Nestucca Union High School - Bobcat Yearbook (Cloverdale, OR)
- Class of 1957
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Text from Pages 1 - 80 of the 1957 volume:
THE NESTLICCA HIGH SCHOOL STUDENT BODY
DEDICATES . . .
To our mothers and fathers --- whose interests have
been in the improvement of our lives --- whose love
and encouragement have been inspirational --- and
whose never ending sacrifices have been in preparation
for our futures.
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EDITOR .............. ELNORA REDBERG
ASS'T EDITOR ......... KAY DOLIGHERTY
ADVISOR ......... MISS CAROLYN JONES
TABLE QF CONTENTS
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Tillamook County Creamery
Association - Secretary
Registered Guernsey Farmer
U. S. National Bank of
Cloverdale - Manager
Grocery Store Owner
Cloverdale Post Master
WILLIAM R. BECK
B.A., M. Ed.
It is with great satisfaction and pride that I commend the publica-
tion editors, staff, advisor and all who were instrumental in creating
this graphic history of 1956-57 at Nestucca High School.
The review of such a history awakens us all to an appreciation of
the things well done and an inspiration to work together for still
HUGH P. HANNA
Vocational Ag., Biology, FFA,
Freshman Class Advisor.
Freshman Math, Algebra, P.E.,
Basketball, Baseball, A,ss't
Football, Juni or C lass Advisor.
American Problems, U. S. His-
tory, P. E., Football, J. V.
Miss APPHIA KOCH
and GAA Advisor.
Miss BEVE RLY KLIEVER
FRANK R. FRANGIPANI
English, Speech, Foreign Lan-
guages, Advisor - Junior Class
English, World Geography,
General Mathematics, Dra- ,,5':
matics, Rally Club, Advisor.
Mrs. SALLY LOUIS
Librarian, Senior Advisor.
Miss CAROLYN L. JONES
English, Advisor-Annual, FTA.
ERIC L. FITZSIMONS
Band, Chorus, Sophomore Class
visor-P aper, GLA.
ELMER F. STEUBS
Physics, Chemistry, Geometry
Biology, General Science,
Senior Class Advisor.
. . Ie up
"In ourselves our future lies"
Class Officers: Mrs. Sally Louis, Adviser,
Elmer Steubs, Adviser, Chuck Bestul, V.P.
Phyllis Cherry, Treas.3 Mary Kiser, Sec.,
Jim Wilkins, Pres., and Glenda Kellow and
Dennis Neiderer, Student Coimcil.
E IORS CLASS OF '57
The class of '57 began with sixty-four
members. During the four years, the sen-
iors have been active in athletics, acti-
vities, and organizations.
Jim Wilkins was president during the
freshman year. Highlights of that year
were the memorable initiation given by
the sophomores, and the intramural basket-
ball championship won by the Freshman
The next year saw Duane Seufert asclass
president. Initiation of the incoming Frosh
was the main highlight.
The Junior year was highlighted by the
Jimior-Senior Prom whose theme was "Jun-
gle Rhythms". Money for this project was
earned by the class operating the Junior
President for both the Junior and Senior
years was Jim Wilkins. The class had
dwindled to thirty-four members, but those
who remained looked forward to the annual
Skip Day, Baccalaureate, and Graduation.
Many looked beyond to college days.
TED BELL CHARLES BESTUL
TED BELL: "I am small but remember Napoleon."
Transferred Tarrington, Wyo.5 35 Letterman's Club 3,45
Football 3,45 Track 3,45 Basketball 35 Baseball 3.
CHARLES BESTUI.: "A tall physique leaves room for a
big heart." Student Council 15 Football 25 Track 3,45
Class V. P. 3,45 Annual Staff 45 Tomcats 4. ROBERT
BODYFELT: "Yes, he loves to crea.k his jokes and, in
short, amuse the folks." Football 1,2,3,45 Basketball 1,
25Lette1'm3.n'S Club 2,3,45 FFA 1,2,3,45 FFA. Treasurer
25 Band l,2,3,45 Glee 15 Mixed Chorus 15 Tomcats 45
Student Body Play 45 Paper Staff 35 Camera Club 4. E.
L. BRITTON: "All things come to him who works and
waits." Football 1,2,3,45 Basketball l,2,3,45 Track 1,
25 Letterma.n's Club 1,2,3,45 Letterman's Club Presi-
dent 45 Annual Staff 25 Sweethearts King 45 Honor
Society 4. CHESTER BURRESS: "Student Body head is
he, a lot of fun, that's Chester B." Camera Club 45
Tomcats 45 Student Body Play 45 Student Body President
45 Student Council 4.
MA RILYN CALLAHAN
ROBERT BODYFELT E. L. BRITTON
MARILYN CALLAHAN: "A. studious worker, we find in
this 'girl5 She has time for a hello, though her mind's in
a whirl." Transferred Alsea 15 Student Body Treasurer
45 Student Council 45 Rally 2,3,45 National Honor
Society 3,45 National Honor Society Secretary 45 GLA
1,2,3,45 Paper Staff 3,45 Ass't. Paper Editor 45 Annual
Staff 45 Glee 3,45 Chorus 3,45 Student Body Play 35
FHA 45 FTA. 45 Office 45 Senior Play 4. PHYLLIS
CHERRY: "Small talk and constant laughter." Trans-
ferred Milwaukie 35 GLA 3,45 Paper Staff 45 CAA 45
Rally 45 FHA President 45 FHA. 45 Senior Class Treas-
urer 45 Homecoming Queen. BOB COFFEY: "Love is a
dream, gosh I'm s1eepy." Glee 15 Mixed Chorus 15
Lettermen's Club 2,3,45 Track 15 Football 1,2,3,45
Baseball 1,2,3,45 Basketball 15 Annual Staff 3.
PHYLLIS CHERRY BOB COFFEY
BARBARA DAGGETT IVAN DANIEL
BARBARA, DAGGETT: "Some say she's quiet, but if they
only knew her, they'd deny it." GLA 1,2,3,45 GAA 3,45
Glee 1,2,3,45 Chorus 1,2,3,45 Rally 2,3,45 FHA. 4.
IVAN DANIEL: "I never think of the future5 it comes
soon enough." Football and Basketball manager 1,25
Track 25 CameralClub 45 Camera Club President 45
l.etterman's Club 3,45 Glee 1,2,3,45 Mixed Chorus 1,2,
3,45 Paper Staff 4. DOLORES DAVIS: "Many a laugh
she's had, and boy can she talk." Transferred Dallas 45
GLA. 45 Rally 45 Glee 4. BOB DOUGHERTY: "Wine
and women, fun and laughter, Sermons and soda the
next day after." Transferred Taft 45 Glee 45 Mixed
Chorus 4. JOHN HALTINER: "Pray you use your free-
dom, and, so far as you please, allow me mine." Band
1,2,3,45 FFA 1,2,3,45 Baseball manager 25 Letterman's
JOHN I-IALTINER DOYLE HATFIELD
DOLORES DAVIS BOB DOUGHERTY
DOYLE HATFIELD: "Responsibility walks hand in hand
with capabilityand power." Glee l,2,3,45 FFA. 1,2,35
FFA Treasurer 35 Mixed Chorus 1,2,35 Letterman's
Club 2,3,45 Baseball 15 Basketball 25 Football 2,3,4.
KAY HEITSMAN: "Ready for fun but willing to work."
GLA. 1,2,3,45 GAA 3,45 FI-lA 45 National Honor Soci-
ety 3,45 Rally 1,2,3,45 Student Council 3,45 Glee 1,
2,3,45 Mixed Chorus 2,3,45 Annual Staff 45 Paper Staff
45 FTA, 45 Prom Chairman 35 Class Reporter 45
Pom-Pon Girl 45 Student Body Secretary 45 Sweetheart
Ball Court 45 Senior Play 4. EDWIN HODGDON:
"Called 'Foxy' by his friends, but not as quiet as he pre-
tends." FFA 1,2,45 Football and Baseball manager 2,35
Letterman's Club 2,3,4.
KAY HEITSMAN EDWIN HODGDON
CONNIE HODGE PEGGY HOWARD
CONNIE HODGE: "She'd stop St. Peter's roll call to ask
a question." Glee 1,2,3,45 Choir 1,2,3,45 GAA 3,45
GLA 1,2,3,45 GLA President 45 FTA 45 FTA Secretary
45 Rally 35 Paper Staff 35 Annual Staff 45 Class Re-
porter 35 Song Leader 45 Girls Sport Reporter 45 Home-
coming Princess 45 Student Body Play 45 National
Honor Society 3,45 National Honor Society V.P. 4.
PEGGY HOWARD: "There is no wealth like a quiet
mind." GLA 1,2,3,45 Glee 1,2,45 Mixed Chorus 2.
DAVID HURLIMAN: "Some say he is bash.ful5 others
doubt it." FFA 1,2,35 Football 25 Track 3,4. SANDRA
JOHANSSON: "Music drives one's woes away." GLA 1,
2,3,45 Glee l,2,45 Mixed Chorus 45 Rally 45 FHA 4.
GLENDA KELLOW: "The young people of today may be
settling down, but what about the people of tonight?"
Yell Leader 15 Rally 1,2,3,45 GLA 1,2,3,45 GAA 3,45
Student Bodv Plav 3, Student Council 45 Paper Staff 45
GLENDA KELLOW MARY KISER
DAVID HURLIMAN SANDRA JOHANSSON
GLA Representative 35 Glee l,2,3,45 Mixed Chorus l,
2,3,45 Annual Staff 45 Homecoming Court 45 Pom-
Pon Girl 45 Democracy Contest 45 Prom Chairman 35
Sweethearts Ball Court 45 FTA 45 Senior Play 4. MARY
KISER: "She is certain to be seen, where mischief and
fun beams." Class Secretary 1,3,45 Class Treasurer 35
GLA 1,2,3,45 GAA Representative 45 Student Council
25 Pom-Pon Girl 45 Mixed Chorus 1,2,3,45 Rally 2,
3,45 Paper Editor 45 Paper Staff 3,45 National Honor
Society 3,45 National Honor Society Presraent 45 Home-
coming Court 45 DAR Award 45 Senior Play 4. HAR-
LEY MEINK: "He's such a very bashful boy, To tease
him, gives the girls much joy. Transferred Florence 45
Glee 45 Band 45 Mixed Chorus 45 Senior Class Play 4.
DENNIS NIEDERER: "Neyer a care, Never a hurry. Just
one car is his main worry." Baseball 1,25 Basketball 1,
25 Glee l,2,45 Student Body Play 45 Student Council 45
Tomcats 45 Mixed Chorus 1,2,4.
HARLEY MEINK DENNIS NIEDERER
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ELNORA REDBERG CAROL SHENK
ELNORA REDBERG: "She is short and she is wise5 she
is a devil for her size." Glee 1,2,3,45 Mixed Chorus 1,
2,3,45 GAA 2,3,45 GLA 1,2,3,45 Rally 2,3,45 Rally
Veep. 35 Rally President 45 Assistant Annual Editor 35
Annual Editor 4- National Honor Socie 4- Class Vee
25 Class Treasurer 15 FHA 45 GLA Representative 45
GAA Social Chairman 45 Chainnan of Prom 3. CA ROL
SI-IENK: "She is just the quiet kind whose nature never
changes." GLA 1,2,3,4. MONTE SCHLECHTER: "The
unspoken word never does harm." Transferred Tilla-
mook Catholic 45 Camera Club 45 Glee 4. DICK
TRENT: "School breals up my whole day." Tomc ats
45 Tomcats Veep 45 Football 2,3,45 Paper Staff 45
FFA 1,2,35 Annual Staff 45 Senior Class Play 4. DAR-
LENE WALTON: "She appears to be shy and sentimental,
but there's a gal who's temperamenrall' Glee 2,3,45
Mixed Chorus 45 Band 15 GLA. 1,2,3,45 GAA 2,3,45 Rally
l,2,3,45 Paper Staff 3,45 Annual Staff 45 Student Coun-
DA RLENE WALTON JIM WILKINS
MONTE SCHLECI-ITER DICK TRENT
cil 45 Student Body Veep 45 GAA Treasurer and Secre-
tary 35 GAA Veep 45 Girls Sport Veep 45 Rally Veep 45
National Honor Society 3,45 National Honor Society
Treasurer 45 Senior Play 4. JIM WILKINS: "He is go-
ing forward to something great." Class President 1,3,4 5
Letterman's Club Secretary and Treasurer 45 Letterman's
Club l,2,3,45 Athletic manager 1,25 Student Body Play
35 Tomcat's President 45 FTA 45 Paper Staff 35 Mixed
Chorus 2,3,45 Glee 2,3,4. DERALD WOODS: "An ath-
lete that scores in more ways than one." Football l,2,
3,45 Basketball l,2,3,45 Baseball 15 Track l,3,45 Letter-
man's Club 2,3,45 Letterman's Club Veep 45 FFA. 1,2,35
FFA Reporter 35 FFA. District Reporter 3. ENNIS
WUITE: "The surest way not to fail is the determina-
tion to succeed." Track 1,2,3,45 Football 45 Baseball 25
FFA 1,2,35Letterman's Club 3,45 Tomcats 45 Glee 25
Mixed Chorus 2.
DERALD WOODS ENNIS WUITE
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CLASS OF I958
At the beginning of the year the Junior Cla ss of 1957
started planning and preparing for the big event of the year
the Junior-Senior Prom. Under the guidance of Mr. Frangi-
pani and Mr. Stensland the class managed to take in all
the money needed, with some extra.
Using the theme of "Oriental Gardens" and with music
fumished by the "Stardusters", the 1957 Junior-Senior
Prom was a big success.
In imramurals the boys placed second in volleyball and
first in basketball. The girls doing just the opposite, first
in volleyball and second in basketball.
Looking back over the year at all the good times we
had working on the prom and participating in other school
activities, but now we are looking toward the future.
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FRONT ROW: Frances Ctmningham, Sec.,
Leora Fitch, Rep., Beverly Aufdermauer,
Treas., Betty Burress, Pres. BACK ROW:
Lane Homestead, Vice Pres., Earl Worthing-
ton, Co. Rep., Bill Hagerty, Sgt. at Arms,
Mr. Fitmimmons, Adv.
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The Sophomore Class has been very active this year.
It has taken part in all of the sports, yell leading, glee,
band, and some have held offices in clubs.
The next ambition was to initiate the Freshmen and to
have a dance that night. After drawing names, different
stunts were thought of for them to do. The Freshmen really
got initiated. with the initiation over, the Sophomore
Class settled down enough to start studying again.
The athletes were very active this year, with boys going
out for football, basketball, baseball, and track.
The girls also turned out for sports. Almost all of the
girls went out for intramurals. They were fortunate to have
8 girls chosen for the basketball team.
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ward and Jim Trent, Co. Rep. BACK
ROW: Henry Porter, Pres., Roy Britton,
Treas., Bud Hanna, Rep., Jimmie Hor-
ner, Sgt. at Arms, Mr. Hanna., Adv.
CLASS OF I96O
The Freshman Cla ss has been very active during
the past year. It took part in sports, band, glee,
and many more activities.
The girls elected Nancy Howard, Carroll Wylie,
Virginia Heady, Linda Baker, and Sheri Duvall to
the Rally Club. Later, Virginia moved and Doris
Cherry was elected to ta ke her place.
After the Sophomores initiated them, a dance
was given in honor of the Frosh. Later a return
dance was given for the Sophs.
The Freshman Class chose Glenda Kellow to
represent them for the selection of the Queen of
the Homecoming Court.
Frances Jones was selected Girl of the Month for
Many Freshman boys were on the Junior Varsity
Both the Freshman girls and boys were very active
The Freshman Class is looking forward to being
Sophomores next year.
The Freshman Class wishes to thank Mr. Hanna,
our advisor, for doing such a super job.
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STUDENT BODY PRESIDENT
IBFT to RIGHT : President, Chester Burressg Vice Pres., Darlene Waltong Sec-
retary, Kay Heit5maJ15TreasuIer, Marilyn Callahan, Senior Rep., Glenda Kellow,
Dennis Nlederer, Junior Rep., Christine Parks, Bruce Hagerty 3 Scgnhomore Rep. ,
Earl Worthington, David Anderson Qnot shownjg Freshmen Rep., ancy Howard,
OFFICERS: Left to Right, Vice President,
Sue Hodge, Treasurer, Darlene Waltong
Secretary, Marilyn Callahang Sgt-at-
arms, Kay Heitsman, President, Mary
Kiserg Advisor, Mr. Beck.
ATIO AL HO OR SOCIETY
Scholarship, character, leadership and service are the qualities stressed by the National Honor Soc
iety. This society was founded 35 years ago by a group of educators. These men realized that there
should be some public recognition given for those qualities which stand not only for high scholarship
but for sound character, true initiative, and distinctive service.
The Nestucca chapter of the National Honor Society, because of the large number of members
graduating last year have been faced with reorganization. They have tapped new members and for-
mally initiated them twice during the year.
Membership in this society is the goal of most underclassmen. Those who are working toward this
goal realize that this is the highest honor the school can bestow on them.
Elnora Redbery, Ka.y'Doughertv, E. L. Britton.
Unable to be pictured were the
Second Semester initiates, Chris
Parks, Glenda Kellow, and Gary
Ass't. Editor--Kay Dougherty
ANN L STAFF
FRONT ROW: Sue Hodge, Glenda Kellow, Darlene Wal-
ton, Kay Heitsman, Joanna Nims, Phyllis Cherry, Jim
Wilkins, Dick Trent. BACK ROW: Georgia Westley, Betty
Burress, Lois Crockett, Francis Cunningham, Marilyn Cal-
lahan, Chuck Bestul, and E. L. Britton.
P PER STAFF
FRONT ROW: Leora Fitch, Glenda Kellow, Darlene Wal-
ton, Dick Trent, Jean Ward, Lois Crockett, Kay White-
man. BACK ROW: Frances Cunningham, Kay Dougherty,
Linda Davis, Johnnie Barcroft, JoAnne Thomas, Bruce
Hagerty, and Jim Wilkins.
Ass't. Editor--Marilyn Callahan
F. H. .
This is a national organization of pupils who
are studying vocational agriculture in high
school. They work together to make better
farms and become better farmers now and in
FRONT ROW: J. Ward, M. Callahan, P. Cherry, S. Donaldson,
K. Heitsman, B. Daggett, G. Staehly, N. Howard, M. Baldwin.
SECOND ROW: B. Daggett, K. Vancil, P. Bell, F. Jones, A.
Everest, H. Woods, J. Nims, F. Shearer. THIRD ROW: C.
Wylie, J. Deaver, E. Thun, S. Hohanson, J. Howard, S. Duvall,
C. Seufert, S. Johanson. FOURTH ROW: M. Hanna, N. Sis-
son, B. Riech, L. Duvall, L. Blanchard, L. Kostic, E. Redberg,
RONT ROW: M. Worthington, J. Hurliman, B. Cole, G. Gal-
no, J. Barcroft, T. Learnerd. SECOND ROW: J. McKillip, I..
omstad, M. Meink, T. Johnson, V. Donaldson, J. Lane, D.
iser. THIRD ROW: E. Worthington, L. Fletcher, R. Kauff-
tan, T. Edwards, G. Goshie, L. Worthington, S. May. FOURTH 0
OW: F. Blum, E. Hodgedon, F. Johnson, C. Reddekopp, B.
lcTagga.rt, L. Clark, L. Hussey, Mr. Hanna.
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This is a national organization of pupils
who are studying homemaking in high school.
They work together for better and happier
home life for everyone now and in the future.
These girls are those Srs., Jrs., and Sophs. who
take an active part in sports and have earned enough
points to enter this organization,
FRONT ROW: K, Whiteman, G. Kellow, M. Kiser,
P. Cherry, C. Parks, L. Fitch, J. Ward, J, Deaver.
SECOND ROW: E. Thun, G. Westley, B. Bu1'ress,M.
Hancock, L. Duvall, J. Johnson. THIRD ROW: P.
Bell, F. Shearer, S, Cole, B, Daggett, K. Heitsman,
D.Walton. FOURTH ROW: C. Julian, J, Thomas,
S, Hodge, L, Crockett, B, Reich, B, Britton, C, Seu-
fert. BACK ROW: Miss Koch, F. Cunningham, K,
Dougherty, R, Strong, M, Baldwin, S. Donaldson, J.
Howard, and B, Aufdermauer,
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This organization includes all girls in
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F. T. A.
The Future Teachers of America was
newly organized at Nestucca this year
to encourage high school students to be
President .......... Kay Dougherty
Vice President ..... Anita Reddekopp
. . . . Sue Hodge
BACK ROW Advisor, Vick Huson, Dick Arde, Bob Bodyfelt. MID
DLE ROW Monte Schlechter, Bonnie Reich, Gary Gallino, Peggy
Bell FRONT ROW Terry Learned, Chester Burress, Lois Crockett,
Ivan Daniels Morris Worthington.
YELL LE DERS
S0 G LE DERS
Jo Anne Thomas
Carol Ann Julian
Left to right, FIRST ROW: Jean Ward Linda Baker SECOND ROW: Sh D
, . eri uvall, Mary Kiser, Kay Heits-
man, Frances Cu.nningham, Roberta Strong, Glenda Kellow. THIRD ROW: Georgis Westley, Delores Davis,
Carol Wylie, Doris Cherry, THIRD ROW: Peggy Bell, Jean Deaver, Bonnie Rich, Nancy Howard Darlene
Walton, Maliyn Callahan, Kay Dougherty, Lucia Duvall, Beverly Aufdermauer, Betty Burress, Ehaora Redberg
President .... . . . Elnora Redberg
V. President. . . . . .Darlene Walton
Secretary. . . .... Mary Kiser
Treasurer. . . . . . Chris Parks
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FLOOR: Jackie Watts, Alfred and Earl Wylie, Bill Ritter, Jim Trent.
MIDDLE ROW: Frank Chambers, Dick Trent, Jim Wilkins, Ennis Wuite.
BACK ROW: Bob Cole, Morris Worthington, Carl Myer, Bob Bodyfelt,
George Dyer, Chuck Bestul, Chester Burress.
Vice President. . .
Srg. at arms. . .
. . .Jim Wilkins
. . .Dick Trent
. . .Bob Bodyfelt
. . . Bill Westly
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FRONT ROW, Left to Right: B. Daggett, F.
Jones, R. Clark, H. Woods, J. Nims, B. Britton,
P. Bell, G. Westley, J. Ward. SECOND ROW:
L. Adams, G.Ke11ow, S. Hodge, C. Wylie, J.
Howard, S. Donaldson, M. Merchant. THIRD
ROW: R. Mastel, B. Burress, L. Crockett, J.
Staehly, E. Thun, S. Cole, S. Toedtli, J.
Johnson, C. Julian, M. Hanna, W. Cole, S.
Duvall, B. Toedtli, F. Shearer, B. Aufdermauer
FOURTH ROW: J. Thomas, D. Davis, P.
Howard, B. Daggett, K. Dougherty, N. Howard,
E. Redberg. FIFTH ROW: M. Kiser, B. Riech,
M. Baldwin, M. Hancock, L. Duvall, K. Heits-
man. SIXTH ROW: R. Hintz, K. Wallace, L.
Fitch, D. Walton, L. Kostic. SEVENTH ROW:
P. Pichette, C. Parks, B. Sexton, J. Walton, L.
Davis, K. Gist. EIGHTH ROW: K. Whiteman,
L. Brode, J. Dunn, S. Johonson, NINETH ROW
Advisor: Mr. Fitzsirnons, M. Callahan, F. Cun-
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FRONT ROW, Left to Right: D. Mullica, L.
Worthington, D. Johnston, H. Gorton, D. Al-
brighton, J. Lane, C. Rich, J. Finnell. SEC-
OND ROW: L. Hussey, G. Gesgie, L. Kimber,
L. Finnell, F. Chambers, R. Dyer, D. Trent, J.
Wilkens, B. Hanna, J. McKillip, V. Donaldson,
T. Brockway. FOURTH ROW: M. Passwaters,
C. Livingston, P. Mink, R. Britton, D. Haltiner,
J. Horner. FIFTH ROW: M. Worthington, I.
Gist, T. Scott, B. Westly, D. Neiderer. SIXTH
ROW: K. Sisson, B. Daughery, L. Peterson, N.
Parks, G. Dyer, C. Sisson. SEVENTH ROW: M.
Schlechter, G. Larson, T. Johnson, R. Long, J.
Lewallen. EIGHTH ROW: I. Daniel, V. Af-
folter, B. Monroe, W. Alt. NINTH ROW: D.
Aarde, H. Porter, L. Homestead, G. Gallino, M.
Shultz. TENTH ROW: Instructor, Mr. Fitz-
Left to right, MAJORETTES: N. and J. Howard. FRONT ROW: J.
Nims, B. Burress, S. Cole, V. Donaldson. SECOND ROW: G. Redde-
kopp, B. Aufdermauer, C. Julian, D. Aa.rde. THIRD ROW: K. Dough-
erty, F. Cunningham, Mr. Fitzsimons, Director, L. Peterson, F. Johnson.
FOURTH ROW: B. Hanna, T. Crawford, L. Duvall, A. Reddekopp.
FIFTH ROW: A. Everest, C. Parks, L. Fitch, D. Johnson. SIXTH ROW:
H. Meink, M. Passwaters, J. McKillip.
LEFT TO RIGHT: N. Howard, W. Cole, S. Duvall, J. Donaldson, J.
. . . . . Director
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Left to right, BACK ROW: Betty Burress - September, Leora Fitch - October, Roberta Strong -
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mary, Phyllis Cherry - March, Peggy Bell - April, Darlene Walton - May.
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F U T U F3 E
Receiving Diploma CONGRATULATIONS Awards
Commencement Addresq BOYS' Ch0ruS"HA1ma Mater
C. Ray Johnson
Attorney at Law
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Glenda Kcllow Carol Shenk Mary Kiser Carol Julian
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FIRST STRING: Bob Coffey, T. Bell, T. Brochway, Marv Woods, M. Shultz, E. L. Britton, D. Hatfield, C. Sission,
C. Meyer, G. Dyer, V. Affolter.
FRONT ROW, Left to Right: R. Britton, J. Wilkins , E. Wuite, J. Fin-
nel, T. Bell, L. Finnel, B. Cole, J. McKillip, E. Hodgedon, D. Trent,
E. Worthington. MIDDLE ROW: J. Lewellan, V. Affolter, E. L. Britton,
L. Homested, B. Westley, C. Sission, C. Meyer, G. Dyer, M. Shultz, D.
Hatfield, M. Woods, B. Coffey, D. Anderson. BACK ROW: M. Pass-
waters, L. Hussey, L. Worthington, B. Hanna, R. Loudon, B. Bodyfelt,
D. Yocum, Mr. Bushlack, T. Brockway, B. McTaggart, H. Mackey, C.
Reich, R. Dyer, J. Donaldson.
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Coach Stensland, kneeling, Manager, B. Ritter, B. Westly.
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BASKETBALL B SQUAD
STANDING, Left to Right: N. Parks, B. Monroe, H. Porter, D, Anderson,
W. Alt, B. Hagerty, J. Barcroft, Coach Mr. Buslack, KNEELING: J.
Donaldson, J. Finnell, R. Britton, J. Horner, B. Hanna.
BACK ROW, Left to Right: Manager, B. Ritter, B. Hagerty, D. Woods, E.
L. Britton, R. Long, C. Bestul, J. Hurliman, H. Porter, D. Hurliman.
FRONT ROW: H. Thun, T. Bell, J. Donaldson, E. Wuite,F. Blum, N.
Parks, T. Crawford, R. Walters, SITTING: C. Sisson.
BACK ROW, Left to Right: C. Myers, M. Shultz, R. Long, V. Affolter, J. Lewellan, G. Gallino, J. Finnell. KNEEL-
ING: B. Coffey, L. Finnell, E. Wylie, M. Passwaters, B. Hagerty, D. Anderson, J. Donaldson, B. Hanna.
Managers: Stan May
and Jim McKillip
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"Take Me Out To The Ball Game"
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BACK ROW: D. Walton, M. Kiser, Coach, Miss. Koch, S. Hodge, C.
Wylie. MIDDLE ROW: A. Reddekkopp, E. Redberg, B. Daggett, G.
Kellow, F. Cunningham. FRONT ROW: L. Fitch, K. Dougherty, K.
Vancil, R. Strong, C. Parks, B. Burress.
JUNIOR I.NTERMURAL BASKETBALL AND
BACK ROW: D. Yokum, R. Long, D. Bodtfelt, J.
Hurliman, G. Gallino, E. Wylie. FRONT ROW: F.
Blum, J. Watts, B. Hagerty, C. Myers, B. Cole, B.
SENIOR INTERMURAL BASKETBALL TEAM
BACK ROW: G. Kellow, D. Walton, M. Kiser.
FRONT ROW: B. Daggett, E. Redberg, S. Hodge.
SENIOR BOYS WON BASEBALL AND VOLLEYBALL
JUNIOR INTERMURAL VOLLEYBALL TEAM
BACK ROW: B. Reich, E. Thun, F. Shearer.
MIDDLE ROW: K. Whitman, C. Julian, P. Bell,
S. Cole. FRONT ROW: K. Dougherty, C. Parks
J. Ward, J. Thoman, J. Deaver.
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TILLAMOOK COL! TY CREAMERY
congratulates the Senior Class of '57 and we are proud of the fine showing made by the entire student
body of Nestucca lligh School during this past year.
Tillamook County has much to be proud of it's fine schools, and it's dairy products which are unexcellcd
anywhere in the world. We know our young people will take pride in these accomplishments and will
help to further improve and perpetuate them.
TILLA MOOK COUNTY CREAMERY ASSOCIATION
Feud Dept. Cheese Factories Fluid Milk
MCKENZIE AND HADLEY MOTOR CO.
VI-2-2551 1220 Main Ave.
1 1' ,Ziff Home of the
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GABBY'S DRIVE IN
Highway 101 North
Phone VI 2-4752 Roy and Frances Espe
One of the largest and trading
312 Main Avenue Tillamook
308 Main Ave. Tillamook, Oregon
Office Phone VI 2-4373
Home Phone VI 2-2057
Homes - Farms - Income
Property - Timber
GEO. D. RIECHERS
Harry C. Elliott and Bertha Portmann
2016 2nd St.
P. 0. Box 386
P. O. Box 386 Di. 2-2801
Serving Tillamook County Since 1922
Household Goods - Moving and Storage
Heavy Hauling - Machinery Moving
Crane Truck Service
2703 - 3rcI Tillamook, VI 2-2574
Richfield Oil Products
DeLuxe Cottages Fishermen's Supplies
Pacific City, Oregon
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Route 2, Box ll
Mr. and Mrs. Guy Burns
Paint - Siding - Flooring
All types of Building Supplies
Ocean Lake Oregon
Phone DeLake 3575
LINCOLN TV SYSTEM
TV the modern way by Cable
Phone DeLalce 378I
Hand and Power Mowers
Sharpened and Repaired
Meda Loop Road
DeLake and Cloverdale, Ore.
Beginning its million dollar expansion program
Quality Furniture at Popular Prices
Carpeting - Wall to Wall
"Don't give stamps, but we do give a 395
cash discount on all purchases."
"lf your clothes aren't becoming to you,
they should be coming to us."
We give HS. 81 H." Green Stamps
Pick up and Delivery Service
Mondays and Thursdays
Mac and Marie Phone DeLalce 2135
Howard L. Edwards
Farmer's Insurance Exchange
Truck Insurance Exchange
Fire Insurance Exchange
Phone VI - 2-4l42 l9I0 Second Street
You Can Get If Af
C. A. ANDERSON
cLoucH REXALL DRUG sToRE 0"'s"'3""e
H4 Main Avenue Cadillac
Tillamook, Oregon Sales and Service
BARBER SHOP KENNYIS
Cloverdale Oregon Oceanlakef O'e90"'
I-ETA AND ELTONS JACK AND sALLY's
and TEXACO STATION AND STORE
Meats Tierra Del Mar Phone Clvd. 892
Auiomotive, Logging, and Industrial Supplies
On the Nestucca
Cabins - Meals - Boats - Guides
'll4 lvy Street
Beaver, Oregon Phone Beaver 181 Tillamook Oregon
E. B. IVES
Phone Vl 2-4451
Control 8. Conserve Irrigation Water
Feed Department With
TILLAMOOK COUNTY CREAMERY ASS'N. WY-55
Cloverdale, Oregon Raymond C. wyss
URQM Assured, For Delicious Food
REAL ESTATE 8. INSURANCE CANNONIS
Howard Owens In Helm
"THE HEBO INN"
Phone Main 291 Sea Foods - Steaks - Ham
LEEDO FLORAL NESTUCCA LUMBER CO.
Phone U2-2341 215 Main Ave. "A Home from Sturt to Finish"
Tillamook, Oregon Cloverdale Oregon
HEBO FOOD MARKET
Harold 81 Lena Herr
The Best Place To Buy
Hd" O'e9"" J. c. PENNEY co., mc.
The Home of Value
MOBERG'S DRY GOODS
Men's, Women's 8. Children's Clothing
Agents, Tillamook Florists
Yardage - Advance Pattems
Give S 81 H Green Stamps
Buy at CONDIT CHEVROLET
Phone 263 They are the best by the way
Body and Fender Repair
, A 4 -H Automotive Repair 8. Service
wooos Fooo MARKET Hehe Oregon
Jack and Si Lewellan Woods, Oregon
CLOVERDALE PHARMACY Compliments
Prescriptions - Drugs
THE MAN'S SHOP
Max Rothenberger, Jr. phone 2.2623
Cloverdale Oregon Tillamook Oregon
HALL'S CASH GROCERY
For the best service in the nation
visit Hildred and Dicl: Hall
Give S 8. H Green Stamps
OWEN'S SERVICE STATION
s -5 Vegetables - Meats
Lots of Luck to the
Cloverdale Oregon Cloverdale 0.-,gon
Candy and Beverages
1815 First Street
Carl and Margaret Meyers
A. M. Woodoclc, Manager
Tillamook, Oregon Neslcowin
C"""""1"""s HENRY GANN
CLOVERDALE VETERINARY CLINIC
Dr. Don H. Heller
SAND AND GRAVEL
TRUCK AND SHOVEL
Phone Cloverdale 811
Cloverdale Ore- Hebo O"e90"
BEAVER REPAIR a SUPPLY Fm' M""c"'Y
Terril Power Saws
Penfield Hardshell Bars
Phone Beaver 323
Sales and Service
TILLAMOOK MOTOR CO.
"Your Friendly Ford Dealer"
Watches - Diamonds - Repairing
3.0. Box 233 2004 Third Street
Tillamook, Oregon Victor 2-6311
Phone Beaver 121
Frozen Food Lockers
Complete Locker Service
Cutting md Curing
WAYNE'S SAW REPAIR
Shell Station - Bar Shop
Mall Saws - Sales and Service
ln Tillamook County it's
Home of Fine Footwear
Phone Beaver 144 Tillamook Oregon
Fine Photography Phone UI 2-4331
Publishers ofthe Shopping Smiles
Phone VI 2-2443 Office Supplies - Printing
VI 2-6969 School Supplies
316 Main Ave. ljthogmphy
Tillamook Ore. KENWOOD PRESS
PACIFIC BOTTLING CO.
If its Good Food you want , P'P'l'c'l"' " squln ' ONUQO
Tillamook, Oregon Vi cfm- 2-2111
"The Browns" A
TouRlsT HOTEL a CAFE y '
"Meals at all Hours" 3 3 B I
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CLOVERD ALE MERCANTILE C0mPIlme"fS
.l. 8. M. Donaldson Cloverdale of
"We Handle Anything"
Phone 61' Junior Class of 1957
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PETE'S TExAco SERVICE 5AV'N'5 ROYAL BREAD
Complete line of Accessories 8 Tires A' your favonle 9'oCe'Y
Phone clad. 841 Hebo, oregon Baked on 'he COW'
Fresh for you.
Congratulations S. I. Case Dealer - We repair anything
JOHNSON'S APPAREL ALT MOTORS
Tillamook Oregon implements 8 Parts
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Congrafulaiions io the Seniors of '57
FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF PORTLAND
"Let's Build Oregon Together"
Member F. D. I. C.
SCHLILIVIERICHS LOG CABINS
Phone Beove. I4I
Phone 3555 Pickup in Hebo 8. Cloverdale
Oceonlake, Oregon Wed. 8. Sat.
THE CHATTER BOX To the Class of 1957
Home Made Pies, Clam Chowder, Chile
Complete Fountain Service
203 Main Ave.
Next to the theater
Taft Oregon Phone Vl-2-6289
TILLAMOOK-MAYFLOWER For Auto Parts and Machine Shop
Moving and Storage Automotive Supplies 8. Equipment
Tillamook's Finest 'sn
Phone V' 2-24731 LANTzco MOTOR SUPPLY
2315 6th Street
Tillamook, Oregon Ph 2200
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Always Go to the
305 Main Ave.
REDDEKOPP'S SHELL SERVICE 0
Complete Automotive Repair Phone VI-2 6467
S 8. H Green Stamps Pacific City
Complete Home Fumishers
"Everything in Printing"
FISHERS BROS. FURNITURE
Phone Vl. 2-6252
"We Handle Anything"
J. and M. Donaldson
Phone Cloverdale 6ll
Hunting and Fishing Supplies
Jim and Noni Wharton
Phone Cloverdale 538
Cloverdale Orego n Hebo oregon
HERMAN'S MEN STORE
is where the best dressed
Compliments "BOBCATS" buy their clothes.
STEWARTS SUPER MARKET
Put Your Best Food Forward
Trade At of
Grocery and Mercantile CLOVERDALE THEATRE
C' M. Bruce Cloverdale Oregon
C01lgfU5Ulf15i0f4-9 FOI.KSTAD'S PHARMACY
Watches - Diamonds - Jewelry P"'ELi:f:lsa:dCQfI1"iC'
We Give 5 81 I'I Green SNUIPS Parker and Sheaffer Pens
Ph. Delake 355I
Oceanlalce 0"e90"' Oceanlake Phone 3393 Oregon
Next to the Theatre
Let Us Tell You What's Wrong
Chevron Gas Station
Tire Repairing THE MODE
TiIIamooIc's Doorway to Style
302 Main Ave. Tillamook, Oregon
PACIFIC CITY STORE
Groceries - Meats - Beverages
Frozen Fruits and Vegetables
Ann W. Wenger
Phone Clvd. 423
Pacific City Oregon
A Good Luck, Seniors of
Auto Parts - Sporting Goods - Motor Parts
40I Main Ave. Tillamook, Oregon
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T0 THE READERS OF THE l957 BOBCAT
As adviser of this book, I have had the pleasure of working with
some of the finest and hardest working people at Nestucca. The co-
operation of students, faculty, administration, and townspeople has
been most gratifying.
Pictures which had to be taken and retaken, deadlines which were
missed, finances which kept changing are part of the yearbook which
most people don't come in contact with, but which plagued the staff.
To those who lived with these problems I have nothing but the inade-
quate thank you which can in no way express the feelings I have for
Thank you for your help and your work. I certainly appreciated
and enjoyed every minute.
This Annual is the history of the 1956 and 1957 school year at
Within my four years at this high school, I have leamed that co-
operation is the most important key to everyday living.
When you look at this book, realize that it has taken the co-op-
eration and hard work of the faculty and many students. Perhaps their
school work and pleasures have suffered from organizing this book.
In the years to come please stop and think that it's going to take
your co-operation to make the school 's annual.
M It has been my pleasure to work with you and I would like to
FJ if thank each one personally that worked with me.
. V L, ' ' Au revoirl
All p X Annual Editor
M' T M 6 ? Elnora Redberg
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' if Q lfair well until we meet again. ,fl 4 W
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