Eugene High School - Eugenean Yearbook (Eugene, OR)
- Class of 1949
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The music was light and gay, and his hands seemed to draw beauty from
the radiant source of the song ....
And then with a discord that shook the air the song was ended and all
From far away, softly and silently the mournful melody began. lt rose,
but even the sadness of the occasion could not shadow the greatness of the
love that he gave us in song.
Even now, the song is not ended, for it is all songs, sung from every heart,
an undying tribute to him.
l949 . . . Just one hundreb years ago men started their
westward march in search at gold.
Same dug gold from the stubborn earth, and others went
on to find an even richer store of wealth in the opportunities
that lay around them.
This book is a milestone of one year in that search for
the gold of achievement.
Through these years, each of us, in his own way, has found
his place .... As a class we have golden memories of the
work and fun we've had together . . . dances, proms, basket-
ball games, football games, assemblies . . . and our music!
EUGENE HIGH SCHOOL . . . 1903.
EUGENE HIGH SCHOOL . . . 1915
No, Eugene High School hos
not olwoys been in the brick
building on the corner ot 17th
G Chornelton Streetsl lt storted
its journey in the old Centro!
Building on llth ond Olive
Streets in l897, After holding
closses in vorious downtown
buildings, the student body
moved into the building which is
now the City Holl, in l903. This
wos to be the home of EHS until
the student body, numbering six
hundred, become too lorge for
wolls of the old building.
The closs of 1916 proudly
moved into our present building,
where the student body hos been
ot home for obout thirty-three
However, the Gypsy blood is
beginning to surge ogoin, with
twelve hundred students crowd-
ing our holls ond closs rooms.
We hope to be on our wciy by
'51 to our new locotion.
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Row l : T. Atkinson, B. Booth, R. Burge, B. Carlson. Row 2: B. Clark, M. Cochrane, J. Crakes, J. Daniels, J. Davis
B. Dodge. Row 3: B. Gilmore, R. Griffith, M. Haldorson, G. Harrison, T. Hayes, O. Henderson, A. Hendricks, B. Hoey
Row 4: C. Hollis, A. Huffman, A. Jones, B. Kragh, K, Krumdieck, D. Lo Bare, G. Lewis. Row 5: B. Lockyear, G. Louns-
bury, C, Moore, L. Nee, P. Newman, M. Nuttman, J. Pearson, P. Pynes. Row 6: Y. Reed, R. Richards, J, Riggs, D
Smith, G. Titcomb, M. Webster, M. Williams, S, Winston, Mr. Micklewait, '
"Have you studied for that exam in Eng-
lish? lt sure is tough. That Sth question-"
"No kidding? I thought she was going with
This is our student council, a very active
organization in every sense of the word. Any
group that can do such a good job transacting
student body affairs and at the some time
discuss everything from physics to the latest
fads is indeed outstanding.
The council is composed of representatives
from each home room plus various important
elected and appointed officers from around
the school. The meetings are held every two
weeks with special meetings for important and
pertinent issues, which usually turn out to be
the weather or Saturday night.
A good part ot the business responsibilities
of the council is taken care of by committees,
roped and corraled by the president. These
committees gather all necessary informa-
tion and make recommendations to the
council. After discussing the proposals of
the committee the council always ends up
voting unanimously "yes" At times it seems
possible that one could propose that all coun-
cil members be guillotined, and the ayes would
automatically echo throughout the room.
But, the students of Eugene High can be
assured that the council is a democratic or-
ganization and works for the welfare and in-
terest of every student.
Student council "caught in th
D. Bray, E. Schiewe, Mr. Hendricks, Miss
Kitts, Miss Woods, D. Goddard.
JR. SR. PROM COMMITTEE
Row I 2 B. Hamden, G. Abbott, J. Gustafson,
S. Yearwood. Raw 2: D. Neely, P. Barkla.
C. Moll, B. Roberts, C. Guiley, K. Tribe, Mr
Miller, Mr, Mickelwait Mr Burch M'
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Mickelson, Mr, Mallery.
Row I: L. Andreason B Booth B
, . , . Cox.
Row 2: B. Ford, B, I-Iarndcn, T. Hayes, G. Jock-
son. Row 3: D. Kopp, R. McIntosh, L. Nee,
N. O'Connar, Mr. Hamlow.
Row I: B, Haynes, R, Burge, H. Myers, D,
Bra D. McKmstr P. Wasson N. Yates
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A. Gentle, C Galley.
SPECIAL ACTIVITY HEADS
Row I: M. Burrell, B. Eadc, J. Wulson.
Row 2: M. Car'olI, D. Goddard, L. Clark.
JR. ASSEMBLY COMMITTEE
B. Lengacher, D. Wilson, Donna Wilcox,
SENIOR CLASS DAY ASSEMBLY COMMITTEE
N. O'Connor, P. Wasson, N. Yates, C. Guiley.
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A Hello Week court brought of-
fenders against friendliness to trial.
The Sophomores were told the tradi-
tional joke about "being too green to
Our Uni High Hi-Y friends from
'crosstown brought us authentic scenes
from a radio show.
Burt, the tour legged freak, has to
use Marvin's hands because Burt's
hands are behind Marvin.
The God and Goddess of cleanliness,
better known as Boraxo and Bon Ami,
initiate the big clean up campaign.
Five lovely ladies from South Amer-
ica trip lightly to the music of T. Tex
Kenton in the background.
This quintet of Dixie-land boys
thinks theres "nothin' finah than
Dinah," and the light in the bay is
from the silvery moon.
The musical assembly given by the
Ambassadors featured the Salem
Academy choir, complete with green
The orchestra beats out real rythm
for the audience, the Paletteers back-
stage, and the whole back row of
D Y? A00
On the evening of March 25th the Palet-
teers presented their annual Beaux Arts Ball,
The court, five thrilled girls in white for-
mals, and many happy couples danced to the
music of Hal Hardin and his orchestra. Fol-
lowing Mette's coronation, Eunice Miller and
Dick Paris, EHS graduate, entertained. And
then-the Queen's waltz'
The chairman, Myrna Carroll, and her com-
mittee, Joan Gustafson, Sylvia Jones, Chris-
tine White, Beverly Kragh, Julia Lundy, Grace
Jackson, Dolores Clark, Joan Martin, and Bill
Hoey, worked with every Paletteer member to
make "Dragan Kingdom" one ofthe most ele'
gant and festive dances of the yearl
Princess La Velle Gregory
Queen Metre Brix-Kielgaa rd
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Princess Myrna Carroll
Princess Jo Anne Davis
Princess Joy White
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The Girls' League Queen of Hearts campaign
lt d in having Bebe Clark as Queen, and a
generous donation was given to the Navajo
Be Up Clean Up Week saw our D. A1 R. girl,
Parsons as Spic
Arlene Hendricks, and Dean
and Span. Arlene was also Girls' League presi-
dent, and Dean was well known in the sports
The woman is requested to pay-abbreviated
d f fun when
we get TWIRP WEEK-a few ays 0
the social customs are reversedl Darleen Hayes,
lairned the title of Amazon Annie for
Merlin Haldorson was elected by the student
body as a candidate for Eugene's First Citizen.
He was chosen for his outstanding work in the
Future Farmers of America.
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NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY
Row 1. A Bong, M Boker, D. Bray, P. Bufge. Row 2. M. Burrell, B. I. 5
Corlson, M Cochrane, J. C okes, J Dawg, B. Dodge, G. Eorly. Row 3: L, 4
Edwours, B. mm, A. Gmac, D. Goddard, W. Hall, R. Haynes. Row 41 A. Y 1
Hcndrncks, D MCKm5trv, E, Mrller, H. Myers, P. Newman. Row 5: M. Nutt-
mon, N. O'COnnor, D. Poplm, C. Sulvo. Row 62 J. Von Rysselberghe, P.
Wasson, M. Webster.
the bright ones
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Arlene Hendricks, President
Lorna Edwards, Treasurer
, ,. Jean Crakes, Secretarv
As we look back over the days of '49 we
find gold in the Girls' League , . , from the
tip of the president's head down to the heart
of each girl. Pioneering, in the good 'ole
'49er style, we did lots of new and different
Our traditional events . . . Hallowe'en
party, with cider, doughnuts, apples, and each
girl entertaining a small child, either a friend
or someone from the Alice Marie Children's
home, Valentine party, featuring square danc-
ing, May Day party, a traditional affair for
ninth grade girls, and a Coke dance during
the tournament, at which they also "manned"
a guest book, all had a spark of something
special . . . and they were loads of funl
Every month a secret committee selects the
girl of the month. This girl is chosen on the
basis of all around service. The girl receives
a gold Girls' League pin, decorated with a
diamond and two rubies, to wear for the
month. The winners for the past year have
been: October, Carolyn Silva for her work on
the Girls' League teas and as hostess for the
Girls' League, November, The Rally Squad:
Barbara Fulton, Eunice Miller, Lois Taylor,
Dolores Clark, Margaret Jarvis, Jackie Lewis,
and Arlene Jones, for their work during the
summer working up the yells for football and
basketball games, December, Dolores God-
dard for her work as prexy of Pep Club and
one of the leading characters in the Thespian
play "This Genius Business", January, Ma-
delle Peoples, cabinet member of the Girls
League in charge of sacking candy for the
Vets Memorial Hospital at Roseburg, Febru-
ary, Mary Cochrane as Editor of the i949
Eugenean, March, Myrna Carroll, co-chair-
man of Twirp Week and work on the Beaux
Arts Ball, and April, Jo Anne Davis, Feature
Editor of the Eugenean, Beaux Arts Ball Prin-
cess, and co-chairman of the Twirp Week
First Semester Cabinet:
Row l: D. Hayes, M. Baker, J. Riggs, N. Mor-
gan, A. Gentle, A. Hendricks, D. Howard, A. Bailey.
Row 2: M. Bond, C. Silva, M. Burrell, M. Peoples
M. Olson, B. Washburn, J. Crakes.
Second Semester Cabinet: '
Row l: A. Hendricks, J. Lundy, B. Washburn,
J. Crakes, Y. Reed, G. Haines, L. Dirimple, M.
Nelson, J. Pallett, J, Gustafson, J. Anderson.
Row 2: L. Edwards, B. Leonard, M. Olson, J.
Fischer, D. Hayes.
Regularly a group of girls got together to
sack candy for the vets . . . at the Roseburg
Veterans Hospital. The girls also assisted the
Community Chest and Red Cross drives. They
annually present a Girls' League Scholarship,
amounting to 575, to the most deserving
senior girl. They also act as usherettes at
Every year the Girls' League sponsors a
Queen of Hearts drive to raise money for
support ofa children's school in Belgium. This
year's candidates were Mette Brix-Kielgaard,
senior, Anita Hamilton, junior, and Bebe
Clark, sophomore. A prize of S25 was offered
to the winning class, and there was a lot of
rivalry among classes. The sophs came out
on top! We'll always remember the assembly
when Bebe, overtowered by Dean Parsons,
sophomore class prexy, handed over the check.
Print and Cord Week, April 25-29, was
one of the most outstanding weeks of the
year. lt officially announces the coming of
spring, and the girls and fellas are gay and
colorful in cotton dresses and shirts. A dance
tops off the week, and the Gingham Girl is
Row l : A. Bailey, M. Baker, N. Beckett, M. Benson, M. Burrell,
L. Clock. Row 2: D. Clark, J. Crakes, D. Crusan, L. Edwards, S.
Gardner, A. Gentle, D. Goddard. Row 3: L. Gregory, S. Griffin, J.
Gustafson, M. Hannaford, D. Hayes, A. Hendricks, A. Hodgins, D.
Howard. Row 4: G. Jackson, N. Lucas, N. Morgan, G. Napper, M.
Nielson, J. Oglesby, M. Olson. Row 5: M. Peoples, B. Perkey, D.
Peterson, J. Riggs, C. Silva, C. White, S. Simon, V. Vincent, B.
Washburn. Row 6: Miss Deierlein, Miss Gibson, Mrs Lynch, Miss
Woods, Miss Kitts, J. Wiper, R. Ziniker.
Gold Pin Winners. Row l : A. Karlas, J. Mickelson, P. Nielson, L.
Newton, R. Hall, E. Gingery. Row 2: J. Davis, D. Howard, M. Car-
roll, B, Kragh, N. O'Connor, M. Burrell. K. Petersen.
I949 version of Hamlet in the Girls' League ,
assembly. Ki 'rfllfa HQ
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Print and Cord Week
committee meets with chair-
man, LaVonne Clock.
The entire masculine population of Eugene
High School makes up the membership of the
Axemen's Council. The governing body is
composed of the cabinet, representatives, and
senators. The cabinet is President Burt Carl-
son, Vice-president Jerry Wilson, Secretary-
treasurer Bill Lockyear, Program Chairman
Bob Haynes, Special Weeks Chairman Bob
Eade, and Noon Entertainment Chairman Bob
Booth. One boy is chosen from each roll room
as a representative to the council, The sena-
tors are presidents of clubs with more than
sixty per cent boy membership.
Hello-week started the school year off with
a bang. A few weeks later the student direc-
tory, Axe-Handles, was published under the
direction of Jerry Wilson. Throughout the
year assemblies were put on for the boys.
xxemen s Council Row l T Ash A Babb G Bacon M Barber, D.Barnum. Row 2: G. Boehnke, B. Booth, B. Bryant B Carlson T Cheney
ollard Row 3 B Cortez B Crow N Cuthbert B Eade G Early, L.Emrick. Row 4: B. Hall, G. Harrison, B. Haynes, M Jacobs M Jefferis
Johnson ROW 5 B McHenry J Monroe D Neely D Primrose, W.Reiser, W. Russel, Mr. Potter. Row 6: B. Lockyear T Stockman D Taylor
. N JA,
Council in action
One of the dutstandin assemblies feature
University of Oregon coach Jim Aiken and the
motion picture, "Oregon Football Highlights."
Fun nights were held providing entertainment
for fathers and sons. Along in March, "Be-Up-
Clean-Up-Week" was presented with a gen-
eral clean-up of lockers and class rooms.
The week ended with a big dance Friday
night. The noon entertainment committee
provided noon dances and noon movies, alter-
nating with intramural basketball, to com-
plete the week's activities,
Mr. Paul F. Potter, dean of boys, is advisor
to the council.
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From the iddle of the su
months to the te of delivery, the an-
nual staff wasjrj a whirlwind of plans.
The summer meetings, held at the home
of Mrs. Beacon, w,ere a combination of
annual talk, plpnsNfor
and eating. K
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iompiled and ' t
wk 5 up , J. pic ure taken. Everyone
y emembersfthose is when the halls
echoed with bells. NrAt the sound of a
pggticuldri-bell, the 'teacher announced
Q ne long, one short,' hat's the French
Club." Immediately, h of the class
jumped from ,fheir ses nd darted out
offThe'door. .'At last-71-on opportunity to
get Q drinlyl -yi
Then, thebig job ofsseeing to it that
individual pictures werhf taken asiched-
uled. ...Eqiery known excuse occurifed to
Johndones or Susie Smitlf why their pic-
turesi"'squldn't be taken at 3:30 on
Friday. 5 ,A -T --
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Of cobrse the big jolifwas mounting
the pages: The hard-woflking editor iand
a few loyal supporters worked rrlany
nights after school enjoying l?l the time
of their lives playing with th
rubber cement. "Mary, will this picture
have to be reduced or can we cut it down
ourselves?" was the familiar call.
While compiling copy, many hours
were lost trying to solve the newest inven-
tion around school. Namely, the tri-heXa-
At last the delivery date came. This
started the fuss of seeing to it that every-
one got his annual. f
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th of the teams. Gene .tf.z,u'xy isfmm HHH' fuiymw www wisxwai i0 ,K - .
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T Quiet iiistruetion will be given aslwwimi Fhimk imu' but
' " ' ' " ismm as an instrwetfosr is secured. tml? f'9""1"5f4 'Nlwle me 1
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S Remember those Fridays when the is- ,owwmare are im, peomon wi
sues of the EHS. News come out? The Wmmittae LQ Editor first semester rim,
halls were filled with echoes of, "l'd give ,I In charge gf, .c -,,.,i't '
,L you o paper---but you're not on my is Low pm!enfWfPT'iS't OWS bm thi' VD 'IBN ii
li, begtlu Suddenly in the Sixth pgriod ,On Gardner, P90910 c3,0h"i Wait!! their pzmun- w'ii..pp,i uwuiwu. , " ,
no rooms foo Conversation Chooooo from the hmm gf undo iresembie them rn the least, Q Rm why' take time ar.6pnce,1
Y, Composition of Wore, or the life of Hom, 5, rm, me dub-1 linctuubteciivgiw :mist 51?fT'fffi2T1'?14eij1 ities well senior clasxpictuh
I 'QT to, ffl-Ookr ,Mmm Gnd Allison Ore 509, - erouD litem- is rim we foumii , are Lai isa, :tiki-n suon and we dun
r, boys of the week"' or, "Did you read the .e.....,.W ml' trot-rbi
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, "Whot's your ambition, your favorite k d ' .
x, pastime, etc 9" Probably the answer in 'FJ e 'silt-5' CW
4 the back of your mind was, "Maybe l'll bo, h ,. 'n3Pf9d,w
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I get o better grade from Miss West if I Sw and mm, , ,. ..
soy something about trying to get my Yemugb' may enqlyflw
if Spanish in on time"' um ii,
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li' usual battles about copy and choice of I
l ' personalities After school, there was 35 a f""wik Sm hifi 'A '- H- '1-- me u,,, -1 will bg Q
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1 d editin of the latest thisfondfthat th si ' T-, DT M ow, .uimiib ,nl H
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around school, the paper come out. The ipprmems, Unit g
editor ond adviser breathed sighs of re' trove
M lief, The entire hard working staff, then Yuuiox' Vm'sit.y,
zzl relieved of their headaches, sat back and ir their thircliMadene Peopl ' .V
'- settled down --foto two more weeks of the i. A . weekly'
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A roll on the drums, someone speaks, and
the Music and Arts Section enters. Oop's, do
I hear someone off key?
In the top picture, Eunice, Jackie and
Barbara are giving out with "ln a Little Red
School House" during the Swing Concert.
Next we have the A Cappella hard at work
in the Colin Kelly gym during the Band
Booster Dance. Ah hal We see the band
caught in the act of preparing to perform-
with new pants, no lessl Then the band gives
its undivided attention to Mr, Miller, and the
A Cappella sings before its fellow students.
MUSIC and ARTS
A Cappella sings at Open House.
Throughout the year, during every fifth
period, explosions from the chemistry lab kept
time and blended harmoniously with mysteri-
ous utterances from the room next door. The
utterances were produced by a jolly group of
musicians, the A Cappella Choir, To tell the
truth, the noises were not always melodious
but must be classified as pure disturbance.
But, these disturbances were offset by the
more controlled sessions of the choir when the
result of their effort was more pleasing and
even wonderful. lhe choir were composers,
one and all. Right in the middle of a song
they would recompose the music, the result
being melody a la choir, according to Mr.
During the year the choir sang at Junction
City, Roosevelt, Kelly, Osburn Hotel, and pro-
duced the Gilbert and Sullivan operetta,
H.M.S, Pinafore. The choir met with con-
sistent success at all their public appearances
which was due reward for their hard work.
Row l' l, White, D, Wilcox, B. Myers, J. Madigan, R. Nichols, D. Neely, D. Loge, D. Beack, L. Taylor, C. Moy, L.
Lodge. Raw 21 N. O'Connor, J, Johnson, F. Cox, S. Yearwood, J. Davis, N. Beckett, E, Williams, J, Atwell, N. Atwell,
D. Wick, V. Poplin, E. Loe, Row 3: E. Olson, M. Ca'rroll, J, Evans, L. Tilson, R. Stuber, C. Bucklin, G. Dunn, B. Eggiman,
J. Sanders, J. Nee, L. Nikolai. Row 4: M. Radcliff, B. Fulton, l Means, N. Yates, E. Miller, B. Burges, K. Johnson, D,
Jcskc, K. Schaeffer, J. Chase, C. Guiley, Mr. Harrison. Row 5: B. Beacon, M. Baker, R. Murray, K. Marks, D. Poplin
R. Petterson, W. Moell, O. Rcnzema, J. Perkins, C, Leonard, C, Leonard, A, Loe. I
. A Q Q Q A D A A Q A 4
Row l 2 B. Beacon, D Cruzan, J. Davis, Row 2: J. Evans, B. Fulton, B. Glass. Row 3: C. Guiley, J. Madigan, E, Miller,
W, Moell, D. Neely, D. Peterson, Row 4: D. Poplin, Y
President, Janis Evans.
"Mi-mi-mi, doedo-do-l" "The meeting
will please come to order." "l-leyl Somebody
quit banging on that pianol"
If you happened to eavesdrop in Room 305
every other Monday evening throughout the
year these sounds would probably be familiar
to you. Occasionally a member would volun-
teer to have a meeting at his home. These
meetings were usually potlucks with the ac-
cent on eating.
Dont let us fool you, Troubadours was more
than confusion and eating. Some members,
while shaking in their shoes, provided enter-
tainment at each meeting. The others, with
. Reed, O. Renzema, J. Van Rysselberghe, J. White, D. Wick.
Mr, and Mrs. Harrison, remarked on little
faults such as too much breath . . . or not
enough. However, they seemed to overlook
the performers who fell off piano benches or
twisted Sunday lace hankies to threads when
they became ci little excited.
Most of 'ihe members belonged to other
musical groups around school and some of
them entered the music contests. Those con-
tests were the achievements of their fondest
dreams. There was always that hope of get-
ting a "one" rating! ln the music world that
is superior, and only excellent students re-
ceived such ratings.
Row l: M. Anderson, T. Ash, B. Chittock. Raw 2: J. Collard, J. Crakes, S. Devine, C. Everts. Row 3: D. Fields,
D. Goddard, J. Grider, A. Hendricks, M. Jarvis, B. Moor, N. Morgan. Row 4: Ei. Morris, P. Newman, L. Newton, B. Rasor,
C. Tribe, J. Van Rysselberghe, D. Wilcox, N. Yates. President, Jane Van Rysselberghe.
Tramping around on a cold and drafty
stage three nights a week, wondering if any-
one would come to the performance, trying
to borrow clothes to portray the character,
these are the experiences of the gallant band
of National Thespians as they produced "This
"Get a little life in your action. Pick up
your cues. Haven't you learned your lines
yet?" These were familiar words from the
director and advisor, Miss Hettinger.
The three act play made a two night stand
in the EHS gym. After the final curtain went
down and everyone got the grease paint
scraped out of his hair, the actors sighed
"Never again," and then, "When do we do
another?" All those participating in the pro-
duction are now veteran actors, just ask them.
They will tell youl
Election to membership requires that a
Thespian must have spent at least a semester
in drama class. Monthly meetings were held
in a member's home where everyone displayed
his dramatic talents.
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Row l: D. Howard, D. Clark, L. Taylor, S. Jones,.L. Bell, M. Carroll. Row 2: V. Alford, J. Bucknum, J. Cave, N.
Chase, B. Cox, G. Davis. Row 3: B. Eggimann, L. Emrick, D. Fields, B. Ford, S. Gardner, J. Garrett, G. Gerhard, J. Green,
P. Guntly, J. Gustafson. Row 4: J. Gustafson, M. Hannaford, B. Harden, D. Hart, D. Hayes, T. Hayes, B. Hoey, B. Kragh,
B. Laretz, C. Lucas, J. Lundy, J. Martin. Row 5: J. Pallett, J. Proctor, L. Randle, B. Ranes, M. Schureman, C. Seymour,
Wiltshire, J. Wiper. President, Sylvia Jones.
When little brother begins decorating the
walls of the house with beautiful pastoral
scenes done in water-color and crayon, you
know that he will probably be a member of
the famous Paletteers sometime in the near
This year, these fifty-eight industrious in-
dividuals dipped fifty-eight slim paint brushes
into paint and created fifty-eight grotesque
versions of what they had seen.
Perhaps you were walking calmly down the
halls with a pleasdntly vacant feeling, when
suddenly one of the posters made by the club
W. Sorenson. Row 6: J. Southward, B. Stageberg, T. Torricellas, T. Van Tassell, E. Wahlgren, C. White, J.
confronted you. After five minutes of con-
centrated study, the theme and meaning be-
came apparent. Ten feet farther down the
hall you came upon another . . . then another
. . . and so on. Therefore, it can be said the
Paletteers Club impede the traffic of Eugene
Seriously, the club contains some of the
most outstanding students of E.H.S. and is
the sponsor of many activities.
Sylvia Jones, as president, and Mr. Mallery,
as adviser, have made the i948-49 Paletteer
year successful and interesting for the mem-
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Row I : D. Sutton, B. Roberts, J. Crooks, L. Woolley, C. Woodward, P. Campbell, E. Calhoon, J. Kiphart, H. Bauman
S. Winston, B. Slaughter, M. Arndt, J. Holt, S. Wilson. Row 2: D. Swaggart, V. Berge, L. Hiebert, L. Davis, M. Olson
P. Westfall, B. Strilzuk, J. Holmes, D. Wellman, J. Douglas, J. Blanton, J, McCracken, W. Sorenson, U. Rathburn, J
Howard. Row 3: A. Hamilton, M. Jarvis, B. Colerick, D. Young, J. Rubiert, M. Reece, D. Nazer, J. Bray, Y. DeJardin
B. Meyer, R. Whipps, C. Panther, B. Steward, J. Cave, J. Thomas, P. Ware. Row 4: J. Bucknurn, P. Washburn, J
Gagbort, D. Larsen, K. Tarbell, D. Hartramph, R. Hall, B. Smith, J. Boyd, E. Crabtree, J. Pettit, S. Dingman, D. Robb
B. ode, B. Barker.
Row l 1 E. Mix, T. Archibald, D. Gleason, D. Hansen, B. Stageberg, W. White, J. Grider. Row 2: J. Malos, M. Powers.
D. Crawford, L. Sirotek, M. Bragg, G. Kotlarek, J. Perkins, B. Casperson. Row 3: T. Emerson, D. Conrad, F. Stokes,
B. Hoey, B. Eade, B. Stott, C. Youngquist. Row 4: W. Stephens, L. Nebert, R. Gant, D. Chapman, M. Steinmetz, H.
Beeson, C. McNett. Row 5: D. Burns, A. Kok, D. Parsons, G. Cash, E. Olinghouse, D. Detmering, R. Ingram.
Row l: L. Moves, M. Watts, B. Bureker, D. Keyes, S. Groth. Row 2: H. Johnston, l. Boughton, C. Welch, L. Sager,
L. Frolen, J. Van Rysselberghe, J. Cooley, B. Bundrant, B. Handricks, D. Morgan, A. Hodgins. Row 3: Y. Reed, J. Mich-
aelson, J. Gustafson, F. Wilkes, Mr. Miller.
Miss Schaer, the new Girls' Glee instructor
this year, has done a very commendable job
in coordinating the vocal cord activities of
these girls and producing recognizable melo-
Every sound known to mankind could be
heard at Eugene High sixth period, room 305.
Occasionally the sound of singing prevailed,
and well-known rousing songs drifted through
lf you've memorized the music scale from
C to D you're eligible for membership in the
orchestra. Actually, to be a member in good
standing you should try to master the intrica-
cies ofa violin, or at least bring Mr. Miller a
big shining apple each day. You should be
able to distinguish between fiddling with your
ear and fiddling with a violin. During the year
the orchestra honored many groups with their
quite audible presence. Cottage Grove, Sea-
side, Nelscott, and other neighboring towns
were the lucky hosts to the wandering mu-
Students of the first period Spanish class
fill a Santa Claus with candy, fruit, gum and
nuts for their pinata, or Christmas party to
you. Hard on waistlines, but more fun!
A typical scene in 202, Miss Gibson's Eng-
lish l2 class. Looks like they're working
Food again, this time it looks like the punch
and cake they had at the French Club initia-
tion at the home of Jane Van Rysselberghe.
Every year at Latin Club initiation the ini-
tiates are required to give reports. Diane
l-loward's must really be funny. Initiation this
year was at Carolyn Silva's.
Row l: T. Atkinson, A. Bailey, N, Beckett. Row 2: B. Bureker, J. Chase, N. Chase, S. Couch. Row 3: J. Davis, M
Dunsmoor, S. George, B. Gilmore, M. Gindt, J. Gustafson. Row 4: D. Gustafson, V. Hammerquist, D, Hart, J. Holmes
A. Jones, B. Kellogg. Row 5: S. Kendall, B. Leonard, L. Lodge, B. Lutz, D. Moore, L. Newton, M. Olson. Row 6: K
Patten, E. Patterson, S. Roberts, C. Silva, J. Webb, Miss West. President, Dolores Gustafson.
Habla usted el espanol? Sounds hard, but
we've really had loads of fun speaking Spanish
at our parties and other things. To start the
year off, there was a very informal initiation
potluck. The entertainmentl??l was pro-
vided by the initiates. Later in the winter,
we had another potluck. This time colored
movies of Rio were shown, and Carolyn Silva
told us all about her trip to South America.
On April l3, Springfield, St. Mary's and Uni
High were invited to come to our annual ban-
quet. The speaker, Carlos Pesado, spoke most-
ly in Spanish.
Carolyn Silva was chairman of the club's
assembly which was given in April to celebrate
Pan American Day. Bullfights, Spanish music
and dances brought the assembly to a swell
round of activities for the year.
Raw l: P. Barkla, B. Beacon, M. Burrell, D. Casey. Row 2: M. Cochrane, N. Davis, J. Evans, L. Finley, A. Gudbrud, B.
Hamilton. Raw 3: B. Hamilton, B. Harnden, A. Hendricks, D. Howard, M. E. Kraal, J. Madigan. Row 4: M. Nuttman,
N. O'Connor, B. Perky, C. Silva, M. Smith, K. Terry, M. Williams. President, Jackie Madigan.
The shining faces at the left are those of
brave and fearless boys and girls who battled
their way through conjugations, declensions,
and Caesar. But it was well worth while when
they joined the Latin Club and went to the
parties. Contrary to belief, the parties were
really informal. Malicious members went so
far as to make the defenseless initiate stand
before a blazing fireplace as he presented his
initiation speech. Cries of "Don't throw my
notes in the fire," or "Help, l'm scorching!"
were heard as the room became brighter and
brighter from the dancing firelight and a
broader understanding of Latin.
The Latin Club members will remember
their first sip of "The Nectar of the Gods",
Christmas caroling, and the hustle and bustle
of preparing the annual March of ldes ban-
Row l: M. Baker, B. Beacon. Raw 2: J. Bleth, M. Brix-Kielgaord, C. Guiley. Row 3: C. Leonard, M. McKy, l. Means
N. O'Connor, E. Olson. Row 4: D. Smeecl, J. Van Rysselberghe, P. Wasson, D. Wick, N Yates, Miss Nelson. President
"Parlez-vous francais?" Just about every-
one recognizes this familiar phrase as "Do
you speak French?"
Just because you are a member of the
French Club doesnt mean you are of that no-
tionality, you simply must have taken, or be
A semi-formal initiation was held at the
beginning of the school year. It was a candle-
lighting ceremony and the honored guest was
Miss Blais, our former E. H. S. French teacher.
The lighter part of the evening consisted of
the new initiates describing themselves in
French. One of the more common mistakes
was having "a head of brown horses" instead
of "a head of brown hair." Mix-ups like these
resulted when they got the wrong pronuncia-
tion of "cheveaux."
Mast of the meetings were held at school.
However, there were a few evening parties.
Evidently some of the members were deter-
mined to be soda jerks, as one evening
was spent concocting chocolate sodas. They
seemed to have known what they were doing,
as they were so good they had to buy more
ingredients for them.
Later in the year a reception was held to
honor the newer initiates of the Club.
Only ten more push ups and you ll be
through those are the promises heard in all
the gym classes The picture at the rrght
shows some of the boys getting an extra work
out at the bar
Along with all the fun of the clubs there
comes the day of the Initiation for the new
members Some of the Pep Club inmates are
being introduced to the mop This year
"GAA," did things in a big way and kept
the initiates well occupied.
At some of the games it was questionable
whether the members of the Pep Club come
to yell, or for a good seat. However, the Pep
Club can yell as the picture at the bottom of
the page proves.
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Row l:G. Abbott, J. Anderson, K. Brunton, J. Bucknum, J. Fischer, B Grovos. Row 2: J. Green, J. Gustafson, A
Hamilton, T. Hayes, D. Jongeward, A. Jones, M. Kraal. Row 3: B. Lengacher, G. Lounsbury, J. Lundy, C. May, N. Otto
R. Otto, D. Peterson, A. Riggs. Row -4: E. Schiewe, S. Schmidt, C. Seymour, J, Taylor, C. Tribe, B. Washburn, J. Webb
D. Wilcox. Row 51 E. Williams, C. Wourms, B. Clark, M. Cross, C. Gardner, S. Gardner, L. Gregory, S. Jeske. Row 6: J
Kerns, G. Lee, M. McKenzie, P. Moran, C. White, J. White, J. Wildish, J. Wildish.
Row l: M. Anderson, A. Bailey, L. Baker, L. Clack, N. Beckett. Raw 21 J. Bcrtclsen, J. Bleth, M. Burrell, B. Beacon
D. Clark, M. Cochrane, B. Cox. Row 3: J. Crakes, J. Davis, B. Dodge, L, Edwards, J. Evans, B. Fulton, A. Gentle, D
Goddard, D. Gustafson. Row 4: D. Hayes, A. Hendricks, P. Hinkson, E, Hugus, A. Jones, S. Jones, S. Kendall, J, Kiphart
C. Leonard. Row 5: J. Lewis, J. Madigan, E. Miller, B. Moor, L. Newton, M. Nuttman, M. Olson, M. Peoples, R. Randle
J. Riggs, M. Schureman. Row 6: C. Silva, L. Taylor, K. Terry, J. Van Rysselberghe, E. Wahlgren, D. Wick, J. Wiltshire
M. Williams, J. Wiper, G. Wright, C. Zinniker. President, Delores Goddard.
Fellows: Sit down! You're messing up the
P. C. Girls: Oh, you never yell. Yon don't have
Fellows: Yes we do, uh-er-hurrayl
A new high was reached in school spirit this
year and we proved that Eugene High really
had a booming rooting section.
Pep Club members are refjuired to sit in a
yell section at every week-end football and
basketball game. And, according to tradition,
the seniors occupy the place of honor in the
front row lsophomores move to the rear of
the section, pleasell Ten girls and ten boys
from each class belonged to Pep Club when
it was first organized in 1935 but someone
revised the old system and eliminated the
boys??? Now one hundred sophomore, junior
and senior girls are Pep Club members.
Back in the days when Pep Club was just
starting the girls wore white cardigan sweaters
with fetching little sailor collars and black
ties. Now they wear white Columbia knit
sweaters, black skirts, and purple "E.H.S."
emblems. lnitiations are not really tough,
just a little hard on the initiates and they
are lots of fun, ldeath toll this year was only
Every year the Pep Club gives two banquets
which honor our mighty Axemen and the
chosen player of the evening. The seniors
sponsor the football banquet and the juniors
sponsor the basketball banquet. The making
of pompoms was enjoyed by everybody this
year, especially Mr. Mickelwait. Reams of
purple and white crepe paper were strung all
over the office and everybody dashed madly
around trying to get them finished before the
bus pulled out. But it was worth it!
Row l: D. Strite, D. Primrose, B. Hall, D. Vincent, C.
B. Clough. Row 3: G. Boehnke, J. Kooken, W. Johnson,
L. Bell, D. Siegrnund, D. Black, M. Barber. Row 5: M.
R, Murray, G. Cash, J. Aiken. President, Bill Holl.
"E" Club, "E" Club, those familiar cries
were always present when foul play was in
the making. Everyone who has ever rushed
to an assembly for the best seat or tried to
crowd into the cafeteria line, has found an
"E" Clubber inconveniently situated. Many
an idea of contrivance and negotiation has
been thwarted in the making.
Violators clashed with justice each Wednes-
day noon when they were brought before the
club. Any boy facing President Bill Hall for
the second time, always found a senior mem-
Hollis. Row 2: B. Carlson, D. Barnum, W. Hebert, D. Johnson,
J. Parsons, C. Hodges, M. Barber. Row 4: G. Lewis, G. Zehrung,
Jefferis, B. Summers, N. Davis, D. Lowe, J. Wilson, B. McHenry
ber eager to administer routine punishment.
Any fellow who has earned the big "E" on
the turf, maple, cinders, or diamond is eligible
to join the "E" Club. An initiation was held
in February for the new peace officers with
Captain Dick Primrose in charge of the cere-
monies. Strange as it seems the "E" Club did
things other than policing the halls. An as-
sembly was presented to the school, and Vice-
President Joel Kooken carried on the intra-
mural basketball program for all the sports
loving boys in school.
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G. A. A.
Row l 1 M. Arndt G. Atkinson, W. Bartland, A. Branham, J. Carter. Row 2: M. Cone, K. Corley, J. Daniels, K. Denney
S. Lipsit, G. Lounsbury, M. Marks, M. McWilliams, J. Meadows. Row 5: N. Mickelson, G. Miles, P. Miller, C. Moll, G
Napper, L. Nixon, N. O'Connor, M. Olson, M. Peoples. Row 6: B. Prickett, C. Prickett, D. Renshaw, K. Rice, K. Sealy, Ki
Terry, G. Titcomb, D. Walker, P. Washburn, J. Wiper, J. Yates. President, Marjorie Olson.
The "G.A.A." is affiliated with the Oregon
All girls actively interested in sports are
State Girls Athletic Association and every
eligible to join "G.A.A.", especially if they
L. Edwards, L. Finley, L. Frolen, C. Gardner, S. Gardner. Row 3: A. Gillet, D. Gustafson, G. Haines, .B. Hamilton, Si
Hayden, P. Hinkson, E. Hugus, G. Hugus, B. Hunter, B. Jarvis. Row 4: D. Jongeword, J. Kiphart, G. Knutson, M. Lee,
like to attend potluck dinners which are held
once a month. lHard on the digestive system
but really lots of fun.l
The main sports activities carried on under
the supervision of adviser, Miss DeVos, are:
volleyball, basketball, tennis, badminton, and
softball. During the softball season many
girls were surprised by the ease in which the
year it carries out intra-school games with
other nearby high schools.
On any Tuesday or Friday, you can find the
"G.A.A." girls in the gym vigorously prac-
ticing or playing some tournament game while
Kuch's basketball boys hopefully tried to get
in some practice. At the end of the year a
meeting is held in which "G.A.A." awards are
"Obi The binder's loose on my ski again." Members are divided into two classes: the
ball slipped through a "hole" in their bat. given to girls earning them.
Row l: M. Arndt, G. Atkinson, M. Baker, B. Brown. Row 2: M. Burrell, R. Collins, S. Couch, T. Curry, L, Dirimple.
Row 3: L. Frolen, C. Gardner, S. Gardner, A. Guilbert, B. Hamilton, M. Hannaford, B. Jarvis. Row 4: J. Kerns, C.
Leonard, J. Lewis, C. Moll, M. Myers, B. Myers, G. Napper. Row 5: L. Randle, K, Rice, A. Richards, C. Shumway, M.
Schureman, G. Titcomb, J. Van Rysselberghe, E. Wahlgren, P. Washburn, M. Williams, J. Wiltshire, L. Rohlffs. Presi-
dent, Anne Richards.
The Sport Kats have a rough time, what with
skiing, bowling, ice skating, and roller skat-
ing. Saturday morning the "Yawn Patrol"
slips and slides down the dark streets to the
Trailways Depot. All that-just to go to the
'Girls who "crave" the great outdoors are
members. They maintain that sports lighten
the strain of school work.
active members, called "Big Kats," who must
participate in three or more sports regularly,
and the associate members, called "Kitty
Kats," who are to be working towards active
The new club has had a tough climb to
get started with no benefit of a tow rope, but
next year they hope to be scooting right along
on a smooth slope. '
This is the business of checking out books
from the EHS library.
Future accountants get good training in ix
Miss MalIery's bookkeeping class.
The file in the office has always been a
source of information.
Dittoing and delivering 4th and 6th period
announcements, acting as messengers, an-
swering telephones and collecting attendance
slips-these are the duties of the office staff.
Mrs. Donna Moore, secretary, and Mrs. Mary
Wagner, registrar, directed the work of the
Row l 1 M. Baker, D. Bomark, K. Brunton, K. Bushnell, V. Carpenter. Row 2: D. Clark, M. Cochrane, C. Cox, B. Cruzen,
S. Dagman, B. Dodge, L. Edwards. Row 3: L. Frost, B. Fulton, J. Garrett, M. Ghent, D. Hayes, P. Hinkson, J. Johnson.
Row 4: A. Jones, E. Miller, P. Miller, V. Miller, A. Nelson, M. Nuttman. Row 5: M. Peoples, L. Randle, J. Riggs, M.
Schureman, V. Shubert. Row 6: B. Spurgin, L. Taylor, K. Terry, E. Wahlgren, P. Wasson, J. Wiltshire, J. Wiper. Presi-
dent, Esther Wahlgren.
Shorthand . . . typing , . . hours and hours
of work, study, and practice . . . the Commer-
cial Cherubs have experienced all this and
more in order to be members of the club.
At the social gatherings throughout the
year, different Eugene High alums returned
and gave their helpful hints on how to suc-
ceed in the business world. ln addition to
these alums, other outside speakers were
guests of the Commercial Club at their in-
formal parties ond potlucks.
Membership was open to all students en-
rolled in advanced commercial classes.
Imagine rushing into the library looking
for one particular book and finding rows and
rows of unfiled books. Fortunately the con-
dition of our library is nothing like this. The
library staff, under the direction of Mrs.
Hjelte, spends its time industriously shelving
books and locating that certain volume you
need so desperately.
This, along with the other duties of the
library staff, such as spraying with D.D.T. to
discourage book worms, keeps the staff jump-
ing throughout the year.
Row l:J. Bertelsen, K. Bushnell, J. Carter, M. Farber, J. Gano. Row 2: J. Kiphart, D. Light, A. Loe, B. Maultzau.
Row 3: C. Petersen, M. Radcliff, L. Richeson, J. Shultz. V. Shubert. Row 4: Mrs. Dobbin, J. Spencer, K. Tarbell,
E. Wheeler, D. Wolcott, Mrs. Hielte.
C. Donald Moore
The FFA, fellows have really been in
some mighty stiff competition, but they have
emerged with high honors for themselves and
EI-IS. Their Parliamentary Team and F.F.A.
booth are shown at the right.
The Home Furnishings Class undertook a
big improvement project in the teachers room.
The "before, during, and after" are shown
HOME BUILDING M1
Row l: G. Abbott, J. Anderson, B. Atkinson, G. Atkinson. Row 2: A. Betts, B. Cruzan, M. Cross, B. Darby, V. Gartin.
Row 3: A. Gentle, B. Graber, B. Gravos, J. Green, J. Gustafson, A. Hamilton. Row 4: M. Hannatord, D. Hart, B. Lawson,
B. Leslie, G. Lounsbury, M. Maughan, P. Miller. Row 5: C. Moore, B. McHenry, M. McKy, G, Napper, N. Otto, D. Sieverts,
C. Skagen. Row 6: K. Taylor, C. Tribe, V. Vincent, J. Webb, C. Wourms, C. Ziniker. President, Marise Hannaford.
The homemaking minded girls of Eugene
High formed together this year under a new
name, the Ceemoh Club. Membership was
attained through taking at least one year of
homemaking. An inspiring candle-lighting
ceremony was held at the beginning of the
year when the new members were initiated.
The loyal Axemen supporters were hailed
in the fall when the Ceemohers were selling
EHS pennants. Then when Christmas breezed
in on wings of snow, the girls were making
toys and cookies for a childrens home.
February came along and 'with spring
a-p-p-r-o-a-c-h-i-n-g the thoughts of the
boys were of sending flowers to their girls.
Here the girls really scored in the heart de-
partment by operating a Valentine Flower
F. F. A.
If you've ever walked past the big green
building in back of the school and seen a
brawny individual holding up the roof with
one hand and throwing watermelons at pedes-
trians with the other you've probably rushed
to the nearest optometrist. But you weren't
seeing things. An F.F.A. boy can really pro-
The motto of the F.F.A. is "Learning to
Do, Doing to Learn, Earning to Live, Living
to Serve," and they live up to it.
The boys were extremely successful in the
big livestock shows this year where they
walked off with a truck load of honors.
The State Farmer awards went to Marvin
Ringsdorf, Merlin Haldorson, Louis Torricellas,
and John Kommer, the Safeway award to Gil-
bert Loucks and David Mclntyre. -
Row I: D. Brown, W. Bryant, G. Burrell, T. Cave, B. Cortez. Row 2: L. Cronin, H. DuRette, J. Faith, L. Hackett,
G. Haldorson, M. Haldorson, R. Hull. Row 3: W. Johnson, D. Kloak, J, Kommer, J. Kommer, D. Loucks, B. McCarty, J.
McFadden. Row 4: B. McHenry, D. Mclntyre, C. Potter, M. Ringsdorf, E. Schwartz, M. Simmons, L. Sirotek, A. Smith.
Row 5: D. Tallant, L. Torricellas, C. Von Arnam, J. Wadmon, J. Wilson, D. Zielinsky, adviser, Mr. Makinson. President,
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"Resolved . . . that the United Nations
should now be revised into a Federal World
Government." Undoubtedly you've heard the
above statement more than once. Being in a
debate class and being in the same building
with a debate class are in many ways the
same thing. The golden tongued "orguers"
spread their enlightenment to their fellow
students by bringing battles into class rooms
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throughout the school. lhe debate teams
fought their way through the Linfield tour-
nament at McMinnville, Willamette at Salem,
and Pacific at Forest Grove. At all of these
tournaments they came out victorious with
high placing. "Watch that stance," briefs,
little three by five cards, debate boxes, the
jitters . . . all these are typical of that won-
derful but hectic life ofa debater.
"Fussin' " "Fightin' "
Dick ond his
mother are con-
members of the
Active Club ond
Dick Broy won the Westinghouse Science
Talent Search Award and a trip to Washing-
ton, D. C., with his project of minerology ,
i"rocks"i. The proud student body and the
Eugene Active Club gave him a send-off os-
SCIENCE, MATH, and
Row l: L. Andreason, M. Burrell, L. Davis, B. Glass.
Row 2: J. MacKinnon, M. McKenzie, C. Petermann, B.
Ranes. Row 3: S. Roberts, B. Stageberg, J. Van Ryssel-
berghc, D, Vincent, S. Yearwood.
"Will the stag-line please move back!"
came a voice, as the well worn, year-old rec-
ord slowly came to o stop. This routine, along
with that of signing up outside dates, will be
remembered about those P.T.A. dances held
after the football games.
lf you listened closely, you could hear the
praises given the football players for that
nice block or that beautiful tackle. lt was
the time of glory for the players who had
played and a time of gloom for those who
had kept the bench warm. Just for a little
variety you had the opportunity to dance,
even though the records were old.
As you approached Miss Kitts standing at
the front door, you wondered if you had your
student body card. At the top of the stairs
you were confronted by a committee member
who made it necessary to dig into your pocket
for one thin dime. lf you could get past these
people you were "in" and assured of a solid,
be-bop, twice-inea-row fine time.
International Relations League
Officers and advisors: D. liams, D. Neely, L. Finley,
Mr. Dedman, Mr. Hendricks, Mrs. Wilmot, A. Karr.
These intellectuals around school banded
together again this year under the title of the
International Relations League.
Meetings were held twice a month. At
these gatherings international problems were
discussed. Probably one of the main reasons
for heated argument was explained by the
fact that there were a great many debators
in the organization. Some of the larger prob-
lems were not solved and in general a dim
view was taken of an early solution for other
Earlier in the year, quite a few members
attended the State l. R. L. Conference held on
the U. of O. campus.
P. T. A. Dance Committee
Officers and advisors: B, Harnden, B. Bacon, K.
Schaefer, Mr. Kienzle, Mrs. Robertson, Mr. Diebel.
"That last explosion knocked over the cage
and Oscar got out and spilled the short stop."
It's an unusual statement ot say the least.
Maybe it needs a little explanation. The ex-
plosion was the result of Nl-HNO3 decompos-
ing into N2 plus O2 plus HZO. Oscar is a
eutamias ameonus amenones and short stop
is HCZI-l3O2. The above quotation and the
action which it indicates are typical of a
meeting of the Science Club.
The Club is an affiliate of Science Clubs
of America and the Oregon Academy of
Science. The monthly meetings generally
consist of scientific demonstrations put on by
one of the interest field divisions and now and
then a lecture by an invited speaker, who
explains how to make WH4NO3 or catch an
eutamias ameonus ameones.
Row I: G. Early. Row 2: G. Harrison, H. Myers. Row 3: C. Beairsto, G. Boehnke, B. Carlson. Row 4: B. Ford, L.
C. Beairsto, G. Boehnke, B. Carlson. Row 4: B. Ford, L. Emerick, M. Keating, N. Davis, D. lyarns. Row 5: P. Potter,
W. Moell, B. Chittock, C. Bucklin, D. McKinstry, D, Hamlow. President, Gene Early.
"Hi-Y meeting tonight-7 :3O, at the Com-
munity Center" was the familiar announce-
ment heard every Monday, fourth and sixth
If you happened by chance to drop by the
YMCA around 7:30 on Monday nights, you
might have seen President Gene Early call the
meeting to order, Don McKinstry, secretary,
call roll and read the minutes, and Howard
Myers, chaplain, led a short devotional service.
The business at one of these meetings
might have been the selection of the two
representatives to the "Youth in Model Leg-
islature" at Salem. The representatives this
year were Warren Moell and Burt Carlson.
At a different time the business might have
been the appointment of Navarre Davis as
chairman of the Mothers' Day Breakfast.
Programs were arranged by Burt Carlson
and usually featured a speaker or a "red hot"
discussion on some subject that involved
everyone. Advisor.Paul Potter usually had his
"two-bits" worth to add.
If you were interested in joining the club,
you met with Gene Harrison, vice-president
and membership chairman. After you were
a member, dues were paid to George Boehnke,
At the end of the meeting the members
repeated the purpose of the Hi-Y, which is
"to create, maintain, and extend throughout
the school and community-high standards of
Christian Character", this was followed by
the Lord's Prayer.
Row l: S. Grath, D. Sutton, E. Schiewe, A. Hamilton, M. Dunsmoar, K. Sealy, L. Finley, B. Washburn. Row 2: P.
Ferguson, V. Poplin, J. Sanders, B. Hamilton, K. Corley, P. Carey, B. Myers, E. Hugus, V. Gartin. Row 3: J. Watson, G.
Proudfit, D. Swaggert, J. Nee, A. Nelson, D. Bomark, D. Renshaw, B. Fegles, D. Walker. Row 4: M. Hardcastle, J.
Stelting, K. Thramer, J. Oglesby, R. Page, D. Chase, D. Jongeward, K. Sem. Row 5: W. Walker, S. Henry, C. Pickett,
P. Herider, B. Gravos, B. Montandan A. McClanahan, G. Haines. Row 6: Miss Deierlein, B. Conrad, D. Poplin, N. Swards,
M. Webster, J. Findlay, E. Schiewe, Ford, D. Walker. President, Duane Poplin.
The Ambassadors is a Christian organiza-
tion whose purpose is the furtherance of
Christian fellowship and forwarding high
ideals among high school students. The week-
ly get-togethers are at noon on Thursdays and
are a combination of resting, lunch sacks, and
mumbling voices drowning out the voice of
the president or an invited speaker. You can
probably imagine the scrambled atmosphere
with about sixty members trying to divide
their attention between the speaker and a
ham sandwich, maybe even with mustard.
During the year, the Ambassadors spon-
sored a formal banquet on the night of the
Junior Senior Prom and the annual Ambas-
sadors' assembly. This year the Club har-
moniously combined music and comedy to
present an outstanding show.
All students are welcome to attend meet-
ings or join the Club, regardless of their
Row l: S. Anderson, N. Antone, M. Arndt, L. Barbee, B. Bureker, H. Bauthman, E. Beier, R. Berkshire, P. Blakely
Row 2: M. Brainyard, D. Brooks, C. Bucklin, P. Covey, B. Carlson, J. Chase, S. Couch, J. Crooks, J. Daniels, V. Drorbough
Row 3: L. Frolen, D. Fields, C. Gardner, S. Gardner, M. Griner, G. Haines, F. Hein, D. Himber, A. Hodgin, J. Howard, K
Jorgensen, W. Knuedson, M. Kraal, L. Lodge. Row 4: R. Mclntosh, J. McGee, B. McHenry, M. McKenzie, C. Moore, D
Moore, N. Morgan, M. Myers, M. Nelson, N. O'Connor, C. Panther, B. Perkey, C. Perkey, Mr. Hamlow. Row S: R
Petterson, D. Renshaw, D. Revell, K. Rice, H. Russell, D. Sieverts, K. Taylor, L. Taylor, B. Terpening, J. Terry, J
Thornton, D. Walker, B. Walrath, D. Wilcox, E. Williams. President, Bob Bureker.
Did you ever bother to look around you at
any of the athletic events? Nine times out
of ten the most hard working individuals
would be members of the Service Club.
While everyone else cheered the team,
these poor souls were punching student body
cards, selling tickets, or ushering.
The Club was used for the public's benefit
when voters pamphlets were distributed.
Everybody who delivered these pamphlets will
remember the slight drizzle that did so much
for morale and shoes.
When the band put on its big' drive for new
uniforms the Service Club was right there to
assist in selling the Band Booster Buttons.
Theycertainly looked the part of a loyal
E.H.S. student, their sweaters were white and
their skins were purple from the cold.
lt's not all such grueling work though. At
Christmas time the Club decorated the big
tree in the front hall and went on a caroling
hay ride, which was topped off by a dance.
A brand new feature next fall will be the
football directory. The Service Club is going
to publish a booklet with all football records
from the past and the starting line-up for
All in all the Club has had a very successful
year'under the leadership of Bob Bureker,
President, Audrey Hodgin, Vice-president,
and Naomi Morgan, Secretary.
Row l: B. Chase, D. Dennis. Row 2: D. Hanson, G. Harrison, R. Kennedy, M. Meadows.
Row 3: D. Mickelwait, D. Morgan, W. Porter, G. Porter, D. Ruhlman, D. Taylor. Row 4: G.
Vincent, M. Webster, D. Westbrook, J. Worth, G. Zehrunq.
Boys interested in broken backs and Mountain climbing took up their extra week-
sprained ankles found golden opportunities in ends when the last traces of winter had melted
the Pack Rats. In the winter, the boys used away.
up all their power on snow trips and skiing.
' Row l' T. Atkinson, A. Babb, B. Ford. Row 2: O' Henderson, H. Hahn, M, Jacobs, W. Johnson. Row 3: G. Boehnke,
D Nasholm, P. Newman, R Pederson, C. Perkey, P. Pynes. Row 4: B. Rankin, D. Regan, N. Sowards, G. Trunnel, J,
Watlron, L White, G Zehrung President, George Boehnke
"Noi No! The trigger is on this end!" to the boy with the high score, and his name
Armed with advice and a good rifle, a new appearing on a plaque will be preserved for
member is on his way to becoming a "gunner" young gunners to shoot at.
around school. Each year a trophy is awarded
Row l : L. Frolen, S. Gardner, B. Coen, C. Gardner, G. Napper, G. Atkinson. Row 2: A
Richards, S. Couch, M. Hannaford, J. Kerns, C. Shumway, M, Anderson, K. Sem. Row 3: J
Wiltshire, B. Kennedy, J. Baker, D. Morris, D. Morgan, G. Bissell, D. Mickelwait. Row 4
B. Jarvis, B. Hayes, L. Johnson, R, Richards, B. Gill, G. Cash. President, Glenn Cash.
The Ski Club is that daring group of outdoor
enthusiasts who spend their tree time match-
ing intelligence and brown against those tiny
The club rents a ski bus on Saturdays, while
the snow is good, and moves to the high alti-
tudes. ln the frigid atmosphere they proceed
to tangle with any snowbank that appears on
the horizon. It doesn't matter if they tackle
it with a "plop" or a "swoosh", it's all fun
tor the Ski Club.
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lt's hard to put into this space all we feel about Dave
Gilbert, He was more than just a swell guy, He was
more than a good athlete. When Dave was drowned
at Corvallis in May of I948, we lost not only this year's
football co-captain, but a real friend. His athletic rec-
ord speaks tor itself. At the time of his death, he was
representing Eugene High in the one hundred yard dash
at the state track meet. Besides his position on the
football team, he was also an outstanding member of
the baseball squad. Dave will be remembered by his
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Ball, Ball, WHOIS got the ball?
Theoreticolly at least, Eugene High had a
successful football season, winning as many
games as they lost, but no staunch EHS sup-
porter con consider ony season successful
without victories over Uni High and Salem,
or at least one of them. But "the Axe" fell
before both by identical I3-7 scores. Little
consolation is gained through the fact that
we outgained the opposition in both games,
for the number of times you pass that lost
little white chalk line is what pays off.
George Baehnke Burt Carlson
Bill Clough Cecil Hodges
Well, it's only over by six inches!
Albany tries for another score--but Johnson
dislikes the idea
As for the seosons lwiglwllghts----the one thot
will be remembered longest hos to do with
only one ployer, Jock Porsons Jock wos se-
lected os one of the best ends in the stole
ond wos chosen to ploy on the up-stole oll
stors ogounst the Portlond oll stors come Ao
gust. The seosons most exerting moment-f
the Axemen troiilng the Corvollls Sporlons
l4-l3 with seconds lo ploy, trued o long des..
perotnon poss only To have It lnfercepfedg but
the rnterceptor fumbled os he storted to run,
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Axe nod o sux point, 20 l-l, Ieodg ond the
gome ended The seoson's dnsoppomtmente-v
Only ten more yards to go for Lefty Siegmund
Wayne Johnson George Kotlarek
Dove Lowe Bill McHenry
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A surprising strong Gael eleven from St, Mary's held an
overconfident Axemen team to a 6-6 tie at the end of
the first half, but Kuchera's famous ability as an orator
set the boys on fire in final frame and they romped to an I
easy l9-6 win. The Eugene forward wall outcharged the ' .
smaller Gael line continuously in the second half, throwing 9, 1-"' I
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untied record. Anyway the Cleveland lformerly Commercel
Indians went on the warpath and dumped the not-so-mighty
Axemen on their proverbial ear as they gained one of their
two l948 wins to the tune of 26-6. The first play of the game
established the trend of what was to come later on as Gene
Traglio, of the big city boys, boomed 60 yards through the
center of the line to pay-dirt for a lasting lead.
With last week's massacre all forgotten about and only
thoughts of revenge for last year's defeat, the Axemen pulled
up from behind and finished the game on top of a fired-up
Springfield aggregation for the second win of the yet young
season, The glitter of this 20-6 victory became somewhat
dimmed as the weeks slipped by due to the impotency of the
Millers and their ability to win but one game all year, that
against St. Mary's
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paced by even bigger Phil Gillis, came across them thar hills
and methodically battered Eugene into submission. The Bears
went home carrying the laurels of an l8-8 victory over one
of the big "valley" schools. There was no humiliation in the
defeat though, because Bend proved itself to be one of the
better schools in the state-just missing a state play-off
berth by one point.
A steamed-up wrecking crew from EHS played havoc on o
Central Catholic eleven which entered the quarter-finals of
the state championship tourney. The Axemen seemed to be
thinking only of a way to get back at Portland for the Com-
merce defeat as they broke out in a rash of touchdowns for
o 26-6 win. This game showed Eugene at their season's best
with the whole team playing top-flight ball.
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What a game! This is probably the first time in the annals
of football history that a team scored the winning touchdown
on an intercepted pass by the opposing team. Here's the
situation: The score, l4-l3 in favor of Corvallis and just
two minutes to play, Eugene's ball on the Spartan's 45 yard
line, a long pass-but Ken Wilson intercepts on his own
eight-what a spot to go 92 yards for the clincherl However,
as he started to run, the ball slipped from his hands and
Eugene recovered, went over for the TD, and trouped off the
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For the first out-of-town game, the Axemen journeyed to
Albany to play a heretofore undefeated Bulldog eleven, lt
looked in the first half as if Eugene might turn the trick and
upset the dope-bucket with a win, but in the second frame,
class proved itself as Albany kept its record intact with a
Zl -6 victory. Their only loss was at the hands of the state
champions, Grants Pass, in the playoffs.
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The Axemen bounced back, after the previous week's hu-
miliation to humble a strong Pirate eleven from Marshfield
I3-7 and jump back into the lead in their own little struggle
to keep the wins ahead of the losses for the season. Eugene,
in this game, had one of their better nights and appeared
to be on a come back road, but---
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Kuchera took over the reins, was dumped by the Salem High
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Vikings. The game started out like it might turn into a rout,
the Viks jumping off to a quick l3'O lead and holding at
the half. But the Axemen bounced back, completely out-
classing the ancient rivals in the second stanza, only to fall
short of victory by a single touchdown, losing l3-7.
Row l:W. Russel, D. Crawford, W. Kiphart, B. Eady, L. Heany, J. Monroe, D. Wilson, T. McGeorge. Row 2: B
Shaeffer, W. Porter, J. Tltcum, W. Oldham, McCarty, D. Wilson, P. Wolf, H. Sittner, C. Poullium, V. Fennel, B. Logan
G. Porter. Row 3: L. Coons, N. Cuthburt, R. Gillilan, M. McCain, B. Casey, W. Walker, A. Jones, L. Hamrnerquist, R
Peltola, B. Preston.
Those football B-squaders might aptly be
termed as the original hard luck kids. Mel-
lem's ranks would seemingly have a ball game
in the bag, only to have the opposition pull
it out of the fire with a last second touchdown.
At Salem, with the Hatchetmen leading I2-7,
and just one minute remaining, a Viking got
loose and romped all the way for a l3-I2
lt was the same story at Cottage
Grove against the second-stringers, only this
time with just 430 seconds left to play. The
final on that game was l9-18, Against Spring-
field Millermites, almost as the gun sounded
to end the game, the Eugene lads watched
one of the small towners score the lone touch-
down for a 6-O win. Also there was a 7-6 loss
at Albany. But on the other side came one
overwhelming victory! a 28-O conquest of
A-SQUAD BASKETBALL TEAM
Row l: Coach Kuchera, D. Wilson, M. Jefferies, C. Hodges, C. Hollis,
G. Lewis. Row 2: D. Siegmund, J. Parsons, R. Murray, W. Johnson, D.
Parsons, G. Cash. ,
Although the basketball season for the sec-
ond straight year wasn't quite as successful
as we had hoped for, the gang looked great all
the way. Until last year Eugene High, along
with Salem and Astoria, were rated as peren-
nial powers at the state tournament. However,
on March l5, the Oregon prep tourney began
without the presence of the mighty Axemen.
But Eugene has nothing to be ashamed of,
with the representative of this district, Junc-
tion City, placing fourth in the statel The
Axemen split their two games with the Tigers,
winning the first 30-27, but dropping the
second with the chips down at Junction. Cot-
tage Grove proved to be the jinx of the season,
dropping the Kuchera-coached quintet on
their home grounds, 42-34, and then taking
another in on overtime game at the court,
Jack Parsons was the "big gun" in the
EHS attack, leading the seasons point parade.
The whole Eugene forward wall deserves a lot
of credit for its work under the boards all
season. The Axemen, with the state's third
tallest team, had pretty much their own way
in many of the games, but their inability to
hit the bucket proved to be their downfall.
Even with half the team graduating, next
year should be a big one for Eugene High, with
a lot of good boys up from the B-squad along
with the "A" holdovers.
Just as a little sidelight, every year Kuchera
has practiced in the armory he's gone to the
state tournament, but each year that he's
practiced in the cracker box at EHS, his team
has been in the rooting section at the tourna-
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Jack and brother Deon have the situation well in hand. Say, fellas, what do you see?
District play found the Axemen at their
Another Two Points
Big Six play proved to be even less success-
ful as Corvallis, Salem, and Bend all took the
Axe in stride, coming out with two victories
apiece. Salem and Bend bath were entrants
at the state tournament and both did all right
for themselves, Bend finishing in third spot,
and Salem fifth. The only other Big-Sixer
Corvallis was able to defeat was Albany.
On the other side of the ledger, the Axe-
men picked up two wins over Springfield and
the same number at the expense of the AI-
As for individual honors, both Parsons,
Dean and Jack, were placed on the second
string all-star team.
In non-league games the Axemen started
out as if they might go a long way. Although
they lost their first two games, the defeats
came at the hands of a talented Marshfield-
five that was already in midseason form.
Neither game was lost by more than three
points. Then came a four team jamboree at
Ashland, between Cottage, Grove, Eugene,
Ashland, and the S.O.C.E. frosh. The Axemen
opened the proceedings by dropping the frosh,
and the next night closed it up as they
trounced Ashland to be the only team not to
lose there. The next week, a two-game series
at Klamath Falls found Eugene High with two
more defeats tacked onto their record, one of
them in an overtime affair.
Remember the good old days at the Armory'
season's best, but that was not quite good
enough. Along with the aforementioned
Springfield wins, Eugene took two from St.
Mary's, two from Elmira, o singleton from
Junction City. . . and . , , Hip Hip Hooray?
Two from Uni High to get at least partial
revenge for what happened earlier in the year!
But in the three "big games" of district com-
petition, the mighty Axe just couldn't quite
make it. Cottage Grove, the only team we
didn't beat at least once, made the difference
between a great and merely a good EHS bas-
ketball squad. And in the last big one-
against Junction City--the breaks went the
wrong way, and the Axemen had to settle
with a second place tie with Cottage Grove.
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The most successful team at Eugene l-ligh
this year was the B-squad baslaetball teamw-
Commonly called the Hatchetmen. This ag-
gregation had an enviable record of l7 wins
and 3 losses. With only four juniors on the
squad and the rest just sophomores, Eugene
High supporters have a lot to look forward
to in the next two years.
lt's through for twol
Two of the three defeats came at the hands
of an always powerful Salem B-team and at
Albany an old jinx held on as the Bullpups
downed the baby Axemen.
No district team was able to come out on
top in any encounter with our B-squad and
we are all expecting much of them next year
when they graduate to the varsity.
Row l: L. Hamrnerquest, D. Ruhlman, B. Stott, V. Fennel, D.
Q. Palanuk, Mgr, B. Lee. Row Z: D. Loucks, G. Seiple, H. Sittner, E.
Al Hein, T. Van Tassel, D. Newman.
Coach Duane Mcrl lem
B - SQUAD
INTRAMURAL CHAMPS, DRIPPY DRIBBLERS
Front row: D. Brown, K. Llpset, L, Torrmcellos, T. Cove, J. Konwnwer
Bock row: J. Wclson, J. McFadden, M Holrtorson, D. Tollont
WHITE LEAGUE PURPLE LEAGUE
NATLJRALLY NAMELESS CHEESECLJTTERS ZIPPER BOYS BUTTON BOYS
T Wornock M. Meodows D. Burns B. Crow
B. Hoys H. Nebert E. Seoberg B. Booth
J. Boker D. Hebert G. Miller A, BObb
L. Coons A. Cross B. Chose G. Trunnell
B Gloss J. McNett T. Kennedy T. ASH
L. Johnson T, Swonson F. Stokes R, BUVQG
omppv omlmsrms RAMBLING xxfREcKs APACHES Qgillgfd
M Holderson C. Everts G Vincent B4 Orloff
J. McFadden B. Rondle D Crowtord .
L. Torricellos D. Wolker D Collins GAJ-l-OPING GREMLINS
B Cortez O. Renzumo T. Corter D. GibSOF1
D. Brown B. Burgess T. Holstrom B. Ronkink
K. Lipsit J. Roberts B. CbitTOC
T. Cove HAJG G HAIG HO-J-SHOTS C. Von Arnum K. Hunt
J. Kommer B- BGVOVWS B V D , L. Soger
J, Wilson B- Summers ' ' 'Sl D. Gonoe
D. Tollont J. Worth D. Strlfe J. Cuilge
J. Bornes B. Corlson G. Lemony
D. Powell D. McKinstry .
B. smgebefg G. Early SELECT SEVEN
G. Kotlorek B. Hoynes W. Moell
J. Kooken P. Pynes D. Ijoms
B. Morgan C. Beoirsto
Barber twins pass the baton,
April l4-Willamette Valley ot Springfield
April 22-Hayward Relay at U. of O.
May 3-Eugene at Albany
May 7-Big 6th at Corvallis
May lO-Eugene at Salem
Captain Jack puts the shot.
May l 3-District Meet
Moy l7-Eugene at Springfield
May 20 and Zl-State at Corvallis
Sprunters Don Johnson and Navarre Davis get setl
The bench boys!
April IZ-Eugene at Corvallis
April I5-Eugene at U. of O. Frosh
April l9-Eugene at Springfield
April 22-Albany at Eugene
April 26-Salem at Eugene
April 29-Eugene at Corvallis
May '6-Klamath Falls at Eugene
May lO-Eugene at Junction City
May l l--Eugene at U. of O. Frosh
May l3--Springfield at Eugene
May 17-Eugene at Albany
May 20--Eugene at Salem
May 24-Eugene vs. Uni High
June 3-Junction City at Eugene
June 7--Eugene vs. Uni High
Captain Jim Barnes hits while Mel Jeffries catches
Bill Crow ond Dick lioms receive.
A set of doubles!
Coach Carl Blood tells 'em how.
April 22-Coos Boy-he re
April 30-Coos Boy-there
Moy 6 cmd 7-Big 6 Leoguet
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April 9-Cottage Grove
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Moy l3-l4-Stote Meet
Moy 20-Zl-Big Six-
Bruce Chose chips o shot.
Glen Lothom tees off.
Putt, Putt, Putt ..... Putt!
When football came to a close, MacArthur
Court and the Eugene High School gym turf
nished the scene tor their enthusiasm and
spills. Basketball season was accompanied by
a huge laundry bill to solve the cleaning of
their white Culottes.
Throughout the year they were "tops" in
spirit. The students of Eugene High will ref
member for a long time the friendly atmosf
phere they created with their songs and yells
lf pep awards were given, this year's win-
ners would be the ten bundles ot energy com-
monly called our rally squad and yell leaders.
During the summer, they struggled through
hours ot practice and drill. When football
season began, they could always be seen at
the Civic Stadium iumping around in knee-
deep mud. Everyone's spirits were dampened
at times, but the rally squad kept theirs pow-
Row l: R. Rexius, J. Peterson, B. Milford, A. Gubrud, E. Beier, S. Dagman, D. Ayers, C. Eldridge, Row 2: D. Peterson,
M. Early, M. Bond, V. Peterson, E. Horn, B, Poage, R. Page, B. Fegles, N. Mickelson, D. Chase, B. Terpening, J. Holmes,
D. Ruhlman, F. Wilkes, G. Lee, G. Fogelstrom, B. Warren, Y. Reed. Row 3: C. Nelson, D. Walker, R. Miller, G. Atkinson,
G. Napper, R, Miltonberger, L. Joelson, R. Redmond, D. Paulus, D. Mickelwait, J. Spicer, J. Weinstein, J. Anderson, C.
Rhodes, P. Keefe, B. Kennedy, J. Whalley, D. Ordwoy, R. Collins, G. Knutson, L. Coons, E. Dukes, L. Fuller, D. Blinkhorn.
Row 4: D. LaBare, M. Read, D. Dennis, N. Laaksonen, J. Colburn, A. Aydelott, A. Gillett. President, Floyd Wilkes.
"lf you can't make the music good at least
make it loud." This is the motto of every
band, and our band is no exception. After all,
the job of the band is not to please the music
critics, but rather to instill the fighting spirit
into the E. H. S. student body and athletic
To be a member of the band you must not
only know how to toot a horn or beat a drum,
but you should learn the technique of strug-
gling through mud over your ankles. And to
be sate know how to swim. The above state-
ments are self explanatory if y0u've seen many
football games at the civic stadium.
Being a member of the band is hard on the
uniforms as well as the feet. Therefore, the
band spent a good part of its time this year
raising money for new uniforms. Such things
as "Band Booster Day" and the swing concert
raised the funds. Now the band is dazzling as
well as loud.
Band performing at football games accompanied by drum maiorettes, Joan Martin ana Jean Garrett.
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The first day of school, one could easily
tell the sophomores from the juniors and
seniors by that slight look of dismay in their
wandering eyes. But, as time went on, our
little innocents gradually fell into the pattern
of life at Eugene High, and even cut a few
patterns of their own. The sophomores soon
elected officers and grasped the idea of or-
ganization through the efforts of a powerful
political machine, the R. S. V. P. or the
Roundup of Sophomores' Venerable Professors.
This big political combine is made up of all
sophomore teachers, and is represented in its
"above ground" activities by Boss Dedman
and Boss Wormington, each with the title of
class advisor. In case you didn't know, in Mr.
Dedman's desk is hidden a direct wire to
Disregarding all subversive influences, the
sophomores elected a pack of sterling char-
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Dean Parsons, President, John MacKinnon, Vice-president,
Shirley Jeske, Secretary, Lynn Johnson, Treasurer.
acters as class officers. The results were:
President, Dean Parsons, Vice-president, John
MacKinnon, Secretary, Shirley Jeske, and
Treasurer, Lynn Johnson.
Following the guiding hand of the con-
niving R. S. V. P., the sophomores succeeded
in producing a sophomore party, an assembly,
and the .sophomore dance in the spring for
the ninth graders. They set up a sophomore
executive council in subtle opposition to the
R. S. V. P., and the two fought it out for the
control of District '5l.
The class really got down to business at
Christmas time. They collected over l,5OO
cans of food which they gave to the Red Cross
as a Christmas present. These accomplish-
ments of the class of 'Sl reveal a resolute
spirit of mind, hand, and heart which promise
to carry them to great heights.
Row l: M. Anderson, J. Ash, S. Anderson, S. Campbell, B. Barker, G. Barnett
P. Beacon. Row 2: C. Beadle, N. Begg, E. Beier, M. Benson, R. Berkshire, P Aufi-roth
J.. Bowman, M. Brainard. Row 3: B. Burgess, A. Branharn, C. Brown, C Brown, P
Brown, P. Carye, A. Blackwell, C. Anderson, H. Bauman. Row 4: J Aiken, L. Camp
bell, L. Carey, O. Chamberlain, J. Colburn, R. Crawford, J. Cook, B. Cortez, G Cash
B. Casperson. Row 51 G. Burrell, G. Allison, J. Baker, M. Barber, M. Barber, L. Beard
B. Blain, R. Blanchard, L. Corns, N. Cuthbert, P, Dietrich.
Row l: R. Edmon, M. Early, M. Erickson, S. Erickson, B. Fegles, L. Frolen, C
Gardner Row 2: J. F. Daniels, K. Denney, S. Dingrnan, V. Donnor, B. Douglas, D
Endicott, I. Eickmeyer, J. Gelegan. Row 3: B. Clark, D. Cruzan, S. Cato, M. Cross
B. Carlson, D. Collver, B. Coen, J. Daniels, M. Greiner. Row 43 M. Cartre, L Chartivr
T. Curry, J. Crooks, D. Chase, B. Coin, M. Cross, S. Gardner, M. Geelan. Raw 5' B
Glifford, L. Gregory, J. Faith, V. Fennell, B. Glass, L. Downing, J. Gregor, R. Gillilan
W. Graham, P. Campbell.
Row l: B. Huling, J. Huston, M. Iverson, G. Jackson, B. Jarvis, J. Jarvis, S Juke
P. King. Row 2: R. Hill, R. Hersey, D. Hlndmand, G. Hugus, B. Hinton, K Hover'
croft, L. Haldorson, E. Harris, D. Hortrampf. Row 3: V. Graneman, M. Gilmore, A
Gillett, A. Gaudion, J. Gustafson, F. Hein, S. Henry, J. Howard, P. Hadsall, Row -l: T
Halstrum, L. Hackett, H. Hohn, B. Hathaway, D. Himber, L. Harris, L. Hammerquist
B. Hayes, L. Heary. Row 5: G. Brookfield, S. Heth, G. Haldorson, R. Hull, I. Hen-
derson, D. Hanson, D. Hickman, D. Jackson, H. Jones.
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Row l 3 D. Lee, D. Larsen, S. Leege, G. Lee, M, Lee, G. Mules, A. Nasler. Row 2: J
Kerns, D. Kopp, H. Kindt, H. Kuntz, D Kinner, R. Mclntre, J, McGee, S. Lrpslt
Row 3: E. Latham, B. Logan, N. Lucas, B. Lawson, B. Lemrner, J. Maplethorpe, T
McGeorge, J. Kiphart, B. Lee. Row 4: B. Kennedy, W. Ketchum, G. Kayser, P. Keefe
L. Landers, B. Lundeen, E. Latham, J. MacKnnnon, J. Malos. Row 5: B. Johnson
L. Johnson, A. Jones, R. Johnson, W. Johnson, J. Lessel, L. Kahn, M. Karnmer, C
Luttig, K. Krumdieck, J. Monroe.
Row l: M. Nielsen, E. Osbon, A. Olsen, P. Olcson, P. Provancha, R. Page, B
Prlckett, G. Proudtit. Row Zi C. Moore, M. McKenzie, Y. Madugan, P. Moran, K
Merewcthcr, L. Murphy, R. Mtltonberger, G. Napper, B. Nelson. Row 3. N. Mickel-
son, B. Mcl'-lenry, B. McCoy, M. Myers, M. Marks, R. McCulloch, V. Mapes, J
Meadows. Row 4: B. Montandon, C. Nelson, L. Nebert, D. Olson, D Polanuk, K
Petermann, J. Peterson, K. Major, M. McWulluarns. Row 5. C. Perkey, G. Marlow
D. Muckelwoit, D. Morgan, M. McCann, J. Mack, B. Mullins, F. Neuschwander, L. Lee
Row l 1 K. Sem, B. Stokes, J. Streeter, D. Sueverts, S. Sloan, CA. Shurnway, B. Swoger
G. Strand. Row 2: B. Reese, D. Revell, K. Race, G. Rogers, B. Roberts, L. Rohluffs, J
Randle, J. Rupp, P. Reynolds. Row 3: P. Montgomery, J. Peck, B. Petzold, J. Plaisted
C. Panther, J. Poull, C. Pickett, E. Peterson, B. Poage, D. Pedersen. Row 4: D. Ruhl-
man, W. Russell, P. Rosendall, B. Richardson, O. Renzrma, F. Renohan, K. Reiser
J. Roberts, C. Rhodes, L. Roe. Row 5: J. Pengra, F. Patterson, M. Powers, B. Peltola
ff. Dnrior m pnrcnnc Xxf pnrfor fl pnffrr l p9rlclr'lQ l pPl'l4ll"tQ l ROOPFQ.
Row l 1 M. Vaughn, A. Winters, K. Wysong, P. Ware, G. Williamson, A. Wellborn
Row 2: G. Templeton, T. Torricellas, K. Taylor, J. Terry, G, Titcomb, C, Vondcrpol
C. Vogel. Raw 31J. Gaubert, W. Seward, M. Sinaka, P. Shatter, J. Stratton, D, Sieg-
mund, J. Thomas, B. Thomson. Row 4: P. Saballus, B. Sheoler, M. Schwortz, G
Seiple, M. Simmons, L. Sirotek H. Sittner, B. Smith. Row 5: B. Shaw, M. Strinmetz
L. Stoth, B. Tallant, M. Towlerton, C. Van Arnam, G, Vincent, T. Warnock.
Row l: W. Woolley, J. Wildish, C. Vfhite, Y. Youngquist, D. Wood, G. West.
Row 2: S. Wilson, J. White, R, Ziniker, J. Williams, J. Wildish, D. Wical, C. Warren.
Row 3: A. Wilkinson, J. Wylie, J. Walker, D. Walker, B. Walrath, P. Washburn,
C. Welch. Row 4: B. Warren, B. Woolley, D. Zielinsky, E. Weltch, H. Wells, J.
Weinstein, L. Taylor. Row 5: D. Walker, J. Wadman, D. Westbrook, J. Wolfe, J.
Whalley, D. Wilson.
REPRESENTATIVES TO SOPHOMORE COUNCIL
Row l : Bob Glass, Joyce Gustafson, Sonya Cater, Charlene Moore, Annette Nosler,
Vic Fennell. Row 2: Mrs. Wormington, Joan Plaisted, Bob Burgess, Pat Moran,
LoVelle Gregory, Yvonne Youngquist, Dorothy Kopp, Dorothy Lee.
The class ot 'SO has really worked hard to
make their middle year as much fun as pos-
sible. Not as green as last year, but they still
tip-toe around waiting to acquire a locker in
the hall called "Senior Row."
The class has worked out a wonderful ac-
tivity program. With the help of the advisors,
Miss Bessie Kamarad and Mr. Lyle Small, the
class started a brand new plan of organiza-
tion. Class representatives meet and take the
problems to their English Classes.
Donna Wilcox and her committee, Navarre
Davis, Barbara Lengacher, Mike Keating, and
Dee Wilson, presented a "smash hit" assem-
bly, "The Follies of the Fifties"-complete
The Junior-Senior Prom came along, the
date was May 2Oth. The theme, "Carousel,"
was bright and springy. The prom committee
built a miniature merry-go-round with its top
striped red and white in senior colors. The
tiny wooden horses were brightly painted, The
dance was held in the ballroom of the Vet-
eran's Memorial Building and it was really a
President, Roger Nichols, Vice-president, Anita Ham-
ilton, Secretary, Donna Hart, Treasure, Carol May.
The prom committee's chairman was Shir-
ley Yearwood and working with her were' Joan
Gustafson, who took care of the programs,
Paul Barkla, in charge of refreshments, Don
Neeley, entertainment, Billie Harnden, pub-
licity, and Gayle Abbott, decorations.
To pass from pleasure to studies, the re-
quired classes for Juniors are U. S. History,
Junior English, health, and gym. Electives
that juniors liked to tackle come under the
headings of music, art, languages, and com-
mercial courses. We will all remember in
some way or other, Dan Hamlow's driving
classes and that sturdy "Dual-Control" carl
A round-up of the current talent seems like
a good way to herd the class into next year.
Joan Gustafson's brand of comedy was a real
treat, and Don Neeley's songs and Yvonne
Reed's and Larry Moves' music added that
extra something to assemblies. Then, of
course, there was Floyd Wilkes with his "Big
Bass Vial." Special leadership talent belonged
to tlne class officers. They were: Roger Nich-
ols, President, Anita Hamilton, Vice-presi-
dent, Donna Hart, Secretary, and Carol May,
Row I : G. Abbott, J. Anderson, L. Andreason, B. Atkinson, M. Aydelott, L. Blaine
Row 2: D, Drummond, P. Bell, J. Blanton, B. Bundrant, J. Bucknum, K. Brunton, V
Best. Row 3: D. Casey, I. Boughton, J. Chase, M. Chaffee, K. Corley, F. Cox, V
Carpenter, R. Collins. Row 4: R. Alford, T, Archibald, P. Barkla, D. Baker, D. Blink-
horn, B. Burgralf, C. Beairsto, G, Bettis, D. Black. Row S: W, Banton, K. Bowers
D. Bowder, C. Bucklin, B. Bureker, B. Bradford, S. Brown, C. Bernert, R. Bentley
Row lg M. Arndt, R. Darkens, L. Darkins, S. Devine, J. Douglas, M. Dunsrnaor
Row 2: L. Dirimple, L. Davis, D. Hart, B. Darby, Y. DeJardin, S. Elwood, B. Hadsell
Row 3: A, Frieberg, A. Gubrud, J. Gustafson, G. Davis, A. Jones, B. Jensen, L. Finley
J. Fischer. Row 4: T. Cave, R. Campbell, C. Hollis, C. Hodges, N Davis, B. Chittock
B. Conrad, T. Cheney, D. Dennis. Row 5: L. Ellis, F. Endicott, L. Erdman, B. Ford
L. Emrick, T. Emerson, C. Everts, M. Jefteris.
Row l 1 B. Leslie, A. Hamilton, B. Gravos, D. Hubbard, J. Green, A. Betts, G. Grieve
Row 2: V. Gartin, M. Carey, C. Hunsaker, L. Hiebert, B. Hunter, C. Heagy, S. Groth
S, Foster. Row 3: A. Hodgin, T. Hayes, G. Haines, P. Farmer, M. Hardcastle, P
Ferguson, B. Gifford. Row 4: D. liams, H. Jack, R. Gant, D. Gibson, E. Hein, M
Henry, R. Fuller, L. Hewitt. Row 5: W. Knudson, W. Hebert, D. Hedges, R. Ingram
D. Johnson, D. Herendeen, B. Fisher.
Row ILA. Huffman, S. Griffin, D. Jongeward, S. Hayden, B. Hamilton, J. Johnson,
H. Johnson. Row 2: L. Nicolai, l. McNeill, P. Miller, R. Otto, S. George, N. Otto,
J. Lundy, J. Mclntosh. Row 3: D. LaBare, L. Moves, L. Lamont, R. Kays, K. Jorgensen
K. Horner, G. Fogelstrom. Row 4: D. Jeske, C. Johnson, D. Gonoe, D. Ordway, R.
Mclntosh, D. Fields, J. Findlay, B. Fleener. Row 5: R. Kennedy, R. Nichols, C. Lucas,
G. Lewis, D. Kloak, D. Lowe, J. Lyons, D. McNeill, E. Nitschke.
Row l 1 J. Nee, D. Milloy, B. McFadden, D. Nazer, N. Millard, A. Lewis, F. Klitzke.
Row 2: M. Olson, D. Keyes, M. McKy, B. Lengacher, C. May, J. Martin, M. Olson
G. Knutson. Row 3: l. Martin, J. McNamara, B. Lutz, B, Meyer, V. Kelm, M.
Maughn, M. Nelson. Row 4: B. Masson, L. Lodge, D. Keating, A. Karr, W. Moell
R. Mollier, M. Kraal, K. Oney. Row 5: D. Mclntyre, D. Neely, D. Loucks, R. Nasholm
A. Lemons, B. Mathieson, B. McCarty, D. Nasholm, J. McCracken.
.Row lf M. Maxon, B. Harnden, B. Kellogg, J. Oglesby, J. Newton, S. Simon, J
Spencer. Row 2: M. Reece, B. Wells, M. Sheary, M. Pattison, J. Pettit, Y. Reed, D
Swaggort, G. Strand. Raw 3: F. Partis, J. Spicer, D. Renshaw, K, Sealy, J. Stelting
A. Richards, A. Riggs. Row -lz K. Schaefer, J. Sittner, B. Pendleton, B. Rones, H
Swenson, D. Starbird, B. Rankin, B. Preston. Row 5: J. Proctor, E. Schiewe, E
Simmons, W. Stonsbury, R. Pedersen, M. Rear, D. Paulus, C. Parks, V, Peterson.
Row I: E. Patterson, L. Swanson, R. Stuber, B. Wikaff, C. Roth, R. Whipps.
Row 2: J. Taylor, C. Seymour, S. Schmidt, C. Tribe, D. Peterson, J. Peterson, D.
Smith. Row 3: B. Singleton, C. Wourns, J. Webb, J. Pallett, B. Perkey, J. Southward.
Row 4: H. Russell, J. Tltcomb, V. Pifer, N. Rounds, T. VanTasseI, D. Wilson, B.
Wilson. Row 5: B. Terpening, D. Ordway, C. Stover, D, Vincent, D. Suegmund, F.
Stokes, D. Thompson, K. Reisback.
Row lt S. Yearwood, P. Tomlin, B. Schurrnan, D. Young, C. Skagen, P. Westfall.
Row 2: D. Watson, B. Washburn, D. Smeed, E. Schiewe, S. Roberts, B. Wilson, C.
Vaughn. Row 3: L. Sands, D. Wellman, D. Sm'th, H. Royer, S. Thompson, Y. Stoner.
Raw 4: L. Petzold, J. Thornton, D. Turk, G. Ross, V. Smith, B. Sumstine. Row S: C.
Templeton, D. Weakley, J. White, A, Yoho, L. White, R. Wilkinson, F. Wilkes.
REPRESENTATIVES TO JUNIOR COUNCIL
Row l 1 Pat Tomlin, Donna Jongeward, Roma Otto, Mar Ell K
Lowe, Bob Ron C ' ' '
y en roal. Row 21 Dave
es, rang Beairsto, Navarre Davis.
Senior Class ' M
Seniors . . . seniors . . . many days the
senior editor has wished there were no such
creatures. No one could guess how many
excuses they can think up for not having
their pictures taken at the right time at the
right place. But at last every picture has
been taken and mounted! With a whirlwind
of pink and blue activity slips,
section finally developed. Here .
As sophomores, ramping through classes
and activities, the '49ers showed amazing
it is' lt's
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ability and adaptability in adjusting to high
In the junior year, the seniors of '48 were in
grave danger of being outshone by the pre-
But the full glory of seniorhood was ours
this year. We have left our marks--not only
on the history of the school, but on its walls,
desks, and lockers.
Now turn this page and you will see the
shining glory l?ll of Eugene High School,
the class of '49,
President - - - HOWARD MYERS
Vice-President V - DUANE POPLIN
Secretary - - - JO ANNE DAVIS
Treasurer - - - BEVERLY MOOR
BACON, GLEN IRWIN-Science
Club I, 35 Axemen's Council Rep.
I, 35 "B" Football.
BAILEY, ARDITH MARIE-Debate 2,
35 Girls' League Usherette 25 Girls'
League Dept, Chr. 35 Pep Club 35
Spanish Club I, 2, 3, Pres. 25 Com-
mencement Committee 25 National
Honor Society 3, Initiation Com'
BAKER, BYRON GALE-Sophomore
Dance Committee I5 Student Coun-
cil I5 Axemen's Council Rep. 25 Jr.
Sr. Prom Committee 25 Basketball
I, 2, 35 Hi-Y 35 Vice Pres. 3.
BAKER, LOUISE ANNE--Paletteers
35 Pep Club 3.
BAKER, MARY ALICE-Sophomore
Dance Committee I5 Tri-Y I, 25
Vice Pres. 25 A Cappella 2, 35
French Club 2, 3, Treasurer 35 Pep
Club 35 Girls' League Dept, Chr. 35
Commercial Club 35 Service Slub 25
Debate 2, 35 Jr. Commencement
Committee 25 National Honor Soci-
ety 35 Sports Kats 3.
BARNES, JAMES EDWIN-Baseball
I, 2, 3, Captain 35 Basketball I, 25
E Club I, 2, 35 Hi-Y 35 N. A. S. S.
BARNUM, DENNIS W.+F00tball I,
2, 35 N. A. S. S. 25 Axemen's
BARRELL, BILL DONALD-
BEACON, CAREY BARBARA-
A Cappella 35Troubaclours 2, 35
Pep Club 35 Handbook Stott 35
French Club 35 Latin Club 35 PTA
Dance Committee 35 Teachers'
Teas Chr. 25 Girls' League Cabinet
25 Commencement Committee 35
EHS News Staff 35 Clean-Up As-
sembly Committee 3,
BECKETT, NATALIE-Pep Club Z, 35
G. A. A. I5 A Cappella 2, 35 Span-
ish Club I, 2, 35 Vice-Pres. 35
Tri-Y I, 25 Girls' League Rep. 3.
BEESON, HERBERT H.-Boys' Glee 3.
BELL, LAWRENCE A.-Poletteers I,
2, 35 Vice-Pres. I, Sgt. at Arms 35
Football I, 2, 35 N. A. S. S. I, 2, 35
Debate 2, 35 Sophomore Dance
Committee I5 E Club 3.
ADAMS, MARGARET ARLIENE--
Ambassadors I, 2, Treasurer 25
Girls League Usherette 25 Com-
mencement Usherette 2.
ALFORD, VERNICE ELLEN-French
Club I, 25 Paleteers 2, 3.
ANTONE, NICHOLAS D.-Science
Club I, 25 Service Club 35 Noon
Entertainment Committee I, 2.
ANDERSON, MIRIAM JOYCE-Pep
Club 35 Thespians 35 G. A. A. 2.
ASH, ANTHON Y L.-Axemen's
Council Rep. I, 35 Thespians 35
Three-Act Play 3.
ATKINSON, THOMAS R.-Spanish
Club I, 2, 35 Rifle Club 35 Student
Council 35 Football I.
ATWELL, NORMA JUNE-A Cop-
BABB, ALAN DALE-Student Coun-
cil 25 Axemen's Council Rep. 35
Rifle Club 3.
BERTELSEN, JOYCE ELAINE-Pep
Club I, 2, 35 Poletteers 25 Girls'
Glee I, 25 Class Day Usherette 25
Library Training 3.
BEVANS, BILL LYNN-Football l,
2, 35 Baseball I.
BIRD, JAMES S.-
BISSELL, GILBERT-Ski Team 2, 35
Pack Rats I, 2, 3.
BLAKLEY, PHYLLI5 CORAL--- Am-
bassadors I, 25 Service Club 2, 3.
BLETH, JOANN CAMILLE-French
Club I, 2, 35 Paletteers 25 Class
Day Chairman 25 Girls' League
Usherette 25 Pep Club 2, 3, Secre-
tary 35 Girls' Glee I.
BOEHNKE, GEORGE T.-Football 2,
35 E Club 2, 35 Axemen's Council
Rep. I, 35 Hi-Y 2, 35 Rifle Club I,
2, 3, Pres.5 N. A. S. S. 2, 3.
BOMARK, DELORES JEAN-Ambos-
sadors 35 Commercial Club 3.
BOND, MARILYN JOANNE-Band
l, 2, 35 Girls' League Rep. I5 Girls'
League Usherette 25 Chr. of Girls'
League Flowers 35 Office Staff 35
Jr. Symphony 35 Girls' Glee I.
BOOTH, ROBERT F.-Spanish Club
I5 Axemen's Council 35 Student
Council 35 Noon Entertainment
BOYD, JEANNINE LINN-Ambassa-
dors I, 25 Service Club 2, 35 Science
Club I5 Girls' Glee 3.
BRAY, RICHARD A.-Student Coun-
cil I, 35 Jr. Class Vice-Pres. 25
French Club 25 Eugenean Staff 35
Activities Committee 2, 35 Na-
tional Honor Society 35 Commence-
ment Committee 3.
BRIX - KJELGAARD, METTE-P e p
Club 35 Beaux Art's Ball Court 3.
BROWN, BERKELEY J.-Sophomore
Dance Committee I5 Band I.
BROWN, HERBERT P.-Eugenean
Photographer 35 Football 25 Sci-
ence Club 35 Photography Club,
Pres. 35 Intramural Basketball 2.
BROYLES, ORVILLE N.-
BURGE, RONALD D.-Student Body
Auditor 35 Student Council 35 Na-
tional Honor Society 3.
BURNS, DALE F.-E Club 2, 35 Foot-
ball I, 25 Soph. Dance Comm. I5
Golf 2, 35 Boys' Glee 2, 35 Axe-
men's Council I.
BURRELL, MARY ELLEN-National
Honor Society 2, 3, Initiation Com-
mittee 35 Girls' League Dept. Chr.
35 Handbook Staff 2, 3, Editor5
35 Latin Club 2, 35 G.A.A. I5 Tri-Y
25 Debate 2, 35 EHS News 35 Pep
Club 35 PTA Dance Comm. I, 2, 35
Commencement Comm. 35 Girls'
Sports Club 3.
BUSHNELL, KATHLEEN LOUISE-
Library Staff 35 Commercial Club,
Vice-Pres. 35 Office Staff 3.
CALHOON, EMMA LOU-Band I, 25
Girls Glee 2, 3.
CLARK, DELORES MARLENE-Girls'
League Rep. I, 2, 35 Jr. Class
Treasurer 25 A Cappella 25 G.A.A.
l, 25 Paleteers l-, 2, 35 Pep Club
2, 35 Science Club lg Princess
Beaux Arts I5 Rally Squad 35 Com-
mercial Club 3.
CLOUGH, FORREST WILLIAM-
Foatball 2, 35 N.A.S,S. 2, 35 Pale-
teers l5 E Club 3.
COCHRANE, MARY ELLEN-Student
Council 35 Eugenean 2, 3, Editor 35
Latin Club 2, 35 National Honor
Society 2, 3, lnutiatian Comm, 35
Pep Club 35 P.T.A. Dance Comm.
I5 Sophomore Assembly Committee
l5 Varsity Debate 25 Girls' League
Usherette 25 Commercial Club 35
Student Body Cabinet 3.
COLERICK, BARBARA LEE-Spanish
Club l5 Paleteers l, 25 Girls' Glee
2, 35 Girls' League Usherette 25
Commencement Usherette 2.
COLLARD, JOHN B.-Yell Leader 2,
35 Thespions l, 2, 35 EHS News,
Assoc. Editor 35 Spanish Club 25
Axemen's Council 35 Three-Act
Play 2, 3,
CONE, MARJORIE JEAN-G.A.A. 35
Girls' Glee 3.
COOK, RALPH R.-Science Club, ra-
COX, BARBARA ANN-Paleteers 2,
3, G.A,A. l5 Pep Club 2, 35 Com-
mercial Club 35 Soph. Dance Comm.
lg Commencement Usherette 25
Safety Council 3.
CRAKES, JEAN MARIE-Annual
Staff 2, 35 Student Council 35
Girls' League Rep. l, 25 Cabinet 2,
Usherette 2, Secretary 35 Paleteers
35 Commencement Committee Chr.
25 Thespians 2, 35 Three-Act Play
35 Debate 2, 35 Nat. Honor So-
ciety 2, 35 Chr, Queen at Hearts
Drive I5 Sophomore Dance Com-
mittee l5 Jr. Sr. Prom Committee
Chr. 2, Pep Club 2, 3.
CROSS, ALLEN LEROY-Golf Team
l, 2, 3.
CROW, WILLIAM B. -Axemen's
Council 35 Eugeneon 3.
from University High School.
CARLSON, BURT-Axemen's Council
Pres. 35 Sophomore Class Pres. l5
Football l, 2, 35 Hi-Y 2, 35 E Club
35 National Honor Society 2, 35
N.A.S,S. 2, 35 PTA Dance Commit-
tee l, 25 Student Council l, 2, 35
Eugeneon Staff 35 Basketball l.
CARROLL, MYRNA LEE-Soph.
Dance Comm. l5 Girls' League Re-
corder 25 A Cappella l, 2, 35 Jr.
Sr. Prom Chr. 2, Paleteers l, 2, 3,
Vice-Pres. 35 Beaux Arts Ball
Chairman 35 Court 35 EHS News
Staff 35 Soph. Assembly Comm. I5
Twirp Week co-chr. 35 Pep Club 3.
CARTER, JOYCE ELLEN-G.A.A. l,
2, 35 Girls' League Rep. 25 Library
CASH, EUGENE-Student Council 25
Axemen's Council Rep. l5 A Cop-
pella l, Basketball l, 2, 35 E Club
2, 35 N.A,S.S. 2.
CAVE, JEAN-Paleteers 2, 35 Student
Council 25 EHS News 35 Print and
Cord Week Committee5 Girls' Glee.
CHASE, NORMAN K.-Paleteers 2,
35 Spanish Club l, 2, 3.
CHASE, WILLIAM BRUCE-Student
Council l5 Soph. Vice-Pres. l5 Bas-
ketball 2, 35 Galt Team l, 2, 35
Skiing Team l, 2, 35 Pack Rats l,
2, 35 Hi-Y 2, 35 Track 25 Pale-
CLACK, LA VONNE JOAN+A Cop-
pello l, 25 Spanish Club l, 25
Girls' League Rep. l, 35 Photog-
raphy Club l5 Pep Club 2. 35 Chr.
Print and C0rd Week 3.
CRUZEN, BEVERLY MAE-Ceemoh
Club 35 Commercial Club 35 Girls'
League Tea Committee 3.
DAGMAN, SALLY-Band l, 2, 35
Jr. Symphony l, 2, 35 Commercial
DARBY, RICHARD L.
DAVIS, DORIS ELAINEvqPaleteers l,
Z, 35 Pep Club 2, 35 G.A.A. I5
Commencement Usherette 25 Tri-Y
l, Girls' League Rep. lg Sopho-
more Dance Committee,
DAVIS, JO ANNE LEE-Soph. Class
Treasurer lg Pep Club l, Z, 35
Spanish Club 2, 35 Troubadours 35
A Cappella 3, Student Council Rep.
35 Girls' League Dept. Chr. 25 Sen-
ior Class Sec. 35 Jr. Sr. Prom Com-
mittee 25 Eugenean Staff 35 Hond-
book Comm. 35 National Honor So-
ciety 35 Soph Dance Comm.5 Beaux
Arts Ball Court 3.
DAVIS. RICHARD L.
DETMERING, DON C.-Football l, 2.
DICKEY, BURDELI. R.-Baseball I5
Radio Club, Pres. 2.
DITLEFSEN, HAROLD lNEBERTl
DODGE, BERNICE IRENE-Eugenean
2, 3, Bookkeeper 35 National Honor
Society 2, 3, lnit. Committee 35
Commercial Club 2, 35 Tri-Y 25
Pep Club 2, 35 Chr. Football Ban-
quet 35 Student Body Treasurer 35
Assoc. Editor of Handbook 2.
DONNOR, PAUL L.--Science Club l,
2, 35 Radio Division Chairman 2, 3.
DUKES, EARL KANA-FFA l5 Band
35 Ambassadors 3.
EADE, ROBERT ALLEN-Hi-Y 2, 3,
Sec. 35 Axemen's Council l, 35
Axemen's Cabinet 35 Student
Council l5 Golf 2, 35 Football I, 25
Boys' Glee 35 EHS News 3.
EARLY, GENE-Student Council 2,
Axemen's Council 35 Hi-Y 2, 35
Poleteers 25 Soph. Dance Comm. I5
Basketball I5 Prom Comm. l5 Na-
tional Honor Society 35 Hi-Y Pres.
Club 35 Nat. Honor Society 35 Girls'
League Treas. 35 Pep Club 35
G.A.A. l, 2, 3, Sports Manager
EGGIMAN, BETTE JEAN-Paletteers
2, 35 A Cappella 35 Girls' League
Assembly Comm. 25 Spanish Club l.
EVANS, JANIS MARIE - Girls'
League Tea Committee Chr. 25 A
Cappella l, 2, 35 Latin Club 35
Pep Club l, 2, 35 Troubadours I
3, Pres. 35 Jr. Sr. Prom Comm.
Basketball Banquet Chairman 2.
EYRES, DAVID L.-Student Council
25 Chess Club 35 Science Club 3.
FALKENSTEIN, HENRY J.
FARBER, MILTON L.--A Cappella 35
Boys' Glee 25 Science Library 2, 3.
FEG LES, JAMES E.-Ba nd.
GODDARD, DOLORES CARMEN-
Nat. Honor Society 35 Pep Club l,
2, 3, Vice-Pres. 2, lnit. Comm. Chr.
2, Pres. 35 Soph. Class Sec. I5 Soph.
Dance Comm. l5 Student Council
l5 Thespians l, 2, 3, Vice-Pres. 25
Three-Act Play 35 Activities Comm.
2, 35 Girls' League Council 35 EHS
News 35 Debate 25 Twirp Week
Chr. 25 Commencement Comm. 35
GRAGG, MARGARET LOUISE-Girls'
GRIDER, JIM+Entered from San Die-
go High School5 Thespians 3.
GRIFFITH, REX-Student Council l,
35 Pres. Jr. Class 25 Football Mon-
GUILEY, CLARA ELLEN-French
Club 2, 35 Treasurer 35 A Cappella
2, 35 Troubodours 35 Assembly
GUNTLY, PATRICIA LOU-Paleb
teers 2, 35 Spanish Club l5 Com-
mencement Usherette 2.
GUSTAFSON, DELORES N.-Girls'
League Rep. l5 G.A.A. l, 2, 3,
Custodian 35 Spanish' Club I, 2, 3,
Pres. 35 Senior Luncheon Commit-
tee 25 Pep Club 2, 3.
HALDORSON, MERLIN A.-FFA l,
2, 3, Reporter 2, Sec. 3, Livestock
Judging Team, 2, 35 Student Coun-
HALL, ROSEMARY JOY-Girls' Glee
l, 35 Girls' League Gold Pin Win-
ner 35 Office Staff 3.
HALL, WILLIAM A.-National Hon-
or Society 2, 35 E Club l, 2, 3,
Pres. 35 Baseball l, 2, 35 Assem-
bly Comm. 35 Axemen's Coun-
cil 2, 3.
HAMILTON, BONNIE LEE-Palet-
teers I5 Ambassadors 35 Latin Club
HAMMERQUIST, VERA JEANNE-
Spanish Club 2, 35 Girls' Glee 25
Candy Sales 3.
FREE, ELIZABETH ELLEN-Entered
from Monroe High School.
FROST, LORRAINE CLAIRE-Com-
mercial Club 2, 35 Service Club l5
Office Staff 3.
FULTON, BARBARA-Student Coun-
cil 25 A Cappella l, 2, 35 Commer-
cial Club 3, Sec. 35 Nat. Honor So-
ciety 2, 3, Init. Com .35 Pep Club
l, 2, 35 Rally Squad 35 Troubo-
dours 2, 3.
GANO, JOYCE ANITA-Library
GENTLE, ANNE LOUISE--Student
Council l5 Girls' League Usherette
25 Recreation Council 25 Com-
mencement Committee 25 Pep Club
35 National Honor Society 35 Girls'
League Cabinet 35 Ceemah Club 3.
GILL, WILLIAM-Pack Rats, Ski Pa-
trol, EHS Ski Club.
GINDT, MARY LOU-Spanish Club
l, 2'5 Commercial Club 3.
GINGERY, ELEANOR SCI'IAAF-
Service Club l5 Girls' League Gold
Pin Winner 3.
HANNAFORD, MARISE FRANCIS-
Ceemoh Club 2, 3, Pres. 3, Girls'
Sports Club 3, Paletteers 3, Ski
HARPSTER, ETHEL LOUISE
HARRINGTON, JOHN W.-Hi-Y 2,
3, Chaplain 3, E Club, Sec. 3, Band
l, Track Manager 2, Axemen's
Council lj Clean-Up Comm. l.
HARRISON, ROBERT EUGENE-Axe-
men's Coun. Rep. 3, Student Coun.
Rep. 3, Pack Rats 3, Hi-Y Inter-
Club Council Pres. 3, l-li-Y 2, 3.
HAYES, DARLEEN BROOK-Girls'
League Dept. Chr. 3, Girls' League
Rep. 3, Commercial Club 3, EHS
News l, 3, Paletteers 3, Pep Club
3, Student Council Rep. 3, Queen
of Twirp Week 3.
HAYNES, ROBERT F.-A Cappella l,
Axemen's Cabinet 3, N.A.S.S. 2,
National Honor Society 3, lnitia-
tion Committee 3, Football l, 2,
Basketball l, Jr. Sr. Prom Comm.
2, l-li-Y 2, Commencement Comm.
3, Soph, Dance Comm. l.
HEAGY, GORDON S.
HEBERT, DARRELL MATTESON-
Pack Rats l, Axemen's Coun. l,
Basketball l, 2, Baseball l, 2, 3,
E Club 2, 3.
HEISLER, AGNES IMOGENE--Candy
HENDERSON, OTTO D.-Rifle Club
l, 2, 3, Student Council l, 3.
HENDRICKS, ARLENE JOYCE-Stu-
dent Coun. 3, Girls' League Rep. l,
Usherette 2, Department Chr. 2,
President 3, Latin Club 2, 3, Pep
Club l, 2, 3, Thespians 2, 3,
Three-Act Play 3, Soph. Assembly
Comm. l, Girls' League State Day
Delegate 2, Axehandle 2, National
Honor Society 2, 3.
HERIDER, PATRICIA- Ambassadors
HINKSON, PATRICIA ANN-Girls'
League Rep. l, G.A.A. l, 2, 3, Sec.
3, Sports Manager 3, Pep Club 35
Commercial Club 3.
HISE, MAURICE L.
HOEY, WILLIAM W.-Hi-Y l, 2, 3,
Spanish Club l, Student Council l,
2, Axemen's Council l, 2, Soph.
Nominating Comm. l, News Staff
2, 3, Football l, 2, 3, Varsity De-
bate 2, 3, Paletteers 2, 3, Treas.
3, Beaux Arts Ball Comm. 3, Rep.
to PSS Press Conference 2, Jr. As-
sembly Comm. 2, Soph. Assembly
HOLMES, JOYCE MAY-Spanish
Club 2, 3, Girls Glee l, 3, A Cap-
pella 2, Band 2, 3, Ambassadors 3.
HOLT, JEWEL ELLEN-Girls' Glee 3.
HORN, JEANNE SCHULTZ-Ambas-
sadors l, 2, 3, Library Training 3,
Girls' Glee 3.
HOWARD, SUSAN DIANE-Paleh
teers, Treas. 2, Latin Club 3, Pep
Club 3, Girls' League Cabinet 3,
Girls' League Usherette 2.
HU DSPETH, BOB
HUGHITT, ROBERT ALLEN-Base-
ball l, 2, 3, Football 2, N.A.S.S.
2, Ambassadors 3.
JOHNSON, KEITH CHARLES-Boys'
Glee 35 A Cappella 2, 3.
JOHNSON, WAYNE L.-Axemen's
Council Rep. 35 Basketball I, 2, 35
E Club 2, 35 Football I, 2, 35
N.A.S.S. I, 2, 35 Track I, 2, 3.
JOHNSTON, HARRIET HELEN-
Girls' Glee I5 Orchestra I, 2, 35
Jr. Symphony I, 25 Ambassadors I.
JONES, PHYLLIS ARLENE-G.A.A.
I5 Paletteers I, 2, 35 Pep Club 2,
35 Spanish Club I, 25 Rally Squad
35 Commercial Club 35 Commence-
ment Comm. 2, Girls' League
Usherette 25 Office Training 3.
JONES, MARILYNN JOYCE
JONES, SYLVIA ANN-Paletteers I,
2, 3, Pres. 35 Girls' League Rep.
I, 25 Axe Handle 35 Girls' League
Assembly Chr. 25 Soph. Dance
KARLAS, ARDYCE LA VONNE-
Service Club I5 Latin Club 25 Soph.
Assembly I5 Girls League Gold Pin
Winner 2, 3.
KEEFE, EVELYN JOY-G.A.A. I, 2,
35 Debate 2, 35 Ambassadors 2, 35
lnter Nos 35 Ambassadors' Council
Rep. 35 Girls' League Rep. 3.
KENDALL, SHIRLEY-Chess Club I5
Girls' League Rep. I, 25 Spanish
Club 2, 3, Sec.-Treas. 35 Pep Club
2, 35 Eugenean 3.
KIPHART, JANICE ANN-Girls' Glee
35 Pep Club 35 G.A.A. 2, 3.
KOMMER, JOHN-F.F.A, I, 2, 35
Livestock Judging Team 3, Sen-
HUGUS, ELSIE LAVERNE--Ambasso-
dors I, 2, 3, Vice-Pres. 25 Pep Club
35 G.A.A. 2, 3, Sports Manager 35
Girls' League Dept. Chr. 2.
HULING, RAMONA'JOY-G.A.A. 2.
HUNTER, WILLIAM G.
JACKSON, WILLIAM E.-Boys' Glee
JACOBS, MILAN-Axemen's Council
Rep. 35 Rifle Club 3.
JARVIS, MARGARET PATRICIA-
Paleteers I5 A Cappella I, 25 Span-
ish Club I5 Thespians 35 Rally
Squad 3 Commencement Usherette
25 Girls' League Assembly 2.
JOELSON, LEON M.-A Cappella 25
Band I, 2, 35 Chess Club 3.
JOHNSON, JURENE - Commercial
KOOKEN, JOEL-Football 2, 35 Base-
ball 2, 35 E Club 2, 3, Vice-Pres. 3.
KOTLAREK, GEORGE-Football 35
Track 2, 35 Tennis 35 A Cappella
l, 25 Boys' Glee 3.
KOK, ALVIN JACK-EHS News 35
Photography Club 3.
KRAGH, BEVERLY JOYCE-Jr. Sr.
Prom. Comm. 25 Student Council 25
EHS News 35 G.A.A. l, 25 Palet-
teers l, 2, 35 Pep Club 2, 35 Span-
ish Club l5 Paletteers Initiation
Comm. 35 Beaux Arts Comm. 35
Twirp Week Comm. 35 Soph. Dance
Comm. l5 Girls' League Usherette
25 Tri-Y l, Commencement Comm.
LAMB, JAMES WARREN-Rifle Club
25 Axemen's Council Rep. l.
LATHAM, GLENN-Golf 2, 3.
LEONARD, CAROLYNN MAY-Trb
Y l, 25 Sports Club 35 Service Club
l, 2, Pres. 25 French Club l, 2, 3,
Sec. 35 Pep Club 35 Science Club
l5 A Cappella 2, 3.
LEWIS, .IACQUELINE-Pep Club l,
2, 35 Rally Squad 35 G.A.A. l5
Sports Club 35 Beaux Arts Princess
25 Jr. Class Sec. 2.
LIGHT, D'MARlS ANN-Girls' Glee
l, 25 Library Training 3
LIVINGSTON, ELIZABETH WORDEN
LOCKYEAR, WILLIAM L.-Axe-
men's Cabinet 35 Student Council
2, 35 Jr, Assembly Committee.
LOE, ANITA JUNE-A Cappella l, 2,
35 Library 35 Debate 3.
Los, svsum Jovce-A Cappella 1,
LOGE, GERALD DEAN-Student
Council I5 Axemen's Council Rep.
l5 Boys' Glee l, 25 A Cappella 3.
LORETZ, BEVERLY-Paletteers 35
Girls' League Assembly 25 Beaux
Arts Ball Committee 3.
LUSK, JEANNE-G.A.A. 25 A Cap-
pella 35 Girls' Glee l, 2.
McALLISTER, ROBERT LEWIS
MCCLANAHAN, ALDA ROSE-Am-
bassadors 2, 3.
McCLEARY, MARJORIE JEAN-En-
tered from Ashland High School5
EHS News Staff 3.
MCELRAVY, DONNA JEAN--Entered
from Monmouth High School.
MEADOWS, MAYNARD-Rifle Club
2, Pack Rats 2, 3.
MEANS, IMOGENE-Spanish Club I,
Beaux Arts Princess I, A Cappella
2, 3, Pep Club 2, French Club 3.
MESMAN, DONALD - Ambassadors
I, 2, International Relations
MICHAELSON, JANIS LEE-Orchey
tra 3, Jr. Symphony 2, 3.
MILLER, EUNICE JEAN-Jr. Assem-
bly Comm. 2, Pep Club 2, 3, Trou-
badours I, Z, 3, Pres. 2, A Cap-
pella I, 2, 3, Beaux Arts Princess
2, National Honor Society 2, 3,
Rally Squad 3, Girls' League Social
Chr. 2, Girls' League Service Dept.
I, Commercial Club 3.
MILLER, PATRICIA JEAN-G.A.A.
I, Soph. Dance Comm. I, Com-
mercial Club 3,
MILLER, VENITA FEEMSTER-Em
tered from Augusta, Kansas, Com-
mercial Club 3.
MOLLIER, LEO A.
MOLTZAU, BARBARA ANN-Girls'
Glee 2, Library Training 3.
MOOR, BEVERLY JANE - Eugenean
3, Pep Club 2, 3, Thespians 2, 3,
Latin Club 3, Senior Class Treas.
3, Girls' League Usherette 2, Soph.
Dance Comm. I.
MOORE, DELORES-EHS News 3,
Spanish Club 3, Ambassadors 2,
Service Club 3, International Rela-
tions League 2, 3.
MORGAN, BOYD-Baseball I, 2, 3,
McFADDEN, JAMES--Student Coun-
cil I, Livestock Judging Team 2, 3,
FFA I, 2, 3, Basketball I, 2, 3,
State Exhibit and P.I.L.E. Fairs 2,
McGEE, JEAN ANN-Pep Club 3.
McHENRY, WILLIAM AC.-Axemen's
Council Rep. 3, Football 2, 3, E
Club 3, FFA I, 2, 3.
McKINNEY, ROBERT J.-Axemen's
3, Hi-Y Secretary 3, National Ho-
nor Society 3.
McNET'T, CHARLES FREDERICK-
Boys' Glee 3, Axemen's Council
MADIGAN, JACQUELINE ANNE-A
Cappella I, 2, 3, Troubadours,
Sec.-Treas. 3, Student Council I,
Latin Club 2, 3, Pres. 3, Pep Club
MASER, ESTHER-Band I, 2.
MARKS, KENNETH-Football I, 2,
Troubadours I, 2, A Cappella I,
MORGAN, NAOMI EVELYN-Service
Club I, 2, 3 Sec. 2 3' Ceemoh
Club 2, Science Club I' Ambassa
dors I, 2, Thespians 3' Girls
League Cabinet 3.
MORRIS, DEAN-Axemen's Council
Rep. I, Ski Club 3' Student Coun
MURRAY, RONALD K.-E Club I
2, 3, Football I 2 3' Basketba
I, 2, 3, Track 2, 3, A Cappella I
2, 3, Soph. Dance Committee I
Soph Assembly I, Jr. Prom 2
MYERS, BETTIE-Ambassadors I 2
3, Ambassadors Council I, 2, 3,
Ambassadors Jr. Sr. Banquet
Comm. I, 2, 3, A Cappella 2, 3.
MYERS, HOWARD L.-Sr. Class
Pres. 3, Jr. Prom Comm. 2, Hi-Y
Chaplain 3, Student Council I,
Axemen's Council Rep. 3, Eugene-
an 3, Debate 2, 3, Soph. Dance
Comm. I, Commencement Comm.
3, Axe Handle Comm. 3.
NELL, JAMES A.
NELSON, ARVILLA LOU-Commer-
cial Club 3, Ambassadors 3.
NELSON, BARBARA JEAN-Palet-
NELSON, ELNORA- Commercial
NEWMAN, PHILIP R.-National
Honor Society 2, 3, Initiation
Comm. 3, Student Manager 3, Jr.
Assembly Comm. Chr. Z, Rifle Club
I, 2, 3, Sec. 2, Thespians 2, 3,
Assembly Comm. 3, Debate 2, 3,
Assistant Baseball Manager 2, Eu-
NEWTON, LAURA LEE-Girls'
League Cabinet 2, Pep Club 3,
Spanish Club 2, 3, Thespians 3,
Girls' State Rep. 2.
NIELSEN, PHYLLIS ELAINE-Girls'
League Cabinet 2, Ambassadors I,
Girls' League Council I.
NIXON, LA WANDA MARIE-
G.A.A. I, 2, 3.
NUTTMAN, MAXINE MARlE-Na-
tional Honor Society 2, 3, Pep Club
3, Commercial Club 3, Latin Club
Secretary 3, Student Council 3,
Eugenean 3, Orchestra I, 2, Junior
Symphony I, 2, 3, Girls' League
Rep. I, 2, Handbook Associate
Editor 2, 3.
O'CONNOR, NANCY LENORE-Inter
Nos 2, 3, G.A,A. 2, 3, A Cappella
2, 3, Debate 2, 3, Safety Council
3, Vice-Pres. 3, Service Club 3,
French Club 3, Science Club 3, Jr.
Assembly Comm., Chess Club 3,
National Honor Society 3.
OLINGHOUSE, ELTON GEORGE-
Football I, 2, Boys' Glee 3.
OLSON, ELAINE MARIE-Girls' Glee
I, A Cappella 2, 3, French Club 3,
Science Club 3.
OLSON, MARJORIE HELEN-G.A.A.
I, 2, 3, Vice-Pres. 2, Pres. 3, Pep
Club 3, Spanish Club 2, 3, Girls'
Glee I, Girls' League Cabinet.
PADEN, CLIFFORD N.--Orchestra,
PAKULAK, CAROLYN ANN-Girls'
Glee I, 2.
PRIMROSE, DICK--Football l, 2, 3,
Captain 3, E Club 2, 3, Axemen's
Council Rep. 3.
PRIMROSE, JAMES-Football 2, 3,
Soph. Class Assembly l.
PYNES, PHILIP R.-Student Council
l, 2, 3, Rifle Club 2, 3, Vice-
Pres. 3, Baseball l, 3, Basketball
l, Intramural Basketball l, 2, 3.
RADCLIFF, MONA DAWN-A Cap-
pella 3, G.A,A. l, 2, Library 3.
RANDLE, LOIS JOY-Tri-Y l, 2,
Paletteers I, 2, 3, Pep Club 3,
G.A.A. l, 2, Spanish Club l, 2,
Girls' Sports Club 3, Commercial
RASOR, ROBERT D.
RATHBUN, UNA DELL-Girls' Glee
l, 2, 3, Science Library 2, G.A.A.
l, Science Club l.
REDMOND, RONALD P.-Band l,
2, 3, Chess Club 3.
REESE, MARION LOUISE
REGAN, DONALD M.-Boys' Glee 2,
3, Rifle Club 3, Track 2, Axe-
mens Council Rep. 3.
REXIUS, RAYMOND L.-Band l, 2,
3, A Cappella 2, Ambassadors 2, 3.
REYNOLDS, JUDITH ANNE-Soph.
Dance 'Camm., Paletteers, Pep
Club, Jr. Assembly Comm.
PARSONS, JOHN W.-Football I, 2,
3, Basketball 2, 3, Track 2, 3,
Capt. of Track Team 3, Student
Council Rep. l, 2, Axernen's Coun-
cil Rep. 2, E Club 2, 3.
PEARSON, JAMES-EHS News Editor
3, associate editor 2, Hi-Y 2, 3,
Tennis 2, 3, Captain 3, Rifle Club
2, Axemen's Council Rep. l, A
Cappella l, 2, 3, Debate 2, 3,
Student Council Rep. 3.
PEOPLES, RUTH MADELLE-Girls'
League Dept, Chr. 3, Pep Club 3,
G.A.A. l, 2, 3, Spanish Club l,
Commercial Club 3, Science Club l.
Training 3, Inter Class Debate 2,
3, Gold Pin Winner 3.
PETERSEN, VERN H.
POPLIN, ROY DUANE-Student
Council Rep. 2, Sr. Class Vice-
Pres. 3, A Cappella I, 2, 3, Am-
bassadors l, 2, 3, Pres. 2, Base-
ball l, Football 2, National Honor
Society 3, N.A.S.S. 2, 3, Trouba-
dours l, 2, 3, Vice-Pres.
POPLIN, VIRGINIA-A Cappella l,
2, 3, Ambassadors l, 2, 3.
POWELL, RICHARD C.
PRIEBE, WANDA M.
REYNOLDS, WILLIAM F.-Axemen's
Council Rep. l, 2.
RICHARDS, RAYMOND-Band l5
Student Council 2, 35 Pack Rats,
Pres, 35 Assistant Track Manager
25 Track Manager 35 Debate 2, 3.
RICHARDSON, MARY MARGARET
-Entered from Newton, Kansas5
Announcement Comm. 3.
RICH ESON, IVA LEONA
RIGGS, JOAN-Commercial Club 35
Pep Club 35 Student Council 35
Girls' League Cabinet 3.
RINGSDORF, MARVIN E.-F.F.A. l,
2, 3, Vice-Pres. 2, Treos. 35 Live-
stock Judging Team 2, 3.
ROSS, GERALD W.
RUHLMAN, JOAN EVELYN
SAGER, LOWELL D.-Chess Club l,
2, 35 Orchestra 2, 35 Jr. Symphony
SANDERS, JOANN-A Cappella 2, 35
Ambassadors l, 2, 35 Girls' Glee l.
SCHAEFER, JOHN H.
SCHUREMAN, MARJORIE ANN-
Spanish Club l5 Girls' League Rep.
25 Paletteers 2, 35 Pep Club 35
Commercial Club 35 Sports Kats 35
Commencement Usherette 2.
SCHWARTZ, EUGENE--F.F.A. l, 2,
3, Radio Chr. 3, Livestock Judging
SEABURG, ERNIE-Football l, 2, 35
Basketball l5 E Club 2, 35 A Cap-
pella l5 Boys' Glee 2, 35 Axemen's
Council l5 Student Council 3.
Training 35 Commercial Club 3.
SILVA, CAROLYN-National Honor
Society 2, 3, initiation Comm. 35
Pep Club 35 Spanish Club 2, 35
Latin Club 2, 35 Girls' League Ush-
erette 25 Girls' League Council 2,
Dept. Chr. 35 Paletteers 3.
SIMPSON, VAVENE ELAINE
SLAUGHTER, BEVERLY JOYCE -
Student Council Rep. l5 Girls'
League Usherette 25 Girls' Glee
SUMMERS, ROBERT-Football I, 2,
3, Baseball I, 2, 3, E Club 2, 3,
N,A.S.S. I, Axemen's Councul I,
SUTTON, DOROTHEA IONA-Gurls'
Glee 3, Ambassadors I, 2, 3, Am-
bassador Treas. 3,
TARBELL, KATHLEEN7G.A.A. 2,
Ltbrary Trainung 3, Glrls' Glee I,
TAYLOR, LOIS ANN-Pep Club I,
2, 3, Soph. Dance Comm, I, Palet-
teers I, 2, 3, Sec, 3, Jr. Sr. Prom
Comm. 2, Queen of Hearts 2, A
Cappella I, Prmcess of Beaux Arts
Ball 2, Rally Squad 3, Enjoyable
Jan 35 Commerclal Club 3.
TERRY, KAREN JOANNE--G.A.A. I,
2, 3, Treas. 2, Sports Manager 3,
lnutratnon Chr. 3, Paletteers 2,
Latln Club 3, Pep Club Z, 3, Com-
mercual Club 3,
THRAMER, KATHERINE JOAN-
Ambossadors I, 2, 3, Secretary of
Ambassadors 2, 3.
TILSON, LILLIAN-A Cappella 3,
Girls' Glee 3.
TORRICELLAS, LOUIE-FFA I, 2, 3,
FFA Publtc Speakmg Contest I, 2,
Parltamentary Team, Intramural
Basketball, Debate 2, 3.
TOWLERTON, JEAN ETTE
SMITH, BETTY LOU
SMITH, MARY ERNESTINE-Am-
bassodors 2, GAA. I, 2, Lotm
SNOOK, JEAN GARRETT-A Student
Counctl I, Band lmagorettel I, 2,
35 Camme'c1al Club 2, 3, Palet-
teers I, 2, 3.
SORENSEN, WILMA IDELL
SPURGIN, BEATRICE MARIE--4COr1v
mercual Club 3, Soph, Dance
STAGEBERG, ROBERT C.-AYeII Lead-
er 2, 3, Paletteers 2, 3, Boys' Glee
3, Axemen's Councul Rep. 2, H1-Y
2, 3, Sec. 3, PTA Dance Comm.
l, 2, 3.
STRITE, DAN-Mltootball 2, 3, Golf
I, Z, 3, Coptaln 2, 3, EHS News
3, E Club 3.
STUART, JERRY EUGENE-EHS
News 3, Student Councul I, Boys'
Glee 3, A Cappella I.
TRUNNELL, GORDON-Rifle Club 3.
VANDERBELT, KENNETH - Palet-
teers I, 25 Soph Dance Comm. l.
VAN RYSSELBERGHE, JANE- Na-
tional Honor Society 2, 35 Thes-
pians 2, 3, Pres. 35 Pep Club 35
A Cappella 35 Chess Club Sec.
Treas. I5 Troubadours I, 2, 35
French Club 2, 35 PTA Dance Com-
mittee 35 Sports Kats 35 Handbook
Staff 35 Girls' League Rep. I5 Or-
chestra 35 Ski Club 35 Jr. Sym-
phony I, 2, 3.
VINCENT, VIRGINIA-Ceemoh Club
35 Science Club 35 Girls' league
VOGT, JAMES ELTON-Student
Council 25 Debate 2.
WAHLGREN, ESTHER FRANCES -
Girls' League Rep. I5 Tri-Y I5
Paletteers I, 2, 35 Pep Club 35
Commercial Club Pres. 35 Sports
Kats 35 Commencement Usherette
WALKER, RUTH PHARES-A Cap-
pella 2, 3.
WALL, JAMES H.
WASSON, PAT-French Club 2, 3,
Pres. 35 Eugeriean Staff Z5 Com-
mercial Club 35 Newstaft 35 Prom
Committee 25 Jr. Assembly Comm.
25 Class Will Chr. 35 National
Honor Society 35 Debate 2, 3.
W 'if ' Q
WATSON, VIVIAN JOYCE-A Cap-
pela pianist 35 Orchestra pianist
25 Ambassadors l, 2, 35 Jr. Sr.
Banquet Comm. I, 2.
WATTRON, KENT S.-Rifle Club 35
Axernen's Council 35 Radio Club 25
B Squad Football I.
WATTS, MARY LOU-Orchestra I,
2, 35 Jr. Symphony I, 2, 3.
WEBSTER, MARVIN D.-Pack Rats
I, 2, 35 Soph. Assembly Comm. I5
Axemen's Council Rep. I5 Student
Council 2, 35 Ambassadors 2, 35
National Honor Society 2, 35 Vice-
Pres. of Student Body 25 Student
Body Pres. 35 Debate 25 35 Assem-
bly Comm. 3.
WEED, ROBERT W.
WHEELER, EILEEN A. - Library
WHITE, FOREST GENE-Orchestra
25 Jr. Symphony 2.
WHITE, FRANCES LOUISE-Service
Club 25 Commercial Club 35 Jr.
Comm. for Class Day 2.
WICK, DONNA RAE-A Cappella I,
25 Pep Club I, 2, 35 Paletteers 25
Troubadours I, 2, 35 Girls' League
Usherette 2, Assembly 25 Corn-
mencement Comm. 25 French Club
WILLIAMS, MARILEE ANN-Pep
Club I, Z, 35 Girls' League Vice-
Pres. 25 Sec. of Student Body 35
Queen of Hearts I5 Jr. Sr. Prom
Comm. 25 Inter Nos 2, 35 Girls'
Sports Club 35 Jr. Assembly Comm.
WORTH, JOSEPH-Pack Rats 2, 3,
Pres. 3, Chess Club I, Axe Han-
dles 3, Axemen's Council Rep. I.
WRIGHT, GAY DOLORES-Pep Club
3, Girls' League Assembly 2, Palet-
teers I, 2, A Cappella 2, Girls'
Glee Z, Spanish Club I.
YATES, JANICE MARILYN-Ambas-
sadors I, 2, Girls' Glee 2, G.A.A.
l, 2, 3, Science Club I, Student
YATES, NANCY ANN-A Cappella
3, Troubadours 3, Thespians 2, 3,
French Club 3, Debate 2, 3, State
3, Paletteers 3, Class History Chr.
3, International Relations League
YOUNG, LORRAINE MARIE-lnten
national Relations League 2, Thes-
pians 3, Pep Club 3, Service Club 3.
ZEHRUNG, GORDON-Football I, 2,
3, Rifle Club 2, 3, Pack Rats I, 2,
3, E Club 3, Assistant Baseball
ZENZEN, GERALD-Hi-Y 3.
ZINIKER, CORINNE-Spanish Club
2, Pep Club 3, Ceemoh Club 3,
Commencement Usherette 2.
WILSON, JAMES D.
WILSON, PHILIP JERRY-E Club 2,
3, Football 2, 3, N.A.S.S. 2, Axe-
men's Council Vice-Pres. 3, Axe-
handle Chr. 3, F.F.A. I, 2, 3, Vice-
Pres, 2, Pres. 3, Parliamentary
Team 3, Judging Team I, 2, 3,
Intramural Team I, 2, 3.
WILTSHIRE, JACQUELINE LEE -
Pep Club 2, 3, Paletteers 2, 3,
Commencement Comm. 2, Com-
mercial Club 3, Spanish Club I,
G.A.A. I, Girls' Sports Kats 3, Ski
Club 3, News Staff 3.
WINSTON, SHARON L.-Soph Nom-
inating Comm. I, Student Council
I, 3, Girls' Glee I, 2, 3, Girls'
League Usherette 2.
WOLCOTT, DOROTHY LOUISE-Lb
brary Staff 3.
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I, LUNCHTIME LIMP. DANCES AND BASKETBALL
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2. BAND BOOSTER CAMPAIGN. A CAPPELLA BE-
HIND SCENES AT KELLY.
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AUTOMOBILE DEALERS GROCERIES
Collard Motors - - - H6 lrish C1 Swartz - IO7
Kendall Motor Co. - - ROYOI M0"k9f ----' ' II8
5""' Chwole' Co' ' ' HARDWARE Cv sronms Gooos
CLEANERS Coast to Coast - - - - - II8
Eugene Cleaners - - - I I5 l,:'lend:rshEtt'sI g ---- I
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CLOTHING-MEN'S Joe Gordon Hardware, Inc. - IO8
Herman's Men's Store - l I5 HOTELS
CLOTHING-WOMEN'S Eugene H0191 - - I I7
Leon's ---- - I I7
Marley Sport Shop - - IO7 JEWELERS
IKA0f5e'5 ...- Herbert OISOY1 - -
Russell's ---- -
smirws Women's Shop - 1 I3 WNW' C9M"AN'55
Giustina Brothers --------- II9
M. N. pengm - , - , I8 PRINTERSCLITHOGRAPHERS, PHOTOGRAPHERS
Medo-Land - - - - 119 Sushoplgsnl ----------- :Lg
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DEPARTMENT STORES Koke-Chapman - - II9
Broad o - - - - I I4
MeierwC1yFrank - - - I I9 RESTAURANTS '
Millefs .... - IIS North's Drive-In - - I I7
Montgomery Ward - - I I7
Penney's ---- - l08 SHOE STORES
Roberts' Brothers, - - lil powell 5, Edblom - - IIS
Coburn's - - - - IIS UTILITIES
Eugene Water Board - - I IO
Cho5e'5 ,,,- , 1 I8 MISCELLANEOUS
Flowers Unlimited - - H3 City Trpngx Lines - -
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FRUIT PRODUCE , EiigceI:1l2 BeaiiIIy College - - - - I I4
Eugene Fruit Growers Association - - I I2 Eugeng TAusicDCo. - -O - - - - :
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runuirunr rf Home orconnuous p:,'If,'.e52' fQ',,ke,'S'fen5fng - p.'c'of' - - I 5?
Johnson's - - - - l I7 Penney-Wise - - - - - -
Mountjoy C1 Carmichael - I I8 Singer Sewing Machine Co. - - II4
Rubenstein's - - - - Il I Brownie's Pop Corn - - - IO7
Nlarley Sport Shop 187 East Broadway Phone 5964-J
Irish 86 Swartz Shopping Center Store Phone 1672
Brownie's Pop Corn Stand Between Olive BL Charnelton on 10th Aveune X
' Herbert Olson, jeweler 175 East Broadway Phone 6059
Pe11i1y-Wise Drug Company 36 East Broadway Phone 2642
The Colonial Shop 75 West Broadway Phone 5845-J
Latest styles to please both
the graduate and undergraduate
in our Fashion Department
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Marilee Williams and Miriam Anderson try on coats.
JOE GORDON HARDWARE, INC.
Bob Summers and Dennis Barnum look at footballs.
Page 108 771 Willamette
Dream Comes True!
We Have All of Your
For Every Sport-
For Every Man.
WM Cponhclence . . .
Select your gay spring sweaters and skirts,
your colorful summer dresses, and your
Fashionable wardrobe next fall, from the
store that carries your favorite brands . . .
0 BRAEMAR CASHMERE SWEATERS
0 PREMIER CASHMERE SWEATERS
0 LANAMERE AND LANAKNIT
' CALEDONIA SWEATERS
M1-tte Brix-Kjelgaard and Barbara Beacon shop for those bfdllliflll cashmeres.
Lfllqraeilam .Yiwu '
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64 E. Broadway Phone 1101 Page 109
l. Be alert: anticipate traffic hazards.
Z. Checlc your equipment: brakes, lights.
shield swipe, and renr-View mirror.
"Thr Grim Renperi' is the referee,
. Know the Rules:
for the "All AMlllllIAN" Driver
are playing on a great team:
Never overdrive your lights.
Never pass on :i hill or curve
Give proper hand signals.
Make your turn from the proper lane' Chief of Police Keith jones shows Sylvia jones the
Keep your car under control+s'peed is n lciller.
KITOW and 0l7Sl'l'VC YOUI' KI'flHlC laws,
correct way to signal.
"All American" is considerate of the rights of others. Extend the courtesy shown in your home to the
I' lTl0f0l"l5fS OD Il"lL' street.
KEITH L. JONES, Chief of Police.
COUTIKQ7 of KEND LL M0 UR COMPA
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Municipal Electric and Water Utiliiies
Shirley Kendall and Bob Haynes visit the water board.
The municipal water board,
an elective body, operates
the electric and water utili-
ties in Eugene.
The electricity and water
are sold at rates as low as is
consistent with business
Don't Stop Your
Keep Your Dancing Up to Date
FOX TROT RHUMBA
p WALTZ SAMBA
r SWING TANGO
l TAP AND BALLET
Barbara Fulton and jackie Madigan
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You can buy iwith confidence
at no extra expense
740 Willamette Phone 6050 24 West 7th Phone 235-W
Rulaemtein urniture Company
RIGHT HERE IN
Janice Kiphart and Dick Primrose look at fine furniture.
115 West 8th Phone 6000
Eugene Fruit Growers Association
Delores Gustafson and Ardith Bailey buy a sweater. T9nY Ash, Blu Cfowv and B05 Booth and out
For All Your
Fashions of the Hour i Q
for Picture Framing
School - Play - Datetime Pl'10t0 Finishing
Your favorite labels
Favorite Store ' 6 .. 'm
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20 E. Broadway Phone 2911 698 Willamette Phone 535
Jo Anne Davis and Burt Carlson visit
the Silva Chevrolet Company.
The Place to buy
The Place to trade
You can rely
On our top grade
Service ' Brands ' Craftsmanship
Silva Chevrolet Company
77 W. llth Phone 228
take a look
See Vincent and Maxine
for flowers as
individual as you are
jiwem Mn Am ifeal
where the unusual is a standard
193 E. Broadway Phgng 6290
Janice Taylor and jackie Pallett visit
the Eugene Beauty College.
No Profession Offers So
Much for So Little
Time and Expense Q
Visit the College and See the
Work Done by Students
llglU1e Agzdlutgl cjLZ?Qge
70 E. Broadway Phone 679
Maxine Nuttman, Corinne Zinilter, Bemice Dodge, Billie
Hamilton and Gwen Lounsbury learn how
to malte buttonholes.
MAKE A DATE TO come TO YOUR
SINGER SEWING CENTER
after school or on Saturdays to sew your dream dress.
Singer Sewing Teachers will help you to choose the
right patterns and materials. This summer you'll
have double the clothes for HALF the money once
you learn how to malte 'em yourself!
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1032 Willamette Phone 1358
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Eugene's House of Musical Notes
Conn and Pianos
Pan-American jesse French
181 E. Broadway Phone 7162-W
DO YOU WANT saddles, dress pumps, flats,
The Smart Young Man .
B H C or shoes for dancing?
U S an
Y ' e WHICHEVER YOU CHOOSE-for shoes
at that fit and look like a million,
Conie to- ,
Herman fr Mm 3 .ftore E
Natalie Beckett a d Marjorie Olson shop together
Don McKinstry and George Dunn look at ties. '1
804 Willamette Phone 2854 828 Willamette for shoes' Phone 3428
Our Work Is of High BUY Your Evening Bags
Esteem For That Special Dance
From Our Large
There's Nothing We Take SClCCtlO11 n
That We Can't Clean
SKOPIL'S EUGENE CLEANERS 3.
Lavonne Clack and Madelle Peoples look over fine Dolores and Karen Terry decide on
work of the Eugene Cleaners. an evening bag. Page 115
245 E. Broadway Phone 75 840 Willamette Phone 1090
Bill Masson, johnny Harrington, jack Collard, Carl Orlolf, Dick Blinkhorn
and Bob Ranes try out the new Mercurys and Lincolns.
Factory Trained Mechanics
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Dr. Painless Parker
OF ALL KINDS
Good health and good appearance are
important in making a success in life.
Painless Parker, Dentist S
717 Willamette Phone 288
Make Your First Stop
For Sporting Goods
And Athletic Supplies
Gene Cash and jack Parsons look over
770 Willamette Phone 151
In AT YOUR SERVICE
ON ALL OCCASIONS
The Place ro Go for DINING Room - coFFEE si-lov
That After School BANQUETS
me EUGENE HOTEL
165 W, llgh Phone 5152 222 E. Broadway Phone 2000
Dependable Quality Is Always An Asset
1059 Willamette In Smart Buying Phone 4200
CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF 1949
SHOES ' Featuring the latest fashion in
at 36.95 e 0 n A clothing and footwear
1050 Willamette OUR SHOES ARE THE TALK OF THE TOWN Phone 1084
CITY TRANSIT LINES
Wherever Your Destination May Be,
We'll Get You There at a Minimum Fee
532 Oak St, Phone 2989
Give Your Home That Final Touch of Distinction
With Furnishings From The
johnson urniture Co. Page H7
649 Willamette Phone 2693
We Deliver Health
and Happiness to
i Your Doorstep
Abbie Riggs and Joan Riggs pick out a bouquet. N P
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"A Flower for Your Thoughts!"
What could be a better gift for anyone than D A I R
a bouquet from Chase's?
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58 E. Broadway Phone 4240 Garden Way Phone 20-F-ll
DRAPERIES UPHOLSTERY FLOOR COVERING
77 East Broadway Eugene, Oregon Phone 286
OUR MERCHANDISE ALWAYS PLEASES
Mountjoy 81 Carmichael -:- Home Decorations
The Kids All Meet for Something to Eat
R OYA L M A R K E T
198 W. 17th Phone 671
We Boast the Best from Coast to Coast
COAST TO COAST STORE
Home of the Schwinn World Bicycle
All Your Supplies and Repairing
Page118 Hutch's Bicycle Store
85 W. 8th Phone 3113-M
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Printers - Stationers - Bookbinders
73 East Broadway Eugene, Oregon
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Have you ever stopped to think how valuable high school is to
you? You probably don't believe it now, but in later life as you
look back . . . perhaps in this annual X. . . you will remember all
the fun and the friends you have had.
High school is really an essential to go into almost any kind of
business. Of course, if you are planning to go on to college, you
know that you could never even think of it if you weren't going
to high school now. What if you had quit school in the eighth
What with all of the wonderful friendships you've made, fun
you've had, and education youlve acquired, aren't you glad you've
been a student at Eugene High?
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