Glendale High School - Pirate Log Yearbook (Glendale, OR)

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', emi .- ' . , " lv 1 "W ' www ,Y ,.-"':'?w4' ,gg ,I mm , . 'LQ . , 4, , - 9 " 1 1 27- 2 ' x' ,V ,Ci ll WU j6'g,pQ:5jN?fLf M ' 35' A' A ? p glil new , , ., - l-4iw'pWf"' I . , f5",,hf,f 'E' A ifixyl' .iff fl , ., X Q N 'uni N-"" HEAV "'-vw, Gunn ,MH M0110 Charlotte Redfield served as Treasurer Jean Fachet, Secretary Jess Munyon, Sergeant at Arms, Wes Young, Vlce President, and Bill Mullarkey as senior Class President LLOYD CLARK He went away with a flea 1 ear Varslty Football 2,3 JV 2 Track 3 Band 1 2,3 4 JV Basketball 1 Freshman Baske tball 1 School's out! School's out! No more school, no more books,no more teacher's dirty looks! For some of the class of 1958, their reading, writing and 'rith - metic have ceasedg others will continue their strive for knowledge in this wide, wide world. This year's seniors have participated in the student government and have added enthusiasm to school ac - tivities. Sponsoring the annual Amateur Hour was the senior's most important activity of the year. There was an abundance of entertainment which provided the responsive audiencemith a full evening of enjoy' nent Graduation day comes much too soon to the grad uate Remrnrscing brings tears and happy memories of our past twelve years of activities and hard work With diploma in hand we are ready to begin a new era of our life LENORE SMITH RONALD NACE days I am the darling that mashed il-i Romeo GAA l,2,3,4, Pep Club 1,2 Jr Class Play Paper Staff 3 Mlxed Chorus 4 6 For you and I are past our dancing Band 1 2,3 4 Mixed Chonrs 3 4 'N-15 BEVERLY COX "I do not want to be a fly!" Pep Club l,2,3,45 Secretary5 Treasurer5 Presi- dent5CAA l,2,3,45 Tournament Manager5 Vice President5 Secretary of Sophomore and Junior Classes5 Co-editor of School Paper 35 Jr. Class Play5 Girls' Chorus5 Music 15 Student Body5 Secretary 45 Cheerleader 4. JESSIE MUNYON "I's wicked--I is. I's mighty wicked, anyhow I can't help it." Football l,2,3,45 Basketball 15253545 Track l,2, 35 Band 35 Wrestling 1,25 Baseball l,2,3,45 Mixed Chorus 45 School Paper5 Student Coun- cil 2,35 Freshman Class Vice President, Sophomore Class President5 Sergeant of Arms, Senior Class5 Jr. Class Play. DORSEY GREENE "Circumstances over which I have no control." Band 45 Mixed Chorus 4. i V I 'CT' LINDA HUMPHREY S "I am a mouse, stir- ring." GAA 15253545 Pep Club CHARLOTTE REDFIELD "What will Mr. Yoder say? What will Mr. Yoder think?" Band lg CAA l,2,3,45 Pep Club 2,3545 Senior Class Treasurer5 Jr. Class Play5 Tournament Manager of GAA 35 Sec. Treasurer of Pep ' Club 45 President of Pep Club 35 Flag Twirler 3,45 Annual Staff 1,35 Paper Staff 3, Music l. 1,2545 Jr. Class Play5 Student Body Repre- sentative for Pep Club. KEN CLARK H "In the brave days when I was twenty-one. X Football 35 Band 25 Mixed Chorus 3. 271 ?fmJ to-wud! PAULETTE CARR "I smell a rat." Secretary of Freshman Classg Sec. Treasurer of GAA 35 GAA 2,33 Flag Tx-.irler 3,43 Pep Club 15 Jr. Class Play. TROY REYNOLDS "How pleasant is Saturday night, when l've tried all the week to be good." Band lg Lettermans Club l,2,3,-45 Secretary 45 Baseball l,2,3,45 Football l,2,3,-45 Basketball 33 Track 39 Freshman Class Presidentg Sophomore Treasurerg Junior Vice President of Student Bodyg Senior President of Student Bodyg Boys' State Senator. ROSE MARY WOOD "Men should be what they seem." GAA l,2,3,-15 Pep Club 2.3,-15 Mixed Chorus 3: Football Homecoming Queen 25 Cheerleader 2, 35 Cheer Queen 43 CAA President -15 Umpqua Valley League Secretary 4gBand l,2,35 Co- Business Manager of Annual -19 Paper Staff 3,45 Jr. Class Play. is 'B' XMB 'bu- JF, -.N F,XC.Hl:T "l am just going to leap into the dark." GAA l,2,3,-1, Pep Club l,Z,-15 Jr. Class Play. Secretary uf Senior Class. Treasurer of Student Body -1. Ctr-t-dirtir tit' School Paper 3g Music 1. CS Ne' 4 , , . ., ,hh X , 3 gg V JIM FOSTER "How easily murder is discovered' Mixed Chorus 4. DAVID KILMER "I have not so much brain as ear-wax." Jr. Class Playg Letter- ketball Mgr. lg Baseball 21 Wrestling 4. X mans' Club l,2,3,45 Bas- MARY WEEKS "The kiss you take is better than you give." Paper Staff 3. WES YOUNG "Shoot, if you must, this old grey head." Lettermans' Club l,2,3,45 Football l,2,3,45 Baseball l,2,3,4, Track 1,33 Basketball 2,3,-4, dent of Senior Class. BEVERLY STRAND "An appetite, a feeling and a love." GAA l,2,3,4, Mixed Chorus 45 Jr. Class Play, School Paper 4. 1 fff. .Q Jlitff I hags! 60 13 SALLY JOHNS Social Chairman of Student Body 3, Vice Presi- lv ' BOB BROWN "How now, you secret, black, and midnight ll Mixed Chorus 4, Wrestling 2,4. LEE ROY MOSCHKAU "Look for me in the nurseries of Heaven." Football 3,45 Baseball 3,45 Band l,2,33 Jr. Class Play 3. "How well I feathered my nest." GAA l,2,3, Pep Club 1,25 Jr. Class Play, Girls' Glee Club lg Mixed Chorus l. f77,wa.x E' Ld z,u'QL lviERRY FOX "Oh, to be in England." Band l,2,3,4, Girls' Chorus 2, Feature Editor of School Paper 3, Jr. Class Play. fi X I JOYCE KILLLAIN "Off with his head! " Girls' Glee Club 4. TOM MUNYON "Woman, the creature of the hour." Track 3, Basketball 1,-1, Band 2,3,-4, Mixed Chorus 4, Baseball l,2. DON MONFILS TOM MEHL "1'm no angel." Lctrcrniaiis' Club 3,45 Football 3,-1, Baseball 3, JV Basketball 2,151 JV Bascbi1lll,LZ,13gJV Fool- "Fil1 me with the old familiar juice." Mixed Chorus 4, Wrestling 2,3,4, Track 2,3,4 KAY STRAUSS "Give me another horse! Bind up my wounds. Girl's Glee 4, Mixed Chorus 45 GAA 1. cis GARY KOEHLER "When you call me that, smile." Lettermans' Club 2,3,43 Wrestling 25 JV Base- ball lg Track 25 Freshman Basketball lg Foot- ball Manager 2,3,4. RONAID SMITH "Ah, Love, let us be true to one another." Lettermans' Club Vice President 45 Mixed Chorus 4s Wrestling 2,35 Football 3,45 Track 2,3. 419' lffffffr LARRY NICHOLS "It takes a wise man to discover a wise man.' BILL HALE "Boot, saddle, to horse and away! " Lettermans Club Treasurer 45 Basketball 1,2,3,45 Track 23 Foot- ball 2,3,45 Wrestling 1. V' fl BILL MULLARKEY "To eat is humang to digest, divine." Frosh Treasurerg Sophomore Vice Presidentg Junior Presidentg Senior Presidentg Baseball 3,4 Track 33 Lettermans' Club 3,45 Football 4. Wk I " :nav ROW 1: Gloria Reed, Louise Johnson, Sandra Palmer, Alta Cooper, Donna Hubler, Marcella Davis, Dorothy Stovall, Sandra Johns. ROW 2: Mable Fotheringham, Gladys Vincent, Ruth Moschkau, Virginia Goodson, Judy O'Neil, Janet Nicholson, Sharon Foster. ROW 3: Floyd West, James Hall, Jirr Berry, Ray Coate, Lester Diltz Dean Ball, Buddy Smart, Bill Barrong. ROW 1: Linda Ellsworth, Jane Munyon, Lennie Reagan, Billie Jean Johnson, Beverly Brady, Nancy Furlong, Doralee Allen, Mary June Holland, Carolyne Clark. ROW 2: Gale Austin, Bruce Van Duinc, Terry Buchanan, Clifford Worley, Oscar Hillman. ROW 3: Phillip Meglasson, David Golden, Roy Coate, Dan Densley, Donald Belcher, Lynn Troxel. 'N- LL, + if Who ,uv g-f-S Q K. X-Quo ' f ' R , -- ,ji li: . :'x ' 'I s als A QQ , . . f gf" ii. ROW 1: Wilma Burke, Gailene Bowen, Sherrill Jeffries, Vivian Hurst, Loretta Mendenhall, Sue Buchanan, Judy Haminan. ROW 2: Merl Emerson, Leeanne Bowen, Evelyn Gordon, Marilyn Harris, Jewell Perry, William Owens. ROW 3: James Steward, Carlis Stazifield. Erie Ross, Bill Thompson, Wendell Stanley, George Humphreys, Larry Hager. f-fone ROW lc Joyce Brickey, Irene Ellis, Leona Baller, Carolyn Dollar, Sharon Miller, Mary Lee Pate, Edxwina Buchanan Georgia Mill. ROW 2: Judy Furlong, Jean Croff, Karen Smith, Mary Ann Johnson, Donna Stevens. ROW 3: John Harris, Douglas Clark, Charles Foster, Oda Lee, John Poag, Steve Sutch, Harlen Strand, Donald Troxell. ,N V,f0p4'4!' , I W A I -I x --- ,.,-f""'! wwf IN'-" .' A' 1,5191 -nz' ., . .J -x""'l?7"-4-. I-' ,' 'Zf"f1'iv.'f fluff. f f :M D -fa , N V'fe'9L'9w'."'- f' ' jg '.. rf xr' I' Ja fi ROW 1: Thelma Palmer, Nancy Strauss, Mary I-lubler, Elaine Jantzer, Sandra Kincaid, Ruth Ann Roberts, Rita Sprou, Kay Edson, Sudie Allen. ROW 2: Jack Berline, Edward Drew, Elizabeth Goodson, Shirley Napier, Eula Stewart, Elouise Stovall, Sharon Burgoyne, Charleta Long. ROW 3: Tony Monteleone, Ray Munyon, Jerry Shepherd, Edwin Sutch, Jim Ellsworth, Dick Rasmussen, Belt Shepherd, Harvey Pate. ROW 1: Lynn Vaughn, Jean Weischedel, Janie Morris, Judy Gallego, Evalyn Brady, Rowena Miller, Patricia Moehnke, Ruth Harmonson, Nancy Brickey, Vickie Hayes. ROW 2: Alice Green, Mike Brooks, Stevie Clay- burn, Jerry Rondeau, Alton Watson, Glen Blevins. ROW 3: James Watson, Fred Fotheringham, Jimmy Bar- rong, Jerry Green, James Allen, Monty McLaughlin, Dennis Crews, Ronald Myers. M i---4 3 X-.WW , v 'ii KK spfffg 4 '-ifg w fig, i if , rj., L I, at 1' M , Q 1 ,w ,Q Ke. + , -n, .4 LY Q : ' f. Q 1- 1 1 t ir: s I.. 1' Ugfigim l - V ag,- S Q . -'1 rx M . - ., 'L ' ' HHQMK MARLBXI D. YODER Alma College, University of Ore- gon, Bachelor of Science, Master of Education, Southern Oregon Col- lege. Superintendent, High School Principal. ELAINE ANDERSON Whitworth College, Bachelor of Arts, University of Oregon, North- western University, Master of Mu- sic. Music, Band, Chorus. Activi- ties, Junior Class Advisor. . , I-1 .-1 1 ALICE J. NEBEL R. E. LEE Dunn County School of Agriculture. Bowling Green State University Activities, Registrar. Bachelor of Arts, Ashland Pacific University, gon College. English, Activities, Wrestling 534' WL.: P7 y -1 RUTH M. SETHER University of Oregon, Bachelor of Arts. Matherrxraitics, American Prob . W -7 V lems. '., -V MARY J. BUGAR ' University of Oregon, Bachelor of Arts, Oregon State Summer School. A German, Shorthand 1,2, Typing, '- Senior English, Office Practice. A Activities, Sophomore Advisor, German Club. f --1 C. WAYNE CLOSE Bowl ing Green State University, BOB STOLZ FLORENCE JOHNSON +ijOregon State Colle e, Bachelor of Oregon State College, Bachelor of Oregon College of Education, P L. Science, Master-ofgcience. In- Science. Health and Boy's P.E., Southem Oregon College of Educa- AJ: dustrial Arts, Mechanical Drawing. Biology. Activities, Football, , tion, State Teachers' College, rj' Activities, Senior Class Advisor, Basketball, Baseball. P -N ', fgxk University of Wyoming. , 1-,JL 6 B Vice Principal. is-Joh fi 'E iff, Q9 9. ff' i as nn, . f' ,-'F' JEROLD A. NVILLIAMS University of Oregon: Bachelor of Scienceg University of Ccmibridge. World History, Bookkeeping, World Geography, American Problems. , MARY LEE BRADY University of Oregon: Oregon y State, Bachelor of Science. Home .' 1 Ee., United States History. Aptilvii- I I V W ties, Freshman 'Class Advjsbrfl Activities, Track. I V 'V QA' f' X , I 1 . F C7 , -Alf' gi , y MARY MARGARET CORTHELL Willamette University, Bachelor of Arts. Biology, Girls Physical Edu- cation. Activities. Junior Class Advisor, GAA, Pepclub, Flag- twirlers. ive LAURENCE K. GIBSON Willamette University, Bachelor of Arts, River Falls State Normal, University of Oregon. Activities, Football, Basketball, Baseball. Physics, Chemistry, Science, Alge- bra. BUD Rl-QYNOLDS MARY HARRIS Custodian. Cafeteria E , - s DON R'i'OHLlIR Linfield College: Bachelor of Arts, University of Oregon, Uni- versity of Wyoming. English, United States History. Journalism Activities, Publications Advisor, Junior Class Advisor. J 1 ,Q . ,x 5 fs sq V OPAL AUSTIN Cafeteria D UTCH WINKL LMAN Custodian. W. I S: 7 . X li' 'An- Ll 1' " I ,A :AJ - s 1 1 1 f3'1X4 43 , ' -2,54 5.31, ' x W: 42-iaL23,Q .M wg,-. 1 2 .' E-423 1 1. , 4531" f, 4, ' Effie Troy Reynolds held top honors as student body prestdent WGZGMG Theycar ol 1931 U8 was headed by tudent body pre tdent Troy Reynolds Servtng mth Troy the other elected offlcers began then elected term by settlng up an award system for good crtrzen hlp Later there mas anhonorsocrety et up ln the school and students mth a l 5 grade average were eltgr e Vtce Pres1dentCl1fford Worley was 1n charge of several commxttees The Secretary s Off1CC was held by Beverly Cox Jean Fachet took care of the student body s f1I13l1L131 problems Jane Munyon our Soclal Chalrman planned many happy event such as the Chrxstmas Seml Formaldance and com blned movle A school carmval was held ln the spung wth the purpose of ratsrng the student body funds Class Pres1dents Blll Mullarkey B111 Barrong George Humphreys Sharon Burgoyne and the Pep Club Representauve Llnda Humphreys completed student councrl mu oers Dtscussrng an rmportant problem for the student body are George Humphreys, B111 Mullarkey, B111 Barrong Ltnda Humphreys and Sharon Burgoyne Clenda1e's Student Councrl vw ts composed of Jane Munyon Beverly Cox George Humphreys Troy Reynolds Lmda 1'-iumphrtys Sharon Burgt ynt Clrfford Worley Jem Fachet B111 Mull trkey B111 Barrong md Mr C 70efzeZ4e S lntheyearlihu a6lNlr Rexello rarred the flag rm rlera The glrl worked hard durmg the ummer and then tarred rmrl mg ar football and ba kerbal game dur mg the fallarrd mmermomh In the year of 195 58 the flag rmrler: wlrh the 1m brrucnon ofMr: Corthell gawewery acuve and colorful programb at ire half of the war my game Always ready wlth a new suggestlon for twlrllng lS Charlotte Redfreld Nancy Furlong the happrest of them all Mary Ann Johnson has provrded much entertamment for the crowds The flag twulers are Paulette Carr, Mary June I-lol land, Mary Ann Johnson, Mary Lee Pate, Sue Buch anan, Charlotte Redfreld Nancy Furlong, Doralee Allen, and Karen Srnrth 23 I I X 1 ' , Q i '. 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A, , 4- 71 V ' ' A Y I ' v A ' . y f Q , V l I 3 V Janet Nrcholson and Judy O'Ne1l were the co edrtors and slave drrvers for the paper staff Jame Munyon a reporter ts typmg her fmgers to the bones we S ' The Prrate Spy had lot ef work and effort put 1nto rt by staff member Everyone lll the 'ournallsm class hada peclal as lgnment gn en to them by the co edxtors Judy O Nell and JanetN1cholson These asslgnments were to be flnrshed and proofread by a certatn day If everyone handed thelr asslgnments 1n on trme all was OK lf not look out' Mr Wohler tr1ed to help the ones who dldn t get fxmshed and at the same ume keep the others busy After all the assrgnments were completed then came the task of Ofg3Il1Zlflg storres heads rewrltrng and copyreadlng Then the best typlsts worked on stenclls Now came the job of m1meograph1ng the paper Thrs was d1ff1cult messy and uresome work especrally when the mlmeograph had a tantrum Dtscussmg edrtorral polrcy for the Prrate Log are from LEFT to RIGHT Clrfford Worley Beverly Brady Lynn Troxel and Btll Barrong These Journalrsts comprrsed the edttorral board, whrch put our annual Prrate Log out thts sprmg fulefwf Once upon a time there was a Journalism class who worked and planned for the Pirate Log. These students worked everyday for hours trying a picture here and a picture there, and finally putting it on a different page. Duringthe year of 1957-58, the Co-editors, Lynn Troxel and Bill Barrong, the business managers, Clifford Worley and Rose Mary Wood worked long hours planning and rearranging pictures. Iustbeforemydeadline there was a rush to finish a correction here and a misspelled word there. Then offto the printers I would go. But that was not the end of the work, for I had more pictures to get and more copy to keep them busy writing. xx-KM, nwgvnnrf Q- - ......r., at Y .semis 4 ,fa-.- ti Slaying over one of her feature pro- jects is Sandra Palmer, Feature Editor. J! ii Click, click, click, click. Reporter, Rose Wood, is caught burning the typewriter keys up to get her assignment in. "Watch it Jess!" "Don't get ink on your fingers!" Jess is a reporter for the Pirate Spy . Caught hard at work in their own little tasks are Bev Strand, circulation, Janie Munyon, Reporter and Louise Johnson, Exchange. -55:1 as A ah i 1 Ei W 4 , iss sg' . - 2-'K 70e3ze lie ' Lloyd Clark plays the hottest trumpet in the band. Band, Mixed Chorus and Girls Glee -- What next? Under the direction of the music director, Miss Elaine Anderson, the music department has done several exciting things. In early fall the choral group went to Oakland for an Umpqua Valley League music meet. They had others too. The Mixed Chorus and Girls Glee sang for the Lions Club inthe middle oflslovember. Christmas time brought about the Christmas Concert with musicalgroups participating. Joyce Brickey was avocal soloist and Lloyd Clark played a trumpet solo, The Spring Concert was held in early spring, again all groups took part. Mary Ann Johnson and Ronald Nace led the band in the saxophone section ROW 1: Dean Ball, Oda Lee, Ruth Harmonson Merry Fox, Nancy Brrckey, Vicki Hayes Mary Arm Johnson Floyd West. ROW 2: Douglas Clark, Don Belcher Buddy Smart James Allen Alvin lxitller Don Monfrls Tom Munyon, Ronald Nace, Dorsey Greene, Lloyd Clark my ide g. ,V4, A ,-Q' 1:7 Playdays and variety days have kept the Glendale GAA girlsinshape and familiar with the rules of vol- leyball, basketball, and various hand games. Advisor, Mary Corthell has been a real asset to the girls in calling practices and getting eleven girls readyto travel to Myrtle Creek or anywhere else that the playday is scheduled to be held. Schools who belong to the Umpqua Valley League are Douglas, Riddle, Myrtle Creek, Glide, Sutherlin, Oakland, and Glendale. This year, 28 girls are official members of GAA. Officers were elected atthe first of the year. Tourna- ment manageris BeverlyCoxg secretary, Sandra Johns, vice president, Nancy Furlongg and president, Rose Wood. The annual initiation dinner was enjoyed by 16 new members and 12 old ones, held at the Rogue Food Shop in Grants Pass Afterwards the girls enjoyed a movie and then continued their merry whirl home ACIIVIIICS for the past year have been sponsoring sock dances after basketball games Serving as president of G1enda1e's GAA was Rose Wood Rose also held the office of secretary tn Umpqua. Valley League ROW 1 Rebecca Buchanan Buerly Brady Nancy Furlong Sandra Palmer Beverly Strand, Sally Johns Judy Furlong Ditnt Ktrk ROM 'l Karen Smith Paulette Carr Sharon Miller Charlotte Redfield Mary Vxeeks Sue Buch in in Nl trctlla D ix is Donnie Hubler Lenore Smith Georgia Mill Linda Humphreys ROW 3 Nlrs Mary Corthell idyis r Butrly Cox Mary June Holland Rose Wood Billie Jean Johnson Jean Fithtt Louisa Johnson J tnt Muny on Sandra Johns 78 . 4 5 M K . , . . P , . Fw. I ,J f., N 5' f - .v -5 -K 7 . 5 1-1 V yv V . , V 1 r v ' I 5 7 I 7 . 'V 1 ' V ' . , , ' ' ' . 1 - - -' r 1 y . 1 . 'xv' 3 f V g V V v' ' 5 l ' A ' v , . t ,l . l t , y , , . V V V y f . 1:1 v f V V , 3 V ' ' 3 .i .. 1. .-l. ., , , , L. V1 y "w x V v V . , , . , . V ROW 1: Dave Golden James Ber Tom TY Mehl, Gary Koehler, Lynn Troxel, dan Den- sley, George Humphreys, Lloyd Clark. ROW 2: Le Roy Moschkau, Ronald Smith, Don Monfils, Buddy Smart, Tom Munyon, Floyd West, Roy Coate, Ray Munyon. ROW 3: Troy Reynolds, Wes Young, Clif- ford Worley, Bill Mullarkey, Bill Thompson, Dave Kilmer, Lester Diltz. ROW 4: Doug Clark, Bill Hale, James Hall, Bill Barrong, Bill Miller. The Lettermens club, is an organization of GHS athletes who have earned the right to wear the let- ter of the school. This year the Lettermens club was primarily a service organization. Twenty eight boys qualified as members. Any boy who has earned a varsity letter in some sport is eligible for membership. This year the Lettermen served as traffic directors at football games and sold tickets at basketball games. Early in September, Mr. Gibson, advisor, called a meeting for the election ofofficers. Those elected were Wes Young, presidentg Rom Smith, vice presi- dent, Troy Reynolds, secretary: and Bill Hale, treas- Senior Wesley Ray Young, rs this year's letter mans club president Popular with faculty stu ul-er, Q dents,and active in all sports, Wes has become an asset to us all 35 xv: . 'Mv- M N xi Qijjxx, 5' 4 'Q f 5 B f i EA' A-.. M L gi n ., "'7"7'Ai 5 2 - I. 4 Y 7 f A A ' Y 3 I' j A Y 1 .2 M',f'i1fu3 7 3 , E V NU-02 x k fa ffgfwS WI 11 9 co , on .Ig 0 ., I, P ,Q , Q Q ' x, F' 'J -er if kv, JA? S wg, ,, -14 I ff!! 'ii- t.v,.,..v aah ' I 'I .s ,..i-1. ,,.r . , Q ...AWN , ,, , A. , it ', ,.,,Y -- .4yk..g'f' ' ' ' -'Q."' .Aa ,. X.. , W ., ., .J.:'-qsgifi' i ta "Hoot" Gibson, in his first year as head football coach at GHS, led the Pirates to ant undefeated Rogue League championship, District 6-A2 championship and to the state quarter finals. .v-.. A 4 70e3zeZ4eS This year the Pirates had their best season Ln many years. They were undefeated rn regular sea- son play while taking the Rogue Valley League and District 5-A2 championsllgp. The Pirate backf1eld was considered the best in the district and the line, which was supposedly the weak point in the squad, turned in splendid per- formances and led the RYL in defense all season. The backfield had power and speed and was relied on for both. The best showings offensively were against Rogue River and Illinois Valley as the Pirates rolled up 39 points against the Chieftians and 33 against the Cougars. Glendale won the right to represent dis- trict 6 in the state quarter finals. They played El- mira, the representative of district 5. The Pirates lost to the Falcons by the score of 20-13, The Pirates placed four players on the Rogue Valley League All Star First string. Tackle, Tom Mehl and guard, Lynn Troxel made the all-star line and fullback, less Munyon and tailback, Troy Reyn- olds the backfield. Munyon, Troxel and end, Wes Young also made the All Douglas first team. The Glendale subs who sit the bench have to have a lot of courage. They are uncertain when they will go into the game, and get cold sitting there doing nothing but waiting. The second stringers must have a lot of will power to practice every night against the Varsity, get banged up, and still dress down and sit the bench. -'Va f"""x lik pw fi 82 N 4-,, I r , W ,M si f 1' in Q ,,.....-1-I X in-A. Mg, 1 :f f ,W . A ww . 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We lie Jackbomllue B111 Hale NN mbb Ch fogue Rlvef Floyd nest ram IVHS Troy Reynolds Tmlbaclr Eagle Form Henley Phoemx Brookmgs Douglas Elmrra Wai 'W 'km' 'mow Wu '36, mmm M www, a5E5'w-gs.f- Lester D11tZ Quarterback George l-lumpherys Back Ray Munyon Fullback Lloyd Clark Back Ronald Sm1th Center qw' 37 in QI Wane Coach Bob Stolz has coached the varstty bas ketball team for four years Coach Bob Stolz s vars1ty basketball team recorded a seasons record of 12 WINS and 6 losses The P1rates season got off to a slow start w1th Douglas defeat1ng us by n1ne polnts 1n our f1rst game Thrs year s season was a 20070 1mprovement over last years season We were 1ead1ng the League after defeat1ng the Phoen1x PIIZIBS 64 to 46 We kept th1s pos1t1on unt1l the next to the last game of the season 1n WhlCh PhOCHlX defeated us 54 34 Thxs put us 1n a ue w1th Brook1ngs for 2nd place 1n the R V L stand1ng The P1rates top scorer was B111 Hale Wlth 248 po1nts to end the season wrth a 13 8 po1nt average for 18 games Other h1gh scorers were Jesse Munyon who racked up 170 po1nts Tom Munyon followed Wllh 105 Troy Reynolds had 86 pornts Our top rebounder was Tom Munyon who pulled the ball down 136 trmes The runner up was Jesse Munyon Wllh 113 rebounds Cl1ff Worley Foul shots added to B111 Hales scormg by shoot1ng 750010 of all he shot C11ff Worley held the best shoot1ng average of the team 373070 and also he comm1tted the most fouls Ray Munyon had a shoot1ng average of 37170 Another who dunn1t 1tem was Troy Reynold s fantast1c shot from the back court 1n the last game of the season w1th IV Several games looked 11ke we weren t gotng to be the vtctors but w1th team work good coach1ng and shoot1ng we kept our lead Captaln B111 Hale, was the leadmg Prrate scorer wlth 236 pomts ROW l Manager Denms Crews, Coach Bob Stolz Manager, James Ellsworth ROW 2 B111 Hale, Wen dell Stanley B111 Barrong Chfford Worley, B111 Mullarkey Torn Mehl Tom Munyon, Buddy Smart, Wes Young, Jess Munyon, Troy Reynolds, and Floyd West 38 ' 0 Q ! ' ' f W ' . ' . ' H 1 4 followed with 106. 1 M - ' ' ' . J 3 . . , gt df . . V4 ,. Q, . ROW l Manager, James Ellsworth Chuck Foster, Monty McLaughl1n, Glen Hatton, Belt Shepherd, Manager Dennls Crews ROW 2 Coach Grbson Jack Berlme, Fred Fothermgham James Allen Terry Buchanan, Bxll Thompson Eno Ross, Oda Lee Glen Blevms Edwm Sutch George Humphreys Dave Golden Wade Wes Young Troy Reynolds Forward Guard Cllfford Worley Center Jess Mun on Y Forward Xa 1 PSX X .sinh V 744-. 7 Y HL V Y , X X .' 'J r ii' iv JEXK ' . Y -P JY' S 5 :mf 9 'A ,fQ.,Ea, R ' '3rx M' 5 fini' ffffiinil Ei Q , 5 , 1,5 .., 9? A i 7Ue3ae Me O Coach Bob Lee's Pirate rnatmen has a very good season this year. In their regular season they won eight and lost four matches. They placed second in the Umpqua Valley League. Their losses were to Sutherlin twice and to Grants Pass twice. Glendale placed fifth in the district tournament among ten A-1 and A-2 schools. Dan Densley was the only Pirate grappler to qualify for the state tournament at Corvallis. Glendale will lost five seniors this year. It's a short walk of the mat--if you win. Hard practices keeps the boys in condition and ready L0 go, "BARR," this waiting gets me! ROW 1: Willian Owens, Carlis Stanfill, Gary Koehler, Daniel Densley, Harvey Pate, Douglas Clark, Alton Wat son. ROW 2: Mike Brooks, James Berry, Larry Mosley, James Thomas, David Kilmer, Lloyd Clark, Ron Smith Don Monfils, Steve Sutch. ROW 3: Larry Mollers, John Harris,Lynn Troxel, Don Troxell, Bob Brown, Lester Diltz, Coach Bob Lee Gary Miller's highest jump in Pole Vaulting was 10' Q. N 1:74 .gf-.o 2- Glendale High's Varsity finished a rather poor season, winding up with a low standing in the League. The Pirate 880 yard relay team was perhaps the best event the Pirates had to enter in the meets. The relay team was composed of Wes Young, Jesse Ray Munyon, Ron Smith, and Troy Reynolds. They placed fourth in the district meet. High jumper, Wes Young and Pole Vaulter, Gary Miller, also showed good form this year. Young took third place in the state meet in Eugene. Wes Young has a 5' 9" record in high jumping. ROW 1: Troy Reynolds, Ronald Smith, Jesse Ray Munyon, Tom Munyon, Lester Diltz, Lloyd Clark. ROW 2: Coach Edwards, Cary Miller, Wes Young, Gary Koehler, Don Monfils, Manager, Oscar Hillman. C Yi :lp r,A Catcher Ray Munyon was elected captam for the season In battmg posrtlon IS outfrelder, Wes Young Glendale Plrate baseball squad swept the Rogue Valley League and took the tltle wrth f1ve w1ns and one loss Glen dale s only loss rn league play was to Eagle Pomt by the score, 5 4 The Prrates were defeated by the Gllde Wlldcats 1n the subdrstrxct play offs Glendale frmshed w1th a n1ne won our loss record 1n regular season play Jess Munyon catcher and captaxn of the team, had the hxghest batt1ng average w1th a 6 Th1rd baseman Gary Stevens rs ready to snag a bumlng grouder 40 Troy Reynolds played both 1n.f1eld and outfxeld ROW 1 Coach Bob Stolz Troy Reynolds George l-lumpherys, Dan Densley Gary Stevens and Buddy Smart ROW 2 Manager, Dave Golden Lee Roy Moschkau, Ray Munyon, Wes Young, Tom Mehl Andy Owens, Clrfford Worley and Assrstant Coach Jun Revello 43 1' V ' 0 o 3"'f Tir 5 . N, 223 p , 46 'U' C. 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