 9 1935
October .... cool, clear, crisp, autumn days find school spirit pulsating to the
rhythmic chant of "Give 'em the Ax, the Ax, THE AX I" as the magic pigskin brings
to life again the romance and glamour of the gridiron and the grandstand. Hayward
field .... a night game .... dazling lights .... an expectant throng jams the stad-
ium .... a night team warms up .... eve rything's set .... the whistle blows ....
THE KICKOFF! .... Kramer's powerful eleven go into action, sweeping down the
field .... kicking, surging, tearing, plunging, ever-forward toward the goal-line ....
suddenly, a break in the line and Eugene's away .... down the field he goes, a new
hero in the making .... ten, fifteen, twenty, thirty, thirty-five yards for a TOUCH-
DOWN! The Axemen score again! Fans go wild, the crowd cheers, while the band
plays on, inspiring a victorious team to greater triumphs.
Burdened with a heavy activity schedule, the school welcomes a new organiza-
tion: the Service Club, a group of loyal stu dents resolved to further all school activi-
ties, and to assist in ,every way possible ....
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Kelly, Clark, Mvtlill, lhlllo, Warner, Mehl. llowsvl'
Hislmp, Colby, Brown, .l. Nei-ly, llutliriu, Mailus, Smith
B. New-ly, 'l'zxyloi', Rolwrtson, Haven, Swinili-ll, W. Walls
Ilanmer, lbiviz, Kimlmll, Shisler, Sn-urs, Loomzm. .L Smith
l'1-ti-rs. lizuifnmli, Nlc-Vlalin. Gilliam, llorzm, KI'2llIlt"I'.
AXEMEN IN ACTION
CAN DID CAMERA CLICKS
' EUGENEAN 0 1935 ...l-
Tzlylor, Xl-ely, Colby
.loy Smith. Ml-Ill, Roh-
erlson, Ilmvsvr Kelly
Ilislwp, Wallis, Warm-I
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limxwxuun, Walls, l'z1l
lauutine, N i in p s o n
Broun, IluIln'i1-, limp
er, Kaavvn. Ilnily, Sli'-
llill, Wriglll, ll ll II n
linwsvr, Nlzllos, Iizmtzl
lp.-you Sny-lm-r, Warm-r
X1-zir, Wright, 'l'uylul'
lmolllzlil, Hp:-1-r, .lm-li
sun, Ill-lil, Kr:ilmA1',l':lr
ler. NI4-lizly. lizlufnmn.
Flint. I..-11. Williams
Nelson, I-'owl4'1'. Atwzll
er, Wood, liowllow
len. lhvulil, llulu-'nsln-in
llvllullvll. Xlalwlv, Ilil
lu-rt, l'oult1-r, Svoriel
liillm-ll, I'iln1-y, Ilnl
ipps, lin-vel. Iiimlmll
NIUYPIINUII. l"l'yv, .Inlan-
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THE SEASON GF 1934
With only seven lettermen answering the Call for football in the early part of September,
Coach Fritz Kramer develooed one of the most powerful football teams in the state.
With a 6 to 0 victory over the alumni tucked under their belts, the Axemen journeyed to
Cottage Grove, October 5, and defeated the Lions, 19-0. On October 9, the Kramermen answered
the call "all aboard for Klamath Falls" and outplueked the plucky Klamath Pelicans, 19-6, on the
The following week the team ran up a large 27 to 7 score while defeating the Linfield Frosh
on Hayward field.
October 27 saw the Axemen the hosts of the underrated Spartan eleven, but the Axemen were
not good hosts and sent the Corvallis team home with a 13 to 6 defeat. fContiuued on Page 505
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EUGENEAN 0 1935
EUGENEAN 0 1935
November .... a setting of sullen, gray days finds interest turning from the
gridiron to the stage: the 1934 Hi-Jinks .... comedy, music, dancing, satire, marks
this all-school presentation .... capacity crowds fill the auditorium while backstage
all is in readiness .... technicians at the switchboard, casts assemble as a final touch
is given costume and make-up .... Director Christie gives the signal .... Lights!
. . . . CURTAIN! The show is on . . . . Scene changes: Hayward field . ...the Axe-
men battle the Golden Tide to a victorious finish: 15 to 0. Scene three: the National
Honor Society elects its chosen few from the senior class at a school assembly ....
new members to carry forward its high standards .... Scene four: the activity
spotlight shines on a new club .... The Paletteers, an art club .... devoted to give
expression to all that is creative, beautiful .... Last scene: the first nine weeks draw
to a close .... report cards soon .... the library is crowded with students .... some
preparing lessons .... others enjoying a veritable playground of print .... while a
silent, industrious staff works on .... ever-helping .... unselfishly serving ....
for the good of all ....
sc-ll, liuvm-son, Allen, l'on:lway, Fla-if-lwi'. lloikin, l'ilm-5'
Clow. W:n'm'l', llv!'g.:li:lI1. C'll:lmln-rs.
THE HONOR SOCIETY ASSEMBLY
'I'l'ipp. K'oIl'm:m. Ili-xriit, llyvrly, II. XI4-Ibonal-I, Ulflhzlm
llanson, Simpson, Swalrlliout, J, Xlcllollalil, llunhorg
.Inlnuson. Ilirrn-tl. Mzwslmll, Lord, lfisllwooil.
Bailgi-n, Morgzun, lI:imlniH, ll--mlrii-ksnm, llurnl, His-
I-II-I IN KS: 1934
Variety was the lxevnote oi the fmt INOXIUQ' x IllCl6Wlll1 PIOCILILUI n of H1J1IllxS piescntul No
xember T and 8 in the xthool dLlClItOl1LIlTl UINIG1 the il1liLfIlJIl of His l thtl Chaee Chllxtle
The orchestra pl1wS the hauntlng melody ot the sw mipl incls Song of the Bavou Xe
ting' and song well blended the Sophs tell a xtorv ot dukee death md dcxolatlon in thin lf It ll
Quest" .... the mingling melody of a cololful gwpsv camp iq the anne of the combmcd glee Llubx
offering, "Where the Calawan Restcd a cl 11116 Lxtr'1v1g'1n7'1 Mfiklng the Rounds is the
yuniors' contribution d.CCl'TlHl6CI for ite student dxretted ensembles Mask and Dagger dots 1
'xtirical pantomime At the Moxie the sen ltlOl1il I ning St'1IC1.l xrw ant depicting nl wsu
1 reek figures" proxu to he the Qhovw N 'utistu highlight thuc clunih allors ml JH in mx 101110.11
c' old maids pro ic fl o ns x lg ter mr t L S11 inte hor pmt lol thc
EUGENEAN 0 1935
EUGENEAN 0 1935 ii
December .... last month of the old year, and with it comes the traditional gaiety
of the yuletide season .... EHS reflects this festive mood in a whirlwind of varied
activities: the Band, 45 strong, gives a brilliant concert at the Music building on the
campus .... thrilling marches, melodic waltzes, well played, display trained tech-
nique .... and Mr. Moore's able direction.
Turning to the stage, the Juniors show their dramatic ability in that grand old
revival, "Mrs, Wiggs of the Cabbage Patch" .... a double cast scores another hit!
. . . . Young and old, the audiences enjoy the homey philosophy of this great Ameri-
can classic .... excellent characterizations truly create atmosphere of by-gone days.
Football season over, basketball, the favorite indoor sport comes to the fore-
ground .... this month sees our hoopsters in training for the important games of the
season, as yet to come ....
Vacation near .... students eagerly await the annual Christmas assembly ....
Auditorium gaily decked .... wreaths of holly, mistletoe and evergreens lend effect
to Gothic windows and sacred music in "Why the Chimes Rang" .... Favorite of all
times .... beautifully staged .... a prelude to a Merry Christmas.
son. l'urnutt, Si-olu-rl, lievm-rv, Rim-liar-I, Jollnson, H--:il
foul. Tripp, 'l'nc-km-r, Lilnlszly. Alilvot, Uslmriu-, B. .'Xll1ll'l'
Xl lei n Uilflx ll I I' X I I 1 ll lil 'i
n lei XI 1
H-.Il.1- n Timm.-
l'lun1mer, Siclxaifoosu, Samfnril, llulliwlim--. l'urry,
lu-unison, 'I'olu'y. -I. lieefv, lhllncziru, llorlon, Milla-r, Wut-
lb, Iii-1-fc. Ilel"i'm-vu-, Iiairlle-H. Yam FUSSEII, llllllgllllll. Nl.
Lightfoot. Nlorgzin. lleimignn. White, llowr, li. Light'
son, ll, A- 11 'sn , . Q, ug , '. 1 in---sou. 1- isou.
ll: 1,...-1 -, sl iiit- y, Allz ili, Y: iv 1. 1 oo-1-.
THE JUNIORS PRESENT "MRS. WIGGS-"
THE CHRISTMAS ASSEMBLY
'l'. Voc, llrsulcn, lit-rgg, Iniinln-'rgg lilmnl,
lipliley, ll. .Klnlm'rsini, .l. IM- l"revZe. li. linlicly
linrlon. liroolxs, t'. ltairton. l.. Q'ot'l'nizin.
li. Curtis. SI. lirown, Y. Atltison, F. Cox.
.Hu-i'naitli,i', lintliuott. Aii:Ii'm"ws. I'. Atwaltt-l', Unr-
rol, t'li4-st-lmm, li. liliot. lieu-rc,
i'i'ow:-, l'lY9I'illg,fil2llll. lizilrlnitt. Adzlins, Coul-
ter. liorougglis. llorzin, Bishop, Bonney, linlx-
lliM'I', lieynn-r, t'owan.
liirnm'lnnfl, Allen. l':1Iltin-r, ltlnclt, luxcll,
Cox, liluoin, lh's-wlutol, liurcli, Uoruin, t'lnls1'.
l'uug:il, Imnr':in. t'ln'islott'crson.
tb, lliinsnn. ll, llnnson, Nl, Little, li. tlrnlx.
l.ewcllen, Xl. llnglu-s, I.. llnleinzln, Il, Fostf-l'. 3
li. llugln-s, .li-lirics, A. llopc, lt. l"l'yc. llainks,
A. tiillt-spin-', Il, Johnson. A, Sniyly.
lirzutz. llolilvs. tlrailnnn. lioppt-, lim-pp, Ib.
ll'-ggliis, llogne. I., l-'4-gles. ll1-ntlerson. lIi-n:I4-r-
shot, tliuvliwlt, liinncy, li:-env, Flint, liilvlrc.
tiomllmv, Y. llill. Xl. llill,
Allnvvn. Kingsley, Jolinson, llvzul, l'. liilnlmll.
XI. Fry. li. llng:,g'ins. Y. Little, Nl. llai,x'wali-tl.
llir-It:-nson. llzini tlmllove. l'il'j'lIlil't', llussel-
nn-tli, tlonlil. tlillnln, II:-niingrson, llinnlin.
llanwly, tialno. lledniaun. llzunson, llzurnmn.
Il. Iliill. lwmlt-r, lXlIlL:'lli, llnrlucrt. l'i-1--leru-Its,
W. liziiilflimli, lflw-tr-ln-'i', .lol1nson, llylnntl, llzln-
l'i1'lti-rt, Nlinlgvr. ltcetz. Xlurlile. N4-lsnn, Mc-
llonell, X. Row. Rr-1-41:-1', l.inn. I.in:lgi'vn, Blil-
li'It. Nlzlnscll. Ric-kzlril.
ltinnltin. Nlull. Mow-. l,nsluy. I'zn'ltcr, I.atlnnn.
Nlorhtl. Logrsilon, I.ittl4-, l.untlsti'oin, lllilhnin,
l'-fltee. tbsnn-nllson, St4itl'oril, .I, Philips,
Xliillllvton. ltunltin, l.:1lnl+, F. Xt-cillniin, Rh--
Nlt-Vznltliini. J. X1-1-ly, Lylllilll, R1-id, l.ooinis,
Itom-rs, Nlctlill, Xloycr. lla-inining'son, Hilliann
llnnnpsun, Vin-4-lvl', I.. llrlgrllt, Il. Nlrlgilll.
XYn1'l'cli. ll. Siiwlxt-i'. ll. Smith. Ziinnu-1'1n:1n. H.
Sw-lnnidt. Il. ll. Willizllns.
l'. Willininson, IC. Willey. Ni0l'Ill0ll, Suttlc.
Nm'i'og'1g"x, Niinlnons, 'l':rg:t-rt. Stzlton, 'l'rox4-I. I..
ltut li. H
Yoltnin, 'IU-ng's. Snxxyer. li. Winn. Wether-
forul, Willson, Y:inYli1ft, Sinzirtt, Stes-lc,
lilltins, Wells, Scarlet. Sollverg-, Wzlrren.
iililllllvlllilllll, St-1lt'i'lin, S4-linst--r, Sinus.
THE CLASS OR '36
This year finds the class of '36, now upperclzissmen, firmly entrenched in school year .... to
them, go leading parts in many affairs. November: In Hi-Jinks they present "Making: the Rounds"
a tuneful musical revue .... later comes the Junior Informal, a football victory dance .... De-
cember: The juniors play "Mrs, Wiggs of the Cabbage Patch" to delighted audiences .... March:
The season's only formal, the Junior Prom follows an Oriental motif .... April: Outstanding.:
juniors are elected to the National Honor Society .... they sing leading roles in the opera, "Bo-
hemian Girl" .... from the class, student body officers are nominated, elected, and installed ....
leaders for another year, to carry on ....
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EUGENEAN 0 1935
January .... new year's resolutions .... school again and snow! Eugene high's
portals lay fringed with snow .... her windows mirror the students' wild glee ....
snowballs whizzing by .... slippery sidewalks .... while inside all reflects indus-
try and hard work .... boys in the shop, making things .... technical classes study-
ing industrial and commercial pursuits . . . . this typifies the spirit of the school . . . .
Leading activity of the month is basketball: wintry evenings beckon sport en-
thusiasts to the warm gym .... the Axemen quintet provide thrills aplenty .... win-
ning or losing, fair play marks hard fought battles .... Uni-high, our rival is defeat-
ed at McArthur Court, in a clashing tilt . . . . Springfield, St. Mary's fall under the
Ax in successive games .... an organized rooting section led by Yell-king Banta adds
a colorful note to winter sports .... the all-school Pep Club strives "to build and
foster a high type of school spirit and cooperation between the students .... "
The opening weeks of 1935 find exams, report cards, and the semester ending at
Eugene high .... the school year, half gone .... We seniors enter the last lap .... our
goal in view now, as Eugene high marches on ....
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E. H. S. HOOPSTERS
l!ul'ullg:lls, Taylor, Ilurlmzin, Wright. l'zn'1-n, Shisler,
l llllfl sm. lgov, Moyer, llnily.
Inserts: Conch Kr:um'r, :mul xllllllljlvl' !lr'Kuy.
BOXERS AN D WRESTLERS
uvk, Fo1'cc', Lanvr, Cougill, 'sher-
u-Cluin. Fish, lfolgmlaleii, Thomp-
son lxmh Anderson, Kc-rns, Torry, Sniartt, Neely,
Wulf rl, Warner, ll, Fish, Guthrie, Davin, Beymer,
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lizcll. Mullins, I'itm-lx,
Nlidillcton, 'l'cngs, Il.
Walls. Slit-lu-lson, lirut- f i.:
zlvr, Lyle. N. liazmln,
lloaru, Siiiinili-rs, Ro-
mame, Mc-Nutt, llurlwl't,
Gray. hll'lllTj'l'l', Ruth.
MEN OF AMERICA
l'urlvli', llill. llt-ad,
llronltliallm, ti 1' i gg' s
Russell. Xlzulmrrp. 'Vo-
lneil Co ll l t cr , livzlns.
llalstcrton. Williams, ll.
Smith. 0 t t m at n , R.
Smith. tkniliti-i'. Nlzlllx-ll
.L ' 'W
Ile-liltson, limit, Hog'-
s-rs. Ili-witt. l"i'yw-. Cal-
lzmtim-. lflltbllllli. Trox-
ol. Yolltsturt, llcming-
ilrivkson, Jolmston, At-
Rou, lb, Rmv, Sclmrpf,
Muir. lim-ll, Wallilorf.
Rutlu-rfoi'-I, Hood, Fry e.
Wvmi l"-llkm-r liim-
sliott. Tliompson, Rt-isv,
tion-rt-ll, Schmitt, 'I'hu-
m'm:um, .Kitt-rs. Bei-1-l,
Naylor, Scarlett, liinggs-
li-lx, Smith, llif-liens.
llzimi-r, Smith, Svotii-ld.
intl..-, um-. Lv.-. Flint.
Eugene high hoopsters nosed out a series of clean victories that definitely established the
superiority of the well-coached team above the u :ual run of hoop-tossing basketball teams. The
first conference game was played on the Eugene floor with Cottage Grove, Three days later the
Axemen journeyed to Albany where they lost, 20 to 15. The civil-war began two days later with
University highg here Eugene managed to win 35 to 14 in a bitterly fought game. After four days
of practice, Kramer and his Axemen played the Springfield high team, handing out a third defeat
and making two wins for Eugene. The "Giant Killers" from Saint Mary's were the next victims
of the super-crushing Axemen. The Axemen challenged the Oregon Frosh in a practice tilt losing
to their larger and more experienced cousins. The most thrilling game of the season was the first
clash against Corvallis, the winners of the confersnce, with Dick Wright playing the key pivot posi-
tion perfectly. Eugene closed the season with two games against Salem, winning the first tilt 29 to
27 at the Capitol City and losing the second 32 to?.4 on the Eugene floor. Burton Buroughs, junior,
lengthy center, was high point man, followed closely by Doc Taylor with 105 and 93 points scored
EUGENEAN 0 1935 cc. , c cc
February .... a flood of new activities rushes Eugene high into the beginning
of a new semester .... months have passed .... school actors, athletes and mus-
iciians have gained recognition in their respective fields of attainment .... now, an-
other group comes to the front .... the leading activity of this month is debate: EHS
arguers, under Coach Allison enter the forensic meet at McMinnville .... pitted
against teams from 21 schools, Eugene high debaters led by Speer and Devereaux
battle a worded way into the semi-finals . . . others rate high. . . .
Interesting events crowd Dean Constance's activity calendar .... in patriotic
pattern the sophomores honor Washington's birthday with an informal dance, the
Kolonial Kapers . . . Le Cercle Francais entertains all French students at a gay col-
orful Mardi Gras party .... old-world atmosphere suggested in costumed frolic, tra-
ditional celebration preceding Lent .... our mood changes from the frivolous to the
serious .... a five o'clock church service is the scene of the Girl Reserves' ring cere-
monial .... honors awarded 'mid reverent beauty of flickering candlelight and
strains of soft music ....
The new semester finds much interest aroused over the counselling classes for
seniors .... vital problems are openly and intelligently discussed .... fresh fields
of thought are explored .... stimulated .... Eugene high takes another distinct
step forward ....
. . 1 X s .
Rvelz. Ros:-, l'lunnm-r. Williams, lil'Y4'l'l'illlX, Ml'f'l'lIlfkt'll,
Rofwk. lieu-wzuix, Flinl. l'i1m-y, J, ling:-l's, limliu-nit, Coll-
fxlurris, l"ui'll-r, Stauhul, A, ling:-i's, llunt, Speer, Gibson, li
Rugrvrs. l'mlllm', lizvll. Allison. Harrell. I.:1lu-. Sli-lhnwll, Blau'
ple. l,llx'u:1s, l"i'yv, R1-ill, l':n't1-r, Wulilurf.
LE CERCLE FRANCAIS
Small, llalrsllzlll. Lnlw, lllalis, 'lwillPlllllSUll, Nelson, Hhull
Sllipworlln, Nluscllgil, Illlllil0l',1f, Wormlen, i'il'i!'lxSUll, Kinney
lluril, Siu-4-l', l.ux'zl:is, Griswold.
EUGENEAN 0 1935
Pole, lt. Rlltlllilii, Rim. Marple-, Gurdon. Ho-llim-, Uullell,
live" lands, IC. Rlmllailt, Amlc-l'sun, Wrirhi, Luslw, llnilvy,
'nrli-r, Hlnlrvs, Hurrell. f'ililllIll1'I'N, Hlxillvrli, Smith. K. Mill'-
SOPHS DO KOLONIAL
I-. xlllllilllls. Illlgliu-s,
llslllwlc. lt. Rlioxmll, Shields,
Nmlxlix. ll. ll'l'ig'l1l, Waln-
lon. XIol':':1n, Rose, Ilen-
ilrivltsoll. IC. Rlionzllt, Hilf
ll- W"iU.'lIl. Vo:-, XYlll'l'lt'l',
tlorllon, .I. Vllzusm-. Iirzxly,
'l':llnii-sic, Vlzncltzn. Imvis.
'I' .I hx lo V. lf. Lev. 'I'1'ilvp.
Ilvllmlvlsuln, Marx, 'l'uvlwl'.
Iloh-nmn. l':ni'roll, Rohi-
lu-Il. limllzllll. 'I'll4npe. Xlv-
Ibomllll, Iiissn-Il, I.ushIx,
llvn-Iuslnoll l'ornuIt Ili--
I"l'e1-ww-, Ilolmlws, I'llllnlm'l'.
Xllnnls. Hollis, Nllllll, Y,
Huxv, Uriss, 1JillI1'I'l, Hul-
rvll. Ilvuill, li. Lev. Linn,
Vlmsv. lilmxn. Ilnlll. llalllf
sull. lull:-Its-rin. l ll:-svlxro.
lin-Ifl'-x, Svllrznlt, lluinlml.
X1-Iler, Ifljw, liuili-hx. l'nlI:l-
unix, IXIIIIH'-X, mfttl--. Noi-
-Ion, I':u'lwr. Wzillwr, Hou,
lllX'1'I'l'2lllX, Speer, Nlzlr
plc. I.uvqms. Rl-i-I. Wzllflorf.
l'ill'lI'I', Allison, Nluvris.
This year Eugene high was represented by a debate team of which it may well be proud.
Coach Allison developed a handful of inexperienced arguers into one of the most polished and suc-
cessful debating teams ever to represent our school.
In November, the debate squad and Nestorian Public-Speaking club put on a pay assembly
featuring a mock debate, on the subject: "Resolved, That all debaters should be tarred and feath-
ered". The financial returns were sufficient to take five teams of debaters to the annual McMinn-
ville tournament. One of these teams, composed of Bob Speer and Charles Devereaux, worked its
way into the semi-finals but was eventually defeated by the tournament champions.
The varsity team composed of John Luvaas fcaptainb, Kenneth Marple, Bob Speer and
Charles Devereaux, took the District Championship by winning all of its ten debates. The team
then went North to defeat Dallas by a wide margin thus becoming' champion of both the Southern
and Middle Willamette Districts, 12 schools altogether.
EUGENEAN 0 1935 D
EUGENEAN 9 1935 il
March .... wind and rain mingle with sunshine and clouds .... to Eugene high
this matters little .... rain or shine, her spirit is the top! Suggestive of the month
is the March Hare party sponsored by the the Girls' League .... clever costumes en-
liven characters from the pages of Alice's famed adventures in Wonderland .... in
the same carefree vein is the coming of sp ring .... a welcomed return to outdoor
recreation and sports. . . .
Our attention is drawn to another land of make-believe and illusion: the stage
. . . . Mask and Dagger goes Harlem in a pay assembly to raise money for stage equip-
ment .... Later in the month the club's annual invitational evening .... three excel-
lent one-act plays are presented for a capacity crowd .... varied types are portrayed
in fantasy, comedy, and melodrama .... Judges select "The Florist Shop" as best
. . . . colorful setting, humorous lines contribute to success of the actors' and direc-
tor's efforts. . . .
Imagine a bit of old Japan in springtime .... snowcapped peaks, cool mirrored
pools .... fragrant flowers set among a background of ominous Oriental warriors
. . . . incense offered to the gods spirals upward to the heavens . . . . sending out its
mystic message .... Imagine smartly gowned ladies, with their immaculately groom-
ed escorts .... dancing to softly syncopated strains .... Imagine all this tif you
canj and you have our impression of an evening in a Japanese garden ....
l'lumnu-i', lillhil, llill, i,ill'NHlI, Xlurris. 1l1'iswul4I, llzilninill,
iillllli, filislggzlli, l'l:lslx:1, l.illl:-, Y, l.1'i', lf. lm:-. liuril. llvlili-
sou, llewill, Iivilli, Iluril, Woods, I'uii:uw:x5, limi, Olson,
Rzinltin, I-Iiidirult. ll-qw, Williulns, Xlicfliau-ls.
BOYS' ARCHERY CLUB
Img-iris, Su':ui'Iluuil. l'l:lslx:l,1lu4ul, Walls, In-slis-. llvlikson
Jiililisuii. Xlivlwlsnn, Imillv, K1-vfv. l"i'wlvl'i1'lxs, Soul, ll:lrl11'i'l
Vliillips, l.:im-, lrusper.
GIRLS' LETTER CLUB
Wzzrm-r. Wilfmwl tirali, Xvlson. Il, Williams, Gillespie
Flint, l'lmmlu-rs, llulfl, II1-nnigrnn, l.. Wright, Mnrfitl. Frye
Um-, ll. Wriglii. llulr-iimu. 'l'liuy1-r. Nl:irplv. Row. Saunders
'l'lumipsun, Williznnsmi. lh-nilric-lxsnri, Spenser, II u gli 0 S
llnvln-, Bissell. Rc-'i4l, n:IlxQ'l'. Vlnsliai. Ili-likson. Pursley, ROS'
-Asl, Sinyly. lil-wilt, llzlnson, Kililiv. l':1l'roll, Hope, Little
lil. Kinney. Hoocllow, lluut, Barton. llenderson, Loc, COIIR
way, l'luninu-r, IC, Kinney, F. Williams, llnmlicott, Hobbs
MASK AND DAGGER
1 - -
111-111. 4.1111111. 11111111-1'-
t111'1l. N14-u'11s1111, 511111111-
lllll. N1-1113 IM-11-1'--:111x.
1Y:1I11o1'f. I'l1i1Iips. 511115
111-rt, Speer, I'i1111-y. Rub'
1111sl1'111. X11-1i:1.1', Skip-
XXn!'lll, Si111pso11, 11:11-Il,
Wi11i:1111s, 511111114 121-rrell.
I'111'l1-r, 1.111':1:1s. 1'I1:1111-
lwrs. l':11'111i1'l1:11-1, W51111,
tl. 1"1i111. 1i111'gI1:111. lllllilj-
1-1'. M1111-1'so11, 14111 11111,
II1 ,11I1-1s1111II. X1 11 1' ll 1 1' ,
II1-xxitl, 111-llo11e11, N111-
Ilow, 1lv'11111'i1l1so11, 1l111'111--
11111. Xrlson, l'111'sI1'5. N.
son. 11. Row, 11:11'lo11.
11111114 I.:11'm11, llllsll, KK
1"1i11l. 111,551-1 s, lllllll,
421115, I. i I I 11-. '1'1'1vx1-1.
.I1-1111slo11. 1'I11 isliv. Woo11.
ser, 111-111, lliltorul,
"'I'111' 1-'I111'isI Nllolf'
Dancing at the foot of the sacred volcano, Fujiyama in a veritable bower of Japanese spring-
time loveliness and color, was the experience of the many who attended the prom on March 22.
Heavy boughs of purple Wisteria and pale pink pfaeh blossoms with colorful butterflies dipping in
and out, swayed gently over the dancers heads as they glided rhythmically to the tantalizing tunes
of Sherwood Burr's orchestra. The mingling fragrance of Wisteria, peach and quince blossoms,
Oriental incense and gardenias gave an exotic air to this gala formal affair, held in honor of the
graduation seniors by the junior class. Following the Oriental theme the programs were metallic
gold, black and green.
EUGENEAN 9 1935 E Ei
g EUGENEAN 0 1935
April .... warm weather, springtime and flowers .... yes, there's music in the
air, too .... the Mixed Chorus sings "Bch emian Girl" to enthralled audiences ....
flowing melodies, superbly sung .... superlatives showered on soloists, ensembles,
and directors .... the city plays host to state band contest .... our band wins the
marching contest .... our soloists rank among the first .... Eugene is represented at
Northwest Music Conference at Boise . . . . leading members of orchestra and glee
clubs go .... they play leading parts . . . . win honors .... gain recognition and
valuable training. Another victory added to the season's spoils ....
Spring sports and activities find eager followers .... Outdoor club spends week-
end at Carter Lake .... inter-rollroom baseball provides noontime enjoyment ....
golf, baseball, track teams, all train for coming contests .... the staff takes pictures
for 1935 yearbook, sales best in years .... Axemen's Council sells tags to raise money
for boys' den .... school pride grows, with mounting success and determined efforts
of "BE Up! Clean Up!" campaign .... snappy posters advertise civic betterment
drive .... results notable .... Dean Jewell explains how to do "this instead of that,"
at the Honor Society assembly .... outstanding juniors and seniors selected ....
Doc Near, his year of achievement completed, installs the new president, a worthy
successor to the executive office .... as ever, "the old order changeth .... "
Womls, N4-ttln-. llsirr, lizlrlon, l'I1Iu':u'1ls, Blum-ll, Il. liow.
In-vw-rezilix, liruulxs, Iizintxl. Jully, Nelson, Skipworlli.
llnlvh, Gould, Phillips, lluggius, Link, Mvlbom-ll, Ilavis,
Ililmlls, Olson, .Mkinsoig llull, llre-wer, Hmullow, lingers.
Yun llsslvl. Collins, I.. Fl'g:Ies, 'I'llumpsuu, 'l'lliiill'. Henni-
gzin, l"l'wlel'ic'ks, Rumi-li, Thlllltflllilllll, liuufmaui. Heron,
Frw, ' a ln rs, Sit'Yl'llSUll, Kni'hl. Ml'l'l'2ll'k0ll, lin-lit.
son, l'airmir-hal-1, l ssill. Rutlu-l'fu1'4l, Hkllltil-'ll, Sillllll s,
Fillson. Su'ul'tlinul, Boykin, Siinps-nn, Wood, IP, IN-gli-s,
1 l l uwn 1 ll mall l urrvl, Hi-olu-rt
W ' '
1-iss. N. Rim,
liilisnn. llirllens. Sullivan. Wzirl'm-lu, l'lu-sn-lam, llvlln-1'
lim-. llrzlliaini, ltloorv, Knppn-, Sivkzifoosl-, Mau-lx, Small
liralz. Ulu-rry. Hilfry. Coimwziy, lloyl. Kinney iilliiilll0l't'
Clll'l'j', liuslsy, live, l.iglitfuol, .Kll:lu, llvlikson, Bziilk-'y
'l'ulmey, V:1nVli1-l, limlfry, MiC'illll'i. llunsou. Frederic-kson
I Klum e L.
Burm-son, Stipv, Roi-l. Wailclorf, llzirlu-rl, llillmzin, l'v:il'-
1 lu ler
llrny, lla-witl, Trsxe , .a , Vs ' 1. I .
Howl, Ilivln-lx, Mullins.
Ii. llzills, llrigrlit, bww.
Lyle, Fowler. Flint, Near,
Jnlnnsnn, lgov, R ri Ill 11 n e,
K'onIlel', Xl.u'li. Ki-Iwi-ll.
.lnI1nson. II. Wallis. Ihlvls.
.I. Ilng'1-rs, Pitney, ltutll,
Iiulwr. Vlalsltai, K' n 1' n in,
Nl aills. I In-Ley.
PACK RATS 'Vi I . f
1'nl'ln-lills, Yultllin, linml, 'i
l,.x'lv, Shun. Link, Wai-
! X b
y is Ili' ,F Q
. r f :Qu -., qgi,
iw F, A
son, Su'ui'Ilinin. Slorsv. Ii.
Stl-4-l. t'rmx. l"In-ips. Iii-rns,
Ilillnmn, l'. Jollnsnn, liiil- '1
Toll. Idlwleiic-Its, Nl:ill:ll'l'y.
Ii, Wzills, l'l11'Iis, Freml-
riwks. Iizililnil. I lu s lt :i,
Sm-Inirpf, Ilii-in-li, Nlnllins.
I'itn--5. XMM-11, Iiirltpzill
riclt. Iirutzler, Wutltins.
N 1 ni ni ni n s. Min lfussvn.
An organization to represent the boys of Eugene high, to discover the boys' problems, and to
find solutions for these problems is the Axemen's Council. The members are all boys, presidents of
clubs whose membership is 60 per cent boys. The Axemen's Council was organized by the Hi-Y. Up to
the present time it has sponsored a "Respect for School Property" campaign, noon dances and base-
ball games between the Roll rooms.
In April the council cooperated with the Hi-Y insuring the success of the "Be Up! Clean-Up!"
campaign, which was the outstanding civic achievement of the school year. In order that the pur-
poses of the Axemen's Council could be carried out, Boys' Roll Room representatives were elected,
under the supervision of the Axemen's Council. Robert Mack was president of the council, Don
Good was secretary and the advisers were Will M. Kirlwell and H. B. Johnson.
21 EUGENEAN 9 1935
EUGENEAN 0 1935 .il
May .... the last month of school climaxes a successful year of interesting study
and activity .... a keynote to the joyous season is the Girls' May Day Party .... a
brilliant court witnesses the coronation of beautiful Queen Deloris, surrounded by a
bevy of lovely princesses .... her loyal subjects wind traditional Maypole .... her
majesty reigns supreme over festive followers .... long live the queen!
From Broadway to Eugene high, that's the senior class play, "Three-Cornered
Moon" .... the crazy Rimplegars romp through a witty comedy of a family who
learned to take it .... as well as give it. Moral: much margin means more money!
This month sees spring sports in full swing: our baseball team shows promise
in opening games .... trackmen compete in several meets .... the school golf team
goes to Salem to play in state tournament .... state champions last year, we win
again .... Spring weather lures clubs outdoors for picnic gathernigs .... Kinsey
Kabin is scene of delightful retreat for Girl Reserves ....
Last day of May is Senior day .... an all-school assembly honors the graduat-
ing class of 1935 .... at noon, the senior luncheon .... afternoon and evening finds
the class enjoying nature Cand themselvesl in the secluded haunts of Swimmer's De-
light .... this memorable day will not pa ss with the months into oblivion ....
Hullllmr, Howl, Blvlntyrf-, lh'vr'htvI, i'1-luriv, Russell,
li4ll'UllQ4'ilN, Walls, SillSil'I', 'l'-iylnr. Wright. 'l'lnmem:um,
X I 'lxsnrlI. lirzmu-r, Spin-' ll I 4
Sing on, Vallauvnliluc. Wauwn-r, Blanlos, St:ifl'orml, Kramer
Lyle, ll-:rr--il. Williams, llowmaul.
l.-. EUGENEAN 0 1935
J' N A 5 v
i HW! A
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IN THE MERRY MONTH OF MAY
Vine-covered walls encircling the court offer unusual pictorial effects as seen through the
familiar hall windows .... the gracious May queen and her attendants pose for our cameraman
. . . . they are, the Misses Hendrickson, Anderson, Weiss, Hunt and Rogers. The departing seniors
present an over 'tstocked" family in the New York hit, "Three-Cornered Moon" .... Each semes-
ter the Girls' League awards a cup to the three girls having the highest scholastic standing' in their
respective classes. First semester winners are: Elma Parkhurst iseniorb, Natalie Row, fjuniorj,
Ethel Rhonalt fsophomorej. May marks the appearance of the 34th volume of the high school
yearbook, The Eugenean .... the '35 edition is a startling variation .... Members and advisers
of the staff fseen in the picturel include: Pitney, Griswold, Roadman, Gorrell, Waldorf, Plum-
mer, Kinsey, Row, Marshall, Porter, Snyder, Lee, Speer, Chase. Our more frequent informer of
student opinion and activity, the E.H.S. News, completed its year with a special senior issue, dedi-
cated to the grzuluating class of 1935 and their final activities ....
Youth marches on. Though not complete,
Life stretches out before us there,---
A golden path with no defeat,
N o thought of storm, no dream of care.
Strong heart of youth! Now, as we turn
To view the days we leave behind,
We gain new strength, our spirits yearn
For life and joy, new fields to find.
Yet, if storm clouds prevail at length,
This be our prayer .... not skies of blue,
Just give us mind and soul and strength,
And help us, God, to follow through.
June .... to seniors, a time of farewell to our school, and friends and activities
there .... our goal is near now .... baccalaureate comes .... in silence we medi-
tate the wise counsel of another generation .... then commencement .... McArthur
court ablaze, to honor Eugene high's largest graduating class .... long lines of sen-
iors file in side by side, each to his place .... high hopes and ambitions ahead ....
parents and friends listen as tomorrow's generation speaks a bold challenge to the old
regime, in a plea for the new .... for the future .... from the ruins, come visions of
a new structure, a new order out of the chaos and confusion of the past ....
June .... our dream complete, our goal realized .... we stand at the gateway
to life .... our work here, done .... a milestone on our way, passed .... school
days gone .... memories linger .... the years, our paths will part .... to cross
again, perhaps, someday, somehow, somewhere on life's long journey .... we shall
forget, but never this ....
Alvhnf, A111-s, Allvn. I". Aluil-Tson, M. Alnla-rs
linker, A. Hull:-. H. Hulk-, B:m1:x, Bartlett
B1-:lim-'1', lim-l',g:l1:ll1, livrgrlllzln, Iiertvlsen. llillm
Iiissn-ll, HUXYIIIIUI. Iimvsz-r, linykin, Hl'flllQ'll
h'i1ig,5v, liriprgs, Ihnwn, lixwmlntivlfl, limwnson
liuxh. Iiyvrly, Vzlllanlltilun-. f'2ll'l9y. Q'ilI'lllil'hllI'
C2lI'I'llHll'I'S. Uurter. Cary, Uvlurin-, l'h1llllIN'I's
l'l1l'islensvl1, Clow, IS, Plznskal, ll. Vlilrikil, U0
Cumnwny. Full:-tt. Vurnnlt, l'rw-kurfl, Furry
Imvis. lionnisun. Ihwvlw-zlllx, Ilivlwy, lbirrc-tt
lb. lbmhls, II. llmluls, llruper, lmmu. linrl
Elliott, lfllsn-nsolm, lirivltsulu. lflvn-rn-tt, l":lug'llt
l'lillllIIl4'l', Flint, Fort-0, Forstrom, Fox
Fl'e1ln-ri:-ks:-n, Gibson, Uilfry, tlzxlllaml, tlnltlen
Good, Gurdon, Gorrell, Gray, Griswold
tlullml, Hilllllllltt, Hansvn, Hart, llurtmzm
R Hatch, W. Hatch, Head, Helikson, Hvmingsen
Hendrickson, Hennigan. Herlor-kr-r
EUGENEAN 0 1935
ABBOTT, CHARLES WILLIAM-Band 2-33 College
ADES, JUNE ELIZABETH--Girls' League3 Commer-
ALLEN, MARGUERITE LOUISE-Inter Nos 33 Lib-
rary Staff 3.
ANDERSON, FRANK J.-Band 1-2-33 College Prep.
ANDERSON, MARIE CHARLOT-Mask and Dagger 23
Glee Club 1-23 "Pinafore" 13 May Day Prin-
cess3 "Mama's Baby Boy" 23 "Three-Cornered
BAKER., KAY A.-Outdoor Club 33 College Prep.
BALLE, ALBERT JOE-Football 1-33 Mask and Dag-
BALLE, SIDONIA MAITY-Girls' League3 College
BANTA, DERWENT CHARLES-Mixed Chorus 1-2-35
President3 Yell Leader 33 "Pinafore" 13 "Pir-
ates of Penzance"23 "Bohemian Girl" 3.
BARTLETT, EDITH MILDRED-Girls' Leag-ue3 Com-
BAUER, DAVID FRANKLIN--Class Vice-president 13
BEAMER, DALE A.-Le Cercle Francais 33 College
BERGI-IAN, JEAN FRANCES-National Honor So-
ciety 33 Library Staff 3.
BERTELSEN, LUCILLE ELIZABETH-Gil'lS' League3
College Prep. Course.
BILLING, RUTH-Entered from Corvallis Highj
Home Economics Course.
BIssELL, VELMA-Letter Club 33 Girl Reserves 33
Library Staff 3.
BOWMAN, DON CLAIRE-Track 1-23 E Club 33
News Staff 3.
BOYKIN, HELENGRAY-National Honor Society 2-
33 Secretary of Girls' League 33 Mask and Dag-
ger 1-2-33 Mixed Chorus 2-33 Paletteers 33
"Mama's Baby Boy" 23 "Pirates of Penzance" 3.
BowsER, KENNETH EUGENE-Football 2-33 E Club
33 Rifle Club 13 Mixed Chorus 1-33 "Pinafore" 1.
BRADEN, EDNA-Girls' League3 Home Economics
BRIDGE, JEWEL LUELINOR-Le Cercle Francais 33
College Prep. Course.
BRIGGS, ELTON B.--Entered from Coquille High3
BROWN, BLANDA DoRoTHY+Girls' League3 Col-
lege Prep Course.
BROWN, EUGENE RAYMOND-Football 33 E Club 3.
BROWN, WAYNE-Entered from Subbock High 3
College Prep Course.
BROWNFIELD, GRANT LYLE-Industrial Course3
Manager Candy Counter 3.
BROWNSON, JOHN HERBERT-Commercial Course.
BUSH, BARBARA AMY-Mask and Dagger 1-33
"Three Cornered Moon3 Diana Club.
BYERLY, RUTH ELENOR-Girls' Leagueg College
CALLANTINE, WALTER RUSSELL- E Club 2-33
Track 1-2-33 College Prep. Course.
CARLEY, DORRANCE WESLEY-Tumbling Team
Captain 2-33 Industrial Course.
CARMICI-IAEL, COLLEEN-Girls' League3 Commer-
CARRUTHERS, GORDON E.-Commercial Course.
CARTER, MORRIS ALFRED-Nestorians 23 Service
Club 2-33 Student Council 2-33 E Club 33 Chess
CARY, LEONARD GEORGE+-Industrial Course.
CELORIE, FRANCIS EMMETT-Entered from Port-
landg Baseball 33 News Staff.
CHAMBERS, RICHARD ELMORE-National Honor
Societyg Mask and Dagger 33 Inter NOS3 Serv-
CHRISTENSEN, ANDREW S.-Entered from Siuslaw
High3 College Prep. Course.
CLASKA, HORTENSE MARGARET-Girls' Letter Club
2-33 Girl Reserves 33 Diana Club 3.
CLASKA, BLAISE-Rifle Club 1-2-33 Outdoor Club
3g Archery Club 2-33 Pep Club 2-33 Orchestra
1-2-33 Band 1.
CLOW, BLANCHE DORIS-Entered from Portland3
Library Staff 3.
COLBY, LYNN-Inter Nos 33 College Prep. Course.
COLLETT, ELAINE MARJORY-Inter Nosg College
CONAWAY, MADGE JUNETTE-National Honor So
ciety 2-33 Cercle Francais 2-33 Girl Reserves
2-33 Diana Club 1-2-33 fPres.J Girls' Letter
Club 1-2-33 Orchestra 1-2-3.
CORNUTT, VIVIAN--Orchestra3 Band.
CROCKARD, UNDINE SYLVIA-C0llege Prep. Course.
CURRY, WILLIAM Ross-Band 1-2-33 Orchestra 1-
CURTIS, EARL WATT-Industrial Course.
DAILY, ROBERT L.-Basketball 33 Archery Club 33
DAVIS, FRANKLIN AUSTIN-Outdoor Club 23
DENISON, CHARLES-Band 2-33 Baseball 23 Foot-
DEVEREAUX, CHARLES-National Honor Society 2-
35 Inter Nos 2-3, Pres.5 Mask and Dagger Club
35 Debate 2-35 Nestorian 2-35 "Pirates of Penz-
ance" 25 "Mama's Baby Boy" 25 "Bohemian
Girl 35 Commencement Speaker.
DIOKEY, THAYER R.-Rifle Club 3, Pres.5 Out-
door Club 3.
DIRRETT, JUNE ROSE-Sec. Treas. of Senior Class
35 Paletteers 3.
DODDS, DORIS ALIA-Entered from Crow5 News
Staff 35 College Prep. Course.
DODDS, HELEN J ULIA--Entered from Crow5 News
Staff 35 College Prep. Course.
DRAPER, DARRELL MORTON--Student Council 25
Golf 2-35 Technical Course.
DUNN, JOHN W.-Baseball 1-2-35 Basketball 35
EARL, CHARLOTTE MARCEII:-Entered from Myrtle
Point5 Girls' League.
ELLIOT, GRACE FLORENCE-Girls' League.
ELSENSOHN, DOROTHY MAY-Entered from Pom-
eroy, WashingtOn5 Girls' League.
ERICKSON, EVELYN LUIS-Le Cercle Francais 2-35
Girl Reserves 1-2-35 Diana Club 2-3.
EVERETT, ADRED LEE-Glee Club 1-25 "Pirates of
FAUGHT, ANNETTI-1 WESLIE-Entered from Uni-
versity Highg General Course.
FINDTNER, FREDERICK ROBERT-Golf Club 15 Rifle
Club 2-35 Football 35 "Three Cornered Moon" 3.
FLINT, GEORGE WESLEY-Class President 35 Na-
tional Honor Society 35 Hi-Y 3, President5
Student Council 1-25 Nestorians 2-3, President5
Mask and Dagger 2-35 Band 1-25 Pep Club 35
"Mama's Baby Boy" 2.
FORCE, DARWIN DECKER-Hi-.links 15 Industrial
FORSTROM, JEANNE AUDALEY-Mask and Dagger
Club 2-35 Glee Club 1-25 "Pinafore" "Pirates
FOX, LAWRENCE-Stamp Club 35 Commercial
FREDERICKSEN, ERNEST-Orchestra 1-2-35 Mixed
GIBSON, RALPH M.-Orchestra 1-2-35 Nestorian
GILFREY, JOHN WENDELIf-National Honor So-
ciety 3, President5 Band 1-2-35 President 35 Or-
chestra 1-2-35 Hi-Y 35 Jane Thatcher Cup 3.
GODDARD, VERA KATHRYNE-Girls' Letter Club 15
GOLDEN, HEIJEN MARIE-Girl Reserves 1-2-35
Diana Club 2-3.
GOOD, DON EDWARD-Archery Club 2-3, President5
Pack Rats 35 Pep Club 35 Rifle Club 25 Chess
GOOD, DONALD WAYNE-Baseball 2-35 General
GORDON, DOROTHY GRACE-Girl Reserves 2-35
Girls' Letter Club 2-35 Latin Club 2-3.
GORRELL, HELEN - Entered from U. H. S. 35
National Honor Society 35 Girls' League Coun-
cil 35 Eugenean Staff 35 Mask and Dagger 35
Nestorians 35 Glee Club 35 "Bohemian Girl" 35
Sextet 35 "Three Cornered Moon."
GRAY, CARLTON RALPH-Craftsmen's Club 35 Out-
door Club 35 "Three Cornered Moon" 3.
GRAY, EDGAR LANE-General Course.
GRISWOLD, DOROTHY MAXINE-National Honor
Society 35 Mask and Dagger Club 1-2-35 Pep
Club 35 Cercle Francais 2-35 Diana Club 35
Annual Staff 35 Mixed Chorus 35 News Staff
35 "Bohemian Girl" 35 "Mama's Baby Boy" 25
"Three Cornered Moon" 3.
GUILD, MARTHA DEWEESE-Archery Club 35 Glee
Club 15 "Pinafore" 1.
HAMMITT, VIRGINIA-Diana Club 2-35 Girl Re-
serves 2-35 Inter Nos 35 Library Staff 35
Faculty Teas 2.
HAND, GAIL D.-Entered from Woodrow Wilson5
HANSON, STANLEY CLIFFORD-Mixed Chorus 2-35
Rifle Club 25 "The Pirates of Penzance" 2.
HART, MARJORIE M.-Girls' Letter Club 2-35 Col-
lege Prep. Course.
HARTMAN, CARTER EWING-Basketball 35 Track 3.
HATCH, RAYMOND E.-Outdoor Club 35 Chess
Club 35 "The Bohemian Girl" 3.
HATCH, WILMA ELIZABETH-Girls' Leagueg Col-
lege Prep. Course.
HEAD, OTHO M.-Industrial Relations 2-35 CO1-
lege Prep. Course.
HELIKSON, IRMA LENORA - National Honor So-
ciety 35 Girls' Letter Club 1-2-3, President5
Mask and Dagger 2-35 Diana Club 2-35 Pep
Club 35 Dancing Chorus 35 "Mamma's Baby
HEMINGSEN, PAUL-Pep Club 35 Mixed Chorus
2-3, President5 "Pirates of Penzance" 25 "The
Bohemian Girl" 3.
HENDRICKSON, DOROTHY JOANNE-Student Body
Treasurer 35 National Honor Society 35 Girl
Reserves 35 Girls' Letter Club 1-2-35 Pen Club
35 Service Club 35 Library Staff 35 Faculty
Teas 25 May Day Princess.
HENNIGAN, MARTHA MARGARET-Orchestra 1-2-35
String Quartet 2.
HERLOCKER, EUGENE MUREL-Mask and Dagger
35 General Course.
EUGENEAN 0 1935
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Mallos. Marx. MZISPIIQIH, Masters, Malstertnm
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Myrmu, E. Nagle, M. Naugh-
EUGENEAN 0 1935
HERRMANN, WILLIAM CHARLES-Football 1-2-35
"Sonia" 15 "Mikado" 25 "Pinafore" 3.
HEWITT, FERNE ELEANOR-Pep Club 35 Paletteers
25 Diana Club 35 Girl Reserves 1-2-35 Girls'
Letter Club 1-2-35 Stamp Club 3.
HEWITT, JEAN IRVA--Mask and Dagger 35 Honor
Society 35 Mixed Chorus 1-2-35 "Mamma's Baby
Boy" 25 "Pirates of Penzance" 25 "The Bohe-
mian Girl" 3.
HILL, THELMA LEE-Student Council 15 Golf Club
15 "Mikado" 1.
HILL, WILLIAM F.-Track 35 General Course.
HILL , GRACE VIRGINIA-Entered from Grants
Passg Girls' League5 General Course.
HILLMAN, LESTER G. - Mixed Chorus 1-2-35
"Pirates of Penzance" 25 "Bohemian Girl" 35
"Three Cornered Moon" 3.
HOARE, GORDON HARRY - Shop Club5 General
HOLLINGSWORTH, GUILFORD L. - National Honor
Society 35 Mask and Dagger 35 Stage Crew
HORTON, MAXINE-Girls' Letter Club 1-2-35 Band
HOUGLUM, KATHLEEN GENEvIEvE-Secretary of
Student Body 35 National Honor Society 2-35
Band 2-35 Mixed Chorus 2-35 Student Council
15 Cercle Francais 35 "Pinafore" 2.
HOWELL, BURNICE ILI-:NE-Entered frpm Portland5
HUFF, HELEN IRENE-Girls' League5 Home Eco-
HUGHES, LILA LUCILLE-Diana Club 35 Commer-
HUNT, LORRAINE - National Honor Society 35
Girls' League Council 15 Mask and Dagger 2-35
Nestorian 35 Girls' Letter Club 1-2-35 Pep Club
35 "Mamma's Baby Boy" 25 "Pinafore" 15
"Pirates of Penzance" 25 May Day Princess5
Inter Nos 25 Three Cornered Moon" 3.
HURD, ALICE ELIZABETH-National Honor Society
35 Girls' Letter Club 1-2-35 Diana Club 2-35
Mixed Chorus 2-35 "Pinafore"5 "Pirates of
HURD, SHFIIADON-Stamp Club 35 Technical
JACKSON, BYRON E.-Golf Team 2-35 Commercial
JAMES, DELPHINE Lois-Girls' League5 College
JOHANSEN, LOIS J.-Girls' League5 Home Econ-
JOHNSON, LEONA-Band 1-2-35 General Course.
JOHNSON, MERCELLA IONE-Girls' Letter Club 1-
25 Commercial Course.
JOHNSON, RUTH-Girls' League5 Paletteers 35
JUDY, HELEN ISABELLE-Entered from Medfordg
Mixed Chorus 35 "Bohemian Girl" 35 College
KEEFE, DANIEL EDWARD-Band 1-2-35 Chess Club
35 Archery Club 35 Mixed Chorus 25 "Pirates
of Penzance" 2.
KEITH, GLADYS MAY--Archery Club 35 Girls'
League5 College Prep. Course.
KING, CLYDE WENDELL-Entered from Alvadoreg
KINNEY, EILEEN MAY-Girls' League Council 2-
35 Le Cercle Francais 2-35 National Honor So-
cietyg Girls' Letter Club5 Girl Reservesg Arch-
ery Clubg Commencement Speaker.
KRUGER, RONALD KETTH-Entered from Modesto,
Californiag College Prep. Course.
LAKE, RUTH MARIE-Le Cercle Francais 35 E. H.
S. News Staff 35 Nestorians 3.
LANE, DOROTHY RUTH-Entered from Boise, Ida-
ho5 College Prep. Course.
LANER. DICK R.-Entered from Huntington,
Utah5 Boxing 3.
LANGSTON, WILBUR L.-Pack Rats 2-35 Chess Club
15 Swimming Team 1.
LARSON, AGNES LOUISE-Mask and Dagger 2-35
Diana Club 35 Pen Club 35 Mixed Chorus 3:
"Bohemian Girl" 3.
LAWSON, HAZEL FERN-Girls' League 1-2-3.
LEADERS, HENRY A.--College Prep. Course.
LEE, VIRGINIA MARVEL-Student Council 35 Diana
Club 2-35 Girls' Letter Club 2-3: Girl Reserves
35 Orchestra 1-25 Service Club 35 Pep Club 3.
LESLIE, GEORGE DELOS-"Pirates of Penzance" 25
Archery Club 3.
LIGHTFOOT, MAVIS HARRIETTE-Band 1-2-35 Hi-
LIGHTFOOT, WILLIAM P.-Orchestra 35 College
LINDSAY, CURTIS ALLEN-Band 2-35 College Prep.
LINK, BASIL--Mixed Chorus 35 "Bohemian Girl"
35 College Prep. Course.
LINK, GORDON W.-Pack Rats 35 Chess Club 2-35
LITTLE, JOSEPHINE ELOISE-Girls' League5 Com-
LITTLE, ROBERT KEATS-News Staff 35 Football
2-35 College Prep. Course.
LORD, VIOLET FAITH-Mixed Chorus 25 Diana
Club 35 Paletteers 35 News Staff 35 College
LUNDSTROM, NOVELLA ANNA-MARIE - Girls'
League5 Commercial Course.
LUVAAS, JOHN LUTHER-National Honor Society
2-3 5 Student Council 35 Nestorian, Pres., 2-35
Mask and Dagger 1-2-35 French Club 2-35 De-
bate Team 1-2-35 Pep Club 35 Commencement
LYLE, CRAWFORD-National Honor Society 35 Pack
Rats, Pres., 35 Craftsmen's Club.
MCDONALD, TERRANCE W.--Pack Rats 2-35 College
MCDONALD, JEAN MARGUERITE-Paletteers 35 Col-
lege Prep. Course.
MCDONALD, HELEN BEATRICE-NalZi0I1al Honor So-
ciety 35 Paletteers 35 Girls' League.
MCDOWI-ILL, LOIS IRENE-Entered from Univer-
sity High5 Girls' League5 Commercial Course.
MCGREW, BETTY JUANITA-Entered from Port-
land5 College Prep. Course.
MCINTYRE, FRED T.-Swimming Team 15 Archery
Club 1-25 Craftsmen's Club 3.
McKAY, FLOYD-Basketball Manager 35 Mask and
Dagger 35 Hi-Jinks 2-35 "Mama's Baby Boy"
25 "Three Cornered Moon" 3.
McKEE, CRYSTAL JUNE-Girls' League5 General
MCNETT, ARTHUR KENNETH-Rifle Club 35
Craftsmen's Club 35 "Three Cornered Moon" 3.
MADGBN, PHYLLIS ELIZABETH-Entered from
Rockford, Illinois5 Library Staff 35 Home Econ-
MALKASTAN, SRED-Football 25 Commercial
MALOS, LLOYD GEORGE-Football 2-35 Track 2-35 E
Club 2-35 College Prep. Course.
MARLATT, BEVERLY RAYMOND-Hi-Jinks 1-25 Col-
lege Prep. Course.
MARPLE, KENNETH HIAL-National Honor Society
2-35 Debate 2-35 Chess Club 35 Nestorians 2-35
Inter Nos 1-2-3.
MARSHALL, ROBERTA LOUISE-National Honor So-
ciety 2-35 Girls' League Council 35 Le Cercle
Francais 2-35 Paletteers 35 Class Secretary 25
Eugenean Staff 35 News Staff 3.
MARX, HELEN JEANETTE-Entered from Spring-
field High5 Girl Reserves 3.
MASENGIL, ELINORE AQUILLA-Le Cercle Francais
2-35 Girl Reserves 3.
MASTERS, DONALD E.-General Course.
MASTERTON, GEORGE-Class Vice-President 25
Track 25 Band 25 Stage Crew 2-3.
MATYCHUCK, JAMES ROBERT-Basketball 25 Com-
MEHL, GORDON-Entered from Mohawk5 Football
35 News Staff5 Commercial Course.
MILESS, MARY LOUISE-Entered from Coeur
d'Alene Highg Girls' League5 College Prep.
MILLER, DUDLEY-College Prep. Course.
MILLER, HAROLD LEROY-Entered from St. Mary's5
Fine Arts Course.
MITCHELL, ERNESTINE-Entered from Canton, Il-
linois5 Girls' League5 College Prep. Course.
MOORE, HELEN GERALDINE-Entered from Elmira
High Schoolg Girls' League5 College Prep.
MOORE, JAMES ARTHUR--College Prep. Course.
MOORE, SIDNEY A.-General Course.
MORGAN, MILDRED MARIE-BaDd 2-35 Girl Re-
serves 2-35 Girls' Letter Club 35 Diana Club 35
Library Staff 3.
MORRIS, FRED B.-Entered from Grant High,
Portland5 General Course.
MORRIS, KENNETH ROY-College Prep. Course.
MORRIS, MAXWELL HUNTER-Debate 35 Chess Club
MORSE, ERVIE ALLAN-Entered from Springfield
H1gh5 Commercial Course.
MULLIN, CLYDE DONALD-National Honor Society
2-35 Craftsmen's Club 2-3, President.
MUHR, RAYMOND J.-Football 1-25 E Club 1-25
College Prep. Course.
MURRAY, MARGARET RAB-Entered from Drayton,
N. D.5 Girls' League5 Colle-ge Prep. Course.
MYRMO, EMIL ANDREW-OUl3d00T Club 35 Techni-
NAGLE, MARGUERITE-Entered from Grant High,
Portland 5 Girls' League 5 College Prep. Course.
NAGLE, EUGENIA-Entered from Grant High,
Portlandg Girls' League 5 College Prep. Course.
NEAR, DOC-Pres. Student Body 35 Vice-Pres.
Student Body 25 Class Pres. 15 Honor Society
2-35 Mask and Dagger 35 Hi-Y 35 Golf Team
1-2-35 E Club 1-2-3.
NELSON, MARIAN CORNELIA-Entered from Kerk-
hoven, Minnesotag Girls' League5 General
NIEILSEN, UNA ANITA-Girls' League5 General
OI-1LsEN, MILDRHD EYELYN-Girls' Leagueg Com-
PARKER, CARL E.-College Prep. Course.
EUGENEAN 9 l935
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EUGENEAN 0 1935
PARKHURST, ELMA VERA-Entered from Lowell
High: Girls' League3 Home Economics Course.
PAYNE, HELEN BLANCHE-Entered from Troy3
Girls' League3 College Prep. Course.
PEARSON, RUTH VIRGINIA-Mixed Chorus 2-33
"Pirates of Penzance" 23 "Bohemian Girl" 33
College Prep. Course.
PETERS, VURI-IL E.-Football 23 Stage Manager 2.
PETETRSON, FLORENCE BARBARA-Entered from
University Highg Girls' League3 College Prep.
PETZOLD, IRENE MAE-Entered from Reedsport,
Oregon3 Girls' League3 General Course.
PITNEY, E. BILLY--Honor Society 33 Mask and
Dagger 2-33 Outdoor Club 2-33 Service Club 33
Nestorians 2-33 Eugenean Staff 33 Rifle Club
2-33 Library Staff 33 Craftsmen's Club 3.
PLUMMER, CHARLOTTE LOUISE-Girls' League
Council 2-3, Vice-President 23 Honor Society
2-33 Band 1-2-33 Girls' Letter Club 33 Diana
Club 2-33 Girl Reserves 2-33 Inter Nos 1-2-3.
PORTER, ROBERT J .-Industrial Course.
PURsI.EY, LOUISE FRANCES-Mask and Dagger 2-
33 Girls' Letter Club 1-2-33 Mixed Chorus 23
Pep Club 33 "Mama's Baby Boy" 23 "Pirates
of Penzance" 23 "Three Cornered Moon" 3.
REID, MARGARET LOUISE-Mask and Dagger Club
33 Debateg Girls' Letter Club 33 Commencement
RHONALT, RAMONA ANDREA-Inter Nos Pres. 33
Girl Reserve Cabinet 33 Senior Council Rep-
RIGGS. CAROL IONE--Entered from Coburg High:
College Prep. Course.
ROADMAN. WILFREIJ LYNN-Editor of Eugenean
3: Mask and Dagger 1-2-3, President 33 Na-
tional Honor Society 2-33 Cercle Francais 23
Nestorians 23 Mixed Chorus 23 "Pirates of
Penzance" 23 "Mama's Baby Boy" 2.
ROBERTSON. ERNEST WAYNE-E Club 1-23 Foot-
ball 1-2-33 Basketball 1-2-33 Baseball 2-33 Win-
ner of Simmons Cup 23 Band 1.
ROBERTSON HELEN MARIE-General Course.
ROBINETT. ELMA B.-Girl Reserves 33 Girls' Bas-
ketball Team 2.
ROBINETT. ETHLYN G.-Girl Reserves 2-33 Girls'
Baseball team 2.
ROBISON, CATHERINE HARRIET-Girls' League.
ROGERS, ALYCE CAROIr-HOHOT Society 33 Student
Council 2: Mask and Dagger 2-32 Nestorians
33 'Girls' Letter Club 1-2-33 Mixed Chorus 1-2-
33 Pep Club 3: "PinafOre" 13 "Pirates of Penz-
ance" 2g "Bohemian Girl" 33 "Mama's Baby
Boy" 23 "Three Cornered Moon" 33 May Day
Princess3 News Staff.
ROORK, ARROL G.-Nestorians 2-33 Glee Club 2-33
"Pirates of Penzance" 23 "Bohemian Girl" 3.
RUBENSTEIN, HARRY-ClaSS President 23 Mask
and Dagger Club 2-33 Service Club 33 Pep Club
33 "Mama's Baby Boy" 23 "Three Cornered
RUTH, JACK-Sh0p Club 2-33 Outdoor Club 2-3.
RUTHERFORD, CLARENCE EARI,-Mask and Dagger
3g Mixed Chorus 213 Pep Club 33 "Bohemian
Girl" 33 "Three Cornered Moon" 3.
SANBORN, ROY CONRAD-Baseball 2-33 Commer-
SANFORD, MILDRED LELAH-Band 1-2-33 Orches-
tra 23 College Prep. Course.
SAUNDERS, JENNIE MAII-'AIR-Girls' Letter Club
33 Baseball 23 Basketball 2.
SCOBI-IRT, GUY CHARLES-Mask and Dagger Club
33 Band 2-33 Mixed Chorus 2-33 Pep Club 33
"Bohemian Girl" 3.
SHEDD, MARION J.--Girls' League3 College Prep.
SHIELDS, EDNA MARION--General Course.
SHUEY, DALE OWEN-Band '1-2-33 Orchestra 2-33
Pack Rats 3.
SI-IULL, HELEN LOUISE-Honor Society 33 Pres.
Cercle Francais 33 Girls' League Dep't. Chair-
man 33 Girl Reserves 3.
SICKAFOOSE, SAMUEL RANDLE-Orchestra 1-2-33
SIMPSON, HUGH 'GILMAN-Mask and Dagger Club
33 Track Team 2-33 E Club 2-3Q Glee Club 2-33
Paletteers 33 "Bohemian Girl" 3g "Three Corn-
ered Moon" 3.
SIMS, LOYD S.-Commercial Course.
SKIPWORTH, GEORGE F. JR.-Honor Society 2-33
Mask and Dagger 1-2-32 Cercle Francais 2-33
Mixed Chorus 1-2-33 Editor of the News 33
"PinafOre" 13 "Pirates of Penzance" 23 "BO-
hemian Girl" 33 "Mama's Baby Boy" 2.
SLATER, FAYE LEONA-Entered from Sweet Home,
Oregong General Course.
SMALL, MOLLIE BOB-Honor Society 2-33 Mask
and Dagger 2-33 Orchestra 1-2-33 "Mama's
Baby Boy" 2.
SNYDER., EARL WESLEY-Mask and Dagger 2-33
E Club 2-33 Tumbling Team 2.
SPEER, ROBERT ELDRIDGE-HOHOF Society 2-3, Pres.
33 Cercle Francais, Pres. 2-33 Nestorians,
Pres. 2-33 Mask and Dagger 2-33 Business
Manager Eugenean 33 Debate 23 Golf Club 2-3.
SPENCER, THELMA-Mask and Dagger 33 Girls'
Letter Club 3.
STADIG, MELVIN EDWARD-Industrial Arts Course.
STAFFORD, CARMEN JUDY-Entered from Spring-
field High3 Commercial Course.
STEINMETZ, EARL RAE-Glee Club 33 "Bohemian
Girl" 33 Commercial Course.
STEVENS, BARBARA ELIZABETH-Commercial
STEVENSON, WILLIAM A.-Mask and Dagger 2-33
Glee Club 1-2-33 Service Club 33 "H.M.S. Pina-
fOre" 13 "Pirate of Penzance" 23 "Bohemian
STEWART, HELEN-Commercial Course.
STIPE, COLE ARTHUR-Gl96 Club 33 "Bohemian
Girl" 33 College Prep. Course.
SWANK, VIRGINIA DAIR-Entered from Jefferson
High, Portland 3 General Course.
SWANSON, HELEN THELMA-Entered from El-
mira3 Girls' League.
SWARTHOUT, EUGENE HOWARD-Glee Club 2-33
Pack Rats 1-2-33 Rifle Club 1-2-33 Mask and
Dagger 33 Archery Club 2-33 Paletteers 33
"Bohemian Girl" 33 News Staff.
SWENNES, ROBERT HARVEY-Entered from Grant
High, Portlandg "Pirates of Penzance" 23
"I-leathers at Home" 2.
TAMIESIE, DORIS JEAN-Mask and Dagger 33
Girls' Letter Club 3g Girl Reserves 33 "Three
Cornered Moon" 3.
TAYLOR, JAMES FALVEY-Football 2-33 Basketball
2-33 E Club 2-33 "Three Cornered Moon" 3.
THAYER, MARION-Mask and Dagger 1-2-33 Girls'
Letter Club 2-33 Girls' League Roll Room Rep.
33 Girls' Baseball Team 33 "Mama's Baby Boy"
THOMPSON, CLARA RUTH-Technical Course.
THOMPSON, ZELIMA ARGONA-Girls, League.
TI-IORP, GILBERT EARL-Entered from San Juan
High, Californiag General Course.
TOBEY, FREDERICK R.-B a n d 1-2-3 3 T ec h n i c al
TORREY, BERNARD CHARLES-Entered from Rose-
burg3 General Course.
TUCKER, MAROIA EVELYN-Girl Reserves 2-33
Band 1-2-33 College Prep. Course.
TULLER, EARLE CURTIS-PICS. Mixed Chorus 2-3Q
"Pirates of Penzance" 23 "Bohemian Girl" 3.
TUPPER, RUTH LAVERNA-Commercial Course.
VAN FOSSEN, DAVID-Band 1-2-3.
VAN OSDAL, ESTHER GRACE-Glee Club 1-2-33
"Pirates of Penzance" 23 "Bohemian Girl" 3.
VIRING, WILMA GRACE-Girls' League.
VOLKSTORI-3, EDWARD ROBERT-Pack Rats 1-2-33
Rifle Club 2-33 Class V. Pres. 2.
WALDORF, WARREN ROBERT-M3Sk and Dagger 33
Service Club 2-33 Nestorians 2-33 Debate 2-33
"Bohemian Girl" 33 News Staff 3.
WALKER, LADORIS HELEN-Girl Reserves 1-2-33
Cercle Francais 2-3.
WALLS, RONALD-Outdoor Club 2-33 Rifle Club
33 Archery Club 33 Craftsmen's Club 2-3.
WALLS, WAYNE G.-Football 33 Baseball 2-33
Outdoor Club 33 E Club 2-3.
WARNER, WAYNE A.--Football 1-2-33 E Club 1-2-
33 Track 1-2-3.
WARNER, WILMA WINTHER-Girls' Letter Club 3g
Girl Reserves 23 College Prep. Course.
WARREN, STANLEY-Entered from Santa Clara 3
WATKINS, JAMES M.-College Prep Course.
VVEISS, DELORIS MAY-May Day Queen3 Girl Re-
serves 23 Girls' Glee Club Pres. 33 "Bohemian
WELCH, DOROTHY MAE-Girls' League.
WHITNEY, MILDRED-Commercial Course.
WILFERT, DOUGLAS L.-Entered from Thurstong
WILFORD, ELSIE HELEN-Glee Club 1-25 Girls'
Letter Club 2-33 Mask and Dagger 2-33 "Pina-
fore" 13 "Pirates of Penzance" 2.
WILLEY, ESTHER INEZ-Commercial Course.
WILXLIAMS, SARAH FRANCES-National Honor So-
ciety 3g Girl Reserves, Pres. 2-33 Inter Nos 2-
33 Diana Club 23 Girls' Letter Club 3.
WILLIAMS, HOPE THEDA-Archery Club 3.
WILSON, GRACE GEORGINA-General Course.
WIRTH, DOROTHY JEANNE-College Prep. Course.
WOOD, EVELYN MARGARET-Girls' League Pres. 33
National Honor Society 2-33 Student Council
2-33 Mask and Dagger 2-33 Class Sec. Treas. 13
Inter Nos 1-23 Service Club 33 Glee Club 2-33
Girls' League Council 2-33 "Mama's Baby Boy"
23 "Pirates of Penzance" 2.
WOOD, GENEVIEVE MARIE-Girl Reserves 23 Col-
lege Prep. Course.
WOODRING, WANDA CLARICE-Commercial Course.
WORDEN, ESTHER MAY-Honor Society 33 Cercle
Francais, Pres. 2-33 Girl Reserves 2-33 Editor
WORDEN, MARION-Girls' League3 College Prep.
WORTHING, WILBUR FISKE-Entered from Los
Angeles, California 3 College Prep. Course.
WRAY, RUBY-COllege Prep. Course.
WRIGHT, RICHARD LENVILLE-Football 1-2-33 Bas-
ketball 1-2-33 Baseball 1-2-33 E Club 1-2-33 win-
ner of Earl Jones Cup.
YOUNG, SHIRLEY-College Prep Course.
ZIMMERMAN, EDWARD LEO-Stamp Club 2-3.
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STUDENT EXECUTIVE COUNCIL
President - - - ---- DOC NEAR
VTZUG-P7'6S1iLi67lf - ---- ROBERT MACK
Secretary - - - - KATHLEEN HOUGLUM
7'reasm-er - - - DOROTHY HENDRICKSON
A ll dit o-r ----
Senior Reywesefntcttives - HARRY RUBENSTEIN,
VIRGINIA Las, Doc TAYLOR, RAMONA
Editor of News - - - GEORGE SKIPWORTH
President of Girls' League - EVEFLYN WOOD
Adverfisivzg Mgr. of Athletics - MORRIS CARTER
1Wfl'lLLLg6'I' of News - - - WARREN WALDORF
- - JOHN FOWLER
Junfior Representatives - CLEO FLINT, BURTON
BOROUGHS, HELEN JOHNSTON, PAUL
Solrhomore Representatives - MARY C. TAYLOR,
RAYMOND BOND, EDITH PARIS, FRED HIOHENS.
The executive council is the governing body that has control Over all student activities and
organizations. All new clubs and activities must have the approval of the student council before
they can be organized.
Among its many duties is the election of the various managers of the publications, activi-
ties, and athletics. All student awards must have the approval of the council before they can be
presented at the student body assemblies, The student council is also the nominating committee
and nominates the student body officers who carry on the student body business of the school.
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GIRLS' LEAGUE COUNCIL
President - - - - EVELYN WOOD Senior Representatives - CHARLOTTE PLUMMER
Vfiee-President - - PHYLLIS ATWATER EILEEN KINNEY.
Secretary - - - HELENGRAY BOYKIN Junior Representatives - MARY STATON, HELEIN
To-easm-er - - - ROBERTA MARSHALL DEE WILLIAMS.
Sophomore Representatives - JANICE FINDT-
NER, LORENE' BAILEY.
First Semester Second Semester
LOUISE SHULL Clerical NATALIE Row
HELEN GORRELL Social KATHERINE GRAY
JEAN BERGHAN Auxiliary CLAUDIA MARPLE
ALICE HURD Financial AMANDA NELSON
The Girls' League has as its purpose the development of character and personality.
The league is composed of four departments: social, clerical, auxiliary, and financial, each
having its definite duties. The girls serve in a different dpeartment each semester.
The organization awards pins to those girls who contribute outstanding service to the league,
and encourages scholarship through the League Scholarship cup, presented every semester to one
each of the Sophomore, Junior and Senior girls.
Several social functions are held each year, including the "Get-Acquainted Party" given for
the sophomores by their senior sisters, the Christmas party, the March Hare party, and the May
Day party. Each spring a Print Week is held, and Girls' League Week is sponsored, featuring the
teas to which University high and Springfield high schools girls are invited, and the Girls' League
issue of the E. H. S. News. A Mothers' Silver Tea is also held in the spring.
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NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY
First Semester Second Semester
Bon SPEER President W1-:NDELL GXLFRY
JOHN LUVAAS Vice-President KENNETH MARPLE
KATHLEEN HOUGLUM Seciretrwy CHARLOTTE PLUMMER
MADG1-: CONAWAY Assistant Treasurer' MOLLIE BOB SMALL
R. G. HENDRICKS Treasurer R. G. HENDRICKS
Miss KINs1-nv, Mas. CONSTANCE, Miss BLAIS, MR. H. B. JOHNSON, MR. HENDRICKS
Membership in the Alpha Chapter was increased this year to a total of forty-nine members,
the largest group in the history of the local Organization. The first election was announced on
November 23 at which time Professor John Casteel was the speakerg the second on April 11, Dean
Jewell of the University of Oregon delivering the address.
Out of town meetings were held with the chapters at Cottage Grove and Roseburg, when
plans for a district association were outlined.
A large delegation attended the State convention of Honor Societies on the Oregon State
Campus at Corvallis, April 20. A social meeting was held in Albany on May 1.
The Junior members of the Alpha Chapter are: Robert Mack, Raymond Coulter, Natalie Row,
Phyllis Atwater, Katherine Gray, John Fowler, Philip Gould, Jean Hewitt, Burton Boroughs, Mil-
dred Little, Helen Johnston, Amanda Nelson, Robert Cox, Ivan Ezell, Paul Thunemann.
Spec-r. Coxiiiwzly, Luvnns, Htlllgllllll, Hilfry, Plunmnr
Snnill, Marple, NIEITNIIQIII, Skipwortli, Wood, lieverumx
Roznlnnin, Boykin, N4-nr, Rogers, llollingswm'th, Kinney
Chu-rell, Flint, lwiswolnl, Lyle, ilviniriw-ksun, Pilni-'y
lluril, lin-rglnin, Oll1IllIlll'l'N, Shnll, Hunt, Willininu
P'I'6S'l:d61Lt. - - - - WENDELL GILFRY L'l:b'l'lL7"l:d7l - - - - LARRY WATSON
Vice-President - - - WILLIAM CURRY Social Secretary CHARLOTTE PLUMMER
Secretary-Treasurer KATHLEEN HOUGLUM Manager - - - - CHARLES DENISON
The band of 45 members under the direction of Mr. Moore has just completed
one of its most successful years. During the fall and winter months it appeared at all
the home football and basketball games. A concert was given at the Music building on
the campus in December. On April 12 at the Oregon State High School Band contest
held at Eugene the organization tied with Grant High School of Portland for second
place. The band received a large cup for being chosen as first in the marching contest
held on the same day. This organization also participated in several community activi-
ties during the year.
BOYS' ARCHERY CLUB Q
Presikienti ----- DON E. GOOD Secreta.ryTreasurer HOWARD SWARTHOUT
Vwe-President - - - JOHN FRI-IDRICKS Range Manager - - DANIEL CORNELIUS
Adviser - - - MR.. ODINE: MICKELSON
The Boys' Archery Club has as its purpose the development of knowledge and
skill in the use of the bow and arrow. Archery is a good, clean sport and has more to
offer in the development of physical and mental coordination than many other high
This year the Boys' Archery Club has added to its equipment a large, full-sized
target and two new sets of arrows. The regular meeting night is Thursday. Tuesday
and Thursday are the regular days for practicing. The club has been sponsoring "Pie
shoots," "ice cream and cake shoots", and contests for prizes. An initiation for the
new members was held in March.
DOIN E. GOOD
CRAFTSMEN CLUB Q
Proshient - ---- CLYDE MULLIN Secretary-Treasurer - - NORRIS LAMB
Vice-President - - - RONALD WAIJLS
Advisers - O. N. MICKELSON, MARTIN JOHNSON
This club aims to promote the best in workmanship, a greater cooperation among
its members and a keen interest in an efficiency organized shop.
The club has twenty members and meets twice a month.
An initiation of new members occurred during the first semester, and a "high
light" of the second semester was a pot-luck dinner in March, which was attended by
all members. Individual projects have been stressed more than group projects in this
organization. The club emblem in the form of a silver pin and designed by members
Of the club is a wood working plane with the lettering "Craftsmen club-E. H. S."
E CLUB C
President - - - - DICK WRIGHT Secretary-Treasurer - - BOB SHISLER
Adviser ------ - FRITZ KRAMER
For the purpose of developing and sustaining good sportsmanship in athletics and
about the school, as well as leadership, scholarship, and citizenship, the E club is formed
of the men who have made letters in sports.
During the last two years, the club had been very active in sponsoring such things
as the Pep club which is made up of students who play up the enthusiasm of a sportg
they have also sponsored a few successful smokeless smokersg a successful pay assembly
in the month of May. The club also presented a book to the library entitled "Inter-
Collegiate Football", in which the names of all football stars from 1864 up to 1934 are
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E H S. NEWS STAFF Q
First Semester Second Semester
GEORGE SKIPWORTH - - - - Editw' - - GEORGE SKIPWORTH
ROB!-:RTA MARSHALL - - Associate-Editor - - - ALYCE ROGERS
WARREN WALDORF ----- Business Manager ---- WARREN WALDORF
Miss JULIETTE C. GIBSON, Miss EMMA CHASE
The E. H. S. News, edited by the journalism class once every two weeks, gives an
accurate account of school activities and events. This year, eighteen issues were pub-
lished, including a special opening six-pager, a Christmas number, a Girls' League
edition and a special senior issue.
Every Tuesday afternoon, the staff sponsors a radio program which is broadcast
from station KORE. Various types of music and speakers are presented, and much
popularity and interest has been attained by this activity.
Seniors who are especially interested in journalism make up the staff, so the
people who write our news may be classed as "the cream of the crop". The motto of the
News, "a conservative paper with liberal ideals" is well carried out in the editorial
columns as well as in the news sections. Features, jokes, cartoons, and pictures are
all blended together to make the paper as attractive as possible.
As seen in the picture Qpage 233 the staff includes: Fowler, Flint, Roadman,
Houglum, Lake, Small, Rogers, Waldorf, Skipworth, Gibson, Marshall, Griswold, Speer,
Chase, Lord, H. Dodds, D. Dodds, Plummer, Bowman, Taylor, Gould, Little, Snyder,
Tamiesie, Wood, Celorie, Swarthout, Reid, Simpson, Mehl and Porter.
EUGENEAN STAFF Q
EDI TOR-IN -CH IEF
Associate Editor -
Activities - - -
Senior Class - -
Junior Class -
Sophomore Class - - - - - - -
- HELEN GORRELL
- - - - - - Bos SPE!-It
- - ------ VmG1NxA LEE
- Donorur Gmswomm, BILLY PITNEY
- NATALIE Row
Sports - ------ - Doc TAYLOR, EARL SNYDER
Associate Business Manager - ----- CHA.R.L0'l'I'E PLUMMER
Cover Design ----- ------ - ROBERTA MARSHALL
Feaures ------ - - - CHARLES Ponrm, WARREN WALDORF
Advisers ------ ----- M Iss MAE D. KINSEY, Miss EMMA CHASE
In publishing the 1935 Eugenean, the staff has digressed, almost radically, from
the plan of previous yearbooks, in its arrangement, make-up, printed space and pic-
torial effects. Following chronologically the school year, month by month, we have
endeavored to make the book more nearly represent life at Eugene high as it is enacted
by reproducing activities, organizations, and events as they occur.
More pictures and less print has been our goal-yet we realize that short, concise
write-ups of all major activities are a lasting record of the school year and a necessary
part of any high school yearbook. Y
In short, we have tried to produce something vital, and at the same time to inject
a. keynote of originality. By discarding outworn traditions and stereotyped forms, the
staff believes this publication to be truly symbolic of the spirit of our times.
WHIFRED ROADMAN .
LIBRARY STAFF Q
During the past year, the fifteen members of the library staff, under the direction
of Mrs. Marie P. Fletcher, have accessioned and catalogued nearly two thousand books.
In addition, a large collection of pictures was mounted and bibliographies were made.
A new system of filing was undertaken which has added to the efficiency of the library.
During the first twenty-five weeks 52,221 books were circulated and 378,872 students
used the library.
The following sophomores gave a great deal of their time in helping in the library:
Marcella Fletcher, Joyce Gordon, Mary Barbara Godfrey, Mary Katherine Taylor, Helen
Michael, Sanders Smith, Coral Barton, Dorothy Calloway.
Attractive, colorful murals, depicting life in a tropical country now cover the walls of the
large lunch room. The advanced art class of the spring term of 1934, under the direction of Miss
Hazel C. Fishwood, art instructor, planned and painted these murals as a term project. The theme
was suggested by Armstrong Sperry's book, "One Day With Manu".
The following students participated in the project: Ruth Coleman, Alene King, Hazel Lawson,
Helen McDonald, Marian Worden, Lucille Lay, Gladys Saunders, Eileen Baker, Helen Boykin, Ro-
berta Marshall, Jack Elliott, Homer Reed, Earl Curtis, Ernie Robertson and Harold Miller.
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GIRLS' LETTER CLUB Q
P1-eszklent ----- IRMA HELIKSON 7'rvusurer - - HORTENSE CLASKA
Vwc-President LOUISE PURSLEY Sergeant-fff-urms - - MAXINE HORTON
Secretary - - - - - ALYCE ROGERS Alll'1iHl'l' - - - Miss FRANCES BAKER
To create more interest in Girls' athletics is the main purpose of the Girls' Letter
Admittance into this organization is gained by earning a given number of points
under the Oregon Physical Education Point System. Ten points are required to be-
come associate member and fifty points to become an active member.
During the year, the club has had several pot-luck suppers and two initiations.
Two complete assemblies were given before the Girls' League at which the awarding of
athletic honors was featured.
A "print and cord" dance was held in the early spring for all the members and
GIRL RESERVES I
President - - - FRANCES WILLIAMS Secretary - - - ELEANOR MASENGIL
Vzcc-President - - - MARY HUGHES Treasurer ---- CLAUDIA MARPLE
Adviser ---- MRS. LULA GORRELL
The Girl Reserve group is one of the junior members of the national Y. W. C. A.
and has for its aim personal growth in mind, body, and spirit.
This year's activities have included, recognition and ring ceremonies and relief
work at Thanksgiving and Christmas time. Social affairs included a party for E. H. S.
girls, new in Eugeneg a Good Cheer Christmas party, a Valentine date party, a dinner
for girls from the Corvallis group, and monthly potlucks.
The crowning events which close the year are the Mother-Daughter banquet with
its ceremonials, and the second annual retreat and week-end house party at Kinsey
Kabin on the McKenzie River, May 17, 18, 19.
Preseiclent - - GEORGE FLINT Treasurer ---- - JOHN FOWLIJR
Secretary - DWIGHT NEAR Scrgcunf-at-rlrms ---- Bos MACK
Advisers ----- WILLIAINI KIDWELL, CARL THUNEMANN, W. P. WAL'rERs
The Hi-Y, an international organization, serves as a link between the Y.M.C.A.
and the High School. The purpose is, "To create, maintain and extend, throughout the
school and community, high standards of Christian character."
This organization is for boys who are interested in improving their school and
communityg it was reorganized this year and has fostered numerous movements that
have proved beneficial to Eugene High. Among these are: The Axemen's Council, Pep
Club, a den for the men and boys of the school, and a 'tBe Up! Clean Up!" campaign.
INTER NOS I
l'I-esiflmt - - RAMONA RHONALT Swwtury-7'rcus11rw - NATALIE Row
Vice-I'rcsidcnt ---- JACK COLE Adviser - - - MRS. LULA GORRELL
The Inter Nos aims to promote interest in the study of Latin through sociali
activities and the study of Roman life. The meetings were held at the homes of the
various members twice each month. A special meeting was held in October celebrating
Virgil's birthday. The Saturnalia, just before Christmas, was celebrated with a play
and appropriate entertainment. Pins in the shape of a scroll and bearing the name
"Inter Nos" have been adopted as the insignia of the club. The Eugene High School
Radio Broadcast for April twenty-third was given by Inter Nos.
LE CERCLE FRANCAIS Q
ESTHER WORDEN - - - - - Preszklent - - LOUISE SHULL
IWOLLIE BOB SMALL - - lflilfl'-Pl'l'HiClf:'7If - - JOHN LUvAAs
ROBERTA MARSHALL ---- Sccrcfary-Treaszu'c9' ------ RUTH LAKE
The purpose of the club is to foster an interest in Francee--its language, customs,
history and geography. This year's project was a Travelogue of France, written by the
members, and read at their social meetings. It was compiled by Miss Clara M. Blais,
adviser to the club, and Esther Worden, 1934 president. The club has two meetings
every month, a business meeting and a social meeting.
Every year the French club puts on a Mardi Gras Party, imitating the famed
Mardi Gras festival of the French people. This gay affair was held for all French
students, February 28, in the music room. On April 22, the club sponsored a treasure
hunt, which started from the school. May 7, the French club put On a complete program
of the E. H. S. News of the Air, which is broadcast every Tuesday Over station KORE.
The club's annual picnic was held On May 27, and was the last social event of the
In March the following new members were elected tO the club: Dale Beamer,
Jewel Bridge, Ruth Chambers, Mildred Little, Eugenia Nagle, Jean Noel, Ruth Solberg,
MASK AND DAGGER Q
President - - - WILFRED ROADMAN Tl'C'll8Ill'GI'- - - - HELFINJOHNSTON
Vice-President - HELENGRAY BOYKIN Secretary - - - - JEAN HEWITT
Adviser - - - Mas. E. C. CHRIsTIE
Drama! What varied pictures this small word presents. Comedy, lights, tragedy,
glamour, mystery, and adventure. All are presented in some form by the Mask and
Dagger dramatic club, which furthers dramatic interest in the school. Tryouts for the
club are held at the beginning of each year at which time members are selected on
the basis of interest in dramatics and ability.
A short presentation of a satirical farce "At the Movies", was the club's offering
in the annual Hi-Jinks program. At its invitational evening in March, three one-act
plays, entitled "New Moon", "Florist Shop", and "Drums of Oude" were presented by
the members. A negro minstrel show given as a pay assembly netted S50 with which
much needed stage equipment was purchased.
President ----- WILLIAM CURRY Secrcfary-Trcrzsnrer WILLIAM LIGHTFOOT
Vice..Presi1lm1t - lVIAR'I'HA HENNIGAN Social Clzmrnmn - BIOLLIE BOB SMALL
Under the experienced baton of Mr. Delbert Moore, the Orchestra, consisting Of
thirty pieces, assisted the school plays and assemblies and contributed much to the
success of the operetta. This spring the orchestra broadcast over the radio and eight
of its members took part in the Northwest Orchestra, held in Boise, Idaho, in April.
MOILIE BOB SMALL.
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MIXED CHORUS Q
PAUL HEMINGSEN - - IU-esvikient - - - DERWEN1' BANTA
EVELYN WOOD - - - Vice-Presvkient - - - PHILIP GOULD
HELEN GORRELL - - Secretary - - - - ALYCE ROGERS
ALYCE ROGERS - - - - Librarians ---- - ESTELLE THOMPSON
STANLEY HANSEN - - - - Librarians ---- - GEORGE SKIPWORTH
Miss CAROLYN WOODS, adviser
The mixed chorus is one of the largest and most active groups in Eugene high
school. A lovely Christmas vesper service was held at the Baptist church on December
16, and was very well received by the public.
"The Bohemian Girl," by Balfe, an excellent and difficult opera, was presented
on April 18 and 19, at the high school. This was the annual production of the club.
Members of the chorus playing leads were: Robert Mack, George Skipworth, Helen
Judy, Deloris Weiss, Esther Van Osdol, Bill Stevenson, Charles Devereaux, and Guy
Scobert. George Skipworth and William Stevenson were the club's two representatives
to the Northwestern Music Convention held at Boise, Idaho.
The music for the graduation exercises, baccalaureate held at the Baptist church,
and commencement at McArthur court, was given by the mixed chorus.
The Nestorians sponsor and promote public speaking and forensic activities in
Eugene High. These include debate, extemporaneous Speaking, and the Terrill cup
The Nestorian Club activities for the school year began with the presentation on
December 7 of the mock debate, "Resolved That all Debaters Should be Tarred and
Feathered". Toast programs and after dinner speeches were featured at three potlucks
and one banquet. These formed the highlights of the club's social events. The initiation
of new members was held at a potluck on November 19.
FUTURE CRAFTSMEN OF AMERICA Q
' Industrial Relations
MASTER ' Superintendent ------ OTHO HEAD
Foreman - - - JAMES MATYCHUCK
s . . . .
H P R ' Apprentice Training
7 Timekeeper - - VERNON RUSSELL
N 'Cl Gatekeeper - - KARL OTTMAN
' ! Adviser - - C. A. COULTER
One of the trends in industry is toward the revival of Apprentice training, modi-
fied to function under present day conditions.
Training for industrial pursuits requires in addition to manual skills, thorough
technical trainings. This latter phase of the training has been assigned to the public
schools by executive order.
Experience has shown that Eugene business men are willing to cooperate in such
training programs as their activities permit. This favorable condition enables the
school to offer industrial courses in nearly all industrial and commercial lines repre-
sented in this community.
This course provides vocational training under actual operative conditions en-
abling the student to definitely plot his life course.
WHERE surs cnoss THE BAR
Hzwsns 0F wooo
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OUTDOOR CLUB Q
Presikient ---- RONALD WALLS Secrctawry-Treasurer - BILLY PITNEY
Vice-President - - - WAYNE WALLS Adviser - - - MR, MARTIN J01-INs0-N
The Outdoor Club has been very active and has done many things of interest.
The big trip of the year was the duck hunt and fishing trip to Siltcoos Lake. Several
trips to the snow line furnished some excellent tobogganing and skiing for the group.
Parties have made trips to the coast several times and one of the coast rivers was
floated from source to mouth. The entire club made a trip taking in all points of
interest from Newport to Winchester Bay during the spring vacation. Plans for the
spring and early summer included scheduled fishing trips to Hidden and Odell lakes.
This year moss and greenery for the Junior play and Junior-Senior Prom were
furnished and arranged on the stage for these respective activities by the club.
PACK RATS Q
President ---- CRAWFORD LYLE' Historian ---- SAND!-IRS SMITH
Vice-President ---- DALE SHUEY Reporter - - - HOWARD SWARTHOUT
Secretary-Treasurer - - - DON GOOD Advisers WILLIAM KIDWELL, BERT KERNS
The Pack Rats, a hiking club, was organized in 1932 by a small group of am-
bitious outdoor loving boys, to give members a chance to go on organized hikes to in-
teresting places. During the past four years the club has increased until now its full
quota of twenty is easily reached every semester when qualification hikes are held.
The club has made many interesting trips this year, covering a total of 500 miles in
20 days. Besides hiking, all kinds of outdoor sports are indulged in.
President - - - HELEN MCDONALD
Vice-President - - LUCILLE COFFMAN
Secretary-Treasurer - DORIS DUNBERG
Ad'U'l:967' - - MISS HAZEL FISHWOOD
under the leadership of Miss Hazel Fish-
In November this club was organized
wood, art instructor, to stimulate an interest in art throughout the school.
The outstanding social event was a tea given in honor of Miss Rhoen York. A
picture painted by Miss York was presented to the club and unveiled at this time,
and was explained by her. Twice a month meetings were held, occasionally in the
form of pot luck dinners.
At Christmas time the group made cards and gifts and conducted a sale of these
articles in the library, and in February a very successful Valentine sale was held.
Members of the club earned the right to wear the "Palette" by acquiring five
hundred pointsg a special opportunity to provide such points was given at the buffet
supper held at the home of the adviser late in the year.
PEP CLUB U
Executive Chairman - - GEORGE FLINT Lieutenant Chairman DEIRWENT BANTA
Adviser ----- LAWRENCE F. SCHMITT
"To create and foster a high type of school spirit" is the chief purpose of the
newly organized Pep Club. The group presides at all athletic contests as an organized
rooting section. It organizes and leads all rallies and pep assemblies, and leads in the
support of all school activities.
The club has sixty members, ten boys and ten girls from each class, sophomore,
junior and senior.
The executive body of the club is composed of the presidents of the respective
classes, the yell leader and assistants, the president of E club, and the president of
the student body.
DIANA CLUB Q
President - - - MADCIE CoNAwAY Treasurer - - - BARBARA BUSH
Vice-President - - - - ALICE HURD Field Manager - - HELEN GOLDEN
Secretary ---- HOPE WILLIAMS Adviser ------ Miss Woons
The bi-weekly shooting, initiations, pie shoots, and potluck suppers helped to make
the year a successful and enjoyable one for the Diana Club. As a closing event the
Round Robin Tournament was held to determine the straightest shooter of the club.
oNLY A NICKEL?
"DRUMS OF OU DE"
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RIFLE CLUB Q
President ---- THAYER DICKEIY Secretary-Treasurer - CLYDE MULLIN
Vice-Presiklent ---- BILL PITNETY Range Manager - - BLAISE CLASKA
Adviser ----- MR. MARTIN JOHNSON
The Rifle Club was organized in 1924 and affiliated with the National Rifle
association. This organization provides medals and diplomas for the following quali-
fications: pro-marksman, marksman, marksman-first class, sharpshooter, expert rifle-
man, and distinguished rifleman.
The purpose of the club is to acquaint the boy with the proper and safe way of
handling a rifle, and to teach him the finer points of rifle shooting. Such activities
as team shoots, pie shoots, and novelty shoots are carried on by the club. In season,
members of this club take to the fields in quest of various kinds of game to be found
in this neighborhood.
SERVICE CLUB Q
President - - - JOHN FOWLER Secretwry-Treasurer -PHYLLIS ATWATER
Vice-President - - - MoRRIs CARTER
Advisers ---- WILL KIDWELL, FRANC GILBERT, H. B. JOHNSON.
It is often said that the people who do the hardest jobs get the least credit. If
this was ever true it is in the case of the members of the Service Club: they have a
job that takes lots of time and work but receives little praise. The Service Club is on
hand at all games, plays and school activities where their service is neededg they take
tickets, usher, patrol the gates, and make themselves useful in many ways.
s'rAMr SOCIETY Q
llrfsirlrnt ---- RICHARD ROMANE Secretary ----- LAWRENCE Fox
Vice-President - - - WILLIAM LINNS Treasurer - - - EDWARD ZIMMERMAN
Adviser ------ WILL M. KIDWELL
The stamp society meets once a week in the library to trade stamps and hold
business meetingsg once a month socials are held at the homes of various members of
the society where a good evening's entertainment is planned, emphasizing some phase
of stamp collecting.
The stamp society has subscribed to one of the stamp magazines in the library
and Mrs. Fletcher has aided by securing several books and magazines of interest to
Richard Romane, William Linns, Lawrence Fox, Edward Zimmerman, Ruth Byer-
ly, Sabra Hanks, Boyd Babbitt, Sheldon Hurd, Virgil Maharry, Charles Fuller, Jack
Rubenstein comprise the membership of the club.
FOOTBALL ' . fSee Page 9D
The next week, entering the game as a slight underdog, the Axemen won a 37 to 0
contest from a hard-fighting Redmond team coached by Johnny Londahl, ex-Eugene assist-
Journeying to Salem on Armistice day, the Axemen received their first defeat of
the season from the Salem Vikings led by Jimmy Nickelson, Salem's all-state quarterback,
by a score of 13-7.
White man's medicine proved too much for the Indians when the Axeman gypped
the Roseburg Indians 33 scalps for no Wampum, on Hayward field, November 16.
Eugene won the final game of the season by defeating University high's Golden Tide
15 to 0 in the annual "little civil war" on Hayward field.
The following are the twenty-two lettermen together with their positions:
Joy Smith and Lynn Colby, 215 pound beef trustersg Lynn Loomis and Al McGill at
the tackle postsg Gordon Mehl, Gordon Bishop, Albert Balle and Marion Guthrie at the
guard posts, Kenny Bowser at centerg Captain Dick Wright, Bob Neely, Wayne Walls
and Eugene Brown holding' the end posts.
In the backfield Ernie Robertson and Bob Shisler kept good care of the fullback
positiong Bill Kelly, Doc Taylor, Vurhl Peters, and Doug Caven, all elusive ball packers,
as the quarterbacks, completed the list of boys who received letters and who ran up
a total of over 20 points per game to less than four points per game for their oppon-
ents in an eight-game series.
Ernie Robertson, star Axeman fullback, was voted as the most valuable man
on the team and Lloyd Malos was chosen as captain of next season's team.
Earl Snyder was manager of the team and Jim Phillips was assistant manager.
SCHEDULES AN D SCORES--1934
October 5 .,....... ...,.. E ugene 19 Cottage Grove ,.,.,,... ,.,..... 0
October 9 ......,.. ...... E ugene 19 Klamath Falls ......... ,....... 6
October 15 ,........ Eugene 27" Linfield Frosh ..,...... ..... 7
October 27 ............ .......... E ugene 13" Corvallis .......,.,..,... ..... 6
November 3 ......... ,......... E ugene 31" Redmond .,..,........ ..... 0
November 12 ........ ...... E ugene 7 Salem ..................,. ........ 1 3
November 16 .....,., ...... E ugene 331' Roseburg .,.,..,..,,...... ..... 0
November 23 ........ ...... E ugene 15 University High ,...,.... ,..,..,,.,,..,,.., 0
Total 164 Total 31
Eugene-Average 20Va points per game.
Opponents-Average 3K points per game.
UD Marks home games.
BASKETBALL iSee Page 153 Q
The results of the second Conference clashes were as follows:
Eugene ..............................................,....... 29 University High ..,,... ........ 1 9
Eugene ....... ....... 3 63 Springfield ............. ........ 8
Eugene .....,. ....... 2 1' Albany ..,...,........... ........ 1 5
Eugene ..,.... ....... 2 41' St. Mary's ,,.......... .....,.. 1 1
Eugene ....... ....... 4 0"' Cottage 'Grove ......... ........ 1 3
Eugene ....... ....,.. 1 9 Corvallis ...,.......,.. ...,.... 4 0
CU Marks home games.
State champions for two consecutive years! Such is the remarkable record of
Eugene High's golf team. Doc Near, captain, Bob Speer, Darrell Draper, Byron.
Jackson, Bob Findtner and Edgar Gray comprised the '25 team. They played nine
matches, winning seven and losing two-one to the Oregon Frosh and one to University
High. The team then went to Salem May 16, 17, 18 and again brought back high
honors by defeating Parkrose High, 716 to 4Va. Doc Near was chosen No. 1 man of
the all-state team.
In 1934 the team won the district championship, the Willamette Valley cham-
pionship and then climaxed the season by winning the state tournament, which was
held in Eugene during May. The team plaved 16 matches, winning 15 of them, and
losing 1, that to the Oregon Frosh. Doc Near was selected captain of the all-state
team while Byron Jackson was named first alternate.
The team of 1934 consisted of Doc Near, captain, Byron Jackson, Darrell Draper,
Bob Speer, Bob Rickabaugh and Lawrence Jackson.
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The spring of 1934 saw five lettermen out for baseball. These were Ed Russell,
captaing Dick Wright, Johnny Dunn, Lester McIntyre and Wayne Walls. Around
them Coach Fassett built his team, picking Charles Purdue, Doc Taylor, Bartley Gold-
bar, Bud Knight, Tubby Chesebro, Ford Danner and Ernie Robertson, at the close of
the season Ed Russell was awarded the Hendershott trophy for be-ing the most valuable
player on the team.
The Eugene High school track team participated in five meets including the
Eugene-University High meetg the four-way meet between Eugene-University High-
Cottage Grove and Springfield, the Willamette meet, which took place at Salemg the
district meet at Eugene, and the state meet which was held in Corvallis with stars
from high schools all over Oregon competing for honors.
The team included: Russell Callantine, captain, Bob Williams, Don Bowman,
Lloyd Malos, Wayne Warner, Stanley Warren, Marion Stafford, Cleo Van Vliet, Hugh
Simpson, Kenneth Lee, Waldo Campbell, Frank Seal. Albert Kaufman, Earl Ware,
George Masterton, Forrest Clark, Joy Smith, Wesley Holly.
ING AND WRESTLING Q
The boxers and Wrestlers although handicapped by lack of equipment and train-
ing facilities in their first year, showed an eagerness to learn and win that made:
three inter-school smokers possible.
The boxers were outstanding, suffering only two losses and two draws as against
many decisions in their favor and two technical knockouts. The wrestlers had less
success due somewhat to the lack of a full time instructor.
There were three inter-school smokers: two with University High, and one with
Springfield High in which three boxers-Bruce Thompson, Glenn Cougill, Crawford
Lyle and Manager Virgil Bloom represented E. H. S.
The enthusiasm shown this year promises boxing a succe-ssful future at E. H. S.
and a possibility of its becoming a major athletic activity. Bert Kerns coached the group.
HENDERSHOTT CUP Q
This cup was given to Eugene High school in 1930 by Mr. Arthur Hendershott
of the Hendershott Gun Store. It is awarded annually to the outstanding member
of the baseball team. Those receiving the honor are: Cecil Inman, 1930: Harold Ham-
mericksen, 19315 Dick Bishop, 19333 Edgar Russell, 19343 Bartley Goldbar, 1935.
SIMMONS CUP Q
In 1929, Mr. E. V. Simmons. of the Simmons Motor Company, presented a cup to
Eugene High school to be awarded every year to the most inspiring player on the
football team. The boys who have been given this award are: Dick Near, 1929: Joe
Hill, 1930: Tom McKitrick, 19315 John Hill, 19323 Hugh Mercer, 1933: Ernie Rob-
EARL JONES MEMORIAL CUP Q
In memory of their son Earl, Mr. and Mrs. Norman Jones gave this cup to
Eugene High in 1934 to be awarded to the outstanding all-around athlete each year.
Hugh Mercer received this honor in 19343 Dick Wright, 1935.
JANE THACHER CUP Q
The outstanding member of the High School Band is awarded each year the
Jane Thacher cup, given to the school in 1933 by Mrs. Jane Thacher of the Univer-
sity of Oregon School of Music. The winners are: Darrell Renfro, 19333 Ronald Drew,
19345 Wendell Gilfry, 1935. f
AMERICAN LEGION CUP Q
The E. H. S. Band was the winner of the marching contest held during the state
band contest in Eugene, April, 1935. The band was awarded the parade trophy by
Post No. 3 of the American Legion.
HIGH LIGHTS AND SIDE LIGHTS
17-Boys and girls enroll in every class, as has been done a couple of times before,
Sophomores gape with ill-concealed awe and open mouths at the antics of dignified
f?J and seasoned Seniors and Juniors.
Ahhhhh! Excuse me, but this mad scramble of screwy schedules, new teachers, courses
and rules is finally finished--after two heck-tic weeks.
5-The day when Kyack Kuddlers Kuddled at the Kyack Kuddle-the first dance
of the year presented by the seniors at their annual Senior Informal.
This afternoon the EHS football boys won their first-of-the-season game from Cot-
tage Grove, incidentally training for a hot time in the Antarctic atmosphere of the
Kyack Kuddle. f
12-Feathers fly-EHS gridsters go to Klamath Falls. Bring back a 19-6 win-and
plenty much dirt column material.
18-19-First vacation, Teachers' Institute. All together now. "I-Iip! hip! Hurrayl"
26-Whattagame! whattagame! Axemen footballers chop Corvallis for a win.
Plenty few football games-will omit-see Sports.
7-8-The annual Hi-Jinks-singing negroes, colorful gypsies, princesses and cats, mod-
ernistic dance revue, sappy singing sailors, etc., etc., and etc. All to be seen in the
Hi-Jinks-right this way folks, for tickets.
15-Ohhhhhh-Cards out. Nothing more need be said, except, then, this is only the
23-A little uncivil war will be held tonight when Eugene beats Uni High-and after
the game the Junior Informal-football boys cartooned, some fun!
Now until the 30th we rest-and eat our way through another Thanksgiving vacation.
30-Nosing the grind again . . . By the wayg did you eat as much as I did? Well, I did.
7-Daffy debators persuade pleasingly in nutty Nestorian pay panorama. Should de-
bators be tarred and feathered? No! Judges? Yes! So it was.
16-EHS Band and Glee club make pretty noises today.
18-19-At last after weeks of Eugene high-feverish activity the Junior class presents
"Mrs. Wiggs of the Cabbage Patch". And all the little Wiggses, neighbors, our next
prexy as Mr. Wiggs, we just laffed and laffed and laffed.
21-Merry Christmas! Yeah, you guessed it, it's Christmas vacation. So long until
January 2, and, oh yes-Happy New Year! fP.S. Nice Christmas play, "Why the Chimes
Rang" by Oral English classes in assembly todayj.
Many fast and furious basketball games this month-See Sports.
It's a new year, old school, old teachers, old clubs, but new resolves!
18--First get-together of the sophomore boys is this morning. Experienced Seniors-
Flint, Taylor, and Near stroke their beards and advise the callow and puerile sophs.
YMCA Secretary Walters gave feature talk however.
27-Semester ends-but these words don't.
1-Debaters bring back news of conflicts and spoons from McMinnville.
10-Big official bunch of fights at our school-Smoker with Uni-Hi. Boxers were
battered and arm-twisters were tied-and so was the score, 7-7.
16-Glee Club and orchestra broadcasts first act of opera over KOAC, Corvallis.
22-KKKKKK, Guess what? Yes! Kolonial Kapers, the annual inferno, I mean Infor-
mal of the sophs. Very Revolutionary!
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8-'tYassuh, Yassuh, dis ministrel show am sho' sumpin!" Ungrammatical comment.
but truly expressive of the Mask and Daggers "Gentlemen Be Seated". Drama, jokes,
dances, songs, music all included. The outlook was "dark",
15-More Mask and Dagger! Annual invitational evening included three entertaining
plays. Capacity crowd.
22-"Fu Manchu, sing a ling, Fujiyama, Wut He," and all the rest of my Oriental voc-
abulary to herald the Junior-Senior Prom. Slanted are the eyebrows of the decorations
of the affair. Exquisite surroundings and music!
23-30-Spring vacationg"No more school, no more books", for one week, anyhow.
1-"Pardon me, can you spare a soap box? Oh! You're going to use it? All right, I'll
use this desk". Student body elections after the "If-I'm-elected" speeches in an as-
sembly of the nominees.
5-Officers installed in assemblyefjust like radios are. No ditference except you can
get music, too, on radios-and can turn 'em off!
G-Semester ends. Only nine more weeks! Omigosh!
19-20-Glee club gives "Bohemian Girl" in auditorium. Thrilling music--both vocal
and instrumental. Also dramatic story.
23-Girls' League elections. Boys demand the right to vote. No luck.
7-8-Seniors' parting dramatic gesture--their annual play-"Three-Cornered Moon".
Laughs at "Mother", "Jennie, the Maid"' "Kenneth", and
part, except the parrot who forgot his cues.
17-Athletes attempt acting in the E club's pay assembly "Submerged" this morning.
Actors attempt ambling thru woods at their picnic. "My kingdom for a horse", with
mustard! fAm I hungry!J
24-Big assembly. Letters given to baseball and track boys. KNO! Not chain letters,
31-Senior Day-Seniors best, clothes displayed- Senior picnic- Senior girl lately?
tSome pun! lflhlj
every other well-portrayed
2-Baccalaureate ..... Seniors down front looking solemn ..... Pastor counsels
them with specially addressed speech ..... Glee club singing.
6-Commencement ..... McArthur Court ..... Fiery denouncement of contempor-
ary attitudes and systems by student orators ..... A diploma ..... a handshake
. . . . . and another class is through EHS, but not through WITH EHS . . . . memories
linger ..... and teachers ,....
7+-The day the sophs and juniors have been waiting for-The last day before vacation.
"See you next year". And so the doors of EHS close-three months to some-always
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What makes you think that?
She knows when to say nay.
K. Marple-Mr. Allison certainly is an
M. Carter-That's funny. I always
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Ford: Sheep are certainly dumb ani-
Raona: Yes, my lamb.
"Is your wife's cooking anything to
write home about?"
Mr. Newlywed: "Yes, it has me writ-
ing home for som e of my mother's
"There was a big run on the bank
"Heavens, what bank was it?"
"Both of them 3 the creek overflowed."
Son: Father, are you still growing?
Pop: No son, why do you ask?
Son: I wondered why your head was
pushing out through your hair.
Marion: We certainly had a good
time last night on fifteen cents.
Alice: Yes, I wonder how my little
brother spent it.
C. Devereaux: Gee, teach-I just
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B. Kerns: Take a drink of water,
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C. D.: AW, no, let him Walk.
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L. Clark: What was the greatest feat
of strength ever performed?
B. Gilliam: Wheeling, West Virginia.
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He: Who was that man I saw you
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She: That was no man: that was my
Skipworth: I lie two.
Gould: And I lie two.
Banta: I lie the same as the rest of
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Goliath: Why don't you stand up here
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these tropical dancers?
She said they should be to r rid and
B. Stipe--What's the matter Les? You
don't look as Well dressed as you used to.
G. Lesley-That's funny, they're the
"Water, water, WATER," he cried
weakly. "Will no one give me a drink
of the precious fluid?" All around him
for miles upon miles stretched the white
burning sand of the great American
desert. Once more he called out, once
more - silence. But suddenly an in--
spiration s t r u c k his thirst-tortured
brain. He Wrung his hands, and held
them above his mouth.
I hear Bill Stevenson might quit school
for a job in a big clearing house.
Yes, clearing up rubbish, garbage, and
L. Reid-Say Dotty, Why don't you
like me better? I'm just what the doctor
D. Hendrickson-You are, you pill.
Mr. Hendricks: What was Washing-
ton noted for?
H. Rubenstein: His memory.
lst: What makes you think it was his
They erected a monument to it.
Skipworth: I'm growing a mustacheg
what color do you think it will be?
Roadman: Gray, at the rate it is
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