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

 - Class of 1955

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Tl-IE MYIQTLE presented For l955 of Myrtle Creek l-hgh School Myrtle Creelc Oregon by The Senior Class Dedication I am xoui high school I knovx xou veix well and xou aie quite familiai vxith me You entei mx mouth in xoui x teens and flllll long xe us litei lxxe li ll s out into the xxoild ioi bettei or xxoise Xou haxe been sublected to a thoiough academic chevxing but hoxx this tieatment had affected Vou Im suie I could not sax That is laigelx up to xou I hxxe knoxxn good students bad students and a gie it minx iust lukew um students Thex haxe passed thiouvh mx eoiiidois talking ehexxing gum being giddy laughing it x stale ioke md cheeilng foi the home team Thex haxe sit in mx elassiooms xxhispeiing giggling seiitehing up the desks SCllfflHg' then feet and once Ill a while studxing I have seen multitudes of the11 pettx loxe affaus most backxxaid of them all expeilence the gloiious feeling of belonging at a pep iallx oi a basketball game And the t11g'6dl9S th it have been enacted xx ithin mx boxx els ll Vx hat gieatei tiagedv is theie than a glll xxithout a date the night befoie the piom oi a box missing the deciding shot ol a bxsketbill game uid lool inff into the holloxx smiles ol his te im m itesl I sometimes xx ondei if the people outside mx xx ills exei iealize that drama takes place in a high school exeiv second of eveix minute in such a nexei ending stieam that it could be monotonous except foi its xerx lack of monotonx I xou noi seioo un 111141 s J o ie ol mneiations Thiough mx halls oxer mx campus and into mx classrooms xou have pouied in an endless stieam to frixe me life and to make me exist as something moie than a fiamexxork of stone Without xoui spirit md vitalitx I am now and for evei a thing of rock and wood and glass It is to these geneiations of students that this yeai s annual is dedicated . . 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A 'ff si "' ,, -- ..:.., ' 5 0- ' V.-Y ' ' '-17 fm if , Z 2 5, 151 , A G In Q J l :Jin V V- .. x T I O Neva Millsap Marion Swiener Wayne Best Myra Kelly John Stonerod Karen Kreezan Gertrude Goff Larry Starbu-ck Marjorie Stimson Patsy Porter Richard Kremer Wayne Bartley Malcolm Madenwald Sandra Maris Mary Lynn Jones Robert Stephens Bill Lincecum Wayne Barnes Ted Arrowood Gayle Baker Claudine Root Gordon Peters Beverly Wegher Ethelyn O'Mea1y Sharon Stanfield Clifford Traub Mary Timm Pat Graves Gary Weaver John Harkema Class of '57 Jim Heath Dixie Sall Lewis Pitchford Larry Towns Edward Krieger John Losey Lauraine McCoy Melvin Goff Pamela Trenholm Joyce Reiber Dennis Weber Virginia Whisenant Ronald Levy Carol Halbert Jean Smith Mary R001 Edward Payne Joan Metcalf Sharon Taylor Madeline Meier llaq K , . -' fe t Q' "Z: 1' 5 355: 5 X Z , .. bm 4 2' ' 'gt gk wt-1.5-Q. 5 K! xl',,,' - 'N W W fl .. :st , H.. ff? 'Q' , "Xi Q . if 1 ,ws '-"L -I , 4-.J .5 ghpx .,,. ,ff ,,,, "M . 'o gil? 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Secretary Iohn Stonerod, Representative he SOPHOMORES help the FRESHMEN get acquainted and loads of fun at the CARNIVAL! The Girls' League sponsored the Mothers' Tea and these girls modeled for the style show: OFFICERS Vera Babb. President ferry Lampert, Vice-President Nelda Bryant, Secretary Roberta Stimson Treasurer Sharon Schager, Jackie Trees, Myra Kelly, Vera Babb, Joanne Shirtcliff, Sharon Soverson, Hermina Sellick, Eda Marie Millsap, Pat Graves, Brenda Buckner, Marilyn Van Arsdale, Elaine Cathcart. 'we' K Football Takes the Spotlight Myrtle Myrtle Myrtle Myrtle Myrtle Myrtle Myrtle Myrtle SCORES Jamboree at Myrtle Creek Creek 13 Oakland Creek 0 Myrtle Point Creek 13 Illinois Valley Creek 33 Douglas Creek 25 Glendale Creek 0 Coquille Creek 18 Bandon Creek 12 Sutherlin assi wa df? Mr. "Corky" Van Loo, head football coacn, was assisted by Mr. Earl Miller, who was primarily the line coach, Mr. Richard Vanderzanden coached the freshman team. The Viking Griflders completed their most successful season in four years, winning- 5 and losing 3. The only losses were to Sub-District teams Myrtle Point, Coquille, and llandon. The Vikings won the UMPQUA VALLEY LEAGUE trophy with a record of 1 wins and no losses. The team was in better physical condition than they have been for quite some time, because of more football aspirants and a harder fight for spots on the varsity team. Also the players were in good mental condition because ofthe loyal backingrs of the newly formed HBOOSTERS CLUB." EC' X "QNX-flgf - 'Q ' ' Q A 'gg-"1-N' gui! Y gt, Bob Graber Monte Lewis Gary Marlin Larry Starbuck End Tackle Guard Center Melvin Golf Gordon Rutter Earl Bumgarner Guard Tackle End i . L , - L X f . .N 'E W fi in 5 - ':- f 5 1 .A ' Larry Meshew Ray Froehlich John Bardwell Rollie LeVasseur Full Back Half Back Half Back Quarter Back Richard Geer Harold Ruebush Darrel Hadley Q Full Back Half Back Quarter Back A ' 5 Nfl i, "VW ri -V , ,, S 5 -A v i7 3 ii 7 5 1 1 l X, k 2 Ii-S4 ' Paul Hatcher Brad Luton Vic Starbuck Charles Dougan End Tackle Guard Center Ed Geer Marvin Moore John Losey Guard Tackle End David Doud as he packs the pigskin around end against Oak- land. Harold Ruebush picks up one of Myrtle Cree-k's many gains. Lirrjk Meslicv: as he tlxzkles a Coquille man: Melvin Goff moves in from the right. Bob Graber, senigr end, as he is hauled down after eatrhing a pass, No. 52 is R y Froehlich. Ray Froehlich, junior back, as he scoots around end against Coquille. Block was thrown by Rollie LeVasseur. Rollie LeVasseur. senior back, and Gary Marlin, junior lineman, as they prepare to tackle an Illinois Valley player. Rutter 79. LeVasseur 54. Hatcher 69 and Gary Marlin as they prepare to tackle a Coquille back. John Bardwell, sophomore back, as he packs the ball against Illinois Valley. No. 69 is Paul Hatcher and No. 66 is Richard Geer. Winter Table of Contents CHRISTMAS BALL THE JUNIORS SCHOOL LIFE THE I ETTERNIE N C1 A A KEYSTONE CLLB BIBLE CLUB SCIENCE CI ITB BASKETBALL BAND O CHESS CLUB Dancing at the Christmas Ball Junior Class Officers Plan Activities x , f. 46' 'rx Jim Henry. Class Representative Ray Froehlich, Vice-President Terry Lam pert, Secretary Barbara Sfchliep, Treasurer Eldon Naas, Sergeant-at-Arms Karen Strom, President 75' ... 'Q Simi G- , L 'QD' ' "1 Q7 77- X f' at I I f xt 'cgi-yi f 5 ' K. ,. Y., vas: , gdb .N 'ig --' , 'f ,l 4 QA, V on t " AQ .3 f Q, M ,JT 55-4 C: 13 vt 1 ' A ffl Yin LJ' N' ll ,- 'wwf-u 1 1 x , A., f., Q: Q-f's Akwff A ii: Y in 'A ' ' ' , , 2 W, 'W 'Q ,: 1: " ' ff 5-'f' L h .?' Y ,l Q - K 9-UH 'ful o--v ., 'gg ,U 5. A .. if more im, David Doud Gail Yonker Nelda Bryant Jack Pierce Louise Putman Ken Mahoney Jayette Faulkner Norma Phelps George Knox Harold Ruebush Anne B. Carte M,arilyn Van Arsuale A Gary Schager Karen Myllenbeck Aloma Atwood Lamona Atwood Tom Wirth Oletha Smith Jeanette Kinnev fig' l Barbara Ware Duane Hadley Marjorie Lester Monte Lewis Roberta Stimson i, 'w Class of '57 "' 419' -av ""W Q ,, 14 ., . -W suv X 'Gs 'wifi if ya, TI? fm- B..-.J ...-' m If Us '7 'mix 4'3" D fl " i B 'IV Billy Johnson Pat McGuire Sharon Jones Gary Coelyn Joyce Clough Mary King Doris Harkey Gary Marlin Jackie McClintock Barbara Elliott Lequita Nutt Dean Weaver Paul Redlingshafer Gail O'Brien JoAnne Sanders Glen Chamberlin Clinton Blankenship Bonnie Hughes Judy Deardorf Dick Graf Betty Webb Ronald Clack Sandra Denman Janet Hall Larry Meshew Jerry Nix Gerald Page Billie Minkler ' ......,.. I ,.... L . A 'f' it sl x it in 3 wr xg ,WV Q, QL u T10 wr zzzzlz. .. ww I T231 J ,.y,, ,.,.,,,.,.t S W' :.: 5-, 1 .:. ts Q- VVQV In . ,ix L- . A ' ""' z .. , . M, -A ff 1 an ri., A1-4 ,--. as 'TEX We Q - ' '+R ,. W 'P fi aiwr .. V args.. ra W i JJ W if 1 W 4 yryryyyr i a X in ,,., i gm is t I f PM A ' 2 . ..f'f. Not Pictured: , Dan Boskovich Lynell Walkei Cv W' Burgess John Doolev Working on the Class Pla y with Mrs. Miller ' we -A, f,,,,aM,,,'. I, , I V , m,,4a.W,aaw if ,twvww,,s.?a5x,,1ww. , EA Block M Members Learn Duties From Mr. Van Loo Q " rw f Sandra Denman and Jean Radford do headstands to earn points for G.A.A. Designing a Checkmate are: Charles Dougan, Mr. Hall, adviser: Ronald Levy, Roger Delvlarsh, and Eldon Nass, members of the Chess Club 1 'V-. 7 Xlk ff:-""""l XX. 5 I Presidents of students groups are members of the Keystone Club Beverly Spiering, President: Carole Crisp, Carol Ogborn, Aileen Palo, Larry Henderson, Strom. Jack Norton, Malcolm Madenwald. Vera Babb. Neva Millsap. Jean Radford. Loretta Smith, Eldon Naas. Mr. R. J. Karp. Adviser, Karen vQ X.M:Jj::-4' X -M .wx-0?",XQs,bX 5 ' 1 66 yy Train up a child in the way he shllluld go . . . -The Bible Club CHPOIQ CUSIP, PI'CS1d0Ull MUVY Klflil- Vddg H0x'.'ell, Charles Griffith, Larry Towns, Lynell Walker, Brien Blankenship. 32, ,Q , Si ' . 2 , -as W ,,m., viarxxm A - 1 J W--ww, -., if LS Eza 'Q QQJ-3 , f' Mr. Woods explains electro-static and balance devices to intellectuals of the Science Club Larry lflendersoii, Jerry Maris, Malcolm Madenwald, Robert McCoy, Dean Mortensen, Virginia Eskridge, Jim Henry, Billie Ogbgrn. Mr. Woods, Adviser. 2.2 ,Q-MMWXNVWK Z it We an Us w X Weaver, IVI1,-l Vlll Flght on for Vlctory Basketball dominates the scene and pep assembl ea urge the teams to Left to Right, Back Row: Junior Cavaner, Roland LeVasseur, Larry Me-shew, Wayne Bartley, Jim Graf, John Bardwell, Duane Hadley. Front Row: Jack Norton, Statisti-ciang Ken Mahoney, Manager: Wayne Best, Paul Hatcher, John Losey, Dick Walker, Eldon Naas, Bob Abrahamson, Head Coach. The Myrtle Creek Vikings have completed another successful basketball season, winning 19 games and losing 6. These players showed a great determination in their will-to-win attitude by winning ll games in succession. On several occasions they had to come from behind against teams possessing more natural ability. The Viks won a Co-Championship in the newly formed Umpqua League with a 7 win l loss record and placed second in the Sub-District 5 tournament, losing to Roseburg in the last quarter of the final game. In non-conference games the team de- feated Roseburg, Ashland, Myrtle Point, Drain, Coquille, Madras, Willamina and Creswell. Leading scorers were Paul Hatcher with 293 points, followed by John Losey and Eldon Naas with 236 and 190 points respectively. Two guards, Jim Graf and Junior Cavaner, turnefl in sparkling performances in play making. Unfortunately, Veteran Rollie LeVasseur was side- lined during' most of the year with a knee injury. John Losey shot a very creditable 51'? ol' field goal attempts. On several occasions, John Bardwell's accurate passes to John Losey sparked the team. The teamwork shown between these two boys should be crowd pleasing next season. With Eldon Naas returning as a leader next year, the Viking squad could perhaps enjoy another successful season, not alone from a won and loss column but more important in the development oi' the boys to become better citizens. 9 HQ9? :N HEQVVX ix Rs N X Sl x ' A 1 bn ' 5? 35' If Ng Wy ii 3.4 1 1 4.551113 WWW Q!!! XM My - 'fm' ,Y Ayn Q31 25 Q 41 + 245 'A' 'K V Mg .-,-M M " Q zi: gi ig, E 'H 4 , 2 " ' ' A JY w W x 2 ,s 9? . 4! . .. , -:' 'Q ff K 1 , Q .4-:f3:.1. , 5 4, V x D ' xi fl fi I " 2 V f 553, X, V :X ' - M My 1, U ,. M, H 'K y' 2.311 Sa -lv "ff 'if ix s 3 53, 1 3 ,W 1 5 5 gym 5 ww bbw? -' 4 me fr if 5 if . K x , -MN. U V wfaw. :mwifa .f , ' + 4 -.-- , 4 wk f v . 4a V 1 1 - .W Y, , .ef Au M3 , x ff . , ww, wxfawv ,W MM? A 35, 5 ,V ,TW we 4, .. ,fs , ,, xf ,755 "' "v,""f ,, f 7 Ki 3 . , 2 E A' 2. QI qi 3 as gnfftfi' f 4 tm? V gi . ..., -,:, 5 Ang' 3 552 ,iz B g 5 Y f The Service Club was always on hand to help. .QNX ,E zz, lat' QQVPV Q C S Neva Millsap, Presidentg Joan Metcalf, Brien Blankenship Bill Lincecum, Dixie Sall, Sandra Maris, Carol Halbert, Billy Seiber. The Service Club is a Sophomore Class organization. The Rally Squad Beverly Spiering, Neva Millsap, Vera Babb, Linda Weaver, Aileen Palo t . 1 3 ,xv Q X as lVl.C.H.S. Concert Band M.C.H.S. Band Winter Concert Mr. H. L. McC1intic Supervisor of Music The Umpqua Valley League Band Festival and Clinic-Part of the Woodwind section is shown with Mr. Dial The Majorettes added glamoi during the football season Jowe Clough Jan Bcllltl Pu Spieim Pit Cnaxes v. ' . . ,. 3V '-' U- . '.. ,,, ' t y , by C x ,JJ if .. .- i 2 "There's a song in the throat of it- A lilt in each note of it . . . " .4 I - :"ze:a:,: gil?-f:::z i , . . .... . V. .... , ., t , .. M V1 -. , Q, 3 . X A Qc, Front Row. left to right: Phyllis Connor, Lamona Atwood. Altima Atwood, Sharon Taylor. Barbara Rosenbaum, Mary Timm. Pam Connor, Jean Radford, Shirley Black, Joyce Reiber, Second row: Mr. Dial, Rosalie Harrison, Margie Mount, Jean Smith, Jean Moore, Ruby Hawes, Marjorie Salsman, Ann Howard Carole Crisp. Neva Millsap, Gwen Hare, Bonnie Thomas. Ruth Norton. Back row: Gloria Potter, Carol Halbert. Joan Sheppard, Nyettia Dumont, JoAnne Rae, Kathryn Sanders. Kay McMunn. Janet Hall, JoAnne Sanders, Mary Lynn Jones, Dianne Tripp, Oletha Smith. Not pictured: Pat Connor. ' '-s. During the 1951-1955 school year, the High School Chorus, under the direction of Mr. Dial, studied a num- ber of compositions ranging' from classical to popular music. In addition to learning' the music, thc chorus performed on a number of programs during the year. Included in these programs were the Annual Christmas Concert on December 23, an exchange assembly program at Canyonville High School April 27, the Spring' Concert on May 13, and the High School Baccalaureate Service May 22. The Chorus also entered the Southern Oregon Music Contest-Festival, held at Medford April 8, and received an excellent rating' from the three judges. sf' Mr, Q. M. Dial, di- .,... ,.,, rector of vocal music. 3, , assists with instru- 1" I -s mental music. f M "' fc JSM.. ::1s2.., .zzi , ,.,.,,,, Spring Table of Ccmtents SENIORS SCHOOL LIFE STLIIENT BODX OIPIC If RS I1"CI'CU'I'INI' CO1 NCII NAI AL RESERVE MEIN SPAINISH CLUB THE SHLTTERBUC S AUDIO VIQII XI I R I NIYRTLEAI' STAII4 ANNUAL YI ABF TRACK BASEBALL SPONSORS PAGES A1 0 4 N T 7 ' w 1 'w 1 1 LX, ' 1 A w 1 y 1 w ' T N 11 J f J J J J F H -X v w 1 w , w X A Y y w w I ' .1 , " I, I ,1 . . 14 1 W W 1 1 1 .L I w w 1 ' L 95. , W- ' 1 Jack Norton. President: Carl Lincecum, Sgt,-at-Armsg Jim Graf, Sgt.-at-Arms: Ruth Norton, Secre tary: Vera Babb, Vice-President: Virginia Eskridge, Treasureri Ken Mears, Sgt.-at-Arms. The Seniors command the respect of underclassmen. Jack Norton and Darrel Hadley were two ot' tho top three students in the difficult mathematics test given April 21. Linda Weaver, Jack Norton and Loretta Smith were the three top students in an English achievement test given to two senior Flngglish Flassvs April 123. ff fix 5' They view Salem from the Capitol dome . . . Vera Babb: Rallg Squa-i 1. Ii. 4: Farnival l. 2. Zi. 4: Tic-lwl Vliqrirrmni 4: 1'2lYYl1'2llLI'll Xlziiuigvi' U' P111 l'llllv I 'l 'i 4' flaw 4:-1-iw-i:ii'.x' 23 Vlnss Plug 243 l'l:iss Yii-1--l'il-sillviii 4: Girls' l,--asm l'n-sifll-iit 41 Kvyslwiiv l'lul1 4: Hunn-f-4i1xiiiig.r l'i'ii1wss 4: liitru' IIllll'illS -lg .Ximuzil Shift 4, Bob Graber: 1'un1e-in l lul. l I liilrzlllilwzlla l. 2. 3. 43 liiliiiml l. 2. Ii, 43 l'ui'nii:il l'iim-1- :lg Flpflyilig' l'lul' 3: lili-vk Xl 24. 41 lfimllnull Zi. 42 Hziswllall 4. Phyllis Ballard: 'lhumleii-e-I frnm l'rllsse-i. Wzifliiiiirtnii. 2: l':1l'iiix:il 4. 4: 4-..X.A. .L 4. Mprtl.-:il limi in-as Malling:--1' 4: l':n'niv:il 24, 4 Vzinipaiiggii Xlaiimgvr 4: l.R.l.. 4 linwkvtlnill Nlaitisliriun Sl, 43 All nuul Staff 4: .luiiriizilisin Um tl-i'1-iiw' IC:-pmt:-1' 33 li1ti':m1ul':il Il. 4: flziss l'lzi,X Nlzlkl'-up fllziii' mul: :mil Viistllrnl-5 24. Greg Bowman: IH-p llzmil 2 lil-wk Nl 2, 3, 4: 'I'l':i4-lx 2, il, 4 liill':miul':1ls l, 2. K. 4. Linda Weaver: lm-iiinil I. 3 IS, 4: l'rim-1-ss 25: l'iii'r'li:ipiiig. Vliziirmzm 43 liirrziniurzils I. 2 Zi, 4: Vlzise Yiw- l'i'o-siili-nl 2 l'.ll..X. 2, Ii, 43 S.-4-l'et:il'.x 2 lin my llisiiivl J simlvnn Uliine 1-il 13 l'l:iss S-'l'g:1-:lint-:llf.Xi'nis 2: l':n'iiiml l. 2, 4: lntrainmrnls l. 23 lilm-lx Xl 2, Ii. 41 Yirw-el'l'i-si- lv-III 43 IMG'-lx:lll 2, -2, 41 lizls lr--vllgill 4, Carole Crisp: Hillll- Vlull 2. Il. 4. l'i'f-sill:-in 4. l'i1lllir-iti Vliuii' mam 243 l'zil'iuix:il 2, Zi, 43 l.R.l.. 4: liniiqii--1 K'lmii'm:iii 33 Flu-5 Plug l'iiqw1ii Xlaiiuign-i' Sig K.-hx .I 4 iii: 4. Virgin-ia Eskridge: 'I'imistwi-in-fl .win 4l.il4l.m-l 1, 1-..X..l, 3. .w. 4. liilllr' Vliill 23 Imi':nn11l':ils Ii. 4: Sri-iii-v t'luli 'l'iw-:isi1i'vi' 43 'l'i'ipl-' p,..Si,i,.m K: 15--MAA 3' 55- 4 Ii'i-- 4: tiiimixril Ci, 43 I'iirl-luis Earl Bumgamer. Vmnlmi I4 I-1.1, mul, H. 4. Rall., Nlumi 4 mg l'li.mm:iii 4: t'I:iM S4-1-iv 2, ss. 45 i:i...'i4 xi ::. 4: i4..,.li...ii i.ic.i.. za, 4, Plus, 'I'iv-:iauivi pa 'HU 11 -Niwml FHM 4: 2, 3, 43 lmrlrlmll 3. 45 lnrm- Hin-ls' lwfigiii- 'l'i'--nsixiw :ig sm Janet Bauer: 'Iwuiat--i-i-1'-l riiini murals I, 2, 3. 43 Flhivrhxiiig -ll-in limi-x' 'I'i'i-zisiiw-1 43 Vlai-5 liilliilll, :Ii-wgim, 23 Illll'2lllllll':lIs f'll1lx Ji, l'lzi-4 Il, 2. Ji: Xlzi-11,11-Ill' 2, il, 4 Karen Blivenj'I'1'ginQ!1-llwl rr.-ni Floyd Jr. Cavaner: Vim- Richard Geer: lim-I. ll 11, :c. llrziili 143 l'1-il l'luln Il, 43 Ilqiiwil-1: I'li-Niill-lil l: lluw Ill-pin-swirl.: 1: l-'-fwlluill l. ". Il. 13 'l'r:iwl4 ". V. Babb E. Bumgarner L. Weaver V. Eskridge G Goff B. Graber K. Bliven F. Cavaner J. Bauer V Bailex P. Ballard G. Bowman C. Crisp R. Geer J Gxaf 1 g ,ja S 3: 3 l ,.. www ,ig MY it 4 it ,Q- Jack Norton: Intrzmiumls I. 2. Ii. 4: t'arnix.il 2, Ii, 41 l'.m1- l'i':i l'Iulw 21 Ftlulvnt tkrllm-il Zi I: Vlusf I'i'i+ill.-int I: lmakf-tlinll 4luIisIi1-iam Il, 4: thus l'l:1I lhlsiin-aa 51:11:11:-'I Zig lil-wk XI il, 4: Ilusn-llull 24. 1: .Xmuu.ll Slull I. Wanda McKnight: 'I'mn:l.-ri----I lroln Sllvl'i4lail, 01"-gin: 2: I"-p Vlul- 4: l'a1'nix:il 4. .I 4, 43 Kiurmiul l'l'inr-e-ss I1 In ir:zn1ui':ilQ 3, 4: rtxifln-'n l'wm-il Ig lluilln-14-:iililig Qin-I-in 43 Rally Joanne Shirkcliffi I'-ip l'luIr I. ' 'S 4' VKX 4' t"al'iiival I Nquu-I 2. 25: Y'-ll Qu--I-In Ig Vines l'I:xy JL Hermina Seflick: time 'I'1-me ur'-i' I: Ilmiif-I-mliiiug l'rim-vss I: l':il'nix:ll I, 2, 25, I: Girl! I..-:num S1-I-iv-1111-5 Ji: Vlzia. I'i'l-Qi Ili-Ill fl: fI.I,K 24: IRI. 4: Vlzif. l'l:iy :lg Stlulvnt t'ln1m'il Zig .In and cards arrive their memory books J. Norton W, McKnight J. Shirtcliff M22 Q mml hillton' 4: timmal Ile-I-ww Jean Radford: mwirnixiil 1, 2. tion t'lmirln:nl Ig Il1tl':miu1':ilS Il, 4: l"lI.X I, 2, K: lml':lmlll':iIf Z'. ii. I, 2, II. I3 GAA I, 12, Ii, Ig Vic Starbuck. I-mlmnl 1. .,- I'i':-si-Ivul 4: Vluss SgI.f:itA.Iun- gg- 4: l.',,,,l1,,,11 yl,H,,m,., 1: p,,,,,l. Jilin- Imirpn Mm- 4: ll+-rm-4-onlin! Imll ::. 1: iii..-it M 1: I-'5-tying """"'r' t'lull CC: lloinl-m-mill: Ihr-I-ri 4. Melven Mortensen. RHI.. 1-lub, Charles Dougans lil--4-It Nl 4: l'ln-ss l'lul. :cg l':n-uiml I 2. 24. twirl-:ill 2. 4: lhiskwrl-:ill Xl.m- 4: IllIl'2llIlIII'.Ilh I. 2. 14, I: lil-wk ug:-i Zi: Vin'-5 Vlull Ii, 4, Nl 3, Ii, 41 l"muiI+::lI Nlzillalmii .I Loretta Smith: lntr:Iinix1':i'x I. " '4 4' l"u'mv-il I " 'I 4' Aileen Palo: tklrnixiil I, 2. 14. . Xwixmnl t'Imirln:m 3, t'luui1'm'I'n 1: I'rinwss L1 1:11111-:mimi Iliin- I: I'--p l'lul- 24, 4: IRI. R--f ug'-I' I. Kim.: :iml Qu'-on t'lu:liif 5-mt.-1' JI. I'r1-sifl:-nl 4: GAA ii. mm: 4: Iwi. Vlul. I. 2. Zi. 4: I: FII t :lg l'l:nM l'l:n,i if: l'r--nl Kim-fl'r.-hillt-nl :ig l'i-will!-in I: I'rog.:l':nii l'l1:iirniu:v H: .kmiuxil Illlrullilllula I, 2, 54, 41 IRI. Zi: Y:-ll I,4-ml:-r 24: l':nn1-i':i t'liill Pull, lim-itlx l'lu:iirln:m Si: ll.X,X Ii, tg Ilusiiiws Nlmmarf-I' 4: K1-ysttni-A 1, Bruce Winier: 'l'i':1ilsfvi'i-I-II twin Kinllllll ll Nlailloiwtli- 2. Zi, IH-1. l'luI. 3, 4: 'I'rig-Iv 'I'ril. NBTA I'4'llI1Il2llIlll'l' R. 4g In milrzils Sl, 41 lhill-x Squufl itviflmll Iimlj Yiw--l'i-vsitlvilt Vlilw Sw-i'vt:ii'.i Sig time l'I:lAx NIIUIVIII K'-mm-il I: K1-.wiv Vlull 4. Louise Leonard: lm l':in1lli':l IN 3. Il. 41 l'n1'nix:ll I. Z, Il. GAA Z. 34, -I: Sg't.f:ll-,Xrlns limiqlivt l'lu.iil'mull 24: t'l:iss I vaio- Xlnlluzw-r 24. Charles Griffith: lm-niuil Iiill lllil 'I I Marvin Moore: lun-.um1r.lIN 2, 3. 43 Fly-piping l'IuI. 3, :-:, 43 Fnntlmll 2, H, -l: 'l'l lziriliuil I, 2. Il, 4: llzlst-In "Heli Ili.-nn-l'Inn Wzialnillirlim 2' Illtruf ll""'l,""'l'l""l li l"""" llmll' 45 VIPISS l'l2l.V Slilbll' NIIIIIIILIUI' nmmls 3 '34 4. S,.i4,m.,, fini, 34. mail: :II .tnmml Slut! 42 lil-if 'iw-I..-it Zl.4'.I4l1i1'lm NI :4 4- vmfl :"""' 'W' I1 'milf 5'l'li"l 42 mm Hz' I,-i.,Uim:A1vhlI'. 32 4-HI, I'l:ixs 'l'l'1-:min-1' 13: .Xllvliu-Ylsllsll I. niuzl IC, I. Bev Spieringt 'Iii':mal4-rr:--I funn H. Sellick L. Smith M. Mortensen L. Lconar V. Starbuck B. Winter A. Palo C. Griffith C. Dougan J. Radford B, Spiering M. Moore . N QQ I xr, x I I Larry Henderson: Nullwm Ito-lx Roland LeVasseur: Mu-ll-m Im-51-l.-m Ig Ntmlr-nt t'1Iulu'1l 2. loulu-II I: I'ulnix:lI I. 2, il, 13 tg Null'-Ill Ilml-I l'I1l.x Ig l':u'm Ilorm-1-HIIIIII1: King li Illvnlwwrln- ull I. 'l. Il, I1 .XIIv-ggro l'IuIv 'ng Hx:-m'l Sly III-In-It II i'. Il. l. il. Il. I3 I. 'I'l'o-1151114-1' 2. 213 ll.unI I'l'-si-I.-nl I: Ilzlalv-II..lII ". II. I: 3, :Ig than I'rwi:l--nl '1 Ilralw lf-nlvlulll :L Zi. I. 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I'1'p Full Il lnvxlx:1I I. J. .-. l. Ruth Norton: ,tllt-gn-U tlnl. Ig I'1g- Il.nnl I I I " 4' VKX 'I' lll"'I 4. Phil Starbuck: Va 1: Mull:-rn Iml-I Ilnt llnlm-ll IA Iwlrlll-III 'I 4' I' Ninn I tx I 1114- I'l'4-iflv .--1 L5 I: l'.nrluixuI t'l.l-- 'ltlw-:nw rnlunl I. 21. S::I.-:ll-.Wills 4: III:-vk N1 Il.m-lull! I: ll! I. IRI C. Ogborn B. Herbert B. Thomas C. Lincecum R. Norton L. Myatt G. Hare P. Starbuck D. Hadley I f ".':::- nil .I Darrel Hadley: Bilvlr- flulr -. 'I Illtrznrnurals I "' 'I I- lar A 41 Iilw-It M 4: Ilalsl-lmll I. ll,lsIwllmII I 21 lm., . Gordon Rutter: tklrniml lg IM-4-It XI Z'. .L 45 I-'-mtl-all I. 2. .L 4: Lil' Klum-r I. Kenneth Mears: 'I'mn5r.-rr--'I rum Iluglrson, l'lIiforni-I jg Illflw t'luI- I: lurlmal I 4, . . x mr unul ll I I-lx -lxlnn-f I Iult 'I' IIIII I I 4-L Xl K. 4: Il:lsvInlII I-1. I. IIMII 4. Clara Young: tk I: FIIX ". Il: Pop tlul l. u'lul.lI I. J. They enjoy the and prepare tc G. Rutter K. Mears C. Young 'Huw 1 Q W fm. ,- wr 1-so Paul Hatcher: 'l'r'ar1sf1-rn--1from Jean Sellickz lmrunmrals 1, 1: i'm'nix-nl 'P Jig lilo:-lx M 4: Il. 4: F-,ml-alll Xl:um::"l' 41 UNH' lim.:-lmrsr 32 l'2i"'IiYHl 3. 4: Blur-k 3. 24. 45 GAA 2. 15. 43 t'1u'nixul Illfkml-all 1-ra llul' Ji: l"l.Y'UllllI Vlulv 24: H 3. 4: l"fmll.all ii. 41 llaskn-I' I. 1, 24 4. . . - i Hzmll l'lv-Sill:-:ll 41 H2151-lmall 243 mu 4. J k. 0 i T I IB':"'f,Je2" ?U'10'x"i ',"f'f1""Q- livwli u 4. llIYl'JITfllll'lIl5 1. 2. :s. l , A ac ie w ngs: l'umh-r1'w 45 . L. Z, 3 5. . L. 2, . I ULQWWHC? sifuhens' Km" lm" rr-un .Xslnlauvl Ura-gun. 4: Nlyrt' Yilf'-l'r-fivll-rut 351 IRI. 43 far- Jerry Maris: Stuflvm Cuum-xl I'Bll""' tml' 'Ldf' ,ru lvalf Stuff 4. nlxul 1, 2. 24, 4, Varnpuigll Man- lg Slullvnl lhnly l'ln.x.1gAll1tra- . mc? owar .1 -' liimhllu ... ,. ..l ,I ugvr 45 I5-p1'luln2. Ii, l'rvsi-lvm murals 1. 2. 24. 4: Carnival 1, I""" 4""""""ll"- taht- J' -4 F?rre.sgnEi"' iI4'I"'l:"'f1,lf"'lf .frixzi 24: Rally Squml 343 Sr-in-:ww l'luI+ 2. Ii. 43 1'lns.4 I'la.x Sig Ilusf-lmll Trudy Theuerkauft 'l'l'nlush-lwwl '- 5 In 'vi' ' " M 2 l. Vluw I'l:n4x' I'rfm1plm-I' Zig FHA fs: llll. IL. 4. S1-ml-l.11'.x 4: Vurn' from .luxu-nu. .Xlalalul Il: All1'1,:l'vv I' 3' '4' L I. 2. il. 1, lil-Iulyql-r I, Hiy 1-1-gl ful, Zig Sm-If-mv Vlul- Yic-vf l'lnl: I. Il, 4: llpvrn-tin 41 Stu Domihy Robertson: ,.,Hi,.,. I-lrlgun Z. Nu-I-fl'nwl.l1-lat 4. Tuul- l'x-1-gill.-:ul 4g lizuxllf-llmll S4-:nw-V lf-nt ll.,-lj l'l.n,x lg 1'znl'Iliml I. 1-ml, I -l. Hxx .l 35 4 gm. .ln-1 Zi, Nlullx huns! lil-Him l..-vp--v 4. 1'. l. l' .41'l.'- 1 45 V- V4-so ln, ' . ' '. 43, - , ll 5, .. lx.--2-.rv 2. :H 45 .Xunnulnlll t'1lxi1:l::1:nH 4: Xllwlll-:nl I "IH l' tkmmn 1' l' N' I' mmm NIH 1 I x Betty Cackrellz 'I'm1m--uw'-l '.l.,n xg 11.144 N-1-rl-luv-.x I., Richard Walker: lmuzumnnlx Gary Ramey: 1.l1mx.ll l. " n.-m llf-1 sl-ninu-. Xlkumux l. Jumor-Semor Prom say farewell P. Hatcher T. Theuerkauf F. Lee B. J. Osborn JA MHHS L. Stephens J. Sellick D. Robertson G. Ramey B. Cockrell B. Howard J, Owings R. Walker V ..., MMM ---. . . WF. -l ' ' 39 ' r gg Q 1 fl . Q . 2, ffifr jx, M N ' Student Body Officers Phil Starbuck. Sgt.-at-Arms: Joanne Shirtclift, Yell Queen: Linda Weaver. Treasurer: Larry Henderson, President: Eda Marie Millsap, Secretary: Beverly Spiering, Vice-President. Maxam m ' ..w"'Q9?""' and Executive Council struggle with problems Larry Henderson, Student Body Presidentg Neva Millsap, Bev Spiering. Eda Marie Mxllsap, John Stonerod, Karen Strom. Larry Doucl. Phil Starhuck, Joanne Shirtcliff, Linda Weaver, Jim Henry. Jack Norton. -13 we mu X1 F.H.A. Girls learn how to make successes of their future homes Standing. loft to right: Marilyn Wyatt, Velda Howell, Joyce Jones, Ethelyn O'Mealy, Billie Ogborn, Pat Nexvmaii, Jan Guizin, Roberta Stimson, Miss Rust. Adviser: Carol Ogborn, President. 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Co-Editors Virginia Eskridge and Terry Lampert, Joey Shirtcliff Jackie Owings. Billie Ogborn, Betty Cofkrell. Trudy Theuerkauf, Carol Ogborn: Mr. Robbins. Adviser. Not Pictured: Dorothy Robertson. Dick Walker. The Annual Staff strive to reach deadlines Lett to Right: lioruttgi Smith, Busiiicss Munuiguit Trudy Tlieuerkuul, Picture lVlanagcrg Vera Babb. Adv. Mzinaucrz Boverlv Spiering. llcrinina Sellick. Ed1tor:lVlrs. VVhisenant. Adviserg Karon Bliven, Junior Czivaner, Fotbaill: Jim Grzill Basketball: Rollio LeVas Pictured: Virginia Eskridge, Jack Norton. -,-W 5 ff' Qeur. Football: Aileen Palo, Advertising. Not A Q 'P . sip. M uv we , A3352 ff' f""f X gww if V ,kv S E Q Q Q .V x i 454 W QE 9 -, fave' 1191 W! if x W aff -.xwow Left to Right, Top Row: Stanley Bennett, Jim Murray, Stanley Main, Harold Ruebush. Bill Johnson. Fourth row: Bill Paehmayr, Lehman Myatt, Paul Hatcher, Richard Kremer. Richard Geer. Third row: Gary Weaver, Mike Walker, Bebby Loehman, Gary Rees, Bruce Winter, Eldon Naas, Charles Dougan, Darrel Hadley. Second row: Douglas Dyer. Eddie Pete, Edward Hedberg. Edwin Payne, Malcolm Madenwald, Robert Stephens, Alfred Thompson. First row: Coach Bob Abrahamson, Mgr. Rex. Blankenship, Eugene Burelson, Kenneth Pritt, Jarl Den- man. Richard Hadley, Ray Froehlich, Greg Bcwman, Harold Dean, John Bardwell: John Dooley, Asst. Mgr.: Asst. Coach Max Woods. Although the weather conditions have limited outside workouts this year, a regular turn out 1.1 forty-five track prospects has been running in the gym every night in preparation for several home track meets. At this writing the Viks have scored decisive victories over Sutherlin. Glendale and Douglas. Only strong Roseburg dents the Viks win record. The interest in the sport has doubled over last year, and the enthusiasm shown by the Freshmen and Sophomores has been especially pleasing, So far three school records have been broken and several marks have been challenged. Wayne Bartley jumped 5' 6"g Bill Pachmayr ran the 880 yrrd run in 2 minutes and 15 seconds for two new records: and Harold Ruebush tossed the platter 126 feet 9 inches for ancther record. He also has thrown the javelin over 145 feet. Pole vaulter Greg Bowman has come close to breaking the school record of 10 feet 2 inches set by himself last year. He has vaulted 10 feet 2 in-ches and in warm weather possibly will go as high as 11 feet. Eldon Naas will also welcome warm weather as he must cut down 5 seconds for a new mark in the mile run, which stands at 4 minutes 56 seconds. Besides Wayne Bartley in the high jump event, Paul Hatcher. Cedric Stumpges, and Richard Geer have all jumped 5 feet 4 inches. Wayne Bartley and Bruce Winter have both run to first place in high hurdles. Bruce also has placed in the low hurdles, John Bardwell has been a point grabber in the low hurdles and broad jump. The weight boys. Harold Ruebush. Richard Geer, Darrel Hadley, and Melven Mortenson have scored their sbare of points. Veteran Ray Froehlich and Lehman Myatt, a novice this year, ran the 440 yard dash. The sprinters are Jim Henry. Leo Barge, Robert Stephens and David Doud. Other boys who have pushed the experience point winners and sometimes have scored points them- selves are Alfred Thompscn, Dick Naas, Ed Payne, Ed Geer, Ed Hedberg, Stan Bennett, Tcm Bryant and Gary Rees. Judging from 'the improved general interest of the students. and the enthusiasm shown by the large number of participants who either entered competition or were beginners this year, the success of Track looks better for Myrtle Creek High School. wwnafg -4 fi 54. .1-., 1. 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So far the team has been able to get in only four of eleven scheduled games, winning two. To date CApril 271 six are left to play. The Viks are trying to reschedule all rainouts, especially the games in the newly formed Umpqua Valley League. The team was strengthened this season by twelve returning lettermen: Ken Mears, Marvin Moore, Jim Graf, Jr. Cavaner, Jack Norton, Larry Starbuck, David Doud, Monte Lewis, Earl Bumgarner, Harold Ruebush, John Losey, Larry Meshevv, and transfer letterman from Springfield, Gary Marlin. M.C. vs. Grants Pass M.C. vs. Riddle ....,.,,. M.C. vs. Riddle ............ M.C. vs. Grants Pass M.C. vs. Oakland .........,. M.C. vs. Roseburg ,..... M.C. Vs. Glendale ...... M.C. vs. I. V. H. S. .... . M.C. vs. I. V. H. S. BASEBALL SCHEDULE FOR ...mrainout ...Wrainout .......rainout ...,.,..,..8-4 ...mrainout 2-9 .......rainout M.C. M.C. M.C. M.C. M.C. M.C. M.C. M.C VS. VS. VS. VS. VS. VS. VS. VS. 1955 Sutherlin ...... . .,.., rainout Douglas ................ ................. 1 'ainout Glendale ................................ rainout Bandon fdoubleheaderl Sutherlin Douglas Oakland Roseburg These are the sponsors of The Myrtle. It is to them that we wish to express our appreciation for helping make these pages possible. Students are urged to patronize these businesses and firms, which gave us their aid, encourage- ment and good will. 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