Gaston High School - Hi Lites Yearbook (Gaston, OR)
- Class of 1948
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SENIOR CLASS HISTORY
We started our Freshran year off wlth a bang There were 19 of us when we
started, but one by one our classmates dropped out untll there were only 14 of
us left The 1n1t1at1on was really the blg axfalr of the year for us, but oh'
we were really sore
Our Sophomore year I6 helped the Juniors and Seniors init1ate the Freshmen.
Thls was even more fun than be1ng lnltiated We were learnlng fast Thls year
a few of the glrls made the team ln volleyball
Here we are Junlors Our year was spent 1n work and play
glT1S took part 1n the Senlor play We gave the Senlors a very
the close of the year The year ended wlth the Senlor farewell
everyone had the most enjoyable tlne of the entlre year
Ah' at last, we are 'mlghty Senlors ' Ve really made the
We took part ln almost every actlvlty that was presented 1n our
hlgh school We had a very successful Senlor play Wlth lots of
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most of th1 year.
fourth year of
fun for everyone
CI thlnk Mlss Wray engoyed lt too, even 1f she d1d get a blt annoyed with us at
tlmesl Then came our sneak day What fun' We headed for Pockaway but because
lt was so cold on tk beach and nothlng for us to do, that we headed for Seaslde
We had loads of fun 1n Seaslde ie went through the acquarlum, fed the sea 11OnS,
and ended up down on the beach dlgglng clams for all we were worth The
the digglng whlle the glrls stamped around to leap warm and offered what
could We flnlshed the day off by seelng the Portla1d Beavers uln thclr
8 to O Cheedloss to say after all the smoked sla1on, llppered salmon,
potato chlps, doughnuts, popcorn, hot dogs, etc , etc , no one mcntloned
any place for a meal that CVCU1Dg I
The tlme has come for us to leave Gaston H1 Wlth a lump 1n our throats we
say farewell to our classmates, lower classmen, and teachers
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Sen or Class Will
My friends, I have called you to unite here as it,, that you,
the heirs and assigns of my respected client, t e W J GST er
last will and testament, which, as her legal advisor, I or a directed by
her immediately prior to ter pa ing from our pres Ice
May I, as xell as m grieved client, ntreaf that you receive your respec
tive legacies in the snirit of unselfish friendship with xhich they were given?
I shall appreciate your of lteou at ention hile I read this duly attested will.
Item l We give nd bequeath freely and vitholt reservations to the Junior
class our self aat1sfact1on, our importance, and our Wisdom, which we posses
in great aoundance
Item 2 We also leave to the Juniors any notebooks, rencil , fountain pens.
unfinished lolly pop or unfinished business, including debts which we contracted
our great haste
Item 3 To our good friends the Sophomore class, we leave our patience It will
be useful to have this in order to stand the Juniors
Item L To the young and unsophisticated Fre hmen, ve leave a map of the school
building so that they may not get into ever body' path looking for their clas
rooms with the map, come a pamphlet telling you hov to ple se the teachers
Bernard Adamson will my brilliant knowledge to Lyle Spink and 'hy ren hair
to any blond
Jeanette Epling leave my ability to flirt with the boys to Loi Ha lins
Johnny Spidal leave my solemn duty to take the kid home from the various
games and activities to the next sucker
I Barbara Beck leave my excellent cheering aonlity to any shv student
Albert Davis leave my abilitv to get my Engli F done to Robert hpling
Bernice Runion leave my ability to st y up l Le to any sleepy head
Paul Adamson leave my pinching ability and orneriress to any gentleman
Beverly Clarke leave my ability to collect oov ' rings to any girl vho has
n't a boy friend Just ask her how she does it
I Ray alters leave my sh nes to Bill Heintw
I Jessie Furukama leave my yell leading to anybody ho ha creeking Joints
I .Carl Hering leave my camera and films to Gen Ioodenpyle
Finally, ve do hereb, name and appoint as the sole efecutor or thi , our
last will and testament, our cla s advisor, Mr K Goldhammer
In witness ve, the class of l9L8, the testator, have set our hand and seal
on this 19th day of May in the year of 1948
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SENIOR CLASS PROPHWCY
Can you lmagine my surprlse when from nowhere I eened to land ln the
middle of a teemlng metropollso How I came to be h re I cannot relate but as
I had qulte apparently arrlved I declded to wear f fo tn and see what thls
lively town was llke To thls end I took one Ol the DaXlS that came screaming
to the sldewalk wath a d lver shoutlnp 'rld l Once safely lnside one of
these movlng p1eces of antlqu ted Juni and we bac pul ed out 1nto the llnes of
ant l1ke movements of large clty trafflc, I looked a my drlver He was looking
at me with an expresslon of amazement, whlch was not surprislng, for he was
Johnnle Spldal, my classmate f om oaston Unlon Hlgh School, class of 'b8' Who
would have thought that the boy who took the class honors would be found drlving
a New York Clty t8X1? He told me that he l1ved ln an apartment ln the big clty
with h1s w1fe and slx chlldren
from where I had declded to take the traln for Arkansas A
the crowd I ran 1nto and knocked a woman down The contents
strewn upon the statlon floor and as I stooped to ald her ln
belonglngs, I was shocked to flnd that I had unlntentlonally
I dashed through
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run 1nto another
classmate Th1s tlme lt was J an tte Qpl1ng who was the proprletor of a small
town cafe called HThe Twlnkle Toes She was on her yearly vacatlon but hadn't
yet made u her mlnd where to gc Over a cuo of tea, ln one of the local
'eat a bite and leave a fortune' places so promlnent ln th1S part of the world,
we declded that she should travel wlth me Agazn we started across the statlon,
th1s tlme belng very careful to avold SUltC8SB8 leaded w1th th1ngs that cause
undue exc1tement on floors, and boarded the traln for Arkansas
I told Jeanette about Johnnle, whom she d1dn't know had ever gotten beyond
the green valleys of Oregon, and about myself I, Barbara Beck, had become a
prlvate secretary for the boss of The Frlsco Produce Import and Export Concern
I later married the boss and now I travel around and let someone else 'pound the
keys' Jeanette 1n turn told me about the peopl whom she had heard of
Ray Walters, lt seems, was now a famous pxtfh
He wasn't marrled and apparently had no lntentlons
was qulte the 'ladles' man '
Carl Hering now l1ves 1n N8X1CO He owne a
Amerlcan helress who had l1ved all her llfe ln Lex
girl who s very spolled Paul Adamson, the Ca
now a famous SC18Dt1St who could be bothered by
out to be a regular bookworm and clalms the fal
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but she had read an ltem 1U the paper som tlme
r For the Brooklyn Dodgers
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arge ranch and had marr1ed an
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ago say1ng that Bernlce RHDIOH
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had marrled a rlckshaw carrler 1n Chungklng
Just then the conductor came through the traln, and true to form,
a former classmate Th1s tlme lt was our frlend Albert Davis, who had
tired of l1fe at AStOTla and had declded to glve the other slde of the
a try Whlle we were lnvolved 1n a d1SCuSS1OH of nway back whenn, the
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Senior Class Prophecy continued
which I do believe was running on the reputation it had built up ll oetter days,
creaked and gave a lurch that landed a very distinguished looking ventleman right
in our laps. To our surprise we found the gentleman to be Bernard Adamson, the
head of the biggest air line in Ar ri a He had married a once famous aerial
stunt artist, but he said he in 1sted th t she qaif her work and spend the rest
of her days seeing to it that Junior had no desire to fly
When we reached Arkansas we went on a tour of the mountain area, where, it
is said, people still think Lincoln is President Whom should we find in one of
the backwoods places but Jessie Furukawa who is now the sole owner of a chicken
She doesn't care She says, nI'd rather sing and go ralking Come, take a walk
with me H And so we did we were to be surprised again for as we approached a
field with a number of forlorn looking cows whom should appear from the far ide
of one of those sad looking creatures, but Beverly Clarke, the pr sent Mrs Abe
Sooter She left Oregon, and many boy friends, to come to a new state where she
hoped th re would be no cows but Hthey have them here too,U she said sadly
From the number of 'stair steps' who were at that moment trying to hide behind
her skirts, I guessed she had quite a family She invited us indoors to Wset
a spelln and as we started to do so a loud bell like sound startled us I
turned to see what it was only to find it was the telephone beside my bed I
lifted the receiver from the hook and grunted a sleepy, far from civil, HHe1lo,
what do you wanton It ras a long distance call from a small town in the east
and Jeanette Epling wondering if I would care to Join her on her vacation this
ranch. Since the death of her husband, the chickens and the children run wild.
year, and did I know what had happened to any of the rest of our former classmates.
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Cecil Koberstein, Frank Barnett, George Merrill, Don Brown,
Don Spidal, Gene Hoodenpyl, Clyde Walker, Ted Ranger, Jim Yoder,
Lorna Mae Kiser, Marilyn Olson, Geraldine Lane, Laura King,
O'3alla McLeod, Esther Bryant, Patricia Harris, Darlene Adams,
Barbara Clark, Janet Hoodenpyl, Lois Wilcoxen---not pictured---
Lois Haskins, Diane Ellingswortn, Lucie Ranger, Arlene Davis,
Yea: ' v , 'T B'n'er, James Densmore, Richard Richter
J'NIOR CLASS HISTORY
In September of 1945 we were grac1ously welce eo ln o G o ff 1 H151
School Everyone was very generous wlth the use oi , alle ueh o
wllllng that we should have the beneflt of thelr l c' tn n they th mselves
Of course,1t goes W1t1OUt savlng that Fre F er 6 about the smartest puplls
ln school fat least ln thelr own ODlP1OH and we were crceptlona lv brlght
We took part 1n almost all of the chool 1CtlVlt e and in the Varlety Program
1t was Hour' boys vho stole 4.9 hor
Our Sophomore year We did the weleomlng of the Freshmen, at least a go
share of lt, and we tmought lt we very fln sport Hovever, there were a '
Freshles who d1d not have qdlte as keen a ense of h mor s we, at any rate,
they d1dn't share o r oplnlon on the bdeft Thl year, too, we partl lfated
1n most of the 8Pt1Vlt es and although the others r J nat have reallzed me, Wlth
out our class, the school wotld not have neon half ood
When the school bell rang ln September T947 Je looked around and reallzed
that ln the two years of our hlgh chool career there had seen q ite a change ln
it made us Lnhappy to lo e our old pals, w ere alxays glad to Teoma new ones,
Our class Joined the Junior Class and a fex Senlors ln pre entlng 'Our Town
Needless to say, th1 vas not all we d1d threugho t the year took part ln
almost every program and at the elos of the year ave a banq et for th SGHIOTS
after whlch the other cla FS and ome of the parents were Jnvlted to attend the
We wouldn't exactly ay ve were the be t cla s 1n chool for our slze for
not everyone would agree wlth us, but we car tnlnl lt, and as long a e JdAlOTS
agree, tiat 1S SulflClent
SOPHOMORE CLASS HTSTORY
Of the twenty three tlmld Freshmen :ho ente ed G ton Jn 1946, only 91X
teen remalned to start as Sophomores 1n 1947 L enjoy d the Freshmen 1nJt1a
tlon th1s year much more that we dld last year
Two new Sophomore cane to Gaston tnls year Toe :ere Pary herrlll from
Oxnard Hlgh ln Oxnard, Calnfornia and Joe Davls from J J Astor Junlor Hlgh
1n AStOP1B Two of our old members left tr year Tewls Whlte mov d to Yam-
hill and Larry Chrlstlan tran ffrred to Tlgard
Th1S year our class comblned wlth the Jd1lOlS and four Scnlors +o present
n0ur Town At the C8TUlV8l our class had cnar e of tue basketball, UOXWIUQ,
and fortune-telling booths
The Sophomore boys came through the lntranural asketball game wlth 3 tln
and no losses, making them wlnners of the play off
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Thls year marked the beglnnlng of the newly lor d axle t Le 1n all
sports for Banks, Gaston, Verboort and Vernonla HBH
We dld ve y wel' 1M froffnll, taklng tle C11 for WlDD1Og all but one game
and that was a tle t Vfrbcor+ 6-6 nv rytnlng in football th1S year was
good for us except the w th r v 1Ch as bad lmost ev ry game
Paul Adamson lead the soor1zP wlth 30 polnt Ralph hatfleld had l
polnts and Bob Beck had 9 Other players UhlCH scored one touchdown Vere
Don Spldal, Johnnle Spldal, Blll F61htZ, nd Lyle Splnk
practlce games we didn't fare so well Oar games wltx Dayton and xlth LashinJ
ton State School for the Deaf were hard on the scorlng cloumn
Tklrt en football men earned letters durlng the ootball season
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Llnemen Lyle Splnk, Ray Walters, Vob Sp dal Llncoln Pearson
Bernard Adamson, H11 H6lPtZ, Jam s lfrson, Don Sploal
and Dave Gossltt
Backfleldmen Bob neck, Johnny Spldal, Ralph Hatfield, Paul Adamson
Thls was the flrst year slnce 1941 that we n ve tak n a cup ln football
Banks, our rival, was whlte wa hed this year by our bard drlv ng el Ven IflCh
took two games 3 to O and 26 to O
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The 19MB Baseball season has been hampered by raw so far +h1s year
and the Gaston Greyhounds thus far have played onlf h games Of these h
games played, they hav won 3 and lost l
The first game was a DFaCtlC game w1th the Forest Grove Varslty on
March 31 The score was h to 3 1n Gaston's favor
A scheduled game w1th Yamhlll had to be postponed because of the wet
On Aprll 16 the Greyhounds went to Lafavette to play the Llons on a vet
field In the last 1nn1ng lt was pourlng down raln but Gaston went on to
win by a score of 10 to 2 behind the 3 h1t pltchlng of our ace, Ray Jalters
On Aprll 27 we agaln traveled to Lafayette to battle wlth the Llons
because our home fleld wasn't 1n shape Walters aaaln dld hlmself proud
by p1tch1ng a no hit ball untll the Sth lnnlns when U had a lead of 15 to 1
Splnk was moved ln to pltcher for the practlce at that tlme He nltched 3
to mak the score 17 to 2
we played our flrst Sunset League game on our home f1e1d agalnst Verboort
Aprll 30 Walters aga1n pltched a f1ne game strlklng out 13 batters, but
Gaston couldn't h1t ln the clutches and the game went 1nto an extra lnnlng wlth
the score t1ed at 3 all by vlrtue of several mlscues on the Gaston team
In th flrst of the 8th Verboort pushed h runs across the plate and Gaston
couldn't get th m back ln the1r half of the lnnlng although they d1d g t
2 runs to make the score 7 to S 1n Verboort's favor The Ga ton t am 1S
1mpFOV1Hg 1n h1tt1ng and before the season 1S ov e lone to w1n a few
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they piled up 8 v1ctor1es as avalnst 6 setbacks Th Greyhounds tacked up S11
polnts to the1r opponent ' 3
Gaston earned the r t 10 'H hlrgton county ln the D1StP1Ct 1
Class HBH Tournament at C a b aflrp Banks twlce ln two thr1l11ng games.
The flrst game agalnst Bar n a vom all the way w1th Gaston comlng
through w1th a 39 to 29 v1n Boo Be 1 a record of 22 polnts 1n thls game
This was the hlghest scowe reached 1D any gave olayed thls ea on
The second reetlng of the Braves and Gr Jhound ras hard fought and very
excltlng Gaston really arned thelr 31 to 27 vlctory
Gaston dropped thelr tournament game to Star of the Sea from Astorla 3h to
249 Thls was the flrst tlme slnce 19110 that Gaston has been represented at a
tournament of any klnd
The season scores are as follows
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Walters, Mr Boa? coach, Don Spidal, Bob Beck, Paul
Ronald Hoodenpyle, Frank Pleshnik, Jimmy O'Connell,
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The Greyhound Hpupsn came through with four victories and 'our defeats
this season. All their games were very exciting and ve well fought wi+h
a lot of good playing on the part of the playerso
The most exciting game was a 19 to 17 victory over the Yamhill HBH team
The score was close throughout the entire game.
Gaston scored 203 points while their opponents scored 227 Dick RLchter
led the scoring this season with 61 points.
Scoring by play
CLASS PLAY OFF
The Soohomores won the class play off held at the close of the regular
basketball season The Sophomores won all three of their games as they downed
come in second with 2 wins and 1 defeat The Freshmen beat the Juniors but
lost to the Seniors and Sophomores, coming in for third place The poor
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september 8-loule sat on the sta1r case and watched all the k1dS flle ln many
new faces pretty ones too yes slr loule has h1gh hopes for tl s year mr boak on
the lookout for football materlal oh yes books
september 12 whew 1ou1e 18 all worn to a frazzle helped coach get plans for
football under way helped the boys ogle all the freshman glrls and scare the
dayllghts out of the boys vlth lHlt18t1On threats loule even carved a n1ce paddle
out of a matchstlck lay on maconlf loule W1Sh8S he could sleep Just 5 mlnutes
more old man calendar says 1ts frld v
to hillsboro for lnstltute peace 1tS
september 19 oh boy oh boy the frosh
scared to death they are tonlghts the
there even louella wlth a green rlbbon
the l2th no school today teachers journey
gather 1n groups and talk in low whlspers
frosh 1n1t1at1on party later everyone las
1n her halr everyone a wonderful tlme even
the frosh wonder 1f they have sore feet
september 22 tense nerves dead quiet no fun for loule nobody wants to play
october 3 loule Journeyed to dayton to watch daytons f1r t string skunk the green
and gold loule laughed and laughed to see b g bob spldal land on the top of a heap
thats one way of gettlng even dance 1n the gym loulc too tlred
october lO-lou1e donned h1p boots and o1lsk1ns to take 1n football game gaston at
verboort mr boak wlshlng for water UlDgS and a w1n
october 16-loule went down to the fleld to watch gaston fell the vernonia loggers
wet feet and snlffles ach choo
october 17 end of lst slx weeks lou1e 1S lonesome once agaln everyone lnvolved
wlth tests book reports and u s hlstory act1v1t1es no fun
october 24 ylppee gaston at banks loule helped the gals cheer the lads on to
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november 7 loule sneaked 1nto the flrst a1d klt and traveled Wlth the boys to
washlngton school for the deaf sad day glrls had to stay home loule would rather
not talk about the score
november ll oh happy happy hollday no school
november 14 lou1e hung black crepe on the gleam roon door after the verboort
dutch came to V1Sit at 18-O amerlcan educatlon week program loule all tlred out
from trylng to take 1n all classes everywhere loule almost got lnto trouble 1U the
sclence room vhen he fell lnto the bloscope and mr boak trled to cla Slfy hln as a
hydra the ldea loule llked the glrls gvm class best voo-zoo
ence of the
and tearlng off a second s1x weeks
loule hopes someone leaves hlm an old apple core to gnaw on dead
the carnlval only the student body has any money now
thanksglvlng hollday loule bllssfully munches apple cores 1n the s1l
deserted bulldlng and celebrates by cllmblng up to old man calendar
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december 12 our town with practically every sophomore and junior in the cast
bob spidal out front as stage manager louie thought he was wonderful senior boys
proved themselves good scouts and did a bang up Job lODlC help d mrs boak back
stage and got h1s exercise chasing up and down the necks of the corpses to see if
they could resist the impulse to scratch
december 17 1OU19 celebrated the opening of basketball season by a narrow escape
when he inadvertently seated hum elf on a hot dof the g a a was selling he
recovered from his fright in tim to help tr boys yell for the losing lafayette
december 24 christmas vacation peace comes dropping slowly louie spent the
morning helping the g a a and the senior boys mold popcorn balls veddy high class
everyone was all stuck up 1ou1e thought the science room looked like the beach
after a storm
January 9 carlton at carlton very unnerving louie hopped from shoulder to
shoulder trying to cheer up the boys homevard bound who killed the referee 1 said
the leech with the merest touch of wishful thinking
January 13 yamhill at yamhlll louie 15 about to turn nto a morbid introvert
louie has a clothes pin on his rose but ll refrain from a de cent into vulgar
January 16- yamhill at gaston end of lst seme ter louie all morn out from help-
ing the kids sweat out t1e1r exams louie has come to the conclusion that they have
all heard that the meek inherit the e rth but they figure there are quicker ways
to get their hands on it
January 20 banks at banks yippee this score pulled louie back into high spirits
louie was afraid wins were getting extinct like the buffalo ch ering section on
their best behavior too
January 23 gaston at lafayette another win
february 3 carlton at gaston nuff said
february 6- senior play louie sat in the audience and watched the seniors perform
whee aint paul got pretty legs louie thought the gals all looked veddy beau tee
ous but not any more so than miss wray louie made a sudden dash backstage 1th the
smelling salts for miss Wray when Jessie forgot her entrance famous last words
Johnnies 1 hope something happens pretty soon
february 9-the man with the black box was around sn pplng annual pictures today
february 10- louie hopped aboard the st paul bound bus helped the boys sing old
macdonald had a farm stopped at ne berg for refreshments louie full as a tick and
happy with Wln
february 17 louie traveled with coach to game at corbett louie couldn t see the
score board played games with don spldal cecil and richard on ay home
february 20--banks at gaston whee our lads von the cup louie was disappointed
when the pep squads split the decision louie thinks we xere the better
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27 st paul here louie isnt just sure what the boys were playlng mostly
a cake wlth the floor oh yes end of the fourth six weeks
oh boy louie took off for the dlstrict tournament Klth the boys helped
survey the local talent untll mr boak arrlved loules splrlts drooped on
but chirked up and played cards wlth sp1nk and beck untll ho hum t1me
mmmm miss cherryblo son b1g nl ht for loule grand to have frank back
caught bob spldal steallng the slow agaln carls comedy good too to town w1th the
cast home much too late tlred but happy
march 31 soft l1vhts muslc gals all glamoured up for student body banquet louie
was most proud of the letterman lads who were rece1v1ng the1r awards the boys
gave mr boak one too lou1e caught the gleam of a golden knife and chaln sprlng
april 9 slx weeks tests louie shed b1g tears over the yamhlll game ralned out
aprll 15 loule cllmbed lnto verlaines sultcase and h1d 1n an old alarm clock for
the g a a sneak to the coast not much sleep but loads of fun fancy paper bows
appeared on door knobs at all hours
aprll l6w-play ball lafayette there loule had to m1ss th1S but wanted to see 1f
Jeanette really could r1de a horse g a a gals ate the1r dlnner standlng up
aprll 20- ho hum loule had to drag hlmself out at three ayem ln order to hook a
r1de on the senlor sneak loule TlSk a fate worse than death and chose to r1de 1n
m1ss wrays car felt much relleved w1th paul at the wheel beach brrr too cold
portland beavers oh boy school censored
aprll 27 lafayette there helped mr boak coach the boys to a w1n loule wondered
what m1ss wray and mrs boak were dolng 1n that tree
aprll 30-verboort here lou1e dldnt qulte catch the score mr boak ln a black mood
may A banks there loule dldnt even catch a snooze we won lou1e watched the g1r1s
play softball could use a llttle more practlce loule thlnks
may 7 game ralned out agaln loule consoled hlmself by taklng 1n the party for
the senlors gym all decked out 1D spot llghts
may 12 soft llghts and the swlsh of formals JUn1OP and senlor guys and gals were
danclng and romanclng 1OU18 gorged hlmself at the banquet some cooks those
junlor mothers loule took hls ear muffs along 1n case the boss told hls usual
may 16-loule washed his face and donned h1s best sult for baccalaureate senlors
all dressed up ln new clothes and solemn faces good sermon pretty muslc loule
didnt even fall asleep
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processlonal lOUlC M1UGd aJay a tear or two .5 h m iuate a
tlme or two loule was tempted to paso th k7eenex loll S W e
may 20- day of days the ll fcbooW p1CHlC loule 1 lf foo J fvom spendlng so
much tlme 1U a boat mort d yor Pup
may 21 loule wokf llt' 1 ICW ool. oo report cards happy slghs
of rellef for somo Foodbyks for too S lor ard r Q :ray and mrs boa? and so
loule packs hls l1+tlo SUltCqQn ood bldS you all
loulo the leech
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TUJEN HOLY OPmRETTA H ISS MIAHRYBLOSSOVH
Thls year lt was declded to g1Ve an operetta lnstead of the usual Variety
Program. On Frlday evenlng, March 19 l9h8, th stud nt body of Gaston UHIOU
H1 presented HMlSS Cherryblossomn an operetta WT1tt n by May Hewes Dodge and
John Wllson Dodge, and dlrect d by Mrs Ethyl Boak
HNISS Cherryblossomu lS the story of M155 Evelyn Barnes, an adopted
Japanese Amerlcan glrl, whose parents dled of fever when she was a tlny baby
Evelyn was brought up as a Japanese malden Her father's secretary used
her property for his own ends When velyn CJ6SSl8 Furukawal, who was known
as HCherryblossomH was about eighteen, Worthlngton fthe secretary played by
Bernard Adamsonl returned ln hls yacht w1th a party of Amerlcan frlends
One of them, John Henry Smlth CFrank Suga1D fell in love w1th nCherryH and
wlshed to marry her, but Kokemo CBob Spldalb who had brought her up as hls
own daughter wanted her to marry Togo CCarl Herlngl, a r1ch nolltlclan
Eventually Cherry learned of her true 1d8Dt1+Y, came lnto her own oroperty,
marrled Jack and all ended haoplly
Others 1n the cast were Jesslca Vanderoool flea tto pllHgD, orth
ington's nlece, James Young CJohn Soldalj, Vorth1ngton's or1va+e s cretary,
Henry Foster Jone CPaul Adamsonl, Ja k's pal and lr lcf w1th Jesslca, the
glrls' Glee Club and boys' chorus
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The Sophomore and Junlor L1t rature class presented the three act
production WOur Townu a Broadway play by Thorton Wllder
This 15 the flrst time Gaston H1 has ever attempted to produce a Broadway
play, and also the flrst time the Sophomore and Junlor classes have ever
produced a play It was the flrst tlme that the mogorlty of the cast had
ever appeared 1n an actual play
HOur Townn 15 produced w1thout scenery In other plays the stage manager
is hidden in the wings, 1n th1S play he has the leadlng part The audlence
watched as the scenery was moved about Imag1nat1on played a large part 1n
maklng th1s play a success
The Stage Manager, played by Rober Spldal, r lated the story to the
The play centers around Emlly Webb, Mary Bryant, and George Glbbs, Paul
Adamson The members of the cast w re, Frank Plesnlck as Dr Glbbs, Verlalne
Mrs Webb, Bernard Adamson, Mr Webb John Barr, Wallv Webb, also many cltizens
of the town
The flrst act shows a day 1n UOur Townn The tlme 13 hay 7, 1901 The
same ordlnary th1ngs happen that would haop n ln any small town The doctor
comes home from hls hOSD1t8l dut19S, th mllkman orlngs the mllk, the newsboy
brlngs the paper, and of course, the two housewlv s talk over the latest
gosslp The chlldren come home from school, and everythlng goes well
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SENIOR CLASS PLAY
On rebruary 6 l9h8, the Senlor class pr s nted the r L aj a +hree act
comedy, 'Here Comes the Prlnc , WTlut n hy Anne oult r Martens and dlrected
by Mlss Wray
The cast was all Senlor xceot Verlalne Neuenschwander, who was a flll
1n from the Junlor class CThanks a m1ll1on, Verlalne D
Carol, Beverly Clarke, was engag d to Terry, Paul Adamson, but broke off
w1th h1m and was golng to marry Pr1nc Rudolph of Zenobla, Ray Walters, but
1n the end settles for Professor Ch1pper, Carl Herlng, a professor of b1TdS
Joan, Jeanette Epllng, a local tomboy, the klnd of Vlfl hors pralse for helng
a good snort but seldom marry, 15 convinced by T rry Doncvan that he loves
her Granny, Bernlce Runlon, Nas a good natured Granny who wa always carry
lng her knlttlng bag and helplng Joan and Terry carry out thelr plans Fred
Halllday, John Spldal, a very rlch buslness man, and Farol's father 15
lnterested 1n marrylng hls daughter off to a 1ch man, hut d c1d
f11Ft1Hg w1th the women Mrs Lovegoy, Barha a cc was a v ry
dressed, mlddle aged lady, who ranted to g t r nce, or gust
her daughter, Wanda, Verlaln N uens hw nd r, he 1 a very well
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any man, for
obedlent young lady Sonva, TGSS16 Furukava, a G8 c had been erg ged to
PT1nC8 Rudolph and Nas very angry when she found he s to marry Carol, but,
in the end she gets the Prlnce
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Jessie Furukawa, Barb ra Beck, Je nette Eyllnv, and Verlalne Neuenschwander
It the beg1nn1ng of the 5981 thex elected the1r offleers, as follows
Beverly Clarke, Presldert, Jessle Iuruka a, Vlee Presldent, Verlaine Ieuenschwan
der, Secretary Tre ure, Barbara Bec', Student Councll Representative, and Mrs
Jeanette Epllng, Jessle Furulawa, Barbara Beck, and Beverly Clarke TGCE1V9H
honorary awards These p1ns were given only to senlors who shoxod good athletlc
ab1l1ty, who had average grades, and :ho were boo ters for the organl tlon d
The girls of the G 4 1 gave a dance at the Forest Hllls country c11b 1n the
members of the G 4 vore yellox mums
ft the annual student body banquet Barbara Bec', Jess1e Furukawa, Jeanette
Epllng, Beverly Clarke, and Verlalne Neuenschwander roeelved 110 point tnlrd
year letter avards
Dur1ng basketball season the g1rls sold coke, not dogs, and cand in order
to earn money We recelved help from volunteers rho wished to rece1ve extra
credit hen they became ellgible to JOIN the G A 4 lnroughout most of the year
we had a candy mach1ne Vh1Ch brought us a little proflt each day
It the last of the term the girls of the G 1 and Ur Boak took a three
day trip to the coast They stayed at the Dorchester Hou e at Ocean Lake, Oregon
Ill expenoltures of the trlo were paid fron the f 1 fu.os VhlCh the Q1T1S had
earned throughout the last school year
Due to the many BCtlV1tl0S and full schedule, the Lettermcn's Club has
been ratner inactlve th1s year
We have, however, obtalned several new member thls year The OfflCCTS
were elected as folloxs Pre , John spldal, V1C6 Pres , Paul Idamson r e
new members are Freshmen Don Sp1dal, Football and Ba ketball, Cec1l Kob TStC1U
Basketball Sophomores are Llncoln Pearson, Football and Basketball, Janes Person,
Football, Robert Epllng and John Barr, both Managers
The initlatlon is planned for the last week of nprll Instead of h0V1ng the
regular Lettermen's Banquet put on by the Letterman, the Tualatin Valley Commer
cial Club gave a banquet in honor of the 8thl6t1C teams and the student body.
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GASTON HI LS
The l9h8 publlcatlon of the Gaston Hlgh Lite lS the terth an lal to be
published by the Assoc1ated Stldent Body of Gnstor L on N gh School T518
book had 1ts origln ln 1939 1D xery try1n TF + o S nc that flrst
believe it 15 the best ann a1 t + nas ever left e Gaston H1 press
For the past four years tDn UbllSH1Dg of the annual has been under the
very capable eyes of M1ss Wray who acts as advlsor
The staff th1s year 15 headed by Johnn1e Spldal, edltor, w1th JGSSIB
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cost 1S covered
as ass1stant edltor
has more p1CtHTGS than ever before The pFlC9 1S more than
of the pFeV1OUS year, but we feel it 1S worth the extra pT1C8
15 approx1mately 60 COp1ES at a cost of about Sh 25 each The
by selllng advert1s1ng and charg1ng the students 32 OO a copy
we of the staff hope you enjoy your l9h8 dl Llt6S and that lt w1ll be one
of your cher1shed pOSSeSS1OHS 1D the years to come
The HGleamH is a monthly paper publ1shed by the assoc1ated stJden+s of
Gaston H1 The staff 1S as shown in the p1ctur
we have a clrculation of llO Our advert1sers each receive a paper, as
well as all students 1n the h1gh school, ea h teacher n the grade and the hlgh
school, and the paper lS exchanged w1th a number of schools Jn Oregon and
Th1rty two advert1sers, who have businesses 1n for st Grove, Gaston, and
other C1t1SS, advertlse ln our paper It 1S through these advertisers
are able to publlsh a school paper.
the UG1eamH is pr1nted news of the h1gh school, news of the grade
gossip, sports, advertlsing, editorlals by students and teachers, and
other items of lnterest to the students.
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