Forest Grove Union High School - Optimist Yearbook (Forest Grove, OR)
- Class of 1953
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THE I953 OPTIMIST
FOREST GROVE UNION HIGH SCHOOL
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Winnie Waltz Chuck Olson
Shirley Whiting Donna Johnston Dorothy Couper
Mr Downs Virginia Callahan
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We are all looking forward to moving into the new Forest Grove Union High
School building in the tall of l953i We will have one of the very finest of buildings
We can well be proud of our community achievement in providing this excellent
new plant and its facilities for school and community use,
Paul A, Menegat
Jane Babcock Sclbvrg
Guns' Plnysucol Ed, HCGITFW
Jenn Pom! Bennett
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General Screrwce, Drwers Trorrwwg, Coach
Biology, Heod Coach
Diversifued Occopatuons, Job Trammg, Mothematrcs
Arrwerrzarv History, Acfiymes
Hove Ecorucrwmcs, Art
Mary Park urmson
Boys' Physical Ed, Cooch
World History, English
Algebro, Geometry, Adv
Algebra and Trigonometry
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MR. AND MRS CHRISTENSON
To our wonderful custodians, Mr and
Mrs Chris, the studentbody would like
to express their warmest appreciation
Being depended upon To clean the
school, 'ro wash the gym clothing and
uniforms, To wash dishes and help The
cook, To open the school at all hours,
they Came through smiling and with a
cheerful word for all. Again we say,
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N Donner, M Mdier SAE.w':-5 C Lejwvs-Zu, C EBSVWD M Vfalxvlf D- Erin C H- be 'L 'T 'fl
lt has been a pleasure to serve os your president and I
hope that I have contributed in some way to making this
a successful year
lt is with deep gratitude that l take this opportunity to
extend my thanks to the members of student council and
to make our school a better school for everyone
Many of the students enrolled here at Forest Grove
High School will have the pleasure of comina back next fall
to enter into our new high school With the co operation
and understanding that l have seen while serving as your
student body president l feel certain that the student body
of next year can make our new school a school to be proud
His Message I I
As student body president for the first semester of the
l952-53 school year, l hope that l may have helped the
student body under the guidance of the student council
to make worthwhile achievements.
As future citizens of the United States, we must learn
to take an active part in our government here in school
where there are excellent opportunities to practice the
basic principles of school city and national government
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student bod for their outstondin services rendered in order
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Row l. M. Callahan, D. Crosby, F. Nicholls, L. Brown, J. Crowell, D. Miller, S. Goff, J. Menegat, C Kleen, W. Kleen.
Row Il. B. Jones, Mrs Hunkapiller, J. Coke, W. Battle, C. Johnson, L. Hamilton, D, Eastman, J Strcka, E. Goble, J.
Shorb, C. Moeller, Miss Parkinson.
Row Ill. Mr. Menegat, D. Oliyer, M. Cooper, J. Edwards, C. Harden, B. Goff, L. Gardner, D. Johnston, B. Gehrts, B.
Row IV. L. Miller, J, Holliday, L. Cook, M. Hoskins, C. Simon, Judy Crowell, J. Pietsch, D Frost, G Marshall.
Row V. J. Whiteman, M. Walker, R. Burger, W. Waltz, M McCready, K. Newell, G. Bunker, G, Hering,
Row Vl. B. Huhman, S Whiting, D Buchanan, D Lockwood, S Guyton, D. Whiteman.
Row Vll, J. Newell, J. Culbertson, B. Polka, D. Seymour, W Lee, B. Ure. H
Row Vlll. J. Sullivan. K. Brown. M Scherpf, C Olson, B. Wilson, R. Holliday, L. Fisher.
The Student Council of l952-'53 has accomplished much this year lt began by sponsoring
the freshmen orientation, the water melon feed, and later on, a drive to bring clothes for the PTA.
rummage sale. The clean-up campaign was also sponsored by the Student Council on a class basis
Six Student Council members represented Forest Grove at the Regional Conference in Portland
on October ll, l952.
First semester officers werei president-Don Miller, yice president-Larry Brown, secretary
Second semester officers were president- -Gail lnlerrng, vice president Richard Coon, secretary
Yearly officers were bankere Shirley Goff, treasurer-Marion Callahan, athletic manager-
Willard Kleen, actiyities manager-he Charlotte Kleen, Gptimist editor--Barbara Jones Optimist
manage-rwDawn Crosby., Log editorelJud,. Menegat Log manager--Faye Nicholls, assembly chair
man-Bob Cameron calendar chorrmaf Shirle, 'Whiting clean-up chairman Gary Marshall, cr'
chairman -Janice Edwards, yell leaders-eE!aine Goble, Charlene Johnson, Diane Eastman Jeannie
Coke and XlC4illadea" Battle Song leadersf -Jo, Sticlna and Lola Hamilton
The Student Cauncif also conf nued thc soonsorslwfg c' il foster child in Holland
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The Juniors got oft to a good start by sponsoring the second PTA, dance of the year.
This year the procedure for the football queen campaign was changed, placing the juniors in
charge, with Betty Cate and Gene Bard as co-chairmen.
Their annual Junior class play, "lnner Willy" was the first time they, as a class, worked together
and made it a big success. Of course the one project they'll never forget is their research papers.
Many a student burned the midnight oil over these, but after they were through, they felt they had
really accomplished something.
The second big undertaking was the Junior Banquet which is held annually preceding the Senior
Prom. Everyone will agree, it was more fun than work.
Row I. S. Guyfon, T. Tanner, B. Imorde.
Row II. D. Lockwood, L. Gardner, J. Guy, N. Heisler, D. Feldman, G. Mizar.
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Row I. D. Oberg, D. Grimm, D. Crawford.
Row ll. G. Hclmick, J. Wagner, J. Ward, V. Lo
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Row ll. D, Johnston, J. Holliday, V. Callahan, J. McGilvra, C, Moeller, D. Couper,
The freshmen, class of '56, entered Forest Grove High with much enthusiasm, and soon began
to take part in school activities.
The first of these ventures, which they proved themselves, was during the PTA. rummage can-
test. The class gathered an average of seven articles per student, thus topping the other three
classses, with 7001. The PTA. presented them with five dollars, to begin their treasury.
One of the best dances this year was the dance put on by the freshmen. The theme, Winter
Wonderland, carried through with the season.
The freshmen had a good turnout for all sports, both boys and girls The freshmen boys football,
basketball and baseball teams did very well during the year.
The girls were also outstanding in their activities.
For the first time the freshmen, as a class, had a Christmas party in the gym. Songs were sung
and cookies and cakes were served for refreshments.
The big jump from grade school to high school was a big success and the freshmen found
themselves an integrated part of the high school.
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Row I. D. Harden, Y. Stuffufrd, J. Culbertson, R. Johnston.
Row Il. S. Scott, C. Coe, S. Daughters, C. Crawford, B. Bristow, C. Meeker, V. Callahan.
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Gardner, C. Simon.
II. Mr. Whitcomb, Adv., B. Jones, M. Hoskins, C. Warnick, B. Cate, D.
Lockwood, J. Crowell, F. Nicholls.
III. L. Miller, C. Kleen, J. Menegot, B. Gott, S. Guyton, S. Cummins, C.
Raw IV. B. Daughters, M. Walker, D, Byers, A. Wright, H. Roberts, K. Newell,
V. R. King, S. Whiting, B. Polka, B. Duyck, J. Crunican, J. Gherts.
Row VI. D. Miller, 8. Powers, G. Burlinghom, D. Frost, G. Hugg, D. Whiteman.
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The Forest Grove chapter ot the National Honor Society is made up of
c' ' members of the junior and senior classes who have gone to Forest Grove High
School for at least one year. All iuniors must have a grade average ol I5
and all seniors o 2. average. From these the teachers vote on the members,
choosing them on the basis of scholarship, service, character, and leadership,
This year the organization's greatest activity was visiting the University
,V of Oregon, which proved to be very interesting and educational.
Winnie Waltz President Glen Bunker
Gary Marshall Vice President Richard Holliday
Ruth Burger Secretary Lorena Gardner
Shirley Goff Treasurer Carol Simon
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Row I-B. Jones, C. Kleen, C. Warnick, W. Waltz, C. Swank, J. Sticka, S. Guyton, H. Roberts, F. Nicholls, M.
Morgan, L. Gardner, D. Lockwood, M. Knight.
Row ll-B. Wilson, W. Kleen, G. Marshall, C. Johnson, S. Howarth, R. Holliday, M. Scherpf, E. Goble, Lyennetta
Gardner, Lorretta Gardner, D. Miller, J. Fogal, K. Crawford.
Row III-J. Crowell, G. Bunker, B. Cody, W. Lee, M. Clark, D. Chambers, A. Callahan, G. Burlingham, R. Burger,
L. Berr, K. Newell, C. Olson, L. Wells Barnes, J. Adler, J. Pietsch, J. Menegat, Mrs. Takos, Adv.
Thespians, a group of honorary dramatic students, is a very active club,
although few people realize how many activities it carries. They started
out the year by going in to the Portland Civic Theatre to see "The Detective
Story." This was more or less a welcoming party for the six new members
who were taken in soon after the beginning of the year. A very small group
went in to see "Peg 'O My Heart" on November 22. The night before had
been the Junior Play, "Inner Willy." They attended the annual Drama Clinic
at Linfield College an December 6. The senior play, "One Foot in Heaven"
was held March l3 and the big event of the year for the Thespians was
April I0-the annual Dramanite.
President Kara Newell
Vice President Gary Marshall
Secretary Joanne Crowell
Treasurer Glen Bunker
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Row II. C. Harden, M. Crutchfield, R. King, M. Knight.
Row III. L. Howell, D. Dunlap, J. Holliday.
to which event thirty couples went.
the head of the treasurer, the club profited
and a Father-Daughter Banquet.
The Girls Club began it's activities with the annual Big-Little Sister Party
where the freshmen girls got acquainted with their senior big-sisters
ln November, it ioined with the boys Club in putting on the Fall Frolrc
Another event of Girls Club was the selling of Christmas Cards Under
ln February, the club gave a Patriotic Assembly and in April an Easter
At the end of the year, the Girls Club sponsored a Mother-Daughter Tea
Row l. Bateman, D. Frost, B. Amold, D. Grimm. Y, W
Row ll. G. Bard, Mr. Cooper, Adv., D. Boyd. ,,Jf
The Boy's Club, in partnership with the Girls' Club, sponsored the Fall
Frolic, an all school dance, November l5. The bays sold home-made candy
at the Junior play to raise money. The boy's club also sold Viking Fight ribe
bons which everyone wore at the homecoming game with West Linn.
Second semester, they featured a patriotic assembly and sponsored the
DadASon Banquet. The Boys' Club sold home-made candy and pop-corn balls
during the noon hours and after school.
President Dave Frost
Vice President Bob Arnold
Secretary-Treasurer Roger Bateman
Publicity Gene Bard
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One at the busnest clubs nn the hugh school thus year was the Boosters
ln charge ot all halt tnme entertamment at home games they have put on
many drnlls one of which was for the March ot Dnmes They put on the
assembly Mr Football and Introduced the basketball players ln charge of
the Basketball Jamboree they supervused all actnvntnes On March Z4 the
basketball banquet was guven to the basketball players
lnductnon of new members took place nn the sprang They had thelr annual
beach pacnuc on May I6
Everyone could tell when a Booster shoe shlne happened because theur
hands were all stained
ushering at home games making sugns and all around trlendlmess are charac
tenstucs of the Boosters
President Jewell Pnetsch
Vuce Presndent Faye Nnchalls
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Row ll. B. White, D. VanGent, D. Frost, D, Miller, C. Burlinghom, M,
Q Scherpf, B. Scovell, L. Sticko.
Row Ill. H. Hoodenpyl, B, Arnold, D. Smith, B. Gehrts, R, Troutt, U. Scheuf-
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E. Arb, Mr. Mellbye, Adv.
Members of this club are boys that have earned a letter in any of the
The purpose of the club is to more closely unitc those who earned letters, -of
o encourage sportsmanship, and to work together with the officers of the
tudent body and the teachers for the advancement of our school. It is to
ncourage school spirit by backing and assisting the Pep Club and to en-
ourage student attendance at the games.
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Fred Stanley President Dave Whitman
Frank Blair Vice President Byron White
Dave Whitman Secretary-Treasurer Richard Holliday
Bob Powers Sergeant at Arms Bill Scovell
Row IV. J. Roney, L. Brown, R. Coon, G. Mizar, D. Crawford, G. Nosack,
Left Bottom to Top C Olson D Smith G Burlrngham, Bill Wilson, D.. Frost
B Powers F Stanley R Holliday D Chambers, C. Kines, G. Hermg J
Right Bottom to Top Bob Wilson D Whiteman W Kleen, L. Gehrts, D. Mil
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This year the Hi-Y added something new to its services to Forest Grow
On the day of the National election the boys formed a taxi service to get th
people of the Forest Grove area out to vote
Preceding this, the Hi-Y sponsored the all school watermellon feed at th
beginning of the school year The Hi Y boys also sold pop candy hot dog
and popcorn at all home games
It was a co-sponsor of the all school Vod VII and worked with the cho
in the presentation of the Easter and Ch t bl A Ch a
they helped a needy family
ln the spring the Hi-Y sent representatives to the model legislature a
the youth conference in Salem Also there was the annual Hi Y picnic
Row l. D. Crosby, H. Roberts, D. Oliver, B. Goff.
Row ll. W. Waltz, M. Walker, R. Burger, S. Cummins, C. Simon, R. King.
Row Ill. R. Wendling, M. Sea, D. Barkley, M. Lopez, Miss Thompson, Adv.
Row IV. B. Polka, R. Goff, R. Young, J. Adler.
The Spanish Club has, during the post year, done many things of merit.
Weewly meetings are held, and special meetings are held at night for the
dvantage of out-of-class members.
The Spanish Club sang Christmas carols and made and delivered candy to
hut-ins on the night of December twenty-third.
The club put on a Rotary dinner to finance its projects in January.
President Blanche Goff
Vice President Dixie Oliver
Secretary Dawn Crosby
Treasurer Marguerite Goff
Program Ch. Helen Roberts
lnternahonal Relations League was mode up of a group of juniors ond
seniors who were mferesred in leorning more about peoples of other lands
Meetings were held twice a month ond discussions of world problems were
held Both sides were discussed so that members could decide for ihemselves
Jackson Bliss the Social Economics teacher is the advisor.
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Ro' "'- B- Evans. L. Reed, W. Wienerf, L. Byer, G. Marshall, c. Swank, o. Dunlap, n. Cox, 5. naamars, J.
Adler, Mrs. Wells, Adv.
The Junior Red Cross council began a very busy year by having coke
sales every Thursday and an assembly on November l4. The membership drive
started on November l8 and ended on November Zl.
For Christmas, the council members made l,000 name tags for the gift '
shop at Barnes Hospital in Vancouver, gave money to various organizations to
help the needy, and sent a Christmas package to a patient at Barnes Hos-
The council was kept busy the rest of the year with numerous other pro-
President Dixie Oliver
Vice President President Carol Goff
Recording Secretory Vice-President Doris Knox
Corresponding Secretory Secretary Mary Lewis
Tresurer Treasurer Richard Coon
Historian Carol .luden
JUNIOR RED CROSS
, Y Row I. Y. Stafford, J. Crowell, D. McCoy, M. Crutchfield, B. Weding, D.
Row ll. Miss Nixon, Adv., V. Vanderzanden, S. Wiebke, H. Roberts, C.
Ritchey, M. Lopez.
I The Future Homemakers of America has had a very busy year this past
Known as o service club, they served food at the F.F.A. Banquet, deco-
rated the teachers dinner, and at Christmas time repaired and wrapped 72
toys for four families.
Members attended the Regional Conference at Yamhill and were three
days at the State Conference in Corvallis this spring.
They didn't have all work and no play though. They had skating parties
to which they invited the F.F.A. and interchange skating parties with other
Mollie Crutchfield President
Barbara Wading Vice-President
Darlene Johnson Secretary
g Y S., 4 . , .. ,4. Judy Crowell Treasurer
.e. 6: V. 'E -' lu' K Helen Roberts Musician
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1 " i ,gli ,af " fir' "' , Hazel Keller Reporter
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schools. Late in the year, they had a beach party.
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Adv., Mr. Scott, D. Barber, J. Crunican, C. Damian, G. Hering, B. Wilson, H. 3 if
Hoodenpyl. ' "
The Future Farmers of America, under the supervision of Mr. Grant Scott,
had a very successful year.
They sent two officers to the National Convention at Kansas City, Mis-
souri, and on to Omaha and Boy's Town, Nebraska early in the year. The
annual F.F.A. banquet was held on November 25.
The Northwest District Parliamentary Procedure Contest was held here in
December. The Forest Grove team won second place and competed with the
champion team from the Columbia River District.
The initiation of "green hands" was held on December ll. Before Christ-
mas the F.F.A. collected toys which were given to the Toy and Joy Makers.
The F.F.A. had skating parties, camping trips, and a money-making scrap
drive. The F. F. A. also surveyed land and tested milk for farmers.
The first semester president, Gail Hering, was elected as student body
president, and had to turn over his F.F.A. office to Bill Wilson.
President . Bill Wilson
Vice President Gail Hering
Secretary Charles Damian
Treasurer . Jim Crunican
Reporter , Dale Barber
Sentinel ,,,,,. . Herby Hoodenpyl
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Raw I-S. Jensen, C. Swank, B. Johns, L. Jones, B, Huhmun, B. Daughters. 4 Q-.Ak
Row II-B. Powers, G. Mizar, L. Stika, B. Wilson, C. Scott, E. Latimer.
The Diversified Occupations Club, formerly known as the Trades and ln-
dustries Club, is made up of iuniors and seniors who are taking the diversified
occupation class. These students are working part time for credit, Any
junior or senior who is sixteen years old, has satisfactory grades, enough
credits to graduate, their parents consent, and a training job, are eligible to
be on this program. This year the club has twenty-two members, who work in
Forest Grove at the different business houses. The D. O, Club sponsors noon
movies, holds an annual employerremployee banquet, holds monthly evening
meetings, and tries to carry on several social activities during the year.
Bob Wilson President Larry Sticka
Bob Powers Vice President Bob Powers
Betty Daughters Sec.-Treas. LaJuanna Jones
Dave Edwards . Sergeant at Arms Dick Seymour
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7 l Adv., A. Brnchmon, R. Brown, R. Johnston, B. Coldiron, J. Crunican, T. Big John, D- SQYWIOUYI R- l'l0llldUY-
lnterested in what makes the Atom bomb tick? Want to know what
happens when an ounce of this is poured into an ounce of that? There is
one club that with all these things, the Science Club. This is a club com-
posed of juniors and seniors who are interested in the field of science.
At every meeting, one of the members is supposed to have on experiment
or a demonstration ready to give to the club members. ln this way, each
member can pass on what he has learned to all the other members.
Dick Seymour President , ,, , Jim Crunican
Bill Ure Vice-President .... Richard Brown
.lim Crunican Secretary-Treasurer Rueban Johnson
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Row I. B. Vleding, A. Oppenlander, D. Lockwood, J. Crowell..
Row ll. J. Wagner, J. Benson, J. Ward, D. Mcoy, R, Maellcr, M Sheets.
Row III. iss Babcock, Adv., L. Gardner, M. Hoskins, M. McCreody, S. Guyton, B. Cate, R. King.
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Hockey, basketball, softball, volleyball, intramural activities, parties and
fun, these were the activities of the GAA,
They began the year by sponsoring a Pirate Party for new members and
in October, a rip-roaring initiation for the freshman. Volleyball and basket-
ball games with other schools, ski-trips, skating parties have also been in-
cluded in the activities this year, topped off by a banquet in February.
The homecoming serpentine was planned by GAA and at Christmas a
CARE package was sent to Korea,
Presentation of GAA letters and numerals in the spring, and installation
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of the new officers at the Mother's Tea wound up the activities of the
GAA this year.
President Dena Lockwood
Vice-President Arlene Oppenlander
Secretary Judy Crowell
Treasurer Barbara Weding
Reporter Josie Ward
Historian Joy Wagner
Hand Book Editor Roxanne Moeller
Photographer Donna McCoy
Row I. L. Miller, B. Cate, president, M, Haskins.
Row Il. K. Crawford, D. McCoy, A. Opnenlander, D. Eastman, D. Lock-
wood, S. Guyton, S. Ubele, Miss Babcock, Adv.
Row Ill. V. Lockett, J. Benson, J. Coke, B. Huhman, R. Burger,
M. Callahan, L. Gardner, A, Greenfield, J. Wagner.
Row IV. B. Brabham, L. Schooling, B. Weding, R. King, H. Roberts,
J. Crowell, D. Byer, J. Ward, M. Cooper, M. Sheets.
Row I. L. Frederick, M. Wendling, J. Waddle, E. Harder, D. UHMOI1.
Row II. J. Crowell, President D. VanGent, F, Gilmore, Versal McCauley, Adv.
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7 Row IV. S. Whiting, D. Buchanan, J. Smith, D. Knox, C. Juden.
This year the Optimist Staff has worked very hard to give you this an-
After school, on weekends, during holidays, the staff has worked to make
this Optimist bigger and better than ever before.
Seated: B. Cate, B. Pentico, J. Menegat, F. Nicholls, G. Sheelar, B. Ballard.
Standing: Mr. Downs, Adv., J. Miller, J. Sullivan, J. Shorb, M. Walker, B.
Polka, G. Bard, D. Oliver, M. Hoskins, B. Cody.
The staff of the Viking Log consisted of nine members at the beginning
of the school year, with a loss of three and an addition of six at the end of
the first semester.
In October, the Oregon Scholastic Press Conference was attended by
five members of the Log Staff and the advisor, Mr. Downs.
A free Viking Log at the first of the year, speciol holiday editions and
the sale of do-nuts were among the activities of the Log Staff this year.
Here are the people that have worked very hard to bring you the Viking
Log this year.
Jcanee Miller, Dixie Oliver, Jerry Sullivan,
Betsy Cody, and Bonnie Ballard
VIKING LOG STAFF
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, Row ll. B. Duyck, B. Polka, B. Cate, J. Menegat, J. Pietsch, C. Olson, M. Scherpf.
The Quill and Scroll is an international honorary society for high sch
V, journalists. lts purpose is the recognition of individual achievement in jou
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The requirements for membership are: they must be a junior or seni
be in the upper third of his class in scholastic standing, have done super
work in journalism, be recommended by advisor, and be approved by 1
executive secretary ot the Quill hnd Scroll.
The local chapter initiated its new members this spring. It also submitt
a name for the Oregon Student Council's newspaper. Two members attend
the All-Coast Press Clinic at the University of Washington in February.
d ' - President Marilyn Walker
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The woodwind quintet and the Hungary Five performed around town. The
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President ...... ...... , , Gary Marshall
Vice President . . ,.., . Bill Ure
SEC.-TYEIS. .......... , ,, Josie Ward
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The Queen Cdrnpdlgn stdrted out wlth Q hang thrs ,eds The lunror eldss presented the ten
tcp senror Qlrls dtter the, hed been veted on lv, the student Usd, The ten Qrrls were Kdrd Newell,
lvldndn COllOl7CV, Joanne Crevtell, Molly Crutenfleld, Je.weV Plefsgh, Lola Hcrrrlten, Joy Stlelso,
Fdye Nicholls Down Crosby dnd Judy Menegdt
The next big event was the dssembly put en lo, the Gtrls Club dnd the Choir where the three
princesses were eresented They were Kdrd lxewell, lvldrtzn Callahan end Jeanne Crewedl
Acme CC"fjGrQ'T rg tgllowed dmsng the negn hsure, hndlhethe blg fferrent drrwedr Durrng
the l'lOlT-'TIFF-2 if the Vfest LrrwneFe'es' Grote lngrneeefhlfg gdnne Kerd lmeweli '.-,cs crowned l9f2
Footbdll Queen, by the student body presrdent, Den Mnler A donee was held an her honor dtter the
Qerre, dnd was dttereed t:,ur ct the pcs? queens and the present queens GTTQVTUQVITS
Upon arrrvrng at Port George rn South Afrrco we were met by MARILYN KNIGHT the leader of the Be Bop 7 Band and
her featured solorst LARRY STICKA srngrng the Song Wrthout Words whrch was very approprrate Later as we were about
to go through the swrngrng doors rnto Harolds Club we were warned by offrcer RICHARD ROGERS that Harolds Club was run
by the notorrous gangster HAROLD SIMS However we went rn and saw GEORGE RAUCH and hrs naughty naughty grrls
who completely captrvated the town pastor RICHARD BROWN In the excrtement that followed LARRY BERRY shot poor
BILL URE wrth hrs atomrc propelled bean shooter Over rn the corner sat dangerous DAN VENT GENT who had rust lost a
torrrd prngpong game to ALICE LYDA the wrestlrng champron of the world
Upon leavrng Harolds Club we saw DAVE EDWARDS leavrng for the rnterror as WINNIE WALTZS gurde on her search
for a male crab apple
As a srde trrp we headed the Flop up the rrver Ubangr and had our propeller broken by the crocrdrle grrl KARA NEWELL We
stopped at Part Unga for reparrs and saw the stage productron The Last of the Hot Rods starrrng JOANNE OPPENLANDER
DICK SEYMOUR was busy rnstallrng TV sets rn the trees for the enroyment of the monkeys Before Ieavrng CHUCK OLSON
gave us an exhrbrtron of pea rugglrng truly an amazrng feat
Then we went to Sparn where we wrtnessed a bull frght rn whrch MARLENE MORGAN scored a TKO over a cow whrch was
substrtutrng for the bull that was srck Then DICK CHAMBERS the head ranrtor entered wrth a Irttle pushcart and carrred
Morgan out of the arena the exercrse was too much for her We saw GEORGE HOOKER srttrng rn the shade weavrng grass mats
that say rn Spanrsh Sr sr whrch means Keep off the Grass B cause rt was slrghtly warm that day 220 to be exact we
meandered over to get a drrnk at one of the nearby fountarns a tatue of the late SHIRLEY JENSEN wrth water runnrng out
of her ears Feelrng the pangs of hunger we brrbed JOHN STUCK the headwarter to serve us a Irttle RUTH BURGER wrth a
srde of GEORGE BURLINGHAM FAYE NICHOLLS walked up and asked rf we wanted to buy a parr of Argyle socks
We went an for a qurck shove and a harr cut at JACK McCABES tonsorral parlor where hrs manrcurrst GERRY SHEELAR
gave us a cut rate narl cut
We recerved a wrre from the Presrdent of the US BILL SCOVALL who wanted to know how our trrp was comrng As we
were wavrng good bye JOYCE SHORB forergn correspondent for the Forest grove News Trmes took our prcture to send to
RAY DEES edrtor
At Schnrdney, Austrarlra we watched GLEN Srdney BUNKER and hrs trarned kangaroo frghters perform After the frght
we were rnvrted to JUDY MENEGATS Mrllronarre turnrp ranch Wrth the help of LYLE FISHERS two geese she has no weed
problem Her cook DICK KNAPHAMMER served us a unrque creatron of rellred turnrps LOLA HAMILTON gave us a rrde
on her pet ostrrch All of a sudden the germologrst for the ranch JOY STICKA rushed rn to tell Judy that one of her turnrps
had a bad cold She rmmedrotely called Dr DONALD STUCK who performed on autopsy We hastrly departed We were
fortunate to chat wrth BETTY HUMAN before she departed rnland to look for a trytofrte platapus egg
About 4CD am the next mornrng we were awakened by th chatter of DON MILLER and WILLIE KLEEN gorng by for
therr darly game of golf About half an hour later DAVE FROST came trudgrng by pullrng a lawn mower We asked why
He sard rt wos hrs caddy cart We notrced hed forgotten hrs glasses agarn MARION CALLAHAN the bell hop at our hotel
gave us a hot trp on the races that mornrng Whrle at the track we watched SHIRLEY GOFF werghrng rn all the rockeys She
sard that she was tryrng to frnd one the rrght srze7 We bought pop corn from a loud mouther peanut vender ELIZABETH
READ and then went up to the trcket wrndarw and placed a bet wrth the trcket taker GARY MARSHALL who was takrng bets
on the srde wrth the multr mrllronarre BOB WILSON the tooth prck krng But our trp frzzled out as JERRY SULLIVAN
rode rn the Wrnner Slow Motron MARILYN WALKER was strll at our heels tryrng to get a Irttle gossrp for her
scandal sheet WAYNE LEE took us from the race track to the hotel rn hrs new red car But that drdnt fool us we knew rt
was hrs old green Wrllrs parnted At the hotel there was on art exhrbrt featurrng the masterpreces of LARRY GHERTS and hrs
unable assrstant BOB OLSON We were runnrng short of mon y so we went to the Gold Coast CAROL WARNICK was makrng
her usual amourous glances at FRED GILMORE whrle he was drggrng angle worms rn the sand That evenrng we asked the
natrves to put on a show for us We saw a Mexrcan hat dance led by the pulsatrng beat of drummer JOE HEESACKER DORIS
BYER gave us a baton swallowrng act Her mann trouble was she hasnt learned howto get rt back up' Three natrves graduates
of the FRAN MISCHEL dancrng school gave us therr rendrtron of Swanee Rrver on therr bassons As a grand frnale of the
evenrng BONNIE BALLARD stepped behrnd the curtarn and sang The Cry of the Dyrng Duck rn the Gloamrng The next
mornrng we awoke to the cry of MARY LOPEZ hollerrng to the camels Mush camels mush Ah come on camels, please
mush She buzzed us up to Egypt where we saw DALE DEISER srttrng on the very pornt of a pyramrd Hrs hangover was very
notrceable EMOGENE REED came runnrng out and excrtedly asked us rf we knew how many dead krngs there were rn the
pyramrd We sard no She sard all of them We went rnsrde and saw a remnant of Kung GAIL HERINGS harem MARLENE
ALLEN DALE STEVENSON led us rn a yell JOANNE CROWELL was srttrng over rn a corner makrng carbon copres of the
Constrtutron for BYRON WHITE As we brushed the cobwebs from our eyes we saw loomrng up rn the doorway RUEBAN
JOHNSON who was bendrng pretzels wrth hrs bare hands We shoved hrm asrde and saw MARVE SCI-IERPF sarlrng garly down
the Nrle rn a bottle We frgured t must be some sort of publrcrty stunt RUTH KING was tryrng to earn an easy dollar prckrng
cotton when up poped FRANK BLAIR the famous boll weevel extermrnator who sprayed all the cotton plants wrth thrck molasses
It mrght have krlled the weevels but rt sure made for messy prckrng We heard FRED STANLEY blowrng on hrs horn of plenty
lousy musrc BEVERLY DELAUNEY was furtrvly tryrng to weld a paw on the Sphrnx whrch she had broken whrle backrng her
Car out of the drrve way On the way back to the Gold Coast rn the mrddle of the schveldt we saw Irttle game hunter BETTY
DAUGHTERS KOSKI stalkmg her frrst mrdqet qrrgffg
As rt was growrng late we boarded the Flop and left on the last leg of our happy rourney to sunny land of Hawarr In the
mrddle of the ocean we saw a statue of Wayne Morse erected wrth lovtrrg honor by SHIRLEY WHITING a IOYOI Democml
ta the end Upon arrrval at Hawarr we were presented wrth the tradrtronal lers except they were short of flowers so they
were made of palm leaves We rented a rrcasha to take us to the beach and lo and behold MOLLIE CRUTCHFIELD WGS
pullrng rt Although the fare was cheap she told us she was makrng a small fortune on trps We made good trme OS we OVIIY
had three flats whrch were qurckry reparred by her butler DICK HOLLIDAY IShe must be makrng a fortunel After we had
had a swrm GAIL MELOTT ELY showed us how to drve for money She sard rn a good day she often made as much as 7
cents We were lyrng rn the shade of a prneapple tree srpprng some rmported prneapple rurce that was sent to us bv fhe hlgh
crtras rurce concem of PEGGY GEDLICK Cr Sons Inc located rn Northern Antarctrco when GERRY MATTHEWS came strollrng
by strummrng her uke and holdrng a Irttle red cup rn her mouth She sard her monkey was srck that day BARBARA JONES
drove up rn her I999 Maxwell and asked us rf wed lrke to come and see her huge 4 413 acre coconut plantatron Her manager
BOB POWERS gracrously showed us all around the estate You all remember Bob the guy who went through West Pornt rn
IV2 years? I guess he only beat Rrch by 5V2 years We hrtched a rrde back rnto town rn BARBARA PENTICOS l9S4 Cadrlac We
all wondered where she found such an old antrque
That evenrng as we were slowly walkrng down the beach rn the soft moon lrght Irstenrng to the soft murmer of the surf
we were all knocked to the ground by a thunderous explosron NX!e prcked each other up and rushed down to the dock only to
see the smoulderrng hulk of our valrant old sub the Flop After rnqurrrng around a natrve told us that ELAINE GOBLE YOU
know how currous a female rs had put 2 grarns of salt rn our engrne
Later a spokesman from DAVE WHITEMANS luxury crurser lrne came to our room and sard he would take US IJOCIQ to
Amenca for nothrng The row boat was pretty crowded but we made rt okay We got to thrnkrng on the way back that even
uf the Flop was a flop we had contrrbuted at least one very rmportant fact whrch wrll greatly help In the Odvortfiemeftf of SCIGHCG
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QWYQ .whrh vw!! nurr1Ny he reirhcrrhfrrsfd is 'rw year IU whrch the qrorm-s' ff s wc,-rv of 'hw 'ehrory was rhode Two siwerwsfs hove
rompniori, C,OI'T1fJClff?d, ond ffympafwd ther fmdwrwqs Info whrmr DH CHARLES UERSEACH! head of Kxdcapocp Umversiry, hos
desrrubed os a sulnrharmrf whwrh as fopohle of rurmnrmg forever oh one orah of Sai'----ahd Cvorw more remarkable us The focr thot
'nfh 'rf Thvsr' srwrmsfs wwrff rfhrrher, of 'hc 1953 Semor rlass of FVSU H S The cilsroverors thot mode Thws posslble were
iifflf DUYCK and JIM CRUNKAN
The sub vws rwomfld 'hy FMU nf! .-.hw 'rn .rs Qxperwrhcmal fishrw 'ow f'ap'fw1, KENNY BROWN, and Crew sfopped at
varwows ports io shore thwr rw, fvf-rv uwh Yhr,-wr over Wryvwrvq Hosp rr '."- 1 hare orc- Thr- hwghhghzg of the frlp as 'airorw from
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J. 1- 'nerr 'od 'U ff US qrrbcssadfqr to Tsle EAV1 'A-FWPIQJS where hrs fool, DAXWN CQGSEY, Vapared
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Bonnue Ballard, leave my seat In Soc to some lucky Iunuor gurl
Don Barnes leave to Davud McCready all my old used transmussuons
and rear ends Hell need them
Larry Berry leave my furst peruod sleepung abuluty to Jerry Guy
Frank Blaur wull my abuluty to get along wuth Jackson Bluss to Russell
Kenneth Brown wull to my suster Donna my brulluant mund she needs
Ruchard Brown leave my loud and bousterous ways to Lean Arnoldu
Glen Bunker leave my abuluty to leave classes wuthout permussuon to
the next stage manager Jerry Guy
We Ruth Burger and Dawn Crosby leave Mr Mellbye huntung for two
sensatuonal football players to take our places
George Burlungham wull
Dorus Byer leave my suster strugglung along behund
Maruon Callahan wull my abuluty to wrap up my dads sportsman to
Duck Chambers wull my abuluty to buuld boats to Duck Smuth
Morgue Clark leave hopung that Shurley Howarth funds someone as
wonderful as I dud
Joanne Crowell leave to Charlotte Kleen my seat IH Soc next to
Don Muller lToo bad he wont be therel
James CrunIcan upon leavung good old FGUHS look back upon the
wonderful trmes I have had there
Mollue Crutchfueld take everythung wuth me sunce I dont know what
Betty Daughters leave my suster Sara glad to see me gone IPI
Ray Dees leave headed for Aruzona II hope9l
Dale Deuser do hereby wull to George Muzar my abuluty to get In
trouble un Chour
Beverley DeLauney leave hopung never to come back
Bob Duyck, leave wuth hopes of not comung back
Davud Edwards, leave to nught
Gaul Ely take everythung wuth me to keep Fayne home nughts
Lyle Flsher beung of sound mund and body hereby wull to my SISISFD
Nuna my shyness
Dave Frost wull my seeung eye dog to Bob Arnold
Earl Garrugus leave to Mr Bluss one can of varnush for hus head to
be used on specual occasuons
Ruchard Rogers leave a can of wax ta go on Earl s varnush to brung
out the brulluance
Peggy Gedluck leave my loud blarung vouce ta Wulladean Battle so
she can make herself heard
Larry Gehrts wull leave to my luttle brother my abuluty to play basket
Charles Guersbach wull to Russell Troutt my abuluty to get along wuth
Fred Gulmore leave un my car I9l
Elaune Goble leave my excess weught to next years football team
Shurley Goff wull my straught haur to Joanne McGulvra I hope she
can use It
Davud Greenfueld leave to Robert Watrous my unterpretatuon of Bee
thovens Sonate Pathe Tuque Op I3
Lola Hamulton hereby wull my abulu y to umu ate Mrs Durand durung
chour to Doreen Dunlap
Carol Harden wull quut worryung about thus wull and just leave
Joseph Heesaker leave my old expressuons un Englush class to the
Iunror who takes my seat
Gaul Herung do hereby wull Mrs Durands constant hammerung wuth
a drumstuck to some poor crooner
Ruchard Holluday wull hope to- I m never seen around here agaunl
George Hooker wull my abuluty to get along wuth Muss Graham to Lyle
Garry Hugg wull my auuet shy personaluty to Brady Polka
Betty H uhman leave my Iob as Candy Mgr to Leona Muller wuth my
bottle of aspurn
Barbara Johns leave Wullungly
Shurley J nson leave LaJuanna Jones to struggle away In D O
Rueben J hnson leave my ways wIth the women to Jerry Wuck
Barbara Jones leave my wullaw swutch to next years Optumust 9dlIOf
un hopes hat hell use ut
Rtchard Kaphamrher leave my teste for blonds to Charles Dorman
Ruth Kung leave the faculty In mournung for my Gay Nunetufs hats
Wullard Kleen do hereby donate my seat In senuor Englush to any
Iunuor vuhc can stand the constant pound of a pencul cn a desk
Marulyn Knught wull my Bunny Tau' to Maruon Hoskuns
Wayne Lee vIIull my car WI to anyone who would have ut'
Mary Lopez leave my suster worryung about all my honor cards
Aluce Lyda wull to Shurley Howarth my abulutv to druve Ol a car
Gary Marshall wull my abuluty to be Father un both the Iunuor an
senlor plays to Cameron Kunes
Jack McCabe wull gust get up and get the out ef here
Geraldune Matthews leave runnung
Judy Menegat leave Dena Lcckweod and Lorena Gardner to puck
beans at Hendrucks for one more year
Don Muller leave Charlott to get along as best she can alonc poor kud
Fran Muschel wull North Dakota to Mr Bluss so that hc can tease some
one else wIth It
Marlene Morgan wull my abuluty to get along wuth Mr Bluss to Shurley
Howarth and of course the good gradts too
Kara Newell leave my duet to Dot Feldman l hope she doesnt starve
k l have
Faye Nucholls wull my abuluty to knut Argyle socks to Gene Bard
We Bob Olson and Fred Stanley leave quuetly
Chuck Olson leave my scholastnc abuluty to Jum Adler
Joanne Oppenlander leave wuthout argument
Barbara Pentuco leave my cookung abuluty to Muss Nuxon to pass on
to the freshmen
Jewell PIetsch leave wuth the echo of my chour experuence rungung
In your ears'
Bob Powers leave my math abuluty to Mr Whutcomb to help hum out
when he gets stuck
George Rauch leave my great math abuluty and my abuluty to escape
so many classes to Bull Hunes to use to hus advantage
Eluzabeth Read wull leave happuly
Emogene Reed leave my rosy cheeks to some pale face
Marve Scherpf leave Tom Tanner my football abuluty UI
Bull Schovell wull my abuluty to stay calm and cool durung all the
football games to Wayne Nelson
assurance that they ll do hIm just as much good as they dud me
Gerry Sheelar wull to Duane Eastman my blue honor card whuch she
has been workung toward ever sunce she was a freshman
Joyce Sharb leave to next years school photographer the abuluty to
make the school camera Work at all tumes
Harold Sums leave all my brawny muscles to Herby Hoodenpyl
Dale Stevenson wull to Mr Gamble my shy returung manner so he
can use It
Joy Stucka wull my long fungernauls to Lunda Wells to keep Bull IH lune
Larry Stucka wull my abuluty to get short haurcuts to Kenneth Lee
Donald Stuck leave wuth my coon hounds huntung Gerry Matthews
John Stuck leave my grun to Paul Camenzund
Jerry Sulluvan wull my Interest un Sccual Econ to Helen Roberts
Bull Ure wull my lcsung struggle for supremacy of the Bassoon to
Danny VanGent wull my Iob as affu Ial phctographer of th band of
maporettes to Jake Walsh
Marulyn Walker leave everythung beh nd un the flurry of leav ng for
Wunnue Waltz leave my self assurance and spe kung abluty to Betty
Cate who always seems c be at a less tor words
Carol Warnuck wull my musucal laugh to Lunda We s I hope she
has as much fun wrth It es I havt
Byron Whute wull my heught to Bob Brustow sc h want have
the fr nt row In assemblues
Dave Whuteman leave te Cene B rd full dut s cf Ivuske hall Mar
Shurley Ann Whutung wull Mr Bluss teasung to Kay Crowford
I Wulson wull my heught and ntcllugtnfr to Denty Cr-mn t0 pe
used durung basketbal season
lBob Xlffulson leave my good strong Luuces 1 anyone mln lulfes to lumu'
I Marlene Allen wull leave as usual say ng ey you q y
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All Types of Electrual Work
FEED AND SEED EUPPLY CDMPWY
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Forest Grove Oregon
Goff s Pharmacy
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Canners and Freezers
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Forest Grove Shoe Store
Couper s Grocery
Hazl1tt s Grocery Pacrhc Press
Kuenz1 s Meat Market
Tot Shop Ludtke s Radro and T V
Werber Insurance Homer Waltz Insurance Agency
Reeher Realty Company Grltner s Grocery
Drehl 6 Bump Insurance and Real Estate
Chet s Grocery Gngham Insurance
Hrghway Rose Shop
O K Floral
Lester Hughes Real Estate and Insurance
Lung s Dnve In Bakery
Rodlun s Flowers Newell s Vanety
Gene s Parnt Shop
Fredenck s Vanety Drake s Auto Parts
VanKoughnet and Wagner Drugs
Washerette Bone s Drugs
Guyton s Darry
Paclhc Beauty Shop loe s Barber Shop
Mrldred E Scott Beauty Shop
Dave Hrnes Shoe Cl1n1c Oregon F1lm Servlce Co
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