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

 - Class of 1958

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For the first time the district has nearly reached its goal of an adequate housing program, and consequently there are no building plans for the immediate future. Although the district wealth per pupil is among the lowest in the state, the local patrons have been willing to raise enough money to support an adequate school program. It is expected that the district will receive much benefit in equalization from . recent school legislation passed in the state. MR. AL NEET 4 B O A R D O F fwcj lt- f CQEEK 'HGH M vnfl-E P R I V N C I P A L Your 1957-1958 year at Myrtle Creek High School has seen student and faculty participa- tion in academic and extracurricular activities which have contributed toward our classification as fully standard by the State Department of Education and by the Northwest Association of Secondary and Higher Schools. We are looking forward to the return of our undergraduates and to hearing from our graduates from time to time during the next school year. M. R. Barkhurst, Principal LEFT TO RIGHT: William Jamesg Vincent Knoxg Paul Froehlichg W. A. Wirth, chairmang Al Neet, superintendentg Gilbert Weaverg John Meier. ng g:532f'?::M ' gg M MQW w ws! . 4 I x 3.4 ,- A, 'i.. 'xii-lab U,-'E' 11 5 B " 0 xg I s fgglg ff? f V 1 me v ,QW f 4 1 GX Q vw-Sr, 45 -' ' F 3 .. r " """ ' 3: 'E-+ I - h i+Q?' .4. ' Q..-h-f Q -1.116536-J . V Af . -- hx X -, 'rn .wx I E W' ,,,, ws N419 L l L , , . I Hg C . -, N3 ' I Q MR. LEROY JUELKE MR. GENE O'BR1EN Shop, Boys' P,E. J .V. Basketball Coach Typing I, Bookkeeping I, Freshman Basket- J. V. Track Coach ball Coach, Junior Class Advisor MISS WILMA GORE MBS. BARBARA CANNON Library, Sophomore Class Advisor English II, World History MR. JAMES OLSON MIR. ORVILLE RENSLO Industrial Arts, J. V. Basketball Coach High School Band 7 MR. ROBERT ABRAHAMSON Health, Social Science, Vars- 1 ity Basketball Coach, Track Coach W MRS. MILDRED BUNCH Homemaking, Junior Class Advisor Tiiifi' 3' H, - - ' ' 'i N . ,. -1 .7 , I f "sf, 1' B ,A we V - ' Waite, I . , . lf ig.. , ..,, . I K , . ...., vK" S ,A ' MR. GERALD CHADBURN Senior Math, 9th Math, Freshman Class Advisor MR. HARRY ROBBINS MR. CHARLES KOSEBUD English I, Social Science, Algebra I, P13116 Geometry, Freshman Class Advisor Sophomore Class Advisor 8 f"N- i",,"'i,,11.,,"" . . N H H ' W -Q-., -. 5- , x "'i"'S""' W 4 MR. NEWELL WOOD MIR. JOHN VANES Algebra II, General Science , Physics, Plane Geometry MRS. MARGRETTE MILLER Shorthand I and II, Busi- General Science, Biology ness Law and English, Typing I and II is N 'X' ' 'X . A Mfhx-i asv ' i 'K iiyy T iz' MR. FRANCIS FINNERAN MR. ANDY ULLAND Latin I and H,Eng1ish I, Journalism 9 World History and Geography, American History and Govern- ment, Wrestling Coach, ' Y A ' 12.'vC,f.' .I ' I 'fiifhi A ' H ,2. , , , , ., . 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Boys' League 1, 2, 35 Track 3, 45 Intramurals 2, 35 Football Man- ager 25 Jr. Class Play 35 Carni- val 3,4, Manager 45 Prom 35 Dramatics Club 3, 45 Chess Club 25 Carnival 2, 3, 45 Audio Visual 25 P. E. Asst. 43 Shop Asst. 4. .xr 4 5 all Class Pres. 4, Treas. 35 Home- coming Princess 15 Student Council 45 G. A.A. 1, 2, 3, 45 Pep Club 1, 2, 3, Sec. 2, Treas. 35 Jr. Class Play 35 -Jr.-Sr. Prom 35 Carnival 1, 2, 3, 45 Christmas Princess 45 Year Book Editor 45 Christmas Ball 45 Girls' Triple Trio 15 Girls' Sex- tet 45 Chorus 1,35 Girls' Glee Club 45 Daisy Mae 45 Myrtle Leaf Leaf Staff 4. Y S Q, 2 s l Band 1,2,3,45 Boys' League 1, 2,35 Allegro Club 2,35 Camera Club 15 All Northwest Band 35 Football Manager 15 Basketball Manager lg Intramurals 1,25 Pep Band 3,45 Dance Band 2. ii Carnival 1,2,3,45 G.A.A. 2,3,4 Pep Club 3, 45 Intramurals 2, 35 Student Council 35 Girls' League 1, 2,3,4, Sec. 2, 3, Treas. 4, Pres. 45 G.A.A. Vice Pres. 25 Myrtle Leaf Staff 45 Prom 35 Class Play 35 Class Pres. 35 Homecoming Princess 4. A-1 1 N ix -Ya Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Band Pres. 45 Band Treas. 35 Allegro Club Treas. 35 Pep Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Bible Club Pres. 45 Annual Staff 45 Student Rotarian 45 Jr. Class Play 3. Girls' League 1, 2, 3, 45 Carnival 1,2,35 Pep Club 1, 2, 35 Rally Squad 35 Cho- rus 1,2,3g Girls' Glee 45 Sweetheart Princess 25 Intramurals 15 Carnival Campaign Manager 2. Transferred from Roseburg 35 Girls' League 3,45 Carnival 3, 45 Jr.-Sr. Prom 35 G. A. A. 45 Annual Staff 45 Christmas Ball 4. Football 1, 25 Annual Staff 45 Speech Cz Drama 25 Carnival Prince 15 Transfer, Washington 35 Boys' League 1,25 Fire Squad Lieutenant 4. Boys' League 1,2,35 Wrestling 1,25 Intramurals 25 Football 45 Block M 45 Audio Visual 3,4. TW llll l 5 ,5 , ' Transferred from Douglas 25 Football 2, 35 Track 2, 35 Boys' League 2, 35 Wrestling 35 Myrtle Leaf 45 Fire Squad5 Student Rotarian 4. G. A. A. 2, 35 Band 1,2,3,45 Yell Leader 15 Girls' League 1,2,3, 45 Carnival 1, 2,35 Pep Club 1, 2, 35 Rally Squad 2, 35 Jr. -Sr. Prom 3. ' Boys' League 1,2, 35 Football 15 Basketball 15 Baseball 15 Class Representative 15 Intramurals 15 Myrtle Leaf 45 King Sweet- heart Ball 2. Service Club Pres. 25 G. A. A. 45 F. H. A. 15 Girls' League 1,2, 3, 45 Annual Art Editor 45 Car- nival Chairman 4. 13 lvcfhefh Hgsiagi Football 15 Basketball 15 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 45 Carnival Prince 45 Carnival 1, 2, 3, 45 Block M 2, 3, 45 Intra- murals 25 Boys' League 1, 2, 3. ,, ,A E mm 'I 1 WW? savi, wg, as Yrs-fin A ,. U Q- S.. . 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A, 1, 2, 3, 45 Girls' League 1, 2, 3, 45 Chartering Commit- tee 35 Prom 35 G.A.A. Treas. 45 Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 45 Carnival 1, 2, 3, 45 Christmas Ball 45 Jr. Class Play 3. Junior Play 35 Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Pep Band 45 G. A. A. 2, 45 Intramurals 2, 3, 45 Carnival Chairman 45 F. T. A. 4. G. A. A. 2, 35 Dramatics 2, 35 Christmas Ball 45 Carnival 2, 3, 45 Girls' League 1,2,3,45 Intra- murals 1, 2, 35 Myrtle Leaf 3, 4. Football 15 Track 15 Boys' League 1, 2, 35 Jr. Class Play 3. Student Body Pres. 4, Sec. 35 Class Pres. 25 Student Council 2, 3,45 Homecoming Queen 45 Girls' League l,2,3,45 Cheer Leader 1,35 Rally Squad 2, 45 Prom Chairman 35 Intramurals 1,2,3,45 Class Play 35 G. A.A. 1,2,3,45 Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 45 National Honor Society 3, 4. l l . J J 1 ! I i G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 45' G. A. A. Pres. 45 Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Carnival Princess 45 In- tramurals 1, 2, 3,45 Honor Society 3, 45 Christmas Ball 45 Girls' League 1,2, Gkls' League 1,2, 3, 45 Pep Club 15 Jr.. Class Play 35 Cast party chair- man 35 ,Prom Committee 3. Football 1, 25 Track 15 Boys' League 1, 25 Prom 35 Carnival 3, 45 Class Sgt. -at-Arms 45 Christmas Ball 4. Band 15 Girls' League 1,,2,3,45 ' Vice-Pres. 45 Service Club 25 G. A. A. 2,3,45 Pep Club 3,45 Intramurals 2, 3, 45 Jr. -Sr. Prom 35 Girls' Glee Club 45 Christmas Ball Queen 45 Year I Book 45 Myrtle Staff 4. ' l s 2 Band 1,2,35 Chorus 25 Boys' 1 League 1, 2, 3. 15 5 Girls League 1, 2, 3,45 Carnival 15 Class Play 35 Betty Crocker Award 4. Football 1, 25 Class Play 35 Carnival 1, 2, 3, 45 Prom 35 Wrestling 15 Christmas Ball 45 Audio Visual Aids 3, 45 Fire Squad 45 Little Abner 45 Boys' League 1, 2, 3. Baseball 1, 2, 3, 45 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 45 Football 1,2,45 Track 1, 2, 3,45 Block M 2, 3, 4, Sgt. -at- Arms 45 Boys' League 1, 2, 35 Carnival 2, 3, 45 Intramurals 1. Carnival 1, 2, 3, 45 G. A. A. 2, 3, 45 F. H. A. 1, 25 Prom 35 Girls' League 1, 2, 3,45 Dramatics Club 2, 35 Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 45 I. R. L. 45 Bible Club 35 Intramurals 2, 3, 45 Service Club 2. Basketball 1, 2, 3, 45 Foot- ball 15 Baseball 25 Block M 3, 45 Boys' League 1, 2, 35 Carnival 1, 2, 3, 45 Christmas Ball 45 Class Vice-Pres. 45 Intramurals 15 Class Play 35 Prom 3. Transferred Days Creek 45 Dramatics Club 45 I. R. L. 45 Year Book 4. Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 45 G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 45 Girls' League 1, 2, 3, 45 Band 15 Carnival 1, 2, 3, 45 Rally Squad 35 Prom 35 Class Play 3. Boys' League 1, 2, 3. 16 Transferred from Belling- ham, Washington5 G.A.A, 45 Annual Staff 4. Pep Club 15 Paper Staff 45 Class Play 35 Carnival Booth Chairman 45 Girls' Glee Club 45 Jr. -Sr. Prom 3. Baseball 1, 2, 3, 45 Track 1, 2,3,45 Football 1,2,45 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 45 Block M Vice-Pres. 45 Prince Sweethearts' Ball 45 Car- nival 1, 2,35 Boys' League 1, 2, 3. Boys' League 1,2,35 Band 25 Chess Club 2. Transferred Grants Pass 35 Girls' League 3,4. Band 1,2,3,45 G. A. A. 1, 2,3,45 cmmet Quartet 3, 45 Sax Quartet 2, 45 Girls' Glee Club 45 Girls' Sextet 45 Intramurals 1, 2,3, 45 G. A.A Vice-Pres. 45 Class Sec. 45 Girls' League 1,2, 3,45 Jr. Class Play 35 National Honor Society 3, 45 Christmas Ball Chairman 45 Christmas Ball Princess 45 Jr. -Sr. Prom 35 Carnival 3, 4 Pep Band 45 Triple Trio 4. Girls' League 1, 2, 3, 4. Basketball 1, 25 Track 2, Girls' League 1, 2, 3, 45 3,45 Block M 3, 45 Intra- Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Band Sec. murals 1,25 Carnival 45 35 3rd Vice-Pres. 45 Pep Boys' League L,.2, 3. Band 2, 3, 45 Intramurals 3,45 Carnival 1,2,s,4. Carnival 45 Boys' League 1, 2, 3. Band 1,45 G. A.A. 1,2,35 Girls' Glee Club 45 Carnival l,2,3,45 F.T.A. 45 Dramatics 2,45 Intamurals 1,25 Service Club 25 Girls' League l,2,3,45 Junior- Senior Prom 35 Publicity Chair- man of F.T. A. 45 Science Club 25 I.R. L. 4. Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Yell Leader 1, 35 Rally Squad 2, 45 Class Sec. 35 G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 45 Drama Club Sec. 35 Class Representa- tive 35 Student Council 35 Car- nival Princess 35 Carnival 1,2, 3, 45 Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 45 Jr. Class Play 35 Girls' League 1, 2, 3, 45 Myrtle Leaf Staff 4. Football 15 Carnival 3, 45 Boys' League 1,2, 35 Class Play 35 Prom 35 Intramurals 25 Fire Squad 3, 4. Football 3, 45 Track 1, 2, 3, 45 Basketball 1, 2,3,45 Class Play 35 Student Body Sgt. 45 Student Rotarian 45 Boys' League 1,2,35 Block M 1, 2, 3, 45 Homecoming Escort 4. Pep Club 1, 2, 45 G. G. A. 1, 45 Girls' League 1, 2, 45 Carnival 45 Rally Squad 45 Girls' Glee 45 Glee Club Sec. 4. Transferred from Douglas, Myrtle Leaf 4. Transferred Oakland, Californiag Girls League 4. I Boys' League 1, 2, 3. Pep Club 1,2, 3, 4, Drama Club 1, 2, 3, 45 L R. L. 45 Girls' Lea- gue 1,2,3,45 Carnival 1,2,3,4g Class Trophy Committee 3,45 National Honor Society 3, 45 N. H. S. President 45 Intra- murals 3, 4. Tracie 25 Boys' League 1,2,35 Carnival 4. Allegro Club Historian Sz Play 25 Baud 1, 2, 4, Pep Band 3, 45 Fire Squad 4g Dance Band 25 Assembly Squad 35 Science Club Vice-Pres. 45 Camera Club 1, 25 Carnival 1, 2, 45 Boys' League 1, 2, 35 Jr. Concession 35 Student Rotarian 4. Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Pep Band 2 3, 45 G. A. A. 2, 3, 45 Intra. 1,2, 3,45 Band 2nd Vice- Pres. 35 Band 1st Vice- Pres. 45 Treasurer 45 Girls' League 1, 2, 3, 45 Honor Society 3,45 Class Play 35 Princess Christ- mas Ball 45 Chairman Prizes 45 Carnival 2,3, Senior Class Will We, the high and mighty Seniors, Class of 1958 of Myrtle Creek High School, being of sound mind and disposing memory, do now make and publish this, our last will and testament, so that we may distribute our interests among our beloved underclassmen, realizing that they deeply regret our passing. I, Sharon Schager, will my talkativeness to Bob Paine, in the hopes that it will not handicap him. I, Nancy Brown, will my appetite to Patsy Scanlan. I, Bessie Patt, will my athletic ability to Janet Bliven, knowing she will be the first girl to participate in boys' sports. I, Marilyn Wyatt, hereby will the secret of my exotic, wavy pony tail hairdo to Kathleen Traub, who has always wanted to discover it. I, Betty Blackert, will my good times in Roseburg to my sister, Anna, knowing she will make good use of them. I, Bob Lincecum, will my tall tales to Jim Perry, knowing he will say'they were his in the first place. I, Kelly Norton, will my cider press to Gregg QOlej Lindquist, hoping he'll save me some when I'm home on leave. I, Shirley Pachmayr, will my naturally curly hair to my cousin, who would appreciate it. I, Ann Hayter, will my speed in the 100 yard dash to my sister, Jean, hoping she can catch a man, too. I, Carol Jones, will my grades to some lazy student, so that there will a pleasant surprise for someone's mother. I, Sharon O'Neall, will my troubles to Janice Sisco, hoping she can solve them. I, Atha Ireland, will my "quietness" to Glen Bell, knowing the teachers will appreciate it. I, Alvin Helgeson, will my cavalry boots to Wilford Lee, knowing that if he keeps his Chevrolet, he will need them. I, Pat Matthews, will my red hair to Bob Jones, in hopes that he will be called "Red", and that it will become his pet peeve, as it has mine. I, Doug Dyer, will my ability to like school to Owen Russell, in hopes that he will use it wisely. I, Joy Richards, will my long, blond hair to Freda Greenwalt. I, Lela Bloomfeldt, will my curly hair to Tom Byford, in hopes it Will increase his personality. I, Leo Berge, will my shortness to Ted Roberts. I, April Winter, will my drumming ability to Joanne Gilmore, in hopes that she will use it better than I did. I, Tom King, will my ways with girls to Tom Timm, hoping he will use them to the best of his ability. I, Nyettia Dumont, will to Susan Dyer more good times at ball games. I, Judy Graf, will my ability to "bug out fast" to Bill Calhoun in hopes that he will take advantage of it. I, Byron Auer, will my height to Darwin Schager. I, Sharlett Gratz, will my hair grower to Anna Blackert, knowing someday she will need some- thing to cut. I, Juanita Stimson, will my ability not to get my driver's license to Marlena Sellick, hoping she gets hers sooner than I got mine. I, Gail Harkey, will my sax to Steve Hall, hoping he knows what to do with it. I, Don Bishop, will my baseball ability to my brother, Edgar. I, Brad Goff, will my hurdling ability to Frank Shirtcliff, hoping it won't break his arm again. 19 I, Arletta Wilfong, will my long hair to Linda Kinnaman, and my red hair rinse to Mr. Cameron hoping it will cover his gray hair. I, Wanda Hadley, will my ability to get a husband to Twila Bishop, knowing she will use it. I, Jackie Trees, will my little hot rod to Janice, and Gary to Nobody. I, Ruby Jannsen, will my long black hair to Joanne, knowing it will shock everybody. I, Clinton Dyer, will my trusty "safety razor" to Dudley Klimback, hoping beyond all hope that he will never find any blades to fit it. I, Joan Deen, will my quietness to A. J. Waltz, knowing everybody will enjoy it. I, Larry Doud, will my good driving ability to Rick Cearley, knowing Eddie will appreciate it. I, Keith Ulam, will my little blue Ford to Carol, knowing she'll get to drive it anyway. I, Gary Lee, will my "super Chev" to Mr. Abrahamson, knowing he'd love to rack off the pipes. I, Jessie Smith, will my snazzy haircut to Sam Ferguson, knowing the girls will love the com- bination. I, Eddie Cearley, will my wrestling ability to Bob Cavaner, knowing he could use it in basketball next year. I, Carrol Buley, will my little black book full of addresses to Glen Bell. I, Harold Dean, will my car to Larry Page, knowing he won't drive it because he can't drive. I, Patsy Jack, will my typing ability to Barbara Bennett, knowing she will use it. I, Linda Richardson, will my little green Ford to Kathleen Traub, knowing she will never get to borrow her brother's car. I, Claris Hughes, will all my old girl friends to Don Harkema. I, Robert Shafer, do hereby will my bare head to Gerald Mills. I, Beverly Doggett, will my job at the Dairy Queen to my sister, Dorothy, knowing Brent will appreciate the crazy hours. I, Betty Moan, will my ability to get passing grades to Joanne Jannsen, knowing she will make good use of it. I, Ann Howard, will my'long naturally curly hair to Anna Blackert, knowing she would enjoy cutting it. I, Beverley Churney, will my books, locker, and ability to climb the stairs to school every day to Gerry Rhodes, in hopes she'll carry them well. I, Bernice Biss, being sound in mind and body, will my place in shorthand, to anyone who can fill it. I, Jan Guinn, hereby bequeath my sideburns to Jim White and my ability to stick my foot in my mouth at the wrong time to Lee Winetrout. I, Gary Hall, will my ability to play the cornet to Mickey Felkel, knowing he will need it in the next three years. I, Carol McDevitt, will my ability to go elk hunting, but get a "deer", to anyone who can put it to as good an advantage as Ihave. I, Pat Newman, will my quiet, lady-like voice to Peggy Hubbard, knowing she has long admired and wanted it. I, Keith Ogborn, will my pipes to Richard Weaver, hoping he will get a ticket. I, Dick Naas, will my Sergeant-at-Arms job, gladly, to Wes Davidson, hoping he does as much with it as I did. I, Gary Brown, will my "hot, little Ford" to anyone able to keep it running. I, Jeanine Murray, will my good times on the Rally Squad to M. C. H. S. , hoping it will create a little excitement. I, Ron Bauer, will my ability to learn English to Wilford Lee, hoping he will use it as I have. I, Jim Murray, will my sports ability to Frank Bartley, hoping he will never get tired. I, Jim McCarley, don't will nothing to nobody, 'cause it took me eighteen years to get it and I want to keep it, whatever it is. 20 7 Senior Cluss Prophecies Dear Mrs. Whisenant: It is now 1968. Ten long years since the class of '58 graduated. After those years of success or failure, the following ias been revealed: Sharon Schager and Butch Gratz have gone into politics. Sharon investigates everything and Butch does something about it. Beverly Doggett, after so many years of hard driving, has become publicity manager for the Studebaker Motor Company. Gary Lee and Jackie Trees have settled down to the nice, quiet job of teaching. Pat Newman and Kathy Sanders, now nurses, have come to the conclusion that, 'a woman's doctor is her best friend". Gary Brown is owner and operator of the Lubrication Department of the Myrtle Creek Shell Garage. His main business is oiling fishing reels. Alvin Helgeson took over his dad's cattle ranch and is raising "water buffalo". Atha Ireland, an important movie star, now believes Ireland was named after her. Ronald Bauer is now superintendent of the Douglas County School Board. Don Bishop has left all the hub-bub of the city and is now a sheepherder in Australia. Gary Hall has created a happy medium by combining the Liberace and Satchmo bands. Betty Blackert has just retired from the bench in Reno. The jury found her guilty of about 1000 traffic violations. Jan Guinn, after so many years of marriage, has just finished her first successful T. V. frozen dinner. Keith Ogborn, after going through so many transmissions, has developed one with rubber gears. Sharon O'Neall just received the greatest commission ever, modeling hip boots on the Riviera. Dick Naas has just completed his first movie of basketball, produced by the very late Mike Todd. Brad Goff is now playing "Lil' Abner" on the legitimate stage in New York. N Bernice Biss is editor of the "Lonely Hearts Column" of the Myrtle Leaf. Carol McDevitt, the new "Betty Crocker", is now teaching the latest cooking methods to the faculty members. Doug Dyer has just bought his twenty-fifth logging truck and is driving all of them himself. QRemote controll Jessie Smith has finally attained his life long ambition, marooned on an island with a mermaid. Bob Shafer has completed his own home library, thanks to Miss Gore. Keith Ulam and Mike Walker have just returned from the Navy after ten years of N. R. O. T. C. April Winter, after a long, hard struggle, has replaced Mrs. Whisenant as Dean of Girls. Marilyn Wyatt created the most did away "sack" and brought back the "Hour Glass". Tom King and Kelly Norton have walked their way up through the "ranks" of A. F. L. and jointly share the honors of presiding over the loyal meetings as Sergeants-at-Arms. Juanita Stimson is the first successful lady of the Royal Mounted Escort of Queen Elizabeth. Nyettia Diunont is now publishing the home edition of the popular booklet, "Cooking". Oda Griffith, being on the Queen for a Day program, has received as her wish, "that the penguins at Portland be taken back to Siberia". Bessie Patt, along with Carol Jones and Gail Harkey, has created the new band sensation, the "Tri and Listen", as their first album. In Africa, Carrol Buley is seeking a specimen of a short Mau-mau". He is going to enter him in the Olympics as a wrestler. Eddie Cearley is now in New York trying for.the Charles Atlas Award. Judy Graf and Pat Matthews are partners in owning the famous Shakespearean Play House. I ll 21 Leo Berge put his year in the Army and is going to start in the used car business. Jim Murray has just had a book written about his life. Title: "The Legend of Sleepy Murray". Harold Dean has become a ballet instructor, but still wrestles his old yellow Ford down the highway. Claris Hughes has teamed up with Man Mountain Dean. They are the World s Champion Tag- Team Wrestlers. Remember those pretty curls of Clinton Dyer? He is now a stand-in for Yul Brynner. Lela Bloomfeldt is the proprietor of a quaint little tea shop in downtown Reno. Nancy Brown has recently been named the "World's Greatest Big Game Hunter". Beverley Churney is the most famous high jumper in the Women's Olympics. Patsy Jack is now the richest person in New Mexico, after being in the cactus business fOr five years. Betty Moan has struck oil on her famous South Myrtle farm. Ruby Jannsen is now the World's Fastest Pea. Sheller, having defeated Russia's entry. Wanda Hadley has been married to Duane for the past ten years. She now has complete control over Kusler's Market. Byron Auer was recently named the best actor of the year. His portrayal opposite Jayne Mans- field in "Will Success Spoil Rock Hunter?" has spoiled him. Jeanine Murray is now President of the Dairy Queen Co-operations. Joan Deen and family have moved to Riddle, where husband Pat is manager of the Nickel Mine. Shirley Pachmayr is living in California and continuing her career as a housewife. Jim McCar1ey no longer hides his girl friends in closets, since they now have learned to get out of them. Bob Lincecum just received a promotion to Rear Admiral in the Navy. Joy Richards is a famous model. She models black hair dye. Ann Hayter and husband Tom are in Europe selling Fords. Larry Doud is vice-president of the Tri-City Redy Mix, where his employees work only half a day. Arletta Wilfong has just come back from her tour of Europe and is planning South America as her next victim. Ann Howard is editor of New York Times and does nursing on the side. Linda Richardson has moved from Boomer Hill to Mt. Hood, Where she uses skis to get where she wants to go. I Well, that's all the new I could dig up about the "C1ass of 58", so don't worry too much about them. Looks as if they're doing just fine, but I hope you are doing much better. So long for now, -M Sz M- 22 Junior Class Officers from left to right are: Linda McCoy, President, B111 Calhoun, Representative, Peggy Hubbard, Treasurer, Tom Byford, Sergeant At Arms, Linda Kinnaman, Secretary, and Dick Lowell, Vice- Harley C ampbell president. , I ' A' - W - A 'Qu 5 :X A lv..A N . X ff',!,f2.R Tom Byford Mary Dooley Ytvx' I A ,- Q , y " A C Y ,F K ' ' 15, ' is J 4.-S' :ff ' A "i F2 i. H on George Charles BiSS Flinn L09 Lenore Fenter Thompson 1 - i . i n 7 Cf Alice Frentz , X ,lj Jean Hayter X ,.i.""3"1 I , l 1 " , 4 . gqtht LO' I ,Af ',, X Deanna Penland M Q ,,.. ,vw '.r f , Q '-mf-7 wi ,, L., h f.d,-EE? 1 'Sn 5 ,.,.,. f , , .... .ip f,., .- V ea..-, H -.Q - - V.1..mg,1 5' I If :F ,mia N I z.: ,,. 1 f ' J' S' I1 ' x , l ,EV lx 'l 4 w" 'WT r W P fe 4 1 J , l t 4 , Av is 4 'MJ-1 A 1.1 W Whse 1' 7 -we M l.r llr .fHw l'fW Gerald Mills Tom Timm Roberta Ferrel -: .'.1'5 View .Q .T'. iq '!' 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Q 1, wi! : 11 W w A, , ' v l 1 I X , h Lloyd , ., James ' 8, Alf' ' -F53 Mg, ' .-' ' ' , , 235, wo Hafkey r Perry r, 'wr' .. gs Y E pu aw. .w xi i .- ., f-rW1': :,.,"'::u1 . ff, ' , 3 , :brim .t.f -. . ,1 Wl ffp E1 if, 1 ff lm 'wv.....f , Mi: 1: w w .W f'?s.'1"-'-,A 1 " 1 ' ' ' ' Jlllilafr 1' 1 ' .nw-eine, r lag'-4321-'N -N l ' " -f-'H2f11:2m.- F , Richard Weaver , :ee -a l' ,, H wk' , r 71 f " Ml 11 H H W N' fl A ' W I 1 i K u u u Y AJ Waltz Oren Gaskill A v ' 4 , f wil y! I 1 ,M 1 '-'iw Y I7 he- 1 rla Wes Dav1dson if Geraldine - . Rhodes W., 6 T , , Pliggy Janice ' j X' Hubbard Steinhauer ,WI fi. - 2. ' V gifnjian, ., V in , Y - Na . gg sf ef' fm Q 25 2 1 ge 'S , . V., L M '- 33 nn -sm .EA ,Www ,:,",,u , Bob In , Jones m. ng" f., .y V --af" 1 , ' o xi, W I, -'A I 2. . , W, -' Glen Dudley r .jg iiwmlxlrn Y Kllmback 421.4 5:2452 1. ' 4, 1,. D011 x P 2325. Barbara W- ' f ' " Lockman no H Bennett W M A W -4' ' ' " F25 , n 1. 111 f ,N ALL, ' W .- .. ' H5lW W fi3iiE3?i525iW2 eff "'4f f I WW , , 1 ,,. .J ,,, ...K . . . -no ,mfegp , sf.,,.ns.fp,,,N ,,! ,N ,, fx - , 1 v f I ,H 4'f ?a52fHE25, FW- . -1 .2,Juhefs1,:r2si2Qfss.2iZ,wwL, ,, f- ff W f L .--W we-ww faq? ,p w V A 'A V ' Pi, .A iifgzfir .N 1' A A 1, ,, ,, M, W ull Biff? I, v- ffm ., .M I 'Ja , F ,, , 1 , - il L , If ig ' 1 1' swf 4 , M fl K.: r Hn, 1 . Ill ff- ' K l R l, .V Dick Linda V Lowell McCoy A : at Q tv 5' V is : Bob B111 5 L Paine Calhoun V' 76,2 li, 'cr '-vii L Judy Brown K." ,, ' ' Janice Whitmore J. fgef b ke' . g,,'g,,,,11,,Njji,j3Ql, ',Q,,' , . ..,,..., M J N N X , ,R 'M W Brent Winston 1 Bonnie Cathcart 'f-13.11 H , , Linda W , Sheila - . . . W AK" W if eff' K111112-mall 2 . Shlrtcllff 411' . , W V ,, W ...... . W '-'N WWF f W v ,5?e,z,, My XM," xy, xg, Gregg g fy. Rick j g 1 ,, Lindquist ,ew f' 42 W 1'-fi Cearley Wk, - ' A , 12,1 wgpivrz- U man, 4 az,-,. ,f -' .QLL 5, si- , :aes YES: Mason Cleveland Tim LaBrake .1' ln.. ' Norma Bryant Streitberger R0b81'fB Sam Ferguson S X H 1 Dick Ted A -,oo N .. Ls oo o N " - F3 N , 1 z l ' l 1 5 ji- Auzv "ew-wx M ,I . .,., Z, 'www' , ' ,I ,QW 'NNE 3 1 . ..4.I. " Don U 3 Harkema ev, , o oo e Glenn Hayter V ,Q Phyllis ,. ' T 1 L, i, ,a J. 3 :EL Ware wb-4' V1 Roger 7 ' Ludwig ,s QW! ? , my Ml. , , 4 b UN N 'Q - gee , , o.,A:W,, , ,., iw ,, 1 9 V I y .1 ' n I lv . J, 5 X LN 5 a v' an , Frances l' Stewart Judy James 4" m g' Jim -: fs Nu . .1 M 'jf p m ...gg , , A: i l l ml l, 5 ,- . .M . , .. : .. - fs 1' H ,o, ml-. ' Steve Lampert HQ, Wilford Lee Morgan ,A ,- .1 vw ' J ' l ll Dar . 2 Schager .f R A A :M 1 V-. 7 -. Lf, - 1 ,5. ,Q . 2 ,,l- , wifi 71 h VJ . "V '-"N 1 " 2 - - '2..e"wf,. W- - -V, .Zed-g f - Charlotte 3 ' Thompson 1' E! W 11,0 X1 ' .V i s y? M- -1-.,,!-H W Y: -' iz? f" 31 , . 2931 I X David Halbert 26 Twila Bishop .. 5. U, l 'Nu Junior Rogue Name: Glen Bell Barbara Bennett Jim Bryant George Biss Twila Bishop Judy Brown Bonnie Cathcart Lorena Buck Tom Byford Bill Calhoun Rick Cearley Wes Davidson Lee Fenter Sharon Chipanno Mary Dooley Roberta Ferrel Sam Ferguson Charles Flinn David Halbert Don Har-kema Lloyd Harkey Glenn Hayter Alice Frentz Joyce Hendrick Judy James Bobby Jones Peggy Hubbard Dudley Klimback Linda Kinnaman Linda McCoy Tim LaBrake Steve Lampert Wilford Lee Geraldine Rhodes Sheila Shirtcliff Gregg Lindquist Don Lochman Mavis Grimm Jean Hayter Billie Brown Janice Steinhauer Francis Stewart Dick Lowell Roger Ludwig Jay McVicker Nick Majure Gerald Mills Jim Morgan Tom Osmond Lenore Thompson Joann Townsend Kathleen Traub Phyllis Ware Larry Page Bob Paine James Perry Ted Roberts Darwin Schager Dick Streitberger Tom Timm Janice Whitmore A. J. Waltz Deanna Penland Richard Weaver Brent Winston Norma Bryant Oren Gaskill Ralph Davis Charlotte Thompson Mason Cleveland Noted For: Moon Gazing "Frenchy" Dancing Laziness Don Qnot her brotherj Vic Another Starbuck boy Kinfolk Nothing "Herbert" Going out with Eddie's girls! lVTub!I Arguing Changing boys often Auburn Hair? Cement trucks and Larry! Neat coat Speeding Shyness? Rlmning "Spiderbites" llpa-ttyl! Being sarcastic Going to Riddle Horses Pipes "Hiding in c1osets!" Parties!! Chasing boys!! lIMac!l Mechanic Roxy Thunderbird Deloy. llBuShll Pickle juice?? "Deacon" Sweetness Saturday night parties!! Days Creek boys!! Dimwittiest! Army Lights out! ! Goats Red hair Brawls Cute grin Hair-do Smiling Long hair Playing basketball Singing Out of town boys "Billie" Stubborness Tall tales Being 6'4" Growing ll220ll Wrestling MFI-ankn Rocket Quietness Cold pick-up Fragile sinner Mud pies Brains Strength Navy Deep voice 27 Gu llery Arrested For: Star Gazing? Going English Romancing Building a Bridge Parking with other boys! Rick! Another Cearley boy!! Outlaws Everything l1Marge1l Finding his cum! Taking a shower! Agreeing Changing towns often Blondie! Garbage trucks and no L Prison garb 20 miles an hour!! Slyness! I I-litching a ride "Fleabites" Someone else Being sweet Going to Rome Cowboys Smoking one "Her 'flipping' the coin!" Leaving early! ! Hunting Nightcrawlers! ! l!Dudll Wrecker Proxy Tequila Roy Rogers "Backwoods" Bug juice! ! "Peekin" Turning sour Sunday morning blues?? M. C. men? ? Wittiest ? ? Navy Getting caught! ! Sheep Cheap from China Dolls Snarl Getting a Mohawk Scowling Getting a crewcut Dancing can-can Cawing M.C. boys Butting someone Giving in!! Telling the truth Marrying a midget Dieting 100 yard dash Getting the wrong hold lVT0mll Exploding Being rowdy Hot pick-up Going to church Burning them Flunking out Cutting his sideburns A, W. O. L. Marines Shallow mind arry! STANDING LEFT TO RIGHT: Joleen Sobolik Rep., Bob Cavaner, Sgt. at Arms., Yvonne Weaver, Treas., Donna Swinney, Sec., Tom Tiffin, Pres., Claryce Humphreys, Vice President. . VK Lee 5 Peter ' . L m Douglas DeI111iS . 'lf Winetrout Dorsett ' If Tj 1 Hanneman Chamberlin 1 ' W f - 35 - , Tfifgilr 555 Joanne - if E Gilmore v- T52 U S- Linda ., f fl " Q: ,f L Burgess . Sandra I V . A - -, M Betty My A 1 f W nQ , Paul if Sharon X Janet f ,'n, wh- ,. Cota Bliven .rf , - .5 H: .. ,- - ref:- C arolyn ' - gg Q Sandra Pritt ' 1 Christensen ' , 1 D 4 Shirtcliff new Dorothy ffl Tamara D ett , ,Q f Stamey Chuck ogg A' '. flhwii M Ronald Cason Rousey N km an Robert '- 3 Terry K Q . Rodger D 1, P, 1 Walker ' I O'Neal1 I n Trask ff 'Z T T ' . ' Russell Bob jgigggg Wesley Allan W Stoppleworth McDevitt ww f: Mccarley Kusler . ,.. W.-,mg X HN! A D X' '-1121 12 , ,A , D D1 sE11'.1'i"' 1 Carol 1 54 :1 Linda Q Grimm Um Y A1111 Sharon 11142521 11 1115- I v TL rd Kelly Sampson Bernice ' 'S-'Fifi 1,1 Redlingshafer f l 1 11151 Donald J ack X 21' 6 , x 1 41 Corinne Bloomfeldt 5 --1, 11 N.-.1 N QE. Q, , 1 la' 'V' " W" ' - -m J' 1 1 1 1 "W 1. IE 1 'L 1 1 11 uh 1 num Ann I 1 11' ,I 1 H025 2 ,3 - -1' - lux ' Tom Walter O' Mealy I A , , I . . Q1 .. Tiffin Lib," ' 11 ' we PA 11:21 11651: .l. '.L:' ,ist .A . D0113' 7.-'T ' I. -ji Bernice Berge if 1 11 K' 1 Bailey ,4 L'g Lawrence Root X .- Barbara 1 1 Harris Q7 I Janet Pat - 'NWV IH Naas Hiteshew KM v mm- mm, 1 1, . -g:.1.1.5:5:-: Mir V L! QT" ,jg 3211 Anna Orel Blackert Moore flflff "2" .- 11511135 , Jerry Kinney f 1 -- f-1 if ,if ,.. Y M 1 .M fes gg,q1w11fL:g 1 I 111' ,. 113 111 1 -abit If 1 re x Luetta Gall " 111 V, +:-jf le Jean McDonald Dallas Sall 5 fig 'lim bf Z' ' l , :1 -155:11 , Q11 X111 .1-1-1 11 1 if'111"11.1 ' ' fy 'Q Helen 'i Dorsett Ken W 1 Watson 1 lg, 5 1"111Illf111 "" "W l1j1lllw111g1 Freda Greenwalt QW-1 1 11 y' , ' x M '7't'.1111, 1. Mitre -3 11111.11 11 U AJ. 1111351 x 171111 11 111 1 1 L M 1 Mu! HW 'QW an A N 1 1 1 V! N1 L 1 D f??fI1i'hiff . .1 1.1 ,11' Jerry Brister 31 if Sharon 'D Parks J! . SX 3 ff ' f 1 , 'f ' J. .1..4 -6511 Barbara Phelps . M31 -in 1,1 9:11 11111111g:H?11 vu ,Wu11nz11m1' 5 I EAHVWL 1 5 .fm 'U M5111 Claryce Humpreys Naney King 1 111"'11 'X f1.1::'r5,!1 Ginger 2. WWNM B y 3 we 6.11. FF .1 .. Sharon gf K 1111 1,1 i Sh er WE '-5 A I ' ' if' rl rf Vw ., lj , L-5.4 QCQQS Steve Susan if ,Wil Cecilia Bob ' V-alib i. Wylie Dyer " Dougan Cavaner 'K v L V u .Q V- Q V Gary ' qm i v-3:1 A Owen i "5-'Ti' . H' 'f:- -S' if :Q Qi 5 Gish 1-fly Russell ',':': P Lorna Donna H. Stanfield Swinney KE H, V-if w N Harold : Z David Long :..,,, Vg v 1 Wylltel' ' Marilyn "W-fi fv5n ?5gl'.J'f,112g Patsy Bagan iff: Omer Thelma JOIBGH Hughes Sobolik iii H2151 W :la Q r .L A . "wi " ' 'z ' ... , W INE' I John Patsy lhwnlj u 1, Arnold 'zy E 'ZTQA ,Q ' iw " ' "W - ' ' 'gi fi: V , T' .i 1 Hay-ter E SCSLIBII D, 21 Dams I if 547 'fret ' 3 QL 3 3 3g W ' g .,.,, 4,2 We ' , " 1 V Yvonne Larry Nj., ,, ,, X Weaver Frazier 7' ' ' ,. Q- JUL 'T 3 51357 E lhif gl , R . ' - wh ,! ,- 211. tv Steven Frank Hall Maddux NOT PICTURED ARE nm '- ,IE P v X r I Q 'H N w, mf x -.- Y ,- mg., Janice Trees lm. 11 Karen Marlena Ie lim ' . wx .2 -1' I' , tu 3 Brittain seuick S ,J 1 W EV B X vf 30 Steve Boyce Sharon Carr Jackie Rae Leonard Roush Jim Fowler Ted Thompson Karen Thackrey Billy Wimberly Fred Earwood David Andrews Shirley Seiber V? LEFT TO RIGHT: Chris Owings, Sec., Pat Mohr, Rep., Edgar Bishop, Sgt. at Arms., Kathy Watson, Treas., Gordon Lowell, Vice Pres., Susan Black, Pres. Dick Hall Keith Newton Janice Sisco Roberta Meirndorf Dixie Hare F QL, K ' ' Ronald Schager mm ,WH si my fr nw ns si" 1 Ramona Evers A A-X . W., Donna Trask T 9 K1 , A Vx' ,ix Coleman x MH ' ff , Joy Whisenant 1' 'Ex ..'- ZS. H- " v ,13:fz,,11,' , ,i ti, -Q. Barbara -' Q I' ui' Lee "auf Lys Derwin Miller Pat Hughes Gary Fiddy Charles Goodin Z X fi-w , ' , .- M wr " 9 , M ,.. ,. Robbin Hornseth ' . Bonnie 'ii 0 ' NU.- . to - ,, v.. .ff V 'Sig . iliL'5-65,1 'T 51, si Roxanna s I-Ianneman Jim Deardorff New 1 . If ff, fe W , , 'Jig 15:4eiK5W5g3r,.ymv , ., f ffiggwl if .f, 5 M: 3 1 we 17 .mr mfs? xi? 4 ii smrgfegi, - 1 wma we fieeeggw . 1 ssfszfwzsfe ua , ef-gsggwm,ew, fWfw,f,gLgsfgw N ,swfisfgsiease - 'Q - .1XffS1x1?EfL5'il-.nws..rr 4, - ,saggefg-gsfgireezsgswepz-, "-JU' Jewueflegeefm-'seam U A ,W 1, QQ1gsgw1r,,aee5qffs,1e,,.W,Imp fi ,5,gQ5,z,1'5i, ,, v,Mgaf-- .fa Lf 1 , L ,x 2, wh zz MFE 'wh -fi " 1' 1, ' H' V ' T gm 'W0 U is , 5 N V rw 2 E -sr-7. sex .J H -1- lvft V ,L fr ' M25 J - new ,, Q, ef- , M vm ' QMM-P+-1 ffwmfssg-wefzrwfrf ea, iv' w,fsf:'z2ff1y1 iffy,-,f5Qf,i2,LQf,f41 ' rifiHg1!5Hiie"fv " ' V Y- , A WWQQ ' ' . 4 I jnda ' Perry x W Gerald Whitmore Sharon Gish f Larry W 9 Myllenbeck Linda V N V G Johnson -AH Susan Black Gordon Lowell Alice Munch Edgar Bishop w Junette ' Schliep Sharon Glampe if fit i Irvin Slater 1 Y., Q Q as 'e:,:T ' ' 'f' I ' Frank Q V' Bartley Pamela Ronk 'J"Tff.. xl: -f rv 1 I Y ll 'I ' l 'K f I .f-"JI :NI fi. ' ,1-.:""aiwL f Nancy Walls 1. 1 Tl I lr N-mul an J .w , .I w ' u lu, 5 A PM , nl hm' John Mclntyre '- -ar l'w1l1fli1"'wq-il l? FW 'N by iw, Daisy Mills W .,.,. ggi , 'Ei 6 1 1 . xr ,. J, If . T 5' A l' mga .Qll Kathleen Cooper Mike Davis ,--, me-P-11 AW Genevieve Shelton ' ,l Bill James Lyle Lee Janet Wheeler "7 LE" 4' if A1 Q97 John Gilmore Linda Ackland 5 v Ewwnw Q- - all "'vW"H' W W ,N 'I 5 3 IQ 15, I Y I rv v ,Mig f Mary Cambron Sharon Kathy Morgan JF , n 1, al.,,, , .l I 1. 4 Earl Dean Lindquist Davidson Larry Hayter if ' Diane Dials' ,fgil Donna Judy Riggs Balllew W ' - A N Riggs Crawford C Carolyn Marilyn Vonnie g Robinson Thompson 1 . .. , 5, ,., ,if Jinkins 5- Juv , "ull ,-X. , vlu J " ,el Q! , J , Gerald ' Deardorff y M ' Lewis Johnson Jean Bill Jensen 1 Wilson ' as X z Il ohms f 4 9:51 ' - gg x fyl em" I 1.3 '. JN - if ' 'J ff. 1 f .1 ii .' f- l iw ' Ada M of Chapman V1 X M V L. ye X A if Don Rebecca Jim Wolgamott Pearson -:': Manuel , i f -,1 "' ' ' ' Leslie Kathi -fl Dixie Mary suwer 1 Watson X Frazier Groover at Wm .. is 3' E j ,UQ ,EL jihrsez i , ee 2 5 if ' Mary Wilson Chris Owings 'Q E555 e .-1' W 3 W M ,L y Shirley Kelley NOT PICTURED ARE Sandra Wright Q i,:h .: ii i ' ' ' .Q I Pat i q Mohr - .y N t U ' H xx Jim ymfgn f JZIIIISBH 1: f-TTT f M C1 EE Phil Yi ,..,,., L. W' -1 Kelsey h.hhh lr K. ,ez if , '. 1 ..:... QT' Larry n 1 I Tavenner V7 Joanne Douglas J3.l1!1SeI1 Ygung E" nn, A-ul Patty V -,. ..,1.1L-3 P, Dodgen 'lifnv 1? . I' ' 5 if on 3 1 1 .. ' , F f X J 1- E I Ugg. , . . 1' , Y -ag uw , "', TU SQ! ' F92 L.:' ,V -1 A Y 3 Kenneth Albin Neet ' JHCQUG IYH Mahan f' - 'KN w I .f Miller ggjgfn QF ' 15, - a f '- if ew 1 ' Lv me gf iff! 1 213-'WL ' if .fi Y Evelyn " V fFfef'? f4 QhVIarsha 1 ' Walker W "i' 1- ' Ackland f Y 5 John V 1' Ponting X! f T "::' .K e -' 3, . 'fi ' W Steve Geal-ge jmn in "Wi Lawrence 1Qf"Vi",Q1T-W Bryant 4' 'O . X 'zl A Barbara H Meier Edward Bakke Sa-me Mike Mickey Felkel Anlauf Arrowood Shirley Freemantle Barbara Im, - xl Glenda . Thompson Watson Mlchael Hayter 4 - Sharon Hemingway .' Kenny Lent ., V George y Allen ' ' A ' ' '- C9101 Linda J I ' -1 Hocker Gaskill A i ' 33 Dorofhy H. NH! Y Nw! LK. ll Posey I i ' 1 Eddie Wilborn ,:. 'lx M 1 i N E A1 f N 2, ik ' Qi. Jvvdl Jim White TE? '51 Shirley E ., ' i Brown Leonard Stimson Earl Sturmer Pat Bishop Dale Andrews Linda Armfield Eugene Tapp B E S T PERSONALITIES EA51E5-r .. T ,, "il ' G N Q -MX -7 I Y Y L A f f ' ,L O 1 ' as Q . -, I , s A , K 47 --.-.-- Q . '.- - : zv' H H Wu.. Mg... H' 1 -i , N 4 'V F '- I :pig G 1' is. 452255 ,gg 5, Ugg, ,.Qg.f'?,3 G13 ,i 3937721 -n f' f.'q's-', , .Ln S , , I, A .- 51.4, '- - 'Yagi '11 4','Q13,a uk K ,Q-fox. 'QM V .gxir Ev QQYQMQ- ',f'Q?s:s..-' 'S +2232 f'.f1w?'if: 'f" :fi View 55365 g-355 V 'VH k ,. Q. bg :Q V' -.' ' 1' ,f , - , - u,,,--gi. -ff... 5,- Q. I--,: Sig - fx, .5-I Z, - I. , .L qf::'.S-?7!Sgga-. Lf 1 'xr i ' '-5 gf-'?ff5?f Gary and Sharon Pat and Jim ll B E A o S R . I T 0 I 0 U A N I' 1. D L. FIGURE . . BUILD V Gary and Jeanine MOST SCHOOL Ann and Eddie Jeanine and Dick 34 S P I R I T Student Council Honor Society Girls League Block M G. A. A. I. R. L. Science Club Pep Club F.T.A. Stage Crew Service Club Library Assts. Fire Squad Bible Club Myrtle Leaf Drama Club I I Student Council ' ' rzrkv E7 x if AF? il ffzi 1 , ' W zi ' M I fi? .2 E A wi? LEFT TO RIGHT STANDING: Joleen Sobolik, Betty Lou Paul, Kathy Sanders, Tom Tiffin, Dudley Klimback, Bill Calhoun, Dick Naas, FRONT ROW: Ann Howard, Susan Black, Pat Mohr, Jeanine Murray, President, Janice Steinhauer, Sheila Shirtcliff, Linda McCoy. .,,, 1 -..ea-Me.. i I STANDING LEFT TO RIGHT: A. Hayter, C. Jones, B. Calhoim, K. Watson, M. Dooley, M. Grimm, Mr. O'Brien, Advisor, R. Trask, B. Paine, B. Winston, D. Klimback, L. Kinnaman. SEATED LEFT TO RIGHT: C. Grimm, N. King, J. Bliven, M. Sellick, O. Griffith, S. Shirtcliff, K. Sanders, J. Steinhauer, J. Murray B. Parr, J. Hayter 36 O C E T Y Officers LEFT TO RIGHT: Linda Kinnarnan, Pres. Atha Ireland, Joleen Sobolik, and Juanita Stimson. r 1: "f'f.,5...l-5 , 'yr' - ...pn-. LEFT TO RIGHT: K. Ogborn, F. Shirtcliff, R. Trask, W. Davidson, G. Bell, L. Harkey, J. Murray, G Lindquist, D. Lowell, B. Calhoun, D. Naas, J. McVicker, R. Cearley, Advisor Mr. Juelke, Pres. E. Cearley, C. Buley, G. Mills, C. Hughes, D. Bishop, B. Paine, W. Lee, D. Klimback, B. Winston, D. Streitberger, K. Norton, B. Goff, B. Cavaner, G. Lowell and D. Schager. W se an Q ee 0 'MM STANDING LEFT TO RIGHT: K. Sanders, C. Jones, B. Bennett, K. Watson, S. Black, S. Kelly, L. Johnson, C. Owings, S. Anlauf, A. Kelly, J. Sobolik, D. Doggett, S. Davidson, A. Ireland, K. Cooper, M. Ackland, D. Frazier, L. McCoy, L. Stanfield, P. Matthews, J. Graf, C. Pritt, L. Thompson, B. Churney, R. Hogg, FROM BOTTOM TO TOP: J. Murray, S. Shirtcliff, B. Doggett, B. L. Paul, C. Humphreys, J. Townsend, L. Ulam, J. Naas, L. Sutter, D. Riggs, F. Stewart, J. Hayter, J. Schliep, R. Meirndorf, J. Sisco, B. Blackert, P. Mohr, D. Bailey, G. Bay, S. Cota, M. Sellick, D. Swinney, S. O'Neal1, L. Bloomfeldt, L. Richardson, J. Stimson, B. Lee, M. Wilson, L. Gaskill, N. Walls, A. Blackert, S. Glampe, M. Wyatt, and Y. Weaver. SEATED IN CENTER: J. Bliven, A. Howard, S. Gratz, Advisor Mrs. Kelly, P. Hubbard, B. Patt and Pres. Ann Hayter. STANDING: Mr. Ulland, Advisor, Linda Ulam, Bernice Biss, Pat Newman, FRONT ROW: A. J. Waltz President, Carol Grimm, April Winter, Alice Frentz, Joanne Gilmore. 38 P P FIRST ROW: K. Sanders, SECOND ROW: S. O'Nea11, J. Trees, THIRD ROW: B. Paul, P. Matthews S. Shirtoliff, C,Humphreys, J. Murray, P. Hubbard. FOURTH ROW: P. Mohr, C. Owings, S. Black, S. Davidson, FIFTH ROW: L. Stanfield, J. Sobolik, J. Stimson, A. Ireland, C. Pritt, B. Doggett, Y. Weaver, A. Kelly, M. Grimm, J. Hendrick, SIXTH ROW: D. Swinney, D. Doggett, Mr. Abra- hamson, Advisor, T. Byford, J. Graf, O. Griffith. STANDING LEFT TO RIGHT: Pres. A.J. Waltz, Mr. Vanes, Advisor, M. Arrowood, D. Halbert, G. Mills, B. Calhoun, D. Harkema, O. Gaskill, J. White, J. McVicker, P. Kelsey, SITTING LEFT TO RIGHT: D. Schager, N. Majure, B. Winston, B. James, R. Hogg, and L. Gall. Qi- FRONT ROW LEFT TO RIGHT: B. Bennett, A. Winter, J. Whitmore, D. Bailey, J. Bliven, J. Naas, L. Burgess, S. Parks, L. Ulam, STANDING LEFT TO RIGHT: Mr Wood, Advisor, E. Cearley, J. McCar1ey, L. Kinnaman, P. Ware, President. Tom Timm Darwin Schager Bob Lincecum 40 .1 library ssishmt 'Tl-+R' 'i FROM LEFT TO RIGHT Dick Naas, James Perry, Marilyn Wyatt, Ann Howard, Linda Richardson, Shar- lett Gratz, Twila Bishop, Oda Griffith, Ginger Bay, and Peggy Hubbard. gi-BV'-Cf 4 f K gi-RWC6 FROM LEFT TO RIGHT: President, Ruth Ann Hogg, Bernice Redlingshafer, Marlena Sellick, Cecilia Dougan, Linda Burgess, Ginger Bay, Sharon Parks, Sharon Sampson, Janet Naas, Lu- etta Gall. 41 C L U B ff..- f'..--...l 1 ll STANDING: Mr. Chadburn, advisor, BACK ROW LEFT TO RIGHT: M. Davis, G. Hall, K. Ogborn, D. Sall, S. Boyce, FOURTH ROW: T. King, G. Brown, C. Hughes , B. Paine, A.J. Waltz, THIRD ROW: B. Winston, G. Bell, D. Lowell, W. McCarley, E. Bishop, L. Lee, SECOND ROW: F. Bartley, G. Lowell, D. Klimback, W. Davidson,. G. Lindquist, B. James, B. Goff, FIRST ROW: B. Calhoun, C. Dyer, B. Lincecum, M. Walker, Chief was not present for picture. LEFT To RIGHT: Tamara Stamey, Carol Grimm, Gary Hall, President, Mr. Wood, Advisor, Lola Bibby, Luetta Gall, Sharon Carr, Jay Mcvicker, Phillis Ware. M I I I H5221 ay? ' STANDING: Lee Fenterg Bernice Bissg April Winterg Joleen Sobolikg Ann Kellyg Janice Treesg SITTING: Mr. and Mrs. Cannon, Advisorsg Jean McDona.1dg Linda Gaskillg Joaxme Jannseng Diana Balliewg Yvonne Weaverg A.J. Waltz. S Myrtle leaf Stuff M STANDING: Jay Mcvickerg Dick Naasg Sharon O'Neal1g Arletta Wilfongg Linda Knmamang Atha Irelandg Beverly Doggettg Don Bishopg Mr. Finneran, Advisorg SITTING: Barbara Bennettg Ann Howardg Lee Fenterg Peggy I-Iubbardg Janice Steinhauer, Editor. T X --- Band 12" BACK ROW: Mr. Rehslo, Director-g R. Han.nemangJ.. Trees. L. Pageg A. Winterg P. Kelseyg M. Arrowoodg B. Deardorffg J. Gilmoreg THIRD ROW: P. Wareg L. Perryg B. Browng L. Ulamg D. Baileyg H. Tealg A. Hayterg B. Pattg J. Whitmoreg L. Pageg S. Hallg G. Harkeyg N. Browng L. Johnsong D. Doggettg G. Lowellg L. Buckg SECOND ROW: C. Humpreysg B. Cathcartg R. Stoppleworthg A. Munchg R. Pearsong K. Watsong E. Walkerg Y. Weaverg J. Treesg J. Manuelg J. Mclntyreg M. Felkelg G. Hallg FIRST ROW: C. Jonesg D. Swinneyg L. Stanfieldg J. Gilmoreg J. Schliepg A. Kelly. NOT PICTURED: M. Walkerg K. Ulam. L6 NX . fp. f '- Pep Band O. M- ,-. 1 - , ask: -- ' .5335 N I N .1 W ,..g..... 'Ll-H BACK ROW: R. Hannemang L. Pageg M. Shirtcliffg M. Felkelg G. Ha11gD. Halversong FRONT ROW: N. Browng R. Stoppleworthg D. Swinneyg C. Jonesg G. Harkeyg B. Pattg L. Pageg D. Doggettg G. Lowellg J. Gilmoreg NOT PICTURED: Keith Ulamg Mike Walkerg Ann Kellyg Joanne Gilmore. S I fa LEFT TO RIGHT: Gary Hall, Presidentg Bonnie Cathcart, Secretaryg Carol Jones, First Vice-Presidentg Phyllis Ware, Treasurerg Janice Whitmore, Second Vice-Presidentg Gail Harkey, Third-Vice Presidentg NOT PICTURED: Dolly Bailey, Business Manager. N'-Q G A o R N E T K tier' 'V , ,,,,- D U E T Gary Mickey 45 ,fix Q 1- .,.-4 , f I' Haykgfs a. Wm Hora' Ann . gait, 505516 onto eil Nyettia Dum Britt ' . safe' XC?-WY' Q0 Y' EFT ,, NG L QSO ' ST Aggenore Thoiil Accompanist and Susan Black TOP ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: L. Gaskill, S. Shafer, B. Patt, A. Howard, K. Brittain, B. Redling- shafer, N. Dumont, P. Matthews, J. Sobolik, H. Dorsett, and J. Townsend. SECOND ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: S. Dyer, S. Sampson, J. Jannsen, D. Balliew, T. Hughes, J. Naas, A. Wilfong, J. Graf B. Blackert, A. Winter, and L. Thompson. THIRD ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: R. Hogg, N. Walls, S. Schager, J. Stimson, J. Crawford, Miss Peterson, Advisor, B. Doggett, K. Traub, F. Stewart, J. Hayter, and P. Oliver. 46 --" 'W S' I 321-iff ' a W2 "hugs,-. 'ix'x'11 W W' fF'4l'B.a . , F ' A . ' , fx:-ds.: 4. A 1 I W 1.x"' JM '45, 1 1. WQQN.. A H ww.. ' 5 w n ' D A M' so X 'si' E x A L !'. U Q- ' We 'QQ vi' 'gl ' :Kr I' Q, ' L I Sw o Lea-15. o f, 'bf -qi gh Q., ,, K ' Z' - ,.-555' zx' ,. qw V ....., , :': 'QI' ful 3 . 4.,,: 1-3:01 ".. lift' U ffl' A Irlwffs 1 :, Lf ' 6 ff N, 5 5.. ' ' . ' V F Y: QQ. . - V411 X f 'fgi Y .:- Ji, - '. .,..f,J Ya" Mickey Felkel Aan Kelly So Ioists 1 M 4 LY I .. V "ll ,- . , 445451 , ' , ., , . ,Y .. . .V-" X ISLE 2.1 U 'T' , QQ.. ' M '-if .. ,I WWW w w. N H ' N" 'W . W 1- 1-1 . ..VII of ' LJ' 1 S -Q , Us-Q. Vg 'Wi' L Q ' f A , ..- .... 'mg ' U 4 1 LQ , -- . A - - g' W . Q , ' ,JI YH A- of .ful ' o " N m If HX- In f' ajft' f 5 " f. L Egg: 7', v-wx J A... ..!- 'fri ' - 4 ' x' .1 in .1- .,1. 1,,. ,. W. .. . . I ff . JT. fiw- f .J ' - W J- 45 ' .,,n1j-ali?-' S. M , 13' Q V i, 2 ' lf f-.ry 211 Y W'- xxf, --' N , qv L 2 . 1 "3 7 "5 Q HF ff ' ILT: .aff fp! Q"5'v 'U ' ' I : - Hg. ,lv - ' ' :- .+ Linda I . , I Perry , .' v,'Qg .. X . 45' 2' ' --'- V N X -' fir! 2 '. :EXE :..- ,,.. . Chorus soloistsg Nyettia Dumont, Lenore Thompson, and Karen Brittain. Do! om D 055 Quartet LEFT TO RIGHT: Bessie Patt, Janice Whitmore, Claryce Humphreys, and Donna Swinney. MYRTLE CREEK BAND The Myrtle Creek High School Band of 47 members went to work immediately on marching practice at the beginning of the year. Besides playing for all home games, the band also made two trips,' one to Oakland and one to Sutherlin. "Junior Joins the Band" was featured at the half-time show for the homecoming game. On December 19, a Christmas concert was given at the gym in which the band played a big part. A favorite selection was the "Nutcracker Suite" by Tschaikowsky. Myrtle Creek was host to a band clinic on February 28, in which the bands of Canyonville, Douglas, Glendale, Riddle, and Myrtle Creek participated. The clinic was conducted by Phi Mu Alpha -society of the University of Oregon, and Mr. Ira Lee, direc- tor of marching bands at the University. In the spring an exchange concert was given at Canyonville High School. A colorful selection played at this time was "In a Persian Market" by Albert Ketelbey. Solo and ensemble participants went to the music contest at Ashland in March. The band took part in the music contest at Eugene in April. The band together with the glee club presented a spring concert towards the close of the school year. 48 u Claryce Humphreys Dux , X.-Qi-V D r um Muloreites X W 1 1. Q -vi l Roxanna Hanneman fx Peggy Hubbard, Sheila Shirtcliff, Claryce Humphreys, Betty Lou Paul L E A Q, D E R S VIKS O 455, , ,,g,i.h BOTTOM LEFT TO TOP LEFT TO RIGHT: Claryce Humphreys, Sheila Shirtcliff RIGHT: Betty Lou Paul, Tom Byford, and Peggy Hubbard. ii, Us V " -' HN HN H fvziiszzigii N ,.-T -1 ew ' i 1 ir"f 1?f ' ,, 'af Queen Betty Claryce Peggy Tom Sheila 50 9000, Pat Jeanine Matthews Murray Sharon O'Nea11 Janice Trees Sharon Davidson Chris Owings -5355. F R O S H A so N D J V Yell leaders Judy Brown Susan Black Pat Mohr . af s X Q H fafs? ,W , SWK' - fr?-vw-+5 .f f -'J , ' i " - . ,gf fab., - x. 1- 3 1 'Q ' 4Jz94Qt--ll - 4ri"E:5? V. 1 1 .f ,--.',:F', - Y' 1 l 12 . .'E."'i,f1" ' 51" -f f-1 "X:1a,..:' 1,-,Ag L5f.?1.3 ifa 1 QQ .kr . l - ,qi NH ', ' 31 4 ' V W, 1 Ifgnfz- 1 BW' Aga um-si :Qt x Y' 1535 5 N vu .ES ff i, 0 'J Q-lx Us f dv X Football 'WE WDW 410-Lx Q K 9 C arnival 25,24-f24'?f wwf-'N 'Q A qES'J? 517 62 fr Q , XM 'Q gg 'F Sadie Hawkins Dance 15 5175 6 -Wa , , of "XII '17 I 'P 1 ' 7 X j ' , X fy , Homecoming my I '. 'E r ,iff-My.1. A'KP,'1 mwmx vfna ' iff". b -, A of ' 'bi' M.C. 6 M.C. 39 M.C. 6 M.C. 24 M.C. 20 M.C. 12 M.C. 19 M.C. 40 M.C. 13 Varsity Bandon 37 Drain 14 Myrtle Point 26 Glide Oakland Douglas 34 Sutherlin 19 Riddle 26 Crater 38 gl lsr ' E. Cearley 'Wi f 1 X, ' Y ' .Yr ,n 5 R. Cearley Ffa . , J. Murray ie?-'QQ " Xl B. Calhoun 5:15 V- i s F , 'ill zfl: D. Bishop Q, K 1 ' I 'w JF lk ' D. Lowell Football 740' 1 ':'. ff , .Y . 4 n 1 -S ' 'ee' -f' l ,ASN Meal, , 'if' l ra 'wx V A Coach Juelke D. Hall lmgfl ' G. Lindquist ...Z :gz ' -545 I, 1' ' r Naas N' 'D' W. Lee I 'T 'QI-i s ' . 51 B. Paine D L. Harkey , Q . P- V My C. Hughes ifllwf' 1: 5' R. McKnight D. Klimback 'l ,4 gif, 'l ml? A of p gl H W. Davldson C. Buley f 54 G. Bell quad Yv ,. If-.. X wx aw- .2 fe r' if , , -,B 1-A 529' f 1 1 nn . B. Boyce Coach Ulland P. Hughes N ,, X If ffm- B. Winston ' O. Gaskill F. Shirtcliff I gs' .. tl I I X Y Q.: G. Gish , I . I a D. Young F. Maddox .JA 1 Z :2. ga' D wut w. O'Mealy UH .. . yner 35 D. Haxkema . gg. 4 Yi Q f , M1551 ' 1 L25- L. Frazier E' Bishop Days Creek Glendale Sutherlin Glendale Douglas Sutherlin 9' 4 A 7 M gy 9. ? 1 1 o 6' 65 rp? 1 .9 e G. Lowell .l. V. 19 M.C. 12 M.C. 12 M.C. 7 M.C. 6 M.C. 47 M. C. Bob Wilford Glen Football Wes Frank m??5Zf":" Q, Eddle J , Q 1554 f yi 3,3 r .A M, I, 'ix Y J' .' N 1 V95 ,,., QSP L- I ' S3i'2Ef!?" 'Z ' gg'-wig: 42 33 ' ff ' V K ' ' 1' 3 M -, - , M U K ,. . P - Q6 .., ., -5 V , I Q my 'T K 'J' ff E 1.1 Y F ,bs ! WU' at 4' 3" -50 -9 f' fl .gy .-L..n- r- ,Ku 5- ' WP. 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V uw Ji J 1 1 -f,,,,,g Princess Yvonneg King Dickg Queen Sheilag Prince Kellyg Princess Ann Prince Jerryg Princess Sharon QNot Picturedg Prince Dougy Carnival Chairman Marilyn Wyatt i U i s 9 6 II 8 I' O Bob Ann Kelly Ann Lincecum Chairman Howard "Bess1e, Ann, Butch, Ann" H paw "Bessie" so A U f N ll? ,lhflifg -xx,.,rX f 4 'QX S if E k " f Lxhsnxx -.f:l3.x,.-.-...f- 1- Qi. ' Christmas Ball Basketball Sweethearts Ball Wrestling WJ if QUEEN JUANITA 1 1 - ' zf- :L-I1 I A M dw yi 2-3- 35- EscoR'r HAROLD I' ' I' ' 5' F ' I Y wit ' N ' ' r X 1 V' ' l r i g A d if l A m' F' 1' A v i M jx - N ' Q ? X LL 1 A ' . LA t ,. V , . 5 "' . ll ' L ' I I ,, :Ish LEFT TO RIGHT: Pat Newman, Ann Howard, Bessie Patt, Escort Harold Dean, Queen Juanita Stimson, Betty Blackert, Kathy Sanders, and Carol Jones. if www ,v ,gp w. , "'- """"'?.' H . ,,..l......... Mff,..wg,S2E2a 121 . P .. ..-M LEFT TO RIGHT: B. Cavaner, D. Lochman, K. Ogborn, D. Naas, W. Davidson, J. Murray, D. Klimback, F. Earwood, G. Bell, R. Trask, G. Lindquist, F. Shirtcliff, Coach Abrahamson. Stat. P. Kelsey, B. James Manager, E. Lindquist. The Myrtle Creek "Vikings" for the second consecutive year in a row placed second in the Umpqua Valley League. 'Coach Bob Abrahalnson opened the season with only one veteran left from last year's starting lineup, Jim Murray. The remainder of the squad was composed of: Seniors: Dick Naas and Keith Ogborn, Juniors: Dudley Klimback, Gregg Lindquist, Wes Davidson, Glen Bell, a.nd Don Lochman, Sophomores: Rod Trask, Fred Earwood, Bob Cavaner, and Frank Shirtcliff. The Vikings opened their season with a victory over Illinois Valley and in early season games they totaled a 4 win-2 loss record, losing twice to Myrtle Point. Entering a pre- Christmas tournament at Roseburg, the Viks finished fourth behind Roseburg, Albany, and Douglas. When league games began in January, Myrtle Creek lost their opening contest to Douglas, but won the next four games to end the first half of play tied with Douglas and Riddle for the league crown. The crucial game was with Riddle, but the Vikings easily defeated the Irish to hand them their only league defeat in the first series of play. The opening game of the second round with Douglas proved the deciding one to deter- mine the league champions. It was a close contest throughout with first M.C. holding a slight edge and then Douglas forging ahead. The Trojans stalled the last three minutes of play and although the Vikings crept to within two points, they could not quite overcome their opponent's lead. It was a heartbreaker for team and fans alike to lose but the Viks did their best and fought down to the final buzzer in hope of a team triumph. Jim Murray, Keith Ogborn, and Dick Naas will be lost by graduation. These three were vital assets to the team and will be missed next season, but Coach Abrahamson has four of his starting five returning as the nucleus for a fine team during the 1958-1959 season. 63 Dudley -, f , F-8-N-N:M 5, . '-. , Jim . . I "1-","I3Z " ,. I , -,-71511.12 - m.- TQ-1' ' . ' 4 1 7 ,. .V I . ' I X 2 . I y. . . .. . 'c ' ' '. 4 Q, M, .,. .. 'J ' . 'gh x' . 1. 4, 4 ' 1 . ii ' ,, pgm- 7 Dick Gregg Fred ,vt wg, ,.. Rod 51. -qi? nm M M if ww iF 1, 'um' -1 , ' " 3 , -ev 2 -- ' 'JW E-:F:ES':' 13? 4 ' X - 'W 11-?V'0',P'1'f:Jii?! ' 1' ni- LEF1' TO RIGHT: Coach Leroy Juelke, Bob Cavaner, Brent Winston, Bob Jones, Bob Paine, Frank Shirt- cliff, Ken Watson, Don Lochman, Jerry Kinney, Doug Hanneman, Manager: Nick Majure. MISSING: Frank Maddux. FRONT ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Larry I-Iayter, Dick Hall, Irwin Slater, Ed Bishop, Lyle Lee, Jim Dear- dorf,' Earl Dean Lindquist, BACK ROW: Doug Young, Don Wolgamott, Mike Hayter, Lewis Johnson, John Ponting, Frank Bartley, Mike Felkel, manager. Gene O'Brien, coach. 65 4. .45 ,E 7 E fm yall , Ru' Y at . pq ig' I , , 4 'V J. , - ff? 5 Q - 5 ' -, ' , I 1 5 L fg 4 'V ff '::gi-Ea, ' K 'rg M ' 5 v" ., J? P04 ' L H , ,Tw M IRM K ' x mg. Q 1 iii , f-' , , MQW, ,, ,, X-Cyp? , 1 .,,T?zfmf!i',w ,X H U M 55, X, Zizi ,,.. ,,,W,, 2 'fx uf ,, T, ' f . 1, ,ffl 4' M ,L 5,214 ' . n . :ln-1 1 :YN F "1 '56 5 V ' V' af K Q M A 2 yg - ' N 1 .f ' swf? 'Z 7 2 , 0' R A , I J, IQ' ! 5 pi, ., 1 , , f , --f W w 1 4, r nz, , I , H , , iz? .3 :.- -' , I 5 TI l -A 1 . i" f-, E Pi-5: 12 g 1 A 5 ly JA' . xx ,L 4. Q . 5 ' 5 if-i'?,'2' L: , .J eeth e u B qfxs all N7 Princess Susan Princess prince Janice Jim Prince Dick Queen Sheila Rgd King Prince Glen i VVrestHng FIRST ROW FROM LEFT TOIRIGIZIT: D. Schager, S. Hall, P. Hughes, T. Thompson, T. Byford, E. Cearley, R. Cearley, C. Hughes, G. Lowell, SECOND ROW: J. McVicker, A. Waltz, D. Lowell, B. Calhoun, M. Cleveland, G. Mills, D. Wynter, G. Bryant, T. Timm K. Neet, and Coach Ulland. Scoreboard Glide 10 M. C . 7 Sutherlin 69 M. C . 7 Myrtle Point 12 M. C . 34 Douglas 18 M. C. 30 Sutherlin 36 M. C . 10 Glendale 37 M. C . 8 Douglas 13 M. C. 34 Myrtle Point 10 M. C. 41 Glendale 30 M. C . 20 6 8 WX M W M' In Nflnfx M ww Jr. Class Play Baseball Mothers Tea Prom Track Graduation Prom Moment 'V Remember 1 1 572 ,at- 3 Baseball LEAGUE C0 CHAMPIONS DISTRICT CHAMPIONS' Co-champions of the Umpqua Valley League, district champions, and winner in the state semi-finals playoff, the Viking baseball team advanced farther toward the state championship than at any other time in the school's A-2 history. Opening the season late in March, the Viks played a total of 15 regular season games, earning an impressive 9 win 6 loss record. The only team able to defeat Myrtle Creek twice was Glide, UVL co-champion..In the sub-district playoff at Myrtle Creek, the Viks topped Glide by a 6-5 score in an extra-inning game. District championship honors were earned by the Viks when they met the Glendale Pirates on their field at night. Timely hitting and excellent relief pitching by Jim Murray gave M.C. a 5-4 triumph and sent our boys into the quarter-finals against the Junction City Tigers. It was on May 27th that Wes Davidson pitched a five-hitter against the Tigers on their field at Junction City. A big second inning for the Viks saw four runs scored, contributing to the victorious 5-1 tally at the end of the game, and putting the Myrtle Creek squad into the semi-finals for the state championship. Rain and mud were the only discordant features of the state semi-final championship game at Myrtle Creek on May 26, when the Vikings defeated Stayton 5-2. This win placed Myrtle Creek as at least the second best in the A-2 classification in the State of Oregon. Meeting the team of Central High School, Monmouth-Independence, at Multnomah Stadium in Portland on June 7, the Viks failed in their bid for state championship honors, when they did not crack the tight and flawless performance of their opponents. The nearly 200 specta- tors from Myrtle Creek rose in loud acclaim as the state officials presented individual awards and the second-place trophy to the squad and Coach Loghry. Speed was the keynote of success during the entire seasonj Coach Loghry and Assistant Coach Olson stressed the squeeze play to score a number of runs. Heads-up baseball was dis- played in the stealing of bases or taking an extra base on a hit at the least weakening of the opposition's defense. Teamwork was an important factor in developing a winning combination. The infield, composed of Fred Earwood, Bob Cavaner, Rod Trask, and Gregg Lindquist, improved with each game. This defense proved itself in the Junction City and semi-final games, when the com- bination made two double plays. The outfield had Jim Murray, Don Bishop, and Bob Paine, the latter alternating in right field with Rick Cearley. Ed Cearley did most of the receiving. Al- though this was his first year behind the plate, he performed as a veteran. The mound staff was strong with three outstanding hurlers. Wes Davidson, a junior, started most of the important games. He went the distance against Junction City and Stayton. Jim Murray was Coach Loghry's stopper, while Fred Earwood displayed fine qualities on the mound during his brief appearances. Fred held the heavy-hitting UVL Allstars to 3 runs in a seven- inning sunt. The success of this year's team could be repeated in 1959, since only three men were lost by graduation. They were Don Bishop, Ed Cearley, and Jim Murray. Coach Loghry has been very well pleased with the abilities and development of the undergraduates on this outstanding squad of '58 Season Record 2 MC 2 MC 8 Gr ants Pass MC 1 Riddle 2 MC 5 MC 10 Riddle 3 MC 14 MC 13 Oakland 1 MC . 6 MC 2 Glide 4 MC 1 MC 6 Glendale 7 MC 0 MC 11 Oakland 4 MC 5 MC 0 Glide 2 MC . 5 MC 5 Bandon 1 MC 5 MC 5 Douglas 4 MC 0 Glendale Sutherlin Riddle Glide All Stars Bandon Glendale Juncion City Stayton Central QSub- dist. playoffj QDist. Playoffj QQuarter Finalj QSemi-Finaly Baseball V A R S I T Y LEFT TO RIGHT STANDING: Tom Tiffin, Don Bishop, Bob Paine, Rick Cearley, Wes Davidson, Fred Earwood, Jim Murray, Gregg Lindquist, Rod Trask, Dick Lowell, Walter O'Mea1y, Brent Winston, Bob Cavaner, Gordon Lowell. IN FRONT: Manager, Frank Madduxg Coach, Mr. Loghryf Manager, Edgar Bishop. '99, 1 'I ,Q q J ke-" ' wk K 7 Lf D O D, V Ip .-.. 1.,4, f.-h p 1 ANDING LEFT TO RIGHT: Terry 0'Nea11, Gary Gish, David Wynter, Jackie Rae, A11a.n Kusler, Tom Steven Lawrence, Kelly Norton, Steve Boyce, Kenny Neet, Dickie Hall. IN FRONT: Manager, Madduxg Coach, Mr. Olsong Manager, Edgar Bishop. Coaches Forrest Loghry Jim Olson Brent Bob Paine Dick Lowell Wes Davidson Rick Cearley Gregg Lindquist JUNIORS Winston iii,-cz x f 15 SENIORS Kelly Norton Jim Murray Don Bishop Missing Eddie Cearley K SOPHOMORES Tom Tiffin Gordon Lowell Fred Earwood Rod Trask Walter O' Mealy Bob Cavaner 'N Sf Eff i The Viking Thinclud TOP ROW: Coach Abrahamson, Nick Majure, Bill Calhoun, Dick Naas, David Halbert, Kenny Watson, Gerald Mills, Don Harkema, Dudley Klimback, Glen Bell, Lloyd Harkey, Jim Murray, Larry Root, Lee Winetrout, Russel Stoppleworth, Oren Gaskill, Coach Juelke, Jim Bryant. BOTTOM ROW: Brad Goff, Steve Lampert, Frank Bartley, Doug Hanneman, Doug Young, Jim White, Mike Davis, Pat Hughes, Don Bishop, Frank Shirt- cliff, Jim McCar1ey, and Bob Jones. '1-v gi . T l RELAY TEAM Don Bishop, Jim Murray, Brad Goff, Frank Shirtcliff. , '1-453. ' . .' SHOT PUT Bill Calhoun, Larry Root, Dudley Klimback. DISTANCE RUNNERS Dick Naas, Lloyd Harkey, Glen Bell Truck Triumphs New school records and recognition as a state power in track and field annals came to the Viking thinclads during the 58-59 season under the head coaching of Robert Abrahamson and assistantship of Leroy Juelke. Jim Murray gained school honors in the broad jump with his mark of 20', 6 3f4", 23.0 second 220-yard run, and a 9.85 seconds 100-yard dash. Brad Goff ran to distinction in the 180 yard low hurdles with his time of 21.7 seconds. Dudley Klimback hurled the discus 43', 6 3!4" for his new school record honors. Setting a new state of Oregon as well as a MCHS record in the 880-yard relay was the combination of Frank Shirtcliff, Brad Goff, Bob Paine, and Jim Murray. These boys took top state honors at Corvallis with their time of 1 minute, 33,4 seconds for the relay. At the state meet, Jim Murray broke the 220-yard dash to garner first laurels, with Bob Paine not far behind for fourth place. In the state meet's 100-yard dash Murray and Paine placed third and fourth respectively. The stellar performances of Brad Goff, Jim Murray, Bob Paine, and Frank Shirtcliff earned the third place trophy for the A-2 division at the Oregon State Track Meet. 76 Guy and Doll of the Month W N 1 .. "!N' ,, Q f M --f jv , xi 'E . ?.: 1 a , i . 4 L M. - ,.:,ig5sfA Gary, Hall 1 Jeanine Murray Ken Watson 'N L ' MN . fi: Ty ' 5 3' . 4515 ' i - iid V .Q --Z Lift! 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Wi . .iv ' S dugg' , i - M M amd I Dick Lowell Janice Steinhauer Junior Class Play LEFT T0 RIGHT: Oren Gaskill, Billie Brown, Judy Brown, Linda Kinnaman, Dick Lowell, Mavis Grimm, Sheila Shirtcliff, Bill Calhoun, Peggy Hubbard, Glen Bell, Dudley Klimback, Wes Davidson, Jim Bryant and Jay McVicker. , January Thaw is a delightful, valuable comedy about two completely different families, the Gages and the Rockwoods, who are forced by peculiar circumstances to live together in an old remodeled Connecticut farm house. The time is shortly after World War II, a period of housing and servant shortages. Mr. Gage, fBill C3lh0l1Il,, is a city dweller, a writer, a Democrat, Mr Rockwood, fDick Lowelly, .is a farmer, an oldtimer, a Republican. The families disagree on politics, religion, interior decoration, modern conveniences, and how to rear their children. The situation is further complicated when it is thought that the Gage girl and the Rockwood boy have eloped. The play begins in the autumn and ends in January, when a thaw has set in both weather-wise and character-wise. The two families have come a long way toward generosity and understanding. In addition to its very necessary moral lesson, the play has extremely witty dialogue. It was first performed in New York as a Michael Todd production and has since been given by numerous high schools and colleges. The cast is as follows: Herbert Gage. .... Marge Gage . . . . .Bill Calhoun Sheila Shirtcliff 'N F Barbara Gage .... . ..Peggy Hubbard f Paul Gage ................. Judy Brown 'J T W, , fn. Sarah Gage ................ Linda Kinnaman .tr 9 1 ' "Q George fBarbara's fiancej . .Glenn Bell I H aff' Frieda fthe maidy .......... Billie Brown '-53-1 9- - -UI' , ff Loomis fthe lawyerj ........ Wes Davidson Q22 'fly Jonathan Rockwood .... . . .Dick Lowell , -aww QMAQ Mathilda Rockwood ..., ,,,. M avis Grimm 404' Aa' f Man Rockwood ........ .... D udiey Kumback ' Uncle Walter ............... 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Bob Paine and Kathy Sanders acted as emblem pinners for the candidates from Myrtle Creek. The purpose of the Society is to stimulate fly high scholarship Q2j constructive leadership f3j purpose of service and Q43 worthy character. We congratulate the initiates and the entire society for bringing scholastic achievement to themselves and their school. 84 lax ' N 5 U N J Q J 0 E B O O K S H Nl S TANK TRUQK TRANSPORTATION 7533 S E 52ND AVE. PORTLAND OREGON T E R M I NA L C A F E THE Brrs THATIS RIGHT, MORNING, NOON on NIGHT , . M, GOLDEN RULE STORE CLOTHING - DRY Goons SHOES in e f il A CHECKING A560057 . iff? 'Qt P566 PHONE UN 3 4411 MYRTLE CREE K OREGON ep X O6 bv eff .5 so 0 Q , KW oe O V .brgxax 6606 e 09 6 og 9 9 PHONE UN 3-4312 v,4"'4v MYRTLE CREEK, OREGON YOUNG Our Advertisers CHEVROLET GIVE US A TRY BEFORE YOU BUY PHONE UN 3-3136 MYRTLE CREEK, OREGON CITY a S , P4455 DRIVE IN '7 'Q 3 MARKET ROSEBURG, OREGON SUBURBAN TRI CITY REDY GAS MIX INC. 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