Forest Grove Union High School - Optimist Yearbook (Forest Grove, OR)

 - Class of 1947

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Qc-ff ...M .-..-.K .: A --,, 4. - V., . .-..- - Q- ' .- -K..:- - 'T-Q.- ' W' V-H+ . V1 -fffa-543. V '45 ' " . V 2-SafiaSE" g l 'SPIE- "5 4gj,Q -311 VV2 1.1 R ' ' 'V J --' -'VM .- V .9 -V ..f-..,V... '- - ... - . WH- - 2-'ml if .215-. .. - -' .i""-.ff-,,,'5,,gV.' V..fV..'- F f-, K.. P Q 1 5 Ro V DX. V. iffy , X ' v '-X-,, , J, - , f i . 1 ii I 'sl V5 lj? EH I ,ur 1 ,515 5 i iz. YH in xx N N lil! ' 1 'igi 3 ii 5 5 k Eh ' I3 ii if ,Un ig 1, .W h E EQ f' fa si f? is Za if L3 ,. gi K . L- .,..,, ii Q, . The Optimist TIME-I946-I947 SETTING-Foresi' Grove High School PLACE-Forcsf Grove, Oregon PRODUCERS-Joyce Feldman, Doris Hofmann To Coach Ar'I'hur Brachmann, Who by his inferesfs and counsel has encouraged and furfhered sfudenfs alhlelics, ac'l'ivi+ies, friend- ships, and apprecia+ion of scholas+ic s+andards, +hose lhings which are generally 'rermed "FG High Spiri+s" we affeclionalely dedicale lhis book. IN MEMORIAM There are no words +o express our grief a+ +he loss of Mrs. Rex Leavens. Those who had fhe privilege of slrudying wilh her found an undersfanding friend ready wilh encouragemen+ and support We all gave our hear+s +o Mrs. Leavens. Now she has gone-our hearls have gone wi+h her. f "" ""' of....v, fi li if so l I L :Li 5 i i ll sf, ll gf ,vi .f .e its J' ,sz ,Qld e if l il l .l if 23 g, E U. 5 'a i E il if Ll, E If 'N 1 255 sill - 2553 gl I f Ss? Q f . W E3 Q a J 2 ff li :I il ' gn . 35 , tw . "Q ' u QQ i 3 A 5 PROGRAM,-T: Cas-'C ECIICQTIOH Cuffafn 'mme ea-nor am Aclclecl AUIYQ -tl ns' SCYQP-It Sports R I Dlvecflon POYNSOYS .14 M Q C O ' ec ' S nl..- ....... ,Q ,041 W J".-'11 " A -H ,. lf---""" VL PRiNCIPAL'S MESSAGE This has been 'rhe second full peace 'rime school year since World War ll. This year has been nofed for cer+ain highlighfs in school devel- opmenf. There has been a large increase in a+'rendance a+ alhleiic con- 1'es+s, and an increased in+eres+ in all school "ac+ivi+ies". There have been nighl' classes for veierans, "on-+he-iob" 'I'rain- ing for bofh veferans and high school s+uden+s. The high school curri- culum has been expanded in +he voca+ional field 'I'o meel' fhe needs of more high school sludenfs ihan before. Included in +hese new courses are advanced woodworking, mechanical drawing and archifeciural drawing, an addi+ional radio shop course and a new general shop course. This has been coupled wi+h +he increased use of audio-visual educa+ion in 'lhe school. Paul A. Menegaf, Principal Ill Ill' ll ix all llsffigmilf 5 , ' A 4 4 1 PW' A 7 5 Q R F ff ,-2 ' , 5 Q4 as 1 5' 5 W Qfgfefi 5 RQ Sm .wk K - Ai i , xXx I ' N - 67 i f Frances Aront, "Vera Vague", Whiiman Conservafory, U. of O. Conservaiory of Music. Arthur Brochmann, "Pa+ O'Bri- en", Pacific Universi+y, Graduaie work U. of O. lPor+lancl Ex'I'en- Q 9 fi CRS ' 5 Recv 5 sioni. if John Paul Bennett, "Jack Ben- ny", Nebraska Sl'a+e Teachers' College, Universify of Nebras- ka lBFA, Universi+y of Washing- 'ron lMA in Musicl. Graduaie work a+ U. of Idaho, Priva+e siudy in N. Y. Ci'l'y wilh Dr. Douglas S+anley, voice scien+is+. George W Brown "Barry Fi+z- geralcl Phlloma+h Colle g e lGraclua+el Summer school ai' OSC andU ofO S CULTY Jackson Bliss, "Edward G. Rob- inson", Graduaie of Universiiy of Oregon, Summer School a+ U.S.C. and U.C. Pafrlclo Bryant Merle Oberon", P M ll' 0 I ' pqoauc i . . . . . ! I anion . . In N Graduaie Pacific Universi+y. N' 5 1:1 ll-Q X F UULTY Leonard Burns, "Charles Boyer", Gradua+e of Monfana Sfafe, Summer school af Monrana S+a+e. Leone Graham, "E+heI Barry- more", Gracluafe of Pacific Uni- versify. Summer school ai' U. of O. and U. of C. lBerkeleyl. fb: T ' Pneaof-:HS brass-rogf Q i' .-, gn.. XX Pdf Dishmdn, "Deanna Durbin". Graduare of Oregon S+a+e Col- lege. Ray Haus, "Bob Mi+chum", Ore- gon College of Educa+ion. May Dyke, "Dame Mae WhiHy", Gradua+e of Wesrern Washing- 'ron College of Educarion, Sum- mer school a+ P.U. and U. of Washingron. George Huqq. "Kay Kiser". Lin- field College, Graduafe work O.S.C. Mrs. C. T. Hunkapillclr. "Spring Bying+on". Gradua+e of Okla- homa Universify, Summer school al' U. of O. and Reed College. Lynn Meredifh, "Fred MacMur- ray", Graduafe of Pacific Uni- versi+y. Henry Pete, "Gary Cooper", Graduale of Albany College, New York Universify, Shriven- ham American Universify lEng- lancll. Virginia Peirbff, 'Linda Dar- nell", Gracluafe of Pacific Uni- versi+y, Graduafe work a+ Pa- cific. F UuLTY lldary Parkinson, C-5radua+e of Universify of Oregon, Summer School al U. of O. Lloyd Wllifcomb, "D o n a l cl Meek", Graduale of Pacific Universify. L' ' L4 " WIFI :2:'oF5 EET? X X F UULTY ,Mm ANN' Marietta Williams, "June Ally- son", Gracluale Oregon Slale College. Nifu Coe Wirak, "Gail Palrick Universily of Oregon MA. OFFICE STAFF STARRlNG G 3 PLAYERS Presidem . . . ,, sz.-ms Enqelan Vine Prcfxidani , Cjmrles Mcfmrihy Serrofary X., Shirley Wilfhmms Treasurer . M Leofa Ouvck Banker ... , ,,.. ,qdean Evansen Awlefic Manager ., .X V Mfan Harivmen Aniivflm Manager .. . NeH?e Mae knderson opszmm Msmgw x. A Davis Hofmann Viking Leg Manager . . Gerry Sinclair SECOND SEMESTER Pmsidfn! ... . . x , , .. , Charies McCa11ky Vice President . . . Andy Cunningham Secwiary . . .. Evelyn Engsien Treasurer . . Leon Ovyck Earlier . . ,,.. . Jean Evans:-n Aflx Emi-5 Manager . AUM Harhman AdiviHeg Manager Opfimisf Mar-agw Viking Log Manager . News Mae Anderson .. , Dwi: Hofmann . Gerry Sinak-:ir Gt. Fd, M 3' V' 0Qr'l.S- 17016 'VI Row Buhxm f-Ichulw Flfwerwv Xanrlmxsldvn, Xelma First fi 24 2 Q . ,, -A Mofireer, .Nyce Feldman. John Hrm-m, Second Row: Doris Hofmann. Janice: Daviflmn, Phyllis Skarsten. Nam Imcldea, Thimi How: Loki Horton, Wilma T2er1'1'y, Margaret Kznufnum. .loam Urmhrevk. L ' 'L ' H ' '-1 f'hzn'!ie Mv- Fuurth Raw: Nivea, Direhmzm, arlvism, AINQPWI Mwnk, Ama Lu. Lim on. l,ux'sQn, Mlm Putmff, mlviwxt WTJWST STAY? . ' V 'Q ,x ' . . . Wfzancf EMM State History Q 5 1 5 'W' if ,..., if A 5 .- ,. i . E L W' if :jf"hw, J A ' -. 7156. 4 Essay Contest Q1,., Q .A- 4, 5 A f l! f Rams Gwen A zl. KWH Nom Eww J .fwzwra fr if , ,-" 5 .. f' ' ' ' :Lan ' .1 .Nh -1 zf' my Mid . 'Zh i' f. Q Yxffazf .Z lffff' 3 " J --" W ,-"' ,M . jf 5 x.,i:,,i33 x1iiii:'f11:ramTn ,baffle iizi 1 Nw- iffy 2,4 8Qk'fg:iLL 2' ' rim!" in mv imp, t.1fxz'g.fzf. Emi , 1 S. ,mtbisxxz 1 L . . AW w I A pm...nw.w aww yorfawf ,II if 1' f3:w'.'s!2siIZ VGL. XB!! Faust Gwve Union High Sciwoi. Faves? Grave. Ore.. 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Ruby Jarman Xamfn, Rfayxnoxsri Ham:-on as Wilma, Besferiy Buchm' WLS! Sr! wild tiirectier. 4, , . V. f Skinng has befrome an img wwkwxxd enjfsymrzzt Io! mass and szirla here at F G. . those mat gr: the mos! crib B013 Booman, Byron Hzwvz-rms Devw, Allah Wal flair. Maybe you heya can e Mile interest A if 9 4 ' Many new cars 'mmm iffgxauxx to wvear moxmci hfgfk schwl. Ivs much ezwar to ride to whwf ihzm to walk h the opmwn of Aiizm Vuyl- :xtf-ke whn reezfnily purchased rx '29 model A comm, Daw Knapp also mu if new nwmw uf vrawnof- mime Sa Salim in mv iam wr 1,1 Mernm kiwi"-L .iw .Savior Chuan: client- lt 'uma xfxmffzff 4 smxfnulwz fc- Effwxxlffi vhurcrmf wsu' Qefgx ' 1 ' A 1 V M Smckmu- iuxwrm 22591-fa,-.1 Q umm-em 1 .4 mm! Am griverwi. DH aawilmxrd gli' Vs' tw-ns, ,xmnhies mmm urea Arkfxe twang .it 5 63118321 the piviure. Tim of t-he !'ll'fBll'TiQilS sim fs Rasvnaweni. wlzdks all kms impiis-a in 3 wry raw S nmxtiws as :wmxxvwrd by . 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Phyllis Skarsten, Pat Van Dyke, Nettie Mne Anderson, Emery Huschka, Allen Harleman, Mr. Menegat. 4-PMP" STU DENT COUNCI l.-Second Semester First row-left to right: Charles McCarthy, Leota Duyck, Evelyn Engelen, Andy Cunningham. Second row: Kenny Gore, Gerry Sinclair, Doris Hofmann, Wilma Berry, Joan Knox. Third row: Bertha Jean Larsen, Nettie Mae Anderson. Jean Evansen, Eddie Kapharnmer. Fourth row: Henry Scott, Miss Parkinson, Elmo Thomson. Allen Harleman. I a ,ww i. 4 -1+ , r " : 1 ' , X , i WLUJ g . ,1 ,R. ,MJ IFN 2"'w g.,,, 1 xfxf tw, .W-x T .i, VX, 5 ,. 'ix f--, 'J V V' 'E W 12 ,.,4 k.1 rf w A x V fx f "' N f--N rw K.: ' y x f S Q ani DON Aiiaiii Eiziz """"' A' SLM' PRES. ,AA ' "cf 'R E9 :EIEEE 25"' f'!' , , ,.5:5::., Q H, sa f 3 if 2 M Q' Q uiuz :..:5:5,aE,:1E ,,:,::::,:::,::g ,,,, - , 4 mf 95:f '-.-,Z 5,f: Efi 5 1""'5 nouns Q smsrrs SEC. MEEUUSEN TREA3. , A 5 .,...'..,, :Ek '-:-' VNIMI Sf' cunmes MeCARTHY T Rou1T vnu. LARSEN PR E53 VANDFRVELUEN YELL LEADER .Vlcrmn NAN DODDS' SEC. 0515 6 f HARCELIA Bomvsu. A Jouusvou VFLL N' 'YELL '-FIDE!! Lumen PHYLUS -'KA HS TEN THE'-ls. Agw- Wine ad? Lorraine Adams "May she :intl llumer lin- liuppily 1-rc-r :it'ter" Girls' Club l-li lm-1,-pei's I-153 'I'riAY Il-li Class Sem-rotary 21 'Przulo and lulluslrivs ZZ-1: Yiw- l . i lresilit-int Zi: lrvsilltliit 4. Hazel Bean "l"u1'r-vvi' liluwiiig liiihlllv-giiiii, that isZ!!" Girls' Ululi l-'43 Girls' Glu- l-li Spring Vini- vert I-4: l,i'l'Illit'l'S l-23 'I'ri-Y il-I: GAA 142: l"llA 2. Wilma Berry "Responsiiilt- for tlu- luu-ly lilnuiy aut win-lf' 'llruiist'e1'ivrl from llegilmlshurg, t'iilit'ui'iii:t 2: Girls' Club 3-lg Tri-Y Ll-4: GAA 4: lluiinr Su- wivty li Fil.-X Sl-11 '1'r+e:isuri-r l: Uptiiiiist Stuff l: Stulli-:it Uuiiiii-il l. Dale Bonnell "Tubby" "Ulu, tliuse tlumli St-iiiur woim-ii!" Fuotliall I-lg 'l'YY All-Stair 4: llzisketlizill l-lp Hiisi-hall lg 'Fiiitfk Sl-lg l.etteriimn'5 Club Il-4: Szu'geitiit-.Xt-Jtriiis Cl: lli-Y Siiiukt-r ITL Ulaiss Yvll lA'iltit'l' 4. Larry Borst "Lare" "'l'l1zit's wlizit l like ulmut tlu- South" 1-'nutlmll l-lp Hzislu-tlmll l-lg lizlselizill l-41 Trzivk l-23 I.r-tts-riii:xii's Ululi 2-43 Vim- Presi- tli-iit fl: l'l.iss l'it-siilviit "1 Si-xiior Asst-'iilily lg l'l1iiiriii:in ul' Qui-i-ii lxillllllillgll Uuiiiiiiittn-4' I. Alfred Bothum "Math :lull Suv. whiz" Dolores Brandaw "'l'llk'I'l"S ai 1-ull fm' yum iii tliu iiltiri-" Girls' Ululi 1-l: lllw- t'luli ll 'l'ii-Y Il-ll l"'ll.X 2-43 iii-1iui'tvi' I1 Ul'l'i1-it Stull' Il-lj Lug Htslfl' ., I John Brown "NVQ-nt tu Ni-wln-lg last week-vii.l" Footlizxll l-ll 'l'YX' rxllesllll' 15431 Slim-ill lie'- serveg lg 'l'r:u-lc Il-fl: State liilf-vt il: lla-ttf-is niairs t'luli 2-4: S:u'ge-:uit-,-Xt-Arxiis Il: Hi-Y Siimker Il: lli-Y Il-l: Ulmplaiii lg l.iiu'ulii l any .Xsseiiilily Il: llunor Sm-ivty Sl-42 Lug Stzitt' il-lg lflditni lg lrrzumiiiitt- 21 .lunior Play :li Class l'wsi1leiit Sig tlptiiiiist Steiff Il-ll lliiys' llli-il I--lg Mixi-tl t'lmrus tl: Musia- 'I'iuiriiziiiiviil -i .i. Mary Brundage 'kleviiei-s" 'l'iaiisf-'i'i'1tl fioui Hunks, Urvgoii 2: llirls' Club 2-lg Preppers L: 'Pri-Y Z:-l: GAA I-li PHA ll flttlm-v Stull 2. Donald Burkey "Bicycle Burkey" Iluys' Glm- 4. Velma Cedergreen "l'll vut your ears tiff" Girls' Ululi l-,lg GAA 2-43 Vive Pri-sinlt-iit 4: l'reppvrs 1-23 Seriw-t:1i'y Z: Tri-Y tl-4: Ilis- tririnii 4: llmiiiziiiitm- Z5-il: Optimist Stull' I: VHA l-CI: 'llonur Sm-ivty Il-il, Rozella Christiansen 'i'l21llSl'4'X' from Puitlzuul, tin-guii lg tlirls' t'luli li 'l'ri-Y l: Sl'it'llt'l'1xlllii l: Hunil li I.ilimi'i:ui 4. Tom Clapshaw Ullmiim-il tn illustiute llmiriiifs l'iilvlivutiuii" hltuiipnu-iit lvlziiiugvi- Il-lg l.ettei'iiiun's Vluli Sl-'41 Sc-it-mv t'lulv il-l: Vim- Presitlt-iit ll llinwilii llziy Assviiilily Il. Lewey Cobell "lluve yu' sw-ii lfltmiiii-?" 'l'i'zuist'oi' from fl2lSi0Il, Ureguii 2: lluys' tllwf li Fmitlnill Cl: llztsketlmll Sl. William Cooke "'l'liztl will lw 254' pit-use-" Slmnisli t'luli I-ll 'l'i'misiii'vi- Il: lluuur Suri..-t5' 4: Img' Stuff Il. Imogene Crutchfield "Honey-chile" 'I'1:lusI'i-1' from 'I':lzvwvIl, 'Ixt'llIll'S5t't' 2: Hirls' Vlulr Z-I: 'I'i'i-Y SZ-I: Hli-ll l'l11lv Cl-I: I'i':mn1- ilill- TI-I1 l"ll.X I-ZZ. Evelyn Davidge l'I'Ix'vl5'il, wlllliw- ure- you guii1p:'f' Hirls' l'li1II l'I1 I'llA111n-i's I-I: View I'r'l-silll-nl ?'1 'I'ri-Y IS-I3 Sung I,i-zulvi' Zig Sllirll-nl Iimly Snug IA-zlillli' L1 Illmsti-rs Cl-I1 Via-if l'I't'Sl1it'Ill Zig Him- l'li1Ir l-lg Spriilu' l'Hlli't'l'l I-lg Musir 'I'.v1liii:m1l-111 Il-I: Sl-xlllllv I-I: Ilnmn' So, wil-ly ZZ-I: 'IxIkAJlSlIl'1'l' I: HAA 2-I: l'l:lss Yi-Il I.1-.ull-1' I1 Svuim' I'l:ly I. Janice Davidson "Janny" "l.,gi14-vu .I:i11ivi- I 'ITN' Hirls' Vlull I-lg Spmisli l'l1iIn I-Ig Hll-fl ltllllb I-I: Spring l'lblll't'll I-I: Music 'l'm1r1mn1er1l ZZ-I: SI-xtvlll' I-I: Sllull-nl Illnly Sung Imzul- l-1' I1 I'rl-ppvrs I-22 'l'l'i-Y Z2-I1 Sung, Iillillivl' lg H.XA I-I: Sllllivlll Vnlim-il :lg QAIIINS Vim- Ilrllsilll-xil IL' ltlmsllws lg Jllllllil' Ilzly Zig Ilizlnmliili- ' Ilmmi' Soleil-I5 I2 lf'mvlIu1ll lxfllt'-II 52. Bill Davis l'Huin' mu-1' lu Vmuls fm' :l lllillllllln Iflilrllnxll I-IL l'1l1rl:liI1 ll 'l'YV .Xll-Slzll' Sm'- nml 'IH-:lm I: Iizlslrl-llrlll I-l: lizlsl-lmll l-I1 Vlzxss ll1'4-sill:-nl 2: Sllulvill l'ui1m'il Iii lu-Ile-I1 III2lIl'S l'liiII I-I3 'I'l1'ilSlllt'l' 32: I'i'vsilll'nl I. Gloria Nan Dodds "Nan" "Uno Nilll ski Ililllillu Hirls' l'Ililv l-I2 Slmiiisll Vllllx l-I1 l'1'vplw1's I-I3 Him- l'l1lIr leli Spring Vinrivm-ll I-lg Mix- :-ll Vlimils Il: Sl-xii-llv II-lg Miisii- 'l'l1i1i'uz1nwnl 52-I1 HAA 2-I1 Vlzlss Yi-ll l.l'2l1itAl' fig Jllllllbl' I'I:ny JZ: llllimisl Slzlfi' I: KQIZIFS Sl'l'I'4'lJlI'j' I: Se-Him' .Xssvmlsly l: 'l'1'i-V Ilfli lluiml liumii Alzlilzlgl-1' I. Shirley Duncan "Slnl1li, il':- ai s'-wil-ill" Hi1ls'l'l11Iu I-I1 l'i'i-mulls 1421 'I'l'i-V Z!-li Sm'- IQIIIX' I' Fzllwiiivl Il: lilmslm-rs Il-I: Sl'l'I'l'l2ll'V I: Ilrzllrliliiitv Il: -illllilll' View Il: lllil'il'l- Slzllil' Ig H.X.X I-2. Leoata Duyck "Lee" "l!li1l's Iillln- lullls lmlussuiiln Hills' l'li1II I-I1 Vim- I'i'4-sillvnl I: I'1'l-ppl-rs I-33 'l'li-Y Il-I1 Ilmim Suri.-ly Il-I: 'I'i-I-aisiziwi' II: Vlzlss Vim- I'i'1si1ll-nl 321 Studi-nl limly Til-zlsili.-1' Ig liliusli-is lg H.X.X I-Il: llimll I-Zig 'l'l1'llSlIl'1'l' I: Vim-4' Irvsimll-nt 22. Urla Edmonds "PudQe" "Suit-SIllNrZt'l'H Hi1'ls' l'Il1ls I-I1 I'ivppv1's I-Z: llislurizxll :Z 'l'ri-Y 21-I1 llrzlillzlliilv SIL GAA I-ll Img Stuff' IS: Sl-mini' Assl-inllly I3 Sl'Ill4ll' I'l:l5' I: I"Il.X I-I1 Ill-infill-1-212 Vivo l'i'i-silll-ill I. Van Elmore "XV:li111z1' l'lgl1I'."' "Inky" 'Nui lilis liillvn Sllllitllll lhmfly l'i-l-sillvnl I: Sllllll-nl l'u1im'iI 21 I.nlly-Imp Ilrinvl- 2: Ulznss Xiu- I'rl-siili-nl , , Ronald Erlgelen I1 Ili-Y Siliulu-1' 2,2 Ili-Y :.-4: IAQ-lu-iirizlifs l'liiIu Il-I3 lflmllvzlll I-I3 llislil-llulll 2-I2 'l'i':1l'k Z-I. Jean Evahsen 'AJCHYIVUEVV "XVInww-le, lllgll llxyilul s1iz1i'lil+-ff" Hills' l'li1Iu I-I: Si-I-rl-lalry lg HA.-X I-2: I'1'l-p- pl-is I-23 Vziliim-1 2: 'I'i'i-Y II-I: li2llDlll1'l Ill Img, Stzlfl' 2-521 llplilllisl Stuff I1 -lllllllil' lllzly 5Z1Sl11:lI-lil Ihnll I.z1nlwi- I. liiziilizmill- -. Imllx- Inp I'riiiwl-ss 31 lflmilrlll Qiwl-in l. Joyce Ewing "l':lllil1g lux .lln5'i'v" ilirls' l'll1lu I-I2 Il't'IIIfl'lS I-L1 'l'i'i-Y Il-I2 Vive Ihesillvilt lg llzlml 121114-4-l'lllln I: Mixwl l'lim'l1s il: Spring KxlPlll't'l'l III UAA I-311 Vuln- lllvl Il: Ifmmllmll Qui-I-ii Vuxuipziigii II-I: Slvslllisll liilllr lei: llilllll l'l1iII I-TI. Joyce Feldman "Thelma Maud" "Ulu, I ,illsl l.mx'v lii111I1f" Hills' Vllili I-I: llplimist lqlilllll' I: Class l'lvsi4l:'iil li l'iE1SS Fi-'lz'1lIX l: Uluss Yvll I.i-zlnlili' I: H.X.X 24253 SIlIllllSl1 l'll1lv Il-ll l'r1-1w- pl-is I-23 Vzillim-t I: lil-sinh-nt 2: Ilmm- Iiulml Mxmzlgi-i' lei: Slllllvlll i4HllllI'll Z-531 .Xssi-llllily mnliixiillm- 2:1 'Fri-Y II-I: 'I'1'l-llsllihr' Zi: Iinusl- l-is II-I: S4-l-iw-lilly 123 Lug' Stuff 2-I: llrmm' Sul-in-ly II-I2 Sin-1-i-li l'1llllt'!4l .lllilgzv 2: Ilralmzl- nitv 2: l4lIll'lIill Ilzly .Xssvilllmly Il: I,ilIl'2ll'i2Lll I. Locema French "Dee Gee" "Illini:-Ilzlffu llirls' l'liiI1 I-lg illi-I-Vlllurll-I1 Mixzwl i':IlSl'Ill' lull- I1 Spring.: killlllllll Z2-lg HAA I-IZ: Ilizlmzx- nite Il-I: SI-mini' ,Xssi-inhly I: .XbSiSlzllll Sn-- iiioi' l'lIlj' llll'l'l'l1Yl' I: 'I'1'i-x Z2-I1 l42liIilll'l li I'i1-mu-is I-2: llzlml 311 I,illI'llI2llI Sl: l4'II,X 2:3 lxllilllvl II, Darrell Frye uxxwilllllil' lilly my l':li"' lfmillmll ZZ-I3 'I'rzu-li I-I3 ltalslu-tlmll L: Imsv- Ifzlll I1l.1'llvIlll:1ll'SVllllvI-I1l'lzlSS YI-ll lil-lille I-I' II: lfziml l-I2 Vive l'1l-silll-nl Ill l,I'l'SI1ll'lll 'Z Spring l'1llIl'l'll Ill Nllisii' 'l'ul11'n:1me-lil ZZ: 5l,lLi1'l'i':lIl 2-I. Vim- I'1w-silli-ill I: SNIIIUI' As- sf-ililillx' l. Gloria Grirnson "Glo" Ari- Art! Girls' illllil l-'lg l"i'0pp4-i's I-23 l'i'i-iiiwi' l'riii- vl-ss 21 'l'ri-Y Il-lp Uziliiiivt Cl: Swim-iii-il Vliili Z!-ll 'l'l'i-rlslim-1' 321 Slll'l'UiZlY'y 43 Spzinixli l'Inli Ilflj Img' Staff -4: .lnriilir l'lziy Il: lllinii- lllmni lvlziiiapsgl-I' Cl: l4"ll.X 321 lflmllizill l'i'inm'l-ss l, Byron Haevernick "Nick" "Jirninr-y, 1 rezilly limi lu 1-lieu! Llizit lini--1" Panii I-31 I'n-siilent 3: Mnsiv 'l'mnn:iin+-nt Il: Spring' C'iin1'k'l't Zi: Sllllltllll Holly Vive Vrosi- dent il: Lett:-i'iiiaii's Ululi 2-li liaislu-tlizill l-bl: Uzlptain 'll TYV All-Stair -ll Fmillmll lj H 1 liavk 1-Il: llmnv lilmiii lilziiizigvr L: Sl'Ililll' Assl-inlily l. Wayne Hellickson Allen Harleman "Harley" "Fur gvsli snkvs, Swzinsnn!!" Hi-Y Cl-lg President 43 Atlile-til' lilziiizigl-i' ll Senior A:-:senilily 4: lizislu-tlizill li 'Frm-li 3: Stlllle-nt, Uminvil 4. Marjorie Harris "Margie" "l.4'iSl in lililiks" Girls' Ulnli I-4: l'rf-ppei's l-21 'l'ri-Y Cl-lg GAA l-21 lllmlir Slwil-ty 'li liillill Uliili Il-l: Quinn l'zunpziif.:'ii l'llllllllli't1'U l. Winton Hascall "Ill-waiiw-" Ralph Henderson "Yrn1--ull" Doris Hofmann "lie-'s iw-:1lly'x'l-i'y sired" Girls' l'lnli I-lg llainnl l-2: iil't'llt'Sli2l lg l'il-1i- iwrs l-L1 l'zibinv1 l-Z1 'l'ri-Y Sl--li Uziliiiii-l Ill lllilislews il-41 Lug' Stuff Cl-l: l"i-ziliiiw lflllillir 41 As-tivily Mnnzigllr Il: Hiitiniisl Mziiizigvi' l: Honor Sovil-ty Sl-43 Vlziss Sen-i'etziry 2: Sill- sient Uriiim-il 21 Lim-lilii lmy Ass:-nilily Il: 'l'rzuli-s Zlllli lnslnszril-S 2-253 Studi-nl I'EIlil'l' Vliiiiiiiittm- 2-fl. Priscilla Hoover Frank Hubbard "lim-11 VVGlkill4 lm' llil- vity" 'l'izill4-s :inll lnlliistriz-S. Evelyn Huffman "Glilili, isn't lil- vim-'."' Girls' Ululi I-4: Hand 1-Sl: Spring' Cliiilw-i'l I-3: i'l'enpe1s l-2: Tri-Y Il-l: Musil' 'I'liiirnzi- ment Sl: llrzinianite Zig llnstl-i'1'li1li lg 'l'iuull-s zinll Industries 2-I3 GA.-X 2-l. Helen Hulsman "Helly" "May zilwziys lm lieiiiwl-pv1'iml . . Girls' Ulull l-4: l'i'vppe-i's l-21 Fziliiiivt 23 'l'ri- Y Il-4: Uziliinvt 3: Glue Ululi 1-Ill Music- 'l'mir- minivnt :lg Spring l'liiii-eri l-Zig 'lluiilir Siivivly Il-lg Sw-iw-tzii-y l: liiilisiuiw Jlvlg Ulziss 'l'i'l-:isiii'- er Sl: GAA 2-Cl: Uziliinl-1 Sl: Sllllll-lil lllillx' Sung IA-zulei' 2-Il: l+'llA I-155 Sung 1,1-:ull-i' L: llliiiif- lllirini Nlllllkll-2l'l' 521 llffim- Stuff l. Virginia Huschka "HAR Girl 'lT" Girls' Ulnli 1--lg l'i-Q-mwrs l-Z: 'l'ri-Y :l'l: Unli- invl Sl: lllinur Slwii-ty Ilelg Sw-iw-tliry ll: llizi' nizlniln- SIL ILXH Girl ll 'l'r:illvS llllll lIllIllSll'il'S l. Ruby Jansen "4ll1li, Gi-limi" Girls' L'l11li I-4: Preppeis l-2: 'l'ri-Y Il-l: lif1p0i'te-r' -lg Lug' Stuff Cl-42 'l'r:ull-s llllli Inclus- Uil'S 343 liiuimiiiitl- Cl: GAA 2-lg lf'll.X l-Ili Sl-- nirir Assenilily el: lllllllt' lilmni lilziiiaipgvi- :li Fimtlizill f.2llf't'li Vziiiipziigii Umiiiiiillvv l. Donna Johnson "Donnie" "XVini. Wigor, WiuililyZ1!!Z" Girls Ulnh I-41 Sllllibllll llmly Yi-ll l.l-lull-r 2-'lg l-ioosters Il-4: I'i'i-pl,-vm I-L: Uziliinet Z: Tri-Y 3-43 Cabinet I-l: FHA 1-:lg Vive Presi- , llent I-2.1 Trades and Inllnstrivs Ill Sl-l-iw-t:ii'y 331 GAA li l7l'1llN2lI1itP il. '-M .MF an-V 2 :IE km gf: , , ,gtg f kg,-ff - f A 2. Catherine Massie I "Cathy" lmzxllm-1' I: nl lllili, llizll Mr. I-Iissil lmls llllln I-IL l'l'PSlIlt'lll I: lii'vppvi's I Sung l.k"IIlL'l' 22 Tri-Y 21-I3 FHA l-Z1 Sim ' el- lllllll I-lg S+-xtvtlv I-I: Spri l'tlIli'l'I'l l-lg lWIlSll' 'l'n11111'11m-ill Il: Sulnist ' Nlixwl l'l1ln'11s II: Snitz- Spa-f-vli Umilvst XVIII Ilt'I' Sl: llimnln Imy .Xssvnilvly I: Musil- t'Iim1 in Selutlll- I. Jeannette Meeuwsen lm-nr12l.l Hills' Vliilm I-I: GAA I-ZZ: l"lI.X I-21 l'l:u 'lll'l'2lSllI'4'l' I. Janis Mixer "Mix 'llvi',L1ip.1p4lv x ill I'ui'm-wil' liziiml Fil IHA" Girls' Vlulr I-I3 I ixlpgu-rs I-'Z 'I'1'i-Y CI-'IQ I"Il X Lug' Slilfl' ll llli-A' lllllli I1 4ll'l'i4'1- SI:lI'l' 21, Ardeth Monk lliIlS' Uliilv I-' I'-uw--4 .'f- 1 4. Ill-i' I 22-ll St'I'l'I'till'j' ll Si'lf'lli't- Ululr I1 lim-pn' .I ,I I lull 1 I Iii X I MAA J-J. I HA l: Miisil' 'I'mii'xi:iiiw1il 11: I 1 Isl Sl ill I lim? C : " Charles McCarthy "Chazz 'I'1z111sI'i-1' l'I'Ulll We-sl lligli, Mum-lie-sli-i', Nui llzimpsliiiu- 551 Ili-Y I: l4lIl4'HlIl Img' .Xsse-in lily Il: Sl'lvIll'4l Clulr Zlelg l'I't'SlIlt'lIl I1 Sn-no ASSf,'llllllY I: Sllltlvlll Iimly I'i'i-silll-lil I1 Siu ' lx Vim: l-llthlllllll I Plus Yill I1 ul ilviil lam 4' I-i' ll Hlflliilist Stuff IL Ifiqiiipim-ul lllsmzip, i l'l1x I li Sklllltl' Gloria McCoy 1-,.' 1 .Xlwzlys must may . . hills llllll I-I: l'1'm-pin-is I-21 'l'ri-Y Il-I1 I lu Vlull I-I: SI lI'lIl3-I ' -1" . L-3 lonnit I I IIIX ' I I"mll ... l,.i11nl turn-I-i'1 Il. .I , I. 1 Jackie McGreer "HockaIena "lids just nil p ilxin In im mln" I J asm-:'3.:' -L :.' '11':1nsI'1-1' from XVI-sl Si-ultlv lligli S1-lun Sa-zitlll-, xY2lSllllI4I4UlII Il: Girls' l'IuIl II-I1 'Pi I ..-I. Pies -'ull-nt I, llziss li'4-zlsiire-i' .lp I. 5, Slzifl' IZ-I: Uptimisl Stuff I: Spzinisli Ululv I lllmlli' Slwin-ly I1 liiiivuln Iluy .Xssvn ilulx' Juanita Noah "Nita I-I: Ihmsn-rs il-4: llrxmizuiitv 3-I: Sf-nin "Tip Top 'I'uilm"' Giils' lllllll I-I1 Ii'e-ppl-rs I-'13 Tri-Y 32-lg GA X 1 .Ns semlllx' I: 'I'i':ulels :mil Imluslrics 31 Se-I-iw-mix :nil Iimisulli 5 . fu... Euqene Oberg ififx -'-l- in Delores billllilll Il-i Oglesby "Chuck "fill ziiiyurii- xvilli Zlllj' lwziins wmilll know limit" Gills' lqlllll IAIQ lllvv lllllll Ii-I1 'l'l'i-Y li In I Stuff I. Russell Ohler Donna Olson Girls' Uliilm inet CI-I: If llillillllnl ZZ gm' I. Bernice Ooley 'l'iz1nsr'vi' fri IIA I-.i, MAA I-I, In-side "Am'lix'v GAA lmlililn-1" I-I3 l'il-pm-x's I-22 'Fri-Y Cl--I1 VIII Illl l Inizinizuiiilv J.: 'llnnie liuuin Nlillll "l'i-nm-5"s pal" 7 mm Gaston, fllvgllll L1 Girls' Z-Ig I'i'ep1n.-rs "' 'l'ii-Y I' GX X " 'I'i'-uh-s lmliistrie-s I Robert Over lstllllllilll I- Darrell Pieper ,-. . A. ... f . I' 'l'i'-ivli I- I lllllll ' an Bonnie Powers "l's1--s l'1ru1ls-Is l'Il1p.1'zly:l-milf" Girls' l'luli l-lg Urvlu-strzi ll l'l'l'lllN'l'N I-Z: 'Fri-Y Sl-lg GAA 2-fl: Glev Clulm li l'llFU'l' Flull 23 St2l,f.1'Pf'l'zll'l lg 'l'r.ul+-s :lull luclustrios 2-323 llrauuzuiiti- l, George Pritzloff Kenneth Reed Baud Il- l, Edith Reeher "Nmx' Mrs. llylu- - - " Girls' Ululv I-43 l'rl-pru-rs l-2: 'I'ri-Y Il-I: lfllA le-r Il-42 liulin l'luli 4: l'l't'S1ll"llt l: Lug: Stzlfi Il-ll S1-niur Asseuillly lg lleli-paw In Girls' Stale Il: GAA l-2: I4llll'Zll'l2lll 2-l. Theresa Roosa "A quiet lllL'llllll'l' ul' tlul vluss ul' 'lT" Trziusfer frmu Himsa-vvll 'lligli S4-luml, l'url- laml, Uiwffzoii 4: Girls' l'lulr 4. Jackie Rose . ' U Jo Llleus lllllblfllll tlllllllfllllllll '.l'l'2ll'lSfPl'fl'lDll1 XY4-st Irvs Moines, Iowa 2: Girls' t'lulm Z-lg Glu- Flulv lg GAA 1-li ling Stall 2-1: Proppers 21 'l'ri-Y Ii-43 I-'llA 2-Ill llistur- ian S23 llrzimziuill- Z!-4. Barbara Schultz "Schultz" " ,... :u'unuiv" Girls' Clulm l-l: l'ri4ppi-i's l-2: Nulriiu-I Z: 'l'ri- Y IZ-li f'2llliIlf'l il-ll Glen- Vlulu I-ll Mix:-rl l'lmrus 33 Musii- 'l"llllI'llHll1l-'Ill il: Suluisl Il: Sex- tvttr- l-lg llrsiuuiuiu- 2: lluustvrs tl-I: Presi- flvnt lg Jllllifll' l'lz1y Il: Huuu- Ilmmiu Murmgf-r l-4: 'lluuur Sm-iety il-4: Lim-uln lmy Assem- lrly il-4: GAA Symuisli l'lulr Z!-lg llptiuiisl htzllf .4-4: Lug' hlalll Zell llass Noll l.i-zulvr il: Senior lllzly 4. Gail Sheeler FFA I-1: l':u'liul1lmiIu1'5' 'l'v:11u I-lg Vim- l're-s- izlvut 2-2:3 l'r+-sinlvut li lli-Y SS-ll llvlmitn-1' li llmuu' Sfwivty 2:01. Marjorie Shipley Girls' Ululn l-l: GAA l'lQ 4'1nlviul-l I: l"llA I-323 l'l'l'llIl0l'S l-2: 'l'ri-Y Z!-l: l'rnu1:luil4- I!-li lluuu- limuu nlilllilglq' 4. Joe Ellen Siemon "Jo" ".l:1 -1-kil-" Girlz- llulv l-4. llzuul I-2:Glwli'l1illJl-l:Mi1- sic' 'lhnuruzims-nt tt: Spring t'uiu-4-rl li lll'2llll2l- uilv Ilg GAA Cl-lg l'rvpp1-rs l-23 Tri-Y Z!-lg l"'llA 1. Phyllis Skarsten "Phyl" "Excl-llf-ill lll'Hlll2l student" 'I'l'2lllSfl'I' frmu Sm-zlrfisll. Snutli lmlmlzl 2: Girls' Clull 2-41 G14-o l'lulv 2-l: Spring.: thu- vvrt 2-4: Musir' 'l'uui'm1l111-lit Zlg llliisviiilvlv 4: Pl'e'Dpe-1's L2 Tri-Y fl-41 fwlllilll-'I ll GA,-X Z-li Lug Stuff 2-l: llrauuulite ll-ll Stunll-nt Coun- i-il ll Hrnue Ronin lllziiizige-1' 4: Optimist Stull li Vlass 'l'l't'2lSlll'l'l' l: Senior lilzu' l: Musii' Vliuiv l. Clarence Smith "Dan" 'rl'?lllSfPI' fruui lXI1vi'1-rivv, A rizuuu l: lnlllllllilll l. Kenneth Strandberg "Taxi sorvii-es lmve been z11111i'w'izili-ll" FFA l-31 l'2ll'llHlllHlll2l!'A' Tvzuu Z-Ci: SUl'Il'lIll'A' Sl: Fuuilmll il-l: lA'ilL'l'lllZlll'S Vluln l. Ruben Sullivan Allan Swanson "Egg" "I 0'lll im- '1 lwuux will x'-i""' H llc l ' S 1 ' zi I -L: Cl,-ring Vuufi-rt L: lfnnlluzill I-l: lmslce-tlnill I--li liaise-lmll l-l: lAJlIl'l'lll2lll'S 1'lulx Z!-l: lli-Y Zi-lg 'l'reusur1-r l: lllmu- limuu fnilllllgvl' 2: S1-uinr Assc-uillly l. I-35: llrzuuauilv I!-ll Spzluisll l'lulm I-l: livpur' an 'QM Lois Thelin "Blondie" Girls' Ululv l-IL l"ll,X 2: Girls' Glu- I-I: Swing.: Ummm-it l-I3 l'1-1-plwis I-2: 'l'ri-Y il-I: 'l'iI-:islm-r I. Elmo Thomson "Siu-ins lu lmiml lxlillfill-1 Inu-In-rr l"F.X I-I: l':ii'lizlliioilIzu'y 'Fe-'iiii Il-I3 Yiw- Invsiilvilt l2'llrvlH1l'Sm'i1'I3' lg Ulziss Vim- l'r1-s- ialvnt I: Stull:-nt l'uulu'il I. Don Tompkins "'l'lu- living.: liigli sm-lmul lim' liypi-l'lmlv " lfnutlwaill 2-Il: Junior Play Ii: l,2llL'I'll Fami- pznign I'li:iirmun I3 lizlml I-El. Vivian Troutt "lYll1'Il lluln-Iwi' l'lllll1'S llullli-" Girls' Vlulu I-I: l'ri-ppl-rs ld: Uailviin-I J. Tri-Y fl-I1 Unlrinot ll: GAA l-21 l"ll.X IACZQ llistm'iun L: Hmm.41vl' It llrnm- llmwin lwlziiiuuw-v' it SUl,2,'L'l'l2ll't 2-l: Sl'K'l't'l2ll'X-'l'l't'ZlSlll't'l' Zig llrzumiiiile- Il-I: Ulziss Yell l.1-nal:-r I. George Turley I'lli-" Hi-Y ZVI: llfmor S-win-ty J!-I: .luniur l'laly .11 Class Presiilcnt l: 'l'rzul4-S :incl llIIlllSll'lt'S Il-Ig Class Pre-simlent Sl: Hptiinist lllzuiugw-r Zig llin- vnln llay Assi-mluly Il. Jim Tyson "lie-tim' known as '.Xll'r1-il' in ltli pe-riml Sm-." FFA IVI: lil-pm'ti-r I1 Nsllimial 1'mix'i-iitimi I. Aileen Uhlin Hllzlvo you gut your Spunisll trulislzili-1l'."' 'l'izu1sfl-1' frrmi Va-rmniia, 0r0i:,rm 2: Girls' Vliili 1'-lg llreppers Z: 'l'ri-Y Cl-l: Glee Cliilr LI-I: Si,-,misli Ululu Cl-I: Img Stuff I: UI'I'i1-v Stuff I, Mina Vaandering "l":iiIIiI'ul lilrrairiziif' Girls' Vlulu I-Ig GAA I: 'I'ri-Y I: Glu- Vliilv III Spring.: k'mn'4-1-1 Sl: l.iln'zu'i:m Ili l'usl1-r I'liilv l. Florence Vandervelden "FIossie" 5 s lt iilly I, Girls' Ululr l-lg llislorizln I3 I4'llA I-L1 l'ii-pb pi-rs l-21 'Fri-Y SLI: Gxluim-I Sl: lwzxiiialiiii- D!-II: Give- Club Il-I: Musiv 'l'uurmum-nt Il: Mixm-Il lCnse-nilvlv I3 Spring l'om-crt Il-l: l,i- lirnrizin 2-I: Senior .Xssvinlvly I: Que-vii Fum- mligri I: Optimist Stuff I: Soni:-r l'lz1y I: Vlziss Vim- l'rs-siilm-nl I: GAA I. Clara Vanderzanden "High Slt'llIll'l'." Girls' l'llll1 l-IlI,'l4lt'2lSllll'l' I2 l'rvpp1-rs l-21 luZljUl'K'tll' l-lg Milsim- 'l'0m'mmwnt-wmv railing Sl: Svivmw- Ulnlv 4. Richard Van Dyke Donna Wefterstrom 4 g Girls lluln I-I. l'i'iep1wis I-J. Ili-X ,,-I, Glen- Club I-Il: Music- rl'lllllll2lllll'lll ZZ. Pat Wood Ullusv-Nose-" 'l'rzli1sI'm' from 'l'uI't, l,I'l'H'Ull L: Girls' I'Illlv 2-I: Glu- l'luly 2-ll: Musii' 'l'uurn:um-nt Sl: 'l'r:1ili-s mul lmlustrivs II: l'r1-pywrs I1 'l'ri-Y tl-I: llrammnito ir. Not Pictured: Richard Haskins David McAdoo Bonnie Russell Marvin Simmons 'l'ri-Y If!-41 Lug Staff LI: FHA 4: liaml I-I, A 4- il i Y ,QW ' , W ,. 'vl- fe Ili? we if L. in if ' 2 Jackie, you should have worn heels! "Happy Birthday, Willyum" "Little Louie" Crammin' does not pay-fellas lsn't Larry sweet girls? Like the snow, Velma? Ready to take off?7'! Lord Inky and Lady Janis at Yuletide ball Snow Babies Phyllis. your kneefifs showing!! Little Urln-Cute Just wash your hair, John? Now, girls. let's not frighten the little rascal! l-li Leotall Entering another soap contest. Joyce? Whatcha plnymgff . enior Clipping ' WE, the SENIOR class of the Forest Grove High School, in the Year of our Lord Nineteen Hundred and Forty-seven, being of full possession and owner- ship of our numerous faculties. and being of sound mind and body, DO ORDAIN this will and testament, in which we bequeath, bestow and otherwise appro- priate the following from among our many possessions to the classes and individuals as herein specified. To the FRESHMAN, we leave our books, to be used as footrests in case their feet don't reach the floor. To the SOPHOMORES, our lockers in the lower hall. To the JUNIORS, our advisor, Miss Graham. The FACULTY, we take with us-they couldn't endure our absence. I, LORRAINE ADAMS, leave to join Homer on the Oregon Campus. I, HAZEL BEAN, plan to take all wisecracks, wise or otherwise, with me for future reference. I, WILMA BERRY, leave my artistic abilities with Lois Horton. I, DALE BONNELL, King Dale--What ! say goes. I, LARRY BORST, leave my tear-perking expressions in the minds of all the senior girls. I, ALFRED BOTHUM, leave the part in my hair to Roger Sinclair. I, DOLORES BRANDAW,leave my crisp, yellow print dress to Mrs. Dyke. I. JOHN BROWN, leave a space that will never be filled. We, MARY BRUNDAGE and ELMO THOMSON, leave our long locker conversations to Gay Hoisington and Don Dwyer. I, DON BURKEY, leave my bicycle for Emery Husch- ka to pedal to school. I. VELMA CEDERGEEN, leave my grammatical in- tellect to Miss Graham's 4th period English Class. I. TOM CLAPSHAW, leave all my artistic creations of women on desk tops and in American History books. I, WILLIAM COOKE, leave Marie Hart to carry on in the cafeteria alone. I, IMOGENE CRUTCHFIELD, leave my southern ac- cent to my sisters Margaret and Bobbie. We, EVELYN DAVIDGE and VIVIAN TROUTT, leave our Mutt and Jeff characteristics to Marilyn Smith and.Shirley Powell. I. JANICIE DAVIDSON, leave Don Shaeffer to walk the halls-alone. I, BILL DAVIS, leave Andy Cunningham to carry on as FG-'s top boomer boy. I, NAN DODDS, distribute my "pep" of every form, title, or description-real, personal or mixed to Fran- rcs Warrens. I, SHIRLEY DUNCAN, leave my many secrets to Gerry Thomas. I, LEOTA DUYCK, leave my fascinating facial ex- pressions and giggle to anyone who needs muscular development, I, URLA EDMONDS, leave my winning smile to Shir- ley Williams. I. VAN ELMORE, leave my cowboy boots to Herb Norris. I. RONALD ENGELEN, leave the cafeteria minus one good customer. I. JEAN EVANSEN, leave my sparkle and personality to Gerry Sinclair. I. JOYCE EWING, leave my mathematical brain to Richard Hutchens. I, JOYCE FELDMAN, leave my book of collected toasts and after-dinner speeches to Evelyn Engelen. I. LODEMA FRENCH, leave half of my tresses to Phyllis Hlgby. I, DARRELL FRYE, leave mv "bug" to Fred Parks, who will take better care of it. I, GLORIA GRIMSON, leave my long reputed mania for dangerous living to Arlene Satterlee. I, MARJORIE HARRIS, leave my books to Eleanor Dargatz. l. BYRON HAEVERNICK, leave my long sweeping eyelashes to the janitor. I, WAYNE HELLICKSON, leave everything that isn't mine. I. ALLEN HARLEMAN, leave a well-blazed trail to Timber. I, WINTON HASCALL, leave fully convinced that Gunja Din is a better man than I. I. DORIS HOFMANN, leave my late hours to Joan Ormbreck, whose highest ambition is to hear an alarm clock ring. I, FRANK HUBBARD, leave to become a full-time city employee. I, EVELYN HUFFMAN, leave my earrings to Sue Graham. I, HELEN HULSMAN. leave my flirtatious manner- isms to Charlene Kappell. I. VIRGINIA HUSCHKA, leave my lady-like ways to Alice Ewing. I, RUBY JANSEN, leave my "little tan jacket" to Mr. Pete. I, DONNA JOHNSON, leave anything but Byron to the school at large. I, MARCELLIA JOHNSTON, leave the Iibrary-sign- ed out to the office. I, ALBERT JOSSI, leave my "rosy cheeks" to Ken- ny Gore. . enior Clipping 1 I, LOIS KAHN, leave my long raven locks to Shirley Baker. A I. LILLIAN KEENE, leave my quiet demure man- ner to Ruth Geissmar. I. NORMA KLINGSPORN, leave my early morning rides on the Oregon Motor Stages soley to "Hunkey". I, CARL LARSEN, leave Wanda on the "Parole Plan" -she's to report occasionally. I. CAROL LATIMER. leave my cute clothes and -- ah ha-' stuff to Betty Latimer. I, GENE LEWIS, leave to take some long-needed driving lessons. I, RUTH LOFTIS, leave my comb In the Girls Room. I, RAY LOWE, leave my blush to Ronald Hundley. I. JOHN LUEBKE, leave the strenqth of my vocal cords and hog calling talents to Bobby Van Dyke. I, DICK MARSHALL, leave my "Adams apple" to the cafeteria. I. DON MARSHALL, leave my large store of silence to be used next year in Miss Graham's 3rd period English class. I, CATHERINE MASSIE, leave my open book of ro- mances to Joan Wiebke. I, JEANNETTE MEEUWSEN, leave my red hair to be used as a beacon light. I. JANIS MIXER. leave my numerous and varied dates to Shirlee McKichan. I, ARDETH MONK, leave my typewriter in Room 209. I, JUANITA NOAH, leave my neatness to Dolores Young. I. EUGENE OBERG, leave nothing-but take a great c'eal with me. I, BILL 0'BRlEN, leave a freckle apiece for all in- coming rookies. I. ROBERT OVER, leave my chin whiskers to some Billy Goat. I, BONNIE POWERS, leave to become a June bride. I, EDITH REEHER, leave in a hustle. I. HOWARD REEHER, leave my "attitude" to all those with inferiority complexes. I, THERESA ROOSA, leave as silently as a I came. We, JO ELLEN SIEMAN and JACKIE ROSE, leave a well-trod path to the rink to Barbara Lilly. I, BONNIE RUSSELL, leave my spur-of-the-moment antics to Evelyn Wilson. I. BARBARA SCHULTZ, leave through an open win- dow at a slumber party. I, GAIL SHEELER, leave my executive ability to Ver- non Stolen. I, PHYLLIS SKARSTEN, leave my efficiency to Net- tie Anderson. I, CLARENCE SMITH, leave my maroon checked shirt to Jim Mclntosh. I, KENNETH STRANDBERG, leave Rudolph Zage- lnw to come to school-alone. I, ALLAN SWANSON. leave my ability to borrow pa- per, pencils, books, and pennies, etc., to Gene Garrett. I, LOIS THELIN, leave my chewing gum in various places. I, DON TOMPKINS, leave a sadder "Budweiser" man. I, GEORGE TURLEY, leave my Ulpana Smile" for a toothpaste ad. I, JIM TYSON, leave my FFA jacket to Don Speake. I. AILEEN UHLIN, leave "las clase de espanol-con mucho gusto". I, MINA VAANDERING, leave Mrs. Dyke to find an- other able assistant. I, FLORENCE VANDERVELDEN, leave Maridel Dyke to write skits for' Tri-Y meetings. I, CLARA MAE VANDERZANDEN, leave my baton with Wanda Nemeyer. I, DONNA WETTERSTROM, leave Gann Clark the privilege of wearing a diamond next year. I. PAT WOOD, leave to the tune of "Huggin' and a Chalkin". I, ROZELLA CHRISTIANSON, leave "you-all". I, RALPH HENDERSON, leave while the leaving is good. I, CHET KISER, leave-still wishing I had a little friend. I, CLARENCE KOENNECKE, leave my good-looking picture to all those wlro buy Optimists. I. DAVID MCADOO, leave an extra credit to Lewey Cobell. I, CHARLIE INicCARTHY, leave my reputation and good name to Gordon Young. I. JACKIE McGREER, leave my tight navy blue "glove" to Virginia Hubbard. I. GLORIA McCOY, leave my big blue peepers to Ruth Wilson. I, RUSSELL OHLEFI, leave my curls to Pat Longtairi, I, DARRELL PIEPER, leave, maybe- l, GEORGE PRITZLAFFF, leave my lisp to Mr. Bliss. I, KEN REED, leave a much smarter bov than when I entered. ' I, MARV SIMMONS. leave my interpretation of "Beo- wulf" with Miss Graham. ftars of Tomorrow A rockef, which was designed by DAVID MCADOO is now ascending fo fhe moon carrying fhe greaf asfronomer, ALFRED BOTHUM, who, glancing back fo earfh, sees fhe everyday happen- ings of fhe class of "47". J. C. Penney's has been run ouf of business by career women, BERNICE OOLEY and LORRAINE ADAMS. TOM CLAPSHAW is a chemisf producing vifamin pills for fhe weak and undernour- ished, while ROBERT OVER is modeling ads for Brandenfels hair grower. JOHN BROWN has an esfablishmenf known as Pierre Brown's Eine French Foods. IMOGENE CRUTCHFIELD and RO- ZEI.lA CHRISTIANSEN are crusaders for "The Soufh Never Really Losf fhe War League." Siffing af home on a peaceful Sunday morning, Mr. and Mrs. ELMO THOMSON IMARY BRUNDAGEI furn on fhe radio fo hear TOMPKINS' "Tall Tales for Tender Toofs". Meanwhile, LOIS KAHN, GLORIA GRIMSON, and JEAN EVANSEN are candidafes running againsf each ofher for "Miss Oregon". HOWARD REEHER is having his new hof rod fixed by fhe DAVIS, HAEVERNICK Shol' Rod Shop. JO ELLEN SIEMON, EVELYN HUFFMAN, and JACKIE ROSE are presidenfs of fhe women's league. DONALD BURKEY iusf won fhe world's fifle for bicycle racing. MARVIN SIMMONS has iusf finished reading "Macbefh" fo wife NITA NOAH. Under fhe direcfion of VELMA CEDERGREEN, DON AND DICK MAR' SHALL, dance feam, are co-sfarring in a play as lovers 'ro woo sfar- lef LODEMA FRENCH. RON ENGELEN has iusf landed a iob as food fesfer for 'I'he hof debafe being carried on befween newly elecfed represenfafive CARL LARSEN and speaker of fhe house J. A. BLISS, over which is fhe beffer peanuf-buffer, Skippy or Pefer Pan. A new book fresh on fhe markef, called True Love Comes Only fo Superior Minds, is being aufographed by aufhor Barbara SCHULTZ fo be senf fo NAN DODDS and DARRELL FRYE. AL- LAN SWANSON is serving a life ferm for frying fo saw a nickel in half. Woman wresfler JACKIE MCGREER has iusf faken fhe world's fifle from JOYCE FELDMAN. Ballef sfar DALE BONNELL recenfly finishing a nafion-wide four in his Ausfin car is sfopping off af fhe home of ALLEN HARLEMAN, big businessman, who has iusf moved fhe cify of Porfland on fop of Mf. Hood because he didn'f like fhe river going fhrough if. ARDETH MONK, GLORIA McCOY, and DELORES OGLESBY are conducfing a search 'ro find hermif DARRELL PIEPER. Pharmacisf GEORGE TURLEY has iusf sold a pair of dark glasses fo GEORGE PRITZLAFF who has received a black eye from RALPH HENDERSON over fhe privilege of walking THERESA ROOSA home from work af DIGBY O"McCARTHY'S ICHARLESJ underfaking parlor. WAYNE HELLICKSON is geffing a fhriving business in his muscle building esfablishmenf from WILLIAM COOKE. RUBY JANSEN has iusf gof a 'rickef for speeding from policeman RUBEN SULLIVAN. LEOTA DUYCK is home 'reaching Bud Jr. fo play baskefball. MINA VAANDERING is fhe new librar- Stars ol' Tomorrovv ian, AILEEN UHLIN, lhe new senior English leacher, JEANETTE MEEUWSEN, new office secrelary, PHYLLIS SKARSTEN, P. E. leacher, and CATHERINE MASSIE, new music leacher, al' OI' F. G. Hi. HAZEL BEAN and LOIS THELIN are pefilioning for a subway belween Cornelius and Foresf Grove. JOYCE EWING is al' home engrossed in fhe book, The Primale Theory of Evolulion- JOHN LUEBKE is willing lo pay S50 fo anyone lhal' knows how l'o uncall I0 lhousand hogs. URLA EDMONDS is sl'iII lrvinq +o collecl 'rhe money 'For senior announcemenfs. BONNIE RUSSELL has iusl' fin- ished reciling 'Ihis poem +0 LEWEY COBELL: "Oh, I wish we were 'Iwo graham crackers, I'lI l'eII yu whal' we would do. We'd cuddle up in a bowl of milk and I'd gel mushy wi+h you!" Af+er all fhese years we find VIVIAN TROUTT swimming 'ro Korea lo see if lhere really aren'+ any women lhere. PAT WOOD, CAROL LATI- MER, JANIS MIXER, and MARCELLIA JOHNSTON are s+ar+ing +heir round-+he-world pogo-slick race. CLARENCE KOENNECKE is running a l'axi service 'lor all new freshmen girls. RUTH LOFTIS has slarled a iillerbug school wilh DOLORES BRANDAW, WILMA BERRY, MARJORIE SHIPLEY, and DONNA OLSON as pupils. MARJORIE HARRIS and LILLIAN KEENE are s+iII 'lrying 'I'o replace Brachmann's broken l'es+ lubes. HELEN HULSMAN was jusl voled preH'iesl' good humor woman of 'rhe year. DORIS HOF- MANN is cafching up on all +he sleep she missed in high school. DONNA JOHNSON finally swindled a free shine from Hodge. So'f+ speaking JIM TYSON has ius+ compefed a speech 'ro +he na+ionaI presidenf of 'rhe FFA, GAIL SHEELAR. CHET KISER is s+ill 'l'eII- ing sal'l'y fales lo anyone who will lislen. RICHARD HASKINS, RAY LOWE, and EUGENE OBERG are invesligaling 'rhe huge ex- plosion caused by GENE LEWIS'S Bemo ray machine. VAN EL- MORE and NORMA KLINGSPORN are an aerial leam in a 'rrapeze show. RICHARD VAN DYKE sfill wears 'rhe loudesl' sporl' coal in fown. CLARA MAE VANDERZANDEN is in fhe hospilal suffering from a bump on 'rhe head when she didn'+ ca+ch her ba+on. DONNA WETTERSTROM has finally go+ her wish as she moved info +own from Gales Creek. ALBERT JOSSI is in a circus side show as l'he lallesl' man in lhe world. EVELYN DAVIDGE now has no one 'lo wake her up in 'rhe morninq on l'he way lo school- JANICE DAVID- SON af+er visiling Echo Canyon is wondering why she never go+ an answer. FRANK HUBBARD is slranded on 'lop of a Iiqhl' pole. Direcfor VIRGINIA HUSCHKA is 'ralking +o playwrighl FLORENCE VANDERVELDEN whelher +o s+ar KENNETH STRANDBERG or RUS- SELL OHLER in a play called "The Missing Link". SHIRLEY DUN- CAN is sI'ilI fighling 'lhe crowd in fronl of her locker. LARRY BORST is now perpefual presidenl of lhe Women Halers Club. KENNETH REED is now wearing a four year IeH'erman's swealer in davenporl wresfling. BONNIE POWERS is wielding a 50-pound sledge in her blacksmifh shop. WINTON HASCALL is sfill griping because his name is always lasl' on I'he lis+. And +hus, a few million Iigh+ years away, 'Ihe scene fades and we leave ALFRED sailing peacefully off info space. Mxnuru 3 SMITH 1 ,,.,..g "fl STOLEN 'Nfl Q ':""'- :Z':'::' v nc: Pass. QM NELYQN 3 f wwhf' :": S UE GRAHAM TREAS, ROGER m3cKsn A":': sums? Lsgggfi , P01-Jil-f L I, Q xl 2"':E::' QI. V .V uzaorm KENNY f 1 PM L HMS a s Loucrrnm d"'?" PRES' was Pm-rs, , ,: :: l Q A Qgfw ' "' Ef' V' Q :' Auce. ,if RAucH ' ' N, SHIRLEY I SEC- 9 Q Powzu. TREAS. 7 E? iw? M NETW me A Mg Maman uosggfzv mmm, -1V, 4 LE e 4 Vw- ." " -CM' 1' JlJNlORS First row-left to right: Bob Henderling, Phyllis Higby, Jcyie Barnes. Clara CHudson5 Siernan, Margaret Goldenstein, Phyllis Kadoiph, Eleanor Dargatz, Agnes Krevanko, Bette Bothum, Mernadeane Clark. Second row: Jim Henderling, Beverly Crawford, Rith Gejssmar, Jean Brofersen, Marie l-'art, Joanne Hundley, Ramona Benson, Gano Clark, Georgia Elmore, Alice Ewing. Third row: Larry Gibson, Nettie Mae Anderson, Nora Lee Craven, Betty Greenlee, Martha Goldenstein, Pat Dunn, Vida James, Corinne Franck, Janice Eastwood. Fourth row: Bill Dahl, Kenneth Haas, Sue Graham, Beverly Gates, Virginia Hubbard, Maridel Dyke, Marjorie Jensen, Mary Helen Forsberg, Vivian Erb, Bill Dillenburg, Ronald Hundley. Fifth row: Richard Hutchens, Pat Lonqtain, Andy Cunningham, Deane Bennett, Kenneth Gore, Richard Bunker, Boyd Ainsworth, Luther Gerdes, Larry Ezosshardt, Jim Dillon, Rogner Fred- lund, Vern Edmunds, Roger Crocker. Sixth row: Gene Garrett, Bob Jansen, Dale Cederqreen, Alvin Brown, Harley Feldt, Wayne Hedrick. First row-left to right: Shirley Powell, Carley Morgan, Mary Olserg, Gerry Sinclair, Joy Ann Vaandering, Maribelle Melville, Barbara Lilly. Bonnie Maitland, Louise Lowe. Second row: Alice Rauch, Delores Young, Connie Huson, Shirley MeK'chan, Mary Ann Rauch, Bernice Meeuwsen, Helen Salisbury, Marilyn Smith, Shirley Williams, Leone Nelson. Third row: Evelyn Wilson, Maurine Walsh, Mary Tate. Byron Hodge, Los Williams, Herb Nor- ris, Howard Salzwedel. Fourth row: Charles Rice. Jack Thomas, Edwin Roe, Don Ojlesfgy. Fred Parks, Bill Weber, Rudolph Zagelow, Harold Reed. Fifth row: Jerry Raymond, Jim Miehaelis, Kenneth Van Dyke, George Winterfielcl, Bill May Lamarr Sellers, Floyd Reynolds. Sixth row: Dwight Meighan, Don Speake, Gordon Yorni, Mr, lvlereditli, advisor. ILINIUR CLASS Junior evenfs indicafe greaf class progress foward a powerful senior class. Junior boys fook fheir share of fhe limelighfs fhis year in varsi'ry sporfs. Foofball lelfermen included Andy Cunningham, I947 grid capfain, Byron Hodge, Jim Dillon and Herb Norris. Vern Edmunds and Andy Cunningham were 'lwo of fhe lucky seven fo pull down baslcefball numerals. Baslcefball B squad members were Kenny Gore, Delmer Dineharf, Bobby Henderling and Kenny Haas. Hisfory was made wifh fhe annual class play, "China Boy", as if broughf in highesf proceeds ever received. The narrafive presenfed a hilarious comedy of a Chinese boy visifing an American family. The ever fo be remembered Junior-Senior Banquef held April I8, I947, presenfed fhe seniors wifh a lovely evening. Dufch idea carried fhrough fhe fheme. Also among honored class members were Shirley Williams and Leone Nelson, Tri-Y mid-winfer confer- ence delegafesg Marilyn Smifh, PNCC delegafe: and Vernon Sfolen, newly-elecfed Sfudenf Body yell lead- er. CLASS OFFICERS FIRST SEMESTER Presidenf --- .................. Marilyn Smifh Vice Presideni' - .........a --- Vernon Sfolen Secrefary --- ............... Leone Nelson Treasurer ..... .................. S ue Graham Yell Leaders ,..... .-- Shirley Powell, Roger Crocker Sfuden-I' Council ..... Beverly Gafes, Gordon Young Sargeanf of Arms .... Kenny Gore. Vernon Edmunds SECOND SEMESTER Presidenf ............. ----, ........ Kenny Haas Vice Presiclenf -- .... Pal' Longfain Secrefary -W .... --- --- ....... Alice Rauch Treasurer ...................... Shirley Powell Yell Leaders, Dclitnar Dineharr, Neffie Mae Anderson Sfudenf Council .......... Kenny Gore, Paf Dunn Sargeanl of Arms s,., .L Vern Edmunds, Bob Jansen S! Q3 53 F i 4 5 9 ARLENE HINCHLIFF HUBERT NELSON PRES. ON DUYER VICE PRE 51 Y 3 , . W Q ERR? ,.,. J" aromas Q NANCH EU- ' LATIMER DICK Q. V LE AD E R HARGAR HAUFI-1513. TR EAS, PAT VAN DYKE SEC. JDH NSTUN PRES. VICE PRES. NARCARE' 'I' CHU TR!-ss. JACK tg :.:. is , A SHIRLEY ' ' SPAVLN 254 YE-LL Eu. , . Lunch L saver, SOPHOMORES First row-left to right: Lucille Uebele, Louise Savitts, Coreane Scovell, Mary Sharp, Lenore Vuylsteke, Joan Wiebke, Donna Jean Wilbur, Ramona Stevens, Ilo Mae Nemeyer. Second row: Bob Oriet, Albert Vandervelden, Dale Tyson, Gerry Thomas, Maurine Whaley, Pat Van Dyke, Mary Lou Stapleton, Norma Nunn, Verna Michaelis, Alice Joy Vearrier. Third row: Kenneth Miller, Tony Lopez, Jim Spear, Jack Spaulding, Jam-es Lewis, Jerry Owsley, Frances Warrens, George Roberts, Stanley LaBonte. Fourth row: Dale McFarlane, Wayne Vanderzanden, Bud Marshall, Tommy Morgan, Russ Mitchell, Johnny Montgomery. Fifth row: Robert Peterson, Hubert Nelson, Dean Warren, Bill Noah, Jim Reeher. Sixth row: Bud Rutherford, Henry Scott, Clinton Parmley. First row-left to right: Arlene Hinchliff, Shirley Ahlson, Bertha Jean Larsen, Doris Cutright, Irene Hedricks, Betty Gamble, Myrtle Fox, Lucy Heuer, Mary Jane Holoch, Myrna Castleberry, Wilma Coke. Second row: Darlene Harms, Margaret Crutchfield, Caroline Luebke, Florence Ing, Alta Mae Jackson, Bonnie Hoodenpyl, Donna Keene, Margaret Kaufman, Betty Jackson, Lelah Alexander. Third row: Delbert Gillum, Bob Gedlick, Arthur Gordon, Shirley Baker, Nancy Latimer, Shirley Bone, Jo Jensen, Lois Horton, Evelyn Engelen, Gay Hoisington, Elaine Brady, Shirley Heisler, Barbara Evers, Corlee Kinsey, Darlene Kiser, Fourth row: Don Anderson, James Lilly, Bill Buel, Dick Johnston, Bill Berry, Frank Brodersen. Boyd Enyert, Eddie Krevanko, Emery Huschka. Fifth row: Arland Bertsch, Wallace Bothum, Wesley James, Jack Buchanan, Derry Eliason, Eugene Evers, Clinton Berg. Sixth row: Jack Dickey. Jerry Hodge, Jim Gray, Dennis Brooks, Miss Parkinson, advisor, Tom- my Hansen, Dexter Heuschkel, Earl Edmunds. SUPHUIVIUHE CLASS The always aclive class of '49 was really booming 'Ihis year. ln foolball Bill Noah, Johnny Monlgomery and Emery Huschlca earned lheir share of +he laurels. Bill Noah was also on lhe Varsily baskelball squad, proving lhal' 'rhe sophomores have a righl +o be proud. Bob Oriel' managed Varsily baslcefball. Evelyn Engelen represenled her class in Sludenl' Body Council when she was chosen second semesler sludenl' body secrefary. In February, +he class parly wi+h a "Red Hearfs and Cupid" 'lheme was a huge success. CLASS OFFICERS FIRST SEMESTER Presidenl' ...................... Huberl' Nelson Vice Presidenl' --- ...... Don Dwyer Secrelary ..... ............ L ouise SaviH's Treasurer ...... ......... M argarel Kaufman Yell Leaders ......... Nancy La'I'imer Jerry Hodge Sludenl' Council .... Pal Van Dyke., Emery Huschlca CLASS OFFICERS SECOND SEMESTER Presidenl .................... Arlene Hinchliff Vice Presidenl' --- ...... Dick Johnslon Secrelary ...... .............. P al' Van Dyke Treasurer ................ Margarel Crufchfield Yell Leaders ...... Shirley Ahlson, Jack Spaulding S+uden+ Council -- Berlha Jean Larsen, Henry ScoH" 'Q ff: x 4 Q .3 if wg, 1 Q 'gg f Q A 5 W Wy 3 rig? SMITH PRE S, KAPHAMNER EDDIE VICE PRES. GENE Janus PRES. .-.. in Q .f CARIH- X HUSCHKEL y BILL 0lXON CI ' KADAL PH YELL LEADER EDDIE' TAYS TREA5 If VICE PRES. HABEL CLARK BEHY SEC. LATIMER "fE!..L V .4 U, 4 LEADS! AA-1Q: ::E211::,.., NQQQ uwh ,gV?mEQi,'b llzziizz ""' ? ,. "':1 sz' ":'::E: NK P, w k , ff' .,.::::,- 1 A . 2 'Q 5? Gene i in JERRY Q W DAHL HUQHAN TREAS- few- . LEADER FRESHMAN First row-left to' right: Jeanne Barnes, Doris Beu, Helen Herr, Leah Sue Hines, Betty Ed- munds, Charlene Kappel, JoAnn Knox, Billie Ann Batteen, Dolores Hering, Thelma Kittson, Margaret Erb. Second row: Shirley Cutright, Donna Heisler, Rae Dixon, Evelyn Knox, Mabel Clark, Donna Dusick, Joyce Erb, Odetta Hinchliff, Janet Goodrich, Irene Erb, Roberta Cochran, Mary Elsie l-lodge. Third row: Wynona Gates, Helen Kirkwald, Marilyn Busch, Carolyn Hoskins, Carol Heuschkel, Jean Hurst, Bobbie Crutchfield, Dorothv lnkley, Joan Johns. Fourth row: Glen Dillenburg, Stanley Johansen, Donald Hamilton, Jack Beu, Florence Harris, Shirley Cole, Joan Crawford Eddie Kohl, Charles Hoover, Kenneth Heitt. Fifth row: Ronald Hess, Stanley Keller, Lloyd Cooper, Jerry Hulsman, David Chamberlain, Alfred Fleming, Wilfred Fleming. Gregory Havens, Billie Jackson, Gene Dahl. Sixth row: Bill Harman, John Jones, Dennis Brundage, Eddie Kaphammer, Dalton Davidson, r-larold Higby, Billy Kadolph, Harvey James, Donald Johnson. Seventh row: Carl Blymiller, Harry Jacobsmuhlen, Bill Forbis. Howard Crawford, Jay' Calien- der, Vincent Kuhnhausen, Eugene Johns, Dean Hill, Wilson Franck. First row-left to right: Elizabeth Wendling, Darlene O'Rear, Nina Steen, Sally LaFollett, Joaru Menegat, Betty Latimer, Joylce Melville, Geneva Merritt, Ruth Wilson, Joan Ormbreck, Wanda Nemeyer. Second row: Betty Riddling. .ane Polka, Jean Randleman, Maxine Satterlee, Nancy Scott, Mil- dred lVl0r1fQ0mery, Nadine McFarlen, Clara Sundermeier, Barbara Wickersharn. Third row: Irene Olson, Dorothy McDonald. Betty Stanley, Katherine Scott, Virginia Wright, Helen Stephens. Barbara Roe, Joan Tupper, Relda lvlann. Fourth row: Martha Miner, Irene Van Loo, Lola Mae Sparks, Martha Raines, Mary Rutz, Bev- erly Schofseld, Margaret Thornburg, Janet Waltz, Bonnie Olson. Fifth row: Leland Rebitzke, Paul Thornburg, James Sparks, Robert McEachern, Wilfred Un- verricht, Ellsworth Swaggert, Pete Parsons, Elwood Nerneyer, Harry' McDaniel. Sixth row: Roger Sinclair, Jimmy Mixer, Eddie Taws. Arthur White, Paul Mizar, Ronald Smith, Sam Oberg, Bill Mayer, Ervin Meeuwsen. Seventh row: Robert Romaine, Dick Fleed, Vernon Van Dyke, Roy Thompson. FRESH NI A N CLA The freshman class was oufsfanding in ifs firsf year of high school. Some of 'Ihe highlighfs of 'rhe year was fhe honor of being second Iargesf class ever +0 enfer F. G.: fwo freshman boys, Eddie Kaphammer and Eddie Tays, being elecfed info Hi-Y: Beffy Edmunds was chosen sfudenf-body yell leader: Wanda Nemeyer was chosen maioreffe: Eddie Kaphammer and his swing band: fresh- man girls glee and marching sfaff: and fhe freshman maioreffes. Sporfs held fheir usual prominenf place. Many fufure varsify men were apparenf in fhe games played, in bofh foofball and baskefball. CLASS OFFICERS FIRST SEMESTER Presidenf ........................ Ronald Smifh Vice Presidenf -- --- ....,. Eddie Kaphammer Secrefary ......,...a -. ......... Carol Heuschlcel Treasurer .......................... Eddie Tays Sfudenf Council .... Wanda Nemeyer, Arfhur Whife Yell Leaders ........ Beffy EdmuncIs,, Bill Kadolph CLASS OFFICERS SECOND SEMESTER Presidenf ....................... Eugene Johns Vice Presidenf .... .... R ae Dixon Secrefary ........................ Mabel Clark Treasurer .......................... Gene Dahl Sfudenf Council -- Eddie Kaphammer, Jo Anne Knox Yell Leaders --- .... Jerry Hulsman, Beffy Lafimer 1 V, ,. Z'-'DP "W FT! -DP ZUC GW Junior women Buddies I. f I Smilin' through ls Myrna a doll? Perennials Look pretty now . . Workin' hard Three Musketeers . . Cheek to cheek Oooooooohll! Yeah!! Glamour boys!!!! At ease . . . Smile pretty girls- Warm snow Hubba Hubba! "Silly Boys" Swingstersn Watch the calories- FUUTISA LL UU EEN The annual con+es+ for foofball queen was sponsored by ihe Tri-Y. The candidafes were chosen by ihe sfudenf body. The vo+- ing was conducfed during 'Phe noon hours at one cenl per ballol. Each candidaie had a campaign commi'H'ee which made pos+ers and pu+ on publicify assemblies. The candi- daies, Lois Kahn' Jean Evansen and Gloria Grimson were iniroduced af fhe half of fhe Wes+ Linn game. The girls rode on+o +he field in buggy bedeclced wi+h maroon and gold sfreamers and pulled by seven boys dressed in black. Bill May ac+ed as Prime Minis+er and iniroduced each of 'Phe prin- cesses. The freshmen girls marching unii, Boos+ers and +he Band helped in +he cere- mony by doing some snappy drills. The oufcorne of +he con+es+ was secrei un+il +he half of +he Tigard game a+ which 'rhe Queen was crowned. Queen Jean l was escorfed +o The fhrone by Bill May and crowned by Bill Davis, who was capfain of +he foofball +eam. She and Princesses Gloria and Lois were presen+ed wifh arm loads of mums. The money from +he con+es+ was given 'ro +he school 'ro help buy +he new maroon drape in 'lhe audi+orium. if in . V-""v G X Ki F' of , :3 Q, ar , W , X . ,f .fi jx AQ X 1 , . , .,.. E . ' 7 t . 1 " --13.14 .W ,wg 5, Q51 Af. S ' , 5' ggi? xg? " 3 3 5 2 Q 5' is W 5 gf S We ff 1 , 4 Q ,.,. , if if' N Q Y v 82 W f ggf qw Z i . , 4,- Q M' , Wt 3, 4- ,inf YQ QF' f Q 4 A I EX A, H? Efi???:wgf , 1w W Ak W W N Q l N wi 4, c Q GWR - , Q1 H! X wg, Ps www A Ka 3 1 'Y as A 2 3. A ff., M. , f ..-. 1 L .,.. .. WW 5 ,ny 112'f NA Rm Rx W R ZS i ,,,,,.-M-vw"""'w"i Y .we Prelly happy for a P.T.A. forum They heard Mrs. F. D. R Associale Log Edi+ors Pepsi Cola Scholarship applicanls Y-Teen delega+es Our D.A.R. Girl Off lo Linfield Speech Confesil Scholarship applicanfs Honor Sociefy induclion V Who is fhe Tree, hmmmm???? Turkey-day game Senior Saga "Don'+ gef any polish on my socks!! "I-li Sis" Parfy "Bonnie, you forgo? +o smile!" JUNIOR PLAY The nigh+ of December 6, I946 a+ 8:I5, 'rhe big momeni' arrived. The Junior Class presenled +heir play. "China Boy". Members of fhe casl were: Vernon Sfolen as Mr. Parker. principal of +he local high school. His +wo main burdens in life were +rying +o con- frol his +wo +een-age children and +rying 'ro re- place S600 of foo+ball ga+e receipfs. Flus+ered, nervous Mrs. Parker was played by Delores Young. Pre++y and popluar Selma Parker was porfrayed by Shirlee McKichan. Her +ypically feen-ager problems were frying io wrangle ice- cream parfies ou+ of her fa+her and populari+y con+es+ vo+es ou+ of "+ha+" George Robinson who was played by Larry Bosshardiz Bill Dahl played Bill Parker, Selma's broiher whose main in+eres+ was foofball. Sophisffcafed, clever CharloHe Mack, Selma's rival for George's vo+es and lhe con+es+ was played by Marilyn Smi+h. The li'Hle bra+ from down 'rho s+ree+, Lula Mae. was played by Phyllis Higby. George was her bro+her and since she was frying +o help Selma win 'I'he confesl' in exchange for some au- fographs of her favori+e movie s+ars +ha+ Selma could acquire if she wen+ +o Hollywood, Lula Mae did her besi fo ge+ Selma her bro+her's vofes. Bill's likeable pal and foo+ball +eamma+e was porfrayed by Gordon Young. Jean Broder- sen was Annie, +he slow +hinking maid. Mark Willis, lhe China cousin was played by Deane Benncff. He was fhe 'lypical sissy 'rype who made life prac+ically unbearable for Selma and Bill, buf who is +he hero in 'Phe end. Kenny Haas was +he spor+s commen+a+or. Miss Virginia Peiroff direcfed fhe play. SE IUP. PLAY The five "Brier Mounfain" babes gof fheir dafes for fhe spring prom, fhanks fo "Miss Jim- my," alias Carl Larsen, in fhe final scenes of fhe annual senior play. Jimmy, porfrayed by Carl Larsen was ouf- sfanding as fhe demure Miss Elfings. The afore- menfioned Brier Mounfain babes, Louise, Flor- ence, Cafherine, Doris, and Harrief, were por- frayed by Lois Kahn, Barbara Schulfz, Evelyn Davidge, Florence Vandervelden, and Urla Ed- monds respecfively. They wenf fo almosf any means of "persuasion" fo gef fhose badly need- ed men for fhe prom. Oufsfanding for fhe group of perf senior girls were Barbara Schulfz and Lois Kahn in fheir porfrayal of Louise and Flor- ence. Droopy, fhe colored handyman, played by Winfon Hascall, was fhe besf example of a "shake downer" ever seen in a high school pro- ducfion. Miss Wafkins and Professor Frazier, animafed by Phyllis Skarsfen and Charles Mc- Carfhy, fhe fwo fire exfinguishers, parficularly did well in fheir porfrayals of a sfaid spinsfer and a hard headed English professor. Miss Virginia Pefroff did fhe usual excell- enf job of direcfing fhe class producfion. Proceeds from fhe play go for fhe fradi- fional giff fo fhe school from graduafing class. The play also confribufed fhe ending of a long precedenf. Girls have ushered af class plays, buf nof fhis fime, when fhe senior boys fook over. 'Y 2 iw ,f , . ' 1 'Gr-ind'-vd em IlI'.!-UVIANITE Oh, Romeo Ah-ha!! How y0u've aged, Urla Tasty, Gerry'??'? Is the paint warm, Shirley? Isn't that terrible! Why, Lodema- Cute-eh? Just the Nlellerdrammer Ah! to be an actress Take it easy will ya? Don't laugh, Emery The Great Lover "The Finale" 9 Q im Rf M "SWT EGQHIFT MAL IE" The +hird year for Trades and lndus- tries proved successful. Noon movies pro- vided club finances, the money being used to sponsor an Employer-Employee banquet which was enioyed by all who attended. Outside activities included attending an ice hockey game al' the Portland lce Arena, skiing al Ml. Hood, and a trip 'l'o Salem to visit a session of +he Oregon Leg- islalures. The I946-47 Apprentice Council con- sisted of Chairman, Paul A. Menegatg Sec- retary, R. J. Haas: Employer members, Hugh McGilvra, Frank Brodersen. Aller- nates, Norman Dixon, C. C. Condilg Em- ployee members, Oscar Brown, Walter Meeuwseng Al+erna+es, Oscar Kaphammer, Henry Shelton. Full time employers trainers are as follows: Lorraine Adams, Dale Dixon, Wayne Hellickson, Bob HiaH', Evelyn Huff- man, Frank Hubbard, Virginia Huschka, Lillian Keene, Carol Latimer, Nova Long- tain, Bernice Ooley, Charles Rice, Bonnie Russell, Howard Salzwedel, George Tur- ley, George Winleriield, and Pal Wood. FIRST SEMESTER OFFICERS President ,,,.... .,,,.,,,,, ,......., ,,,,,.,,,...,,,,,,,, L o r raine Adams Vice President ....,,,,,,.,.,...,,., .....,...,,,,,,, C arol Latimer Sec.-Treas. ..,,...,..,,,., ....,,,, ,,..... J ack Thomas Sergeant of Arms ...,... ,,,.,,,,,,......,,,,,.,,.,,,..,. D ale Dixon SECOND SEMESTER OFFICERS President .,.,..,,,,,,,,.,......,,.,,,,..,.....,,.,,,,.,.. Lorraine Adams Vice President .....,.,.,, ,,,,.,,,, C harles Rice Sec.-Treas. ....,,,.........,, .,,, L illian Keene Sergeant of Arms ...,.,, .,,,,, D ale Dixon iwwwwwawv Lorraine Adams rp fe sw J, was fesaiwgwawimme jigsaw ww- ww Q , f,I DWSWwf. ,,f,6 , Mu ggi-5 A 7 Einsisnsilit. ,M 0 9' was I if wsrfaieswf 49' Nr Q' S M W fx ,,... ,fx-N -UQ- T8f.l First row-left to right: Bonnie Russell, Lillian Keene, Lorraine Adams, Bernice Ooley. Second row: Pat Wood, Carol Latimer, Dale Dixon, Virginia Huschka, Howard Salzwedel. Third row: Mr. Haas, George Turley. Frank Hubbard, Jack Thomas, Wayne Hellickson, Charles Rice, George Winterfield. First row-left to right: Jackie McGreer, Doris Hofmann, Barbara Sc Maridel Dyke. hultz. Velma Cedergreen Second row: Joyce Feldman, Helen Hulsman, Joyce Ewing. Marjorie Harris, Leone Nelson. Third row: Don Marshall, Evelyn Davidge, Leota Duyck, Janice Davidson, Wilma Berry. Fourth row: John Brown, George Turley, Mr. Whitcornb, advisor, Deane Bennett, Elmo Thom son, Vernon Stolen, William Cooke. ' ll ll 1 0 Time For burned, Mr. Lloyd Whitcomb was appointed Chapter advisor of Honor Society when Mrs. Ray Miller resigned. December 13, 1946, the following new Don Marshall members were inducted: Wilma Berry, William Cooke, Janice Davidson, Mar- jorie Harris, John Luebke, seniors: Deane Bennett, Maridel Dyke, Leone Nelson, Gerry Sinclair, Vernon Stolen, juniors. Character, Scholarship, Leadership. and Service, the four ideals of the Honor Society, are the qualities nec- essary in Honor Society members. OFFICERS Don Marshall Vice Pl'e5idel'lI .,... ..,.,.. , ,, Gail Sheelar Helen Hulsman Treasurer , ,,,, , , Evelyn Davidge Reporter President ,.,. ..,........, ,,.A,,, , Secretary ,.,.,,,,,,,, Barbara Schultz Gail Slieelar rl Gates, Deane Bennett, Edith Reeher, Joyce First row-left to right: Nora Lee Craven, Beve y Barnes, Second row: Margaret Kaufman, Wilma Coke, Mary Oberg, Jane Polka, Donna Keene. Third row: Darlene Kiser, Mr. Bennett, advisor, Marjorie Harris, Lillian Keene. Fourth row: Derry Eliason. Vincent Kuhnhausen, George Turley Marie Hart. "The Sign of the Lross The Latin Club consists ot the present Latin students and those who have taken it. Money raising proiects came with selling hot dogs and popcorn at home bas- ketball games. Proceeds were used tor the annual Latin Club Banquet. OFFICERS President .....,,,..,,., ,,, .,,,,,,, ,,,,, , ,,,,,,, , W H Edith Reeher Vice President , .... , .... ,, Deane Bennett SCCPICYHFY -,.----., V . ..,. Nora Lee Craven Advisor ,,.., ,, ,,,, ,V Mr. Be,-meg Edith Reeher First rnw--left to right' Clarenc K . e oennecke. James Dillon, Ray Lowe. Dale Bonnell, Allen Swanson, John Brown. Gene Lewis, Jack Spaulding. Second row: Jack Buchanan, Mr. Brachmann, advisor, Gordon Young, Herb Norris, Andy Cun- ningham, Emery Huschka, Byron Haevernick, Marvin Simmons. Darrell Frye. Ronald Engelen, Jerry Raymond, Vern Edmunds, Mr. Pete, advisor, Bill Noah. Th' - :rd row. Larry Borst. Don Marshall, Tom Clapshaw, Charlie NlcCarthy. " onde-rme-n" Once under way, the Lettermen Club progressed with a bang. Their main service project came with ush- ering at the basketball games. Initia- tion. held during half times at basket- ball games. furnished spectators with laughs. Lettermen trampled Faculty by 15 points in the Letterman-Faculty game. The annual picnic was held at-'UE last of the year. LETTERMEN OFFICERS President ,,,. ,,,. , . Vice President .H , ,H Bill Davis ,, Larry Borst Secretary ,,,, .. ..... Andv Cunningham Treasurer ,,,, ,, Allan Swanson President , ,, ,, ., Marvin Simmons Vice President , , Dale Bonnell Secretary , ,,,, Andy Cunningham Treasurer , ,, Allan Swanson Marvin Simmons Bill Davis G. A. A. First row-left to right: Leone Nelson, Velma Cedergreen, Beverly Gates. Second row: Janice Davidson, Nan Dodds, Mary Sharp. Marjorie Shipley, Mary Brundage, Mary Jane Holloch, Mary Lou Stapleton, Myrna Castieterry, Bertha Jean Larsen. Third row: Betty Jackson, Urla tdmonds. Ruby Jansen. Clara Hebron, Priscilla Hoover, Ruth Loftis, Clara Mae Vanderzanden, Jeannette Meeuwsen, Lenore Vuylsteke, Pat Van Dyke, Joan Wiebke. Norma Klingsporn. Fourth row: Evelyn Engelen, Arlene Satterlee, Nancy Latimer, Shirley Bone, Lois Horton, Miss Williams, advisor, Jo Jensen, Helen Salisbury, Bonnie Hoodenpyl, Ramona Stevens, Bar- bara Lilly. Fifth row: Frances Warrens, Margaret Kaufman, Lucille U ebele, Gay Hoisington, Elaine Brady Darlene Kiser, Jean Brodersen, Betty Greenlee, Donna Jean Wilbur, Ruth Geissmar. Sixth row: Gerry Thomas, Shirley Ahlson, Mina Vaandering, Connie Hanson. Joy Ann Vaander ' M r'del Dyke, Agnes Krevanko. ing, Pat Dunn, a i "Heep Your Powder Ilr " thletic Association lived up to their purpose, to turther interest in girls' sports. With Miss Williams as new advisor and Donna Olson as president, the club has done good work. ln November the group enjoy to Mt. Hood, following was a Play Day at McMinnville. The Girls' A ed a ski trip venir handbooks F. G. penants, and sou took care ot tinancial problems. Sweaters, letters and pins were pre- sented to members this year. G.A.A. OFFICERS ---- Donna Olson Velma Cedergreen Beverly Gates Leone Nelson President ..........e. Vice-President ....... Sec.-Treasurer .......... Reporter ....... ., ......, - Donna Olson First row-sitting, left to right: James Lilly, Elmo Thomson. Gail Sheelar, Jim Tyson, Albert Jossi. Second row-standing: Vernon Van Dyke, Gregory Havens, Sam Oberg, John Jones, Lyle Edal. Gene Dahl, Keene Frick, Billy Jackson. Third row: James Sparks, Gene Johns Stanley Franck. Don Speake. Henry Den Herder. Dick Reed, Mr. Burns. advisor. Fourth row: Bob Van Dyke, John Luebke, Jim Mclntosh, Bob Gedlick, John Bowman, Roy Thompson, Harvey Dargatz, Bruce Cox. Fifth row: Carl Blymiller, Robert Romaine. Luther Gerdes, Jim Nlichaelis, Don Anderson. Del- bert Gillum, Monroe Gerdes. Sixth row: Kenneth Van Dyke. Eugene Oberg, Richard Van Dyke. Harvey James. "THE HUUII E HTH" Under lhe supervision of Mr. Burns, 'fhe Foresr Grove Chap'I'er of F. F. A. enioyed a profiiable year. Many new and necessary lools and equipmenl were procured ihrough fhe war-surplus depar+men+. The second place banner became +he ChapI'er's permanenl' properiy, afler being received for 'Iwo years. January 8, I947, lhe I8'I'h annual Parenf- Son Ioanquel was held in ihe Induslrial Arls room. The banquel' was well a'H'ended and a huge success. The pride of 'rhe Chapler is 'rhe purchase of a new 'lraclor wifh lhe profil of noon ice cream sales and a 'rurkey raffle. In a dislricl' conlesl fealuring public speaking, musical lalenl, hog calling and shop confesl, The local chapler received many high honors. FIRST SEMESTER OFFICERS Presidem' ....,.c...,,,...cc Gail Sheelar Vice Presidenl ,- M, Elmo Thomson Secrelary ..v,, ,....., A Iberl Jossi Treasurer -, U- Richard Van Dyke Reporler A-, ., ,...,,,.....,,, Jim Tyson Senlinel ....,,s....,Y.s... Eugene Oberg SECOND SEMESTER OFFICERS Presidenl' ,.......s.....,... Gail Sheelar Vice Presidenl ,,- ,-s. Elmo Thompson Secrelary A-- -- Alberl Jossi Treasurer cc H, James Lilly Reporler --- ,.,. Jim Tyson Sen+ineI -- - - Eugene Oberg l First row-left to right: Lucille Uebele, Bernice Meeuwsen, Janice Mixer, Marcellia Johnston, Urla Edmonds, Wilma Berry, Mary Jane Holloch. Second row: Coreane Scovell, Caroline Luebke, Helen Stephens, Gloria McCoy, -Marjorie Ship- ley, Bonnie Maitland, Barbara Lilly, Velma Cedergreen, Bertha Jean Larsen, Dolores Hering. Third row: Florence Ing, Donna Dusick, Mildred Montgomery, Mabel Clark, Norma Klingsporn, Dolores Brandaw. Mary Ann Rauch, Darlene O'Rear, Sally LaFoIlette. Fourth row: Clara Mae Vanclerzanden, Evelyn Davidge, Jeanette Meeuwsen, Lois Kahn, Pris- cilla Hoover, Donna Olson, Lois Williams, Bonnie Olson, Vida James. Fifth row: Jean Hurst, Dorothy McDonald, Relda Mann, Patricia Mills, Rae Dixon, Martha Miner, Jean Tupper. Sixth rowi Mrs. Dishman, advisor, Katherine Scott, Margaret Thornburg, Jean Randleman, Donna Heisler. Imogene Crutchfield, lrene Olson, Betty Stanley. Ill t undaiy llinner for 0idIt'I' The second year ot Future Homemak- ers ot America was as eventtul as the tirst. They served at the annual Parent-Son Banquet tor the F.F.A. boys and in return were invited to a skating party at the Hillsboro rink. Many new members were initiated into the club this year- All members attended the Mother-Daughter tea. OFFICERS President ............,, Urla Edmonds Vice President .............. Rae Dixon Secretary ...-...,..,..... Janis Mixer Treasurer ,,...s...,..,.. Wilma Berry Reporter H--. ,,-s.,,a Delores Brandaw Historian .-...,,,,, Bernice Meeuwsen Pianist ......s.....,.,. Lucille Uebele Song Leader ,...,s., Mary Jane Holloch Advisor ......,.....Y... Mrs. Dishman Marcellia Johnston Cafherine Massie li "Little amen" Under l'l1e leadership of Miss Graham, club advisor, and Cafherine Massie, club presidenf, flue Girls' Club sfarfed oul' fl1e year I946-47 wi+l1 a successful Big-Liffle Sisfer parfy. Af fhe firsf meefing of flle Club, Miss Tarr from Pacific Universify spoke fo flue girls abouf her work as Recreafion Chairman for American froops in flue Norfln African Campaign. Following lhis was an assembly for fhe sfudenf body presenf- ing flue work of flue Junior Red Cross. ln December flue Club senf nine delegates- Florence lng, Aileen Ul1lin, Delores Brandaw, Delor- es Oglesby, Lucille Uebele, Joyce Ewing, Marflwa Miner, Gloria McCoy and Ca+hel-ine Massie-fo Newberg for +I-le annual "Disfricf Conference of Girls and Girls' Advisors". On February l2+l1 a Lincoln Day Assembly was presenfed by flle Girls' Club for fhe Sfudenf Body. S+. Pa+riclc's Day was +l1e seffing for a luncl1- eon for feachers, l1ome room represenfafives and girls room affendanfs. The biggesf program during +l1e year was the annual Easfer Assembly. GIRl.'S CLUB First row-sitting, left to right: Catherine Massie, Miss Graham, advisor, Leota DUYCK- Second row: Clara Mae Vanderzanden, Jean Evansen. Third row-standing: Nora Lee Craven, Florence Vandervelden, Barbara Schultz. OFFICER1 President Barbara Schultz Vice President ,,,, .,.. L ois Kahn Secretary ...,...,.. , Shirley Duncan Treasurer ,,,, , Shirlee McKichan Advisor , , Miss Williams Barbara Schultz BOOSTERS First row-left to right: Barbara Schultz, Lois Kahn. Shirley Duncan, Shirlee McKichan. Second row: Carleb' Morgan, Helen Hulsrnan. Third row: Doris Hofmann, Gerry Sinclair. Fourth row: Clara Siemon, Vivian Troutt, Donna Johnson, Nettie Mae Anderson, Nita Noah Fifth row: Joyce Barnes, Leota Duyck. Sixth row: Nora Lee Craven, Janice Davicson. Seventh row: Evelyn Davidge, Pat Dunn, Shirley Williams. Miss Williams, advisor, Joyce Feld " UTUI'lIUU."' With a new advisor, new members, and plenty ot new pep, the Booster Club had a rousingly good year. For the big event ot the year, the Boosters sponsored the "Ring the Bell with a Grand New Yell" contest. Suspense, curiosity and a stir ot competition ran high, tinally prizes were awarded to the top three-John Bowman, Jean Brodersen, and Betty Ricketson. Other Booster activities were the traditional booster shoe shines, the selling ot pep sticks and mums at the "Turkey Day" game, plus clever stunts and introductions ot basketball and tootball players in pep assemblies. Drills and skits during halt-time at games were hits with spec- tators. Boosters did a good iob ot their main purpose, keeping pep alive here at good old F. G. High. man, Alice Rauch. PREPPERS First row-kneeling, left to right: Margaret Kaufman, Arlene Hinchliff. Margaret Crutchfield, Evelyn Engelen, Lenore Vuylsteke, Lois Horton, Mary Jane Hollock. Second row: Joyce Melville, Thelma Kittson, Leah Sue Hines, Charlene Kappell, Wanda Ne- Yneyer, Joan Ormbreck, Ruth Wilson, Irene Erb, Betty Edmonds, Betty Latimer, Barbara Roe, Helen Stephens, Darlene O'Rear, Myrna Castleberry, Doris Beu, Lelah Alexander. Third row: Pat Mills, Jeanne Barnes. Mable Clark, Nancy Scott, Geneva Merritt, Betty Stanley, Roberta Cochran, Bev- erly Schofield, Betty Gamble, Myrtle Fox, Mary Elsie Hodges. Joan Knox, Billie Ann Batteen, Carolyn Hoskins, Joan Craw- ford. Fourth row: Irene Olson, Elizabeth Wendling, Donna Dusick, Janet Rae Goodrich, Donna Heisler, Mildred Montgomery. Virginia Wright, Shirley Cutright, Martha Miner, Wilma w --4. Coke, Wynona Gates, Janet Waltz, Gerry Thomas, Jo Ann ., Johns. Fifth row: Florence Harris. Shirley Cole, Clara Sundemeier, Jean Randlernan, Sally La Follett. Joan Tupper, Bonnie Ol- Warrens. i, Sixth row: Donna Jean Wilbur, Maurine Whaley, Mary Sharp, Maxine Satterlee. Barbara Wickersham, Nadine Mc- Farlane, Rae Dixon, Relda Mann, Darlene Kiser, Gay Hoising- ton, Helen Kirkwald, Dolores Hering. Seventh row: Betty Riddling, Nina Steen, Joyce Erb, Mar- ' garet Erb, Margaret Thornburg, Dorothy McDonald, Bobbie Em Crutchfield, Marilyn Busch. Eighth rnw: Coreane Scovell, Shirley Baker, Shirley Heisler, Martha Raines. Ramona Stevens, Carol Hueschkel, Jean Hurst, Odetta Hinchliff, Joan Menegat, Mary Lou Stapleton. Ninth row: Lucille Uebele, Donna Keene, Shirley Heisler, Blaine Rosequist, Helen Yardley, Bertha Jean Larson, Shir- ley Ahlson, Katherine Scott, Alta Mae Jackson, Bonnie Hoo- denpyl, Pat Van Dyke, Joan Wiebke, Betty Jackson. son, Elaine Brady, Shirley Bone. Nancy Latimer. Frances i W 1, fit "OUR HEARTS WERE YOUNG AND GAY" With a new advisor, Mrs. Bryant, a big membership and plenty ot enthusiasm, the prep- pers had a busy year- A barn dance was the tirst big activity ot the year. lt was held in the gymnasium with hay, scarecrows, saw-horses, and buckets tor decora- tions. At the January meeting Mrs. Giersbach spoke to the girls on "Choosing Your Career". Other social events included the Mother- Daughter Banquet and the annual Y-Teen formal in Portland. OFFICERS President ,.,.,, H, . ,..... H ,,,, ,,,,.,. ,,.. .,.., E v e Iyn Engelen Vice President ,,,,, .. .....,,, ,..., . Margaret Crutchfield Secretary ,,,, ,, . Lenore Vuylsteke Treasurer ,,,,,,,,... ,,,,, ,,,, .,.... L o i s Horton Song Leader ,. Mary Jane Holloch Reporter ,, ., , Arlene Hinchliff Evelyn Engelen "Our Hearts Were Tri-Y girls have ended a most eventful year, one packed with great business and social suc- 5 The year's work was formally opened to ji ya all Girls' Clubs by a pot-luck supper held under "Mr the sponsorship of Tri-Y. Plans for the coming attended by Lois Kahn and Gloria Grimson, foot- ball princesses. Money received went towards new maroon stage curtains which were present- ed 'ro the student body March I, I947, by Tri-Y president, Jackie McGreer. February 20, I947, brought the first Father- Daughter banquet ihat cleverly carried out dec- orations 'lo the theme of George Washing+on's birthday. The occasion was enjoyed by all and is hoped will start a tradition. The Mother- Daughter banquet held April I, I947, also pre- sented the mother with a lovely evening. Bou- quets of spring daffodils decorated the tables. OFFICERS President ,,,,,, ,,,, , , ,,,, ,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,, ,, Jackie McGreer Vice President ,,,,,,,,,...,.,.,.,... , Joyce Ewing Secretary .,...,., ..... , ,, Shirley Duncan Treasurer .. ,,,, ..,. .,.. ..i., , . ,,,,, , , . .... Lois Thelin Growing Up" iiii M year were dicussed. 4 The annual football queen contesl went over ,, with a bang. Jean Evansen, football queen, was ik N svmiie, TRI-Y ' First row-left to right: Shirley Duncan, Janice Davidson, Velma Cedergreen, Jackie McGreer, Ruby Jansen, Joyce Ewing. Lois Thelin. Second row-standing: Clara Mae Vanderzanden, Helen Hulsrnan, Janice Mixer, Carley Mor- gan, I-OIS Kahn, Nan Dodds, Phyllis Skarsten, Gloria McCoy, Alice Ewing, Mernadeane Clark, Hazel Bean, Joy Ann Vaandering, Ruth Geissmar. Third row: Barbara Schultz, Donna Johnson, Vivian Troutt. Shirlee McKichan, Joyce Barnes, Louise Lowe. Ramona Benson, Ruth Loftis, Nita Noah, Dolores Brandaw. Eileen Uhlin. Jackie Rose, Jo Ellen Siemon, Martha Goldenstein. Fourth row: Gloria Gri mson. Bonnie Powers. Jean Evansen, Evelyn Davidge, Marcellia John- ston, Jeanette Meeuwsen, Leota Duyck, Urla Edmunds, Vida James, Bonnie Maitland, Gano Clark, Maurine Walsh. Bernice Meeuwsen, Betty Bothum, Joyce Feldman. Fifth row: Edith Reeher, Ardeth Monk, Delores Young, Shirley Powell, Margaret Goldenstein. Donna Wetterstrom, Betty Greenlee. Barbara Lilly Vivian Erb, Wilma Berry, Imogene Crutch- field, Leone Nelson. Mary Ann Rauch, Helen Salisbury. Sixth row: Florence Vandervelden, Marilyn Smith, Clara Sieman, Pat Dunn, Mary Helen Fors- berg, Lois Williams, Maridel Dyke. Eleanor Dargatz, Donna Olson, Connie Hanson, Norma Klingsporn, Sue Graham. Seventh row: Phyllis Kadolph. Shirley Williams. Evelyn Wilson. Catherine Massie, Beverly Crawford, Alice Rauch, Agnes Krevanke, Beryl Van Loo, Janice Eastwood, Mina Vaandering. Corinne Franck, Jean Brodersen, Marjorie Shipley. Eighth row: Gerry Sinclair, Nettle Mae Anderson, Virginia Hubbard, Connie Huson, Marjorie Jensen, Mary Tate. Beverly Gates. Nora Lee Craven, Theresa Roosa. Ii3:!-' 'Q Jackie McGreer ,J USALU DOS AM IGOS" First row-left to ri ht C 'J : onnie Hansen, Edith Reeher, Jean Brodersen, Maridel Dyke. Joy Ann Vaandering. Ruth Geissmar, Nora Lee Craven, Second row: Tommy Hansen. Helen Yardley, Elaine Rosequist, Joyce Feldman, Aileen Uhlin. Jackie McGreer, Barbara Schultz. Third rrvw: William Cooke, Sue Graham. Frances Warrens, Betty Greenlee, Beverly Gates, Jan- ice Davidson, Nan Dodds, Fourth row: John Luebke. Mr. Meredith, advisor, Derry Eliason. A ,7 is . Joy Ann Vaandering t LUIIUC AMIGUQW All Spanish siudenis who wish 'io come more acquainied wiih our Latin Am erican neighbors were I' 'bi Spanish Club. e :gi e io ioin ihe The highlighi' oi ihe year was ihe De- cember meefing feaiuring a woman speak- er irom Puerio Rico- Spanish Club proieci' 'For ihe year was a S25 con+ribu+ion 'io ihe "Gel in the Swim" campaign. FIRST SEMESTER OFFICERS Advisor , ,.... ..,. , .. .,..,,.,.,.,,, ,, ,,,,,, , Lynn Meredith President Joy Ann Vaandering Vice President .... .,., ,,,, Maridel Dyke Secretary ,, , Ruth Geissmar Treasurer , , Jean Brodersen Reporter Edith Reeher be- "EXPERIMENT PERILOUSU First row--left to right: Clare Mae Vanderzanden, Gloria G-rimsori, Tom Clapshaw, Rozella Christianson. Second row: Bill Dahl, Don Marshall, David NlcAioo. Clarence Koennecke. Alfred Bothum Third row: Gene Lewis, Charles McCarthy. Richard Hitchens. "EXl'EliINiENT PER ILUUY' The Science Club is affilia+ed with 'rhe Science Clubs of America and 'ihe F. G. chapter is named Elecirons lncorporai- ed. The main proiecfs ihis year were dis- cussions on photography and demonsira- lion on whaf ihe science and physics classes are doing. A greaf deal of time was devoted +o building up a science reference library. OFFICERS Charles McCarthy Torn Clapshaw President .,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,, , Vice President ,,,, Secretary ..,,,,,, . , G'oria Grimson Treasurer David McAdoo Librarian .,.... , Gene Lewis Reporter ,.,.,,, , ,. , Janis Mixer Advisor .. ., Mr. Brachmarm 3 Charlie McCar+hy if HI-Y First row-reading up: Allen Harleman, Andy Cunningham, Vern Edmonds, Allan Swanson, Gail Sheelar, John Brown. Second row-left to right: Eddie Kaphammer, Eddie Tays. Third row: Emery Huschka. Charlie McCarthy. Fourth row: Richard Hutchins. Mr. Bliss. advisor, Dale Cedergrecn. Fifth row: Russ Mitchell, Bill Dahl. Sixth row: Kenneth Haas, Vernon Stolen. Seventh row: Gordon Young. Elmo Thomson. Eighth row: Ronald Engelen, Herb Norris. "IlllY.' TUWN" Hi-Y advised by Jackson Bliss had a busy season. Their main proiecl was +he "pop" sales al all home baslcelball games. All proceeds going +o lhe World Service Fund of 5200. which was doubled. The annual Hi-Y Smoker l'he usual big success. The social side consisled of the year. in March was of lhe Dinner- Dance al Foresl Hills Country Club and lhe +radi+ional farewell picnic al lhe end FALL INDUCTION Gail Sheelar Russ Mitchell President , . .. .. SECOND SEMESTER OF President . , . Vice President , , Secretary . . Treasurer . Cha lain Allen Harleman Ronald Engelen Repgrter John Montgomery Charles McCarthy Dale Cedergreen Herbert Norris SPRING INDUCTION Ed Kaphammer Kenny Haas Ed Tays Vernon Stolen Richard Hutchens Gordon Young Elmo Thomson Bill Dahl FIRST SEMESTER OFFICERS Allen Harleman Vice President . , , Andy Cunningham Secretary .. . Vernon Edmunds ' Treasurer . Allen Swanson Chaplain A, , ,, ,, , ,, John Brown Reporter . . Gail Sheelar FICERS Ronald Engelen John Brown Allen Harleman Allan Swanson Dale Cedergreen Gail Sheelar BAND First row-kneeling, left to right: Bonnie Maitland, Wanda Nemeyer. Second row: Earl Edmunds. Rozella Christianson, Roberta Cochran, Kenneth Reed. Clara Mae Vanderzanden, Darrell Frye, Dennis Brundage, Arlene Hinchliff, Mary Elsie Hodges. Third row: James Dillon, Lucille Uebele, Eddie Kaphammer, Dalton Davidson, Paul Thornburg. Lloyd Cooper, Joyce Melville. Fourth row: Mr. Bennett, Maurine Walsh, Don Chance, Coreane Scovell. Don Speake, Clara Sundermeier. Fifth row: Donna Dusick. Ruth Wilson, Charlene Kappell, Billie Ann Batteeri, Sally La Follett. " IIQIUFIIII ILLIU Opening under fine new Ieadersiiip of Paul Benne'H, the band did a grand job of arous- ing sludenl enlhusiasm al games and assem- blies. Wifh the proceeds of Ihe Sherwood-Fon est Grove game going +o 'rhe band, new uni- forms are the hope of +I'ie coming year. Freshman, Wanda Nemeyer, was eiecled fo join Maiore++es-Bonnie Maitland and Clara Mae Vanderzanden. FIRST SEMESTER OFFICERS President .....,, ,,,,,,., , , Darrell Frye Vice President ..... James Dillon Sec.-Treas. ,,,. , ,,,, , Corine Scovell Librarian Mary Forsberg SECOND SEMESTER OFFICERS President ,,.,..... ,.,,,,,,,,.,,........,...,,,,,,,, , Darrell Frye Vice President .... . James Dillon Sec.-Treas. ,,,,... ,, ,,,, Bonnie Maitland Librarian .. Rozella Christiansen A I GIRLS' GLE First row-left to right: An Sally L E ne Worthinjton, Betty Edmonds. Leah Sue Hines, Charlene Kappell, a Follett, Dolores Hering, Betty Stanley, Mary FlL,tz. Second row: Phyllis Kaclolph, Lola Mae Sparks, Shirley CLtri'ht. Join Ormrreck, Geneva Mer- ritt, Ruth Wilson, Joan Knox, Betty Latimer, Helen Herr, Elizabeth Wendling. Third row: Phyllis Higby, Maxine Satterlee, Gloria McCoy, Odetta Hinchliff, Joan Menegat. lrene Olson, Barbara Wickersham. Fourth row: Shirlee McKichan, Beverly Crawford, Dolores Oglesby, Aileen Uhlin, Lodema French, Joyce Ewing, Donna Dusick. Billie Ann Batteen, Helen Kirkwald, Marilyn Busch. Fifth row: Barbara Schultz, Bonnie Powers, Janice Davidson, Carolyn Hoskins. Nancy Scott, Janet Goodrich, Nina Steen, Virginia Wright, Nadine McFarlane, lrene Van Loo, Jean Randle- WISH. Sixth row: Betty Greenlee, Bette Bothum, Shirley Heisler, Lelah Alexander, Elaine Brady, Myr- na Castleberry, Donna Keene, Mary Jane Holoch. Seventh row: Phyllis Skarsten. Hazel Bean, Mary Ann Rauch, Norma Nunn, Lois Horton. Joanne Hundley. Eighth row: Lois Thelin, Imogene Crutchfield, Norma Klingsporn, Shirley Baker, Virginia Hub- bard, Marge Jensen, Shirley Williams, Beryl Van Loo. Janice Eastwood. SMALL ENSEMBLE First row-left to right: Elaine Brady, Phyllis Kadolph, Phyllis Higby. Mary Jane Holoch. Second row: Lois lrorton, Lelah Alexander. Shirlee McKichan, Shirley Will- iams. ll ' ' q Third row: Joyce Ewing, Lodema French. Betty Greenlee. Phyllis Skarsten. 'onff" t H This year the Junior and Sen- ior girls have combined to torm a Senior Girls' Glee. They have made many public appearances during the previous year. The girls presented a Christmas con- cert, pertormed at the Lincoln Day Assembly. Easter Assembly, and Spring Concert. They re- ceived a two at the Estacada Music Tournament which com- pleted the year in almost per- tect torm. introducing a new singing group, the music depart- ment presented the treshman girls' glee composed ot tresh- man girls only. These girls have been able entertainers through- out the year and successtully earned top honors at the music tournament with a superior rat- ing. With their attendance at Ellensbur ' g, Washington, the girls are sealing a year ot superior work. Left to right: Catherine Massie, Lois Ka Nan Dodds. Sextette Wifh a song ancl a smile The look +heir lasl' bow al' Commencement ' l aving on high May 23. The girls are e being lournamenf winners no+es afler lwo conseculive years, and for going 'lo Eugene, Oregon, and Ellensburg, Washingon, 'lor regional con+es+s. Sing- ing a+ all imporfanl evenls in and oul' of school, +he 'ralenls of lhese girls are well known aboul' fhe communify. They have been excepfionally oufsfanding during The pasl four years. Sexlelle Freshman Triple Trio a+ fhe Eslacacla Mu- Receiving a one sic Tournamenl, and going 'lo Ellensburg, Washinglon, provides beginning hislory for lhis new ensemble composed of se- lecfed girls from lhe Freshman Glee. d work, girls! Keep up fhe goo lltz, SEXTETT hn, Evelyn Davidge, Janice Davidson, Barbara Schl FRESHMAN TRIPLE TRIO First row-left to right: Elizabeth Wendling, Leah Sue Hines, Joan Menegat. Second row: Wanda Nemeyer, Nancy Scott, Carolyn Hoskins. Third row: Joan Ormbreck. Marilyn Busch, Helen Kirkwald. BOYS' GLEE First row-left to right: Stanley Johansen, Jack Spaulding. Frank Brodersen, Don Burkey, El- wood Nemeyer. Second row: Jim Dillon, John Jones, Stanley Keller, John Luebke. John Brown. Third row: Larry Bosshardt. Jim Mixer, Pat Longtain, Billy Kadolph, Vernon Stolen. Fourth row: Jack Buchanan, Bill May. Dick Johnston, Boyd Ainsworth. OCTETT First row-left to right: Jim Dillon, Jack Spaulding, Ver- non Stolen, Pat Longtain. Second row: Bill May, John Brown, Larry Bosshardt, Dick Johnston. Boys Iilee Uluh This may be a small group, buf lhese boys can really sing. They have helped make many an assembly com- ple+e wilh such numbers as "The Lord's Prayer" and "Sl'oul' Hearied Men". They were parficipanis in fhe Music Tournamenf, receiving a fwo raling. ORCHESTRA First row-left te right: Eddie Kaphammer, Boyd Ainsworth, David Chamberlain, Wynona Gates, John Luebke. Second row: Dalton Davidson, Roger Crocker, Mary Elsie Hodges. Paul Thornburg. Third row: Mrs. Arant, director, Deane Bennett. A U IC TUURNANIENT Foresl' Grove's music deparimenf foolc several high honors af The music iournamenf in Esfacada +his year. Work was classified as l-superior: 2-excellenh 3-good: 4-fair: 5-poor. The old rule of only one person being eligible for a one was done away wifh as 'rhe dis+inc+ion befween rafings was some limes loo close for fairness. Freshman Girls Glee-1, singing-"Gay Fiesta". a Mexican folk song: "Tutu Marambnu, a Brazilian folk song. Freshman Triple Trio-1, singing-"Lullaby", Snowflakes". Senior Girls G-lee-2, singing-"Night Song", "Children of the Moon". Senior Sextet-1, singing-"ln a Boat", "Clouds", Senior Division Triple Trio-1, singing-"Star", "Tropic Gardens". Boys Glee-2, singing-"Sea Fever", "Hark the Vesper Hymn is Stealing". Boys Octet-1, singing-"Oh, Mary Don't you Weep", "Away to Rio". SOLOIST: John Brown-1, singing-"I Love Thee" by Grieg. Joyce Ewing-1, singing-"Lift Thine Eyes". Catherine Massie-1, singing-"A Heart' That's Free" by Robyn. Mary Jane Holoch-2, singing-"The Lass Wtih the Delicate Air" by Arne. Carolyn Hoskins-2, singing-"Open Thy Blue Eyes" by Massenet. Marilyn Busch-2, singing-"Pirate Dreams" by Heurter. John Luebke-3, singing-"l'll Sing Thee Songs of Araby" by Fanning. PIANO: Barbara Schultz-2, playing-"Malaguena" by Lecuonzi. Boyd Ainsworth-2, playing-"Prelude No. 15" by Chopin. MAJORETTES Left to right: Bonnie Maitland, Clara Mae Vanderzanden. Wanda Nemeyer. 4.8552 X YELL LEADERS Left io riqht: Vernon Stolen, Gerry Sinclair, Donna Johnson, Frank Brodersen. ,..-- Wl1o's on fhe bollom? Football Record for Season Scappoose McMinnville Wesl Linn Milwaulcie Newberg Beaverfon Tillamook Tigarcl Hillsboro Opponenls I9 25 I2 I3 6 7 0 0 I2 Who has +l1e ball?? FOOTBALL Top row-left to right: Bill Noah, Andy Cunningham, Johnny Montgomery. Center row: Ronald Engelen, Mr. Meredith, Mr. Brachmann, Mr. Pete-coaches, Marvin Simmons Bottom row: Clarence Koennecke, Larry Borst, Emery Huschka, Gene Lewis. FOOTBALL Top row-left to right: Kenneth Strandberg, Jim Dillon, John Brown Center row: Allan Swanson, Bill Davis-captain, Darrell Frye. Bottom row: Byron Hodge, Herb Norris, Dale Bonnell. FOOTBALL AlThough The T946 season in TooTball was Tar Trom being The season iT could have been, ForesT Grove Vikings wound up in TourTh place in The TYV league schedule wiTh Three wins, Two losses and Two Ties- Dale Bonnell, leTT guard, was ForesT Grove's addiTion To The TYV league all-sTar Team, while Two oTher Vikings made The second Team, The capTain, Bill Davis aT quarTerback and John Brown, Two-Time TYV all-sTar aT righT Tackle. Brown received special menTion and was puT on The Special Reserves. Those geTTing honorable menTion Tor parTicularly good season play were Marvin Simmons, co-capTain and leTT end: HerberT Norris, behemoTh leTT Tackle: and James Dillon, wiTh his TirsT year of TooT- ball aT The pivoT posiTion, cenTer. The Vikings sTarTed off season play go- ing over To Scappoose, which had a small, buT dynamiTe club. TT Took The Tellows a while To geT rolling: and before They could, They had a T9-8 deTiciT sTaring Them in The Tace and wenT on To lose To a scrappy Scappoose eleven. During ThaT game many oT The veTeran leTTermen were puT on The bench Tor a week. The nexT qame on The dockeT was a iaunT To McMinnville Tor The TYV league opener where The Vikings ran up againsT a superior Team and came home on The shorT end of a 25-0 counT. A'TTer Two TilTs on Toreign soil The Vikmen sTaved in Their own home Town To do baTTle wiTh The WesT Linn Lions on P. U. field. The Vikings musT have Tinkered away The besT Three-quarTers of ThaT ball game, as They iusT abouT goT bounced inTo The depThs of de- TeaT hy a passinq Lion eleven ThaT dominaTed The play in The 'TourTh quarTer, almosT break- ing The Thrilling I2-T2 deadlock by lasT min- uTe passes, which always seemed To Tall iusT shorT o'T The men in The end zone, much To The Vikings' luck. The Tollowing week The ForesT Grovers Took a breaTher in league play and enTerTain- ed The visiTing Milwaukie Maroons, The TirsT Time The Milwaukie and ForesT Grove were ever playing TooTball againsT each oTher. Again The Vikings conTinued in The early sea- son slump and losT To The visiTors I3-0 in a hard ToughT conTesT. GeTTing back inTo The harness The nexT week, The Vikmen Traveled To Newberg To Take on The Tigers. IT was in This game ThaT The Viking 'forward wall began To know iTs own sTrengTh ad halTed The high-scoring Ti- gers To a mere 6-0 vicTory. The Tigers had iusT finished beaTing Hillsboro 32-0 The pre- ceding week which gave The Vik Beef Trusf more of a moral vic'Tory- Trouble always comes in bunches. The preceding week The Vikings held Newberg 6-0: The nexT week They Took on The all-pow- erTul BeaverTon Beavers. IT seems ThaT old- man weaTher was pulling Tor The Grovers, as iT rained all week and The Beavers had all They could do To come back in The TourTh quarTer and Tie The rampaging Viks 7-7. The' Vikings hiT pay dirT early in The TirsT quarTer and Then The Beavers came back To Tie up a Thriller 7-7. ATTer Two really Tough TilTs The F. G. men Traveled To Tillamook where They meT a liT- Tle weaker opposiTion and came home wiTh a T9-0 decision over The Cheesemakers Trom The coasT ciTy. WiTh only Two more TilTs remaing in The '46 season The Vikings really goT down To The work of winning some ball games. The nexT week The Vikings played hosT To a cellar Ti- gard Tiger eleven and The weak buT 'fasT Tigers wenT home wiTh a sad 25-0 deTeaT. IT was in This game The Viks rolled up a grand ToTal oT 24 TirsT downs, a loT in any TooTball league. Then came The game of all games, The annual clash wiTh The Hillsboro SparTans. The Vikings, wiTh a powerTul line and backfield, had more hopes oT knocking over The Spar- Tans Than They have had in years. And knock Them over, They did. ln The TirsT half The Vik- ings had everyThing in Their Tavor, and They used iT To a greaT advanTage, racking up I9 poinTs before The inTermission. LiTTle sub- quarTerback Larry BorsT wenT over 'Tor all Three Touchdowns. ApparenTly dazed aT The lopsided score I9-0, The Vikings came ouT in The Third quarTer and leT The reiuvenaTed SparTans score Two Touchdowsn, making The counT T9-I2. ln The Tinal minuTes The Vikings were sTopped on Their lasT goalward march on The Two inch mark oT The SparTans by The end oT The game. BASKETBALL First row--left to right-Andy Cunningham, Larry Borst, Clinton Parmley, Bill Noah. Second row: Marvin Simmons, Dale Bonnell, Vern Edmonds, Ronald Engelen, Allan Swanson, Byron Haevernick. BA SHETBALL ln review of fhe casaba season, we find FG's Viking quin+e+ wifh a firm grip on 'ihird place in TYV sfanding, wi+h 9 wins and 5 osses- All 'l'oll for +he season, FG won I3 and and losi- 7. The Vik's scored 566 poinis 'ro lheir opponenls 556, which leaves a percen'I'- age of .643. S+ar+ing oui league play, Newberg came +o FG and shellacked 1-he Viks 52-27. Buf re- falialing, FG's Vikmen squeezed pas? Wesi' Linn 35-34. Traveling io Tigard, FG found a surprise in s+ore when +hey were handed a 42-33 defeaf. In a low-scoring game fhe Sparlans learned fo swallow a defeai from +he Viks by a score of 27-25. Over from fhe coas+ came Tillamook 'lo be senf home wi+h a 37-3I defeal' from lhe now hol Vikings. Only along came fhe TYV league champs, Mac Hi who skidded pas+ +he Grovers 34-32. The firsl' round aclion ended 'Fine 'For FG, as 1'hey skinned 'ihe visiling Bea- ver'I'on Beavers 4 l -40. No sooner had lhe second round begun when Newberg handed a 5l-32 defeaf 'lo 'lhe Vik five. The Wesl' Linn game was chucked wi+h ac'I'ion as 37 'Fouls were called. Final score was 52 FGg 47 Wesf Linn. Foresi Grove's quin'l'e+ scored 'rhe high- esi' score of fhe TYV league by defeaiig Ti- gard 64-5I. The nex+ iwo vicfories were over Hillsboro and Tillamook, 42-27 and 45-42, respeciively. ln +he Tillamook game, Haever- nick scored 26 poinis which was 'lhe highesi individual score in 'rhe league. Mac Hi, again rode over fhe Viks 52-49 +o break up a winning sfreak. Using 'lhe en- iire second s+ring for more fhan half 'I'he game, FG skunked Beaverion 48-26 in l'he lasf league game of fhe season- Favored heavily a+ fhe +ournamen+, FG walked sfraighi down and gol upse+ 37-29 from Tigard. PONALD ENGELEN Qfil ANDY CUIYIYINGHA N VERN E DIVOIVDS' HLLAN 'SLJANSOIY MARVIN SIMMONS Blu. Noni H ,A CAPTAIN DAQ H HENRY P575 BYRON HAEVFRA!!0a SCO RE. BOARD F. 6. 23 F. G. 40 F. G. 40 F. G. 9 lOpenerl F. 6. 29 'F G. 27 "F G. 35 'F. G. 33 'F. G. 27 if. G. 37 "F G. 32 "F. G, 4I Verncnia Milwaukie Sherwood Newberg Sandy Newberg Wes? Linn 'Ugarcl Hillsboro Tillamook McMinnville Beeves-ion F, G. 35 '53, G. .32 'QF G. 52 QF. G. 64 "F, G. 42 "F. G. 45 QF. G. 49 'F G. 48 F. G. 58 F, 6. 29 Hournemenf! 'TYV League Games Vernonia 33 Newloerg 5l Wes? Linn 47' Tigard Sl Hilkboro 2? Tilfamook 42 McMinnville 52 Beaverfon 26 Sherwood 34 Tigard 37 agua' ,Se B SQUAD First row-left to right: Del Dinehart. Emery Huschka, Jack Buchanan. Tommy Morgan. Second row: Bob Henderling, Russ Mitchell. Kenny Haas. Dale. McFarlane. Bud Marshall. FROSH SQUAD Extreme front-left to right: Gregory Havens. Roger Sinclair. First row: Bob McEachern, Arthur White, Don Chance. Paul Thornburg, Harry Jacobsrnuhlen, Vicent Kuhrihausen. Second row: Dennis Brundage. Dalton Davidson, Lloyd Cooper, Eddie Tays, Jack Ben, Ronald Smith. iz, .Q- I 41... IIA SEBALL Having 'Ihus played six games so 'far 'Ihis season, 'I'he Vik nine has broken even in 'Ihe percen+age column. WiI'h Ihree wins and I'hree losses, .500 per cenl' is fhe average. April 3 Ihe Vikings 'Iraveled Io Milwaukie +o fake a I0-2 Irouncing from 'rhe Maroons. Bu'r in a refurn game here +he Vikings pro- duced a 5-2 score Io gain revenge and pu'I' 'rhemselves in Ihe win column. Under +he able hands of Newberg, +I-me Grovers Iook a 2-0 shu+ou1' from +he Tigers. Then iusl' when Ihings were looking fough, Sherwood was shown some heavy s+ick work on 'Ihe parl' of F. G.'s Vikmen, bringing in I2 runs 'Io Sherwood's 6 on 'Ihe Bulldog's dia- mond- Hillsboro proved Io be foo much for 'the Viks, as fhey fraveled Io 'Ihe Spar+an dia- mond +o fake Ihe fhird defea+ of fhe season wi+h a 6-0 score. April 22 Wesi' Linn came +o F. G.'s apple orchard 'Io leave +he Grovers one game richer in wins. I+ was a Iighf 'fis+ed game ending I-0. Milwaukie Newberg Milwaukie Sherwood Hillsboro Wesl' Linn Haas .... , Parmley --- Davis ..... Simmons --- --- qwcnmawmcn If zz I9 I5 Gore .... - Borsf --- I5 Hodge .... I8 Raymond -- 25 Edmunds --- ---- Sheeler -- I4 Huschka --- -- Dinehari' ...... .... Cunningham I3 Roe ......... --- Swanson --- ---- Tofals --- -- I53 - Ihere +here here there fhere here Pcf. .500 .500 .3 I 6 .266 .250 .200 . I 62 . I 60 .I43 .I43 .I43 .I43 .077 .000 .000 .I96 TRACK The lrack squad ol l947, formed around a nucleus of 'four relurning lei- iermen. 'lurned in some surprising performances in +he meefs and relays held 'lhis year. The four relurning were Dale Bonnell, shol' pulp John Brown, shol pulp Don Marshall, broad iump: and Darrell Frye, high iump. The squad was ably 'l'u+ored by Coach Ar+hur Brachmann. S+ar+ing off lhe season, +he squad wenl' lo Hillsboro for a dual meel' wifh lhe arch rivals and were whilwashecl buf good by 'rhe Hilhi fhinclads, 76-34. 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