Eugene High School - Eugenean Yearbook (Eugene, OR)
- Class of 1946
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Editor e e ALICE KINGMAN
Manager e ee ,. DERALD PARKS
Adviser ee A Aeeee MARY X. PLUMMER
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THIS YEARBOOK IS DEDICATED TO THE MEMBERS OF THE
CLASS OF A-16, WHO HAVE SUCH AN UNCERTAIN FUTURE
AHEAD OF THEM IN THE POST-WAR WORLD. MAY ALL OF
THEIR HOPES AND AMBITIONS BE FULFILLED, AND MAY THEY
CONTRIBUTE THEIR BEST EFFORTS IN ENSURING A FREE AND
DEAN W. MICKELWAIT, Principal
Although at Eugene High but two short years, Mr.
Mickelwait has made himself a welcome fixture in
school life. His personality overcomes any hard 'feel-
ings resulting from a student's being "taken to task."
leaders of various groups have found that contrary to
popular conceptions, a principal is the person to go
to when their groups are in need of financial or other
types of aid. He has supported athletic and social ac-
tivities wholeheartedly, and has seen that groups need-
ing a "boost" to make their activity a success have had
CLARENCE HINES, Assistant Superintendent
Students see Mr. Hines around school quite often with-
out knowing his identity. He can frequently be found
in the rear of some classroom, a silent but watchful
spectator of class proceedings. The duties of the as-
sistant superintendent consist of organizing the teach-
ing curricula for the various courses of grade, iunior
high, and high schools. Expansion of district boun-
daries has increased Mr. Hines' work also, and keeps
him necessarily "on the go."
HENRY M. GUNN. Supt. of Schools
In his second' year as Eugene's school superintendent,
Dr. Gunn has been given a district almost doubled in
student population and more than tripled in area. The
consolidation of outlying districts with the Eugene sys-
tem has created many new problems which we know
he has the ability to solve.
Dr. Gunn's energetic, radiant personality and his out-
standing ability as a speaker makes him a welcome vis-
itor to any student gathering.
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JULIETTE CLAIRE GIBSON
Siilvjm-1-1:I'I1ig'Iisli 12. 1'iw-z1tive- NYi'it-
ing, :ind Ni-ws XVi'iliup:. Advisor to
I1I,il.S, Ni-ws, :md Girls' IA'2lf-ful' Pulm-
EDGAR A. GOODNOUGH
Siilvji-i-lg l'I11g.:'lish. .Xdvisur to Honor
Sllhjn-vt: A Vzimwllzi, and I'!oy's Glu-.
Advisor to Assvnihly Voiiiiiiittvv.
ZILDA M. HAYES
Siihjovtt Sh0I'lilZllld :uid 'Iyl'ZlllSk'I'iD-
limi. Advisor In .Mftivitivs Vommitte-1-.
RUSSELL G. HENDRICKS
Subjn-vt: l'.S. History. Advisor to Av-
Suhji-vt: Sin-wli, Iirainizitivs, and ling'-
Iish. Advisor to Musk :ind llzigge-i',
:ind ,Xsseinhlv 4'ommittw-.
Sulvjvi-I: l'hl'lIliSll'Y, Hzisiv Mzltlwinat-
is-s. :ind :Kim-lr1':i. Advisor to 'Fri-Y
Sulvji-vt: Physii-s, :uid 'I'ri5:rm0nivlry.
HENRY E. KUCHERA
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ROBERT H. LYON
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CLOVD B. MAKINSON
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MARY E. MALLERY
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.Xrilliim-tis-. Advisor to t'miii1iv1'c-izil
QLA M. MCDERMOTT
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ODINE N. MICKELSON
Sulxjf-s-I: !llflllSlI'iill Arts, ,Xflxisur to
l Russ of 40.
C. DONALD MOORE
Sulvje-1-I: Imluslrizul Arts, .Xllx'isn1' In
Flaws nf '1T.
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DOUGLAS ORM E
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vism' in Asw-
MARY X PLUMMER
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VEOLA P. WILMOT
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CAROLYN L, WOODS
SUI-j1-wi: Sm-i:gIAIfix'im:, I-Inglixlx. All-
Xlsul' ln .X1'llYlIl
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Girls' l.1'2lL.Qlll' I"illHlll'l2ll 1 luurmuu.
NINA KITTS-Dean of Girls
Miss Kitts also helps students to find work, and is always
available when girls have things to "talk over" with their
advisor. She is kept extremely busy with the many Girls'
League activities being carried on, and during the fall and
winter must organize and supervise P.T.A. dances on ac-
tivity-less Friday nights.
THELMA LANDES--Advisor to Junior Girls
Mrs. Landes is also in a newly-made position, that of ad-
visor to the iunior girls. Her duties are much the same
as those of Mr. Diebel, fixing schedules, determining credits,
and advising students. She teaches English, and has de-
veloped a fine group of voices in the Girls' Glee.
PAUL POTTER-Vice Principal, Dean of Boys
Mr. Potter's office is almost continually crowded with boys
asking his help in solving their problems-and they have
many, including girls! He helps boys needing financial as-
sistance in finding a iob to fit in with their school work,
and recruits workers when farmers send out emergency
calls. Added to this is the responsibility of advising the
Hi-Y and Axemen's Council, and finding volunteers 'For the
CLARENCE DIEBEL-Advisor to Junior Boys
Mr. Diebel holds the recently-made position of advisor to
the junior boys. He must organize their schedules, make
certain that they are obtaining enough credits to graduate,
besides having all of their other problems to solve. When
not cornered by boys, Mr. Diebel can be found drilling
chemistry or physics into his classes.
Due to the guidance of Wes Nicholson,
we are able to look back on another out-
standing year in Eugene High's school gov-
The purpose of the student council is to
determine the many activities and policies
of our student-controlled school in a demo-
cratic manner. In each fifth period class a
representative was elected to the council.
It was his duty to take student problems
and suggestions to the council for consid-
eration and to inform his- roll room all that
was discussed and decided by the council.
The other student body officers were:
Vice-president, John Banks, Secretary,
Phyllis Morgan, Treasurer, Joanne Fryden-
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105, B- S2l',oQ,,,,g, ,,,,'f",lf,'2,,,,,s,,,,fV en un lund, and Auditor, Bob Schooling.
FIRST ROW: M. Keller, M. Jaquenod, P. McHenry, A. Jeans, D. Oberg, L. Conner, B. Hunnicutt, S. Moore, G.
Youngquist, M. Banton, M. L. Glasgow. SECOND ROW: A. Merewether, E. Johnson, M. Burge, P. Akers, D. Cas-
person. M. llams. J. Frydenlund, M. Bradshaw, P. MCG-inty, G. Gaylord, J. Small. J. Egge. THIRD ROW: D.
Parks, B. Schooling, H. Smith, M. Flock, J. Thorson, J. Tourtillot, J. Hendrickson, M. Burch, D. Daniels, J. Arch-
ibald. P. Moraan. T. McKenzie. FOURTH ROW: C. Smith. D, Neet. H. Johnson. W. Dodds, F. Collins, D. Miller,
J. Marks, B. Neely, K. Mull, W. Stewart, T. Wattmen, J. Paseman. C. Christensen. FIFTH ROW: D. Hendrick-
son, R. Hopper, J. Soehren, L. Smith, P. Agerter, M. Callahan, S. Smith, L. Campbell, J. Hanns, J. Banks, S.
Wherry, M. Mlckelwait, D. Ramstead, J. Mannel, B. Gardner,
Editor .. ,. ,,
Ass't. Editor , ,,
Senior Editor .,
Activ. Editor ,,,,
Junior Editor .
Ass't. Bus. Manager ,,,,
Ass't. Adv. Manager.,
Who Can It Be?
, ,,,,, Phyllis Gravos
. ,,,,,,,,,,,,, Cal Smith
. ,,,, Jean Heffernan
Although the staff had, roughly,
31,300 less in its budget than in '45,
it feels that it has produced a year-
book which is more than comparable
to previous year's books. Some fea-
tures considered non-essential were
sacrificed to make room for the more
important items, but some innovations
were also made. This year has also
seen the staff acquire a press camera,
which was paid for bya movie pay as-
sembly, and doubly paid for itself
through much usage.
The staff was reduced in size by al-
most half, and this made more work
for everyone, but as each did his
share, matters moved more calmly
than might be expected. To every
teacher and student who aided the
least bit in the publication, the staff
extends its thanks, hoping they like
the results of the year's efforts.
Stan Turnbull, Adv. Mgr.: Jack Gunn, Soph. Editorg Jim "General" Cox, Ass't.
Editor: Cal Smith, Sports Editor, Derald Parks, Bus. Mgr.: Mary X. Plummer,
Advisor: Alice Kingman, Editor: Phyllis Gravos, Activities Editor: Joan Dodson,
CENTER: Jean Heffernan, Jr. Editor: Betty Chase, Ass't. Adv. Mgr.
MISSING: Doris Mauqhan. Ass't. Bus. Mar.
Since 1914 the E.H.S. News has served
as the official news organ of Eugene High,
and few preceding years have been so suc-
cessful as this latest. Under Michael Cal-
lahan, editor-in-chief, the News had set
several records by Christmas of 1945. Of
a total of six papers issued up to that time,
four had been six pages long, one had
been eight pages, and the Christmas issue
was no less than twelve pages. Heretofore
no E.H.S. News staff has published more
than two six-page issues per year, and
never before has any issue been more than
six pages long. The Eugene High column
in the Register-Guard was also written by
Except for the editor, who holds his posi-
tion through all the school year, the staff of
the paper changes each semester. As-
sistant editor of the News for the first se-
mester was Paul Agerter. His successor in
the second semester, a iunior, is slated to
be editor-in-chief for the following school
The paper is published every two weeks,
Round Table Discussion
except holiday periods, by the iournalism
class, under the direction of Miss Juliette
All members of the E.H.S. News staff
also serve on the Business staff, with other
students who wish to serve only on that
force. Each advertising solicitor was as-
signed a regular beat in the downtown
business section to be covered for each
issue of the paper. Business Manager for
the year has been Don Orchard.
FIRST ROW: J. Christen-
sen, M. Flock, I. Lowry,
C. Wood, C. Winchester,
. J. Tourtillott, D. Thoma-
son. SECOND ROW: B.
Barton, W. Rader, J.
Frydenlund, J. Peterson,
N. Ashworth, D. Hyde.
THIRD ROW: J. Gibson,
B. Hammock, S. Turn-
bull, P. Agerter, W.
Young, M. Madsen.
FOURTH ROW: M. Cal-
laltan, T. Lovelace, H.
Boehnke, B. Sullivan.
STANDING: O. Mickelson. H. Wright, V. McHenry, N. Robertson. SIT-
TING: A. Raisanovsky. D. Moll.
With June and graduation rapidly ap-
proaching, the Class of '46 paused for a
moment in its upward climb to look briefly
over the past three years. Some of them
have seen the fulfillment of their dreams,
and others are slightly awed by the fact
that they made it. To all of them these
years have been happy ones.
Class officers during that first uncertain
sophomore year were Art Johnson, presi-
dent, Willy Dodds, vice-president, and Har-
riet Vannatta, secretary. The class gave a
sport dance in the spring, the theme of
which was "Springtime Swingtime." lt
was the most successful financially and in
attendance of any of the dances held that
Its success during that year and the two
following is attributed to the able guid-
ance and leadership of its advisers, Mrs.
Robertson and Mr. Mickelson. Although
their patience was sorely tried at times,
they, with the class, weathered the many
stormy committee sessions and activities
carried on by the class.
Their junior year was one of outstand-
ing success, beginning with "Sadie Haw-
kins' Week" in October. The next event
was "The Holly Folly," the annual Junior
Dance, which was held in December. The
climax of activities came with the presen-
tation of the Junior-Senior Prom, "Blue
Grotto," which was acclaimed to be among
most original and beautiful in years. The
class was led through this year by Wesley
Nicholson, president, Dick Mack, vice-pres-
ident, Janis McCoy, secretary, and Gene
Then came September, 1945, and the
beginning of the senior year. The officers
chosen for this period were Dick Moll, pres-
ident, Alex Riasanovsky, vice-president,
Helen Wright, secretary, and Virginia Mc-
Henry, treasurer. The Senior Dance, "The
Blue Moon," was held in November.
Now the class is looking forward to
June 6, 1946, the climax of high school
days, and is confident that the future will
be as rich with success and enjoyment for
them as the past has been.
ADAMS, BETTV B.-sU1-lim Vlull 1, 2, :zz Girls'
wiv.-1 -1 1--11.-rr.-111-Q1 -' -1
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AGERTER. PAUL DAVID-Suph. Imiivn- QIOHIIILI
.lr. Imiuw- 1'0IIllIl.I Asst. I4'z1s1-Imll lI4lll2U.Z'l'l'I Hi-
Y I, 2, Il: Uhvss l'I11ll l.
AKERS, PEGGY JANE-.Ir,-Sr. P1'o1111 1'0lI1lIl.I
Girls' l.o:1g.:'111- 1'I1. 31 Gr:14I11:1tim1 IIUIIIIII, 4'I1.
25 G,.X..X. I: 1311111-1'z1 Vlulv, 'l'r1-ns. 2: P1-p Flulu
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2, .1. I1.1114I 1,
ALFORD, CORAL JOANN-Girls' I..-z1,:'11v Ib-11. ZLL
I':1l1-lu-1-1's 2, Ilg Spainisli Ululm 2. C11 .XIlIIIIISS2l'
ANDERSON, ALLEN L.-P111-k Rails 2 JI: lliflo
l'l11Iw 12, Il.
ANDERSON, DOREEN ELLEN-Stiulf-nt 4'o1111uil
Ill-11. 123 Girls' I,1':11.:'ll1- Ill-p. I, Ill 15111 l'Iuh 2, ZI2
Ilzuid l, 2, II: I,2lI1'lIl'l'l'S 2. 23: G,.X..X. l, 2: Girls'
ANDERSON, DOROTHV MAE-I'z1I1-th-1-1's I, II.
G,.X.,XA I,3lj 1Ii1'Is'lII1-1-II.
ANDERSON, LOIS ELLEN-Girls' I1n-1154111-Iln-11, IZ
lk-in 1'Iulu 2, 213 Spznuish 4'luI1 I3 Girls' Glw- 2, 32.
ANDERSON, SHIRLEY F.1I'IIlIQ'l'l'1I frrrm Svzxsidv,
lIl't'Q.l'UIlI .X Vaippvllzn tl: 'I'1'm1ln1dm's3 I"rvn1-l1t'l11l1.
ANDRUS, ALBERT WAYNE--Slznmp and Iimui
Ill-p,1I: Slllllvlll I'0lIIIi'II ZIL A IIZIIIIIUIIRI IZ. Ili
Imys Mlm' I.
ANDROS, STEPHEN R.-5111111-111 LW111111-il I, 2
Ilillv 1'luI1 I, 2, ZI3 1'1'n's. il: Hi-Y 11.
APPLING, JO ANN-Musk and I72l!.I'Q.l'Q'l' ZZ, IZ: Pri-s.
223 IH11 1'l11I1 221 Girls' Glu- 23 .IX Vzlpin-lIz1 il.
ARCHIBALD, JANICE-Girls' l.1-:1g'1u- II1-11, 25: 'I'1'i-
Y I, 2. fl, S1-v, II,
ASHWORTH, SARA NADINE-N1-ws Slilfl' Cl: 'l'1'i-
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523 G..X.,X, I, 2, Il, S--1-, 23 A IIZIIIDVIIZI 2, 22: lI2l1ll-
1-rn IIIIIII 2.
BAILOR, DONALD H.-.Xxl-m--11's t'ou11c'il Rep. 15
Ilnys' GI:-0 2,
BAKER, DONALD F.-P'.I4'.A. l, 2, 3, Pros. 3.
BANTON, MAXINE NOLA-Iintvred from Sunny-
side. XVz1shing'ton: Studvnt I'0lIIlt'll Il.
BARTON, BETHEL BERYL-Nvwswriting Jig Son-
ior lmncu Uomm.: Studvnt Uounc-il Rn-p. 1, 2:
Spanish Vlulr I, 2, Vim-'1'rQ-s. 2: Pop Club 1, 2,
Il: G.A.A. l, 22 'I'ri-Y I: Anilrzissziclors l, Z.
BAUMAN, REITHA ANN-National Honor Soc-ivtv
2, Il, Sm-. 31 Girls' I.vz1g'x1v Ih-p. I, il: 'I'roulm'-
BEARD, GUY A.-llntvrvrl from H1-llinf:h:1m, VI'nsh-
BECK, BETTY JO
BELL, ELIZABETH-lint:-re-d from ,NSIIIZIIIIL Orv-
gon: Hill-ttvi-x's 2. Il,
BERTELSEN, BARBARA ANN-Stude-nt Vouni-il
lie-11, I, 23 Girls' lwzigrm- Roll. Il: Ilihrury Stuff
22 Anilmssudors l.
BEVEL, EUGENE N.-F,l-'.A. l, 2. Il: Studi-nt
Nouns-il Hop. l: Stump and Bond lie-11. l.
BOEHNKE, HENRY L.-l'I.H.S, Ni-ws 2. 14: Stu-
di-nt Council R4-p. 23 Hi'Y 2. 3, 'I'n-us. Zi, P114-k
Nuts 1, 2, 31 Rifle- Vlub 2, K.
BOENTGEN, WILLIAM A.--Slmnish Vlulr Sl.
BOWMAN, EARLENE MERYLE-Uri-lu-strzl 3,
GIFIS' Glev I, 2.
BRADFORD, LEWIS E..-l'1lll4'I'Q'lI from XV:1ll:L
IV'z1llz1, XVzishington: Iiziskm-tlmll 23 141 Ululv 3.
BRADSHAW, MARION-Entvrvd from Vnivcrsity
High Sc-hoolg National llonor Sovie-ty Zig Som-. 34,
Girls' l.m-ziguv Uh. 39 Si-nior lmmx- 4'h, 141 Jun-
ior Ilzinm- Comm. IJ, 'Fri-Y 12.
BRANDT, MARILYN YVONNE-'l'1'i'Y 2. Il. Pros.
511 Girls' Glml l.
BRITTON, JAMES E.-Elm-l'vd from l'UI'YIllllS,
01"-1:0112 Hi-Y II.
BROWN, LORENZO SCOTT
BROWN, MARGARET E.-A Vnplwllzl 3: Urvhes-
tral 2: Girls' lllvo 2.
BROWN. VERLIE ADELINE-
BRUND, WILLIAM MANSON-Axm-me-n's Vounvil
I, 23 I'.'l'.A.. lmxmvv Uomm. I, 2, 3: A t'z1ppe-lla
I, 2. Il.
BRYANT. MELVIN RAY
BUCKLIN. PATRICIA MARGARET-Studvnt
Uuunvil lil-p. 2: I':1le-tu-I-l's 1, 2, 3: Amlmssadors
I, 2, II: 11..X.A. 1, 2: l"l't'Ill'll Vlulm 33 Vznm-ran
BUTZIRUS, R. RUSSELL-Naltionaxl Honor Scwiety
SI: Hams'-lmll Blurlzlgx-1' 13: Stumlm-nt t'oum'il 2: Hi-
Y 2, Ill l,iIu':u'y Stuff Ili .lux-Sr. Prom. l'ommit-
CALLAHAN, MICHAEL GEORGE-National Honor
Sm-il-xy 2, II: IC.H.S. Nows Illditnr 3: Jr.-Sr.
l'x'um, Vmmu. 2: Studn-nt Vounvil l, JI: Dvlwzltv IZ.
CAMERON, BETTY JANE-Girls' lmzlgul- lil-11. 23
lIinp.:':un1l Pins Ummm. Il: Suph. IIZIIIUO Comm. 11
v, 1 .. v
Imp 4 luls I. 3. l2llI1l'I'Il Vluh I.
CANNON. PHILIP RAY-l".l"..X. 1.
CARTER, ROSEMMA JUNE-4l,A..X. 1, 2, II, Pus-
tmliun II: llifll- Vlulr 12: l,iln'zu'y Stull' 3.
CHALCRAFT, LOIS M.-Illnll-lu-d from Vrosluy,
North Imlmlzlg 1I..X..X. SIL 4'mmnn-rs-iul Vlulr Zig
Ilrum 1l1IjlIl'Q'lll' II.
CHAPMAN. DOROTHY LENORE-Stump and
liuml Ihfp, 2: IH-p Club 233 Musk and 1l2lLZ'f.Z't'I'
2, SI: 'I'ri-Y I, 2: Spzmnisll l'luIs I, 23 4':uxu-ral
CHASE, BETTY LORRAINE-ling:-nvml Staff II:
1':um-rn Ululx 22. Svc. 22: Spanish Plulv 2, 34, Vico-
I'1-vs. 351 A. Valpln-llal 2, II: Girls' Gln-v I2 Am-
lr:lss:ul4n's l, II, 3.
CHENEY, GYENDOLYN ROSE-Hand l, 2, CI: Or-
I-lin-slrzi l, 2, A Vziplwllsi 2, 223 Girls' Glu- I, 'l'ri-
Y I, 2: 'l'rouIu1cim's 3.
CHRISTENSEN, . DORA. MAXINE-Studi-ut Vflllll-
1-il 2. h..X.A, .,,1.irls hlvv l, 2,
CHRISTENSEN, GRETA PAULINE-Girls' J.vz1g.:'11v
Ri-p. 2, 21: Latin Ululv 2. II, l'rvsirlQ-nt JI, IH-In l'luIn
.,. ,Q X X ., ,Z
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CHRISTENSEN, JEAN MARIE-lC.H.S. Nmvs Stuff
35: Pvp Uluh l, 2. SZ: Latin Club 2, II.
CHRISTOFFERSON, WILMA MAE-Girls' Lvzlguc
Rim, 2: Pi-p l'luIv l, 2, II, Girls' Glu- 2.
CHURCHILL, DORIS RUTH-Sv1'x'ivv Club 1, 2,
Sm-. l. Pre-s, 23 Girls' Glu' 2, il: Spanish 4'luh
I, 2, tl.
CHURCHILL, LESLIE A.--liiflv Vlllh 213 l':u'k
Rats 133 l".I".,X. 1.
CLOUGH, BETTY JEAN
COEN. FRANK JAMES-Ad Stuff I: xxXl'lllI'll-S
COLE, BETTY-A Uziplwllzl 2, Il: Girls' Glu- I:
Simnisli l'luIm l, 25 Latin t'luIm 513 'I'ri-Y I.
COLLINS. VALERIA ANNE-Girls' lmzlgiiw- Ri-pg
G.A.A. l, 2: Pwr Uluh I, 2, II: l,iIn-airy Stuff II,
l'1iIl1Ul'2l 4'luIv 2, Pri-s, 2.
CONNER, LAVELLE-Stump und llnml III-iv, Il:
Studi-nt Vouiia-il Ih-iv, IZ: 'l'l'i-Y 23 Spuiiish Uluh
2, 21: Girls' Glu- 31.
CONOLG, SAMUEL T.1xvt'Il'I'1lllQ ICIIKI-l'm-dI'i'nl11 Ur-
COVEN, AGALIKEE-Girls' Glm- 2.
COX, JAMES B.-liiigi-in-:xii Shift' 22, Ass't. lid, ZZ.
CRESSEY, JOHN PAUL
CRONE, IRIS MODENE-Girls' lA'k1f.Z'll0 Rf-yu, ll
Girls' Ulm- l.
CROSEN, ELLEN WINNIFRED
CROSS, DORIS IRENE-lk-11l'lulr ZZ, 33 ll.,-X.,-X. l, 21
CUMMINS, BEVERLY JANE-Girls' till-1-24.
CUSHMAN, EMILIE MAE-lint-rm-d1'1'nn114'lu1'v11--4-,
Ur.-gmll Girls' ln-zlglle' lh-p. 2: Pzllm-ttf-4-ls JS,
Girls' lllvv ZZ.
DARKINS, DOROTHY NlARlE1Alllll2lSS2lflfII'S
Girls' sill-.A 1.
DAY, MARY JACQUELINE-lilmtl-xx-sl from Sam
Nlzllvu, 1'z1liI'fv1'11iz1: .III-Sr, Prom. 1'mum. L55
Studs-nt L'uum'il 11: l-'lu-lu-lm l'lulr 3.
DeCOU, EDGAR J.-l','l'..X. Immw- Comm. 1: Jw-
lvnll- Ji: lli-Y I. 2, 21: .X 1'uplwll:1 253 'l'l'01llV2lllUl'S
IRQ Ulwss Ululn l,
DICKERSON, THOMAS EUGENE-lflnte-1'vrl frmn
DICKEY, EVERETT PHILIP-A Fumwlln 2, 32:
lloys' lllw l: lll'x'lle'SIl'Il 2: gXlllllZlSS21ClUI'S I, 135
DOAK, ROBERT A.-l'lllIQ'l'l'il from 'I'x'inidz1d. Volo-
rzldog Nntiouzll llmmr Sm-in-ty 3, I-'rl-s. Ci: .lil--Tp
1'll-un-l'p XYN-k l'h. :Sl l-'outluzlll 313 'I'rzu'k 23:
lli-Y 2, Cl: l'I1'lulx2l.
DODDS, WILLARD A.-Sllnh-nt Rody Yin--l'x'4-S.
Eg Srmph. Vim--l'xx-s. 1: .XXt'llll'l1'S Fuum-il 1, 312
Sllulvllt ll0lllll'll llvp, 23 Hi-Y ZZ. 3.
DODSON, JOAN-Nzltimml llonux' Soviq-ty 2. 37.
l'ws, Sl: Ifllurvxmvzlll Stuff 31 Ilulmte- Zi: Girls'
l4l'1lf2.'llt' R1-1b. l: 'l'ri-Y Zi.
DRAGOO, BARBARA JEAN-Jr. Dum-o t'mnm. 22
IH-p l'Iuh 1, 2, ZZ: Musk :md Imggvl' 33 l,ilu':1ry
EASTHANI, BETTY MARIE-f1..X..X. 1.
EDBLOM, DOROTHY ANN-Girls' 1,1-:1g'1111 111-11, 12
1"4-11 1111111 1. 2. Il: S11:111is11 1'11111 1. 23 '1'l'i-Y ZZ,
1211111-1':1 P11111 LZ.
EGGE, JUDY MARIE-Nzltilmzll 111111111' Srivivty 2,
il, 'l'1w-11s. Il: Girls' l11111g.1'111- 1'l1, Zi: 5111111-111 V411111-
1-il lima, 2, Cl: Girls' I,1f11g:'11o- 4'1111111'i1 2, C31 l'1-11
. .,4 ,. 4 - .1 .
111111 1l'1-1 ..Q41..X..X. ILV111111111-1'1'iz1l1'I11l12!,
EKSTRONI, JAMES RONALD-1'I111v1'1-11 fl'flIll Port-
1:1114l1 U1'1-g1111I 13z1s1'l1:111 2. Zi, fwllll. C51 ,Xx--1111-11's
1'r111111'1l 111-11. 3: Hi-Y 22, 311 1':111l11D 21. Il.
ELSPAS, ROBERT 1-EO11'2l11'11l'Q'1'S I, 2, Ii, l'1'11s.
IZ: AXSSl'1!l1P1X l'r1111111. Il: 111-:111x Arts 121111 Uh, 2,
22: Slum- l'1'1-w Al1111:1g:'1-1' C21 .XXl'lll1'1l'S 1'f111114-il
EMERSON, RUTH ELOISE-1111111-iw-11 fl'lllll Purl-
12llll1. HV1-grni: 'l'1'i-Y 2.
ESSIG, ROBERT WESLEY
EVANS, DORIS MAE-Girls' l,1-:11,:'111- 111-11, I3 ,X
4211111111111 2. 32: Girls' Glu- lg '11l'U111l2lf1Hl'S Zi,
EVONUK, MARGARET MARY-H1111-1'1'11 fl'1lIl1 St,
A12ll'X1S. 11111111-111-, 111'11g'm1.
EYRES, WESLIE JEAN-Nzulimizll 111111411' S111-if-13
., .., Y ,, .,, .,
-. .1. 111-1 -, .,. 111-1111111
FARMER, NORMA JEAN--1111111-1-1-11 fi-11111 1'111111ill1-,
H1-1-5:11113 1311111111-1'1-iz1l 1'l11l1 Il.
FERRELL, DOROTHY LOU-1411111-1'1-11 f1'0111 11111-
xmr Vily, l':1lifor11i:1: Musk :md lmg'g'1'1' 2. 31,
Vim- Pri-sl 221 Uffiu- Stull' 113 S11z111isl1 4111111 Si
41il'1S' film- 11.
FINLEY, SHIRLEY ANN1N2l11fllli11 ll1111n1' Sm-i1-ty
2, 211 Girls' I11-:1g.:'111- S111-, Ji: A1-livitivs 11Illll1l1, 2.
ZZ: 1121l1ll l'11111 1, 2, 3, 1'r1-S. 22 l'HllllllQ'l'l'12l1 4111111
231 1'1-11 4111111 2, 33: A 1'2lII1l1'112l il.
FISHER. PATRICIA RUTH-1'I1111-re-11 i'1'11111 1'11'2IS-
11111 Hill. 11l'1'2.Z'lDllQ Girls' 1,1-:1g:11v 1'l1. Zi: l':1l1-t-
1w1's Il: S1z1g'1- 11l'L'XY CS.
FLADSTOL, MARJORIE MAY-Spzinisli 1'1ll1ll1.
FLOCK, MARGARET LILLIAN-Nzltimml llmnor
Scwiw-ly 35: Stmh-nt l'oum'il Rm-11. 211 .1'1l't'lll'11 4'lu1:
ii, Vrcs, IX: Stamp :md 1:01111 Rn-11. L53 IN-p 4'1ll1l
II: 'Pri-Y 2,
FORDHAM. ELAINE-1l..X..X. I. 2. 3: VHIIIII1'-l'1'i2ll
FORDHAM. LORAINE-l1.A..X. 1,2.:124101l1!l141'1'1Rl1
FOSNAUGH. DEAN RICHARD-Junior lvzxnu-
Umnm. 2: Studm-nt Uounvil R1-p. 1, 2: 1'zll4-lim-rs
1. 2, fl.
FRAEDRICK, RONALD-Axvnwnfs Uounvil Hvp.
211 19001111111 II, 3: 1C l'11l1l 2, 312 1g2lSk0I1H111 2,
FREDRICKSON, DELAINE JUNE-Palm-Il:-4-l's '
FRYE, CLAUDE J.-'I'r:u-k I. ZZ: 1'li'111Iu 1, 2, .
FRYDENLUND. JOANNE MAR1E'NZl11fbll2l11"1011U!'
Sm-iq-Iy 2, lk: Stud.-nl Rudy 'l'rvz1s. 3: IH-p 4'1lll1
1, 22, il: l'Iug:1-m-.un I: Nm-ws Stuff 31 Slaunp and
liund Uh. 21 G..X..X. 1, 2, C11 Uflivv Stuff 12.
FURROW, JEANN ELLA-.X 112lI1Ilx'11il 311 11il'1s'
Hlm' 1, 2,
FURROW, JOANN JESSIE-.X Czlmn-llzl 112 Girls'
Glu- ZZ, ZZ.
FUSON, MARIAN LOUISE-Girls' 1.1-zlgllv livin 11
l'.-p 1111111 2, 335 Girls' Glu- 31 Spanish Vlub 1,
GARD, OMAR DAl.E-Stump and Ilond lim-p. 1.
GEORGE, KEITH-lliflv l'1u11 21.
GERICKE, DONNA JEAN-1':l1vttm-rs Ii: ,X Vamp-
pm-Ilal' 12, Ii: .Xlll112lSS2ldlTl'S R1 lliflv Vlulr II, Sl. Sw-.
.1, 1ull1S l-1m'v 1.
GILLETT, LARRY B.-1411111-rm-d from Hulllcln-V.
Uulurlulo' lllnnd '1' l't'l'1l1'lIl I'-md "' liifl '
. . . -. - . 1. .., l'11111b
.... ., ,..
.., luck 1.Als.w.
GRAF, BERT ROGER-I'Inlr-rvd from XVQIIIH 'XVaIIa,
XX'z1sI1im:gt0113 Mask and Ililgf-!t'I' 3, Sn-rvicc
GRANT, PEGGY JEAN-Pulf-tlm-v1's I.
GRAVOS, PHYLLIS RUTH'I':Uf.Z'l'II1'2lll Stuff 33
Ass.-mhly Comm. 3: Girls' I.t'2l5.l'lll' Re-lv. 2: PI-11
I'IuIv I, 2, 311 Girls' Glu- I. CI.
GREEN, ROGER E.
GREENE, FLOYD-Ifootlmll 2, II: Hzlsf-Imll I, 2,
IC 1'IuIv I, 2, 31 A Vuppf-lI:1 SI: 1,2lI'k Rats II.
GRIFFETH, MARJORIE MARIE1I':lltt'TI'li from
Imlizmzllwolis, Indiana: .Xvtivitivs Ummm. C51
IIVEIIIIIZIIIOII l'0mm, 2: IIPIFZIU' 13: Spzlnish Vluls CI,
GUERIN, BETTY JANE-Iintvrvcl from 'I'2Il'0III2l.
HAIGHT, CHARLOTTE NEVILLE-National! Hun-
rvr Sm-im-ty 2, 3: Girls' lwaxgua- Rm-p. I: Sunny:
and Ilond Umlmfil 3: 1I..X.A, 23 Ummm-rvizxl 1'luIv
212 I,:1li11 Vlulm Ig SI-1'x'i4-v 4'IuI1 I,
HALSTEAD, PERRY NEIL-Iliflv I'IllIv 2,
HAMILTON, BETTY LOU'-1'IDlIIlIIt'l'C'i2lI 1'IuIv S!
Sn-1: 211 Spanish l'IuIu 2. II.
HAMMOCK, SHIRLEY-41..X..X, 2,
HANRAHAN, PHYLLIS JEAN-I-'alle-itm-vl'S I, if
., ., ,,
.,, Ilvzls. -. .,.
HARRIS, GERALD E.-.Xxx-nn-11's Foum-il .lic-yr, I,
2, IS: Foothzlll I: In-Imtv 223 Hi-Y I, 2, 24: Mask
:md Imggvr il: IC l'IuIu I, 2, II: Ilifh- l'IuII I, 2, I!!
Puk I Itxl I
1 U. ,...
HARRIS, PAULINE MAE-Girls' I.1-zlgum-.
HART, GORDON-ICntI-xwd from Alyrtlv Vw-I-k,
HASSAD. DONALD R.-.X l'zllv1n-lla 2, II: I':1ll-tim-1's
I, 2, JI. SI-rvivv Ululv 2, 33.
HASTINGS, EUGENE EDWARD
HAWKESWORTH. FLORENCE MARIE-Girls'
I,l-:1x:11+- III-p. lg Musk and lmggl-1' I, 2. 21. S1-my II:
Sxumislu Vlulv I. 2. II: 001111111-1'n-iell Vlulr :Ig Iwp
I'luII Zig llrwllvslrn I. 23 'l'ri-Y I. 2.
HAWKINS. NIELVA FAWN-Girls' I.vzlp:11v.
HAYES. MARIE EVELYN-Sm-1'x'is'v Vlulr I, 2
HEAD. LOWELL ROY-YI-tl-rzlnz Asst. Mgr. 'I'ra1vk
I: Smwiw' Vlulx I. 2: Vznlmlvran Flulw I. 2.
HEANY. E. GENE-Jr. I'l:lss 'I'r4-us. 2: Girls'
I.l'IIAL1lI1' lim-p. I1 IN-p I'IIIIn 2, ZZ: 4'mm11I-I'1'1zll
HEISEL, JANET KAY-Musk :Ind llznggl-1' 2.
Ilirls' Ill.-v 2: .X Vzlppvllzl II.
I-IENDRICKSON, DANIEL J.-Iflnlvrl-cl l'I'om Iirzuul
.Ium-lilm, 4'nlurz1du: Nzxtimml Ilmmr Scwn-ly 21:
.Xxl-mf-Irs Vmum-il I'rI-s, 71: I"uuIImII 2. :Ii Hus-
In-Ilvzlll 2. tl: 'l'ruvk 2: Ii Vlulx 2. 311 Hi-Y 2, SI'
SIUIIUIII 1'oum'il lil-11. 33.
HICKENBOTTOM, RICHARD LOAL-ANI-mvlrs
Uoum-il III-p. I: III-Y 2, II.
HIGGINS. DELORES MAE1I':IIlt'l'l'lI from lil-ll,
I':nliI'm'11iu3 .X Falmn-llzl II: 'I'1'i-Y l.
HIXSON. PHYLLIS M.-l'o-Uh. Smile- Hawkins
XY:-I-k 2: .Ir.-Sr, I'rmn, IIOIIIIII Uh. 2: Sllliivlll
l'0lIIlL'II In-p, I. SI, IH-U Ululr I, 2, JI: I'zxlI-ttvws
HOFFER, JAMES E.-lfontlmznll 2. II: Studvnl Foun-
4'iI lie-11. I: Fhvss l'luI1 I.
HOPPER, RICHARD S.-NIIIIUIIIII Hollor Sovim-ly III
.Ir.-Sr. l'rum. Ummm. Uh. 21 Foollwzlll I. 2. 21'
Slusll-nl Vmxm-il lla-p. I, 2: Hi-Y 2, II, Prvs. "
IC l'luII 2, CI. Sm-, CI.
HUFFNIAN, GWENDOLYN LOIS-Nzltimmzll Ilmmr
Sm-il-ty il: Girls' lmzxgllm- lil-p. :Ig I"I'Q'lIl'II Vlulx
II, VII-1--pr--s, II: IH-p lIIllIl 2, II: I'zlle-Ilw-I's 231
1' X X I "'1'i1'Ie'1'lI-mf"
I.. ... . .I. I . 1 .I.
HUGU5. NELLIE DOLORES-.X111In1ssz11I111's
HUNNICUTT, BETTY-8111111-111 l'ou111-il Iivp, 321
P1111 Vlulm I, 2, Il: Slillllll 111111 Iinml I, 23 Girls'
HUNTER, WILLIAM EDWARD-I-21111-11111 fI'0lll
1'fIl'lI2llld, f5I't'f.'I0ll, I"1mlI1z1Il ZZ, Il: ,X 12111111-IIz1 l,
2, Il: Ituys' Glu- 2, 'I'1'o11In11ln1's Tl.
HYDE, DONNA FAYE-N11lio1111l Illllllll' Suvin-ly
2, Il: Iflditor Hzlndlmook 213 Asst. Iius. Mgr. IG.
ILS. N1-ws JI: Student 1'0u111-il Iivp. lg S11zu1isl1
l'Il1ll I, 3, Sl, Pre-S. Cl: A I'z1pp1-IIz1 33 Slillllll 111111
Hfllld 23 l'ZllIlt'I'2l. Vluh 2.
JACOBSON, REID CHALIVIERS-Hi-Y 22.
JEANS, ALICE-IC11l1-rn-11 f1'u111 I'll111i1'z1. U1'1'g'1m11: .MI
S1z1l'I' 21: Pz1I1-tn-1-1's ill P1-11 l'l11I1 Zig liz1111I 2, SI.
JENKINS, FLORENCE ELIZABETH-I'111t111w-fl
from .XIlk'Il0I'2lg't', .XIz1skz1.
JOHNS, MARILYN ADELMAiNElIi4lII2ll II1111111'Su-
1-ivty 2, II, 'I'1'1-ns. Il, .I1'.-S12 I'1'm11. l'4lIlllll. 23
Girls' I.1-11g:111- l'h:1i1'111:111 il: A I':1pp1-IIz1 2. '
111-1-l1vs11'z1 21 'l'I'0lIIl2ldlIl'S II,
JOHNSON, ARTHUR CURTIS'-'.XXQ'IllllII'S 4'11u111'iI
II1-p. 2, YI1-1--P1'1-s. 2: Snph. 4'I:1ss I'1'1-si Footlmll
2, Ill Wi-Y I, 2, Il. S1-11 111 I'Il'I11I1 2, Ill A Pup-
p1-Il21 I, 21 I':11'k Ilzlts 231 Il1-l1:1t1- ZZ.
JOHNSON, MILTON DUANE--I':11'k Ilzllw I1
JOHNSON, ROSE LOUISE1l':IIlt'l't'll t'1'o111 I'u1'I'
Iilllll, U1'1-7:0111 I'z1l1-111-1-1's 2, Il: Utliw- Stull' 213
1'rr1111111'1'1-iz1I I'l11Iv 71: S1I1'x'i1'1- 4'l11I1 il.
JOHNSTON, DOROTHY MAE-IG11l1-1'111I 11-11111
Nillllllil. Iflulm. ,X111Iu1ss111l1n's 2,
JONES, MARY MARGARET-I'Z11t1-1'1-1I I'l'UIll St,
M:11'y's: Nzllifmkll Ilrmm' Smlivty Zlg Ad Stull 123
Girls' I.1-:1g'111- II1-11. 323 Musk :111cl l72lf.f3.1'1'l' II, 'I'1'i-
Y 13: 11,A.,X, :L
JONEZ, AL RAY-S--nim' IIz1111'1- Vllllllll. 4'I1. ..3
N11z111isl1 ltllllv I, 2, II, l'1'1-s, 23: I",I"..X, I, 2, Il, S1-1-.
2, 'I'I'1-215, Il.
JORDANGER, ELEANOR C.-Nilllllllill lllllllll' S0-
1-11-ty 2, 321 lmlilllilllflfbli stz1t'I' fl: IM-I1z111- II: I11t1-1'
JUHL, GORDON MERLE-I4'.If'.A. 1, 23 Riflv Vluh
23: Ilnys' Ulm- I: Stump und Bond 3.
KERREBROCK, JACK LEO-lCntvrvd from Unk-
KINGERY, ERNEST LOYAL-Puck Rats I.
KINGMAN, ALICE MAV-National Honor Sovif-ty
22. II: l'Ill5.Z'x'IIt'2lII Stuff 2. il, Editor Il: Jr.-Sr, Prom.
Uh. 2: Suph. Imnu- Comm. I: G.A.A. I. 2. 32,
Yin'-l'l'n'S. 21 Ilifll- 1'llllb l. 2, 3, Sew. Z1 lyvll
VIUII I, 2, II.
KOCH, MARTHA GENA-Pall:-tteors I, 2,1-l14l.,X..X.
KOEPP, EARLENE GENE-Girls' In-zlglllv Ih-11. I:
YI-II Qlllvvll :Ig In-p l'llllI I, 3, SIL Musk and Img'-
grz-r I, 2. II: l'illl'lll'l'l'S II: Girls' Glu- Zi.
KREHBIEL. DONNA MAE-Girls' ln'Ilg.:'llm' Ill-p. SI
KRUNIDIECK, OSCAR FRED-l'z1uk Rats Il.
KUNTZ, KAREN GAY-Girls' l,I-:1g:uv lh-p. 2
IH-lv Ululv 2. Il: ,X Vnpln-Ilu 2, Ill Girls' Glu- I,
LANE, ANNETTA DELI-'l'1lllx'l'Ud from ,X't'l'Il0lll2l.
lll't'2.1'UIlI Girls' till-v I.
LEE. LILLIAN L.-Ufllvv Stuff' 33 l'UlIIllIl'l'1'l2ll Nlull
LINGO, MARY FAYE-I-Int:-rl-fl from l'nix'1-rslty
High: Stzunp und Ilond llvp, CI: l'zlln-ttm-l's 2. IZ.
LOCHNER, PATRICIA ANN-Girls' Inluprm- Il:-11.
ll IR-11 Ululu I, 2, 32: l'0mlm-rr-iul Ululm 35, Vive
l'rvs. 311 Spanish 1'IuIs 12: 'Fri-Y 2.
LOCKYEAR, ROBERT W.
LOVELACE, TYRUS R.-I'Inh-rvd from 1l2lkI'lllg't'.
Url-pqmx, I"rmtlmII fl: Ilnskm-tlmll 3.
TWRY. ISABELLE JOANN-I'Ixitvr4-II fl'llIlI Blil-
xwziukii-. Uiw-grail: l4I.ll.S. Ne-ws Stull' Zig IH-Imll
II: I':Ill-ltr-:ws II: 'I'ri-Y 2, II.
IIACK. RICHARD DAVID-.Ir. Vlziss Yivv-l'lw-s. '
Stull.-nl l'4mu11-'il Iii-p, I: A. Vupin-Ilzl I, 2,
I'r--s. II: IIifY 2. fl: 'I'i'rrllIsaului's II.
MADSEN. MARGARET ELINOR-I'1iit-in-fl frun
Vmiiivil IIIUITH. Iowan: I-1.II.S, X-'ws Stull' 22'
l':lll-III-4-ix Ill .Xliilrzisszilluis Il.
MASON. V. GILBERT
MALJGHAN. CALLA JEAN-Girls' l.1-:lull--.
IVIAUGHAN, DORIS BEOVITA-Iillul-in-:lil Stull' -C11
.X!iilf:uxs:lrlni's I, J. ,., X1-'I--I'1'-is, Zig I41l1Illl1'I'I'I:ll
I'Il1Ii IE. 'l'r--rms. II: .X 12111314-llzl Ill Girls' lil.-v l. 21
'I4I'l'X I: I'2llII4'l'2l Vlull 3.
IVICALOON. JOHN LELAND-.X Vnppi-lI:l 271 Ihiyx
McCAIN, GEORGIA MAE-Stiul-'nl mmm-il Il.-p, 2:
il..X..X. I. 2, 21, l'r4-S. II: I':1lvlt1-1+i's :EQ I"--p Vluli
Il: Girls' Ulm- J: Ilifli- Vlull 2.
IVICCALLISTER, PHYLLIS L.-Girls' IA-Qipqiiv Ili-p.
2: l':fl+-llvfis 2, II1Ili1'ls'4Ilw- 2: 'I'ri-Y 2: Valm-
1'I'2I Ivllllv 2.
IVICCLANAHAN. RAMOLA MAY-1':im--r:1 Vluli 2.
IVICCLINTIC, DOROTHY JANE-Girls' IA-zlgllv lla-lv.
2: Simiiisli 4'luII l. 2, 311 I'zll1-It----rs 21: IH-p Vluli
IVICCOY. JANIS LEE-.Ili Flzisx Si-I-. 3: IH-im "lull I.
3. ZZ. Sm-, 223 .X Vzimu-llzi 3, 313 I42lllIl'l'1l l'l11Ii 31
Muir Mlm- I.
MCCOY, LOUELLA MAE-Slllllwiil Vuiiiivil Ili-p, I.
NICHENRY. VIRGINIA MAE-Sr. Vlnss 'l'r--aw 311
Girls' I.:-znullv li--im, 1,21 IN-p4'lullZ!:1'm11i1i4-iwizll
NICNETT, MARY JEAN-'I'I'i-Y 2, III 4liI'IS' III1-1'
Z. Ii: Vmiiiiil-i'vi:lI Vllill ll.
IVIEATS, BETTY MARIE-Sn'l'Yi4'v 4'IuIm I,
MELBY, LILLIAN MARIE-Sllldx-III I'0llllm'il IZ
SIIIIIIISII 4'Iul- 2. 31: S--I-Y :Zi IH-p Vluh 3. ZS: I':ll-
MEYER, JOHN EDWIN-Iixllvl'-'II frrmx 'III-milmwml.
Url-gmx: Iliflv Vlub Il: l.:1li11 l'l111+ 2.
NIICHELSON, DELORIS MAE-H1114-l'I'1I Hmm:
MILLER. ELIZABETH ANN-Ihvp Vlulu 21: 'l'Vi-Y
NIINDLE. EDITH I,--I'Inl-lwml frfun 1":1Ip::u'5, Vam-
.l4I.1. Ilp I Illlv 1-..X..X, .-. h11:ll11slu1Iulv.,,
MISBACH, MYRNA RUTH-Ilillufxw-mi frmu I'nix'v1'-
MOBLEY, BRUCE JUSTIN-.XX1'Ill4'll'S I'llllll4'II 21.
MOBLEY, DELL L.
MOLL, RICHARD E.-Nutimml Iluxmr Sm-iz-ly 2.
Il: Sr. Vlnss I'rI-s. 11: I'I1xgvm-:mlm Slznft' 2: ,Xsm-nv
lvly t'umm. 2. 221 In-Iunlv 223 Sluch-111 IIUIIIIVII I1
MOORE. LON G.
NIOORE, PRISCILLA ANN1N1lIIliIl2lI IIUIIUI' Su-
, ., ... V- . Q- , .I ,
I-im-lx -, .-. .1-xl. l,I-anpzuv Ir--s. U. lwp. 2: lwp
IIIIIIY 2, IL: 'l'l'l-Y I: Wunnlm-l'1-izul Vlulv 111 Girls'
Illw I, 2
IVIORNHINWEG, CHARLES-Ifmnllvzlll U, 712 IC I'lLlIv
MORGAN. JAMES EDWARD-.Xllxlxzlsszlnlnulw 2,
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YOUNG, MARY LOU-I'Intvwd from Fort Morpqzxn,
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YOUNG, WALTER SANFORD-lillte-re-d from
YOUNG-QUIST, GENEVIEVE JOAN-I'I11te-rvdfrom
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J. McNutt, Mr. Moore, Mrs. Banks, G. Diebel, J. Carlisle, D. Hanson
Throughout T945-46 the iunior class was
outstanding in school activities.
In early December the iunior week "Pep-
permint Holiclays" introduced the class to
the social program and was climaxed on
December 'I6 by the annual iunior dance,
also "Peppermint Holiday," which proved
a success under the excellent leadership of
John McNutt. The dance was an all-school,
non-date, sport dance with the Christmas
season as its motif.
Following this activity, iunior class en-
ergies focused on the outstanding social
event of the year, the Junior-Senior Prom,
sponsored by the class and living up to the
high expectation of the student body.
The beauty and color of Mexico filled the
eye, while the gay sidewalk cafes of Guad-
alaiara beckoned all present. The Latin
atmosphere was further enhanced by the
Spanish fountain in the center patio, and
the brilliant colors of the entire effect. The
quiet lighting, which seemed to transport
the dance to a warm, enticing evening
south of the border, and the charm of the
entire evening made light hearts in all who
The Prom, held May 3, was efficiently
managed by Greg Smith and the Prom
Committee who worked many hours to
make it the success that it was.
With its class officers-John McNutt,
president, Gordon Diebel, vice-president,
Dolores Hanson, secretary, and Jane Car-
lisle, treasurer, the class helped greatly in
making the year a truly fine one.
lt certainly seems with the activity rec-
ord the iunior class has made this year,
with the help of Mr. Moore during both
years and Miss Greenbaum and Mrs. Banks
during the past year, there will be no worry
ofa poor future in their path.
Adair. R. Alford. D.
Armstrong. T. Ault. J.
Barrell. S. Bealrsto. D.
Bissell. M. Blssell. R.
Boone, L. Bosshardt. B.
Brinkman. D. Brooks. P.
Burge, M. Butler. B.
Casperson. D, Caswell. D.
Baker, M. Bale, B.
Bennett. K. Bertelsen, P.
Blackstone. V. Blanton. M.
Bowllng. P. Boyd. C.
Brown. D. Brown. D.
Califf. M. Campbell. L.
Cl'1apn1an.D. Chapman. L.
Armstrong. A. Armstrong, D.
Banks. J. Barbee, J.
Bethel, G. Billings, J.
Boesen. C. Boles, L.
Brandt. M. Bricker, V.
Bryant. C. Buckles. D.
Campbell, W, Carlisle, J.
Chase. N. Chase. P.
1 Q . is ,..gh,jj:.
Christensen. D. Clark. M, Coakes, D. Coakes, R.
Coggins. J. Collins, B. Collins, F. Conoly, S.
Cooper. K. Corbin, Nl. Coven, J, Cox. M.
Dahlberg, D. Darnrnen, T. Daniels. D. Davenport,
Dodge, Fred Donahue, T. Drinkwater. L. Drollinger.
Eddy, D. Edgeworth, J. Ellison. C. Ellwood. D.
Ferrell, G. Fisher. D. Fladstol, L. Fluent, J.
Fulton, Fl. Gardner, H. Gardner, L. Gardner. P.
Cockerllne. A. Coe. R. Coe. V.
Cook, L. Cook, V. Cooley. S.
Crabtree. G. Crnkes, J, Craig. B.
H. Davis,W. Diebel. G. DilIon.J.
R. Duqar1,S. Durflinger, R. Earl. H.
Falk, E. Farmer. J. Fenner, B.
Fowler. W. Fox, A, Frolen. E.
Garrett, D, Gaveney. N. Gaylord, G
Gibson,J. Glllmore. E. GIover.J. GoodI1n,J. Grady. B. Graves.A. Gray,J.
Griffith, M. Gunn. J, Haight, J. Haldorson, L. Haldorson, L. Hall. A. Haley, R,
Hamilton. D. Hamilton. P. Hamilton. W. Hammock. B. Hammock. M. Handley, D. Hanns, J.
Hanson. D. Hanson, K. Hapner, V. Harpster, F. Harris, H. Hought. E. Hawkins, D
Haynes. W. Heffernan. J. Hein. F. Helikson, L. Henderson, J. Herbranson, J. Hunshnw, M
Holland. G. Hoitmg. J. Hornibrook. R. Hoselton, S. Hoxey. M. Jeppesen. G, ljams, M.
Ingram, M. Isaacson, P. Jack, O. Jaquenod. M. Jeske, G. Hubbard, D. Johnson. E
. Johnson. H. Johnson, M. Johnson, S. Jones. M. Jones. M. Jordan, D.
Keefe. D. Keller, M. Kirk. A. Knollin, B. Knowles. A. Kremmel, J. Vrueger, K,
Krumdieck, D. Kunkel. FZ. Lake, C. Landers, D. Larkey, K. Leigh. B. Lundberg, N.
Little, B. Lloyd, J. I ochard, G. loppnow, Y, McHenry, B. I oucks, M. Lundberg. E.
Luttrell, C. McCracken. B. McGiIIicuddv, B. McGinfy, P. Loseth, H. McHenry. P. McInt1re, B.
McKeen, B. McKinney, S. McMaster, M. McNutt, J. McWilliams, B. Madsen. S. Magnuson, M
Mahany, S. Malos, L. Malpass. D. Mannel. J. Manseth, R. Marines, B. Marks, J.
Marshall, M. Maxon, J. Means, B. Melhy, D. Mention, R. Merewenther, A. Milnr. H.
Miller, D. Miller, D. Miller, J. Msller, M. Miller, N. Mir1er.G, Mintz, D.
Mlsback, G. Mitchell. V. Moore. P. Morrill, H,
Nasholm. J. Neely. B. Neet. D. Newman. R.
Olsen. M. Orchard. D. Ostby. K. Pengra. D.
Peterson, E, Peterson. K. Pfieffer. B. Plckell, B.
Plmsted. D. Plant, B. Porter. M. Powers. M.
Privrasky. J. Proudfit. J. Ransom. D. Rasor. B.
Reynolds. R. Rheinsberg. B. Rhoades. P. Rhoads. M.
Rrchey. I. Richman. G. Rrder. G. Ruedel, D.
P erson, K.
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W' ex " fn in " 'B-
Rutledge, E. Sanchez. L. Sargent, B. Scearce, P. Schmieding, G. Scofield, R.
Scott. R. Sem. G. Shafer, L. Sherman, D. Sibley, D. Sibley, R.
Skade, S. Small, J. Smith, E. Smith. G, Smith, H. Smith, H.
Smith, J. Smith, M. Smith, S. Snyder, R. Snyder, V. Soehren. J.
Sorenson, D. Sorenson, E. Sorenson, D. Sorenson, E. Southward, C, Sparling. V.
Spierllng C. Stalsberg, L. Steele, K. Stelting, E. Stevens, C. Stinchcomb, R.
Stringfield, J. Strite, D. Strong, D. Sullivan, R. Swartz, P. Swennes. D.
Taylor, D. Thompson, I. Thornton, N. Titus, T. Towne, J. Tupper, J.
Turnbull, S. Ver Bryck, D. Walker, J.
Weber. L. Welch, K. Weldy. B.
Willcock, D. Williams, H. Williamson. L.
Witcraft, D. Wolfe. S. Wolfenbarger,
Young. R. Young, V.
Bench. D, Campbell, D.
Brown. B. Engebretson.
Burk. G. Huss, D.
Callaway, H. Johnson, D.
Watts, K. Way, J.
Wilde, E. Wildlsh, M.
Winfrey, D. Witheck, N.
Wright, F. Wullschleger, K
Mighty Eugene High has received an-
other ponderous income of eager young
Sophomores ready to carry on its great tra-
ditions. This year's sophomore class is one
of the largest in the history of the school,
and has proved to be a real asset in help-
ing Eugene High go over the top.
The sophs have put through two major
functions this year-an assembly on March
l, which was organized and put on solely
by sophomore talent: and the sophomore
Dance, put on in May to entertain the ninth
The sophomores have also mode a good
showing in the various school contests, La-
vina Rodgers being chosen Queen of the
Beaux Arts Ball. A few have also distin-
guished themselves by earning letters dur-
ing their first year here-these were John
Reed, Jim Douglas and Dean Linder. Of
course most of the sophs have gone
D. Burgraff. A. Wickham, K, Stenschoel, R. Beatty, S. Gilllla
through the traditional initiations of the
many school clubs. Now, as the year draws
to a close we see the sophomores, the
greenness worn off, ready to carry on as
iuniors, working to keep the name of Eu-
gene High School near the top for having
the best standards and talent among the
schools of our country.
FIRST ROW: B. Wolfe. C. Lynn, A. Keller, L. Gilbert, M. Roe. V. Buckingham, F. Jensen, C. Moriarty. SECOND
ROW: R. Statzer, C. Brvan. Z. Jones. M. Sorenson, M. Fleshman. J. Woodard. B. Cushman. THIRD ROW: B.
Lane, L. Williams. P. Husband. l. Beamer, B. MacManniman. M. Johnson. J. Bleth. FOURTH ROW: A. Simon,
K. Pratt. R, Henriksen. R. Barker, J. Paseman, G. Gustafson, E. Barton. R. Durflinqer. FIFTH ROW: R. Doo-
little, M. Jones, J. McBroom.
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FIRST ROW: M. Hixson. M. Haines, J. Cavey, V. Simons. J. Riddle, J. Ullrich. D. Hull. P. Paulson. S. Fand-
rem. SECOND ROW: J. Mondell, B. Rogers, D. Morris, P. Calvert. D. Maser. D. Malos. M. Wilson, W. Stewart.
THIRD ROW: J. Douglas. W. Wise. R. Bomer. J. Reynolds. R. Rust. D. Hickey. O. Vian. FOURTH ROW: N.
Antone. J. Livingston. C. Christenson, C. Hastings, J. Smith. K, Mull. FIFTH ROW: F. Arnold, B. White, G.
FIRST ROW: E. Templeten, G. Gray, S. Hubbard, D. Blackburn, B. Froling, D. Iverson, M. Torricellas. SECOND
ROW: S. Smith, B. Phelps, D. Madgan, P. Mortensen, P. Coppinger. E. Coven. THIRD ROW: T. McKensie, S.
Harrington. D. Wilcock. N. Garden. J. Robertsen, D. Clough, J. Ward. FOURTH ROW: J. Napper, C. Thomp-
son, C. Peterson, D. Doak, F. Herbert, V. Channel, M. Farber. D. Russell. FIFTH ROW: B. Bozarth, R. Foster,
P. Gray, D, Dropdale.
FIRST ROW: M. McKenney, J. Lockard, M. Davis, M. Siegmund, C. Hoyt, P. Nudelman, D. Vanderbelt, A. Ker-
rebrock. SECOND ROW: G. Copelan, A. Jensen, D. Leslie, R. Robbins, A. Byrnes, L. Hayes. L. Cordon. THIRD
ROW: B. Dodge. M. Weinstein. C. Parder. C. Smith, F. Shrode, E. Rhodes. A. Schaaf, N. Donner. FOURTH
ROW: D. Stevens, L. Storie, D, Walsh, K. Rogers, J. Jackson. J. Hurlspeth, D. Linder, L. Zink. FIFTH ROW: B.
Laursen, A. Baker, H. Halpern, P. Lynch, D. Romstead.
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FIRST ROW: P. Davis, A. Hull, M. Harmon, C. Inman, R. White. B. Rees. M. Johnson, P. Kleinsmith, D. Ficker.
SECOND ROW: L. Gilson, V. Drake, J. Arhey, S. Cook, P. Boals. R. Beatty, L. Rogers. B. Drosselmeyer. THIRD
ROW: J. Wermham. S. Barker. L. Elson, L. Driscoll, R. Purcell. P. Jordan. I. Jorgensen. FOURTH ROW: B.
Potterf, E. McKenzie, D. Mathews. L. Moore, R. Day, N. Peterson. FIFTH ROW: N. Nickson. M. Jensen, W.
Clouse, C. Shelby.
FIRST ROW: L. Marshall, L. Hodges, D. Edwards, V. Anderson, M. Glasgow, M. Cary, V. Detering, L. Haley. C.
Shuler. SECOND ROW: L. Spear, S. Folling. P. MacGreqor. S. Baker, L. Parish. S. Stelzer. B. Thazton. C.
Black, F. Lowrv. THIRD ROW: T. Nugent, P. Elviglon. E. Christiansen, M. McCallum, M. McCracken, J. John-
son, M. Barrow. C. Mulloy, D. Griner. FOURTH ROW: T. Bower, D. Shreve. J. Bolin. R. Ross. E. Ziniker. B.
Frank. E. Hopkins. J. Tribe. FIFTH ROW: C. Warnock. D. Spencer, C. Daniel. G. Garrett, J. Gardner.
FIRST ROW: C. R. Reynolds, L. Titus. B. Kusler, N. Gustafson. J. Bashford. L. Taylor. J. MacMiIlar. SECOND
ROW: L. Scott. B. Peterson, D. Robertson, L. Scott, M. Burch, L. Pratt, E. Hamlin. THIRD ROW: L. Hutchin-
son, F. Waldrip, S. Rierdon, J. Hendrickson, L. White, M. Bedortha, H. Rutherford. FOURTH ROW: R. Paris, B.
Potter. J. Jones. H. Jensen, P. Jensen. C. Krey, L. Dunlap. FIFTH ROW: C. Andrus. J. Loughary, B. Dragoo.
M. Callaghan, S. Boyd.
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FIRST ROW: S. Hefley. I. Brown, R. Weltch. L. Carone. J. Robertson, J. Barker. D. Payne. P. Daniels, P.
Raabe. SECOND ROW: M. Hugus, B. Wlcal, I. Renshaw, L. Williams, I. Myers, R. Hicks, C. Young, B. Moore-
head. THIRD ROW: B. Mansell, R. Williams, C. Craig, J. Dyer, A. Cluster, E. Larsen, J. Skirvin. FOURTH
ROW: L. Grant. C. Bedortha, L. Moore. H. Seeger. J. de Brockert, M. Peterson, L. Pittsley, B. Hooper. FIFTH
ROW: H. Hardcastle. J. Vitus. D. Green.
FIRST ROW: V. Taliaferro, A. Ziolkowsky, D. Shafer, E. Gillett, D. Houmes, M. Tykeson, E. Nemerovsky, L.
Campbell. M. Lynch, L. Schmidt. SECOND ROW: D. Sova. D. Hendricks, G, Childers, E. Gilmore, S. Fitch, T.
Rodgers. P. Weber, B. Alford, F. Still. THIRD ROW: N. Mariott. D. Askinwall, W, Olsen, P. Kroft, M. Trude,
J. McMahan, L. Farnsworth, C. Lee. FOURTH ROW: D. Brunken. C. Orloff. F. Tompkins, H. Conant, M, Crab-
tree, K. Hathaway. FIFTH ROW: R. Kelso, D. Ford, C. Wells, V. Elwood,
FIRST ROW: R. Cook. A. Gatewood, N. Newhouse, S. Gilland, V. Harries, P. Roth, B. Fox, M. Petzold, C. Smith.
SECOND ROW: E. L. Harpham, J. Miesel, R. Scott, M. Sullivan. E. Sterishoil. A. Havnes, J. DeLao, J. Zelinsky.
THIRD ROW: E. Churchill, R. Dykes, R. Lilley, M. Lee, D. Burgraff, K. Stansberry, D. Olsen, D. Lane. FOURTH
ROW: D. Seeger. H. Jones, B. Taylor, B. Hampv, L. Ohlsen, B. Lassen. T. Wattron, F. Parsons. FIFTH ROW:
B. Gardner, S. Clark. C. Stewart. E. Readon.
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Football, Basketball, Track
DUANE "MEL" MELLEM
Harry Walker Receiving Earl Jones Cup
When sixty-five boys, including eleven
lettermen and one regular from last year's
team, turned out for the initial practice the
chances of Eugene High's making a cred-
itable showing in '45 were rated very low.
Swinging a meaner axe than was
thought possible by most, "Kuch's Klan"
chopped their way into second place in the
No-Name League. Losing, in league play,
only to this year's champions, the Corvallis
Spartans and during a season of eight
games the team lost only two, one to Cor-
vallis and the other loss being to the Black
Tornado of Medford.
The opening game of the season was
with University High, our little brothers
across the city. With their best chance in
years for a victory the Tiders' heavy and
experienced team bogged down and the
Axemen trampled them into the mud to
the tune of 26-O.
Next to be led to the block was Spring-
field, in their first season of No-Name
League play. The "Mighty Millers" were
promptly trimmed 24-O.
The sore point of the season, which
seemed to leave its imprint on the follow-
ing two games was our 52-7 defeat by
Medford's Black Tornado.
After losing three games the Albany
Bulldogs proved they still had teeth and
gave the Purple and White a rough time
FRONT: G. Rider, N. Privrasky, R. Hopper, D. Hendrickson. C. Mornhenwig, H. Paulus, J. Banks. CENTER: G.
Miner. BACK: B. Doak. C. Smith. H. Walker.
FIRST ROW: R. Hopper, G. Miner, E. Wilde, H. Walker, B. Hunter, C. Mornhinweg, J. Douglas, B. Sargent,
C. Luttrell. SECOND ROW: D. Ruth, H. Paulus, N. Privrasky, G. Smith, B. McGiIlicuddy, B. Doak, C. Smith,
J. Jones, T. Nugent. THIRD ROW: J. Banks, J, Hanns, D. Hendrickson, J. Hoffer, A. Jonez, D. Nordling, T.
Lovelace, D. Hubbard, E. Neuenfeldt, G. Rider.
unTil Eugene garnered The only Touchdown
in iTs 7-O vicTory.
STill spinning from The Medford TwisTer,
The Axemen baffled in The SparTan's "Fog
Bowl" aT Corvallis only To lose a 19-12 Tally
somewhere on a foggy field.
Following This, The Team snowshoed over
The mounTains To Bend where They came To
life swinging a sharper axe, snowing Bend
under by a counT of 20-0.
Eugene Traveled To KlamaTh Falls The
nexT week, The home pond of The Pelicans.
"K, Falls" held on To a 13-13 Tie unTil laTe
in The TourTh quarTer when Eugene surged
Through for an 5-yard drive ThaT secured a
19-13 vicTory wiTh only Two seconds lefT
in The game.
For The Homecoming game our enemies
from Salem paddled up To Eugene wiTh
every inTenTion of Taking The axe away
from us. BUT The Axemen sank The Viking's
boaT in The "Civic STadium Lake", swam off
wiTh a 13-O Triumph, and second place in
The No-Name League.
J. Robertson, B. Shelby, R. Bissell.
All-Stars: D. Hendrickson, C. Mornhinweg, J. Banks
Y ' 1
The Eugene Axemen, under The waTch-
ful eye of Hank Kuchera, compleTed The
mosT successful season in The pasT TwenTy
years, finishing up wiTh The STaTe Cham-
pionship under Their belTs.
They sTarTed as a very green Team wiTh
one Transfer and The rest "B" squad players
from The previous year. AlThough losing
many of Their pre-season games To pow-
erful Teams, as Medford, WashingTon and
RoosevelT of PorTland, They gained valu-
xl .ll .fl
able experience and presTige which paid
off in The end.
TogeTher wiTh winning The sTaTe cham-
pionship They won The No-Name league
wiTh buT one defeaf in Ten games. This was
aT The hands of The Corvallis SparTans. The
Axemen had liTTle Trouble in subduing Dis-
TricT Six Teams and rolled along wiTh Ten
sTraighT vicTories. SignificanT of Their dis-
TricT championship was The placing of Three
men on The DisTricT Six All-sTar Team: Ty
Lovelace, Gene Miner, and Ernie Wilde.
Eugene Then moved To The STaTe Tourna-
FIRST ROW: K. Welch, E.
Frolen, T. Smith, B. Wolfe,
B. Adair. SECOND ROW:
D. Mellem, J. Banks, D.
Hubbard, G. Garrett, D, Lee.
.l. Crakes. THIRD ROW
B. Sassen, J. Nasholm, C.
Swensen, L. Campbell, M.
ment and met Hillsboro in their first game.
The Spartans boasted a center of 6 feet
795 inches, but the hard driving Axemen
could not be held down, and went on to
win 47 to 27. Next they encountered the
Pirates from Marshfield and fought to a
Next was Medford, undoubtedly their
stiffest test. They had already been beaten
All Stars: G. Miner, T. Lovelace, E. Wilde.
twice in pre-season games. The Axemen
trailed all the way, but kept on driving and
finally nosed out the Tigers 33-32.
Eugene was now ready for the finals.
They were to play Washington, defending
state champions from Portland, who had
also beaten Eugene in two pre-season tilts.
By this time the Axemen had reached the
climax of the season and surged on to win
the Oregon State Basketball Championship
52-27. Receiving additional fame were
Ty Lovelace and Gene Miner who were se-
lected on the All-State first and second
Managers: L. Boles, H. Smith
To all outlooks Eugene High should
have had a successful track season but con-
sidering the deadline, we had to wait to
find the outcome.
The initial practices began late in March
and the team was set on getting into "con-
dition" for the Hayward Relays, April 19.
They were then to take part in two triangu-
lar meets with Springfield and University
High. Next was the District 6 meet, the
qualifying round for the state track meet.
Each year two contestants are selected in
each event to go to the state meet and in
all probability Eugene would have several
entrants in this meet. The Axemen would
also take part in a Big Six meet which in-
cluded Salem, Corvallis, Albany, Bend and
Returning letter winners were Dan Hen-
drickson who would run in the 880, throw
the discus, and high iump, Gene Rider was
also one of the lettermen high jumpers-
John Banks, who clicks off the "century"
at 10.5 was aided by Gene Miner in the
sprints, Gene also puts the shot. Other
valuable "thinclads" were Bob Doak, quar-
ter miler and Harry Paulus, an 880 and 440
man. In addition to these fellows there
were numerous Sophomores and transfers
which made up a fine track squad this year.
FIRST ROW: D. Paris, K. Wullschleger, R. Newman, J. Banks. G. Rider. T. Donahue, R, Kelso, D. Reidel. SEC-
OND ROW: D. Hendrickson, R. Green. E. Barton, G. Miner, W. Haynes, S. Turnbull, D. Ruth, B. Haylor. THIRD
ROW: B. Doak, E. Fteaden, J. Portis, K. Long, D. Linder. B. Hammock. C. Shelby. H. Paulus.
At press time the outcome of the '46
season was still an unknown secret, but in
all probability it will be very successful due
to the many returning lettermen. Heading
the list will be pitcher, Harold Walker, who
played on the Esquire-All-American Boys'
Team in Portland last year. Others include
Captain Jim Ekstrom, who was shifted to
first base and Cal Smith, outfielder in the
'45 season, moved to shortstop to
strengthen the infield. Pitcher Jim Hanns,
infielder Keith Welch, catcher Dick Strite,
outfielder Floyd Greene, and utility man
Eddie Frolen forming the nucleus of the
Axemen "nine." Other recruits included
numeral winners of '45 and some promis-
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ing sophomores and transfers.
The Axemen were to play an 'I8-game
schedule, having a pre-season game with
the University of Oregon Freshmen. Games
with University High, Springfield, Junction
City will make up District Six play. The
Axemen were defending Co-Champions of
the Big Six League, and played Albany,
Corvallis, Salem and Springfield. Out-of-
league games will be played with Pleas-
ant Hill and Lebanon.
This year's team had its sights set on a
chance to play in the Oregon State Base-
ball Championship playoffs held at Port-
SEATED: D. Garret. B. Sargent, D. Mintz. FIRST ROW: E. Frolen, F. Greene, J. Douglas, E. Nuenfeldt, J.
Ekstrom, J. Hanns, C. Smith, J. Smith, H. Halpern, C. Ellison. SECOND ROW: D. Mellem, K. Stenshoel, W.
Haynes, J. Paseman, J. Crakes, J. Nasholm, D. Strite, E. Wilde, H. Smith.
High school girls enioy participating in
sports just as much as boys and although
they do not play inter-school games they
enioy intra-class competition.
This year the socker season was fairly
short due to the weather but a few hard-
fought games were played.
The next sport taken up by the gym
classes was basketball. The rules were re-
viewed and a tournament was conducted
in each class.
Later in the year volleyball was started
M. De Vos, Head Instructor
and continued until the good softball
weather. In volleyball also, teams were
organized and tournaments played in each
At the first sign of spring girls interested
in tennis iourneyed to the University courts
where a few good matches were played
Near the end of the year when the
weather permitted softball was enjoyed by
the gym classes, again organizing teams
and playing tournaments.
Lad ies from
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Joan Dodson so o E.E, osPresident E -- ,Bob Doak
Ed De Cou -ooVice Presidentc- o ..Ao so Roy Morgan
Reitha Bauman J to Secretarycool as or , B v,--saMarion Bradshaw
Judy Egge .oE.. J E J ooovo ,E J, Treasurers so B oooooo so aoooo B J o aMarilyn Johns
The Alpha Chapter of the National
Honor Society was granted Eugene High in
1924. The constitution of the national or-
ganization recognizes four cardinal objec-
tives as fundamental in all educational
practices: Scholarship, Leadership, Char-
acter, and Service.
Students are selected for membership by
the faculty, the number limited on a per-
Besides the two formal initiations there
were two new activities this year, the study
hall committee which took charge of extra
study halls and the Ushers Committee
which ushered the reserved seats at the
Nineteen Seniors became members dur-
ing their Junior year, eleven last fall, and
fourteen in the spring.
The advisors are Nina Kitts, Clara Blais,
Edgar Goodnough, Kenneth Kienzle, Paul
Potter and Dean Mickelwait.
r Members Electedj
Al Ray Jonez
FIRST ROW: C. Black. P. McHenry. B. Marines, E. Mindle, L. Conner, D. Ferrell, B. Guerin, F. Hawkesworth.
SECOND ROW: P. Simmons. B. Shreve, C. Alford, B. Chase, D. Miller, J. Maxon, D. Churchill, S. Robinson, L.
Melby. THIRD ROW: D. Hyde, M. Rosenberg, N. Read, M. Griffeth, R. Bauman. B. Hamilton. Nl. Fladstol, D.
McClintic. FOURTH ROW: N. Chase, G. Schmeiding, B. Bale, B. Boentgen, C. Ellison, H. Halpern, H. Wilkinson,
J. Gunn, G. Ferrell.
FIRST ROW: T. Rodgers, L. Sanchez, S. Baker, J. Meisel, E. Harpham, E. Gillett, R. White, L. Parish, K. Black.
SECOND ROW: D. Robertson, J. Barker, A. Kerrebrook. E. Rhodes. E. Aydelott, THIRD ROW: M. Barrows,
E. Nemeravsky, J. Hendrickson, H. Earl, H. Mllar, P. Harris, L. Fladstol, M. McCallum, J. Wernham. FOURTH
ROW: A. Graves, G. Crabtree, D. Linder, K. Roger, C. Smith, D. Ramstead, J. Heffernan, M. McCracken, V.
The Spanish Club was organized to pro-
mote interest in Spanish as a language and
The most important of the meetings held
each month was the Christmas fiesta. Mrs.
Baker, who took Miss Greenbaum's place
as Spanish instructor, was introduced at
this meeting. A pinata was broken as in
the Mexican Christmas celebration.
Three Mexican movies sponsored by the
Spanish club and the Sigma Delta Pi, Span-
ish honorary of the University of Oregon,
were shown: "Grand Hotel", "Maria Can-
delaria" and "Cuando Quiere un Mexi-
Officers for the year were: President,
Donna Hyde, Vice-President, Betty Chase,
Secretary-treasurer, Lillian Melby. There
were 75 members in the club.
FIRST ROW: L. Weber, J. Christensen, N. Orton, J, Summers. D. Christensen. G. Younqquist. SECOND ROW:
D. Thomason. S. Madsen. J. Peterson, J. Swanson, E, Jordanger. THIRD ROW: P. Hamilton, D. Ellwood, S.
Finlev, C. Black, C. Blais. FOURTH ROW: M. Ijams, G. Skillern, E. Lundgerg, R. Schofield, D. Towne.
FIRST ROW: G. Huffman. J. Day. B. Shreve, G. Shreve, P. Bowling. SECOND ROW: P. Bucklin. M. Flock, P.
Brooks. S. Hansen. C. Blais. THIRD ROW: M. Smith, K. Watts. J. Goodlin, L. Watts.
The Inter Nos Club was organized to
supplement the Latin classes in a further
study of Latin culture and its influence on
the world of today.
Social and business meetings of the club
were held each month. The first social
meeting was held at the home of Shirley
Finley where sixteen new members were
With each member contributing twenty-
five cents per month, Inter Nos co-spon-
sored with the French Club a school in
Adviser to the club was Miss Clara Blais.
The officers were Greta Christensen, Presi-
dent, Alex Riasanovsky, Vice President,
.Iacque Swanson, Secretary Treasurer, and
Bob Mention, Ski Chairman.
.fe Zak '
After a lapse of two years Le Cercle
Francais was reorganized this year under
Miss Clara Blais. Margaret Flock was
elected president, Gwen Huffman, vice-
president, and LaVerne Watts, secretary-
A business meeting and a social meeting
were held each month. The first social
meeting was held at the home of Margaret
Flock. At this time the members of the sec-
ond-year class were initiated. In January
members from the first-year French class
were initiated at the home of LaVerne
The entertainment at the social meetings
consisted of French plays, games, and talks
by outside guests who had lived in France.
FIRST ROW: B. Fenner, D.
Fredrickson, N. Williams, P.
Hanrahan, P. Bucklin, L. War-
inner, N. Kuhnhenn, B. Mc-
Henry, D. McClintic, J. Swartz,
J. Prickett, D. Hugus, M. Hayes.
SECOND ROW: G. Smith, V.
Whitman, B. Dragoo, D. Ander-
The Retail Seiling class, under the direc-
tion of Mrs. Alice Barnhart, completed a
valuable year's work including actual sell-
ing experience in many Eugene stores.
During the first semester its members work-
ed a total of 8,145 hours, earning 54,0l7.
This class is working on a pre-employment
and co-operative basis with twenty-nine
local retail establishments providing train-
Jeannine Prickett served as the class
president during its first year's operation,
ably assisted by Barbara Bertelson, vice-
president, Karen Kuntz, secretary, and Bev-
FIRST ROW: J. Williams, 0.
Gard, J. Way, B. Bertelsen, K.
Kuntz, J. Maughan, B. Beck, B.
Eastham, B. Meats, M. Yates,
E. Williams, C. Snoen, SECOND
ROW: P. Bertelsen, B. Wetzell,
B. Wiper, L. McCoy.
erly Paulson, treasurer.
Included in the class work- was a study
of personal development, store-system
mathematics, selling techniques, merchan-
dise information, and merchandising. ln
addition the classes have worked out var-
ious counter and window displays using
actual store equipment in the room, such
as show cases and counters, a cash-regis-
ter, mirrors, mannequins, and various
types of merchandise.
The class is made possible through the
George Dean Act and local school funds.
This club has been very busy during the
year trying to complete its full schedule of
At the Parliamentary Procedure contest
held in Albany, the club won fourth place.
Al Ray Jonez was'its representative in the
Public Speaking contest held in Cottage
Several basketball games were sched-
uled with Coburg, Cottage Grove, Corval-
lis, and Junction City. Although the team
did not win all of its games, the players
enjoyed playing and meeting boys from
Cloyd B. Makinson became instructor
and adviser to the group after Wendell
Gross resigned to operate his farms.
FIRST ROW: D, Green, A.
Cocerline, A. Jonez, L. Haldor-
son. B. Sullivan. SECOND ROW:
L. Dunlap, B.-Hooper, M. Bedo-
rtha, R. Derfllnger, S. Byrd, D.
Matthews, D. Baker. THIRD
ROW: C. Bedortha, R. Parker,
E. McKenzie, D. Johnson, D.
Scott, F. Waldrip. FOURTH
ROW: L. Moore, G. Gustafson,
M. Callahan, R. Day, J. Yates,
E. Bevel, C. Makinson.
FIRST ROW: B. Hamilton. H.
Wright, P. Lochner, T. Rice, D.
3 Maughan, S. Moore. F. Hawks-
worth. SECOND ROW: J. Fry-
denlund, G. Heany, V. McHenry,
S. Finley, J. Egge, C. Haight.
THIRD ROW: D. Hanson, M.
Wildish, D. Miller, J. Davenport,
E. F dh N. F
or am, armer.
FOURTH ROW: M. Mallery, B.
Bell, L. Chalcraft, M. McNett,
L. Fordham. L. Lee, Z. Hayes.
FIFTH ROW: L. Halderson, R.
Johnson, M. Thompson, J. Vi-
cary, D. Richardson.
The Commercial Club, organized this
year, is comprised of second-year book-
keeping students and the students of trans-
The officers of the club are: president,
Treva Rice, vice president, Pat Lochnerp sec-
retary, Betty Hamilton, and treasurer, Doris
The club has had several interesting
speakers who have had experience in the
commercial field and also some movies on
office procedure. One of the outstanding
social activities of the year was the Christ-
mas party, at which games were played
and gifts were exchanged around the
S. Moore, P. McGinty, S. Finley, M. Pickett.
The Girls' League of Eugene High School
is the school's largest organization, as
every girl in school is a member. The pur-
pose of the League is to develop friendli-
ness, leadership, and participation in all
school activities. lt operates through a
council which is composed of the officers
who are: President, Sally Moore, Vice-Pres-
ident, Patricia McGinty, Secretary, Shirley
Finley, and Treasurer, Mary Ann Pickett,
and seven department chairmen and their
advisors. They are: Financial, Judy Egge.
Pat Hamilton, and Miss Carolyn Woods,
Clerical, Marion Bradshaw, Marion Smith,
and Miss Gertrude Deierlein, Social, Helen
Wright, Jane Carlisle, and Miss Nina Kitts,
Auxiliary, Peggy Akers, Shirley Dugan,
and Miss Marjorie Chester, Home Econom-
ics, Patricia Fisher, Dorothy Krumdieck,
and Miss Marion Brewster, Publicity, Na-
dine Ashworth, Nan Gaveney, and Miss
Juliette Gibson, and Special Teas, Marilyn
Johns, and Jean Heffernan.
At least one maior activity was held
FIRST ROW: N. Gaveney,
S. Dugan, P. Fisher, J.
Egge, M. Smith, J. Hef-
fernan. SECOND ROW:
M. Johns, P. Hamilton,
Miss Deierlein, J. Carlisle,
N. Ashworth, H. Wright,
P. Akers, M. Bradshaw.
THIRD ROW: Miss Ches-
ter, Miss Gibson, Miss
Kitts, Miss Brewster, Miss
FIRST ROW: N. Gaveney, S. Dugan, P. Fisher, J. Egge, M. Smith, J. Heffernan.
SECOND ROW: M. Johns, P. Hamilton, Miss Deierlein, J. Carlisle, N. Ashworth,
H. Wright, P. Akers, M. Bradshaw. THIRD ROW: Miss Chester, Miss Gibson,
Miss Kitts, Miss Brewster, Miss Woods.
FIRST ROW: D. Shaffer, A. Gatewood, G. Huffman, J. Ge1egan,S.Fandrem, S. Robinson, J. Christensen, D. Chris-
tensen. SECOND ROW: A. Kerrebrock, A. Collins, B. Cameron, A. Jeans, J. McCoy, M. Jones, M. Jacquenod, M.
Marshall. THIRD ROW: R. Williams, C. Alford, R. Bauman, P. Hamilton, S. Madsen, D. Anderson, A. Armstrong,
L. Driscoll. FOURTH ROW: C. Craig, M. Siegmund, P. Jordan, M. Brandt, J. Archibald, S. McKinney. Pat
Husband, C. Bryant, N. Gustafson, D. Hendrick.
each month, alternating all-girl parties
and assemblies. Outstanding assemblies
during the year were the Axemen's Coun-
cil assembly, the Style Show and two with
speakers. The outstanding social activities
of the year were the Christmas party, the
May party, and the Print and Cord Week
To round out the social activities, nu-
merous teas were held throughout the
year, such as the welcoming teas in the
fall, Valentine tea, the Mothers' Tea, and
teas held for the teachers every other week.
The Girls' League is a growing organiza-
tion, as each year the girls work out new
and interesting proiects and endeavor to
carry out suggestions given to them by fac-
ulty and students.
Harry and Vickie Swing It For the Axemen
Thanksgiving Tea, No Doubt!
Many services to the school cmd com-
munity were rendered this year by the Eu-
gene Hi-Y club, affiliated with national
Hi-Y and the Y.M.C.A. The club held its
regular meetings at the Community Center.
The duties of president and vice-presi-
dent were well carried out by Rich Hopper
and Cal Smith. The records of meetings
and events were handled by Art Johnson,
and the financial details were transacted
by Hank Boehnke. Gordon Diebel held the
office of chaplain, and Mr. Potter was the
The club sponsored many social activi-
ties during the year. Potlucks and slam
sessions occasionally took the place of reg-
ular meetings. The members in a body at-
tended several different churches during
Traditional events included a Father and
Son Banquet and a Mothers' Day Break-
fast. A picnic and barn dance were com-
bined to take the place of the usual fal!
dance. An assembly for the student body
was produced in the spring and another
big picnic was held.
Programs were printed and sold for all
of the home football and basketball
games. Other constructive activities were
aiding the Community Chest and Red Cross
FIRST ROW: J. Quiner. B. Pickell, H. Smith, B. Schoolin , J. Crakes, R. Jacobsen. SECOND ROW: D. Hicken-
H P I R H F D d P A erte D Mack THIRD ROW P Potter S Andrus J Nasholm R
bottom, . au us, . opper, . o ge, . g r, . . : . I , . , , - , -
Butzirus. B. Lockyear. W. Dodds, J. Britton. FOURTH ROW: J. Ekstrom, W. Nicholson, G. Diebel, B. Doak, B.
Randle. FIFTH ROW: D. Moll, H. Boehnke, G. Smith, D. Hendrickson, A. Johnson.
xp , t
Under the leadership of Dan Hendrick-
son, the Axemen's Council had one of its
biggest years. The Axemen's Council is an
organization composed of all boys in
school. lts purpose is the development of
sportsmanship and the sponsoring of
worthwhile activities for the boys of Eu-
Early this year the first iob ot this or-
ganization was to sponsor Hello Week.
The week featured tags, dances, and a
welcome party for the "sophs." Another
important week arranged by the council
was the traditional Be-Up Clean-Up Week.
Ground and locker clean-ups and room
inspections were held at various times dur-
ing the week.
The usual number of Axemen assemblies
was increased this year. They included
several speaker assemblies, and an ex-
change assembly with the Girls' League.
On December T2, the council presented a
"Fun Night" for the boys and their Dads.
On January T7, the boys presented a hi-
lariously successful assembly for the Girls'
League. Noon dances were sponsored by
the council throughout the year.
The members of the president's cabinet
were: Art Johnson, vice-president, John
Quiner, treasurer, Willie Dodds, program
chairman, Norman Read, noon entertain-
ment, Ronnie Fraedrick, Hello Week Chair-
man, and Bob Doak, Be-Up Clean-Up Week
chairman. Adviser to the group was Paul
Potter, dean of boys.
FIRST RQW: K. Pratt. D. Malpass. D. Walsh. J. Quiner, R. Fraedrick, J. Mitchell, J. Smith, B. Davis, D. Gar-
rett, B. Pockell. SECOND ROW: J. Jones, G. Swennes, M. Olson. P. Acer-ter, R. Doak, R. Hopper, W. Haynes.
THIRD ROW: P. Potter, C. Krey, R. Kunkel. K. Krueger. C. Warnock. D. Ruth. A. Johnson, H. Paulus, C.
Smith, D. Hendrickson.
The assembly committee which
consists of representatives of the
faculty and student is chosen by the
student body president. Its objec-
tive is the preparation and presen-
tation of interesting and worthwhile
assemblies for the entire student
The members of this years com-
mittee were Miss Hettinger, Mr.
Orme, Mr. Griffith, Mr. Banister,
Phyllis Gravos, Maureen Barrows,
Jo Summers, Jane Carlisle, Joan
Thorsen, Dick Moll, John McNutt,
Pat Buzzel, Bob Elspas, and Wes
An. .n.d f e
This committee is headed by Miss
Woods, with Miss Blais and Mr.
Hendricks assisting. The two sen-
iors serving on the committee are
Shirley Finley and Marjorie Griffeth.
The junior who will serve the follow-
ing year is Joanne Goodlin. The stu-
dent body president appoints the
The purpose of this group is to
maintain high standards of leader-
ship in all activities carried on by
the student body throughout the
year. To pass the committee, one
must have average grades in all
subjects and hold not more than
one major and one minor office.
The P.T.A. Dance Committee, con-
sisting of eighteen student members
representing the three classes of the
high school, and advised by Miss
Nina Kitts, dean of girls, sponsored
dances in the gym following home
football and basketball games and
on open Friday nights.
On the nights when there were
no other activities the committee ar-
ranged for game rooms as well as
Invitations were extended to vis-
iting schools too, and intermission
entertainment was arranged by the
committee for many of the dances.
In an attempt to fulfill their purpose: "to
find cmd give the best," various types of
meetings were held throughout the year.
After four open meetings, a get-acquainted
party and recognition services were held.
ln November the members attended the
Leadership Training Conference held at the
Some of the activities were: Filling Red
Cross boxes, aiding the Community Chest
Drive, and sending gifts to the Lane County
Officers for the year were: president,
Marilyn Brandt, vice-president, Betty Lou
Robertson, secretary, Janice Archibald,
treasurer, Dorothy Christensen. Chairmen,
Service, Mary McNett and Mary Anne Pear-
son, Music, Mickey Marshall, Devotion,
Weslie Eyres, Social-Program, Jean Heffer-
nan, Publicity, Shirley Wolfe, Junior Board
Representative, Sally McKinney.
All members of the Tri-Y are also mem-
bers ofthe Y.W.C.A.
FIRST ROW: C. Black. M. Jacquenod, P. Hamilton S McKinney J Small D Christensen M Burge L Weber
B. tiiamarad. SECOND ROW: S. Wolf, Black D Casperson J Mannel M McNett P Brooks I Lowry D
Han Aley. P. Isaacson. W. Eyres, HIR OW M Brandt G Jepson Bssell Wildlsh B Sutton D
Morris, B. Robertson, B. Cole, D. Ellwood, L. Farnsworth G Ch ld s FOURTH ROW J Heffernan O Jack
The Pep Club is organized to symbolize
school spirit and to promote organized
cheering at games.
Fifteen Seniors, twenty Juniors, and
nineteen Sophomores were elected to the
club by all of the girls in roll rooms in the
fall, bringing the club membership to a
hundred and one. The gay initiation pot-
luck was held on the evening of Novem-
Honoring the football squad, the annual
football banquet was given on December
TO, with the senior Pep Club girls as hos-
A basketball banquet was given in
honor of the T945-46 basketball team, on
March 15. Junior girls were the hostesses.
were the hostesses, with Phyllis Hixson in
A combination Pep Club-E Club dance
was held on April 26, in the school audi-
torium. General Chairmen were Phyllis
Hixson and Harry Paulus.
This year, the Pep Club added more
novelty to the games by electing five mem-
bers who led the clapping while music was
being played. The Song Queens were as
follows: Gene Heany, Marion Fuson,
Joanne Frydenlund, Lillian Melby, and
The officers of the club were: President,
Phyllis Hixson, Vice-president, Pat Buzzell,
Secretary-treasurer, Janis McCoy, and club
advisor, Miss Marjorie Chester.
FIRST ROW: G. Huffman, J. Christensen, P. Loohner, B. Hunnicutt. D. Edblom. E. Koepp, S. Moore, P. Hixson,
S. Robinson. D, Oberq. G. Smith. E. Mindle, F. Hawkesworth. SECOND ROW: A. Jeans, D. Thomason, P. Akers,
E. Miller, L. Anderson, P. Gravos, N. Ashworth, B. Barton. L, Melby, M. Flock. P. Morgan. D. Cross. THIRD
ROW: G. Heany, G. Skillern, J. McCoy, B. Cameron, H. Wright, V. McHenry, S. Finley, M. Pickett, J. Egge, B.
Dragoo, FOURTH ROW: D. Chapman, J. Frydenlund, M. Fuson, J. Summers, W. Christofferson, D. Anderson, D.
McClint1c, G. McCain, M. Chester.
FIRST ROW: C. Anderson. J. Cavev. S. Skade. S. Mahanv. M. Wildish, M. MacMaster, S. Dugan, D. Casper-
son, S, Wolfe, G. Gaylord, J. Herbranson, M. Davis. SECOND ROW: L. Stalsberg, B. Jones, M. Burch, J. Robert-
son. J. Gray. J. Meisel. K. Steele, L. Sanchez, M. Griffith, A. Kirk, C. Bryan, S. Hubbard, D. Houmes. THIRD
ROW: J. Carlisle, J. Hendrickson, E. Johnson, M. Hixson, D. Beal:-sto. N. Gustafson. P. McGinty, H. Earl, L.
Zarzan, P. Boals, B. Neely. FOURTH ROW: P. Husband, S. Johnson, N. Gaveney, L. Chapman, M. Porter, J.
Marks, M. Murray, D. Ellwood, B. Petersen.
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FIRST ROW: C. Luttrell, K. Welch, E. Wilde, D. Strite. SECOND ROW: F. Greene. G. Miner. N. Privasky, C.
Mornhinweg. THIRD ROW: R. Hopper, B. Doak, A. Johnson. E. Neuenfeldt. FOURTH ROW: D. Mellem, D.
Hendrickson. J. Hanns. J. Banks. T. Lovelace. D. Moll, J. Ekstrom. W. Nicholson, G. Harris, C. Smith, H.
Kuchera. MIDDLE: H. Paulus. E. Petersen. B. Frye, L. Bradford, E. Frolen.
The "E" Club, after disbanding last
spring, was reorganized by a committee
consisting of Harry Paulus, Ronnie Fraed-
rick, John Banks, and Cal Smith. Although
losing some of its "mightiness," it gained
the school's backing. The purpose of the
"E" club is to create a spirit of unity among
lettermen ond to develop in its members
qualities of good sportsmanship, scholar-
ship, leadership and citizenship.
The new policy of the "E" club makes it
more difficult because of the pledge a new
member takes. Aside from the initiation,
the prospective member must maintain a
"C" grade average.
Besides the regular meetings every
Wednesday, the "E" club sponsored three
initiations during the year, a picnic in the
latter part of May, a cooperative dance
with the Pep Club, and an assembly.
The officers werey President, Harry
Paulus, Vice president, Ronnie Fraedrick,
Secretary, Rich Hopper, and Sergeant-at-
arms, Floyd Greene. Coaches Hank Kuch-
era and Duane Mellem were advisors.
This year, the numerous cmd varied dut-
ies which confronted the administration de-
partment of Eugene High were efficiently
handled by a student office staff of fifteen
senior girls, together with Mrs. Mellem and
Mrs. Banister, secretary and registrar of
ln addition to the regular everyday tasks
of attendance checking, errand-running,
and delivering messages, the girls obtained
valuable clerical experience in typing,
mimeographing, and filing. The office
training course, either a one or two-semes-
ter course, was under the direction of Mrs.
FRONT: Cameron, B,, Lee
L., Frydenlund, J., Vncary
erson, , 1 ern, .
Richardson, D., Evans, D.
Chase, B., Ashworth, N.
Hamilton, B., Ferrell, D.
B. Dragoo, Miss Chester. K
Kuntz, R. Carter, L. Steel
and, A. Collins, P. Morgan
D. Cross, J. Egge, R. Butz:
0 G d BA K P
cary, B. Shelby.
For several years the Library Training
class, offered only to senior students has
been very successful. This class, taught by
Miss Mariorie Chester, school librarian, is
taken during the first semester, after which
the students act as library assistants one
period each day.
By the 500 students using the library
each day, the assistants are often asked
the location of reading material. Through
their training class they become familiar
with the library, enabling them to be of
greater service to other students.
In the spring two iuniors are chosen to
take the course, that they may act as li-
brarians during the next fall while the
class is in session.
J. BACK: Farmer, N., An-
d D. Sk ll G
rus, . ar . C :
Agerter, M. Pickett, J. Vu-
The E.H.S. debate teams this year have
argued the question of compulsory military
training in four maior Oregon tournaments.
The first of these was at Linfield College,
McMinnville, where Eugene took all honors
in both varsity and iunior divisions.
On March 14, the varsity debaters took
the Lower Willamette District Champion-
ship, and March T5 saw the Eugene teams
tie for second place in the Willamette Uni-
versity tournament at Salem. ln the April
State Championship meet, Eugene entered
the varsity team, which won second place.
Composing the varsity "split-team"
squad were Marge Gritteth and Wes Nich-
olson, affirmative, and Gerald Harris and
Mike Callahan, negative.
FIRST ROW: M. Callahan
G. Harris, M. Griffeth, W
Nicholson. SECOND ROW
E. Jordanger. J. Dodson, I
Lowry, M. Ijams, D. Keefe
H. Earl, D. Miller, Mr. Ai
Iison. THIRD ROW: A. John
son, J. Gunn, J. Flynn, D
Moll, H. Haight, D. Dahlberg
FIRST ROW: A. Graves, S
Harrington, B. Elpas, D
, . rc I a , . IX
son. THIRD ROW: B. Essig
B. Craig, P. Fisher, B. Neely
F W Id F
. a rop, . Wright
FOURTH ROW: D. Hassad
The Stage Design class, under the di-
rection ot Robert Banister, has been new
at Eugene High School this year. The class
was designed to provide a crew to make
the settings for the various school produc-
tions and also to equip students with a
working knowledge of stage properties
and equipment. This year has seen many
fine sets completed by this class.
The Stage Design class, under the super-
vision of the stage managers Sid Harring-
ton and Bob Slpas designed and built the
sets for the Christmas play and the back-
ground for the A Cappella Choir, the plays
"Trysting Place," "Ghost Wanted" and the
"Shooting ot Dan McGrew."
Fosnaugh. SECOND ROW:
S. Skade, J. Appling, B. Ban-
ISTEP B A h'b Id P H -
The Troubadours, a new club organized
in Eugene High this year, had for its ad-
visor and director Mr. Griffith. The group
performed in assemblies, on the radio and
before many groups of the community.
Highlight of the year was the entrance of
small groups and soloists in the Music Con-
test at Salem.
Officers of the year were: President,
Stan Turnbull, Vice-President, Norman
Richards, Secretary-Treasurer, Marilyn
Johns, Business Manager, Dick Mack, Pro-
gram Manager, Marilyn Griffith, Publicity
Manager, Gwen Cheney.
FRONT: DeJardin, V. Boals,
P. FIRST ROW: Winchester,
C., Cheney, G., Griffith, M.,
Barbee, J., Anderson, S.
SECOND ROW: Johns, M.,
Bauman, R., Miller, D.,
Evans, D., Sibley, D. THIRD
ROW: Hunter, B., Turnbull,
S., Richards, N., Mack, D.,
Mr. Griffith. FOURTH ROW:
DeCou, E.. Paulus, H.
B. Dragon, J. Gunn, N.
Read, H. Paulus, N. Rich-
The German Band was organized in
October, 1945, by Norman Read and met
with fine success. The music is typical
German music, short in length, fast and
Read, Paulus, and Richards were mem-
bers of last year's German Band under the
leader, Joe Kelsey.
The Uniforms consisted of short, black
coats which were two or three sizes too
small, red ribbon ties about three feet in
length, white shirts and pants, and old
The Service Club is operaTed for The
benefiT of The school. Selling TickeTs aT
games and dances, Taking TickeTs aT
games, and assisTing in The many odd iobs
ThaT musT be done around school fill a very
Officers for The pasT year were: Doris
Churchill, presidenT and Derald Parks, vice-
The adviser is Mr. Paul PoTTer.
FIRST ROW: B. Price, D.
Churchill, S. Dugan, J.
Mannel, D. Christensen.
SECOND ROW: R. John-
son, B. McWilliams, L.
Taylor, B. Adams, L.
Grant, P. Potter. THIRD
ROW: L. Ferguson, C.
Moriarty, E. Lundberg,
J. Morgan, R. Coe.
FOURTH ROW: D.
Parks, T. Titus, B. Graff,
B. Sullivan, D. Grelner.
N. Read, R. Banister, E. Ban-
ister, N. Ashworth, B. Pick-
ell, P. Bevans,
The currenT CanTeen Council has been
funcTioning since AugusT, 1944. IT began
as a proiecf of The Tri-Y and Hi-Y organiza-
Tions of boTh Eugene and UniversiTy High
Schools, but has been broadened To include
The represenTaTives from Eugene High
are Bob Pickell, Phil Bevans, and Nadine
Ashworth. Mr. and Mrs. RoberT BanisTer
are employed by The council To assisT and
The main funcTion of The council lies in
serving as The sTudenT governmenT of The
BAND-FIRST ROW-LEFT TO RlGHT: C. Peterson, J. Gunn, M. Petzold, S. Falling, B. Frank, J. Walker, M.
R W A J C L F S th L M hall E Peterson E Becker G Cheney
Walker, M. Brandt. SECOND ..O : . eans, . ee, . mu , . ars , . , . , . ,
L. Campbell, G. Holland, D. Anderson, H. Rutherford, M. Lynch, V. Blackstone, C. Wood. THIRD ROW: B.
Dragoo, C. Anderson, R. Porter, G. Nelson, L. White, D. Lane, G. Garrett, N. Lindberg, W. Young, V. Elwood,
C. Wells, B. Gardner, P. Scearce, K. Wullschleger, N. Richards, A. Nyegaard. J. Summers, D. Drysdale, P. Kraft,
S. Clark. K. Pierson. T. Wattron, J. Lou hry, H. Paulus. BACK ROW: N. Miller, C. Winchester, N. Read.
P. Bevans, P. Gray, S. Gray, W, Wood, A. Graves, B. Alford, B. Pfieffer, M. Miller. BAND MEMBERS NOT IN
PICTURE: H. Wittwer, E. Hall, N. Privasky, L, Herbert, C. Mulloy.
FIRST ROW: L. Sanchez, L. Williams. E. Harpham, M. Brown. M. Banton, E. Bauman. B. Means. SECOND
ROW: J. Meisel, H. Milar. M. Brandt. S. Jolling. B. Frank. J. Gunn, C. Peterson, J. Mannel, M. Marshall. THIRD
ROW: M. Tykeson. N. Orton, Z. Gardner, A. Nyegaard. E. Becker, G. Cheney. T. Wattron, J. Lowry, H. Paulus,
L. Marshall, B. Daleiden. FOURTH ROW: N. Marlott, J. Gray.
The Eugene High band, under the excel-
lent direction of Doug Orme, has had a
truly eventful year. The band played for
all of the home football and basketball
games this year and made one trip for an
out-of-town game, to Corvallis. Besides
playing at the games, the band has played
at assemblies, pep rallies, parades, for the
Community Chest Drive, and it presented
programs at the three iunior high schools.
They participated in the Eugene High
Music Concert which was given this spring,
and for the first time in three years, the
band went to Salem for the Regional Music
The officers this year were: Norman
Privrasky, president, Leon Herbert, vice-
president, Jo Summers, secretary, Gwen
Cheney, librarian, and Pete Scearce, uni-
The Eugene High orchestra, under the
direction of Douglas Orme, had a success-
ful and eventful year.
The year the orchestra met daily dur-
ing fourth period. These rehearsals con-
sisted of only string instruments. When the
full orchestra was desired, the necessary
wood-wind, brass, and percussion players
from the band were added to the string
The programs given by the orchestra
this year were as follows: Community Cen-
ter, Christmas program, iunior high school
assemblies, spring concert, and the district
contest at Salem.
Officers of the year were: Linda San-
chez, president, Mickey Marshall, vice-
president, and Lois Williams, secretary-
FIRST ROW: J. Heisel. S. Dugan, D. Miller, J. Furrow, K. Kuntz, J. Walker, O. Thomason, M. Griffith, E. Harp-
ham. P. Bertelsen, L. Sanchez. N. Miller, T. Dammem, B. Weldy, J. Barbee. J. DeJardin. G. Griffith. SECOND
ROW: D. Maughan. J. Payne. J. Furrow. G. Cheney, L. Campbell. B. Chase. J. McCoy, D. Ransom, S. Anderson,
M. Olin, B. Rees, J. Cavey, S. Finley, D. Winfrey, J. Bowder, M. Blanton, B. Cole. THIRD ROW: R. Young, M.
Johns, R. White. P. Beals. D. Evans, J. Herbanson, M. Miller, M. Pickett, E. Rhodes. D. Higqens, J. Appling, M.
Porter, M. Honey, D. Hyde, N. Ashworth, J. Summers. FOURTH ROW: N. Newhouse, M. Brown, M. McCallum,
P. Dickey, N. Richards. D. Springfield. F. Greene, H. Gardner, W. Andrus, S. Turnbull, B. Sargent, G. Miner, D.
Pengra, E. Mortensen, S. Smith, B. Little. FIFTH ROW: B. Robertson, D. Gerrcke, A. Armstrong, P. Bevans, D.
Parks, E. DeCou, B. Hunter, L. Gardner, C. Shaefer, D. Hassad, D. Townsend, H. Paulus, J. Crakes, K. Whit-
FIRST ROW: Donner, N., McKenney, M., Nicholson, L., Spiering. C., Edgeworth, J., Drollinger, J., Handley, D.
Malos. L., Davis. M.. Nudelman. P., Jensen, A. SECOND ROW: Powell. B.. Rexius, J., Krehbiel, D., Huffman
G., Gelegan, J., Kusler, B., Barton, B., Kirk, A., Mahany, S., Cameron, B., Mansell. B.. Koepp, E., Gilbert, L.
Milar. H.. Freeman. G. THIRD ROW: Cummins, B., McMaster, M., McCaIlister, P., Wical, B., Renshaw, I., Hun-
nicutt, B., Lane, A., Reirdon. S., Scott L., Bashford, J., Fuson, M., Christofferson, W., Marshall, M., McNett, M.
Misbach, M., Shrode. F. FOURTH ROW: Lloyd, J., Conner, L., Hefley, S.. Robertson, J., Young, C., Carone, L
Collins, A.. Churchill, D.. Adams, B.. Steeland, L., Pratt. B., Anderson, L., Beairsto, D., Zimmerdahl, L., Drink-
water, J. FIFTH ROW: Johnson, R., Bryan, C., Hubbard, S.. Hubbard, M., Froling, B., Edson, L.. Raabe, P.
Growrv, l.. Walder. B.. Bissell M., Madqer, D., Cluster, A. SIXTH ROW: Wolfe, B., Sharp, R., Leigh, E., Hicks
R., Bleth, J., McCain, G., Isaacson, P., Pearson, M., Swanson, J., Brown, D., ljams, M., Fleshman, M., Chase
P., Richey, I., Richardson, J. SEVENTH ROW: Harris. P.. Plaisted, D., Jordan. P., Powers. M., Shafer, L.
Hought. E., Barker, S., Moore, P., Davis, P., Hamilton, P., Jones, M., Skirvin, J., Larson E., Cushman, E., Dyer
J., Helikson, L.
The A Cappella Choir, directed by Glenn
Griffith, started a very successful year
with 94 members.
The choir presented several programs
for assemblies and also sang for various
prominent clubs and organizations of the
city. One of the year's highlights was the
participation in the Spring Concert held
March 27, at McArthur Court.
The choir appeared in the music festival
the second week in May, and in the Music
Contest April 5 and 6 in Salem.
The Choir's officers were: Dick Mack,
President, Lila Chapman, Secretary, Joan
Herbranson, Librarian, Program Commit-
tee, Shirley Finley and Derald Parks.
The Girls Glee Club was divided into two
classes this year, under the direction of
Mrs. Thelma Landes. Officers were elected
for each semester in both classes.
The purpose of the class was to enable
any girl interested in music to participate
in group singing and to have a sample of
all types of music.
At the Christmas season the Girls' Glee
participated in the Christmas assembly
and in the Christmas Tree Parade. April
5 and 6 fifty girls from the two classes
went to Salem for the state music contest.
FIRST ROW: S. Andrus, S. Turnbull, V. Roberts, N. Tharnton. C. Andrus. C. Ellison. SECOND ROW: L. Gillett,
L. Steeland. G. Smith, D. Gericke, J. Nasholm, L. Wilson, W. Haynes. THIRD ROW: L. Churchill, K. Petersen,
B. Knollin, G. Diebcl. J. Meyer.
FIRST ROW: J. Nasholm, B. McCracken, C. Smith, L. Churchill. W. Owen. SECOND ROW: R. Lyons, J. Qulner.
T. Donahue. H. Wittwer. E. Churchill, M. Johnson, C. Andrus. THIRD ROW: W. Haynes, A. Anderson, H.
Boehnke, G. Smith, B. McGiIlicuddy, S. Andrus.
The purpose of the Rifle Club this year
was to promote not only shooting accuracy
but a thorough knowledge of the mechan-
ism and parts of the gun. In addition to
the regular shooting session, different stu-
dents once a month were held responsible
for a short lecture on parts and operation
of the gun. A regular pie shoot was held
once a month.
Due to a shortage of ammunition some
meetings were postponed, but attendance
was good on the part of the 25 members.
The advisor for the club this year was
Mr. Herbert Armstrong, and the officers
were: President, Steve Andrus, Secretary,
Donna Gericke, Treasurer, Lillian Steeland.
As snow fell early in the Cascade passes
last fall, the Pack Rats were soon on skiis
and making weekly trips to Hoodoo Bowl
and to the Willamette Highway Pass.
Most of the Pack Rats have ioined the
Obsidians as junior members, and entered
ski meets. Several were taken into the
Willamette Ski Patrol and did duty on as-
signed Sundays at Santiam.
Membership was limited to 30 boys this
year. The officers were: Hank Wittwer,
president, Steve Andrus, secretary-treas-
urer. Adviser to the group was Robert
FIRST ROW: D. Anderson, E. Nemeravsky, B. Pratt, M. Ijams. J. Herbranson. M, Haines, G. Keller, P. Swartz,
H Earl 'i Coole Q W Ife M Bake L Hod SECOND ROW B Rh' ber L S tt S R d D
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Brown, M. McMaster, M. Cox, P. Daniels, M. Hammock, E. Fordham. L. Weber. N. Orton, R. Hornibrook. THIRD
ROW: B. Craig. A. Kirk. B. Drosselmeyer, G. Christensen, B. Wical. P. Boals. R. Beatty, I. Beamer, L. Ford-
ham. J. Athey. M. Hixson. FOURTH ROW: C. Wilson, R. Carter, G. Wooten, D. Fredrickson, M. Burge, P.
Lockhard, J. Marks. D. Richardson, D. Miller, D. Keefe. D. Leslie, FIFTH ROW: M. DeVos. D. Ellwood, D.
Miller, G. McCain. L. Steeland, M. Johnson, M. Pickett, M. Rosenberg. C. Craig. J. Goodlin. M. Murray.
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The Girls' Athletic Association, better
known as G.A.A. is an athletic club for
girls. All girls interested in sports are elig-
ible to ioin if they enter into the activities,
and attend the meetings and potlucks, held
the third Thursday of each month.
Sports manager sorganize the teams
and tournaments and keep a record of the
points earned by each girl. Lillian Steeland
and her assistant Mary Ann Pickett or-
ganized their volleyball teams in early
winter, and Dorothy Miller and Beverly
Rheinsburg conducted the most successful
bowling season in the club's history.
A basketball tournament was organized
later in the year by Greta Christensen and
Dolores Miller, and during the spring soft-
ball was the center of sport activities. Sep-
arate class teams were organized by Mar-
cia Murray and Phyllis Swartz.
The climaxing activity of the year was
the Mother-Daughter dessert at which time
the awards were presented and next year's
cabinet was announced.
Officers for the year were: President,
Georgia McCain, Vice-president, Cleo Wil-
son, Secretary, Jeanne Marks, Treasurer,
Joan Herbranson, and Custodian, Ros-
FRONT: J. Herbranson. BACK: G. McCain, C. Wilson, R
Carter, M. Devos.
For the last three years enrollment in the
Palletteers has increased so that it enioys
the privilege of being ranked among the
largest school clubs. Its activities have
been various and many such as annual
Beaux Arts Ball, tall Barn Dance, spring
picnic and parties and potlucks throughout
the year. Acting as a club or individually,
members also decorate for school and can-
teen dances, Red Cross work, staging, pub-
lish a state-wide high school art class bulle-
tin and sponsor cultural activities such as
The officers elected were: President,
Joan Thorson, Vice President, Harold Gard-
ner, Secretary, Betty Neely, Treasurer, Phyl-
lis Hanrahan, and Adviser, Robert Banister.
Mask and Dagger, the dramatic club of
Eugene High, began the year with ten
members and a new adviser, Miss Ester
Hettinger. Try-outs were held, and new
members added both first and second se-
The first event of the year was an initia-
tion banquet at the Eugene Hotel. Dean
Mickelwait, high school principal, was the
Mask and Dagger members, assisted by
the regular dramatic classes, presented a
number of plays at high school assemblies.
They repeated some performances at the
three iunior high schools.
Members also took part in the programs
presented over KORE semi-monthly.
In the spring the club presented a three-
act mystery comedy "Ghost Wanted" at an
evening performance in the high school
FIRST ROW: E. Koepp, D. Ferrell, B. Dragoo, W. Rade' D, Chznman. D. Pitcher. F, Hawkesworth. SECOND
ROW: J. Gibson, D. Miller, J. Appling, J. Helsel, B. NlacMnniman, Nl. Jones, P. Gardner. THIRD ROW: E, Het-
tinger. B. Maguire. L. Gardner, D. Paris, G. Harris, B. Graf.
Il Corinthians 5:20
Organized in late November, 1943, the
purposes ot the group are to provide Chris-
tian fellowship and to forward Christian
ideals among high school students at meet-
ings held every Wednesday during the
noon hour. The average attendance was
about 40 students, representing approxi-
mately seven denominations.
The Ambassadors provided an oppor-
tunity tor all high school students to par-
ticipate in the programs, the students either
took charge themselves, or invited min-
isters, youth leaders, and evangelists ot
ditterent denominations, as guest speakers.
Several social events held were: a Christ-
mas party at the Christian Church, the
annual potluck, and a group picnic. One
ot the proiects was to distribute to students
in E.H.S. book marks listing daily Bible
readings to be read between Thanksgiving
The otticers were: Dolores Hugus, presi-
dent, Doris Maughan, vice-president, Betty
Chase, secretary, Fred Dodge, treasurer:
and adviser, Miss Deierlein.
rar:-ia-1 are ri mln
FIRST ROW: M. Hugus. B. Wical. B. Chase. M. Jaquenod. C. Schuler. J.
Peterson. D. Hugus, J. Rexius. SECOND ROW: G. Deierlein. D. Maughan,
L. Schaefer, S. D ' , E. C h P. Ch I - .
ugdn us man, ase. TH RD ROW. B. Hamilton
B. Powell. E. Sorensen, M. Pickett. M. Madsen. E. Richey. J. Mondel, K
Nlull. FOURTH ROW: F. Dodge, P. Dickey, D. Spencer. C. Orloff, D. Drysdale.
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