Myrtle Creek High School - Yearbook (Myrtle Creek, OR)

 - Class of 1950

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IF IT WICRIC NOT FUR 'I'HIC.'IC I'I'IUPI,I'I OVII ii: .IES PLA A N IJ O 'I' H E R .AXC"I'IYI'l'II-IS WH HI NO Hi Sl'f'C'Q.'.'I4'I'I,. Administration rf NI C DPLLE1 bupeuntendent 3 if 5 4 I fm. . T fix '5 1 x w 3 w I' 4 . . J K " MYRL BARKHURST Science, Sophomore Adviser Photo Club Adviser, Track Coach, "B" Basketball Coach EMOGENE VEAL Home Economics, Sophomorc Adviser, F.H.A. Adviser 4.91 Q0 RAYMOND J. KARP l-ligh School Principal Commerce HOSE WHISENANT English, Journalism Senior Advis-er, Myrtleat' Adviser, Annual Adviser FORREST LOGHHY Boys' P.E., Assistant Foot- ball Coach, Baseball Coach Basketball Coach, Block "M' Advisers, Senior Adviser .IACQUISLINE FLORY Librarian, U. S. History Freshman A d v i s er. Boys Cooking Club v JACK KIELINU Social S C 1 Q n L' 0. Ifrmtbull Cuzicli. Assistant Basketball and Baseball Cmicli. Bluck 'Mu Aivisc-i'. Juniur Advisci: WENDELL HALL Mailiciniitins. A u d 1 in-Visuul .N,llYl4l'l', QL SHIRLEY BAKER Girls PE.. G.A.A. Adviscr. Pep Club Advisor. STEWART LEEIQ Enfzlisli. Speech and Diuiiiu. 2 I Drama Club Adviser, Junior + ' Class Play Director S? 5 FRANKLIN FANGER Industrial Arts, Riflo Club Adviser, Stagecraft. JOANNE MQKINNEY Commcrcc. Junior Adviser, Commercml Club Adviser. f '!" - ,W ' ' MMM Ate, A ' A :QW- EXECUTIVE COUNCIL OPPICIHPS Student body PlhSldLllt Slmlc U C ham ll Student Body Mu Plesldent J mn Cr p Student Body Secletalx Manlun Wzlsmz Student Body TIQASUIGI Bob Froehlzclz Student Body Pllb1lCltX Nlanage-1 Ifoblm lean Bulmm S91g9?l.llt at alms lame s Hnlrln Sophomole Class PICSldGIlt Bob Wzldef Junxol Class Plesldcnt Hoblm Iran Bulmm SQHIOI Class Plesldent Fvrlun Ruflerlqe The Executlve Councll of the Hlgh School Student Bodv Assoclatlon met wlth the Presldent Shnley Chaney evexy two weeks to pass bllls d1scuss any pxoblems of the school that may have arlsen durlng the DIGVIOUS Weeks and plan 8Ct1V1t1CS fox the futuxe The plans and actlvltles that they have dlscussed are then pxesented IH the student body meetmg the followlng dav and are voted on by the Student Body Assoc1at1on The two mam plojects of the EXQCLIIIVE COUHCII th1s yea: have been the Student Body Caxrnval and Talent Show These vsexe both a meat success and we hope that such act1v1t1es as these w1ll COI1tlHllC to be successful ln futuxe veaxs All f1nanc1al affans and expendxtuxes ale supelxlsed by tht LXCLLILIVG Lounul It IS the hope of the Executlve Counc1l that the students of the Myrtle Cleek Hlgh School wxll zealxze the value of takmg a greater responslblllty ln Student Govelnment than evel befoxe :ml ,K iv K X ' , I 1 1 ' bu 6 .v .,k.' , f W N r k' '. ,. I' ,- j "'1- ' ,, ,.,,, Y, , , uv' ' Tis . A ,Y,YYYYY,,,,,,, ,,, , ,,,, ,,, , I Q - -t ' YY,.YY ,, , ,, , , I 11. 2 I Freshman Class Representatives lllarjoriff II'hife, .lvrry S!'l'Lfl7'H6ll0I'll ' - . 2 soSff'ffffffffffffffffcffffffcffSf , T. y- ' ' I t x. .,,,,,, YY, .,Y,....YY.,.,.,,,,,,,,. ,Y YY YVY,, 1 .1 l ' '- CLA SSES lt lunioi Cusp Class Vice President 2 3 .Stu dent Body Vice President 4 Ca: zzval King 4 Shirley Chaney Class Vice-President 1, Vol- leyball 3, Class Play 3. Stu- dent Body President 4, Car- nival Queen 4, Spring Fiesta Princess 2, Class Sergeant-an Arms 3 Evelyn Rutledge Transferred from Medford 2, Girls' League Program Chair- man 3, Class Play 3, Class President 4 Bob Froehlich Class Treasurer 3, Student Body Treasurer 4. Football 4 Dick Ganoe Transferred from Eugene 4, Class Sergeant-at-Arms 4 Maxine Kuslei' Volleyball 2.3. Volleyball Cap- tain 3, Softball 1,2.3, Class President 2. Class Treasurer 4, Girls' League Sergeant-ab Arms 3, G.A.A. ViCe-Presi- dent 4 Llt'4 urge Pawz Softball 2. Class Svc-rotary 2. Football 4, Wrvsflillg 2.3 Dorothy Jones Transferred from Canymzvillv 3. Class Play Student Di- r1'r'tor 3, Drama Club Sm'- fleant-at-Arms 4. Editor of Myrtleaf 4 Pat Val ty Hogg' Transfcrred from Stratton, Nebraska 2, Volleyball Man- ager 3. Class Play 3, Drana Club Vice-President 4. Girls' League Secretary 4, Secretary G.A.A. 4 Bob Matthews Baseball 3, Football 3,4. So!!- ball 2. Class Play 3, President of Block "M" 4, Class Vice- Prvsidenl 4 vin Clack Baseball 2.3 Beth Whitf- Trunsfvrrf'd frum Slzcrzdan 1 Class Sccretary 4, Girls Leaaue' Treasurer 4 'N Gal y Burnett Class President 1, Baseball 3, Class Play 3, Student Body Publieity Manager 3, Basket- ball 4 Leonard Pollard Transferred from Roseburg 4 June Heying Transferred from Pleasant Hill 4 George McDaniel Basketball 2,3,4, Football 3, Baseball 2,3, Class President 3 Gordon Wade Transferred from Florence 4 James Holder Softball 1,2. Football 2,3,4, Student Body Sergeant-ab Arms 4 .. A illenny Neal Clasx Treasurer 2, Baseball 3. I2a.s-ketlmll Manager 2. Class lflazf 3 -nw Donald Eickhoff 'I'ran.wjerred frmn Iiuudmz 2. Suftball 2.3 geilllillll SHIIIIIUHS Clam Play 3 -femmes Peterman Transferred from Roseburg 4 CLASS Oh'l"lCl'lKS l'l'lNlIf4 ffl l2'l'l'fflll lfffflallyff l'l'f'1-1'l'1xfrl11ll 1:1111 .U1lfffl4'l1'.w Sf'f'l'l'ffll'jf , Ylfafh Hvflllfl 7vl'lfllNlfll'l' .1lfl.7'l.llf' Kll.i!l'l' Sf ry1fr1,ff,r1l-4l,,,,,, Ilfrfg ffrlfmf f luxs llllff,-'1 Hum Il IIIN4 llllllf l'vlll'l'1Nf l,f,51f1ryr flllxx lfv1lI'4f fvllfllllflnlr Iss wulms ,M , . , eliwlly .11l44'4'lI llllll Wfrfla My nzflffn "IVV Url 1'I'C1' .wf1'ff'1'11y1 fur H14 frfyfllpsf' SENIOR CLASS HISTORY September 30 1946 the present sen1or class Wlth forty three expectant faces plesented xtself as freshmen to delve 1nto the mysterles of read1n r1t1n and r1thmet1c on the h1gh school level Our flrst act was to elect Gary Burnett as our class presldent and select our class colors flower and motto Durlng the course of the year our ma1n event was 1n1t1at1on Dressed 1n all sorts of odd clothes and palnted as Indxans we made our appearance on th1s fateful day After survlvmg the experlence we lost our tltle as green freshmen and became off1c1al hlgh school members When we entered school as sophomoxes our membersh1p had decreased to 35 students Maxme Kusler was elected th1S year for pres1dent of our class Oux mam Obllglng actxvlty was to nmtxate the freshmen Thxs was accompllshed on Oct 3 1947 We came back to school 1n our Junlor year look1ng forward to bemg uppel classmen After havmg elected George McDan1el as class presldent we began to plan money maklng projects ln order to be able to g1V9 the semors a good banquet and prom We presented the play The Campbells Are Commg on March 11 1949 It was a tremendous success and recelved the hlghest of compllments Our candy store ln the Off1C8 of the school brought m money and we sold candy lce cream and pop at all the ball games We scheduled the annual Junlor Senxor Banquet and Prom on May 20 1949 at Kennedys Dutch M111 Thls was our reward for all our hard work The theme of the prom was Hxtch Your Wagon to a Star In September of 1949 we entered MCHS as the hxgh and m1ghty senlors wnth many expecta tlons Our f1rst act was to elect Evelyn Rutledge as our presldent In March the class of 1950 took a fleld tr1p to Salem Oregon where they v1s1ted the State Penltentlary Mental Hospltal and Fa1rv1ew Homes We planned our long awalted Sk1p Day for Apr1l 26 1950 We went to Crater Lake and other pomts south All at once we reallzed that lt was June 7 the date of our graduatlon Durmg the four years we were 1n hlgh school seventeen guls and two boys dropped from our Maxme Kusler Shxrley Chaney Bob Matthews Bob Froehl1ch Kenneth Neal and Tom Rxcc attended school at Myrtle Creek s1nce the flrst grade We are proud of these boys who have rece1ved letters 1n football basketball and baseball Gary Burnett Bob Matthews Tom Hamm Tom R166 Bob Froehl1ch George Paroz George McDan1el Kenny Neal James Holder Edgar Holllnger and Calvln Clack Those who have recelved letters ln other sports are Don Elckhoff Carl Walm and Don Shelton Maxme Kusler Pat McK1nney Shlrley Chaney and Patty Hogg ale the g1rls who have recelved letters 1n g1rls sports The g1rls who recewed letters for be1ng cheer leaders are Pat Jackson Lora Osborn and Emma Lou Weber 'bf svxmx 1 , - ' ' h - , 3 , . 1 1 . 1 v ' - ' ' 1 , ' ss ' 1 ' ' 1 y - ' rs ' ' ., , . . . 1 . 1 . y 7 l . 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K"u'l Yulin CLASS WILL Knoxx rll men bx these presents that xxe the graduitin elrss of 1950 Myrtle Creek High Sehool being of sound mind perfect sense and menrorx and xxish ng to bequeitrr the remnants of our dearest posses ions to those folloxxing in our steps do herebx declare this to be our Last Will and Testament ARTILLI' I Colleetrvelx xxe bequeath the lolloxxrng All of our unexcused absences to the sophomore elass as xxe xxont be needing them any more Our txxo helpful adxrsers to the Junior class hoping that thex appreciate them as much as xxe did Our abilrtx as honor roll students to the freshman Class hoping th rt thex xxrll trke good e rre of it ARTIC l In ll arx rnett x rrrx shxness to Charlie lrelarrcl hoping th rt the eonrbrnation o the wo natures xxrll not be too drastic I Shrrlex Chanex xxrll mx inherited Chrnex Wiggle to Marx Stephens hoping thrt she will rse it xxis x alxrn Claek xxrll mx blrty to pl rx rs rr to Jrrn Smith knoxxrng rr rt xxrll eome hrndx for tle Yankees I Ira Crisp xxrll mx good times on baturdax night to rnxone xxho finds baturdax exenings dull onali re xlroff rx 111 to Vixen We rver hoping that he xxill curl it every ,,,rt r I I bob Froehlieh xxill rnx smallness to Wnford Webb and rnx dark hrrr to Nanex Ausrn hoping that thex use them vxrsely I Dick Ganoe xxrll mx xxay xxrth the xxrmmen t Fennessee Jim knowing thrt he will pr rctree it darlv I Pom Hamm xxrll Crrole Jones to Gordon Se rrbrough hoping th it he trkes go d eare f her I June Heyrng xxrll mx flirtatrous xxaxs to Bexerlx bhelton hoping that she xxrll keep t Jr retree I I Patricia Hogg xxrll my abrlitx to put rnx foot into mx mouth to Leneve Smith so that she m ry folloxx rn mv footsteps I James Holder will mx phxsrque to Jrme Dugan to be used vxhen the oecasron arises I Edgar Hollinger xxrll my football rnd xxrestlrng to John Simpson hoping rnexx star max shine I Jean Hoskrn xxrll my Medford boxfrrends to anxone xxho happens to go to Medford l Pat Jackson xxrll mx loxe for tall blonl headed guxs to Toni Barker 'rnd my thrills for motorexeles to anyone who xxants hrs neck broken uses them to the best advantage Maxine Kusler vxrll nx eperr poundrge o Marporrt White nel rnx silly giggle to Jean Verrell hoping that they use them xxrselx I Bob Matthevxs xxrll mx abrlrtx to sing to Drek Bozarth lroprng that the girls xxrll sxxoon for him like they did me I Creorge McDaniel xxill mx llllCI1l t George Heath rnd my ability to argue xxith the teaehers to Donna Henry I Prt McKinney xxrll my quiet manners to mx brother Chirres knoxxing th rt he can use them I Joanne Montgomerx xxrll mx boy friend to anxone xx ho manages to take him avxax from me ind my intelligence to the underclassmen I Kenny Neal xxrll my tardy slips to Billie Jean Moss hoping that she xxrll have fun talking her xxax out of t em I Lora Osborn xxrll mx loxelx black hair to Wrnda Barker and my vitamin pills to anyone who wishes them I George Paroz xxrll my ability to get into trouble to Patsx Moan so she can haxe fun during classes James Peterman xxill mx berutrful smile to Jax Jones hoping he uses it only for good ur noses p I Leonard Pollard do xxrll mx xx rxx hrrr to Bob Wrlder so he xxrll not haxe to eut rt so short Tom Rice do xxill mx basketbrll abrlrtx to Keith Leighton and my gold teeth to Marrlvn Frentress Evelxn Rutledge do xxlll mx rbrlrtx to sing, to 'xlarjorre Frentress o tl rt she max ear y on xxrth nv eareer Donald Shelton 1 xxrll mx quiet mrnners to mx brother Philip hoping that he uts rt to use Ronald Simmons do xxrll my abrlrtx to groxx xxhrskers to Jim Rlee so that he xx11l be able to hide behind them rn ease of trouble I Rax Smith xxill mx xxolfrshness to Tim Corrrgrn knovxrng th it he xxrll keep it in good use I Gordon Wade xxrll mx 'rbrlitx to getl mx themes t Tennessee Dxkes so he xxon rxe to struggle so xxrth reas I Carl Walrn xxrll mx interest rn lrxestrek to Mrrirnne Shrrteliff knoxxing that she xxill not rbuse the eritters I Emma Lou Weber ill n xxax xxrth the te reher to Carlene Rust and my talkatrxeness t Keith Thorp eth White xxill nx sr x Il gle o exxe rrz Jin r she xxrll enjoy herse rs I haxe I Earl Watson xxrll mx trllness to Bill Wren rnd mx fun in sehool to the future senior elass lbrgnedl CLASS OF 1950 Willie Sehnroo J and 1 Witnesses Peter Mouse J f 2 r I- ss-x -1,1 -V 2 ' v x 11 L A 2:1 . 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'- K t 1 s ss K 0 s xou uould Pit Mdxuin x xfunlx tlXll10 to teach her students this ioinaintc l.1m.11.i3.Q Sha spends hex mcfitions on 10 0.1 Q ianci s 0 ougi ui 1 im fru in Nu Illl s im m i. t in umnti x his mn His sumn s Q ishcd mllovv X 1 gg- 1 1 g .ununf in mnsi tion uoilx nmde it mme dillitult Q luuioe- ms s Ne llx ui Q . ,, f v Han All iv you .ss xx n .ut c vi s c 1 s ue is th lt lining. x 1 this oo . in s 1 . . 1 . s no uc C onnn.in f . ns tutis it x r . ucldc i s .ui 'Sis llnimld Osmoin . .unix i.x s 1 , maei boat ,ml lilwc ii inn on ht moat battei th in on ilumboi tiuti 1 mga .uw uns Q lining 1 ,, v sm 1 - .1 1 oi 1 h stliool Vt - ho finished his ippiviiticvsup 1 n . . ou Q. xx inn ns asun an s smiiffinw mm tw ti - ,xeixonv is .mi 1.11 ui 1 1 name kllll ing im umm uw: ismf nun uno noting at 0 1 Fm lpfina toothpaste maid Pollfud is umm i ldinous ti.ulx stu 1 L 1 iw sn io Ht as made sewial xxoild 10101 ds 'lommx Rite has optned his or itidn shop nfuntd bpots htloic Xoui Pies 4 has cl wi tised that Flxspuk ltemowi is onli lim to s lNfnx ol xnu .lu hofud Q ,, 1.1 sinfing mln 1 f 1 t ms non 1 ni egio xnuus mt 1 ici f 1 tn -Xfi . VI nx nl neu JLllldlIlgS in ie ali 0 Q L Q c L mtmb mi L ,iss mmld Shvlton is L mix bllllldllt uigiiimi . . . 1 stiuttiu mdunei The boxing thfunpioii hon Sinimuns is mix ut n 1 1 f if nit s lust deff it in South Ame-rica tax mith linfillx made ft it ui h is ans t unit oll tht 1lldlfl.IldlJ0llS bpoedxxfu He 1.1 almost non too lhe beginning of his LAIQOI took plate in oui toxin xxhtie he was .llxxfus ictuiig 1 mu know that Moldon Wade was nfuncd Dm lll in ic ,nun X .110 4 ollege' -Xll tht studtn s vis th it ht hful Jemnie tin mnglncci .is iv 0llj.llll1lllN pl.mno 1 Xalii g . .uns mug at . f it ies in tlt un im uk with 1110 suit an 1.1 in N in XM 0 has nmdt such ft mess of thou books that thu ut .1li.ud to lilo L1 vi White and 1 L u mn .ut ix fi t .ls 1 s . . I ullcns i . .ir XX atson is tht -Xll Stal Ltntei o L ol tht Nlihhti Nlldhtts nt Xlxitlt Link Ht has bun xood tht 0l1tStdl1Cllllf lyaslutball pldwi ol t t xml Nuns mix NlllLLlllN, Scldlk tht biiuupai ll' you wtrc to -nntrr at Spzuiiuh Cla.: in ont nl' tlu- f'illlf'Ul'lll2l high uclinuls, j ' find l- ' .- Mu -'min '-i sh b it fu in ' T7 .1 fl -J. i' i K ' Mrs. l" 'tcr. thu l'm'invr .lvinni Mc t,,' lx' l -- vm-i'y busy lzltt-ly. l'.'t .' ici' xh- t'in': ' ' .J . It tool' UU" il littlv lon 'Q r thai most lwuplv hut inmvini' - ' l ' ' .'t'ucA IJi'k " l-Q finally sul ' -d ll' motl win-law troubl- by ni'u'i'yin0' ai girl who is an fril' . . tl l in our c'l'1.'.' 'h lm-li lwr: shoull talk! his udv"- if 4 V f thc nnlj kind ol' wife tn lrxw. Girls should try t . l read in the pau ii' ycut-i'd'1y thwt Kenny Nu-tl h-lu ln-vii prm t l to ' ' dvr- in-Chie l' ul' tho 'Th ft l" l in tl ' Sly." H0 hal uns' tcm m-ini' 1 -I ts. Mr. - d Jax A Sl ' 'ind l'- 'lj lm 1- ,iust rtturnod from at trip to l"i'-uicu on il lu l ' - . I 'z " l "d' ,g t il - ' -' a 1 ' ' -l'. Ce ' " P- ' 3 '- .' liz ' ' tc hc wr aw monk -5' alter lu g.1'l"llll'ltOfl l'r n h'g' . lhtn ' 2 ' 'ttyl' , he we t to work in thu Isl-xnds 'uid they lost him. Y -'ui no ' l" l l'.' d- ts S " ,Q .4 l'- I l hw-as. F' i'-1 'l" ' "tl th- ' "9 'l' '.I' S ral' 3. - l l' '- u' annual and promptly wrote at letter to James Pvtorinzui ol'l'vring him 11 contract as a model Lei ' ' ' ' ' z " Q " 1' .' z '. H0 nrid' his stwrt at our l'b'h ."l ol. - hu' ' .' -' H x 1t"" s ' X Q 'V' ' ' Ijtfl Hr - " ' ' '. " 'w ' ntg. 11 j ' j h' '- - ' th' ffrrt L ' 'fz g:'list, l'Ivml5'n llllLl'dj.1'l'. Sh' l-.' l ' glt at c-hc " of NH" ' " .' 1' ek witl l ' lrnm ht-r lwst tru . 'ic'1. i a ,' ' the ' l ' ' ' tl :'t,' l' Myrtll Vretk unix- 'onstructed by 1 f cr ul' 1' 'l- D - .' 1 " V X " 1' -uid li-is l'in-ally uscd his talent in at fon- A ' 5 '-ll kn wn. Thr l-ist. we lu-'ard hm- l'1d 't his D'd j ' - ' ' " ? '- .' - ia l' tl - 1' V' ' ' , . f s P ts ish if , . I ,. . V, ' . .Ai I .' .' . .1 . i'a'l X" 'i is still livin ' on North Myrtlu 'uid owns mul ul' thc l' 'gout thcr l'l1ll"Cl r-it r-u fl Q ' i- ' rld. lfirn - is str " " f tl -t tl can iwwi' get rid nt. That is linnnu l. 1 'thorn Sh .k. . , S . . Sk ' '- -L. . hx.. l'e.tl ' ' - ' Pat M'M ll- ' 'I now l' 'ina' in 'l' 'l'lu-5' -uw rzlising mttln- 'uul l'ttl4- MQM ' llvtl c'l'iims that it is quilt' il lil'1'. E-1 '--1 'L' it K'-' -x -. ni ' i AIU' "A'o'1.' r "si-' A -Q 1. , . .L--, . .qv. ' h,.vl..' U I1. I O 8 S S Top row-Lee Hall, Winford Webb, Jacn, Hadley, Georw Heath, Charles Ireland, Gordon Wil- liams, James Payne, Charles McKinney. Tim Corrigan, Jim Dykes, Don Hilliard: Next row-Rich- ard Strong, Viven Weaver, Don Hadley, Don Newcomb, Gary Jennings, Milton Willis. James Dougan, Keith Thorp, Doug Tripp, Gordon Scarbroiighg 3rd row-May Cowles. Billie Jo Moore, Geneese Buley, Shirley Johnson. Muriel McCarley, Jean Verrell, Marilyn Wilson, Donna Smith. Evelyn Pruitt, Lavina Wallace, Bobbie Jean Bulmerg 2nd row-Dorothy Ellersick, Ilene Easton. Carole Jones, Mary Lou Landrifyan, Nancy Austin, Donna Bryant, Marilyn Frentress, Betty J. Simpson, Toni Barker, Beverly Shelton, Joy Simmons. Juanita Deihl: lst row-Burleigh Glampe. June Werner. Betty Humphreys, Class Advisers Miss McKinney, Mr, lieiling Class Motto: 'SThere's no royal road to success" Class Colors Orange and White Class Flower ,,,,. , .,,,, Rose The Junior class of '50 has been very busy i-:rising money tor the Junior-Senior Prom and Banquet which is to be May 12. They piesented their class play, "Don't Take My iieniiyfi lVlareh 30. February 28 Michael Lions fvlagie Show was sponsored. .Xnother money-making scheme was sell- iig ii-it dogs, candy, ang. pop at the football anti loskeiball games. l'hroug.iout the year the members of the tlass have taken part in all school activities. 'Iwo .juniors were the yell leaders: two were some leaders: two were S, B. officersg a number took part in the field of sports While still others were chosen to represent their class as Homecoming and Carnival royalty. Christmas decorations were introduced by the juniors. The decorations were appreciated by Lil. during the prefChristmas holidays. Ilene Easton. Jean Verrell. Charlie lreland. Marilyn Wilson and Viven Weaver arc the only naniors who started in the first grade .it Myrtle Creek and have attended their eleven years of school here, Their class this year, second largest in number, has reached ine tital enrollment of fifty-five. Top row-Bobbie Balmer. President: Billie Jo Moore Secretary. 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M 3Cormick. .lack Johnson, Kenny Bond. Keith Leighton, Don W lliamsg 2nd row-Darrell McGarvey, Philip Gormley, LeRoy McCauley, Do.: Gillespie, Jack Meshew, Jay Jones. Philipi Shelton, Bob Wilder. Alfred Thackm-q 3rd row-Wayne Pollard, Dale LeBlanc-. Leonard Faulkner, Darrell Bangs, Robert Voss, Jim Rice, Bill Wren, Bobby Doizgan. John Jonesg 4th row-Mary Stephens, Lois Rudder, Peggy Pace, Jerry Johnson, Shatron Potter. Betty Searbrouqh, Donna Henry, Deidre Cravens, Daniel Howe. Marion Lincecum, Latreshia Perry, Beatrice Webb, Billie Jean Moss, Joanne Bryant, Patsy Moan, Alice Ward. JoAnne Gascho, Stella Leighton, Joanne McCarley, Judy Forrest, Jewell Grate. ,,......w-Mm M,ittoYJ'Be sure you're right: then go ahead" ri Flower-White Rose Colors-Blue and Silver Advisers-Mr. Barkhurst and Mrs. Veal The chief duty of the sophomores this year vs s to initiate the freshmen. Initiation was held on September 21, 1949, followed by a party on St1:l0flllJCI' 23. f 'tho students ot' '52 who are athletieally in- Lllllkl are Bob Wilder, Don Gillespie and Philip Gormley. Almost all of the girls participate in sports. Jimmy Rice and Mary Stephens are the only two students who have attended school at Myrtle Lreek since the first erode. During the year the t-lass hzzs reached a total enrollment of forty- eight. 'i" o C: rnival Prince and Princess were Philiir tloriiiley and Donna Henry. Joanne Bryant was fltll2L'L'fJYTl1Ilg Princess, Top Row-Deidre Cravens, Sergeant-at-arms: Mary Steplivns, Treasurerg Bottom row-Philip Gormley, Sergeant-at-arnis.' Philip Shelton, Vice-Presidentq Jim Rice, Secretarzli Bob Wilder, President. I' 6 S I11 8 I1 3 S S fop iozf'-frtef' iatt, Ronald McGillis, Ralph Rutter, Bill Sparks. Ed Cowles, Dick Bozartlz. Dick Elin gp. Clzailex Ilosier, Don Smith, James Phillips, Calvin Chaney. Ronald McMunn. Jerry Jones, LeRoy Moore. Row B-D011 Bulmer, Kenny Willis, John Cavaner, Tom Kree- zan, John Simpson, Dale Munson, Toni Gojenola, Billie Paine, Gerald Smith, Martin Paid. Fon' 3-Laiionne Snzith, Jerry Shamehorn, Shirley Shamehorn. Ethelcen Benn. Patsy Wim. Phyllis Foster. Amelia Stimson, Edith Ireland, Carole Johnson. Lenere Smith. Ro 1' 4--Gladys Grozivr, Florven Payne, Marjorie Frentress. Marjorie White. Loretta Lehman. Wanda I3ai'i.'cr. llelvn Fedje, Grace Moan, Evelyn Newcomb. Lola LeBlanc: Wanda Leon- ard. Danna lfoss, Kay Browfi, Janet Smith, Carlene Rust, Thelma McDowell. Jerry Whiflwx Venore Deardorff. Barbara Deihl, Sue Kline. Audrey Hessler' Jean 11C'IClCTli1If1. AfdCllc' Wearer, C'f1mIc' Iladley. 6 Nlnst ol the lreshinen came into the world , in Hifi. The freshmen who have gone to M. C. !'i'nr'1 the iirst grade are Marianne Shirtcliff. Efllill Tri-land, Ardelle Weaver. Carlene Rust. lzlffi ,rl Hifvzint. and Venore Deardorff. .v ,, The glass was initiated by the sophomore class in S 5,1-iiirtr-i'. Although their feelings were hurt, they were willing to forgive after the Fresh- man-Sriphoiniire party. ll -' " inninig urinress for the freshman class was T7 1"-:niw Shirtcliff. Escorting her was Dick Ronin F:-r ' i- i-urn tal Barbara Diehl and Dick viii x-.1-iw the princess and prince. 'lift' t-lass took the initiative in planting shrubs -in Lza- Ezigh scho-il riinipus. D-.i Smith and Dick Koinp were the only two freshman boys to earn letters in basketball. The other boys were out trying and will make good material for future teams. John Cavener earned a letter for '.x'firking as fkwtlaall manager. Top row-Erlitlz .':'f'Iand. Secretary: Marjorie Student Re1Jre.weniatiiff'. Bottom ron'-Calvin Treaxiirmy' Dirk Konip and Don Smith. ut-urnzsq John Ccii'a11c1'. Prawidciit. ACTIVITIES THE SCHQOL CALENDAR Sept e N01 Dee 2111 o lldl A1310 'N u June 7 School Qtarte Iambmee-Ce11t1 ml Pmnt Bandon here Fagle Pomt hexe M C at Mutle Pomt Countx ll19t11Ql1tC Roeebmg hen V1 C xt Slltl19lllll Pudspolt hue fHon1ecom1ng,,D badle HlYNh1llQ Dax Ke1bw hem M C at Cent1al Pomt C3.ll1lN3l M0thQl S Tea Ch1 1stmas Ball Vacatwn Qtarts School starte agun VI C at Myrtle P01I1t Radlo bmadcast M C at Poeeburg JV and CS at R0sebu1g 'VI C at P98dQDO1t Suthe1l1n he1e Coqullle-he1e Poeeburg he1e Donkex basketball M C It Fagle Poxnt M C at Rlddle Reedepmt he1e M C at Myrtle PO111t M C at Central Pmnt 'VI C at Slltl'lCIl1ll Xa11et3 Show JI' Class PlaX Sprmg Vacat1on Ashland he1e Eagle Pomt hele M C at Suthe1l1n M C at Cent1al Poxnt WI C at Oakland Medto1d he1e NI C 1tP0sebu1g N1 C at Eagle Poxnt N1 C It Clendale qlltliilllll he1e JUIIIOI 5111101 P10111 K61bX l191L Celltldl Pfllllt hue W C xt Ke bu Clendale hele be111cste1 txa111s B3.CCdldLllQ21tk Commencement . 6 . 1 . . 17 .' 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ICSOII, k A ' ng flfl, XIIIIIVIIN1 lilfffxyi ll-'Q 'lhe rournalrsm class rt the begrnnrrrv ol thc 19491950 school year had hardly enough members to publish the school newspaper It rr rs rather doubtful at first rf they could put out The Myrtleaf The members at that time were Pat Jackson Dorothy Jones Ray Smrth Dick Canoe and Phyllis Jennrnfrs However Maxine Kusler Pat McKinney George MCDRIIIQI Carole Jones Tim Corrigan and Tom Hamm transferred to Journalism thus malrrnfr It possible to edit a good paper staff with onlr ten members How ever Earl Watson vxho transferred from Forks Washington afrarn broufrht the total up to elexerr At the belfrnnrng or the school year nevss notes vsere published rn the Myrtle Lreek Mail under the 'Vlx rtleaf cfrptron Later the paper was mrmeographed rrrstead of printed The most enrosed ieatures are still the Classroom Mouse Sadie the Snooper and Meet Your Senror Dorothx Jones was elected editor and Pat Jackson and Larolc Jones wsrc clcctcd assrstrnt editors 'Ihe other members are reporters Mrs Dale Whrsenarrt rs the adviser ' x . 0 4 Q ' I 1 uv 1 'I . 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Lcllllfdd It least one lgttgl lll mlm NIJUIAE IQ will It loc ms een x plolnlll nt lll tha slhoul Antlxl N ESCO1tS lol thy Quan N lllllll lol the hflllllullnlllgr dame xulo 'lom H.llnln 1 cllclllll LdllJ10L1gl'1 llob Xlllclll r X lxulnm lllkl plnsented fl llldlgt cl Xlill ll acl uma N goo lllf' IC 1 Thg llloglx Nl .lnd .g, JllS0l6f 1 mx 1.1 lll hull. lt was held on Ikullllll l no lleld fllllw lxelg tlllljxtlfl tlllS Xhall he I st xxfl uelnllel l lll sexual I'TlCIlllJQ1N mnt tu f l cllxlllln to llltnews thl 0182011 S fl L Nllllnexotcl lmqketlyflll game 111 CO1XfllllN Thl wwncl Illll vm to NIM -Xllllllll Court lll Fugene to see the fllldl galnu of the btate -X Lmgug -Jmketbflll tolllllalllellt on Nlfuch 18 . , lu, ,Av ' I P' I I 1 1 I . , 1 . . ' .N 'lff'1'- ' 'll l l l , Sw" Vg- Fug If ' 'lf '1' '. ' - -1 ' , , Y YTO V", ' 'V "1 Nfl . .77,7ll.l,, Y l ,, l l Y ,.Ml'. 1, ' '. .1 My ' X ' A , wh" th? ll j." le+ttvl'ln'lll clull, 'uw' boys 'l ml l'LYu l- ' 2 vs x x. ' X. , L. . s Th'. 1' - ' tl X Pl 'k M lu' b velg' ' ' Q ' l ' ' ' "tie.'. S " ' ' , " N l'. kllll lllcl' ' 1. The Block M was 1'CS1lOllSllJlC lltll' ClCCll1'2lllllgL tha- sum- llollls lluI'ol'l- C'lll'istlllals. Tllvy' 1 +' ' 1 Ml: l""l1g'. the lll! tl ' ll ' ' 'h. lllll' Ill ',,',st h' tllv lvl. 1 ' " - - GA..-X. 'i."21lll slum 4' 'el 1 Chrlstn - .' ll' ll pri ' to the I' lux. '- .' l l'1 l 1' 223 at The C' ll'Y0. T ' " 'A 5 ' 'l 1 K' j '.5 '. 'l' 'i1'.' one " s on lieu 1' 27 vl fl 'A lll C' lfv " l ' ' tltl-- ' J - -. ' ' Girls' League ?"P""' 'W OE 1'1LL1b I lLb1d8l1t Ima Osho: n X Ice Plwldult U1 1 111111 If l4l1fllNS SE.Cl9tdlj Putty Hmfg Tleasulel Petlz Whzfa 1 e buls Lefxgue held lts umuxl bulu H xxxlxnnx Dune Nuxunbu ' June Humg, xxds chosen Dfusx Mae and Jlm Tennewee Dx ku xx xx Ill Abnen Phe Mothus Tux xxfxs held lll the Home Iumonms mom on Ikyunbu P0 'lhe theme 101 the d9K.Ol'dt10ll'i xxfxs Chustmas :XDDlOXlIUdtLlX rp mothem attended the tea. The Qlumbu putx Ill the fxm Ftblllllx 14 xx IS xttpudnd hx xbout 10 lfnlb """"' -., w 1 v 41 y 1 ' N J .,-' -i - W 1 . 1. ., Y' I - 'mx' A irri-Air if ibvv i i - iAV, l I' I W .4 I ul" A1 3 0 n I f- iiiiAiAiiYiiiii if iv' V Y -V 1 i Y I A kM----- ,i- i- V -- 1 I 4 I i-Y-----F-Ai--AAiAiiwi iii ir-iw Vi Vp viwviiw-VV VivY-,- IV ' ' , Pubhcxty Manaver v......,ee.,ee,e,.,.e eeeeeee,ee 1 Haw Lou Lanxdrizan D "h "' ? 'sz 2 'z 'b 2 .' z '1 Q 'x VL.. , K L" " " S ' J 1 ' ' ' ' ' " .. " "'.' 'z .' Q' '. V x x 'S' x- '- K' x ' x x 1:1 I fx' ' x - x 1 ' Z- I ' 1 l I ' . . . ' V. V .' . . ,' . , v Hy ,. . , . L 3 . 2 . qv ' gt- 1 . i .tv " YZ Si X , .,i L U' - .I Pep Club Olfllkllb P1es1dent lhmna I zufznz' YICQ P16S1Cl9llt Lmu Osbfnn SQC19tcI1N if mmf: If Il IfVcbu Publlcltx Manaffel llfumnnf Shutzlzff Adxlsel llzs Hnustfm The Pep Club was OI'Udl11Z9d thls yefu 101 the IJLIIDOSL of l1lSlllg school iplllt All Olf1C915 except DLlbl1CltW mfmagel me elected flom the some and xell lexders The Pep Club was Xen actlxe dulmv homewmmg ueek and ,md conducted pep Lwemblles and 1Ill16S l . - . C 1. 4 l I v 7' - - ' . . . Treasurer ee.e,,7,77ee..........ee,.ee,,,,,e,.,,,.,,,, e e7,77,,,v,eeew,,, .Irfan l'errc1l - lv . 6 -And ANN- -Y Mn Y -HA . Y , by , . U 5 I v. K, b-. ' ' 1 f n ' - 3 . S , ' .2 'Lv' A1 . A ' .' l -V i v,.v .' . ' . ,,,.-, . . . 1 K K E : ' 'z . ..'........g Commercial Club 011111 RS 1114181616111 IU lun Iundngun VlLE'PlQ91C1Ll1t r1ll,dSLllLl Jean Hoblxm -XdY1SC1 films Mzlxmrzny lhg punposn ol thg kmulmlufml Uub lx to do txpmg xunk im thu sdwol and outblde Olgdlllldtllllli Thex mule tlckets fol Jobs DdUU'htL1S md im othgr lCtlXltlQ9 Thq ue now busx IGXINITN the sghool const tl1t1Ol1 " vm'- TV 1' I 4. ,. 1 Q1 Mu' . , V" ' I - ' K. X W 'Xl K ' j 'l Yi Y YVVVV YYY YV vi-b-------F-ir I . a " SeCl'eta1'5' ..11111.11.,,....,1.1.,1....,..1,1.11A .1 1. 1...,111.,1,. Latina Wallace rw l . A., ' lf' l.,', 'k. Y ' V .. ' . ,l., . 1' E .. j z X D ' ' -,, fra " 1 2 Va' ft' ' ' .' ' .' ' ' .' 1 1 . Drama Club OF ICFIS Plgsldent Paf Mcliznnf 11 Secletary Wm 111111 U zlso 1 T1 easurer Iofznm Mm1tqf1111f111 S61g83.I'1t at 31 ms Dmoflzu Jones lhg D1 mm Club was OI'gdI11Z9d at the close of the 1949 school tum and becfum utlm 111 beptembu of the same 5ea1 Club act1x1t1es mcluded the 11 LS9I1tdt10H of 1 qklt be 101 the xtudeut body and the 1nstallat1o11 of 21, Coke Hllihllle vsh ch xx Jq la.te1 tu111ed OVQ1 to tha student bodx V11 Leek IS the 2ldN1S9l If' 7 I 11' 'J ' -in--UUU--Y-nvnvnnwnnv-nn i A Q A N V 1 " 1 Vice-President ...,......,.,1,,11,1,.1111,,111111. 1.111 , . ,1,11 Patty Hogg , - " I. . ,. A. i V' 3 -2 . v 1 ' 3 ' VL l X - . - U 1 R a l v A ' VY X . Y v. I 7' ' ' l. x A I k A ' 5- . ' E .' ' ' ' I 2 ' I , ' " 1 ' ' ' ' Audio-Visual Club W' 1-K . 2 . , wiv-fmfqfqffx, I ,i Qui , , ' 13 l ' ,DD l ' 3.23 F I . Og - 1 . . cu 3 :. '1 l ' - 5 ff: l f E fl , -ll l '-f ' 3 52 l l l -i 2 V T 7 .ll l" V ' l::E 5 r V.. ll l 4 X 11 " 5353 '- ' 'G 3552 5- 1 X f 1- :::g - - A l ' 4 21 1' 3PM ' ,ls '- 1 L, N . ' Sf-' ' 1 Q '. 'I 'g NN- ' 4. . 5- A p4.A ' N v-. - A . --5 '-o-- ' .A , l l l l 9 E ' . l Q . 5 X O1l1LLl 5 PI'8SldCIlt A 1 I1 llmlp beuetars Tleasulel 'lflmff lon Iamlffqun AdXlS91 ill! Hall Anothu IILVS club Ill hlgh Lhool thls mu 1 thy Mfho XlNllll Klub lhlb club was 01gdl1lZ9Cl bx N11 Hall fO1 the purpose of helpuw mth usual ll15tlLlLl,Ol1 It has shown sexelal IHONIQS and one se111l The Pox ml Mounted P1c'eQ -X1 un Boys' Cooking Club ,Q LG Ns... N'-W W OFF1CEPb P1es1dent Inhn Snnpwn Vlce Plesldent Clau Hurd Scletary Kuzmflz II zllzs TIQRSUFQI Ruhanl bzuanf The Boys C0OklI1g Club was orgfuuzed bx the fmdxlsel Vhs Flon lhe pul pose of thls club IS to temch boys hovs to cook The membels IH the plctule fue Ralph I uttel Tom Kleezan John SITHDSOH and JQFIL Jones Othe1 membus fue Ixllx Pfune Petel Plte Tonv 1016110121 CdlVlI1 Chanew John Cavaner Claw Hurd kenneth Wlllls md Pmhald Bufmt . r 'Q' sf 1 -x ,X L y M, sd" u""n' - Q Q- ' ix ' M. " 4. Y u I . f V. 1 . 7 , " 1. . - ' . . 7 - , . y 7 ' v. . ' Uv . v' A -y A .Si 1 .nz " , . ' ' ' 2 . v ' . ' ' . . . .I . I -, . V . - . Y . A .. . . v . , - . v v v ' - 3 . y C 9 . ' ' . ' ' v . 4 v 7 1 . ' . - - - y. I . 1 . 9 n .V s ' 1 1 5' . - F. H.A. Q J L P1cs1de11t 11 111 1111 X me Plesldent 1111 1 Seuetau Junf Heunzq T1 9dSLl1'91 Dnnmz Dellf 1 -Xdxlsel I 11 ltlo C'1Qcl1 lol 1 1 L Q els me 1 . lu 111 XdI1Ob affalrs .1e11t1111 Jfutx ms men 111 1 st no 1114111 mmex 1f11s11111 1111 tt 111 111 11111 was 101 111 .1 t s11 Jewell b1a.tL and Llllle Jo M0019 attended tht d1st11Lt 111ttt111v 111 h1c111ts Pass JoA1111e Gftstho and Stella Le1ghto11 attended the state to111e11t1o11 l1f ld tt O1e,Qo11 btatt College 111 C0l'Xdll1S Ol"Fl TFIH ,, ., ,,,, ,, , IliH'.l11,1 ' - ' ' 1,,,1,1,111,..,,,.,.,.,1,,1111 ,, ,,.,11 , 1,,, Jw" I'mf.: . - 1111 1 1,111-N. '11 The l'lllIlll'C HOIllQlT1tll'iCl'S of America, il ll21tl0llkll l'lUlllt'lll2llit'l'S' club. was started in My' J 1' ' " tl1v l'i1'st timt this ytar. Thx 111111111 ll'l'l lJt't'l Yl'l'.Y 'wt' '- ' " " u' A Y-l ' - 1- 1" 5 g," l' ' 1111-s."h l 'l 'll'11 111111 'Y2ll'll dolls xxcrt- sold lllll' il 4 Q-" ,g 1 ',if't. l At"t' '-: l li ' l-t- Sl 'i11g'. Sadie Hawkins DATE ..... , A NOVEMBER 'P 1949 DAISY MAE JUNE HEYINC' LIL ABNEP TENNESSEE JIM DYKES Thanksgiving Dance 'Ci' GH EN BX THE STI DENT LODY 1 ..Y,, Y.VY.VYVV,YV VY,Y , 1 x ! I 'V W 1 ! ! ,paw 2fieE:55a-1'::-H.-1-:s:a--,.m,f14, ' .,:::."--V154- ., ,. i - 1 -uf f ,lg ,5 7 . '- I y - .- fx ,1:.m:12.,.: p f '-.J . v . , , N , A , Prlncess Prmcebs P1 mcesb HCMECUMING October 29 1949 ueen s Court IIN -X S Olxl 10Nlll-X MdY1lWllF19l1tlLbS kbuort f01dOI1 Scdubxough Joanne Blxant Lboort Bob Wlldel Mfuldnne bhllttllif Lsuolt Dluk Komp fi 3 9 QUIGC ' HMM. l,Ul' Wldlllflll ICJ' "' " . . MM Princess Lora Osborn Escort George Paroz ' . . 'lv . .,.k. '11, 1. U- . DONT TAKE MY PENNY MARSH 30 1950 PRESENTED BY THE JUNIOIY CLASS LAS'1 OF CHARAC'1If.R'5 SALLY mazd wzth a purpose NORMAN POTTER publzczty man PENNY pretty lzttle mzss CALEB her absorbed father MARK her farm mmded brother MAVIS her attractwe szster LYDIA her busy mother JOANNA her loyal gzrl frzend KERRY her resourceful boy frzend GREG hzs pal wzth zdeas GRAM yuvt herself MONSIEUR HENRI French devzgner CLAIRE LUCILE LUCILE RED the delwery boy HARRISON DAY young author STAGE DIRECTOR STAGE MANAGER COSTUMING COMMITTEE PUBLICITY MANAGER PROPERTIES CHAIRMAN COSTUMING COMMITTEE MAKE UP DIRECTED BY DONNA BRYANT LEE HALL FEB OAKLEY CHARLES MCKINNEY VIVEN WEAVER BETTY SIMPSON SONIA BARKER CAP DIE J N S MILTON WILLIS DOU AS .FRIP MARY LOU LAN R GAN LLOYD MCCLINTOCK MARILYN WILSON MARILYN HRENIRESS MARILYN FRENTRESS GORD N S ARB1 UGI-I AUGUST WERNER MARILYN WILSON GOR0 N WILLIAMS MARY COWLES BETTY HUMPHREYS ILENE EASTON TIM CORRIGAN JEAN VERRELL ILENE EASTON FEB OAKLEY III-:NE EASTON MR STEWART LEEK Assxsted by Mr Jack Klellflg and MISS Joanne MCKIHHCY CC 9 99 . , I 1 7 1 , 1 5 w v 1 , J . , ' . -----------A----------- A-----A----- I ' --T-----ATiVA--'AfiiffT----T-iiiTTTi'---i-- C TI' ,' ' ' ' .,...... QIIlliflliliilQilliifflli G ' A , '. --.,--, ..., .-.WT ..., , -, , ,-- ,, , , I 5 1 ELSIE pretty modezsliIIIIQIQQIQQllllfllljQ1QQIfQI1QQ--LNANcv AUSTIN "I I 5 l H ' f' THE HENPECKED HUSBAND MI IL Z1 11910 PRESENTED BY THE SOPHOMORE CLASS CAST OF CHARACTERS MR SAMUEL CASPAR DIXON D Mf.Cormzr'k MRS DIXON Bzllzc Jean Moss ELLEN DIXON Patsy Moan MRS FERGUSON JoAnne Gasclm James Snzzth Don Gzllespze Judy Forrest Jerry Joh zson Lozs Rudder FILBERT FERGUSON JERRY BARTON MRS JOHNSON REFORM SCHOOL HARRY NILSS ARNOhD MRS RUST Betty Scarbrough MRS JONES Mary Stephens MARQUIS Kenny Bond STAGE MANAGERS Juanm H1yanl Donna 111 mu Darrell Banos PROPERTIES Jun Rue Bzll Wmeqar Bzll Wren MAKE UP Dezdre Czauens Bealrzce Webb Joan McCarleu HOUSE Alzee Ward Joan McCarleU LeRoy McCarley John Jones TICKETS AND PROGRAMS Bzllze Jean Moss PUBLICITY Stella Lezghton Bzllze Jean Moss Jo Anne Gasclw Phzl Gnrmlcy Darrell McGarvey ANNOUNCER .,.,...,.,.....,.....,..... , - , - ,, .............Ye,. . .... Daniel Howc PROMPTERS .................. -- , , -- Peggy Jo Pace, Jewell Grat: DIRECTORS ...............,......... .--.-,- --Mrs.ln1oyem Veal Stewart Luk new qi Ah. CARNIVAL COURT NOVEMBEP 18 111411 Qunen Shulex Lhmu Ixmg JUHIOI Qusp Pzlncexs Jaan Vmnll Przncess Donna 11011111 Przncess Barbara Dfzhl Prmf 1' T1111 Cr11r1f1a11 Prmcc Phzlzp G111111If11 Przncc' Dzck Bo azth 'x. AROUND SCHOCL I fm g was af 'E NIIHSE Q 3' f- wk ATHLETICS I limi!!! J xc-val MA. slu- I 5155!-ff: Q. f M lg R ' q 1 Q' 1, - Sify xx gy S Q 5 , A P sig I kv? 5 if ' 'R k ' H i Q if 'L is ' f "2 . ' F - A-::A ...., ' Q. 1 -Q 5 ' ' s 1 . . -Mm--Q -.,' Y . ---- ,-Q.-, ww . f. " ' W wg yt -' ' - - - ' A n A b 1 if f 1 -1 Y i f A'1'.1: I i ' f ,P P Wig, , , 4 1, Q F, , J E . I, 5.5.1 5 1, M , ,QZQ V li I, 1 P S - ' ' 1 , 4A . 2 v L at ' ' .i an ,V g ',..,.gN, ,,,.. ,4,.,. QM., X ,M A,,,,i, H, ,.,.4,., ,Hi ., P , Y ' , , , m 1 Q vi 3 7 if' A Q 45: 1 ' w.,Q'S1 V A ' 2 I A . A ' , Y N A H - S 2 " 3 " 3' ' 'K ' n 4, '. ' N -. . if ' W A' 3 " Y r ' A 4 Q Ai: ,,--v- . -::,, A Q Q ' t 1 . , f A , , ! 51,52 E f J A Vlvllz H . ,A ,TN P A-F: ,Z In , W g . f f Q ff A L r 1 A W - - -.xgmxmx X MwWm W W-.. . , ,,., . ,N Y E L L LEADERS Jean Vexrell Donna B1 ydnt SONG LEADERS Toni Ba1ke1 Emma Lou Webe1 Nancy Aubtln LOId Osboln FCOTBALL lndu tht new eoaeh Jaek Klblllll, tht 'V111tlL meal V11s1t1 took to the 111olesk111 111 hopes oi a Wllllllllg season Nllle lettelmen James Holdel Tom Rlce Pom Hamm Bob Matthews Edgal Holl111ge1 Ceowe MLDa111el C0ld0l1 Scalblough bhdllli? Ileland and T1m Colrlgan formed the nucleus of the team The V1k1ngs started out mth the JDJ lambolee Septembm 17 1nd showed up well Vl11111111g,, tvso of th1ee sta1ts the wlklll s IJLL11111 llllllll h1r11pe1ed P1111 fillllgdll lhgllldl quartubaek tole the ealtllage of lns knee attu the Myltle P0ll1t ame but Lame back to plax 111 the Kerby game 111 uhmh he clacked hlS cheek bo11e James Holdel fullback splalned h s ankle but was able to flHlSh the season The most QQIIOLN IHILIIX 11 as the bleakmg of Captam Lob Matthews leg vwhlch hos pltalwed hlm f0l sum weeks fL0lfL MLDllllLl re1.11l11 Ielt end qult fo1 1 to11 slllectomx st t L Ol Lettumw wen. se111o1s bob Mttthuss l 111 llee ld Holl111ge1 James Holde1 Tom Hamm Geolge P8102 Kennx Neal and Bob F1oehl1ch JUHIOIS Gordon Scalbrough Challes Ileland Tlm Co111g111 Jlnl Paxne and J1m Dvkes sophomores Bob Wlldel D011 C1llesp1e Ph1l Cormley freshmen D1ck Ixomp and Don Smlth MHH1 Mntle M1 1 tle Mutln Mutle Mxltle Mutle Mutle l Geek C luk llulx Link Cleek C1eek C1eel1 11 Q I t ltlt l'o111t l V xosi lllll S lk 1 llll 1 I lusdspolt ' lxelby 18 Lentl 11 Po111t J COACH KIELING LAIl MATTHEWb 1 ,. 3 1 ...v .. ',' ,V ,A-1. , 1. ,Q ,. -' ' ' . v' ' . w ' I - 1 1- . -A - . ' 1 . . .. , , ' , v n l a Y n I 4 . n 1 I v 1 1 I b 1 I 1 X 4 v . I 4 4 . 0 I a . . . Y . K . Y. . r , ' - V! kv . . K., I 7- . gt x .2 I . l. --V 2 I l I . r . 1 ., .. . ,... . 1 '. ,,.',. , . , ' V Y K 0-. 1. . - . v ' v . ' v ' 1 -. ' 5 .Y 1 , . 1 i . . .v . y .. in . Y .. K . . u .' ' ' . v v. . , ' 1 . ' 3 . V V y ' - K K - . f L 1 ' ".'111 l1',r1 12 '1, 1 2' 1' 1 , ' "1 - When all the i11,iu1'ies Ckilllv, the Vikings had won three out ol' Your g'z1111es but lo: l'l'0lll her- 1. 1, 1- . -1' .1 k '10 lu., .1 ' -.-, . 1. 1 - . 1 . v . . . . ' - ' ' . - 1 7 s y . ., - v . ' ' ', 1 , 1 Q I ' 1 . 1 'reok 6 vs. llillldlill lil 3' 1 1' 1' 1' vs. l1lag'I1 Join 12 1 V11 123 vs. My' - ' .. 1 7'11' 7 vs. I' 51 'g' .l.V. 0 ' 1 7 vs. rJlltl"- If " 1 7111 YS. :xx K' 1 lv . I . - 7 VS. ' 1 - v .' ' 1' ' 6 vs. ' 'z ' 7 311-fx 0510 P Dxc M S MYRTLE CREEK N dmc Brownson Bryant Chaney orrlgan ykes Froehllch Canoe Gormley at amm 'E older if ollmger reland Komp Llncecum McCorm1ck Yeax Frosh Frosh Frosh Jumor Junior Senior Semor Soph Senlor Senior Senior Junior Frosh Soph . Soph :':IHdiCdt6b Stfuung Line-up N sQuAo Rosrsn 58 Name xMcDaniel 'gMatthews J Neal . .. Paroz . ,A 'YPayne .. J. Rice or T. Rice ,. Rutter xscarbrough Smith , Strong J Thacker Webb .ccc... 'gwiicler J J. Williams . Year Senior Senior Senior Senior Junior Soph Senior Frosh Junior A A A AW if we Q zuz A J 5 S 1, 5 Y.. if 9 V BQ? Q r fa I a Don' Frosh Junior Soph Junior Soph Junior :NC 0610? YH C .y "-. V '-'ra rv? ,lm 5 M ij: xiii ,vs ,pus- wa., ,lf BASKETBALL 'lhe Vikings leturning letteimen foi the season oi 1950 WQ10 Tom Rice George McDaniel and Tim Corrigan Boys Who rccelyefl letters ths yeai were Tom Rite Gan Burnett George McDaniel Tim Foiiig n Pob Wllclei Jon Gillespie, and Dick Komp LETTEPMLN Class N ame Height Average Games Points SQHIOI Gals Buinett Senior Tom Rice Senior Geoige McDaniel Junior Tim COl1lg3.l'l Soph Robeit Wilder Soph Don Gillespie Fiosh Dick Komp Jumoi Keith Thorp Junior Goidon Scaibrough Junioi Jack Hadley Fiosh Don Smith DISTRICT 5 Myrtle Myrtle Myrtle Myrtle Roseburg Reedsport Sutherlin Roseburg Reedsport Sutherlm Myrtle Myrtle Total J D J LEAGUE Points Creek Creek Creek Creek Creek Creek Ktrby vs Myrtle Creek Eagle Point vs Myrtle Creek Central Pomt vs Myrtle Creek Eagle Point vs Myrtle Creek Central Pomt vs Myrtle Creek 1 Total Points J 10 GAMEb NON LEAGUE Powers vs Myrtle Creek Coquille vs Myrtle Creek Powers vs Myrtle Creek 7 Myrtle Point vs Myrtle Cr ek CBA vs Myrtle Creek Coquille vs Myrtle Creek Riddle vs Myrtle Creek Myrtle Pomt vs Myrtle Creek Total Points SUB DlS'l RICT TOURNAMENT Siuslaw vs Myrtle Creek Sutherlin vs Myrtle Creek Total Points JUNIOR VARSITY Bottom Row Mgr Jzm Smzth., Darrell Bangs, Dzrk Bozarth John Cauaner Jay Jones, and Jzm Phzllzps Top row Don Sargent Calvm Chaney, Jzm Rzce Gordon Scarbrough, auf? Ralph Rutter I " , 'v' , n l , ' " L1 , ii A ' l N 1 ' - '- - ,-----,-V77Vw7-,,.7V7V.--,,,,,,,,,,,, 6' 3" 5.3 19 94 ' - ' ,.,,7vv,,-44A.-.,-,,,,,,7,,,,-,,,t-,,r, ,.t,,,, 6 ' 4" 3.4 19 94 ' - '- - ' ld-,,,,.wA7,-,,,,,V,,7,,,,,,,-,,,, 6' 1" 4.6 21 96 ' ' ' ,,,,,w,,w7Al,,,,,,,,,t,,,r,,,,vtttttttt. 5' 8" 7.0 12 83 , - ' .,-,---,,,,,,vv,7777,,,-,,,,,,,,,,,,r, 5'10" 3.7 Z1 78 , ' ' -------,-,777,7-A,,,,,,V,VVVVVV ,,,.,,,,, 5 ' 9" .8 Z0 90 Q , ' 7,,V,77,,,,A,-,.,,,,,,,7VVll,,ll,,,,,,,,v,t, 5' 9" .9 17 li' Junior Gordon Williams .,........t.,.,.........ttlttt,... 5' 9" -8 133 10 ' - ' -,---------,---,----V,A,,g,g,,--.-,,,---,, 5' 9" .0 3 0 ' ' ' ---.,-------------,VAA--Yg-,-, 7' H .0 0 4 ' - - ,,.,,,,,,,,,,-,,,,..-.-,,,.4A.-,,,w,,Vw, 6' 3" .0 0 7 ' . , ' ,,-.,--,,,,,,--,-.,,,,w,,,,,,-,s,,,,,,,l,,,, 6' 0" .05 1 20 35 1 vs. 27 27 t . 51 - vs. 31 55 - 32 ' vs. 31 29 U - 42 vs. 33 62 - C 51 vs. 18 20 - -. - - 40 ' vs. 28 57 H - .. .. 30 D . 252 ' 168 76 ' - . . . 356 ' ' 25 3 . 38 ' -2 ' -' - ' 34 ' . 29 K , 40 ' . 26 53 . - 34 ' . 30 35 '- 41 ' . 20 W- , - .-... 1 88 ' l"'4 ' l43 BASEBALL 5 I X Q.. Bottom row-Gary Burnett Calvm Clack Tzm Corrzqan Bob Matthews Georae McDan1el Mzddle rou, Phzlzp Gormley George Heath Dzck Komp Bob Wzlder Jay Jones Mgr Carl Walzn Back row-Jack Meshew Jzm Payne Jzm Phzllzps Don Smzth, Don Gzllespze xx Hlllllg' the lust three JDJ tllte and loslng 1 non le rguc game mth the Oakland Oals lhe leturumg lettermen hom the 1919 beabon VSQIQ Lalvm Clack, Bob Mattheww Ken Neal f3lV Bulnett and GCOIQQ McDamel Qemors and Tlm Corrlgan rumor The Plep squad of 1949 won the J DJ league tltle, vunnmg all 8 games The Myltle Creek Prep Squad was coached br Forrest Loghry The 1950 squad IS m rdc up mostly of underclassmen 1 - ' . I I The Myrtle Creek Vikings Prep Baseball squad started the 1950 season by Track Bottom row Ron McGzllzs Kezth Thorp Albert laznes ohn Szmpson Ken Bond John Jones Waune Pollard Kezth Lezghton and Leonard Faulkner Mzddle rou, Bzlly Johnson Gordon Wzl lzams Ron Szmmons Rzchard Strong Alfred Thacker Leonard Pollard and Don Shelton Top rou, Coach Mr Barkhurst Don Sargent Bob Fr ehllch Bob Wzlder Douq Trzpp and Izm Dykes 'lhe Myltle Cleek H1gh School T1ackmen ale faclng then fust N081 oi mack aitel It h ld been d1 opped for many yeals Lp to -X1JI'1l P7 John Jones stal of Myltle Cleek T13Ci won and xunno of the 100 yi ci Hash has xx on hwh honoxs fox the squad Jones mn the 100 vud dash 1n 109 It Rosebmg The Vlxrtlc Cleek Tlack Squad IS coached bw Mwl I'arlxhu1st who IQ 1 gzaduate ol Vaclilc ll1lX61S1tX - . . . . , J . , , I' ' v . f. ' 1 a . - ' ' . ' . y . . ' - .. . ' 3 . ' 2 ' ' . The Trackmen have been in four meets, Winning two first places, second and third, a - ' L . h , .,,.. . . . fm . F- , -23. .., ., , A . . ' .1 --,C . Q 2 . . A A lv , . , 1 . ' 4 4 lv my - 5. . .L 1 'K Z ., , x ' INTRAMURAL SPORTS An llltldmllldl pl0gldm ww ms started thls mal and trophles wele bought 101 the bow CllNlSl0l1 by the classes Wmnus oi the gnls contest mem xolluball Sblll0lS basketball semors A softball ploglam IS now bung stalted b the bmsebnll lettumen M1 Ioghrv gave full chalge of Oflltldtlllg' and xulmg the frames to the scmon lcttelmtn M llouston was 111 charge of the gnls Glrls Basketball Boys' Softball ' -. -- - v- vi S 1 - 'I1 vi. -, . ' K y . ' u 7 , . v' ' Y 0 I 1 ' , .S ' , ,-' . S' . ,K v . ,: v , v . ' .1 , ' .sz . - , . , L- , ' -K . Winners fo" the boys were: football, seniors: basketball, seniors. L. ' . . -. 'S ,' . . . V , i . , 2' X- N . . nu J r I I . I , . .. . 1 ' . 6 .': ' ' X l ' 1 . rs. 'S '-'- u y . 2' Rghxxpmwf 1' '53 nv 76 T""Zl' iz. may ., .....,.., fb -5? QV V ,mm Q Ea! '25 22 AHA A Q' Aw hi 46 SPDNSCRS ROSEBURG AND VICINITY Nielson's Market Roseburg Lumber Co. Smith Motors --- Oldsmobile --- G.M.C. Trucks Douglas County State Bank J. V. Sporting Goods Mabel Lewis Dress Shop Chapel of the Roses --- Roseburg Funeral Home Long and Orr Mortuary Bates Candy Co Hudson Duncan Company Roseburg Motor Co Buick, Cadillac Pontiac Hansen Motor Co Coen Supply Co News Review LANGENDORF Bread Allen Moore ROSEBURG Venetlans N Jack On SIG FETT ROSEBURG HUDSON COMPANY PI-IILLIP S OFFICE SUPPLY UMPQUA FLORISTS CARSTEN S FURNITURE CO DAIRY QUEEN PRODUCTS MOORES CAFE 211 Cass Street ROSEBURG .IEWELERS STEECK ELECTRIC CO CALIFORNIA OREGON Power Co RADIO STATION KRNR BERGI-I S APPLIANCE SERVICE DENN GERRETSEN WESTERN EQUIPMENT CO DONUT BAR DOUGLAS SUPPLY CO FARM BUREAU Douglas County ROY GORDON Omer IDIIIEWD HOTEL GR AND ASHCRAET JEWELRY RAINBOW CAFE OUTDOOR STORE EARCUS SALES sl SERVICE INTERSTATE Tractor sl Equipment PAUL B HULT LBR CO CDIllardj Wmston Electuc CO D1llaId Gauge GOlclIe S BOOteIy MIIIOI S Rosebuzg S fmest dept StOl D lVIO1'12lICl1 Deb S MaIket Inclustual Electrlc Supply CO TOZQI Sheet Metal Works Tlues Gmcely lwmstom Duve Inn Mauket J M Baltley Garage Thomas Lumber CO Inc CD1llaIdJ Lowells home Of beautlful Style UMPQUA PRODUCE a d HATCHERY UNION GARAGE DEAN BUBAR Ont metrlst WHARTON BROS Seeds heed If rt II er 1I:llggElg?JI1.iE LOGGING SUPPLY JOVIN BRAKE SUPPLY G MEAT COMPANY PARKINSON FOOD STORE HOWARUDS HQSQWARQQ Wforst 5 WINSTON MEAT MARKET IIALLS JEWELRY f e atches ROSEBURG REFRIGERATION I O efI md CLARKS STUDIO A d CAMERA SUPPLIES I O O O ' - . 111 , 5 . I - ' ' -- . AS 7 X 7 , , Q , ' 0 I ' ' ' - 7 1 I ' .I - , 7 - ,, , , i ,. in i P' 1 Roseburg Business College LUV91'U9,S DFQSS Shop ., . ' ' - ' ' S n . , -0 ' .--I ',' ,'ei'zS ' in On v "YO r Frien Servi S e" 1 I -ID VV - zI,IO"5 rem "1 I 10 I, ' fl ' MYRTLE CREEK AND VICINITY FIR MANUFACTU RING COMPANY Kenny's Tavern The Golden Rule Lent's Clothing Store Kelly Furnlture Co Kusler s Market Myrtle Creek Tavern U S National Bank Myrtle Drug Co Myrtle Creek Bulldlng Supply Wlnston G' Wmter Realty Jones Insurance Agency Riddle Manufacturing Co Van Dune Meat Co Wholesale, Custom Work Coslme's Jewelry Myrtle Creek Hospital and Staff Myrtle Creek Ma11 Communlty Supply Sz Lumber Co FOPD S CHICKEN DINNERS MYRTLE DAIRY PRODUCTS R 8z C DEPARTMENT STORE BOB S ELECTRIC COMPANY COFFEE CUP GRILL DOUGLAS CO FLOUR MILLS C arence and Helen Hamm Roseburg and Myrtle Creek SUPERIOR SERVICE VERA M WHITE Accountant VEDDERS MARKET HANKS SHOES 8: REPAIR UMPQUA TELEPHONE CO DOUGLAS FUEL CO Vlc Cornutt MYRTLE CREEK GARAGE HAMLIN S MARKET fCanyonvllIeJ MYRTLE CREEK BAKERY TRI CITY RE-DY MIX Les and Vlvlan Lawrentz TRI CITY LUMBER CO I ING S BARBER SHOP TRI CITY MANUFACTURING CO DR C W CLARIDGE Dentist THE CLUB CAFE always open R A BRIGGS 8: SONS Loggmg Co THE DONUT HOLE LEE S UNION SERVICE Y DELBERT R. PIERCE, Accountant JAMES MCGINTY, Attorney-at-Law 4 ' I ' , MYRTLE CREEK AND VICINITY Western Stores-H I Grlmore Campbell Plumbmg Company Hasco Rad1o Electr1c Company Klnneys Varlety Store Umpqua Machme Shop Blbby s Bendlx Self Servrce Laundry Mlckelson s Barber Shop Evan s Plchfleld Servrce Buckhorn Lumber Co Eastons School Store Myrtle Creek Weldlng 8L Machrne Works Dr J P Wrlson Dentrst Super Y Market Dons Food Store C E Rodman Chevron Dealer fCanyonv1llej G Sz J Mobrl SGFVICC fCanyonv1llel Canyonvrlle Hardware Pop Greens Palnt 2nd Hand Store Smlth s Unlon Ser v1ce fCanyonv1llej Aldred Auto Wreckmg fTr1 Crtyl The Market H W Stockton Wrnnre s Ser VICG Statlon Rrchmard Ice Cream RIDDLE CLEANERS MYRTLE GROVE MOTEL CHAPS PLACE CAFE STANS JEWELRY ALSPAUGHS FEED d SEED STORE SANDERS GROCERY CITY MEAT MARKET MYRTLE CREEK BODY SHOP MYRTLE CREEK CLEANERS JOHNSONS TRAILER PARK RIO THE TER A RIMELL FEED d SEED 1Ca e VALLEY AUCTION RICHFIELD STATION G a d Ga RICHFIELD STATION CR1ddleJ G Cer es Ga RIDDLE ASSOCIATED SERVICE COLLINS GARAGE fR ddlej SKY WAY GROCERY KT 1C1ty7 MIDWAY CAFE 8z STATION QT Ctyj THEL a d CLAUD WILSON p tte y and g fts DAYS CREEK STORE OTHERS Freeman, Hayslup and Tuft Portland A SUSSMAN COMPANY Portland INDUSTRIAL AND INSTITUTIONAL SUPPLY COMPANY Portland HOWARD MAPLE Portland KENNELL ELLIS STUDIO Eugene MYRTLE CREEK MAIL PRINT Y. 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