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

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Letterman Club 5,4 1 I Basketball 5,4 Baseball 5,4 Football 5,4 Drama Our Town 2 My Cher B1 Student Council , ry ossom Robert Epling Us qpnm, 'P'Nsf TJ Pat Perkins Born Rainier, Oregon March so, 1952 Transferred Rainier, Oregon 5 A , , e Pres 4 Music Club ,4, Librarian 5 Pres 4 Gleam Staff 5,4, Editor Annual Staff 5,4 Drama For Pete Sake 5 The Girl From Missouri 4 Carnival Princess 5,4, Queen 4 Student Council 4 Pep Club 4 Lincoln Pearson Born Hillsboro, Oregon November 12, 1951 Letterman Club 2,5 Student Council 5 4 Football 2,5,4 Basketball 2,5,4 Baseball 2,5,4 Drama My Cherry Blossom 2 N' Our Town 2, The Singing Ghost Inner Willy 4 g G.A. . 5 4-: s C. 53 . ' z 5 ' z 3 I ' : 4 , 3 O 3 : : . v : : ,4 , 1 3 , ,W , 2 . 3 W ' I: 51 , 3 V f fi.-E , IL.. gi? gi' Ld. : . 3 g 4 xi - . : ' C. C3 2 : 7 , : 5 'lfi : 3 kai I : Mary Merrill 1243 15" KP Zu X' s Born Oxnard, Callfornia December 2, 1950 Transferred Californla 2 G A A ,4 Drama My Cherry Bossom 2 The Singing Ghost 5, Inner Willy 4 Muslc Club 2,5,4 Yell Leader 5,4 Pep Club Bill Heintz Born Kremmling, Colorado November 25, 1952 Letterman Club l,2,5,4, Pres 4, Sarp of Arms 5 Football l,2,5,4 Basketball 5,4 Baseball Gleam Staff 4 Drama My Cherry Blossom 2 Our Town 2, For Pete Sake 5, Battle For Bill 4, Inner Nilly 4 Music Club 4 Seaton pwfkc? ecK5 ack . eTTeY My Y , CQ PCYKIY1-9 G "Oh Paw 5 OP GM an .4 all 0 Cure e rg Z S -Per-50y-1 S ITIISL G rcne Lone ,Y Hear-t5 C I ab o I XM P I 5 Hevir P er Pink 5 Bavv- S Qvern O Gov-3 ou5Tr n A Moy- uary LQYCYBMST G ,-153 Service Chwkeh Eplwng S C0 mg Whafe 'Fees' ATLAS 3 on' Wa' Course o Jenpyls NASH fgziwxpi Agency ' P B 'ash ffiZ'::J'S hiske 7 in inf: J .'S + S' ,' Vx 57 ee K' ,, H 'L T ' ' G' ' S s K P 'rg ' Mafahd rrill -S .A y 1 T 'Ou o 3 e e c ' i' ,- a Q l i . I Yrt ' 0 . You -r 1- I L4-A-K!-,-,-l H 0 ' , D 'ix A 5 tm l . ln SENIOR CLASS WILL Barbara Kopplin, will my job as planist to anyone who will take Patrica Perkins, will my yelling volume at games to Helen Beck who needs it Marv Merri l, will my danclng ability to some good looking freshman. Crystal Canon, will my ability to catch a guy with a b lt1ful n I 'ask to Cori I Robert Epling, will my intelligent ears to my little brother, KaroL John Barr, will my beautiful crew cut to Russell Campbell James Person, will my ability to talk to girls to Keith Holloway William Heintz, will my ability to grow whiskers to Don Spidal Lyle Spink, will the gum under the study hall tables to anyone who doesn't have any Ronald Hoodenpyl, will my brains to anyone who wants them Lincoln Pearson, will my enormous appetite to Cecil Koberstein Robert Beck, Name Lincoln Pearson James Person Pat Perkins Barbara Kopplin Bill.HQlntz Crystal Canon Ronald Hoodenpyl John Barr Mary Merrill Robert Epling Robert Beck Lyle Spink will take my memories of Gaston High with me SENIOR BARONETER Weakness Louise Cows He Men Boys Pat Nashs Crew Cuts Dancing Cars Sports Girls Ambition Baseball Pitcher Manager of Red Sox Dietitian Concert Pianist Farmer Get Married Own a Nash Be a Barber Dancing Teacher Grease-Monkey Coach Go Steady Wind Up Baseball Beaner Water Boy ManufacturerOf Dog Food Organ Grinder Ditch Digger Old Maid Old Model T Sheep Shearer Patent for Bunions Watering Circus Elephants HMarble-Kingn Bachelor I, ' it. I, O I, U I 1.1. . I, - - 1. , . J , , eau I 1 97 he I -cy iiser. In I, v I, , ' I, . ' I, . 0 I, ' I, ' I, z ' Al C f 9:0048 w 'f"1"' il' 1' 'Y' l ,A 'Q If 4' 'w -s , x I F Y .-f If -M , 4 1 if '1 f i L12 X-1 E 4 E l 5 T i ' V A 3 A l 3 r X! af!!! v,,XX V .B " -1 VK 'Y .A-,,..L Il: TI '-'1 Back Row C Agee, M Banbury, G Hoodenpyl, D Qpidal, E Keightley, R Campbell, D Burn, K Holloway, C Koberstein Front Row Mrs Farrahill, D Ellingsworth, L Kiser, M Olson, P Harris, G Lane, L King, D Funkhouser, L Wilcoxin, E Bryant, o Mc Leod, J Keightley, J Hoodenpyl JUNIOR CLASS HISTORY When we, as Freshmen, entered high school in 19 7 there were 21 scared stu dents Some of the nrooksn dreaded ini tiation and others looked forward to it A party was given in honor f the Freshmen by the upper classmen which was enjoyed by ever one During our ophomore year the main event was the Carnival because our prin- cess for the Carnival, Pat Harris, re- cieved the honor of being queen. Now we are Juniors. Just one more year of waiting until graduation which is a happy event for some and an unhappy event for others because they don't like to leave behind the memories of dear old Gaston High. The Juniors elected class officers at the beginning of the year who are as follows: President. ..... .Keith Holloway Vice-Pres ..... Cecil Koberstein Secretary ........ Esther Bryant Treasurer ..... ......Pat Harris Representative..Geraldine Lane 1.41. ..,. 9 T ' Y V -L--1-L -it .,....,. ..l.. H- w -,- Y I 7 ' I E LA l A , "1'-'- .. .........?. ,...?. Q -,......... v ' ' 'F' 1 .Af 1' . Q ,' L 4 : O Q 0 Q e o o ' T o A I o o e - o 0 ' . . 1+ - . - e O g Q 1 Ai' 49 rf af ,Q Q- X if X, yf .K 1 v? x J' 4 , .f-' - 4. 'D A T' II""T' I-1- 'gq J I.- :::Il ..,J '-1 T' 'Nl Back Row D Spink, J Campbell, L Brizendine, D Linck, L Illingsworth, Mrs Bewley Front Row J Eickhoff, D Ayres, L Kiser, C Hudson, L Wells, V Keightley, N Chandler SOPHOMORE NEWS In l9L3 we were the Rocks of the school and our members numbered nine teen at the beginning of the year The most exciting day was initiation, and a swell party was given in our honor in the evening Carole Hudson was our freshmen candidate for carni val queen This year we are the experienced sophomores. Our class members number 13 with three new members, Nellie , Chandler, Velma Keightly, and Linden Illingworth Our candidate, Janette Campbell, came out second in the race for carni- val queen. Our officers for this year are: SOPHOHORE CLASS President- - - Janette Campbell OFFICERS V. Pres. ----- Carole Hudson Sec. Treas.- - - La Betta Wells Student Council- - Lorreta Hart I I I I I I I I I I I I I I , "-"' I I I V I I I I I L I I D In ,L , TIIIIIIIIII,IVIIIIIIIIIIIIIH I I. 1I'lc1III Il. I EL-1 I I -I I In Li, IH, I . 1 f - 5 N 9. ' .1-I-If I ' W' I W ll ll ,5 Q -r X Ij?'L-4- Front Row L Connor, E Heintz, V Keightley, I Weldon, W King, D Barr, C Peck, V Ashwill, M Littlefield, H Beck, S Kurtz, O Chandler, G Brockman, Second Row N Morrison, J Karr, E Ellingsworth, L Kopplin, D Huston, R Connor, L Brown, E McGlone, D Turner, R McLeod, D Agee, G Ing, V Daniel, Third Row R Matteson, K Epling, J Flett, D Richter, D Bryant, R Brooks, D Ackerman, Mr Boak I 63 FRESHMEN CLASS OFFICERS WRESHMEN NEWS The first big event of the year was the initiation Everyone enjoyed him self, fparticularly the upper classmen I At the beginning of the school year, 19 9, the freshmen class numbered 3 Several of our members have left and several others have been added to our class Leo Brown and Melvin Marshall moved away We were sorry to have them leave but were happy to welcome Clara Peck and Marjorie Littlefield The officers of our class are below President H Deloris Barr Vice President Wanda King Sec Treas Shirley Kurtz Student Council Rep George Ing Our Freshmen carnival queen candidate was Vera Keightley Two members of the Freshmen class, Helen Beck and Vera Keightley, are members of the recently organized Pep Club. Deloris Barr and Wanda King, cheer leaders, are honarary members. TF I E I r I 'I' ui 5 I f ' 5 ' 4 gl' ' . M I W '.',7?w-' , , , .. 3 -' '. 4 V4 .A 'E' 'N 'V V 4- QL. .. , 4,3 . I 6 ,vrg u',.W.YAf V ,I jpg B K X Q- '- EW I -,,--" -e . A,5f.5 V553-14?-2: t I I n -e : e o o Q O O I O O l O O I 2 O C 0 Q O O O O Q 0 I O O 2 . . . . O O O Q Q , .- I ' ' A too 5 M- Ll-' 'W' Qi ' Ti s - 21' I' 9 ' Y C I J . nl Q O ll . ll - O 11X?111111I111111 1 ..-..-..--....-..--.--- O.. .- .............. - - .- .... ..... , Q h O RBA r nHe13O i' if Q... Nag num Bus 0 11 1642 Broken Bones F h P C ub Taking a Sun Cath Nr Toner Ian' N G ease -onk es Q Q9 ? 1, are TWO Lovers TIILETIC 1 H 4 1 4 il ' Z ' ' 'nnthall B1 1 il f 4 ,7 T T,fD'f A et vie We FMD B- on we F3Qf--- Lflw j 1 , D all L S. A , pq: - ' 7 ' L , ' . 1 ' L mf, ,J . ,w- , A ... 'J XJ 'fn ' 'Q I E0 L3 C-151 gap V Back Row Mr Boak, L Kopplin, K Epling, D Turner, J Flett N Morrison, G Ing, E Ellingsworth, J Person Middle Row C Kober-stein, D Spidal, R I-'oodenpyl L Spink, K Holloway, L Pearson, B Feintz, E McG1one B Beck Front Row A Olson, G Hoodenpyl, R Epling, J Barr, L Brizendine D Burn, J' Karr, R McLeod ff It 1 'C' , I x + 1 I' : . . . . ' . , . O Q C 0 f a 0 0 A , g A - O D A 0 Q O 0 2 U I U l . n o 0 A 0 .. I l no 6 I am-, I Q Q ' ' at AP MW -1 lxfwi wth 0 , 1 jig To 311, 11 FOOTBALL REPORT The Greyhounds ended their football season with four wins and two losses. However, the two losses they did get were from their arch rivals. In the first game of the season, Yamhill upset the Grey- hounds l3-7. This was the second football team Yamhill has had, the year before the Greyhounds edged the Tigers 20-lk. The other rival to score a knockout against Gaston, was Banks. The Braves had a field day while they marched to a SS-b victory. That happened to be the worst trouncing the Greyhounds have gotten. Speaking of Banks, they took the League District, Quarterfinals, Semifinals championships. When they got to State they were beaten by Union for the WBH school championship. The Greyhounds had a good season despite their many in- juries. Leaving out minor cuts, bruises, and abrasions, the Greyhounds suffered a broken nose to Albert Olson, a broken inger to Gene Hoodenpyl, Cecil Koberstein and Bob Beck each had an ankle broken Forgetting about injuries and defeats we'll tell about one joyful thing that happened The Greyhounds defeated, for the first time in four years of football, the Verboort Flying Dutchmen It was a thrilling game, which many will remember Players Games Spidal Beck Spink Epling Holloway Pearson l9L9 Football Scores Yamhlll Gaston Banks Forest Grove V ooort 'S :L A fssgeml f' T. D. P. A. S. T. P. 6 L, o 1 26 3 2 o 20 2 1 O 13 6 1 1 O Z 6 1 O O 6 O 1 O 1 A ' 13 7 W. S. S. of D. O H 19 A H 6 O ll Vernonia O H 13 er' 12 U l 55 3 5, I 'G .ffs 1 W,m T X 1, g .1 X35 SLIVSUx. xl X Mwkvthnll 1 .. 1 liigi-I-Lwl-r 67 ,if 1 I 'ff P? .J ,ff Back Row R H 1 P 1 L PeaPS0n, B Heintz, Mr Boak Front Row R Epling, C Koberstein, K Holloway, B Beck, fx .4953 xwpl' K-'1- Q is BHCK Row: J. Barr, D. Bryant, E. McG1one, R. McLeod, K. Epling. Front Row: J. Flett, L. Brizendine, E. Keightley, E. Ellingsworth, N. Morrison, Mr. Boak. - , To Indoor I r L ' In o r 1 v ' .. I 4. , A r 'r 4-.-ff, 4 E M 1 :W-1 In -I :ID Vh.jf , H' ' 'f'gig Y qnirol z-unix H Q i, li W V I X 90 '61 fi ' ps :Il,,,' , , 51 ,,w'f' g QT 1 gain 2 ' 1 11 23 , 5 H TU ' K 11111 ' 5 4 ' . .1 X--. : . , Q Lo U u Q Q O D. . in, N xl,. Q ' ,w. Y .. 5 - ?? f 1 ' " ik. LA '4 I 1 1 A 5 n 1 I ' 4 Y nxxbh 1 I if ., xx 'fy' K x L. S Q o 1, ,M Ji l 'Vx f ' ' ' 1 HAH BASKETBALL REPORT Gaston had 18 scheduled games but because of bad weather only 14 were played. Being the only HB5 school in Washington County, the Greyhounds went to the district one playoffs. They played Garibaldi the first night of a double elimination tournament and lost 55-43. The next night the losers were to play. Again the Greyhounds came out on the short end. Sacred Heart of Tillamook beat them 64-55. Lyle Spink took high point honors with 210 points in 16 games. Seven Seniors saw their last year of basketball at Gaston High School. Those earning their letter were: Heintz, Pearson, Spink, Beck, Epling, Hoodenpyl, Koberstein, BQPH, Spidal, and Holloway. Holloway, Burn Koberstein, and Spidal will be the only returning letterman. Free throws PII-HYSP' Games Points Fouls Attempts Made Letters Spink - Holloway 36 Koberstein Beck Pearson Spidal Hoodenpyl Heintz Burn Flett npling Barr Brizendine Keightley 2lO Total 665 258 129 Lost Won Won Lost Won Lost Lost Won Won Won Won Won Lost Won Lost Lost Gaston Gaston Gaston Gaston Gaston Ga ton Gaston Gaston Gaston Gaston Gaston Gaston Gaston Gaston Gaston Gaston 698 George Fox Frosh St Paul Yamhill P8C1flC Frosh Perxydale Amlty Banks Yamhill Jewell Colton Colton Dayton Amity Perrydale Garibaldl Sacred Heart of Tlllamook 508 ji X I X 16 49 82 58 X 16 1 55 51 16 X 15 85 15 56 22 X 15 85 58 25 12 X 16 75 26 25 ll X ll 56 15 25 6 X 14 lO ll 8 2 X lO 5 5 2 1 X 6 4 2 2 0 X 1 4 0 0 0 2 5 5 4 2 1 X 2 2 0 0 0 2 O 0 1 0 .. ...Q 2 l .Q l6 E65 28 . 52 54 . 18 50 27 45 ' . 50 42 ' 20 S 20 ' 22 25 50 64 51 . 59 51 45 54 50 52 41 52 56 45 ' 57 27 45 ' 55 "B" BASKETBALL REPORT The Gaston Pups lost 8 of the ll games played. Somehow the B squad seemed to be on the short end of the close games. Their main trouble was keepinf the lead they got. John Flett, Richard McLeod, Don Bryant, and George Ing were the rooks that played on the pups team. Lloyd Brizendine, Dean Burns, John Barr, and Elvan Keightley gave them the remaining punch. Other players were Russell Campbell, Karol Epling, Emerson Ellingsworth, Neil Morrison and Everett McG1one. Gaston 8 Gaston 22 Gaston Gaston Gaston Gaston Gaston Gaston Gaston Gaston Gaston Total 260 St.Paul Yamhill Perrydale Amity Banks Yamhill Colton Perrydale Colton Amity Dayton ii 'Nm 15 25 277 QNX FN V' X 25 29 21 29 ' 16 28 27 51 27 24 49 - 29 45 20 V16 so 8 19 J?'?'s Ll A Cp Q Eggx 1 ik , sf' Easifix EEE ' - Ks gn sf lj :.-.2 X' Z 5 .: E V 1 - I CBH 5 1: I1 il Il Back row Dean Burn, Albert Olson, Bob Beck, Keith Holloway, Cecil Koberste in, Mr Boak ront POW Chuck Agee, Don Spldal, Lloyd Brizendine, Ronald Hoocenpyl Lyle Spink, Lincoln Pearson, Elvan Keishtley, Bill Heintz BASEBALL REPORT Gaston's diamond hopefuls with bad weather are looking to a very wet baseball season With 22 turning out this sprlnv and 8 returning lettermen, all of them regulars, tqere should be a very good chance of a winning season Lincoln Pearson and Bill Heintz will b the pitch ing staff with any extra's needed Lyle Spink, Cecil Koberste1n,KieH1 Holloway, and Bob Beck will make up the invield The outfielders are Ronald Hoodenpyl, Robert Eolin , Don Spidal and Chu 5 Ages Others turning out are Dean Burn, Albe t Olson, Elvan Keightley, George Ing, Neil horrison, Everett McGlone, Jimmy Karr, Pete Ellingsworth on Huston, Lloyd Brizendine, Donald Rlcater, and Delwin Linck Wx' X ,ZH 'Q ' I 92: fi. 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J' '61 Front Row B Kopplin, Treasurer, J Hoodenpyl, G A A Hepresentative, D Rllingsworth, Annual mditor, G Lane, Junlor Representative, P Harris, Secretary, R Beck, President, G Ing, Freshmen Representative, P Perkins, Gleam Editor, Second Row D Spidal, Business Manager, J Barr, Senior Representative, C Koberstein, Vice President, K Hollowa Music Representative, L Pearson, Lettermen Representative, J Person, Sergeant of Arms, Mr Toner, Advisor fd NI' 'X The Student Council is composed of the officers of the student body and a representative from each class. To have the privelege of being an officer and a member of the stu- dent council you must have a student body card which is a great advantage. The purposes of the student council are: l. It nominates one or two people for an office before the election. 2. It supervises the financial affairs of the student body. . It governs the student body. . It audits the books of the treasurer. +- G 1- 14-1 ewwulf' f- : A db ' 1---.3-LL Q- - 1 -N +,"5"Yl tv.,-i J- Y - 1 5 ds "til gtk . A g, 5 , H Q- Z: Y X 4 4 'sig' .51 -f gs, if: X ' .- 4' 9- - re h ,QV 0 . . Y, SQ? KJ ak 79 'T- Iliff If' fl! ak Eb fri Back Row Mrs Harrahill, Diane Ellingsworth, Laura king, Helen Beck, C8P016 Hudson, Vera Keightley Center Row Pat Harris, Barbara Kopplin, Loretta Kiser, Pat Perkins, Janet Hoodenpyl Front Row Mary Merrill, Wanda Klng, Delores Barr 'F- M PEP CLUB NEMS The Pep Club was organized in November, 1949 for the purpose of promoting sportsmanship, leadership and cooperation among theggirls The thirteen girls who had the most votes were elected into the Pep Club The members are Deloris Barr, Wanda King, and Mary Merrill, who are yell leaders and honorarv members Janet Hoodenp 1 president Laura ding, vice president, Carole Hudson, secretary, Diane Ellingsworth, Loretta Kiser, Pat Perkins, Helen Beck, Vera Keightley, Pat Harris, Barbara Kopplin. The Pep Club had their firstnwrchingseason at the basketball games and tried to promote good sportsmanship and cooperation in the cheering section. I R ' if W , .- C4 " 3 s . 4, a -, ' 5 I I , t, ' A rx Q Q 'CFS K r 1 ,gf 5. ,N , .f M N f , x -, ' if Q mwff' , , 1 ' 4" . , 49 - 2 Qi' Z, 73 U 4 ' is 3 2 Q ' , L o I C U 2 4 0 6 x .V ' o K O V . . I Y - I 1 0 O D 0 c a Q Q Front Row G Lane, E B yant, L Hart, C Hudson, P Harris, P Perkins, D Ellingsworth, L Wells, C Canon, J Hoodenpyl, L Kiser, Second Row G Brockman, D Agee, D Ayres, J Campbell, V Ashwill, L Heintz, V Keightley, I Weldon, M Littlefield W King, S Kurtz, V Daniel, O Chandler, M Merrill, Third Row Mrs Harrahill, M Olson, S Blanchard, L Wilcoxen, Nuenschwander, D Spink, L King, 0 McLeod, N Chandler, Keightley, C Peck, B Kopplin, L Kiser, J Eichkoff, J K9iSht19Ys H Beck, The G A A is composed of all the girls in hlgh school who are requlred to pay a semes ter due of twenty five cents which permits them to vote at elections and be an active The Officers 6 member A girl must eaxn polnts to receive a sweater or an award In order to do this she must participate in sports and 8CtiVit16S outside of school The purpose of the G A A 1S to promote efforts of health, sportsmanship, prysical effi iency, athletic accompllsnments, and love for the out of doors The girls that were have done a good wob f 819 Patricia Perkins, Harrls, Vice-President, Secretaryg LaRetta Wells, elected as offlcers leader nip They President, Patricia Diane Ellingsworth, Treasurer. of the G.A.A. were: Selling hot dogs and pop at home gmea The classes prepared luncheons during the year. A candy sale. Picnic. 'Sponsered a Mother's Tea. Sponsered a formal dance. various activities . ON ... If L L - , ri . , 'V I K :T Q t y -J P J J , rdf J. N ya, pf f,Q:' ' p,f . x 0 MT y y O l . C U e we o 0 0 g Re O O C O V. 0 O C I -U4 A A ' - 'V T1 . "l.,' . P, I iN Nl 5 - :A 4' ' ' . e '- f 0 ' s' . K . 1 V y 2 G A A 5 u 4 A M 5 , THE LETTERMAN CLUB N1 great Row J Barr, L Spink, K Holloway, R Beck, D Spidal, urn Second Row R Epling, L Brizendine, R Hoodenpyl, L Pearson, G Hoodenpyl, A Olson, C Koberstein, W Heintz, Mr Boak, LETTERMAN CLUB NEWS The Letterman Club has neld a number oi meetings this year Coach Robert Boak is the Letterman Club advisor Officers elected for the year were President, Bill Heintz, Vice President, Ronald Hoodenpyl, Secretary Treasurer, Cecil Koberstein, Student Body Representative, Lincoln Pearson, Sergeant at arms, Bob Beck New membels entering the club are Football Lawrence KOPP15-11, Everett Mcglone, Albert Olson Dean Burn, Keith Hol oway 14723 , ie f LETT CLUB CERS l- - l'd ,df'iAV1A!P'A''!dA,"'1"'Yt"" T- I Q1l1j1,tfI!Ttli x71Q11,li1I1:1ll: -1, ii fi ix lfgvi If X1 Q1 I1 Q1 il lm In tx 11 K , L .1 A ,z lilwlciyi ylhzvitxfvlll-,111 IE x Y' fdx " Af .O :X it LAI 1 Az 1 I IJ I -- e- P 1 not ,I rt 1 ., Y' 11,j,c It We lx! ty iii "- 'A' fe - Z4 l - - A Y ,- .. 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VA O za?-" O V , fgfvam iaff dj' 'LCEF 'IV Back Row E Bryant, D Funkhouser, C Koberstein, R Beck, D Qpidal, K Polloway, R Hoodenpyl, E McGlone, G Ing D Ellingsworth G Lane Front Row J Eickhoff, C Canon, P Harris, D Spink, S Blanchard, P Perkins, O McLeod, L King, D Barr, Mrs Harrahill Q,zQ2,aa.iW We have a group of faithful students working on our Gleam staff this year They are as follows Editor Pat Perkins Ass Editor Laura King Business Managers George Ing Don Spidal Circulation Manager J Eickhoff News Editor Crystal Canon Sports Reporters Bob Beck Cecil Koberstein Reporters Delorls Barr Pat Harris Diane Ellingsworth Deloris 5p1nk Barbara Kopplin Esther Bryant Don Spidal Printers Ronald Hoodenpyl Printers Devil Everett McGlone Feature Writers Gerry Lane Keith Holloway Typists -------------- Typing II Class Proof Readers ------------- Pat Harris Dorys Funkhouser Advisor --------------- Mrs. Harrahill Each student with a student body ticket is allowed to get the Gleam free. Those who do not have a student body ticket pay lOd. eau --v1,A 3 Ei rkJ ii, rum L,. Aa ,y P , I . A ,J " f los? ' fri-- i i I -4 -4-Q -B - P v, -Q , -- 3 Lt'-A' "Q 3 - . 1 . . N- -tj' - Y ,-Q E,- g , A , ,.., - 'r ' 'ia ' 1 . - 5 Q 5 .. A: -. 0 -- - , " d . 'y ' v Y' 7 ' ., -1 ' . 5 1? I W 1 T' 4 ' I I I cial! ' - J I be .3 ' , ,P n - 2' .- Q . . Y ,. g v N w ' . X: V Y g. W . al ' . L '- ' ,. ,it rs, W E121 ,f ,wi ' , f.,a,,..,',1g.-,,,. ' :QT . ' VK., R, Aw.Q"'Zi K .ir A hw 2 0 0 ' ' Q , o v 0 - ' ' ' ' rd F Q Q o 0 C O O Q O O C Q I A . O C l ' ------------------- O .... ----------- --------- ------ 0 ------------ 'D -------- .... --- --- 1 ---- iiiiiiiii K ------------ ------- ----------- annul Back Row Mrs Harrahill, K Holloway, R Beck, D Spidal, G Ing, C Koberstein, J Keightley Front Row P Harris, P Perkins, V Ashwill, C C Canon, D Ellingsworth, L King, B Kopplin, S Blanchard, 0 McLeod The 1950 publication of the Gaston Hi Lites is the The annual staff is as follows Editor As Editor Typists Senior Reporters Junior Reporter Sophomore Reporter Freshman Reporter Sports Reporter Letterman Reporter Glee Club Reporter Gleam Reporter Annual Staff Reporter Adds Proof Readers Advisor Publishing Company inf R Hoodenpyl, Peck, S Kurtz, J Eickhoff, twelfth edition Diane Ellingsworth Don Spidal Typing II Class Pat Perkins Crystal Canon Pat Harris Jeanette Eickhoff Shirley Kurtz Bob Beck Ronald Hoodenpyl De lor i s Barr Clara Peck Jeanne Keightley Cecll Koberstein Keith Holloway George Ing Pat Harris Viola Ashwill Mrs Harrahill Year Book House 1 'fn-" , it T .A , V E O G. 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Reporter ------------------------------------------- Clara Peck GLEE CLUB fx MIQQQQQQ Back Row D Barr, D Ayres, M Olson, W King, I Weldon, O Chandler L Hart, L Klser, E Heintz, M Littlefield, L Wells, P Harris, J Campbell 3rd Row D Spink, H Beck, V Keightley, J Eickhoff, G Brockman, V Ashwill, P Perkins, C Hudson, L Kiser, G Lane, E Bryant B Kopplin, Mrs O Bewley 2nd Row Mr Ganaway, O Mc Leod, L King, D Linck, L Brizendine, E Keightley, L Spink, D Spidal, R Beck, K Holloway, B Heintz, D Ellingsworth, J Keightley, C Canon Front Row M Merrill, J Hoodenpyl, C Koberstein, A Connor, E Ellingsworth, A Olson, C Agee, R Epling, R Mc Leod, J Barr, D Burn, N Morrison, D Richter, D Agee, V Keightley GLBE CLUB Nl The Glee Club of about 65 students are prep ing a concert to oe given about tne flrst part of May Thls wlll be the first such concert ever given by the students of our school A new member f Glee is a practice teacher, Mr Gannaway, who is a Senior at Pacific University Mr Gannaway is unoer the supervislon of Mrs Bewley, and will be with us the full term A few selections for the concert were Dry Bonesn by the Boys Glee nPrayer Perfectn 'When You Look In The Heart Of A Rose , nAren't You Glad Your You , and 'Sympatnyn by the Girls Glee. The Mlxed Glee sang, nStars of the Summer Nightur nTne Night Is Youngn, nwere You Tneren, ndoly, Holy, Holy,' and 'Steal Awayn. Directly followlng the concert on the ll, 12, and lbtn of May, Mrs. Bewley sent some of the students, both from Glee and Band to the Muslc In May Festival in Forest Grove, sponsered Dy tne Pacific Universlty under the dlrectlon of Waldemar Hollenstead, who also dlrects tne Forest Grove Gleemen. W I 5 . - A .V v .A Q ' , m LY- : h V ' . 1 n as - , fr U SH My A Q xx 5 Q. ' . 1. 1 4 s , V ti" x "P h 'V I 5 lv Y, gf 5 'l 3' - f- if z . ex, ., T . , ,A ka 4 x W- all f 7. , , O , n o o o o o A . o o s o 0 o , o u o : 0 0 0 0 o Q ' 0 0 0 Q o , o . o o o : I . I O O Q 0 I O O . o o o Q : 0 0 0 o O Q C O O . . l I C Q O ' 1 l',""1:S RT' 1 1 . I ' . - . C 1 n - 0 0 '1 I O my U 0 , n l U ' 9 N ll " BATTLE FUR BILL 'll' Back Row , Director, Keith Hol oway, onnor, Bob neck Mr Collins, Bill Heintz, George Waller, Dean Burn, Hank Stevens, Front Row Diane Ellinssworth, Muriel Atlee, Lorna Mae Kiser, Mrs Collins, Pat Harris, Kathy Collins, Esther Bryant, Dlane, Geraldine Lane, Kay Masters, Not Pictured Dorys Funkhouser, Elsle Colllns ff X X I ME X FOR I BXUJ The Juniors presented a class play named HBattle For B for the purpose of raising money for the Junior Senior banquet and to help students to become more sure of themselves before an audience The story of the play Elsie Collins was a shy, backward girl who moved to a new town, Galnesburg, and confessed to her young, busybody sister, Kathy that she was glad to leave because she was so unpopular Kathy started thinking about Elsie's confession so when some high school students came to visit, Kathy changed Elsie's name to Eloise and told them that she was the most glamorous girl in their old home town, Cooperton. When all of the Collins' family heard about the story the whole house was in an uproar. All during the play Elsie had to pretend that she was the glamorous Eloise. Everything worked out fine until Muriel Atlee exposed Elsie, but Kathy had another idea and cc 'I 1 2 7 -luqsz 1-fi! ,,,, 'L I S2 W x 'V K VNW44 N W F V ef.,-1. fx Q I ', U A 95 frm go ' o , I ' ' eggs W K uith the help of the shy boy next door, Elsie learned a lot about life. "INNER WI LLEY" First Row J Hoodenpyl, Aunt Hester, S Blanchard, Trudy Marshall, J Keightley, Janet Marshall, J Campbell, Marybelle Turner, C Canon, Aunt Olga, M Merrill, Aunt Louise, B Kopplin, Carol Martin Back Row L Pearson, Mike, A Olson, Stanley Clark, B Heintz, Inner Willy, L Spink, Willoughby Adams, Mr Canaday, Director ,HAM X sed' W 07 vate vfpg ""fI'T ougnby Adams is a well behaved, likeable boy, of 17 Aunt Hester, aged 65, wants Willoughby to go to Princeton Aunt Louise, aged 61, wants him to go to Harvard Aunt Olga, aged 59, wants him to go to a Music Conservatory, Inner Willy is Willoughby's "inner self" and is visible only Willoughb "Inner Ugly" is a story about Willoughby Adams and his three maiden aunts who have given his a beautlful and sheltered life Each wants him to co something different but Willoughby being so well behaved won't tell them the way he fells Inner Willy keeps trying to get Nilloughby to do as he pleases and flnally with de- termination he tells his aunts what he really wants to do This is a three act comedy which includes ots of laughs and te ls hov Willoughby gets out of his "scrape ' with the help of hid "Inner Willyn if A 4 X :EA v I , Q 5 X "' A A : - A , I ' I wi r A . 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