Eugene High School - Eugenean Yearbook (Eugene, OR)

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2ffnef950eu9enea.n Fwz,4fmfz4,,zz,M,u0c,,2zeJ4za.fe,,z1 euqene hgh whoa! 6478416 017-69041- ff I F Y W W ax A -- 4 Q ,', 5 ' .wg U, 2 144 .,,l 4 ,,.K :':,fli4,:'!: 5799? il ,ff ws '4lanv-nnu-- nu - - -A A' CLARENCE HINES Supermtendent of Schools Jaan! V1rg1l Cameron Mrs Chfford Constance Gllbert MacLaren Stanley Summers Harry Hamrlton in-v 'ha Prmc1pal NINA KITTS Dean of Gxrls PAUL POTTER Dean of Boys 'S Ci 3 DEAN MICKELWAIT x , 1 r 1 ,.f.,i,, 3 . , W f 'f:,:f'4-M Af .,,, Wm, 11 Jam ww if fy' ww, ' ,I QQ . Q :H , nf! 1 ,aux Q 2 umm? mama cfeanpaadaad wcefJ!zu4Jw1.f Joidcluvul ebnadcfuewe Jlucfealmanaqyz audfdm re 'X 4 xi i' , A IX ph 'Y L- D I Robe ts K Pewlmgqlx-ILeonjsclwi" slgril' Ryow 4- W lf . Q HOW 'wood' wi. Kedvincen' dreqsggvosng MGC - . Mgss A-Rami . Row! K Merewether G Beckman A Hamilton I Nee D Brummond M Nelson M Maughn RowZ M Early I Wrldish C Sielke S Shreeve S Griffin G Lee C Shum way D Smith I Pallet! Row 3 C Prickett M Cashm L Andreason M Van Tassel B Washburn M Cross G Napper D Parsons Row 4 T Cave I Forstrom F Dover T Oney L Nee B Glass B Schmitt N Davis Mr Mxckelwait adviser Row5 I Rich ards D Vincent M Iefteris C Hollis E Schiewe A Karr S McNutt P Van Ryssel berghe I Edwards The meeting will nt. I come to order ec retary call the roll . . . We will now have the minutes of the last meeting. Yes these are well known procedures here at EHS. That vital core ol Eugene High s student government the student council once again furnished the power with which We carried on the activities ol 1950. Under the efficient service of this years student-body officers We can make a mark for another suc- cessful school year. Every Eugene High School student can say that he has a voice in his gov- ernment. In each roll room the students elected a representative to carry their F ideas and wishes back to the council sults Consequently this procedure gives every Eugene High citizen a definite voice in his gov- ernment and thus the principles of a republican democracy are held high at EHS. The most important functions of the year are handled by the student council. These functions include the selection of an editor for the student hand-book which was handled this year by Bob Ford. Student-body elections and the selection of the rally squad are also carried on by the council. Revision of the constitution was a project that was carried through by the M ,council this year. meeting. Here a careful perusal IT: I Other special projects carried . ' ' Aww, , . . over the combined ideas of each home room by the rep- resentatives brings out -, the best possible re- 'VOS' DANCE MV Megan-Lg: . ' dvxS.B Y-Ord. ' I ,i through this year were examina- tion of student expenditures and a project on assembly conduct improvement. As Allow 1' M SEMBLY C Xeon: Mr, rg MiCke1s OMMIT-I. 4 wg 4? fo f df ,,-f' ACTIVITIES COMMITTEE Row 1: B. Hamilton, Miss Kitts, Miss McDermott. Row 2: T. Warnock, E. Schiewe, Mr. Hendricks. 'QW' Q qtmg, Mr- lxfcalllerfci' Cgqm' CFET A N- Dawg 'gl a10g,dMfcke1,fgff, . . Schmifi Mr. Harrigotf J -Q Amd zhdafxka in ' uw in ww if I' 6.4, Y ' Y, , -I ' h'?, gf, Q W ' " + 5aaQ..' F" " ' ' gf: f Q' L f I fr - My 5 xv ' W Ediifai s If-fd:-in-i.' EL Af. , L ,X I 5 , ,af . ....., f ' " ' M 4 I 1 N We Flys wylii f 1 sf-1' 'ltr -Q4 naar' ftlll' WUI, s-13: ,k1Y' wi N I lv 2? ll 5.4: his E WC K -ff T be 900 dslgjp . lllzqskq Boundu ad S Ve Mises I 11 e four. pm db 0516 9 H ,V,w,, If ,. Princess H The ofa' ff- gil! Row I: E. Horne, I. Peterson, A. Gubrud, R. Page, I. Spicer, C. Eldrige. Row 2: 'la D. Peterson, V. Peterson, I. Weinstein, N. Mickelson, E. Beier, B. Cook, F. Wilkes, . . l u M. Cass, G. Lee, M. Griffith, D. Ruhlman, B. Warren. Row 3. S. Hayden, B. B ker, M. Aydelott, I. Colburn, P. Fenley, D. Mickelwait, M. Reed, D. LaBare, 1'9- X Miller, P. Keele, L. Trippet, R. Collins, G. Knutson, L. Coons. J W . ai- . 1- 5 se . the dnve .xkes Rn Co Ylfffdwx me and yer - Maestro Miller relaxes before a concert. ft! . .Lx V4 YA, K, an Q. wa' gh ,, . 'ww i.y....,,,ngm V.. X A 5 ff'-"f F nuff 1128 ojor es and G10 he Q1 ,be h elm N d cr me takes q picture the Y 5 Skagway cmuury 1 Concert SCHEDULE O RAN CES 'K 9 1 Prrnce Rupert December 28 Ianucry 3 Dance Glcxcrer tmp Concert 7 Wrangell Icmuary 3 Concert Dance Ketchxkcxn ber 29 on U Decern Concert Dance 3 Petersburg December 31 Ignuary 4 Concert Concert 9 Seattle Ianuury 6 ef 8 Prmce Bup eau Concert Danc 9 new 9 61020 ocean cedil 5 ocedf- : , wah: alt Q be 'sv Kun ber '31 r--- It Decern Concert Dcxn Xf Q"eg lla Q- -W v i I H ome Gqcunl 9 2 if 53 g ' r 4 o ' . 'K 1 0 nd i aglttiq' In 5 ' I' APPEA ' I '. 1' 4 1 of - if 2 :R 9: K ' . ' . W 6. Iunecxu, 3 2. ' . . , '- as . , I . . . . ,.v' . . 5 . ' t, 5' -, . 4 , 2 X - -'- 07 . 4. , Q . , 4 .-'fx . X N' , Ice. , I , Q .. ' ' f f S :lf-' ,,,. r t. 4' I 9 fly 1 EB ' , 4. I x -Q '2- N. I Y 0 IT, , I f I xx 4 ' Q I1 I . 2 I 1 -,.,,,, V T 4 .,' s A 'Zim -QJ NADINE MICKELSON - DOLORES PETERSON GLORIA LEE lhltll IWTQII 1 z Rowl E Horn A Gubrud R Page N Mickelson E Reed I Spicer E Bexer C Eldridge Row2 D Pet erson I' Peterson V Peterson D Williams L Gubrud I Patten G Knutson D Perrin I Weinstein D Ruhlman B Warren G. Lee Y. Reed. Row 3. B. Fegles B. Polk R. Miller, D. Walker C Ketchum C. Nelson, I. Weinstein, I. Erdmann, S. Anderson, D. Chase, B. Cook, F. Wilkes, M. Cass, L. Coons, A. Sum mers, M. Neilsen, D. Meyers, D. Neely, M. Griffiths. Row 4: B. Pitcher, L. Kuykendall, F. Stockman, D. Paul- us, I. Wycloff, D. Mickelwait, I. Hoogstad, L. Downing, U. Ketchum, D. LaBare, D. Dennis, G. Brown B. Kennedy, D. Bateman, C. Rhodes, P. Keefe, I. Loftes, L. Trippett, R. Collins. Row 5: S. Walker, Pat Fen- ley, I. Colburn, M. Aydelott, B. Bureker, S. Hayden, A. Gillett, B. Miller, director, Don Mickelwait, president .v Jana! This year a group of musicians, under the leader- ship oi Byron Miller, built up an organization second to none in the state. With a "first" rating at the Kla- math Falls music contest their prestige was estab- lished, and in Iune they were selected to play as one of the featured bands at the Rose Festival in Portland. When football season rolled around they played at every game and marched in knee-deep mud. Play a huge horn that Weighs you down. Try to pull your feet out of the muck in rhythm to the music, just try it next season! If the student body as a Whole had the spirit the band does no one could ever complain about a lack of enthusiasm at our games. In December they undertook an adventure to Alaska and returned with Worldly wisdom and cher- ished memories. During football season the Band. added color to the games with lively half-time en- tertainment S. Groth, C. Welch, Maves, K. Macaulay, I. Boughton, D. LaBare, B. Bureker, L. Frolen, G. West, L. Hershiser, D. Morgan, S. Foster, Miss Schaer, director, B. Hendricks, Remember the unearthly sounds that confronted us whenever we happened to enter the band room dur- ing fifth period? Fantastic as it seemed, all the racket was caused by members of the school orchestra, diligently beat- ing out the strains of Beethoven's Fifth Symphony or some other classic rendition. Nevertheless, when called upon to make a public appearance, the or- chestra always came through in top form. During the first semester the orchestra presented musical programs in many of the elementary schools located in or around Eugene. These programs were planned to aid the various schools in their music edu- cation. The orchestra took to the road again in March and presented a concert at the Seaside High School. Rs soon as these projects were completed, practice for the district and state contests became a full time job. Living up to the standards set by Eugene High or- chestras in the past, the orchestra again received superior rating, to conclude another successful year. O. Cromroy. cfaaceiancf "Ah relief!", nothing could explain more clearly the feelings of the Eugene High students when the Dance Band mercifully consented to play at the noon dances. Anyone who patronized these dances admits whole heartedly that this group saved many a person from insanity due to the same old records which we heard over and over again. The band lent its help also in adding to the success of various activities with its superb renditions at the dances. Conducted by Mr. Miller, the band, which is com- posed of thirteen students, played an important role in promoting the March of Dimes campaign in Eugene High. Throughout the year the ability of this group has spoken for itself, need we add the Dance Band is one ot the reasons we have such an outstanding music department. Row 1: D. LaBare, F. Wilkes, I. Peterson, I. Spicer, D, Mickelwait, Row 2: A. Gubrud, D. Peterson, B. War- ren, G. Lee, M. Griffith, I. Colburn. Row 3: P. Keefe, D. Ruhlman, B. Miller, director. .i."4."w 'Seri R-'Y Lp' Row I: C. Arneson, G. Bevard, R, Toner, N. Quinby, C. Sandel, C. Iones, I. Chase, I. Peterson. Row 2: G. Miles, I. White, M. Teague, I. Nee, M. Loughary, G. Strand, D. Cruzan, S. Yearwood, E. Williams. Accompanist, C. Siefke. E. Williams, D. Peterson, I. Chase, N. QuinbY, l. Nee, D. Wilcox. Accompanist, I. Peterson. W . I. White, M. Benson, D. Cruzan, G. Morley, P. Estes, G. Miles wmgdim One of the newest organizations in school is the recently organized Swing Choir. In an effort to provide a new type of musical voice ensemble, Mr. Harrison, director of vocal music, conducted try-outs for over fifty girls. After eliminations twenty girls began work on swing arrangements of music familiar to everyone. Even in its earliest stages, the Swing Choir became an excellent example of the music department at Eugene High. This was proved by its first performance given in the annual Christmas music assembly. Then without much delay they were invited to Colin Kelly for the "exchange" music assembly. We are looking forward to the time next year when this musical group will be able to perform again. 44. Janie! If you are a member of the A Cappella Choir, a senior girl, and know how to sing, it's a cinch you will be chosen as a member of the Senior Sextet, provided you have one of the six best voices and are willing to prac- tice hour after hour. The Senior Sextet is a new activity of the Vocal Music Department, initiated at the beginning of the school year by Director Russell Harrison. In addition to furnishing entertainment at assemblies, this group of girls also entered the district solo and en- semble contest held this year at Lebanon. Here the hours of hard work paid dividends, the girls received a "one," which is the highest rating a group can obtain. yi. add Six junior girls devoted themselves to hours of prac- ticing and memorizing to form successfully the Iunior Sextet, another new division of the Vocal Music De- partment of Eugene High. Under the watchful eye of Mr. Harrison the girls slave and slave for the ultimate goal of being the Senior Girls Sextet come next fall. The activities of this new group follow along the same lines as the Swing Choir and Senior Sextet including singing at school programs and for various city organi- zations. The top rating which the Iunior Sextet received at the district solo and ensemble contest is standing evidence of their accomplishment as a newly organized group. lar- ,-.6 Q.. af--1, is gb .rp-F. nf"':-E'f?::f', fa!! The Boys' Glee sings at Open House. The Girls Glee Club is a division of the 'Vocal Music Department which has proved invaluable in providing an opportunity to the numerous girls who enjoy singing. Throughout the year the Glee Club entertained at various assemblies and programs. The following girls participated in these activities: C. Vanderpool, R. Toner, N. Pitman, B. Singleton, M. Hardcastle, D. Smeed, B. Hartiord, C. Iones, M. Cantrell, M. McKeon, B. McFadden, E. Fort, B. Wickoii, M. Van Tassle, D. Gragg, D. Robbins, A. Wright, P. Patterson, M. Barber, H. Boyer, B. Myers, A. Wellborn, M. Olson. M. Gilmore, C. Snook, M. Morgan, L. Carter, P. Bennett, B. Gravos, C. Seymour, P. Campbell, L. Hiebert, L. Mc- Clanahan, B. Stokes, B. Brown, M. Loughary, I. Spicer, F. Cox, M. Arndt, S. Dingman, B. Strilzuk, P. Ware, B. Wells, P. Kuykendall, D. Burns, R. Walker, L. Finke, I. Streeter, L. Swanson, A. Olson, P. Long, D. Klaus, G. Barnett, B. Prickett, V. Berge, B. Graber, B. Barker S. Campbell, C. McClendon, I. Spencer, D. Swaggart. 1 WW Throughout the year the Boys Glee Club was active in the various musical programs which were presented at assemblies and evening activities. Later this group was combined with some of the girls in the Girls Glee Club to form a mixed choir. The boys in the original Boys Glee Club are as fol- lows: B. Hendricks, G. Allison, D. Iames, D. Hanson, D. Blinkhorn, E. Culbertson, I. Bruce, E. Morris, G. Tem- pleton, C. Lucas, L. Hewitt, I. Kiphart, F. Patterson, C. Templeton, K. Horner, W. Porter, K. Iarvis, D. Olson, B. Hargrave, L. Landers, B. Wilson, D. Wilson, T. Van Tassle, L. Heany, D. Crawford, B. McGeorge, M. Henry, L. Downing, D. Gibson, D. Starbird, R. Ingram, D. New- man, G. Vincent, R. Alford, D. Iensen, C. Iohnson. if- 1.5 A S Clw CSN uf-l if fi .J . rf ' Y: gg. ,,A. 5 Wa N LX Easy kid or you'll be wearing false teeth. Congratulations, Cece! Oh, well, they'll grow up someday. 5.1 'Q 'v-. fiisss 5 x ,,,,.q-n-nnv"'4 5 ,f ,M Av Eat your own lunch, Webb! Wha Hoppen? Easy girls! Oh, your father's mustache. 5 m, A Let's all bow, please. Expecting a flood, Doug? bf. sv-if ,,..... 2 A ,qt xl' "4 5 -A Pl . A :nf A 'f I , ia , '34 K M , .ff ff , 'hx XJ. W? lt O Ill Who's there? Taffy or worms? Down, Rover! fWhich one is Rover, Merritt?l Musical Table. K' 1 Oh Yes, the good ol' summer sun! w15i'n Teachers' Assembly: Carl Blood, Mary Mallery, Iim Berwick, Ruth Beacon present ct melodrama. Club Assemblf Pep Big Smoke and .XHSGP Fuel.. Liugxl, No . ht' M. Cqshln S. Wraflll Qtto, R. Otto M. Fulton. l- Green' sd? Basketball Award Assembly: Captain Gene Lewis presents District 6 trophy to Student Body. , ,V Q3 "tiff is tg fe' -A 1' it " , Q: 1 'A .75 . 2 'tte r-53 blYf d Assem Football Awar wards Duane Meuemuixd Plmlers' letters 'O B'Sq Talent Assembly: Gloria Lee, Dee Peterson black up and dance. 4 , 1 sl? r vga 11" yf if A-X ,ax 11. ll talk., Teachers Assembly German Band, composed otR Harr1son,B Miller. C De1bel,K Klenzle raised the root 17 3 ,. ,Zia wi 2 i ' 'Hi' X gen. A, I , If Tw E September: Registration ? , day begins the school t term with a hectic rush. EQ? ,fig I AY Q 'ji h if sfo A A 'i gt AM, E 'N ' , ,, " WT 4, K Ki, X O , , fx S kg ,iq F v CfObeI-'. , gf ki R 1? forget the fogifihnever Q Q g xx r Gnd f'CIUieS at Eames " 2 A ' i CMC stadium e if is 3 - 4' 'if ,-writ iw- ' I ' 4' in X bet'D15m3Xih'1 f 'L' ad .5xu5i3pns.CE3,x ptoflixce. - , g ' e - - f , 11 ii txzestt X-Q6 fx X ,Q 3 E, x 1 if X f " of ' VY: 1 - Q, , , ,P Xlanuary: Old man weather brought us cz welcome f R , Mn: 142331 W ,gi ML. ' ,vacation and cz chance 5' to play in the snow. December: The Christmas t spirit rose as the A Cappella Choir an sang carols through the 3 ri , W halls. hr February: Valentine's Day brought the Queen of Hearts campaigng the results - Queen Ianet Peterson, senior candidate. 0 325 ,if 'Q is'-,Q ,, ' ll Q I ll:.Q.. gf ..l..0 t .I.'.,, , X 'NIJ' . V F W r lg 1 - - Q 'Sf i K .i9g?.i:t1,,"-8 Q 'if . State March. The Basketball Tournairleflt created manfngrexxn 3 so toltowers Class or two fi '- , ,A ,y ,Q if-gi 1, V wx' sl vf4"" it ,M-,M.4j-ff' -W' f:'3'f,fQ, 4, fan 1 4 4 ,sf . ,"'wv sacriiiwd G to see the Qmnes' 'ff' A fl. X ., X H fa E May. The Iumor Senior Prom finds Betty and Bob P enjoying their last school F' ar 1 r'g xx ,, L g-was 'Q s A Q-is x April: At last! Sunshine, warm days, and spring vacation! 4,s -1 Iune: Graduation day approachesg time for the senior class to bid farewell to their Alma Mater. dance. xv, fi' , T' 1 I Lf? 1 J ' .L 9:3 -.fm V ,manga K wcaallziea ner were cl andlednle P0 s t e two on Sxegmun Student b0dY G Don Be U by the week D C1 se ecled ol Twup n outswn mg SW? Graceeczlc Up Week Dres ersondhuesx chool Us G b ll bds e e ected son ent nown 1nl0Ot1sdone ol the 1'QCe Is E the Cleqnirg Gene Us athle e PG sebum regime u an Pctzve 11-1 e oy and IS ban and ba homores Us qsketb Qleffeers WP Sp so? e all e Q 1 1, Qnls well lr 'U1C1n Cqpfarn Q DOW Ge ...,,, nd base-bay Irie e -v-g...., Mary Ellen Kraal 1S one of the out standlng senlor g1rls Thls year she was elected as Eugene H1gh s cand1date 1n the state Good P1lgr1mage contest con ducted by the Daughters of the Amen can Revolutxon She IS known as one of the fnendllest glrls 1n school Mary Ellen d1V1deS her t1me among Honor Soc1ety Pep Club Serv1ce Club and Latm Club Only a Junxor Bob has become a well known man about school through hrs elect1on as presldent of the state Inter natlonal Relatrons League Bob was also a member of the state debate team The Queen of Hearts campargn conducted by the Glrls League gave students an opportunrty to choose elther a Kmg or a Queen The Semor candldate anet l Peterson was elected to rergn as the 1950 Queen of Hearts 4-M""".' -rf' mmf! Sealed X X usb 0 5 oSe nd QW as rough l e I OP omores lesl boy aut the Year nt h hoox the sas me there: d tmou how! You ca X xH SC bril s wot e r Dm he bi'-15 e I age Agergexgnr C cie1StnOuch0n onli eh t 9 y, n Presxhjm ZsPeCKGlw W e 51155 Cralg Beatrsto Ioy Whlte Ianet Peterson Duke Morrxs Ann Errckson anon and ge dtsons and Larry Coons t re 'sl' Dean I1 235 1 f"'d Every orgamzatton rn school should be mxghty thankful that we have two photographers as ca bl pa e and wrlhng to work as Harold Iack and Warren Knut son M t f os o the ptctures tn the Annual and the News are taken by these boys 'ln Wx Navarre Davrs needs no rntroductron We are all aware ot the hard work he has done throughout the year as student body presrdent Navarre recerved rec ogmtron for hrs accomphshments by berng selected as E H ugene rghs candrdate for the Future Frrst Crtrzen contest sponsored by the Ir Cnamber ot Commerce 21 ' . ' x 6 3 .. 'N ' ig A i . - W-YW, v . f - " ,fi 53419 , v r if ' 4 4. Ms .2 Q,- ""' , f ' M I V , f . . A :' V' 1 g. h' P I , Eu. tx h . . 1 - dt g H - a K -- ' - k - l . . - . ' P- H . i l . 4 9 -a nt ' r ball tloor. S A I ls f ' i S r A 7 ' J I N X 7 sv A 71 ' fl 1 e L I I . f-4' 'M-we M 15: Semor men . . . ""'1 eflbir 5: Ha Birthd PPY GY '- Corlene and Bebe. w:'1,:Q5: 4: Snow much fun! . 6: Atlast-sunshine! l: The junior girls. 2: "Dinky Dean" and "Big Soy.' 3: Oh for that Alaska trip! 15: Christmas at the Otto's. 3' --.5 7: Can-Can Girls - remnants from last year's junior assembly. 8: Moell, Ranes, and Keating 57,225.5 act their age. I ., 1" gi if -WV fl gif! 14. Wild B111 Dedman plays pirate. 13: Donna and Ieanne dig in for the winter. 12: Abbie, Navarre, and The Cadillac. 9 11: Sand, ocean, and Louie ,Ii 10: The junior kiddies. : Oh for apin!! 1 .l Chosen for outstanding scholarslnp leader shrp and character the members oi the Honor Soctety represent Alpha chapter ot a natxonal hlgh school honorary Craxg Beaxrsto Velma Carpenter Bob Chxttock Navarre Davrs Lorene Finley Bob Ford Marr Gnftxths Sylvna Groth Arlene Gubrud Gwen Hames An1taHam1lton Bxlhe Hamxlton Doug las Hunt Sally Hayden Albert Karr Mary Ellen Kraal Gwen Lounsbury Kay Macaulay Larry Mayes Mxllxcent Nelson Yvonne Reed Ethelyn Schrewe Cathy Trrbe Beverly Washburn 5 New members elected rn the sprrng of 1950 were Senrors Shlrley Foster Fred Endlcott lean Sprcer Carolyn Moll Iean Webb Shrrley Year wood Gayle Abbott Betty Leonard Gene Lewxs Bob Bureker and Cecil Hodges lumors Marlan Cass Dorlan Hlmber Loxs Frolen Itll Kerns Vxc Fennell Leland Nee Char lene Moore Kathleen Taylor Pnscrlla Beacon Don Mxckelwaxt Dorothy Kopp Bob Glass Ioyce Gustafson Karl Peterrnann Merritt Barber and Manmng Barber -4- 4. L X I . 1 - - 1 1 1 1 1 ' - - - 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I 1 I 1 ' 1 1 1 ' . ' ' ' . . . . I .. . 0 1 , , 1 1 1 ' - - , , . 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' - , , I 1 1 1 1 1 1 - - . " . . ' ' I 1 1 1 - 1 I - , 1 1 1 0 . 1 1 - -Q Y, WI The Girls' League Council represents every g1rl 1n the student body One grrl IS elected from each home room to be a member of the counc11 Where problems and projects at hand are d1s cussed Thrs year the calendar was Well hlled w1th act1v1t1es rangrng from commumty a1d plans to good trme partres By glancrng over the followmg summary of monthly QCl1V1l1eS you wrll be able to rmagrne 1ust how actlve they have been thrs year BEVERLY WASHBURN 0 President DOROTHY KOPP Vrce Presrdent Row! B Carlson I Pallett K Whxte D Stenshoel D Tve M Epnle C Brown How 2 B Clark S Carpenter I Taylor S George G Abbott E Schxewe K Sealy Mlss Kms Row 3 A Barton B Grlmore M Arndt M Kraal I Gustafson D Peter son Row4 B Harnden M McKy B Schurman I Webb D Konp M Fulton I Nee M Lrnder S Yearwood Row5 S Rob erts C Rath A Riggs G Hames B Washburn A Hodgln L Frnley B Hamrlton C Moll GWEN HAINE Secretary 1 Q' 511' 24 BILLIE HAMILTON Treasurer SEPTEMBER Reg1strat1on Day Shlrley Yearwood rn charge of Hello Luncheon honorlng new students OCTOBER Ioan Gustafson Grrl of the Month Ma Pa Me Party wrth Mary Ann McKy charrman NOVEMBER Open House Skatrng party Shrrley Yearwood Glrl of the Month I ' 4 .... .. . ,. . . - .., W Z N Q y , V J' fx A X rv . ,N i t 0 .: ' -- ,Q , A+ 5' A -Q 3 if V " at N .h A 9. 6. N. I C" sn , in 4 pw rx uh " V' . , . W wr' ,, ws' v Q' M. -1' -Y ., K -. Af . 8 X Z I ' V I nr l f .iz M . :. - , .. , . ,. 2. ',. ,.. ,. , . . :. - 9 ,,. L Y' I I .nn I a1YX. . , ,Q , - , as , 4, I ' --1 i DECEMBER Milk sales . . . Christmas Tea honoring Carolyn Woods . . . Louise Andreason, Girl of the Month . IANUARY . FIRST SEMESTER CABINET Teas ' ' GUI of the Month, MCITY Ellen Row 1: G. Haines, B. Hamilton, B. wqshbum, D. Kopp. Row 2. c. Mau, 1. wepb, B K1-.acl I I I IOC Dance i I l Schurrnan, S. Yearwood, I. Nee, BAAHfggngn1enC'SRaRlcilserts. Row 3: M. McKy, L. Finley FEBRUARY Gwen Lounsbury elected Girl of the Month . . . New cabinet installed . . . King and Queen of Hearts Contest . . MARCH Red Cross Work . Carolyn Moll . . . APRIL . . Girl of the Month, Teas . . . Print and Cord Week . Velma Carpenter, Girl of the Month . . . Sack candy for Veteran's Memorial Hos- pital at Roseburg . . . New students are welcomed at a luncheon at the Recreation Center, chairman, Shirley he Yearwood. to' ' SECOND SEMESTER CABINET Row I: G. Haines, G. Miles, M. Reece, C. Anderson, V. Berge, K. Taylor. Row 2: D Kopp, C. Warren, P. Tomlin, G. Titcomb, F. Hein, M. Erickson, N. Lucas, Y. Madigan Row GOLD PIN WINNERS B edt pdqg H0581 tes! mls Y Wvenl X19 X. or Hein: iggmo ting Kordet O ch qkmcn X 1 ,Bow . Harnden, M. McKy, B, Leonard, N. Otto, S. Schmidt E . tnley, G Haines, V. Carpenter. md 125 COMMIT bak - 89 ii. C 3- 9 CO path! Sw! QRXYU Mufti lg3olg'G52iv0t'Y" fxschd' ding: B. CW' D. qihef' wg I Atgliom 'gzhiewec' Sheik. ll. Jena, Bm" wx- QC' few' Davis. Cc, x 1 3. Slfaqrren. M Y.0'wI' .0 OO Bevan ffxizfi 1... Girl, Lgger enjoytlkbbl and Que ,kann mselve' ' 9 Parry. Schxewe, D. Brummond, C. Rath, S. Roberts, I. Gus- I.. F' . ' DWAYNE lim...- 11 DREW VINCENT President CRAIG BEAIRSTO Vice-President HERENDEEN Secretary 1-6 fd ' Every boy in EHS is a member of the Axe- men's Council, a service organization, headed this year by President Drew Vincent. Assisting him was his cabinet vice-president, Craig Be- airstog secretary-treasurer, Dwayne Herendeeng special weeks chairman, Mike Keating, pro- gram chairman, lim Edwardsg and noon enter- tainment chairman, Warren Knutson. One representative is chosen from each roll room to form the governing body ot the Council. Presidents of clubs with more than a sixty per cent boy membership, automatically become representatives. Throughout the year the Axemen's Council sponsors school-wide activities. Hello Week starts off the year with a "get acquainted" pro- gram of noon dances and an assembly present- ing school personalities. Row I: D. Herendeen, M. Keating, G. Wiley, I. Gregor, N. Fendrich, V. Peterson, I. Weinstein, I. Williams. Row 2: T. Weinstein, C. Beairsto, L. Emrick, R. Miller, G. Honey, B. Hinkson, L. Nee, R. Gillilan, H. Schureman. Row 3: B. Schmit, T. Cave, I. Edwards, D. Ijams, W. Oldham, A. Karr, Manning Barber, M. Elspas. Row 4: B. Bomark, G. Mazen, W. Knudson, L. Iohnsori, W. Moell ' ' ' Axe Handles, the student directory, was pub- lished under the direction of Craig Beairsto, as a non-profit service to the school. One of the outstanding features of the year was a concert-dance given by the "Alaskan Band" and co-sponsored by the Axemen's Council and the Band Parents Association. The highlight of Be-Up Clean-Up Week was an assembly given by the boys which was en- joyed by the girls. During the year the Axemen's Council spon- sored noon movies and noon dances, alternat- ing with intramural basketball games, to round the activities tor an average week. In February an assembly was given for the boys by the Council. Dave Knox, Oregon's lun- ior First Citizen, spoke on college lite and gen- eral preparation tor schooling after graduation from EHS. Paul Potter again advised the boys through another successful year. , D S. McNutt. a-3 if 'if 4 'Q IIM EDWARDS Program Chairman WARREN KNUDSON Noon Entertainment Chairman . Vincent, D. Siegmund, F. Endicott, MIKE KEATING Special Weeks Chairman l nsored bY X Quick, The dance after the benefit. slam the doo ffm I " Locker C et' lean- . Be'Up Clear -out during SPECIAL EVENTS CALENDAR Hello Week . . . September 12-16 Concert Benefit Dance . December 15 Assembly .... . Ianucxry 31 Be-Up Clean-Up Week . . March 6-10 151 ,ei ' the d the crowd cheefed' durmg '1'heY P15Yed',?jn Ciecm-UP Gssembw' n Week. I How 1. - I- E W. Knudsonfigglf? M, Keqtin unc!! e AXe. Be P Axehcmdle Editor Craig Becrirsto tries to convince a prospective customer. - H .' . 9 Cent. elglzdeen. How Bgmrsto. I11en's Co Wheels in th 'Vin. up-1 Bugxm 5 .wgth c09 . 'SST A P. f0m.:i:.Bs:.'::z':fs: 1. S. Coufm' Efxllzchdrdzr A.oKdrr?BaR'mdle' Q23 2: Mi? EQRZZIIR- ouch Conrad, B. or . SMB" cgfpefw' l' mee e. A. 4. neun Boy and Girl of the Week, editorials, banner heads, columns, feature stories, deadlines, and-yes-ads, among numerous other things all swirled through the minds and creations of the EHS News staff, during a year which saw changes in the school news- paper, along with the traditional features. The News, under the editorship of Albert Karr, and the finan- cial director ot business, Bob Ford, maintained an "assembly criticism" editorial series, a new feature of the paper. Putting the paper into print included, of course, the age-old ALBERT KARB cry of "Meet the deadline!", the hectic preparation of copy, the Balm pleas for more ads when more were needed to put out the paper C and to make a six-page paper possible to prevent a four-page "ad sheet"l , the plea for copy, the chasing after elusive advisers to cover beats, and - well, you begin to catch on. etlgobfxa' Anyway, it took a lot of work to put out those copies of the ssrhdnfass Glbs EHS News that you read every other Friday. v Statldtlflolk 'v 3 ff 'N I 4 dl ' H -ri X 0 i WQIA-Am Us ld U W I P. Moran. P Brown Row 2: D. KOPP' Vlgfrgistaison ' .1 E. Hqn-is, . C en 'S' Gardner, 1. Kerns ow 15 D, Mxckeltgfzixet. Row 3: B, o , I.Perk1D5f T- W? 'Im de!! With a deadline staring them in the face, the '50 Eugenean staff got right to work pouring rubber cement on each other, losing copy, and cutting up pictures. After a semester of getting ads and fooling around with "dum- mies" fmodel annualsl, it happened. Lashing out with all the fury her 120 pounds could muster, Editor Gwen "Warden" Lounsbury calmly picked up her cat o' nine tails ' and after a few piercing cries the annual staff hopped into action Faced with the usual fmancial problem the staff changed rechanged and changed some more their annual Mounting pictures writing copy and thinking up clever captions were done at a terrific pace many of the staff members giving their spare time to beat the deadline The midnight Oll burned con tmuously those last few weeks Intruders of the privacy of Room 205 were given the cold stare treatment and soon realized their presence was not appreciated in this no man s land The pangs of hunger were not uncommon to the staff mem bers who often worked past dinner time unless someone ven tured to the store and secured such nourishing tidbits as ice cream cones Ritz crackers and tughll apple turnovers Now the Eugenean is completed the staff and Mrs Beacon adviser are eating regularly again and the editor has laid down her whip N Mo 2'c51fete""f"1f1 I G Q er Busmess Stall-ftqfson D 1 cms rxbe C Wan-:xg Lbuns b lm ODSIkL:mEER0I1Cl Staff urY B To GWEN L OUNSBURY, Edit OI' if I Forstrom S,- L Nee C Becnrsto Make Up Staff All Thr fi -,M Staff at Work i -H I , an , F I. s C. ' . 1 . X i -3444 fl , A I K 'X me KH A - . - . v 1 If Z' num . - . I v . b 'll I A V 4 I l 'M' 13 Y it ' wi . 3 Q wxtb-I-ix! Q 'i. . . 4 , - 2 3 - HAROLD ALLISON ff as ALAN WICKHAM mal dadwa Wheres my debate box? RUSSELL HENDRICKS Soclal Problems U-Xlllson s students! We of the Afhr matxve Our frrends VPD of the negat1ve crrme Ig Al s charts reports reports and more reports forgot my case Harold s Club ROBERT LY N K Pass the fly swatter Navarre AX GEORGE HADLEY Reports colored maps Lou1s1ana Purchase Speak for yourself Iohn tarlffs VEOLA WILMOT SEVILLA BERREMAN PAUL BURCH Role of the 1nd1v1dua1 I ll help Wrth Engltsh today names 1n the news T1s a tar far better thxng play records 1t you re good WILLIAM DEDMAN The Robe current events no notes next t1me revolutlons S11as Marner Ithe coal bm? I m atrard I tlunked the spelhng tests LYLE SMALL 22, lf fl .-ff A breather between debates. X1 ' X fra? if Z ,yy L 1950 State Team: Karl Petermann, Bob Glass, Craig Beairsto, Navarre Davis. "Ouch" . . . "What a stinkin' topic. How can you debate that?" This was the typical debater's response when the 1949-50 debate season's topic was announced "Re- solved, that the President of the United States should be elected by the direct vote of the people." As dire as the outlook Was, every member of "Big Al's" debate classes dug into the subject with grim determination, to make the varsity debate squad. The date for the year's first tournament rolled ominously around and on the morning of December l, nine select debaters rolled out of Eugene, headed for Forest Grove and the Pacific University speech tournament. As green as these debaters were, they managed to squeeze one first place trophy out of the excursion. But that was just a preview of what was to come! The most looked-forward-to tournament of the year, Linfield, was now uppermost in the minds of hopeful debaters. To make the coveted group that was to invade the town of McMinnville for this tourney meant an exhausting round of inter-class de- bates. Finally 28 joyful "speechsters" were selected for this trip. Eugene proved itself a "power" in the speech world by bringing home first place awards in Impromptu, Interview, and Debate, and also the Iunior Sweepstakes trophy. The keenest competition of the year comes when the Willamette forensics tournament is held in Salem. Each school entering must limit its number of entries, consequently, the field contains only the top notchers of each school. EHS again showed its good coaching and debate prowess by bringing home three of the four first place trophies, plus the sweepstakes. Finally the goal of every school in the state is the state speech :M contest held at the University of Oregon. The conclusion of the 1' year's activities showed these results. Eugene High School won second in the state in debate and second in impromptu speaking. Thus the year ended and the trophy cases adornin the halls of 1 9 EHS show the fruits of a successful year. Row I: V. Fennell, L. Nea, P. Barkla C. Moll, C. Tribe, B. Lengacher, I Kernn, B. Perkey, G. Abbott, I. Gus- tafson, K. Taylor. Row Z: L. Frolen C. Welch, L. Finley, M. McKy Coach, Harold Allison, B. Hamilton: D. Black, B. Darby, B. Leonard, S. Hayden, Y. Reed. Row 3: D. Mor- gan, K. Petermann, B. Glass, B Hendricks, D. Lowe, A. Karr, C Beairsto, N. Davin, C. Moore, D. Kopp, B. Ford. 1 GEBTYWDF' D zn.DA HAYES 8 BKERLFAN loan lS1Cl me G ace l K Li simgrsp speed tests he piece o P P iox busmess letters quick brown rhythm Lille Qgcnn h h? Pink 1 u See the n Sllps s1psS1i1ue slips While Shps Lcllcsllgvzt Iwqsn t Pped for the tournqme t Y Gbsenf n Bookkeeping debits cred1ts Darn my account doesnt balance dollar check oks bo ovef ue d a Qulel Please Where can I hzhve e ovemlghl books hmocefos Chg 1 an T descnpllon 0 MARY MALLER tract' How I M going. lrltgzlset J Sgeizcsr L swans cz on ow3 M Dungmog genaglcfrv CI 5529? E Gnf n H I h e o L G Wm A ff-wffg union LAUREL HIE!-T5 . ll, , . I - I '-I' 1, 'vs 0 ' ' ' ' LA sharp pencils . . . "think l'll write a million .. U, d . ',. I ' . , ll Y V n fs I is .4- lB.fi ' .. . H. i.Hd f . I ' ' Q ,. '- 'fi, j . . yen, ,B' ., ' I . rl. ' off I x.P-Html CP-Y ENE 1 to Dol X e Telephone calls . . . announcements attendance slips . . . pink slips tardy mon. l- ...skips . . . cut stencils . . . . . A ndi. K' Blunt , G' kl L, Darkins. Rgw 2: S- F3222 sfgg L. nenddnce cler Mrs Callahan ngewugd. Finley, Bgandfmf U S. Devine. 'r Otto, lo I Hoclgln' L' Row I: Mllglrdell I- Fosm' 1 Andeworl' R G Hf1me5'A Webb. I- " es' A Rlggs'rtQnh. M- Ne son' ' Abl?""' A' gill, if. Bell' C' Blame' N' Row I: Ie. Wildish, D. Hunsacker, S. Hayden, D. Iongeward, G. Knutson, M. Aydelott, A. Hodgin. D. Casey, Miss Mallery, adviser, I. Stelting, D. Swaggart, B. Lutz, I. McCracken, K. Patten, M In order to succeed in the business world one must know and understand people. With a strong belief in this principle the members ot the Commercial Club try to gain all the knowledge they can about business and those associated with it. They keep their meetings strictly informal, and are often told the "latest Word" by visiting alums who con- sent-to speak before the group. Activities they enjoy are: a Christmas party, an out- side spring party, and potlucks. We are informed the latter is enjoyed immensely but regretted later. It seems Velma Carpenter's cakes are too delicious. Row 2: . Sheary, D. Watson. Row 3: D. Smith, B. Masson, A. Iones, G. Abbott, I. Webb, D. Hart, V. Carpenter, A. Riggs, M. Nelson. Row 4: Miss Hayes, adviser, C. Tribe, A. Branham, L. Kinkade, K. Brunton, K. Sealy, B. Leng- acher, P. Iensen, L. Losey, L. Finke, B. Wilson. Row 5: P. Bell, B. Hamilton, S. Henry, F. Hein, I. Plaisted, L. Finley, N. Porter, N. Williams, Ia. Wildish. DONNA IONGEWARD President LA-QL I CA- fluence mam :mans Look F u Vert ng! e bu eb, sn Qs coe entecites Aggies Qnd raiwlcroscope Inetu Crtq? you sur s fum s Tlblq e 'hm that Q d n other bone F1bu1Q H S at the 11tt1 A mf-BY-L if Etectro Umts oi work irom Matter to A other test irom Magnetxc tnductxon n Oh boy a student the httte btue book Work eat Lmght d NNETH KIENZLE teacher ases and soh s KE ot hquxds g Mechamcs Fmat Test WILLIAM CURRY Left . ., Let u P o u n th Your hand! Out f e or that car' cgtch eCrsY nowl L U11 ' Ook ' ' ' Stop on hilli U I ' Slow . . . . . h and turn stick O t HeY I made it bd nv T3- BESSXE KP-M ARA "How do you erect a perpendicuta . xg 2x+3:0 . . . tsoscetes triangte parabota, quadratic ttnear equation - - "1 know I itunked that one . . . ' What do you know. 1 passed. OL A McDERMoTT we l Service Club sells M tickets for the I games at the court. l - 3 i ' 2 Hi Q Pfexy B fr b - ,, Q' Qmeeci. p1i9S1deS S. . U19 rn 209. Jeuuhe dui li The Service Club is just as the name implies a serv- ice organization. Besides selling and taking tickets at the football and basketball games the members dis- tributed pageant stickers downtown. One of their an- nual projects is passing out voters pamphlets twice a year to everyone in the city. This is a long and tiring task which is very hard on the feet, lprospective members with flat feet are rejected because they are physically unfit for this type of work.l For a service to the school they sold band booster buttons to help sponsor the band on its Alaska tour. This year for the first time a "lost and found plan" was used to try and encourage the students to take care of their belong- ings. The service club picks up all the books, etc., that are left on the lockers and in the halls. These things are taken to room 320 where the student must pay a nickel to redeem them. The plan has been very successful and will probably be a permanent thing at EHS. , ...J This year a pot-luck was held to usher in the new members. Row l: P. Schmit, L. Frolen, L. Kuykendall, G. Miles, D. Walker, D. Robb A. Branham, D Sieverts, I Powell, A. Wilkinson. Row 2: D. Collver, R. Page, I. Kopp, G. Russell, P. Campbell, D. Hindman, P. Carey' V Car ent I D l R fi wa,-N Service Club initiates. p er, . anie s. ow 3: M. Kraal, M. Griffiths, E. Patterson, E. Beier, C, Eldridge, B. Gifford, I., McGee D. Revelle, G. Kehrli, F. Hein, B. Perkey, C. Panther, Row 4: Turk, W, Knutson, A. Nelson, M. Martin H. Godwin, K. Haviland, C, Perkey, T. Oney, B. Bureker, D. Hxmber, B. Terpenmg, G. Ross, Bob Bureker President. jmllf, Qgsgm, f if QQ max if A ,-wif' .Iv 1 af PN PRED 64 Row! A Wmter S Groth H Bauman I Atwell I Fmdlay W Walker Row 2 S Gardner G Hugus K Havercrott B Mc Henry P Ferguson K Schaefer Row 3 I. Hlebert K Sealy I Plaxsted A Barton D Collver G Morley Row 4 S Henry D Iongeward A Gubrud I Nee B Wash burn C Eldridge G Miles D Swaggart R Kuykendall M Hardcastle Row 5 M Barber D Sleverts P Brown K Corley M Myers C Pxckett I Elckmeyer A Blu sell S Walker I Hoppe B Wzlson I Spencer R Page B Fegles Row 6 G West N Brown D Wrcal P Ware N Begg B Pxtcher N Porter V Berge Row 7 M Geelan I Terry K Sem C An derson D Chase C Martm B Montandon L Nee V Peterson W Kxphart G Proud i I Damels M Morgan G Barnett Row 8 O Crumroy D Goode C Emrrck D Black B Ford L Campbell D Conrad D Neeley D Adams SCHABYER Kiyueresldenl d bas Fccucylll :Q-ilfirrlz Sbxexrieltt lol llilllch Ol Dunes s1dem Rowl B McHenry I Colburn F Endlcott L Gubrud B Schmxdt Row 2 G Russell B Montandon K Gunderson H Russell I Wemstem Row 3 L Kuykendall Mr Dre bel advrser L Frolen C Welch I Pengra Row 4 Mr Kxenzle advrser G Vmcent T Warnock Introducmg the H1 Y Based on the pledge to create marntaln and extend throughout the school and communlty h1gh stand ards of Chnstxan character th1s group has proved rtsell Worthy of our respect All loyal guys and gals who managed to attend nearly every game Wrll remember the much appreclated loud speaker sys tem lurmshed by the H1 Y wh1ch under the able handhng of Chuck Buckl1n made the contests seem l1vel1er Club GCllV1l1eS conslst of potlucks and other socral affa1rs such as the annual Father and Son Banquet ln Ianuary and the Mother s Day Breakfast held every year Th1s year Lynn Iohnson and Don Paulus were selected by the group to represent them ln spr1ng dur1ng the State Model Leg1s lature at Salem The International Relatlons League has grown by leaps and bounds In tts th1rd year as an organized club at Eugene Hlgh the lnternatxonal Relatlons League boasts a membershxp of be tween 35 and 40 The club proposes to study problems rn mter natronal development Early rn Ianuary the club presented to the student body an assembly Forergn students attendmg the Un1vers1ty of Oregon descrlbed the school systems of France and Germany The IR L Clubs throughout the state ot Oregon held a con ference on the campus of the Un1vers1ty IH February Bob Glass ixRniember of the local club was elected state prestdent ol the Ofhcers of the club th1s year were Velma Carpenter presr dent Sally Hayden v1ce presrdent and Kathleen Taylor sec retary treasurer Airbag 1, ka? Pon, , Speak lgn sh-idents N at Ussembl Y The rumor is that you must watch out for flying pieces of Science Club members, test tubes, ana other miscellaneous junk, if you chance to walk by rooms 309 or 3ll on Science Club meeting afternoons. But actually things are slightly more peaceful. The club is split into three divisions: biology, chemistry-physics, and photography. The only actual experimentation goes on in the chemistry- physics division. The biology division works on special projects and goes on occasional field trips while the photography division takes pic- tures, does darkroom work, and sometimes has special programs. Officers were Fred Endicott, president: Iim Edwards, vice-presidentj and Bessie Hadsall, secretary. Divisions were headed by the following persons: Howard Russell, biology: Paul Dietrich, chemistry-physics: and Iim Colburn, photography. The Eugene High School Science Club is affiliated with the Oregon Academy of Science Clubs of America. CQUHCH Ambgssadorns wr the discuS5 pw nquel lr.-Sf' BQ "There will be a meeting of the Ambassadors in room 305: everyone is invited." This is a familiar announcement to all of us, and We know it means just what it says for this group is organized to pro- mote Christian fellowship. Boasting a membership near 80, they do not represent one certain church, but are interdenomina- tional. They provided the school with some fine entertainment when they presented the "Four Flats." This group was a delight- ful change from the usual programs. Activities carried on by the Ambassadors are: a banquet held the same night as the Prom, parties, and meetings every Thursday highlighted by visits from persons of varied musical talents. Row I: B. Chittock, F. Neuschwander, D. Ruhlman, C, Bucklin, B. Glass, K. Petermann, W. Kiphart. Row 2: 5 M. Keating, W. Moe-ll, D. lyams, N. Davis, B. Ford, V. Fennell, Mr. Potter, adviser. Row 3' C. Beairsto, DICK IIAMS s , D. Newman, F. Warnock, K. Haviland, L. Emrick, I.. Iohnson, D. Paulus, Mr. Hamlow, adviser. President V - ' .1 -X Qi Q W. J . Eff 4 Q -if 4 94 ali 4... VELMA CARPENTER Kn tson, B V. Berge, Hunt, President Ross Lamons liams, A. , C3 in-:qi If adviser. S Shreeve, Row2 :. Wilmot zter. Row 4 5: D. Neely . F1 37. it O 193' Row! P Burch advrser S Barr T Leonard D Brcnaugh A Summers K Gunderson Row2 I Hoog DON NASHOLM stud B Rankrn I Crumro S Neff B Lo an H R ll D N h 1 L h y g usse as o rn Io nson P1-esldenf on ks ashoxglgoguffe mr0'f on kr kmblmng Cru Mt Bur shoouhg Have you ever walked 1n on a meet1ng and found all those pres ent totrn r1fles7 Before you had t1me to turn and dash for the door you probably were told by a member that rt wasn t the begxnmng of a revolutlon but just a calm gather1ng of the Rltle Club fWe can hasten to add rt really would be a poor place for teachers on report card day l Perhaps 1f you stayed long enough you were allowed to sample the ple and 1ce cream That xs rf the club was hold1ng a pre shoot The wlnners are treated to ple and rce cream and the members l1ke It so well they have these contests once a month Even 1f the rrile club sounds l1ke 1ust a lot of fun 1t has 1ts ser1ous s1de too All fellas should take advantage of the useful tra1n1ng lt offers on gun handhng The purpose of the club IS to develop better marksmanshrp and to if f. .W .5 5, fx 1 ,Q , 1 V DQ A is My ffl' ,, lk fT,5,pgf,1, 3 L. 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I , - I , . ahmcmd The Chess Club of EHS IS made up of chessnuts who spend thelr noon hour droohng over a black and whrte squared chess board whrle the saner members of the1r class rndulge 1n perhaps less strmulatmg but more actlve events at lun htrme Both chess players fthe game 1S played by two at a txmel have a certaxn number of thlngamagrgs at therr d1sposal and the purpose of the game las told to me by a bleary eyed memberl IS to Iprelyent the opponent s Krng from movrng by hold1ng h1m 1n c ec Because of the great need of concentrat1on powers the chess player generally controls much of the f1nest gray matter 1n cap t1v1ty Mr Wtckham was advrser and coach to the club garn knowledge of the use of the r1tle Wzckhqm IP cggggiendrrc BOB WARREN I. Gubrud B Warren I Feeney M Nrelson M Martin V Robrnson M Hendrxcks C Ketchum N Fend Presldenf rxch B Savrlle RUTH BEACON 9 X h cottege prep ves Senxor Eng xs possessx trance exam h rs H the L TTS en student teac e wortd s a stage and GH the themes due Mon cm This is rl h peopl 9 e lets bf lsltflotv N IICIIDD S I e quiet Ow H Nash ere S Q gin b Qlnt O 00k re n P01-fs Whlt e b Y Ogde shu-ts e h S o es n EDGAR GOODNOUGH ELIZABET NELSONH lc e Cream Con es SPOI-t now Xet s pu cxmsh or tcxvor own our penctts x two stones wxt o ctose YI book e March song Et tu Brutus ldes ot G NXP4 W bud t st Canasta uguggo .- ' . . . UA ' ' peo- pt " . . . d Y. I . ' I . . ' - , U ' . "Mr- HP .. ' I I ' I Q d ' " . . . Sp . . . UKXX h ne WYEST ' 5 Rowl B Montandon C Brown Y M d gan K Ha ercroft, A. Wilkinson, G. Miles, Miss E. Nelson, adviser Row 2 G Ba nett I F sher I McGee G Titc mb D. Iongeward, B. Washburn, D. Casey, M. Lee. Row 3 L Finley L Andreason M K l L Davis B Schurman, I. Petersen, C. Eldridge. Row 4: P. Cass, L. Em rick G Ross A Lamons P Ba kla, B. Chittock, V. Fennell, N. Davis. MARY President A favorite saying with all Spanish students is, "Caye Muerto." Probably the rest of you will understand it better in English. lt's just plain "Drop Dead!" If you like to be original and speak to your friends in this romantic language you should take it for a year. This entitles you to membership in the Spanish Club which is organized to promote and create interest in the Spanish language and culture. It you're not too interested in culture you still can have lots of fun and meet new friends. A main attraction is the frequent potlucks held whenever a member decides he's hungry. Also on their activity list the Spanish Clubbers have a Christmas party which is fashioned after those in Spain and South America with observance of many Spanish customs. An event enjoyed by the entire student body is the assembly presented by this club. Last year for the first time the Spanish Club sponsored a Pan- American Banquet which was given at the Osburn Hotel. All Spanish students from St. Mary's, Uni. High, and Springfield were invited. The banquet was such a success it was repeated this year. How 1 I Lundy D Smeed C Moll, E. Nelson, adviser. Row 2: M. McKy, C. Seymour, I. Taylor, L. White. "..7'vG',' Q, 'ff' 1lQ'.f -S-if '27 I ldmdud Inter nos bellam is the motto of the Latin Club and for those ever passed through the portals of few poor souls who have n " " Th urpose of the club is to 214 it means between us. e p t ken at least one bring together those students who have a ' ' ' ' rimarily social, including com year of Latin. Activities are p ' ' emember the "Alley Oop munity service prolects, etc. If you r assembly on December 13 then perhaps you will remember ' L t' club. Other all-school activities that it was put on by the a in ' l th'n for a school 1n France included a collection of used c o 1 g ' ' uch as a Chnst Club act1v1t1es are parties during the year s h arty. This year's officers were mas and an ldes of Marc p President, Mary Ellen Kraalg Vice-President, Billie Hamilton and Secretary Treasurer D Elda Casey I0YCe M instructsifji In Ullasta atm Clu ,...- ,,... wi p-30 1 B Lt C Patten A H ttman 31 Spc r V West I-A Carta Blanche Iete d Or Parlay Vous France The only h ou can hear these place in Eugene High School w ere y immemorlal words IS from the ruby lips of a member of our honored French Club French I have heard was once the international language W other students of the language of mtrigue and romance e 1 envy the French Club for the1r Eugene High School certain y ab1l1t to speak this marvelous language with fluency and Y understanding d n of the The study of French gives not only an understan 1 g 1 d e of French customs One hnal language but also a know e g wo L America' rd to say about French Vive a Howl B Harnden K Taylor I Day D Revel b G Iackson B Glmore S George S Schmidt B Gitord A R h ds How C Wourms I Pall tt G Wylie Row4 B Kellogg B Hartford Tri e adviser I Chase F Con I G t tson R Falk B Bureker P B kla C Brown R ZEP rsonC BOBBETTE G Presldent ILMORE French C1 Plans for sgggkes 4-., RY! Pl NORR Me adid- GT Patterns where s the z1PP BETTY pm ta e mt xn a htkle more a omvuncwou the wcnst add G P1110 Oi Sal are the potatoes done IGC xpes steaks washm9 YS C ARL BLO OD Use Q 3 45 ,H on rms dy-CWI rlflngle T S h g board h Conlhpaguqfe 1-gh stools S ar p Pen C113 Us e a 114 scale me x gli 5 flf,QJNgxLD xgsa v1ses chxsels HE ceda hesls lamps nu bowls lacquer P1 a ma sPr1 rge rofgl egg? L ng Crops CLOYD MAKXN SON n g Crops C OIIYOU1' plowlng OWS CO ws alfalf WMM X Get Acquarnted Party Imtratron for Home Ec Club 1 MLB Mary Ann McKy and k . ' I Amta Hamrlton sell flow Q Q booth for new members before mrtratron ! ' . l Q ers at the Valentxne Home EC IS always a favorlte class wrth the g1rls and a few hke to carry on some type of tra1n1ng out of class For these g1rls we have at Eugene H1gh a Home Ec Club 1ts ma1n purpose berng to serve the school and communlty The servlces they performed for the school th1s year were sellrng sclssors to help hnance the band on 1ts Alaska tour and plann1ng the set t1ng for the Thesplan play Pr1de and Prey udrce At Chrlstmas and Thanksg1v1ng they help the needy fam1l1es by sendmg them food and other necessary rtems A fam1l1ar affarr to all IS the annual Valen t1ne booth where students may order gardenlas or carnat1ons for the g1rl or boy ot the1r chomce The Ceemoh Club bel1eves 1n a frrendly at mosphere and to help th1s along they have a get acquamted potluck at Halloween for new members and a Mother s tea 1n the sprrng Thxs tea IS h1gh llghted by a style show put on by the g1rls Howl C Moore D Hubbard G Abbott I Kardell A Hamxlton R Otto B Graber B McHenry K Mere wether K Taylor B Gravos H Kuntz L Murphy I Thomas I Wxllxamson P Schmxt R W1CkS Row 2 D Sxeverts B Masson B Gxfford I I-'orstrom L Slttner B Stokes E Harns M Nelson H Reece M Maughn S Henry L Dxrlmple P Farmer M Simmons I Poull Mrs Wourmmgton advrser Row 3 D Sleverts C Anderson B Eade B Harnden L Rxchmond N Otto E Curfman W Woodford R Kmg B Lemmer S Leege B Caddy M McKy Row 4 D Slegmund B Barker R Mclntyre L Fmke B Turk BARBARA GRAVOS Presrdent -'Lv 334, U? t..-"""" feeds his The Eugene Chapter has topped the state of Ore- gon for the second consecutive year in the dairy judging contest at the Pacific International show. Iohnny Kommer won one hundred dollars in the na- tional electrical contest. This is only a small part of the good record made by the F.F.A. in Eugene. In ad- dition to this, of the thirty-seven boys in the state making state farmer degrees last spring, three were from Eugene. The purpose of this organization is told effectively in just a few words "Learning to do, doing to learn, earning to live, and living to serve." The boys are kept busy with many activities such I, WW rj-,A.. mu , K 2 25455 li FIRST 'K Laitxgvinf We A 5 v w 5 as '22 WXSS' ' XX if i mv 1 .f N rr ' 32" rf FA. Q am g'L....' 'f',,. 733552 ,Q B -305, PALE. W W 48 -948 'x .ff if D l 2 g . . ' g - ,X . Wfiwl""" f 4 H, M ' f , W W' - " ' W T ' in :M ., "' A future ggs ko tqckserry Cave tcrmer 1295 e place up G first teil their Cge' pellllqnf. Row 1: L. King, I... Hackett, D. Parks, G. Haldorson, R. HllH.DRtt.R 2:L.R ,I.Wad n,E.Ad 261 u , u e e ow ogerx ma - mire, M. Simmons, M. Towlerton, T. Cave. How 3: G. Burrell, D. Kloak, I. Griffith., D. Tallent, B. McCarty, Mr. GLENN Makmson. P S resident ON Dick Hun chiflkens' 1. J. 6. as exhibiting at fairs, livestock judging, public speak- ing, parliamentary practice, district shop contests, basketball, co-op activities, national and state con- tests, camping trips, and a yearly parent-son ban- quet. To give them sufficient time to enjoy these ac- tivities they are allowed membership for three years after graduation. A helpful service sponsored by the EEA. is starting the boys in farming by giving them purebred live- stock, paying them for doing a good job of farming and giving scholarships to help them advance their education. In this way the boys are encouraged to become leaders of their community. msn-u-:R am ggrnu can Q4 O young Lochmvar enuncmatron drama radlo broadcasts Take d one JELMA that hne over agarn three an :CALL halt mmute speeches Monday Take the gu rn out oi your mouth' ROY MALLERY Y xml Deslg: H nijher be 'I Rembrandt Perspectwe strcxil Modern Art ere s the turp? CIGY Ceramlcs RUSSELL HARRISON Crescendo that s a dotted note' h be pear shaped tones start att e gmmng agaln s1t strarght mu sxcal programs BYRON MILLER All nght People new umforms march Parade of Stars st t Cont Q es Alaska March of Dmiei Beneht D ance Band prom MUSIC 45 '61 P , I s it 1 ' R A BOB CHITTOCK Row I: M. Griener, P. Ferguson, D. Carpenter, D. Wilcox, M. Sheary, I.. Rohlffs, M. Anderson, B. Walrath. " ,, President Row 2: D. Kopp, M. McKy, C. Tribe, C. Seymour, M. Arndt, I. Daniels, D. Hart. Row 3: S. Gardner, A. Black- well, C. Wourms, G. Grieve, D. Hubbard, S. Devine, A. Hamilton. Row 4: C. Everts, B. Chittock, W. Moell, I. Gustafson, L. Nee, B. R - Morris. Dont faint kids, but the basis of this club is dramatics. You 'i'V f W might have heard a Thespian mutter, "Is this a dagger I see f I ' , ' before me?" and wondered why the poor soul didn't buy I glasses. Then you realized that it wasn't a case of poor eyesight 5 I ' A A it . 0 ' but a touch of Shakespeare-eye-tis. , "' .J . I We all remember the much publicized school play, "Pride and , ,... . . Prejudice" which was a big success. This play was sponsored by 1. the Thespians. In the spring they held a formal banquet to initiate new Glnitiqzion qt members. erhflger HGH Are you the type of individual who can't paint a straight line? Well don't worry, the experts say it's impossible. Even with the odds against us we still have a few in EHS who refuse to recognize this fact. These people with undying spirit have organized an art club. I don't know for sure, but maybe their purpose is to succeed in painting a straight line. If you are wondering what all this club chat is for, it is simply to bring us to the subject of the Paletteers. We know their purpose is more worthy than the afore mentioned. It is to further the interest in art and to discover and develop artistic ability. All clubs and organizations are famiilar with the old saying, when publicity is needed "Send for Ioanie and her Paletteersf' The club has really proved itself to be useful and a great convenience. To create interest and a goal for'its members the group has set up an hour system. For every hour of service done in the name of the Paletteers, a member Initiation is creditetd with an hour toward his pin. After accumulating SU such hours the person is given his hard earned award. Other activities fwhen they find time for theml include an assembly, which was held in February, based on superstition, and a Christmas party. 5 Row I: I. Lundy, I. Pallett, I. Martin, I. Webb, B. Ranes. Row 2: Roy Mal- lery, adviser, P. Hadsall, F. Cox, M. Keating, I. Gustafson, I. Mclntosh, WWI, S. George, I. MacKinnon, L. Nee, D. Smith. Row 3: M. McKy, B. Glass D. Dion, B. Petzold, C. Gardner, M. Lee, S. Gardner, I. Kerns, B. Ford nt L. Emrick, D. Fields, B. Singleton. Row 4: D. Himber, R. Warl-Kenton, H. Sittner, C. Lucas, I. Green, K. White, B. Swager, G. Baumen, A. Blackwell t if G. Titcomb, D. Kopp, G. Iackson, B. Harnden, I. Wylie, A. Richards, E. Wil I liams, R. Taylor, C. Moore, A. Olson. Row 5: B. Hathaway, A. Iones, A ' if Gaudion, M. McKenzie, C. Shumway, I. Kopp, I. Gustafson, A. Erickson Q B. Allison. f preside mf' , ai NN P- 5Pf5,NlCK MABEL DBVOS LlLLlAN LYNCH HM 3ERWlClC HENR NILSEKJ HENRY KUCHERA DUAN MELLEFI About lace . . . showers . . . iii- und the gym . . . state teen laps aro ym . . . physical tests . . . new g trips to 19th and Lawrence . . baseball. Alcoh 1 I beds . . 'Lwhlte excuses . . 1 knows us Bones . . . tirst aid . . . test on s lints. skeleton . . . bandages . . . p Guard that guy Q ll Prexy Dave wields the paddle. That hand on your shoulder after you have run down the hall, and the request to appear in room 212 at noon on Wednesday when you try to crowd in the cafeteria linep all are part of that "dainty" organiza- tion known as the "E" Club. Any fellow who has earned his eight inch letter and has the stamina to survive the initiation can become a member of the "E" Club whose prime purpose is to patrol the halls, keep order at sports events and all school activities. Violaters of the peaceful serenity of EHS had to President EH Club on noon patrol contend with the wrath of President Dave Lowe. Two time losers meet with the usual remuneration eagerly provided by the members present. An intramural basketball league, directed by Drew Vincent, was a part of the activities sponsored by the club. As a special contribution to the student body, the "E" Clubbers purchased a new State Basketball Championship Trophy to replace the one stolen last year. Howl D Ruhlman Dave Lowe fkneelmgl N Davis Row Z H Russell I Aiken D Iohnson D Vincent DAVE LOWE Ma Barber Row 3 L Hammerquist D Crawford Row4 B Logan M Ietteris D Black C Van Arnam W Reiser How5 F Stokes D Sxegmund G Lewis W Knudson D Parsons C Hollis B Stott C Hodges niacin x x A xy D' 1 E orstrom, G. Bevard, K. Snoen,B. Kennedy, Gustafson, A. Fish, S. Shreeve. I: Y ' Ournument. ' JY fi in .Sit 'viii . I l V 'E' U B. Gilmore, M. Erickson, P. Beacon, C. M. Early, S. Wilson. Row 2: A. Bran- McKenzie, S, Sloan, M. Cross, Ia. Wildish D. Cruzan. Row 3: G G. Iackson, B. Clark, D. Wood, I. White, 4: S. Ieske, I. Kerns, Kopp, A. Blackwell, Gardner, Ie. Wildish. M. Linder, E. Fortt, I. D. Stenshoel, M. S, Wright. Row Ieske, M. Fulton, D. Sutton S, Lipstt, M. M. VonT . DeIard1n, D. Peterson, I. Taylor, D. G. Lounshury, B. Gravos. Row 2: A. Riggs, P. Iensen, I. Webb, D. I. Gustafson. Row 3: M. I, Fisher, B. Washburn, M. M. McKy, B. Darby, B. Les- Iongeward, I. Anderson. Row 4: B. Sin- B. Wilson, G. Abbott, P. Tomlin, N. Finley, I. Peterson, E. Schiewe, E. I. Nee. Row 5: G. Haines, I. Buck- VV1lcox, D. Casey, B. Kellogg, I. R. Otto, I. Soutward, A. Richards. I. Green, C. Tribe, S. Schmidt, K. Brun- Iones, C. Wourms, P. Miller, I. Pallett, G. Grieve, B. Lengacher. IOAN GUSTAFSON President 1 l . "Let's bring 'em out of the huddle kids." Oh Yes! Tfiiquiet demure Gus shouting little pep talks to her c u . We're all familiar with the purpose and functions of the Pep Club, and how it backs the team at the games. When they're not at the games there is something else up the sleeve of their white sweaters. For in- stance the banquets during the year for the teams. Our coaches, we have been told, always tear the worst, but no one has ever developed a bad case ot rigor mortis after one of these delicious t?l dinners. Inq the team G' me l during State .rl Pep Club Assembly, "Kuch" gives us the word while the "team" E if iz gjjt looks on. ' inf! .QRS I Fellas receiving honors at these banquets were: Wayne Oldham, football, and Mel Ietteris, basketball. A pet peeve with the members is the hard-to-keep clean white sweaters. The games come so thick and fast their sweaters broadcast the shade of their loy- alty with varying degrees ot grey. But it you don't think the gals are proud ot them black or white, you can guess again! And lest we forget, remember the pleading little eyes as they twisted your arm and begged you to buy a guide or program at the state tournament? How could you forget? Pep Club Selllllg if 5 QU' Drogrqnijii Tsai tournqmeme Kneelmg D Mrcklewart G Cash Howl D Hart R Mxltonberger C Gardner S Sloan G Iackson M McWrll1ams P Tomlm I McNe1l B Coen Row 2 I Peterson B Kellogg B Schurman P Washburn B Carlson I McGee F Hem I Gustafson C Shumway I Green Howl? P Van Rysselbergh A Romrg rd-4 f 'W - N X zu" f? q-'O P Kellrs K Havrland I Pengra S Couch LOIS FROLEN Presldent The Pack Rats IS a group of guys that l1ke to h1ke and chmb Gerry Honey the presxdent beheves rn mformahty and Rob ert s Rules of Order are strlctly tabu at the1r meetrngs A note of 1ntense 1nterest to the mountam clunbers IS the chmbtng school conducted by the Pack Rats Maybe mtormal rs the password but educat1on IS a byword The members are lnstructed 1n f1rst a1d how to c11mb camp and h1ke safely and even the art of cookmg lYou g1rls better m terest brother m th1s club for the latter reason I Hoods oft' Sk1ers It you can t guess why I ll tell you The Pack Rats were the mam spark rn skr act1v1t1es for EHS You owe the foundmg ol your club to them Howl C Moll C Iorxes R Wrcks M Fulton M Kyte B Turk B Spores I Falk B Mart B Hunter B Kennedy I Potter Row 2 M Mortensen D Renshaw M Teague R Wrlson C Martrn I Lxlley S Wrxght P Ieske L Fmley Row 3 G Knutson I Terry G Hugus L Iackson L Srttner A Brownf N Mrclrelson I Merker S Cummrns L I-'ox D Byrnes P McVay Row 4 M Early G Napper I Goldxng R Page H Baumer B Prrckett K Satterlreld D Ayres C Prckett Miss DeVos advxser Row5 M Ayde lott P Kelly S Hayden A Grllett S Lrpsrt C Snook M Lrnder D Tye B Houck P Campbell B Cush man Row 6 P Schmrt L Carter M Van Tassel P Weakley E Fortt L I-'rolen K Sealy I Kopp 50 D Iongeward P Washburn K Corley GLENDENE KNUTSON Presldent Y' I q 4' I C K L , ' 5 I I I I ' . I I it ....... Kzls I It K 9 I 9 X 'I A b . . . . ' - 5 K I I I . . I I u I. 'Q - ' C . gl b .iv , 1 . . . . . I . j v - . . . . 5 . I I I l I - d Q1 I. ,il ' . . ' . ,reef ' - - . ' . ' ' . U ,R Q -I x Q - 'xv' i , f s I 9 I , ' ' g IQ . ff 6 5 Al I' , V it-+ A V JV 4' 4 D S3 ' 14 : QW 395.1 I ,lv ' ,v + X H R K K I ,, I , 8' f 0 ' ' , I K' 3 , I h 'I "?s.. Q' - W' ,f -I tg 1 ta W I Skiers entertmg r digs, akzdud The Ski Club: That group that dares to match their skill and courage against the biting cold and the drifting snow of the dense North woods. Every weekend they could be found in the exhilarating atmosphere of the Hoodoo Bowl on the Wil- lamette Pass, either skiing on the territyingly steep slopes or, which is more likely, grouped around a roaring fire inside the lodge. This year the club was distinguished by having within its ranks two outstanding skiers, Sharon Gardner and Shirley Couch, who competed in several cross country races locally mselves lo GH the hom the mea. and also in one race in California. 35 4231 K. Haviland, I. Wycoft, G. Honey, Mr. Lyons, adviser, H. Iack. fi. 6. G. The G.A.A. sponsors a year long program of activities de- signed to give every girl an opportunity to take part in a sport of her choice. The program begins in the fall with pot- lucks and continues through with volley ball, basketball, softball, tennis, and badminton. At a dessert luncheon in the spring, pins, awards, and other honors are given to those who had earned them. GERRY HONEY President s, 5 Inifiati 011. Bob Schmit gives Rally Squad a much needed "dressing down." Lawn fielifl X.-enfldchet gmbvd , qfxbe Caihelme Bob Runes GXGSS Bob aiiee "On Eugene-" It all started when a bunch of trembling kids stood before the student council, trying out for those much coveted positions on the Eugene High Squad. The vote was cast, the results posted, and then ten deliriously happy students could see before them a whole year of fun and glory. But all was not fun and glory, as they soon realized. First there were the weeks of practice before school started in the fall, and then the first game! "What Will the kids think of us, will my friends think I'm good or bad?" "Am I loose enough?" These were the questions which raged through the minds of every member of the green rally squad. Finally. after a few games of seasoning the jubilant pepsters gained their Confidence and carried on through the foot- the S Ka u ful' mon zo Lundy libel Br I 'K I G ball season, effervescing with enthusiasm and good EHS spirit. The pep club cmd other spectators were delighted, surprised and even sometimes disgusted by the rally-squad- der's antics and spills. After football, came the much looked-forward- to basketball season, and the "old hands" went bounding into it with great expectations Which, in the end, were fulfilled when this year's rally squad became the first in a long line of ralliers, to go to both the state football and basketball tournaments, to cheer for the valiant Axemen. And so, a great year ended: each member of the rally squad thought this was the greatest year ever, and that their efforts played at least a small part in helping the Axernen to victory after victory. And S Fey jones Qlldl-Q Sch Hzi df 'his he ve The girls go through their paces. Bob and Lee roar out with the Team. 4-J ,i ..., Y. f J? E ,f .4 if J 51 ' ,As 4 4' .4 0 15 'W fb 9 U A Eggagg '5 ? Q ' Qs? ' ky, , A, 43 ,. .13 A4 a 4 Q 41, yy 1 1 HN vang.. -l'.."" 0 .4 1 , ,, Q, , V 5 , 'ii , gf? ff ff" .Q 'W 4-A 1 mf 1 Y 5 -4 "iq If? K X if: W u , t 149.1 'WHL Q, K y' K. A yn gh, .QL 1: , 'Q Q V , ' 1 A Q fini, -L A 1 Q I , ,Nr A f, X X. Q -V f l 1-Q. sf 4 . . 1 'i A K :ggi n.f uhfdii 'ill pw .M aim Us Howl D Ruhlman C Hodges D Hebert Captaml Barnes D Peake B Stott W Knudson Manager Row 2 Coach Mellem I Lessel M Ietferxs B Logan B Hall D Siegmund F Stokes G Lewis L Hammerqulst Having won the District 3 Championship Eugene pitted against Woodburn in the play- offs lor the bid to the State Tournament. The mighty Axernen nine from Hatchetville defeated the Woodburn Bulldogs at Howe Field on the University of Oregon campus. From here the Axemen werent to be fiddled with. First came Central Catholic of Portland. Gene Lewis pitched the Eugene team to a 3-2 victory in IU innings. Klamath Falls was the next team to fall to the sharp axe of Eugene High. This time Iohn Lessel pitched 6 hit ball to come out with a 7-6 verdict over the Pelicans from down South. The State second best. ff? Warren Knudson, Manager. oqch D Uqn B Melleln The pitching statt: I. Lessel, D. Siegmund, G. Lewis. Duane Mellem was selected to coach the Up- State All-Stars in Portland on Iune 2 against the Portland All-Stars in which the Up-Staters won 10-4. Iimmy Barnes, the Captain and shortstop of Eugene, played for the Up-Staters. When the All-Star team was announced, the Eugene members were Gene Lewis, pitcher, Iimmy Barnes, infielder, Don Siegmund, out- fielder, and Mel Iefferis, utility man. This gave Eugene a very good representation in the State. Coach Duane Mellem. .442 Then came the big night in Portland's Vaughn Street Park with the Roosevelt Roughriders striving for the Championship. Coach Duane Mellem started southpaw Don Siegmund but the nervous jitters held the Axemen down while Roosevelt scored 5 runs on the 5 errors of Eu- gene. Although Eugene threatened in the final inning with the bases loaded, all that they could scrape up were 2 runs. This left Eugene on the short end of a 5-2 count. Eugene dropped to Roosevelt, but we can still say we were second best in the state. Captain Iimmy Barnes with trophy. CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES EHS . 3 Central Catholic. . . Q I I EHS . 7 Klamath Falls . . ,V ,Y mama ' ' .., EHS . 2 Roosevelt . . . s Q 33: 15 'P A At the close of the l949 football season the Eugene High School Axemen had com plled the schools best record slnce the l946 campalgn 6 Wrns Z losses and 2 tres Much of the credrt for thls success must go to the head coach Hank N1lsen and h1s lrne coach hm Berwlck These two took a group of lnexpenenced boys and molded them 1nto one of the best teams tn the state As for the season rtselt the Axemen made the1r 1n1t1al appearance on the newly turted C1v1c Stad1um held 1n the tlrst annual football 1amboree and combmed wrth Iunctlon C1ty to defeat Cottage Grove and Umverslty Hrgh 14 6 The next week Eugene looked very rmpresslve defeatmg the Myrtle Polnt Bobcats Drsplayrng an array ot last backs and a green but rugged hne Hank N1lsen s boys completely outclassed Myrtle Pornt by a score ol Z0 13 Th1s hnal score IS not 1nd1ca tlve ot the one srdedness ot the game Followlng the1r encounter Wllh Myrtle Pomt Eugene played the1r hrst B1g Srx game aga1nst the Sprlngheld Mrllers The Axemen l1ne played one ot the1r most out standxng games openmg tremendous holes tn the Mrller hne allowrng Eugene s last backs to run wrld The scor1ng was clrmaxed by Bob Peltola s forty hve yard run to score Eugene s fourth and hnal touchdown The hnal score Eugene 27 Sprmgtxeld U Eugene next met the Bend Lava Bears and after tra1l1ng at halttlme by a score of 6 0 1t seemed as though the trrp over the lava beds to Bend had been 1n va1n It was a dltterent story 1n the second half however and wrth the scorxng punch provrded by Mannrng Barber the Axemen brought home the vlctory 1n a great game F1nal score Eugene l3 Bend 6 The h1gh r1d1ng Axemen prcked up their fourth stralght vrctory at the expense of the Cottage Grove Llons by a 27 0 count Leadlng at halthme by a 7 O count Eugene really rolled 1n the th1rd and fourth perlods Hav1ng a pretty easy opponent the coaches swept the bench rn us1ng th1rty players Next Fr1day however the Eugene Axemen met the1r match rn the Albany Bull dogs Albany completely stopped the Axemen throughout the hrst half W1th an elght man lrne Eugene started movrng rn the second halt and after two touchdowns took the lead 19 7 after four and a half m1nutes of play But the Bulldogs turned on the steam to t1e up the game and go on to w1n 20 19 9 'Q v 1' 5 if W 5 9'-'vww'M'Q'tW4Wf!fRH'i,glgE"1Q' '38 mr' new , 4:4649 3 A6 5 1 A .1111 4.51 ,AL '41, f 3532 JY glial' -r Row I D Sregmund L Coons W Oldham D Lowe L Harnrnerquxst D Parsons M Ietferts How Z A Rom1g B McCarty P Wolff B Eady A Karr B Schaefer H Hudspeth Row 3 W Porter D Tallent L Mlller F Andreason D Collms D Hunter D Iensen How 4 Ma Barber W Russell Me Barber Row 5 B Stott D Morrxs B Peltola Row 6 W Walker l Arken C Hodges D Crawlord R Grllllan . 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A . 1 . i x "fi-Y Q - JT4 mf, '55 ' .A 4 z K if , I. wily R V 'r wk f'-Jig' " 15"--ff, 12 ' ., . , 4.,,iii-.- . ,V 11 ' 4, t I 3 411' I-, 'L ,ni-Q"-QE, ,, 1, ,., - VX EFA. T.:,:5,4:,f.,.g, , . w as 1 1' assi . , fx- ' , . . , 5, f X 5 .Y 5 Q 5 l .H ' Q ., N- A J, f .. ' ....,, - b . . ' H. . fx. H.: w -if - . .QQ ' A1322 4, ,jgw ug . ., ,. . .. f., .Q x . . " b ,, . 4 n A ,,-M Merritt Barber f12l makes an unsuccess- Z-yg,,t, Q.. J ful attempt to stop Salem's Rock l45l from scoring. , maui 1.. ,f ,, back. " " N l l 'W , I ' , . Dean . Barbeffyldu 1 W- el, ,, 'fi' 4 11" y f Parsons, Tackl Manning g , I r g f , foggy e if I ' Q11 VY y .,..,, 1 Zl.. , AIAZ ,,,V A A yZ,,m-,,,,,V ko A l' W ww f wil? "0f5jf:ii',i:yQlL:f5l'fwf V' A ,,,,Q,'W-N4,.',svf"'f.rH5 .5ew if .4 1' 'Q . Mel Iefferis, End. After this Eugene met its cross-town rivals, the Uni-Hi Tiders, in a muddy contest that turned out to be the disappointment of the season. Still smarting from last year's 13-6 defeat, Eugene could not get anywhere and as the final gun sounded, Uni High went off the field, keeping its undefeated record by holding the Axemen to a 0-0 dead- lock. Eugene carried its slump into the next week when they met the Marshfield contin- gent. The smooth working Pirates, sparked by their classy quarterback, Barney Hol- land, Completely outclassed Eugene and won 19-6. However, against Salem, Eugene bounced back and outclassed a favored Salem eleven. It was this 19-13 victory against the Vikings that gave Eugene the district bid and the right to play the Marshfield Pirates in the quarterfinals. Going into the prep quarterfinals the Axemen, although they played a very good game, lost out to the stronger Marshfield club. The game ended in a 8-6 tie with the Pirates outscoring Eugene 9-4 in first downs, fr " an 5-.1414 Leon Hammefqm any C0011 A Eugene lineman gets a hold on Albany's Spreen 1389 as Aiken 1Z3l, Lowe 1137, and Hudspeth 1263 move in to assist. Thus, the season's play completed, it came time to sum up and select the team's outstanding players. Dave Lowe, Don Siegmund, and Merritt Barber Were named to the first string District All Star team. Virtually all but a few of the remaining starters for Eugene were named to the team. Co-captain Dave Lowe and Don Siegmund brought more honor to the school when they were selected to play on the All Star Team in the Shrine game held each year at the Multnomah Stadium in Portland. Each year the highlight of every football award assembly is the presentation of the Simmons Cup. This year's award was given to co-Captain Cece Hodges for his inspi- rational play on the team. But as any coach will tell you it's not just the individual stars that make up the team, it is every squad member working together that makes an outstanding team such as that of the 1949 season. ' ya, 4 , 4 me -'.' - , .WH ' ,f . ..- v .go LL.. fu i ' . M N- R gfrrf ' Q, st, G'-'md' , I. if 1 A , . gf, . ' 1 ' ' 'ze' ' , . in . " '.'..v"?,,."5 .,1.,3,f1,L,-.,,- -I , -- . V ,fl - n 1, ', h . 3, .R "Q, v - Wayne Oldham, Guard. S' Tflckl e , 1 31 . s ,kg ,age f Q, N . 009' 5 we -- 73 11? . . g g , -x-Q. ,gg M V S i my , Q .Q-3, g.,-,f-as V r,1,,'Jff gjtl3n,mq4h5,i if " ,I ,., i' f:,,. 'f' :fm Ierry Aiken, Fullback. Wally Russell, Quarterback. Bill McCarty, Tackle Don Siegmund 1251, Dave Lowe 1137, and an unideniiiied player, combine eiiorts to stop a Springfield back. i 1 . a lohnmf Dorlcm Hlmbgdiigers. 1 1 Eugene . Salem . Albany . Bend . . Springfield BIG SIX STANDINGS Won Lost . 4 1 . 3 2 . 3 1 1 4 U 5 i This year two new coaches, Hank Nilsen and lim Ber- wick, were introduced at Eugene High when it was de- cided that the coaching should be split between several men. Nilsen was not altogether unfamiliar with Eugeneans. Hank started as blocking back on the Oregon teams ot 1936, '37, and '38. After graduating from Oregon Nilsen spent one year as backfield coach at Linfield College before going to Bend in 1940. He returned to Bend, after spending tour years in the army, in 1946 where he remained until last year. Iim Berwick proved to be an able assistant in han- dling the varsity's line. lim won a fine reputation while playing college ball as a defensive linesman. Berwick captained Oregon's 1948 Cotton Bowl line. Assisting Nilsen and Berwick this year were Duane Mellem, baseball coach, and Burt Kerns. These two turned out one of the best Iunior Varsity teams seen at Eugene High in many years. Coach Nilsen views the qame at the First Annual Iamboree. A Cottage Grove back is stopped after a short gain by Ierry Aiken l23l and Merritt Barber 1127. 4- inf P 'A f-P ' A 2' , w k 4 5 0 i i 1, T' X 1 , , 1 5 v .' f 4 at W A W' ' Ziff iv j , W , A , r ig , fl, A Q? Q , A , A-"wf f 1 f .QSEWS5 '3 H 1 ,1 . .f5:.v1:1.V.-.A-ZA' 1 K , if 1 ,t 112: K fa 'Z 1 4 i 5 , I ff Y f 14 ' ,w " ., 5 A ' , we , K , ,f 2, V , , , ' in , V 'Y "M nf 'X X f u Q, 1 , 1 , sh fig ,, ' Z, A 1 ' 4 , g 4' . W f 9 4 'W n,,6L -1 " fl W W f .fw"1gMf,'ef'm'1,W ' , 'Vw' V ff' , 'V , "E ,M12?44w,, , ',N 1 ,,-rw, V. sf if K4 V. .ga V w -.., , i v H if , W f .1 i 'MJ' 4. ' f' -"f ' O iv? . CECE HODGES CECE 66 Og if CLARK Cece playing at his guard position, amazed us all with his long, accurate, two-handed set shots. CLARK HOLLIS W w 5 55? . do -L mfiffj , , MEL GENE "Cool" Clark, a regular at a guard slot, and second in the Axemen scoring. could always be counted on for a good showing. MEL IEFFRIES i ., ma W ,af DEL I M el tu r n e d in some fine perform- ances tor EHS and. although smaller than competing for- wards, was always a hound on the boards. -at GENE LEWIS "Del," though not a potential scorer, w a s a g r e a t "boardsman" and a demon on defense. HENRY KUCHERA Coach Captain Gene set the plays that won the games. Always a leader, "Louie" led the Big Purple to the State Tourna- ment. DEL LOUCKS Bob, an altemate guard, always looked good in pass- ing, on defense, and BRUCE I-EE in shooting. Manager "Slim" pushed .. many a left hander to bring victory to the Axemen and used his B' 5" height to his advantage. BOB STOTT Only in his junior year, "Dink" paced the Axemen in the scoring column and gave a great ac- count ot himself. Next year Dean should play an even more outstanding game for Eugene. IOHN MACKINNON Always' a threat with his left handed jump shot, "Soy" played terrific ball in his tinal year for EHS. DEAN PARSONS "Mac," another junior, saw little ac- tion this year, but should be a main cog in the Axemen quintet in '5l. HARLEY SITTNER ziigfffc. a A ' " - 1 - DON SIEGMUND z HARLEY '- I , Q gj ,',. l 4 B DON 5' ' "'-': :a5'.Lf:f.' I' W L , 2 fl' A A' Q- DEAN h Q I sr. ' .A IOHN 'Z Q0 L BOB 67 P EHS EHS EHS EHS Oakrrdge Grant Salem Corvallls UHg EHS EHS EHS EHS EHS EHS EHS EHS EHS Grant Cottage Grove Grants Pass Grants Pass fokdg Albany Marshfleld Marshheld Sprrngheld Albany EHS EHS EHS EHS Un1 Hlgh COTVGIIIS St Marys Salem EHS EHS BgD Oakndge Iunct1on EHS EHS EHS EHS EHS Cottage Grove St Marys Iunct1on Sprlngheld Uni High . . . EHS EHS Bend Bend h 9 Stott Mcxclimnon cmd S1ttner wcxtch game from bench Parsons gets hp off from cz Sprmgheld man Coach Kuch tells h1s boys the Hey' Clark xt s me Cece' wmnmg ploy Mel Iefierrs goes hxgh ln the an for ball The second n1ght of the Tournament was a httle drfferent The Eugene team was scheduled to meet the Wlllamette Hlgh Wo1ver1nes The Wlllamette H1 team had not been too successful 1n thelr season and Eugene was ct favored wlnner The Drstnct Tournament that was held 1n Mac Arthur Court th1s year for the hrst txme was very suc cessiul especxally for the Eugene Axemen The Axe men went through the tournament undefeated and from here they carned the honors as representat1ve of D1str1ct SIX The Axemen defeated the Cottage Grove Llons 1n the hrst n1ght of the Tournament by a score of 47 31 The game was close 1n the hrst half but the M1ghty Axemen proved to be too much for the Llons from down south In the second halt w1th the backboard work and shootmg of Dean Parsons Eugene bullt up a dec1s1ve lead to last out the rest of the ball game The team coach manager cmd trophy rn the dresslng room -.........--,-a- This was a game not to be sneered at for the Wil lamette team pulled a near upset over the Eugene High Axemen With the Wolver1nes lead1ng 22 18 at half Eugene taltered to a 44 29 deficit 1n the begin ning of the fourth quarter The Axemen settled down in the last quarter and Gene Lewis t1ed lt up at 48 50 48 After this game was over the Axemen declded not to fiddle around and they poured on the coal to beat Captain Gene Lewls with Trophy Lewls lights for the ball in the C Grove game St Marys 76 43 The Gaels were completely out classed and Eugene looked truly like a state Tourna ment team This left Eugene s slate 1n pretty good condition Wlth 18 w1ns out of 27 games for the season and 3 straight w1ns in the Tournament the Axemen went on to the State Tournament all. Then Parsons hit with his fielder to win the game 73 -gil'-",.fi."f'lkF af, W' V A A YZ? N :S 5 Q 253 R M' 'fi 'A mf' 555 515 F4445 QB! B4 58 i?,??Fffi' IRQ? ...V xt j in Howl W Rexser E Culbertson H Sparks D Walker H W lls I Robert C Poull um R I vs B Hmk son B Radclxit Row Z G B own L Rogers L He:-any K Krumdx k G Vincent B MCG ge T Mc I, llbdck utstandmg c'Yr0P Y Rod Gtllxliin O mor Vflfslw P1'eseDlS1Bx?hZlSxtudenl Bodlf o George I Feeny R W gglesworth L Huffman Eugene s Iumor Varslty completed a very success ful season W1th a 20 20 t1e w1th the Salem I V team The1r hnal record was elght wms no losses and two 19S Gxllllan Iarvls and Crawford Q... ' Eugene started slowly but as the season pro gressed the Hatchetmen paced by the scormg of Rod G1ll1lan and Rrchard Crawford gcuned momen tum after be1ng held to a t1e by Cottage Grove B Squad and rolled up seven strarght Wlns Included among Eugene s v1ct1ms were Iunct1on C1ty Cottage Grove W1llarnette H1gh and Corvalhs Go1ng 1nto thetr last game of the season Eugene had a record ot seven w1ns no losses and one t1e Salem always a tough competltor was out to break up the Hatchetmen s undefeated record The game played 1n Salem got underway w1th touchdowns by QR .99 Q as C as 'ff " s KJ Howl D Mellem Coach D Palanuk N Cuthbert H Hudspeth L Lander D Ruhlman L Hammerquxst B Hxnkson Row Z A Romxg D Iensen G Vmcent I Messler B Logan W Russell D Newman Not prcture rs L Iohnson Manager 'd'4qucJ Wow' 15 stralght w1ns That was the record of the B Squad th1s year Wllh 19 w1ns out of 20 games Salem s L1ttle Vxkmgs spolled Eugene s record up at Salem However the game down here rn Eugene was a drfferent story Eugene defeated Salem 28 24 1n an overtrme per1od It was an exc1t1ng season all the Way through and though the members werent on the A squad they played a brand of basketball that was 1ust as good and better at trmes than the A team of Mr Kuchera Duane Mellem was the coach of the successful team and the B Squad materlal th1s year w1ll help Eu gene H1gh to a better A Squad season next year K HP L Hcxmxnerquxsl lays X I, Messler gets the tip 'fi 'ii . , .,,., ,Q :JI ,J xl , Q' f H ofva if ,fl f M 'H , , hh f If , . ,si . 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M9323 3 '- , 4-4 1, 'f ' .. 335, Q- , 3, 1, 0 , ,rp ,, M , f-vw-ww President BOB RADCLIFF Vice-President be. This theme also brought out lots of the unknown talent among the mem- bers of the newest class at school. As was an annual custom, the Sophs gave a dance for the incoming Ninth Graders. This event was the first im- pression that the kids would get as to the social life at EHS so it was the aim of the hosts to make it a lasting impres- sion upon the future students of our Alma Mater. Incidentally from all re- ports, the party was a huge . . . success. Yes, the Sophomores will always re- member their first year at EHS as one of their very best. BUD HINKSON MARCHA EPPLE Secretary ANN STARKWEATHER Treasurer Every year at EHS the Sophomores are easy to distinguish among the upper classmen. This is even more evi- dent the first day of school . . . Registra- tion Day. Yes, every year the Sopho- mores are seen wandering around with starry looks in their eyes, and the Class of '52 was no exception. But nevertheless, the kids got off to a good start by electing a fine group of officers to lead them for the year: Bud Hinkson, President, Bob Radcliff, Vice- President, Marcha Epple, Secretary, Ann Starkweather, Treasurer. With the help of the advisers, Miss West and Mr. Kienzle, the Sophomores put their coun- cil to work on the class' first big project of the year. The Student Council granted the class the candy sales con- cession in the front hall during the noon hour for which they received twenty-five per cent of the profits. By this source of income, the class was able to have the annual party which turned out to be a huge success. The party was planned near Valentine's Day on that theme and was built around a night club atmosphere. It was named "Club 52" in honor of the year that the class would graduate and featured "Red and White Rhapsody." The "guests" brought pot luck dishes of all kinds so this was truly a lot of fun for the kids to "just pretend." Then of course there was the class assembly in May. To make it really a special event, work began about a month and a half ahead of time. The theme was "The Gay Nineties" so there was a lot of possibility in making the presentation as picturesque as it could 85 6 518 gui Ch on Ck GCR tsgerwlev, the dw! cute bu 'U 06,010 Slime O? di ook B3-f At the Sophomore potluck euenlfi Bud Hmkson puts forth Sophomore candy Sales h1s platform as the women make G sale other candidates Iolene Hoppe chcnrmcm left center Rowl A Starkweather K Snoen C Murtm I ley Row 2 I Hoppe P Kelly B Radclxlf Crumroy Row 3 M Copmger A Enckso Garret Mr Kxenzle Row4 Miss West D Hxmb x O el Miss W1-:sr Advtsef i' W JN-e --47 ODI, mQke 011101-e 1 e I. muslc Zkfet DQNY I' MR. KIENZLE Adviser ,Nv- IQ SWVH Row I: A. Erickson, M. Epple Witt V. Dagman, R. Coakes Giebisch, I. Gustafson, L. Fox, Row 3: G. Hoberg, L. Hershis D. Edwards, M. Elspas. Row 9 Q..- thus . Dunning, K. Dahlberg C. Arneson, H. Donovan, A. De R. . Fortt, I. Forstrom, A. Fish, P. Estes, I. Falk, G. Endicott er, 4: G. Doty G, Farnsworth, L. Downing, K. DeMoss, D. Brown P. Cass. Blakely. Row 2: P. Grant, D. Gragg, D. Gilkison, B. M. Hendricks, iz. sms, M. Fulton, D. Goode, R, Gates' B. Fraser, I. Feeney, I. Graham, H. Godwin, I. Erdman, Row 1: M. Koffler, M. Kyfe, P. Kuhnhenn I. Lilley, M. Linder, M. Loughary, I. Lopuson B. Long, L. Kuykendall, I. Haldorson. Row 2: A. Kuykendall, I. Kopp, L. King, M. Iohnson I. Hoppe, E. Heneger, B. Haug, B. Hartford, P. Long, R. Kuykendall. Row 3: N. Iolmson L. Love, P. Kelly, D. Klaus, B. Kennedy, G. Kehrli, C. Iones, L. Ioelson, S. Haas, S. Hulse D. Illingworth. Row 4: L. Huffman, C. Henson, H. Hudspeth, C. Honey, B. Hinkson, D Iensen, D. Himber, C. Hooker, C. Emrick, N. Fendrich, P. Hiebert, L. King. Row 1: M. Cashin, D. Burns, N. Brown, B. Allison, S. Cummins, M. Carson, E. Curfman P. Bennett, I. Berkman, C, Buckles, L. Cushman. Row 2: P. Campbell, M. Andrus, G. Be vard, B. Bailey, M. Cantrell, C. Coburn, I. Babb, R. Carmickle, B. Caddy, N. Burt, A. Bis sell, M, Atwood. How 3: A. Barton, L. Carter, P. Allen, S. Conant, M. Copinger, W. Cross G. Brown, L. Alford, L. Cameron, C. Clements, I. Clark, R, DeBar. Row 4: D. Bronaugh E. Admire, D. Crawford, S. Barr, B. Byrne, Ie. Bruce, F. Andreason, E. Culbertson, Ii Bruce, R. Bach, B. Bomark, O. Crumroy, D. Bateman. Bowl K Sandell B Turk I. Rxchmond I Schultz L Srttner K Snoen C Sxetke S Ross A Starkweather D Robbms B Robb Row2 C Wxnter L Smxth G Russell D Seger H Reece C Snook D Stenshoel T Leonard H Schureman K Gunderson D Neeley Row 3 W Smtth D Wells A Wrlght B Weber M Roge s B Scrvrlle C Ketchum A Summers B Hoaglrn I Masson B Roberts Row 4 P Van Rysselberghe A Peake B Radclrfl A Romrg P Kell1s E Morrrs S Nell M Nxelsen D Perrm I Patton B McBee D Parks R Thomas Row! P Napzer B Myers P Pakulak M Morgan D Pcxrrsh I Potter I Merker C Mar tm P McVay B Mart I Malm How2 B Prtcher P Patterson M Mortenson R Mrller N Pxtman D Mxller M Morrow K McCarrol1 A Nelson Row3 B McGeorge B Means McCarty G Hensen C McM1chael L McLcnahar1 M McKean D Iames S McNutt D Morrrs Row 4 M Martm C Hlcxnka T Oney B Mater D Hunter B Burch R Iar vrs T Iensen I Messler D Myers I McKy B McCracken C Lee L Lead Rowl R Walker D Walder R Wrcks R Wrlson G Rerlley N Seals D Tye K Satter held A Wellborn W Wyse S Walker S Wright S Shreeve Row2 P Southard B Spores V Salrsbury M VanTassel P Wecxkley S Sparks W Woodford M Teague D Sutton A Thmgvall E Reed G Wrllramson R Toner Row 3 E Womack P Schmrdt M Srmmons R Warkentrn D Wullschleger R Runge I Wycoff K Rrchter G Rogers H Stmson D Wrlhams T Wemstem Row 4 G Westphall I Weber V Robxnson D Severson I Rrchards B Vxmont B Sutton H Sparks S Rogers C Wetdnch P Zur fluh G Templeton vis, N1 mn President DOUG RUHLMAN Vice-President ed Penthouse Serenade, in honor of the Seniors. The atmosphere of a pent- house, the starry skylights from the big city, and the beautiful palm trees helped the dreamy couples to forget the antiquity of the EHS gym. Thus we have seen another year pass, and these little, yet big, in-be- tweeners will be big wheels next year. Yes, a year has passed with all of its trials and joys, but next year and the years that follow are the future, and it is the future that we must look forward to because the past is but a memory. LEON HAMMERQUIST ANNA BRANHAM Treasurer Once in a life time one finds himself in-between everything, and the Iunior year is the in-between of high school. A jolly junior is neither a little cog nor a big wheel. Yes, a junior is in-between, but even with this characteristic, the school year of 1949-1950 has been a big year for the junior class. Long will be remembered the helpful, hardworking Mrs. Wormington and the knowing ad- vice giver, Mr. Dedman. At Christmas time the juniors were busy bringing cans of food to school to be redistributed among needy families about Eugene. Ioan Daniels, chairman, handled this project very efficiently. The junior assembly fFebruary 241, featured Modernized History in twen- tieth-century style. We remember Queen "Ezzie" with her up-to-date con- veniences, and the re-enactment of that famous Hamilton-Burr duel. The class of 1951 initiated the class party tradition when they were sopho- mores, and have faithfully continued this tradition into their junior year. This event occurred on April 14, and was for juniors only. All juniors who attended this Gay Nineties Party, will remember the barber shop quartet and the can- can dance in good old Gay Nineties style. A dream came true for all of the "new formal" dreamers the night of May 19, when the Iunior class present- MARY ANN ERICKSON Secretary O I D Chnstmqs I G en gl I project as Q nd lo Qlmlegn Daniels Il-lnzor Senior Pr R Commntee 0111 ow H K T COWZ V Flgiylor P Belle nel! A Noslgii K Wm Q M rs Wrmxngton A A Row! L Hcmmerqulst I Whlfe Brenham N Cuthbert I.. Coons Row 2 C Gardner T Torrxcellas D Newman T Warnock L Landers I Day R McCulloch Y Youngquxst Mr Dedmcm Advxser DHD AN Vjs Iunlot Assembly Commxttee Rowl G Lee Chcurmcxn C Warren ns T Warnock T Car I Fcnth I Ker ter D Mxckelwcnt MRS WORMINGTON Advrser Queen Ezzxe Doi KoPP 90 Q' Q" Moore dvxser 4' ' 1 .5 . s How I: B. Clark, I. Ash, M. Anderson, B. Barker, G. Baumer, M. Benson, A. Branham, L. Chartier, M. Cass, E. Beier, H. Bauman, G. Barnett. Row 2: D. Carpenter, P. Campbell, A. Brown, V. Berge, C. Anderson, P. Beacon, A. Blackwell, S. Anderson, D. Ayres, C. Beadle, N. Begg, M. Barber. Row 3: M. Chamberlain, D. Collver, M. Cross, M. Cross, D. Chase, C. Brown, P. Brown, I. Crooks, D. Crawford, B. Casperson, G. Allison. Row 4 I. Colburn, D. Adam, T. Carter, D. Collins, I. Baker, Ma. Barber, Me. Barber, G. Cash I. Aiken, L. Coons, I. Cook, N. Cuthbert, G. E. Brown, E. Coven. Row I: I. Gaubert, I. Daniel, M. Greiner, l. Eichmeyer, D. Endicott, B. Gilmore, L. Greg- ory, P. Carey, I. Gustafson, S. Dingman, S. Campbell, B. Coen. How 2: S. Erickson, C. Dillan, B. Douglas, B. Fegles, A. Gillett, M. Griit1ths,I. Golding, C. Gardner, L. Frolen, S. Gardner, D. Cruzan, I. F. Daniels, C. Eldrid e. Row 3: V. Donnor, W. Bartland, P. Auferoth, B. Eade, R. Falk, R. Gillilan, B. Glass,BI. Fennell, I. Gregor, B. Carlson, I. Day, M. Erickson. Row 4: A. Gaudion, M. Geelan, M. Early, L. Esteb, L. Campbell, I. Faith, P. Dover, B. Eady, B. Burgess, B. Blain, H. DuRette, P. Deitrich, B. Farmer. Row 1: H. Kuntz, G. Iackson, S. Ieske, S. Henry, P. Hadsall, E. Harris, I. Huston, I. How ard, M. McKenzie, P. Moran, G. Miles. Row 2: P. Montgomery, D. Kopp, B. Iarvis, D. Ken ner, M. Hoefer, F. Hein, G. Hugus, K. Havercrott, D. Hatcher, D. Hindmand, L, Losey. Row 3: B. Iohnson, D. Iackson, W. Ketchum, G. Kayser, P. Keele, B. Hendricks, I. Kiphart, B. Hansen, D. Himber, R. Iohrison, H. Iones. Row 4: L. Hackett, R. Hull, I. Henderson G. Haldorson, B. Hargraves, G. Hively, B. Hathaway, I. Lessel, L. Heariy, A. Iones L. Hammerquist, B. Hayes. Row I: B. Montandon, M. McDonald, M. Lee, K. Major, G. Morley, G. Napper, R. Milton burger, G. Lee, N. Mickelson, L. Murphy, K. Merewether. Row 2: B. Nelson M. McWil liams, B. Lemmer, A. Olsen, M. Nielson, R. Page, R. Mclntyre, R. McCullocli, I. McGeeI S. Leege, N. Lucas, C. Moore. Row 3: B. Lawson, B. McCay, B. McHenry, B. Lundeen I. Perkins, D. Olson, I. Malos, D. Morgan, S. Lipsit, M. Myers, B. Prickett, G. Proudiit C. Pickett. Row 4: G. L, Murphy, D. Mickelwait, G. Marlow, L. Iohnson, D. Newman 1 I. McKinnon, I. Peterson, B. Logan, B. Peltola, C. Pulliam, I. Pengra. Row I: D. Sieverts, I. Streeter, C. Vogel, P. Shaffer, B. Stokes, G. Strand, B. Swag Sloan, C. Welch, P. Ware, M. Sinaka, T. Torricellas, K. White, S. Wilson. Row 2: P. Ste ward, B. Reese, C, Vanderpol, A. Winters, I. Terry, D. Revell, C. Warren, G. Titcomb D. Wical, M. Whitsel, G. West, B. Shaw, T. Stockman. Row 3: E. Watson, L. Stott, K Reisbeck, I. Weinstein, C. Rhodes, M. Simmons, R. Sorenson, D. Ruhlman, B. Warren er, S E Roberts, B. Richardson, H. Wells, R. Schaeffer, R. Wrigglesworth. Row 4: M. Towlerton . Westbrook, D. Walker, I. Wadman, D. Zielinsky, G. Seiple, W. Russell, I. Whalley G. Vincent, D. Tallant, B. Smith, B. Schaefer, P. Rosendall, T. Warnock. 1 Row I: D. Wood, Y. Youngquist, I. Wylie, B. Petzold, P. Provancha, R. Permenter, I. Plax sted, C. Panther, I. Willaby, I. Thomas, D. Siegmund, L. Rohliis. Row 2: B. Lee, P. Olson I. Randle, I. Wildish, I. Wildish, C. Shumway, I. Poull, E. Peterson, A. Wilkinson, P Washburn, I. Williamson, B. Walrath. Row 3: F. Newschwander, E. Latham, C. Lundy C. Miller, K. Petermann, D. Palanuk, L. Nee, E. Latham, L. Landers, K. Krumdieck, M Vaughn, K. Taylor, I. Walker. Row 4: R. Miller, T. McGeorge, C. Nelson, G. Mazen, H Sittner, D. Parsons, I. Perkins, G. Porta, W. Porter, B. Kennedy, C. Potter, L. Rogers , Vetus. F s h I' X Xl 4 .s B L Q ,I 1 ' if ly, l t CLARK HOLLIS Vice-Pre sident DOLORES PETERSON Secretary ' .4 ARLENE GUBRUD President v 'H Treasurer From little cogs, to in-betweeners, to big wheels in three short yearsg that's about the story of the class of '5O. We entered the vine-covered building as green. wide-eyed sophomores gazing in awe and wonder- ment at the upper-classmen. During this first year at EHS we became accustomed to the mannerisms of the teachers, the functionings of the school, and the ability to studyi?l. One of the members of our sopho- more class, Duane Fields, made the original design for the crest of the high school ring which was to be- come permanent for the next few years. Our junior year was an eventful one. Presenting the annual junior assembly, giving the Iunior-Senior Prom, and preparing for the seniors' graduation took a lot of our time. It was in this year that we intro- duced the junior council, a representative group, which planned the activities of our class. Then it happened, before we knew it, we were seniors, the real wheels, but somehow we didn't quite feel as though we were so high and mighty. If we thought we were busy before, we were really hopping this year. Pictures, announcements, mea- surements for caps and gowns, and all the other preparations for graduation. Ianet Peterson, of the '50 class, was selected as Queen of Hearts. Well, that's about it. Putting three years into a few paragraphs is no easy job. We had a lot of fun and we, the class of '50, will have a feeling of regret when we leave the old homestead. BETTY LEONARD Measuring for caps and ,D' it and Barbara Kell gowns U? Weakley vii Senior Assembly Committee I gf . Fisher, I. Gustafson, chairman, A. Richards, D. Iongeward, I. Taylor. Stand. mg: M. Aydelott, B. Darby. Back: R. Kennedy, C. Berxirsto. Sitlin I Ogg, co-chairmen F 8 2,1- " .9 Cake sale to raise money for senior class s nior chairmen for eCommer1Cement Year- . N991 S' 1' ROW 1' LA: dt.B-1-SSW' woodj Kerlioggf Iioffyui Row . I4 Fisher. G taisgfgind P, Iensen, B. ' . I W Uk Haines. ROW 4' D e . kl B, PerkeY- leYf L- Hmm f. 'x V K , 4 . N 7 Q", Z!! 3 Q-9 Bet fY'Perkey and Betty Leslie Co-chairmen I MARAD wiisspgggse, MR. SMALL Adviser Or announcements, take orders Senior Representatives Row I: A. Gubrud lstandingl, Y Stoner L Dav' M , . ts, . Sheary, P Farmer Row 2 N . : . Otto, P. Tom- lin, B. Leonard, B. Masson, D- Peterson. How 3: I. Fisher, I. Gustafson D F , . ields, D. Ieske. How 4: I. Anderson, M. Keating, D. Weakley, C. Hollis. Gayle Abbott Ioanne Alford Iudy Anderson Lourse Andreason Tom Archxbald Manon Arndt lean Atwell Marrlyn Aydelott Bxllre Baxrd Wayne Banton Clarence Barker Paul Barkla Crarg Becnrsto Pat Bell Dxck Bentley George Bettls Davrd Black Letl-la Bla1ne Drck Blxnkhorn Ilse Boughton Don Bowder George Bowers Betty Brown Donna Faye Brummond Katrbel Brunton Charles Bucklm Io Ann Buclmum Bob Bureker Duck Campbell Sally Carpenter Velma Carpenter 96- W' hh! ,.4 -43 S ii no X sl -4-9 ya Q6 -n. fir, B B M- rf LZ' A Z . ' Q Q 0' in V- A 63 j . 1, 3 . N9 - A .13 1 1 i 9 5' in I Y , .2 0 Y at 25 Ioyce Blanton 1? 'S 163 gt ' -or K" 5 34 Q 5, 5 , i. v 2 B ff L ji Q. ' Q -ff-, rw 1, fwfr . f , I ' - D'Elda Casey A r ' -j is 1' A . A Terry Cave W Y gf' Q K if if Margaret Chaffee Iackie Chase Don and Dave were outstanding members ot the Brg Purple tootball team Don playmg ottensrve and de tensxve end made lt surctde for oppo nents to try and run on hrs Slde of the Bob Chmock hne and dxd a great 1ob of pass snag gmg on offense Dave co captarn ot thxs year s team was a mam cog 1n the Axemens hne at the center post tton Both fellows were chosen to play for the Up State team rn the Shrrne All Star game at Portland Tom Cheney Rosella Collms Catherme Corley Loule s pltchmg abrhty rs known and lv feared throughout the state Last year as a 1umor he helped pttch the Axe men to a second place spot ln the Shirley Couch State Tournament Acttve rn all sports 1:10,-G Cox Gene IS a natural leader and a hard worker hx -79' b, 'Q 2 49 wg V 510110 CYGNYCO ROQU C1'0DlhC!W Barbara Darby LOIS Darklns Gayle Davxs La Vonne Davrs Navarre Davxs Y0lG11d0 Dllflfdll D011 DBDUII Sally Devme Lots Ann Drrlmple Dale Dunham Margaret Dunsmoor Inn Edwards 'T' 1 .NA W V K , V 5, A, Q S n ' ' Natural ability, floor leadership, and coolness under fire, have made Clark outstanding in prep basket- ball. Perhaps the most accurate shot on the team, Clark, operating from his guard position, was second in the Axemen's scoring column. Clark was selected on the District Six and Big Six All-Star teams. He made his final appearance on the maple floor in the State Basketball Tournament. Cece since entering EHS has been in the thick of all sports Let tering in football and track in his sophomore year Cece continued in his high school career lettering two more years in football two in baseball and two years in basket ball Cece was the receiver of the Simmons Cup for the outstanding football player of the year Fkwe ,f- Duane Fields Iohn Findlay Lois Finke Glen Fogelstrom Bob Ford Shirley Foster 3. it .1 L t Tom Emerson .f ' un "' v fl Lyle Ellis 1 x Mi.,- K f A Q ,ight - r F e A ' .3 . ..,... ..., . ,. ,L-Q. . Lynn Emrlck Fred Endicott LeRoy Erdman Roger Everson 'V 'Z' Clarence Everts Patty Farmer Pat Fenley Pat Ferguson if I na, -5, W3 'sa fer Qs Lorene Finley Ioanrie Fischer Bill Fisher Bruce Fleener Agnes Frieberg Ron Gant Sharon George Dan Gibson . . . - s it , X . . . ' . tx . Y 'J sf 4- '-',' I J K W ,fskf 'R' -is... . ., K -x if as . 5 -J' . Q' . l "' a. , .,. ' i . of ' .Q if 4 r ' F X7m . it 55 V 54 Y ..q5yQ of 1' 5' ' ' . 6 fr f' ' ' if "wt A in I 314 K A ,. .kt 1 it fi ,, , l if .' if f, l , G . ' or s. ru. 'C , 1 A B- K F- x - .ff it ing' A 1 1 xc I Beverly Grfford Betty Graber Barbara Gravos Ioanne Green Gerry Grleve Shrrley Grxffm Sylvla Groth Arlene Gubrud Ioan Gustafson Bessxe Hadsell Gwen Halnes Amta Han-ulton Brllle Hamrlion Mary Hardcastle Brllre Harnden Donna Hari Barbara Hartford Sally Hayden Wayne Hebert Eugene Hem Mxke Henry Dwayne Herendeen Lee Hewrtt Ierry Hrckey Gussle showed her true leader shrp quahiy as Presrdent of the Pep Club Eihcrency school Splfll plenty of personahty and cr smrle for everyone all are a part of Ioan whom everyone raies as number one A O 0 l 0 ' ' ' 8 Wfr,,e-' W I . K x f -. .S -W YJ!! I . + , xj!,1 . ' ,,, I As Presrdent of the Servrce Club for the past two years everyone has come to know Bob as depend able wlth a caprtal D Bemg leader of thxs group rt has been Bob s re sponsrbrhty to operate txcket sales for all sportrng events the sale of football handbooks and varxous other servrce och rtres at EHS Lots Hrebert Cecxl Hodges Audrey Hodgm Clark Hollis Gerry Honey Bob Hooper Kerth Homer Dons Hubbar- Allene Huffman Dons Hunsucker Douglas Hunt Barbara Hunter Dxck Ilams Harold Iac Mel Iefiens Patty Iensen Don Iohnson Hazel Iohnson Audrey Iones Donna Iongeward Kenneth Iorgensen lo Ann Kardell Albert Karr Rex Kays -af 'S' vyiwgf X I I 'N Mike Keating Barbara Kellogg Drclc Kennedy Walden Klphart Darrell Kloak Frances Kletzke Mary Ellen Kraal Glendene Knutson 6- Warren Knudson Don l.aBare ple al' 3 H-v Yvonne s tootm has made her a standout rn the musxc held The gal wxth the horn has repeatedly recelved superlor ratmgs m all the contests she has entered In the summer of her Jumor year Yvonne won a Iumor Symphony Scholar shxp to the Musrc Camp at Inter lochen Mrchxgan 3-O I Xx 1' 'yo r hut Lamons George Lamont Ioanne Leege Barbara Lengacher Betty Leonard Betty Leslie Gene Lewxs t Letrcxa Lodge Del Loucks Gwen Lounsbury Dave Lowe C1-ang Luca: Iulla Lundy Bm-bqrq Lutz , , X Q 0 0 A --" I I ? . "' I . . I 'wt M , K' 55 ' vhs ..-' ' ' ' I - t f ' X "ef N ., I ,ff Q, , I k4f,,.AQT4yM fx . . 1 A I X 'f-' fy , fly ,Q f 4 vt L 1 Z. .2 3 2 Y 4, -si 1 'K A' k .V 5 'Pi we H4 -. A S J Q K W , X, 1,-.M Vl., fm 1 "'Y , 9 ' F , PA 'Q 'SA 'A T 1 K 'L t f , X tt if ' f '25 Ax r fit QE A . . X., V' ., W 5 1+ I , Q ,V ,.- .X , , 5 Frddlm around has paxd off for Larry One of the fmest teenage vrolmrsts rn the state xl not the na hon Larry also attended lnterloch en where he was solorsl wllh the Interlochen Orchestra and has prom1se ol a brrlhant career m musrc Iack Lyons Keith McCarroll Bill McCarty Gerrie McClendon Ioan McCracken Beverly McFadden Iune Ann McIntosh Mary Ann McKy Kay Macaulay Irma Martm Q fix Q yu N-re. 'PW- Ioan Martxn Beverly Maggon Bob Mathxesen Marlorxe Maughn Larry Maves Mmam Maxon Belly Lou Meyer Aldee Mxller Polly Mlller Warren Moell CC!f0lYn M011 EGF! MOUIS Bob Ndsholm Don Ncsholm fm! 9 QU' if fi! av ff is ""'-if 4' 'UVN 5. Ioan Nee Don Neely Howard Nelson Millicent Nelson Ioan Newton Roger Nichols Lona Nicolai Eldon Nitschke Wayne Oldham Mary Olson Noma Otto Roma Otto Iacqute Pallett Cecll Parks Kristin Patten Ethel Patterson Don Paulus Dick Pedersen Bill Pendleton Betty Perkey Dolores Peterson Ianet Peterson Veral Peterson Iune Pettit I i 'lm 4 fx Always on the go Mary Ann could be found yelling her lungs out at any Axemens athletic con test Besides being a member of the Pep Club she took the lead and was head of the sale ot programs and guides at the State Basketball Tournament As student manager Bob drs played h1s rnterest rn student ac trvltxes by orgamzmg busses to take EHS students to games away the Rally Squad a tough lob for anyone and devoted much trme to plannmg Pep Assemblres Norma Porter Frances Porhs Norma Qumby Brll Randle Bob Rane: B111 Rankrn Charlene Rath Maurxce Read Yvonne Reed Dons Renshaw Ahbre Rrggs Shrela Roberts Beverly Rockwell Gordon Ross Monty Rounds Helen Royer Howard Russell Lars Sands Kelth Schaefer Elmo Schxewe Ethelyn Schrewe B111 Schmrdt Sandra Schmxdt from home. Bob was in charge of Anne Richard, 44-1 .,..f-v ww s.. F Meg Dorothy Smeed Darlene Smrth Bob Schmit Barbara Schurman Kathleen Sealy Connie Seymour Mma Sheary Don Sxegmund Earl S1mmons Susan Sxmon Belly Singleton Ierry Slttner Freds scholastxc ab1l1ty can be surpassed by no one area but rn has shown that somethmg rn hrs one Not only rn all sublects Fred hes really got noggm' The rest ol us lowbrows envy but admrre Fred presldent of the Sc1ence Club Dons Smxth Icy Southward Ioyce Sperwer lean SPICG1' Don Starbu-d Iamce Stelhng B111 Slewar! Irm Shnchcomb Yvonne Stoner Bob Stott G1adYS Slfund Bonnxe Strxlzuk Wm-.N Always wlllmg to go out of her way to lend her abxllty for the beneht of the school Gwen xs an other one of the deperdables we all are thankful that we can call on for help Donna Swaggart Lois Swanson Harley Swenson Iamce Taylor Leon Taylor Charles Templeton B111 Terpemng Shxrley Thompson Ieremy Tltcomb Pat Tomlm ,ff its ,ai Y Cathy Trlbo Loo Tnppxtt Dan Turk Tom Van Tassel Carol Vaughn Drew VIHCGDY WUYHG Walkil' Bev Washburn Darlene Watson Dxck Weakley lean Webb Barbara Wells Aug!-Ili Whit! Bdrbdm WICU-'ff Nw 'vs' Donna Wilcox Inn Wildish Floyd Wilkes Eileen Williams Bev Wilson Bill Wilson Dee Wilson Pete Wolff Charlotte Wourms Gordon Wylie Shirley Yearwood Arnold Yoho Working outside of school hours ' nothing new to Millicent who as school treasurer has given an in- valuable service to Eugene High. Having a none too easy job Milli- cent has never complained but has always given freely oi her time ior the Student Body. Being auditor gives Elmo many duties outside ol his regular day s school work He must make sure that the school finances are in order and then deposit the money in the bank. Never shirkmg his ad- ditional responsibilities Elmo is al- ways ready and willing to do more than his share of the work. Admckahhumwuqmmakap iaajullfmaoundauljaam wAm!!wz'wAwAahewpomwtMeAa4mJ!u4deep tmnaaqamlwme fe""'f4"" dan a lamina day! fwhaoaal aa9a4t5 1909 nuvzcl4 1950 may 11 1559 jammg 24 1950 I O , I . on. ' ' 107 - Y 5 lfili, V" ,ws A 'ft' 1, 53 ' 'fig ' J ,' - lv 'f .Cf 'B mud' fa Q .f 'Sag '99 1, KS! 2 if 55 J- -9 K? -6, O 42 9' 0 4156A Q0 290, 0 6' O9 " C5 '75 A 0 4, A Gs! Q J- fa- Q, og, 9 -.0 '- ?' A r QM' I 4. "? 's Wi' I Q 5 K ' 4' if NN' ff? 'fi' 1.7 fy v Q-545-'P ! .. 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J A 9 9 RED CROSS DRUG STORE Se ecf Your gay sweaters and skxrts from our stock BRAl:MAR CASHMERE SWEATERS PREMIER CASHMERE SWEATERS LANAMERE BL LANA KNIT SWEATERS M SLOAT 6: DAN GIRSTMAN SKIRTS g uyeneb 001: Stan S S C Phone 5 3314 ulclz QQ ICE CREAM M B d amoud or ine gfauor as' '03 way Phone 4-2432 !'XVi ' Pwg. ' . f ll I r QL VL CONGRATULATIONS the class DOTSON PHOTO Whether photography rs your 1950 hobby or your busmess let us supply you wrth the proper equlpment East 11th Phone 4 4295 JIEVS' wlsh to extend congratulatlons to the students of '50 914 Wxllamette Phone 4 3296 :nuns n X I "SHOP PENNEY'S EVERYDAY FOR EVERYTHING" Nl 'l uus f'-Y sq in y JL' f V 4 ' "" r ' 94.4 1 5i',.'A , I H y , J '-- i 3 N ',.,r5X'- R ' to ,I AVV' of 7 111 - f 1- u,.,,r,.,,,,rM . . Y gm- N f 4 9. 0 l IU ao.. nu. l Q , 5 f 77e0zo-.Zmee 066 6 DISTRIBUTORS UNITED PRODUCTS DIAL 4-132g ozlsounl - srovz ons - mzstt outs - Lulucrrmc outs LOCATION: POST OFHCE BOX 567 'runs AND urrnlts COBURG ROAD AND EUGENE. OREGON OAKWAY DRIVE SWIFT 81 CO. for the finest of farm produce 296 East Sth Phone 5 1431 HARDVEROAST TOACESSIZST STEQEGEGOODS Locally Owned 73 West Broadway Phone 41261 llllfllil and VllllAS HIIWIR SHUI' Publlc Market Bulldmg Phone 4 8121 ...L..L Shop Mlllers for names that mean quallty always JANTZEN swim sults sweaters T shirts WHITE STAG sall cloth denim play clothes slacks DENI MATES Wlllametre P1-lone 5 4344 cfhzgolzzeey W Look to Wards for a complete lme of goods 1059 Willamette Phone 4 1401 Congratulations to the 1950 Eugenean Staff motte! Oregon 345 West 6th St. Euzene n fe RIIBHII IIIIIISS XSLESM x , 'M ' 1.7. . 1 rwgtore Budget payment plan Headquarters for Sterling Sllver on all types of Reecl 86 Barton Wallace Internatlonal Heirloom Insufancg Towle Alvm l ll East Broadway Phone 4 4271 Gorham 1027 Willamette Phone 4 2372 EUGENE PLANING MILL SASH DOORS AND GENERAL MILL WORK All Kmds of Buuldlng Maternal H1 School headquaffefs for Congratulatlons and X Sweaters Best of Luck Levis to the class of 5 0 Spomhms 306 Lawrence St Phone 5 3381 MASON LEE LUMBER CO Douglas Fu' 874 Wlllamette Street Eugene Q1-egon 804 Willamette Phone 4 9143 Q 1. In - So ', , 1 ip' - ' A .ff 7 ' g , I , I , . 'f I ' 'I , . KUGN KUGN FM Complxments to the Class of 1950 KUGN Aff Eg 4216 8IzciI76fcClcansfr4 PHONE 5 1547 1210 WILLAMETTE EUGENE ORE Samtone Cleamng l 10 W ll 1547 EUGENE HARDWARE Best Wxshes to the Class of 50 3412 LIQQWEDELQ We SPCCIQIIZC m fme quallty footwear Danner Service Station Assoclated Veeclol Safety check Lubrxcatlon gr Ar s 1 93-W t lOtI'1 59415 LOOK TO WHEN IN EUGENE 53 O k St 4 0 51 Hutch s B1c:ycle Store Home of the Famous Schwmn Blcycle 85 W t8tI1 7521 JIM BRANNEN TIRE C0 INC Your nelghbor ln the txre busmess P f H I1 S I1 Ph 7 3483 878 Willamette Phone 5 3141 acl IC lg way out one ' for Federal Tires Aero Batteries Fishin ackle u o upp ies B , or u ene es Phone - Coburg Road Phone -6 ' I IIIII IIIAIIISII ll IS 2 i amette Phone 5- 2 3 feet Phone ' 2 , I , . 93 East Broadway Phone 5- es Phone 5' 'ff M ., . .V ' 'liz 'Q W ' lm DUPLICATIONS REPAlRS 1921: mu 1:1222 Llrzn S B DISPENSING OPTICIAN lOl EUGENE HCDICFL CEN ER Eugene Cregon Phone 4 3101 STUDEBAKER the style leader Open for your Conveflleflce untll ane C24 lo Gvmpa uwnmryuvf fll6Ellt'0kI60A'fl5l42I BEMRSMM 1100 PM every day Sales and Se rvxce 1272 Wxllamette Phone 4 2332 64 East 10th Phone 5 1421 DW""" 77M umhna roa M44 AXIMEK ,V PRISQUY pxmtgng Lumber for every purpose UCT3 :cf mmm Inquxre about our monthly payment plan for remodelmg West 2nd 86 North Garfxeld Phone 5 2337 DB5 'vm RQYAL MARKET JIIHNSIIN HII1 ITIIRE Only the best for our customers Complete home furnlshmgs 198 W 17 11 P est t hone 4 5273 649 Wlllamette Phone 4 2281 g I - 1 Q l- 1 1 T . - A , f 1 . Y I1 'r r . . r V I . . 556 1 W . . e W , ,Q ' NHLK zggzifgilm 6 M I5 , I .' VL ' A M H - - ,1 4 V bi' 1 'f :cs CZQadm'ia ff The season IS always open on good qua11ty and 1ow prlces at Henclershott s Ur- Fr-r FURNITURE COMPANY West 8th Phon 5 331 770 Wxllamette Phone 4 9325 AT YOUR SERVICE FOR ALL OCCASIONS M 85 K MARKET Your west slde market for Eugene Dmmg room Coffee Shop Banquets 1597 Wes: llth Phone 52349 Broadway and Pearl Phone 4 1461 A , 'E XP C ' -ff 5' , 2 X J P . 1 115 e -3 ' - .if I I N I il , 1 '- V vi, ' 5 lIASlIAI11lUMB1R1lRMINAl INII Congratulations to the Class of 195 0 USNI 1B kBdg P 42285 EUGENE LAUNDRY DRY CLEANERS In Eugene smce 1902 174W r8rh 5 Z1 JOHNNY S TOY HOUSE TOYS EXCLUSIVELY 871 O1 4 1861 MIIUNIJIIY and CAIRMICHAH DRAPERIES - - UPI-IOLSTERY FLOOR COVERINGS OCCASIONAL FURNITURE E tB 45312 FOR YOUR BETTER APPAREL AT POPULAR PRICES HADLEU S M Sp gfi ld 100 Wll Qmalgbfz-ww? BTOREJSMEN BOTANY 500 SUITS S dt H GREEN STAMPS 8 W ll 4 6116 WllSll SMUSIIZ HIIIISE Oldest, Most Complete Muslc Service ln Eugene SPECIAL ORDERS FILLED PROMPTLY 39 East 10th Avenue Phone 5 5312 COBURN PHOTO Whether photography IS your hobby or busmess, let us supply you wlth the proper equnpment 698 Wnllamette Phone 4 8241 3 ugelle eauf Oregons Most Progressive Beauty School Tramed Hands Are Never Idle Learn by seeing and domg INVESTIGATE TODAY 70 East Broadway P one 5 4113 IXICDVQSVT S 94.-aQ-adydpa 20 WE INVITE YOU TO INSPECT OUR COMPLETE ASSORTMENT OF APPAREL FOR LADIES 1288 Wlllamnte Phone 4 3033 ul A DEPARTMENT STORE WOMEN AND CHILDREN 22 years m Eugene River Road Phone 4 9251 s ' Z? 9 e . h - Cllll-I". lf 'IIIYIIIYI0 ,R rr 'v 15591. 0080 l f ' - 730 ' - CONGRATULATION OF TI-IE CLASS OF 50 AIIKERMANS Hlllll MARKET CONGRATULATIONS CLASS OF 50 EUGENE FARMERS CREAMERY DARIGOLD y P 2124240511150 Comphments of Portlands own store For your musxc needs The latest ln mstruments and frxendly servlce Eugene-md'SFC Co dl CONGRATULATIONS CLASS OF 50 ARBUCKLES owerd M1 Elfllfe u1cL efhclent servlce IS always glven to our customers LOOK TO JOE GORDON For a complete l1ne of Sportlng goods an Hardware supphes Phone 5 3353 1 QQ 7, 5 xver Road Phone Wxllamette at enth QQ 77 . 0 J Producers of Q -7 Dair roducts 568 Olive Street Phone 4-6225 193 East Broadway phone +6244 r O ' , I i I . . I - 1 my VAII , . nc. 181 East Broadway Phone 5- IJTHUGHAPHERS 0F BETTER SUHUIIL ANNUALB BUSHUNF K C0 1 1 ik iff 757 fr ik' fir if sb ak I . 323 S. W. Park Avenue . . . Portland, 0rog0n CHULA VISTA DAIRY COBURG ROAD PHONE 44983 V+ N Gif Pasteurnzecl and homogemzed mllk and cream Retall and wholesale CICIIVCFICS Eugene and Springfield .gd Legg' WWE tm ,.Qffd,Wfsam,w GDMFANYQ 315 5 w n-nmszmu Avswuz PORTLAND I OREGON EXCLUSIVE DISTRIBUTORS JEWELRY MEDALS AN TRUPHIES The Eugenean Staff urges the students of Eugene Hugh School to patromze the stores whose ads you fmd on these pages. It IS through thexr support that th1s annual IS made possxble THE EUGENEAN 44" . . J 4 5 ,f ' 3' I L . , I L , Y Y S , Q , . x p . Y ' I 1 FV ". . V. ,K -.g-. , 4 1. ,A , A l, - ,Y 14 I-gt , f 'Mo A. 5 A , A f ' . ., Y , I, Q ' ' V 'J' NI, 'S .I f , M- . fr' QM' A , , A , fl-5-Uri". ' Wy" '4'X!1v-. ' S 4 ' ' , " ,, "iff, sm.-Lf? .r, ,W wg ap tMWw,mx 6 K I -N ,if-QVHY Q .r fm Isl, at I . V' A ,. . ' 'J A was ' A" 1 - . ' ', .I , l " M " 'fi f, '. 1 A, ""f,,f ft- ' ' W f' - ' 1 1 ' asf" 5 ,, 4 -,f " -1, .H Aw ..- f . ,. ., , ,V 5 L 9 ., : . - ' ' I , -. ' .. - ew . 7' - fr ".. -J .'-- 3,'..a . K fx' -,,- . ,Amr fir? J, wwffi 0 'K , 1 .3 -L eys- .- II' A ' WATKINS. PATPIE STAWK I , 1 DF , D BEST WISI-IES TO THE GRADUATING CLASS Blll Gray shown cllsplaylng one of the new HART SCHAFFNER and MARX suits to Dave Lowe FROM A MEN S STORE Eugene ac Sprmgfield Featured for the fashxon wlse Miss Dons Dodson unxors Shirley Lee unlor Petltes Skirts ackets tmwwb 20 EAST BROADWAY Phone 4 9422 , . . . Jane Irwill Botanty Sweaters ' - J at M N Pengra BEST WISHES D A I R Y FUTURE REPRESENTATIVES AMERICA We Dellver Health and Happmess to Your Doorstp ISUSIAFSIIN lllll CUMPANY X N after school snack Compliments f t-if We AM EUGENES 1fAsH1oN CENTER 165 West 11th Phone 4 North 5 Dr1Ve In The place to go for that 9281 o 0 of X X 7 . R lte - Box 69 Phone 00 es Zn phone , -.- -4 , , Q 2 N: ., ..,.. h X xih, T.. . - 1,-: X BNXQ .5 "' I 2 'NNY T' . .... : ...... 5 Ek 5 5 XS Qfxgm 5 ' :Q 5,5 X: :Nz X... :L 5 -4 gz- xx: - 'M - .... x .55 3 N 5 , : E ' Es :.- K. iz' E 1' . , I- ' -X XX K XX ,QQ Q"' T 1 X Q sift 'N . ,xx l O I The municipal water boarcl, an elective body, operates the electric and water utilities in Eugene The electricity and water are sold at rates as low as IS consistent with business man agement X A3'llNx ff ' :a,,Qv'-- 1116 ,M 49" 'QE Phone 46211 EUGENE WATER Sl. ELECTRIC BOARD MUNICIPAL ILITI Willamette ld Congratulations to the class of 1950 740 Willamette Phone 5-1547 IIFHIIE MACHINERY and SIIPPH CII ROYAL Typewriters Sales-Service-Rentals 30 East llth Phone 4-8035 evh A OUR SHOES ARE THE TALK OF THE TOWN 1050 Willamette Phone 4-4421 .1 For fine foods at reasonable prices llllm 4 4 845 Willamette Phone 5-2115 f fi? J 3 THE PIONEER PROCESSING CENTER FOR LANE GGUNTY S HIGH QUALITY FRUITS and VEGETABLES FUGENE FIQUIT GIQQW EIQS ASSOCIATIGN PLANTS AT EUGENE AND JUNCTION CITY "Ln" 5514. . gg. , ly A ,r bi Q X V , 3 A :A Tiff' 5 .Q4,"" 416' Ng U' 7,- .'l , 1 7 A r I 1 7 ,.. .- x 9 . . 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