Eugene High School - Eugenean Yearbook (Eugene, OR)

 - Class of 1954

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FE K 3 JOAN RAINVILLE Editor tudents During the year the EUGENEAN staff has worked wit h enthusiasm and many hours of hard work. The book represents the new school as it was during the fall, win- ter, and spring. In the fall the planning of the book from cover to cover was our first jobg then the photographer began his job of taking origi- nal pictures, and if you don't think it,s a job, just ask our photographer. The copy for the clubs, sports, captions for pictures and in- dividual stories was our next task. As we proceeded, it became time to paste-up all the pictures and copy we had collected during the fall and winter. This involved triangles, t-squares, rulers, pencils, scissors, and rub- ber cement. These are only a few of the things which went into the paste-up section. As the last sheets were being finished and sent to the printers, we began to feel satis- fied, but deep down inside we all awaited the day the annual would arrive with hesitance, just hoping it would be up to all of your, and our, expectations. Acknowledgements Bernehff Prlnters Llthographers Kennell Elhs Photographers Llncoln Sz Allen Bookhlnders The Eugene Reglster Guard Sup lementary Sports Photography U 2 as CJ LT' 93 1 CD cn K-3 99 P1 4-1- O C 5 n-I Cn 4-0- EH beYeTeGI,f? H 'Ili WUWLGPS UD EE UD We te-+ 19 V2 AQ I QEQPE hoo QHEHU U ? c. EAP e T I A I eu 5- allen .t - a P - , H ., Al? 19 ' emiffe Ay 4 kennel og ! ' I 1. ie,-0 ff 'cms W "X 7 Q4 , - , ,Z , , . 5 X 4 X'-55 H. 5 Q!! 1- V :Q 1 'f ix ' 3' A 0 s X-zu Hex QP is 157 Ax 2 f ., . - -1 1 in ' ' ff is 1- WN J '-1-,ax Q' ,G i g 5 352. c Administration 13 - 24 Classes 31 - 69 Sports 73 - 113 School Life 117 - 121 Organizations 125 - 159 Advertisements 163 - 184 , QM if es' ff 9. if ' 'M 0 Q' ,xr ff , x ML 1 Q f I-' '. uf- - sf W, ,,Y I 4 P A: I 0 I- " . 'V Q Y? ' if in gh Y H ' Il Q ' A4-if! W G J 1 . . fi V ,, A "'T:.,..,..,,,,, V 6 v J 51 71 li e,fL ,,1,,, if' A' L' f , -aj ,. , as -f 2 T' Y I '74-Qliiww'ff2:z: ,gujf A ' . .A 5.11 . V-,E2y.,, 1 TQ? f fefikficxf- ' K 'XO N 0 Ott. . 7" q :S 1 - gf V 1 gf? x x ff' 4 J' 1- 1 f" K 1 n v ' - 4? P5 ' 52 s' ffe' . V- -1. ev -wr' 1 1 qklll 5 I W N U I ,V The truth sometlmes hurts Blind performers The llllglltV and the IIIIEIIUCSI Her Fatal Beauty' N - N J 2 M Q .. ul QQ! 4 If X. DEAN W MICKELWAIT Prmclpal RAY HENDRICKSON Vice-Principal DON HODGKINSON Student Body President Administration This year, by the careful leadership of both faculty and student administration, we were again able to bring to a close another successful year New problems confronted the faculty and students because of a new and much larger school To our principal and vice principal we owe much for the excellent planning to the Dean o Boys and Girls for excluding and solving of problems, to the student admin istration who deserve credit for relaying the faculties wishes to us and for taking our ideas to them, to the faculty for the knowl edge ue gained and also their patience with us and the cooks for striving to keep us fed Last ue thank our maintenance help for keeping our school in good operating order. Without the co-operation of Nall these people our year would not have been such a well rounded, successful year. STUDENT BODY OFFICERS 5 x DON MAIER JIM BOWFRS NANCY FASSETT Sc-mor V100 Pre lflf-nt Vlce Premrlent Corroqpondlng Secretary MARION FOOPFR IRMA COE CHARLOTTE MFANS Recordm Sm rvtarv Treasurer Hlstorlan Qs... LES MARTIN DOUG McKAY DAVID DOTY Audltor Audltor Student Manager I 4 'T I Elie . T J I J . ' ', - S' . ' - .' ,. ' , aff X 'D f ey A I J , ,, , , , D- in STUDENT COUNCIL i STL DENT COLNCIL ROLL Keith Cubrud .lim Bhnton Juanlm Conner Que Twrlgfelclt W ills Fummlns Nunue Dodge Dennm Hellesug Dirk Bwrnee Bfnrlrlra 71n1ker Bob Embrey Boll Smith Kurt Pllkumstein J'u-k Kefling Je'm Williams Steve 'Voile-r Ron Lorlge Eva Tueker Bwrlrlrzn Berry Jn Ann Henri: Wil.nl1 Bwrher Brmllev Krueger Dave Quivey Kwthy Rirhmoncl Jerrv M'lrk. U'lvial Lyons Bill Fomle an Ville Chris e Dwrlene llwzelton Knren R'1.fmu:: n Mwrie John.nn Fwlen Shoraek ff' B Ku in ,lim Bower Denial Dots CWIlIhl"i F lxett N'1nu Fa et Les Mlrtln Charlotte Means Don Peter on Joan Rwinville K'lI'ElI Shreeve l,'lI'l'y Smith Cene Stott lrm'1 Cm, Don Maier Mel Ol'0n Cwrol Muxwell ,l'lne Ruff June lxelqo Ruby Hart Chuck llfile Dive CW .'.' Roviliml York Dirk Poltmr Audrey M1-Alec llnn Ninge Cwrnl Wllite Put Mwgnusxo Eric' Thuvher Chuvk Rnnnett Annette Quillen STUDENT BODY COMMITTEES FINANCE AND BUDGFT ,fag Mr Mlckelvalt Irma Coe Glenn Knowlton Doug McKay Mlss Mallery Bev Laaksonen Carol McIxf-on Le Martln CONDUCT COMMITTEE I '42 i Conductor Jlm Bowers Squlrc Bovorth Nlck Maxwell Ruby Hart Pat Magnusson ACTIVITIES COMMITTEE Mxss McDermott Martha uam Mr Hendricks Dave Ca Not present Mr Brockway Kay Beatty I L ' 9 , I V, 1 2, . si . ,L X a . if . C . ' ' D . 13 7 9 le 1 l 9 7 . - - . F I 4 . A J A u J , Q A 7 I ' ' ya .' . 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' 9 - . 9 ' ' 9 ' 9 - 9 ' 9 ' 9 ' 9 ' 9 ' ' Eg PAUL F POTTFR NINA KITTS VICC prlnclpal Dean of Bovs Dean of Glrls Mr Potter and Mlss Kltts have both done thelr share ln admlnlsterlng help to the students MISS Kitts 1S concerned with the soclal calendar co ordlnator of all soclal affalrs and the xery worthwhlle scholarshlp project where she has done an excellent job Other responslblhtles are Dean of Glrls SCIIIOI' Glrls Counselor and Glrls League AdVl90F Mr Potter helps hy d1I'CCtlllg the student personnel pro gram but IS prlmarlly concerned wlth SCll10l' boys. The testing programs whlcll are held throughout the year are dlrected by Mr. Potter w-.."'s n A ii K ,W,,- Ns. ,N 5 Abby Adams Harold W. Allison Loyd Amick , 'vm I? Glenn R Aplln Allee Barnhart MISS ADAMS French Iatm Spanish Ad vlsor Heado Department oflanguage French Club Honor Soczetx 'NIR ALI ISON IS Hts tory Socuzl Problems Debate and Publzc Speak :ng Advlsor Debate and Speech Teams MR AMICK Phyweal FdllCI1fl0H Advisor E Club 'VIR API IN Soual lttmg, World Hts tory Aclumor Boys Rzfle flub Sophomore Counselor MRS BARWH KRT Retatl Selling., Atlvlsor School Store MRS BFXIOW fol lege Prep I'IlQ,ll9ll Reading Adu or Fugen can MRS BERRFNI KN English Advxbor .lunzor Girls founselor Claw of 1954 MISS BEST Ph1SlCHlEdlLCIlll0H Health Adusor Head of Department of Physical Edueatzon Girls Athletic fiesomatlon MR BLOOD Me chantcal Drawing. Stage Craft Advxsor Fac ulty Stage Manager NIR BROCKW-XY Girls Papers Adu or A Capprlla Chmr 4s emblv Committee MR BRI, 'NS Somal Problems US Htstors Aslvx or Sh: Club Ruth Hlll Beacon lm ras, Sevllla Berreman Agnes Best CarlA Blood Wefton H Brockway Fmory L Bruns K , V . - . 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V' , 1 ' - n, U I l W E Burke Mlchael Callahan Dorothy J Chrlstensen Ralph C Colllns Lawrence L Daggett MR BURKE Physical Educatton Health Ad vlsor Head of Department of Physzcal Educa non Athletzcs MR CALLAHAN Soclal Lw mg World Hlstory Advisor Honor Soctety Gtrls Rzfle Club IRL Sophomore Counselor MISS CHRISTENSEN Geometry Mathemat :cs Trlgonometry Advlsor Pep Club Astron omy Club MR COLLINS Physics Chemistry Advlsor Head of Department of Sctence Sc: ence Club MR DAGGETT French Latm Advlsor Latin Club Rally Squad Golf Coach MR DEBRODT Enghsh Advnsor Sermce Club MR DEDMAN English Advlsor Jun lor Class FTA MISS ENGLISH Phystcal Educatzon Health Advlsor YTeens Don Debrodt Wllllam C Dedman Marjorie Engllsh Burton D Fllllt Juliette Claire Gibson Edna LCC Glmeg MR FILUT Spe ch Radzo Drama Advisor Thespmns MISS GIBSON Fnglzsh Creative Wrltmg Newsurztmg Mlm or FHS News MISS FLINES Plnslcal FIIHFIIIIOVI Health Ad vlsor Tumblm Intrawurals MR GOOD NOUGH LS Hzstorv Advisor Honor Soc: eta Class of 1954 MR I-IAIE Fhemlslrx B ology Advlsor H1Y Chemletrx Flub MR HARRISON Band Gzrls Choir Sophomore Choir AdVl or Head of Department of Musxc Madrzgal Smgers Flrls Triple Trm MISS HAYES Shorthand Tranecrrplzon 0ff1cePrac tice Advlsor FBI A Office Staff MR HEN DRICKS Somal Problems US Hlslorv Ad vnsor IRL Ldgar A Goodnouffh J0hI1 E H816 Wx Russell M Harrison Znlda Haves Russell Hendricks 3.1 ,,,,1-lsl Laurel C Hjelte Ambrosel Huff Vernon Kerley Bert C Kerns Kenneth Klenzle MRS HJEI TF llbrarmn AIIVIQOI' Lrbrarv Tramlng MR HUFF Qomal lzmng World more Counselor MR KFRI FH Algebra Math ematres Aflusor Hearl of Department of Math ematrrs Inter Clnb Congress MR KERNS Bzology NIR KIEN7IF Trzgonometrw Geom etry Algebra Plnszcs Advisor Prolector Op erators PA Operators Science Club Honor SOCICM MRQ KRAU9 Fnellsll Aflvlsor Head of Department of Fngllsh MR KUCH ERA Plnszcal Elllll'l1ll0ll Health Advlsor Basketball MIQQ I XMB llbrarmn Silvy Kraus Henry E. Kuchera Lottie Lee Lamb 1 4-55 ., sf" 32 I 5 - W N ,C K L , Y , A es Q I I History. .AAllViF'0l'Z lnter-Club Congressi Sopho- ff, ,' f. .. .zl u. . I . :. Mn., Ola M McDermott Cloyd B M3klHSOH Marv E Mallery MISS Mc'DERMO'I'T Algebra Geometrv Mathematics Chaxrmfln Avtwztme Fommzttee MR MAKINQON Agrwulture Advisor F FA MISS MALI ERY Bookkeeping Adubor Pep Club Budget and Fznance fommmee MR Department of Art Palelteers MISS MASSON Engllsh Advlsor 4tents Purple Masque MR MELLEM Physwal Educatton Health Ad vlsor Baseball JV Basketball MR MICK ELSON Woodworklng AIIVISOI' Head of De partment 0 Industrial Arte Iunmr Red Cross MR MILLER Band Iunmr Symphom Ad visor Instrumental Ensembles Roy W Mallery Renee O Masson Duane Mellem Odlne N Mlckelson Byron L Mlller . W I fl t J: 1 fa MAL,LERY: Arts and cmffs. Aldvisor: alma of . I Q l . ui. Z 4 I 5 ' Q C Donald M001-e Rlta Norms Norman Odom """""" Jgulf' wifi' +P Harold O Palmer George P Petersen MR 'VIOORE Woodworking Mechanical Drazung Advisor Servzce Club MISS NOR RI? Homemakzng Arlusor Head of Depart ment of Home Economics MR ODOM Eng lush Xdvlsor Class of 1956 Ambassadors MR PALMER Tspmg Advisor Head of Depart men! of Business Ell1lCl1ll0l1 MR PETERSEN Tsplng Bookkeepma AIIWISOI' Box offzce de talls at games 'VIR9 RICKARD9 En llsh Ad visor Camera Club MRS B ROBERTSON Matlzematzcs Algebra Feometry AllVl50l' Sk: Club Honor .Somers 'VIRQ N ROBFRTSON Blologs Adu or Suenve Club Biology Club Montana Rlckards BCSSIC Robertson NOI'8 R0bCI'iS0Il Lenard K Robertson Roy Rutter C S Shulda MR ROBERTSON Phvslcal Education Health Advisor Track Foach Assistant Football foach MR RI TTFR Driver Fducatmn and TER Drwer Fduratmn and Traznmg Advxsor Sa etv Counczl MR QHULDA goclal lwmg World Hzstorv Advisor Flaw of 1956 Sopho K World Hlstorv Aflueor Sophomore counselor MR SMITH Arts and Crafts feneral Metals MIQQ SPARKMAN Ufflce Machines Short hand Typmg Advwor Flaw of 1956 MR TWEEDIE Orchestra NIR WARNER Soctal Problems .lunlor Boss Counselor Advisor HtY IV Football Sophomore Basketball Lyle L Small Earl E Smlth ,4' "2 Lois Sparkman Wllllam TWC6dl6 Cecil Warner f -ia Q R W ' Q51 . , Q 1 , . 1. 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The Senior Class, under the direction of Mrs. Berreman and Mr. C-oodnough, have been kept busy with an assembly at the first of the year and preparations for graduation. The leaders of the class were: Larry Smith, president, Glen Knowlton. vice president, Diane Iepsen, secretary, and Nancy F ascett, treasurer. The Junior Class also prospered this year under the guidance of Miss West and Mr. Dedman. During the year, the prom, an as- sembly, winning the Queen of Hearts Cam- paign, and helping the seniors with Bac- calaureate and Commencement have been among their m a j o r contributions. Their officers we r e: Larry Hughes, presidentg Marvin Rexius, vice president, Marianne Schultz, secretary and Carol 'llcKeon, treas- urer. This year the Sophomores were active in putting on an assembly, a dance for the in- coming sophomores, and a pot-luck. They were directed by Miss Sparkman and Ur. Odom, their advisors, and class officers Bill Muhr. president, Stan Hayden, vice presi- dent, Margie Shreeve. secretary, and Diane Scott, treasurer. L , X i N V 32 SOPHOMORE BA LC! PNY XX-X, ' K, W ' J f ,A M W Q A 1 I , f ' 4' y kzgf "T-vm-z,..,,,.,..,, ,,, I Q ' 51 ' I A tink.,-' ' ., ' 5 COOKING BIOLOGY Patty and Leilani a Granada fx 1 I ' 1 W I 'f K I fl BIOLOGY PURPLE MASQUE SEWING .,..- ' Wi, 0 Q' ik j .Q wwf xx " 4 V A fX 'P H2 C24 iii ?2 as I., ,,,,. - Av ig:.Z,' 3-J I f Q Q :Q any 1 6 X X X if 1,4 ,, .72 gg, ..,,, x I Wipe' -.gig N Q. X 11494-U 7473! .-+--J -'i , by 5 in X A -W. j X xx'-5 I fqmfl, sh X H' e-L+ .N N 435' Q QQ XS! f mi Q S3 ? 1 xg P V Eu A V' A xx XQ::"f 5-NL? 'fl 17 Vg II Mi. an r " ' ffi'1fi'sCR-if-42 M f'frfisfSM f Hag 'Eff K' 1 Y ' , K 5-7.-D' ?, 01.51, 7'?q'-ff.: SOPHOMORE LATIN WHITE BLOUSE SECTION TYPING TF 4- 1 JUNIOR ACTIVITIES 3? ,lf I F 1 1 X f f W wi. 'Q ,451 ., A au ,,...a6 I I 4 sim Al ,lr 'G' fr V ,-,NL-'A J Qriiffl ffwiiw, 'T 'yjwze-' A SWF f , f :M wa , A. V ,Aef1"?x,J ' WUODWURKING .,,, A.,A Z K ,, gm y f r ih fZQ 'SA"i-- f " V 7' ' . J V' .1 . M, 4 6 ,,1fQ,S. . .. . W.. f- , R. 'ljgf d' V ' 1A,g'l'1N CEUMETRX ' nf" i Vx DRIXING CI-IR.-X NIICS I,-XTIN .'-Q22 , V,-f. - M, .-M, tw, 5 g -,sf-er Y X .,,, . V .j,Yg,, V , g ,Q ' M. 'QQ ll' V iq ? 4 W' awk ,L,. V H , D I I Ni wsffixgw,-52 'ff-" '-'H V ..,,.. ENGLISH The Sharp Four' aria: .lunlors make a bug haul ln the Queen of Helrtl 5-I NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY Wllllaln Austm ROIJCI1 BCHHS 'I homas Boenmghausen Rlchard Booth Davld Cass Presxdcnt -QQ 'E' George Clark Irma C09 Cynthia Foskett Dcnmc HC11CSVlg Betty Herrman Y' Diane JCPSOH Alfred Jones Cwrolvn KCUIZCI' Beverly Laaksonen Stesen Lesch Presldent 'nv Audrey McAtee Dfmald Male? Leshe Martm Marsha Meyers Jeannle Mlllhollen Oregon System s 'ichol lrshxp Winner M.lrsh1 'tleyerm AWARDS AARON FRANK Cgnqhdale 'VIILLS COLLEGE Landnhxe Martha Quam Cvnthla Foskett ELKS Found'1t1on Scholarehlp Winner Feorge Llark WEYERHAUSER qrholarehlp Candidates FREIGHTWAY5 Scholarshlp Candidate Geng 51011 Bob Beattx P11 Potter 'Gi Davld Moursund Dons Pearson Martha Quam Joan Ramvllle Jane Rellly Robert Romlg LHTTY Smith Eugene Stott Eric Thatcher Darlene Wheeler 45 C F 1 r . L . ' D' ' w 1' A ' W Carl Ahre Donald Alnge Georgla Alrd Glenn Alderman Robert Algulre Rodney Allee Anlta Allen Donald Anawalt Romey Armes lone Axlmg Idrxs Aydelott Llovd Babcock .loan Balley Ted Barbee Ann Barber Ruth Barber Barbara Barker Flora Barker Davld Barnhart Willialll Austin Hugh Barrett Robert Beatty Elame Becker .lamce Beeley Ruth Bennett Gary Bernlk Vlrglnla Berry Larrv Bxshop Lewls Blue Thomas Boenmghausen Richard Booth Betty Bonner Charles Bonnett 'Vlarlene Borup Roberta Bowers Ronald Bowser Patsv Bovles Squire Bozorth Beverly Braun 3 Donna Brown Rlchard Breuner Glenn Burgess Nancy Burkhart Dwayne Burnham Peter Buxbauxn Mars Lou Cadlz Jerry Callaway Marcm Cameron Bettw Campbell Cecll Cantwell Rlchard Carle V1v1an Carmlckle Emma Carson Georgette Casper Daud Cass Donald Chapman Robert Chapman Donald Charles Raymond Christens .lon Chrtstcnson Gayle Cllrlstxanion Wernold Chrlstlanson George Clark Darrell Clow Irma Coe George Cole 'llary Ellen Coleman James Conant Robert Constance Orville Cooke , ' 'r 's , Wlarlon Coopt Sharon Corp louann Cowan Robert Crabb Phvlll Craft Rolfe Cuthbert Audrey Davis Elleen Dawson Sldnev Dean Carolyn De Wltt Dale Dlckey Mary Dlrlmple Nancle Dodge Kenneth Doerksen A1106 Dormer Davld Dots Sylvla Drury Pete Dupont Kelly Durflmger Judy Earle Lllllan Eastman Hubert Edwards Kenneth Edwards GO0IlWlI1 Egge I erov Eggers Gretchen Elsenha Lloyd Eklund Earl Everett ' 1 1 ' I Nancv Fassett Frederlvk Faw Marbra Fenn Nola Ferguson .loan Fmlaw son Irma Ford Wllke Forster Cynthla Foskett Susanne Fox Nlarllvn Frlsble James Fuller Dlanne Gassman Denny George James Gllbert Bruce Gllbertson Donald Glllesple Emogene Gjesvold 'Vlarv Lou Class Henrv Goddard Stenhen Frank Richard Colleen Edward Grav Nlarvel Gravbeal Ellzabeth Greer Kelth Cubrud Fl une Custafwon Rlchard Hackett Ronald Hall Xvonelle Halaell Buerly Hanaon Fva Hauaen Ronald Hartley Norma HWTIIBT Clrol Haun W alter Haves .lerrv Heddmger Dennls Hellesvlg George Hemphill Wfllllam Henderson 4 1. 1 . 4 . Floyd Hmnmerquist , V K . 1 1 Darlene Henderson Jack Henkel Jack Hennen Bettv Herrman Larrv Herslnser Douglas Hlckman James H111 Jerrv H111 Robert H111 Sharon H111 Donald Horlgkmson Dons Hogue Row Ho11and Robert Hollenhors 0rv1l1e Holmes Bonme Hoog tacl Dlanne Hoppe Wlerrell Hoppe Dolores Hubbard Robert Hixson ' s '61 X Darlene Huffman Hugh Hughes Frances Humes Helen Husc Thelma Hutchms Dorothy Jackson Beverly Jacobs LOIS Jacobson Douglas James Florence Jarvxs Wllllam Jarvls Arden Jayne Sandra Jenmngs Dlane Jepsen Hallk Jcske Shlrley Jessen Janet Johnson Judith J ohnson Segred Johnson Alfred Jones Dorothy Jordan Reg Justus Virginia Kaasa .lerolyn Kater Arden Kavser Earl Kendall Garv Kent Susan Kehrli Donald Kernutt Jack Keelmg Carolvn Ketchum Carolvn Keutzer David Killen Eu ene Kirkpatrick Glenn Knowlton ,loan Kraus Danton Krogstad Beverly Laaksonen Wavne Laemmle Patricia Kimberling ll' . C . 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Usher 3, Service 2-3, Commencement Usher 2 . . . CARMICKLE, VIVIAN: Paleteers 2-3, Ski Club 3, Pep Club 3, GAA 1, "Confusion" Chr. 3, Prom. Comm. 2, Sr. Queen of Hearts Chr. 3, Handbook Comm. 3, lr. Town Meeting Debate 3, Teacher's Helper 2, Gold Pin Winner 2-3, Sr. Luncheon Dec. 2 . . . CASPER, GEORGETTE: Entered from Wyoming 2, Usher 3, Teacher's Helper 3, Mixed Chor- us 3 . . . CASS, DAVID: Science Club 1-3, Pres. 1, Nat. Hon. Soc. 2-3, Pres. 3, Student Council 1-2, Student Body V.P. 2, Cbr. Conduct Comm. 2, Activities Comm. 2-3, Latin Club 2-3, Varsity Debate 2-3, IRL 2, Sr. Council 3, Axemen's Council l, Baccalaureate 3, P.A. Operator 3 . . . CHAPMAN, ROBERT: Football l, Ir. Council 2 . . . CHARLES, DON- ALD: "E" Club 3, Golden "U" 1-2, Axemen's Council 3, Class Day Programs Chr. 3, Publicity Comm. 2, Baseball 2, Track Mgr. l, Science Club 3 . . . CHRISTIANSON, GAYLE: Service Club 2-3, FBLA 3, Debate 2, Ski Club 1, Comm. for Fall Elections 3. CHRISTENSON, RAY: Football 1, Track 1-3, Axemen's Council Rep. 2, Hi-Y 3 . . . CHRISTIANSON, WERNOLD: Entered from Van Nuys 3, Band 3 . . . CLARK, GEORGE: FBLA 3, Spanish Club 2-3 Latin Club 3, Projectionists Club 3, Hi-Y 3, Math. Assoc. of America Award 2, Chr. Fall Elec- tions 3, Boy of the Week 3, Nat. Hon. Soc. 3, Spanish Nat. Hon. Soc. 2-3, Candidate for Elks Scholarship 3 . . . CLOW. DARREL: Debate 1-3, Science Club 3, Chemistry Club 3, Varsity Cross Country 1, I.V. Baseball l-2 . . . COE, IRMA: Student Body Treas. 3, Budget and Finance Committee 3, Student .Council 3, French Club 2-3 Honor Society 3, Girl of the Month 3, FBLA 3, Executive Council 3, G.L. Usher 3 . . . COOPER, MARION: Constitution and By-Laws Comm. 3, Pep Club 1-3, GAA 1-2 Social Comm. 2, Scarlet Masque 1-2, Student Council 2-3, Paleteers 2-3, Sec. Pep Club 2, Thespians 3, Recording Sec. of Student Body 3, Budget Council 3, Girl's State 2, Doernbecher Tea 2 . . . CORP. SHARON: Latin Club 3, Science Club 1, Teacher's Helper 2. COWAN, LOUANN: Pep Club 1-3, Choir 1-2, Y Teens 1, May Court Comm. 2, Library 3 . . . CRAFT, PHYLLIS: Pep Club 3, A Cappella 2-3, G.L. Cabinet 3, GAA 1-2, Service Club l-3, V.P. 3, Paletteers 2-3, Print and Cord Week Pub- licity Chr. 2, Variety Show 3, Girl of the Week 3 . . . CUTH- BERT, ROLFE: Axemen's Council Rep. 1-2, Varsity Debate 1-3, Ski Club 1-3, Science Club 2-3, Latin Club 3 . . . DAW- SON, EILEEN: Entered from South Dakota 1, GAA 2-3, Service Club 2, Band 2-3 . . . DEWITT, CAROLYN: Stu- dent Council Rep. l, Service Club 2-3, Prom. Comm. 2, Paletteers 2-3, Variety Show 3, A Cappella 3, Pep Club 3 . . . DICKEY, DALE: lr. Council 2, "E" Club Sec. 3, Axe- men's Council Rep. 3, "B" Basketball 1-2, Baseball 1-3, Captain 3 . . . DIRIMPLE, MARY: Soph. Council 1, Ski Club 1, G.L. Cabinet 2, FHA 2-3, Sec. 3, FBLA 3, Pep Club 3, Office Training 3, Girls' Glee 2, Oueen of Hearts Chr. 3, G.L. Rep. 3, Sr. Program Comm. 3, Girl of the Week 3, Refreshment Chr. Soph. Dance 1, Prom Programs Chr. 2. DODGE, NANCIE: Pep Club 1-3, Paletteers 1-3, French Club 2-3, Gold Pin Winner 1-3, Varsity Debate 2-3, Student Council 3, Print and Cord Comm. l., Girl of the Week 3, Ski Club 1-3, Variety Show Comm. 3, Prom Publicity Chr. 2, Soph. Dec. Chr. 1, Chr. Paletters Dance 3, Irish-Swartz Radio Pro. 3, Goal Post Comm. 2-3 . . . DORMER, ALICE: Pep Club 1-3, Service Club 3, Camera Club 3, Varsity De- bate 2-3, GAA 1-2, Student Council 3, Prom Dec. Chr. 2, G.L. Usher 3, Teacher's Helper 3, Tickets and Operations 2 . . . DOTY, DAVID: Varsity Debate 2-3, EHS News 2-3, Boy of the Week 3, Student Body Manager 3, A Cappella 2-3, Hi-Y l-3, Chaplain 3, Sr. Class Will Chr. 3, Nat. Poetry Anthology 2-3, Assembly Comm. 3, Executive Council 3, Thespians 2-3, "Night of .lanuary l6th" 2, "Drums of Death' 3, Soph. Assembly Announ. 3, Star Reporter 3 . . . DRURY, SYLVIA: Student Council Rep. 1, Purple Pipers 3, Rally Squad 3, French Club 2, Sr. Council Rep. 3, Music Pin Win- RQ 3,' Teacher"s Helper 2, Traditions Comm. 3, All North- west Choir 2, Variety Show 3. 66 EGCERS, LEROY: Soph. Dance Band 1, Rally Squad 2, Sr. Combo 3 . . .,EISENHARDT, GRETCHEN: Pep Club 1-3, Pres. 3, Chr. Pep Club Banquet 2, IRL 2, Paletteers 1-3, GAA 1, Ski Club 1-3, G.L. Cabinet 2, G.L. Usher 2, Student Council Rep. 3, Latin Club 2, Variety Show 3, Debate 2-3 . . . EVERETT, EARL: Student Council 1, Axemen's Coun- cil 3, Cross Country 2, Golf 1-3, Soph. Council 1, Debate 2-3 . . . FASSETT, NANCY: Student Body Corresponding Sec. 3, Class Treas. 3, Student Council Rep. 2, Soph. Council 1, Ir. Council 2, G.L. Cabinet 2, Prom Entertainment Chr. 2, Thespians 2-3, GAA 2, Conduct Comm. 2, Pep Club 1-3 . . .,FENN, MARBRQ: FTA 3, Sec. 3, Mixed Chorus 3, Girls' Glee 1 . . . FER USON, NOLA: Mixed Chorus 1, Jr. Council 2, A Cappella 2-3, Purple Pipers 2-3, Music Pin Award 2-3, Variety Show 3 . . . FINLAYSON, JOAN: Cam- era Club 1, Latin Club 2-3, Ambassadors 3, Variety Show 3, G.L. Usher 3, FTA 2-3, Sec. 3, Junior Symphony 1-3, Band 2, "Music in May" 2, Orchestra 1-3, Sec. 2, Pres. 3, Music Pin Award 2-3, College of Pacific Music Camp Scholarship 2, .lunior Symphony Scholarship 1-2, All Northwest Choir 2. Dance Band lt FORD, IRMA: Office-Training 3 . . . FOSKETT, CYN- THIA: Paletteers 2-3, Treas. 3, Ski Club 2-3, French Club 2-3, IRIf1-2,Pep Club 3, G.L. Usher 2, G.L. Council 1-3, G.L. Cabinet 3, Varsity Debate 1-3, Handbook Comm. 2, Prom. Comm. 2, EHS News 2-3, Variety Show 3, Class Day Leader 2, Nat. Hon. Soc. 2-3, Hello Week Comm. 3, G.L. State Convention Delegate 2 . . . FOX, SUE: Girls' Glee 1, Pep Club 1-3, G.L. Usher 2, G.L. Rep. 2, A Cappella 2-3, Purple Pipers 2-3, Music Pin Award 2-3, GAA 2, Rally Squad 3, Teacher's Helper 2, Traditions Comm. 3, Variety Show 3 . . . FRISBIE, MARILYN: GAA 1-2, IRL 2-3, Service Club 1-3, Ambassadors 1-2, Pep Club 1 . . . GASSMAN, DIANE: Service Club 1, Paletteers 2-3, Girl's Rifle Club 3, Library Training 2, Debate 2, Axettes 1 . . . GEORGE, DENNY: Track Captain 3, School Store 3 . . . GJESVOLD, EMOGENE: Pep Club 1-3, Choir 2, A Cappella 3, May Court Princess 2, G.L. Council 3, Scarlet Mask 1-2, GAA 2, Palet- teers 1-3, Doernbecker Tea Judge Chr. 3, Prom Chr. of Chaperones 2. I GLASS, MARY: Soph. Class Treas. 1, Student Council Rep. 2, Soph. Class Council 1, Sr. Class Council 3, IRL 1-2, Sec- Treas. 2, Ski Club 2-3, Constitution and By-Laws Comm. 3, Princess of Hearts 1, Friendliest Girl 2, Varsity Debate 1-2, Pep Club 1-3, Gold Pin Winner 3, Girl of the Month 3, Teacher's Helper 2, Commencement Comm. 3 . . . GOD- DARD, HENRY: "E" Club 3, School Store Mgr. 3, Varsity Football 3, ,I-V. Football 1 . . . GOHEEN, RICHARD: Jr. Class Pres. 2, Soph. Council 1, Student Council 1-2, Junior Town Meeting, Hi-Y 2-3, Pres. 3, A Cappella 3, Varsity Debate 1-3, Track 1-3, I.V. Basketball, Purple Pipers 3, Music Pin Award 3, Social Comm. 2, Sr. Announcement Comm. 3, Scarlet Masque 2, Boys' State 2, Youth Speaks 3, Budget Council l-2, Publicity Comm. 2 . . . GRAYBEAL, MARVEL: Entered from St. Francis 2, School Store 3 . . . GUBRUD, KEITH: Student Council Rep. 1-3, Rifle Club 1, Golf 1-3, Captain 3, Chemistry Club 3, Hi-Y 2-3, Dance Band 1, Debate 2 . . . GUSTAFSON, ELAINE: Pep Club 2-3, Paletteers 1-3, Pres. 3, French Club 2, G.L. Council 1-2, Teacher's Helper 2, Doembeaier Tea Comm. 3, Prom. Dec. 2, Print and Cord Week Comm. 1, State G.L. Comm. 1. HALL, RONALD: Football 1-3, Basketball 1, Track 2-3, "E" Club 3, School Store 3 . . . I-IAMMERQUIST, FLOYD: "E" Club 2-3, Varsity Football 2-3, Stage Craft 3 . . . HAN- SON, BEVERLY: Spanish Club 1-3, IRL 2, Service Club 2, GAA 1-2, G.L. Usher 2, Gold Pin Winner 3, Teacher's Helper 2, Pep Club 3, Paletteers 3, FBLA 3, Doernbecker Tea Comm. 3 . . . HARNER, NORMA: Paletteers 1-3, Sec.- Treas. 2, Pep Club 1-2, Assembly Comm. 2, Budget Council 2, Noon Activities Comm. 1, Choir, Ski Club 2, GAA 1, G-L. Usher 2, May Court Chr. 2 . . . HAUN, CAROL: Ambassadors 1-3, V.P. 3, G.L. Cabinet 3, A Cappella 3, Paletteers 2-3, Girls' Glee 2, Soph. Council 1, G.L. Rep. 2, GAA 1-2, FBLA 3, Girls' 'Glee 2, Mixed Choir 1, Pep Club 2-3, IRL 1-3, Doernbecker Tea Comm. 3 . . . HUSEN, EVA: Office Practice 3, FBLA 3 . . . HAYS, WALTER: Wrestling 1, Lettermans Club 2-3 . . . HEDDINGER, JER- RY: HLY 1-3, "E" Club 3, Jr. Class V.P. 2, Srl Council 3 . . . HELLSVIG, DENNIS: Science Club 1-3, IRL 2-3, Hi-Y 2-3, Latin Club 2-3, Pres. 2, Handbook Comm. 2, Varsity Debate 2-3, Nat. Hon. Soc. 3, Student Council 3 . . . HEN- DERSON, DARLENE: Entered from Medford 3. HENKEL, JACK: "E" Club 1-3, V.P. 3, Football 1-3, Co- Captain 3, Basketball 1-3, Baseball 1-3, Football "All Dis- trict" 1-3, Football "All State" 3, Football Scholastic 'All American",3, Football Shrine Game 3, Basketball "All Dis- trict" 2, A Cappella 2-3, V.P. 3 . . . HERRMAN, BETTY: Pep Club 1-3, Co-Chr. Pep Club Assembly 3, French Club 2-3, IRL 1-3, IRL State Sec. 2-3, Soph. Council 1, Chr. Soph. Dance 1, Co-Chr. Candy Sales 1, Election Comm. 1, Girls' State Rep. 2, Class Day Leader 2, Music Pin Award 2-3, A Cappella 2-3, Nat. Hon. Soc. 2-3, Purple Pipers 3, Variety Show 3, Varsity Debate 1-3, G.L. Usher 2, Co-Chr. Prom. 2, Girl of the Week 2, Girl of the Month 3, Assembly Comm. 3, G.L. Cabinet 3, Gold Pin Winner 3, Youth Speaks 3 . . . HERISHER, LARRY: Band 1-3, Cross Country 1-3, Music Pin Award 2, Junior Symphony 1-3, Debate 2-3, Summer Music Scholarship 2 . . . HILL, JAMES: Hi-Y 1-3, Palet- teers l-3, Sgt. at Arms 3, Yell Leader 2-3, Jr. Prom Comm- 2, Student Council 2, Dance Comm. 1, Sr. Announcements 3, Class Day Programs 3, Handbook Comm. 3, Football Programs 2. HILL, SHARON: FHA 2, FBLA 3, Office Practice . . . HODKINSON, DONALD Hi-Y 1-2, Ski Club 2-3, IRL 2, Beaver Boys' State 2, NASC 2, Future First Citizen Cand. 3, Football 1-3, Assembly Comm. 2, Student Body Pres. 3, Axemen's Council Rep. 1-2, "E" Club 3, Graduation Leader 2, Boy of the Week 3 . . . HOGUE, DORIS: Office Practice 3, Mixed Chorus 3, Entered from Colorado 3 . . . HOILAND, ROY: Basketball 1-2, Track 1-2 . . . HOLMES, ORVILLE: Band 1-3, Paletteers 3, Hi-Y 3, Music Pin Award 3, Radio Club 3, Tennis Team 1-3, Science Club 1-3 . . . HOOGSTAD, BONNIE: GAA 1-3, Band 1-3, Treas. 2, Music Pin Award 2-3, Ambassadors 1-3 . . . HOPPE, DIANN: Pep Club 2-3, G.L. Usher 1, Teacher's Helper 1-3, Spanish Club 2-3, IRL 1, FBLA 3, G.L. Rep. 1-3 . . . HUMES, FRANCES: Entered from Mohawk 3, Office Training 3 . . . HUSE, HELEN: Debate 2, Ski Club 2-3, French Club 2-3, IRL 2, G.L. Usher 2, Prom. Comm. 2, Newswriting 2, Pep Club 3, G.L. Cabinet 2, Doembecker Tea Hostess Chr. 3, Sr. Luncheon Chr. 3, G.L. Council 3 . . . HUTCHINS, THELMA: FHA 2, Ambas- sadors 1-3, V.P. 3, G.L. Cabinet 3, A Cappella 3, Paletteers 2-3, Girls' Glee 2. JONES, ALFRED: ASB V-P. 2, Student Council 2, Budget Council 2, ICC 2, Assembly Comm. 2, Axemen's Council 3, French Club 3, Spanish Club 3, Paletteers 1, Scarlet Masque 1-2, "E" Club 3, Nat. Hon. Soc. 2-3, Pres. 3, Thespian 2-3, Nat. Spanish Hon. Soc. 2-3, Quill and Scroll 2, UHS Annual 2, EHS News 3, Varsity Debate 3, Junior Town Meeting 2, I Speak for Democracy 2-3, Track 1-3, Cross Country 3, Hi-Y 3 . . . JORDAN, DOROTHY: Axettes l, FBLA 2-3, Office Practice 3 . . . KEHRLI, SUSAN: Varsity Debate 2-3, Latin Club 3, G.L. Usher 2, Nat. Poetry Anthology 2, EHS News 3, Sr. Prophecy Comm. 3, Winner EHS News Jingle Contest 2, Star Reporter 3, Teacher's Helper 3 . . . KESLING, JACK: Thespians 1-3, Pres. 3, Soph. Basketball 1, JV Football 1-2, Student Council 3, Spanish Club 2-3, Prom Comm. 2, Axemen's Council 2 . . . KEUTZER, CAR- OLYN: Entered from Stadium 2, IRL 2-3, V.P. 3, G.L. Cab- inet 3, ICC 3, G.L. Usher 2, French Club 2-3, GAA 2, Queen of Hearts Comm. 3, Girls' Glee 2, A Cappella 3, Madrigals 3, Teacher's Helper 3 . . . KILLEN, DAVID: Sr. Council 3, Sr. Class Luncheon 3, Golf 2-3, Student Council Rep. 2,. Debate 3. JACKSON, DORTHY: Student Council Rep. 1, Ambassa- dors, 1-3, Sec. 2, G.L. Rep. 2 . . . JACOBS, BEVERLY: Transfer from Grant 2, Spanish Club 2-3, Service Club 2-3, GAA 2, Ski Club 2-3, G.L. Usher 2, EHS News 3, School Store 3, Prom Comm. 2, Sr. Queen of Hearts Comm. 3, Doembecker Tea Hostess 3, G.L. Convention Comm. 3, Sr. Luncheon Comm. 3, Variety Show 3 . . . JACOBSON, LOIS: Entered from Creswell 2, GAA 2, G.L. Council 2, Cafeteria 2 . . . JARVIS, FLORENCE: Entered from St. Francis 3, Service Club, Girls' Choir 3 . . . JAYNE, ARDEN: Ambas- sadors 1-2, Newswriting 2, School Store 3 . . . JENNINCS, SANDRA: Band l-3, Girls' Glee 2-3, Ambassadors 2-3 . . . JEPSON, DIANE: Sr. Class Sec. 3, Sr. Council 3, Hon. Soc. 2-3, Sec. 3, Assembly Comm. 3, Paletteers 2-3, Ski Club 1-3, Pep Club 1-3, IRL 1-2, Prom Dec. Chr. 2, Commence- ment Leader 2, A Cappella 2-3, Music Pin Award 3, Varsity Debate 1-3, Madrigals 3, French Club 2-3, Variety Show 3, Candidate for Sears Scholarship 3 . . . JESSEN, SHIRLEY: FHA 2-3, Office Practice 3, FBLA 2-3 . . . JOHNSON, JUD- ITII: Girls' Rifle Club 3, Sec. 3, FHA 3, Camera Club 3, Science Club 3, Ski Club 2, Stage Crew 3, State Girls' League Tea 3. KIMBERLING, PAT: FAA 1-2, Spanish Club 1-3, V.P. 3, Pep Club 3, FBLA 3, ICC 3 . . . KNOWLTON, GLEN: Sr. Class V.P. 3, ICC V-P. 3, Budget and Finance Chr. 3, JV Class V.P. 2, ICC V.P. 3, Budget and Finance Comm. 3, JV of the Week 3, Debate 3, Sr. Council 3, Publicity Comm. 2, Assistant Editor Axe Handles 3, Hi-Y 3, Tiders Tattler 2 . . . KRAUS, JOAN: G.L. Cabinet 3, French Club 3, Ski Club 3, Exchange Editor of EHS News 3, News Writing 3, Star Reporter 3, Entered from Peoria 3 . . . KROGSTAD, DAYTON: Axemen's Council l, Spanish Club 1-3, Varsity Debate 3, A Cappella 2-3, Pres. 3, Purple Pipers 2-3, Boys: Octet B-C, All-Northwest Choir 2, Music Pin Award 2-3 .... LAAKSONEN, BEVERLY: GAA 1, Sec. 2, Pep Club 2-3, Spanish Club 1-3, Co-Chr. Soph. Dance 1, EHS Drill Team 2, Teacher's Helper 2, Prom Comm. 2, Eugenean 3, IRL 2-3, G.L. Usher 2, Girls' Glee 2, Sr. Chr. Doembecker Tea 3, Sr. Announcements Comm. 3, Nat. Hon. Soc. 2-3, Class Day Usher 2, Budget and Finance Comm. 3 . . . LAEMMLE, WAYNE: Entered from St. Francis 3, A Cappella 3. LANDSKRONER, CHARLES: Entered from San Jose 3, Axemen's Council Rep. 3, Co-Chr. Sr. Assembly 3, EHS News 3, Football 3, Varsity Debate 3, "E" Club 3, Thespians 3, Variety Show 3, ICC Assembly 3 . . . LEARNED, DOLLY: Service'Club 1-3 . . . LEE, VIRGINIA: Spanish Club 1-3, GAA 1-2, IRL 2-3, Sec.-Treas. 3, Pep Club 3, Student Coun- cil 2, A Cappella 3, G.L. Cabinet 3, Prom Comm. 2, Doern- becher Tea Comm. 3 . . . LEONARD, MARY ELLEN: G.L. Rep.' 1, IRL 2-3, GAA 1-2, Service Club 1, Pep Club 2-3, Treas. 3, Mixed Chorus 1, Spanish Club 2-3, Office Practice 3, Gold Pin Winner 3, Teachcr's Helper 2, Prom Comm. 2, Variety Show 3 . . . LESCH, STEPHEN: Football 1-2, Track 2-3, Basketball 1, Nat. Hon. Soc. 2-3, Golden "U" 2, Sr. Council Rep. 3, Sr. Council Rep. 3, Publicity Comm. 2 . . . LINKAITIE, MIRDZA: Pep Club 2, GAA 2, Library Club 2 . . . LOPUSON, GAYNELL: Spanish Club 1-3, Sec.-Treas. 2, Pres. 3, GAA 1-2, EHS Drill Team 2, Paletteers 2-3, G.L. Council 1-3, Teacher's Helper 2, Doembecker Tea Comm. 3, Prom Comm. 2, Pep Club 1-3, Eugenean 3, G.L. Usher 2. 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LOYD AMICK Football HENRY KUCHERA Basketball DUANE MELLEM Baseball 0l'S The outstandtng tnczdent tn ootball or ftfty three were the two touchdowns tn one mtnute and fwe seconds agatnst the North Bend Bulldogs Wtth the score 25 to nothlng ln the Clos mg mlnute o the last quarter ,lack Henkel threw a 36 yard touchdown pass to hal fback Don Robtnson The Bulldogs got the ktck off and on the ftrst play Bull McDougall ln tercepted a pass Henkel on the ftrst play threw a 42 yard touchdown pass to end Larry Hughes just as the gun uent off Among the many outstandlng happenings tn the Eugene H :gh regular basketball sea son were the two 90 point efforts by the Axe men Tilley hut the bl, number agamst the Oakrldge Warrlors and the Cottage Grove I tons Both were dzstrtct games a n d the mal two pomts both ttmes were made by dead eye Duck Nelson As baseball has not started yet the only hzghltght ue can fznd as yet are the neu um forms But lots of luck for the 54 season We knou baseball 14 zll be as successful 1 not more so than the other sports All Ill all ll uas a reat year for Eu ene H1 h STATE 'I OURNAMENT Well ll seems lt just wasn t ln the cards for the Illlgllty Axemen to capture a state champlon shlp For the second stralght vear the Eu ene lads were defeated ln the flnal game Not that sec ond lS so had but ll s nlce to he a WlI'lllCY' all the way Eugene entered the tournament a favorlte being the thlrd top team ln the ASSOC13l6d Press poll after wmnlng their second l'llSlI'lCt SIX Cll8IIlpl0IlSlllp In tl1e flrst game agalnst Beaverton the Axemen showed their power defeatlng the Beavers 50 to 42 It was not an lmpresslve w1n the papers Sald however ll was much better than an 1m presslve try The Corvallls Spartans threw a scare lnto the hometown fans by puttlng on a last mlnute to 46 The Clnderella team from Madras had a surprlslngly good team and fought hard wlthout the SPFVICCS ot a startlng forward Ro er Dldock Tlll the last flVC mlnutes when the Axemen poured ll on the tournament darhngs and gained a llnals berth 70 to 55 Mllm ankle was a strong team They were well coached fast and good shots They won the game But ll was not untll the last llllIllllf'S that they pulled away 52 to 44 to wln It was stlll a successful tournament for the Axemen who placed Norm Willoughby Wendy Rasor and Don Alnge on the All State team However the whole team played all state ball We hope Hank Ku chera will he there next year In our hook he s coach of the year 1954 Moran gets the up . . . , . . . . 9 I Y - ' nr , ' ' . .1 ' C ' ' . . , . . , , . 9 1 K 9 ' Q . . v I y. 9 . . ' o a ' rally, but it was not quite enough and Eugene advanced to the Semi-finals with the score of 49 I . . , , g . i . . . ' GG ' 97 ' ' Y . . f 5 4 n . , 0 9 A 0 - ' 9 , . , . 351334 ef uw funk "" i Q 'Nb' ,xv- 54, if wx-W... f I fm? ? 1 'V 1 1' N ' if df 'K ,N K Qwfwgg 'N .Mg .. " Captaln s 53 QAX Jack Henkel Floyd Hammerqulst C6116 Smit Fugene easlly rolled up its first districrwin '33 to 0 against the usually tough Roseburg Indians Jack Henkel connected on three passes for touchdowns two to half back C ene Stott and one to end Don Alnge Henkel and Stott each ran for touchdowns Bob Constance 1383 brings down a Klamath Falls ball carrier after he llul broken away from an Axemen tackle ' 66 97 I 4 I . z , .. 3 ,Q t S K 1 XX 53 R t il , 1 , 1 . v ' ' 9 N L. T n K . - 1 . I ' . i . . tg N fW 3 , X Nw, g , I Don Ainge Norm Willoughby Bob Hill End Left halfhack Arkie Hill ran a Klamath Falls punt back 79 yards for a touchdown in the final quarter to give the Eugene Axe- men a 19 to l3 victory over the loaded Pelicans. Ron Hall lunged for one touchdown and Jack Hen- kel threw to Gene Stott in the end zone for the other six points. End Back Halfback Bob "Arkie" Hill is shown breaking away for an 80 yard Klamath Falls Pelicans. QU! K Don Robinson Ron Whittaker .l8Ck HCHIICII Back Fullback Baflk jaunt against the .yn-N Eugene not only lost the game 13 to 7 on the foggy Spartan field, but also its captains Jack Henkel and Gene Stott. Henkel left the game at the beginning of the 4th quarter. Stott,s injury came in the first half. Stott scored all of Eugene's points on a 15 yard sprint around the end and through the middle. Gene Stott 1209 goes for the ball in a Springfield 11an's hands. QQ' U ir x 1 lflf Ron Hall Back 1 'Is K 54.11 ' f 'fig' 4 46 ' U ffjf, " ,Si ' ffl 42" xi ' is 1 'ii '. fi 1 4 Q X W 1 f I .7 A I 5 was Z ' 'Q .gif 4 7 ff' 1' ,- fff I ' vig IZA fr 4 oi. 1' ,ff -If I 1 37 ,I 1 rx f ff ', XV ' 6 xx ya ,ew Q.. M, , --:-.zlfy .QI Q -93 6 nl 'if 'Z .-.JZ '. '. 5'-"Si I ,, ,. 9.- - L , 2222? xxw ,sv : f --of I , E", f 515' 2 21 4 ',: Z . ,-ff 'fr -2:5-AJffs aQ 7" 4 A W 6 S ln' !'1' u TI E ' A y 1. 'I ""l? , li l ' fl, ,V xi' 11,1 , X 1, J 31121 4 ,f sw 0 K xx qxxw wh "va-x. WMM' f .1 sq? . 352 n i Les Martin Guard Bob Constance Tackle The Albany Bulldogs, who were kept in the doghouse for most of the season, finally broke out and bit the Stottless, Henkelless Axemen, 12 to 6. Converted guard, Ken Edwards, did a grand job at quarterback, engineering the first touchdown with a fifteen yard pass to Norm Willougllby. Arkie Hill scatted ten yards through the middle for Eugenels only score. The whole Eugene line held on this play against Albany. 2 N , Hank Goddard Bill McDougall Mike Waterman Guard Back Tackle Three determined Springfield tackles close in on t'Arkie" Hill The Eugene-Marshfield game drew a lot of interest around the state and the people who witnessed the game could see the reason. Not a closer, better game could have been played anywhere. The Pirates finally moved out the Axemen 16 to 14 after two second-half touchdowns. Bob Hill ran 12 yards for Eugene's first score and Jack Henkel passed to Don Ainge for the final tally. 'K Boh ROUIIU Chuck Landscroner Ken Edwards Center Guard Back The lll6XpCI'lCllCCtl bprlngfleld Mlllers gate the Axemen a scare lll the flr t half They Qcored one touchdown and drove to the goal d second tnm lll the C'l0Slllg mlnutes of the second quarter Norm Wfllloughby fell on a blocked punt Ill the and zont for Eubene Q only flret half score On a run and on a flat pus from Henkel Gene Stott made the flnal touch downs The score was 19 to 6 An umdentlfled blocker cuts down a Roseburg tackle as ,I ack Henkel goes for the extra pomt . fsif V . -, fm 2' N , ' JS 4, 1 ll , L Y f ' 5 N 1 1 ! 4 I 1 ' as . . I. . . A . V I . . S . I i . x . . . , , ' , . x X U f ,K Y l t . ' c t . , ' , X A 5 . X Pete King Larry Hughes Bob Anderson Back End Fullback uarterback .lack Henkel goes for 30 yards against Sprlngfleld m second district game The Cottage Grove Lions were nothin more than a mere speck in the road of Eu periods chalked up wln number three 51 to 0 The arm of Jack Henkel was again instrumental in the victory He tossed 45 and 20 yard touchdown passes to Bob Hill and 14 and 28 yard counters to end Don Alnge after quarterback sneaking the first T D Ron Hall Larry Spaulding and Pete King also scored for Eugene King s T D coming on an intercepted pass which he ran back 35 yards to the Lion end zone Q Q u 1 n n u . . K 1 . g . - gene's 5-A-1 title. The Axemen, using the second and third teams for the final two . 7 . 7 ' . . I . , . 7 . . , . . . , . . , ri uv A,!V5 V'..,,,L- ff ,-A'i fk fl ' i n, N 'X Don Hodgkinson Gary Lewellyn Jerry Marks Guard Tackle End The Bulldogs, led hy half- hack Jim Shanly, turned in their eighth straight victory when they heat the Axemen 25 to 12. The big boys from North Bend scored all their touchdowns in the first three quarters. The Eugene touch- downs hoth came in the final minutes of p l a y on passes from Henkel: 0 n e to Don Robinson and the other to end Larry Hughes. Norm Wllloughhy fumbles. Pete Kmg calls, too late, for a lateral ff Q x X u all Mike Moran Dave Lockard Leighton Tuttle Tackle Center End The Salem Vikings invaded the muddy, rainsoaked turf of Civic Stadium for the last time. They gave the Eugene Axemen something to i remember them bv. when thev soundlv beat them 33 to 14. Eugene touchdowns came on passes from Henkel, one traveling 51 l yards to end Norm Willollghby who sprinted the final 20 yards to the t goal. The other was a 7 yard pass to Don Ainge in the end zone. This was the final meeting of the two schools and Eugene's last game of the season. A Klamath Falls tackle stops Gene Stott a yard short of paydlrt UN, Shown following the play are Ken Edwards 29J Mike Waterman Q4-3j and Les Martin f24J p E Q. 9 . 0 , An Albany man knocks the ball out of end Don Alnge s hands Dave Powell End Under the leadershlp of coaches Lloyd Amlck and Bud Robertson and the constant good play of co captalns ,lack Henkel and Gene Stott the Eugene Axemen won their flrst three dlstrlct games IH a row These games were Roseburg, Cottage Grove and Sprlngfleld Then the Axemen added an extra non counter VICIOFQ agalnst the heavy highly touted Klamath Falls Pellcans Wlth a four game Wlllfllllg streak the loaded Eugeneans lnvaded the corn valley Spartan fleld and durlng the course of the game lost the two sparkplugs of the backfleld Stott and Henkel to say notlung of the game But the Axemen dldn t gnc up Ken Fdwards converted guard took over the quarterback dutles left vacant by Henkel and did a commendable job However the nnghtv Axe fal tered and Eugene couldn t chop down another opponent They were nosed out by Albany 12 to 6 Marshfield l4 to l6 North Bend 25 to 12 and Salem 34 to l4 It was stlll a good season and the Axemen placed 7 men on the all star team 3 on the flrst and 2 each on the second and thlrd teams Floyd Hammer qlllSl was elected honorary captaln of the Axemen to take the place of the absent captalns and dld a fme job Everyone was proud of our fine football team ' 7 . . . 9 . . . 9 . . . . . . . . . - T v ' . . . . . 0 - . . 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Wie will be seeing more of them next year. Floyd Hammerquist receives player of the evening award at annual Foo a n uct. tb ll Ba q It ,qi 1 Qu , .. Q' 2 Q 'GN 1: Q , X v Y ,QF ASN 3 if fl. -.4 23 fi all 1- A f ,J b M L 'I I ' I .X 1 Q 2 I, X X 'g N Q M Vg , Quo.-f -.. I '59-, ' x Q sc' nf, 'L- if if 6 A Ha' ,f e,x JW? Q., lv I 5? 1 L-4 K N XM X APTAIN 53 54 Don Amge Norm Wllloughbv Wendv Rasor Forward Center Guard SCHIOI' Senlol' Senlol' Hank Kuchera broubllt his team along slow to start the 53 54 Basketball season He shlfted 1lll6l1pS experimented and changed personnel for the flrst 10 games and lll doing so stlll won sex en of them It was an lmpresslve wln agalnst Grant Iilgll that started off the season wlth a ban The Axemen led bv Captaln Don Alnge s 17 points won 67 34 The purples then moved to Medford for a two name serles Mlke Moran s 13 polnts and 9 rebounds were the Instrumental factors Ill the 66 61 wln over the Tornadoes The next night Norm Wllloughby threw IH 20 polnts to lead the Eugcneans to a 61 52 vlctory The hlghly touted Corvallls Spartans lnvaded the Axemen s new pavlllon and came close but on the short end of a '50 49 seore Lelghton Tuttle was the 0lllStaI1dlllg plaver pulllng down 12 rebounds and 1l01dlI'lg bln center Dave Gamhee to 3 lJ0lI1tS ln the last quarter Eugene then had a wlnmn draught loslng to Malshfleld Grant H1 h and Corvallis ln that order However all defeats were to he avenged later Don Robinson Jack Henkel Gene Stott Guard Guard Guard Semor Semor Semor . 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L t , . . . x l ' 4 A g ' , . . . . 1 U I 4 . . . . . . . 0. . 5 5 9 V g 9 9 . , , , Dlck Nelson Jack Hennen Jerry Lalng F01-ward Guard Guard Semor Senior ,lumor lt was then the Dlstrlct games that took over the Axemen s schedule The Junctlon Clty Tlgers fell hard IWICC to the Eugene qulnt 85 52 and 79 49 The hlgh scorlng purple machlne went through the DISIFICI games undefeated taklng Oakrldge Cottage Crowe Wlllamette and Sprlngfleld ln that order and galfllllg the flrst spot ln the Dlstrlct Tournament Eugene placed Vlfendy Rasor Norm Wlllollghby and Don Amge on the AllD1str1ct team The team had a scor IWICC durlng the season Albany cancelled two games with the Axemen so the Burns Hlghlanders took over the spot ln the schedule xac-ated by the Bulldogs and put up a good flght However the DISIYICI 6 Champlons kept thelr floor undefeated for the year dowmng them two stralght nlghts 4438 people saw the Axemen blast Oakrldge ln the flrst game of the double ellmlnatlon Dlstrlct Tournament 87 54 The next night they squeeked bv Willamette 61 54 For the fourth tlme of the season they knocked off Oakrldge to galn a berth ln the State Basketball Tourna ment The Axemen s record tlll then was 21 wlns 4 losses It was a great season Everyone was rootlng for the Axemen to take the State Champlon shlp Mlke Moran and Lelghton Tuttle were chosen by the team to be co captains of the 1954 55 team Best of luck to them Mlke Moran LClght0n Tuttle Bud Kutkendall Center Forward Forward JllFll0l' -lumor .lunlor I' 7 . . , . . . . . 8 - Q u . . . U . . 9 V 9 7 9 7 , ' 9 9 ' ' l ' lng average of 79.1 points per game in District, and had the dlstlnction of hlttlng 90 pomts . 9 . L 1 . A , J 7 I 7 f Y 5 Y - I 9 . . . . . . 9 ' - , e ' ' 9 7 . -I I , . , .. mf 2 I 'fi ,ff 1 f,4-5xE4,f'.,r1M,'. A ' ' Q'f q"'r'v1,.,' I fs' R. 5wa',:f1.,,Aa 1 ,M ggi' C' 4 I X. .i in .. , +C' A v M 1- 3 H Q ' 5 i f "W S ff W f.,1 u Q sn , .,.J M 42,6 ,f' 124 ' 1 if " if -hifi ,lA 7 ,mule -3 2 1 1 ! u-Agn! 9 I. M , 5 --6 3' 65' A Y O W. IL., . Q3 , L. W K -Q 1 'J W 5 , -X if - I N "' Qgreff 'mia'- I I 3 I as I H if W. i all Stott hooks in the Willamette game Moran takes solo layin against Corvallis. Oakrldge s Glenn Wllllams fouls Wllloughby W7endy Rasor lays up a left-llander in the Corvallis galllff. Y an 4 Ap ,lex 4 N . An O 1 C W S3 'mf' Hn n ' ' gs-it f 9 ow 1 f , 1 ug 5: ' -I 5, .J ??5"'? his V mfg? ' .f4?7',fa -M 25,12 I? fa 1334 7-7, N X7 W x ' 3,9 if 7 ? 7 UUIRNE Q J . E f75 l s -M 4 5 , 'ff 'N 9- ,5 -,, f 5 1 'uullllllug ""'-I l"' ."'--.nylxmmvkxunx A .I'fllllIl"l'.- H"-:T ffff f'Hl 1 xXX N W Strategy before the game. s I ' ' Q., - . ml . V f ' " xxk....l If K' xifffvf gas? I v . ' 1 t K. 4 w, ,jc 7. 'i I L A A Z - .. 4. saw if 2 sri F 'J ,:,, il ., wr sf VN kjf' S2524 3 I' .' x, r X ff U ,' N I 'XR fig' 1.11, H .z1 ,. ,LW ix fu if if e f'-1 ...wig A ' ,ff W YVilloughby cans a two pointer. Stott hooks ln the Willamette game Q A dill.. Left to right: Mellem, King, Anderson, Muir, Myers, Hughes, Peter, Powell, Ruherg, Potter, Quivy, Olsen Puett, Manager. B - SQUAD It proved a great year for Duane Mellem's Hatchetmen. After losing two straight to Corvallis, they won 13 straight hall games, including 2 wins over Salem. As far as "Mel,' is concerned, this was the greatest achievement of the year. At the end of their regular season, half of the team, Larry Hughes, Kirt Myers, Boh Anderson, Pete King, Juniors, and Dave Powell and Roger' Peter, Sophomores were moved to the Varsity to suit up in the remaining games. This included two games with Burns and 3 district tournament encounters. They played in- 3 of the games and played great hall. We know you will he seeing a lot of them next year on the A squad. Salem High ruined the '6Hatehet Handles" perfect record by defeating them 55-51 in their own gym. But it was the best C squad we have had in years and Coaeh Cece Warner will he the first to admit it. They won I2 straight games and in the process ran up 86 points against Cottage Grove while holding them to 18. They didnit do quite as well the first time they played the Little Lions. They only scored 66. hut held them to a measly 13 points. This is a lot of "coming" talent that will prove good competition for the older boys next year. c - SQUAD King, Masson. Turner. lvaddington, Inglis, Louvring, Quivy, Brown, Warner, Hale, Bryant, Geertson, Lundstrom, Wilson, Lloyd, Swaggert. Jr .wg We Mn lm, 4, 3- 5 K nr A u. W ibn'- 1111 lullii 'DV on S xflv 25:54 ,Avi A Uur Coach, Duane Mellem Captain-Baseball .,fQif."f1,'.L5 ' L -V' 5 15,3 I L ' ' s + , ' --gg-4: A-je 1.5 '-fv.,a---F 5 ,lj I t A ,, , A ga, , j . . ff, - " Q-gif: Q., I ' 4, Q fa W 5,-1 'gy gi ,, j: ' ."ff:'17' ag, 1, V ' ""- I --1-1:-4 , ,- " -- - 'lf 2 ' 'rf H ,. ' , , 1 my s ,,- 1.5 . r , Q L , ., . A , as :fx . . 74 ,.,,iV,f. VL 1 .,f ,12 , J - 1, if 1 ?..,,fe, uf, ,, 'un - , mv J , -ks, - , r Dale Dlckey Second Base Dale Dlckey BASEBALL Wlth 14 Lettermen I'9tllI'lllI'lg to the Dlamond wars lt should prove a very outstandlng baseball season for Duane Mellem Last year they were defeated by Cascade Unlon 1 0 for a State Tourna ment berth Caplaln Dale Dlckey the leadmg gloveman of the Axemen wlll be a great leader ln the 54 season Es ery person on the flrst two teams lS an experienced hall player Carl Ahre and Jerry Mc Calle are the catchers and are both deservlng of a regular place Don Alnge and Norm Wlll0llghby are the team s flrst basemen Dale Dlckev IS ln second sacker and Clark Mlller and Chuck Landscroner alternate at the hotbox Jack Hennen and Ralph Myers VIC for the shortstop posltlon Arckle Hxll Gene Stott Larry Hughes and Blll Sommervllle are the OlltflCldCl'Q Jack Henkel and Ron Whlttaker are the stationery pitchers whlle Dave Otteson and Gene Stott do good rellef work Cece Warner coaches I V Baseball and supplies Mellem wnth a lot of hopefuls Best of Luck to the team We know they wlll have a successful year I. lr --v f 1 . . . . . .. . . ., . . . . 9 9 . . . V 1 . . ' . . . . , . . . 9 . . . . . . L A GG 99 .. . .. . . - 9 9 . . . , .. . . . . -9 . . . . . I . . . L . . . . Dl D k 5:01-ind 23:3 Don Alnge First Base f' 1 Carl Ahre, instructs rookie Dave Powell on finer points of catching 'si . . . , , Ms X 1 sr ' uv , 5 'N ,ff f, N ' ' -4 we Gene Stott-Pitcher, Center Field fi"' '1 f-.A,:T'1'E f 36,585 s 1 A N' 1 N., A. e 'via vufXw'w' si. Ralph Myers-Shortstop J ack Henkel-Pitcher I ack Hennen Carl Ahre, -Catcher 'wA Clark Miller-Third Base Ron Whittaker-Pitcher s U4 Norm Willoughby-First Base Arkie Hill-Outfield , l ' gfff 'I-n--J, x i Left rlght Row 3 B1llRe1nQg.1nd Wlanager Hlll Turner NIcCabe Powell Landscroner R0w2 Hennen Allre Dlckev -Mn e Wlllollghbv Hughew Wlevere Rowl 'Vlellem Henkel Stott Wluttakcr Vllller Somerville Wliyers Batboy INNING CUTS mn. 'NrvNl fvx l ,Nb V, JJLJ1 MQ Ng fX R QQQ ix Ili! Q D N ,lack Henkel Pltcher YQ X! 'iii x ' . ' f I Xl A I i 0 ru ff' I I 4 X IW fc mwffe il ll 1 ,z l ' ,lx ' ,fl ' 'lzfzflmfffjiigg 4. 1 y Fw I L , - ' - x1'.Ll'1'n ' 'QE - fi! e'e- fi Q' ' '.-AI 'f' Qijlx A ' , mg Captain Track 1951 Track Team Denny George 5' . Ji 5, P' Vi. 'L Ml .g K h b '- ., iff. Bob Brown .- Dave Lockard TRACK Bud Robertson Coach I 5 -.0 v . K . , ' -N -1 v, ' ' ill' ,' '1, , I ,. whims - D - lamvuq f IQKMYNWXWAQ Iv I.. f ,I , -, f - 11, , ff' V f ' ' . I 5 0 1 I WWW 4 Bob Romlg Ray Christensen li Dvnnv Geor e breaks tape for fl 105 hundred D Meskl n Larry Spauldlng and Frank Shaddy on me Mlddle dlstance runners Mller -Xnawalt Klllcn Wlasterbon Guhrurl Tuttle Booth Da gett co Ich Harstman Knllen Nlarlott Geertscn Kendall Ewcrt-1 .Ar- GOLF Co Captams-Golf chool ife This year we have had a good year in the social Hlime lightf, With the merging of two schools we adapted many new SCll00l functions to our already full calendar. The year started off with a bang by "Hell0 Weekf, during which the friendliest boy and girl were chosen. An assembly concluded this happy week. Another big event for the girls was the '4Doernbecker Teaf' Its purpose was making stuffed toys for the children in the Doern- becker Hospital. Competition between the classes was held, the sophomores won by hav- ing made the most dolls. The Paleteers sponsored a semi-formal dance. The dance was decorated to the mod- ern theme of nConfusion.,, One of the most exciting activities was the Queen of Hearts drive. The class earning the most money at the end won. I t was climaxed by a dance and coronation in which the junior candidate won. The big evening of memories for the seniors was the 6'Prom," given by the jun- iors. They spent long' hours of planning and decorating for this dance. The year was ended by the senior gradua- tion activities. Senior breakfast, class day, senior assembly, a n d graduation kept the seniors occupied. Only mentioning a few of the activities, these contributed to a successful year. WD CDESCN 524 U xii The lJCgl!llllllg of anothvr Jolly day al school. Whafs so funny ? I wonder what Heinie is looking at? Gene doesn,t seem to he very interested. Behind the Iron Curtain That's What a Rainy Day is For- The Juniors keep it up until the last. Alma Mater K , ' 1 X 'iv , o I' ' I Moose has a betrayer. wfho me? I R U Paletteers "CONFUSION" Much Confusion! Silence is golden . . . in the browsing room 4 u 1 I I Organizations The organizations this year h a v e in- creased in number, with the .starting of new clubs. We find the Purple Masque and the white blouse section, as examples of the new organizations. The Inter-Club Congress, a group of the clubs vice-presidents, worked to schedule the club meetings. The clubs met every other week for twenty minutes. The student council and Inter-Club Congress met once a week during the activity period. The clubs have donated to the student body many services. Our Paletteers gave us a semi-formal dance. The Pep Club gave the sports banquets, enthusiasm at the games, sold programs at the state tournament and many other worthwhile projects. The Girls' League sponsored the Queen of Hearts week and Print and Cord week for the student body. Our Service Club delivered voters pamphlets, gave a Christmas party for un- derprivileged children and took tickets at our games. These are only a few of the ac- tivities our clubs have engaged in this year. With the reorganization the clubs had a busy year in the new school. The member- ship of the club showed an increase because of the two schools combining. Inter-Club Congress is a club designed to co-ordinate the activities of the various clubs. It is composed of the vice president of each organiza- tion in the school. Inter-Club Congress serves as a supervisory body through which the school clubs manage the concessions at football and basketball games, sponsor and participate in an assembly and collect food and clothing for needy families at Christmas time. INTER-CLUB CONGRESS ------J ,,,,,, ,, Bill Austin Dave Barnhart Bob Beatty Squire Bozorth Jack Henkel Carol Keutzer Patty Kimberling Don Maier Roger Person Don Peterson Bonnie Renken Norm Willoughby anet Barker Gretchen Bosse .lim Bowers Sonya Meyers Kathy Dixon Kermit Jorgensen Karen Moke Marvin Rexius Ron Ridnour Gerry Taylor LeAnn Elwood Stan Hayden w'ILLA MORRIS GRETCHEN BOSSE Secretary Vice President REPRESENTATIVES Ann Barber Nancy Burkhart Mary Dirimple Emogene Cjesvold Dianne Hoppe Helen Huse Gaynell Lopuson Carolyn Miller .loan Rainville .lan Smith Palsy Walker Ann Wright Judy Ash Sharon Bullat Margarette Carley Sharon Dodge Frances Forney Myrna Hendrickson Suzanne Jette Rosemary Killen Barbara Lorentz Charlotte Means Bonnie Neimoth Ruth Poston Eloise Samuelson Pat Skene Shardell Twedt Phyllis Wormington .lanice Bailey jesse Bethel Maureen Church Nancy Dobson Maureen Ferguson Sue Hamilton N irginia Holman Judy Johnson Kathy Lang Marilyn McCann Ardene Murmo Elaine Porritt Marilyn Richmond Anita Schaefer Carolyn Vaaler Loretta Whitworth Charlotte Wright DARLENE WHEELER Treasurer KAREN SHREEVE President GIRLS' LEAGUE The Girls' League represents every girl in the student body. One girl is elected from each home room to be a member of the Council, where problems and projects at hand are discussed. Some of their activities this year in- cluded community aid and Ggood time" parties. Others were the Doernbecker Silver Tea, the Queen of Hearts drive, and Print and Cord Week. FALL CABINET Phyllis Craft Cynthia Foskett Betty Herrman Smilie Lange Virginia Lee DcVonne Link Carol Keutzer .loan Kraus Barbara McGee Shirley Parmenter Beth Poage .lane Reilly Shirley Thiessen E5- 45 LQQWQ ZE VV 0 G FALL CABINET GOLD PIN Georgia Aird ,Ioan Bailey Sharon Corp Mary Dirimple Nanvie Dodge Mary Lon Class Beverly Hanson Maron Lyons Patty Mills Martha Quam Joan Rainville Jane Reilly Dawnna Renfro Julie Sorenson Margaret Carley Mario Vrooman SILVER PIN Pal Magnuson ,Ivan Millhollen Annette Quillen WINNERS WINNERS GOLD PIN WINNERS SPRING CABINET Cynthia Foskett Joan Kraus Beth Poage Kay Beatty Juanita Brabham Margaret Carley Hazel Chamberlain Kathy Dixon Alice Gentle Phyllis Wormington SPRING CABINET The Doernbecker Silver Tea was a tradi- tion at University High School. It was he- gun at Eugene High this year and had a very successful start. Money was raised and vari- ous types of dolls were made fore the child- ren in the Doernhecker Hospital in Port- land. The Sophomore Class won the honors for having the best display of dolls and having the best individual doll. A ka-S118 A g -wit f gi. lplo tl?li.:' , -mmm? Wiilning display for the Doernbecker Tea. State Girls' League Committee. Print and Cord Committee. Print and Cord W1-ek was very successful this year. A king and queen were chosen to reign over the week and it was announced who they were at the annual Print and Cord Wieek dance. The most original print clothes were also selected from the memhers of the student hody. 129 Q , ,igm f 'n,-1 S-"X. JANE REILLY KATHY MOORE The Crowning of Queen Kathy Senior Princess Queen Candidates and' committee for Queen of Hearts campaign. GENE STOTT President President: Gene Scott Vice-President: Norm Willoughby Secretary: Nick Maxwell Program Chairman: Bill Austin Noon Entertainment Chairman: Lewis Blue Special Weeks Chairman: Dave Barn- hart Advisor: Paul Potter Don Ainge Bob Beatty Dave Cass lion Charles Dale Dickey Ron Dierksen George Hemphill Al Jones Clark Miller Bob Romig Ron Whittaker Duane Wolfe lioh Anderson Frank Blain Rick Cleveland Larry Cowen Earl Everts ,lerry Holloway Nlarion Mc-Daniel Steve Nosler llif-k Peterson john Ru berg llill Somerville Charlie Walker Hill Warren .lim Beikman llaroltl Hawkins Edward Johnson Larry Kimball Dave Powell Bill Reierscaard Bill Starkey Ron Turner Mike Wenzl NICK MAXWELL Secretary-Treasurer NORTVI WILLOUGHBY Vice President Axemetfs Council is a service organization representing all boys in Eugene High School. This year the Axemetfs Council sponsored several assemblies. Under the direction of Norm Willoughby, it also published the Axe Handle, a student directory. AXEMEN'S COUNCIL GRETCHEN EISENHARDT President President: Gretchen Eisenhardt Vice President: Rosemary Killen Treasurer: Mary Ellen Leonard Secretary: Pat Potter Advisors: Miss Christensen Miss Mallery Georgia Aird Anita Allen .loan Bailey Ann Barber Barby Barker Elaine Becker Marlene Borup Donna Brown Nancy Burkhart Vi Carmickle Marion Cooper Louann Cowan Phyllis Craft Carolyn Dewitt Mary Dirimple Nanrie Dodge Alice Dormer Sylvia Drury Gretchen Eisenhardt Nancy Fassett Cynthia Foskett Sue Fox Emogene Gjesvold Mary Lou Class Elaine Gustafson Beverly Hanson Carol Haun Betty Herrman Diane Hoppe Helen Huse Diane .lepsen Segred Johnson Patty Kimberling Beverly Laaksonen Smilie Lange Virginia Lee Mary Ellen Leonard DeVonne Link Caynell Lopuson Patty Magnusson Barbara Mc-Cee Dixie McGinnis Marsha Meyers Narnia Yliller ,Ieannie Nlillbollen Patty Mills Willa Morri- SllilI'II'llk' Nelson Shirley PLll'lIll'lIlt'I' Phyllis Pierson lieth l'oage Sharon Meyer- l'at Potter Nlartha Quant Xnnette Quillen Diane Bader joan Rainxille Karen Rasmussen Daunna Renfrew llmmie Renlsin Gerry Renkin ,lane Reilly ,lat-kie Roberts Betty Rosen Karen Shreeve Waynette Slayton Arlene Smith ,lan Smith ,lulie Sorenson Shirley St. Clair Nun Storkman Sandra S1-bnitger Dixie Tarpening Sherry Texley Shirley Thiesen Kathy Thurston 'flargaret Yoeltz Patsy Walker Mary Weber fllaflys Wells Carol White Darlene Wheeler Filene Whitt Pat White Carol Wildish just-e W'ilhelm Kay Wdlliams 'Xnn Wrigllt E-fi is rE"EfE NX D 93 . , ,, , af PEP CLUB Pep Club is organized to promote school spirit at all sports events. Every year the Pep Club honors the Axemen with three banquets. The seniors sponsor the Football Banquet and choose the Player of the Evening. The an- nual Basketball Banquet was sponsored by the juniors with the juniors and seniors combining to present the Spring Sports Banquet. Floyd Halnlneralui:-it-Player of tht- Evening at the Football loriu Allison onn Ang-I Q-nn ,-Xrinftremg uwly A-li In-rry .-Xugu-line ann-I Burke-r 'uv Beatty lnrlnziru Bs-rry irc'l1'll4-tl linen' 'llen Bowman llc-n Brine-s haron Bullat ee Cameron ulvelle filll"lhlPllbf"ll ealn Copping zwkie Crourh illlly Dixon haron Ilmlgt- ran lforny orollly Hnmblin 'zlnry Grow- iwennie Gwinn Jeanna Haggerty lvnnor Hale urriet Hull 'zlnvy Halton ulny Hurt yrnzl Henflrirk-on onlne Hen-Ier allti Horning lurlene Huniplirey- 'lurilyn Harrang UZIIIIIH' J--nv e-va Ann ,lollnmn 'ne Kllllllily une- Kel-o o---mary Killen Barbie Lorentz Annette Lemke .loan Long Beverly Lusk Carol McKeon Anita McLean Karen Moke Gerry Moore Kathy Moore Helen Pederson Donna Roberts Janet Randall Jeanine Schmitt Marianne Schultz Carolyn Siler Norma Singer Don anna Smith Judy Spicer Gerry Taylor Gaye Titcomb Sharmlell Twedt Dorib Tobey Sylvia Tobin Sally Trout Eva Tucker Delores Yaugn Helen Ward Phyllis Wormingt Connie Whisman Barbara Ziniker on PEP CLUB Dir-k N:-lson rm-veivvs the Player ol' the FlYf'lllIlgI award at the Basketball Banquet. 133 :As J 1 ., E4 .t Xi, f ' X 4 , , I I f-fl 'X L, Sl'E FOX 5 L ...m-W 1 El,.-IIN If IHEIIKER x PA T MAGNUSSON N xuv - . 4 l 1 ,Q s? LOUIE BLUE SYHI4 DR DRY 'T' B 'Ns ARHY BARKER JIM HILL I, SHIRIPY ST lIAlR FLOYD HAMMERQUIST President Vice-President: .lack Henkel Secretary-Treasurer: Dale Dickey Advisor: Mr. Amick HE" CLUB Bo 's earnin letters in siorts are eligible for membershi in "E" V . g . . . .I . P , . P Club. Their many aetlvltles lllClllflC asslstmg at Iuugene High basketball ames li f usherin , kee min Jeo ile off the mlavinv floor, and actin as g 5 s 1 is 1 I u I I . D ' s gate guards. They also usher at lllllV9I'Slly games and asslst at the annual state basketball tournament. Carl Ahre Don Ainge Bob Constance Dale Dickey Hank Goddard Ron Hall Floyd Hammerquist Bob Hill Jack Henkel ,lack Hennen Jerry Heddinger Don Hodgkinson Al Jones Chuck Landskroner Fred Lindsay Les Martin Don Meskimen Bill McDougall Clark Miller Dick Nelson Charles Nutter Bob Romig Dunne Root Cary Shisler Gene Stott Mike Waterman Ron Whittaker Norm Willoughby Bob Anderson Harvey Freeman Larry Hughes Pete King, Cary Lewellyn Jerry Marks Mike Moran Bob Newsom Dick Richards Frank Shaddy Dave Powell RICHARD GOHEEN President resident: Rivllartl Colleen ive-President: Dave Barnhart erretary: Bolt Anderson reasurer: Roger Person haplain: David Doty rogram Chairman: Bill Austin Lewis Blue Ray Christenson George Clark Kieth Cuhrud Dennis Helsvig George Hemphill Orville Holmes Al Jones Glen Knowlton .lon Mellish .lack 0'Neil Bob Romig Bill Boyer Bill Byrne Wally Cummins Harvey Freeman Mickey Barnhart Chuck Hale Ken Hamilton Advisors: Mr. Hale and Mr. Warner f my .lvl I . v'-.4 HI-Y The purpose of the Hi-Y is: "To create, maintain, and ex- tend throughout the school and community, the high standards of Christian Character." Activities during the year included selling programs at the football games, sponsoring the Father- Son Banquet, Mothers' Day Breakfast, and also an annual assembly. A Q li Ili a ELAINE GUSTAFSON President President: Elaine Gustafson Vice-President: Kathy Dixon Secretary: Elaine Becker Treasurer : Cynthia Foskett Anita Allen Ruth Bennett Nancy Burkhart Marcia Cameron Vivian Carmickle Marion Cooper Phyllis Craft Carolyn Dewhitt Nancy Dodge Gretchen Eisenhardt Diane Cassman Emogene Cjesvold Beverly Hanson Norma Harner Jim Hill Orville Holmes Diane .lepsen Gaynell Lopuson Dixie McGinnis Beth Poage Patricia Potter .loan Rainville Diane Rader James Ramsey Dawnna Renfro Shirley Thiessen Kathy Thurston Gladys Wells Darlene Wheeler Donna Angst Gerry Augustine Cary Calavan Margaret Carley Eleanor Hale Harriette Hall Nanry Halton Marilyn Harrang Pat Horning Emily Huston Suzanne Jette Barbie Lorentz Beverly Lusk Carol McKeon Charlotte Means Gerry Moore Carrie Moorhead Carolyn Mortenson Gail Richmond Carolyn Siler Eva Tucker Margaret Burrell Clara Cochran Diane Doty Rodene Cilstrap Harold Hawkins Judy Krogh Lynda Kuykendall Janet Rear Graham Smith Priscilla Trowbridge Jerry Van Tassal Barhara Waln 138 PALETTEERS The Paletters, composed of art students, started out the year with their annual initiation. Following this they immedi- ately began work on a semi-formal dance, Confusion, which was the first dance in the new high school. The Paletteers also- made posters for the various activities during the year. Advisor: Mr. Mallery Nancy Dodge, Dawnna Renfro, and ,lim Hillg the chairmen of "Confusion.,' Candidates Darlene Deller Nant-y Dobson Edtla Eflens Jeanie Eggers Peggy Fults Sharon Creyerlriehl Eilwina Gunther Sheila Haley Saumlra Harris ,lanive Hastings Carolyn Hixson llonnu Jean ,Iaeo Elaine Johnson Barlrara Kane Donna Kensler Rae Kimmey Carol Mn-Ewen Nana-y fNlvl.ean Martha Macy ffarol Mansell liarlnara Minkler Martha Moe Palriria Morrison Elaine Porrilt Yll4'4'1l IN-nni-loo .luclith Peters Sharon Philip- liarlvara l'la-s .loan Rolrin-on 'Nlyrna Sl'llIlll4ll Cleon Singer Sue- Slllilll l,oui-e Starnn-r Sue- Tangfelclt jolt-ne Taylor Marlene Tryon lla- 'Kuna Vaughn llarlnara Waln Caroline W'atkins joan Wil:-ox We-llnlx' Wood THESPIANS Because of the joining of Scarlet Masque from Uni High with the Thespians from Eugene High, this year's Thespian group spent the first part of the year revising their constitution and reviewing dramatic skills. New mem- bers were elected and until they could earn enough points to become regular members, formed a group of their own. Purple Masque. The three-act play, uDrums of Death," was presented in April to complete their year. The group is advised and directed hy Mr. Filut. Rehearsal ol' "Drums of De-athf' President X ive President' Karen Molte Treasurer : Joan Long Rerortllng Seeretary: Jane Relllx lifresident: .lark Kessling Corresponding Sr-rretary: Charlottn Means Clerk: Xnn Storkman Mlsisor: Mr. Filut l,ouie Blue Squire liozorlh Nam-y Burkhart Marion Cooper llavifl lloty Nancy lfassett .-Xl ,lones Earl Ke-nelall .lark Kesling Charles l.amlr lion Maier ,lean Nlilliollen llaie Moursunnl .lane Reilly Vwaynette- Flaylon Shirley Sl. Clair 'Xnn 5l0t'kIIlilll She-rrp T.-xley jean Hopping ,lac-kie ffrourh Naury llroves llarriet llall Niarilyn Harrang joan Long Charlotte Mean- Karen Moke Donna Rolrerts l,evi Smith JACK KESSLING 139 CAROL WILDISH President President: Carol W'ildish Vice Pres: Janet Barker Secretary: Gerry Augustine Treasure-r: Patsy Boyles Recorder: Jackie Milford Advisor: Miss Best Betty Jo Bonner Patsy Boyles Eileen Dawson Bonnie Hoogstad Jackie Milford Kay Olson Helen Shaffer Shirley Thiesen Pat White Carol Wildish Alice Wiedrich Janet Barker Pat Brown Carla Chamberlain Marie Crowther Mary Jane Eldridge Nancy Gates Zelma Green Eleanor Hale Patty Horning Sandra Horton Janie Mullins Gwen Patterson Beverly Sage Jeanine Schmitt Carmen Simons Beverly Summers Donna Tift Alta Adams ' Barbara Allen Margie Anslinger Kay Atkinson Nadine Campbell Marilyn Chittick Ruth Coltran Juanita Conner Mayme Dodge Margaret DuPuis Peggy Fults Lydia Graneman Edwina Gunther Lorayn Johnson Joyce Justus Barbara Keith Carroll Leavitt Barbara Minkler Joan Moreland Pat Morrison Arlene Myrmo Judith Peters Sharon Phillips Kathy Price Marilyn Richmond Beverly Smith Dorothy Snyder Carolyn Vaaler Barbara Waln Darlene Waltman Charlotte Wright f u 0 I i GIRLS' ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION Girls who enjoy participating in sports find the Girls' Athletic As- sociation to their liking. This club holds monthly potlncks and sponsors sports events after school for all girls who are interested. The club also participates in competitive play-days held between schools. .. .. .., ir , DI ANE GASSNIAN President 4 idenl: Diane- lillrsfllilll ie Pre-id:-nl Re-serly llruun irflalry: .ludy Johnson si or: Nlr. l,ailluh:in joan lllainton l,.II'l0'IH' Po-xlke lla-lo-n Sliaiffi-r Ylnrlv-ne Mi- li1ll'0l lilnw Jamie Mullin- Salndrzl lfrillilre Ylll'l'il Po-nni-lon llorolliy Snyder BOYS' RIFLE CLUB The Boys' Rifle Club has held high interest for all boys interested in fine marksmanship. This year a Girls' Rifle Club was also formed. Both clubs have been holding rifle practice at least twice a month. The boys' club has entered various competitive matches. KEITH WEAY ER President President: Keith Weaver Yin-e President: Kirk Babcock Serretary-Treasurer: Ted Rarbee Advisor: Mr. Aplin Jerry Calloway Fred Faw Edward Cray Doug James Bob Brown Allan Carlson Dick Carlson Fred Henshuw LeRoy Rankin Tom Laird Dick Simmons Tom Williams Daniel Chen james Dickson Ronald Gillespie Rob Hookland Tom Howell LeRoy Mc-Pherson Roh Rankin Wzilter Richard Phil Smith John Stzltzer Peter Weiigert GIRLS' RIFLE CLUB ' I The Latin Club is organized for students who have had at least one year of Latin. The initia- tion was held in mid-winter for all new members. At this time the candidates wore Roman togas and laurel wreaths. In the evening a potluck was held to conclude the initiation. The club donated to the Future Language Teachers of America for help in giving scholar- ships. ln May the club held a picnic-box social for a money raising project. The club became a part of the Junior Classics League this year. This is a national organization, of Latin Clubs. G-AYNELL LOPUSON President President: Caynell Lopuson g Vice-President: Patti ,Kimherlmg Secretary-Treasurer: Sue Carter Advisor: Miss West Georgia Aird Anita Allen George Clark Steve Frank Bruce Cilbertson Liz Greer Beverly Hanson Diane Hoppe Beverly Jacobs Segred Johnston Jack Kesling Patti Kjmberling Dayton Krogstad Beverly Laaksonen Charles Lamb Caynell Lopuson Virginia Lee Betty Murphy Martha Quam Sue Rear Vern Rogers Bob Romig Sandy Schnitger Judy Swanger Keith Weaver Darlene Wheeler Ann Wright Dona Angst .lean Babcock Tom Font Ben Goffe Deanna Gregor Harriet Hamilton John McKinney Mary Ellen Leonard Jerry Marks DeVonne Link Jerry McCabe Connie Mathews Marjory Metzger Jackie Milford Carrie Moorehead Carolyn Miller Nancy Perry LATIN CLUB Advisor: Mr. Daggett President: Bob Beatty Vice President: Roger Person Secretary: Ruby Hart, Wzly'r1ette Slayton Dirk Potter Dick Richards Eloise Samuelson Suzanne Scholtz Shardell Twedt Sue Carter Bill Pattison Shirley Wright SPANISH CLUB BOB BEATTY President Ann Barher Bob Beatty Dave Cass George Clark Marion Cooper Joan Finlayson Mary Lou Class Dennis Hellesvig Sue Kehrli Les Martin Roger Person Annette Quillen Waynette Slayton Jan Smith Julia Sorenson Kay Beatty Wally Cummins Ernest Ettlir-h John Gustafson Ruby Hart Sheila Ruppel Karen Henslee Carolyn Hixson Karen Nickelson Membership in Spanish Club is open to all students having at least one-half year of Spanish. The annual Christmas party initiation and the Pan-American Banquet have combined tol make this year a success for the Spanish Club. AN BAILEY President President: .loan Bailey Vice-President: Squire Bozorth Secretary: Barbara McGee Advisor: Miss Adams Y-TEENS .IUANITA CONNER President esident: Juanita Conner Florence Alger lrma Coe Betty Herrman Carol Keutzer Joan Kraus Diane lepsen 'Xl Jones Marilyn Miller Shirley Parmenter llon Peterson Phyllis Pierson joan Rainville Kathy Thllrston Margaret Voeltz Patty Mills Carol White Gerry Moore Donna Roberts Sylvia Tobin K y 1 FRENCH CLUB The French Club is open to all students having at least one . year of French. Once a month. the club has a potluck dinner and social gathering in one of the memher's homes. These meetings are unique in that French is the only language which may be spoken. ice President: Le Ann Elwood cretary: Charlotte Wright easurer: Jeanie Cuske lvisor: Miss English Arlene Aird Kay Atkinson Connie Ayotte Myrna Bankhead Marilyn Beck Carolyn Bell Patti Bertrand Arlene Best Nadine Campbell Naida l,ou Casey Marilyn Chittirk Barbara Christenson Karen Christensou Phyllis Clavdon Wharon Collyer Kathy Comstock Dorothy Cook Sandy Crahhe Darleen Dayton munity are welcome to join Y-Teens. Besides serving as nurses aids at the Sacred Heart Hospital. they held a conference in Fehruarv and discussed the following topics: family relation ships. boy and girl problems, religious differences. and Inter racial prohlems. I4 Sophomore girls who are interested in serving their com- 7 BILL WARREN President President: Bill Warren Secretary: DeVonne Link Treasurer: Myrna Advisors' Mrs. Bessie Robertson Mr, Bruns Vivian Carmickle Rolfe Cuthbert Gretchen Eisenhardt Maureen Ferguson Cynthia Foskett Mary Lou Glass Ed Gray Bob Hixson Don Hodgkinson Helen Huse Beverly Jacobs Diane Jepsen Joan Kraus Don Meskimen Carolyn Miller Edgar Orth Shirley Parmenter Bob Romig Karen Shreeve Jan Smith Kathy Thurston Eilene Whitt Loretta Whitworth Bob Anderson Phyllis Andrews John Basset Gretchen Bosse Bill Boyer Jack Bradley Sharon Bullat Margaret Carley Alvin Chase LaVelle Christenson Rick Cleveland Morris Corley Wally Cummins Diane Deck Sue Evans Ben Goffe Bruce Gustafson Harriette Hall Larry Hughes Emily Huston Darlene Humphreys Rosemary Killen Ida Mae Langan Ed Leeper Annette Lempke Bob Lemon Connie Mathews Farley Maxwell Carol McKeon Charolette Means Chuck Metzgar Vlarjory Metzgar ferry Miller Karen Moke Kathy Moore George Murray Steve Nosler Nancy Perry Karen Petersen Dick Potter Diane Puscas Hendrickson Loren Rice Gail Richmond Donna Roberts Eloise Samuelson Frank Schaefers Donanna Smith Sue Smith Doris Tobey Sylvia Tobin Eva Tucker John Vaaler Joan Wilcox Barbara Ziniker Carlene Allen Connie Ayotte Myrna Bankhead Marlene Banton Ward Billings Greg Cameron Marilyn Chittock Barbara Christenson Colleen Coleman Cheryl Dudley Kay Eisenhardt LeAnn Elwood Gene Gilbert Sharon Greyerbiehl Janice Hastings Stan Hayden Darlene Hazelton Fred Hensbaw Karen Henslee Bob Hookland Tony Horstman Ranney Howerton Donna Jacobson Barbara Kane Sue Kingsley John Lindstrom Barbie Lorentz David Lyons Don McCabe Bob McNutt Mickey Murray Juanita Niemi Janice Oldham Elaine Porritt Brad Reed Kathryn Richmond Marilyn Richmond Lynn Rietman Beverly Schroeder Beverlee Schumacher Diana Scott Margy Shreeve Barbara Sprague Mick Squires Edra Lee Stanley Bill Starkey Julie Stearns Sue Tangfeldt Don TenBrook Terry Thomas Carolyn Vaaler Doug Vincent Barbara Waln John Willener Joyce Williamson Bruce Wills Jim Woods Linda Yarbrough lim Zehrung -q-.,.?-..7...,... ... T.. Y, ..,- - SKI CLUB Ski Club is open to all students interested in skiing. The many activities of this club include an annual initia- tion, overnight trips to Hoodoo Bowl, and weekend trips to the Willamette Pass Ski area. Broken bones, sprained ankles, and bruised foreheads add to the enjoyment of the many trips. 5' SERVICE CLUB The Service Club is Composed of students interested in serylng the school. The many activities of this glul, include delivering voter's pamphlets and taking tiekets at games. rPllP'St'l'VlK't' Club also deeorates a tree in the Center hall at Christmas time and gives a Christmas party for under. privileged children. Who said there is no Santa Claus! ,xuvnovl 5 . un . tu-nur Mr. Dehrodt Georgia Aird Anita Allen Flora Barker Patsy Boyles Betty Campbell Gayle Christianson Phyllis Craft Carolyn DeWitt Alive Dormer Marilyn Frisbee Beverly Hanson Beverly .lavobs Dolly Learned Marsha Meyers Elaine Metcalf Norma Miller Fharlene Nelson Arlene Smith Judy Swanger Mary Weber Alive Wfiedriek Ann Wright Mary Lou Wieal Gerry Augustine Wilsoii Barber Linda Beall Bonnie Brunken Arlene Cox Dirk Cummins Rose Daniels Earliest Ettlirh Lou Ann Fenn Elaine Fraedrif-k Dorothy Gamhlin Alive Gentle Bruee Gustafson Robert Hayes Bi:-hard Hunter Rosemary Killen John Landon Carrie Moorhead Loren Rire Pat Shaver Norma Singer Diane Spurlork Phyllis Whittaker Phyllis Wormington Pat Fkene Peter Whitriey' Jessie Bethel Dorothy Brahham Grant Clark George Edmons Renate Reiner Carol Hendrivks Larry Lyons Barbara Minkler ,launita Neimi ,ludith Peters Mary Pitvher Dirk Bummel Beverly Schumaker Jolene Traylor Dorothy Henderson Diana Scott Larry Rubenstein 145 Science Club is open to all students interested inthe Tom Boennighaus Ron Bowser Beverly Braun Richard Breuner Dave Cass Jerry Callaway Don Charles Darrel Clow Rolfe Cuthbert Fred Faw Keith Cubrud Dennis Hellesvig Jerry Hill Hank ,Ieske Judy Johnson Carolyn Ketchum .lack Kienzle Glen Knowlton Charles Lamb Dolly Learned Chuck McCann Don Maier Merilyn Miller David Moursund Betty Murphy Shirley Parmenter Norma Silliman Arlene Smith Eric Thacher Keith Weaver Carol White Scott Wood Phyllis Andrews Ronald Crandall Dick Cummins Wally Cummins Kim Erdman Ernest Ettlick Ben Coffe Deanna Cregnr Monroe Hamilton David Hampy Richard Hunter Ed Leeper Sally Lemery Kurt Molhnm Gerald Oldham Dick Olsen .lames Ramsey Mary Ann Smith Tom Williams Arlene Workman Lee Carter Daniel Chen David Closner Eddie Curry Bud Doane Rrvon Foreman Bob Cheen Ouentin Holmes Rae Kimmey Carl Lemke Lerry Lvons Lee Mrliyre Larry Moore 146 CII Advisors: President: Martha Quam Vice-President: Carol KCUUCI' Recording Secretary-Treasurer: Virginia Lee Corresponding SecretarY1 Bafbar McGee Advisors: Mrs. Wilmot, MY- Hen ricks SCIENCE CLUB Anita Allen Bill Austin .Ioan Bailey Marilyn Frisbie Mary Lou Glass Beverly Hanson Carol Haun Dennis Hellesvig various aspects of science. This year it served as an ad- visory b o d y through which biology, astronomy, radio, chemistry, physics and photography clubs were formed. Science Club also had meetings in which the branch clubs put on demonstrations. These small clubs had a very active and successful year. Leroy Richardson John Sinclair Clark Souers Vern Sivage Philip Smith .lackie Welch Peter Wenzert Duane Wolfe Bill Ziniker Mr. Collins Mr. Kienzle Mrs. Robertson Miss Christenson Mrs. Rickards Betty Herrman Carol Keutzer Beverly Laaksonen Virginia Lee Mary Ellen Leonard Gaynell Lopuson Barbara McGee Marsha Meyers Patty Mills Roberta Mortenson Sharleen Nestell Martha Quam Karen Rasmussen Arlene Smith Ann Stockman Judy Swanger Patsy Walker Darlene Wheeler Ann Wright Hazel Chamberlain LaVelle Christensen Marie Crowther Diane Deck Kathy Dixon Kim Erdman Ben Coffe Myma Hendrickson Reva Ann Johnson Ed Leeper Sonya Meyers Helen Pederson Carmen Simmons Pat Skene Sylvia Tobin Shardell Twedt Phyllis Wormington Barbara Ziniker Edda Edens Elizabeth Follet Janet Henning Kathy Lang Martha Macy Carol Maxwell Milton Quam Sara Thomas Nina Woods MARTHA QUAM President INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS LEAGUE The International Relations League is composed of stu- dents interested in international affairs. The state organi- zation holds an annual conference on the University of Oregon campus in which the Eugene High members par- ticipate. This year the topic for discussion was the attitudes foreign countries have towards the United States. AX-ENTS The Ax-ents was organized this year to give girls ex- perience in being hostesses. Members of the club served at banquets, luncheons, school dinners and teas. 5 ' CAROL MAXWELL President President: Carol Maxwell Vive President: Darlene W'altman Secretary: Ellen McMurtry Treasurer: Janet Henning Advisor: Miss Masson Alice Wiedrirh Janet Barker Marie Crowther Deanna Davis Sandra Horton Joanne Lettau Jane Martin Beverly Sage Jeanine Schmitt Carmen Simmons Donna Tift Connie Ayotte Patti Bertrand .loan Bissell Diane Blakley Carol Buford Carol Cykler Mayme Dodge Cheryl Dudley Elizabeth Follett .Ioyr-e Mc-Cullough Ardene Myrmo Katherine Price Margo Ross Marilyn Richmond Sue Smith Barbara Soward Caroline Watkins Jeanette White Betty Jean Willett I47 PATSY BOYLES W? , , ' I President President: Patsy Boyles Vice-President: Gerry Taylor Secretary: Bonnie Renken Advisor: Miss Hayes Idris Aydelott Joan Bailey Gayle Christianson George Clark Irma Coe Mary Dirimple Doris Ferrell Elizabeth Greer Eva Hausen Sharon Hill Darlene Huffman Dorothy Jackson Shirley .lessen Dorothy Jordan Patti Kimberling Lenora McEwen Olive Manning Nonna Miller Roberta Mortensen Betty Murphy Earlene Myers Sheila Olson Darlene Peake Marilyn Pedersen Cerrie Renken Dorothy Skorpen Deanna Spink Deloris Templeton Mary Weber Doris Yates Beverly Addleman Jean Armstrong Sue Barham Lee Buchanan Anita Casey Hazel Chamberlain Nancy Cochran Arlene Cox Marie Crowther Marlene Dixson Janis Fosnaugh Sylvia Grancorvitz Rae Haskell Joyce Kinkade Shirley Kopp Sally Lemery Betty McCay Ramona Mackrill Bonnie Jean Niemo Billie Palanuk Connie Palmateer Helen Pederson Ruth Poston Janet Randle Mary Royer Carmen Simmons Pat Skene Virginia Spausta Lillie Smith Myrna Starr Janet Stevenson Vikki Teare Delores Vaughan Arlene Workman Carol Zimmerman Carolyn Bell Sue Hamilton nh FUTURE BUSINESS LEADERS OF AMERICA This year the Future Business Leaders of America he came a part of the state and national F B L A Thelr maln project for the year was the study of ohtalnlng and holding a job. This study included speakers, films, and panel dlS cussions. Business meeting of F.B.L.A ANITA ALLEN President President: Anita Allen Vice-President: Sonya Meyers Secretary: Marbara Fenn Treasurer: Mary ,lane Eldridge Advisor: Mr. Dedman Marcia Cameron ,loan Finlayson Maron Lyons Carolyn Miller Morrice Corley Kim Erdman John McCinney Ramona Mackrill LeRoy Richardson Sonja Sweitzer Carol Zimmerman Nancy Dobson Mayme Dodge Carol Hollister Ed .lohnson Linda Jones Arlene Sayles Sandra Stewart Phyllis Willcutt Virginia Wilson FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA Students interested in the teaching profession, mission- ary service, and social work are members of the Future Teachers of America. This club strives to give its mem- bers a thorough understanding of the fields of education and to create in them the qualities of personality and character which are the foundation of successful teaching. UTURE HOMEMAKERS OF AMERICA The Future Homemakers of America is an organization whose main function is to interest and instruct its members ln the art of home conomics, The many activities of this GERRIE RENKEN club include giving aid to needy families, holding Mother,s Teas, going Christmas caroling and having skating parties. President President: Gerrie Renken Vice-President: Bonnie Renken T W. Secretary: Mary Dirimple Historian: Marilyn Pederson Advisor: Mrs. Wormington Virginia Berry, Joan Blanton Beverly Braun Mary Dirimple Shirley .lessen Judy Johnson Carolyn Ketchum Marilyn Miller Bettly Murphy Marilyn Pederson Doris Pearson Bonnie Renken Gerrie Reuken Deloris Templeton ' Beverly Sage Doris Yates Beverly Addleman jaunita Brabham Carla Chamberlain Marlene Dixon Lillian Harrington Francis Mueler Connie Palmateer Kay Woods Joyce McCullough Janice Van Cleve 149 TED BARBEE President President: Ted Barbee Vice-President: Ron Ridnour Secretary: James Drew Treasurer: .lim Spicer Reporter: .lolln McKinney Sentinel: Curtis Meyers Advisor: Mr. Makinson Bill Admire Kirk Babcock Ted Barbee .lim Drew Bob Edminston David Beeson Tom Jeffries Franklin Knight John McKinney Curtis Meyers Ron Ridnour Jim Spicer Roger Streeter Bob Stockdall Bill Johnson Gary Bliss Lyle Borup Leonard Browning .lary Gaskill Cary Hanson Alvin Kelm .lack Kienzle David Mulkey Richard Reece Showcase display at school to advertise National F.F.A. Week. FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA The Future Farmers of America is an organization open to all boys interested in agriculture. The purpose of the club is expressed in their creed: 6'Learning to do, Doing to learn, Earning to live, Living to servef' Among their ac- tivities for the year were a speech contest, parent-son banquet, and participation in the county and state fairs. Display at the fair. BILL AUSTIN Co-editor Advisor: Miss Gibson Don Peterson Bill Austin Phyllis Pierson Ben Coffe Annette Quillen Chuck Landskroner Al Jones .Ioan Kraus Dawnna Renfro Beverly Jacobs Sue Kehrli Cynthia Foskett Dave Doty Georgia Aird Julie Sorenson Craig Tomlinson Laren Ogle DON PETERSON Co-editor E' EUGENE HIGH SCHOOL NEWS Every two weeks a report of all recent happenings and a preview of coming events was furnished the students by the E.H.S. NEWS. This year the newspaper was completely revised, changing to a larger size, and new lay-out. Our paper is now the largest high school paper in the state, thus giving the students the greatest amount of pictures and news ever published in one year. Quantity was matched by quality, as the paper received the rating of second best in the Northwest, presented by the Columbia University Scholastic Press Association. .pq- AMBASSADORS Students who are interested in Christian fellowship are welcome to join the Ambassadors. The aim of this non- denominational group is to win others to Christ. At the meetings there are special entertainment and speakers. The many activities of the club include the giving of Christ- mas baskets to needy families at Christmas time, Christmas caroling, an annual assembly and a Junior-Senior Banquet held for those who do not care to participate in the prom. HENRY CODDARD Manager Lynda Jones Donna Lange Donna Parrish Beverly Schroeder Wanda Stone Joyce Williamson .lennette Mathiesen Marilyn Davies Virginia Goddard M. McClaneban Marilyn Miller Barbie Nicholai Carole Maxwell Marlene Rulliam Joan Kraus Bonnie Andreason Juanita Niemie Mary Royer Carla Chamberlain Marlene Dixon Carol McKeon Reva Ann Johnson Darlene Humphries Shirley Spicer Donna Brown Patsy Walker Doris Pearson Ruth Barber John McGinty Ann Stockman Marvel Graybeal Ron Hall Sandra Jennings Arden Jayne George Hemphill Nancy Burkhart Avonelle Halsell Beverly .l2C0bB President: Betty Murphy Vice-President: Thelma Hutchins Secretary: Carolyn Parsons Treasurer: Sonja Sweitzer Advisor: Mr. Odom Ruth Barber Flora Barker Joan Finlayson Jim Fuller Bonnie Hoogstad Thelma Hutchins Sandra Jennings Jerry Kater Carolyn Ketchum SCHOOL STORE BETTY MURPHY President Doris Pearson Haroldine Yancey Doris Yates Darlene Clark Morrice Corlay Rolfe Crabb Evelyn DeMoss Marlene Dixson Ernest Ettlich Jo Fandrem Sharon Harris Isaphine Jennings Joan Lettau Carolyn Parsons Gwen Patterson Mary Ann Perdue ,lim Quick Sheila Ruppel Beverly Sage Sonja Sweitzer Frances Anderson Maureen Church Verlin Crowe Gene Gilbert Betty Johnson Jackie Keller Muriel Levos Charles Morris Judy Villbrant Leo Waldalhl Phyllis Willcut Leilani Woods Horace Yates Advisor: Mrs. Bamhart The school store run by the retail selling clas- ses has benefited all the students throughout the year. Found in the store are all kinds of school supplies, candy, and Axe Handles sold by the student workers. The school store has been open before s c h o ol in the morning and all through the day. The members of the retail sel- ling classes have gained experience in this worth- while project. Advisor: Mr. Harrison Marcia Cameron Judy Earle Florence Jarvis Mirdza Lincaitis Mary Lee Magnuson Sharon Meyer Gloria Nordstrom Elaine Obemolte Marilyn Readen Patsy Walker Janet Barker Patricia Berg Anita Casey Hazel Chamberlain Rose Daniels Blanche Drew Mary Eldridge Shirley Jackson Joan Long Billie Palanuk Donna Quam Janet Rogers Pat Shaver Shirley Tennant Dolores Vaughan Lorna Webster Nan Wood Sue Barker Jessie Bethel Maureen Church Juanita Conner Carol Cykler Pam Danner Mayme Dodge Marsha Gardner Judy Mawley Carol Hendricks Deanna Hollister Jeanette Ingell Karen Mickelson Ellen Miller Eileen Nutter Kathryn Richmond Carolyn Risley Anita Schaefer Margy Shreeve Barbara Sprague Carol Swanton Deanna Vaughn Leilani Williams Patty Wrigglesworth GIRLS' CHOIR The Girls' Choir spent a very active year fulfilling many singing invitations. They sang at various schools besides taking part in school assemblies and the Hairston Festival in the spring. A successful year was finished under the direction of Mr. Harrison. Girls' Choir rehearsing for Christmas programz PURPLE PI PERS Dorothy Gamblin Wilson Barber Betty Herrman Bob Huffman Jane Reilly Jerry Holloway Sylvia Drury Romey Armes Frances Meuller Richard Goheen Sue Fox Dayton Krogstad Ron Lodge Shirley St.Clair Nola Ferguson Ruby Hart Jim Peterson Advisor: Mr. Brockway ORCHESTRA JOAN FINLAYSON President President: Joan Finlayson Vice-President: Romey Armes ' Secretary: Sharon Barker Advisor: Mr. Tweedie Glen Renken Zene Steward Ernest Zuber Marlene Martin Carolyn Miller Willa Morris Don Peterson Judy Schweppe Karen Shreeve Kay Williams Gary Wilson Diana Antone Jean Babcock Lloyd Churchill Martha Crumroy Pat Felker Marilyn Hayden Bob Huffman Isapbine Jennings Alice Stanford Patsy Tranberg Frances Anderson Varlin Crowe Nancy Dobson Ellen McMurty David Mulkey Ardene Myrmo Katherine Price Carolyn Vaaler Phyllis Willcut 154 Remember the nursery rhyme about Tommy Tucker having to sing for his supper? Well, maybe Tommy wasn't a Piper, but in that respect he certainly could have been. The Purple Pipers is a singing group, organized four years ago, with the idea of having a group ready to sing whenever they were called upon for such things as teas, men's club meetings, P.T.A. meet- ings, assemblies. and so on. This year the Pipers have carried a full schedule and have performed for a wide variety of groups. Under the guidance of Mr. Brockway, they have again com- pleted a successful year. i During the year the orchestra, under the direction of Mr. William Tweedie, played on the Kaufman Sunday Theater and also took part in various musical programs. In the spring they presented their annual concert with Wayne Angel of Portland as the guest soloist. t A CAPPELLA CHOIR A Cappella was unusually busy this year. They sang in the annual Christmas program at the bank and also one at school. They took part in a musical program at Cal Young, presented by the music department. The group sang for various lodges around town and demonstrated the school's music program for various businessmen. The choir helped plan and took an active part in the Hairston Assembly and festival. The A Cappella followed tradition by again singing in the Easter Sunrise Service at Mac- Arthur Court. The Portland choirs also invited the A Cappella to be the guest choir in their annual festival. The choir sang two numbers and joined in the three mass numbers. "Deck the halls with boughs of holly . . ." sung by A Cappella. l Carolyn uew ur Shapon Dodge David Doty Sylvia Drury Kenneth Edwards Nola Ferguson Joan Finlayson Sus Fox Emogene Gjesvold Richard Coheen Edward Gray Betty Herrman Thelma Hutchins Diane Jepsen Carolyn Keutzer Jeanne Millhollen Carolyn Miller Pete Mortenson Luther Mullins Edgar Orth Doris Pearson James Peterson Martha Quam Shirley St. Clair Richard Strobeck Mary Weber Wilson Barber Kay Beatty Martha Crumroy Evelyn DeMoss Jo Fandrem Romey Annes Dorothy Gamblin Jennie Gravely Ruby Hart Jerry Holloway Bob Huffman Michael Kelly Ronald Lodge Arnett McDowell Shirley McNabb Carol Minor Frances Mueller William Pilchford James Quirk Roger Sauer Donnana Smith Shardell Twedt Bolt Bashford Carol Buford Jane Carter David Lyons William Muhr Mel Olson David Powers Beth Teague Virginia Lee Barbara McGee 155 BAND President: Idris Aydelott Vice-President: Kermit Jorgenson Secretarv-Treasurer: Dorothv Rizner Advisori Mr. Miller ' IDRIS AYDELOTT The Band again supported the football and basketball teams by turning out for all the games. They also played in uniform for our District Tournament and State Basket- ball Tournament games. The Band marched in parades, entertained guest bands, and participated in Pep Assem- blies during the year. President Ruth Barber Ruth Ann Bennett Wernald Christiansen Eileen Dawson Maureen Ferguson Ed Gray Larry Hershiser Orville Holmes Bonnie Hoogstah Sandra Jennings .Ierolyn Kater Carolyn Ketchum Pete Mortensen Larry Nelson Duane Powers Judy Schweppe Larry Smith Phillip Thomas Don White z Bob Bendshadler Lertis Chapman Marie Crowther Evelyn Demoss Monroe Hamilton Sharon Harris Mike Kelly Larry Kuhnhenn Ed Leeper Michael Mayo Kurt Molholm Bob Newsom Yvonne Noble Carolyn Parsons Gwen Patterson Mary Ann Perdue Steve Puett Jim Quick Marvin Rexius Ronald Ridnour Jeanine Schmitt Wilma Sharp Mary Ann Smith Edris Soleim Richard Strobeck John Vaaler Marvin Wheeler Nan Wood Dick Anstein Dan Archibald Guy Aydelott Bill Bostick Jerry Brindle Duane Brotherton Williams Burroughs Barbara Carlton Lee Carter Max Chancellor Bob Cox Darlene Dayton Margaret DuPuis LeAnn Elwood .lean Gilbert Ronald Gillespie Burl Croff Larry Harrington David Hearn Carol Hollister Gary Hughes Bill Jacoby Steve Keutzer Jack Kienzle Barbara Knox Kathy Lang Lee Mclntyre Kenneth McKim Larry Moore Bob Parker Mike Patterson Conrad Pfeiffer Milton Quam David Quivey Bill Reiersgaard Sarah Thomas Terrence Thomas Leo Waldahl Barbara Waln Jackie Welch Max Whipps Dewain Zuber Earnest Zuber 156 DEBATE Advisor: Mr. Allison Known throughout the school as expressing themselves any and all subjects, the debate squad has taken part in of its most Sllf'CPSFflll years. They have surpassed all records by taking fifteen speech trophies at de- tournaments in Oregon and Washington. g'Harold's worked hard for their honors under the guidance of Allison., debate coach. The junior debaters. The "mighty" senior debaters. Hazel Chamberlain Richard Cleveland Wally Cummins Rolfe Cuthbert Katherine Dixon Nancy Dodge Alice Dormer David Doty Ernest Ettlich Cynthia Foskett Richard Coheen Dorothy Camblin Ben Goffe Dennis Hellesvig Betty Herrman Don Hodgkinson Bob Huffman Diane Jepson Al Jones Dayton Krogstad Charles Landskrone Ed Leeper Bob Legan .loan Long Audrey MrAttee Don Maier Marsha Meyers Sonya Meyers Rirhard Minkler David Moursund Carrie Moorhead .lane Reilly Donna Roberts Karen Shreeve Virginia Spausta Gerry Taylor Carol White Tom Williams Phyllis Wonnington l' 157 Q-Qi' MN 0 an 0, E-91.8 wind c G09e dl 0 e be x 9556 m 'Y 1 e 6 X 0 osals fm' Change 1 1 L PTOP we and an abt! e A 1spi7ZZ7t7ljE0tfZf5n togetftxlwn won g 0 t tes ef' X to x tw mv Sffmdfwd of a S a 98 '90 O9 N A Aspects of the e 1 XG. ft 0 Present System S I ts the' state of lz e that none n 0 uc t are happy but by the antzctjmtzon of X G 0 bi 0 han e The change ztsflf tv nothmg X 5 N5 when we have made tt the next wash Q. 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UNCLE SAM SAYS ITS OKAY TO PRINT A PHONEY BUCK AS LONG AS IT DOESNT LOOK LIKE THE REAL THING SO WHETHER IT S HUNDREDS OR THOUSANDS CALL ON Qulck Same? LLTIIO PUNT Co Smce 1912 QQQ Q 12111 AVE ,,.. Xwx XX one of the northwests fmest stores 2101 EUGENE S FASHION CENTER H ,, .IQ L9 ' I HT' .Wg- ' UI? III' A A MW -'li .-' - ,ah , L f ,4 ' T -' ' - - - -Q, N I .I I 1 a x ' . I Il I I . . ,. I I I I ' l , , I . I US. I I I I T .. . 4 T T 9 l 0 Q . 5 5 S SF . 1 I E Xxx In 5"-Q, ' . 7 : 5 ' -A ."'+..: 5 , QS My 5 ' 1 ,- ' ' I f : F Qy WXNYHM 1 .. pxg .QQ 5 x Aw 2 '21 I if R 19 Q X XI DWR? ' A .-..., gx--yrxb 1 . 1,5 'X mv- I ,,4, X 0 B I Q-.wus Q. -.......,..,- N ! Sho Mll f t r Y J ANTZEN h J0llNNY S HIUHFIELD YEHVICE ljonw R KNITTFR PROP, W e glue 9 62' H freen Stamps WHITE STAG Black 68' lui l l9tll Phone 5 9136 5 4344 yM y P PLEASE A We can be of help S pplymg FINE QUALITY BAKERY GOODS ond SPECIAL CAKES Rosebud Bakery ss w Brood ay Phone 4 8216 THEY Mafkef B'ke'Y MADE Youn ANNUAL Possum. Publ c Market Phone 5 4141 CONGRATULATIONS CLASS of 54 Westwood Lumber Sales 1920 Franklln Blvd EUGENE 7 1 I , I , . p i er's or names ha mean qualit always. - - - - swim suits sweaters T-s irts sportswear V 3 , 1' S 840 Willamette Phone - For Ever Pal For Ever arty For ny Orrasio in U . . w - i . 3 CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF '54 R8dl0 Goes Wherever You GRACE and VIULAS FLUWER SHOP CBS Raf'10AHdKERG So Stop Look And GIISICD Youll Enjoy Yourself When CONGRATULATIONS and BEST WISHES YOU Listen T0 The Best CBS and KERG The Class Of 54 CBS For K E R G Eugene Ore 1280 1000 W 4 8121 A , 6, ' 99 Nauru gif mu h .MJ ' PIRKIN 6 L 07 0 4 f :X ' CONGRATULATIONS from For The Best Buy THE C0 01" S H 0 P B I G Y A Student Owned Store Servnng Oregon Students loco E. lam On me campu- ' Go . . . ' . 9 . 9 . 1 , . To 9 Ph ' Public Market B 'ld' g , . . me V ' , .1 D-T I I .T-' I xx X X J I V X' . Q 'ro pdnruun UN Q I N '- -if H I n . Q QQ' : -.. ..-...,....,1f'- . 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No I Garage No 2 Garage 730 Hlgh St 856 Ollve St Phone 4 8322 Phone 3 3232 Eugene Oregon -Ag ,..--J Qu- co F' Petro Lone Oll Company Lets be uarm Frlends Coburg Road on Phone Ookway Drrve 4 1321 HEATING OILS Mme' COMPLETE EEEA cRusHlNG PLANTS EUGENE SPRINGFIELD TRUC EGSI' End 8I'h SI' 26m E Mom sf Dual 5 0321 Dm 7 367Q 0Crushed Rock 0Sand Gravel 0Ready Mnx Concrete EUGENE SAND and G R A V E L C 0 Re'gfgJ'mLd NRMCA MAIN orrlcs Ease End am sr. Afoncfefe SOCIOIIOVI LAllAWAY'S New Fashions for the Glrl Graduate House of Diamonds GIFTS WATCHES THE TQWNE SHOPPE EEEEEME 'EWEEEY STERLING SILVER CASTLETON CHINA 527 Main Street Springfield, 01138011 CRYSTAL 1016 Willamette St. Dial 4-3203 'E - , As ejfg, I ES . 'E ' Q ' l Where High and Highways Meet - A I is d I 50 . KS . - - , 0 Band Instruments Clarinets By Olds 81 Buescher By Buffet CONGRATULATIONS sheeuwuslc necoms supphes TO THF Mu slc CLASS UF 54 MZ HOUSE 39 East 10th Avenue Oldest, Most Complete Music Service nn Eugene NAGLE LUMBER C0 H d Serving You Wlth All Klnde Oi ea quarters mr Blllldlll Materlals From The Lumber Sportswear Capltal Of The World CBS Columbla TCICVISIOH RCCCIVCFS 82 W BRUADWAY Phone 4 9422 1845 Franklm Blvd Phone 4 3973 Eugene Ore EHSS Home for Young Men S Favorlte Styles ENGLISH skosuss PEGGERS AND cokns Town r, KING SWEATERS Colman afh and WILLAMETTE PHONE 4 9143 - I 7 :iqa I V ' u -I f f --V - - O . .U -- D -.,- 5 l X 7 , o 5 'N QQ Headquarters For Headquarters For CHINA SILVER 5,142.5 Jovan mf 5611 lD Wdg 1027 W ll '-31500 B CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF 54 SIGNAL 0lL CUMPANY FRANK C IGNES Dlstnbutor CONGRATI IATIONS CLASS OF 54 Powell Drug Co 941 RIVFR ROAD P 4 3832 PRESCRIPTIONS SUNDRIES MIIIINIJIIY and CARMICHAII DRAPERIES UPHOLSTERY MIRRORS AND PICTURES OCCASIONAL FURNITURE '17 E.:-1 Broadway Phone 4 5312 CONGRATULATIONS FROM the MILMART 639 Maw Street SPRINGFIELD, oRE INF XNTS CHILDRENS and LADIES ' APPAREL v Y .C Q. ,l to . 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Buley DISPENSING OPTICIAN 104-4 Willamette phone 4.1231 101 Eugene Medical Center Phone 4-3101 i I W' Q f fl ii? ins. ,,, 1 "'-'ij ye Edwin .51 jlemzi srone Fon MEN CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF '54 FOODLAND 661 19th Ave E Phone 4- 0323 CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF 54- Congratulatwns I lass 0 TILLMAN BOOTH CO Wholesale Plumbmg Electrlc 215 WEST FIFTH AVENUE EUGENE OREGON J CORN WARREN HARDWARE For the best ln SPORTING GOODS 81 ATHLETIC F QUIPMENT 771 WILLAMETTE ST EUGENE OREGON nwrfrs- Wlsh to Extend Congratulatlons To The Students 54 ' J . f '54 Heating Supplies of If Y 9 'Q Good Luck and .Best Wishes to you all Come back and see us - A . E . ' 'IUGINYS own STOII' is , 1 Me, Conn Leblanc King Band 'Instruments U f Q, A., M , J 5 ,NL ...... 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