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He the Annual Staff of 1952, dedicate this annual to ihe Gatos
High School Alumni in memony of the things they heme done for
Gates High School. Hay future graduates be as interested in
school activities as present alwnni.
Ccmpliments of I-LXR DIIAN CILFL, I-fill City, and STKIART3 GIOCZYTX,
' Don 1-I. miey, Superintendent
B.A. Jamestown College, Jamesi-own, N.D. I
Graduate Work at Uillamette University -' '
Business Law, Typing, Biology.
Beth McMullen H9143 pd L, Megmg
B.,k. EL Greduahe Zfork at B, A, Linfield College
Willamette University, 12.11. University or Utah
HILSJCOIZT, Social St'L1di6S, Scigncg, I-Iathgqaticg,
Physical Education. Physical Education,
B..1. E-Iillzmette Univer-
sity, Graduate Tfork at
English , 7th 8: Sth
Science , Librarian .
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Annual Staff 3,15 Uksst. Directorl
of Our Hearts were Young and Gay 33
The Curious Savage lp Class Sec. 1,3
G.A.A. 3,135 fPres. A53 Volleyball 3,
14,3 Pep Club L3 Drama Club 3,L+3 fSec.
Christmas Play ls Basketball 1,2,3,lq,3
Tumbling Team 2,33 Our Hearts Were
Young and Gay 33 The Curious Savage
133 Baseball 3,143 Sgt, of Arms, Stu-
dent Body 33 Vice Pres. of Student
Body 33 Annual Staff 3,133 fEditor M3
Lettermen's Club 3,l+,
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Basketball 2,35 Baseball 33 Paper
Staff 33 Lette1men's Club 3313,
Cheerleader 1,45 Sec. of Student Bod
35 Vice Pres, of Student Body L5 Seo.
of Class 25 Variety Show 15 Henpecked
Henry 25 The Invalid 35 Our Hearts
were Young and Gay 35 The Curious
Savage A5 Volleyball l,2,3,L5 G,A.A.
l,2,3,l+5 Annual Staff 1,253,145 fAsst,
Editor LQ Paper Staff 152,35 Pep Club
A5 Sec. iE3G.A,A, 35 Paper Editor 3.
Basketball 2,3,h5 Baseball 3,L5 Let-
tennen's Club 3,L5 Our Hearts Were
Young and Gay 35 The Curious Savage
A5 Drama Club 35155. Wise Pres. 373
Pep Club Pres. Lg Annual 3,15 fCo-Ed-
f Mar-lm Cole
Basketball 2,3,h5 Baseball 3,h5 Let-
tenmen's Club 3,h5 Variety Show 15
Henpecked Henry 25 The Invalid 35 Our
Hearts Were Young and Gay 35 The Cur-
ious Savage A5 Annual Staff l,2,3,L5
Paper Staff 152,35 Vice Pres. of
Class 15 Sgt. of Anus of Class 2,h5
Student Body Vice Pres. 35 Student
Body Pres. A.
Carolyn Bre Cha
Cheerleader 15 Sgt. of Arms of S.
Body 35 Sec. of Class 35 Variety Show
15 Henpecked Henry 25 The Invalid 35
Our Hearts Were Young and Gay 35 The
Curious Savage L45 Volleyball l,2,3,L,,5
G.A.A. l,2,3 1,5 Annual Staff 1,253,155
fCo-Editor 35 Paper Staff l,2,35 Pep
Club L5 Drama Club 3.
Transfer fran Hughton, Calif. 2.
Drama Club 35 Class Pres. A5 Stage
Manager of The Invalidg Lettermervs
Club 3,l+5 Our Hearts Were Young and
Gay 35 Basketball 3,155 Baseball 3,155
Paper Staff 35 Tumbling Club 2.
The Invalid 35 Our Hearts Were Young
and Gay 35 Baseball 3,h5 Vice Pres.
of Class A5 Lettennen's Club 3,l+5 The
Qlrious Savage A.
The senior class entered their freskman year fourteen strong. They
were: Lorena Demlne, Carolyn BrejCha, Gloria Athey, Ruby Mills, Joanne
Lake, Art Lake, Jack Oliver, Wilmer Crites, Milton Knapp, Earle I-Ienness,
and Marlin Cole. All of us have participated in most of the school activi-
ties. Lorena' Devine and Carolyn BrejCha were chosen yell leaders during
our freshman year.
Our sophcmore year found us deeper in the web of high school activi-
ties. I-Ie lost two of our students, Milton Knapp and Rxby Mills, but we
regained our number with Cleta Masoner and Richard Mitchell. Bob Lee ern-
tered the class in April, 1950.
Wilmer Crites, Earle Henness, Richard Mitchell, Jack Oliver, Bob Van
Eaton, and Marlin Cole made the basketball team of 'L9 and '50, Lorena
Devine, Carolyn BrejCha, Cleta Masoner, and Marlin Cole participated :Ln the
high school play, "Henpecked Henry."
'I'he start of the Junior year found us with Lorena, Carolyn, Jack, Wil-
mer, Bob, Earle, Ed, Marlin, and one newcaner, Maxine Schoeder. Five of
the Junior boys made the basketball team. They were: Bob, Wimp, Earle,
Jack, and Marlin. All five of the boys plus Edward made the baseball team.
Each one of the girls was active in the Girls Athletic Association. Lorena
was elected secretary. The Junior-Senior play, "Our Hearts Were Young and
Gay," included all of the juniors. This year we inaugurated the Senior
Banquet and Pran. We all worked hard and with the help of Mrs, Wood and
our mothers it was a success,
We started our last and final year at good old Gates with about the
same crop of kids as last year, Carolyn left us at the beginning of the
year and moved to Taft where she went to school during the .first semester.
The second senester she returned and finished school with us. Marlin Cole,
Lorena Devine, and Wilmer Crites were elected, President, Vice President,
and Sergeant at Arms of our Student Body this year.
This ends the class history but our memories will linger.
Yours Truly the Class of '52
By Marlin Cole
CL-XSS FLOWER: Red Rose,
Valedictorian Lorena Devine.
CLASS MOTIO: Tnlth NGVBI' Grows Olde Maud-ne Schoeder.
CLASS COIDRS: Blue and Gold.
Sponsored by A.W. Tanan, Hill Top Market and Kleiwer Clxality Meats, Mill City.
Judi an jdfamenf
We, the class of Nineteen Hundred and Fifty-two of Gates High School, being
in our right minds Csuch as they arel, and as we depart down the road of toil
trying to find the stair steps to fame, we want to leave sane of our priceless
possessions and positions, which we accumulated during our tem at Gates High
Section I To the faculty we leave our dainty appetites, and the book writ-
ten by the senior class entitled "How Not to Give Tough Assignments."
Section II To our Ehglish teacher, Mrs. Wood, who by the way, is the eaSiSSt
person we know to talk into playing "Charades" during E1181iS1'1.019-:Bn W'
leave the book "How to Keep A Straight Face When T1ZYil'18 to B9 Strict'
section III 'ro our Principal non mley, we leave squealsr shoes so time in
his classes will have time to ditch the answer books before he gets there.
Section IV To Mrs. McMullen we leave the book "How to Outsmart Your Lawyer
Husband." We also want to leave a good mechanic to ride around with her
while she's driving a Chevrolet car.
Section V To our teacher and coach, Mr. Means, we leave five, seven foot
boys and plenty of subs so he can win state championship in basketball next
year. We also want to leave him a heavier car so the boys ca.n't put it on
the dI'inlCl.nE fountain again.
Section I To the Juniors, we leave our ability to earn money the easy way.
To them we also leave the book "How to Break Out of San Q1entin."
Section II To the Sophcmores we leave the back seats on the school busses,
with the intention that they will use than as we did. CP.S. Don't forget
the Freshnen have bib eyes and mouths.J
Section III To the Freshnen we leave our bottle of tonic which improves your
physioue and looks.
Section IV To the Junior High students we leave a box of licorice cigars.
Article III The Seniors leave to anyone who may wish to look at than our Sen-
ior Class pictures, which may be found in the "Hall of Fame" on the wall.
Article IV Individual.l.y we leave the following:
I, Earle Henness, H to Jerry my one extra large girdle.
I, Bob Lee, will to Mervin Haun one old dirty scratchy com cob.
I, Wimp Crites, leave my screw ball to Herbert Rcmey.
I, Ed Rcmey, leave the Student Body a stack of bananas.
I, Carolyn Bre,'jCha, wiJ.l to Leslie my ability to get twos when I deserve
ones, and to Betty, my volleyball ability.
I, Mascine Schoeder, will my flirting way to Joan R., and my well-groaned
hair to Herb.
I, Marlin Cole, will my toni hair-do and my right handed hook shots to
I, Lorena Devine , will my yell leading position to next year's yell lead-
er, and my ability to get on the honor roll each 6 weeks to Betty T.
In witness hereof, we, subscribe our names and affix our seals to this, our
last will and testament. Dated on this twenty second day of May, 1952.
Seal fone Kiss,
Knee CBP Marlin Cole.
Ccmpliments of ALBUS DHJG STORE, Stayton
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Feb. 29, 2002
The Pill Age
Dear Gates High School:
'1'he senior class of 1952 said they would keep you informed on what
each one was doing in the next half century. I was given the task of
finding each one and writing a brief story on his activities. When I took
off in my new super sonic sable jet Buick, I didn't know how or where to
find any of my old clasanates. I was just cruising along at a hundred and
ten when all of a sudden something went past me like a feather in a cy-
clone. I wasnft going to let anyone pass me like that, so I took chase.
When I finally caught up, he was parked and had been sitting there for ten
minutes. To HW surprise it was Ed Haney. He told me he is now producing
his own jet hot rods and playing first base for the Yankees. He told me
to go to spring training camp and I would find another one of my class-
When I pulled into the training grounds all I could see was a group
of girls around a player. When Bob Lee saw me he almost dropped the girl
he had on his lap. He said he took the place of Scooter Rizzuto, and they
called him Shuffle-along Lee. I bid him farewell and started off again.
I stopped at a hot dog stand to get a bite to eat and rest a little.
The fellow frying the hot dogs 'looked a little familiar. He was short and
had a cast on his right leg. When he turned around I saw it was Jack
Oliver. Jack tol.d me he had sold enough hot dogs to pay his way to Arabia
where he had invested in a harem.
As I started on, the radio gave this flash, Wilmer Crites the great-
est fishennan of the half century has hooked on to one of the biggest fish
in history. He has been struggling with it for five days and nights and
has been in three different oceans. At last report he was going through
the Panama Canal.
As I stopped for a stop sign I saw a sign saying "Earle Henness, King
of Hams" fradio that isj. I stopped to talk and found him happily work-
:Lng on his sets. He has been married for four years a.nd has six kids
ftwe were twinsl. He said he had bought Esquire and is now its publish-
As I started on I picked up a paper and I read in big headlines,
"Ma.:d.ne Schoeder, the Socialite of the Milky Way, has just snagged her
sixth husband in eight tries." She also has a thriving business called
"Men Cane Easy." I-Ier slogan is "If you want a man quick, ccme and see
I only had two more clasanates to find so I started to settle back
for another cruise when I heard clipity-clop, clipity-clop and looked out
my window. There was no other than Carolyn BrejCha on a big blue horse.
We talked for awhile and she said she had married Skipalong Sanore the oil
tycoon. She has a big horse ranch :Ln Kentuclq and a. Kentuclqf Derby winna'
called "Slow Poke."
I had only one more clasmc te to find, so I drifted into Hollywood.
The first person I saw was Lorena Dewnine. She said she had just been
chosen "Miss Dimples of 2002," She also is starred in Warner Sisters pro-
duction "Broken Sparrom-r" with Clark Stable, She asked me to stay for din-
ner but as I remembered her cooking, I thought it was about time I was
As you probably know I was voted "The Best Dressed Pest" by the Girls
Association. I've also been shox-cI.ng3 the boys in the bom world a few
things, but as I always said, "I'm not a fighter, I'm a Lover," I'm still
trying to persuade Lorena to marry me but as you see I'm still a bachelor.
I guess I'm good 'for another fifty years.
.Tncm Rv: '1
The Junior class started the
year with five students, They were
Joan Ityal, Betty Tucker, Dean Mer-
shon, Donald Bates, and Leslie
Beamish. Dean left in November and
is now in Nebraska.
Joan Eval was elected one of the
Cheerleaders for the boys basket-
ball teams. She belonged to the
G.A.A. and was Class Secretary and
Betty Tucker belonged to the Pep
Club, was a menber of the G-.!a.A,,
and z-rrgns Vice President of the Jun-
Donald Bates was a. member of the
basketball team. He was also Pres-
ident of our class as well as Class
Repre sen tative .
Leslie Beamish was a 'member of
the Pep Club and Sergeant-at-Amsof
Our biggest nroblen this year
has been raising sufficient funds
for the Junior-Senior Pran. Ue
were all kept busy selling hot-
dogs, pop, candy, and gum at
our hcme basketball games. Tie will
receive money fran the Junior-
Canpliments of clxnsfs fzlcurrsrn
srmcm, MILL crrz, and BAKER'S
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SEATED: Elda Webster, Verna Schnetzlqy, Cherie Edison.
S'IY,,'JXIDIIwIG: I-Irs. I-Id-Iullen, Jerzy Larson, Jim Halton, Isfervin
Haun, Herbert Haney.
SOTHOEICRII ACTDII T125
The school year of '51-'52 found the Sophomores com-
ing to school nine strong. There were four girls: Verna
Schnetzlqf, Cherie Edison, Ella I-Iae Drew, and Elda Zfebster.
The five boys were: Jim Zialton, Bobby Drew, Herbert Rcmey,
Mervin Haun, and Jerzy Larson. Bobby and Ella Mae left at
the end of the first semester.
The Freshman initiation was one of the main events of
the year. Sophs were straining their brajrzs with plans to
torture the titruders. After the initiation the Freshmen
were given a party. Everyone had fun except the Freshmen
who, alas and alack, had cleazzuxz duties.
The class officers were: President, Merving Vice
President Verna, Secretary, Eldag Sergeant-at-ams, Jim,
and Reporter, Jerry.
Compliments of I-fill City Pharmacy, and Kelly Lumber Sales,
Retail, Mill city.
STATD: Bevcrlj' Alexander, Juanita Thomas, Darlene Cole, JoAnn Wood, Patty
steve rt ,
STMIDIIIG: Ilrs. I-lcllullen, Floyd Losch, Allan Vail, Elmer Bilyeu, Gordon Devine
Qkidie Butler, John Barnhardt, Danny Evans.
FPS SIE EJ AC TIVITIES
The freshszen were really shaking in their boots October ll, the day be-
fore initizztioea, a day dreaded as much as Sadie Hawkins Day, the day the
Sovwhs would get their long-waited-for revenge against the underdog. Most of
us took it like good sgvorts, 'out down deep inside us burns a revenge that
1-:on't Jo out ugztil re ourselves have initiated a group. The people who were
officially initiated are: Darlene Cole, Juanita 'Ihomas, Louise Drew, Patty
itexrart, :Dose Mason, Verna Yann, Elmer Bilyeu, Gordon Devine, John Barnhardt,
Allan Vail, Eddie Ddtler, Danny Evans, and Philip Hayward,
Rose Ilason moved to Salem in the latter pa t of Novanber and in early
December Louise Drew moved to Independence, and at the same time Verna Yawn
moved to Fresno, California.
Class officers elected early in the year were: John Barnhardt, Pres-
ident, JoAnn ifood, Vice President, Allan Vail, Secretary, Patty Stewart,
class representative, Danny Evans, Sergeant-at-arms.
Gordon Devine, John Barnhwrdt, Allan Vail, Eddie Butler, and Danny Evans
were all active members of Gates Hi Jay Vees. Gordon, John, and Allan had a
little activity on the Varsity squad. Qiite a few of the boys plan on play-
ing basebzll 'his year.
Patty, JoAnn, and Juanita played on the Gates Hi Volleyball team.
Compliments of GATES GEIHLRAL STORE,
JU ICR HIGH
Roberta Loucks, Shirley Moore, Viva Loc, Shirley
Lawson, Virginia Bilreu, Lois Evans.
STANDING: Paul Theiman, David Vail, David lfalton, Mrs. Wood,
Charles Kuhlman, David Moore, Royal Schaer.
Seventh and Eighth Grade Activities
We the seventh and eight grades, with the help of Mrs.
Ifiod, elected our class officers who were: President, David
Moore 5 Secretartf-Tz'easurer, Shirley LH3'J'SOI'lj and Ser,fqea.nt-at-
anus, Raymond Beamish.
The girls played, in a volleyball league but did not win
any games, The boys played bsfiizetball and von two ei' their
l6f3.kff'1.i2 Qjzwrmez. 11 ded "ell lead, :ff 0111 ,z Fx: ,',v7.-fe. LTL-3
fell le'-,fifws ar l,'i'.21,'t1Q',3 Tf:'i.j'v'L, ',o'm:"1.1z Loucks, .and Viva
Lee. The girls ChO7f61'l fuonhg le: Yer.: are 12hirle" mon and
Shirley Ifoore .
Compliments of SILVER SADDLE SERVICE STATION , Mill City and
JENKDJS HARDTIAH, Mill City.
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FIFST ROYJ: Mrs. McMullen, Betty Tucker, Joan Ryal, IIa.x:Lie Schoedcr,
SECOND ROY: Berverlqy' Alaxander, Cherie Tkiison, Juanita Thomas, Verna
THIRD RDII: Lorena Devine, Carloyn Br'ejCha, JoAnn Wood, Patty Jstewfwrt,
Canpljments of GATVIS, 1OfT OFTICE, and 'HFC MJxPLfI5 CAFE, Gates
FIRST TDTT: Shirley Lat-fson, Betty TL1c1:er, Poberta Loucks, Elda T-Iebster
Lorena Devine, Joan Ryal, Virginia Bilyeu, Patty Stewart,
SID-JOIID HOPE: Shirley Moore, Lois Evans, Cherie Edison, Carloyn BrejCha,
Maxine Schoeder, Donalee Oljxfer, Juanita Thomas, JoAnn
Wood, Berverlif Alaxander, Billie Metsgar.
THIRD ROV: Henry Higgins, Danny Evans, Eddie Butler, Rob Le , Ilarl
Cole, Ylflf'-ll? 111121 Asc, L- ,fin Beamish, Philip Hayward, Jerry
Larson, Charles Kuhlman, Royal Schaer, Otis Chance.
The Pep Club organized for the first time this year, was
open to all Student Body members. Officers elected '.-:ere :
President, Earle Hennessg Vice President, I-iervin Haung Secre-
tary, Betty Tucker, Sergeant-at-arms, Marlin Cole.
Compliments of IIJQSSLERU GLOCBFI Cie give S 5: H Green Stamps,D
Islill city, and FAUST AND Ross, Red and i-mine, Min city-.
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SECOND FD!-I: Danny Evans, Jerry Larson, Herbert Raney, John Barnhardt.
The Gates Pirates entered the Marion County "B" League Baseball
Circuit for the first time in the season of "Sl", Although the Pirates
standing was low in the league, they gained much experience.
The Pirates League record consisted of two league victories,
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son vdth eleven to eight as the score.
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which was accounted for by the Pirates boaning bats, and Marlin Coles
scorching fast ball which practically dazed the Detroit Cougars.
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shooting than off of the mound. Conductor Carey flagged at first, and
Jack Oliver and Jerry Larson held down second. Bob Lee patrolled
third, while Athol Cline roamed between second and third in a short-
stop position. Marvin Haun watched the girls from right field and Ed
Rcmey and Albert Ziebert fought over the left field position. Last
but not least is Wilmer "Hawk Eye" Crites who patrolled the center
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