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

 - Class of 1953

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Al Neet Superintendent of Schools A R. J. Karp George Childress H1gh School Principal Grade School Principal I 1 4 Geneva Kelley Doyle Pressnall I'rimary Swhool l'if'1'-Prinr-iprzl Tri-C'f'fy Grurle Sr-lzool Prinw'pu1 Hose Whisenant Dean of Girls, Senior Class Adviser, Annual Adviser, Eng- lish III and IV. isnt e:5' Fm'1'e-st I.ogh1'y Athletic Diref-tor, B a s e b all Coavlz. World Ilistorbu, Drivers' Traininq. Facuky Myrl BZ11'khU1'St Sophomore Cla ss Adviser. Camera Club Adviser, Sociolo- logical Testinff, General Sci- ence. Physics. in f-5 'fl' Jack Kieling Student Council Adviser, So- cial EC., World Geography Health. Elma Hewitt G.A.A. and Pep Club Adviser Girls' Physical Education. W1-ndell Hull Carniral and Audio-Visual Ad- viser, Gmmral Math, Adnan:-Uri Math, Svnior Math, Geometry Algebra. In ,agar -v- " Ilolwrl AlJ1'ahunmn1 Il. M. Robbins Enqlish I. Boys' P. World Ilislory, Basfetball C o a C IL, T r a C k A.s.s1.sIa11f. I'rf.xIzma11 Clam Ad 1'i.s0r. N461 ,mf I 3 Sully Hfbllfllxilll Luis IIN-W. Girls' Lwagflu' Adri.w'r. SfIZCl'F'7I? Iizlrllish II, Math. Jnurzlalix l:'z1112Iwzn11f'11! S1'7'IAil'f', 7'zfpmv1 D,-a,,ZaHc.5 Slmrtlzarzd. Richard L. McClintic Director of Instrumental Mus- ic, Allegro Club Adviser. Aubrey Van Loo Football Coach Block M Ad vzser U S History World Geography Assistant Baseball Coach Puth Osborn Home Ec., F.H.A. Adviser Philip Valdes Susan Butler Industrial Arts, Mechanical Counselors' Club Adviser, Li- Dfllwing- 5 brarian, Spanish Club Adviser. H From left to rzght back row Larry Henderson Jack Kezlzng Admser Jerry Mans Jzm Henry Front row Glorza Burnett Amelza Stzmson Admser Florene Payne Carolyn Rust Dzck Komp Wanda Leonard Johnny M Cauley Loveta Osbom Maryorze Whzte and Elame Cathcart Student Council The Student Counc1l has been very busy thls year pxomotmg many new ldeas that the members belleve w1l1 help the students now and those who are to come The Students Counc1l IS composed of the Student Body Presldent Dlck Komp V1ce Presldent Florene Payne Secretary Carolyn Rust Treasurer Wanda Leonard Sergeant at arms Johnny McCauley Semor Class Presldent Amella Stlmson Jumor Class Presxdent Loveta Osborn Junlor Class representatlve Glorla Burnett Sophomore Class Pres1dent Larry Henderson Sophomore Class representatlve Jerry Marls Freshman Class Presldent J1m Henry Freshman Class representatxve Elame Cathcart and Yell Queen MarJor1e Whxte On October 21 22 ten student council members and Mr Jack Klellng thelr ad vlser attended the Student Counc1l Conference ln Klamath Falls A Blue and Gold Day was promoted by the Student Counc1l and prlzes were glven for the most orlgmal xdeas An employment servlce was started wlth Loveta Osborn ln charge of It The student councxl plans to get part t1me Jobs for the students 1n hlgh school who want them Because of the locatlon of the school on the road the student councll formed a safety commrttee of Jerry Marls Joann W1ll1ams and J1m Ph1ll1ps and trxed to get slgns and a cross walk ln front of the school During basketball season the councll sold Vlklng Decals to students and town people They helped wlth act1v1t1es to get money for the football hghts thls fall and trled to further the mterest of the students The student councll has been very much concerned about the hlgh school stu dents They want a bulldlng for students recreatlon but so far thelr search for a bulldlng has been unsuccessful although they are stlll trymg to locate one The council members were very happy when they learned that the evaluators commended the student councll very hlghly because of 1ts organlzatlon and actlv lties - 1 1 1 1 1 - 1 1 1 1 . 0 l 1 1 1 V 1 1 , . a 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - ' ' - , . 1 1 - 1 1 1 . i From left to rzght standzng Wanda Johnson secretary Jun Ly Ashley Rzclzard Geer Mr Karp prznczpal Kneelznq Florene Payne Nancy Brown Amelza Stzmson Maru Stephens qeneral offzce secrctavzf Pat Kelley "1 9 Qlcxcuce Staff lhl olllu stull made up of lOU1 guls and Luo bow unflel the supelxlslon of Wanda John Non .md N11 Ixfup lnalxu out the absentee hots, lou llllllj., tXDlI1,Q and othu gcnual ofllce xx olk lhu xlso will cnletelm tlckets, make ou L cl Nll1JN and xdmlt Sl1DQ, amxsu the telephone and flelnu nlusfxges Thex gxeet xmtoxs and help neu students become acqualnted xx 1th ou1 school Thex meaty l11StlI'I1D16SSl0I1S fol the school ull 1 zwn surf! Cafeteria The Myrtle Creek school cafeteria is performing noteworthy service toward filling noon meal demands ol' children in the district. To date the project has its financial statement in the black. From the first of school until Christmas vacation a total of 28,208 meals were served through the cafeteria kitchen. That number includes the food taken to Tri-City and served there. Total receipts amount to 310,202.62 with total expenses for food and labor S10,,11I3.14. The cafe- teria has a paid-up inventory on hand of 3645.52 in food and supplies. The balance will pay for gas for cooking' and janitor service. The Financial statement is gratify- ing' to the board ol' education, whice de- ,H in cided the cafeteria should be on a sell'- If supporting' basis. With children eating there on a voluntary basis, it was felt that only those eating there should pay. The cafeteria receives some govern- ment aid. Surplus commodities are also purchased lor a low figure - usually the shipping' costs. To receive the aid, free meals must be given to needy children. Twelve to 17 free meals are served per day. The largest number of meals served on any one day was 810, the number eating a turkey dinner there bel'ore vacation. From left to right: Edith Baum' oarner, Josephine Ronk, Sybil BTLUCl7lf..Bf'ff,ll Lore. head cook and dietitian. BOTH Hat xx 'Gun -l Bus Drivers From left to rxght Sam Jones Jack Sellers bus foreman Ira Roblson Preston Wynegar Ray robe t Ray Norton Harold Bur elson We extend our thanks also to the bus drners who hung many uf we to school ln good and bad weather all durlng the year The records show that they have been very safe and careful through the years and we know that they wlll contmue to be so custodians From left to rlght Dale Whxse nant mamtenance SUDEIVISOF Emma Robmson Curt Whlse nant Kenneth Ronk W A Low lance Earl Reed We have much to thank our custodlans for If lt wele not for the1r cleanmg and epalrmg after us we could not be so proud of our school and campus H- kk 2. r X 1 . ! ., ., X xx T. W ...wt A, Q - I ..-, y ' - - . . ' . ' , - ' ' lr , F . . t , , . f . v , ' . , 1 ' C - . , . . L, , D v ' ' . W L 1 b 1 f X uufrumillll mf W fg Y Y K I Y ,734 A N W f CJ A J , tk ' 1 1153 v LM .5 X Zfffg-f J -'-2 'Q "d"r- tgp? 'hd Q' ms' Sensors John Simpson Track-2. 3, 4 Football--4 Intramurals-1, 2, 3, 4. Block "M"-2, 3. 4 Boys' Cooking Club-1 Rifle Club-2 Class Plays-2, 3 Carnival-1. 2. 3, 4 Myrtleaf Staff-4 Boys' Chorus-2 Mixed Chorus-2 Venore Deardorff Annual Solicitor-4 Myrtleaf Staff-4 Mixed Chorus-2, 3 Girls' Chorus-2 Girls' Seztet e-3 Class Play-3 Pen Club-1, 2 Carnival-1, 2, 3, 4 Office Staff-2 Journalism Conference -,Representative--4 Johnny Cavauer Class Representative-2. 3 Carnival Prince-C Annual Sports Editor-3 Myrtleaf Staff-4 Carnival-1, 2, 3, 4 Boys' Cooking Club-1 Student Council Rep. to Roseburg-3 Block "M" Treasurer-4 Student Council-1, 2, 3 Jouranlism Confere ire Representative-4 Basketball Captain-4 Ardelle Weaver G. A. A.-1. 2. 3, 4 Class Play-2 Student Body Play-'B Christmas Play-3 Intramurals-1, 2, 3, 4 Library-2, 3 Carnival-1, 2, 3. 4 Drama Club-1 Myrlleaf Staff-4 Class Sergeant-at-arnzs 4 Edith Ireland Intramurals-1, 2, 3 G. A. A.-1, 2, 3. Pep Club-1 Band-2 Mixed Chorus-2, 3 Girls' Chorus--2, 4 Girls' Seztet-3 Class Secretary-1 Class Serg7eant'at-Arms2 Class Treasurer- 4 Carnival-1, 2, 3, 4 Carnival Chairman--4 Junior'-Senior Prom Chairman-3 Mothers' Tea Chairman 3 Class Play-3 Annual Editor-4 Plan Dav Clzairinan-3 F. H. A. Officer-4 F. II. A.-1 Library Staff-3 Sadie Hawkins Chair- :nan-C Rifle Club-2 Rifle Club Treasurer-3 G A. A. Reporter-3 Dick Komp Football-1, 2, 3, 4 Basketball-1, 2. 3, 4 Baseball-1, 2, 3, 4, Block "M" President-3 Class President-2 Homecoming Escort-1 Carnival Prince-2 Carnival-1, 2, 3, 4 Class Play-3 Student Body President 4 Block "M" 1, 2, 3, 4 Play Stage Manager-2 Annual Solicitor-4 Marianne Shirtcliff Homecoming Princess-1 Pep Club-1, 2, 3 G. A. A.-1, 2, 3 Intramurals-1, 2, 3 Pep Club Publicity Mgr. 4 Class Play-3 Yell Leader-2 Rally Sauad-3 Office Staff-2 Drama Club-1 Vice Pres. of Pep Club-4 Wanda Leonard Student Body Treasurer4 Service Club-4 G. A. A.-1. 2. 3, 4 F. H. A.-1 Carnival-1, 2, 3. 4 Intramurals-1, 2. 3. 4 'S- QS 'if -a , Jlm Phllllps eball 2 zramurals 1 2 3 Blok M Pres-4 Murtleaf Staff 4 Journalism Conf Rep-4 rnzial 1 2 S A zo Visual 2 3 Rifle Club-2 Florene Payne Rally Squad-3, 4 Pep Club-1. 2. 3. 4 Ienewe Smith Murtleaf Sta!! 4 G r S Chorus 3 A A rnzial 1 2 Intramurals 1 Annual Co Edltor 4 Mixed Chorus 2 3 Pep Club President-3 Student Body Vice-Presb dent-4 Carnival Princess-3 Homecoming Princess-4 Daisy Mae-4 Carnival-1, 2. 3, 4 G. A. A.-1. 2, 3. 4 Intramurals-1, 2. 3, 4 Junior ' Senior Banquet co-chairman-3 Myrtleaf Staff-4 Mothers' Tea-3 Student Council-4 District Five Student Council Rep.-4 Homecoming Chairman 3 Lewis Noah Transferred f r o m Co- quille-3 LeRoy McCauley Block "M"-2. 3. 4 Class .Play Stage Man ager-3 Myrtleaf Staff-3 Baseball-2, 3. 4 Intrafzurals-2, 3. 4 Chorus-4 Carnival-4 Etheleen Benn Class Secretary-4 Girls' League Vice-Pres! Wident-4 Pep Club-1. 2, 3. 4 G. A. A.-1, 2. 3. 4 Majorette-2 Carnival-1, 2. 3. 4 Intramurals-1. 2. 3 Grace Nloan lztramurals 1 2 Izl,rary Sta!! 3 4 Pep Club-2 . H. A.- Carol Hadlev Y F C-4 rary 1 3 Myrtleaj Staff-4 il!" Nu it- Mar,1or1e Frentress Annual Solicitor-4 Intramural Sports-1, 2. 3, 4 G. A. A.-2. 3, 4 G. A. A. President-4 Carnival Queen-4 Rally Squad-4 Pep Club Treasurer-4 Pep Club-2, 3, 4 F. H. A.-2, 4 F. H. A. President-4 Class President-3 Student Representative 2 District 5 Convention-2 A. A. U. Convention-3 Junior-Senior Banquet . Chairman-3 Service Club-3 Won Magazine Trophy and watch-2 Girls' League Pres.-3 Jerry Jones Basketball-2, 3, 4 Football-4 Block "M"--2, 3, 4 Cooking Club-1 Rifle Club-1 Homecoming Escort-4 Amelia Stimson G. A. A.-1, 2, 3, 4 G.A.A. Sgt.-at-arms-4 G. A. A. Vice-President and Reporter-4 Pep Club-1, 2, 3 Service Club-3 Student Council Rep. for Service Club-4 Service Club-4 Student Council-1, 4 Class Representative-v Class President-4 Rod 8: Gun Club-1 Library-3 Office-4 Myrtleaf Staff-4 F.H.A. Vice-President-4 Carnival-1, 2, 3. 4 Carnival Purchasing Chairman-4 Intramurals-1, 2, 3, 4 Annual Solicitor-4 Basketball Queen-4 Pat Kelley Transferred from Box Elder, Texas-2 Class Play-2 In tram urals-4 Sgt.-at'arms-4 Pep Club Secretary-4 Office Staff-4 Carnival-3. 4 Ray Adslt Tranferred from Riddle -3 Football-3. 4 Track-3. 4 Ilomecoming Escort-3 Class Vice President-3 Block "M"-3, 4 Carnival Parking Chair- :nan-4 Carnival 3, 4 Intramurals-3, 4 Donna Voss Transferred from Sweet Home--l Intramurals--1, 2, 3. 4 Myrtleaf Staff-3 Girls' Chorus-2 Mixed Chorus-2 Carnival-1, 2, 3, 4 D. A. McCormick Publicity Manager-2 Football-2 Basketball Manager-2 Band-3 Class Play-3, 4 Master of Ceremonies Jr.-Sr. Banquet-3 Dance Band-3, 4 Pep Band-3, 4 Allegro Club-3, 4 Jim Richards Transferred from Lincoln High, Seattle-4 Audio-Visual-4 Intramurals-4 Was: we 2 J 3 my 'Z l Marjorie White Yep Club-1. 2. 3, 4 G. A. A.-1. 2. 3, 4 Intramurals-1. 2, 3, Carnival-1, 2. 3. 4 Studetlt Council-1. 4 Class Secretary-2 Carnival Princess-2 Chorus fGirls'f-2 Band-2. 3. 4 Majorelte-2. 3 Band Vice-President-3 Girls' League Treas.-. Rally Squad-3 Class Play-3 Allegro Club-3. 4 Allegro Club President-4 Chr. of Homecoming-4 Yell Queen-4 Homecoming Queen-4 LeRoy Moore Intramurals-1, 2, 3, Cornelia Lowrance Transferred from Riddle -1 F. H. A. Degree Chair- man-4 Carnival-3, 4 Chairman of Prize Com mittee-4 Intramurals-4 Spanish Club-4 Employment Service-4 Student Body Play-3 Senior Class Vice-Presi- den t-4 Don Bulmer Carnival Kino-4 Intramurals-3. 4 Annual Solicitor-4 Ralph Rutter Foolball-2, 3 Class Treasurer-2 Block "M"-2. 3, 4 Myrllea! Staff-4 Audio Visual-4 Carnival-1, 2. 3. 4 Boys' Cooking Club-1 Carlene Rust Band-3, 4 Girls' Chorus-2 Mixed Chorus-2. 3 Sextet-3 Intramurals-1. 2. 3. 4 Pep Club-1, 2 Alegro Club-4 Class Play-2, 3 Rifle Club-2 Myrtleaf Staff-4 Nancy Brown Transferred from Auber- ry. Calif.-3 Band-4 Carnival Adv. Chairman -4 Carnival-3. 4 Band Manager-4 Student Body Play-3 Allegro Club-4 Myrtleaf Staff-4 Office-4 Jacquelyn Smith Transferred from Van- couver Wash.-4 Ronny McGillis Audio-Visual-1, 2, 3, 4 Block "M"-2, 3, 4 Track-2, 3 Football Manager-2, 3 Library Staff-4 Intramurals-1, 2, 3, 4 Stage Manager Class - Play-3 Offical Scorer Intramural Basketball-3, 4 Service Club-4 Cooking Club-1 Football Statistician-4 Gladys Starbuck Transferred from Baker -2 Intramurals-2, 3, 4 Carnival-2, 3, 4 Class Play-2 Student Body Play-3 G. A. A.-2, 3, 4 F. H. A.-4 Pep Club-2, 3, 4 Kenney Willis Boys' Cooking Club-1 Football-D Block "MH-2, 3, 4 Myrtleaf Staff-4 Carnival Booth Chair- man-4 Intramurals-1, 2, 3, 4 Carnival-1, 2, 3 Annual Snapshot Editor -4 Student Body Play-3 Class Plays-2, 3 Audio-Visual-1, 2, 3 Track-4 Evelyn Bales Barbara Deihl Carnival Princess-1 G. A. A.-2, 3 Pep Club-2, 3 Carnival-1, 2, 3 Maiorette-2 Myrtleaf Staff-3 Richard Bryant Block "M"-2, 3, 4 Football-2, 3, 4 Homecoming King-4 Homecoming Prince-2 Rifle Club-2 Carnival-2, 3 Intramurals--1, 2, 3, 4 Li'l Abner-4 Myrtleaf Staff-4 Dolores Bartley Transferred from Los Angeles-2 Intramurals-2, 3, 4 Carnival-3 Pep Club-4 Anita Martin Transferred from Taft High--3 Pep Club-3 F. H. A.-3 ...A 'Qs Q 110 Pete Patt Betty Ogborn Football-2. 3. 4 Assistant Student Body Block "M"-2. 3. 4 trcas.--3 Carnival-1. 2. 3 Carniral-1. 2. 3, 4 Intramurals-1 Intramurals-1. 2. 3, 4 Pep C111 b-4 Class Play-3 ,N fi! Peggy Lincecum Jack Meshew Transferred from Nor- Tiflheball-2. 3. 4 wood, Misxouri-2 Block "M"-2. 3. 4 Cgrniya1..2, 3 Intra-murals-1, 2. 3. 4 . Intramurals-2, 3, 4 C0"f1l1'l1I-1. 2. 3, 4, Rs? 5, V P017 Club-2, 3 ,Q 'fir f . i-- FJ - C 1 li Martha Lassater KJ? Broun 43" Transferred from Down- PCP,Cl11b-1- 2- 3, 4 cy, California-4 Offlf? 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othe1 classes hop1ng they w1ll use It to the best advantage 4 To the faculty we w1ll our strength both mental and physlcal h0p1ng they w1ll not have to use the phys1cal but knowmg they w1ll need the mental ala-'Ii' puttlng up wxth us for four years A ICLE II Indlvldually we bequeath the followmg I Ronme MCGIIIIS do hereby bequeath my athletlc ab1l1ty to Wllson Baxne I John Cavaner do hereby leave to Ralph Adslt my ab1l1ty to go out wlth women but nevel get klssed I Edlth Ireland w1ll my small feet to Terry Lampert knowmg they w1ll look well on hel I Lewls Noah do bequeath to Earl Bumgarner my safe sane drlvlng knowlng h1s mother w1ll ap preclate It I J1m Ph1ll1ps do hereby leave my transportatlon system to anyone w1th the t1me and a car who an manage 1t I Johnny Slmpson leave my freshman glrl frlends to the freshman boys knowmg they need the'n I R1chard Bryant w1ll my husky physlque to Danny Johnson knowlng the combxnatlon w1ll be fatal man glrls appx ec1ate I I Kenny W1ll1s w1ll my tumbllng ab1l1ty to Wesley Larson and hope that he w1ll learn to fall on h1S head gracefully Leneve Smlth w1ll my freshman boy frxend and my ab1l1ty to get along 1n study hall to the fre h knowmg they can use both Ardelle Weaver w1ll my quxetness and sweet personallty to Dav1d Doud knowlng the teachers w1ll Venore Deardorff w1ll Ralph to any Jumor glrl that thmks she can get h1m Barbara Delhl w1ll my hexght to Barbara Schllep hopmg that the two together w1ll reach 5 3 I Leroy McCauley leave my red whlskers to Kenneth Turk reallzlng they wlll look extremely mce w1th h1s ha1r I Wanda Leonard w1ll my t1ny wa1stl1ne to Ted Vander Weyst knowmg hell look really streamllned on the basketball court I Gladys Starbuck w1ll my hab1t of fllftlhg to Elalne Cathcart hopmg she doesnt over do It I Etheleen Benn w1ll my men fr1ends ln the hospltal to Doris Henderson reallzlng the time w1ll then fly I Dolores Bartley w1ll my Job of makmg popcorn to Donna Seeley hopmg she doesnt eat too much and get sxck Leroy Moore w1ll my Southern accent to LOUISE Leonard hoplng she puts 1t to use Grace Moan w11l my earrings to GIOTIB Ward hoplng she w1ll enjoy them as much as I have Pat Kelley w1ll my ab1l1ty to fold handbllls to Alleen Palo knowlng that she w1l succeed 1n th1s wolk Betty Ogborn w1ll my red ha1r and Ke1th to mv cousm Bxlly Jean 1f she can collect Marlanne Shlrtcllff w1ll Georgles beaut1fu1 curly blonde ha1r to anyone who thmks she can get lt Marjorie Frentress w1ll my dlet to Mmss Hewltt hopmg she doesnt have to use It Peggy Llncecum w1ll my curly ha1r to the basketball teams They won t need crew cuts from now on Jacquelyn Walker Smlth leave my correspondence courses to Arlene B1ankensh1p hoplng she has as much trouble wxth them as I dld Kay Brown w1ll my danclng ab1l1ty to Loretta Smxth knowlng shell be a real h1t Anlta Martm w1ll my red ha1r to Carol Ogborn hopmg she won t cause a r1ot commg down the hall Jack Meshew w1ll my dr1v1ng tlckets to Ke1th Noah hoping he enjoys them as much as I have Ray Ads1t w1ll my emoyment of argumg w1th the teachers to Mr Klelmg so hell really be good at argumg Amella Stlmson w1ll my Packard to Ralph Young and hls slster Clala so they can really r1de ln style Jerry Jones leave my love of money to any one who needs lt and my love of the Dem arty to the Repubhcans Donna Voss w1ll my helght to Davld Creson knowlng that Myltle Creek w1ll then best star 1n the West Don Bulmer leave my ab1l1ty to get and trade cars to any sucker that w11l have them J1m Rlchards w1ll my ab1l1ty to work w1th radlos to Bobby Sorter and hope he doesnt get shocked Carol Hadley w1ll my sweet sm1le to the coaches durlng the sports seasons knowmg they can use It Florene Payne w1ll my sllly glggle to Trudy Theuerkauff hopmg the combmatlon wont drlve basketball people crazy fenders Nancy Brown w1ll my squeaky suede shoes MHFJOTIE White leave my soft sweet volce Ralph Rutter w1ll my Roseburg glrl frlends Corneha Lourance leave my drlver s llcense Pete Patt leave my curly han to any of the Carlene Rust leave my beautlful soprano to any unfortunate person who can wea1 them to Erlene Sargent hoplng she won t hurt herself usmg It to anyone that has the nelve to go to Roseburg to Carolyn Clay hopmg she doesn t mash too many sophomore guls who w1ll take care of It volce to Gall Buen knowmg she w1ll wln all the prlzes at the talent shows Dlck Komp w1ll my ablllty never to get embarrassed to J1m Henry Dee McCorm1ck w1ll my escapades to Lloyd D ardorff hopmg he manages them better than I d1d Lola Le Blanc w1ll my love for horses to Lelland Humphreys hopmg he at least learns to r1de I Martha Lasater w11l my red ha1r to Norma Ireland hopmg the comblnatlon won t explode I SL16 Clay W111 my always ready Smlle to the Underclassmen hoplng It w1ll F3156 the school sp1r1t I Ray Adslt certxfy that th1s IS our last w1ll and testament Aff1xed wlth the great seal of Myrtle Creek Hlgh School on th1s flrqt day of Aprll 1953 Wlnessed by R J Karp and Al Neet Slgned 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Dear Mr Barkhurst SENIOR CLASS PROPHECY June l 1963 It has been ten years srnce I graduated and I thought I would drop you a note to let you know what the 53 class rs dorng Edrth Ireland has been rn the decoratmg busrness and has Just recerved a contract to redecorate the Whlte House It seems the old Job IS now out of style Florene Payne now owns a charn of nrght clubs rn Calrfornra and rs really makrng the money Nancy Brown rs married and has twelve krds She belreves they are cheaper by the dozen Johnny Cavaner has been prcked the world s be t basketball player He has been averagrng forty polnts per game thrs year MarJorre Whrte has marrred Drck Komp They own all the sportrng goods stores rn Myrtle Creek and Drcks the manager of the town baseball team Carol Hadley rs now wrltrng short storres for chrldren and IS sard to be gettrng a contract wrth Walt Drsney to wrrte the dralogue for hrs new motron plcture Jrm Phrllrps rs prtchrng for the New York Yanks and rs makrng S85 000 a year Lewrs Noah now owns Frr Mfg Co He reached hrs goal through havrng a monopoly on the loggrng lrufks throughout Uregon ry Jones and hrs wrfe Carolyn are rn partner hrp wrth Bob and Lyneada Dugger who own frve roller skatrng rlnks Donna Voss has been voted top woman basketball player of 1963 Don Bulmer and LeRoy Moore are strll rrdrng around together Of course therr orl wells rn Texas and then gold mme rn Alaska keep them on the road all the trme Jrm Rrchards rs now Rear Admrral ln the Navy He was promoted from Seaman Frrst Class to Rear Admrr al after savrng the entrre fleet by sendrng a Russran gulded mlSSl16 back to Russra staying was too Anrta Martrn rs also rn the Lrmelrght She saved the crtres of Myrtle Creek Rrddle and Canyonvrlle by at the swrtchboard durlng a flood untrl the water was up to her chm Jack Meshew has a Job of puttrng prpes on new Cadlllacs I guess he rs domg pretty well Ray Adsrt rs now teachrng Math at good old M C H S Mr Hall had to resrgn because the competrtron much for hlm Rrchard Bryant Ralph Rutter and Pete Patt own all the trees rn Oregon Calrfornla and Washrngton Ronny MCGIIIIS has taken Ernstems place and rs also the worlds leadrng fortune teller Leneve Smlth has been placed above Shakespeare for wrrtrng poetry Ar delle Weaver owns a S1 000 000 turkey farm but rt seems to be gorng broke People just don t lrke roast turkey any more Venore Deardorff rs now rn Parrs runmng her own dress shop Her shop sets the styles for all Parrs Barbara Derhl became a movre star shortly after gorng to Calrfornra LeRoy McCauley IS prtchrng agamst Jrm Phrlhps for the Brooklyn Dodgers Gladys Starbuck rs strll unmarrled but she say she lrk s rt that way and wrll never marry Wanda Leonard IS starrlng rn the new show Lady of Spam Etheleen Benn has a dancmg school for boys only She rs enJoy1ng rt very much Dolores Bartley has moved to Alaska rn hopes of fmdlng gold So far she hasnt had any luck Grace Moan opened a prrntrng shop It seems she prrnts excuses for the krds that sklp school for a dollar apre e Her yearly rncome rs about S30 000 er boys Marranne Shrrtclrff IS presrdent of Frr Company MarJorre Frentress now owns the largest chaln of loan companres rn the Umted States Peggy Lrncecum rs dorng flne She has Just recerved a trophy for the most perfect housewife Jacquelyn Smrth IS gorng to run for the presrdent of the Unrted States Shes the Presrdents messen Brown has Just been prcked Mlss Amerr a of 1963 ha Lasater wrrtes artrcles for the Myrtle Creek Mazl grvrng advrce on problems of matrrmony Lola Le Blanc rs a brg game hunter rn the Jungles of Afrrca She dehghts rn the actrve outdoor llfe Sue Clay wrth her Southern drawl has frnally won the heart of the Navy Corneha Lowrance owns half of Texas already but IS st1ll trymg to get the rest of rt from the Cow D McCorm1ck rs the leader of one of the largest and most popular dance bands rn the country He rs thrnkrng of startrng a radro program now Carlene Rust IS a famous T V broadcaster srnglng Southern mammy songs Betty Gay Ogborn operates a large and popular beauty shop rn South Afrrca Exelyn Bales has Just completed her frrst edrtron of How to Rear Chrldren It rs raprdly becomrng a best seller Tzmes Kenny Wrlhs owns the Myrtle Creek Mall whrch rs grvrng tough competrtlon to Pat Kelleys New York Amelra Strmson enhsted rn the Army Arr Force and IS now watchrng for the remains of any one who rs headed for the moon For my part I was the frrst person to make the rocket trlp to the Moon Dont ask how I got back The tale IS too harrowrng Slncerely yours John Srmpson n I Q v Y . . . . . . . . 3 . . . . , .h Yi. . . . . Q , ,..... '.., 0 .. .. 1 . 35" . V. ' Q . vc . . . -.CI , . -. , - - f v - Q 1 1 - . . . . , . , . 4 . . , . 1 . . . . . 7 N - . . . -C . G . Y . , D - . ' ' - 4. ' u ' . .V . , ' A . . x, . , . . . . . . , . , 4 . . .H . , . v y - . . , . Y . . , . H . ,, . . . t . . , , Y. -, From left to right back row: Michael Weber, Kenneth Hadley, Kenneth McCoy, Leland Humphreys, Wilson Barnes, Bob Sorter, Glen Davidson, Jack McCloud, Jim Musick, Jim Deller, Bob Alexan- der,' Third Row: Frank Radford, Johnny McCauley, Kenneth Turk, Roland Dyer, Donald Whitely. LaVerne Barber, Louella Mills, Janabel Hiatt, Jim Ogborn, Wallace Faulkner, Ralph Adsit, Danny Johnson, Betty Springstead, Doris Henderson, Nell Pruitt, Gloria Burnett, Carolyn Rust, Geraldine JUNIOIQS The Class Adviser this year was Mr. Forrest Loghry. The class colors were green and silver. Out of a total enrollment of 59 Jun- iors, 9 started here the first grade. They are Donna Wilson, Susan Froehlich, Gloria Bur- nett, Evelyn Dyer, Shirley Easton, Michael Weber, Marcellus Pate, and Carolyn Rust. The Junior class has been working hard all year earning money for the Junior-Senior Gordanier, Martha Wright, Arlene Blankenship, Gail Moan. Geraldine Hilliard, Donna Wilson, Lovtta Osborn ,' First row: Carrol DeMarsh, Beverly Babb, Lorene Blankenship, Susan Froehlich, Eve- lyn Dyer, Erlene Sargent, Gloria Ward, Sonja Denman, Annette Adams, Joann Williams, Carol Boggs, Betty Rayburn, Prom and Banquet. The main source of profit is from selling at concessions at the games. Because of the Homecoming Dance previous to the class play UO' Promise Me," given Dec. 5, the jun- iors didn't have much advertising and didn't make much money, although the people who saw the play said it was excellent. The Homecoming Prince and Princess were Frank Radford and Gloria Burnett. Wilson Barnes and Erlene Sargent were Carnival Prince and Princess. Football letters were earned by Glen Davidson, Jim Musick, Roland Dyer, Wilson Barnes, Frank Radford, John McCauley, Bob Sorter, Kenneth McCoy. Baseball lettermen last year were Wilson Barnes, John McCauley, and Roland Dyer. Basketball letters were earned by Jim Musick, Wilson Barnes, and Roland Dyer. Class officers are listed from left to right. Back row: Bobby Sorter, Loveta Osborn, and Frank Radford: Front row: Gloria Burnett. 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Ki lc i., I., fl' , 1 Y , . . ' . . ' 3 X , .. . 4 tl:-1 Y , ' I , ,' , T ' , 1 1 1 , 1 I, lx 1,5 I vt ' ,I .I. C. 1 Y .A. ', .'., ' ,.' ,,' , .,,,' . 4 - r- cs - lr From left to right top picture standing: Viitor Starbuelc, Gordon Rutter, Lehman Myatt Carl Lineecnm, Philip Starbnck, Curtis I1e.s'ter. Dennis lfoane, Melvin Mortensen, Dick Walker, Marvin Moore, David Noah, Lyla Tidivell, Ted Vander Weifsl, Darrell Hadley Gary Rainey, Richard Geer, Earl Biimqarner, Jack McGillis, Lawrence Stephens, Allen Gordanier, Jack Norton, Herbert Waite, Kneelinff: Loretta Smith, Gloria Potter, Jean Spllipk' Bppprly Spiering, Leila Warren, Margaret Wilson, Bonnie Thomas, Clara Young Carol Voss: Sittina: Hermina Sellick, Marion Shearer, Jean Radford, Dorothy Robertson. Alice Pitchford, Aileen Palo, Joanne Shizteliyf, Trudy Theaerkanff Bottom picture SOPHOMCDIQES A year has passed and out of the eangly, noisy, Breen Freshmen have come modest. quiet Sophomores who are full of class spirit. Their spirit is recognized in their support of the Carnival, in which Aileen Palo, Prin- cess, and Keith Keller, Prince, took second place: by their Homecoming Princess Carol Osborn and Prince Jimmy Ashley: and by their support in sports. The boys most noted in sports from our class are Jimmy Ashley, Richard Geer, Mur- vin Scarbrough. and Ted Van Wyest, playing on the Varsity team in footballg and Junior Cavaner, Roland Le Vasseur, Dick Walker Herbert Waite, and Bruce Wynter playing: on the Varsity basketball team. The most enjoyable times of the year for the Sophomores were the initiation of the freshmen held September 23 and their money making projects. The class colors are blue and white. The class flower is the White Peony. The adviser is Myrl Barkhurst. Class Officers from left to right slandinffz Jnnzor Catciner, Larrn Henderson. Sealed. Aileen Palo, Linda Wearer. Vera Babb. standing: Charles Griffith. Jim Davis, Dale Barber, Jinimy Graf, Bob Graber, Jim Ashley, Greg Bowman, Charles Dnqan, Jiinior Cavaner, Forrest Lee, Roland Le Vasseiir, John Inlow Larry Henderson, Kneeling: Carol Ogborn, Floy Gordanier, Bonnie Maddiix, Lonise Leonard, Pat Carlock, Frances Ellis. Carol Crisp, Marilyn Glampe, Bonnie Hughes, Margaret Knut- ton, Vera Babb, Janet Bauer, Evelifn Lakin, Genevieve Hern- don, Billie Jean O'fl1ornj Sittinn: Bonnie Hamm, Eunice Leiah- don, Norma Ireland, Ruth Norton, 57' We 5 ' ,Maris ' 1 F Fl? X N .Q 9 If , KM My 43: Q ' U' WW 11 l ff ff -.1 I XX X f,.f 1 i f AN ,x R fl. if J 'S A x : 1. r -d mi th ' ' ' LX I 3 2 I I "LJ inn ' '55 J HW N f. ' 1 Wm ' , , , J X! C ? 7 'i' f 6L1'l.lll' , 4 rx A if 4 o W 'V ff I gf' ff I 'A ' J 1, 5 l N1 I X f , 'l l' J! "A L Q Q .,..4' 'ff Fm. X '- .' a'l.: ar. ',XX V I, -Q y K I 1- ' ' an September October N ow ember December January School Calendar J Reglstratlon Classes begln Jamboree at Poseburg Eagle Pomt fawayb Freshman 1Hltl3.t10Il Party G A A Pot Luck Coqullle fherej Natlonal School Assemblles Illlnols Valley fherej Crater lherel Myrtle Point Klamath Falls Student Councll Conventlon Klamath Falls Student Councll Conventlon Bandon fawayl Rogue Rlvel lauall Sutherlm Freshmen and Sophomoles Qawayj Soc Hop Phoemx Cawayl Homecommg Sutherlm fherej Freshman Talent Show Natlonal School Assemblles Carnlval Football Quarter Flnals Cstatej Football Seml Flnals fstatel Thanksglvmg Vacatlon Thanksglvmg Vacatlon Football Champlonshlp Playoff Qstatel Jamboree at Sutherlln Jumor Varslty at Days Creek Jumor Class Play Glrls Phvslcal Educatlon Fleld Trlp to Roseburg Coqullle there! Coquxlle ftherej 16-Sutherlm ftherel Myrtle Pomt fherej Myrtle Pomt Ctherel to Jan 5 Chrlstmas Vacatlon Reedspolt ltherel Ill1no1s Valley fhelel Roseburg ftherej Freshmen at Suthellm Phoemx ltherej Poseburg fherej Eagle Pomt fherel Pogue Plver ftherel P6-Modem Dance Group flom Olegon State College 0 Crater Cherej J1 Reedspolt there! Febl uary Mal ch Ap11l May June 1 O Ireshmcn and JUIIIOI Var slty Glendale Cthelel Illlnols Valley fthelej Phoenlx 1116191 Sutherlln Qhelcl Junlor Class Box Soelal Sutherlln Freshmen fhelel Eagle Pomt fthercl Glend llc Jun1o1 Vd1SltX and F1GShfI'1Oll lhelej Pogue Plver fhelel Clater Ctherel I' H A Party Band Concelt Basketball Dance to P Spung VdLdtlOl1 to 21 State Basketball Tournament State Employment Testlng Plddle fhereb Glendale fthelej Eagle Pomt ftherej Suthellm fherej Crater fhelel Jun1o1 and Semox Plom and Banquet Solo and Ensemble Contest at Ashland Coqullle ftherel Illmols Valley fherej and Z5 Campus VlSltdtlOH for Semors J D J Track Meet at Grants Pass Coqullle 111916, Cratel fthelel and 2 Largeiroup MUSIC Contest fo1 Hlgh School Band Illlnols Vallex Cthe1eJ Eagle Pomt ftherej Suthellm fthelcj Phoemx fhelej Baseball Sub dlstllet Plaxoff IH North and 16 State Traek Meet and 16 Baseball Dlstuet Playoff to D State Baseball Champlonshlp Playoff Baecalauleate Serxlees Commencement Fxel c lses School closes K 1 . . , . - :Eh 4, . v - 5- N L I .Y x 4 19- ' 6- ' ' . 231 . . . , ' 71 . 2-- . . . 23- - ig- . ' ' . ii . ' . 12- ' - ui 13- l ' 13- ' 17- ' 1 ' ' - V' 20- ' ' l 'l l 20- n V ' w' ' 21- I . 211 . . 25- 4. . . ' ' -J - QL - - Y 26- ' - 281 1 ' 3 1 5- 1 ' 1 ' V ' 11' LIS- " ' " ' 6-' . 17 - - . Sis- a u 11- ,K ' UT 1 l N. 1 li: - A ' 13- F C ' 15- ' - I 14- ' ' 22- '- ' 17- ' ' ' u - n ' ' l I ' u I 1 . 23- 18- - x . 91 . . , 21- ' ' 2-1 . . s . . X P S . T . W. A . 5- A ' I , , 25-. . . - - 10-' . , . ' Q 28- ' ' 12- l 00- - - 13- . 7 1 , 4 1 A I . 19- ' - ' ' 20- ' 23 . - - ' 8- ' I .' ' ' 2- . . ' 9- 1 ' - 9- ' 127 . K - .' . 13- , - . 15- . " 15 . l -3 . . ,, 16- 15 -Q . K . .' . 20- x . , 23- ' 21 ssl- - 4. - 24- t I J . - x - , , - I. ' ' 24- . . . . ','. L, 1 L, 41 I. .'k- S 3 - H , 1 L . 0 - .. . i From left to right back row: Ronny McGillis, Ric h ara Bryant. Ralph Rut- ter, Jim Phillips and Johnny Cava- ner. Second row: Lois Payne, adviser Nancy Brown. Edith I r e l a nd, Cornelia Lowrance. Ken Wil- lisg Front row: Ven- ore Deardorfj. Len- eve Smith, Amelia Stinzson , Florene Payne, Carol Had- ley. From left to right back row: Don Balmer. Dick Komp, John- ny Caraner. Ken Willis, Ray Adsit: Second row: Amelia Slinzson. Cornelia Lowrance, Leneve Smith: Front row: Mar- jorie Frentress. Edith Ireland, editor: Venore Deardorff. Co- editor: Pat Kelley: +Rose Whisenant. adviser: and Jack Meshew missinqn Myrtleaf Staff N NOVEMBER 11 1952 Homecoming Court: IMI I U7 Ill Ulf IH! H Ifllf JIIIUI IIII S1011 Ifuru luluf n mu num 'arm ,mm Il K If TI ff: IU Of mln llufm Frzfhfrzz Www Ah' nf .w:e""'K v,...p1" CAINIVAL NOVILMLPI 11 1112 11111111 C11 Ixomp Mahler 11fC11em1m1es Queen 14111111111 1'111zz'11w A 1111 1111! 1111 nzez W1ls1171 Parnes Kezfh Keller B'1ll11 P111l11 l I " K 1 I , ' 1' I I STL F11 " " 1 ' url F1'11111 left to right: Terry LllIlljll'l'f, Aileen Palo, 1'jI'l1'II!' Srzrgerzl, IJI1-1 7 P D ' ,' 1. ' I.: A H., ..j wil lzlvly ,Il , .'l. I uv I .1 J I ln' . fy . hlwl '. 1 up in Q fs 1 l ln... JUNIOR CLASS PLAY December 5, 1952 "Oh, Promise Mel" SETH MILLER, A Lawyer ...... FURBER, A Butler .,,...,.,.,....................... BARRY HOLLIS, A Young Millionaire .7,e , MRs. SUE HOLLIS, Bow-y's Aunt ,LL,,,.....L . JUNE HOLLIS, BcLfrry's Young Sister .,...... KATHLEEN, The Cook ,.A.L........,,.....,..... ....... ANN FURBER, A Young Actress ..... . PATSIE LINDEN, A Dancer ,L..,,LL L MRS. LINDEN, Patsie's Mother .... . GLADYS VANCE, A Dream Girl .......LLLLL....L.,wL....,..,. RALPH SANDERS, A Young Man Wifi: A Purpose MRS. JONES, A Young Mofller ,......,,,,.,,,...,.,..,...,,,,. Bobby Sorter Jlm Deller Leland Humphreys Beverly Babb Erlene Sargent Lorene Blankenship Carolyn Rust Susan Froehlich Janabel Hiatt Donna Wilson Kenneth Hadley L21V91'll9 Barber B-'39 SC HILDULL M00 Nlnnnbas Thulsdax Ot 7 Phxs Ll Flldax Nox 14 James W eltx Fndax Aprll 10 Snoxx Allen Fllddy Aplll 74 Muslcal Tuesdax Max 1? l'lI S0 lAl AND LAIN DANCL One oi the most enlox lblc ex ents of this xen xxas the Plc Socul md Squale Dance 0'lXl,ll bx the Block M Qulte 1 fexx ol the students and Dd19I1tQ attended Aftel the DICS xx e1e auctloncd off thex vxele eaten ln the cafetella The P1e Social xx as UIVQII to 13159 funds fol the lwhts fO1 the iootball fleld National School Assemblies 'lhxs IS tht second xc 11 th It xxe haxe had NdtlOIlcll Assembhes III Olll school The stu dents enlox them xux much because of the xx :de x metx ol 6.IllLLI'lLd.lllI1lQllt thex oftel md thcl QC'll1Clt10ll1l x xlue Vxc hope thex xxlll contmue to h lvf these xsscmblxes -lllfflfjllfll "Corky" X . . L. . 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'1111 111-1-11 1111 1111- 1111111111111 111' 1111.11 11-111-12' -11111 511"111-.' -- , 1111 -' M 1-1' ' . -11111p. 'l'11 - 11111114 M .11511 511111 111111-15 1111' 1111' 11-111-1'1111-11'q 11111111111-1. 11'11i1'11 11115 111-111 31211 T, 151525. A5 1111' 1111' 1A1111l1't'. 11111111 M 1l1'lIl.' 111 1111111110 11111- 11111l1'11't'11 f1fl11'11'.' 1'111' 21 11111111-111 1 1 'kl 1' '1111- 4... 4 N-X p X Q ts 'rr-Q.,, f . , as ,. p Kr I V 2 :edit 'LJ i"w.e:a J From left to right baek row: Vera Babb, Doris Henderson, Carol Boggs, Karen Strom, Gail O'Brien, Carol Oflbflfll, Dolores Bartley, Patty Fox. Third row: Loveta Osborn, Beverly Babb, Aileen Palo, Pat Kelley, Terry Lampert, Betty Ogborn, Delores Dooley, Billie Jean Ogborn, Etheleen Benn, Sec- ond rout: Joanne Sltirteliff, Donna Wilson, Marjorie Freniress, Florene Payne, First row: Susan Froelzliclz, Joann Williams, Marjorie White, Elaine Catlzcari, Oletlia Smith. VIKETTES The Yikettes have participated in the many activities during the football and basketball seasons, The highlight of the football season was the crowning of the football queen, To conclude the season the club sponsored a dance in honor of the boys who turned out for football. Several drills were put on for half-time entertainment during the basketball season. One included the formation of Rudolph the red-nosed reindeer, a tree, and a bell. A square dance was done in the dark during one half-time using lirninous gloves and shoes. Later another square dance, Sallie Goodin, was done. A basket- ball dance was sponsored by the Pep Club at the close of basketball season, Service Club The purpose of the Service Club is to keep the attendance at games orderly. sell tickets, and usherthe team supporters to their respective seats, They experimented with the erade school students and found their sup- port was greater when they were allowed to sit in the high school section. For the school year 1952-53 Jean Radford and Dorothy Robertson shared the duties of keeping: mem- bers available for games and issuing uniforms. 5 4v"""r'-. Members from Ie!! to right back rowi Amelia Stimson, Roberta Stim- son, Wanda Leonard, La- Verne Barber, Lon Ann Simons, Dorothu Robert- son. Marlun Glanzpe, Sandra Denman, JoAnne Rea. Jean Radford. 1 NJ "rr-v J l Rutter, Jim Musick, Faculty adviser, Ralph Adsit and Junior Cavaner. Counselors' Club Mom, ,ir M' Audio Visual 'Win "-.4 . v. . ,'mgkw .5xLlCllU-X1SU2ll ls nut actually 21 ' club. but is 21 class instead. The - 'fl ,X ' A . . . 'V X , bow do 1'QL'U1Y6 L'l'CflllQS. Then' mb Ivrvut rlmviws whiulm xn- sw- Zlllll QIIIHX NU Yl'l'4X' much. Members from left to right back row: Jim Richards. Ralph Mr. Hall: front rout l'hv flUllIlSl'llPl'S' Club was Zl uvw m'g'z111izntiu11 this yvz11'. The- mvn ulwrs, umlm' thx- SllDt'l'VlSlHIl ot' Mrs. Iiutll-V. lwpuirw-rl nunw- than tluw- huuclrx-cl lmoks, I3l'HC't'SSUfl thf- mlw books. 2l5SlSl.l'll stumll-nts Ill lllllllllgl' flt'Sll't't'l Sl1lJIll'L'lS ami vulurm-5, wrfm- zmlmfvtzl- tiuns wlmivh gurl in clwiu- ur' I'l'2lfllIlf lN2Il.ll". 2 " ' l '2 l . . 4 cle-V, lwsicll-s issuing' zmrl l't'Illdl,lIl,I lmulis in slu-lxws. Membrrs from left to rich! back mu? Joan Radford D . U n nam' gglalzlliyl -jcpntm mu ' , Faculflf Gd1'zSe'r-Mrx. Bzzflvr, Arlvnv mm, gm lmi Jpansfjllzck- Caffll Hfldlfll, Louise' Leonard, front and Pafeg1fll:lfTcfJk.H1lIZard' Marlon Shmrm' Dorothy Robmtsml' 4, Q 4 rb T xii!! 'LQ-Q ' in ' iii? ' it, 's ,fi .Q From left to right back rows Billie Jean Oyborn, Loveta Osborn, Marjorie Frentress, Amelia Stimson, Jeraldeize Gordanier, Martha Wright, Cornelia Lowrance, Edith Ireland. Betty Lou Webb, Miss Os- borng Sefond row: Carol Oqborn, Norma Phelps, Erlene Sargent, Wilbaderie Stratton, Sonja Denman. Marilyn Vanflrsdale, Dianne Tripp, Lorene Stewart, Barbara Ware, Judy Deardorff, Front row: Louise Putman, Borznie Maddur, Lorene Blankenship, Marion Shearer, Jean Radford, Delores Dooley, Sandra Denman, Kay Doqget. Sharon Jones, The Future Homemakers of America, a national organization of students study homemaking, has been organized for several years in Myrtle Creek High School. Its purpose is to promote better home and family liv- ing and to develop leadership and participation in democratic society. Money-making activities have included cupcake and candy sales. Several parties have been held and have been attended by many members. Billie Jean Ogborn and Loveta Osborn attended the state convention held at Oregon State College in Corvallis. La Junta Sim Ciudado La Juna Sin Ciudado, organization of the Spanish students, has the following officers: President-Dorothy Robertson: Vice President-James Henry: Secretary-Frances Ellis: Parliamen- tarian-Cornelia Lowrance: and Sponsor- Mrs. Susan P. Butler. Club meetings are conducted in Spanish. Specitl projects are planning Spanish decorations for the classroom and holding a Mexican dinner. Members from left to right back row: James Henry, Bradley Luton, Carol Crisp. Arlene Blankenship, Mrs, Susan P. Butler. Bonnie Hughes. Front row: Jerry Nix, 'Uh C 0 r n e Z i a Lowrance, Dianne Tripp, Kenneth Willis. ' 1, R ,Q BX Xxx 5 'ax LEE? , Q72 X ,E X :af ,7 f ' - gil K Q Y rg? Q " " E Y - .EL x ' N I b M 'gifs H cy fs -5' 2 if President 5 BA SQC The enrollment of the Music De- partment has continued to increase yearly, this year reaching a high oi' 82 in band and 35 in chorus. Con- ditions have been such that both stu- dents and faculty have worked under a handicap, but this situation will be alleviated next year when the Music Building will be soundproofed and the stage converted into a music room for class as well as individual work. The band boasts its most success- l'ul year, with an enrollment increase of thirty members over last year. The band appeared in three formal concerts, two in January and February climaxed with 1 combined conceit with the cholus in the spring. At the Competition-Festival held in Klamath Falls the band scoi ed high and in genel al had an excellent rating throughout the state m Gail M oan Gloria Burnett 2nd Vice Preszdent ,491 LE cg I .2-.:-1 'gl .rc W 00" Hvgy - V Frlrizv Snrm-nf. .for'-- Q- .NX cp, , B11-Yl71f'.N'N Agent ., ,, ' 31 4' -V .YV Of. 1: - Larrbu l1f'ndi'rsm1 1 Tri'a.wr1rc'r 4 1 X 5' R. L. MCCLINTIC. Dirvvtnr CONCERT BAND Frmn liyfl in rialzl back rwir: Eilrzzw Leialztmi, Leila Warrmi. Beverly SDiPTi'1!l. Carrol Df'.1IGT.Nll. Ezitils Williams. Dari I3u.wkoi'ii-li. Rfrialfl Clavlc. Glfrz D!1Z'ldSU7l. Jim Henry Carlene Rust. Carol Bnaas. Barbara Rrrwrzbaiirrz Siirrlzvri Wzlliariim. Brad Lilian. Darzd Dfnid. Gordon Rutter. Larry Iimzdersorz. Dean! Weaivr. Fuzirtlz rnzr: D. ,1Ir'Crfr11ii'-lc. Jaifvfli' FllIlHflZ!'T. Nariczf Brrizivi, Gffirgf' Knox. Lyiirada Dugafr, Dianrii' Tripp. Michavl Waber, Gloria llzirzivlt. Grwq BH7l'llIfl7I, Larrzf Tniivif. Dick Walker. Darrel Hadley. Dzlariv Hadlvzf. Third rffiif Bmznir' Ilamm. Kari Imflrivtf Pal .wIf'GIlZ7'I'. Glmz Clzambvrlain. Laqiiita Nutt. Garu Ramvzf. Jim Miiszck, Bmmif' Brill. Gwrala' llama 771771 H'i1'il1,I.f:rzaim' ,111-Cozy, Lvlaiid ll1i1rzp'1rPAzf.x. Sm-wild mir: Dzvl-: Graf. Darziiis Wvbwr. Maryfirzf' Lrwlwr, Barbara Ellzffil. Carfflinz Clair, Gail Yrfrzkirrs. KUffllPI'7I Larzdrigari. Jim Bruzrn. Carolyn Rumi. Olvtlza Smith, Rwbwrta Slzniwrz, Imrza Ilarkwu. Ruth Nffrtml, Sonja Dvrirriari, Erlmze' Sarafvzt. Frmzt rnir: Susan Frfmh- I1C'11,JllC'klf' ,1rIcClzr1tnf-k.Jrfanii u'1IIlC1lIIN.A7171t"fff' Adarru., Gail Mrian, Trudy Theimrkaxif. Clark Ulam, Jaarmtti' Moan, Eivlzfrz Duvr, .ywdfjfnflf Whzftt CI-ICDRUS 4' 1 el 'N gt? Carlene Rust Band Vocalzst Mrs George Chzldress Dzrector 'O 'O x X9' 0 e 1 1 Kama xxejioa X30 'btxQfeXe00 Y age 59 s Q9 10 0 GQ 6194, GN ibxbv fbfgvxx ON ,ax Q99 0 0 ie, Oiflv fp XEEJWQQOCAY-'09 9660600 Q0 ss fvrbflvg '9 X Ye Q'0xe'Qe'x XO' '0 0 QJXQQ Q 6 0 X9 O eX'b9xg,9 x Q xi WON5 5 Q0 9 X e GX Qc fb O so Q? 06 5 We K, 0 x ioxfox E Ofb-X09 C9 The cho1us afLe1 a sloxx staxt ended the season a suc cess undex the f1ne d11ect1on of Mxs Ehzabeth Cll11d16SS The nxoup sang at XHIIOUS ChLlICll9 concert mth Lhe band Ensembles from the chorus sang at xa11ous soc1al gathel l tmas SIHUIUE 1ngs and accomp for shut ms and hosp1t,als Lorene Blankensh1p vsas choral 11b1a11an and Susan F1 061111011 accompanlst at the school calnnal and 1n an1ed the DIBQS cho1r at C1115 -gggflf av X ZX so 9 GQZW6 io we 04? 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Carrol DeMarsh Marching Band 6714 96,1 gqheis 6081- 80 -E . . Z0 .5155 to 5' pier, Sfmt, Cunt Beverley Spiering 50 610 The l'niVe1'sity ol' Oregon bestowed honor upon the organization by inviting it to play at the Montana- Oregon football game at Eugene. C ' 8011 Capably lead by the drum major Carrol DeMarsh, the marching b-and paraded through Myrtle Creek and dis- played a note of color at football games at Myrtle Point and Rogue River and at all home games, The band added much to athletic events with half- time formations on the field and jubilant rendi- tions of amid touchdown cheers. 132. .Sonja Denman Pep Band Supervisor Greg Bouman Dance Band Supervisor Solo an d ensemble playing is one of the ma- ,ior parts of the music program. They can be h e a r d practising the year around. The Pep Band plays at all pep rallies and bas- ketball games. The Dance Band rehearses every week and offers opportunities to expand the students' musical ex- perience. T h e soloists and en- sembles provide entertainment l'or many social groups as well -, as p ro v i ding m u c h enjoy- ment f o 1' the students parti- cipating. Whmtle whilc you work" "Picking them up on the field." 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' A LJ-, 11, Basketball Statistics Field Goal Attempts Field Field Free Free Goals Goal Throw Throws Rebounds Fouls Made Average Attempts Made Total Points John Cavaner' Wilson Barnes Dick Komp Roland Dyer' Jim Musick Jerry Jones Roland LeVasseur' Glen Davidson B1 nee Winters Junior Caxaner Drek VS alker Herb Waite 336 227 137 63 52 140 37 . 105 70 40 17 16 339 11 .312 .308 .292 .270 .1308 .278 .297 J 65 90 125 21 26 86 21 10 61 43 67 9 14 49 12 72 111 106 ..r 1 87 18 0 x26 '34 271 183 147 1'3 46 127 34 Petals ee Coqurlle Coqurlle D 7 Myrtle Cerek Vikings vion 13 games lost 7 games Myrtle Creek Vrkrngs scored 861 total points for a 43 05 average Opponents Scored 786 points for a 393 average Team Field Goal Shooting Average 302 Team Free Throw average 571' Opponents Shooting Rebounds 469 Jerry Jones was top rebounder with a 62 per game average He playec' rn 14 games Wrlson Barnes was second with a 56 per game average He played rn 20 games John Cavaner was picked on the J D J League first team as a guard Jerry Jones and Wilson Barnes vion a JDJ League berth on the second team Johnny Cavaner had the best free throw shoot rng average with 686 averaged and shootrrrg average of 312 'Vlxrtle Point Myrtle Point in heedspor t Itosebur 0 Phoenix fir liosehirrf t . 6 1 167 4 4 6 ' ' ' A 0 0 .000 4 1 0 0 1 . ' ' f' " 1' 2 0 .000 2 1 0 0 1 ' ' ' v' ' ' 2 1 .700 0 0 0 2 2 - - ' 0 0 .000 0 0 0 3 0 ' - . 993 2'00 .302 4?1 261 458 256 861 we we D 4 '. 9 ' 4 237 12 1 'i 223 rr l ' 41 37 'H 12 ' 1 -12 so 24 1' 1 4 'v - 40 39 - 16 Sutherlin 415 40 there 130 Crater 4-1 15 here 19 . ' 64 34 l -'f 231 H- . - :,0 37 ' 20 ' 5:3 :ru F -l. 6 I. V. -17 :37 -Ir . 2 ' s ' 215 40 vw 7 - 45 39 '- 9 l. V. 51 40 0 " 10 1, l 10 36 ' 133 ' . 1 ',g 2-1 S37 133 C' 1 A 46 50 ' 16 49 45 res V " -17 45 -- L ' .- -J .iii 1,41 he-1 21 4 - ll sz: -4 they I I D there here iere there there h ri there their is tl F rg e uOg'11f. Point Rrx er Iteedsport Phoenix Qutherlrn I agile Point Logue Rrxer Cr rter I they her e there her e there her e here ther e her e there 11-I lm ,nit 1f.'r'.1 if f 5 -IL row: Earl Bazar.. :irzzefi Mo ,ze Lewis. Jaj: Norton, Jolzn. Inloiir, Ralph Adsit: Sec- oid rozr: Leiiorf McCaizley. Jimmy Graf, Dudley Strong. Jolzfz Caraizer, Daifii Dozid, Floyd Cavaner, .lfsfinfzgf .1IcCazxley. Bob Graber, Roland Dyer, Jimmv Ogbornq First row: Larry M6'Sll6w. Jim Richards, Dig-fc Kemp, Jim Musick, Danny Johnsofz, Wilson Ba dies, Jim Phillips. Jack Mesliew: Mr. Loqhry, Coach. Baseball The 19523 Myrtle Creek Baseball squad has a record ol' eight wins and one loss. This record assures the Vikings of a better than 30130 average for the year, with only seven gaines lett on the schedule. The victories include double wins over Glendale and Riddle, and single vfins over floqullle, Sutherlin, Phoenix, and Illinois Valley, the only defeat being a V1-I3 setback to Eagle Point. At the present, April 27, the Vikings are tied for first place in the J.D.J. league and hold the top spot in their Sub-District. The backbone of the squad has been the battery, with Jim Phillips, Dick Komp, John McCauley and Jack Meshew pitching some good ballg while Wilson Barnes has been a very steady receiver. Dick liomp also leads the hitters with a .-154 averageg close behind is Outfielder Roland Dyer. Seniors on the squad this spring are Jim Richards ,Jack Meshew, John Cavalier, Jim Phillips, and Dick Komp. 19523 SCHEDVLE liar. 231 here Riddle 11 there Eagle Point 8 them Illinois V9-HUB' . I x ' x 3 x l ' Apr. Z3 there Glendale 14 htm' SUth9Vlll1 ,hut ihoimx , ., ,h ,v 17 hm? Cmtm, 1- Sub-District play oft 1 thin I oenix 2 in North 7 there Iliddle May 2 here Eagle Point 15-15 Distl-ict playoff 10 here Glendale 3 there Sutherlin 21-22-23 State playoff' From left to right back row: Mr. Kraxberger, Larry Orwick, Lloyd Deardorff, Brad Luton, Paul Redlinq- shafer, Kenny Willis, Melvin Mortensen, Wally Faulkner, Guerdon Golf, Manager Jim Henryg Front row: Ray Froehlich, Jim Carlock, Greg Bowman, John Si mpson, Dee Jones. Frank Radford, Ken Sisco. TRACK Opening the season with only two returning lettermen-Ray Adsit, and John Simpson, Coach Bill Kraxburger was faced with the task of rebuilding a track squad. Practices have been handi- capped since the track is not yet completedg but, nevertheless, the inexperienced squad of 25 boys has shown great spirit and interest. Veteran John Simpson, holder of the 880 and mile school records, has shown his usual spark in the early meets this year. With continued improvement he will very likely better his own rec- ords before this track season is over. Some of the best performances of season have been made by Jerry Jones. Already he has set a new school record in the javelln event by winning first place in the county meet with an effort of 146' IO". Ken Willis has been a consistent scorer in the hurdle event. He is ably assisted by Frank Radford, a junior, who has shown continued improvement in both the high and low hurdles. Commendable performances by freshman sprinter David Doud and sophomore high jumper Richard Geer have greatly aided the track squad. ln addition there are considerable talent and interest among the under classmen, which looks promising for the future. Since our facilities are inadequate, it will be impossible to hold any home meets at Myrtle C1'eek this year. Howeve1', a ten-meet schedule for meets at other schools has been made. They include Myrtle Creek vs. Roseburg Roseburg Invitational Willamette Relays Myrtle Creek vs. Sutherlin Fanyonville, Glendale, and Myrtle Creek J. D. J. League Meet Sub District State Meet 41 K. 'N '-V FRILQHNI -KN I OOTI AI L From left to zzght back row Mr Glenn Schroeder coach Eldon Naas Bzlly Johnson Ray Whzte Wesley Larson Charley Dougan Lloyd Deardorff Ray Shelton Bruce Wynter Mr Dzck Vanderzanden coach Front ron Darrel Hadley George Knox Bob Fowler Kenneth Szsco George Johnson Ray Froehlzch Eutns Wzllzamg Duane Hadley ILNIOI X-XESVIX IAbIxI' FI-XII from lf!! to lllflf back mu Lutus Wzllzarns Dzck Graf Larry Meslzew Jark Lantzs Davzd Crewn Paul RC'dIl7If1SIlGfC7 lldon Naas Duane Hadley Ralf Froehlzzh Mr Bzll Krazbmger coach Front row Darrll Iladlczf Ted Vander Weyst Jzm Deller MEUZI Mortensen Earl Bunzgarner Jzrnmy Graf Jcrru Marte Future Vikings Basketball From left to right back row: Coach Glen Schroeder, Edward Payne, Roger DeMarsh, Wayne Best, John Losey, Wayne Bartley, Larry Doud, Wayne Barnes, Coach Richard Vanderzanden. Front row: Hubert Stokes, Cedric Sturnpges, Leon Buttle, Louis Pitchjord, Edward Pete, Thomas Bryant. Albert Pale. , .N , ' I ' Zi Q ,Q . . Av f'??"'4 H L 1 Jump boys 2 Muddy 3 Warmmg the bench 4 Dusty Gc-t1 Jun -Sz .4 .-.4 lpn' -Q 'F "'A"?"' K fx vm npr Ax. ,M an MQ M. ,wr- 'T 43 1913, 'M N,.' ,L qs. 1- Yea Team 7 Long 11ve the Queen 8 Warmmg up 9 Guard h1m Pete Y-.v ,rp-nr. RALLY SQUAD The I xllx bquad COI1ilSt9 oi flV6 guls xx ho have YELL LEADERS From left to rmht Maryorzc Whztc Joann Wzllzanzs and Susan Froehlzch bleeted fm the 19: xeal as xell lCddLlS VSQIL NId1JOllL WhltL xell queen and Joann WlllldmS and Susan Ploehllch as hel asslstants Throughout the xeu these thre xxexe xeu actlve as thew had ehalffe of pep assemblles and vsele present at all gxmes keeplng up the Splllt Then eostumes eonslsted of gold culottes and blue su eatels xuth a gold 'VI been members of the Pep Club fol at least one yeal lhey a1e appomted bv the Pep Club Executlve Counexl who base then seleetlons on Interest and ment The hallv Squad of 1992 1953 VSQIQ Donna WllQOl1 Rallx Queen Joanne ShlI1LCllff Marlorxe IIQIIUQSQ 1nd Flolene Pawne Calol Boggs was a membel untll lllness folced her to dlop school tem D0ldlllN Then eostumes Mele white pleated sklrts and blue and gold sweatels and matchlng socks The11 duts xx IS to attend all games and to vs ork vs 1th the band to LI1C0l11dg6 mole sp1r1t From left to rzght Joanne Slurtclzjf Donna Wzlson Maryorze Frentress and Florene Payne IQ Freshman Yell Leaders Elazne Cathf art Oletha Smzth The 1'1QSl'lI11dI1 X ell leaders WOIC elected at the begllllllllg' of the xear to go to all the fleshman games 1nd haxe ehalge of the lootlnff S9Ll.l0I1 SPCDNSQRS Th9lOllOXN1I1glJL1N1I169N funn and 1JI0f8Xl4JIl1l men hut IH ult possxblt the 1JlllJl1Cdt1Ul1 of thu annual In behalf of the 6I11fJl cldb the tftcultx incl the Mutle thtm fol th1 xllllplblf Ntuclentx and p utnt fut tngerl to patxonlft tht t fnmx xncl to explesb to them our lIJIJlQC1iI10H ot then help ' " ' Q' gg Q ' ' ' 2 z 'Q Vreek Hlgh School student body, the annual statf wwhes to thank X I .S ku u I .f Ja LH " " 'Z' 1s1".'z 1, . 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