Gaston High School - Hi Lites Yearbook (Gaston, OR)

 - Class of 1944

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' 1 ,gxfzf-1 6 -Ll 'Lf' fx . f ,X 0 Aff' 4527 4-ff0""7lf D , 5,174 AAL 2212-ff fefwbf.,-W LMA ,M,LW. ,4,W s f"'r i , A 5 I x 1 1 fr?-' fx I! nv , 1.1 rmrm 1 : , 1211: . L 4 , ,,5,, ., '., V 1 fn!'ij.,'lf.'-.9 Q :ip YZ' - "H, 'fig' ' '-J .1"f.:,2?. . :.j..x , 'wif .. . f ,: , "1 x ,, , X. 3. wffk eg' ,., Lg x Lg.-i"?,i F-19' if .W-. SENIOR CLASS HISTORY In September of 19LO, we started our career as members of Gaston High School with twenty-nine members. Miss Jessuph was our advisor. The Officers were: President . . . . . Betty Lou Koberstein Vice President. . . . Frank Heesacker Secretary . . . . . Shirley Thompson Treasurer . . . . . . Evelyn Mattson Freshman initiation was first and one of the biggest events of the year, which.lasted three days. The Friday night following initiation, we were revived by a party given by the Sophomores. A few weeks later we gave a return p arty to the Sophomores. Under the leadership of our advisor, Miss Jessuph, we had several parties and to bring the successful year to a close we had a grand time at a school picnic at Avalon Park. Our next step up the ladder of knowledge found us in our Sophomore year. Again we had the largest class in the school with twenty-eight members. The first social event was our initiating the Freshmen. The annual Freshmen-Sophomore party was held. A few weeks later we received a return party. The Class Officers were: President . . . . . . Betty Jo Decker Vice President. . . . Evelyne Mattson Secretary . . . . . . Madelyn Hummels Treasurer . . . . . . Bernice Lee Our Class advisor was Miss Jessuph. Our annual picnic was held at Avalon Park. Entering our Junior year our class dropped in number to sixteen but not in strength. Kcontinuedl .wmwqwt T S h n. L4 4 'M gif- ' L ' givi- , V A. -,. QESQE .4 imfhgt ? gli 3. iiski sl ll , it V, . -KV' ,i fix! H 518 l- mx.. . 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The theme was Victory and the decorations were in red, white, and blue. Entertainment was provided by The Junior Class Members and the speaker. After the banquet the Juniors and Seniors went to the show in Hillsboro. The year ended with e school picnic at Herters Park. Coming back Wall out for victoryn our class was reduced to eight members with the boys definitely in mimority due to the drafting and signing up for the services of our country. Some of them who entered the service were: Dean Johnston, Millard Buxton, Francis Lane, Clyde Olson, and Marvin Poe. The Class Officers were: V President . . . . . Betty Lou Koberstein Secretary . . . . . Evelyne Mattson After four years of earnest endeavor we have attained greatest achievement, and although we are glad to graduate, we know we will often wish we could return to good old Gaston High. .3- 4 ,- 1 A 5 , 1- - 'X .L R Q. -A. 1 A 6.1133 if an fvqi 30:51 vis iii 1 5 5? sf if R5 is 'E A "' gi 9: 1 1 3212.-ii. . s 'i .be H- .aw , 1 5. 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I, Bernice Lee, being of strong will power, do hereby will my ability to hold two men at once to Doris Reed. I, Estle Harlow, being short bodied and tell minded, will my dancing ability to Bobby Clerk. I, George Steel, being of stronger back than mind,-do hereby will my full wit to the half-wit Junior Class. I, Mbdelyn Hummels, being of sound mind end body do hereby bequeath office of treasurer of Student Body to next one elected. his 1 K ,,,., MW!! F' 5 fx ,. N o V A - 5 , , L" L' : rv 1- 39. .'f4"?if: ' f f 'f 1i3f"5 -'wig "'?1:4':l1' - ' 1- V 1'-',.,g ' 1,1-4 , Q' a.' "V :K 1-'1 ' - Xf.12.q17' F935 -' ,4g.', -, 'T' af 'i??7'5,b 'f' i' 5 ', 7 155 H ,fn ff' , ,.,, , bf.. ,' .4f .A gf ",-: 1 1 ":."'e2' 23x 13 : W." I-E 1 , ,,. Y we ht. 551 f .E . 11-,T 1 .' irf,"4 I", ,Qin mr an.ms-funn as 5-ebb 15119 bmi mm gp , aa? ngfwalfg Mm 1:-smacziwtks .F '5? 'f"i ifawi-fx tri: wb-va 'mmf-1X.m:.1 ws 'V I jr!-sd' Q rw .1 amtb, Pmmb 'UA . Q:Aaim1't wif' -fri! 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What a surprise Miss Hummels recieves when she arrives at the Circus, and finds her old classmate Betty Lou Koberstein, the famous HFat Lady of that Cir usn. My, how different she looked from her old school days, and just because she had tried some HAdd Pounds Tonicn, sold to her by that super sales- man, Mr. Frank Heesacher, who after flunning his V 12 test for the tenth time had ,econe a traveling salesman, with a wife in every town. After recovering from the sheen of seeing two of her old class mates, Head Chief Hummels caught her 8:30 train to go out west to visit more clubs. She found her seat was oeside a high class looring lady. She immediately recognized her as Miss Bernice Lee, but who was now going by the name of Miss Hinnette Delacy. They began to tal. over old times and Miss Hummels found out that Bernice was chasing around the States trying to catch up with her dream actor HPretty Boyu. Madelyn also got some information on two other of her old class mates from Bernice. Miss Lee had met their chum, Evelyne Mattson, in Reno. Miss Mmttson was unsuccessfully trying to get a divorce from her third Navy husband. Mr. George Steele, a shyster, was her lawyer -nd really taking the old gal for Q ride. - At Sgunk Hollow, Oregon, Miss Hummels and Miss Lee parted. Miss Hummels was going to start home now tired but happy for she had made a full report on the clubs, and beside that she had seen or else recieved information on, ell'the old classmates she had graduated with, except Miss Estle Harlow. She would indeed have liked to know where that eld friend was and if she was happy. grlad a-if ww Aki? Mqaggfgm.-i 3:13 si wzflfhl 1MfiImf5i UC-'21 "' ffm an-ggi 1-45,1-5,13 1 ?fsg in-Tifgy-2?2i!,!,'if'A!!5"'f , Jaw ul fi' .minai fM"'?,- 33 il frm a v i' sl 4' v ' gl ,lf-asia-ish MJ. be xrvf h.lTfzwi iAi ,'b'!'1!f.5iEk3 at .1 1? M 1 . 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After talking over old times with Miss Harlow, Madelyn continued on her tour. rar- -' -anna:-, X X f' WTSX .f-""'g"" K .1 W 3 7 f wwmmjim MX ' X "S--Q "-Lx, ' 4 """il, .,,..A,..3 lg??.a?LQ.. ,A V :: M Q ' v gf-if W 1' " Y, . th. ' 32 r-V A qs. 384.5 r - 1. -v 'V .5 4, ff z.'.1. 'f a H?-3 . 1 .53 . ,wr - Y ,- , 6,,: Zi 3 N: -4, .5 V, -.: . .41 . V. qf"?i. 1,- A. gm. a Q., J., , ju.. fix!" -Q, ?t.3 ,- f ,fl L.. , I ,X' . 4, 5 . TB ,ngfgj . f"f" 1' M +A Nb If-'X EJ J J P r-' V43 QQ! .,, Ag 3 5'-H: JUNIOR CLASS Our Junior Class sterted es Freshme fell of l9Ll, with lO members. The Free n in the hmen Initiation started with e hung and ended with a bang with the Sophomore Class giving us U party. We returned their oerty e couple of weeks later. Rolle Loben entered school e couple of weeks after school started, meking ll members. At t the first semester, Robert Graham, Horis he end of O' Reer, droooed out. Jean Boyd moved to Portland end at- tended Greshem High. During this semest Loben moved to Carlton end Janis Hetfiel from Mc Minnville. Officers were: President ..... Vice President. . . Secretary .... Treasurer ..... Sergeent At Arms. . Dorothy Wi Robert Gro Henry Amri Norris ul We started our Sophomore year with bers. We initiated the Freshmen. This us giving them e party. They gave us e party s couple of weeks later. Dorothy left to go to Yamhill High. At the end semster, Donald Olson left to go to work Boyd returned from Gresham High. During ester George Zeiger entered from Forest Officers of the Class: President ..... Donald Ols Vice President. . . Janis Hetf Secretary . 3-. . :fMurgeret J We started our Junior yeer with sev Later our class decreased to five member of this year Donald Olson left to join t Officers of the Clsss President . . . . Donald Olson Vice President. . Wayne Ooley Secretary .... Jenis Hattie Others of our class who heve joined service of our country ere Robert Grehem O' Rear end Ronald Mc Leod. er Rolla d entered lliems hum . Mergeret Johnson en Rear five mem- ended with return Williams of the first and Jean this sem- Grove High. on ield ohnson en members. s. In Feb. he U. S. Navy ld tlze , Norris swim. 1 fasmmsmn I 'a Qj? 0 W X .59 Sw 2 D QLREQWEG 1 . ' f"fTS'1Ei:. ,,, 1, wifi' ,.g - 5'-QL. ' Q M, . ". 1w1.w:,",L V' . " f- f UT' 15 , 4 49 513' ., 4 . 3551? :V f4!fWFZ.f7 14 5-H w ., ,-1.314 .s 1.151-ir N " 515' .fi Ai L'1t'+'- . 1 ai 1-.dw 139.51 " .I '-is . '.f:e- ...rf " in -x. A K a-E' L., - 5, -g. , ,gig V1 -.Ei '.,-.1Vsi4122'j'ii-if-,V . 4 Lgwfgi ,E ' 9"'fv 23: L: "i:?'QiL4:-1: 14, 5' ,ff,,:' rr 1 ' 1' - - -'35 : - ix 36 Mlvsiifil' J 'ii .?' Alf... .1 '. A' lzf ' A ,gy-1.,., , :.- . . H. ,, for 'KJ Hari? J 2 1' Q AH E! .155 'QL -N gl. ip. A, ii-. - 'fy - dk -5, Nifrz. S f'IF'T.v,,,,'f f- . .SL 1 I-'gf J' - ff' ' 'fn mn f. . , ,. 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JM gf-QI' IX C C ' ,JJ .I' 'J?'N Jxx-j , an ax Wu 1 '41 ,J V- A ""' , I ,li 1 Vx fe. me, , I , si' milki. . M .fifkw , . . sopnomoae ctnss In the beginning of 1942 there were nine pupils in the Freshmen Class. . The initiation lested four days. They all hed to wear different costumes the first dey. The second dey the girls hed to weur gunny suck shorts end the boys were supposed to weer dresses. The third dey they hed to wear their clothes wrong side out end backwards with eech stocking e different color. The fourth dey they had to entertain the student body by singing songs and other things. They hed en initiation party but didn't heve to dress un for it. Everyone enjoyed the return party for the Sophomores which the Freshmen sponsored. The Sonhomore Class has never been very busy but have enjoyed their two years end are looking forward to their Junior your. The Class Officers were: President ..... Bud Perkins Vice President. . . 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During the three days our feces were continunlly smeared with rouge and lipstick. The Fridny night following the initie. tion we were privileged characters ht u party spon- sered by the Student Body. The party ended with everyone getting their fill of refreshments. Having completed one yeer of our high school education, we are dll looking forwnrd with eagerness to our on-coming years. Euln Buxton--Aeporter EV 4 wg., JJ 1, hw - 1 - u 53-wi.'.:Ev'f 1. 51- ? , ' pw F535 55: Y 2:1 . . , . - Y ,L Ty., yn - ' ,z- ' 271 V! K ix ah 4, L. 1 fx i v L3 1 f- w -' s . 3? .1 KW I ., ., fa-. I ,- W N. ' i24"j1"- ,f' n 'I gf , Q .QE N, ,ff X5-"sf '11 N 'M 4 F if vi-Lili? ' L.. 9 'KA 7 XX J Z fl X! f X ' L!! xg: N Zafnvwifm ll'.l'. ,- X 'vgf yn, 1'-'Aj' a, 1, Editor in Chiuf Associute Ed... Sports ...... FGAUUFQS... Printers... Typists... 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Madclyn Hummels Jenn Boyd Bttty Kobcrstcin .Wayne Ooloy Janis Hatfield Evclync Mattson Dick Marino Graco Tdcholsky Eulu Buxton Frank Hecspckor Bernice Leo Dound Blum Estlc Harlow George Stcclo Miss Wray Q ,y..,v.,1 W 1 ' w X1 ,ky i 'iii I 1 I Ijfiis. . ' ,. Qgfigff E4f5f'7'f' n l v: L . ix -. P "L- Q 1 . e. A +f1p.a...4 ..: g .1 2 1 "qA'..V . X fn : Eh .L Y A 5 VV '45-4 .4 v rf.-1. - , A . .." Q ...Wi Af,,1fE4gg2,' X U vw 1. 4 Ii A ' .. iw ..4-::ifb2i 'if 9 1, il.. MMT. Q1 'Q , gig? .., -'gwf 5tg.:T'." Y ' ,W f. 1. ,Q ' --, , ' ,-,447 Qqwpgii wr. N., .364 , V, ,Y FT 'J '7 iz .v f 1 ...J . L' A 1 . Eff.. -' . . , .J .:, R 1, ,, . . ,qu , .K E- 2.3: , I I A ,mg 'ff -. Vujfl -1, ,15 ., -,II I- ' I -N x'4,!..::Qh . fin I f , 1 I 9, V ,, Q, 15561 ilgasrlg-f4,'1-. -Zig-'arc +412 I .5!gg1'xi45f-21" -' f':f,.3w':51f'f' - 115 J , QF1.H'if?1Li.' .L.'HQ1I. gnimfl if-:VJ Z' , A Lg 5.-K jig ji T,-,Q rf g .-H gf 'WVEGQ -flag.. "4s,1..f13i: my ' .A 'gf Q 52 -4. . 3. 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Butler Billy's wealthy father Stanley Olson Marvel Butler Billy's sister Donna Blum Leeta Murray Marvel's chum Evelyn Mattson Kinotte DeLacey Actress and engaged to Billy , Bernice Lee Mary Ann Martin A waitress but engaged to Billy . Madelyn Hummels Ermintrude Fair A manicurist--engaged to Billy Janis Hatfield LeDon List Dangorously bountiful--engaged to Billy Estle Harlow Pokadot Colored man of the Butlers George Steele Linda Lou Colored maid of the B tlers Betty Lou Koberstein The cast work very hard practicing and it was worth their while as the play was a success. They want to thank Mrs. Jensen for her help and coopera- tion, 1-,.. v X, ,gs . ,.,y:x WJ, ww. f V-'A af ef ,J k r 331 .--L4 F- + is -4 x,, ' 'W' ' , f wfx- as Pi ff 9213 ,x i ws ' ,ef 1 if? 'Ifil-fbfg T' Wfqsfg W' if v55vrz.u4 4 ' 4 " -x O5 1 Q: wif df 3xfU1f5iEP?0es3' .x:as41:rna:- my :wen . ..'4.c., ' ::u:::im.w-an-m.zn1un,1nrn.u-nmxaln. G. A. A. In December of l9u3, wo ottendod the Girls Conference nt Forest Grov During Vollcybnll soouon we olnyod four SLmUb Sono of the girls attended the Ploy Day ot Pncifio University. During the course of tLo yonr wo loorncd somn of tho modern dnncos under thu dirootion of Mrs. Jormnin ond Miss Hrny. ' Some of cha girls who were anxious to get thfii U oints went on L Like Ono Fridoy hftornoon. They nero ongor to roturn boom to school when it ruined. The Officers were: President Vico Pros Socrotzry Troosurer idcnt Donna Blum Janis Hntfiuld Modolyn Hummol Bernice Loo K' M 3 P" .. ' 1 ,Q-. ff 5,4 .- j -5, . Y' . is-Sgr, V V- 14.5. ,, ,b iF- ,n rrp:-,A . H x Q5 . 4 ' T M Ll-1' if 1 - EH 5 Lf L.: f 5' 'ff' ' a . 1, wg W lv' A. .S 1 :MF , 'I . 'VZ-fff, A iw .pm 4, f ws '. ' f. . ,,11j,U5Q-.1535 Eff . 5552 QM! .. v ' 1 5:2 -, -'L ' - N if-,.. f' L1 :,'f' S, if .a.yn '11 J! i E. 5, u :fi " 5 1 451-,I Q L ..'-' . 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Gnston.... .... 6 Banks... ....bl msmmu.U.U ..6 FOPSSU GrQve... ....l9 Guston..... ....lb Banks!!! llC12O 0 0 0 0 0 e O 0 0 8 Forest Grove... ....l9 G5-lstorllmtclol canals Jcwollneob 004556 Goston.... ....l8 Jowell.... ....L6 GuStonlllO0lllO 0006 Gaston Alumni.... ...O 1 C I I O O l I C I O C Olbf Gaston nlumni.... ...ZA BASKETBALL Our Busketbsll senson seemed much better than wss to bc expected. The boys pl ycd hnrd but due to lock of experienced substitutes msny gomss were lost by Q smnll mnrgin This year the Freshmsn Class seemed very dominate on our tonms with two roprssontotivos on the Footnsll sqund ond three on our Bosketbnll Five. ,.. In 1 , x n UE? ' x 3 il 31 5:4 H Q.. ,Q ll 5, E as .gy 43+ .qi .9 ,f X. .nfl G c 1, f stil -P 1 I ' 9 ,J rw I '-E 1 X BASKETBALL Ccontinuedl Ghstonooscovoiloosn aso23 Pacific Freshmcn.... ...l5 GEiStonCOllCllllOl IIOZ7 Cerlton... ...25 Ghstonlll !l.21 Dundce.... ...l6 I O I C Al Glkstonocco 0011.9 18 GL-lstonllllf. lll22 29 Town Teum.... ... Guston.... ...23 31 Yamhill... ... Guston.... ...lO Bunksllli OIIZO Gustonsoso neo38 18 1kSlllO Ill Gustonocoeos noolg Town Tedmocso 00:20 Gu-StonllllClUllOlOl lf.32 26 Pacific Freshmen.... ... Geston.... ...25 32 Yhmhill... ... Ghstoncooo IOOLS Jewellooono onooo noenuoneoljo The most exciting game of the season wus the last one, played with Jewell. The crowd was tense with the score L8-L8 with twenty-five seconds in the iourth quarter to ploy. We were ell very disnpoointed when one of the Jewell players made n basket, bringing L defeet for us. 1 'Ji . ff fb if fm- j. . . . h,2.??', 7.1. Vx , , Vp.: gg ha I . .. , ,. ff , , Jiislifsgrgfsfa "1 " 5+ .fA,.':'w . ' 1 ' " . .ff-X - if ' - , .-, wp. W I3 arg. . .. K E, r x: if 2 Yi' if . , lif'1Q"?f'- V 'ki f'3Q. iff :Z35i?5" .. L ' 728,-f k 4111.1 fa'. g g!1V.Az' -2735 . -'.""?- ' E?'.s,1E5.21'. '-.--' -' 4 . 3 ' ' ' my is 'N gi' gif 'y- Lil w , ' ,gif 'H 2 .im I . ,Q V 94' :fri 1 -'Y ' :: !'f,- . eil? 1:1 M 'S ,JJ ., gk. 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