Eugene High School - Eugenean Yearbook (Eugene, OR)

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Q ,Xi-ai "1vi,f-'- , '- fm .A -,wry-e . . r Clarence Hines S N if Superintendent of Schools e S' Dean Lobaugh L. L. Erdmann Asst. Supt., Head Asst. Supt., Head of of Instruction Plant and Purchasing School Board Mr. Erdmann, Mr. Lobaugh, Mr. Cameron, Mrs. Constance, Chairman: Mr. Hines, Mr. Hamilton, Mr. Summers, Mr. M:1cLaren, absent. 22 x 'i I - fg:.11.-V"fJw ,. X. X H "2" "FF-T-'IT . -vu THEY culm: Teachers' Meeting VBu5in.355?? Dean Miekelwait Principal Paul Potter ' Nina Kitts Dean of BOYS Dean of Girls Vic Fennell Student Body President Finance and Budget Committee Committee 'ff .iw nf ,a,,. oh THEY , 4 W Bud Hinkson N iMarilyn Early Vice President Secretary 5 Q ,ii . fi 'K - i , y- , A' Assembly W! Q fi S Row 1: P. Stalsburg, B. Morris, J. Potter. Row Z: Mr. Burch, C. lil ,LQ 1' V dridge, L. Nec. Row 3: Richards, Mr. Blood, Mr. Harrison, B. Hink l lk 2 r , A xi 9 fs ilson. Row 4: D. Newmz1n,Mr. Mit-kciwaif, V. FCfH1Cll. Row 1: G. Napper, Miss Mallery. Row 2: V. Fennell, l R. 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An unscathed record in district competition entitled the Axemen a berth in the state playoffswgf s - - . . f The Axemen drew Oregon City in the quarter finals held at Hayward Field. , f ft-ilggiiigalilf, ' F: es.: The Purple commanded the game from the very start and when the .-'-,i1ifgliSQ,.ii?,,g . . . . . . ig-7 1: -.1:1.."s.' final gun sounded they found themselves in the semi-finals with a decisive 27 to 7 win over the Pioneers. E62 5 . . .' S' 22-' g, . ,--, A , "I This set the stage for the climax of a great season, the Axemen faced the fig Grant Generals,defending state champs, in a crucial test on Hayward Field. Eight thousand fans watched the b l h lf- ' l . d dl k .iliii-f-?lglI:'f5E5'5:-Q!! muffilagi' 195553-11f55,ii.. two teams att e to a a time score ess ea oc . 1, zqrsrgpgggilfinfgl-i,?3fT,,5..,H,M5,1. Then Grant scored late in the third quarter. - - - -F"'?5.f!ii.'.. 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H:.1zm:1:'-1-iff' lszzu.-5.5:-i5.12-J' 5!'lC1lCL57-gf' ..zf:::p.g:gig- if-155542135 29 .3 "YZF W 7 1950 FO0TBALL Hl-LIGHT S A glance at Eugene High's 1950 season tells you that it was one af the most successful in the history of the school. The Axemen didn't look too strong at the approach of the 1950 prep season, but as the year progressed the squad took shape and molded into a top-flite aggregation. For the first contest, Coach Hank Nilsen chose the strongest opponent available, Med ord. The game proved a real test for the. Axemen and they came out with flying colors. The highlight of the game came when Merritt Barber took a kickoff late in the fourth quarter and raced 86 yards to a TD. Chalk up number one for the Axemen, 24-19. Next came the Springfield Millers. Quar- terback Wally Russell passed to one touchdown, jerry Aiken plunged for two, and Manning Barber ran for the other. Ray Wrigglesworth, a new find in an extra point kicker, converted three out of four. Give the Axemen number two, 27-0. From across "them thar hills" came the Bend Lava Bears, Nilsen's former coaching school. The steadily improving Eugene squad made it mighty tough for the Bears as Russell tossed two TD passes. Russell's performance did not over- shadow Dick Crawford's 58 yard pay dirt scamper to insure the winning margin. I-lang up vic- tory number three for Eugene, 20-6. Next week Nilsen took his gridders to Cottage Grove where they played one of the toughest games of the season. The hepped-up Lions tallied first and put the pressure on, but the Axemen went on to tie up the game and later surge ahead 12-6 at the half. The game was wide open for both teams until Dick Crawford broke the Lions' back with a 78 yard TD run. Mark down victory number four, 19-6. At this point in the season it appeared that Eugene and Albany were the leading contenders for the district 4 berthffo the state playoffs. Meanwhile Hank Nilsen's crew disposed of the Cor- vallis Spartans 47-13, a game in which the Axemen exploded for 40 points in the last half. Next week the Axemen journeyed to Albany to play the big one with the Bulldogs, The winner was almost a sure selection for state playoff berth. Evidently the Bulldogs wanted the coveted berth because they piled up 13-0 advantage in the first eleven minutes of play. The Axemen came steaming back and trailed by only one point at the half, 15-12. The second half opened with an l i r ROW lr D. Himber. Manager: W. Maxwell: R. Burke: B. Hinkson: R. Gillilan: D. Ruhlman: j. Aiken: B. Feltola: Ma. Barber: Me Bafbffl L' HafnmC"'qUl5f- ROW 2: C. Horstrup, Asst. Mgr., D. Smith: K. Reisbeckg H. Hudspeth: W. Russellg D. Jensen: D. Crawfordg L Coonsi B- Smnhl B- I-08303 R. Mr.-del. Row 3: K. DeCoursey. Asst. Coachg H. Nilsen. Head Coach, j. Roberts, D. Hunter: G. Vincent A- R0mi82 W- Poffffl G. Porter: B. Schaefer: R. Oglesbyg J. Perkins: L. Millerg G. Smith, T. McGeorge. G. Seiplfi D. Parsons: D. Tallantg R. Radcliff: B. Eadyg V, Fennell: B. McGeorgeg L. Hegan, Asst. Coach. Row 4: L. Taylor, Asst. Mgr: eighty yard race by Manning Barber to put the Axemen in the lead. jerry Aiken ran for the conversion and a minute later crash- ed over for Eugene's final tally. Chalk up number six, 25-13, for the "State-Bound" Axemen. Eugene was due to meet its tra- ditional rival, Uni High. A week of rain soaked into the turf at Civic Stadium. The Axemen took to the mud like ducks and proceeded to gain sweet revenge for the past years, as the Axemen chalked up num- ber seven to the tune of 54-0. Eugene met its match next at Coos Bay as Marshfield handed the Axemen their first setback. The Pirates scuttled Eugene's hope for an undefeated season, 20-14. The Salem Vik- ings were on schedule and the Axemen met the situation accordingly. Manning Barber scored three touchdowns and Brother Merritt scored the other one. Wriggles- worth turned in a perfect night with four PATS out of four attempts. Mark down victory number eight for Nilsen's crew by a 28-0 count. Thus ended the regular sea- son play for the Axemen with a record of eight wins and one loss. Manning Barber fights for extra inches against overwhelming Grant Generals. Leon Hammerqurst ally Russell safe behind the Iron Curtain W , his man and U and G Y an SSAY' ' we cite Ss W? ix Manning Barber I-Ialfback ii 4:12 sight wyvrg' if .Q , 2. Kia i"""f.k- 'W pn. 'l. Merritt Barber secs pay dirt as jerk lays a terrific block, and Manning comes up to assist. r . fi! 3 Dick Crawford Fullback Merrrtt Barber Half back r '-fp "1. ' ' nv ' ,- vt . 1. 1 A . D' Sm :ig Wally fVanj Russell winds up and looks The foafhfs think it ovefv for a rccciver in the left flat, 33 l'WC'l'c got fo Pull this while Mcrritt Barber blocks out Z1 would bc tacklcr one out of fhf' fire-H Wm W Hudsp M WN S Ci 5, Ma. 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' ' N - " "".-:nu ' .'l'5-'-TTBS 42 "': - .MPH F' :-xr' l 7'-f 1fl"!l" 'J 2" agisilr Ellllllliigfllfwz:3l??ll4li.ll.7t112llL:t Q::.3::il.:I-ifltill ' ffailifli-4-Q-lilfihifigl-'iflfl ..l:J.:Q72l:3-l?!f'!l,'7i 1 ' 5 i -' ,ly Buck Schaefers Tackle Q I A ' 17 1 , 5 'Q-fi? ' if ff " .X i Y' X At- Rf-M. n fha. 1 1 ,uf fn' - li i is J , Y' ee, M is Hank I-Iudspeth if End Les Higcn gives Al Romig the word From two yards out jerry Aiken plunges over on the wedge to have the tackles spread out. 35 alias "Suicide 8" for the second TD against Medford I. km .splashes thc' Wa us Alcrritt shthcrs through slime and Uni Hi to thc' first TD. X Ah, swf-ct rc-vcrzgca' e -..- .- 'RA N I -Q Q " 1 , ffm: Of f K 4' 3 , parsons Deaglqackle ww Wx P6 37 F H 0PPONllNTS Medford Springfield Bend Cottage Grove Corvallis Albany Uni High Marshfield Salem 19 0 6 6 13 15 0 20 0 Al Romig End ik! fl 9. Hifi 1517131 UNE Rik!! J erry 1XHcen Ftdlback JJ Manning Barber uscs some fast footwork in broken field running to th.1lk up unothcr first down for liugcm' A bcofixigc, Grow froubl .Jfk has J hfflc c .st.1ntI,',,g I 1 hovers our hrs uttnnm lb lhxrhcr t.1rrncs thc PlgSklI1 uluz:xu::9K1iiiiI!f54!:r. '..:.f 121' ' ld'H3lNl'!f!11113-1Ili-1-1.--'rlv'.i.l.lJ..-.-o.....l....-1. -1- 11 Roland Mead "' Cluard U-.4 1-:,1...I. 4 1, 4 Y. 'VW kfhikihllflllal Doug Ruhlman En Fr! ,s ta 5 ' . There is plenty of pre-game tension as the Axemen come out of the dressing room for their first game. Manning Barber stretches for extra yards against Uni Hi as Roland Medel comes up to help. LXLZIIZXSVEQF 21 19 212111-715 ITU! kt! I 12115131 lH7ih'l!'2!!L'11.lIL1!. 6 Vic Fennell Quarterback Wally Russell Quarterback Larry Coons Tackle it :,. I L El Crawford gets a bear hug from a Corvallrs player as Manning Barber looks on Swivel Hips Aiken weaves through the Spartan defense for a srzeable '1.l3"4Q""!l.i.l:I49l.l1i'l3'vl5L'lIJ"f' 'VI Lkll5!3iZl711'i'l!'!'5"l5'4E.if1.l11iiiHhlT. Mr-rrirr nmv6S his versatilitv bv running and catching in perfect form. ff B gm S ai: Dale Tallant Tackle 'br umm 3 Yep! N we " '-f'- 1' if ?V I beat Salem . " ' H11 ,,s , 4 2 jerry Aiken dampens Springficld's spirit with a six-pointer as the Barbers clear the way I Hang on tight, Manning! Doug Ruhlman hooks a pass ' It means the first TD which is good for the first in the Marshfield game. TD against Salem. 96 F S Bill Mc:George Fullback Bill Eady X Q Center if Q' Q Parsons and Romig open a gaping hole in the Corvallis line. The "Scrubs" sit this one out llm Roberts End Bob Logan A X Tackle ' 4 'ks R . . J... t . T ...I THE COACHES With one successful season under his belt, coach Hank Nilsen set his sights for an even more triumphant year in 1950. "Hank", Kieth DeCourcey and Les Hagen molded one of the most potent football ag- gregations in the history of E.H.S. This terrific coaching team compiled a season's record of 9 wins and 2 losses and brought home both the Big Six and district titles. Coaches Cece Warner and Bert Kerns were responsible for developing the talents of Eugene's future stars in their work with the junior Varsity. Eugene High can easily boast one of the best football coaching staffs in the state of Oregon. We're proud of them! Row l C Wfirncr Coach D Bertlcson A Christenseng D. Smithg R. Burkug J. Wicksg R. Lcavittg B. Langg G. Gin-slr-rg T. Larsen: C, hrwin G Scelye M Mrliroom P Webster M. Hadsallg D. Jensen. Rrvu B Paden R Edmunstin B Smith B McHenryg E. Admireg NW, McCartyg B. Talluntg D. Dudlcyg L. Alfoitlg L. Huffnmng H. s R Province D Oyass C Hoeflein L. Schmitg G. Hansen. A. UeLourcey, C. Wfarncr. Bob Pelrola Halfbafk lgnrs off a would be tackler as Dick Jensen blocks out another. neil' I --Q Row 1: D. Ruhlman. H. Hudspeth, D. Olson, L. Landers, L. 1-lammerquist. Row 2: j. MacKinnon, A. Romig,' G. Seiple, Messler, W. Russell. Row 3: Roberts, Mgr. H. Sirmef, D, Par-gong, H, Kurhcfav Qoagh, At the beginning of the 1950-51 basketball season the situation was far from bright for the Axemen. Only three letter- men were returning from the previous year-Dean Parsons, john MacKinnon, and Harley Sittner. Parsons was the only regular of the three. The majority of the squad were made up of last year's B-squad. Lean Hammerquist, Lloyd Landers, Doug Ruhlman, Al Romig, Hank Hudspeth, jerry Messler, Wally Russell, and Gordon Seiple all were former B-squaders. From the first it was apparent that six-foot seven-inch Dean Parsons was going to be the whole show for the Eugen- eans. The big center led the Axemen to second place in the Big Six and to 12 straight wins in District 6 competition. Parsons grabbed the spot light in the Big-Six when he rang up a total of 226 points in 10 games to establish a new all- time Big-Six score record. The old mark was 196 set by Bob Edwards of Corvallis in 1948. Another highlight of the season was when Dean tallied 48 points against Cottage Grove. As the season wore on Parsons had to share the spot light with several other team mates. Gordon Seiple, jerry Messler, Al Romig, Leon Hammerquist, all developed tremendously at the close of the season. In the district play-offs Eugene captured three straight contests and the district berth to the state tournament. The Axemen met Newberg in the first game of the first round. After a slow start the Eugene squad rolled to a final 60- 40 count. Because of Astoria's history-making upset of Salem, the Axemen struggled with the Fishermen in the quarter finals. Superior height and speed payed off as Eugene edged the Fishermen 51-46. X It was in the semi-finals that Eugene met its Waterloo as jefferson, later state champ, ran over the Axemen to the tune of 62-42. The loss dropped the Eugene quint into a contest with Lincoln for third place. Although they lost 52-50, the tilt climaxed a great season for the Eugeneans, and gave them sixth place in the state tournament. Dean Parsons W Cen tem Dean Parsom sets for a gift shot against thc Cottage Grove Lions. The Big Breath Harley Sittner goes abo to sink a bucket. Harley Sittncr vc The Gunnar of Willililictte 'Ht' 5' . I Doug Ruhlman solocs I 57, J 1, f A for two points as Willa1nettc's Q . E K ,. I Paul jackson heads thc other way S 5 I f .X 4 R. 'fn Doug Ruhlman X, -x -my-A 5 uarcl4 Q X X x' NX Hank Hudspcth bypasses Wfillamcttds Leroy Wan'kcr to cum two points 1 Hank Hudspeth js 1 r ' 1 Lloyd Landers drives down the sidelines as University's Del Wlmitc-lx' strives to cheek him. -' L ek, A. '. Lloyd Landers Leon Hammerquist is stopped S0li by two Salem men. A ' Leon Hammerquist I 'IX if N. K Q' - 41... A If I Del Olson sets to push up a one4hamlcr as Eel Smith of University trys vainly to stop him. Del Olson 70l'LUal'6lJ .sq . if NS .. N . L 'UG . l. X Xu Qi' "" ' - . A-Q' . TQ" f N , I 4. Wally Russell puts up a giftcr VK A against Willixiiicttc. Russell X X Q . l'E Aww 3 K s zz. '.. .ra y .-,..- I . 1 IN.. Q X j , can fx 'xr Ne, Alan Romig Alan Romig sets up a grfter as Dean and Harley wait for a possible rebound ,R gh QE? Gordon Seiple ' Seiple goes in for a successful lay-rn as Paulus of Salem makes an unsuccessful attempt to stop him. E.H.S. 39 38 54 63 54 66 73 51 53 51 61 37 74 52 59 26 48 44 44 46 58 69 52 OPPONENTS Grants Pass Grants Pass Bend Bend Albany University Springfield Willamette junction City Corvallis St. Francis Salem Cottage Grove University Albany Corvallis junction City Salem St. Francis Cottag Grove Willamette Springfield 42 49 63 39 43 57 53 50 26 44 14 56 57 44 33 42 42 43 25 34 46 46 jerry Messler goes high to clear the boards as Dean looks on. 4 1 x .L rguncug g' ,X 24 X -QC , , , ff. xg , ,sg ,K ll If 1 ' 1 S erry Messler .Q . 4- J ..-1'2 ohn MacKinnon john MacKinnon pushes up a one-hander i W n-SQUAD Coach Duane Mcllem T. Bowen 1 Doerkso ni . .I MCKY, D. Jensen, A C-hd t ' 5 Cnsen D Mellem C Q Oafh, leslef, A. Marshall J R, I , . 1C1a1-ds, R P20 . . V, WCG, K. H - otalmg, 1. Young, B Bingh i am, Mgr. WINS 1 2 LOSSES 6 one up as Willani joe Richards puts ' ' ' ' 'top him. Don Griffith fails to s Alan Marshall scores against stiff 'll mette. OPPO sition from Wi a ct tc DISTRICT SIX CHAMPS 1 x SCORE Eugene 49 University 59 Dean Parsons with three men guarding him easily chalks up another bucket for Eugene. iw sg iJfst5 Captain Dean Parsons and team with District Six Trophy. SCORE Eugene 66 Oakridge 47 Dean Parsons uses his dead-eye hook-shot against Oakridge. SCORE Eugene 4 junction City -15 jerry Messier, on a fast break, cans two points for the Axemen. SM TE TO0RIMMfll7' SCORE Eugene 60 Newberg 40 Gordon Seiple clears the boards and passes to Parsons as we beat Newberg. SCORE Eugene 5 l Astoria -16 Hank Hudspetb soloes for two to help beat the scrappy Fishermen. 56 SCORE Eugene SU Lincoln 52 jerry Messler lays one in but we still lost Ll close on to Lincoln to end the season and give us sixth place in the state tournament. SCORE Eugene 42 jefferson 62 Doug Ruhlman sinks one against jefferson as everyone moves up for the rebound. 57 J. Peterson, B. Glass, Capt. MacKinnon, D. Himber Captain Terry Carter gets ready for a day on the COLIFSC. The team warms up with a game of doubles. Tfllllli' 600' The boys relax. Row 1 : T. Weinstein, T. Carter, C. Davis, D. Newman Row 2: Weinstein, V. Fennell. Miler Wayne Reiser coming into the home stretch. TR Cla' The Barbers get ready for a sprint The prospective '51 track team. Row 1: F. Neuschwander, B. McGeorge R. Kinnaman, j. Wicks, C. Wiedrich, F. Dover, M. Nielson, J. Weiii- stein. Row 2: M. Martin, D. Brown, A. Christensen, Young, B. Hink- son, R. Medal, L. Huffman, T. McGeorge, Erdmann, Coach K. Dc- Courcey. J. Lessel starts a windup. Eugene Pitching staff: H. Hudspeth, J. Lessel D. Ruhlman. usfanu I - -' x pw- f ina . ' ' 1 R it ',' ki. ' ' QQ 3 "X" N79 X" -: f ' ' AEE' ' i -fs fi-.gi . K 1- 2' iw. tr., f , i , t i 9 '- QVGW ' QGEW, W, A 'ill .an ' 1. I ' Ji B. Laing stretches for a hot grounder. f , -M ' X . I 2 ' .. , L , C. Hoeflein, B. Laing, R. Province, B. Wicks, T. Bowen. 60 L. Hammerquist and N. Cuthbert warm-up with some N. Cuthbert lets go with a low curve to D. Ruhlman. batting practice. Autographs 'GNQNQ . f ' in . if wah 3 .f i1'124'fi.w : fp . E Q 5, f , "ami,-eu. -Q .:ii9iff'aKr!li' 'tif :-I' ' 5' x an 'W' ..q an QYAL M' .va-iw TDGWHI. A 'fm ' ' V .1 W , ll .3 l1lJ.i.,6 , :ft . Q "4-if A' F' p :Q FHL WAI 9 -, . Bn 53:5 0.53 5- wig :Mx ii! 1 0 sf-Q v x Xi -sig . Dorothy Kopp President Vice-President Doris Stenshoel Gmus LEAGUE couNc1L Row I: D. DeVries, VI. Day, O.L. Dau T. Daniels. R. Coakes. j. Bowman, j. Blain. S. Barnum, G. Barnett. K. Barnes ROW' 2: D. Kopp, L. King. H. jordanger, M. johnson.-I. Hoppe, j. Gustafson, N. Mickelson, A. Gaxudion. M Epple. C. Eldridge. nl. Plnisted. j. Murlgett. M. Mortenson. B. Morris. P. Moran. B. Gilmore, M. McKenzie. R. Miln tyre, 'l. MLGL-c. I.. ML'Allis!er. Row 3: Y. Youngquist. Y. Madigan. D. W'ooley, j. W'iIQlish. M. Vualcr, M. l. Teague. H. Swager. D. Stenshoel, P. Slmffer. E. Reed. Ma-Pa-Me Party Secretary l Yvonne Madigan Treasurer janet XXfildi5h 64 . 6irls ' ue Teachers' Tea Throughout the year the Girls' League has been busily working towards the goal for which it continually strives-a big gcr and hcttcr union of girls through the medium of partics,community projects and school improvement works. Fall Cabinet Gold Pin Winners nllllll Spring Cabinet Girls of the Month ll A I I 1 1 I., 'Row l: N. Cuthhert. M. Barber, T. Bowen. B. Burgess. G. Cash, A. Christiansen. J. Colburn. L. Coons. AXIEMENS COIVNCII Row 2: O Crumroy. T. Dover, M. Hadsall. M. Elspas, G. Mazen. P. Morgan. R. Ogelshy. D. Ruhlman. Row 3: K. Petc-rmann, R. Redfern, XV. Reiser, I.. Small. P. Thompson. B. Xvarren, C. Clark, R. Wfriggleswurrli, 1 .ll.lLlll:elH President Ned Cuthbert The co-ordinate organization for boys at E.H.S. is Axemens Council. Every boy is represented by the council and may take part in the activities which include that wonderful little pocket edition of the "Who's Who in E. H. Sffthe Axe Handles-Y-noon entertainment, and special weeks Doug Ruhlman Vice-President Nloon Dance Ilenn Cas Sec retary Tre isurc r 66 L 3 Q Axe Handles on Sale .VII .1 -sn .. ll . l I Axemen 's Counc 7 jrm Colburn V Larry Coons Special Weeks' Chairmen Karl Petefmann Be Up Clean U sc-mb .Jaylord Brown S Priscilla Beacon 68 l' Earle Culbertson Leland Nec Raly Squad Grace jackson m W W .4 Kathy Merewether Roma Miltonbefgef Gloria Rogers i i Row l: C. Shumway, A. Nosler. j. Gustafson, A. Branham. Row 2: M. Antlerson. G. Barnett, G. Baumer. A. Gauclion, A. Blackwell, C. lirown. li. Carlson. D. Collver. M. Cross, M. Cross. D Cruvan, j. Daniels. j. Day. Row 3: li. Eacle. M. Early, M. Erickson, L. Frolen, P. Beacon, li. Gilmore, l.. Grc-gory, K. 'Havc-rcroft, G. Hugus, G. jackson. S. -leske. j. Kcrns. D. Kopp. G. Lee. B. Morris, S. Lipsit. Row 4: N. Lucas, R. McCulloch. j. McGee. M. McKenzie. X . Madigan. K. Iklerewetlier, N. Mickelson. G. Miles, R. Miltonhergcr. C. Moore. P. Moran, j. XX'hite. Row S: R. Page. j. Plaistc-tl.iG. Rogers. P. Shaffer. D. Siegmuncl. S. Sloan. G. Blinkhorn. H. Swagcr. K. Taylor. G. Titcomh. T. Torriccllas. j. XX'alkcr. C. XX'arrcn. Row 6: K. Vlfhitc. j. XX'iltlish. j. XX'illoughhy. S. Wfilson, D. Wfoocl, Y. Youngquist, l.. Carter, XV. Cross, S. Cummins. K. Dahlherg. M. Epple. A. Erickson. A. Fish. E. Fortt. Row 7: M. Fulton. P. jeskc, M. johnson, P. Kelly. li. Kcnnecly, j. l.illc'y. M. Linder. C. Martin. P. McVay. N. Pitman. j. Potter. Ii. Ruecl. S. Ross. Row 8: S. Shree-ve. C. Siefke, K. Snot-n. C. Snook. A. Starkwt-athc-r. D. Stenshoel, D. Sutton, M, L. Teague. D. Tye. M. Van Tassel. P. XX'eakley. S. Wriglit. B. Battle, Row Utj. lieacon. j. liureker, M. Campbell. S. Deck. S. Hargreaves. G. Hunger. j. Hutchinson. A. Kihn. H. McCallister, T. McKenzie, S. The girls with their effervescent spirit supported their team through a very triumphant year on the gridiron and oft Mtl.c-an. K. Seymour. P. Stalshc-rg. S. NX'aske. the court. . 5 l T' .if Z , lol' White janet Willoughby' l -it W si . Row I: C. Anderson, B. Barker. S. Barnum, H. Bauman, B. Beadle. l Caddy B Chirtier Cupingcr -l. Crooks, Curfman. L. Cushman, H. Donovan, S. Bowman, M. Gilmore. Row 3: QI. Golding. S. Hulse. C. jones. L. King. N. Litlrllc P. Lung. S. Long. D. Marentette, B. Mart. Row 4: Miss Glines. N. Seals, T. MCGQ-Urge. l. Nurlelman. C. Panther, P. Pruvancha, H. Reece D. Revell. l.. Rirhman. K. Satterfield, l. Schreiner, WU WN n Qiucrts M Sinilca L Sittmr A Tun l VU: cr Wflieeler. R. Tl1il5un.fXY'. W'mulfurrl Under the leadership of Miss Glines the Axettes and the Majorettes have had another active year providing the school and community with half-time entertainment and 5 as - emhusiastit spirit at all games. .. gi H w v W Ur ' C 2 l " Wi:- J Q A " ii I . le 6 41 R 4 B. Fenley. D. Himlmari, L, joelson. R, XX"i4'kS. G. XX'illiams0n. Cora Beyer ' D. Peirsun. G. Napper. B. Roberts. P. Napier. K. Shepard. Row 1: M. McCallister, W. Callaway, B. Anderson, S. Nosler, B. McHenry, K. White, Kerns, N. Lucas, M. Barber, M. Barber, Baumer. Row 2: Mattews, D. Barker, M. Barrows, L. Blakley, M. Couch, C. Shumway, S. Ross, K. Dahlberg, H. Kuntz, Randle, A. Gaudion. Row 3: B. Campbell, M. Camgbell, S. Deck, B. Fenley, M. Carson, D. Sloan, S. Gardner, A. Erickson, Gustafson, E. Fortt. Row 4: D. Newton, O. Cham erlain, Shultz, D. Illingworth, P. Hadsall, T. Torriccl- las, A. jones, C. Pulliam, L. Nee. Row 5: Miss Harshbarger, E. Madsen, G. Napper, M. Lee, Merker, G. Titcomb, P. Bea- ton, G. Iackson, R. Warkensein, D. Goode. Paletteers have done a marvelous job in promoting school enthusiasm for games, parties and programs through POSYCFS, signs, and banners. Remember such mottos as "Take Staten, "Beat Grant", and "Beat Salcmn? Often you will find them working late in the afternoon in 503 undcf the leadership ofMiss Harshbarger. Initiation 71 ,ai if Row 1: B. Barker, B. Caddy, E. Curfman, L. Cushman, I. Eickmeyer. G. Endicott, E. Harris. Row 2: S. Henry, L. King, G. Lowrance, B. Lemmer, B. j. McHenry, R. McIntyre, B. Monmndon, Mrs. Wformington. Row 3: C. Moore, M. Myers, E. Peterson, H. Reece, L. Richmond, K. Sem, D. Si everts. Pies, cakes, hot dishes, desserts. all to make up the potlucks and teas sponsored by the Future Homemakers of America The club has again finished a wonderful year under the capable leadership of Mrs. Wormington. Mother's Day Tea Committee Valentine Flower Booth 72 One of the many organizations of were very successful in their with several parties which the school can be justly proud is the Future Farmers of America. This year Th also took time out to have a share in the social side of :nn ' v - '9- L- 1'- -. -' w,4n.,iIv f N ea QP G- as ' 11 2' Row la E. Admire, M. Banton,. G. Burrell, j. Cook, H. DuRette. Row 2: j. Griffith. G. Gutherie, L. Hackett, G. Haldorsen, R. Hull, D Hunter. Row 3: R. Hunter, L. King, M. Kommcr, NV. McCarty, D. Renken. R. Snhaeffer. Row 4: M Simmons G Smith D St Sylvester, B. Tallant, D. Tallant. Row 5: 1. Thramer, M. Towlerton, j. Wfaclmnn, G. Wfarren, L. Ziph l't'CKC'l' llll 1IIlIF -lIlIIl- 'IIIIIIIY lllllk Illlll' llllll lllllll'-llll .fL..Ji Eu Row l .B Barley V Berge A Brown M johnson L Carmrckle M Carlson P. McVay, B. Coen, S. Conant, M. Cross, S. Cummins, H. McCalIrster. Row 2: K. Dahlberg, S. Dunning, M. Early, J.AGustafson, A. Erickson, E. Fortt, L. Frolen, W. Garrett, B. Gilmore, B. Glass, D. Gragg, J. Gregor. Row 3: P. Cross, B. Swager, D. Himber, C. Martin, S. Hugus, D. Klaus, j. Kopp, P. Kuhnhenn, S. Lick J. Lopuson, M. Loughary, Miss Woods. Row 4: C. Emerick, Y. Madigan, J. Terry, K. Meador, D. Miller, D. Morgan, D. Parish, B. Patter son. Miss Wilmtmt. Row 5: N. Pitman, K. Taylor, S. Ross, K. Sandell, P. Shaffer, S. Shreeve, C. Siefke, A. Starkweather, P. Weakley, j Wildish. Row 6: j. MacKinnon, W. Reiser, G. Ma W v Th Titc P. G. b, R. Toner, L. zen, ompson, Om llc Wildi W. 00 M d Hen ricks. sh, lie, J- J-WY Y, r. - was doubled from that of and the m last year. Meetings are held in various members homes and the club has nual conference in the spring. ou the years first meeting of I R L that the 30 its activities The Latin Club holds as their annual project a Christmas party, wh poor children. ere they exchange small toys which they 0 C F! 'few O Row 1: M. Swain, L. Andrews, G. Barnett, G. Mnes, C. Brown, B. Coen, M. Cross, D. Kopp. Row 2: V. Fennel, C Eldridge, L. Frolen, K. Havecrroft, E. Horn, G. Hugus, G. jackson, P. Cass. Row 3: Miss Nelson, D. Sutton, M. Lee G. Lowrance, Y. Madigan, McGee, M. McKenzie, C. Martin. Row 4: K. Meador, A. Barton, B. Montandon, P. Mor an, D. Morgan, D. Parish, J. Peterson, B. Richardson. Row 5: . MacKinnon, P. Rosendahl, C. Sieflte, D. Sloan, B -H- Qu. Smith, J. Terry, G, Tirfomb, J. Walker, A. Wilkinstwn. Wim!!! 'I I E Ellllll E' I IE' ii: ' Ili I lll I I llll . 1 ,I ,Ill l!llL-.I' E!llilE U'1l'lfIE. I IVIIIF UNI liull v IIIEIIIKIII llllE!llllllIiMll! l!lll!!lE -l.lIll,,,,lIlI ll ll'i Elll!!IlI!llllllMl'iIl!IIIlEilli I--lIlI!lIi llllllfl llll li ull! B lrnlrm IIIIIIIEQ :gg ,, !lIlll!ll lIHH,,l'lI ll' Manu Illlllll 5 MIHIEIIIEIIIEII lll El, ,EM gn Qilgsm I -ll Elll ,I Ellllgl! ll IIIEIIIII I ll I lllll llllllillllllillll illlllllllllli lllllilllllll 1 Ad... .J Row l: M..Barber, A. Blackwell, N. Brooks, C. Beyer, B. Carlson, M. Cass, M. Cross. Row 2: J. Burgett, N. Cuthbert, C. Davis, -I. Day. M. Elspass. H. Garrett, B, Gilmore, M. Gilmore. M. Griffiths, L. johnson, S. Leege, j. Lilley, j. Lopu- son, N. McCape. R- w 3: K. Meador, R. Miltonberger, M.Myers, B. Patterson, P. Patterson, D. Revell. G. Russell. Row 4: Miss XXX-st. P. Schaeffer, S. Sloan, B. Swager, K. Talor, -I. NXfiIIahy, j. Wylie. Aside from its annual celebration of Xmas in the Spanish way, assembly, banquets, and potlucks, the Spanish Club J.u I WI llll.. 'l '11 y El'l ... :.-'Il' A i i "1 IEIF E .T - 1 - .. .. .... .. .. .. - , -1 1 1 has hrou 'ht an opportunity for interested students to come in contact with the Spanish language and customs. -sl 1 F 1 .1 . . -, L i L III' HIE: li , i ' 2 E i 'Eli il i In ll 1... i ..- ' 1 E ,i :: ,, 1 2 The French Club provides its members with an opportunity to study the French language and civilization. This year Eats a special project they have reorganized the charter and constitution. Row 1 B Lee F Neuschviander P Kelhs Row 2: G. Mazen . ulson, D. Chase. Row 3: Miss ll Illl,lIlIlIl lllll 'llllll lllllb-illllll. lUllq,LlJLlIlf1llIIl.Jllllll Illllll 1IlllLL Jllllll Ulllkg Jlllll UllIlL.ilLllll lllllllr JU.l!.U Ewii--ii E --E. -,E-ln-Tn , II . -Thine. :FL smile . 22' an L v iii' gall.-EEE 'ggi-Eu SGW 1: M f is -E ' G13 ' At E M ?Cq SS' Rfiw wood, M O1 gfq. G ' Barbe :iii Qf the ... lgh Stagg? C islncgst activ ' Rljbertgrlgltontifi-Ci. Cash !s-Inga S., OW L .Q -, W: f S, r M n on L- :i C - J, es r- W 'S 5. ...I ,- hr, A fh. Pc 3 'MY Rf --3-Hn gzlln f fam fm 'W --,I -.JS J Ch Cr. mo . D., 'F 5.5 ,z I- -- afa- so S R 'N U ..- J.. Jil, cr Hb ln um fu . 'ber - -- Cr an E ma Sq-, Igl .... :E .l.-'E thfol quff 'H- S - n' D. wands m' C. L 1 lgh fun . S . r, D , D M N JI Out d th I5 muh' Row ilvls' II.:-b 2. the e ann T T. W 47 D C' Fm ' 'f '39 i SCh0ol, ual Club afrlm-kl Igevnknlick- V wggurk. I A ers ljspons y ' Wan' .HQ il ennen 3-, ful mbas ... ay b 0r5 Su- ldrkh -mcrsu , I YCSK Q Sador reakf ch wo ' L- Zi n' V L0 . S List ffl ph Dsxstg Olgrgqfgeg Ch - It gcrrgspfgjcqg a 2 ank Fist' fr 5 tl . E sglvixgnpiffiilvship a WTC 21,13 In1EE:g1Qf - ' the and Chr. A A In nnual JLSQQQQ-g5dea,S am Cnior BOng th E anqufre stude "' and nfs of ,X ll ' Of COLE.. H S Sc l -Th . ' Q ' mccti elf act, 1 ngS cvg? nflfguivgnth A S ily' R Q :LDC Adam T-Ph-A X I' V ' S' E KACE, I. EiTPbL.Il'ii Ander - L ever- me ow 50n R. King L1-oft' SY:-fm M Z3 B Ba ' , vvw 51'FL' Kin' Hfnrt Eifknge Den' Igker' G. E iris' M ' Neuf' R- KE L' Heyflr' C- ECOHVC Barnett ' -w'eH- Sinakaihwand Vkendafshaser' land s, CO- A, Ba X burn ,B S e,-x M Il' S jH 81, C nam non S mm, -D. WOT' 6: R SNQISUII Hdsen ugus' Sow 3: Og, L- J. Bo d S B may- W wage- ' R' Pi J' Ma ' Hug ' End-ushmay ' P- B - Ulla '-Ill Jzu -W. M C D nv J. f Iiilllnlf-I.I1f2'!IIau ,. mf- Maxfiigksha 2 ' - , mWU'2viWM5!2wE"IIIWf nwf nw i L 1: --E E I 'mise' Pt, llqher Cy' C' fvish R . Good Oerksc v M- Ca :um"'l11 'Wllg mrs 'Hug un Su Um 3 H YJ, MM 44 M V m l ,WPSQD aimed Nhalbl ' C, KA ' Gul, ' Don lv Dll Ili' lllll ' In -,Em lil mg . HH. , ' 'D.W'TR, ' G, Sffrlum-ln, S ner, P ' lun ull Hill- IM 3 w if ,Hike L1'm,NM-ICS 'xv 'Haga- , nl I 'mum I , f1 W'Rg,y' D, Km-hu nn: -illlgiimggmulllllgm lg lllllg?l'l,Jr-,nm YI I, if 5-lsefjfsb "H Ulu?--Illu 'lun ' lm .!l1"'lI lg lllll illwli S QSM -lllimlllllir -.UH lmwjumlimlllpm qi 1111.42 ' l'li"'H-! J Inn 1m!im.,!.!im "f':.-2.1. E4 I lL1W2.iu F! I ll ll UNI: , ,m1gf'uJ'-1um.4 'n""lmU sl' ""! s "ESM I lin mtg' Mlugu lm -' iiwfif-mJWlm luillmlim - ik -mil Msn. IH I-...-..,.., Row I: C. Anderson, M. Anderson, j. Ash, G. Barnett, A. Branham, C. Brown, B. Carlson, Row 2: J. White, B. Mor- ris, B. Gilmore, S. Henry, j. Howard, S. Lick, R. McCulloch. Row 3:Miss Hayes, M. Early, R. Mclntyre, C. Panther, D. Revell, D. Sieverts. Row 4: P. Shaffer, C. Vagal, G.Miles, -I. Wildish, j. Wildish, S. Wilson. Miss Mallery. The Commercial Club, whose duty it is to keep its members up to date on the techniques of the business world, has also had an interesting year with potlucks, parties and social meetings. O Have you ever wondered why there is so much order in the-'halls, assemblies, and at games? It is the function of the E' Club to help maintain order in the building and on the school grounds. jj ll "T"'7 Row l: M. Barber, M. Barber, W. Reiser tkneelingj, D. Ruhlman, G. Seiple. Row 2: N. Cuthbert, L. Coons, G. Porter, R. Medel. Row 3: D. Crawford, R. Gillilan. B. Lee, B. Hinkson, j. Roberts, L. Taylor. Row 4: V. Fennell, L. Hammerquist, B. Radcliff, B. Mr- R. Wfrigglesworth, G. Smith. Row 5: D. Himber, D. Palanuk, F. Dover, D. Hunter, R. Peltola, D. Tallant. Row 6: W. Russell, Neuschwander, j. MacKinnon, j. Messler, H. Sittner, D. Parsons, G. Vincent, T. McGeorge, W. Porter. f?IIlll ,'lIIlIl JIIIL 'llllllr Illllf . -mn:nna-mn:mu-muznm um nu um- Illliillllllalllll' ilnillllllmimlllll sme th l l' R mber those meetings and gontcsrs vshcn the gun dndnt sccm to shoot straight' nd ' fmally the prfwntatlon of the plaque to thc. boy mth the but ucr lllllllllllgw:llIIIIEIHIIIEIIIINEHIIII-ElHIIFM 1 D Bronaugh M Flspas J Erdman D Goode L Gubrud Mr Burch Row 2 C Henson D Hnmber L Row 7: nts Cno hard feelmgsj make up an eventful year for the Chess Club fm? DV' B Kmgsley T McGeorge B Nelson D Smith R Smit 1 G Berg H Blakley J Blue D brown, K.Lollms C Davis Row 2 D Dickinson G Farnswo ram Row 1. . l 1: D. Allen P. Allen L. Andrews L. Balch D. Barker B. Beadle j. Blain, M. Brooks, A. Brown. Row 2: P. Brown, D. Bums jordanger K. johns A. Ki N. Mickelson D W er M Washburn S. Charles S. Calkins L. Carmickle L. Carter S. Conant. Row 3: S. Deck, D. Devries, D. Danielson, E. Davenport, C. Farris L. M. A. Gillett M. Goins J. Golding M L. Goode. Row 4: F. Harnsworth, C. Hoff, A. Holgate, G. Hugus, S. Hargreaves, G.'Hunter hn A ' ht Row ' P Kuhnhenn, j. Mathews, C. McMichael, C. Lounsbury, S. McLean, E. Towlerton Row 6: D. Panther, S. Rhoads. K. Smith, J. Terry, M Vaaler, P. McVay, P 5.. . Knig . . alk . EIllIl!lll li l l lmliuuiimilll Initiation . . . potlucks . . . volleyball . . basketball . . . softball . . . and the an- nual award spring luncheon make up an active year for the G.A.A. - U .The Science Club is divided into three basic interest divisions: chemistry, biology and photography. This year numer- ous projects have been presented before the club by members. QDid you wonder what that noise was?j The club has again completed EBM: Q a very interesting and eventful year. no 44 12 ff. ,a-'Nj 'P fN'X Row 1: L. Andrews, A. Beyer, B. Brown, D. Brown, D. Brown, R. Caldwell, M. Cass. Row- 2: j. Colburn, R. DeBar, L. Frolen, A. Holgate, j. jones, 1. julson. Row 3: Mrs. Robertson, J. Laufer, C. Lundy, C. McCullough, P. Morgan, B. Patterson, G. Kindt. Row 4: j. Russell. T. Warnock, C. Wiedrick, C. Wood, C. Welsh, Mr. Diebel, Mr. Kienzle. llilllllil llilllllillllllll lilllll!lllll!'m!llIIEIIIIIEIIIIISIIIIEMIII Illl glll II! 'lllIll"lllll-llllillllllllll!-'Illl!llllllIllllllllllilllll!llIIl!llIllIllll!llIl lllll -llll llllllllllllllllllll lllllllllllllllllllillllllllllllllllllllll -lllllillllllllllll-Illllll Elllll' 'lllllillllllllllilllllillllllillIllilllll-lllll!llll!llllllllllI3llIllI!llIll!lIlI!l: IlIl"lIll'l lllll'lllll:llllllllllllllllllilllIll!lIllIlilllH!lllIll!lllllllllllllllllllllllllll lllll llll-llllllllllllglllllilllll'illllll:'lllllE.lllIIl-llIllSlilllallIllilllllslllllilllllllllllll 'lllIl4Illlll ll . -A . L , 7: a J, 4 W P.. i . li. 5 - : , , :lf ,-g he 2 up ggi WEWQEQEIMEIQEMEIIYIIPiwilllllimllllliuliwlwliwimli 79 llllllli lllllllllllllllllllllIllll!lllIlI-lllllillllllllllilllllllllllllllllllllllillllllllll! ll QC at .0'. CQ 'J i- q ' N is H -- ': I. J. Ash, C. Beyer, T Carter, A. Blackwell, M. Grciner, M. Anderson, G. Mazen. Row 2: J. Gustafson, S. Hargreaves, J. Daniels, Erickson, S. Gardner, A. Gaudion. Row 3: D. Holmes, J. Gustafson, G. Lee, D. Kenner, D. Kopp, T. Larson. Row 4: V. Mapes, M. P Moran R. Toner. Morgan, L. Nee, J. Terry, D. Oyes. Row 5: B. Hostick, B. Radcliff, H. Schureman, C. Shumway, D. Olson, V. of "Stage Door" was the maior activity of Thespians this year. other things the students developed poise and self control and learned to appreciate dramatic lite:a.Lu.re. , I"" . ,..f,,....- ,.----rv V rw. A88- .-ns.. -nr' ::3 25 Row 1: B. Anderson, B. Bailey, G. Cash, B. Coen, C. Davis, S. Dunning. Row 2: S. Gardner, J. Gustatson, C. Hon- ey,, P. Kellis, J. Kerns, J. Landes. Row 3: J. McGee, D. Mickelwait, R. Miltonberger, D. Morgan, J. Newsom, S. Nosler. Row 4: D. Williams, D. Revell,'S. 5: D. Sloan, P. Stalsberg, V. Thomp- son, C. Thurston, R. Toner, D. Webb, A. The hilarious bus rides to and from the area, the spills andtachievements made while there, will always be remembered by the members of the ski club. l Jn - in mx K sue-Q in 3' ls., . 'Q ,S se, fe Wie -as it Q A 9 essays Robert Lyon November 9, 1908-December 12, 195 0 Tall mountain peaks were challenges to him. In studies, and in character, and eleedg He strove for height and fineness in his work, ln all his dealings with his fellow men. He taught his students to make heights their goal In studies, and in character, and deedg He taught them to show tolerance and faith ln men of other nations, other creeds, And those of us who knew him are made rich In having known a man who freely gave Himself, unselfishly to all he knew. He always walked the heights and walks them still. .iiiiioif c laire Gibson 31 ., W ..:, Sw' - , 7 z1f2'ijig,'0 .4 V QQQQJN Q MJ 5' . wg fffwzwv Q 314111-f,?fv"7:' -y., A Tiff ii X' X54 51 FZ LE.-f . L 1 ESU? ,C - .,.. A 5, -fu x ww----PA: A, I1 M , ---:sq , Y 'R 'Q ? 5 45 A 1 l L. ix N ig , ls . -. my Q Q , ., wi 1 X f y 0---6-...,..,. .-..w.,,,, 5 .4 ' uh 5 :72 . . . . - ,V e - X 2' , ' e Q . s - ,J E 2 Q Q f S 2 s gf fi , ig 52 . ,fi X' 15 .. ,. m .w., A, V - X 423, vf 1 5 ....-Q.. ...Tk X a 5 x E 1 E E s 7...i- A QA Row 1: I.. Frolen, P. Allen, G. Barnett, E. Beier, J. Boyd, P. Brown, D. Burns, R. Coakes, A. Wilkinson, D. Collver, C. Drury, I. Eich-i meyer, F. Hein, B. Petzold, J. Hoppe, C. Hurd, H. jordauger, G. Kehrli, A. Knight, C. Lundy, j. Marshall, M. Martin. Row 3: L. Huff- man, W. Menzies, G. Miles, S. Rhoads, M. Myers, S. XX'hite. R. Page, K. Panther, B. Patterson, P. Patterson, C. Perkey, P. Peterson. W Row 4: C. Peterson, D. Himber, S. Pitcher, D. Miller, G. Russell. A. Sallee, D. Sieverts, K. Sem, M. Sinaikn. j. Terry, B. Thompson, A. Thin- Y grall Row 5 XX' M T D W'ilker, S. Walke-r, M. Webster. Z. M. Wfheeler. A. Nelson, D. Wfical, C. NWA-itlritk, C. Davis, C Winter D faces of the and girls who punehed your tickets at the games were thos of the hard-working Seri- iee Club This out organization renders serviee to the school and eommunity. Initiation Ticket Taking J avg Q an as 9 9 -wx Row 1: P. Provanrha, K. Shepherd, C. Brown, S. Wilcox, j. Poull, M. Gilmore, B. Huling. Row 2: Mrs. Hjelte, D. ilindmiin. li. Petmld, S. Haas, S, Liege, N. McWilliams, D, Siegvnund, S. Campbell, T. Torricellas, D. Endicott, Nl Vaiiglin, Mrs. Reece. Row 3: B. Douglas, M. Svingen, V. A Berge. The library staff, composed of 21 industrious girls and their advisers, was always ready to give its assistance when we needed help finding material for term papers, debates, and all those other necessary evils. 4 85 Seated: F. Brandon, D. Gillette, G. Rogers, A. Branham. Standing: N. Mickelson, A. Wilkinson, S. jeske, Sfl-len y, J. Ash, B. Gilmore, B. Coen, S. Erickson, F. Hein, B. Eade, H. Kuntz, j. Wilclish, K. Mereweather, K, White, j. Wfhite. D. Sieverts. G. Barnett. ENIIIEM MEM? The group of girls working in the attendance office deserve much credit for keeping close ac count of absences and tardies. Our applause goes to the girls who work in the office. These girls are kept busy answering the telephones, mimeographing, running errands and doing general office work. ., ... .. - .. ... -:: - 2 .... .. .. .., - - A .. - ... - - - .. .. .. .. .. -. ... .... .. ... - ' - Q1 ata : - - ...q 1? ... .- - - ... .. .. .. , . -: .-H ,- - .. .- i ' ... 3 f' Z: 3 - l -1 1 1 ' X :-. - i I Yi ' -1. , ' : 86 i . G 1 1 ,Ai 1- i 1 il ... .... - Q - - ... ... FEW -- ' i -- ,1 -ur i 11 v-1- ip- -11- u-n... 1- l -i -Q .1 2 i lf-flll.llll?1ll.lllLllll--4.l.l.LLll' LLLLLF llllll l.I.LI.U l1l.l.LLl l.U.LLI.F lLlLU ULLLI' IULUJ National Q Honor Society M. Barber, M. Barber, P. Beacon, C. Beyer, M. Cass, j. Colburn, M. Early, V. Fen nell, L. Frolen, B. Glass, B. Gilmore, J. Gregor, M. Griffiths, J. Gustafson, D. Him ber, J. Kerns, D. Kopp, D. Mickelwait, C. Moore, L. Nee, D. Parsons, K. Petermann K. Taylor, G. Titcomb, T. Warnock, J. Wylie. VANIVBVQLNQ X Q X f-'O x . ,F M.. x we Vw ,gvuu M - 4. , gf. A N 1. 'X an A Aim V 'td 3, ML gtk f Si vryq f.:. x s ,G m ' ix? V ,J P D , K L 5 9. Q J ' ' ' A If -, .i,Q . Q zk- .. . 1 Q a A W Q ,- Q .I f f -f , ":1 A, ' F - .Milf 'X' Q v M f S , . X Y l au WX wg X 1. fry Wh .gf Ng-fd, ,V E .wi 1 'ii ffN a,wf eg 3 QW AN' M--. 'knight w f tx. y , Q-A - new H ""'T94'r-W im, . 'f 'X 'X fw- J 0 E xi-Q 'iv 1 . Q-has Seniot'Ciass Party Is A Big Success The Senior Boys Serve Tom Nyarnock President Senior Class Council In Action Glenn Cash Vicvpresldent Sefff'l3rY Treasurer Anna Branham D0l'0fhy Wood As the traditionally green Sophomores we showed our Sophomore spirit by supporting little Bebe Clark, who won the Queen of Hearts Drive. There was a slip up in our junioryear, however, possibly due to financial difficulties on the part of the boys, but we came back again as Seniors with another winner, Queen Doris Cruzan. We entered our junior year with a little more confidence. We were positive that we hadn't looked as immature as the new Sophomores, who took over our lockers in Sophomore alley. A few of the more intelligent juniors struggled through "Wild Bill" Dedman's English class, while most of the juniors laughed and blushed with Eddie Goodnough. Near the end of our junior year, we began choosing our leaders for next year, We brought a pleasant junior year to a close with the junior Prom. When we finally took over our place in Senior alley and acquired that "senior feeling," certain members of our class brought more honors to Eugene High. In sports and leadership, Dean Parsons stood out as an inspiration to every athlete. Bob Glass showed his leadership as President of the State IRL, and Dorothy Kopp was elected DAR girl. In science, Lois Frolen was chosen as one of forty students from all over the United States to compete in the Science Talent Search at Wash- ington, D. C. And, few of us will forget the bright red hair of out Student Body President, Vic Fennell, as he introduced each assembly. As graduating seniors we will miss the happy days spent at Eugene High, but still we believe that: "Our Class of '51 Has just Begun !" Senior Committee Chairmen, Row 1: P. Moran, G. Lee, C. Warren. Row 2: L. Coons, E. Harris, K. Petermann. G. Brown, B. Gilmore. Row 33 L, Campbell, L. Nee, P. Brown, j. Pengra. Row 4: G Tin-ombs p- Ijcaconl Students Ordering Announcements Peggy Auferoth james Baker Manning Barber Margaret Barber Merritt Barber Beveriy Barker john Barker Giee Barnett Hazei Bauman Gertrude Baumer Prisciiia Beacon Larry Beard Dean Adams jerry Aiken Guy Aiiison Caroi Anderson Mariorie Anderson jane Ash Norma Begg Biaine Beief 'Iv' Vera Ann Berge Cora Beyer Ann Blackwell Bill Blain Lynn Campbell PtrSCilla Campbell Shirley Campbell Barbara Carlson Terry Carter Glenn Cash 93 yinny Blinkhorn jean B0wrnan Maurice Bragg Anna Branham Sally Brookfield Naomi Brooks Aloys Brown Carolyn Brown Christina Brown George Brown Phyllis Brown Bob Burgess Marian Cass Owen Chamberlain Tom Chambers Uris Chartier Diedre Chase Barbara Coen Betty Coen jim Coiburn Dorothy Coiivcx jim Cook Larry Coons Eiiyn Coven Liia Cox Dick Crawford joan Crooks Marjorie Cross Mariene Cross Doris Cruzan Ned Cuthbert joan Edna Danieis joan Faye Danieis janet Day Xu Paul Dietrich Shirley Dingrnan Synove Erickson Barbara Fegles Vic Fennell Lois Frolen Sharon Gardner jackie Gaubert 95 Vernonna Donner Bonnie Douglas Francis Dover Leslie Downing Hugh Durette Barbara Eade Bill Eady Marilyn Early lrene Eickrneyer Carol Eldridge Dorothy Endicott Mary Ann Erickson Don Gieason jane G0iding john Gregor Laveiie Gregory Maxine Greiner Mari Griffith Boyce Gustafson Lewis Hackett Patricia Hadsaii Gien Haidorson L0u Anne Haidorson Leon Hunmerquist Angela Gaudion Adith Giiiett Rod Giiiiian B0bbette Gilmore Mariiyn Gilmore Bob Giass Don Hanson Eiiene Harris Robert Hastings Kay Havercroft Bernard Hayes Lee Heany Richard Hull Hattie Hutton Marlyn Kverson Denny jackson Grace jackson Bevedy jarvis Frances Hein Ivan Henderson Shifky Henry Rita Hersey Stanhzy Herb Dodan Hirnber Donna Hindrnand Diane Hohnes Rena Horn janet Howard Gay Hugus B0nnie HuXing 97 Gary Kayser Paul Keele D0rcne Kenner jlll Kerns Walt Ketchum Ladd Klhn john Kiphart Merrill Kornmer Dorothy Kopp Ken Krumdleck Helen Kuntz Lloyd Landers . Shirley jeslce Bob johns0n Lynn johnson Russell johnson Vlllllard johnson Archie jones Eldon Latham Barbara Lawson Bruce Lee Gloria Lee Murial Lee Sally Leege Molly McKenzie Bernice Lemme! john Lessel Shirley Lick Sharon Lipsit Gwen LOW t2Ll'lCC Nancy Lucas Clayton Lundy Roberta McCulloch joyce McGee Tom McGeorge Betty Mcl-lenry Roberta Mclntyre Marilyn McWilliams john MacKinnon Yvonne Madigan john Malos Verion MapeS 99 Nadine Mickeigoi Don Mickeiwait Gwen Miles Roma Miitonberger jim Monroe Betty Montandon Chariene Moore Pat Moran D0n Morgan Bebe Morris nouise Murphy Maraidine MYCIS joan Mapiethorpc Mariiyn Marks jeri Mathews Gienn Mazen Karen Meador Kathy Merewether Georgia Napper Leland Nec Barbara Neison Charies Neison Fred Neuschwander Don Newman Charles Perkey jim Perkins john Perkins Kari Petermann Elaine Peterson john Peterson Annette Nosier Barbara Oiinghouse Anita Olsen Dei Oison Rita Page Don Paianuk Catherine Panther Roberta Parmenter Dean Parsons Barbara Paseman Bob Peitoia jim Pengra 101 Doris Pierson joan Pjarsted Barbara Poage Gordon Porter Warren Porter Carrolj Potter jeanne Pouh Barbara Pricket Pat Provancha jerry Proudfit Chester Pujham joan Randje john Reed Bcverjy Reese Kenneth Reisbeck Wayne Reiser Betty Petzold Caroj Pickett i - wr 5 Donna Reveh Charjes Rhodes W Bob Rrchardson Dolores Robb lim Roberts Gloria Rogers Donna Sieverts Merle Simmons Marjorie Sinalca Harley Sittner Dorothy Sloan Sally Sloan Paul Rosendall Doug Ruhlman Vfally Russell Buck SChaeEer Ron SChaeffer Gordon Seiple Kim Sem Pat Shaf f er Bob Shaw Kathleen Shephard Connie Shumway Dorothy Siegrnnncl 103 Dale Taiiant Kathieen Tayior Leslie Tayior janet Terry Phelan Thompson Veria Thompson Barbara Thomson Greata Titcomb Theima Torriceiias Mark Towierton C0rniiea Vanderpoi Maureen Vaughn Buddy Smith 'Yom Stockman Betty Stokes ioyce Streeter Manda Svingen Barbara Swager Gary Vincent Gene Virus Chariene Vogei jim Wadrnan Daie Waiker Doane W aiker Kristine White Darlene Wicai Shieia Wiicox janet Wijdish is 2 ean Wiidish Ann Wiikinson janet W aiker Betty Wairath Torn Warnock Bob Warren Coriene Warren Pat Washburn jack W einstein Chariene Weich Haroid Weiis Daroid Westbrook john Whaiiey joy White 105 my Wfisslfswonh lgnice Wylie , I Yvonnne Youngqms Leo ZlPf loyce WillabY l0YCe William50n lanet Willoughby Sharon W llson Dor0fhY Wood Winwa Vloouey enio Adams, Dean Ambassadors 2-3. Photo. Club l. Aiken, jerry Football 1-3, Club l-3. Allison, Guy Boys' Glue 2 , A Cappella 3. Anderson, Carol Ax - cttes 2-3, Sec. 3, Ambassadors 2-3, Commercial Club 3, Pres. 3. GL Cab. 2, Ceemoh Club Z.. Anderson, Marjorie GL Usherette 2, Ski Club 1, Com- mercial Club 3, Pep Club 3, Palet- teers 2-3, Thespians l-3. Vice-Pres. 3, Stage Door 3. Ash, -lane Commercial Club 3, Thespians 1-3. Office Training 3. Stage Door 3. Auferoth, Peggy Girls' Glee I-3. Baker, jim Axemen's Council 3. Ac ivities Barber, Manning Club 1-3, Nat. Hon. Soc. 2-3. Paletteers 2-3, Sergeant-At-Arms 3. Hi-Y 2-3, Vice-Pres. 3, Football 1-3. Co-Capt. 3, Track 1-3, Axemen's Council 1-2, Student Council 3, Shrine All Star 3. Barber, Margaret Spanish Club 3, Girls' Glee 2. Barber, Merritt "E" Club 1-3, Nat. Hon. Soc. 2-3. Paletteers 2-3, Sergeant-At-Arms 3, Football 1-3, Co-Capt. 3, Track 1-3, Hi-Y 3, Chaplain 3, Axemen's Council 3, Shrine All Star 3. Barker, Beverly Girls' Glee 1, Mixed Choir 2, Span- ish Club 3, Axettes 2-3, FHA 2-3. Treas. 3, Chr, Print and Cord Week Assembly 3. Barker, john Entered from Billings, Montana 3: Ambassadors 3. Barnett, Glee Student Council 2, Service Club 2-3, Latin Club 2-3, Ambassadors 2-3. Girls' Glee 2, GL Usherette 2, GL Cab. 3. Offfice Training 3, Com- merical Club 3, Pep Club 3, Gold Pin Winner 3, Ambasadors 3. Bauman, Hazel GAA 3. Girls' Glee 1-3. Baumer, Gertrude Pep Club 3, A Cappella 3, Mixed Choir 3, GL Rep. 3, Paletteers 2-3, Co-Chr. Paletteers' Assembly 2, jr. Prom. Comm. Head 23 Sr. Party Comm. Head 3. Beacon, Priscilla Nat. Hon. Soc. 2-3: Paletteers 3, Ral- ly Squad 3, A Cappella 2-3, jr. Prom Comm. Head 23 Pep Club 2-3. GL Usherette 3, Commencement Chr 3, jr. Commencement Chr. 2. Beard, Larry Begg, Norma A Cappella 3, Girls' Glee l-2, Co- Chr. Twirp Week 2, Ambassadors 2, Spanish Club 1. Beier, Elaine Band 1-3, GAA 2-3, Service Club 1- 3, Music Award Pin 2. Berge, Vera-Ann Library Training 3. GL Cab. 2, Student Council 3, Debate 2, Girls' Glee 1, Mixed Choir 2-3, Science Club 3, IRL 2-3, News Staff. Beyer, Cora Entered from Bremerton, Wash. 2, Axettes 2-3, Majorette 2-3, Nat. Hon. Soc. 2-3, FHA 2-3. Spanish Club 2-3, Thespians 2-3, Stage Door 3, Queen of Hearts Comm. Head 3. Blackwell, Ann Thespians 2-3, Sec. 3: GL Usher- ette 2, Spanish Club 2-3, Paletteers 2, Pep Club 2-3, Pride and Preju- dice 2: Sr. Party Comm. Head. Blain, Bill Blinkhorn, jennie Strand Sr. Rep. 3, Soph. Rep. 1, A Cappella 2-3, Pep Club 2-3, Sr. Sextet 3, Swing Choir 2, Girls' Glee 13 GL Usherette 2. Bowman, Jean Axettes 2-3, GAA 1-3, Girls' Glee 3, Sr. Sextet 3, GL Rep. 3. Bragg, Maurice Ambassadors 2. Branham, Anna Commercial Club 2-3, Service Club 1-2, GAA 1-2, Pep Club 2-3, Treas. 3, Sec. of Sr. Class 3, Treas. of jr. Class 2, Student Council 1, Office Training 5. Co-Chr. Sr. Girls As- sembly 3. Bl'O0kf1Cld, Sally Andefgon Band 1, Girls' Glee 1, Service Club 1. Brooks, Naomi Entered from Poulsbo, Wash. 2, Student Council 3, Spanish Club 2-3, Skyline Council 3. Brown, Aloys Band 2-3, GAA 2-3, IRL 3. Brown, Carolyn Latin Club 2-3, Commercial Club 3, Pep Club 3, GL Rep. 1-2. Brown, Christina Brown, Geroge IRL 2, Spanish Club 2, Co-Chr. Class Prophecy 3, Debate 3, News Staff 3. Brown, Phyllis News Staff 2-3, Co-Chr. Class Will 3, Service Club 2-3, Ambassadors 1-3. Burgess, Bob A Cappella 1-3, Music Award Pin 2, Axemen's Council 3, Boys' Octet 2- 3, Operetta 1,3. Campbell, Lynn Ambassadors 2-3,, News Staff 3, Business Manager 3, Co-Chr. Class Will 3. Campbell, Priscilla Girls' Glee 1-2, A Cappella 3, Sr. Ensemble 3. Campbell, Shirley , Chr. Xmas Project -3, Girls' Glee 3. Carlson, Barbara Usherette 2, GL Rep. 2, Service Club 1-2, Spanish Club 2-3, Ski Club 2-3, Commercial Club 3. Pep Club 3. Carter, Terry Thespians 2-3, Golf 1-3, Capt. 2-3. News Staff 3, Sports Editor 3, jr. Assembly Comm, Head 2, Sr. As- sembly Comm. Head 3. Cash, Glenn Ski Club 1-3, Pres. 1, EHS Annual Ski Trophy 1, Hi-Y 2-3. Sr. Class Vice Pres. 3, Axemen's Council Sec- Treas. 3, Student Council 3, Budg- et and Finance Comm. 3. General Chr. of Grad. 3. Cass, Marian Nat. Hon. Soc. 2-3, Treas. 3. SPM- ish Club 2-3, Band 2-3. GL RCP- 3. Science Club 3, Debate 3. Chamberlain, Owen Paletteers 3, Eugenean 2-3. Chambers, Tom Entered from Phoenix, Ariz. 3. Mixed Choir 3. Chartier, Lois Girls' Glee 3. Chase, Diedre Bancl 1-3, French Club 3, Ambassa- dors 1-3. Coen, Barbara Ski Club 1-3, Sec. 2, Mixed Choir 3, News Staff 2-3, Office Training 3, Debate 3, Skyline Council 3. Coen, Betty Ambassadors 2-3, Latin Club 3, IRL 3, Science Club 3. Colburn, jim Science Club 1-3, Treas. 3, Axemen's Council Cab. 3, Debate 3, Band 1-3, Nat. Hon. Soc. 3, News Staff Pho- tographer 3, Dance Band 2-3. Collver, Dorothy Service Club 2-3, Sec. 3, A Cappella 3, Eugenean 2-3, Sr. Sextet 3, Am- basadors 2-3, Sr. Rep. 3, Pep Club 3, Operetta 3. Cook, jim Coons, Larry Student Council 3, Soph. Rep. l, jr. Rep. 2, Sr. Rep. 3, Football 1-3, Player of Evening 3, Band 1-3, Axe- men's Council Cab. 3, Bacca. Co- .Chr. 3, Hi-Y 2-3, "E" Club 2-3. Coven, Ellyn Cox, Lila Entered from St. Morris, Idaho 3. Crawford, Dick Track 1-2, Football 1-3, Boys' Glee 1-2, A Cappella 3. Crooks, joan Girls' Glee 1-2, A Cappella 2-3, Service Club 1, Axettes 2-3. Cross, Marjorie Ceemoh Club 1, Latin Club, IRL 3. Pep Club 5. Cross, Marlene Student Council Rep. 1.-2, GL Ush- erette 2, Spanish Club 2-3, Pres. 3, Pep Club 1-3, Paletteers 2-3, Soph. Dance Comm. Head 1. Cruzan, Doris Troubadors 1, Pep Club 2-3, A Cap- pella 2-3, Pres. 3. GL Usherette 2, GL Rep. 1, jr. Chr. Sr. Luncheon 2, Music Pin Award 2-3, News staff 3, jr. Sextet 2, Sr. Sextet 3, Operetta 3, Queen of Hearts 3. Cuthbert, Ned Baseball 1-3, "E" Club 3, Pres. of Axemen's Council 3, Axemen's Council 1, jr. Rep. 2, Spanish Club 2-3, Student Council 2-3, Football 1, Basketball 2. Daniels, joan Edna GAA 1. Daniels, joan Faye Thespians 1-3, Pep Club 2-3, Serv- ice Club 1-2, Ambassadors 2-3, Chr. Xmas Project 2, GL Usherette 2, GL Cab. 3, Student Council l. Girl of the Month 3. ' - 107 Day, janet Entered from Tillamook, Ore. 2, GL Rep. 3, Mixed Choir 2, jr. Rep. 2, Spanish Club 2-3, Pep Club 3, Student Council 3. Dietrich, Paul Science Club 1-2. Dingham, Shirley Girls' Glee 1-2, A Cappella 3. Donnor, Vernonna n Ambassadota 3. Douglas, Bonnie Girls' Glee 1-2, A Cappella 2-3. Sr. Sextet 3, Library Training 3. Dover, Francis Student Council 2, Traclr 1-3, Axe- men's Council 1, "E" .Club 3. Downing, Leslie Boys' Glee 1, Mixed Choir 1, Axe- men's Council 1. DuRette, Hugh FFA 1-3, Chair Crew 2-3: Eade, Barbara Ceemoh Club 2, Pep Club 3, Girls Glee 1, Office Training 3. Eady, Bill Football 1-3. Early, Marilyn Student Council 2, Band 1, Student Body Sec. 3, GAA 2, IRL 2-3, Pep Club 2-3, Commercial Club 3, Nat. Hon. Soc. 3, Constitution and By- ' Laws Comm. 3. Eickmeyer, Irene Ambassadors 1-3, FHA 3, Service Club 3. Eldridge, Carol H Band 1-3, Service Club 2, Latin Club 2-3, Ambasadors 2-3, Student Coun- cil 3, GL Cab. 3, Assembly Comm. 3, Debate 3, IRL 2, Music Pin A- ward 2. Endicott, Dorothy Ski Club 2, Service Club 2, Library Training 3. Erickson, Mary Ann Jr. Class Sec. 2, GL Usherette 2, GL Cab. 2, Chr. jr, Dance 2, Pep Club 2-3, Soph. Rep. 1. Erickson, Synove Spanish Club 2-3, Paletteers 3, Of- fice Traininl! 3, Chr. Print and Cord Week 3. Fegles, Barbara Ambassadors 1-3, Treas. 2, Band 1-2, E Mixed Choir 3. Fennell, Victor So h. Rep. 1, Football 1-3, Basket- ball 1,33 Golf 3, Student Council 2- 3, Debate 1-3, Nat. Hon. Soc. 2-3, Hi-Y 1-3, "E" Club 3, Latin Club 2- 3. Student Body Pres. 3, Assembly Comm. 2-3, Finance and Budget Comm. 3, Debate Winner 1-3, jr. Prom. Comm., Head 2, jr. 'Chr. of Commencement Week Activities 2. Frolen, Lois Ski Club 1-2, Treas. 1, Pres. 2, GAA 1-2, Treas. 2, Science Club 2-3, Pres. 3, Nat. Hon. Soc. 2-3. Service Club 1-3, IRL 2-3, Sr. Rep. 3, Or- chestra 1-2, Latin Club 3, Debate 2-3 Pep Club 3, Girl of the Month 3, Westinghouse Science Talent Search Rep. 3. 1.08 Gardner, Sharon GL Rep. 1, Service Club 1, GAA 1, Pep Club 1, Thespians 2-3, Sport Kats 1, Ski Club 1-3, Vice-Pres. 3, Ski Team 1-3, Capt. 2, Ambassa- dors 2-3, News Staff 3, 1950 Ski Award 2, Paletteers 1-3. Gaudion, Angela GL Cab. Paletteers 1-3, Pep Club 3. Thespians 3, Chess Club 1, Stage Door 3, Soph. Dance Comm. Head 1. Gillett, Adilth GAA 1-3, Band 1-3, Sport Kats 1, Girls' Glee 1,3g Spanish Club 3, Debate 3. Gillilan, Rod Tennis 1-2, Football 1-3, A Cappel- la 3, Axemen's Council 2, "E" Club 3. Gilmore, Bobbette Pep Club 2-3, IRL 3, Spanish Club 1-3, Pres. 2, GL Rep. 2, GL Cab. 3, Student Council 1, Gold Pin Win- ner 3, Nat. Hon. Soc. 3, Eugenean 3, Office Training 3, Commercial Club 3, Co-Chr. Programs for Grad. 3, Print and Cord Week Comm. Head 1. Gilmore, Marilyn GAA 2, Girls' Glee 1-2, Spanish Club 3, Library Training 3, Axettes 2-3, GL Rep. 3. Glass, Bob Debate 1-3, Student Council 2-3, Soph. Rep. 1, Paletteers 2, Tennis 2-3, Hi-Y 2-3, Pres. 35 IRL 2-3, IRL State Pres. 3, Nat. Hon. Soc. 2-3, Rally Squad 2, Debate Winner 3. Gleason, Don A Cappella 1-3. Boys' Octet. Golding, jane Girls' Glee, Mixed Choir 3, GAA 2-3, FHA 3, Axcttes 2-3, Service Club 3, GL Rep. 3. Gregor, john Axemen's Council Rep. 2, Soph. Rep. 1, Student Body Auditor 3, IRL 3, Finance and Budget Comm. 3. Nat. Hon. Soc. 3, Debate 3. Gregory, LaVelle Beaux Arts Ball Princess 1, GL Usherette 2, Soph. Rep. 1, A Cappel- la 2-3, Pep Club 1-3, Student Coun- cil 3, GL Rep. 1, Soph. Party Comm. Head 1. Grelner, Maxine Thespians 2-3, Treat 3: Mixed Choir 3, Service Club 1, Stage Door 3. Griffiths, Mari Entered from Corvallis, Ore. 2, Nat. Hon. Soc. 2-3, Service Club 2, Span- ish Club 2-3, Music Pin Award 2-3, Dance Band 2. Gustafson, Joyce Nat. Hon. Soc. 2-3, GL Cab. 3, De- bate 1-3, News Staff 2-3. Debate Winner 2-3. Hackett, Lewis FFA 1-3, Treas. 2, Sentinel 3. State Awards from judging at Fairs 2-3. Hadsall, Pat Paletteers 2-3. Haldorson, Glen FFA 1-3, Pres, 2, Sec. 3: Student Council 3, FFA Letter 2-3, Chair Crew 2-3. Haldorson, Lou Anne Girls' Glee 1. Hammerquist, Leon "E" Club 2-3, Football 1-3, Co-Capt. 3: Basketball 1-3, Baseball 1, jr. Class Pres. 2, Axemen's Council 1-2, Simmons Cup 3, Shrine All Star 3. Hanson, Don U Pack Rats 1, Boys' Glee 1-2, Axe- men's Council 2, Mixed Choir 3. Harris, Eilene FHA 2-3, Reporter 3. News Staff 3, Co-Chr. Sr. Prophecy 3. Hastings, Bob A Cappella 1. Havercroft, Kay Ambassadors 1-3, Pep Club 3, Latin Club 2-3, sec-rms. 5. , Hayes, Bernard Student Council 3, Finance and Bud- get Comm. 3. Heany, Lee Boys' Glee 1, Football 2. Hein, Frances Gold Pin Winner 2-3, GL Cab 2, Slri Club 2, Commercial Club 2-3, Service Club 1-3, Ambassadors 3. Hemphill, Phyllis Girls' Glee 1. Henderson, Ivan Henry, Shirley FHA 2-3, Vice-Pres 3, Office Train- ing 3, Ambasadors 1-3, Commercial Club 2-3. Hersey, Rita Ambassadors 1, Girls' Glee 1,3g Mixed Chorus 2. Heth, Stan Himber, Dorlan Nat. Hon. Soc. 2-3, Service Club 1- 3, 'E" Club 3, Debate 3, Football Manager 2-3, Tennis 2-3, Rifle Club 3. Hindman, Donna GAA 2, Service Club 2, jr. Rep. 2, Library Training 3. Holmes, Diane Carpenter Entered from Springfield, Ore. 23 A Cappella 2-3, Thespians 2-3. Horn, Elena latin Club 3, French Club 3, Band 1-3. Howard, janet Commercial Club 33 Girls' Glee 1, Service Club 1, GL Usherette 2. Hugus, Gay GAA 1-3, Sec. 2, Ambassadors 1-3, Latin Club 3, Pep Club 3, GL Ush- erette 2. Hull, Richard Student Council 3, FFA 1-3, Pres. 3, Vice-Pres. 23 FFA Letter 1-3, Chair Crew 2-3. Huling, Bonnie Library Training 3. Hutton, Hattie Girls' Glee 3. Iverson, Marilyn Office Training 3. jackson, Denny Ambassadors 2-3, Science Club 1. jackson, Grace Latin Club 3, Spanish Club 2-3, Ski Club 2, Paletteers 1-3, Pep Club 2-3, Rally Squad 3, Safety Council 1, GL Rep. 1, News Staff 3, Be-Up-Clean- Up-Week Girl 2, Soph. Rep. 1, Print and Cord Week Comm. Head 1, Beaux Arts Ball Comm. Head 1. jarvis, Beverly Ski Club 2, Girls' Glee 1-2. jeske, Shirley Student Council 3, Office Training 3, GL Usherette 2, Soph. Class Sec. 1, Pep Club 1-3. johnson, Bob johnson, Lynn Soph. Class Treas. 1, Chess Club l, Spanish Club 2-3, Rifle Club 2, jr. Prom Comm. Head 2, Eugenean 2-3, Editor 35 Hi-Y 2-3, Student Council 3, Axemen's Council 2, "B" Squad ,Basketball Manager 2. johnson, Russell johnson, Williard jones, Archie Football 1, Student Council 2, Pal- etteers 2-3. Kayser, Gary Keefe, Paul ' News Staff 3, Assoc. Editor 3, Or- chestra 3, Pres. 3: Debate 3, Band 1-3, Chr. Sr. Marching Order. Dance Band 2-3. Kenner, Dorene Thespians 2. Kerns, jill Pep Club 1-3, Paletteers 2-3, Sec. 3, Nat. Hon. Soc. 2-3, Vice Pres. 3, Ski Club 1-3, Sport Kats 1, Sec. lg Debate 2, News Staff 2, Sr. Party Co-Chr. 3, GL Rep. 3. Ketchum, Walter Time Current Affairs Contest 3. Kihn, Ladd Kiphart, john Mixed Choir 2, A Cappella 3, Foot- ball Mgr. 1-2, Boys' Glee 2. Kommer, Merrill FFA 1-3, Sec. 2, Treas. 3, Paletteers 2-3. Koggp, Dorothy ph. Rep. 1, Chr. Dance 1, Debate 1-2, Paletteers 2, Thespians 2-3, Pride and Prejudice 2, Pep Club 2-3, GL Vice Pres. 2, GL Pres. 3, Nat. Hon. Soc. 2-3, News Staff 2-3, Lat- in Club 3, Student Council 3, Hand- book Staff 3, Girl of the Month 3, D. A. R. Girl 3. Krumdieck, Ken Student Council 1, Football 2. Kuntz, Helen Ceemoh Club 1-2, Service Club 1, Paletteers 2-3, Office Training 3. Landers, Lloyd Axei'nen's Council 3, jr. Rep. 2, Basketball 2-3. Latham, Eldon Time Current Affairs Contest 3. Lawson, Barbara Ceemoh Club 1, FHA 3. Lee, Bruce Basketball Mgr. 1-2, Axemen's Council 3, "E" Club 2-3, French Club 3, Pres. 3. Lee, Gloria Pep Club 1-3, Thespians 2-3, Band 1-3, Majorette 2-3, Student Council 2, Soph. Assembly Chr. 1, jr. As- sembly Chr. 2, Sr. Assembly Chr. 3, Bacca. Usherette Chr. 2, .jr. Prom Comm. Head 2, Stage Door 3. Lee, Murial GAA 1, Latin Club 2-3, Paletteers 2-3, Pep Club 3, Sr. Luncheon Comm. Head 2, Girls' Glee 3, A Cappella 3, Sr. Sextet 3. Leege, Sally Spanish Club 3, Library Training 3. Lemmer, Bernice FHA 2-3. Lessel, john Baseball 1-2, Boys' Glee 1-2, A Cap- ella 3, News Staff 3, Sr. Rep. 3- Lick, Shirley Entered from Medford, Oregon 2, Commercial Club 3, IRL 3. Lipsit, Sharon Pep Club Z-3, GAA 1-3, Pres. 3. Sr. Rep. 3, Student Council 3. Lowrance, Gwen Entered from Idaho 3, Debate 3. Latin Club 3, Ambassadors 3, FHA 3, Sr. Sextet 3. Lucas, Nancy Paletteers 1-3, Treas. 3. GL Rep. 1, GL Cab. 2, Pep Club 3, Office Training 3, jr. Party Comm. Head 2, Sr. Party Comm, Head 3. Lundy, Clayton Band, 1-3, Science Club 1-3, Chess Club 1, Debate 3, Service Club 3. McCulloch, Roberta jr. Rep. 2, Pep Club 3, Commercial Club 3. McGee, joyce Service Club 1-2, Ski Club 2-3, Pep 3, Latin Club 2-3, GL Rep. 3. McGeorge, Tom Football I-3, "E" Club 3, Chess Club 1-3, Track 3. McHenry, Betty jo Ambassadors 1-2, Service Club 1, Science Club 2, FHA 1-3, Pres. 3, Paletteers 1-3, Vice-Pres. 3. McIntyre, Roberta FHA 3, Commercial Club 3, Sec. 3: GL Cab. 3, Finance and Budget Comm. 3. McKenzie, Molly GL Rep. 3, Pep Club 1-3, Vice-Pres. 2, Chr. Football Banquet 3, Thes- pians 3, Paletteers 2, Latin Club 3, PTA Dance Comm. 1-3, Sr. Rep. 3. McNeil, Isabel A Cappella 2. McWilliams, Marilyn GAA 1-2, Library Training 3. MacKinnon, john "E" Club 2-3, Latin Club 3, Palet- teers 2, Student Council 3, PTA Dance Comm. 1-3, Basketball 1-3, Soph. Class Vice-Pres. 1, IRL 3, Tennis 2-3, Capt. 3. Madigan, Yvonne Latin Club 2-3, Vice-Pres. 3, GL Re 2, GL Cab. 2, GL Sec. 3, Pep Cluli 3, IRL 3, Sr. Class Day Comm. Head 2. Malos, john Boys' Glee 1, A Cappella 3. Mapes, Verion Thespians 2, Pride and Prejudice 2. Maplethorpe, joan Girls' Glee 2-3. Marks, Marilyn Re-entered from Oakridge, Ore. 3, GAA 1, Spanish Club 1. Mathews, jeri Entered from Appleton, Minn. 2, A Cappella 3, Sr. Sextet 3, Operetta 3. . Mazen, Glenn Entered from Yakima, Wash. 2, Thespians 2-3, Pres. 33 IRL 2-3, Stage Door 3, Pride and Prejudice 2, Chr. Sr. Party 3, Debate 3, French Club 3, Axemen's Council 2-3. Meador, Karen Entered from Panama City, Fla. 3, Latin Club 3, Spanish Club 3, IRL 3. Merewether, Katherine Ceemoh Club 2, Student Council 2, Pep Club 3, Rally Squad 3, Office Training 3. Mickelson, Nadine GAA 1-3, Band 1-3, Maiorette 2-3, Mixed Choir 3, GL Rep. 3, Office Training 3, Pep Club 2-3. Mickelwait, Don Band 1-3, Pres. 3: Dance Band 2-3, Ski Club 2-3, Vice-Pres. 2, Nat. Hon Soc. 2-3, News Staff 2-3, Editor 3, Debate 3, Student Council 3, As- sembly Comm. 2-3, Gen. Manager, jr. Assembly 2. Miles, Gwen GAA 1, A Cappella 2-3, Swing Choir 2-3, jr. Sextet 2, Commercial Club 3, GL Cab. 2, Gold Pin Win- ner 2-3, Service Club 1-3, Ambassa- dors 2-3, Sec. 3, Latin Club 2-3, Pep Club 3. Miltonberger, Roma Band 1, GAA l,.Ski Club 1-3, Sec. 3, jr. Rep. 2, A Cappella 3, Rally Squad 3, Pep Club 3, GL Usherette 2, Gold Pin Winner 3, Spanish Club 2-3, Co-Chr. Spanish 'Club Assembly 3. Monroe, jim Football 2. Montandon, Betty Latin Club 2-3, FHA 3, Co-Chr. Sr. Food Dr. 3, News Staff 3, Ambassa- dors 1-2, Science Club 2-3. Moore, Charlene Service Club 1, Pep Club 2-3, jr. Prom Chr. 2, Constitution and By- Laws Comm. 2-3, Soph. Rep. 1, Student Council 1, Eugenean 2-3, Nat. Hon. Soc. 2-3, Pres. 3, Debate 2-3, Paletteers 2, FHA 1-3, Vice- Pres. 2. Moran, Pat Student Council 1, Pep Club I-3, Soph. Rep. 1, Soph. Dance Comm. Head I, Print and Cord Comm. Head 1, GL Usherette 2, Commence- ment Comm. Head 2, News Staff 2-3, Thespians 3, Latin Club 3, GL Cab. 3, Sr. Announcements Chr. 3, Gold Pin Winner 3, Stage Door 3. 109 Morgan, Don Debate 2-3, IRL 2-3, Pres. 3. Ski Club 1-3, Student Council 2-3, Pack Rats 1, Orchestra 2-3, Thespians 2-3 Latin Club 3, PTA 'Dance Comm. 3, jr. Rep. 2. Morris, Bebe Clark Chr, Sr. Class Day 2, Queen of Hearts 1, GL Cab. 3, GL Rep. 2, Assembly Comm. 2-3, Pep Club 1-3. Palettcers 2-3, Troubadors 1, Com- mercial Club 3, Pride and Preiudice 2, Mixed Chorus 2, Student Council I. Murphy, Louise jr. Party Comm. Head 2, Ceemoh Club 2, Girls' Glee 2. Myers, Maraldine Ambassadors 1-3, Spanish Club 2-3. FHA 3. Service Club 3, Student Council 1, Girls' Glee 1, Sport Kats I. Na r, Georgia ggellep. 1, Band 1, Ceemoh Club 1, Sport Kats 1, Ski Club 1, GAA I-2, Soph. Dance Comm. Head 1, Paletteers 2-3, Student Council 2, GI. Usherette 2, Axettes 2-3, Pres. 3, Queen of Hearts Chr. 3, IRL 2, Finance and Budget Comm. 3, Axettc Maiorette 2-3. Nee, Leland Safety Council 1, Debate 1-3, Stu- dent Council l-2, Axemen's Council 2, jr. Rep. 2, Sr. Rep. 3. Assembly Comm. 3, Pride and Preiudice 2, Thespians 2-3, Debate Winner 1.3: Ambasadors 2-3, Paletteers 1-3, Pal- etteers Assembly Chr. 3, Nat. Hon. Soc. 2-3, Co-Chr. Grad. Programs 3, Rally Squad 2-3, Time Current Affairs Winner 2, Eugenean 2-3. Nelson, Barbara Library Training 3. Nelson, Charles Band 1-3, Dance Band 3. Neuschwander, Fred Ambassadors 1-3, French Club 3, Vice-Pres. 3, Hi-Y 2-3, Sec. 35 Track Mgr. 2-3, "E" Club 3, Eu- genean 3. Debate 2-3. Newman, Don Hi-Y 2-3, Axemen's Council 2, Bas- ketball l-3, Student Body Manager 3, Boys' Glee 2, Assembly Comm. 2-3, Student Council 3, Soph. Coun- cil 3. Soph. Rep. 1, jr. Rep. 2. Nosler, Annette Soph. Rep. 1, Girls' Glee 1, Pep Club 2-3, Pres. 3, A Cappella 2-3, Girl of the Month 3, Student Coun- cil 3. Swing Chou- 2, Operetta 3, GL Usherette 2, Paletteers 2-3, jr. Prom Comm. Head 2. Olinghouse, Barbara Warner Band 1, Girls' Glee 1, A Cappella 2-3, Swing Choir 2, jr. Sextet 2, Operetta 3. Olsen, Anita Girls' Glee 1-2. Olson, Delbert Baseball 2, Basketball 3, Boys' Glee, 2, Mixed Choir 3, News Staff 3. Thespians 2-3. Page, Rita Band 1-3, Pep Club 3. Service Club 2-3, GAA 2-3, Ambassadors 1-3. 110 Palanuk, Don Basketball 1-2, Baseball 1-3, A Cap- ella 3, Mgr. School Store 3, "E" Club 3. Panther, Catherine Service Club 1-3, Ambasadors 2-3, Axettes 2-3, Girls' Glee 1, Commer- cial Club 3. Parmenter, Roberta Parsons, Dean Football 1-3, Basketball 1-3, Capt. 3: Track 1-3, Soph. Class Pres. 1, Vice-Pres. of Student Body 2, Nat. Hon. Soc. 3, "E" Club 1-3, King Speck 1, Friendliest Boy 2, Dist. Six All-Star 1-3. Big Six All-Star in bas- ketball 2, in football 2-3, All-State in football 3, Outstanding Player of Lane County 3, Shrine All-Star 3, Boys' Glee 1. Paseman, Barbara McCay Mixed Choir 2-3. Peltola, Bob Footb ll 2-3, A Ca ll 2-3, "E" Club 3. Ppe a Pengra, jim Ski Club 2, Ambassadors 2-3, Hi-Y 2-3, Sr. Rep. 3. Perkey, Charles Service Club 1-3, Pres. 33 Rifle Club I-3, Sr. Rep. 3. Perkins, jim Boys' Glee 1, A Cappella 2-3. Perkins, john News Staff 2-3, Boys' Glee 1,3. Petermann, Karl Nat. Hon. Soc. 2-3, Axemen's Coun- cil Cab. 3, PTA Dance Comm. 1-3, A Cagpella 3, Hi-Y 2-3, Treas. 3, Trou adors 3, Eugenean 2, Debate 1-3, Cap and Gown Chr. 3, Oper- etta 3. Peterson, Elaine FHA 3. Peterson, john Troubadors 1, Band 2, Vice Pres. 25 Tennis 3. Petzold, Betty Service Club 3, Library Training 3. Pickett, Carol Ambasadors 1-3. Treas. 3., GAA 1-3 Vice Pres. 2, Student Council 2, Girls' Glee 1. Pierson, Doris Ayers Band 1-2, GAA Z-3, Axettes 2-3, Majorette 3. Plaisted, joan GL Cab. 3, Soph. Rep. 1, Ambasa- dors 3. Poage, Barbara Band l-2. Porter, Gordon Football 1-3, Track 2, A Cappella 2-3, Club 3. Porter, Warren Football 1-3, Track 2-3, Boys' Glee 2, A Cappella 3, "E" Club 3. Potter, Carroll Football Mgr. 2. Poull, jeanne Service Club 2, Prickett, Barbara Ggrls' Glee 1-2, A Cappella 3, GAA Provancha, Pat Girls' Glee 1, Library Training 3, Axettes 2-3, Maiorette 3. Proudfit, jerry Ambassadors 1. Pulliam, Chester Student Council 1, Football 1-2, Pal- etteers 3. Randle, joan Paletteers 2-3, Chess Club 1, Soph. Dance Comm. Head 1. Reed, john Band 1-2, Track 1-2, Basketball 1-2 Reese, Beverly Girls' Glee 3. Reisbeck, Kenny Track 2. Reiser, Wayne "E" Club Z-3, Pres. 3g Axemen's Council 2-3, Track 1-3, Capt, 3, Football 2, IRL 3, Cross Country 3. Revell, Donna Service Club 1-2, Spanish Club 1-3, Ski Club 2-3, Axettes 2-3, Histori- an Commercial Club 3, Office Training 3, Skyline Council 3. Rhodes, Charles Band 1-2. Richardson, Bob Ski Club 2. Robb, Dolores Service Club 2, Girls' Glee -. Roberts, jim l 2 Entered from Seattle, Wash. 2 Base- brn 2.5, rosa-.ii 2-5, Basketball Mgr. 3, Student Council 2-3 Sr. RSP- 5. Huy 5, P cilf. , "rs" club si 'omm 5 Rogers, Gloria Rally Squad 3, Pep Club 3, Ceemoh Club 2, Paletteers 2, Student Coun- cil 3, Office Training 3. Rosendall, Paul Latin Club 3. Ruhlman, Doug Baseball 1-3, Band 1-2, Sec.-Treas. 1, Hi-Y 1-3, Football 3, "E" Club 2-3, Basketball 1-3, Jr. Class Vice Pres. 2, Axemen's Council Vice- Pres. Russell, Wally Football 1-3. Basketball 2-3, "B" Club 2-3, IRL 1, Axemen's Council 1, Shrine All-Star 3. Schaefer, Buck Football I-3. Schaeffer, Ron Service Club 2, FFA 3. Seiple, Gordon Basketball 1,33 Boys' Glee 1, A Cap- ella 2, Football 3. Sem, Kim Ambassadors 1-2. Shaffer, Pat Pep Club 3, Commerical Club 3, Tneas. 3, IRL 3, GL Cab. 3, Ush- erette 2. Shaw, Bob Shephard, Kathleen Major Axettes 2-3, Majorette 3, Girls' Glee- 3, Soph. Rep. 1, Library Training 3. Shumway, Connie Pep Club 2-3, Sec. 35 Theslpians 2-3. Pride and Prejudice 2, Pa etteers 2- 3, Ski-Club 1-3, Saou Kats 1, Stu- .ient Council 2, L Usherette 2, Gold Pin Winner 3, Print and Cord Week Comm. Head 2. Siegmund, Dorothy Girls' Glee 1, Ceemoh Club 2, Pep Club 3, Library Training 3, GI.. Ush- erette 2. Sieverts, Donna Service Club 1-2, FHA 1-3, Ambas- sadors 2-3, Comercial Club 3, Ax- ettes 2-3, Office Training 3, Debate 3. Simmons, Merle FFA 1-3, Chair Crew 2. Sinaka, Margie Axettes 2-3, Service Club 3, Ambas- sadors 1-3, FHA 3. Sittner, Harley Basketball 2-3, Paletteers 1-2, "E" Club 2-3. Sloan, Dorothy Entered from Los Angeles, Califor- nia 3, Ski Club 3, Paletteers 3, Sr. Rep. 3, Latin Club 3, News Staff 3. Sloan, Sally Pep Club 2-3, Ski Club 2, FHA 3, Spanish Club 2-3, Student Council 3. Smith, Buddy Stockman, Tom Axemen's Council 1,35 Band 2-3, Rifle Club 3,-Dance Band 3. Stokes, Betty Ceemnh Club 2, Girls' Glee 2. Streeter, Joyce Girls' Glee 2. Svingen, Manda Library Training 3, Mixed Choir 3. Swager, Barbara Pep Club 2-3, IRL 2-3, Corres. Sec. 3, Paletteers 2, Spanish Club 2-3, GL Rep. 3, GL Usherette 2, Ma- Pa-Me Party Comm. Head 2. Tallant, Dale FFA 1, Football 1-2. Taylor, Kathleen Service Club 1, Paletteers 2, Spar. ish Club l-3, Vice Pres. 3, Nat. Hon. SOC. 2-3, Sec. 32 FHA 1-3, Sec. 23 Debate 2-3, IRL 2-3, Sec. 2, Activi- ties Comm. 3, Sr. Rep. 35 GL Cab. 2, Pep Club 3, Jr. Prom Comm. Head 2. Taylor, Leslie Football M r. 3, "E" Club 3, Service Club 1, Rige Club 3, Chess Club 1, Sr. Rep. 3, Debate 3.. Terry, Janet Thespians 3, IRL 3, Latin Club 3, Ambassadors 1-3, GAA 1-3, Girls' Glee 3, Service Club 3. Thompson, Phelan Entered from St. Mary's 3, Debatf 3, Spanish Club 2-3, IRL 3, Axe menfs Council Rep. 3, Co-Chr. Span- -ish Club Assembly 3. Thompson, Verla Entered from Springfield, Oregon 2, giespians 3, A ppella 3, Ski u 3. Thomson, Barbara Service Club 2-3, Ambassadors 2-3. Titcomb, Greata Student Council 1, GAA 1, Sport Kats 1, GL Cab. 2, GL Usherette 2, Pep Club 2-3, Paletteers 2-3, IRL 2- 3, Vice Pres. 3, Nat. Hon. Soc. 3, Latin Club 2-3, Pres. 3, Chr. Sr. Luncheon 3, Sr. Rep. 3, Eugenean 3, Girls' State Rep. 2, Chr. of Bas- ketball Banquet 2. Torricellas, Thelma GAA 1, So h. Rep. 1, Jr. Rep. 2. Towlerron, Ivfzirk FFA 1-2. Vanderpol, Cornilea Girls' Glee 2, GAA 2. Vaughn, Maureen Library Training 3. Vincent, Gary Football 1-3, Pack Rats 1, Photog- raphy Club 2, Basketball 2, Baseball l,3, Boys' Glee 1-2, Axemen's Coun- cil 2, "E" Club 3. Vitus, Gene Vogel, Charlene Commercial Club 3, FHA 2. Wadman, Jim FFA 1-3, A Cappella 3. Walker, Dale Ambasadors 1-3, Band 1-2, Football 2. Walker, Doane Ambassadors 1-3, Service Club 1-3, GAA 1-3, Mixed Chorus 2, Girls' Glee 3, FHA 3. Walker, Janet Pep Club 3, Latin Club 3, Mixed Chorus 2, GL Rep. 1. Walrath, Betty Service Club 1, Girls' Glee 2, Thes- pians 2-3, A Cappella 3, Pep Club 3. Warnock, Tom Jr. Assembly Comm. Head 2, Jr. lep. 2,- Chr. Barca. Z, Science Club 1-3,' Hi-Y 2-3, Sr. Class Pres. 3, Activities Comm. 3, Nat, Hon, Soq, 3, Student Council 3, Jr. First Citi. zen Candidate 3. Warren, Bob Chess Club 1-2, Pres, 2, Band 1-3, Pres. 3, Axemen's Council 3, Base. ball 1-2, Dance Band 2-3. Warren, Corlene Pep Club 3, Paletteers 2-3, IRL 2-3, Student Council 3, Soph. Assembly Comm. Head 1, Jr. Assembly Comm. Head 2, Co-Chr. Bacca. 3, Eugenean 2-3, GL Usherette 2, GL Cab. 2, Gold Pin Winner 2-3, Co-Chr. Print and Cord Week Assembly 2. Washburn, Pat GAA 1-3, Paletteers 2-3, Ski Club 1-3, Sport Kats 1. Weinstein, Jack Band 1-3, Axemen's Council 2, Golf 2-3, Rifle Club 3, Vice Pres. 3, Dance Band 3. Welch, Charlene Orchestra 1-3, String Slxartet 2-3, Debate 2-3. Science Cl 1-3 Wells, Harold Football 2. Westbrook, Darold Orchestra 1, Band 2, A Cappella 2. Whalley, John Track 2-3, Band 1, A Cappella 3, Operetta 3. White, Joy Troubadors 1, Pep Club 1-3, Com- mercial Club 3, Beaux Arts Ball Princess 1, Queen of Hearts Prin- cess 2, Jr. Rep. 2, Rally Squad 3, A Cappella 1-3, Jr. Sextet 2, Swing Choir 2, Office Training 3, Sr. Sex- tet 3, Girls' Glee 1, Operetta 3. White, Kristine GL Rep. 1-2, Spanish Club 2, Pal- etteers 1-3, Pres. 3, Pep Club 1-3, Skyline Council 3, Office Training 3. Wical, Darlene FHA 3, Service Club 3, Ambassa- dors 1-3. Wilcox, Sheila Library Training 3. Wildish, Janet GL Treas. 3, Commercial Club 2-3, Treas. 2, Vice Pres. 3, Office Train- ing 3, Student Council 2, Pep Club 1-3, IRI. 3. Wildish, Jean Student Council 3, Finance and Bud- get Comm. 3, Student Body Treas. 3, Pep Club 1-3, Commercial Club 2-3, IRL 3. Wilkinson, Ann Latin Club 2-3, Vice Pres. 3, Office Training 3. Willaby, Joyce Entered from Woodland, Washing- ton 2, Spanish Club 2-3, Sec. 3g Skyline Council 3. Williamson, Joyce Girls' Glee 1, Ceemoh 2. Willoughby, Janet Thomas Rally Squad 3, Student Council 1, GL Rep. 3, Office Traihin 3, Girls' Glee 1, Twirp Week Co-Chr. 2. Wilson, Sharon Girls' Glee 1, Pep Club 2-3, Com. mercial Club 3, Office Training 3. Wood, Dorothy Sr.. Class Treas. 3, Pep Club 2-3, Girls' Glee 3, GL Usherette 2. Woolley, Winona Girls' Glee 2, FHA 3, Ambassadors 2-3, Service Club 3, IRL 3, Axettes 3, Sport Kats 1, Debate 3. Wrigglesworth, Ray Axemen's Council 3, Football 1.3, "E" Club 3. ' Wylie, Janice IRL 2-3, Vice Pres. 2, Spanish Club 2-3, Paletteers 2, Nat. Hon. Soc. 3, Gold Pin Winner 3. Youngquist, Yvonne Soph. Rep. 1, Jr. Rep. 2, GL Ush- eregte 2, Sr. Rep. 3, Pep Club 3, GL Ca . 3. Zipf, Leo Entered from Germany 3, FPA 3. Hi-Y 3, IRL 3. 111 junior Potluck Committee Row 1. C. Martin. A- Barton, S- Shfefvf- ROW 23 L Hershiser, B. Maier, B. Patterson - What group is better qualified to lead E, H. S. in '52 than these peppy juniors of '5l? Headed by President Merle Atwood, with Bob Maier as vice prexy, Christine Siefke, secretary, and Andrew Nelson, treasurer, the juniors have carried out their traditional activities in grand style. Among these were the annual class assembly, "Teachers Party" the sponsorship of the junior Promg and the junior potluck and party, which has become a yearly event. Advisors to the group are Miss West and Mr. Kienzle. 112 Prom Committee Row 1: R. Toner, A. Starkweather, S. Wright, P . Row 2: C. Davis. M. Attwood, S. Ross, D. Brown, B. Maier The junior Council at Work Merle Atwood Looks fun! junior Assembly Committee 1: E. Reed, P. jeskej j. Gustafson, A. was Row 2 S McNutt G Brc Culbertson, H. Sherman, B. Patterson. Y Bob Maier Chl-is Siefke Andy Nelson WMP' .Llrr Row 1: K. Dahlberg, E. Admire, P. Allen, P. Allen, B. Allison, L. Andrews, C. Arneson, M. Atwood, j. Babb, D. Backeberg, B. Bailey, A. Barton, D. Bateman. Row 2: S. Barr, Bertelsen, A. Bissell, L. Blakley, j. Blinkhorn. li. Boa mark, B. Bradway, M. Brooks, D. Brown, G. Brown, j. Bruce, C. Buckles, j. Burgett. Row 5: B. Burns, D. Burns, B. Caddy, L. Cameron, L. Cameron, M. Cantrell, L. Carmia kle. M. Carson, L. Carter, P. Cass. C. Coburn, R. Coakus, S Conant. Row 4: M. Copinger, D. Crawford, W. Cross, 0. Crumroy, E. Culbertson, S. Cummins, F. Curfman, l.. Cushman, C. Davis, R. Dean, R. Debar, B. Dillan, H. Donovan. Row 5: G. Doty, L. Downing, S. Dunning, D. Eil- wards, M. Elspas, M. Follett, G. Endicott, M. Epple, j. Erdmann, A. Erickson, A. Fish. Row 6: C. Farmer, G. Farns- worth, N. Fendrich, R. Gates, j. Fahnlander, C. Emrick, E. Fortt, L. Fox, M, Fulton, W. Garrett, B. Gicbisth. D. Gilki, SOD. .L-LJ...-J....a Row 1: D. Goode, L. King, D. Gragg, M. Grams, j. Griffith. L. Gubrud. K. Gunderson, j. Gustafson, S. Haas, I. Hal dorson, B. Haug. Row 2: P. Henderson, E. Hinager, C. Henderson, L. Hr.-rshiser, D. Humber, B. Hinkson. C. Fllavkat G. Hoberg, C. Honey, j. Hoogstad, C. Hooker. Row 3: j. Hoppe. D. Howard. H. Hudspeth, L. Huffman, V. Hughitt S. Hulse, D. Hunter, G. jensen, T. jensen, P. jeske. Row 4: R. jarvis, N. johnson, L. joelson, M. johnson, C. jones G. Kehrli, P. Kelly, P. Kellis, B. Kennedy, C. Ketchum. Row 5: L. King, D. Klaus, j, Kopp, P. Kuhnhcnn, R. Kuyken dull, M. Kyte, L. Lead, T. Leonard, Lilley, P. Long, j. Lzxpuson, M. Lowry. Row S: D. jensen, L. Love, B, Maier, D. Marintette, A. Marshall, B. Mart, C. Martin, M. Martin,j. Masson, C, Maxfield, W. Menzies, S. Merkur. :?"" '9"E"""3"'RRQf"':"'iH"""'Y t'Z""lHS' "" F "?'Y5W" "Y" SR P l - K - 'NK f T 4kNQ EE - A A-,.,.,.,....,....-.--.1 ...,.1.....- Row l: j. Messler, D. Miller, L. Miller, R. Miller, R. Morley, D. Morris, M. Morrow, D. Myers, L. McClanahan, N McCabe. Row 2: K. McCarroll, W. McCarty, T. McDonald, E. Rupple, j. McKean, J. McKy, C. McMichael, S. McNutt P. McVay, P. Napier, D. Neely. Row 3: A. Nelson, B. Nelson, M. Nelson, B. Robb, M. Robbins, T. Oney, P. Pakalak D. Parish, D. Parks, B. Patterson. Row 4: P. Patterson, j. Patton, T. Perkey, B. Peterson, B. Pitcher, N. Pitman, j Potter, S. Perkey, B. Radcliff, T. Reams, H. Reefe. Row 5: M. Royer, E. Reed, L. Richmond, J. Richards, K. Sutterfield B. Saville, B. Roberts, V. Robinson, G. Rogers, S. Rogers, A. Romig, S. Ross. Row 6: B. MCGeorge, G. Russell, V. Sal ishury, K. Sandell, P. Nickelsen, M. Nielson, H. Schureman, P. Schmit, j. Shultz, N. Seals, D. Seger, D. Severson. Row 1: S. Shreeve, C. Siefke, M. Simmons, L. Sittner, G. Smith. A. Smith, K. Snoen, C. Snook, S. Sparks, H. Sparks Row 2: P. Southard, B. Spores, A. Starkweather. D. Stenshoel. H. Stinson, A. Summers, D. Sutton. M. Swain, A Troutman, M. Teague. G. Templeton. Row 3: A. Thingvall, R. Thomas, R. Toner, B. Turk, D. Turner. D. Tye, M Van'l'assel, B. Vimont. D. Walker, B. Walker. Row 4: R. Wfalker. S. W'alker. R. XX'orlcentin, P. XXR-aikley. B. XX'eht-r l. XX'f.'bcr, T. Wfeinstein. A. Wellborn, S. XX'ells, R. XX'icks,D. Williams. G. NX'illiamson, R. Wilson, C. Winter, E kxf.,m...ek, A. Wfright, D. wullst-hlegef, J. xxfyt-off. J. Young. 5H1. EAN- 5 ?tW5 SQ!! : 3 I 2i IR5E IiR9 I W .'IfIam elected . . '- 0 P 0 The class of '53 traveled through a busy year under the able lead- ership of Arden Christensen, presidentg Norm Foglestrom, vice- presidentg Judy Bureker, secretaryg and Barby Ranes, treasurer. Mrs. Wickland and Mr. Mickelson worked tirelessly in support of the Sophomores in their activities which included the assembly-"High lights of the Roaring Twenties", the annual party-a barn dance, candy sales at noon, and a party for the incoming sophs. 116 Arden Christensen NEO lS I DUI YRXXXY ' RV' 1' Norman Foglestrom Judy Bureker Barby Ranes Row 1: D. Addis, C. Aiken, R. Allee, D. Allen, B. Anderson, L. Beeley, N. Babb, K. Bacon, L Balch, G Barber, J. Bu- relcer. Row Z: S. Colburn, D. Barker, K. Barnes, S. Baraum, B. Bartle, J. Beacon, B. Beetle, K. Bedortha, J. Barge, J. Bendshadler, G. Anderson. Row 3: H. Brainard, D. Barker, B. Bingham, J. Blain, N. Blakley, D. Bockes, C. Bonney, T. Bowen, D. Bowman, S. Bowman, J. Boyd. Row 4: D. Burgess, C. Betz, P. Brainard, R Bray, B. Brown, D. Brown, D. Brown, E. Brown, H. Brown, P. Brown, R. Burke, R. B irgett. Row 5: D. Caddy, C. Calder. R. Caldwell. S. Calkins. Campbell, G. Casey, B. Chartier, H. Cash, J. Blue. Row 6:W. Callaway, G. Cameron, G. Campbell, M Campbell, B. A. Collins, R. Collins, J. Cocklin, C Clark, M. Clark, J. Clark, D. Christensen, B. Cheek, B. Charles. Cx ROW l M C0nn6lly M C0rlJln M Couch C Crabb M Cross F Dalton N Daniels D Danielson JDarkins, O. Dau Row 2 l Davtnplbrt J DIIVIS G DLBr0LlCLl'f D Deck K Dgbgrmm D Dggkmgrm S Dlgsbqgy M, Dixgrm, R Doerkson E Dormer L Drake Row 3 P Drew C Drury D Dudley V Finke JDvcr R Fdmiston, M. Eick rmyer B Ettirh A Falkenstein C Farris E Gillespie Row 4 M l'er3.,uson M Goins C Ileshman N. lfogelstrom E. Dyer J. Fordham E. Fry G. Gates J Gates. Row 5: P. Gilmore. M. Goode B. Gross, M. Grove, G. Guthrie, li Hodson, S. Hagan, Hamilton, G. Giesler. Row 6: G. Hansen. P Hadsall C 1 YS S W. Helikson, H. Hoefer, C. Hoeflcin. M. R w l S l inson. Row Jordanger, King. B. K Larsen. M. C. Lounshl hews. R. Mi TK' v-1'-1--q Row 1: C. Moon, S. Rhoades, V. Morrison, D. Mortensen, D. Mortensen, J. Mudgett, T. Murphy, M. McBroom, H. McCallister, M. McCallister. Row 2: J. McCarr0ll, C. McCullough, L. McGee, B. McHenry, T. McGeorge, T. McKenzie, A. MtKinney, S. McLean, B. Nelson, S. Nelson, J. Newsom. Row 3: D. Newton, D. Nissen, M. Nosler, S. Nosler, I Nutlelman, R. Oglesby, J. Olsen, C. Romane, B. Paden, M. Pallet. Row 4: D. Panther, S. Parks, D. Pappel, M. Patten P. Peterson, C. Peterson, B. Pierson, S. Pitcher, H. Polloclr,B. Revell, D. Powell. Row 5: K. Powell, R. Province, E. Puls, J. Puscas, B. Ranes, B Ray, R. Redfern, C. Redding, V. Renkin, L. Reynolds, B. Rupple, H. Powers. Row 6: P. Morgan, L. Rich, T. Richter, S Riggs, R Roberts, B. Robeson, B. Robinson, P. Rogers, D. Oyas, E. Runk, R. Porter- field. :xl 3 J ' Ii his .,., 'Q I V Row 1: G. Rust, A. Sallee, S. Schreiner, C. Secoy, G. Seelye, D. Sell, K. Seymour, S. Shaffer, D. Sherman, D. Shisler Row Z: B. Sibert, L. Sill. R. Simmerman, M. Skorpen, J. Slack, L. Small, A. Smith, K. Smith, D. Smith, D. Smith, R. Smith. Row 5: R. Spicer, P. Stalsberg, N. Steadman, J. Steindorf, B. Strong, R. Swaggert, L. Swaggart, J. Switzer, C. Sylvester, P. Taylor, C. Zamarano. Row 4: L. Terry, R. Thompson, I. Thorsfeldt, E. Towlerton, C. Thurston, E. Trout, 'E. Troutman, S. Tykeson, M. Tyler, T. Twedt, M. Vaaler. Row 5: J. Van Orden, S. Vincent, L. Voorhees, W. Walt- man, R. Ward, B. Watkins, G. Warren, S. Waske, H. Watts, M. Webster, D. Webb, D. Vfoolley. Row 6: L. Wellentin, P. Webster, L. Wheeler, Z. Wheeler, S. White, A. Wical, C.Wit'al, Wicks, B, W. Wendon, C Wood. eaves, D. Hiebert, R. Hiebert, B. Keck, K. Hotaling, S. Hugus, G. Hunger, L. Hunter, C. Hurd, J. Hutch- L. Huffman, C. Ifngell, C Irwin, T. James, S. Jobe, K. Johns, S. Johnson, V. Johnson, L. Johnston, H lnes..Row 3: J. Julson, B. Kaasa, D. Kutz, A. Kiln, N. Little, J. Kilburn, P. Killgallon, G. Kindt, N -y. Row 4: R. Kinnaman, A. Knight, B. Kyle, B. Laing, G. Lamb, L. Lambert, J. Landes, J. Langdon, T. rop. Row 5: E Madsen, L. Little, G. Lawrence, D. Legan, A. Manseth, D. Lien, J. Lodge, J. Logan R. Luxford. Row 6: R Leavitt, D. Magee, J. Marshall. G. Matsen, B. Hostick, W. Maxwell, J. Mat- 5. Mellor, R. Meskimen, W. Mims. 7 Y 'Q 5 . Xl 2 , xy : X . X , , i . , K ,m.m .N mf .m.m DNNKXNNWEQANNYAXWNNEBQR1NAVNWKKXKRNNNXNWNWHGNKNXNXNXXNXNQGQNXXNWNWKQWikX XNWHNYsk Y YxNNN 6kNYx' x B K+ 4, . v-km 1 mv-fu.,.m.-M,-f "" Xiu + 1. .nf ,-f s e 4 120 5? 4: vga 544 N... M 1... 9.2: ,f,,w.. , Q V ' I 3 I: .fitrlxs df.-,--,: 1 5:Y'ltuiqjr'::g,Tl?.ga?L1?i:, we F X K . .x,. fp AR . ., 1-. .J ,' ,5,1.,,, iz ' 1' ' F1 N F hr 1 A 'f' 1 JJ "' .04 .M V". 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' , F Q - 'aw' Y f . if, ' ff-Yip? .Q ' 555 Jim J' M Ml ig A V X. :W g g,,Q5YtWvsxi' ' anvil "ft, A A, -A .y s . M v H . . M4 . . N. A 1 ,Q Q. m V . -.Q f. . - 'X A ' . . 4, f 8 ."" Q 3' ' g..v fr .Q'?m,- f wg Mfy' ,QQ was I X 'fig ,J ,vi - "Sgt , ia, 1- ' .- 'Vfg -18 "w.asif - - xv - H95 . If --x W4 1 1'v"",-ah V I . ,Qi-j', N L ' 'G' Q " ' ., D '- ' v AX bww". - Q, ax ' 2, . . li N ,. - . K 'if -W 3 f'?2'x-2 if'5"i5k'Ul54 V - an M' -2- 1 'iu"l..A 'K gwfi 'va Row 1: C. Welch Moore, C. Beyer, Lowrance, M. C. Eldridge. Row 2: I-l. Allxson, L. Nec, D. Morgan, K. Petermann, B. Glass, J. Colburn, P. Keefe, L. Taylor. Row 3: V. Fennell, D. Mickelwait, P. Thompson. jr. Debate Row 1: K. Sandell, P. jeskc, J. Gustafson, S. Ross, P. Stalsberg, B. Anderson. Row Z: S. Cummms, A. Erickson, K. Dahlberg, R. Toner, C. Siefke, P. Peterson. J. Kopp. Row 3: B. Maier, M. Atwood. P Cass C Davis, H. Allison. Destmatlon: Paufu THE TOURNAMENTS Pad fic: Ashland: Gonzaga: Linfield : Willzullmc-ttc-1 Statc: November I0-I l january 26-27 Fc-bruary 1-2-3 February IS-16-l7 MdfL'h l5-I6-17 April 6-7 1951 STATE TEAM jr. Staff Row l : L. New cr, S. Yohe, K. Sandell. Row 3: j. Zahn, B. Nelson, G. Nelson. Row 2: P. Harg- Don Mickelwait, Editor i Row l D Olson G Mazdn P Brown V Barge Row3 Mnss Gxbson L Cambell T Paul Keefe Associate Editor Eugene n From pictures, layout sheets, and endless pages of copy, the Eugenean Staff i . . .. has compiled the annual they hope will remind you in the years to come of a Lynn Johnson, Editor happy and eventful year spent at E. H. S. . W . We N K . - .. . w W ,W . E f 1: C. Moore. C, Warren, B, Gilmore, R, Toner, K, Dahlberg, Row 25 L, F. Neuschwander, D. Collver, C. Calder, D. Sherman. O. Chamberlain, A. Barton mson, M. Atwood, G. Titcomb, L. Nee, B. Maier. working Spring Vacation M. Taber, W. C . C. S k Arm-son. The A Cappella brings to Eugene High many compliments she can well be proud of - for what high school in the state has a better or more deserving group of singers? YV ""' Row I: Mr. Harrison, j. White, R. Kuykendall, J. Kiphart, B. Peden, K. Peterman, G. Allison, D. Gleason, R. Gillilan N. Begg, B. Olinghouse. Row 2: R. Walker, D. Robbins, j.Mathews, D. Cruzan, L. Carter, B. Peltolo, D. Crawford, ross, noo , C. Siefke. Row 3: D. Marentette, P. Beacon, N. Pitman, B. Burgess, W. Porter, E. Cul- bertson, D. Holmes, S. Sparks, A. Nosler, L. Gregory. Row 4: J. Blinkhorn, B. Douglas, D. Collver, K. Sandell, D. jen- sen, W. Russell, B. Vimont, L. Hershiser, J. Perkins, B. McGeorge, G. Porter, B. Prickett, M. Cantrel, C. jones, C. November 8 9 l 7 2 2 December 5 l 2 14 15 16 20 Roosevelt assembly Initiation Kelly assembly Thanksgiving Oddfellows Lodge Eugene Hotel Operetta is ,- Christmas assembly April 28 june l l Class "A" Contest 'Corv Graduation A Cappella P1esents.PIRATES of PENZANCE 6irl's 6 ee The Girls Glee, always ready to give their talent to community and school organizations, is composed of E. H. S. girls who have musical ability. -cg. Y' Row 1: Mr. Harrison, S. Zurfluh, A. Wright, N. Seals, D. Walker, S. Walker, M. Van Tassell, A. Gillett, B. Glasgow, D. Wood, M. Follett, I. Gillespie. Row 2: D. Burns, A. Collins, H. Bauman, A. Fish, S. Hargreaves, Whitworth, N. Rayer, B. Roberts, L. Mur- phy, P. Pakulack, P. Long, R. Coakes, D. Illingworth. Row 3: B. Watkins, L. Chartier, S, Bowman, P. Weakley, P. Major, Gustafson, H. Biente, Crooks, D. Miller, M Goode, V. Thompson, B. Walker, S. Campbell, A. McKinney. Row 4: A. Wellborn D. Parks, E. Forth, R. Hcrscy, M. Lee, Bowman, j. Haldorson, S. Nelson, Barrows M. Simmons, C. Brown, S. Mellor P. Schmit, Fahnlander. M Bred Cham Chorus, was formed to provide training for all students who are inter- v 1 One of the newer organizations of the music department, the Mixed ested in music. ...,-7. Row 1 M McCall1ster N Mickelson S Long J Gaubert B Coen Kiphart D Hanson K Deger man D Adams J Lodge R Swaggart B Nelson F Harmsworth S Nosler D Danielson Mr Har rison Row 2 S Riggs Golding K Bedortha C Brown B Byrnes C Maxfield L Kihn B Wicks R Huffman D Bfrckeberg P Patterson P Auferoth B Haug L Callaway C Hoff Row 3 E Dav cnport P Killgallon I Eickmeyer M Sinaka N Liddle L Heany Perkins S McNutt R Edmiston T Chambers I Thorsfeldt P Drew B Fegles S Conant M Gilmore Row 4 M Svingen B Pase men, J. Logan K. Powell, K. Reisbeck T. Leanard, D. Olson G. Seiple, C. Sellon, R. Rosendahl, T. Mc- J. Marshall, J. Dyer. .,.,,',.,L,.,-,3,,.,, 4, , , .jg 3.,.gag-,,.,.,...,.g.,:.,.,:o,g.,,.',.,.,L,-,.,-,4,-.-.- A...-.,5. -, 5.,...,.g.-4. ff,-.ag-.v.-.-,',g... .-.-.'.'.,.'.-.-.o,'::.'.- -xv. .w 0.0.-.'.'.'.-.-. . 4 '.'.- . ...ff Egg, ., .., ks-w... 3 -,..' ,'..:p willy EUGENE .vcHo9v Row 1: N. Mickelson, E, Reed, G, Lee, P. Morgan, Mr, Miller, Row 2: D. Williams, B. Milford, S. Colburn, B. Pitcher, S. Walker, D. Newton, H. Blakely, B. Strong, A. Gillett, E. Brown, R. Meskimen, j.Colburn, E. Horn, L. Andrews, j.. WhitW0rih. ROW 3: C. Eldridge. j. Bureker, G. Kehrli, E. Beier, R. Page, C. Ketchum, L. Gubrud, -I.Erdman, B. Porter, H. Pollock, A. Summers, M. Griffiths, D. Chase, M. Cass. Row 4: P. Peterson, D. Smith, M. Wcmoley, J. Blue, G. Casey, J. Weinstein, J. Kilburn, L. Coons, D. Myers, M. Nilsen, T. Reams, N. Brainard, B. Dillon, P. Brown. Row 5: T. Stockman, C. Nelson, E. Rupple, D. Mickelwait, J. Hoogstad. 45,5 P g 3 Band The band, one of the most active organizations in Eugene High, was instrumental in furthering the spirit MASKAN Band Prepares for Alaska Tour VANt0lWlll lt? BRACHM ' lt"f"" li0lllll3lilf' of our school . . . raising it tr record heights for the year '50 - '51, and providing invaluable experience fr its mem bers. ii .3 'I 3. 14 r. F 3 , -,. ,, - l., ,. Y, . . ..... . Q . . . . . . .-. ,,-,- . .- .-,-,- . . .-. , v, f. -,. -,v . . ,.,- , . ., . -,-,, . - . . . 1, . ., . - .- -, .- -,-,V - . .'.f - f -,-V. ,-,-,-,4,-. .-.-,-.Q .,-,. . . . .,-,-,-, . . . . .'.-.-.-, .w . . . . ..-. .-.- ., -,.,4 .- .- -'.-,- -.'. v. .-.-'c'f.'.-, . . 1 -.-.-fo.-,o.-'vm . . J.-3. . e.s'- .-.-J.-.v.'.'. . .,-fv . .'. .'.- - -4 s.-'f.-.',-.- .'.'.'.-.'. -,- ,s'f 3. -ffg'v.',- S. J.-.'. . .'f'.'.vf-, -2- - .'.'.'.-.-.'. 1. .,.,., -, 4, '.'.-fm,-".,Q-fv.'.'.'A.'.'. f '.,. . .,. ,o.-,-.o.-.'.-.-. . .'.-.0.'.'.'. . f 1. 'u.'.'n. u.-.-,. 1,-pf.,-, -A. -.'.'.',,-,f -.-.- .M PM 9.0: .-.-.v.-'. - Q".-.o'. ., HAROLD ALLI 130 ON ALICE BARNHART .A M . 0ur acult RUTH BEACON 'Q' 42' 1 HW , .f f, , . v-ra' f a - ,. , 1 F S - Q, A I I I 4 H' "" K I I 'L Q-:---- -- fg - ,. L5 , -.N . 2 I I WILLIAM CURRY WILLIAM DEDMAN 5 9 E :'A EE P KEITH DeCoURCEY iff mugs GERTRUDE DEIERLEIN JULIETTE GIBSON CLARENCE DIEBEL EDNA GLINES ZILDA HAYES 131 EDGAR GOODNCUGI-I F REDA HARSHBARGER RUSSELL I-IENDRICKS 'X RUSSELL HARRISON 1 3 2 ESTHER HETTINGER AMBROSE HUFF LAUREL HJELTE BERT KERNS KENNETH KIENZLE LILLIAN LYNCH MARY MALLERY HENRY KUCHERA OLA MCDERMOTT 5 ' vvvu i DUANE MELLEM CLOYD MAKIN SON 133 BYRON MILLER DONALD MOORE HANK NILSEN ELIZABETH NELSON RITA NORRIS BESSIE ROBERTSON NORA ROBERTSON LYLE SMALL WILLIAM TWEEDIE MONTANA RICKARDS VIRGINIA WEST 135 ALAN WICKHAM FLORENCE WICKLAND VEOLA WILMOT CAROLINE WOODS BETTY WORMINGTON FRANCES BRANDON 136 DOREN E GILLETT JOYCE REECE ? 137 vawtmkmmssvumvuar. FEW!-' Fi an ww Ap' Us ,gm gl Tw .WA ' " .ww .Awami A .M , ,hum F Y 'M Tgf'-'-ut, . yvsf 4 'TI , s Mxfzw X Q-U5 .Ms nd , Af kg Qtxi? Mi" 1 JJ ' fl' BBA? -MJYKQ i : , SSL ' THEY IWW AUS IN NUR IES! ANNUAL .,.a5'5v'Phv"M W' 'pai' SHOE STORES APPLIANCES Appliance Center Garrett Appliance Magic Gas . . BAKERIES Home Bakery . . McKee's Bakery . CLEANERS Charm Cleaners . .. . Club Cleaners . Eugene Laundry Kle-Klo Cleaners CLOTHING-Men's I'Ierman's . . Oregon Outfitters I"ennell's ..... CLOTHING-Women's. I'Iadley's ..... Hart Larsen's . . Heath's ...... Kaufman Brothers Miller's ........ Smith's Leon's .... . DAIRIES Eugene Farrner's Cry. Pengra Dairy . . Springfield Dairy . . . DEPARTMENT STORES Broadway .... Meier 8 Frank . . Montgomery Ward Penney's ..... Robert's Bros. . . Russell's .... William's, Inc. . . DRUG STORES Everybody's Drug Claypool Drug . Tiffany Drug . . . Pennywise Drug . Powell Drug . . . 140 Index X FLORISTS Briarcliff Florist . . Chase Flowers . . . Flowers Unlimited . . Grace 6- Viola's . . Ruth's Flowers . . . FRUIT PRODUCE Eugene Fruit Growers . FURNITURE Iohnson Furniture . . M G K Furniture . Mountjoy G Carmichael Rubenstein's Furniture GROCERIES Royal Market .... HOTELS Eugene Hotel .... IEWELRY STORES Bristow's ....... Laraway's . . . . . Olson Iewelry .... Skeie's ..... . . LUMBER 6- FUEL Associated Plywood . Eugene Planing Mill Giustina Bros. . . . . Gustafson Fuel . . . Manerud-Huntington Mason Lee Lumber Co. Midgley Planing Mill Petro-Lane Oil Co. . Weyerhaeuser .... MUSIC HOUSES Eugene Music Co. . Wilson Music Co. . . PHOTOGRAPHERS. Coburn Film ..... Kennell-Ellis ..... PRINTERS Picture Press Printers Your Town Printers RESTAURANTS El Pronto . . . North's ...... Seymour's .... SERVICE STATION 61 OIL CO Danner's Station. Iohnny's Richfield Richfield Oil Company Signal Oil Company Burch's ....... Powell 6: Edblom . SPORTING GOODS G HARDWARE Burkhart's . . . Coast to Coast . . . Eugene Hardware . Ioe Gordon Hardware Hendershott's . .t . I'Iunt's . . . Babb Hardware . . Troeh's ....... UTILITIES Eugene Water Board City Transit Lines . KERG ...... . KUGN ...... . MISCELLANEOUS Lander's Novelty . . Linn Buley ..... Barber Real Estate . Pierce Freight . . . Terminal Taxi . . . U.S. National Bank . U. of O Co-op .... Valley Typewriter . Valley Stationery . ,..,Ao..., ASK ron EM nlnnnnn A nn W uunurv gf cur onrzn BEANS X 1 1- l ,---t5 pun-grub n f Q V x Q , SLICED BEET5 ' ,' 1 -5 --g 3' x-K t D QIAPAOND I if f E E '11 EUGENE EWWEWQ ef" , F R U I T X' " is-V? nnownns ""'51""" ASSOCIATl0N 3wf' in A 5 9ITIEDE?EEfE,6lnElfHlV"lf X x -K .of Junction Clty UREGUN FRUITS AND VEGETABLES ,fx p ill: 1 Q .fe Eugene 0 DESTINATION IIIIKIIDWN lun uw mmm Num, iw 4 - ya . ,xxx J!! ,..,u,g A g ' l a Hundreds of trainloads oi APMl plywood X leave Associated mills in the course of a year. X This miracle wood is used on various con- X f ff? " struction proiects in the United States and ,f g - er' if 4 ' throughout the worldg but gust exactly where, f ig , 1 " f,, f f and under what conditions,we cannot be sure. 'f !?,,5,!,f , f . 1 x'l. f"' ' if' What we do know , how ev er, is that each panel ff is identified by a gradernark and by the APM1 ASSUCIATE . . . D PLYWOQD trademark. This ts, in effect, a double guar- GENERM on HILLS, mc . . . 'CIS ' antee of quality and serves to identify APMI Anscgfllllg, ' E"9'f'-, Qugon ne Gnd wi . ood whenever and wherever used. APM: ,Aus wlrem-na, owen gzgerne and wing:-iousls' fonci no, O ""J.,g-r.,'i1'LZ'2L'g3f :saga nslon Bldg Chg' . ron, N. C Plyvl 31 Siqpe ' 5'-. Bo ' sion, Mnuochuum This space for autographs ofthe Pep Club Members COURTESY OF HEAT!-I'S WONDER FABRICS 1149 Willamette Street Dial 5-6352 The municipal water board, an elective body, operates the electric ancl water utilities in Eugene. The electricity and water are sold at rates as low as is consistent with business man- agement. Marilyn, Earle and Karen visit the Water Board. -WA , -fffbs f21.:l.:1 -fx ' ,:-"H .1116 .f'5i'f1.?Zli- 2 ' Q-Mao E E ' 4354 - ' Phone 4-6211 Willamette 'H 'x ' '-"' 'S ""--- EUGENE WVXTEE-FSI E'iEcTiuic nomo Richfield Oil Corp. QUALITY rrrrnonnum rnonuc-rs FIFTY RICHFIELD SERVICE STATIIDNS nxrnun cnmrrncs 'ro cuss or 1951 A. T. Fraedrick AGENT Eugene, Oregon 144 ooooooooooooooooooopoooonooooooooooooooooooooooo 5 FASHIONS . E Styled E to young tastes 2 Scaled 2 E to young budgets O O O I O t I O 0 1 I Q I O Q ' , , ,v . K 51 X? : Molly McKenzie. Pat Moran. .and'Bobbette Gilmore EUGENES FASHION CENTER enyoy an afternoon of shopping in our Sportswear section . . . their verdict? . . . "wonderful selection at any price you want to pay." M. N. PENGRI-I DAIRY PROCESSOR and DISTRIBUTOR of FINE PASTEURIZED AND HOMOGENIZED DAIRY PRODUCTS Route 2 Box 69 Phone 4-7521 145 y Johnny's ' l RICHFIELD I Service 1-at W Call us for free pick up and delivery. - Honest and friendly service always. Uohn R. Knitter, Prop.l Bruce and Del bum the mid-nite oil at IOhfmY" Richmm- 19th 5- Hilyard Dial 5-9136 Cangmtulations . . . . . . . . to the Staff of the 1951 Eugenean for an outstanding Annual Llthographers 8: Engravers s1u.zM onzcon X i YQUR TQWN PRESS, JLNCQ For styles from SEVENTEEN, MADEMOISELLE, HARPER'S BAZAAR in Shirley Lee Iunior Petites Doris Dodson Iuniors Iane Irwill Sweaters SPORTSWEAR by Sporteens Koret of California 20 EAST BROADWAY Phone 4-9422 I oe Gordon Hardware Sporting Goods . Athletic Supplies Fishing Tackle General Hardware 771 Willamette Street Phone 5-3353 147 WISH TO EXTEND CONGRATULATIONS TO THE STUDENTS OF -1 Y vonn 8 asks Doro!hY's Qppwvqx of Q blouse. N '51 "Shop Penney's Evegydqy fgg Everything" 914 Willamette Phone 4-3296 Dorlcm Himber and Les Taylor are shown some oi the new plaidshirts. Whether it's work. or whether it's dress. lt's Herman's Men's Store. the best for less. 8th 8 Willamette Zdcgglligjlg Phone 4-9143 148 For Men and Boys NORTH' The place to go for that alter-school snack -.. .ee Morgan, Frolen, Mickelwait and Moore stock up on energy lor their next grueling debate. Located at 165 West 11th and 845 Willamette V N Use Prestologs WEUYERHAEUSER ll e r C 0, Dorothy Siegmund and Synove Erickson look at 7 Ward's blouses. Sp'-ingfield' QI-9, Look to Ward's fora complete line ol merchandise l """ DIAMONDS WATCHES SILVERWARE HERBERT OLSON, IEWELER Expert Watch and Iewelry Repairing 175 E. Broadway Phone 4-5353 Maryanne Erickson shows fountain pens to Bob Maier. S O E S , Personal Stationery-Greeting Cards SADDLES X MEN Ottice Supplies CQSUALS WOMEN school Supplies RESS CHILDREN Valley Stationery Co. waawnamaa Smal Wh d 'h . 76 West Broadway - Eugene en you nee 5 O95 . . . 0 " f ' 643 Main Street - Springfield Y U NEED BURCH S manning harher l Realtor "The Little Office Around the Corner" Phone 5-6734 828 Park St. R dl h B b Cl k ish ' t or Eugene, Oregon 1xojrr::h:rridisZ.s ows e e ar someo exes BEST WISHES fy JeWeli15f-X---'Mijtore Fon A SUCCESSFUL -1--W-li Headquarters for Sterling Silver Reed 61 Barton Wallace International Heirloom GUSTAFSON rum. comPANY Towle G h AMB or am 1600 west 2nd Phone 4-3151 1027 Willamette Phone 4-2372 150 ' 00 Compliments of Portland's own store JIIHNSIIN FURNITURE Complete home furnishings 649 Willamette Phone 4-Z28l FASHIONS .... exclusively yours lor over I5 years ...... 21 6 S I J Nationally advertised apparel pleasingly priced lor each individual budget . . . Ph. 5-2411 Eugene. Oregon HARDWARE CAR ACCESSORIES SPORTING GOODS COAST TO COAST STORES LOCALLY OWNED Everything lor the Farm. Horne. and Automobile Phone 4-1261 73 West Broadway Eugene, Oregon A new table takes Merle and Karen's consideration. FURNITURE COMPANY 115 West 8th Phone 5-3331 Congratulations to The Class of '51 from R.A. BABB Hardware Company 151 You've Got A Date! at 1280 k.c. With the Liberty Broadcasting System 101111 IIHITTS 'WYIZIU KC 6 v 55, 'N Q N K 'fa 'DIIPLICATIONST 5 Rcmuns 10312164 Lam ' 7112741 fum S Buleyi DISPENSING OPTICIAN I lOl EUGENE MCDICFL CENTER I ' 1 Eugene, Oregon Phone 4-3101 Landers Novelty Co. Dial 4-2821 - Wholesale - 65 West 6th TOYS, NOTIONS, SCHOOL SUPPLIES PARTY MDSE. - DRY GOODS Eugene Planing Mill Sash Doors G General Mill Work All Kinds ol Building Material Congratulations and Best of Luck to the class ol '51 306 Lawrence St. Phone 5-3381 152 EUGENE HARDWARE Congratulations and Best of Luck to the class ol'51 93E B fi y Ph 53412 LOOK TO CITY TRANSIT LINES WHEN IN EUGENE 532 O k St t Ph 4 0251 Mantis BAKERY Springfield, Oregon CONGRATULATIONS CLASS OF '51 MASON-LEE LUMBER CO. Douglas Fir 874 Willamette Str t Eugene, Oregon COMPLIMENTS TO THE CLASS OF '51 av gf ZPqme4l9ufn.5'z2'ze Ru S S e ll S 64 East Broadway Telephone 5 3314 BEST WISHES from Eugene High Schools Record Headquarters APPLIANCE CENTERS RECORD BAR 70 West Tenth Eugene our mor. af. ..1.,cm.qf th --nmfd sms- Records-Radios-Appliances-sewing Machines HUME BAKERY and DELICATESSEN 86 East'Broodwcry Eugene, Oregon Midgley Planing Mill Co. MILLWORK Since 1881 4th and Sts. 1080 Will Shop for YOUR SCHOOL NEEDS AT M4915 ...CLOTH WOMAN cxmette -St. Eugeneg Oreg 154 I Conn Pan American Band Instruments U ,, ..gg,.,... MN 5- ,5, Q r ... f" " iii . xr: ..,, .Ze f , D M.-1-L -----. lea I -- m . qv-.Q-. , Xl' Gloria and Verla show real taste as they buy "While Stag." ll ,I ,ERI Shop lVliller's for names that mean quality always. JANTZEN - - - swim suits sweaters T-shirts WHITE STAG sail cloth 181 East Broadway Eugene, Oregon Ph. 5-1215 Accordians Organs Pianos BURKHARTS SPORTING GOODS ATHLETIC SUPPLIES BASKETBALLS FOOTBALLS BASEBALLS Gloves Bats Tennis Badminton Ping-Pong Chris-Craft Motors Bay-Craft Boats Rex Boat Trailers Boat Accessories 5:21 Play Clothes GUNS AMMUNITIQN Winchester DENLMATES Remington Remington 840 Willamette Phone 5-4344 Savage Wmchestel' H Marlin Western Stevens Peters Colt Eley L Smith Sz Wesson Ever bod 'S Dru FISHING TACKLE y y The most complete selection in town FLY TIEING MATERIALS--HOOKS Drugs -- Toiletries CAMI: EQUHQMEN1' Sleeping Bags Air Mattresses Tents Tobaccos - Prescriptions Camp Stoves Lanterns Picnic Kits MASLAND HUNTING 8a FISHING . CLOTHES Phone 4-0221 986 Willamette 1151 Willamette Eugene, Ori-gon Phone 4-4501 Serving Eugene since 1927 .. with the finest in clothing, furnishings and dornestics for the whole family . . . at the lowest price consistent with quality. You can always do better at 015 WILLAMETTE DIAL 5-34241 ILLIAM' 1 Phone 5-6122 1245: 1530 Willamette Eugene, Oregon ' Ga. Authorized Agents u, .g K 115291. 7 ' sth'-ies! LA ,f A I .4 AJ:--:Q ...Zn All Makes of Portable TYPEWRITERS FOR THE BEST BRANDS NATIONALCIIY KNOWN Men's 6: Boy's Wear Boots 61 Shoes Rain Clothing from Head to Outdoor Supplies ' Luggage 61 Leather Goods and Gifts for Every Occasion Shop the Stores Where It's A Pleasure to Serve You" Foot OREGON CIUTFITTERS Personalize your SWEATERS, BLOUSES, SCARFS. and ACCCESSORIES Purchased in the New and Greater Broadway by having them MONOGRAMMED with your own initials. See the 253000 Meistergram Machine when you visit THE BRUAIJWAY The Dons are attracted by sporting goods. THE FINEST IN QUALITY SPORTING GOODS and ATHLETIC EQUIPMENT FOR OVER 40 YEARS O ay 'df 770 Willamette Street Dial 4-9325 ROYAL MARKET Only the best for our customers 198 West 17th Phone 4-5273 Mr. Kienzle gives advice to shutierbug lim Colburn. Eugene's kodak headquarters for High School students. Come in and browse around fa-fe EUGENE LAUNDRY and DRY CLEANERS In Eugene since 1902 174 West 8th Phone 5-3321 MIIIINIJIIY and IIAIIMIIIHAH DRAPERIES - - UPI-IOLSTERY FLOOR COVERINGS OCCASIONAL FURNITURE 773 East Broadway Phone 4-5312 Phone 4-8241 7th 61 Willamette It 16 OUR SHOES ARE THE TALK OF THE TOWN CONGRATULATIONS to the class 1050 Willamette Phone 4-4421 of '51 i in E from .- ,. ', . ,i T, 0 I LUM Q Garrett Appliance Co. Home ei Frigidaire West 2nd and Garfield, Eugene, Oregon Phone 5-2337 156 Springfield Dairy Milk YOU'LL Love its Delivered to your door in Eugene and Springfield SPRINGFIELD DIIIRY DIAL 7-3461 COMPLETE VACUUM SERVICE All Makes - Sales :S Service F R E E HOME DEMONSTRATION Liberal Trade-in - Easy Terms Parts 6: Service for All Makes We pick-up G deliver Q sTARKS::ff:sr:r M SALES bsERvlcE 43 ' 702 Willamette St. Dial 5-1597 Shirley and l.aVelIe select a new pair ol shoes. lt's Powell 5 Edblom Footwear for shoes of qualityi As well as any style you desirei QWM5 EDBLM O0 1080 TELEPHONE 5--3l4I 0 828 WILLAMETTE ST. Best Wishes yfrorn THE C0-UP Campus Supply Headquarters for Books-Stationery-Typewriters University ol Oregon Co-Op Store Eugene, Oregon 157 158 P blic Mark t Buil in Congratulations to the Class of '51 Eugene Farmers Creamery Producers of DARIGOLD Dairy Products 568 Olive Street Pho TI To the 1951 Graduates: In the social swing or business- Go where you may. You'll Iind it generally true Fine printing will pay. And. since we have this handy spot. We'd like to caution you- Printing from the PICTURE PRESS e 4-6225 VISIT DANNERS SERVICE STATION Associated Veedol Safety-check Lubrication Federal Tires Aero Batt Fishing Tackle Auto Suppl 93 West 10th Ph 5 9415 EUGENE, OREGON ,vi glowem unlimited QUICK. EFFICIENT SERVICE IS ALWAYS GIVEN TO EVERYONE Is bound to lead the way! Mcfure fre!! 37 East sth Eugene. oregon I93 East Broadway Phone 4-6244 EENNELL'S CAMPUS SHOP 860 E. 13th Ave. HEADQUARTERS FOR FORMAL CLOTHES CONGRATULATIONS THE CLASS OF 1951 SIGNAL Ull CUMPANY FRANK C. IONES, Distributor Prescriptions Powell Ilrug Co. 941 River Road Phone 4-3832 Gifts Cosmetics GRACE and VlUlA'S FLUWER SHUP Express your feeling with flowers from Grace and Viola's d g Phone 4-8121 Petro Lane Oil Company DIAL 4-1321 LOCATION: POST OFFICE BOX 587 COBURG HOAD 6- EUGENE, OREGON OAKWAY DRIVE Keep Warm and Happy with Fuel from MANERUIJ HUNTINGTUN FUEl CU. pPhone 4-1211 or 5-6262 997 Oak Street Get your school supplies and Drug needs from CLAYPOOL DRUG 886 E. 13th Phone 4-4031 Ruth's Flower Shop Corsages Weddings FLORAL ARRANGEMENTS CERAMICS and OTHER GIFT ITEMS Ph0lle 4-8242 172 W. Broadwnv KUGN KUGN FM COMPLIMENTS TO THE CLASS OF 1951 K U G N 740 Willamette CONGRATULATIONS T0 THE CLASS OF '51 ABC for Eugene Coburg Road Phone 4-6216 Phone 5-1547 HUN'l"S SPORTSlVIAN'S SUPPLY Fishing Tackle Guns Ammunition Camping Equipment Athletic Supplies 56 West 13th Ave. Dial 4-0551 LUB fjfatters leaners CDyers T AILORS 107 EAST Ilth uf OAK 421 COBURG RD. l9rh ov AGATE PPKNE 4-2152 PHQQE 5-3153 PHONE 4-8141 Hn OREGON bank serving OREGON Q Complete banking facilities E E N E B C H or ms , Q Friendly, personal service U N I T E D S E S Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporations Band Instruments Clarinets , By By nuns nlcnmin Sheet Music - Records - Supplies 1598 West llih WJJUYZ M U 5 I c WASHING WAX JOBS H U U S E LUBRICATION TIRE REPAIR 39 East wth Avenue GOODYEAR BATTERIES Oldest, Most Complete Music Service ACCESSORIES in Eugene WE CALL FOR AND DELIVER If EDD '- !.f" 1 . S' HOUSE OF DIAMONDS KL I WATCHES STERLING sn.vER L-ffclllfzfwilfflllf-W fffudfll CLOCKS CASTLETON CHINA COSTUME IEWELRY VAL ST. LAMBERT Cleaners CRYSTAL 1016 Willamette St. Dial 4-3203 PHONE 4-3652 1570 W- 11th F L O W E R S . . of Distinction 58 East Broadway CHASE FLOWERS Phone 4-1453 PENNY-WISE DRUG STORES 769 W. Blll Ave. 5-7231 36 E, Brgqdwqy 4-6033 EL PRONTO 1689 Willamette St. Phone 5-5101 160 AT YOUR SERVICE FOR ALL OCCASIONS Congratulations to the Graduating Class Dining Room - Coffee Shop Banquets EU G E N E H UT E l Broadway and Pearl Phone 4-1461 Troeh's Sporting Goods 'General Line of Sporting Goods J. B. TRDEH. PROP. General Gun Repairing Gun Reboring Guns Reblued Sale, Lock 6- Key Work Iohnson Seahorse Outboard Motor Dealer Sales 6. Service Fishing Rods Rebuilt WILLAMEI IE AT SIXTH DIAL 5-5431 ' .. i Annette and Susan Nosler pose by one of the new trucks 439 W. 4TH STREET 'I' EUGENE, OREGON TELEPHONE 5-4341 no loqol cl I. v --Aa-q ou YA vnmazl-mraei? :langau ge- The gang waits lor orders in Seymour'l back room. 161 The Eugenean Staff urges the students of Eugene High School to patronize the stores whose acls you find on these pages. It is through their support that this annual is marie possible. THE EUGENEAN , Zevnlf OUR SHOES ARE THE TALK OF THE TOWN 1050 Willamette Phone 4-4421 TERMINAL TAXI SERVICE Phone 5-4311 - 450 Willamette M 6: K Furniture Market Phone 4-9741 1575 West 11th Magic Gas 61 Appliance Co. Phone 4-2283 2810 West 6th Tiffany Davis Drug Co. GIFTS, COSMETICS, FOUNTAIN open 8 A. M. - 10 P. M. 8th 85 Willamette M89 WILLAMETTE CHARM CLEANERS Pnonng 4-8144 dgriarcliff gloria! Phone 4-0367 210 River Road - w u u 5 . 7 ' ' nzuxllrll rw low .4 Phone 4-0211 620 Willamette 162 The Pioneer Jewelers of Eugene STATELY SHE STANDS Stately she stands, our Alma Mater, Bright with the sunlight of youth, Down through 'the years our Alma Mater Has stood for brave honor and truth. Blood-red her vines clinging fingers Bind her walls close to our hearts, Spring-like her memory lingers Through the years though they lead us apart. Each stone in her white, gleaming portal Is a symbol on symbols piled high. A monument glowing, immortal Tbif page murlefy of KENNELL-ELLIS A sign of Youth's star in life's sky. Juliette C. Gibso E E 45 ,. i S an I v vr r""'." " 'J '? rw ' bv. .- . ,-,,,3,:.. uf "' Wy. .rx ' r ' fin - fi .. , . 4 ,. X 7 V .W , . V - 1 4 - w , 'nv :u,4'55-- - ' 1- 'u.. .1 ,if ' . mgew' a L , -3 .3 '--: vw ' -nA' .. .,- I 5 ' lm S .LJ .X ik .- ,. 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