Eugene High School - Eugenean Yearbook (Eugene, OR)

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I I , '- f I ,Q J -' Q ,P T ' x I ' i I I I I E I s I I QCINVA -JP 'F-W-i Li' Y' rv DEAN W MICKELWAIT PRINCIPAL Studentc and teachers allke recognlze Mr MlCkClW3ll s outctandlng leadershlp but many do not realize the extent of h1 responalbllltles As prlnclpal of Eugene Hugh he coordlnates all the school s actlvltlea presldes ox er the admlnlstratlve council maklng all flnal dec1s1onQ eoncernmg the currlculum and teachera awlgnments PHFIICIPHICQ ln all the pollcw maklng groups and organlzea the entlre schedullng procedure of all 1800 E H S Gtudenta Among hls many extra CllI'I'lClll2iI' actlvltles are the Eugene Cleemen the State Prlnelpal Afaoclatlon and the lmoarcl memherQh1p of the National Honor Soviets Alwava consulerate and under tandln he I9 a prlnupal ln whom Pugene Hlgh wlll contmuc to take gre at prlflf N 'Nlr and Nlr Nlllkt lssalt ln tht lr home l 5 l ' f f , 4 A ' ' 5 ff' ' . .L . , A -.i , g f ' 1 ' ' lg - , L 'Q A . XX . M O . . . , V . W . . ...., " 7 . S u u u n 1 c . X . - . , l, S , . . . . M9 ' 9 9 . . . I 9 V r he , ., i 1 ' .. 2 -f ' I 7 9 ' x. . . Y. 4 4 S , . . . . . . , I . 1 I . n V f. h wr' N n.,.' - V' 'Q . 3' . "Af A - 1 N . b 3 rr . I I. ADMINISTRATORS W e extend a areuell grec tmg to thc graduating, Seniors It 19 our wish that ln school you haze ounrl those experlenees whzch wlll help you meet the strange new arts o all your tomorrows Our best ulshes go zuth you RAY HENDRICKSON PAUL F POTTER NINAZ KITTS VICE PRINCIPAL VICE PRINCIPAL DEAN OF GIRLS X if 4 ,e' 2 'f ' .. . q 5 . 'rf A ' fi ' U-w 1111 i ABBY ADAMS 1.i""' HAROLD W ALLISON LOYD M AMICK 'NIINS -XD XWIN Henl of Forelgn language Departme-nt Frenfh Laun Qpanl h -Mlusor Fremh Club Honor Women 'NIR AIIIQON Nouul Problem L Q HI lorw Adu or Dobule aml Publu Qpfvllxlllg NIR ANIIFK Phs ual Eilllldllfill Xrlu or E Club Heful Football fmuh JY truck MRS YNDREW9 Nflllll lroblem l Q Huston NIR XPI IN Nmml Illlflg W0rl1lHlt0rw -Mlxl or Rnflf- Club 'NIRN API IN Fngll ll ll Fllgll hI Ill l7 MISNHXRKFR Fngllih ll L Q H1 tory N0u.1lLnlng Sophomore L un flor N lu or AY ent 'HRS B XRNH -KRT RPt'1ll Nflllllg -Mlm or Qrhool Ntore N BFALOW Fngll ll f P Rwnlmg cu nr Fugcnvln F T A c0Clllll"lTllll Nhnol lhnfe Lnnlnllltu 'URN BFRRFNI KN I' gli ll ll unlor l foun elnr GLENN R APLIN f BARBARA BARKER ALICE BARNHART RUTH HILL BEACON ff BERNICE B ANDREWS VERNA L APLIN SEVILLA BERREMAN 9 f -, - - -51:54 Li E 1 ,. 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Pl x ll Allxl or 51 lellfe Club 'NIR IJ 'Nl f ETT Fremh IIIIIII NIINI or Iilllll Club Rllly Fqulnl Held I olfCo1uh MADGE CHILCOTE RALPH C COLLINS EMERY L BRUNS NNJOL IRNNKI LAWRENCE L DAGGETT " "I - l I Q, 2 ?,.."' .f , J.,, . YNlI.'f' T 2 1 0 1' li ' 0 ys'f'1l .1 4'1 'll l 1 '1 . 1' 'l ' Edu- 1'1l' 1 I H 1IlI: All 'R : ILA. ,-. . . . D: . 1-' 1 "1 1 " , 1" Illflg A Q . "s : ' "1 .'1 '. . . I' 1- ': . , 5. " ' I .1 -vs IVI sl. IG 115s ' I ' 1 . !-11- 's. 1 . '1'.': 1 ' " I I. Pl' ,Q ' - 1 f 1 "s : Sk' Cl I. INIR. BRI FH: l'Il,fi1-s. ' I gy: . l"s : ,I-N 1- 1 I 1 ' . . . A Y .1 '1 1 ' '1 . ' ' ' , I lg' '1 ' ' 1 -1 1 .- 1 "fu : ez I 1 ' I ff I 1' ' . ' 1 F. 1 . . . .': .' "1 . v E .' I e ' L 1 - V. ' . . . . . S. L, . . . . . I B Q a . ' 5, . ' ' 'S . ". a . . . 1 . . . . 1 .' 1 '1 . . . l .. '1 ' ' . l'S.'!-1. "s ' . I -. 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C: .f. 's jg, 1' :,. . l I' W ' I K X I V 1 L . ' . , W 3 .A :' V 1' ' sri l . : ' ' , , I 'I ' MR. KERLEY: Algebra II, Basic Math, Geometryg Advisor:,I.C.C. MR. KERNS: I I A ,I :RA It I. IM- 3, : 'I L ',. ' v I - A SMH' I , . Vi , -L O., I -. . J ' wt mf at X . N u- N' X fs LILLIAN LYNCH OLA M MCDERMOTT CLOYD B MAKINSON MRS LYNCH Srhool Nurse MISS Mc-DFRWIOTT Plane Geometry Algebra II Practncal Math AdYlS0f Avtnme Commlttee 'VIR WIAKINSON Yocatlonal Agrleul ture 10 ll 12 Advisor F F A MISS IVIALLERH Bookkeeping I0 ll Adusor Pep Club Budget and Fmance Commlttee MR IVIALLERY Head of Arts and Crafts Depart ment Arts and Crafts I0 Art 1012 Adusor Paletteer MISS MASSOIN Engllsh ll Advl or Clrls League MR MELLEM Phy lcal Eduvatxon and Health I0 Il Adusor Head Baseball Coach JV Basketball Coach MR IVIICKELSON Head of Industrial Arts Department School Servlre Woodworklng ll 12 AIlWlS0l' E H S Axemen MR MILLER Band ,Iumor Symphony MISS MILLER Soclal Problems V' ROY W MALLERY i. 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NORA ROBERTSON ROY RUTTER OSCAR F SCHAAF LYLE SMALL NIRN ROBFRTSON Biology Adu or Blolop fluh NIR RLTTER Drner F4luc1l10n .1n4l Tralnln NIR QKHAXF He-111 of xI'llhPll"llllI Ueplrlment Feometrx Irllermeflldlf- Wlrlhc-mains Algebra I 'NIR NNI-XII Wurlcl HI lorx 9011.11 IlXlI1g fl YI or N-mor CII NIR QNIITH -Kr! zlnrl frxfl 10 fflfl I0 ll f'qnPr.1I Me-ml 'N N TRI 'TY I N HI lorv Fllgll h 'NIR TWFFIJIF Oulu tru NIR W XRNER Qoual ro Ilwm xx or Ioollm C 0 ll h Noplmlnnrf- B I lu th Ill Junior n nun o or lIxI'Nf ull nm urlfl I Iorx Nl or up EARL E SMITH LOIS SPARKMAN .I-il GLEN 1-Rus-ry WILLIAM TWEEDIE cscn. WARNER GERALD WEBKING l I5 , 1, gf, Y .fl A 5 2' .' ,J R", A . ' ,, 44 ' ' ' 5 Y 1 - A 'su ' , - - . R ""' Iwi F- ' ' 1 Y I I I I I : X ' .4-. ' I . ,7 V ,- 'I 'E :.' ' ' aff. . . :. - la - . fx f , , I' ' . . 5. .IRQI L - SPARKMAN: Shorthand I, Typing I, Offive 51414-llim-az .Mlximrz Junior Claws. MR. 9 ': A 1, , 's . . . , . .: ' -I z. . . .- .I z , " I ' P I ,I A114 :Hi-Y. J. V. f .ll 11-.5 , I . - Br-J I' C s-I . NIR. WEI ' I' 2: So-'I If " g, W IIE .': .-Ml 'R : Ski Cl I, I,R.I,. .... , I . ' ' I Q' I v L f f , I , if V I ' Q V I I I I I I o- XI Q - , - - I I AY! 1 ,4-, dl! -ii VIRGINIA WEST .I ALAN wlcxl-IAM NAN wlLcox NS WFHT Fng.Il I1 II 51 llll I1 I Arn or "amor CII Q Spam I1 Club WIC KHANI W orI4I H1 tory Sm 1 II IlSIlIg MIM or Sophomore CI1 MISS WII I OX Phu ual Eflurltmn ln1I I'If1ItI1 Mhz or Intr1mur1I Tumbling Team MRS WII IIAMN Hemi of N ull Suuue Dqnrlnufnt L 5 H1 torx MR9 WII 'VIOT U 5 H1 tory AIYIQOI' I R I MRS WORMINFTON Honlemaklng 1012 Hou e Furm h lngs Advisor FH X wil, if gl- MILDRED WILLIAMS VEOLA P WILMOT BETTY WORMINGTON --qigg LL! 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I wish all of you the best of luck, and we will see each other again one of these days. 1 'S QIQHP 1 Z CP1UCIKI4Ad.E VICE PRESIDENT ff. , ,,, f -1" kgs --o-'Ng Nwgjwo- PRESIDENT JEAN BABCOCK HISTORIAN STUDENT BODY OFFICERS CAROL MCKEON SECRETARY as '!"""' ,,,O T PAT BROWN SONJA SWEITZER DOUG MCKAY GARY GEERSTEN LEVI SMITH TREASURER TREASURER AUDITOR AUDITOR MANAGER I9 Row I levl Smlth Farley Mauull ihu1k Hale kdflll Olsen Janet lrrett Donna Roberta Ruby Hart Evon Woodb Row ll Sandy Kruger Phyllls Wormlnglon Joy1e Jusllre Carol Maxwell Sandy Dlrlmple Dlane Wiolllrk JUJIIIIJ Lonnor lxalhrsn RlfhHl0nll llorla Alllson Helen Pederson Row lll Qonja SWPIIZCT Carol 'NI1k1-1m lerrw Moore Donlnna Hmllll Boll Huffm ln Dune Ruthv1n Ron lodge Lonnle Ayotle Sharon Bru1e Judy Hawlev Donnetle Lopuson Charlene Wormlngton Nanu Halton Nuzanne Jette Janet Trueblood Lou Ann Fenn Pulls B1-rg Lu1y Hart Doug McKay Row IW Due Lyons Blll lVIuhr Ed Bennett lnrry Hugh1-S Ken H01 gkln on Blll Nlarlu Pele lx ng Blll llvrne Dave Powell 5t1s1 lx l ll fwoff1 l l llll Ill w lllll Rler Lllfll Lrne l Llllnh STUDENT COUNCIL 1 fl Ill llllll IUII wsa N lll f1 1 llln IU 1X , 1 . -f 1 1 x lllf n 1 on llllliilrld l 1 l. llxlllg go Ulll ll l lll . 1 1 III1 1 lII'l f 1 D I 1 ll 1 1. 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Z0 LUNQTITLTION CUNINIITTEF Row I Patti C rubhe ,lean Babcock Stexe 'Noslfr ,Io Tas lor Row II Farley 'Ilaxwell ,Ifrrw 'IIarks STUDENT COMMITTEES The general behavlor of E H S students frequently ralsed mlscellaneous problems The POTICICS and PFHCIICCS Commlttee dlscussed many such problems, eg the parklng lssue and the lunchroom behavlor., and referred them to student councll for a flnal declslon Newly organlzed thls year, the SOCIHI Com mlttee purposed to promote a better morale among E H S students by encouraglng their partlclpatlon recreatlonal actlvltles The members were 1 charge of the successful student body dance Penthouse Serenade and the various sox dances held durlng the year The Budget and Flnance Commlt In the fall the committee worked out a budget estlmatlng the Income and allocatlng the expendltures for the school wear The committee also handled the dlSI.I'lIlllIl0Il of the conces slons t various school organlzatlons that each would earn a proportlonate amount of monev The Assembly Commit ee prevlewed all the school assemblles held dllflflg the year The members met as often a necessarv to discuss dates, okay scripts and make declslons about the assemblles Students partlclpate ln an all school 010011011 ACTIVITIES COMMITTEE Rowl Kav Beatty Mr Hendrick Gerry Moore Stan Hayden 'VIr Calahan Mlss McDermott . ., . . . . . in . V If n n n . A in 4X I H ' 'f I g ' ' tee controlled the expenditures of the student body funds. ,,. ,,. I . " . . I", . ' o ' s ' ' ' . so ' . 5 V: 1 g M 2 , 1 .',t . I S, 1' . ,f 1 ,L . ,ii D-v POLICY CONINIITTEE 'OU AL FOVWTTFF H I Wlllw fumnun 1111 Rnhmnml WH on Howl RW Xtlun on Julnltl lonner Row ll Phwlll Whltllker Inf-ll: Row I Dan Ch en Rub' lr Fhrl len on Ron Imlge Jfrhll fi lm Barber Ro almd Hork ASEILNIBLX LOVINIITTFE Bl IN FT 'AND IIN KN! F l0'SlNIITTPF Row I Kalhw Dlxon Dnn.mn.1 Smith Karol 'VMKQ-on Dune llc-xk Phwllls Andrew Maureen I hurvh Rav. II John Fu taf on CIIUILA Hale lm W I "1 km 'mm' "mm 'I nm" H 'HH' "W Bohm- Len Qmnh II 'Sir 'Hn Ln Ivan U mug, 'Wah as 9 llljl NMQ'll1 lr L V -, ' Q- . ,. . ,f, . y - 0' ' .N -v " - . - r k . " ' -x . . 6 -,, K , ,.- 1 5 11 N 2' ' 0 ' X 'V w 5 ' x I .n f f 6. . ' , . .-' 's.l.' 'V , 'S ':':-.b"- . :HI . ' I ,' S 1 ' - - ' . S s . . '. If - Q F. , , ".r . Y 1, :. .iv . - Y . , N. K ' .. , J' Rc ' :f1a1rw'4n-vrlf' . "Z - z.Pa B . 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JERRY MARKS PRESIDENT NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY CHARACTER LEADERSHIP SCHOLARSHIP SERVICE CHARACTER LEADERSHIP is BONNIE BRUNKEN JEAN BABCOCK MARGARET CARLEY Y 4"" JANET BARKER RICK CLEVELAND 173' KARL BARNARD KATHERINE DIXON KAY BEATTY PRESIDENT KIMBALL ERDMAN JO FANDRUM DOROTHY GAMBLIN BEN GOFFE MYRNA HENDRICKSON EMILY HUSTUN 40 5 T I Z3 " "fi W 1 I ,F - K 4- 49 , I T W 1 ' H - Q - I f 4- a ,E e. L X SCHOLARSHIP SERVICE CHARACTER LEADERSHIP SCHOLARSHIP SERVICE il' P SHIRLEY KOPP MARILYN KURTZ JOAN LONG SONYA MEYERS KAREN MOKE CARRIE MOORHEAD Jig td 'E DONANNA SMITH LEVI SMITH VIRGINIA SPOUSTA CHARACTER LEADERSHIP SCHOLARSHIP DOUGLAS MC KAY BOB NEWSON ALICE STANFORD CAROL MC KEON SUZANNE SCHOLZ SONJA SWEITZER I , 1 sv 4.. M -sf , , I i i h - , I cr sw I I sp lv, A THE GRADUATES SPEAK 1 GLORIA ALLISON JOHN ALLISON JERRY ANDERSON LORNA ANDERSON ROBERT ANDERSON BILL ANDREWS PHYLLIS ANDREWS DONNA ANGST JAMES ANKENY JOEL ANKENY IANE ANTONE JEAN ARMSTRONG 53 42 ! , 1 Q iN 1:7 , N Cx i i -5 no 1-' 7- i 2 af' Ql- 'Sari -1 i b MARLENE AAS BEVERLY ADDLEMAN CAROLYN AGERTER KEITH AKERS AMADO ALDARACA HARVEY ALLEN JUDY ASH GERRY ALJGUSTINE CAROL BABCOCK JEAN BABCOCK WILSON BARBER JANET BARKER I N I fl ' . - Q 'Q 'ch-' 9 ' 0 . "- -' T .' AV I X N RQ I ' - I . I 4 f It I I, ix 4, gI gx ' I 3- I A f Q' sa 4 63 - -I N -C V L ,f X' SHARON BARKER KARL BARNARD GORDON BARNES FRANK BARTON JOHN BASSETT KAY BEATTY THIS IS THE END AND YET WE JUST BEGIN: 7 IT' is GC if bf it-'Vx GRETCHEN BOSSE RICHARD BOLJDREALJ JAMES BOWERS ELLEN BOWMAN WILLIAM BOYER JUANITA BRABHAM T Z 7-.1 1' i i ,Q 3 9: 9 DAVID BEESON " RON BEEZLEY 5 DBERT BENSHADLER RALPH BENNETT NANCY BENTLEY PATTY BERG JOHN BERNS BARBARA BERRY JOLENE BEVARD FRANK BLAIN DARIL BLAKE LENEA BONNEY H I 6 Q R : g 5. .x ' F - I Pu A I '77 I fa. Q 3, f ' 1' ' 4 ' Fx' fw QI G' - ! W s. s I I xN Q I HIT If A R p . ' .Q V, - 45 ' ...SQ C Q "' s 6- , , I P Il PAUL BRONSON GERALD BROOKSBY DEANNA BROWN JESSE BROWN PATRICIA BROWN PATSY BROWN ROBERT BROWN BOYD BRUMLEY BONNIE BRUNKEN LORENA BUCHANAN SHARON BULLAT PAT BURGESS ALL OF OUR LIVES ARE INCOMPLETE AND YOUNG TT 51 1' " 315. Wo Y' O ,vo O 'Dx QPXI Q--v 2? Y ? JACK BRADLEY BARBER BRADWAY RONALD BRENNEMAN LEROY BRENT ELLEN BRINES BERTA BRISSENDEN Y' -me WILLIAM BYRNE DOROTHY CADMAN RON CAMERON G CAMPBELL MARGARET CARLEY ALAN CARLSON I ce . 7 ' , 1 I 'F u f , If .O if-2 A K ' 'E' . f ' 1 f L , ATL R 1. 'Y' wi, .3 6 Q 5' W ' 4, 1 I , b IQ K I A xX A , -M 1A , IA A -6 A- ,A 5- A ' A I ' I e I I ! If V" 4 R , 'I S Q A-. A T f-' ' A , 5 si D fl ga. xjffl I' WE VE FOUGHT NO WARS NOR SEARCHED FOR HOLY GRAIL RICHARD CARLSON ALLEN CARTER JANE CARTER NORMAN CASADY JACQUELINE CASE CARLA CHAMBERLAIN i O iv is ii :E 1 1 4? LARRY COWAN ARLENE COX RALPH CRABB ELDON CRABTREE ALLAN CRAIG RONALD CRANDALL "vu, P1253 J- 1465 , Cv . ' . 5 It ,, A 2 4- ana L AZEL CHAMBERLAIN ROGER CHASE MORRICE CORLEY L CHRISTENSEN DAN CHRISTENSEN LLOYD CHURCHILL RICK CLEVELAND CAROLYN CLOW NANCY COCHRAN SHARON COOMBS PATRICIA COOPER JEAN COPPING 5 , 6 ROSE DANIELS PATTY DARKINS DEANNA DAVIS ROSALIE DAVIS DIANE DECK EVELYN DE MOSS DIANE DEVINE FAYE DEVINE GARY DINGMAN KATHERINE DIXON MARLENE DIXSON ALBERT DOAK ALL OF OUR SONGS ARE NEW AND STILL UNSUNG. 5- Y? Y Ci Q cr I j 2' Cl" 1 R ny JUDY CROSS MARIE CROWTHER MARTHA CRUMROY DICK CUMMINS WALLY CUMMINS EVERETT CUTTER QS. ROGER DOREY BLANCHE DREW EDWARD DREW LOUIS DROUET GAIL DUMM HENRY EKLUND MARY JANE ELDRIDGE ELAINE ELLIOTT JAMES EMERSON KIMBALL ERDMAN SHIRLEY ESSIG ERNEST ETTLICH JOHN FORNEY JANIS FOSNAUGH ELAINE FREDRICK C. FREDRICKSON HARVEY FREEMAN JOHN FULTON A '9' ML SUE EVANS WILLIAM EVERTS 2 ff.. KURT FALKENSTEIN RONALD FANDREY JO FANDRUM BOB FEGLES PAT FELKER LOU ANN FENN DOLORES FINCH BRUCE FINLAYSON LAURIE FISCHER FRANCES FORNEY Q: THE COLORS OF OUR CLASS. BRIGHT RED AND GREY. - V X ,1 'I I 4" A J a E yr: Z 4 I S ' N xt "' A f l I I I 'N I: "' 'ix 'Q .' I - . f I Q. 'X A f A , A A T, r ' A , Q14 I Q . 7 of 's 1 + I J I i I , A 2' 1' h x 5 C' MARIAN GOFF BEN GOFFE ROBERT GOLDSMITH SYLVIA GRANCORVITZ GEN EVIEVE GRAVELY ZELMA GREEN CURTIS GREER DEANNA GREGOR NANCY GROVE ROBERT GUBRUD ROYIA GUNTER JAMES GUSE lv. I ARE LIKE THE DAWN OF EXPERIENCES 'YI' ,I 'Q -' . 'A 'P 1' -2 K 3' 15 xf. f ,- ff-... - I 1-4 9 W ,L iw .as lv- a1"" 1 3 NEW. 'S' DOROTHY GAMBLIN RICHARD GANN DARLENE GARDNER ALICE GENTLE THOMAS GEORGE LARRY GILBERTSON 1'- BRUCE GUSTAFSON JAMES HAAG DEANNA HAGGERTY ELEANOR HALE BARBARA HALL HARRIETTE HALL , f in Ml ,I ',,- , I ' , G I , C B' A " 'A I s ' I , If j uw ,R 7 I ,, I w Ik x S " A 1 Q r I 5 , , r I A N . f X if A , . 1 gf? I X x H X . 43' S1 ' l I ' H l 4 7 V I f JOHN HALSELL NANCY HALTON HARRIETT HAMILTON MONROE HAMILTON DON HAMMOCK MARILYN HARRANG MYRNA HENDRICKSON JIM HENRIKSEN JoYcE HENSEN Jo ANNE HENSLER LENORA HERRINGER LILLIAN HERRINGTON ,Q- IVX 24: 3.4 'Q' qw-r qs- 493 DUANE HARRIS SHARON HARRIS RUBY HART CHARLES HARVEY DONALD HATFIELD G HAVERCROFT MIKE HAWKINS VAL HAWTHORNE MARILYN HAYDEN BOB HAYES BOB HELGESON DANIEL HEMPY .24 AND AS THE DAWN EVENTUALLY TURNS TO DAY a- ga ff gg 3 J A ' 5 ,Lys ' I 8 I I , , -f' ' ' , . D M I " Q' wr:-I V! l h X A I I I I N . , IX I ' 'Q X1 g A wr , gp. f ' Q , .gif - :I t- ... , I g 4, Li r A, i X F A ' Y I 5 P Q, S SANDRA HORTON DALE HOWARD BOB HUFFMAN LARRY HUGHES GORDON HULL BOB HUNT RICHARD HUNTER ODELLE HURLBURT EMILY HUSTON S'-IIRLEY JACKSON JERRY JANSEN DORIS JANZEN SO WILL OUR KNOWLEDGE CHANGE AND RIPEN TRUE in G- 1 x' I L- if I Eff' as 4 'WN' sg- Wa. r' X CHUCK HODGES KEN HODGKINSON BILL HOLLISTER JACK HOLLISTER JERRY HOLLOWAY PAT HORNING RONALD JARAS ISAPHINE JENNINGS JOAN JESKE SUZANNE JETTE ROBERT JONES .. A g, 4- Q lb- .I I ' 'I e I ' 6 I i- f' QI L 3, J D ' . I A - Y Q - ' . 1 W ' ' ' TOM JEFFRYES 75 A , r 6 9 6 X K ., . ' .f , ' 1 , N- rgb ls Q If ' A . 1 ' 1 x I D I REVA JOHNSON KERMIT JORGENSON NANCY KEEFER MIKE KELLY JUNE KELSO BOB KENNEDY Qv lbs GERALD LAING TOM LAIRD JERRY LAMB JODY LANCE JOHN LANDON BILL LANDRUM as 222' ALLEN KERNUTT PETER KING JOYCE KINKADE CLAUDIA KLANG RICHARD KLOR SHIRLEY KOPP SANDRA KRUGER L . KUHNHENN MARILYN KURT2 DIXIE KU'l'Z BUD KUYKENDALL Q- u THE PEONIES. THE FLOWER THAT WE CHOSE. , bv rt. v 'Q b I K I ' -R' 'Iv' 7' ' A I ' I I x '5 . I ' I - ' I ARLENE KERNu1'r . ui T ,J , mu' 1 K . ' I h f A' N I - L , ts JAM L A 5 - - ,V E ,I 4 gf I 4 5 0 b X I' l 9 . I V ' X Q. I -2,- LIKE OUR YOUTH IN VERY MANY WAYS R ANNETTE LEMKE BOB LEMON GARY LEWELLYN DON LEWIS RON LINDEEN ROBERT LIVINGSTON DAVE LOCKARD GLORIA LOCKHART RONALD LODGE JOAN LONG BARBARA LORENTZ JIM LOVEALL 7 T 2 T N y hx rf 1 ,an , it q F 1 ' pn. vu "? WILLIAM HUGHES SHARON LAUSE BARBARA LEE BOB LEE ROBERT LEGON JOAN LETTAU Vw JANET LOWE BEVERLY LUSK ELANO LYNN DEAN MC ALLISTER BETTY MC CAY GERALD MC CORMACK MARION MC DANIELS DOUGLAS MC KAY CAROL MC KEON JOHN MC KINNEY ANITA MC LEAN RAMONA MACKRILL THE BUD HAS NOT f'- YET OPENED. NOT YET SPOILED. 49- PDQ JAMES MERWIN CHARLES METIGER MARJORY METZGER SONYA MEYERS DAVID MILFORD MARY MILFORD Q -1' l IU- sx 1 3 -Sa 'Sv 7' I ' ,-. i REUBEN MAIER JERRY MARKS GORDON HARLATT DALE MARSHALL BETTY MART JANE MARTIN JON MASTERSON CONNIE MATHEWS FARLEY MAXWELL MICHAEL MAYO CHARLES MEINBERG VIRGINIA MERTENS QP- , I l I fi' X L 5 a ' , Q I K f x X zz I ,I , ,I Q' , . ' it L, , Q- : . 5,'l . 1 'Q 1-- ' 1 ' - I 3. ,if -5. U ' , ,, 'f ki Q - ' - 1 ' T' ' Ni X , Q .- 5. THIS ONLY HAPPENS WITH THE ADVANCE OF DAYS WE VE PLANNED H 3- GERRY MOORE KATHY MOORE CARRIE MOORHEAD MIKE MORAN CHET MORRELL C MORTENSEN FRANCES MUELLER CHARLENE MuRDocK 'ft CURTIS MYERS DENNY NELSON BOB NEWSON BONNIE NIEMOTH 1' PAUL MILLER TERRY MILLER CAROL MINOR KAREN MOKE KURT MOLHOLM JERRY MOLTZAU '34 LARRY NOBLE STEVE NOSLER LAREN OGLE GERALD OLDHAM DICK OLSEN DELORES OSBORNE AT LAST WE VE REACHED IT AND OUR THOUGHTS ARE MIXED JEANINE SCHMITI' SUZANNE SCHOLZ MARIANNE SCHUL12 PEGGY SEIPLE CARLENE SELLS FRANK SHADDY Us 'Q 'VX ?' ALAN SMITH DAVID SMITH DONANNA SMITH GILMAN SMITH KATHLEEN SMITH LEVI SMITH fx'-24+ 1 r rx- 'X 'iff w'-7 6x QS sr pf ,sr -122' 3 3 L GERALD SHANKS DORVAN SHIELDS DELBERT SHORT CAROLYN SILER CARMEN SIMMONS NORMA SINGER JERRY SKEEN PAT SKENE RAY SLAUGHTER ELVIN SLAVENS SLOTEMAKER If , ' Q. , fx 5 I ' 6. 4 f -f X - L , 'f I I f V f I Y 4 I I' L . , .G C' , "" I , 5' Q W- A -Q W ' 'ff In Mg RICHARD summons A -, ' I . Ku., 45 O I ? Q I , 5. . 'M F ' :L 1 - 5 J. f . f 1 ,xr gf Q 5 Q " M Q, 6. ' - . 1 .40 , N Et' ' A ., ' I I ' ' X WE DON'T KNOW WHETHER TO FEEL SAD OR GAY. AND THIS IS OUR MOTTO PHILLIP SORENSON JAMES SPICER VIRGINIA SPOUSTA DIANE SPURLOCK JEANETTE STAHL CHARLES STALLINGS ALICE STANFORD MYRNA STARR ROBERT STEHN ROBERT STOCKDALL SALLY STOCKMAN DONNA STODDARD ls- T' 'ON T 41. if 5 hx 'Rx 'va 5 mf '75 1. Q' LILLIE SMITH MARY ANN SMITH PAMELA SMITH SUE SMITH EDRIS SOLEIM BILL SOMMERVILLE JANICE STREETER RICHARD STROBECK LLOYD STRONG JACK STUT1 JOAN SULLIVAN NORMA SUMMERS WHAT WE BELIEVE SONJA SWEVTYER GERRY TAYLOR SHIRLEY TENNANT RICHARD TERRY OLAF THINGVAL DONNA TIFT at I' SHARON VAN LEUVEN DOLORES VAUGHN CHARLES WALKER DON WALKER DUANE WANGERIN HARVEY WANKER Sn -ll 45" f'S OUR LIFE IS WHAT WE MAKE AND WE KNOW I Y-v lv-N in jx 1 N Q1 ,,, 41 'Q' Q., 1" 1 DORIS TOBEY SYLVIA TOBIN CRAIG TOMLINSON JERRY TOY PATRICIA TRANBERG MARY TRAYLOR DAN TRIOLO JANET TRUEBLOOD EVA TUCKER LEIGHTON TUTTLE JOHN VAALER JEAN VANDERHOFF bi 'TH ,, ff 4-1 ar. . I 1" 57 - 4, - - NN ' L i . Y. . 7 1 gl 1' 6 f X x ,r Q' 'f1--- . if: I 'C' 1 X Q . y , , x, f .1 I - 'W' 1 - K .' I 3 'A 4 , G, Is, - ' 1 f I N f A A I 5' X xt I Q g ' ' ' ,' 2 4 I A I A s- I A 5 1 IT s WHAT WE DO WITH WHAT WE HAVE THAT COUNTS THE HARVEST WE REAP 3 ' DANA WHITNEY PETER WHITNEY PHYLLIS WHITYAKER RAY WICKS JIM WILLCOX TOM WILLIAMS NAN WOOD RICHARD WOOD KAY WOODS C WOODWARD 735' 60 QA ww., lf' km Q-m 30 3 Q-. HELEN WARD RICHARD WARKENTIN BILL WARREN ROBERT WATTS MARVIN WHEELER CONNIE WHISMAN ARLENE WORKMAN PHYLLIS WORMINGTON LEWIS WRIGHT SHIGEKA YAEZA BARBARA ZINIKER JOYCE ZUVER AND DREAMED AND THOUGHT OUR DREAMS MIGHT DIE SHARON OTTOSON JEAN OWNBEY BILLIE PALANUK CONNIE PALMATEER GARY PARKS CAROLYN PARSONS I RICHARD POTTER STEVE PUETT GEORGE PULLIAM DIANE PUSCAS PAT PYLAND DONNA QUAM 1- is 1? dir- 4'- "' 05- Q CN 9" 11' in GWEN PATTERSON HELEN PEDERSON DAVID PEEBLER VIRGINIA PEEK MARY PERDUE ROBERT PERDUE NANCY LOU PERRY KAREN PETERSON ,Q RICHARD PETERSEN TED PIPER BILL PITCHFORD RUTH POSTON , gl' ,- 'l.' ' n Az. 5 4 fa 'f w E 5 by , . I . K LQ KI, 1. A Lx I' , 'YN r I I x .. ,- 9 V' ' ' T ' QI I ' , I -Y 33 ,, -- X - , I 3 43 5' AI 1 I , A r f - - ' f '2IL , I f I Dia? Y ' Q a ik 1 gs '- it N B' A Ili' X tix I , X I, Ia , 'f X I - 1 MARVIN REXIUS LOREN RICE DICK RICHARDS GAIL RICHMOND RON RIDNOUR DONNA ROBERTS SUE ROBINSON JANET ROGERS GEORGE ROSSOW BEVERLY ROWLAND MARY ROYER JOHN RUBERG Q.. I Ck 'Y' 61 I., 3' i i W 1 HX JIM QUICK MOLLY QUICK ALDINE RADY JAMES RAMSEY JANET RANDLE LEROY RANKIN 1' I s JANE RUFF SHIELA RUPPLE BEVERLY SAGE SAMUELSON ROGER SAUER ARCHIE SCOTT WE'VE SPENT A LONG TIME WORKING TOWARD THIS DAY. ' Q. A 6- , -I Q if' Iuf L XI xk I .I 6- ti I 5 xt 1 HARVEY ALLEN l5an1l 13 lllusu 'Vlasters 3 Baualaureate u her 2 Brass Sex I GLORIA ALLISON Student Counfll 3 Pep Club 13 Senior Council 5 Ill I if ltu f 'tulent I unril l l Entertainment for Sophomore I u BOB ANDERSON H13 I3 fre ulent '5 I I I u I Y ue l reslr en Al it I 4 PHYLLIS ANDREWS Nlti flub 2 '5 Scienre Club I f n Hn slboo A Cal I8 .1 f irl lea ue 5 A vmlnlv tonimnnf 5 Junior from IJBIOFJIIOII DONA ANGST X A l lep Ilul l 5 Pal tturs l 5 Spam h Club 25 Spanish National Honor JEAN BABCOCK 5lllIlPIll Boch H1 torian 5 Con tltutlon and Bylaws Committee I I I I EHN New Feature utor 'N :tional Honor Norwtx 5 FTA '5 Spam h Honor NOPIEI Senior Announcement fommittee 3 WILSON BARBER Student founul Z Policies and Practice Committee 3 Nophomore founul 1 Rally Squad 5 A Cappella W1cePres1dent 13 Junior A emlIly Z XJFICIW Show 25 Purple Piper 13 Mu ic Pin Award 2 Mod ern Wlu in WI.: ter 3 JANET BARKER C A A 23 Pep Cluh 23 Inter Club longra 2 Ax Ent 2 Latin Club 3 Cirls league Representative 3 National Honor Norte-ty3 lntrimurfll '5 1 rl Cholr2 SHARRON BARKER Modern 'Nlu ll 'Sli ter 3 Junior Nwmphonw 13 Orrhe tra I3 Necretarw Treasurer 2 F B L A 91 ertil 'Alu ll 'is tril Pm Ylolln Quirtet KARL BARNARD National Honor Hornets 25 Tran fer from Pwrkrose High School Portland Oregon 2 STEVEN NOSLER Senior flu Xiu l r il nt 5 Ion tltution and By laws Committee 3 lntf-rl lub fongre 5 H1Y 5 Axcmmn s founul Representative 2 Student Council : N-mor lrom ll-' FIIIIUH Lomnuttve- 2' fem-r'il Committee for Yarlety Show ' .' i Club . .. FRANKIE BARTON1 Axe Handle' 2' Ski Club 3 . . . JOHN BASSETTI Service- lllub 15: Ski Club 2-15: Rifle Club 15: Varsity Track Manager 2 . . . KATHRYN BEATTY1 .' -rvice Club l-3. Y ' ---l re iclvnt 2-3' Girls Smte 2' National nor Society 2-15. l re-si le-nt 15: lnler-Club Cong 2-15. Tre"i.'urer 2' William H1 in ll -moriwl Trophy 2: Pr-p Cl lI I-15' llelmte 2-3' A Cappella 2-3' Class Day Leaier 2' A -ixit'- I mmi 1-I' '-1 . . . RONNIE BEEZLEY: Student Council 1' Junior K OMES FROM SEEDS WE SOVV AND THOUGH WE STUMBLE AS WE SEEK TO CLIMB l4'tt'2... I 1 -llilfq-A an 'I 3' A '- .L F1 "ai IImmi -- or .' t - lo " IIIINT' Z . " -Y llumw- l: Y: ll -'bull lntramural 2-15 . . . 1 '- ' -- , 5 5 - 2 IMI: llmll l-f5, Ilo-Calptalin 152 Burk -tl all l-153 "lf" Cl l 2-15, 1' - 5 l t 15: . l Uls- tri' lfllflllllll 15: Trirlt 2-15 . . . i ,' " l Q ' ' 2: lfug -unean 15: l'ulo-tto-n-r- 15: Th 'spin s 3: 1 1 li 153 , " ll ll' 3: Q' U . g ' C:ilIin1-t 1: .' ss- 1 Q ' H1 ' 5 - ' ' s 2 . . . 5 G..- . g 5 Q I -1: ' e -I q -13 ,' ' 's ' -fg .' ' For-if-ty l . . . DIANA. ANTONE3 Orchestra l-I5 . . ' . 2:1514 Latin Clul 2-1I.:'l5lIaIriisl1 Clul .. N 1 El" - 33 I.R.L. 1.34 A . ": 5,1 :Q . S-3 Ili s' z' J' ' ,, Y l:A i.A: . A55 5.T -II .sl .Ig Y. . I 'fig' K K . F- 1 ' , L, ' Y l , f . - on A in nrlvf- 'N la-N. I i g . -' '. ' 1 2 f Tzu' .' . '.'g 1 1 . ' 1 . . 3, Wk 2 . :I , N 'lu ' s K ,N 'l . , llo ' 4 ru. ,L , ,ll 4 . u , . . . , . l , Alt I1 - fo tl 2 5 , l ' ' 'lx WE KNOW WE HAVE A GOOD AND AMPLE BASE. THE TOOLS Counctl 2 Football 2-3 Intramurals 1 3 A Cappella 3 E Club 3 Cap and Gown Commtttee 2 Axemens Counctl Representattve 3 BARBARA BERRY Student Counctl 2 Class Counctl member Typtng Award 1 Pep Club 1 3 FRANK BLAIN Axemen s Counctl Representattve 2 Baseball 13 .Iuntor Varstty Basketball Manager 1 Varstty Basketball Manager DARIL BLAKE Transfer from Mendoctno Htgh School Mendoctno Caltfornta 1 GRETCHEN BOSSE Gtrls League Vtce Prestdent 2 Cbemtstry Club Secretary 3 Gold Ptn Wtnner 3 Doernbecher Tea Sentor Chatnnan 3 Hostess 2 Prom Commtttee Chatrman 2 Basketball Banquet Commtttee Chatrman 2 Inter Club Congress 2 Skt Club 23 Pep Club 23 JIM BOWERS Student Body Vtce Prestdent 2 Assembly Commtttee 23 Practtces and Poltctes Com mittee Chatrman 2 Student Counctl Parltamentartan 2 Axemens Counctl Cabtnet 3 Vanety Show General Chatnuan 2 Football 13 Basketball 1 Inter Club Congress 2 Boys State 2 WILLIAM BOYER So homore Class Prestdent 1 Skt Club 23 JOHN B ADLEY HtY 3 French Club 3 Skt Club 12 ELLEN BRINES Pep Club 13 Ltbrary Gtrls League Hel er 23 Ltbrary Tratntng 23 PAUL BRON SO Transfer from Westchester Htgh School Los Angeles Caltfomta Football 3 P A T R I C I A BROWN GAA 13 Budget and Ftnance Commtttee 3 FBLA 2 Student Body Treasurer 3 Executtve Commtttee 3 Student Counctl 3 Pep Club 3 Intra murals 23 ROBERT BROWN Football 1 3 Track 13 Rifle 2 BOYD BRUMLEY Junjgr V31 stty Track 1 Varstty Track 23 Cross Country 3 BONNIE BRUNKEN Servtce Club 2 3 Student Coun ctl 2 Graduatton Ushers Chatrman 2 Prtnt and Cord Week Dolls Chatrman 1 Nattonal Honor Soctety 3 League Representative 1 2 Skt Club 13 Pep Club 13 Teachers Helper 23 Newswrtttng 23 Prtnt and Cord Commtttee 2 Mtxed Chorus 1 Sophomore Dance Com mtttee 1 WILLIAM BYRNE HtY 23 .Iuntor Counctl 2 Student Counctl 3 Lattn Club 3 .Iuntor Class Assembly 2 Graduatton Commtttee Co Chatrman 3 Intramural Basketball 3 MARGARET CARLEY Varstty Debate 23 Gtrls League Representattve 1 3 Nattonal Honor Soctety 2 3, Paletteers 23 Prestdent 3 Skt Club 23 Secretary 3 Gtrls League Cabtnet 2 State Conventton Art Co Chatr man 2 Gtrl of the Month 3 Pep Club 3 Ctrl of the Week 3 ALAN CARLSON Rtfle Club Secreta Treasurer 2 Eugenean 3 RICHARD CARLSO Boys Rtfle Club 23 Prestdent 3 Best Shot Award 2 Cap and Gown Commtttee Chatrman 2 Skt Club 3 Movte Projector Operators 23 CAROLYN CAR TER A Cappella Chotr 23 Purple Ptpers 3 Vartety Show 23 Transfer from Klamath Unton Htgh School, Klamath Falls Oregon 2 CARLA CHAMBER LAIN FHA 13 Ax-ents 3 FBLA 3 Gtrls League C A A HAZEL CHAM BERLAIN Gtrls League Cabtnet 2 Sentor Announce ments Commtttee 3 Teachers Helper 2 Gtrls Chotr 2 A Cap ella 3 D ebate 12 IRL 13 Pep Club 3 LI-O D CHURCHILL Orchestra 13 .Iuntor Sym phony 13 IR L 3 Sctence Club 3 Axemens Counctl Representattve 3 Acttvtttes for Eugenean 3 Small En sembltes Sentor Quartet 2 Check Room for Prom 2 Gold Ptn Wtnner RICHARD CLEVELAND Sgphomgre Counctl 1 Varstty Debate 13 Skt Club 2 3 Axemen s Counctl 2 3 Handbook Commtttee 2 Nattonal Honor Soctety 3 HtY 3 Handbook Edttor 3 ,Iuntor Assembly 2 Chatr man of E patntmg 3 CAROLYN CLOW Skt Club 3 Gtrls Rtfle Club 2 Student Ltbrarta n3 JEAN COPPING Pep Club 13 FBLA 2 Thesptans 2 Scarlet Masque 1 MORRICE CORLEY Ambassadors 13 Skt Club 2 FTA 23 ARLENE COX Servtce Club 13 FBLA 23 Handbook Commtttee 3 Band 1 Gtrls Choir 3 ELDON CRABTREE .Iuntor Varstty Football 1 Axemens Counctl Representattve 1 MARIE CROWTHER Band 13 Band Soctal Chatr man 3 Asststant Head Majorette 3 Ax-ents Treasurer 3 GAA 2 Gtrls League Representattve 3 Sentor Prom Commtttee 2 Sentor Class Play 2 Gtrls Tumbl mg Team 2 RICHARD CUMMINS Servtce Club 13 Spantsh Club 23 Thesptans 3 Photography Club 23 Prestdent 2 Vtce Prestdent 3 Sctence Club 23 PTA Dance Commtttee 23 WALLACE CUM MINS Debate 23 Sentor Counctl 3 A Cappella 3 .Iuntor Class Assembly Chatrman 2 .Iuntor Chatrman for Acttvtttes of 1954 Graduatton 2 Student Counctl 2 Poltctes and Practtces Commtttee 3 HtY 23 Produc tton Manager of Vartety Show 3 ROSE DANIELS GAA 1 Mtxed Chorus 1 Gtrls Chotr 2 3 Servtce Club 13 Handbook Commtttee 3 ROSALIE DAVIS Transfer from Central Htgh School Port Townsend Washtngton 3 DIANE DECK Varstty Debate 2 3 Prom Commtttee 2 Drama Club 2 Assembly Commtttee 3 Teachers Helper 3 News Staff 3 .Iuntor Class Play 2 Pep Club 3 Gtrls Glee Club 1 Gtrls Sttnkers 2 3 EVELYN DE MOSS A Cappel la 13 Secretary 2 Ambassadors 13 Band 2 Mustc Madrtgal Singers 2 KATHERINE DIXON Gtrls League Prestdent 3 Gtrls League Cabtnet 2 Yarsttw Debate 13 Comntencement Leader 2 Co Chatrman of Sentor Prom Decorattons 2 Nattonal Honor Soctety 23 Pep Club 13 Paletteers 13 Vtce Prestdent 3 IRL 13 Assembly Commtttee 3 MARLENE DIXON FHA 13 Volleyball Intramurals 2 FBLA 23 Ambassadors 12 Gtrls Glee 2 Mtxed Chorus 13 Ltbrary Helper 2 3 FRANCIS EFFINGER FHA 3 Ax-ents 3 Lattn Club 3 Transfer from Marshfteld Htgh School Coos Bav Oregon MARY ELDRIDGE FTA 23 Treas urer 2 KIMBALL ERDMAN FTA 13 Prestdent 3 IR L 13 Decoratton Commtttee Chatrman for Crad uatton 2 Nattonal Honor Soctetv 3 Paletteers 1 Ceorge Nelson Fund 13 Lattn Club 3 Varstty Debate 23 Commencement and Baccalaureate Usher 2 ERN EST ETTLICH Servtce Club 13 Varstty Debate 23 EHS News 23 Edttor 3 Ambassadors 12 Ushertng Chatrman of Baccalaureate 2 Student Counctl 3 -I0 FANDREM Ambassadors 13 A Cappella 12 Gtrls league Representatne 3 FH A 1 Sctence Club 3 Nattonal Honor Soctety 3 RONALD FAN DREY Projecttontst Club 23 Rtfle Club 3 LOU ANN FENN Servtce Club 2 FBI A Prestdent 3 Student Counctl Representattve 3 JAMES FIN LAYSON Tennis 23 Phystcs Club 3 Chemtstrv Club 3 Transfer from Oregon Ctty Sentor Htgh School Oregon Ctty Oregon 2 JANIS FOSNAUGH FB L A 2 3 IR L 3 Transfer from Champatgn .Iuntor Htgh School Champatgn Illtnots 1 CAROLYN FREDRICKSON IRL 2-3 Spantsh Club 23 Spantsh Honor Soctety 2 Intramural Volleyball 3 Sentor Lunch eon 2 DOROTHY GAMBLIN Varstty Debate 13 Pep Club 2 3 A Cappella 1 3 Purple Ptpers 2 3 Class Day Leader 2 Modem Mustc Masters 23 Secretary 2 Vtce Prest dent 3 DICK GANN HIY 3 NANCY GATES GAA 13 Intramurals 13 ALICE GENTLE Gtrls League Cabtnet 2 FHA Secretary Treasurer 1 Servtce Club 13 Pep Club 3 Skt Club 3 Prtnt and Cord Week 1 Lattn Club 3 Handbook Commtttee 3 Gtrls Intramurals 23 BEN GOFFE Nattonal Honor Soctety 3 Fall Electton Chatrman 3 Youth Speaks 3 School Play 3 Varstty Debate 23 Skt Club 13 Prestdent 3 IR L 2 3 Lattn Club 3 Spantsh Club ROBERT GOLDSMITH Debate 2 3 ZEL MA GREEN FHA 3 FBLA 3 Axents 3 GAA BARBARA HALL Servtce Club 3 Paletteers 3 FBLA 23 Art Chatrman 3 Lreattve Wrtttng 23 Gtrls League Cabtnet 3 Co Chatrman of Program Com mittee for Prom 2 Handbook Commtttee 2 Commtttee for Doernbecher Tea 2 Debate 2 HARRIETTE HALL Paletteers 13 Pep Club 13 Assembly Com mttteel GAA 1 Skt Club 23 French Club 3 Lattn Club 3 Juntor Assembly Commtttee 2 NANCY HALTON Student Counctl Representattve 3 Paletteers 23 Secretary 3 Pep Club 2 3 Sentor Sergeant at Arms 3 Chatrtnan of Decorattons at Basketball Banquet 2 Chatrman for Player of Eventng Award at Football Banquet 3 Prom Commtttee Sub Chatrman Lattn Club 2 Co Chatrman for Sentor Dtsplay Doernbecher Tea MARILYN HARRANG Pep Club 2 3 Rally Squad man for Programs for Prtnt Cord Dance 3 Chatrman for Entertatnment for Doernbecher Tea 3 Chatrman for Posters for Basketball games 3 ,Iuntor Class Assembly 2 Sentor Dance Publtcttv Chatrman 3 DUANE HARRIS Boys Rtfle Club 23 Sophomore Basketball 1 Tratk 23 RUBY HART Purple Ptpers 23 A Cappella 13 Pep Club 13 Polictes and Practtces Com mtttee Chatrman 23 Student Counctl 23 Mustc Mas ters 3 Mustc Ptn Award 3 Varstty Debate 23 Vartety Show 23 Handbook Commtttee 3 CHARLES HARVEY Football Tennts Captatn Axemens Coun ctl Representattwe E Club MARILYN HAY DEN Modern Mustc Masters 3 Orchestra 23 ,Iuntor qyynphnnv MYRNA HENDRICKSON Oqtober Ctrl of the Month 3 IRI 13 Prestdent 3 Sentor Cla s Setretarv 3 Skt Club 13 Treasurer 2 Nattonal Honor Soctetv 23 Pep Club 13 French Club 23 Ctrl-. league Rcpre ent tttve 2 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Varsity Debate 2-33 A Cappella I-33 Orchestra I-3' Student Council Representative 3' Junior Assembly 2 Sentor Prom Commtttee 2 Modem Mustc Master Prestdent 3 Vartety Show 2 Purple Ptpers I3 Musu Award Ptn LARRY HUGHES Student Body Pres- tdent Football I3 Co Captatn 3 Basketball 13 Base ball I3 E Club 23 Skt Club I3 All Dtstrtct Foot ball 3 Juntor Class Prestdent 2 Beaver Boys State Rep resentattve 2 ROBERT HUNT Axemens Counctl Representattves 3 JAY HUNTER Sctence Club I2 Servtce Club I3 Radto Club 23 EMILY HUSTON Varstty Debate 3 Fall Electton Chatrman 3 Ctrls League Cabtnet 3 Paletteers 2 3 Skt Club 2 3 Student Counctl Representattve I Sentor Dance Cbatr man 3 Pep Club 3 Nattonal Honor Soctety Juntor Assembly 2 JERRY JANSEN Transfer from Phoentx Artzona DORIS JANZEN Eugenean 3 Transfer from Port Angeles Sentor Htgh School Port Angeles Wash lngggn ISAPHINE JENNINGS Ambassadors 13 Spantsh Club 2 3 Orchestra 2 3 SUZANNE JETTE Eugenean 23 Edttor 3 Student Counctl 3 Ctrls League Counctl 2 Paletteers 13 Pep Club 23 Sophomore Party Decoratton Chatrman I Prom Chatrman Iunder decorattonsl 2 Doernbecher Tea Decoratton Commtttee 2 Football Banquet Program Chatnnan 3 Basketball Banquet Program Chatrman 3 Basketball Banquet Dec oratton Commtttee 2 KERMIT JORGENSEN Band I3 Vtce Prestdent 2 Prestdent 3 Football 3 Baseball 13 Inter Club Congress 2 Mustc Ptn Winner 2 Orchestra 23 MICHAEL KELLY Band I2 A Cappella 2-3 Juntor Assembly 2 Axemen s Counctl Representattve 3 Purple Ptpers 3 EHS News 3 Madrtgal Croup JUNE KELSO Ctrls League Secretary 3 Ctrls League Representattve I Student Counctl Representattve I2 Queen of Hearts Chatrman 2 Lattn Club 3 Pep Club Varstty Football 2 Varstty Football 3 Track 2 Juntor Varstty Basketball I JOYCE KINKADE FBLA CLAUDIA KLANG FBLA 23 FHA 3 Volleyball Intramurals 3 Transfer from Cottage Grove RICHARD KLOR Varstty Debate 3 Student Counctl Representattve 2 IRL 3 SHIRLEY KOPP EHS News Bustness Manager 3 FBLA 23 Nattonal Honor Soctetv 3 Transfer from Bend Htgh School 2 SANDRA KRUGER Student Counctl Representattve 3 C AA I FBLA 3 Pep Club 3 Spantsh Club 2 3 Juntor Potluck Commtttee 2 Teach erq Helper 2 LAWRENCE KUHNENN Band I3 Skt Club 3 Debate 23 MARILYN KURTYI Lattn Club 3 IRI 3 Ctrls league Cabtnet 3 Na tton tl Honor Soctetw 3 Handbook Staff 2 TOM LAIRD Rtfle flub 2 Radto Club 2 JODY LANCE I' HA 3 AK-ents 3 Publtctty Commtttee for Curtous Savage 3 Transfer from Portland 3 JOHN LANDON Servtce Club I3 Skt Club 3 SALLY LEMERY FBLA 23 Stteme Club I3 Secretary ANNETTE LEMKE Student Counctl Repre sentattve I Pep Club I3 Skt Club 2 Sentor Football Banquet 3 Ctrls League Cabtnet 3 Soctal Commtttee I EHS News 23 Student Counctl Decoratton Chatr man I Budget Counctl I BOB LEMON Skt Club 2 GARY LEWELLYN Football E' Club Prest dent: Axemen's Council . . . RONALD LODGE! Stu- dent Council Representative 2-3g Sophomore Council I' Purple Riders I-3' A Cappella I-3' Modem Music Masters 3 Honorary Mustc Award 3 Juntor Assembly 2 Vartety Show 2 Soctal Commtttee 3 BARBIE LORENTZ Publtctty Chatrman for Juntor Potluck 2 Pep Club 23 Intttatton Chatrtnan 3 Student Counctl I3 Sentor Class Counctl 3 Prom Refreshment and Decoratton Chatrman 2 Paletteers 23 A Cappella 3 I3 Skt Club 3 Debate 23 MARILYN KUR11 Commtttee 3 JANET LOWE Sentor Editor of the Eugenean Annual 3 Skt Club 3 Vartety Show 3 Trans fer from Ogden Htgh School Ogden Utah 3 DOUGLAS Mt-KAY Student Body Asststant Audttor 2 Audttor 3 Budget and Ftnance Commtttee 2 Chatr man 3 Student Counctl Representatne 3 IRI 3 Nattonal Honor Soctety 3 CAROL McKEON Student Body Secretary 3 Juntor Class Treasurer 2 Basketball Banquet Chatrman 2 Ctrls State 2 Nattonal Honor Soctety 23 Pep Club I3 French Club 3 Skt Club I 3 Paletteers 2 3 Budget and Ftnance Commtttee Secretary 2 JOHN McKINNEY FFA I3 Secre tary I 3 Reporter 2 State Conventton Delegate I InterClub Congress 23 FTA 23 Sctence Club 2 Spantsh Club I 3 JERRY MARKS Axemen s Coun ctl Representattve 2 Football 23 Baccalaureate Usher 2 Beaver Boys State 2 A Cappella 3 Spantsh Club I3 E Club 23 Sentor Class President 3 Constttu tton and By Laws Commtttee 3 JANE MARTIN Ctrls League Representattve 1 FHA I Axents 23 Hostess 3 Pep Club 3 JON MASTERSON Golf I3 Captatn 3 FARLEY MAXWELL Constttutton and Bv Laws Commtttee 3 Chatrman 3 Skt Club I3 Board Member 3 Student Council 23 Senior Class Announcement Commtttee 3 Pep Assembltes I 3 Juntor Class Assemblv 2 CHARLES METZGER Juntor Counctl 2 HtY I3 Vtce Prestdent 3 Axemens Coun ctl Representative 3 Inter Club Congress 3 Skt Club MARJORY METZGER Ctrls League Cabtnet 2 Spantsh Club I3 Skt Club I3 SONYA MEYER5 Eugenean 23 Asststant Edttor 3 Varstty Debate 23 FTA 23 Vtce Prestdent 23 Inter Club Congress 23 SecretaryTreasurer 3 Cottcesstons Asststant Manager 2 3 IR L I3 S1 tettte Club I2 Trea urer 2 Handbook Staff 2 Commencement Usher 2 Nattonal Honor So uet 23 George Nelson Fund 23 TERRY MIL- LE Baseball I E Club l Intramurals Football 3 Skt Club I3 Lattn Club 3 l'ootball 2 KAREN MOKE Rally Squad 3 Nattonal Honor Soctety 3 Pep Club 2 3 Student Counctl Representatne 3 Sentor Counctl Representatne 3 Thesptans 13 Wtce President 2 Skt Club 2 Inter Club Congress Z Doernbecher tnd Installatton Tea Food Chatrman 2 Prom Decoratton fommtttee 2 GERALDINE MOORE Paletteer I3 Actntttes Commtttee 3 Student Counctl 3 Sentor founctl 3 Prom Decoratton Chatrman 2 Pep Club I Doernbecher Tea Chatrman 3 Gtrls League Cab lltet 2 Ctrl of the Month 3 Yartety Show House Malt ager 3 KATHERINE MOORE Skt Club I3 Pep flub 13 French Club 2 3 Sentor Counctl Representa ttve 3 Rally Squad 3 Queen of Hearts 2 Frtendltest Ctrl 3 Doernbecher Tea Commtttee 3 CAROLINE MORTENSEN Sophomore Dance Decoratton Chatr man I Prom Programs Chatrman I Pep Club 1 Palet teers 23 Girls' League Convention Ig Doembecher Tea Hostess 1 . . . CURTIS MYERS? Inter-Club Congress 3' FFA VicePresident 3' Basketball 13' Football 23 Track 2 Band I E Club ROBERT NEWSON Inter Club Congress Prestdent 3 Football Manager 23 Axemens Counctl Vtce Prest dent 3 Nattonal Honor Soctety 23 Student Counctl Representattve 2 E Club SecretaryTreasurer 23 Sentor Prom Ceneral Chatrman 2 Band 13 Boy of the Week 2 Basketball Dope Edttor 3 LARRY NOBLE Varstty Debate 23 RICHARD oLsoN Rlfle Club 3 coNs'rANcE PALMATEER FHA 2 volleyball 3 FBLA 23 CAROLYN PARSONS Band 13 Juntor Symphony 2 3 Modern Mustc Masters 3 Ambas sadors I3 Secretary 23 Intramural Volleyball I3 FHA 3 GWENYLEN PATTERSON Ambagsa dors 23 CAA I3 Treasurer 3 Band 13 Ctrls Fteld Hockey 3 Gtrls Intramurals HELEN PE D ERSON Student Counctl Representattve 3 Sophomore Counctl Representattve I Pep Club 13 Constttutton 2 IRL 23 GAAI FBLA 2 Skt Club3 Vartety Show 2 Juntor Counctl Representative 2 NANCY PERRY FTA 3 Spantsh Club I3 Skt Club 2 KAREN PETERSEN IRL 1 Skt Club 23 Palet teers 3 FBLA 3 Juntor Prom Decoratton Commtttee 2 Ctrls Chotr RICHARD PETERSON Bgnd I3 Modern Mustc Masters 3 Juntor Symphony 13 HtY I Brass Sextet I3 PAT PILAND Eugenean 3 Transfer from Medford Oregon RICHARD POTTER .luntor Yarsttv Basketball 12 Student Counctl Representatne 12 Spantsh Club I2 Skt Club 12 Juntor Prom Commtttee 2 Intramural Football 23 Ba ketball 3 Softball 23 STEPHEN PUETI' .luntor Varstty Football I2 Varsttv 3 Juntor Varstty Basketball Manager I2 Baseball Manager I Skt Club 3 Student Counctl Representattve 3 Band I2 Spectal Stage Award I E Club 3 Serttce Club 2 Rallv Dance Commtttee 23 Skt Club 23 Handbook Commtttee 3 A Cappella 3 Lattn Club 3 Prestdent 3 HtY 3 Sentor Announcement Commtt We 3 DICK RICHARDS HtY 3 Science Club 3 Chemtstry Club 3 Varstty Squad Football Manager 23 Spantsh Club I3 E Club 2 3 Axe Handle Commtttee GAIL RICHMOND Sentor Prom Publtctty Co Chatrman 2 Gtrls League Cabinet Treasurer 3 Hand book Commtttee 2 Football Banquet Co Chatrman 3 Poltctes and Practtces Commtttee 3 Skt Club I3 Prtnt and Cord Week Commtttee 2 Hello Week Dance Chatr mm 3 Pep Club 3 Paletteers I 3 RON RIDNOUR Track 2 3 Cros Country 3 Inter Club Congress 3 Band I3 FF I I3 Ytce Prestdent 2 Prestdent 3 F A lf tder htp Trophv 23 Thtrd Place tn Dtstrtct FFA Pulrlu Spetktng Contet Z DONNA ROBERTS Y tr IIN Debate 23 Student Counctl Representattve I 3 Cla Counctl Represetttatne I2 Pep Club 23 A Ctppella 3 Rally Squad 3 Thesptans I3 French Club 23 Skt Club 23 Sentor Breakfat Ceneral Chatrman JANET ROGERS FBI A 3 A Cappella 3 IRI 3 Ctrl Chotr 2 ueen of Hearts 2 MARY ROYER FBI A 2 Ambassadors 2 3 Servtce Club 3 Ctrl Intramural 23 SHIELA RUPPEL Student Counctl l Amba 'ulors 13 Lattn Club 23 Sctence Club 23 Biology Club 2 Chemtstry Club Prestdent 3 I' I I I ' I s 1-I s I , ... 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' ' . :uv ' 9 . 1 7 9 ' .9 9 D AND SOME DONANNA SMITH Sophomore Chairman Queen f Hearts 1 Prom Co Chalrman 2 Pep Club 13 Skt Club 1 3 A Cappella 2 3 Senlor Class Councll 3 Assembly Commlttee 23, Natxonal Honor Society 2 3 Cxrls League Cabmet 3 Student Councnl 13 LEVI SMITH Thesplans 13 Jumor Councll 2 Student Body Manager 3 National Honor Society 23 Treasurer 3 Assembly Committee 3 Student Councll Representatne 3 A Cap ella 3 Intramurals 13 Beaver Boys State MA Y ANN SMITH Sclence Club 23 Secretary 3 Band 13 Modern Music Masters 3 Chemlstry Club 3 Blology Club 2 3 Secretary 2 PAMELA SMITH Senlor Class Luncheon Transfer from St Francis Holy Names Academy SUE SMITH Pep Club 3 Glrls League Representatne 3 Servxce Club 1 FBLA Majorette 3 VIRGINIA SPOUSTA FBLA 23 Recording Secretary 3 Junior Potluck 2 National Honor Soclety 3 Her Fatal Beauty Director 2 ,Iunlor Assembly 2 DIANNE SPURLOCK Servlce Club -IEANE-I-I'E STAHL Transfer from Sprlngfleld Hlgh School Sprmgfleld Oregon ALICE STAN FORD Latin Club 3 Debate 3 Orchestra 12 ,Iumor Symphony 12 Natlonal Honor Society BEVERLY SAGE FHA 13 Ax-ents 23 President 3 Hostess 2 CAA 23 Tumbllng 2 Ambassadors 13 Volleyball 23 Basketball 2 3 Softball 2 3 Food Committee Chalr man for Glrls League Tea 2 ELOISE SAMUEL SON Spanish Club President 3 National Honor So cxety 1 3 Skl Club 23 Pep Club 3 Gnrls League Rep resentatlve 2 Prom Commlttee 2 JEANINE SCHMITT Band 13 Secretary 3 Pep Club 13 Mod ern Music Masters 3 Majorette 13 Head Majorette 3 Teachers Helper 2 Student Council Representative 1 GAA 13 Axents 23 SUZANNE SCHOLZ Spanlsh Club 13 Natlonal Honor Soclety 1 Pep Club 3 Prom Cloakroom Committee Co Chairman 2 Class Colors Flowers and Motta Co Chalrman 3 National Honor Society MARIANNE SCHUI-11 Girls League Cabmet 1 .lunlor Class Secretary 2 Pep Club 13 GITIS League Representative 3 FBLA 3 Senlor Prom Commlttee 2 GAA 1 Doernbecher Tea 13 DELBERT SHORT Boys Rifle Club 3 RICH ARD SIMMONS French Club 3 Rlfle Club 23 -IEREMIAH SKEEN Iatm Club 3 Transfer from Lowell Dlstrlct Hugh School Lowell Indiana ADRIA SLOTEMAKER EHS News Transfer from Grandview Hugh School Granduew Washington 3 SON-IA SWEITZER Ambassadors 13 YlcePres1dent 3 FTA 23 Latln Club 3 Student Bodv Treasurer 3 Budget and Finance Committee 3 A Cappella 3 Na tlonal Honor Soclety 3 64 DAY WE WILL FIND OUR PROPER PLACE OLAF THINGVALL l Squad Ba kethall 1 ,Iumor War lty Baseball 12 3 lr tty 3 A Cappella 3 DOR I5 TOBEY Pep Club 13 Slu Club 23 Student Ll brarlan Soctal Committee 1 SYI-VIA TOBIN Skt Club 13 IIIIIIIIIIOFI Committee 23 Pep Club 23 rench Club 2 C A -I 1 FB A 2 FITIS Lea e Repre entatne 1 Semor 11 mme Decorations Commlttce 3 IR L 13 ueen of Heart Committee 1 PATSY TRANBERG Orche tra 13 .Iumor Svmphony 13 F I A 3 DAN TRIOLO Skt Club 2 Sophomore Cla s Councll 1 Axemens Council 1 Yell King 3 A Cappella 3 EVA TUCKER G1rls league Repre en atne 1 Curl league Cabmet Card 3 Skt I lm 13 Pep Club 2 3 Palettcers 2 3 Student Iouncnl Rep re entatne 2 Senlor Class Councll 3 Prom Sub Chalr LEIGHTON TUTTLE Basketball 13 Co Captam 3 Football 12 Sophomore Class Presldent 1 E Club 2 3 Cleanest Boy of Year 2 Colf 13 All State 12 SHARON VAN LEUVEN Transfer from Marshfneld Senior Hugh Coo Bav Oregon DOI-ORE5 VAUGHAN Clrl Cholr 2 Pep Club 23 FBI A 23 Mu lc Award 2 A Cappellx 3 I lrl league Rep re entatne 3 Senior Council Repre entatxve 3 HARVEY WANKER IVJTHIIX Debate 3 French Club 23 Latin Club 3 School Play 3 EHS News WILLIAM WARREN Skt Club 13 Presldent Z Hen dershott s Sk: Trophy 2 Bow of the Week 2 Axemen s Council Repre entatne 2 H11 3 Student Council Rep- resentatne 3 Eugenean AIlNBl1lSll'lg Manager 3 Semor I ap and Gown Co Chairman 3 Senlor Prom Committee LORNA WEBSTER Student Council Repro' sentatne 3 A Cappella 3 Girls Cholr 2 CONNIE WHISMAN Clrls League Councnl 1 Pep Club 23 Sk: Club 3 PHYLLIS WHITTAKER Service Club 2 3 FBLA 2 3 Social Committee 3 RAY WICKS Football 13 Senlor Council 3 Skt Club 3 Sophomore Council 1 Track 1 Axemens Council 1 NAN WOOD Modern Music Masters HISIOFIHD 2 Secretary 3 Physics Club Semretary 3 Clrls League Represents tne 3 Lane County Honor Band 13 Musxc ln May test Orchestra 13 Eugene .lumor Svmphony 1 3 Kauf man Hour Scholarshlp 2 ARLENE WORKMAN F B L A 2 3 Secretary 3 Servlce Club 3 Handbook 3 Mixed Chorus 1 Transfer from Taft Hugh School 1 PHYLLIS WORMINGTON Semor Class Treasurer 3 Student Councll Representative 23 Clrls League Cab met md Representative 2 Pep Club 13 Banquet Chair mm 2 Prom Program Co Chalrman 2 Handbook Assist ant Editor IRL 13 Commencement Leader 2 Serv lce Club 23 I u :' v ' i l o ' . i"'?"'.'. .s 1 : I ,W V' -. 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John Gustafson HIIYIIPII tlw Crvat Srorvr ronws To mark against your nnmv. H1711 not lrrffv anion' or 'I,0st'. But hon' you playful tlw g11n1v." VARSITY A LETTERMEN Bob Newsom manager 1 I Bob Anderson co-captain back as Larry Hughes co-captain end if Q. X qu- I :sz a ws g G' ' t L- q- . 1 5- - I 1 x , W, ee Dick Richards Cary Lewellyn Harvey Freeman Dave Lockard Ray Wicks manager tackle tackle guard guard Hughe goe for wardage afur Slldgglllg a pa ui' sg! . , - 45 5. ' in b v I J ., A, . , A x n5:',,,t.q . 44'-Q. v 'J .5-1 7 's "J'Nr4!, W .4-iii? Q, 'QS n ns' . f x -.m ..',:L1, YY. A uf? .K ,- . , -r , s 5 ' ' 1 : ' ' 1 -ss. rj 6 l""':' ' ' .. n 'Q Q -As. fl 1 cr! f, "Q 5: 9'-9 L ffl, -21 l t King carries the ball in the Jamboree Ron Beezlcy Curtis Myers Mike Moran Al Kernutt Steve Puett Pete King Charles Metzger Bob Brown tackle end end tackle center back back back VARSITY SEASON After overcoming an early seasonis case of ufumblitisf' the Axemen rolled up a rec- ord of five wins a11d four losses. In the seasonis first game Eugene racked up a 26-7 win over the Springfield Millers on a "slightly", damp field. Next the varsity squad traveled to Klamath Falls and was defeated by 7 points. The highlight of this game was Bob Andersonis 96 yard kick-off return which netted 6 points. The Axemen won their next two games by dumping Cottage Grove 25-12 and upsetting Roseburg l9-0. ln the Cottage Grove game there were some excellent passing plays by Bill Muhr and running plays by Dave Powell. Bob Brown, and Bob Anderson. Harvey Freeman and Dave Loekard displayed some crushing line play when the Axemen dumped the Roseburg Indians. Also Bob Anderson surpassed the per- formance of Roseburg's Nub Beamer by driving for a stupendous 216 yards and 12 points. Dave Powell served as the main workhorse throughout the South Salem and Albany games. Mel Ulson and Larry Hughes starred for Eugene against the Marshfield Pirates. However. the weight in the Pirates' line proved too much for the hard fighting Axemen. In defeating the favored North Bend Bulldogs 12-6. Pete King and Larry Hughes played bril- liant offense. while Martin Langley was a standout on defense. The Axemen's football season ended with an uncontemplated 7-0 set-back handed them by the high spirited much improved Springfield Millers. 6- 4 A I Q Q, .5 asf. Q-,V ts -5 fharles Harms Jlm Bower Martin Ian lcv Dau Powell .xlvn blmravk Me Ol ill nn f u mf an fllffflfd Allan hack back hack back menu r hack guard center ' FPQFQQE kgwbi' VARSITY TEAM 72 a r Q' G! E 1. b cyl Sri K , gn gg 6 1 X i . A Q- ' ' f 1 I 'x : - 's ix "+- t V 4 f L, X ' ' gi 1 I . ' ' ' ,' g J' 'I C' N ' ' 1 I sf Jul I s' si I' 1 E an rf-s'rp4er Q 'F1' "' 1- 5 vw 'QQ ' 1- L Y ' -. ' FQ, --k. x' I -,'- Y Xi, .4J, 17 1' tr A 1 J. Q t ' T fb-my-, I, , ' 1, 1 7 4' , K- af .5 .W . ,--' .N ' 1 -- . .Q r ., ra, A Q ., , f- L, A ,- ,J gj 5 - : 1. -5 -Lf yt- v . I. 4 .R wi , Y 1 : Q fi . r XQ if ,f . r A I K s 4 I i ,V P gn "S Qi YIT7 1'- back tackle tackle back back back back laflkle Row I Jack Mull Paul Bron on Al Kernutt Galen Shorack Craig Bushman Don Lawrence Curt Meyer Mlke Moran Pd Bennett fary Waddlrlgtoll Roger Peter Dave Powell Cllff Allen Row II AGQISIAIII Coach Bud Robertson Leroy Pom dexter Martln Langley Kermit Jorgensen John Wil lener Brad Krueger Vernon Kelso farw Lewellvn Harxcy Freeman Larry Hughes Dase Lockard Ron Beevley Ray Wlck Don Tenbrook Ron Turner John f ustafson Coach Loyd Amlek Row III Bob Gahrlel Blll Muhr Mel Ol en Stewe Puftt lllllllx Metzger Stew No ler furt Bryant Bob Ander on Pete Klllg Bob Broun Jim Bower Charle Harvey, Lynn Loons. Terry Davis, Rlchard Houts. Bob Brown halts a s'Grover" as Axemen close in 73 .- 5. f' Q' N' 5 f - - , A - ' 4.- D . 4 Q., ,,,, Fl 1 45' 1 , Blll Muhr John Willener Gary Waddington Ed Bennett Roger Peter Bob Gabriel Curtis Bryant Ron Turner ' . 1 9 Y 'I' . 5, l L- w en JUNIOR VARSITY U0-ow .. gym 13553 7 059931 U lv'-JN 53 U f if ,Q s 1.1 5.18 kg Ns- Whlle p8I'IlClp8I.lllg ln thelr flrst major year of football the J V grldmen produced a satisfactory account of thelr season s plav The J V s were often matched wlth unfaw orable odds agalnst teams haung had extensne pres lous experlence they found ll dlfflcult to cope wlth this handlcap In the season s opener the J Y s struggled Wllll Sprlngfleld to a 7 7 SIdlldSIlll Then the powerful Roseburg and South Salem teams bowled ox er the haple s J Y squad In the Albany fray the J Y unfolded a stalwart defense whlch was the only defense capable of holdlng the Bullpups to fewer than 30 polnts Next on the schcdult wen the Lotta e Crow J I elutn who found themstlus Jostlcd from thc ranks of the unbeaten after the 7 0 battlt fax Oflllg Eugent To complete the season Engenel J. Vfs lost to cross town rn al Springfield ln a 20 0 declslon. The personnel of ilu- squad has g3lIlPlI the all Important quallts, EXPERIFNCE, VVlllCIl they lacked at the beginning of this year, and thcw will certainly be IIINIFIIITICIIIHI Ill bolstering the I arslty ranks Ill the comlng season 140' 'x Row I Mlke Patterson Roval Nord strom Dan Archibald John Tiffany Fred Henshaw Dale Fhurch Dar rell Hufstader Joe Power Stan Heg stad George Walker ow II Coach farlt 1 N1 e Moran Fary Olson Fd Johnson Morris Frecstone Ktn Hamllton Farv Holland Bob L0llXI'lllg Walt Petcrson Daw Ingh Jlm Slndberg Peach Cue Wart1er Row III Jllll Kesllng Monte Aus land Fred Pederson Ron Lands kroner Jack Hamilton Russell Dlehl Davld Kuhl Jlm Wood Roh Overstreet Tom Slocum Tom Lld dle Bull Roberts Bud Bean Mgrs Jaw Stanford low Rnlty U' Fast action ln a J. V. game. - I?-a J ' ' ' I' 'W X A l F-' H' H ' H 'lj ' -Phu A 'I - ' ' ' P or S' I'k " 'fe' "1 ' I fa 7 J .7 a-- ,. 14: - A A A T If. 'I o , ' ' Y 'N' ' Y' 'X' ,f':- ' ' .v - H J - s Y fv V , t x . , 0 i, l ' . 1 A J VX 4 4 L' 5 J' ll' ' L Gr -Q Q up ' I ,f , 5 ' , ' ' '- " Al ax ' ' it In . 4 ,Q my I A , xiqf . . Y . . 1 . - ,. -A , as 4 ' - - - ,L t 'Q .. 5 I ' . ' 'X I ' L J 'P ' ' H S2 ' ,M QM J , ' , .W I Conrad Schultz. Gerald Steele, J 1 I ' I V., .if-ly ff z ' 2 1 35' 1 Ml' 2- , 1 I' Z1 ' 9' . ' 1 " A ' . . 1 I .- x l 5 - -' - fc-- s 'iv - ,rf . , : . -7 I . E F . 9 KL 1 n . l . S, . . . , 9 0 N I T ' s. . 7. . ' ' ' . Ts X 6' g . Y - - 1 Ks. I 1 -.1 ' g , 15 . 7. .11 :I-sl If Row I: Mgr. Dick Admire Walt Oshurn. John Free man. Jim Risinger. Loren Sears. Gary Countryman Boh Holstrom. Dave Pow ell, Ivan Cihson. Brian Wlilliams, Jim Helclman Darl McAllister. Dave Cor Howard Gieger. Bow II Assistant ffoaeh Stan Hunfl ston, .lim Barnes. Uorrlon Turner. Skip Hoven, David Berg, Tod liumly. Leo Hol land. Ralph Harris. Bill Moody. Bill Potterf. ,Iaek Thornhurg. Gene Lewi George Hulse. George Bun ning, Coaeh Bert Kerns l f 1 v SOPHOMORE TEAM The Sophomore Squad fountl themselves trouhleml hy the same handi- eap that hinrlerecl the ,I-Y's. laek of experienee. lfaeh player was partici- pating in his first year of organized taekle foothall. Perhaps a greater fliffieulty to overeome was the greater experienee of the opposing teams which eonsistetl of Juniors as well as Sopholnores. This situation was true in every game in the season. exeept the Cottage Grove Final. During the foothall season. the Sophoniores were ilefeatetl onee hy Pleasant Ilill.1wi4-4-by Springfielnl. and onee hy the Cottage Grove B team. The Sophoinores t'0lIlplt'lt'tl their season with a T-0 yietory oxer the sophoniore squacl from Cottage Grove. ln the future seasons. Bert Kerns' unrlerstuilies will he developing into inclixiflual stancl-outs anrl Yarsity material. as was shown hy their greater ahility tleinonstratetl at the elose of the season. Bert Kerns prepares to lIllI'0dllCC the Sophomore Squad l 4 Dawe Lockard recelves the Plas er of the FXOIllIlg Award at tlu Football Banquet 3 'X s". uv"".f -v -,-. ,av J .J-" The J V and Varslty Lettermen and the sophomore numeral Wlllll6I'S were presented before the student body at the annual football and cross country Awards Assembly Each coach SllIllIIl3I'lZ9d hls season and then awarded his team members wlth thelr letters or numerals Daxe Loekard was selected as the most lnsplratlonal plaver on the 04 Warslts squad and his name was lI1CCI'llJ6d on the coveted Slmmons Cup The Y arsltw football team was also honored at the annual Football Banquzt sponsored bs the enlor nn mln rs of the P1 p Club B1 9lll0N the IDFPQCIIIHIIOII of the Player of the FXPIIIIIU Award Dawe Powell and Cahn Qhorack were announced as the eo captam for 35 1947 1927 "Cum-h Hvnry Kllfhlfffl-.S 1955 EllgI'III' l.l'Vl7ll'll arv rhrlm- pinns of prvp bfislmflzrill in flrr-gon anrl 1-nulrl lirflf not only fhv srhonlis tzrn lIfI'l'l0llN smtv Iitlislx but also any nf Ihv nthvr 31 l'h!lI7llIl0lIS." Pc-tv f10l'Ilil1'1'll1li Rc-gistvr fluural xliII'I'll 27. 1955 l'1llg1f'llf'.N flllilllllll0ll5ll1Il 'l1f'illllF 1955 ,lc-rry Laing Pr-tv King Burl Kllf'kPI1llilll Curt Nlvyf-rs Nlilu- Xloran 1.1-igliton T-llttlf' Duvv Powvll Larry lluglu-s Bulb :xlI4lf'I'i0ll Nlvl Ulsvn llill R4-if'rsgzlz1r4l Hunk Kuvlif-ra. Cmwli lfrniv Wvilslc- llan Hvmlrivksmi Ty l,0vf-lzlvf' Don Ruth fL1'llf' Nlinvr Dirk Carrf-it lim Douglas llarry Vliallu-r Dr-an Linflc-r Howarrl Smith Hunk Kuclwra. Cum-ll Klux Rllllf'llhU'iIl Di-li -xllllirilll Wiinalnrr Calkins Cliff llornf-r Frank 1.1-wis Austin Collie-rt Al Yam Dura-n Bill Pittman ,lf-an lflwrhart Glvn llc-ssoilf-ttf' B011 Brown. Couvll .5 i x I Leighton Tuttle co-captain forward gxlfir, 2 - f f?fjFf4.Aif A Y Cb . Q xx P' A f H. J . ' 4 1 - Mike Moran co-captain CCIIICI' ii if" ,A 4 4 Hughes out jumps Mllwaukle s Mlller to get the up 1 U A. . . . , . . Moran se-ls for shut in finals. 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Bull Kllf'lil'llll1ill l all-vutn-ll lPll'lxt'llHllll'l' mlm rl-ally -llmu-cl ll ln! lll'1'l4l-- illltl talll-llt Illilllt' tlll- "l,I'l'1llll 'l1l'illll.U ,ltlllllllfj Hull ull- l,4-iglltull Tllttla-. wllu proviflm lolltillllzll llzlult--x ltlilf illlll nu- lHll'll4'llliIl'lf lllll!I'l'N'lXl' mitll lli- "1'llIlt'll-A lH'l'l'0l'lllitllt'4' llflitlll-I Nl:-lllurel. lfillillg tlll- I,Tt'illll 'I1I'2lIll-S rllftvr wa Ylilw Nlnrzlll. tlll- lllo-t ugill- tull lllilll -4'l'll ill sa-ur-. llllll ll llllalllllllull- -t'l4'4'll0lllll.llll'1'll2l1'lll'-. Iillylitxllfllill fl-url-5 against flvntral, Triolo and Barlwr with Tourney Bracket. f 1 6" fit 6' bs i 1' E inf ff- rx.: V 'H s H- I-D X , , -. NQ- fi ' ' ' Q ' f fn' if Bill Reiersgaard Blld Kllykelldall Curtis Meyers Jerry Laing manager guard forward guard Hank Kuchera's speedy Axemen romped over one team after another to bring their rec- ord to 26 wins and 3 losses. Although hampered hy illness and injury, they produced the hest season in Eugene High's hoop history. Led hy 6'8" Mike Moran, who averaged 31.7 points per game in district play, setting a new record, and the rugged, hut polished play of Leighton Tuttle, the somewhat inexperienced Axemen improved tremendously through the season. Even though they suffered three losses. they defeated each of those teams, with Al- hany and Medford falling to them in crucial tourney play. Against Corvallis, the Axemen were playing without the services of ailing Mike Moran. Ball-hawk Jerry Laing came through, though, to spark the team to a 51-41 victory. In district play, the hustling Springfieldfive was the only team to threaten the Axe- meng in the 51-50 crosstown fray the Axemen pulled through in the last quarter to win. The highlight game of the district was the 100-54 thumping the Axemen gave to the Wfillamette Wolverines. A host of records fellg Moran's 59 point effort was a new district all-time high and a '55 season state record. The teanfs phenomenal 100 points set an all-time district record. The District Tournament proved to he just a formality forthe AXPITICII-S entry into the State Tournament. Laing pumped in 18 as the Axemen dumped Junction City first. St. Francis fell next in a 67--19 victory. The win was costly however, as Laing fractured his arm. lfugene clinched a tourney herth with a 56-45 win over the Springfield Millers. Pete King, filling in for Laing. produced a superh one night's performance with 18 points. 84 Q 4,1 l At. P 5 .- 4. L.. . 5 M L 9 . f e 1' of' E' x K e. v - l 1 ' , . 'l'- 0 I Pete King Larry Hughes Bob Anderson Dave Powell Don Lawrence guard forward guard forward forward Anderson puts up fast-break shot Tuttle pote a two pointer on a drlxe shot Moran tlps ln two agalnst Willamette JUNIOR VARSITY The fast-breaking ,I.V. Team under the coaching of Duane Mellem ran up its win streak to 32 consecutive victories, including 19 wins this season. Double victories over their ri- vals, the strong South Salem ,I.V.'s, were the most impressive performances of the very suc- cessful year. The squad was paced individually by Doug Lundstrom. who racked up 222 total points as top scorer, Bill Muhr, and Mel Olsen. The well-rounded squadis speed and potent reserve strength always proved too much for the opponents. Isually the squad routed the oppos- ing team by a sizable marging the two most overwhelming wins were 86-34 and 75-26 trounc- ings. The season's finale was a slow-moving 37-31 victory over the Springfield J.V.'s. Lundstrom. Muhr. and Olsen were moved up to the Yarsity at the season's wind-up and during the District Tournament. Olsen received a permanent herth for the State Tourna- ment. Since only two Varsity lettermen will return next year the services of this year's J.Y. players will then be needed. After such a perfect season. they should really show as the Varsity of '56. Row I: Coach Duane Mellem, Mel Olsen. Doug Lundstrom, Bill Muhr, Dave Quivey, Roger Peter. Craig Bushman. Dave Hickman, Ed Ben- nett, Gary Waddirigtoii, Ron Turner, Roger King, Dave Coe, Lynn Coons, Manager Gary Rubenstein. Row I: John Ottosen, Bob Uverstreet, Leroy Poindex- ter, Gordon Turner, Gary Uehytill, Terry Hazelton, Dennis Haney, Russell Diehl. Row II: Manager Gary W'ills, Vernon Fry, Jerry Poston, Dave Coe, Gary Ashworth. George Wfalker, Ken Min- turn, John Hirons, Coach 'QCece" Warner. SOPHOMORE TEAM The Sophomore Basketball Team produced a fair season. winning five and losing five. The Sophomores defeated the Cottage Grove Team in three encounters and de- feated the Oakridge JN. Team once. They split a pair with South Salem hut lost four games to Springfield. "Cece" W'arner's squad was led hy Dave Coe. Lynn Coons. and "Rusty" Diehl. the mainstays who provided consistent good play. Coe and Coons were moved up to the JK.. Tealn also. The defeat of the strong South Salem Team and a victory over the Oakridge J.V. Team were the season's highlights. In these games the squad mustered its two highest point totals. '17 against South Salem. and '18 against Oakridge. Coe's 17 points against Uakridge was the highest individual output of the season. These players have undouhtedly gained sufficient experience. and they are look- ing forward to Junior Varsity action next year. 9 L1 42' M ts.: in evo fe r thus Moran pn Renta State Tournament trophy Hank Kuchera Duane Mellem, and Lece W7arner prebented thenr reapettlu ha-ketball team , War-ltw, Junlor War-ltx and the bophomore Team, at the ha-ket hall Award A-Qemhls The plaur of each team recelved thelr lettera or numerals Thf huge Statc and DINIFICI fwhamplon-hlp lI'0plllf anal tht qlllt Tournammnt bporta man-hip Aw :rd win pn Qntul to tht tuth nt hodx f QIIIUI' memhar of tht P1 1 fluh pon-ond IC annual Ba kfthallBanquetat whul1Pe1e klllg vsa tho en au r of tht Fu lllllff 1161 f llmsln w r Ks-ystunc-rs 4 , ' I l BASEBALL Howl ,11111 Stout Cllfll Brxant Paul N111 ler ,11111 Ixe 1111 D011 14111111 trom Nlorri 11105118111 F11 Power LX1111 10011 B111 5o1111rs1111 B111Re11r a.1r11N1.111apPr R011 II Dah f1111r111 1111 Duty 1 IFN A111111 111 01 12.1.1111 Slxllb 11111111 Dun 1d1sr1111'1 0 1 r P111 r 1xvr1111t r 1 1.1rrx llr. lt Il llll 1 1 R1 lx 11 Il lllbl' Ill I 1' d . 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'Xs- Frank Slladdx 305 around track ur rn IXIII and Brown lll lartmg: lrlmk a ' :- exe f Bob Gabrlel leaps for distance Pomdexter fllll he the quarter IIIIIC Klllg hreakG tapn with Brown lllllllllle cloie econd Although they competed ln few er ey ents the J'lllll0I' Varslty had equally as good a year as the Varslty They faltered before the Cottage Crowe and Elmlra squads but succe fully defeated tht Lowell and Albany J Y Third place was garnered hw the J Y lll the North BIHTIOII meet As with the other J Y squad lllla squad will next year become the Y ar lty team and wlll display the endurance and effort Wlllfll really makt a cross country team cllck The team members are a follows Row I Larry Noblt I trald W lbert Paul Barbtr Kin Frb Bob Robert on Bow II Dau Lyon Bull Watson Flark Souer Leon Stan fneld Bob Marsden CROSS COUNTRY VARSITY Thls relatn ely unheralded sport ls beeomlng much more popular at E H S The Y arslty dt feated Lottage Croye South Salem and Sprlngfleld but lost to stronger Roseburg and Albany After such a flne eason undoubtedly greater Interest and competltlon wlll arise next year Coach W E Burke and Captaln Frank Shaddy led the squad to take 3rd place ln the Lane County meet 6th Ill the North MHFIOH meet and 12th ln the state meet The team members are as follows Row I Arch Scott Don White Bob Wllll8mS Frank Shaddy Row II Boyd Brumley Brlan Morse Ray Hutton Ron Rldnour Dlek Rummell Larry Moore JUNIOR VARSITY 'Q Jw GOLF With Captain ,Ion Masterson and the re- turning lettermen, Leighton Tuttle, Gordon Marlatt and Gary Ceertsen, leading the team, the E. H. S. Hdivotmenw were defend- ing their State Championship title. Tuttle also defended his title as state low-score medalist. Matches were scheduled with Cottage Grove, Corvallis, North Salem, South Salem, and Albany. The home matches were held at the Eugene Golf and Country Club Row I Jon Masterson Gordon Marlatt Gary Geertsen Coach Larry Daggett Row II Bob Huffman Wallv Schulz John Hlrons Leighton Tuttle Dick Potter L3 le Stark Steve Nosler mil Rowl Tern Dana Tom George Captaln Charles Harwew rv Wllson Daxe Hlekman Karl Barnard Levl Smlth, Rlek Clew eland TENNIS qcural Nlllffllllf' lettermcn and manw newcomers compo-ul thus ymars Tennis Team Thr netmen plaved thelr home matehe- at the llIllS6I'NllW of Ort gon tennl mourts qthululul for the Qtason were matthw with bprlngfltld Rostburg for wallls and North Salem i l ' I N I . ' V ll ,w . 11 1 -Q l Larry Cowan. Chuck Hale. Row H: Bruce Finlayson. Jer- e e r -,. A f v X Y ' ' L . W :N . I Bmky Drouet prepare: 10 Q-hp P111 boy Wrestlers aQsume advantage posltlon q..--"" Senlor l'JOWllllg at U Bowl Action ln an lntramural game P E .A m if' ' 59 - 1 ' ' I '--v I 1 if - , H Ly r, Z ?in,,.. ' O O T N A +- 1 'I X! ww HI ACTIVITIES GERRY MOORE E The hustle and hustle of school activities continued from the confusion of registration and "Hello Weeks' right up to the final momentous week of school. The typical student of Eugene High has found that classwork can easily become a minor part of his school life for he has had a wide and diversified choice of extra-curricular activities. HELL O WEEK HEL LOHEL LOHEL LOHEL LOHELLOH ELL 1 108 OH ELLOH ELLOH ELLOH ELLOH ELLOHELLOHELLOHELLOHELLOHELLOHEL LOHEL LOHELL l FRIENDLIESTG lRL wi'-" Y e PO PN DUEST BO D FRWN Dllflllg Hello Week The frlendllest girl and boy IH E H S were elected bv the entlre student bodv The wlnners, Kathy a senlor and Dave a junlor were announced IH the aeeemblv at the end of the week OH OHELLOHELLOHELLO HELLOH ELLOH ELLOHELLOHELLOH ELLOH ELLOHELLO HELLOH ELLOHELLOHELLOHELLOHELLOHELLOHELLO HELLOHELLOHELLOHELLOHELL Sophomores palnt the E Reglctratlon lme up bettlng to know you 109 f ' 1 ,, .. A ,1 ' GG '19 V. I I I X . . X 1' U I'uv- Y Y w A , ' ' 66 ' 79 un ' ' 99 s. ' 0 wi gk, 'wx' 1. KAY ATKINSON JUNIOR PRINCESS SANDY WHITNEY SOPHOMORE PRINCESS MARILYN HARRANG QUEEN OF HEARTS Ilur I Inn Marx XII I Lrmmnu un Iour Ire hmmr with a dance. QUEEN OF HEARTS DRIVE The Queen of Hearts campaign was launched with full force on Monday, February 14, and ended quietly on Friday, February 25. However, the climax came on Saturday evening when it became known that the Senior class had raised 3.07 more than the juniors, and Marilyn was crowned Queen. Since the keen inter-class competition encouraged more larger donations and novel money-making projects, 585500, nearly double the sum raised last year, was amassed. The senior class collected approximately 332000, and, of course, the juniors were 3.07 behind while the sophs whom each class considered to be the toughest compe- tition trailed by nearly Sl00.00. The Y Building Fund received 8700.00 of the total sum raised, and the remaining amount was donated to the Heart Fund. X "Did y0ll help IIS win, SCni0l'?,, Masson chaperons juniors .'I i N Ill The Doernbecher Tea a tradltlonal funcuon prowed to he xery ucce ful The Glrls League sponsored thls not 0 ls eruce projec but alo to prowl e an opportunlts for all E H S motl r to meet and get acqualnted Three weeks prlor to the exent prepara tlons were commenced Senlor 1llfll0I' a nd ophomore glrls and thelr mothers too began sewlng stuffed dolls and anlmal Inutatlons were made and sent t the mothers of exers student ln school Each class con structed e a orate dlsplav or s 0 The juniors dl plat Button Land Express won the prize for orlglnalltw The JllIll0I'S also turned lll the largest number of doll Some slx hundred dolls were collected from the three classes and dlstrlbuted among the Doern becher and Sllrlne hospltals Portland the Bllnd School at Salem and the Chlldren Hospltal and the Pearl Buck School ln l'ugene fll3lI'fIlPIl and Flfl Teagum Pre ull nt look on r the dl plax BE UP CLEAN UP WEEK Ill xIdI'L11 BP 1 I1 1 11 a11 1 I1 vtfflx 11a 111111 11r1:d 111 111- X11-1111311 1 111111111 I1 D tu 6111 1 1 .1111r1 11 a Ill IP 1 I1 1 11111 1111111111111111 111 rt 11111111 1 N 11111 .11 f r 1 111111 1 11 1 1 1 1 11111111 1.11 IIldI'1x111 111 1111 11 1 1 1111 1r 1 1.111 1111 11r111f 11 IN 11 11r1111 111111 1111 1.1r111 111 111 1 I1 r 1 1 1 ll 1 1111 ll 1111 llll' 11:IN 1 1111 1111 11111l11r1 111 1 111111 1 1 11 ll dl 1111111 r1111111 1.11 111 11111 1 111 1-1111 U1-11111111 1 1111111 If N1 dl' cl IX N 1111r1 .1111 1-IU1111111 T111111 lf 11 1 1 WCF1 JPL 1111111 1 r11 .11 a 1111 1 1 1 31111 1 1 11 411111 1 111111111 12 W1 1k 1111 ll 4 KJ T111 much n11 111-11 1111-ker 1111.111 out c11meQ just ln time mx' 18111111 a1111 I 1'lfI1l111ll 911p111111111r1-- I11'dll 1111- gr11111111- B1- 1 p. 1119311 up dance brlngs ln the bop 1 11-11111--1 B111 111111 111I'1 H3 0 o o 0 0 0 , - 1 - H Q -' . 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K I .v - -.Z Q 2 ,.,4v XX ,. The colorful appearance of hrlght cottons and tool prlng clothe- denoted the ar rnal of Print and Lord week Monday, esersont wore lil' or her mute-t -hlrt or drt -- and on Tum-das the tntt t couple- wfrt tho-en Sadie I'IdMlxlllN flax was ob -erud on Wulne-dm 'Nldm glrls -hlned nos- -1ot- tdrrler Illtll' lroo a - nrul Ill nlr 1 d-- - lr - wore lrdld or anxtlnng that wont qua lfs A- -nth and tht how- flaunted folorfnl 0flflNlZPll hat- Manx student- lnot 4 It tl 1 lotht dondtt tl ln l' nga llt mt r pdrtnu nt lll Ffltldy - -twlt -how An dll - hool dance Nlelodw of Spring wa- hel e uc lllllg to clnnavc the wee Throughout the week cut: plpt tledncr oll- were -old as a mont w making project 0 . . . .. . . ..,,,. 1 ,-- ., -, 5 'L'-.'44Q"v,1,- .---!",:" .- -V tx- .-05,74 ,... X ff.-'Q rv . -' - 'df '1-.Ve . . 3.1-4 - f V., Y,-4 .,' -, . . . V . , , . . .. f' '.t 1 - G' ' I 1 'V f' 'f w. 4. '0 ' R '. -. P, -'Y,J Hllfl Qll"1'll You w'onldn-I helieve it. School ? WNW! PRINT AND CORD WEEK o o o - o - l .l " ' A M ks. nd qqt' - the to tl -' C' lf '-l"s. "ll l'll2:lllIS or the school's honn-making de- re ".r 1' ll ' V. At in the ' " '. ' k. Q ' .5 Q ' . d L. ti, , ' ' . - .. . V 'Q . I l I at . 5""? . -vl , l I P 1 .ttvlllblft ,J Q:- ' 1' ' v ,.nx .f I 2' . ,.-'-", ll' X X6 1 ff, I '31-N full. l f' 3 f si ' x . s- ' gn . l L X 2' A fk '1-dt Q' 'W .X JUNIOR PROM The hig social event of the year was J the Senior Prom given hy the junior class in honor of the graduating ex seniors. Traditionally. it is Eugene p ' 1 High's only formal dance. Diana Q ' ' Scott and Cary Ceertsen were co- Q chairmen for the prom while almost ' two hundred juniors served on the A committees for the various duties ranging from planning to clean np. The elahorate tleeorations., in keep- - ing with the theme "Sc-eret Carden." Nl completely transformed the eafe- teria lf wondf rful musie or FMWMMWQ til- xear prom was proudec y W Darrfl Renfro and his orchestra , Senior- enjos their last high school prom Y bw -'4 af? 4,4 40" vii' .. X' -Qin. Th, pause that refreshes Sitting the next one out ' RCCQPUOU C0mmlU9ff greets all - r Q o J. Tl - D ,Q n f v 553. , , ,V rf K X - . i . , 5 ' ' ""- Y , F' ' ' ' '. '- 1 "" I L 9? :K J ',i -. -D I, ' i l ' 2 , Sq- i P ,L A 5 K l X r 1 t V 'x , ,-44 , 2 2 'if Q - V s ll, i ' ,. I ' s 1 t' it t f l 's I -H, 6 I V, kara V ,Q W, n 8 g .!,',,Z3'Ajj--i EEZ. , 'V , 4 .N xl 'V 4 -w if N X I 1 L lv.-v . . L. A -e -. l IIS The Splrlt begins The Rally Squad doec a yell Thme yumorq' They rg-dllv have the Ideas IFELIFELIFELIFELIFELIFELIFE LIFELIFE1.lFELlFEl.lFEl.nFE1.uFE LJFELIFEUFELIFELIFELIFELIFELIFELIFELIFELIFELIFELIFELIFE LIFELIF 'Qs They may be wet, but they re havlng fun Tlmm out for refreahment-' Game Tum H6 f my 9. ' X. 7. 4 I Y, . . . ' L " A M.- ' f . A -J X . fl " 1 '. A 'V ' ll N ' ' . J- , . ' "V f' . . I 2 ., x. ' v A Q y as a a J 4 6 vigil R" . ? ..--. v .7 ' ' , i - . - , .. - I S 4 I .., IFELIFELIFELIFELIFELIFELIFE LIFELIFELIFELIFELIFELIFELIFE UFELIFELIFELIFELIFELIFELIFE LIFELIFELIFELIFELIFELIFELIFELIFELIFELIFELIFELIFELIFELIFE l.lFEL ,werecmy tu ent ow ar II7 Q H011 h 'K v S d B d Y C d?"9 On to the dance, Never too tired to dance after a game. FELIFELIFELIFELIFELIFELIFELIFELI LIFELIFELIFELIFELIFELIFELIFELlFELlFELlFEl-IFEL-IFELIFELIFELIFELIFELIFELIFELIFELIFELIFELIFELIFELIFELIFELIFELIFELIFELI VC llllt. clas e were taklng thelr uiual course, school llfe took a llwely turn aa Qplrltc Qoarecl and extra CllI'l'1Clll8l' dCllSlllCS mcreaied The txulverance of the tudent hods wa- detected not onlv ln Qolemn 3NNLlIlllllCS KBEAT COTTAFE FROWFJ and ln Qnake fldllflllg through the hall 1YOU LAN T BEAT AN -XXPMANJ hut lt al o appeared ln a moderate form durmg Cl3QSllIIlP mouea So mans candy wrappers were IH eudeuce after a Claw mowle that ll seemed aa though a onor fXdll at ll It Xou wouldn t believe lt But here ll lb Thu -ure are lmooz and ho. Tlme out II8 R ' . . X S S v . N 'l ' 3 s I' ' .T , , fl' . - I o , , , A I J ., . Q 4' N 7 ' . -Y ll - Y . ' . l A . v A. .' I v. l ,K f . - 4 ll s pr' " ' tl 's l nur. l . f' X 1 l pack of rodents had held conference ln the llttle theatre On the other hand hlgh Qplrltb were often hindered hw plnk llp low of books ml Qed bu sec defectlwe telephone and other uch hlghls organized elreumatancea AG Qprlng fes cr took Ita annual toll and manv Students we ff dulv lnaplred In the recults of thelr flnal tests the long vcar ended Howewer plana were alreadv belng fontrned for another momtntoua year Sock dances become popular with students Suvh interestf All thool dance IIIIIIHUOII are tough at tlmes iwi x ixx Steuarde lt choolo Y FELIFELIFELIFELIFELIFELIFELIFELIFELIFELIFELIFELIFELIFELIFELIFELIFELIFELIFELIFELIFELIFELIFELIFELIFELIFELIFELIFELIFELIFELIFELIFELIFELIFELIFELIFELIF ff e A ' ' L D s' ' , 1 ,s. s - ' ' ' , ' ' .u'A, IFELIFsuFELIFEUFELIFELIFELIFEL.:FELIFELIFELIFEL.:FEL.:FEUFELIFELIFELIFELIFEUFELIFELIFELIFEI.:FEL:FELIFELIFELIFEUFEUFELIFELIFELIFELIFE UFELWEL, I R L s hawe their Unlted NHIIOHN Week Assembly Q -l LV' If hvgig Sophomores wan for the Sophomore A-Nemlrlw vu 4 we me 1 H 1 120 l 0 Q 9 P x. 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X ,X 1 AN' fr ' I 1 U I 1 1 v ., . , , y . , t v, 1 , . . , - , .-I I ORGANIZATIONS JEAN VJILLIAMS EDITOR A club would not he a club without the presence of a faculty advlsor All school sponsored orgamzatlons are requlred to have at least one member of the faculty 0fflCl8lC The adwlsor has many, varled responslbllltles ranglng from pennlng prodlglous packs of perlod passes, trackmg down deceptlve bank accounts, and musterlng a mustard brlgade, to mamtamlng coheslve control during club conflabs In general, the majorlly enyoy themr work and appreclate the chance to work closely with students outside the classroom I'0lltlIlC ll U--, gif- 5? 'he C' i 1' if ff .. I Row I Nnrm'l lVI'ller Dlane Dotx KH F enhlnlt I l1l'1 Ixllwkf-n1Ilhl JIHIN H slu Ix thx I 1 I 1 'Nllth NJINIFI Horton Row II Bob -Kn1Ier on fhurk Metzger Mlureen fhurrh R v Alklfl on Ilorothw I IUIIDIIII ku IIe'lttx hn fn ttf mn Boh Over Barher Roger Peter K1-nm IVIPKIID Fllfll 'Wuer Qu-x1 'No I1r Nlr Ixerlew FIIPII 'II4'IIlll"Il'W INTER CLUB CONGRESS The U11 mber Iup of the lntf r Fluh I 0llUI'f -- all th1 School eluh uve pre 11lent- 1'oor1l1 mate the X3I'l0ll cluh a1t1s1t1e Earls Ill tl11 fall th1 Illlll PFOIIIICKII their tra1lltlonaI -- 1 1 nt1 r around Fr11l1ls IIN Photogrdphfr pt1tur1 f t 1 X lrloll HC loo a1'tlxltleG A N11 .1 one their mam rt pon Illllltlf' th1 memh1 r- ndgc 1l t It I1 11 1 1 llrlllf' t 1 1 all I 1th.1II 5 loo 1' un fllflll I111 1'- vor 1r whlI1 Int1 rl ul: flongr1 pI'0f'lll'll 111 It .1 11 Ill rn nt 1 nroxu 1 lf' ws rI11 r 1 prr 126 5... l BOB NEWSON PRESIDENT I i ' I . :Q 1 .- , ki 'll J - ':..'A' Q - 4 I Q VA - " B s I . . 1 - f 5- I - -1 Q. c. J V Q L. V 11 5 '. v-5 V. . F Q -J , 5, ir,-,V , If 'Q ff I '- 2" ' -'Yi V 1 'I c ': A .. -H,, .3 fy- L .- I L " 9 ' . 9 5? I . 4 'A ' 1 f I , 1 x Q .. If N - ., -.f I I ,f 3 1 1 z , W . vs' J fl I 4? ls if ' 5 2 Yr D , 4.4- 1 5 . XI I I l ' 11 U 1 1 , I ' ' 3+ .I 1 ' 1 . . A .' . ' ." .is 1 . .it 1 ' I' 1 . j zu Q. 'll I' ,1 nu. lonni- , 4 1-ss-, 1 . ' : , s . . . . 1 , . 'nn . 'S . j Z: '. . '. 11: Tea -1 . ' - street. Row III: Roh Newion. Jarli Kienzel. Don Ch'en. flhurk I-Irlle. Stan HHf'IIP!I. III1-Ii flummini. Row IV: Vern Sivnge. Wilsovm 2 - S ' 1 , f Q " s' C. .I V . F t . ,. . S. Y . I.lI.ll. 8.'.'Q'lllI ly. Its them- 1'1- - 1-1l ' I " h I 1 .S . I is I1-'z' srl I fof . . is S. . . . S. x X .N mu ' ' I - ' n -1-ssim s I ' ,. h- fmtlz I :ml Ibask ' ' seasons. .lvl I I I s 's -I th 'k'f"' 1-ll . -ss 'II' suppl' -s 'n1l -I 'I IC . The 'lulrs I " I'l C III1' 'o " s r1'1'1'IX1'I 1fItS. KAY ATKINSON GIRLS KATHERINE DIXON PRESIDENT LEAGUE The Girls League IS a leading organlzatlon of which every glrl ln Eugene High IS a member This year the f lrls League attempted and completed many many projects The League sponsored monthly teas with the faculty members Approximately flfty teachers lIlCllldlIlg the Ilbrarlans procured helpers through the League The organization prow lded ushers for each assembly and evening program held ln the school auditorium Christmas cards were sold ln these sales were added to the Girls League trea urv The successful all school skating party held at Kreklau s skating rink in January was one of the social functlons sponsored by the Girls League Locallv the members of the Girls League delivered voters pamphlets solicited for the Heart Fund and United Fund campaigns sold TB seals and distributed Polio Banners to the downtown stores The officers and cabinet directed all the Girls League actlvltles while the glrls who participated received Girls League hours for their work 9 . . ,. Q, a I A . . K, . . . . 7 y December, all purpose cards in the springg the sizable profits gained from ' I s . V , . . . . . . ., ' ' ,, 9 . , . , . . ' 9 7 5 I . h . . . , . - . v . - . . . . , N., Row I: Marie Crowther. Gail Dumm. Janet Barker, Jean Williams, Jeannie Guske, Janice Hastings, Beth Trauze, Frances Muel- ler, Virginia Goddard. Row ll: Carolyn Emerson. Elise Moore, .lo Ann Sustilla. Jolene Taylor, Kathy Price, Janet Kerley, Nina Woods, Jessie Bethel, Carol Hollister. Row IV: Charlotte Nelson, Mary Ann Ashley, Marceline Nuss, Diane Doty, Sarah Thomas, Bunny Brissenden, Kathy Lang. Joan Jeske. Row Y: Christine Law. Susan Dawe, Marianne Schultz. The homeroom classes each selected a representative to the Girls' League Council. These representatives attended the council meetings every other week during the year and discussed the problems and projects of the day. They were then responsible for reporting the relevant information to their homerooms. K ROW I: Eva Tucker, Marjorv Metzger. Kathy Dixon. Marilyn Kurtz. ROW lr Ellen McMurtry, Wendy Wood. Kay Zimmerman. Juanita Bralrham. ROW II: Donanna Smith. Dorothy Camhlin. Gail Richmond, Emily Marilyn Kurtz. ROW ll: Marie Johnson. Barbara Hall. Killhi' Divm- Dillllf' Huston, Carrie Moorhead. Barbara Hall. DOW- Sharm' Brufr- Elaine p0""lU- 128 Z GJ x...,, 'Ll The Doernbecher Tea commlttee carrled on lts tradltlon successfully The displays were SIX hundred stuffed dolls and anlmals were collected and sent to several hospitals, one of the state schools for the blind, and the local Pearl Buck school The Prlnt and Cord week was supported whole heartedly by E H S students The ten cutest dresses and the cutest couple were selected, an assembly dance, and a style show were held whlle plpe cleaner dolls were sold for admlsslon to these 3CllVlIleS Gold and sllver plns were awarded at two assemhlles to girls who earned 130 Girls League hours ln recognltlon of thelr servlce to the school The girls who earned more than 200 hours were entitled to purchase thelr own gold plns Row I 'Norma Nlaner Judy Rushing 'Nancy Rear .loan Robinson Wlarle Johnson Row ll Elame Elliot Harrlelte Hall Janet Rear Jewell .lulson e- Q V c c 1 ' 47 , ' I . l R . ' I , ' I , ' ' ' '. . , ' K 'f A .1 S ' Y : . - . 4 . effective, the mothers enjoyed themselves, and some ,. K A L 4 I ., I vw ' -1 9 . -1 0. . . . '4 'Tx x n. . 'I . . . X - . , .,?QLw,.,V.5,,,,,,p , V, . K . '21 Axeman's Council is a service organization which represents every boy in Eugene High. The cabinet, composed of the officers and special chairmen, and the council, which includes representatives from each home room, coordinate the organlzatlon s activities Axemen s Council managed during Hello Week, the first week of school, various activities which included the sale of Hello Week tags the election of the friendliest 'E PETER KING PRESIUENT AXEMEN COUNCIL 4 'Wa X C ,wa -I 'fl P I' X Fl Z UI -'I 11 2 boy and girl, and an assembly The group also sponsored Be Up Clean Up Week ln the sprlng The organlzatlon edited the Axe Handle which IS a student directory listing every Eugene High student s name, address, and phone number Axemen s council edited an Axemen s Dopester a sports information guide for the basketball and for the spring sports seasons X I I f i M I I D H ll B ll M dy Bob Oxer'-treet Ron Landskroner Bob Cluster Row ll ggzait lgcillslgiewlglziiireljifldfstjzlrliexr Yzihhgfif Clii1:'lanM3hiier llgfirt li'nlkenlelennmCharles Harvew Carv Lewellyn Curt: Bryant Row lll Jim RISIDSCF Craig Bushman Rick Cleveland Cary Wells Dave Powell Pele King Bob Anderson Jeff? Hvllvwvv -lm' Bowers q .. Q? .. , I . 4 4 L' ,I . lt - I , ' I ' I' 'Q ' ", .n C. ' Q .Nl 'l ' 5: il ,. h , ,A . V 'K Q M V . 1.1 y ' 4 Q 12 . 24 l . 'gg F I Q . 3: l. 5 Ga ' 1 I . h I A . 'g ' xi -V . nj I ' ' ' ' I- "ggi "r'2J'?f7lffZ , ,. 11 - :It l N' ' n - . Ulf . n L' " f ' ll 'A H . gl: V Q , , "4 I Q25 J 7' fl: v . . , .pf 1 C X, f , , . U 13 i.. C Q .N.f N' . ' ' 0 O 1 . . Na Row l llorothw Brahham Margie An lmger Janet lxerles Bea qehumarker Juamta NIEYDI Ellen lVIr'Murtrw Alrlene Whrma N Woods Martha Mars Row ll Jolene Tavlor Penny Flemrng Jovee Kern Que Barker Beth Teague Kane Prlre Caroline Yaaler Clara Potter Marv Ann Aehlev Qanrlra Qprmger lou Ann Fenn Carrie Mooreheasl Row lll Drana Qcott Arlene Cox Gerry Angus tune Phwlllw Whittaker Allve Fentle Pat qkene Dlanne Qpurlor-k Jurly Peter Julle Qtearn Carol Henclrleks Jessie Bethel Lenore Glenn Row IW Carolyn Agzerter Barhara Hall Arlene Workman Bonnle Brunker Grant Clark Joe Paplneau Jim Halen Jeff Mickelson Jerry Yan Tae le Marianne Wane Barbara Waln Row Y Kas Beattv Phylll Wormmgton Wllt Rreharfla Yern guage Raw Qtlnkel John Lanflon Brure Fu taf on Tom Wrlllam Rrehard Hunter John Bunett SERVICE CLUB fhe Service Club IH one of the large-t and most HCIIWC tlloolorganlzi-1t1onG It memlJerQh1p IG open to Qtuflentc lllll re ted ln servlng the ehool and POITIIIIIIIIIIV The cluh N major rupon-lhlllts 1 to ell and take tlcketc at all Fugenf Hlall llomf athlftle contests The member dellvered xoter Q pamphletc held thelr annual fllfl tmaa party for local llIldCl'lJI'lXllCgCd Chllclren and enjos ed warlouc COCIHJ function during the wear BOB HAYES PRESIDENT IV: 'Z 2. I- G., ' .. Q , , .Q , -- , 3 Af .. f . f Y 1, - If Q - !x. 9 x., - L ,q r 1 V - . V, ' ' - 1 ' ' ' N ' . -' 1 -I ' -"' " X' " Ag h ' Q . -2 V 1- ' ,B v 1 y n ' Q . 1. , I 3 ,K Q L f- A , - 5 v V -. Y ' V " , 0 .Q Q ,. - 3 - ,, O . - 1 . , , ' - '- U tv ' -7 p - .", v - , . 1 D , I , ' 5 1, ' - V 4 l , -- ' . . Y' 4 -. - .. , ,, V V 4 1 l '9 v I - .' ' . . ' . s . ' . . . , . Q, . 1' , A ma -- , . . I , . , . a, . , , 4 ,. . , ' . Q ' ,' - ,. - . , 1 . , .' , . ' : . , , , - Q .' -J v 1 1 , . . . , S, . 5. ., . . ' ' Y v ' S - ' I A N 1 1 Q . - -F .. - , . ' 2 -' . ', S . 1 ,, . ' . .' . . . y S S . ' ' 5, ' , , . , . . . S 5 e. S . h Q . ij Y. 7 s 5 '. ' .' 'C Q' ' i 5 S ' . ' ., . . . 1 . 1 , E F , . . . -. , S ' ' e . ., ' , , X .. . i. . . , . . P ' S ' . ROW I1 LeRoy Rankin. Curt Myers, Dove Lyons. Ron Lodge. Wally Cummings. Kay Beatty. Donna Roberts, Donanna Smith, Billie Palanuk. Ruby Hart. Lorna Anderfon. Marian Jarvis. Barbie Lorentz, Jane Carter. Bob Huffman. Jerry Holloway. Mel Olsen. ROW II: Dave Powell. Ron Beezley. Dave Powerf. Richard Strobeck. Evelyn De-Moss. Nan Wood. Carol Buford, Raybeth Vllinters. Dorothy Camhlin. Maureen Church. Janet Rogers. Jenny Gravely. Anita Schaefer. Kathy Richmond. Dick Houtz, Larry Harrington. ROW Ill: Ed Johnson. Gene Quimby. Skip Nordstrom. Dick Doll. Wilson Barber. Ralph Crabbe. Delores Vaughn. Carrie Moorhead. Carol Minor, Hazel Chamberlain. Jo Fandrom. Juanita Conner. Shirley McNab. Peggy Fults. Virginia Chapman. Sonja Sweitzer, Loren Rice, Dan Triolo. Earl Mr-Crzirken. Mel Hansen. Don Walker. ROW lv: Jerry Marks. Olaf Thingvall. Mike Kelly. Jim Quick. Bill Muhr. Janice Hastings. Janice Van Cl:-ve. Frankie Mueller. Mary Jane Eldridge, Martha Crumroy, Elaine Fredricks. Marilyn Geary. Beth Teague, Phyllis Andrews. Julie Stearns. Carolyn Cykler. John Gustafson. Bob Bashford. Kieth Akers. Bill Pitchford. Walt Peterson, A CAPPELLA 'Q .. S JERRY HOLLOWAY PRESIDENT PURPLE PIPERS Dorothy Cnmblin, Bob Huffman. Billie Pulanuk. Wilson Barber. June Carter. Jerry Holloway. Beth Teague. Mike Kelly. Frankie Muell e-r. Bill Muhr, Ruby Hart. Dave Power-. Evelyn DeMoss, Ronnie Lodge. Anita Schaefer. Ralph Crabbe. Jenny Cravely. 132 4 , I I '44 41 l ii 'i JN it 1 . t ly K ll x .51 Eb ROW 1 Janette Stahl. Sandra Dirimple. Dolores Finch. Sheila Rupple, Betty Lush. Jane Campbell Norma Maier Tamyra Turner Jones Sharon Culver. Susie Perry, Judy Vilbrandt. Deanna Holister, Edwina Zawislalm ROW ll Carolyn Watkins Muriel W Darlene Hazelton. JoAnn Brown. Barbara Copping, Kay Krebs. Darlene Smith. Judy Jeffer Marianne Crabtree Phyllis Jeanni Egger Jessie Bethel. Georgia Davis. Rose Daniels. ROW III: Betty Bylancl Barbira Sprague Deanna X"IlljZhl1 Cheril Marsha Cardener, Edwina Gunther, Muriel Cass. Arlene Aird, Judy Peters, Karen Henslw Juclx Jaclt on Arlene Cox Carolyn Barbara qovsard Carolyn Parsons. ROW IY: Shirly Tennant, Joan Barber. Sandra qprmger Pam Danner Jowe Kern Eileen Pat Palmer Sandra Stewart. Carol Swanton. Joyann Jorgenson. Leilani Williams. Patty Wrtgglesworth lxaren Peterson Nadine Molly uuk -Xrlene Sayles. Ellen Miller. The A Cappella. Girls' Choirs. and Purple Pipers are among Eugene lligllis musical courses. These groups sang for many school and local functions during the year. The A Cappella and Girls' Choir participated in the school's Thanksgiving and Christmas assemblies and in the music festival. Sing 0llfSll'f'f'fI,lIllf1. The Girls' Choir sang for the Kiwanis and other local organizations: they gave spring programs for the junior highs and high schools of Eugene and X icinity. A Cappella made an appearance oxer KYAI. TY at Christmas ti and participated in the Easter Sunrise Services. Both groups attended the district music contest held at South Salem lligll School in the spring. ROW l: Jerry Holloway. Evelyn lJeM0ss. Wilson Rarher. Dirk Peterson. Bob Huffman. Dorothy Camhlin. Mary Ann Smith, Carolyn Paraons. Jeanne Sehmitt, Ruhy Hart. Ron Lodge. Harvey Allen, Kurt Molholm, John Yaaler. ROW ll: Mr. Harrison. Franves Mueller. Sharon Barker. Marilyn Hayden. Marie Crowther, Sharon Harris, Judy Hawley, Jo Ann Brown, Carol Buford. Kathy Price. Nancy Dobson. Jeanette lngell, Beth Teague, Jessie Bethel, Ellen M1-Murtry. ROW lll: Patsy Tranherg. Jeanette Stahl. Shirley Tennant, Jane Carter. Caureen Church, Juanita Conner, Anita Sm-haeffer, Ellen Miller, Ardene Myrmo, Lenore Carlson, Judith Peters. Carol Hollister. Carolyn Vaaler. ROW IV: Dave Lyons, Mike Kelly, John Vaaler, Ralph Crahhe, Dave Powers, Lloyd Churchill. Bill Muhr. Larry Harrington, Mike Mayo, Dean Madsan. Milton Quam, Jerry Brindle. ROW V: Elaine Frederirks, Billie Palanuk. Jennie Cravely, Donanna Smith. Kay Beatty. BAND ,M KERMET JORGENSON PRESIDENT RALLY SQUAD ' FN When we go to the games and see our yell leaders and Rally Squad we think how lucky they are. Yes, r If it is an honor, but we don't realize the work and practice they go through before we ever see them at the games. They begin their practices months before school even starts They have to control the whole student turnout at the games by having them yell only it certain times and by trying to keep all yelling and actions on a courteous basis We all know that is really a job' JANET RAND'-E DAN 'rRloLo RONALD LODGE WILSON BARBER MARILYN HARRANG . I . ri X K r ff f E vf' - I g D' I ' , Q W et- 9? - ' "' r , A "W 'A . .HKQ V ' i R 136 4 0 AL- , fl IN .A vis' I . KATHY MOORE DONNA ROBERTS sf! x KAREN MOKE si In GERRY TAYLOR S t t 1 x 1,14 s.- ' ' -- ' ,Q " PEP CLUB ul! , ,J iv .V 1 x- ,' N ' . g JK. n -ck. YQ n f 11 JOAN LONG PRESIDENT LUCY HART PRESIDENT Both the Pep Club and the Hatchets are organized to promote school Qplrlt and Sportsman hlp at the Euvene Hlgh football and basketball gamec The Hatchet were formed la t year to Uwe the Qophomore glrls a chance to learn and participate ln the school Q organized yells The Pep f lub 12 compo ed of gurls from the Jlllll0I' and Qemor clacses The forty Jlllll0I'G former member of Hatchets were elected last bprlng b the lrls lll their claw Twuntx LIIIOI' were elected at the ame y g tlme bs thflr tla mate DIIFIHU the war the Per fllub honored the l Axemen at thru ban uct The unor numbf r were ln charve of fl c asus the spring sportQ banquet Al-o tlnw war, the club spon ored a lblx and lnlrl vet atqua tc pol luck ft r tl P p u r mfmbf ra tht lr pan nt and the fdllllly Following, thc pot uclc the pare nts and fa: ults we T6 the lep f lub membere gnc sts at a home ba-lu tball game Z HATCHETS K' . . S , D . H ' . . LQ 5 l U le A A . A D Q l . .ff'. v ' Y i l ' ' ' 5 . ' f' ' s 1 ' x f S . ' ' D the football banquet, the juniors the basketball banquet, and both an 'ssc-n u' ' - a 'gh' ' ' ' in ul" . 1 me e Cl l . . ,W .' . . 5. . . . . .' 1 ' , l I . . . . . . Y , , , , J , 5 , I ,. . E 4-pl if GARY LEWELLYN PRESIDENT Rowl Dave Powell Larrw Hughes Bob Anderaon .lerrx Hollnwav Boll New on Dlck Rwhards Cary Lewellvn Martm lwngley Row II Churlc Metzger CUFIIG Bryant Charlee H1rxey Pete Kmz lexghton Tuttle Mtke 'Vlnmn Jerry M1fkQ Ronnle Beezley .llm fhe E Club lncludes boys who hawe grades of a C Average or better and haue earned a waralty letter The membera had Y2lI'l0ll re-ponelbllltleb Then Qerx ed a gate guard and held rope to keep people off the plaung floor durlng the IYIICFIIIIQQIOHQ of our home ha ketlmall game Thes pon nred an ac emhlx reff rc 1 rl Illlflllg thx box Intramural ha lxetlmall game and ehaperoned our lunch houra Bowers Bill Relersgaard gur- 'wx QM: 1 1 ti '- 1 IL 1- ' Ll 5- f .. A : 1'- xa ' ' 4 ll I 2 , J . . . ' . L' 'F . ' ' . 1 ' , ' .. ss as 2 , ,, , '. ' , . . ' ',- ' ', .V . ' . . . . .. ' ', - ' GB 79 ' - l t , . v ' ,Y R ifwr' gf' 6 . v . A A . . . . Q g R V I by . .1 around the school thls year. f v F ft ' , K ff 'gl 5 Q ' Y ' A I K K ' -' 6 p i I ., : S W t '5" . . ' '- ' ' , Q ,. , f 9 g, l if . ,A . 5 -.' . g . 4 ,N I X ' n L: r ' g gt ff I J 'ex X I 's s .S '. I A 1 1 1 l 1 -S. , ' . SV F- L, e l it - r K ' ' f xx P M 4 - iz., . , g JANET BARKER PRESIDENT .AL Row I Nalda Casev Doxyna Dver Margaret Christensen Carol Fskola Bobby Hu e fathw Iutes Pat Brown Janet Barker Sandra Horton Zelma Creen Ann Morsund Cynthla 'Sorensen Gwen Pltterson Beverly Qmlth Darlene Waltman Demarls Holcomb Row II Raylene Moore Kay Atkinson Chrls Iaw Alberta Garm1re Patty Pedersen Karen Perkms Nancy Cates Marv Ann Perdue Beth Mart Donna Tift Lorayn Johnson Katv Price Carolvn Yaaler Iavonne Qnwder Jeamne qfhmllll Carol Buford Nlarazaret DuPuls Joyce Justus Peggy Fults Maxine Penselln Qandra Cum Row III Ylrglnla Holeman Judy Peters Ruth Coltron Carol Burgess Barbara Hall Norma Maier Diana Stott Qharon Phxlllps Juanita Conner Beverlw B329 Carla Chamberlain Eleanor Hale Marlene Tryon Carroll Ieavltt Larrx Hawes Yucca Penn: ton Carol Cvkler Edvsma Cunther Row IX Joan qkeen Charmalee Spencer Nancv Rear Donnette Lopu on Nlta Harvew Judy Cros Call Dumm IVIar1l'-n Rlchmond Marian John on Clorla Metcalf Irene erson Elsie Muhr Eulalla Drake Dorothy Johnson Jackie Klenk Krlne DuQhane Jan llmak Arvene CHP? Jllflt W19hbUfU IOUI P Crabb Dolores Ruff Barbara Tupper Que Yogel Nhry Ann A hlev Iou Ann Maxwell Su '1nI7awe GA The objectnes of the G A A are to promote a wholesome program of physical actnltles for all furls to stlmulate Interest lll healthful hung to offcr opportunltles for becommg leaders and follower to promote portsmansllke conduct and attitudes, and to tlmulate Interest ln whole ome lcl ure tlmc actlxltu Play day sports daw lntra mural llllIl3ll0Il dlnner an IIICIHIIBUOH tea and fun nwllts were among the actlsltles sponsored bx C A A Numerals letter and other award- were gn en to the member at tht aw ard as emblx ln the sprmv A 'Wai .-rm.-'.x W A 1 l A . . ' , A - F . l ' - , ' - . , 1 , . , , , , ' a . , V ., , . . . 1 . - . . . I. '. . - . - , .. - J .. . , . ,' ., . . , , . , . , . , . , . . , . . . ,. . . . .. , . . . . . . n , . . , , . A , - ' - - -. - 1 Y - ' ' - . - 1 Q . I- 4 , ,, s . 1 . 1 . . . . , . . . I , s , -' s.. 1 ' , I ' . s , , ' , Street, Cormne TIDO, Deanne Rasmussen, Judy Rushinz. Marilyn Brink. Betty Bylund. Miss Best, Karen Hayes. Row X: Carolyn Em- . ' . ' . , . . ' , I . . ' . , s. Q .. . . 's 1 , . , . . I , I t . , F ."., 4 . . ' , . Ft ' . O I W . . . . I . . H . . , . P . . . . v , . . I ' 5. .' .' . ' s A Vs ' - ' " ' es. 's. . . 3. - F. , . , 5 . I ' ., e ' 1. . . I . . I Q - V 5 ' . ' ,. V' ERNEST ETTLICH EDITOR I 4l E H S NEWS The E H S News was one of the few hlgh school newspapers to have a forelgn correspondent Charlotte Means, former E H S student, wrltlng from lndla, told us of her experlences ln her column, Elephant Walk Ernest Ettlxch was edltor wlth Laren Ogle as assoclate edltor SlllI'lCV Kopp was huslness manager, Jean Babcock, feature edltor Miss GlllS0ll IS adusor to the staff The paper came out on Frldays wlth the exeeptlon of the State Tournament and graduatlon ISQIILH ,l,llI1l0I'5 entered the class at the heglnnlng of the second semester and were trained for work on next vear s staff ii':.,"r'0 NYY? 1 'F-D1 'D-.- FT-ii ., 'ar Row I Glorm Lockhart Shirley Kopp Dune Deck Jean Babeotk Mass blbson Row II Arth Scott Ernest Ettllch Ben Coffe Don Hammock Sharon Bullat 1 I - . t . 1 F' 1 Y Q ,X fy 01 ' sl 2 - Q L Do L I A I t O O I . . . as 99 ' ' . . . . . . t . . - l I . . . . V. . . . . . . . . . . ,. - . ., t. . I . 5 I . . . '. ' '. . ' . " ' 7 ' I 9 7 3 ' s Q 9 1 . ? 1 1 E, SUZANNE JETTE EDITOR FQ rg EUGENEAN The Eugenean Staff wa- concerned with an lmmense taQk the productlon of thx- xear school annual The book was entlrelw compiled hw the Staff wlth the exception of the aetual prlntlng and ll00kl'7llldlllg The form of the Eugrnean emerged under the close sup: rwmon of the edltor and with tht ll0lplIlg hand of the advisor The major and Ctlllllllllllg all the reluant maternal -ueh aa namei fate and pleture of a fmhlle yort- e aQQeG Offlft r 'letlxltle etc' All the p1etureG and copy Vlllfll xurf fllldllt eompllefl and approxed were paQ fl onto larw lax out -heel and then Gent to the prmterx Thr f'lllIl1lll3ll0ll of the -taff work waa the arrlml ofthe Fugenfan In June 143 3 fr x " S 1 , x 1 . J lx ' I f 1 N V i ' I I U n . i 1 A 'A C' g - V task throughout the year consisted of gathering. sorting. 1 U- l s. ' 's 'ss' ' 5.51 l .. .. ' l - ' - . l ' '. -V ' - 1 lt? l x ' . It 4 I . n 3 Whckev Murraw Rivhard Cummm Ben Foffe Leu Qmnh Mr Hiatt ,lerrylfan Tas le Phvllls flayrlon Phvllie Andrews Fail Dumm THESPIANS Thesplans IQ a group of students who have an lnterest ln drama over and above the regular drama course The purpose of the club ls to encourage the growth of a greater dramatlc interest ln Eugene High Tryouts were held ln the fall for the Thesplan candldates Dllflllo the wear the candldates worked on dramatlc productions to gfun the ten points l'6qlllI'Cd for their final admittance Thesplans produced onlx om plax during the wear Howewer thev pre-entt d the wltrllrraft trial -ef ne from The Crucible for the junior English classes V- .. , . . ,. v. --m,................,.....,..,., 3 f I -fl r-A , ' T ' 'is , S f f .- ,., rf- . r f, TC " - ' " - , li 5 v. , Y . ' -L " i T T, lp I s i 1 M ' -f y - . N, :. - -1 A ' Y l ob I Z' ' , ' " dl' .. f r , Y I N Al ' AON '- .. 7 f a. -A 1- 1 q +4 - - h xx Row 1: Florence Thomason, Edda Eflens. Diane Univ, ,lean Cuske, MnrthaMary. Julia Stearns, Karen Moke. Marilyn Harrang. Row II: Bill Goode. . I . 's. , , ',r.', ' .s. 1 , , '-,,1'- . 5' Q zffs' . 1 Q lil V r Q 53 if 5 ' 5 f U iv ., 1. Q .l x .l . .v ' Y '9 1 5, . ... . . . H BILL GOODE PRESIDENT Skl Club llne up for Lunch SKI CLUB BENN GOFFE PRESIDENT Skl Club encourages lts members to develop an lnterest ln safe skung The club chartered busses to Wlllamette Pass Skl Area on elther Saturday or Sunday of each week durlng the wlnter The club also sponsored two eventful overnight trlps to Hoodoo Skl Bowl and a moonllght Skl party at Willamette Pass Regular buslness meetlngs were held IWICC a month and skl movles were shown occasionally durlng the year 145 I -' A fx I I K V l , ' 1' t "N 1' ' ' A " fl-:li A 1 D l I l '1 I Ji 2 7 VVV, 12 1 t 't M ' . I 4 . . Q nn . mi ' 3' ' . . . Ax, I 1 . ,, ' I A ' I v 1 n u o 3 -l M . N. . -ff C -if a U l N ' ' ' ,an 'Oxon 1-Q If DAN CH PRESIDENT t Row I Nwnu Ingll Edith Chngenpeel Nun Woo1l Ix1r1n Perluns l,'llIlPl lhen Ron Nvott Knthv Lang Ed .lohnion Tom Slo fum llorothw Nnwler Jlf'kl9 Webb Foralon Mull Plllllll Qmlth Row II Nhlell H1ley Robert Upp Leonard Ball Ann Moursen Lum Hurt f'ret1'h1n B1 1 Barbara Tupper Deflnnw Fregor Qlllx Iemers Ne-lb 'Nleml Qhxela Ruppel Mary Ann Qmnh Jo Fandrem Fuw -hdelott Due Wmn Rom III Ierrs Iwon I'1rrw Moore Wwnt fox llfnrk Nou-rs Bob legmn Terrlll Mlller James Woodruff ,lim Brun Nhlron Hlrrl John Trenholme Cvlfl Hule,.'lr1l John 1 lfptllltl' Wlvnc Hvrrne Row IX Bull Saulle Bru e Finlayson Frne-t Fllluh Tom Wllll1lIl Ulu Afl'lIHb fxlltll Qhoruk ,Ink kfllllll lcler W1ng1rt Bill 7lnlker D'lNltl 5m1th Dxrk Rlvhards lloyd fllllfllllll Ron1l1l 1 lr1n1lf-l farx llhylll SCIENCE CLUB Q1 Through the function- of the SCICIICC Club, lte member: des elop an llllflt I'HIElIlfllIl"' of the lmportance of QCICIICC to life, lIlCI't3Nt' lllf'lI' Ln1mle1lU1 of NCIPIICC and glxe Qerwlce to our FOITUIIIIIIIIS and Ildllllll fln- YQ ar becan-e there were so mans llltflllllt r- lldXlIlf' 1llff1 Ft nt lllll ft I the S011 nee Club fllVlfll 1l IIIIU th1 flillllklll f lildlllllt N radio phs -11N lll0l0gN .4-"' chemmtrx and photoffrilpllx llvklft C1 month the-e branchen on 1l1 mon rdtlon 1 n 1 Ill! 1 Il Th1 bram lf - . n ehool lt 1 1 . n 1' 111 - ,- U 0 YN o 1 I1 1lXl lon pdfllilpd 1 1 an nw r 1 mth F1llf'r11l1 .xr C I 'EN - T., C - - ' - .' - .' 1 1 ' . 1 , ' S. " , ' . ' 1 .' ' 1 . . . . 1 1 . 1 ' .-QS.. . 1 1 1 , .L ,' , ",. ' . . ' , , 1 . 2' . ' : , v' ,j S. .1 I' . , ja T '. f. ' .' ' 5, , . , ' ' , , A P- 1 1 F. , ,. ". . fa x f. aj - A . ' 7: ' f " , s, ' I' , 4 1. . ". a. . ', f. f . z". 1" 'V '12 'x X - . ' . f ' . ' ' , . A . V . 5' . J- ' N 'N h l v I A! U A, h . . rr . L - A -A . .- . A P. . . 45 5 . ' r 4 ' V " ix I ' " All - x . I . P ' , ., -Nr plll ' rl ' ' S for the 'l l H .Ilgi 1 'l fi A N f' alsopzn'ti1'ipul1'1l in 'i1'tiviti1xs Ulllnlllt' 1 f s . Tl ' ' 1 Fillllt dixision I't'I'4'lXt'fl an annuh-nr raulio trwns littinr. l."ll.'t' this year. thus gisin, it- lllf'llllH'l'r u l'llllIlI't' to 1' IIYPFSQ' 'ith the l val II,-XM sta t' uns. un1l the biology l' ' ' " 't1'1l 'V ' ina tr '1' plz I' I. In oj1"l ' 1- 1 . ' ' " va. L Q MYRNA HENDRICKSON PRESIDENT The members of I. R. L. are interested in international affairs. Because of its increase in membership, the club was subdivided into two groups for program meetings while the entire club met on alternate months. The featured guests at these various meetings provided the I. R. L. members with entertainment as well as with interesting information on international affairs. 'C Row I: Elizabeth Follett, Edda Edens, Janet Garrett, Peggy Fults. Carol Buford. Edwina Gunther. Row II: Phyllis Wormington, Dar- lene Ueller. Jessie Wojaliii. Fharon Bruce. Connie Ayotte, Elaine Porritt. Juanita Conner, Katy Price. Helen Pederson. Judy Jeffers. Carole Burgess. Jane Campbell. Norma Maier, Patty Pederson. Row Ill. Jewell Julson. Pat Burg, Barbara Hall. Sylvia Tobin, Dorothy Cadman, Karen Friberg. Joy Ann Jorgenson, Virginia Tyler, Pat Tuttle. Phyllis Culbertson. Carol Buono, Myrna Hendrickson, Mrs. W'ilm0nt, Rus- sell Hendricks. Row IV: Mr. Weliking. Carroll Burgess, Rebajo Fretwell, Janice Tift. Gretchen Vos, .lean B11lIf'0l'k, Ellen D'-Idle, H3191 Chamberlain, Marilyn Kurtz, Margie Coffey, Janice Fosnough. Carol Ilendricks, Janet Woods, Judy Martin. Row Y: Glenda Brown, Janice Richins, Karen Hendrickson. Judy McCulloch, Elsie Muhr. Karen Olson. Terry l"osl'i0ll, Jane Ruff. RHIUOUII Miwkfills CIIFOIYYI Fl'Cdl'iCk50n, Sarah Thomas, Carolyn Smith. Carolyn Yaaler. Carol Potter, Ann Collitl. Row YI: Barbara Bransford, Louise Grubbe, Nick Squires, John Lindstrom, Dick Gale. loyd Churchill. Doug McKay, George Blain. Ilill Pattison, Bill Starkey, Bill Goode. Mickey Murray, Loy Buley. INTER-NATIONAL RELATIONS LEA mm Sbmtom anim '7 Row I: Marsha Gardner. Janet Kr-rley. Kay Zimmerman, Kay Atkinson. Darlene Ilayton. Jean Williams. Maureen Church, Kathy Long, Jolene Bevard. Muriel Cass. Sally Yandehey. Nancy Rear, Jackie Klinls. Row II: Margaret Carley. Sue Clark. Joan Bauerly, Pat Christian- son. Judy Anderson, Elaine Hahn. Emily Huston. Mary Haworth. .-'lnn Moursund. Margaret Lemon. Clara Potter, llonnette Lopuson, Char- lene Wfirniington, Sandra Gum. Bev Fmith. Row lll: Elise Moore. Bobbie Brissenden. l.aYelle Christenson, Judy Ash, Charlotte Nelson, JoAnn willtllsh, Jlllly Johnson. Carolyn Watkins. Gene Gilbert. Joyce M1-Cullough. Janet Rogers. Janet Henning. 'Row IV: Marsha Miller, Pat Milligan. Judy Rushing. Stephanie Beck. Joan Ilarker. Sue Barlow. Diane Lynch. Ilorothy Caddy. Marian Johnson, Carol Escola, Karen Perkins. llianc llonahue. Betty l.ush. Margaret Greggo. Mary Ellen I,--e. Marilyn Forester. Rim Y: Ellen Miller. Sue Tangfeldt, Bunnv lirisscnden. Rosie York. llale Church. Kim Erdman. John Gustafson. Milton 1-tuam. Paul llarlver. Gary Wills. Kent Yoekey, Richard Klor, lien Goffe. John Albino. ' 147 nu, L so -5 ,, 'wo RICHARD SIMMONS PRESIDENT LATIN CLUB The purpose of the Latin Club is to further the interests of the members in the culture and lives of the Roman people. Speakers who have traveled to Rome and other parts of Italy were featured at several of the club,s meetings. The club repaired and prepared toys at its Christmas party and work night held in December. A box of toys was arranged and sent to the Fairview Hospital in Salem. I48 Y? Row I: Donna Roberts. Carol McKean. Barhara Nirolai. Sue Truehlood. Row Il: Kathy Moore. John Bradley, Harvey Wanker. Dick Qimmons. Jewell Julson. Q , ,.-..-.-i...... Row I: Barbara Bransford. Glenda Brown. Janet Barker. Jane Ruff. Marilyn Kurtz. Maureen Church., Jeanie Cuske. Martha Macy. Ellen Mrhlurtry. Rom ll: Carolyn Hixon. Carol lluono, Wendy Wood. Phyllis Culbertson. Carol Esrola. Judy Martin. Ann Collett. Edwina Zawislak. Jean Babcock. Row III: Marie Johnson, Brenda Bnrek. Bev Srhumaeker. Judy Fears. Sue Rowe. Har- riet Hall. Alice Gentle, Sheilla Ruppel, Carol Minor. June Kel-o. 'Ilire Stanford. Row IV: Fm- ily Huston, Janet May. Sue Mowen. Marilyn Everett. Flu-ri Anderson. Lou Maxwell. Ben Goffe. John Forney. Mr. Daggett. Row V: Loren Rive. Kim Erflman. Dirk Cale. .lohn Gustafson. Bolt Cluster. Dave Adams. Harvey Wanlcer. Rirharil Bolvlinger. ,lf FRENCH CLUB This year the French Club studied the customs and traditions of the French people. Meetings were held at members' homes on the first Monday of each month. At each of these meetings the club members discussed a particular French custom. They also attempted to speak French during their meetings. MAUREEN CHURCH PRESIDENT SPANISH CLUB Students who have completed at least one semester of Spanish are eligible to join Spanish Club. At the monthly meetings held in various members' homes. the members conversed and carried on their business and social functions entirely in Spanish. The club featured a Mexican Pinata at their annual Christmas party. is P 1'- MARGARET CARLEY PRESIDENT QD Row I: Donna Angst, Connie Mathews, Carrie Moorhead. Phyllis Wormington, Nina Woods, Marie ly'n Beck, Diana Scott, Jean Babcock. Row Il: Eloise Samuelson, Sue Carter. Carolyn Fred- rickson, Sandra Kruger. Dorothy Caalman. Ilarriet Hamilton, Josephine Givens. Leota Brown. Mary Smith. Isaphine Jennings. Row III: Deanna Gregor, Cweneth Havercroft. Ronnie Lesan, Doug Vincent, Dick Dickson. Sharon I.ause, Page Mahler. Nancy Perry, Marjory Metzger. Row IV: Bill Pattison. Dick Gummin, Dick Richards. Ben Coffe. Jerry Marks, Cary Waddington. Amado Aldaraca, Altan James. John McKinney. Row I: Bev. Lusk. Carol McKeon, Marilyn Harrang. Linda Kuykendall, Margaret Carley. .Ianel Rear. Nancy Halton, Diane DuShane, Judy Washburn. Nancy Rear. Karen Horton. Row II: Dar- lene Dayton. Caroline Mortensen, Sue Trueblood. Gerry Moore, Gail Richmond. Katherine Dix- on, Emily Huston, Phyllis Andrews. I-Iarriette llall. Marie Johnson. Row lll: Barbara Waln. Dorothy Snyder. Karen Schreiner, Joan Baurerly. Suzanne Jette. Barbie Lorentz, Carrie Moor- head, Carolyn Siler. Mary Utterback fnot a memhert. Barbara Hall, Pam Smith 'not a member'- Marianne Crabtree. Karen Hamaker. Row IV: Eval Tucker, Sharon Ottosen. Dorothy COOIC. .Iutly Krogh, Ellen Miller, Rondene Cilstrap, Margaret Burrell. Barbara Blinkhorn, Pat Kubl, Sally May, Nancy Hall. Sandra Wlhitney. Row V: Pat Horninz. Kay Eisenhardt. Diane Daly. LOFCNH Smith, Connie Mathews, Donna Angst, Gerry Autustine. Karen Petersen, Charlene Murdock. El- eanor Hale. Janet Henning. ELOISE SAMUELSON PRESIDENT PALETTEERS Paletteers is open to Eugene High students interested in art. The members made numerous posters for the music and drama departments and local organizations. The club constructed the decorations and program covers for Penthouse Serenade. In March. the group traveled to Portland to visit the art museum. 149 mn - .1 - .L-1 KAY WOODS PRESIDENT Howl Nancy Chapin Frances Effmger qandra Horton Zelma Green Carla Chamberlain Juanita Brabham Row ll Linda Yarbrough Ylrgmna Wilson Beverly qage Joyce Mcfullough Cherie Puterbaugh Claudia Klang Donna Lang Row Ill Farolvn Parsons lawonne qnyder Arlene gayles Kav Wood Marlene DIXQOD Janice Yan flew- FFA The F F A members are part of the national organization for high school agricultural students They SIFIVC i farming through determination, efficiency, hard work, and the attainment of a T V -ll SClCfltlflC attitude Row l Yene Nlewaral Robert Ntoakdall Furl: 'llc-ser Rm Rldnour John Nltlxmnew Alun lxelm Row II Clifford Wheeler 'Vlelxwn fachlll .lark lklenzle llc-n Renhen Rulnrd Ree e larw Bhs Row lll ,lame 'Nlervm Dole Henze David Nlulku Nlr 'llakm on F. H. A. The F. H. A., organized for girls taking homemaking, set up a window display for the national F. H. A. week, sponsored two needy families at Christmastlme an provided refreshments for Penthouse Serenade during the year RONALD RIDNOUR PRESIDENT . . , d t 7 ' o 0 Q -A C4 0 l S E Q ' 1 I T2 . . . , , 'L-, . . y o L 4 . X Y p I, . for success in x - y Lfxffs f ' ' ft x f fy, , . . . L ., 1 Z' .J t . P y 'V :Q 4 S4 l . Q . ,r 'D .A ----,FA -..'vA F . . .' . S.: U FTA Future Teachers of America 1S organized to benefit the students who are interested in social work, the mlmstry, or F T A pursued a program which was intended to broaden the members knowledge in the various fields of music, art, religion, science, and CdllC8tl0Il LOU ANN FENN PRESIDENT '17 Row I Sonji Sweltzer Sandra Stewart Kim Erdman Carol Hollister Mayme Dodge Arvene Copp Ynrgmm Wil on Row ll Arlene Sayles Phyllis Willcut Ann Newson Morrice Corlev L rov Richardson Mary Haworth Lavonne Snyder Mary ,lane Eldridge John McKinney Row I Virginia Wilson, Beverly Smith., Virginia Spousta, Arlene Workman, Lou Ann Fenn, Vern Sivage, Sue Smith, Leota Brown, Diane Mollier Row II Lorayn Johnson, Arlene Cox, Marlene Dlxson, Claudia Klang, Carolyn Hixson, Judy Villbrandt, Myrna Starr, Zelrha Green, Janet Rodgers, Jams Fosnaugh, Miss Hayes Row III Jean Williams, Carolyn Agerter, Patsy Tranherg, Connie Palmateer, Shirley Kopp, Pat Shene, Elaine Elliott, Sandra Kruger, Eleanor Hale, Carla Chamberlain, Sharon Barker Row IV Sally Vanderkey, Barbara Hall, Delores Vaughn, Sally Lemery, Phyllis Whittaker, Connie Ayotte, Sharon Bruce, Jessie Woyahn, Fran Fomey, Sharon Ottlson, Sharon Phillips KIM ERDMAN PRESIDENT FBLA This club is organized to promote lnterest in business It correlates activities which acquaint the members with common business skills and helps them to develop the ability to become good leaders. 151 0 0 0 l Hill' , - O ' . . . j ' 1 L 1 V n o H . I 1 - . . '. v ' 5 ' teaching. This year, the ' '5 '9 'T' 5 ' ' ' . . . N' , . 0 . A V l sk-A O I I , I I I r K , , ' 1. 'z '. ' ' , .' ' , ' t , ', ' , . ' D , , ,U . s . ' : A .' , 1' . ,l , . J e. , N A . 0 o 9 g ,. 6 ' .4 'tl 4 f J - H. A 5 V , I 1 - K . I I I l 1 ' . . CAROL MAXWELL PRESIDENT fe-aff,-. f Q ii Q, HI-Y - - r - -a fri ' 1 J g . ,"2-- A t Hi-Y is organized to create, maintain, and extend throughout the school and community high standards of Christian character. This year, among other activities. the group attended church once a month, held two successful banquets for their parents, and sold football programs at our home games. 152 45, ts, il I. .T ' ,-tsl. I M l1L'1 I rv Row I: Virginia Aasland, Sharon Singer, Janet Garret, Margaret Christensen, Carroll Leavitt, Carol Maxwell, Phyllis Claydon, Mardelle Traylor, Kay Marquis, Dorothy Atwood, Ceneine Dully. Row II: Diane Ruthven, Lorayn Johnson, Marilyn Davis, Coleen Coleman, Marian Squires, Thelma Berry, Jeanette Paul, Pat Skene, Cheryl Swan, Nancy Newman, Deanna Bryant, Kay Beattie, Carolyn Waske, Sue Mowen. Row III: Patty Pederson, Charlotte Jensen, Joan Barber. Barbara Hall, Diana Lee, Carolyn Lake, Donna Kensler, Karen Burkett, LeAnn Elwood, Yucca Penniston, Beverly Cor- nutt, Patti Bertrand, Lorenah Bendshadler, Peggy Fults. Row IV: Miss English, Dolores Ruff, San- dra Bays, Sandra Springer, Muriel Westerlund, Judy Peters, Donna Dyer, Eloyce Walker, Arlene Hix- son, Donna Day, Brenda Bengston, Edwina Gunther, Laurie Schomp, Carolyn Bell, Linda Yarburough, Lorna Wills. Row V: Carol Burgess, Patty Burg, Nancy Rear, Sandra Davis, Marilyn Brink, Kay Kreler, Pat Codell, Delora Bouie, Irene Zuver, Yvine Woods, Maxine Pensilin, Charyl Peiterbaugh, Carol Potter, Darlene Waltman. Row VI: Donna Larvson, Sandra Rhuhiert, Charlene Rubiert, Char- lene Wormington, Karen Olson, Betty Lush, Charlotte Nelson, Karen Hendrickson, Carolyn Parque, Jan Vlasak, Nancy Huntington, Nancy Ingle, Judy Knight, Barbara Everhardt. Jewell Harp, Virginia Holeman, Arlene Best. Row VII: Jeanette May, Judy McCulloch, Sharon Tarpening, Sandra Cum, Jackie Klink, Dorothy Johnson, Elsie Muhr, Nita Harvey, Chris Law, Diane DuShane, Judy Wash- burn, Barbara Brollhard, Barbara Tupper, Sue Vogil, Jean Jorden, Janet Woods, Alice Jane Tucker, Marlene Axttner, eota Brown, Judy Hought. Y-TEENS The Y. W. C. A.'s purpose and the Y-Teen goal both stress serving Cod by serving the fellow man. During the school year the Y-Teens worked at the Sacred Heart Hospital as nurses' aides. The Y-Teens also sent soup to Liberian natives, participated in Y-Teen conferences, held candy sales, went swimming and skating, and enjoyed many other types of service and recreation. .5 '-,. . J m V ' 4 1 sl- l :gat 1-f ' 'sgch ., ' 5 gl' U , . ' -Q I ' af, " V,"--f" .- -Q rf . 'T 4 .rr S ' l, fill an IN Row I: Mickey Barnhart, Duane Wolfe, Bob Brown, Ken Hamilton, Milton Quam, Steve Nosler, Harvey Freeman. Row II: Bill Byrne, Loren Rice, Dick Richards, Chuck Metzger, Bob Ander- son, Chuck Hale, Tom Williams. Row III: Lou Parmenter, Bill Starkey, Rick Cleveland, Dick gaqn, Fosdon Mnrlattx Atllan Craig. Row IV: Jack Bradley, Wally Cummins, Mr. Warner, Mr. .. - .... u al.-- ,. .. lI',.....-. BOB ANDERSON PRESIDENT STAGE CREW Organlzed to serve the school, the Stage Crew directed the technlcal operations of all assemhlxes The members deslgned, constructed, and palnted sets for The Curious Savage, Smg Out Sweet Land, and Space Capades, the varlety show They a so managed llght and sound effects for these plavs and other assemblles CHUCK MORRIS PRESlDENT Ih was -QL, Row I Eldon Crabtree Bud Smnh lrwm Johnson Dick Wood Lorna Webster Phil Sorenson Mr Blood Leroy Rlchardson W yne Km? lil! Row Harp Glenda Allison Row II M Od 'NI C I G ld Wlb B S Ann Perdue Sheila Ruppel Gwen rPa!tel'J:llJn lgrehlrlsth ljilrl? era I en ev age Mary I Carolyn Parsons Sonja Sweltzer Jo fanderm Tamvra Turner Judy Wllbrandt Jewel DICK WOOD MANAGER AMBASSADORS The Ambassadors were organized for the purpose of provldlng fellowshlp among the students of Eugene Hlgh A student lnterested ln partlclpatlng IH the club actlwltles need not be a member of, or afflllated wlth, a partlcular church Each member strives to llVC a clean Chrlstlan llfe As the year s mam proyect the Ambassadors sponsored the Junlor 153 Semor Banquet ln May . ! w , . - ' 1' ' . UI , ' ' 1 Q" ff Ill . rl: .. I I "',- ' L' N, :. fr 2 sv , ,f V ., , . " ' n V ' ' Q ri - 0 l , . . f X A .. p ' . ' A r v , ' , fl 'l f I ' G 1 , : . ' , ' Q 7 S - Q 9 ' . , , ' , a ,- . --............... ... ., n , ,. ............, --9? . gmi., .I 3' ' XP' ,- -. 1: ,' ' I ' r- A - a - x ' .1 fm ., ' l 1' ., ' ' V " " N ' W-. . 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HANDBOOK This committee worked two months during the summer settlng up the student handbook The members secured lnformatlon wrote artlcles, obtamed photographs and drawlngs and produced the flnal copv BEV SAGE 154 'v:f.ffin, 'rf ' I 5 47 A Row I Phvllls Worwmgton Donanna Smith Cerry Taylor Bev Schumacker Judy Sears, Jean Babcock Myrna Hendrickson Row II Arlene Cox Ruby Hart .luanlta Nneml Margaret Carley Manlyn Kurtz Phylhs Claydon Arlene Workman Row III Rn-hard Cleveland Carolyn Vaal er Barbara Hall Row I ,lan Vlasak Arvene Capps Donna Clft qandra Horton Yelma Creen Carla Chamberlain Donna Kensler Row ll Dmne Bhkelw Carol Cxkler NIIYQO Ross Bew Qage .lllflv xlllbrandl Helen Williams ,lane Wlarlln Bow III Marne Crowther Page Nlahlf-r Marv Baker Ilrlflrl YM' hrough Jeannine Slllmlll RICK CLEVELAND EDITOR AX ENTS Ax ents, a hostess 0I'g3IllZ8tlOIl, was organlzed two years ago The club sarlous banquets, dinners luncheons, and teas at Eugene Hugh and around town The glrls who were ho-tt sses for these eunts recened Girls League hours i 9 : 1 ' '. , ' , . n 4 va 7 7 ' Z 9 , I e 1 B g , - . 5, - cy ,. 4' 5 dll V ' ' - - A' 'QI L4 ' served as hostesses at sf , - A S l - a Z 9 W . ff as .1 , E . 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D - RICHARD CARLSON PRESIDENT STUDENT STORE The school store served as an outlet for all types of school supplies Students from the Retall Selllng classes donated thelr tlme for work ln the store These students handled all the buylng selllng lns entorles, and extra buslness connected wlth the store Workbooks were sold on a non profit basis, but the proflts gamed from the sales of other supplles were donated to the student body fund Row I Tom Wlllnams Dick Slmmons Leroy Rankm Damel Chen Bob Stehn Row II Duck Carlson Ron Fandrey Dick Olsen Leroy Brent,IoI'n Bassett BOYS RIFLE CLUB The members of the Boys Rlfle Club were lnstructed ln the safe care and handling of flre arms and were taught to lmprove thelr marksmanshlp and sportsmanship They partlclpated ln shoots twlce a month dllrlllg the year and enjoyed monthlv ple feeds and an end of the year hamburver feed or Blowou The tradl lona Marksmanshlp trophy was awarded at the end of the year to the member hawlnv the hlghest average score ln hls shootmg record CRAIG TOMLINSON MANAGER L Howl Beverly Iu In Barbara Berry gandm Horton Helen Pederson Pat qkene Row II Wil son Barber! Qleve No ler Leighton Tuttle Ron Jaros Kurt Falkenstem ISS 9 Q- . - 'P 5 1 -.. K ,. n a - 1-N I . . . ' . H - . " ' L . . . . . . s . . "' - 'I D Q 4' V' 'V I - , 1 , v - - s 9 1 ' - ,' D -.... ,V , , , - ,V I. Q , .t - 1 , J . I' U I ' ,I ' . . .--jg , ' . ' , ' 1 ' 4 . . . ,,, . . I N - . 'I 9 -- , Q -I 0- A - - I - -- 9 L s 9 ' u ' 5 , . , . ' J .. ' . . sl If . L I I ' x 2 1' . s . j.. . , . . . ' : '. . , . 5 , . , . . DEBATE Thls wear Q debate l0plC lnternatlonal trade, has confuaed concerned and confounded the lntellect of the annual crop of debaters The dlQCllSQl0ll and dlffllCl0ll of thu Qubjeet haxe gn en POIQC and publlcltw to the sar-Its Squad Through the dexelopment of an underatandlng of free trade and effectlse -peaklnv num: rou- l.I'0Ill1l9i of reeognltlon haxe auvmented not only lUfllWldlldl evoi hut al-o the status of our debate Qtudentc Howeser not alvsas- were thc aehuwnunt motnated 0llllI'ilX ln tln lllIllNlIlll8l he fmal trlhute mu-I he pald to I ncle -Xllle f a, m onnu x ll an 'Vll g r l l 1 l lerrw leorge Ruln Hart Doro Xlll m ll l nrrx 'No r Q Soma Winer ku Benn lhme Dc-4k .Ioan long farrle 'Vloorhead liolr Huflmln pu W lllx lummln Hola legm John Xlll on Ernet Fltllch Thom: Wllllillll Gerry Brook ln Bernard 1 off: na l N X ll n Wir lhut lllllllll Farrell Nhd en linda lxuwkeni a nr e ne c r I'll1llQ'lll l llvl lx nh l rue ,lu null NIBYIII Dianna 'ro x Xllun on lx IX lllllfllt rm lll 'Nl :urn-n lhure 1 on ln 11 N1 ulre l len-lan l e 1 s xlfl Tho on 1 nle Pnl om o ln I R. lg ll 4 Rolnerl-. 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R, Q 1 P.-if ff l ADVERTISEMENTS FEL WAQRFN EDITOR STAFV BILL FOODS PHYLLIQ ANDREWS FHFRYL SWAN l l X T f -ft if 1 4 ,. .Q K T 4 ' T , 0 N1 i i H W K N T 5 .7 1 T, , E L T 'E Q Q s t INDEX ADW ILRTISERS A 81 W Acme Bodv St Fender Serwlce American Emhrolderlng Co Amerlcan Steel 81 Supply Appllance Center Arhuckle s Shoe Store Associate d Plywood Mllls Automatic Heat Company Baxter 81 Hennlng Berncllff Prlnter Bng Y Market Bon Marche The Broadway The Bullders II'lSll181lDg Co Bulev Llnn S Central Heatlng Companv Charm Cleaners Chase Flowers Chet Famous Foods f laypool Drugs Club C leaners I oast to f oast f oca Cola Bottllng Co Crown Company Domestic I aundrw Fcho Sprln Dalry Fl Pronto Erlc Barber Shop Fugf nc Beautw f ollegr Pug: ne BIIGIHC folle I'u cm Flower Home Inugfnc Frult Frowers Eugene 11111910 Fompanv Eugene Planlng M111 Eugc ne W elders Supplw Ex ers bodw Dru D D 5 Fennell Campus Shop Foo Restaurant Ford Drne In Fran Flne Fabrics Furs Bw Rudolph Glll51lHd Brother Lumber Goldens for Beautv f ra1e8t Viola Flower Cunderson Brother Hamilton I' lf etrlc Hart Larsen s Haul Lunch Heath Helllg Theatre Hendershott s Hennen Sz I os Plumbing Hermanek s Herman s Hllton Han es L Realtor Home Bakerv Irl 11 8. Swartz .I f Pennv Companv ,Iohnm R1chf1eldSerx1ce John on FllI'Ill1lll'f' KASH Raf1l0 Statlon Kaufman Brothers Kello g Rlchmald Kennell F111 Studlo KFRI' Radlo Sldllllll Krcklau s Rollc r Rink KI FW Radlo 51311011 K1 AI T1 Lane I ouutx Flcctrlc fo Lowrw HfllTW Lyon PllI'lll1lll'P '1Icf1rackenRobt f' Iusr NICKPIIZIF Rn er I umbc r Fo D D 5 D 5 7 I T 11 NI 81 K Furniture Wlanerud Huntington Fuel Nlarlatt s Heatlng Co Nledo Land freamerw Nllller Mllmart The Wloorc Steel Supplw Mountjoy 81 Carmichael Mutual of Omaha Nlsrmo 81 Sons Nagle Lumber Companv Nu V1 ay f leaners Oakwav Bllllf1CI'S Supplv Olsen ulck Co Park Studlo of Beautv Parmenter Pontiac Co Paul Bunyan Burgers Petro Lane 011 Co Purnell Dance S1llI1l0 ulck Service I ltho Print Rosebud Bakery Ru ell s Signal O11 Companv Skele Jewelry Smith 81 Frake Square Deal Lumber Fo Troeh s QIDOTIIII Foods TWIII Oaks Scharpf s I of 0 f o op Yallcw S1ElIl0llQI'W Co W Cl flfld We tgate Shoppe Ive twood Lumber Sale W es erhaeu er Tlmber Co V11 on 1111510 Compaux D W 77 D ' ' ,,,.,,,,,,A,,,,,,.,,,,,.,.......r....... 170 ls ' ............ 183 1 ' ' ,,,,,,,,,4,,,,,,,,,,,, 182 1 ' " .... 178 'S N ........................ 18' , - ' ,,,,,,,, 184 ' ' ' . .... 171 'S " ...............,........,. 17' , ', ' . ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , 182 OF ' W .,..,,.,.. 168 ' V: .......,.......... 182 1 1 5 ,,,.,,,,,,.,, , 182 ' ' ...,.................. 183 ' j ...................... 179 1 ' ,,,.,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,.,,,,,,r, 180 7 - 7' ..,............. 184- 7 L' 7 ' S , Co. .. 166 , ' , ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,A,,,,,, 166 . - ' ' ' . .......... 165 7 1. j ....,.,............. 182 . 1 -r 1' ....,.......r. 184 ' ' ,,,,,,,, 184 1 ' ' ' 7' S " ,..r,,,,,,,, 166 ' ' ' ' - ' ,,,4,,,, 170 ' ' ' ,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,.., 171 1 . 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EUGENE ROSEBERG MEDFORD Automatic Heat Company Phone 4 1427 3675 Franklin D c sc IG oo R I I B o or on I at ll u ' A C Q 9 7 I 2 . - u ' U 1 . -',l,, 2- L, s ,.x:1ur1L I - - . u u XX .. -s-sw- ini-I-J 5 In I E Q " L ' if 1- if 1 ir I NEXWEST and FINEST BEAUTY COLLEGE PACIFIC COAST Elf .Rf TRAIYED HANDS ARE J NEVER IDLE CN THE X fx INVESTIGATE BEAUTY 6 4 CULTURE AS YOUR 292 WEST 8TH EUGENE OREGON CAREER l ' 'I' 1'1 MECHANICA WING C S PALETEER'S INITIATION WILLANIETTE GYM F00'S Restaurant American - Chinese - Seafood Menus Orders to take out 764 Willamette -- Dial 5-9583 Eugene, Oregon Compliments of P cr r If s Studio of Beauty AWARD WINNING STYLISTS 1527 Franklin Phone 5-2291 Kelloqq's Rich Maid A Home Owned Business 1407 River Road Phone 4-8521 EUGENE BUSINESS COLLEGE Dr, Colvin Crumboker - Katherine Crumboker 383 E. 11th - Eugene, Ore. -- Ph. 5-3413 "Effective Business Training for Over 53 Years" Mutual of 0maha 992 Willamette Phone 4-6287 YOU NEVER OUT-GROW YOUR NEED FOR MILK M fwwvwvw 1650 8th Avenue West Phone 5-9887 HE RY L WRY me Wfmfzm 1013 Broadway Eugene, Ore. YOUR EUGENE CENTER FOR QUALITY EQUIPMENT Congratulations to the Class of 'S S Hennen-Vos Co. PLUMBING - HEATING 771 Blair Blvd. Eugene, Oregon The Central Heating Company BURNER OILS S 6' H Green Stamps Phone 4-3281 BUILDERS INSULATING AND ROOFING CO. "Your Johns Manville Dealer" NEXVEST and FINEST PACIFIC COAST N-Q-f' Rf TRAINED HANDS ARE BEAUTY COLLEGE NEVER IDLE X 'N INVESTIGATE BEAUTY ON THE X754 4 s 292 WEST 8TH EUGENE OREGON CULTURE AS YOUR CAREER MECHANIC WING CLA PALETEERS INITIATION wrLl.AMETTE GYM F0098 Restaurant American - Chinese - Seafood Menus Orders to take out 764 Willamette -- Dial 5-9583 Eugene, Oregon Compliments of P a r If s Studio of Beauty AWARD WINNING STYLISTS 1527 Franklin Phone 5-2291 Kelloqq's Rich Maid A Home Owned Business 1407 River Road Phone 4-8521 EUGENE BUSINESS COLLEGE Dr. Colvin Crumboker - Katherine Crumboker 383 E. 11th - Eugene, Ore. - Ph. 5-3413 "Effective Business Training for Over 53 Years" Mutual of 0maha 992 Willamette Phone 4-6287 w 1 i I 1 YOU NEVER OUT-GROW YOUR NEED FOR MILK Z.-fi, 507u7wDlll7UI 1650 8th Avenue West Phone 5-9887 HE RY 1, WRY AW EZWWZM 1013 Broadway Eugene, Ore. YOUR EUGENE CENTER FOR QUALITY EQUIPMENT Congratulations to the Class of 'S S Hennen-Vos Co. PLUMBING - HEATING 771 Blair Blvd. Eugene, Oregon The Central Heating Company BURNER OILS S 6' H Green Stamps Phone 4-3281 BUILDERS INSULATING AND ROOFING CO. "Your .Iohns Manville Dealer" THERE'S A LONG LONG TRAIL AWINDING THROUGH TOWN sn. S . S for famous THE LATEST CAMPUS SHOE FASHIONS Hear Your Favorite Tunes ,OP ,OPS SHIP N suonn JUDY BOND S K H L ousea EUCENES FINEST FAMIL1 SHOE STORE FOR ALL THE GUYS AND GALS Tenth and Willamette I f at Eugene Ph 4 5317 Everybody Lrkes KASH Serving the Growing MANERUD HUNTINGTON Needs of Eugene AUl'0l'hCll'lC FUEL THE EMERALD EMPIRE Heat and Southwestern Oregon company Keep Warm and Happy wx E Phone 4 1427 991 QAK 51' 'QE JTTWL 3332571 E EUGENE OREGON commas? INC' Phones 4 1211 Fl'0l'lkIIl1 55252 EUGENE ROSEBERG MEDFORD I PARADE DANCE AT scnoou. HIGH cHooL PARTY 0 D 5 LP on , at ll ll - I o 9 I r Q 0 C 9 7 . - ll ' " I -',4' i',l 52- E 'X2x.'1l!lU'QL' I 1 - O Il ll V --..r.1- ,N I ' . KEN. T -2-we -'C E" ' 1 if if if Q I Y lit N PEP DAN ES AT THE ERB MEMORTA1. BASKETBALL G M5 Headquarters For Headquarters For CHINA SILVER NKEII EZ xv fy IJ 44 sho C0llgI'2lll1l2it10IlS Royal Doulton d Roval Worcester To The Stu entb Wedgewood Castleton 00 94' xv: do 1027 Willamette Wallace Internatlonal Gorham Reed 81 Barton Helrloom Towle 181 .v I . 1 ' X 1 Nj A 149' X, I ' f h - N h , " A - LQ. Q " J 1 ' 1 ' 1 C A I 5 u f . L , x X 1 ' ,f V I . t f Xl e AGSEvQ2'5?2:x 'I' e, I V ' T " U4' ' Q5-4: 'AEI' V Q. . I I I I - Q I I On I 9 1 1 of DD O PEP ASSEMBL FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA FOOTBALL AWARD ASSEMBLY WILS01 M 1070 Wlllanrctte St EUGENE ORE Goldens for Result Telephone 4 4243 29 W llth Ave Eu ene Oregon OLSEN QUICK Lam fmmtg 9 Largf st flppllanrv Dealer 820 Chamelton Eugene 327 Mam Spnngheld MARLATT S RADIANT HEAT H1 ating Engineers C ontravtors Phone 5 1812 Eugene Oregon NU WAY CLEANERS FOR BETTER APPEARANCE 200 Rxver Road P L Fahnlander Phone 4 7311 IRISH 81 SWARTZ Ample Parking East Slde WEST Side Shoppmg Center Shoppmg Center 1960 Franklin 777 W 6th 5 8404 5 1539 South Willamette St Shoppmg Center 2489 Willamette 5 5251 182 ks- Z-f 94 I-In P11006 5 2371 ""' TROEH S SPORTING GOODS Lv: rythmg ln Sportmg f oods Dxal 55431 Willamette at Sixth Eugene Oregon Fran s F1ne F abncs Srmphclty Patterns Yardage of Varlety Buttons and Buckles Made to Order Out Rlver Road M 6: K FURNITURE Inur Norge Ilvulvr ur Ifugvm' Phone 4 9741 1375 W. llth U . ' , 'j : A 1 'E A V , Q 1 A f ". 'J , ' "Beauty is Our Businessn 5 f v O - - . . . . o . 15? 1,70 ' . ' ' a l 'l'1rn7: I ' l - ' 1 LEAVING FOR A FOOTBALL GAME SOPHOMORE ASSEMBLY WOODWORKING CLASS Eugenes Flower Home Corscqes Weddmq DGSIQIIS Cnty Wzde Service 598 13111 E Phone 5 3112 Lane County Electnc Cooperahve Owned by Those It Serves COCA COLA BOTTLING co of EUGENE 2000 Frankhn Blvd. Phone 5 2326 IIEII MA EK Ilualltv Apparel Coats Suzts Dresses Sportsu ear DAISY L MIL! ER MGR 870 Wnllamette Phone 4 3051 Eugene Ore Dlck and Ilm s EL PRONTO DRIVE IN Short Orders Pronto Pups Hamburgers French Frles Orders to Go 1689 Wlllamette Phone 5 5101 In the Heart of Eugene HEILIG THEATRE 676 W111c1meIte Phone 4 9311 Gunderson Brothers Engineering Corp. TRUCKS BUssEs Phone 5-3343 On Hlghwcxy 99 APPLIANCE CENTER 70 10th Ave. West Phone 4-6297 B I G Y sursn MARKET COMPLETE ONE STOP FOOD CENTER GROCERIES MEATS BAKERY FRESH PRODUCE MENS AND CHILDRENS CLOTHING 2175 W. 7th - Phone 5 8411 Fennell's Men's Wear on the Campus Where o Genume Interest IS token In YOUR Appearance Expert Hcnr Cuttmg Eric's Barber Shop ERIC cmd WALT, Barbers 792 llth Ave. Eugene. Oregon .Z ', M L - , .V . K ' , ,s J -- 1 'J W C 1 . 1 ' . I: , '. 1 I .T . ' . 0 Q , , , . . . if I I I l 1 SC 75 7 f cc as , . . . , . , 1- - ' 5 1 ACKNOWLEDGMENTS BERNCLIFF PRINTERS KENNELL-ELLIS EUGENE REGISTER GUARD GAIL RICHMOND LITHOGRAPHERS PHOTOGRAPHERS SUPPLEMENTARY PHOTOGRAPHY SENIOR POEM LINCOLN 8: ALLEN ------------ BOOKBINDERS HONOR SOCIETY IN ITIATION BAND CONCERT SERVICE CLUB CHRISTMAS PARTY The Mllmart Infant s Ladles and Chlldren s Apparel Phone 7 7062 632 Maln Street Sprlngfleld Grace Coast to Coast Stores an Locally Owned Vlola S Everythmg for the Farm Home and Automobile Flowers HARDWARE CAR ACCESSORIES SPORTING GOODS Phone 4 3121 Public Market Building 73 W Broadway Phone 4 1261 Eugene Glushna Bros Lumber Company Keep Oregon Green West 2nd and Garfield Eugene Oregon Phone 5 2301 166 ANNOUNCEMENTS JEWELRY DIPLOMAS GOWNS Sfudzo sfylvd deszgns JOHN WATKINS ROBERT M REYNOLDS RICHARD STARK JAME FULENWIDER 1316 S W Thnrteenth Avenue PORTLAND 1 OREGON ATWATER 3385 ' ' . The CRUWN CIIMPA Y BAND MAJORETTES SC OOL. SPIRIT INTER-CLUB CONGRESS ASSEMBLY Eugene Welders uppl Oxygen -- Acetylene Lincoln Electrodes and Maehines Victor Equipment Repairs and Rental Phone 4-1439 1574 W. 6 CIQYPOCVS Dfugs Jentset FURNITURE DRUGS - SUNDRIES TOILETRIES PRESCRIPTIONS Carefully Compounded COMPLETE HOME FURNISHINGS "We Give ScQtH Green Stampsn 649 Willamette fb 886 East 13th Phone 4-4031 phone 4.2281 NBC NETWORK On the campus CHANNEL 13 CHASE FLOWERS Flowers and Gifts of Distinction 58 East Broadway Phone 4-1454 PALETTEER'S INITIATION SS INTER-CLUB CONGRESS ASSEMBLY The U. of O. Co-op if? A STUDENT OWNED STORE SERVING OREGON STUDENTS Si? 1000 East 13th - On the Campus AMERICAN Steel 81 Supply Co. 51 E. 7th Ave. 'k Eugene, Oregon INDUSTRIAL, LOGGING AND MILL SUPPLIES G.E. MOTORS, HARDWARE SUPPLIES, PIPE, WIRE, WIRE FENCING, NAILS, CAP SCREWS, NUTS, BOLTS Phone 5-0373 for STEEL CONGRATULATIONS TO THE FACTORY REPAIR STATION FOR CLASS OF '55 mm Wetmcfdan W IRING YB! KS? T0 ELECYHCAX LIVING SERVES Ano SAVES Thermador 232 W. 5th Avenue ELECTRIC HEATERS 67 H2 fl' .i 5 , 5563? 'L nfl 1190 Wlllamette Street Phone 5 1215 Eugene Oregon QXQNX UJLDX CN- AMMOK MUD QQQUMQUYWW BM DRUGS SUNDRIES TOILETRIES EUGENES PREscRlPTloNs FASHION CENTER 986 Willamette Phone 4 0221 r ' ge b M, ' ? If s -, , Y I 1 ' Jfn . , , '. , 1 1 ' ' ' 1 " ' - ' O xx x xg' ,, D . N1 , , , . 1 5 . . , 3 1 X' 1 f K BAND pofl-UCK HONOR SOCIETY INITIATION PEP ASSEMBLY . f U ,e---- -- ' A ,-' ' , ,H O s t . -n, ... nw, ...... ' -' ' .- "'. -Q., Agn! ' 4 J, 1 -1 -1: ' 7 O x ' 7 EM 0 0 u P RUBERT C MOCRACKEN INSURANCE AGENCY 83 W Broadway Eugene Oregon Phone 4 4219 BOB MCCRACKEN SAM Husrow DomestIC LAUNDRY AND DRY CLEANERS IZI W 7th Ave Phone 4 3205 S G H Green Stamps GEO MYRMO 6. 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