Newberg High School - Chehalem Yearbook (Newberg, OR)
- Class of 1947
Page 1 of 72
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Text from Pages 1 - 72 of the 1947 volume:
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Published annually by the
Associated Student Body, Newberg Union High School
N ewberg, Oregon
Shirley Ryals - Bill Wallacex .............................. Co-Editors
Mary Paddon .........................,.................. Associate Editor
Betty Carothers, Bob Nelson, Bob Hoy .... Business Mgrs.
Virginia Mosely .................. .................. ............. A d viser
"All these are past and .should grow dim
with all such things in hind,
And yet their fragile fragments clog the
traffic of my mind."
To Mr. Howard H. George, who for
fifteen years as chairman of the Newberg
Union High School board has devoted a
large part of his time and energy toward
making NUHS a better place in which to
learn, we respectfully dedicate this 1947
Chehalem. Since Mr. George accepted the
position which he now holds, the faculty
has nearly doubled in size, many new sub-
jects have been: added to the curriculum
and, above all, the present building was
Administrators deluxe, Hubert E.
Armstrong, superintendent, and Henry W.
Sorick, principal, handled the monument-
al tasks confronting them with compara-
tive ease. Each has served three years in
his present position, although Mr. Arm-
strong has been many years in the New-
herg school system as an instructor and
as high school principal.
No easy jobs, the principal's is to co-
ordinate activities within the school and
handle most student problems, while the
superintendent's is to supervise all the
Newberg school system and to work with
the school board.
A capable, friendly and easy-to-get-
along with office secretary was Isabel Gill.
A great help to all, Miss Gill aways had a
paper clip, envelope or helping hand when-
ever they were needed.
The guiding hand be-
hind our entire school
set-up is the Newberg
High School Board.
Headed by Howard
George, chairman and
consisting of Harry Cra-
ter, Paul Newton, Au-
gust Schaad, Dan Wohl-
gemuth, and R. P. Gill,
clerk, the board made the
decisions which govern-
ed student life for the
B.A.. Pacific Un-
iversity f Biol0KY.
Spanish - Svanish
B, S., 0 r e it o n
G e n e r all Science.
--Sohhomore A d -
B.S.. Orelon State
Collen - Agricul-
B.A., Linfield Col-
lege - World His-
Unlversit - Alie-
bra. GeometYY. Ad-
nh., Linfield col.
len e Engun. lv,
qu. Club - Drama-
B,A.. Alma Col-
n,s. Linfield con.
lege - r. 1-:. . .l 4
Health Y Football!
ing- Tuck- Junior
Adviser 4 Commun-
nh, uh., um.
venity of 0reKon--
University - Music
Band Y Assembly
B.S., Linfield Col-
lege-l-Iome Ee. I
and II. Typlnl I-
more Adviser' - Tri.
nh., sul.. un.
lversity of insho-
B.A., Linfield Col-
leze --- Freshman
B. A.. 0 r e II u n
State College f- In-
ball S Football 3
B.S.. Linfield Col-
lere - Health and
tic, Business Arith-
mezic - ns-mb-ll.
Football, Track -
H i -Y - Freshman
B. A., O r e I 0 n
State Collele -
Homemakinz I I I .
G e n e ral Science.
B. A.. Nebraska
in! I, Shorthand I
B.A., Linfield Col-
lete - P. E. and
B,A. University of
Orelon f American
viser 4-Girls' Lellue
l'I Q n I g Al:!iYilY
Schedule Y- Senior
I Student Officers
Howann NEw'roN Q nd
Ably fulfilling its many governmental duties, this year's Student Council helped
to make l946-47 very eventful and successful. With barriers and problems to face,
the group was very fortunate in having capable officers to lead them. Howard New-
ton devoted much time to his office of President of the Council. His secretary, Shir-
ley Ryals, proved both efficient and punctual in carrying out her many respon-
sibilities. Other officers of the student government were Bob Halstead, vice-presi-
dent: and Alda Hoch, treasurer. Also included in the president's cabinet were Peggy
Heiser, activities chairmang Helen Snider, assemblies chairmang Judy Hoy, secre-
tary of public relationsg Dan Hess, secretary of labor: Bob Halstead, secretary of
buildings and groundsg and Chuck Ferrell, secretary of consumers goods.
. 1-'si' . Q
CHUCK FERRELL DAN HESS JUDY HOY
The thirty-sixth senior class to graduate from this high school completed its
last year at Newberg Union high.
Having been active in school affairs, the class successfully presented the
senior class play, "The Green Light", which was rated one of the best mystery
thrillers in several years.
Important days for the senors were their trip to Salem, skip day, dress-up
day, and the junior-senior banquet and prom.
Class officers were Chuck Ferrell, presidentg Dan Hess, vice-presidentg Judy
Hoy, secretary-treasurer, who replaced Betty Jo Fuzzellg and Bill McCoy, repre-
sentativeg with Mrs. State and Mr. Keltner, advisers.
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BILL Mccoy MRS. STATE MR, KELTNER
Girls' Lellue 3-4-
FHA 1-2-4, Y-Teens
Girls' Lelltue 3-4-
Boostern 3-4. FHA
1-2-3. GAA 2. Y-
Teens I-2-3-4, Pres.
Prenpen 2. V.-Pres.
Tri-Y 3. Pres. 4.
Echoes 2-3. S.
Council I, Intru-
Boys' Luzue 4.
Trlnsf. from Lin-
coln. Portnnd, I.
Bon' League 4,
Order of N 3-4, NTK
3-4, I-Ii-Y 2-:1-4,
Honor Soc. 4. Quill
1 Scroll 4, Echoes
4. Hobby Club I-2,
S. Cuuncil 4, Foot-
ball 3-4, Bsaketbsll
2, Track 4. Intrs-
mm' Lelgue 4.
Svsnish Club 4.
Band 1-z-a, Hobby
Club 1, s. council
2, Basketball 1.
11-4411.11 I-2, Trsck
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Teens 2-3-4. Choir
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Trivle Trio 2-3-4.
Girls' Lelzue 3-4.
Tren. 4, Mslque I-
GAA I-2-3, Y-Teens
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FFA 1, I-'oozbnll 3-
Girls' Leilue 3-4.
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Order of N 2-3-4.
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S. Council 2-4.
B 41 se b A ll I-2-3-4.
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4, Wratllng 8-4,
S. B. V.-Pvc, 4.
Bac. of Build. C
B, langue 4,
NTK 2-3-4, See, 3.
Hi-Y 1-a-4. see. s-4,
FFA l-2-3-4. BM. 3,
V.P. 4. Echuel 1-4.
Chulr 3. V.P., S.
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Buy-' League 4.
M-.que a-4. NTK 4.
Hi-Y s-4, on--An
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1-a, Football z-s-4.
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bull 2-a-4, wmu-
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4, 8. Council 1.
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mm' League 4,
:YA 1-2-3-4. Choir
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luuue 1-2. Chuir
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Wrzulinx 8. Intru-
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Bellflower, CIIII. 3,
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3. GAA 3-4. Y.
Teen: 3, cm-if a-4,
S. Council 4,
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2-3-4. Echoel 3-4.
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8-4, S. B, Troll. 4-
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Girls' Lelgue 3-4,
luque 3-4. Report
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3. Y-Teens 3-4.
T r l n I I . from
Lincoln High, Port-
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S. GAA 3. Y-Teens
3, Spsnilh Club B,
S. B. Pin' 3.
Girls' Lelllue 2.
luque B, FHA 1,
GAA 1-2, Y-Teens
3, Tren. 2, Choir
3, Operetts 1, One-
Aet Plays 1-2,
Three Yelr Grldu-
LEE JOHNSON IILDKED TWILA JONES
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Quill I Scroll 4. Girls' Lelsue 3-4, Ysmhill High 4,
vac.-Pm., sv-nm. Y-Teens s. cam' League 4.
Club 4. S. B. Plly Youth for Chrllt 4.
3, Hobby Club l.
Girls' Leszue 3-4,
Corres. Sec. 3, FHA
1-2-3, GAA 1-2-3.
Y-Teens 3. Choir 4.
Girls' Lellue 3-4.
FHA I-3, Y-Teens
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Girls' League 8-4.
Girls' Leilue 3-4.
Tren. 3, Boosters
3-4, FHA 1-2-3-4.
Y - Tee n I 1-2-3-4.
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Elgin, N. Dnkotl, 2.
Girls' Lenfue 3-4.
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4, Prem. 4, FHA 2-
3-4, Reporter 4, Y-
Teens 2-8.-4, Sec. 3.
Trels. 2, Drum ll-
T r s n s Y . from
Grsnby High, Nor-
folk, VA., 4, Boys'
Lelgue 4, Football
4, Blsebsll 4, Truck
Boys' Lellue 4.
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Tren, 4, Honor
Soc. 4, Echos 2.
Hobby Club 1, S.
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I-2. Truck 3. Intru-
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3, Cllss V.P. 1.
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Girls' Leslue 3-
4, Muque I-2-3.
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2-3, GAA 1. Y-
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Scroll 4, Echoes 2-
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4, S. B. Pls! 4.
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1. B. Cuuncll 1.
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Trihle Trio 2-3-4.
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Salem Cl. G. Leuzue
x-4, Munn- J-4.
I'ren. 4, liooalerl 4.
Hunur Sur. 4, Y-
Teenn 4, Y. for F.
4, Srllnillh Club 3-4,
Prtl. 3, Chehllrm
Zi, S. H. l'lly Il.
Clan: l'lly 4. Cholr
4. S. Council 4,
Sec. of Allembllen.
Clan Treaa. 3.
Hoya' League 4,
Nw 4, FFA 1.1.
:4-4. 'r.-m. 1, Pm.
4, crmn- 2-3-4, nue-
Hoya' Lealue 4.
FFA l-2-fl-4, Sec. 4.
Glrll' Lellue 2-5.
lllque l-2-8, I-'HA
l-B, GAA l-2-B, Y.
'hens I-2. Band 1.
2-3. Intramural! I-
2-3, Three Year
Girls' Lelnlua 3-4.
FHA l-Z. lnlrlmur-
Brooklyn Hllh. P.
1-:. 1.. c-11-414. 1,
Glrll' Leanne 3-4.
lllllue 3, FHA 4.
Band 3-4. lnlra-
T r l n I Y . from
Dundee 2, Girls'
Lellrue 3-4, Sec. 3.
Pres. 4, Booster: 4.
uw... soc. a.4, se.-.
4. Quill A s-1-on 4.
Echoes 2-3, Alloc.
Ed. Cl, Chchllem 4.
Cu-Ed., S. B. Plllf
3, cm. 2.4, s.
Cuun. 4, S. B. Ser.
4, Trivle Trio 2-3-4.
liuyn' Leurue 4,
Ser.. Order 414 N 3.
4, se-. 4. NTK n.4,
Ser. 4. FFA 1, Hon.
ur Sur. 4, Sblnilh
Club fl-4, l'rel. 4, S.
Counril 4, Hankel-
hall l-2-3-4. Hale-
blll I-2-4, lnlra.
m u r a l 14 I-2-Il-4.
llllu Soc. 3.
Buys' Lelzue 4.
Jane Adam: Hlrh,
Purlland. 2. Youth
lor Chrill 4.
'I' r I I1 I I . from
Dundee 2, Hoya'
Leazue 4, Snamch
Girls' Leakue 2-3,
FHA I-2-H, Y-Teena
2-3. Band 2. Three
Bays' League 4,
Order of N 3-4,
NTK 2-3-4, Hi-Y
2-3-4, Chaplain 4,
Echoes 2-3, Chehal-
em 3, S. B. Play 4,
One-Act Plays 3,
Choir 3-4, Football
2-3, Basketball 1-2.
3-4. Baseball 1-2-3-
Girls' Lealtue 3-4.
Booster: 4. FHA l
2-3-4, Sec, 4, Y-
Teenn I-2-3, Vice-
Pres. I-2, Echoes 4
BONNY WILD!!! VIRGINIA EARL BUTCIIEII BOB BOY
Girls' League 3-4, WOODRING
Y-Teens I, Choir 2-
Boys' League 4,
Order of N 4. FFA
I-2-3, Football 3-4.
Basketball 1, Base-
ball I. Intramurals
T r a n 5 f . from
Fluridl. 4, Girll'
Girls' lgaeua 3-4.
Booatere 3-4, Tren.
4. FHA I-Z-Z-4.
VicePres. 3, Pre.
4, Honor Soc. 4.
Y-Teena 1-2-3, Sec.
2. Quill I Scroll 4,
Fmhoea 4. S. Coun-
. .-,eww g.
S 3 g
Boys' Lelllue 4.
Order of N Z-3-4,
NTK 2-3-4, Jr. Lt.
3, Capt. 4, Hi-Y 2-
3-4. Honor Soc. 3-
4, Pres. 4. Hand-
book 2, Choir 4,
Baseball I-2-3-4, In-
tramurals I, Claaa
Buys' League 4.
NTK 2-3-4, Honor
Soc. 4, Quill I
Scroll 4. Echoes 2-
3-4, Edibor 3-4, Che-
halem 3-4, Ccrlidi-
tor 4, I-Act Playa
I-2, Hobby Club I,
Band l-2-3-4, Cam-
erl Cluh 2-3, Coun-
T r a n I I . lrum
Dundee 2. Girll'
Leaue 3-4. Editor 4.
Chehalem 3-4, Aunt.
Art Editor 3, Ar!
Editor 4, Choir 4.
RAY JONES. Jll.
Soon to be the senior class, the juniors will undoubtedly know how to
handle the reins of leadership after a very successful third year. In this
year many of its members displayed their ability in offices of importance.
Most of the year was spent making plans and raising money for the
junior-senior banquet and prom which was given May 23 in the school
cafeteria and gym.
Listed among the activities of the year was an all-school skating party,
sponsored by the juniors, and numerous candy sales and sock dances.
Capable leaders were Jack Twenge, Bob Nelson, Esther Stevens, and
Bob Hoy, president, vice-president, secretary, and treasurer, respectively.
Howard Case acted as council representativeg Mrs. Paul and Mr. Gillis,
This year's sophomore class is awaiting the coming year with much
anxiety and expectancy at the thought of at last becoming upper classmen.
Stuart Francis led the class as its president, with Ralph Petrie, vice-
presidentg Kenny Rolph, secretaryg Harriet Robertson, treasurerg and
Dick Reynolds, council representative: to assist him.
Probably the most active group in school for the past year, the class
gave an exclusively sophomore party November 27 and a very clever as-
Bllrs. Nliller and Mr. Heimbach were sophomore advisers.
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year's annual. Edited by Shirley Ryals and Bill Wallace, co-editors, the Chehalem
caused many a headache for its makers. Business Managers Betty Carothers, Bob
Nelson, and Bob Hoy did the ad work, and Miss Mosely was adviser.
A journalism class is a big help in issuing a paper-just ask editors VVallace and
Case. Published for the first time in several years by a regular journalism class,
the Echoes continued its policy of bringing the student body news and features
concerning school life. The staff for the first semester was headed by Bill Wallace,
with Howard Case as associate. Case took over at the halfway point. Adviser was
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The National Honor society, a group of students selected for membership on
character, scholarship, leadership and service, had a relatively uneventful but pro-
fitable year. Culminating their activity list for 1946-47 was the initiation of thir-
teen new members. Officers included Mike Twenge, presidentg Marvin Heater,
vice-presidentg and Shirley Piyals, secretary. Adviser was Mr. Sorick.
Quill ond Scroll
The Ben Hur Lampman chapter of Quill and Scroll, the international honorary
society for high school journalists, completed its first year at NUHS. The major
task undertaken by the group was the publication of the Tigers' Guide, the handbook
issued at the beginning of each school year. One hundred published column inches
and a high scholastic standing are among requisites for membership in the organiza-
tion. Officers were Howard Case, presidentg Lee Johnson, vice-presidentg and Teresa
Worden, esecretary. Nlrs. Paul was adviser.
The Y-Teens are two groups, the Preppers, a freshman and sophomore or-
ganization and Tri-Y, the juniors and seniors.
The Tri-Y sponsored an Easter assembly, held a party with the Hi-Y, and
sponsored the May Day Festival.
Officers were: president, Melva Baldwin, vice-president, Mildred Doehring:
secretary, Shirley Beelerg treasurer, Cletis King. Mrs. Miller was adviser.
The Preppers started the year by holding an initiation party for the new mem-
bers, later held a Nickel Hop, and took charge of the eighth grade day. Officers
were: president, Clara Koeppling vice-president, Betty Critesg secretary, Alice Hochg
treasurer, Colleen Bishop. Miss Day advised.
Exhibiting their talent as homemakers, the FHA cooked and served the FFA
banquet, an Easter breakfast for the faculty, a luncheon for the senior girls, and
prepared food for the Girls' League conference and the FFA speaking contest. Other
activities included selling candy bars, popcorn, and cookies, conducting installation
of officers, and sending two delegates to the state FHA conference at Corvallis.
Officers for the year were Dorothy Trunde, president, Clara Koepplin, vice-presi-
dent, Edna Trunde, secretary, Alice Hoch, treasurer, Shirley Greer, historian, and
Amanda Koepplin, reporter. Mrs. Sperry advised the group.
Habla usted Espanol? It's a familiar question in the Spanish Club, and the
answer is usually the affirmative. In its second year, the Spanish club, trained in
the arts of the language by Miss Bainter, was led by Elmer Speidel, presidentg Shir.
ley Greer, vice-presidentg and Kathleen Moore, secretary.
The Hi-Y is the YMCA organization of high school boys. This year the club
sponsored a sock dance, sold cokes and ice cream bars at the baseball games, spon-
sored clean up week, placed bright yellow waste containers along College street, and
held a party with the Tri-Y. Officers for the year were: president, Chuck Ferrellg
vice-president, Mike Twengeg secretary, Dan Hessg treasurer, Bill McCoyg chap-
lain, Edwin Strotherg and adviser, Mr. Mullikin.
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"Young April," the Student Body Play, and "The
Green Light," the Senior Class Play were two successful
dramatic events of the year.
The Student Body Play was a comedy dealing with
the misadventures of the Nlclntyres, a college prof and his
The Senior Play was a spine-chilling thriller, featur-
ing a sleeping Spinster, who awoke and solved the whole
Both productions were well staged, a Credit to John
Paddon, stage manager. Miss Huckleberry was the director.
The Girls' Athletic Association, an organization for girls of the school who are
interested in athletics, started its year by attending a basketball playday at McMinn-
ville. The club's other activities were the intramural games at noon, a sox dance, a
white elephant sale, and an assembly. Letters were given to girls who earned a cer-
tain number of points. Officers for the year were: Maria Puckett, president, Mary
Paddon, vice-president, Dulcy Renne, secretary, and Mrs. Myers, adviser.
Pep Sq ucid
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as yell leaders. Clara Koepplin and Shirley Beeler were chosen song queens.
This group worked out yells, improved pep techniques and were enthusiastically
present at all games to stimulate Newberg's rooting sections.
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EARL GILLIS SWEDE MULLIKIN
One of the finest coaching quartets anybody could ask for, the NUHS grid-hoop-
mat-diamond foursome has come through again this year with top-flight aggrega-
tions. Earl Gllis, head football coach, co-track coach, and assistant basketball coachg
Swede Mullikin, head basketball coach, co-track coach, and assistant football coachg
and Tex Rister, head baseball coach and assistant football coachg and Frank Keltner,
wrestling coach make up the combination. For information on their teams and en-
viable records, look at the next few pages.
TEX RISTER FRANK KELTNER
Left to right, bottom row: Jackson lmgr.J, Moore, Winters, Newton, Gray, Cornett, Heater, Halstead, M. Twenge, Clausen, Fer-
rell. Swonger, Bailey. Shriver, imgrb.
Middle row: Head Coach Gillis, Caffall, Herring, Reynolds, Osborne, Cloepfil, Hess, Hickert, Tripp, Struble, Rolph, Asst. Coach
Asst. Coach Rister, J. Twenge, Douthit, French, Blanchette, Gwinn, Cleland, Whitman, McNabb, Dutton, Murdock
The Gillis system of football is summed up thus: "Be rough, be tough, be clean,
and win." How well this psychology worked is to be seen by glancing at the figures
With a record of five wins and but two losses, the Tiger gridmen rolled up
173 counters to their opponent's 63. An all-around bunch of hard workers, the squad
gave the paying customers their money's worth in thrills and sportsmanship.
The '46 version of the Tigers operated from a single wing formation, and was
more than a match for most 'comers.
Starting lineup was as follows: LE-Harley Gray, junior, Forest Grove Times-
News All-LeaguegLT-Wesley Moore, junior and Roy Blanchette, juniorg LG-
Dick Bailey, senior, C--Howard Newton, senior, Hillsboro Argus All-League,
RG-Jack Swonger, senior, TYV Second Squad, RT-Marvin Heater, senior,
Hillsboro Argus All-Leagueg RE-Mike Twenge, senior, TYV Second Squad,
Q-Chuck Ferrell, seniorg LH-Joe Cornett, senior, TYV second squad, RH-
Orval Clausen, sophomore, F-Bob Halstead, senior, Hillsboro Argus All-League.
Statistics for the year:
GAME SCORES LEAGUE VVON-LOST RECORDS
Newberg .....,..........,,., 25- O .... ........ .... .... W 0 0 dburn AND FINAL STANDINGS
Newberg ....... . ........ 13- O .,,.,. Jamboree QTigardj McMinnville ........ ........ ........ 6 0 0
Newberg .......... ....... l 4-I8 ..,....... ............ B eaverton BCIIVCNOH ........ ......... 5 l
Newberg .......... .....,. 3 8- O .,...... ,... .... ,... T i g ard Newberg ............ . ......... 5 2
Newberg ,..,,.,,.. ,.,.... 3 2- O .... .,.. . ,.......,. H illsboro Forest Grove ..... ......... 3 2
Newberg .,.....,... ...... 6 - O ....,.....,,...... Forest Grove HillSb01'0 --..---- ........ 3 4
Newberg .,.,.,. ,..,...,., 6- 33 .........,.. ..,. M cMinnville Tillamook ........ ......... 2 4
Newberg .,...,. .,........ 2 O- 6 .,....., . ..,...,. West Linn WCS! Lim! .-..-. ......... l 5
Newberg ,....,. ,....,. l 9- 6 .....,.. ....... T illamook Tlgiifd -..-..-... ........ 0 7
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In a season packed with excitement, thrills, and good, clean basketball, the New-
berg Tiger hoop squad won 23 games and lost 7.
Topping the honors won by this year's basketball team is that of fifth place
in Oregon high school play. By winning the district championship, Newberg was
automatcally entered in the state tournament at McArthur Court, Eugene, where
they won their first two games and lost two. One of these wins was a one-point
upset over the highly favored Salem Vikings. The Tigers also placed two men on
the all-state team. Elmer Speidel on the first team and Don Hoy on the second team.
In regular league play, the Tigers wound up in second place with 12 wins and
Never down and out, the scrappy Mullikin men fought to the finish in every
game, and it was this spirit which won them their many enthusiastic followers and a
press nickname of state tournament "darlings"
Highlights of the season were two overtime games with the Lewis and Clark
college freshmen and the one point loss to the veteran-studded OSC rook team.
Football Coach Gillis handled the "B" squad which played a regular season.
This year for the first time Newberg freshmen played a ten game schedule.
Here are statistics and scores for a most successful season: Individual scoring-
Speidel, 4093 Hoy, 3745 Nordhill, 1573 Newton, 1555 Gray, 1435 Strother, 543
Ferrell, 39, Case, 26g Nelson, 19, Winters, 173 Gearin, 9g Twenge, 2.
Newberg ,.,, ,,.,,.,,, 28--29
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Lewis Sz Clark Frosh
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Newberg ....... ......... 4 O--36 .... ..........,......... G resham
Newberg ,...,,, ,...,,.,.
Newberg ..,,... ..,,..,,,
50-39 .............. ..., O regon City
43-38 .......... .... L infield Frosh
Newberg ........ ...,..... 5 2-27 ....... ........ F orest Grove
Newberg ....... ......... 4 l-20 ...,.,,... ,,,,,,.,,,,,,, T igard
Newberg ....... ......... 4 7-30 .......... ......... T illamook
Newberg ....... ......... 5 4-30 .......... . ...... West Linn
Newberg ....... ...,..... 4 5-28 .... ..... . ......... H illsboro
Newberg ....... ......... 4 3-64 .......... ....... O SC Frosh
Newberg ....... ...... 2 6-23 .... ...... ..... .... B e a verton
.39-42 .... ............ M cMinnville
Newberg ........ ........
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Newberg ....,... ....,,.
50-32 .... .... .... .... F o r est Grove
.43-44 ........ ..... .... O S C Frosh
47-36 .... ..... ........ T igard
5 2-46 ........ ..... .... W e st 'Linn
Newberg ....,... ....,... 5 5-34 ...,.... .... ........ W i llamina
Newberg .,....... ........
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Newberg ......... .......
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57-60 .............. Klamath Falls
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Getting off to an exceptionally strong start, and then running into some plenty
tough competition, the Newberg Tiger diamond nine finished its league play with a
record of seven wins and three losses. Pitching chores were divided between Mike
Twenge and Honk Strother, a pair of senior right-handers. Catcher was Chuck Fer-
rell, a dependable senior backstop. The first team, with the exception of the bat-
tery, was: Howard Case, lbg Jack Twenge, Zbg Arny Winters, 3bg Elm Speidel, ssg
Lefty Nordhill, lf, Verl Fleener, cf, and Fred Sandau, rf.
Still in the process of building up a strong track team, and greatly handicapped
by the absence of anything resembling a track, coaches Gillis and Mullikin are op-
timistic about fhe future of the sport at NUHS. A major sport for the first
time, track draws a good turnout, and, to prove that something has happened, this
year's cindermen broke 12 of l4 Newberg track records. This sport bears watching,
it's coming up in the world.
One state champion, two runners-up, and two in the semi-finals isn't bad for a
wrestling team in its second year. At least that's the opinion of Coach Keltner who
guided the Tiger matmen through their falls and holds this season. The state cham-
pion, Malo Hasselblad, has that spot for the second consecutive year. Possibilities
for next season's squad are bright. Many freshman and sophomore wrestlers on this
year's team will form the nuculeus of a top-flight mat aggregation.
Youth for Christ
The Youth for Christ Club became a charter organization at the last of the
school year. They have been a small but active group, helping to publicize the
Youth for Christ meetings held each week and sponsoring a school assembly fea-
turing Phil Kerr. At their club meetings held at noon on Mondays they always had
a special speaker and the group sang for a few minutes. Dorothea Wilkins acted as
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I, Bonnie Arthur, will my ability to laugh at
corny jokes to anyone that needs it.
I, Dick Bailey, do hereby leave my honorary
position as representative of the Texas Chamber of
Commerce fand Amarillo too, if you want itj in
NHS to Bertha George.
I, Phyllis Bailey, will my three library per-
iods a day to Mrs. Frost.
I, Priscilla Bakken, will my ability to go to
school on "dress up day" to all the next year sen-
I, Melva Baldwin, leave my spring fever to
anyone who likes golf and Portland as well as I do.
P. S.-There are a few fives attached.
I, Dick Barker, leave my ability to play games
to Harley Gray.
I, Bob Beasley, do hereby leave my ability to
break my glasses to Whitey Whitman.
I, Wanda Bridges, being of unsound mind,
due to goodness only knows what, bequeath every-
thing that I'm not allowed to give away to all of
the inmates left in our institution.
I, Naomi Butcher, will my writing ability to
I, Faye Carter, will my ability to appreciate
Mr. Keltner's jokes to Kelly Keller.
I, Dick Chamberlin, leave this one-story build-
ing for higher education.
I, Evelyn Christie, leave-in a hurry!
I, Frank Colcord, being of sound body but not
mind, do hereby will my exquisite, streamlined,
automobile, in plain words "hotrod" to the person
of Don "Ozzie" Osborne.
I, Stephen "Pinky" Davis, bequeath my un-
ruly red hair and pink complexion to Wilfred
I, Mildred Doehring, bequeath my job as
typist on the Echoes staff to some patient soul
who loves to type.
I, John Dutton, on this day of May, being
sound of mind and body, do hereby bequeath my
many admirable qualities, such as my high intelli-
gence, pleasing personality, muscular physique,
glorious accomplishments, and my ability to keep
out of trouble, to Ray Courtney.
I, Chuck Ferrell, leave my ability to skip on
dress up day to next year's senior class president.
I, Marion Fisher, leave without much regret.
I, Verl Fleener, will to any junior that doesn't
like English my ability to get along with Miss
I, Bob Francis, leave to the next occupant of
locker 447, one dirty shirt, one Reader's Digest
written in Spanish, one beer bottle, one unused
Gideon Bible, two rotten oranges, a picture of Jane
Russell, assorted confessions of G. Butcher and N.
Steller, a complete year's supply of Echoes, and
a collection of junk equaled only by Langley
I, Dick French, do hereby will and bequeath
my ability to sleep in Physics class to any junior
who wants it.
I, Don Fuerst, hereby will and bequeath my
ability to get along with anyone, to anyone who
I, Pat Garvin, will my ability to reduce to
I, Shirley Greer, leave Newberg high school
with no regrets, but worn to a frazzel!
' I, Jean Gulley, do hereby leave my passion of
petting and playing with SNAKES to Mary
I, Archie Gwinn, leave my ability to get kick-
ed out of school to Ronnie Baker.
I, Glenn Gwinn, leave with Thelma and be-
queath my school skipping to some poor soul who
thinks he can do it without getting caught.
I, Elvern Hall, will my seat in the bass sec-
tion to any sucker who will take it.
I, Bob Halstead, leave sadly what little foot-
ball equipment I left in the athletic department
to next year's freshmen. fThere's not enough for
I, Fayola Hasselblad, leave to Jean Reiser my
outstanding record of regular attendance.
I, Marvin Heater, leave my shot-putting
ability to Ronnie Baker.
I, Lucille Hays, will my place in Social Ee. to
the poor soul who gets it.
I, Dan Hess, leave to Marilyn Hess my abil-
ity to go through a school year on 15 cents worth
of notebook paper, and to Dale Robertson my sin-
cerest regrets for all the money I owe him.
I, Alda Hoch, will to my sister the tiresome
test of telling people that you spell "Hoch" with
an "H" and not a "K"!
I, Stefana Holas, leave for greener pastures
and deeper seas.
I, Joanne Hopkins, leave my bashfulness to
I, Bob Howard, leave.
I, Judy Hoy, will my ability to do a little
homework once in a while and get along with my
teachers to my brother, Don. He needs them.
I, Lee Johnson, leave my basketball ability to
anyone who will take a joke.
I, Mildred Johnson, leave my dirty locker to
I, Twila Jones, will to Bertha Uphouse my
great ability to sing, in hopes that she will use
it more wisely than I.
I, Herbert King, do hereby bequeath, upon
graduation, my most valuable possesions found in
locker 87 to the next renter. Among these valuables
is found one very good issue of Esquire magazine,
one tooth-pick, one aged stocking, and a safety pin
to be used in case of emergency.
I, Barbara Kinney, leave my corny jokes to
anyone who has an empty harvest field.
I, Alice Knight, being a senior, have nothing
left to leave.
I, Amanda Koepplin, will my ability to twirl
to Dale Robertson.
I, Bob Lemon, hereby will my ability to say
yes to all the girls who ask me for dates, and my
athletic ability to James James.
I, Jeanne McClymond, leave my Social Ec.
scrapbook to any junior who will have Mr. Keltner
I, Ethel McCormick, leave my good grades
and my ability to get along with the teachers to
my sister, Eva.
I, Irene McCormick, leave my temper to
Francis Lane, grab my diploma-and run, not walk
to the nearest exit.
I, Bill McCoy, leave my ability to play "pas-
ture pool" to Stu Francis.
I, Vara McIntyre, will to Ellen Oscanyon my
ability to laugh at Mr. Keltner's jokes.
I, Betty Macken, leave Negvberg high to any-
one who wants it.
I, Thelma Mielke, am leaving, "Thank Good-
ness," and I'm taking Glenn with me.
I, Violet Miller, will to some lucky person, the
chance to go with the school treasurer on sunny
days to pay bills.
I, Letha Montgomery, leave before the School
Board change their minds.
We, Pat Nelson, Peggy Reiser and Frances
Reid, the trio, bequeath our melodious voices to
Louise Cloepfil, Dulcy Renne, and Kathleen
I, Howard Newton, leave my chair in the
library to anyone who wants to rest.
I, Connie Nickey, will my handwriting to lNIr.
I, Carol Olson, leave my ability to go to
Rockaway on week-ends to Dulcy Renne.
I, Robert Ornduff, being of unsound mind, be-
queath to VVilliam Green my height and my size
I, lVIarian Ottenbacher, will my popularity to
my sister, Thelma.
I, John Paddon, leave the stage, the horrors
connected therewith, and my ability to get out of
class on its account, to anyone who needs a little
I, Ralph Parker, brought nothing with me so
it is impossible for me to leave anyone anything.
I, Gerald Parrish, leave my unspeakable
speaking ability to a next year's public speaking
I, Vivian Piper, being sound in body, and sup-
posedly in mind, do hereby leave to anyone in the
junior class who cares to accept it, my arguments
with Mr. Keltner. May they win more often than
I, Marjorie Pugh, will my place in the clar-
inet section to anyone who is brave enough to
I, Shirley Ryals, bequeath to Mary Paddon
my gluey fingers from working on the Chehalem
and will my headaches and fun to Betty Anderson,
next year's Girls' League prexy.
I, Arthur Sasse, sound of mind, leave a hand-
ful of hair to Mr. Sorick, or any other member of
the faculty more deserving.
I, Dorothy Schultz, will to Althea Kippenham
my ability to whisper in class, and the push-ups
that Mrs. Meyers gives out so freely.
I, Paul Shine, will my brains to handicap some
I, Helen Snider, will my ability to talk in-
cessantly to Warren Struble.
I, Elmer Speidel, will to Bill Gearin and
Lefty Nordhill all of my ability to get along with
Mrs. Frost in library.
I, Neal Steller, leave all my books, notes and
assorted junk to any student so unfortunate as to
I, Ruth Stokes, will my diamond-acquiring
ability to Lela Steele.
I, Honk Strother, leave my long eyelashes to
I, Esther Trietch, will my quietness to Betty,
I, Edna Trunde, will all of my 4 feet ll
inches to Cletis King.
I, Dorothy Trunide, leave my position as FHA
prexy to next year's president and hope she has the
successful year I did.
I, Mike Twenge, leave to any junior my
ability to study during my senior year.
I, Bill Wallace, leave my suction to Alvis
I, Alvina Weisshaar, will leave after that
fateful night of May 29th.
I, Bonny Wilder, leave my "quietness" to the
most talkative person in school.
I, Geraldine Bailey, leave before the teachers
change their minds.
H. Peek, M. D.
Market Physician and Surgeon
" 6085 First St.
The Red Sz White Store
N ewberg Oregon
CLASS OF '47
Ivo J. Koll, Owner
R, E, DREWS NATIONALLY ORGANIZED
Jewelry Phone 48J . Newberg, Ore.
it--H-mvswm .M Ezzrl L. Richardso Jas. W. Richardson
I Willamina, Ph. 563 Res. Ph. Dayton 9X18
Haircuts That Fit the Bean
Tonics and Stuff Richardson Sz Gearin
Let Us Get in Your Hair Phone 314
81055 E. First Street, Newberg
Mrs. Ruth Gearin George Tonkin
.101 55 First St. Newberg, Ore. Realtor Salesman
Res. Phone 1728M
ears of Dependable Food
BEST WISHES Funeral Directors
CLASS OF '47
Day or Night
St. Paul Truck Line
F. C. Herring, Prop.
ANYWHERE FOR HIRE
ST. PAUL NEWBERG PORTLAND
Phone 371 Phone 266W Ph. EA. 9131
N ewberg Branch
First National Bank
Member of Federa
S SUCCESS TO THE
CLASS OF '47
1Deposit I C p t
John'S Ice Cream
GOOD LUCK, sEN1ORsz
Phone 120W N ewberg
Green Lantern Cafe
HOME COOKED MEALS
714 E. First St. Phone 286M
TO THE SENIOR CLASS
Quality Work Always
Rug and Upholstery Cleaning
Phone 32M 708 First St
CLASS OF '47
COURTESY AND COOPERATION
C er College and Hancock Newberg, O
Sportsman Air Park
Phone 1630M Newberg
To the Class of '47
Cregon Farmers Union
FEED AND SEED
1 Mile East of Newberg on 99W
Wm. J. McCreacly Lumber Co.
Retail Lumber and Building Materials
Portland Highway and Church Streets
OUR RED TRUCKS DELIVER
L. A. Hamner
C. A. Bump, M. D.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
617 First Street
Newberg Oregon 611 First Street Newberg,
Besfs Cleaners A. G. Wehrley
BEST OF REAL ESTATE
CLASS OF ' 47
503 E. First St. Newberg, Oregon Best Wishes to Class of I47
THE CLASS OF '47
INSURANCE OF ALL KINDS '
BAKER RADIO Sz ELECTR
621 First St. Newberg, Ore.
Dr. Iohn L. McKinney
Room 200 Commercial Bank Bldg.
EYES EXAMINED PROMPT SERVICE
GLASSES FITTED Evenings by Appointment
615 First St.
300 First Street
F. T. Wilcox, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon
214 E. First St.
N ewberg Oregon
V. A. Vincent
210 First Street S
NEW and USED
206 First St. Phone 312
Home Appliance S1 Paint
W. O. Owens
E. C. BAIRD
G. R. Nugent, Prop.
705 E. First St. Newberg
Newherg Feed Sz Seed
"Quality Feeds and Seeds"
311 First Street Newberg, Oregon
Hutchens Texaco Service
Automotive Service Phone 79M
Phone 301 TUBES-TIRES-BATTERIES
Kenneth Newlin Marvin Moore
Palace Meat Market PHELPS
FRESH SMOKED AND
City Tire Service
Complete Tire Service
Phone 215W 808 E. First St.
F our Boys and a Bass
MARKET AND GROCERY
We'1l Be Waiting
to See You in the Future
908 First St. Phone 201W
ADAMS SHELL SERVICE '
F rst and Main Newberg, Ore.
MODERN APPLIANCE CO.
HEADQUARTERS FOR RECORDS
Newberg Phone 76R Oregon
R I L E Y S T U D I O
"Ever thing Photographic"
North Pacific Canners and Packers, Inc.
Growers, Canners, Barrelers,
and Shippers of Oregon Fruits
Roblfs Barber Shop
Fountain and Cafe
WHEN YOU BUY IT
Shop at Penney's
Wilbur Robb Howard Mills
1: O. llllli' U.-v flh-
Dutch Maid Cafe
The Best in the West
609 First Street N ewberg, Oregon
The Book Store
Mrs. Florence Reid, Prop.
N ewberg Oregon
TYLER S. SOINE, M. D.
PHYSICIAN 8: SURGEON
105 S. Meridian Phone 330
DR. HOMER HESTER
Newberg Auto Freight
ALL KINDS OF HAULING
187.1 EA. 5176
A COMLETE LINE OF
112 S. Edwards Phone 128J
Lynn B. Ferguson
The REXALL Store
302 First St t Newberg, Oregon
"THE FRIENDLY STORE"
Opposite Post Office
Doug St IVIe1's Chevron
1004 E. First Street
CONGRATULATIONS TO THE
I Bolo's Auto Compony
AUTHORIZED SALES AND SERVICE
TOP NOTCH MECHANICS
BEST OF EQUIPMENT
Ford Cars and Trucks
Genuine Ford Paris
809 E. First Street
A GOOD PLACE TO TRADE
"HOT ROD" HEADQUARTERS
Across From Nap's
The Sportsmalfs Store
Phone 33W 701 First St
TQHNSON 51 HEDMAN FARMERS FEED STORE
Blacksmithing Quality Feeds and Supplies
Welding Good Luck, Seniors!
Phone 190 108 S' Meridian 202 E. First st. Phone 92.1
Thanks . . .
for letting us print the 1947 Cheholem
For the help they gave the Editors and Staff whenever needed or asked, we
wish to thank:
MR. DENT, without whose unfailing help and advice the CHEHALEM
probably' never would have come out at all.
JOHN PADDON, who helped us in our writing and make-up.
ALVINA WEISSHAAR, whose art 'labors produced the cover and division
FRANK COLCORD, who took a good portion of the snaps that appear on
MAC, of the Graphic, whose pictures also make up a part of our snap pages.
MR. RILEY, who did all the real photographic work, producing the senior
pictures and the group photos.
Our Salesmen, JUDY HOY, MARIA PUCKETT, GWEN SWITZER,
MARYISABELLE MOORE, BOB HALSTEAD, FRED HERRING, RALPH
PETRIE, and CHUCK BURGESS. Chuck, incidentally, was our leading salesmen.
SHIRLEY GREER, who helped with writeups, and dug up statistics for us.
MISS MOSELY'S FRESHMEN, who did some odd jobs, including ruling
our dummy sheets.
SONJA ZLAB, who designed the May Day page.
MR. SORICK, who was always available for information.
ISABEL GILL, who was also handy for reference.
MRS. PAUL and the journalism department, who gave us fine co-operation.
BUSHONG'S, who worked under the terrific handicap of our late copy.
WALLACE'S VARIETY, who unknowingly contributed a few small items
to the cause.
BOB HALSTED, who helped with the ads.
MISS MOSELY, who, as adviser, put up with us, and helped us so much.
Our biggest thanks are reserved for her.
-SHIRLEY RYALS and BILL WALLACE
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