Eugene High School - Eugenean Yearbook (Eugene, OR)

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In x A 5 ' 'K . 4 y , I J CONTENTS REMEMBER ADMINISTRATION CLUBS SPGRTS CLASSES ADVERTISING The Yearbook Staff of Eugene presents the 1952 Eu blhdby h asa g Hg1Sl 1 g0g Af 'f ' J K 'Lf ,J O' if Wig" Ls, C "1 ,K f 4 9 fx f 2 ff!-,fl y 3 1 5 I ,,n f ,I , ,y KIIIVXI' To Begin with Keep it and the lezrves turned to yellow l ' f X , K 1 'N ff E REMEMBER l t, J l . l ji ,, + Jv 1 . . fg I '- A4059 v ' f1,,fu,1 1 ,ii Y yffx 1 'Vp . I, ' f If 1 " .,.f J , I K . registration fthe Sophs were orderlyy ylf Let's look back on 1951-52. Here are the people you knew. Here are the halls you walked. Here is your book. . doing the Hoky-Poky at the Hello Week" Mixer N . f K J , W ...- ij 'Q,' -I . . ,r A42 4 x, f 1 '13 J . ' f .Lx , h ix-.ia . fy Q ,." i wx I' -Aj Liv A Lu' V ' ,F A 'jd' ,, X, 5, HJ, ,1 -4" X fu, A ,dl jgffxx. ,f "3- ,1 fn . , gf , the 3 o'clock bell meant 'scram' 94,-..v-n. -1- 'BX ,o..a..,.3J...6sj,,.p,,.,,x M W I "l'ifl.o..f1 5 2 .MMLQA .fools-1 l,.,..,a,S3 . K -PS0-su, Q. -5 um- ,sp A .L fi--iafq, Q L 4.7" "'-A"-""'LS'N j 3 Sq, - V5-'l34f' -ini' is kin! iff LSP Q- el'-. -.AMAA 3515. . those overflowing lockers . . extra-curricular activities in study hall QPhotographcr's note: this was not posedj . W NXNYED Q9 99a2:X"'yW:,5::i"J,X 'DJJ X-Wx -iwvf' 'f '55 Ft' ,f ' VN' sw QW 'fr ' fx-Xe A 5 MJ" 3 9-- ll'-5 X V J x nxibry! Nh! ,swift J f. f N I li J ,, 11, x q," ,ly . J ' w ' N ry 'bxljfsr' K wif Ly ' V J1,f.J7M',b' !,ExcM'Qy my Y,pe ,y XX" '9- M 'ms 'ol- msvmok HISSELPI --5 1 whiff, I ga . . chests were presented to the X-ray machine C ! J 11 f wi . ,the embarrassing initiations checking out books for cramming . the term paper keeping you up all riight movies replaced the usual classroom scene the life-like dummy at the Corn Stalk Rustle 115' X eating lunch most anywhere Slttlng out that dance the hilarious Rally Squad pep assemblies V . 'W ,Lila 1l l 2':.fM 1, --V-I ..,.... ...J IIB lub, .. ,,.. 1 , f s-2 wif ' ' -MBKUW' 'R-E8 ' at was '55 u f- 43' A 1.4. tilfvurf I Q k I lf ,L v mv 4' Q F-ASIA-z. 1253 fini.: ' s I '14 wxigw admiring the EHS trophies the Canteen after school cokes at the school store the few lazy sunny days Gaylord telling a joke Changing stage settings and running the P.A.-the stage crew Responsible for feeding open mouths and empty stomachs-the Cooks A band-aid hereg a signed excuse theres -the school nurse + CUSTGDIAN S . . . cleanmg up the halls after the noon ho . . . replenishing the fire putting on the heat I-UW Qi! yay GQQV ???j"?5fpfi f,fiigQfef 05:09 M54 'M 'a .,. 52 was El building year WWHM YW' X xx? 'Wh 41 IFN 3 31 iz , J,, M Q ix Ask . A f M., -' W ui -ix. W s 'X TRATIO lanning DEAN MICKELWAIT Principal FOR THE STUDENTS The year 1951-1-952 is the building year for the future. A PAUL POTTER NINA KITIT S Dean of Boys Dean of Girls AND THE NEW SCHOOL CLARENCE HINES Superintendent of Schools N K, A , With keen judgment and understanding . 'e , If A Y these administrators have earned the confi- P, K 1' dence of the community and the respect of 13.9, "x.,,',.'4Q'I,Lwi if I 9 the students. 1 ' A X 5. H -.psi-f?177'Q L xqjlf P, A-.-1 fl . . 1' - t -f I fffff 17. ,fp .W fi '1-Lrg ff? 1. ,V f E IN..J...1' if A :A . - , " "1 X' - N4 ,1,1, 1wSf frrrw-+' ,i+,,D DEAN LOBAUGH LAL- ERDMANN Assistant Supe,i,m,nd6,nt Assistant Superilztewzdent Insirzlctiolz Plant and Purchasing -s , I . C i 3 DON SMITH Vice Presidwzf W Awoyvf ANN ERICKSON SUE SHREEVE ANDY NELSON Sf'fTf'fWJ" Treasurer Audifor STUDENT COUINCIL Rowl S Drury NI ohnson A Starkvyeathcr D Lrnk h Shrtut S Shrecxe R Vsrlsmn Row 7 D Nixckelwant B Hmkson lx Vnllmms A lrntkson D Sutton P Ixtlly Hoppe C. Sxttkt H XleC,allxsttr Rou 3 B Rndtlrft J R1 h ards A Grnslns hopp R Wxcks D Jackson S MtLean Rau. 4 R Leautt C Horstup B Kmgsley A Nelson G Wnlson P Stalsberg B Hayden A Barton Rau, 5 C Ahre G Campbell B Patterson XY Garrett D Robmson D Cass G Hunger Row 6 B McGeorge D Bronough N Fogelstrom B Nlantr A Romng Burgett D Smxth Student counul consxsts of the student body offrce rs and rtprcsentatny es elected by frfth ptrnod classes The counul reports are presented by the reprcstnta tu es vsho also xonce tht ldeas and opmxons of the students xn Counc1l meetmgs The Student Counc1l was very busy thxs year grantmg athletnc an ards, d1scuss1ng n permanent student conduct plan 1mproy1ng our fare drrlls, and 1n general domg a yery wonderful job 1n keepmg our school government 1n order BOB MAIER Student Manager . v ' ' wsvx V 'V' - ' l ,, ,.. ,. ,. ',j. ,. ,., .. .. .. c ,- ,J- ,. ,. ,. - . -1. ,. ,- ,- ,- ,- ,. ,. . .. ,. ,. ,. ,- .. , . . .. ,. ,. ,.. ,. ,. ,. , 1 - . , v ,' 1' - 1 1 r I v v vi x .- 7 , v V Y I V U f Y V77 - J Y it Hg PB li STUDE T BUDGET and FINANCE COMMITTEE A. Newman, D. Mickelwait, S. Shreeve, J. jones, M. Mallcry, A. Nelson. SOCIAL COMMITTEE P. Kelly, J. Kopp, B. Hayden, B. Maiqr, S. Shreeve, M. johnson, S. McLean. CONSTITUTION and BY-LAWS COMMITTEE Allison, D. Himbcr, B. Hinkson, A. Erickson, S. P.T.A. DANCE COMMITTEE T. Leonard, D. Smith, M. Goins, P. Martin, L. Wheeler, M. DeVos. I Everv Mlnute Counts' ASSEMBLY COMMITTEF Q I I W Brockway S Ross C Blood P Stalsberg D Mxckelwant B Fxlut J Rchards B Ma er B Hunk son CONDUCT COMMITTEE M Gross B Battle B Ba ley A Romg J Erdman B Hmkson D Smlth 234-SH-2 ACTIVITIES COMMITTEE K Snoen M Atwood N Kms R Hendncks O McDermott . 5 ,, . , ' .- R -,, Y, " I -'W L J ' 1 ' y - y - 1 . , . , . 1 , . i,, ' - fx f ,, X 7' ' I , x I I I . ,. , . i , . i, . , . , . . I N45 , +455 . "- C f' Lk I? we 2 ft -ky r s JV , r I I : x Q V , 'I 1 .I,,g. I , . , . , . I , . I , . MR. ALLISON MR. AMICK Subjects: Subjects: U.S. History-Debate U.S. History Social Problems-Debate World History Aa'1'isr'r: Asst. Football Coach Debate Squad MR. BROCKWAY MR. BURCH Subjects: Subject: Vocal Music Social Living A Cappella Adviser: Rifle Club Assembly Committee Q fr I, .V , , ,f 1 L I , f J I MRS. BEACON Junior Girls' Counselor egg ef dee? fef-Jfeffiff 'U X f ff. Subjects: English 12 Remedial Reading Adviser: Eugenean X yg? J Qfridfi U jx .jerk , .:- af jg ' ,"i"1l'6!'i- " R JAH' ,I ,wg if A .vdffrffi e0'v M . DEDMAN 'N f fubject: 5 V' " English ' I ,' 5 .JK ,X I .i' " A. ' ff ,4' J! ,I ,n .f f 7,41 1 ff 'J '., I 1,1 , ki . i f"4xf 4 in f, ff , i f gf i e ,J4 4fi7 Q. 4 fr F CULTY MRS. BERREMAN MR. BLOOD Subjects: Subjects: Social Living Biology English 11 Mechanical Drawing Adviser: Adviser: Sophomore Class Financial Ticket Sales International Relations League MISS DeVOS Subjects: Physical Education MISS DEIERLEIN Health Subject: AdUiS?fZ Girls' Athletic Association Adviser, P.T.A. Dance Committee Ambassadors MRS. BARNHART Subject: Retail Selling Adviser: School Store MR. DAGGETT Subjects: French Latin Adviser: French Club Latin Club Rally Squad Golf Coach 3 Qntl-fidffg X S 1-3 2? ' . u ,4 l Z, 1 Vis MISS GLINES Subjects: Physical Education Health Adviser: Axettes MR. KERNS Subject: Biology Adviser: Chess Club M MR. GOODNOUGH Subject: English 11 Adviser: National Honor Society Sophomore Class MR. KIENZLE Subjects: Mathematics Physics Adviser: Camera Club Senior Class National Honor Society MR. DIEBEL Subjects : Physics Chemistry Adviser: Science Club MR. HENDRICKS Subjects: Social Problems U.S. History Adviser: International Relations League MR FILUT MISS GIBSON Subjects Subjects Speech English 12 Drama Newswritmg Aduser Creative Writing Thespians Adtiserz E.H.S. News f' il MRS. HJELTE MR. HUFF Subiefti Subject: Library Training Social Living Adviser: Library Helpers Q MISS HAYES Subjects: Shorthand Transcription Adviser: Commercial Club MR. KUCHERA Subjects: Physical Education Health Coach: A-Squad Basketball MISS MALLERY MR MALLERY Subject: Subjects Bookkeeping Art I II III IV Adviser: Advanced Art Commercial Club Crafts Pep Club MR. NILSEN Subjects: Intcrmediat Algebra I Adviser: "E" Club Coach: A-Squad Football Cafetel-13 MR. MELLEM Subjects: Physical Education Health Coach: A-Squad Baseball B-Squad Basketball MRS. RICKARDS Subject: ' English 11 MISS MCDERMOTT MR- MAKINSON Subjcrf: Subject: n Mathematics Agriculture Advisor: Adviser: Activities Committee Future Farmers of -America MR. MILLER gufg YQORE S b- 1: 11110652 ZIBIJS-d Wwdworking I City Music Supervisor Aiftixvr: Service Club MR. TWEEDIE Subjrrf: Orchestra MRS. WORMINGTON Subjcffs: Clothing Home Administration Adl'iS6'7'Z Future I-Iomemakers of America 3 'M A" ll S i g . MRS. ROBERTSON Subjects: Plane Geometry Basic Mathematics Adviser: Ski Club MRS. RQBERTSON Subjed: Biology Arfrisvrz Science Club Biology Club MRS. WILMOT Szlbjfriz U.S. History Adviser: International Relations League MR. WICKHAM Subject: Social Living 31" F Qi fxv 73 MR. RUTTER MR: SMALL Subjcci: Slfblfffi Safe Driving Social Living MR. WARNER MISS WEST junior Boys' Counselor Subjects: Subject: Spanish Social Problems English 11 Adviser: Arfriser: A 1 Aj 1 A1 Hi-Y Spanish Club 1 Coach: Senior Class B-Squad Football , C-Squad Basketball MRS, GILLETTE MRS. BRANDON MISS LEEGE Secretary to the Principal Attendance Secretary Library Clerk I 5 K f ! 17.5 1' , I 1 I 9 fl E.: Sk. K 'Wg 'L P' I Q'-'L' r --1' f W , X x iff-4 Q"- A 'E Q.: if qv-up-4 mfPw A CAPPELLA The rafters ring and the radiators shake as the A Cappella resounds their joyous halleluiahs each fifth period. The sixty-seven members demonstrated the efforts of their hard work as they sang at Christmas time in the halls and at the bank. During assemblies and at fraternal meetings the maroon robes with white satin collars are a mark of distinc- tion. Just ask the kid who wears one. Rowl B Vimont J Richards L Hershiser G Nichols J Young R Oglesby K Deggerman E Orth G Burgess, J Lodge B Byrne R Huffman B McGeorge S McNutt E Culbertson A Marshall Row 2 D Jensen J DeMoss C Cubbage J Clark A Christensen N McCabe D Robbins S Hargreaves M L McCallxster D Danielson A Starkweather M Follett P Long C Siefke G Doty C Wiedrich R Edmiston J Billings Row 3 S Nelson N Pitman M L Teague R Kuykendall S Shaffer K Bedortha R Walker R Coakes D Illmgsworth L Carter W Cross C Snook S Noslcr S Walker G Bevard Row 4 M Loughary D Marenette N Burt P Patterson M Cantrell P Weakley E Fortt C Jones M Goode L Johnston D Miller C Drury Clark is lulled to sleep by the music in ll A C . A Cappella caroling in the halls appe 2 at Christmas time. GIRLS' GLEE You saw the Girls' Glee sing- ing at the Christmas Assembly and you no doubt heard them sixth period practicing to their lungs, capacity. This girls' class worked enthusiastically to pre- pare themselves for perform- ances. Row 1: D. Burns, L. Blakely, D. Link, F. Garmire, S. Elliott, L. Effinger, D. LaCrosse, E. Miller L. Fox, R. Swaggart, G. Bates. Row 2: S. McLean, E. Davenport, D. Nelson, C. Reif, C. W'right, R. Durham, G. Hunger, S Fox, B. Barker, D. DeVine, -I. Babb, T. McGeorge, K. johns, C. Faris, Teague. Row 3: J. Haldorson, G. Mishler, W. Magee, B. Tennant, F. Barker, N. Royer, L. McClanahan M. Pederson, M. Weber, A. Knight, C. Peterson, B. Bailey, M. Fenn, P. Kraft, J. Dyer, S. Conant P. Southard, M. Simmons. PURPLE PIPERS The Music Department added the Purple Pipers to its repertoire second semester The Purple Pipers was a group of sixteen mem bers of the A Cappella who did the solo and ensemble work Row 1 L Johnston M Goode S Walker C Arneson M L Teague S Hargreaves M Loughary D Illingworth Row 2 B Byrne B McGeorge A Marshall B Vimont N McCabe J DeMoss . . , . , . , . , . . , , , I , . . . . , . , . , . , , , I ' S' BAND Toom' Boom' Tweet' Here comes the band marchmg m preclsnon The EHS Band has performed at c1v1c functxons as well as school affaxrs and from parades to sports they have shown school spmt at xts hexght f-5 VICTOR PETERSON Row 1 C Ketchum S Parmenter R Bennett S Colburn L Gubrud L Nelson J Kxer Rau Bureker D Rnzncr C hctchum J Patton G Kehrlx K Schooley Member of junxor Symphony LOW BRASS Rowl B Hoogstad, J Hoogstad, K Young, R Smith, P Webster Row 2 P Morgan', G deBroekert"', V Peterson, L Hershxser", S Oswald' D Meek' ' . ll f . E 'Q 'T 1 sf ' . 1 li s. ' 2 1 3 A ll ' I S 1 i 1 P . 1 1 - I ,S s f' I tx P . 71- if ri: j. ' . ' f, . ' , . , . ', . . 1' ' Y J 1 PERCUSSION Row 1 R Womack L Smnth R Strong O Holmes C DLWntt H Blakley L Ownby HIGH BRA SS Row 1 B Frtzpatnck S Nelson L Downmg T Reams A Ohls P Martm Row 2 J Blanton L Drakel D Meskumen M Nlelson H Pollock R Barber N Bramard SAXOPHONES Rowl P Mortenson D Powers M Maron" J Davis G Wxlson' Row 2 G Casey T Srrassmaenr D Smxth 4 l -rf .' .. ,. ,. ,- 1- r' 5 . E . , . . ,,x I. pf x' 1' xv,. . 1 . - -4 4 .. ,. y- y- -- ,. , :. ,. ,. ,. ,. . :. ,. ,. . DXIXCT BXIXD fx Cl x one xx eleomed the 1nnour1cement BAND LIAJORETTES tlmt the Dmce Blnd xx ould plus for 1 noon Cenicr P Peterson dmee AfICl 110111113 the s1me records day Lp 1 fo H351 J Eureka, J Schweppe E Reed '!flCl du the Dmce B1nd 111th tl1e1r won Clerful IUUSIL YK IS 1e1lly 1 treat Row I P Peterson G W1lson L Gubrud J Blue J Dav1s S Par menter K Gubrud Row 2 D Meek D Barnharc M Pallett D Mesklmen S Oswald T4 7, .'.J! .Y-, 11- t .,, ' v . ,. . 1 - - -hw V f'. . . . - .. ,. ,. .. , - . 1, . . -,A..,L I :. ,. ,. ,. ,. ,.- ,. . :. ,. ,. ,. ,. . ORCHESTRA As you could no doubt tell when you came near the band room and heard the strained sounds of music, that it was mere- ly the orchestra practicing diligently on omc classic rendition. However, when they ere called upon to perform, they always time through with flying colors. Prac- ticing for competition in the district and tate contests was a full-time job, but again the orchestra won honors. Row 1: L. Drake, O. Crumroy, O. Dau, B. Bostick. Row 2: M. Martin, S. Oswald, J. Schweppe, M. McDonald. Row 3: R. Spicer, K. Williams, B. Vimont. Row 4: P. Taylor, A. McKinney, S. Hagan, L. Her- shiser, J. Finlayson, Mr. Tweedie. PN Q .R rv'- OTTO CRUMROY JUNIOR SYMPHONY The all-star musicians of Eugene and its surrounding area gathered weekly to practice for their many concerts. Some of the E,H.S. Band members and the Orchestra participated in the junior Symphony, under the direction of Mr. Miller. R XDIO Ont of the idditions to the Speeth ind Drimi Dtplrtn ent this yur vu IS tht Rldio Cliss New equipment fl eilitittd the hroldtlsting of sehool nun our KRVN1 While students in 1 new phist of sthool lift B Roberts D Goode Richards D Link P Jeske F Fortt P Paterson, B Patterson, M johnson, G Brovsn,j Ixopp I' Reed HANDBOOK For those dos and don ts for thlt hovs xx hen 1nd where the students of E I-I S consulted the Handbook jo Kopp s staff worked during the summer months to have it ready for the year of Sl 52 JO KOPP 1 L 1 ' . 1' '. "1 'Q , , ' .. Y, , , ' , ,- .' ' , , , , . ' , A . I YL' 'x A ' . x K gained experience, they began history ' -- ' 1 J- ' , - ' . i , , ', ' . x . . . , - , , 1 ANNA MAE BARTON EUGENEAN When school started, the Eugenean sta f got busy sellmv ads, vsuung cops, and tslung pxctures Pre parmg the copy, mountmg PICIUICS, and thmkmg up clever captlons rn order to ben the deadhne, were the mam oblectnes The staff had to push a few EHS News slaves out of the vmy now and then, but vse nmnnged to hold our ovsn long enough to complete tl1lS record of 1 memomblc school year fr ll I Sxermun R Rc ern D B er C Xrneeu C Calder Atwood A Barton B Miner E Hamrlton C Lounsburx A Thmgxall R Toner lx Dahlbcrb Lrfl lo rlghf R Toner M Atwood R Redfern C Calder B Nlaner C Lounsbury E Hamxlton Ad staff Just made fxrst thousand ' Lrfl 1 "gb: D. .l . , . fdf- , . ark , . " 'I , , d',,, Y l V. ' QF if 9' gif 5 4 D Y.. . .Y K . . . - . . . Y 1 1 A . , . A ' , . , . h . DICK BRONAUGH E H S NEWS STAFI' The capable newshounds headed by Dick Bronaugh and Bob Patterson composed the E H S News in S1 S2 The reporters covered their beats and occa sionally met their deadlines Traffic was halt ed and all were breathless until the papers ar rived in the hands of the students il BOB PATTERSON B Nelson viorkmg on his article Grinding the Axe Row I: Rau' 2: Row 3: Row 4: Standing: Cnrmickle, A. Erickson, D. Blegen, XV. Callaway. Yohe, D. Parish, Gustafson, B. Beadlc. Nelson, P. Hurgcr, W. Garrett, Miss Gibson. Weinstein, D. jcnsen. Patterson, D. Bronaugh. OFFICE b FAFF n ls from the OfflLC trummg cl1sses may be seen lbout the IJUIICIIIIQ vsmrmg their f1 mlllu blue md white nbbons These gurls rtmlu ln mdnspenslble serxlu. to the scllool b lllxlllig lneselgu mal KILIINLIIIIQ them, Lol ICLUI15, 1lICI1iIll1Ll. sllps and mrrung out otlul IIIISLLIIIDCOLIS duties of the offxee staff zu 2 H nes I5 radvay S Lummms Br Ulu I t Cusmman C XX lI'Il rs I btenslmcl D Tye A Iinsstll I ot son Il 3 D ber I fmzn M u ln XX om xt IIBRXRH Sl XII Loolx Ill tht tual LIIIIOQUL 0 upon LIIKIS untnl fums lrt pud serxe shtlf tllesc lrr. 111 fanullar LKPFCSSIOHS xx h1el1 trc lmelrd IU the I1 bran Ou: references md books 'ure kept m OILILI' by the Cfl'-ILICDI library staff Slumlmg Mrs Hjcltc, Mass Lccgc Row I M btcvcns, I'l Rune, M Ixnnqman, B Hang Kow 2 L Cameron, D Iurner, C, Russell, D Seeger, S Conant Row 3 M Snmmons, L Blakely, H Lettau, A Haldorson, M Grams, S Haas y 1" K H14 K t - it, 3 Ron' 1: Mrs. Brandon, Mrs. Gillette, Al. Lilley, Il. Ilmmmn, Ii. Snuen. Rr I' : . Holr ', . II ', I , M, o 3, 5, Calely, I., I l , Q. 'V C , 1'-. ,. '-,.",..,l-l. Ru' : . See" , 1. Cur . , . Nels n, L. Ii' g. Ii. " gk. 'I 'Il' xLlK'N'...I'I " ' 'Q Q A "3 ' LA ...FC- Rnu' 1: Vice-President, lf. Culbertson, Secretary, B. Patterson, President, S. McNutt. Rau' 2: D. Peterson, D. Hibbard, L. Gubrucl, j. Gilbert, D. Doty, D. Russell, H. Cash, G. Lowrance, C. Emrick. Rau' 3: C. Warrmer, P. Van Rysselberghe, VV. Maxwell, D. Smith, D. Barnhart, D. Hodgkinson, Hill, I.. Blue, McGinty. Rou' 4: M. Atwood, B. Maier, T. Weinstein, D. Rankin, G. Brown, R. Collins, D. Bronaugh, E. Pappel, E. Hamilton, D.. Newton, J. Blue HI-Y Hardworking Hi-Y members sell programs at football games, sponsor the P.A. system at the basketball games, put on a Father-Son X banquet and treat mothers to a Mothers' Day Breakfast. Punchy calls the play. 132' f . 'ss' - y.,s,,-.Q ,-we i 33 I gi .I .8 . f..!-- LEROY HERSHISER ANN THINCVALL Rau' Ron' Rau' Ron' Ron' Rau' 1: If. Madsen, Vice-President, L. Hershiser, President. 2: R. Kuykendnll, D, Rider, D. Kut7, S. Long, M. Swain, S. Hugus, S. Wfalker. 3: J. Evans, R. Swaggart. Gustafson, G. Kansa, P. Boyles, I.. Cushman, G. Doud, D. Coker. 4: R. Barber, D. jackson, M. Carson, A. Bissell, R. W'allter, RI. Hoppe, A. Wfiedrich, A. Mcliinney, S. Hagan. 5: P. Soutlmrd, P. Drew, S. I.it7, A. Barton, C. Endicott, Il. Caddy, l.. King, M. Ifickmeyer, F. Barker. 6: T, james, O. Crumrov, C. Wicdrich, B. Vimont, H. Powers, D. Powers, j. Fuller, D. XVoolley, J. Haldorson, L. McCread'y. Everyone is AMBASSADORS invited to belong to the Ambassadors, a club organized to promote Christian fellowship and Christian ideals. It does not represent one certain church, but is inter- denominational. Seventeen different churches were repre- sented this year. The meetings, every Thursday noon, were highlighted by visits from persons of varied talents. COMMERCIAL CLUB The Commercial Club is an organization of students who are interested in different types of clerical work. They have their regular business meetings along with the meetings where there are guest speakers representing the work in the business world. QS QL JK K 'Q . e Row Rozu Row Raw 1: M. Johnson, P. McV:iy, R. Kuykendall, B. Weber, J. Lilley, R. Wilson, L. Carmickle, H. Donovan. 2: A. Fish, S. Shreeve, J. Potter, P. Napier, P. Kelly, R. Coakes, D. Burns, C. Winter, L. Fox. 3: M. Fulton, P. 1Wcakley, D. Klaus, P. -Ieske, N. Pitman, B, Kennedy, J. Schreiner, D. Gragg, A. Thingvall. 43 Kopp, P. Kuhnhenn, D. Caddy, B. Caddy, L. King, A. Bi5SCll, A- 531190, M- Goods- 1 1 i- f all x X P President, CHRIS SIEFKE Vice-President becretary HELEN McCALLISTER PAT WEAKLEY GIRLS' LEAGUE l'ALL CABINET , , , I ' Roux 1: N. Pitman, B. Bailey, H. McCallister, M.AL. McCallister, S. Yohe, The Girls League is composed of all the girls in the school. They P. Kelly, D. Miller, D. Parish, M. Swain.R0w 21 M. Iohnson, P. Weakley, k h ' wor toget er on community projects, school projects, have parties of M' Fulton- C- Siefkei D' Chambefsf P' Jeske' M' L' Teag"e'R' K"yke"d'll their own, and help teachers. Their main project is to make all girls friends and give them a feeling of belonging. SPRING CABINET Row 1: C. Siefke, P. Rogers, P. Lambie, M. Goode, S. Rhoads, H. Jordan- ger, C. Vincent, N. Liddle, D. Parish. Sfumflrzg: K. Bacon, S. Deck, B Anderson lf! jf! S r A . 1 Treasurer DOROTHY CHAMBERS CHARLENE COBURN Treasurer JL din if- GIRLS' l.lfAGL'l2 CUUACLIL Ron' 1: B. W'ebcr, M. johnson, C. Siefke, ll. MeCallister, P. Wcaklcy', D. Chambers, M. Goins, M. Swain. Rau' 2: R. Kuyltendall, B. Revell, Ii. Gustafson. M. Teague, J. Davis, XV. Slayton, A, Newman. Rau' 3: I.. wvllCClCf, B. Bailey, D. Parish, M. Campbell, M. Vaaler, G. Lupuson, P. Kelly, N. Pitman. Ron' 4: M. Brooks, J. Arneson, C. Iioskctt, C. Lounsbury, j. Marshall, G. Bcvard, D. Miller, M. Leonard, C. Peterson snr, Ve . Q V- sf '35 L gs s Af' 'if' G' r-G P -4 1- Q- - Wav "' ' 7 F Z X Wh- TEACHERS' HELPIERS' Row 1: L. Blakley, S. Shaffer, S. Rhoads, Gates, M. Follett, Puscas, M. Tyler, N. Brainard, M. ,Goins. Row 2: A. Fish, P. Allen, M. johnson, C. Snoolt, D. Gragg, D. Parish, E. Davenport, Cocklin, S. Deck. R01lf' 3: W. Cross, P. Weakley, D. Sutton, K. Johns, C. Vincent, D. Klaus, N. Lidclle, M. Gross, B. Rupplc. Row 4: B. Roberts, G. Russell, N. Pitman, N. Burt, P. Jeske, B. Kennedy, J. Marker, C. Faris, A. Kihn, J. Burelter. Row 5: C. Lounsbury, O. Dau, K. Powell, H. jordanger, M. Goode, S. Pitcher, D. Chambers, J. Mudgett, R. Bennett, B. Ranes, C. Calder. I CORONATION O15 QUHQN BARBARA I Doty, Prxncess Mary Lou Glass, Sludcnt Body Pryknt B. lxjnnkson. C. Ckfbbagc, Qu' 5 Barbara Baxlcy, Smith, Princcss Sue Noslcr. 03 'V X 17 Ur W X Nl 3' flvq 0 rr 99 JP ' Ae s"' af t. +i,.,- QQ ff'j.3fN,fLj,, fa' WWA A 'ff 0 vw ll 91,-r-P ol -lf 0 co 3 Q 19 0391 wbf, on N dab! K IS vavnaff. A ' 0 xvlf, 79 ,uf W OUE N OF HEARTS COMAHTTEE M- O'-lim. 5. Dunning, S. Hargreaves, G. Bcvard. GOLD PIN WINNERS Row l: Potter, A. Starkwcatltcr, B. Roberts, -I. Gustafson, ll. Hoppe. Row well, D. Klaus, Il. Recd, S. Row Row 3: R. Toner, D. Sutton, B. Kennedy. Row 4: D. Parixlt, M. Vaalcr, P. Allen. PRINT AND CORD COMMITTEE Stenshocl, K. Barnes, D. Klaus, D. Sutton, N. Dodge, C. Arncson, M. Mortcnson, G. Endicott. Vlce-Presldent XS MERLE ATWOOD President, JDE RICHARDS AXEMEN'S COUNCIL The Axemen's Council represents all the boys in the school. It is the group that gets everyone acquainted by sponsoring special activities during Hello XVeek. We have the Axemenls Council to thank for getting out the Axe-handles, and also for seeing that we have noon dances. Secretary-Treasurer OTTO CRUMROY M. Atwood selling Axe Handles ,-,-.- Noon Entertainment Chm EDDIE RUPPLE Row 1: O. Crumroy, Secretary, J. Richards, Presidentg M. Atwood, Vice-President. Row 2: L. Nelson, T. Foust, B. Beatty, T. james, B. Ettlich, D. Chapman. Row 3: D. Myers, D. Hodgkinsqn, B. Morgan, J. Meyers, D. Cass, J. Blue, C. Hoeflein. Row 4: 1. Newsom, R. Medcl, Du. Rankin, Dw. Rankin, S. McNnutt, J. Burgett, H. Edwards. Row 5: J. Blinkhorn, C. Wical, P. Kellis, J. Erdman, A. Romig, T. Weinstein, B. Hostick, N. McCabe. b ' ,,p:,g-nj " Q avg ,Q , 1, ' in x -Q , " 5' x 1 - 1 1' M' X 5 p X-Q Q ' -p -'S-'eu at ig h L A nip ,A popular Noon Dance n 'Q--f, ,' W., 4 .-,.. A4 -X E 9 X Y :IQ Am is f"-r n' . if Be Up Clean Up Committee GWEN ENDICOT'l 1 K . A Q . 4 . it eskpag. . . Q ee. Row 1: Clark, H. Schurcman, B. Radcliff, B. Bingham. Run' 2: D. Oyaas, xl. Fordham, G, Hansen. Ron' 3: Olson, D. De Vries, R. Toner, Gustafson, A. Erickson.Rrm' 4: G. Hunger, S. McLean, S. Hargreaves, N. Babb, President B. Hostick. THESPIANS After many gruelling rehearsals, the Thespians managed to put on one of the best assemblies of the year with their three-act play. This year's play was "Shoot the XY'orks". The formal initiation banquet is a high point of the Thespians' year. Shirley and Donna practicing makeup BOB HOSTICK CECIL CANTWELL SALL CALKINS 70 Q 'ir Siliing: T. Foust, C. Cantwell, B. Gilbertson, F. Scott. Standing: j. Nesbitt, H. Rankin, K. Schoolcy. CHESS CLUB , Your move N ,, your move , ,,,,,, , ,,,,,,,. ..,,.,,7,,7,7,7,,,7,,7,77,,777,,,77,,,7,, m y move? Members of the Chess Club "wage their wars" at noon with the guidance of Mr. Kerns, their advisor. LH CERCLE FRA NCA IS Le Ccrcle Frangiiis, quoique pcu nombreux, n ete un des clubs les plus actifs dc notre ecole, E.H.S. Cc club it donne une nsscmblee, aide par les clubs l.1tins ct cspxgnols, et a dejfl fait des projets pour soigner unc orphcline frsmgais. A leurs reunions les membres ont benucoup :xppris au sujet de la France de ln part cle conferenciers et dc films. iii.-irpipilcfs. iilIS2fs.ii1i55a,Q C ' ' ' " C H H' Row 1: A. Starkwcnthcr, P. Allcn, C. Martin, D. Sutton, D. Parish, A. Huron, M. Swain. Row Z: I. Kudriacvcr, M. Nelson, -I. Teague, G. llungcr, -I. Hoppe. Al. lnpuson, S. Slirccvc, Row 5: D. Allen, M. Vaalcr, T. Kudriacver, lf. Porn, D. Miller, P. Kulinlicnn, C. Sicfkc, Mr. Daggcir. INTER NOS Sententia nostra brcvis est: laborare, ludcre atque alios quam maxime iuvarc. EL CIRCIILO ESPANOL El Circulo Espanol tiene una tertulia para celebrar cada fiesta especial. Para la Navidad habia una pinata que fue rota por Jim Burgett. Los dulces buenos fueron hechos por Barbara Hayden y por Carol Lounsbury. ,... 'wc AA f,, Run' I: M. Ferguson, D Mortcnson, B. Hayden, D. Tye, S. Wfright, J. Potter, M. Brooks. Run' 2: Miss Vfest, P. Harger, B. Bailey, A. Erickson, P. -leske, Lilley, P. Lopuson, P. Patterson. Rau' 3: C. Lcunsbury, D. Krogstad, M. Fulton. il. Kopp, B. Kennedy, E. Xvomack, M. Loughary, G. Russell. Run 4: B. Burgett, Y. McCabe, J. Burgett, B. Maier, B. Gilbcrtson, J. Fordham, B. Patterson, D, Thompson. DIXIE SUTTON JANET LOPUSON PHIL CASS Row l: M. Quam, A. Stockman, D. Renfro, M. I.. Glass, VV. Slayton, S. Calkins, C. Calder. Rou' 2: I. Carmickle, C. Foskett, B. Herrman, D. jepsen, K. Dahlberg, A. Ifricltson, D. Klaus, G. Bevard. Row 3 P. Cass, H. Sonovan, S. Conant, D. Miller, P. Patterson, D. Blegen, C. Sicflte. Rau' 4: S. Pitcher, il. Blain M. Nelson, B. Fortt, C. Snooks, N. Pitman, S. Ilugus, RI. Hoppe. Rau' S: VI. Merker, xl. Lopuson, C Hurd, H. Jordanger. D. Barker, M. Tyler, M. Swain, D. Allen. Rau' 6: A .Nelson, P. Kuhnhenn, D Parish, M. Brooks, K. Peterson, A. Knight, M. Groves, K. Powell, ,I. Beacon, P. Peterson. Rou' 7: D Bronaugh, C. Emrick, N. McCabe, P. Van Rysselbergh, B. Nelson. l.R.L. members participate in XVeyerhaeuser's "Youth Viewr the News." I. R. L. For the International Relation's League there is always an interesting meeting. More than sixty students pack themselves into a private home at least once a month to listen to a speaker or sec a movie. They take active part in the foreign relations and state I.R.L. conferences. Rou' l: T. Leonard, Erdmann, E. Pappel. Rau' 2: L. Huffman, N. McCabe, M, Martin A Manseth Nlr Burch Row 3: J. Blue, D. Dudley, F. Scelye, B. Bingham D Williams W Roberts Row 4: D. Bronaugh, E. Dyer, -I. Patton, R ones D Neeley D Smith RIFLE CLUB If you have ever passed the school on Thursday nights, you have undoubtedly felt the ground under your feet tremble and seen the building shake. After a shakeup or two, you realize that it is only the Rifle Club shooting for a bul1's-eye . . . or a pie. The Science Club members are mt rested in hovs things keep "ticking" in this old world of ours The club sponsors out side speakers, fitld trips demonstrations and movies con cerned with many fields of scienee JC CQ JS at Rau I: D. Hellesvig, H. jeske, A. Allen, S. Corp, P Rogers A Smith j Svuanger C Miller Rau' Z: B. I.awson, D. Cass, R. DeBar, C. Wiedrich A 'Nelson G Russell O Dau Rau' 5: J. Newsom, B. Brown, NV. Maxwell, D. Collins N1 Hoppe lx Young P Morgan Nlr Diebel Rau' 4: Mrs. Robertson, Mr. Kienzle, D. Peterson I. Eklund P Kilgcr v- - ------Yr' X --eq-v--u-Tv-an ...-.Q.., -. ' ze. Q, - oo: .... -- .- f aw. Y' so Row 1: M. Wficnl, -I. Hoppe, Vice-Presidentg P. Allen, Prcsidcntg D. Vfoolley, Secretary-Treasurerg D. Skorpen, K. Thurston, D. Burns. Rau' 2: S. Rhoads, H. jordnnger, M. Lyons, T. Richter, A. Knigh. C. Winters, R. Coakes, B. Pitcher. Ron' 3: I.. Huffman, N. Burt, D. Peake, P. Patterson, Lopuson, P. Kuhnhenn, D. Gassman, P. Peterson, G. Russell. Row 4: R. Ingram, C. Wfiedrich, A. Thingvall, M. Leonard, A. Sallee, B. Poage, S. Pitcher, C. Peterson. Rau' S: S. Buck, O. Crumroy, A. Nelson, Iwi. Martin, M. Eicl-tmeyer, C. Drury, P. Craft. PEGGY ALLEN SERVICE CLUB The members of the Service Club take and sell tickets at the games, Q collect money for the Red Cross, and assist other clubs when they need help with some activity. The club gave a party at Christmas time for the underprivileged children. Hanging Nick in the center hall Donn' uk-ns Bobs las' wc 6' Roux l: Secretary M. Model, Vice-President J. Erdmann, President Al Romig. Row 2: J. Burgett, H. Hudspeth, G. Smith, B Radcliff, D. Dudley, B. McHenry. Ruu' 3: j. George, R. Mcskimen, C. Horstrup, D. Hunter, R. Oglesby, P. Webster. Row 4 IJ. Rankin, R. Smith, B. llinkson, WI. Nichols, T. Bowen, C. Hoeflcin, E. Rupple. Row S: D. Smith, B. McGeorge, J. Messlcr B. Luxford, T. Whsinstein, D. jcnsen, B. Laing, B. XVatson, C. Cubbage, Hcnltle, Young. V ROMIG The top athletes who make a varsity letter and lead our school to glory through sports are eligible to become members of the "EU Club. They are also the boys who will keep our "E" on Skinner's Butte paint- ed, enforce the school conduct rules and see that no "sports" take place in the halls. lXllJ' X ME" CLUB 4' A hp --EH Club noon me,-,tmg A noon intramural game Row Row Row Row Row Staff x ELFREDA CURFMAN CRAIG THURSTON . J. CT- as 26 -3' I 3.5.5- 1 B. Anderson, Teague, S. Shaffer, D. Link, M. Dirimple, C. Miller, L. Wheeler. : S. Calkins, N. Dodge, S. Parmenter, M. Readen, S. Dunning, K. Thurston, T. Lambert. : C. White, B. Bailey, D. Jepsen, G. Eisenhardt, j. Beacon, J. Sorenson, T. Reid. Arncson, C. Arneson, G. Christensen, D. Legan, R. Cuthbert, C. Thurston, J. Landes. : D. Williams, I. Newsom, D. Myrand, A. Romig, P. Van Rysselbcrghe, C. Honey, R. Meskimcn, L SKI CLUB Red noses, blue lips, and sparkling eyes are the results of an exciting day on skiis. Students who like the smell of crisp air, and the feel of powdered snow under their skiis as they make those long parallel turns down the side of a mountain, join the Ski Club, and are usually found at some ski area each weekend. F. H. A. The Future Homemakers of America have potlucks and teas during the year . . . the refreshments made by the girls themselves. At the valentine booth sponsored in February students purchased corsages for their fellow or girl. 'U President IZ. Curfman, L. Reid, E. Metcalf, G. Aird, A. Allen, P. Hill, N. Ferguson, J. Cameron, G. Renken, I.. Cushman, Woodford, R. Wicks, L. Richmond, L. King, B. Caddy, H. Reece, Mrs. Wormington. .-.-..... Rnu' 1: R. Crabb, N. Haas, J. Shrcck, D. Moss, G. Guthrie, G. Rossow, R. Ronbold, B. Robison. Rau Z: j. Drew. V. Chalbcrg, K. Babcock, -I. Thramcr, B. Admirc, S. Hill, If. Loy, R. Hackett. Run' 3: A, Grislis. AI. Admirc, K. Griffith, I.. Ilagg, Ii. Dcnly, C. Sylvester, J. King. Run' 4: G. Smith, Ii. Hinkwn. VI, Griffith, IJ. 'I'.ill.mt, B. Young, G. Whrrcn, W. McCarty. F. F. A. The season starts out with the excitement of judg- ing at the fairs-eight county fairs, then the State Fair, and finally the Pacific International Livestock Ex- position. The year, filled with such goings-on as pie socials and achievement nights, was climaxed by the banquet. he V iifcfbx Q , 'W is Rickard Hackett and his entry at the County Fair 24' SN X 3 CARY SMITH wal' 6 Q? -E' v . C 5 i- 4 U ,, 5 .1 ' .Q ,Q li 3 p I Lia! iriyijkk f Row man, Rau. Rau' Row Row lz T. Mcfieorge, B. Caddy, Secretary, C. Jones, Presidentg Woodford, Historian, R. Vficks, Vice-President, E. Curi- Treasurerg L. Siltner. 2: D. Tatum, M. Ferguson, D. w7l'1CCl6f, M. Readen, H. Donovan, S. Nestell. 3: M. Copingcr, K. Rasmussen, B. McGee, D. jordan, P. Pierson, R. Olson, C. Reif. 4: S. Barnum, A. W'right, L. Richmond, V. Renken, L. King, J. Shreiner, B. Renken. S: D. Caddy, B. Fenlcy, B. Cliartier, B. Mart, H. Reece, D. Panther, D. Gassman. CAROL JONES . 5 I, I cr liia ' r im if iii ,J JI! I -J,-, 1' uf -I . wp s ,vff If i X , . . I 'V it-to T 1 .-Vt . . 1 x . M 'wiv' MAJORETTES S. Hulse, R. NVicks, I.. joelson, B. Fenlcy, I., King, S. Barnum. "Goal Post Gallop" Dance WAXETTES If you have seen girls swinging purple and white pom-poms in the breeze of the Civic Stadium, or in the smoke of the "Igloo,H you have seen the Axettes performing their marches. The Axettes sponsored a dance, "Goal Post Gallop," honoring the football team. R014 Rou, Rflll A.S Rau C. R011 ' 1: S. Rhoads, Treasurer, P. McVay, Secretary: C. Martin, President: J. Mudgett, Vice-President, S. Hugus, Historian. '2:J. mitli. '4: A. Calder. ' 5: Lounsbury. Garmire. A, Davis. L. Brooks. I.. Carrnickle. M. Quam, J. Schweppe, E. Towlcrton. M. Brooks. S. Hargreaves, M, Nelson. Kimberling, B. Lamberson. G. Bates, D. NY'heeler. D. Vlasak. G. Aircl, R. Bennie. G. Hunger, S. Deck, A. Kilin, D. NlcCallister Barber, A. Allen, B, Laaksonen, B. Hanson. D. DeVries, S.N1cLean, B. Revell, Bureker, B. Hoogstad, J. Nlathews, P. Brown Cocklin, D. Barker, D. Ziniker, V. Lee, P. Kuhnhenn, Lopuson, Blain, C. LaCrosse, Swinger, D. Peake, C. Faris. C Rau' 6: P. Craft, M. May, S. Johnson, P. Pierson, Ni. Goode, M. Leonard, G. Lopuson, M. Borup. M. Vaaler, D. Blegcn, P. Boyles. Row 7: Miss DeVos, M. Mills, Ruff, A. Holgnre, S. Nelson, O. Dau. G Eisenhardt, S. Conant, I.. Fox, T. McKenzie, H. -Iordanger, CHARLOTTE MARTIN A game of basketball after school A beautiful spike! G.A.A. Remember the fun at initiation-the thrill of get- ting awards for the sports-soccer, volleyball, bas- ketball, tennis and badminton? And don't forget the good times at the monthly potlucks. A lm, 0 Xt 1 W 4,g fl 'f if. GAYLORD BROWN EARLE CULBERTSON HOWARD SCHUREMAN RALLY SQUAD When we go to the games and see our yell leaders and Rally Squad we think how lucky they are. Yes, it is an honor, but we don't realize the work and practice they go through before we ever see them at the games. They begin their practices about one and one-half months before school even starts. They have to control the whole student turnout at the games by having them yell only at certain times and by trying to keep all yelling and actions on a cour- teous basis. We all know that is really a job! Here are Earle's words: "Though it's a lot of fun it's a darn lot of work." BARBARA KENNEDY JEANNIE POTTER BARBARA ROBER QP ... 42132: E JO KOPP Row I: S. Hargreaves, Vice-President, M. L. Teague, Secretary, D. Tye, Treasurer. Row 2: M. Loughary, Lilley, S. Cummins, J. Potter, M. Johnson, S. Vfriglit, B. Kennedy, B. Roberts, P. McVay. M. Follett, P. Kelly D. Klaus, li. Reed, M, Swain, A. Starkweather, D. Robbins. Run' I: P. Jeske, IS. Herrman, K. Snoen, M. Ifpple, M. Fulton, A. Fish, P. Weakley, D. Stenslioel, XV. Cross, S. Slirceve, 17. Sutton, NI "' Lintler A. Wrfiglll, L. Carter, P. Napier, M. Brooks, Hutchinson. Run' 4: C. Siefke, P. Allen, 17. Uragg, S. Calkins, N. Pitman, C. Arneson, B. Fortt, C. Snook, J. Lopuson, U. Parish, C. Martin, S. Nmler IS. R.ines, Ci. Hunger, S. Rlioatls. A Kon' 5: N. Babb. J. Olson, J. Hoppe, N. Dodge, S. Tykewn, J. Conklin, ll. Hiller. P. Kulinlienn, U. Patterson, R. Coakes 5, K. Seymour, M. Gross, S. NlcLe.in, B. Rupple, K. Shreeve, M. Glass. Ron' 6: J. Heany, S. Fox, K. Barnes. J. Muclgett, S. Shaffer, M. Campbell, S. Deek, C. XVinter, J. Arneson, D, Jepson, M. Vaaler, N Fassett, Becker, D. Tarpening, G. Eisenliardt, Rnu' 7: B. Barker, P. Walker, M. Dixon, T. McKenzie, A. Kilin, Blain, H. NIcCallister, B. Nelson, G. Endicott, C. Vincent, G. Lopuson D. Chambers, J. Bureker, B. Revell, M. Mortenson, J. Beacon. PEP CLUB The fellas on the team use their physical strength to win a game, and the students use their screaming voices and peppy spirits to urge them on. A group of girls who make it their business to attend all games possible are organized into the Pep Club. The boys get at least one decent meal a year if they attend one of the annual sports banquets which the Pep Club sponsors. Battling the Uni tide? No, MUD! SUE ROSS ROBERTA TONER SHERILL WRIGHT - N Q7 if :E N 9'-4f ' fs in f .s NJ, K E 1 5 5 Q , E is Q if 1, Q Q 3 E if ,E 5 9? U ' Q wx Q an ., T 4' dw fx if " wk i hi ? , M A S X 5 FUCTBALL Co ordmatmg a young group of sophomores and jumors w1th the few returmng lettermen Coach Hank Nxlsen led the 1951 Axemen footballers to another outstandmg season Sophomore Quarterback jack Henkel proved a real fmd pacmg the team wlth hns passmg and fleld generalshxp The team must be congratulated on a season of top fl1ght football The Eugene Axemen started the season by bemg soundly beaten by the Black Tor nadoes of Medford Eugene drew flrst blood but Medford scored 1n every quarter of the game swampxng the Axemen 34 to 6 The next game saw a sp1r1ted Axemen team bounce back from defeat to whlp the Sprmgfleld Mxllers 27 to 20 1n a hlgh scormg hard fought game Th1s started off a four game w1nn1ng streak ln whxch Cottage Grove fell 20 to 0 Klamath Falls succumbed 20 to 12 and Corvallls was blanked 20 to 0 Then came the upset of the season m whxch the sp1r1ted Albany Bulldogs rated underdogs gave the Axemen a stunmng defeat to the tune of 12 to 6 Thxs set the stage for the best game of the season The team traveled to Marshf1eld the team whlch a Nllsen coached team had never beaten The game started as had been doped out The f1rst tlme Marshf1eld got the ball they marched 72 yards to a TD Then to the surprlse of everyone Eugene went ahead 13 7 scormg touchdowns 1n the second and thxrd per1ods Marshf1eld came rrght back to seemmgly xce the game W1th a TD and a P A T to lead 14 13 Late 1n the fourth quarter Don Sm1th recovered a fumble on the M3fShf1Cld 21 yard lme Four plays later Wncks carrled the PlgSk1I1 over to Wm the game 19 14 Salem was our next v1ct1m who fell 21 13 The last game of the season was agalnst our arch r1val Um H1 The whole week before was sunny but Fr1day mormng lt started ra1n1ng and d1dn t let up all day or throughout the whole game The two teams fought to a scoreless deadlock Th1s ended the season for the Axemen who had comp1led an envxable record of 6 wms 2 losses and 1 t1e s ' 9 . 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Another aerial touchdown from Henkel to Smith against Cottage Grove. jerry Qfleaj Wicks skirts right and for yardage against Klamath Falls. Arden Christensen Halfback lugcnc Spud l1'lL!'Li'l3lll lcrrv Wicks oulruna a Sivriiigfield Miller - 4 1 l Don Dudley Bud Hinkson Bob McHenry Guard Halfback Fullback I kcl bootlegs ,xgaxnsr Cottage brove. Roland Medel Don Smith Jerry Wicks Tackle End Halfback I 4 I The generals of :lic "Little Civil War" send out instructions for the team with Bill McGeorge. Rankin, Webster, and an unidentified Eugene player combine forces to stop a Pelican. Winston Maxwell Center Jack Henkle Quarterback Watson goes down after gaining a first down against Cor' Jensen and Henkel pave thc way for Radcliff against Cottage Grove . Tiff. . iflifiigi. U W Dave. '. 599, To ated af I-casvl-.1171 '4Bsh5 hifi' '75 lcfvb 0-aclfl Q51-4-f-4 nrt! 51 149 ,lifb - I folyf Row 1: R. Hill, D. Ainge, L. Martin, F. Hammerquist, D. Russell, R. Pierson, V. Christensen, G. Hansen, R. Edmiston, George. Row 2: Coach C. Warner, T. Bowen, M. Waterman, H. Goddard, MCGinty, R. Romig, R. Kinnaman, R. Hall, J. jones, G. Hemphill, C. Thurston, A. Christensen. Row 3: G. Clark, R. Chapman, N. Maxwell, Bell, Kessling, G. Stott, K. Edwards, B. W'ilkinson, D. Ottosen, D. Hodgkinson, L. McCay, Manager R. Person. unior Varsity Coach Hank Nilsen started the season at Eugene igh with the third assistant coach in as many years. loyd Amick joined the coaching staff with nine ears of coaching experience behind him. The stu- ent coach for the season Was Dave Gibson from he U. of O. These three were responsible for the terrific football season we enjoyed. Sarting the sea- on with only threeereturning lettermen, the coaches haped and molded a group of juniors and sopho- ores into a very potent aggregation. Mr. Warner nd Mr. Kerns coached the Junior Varsity. j N lxxi Managers, Bob Luxford and Carl Horstrup, await the flying helmets as the team enters the dressing room after the game. yt W 53755 ALL 20 K T e ugene Axemen en red the basketball season W1th only three ret rnmg l apta1n jerry Messler Al Rom1g and Hank dsIfEth uchera was called upon to mold these three t ee 1 n1or and fx e sophomores 1nto the potent aggrega t on that gave u a eason o 1 S Wms and 7 losses Wxthout any one s1ngle star e me ers were called upon to do then' share Jerry Messl and Hank H eth Were the senlor ma1nstays The f1VC sophomores developed rap1dly to become the sparkplugs of the team The season began W1th an easy w1n over St Francls then a trade W1th Bend and another Wm over St Francls Thls set the stage for the fluke of the season Corvallls beat the Axemen W1th a last second desperat1on shot 37 36 Next came the only game Kuch was sure We would w1n agamst North Bend We lost Next came what was supposed to be a sure loss aga1nst Marshfleld We Won After Marshfxeld came four stra1ght W1ns Un1 Juncuon Cnty Albany and Cottage Grove The next game aga1nst h1ghly touted Salem Went mto an overt1me Where we fmally lost by two pomts Thls brought about another four game w1nn1ng streak 1n clud1ng Wlllamette Corvallls Spr1ngf1eld and Un1. At th1s point a flu ep1dem1c struck the team causlng us to lose to Junct1on City. A close Wm over Cottage Grove, a forfe1t by Wlllamette, losses to Salem and Sprmgfxeld, and a w1n over Albany brought us to the end of a very successful season. Z it pl. K1 l , K Nyc! ,fig T l 0 . 'J v cf X il , . ff l T. I l ll C My X ,C XXL C I 4 ,Q , , 'A O 5 le Lf lf cf' a A I V, VA N l , B F l l y cf T . . K. f A y en , , l ii y. o c I i 9 Q x i . . ' . ,, gy , I . A3 in Y... A 1 I 4 OPPONENTS St. Francis Bend Bend St. Francis Corvallis North Bend Marshfield Uni High Junction City Albany Cottage Grove 26 S0 62 40 37 59 38 41 38 60 37 E.H.S 50 66 59 58 36 43 44 48 42 69 45 J h G ge and a St. Francis player fight for a rebound. Salem Willamette Corvallis Springfield Uni High Junction City Cottage Grove Willamette Salem Springfield Albany 45 45 28 55 56 62 42 forfeit 57 45 S6 43 S5 37 65 S8 40 45 44 41 58 Gene Sfmt jack Henkel Hudspeth far out-jumps 3 St. Francis player Messler intently watches the game and enjoys a well deserved rest. Fists fly as Ainge and Schultz fight for a rebound The ball successfully eludes Ainge and a Willamette player while Romig moves in with clenched fist. in their attempt for control df it. Hank gives the boys a pep talk in the dressing room before Cthe Uni Hibh game. 45144111 KJ 7 ?..,eA4,a2-42 k9.,ufoCCJ,Z,cAA1J 6-444' -A405 A4200 M9 L WZ! A f AZZQW 1" Hank Hudspeth Kent .,, X 10 if 1' 'f J Hudspeth uses a well controlled hook against Stott is tripped up b a Corv ll' l y a 15 p ayer the junctxon City defense. in a fight for a free ball. O er 1' Y Messler Wendy Rasor Fists meet with faces in this mad scramble for a loose ball Stott goes down hard as he and a St. Francis player tie up the ball. 'J ohn George goes above the Bend defense to score for Eugene. Messler easily controls a rebouna as rnree ar. rrancns uaels look on George sits down after an unsuccessful attempt for the ball and runs into a Cottage Grove player. John George -IQ as 9 as Don Ainge D1 , 9 '1 , 5 Mr. Dedman enjoys the game with the help of a box of pop The camera catches jerry Messler in similar positions at two different games, against different opponents, with both shots successful 4 ,- YQ " , X 5' I ,W Al Romig Grant Geisler The lone Axeman is crushed by A1 Gubrud in a futile attempt for the ball. Hudspeth missed but Blackledge succeeds in knocking the ball out of Wil1amette's possession. Jerry Messler is fouled by a Corvallis Spartan Hips clash as Jerry Messler and a Willamette Wolverine but still makes the shot. fight for a rebound. The Rally Squad displays the school's enthusiasm before the game. Burright clobbers Hank as George moves in to assist. f.....f Tom Bowen Bruce Blackledge Mr. Violet shows his approval of a good play by mlm team. Ainge goes in for a layin as Gene Stott and jerry Mcsslcr watch eagerly. A picture of the stands after the Axemcn had beaten their Crosstown rivals, Uni High Rasor and Geisler combine forces to tie up a Willamette player Terry Smith cans two for the junior Varsity against Corvallis. Lindsay, R. Province, D. Smith. 1: Wxcks, B. Wicks, D. Dickey, G. Pomeroy, A. Hill, D. Rob- Row 2: Manager, B. Sibert, C. Ahre, D. Hickman, T. Smith, unior Varsity Hand in face, Ron Province goes in for a lay-in against Uni. 'E' .ss Coach Duane Mellem BASEBALL Axemen pitching corps of Gene Stott, jack Henkel, Dick Weaver, Rich argl Durchanek, 'and Coach Duane Mellem discusses the season's prospects with Chuck Stevenso Dave Hunter putting the shot ' .al . I' IX - Dick Jensen takes a hurdle in fine form. Row 1: E. Everett, J. Masson, R. Hackett. Row 2: R. Meskimen, G. Lowrance, D. Meakimen, L. Hershiser. Romig and Jim Erdman set the pace in a warmup lap in practice. PROSPECTIVE TRACK TEAM FOR '52: B. McGeorge, R. Kinnaman, D. Meskimen, C. Wiedrich, M. Nielson, M. Martin, D. Brown, A. Christensen, J. Young, B. Hinkson, R. Medel, L. Huffman, J. Erclmann, D. Jenson, D. Hunter, D. Rankin, D. Rankin, G. Brown, G. Warren, J. Wilcox A. Hoppe. J. Erdman, R. Meskimen, B. Shaddy, G. Lowrance R. Hackett, B. W'atson. Mgr. E. Hamilton, Coach Amick. Ron Meskimen our star miler. 'if - I if : ,- K.: ki Q, y 'Q ., 1 'S 5 1 7 ""' wk ' -M, f"""9'4'U3., 'A 'fri s' E, Y . A Af' 4 Y ,Q M .. 4 A Q . , W, . 0 :Q 1-fo ,,,,, , , ., .. , 'V 'H' " if: "ff K, E in f L Q E ij : wi ,, 1 3 fm asw- Qs -1 3' .5 -f i M - , iw is Q ,QS f f gk f .QA 3, F 1 Q ffwls ig ' : I - M 5 my JV 4.g,,v4. Q,.t': Q .... 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Q!-F, .Y l ,, I mx-" 'Y' 5 W 'Q Q yi? 15.33 -A-Q. jr Q up 5,13 px -ii ' 'far-s K ,..., jk -M1ff5gam.a5wfQwQf , M 0f .. . ,. 31. . ,, I . .k 4!.k U :fr MM, M Ms' Mx, W ,f1-w .:4vfwhf'- - M - I 441, 5 Q V ,, - 'Q ' 4 N" S , vf 5-'Q My V f f'!'lX?NW'W41f , E .4 - , - . QW I kg, E ,I f ..7..,X K ., V '.. qx J R ,f .I N W QOL' X X ff!! 5 .11 X Qf! .s . 64, 'X QU" "'5w5gT' S 'f x" r X: ,ff P .ef e 1 if M, 1.1 , 1' ff , f", f ' Waynenre Slayron and David Dory in the Sophomore Assembly skin. V S K John George 1 Gene Stott Karen Shreeve Mary Lou Glass SOPHOMORE COUNCIL George. Sophomore Class The class of '54 got right into the swing of high 50111-IQMQRE ASSEMBLY LQMM1TTEh school life in a hurry. Of course, the first few weeks were accompanied by the usual greenness, but it was Row 1 B Herrman K Shreeve Row 2 J George M Meyers From L Reed soon overcome by the unavoidable disease, Axemen- itis. These fresh sophomores soon became loyally de- voted to the Axe. They held an election to put their favorites in office as the class leaders. These officers were: John George, presidentg Gene Stott, vice-presi- dent, KarenvShreeve, secretaryg and Mary,Lou Glass, treasurer. The main activities of the year sponsored by the class have been: the talent-packed assembly, the party for incoming sophs, and collecting money for the March of Dimes. Working with the class have been the advisors, Mrs. Berreman and Mr. Goodnough. Row 1: A. Allen, C. Haun. Row 2: G. Wilson, N. Fassett B Herrman M Gl Row 3: H. Rankin, T. Barbee, D. Wheeler. Row 4: C. White K Shreeve Standing Row I: W. Beck, E. Carson, J. Blanton, G. Aixd, F. Bailey, L. Brooks, A. Davis, J. Earle. Row 2: D. Cornett, R. Bennie, E. Colvin, G. Bates, J. Arneson, j. Buel, D. Carle, B. Bonner. Row 3: A. Crawford, F. Barker, N. Dodge, M. Borup, A. Barber, A. Allen, G. Burgess, j. Bell M Christensen Row 4: P. Craft, M. Fenn, C. Brush, A. Allee, B. Admire, B. Jarvis, M. Dorlgion, R. Barber. Row S: K. Babcock, T. Barbce, I. Aydelott, H. Edwards, G. Eiscnhardt, H. Hershiser, C. Cantwell K Burr1eI Rauf 6: D. Cass, R. Cuthbert, D. Ainge, V. Christensen, D. Clow, R. Christensen, D. Chapman 331-11 K , . 'C ll tier'--. l-In 34 is v , int: it .7 'V' -f M if - .1-" Q A-Q- "AN " " 25, 4--.iii '. -, . J 4' Q. i. save' as ' I f' '. . A ef ' 1 A Q' A - ,qi as lei? 4 3 . 1 I 3 . 3 ,gg li 'Row l Row 2 Row 3 Row 4 Row S "'w.., B. Campbell, I. Coe, M. Cameron, B. Bostick, E. Becker, B. Barker, B. Braun. : G. Christianson, A. Danielson, D. Devine, I. Axling, S. Corp, R. Bennett, L. Blue, G. Dorsey. : B. Beatty, M. Cooke, L. Ingram, R. Crabb, G. Bernick, L. Caudle, P. DuPont, K. Edwards. : R. Edmiston, C. Chalberg, D. Dickey, D. Barnhart, K. Durflinger, G. Cole, B. Chapman. : J. Drew, J. DeMoss, C. Ahre, R. Bowser, B. Austin, J. George, D. Hickman, F. Lindsey. .,. ,, s' .M x He ,L an 1 Row l Row 2 Row 5 Row 4 Row 5 Roux 6 Tf -.. .gy yr" am, gs x, X 'J f .i -441, J s..d2GQe 7 MLK, i' ?b- ini. w x AAC!! 'K , .Nz 562 P- 1 4 i ' 1 xk Y f , Lf! ' ig- -, J! X' .- i , ' J ' ,Q cl ' '2 X . - 1 1 Q im? , X K .1 , ,., . ir ' 'L , af 'Y ', ix C.., 5 S. Fox, M. Glass, S. Elliott, F. Garmirc, M. Dirimple, G. Kansa, J. Jones, R. Kloak. , B. Herrman, C. Foskctt, P. Kimberling, L. Fox, Ford, B. Holme, B. Hanson, C. Haun, D. Gassman. N. Ferguson, S. Johnson, D. Jepscn, S. Kehrli, S. Jessen, Hausen, D. Jackson, S. Hill, D. Jordon. . D. Kernupp, E. Everett, K. Gubrud, Hill, D. Ingram, B. Henderson, D. Hellesvig, D. Hodgkinson. - G. Kirkpatrick, Kessling, F. Hammerquist, R. Hall, Henkle, B. Hill, D. Hibbard. M. Hoppe, A. Jayne, O. Holmes, B. Gilbertson, G. Hemphill, D. Gillespie, A. Kayser. --,- Y -1... 1., .ml C! 7 - s U..- N iff? '. ff as V' ' ff. J if "' K fx be ii' ' we ,... Row Row Row Row Row Row l:G 21B 3-:C. 4: B. 5: T. 6: G. Hankins, C. Cusick, P. Bayles, R. Durham, V. Carmicltle, A. Halsell, E. Gustafson. . Hoogstad, M. Cliittick, J. Heany, J. Johnson, E. Graham, D. Hoppe, N. Fassett, T. Hutchins. Ketchum, Bailey, S. Drury, D. Brown, G. Goggnns, K. Doerkson, H. Jeslte. Hinesh, B. Kindt, M. Gifford, J. Finlayson, J. Fuller, D. James, R. Hackett, R. Hartley. Foust, L. Ketchum, H. Goddard, H. Kritch, J. Hill, A. Hoppe, L. Eklund. - Alderman, B. Hollenhors, B. Essig, R. Justus, V. Handsaker, L. Hagg, L. Bishop, C. Bonnett. L 5 Q Obi: ' n-n',,::, ' A 36 AL -4 6 i Row 1: K. Rasmussen, B. McCcc, D. Rader, M, Rcatlcr, S. RLIIIYKISP, D. Link, C X1 X 'X a n Run' 2: R. Mortcnwn, V. Loc, Ci. Lopuson, K, Scliimlcy. S..,Xclwn, M. Miller, l N t 11111111 N Moore Prlntc' Ron' 3: M. Lyons, ll. Pcnlw, M. l'ctcrscn. S. l'.1rn1c11tcr. M. Marlin, XV. Mapu Voatson liwrs Ron' 4: H. Rankm. Ci. Momul. Ci. Rossow. D. Dirty. G. Clark, G. Nclson. P. Xlor tnst l Xlin r Rout' S: D. R1CSlCiINl'l'I, D. Ottoscn, C. Miller. J. Myers. N. Maxwell, J. Gilbtrt George L Lam Row 6: T. Ray, S. Frank, B. Fitzpatrick, R. Person, L. Eggers, B. Marentette G Nicholson H Hughes ,- .36 W' ,ax SK 'Y' 'V- Row Row Row Row Row V. Miller, I. Rear, B. Ream, D. Nelson, B. Laaksonen, P. Mills, M. Pcltola. C R . Martin, L. Powell, B. Pierson, L. McCay, B. Molcndn, W. Rasor, R. Myers. . Mullins, M. Myers, D. Nelson, A. Quillcn, E. Metcalf. P. Pierson, D. Philbrook, S Myer . Olson, O. Manning, B. Poage, G. Nordstrom, L. Price, M. Magnuson, M. Leonard C Reif B. Lindccn, D. Peterson, L. Martin, j. McGinty, J. Mountain, M. Loy, j. McCabe. R 0 w Rau Rnu Rou Ruu Rnu ,. X A7 . :N Smith, M. W'ical, 17. Skopcn, D. Tatum, G, Tays, D. RCI1fFkl,wv.slJX'IK1I1, M. Schnrcn. 5 ed . Taylor, B. Rcnkcn. D. XY'hcclcr, V. Squires. LI. Ross, C. Vfhitu, A. Xfriglit, kl. Swangcr. M I Orth, NIQBQC, V, Rogcri, S. W'ilson, D. Moss, G. Osborn, D. Rrosqstasl, I. I,.1mont. 0 Young, Ci. W'ilson, R. Rhodes, G, Stott, kl. Taylor, S. Rcynoltls, XY. Sinmn, N1.XY'.1tcrmnn. W'cavcr, l.. Smith, T. Lawson, T, I..iu!'v:r, M. Van Clucvu, M. Smith, I. Stott. kl. Sorenson, WK W'ils0n. Riggs, R. Vfonuck, R. Rnnscy. D. Muck. R. Shumvsgzy, R. Ronny, li. Sl!-lslsly. R, SYIUINUW- ,, aw.-- Q .,4. , has w..,'.l'T' -"""' -L sv "asv , rv O0 1' k 'f Roux 1: K. Shrccvc, D. Tarpcning, -I. wlTll!ClI11, Schwcppe, A. Smith, S. Ncstcll, M, Quam. D Xl . ' qs.1k. P. Tcxcpaugh, D. Tcmplclon, H. Yancey, A. Xlfictlricli, I. Roberts. rl. Y.1rbrough,l'. XY'nlltv:r. Run 3. L, Sludtly, B. Yfill-'inson, Xl. Schaffer, Nl. Simpson, D. Rivncr, A. Stubbs, K. Thurston, l,. Rcitl. Ruu 4: D Ruu' 2: . M.1yh.xugh, Nesbitt, Shrink, R. Romboltl, A. Capone, U, Robinson, l., Spniltling. -I. Sorenson Rau 5. L. 'lhornton, Wilcox, C., Miller, llillin'cr, I.. Morgan, M, W'cbcr, S. S Cl1l1ll 'Ulf Rnu 6: B. P- is Young, T. Smith, U. Powers, ll, W'.1itc, P. Larson, B. Smith, 17. Rl1S'sCll,ci.Slll'slCI',l,.W'figl1l. me ., K. 1. ,N .. J I H , 4 . .1 'V R ii- I Winston Maxwell Junior Class The senior spoon has been passed on to the class of '53. This class has the ability to make next year an outstanding one. Leadership for the juniors was furnished this year by Winston Maxwell, presidentg Kent Hotaling, vice-presidentg Julie Beacon, secretaryg and Shirley Hargreaves, treasurer. The activities they directed were many and varied, but always a big success. To help the uhfortunates, money was collected during March of Dimes Week. The talented members of the class got their chance for fame in the annual junior assembly. The fall party "Corn Stalk Rustic" overflowed with fun for all. The social event of the year, the junior-Senior Prom, was a real credit to the class. They also assisted with the arrangements for Senior Class Day, Baccalaureate Services, and Commencement Exercises. Through all their trying moments, the guiding hand of Mr. Mickelson, the class advisor, was always ready to help. . MW if Y Kent Howling Julie Beacon Shirley Hargraves 'JUNIOR COUNCIL Left to right: S. Calkins, S. Hargreaves, C. Thurston, J. Beacon, C. Hurd, K. Hotaling, B. Morgan, A, Christenson, G. Stewart, R. Doerkson, B. Rupple, M. Gross, W. Maxwell. JUNIOR PROM COMMITTEE Left to right: S. Hargreaves, T. McGeorge, B. Hayden, M. Vaaler, P. Morgan, J. Newsom. D. Barker, C. Vincent. B. Anderson, P. Stalsberg. JUNIOR ASSEMBLY COMMITTEE Left to right: Beacon, D. Allen, C. Thunron, J. Newsom, Puscas B. Hayden, M. Goode, M. Campbell, J. Cocklin, S. Nosler, G. Hunger B. Anderson, K. Hotaling. JUNIOR PARTY COMMITTEE Left to right: S. Calkins, S. Hargreaves, C. Thurston, R. Doerkson, B Rupple, M. Gross. Rnu' lc A. Hixon, D. Coker, N. Daniels, XV. Callaway, N. Babb, S. Calkins, K. Bedorllm. Row 2: Cocklin, P. Drew, P. Brainard, B. Beedle, S, Deck. M. Campbell, J. Cameron I Brown Ron' 3: D. Collins, B. Brown, G. Bcrgc, B. Bingham, J. ljycr, D. Blegen, E. Davenport. Row 4: D. Burgess, F. Dalton, C. Cubbage, 1. Clark. A. Christensen, D. Christensen, R. Brax C Clark Ron' S: D. Dickinson, B. Check, B. Burgett, F. Allen. B. Adams, H. Cash, R. Burke, S. Buck 1? , . Q-4.-... sv' Row I: P. Brown, M. Couch, K. Bacon, B. Chartier, Boyd, Blain, D. Devries, B. Battle. Row 2: M. Connelly, S. Barnum, B. Anderson, K. Barnes, A. Collins, D. Bockes, L. Bcaly, I.. Balch, M. Dixon. Row 3: G. Anderson, D. Addis, A. Beyer, T. Bowen, M. Corbin, K. Degcrman, Darkins, D, Bowman. Row 4: D. Barker, B. Charles, O. Dau, J. Beacon, D. Caddy, S. Bowman, D. Brown, C. Bonney. +-4---u-Q-Q-..-. Q.-.--..-....... 5-.qv Rau' 1: B. Hodson, j. Hutchinson, S. Hargreaxcs Cy Hunger B Hayden J Gclegan M Goms NI Ferguson D Kutz Rau Row Rau 2: S. Hagan, A. Kihn, S. Hugus, G Doud K johns I. ohnston C LaCr0ssL Gates 5: P. Gilmore,'V. johnson, I. ,Icnkcns C Hocflun P Hayes C Cuxlmru. C fans M Gross ' 4: D. Dudley, B. Ettlich, E. Dyer, N1 Coodu C Drury C Hurd H Ho4.fo.r W Hclxkson 'vi Hadsall Rau' 5: B. Kyle, G. Hanson, E. Dormer I-ordham 'N Fogelstrom B Hostnk E Hamnlton R Kxnnaman .,...-,,.-.,.-.- -W .T Q Row Rau Row Rau: Rau' Row 1: C. McCullough, J. Matliews, S. Long, J. Puscus, D. LaCrosse, D. Mortensen, H. McCallister. 2: M. McBroom, J. Lnncles, D. Panther, P. Martin, J. Olson, A. McKinney, S. McLean, T. McGeorge. Row Row 3: C. Lounsbury, Mudgett, Marshall, M. May, T. Lamlwert. B. Morgan, Lodge, C. Romane, M. Lathrop Row 4: T. McKenzie, K. Powell, B. Nelson, C. Nelson, L. McGee, R. Mcskimen, D. Milford, NV. Minis. Row S: G. Matson, R. Leavitt, J. Langan, R. Luxford, G. Lowrance, T. Larsen, D. Oyaas. 'Y' ' .nc ,-ff 30 43 lu,- Lt? 'S .J . Row Row Row Row 1: J. Stewart, S. Shaffer, K. Seymour, B. Ranes, I. Nudelman, E. Runk, E. Towlerton, S. Rhoacls, M. Tyler. 2: C. Sylvester, D. Newton, C. Wfriglit, M. Mills, S. Mellor, S. Pitcher, C. Peterson, D. Legan. 3: J. Newsom, D. Myrond, M. Patton, B. McPIcnry,'W. Maxwell, R. Medel, R. Oglesby, E. Pappel, D. Nissen. 4: D. Webb, B. Pierson, L. Small, C. Redick, J. Steindorf, W. Roberts, D. Powell, R. Province, R. Sorenson. Row Row Row Row Row Row v I : E. Wilson, R. Swaggart, D. Ziniker, L. Wheeler, B. Robinson, C. Sullivan, G. Rust, R. Schaef, S. Williams. M. Vaaler, B. Revell, J. Teague, B. Rupple, T. Richter, H. Watts, R. Redfern, B. Robison, W. Windom. z L. Reynolds, C. .Vincent, L. Reagor, J. Schreiner, J. Wilcox, A. Sallee, P. Rogers, S. White, G. Stewart. J. Van Orden, S. McAlister, V. Renken, J. Ruff, D. Wooley, M. Smith, R. Ward, G. Seelye, D. W'illiams. : W. Waltman, J. Thramer, L. Schmidt, T. Twedt, W. Young, G. Warren, D. Shisler, R. Spicer, B. Wicks, J. Wicks. A. Wical, C. Thurston. D. Smith, R. Smith, C. Wical, D. Sherman, R. Simmerman, B. Watson. Rau' l: A. Ohls, D. Williams, D. Strong, S. Colburn, P. Peterson, Row 2: P. MoQn, H. Pollock, J. Blue, L. Drake, Burckzr. Roig 3: T. Strassmaier, G. DeBrockert, J. Davis, P. Webster, M. Pallet, S. Oswald. Karen Dahlberg Senior Class Our wonderful sophomore year was largely due to the leadership of Bud Hinkson, Marcha Epple, Bob Radcliff, and Ann Starkweather, our class officers. The tradition of our annual potluck was begun with much success under the theme of "Club 'S2." As "green sophs" we impressed our upper-classmen with a "Gay Ninetiesn assembly, and also gave the "big seniors" some stiff competition when we entered Ann Erickson as our Queen of Hearts candidate. As we advanced from the "little cog" stage to the "not quite big wheel" stage of our junior year, we brought with us many fine tradi- tions and contributed to the success of the year. We again crashed the headlines with our outstanding personalities. Hank Hudspeth was the only junior to rank with the senior "bests" of the all-state grid- iron. Sue Ross represented us as junior Princess of Hearts. And, as a class, we showed off our talents again when we hosted the senior class at the Junior-Senior Prom. At last, when our big year came we found that we, again, as seniors, could make E.H.S. proud of the class of 'S2. We were a small and underestimated class but we went a long way. Our football team came through with surprising strength. Hank again made the all- state ranks while Gary Smith made his first appearance in the line-ups and was awarded the Simmons Cup for his outstanding performances. We proved our ability to work as a class when Barbara Bailey became our next claim to fame with the title "Queen of Hearts." With the advent of the second semester the entire class began making its preparation for the final big moment - graduation. COUNCIL K. Dahlberg, Gustafson, B. Byrne, D. Tye, C. Snook, A. Romig, P. Allen, A Newman, D. Thompson, A. Marshall, P. McVay. K. President and Veep confer with advisers Mr. Kienzle and Miss West C, Snook, lunchedng A. Newman, announcements, S. Ross, class dayg J. Hoppe baccalaureate, C. Arneson, Will, P. Van Rysselberghe, commencement. RDS Marilyn Nelson-Elks National Foundation Scholarship Award Nelson Hinkson-Eugene Future lst Citizen Janet Gustafson-D.A.R. Girl 175' --1.....ugL.yH - ,....,,,"' Q5 Chris Siefke-Aaron Frank Candidate PK' Merle Atwood Anna Mae BHYYOH Otto Crumroy Karen Dahlberg Gwen Enchcott Ann Ernckson janet GuSt2fS0r1 Derald Hlmber Barbara Joanne Kopp Bob Maner Andrew Nelson 1 an-n -E. P e" K L f 4X Marilyn NCISOH Sue Ross Sue Shreeve Chnstme Sxefke Presldent L .3 Ann Starkweather Mane Swann Mary LOU Teague Roberta Tonef NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY Elvin Amare Par Allen Peggy Allen Carol Arneson Dale Bickeberg Barbara Banley GW!! ,Wifi Arlene Bnssell Bruce Blackledge I-015 Blakley ,Mg-y Bfggkg Dxck Bronaugh Carol Buckles Jnm Burger: Thomas Burnham Donna Burns bilorle Afwaoai-' Judy Babb Q-Z S fK 3 Stuart Anna Mae Barton Dick Bertelsen f 3' Jim it Betty Bradway ffjpxff '-- Q17 Av ,, f M f 'Q 'Z ,ff .1 f f -cc. fl f-W f Q' ' f0f"9'54y'1-W7 " 5 f . Qffuu " --eff" Q Don Brown Gaylord Brown ' Jim Bruce Norene Burt Bob Byrne Betty LCC CHITICYOH Marie Cantrell Lindy Carter 9 Phil Cass Melville Copinget Wendy Cross 1 Q39 W Earle Culbertson A Karen Dahlberg Gene Doty Shirley Dunning 6 1 X Loretta Carmickle Mary Carson Dinh? chlmhfl Rhoda Coakes Charlene Coburn Sue Conant Elfreda Curfman Ilan Roger DeBar Demmel John Dobson xv X lgigihggdl? Gwen Endicott E211 Ellis M2rSl12ll EISPHS Charles Emrick Marcha Epple X xX Jean Evans jean Falk Elilibelh FOUC Lila Fox Marilyn Fulton Walter Garrett Doris Gragg Marilyn Grams Janet Gustafson Sharon Haas jegsielHaldorson Par H: rger Jim Erdmann Ann Erickson Nathan Fendrxck Bnllre Fenley Anxta Fish Maureen Follett Ronald Gates Davnd Goode Jlm Gnffxth Andrejs Gnslxs Nancy Grosso Larry Gubrud Beverly Haug Peggy Henderson N Carl Henson LeRoy Hershiser Jerry Hickey De,-,ld Himber Avg Holmes Charles Honey f' Llal Huffman Duane Hughes Vxrpma Huglutl: Shnrley Hulse Dgnc Hgvwognh Roy Jarvis Ma,-Y! 1434999 C3101 JOIICS JUUY 1055 Gretchen Kehrlx N . u , . , . - . . fN,,g, m?jeisf ' Gary Hobefg Clifton Hooker Jgkne Hoppe Hank Hudspeth Dave Hunter Tom Jensen fl' Loraine Joelson Pat Kelli! Pat Kelly Barbara Kennedy Calvm Ketchum Lenox King Lester 2. SY , Jo' Kopp Irina Kudnavcev Ted Leonard I-Iazelee Lercau Joan Lilley Marcella Linde, Janet Marilyn Lou ghary Bm Mccseorge John Mclntire J0hn McKean xl, N Maureen Kingman Darlene Klaus Q Tatiana Kudriavcev Patsy Kuhnhenn Rggglyn Kuykgndgll Marcella Kyte 'Sydney Litz Pat Long Norman McCabe Warren McCarty Lorna McClanahan Arlene MCClintock John McKy Colleen McMichael Span McNutt Pat McVay Bob Maier Darlene Marentette Charlotte Martin Myron Martin Y , Cris: Miles Dixie Miller Lee Miller Marylldortensen Danny Myers Marilyn Nelson Marvin Nielsen Alan' Marshall Barbara Mart jack Masson Clifton Maxfield 'Wally Menzies Jean Maker Ralph Miller Melvin Morrow Napier David Neely Swv, Andrew Nelson Ann Newman Tgny Oney Phyllxs Pakulak Dee Parish Patterson Vic Peterson Barbara Pntcher Dwaine Rankin Teddy Reams Harnett Reece. Evelyn Reed Betty Robb Dolores Robbins N X Stan Kogers Alan Romig Sue Ross Nicky Royer Pat Patterson Jim Patton Nan Pitman Jeannie Potter Bob Radcliff Dwight Rankin Joe Richards Lorene Richmond Roberts Bill Roberts 'Vic Robinson George Rogers Ripple Geraldine Russell Vera Salisbury Bob Saville Joanne Schultz Howard Schureman Karen Sanclell Sue Shreeve lt W' Kilfhiiefl 511000 Caroline SU00k Pat Southard Ann Starkweather Harold Stinson Al Summers David Thompson Bev Turk Dorothy Seger Don Severson Chris Siefke Marilyn Simmons Lois Sittner Gary Smith Doris Stenshoel Chuck Stevenson fffv mfg Dixig Sutton Marie Swain Mary Lou Teague Ann Thingvall wr Dorothy Turner Robin Tuttle Uol0te8Tyc Pnerre Van Rysselberghe Bill Vigmqg Rodney Vlasak Qyttlbng 'did Russell Warkentnn Ted Wennstenn Chuck Ruby W1CkS Wxlma Wwdfdrd Doyle Wullschleger Kiy Wadman Rachel Walker v'3'5 Pat We3kleY X322 'WQIYBII Bxllxe Weber W Villain: Roberta Wnlson V ig 9' TECH! Alta Wrxght ig Eleanor Womack mimi! 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X isis: X X . -5 ll 'fs' X S' ' A za . gl A ' N Q ' :T N., , . ,U R+? rop- 4' X INBIMS X i Springfield Dairy Milk YOU'LL Love its Delivered to your door E g d ,Q Sh bo ' J h C ' ' ' - ene an own a ve is o n astner, interviewing a prospective driver In ut ' for Pierce freight. For three years, john was the champion truck Spflngheld and trailer champ driver for the country. In 1950 he was he a selected by President Truman as Driver of t entering the publ s ye r. He is now ic relations and afety division of Pierce Freight. SPRINGFIELD DIIIRY DIAL 7-3451 439 W. 4th STREET E 0 on Ph 5 4341 RICHFIELD OIL CORP. QUALITY PETROLEUM PRODUCTS FIFTY RICIIFIELII SERVICE STATIUNS EXTEND GREETINGS TO CLASS or 1952 HCME OF DELIGI-ITFUL .--' -R"-s. ..+' . d,....""i:"' ,L " ..... X ., rf '- : Q : 1 ..,, - I .A 5 :M , :N-3. W A b L E .vii s"--- .... P. .... 'HSN 11111 :,,...----"M: : FTNNN ': g : -r S' Q Qs A .A Q: EN: 5 L--- 1 f ' 2 ' s ss FEMININE -----fx.: 'X AY: 'NY' 1 " 2 A : E 1: A ...QR sxz- E , 1 .1 :.:::.:i2.5121Q3E9 -- - ' ' fl' if? ' EE 'T ' Tiki-,. Q . TY T' H 435: '-"' S S . . . V N-'X X 'X .N X N . 'xx , - NX for yout ful Budgets """ll-it-tuners W! I "W E ' FASHIONS B YN Z! Youthful styles priced Kfwfm EUGENE-FS FASHION CENTER l I--I H O M E F RIGIDAIRE EUGENE i2flTZie1',Tf..f?21'5eIIii'IfL'Eifikiii ,3Z,Zid0i'0:,.C::f'ed 'hm' G A R R E T T HENDERSHOTT'S APPLIANCE CO. Q SPORTING Goons 136 E. Broadway 0 ATHLETIC EQUIP. 770 WILLAMETTE ST. Eugene's Pioneer Sporting Goods Store For Over 40 Years DIAL 4-9325 o Look for the Dog with the Wagging Tail W9 P bi .soo soorsn-Pup 15 !Q Z l Z Sooper Hamburgers Coney Island Hot Dogs Sooper-Size -- Sooper Rich Real Ice Cream Shakes Crisp French Fries at the sign of the Dog with the Wagging Tail 8th and ADAMS JOHNNY'S RICHFIELD SERVICE Uohn R Kmtter Prop? WE GIVE SGH GREEN STAMPS I9th and Hllyard Phone 5 9136 EHSS Home for Young Men S Favorlte Styles ENGLISH BROGUES ' ARTVOGUE SPORT SHIRTS R kRdf G ' LORD JEFF SWEATERS ppl f . I . I 9 9 e I g' ii . V . TI? A x , L 1 , 1' , f I 1 . ic e d Emerson Hamilton inspect the large su y aucho H . Good Luck an Best W1shes to you all Come back and see us R hdq warns UW' "ou Congfafulwons Cascade Lumber Terminal, lne Congratulatxons The Class of 52 to the Class of from 1952 R A B A B B Hardware Company Phone Eugene' ore' U.S. National Bank Bldg. Phone 4 2285 I S Ross and Jeanie Potter . . . f h ' h h d ell's their sportswear d ' lx ' y Q E g Hi h. . ' 0 0 to . 9 o o KUGN xuon FM CONGRATULATIONS COMPLIMENTS TO THE CLASS OF 1952 THE CLASS OF 1952 K U G N SIGNAL IIIL CIIMPANY 590 AB f E gn Ph 4-6216 FRANK C IONES Dlstnbutor LOOK TO CITY TRANSIT LINES Blue Rlver Lumber Company, Inc WHEN IN EUGENE Douglas F1r Lumber Ph 4-5209 P O B 04 WHOLESALE 6 RETAIL 532 O 4 0251 JUHN WARREN HARDWARE For the best ln HARDWARE ATHLETIC HOUSEHOLD EQUIPMENT UTENSILS Featurlng a Complete Llne of Skllltools Amgc goes m for a Iaym as Gene Stott and jerry Messler watch eagerly I ' C or uqene Cobur oad one L I L Q I . I Manufacturers I one 'A' . . ox 7 A k S Ph - ' i - 2? lei J Richards and Dave Thompson try some suits from the Barbara Roberts shows sweaters available at Hart I.arsen's to ' f M A l mWU' l 3 :el tion stocked at Hart Larsen' Cl hes or en. Clothes for Men and Boys 1088 Willamette St. nn, Mari yn, and Mary Lou. Clothes for Women 1080 Willamette St. MllllNl.llll and lZAIlMllIllAll DRAPERIES - - UPI-IOLSTERY FLOOR COVERINGS OCCASIONAL FURNITURE 773 East Broadway Phone 4-5312 Midgley Planing Mill Co. MILLWORK Since 1881 4th Gnd Sts. Congratulations to the class of '52 C. P. TILLMAN COMPANY Wholesale Plumbing, Electric, Heating Supplies 215 West Fifth Avenue Eugene, Oregon lllllllE'S Flowers 1400 Willamette Street Phone 5-6121 llAMIL'l'0N ELECTRIC E0. 232 5th Ave. West DIAL 40343 .pi- , 1 Q. I 1635! 4,59 Z! 'GOOD svemue, MARTHA." 1.-Ea E XX I 'O ovorlood your vlrlng oyuom. Whoa yo b lld or nodovnllo provldo ADIQUAYI WIRING It s Smart' VISIT R ubemtezn Fu rmtu re at the Corner of Elghth ci Olwe OFTEN EOFF ELECTRIC COMPANY Wholesale Electncal Supphes Qucxllty SGIVICS 556 Chamelton Street Dxal 5-4349 LC DlWl for student supphes ZIPPER NOTEBOOKS FILLERS FOUNTAIN PENS PENCILS PERSONAL STATIONERY GREETING CARDS W t B VALLEY S'l'A'l'l0NERY U0 3 . . . . to . . . O I O I U l . . . ' v O D O O V . . . , I 76 es roadway Eugene o ee ameron gives some packages to deliver to fellow employee, oy e u lschlegcr at Valley Stationery, , E The F0lDHbompfu1V M y W ANNOUFICEMENTS - JEWELRY - DIPLOMAS - COWNS 1316 F li iw JOHN WATKINS RICHARD STAPK X SW VHIR'I'Ii .Nl ,xvmlifi l'OR'I'I--XXID l, OKHLQN ATWATER 3.455 CONGRATULATIONS CLASS OF '52 WESTWOOD LUMBER SALES I70 East llth Eugene NNY nwlfrs- Wlsh to Extend X Congratulatlons 8 P0 52 W In 0. OIIIIU no.. nun. X ' A ' S A s I W . .XV M- ' W M co the Students of A view of the teena e s rtswear ' P ey's second floor. 9 CONGRATEIULATIONS o GRADUATING CLASS OF 1952 From River Road Market 645 River Road -- Phone 4-3259 And 29th St Super Market 2890 So Wrllamette Phone 4 6501 Home Owned and Owner Managed SHOP AT AN INDEPENDENT STORE Don Romcune and Fred Rath owners ST MINUTE STUFF XXx af LY' 1 Qqmoulva M' lfqzz milliili Ill 4 fc Q0 i 4034 QUICK Seavlcs Lrruo Pmm' Commnv O I . ..- . A 1 A .V Y A ,, 5 f:' , V, L le axes ,fs S s 4 ! 4 ' 'Iv .2 . P f , ff 'ff a if 4S4?Ag':fp' , f 4 V 55,6 f ,Y-3 6 L I Y Y J A Ni K I ,-.Y V if f E f ff P if gg Seymour's back room . . . favorite meeting spot after school. fx , , ' S-' 2 fr ' of 'I . 4 Nil! M - X ff . I X ff 6 I + ,Y A ' .' G i xx J , v . 3 , - - - . l ' T - i h1'T1f31.JJT1 1 Of f '1 X4 . 74f'IvL,,vl' hi, '17 IQ 'V U Smith's saleslady interests Carolyn Snook and Jo Kopp in some new sweaters. ZOE Sportswear Sweaters Jackets Skirts DATE DRESSES from the pages of SEVENTEEN AST BROADWAY Phone 4-9422 FOR THE BEST BRANDS NATIONALKEY KNOWN 0 Men's 6- Boy's Wear ' Boots 6: Shoes ' Rain Clothing from Head to Foot 9 Outdoor Supplies ' Luggage 6: Leather Goods and ' Gifts for Every Occasion Barbara and Ann inspect the china and silver in the Silver Room ll Skexe s jewelry. kwhiggigtore Headqnarters for Sterling Silver Reed 86 Barton Wallace International Heirloom Towle Alvin Gorham EUGENE, OREGON SPRINGFIELD 61 EAST BROADWAY 442 MAIN STREET Willgmgtte Phone PHONE 5-6232 PHONE 7'2455 BEST WISHES FOR A SUCCESSFUL FUTURE GUSTAFSON FUEL COMPANY 1600 West 2nd Phone 4 3101 You ve Got A Date' at 1280 k c Wlth the Columblo Broadcastmg System luuu wnrrs nzan xc MORE NEWS MUSIC SP0llTS WW I R B R N'I1ZE -Q QM JIIHNSIIN HIRNIIIIRI Complete home furmshmgs 649 W ll 4 2281 X 6 Euglmg Planlngbtllljg L W ash Doors General ill ork All Kinds ol Bunldmg Maternal Congratulcmons and Best of Luck to the class of 52 306 Law rence St Phone 5 5381 LARAWAYS HOUSE OF DIAMONDS HUME BAKERY and WATCHES STERLING SILVER CLOCKS CASTLETON CHINA COSTUME IEWELRY VAL ST LAMBERT CRYSTAL 1016 Willamette Sl Dial 4-3203 86 East Broadway Eugene Oregon nf A A fi vs li , ' k rl I I hh ' ok r oner helps ire Dunning make a selection of a I I x :pc et. Q ft X . NElXm L,N tfxigsl ' nl' A X E Sfxmlliille Xfor nales th A mean g , 'N AXA ' X if' l fl Q - Q A A fq QW i. . A g A Q Q , nM5g:,':15,,:'t is lx , P .' ' - ts X R N HISER Tig spor swea N A x if ' EX ac xf I Q ,tw Rx F Sosxxt R K ID si im Nuitsl Q X - - N egogalli ettex Q rw. fPh ne mi V ' N 9, M as mx? 2 all V, 5 Q :X ' g Ns X x, N an QQ' , 1 amet Ph - RINVX y -I Congratulations . . . to Graduating Seniors and Eugenean Staff BERNCLIFF PRINTERS AND LITHOGRAPHERS PORTLAND -1- OREGON Production Plans and Cover Layout by Rirbanl Bridges E I CASUALS I WOMEN S H O E S 151 SADDLES "-J' f MEN DRESS Bl-'MEMS CHILDREN I 1 Q 1 1060 Willamette Street When you need shoes YOU NEED BURCH'S Merle Atwood, Eugenean photographer, is shown the new camera models, just received by Coburn Film Shop. Eugene's kodak headquarters Band Instwmenfs Clarinets By Olds 8z Holton By Buffet for High School students. Come Sheet Music - Records - Supplies in and browse around ' M U 5 I C wtflm H n u s E .J lulen' I' Z 39 East 10th Avenue Oldest, Most Complete Music Service Phone 4-8241 7th is Willamette in Eugene t!'f Q fs-C it 31,1 , ., 1 H ' ' ,..,,.,,...-'fr r -in 't .1l7"4.7....L"" . .,..,,. .,.. Dolores Tye and Pat Weakley cogitate on which sweater they Roy Jarvis shows Bugs the excellent supply of watches available prefer. at Everybody Drugs. The Broadway Hirons Eugene's Headquarters for Casual Wear 1 , SKIRTS - BLOUSES - SWEATERS PEDAL PUSHERS - SHORTS Drug Store 986 Willmt, Eugene SWIMWEAR - DRESSES The Home of Ship 'N Shore Blouses Cole of California and Catalina my Swimwear The Broadway F L O W E R S . . . of Distinction 58 East Broadway CHASE FLOWERS Phone 4-1453 Keep Warm and Happy with Fuel from MANERUU HUNTINGTUN Fllll CU. Phone 4-1211 or 5-6262 997 Oak Street Ruth's Flower Shop Corsages Weddings FLORAL ARRANGEMENTS CERAMICS and OTHER GIFT ITEMS Phone 4-8242 172 W. Broadwsvv Serving Eugene since 1927 .. with the 1015 WILLAMETTE finest in clothing, furnishings and DIAL 5-3421 domestics for the whole family . . . , at the lowest price consistent with quality. You can always do better at FAS!-IIONS .... exclusively yours lor over 15 years ...... .J Nationally advertised apparel pleasingly priced lor each individual budget . . . Ph. S-2411 Eugene. Oregon HARDWARE CAR ACCESSORIES SPORTING GOODS COAST TO COAST STORES LOCALLY OWNED Everything lor the Farm. Home. and Automobile Phone 4-1261 73 West Broadway Eugene Oregon 1131-ns O O -, ,,.- L :ee rl'LIS l-ll ' IOS. i e c cifjfi'-E"5:' West 2nd and Garfield, Eugene, Oregon Phone 5-2337 LUMBERMENS BUYING SERVICE Publishers of Nationally Known Market Letter on Lumber Hi J. COX, Editor 5 Janet tries on a pair of Spaldings at Powell and Edblom. lt's Powell 6 Edblorn Footwear for shoes of quc11ity-- As well as any style you desirel QWQJQ EDBLQM oo 1' wea .,.! TELEPHONE 5--3l4l o 828 WILLAMETTE ST. K 0' Ofztyrxzzg 'rngr"Sl'zg5Z ,I 5 g,'1l 41' I us 99. Naam or vo ron n up f 5 Q Xixs 5 A -' ml , 5. at .ff I JJ LC Q 3 r Pmwrws tor "X, 4' 4 1 1 .W X x xxxxxxm xxxxx xxE Q 1 f ' For The Best Buy Sll0P BIG Y Judy Bureker is sold on a flute from the Eugene Music Company K D hl Conn Pan American Band Instruments ll H, ,- W4-"ig fr-:.: -F ,.!. Z. ' " 'M 'Z ',.'.'.'.. ...... ..:31.: gg .ff S.. gh- "" L .-- "" 181 East Broadway - Phone 5-1215 Eugene, Oregon Service and Repairs Accordians Organs Pianos aren a berg and Chris Siefke purchase some school suppl from the Campus Co-op Store. CONGRATULATIONS from WTIIE C0-01,99 A Student Owned Store Serving Oregon Students woo E. lam On me Campus Landers Novelty Co. Dial 4-2821 - Wholesale - 65 West 6th TOYS, NOTIONS, SCHOOL SUPPLIES PARTY MDSE. - DRY GOODS .8144 740 WILLAMFITE Congratulations to the Class of '52 Phone 5-1541 EUGENE HARDWARE Congratulations and Best of Luck to the class of '52 93 Edo! Broadway Phono 5-3412 MASON-LEE LUMBER C0. Douglas Fir 874 Willamette Street Eugene, Oregon I You'll Find All the Top Tunes at the . . . RECIIRD BAR Appliance Center 70 WEST TENTH .glowera unlimiierf QUICK. EFFICIENT SERVICE IS ALWAYS GIVEN TO EVERYONE I93 East Broadway Phone 4-6244 n I DANNERS SERVICE STATION W af W 1 l Associated Veedol y diy! Safety check Lubrication My jf., 6 l0th and Olive Phone 5 9415 tt gT ArSpl yWd Look to Ward s for a complete lme oi merchandise vlf as a hrecracker Maw: PRES T0 l0GS THE EFFICIENT CLEAN CONVENIENT FUEL 5 -hi a 1 L kiln l L WW gllflvnllfl ' WEYERHAEUSER for I ' s Q , Federal Tires Aero Ba ' , . Y Fishin aclcle u o up ies ' . - 1 4 I he oo if "" N Q . 4 1.5 x U one - ! I I 1 Becky and Anita show their approval of Marlys' 6 RA Y ' ' selection at Montgomer ar . fz' W -- xx-Q x i q WE' ,wml IQ 5 SVN l',l"l2l'll' I' lv 'illll 'lllllllllll i .l- , Nr., ' ' If 'l,, ' ' I ' WMM wif BEST WISHES CLASS S2 Your offlclal campus saddles for only 6 95 1050 Wlllamerte hugene RX Twm llaks Builders Supply Co 669 HIGH STREET Wllere H1 h and HlghW3WS Meet A Good Place to Trade Fan Ou F F "' Fl UO' l224 Wrllamette Street Phone 4 2432 Dutch Glrl Ice Cream GRACE and VIULAS FLOWER SHOP Express your feehng wxth flowers from Grace and VIOICI s Publxc Market Bulldmg Phone 4 8121 Petro - Lane Oil Company "Let's be warm fl'lCTldS,, Dial 4 l32l Coburg Rd. and Ockway Drive OIL 0 lo o'lcxb-'X Linn S. Buley DISPENSING OPTICIAN 101 Eugene Medlcal Center Phone 43101 T? ' ?l f .A Q 6 'S l . ' ..... 2 Q 1 5 1 cc ' ' 99 ' , ' 4 T J . l . . - X xl 1 Q 4 I . ' 5 i . .. . . C C 0 PJUY .l05kC, Ann lffifk50I1, and janet bustnlson pose m l typical Dutch Girl costume. l .U . 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