North Bend High School - Hesperia Yearbook (North Bend, OR)

 - Class of 1947

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V111 , r 4, gf ' f .1 1947 HEEPERIA Zark To one who has attended North Bend Hlgh School falthfully and regularly for the past two years to one who IS seelcmg hxs eclucanon by means of unusual efforts on hrs part and that of h1s home to one who has achieved and mamtamecl gracles ln the upper thlrd of hxs class to one who has contrlbuted generously to the orxgmal A11 of this yearbook ln appreclatxon and commendatlon for the pos sessor of such a splrlt me dedxcate thls twenty seventh eclxtxon of the Hesperra to Craig Danielson a Sophomore at North Bend Hlgh May you ancl all students at North Bencl Hmgh who s orlc over tune or sacrxfxce to gam then educa mon early realize that a broad Educatlon for all peoples IS the only path to a World at Peace UEUIEWIUN '91, We pause m lovmg memory o Theodore Roberon Hfho recently paired from among ur 1947 HESPERIA np :I ' I HESPERIA CI-IAIRMEN AND SALESMEN Left to nght Fnrst Row Marlon johnson Mlss Beyler Don Jefferson Second Row Loxs Auer john Patton Barbara Bourns Cloclcwxse-Maxme McDuffee John Kerns Betty Paul son Lanny Boone Maqone Young Delores Hargens Duane Peterson Ronald Russell Marjone Moore Carole Burger Garland Fry Donna Carole Anderson Amold Berlage Mar lone Cam I Inset Rlghr Pat Foley Left erry Pame 1947 HESPERIA L L HESPERIA STAFF Left to Rnght Fnrst Row-Cralg Damelson Slurley Krambeal Betty Karavanrc Delores Hargens Monk Fry Loxs Auer Barbara Bourns Marlon Johnson Don efferson ohn Patton Barbara Pasquan Betty Paulson Miss Byler Second Row Dorothy DeFreese Mary Pennlngton Lounse Parks Francls Margery Moore Dorothy Moore Carole Burger anet Hart Pat Foley Margery Young Margery Campbell Thlrd row Bert Long Larry Slagle Bob Hugh Kexth Krambeal Jerry Paine Boag, Ken Hess Arnold Berlage Ronald Russell Advlsor-Cecelia M Beyl Edxtor Marlon ohnson Ass1stantEd.ttor Lois Auer Ass1stantEd1t0t'-Barbara Bourns Busmess Manager Don jefferson Assmstant Manager john Patton Marjone Moore Duane Peterson Delores Hargens Marjorie Young Carole Burger Garland Fry Sports Edxtor-Garland Fry Football Basketball Garland Fry Tenms Theron Northrop Track Bob Hugh Int amurals Glrls Janet Hart Boys Kenneth Hess Lxterany Maxme McDuff1e fMoorej Prophecy Maxme McDu.ff1e Charlotte Watson Calendar Lols Auer Shirley Krambeal Hxstory Barbara Bourns Betty Karavanlch Wdl Mary Pennmgton, jim Boag Speclal Artlcles Donna Anderson John Ketns erry Pame Louise Parks Art Marjorie Campbell Fem Lyon Craxg Dannelson Keith Vmllarcl Dorothy DeFreese Art Department Bert Long Betty Paulson Larry Slagle jerry Pame MUSIC Advanced Band Arnold Berlage Begumers Band Laura Betterton Vocal Donna Anderson Boys Double uartet Kexth Krambeal Gxrls Glee- oyce Carver Gxrls Freshmen Glee Francxs Duryee Clubs Pat Foley Fxre Squad Don Mrlls Publxc Speakmg Lanny Boone Annual Salesmen Fred Owens Lola Bowman Frank Matson Dorothy Moore Carlalee Barmettlor Duane Peterson Ronald Russell Carole Burger Laura Lee Cutllp Marjorie Moore Pat Foley . 2 . . . , . , , h, 2 1 n s 1 J v J , , 1 ' - , , , Duryee, Y , 7 J , 7 7 . "' 1 7 3 ' 9 I 5 7 5 ' ' ' . er ' ' -' , - J J ' , ' -' 1 A . I 7 v 7 7 1' a Advertising Salesmen-Ron Russell, Photography QSnapsj-Barbara Pasquan, . . I 7 Y 7 , , - - -V Y ' 7 r , - . - . . A nd , , if ,711 ' ' Y l ! Q Cl Yl.- ' ' 1 7 Y ta r n - ' ' ' "" 3 1 9 cl - 111. - - ' ,aff Lwkomf Lf :mg L L El f 21 2 v -f' fy ' fkzg. zfl wfl acfaiu I 1947 HEESPERIA A l l SCHOOL BOARD DISTRICT 13 NORTH BEND OREGON Seated from Left Supermtendent L W Tumbull Ernest Frye Standmg Ernest Grant Berne Andrews Ivan Neely Fred Kruse The members of the school board contmue eamestly ln thelr plans for the schoo North Bend whnch have had a marked increase m enrollment and actxvxues ls BAND QQEMQ MQW 6' ,swf Wx.. 'I' Xba- W 913 1947 HESPERIA .AL..... L W TURNBULL Supermtcndent of Schools U of Mmn B A LJ of Ore M A MARGARET BARCLAY IMHOFF LYLE RIGG5 D of Girls Prlnclpal of High School U of wah 0 5 C B Stanford B A Q " 'gi ,uf 3-Aga-3 I ,K ,ISV . ,A .. .X . -'35, E I X J b A , f ', -, f -, ,' , P. gf 7- my-fg A --,-,, x . ., . . . . ., . S. , . . 1947 HESPERIA N FLORENCE ADAMS Hxeiory Journalmm L Paclflc U B A FRANK SHRIVER Socml Sclence Paclhc U B A RUTH V BETTERTON English Gooding College Idaho Willamelie U Colorado U xbrary i CECELIA MAE BEYLER IRLENE ATHEY English Speech Educ D U of Utah Worzxster Tchs Coll U of Oregon GLADYS NOLLNER Pub Health Nurse FRED SCHEPMAN Mathematics 0 S B Vocal Music Oregon College of Educ. LEO J HOWLEY Musnc Band Slate Tchrs Coll B A. Bexmdn Minn MABLE JURGENS Hntory English PlBlflC University B A. U of Montana de AS, I l 1 1 v I O Q' ,r .fn .I " 14 M .gf 5 ! 1 3 , 4 I, Jai v. 1 3 0 ' , 5' . I I ,L I K' , A I 1' ' ' P. E. - ' - ' . . .c., .s. " - ' 1947 HESPERIA VICTOR L ADAMS VERA A NORTON VERNON A, JOHNSON Athlehcs Scxence Science Math P E Shop acnfuc U B U of ldaho B S M S Minot N D Shia Teachers College B A. U ol N Dall. FLORENCE 1RU5Cl-lj ROSE Glrs P E U of Wisconsin U ol low: U of Wyo ECHO P SCHEPMAN BENJAMIN B BENZEL Home E Cafeteria Manual Art! Shop C Dickinson N Dall. B A S NINA LYON Greeley Colo Secy to Sup! Turnbull M A-C 5 C E U ol Mon! JEAN HAGA Secy to Prin Lyle Rlggl LAWRENCE M LANDRITH BARBARA U1-ERY Commfcill Secy to Prm Lyle Rlggl 0 S C U of Wish B S l . .. L' .iff ..s. . , .. .1 . T. ,Cry .- o.s. .,B.s. , . " ' ' . .-D. .'r.c. I 1947 HESPERIA l 'Q STUDENT BODY OFFICERS Q 4 Arnold Berlage Presrdent Harry Hardcastle Vrce Presxdent Fern Lyon Secretary Dorothy DeFreese Treasurer Class representatives this year are Freshmen joe Pennington Sophomore Cecil Bessey unlor Bob Hugh Semor Rxchard Buchanan The Student Councll takes care of all school affanrs such as grvmg certain classes or clubs the right to put on assemblies At the first of the year a calendar IS drawn up 5 as dances specral sales Semor Ball uruor J Prom N3flOh3lA5SCmbl1CS Mothers Teas etc STUDENT CDUNCIL Seated from left to rrghr Mr Rrggs Fern Lyon Arnold Berlage Dorothy DeFreese Whxtey Hardcastle Standmg joe Pennmgton, Bob Hugh, Buck Bachanan :I r - - I . . X - n - . u . , J . - - - - . f ' S ' . . l Q 4 l which sets the dates of s ecral events such 51" . P . . Alllll 5 3 Y ' 1947 HESPERIA GIRLS LEAGUE OFFICERS President ---- Barbara Boums Vice-President - - - Mary Pennington Secretary --.- . Joyce Carver Treasurer ------ Pat Foley Representatives: Juanita Combs-Freshman Margaret Timothy-Sophomore Donna Anderson-Junior Lois Auer-Senior iq 9k5'31Qa',iS The Girls League, advised by Mrs. Im- hoff, Dean of Girls, is a very active organi- zation in North Bend Hi. This club includes all the girls in N. B. H. S. The main function of the Girls' League is the annual Mothers' Tea, which is held each May in the The theme this year was a "Chinese Tea Garden," which was carried out very effectively. The mothers of all students in school are invited to this affair The St Patricks Dance which the League sponsored March 14 was quite a success GIRLS LEAGUE COUNCIL Mrs Imhoff Second Row Lois Auer Donna Anderson Margaret Timothy Juanita Combs a i - Left to Right: First Row-Joyce Carver, Pat Foley, Barbara Boum.s, Mary Pennington, QI s , , 5, - -- ' - ,H L, iv 'Nw W What'- 1 Jia , V ,r w' A x F72 . 5.444- . .... V . 1 H ' usd' 'P . 3. ,1- in ' ,Q ,,,,,....-,..Q..,,I's.--A-V 1 Q' 4 1 A41 3 LESS C.. Xi s?N - K , U 1 C . ' , f e w +541 K H sq I 1 Iii SENNUQ MUUU Us f f fl, ffioufjg ffgs f Zia Zczfjyscln I 1947 HESFJERIA . 1 n o 1 HLNHLH U? fl E EvH5WWM 'Q I Presndent Vxce Presldent Carole Burger Paul Rose Secretary Betty Knnvanxch Treasurer Jw1H1s- 1 , if 'q , 4 3 I -8 ,P lv ,A 4 do a Owev S A- g,,.,,,. 0 IFAOJ 1 6 I KU' si- H1 50 'Savvy fre cd 1947 HESPERIA WATSON BARBARA BOURNS DON JEFFERSON MARJORIE CAMPBELL May Queen Valedxctorxan Salutatonan Certificate 0 Award D A R Award Wmner Scholastic Art Award: Exlnbxt nn Portland QUEEN AND COURT FOR MAY DAY FESTIVAL Selected to rule over the Business and Professional Womms May Festival is Queen Charlotte Wawon of North Bend, seated at left. By her side is the maid of honor Donna Christopherson, Coos Bay. Standing are the others in the Queens court, from left jan Haga North Bend' Barbara Dillon Coos Bay' Dorothy DeFreese Noah Bond, and AM smith, Coos Bay. ll , 'B ,A xi Q Football 1 2 3 4 Basketball pt N W Presxdent 4 Bulldog Barker 2 S r s Ed Barker 1 2 3 d.1tor Barker' 4 Cl-ass Pres 12 Sr Class Play 4 Track 2 3 Jr Prom Com 4 Fnre Squad 3 4 Knnghts 1 2 3 4 Sports Ed nual 2 4 Annual Ads Sales m n 4 Glee Club 1 2 3 Double Quanette 3 LAURA LEE CUTLIP Mothers T a. Com 1 4 Kmghts 1 4 Gtrll I t resh Pr Transfer to Portland 2 3 A S 4 Com for Ball 4 Bus and Advex Ni r of Sr Play 4 er ror Team Dance Commit tee Hospxtal Work S hrs Glee Club 2 3 Sop more Patrxotxc Play Shep herd mn Watxvlty Mo txon Plcture Committee DOROTHY RICHARD QBUCKQ DeFREESE Bulldog Barker 12 Asst Ed Bulldog Barker 3 Art Editor Bulldog Barker 4 'xlothers Tea Com 1 2 3 4 Barker Bulletm Art Ed 2 Gxrls League Councxl J Rep 3 Ir Sr Prom Com 3 Sr Ball Com 4 Annual Staff 4 It St Body Dance Com 4 St Body Treas 4 BUCHANAN Football 1 2 3 4 Capt 4 1 2 3 4 Tra 2 3 4 Boosters 2 3 Student Council 1 3 4 V Presxdent St B 3 GARLAND FRY JOANNA GLINES BOBBY ERWIN Transfer :rom Nlarslflfleld r 1234 r Sr Pr Com 3 PATRICK R BLONDELL Basketball 1 2 3 4 Fxre Squad 4 JOHN BROWN lntr 3 Basketball 4 CLARA MAE DUFFY Transfer from Salem JEAN 1-IAGA lmr 1 2 3 4 Tennis C ee Llub 1 Mothers Tea m 4 H A 1 A Q 'rn 5 3 H A S Pres 4 Bulldog Bark er Reporter 123 Bulldog Barker T plst 4 Bulldog Barker ea ure Ed Qunll and Scmll 4 Jr S rom C m 3 Sr a Com 4 Sr Executwe Com ur Class Treas 4 r Plav Cast 4 Annual Staff Z 3 LOIS AUER BILL BELLAH BARBARA BOURNS ARNOLD BERLAGE Tran lerred from Calif 3 S B Play Cast 3 sh ererte Bacc 3 Jr Prom om 3 In r 3 Son Queen 4 Ass t Ed Hes perra 4 Boosters 4 Treas 1 Sr Ball Com 4 Usher e e Sr ay 4 xr S I eapzue Council 4 Soclety If l Bulldog Barker Xfr hers Tea Com Jtball l 2 3 4 Bas e balll734 GleeClubl23 Fr Soph Receptron Com 7 hnxghls 34 V Pres Pres 4 Ir Sr Prom Com B C m O Il 3 4 Pre 4 Fre Squad Boosters I 2 3 4 Grr s League Sec 3 Pres 4 H Pres Student Body Play Staff 3 3 Sr Play 4 Soph Trrp le Trlo 2 Mothers Tea Com 2 3 4 Torch Honor 2 Natxonal Honor Society 3 4 Song Queen 3 4 Ush erette St B Play 2 Ush erette Sr Play 3 Usherette G ad 3 Asst Ed es perra 4 Hesperra Staff 3 Grandstand Bond Com 3 Jr Prom Com 3 Sr Ball om 4 D A R Ca 4 ienette 3 Crrls Glee nh l 2 3 r DARLISS BROWN JIM BOAG MARJORIE Mothers Tea Com 12 3 4 Transfer from Tlgard 3 Jr Prom Com 3 Sr Ball nm CAROLE BURGER LAN NY BOONE rghts 1 2 3 4 H A ee Cu Intr 1 2 3 4 Mothers Tea om Usherette G ad 2 3 Torch Honor 3 Natxonal Honor So cxety 4 Fr Soph Party 2 Sextette 3 4 Grandstand llond Com 3 Jr Prom C m 3 B1 Lxttle Sister Party 3 4 sherette St B P y 3 Sr Class Pres 4 Hesperxa Staff 4 Sr Ex ecutlve Com 4 Sr Play 4 S Bal Com Halloween Dance Com 4 Fr Sr Receptlon 4 GEORGE Brzoww an pa dv 09" Transferred from Portland Inr 1234 Stuent Body Play 2 3 Fire Squad l4 r Class N Presr ent asketball 3 Football 4 jr Prom Com 3 Ra duo ACIIVIIY 4 CAMPBELL Transferred from Gresham 1 Cgee Club 2 3 4 E A. Fr Soph Party 2 In tramural 2 3 4 Mothers Tea Com 2 3 4 Annual Staff 2 3 4 Poster Com for S B Play 2 3 Poster Com fo Sr Pla Iomt S B Dance om 3 extette 3 4 Sadne Haw ms Dance om 3 Sr Ball Com 4 Poster om Spofta Carnival 4 Fr Sr Recep Com 4 Ir Prom Com 3 Sr Play 4 Hallow een Dane 4 Entertainment Com H. A. S. Dance 4 'lvl pi , 2 All ' Semor Ball Ent Com 4 Hungry Fxve 4 Band 12 34 Capt 4 Torch Honor 2 National Honor Socxety 34 V Pres Iwat Honor Soc 3 Orchestra 24 I Class Pres 3 Student Bod Pres 4 Heapena Stal 34 It St B Dance Com 2 Bulldog Barker 2 Band Festxval and Con cert 2 3 4 Band Concert l Band Untiorm Dnva 2 Band Award 2 Band Let ter 2 Student Council 4 Intramurals 4 Team Capt 4 Pep Band 4 Concert at Xshland 4 lvl skill PAT PIERCE Torch Honor I Knights 2 3 4 Sec Trea Km ht: 3 4 Mothers Tea m 34 r Sr Prom Com 3 Bull og Barker 4 Song ueen 4 Sr Ball Com 4 r Class Play 4 Intr 12 3 Usherette Sr Play 3 sherette Grad 3 MAXINE McDUFFBE qmoonap SH RLEY KRAMBEAL Gxrls Glee Club 1 2 3 Sex tene 134 Lxbrarian 1 Intr 1234 Torch Hon or 12 Bulldog Barker 4 Au! Ed 4 an Ed ulldog Bullatm 2 J! St B Dance Com 2, C A P 2 Mothnrl aa Com 34 Soc Pu c Speakln Clan 4 St Di r or r Play 4 U h to Sr Pla 3 G L Song Queen! adlo Speak ln' J DON MILBURN Kn lm 1234 Sec F Mothers To 23 Bull IMH31 B sand do num as Glu Club 2 Annual 4 BETTY KARAVAN ICH Glrs Glee Clb 1234 Intr 1 2 Torch Honor 2 3 4 H A S 2 3 4 Mot s Tea Com 2 3 4 Soph Triple Trio 2 Usherette Grad 2 3 Usherette Sr Play 3 Boost ers 34 Treas 3 Jr Class S c 3 Sr Class SCC 4 Son Queen 3 4 Hesperia Sta 3 4 r Prom Com 3 Sr Ball m 4 Sextette 34 Fr Sr Reception 4 Sr Dance Com 4 BERT LONG Translerred from Molalla 2 Track 23 Intr 234 Ir Prom Com 3 Heapcrla Sta 34 ROBERT LEE Jr 1?rorg1nCogx 3 fociball 3 1 oya x rolls as F11 Com 4 Jumor Varsxty 4 JOYCE LANDRITH Glee Club 12 3 4 Major 81181524 Scxtena 2 I 4 l' 234 G L cmmmu Pla 2 Horuahoe Touru A P C 3 er Tea Com 3 4 Sr Prom Com 3 Sr H l loween Dance Com 4, S R cl 4 S 11 elm 'fwsfu dm: Play Can 4 nvuuzjonzs Moons 9'2'.?.'2'L '1o'il22.2l2J.5 From Nabrukal Ins 24 A P C 3 Moe Tea Com 3 4 Radlo Actlv ny 4 Annual Salaaman 4 DON MILLS A Squad Baalmball I r V Praaldml Fr :gas 1 T:-eu honors an 2 Football 334 Boost 8 12 3 4 0 N 3 4 92" '?-.""'.3 ?l"f.'2" t. 5:21. s ld 4' af NORTHROP "B Squad Basketball 1-2 Glee Club 1-2-3 Football 2-3-4, Freshman-Soph R - c tion 2, J. S. Prom Com. 3 Jr. Varsity 4 Sr. Ball Com. 4, Annual Stall 4 Fire Squad 4. DUAN E PETERSON r 2 3 as ke: all 12 A Squad Basketball 3 4 Track 2 3 4 B 3 4 Annua Salesman 4 Sr Ball Com 4 Jr Prom Com 3 PAUL ROSE uad 12 Glee Club 1 2 3 oys Dbl Quartet 3 Football 3 4 A Squad Basketball3 4 Ir Sr Prom Com 3 Fr Sr Reception Com 4 Radio Activity 4 Senior Pla Cast 4 Se mor Ball om Chairman 4 Student Librarian 4 0 NI B 3 4 Sec Tren. 4 Fire Squad 3 4 Tennis 3 4 Jr Sr Prom Com Chair m n 3 N President Sr Class 4 Sr Class Exec uttve Com 4 Halloween Dance Com 4 It St B Dance Com 2 Intr 12 KENNETH STOBIE Transferred from Cali! 3 Football 3 4 Basketball 4 0 N B 4 Fire Sq 4 Boosters 4 Sr Execu we Com 4 Intr Boys Glee Club 3 4 Sec 4 Teams 34 Gen Chairman Sr Ball 4 Sr Play Staff 4 Halloween Dance Com. 4 Radio Activity 4 McCOLLEY Intr. I-2-3-4 Mothers' Tea Com. 1-2-3-4 Capt. as- ketball Team 2, C t. of Volleyball Team 3 . . S. 2-3-4 V. President 4 Ir. Prom Com. Chairman , Big Little Sister. Party 3-4 Fr. Sr. Reception 4 . R Com, 4, H. A. . Sports Carnival 4. MARY GORDON PENNINGTON Bulldog Barker 12 Ma G ettellcf H A. SQ!! ll' 5 gut CCD 2 Mothers Teioam If L V President 4 C. A. P C 3 r Prom Com 3 Hesperia taff 4 EILEEN RICHARDS Glee Club 12 3 4 Sr Play Staff 4 Us THERON MARGARET L. JOHN PATTON MARY MOORE Jr. Class Treasurer 3 Hes- H. A S. 2-3-4 Torch Hon pegia Staff 4 Torch Honor 2.3.4 Girls' 2' -4. - -3-4 tr. - - SHIRLEY KASPERSON Torch Hizor 1 2 Glee Club 12 3 4 Mothers Tea Com 12 Boosters 234 r 12 3 H A. S 2 St Council 2 Triple Trxo 2 4 Song Queen 3 Usher Qette Sr Pla 3 Usherette Graduattou er ea Com. 3 'K 'Z ntr 2 apt of A IQ Q NANCY JOHNSON In r 1 2 3 4 Glee ub I 2 3 4 Bulldog Barker 1 A. 2 3 4 Mothers Tea Com 4 G Councrl 2 G L Treas 3 Usherette Grad 2 Torch Honor 2 3 National Honor Socnety 4 Sr Ball Com 4 Ir Prom Com 3 Ush e e S Play 4 Fr r Receptxon 4 Sr Executive Com 4 H A S Sports Carmval Com 4 DON LASATER DON JEFFERSON Torch Honor l 2 3 N tional Honor Socxety 4 Student Body Play 3 Sr Play 4 Busmess Manager A nual 4 C A P C 2 Radxo 4 MILTON LADD Imr 34 Turnblmg 1 Track 3 SENIOR COLORS 2 Football 34 Basketball Cnmron and Whzte Transferred from Gresham 4 Int CHARLOTTE FRED WILHELM S ec X N, 1 art excl Hon l anbferreu fm Nlx l Sian C3 K m Fotballl2340'fNB -1 F re Squad 4 Glee Club NI A Sq g ua P A System Operatorl 7 3 4 Cap! of All Stars Hasketballj 4 Bulldog rker 4 C A Basketball 2 'D SENIOR FLOWER Red Rosebud: and Whxtc Gardenia: SENIOR MOTIU Clzmb Though The Rocks Be Rugg d Gleason Groven, joe Lang Ruth Senter not plctured cndorfer, Peggy Lee and SHIRLEY JO WILSON Glee Club 123 Band l 23 4 Pep Band 4 Cai eterra Cashier 3 4Mo!hers Tea Com 3 DEIDRES HARGENS Glee Club I-2-3, Bonds and Stem s 1, Girls Intr. 1-2-3, Knigifu 2-3-4 H. A. S. 2-3-4 'rfigxe 'ffio 2, nom- ers' ,Tea om. 3, Usherette Bacc. 3, Sr. Ball Com. 4, Prod. Staff for Sr. Play 4. MARION JOHNSON Transfe 2. St. B. Pl 3, Ed. Hesperia 4, Bugfdog Barker 4, Sr. Bell Com. 4 Usherette S. Play 4. ROD HOLDEN DONNA HAZZARD MARVIN HOWLEY B. Squad 1-2 Football 3 JOAN THULIN BRUCE TOTTEN T f d f B ll Transferred from Rogue qQ1,'1jf,fQ' 'Om ' 'vu' River 3 Adv Band 3 4 BILL STOUT JOY THOMAS Yell Leader 4, Boosters 4. glrglhtfg' gILeaBCo5:. 1, gr. U1 1 . . ance . I Transfer from Marshfield 3, Usherette Bacc. 3, Usher- ette Class Ni ht 3, Co- Chairman Sr. gall 4, Fr. Sr. Reception 4, Sr. Dance Com. 4, Intr. 4, Sr.. Play Staff 4. Intramurals 1-2-3-4, Band 1-2-3-4, Lt. 4, Glee Club 1-3, .Band Concert 1, Band Festival and Concert 2-3-4, Band Uniform Drive 2, Band Awards 2, Orchestre 2-4, Bulldog Barker 2 Ill- nior Varsity 4, "B" uld 2, C. A. P. C. 2, Band t- ter 2, Concert at Ashland 4 Pep Band 4, Senior mil Com. 4, Record Com. 4 Radio 4. 1947 HESPERIA C7 JACK KFRNS CARL WALTER RICHARDS P Nt Club 4 Boost Vt Cl b Sgt tAr e 1:52 3 2 5 F re Squad 3 4 Agrriy 2 grs a ms Semor Pla Cast 4 Vets ftgotbgxll 253, h Basketball Club 4 VY Prenden! 4 p ass n lNay3Yrs r NIZVIBMO EDWARD ERWIN DOUIS GEORGE DOLEZAL LANGENDOERFER I Xr 6 Nio Nier Marme N y 3 Xeas I r 1 2 3 Glee Club 1 es Clu 4 Treas 4 Sennor Ball Com 4 Bull dog Barker 4 Navy 3 Years Ezghteen veterans rangmg ln age from 18 to 28 have attended classes at North Bend Hugh School thus year The more dxffxcult mathematics and scleuce classes or shopworlc courses have been therr usual cholces of flelds Howeser they have attended classes on an equal basls w1th other students Four of these student veterans have completed suffxclent credxts at the end of the fnrst semester january 17 to graduate wxth the 1947 class tn May Older than the other students the vets have banded together and formed then' own soclal club .fy Y , r M Al as 6 ij? X r is F1 W Q , A 4 l . r A- - , i l - , . l . Y ' 1 Q I l - ec. 2, V - - - Itr.'..'v .Sev- ' V ' - :ce ' '. . . , . . ' . fav ' r. EH . - - , e, X' tl. b , . , . , - . . r , , . 7 ,v.,.,.v.,.v.v.,w.,.v.-.v.v.,.,.,.,v.v.v.v.-.-.,.v.V.,.,.v.,.,.v.,.-.,.'.,.,.va.,.,.,.v.,-,-.-,-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.NAAN-.-.-.-.-.x-v-.-.-.-vvvv 1947 HESPERIA MERLE WILSON LEONARD SMITH JOHN I-IANSEN Footba!ll23ONB23 N y3Years Nayl8Mo. Basketball 1 2 3 F1 e Squad 3 Hx Y 3 V Pres :dent 3 Army 11,4 Y s Servce. FRANCIS JOHN BOB SEPICH WILLIAM MOORE HOFFMAN B Squad 12 Na y 2 Squad A ugd B sketb Il 4 I Yr er h tMa ne Kmght 3 'Va y 2 rs Sq ad. Basketball 12 Fire VETERANS CLUB Presndenr John hm.,-5 Secretary Treasurer Louls Langendoeffq- Vnce President Carl Schneemayer Sergeant at Arms Walgq Rlchamls 2 r , I Q 43' fi -U :K I , - X I I 4- - - , . . . '- , fav . v . ' ' ' r ' ,Y . , A ri , i . ' s 1-2- -4, y "B" . v Y . . - , .' v Yrs. u 3.4, H " A Sq a a , . M - c an ri . 1947 HEEPERIA NBHS Dear Dlary We fmally made xtl Htgh School at last' Today September 3 1943 we entered Worth Bend H1gh School known to some as Pony Slough Pr1son Elected to lead the future class of 47 was Garland Monk Fry to help hrm Laurle Cutllp was chosen Don Mllls keeper of the minutes and collector of the dues was Don Mxlburn To voxce our opmxon on the Student COLlHCll Buck Buchanan was our cholce Monk and Buck both made thexr football letters and Monk made h1s basketball letter As Freshmen we thought thls pretty good Dear Dlary Another certaua September day rolls d as we agam enter the 1vy covered bulld ln overloolung the bay Thxs year to run our 47 class we elected as usual Monk Fry oresldent vltepresldent was our Charleston flshemaan Don M1115 as secretary another Cl a leston boy Bud Metcalf Buck Buchanan was treasurer th1s year and on the Student Councrl Shrrley Kasperson Once more oux class brought forth lettermen Monk Buck and Don M1115 made letters rn football and Monk mad hls let er rn 'asketball agam Dunn? he fall of the year we gave a receptxon for the Freshmen class whlch proved o lf a great success Dear D1ary Here we are again Dlfferent tmae same tltce lut upperclassmen now Th1S year e had a successful r Sr Prom Mxdmght fantasy laemg the theme Remember that alue cheesecloth'7 ohnson nd Bourns were elected to the Glrls League Councnl Shirley Kasperson Betty Kara amch and Barbara Bourns helped lead the songs at the football and basketball games RWE-ll ntver forget the Knlght and Booster party when Shlrlev broke her collar bone alaymg football of all thmgs The yoxce of the class dunng 19451946 was Arnold Berlage HIS pal lanny Boone as lass able asslstant The mlnutes were wrltten by Betty Karayanlch ohn Patton dld wt l po f llectmg the dou la ean Haga took our problems to the Student Councll lm cl w s the Vice lresldent of the Student Bodv , , . 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' ' R ' 1 .NV-wAANw-AA--,A,- fA, -,,VV1,,,1,Nf,,.fc,-1,Vc,,,-,a,t,N- f.,c,c,.,1fc,,, ,tf.,fVxA, , 1947 HESPERIA NBHS Dear Diary Today we enrolled rn good old North Bend Hlgh School for the last trme QI hope ust thm we have finally reached that goal XVe are Semors at last Out of the class of 74 there are 8 students that started the frrst grade together 12 long years ago and are txll members of our class Carole Burger was elected to the d1ff1cult job of bemg Presrdent of the Senior Clas Paul Rose was chosen as Vxce Presxdent and Betty Karavamch to wrxte the mmutes To pay the brlls and collect the dues ean Haga was glven the task XVe learned all the news through Buck Buchanan who represented us m Student Councxl The flrst weelt of school was a gala affalr XVe really gave those poor Freshmen an rn1t1at1on they wont forget The only problem. as that the Semors suffered as much as the Prosh fOh what a mes tha cold cream and dustmg powder was But we made up for the awful deeds we commxtted durmg Freshmen y eelc by wmdmg lf up wxth the successful rreshmenSen1or Receptron INo hard feelxnos r-ow huh Frosh'7 Oh yes drary remember on that tall mght y hen football season got off to a good ,start w1th Amold Berlage our Student Body Presxdent dedlcatrng our new grandstand Vlany of our gr1d heroes earned thexr first preclous IN B s thls year Oh that smell of hoe pohsh Two of the proudes football lettermen were Monk Fry and B111 Bellah who aaade all county halfbaclt and center respectxvely Drarv th1s brlngs us around to the play Almost Summer presented by our class We dldnt really ltnow there were so many Hams ln our class fhuh Fry ln basket all y e placed econd wxth Nlonlx Fry hlgh scorer and Paul Rose also on all ounty team Bob Sep1ch rated cen rr on the second team Barbara Bourns wmner of the D A R aw ard was outstandmg as our valedlctorlan wrth Don efferson brmgmg up a close second as salutatornan In the sprmg we were busy preparmg for Class Nrghc Baccalaureate Slcxp Day and Commencement whrch wxll be long remembered as we lools back at our happy lugh school days at North Bend SAA, ,,-fmxa,,a,ea-eu.A-ea,-. a.exa,VcxMVe awww ,a,aA,Na,c,eaa,vt,e, ,vt,ea,,xAA,vVVVVea,Vva,,a.vvxA,VVvt,a r I Y v . . . 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He s stxll argulng m Soclal Econ about the brrlhant plan he had Mary Moore the qulet undecldecl gurl Is modelmg at the R1v1erra and reallv has the would be s ln a whlrl Leonard Smxth stlll has his Ford but can t get gas or kerosene He drove up here from Texas on PHFIS Green Now there s Bobby Erwm who used to sneak out of shop He s teacbmg others not to sneak because hes now a cop Garland Fry whose amb1t1on was to be a Fxsherman and go to sea Is now wrxtlng a sequel to the Seventh Symphony Barbara Boums who used to be so small Has taken some pllls a la lohnson and she now just sults them all Marjone Campbell who used to pme away her tlme on art Is studymg to be an actress and to get a sultry thrilling part Pmky Groven who thought school was such a bore Has puhhshed 1 book called English Is No More Darhss Brown who got to school about at nme Is stxll revnewmg Enghsh mth Xvfal er ID College both are gettmg along fme Doro hy DeFreese our Student Body treasurer of the mob she was qulte fond Even now we see her in the lofflce maklng out checks for those bonds Lauralee Cuthp whose ambltlon was to be a farmer Does not use horses or tractors she plants her flelds wlth a hel1copter George Dalezal who worked hard and IS now a dlesel engineer Has mvented a car vou don t have to steer To get Betty Karavannch here tomght we practlcally had to carry her Shes been trymg to capture a vouno man to marry her Remember the two seats that were always occupied ln study hall? Well they still are and by Shxrley Krambeal and Paul When xt came to men Shirley Kasperson always put her foot down But look at her now shes secretary of Boys Town LOUIS Langendoerfer should have been 1 l wver because he always had so much to say But he s a cowboy now and owns a ranch down Mexico way ean Haga IS drlvmg truck for the Smgmg Trumpet Mxlk Company And of course you all know who the owner of the ranch IS thats rlght lVlarv1n Hawley Kenneth Stoble who thought anvone who worked for a living must be insane- He became a mllllonalre workmg on the green cham Bxll Stout and Jxm Boag went ahead wxth the1r tenms careers They go to the Olympics Yes every four years Q . . . . AANNAA, , wa sa lr as "Of- ' . 9 9 9 ' - - 3 X . . . . ,l 9 : a 1 s s 9 1 9 . . . . , 9 ' 7 Q 1 a .Q . . , 1 Q , . . , . . . , , - . I, . J J , , A , , . J , , . . , , . , . , . . . . . . a 1 7 . . . , . . 7 , ' ' . . . , 7 7 , . , . 7 7 a - 9 , , . . 5 7 7 . P , I a . 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Y . . . , s 7 me PHUPHEEY Theron Northrop IS traveltng the country wlde 'Ihe demand for h1s speakmg abthty comes near to a landsltde oyce Landrxth has an agency and 15 modeling mens clothes Her most 1mportant cltents are the North Bend and Coos Bay oes Elleen Rlchards the t1n1est of them all Is still trytng to fund some sc1ent1f1c way to outdo us all Bruce Totten and Don Mnlbum combmed for a musxcal and radxo career They are now called the Bumblmg Bumble bees 'Vltlton Ladd IS stlll around he works nn an OIIICC and answers the phone Whxle Charlotte Watson watts for htm at home Don Mills whose amb1t1on you remember was to be a college boy But he decided to travel abroad and be a VICCYOY Ronald Hams ts champlon track runner of th1s state He used to run errands for the Off1CC gxrls to them he was first rate oanna Glmes has a rabblt farm and makes money sellmg furs She can still be seen wlth Joy Thomas who drxves her delivery truck for her Bert Long and Duane Peterson w1th nothmg else to do Are searchmg for gold ln Pony Slough Margery Nloore ts stnll around and s dr1v1ng a model A Ford With a slgn that says At last tacked on the runnmg board Pat Pierce has bought out the Log Cabin Bakery It IS now called Adam Has em Confectxonery Vlargaret NlcColley and Don Lasater have published a book for the blm Ir has hlank pages they thought If mlght develop the soul and mlnd ohnny Hoffman xs 1n the offxce and sits ln the prmctpal s chalr Hes walttng for one of the Off1CC gxrls to see nf h1s credlts are there Yes' Theylwere there Donna Hazzard has bought and rebu1lt Sacchl s Confectionery It as now called Donna s Retreat she sells 1ce cream bars two for a penny Fred Wtlhelm has a gas statlon ln Empire called Wxlhelm s Wh1SPdlhg Wonder and Gas ohn Pa ton ts he wonder and tells jokes to the customers that pass Sh1rley Wxlson IS teachmv Social Econ her students are never late I guess she couldnt bear to leave Room 8 Delores Hargeas IS a uccessful wrxter of fortune and fame l ler wr1t1ng became so popular she had to change her name Poor Roloert Lee trudges up and dowaa the streets every single day XV1th a pack of mall there must be an easler way Rod Holden xs stlll enrolled tn Auto shop trymg to create a Ford of his dreams Wfhlle Bob Septch has surpnsed us all by workmg toward the varslty teams Clara Duffy w1th quiet srmple ways Is now a dancer m Austraha and has all the people 1n a daze Iohn Kems who always had tdeas and plans so new Is owner nd operator of a G I Rendezvous on Sherman Avenue Marv Pennmrtton and lohn Hanson are runmng a second hand store Ir IS called Hanson s Hand me down what you want for a penny no more V Carl Sc' neemaver IS runnmo for Governor and ns sure to wm On the side lme he wntes fo that popular magazlne called Gory Gruesome and Grlm loan Thulin wanted so much to go to a glrls college wltlaout fall But the poor gurl xs studying like mad at Yale Merle XVllSOh and Edward Erwm are selhng and truckmg wlth very great fame I' or Standard ot New lersev m thelr own dear name Peggy Lee took to law and argumg some Qmce Louis turned cowboy and left the courts all so glum joe Langendoerfer 15 naanagmg a chain Not of metal or dalsxes but of grocerles ln the mam Well I guess that takes care of all the class of 1947 Thev are all wlth us tonlght m the trlumphant year of l967' Good night evervone and oh' I almost forgot there IS still Maxine McDuffee But she s still a bxt ,ueer sn ace she wrote the 1947 class prophecy MMMA ,MA-,,V.aNN,mMAMNwMN 5 J . . . , 7 ' 7 7 it ' 7' A , 1 ' , 5 K 7 , . 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K A r 1947 HESPERIA Russ Ulm In the name of our Pfl!'1C1Pal Lyle Rxggs ahem we the 1947 class of North Bend hngh school bemg of sounder memory than mmd do hereby wlll our possessions ln the follow mg manner ARTICLE I e Freshmen Our good nature and our studxous attxtude e Sophomores Our abxlxty to sllde through e umors Our poxse and maturxty e Faculty Our reputatlon for bemg the most prominent class to enter North Bend I-hgh School ARTICLE II Barbara Bourns ueath my abxllty to get one s m ysxcs to the girl that takes it next year Delores Hargens wxsh to leave all my COSIDBIIC knowledge fwh1ch can be learned tn a ew slmple lessons to Mary Ann Rose oyce Landnth wlll my baton to my lxttle slster Mary Ann to carry on famxly tradltlon Pat Plerce leave my sense of humor to Miss urgens Carole, Burger bequeath the presndency of the Senlor class to some more patxent soul Laura Lee Cutlnp bequeath my studlous attltudes to Dorothy Moore Shxrlev Wnlson leave for my heart s deslre Marlorle Moore leave to explore the world or should we say Willamette Umverslty Lols Auer bequeath my corny wrnte ups 1n the Bulldog Barker to erry Pame Mary Moore bequeath one frecltle to Pat Wilson Shnrley Kasperson bequeath my lovely smlle to a llttle Freshman by the name of George Rosemeyer oan Thulmg bequeath my :mid manner to Denn1s Tobm oy Thomas bequeath my busy ness to Roya Warnken Shlrley Krambeal wlll all of our Paul s and mme old love songs to Barbara Rxchardson and Bud Brant Charlotte Watson ueath my queen hke manner to next year s May ee Margaret McColley leave wlth the rest of the muggs Nancy Johnson bequeath my mckname to Grace I-Iofer Darlnss Brown Rnchards leave my gratltude to Mrs Schepman for the guxdance she gave me ln her home makmg classes Marjory Cam ell leave m my usual coy manner Dorothy DeFreese wxll my crafty drawing ablllty to Bert Long oanna Glmes bequeath my devout practlces to every one who needs II Donna Hazzard bequeath my personallty to Tommy Manos Bet v Karavamch bequeath my aglllty to next year s song queens Peggy Lee leave Bev Maxwell to Morrxs ansen from now on Mary Pennmgton leave ean Haga leave hopmg that the H A S can gam the Admzratzon of the boys Ruth Senter left my shoes here before I journeyed to Oklahoma Marlon Iohnson bequeath the edltorshxp of The I-Iesperla to someone m the junior c ass as capable as myself Fllene Rxchards bequeath my mnld manner to Dennns Tobm ARTICLE III We staunchly believe that dear old North Bend Hxgh School IS a noble mstltutlon of leammg and for the betterment and comfort of those we leave behmd us we would like but fmd xt lmpossxble to ueath the followmg Entertammg assemblies Overstuffed chairs for the llbrary Blgger lockers A swlmmmg pool Monday as a rest perlod to recuperate from the precedmg week A new set of lokes for the Bulldog Barker Cl'lampl0n5l1lp football and basketball teams A keeper for Ken Stobxe fblonde preferred, By Mary Penmngton and Jxm Boag To th : ' ' . To th : ' ' ' . To th J ' : ' ' . To ch : ' ' ' I, , beq . . , . Ph . . . u 1, , . . . . f I, ,I 7 7 7 ' I. ' , ' J . I, , ' ' ' . I, . , . . n I, . I . . , , . D I, . . , , . . . l I, . , . - . J . . I, , ' ' . L . , . A. . J 1 7 ' . n o ' In J 1 ' I, Clara Mae Duffy, bequeath my ability to compose poetry to Jack Frost. I, . , . 1 , . 5 . I, , - ' I Qu n. I, , ' . I, , ' . I. . . , . . . I, ' pb , ' . I, , . . . . A I, J . , . . ' I, ,' ' . I. tl ' , ' ' ' . I, , . ' J . I, ' . . I, J . ' . . . ' ' ' . . I. . ' . It . F , . . . . . . I Iv -1 1 s Q I v X 1 I . ' , ' ' , ' to, 1947 HESPERIA Ellss Ulm Bill Bellah w1ll my O N B presidency to Harold Olson Amold Berlage leave my student bodv responsibilities to my successor 7 Pat Blondell bequeath my short haircut to Mr Shnver im Boag leave for the x ide open spaces of Eastern Oregon Lanny Boone leave mv peed record from North Bend to Graces house to Floyd Petitt George Brown will my gadgets to Kay Benzel ohn Brown leave forever I hope Richard Buchanan leave my lavelin to some other muscle man Edward Erwin leave my ability to dialect to future Public Speaking students Bob Erw n will my curly hair to Mr Benzel Garland Fry leave my hate for girls to 1m Stout and a high point record in bas ketball to Bob Hugh ohnny Hoffman leave my corny lol-tes to Miss urgens Rod Holden will my English book to anyone who dislikes it as much a I do Marvin Howley leave with the title of the best dancer and the biggest wolf e Senior class Ronald Harris bequeath mv qulet ways and manners to any outspoken freshman boy who needs them John Hansen leave my good looks to Miss Beyler so she can! remember me 1n future years Don efferson leave with Marion ack Kerns leave my only package ot cigarettes to anyone who has the habit and is old enough to smoke legally oe Langendoerfer will my short pencils to ack Gouley Louis Langendoerfer leave my wolfish ways to lashful freshmen Don Lasater leave my bashfulness to XVemer Frickson Bob Lee leave to find une David Ruppe will my abilitv in sheetmetal class to those who like it Bert Long will my forgetfulness to Betty Paulson Don Milburn leave my courage to ask a girl to the Senior Ball to those who are scared of girls Don Mills leave with the record of one of North Bends outstanding football players Theron Northrop will mv poems to Harrv Hardcastle ohn Patton leave my sleeveless sweaters to Barbara Pasquan Duane Peterson hang up rm lasketball shoes until next fall Walter Richards leave for a xuae covered cottage in the country to live happily ever a ter Paul Rose leave for college I hope Carl Schneemayer will my ability to hand in book reports after the deadline and still get good grades Good? Bob Sepich will mv height to Tim McColley Bill Stout leave a record number of davs absence behind me Ken Stobie leave wa hout anyone to call my own Bruce Totten will my bright remarks to future Social Econ students Fred Wdhelm leave my singing in the howers to Ramona Irwin Merle Wdson leave-to the sorrow of certain underclass girls Marv Pennington lim Boag ' , i . . . i K . ' C - ' , ' ' ' ' I-I bl' , - v' ' . ' t. . . 7 ' 1 . I s . v , w- g l f I I- C , K 1 . fi . " .' . . 5 A, K ,. . Q K . . . D I a ,' i ' I l - ' , i ' . ' in th , , I . FK 1 ' . , . , . .l v - In ' - ' Milton Ladd, leave my flexibility to future P. E. students. , ' I - K Q I I ' . 7 K . . , 'i I t I i 4 . f , t l P- , Q. 1 . -A 4 . , L . a I L I a ' GI "- Y V Y, , . I . . , . N . . A. K A . I , 5 I . 4 y i - A . . 1 t X . CY! S 955' .ffff g ' W2 4 Hd' Y,,,,-Q Ag 09 W 2. Q wi 4'-ff 1 Q---" M qv... Q-tv QM' xv T '94, Wx 95? Qi ,N " QE!! 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Bfiii Ddares Blrmedir Shirley Erwnn Lnvor Fern Jack Gouley Roaella Hubbell Marxetta Harpst Whitey Hardcastle Junnors not pictured Robert Smith Duck Kerns Nellie Blaine Edgar Pattee Frank Thomas JacheA4hln l4eG.nrk atFoley Ramona Irwxn Jack Bounu Joyce Carver Jim Frlnlon Bob Hugh Sylvan Bc' Bill Durflhg' Pat Glllll Betty lvenna . . . . P x Carl Golder Pat Hull Bob Gage l' 1947 HESPERIA ' h SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS 1 7,, Left to Rnghr 'hm Scott joe Brewer Barbara johnson, Tom Graham, Cecil FRESHMEN CLASS OFFICERS Left ro ugh: Don Perkms juamra Combs joe Pennmgton Bxlhe Snead Dolores Howley - , , W 1 7 1 7 ' , 1947 HESPERIA SOPHOMORE CLASS-A TO M Left to ugh: fxrst row--Cralg Daruelson Dlck Frost Gene Brown Jean Hofer Clara Hess Caroline Carlson, ulla Keady Pat DeMa1-sh Comme Drummond, Glona Fisher Edxth Drummond, Loxs Harmlton, Marlon Miller Evelyn Hoffman Don Ber Frank Matson Miss Beyler Mr Landnth Second row Ruby Herbeson Vxrgrrua Hxll Slurley Brmegar Betty Har ess Fay Krlborn Terry Lmdqmst Dorothy Moore Maryann Adams Ann Mundell Mary Louxse Monson Marlon Bergeson Anne Mane Buzzard, Ann Mllleson Barbara Johnson Pat Choat Third row Lyle Barley Don Lmdstrom Phyllis Larson, Geraldme Larson, Joe Brewer Tom Graham Dons Beyers Wlrllana Flslc Mary Boyer Ethel Atkmson Carlalee Barmettlor Irene Caldron LOLS Brooks Joyce Gorst, Inez Kuny Fourth row Wdly Dunn, Dale Granstrom Robert Frednclcson Tom Ferguson Roger Clark Cecll Bessey Carl Egenhoff Tom Manos Jun Metcalf ames H111 Bob Beebe Frank Ford, James Brown SOPHOMORE CLASS-N TO Z Leftto radar, fxrsr row Mlss Beyler Mary Ann Rose Bonnxe Post Dons Srrater Charlene Traver Karen Peterson, Shirley Scott, Margaret 'Hmothy Retta Thomas Patsy Rose Mr Landnth Second row Roy Olson, Richard Sanclbq, Dale Wilson, Delores Slagle Kathleen Reeves Darlme Sherbondy Eugene Sanford, Thmd row Don Wynn, 2 Wl.lS0l'l, jim Scott, Keith Wdlud 7 Y 7 7 Y Y J 3 D 3 3 - . . . . . . 2 ?! ! 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' ' 1 1 1 ' 1947 HESPERIA e FRESHMAN CLASS-A 'UO M Left to rmght frrst row Mrs Schepman Joyce Hotallrg Pat Kurttx Betty Davis Betty Hamilton Kay Benzel essxe Hazzard Beverley Mmer Georgxa Mae Marks Margaret Lee Sharon Irwm Ioan johnson, Ivalo Mash, Mr Hawley Second row joy Evalyn Mary jo Bessey Lea Davns Juamta Combs Delores Howley Caroline Moore Joan Fletcher Bar 'Hara Keller Ione Brady Pat Fmley Leverne Coplen Delpha Crawford Lola Bowman Wlhhlt Mxller Rose McCoy Tlurd row Leroy Hendnclcs Loren MacDonald Bob Kelly Harvey Beebe Vernon Ellns Frances ee Allen amsgard Don Boag jnm Kelly Brian MacDonald Rrchard Aldrich Tim McColley Fourth row--Vfalter Lee Wmm Hunt Gene Foren Don Gxbson Duane Hendrrclcs Ron Lxlxenthal Vernon Beebe Rxclnarcl Klenz Robert Evenson FRESHMAN CLASS-N TO Z Left to nght flrst row-Clarance Suggs Naomn Wrrghr Kama Wwdward can Slurtchff Iva Jean Schutt z Davxd Warwn LeRoy Nelson ack Sausser Stella Wdson elson Lowse Parks Patsy Wuhan, Gall Rrcharcls Maude Lee Schepman Donna Saner Myrtle jane Patclung juamta Nelson Louxse Parks Patsy WIISOII Gall Rxchards Lee Pagh Pugh Bernadme Reeves Mr Howley Tlurd Row Fred Owens W1Hard Patnck Joe Penmngton Earl Peterson Don Perkms Dennns Tobm Richard Pugh Ernest Wlrtly Delmar Sm1th XX I 1 ill a in. 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Yi- U Ldqvsm 11 O HU 2 'vs or H.f'vwwQ5' gfurx S I. orw-12 al 5, hgh 'WWI 1947 HESPERIA Y GLEE CLUBS Left to right first row Miss Athey Donna Anderson, Lerona Luke Lois Hamilton, Pat Kurtti Patsy Rose, Ivy Martin, Clara Hess Marion Bergeson Stella Willson Secondrow Frank Ford Tom Ferguson, Robert Fredriclcson Vernon Ellis Mary Ann Adams Betty Paulson Laverne Copeland, Shirley Scott, Juanita Combs Rose McCoy Gloria Gilbert, Karavanich Pat Owens Barbara Pasquan esse Hazzard Barbara Richardson Kay Benzel Delores Howley Third row Dick Frost Donald Perkins Keith Krambeal Laura Betterton, Janet Hart Bnan McDonald, Terry Lindquist Joy Evelyn Betty Lee Joyce Carver Pat Lenerville Frances Duryee Shirley Kasper-son Phyllis Cottell Doris Bey Myrtle Patclung Lola Bowman QF TRIPLE TRIO The Triple Trio's main activities are to sing at club meetings, luncheons school programs, and various other social affairs. Some of the affairs this year's triple trio has participated in, are: The Lions Club Luncheon, VVinter Band Concert, Christmas program at school, Methodist Church Christmas program, American Banquet, two Girls' programs, the Mothers Tea, the Glee Club Concert, and several of the wire recording broadcasts presented by the school over KOOS. 'Its members are: sopranos, Janet Hart, Shirley Kasperson, and Donna Anderson, second sopranos, Ivy Martin, joyce Carver, Pat Lenerville, and substitute, Marion Bagesong altos, Betty Karavanich, Retta Thomas, Barbara Pasquan, and substitute, Frances Duryee. - B' 1947 HESPERIA F BOYS OCTETTE Left to right front row Mlss Athey Frank Ford Dxck Frost Thomas Ferguson Vernon Ellis Back row Don a Perkms Brran McDonald, Robert Frederzckson Keith Krambeal BOYS GLEE CLUB The Boys G1 e Club one of North Bend Hxghs newest subjects has been very active this year ust before the Chnstmas vacatlon they sang before an Amerxcan Legxon Auxrlxary meetmg and a Klwarus Gub noon luncheon Later they sang for the Coos Bay Elks T e h1gh spot of the year was the Glee Club Concert m whrch they partrcrpated T e Senior play Student Body play radlo programs and assembly programs are other actrvxtles for whlch they sang In previous years Glee Club was taken as extra-currxcular actxvrty and counted no credxts but this year rt IS a subject and a student recexves two credits The members of the group and the part they smg are Don Per-kms and Frank Ford tenors Ken Stobre Duck Frost Tom Ferguson basses The ype of songs they have been smgmg are Negro spxrltuals sem: classxcal and popular THE FRESHMEN GIRLS DOUBLE SEXTET The Freshmen Gxrls Double Sextet 15 a new vocal group formed thus year under the dlrectlon of Miss Irlene Athey The nucleus of thus group was earned over from Roosevelt umor I-hgh Although nearly all of therr practxces were held after school the members were farthful and worked hard They sang for two Gxrls League meetmgs and for two assemblies They gamed expenence rn radxo work by smgmg over three of the hxgh school radno programs One of these programs was guven entnrely by them At the Vocal Department Concert m Aprrl they presented a group of two numbers GLEE CLUB Thrs year the Glee Club has been orgamzed xnto a credxtable penod Prevxous years practxce was held dunng the acuvnty penod The Glee Club smgs ln assemblies for hohday programs for some of the school plays for Baccalaureate and Gradu atxon It also jhas its own sprmg concert held thxs year on the 27th of March The glrls have practlced school yells ln ham-tony also they have made and sold brown and gold pompoms at the games On February 14 the Glee Club gave a dance the proceeds of whxch wrll be used for some much needed lmprove ments ld l , . , , . , 7 D Y ' 7 ' h ' I 1 n 1 n . h . , , . , . . . . . . . q . - Q I 1 1 Robert Fredrickson and Bud Lodwick, second tenorsg Brian McDonald and Keith Krambeal, barltonesg Vernbn Ellis and LUINHH EUNEHN SPRING E HT 1947 HESPERIA BAND Exery year the band must prepare rrself for two sprung concerts thelr own concert grven in North Bend, and their part of the Mass Band Festrval whxch was held m M e Pomt Thns year ln addltron to the two regular concerts the band had to prepare for a concert to be glven tn Ashland also nn the sprmg A bus was chartered to take the band to Asladand where they remamed for two days The sprmg concert was gxven before the band left for Ashland and the Mass Band Fesnval took place upon the1r return Another new addrnon thrs year was the appomtment of band officers by Mr Howle They include Captain-Ar nold Berlage Lxeutenant Marvm Howley Sergeants Robert Gage Pat Gallra Corpo Donald Gibson Dorothy More Kexth Krambeal Barbara olmson and L1brar1an Roya Wfarnken Thus year the orchestra advanced to a twelve piece group and played for many occasxons, one of whrch was the omt Student Body Dance Another lxttle group of band members f1ve to be exact orgamzed a qumtet called the Hungry Fxve and made appearances at vanous clubs m North Bend and Coos Bay Left to rxght frrst row Pat Gallxa Delores Howley Ph yll1s Larsen Barbara Keller Slurlcy Wdson Mary Monson Brllre Snead Second row Doris Meyers Carolme Carlson Shxrley Brmegar Lea Davis Pat Groven, Roya Vllarnlcen Leshe Kzlborn rm Kelley Delmar Snuth Gxarles Erwm Thnrd row Bob Gage Pat Cnoat Faye Krlborn Don Clausen, Don Wyan, Royce Wnght, Glona Fisher, Berry Harless, Evelyn Hoffman, Mary Ann Rose, Ann Mllleson, Barbara johnson, jean Hofer, Don Grbson, WaUy Dunn, Nlarvm Howley, Arnold Berlage, Mr Howley Fourth row Dorothy Moore, Charlene Traver, Grace Hofer Lors Brooks, Dale Granstrom, Keith Krambeal, Margery Young, Larry Slagle, joy Emmett, Ima Lee Davls, Don Lmdstrom, Pat Finley, Incl Klmy, Bonnie Post 'f llll lla' p I - ,Q -Q 1 I s " l , C ,I ..-.1 , ,- ,. ng- . i ,. . , J , Na- U t u 1947 HESPERIA MAJORETTES Left to nght fmrst row Fern Lyon Joyce Landrxth Second row-Slurlcy Bnnegar Joanne Fletcher Shxrley Scott HUNGRY FIVE NOVELTY BAND DRUM MAJOR Left no nghr fu-sr row Delores How Dolores Hawley ley Pat Gallxa Margery Young, Second row-Arnold Bcrhge Larry Slagle i, ,, w 1 ! 7 ' 3 7 ' , , . ! 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If fy 1947 HESPERIA 1 QUILL AND SCROLL h f B b Bourns Lors Auer Pat Pmerce Shxrley Krambeal Whmy Hardcastle Lea Pennmg tgn Llsiinghauglrjvmlrst atenlclle Ailad: Pat Gallxa Maman ohnson Second row-Monk Fry Jean Haga Dorothy De preese Lumlle Peflhl Mrs Adams Mxss Beyler Fern Lyon Pat Foley Donna Anderson Don jefferson Tlfurd row Fred Wxlhelm erry Pame Larry Slagle ur nd Scroll has been orgamzed m IN B H S hxs year The advisers are Mr Forence Adams and Miss Cecelxa M Beyler The orgamzatxon IS an Internatlonal Honor S r tx tor students of umor and Senor s andmg who are of the up- per third ot ther class and have con rrlbuted mn ome outstandmg way t exther the Bulldog Barker or Hesperla 311159 ,J ?l1nrm.munal41annnr.1m Snnnn tnr ffwmh 9111nnl3lnumal1515 ffl? 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R y, 1 U -A -W '.1,,- f1.wsfs g n fl ' ' I - 1 , , A A 'hiziifi-f -he -1- I , ' ' Y , , , , I 4 . . . . . J . , I : 9 9 9 2 5 , 7 3 7 ' , , F I . . . L ' - 9 2 Y I . , . . Q 'f 7 7 5 Y Y , , , V X L e ' S E 1 . , . . . make up ur own heads and general set-up. , . Y Y .V 3 y I 4. . . : , . I '-' Q , Q , v "' 5 1 2 a - 1 g 1 - ' - 5 - J - 5 . , . - I I 7 , K f a 3 ' 1 1 ' v 7 J J 7 7 'V - f. - ' ' ' ' -Y 11 - I, , 41 , . , , , s A , A 1 , , a a . , , , .1 , . f . , . ...ue A - ., X, , J - , 1 , , , - 1 5 n , - 1947 HESPERIA O NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY Left to rrght fnrst row Mr Schepman Barbara Boums Mary Moore Anna Mar1e Buzzard Patsy Rose Barbara Pasquan Lucrlle Perrm Mary Monson Retta Thomas Gloria Frsher Margaret Txmothy Barbara Rrchardson Second row Dean Smxth Larry Slagle Delores Slagle Carole Burger Karen Peterson Carlalee Barmettlor Shrrley Scott on terson Kexth Kramheal oyce Caorst Geraldxne Larsen, Pat Gallra Pat Foley Fourth row Arnold Berlage B111 Durflmger Jerry Parne John Makey Ken Hess H On March 19 the Nu Beta Chapter of the Natxonal Honor Socxety enter tamed the freshmen at the annual lunch eon gwen m therr honor Those fresh men who had earned 12 or more pornts were mvlted The homemakmg room rn the annex was the scene of the af fa1r The tables were decorated with an Easter theme and the place cards were ga1ly colored Easter eggs Vice presxdent Pat Gallra was rn charge of the meet mg The scholastlc records of each member was read by Wally Dunn The Annual Banquet for Natronal Honor was prepared by Home Economzes department under Mrs Echo Schepman . , P ' N ' V ' - - , , ,K I h xx ,f jackie Adams, Darlene Sherbondy, Pat Choat, 'lhird row-Dorothy Moore, Ann, Milleson, Barbara Johnson, D Jeff . 9 . v J Q 1 . I w ' 1 9 . 1 1947 HESPERIA , ONB O N B stands for the Order of North Bend, and only the boys who have made thexr letters m any one of the three major sports can belong Left to nght flrst row Duane Peterson Monk Fry B111 Bellah Fred Wilhelm Second row Harold Olson Lavor Ferre Don Lasater B111 Shattuck Bob Hugh Thxrd row john Malcey, Don Mmlls Everett Hncks Ken Stobre Buck Buchanan ll H A S The H A S of North Bend Hrgh School IS a gurls arhletlc orgamzatxon It was orgamzed to present a more complete list of athletic act1v1t1es for the g1rls and gxve them a chance to part1c1pate tn all sports It provxdes a program for frxendly competmon between the gxrls and the1r classes ln mtramurals at noon Left to rlght fu-st row Mary Ann Rose anet Hart Jean Haga, Barbara Pasquan Ann Mundell Sec ond row-Ramona Irwm Lea Pennmgton Margery Young oy Emmet Pat Lenervtlle Pat Gallla Third row Barbara Bourns Dorothy Moore Darlene Sher bondy Lucrlle Peruu Barbara Rxchardson Sylvra Fourth row Nancy johnson Karen Peterson, Char lene Travers Fern Lyon Jackie Adams Pat Foley Margaret Txmothy Fxfth row Mrs Rose Delores Har-gens Carole Burger Betty Karavanrch Betty Paul son Laura Lee Cutllp T , . 5 7 ' ' . t. 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' - . , l a v a ' , , I 1947 HESPERIA KNIGHTS The Kmghts were organized nn 1923 for the purpose of mspu-mg school spmt and prornotxng school acnvmes The dunes of this club are to sponsor noon dances rallies and pep assemblxes usher and take txckets at xnter scholastic games and other school functxons Each year fxve outstandmg Freshmen are elected into the club with the total member shxp never exceedmg twenty five BOOSTERS The Booster club IS one of the pep or gamzauons Each year new members are se lected from each class The yell leaders and song queens are always taken mto the club nf tlmy are not already members KN IGHTS Left to right fxrst row Bob Beebe Pat Plerce Nancy Hazelton Ann Mnlleson Betty Paulson Pat Gallia, Bax' bara Rxchardson Second row Lea Pennington Laura Lee Delores Hargens Barbara Keller Thxrcl row B111 Bell Don Mxlbum jxm Scott Don Perlcms joe Pennmgton Monk Fry BOOSTERS Left to rnght front row Betty Karavanxch Ramona lrwm Buck Buchanan Loxs Auer Bob Hugh, Janet Hart, Kay Benzel Barbara Bourns ean Hofer Second row Duck Frost Barbara Pasquan jaclcxe Adams Jack Frost B111 Stout Tom Graham Wemer Enclcson, Vlflutey Hard castle Bob Kelly Beverly Mmor Thud row Don Mills Ken Stoble Brll Shattuck Bud Brant Y . 7 Cutlip, Don Kelly, ReedTJaclc Goll, Carble Burger, . 1 ' f ' ' . ah, . y ,J . - - 1947 HESPERIA FIRE SQUAD Left to nght fxrst row Monk Fry B111 Bellah Don M1115 Whltey Hardcastle Second row Pat Blon dell Don Kelly Theron Northrop Lavor Ferre Tlurd row Fred Wxlhelm Ken Stoble Walt Rxchards Ever ert Hlcks Fourth row Bob Hugh Lanny Boone, Floyd Petit GUESS WHO?-WHEN? 1947 HESPERIA PEP BAND Flrst row left to rxglat Ima Lee Davls Mary Ann Rose Mary Monson Pat Gallla Barbara Kel ler Par Fmley Barbara ohnson Beverly Mmor y Emmett Pat Choat Roya Warnken Second row Dorothy Moore Phyllls Larsen Slurley Wdson Wally Dunn Dale Granstrom Larry Slagle Bob Gage Don GIDSOD Kexth Krambeal Mawln Howley Wlargery Young Ann Mllleson SONG QUEENS AND YELL LEADERS Left to nght fxrst row-Wuner Enclcson, Bar bara Pasquan Janet Hart, B111 Scout Second row Lols Auer Betty Paulson, Barbara Boums tty Karavaxuch Pat Pxerce g-usp am! ?om fpoma REMEMBERTHE NI HT? 1947 HESPERIA sowcs QUEENS Left to nght Betty Paulson Pat Plerce Barbara Bourns YELL LEADERS Left to nght-Wuner Enckson Barbara Pas quan Janet Hart B111 Stout SONG QUEENS 'IN ACTION . 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' K.: . , -. 1 J, ",,e,: , . . 1 V1.,:,3,p Bottom row left to nght john Jacobs Bob Hugh, Don Lasater john Mackey Ken Stoble, Joe Penmngton Dennis Tobm, Lanny Boone Theron Northrop Lee Sausser Bud Metcalf B11lBellah Frank Yonker Don Mrlls P ul R a ose Second Row Left to rlght Harry Hardcastle Vw Adams ,hm Reed, Vernon, Beebe, Jun Scott, Jun Metcalf Gar l d F F ed Wllhel an ry r 1 rn, Harold Olson Jack Goll B111 Shattuck jack Gouley R1Cl'13.!'d Buchanan, Darell Peterson john Hansen Frank Shrxver 3rd row left to nght Kelth Krambeal Wally Dunn Bob Kelly Dlck Frost Ronald Lxltenthal Carl Freemanson, jack Sausser WxUard Patnck, Fred Owens Bernard Dooley Sept 20 North Bend 6 Grants Pass Grants Pass North Bend 6 Albany North Bend North Bend 6 Reedsport North Bend ct North Bend 21 Myrtle Poxnt North Bend Nov North Bend 6 Marshfxeld M e Pomt ov North Bend 0 Marshfxeld North Bend North Bends football season opened the 4th of September with fave lettermen from last years squad Last year the football men elected Buck Buchanan as thexr captam Buck was lnjured U1 practxce just before the Reedsport game Unfortunately Buck was through play mg for the year Later he had to have an operatxon on his knee No matter lf they lost or won the school was behmd them all the way The new lights and grandstands created much en huslasm More workmg men and women were able to attend at mght than ln the daytxme whrch meant more were there to back the team Even lf North Bend d1dn t have a wxnnmgseason we thxnk that mt was qtute successful We would l1ke to express our thanks to Vxc Adams who has seen hxs boys through 20 years of coaclung no matter rf xt was a wtnmng or losing team . 12 At Sept. 27 7 At Oct. 4 6 At Oct. 18 North Bend 6 Coquille 25 At North Bend O . 25 ' 6 At . 11 ' 7 Af yfd ' N . 22 ' 19 At 6 A 1947 HESPERIA BANQUET The football and basketball squads banquet was held at Rxppers It was gwen by the Kxwaruans Lions m honor of Coach Vxc Adams 20 years as coach at North Bend H1gl'1 School Frank Shnver and Clyde W Allen, members of Adams fuscfoocbhllteammNorthBendHigl1. FOOTBALL CAPTAIN AND MANAGER B Lefttonght MmagerRobertLee,CapumBuck 1 , ' . c o M Left co Right-Vic Adams, Coaehg Dr. Anderson, 1947 HESPERIA Fred Kruse board member A T Fox contractor L W Turnbull Supermtendent Roscoe Hazer mayor and Arthur Pepm master of cere morues Arnold Berlage Student Body Presxdent GRANDSTAND DEDICATION The grandstands were packed early and the flood llghts were mn-rored m the waters of Pony Slough, and In the heavens over the Bulldog field, as the Dedxcanon Ceremomes got under w-ay A lug event for young and old, and for many commumnes as the crowd indicated. Dlgmtanes for the ceremony are pictured 1947 HESPERIA 3 , FUUTHHLL AETIUN Armistice Game, Marshfield vs. o 1947 HESPERIA o HHSHHHALL AEHUN Top left Marshfield vs North Bend top ugh:-Marshfield vs North Bend. Bottom left Time Out bottom, nght Tune Out Cenger, le?-Mgrshfield vis. North Bengig cerlter, right Reedsport North Bull. 1947 HESPERIA Seprch xs a wxzard at the hack board Press rch was chosen center on the Second Team for the District You can t beat those hook shotr' of Monk .3 Pres: Fry tool: the scormg honors with 167 pomts m 16 games m Dxstmct Fwe Fry also was chosen guard on the All-Star team for the Du- tact The dean o coaches m the :tate of Oregon L Mayfxeld At Rrght-Nlyrtle Point vs North Bend At left Marshfreld vs North Bmd Con arulauons to you all from liz Hesperxans Those :et short' of Ros!! are somethn g to match Pres: Rose was chosen forward on the All-Star team for Dzstnct Five. ' R 1947 HESPERIA r R A SQUAD Left to nght front row Pat Blondell Tom Graham B111 Shattuck, Wfarren Hunt Harold Olson, Jun 1-Cl'lBfVll18, Monk Fry Second row Bob Hugh Paul Rose john Makey Roger Clark, Bob Sepnch Frank Younlrer Duane Peterson, Norrthh mi Medford No Roseburg North Bend Wuhutgwn Hr North Bend Medford North Bend Bandon North Bend Reeds rr North Bend Coqu e North Bend M e Point North Bend Marshfield North Bend Bandon North Bend Reedaport North Bend Roseburg North Bend Coquxlle North Bard Myrtle Point North Bend Marshfxeld North Bend eeds North Bend Coqurien Ken Hess North Bend Marshfield North Bend Reedsport North Bend Coqurlle North Bend Myrtle Pomt North Bend Marshfield BASKETBALL Tlus year the North Bend hoopsters took second place m the county wxth ten wms and. srx losses The Marshfield Pxrates State Champlons toolc first place wlth 14 wms and two losses Myrtle Poxnt was thxrd Reedsport fourth and Coquxlle m fxfth spot Coach Adams started the season with only three retumlng lettermen around wluch to bulld this years squad North Bend started the season out slow losmg therr fxrst four games but by the tune the county league had opened the Bulldogs had developed into a fair ball club But before the season was over xt was evxclent that the Bull dogs were The Hard Luck Kld5 of the league Losmg three games by a mere one pomt one m an overtlme one three pomts and one by 12 pomts In spxte of thxs the Bulldogs showed fme sportsmanshxp and fought hard to win tn every game they played The usual startlng lineup was Rose and Hugh f0fWafClS Fry and Peterson guards Seplfll, center 18 27 'A 29 32 27 ' ' 33 25 37 31 21 36 21 44 20 g as yrtl ' 34 27 ' 22 46 26 21 22 32 26 46 ' 24 39 ' 23 33 ' 36 36 R 26 56 ' 25 North Bend 30 Myrtle Point 42 23 ' 24 45 27 47 ' 13 31 ' 28 28 ' 34 1947 HESPERIA FIRST STRIING BASKETBALL CAPTAIN AND MANAGER Frorn Left Monk Fry Duane Peterson Bob Seplch, Paul Rose Bob Manager Ken Hess Captain, Monk Fry Hugh FRY played outstandmg basketball all season, his rd scoring and leaderslnp proved Vnc Adams Coach as me m At hns f1!'St season of compeutxon tn ba ketball SEPICH omplete surprise his rebound work -Coach Adams S was 3 C m PETERSON' S last season was hrs best -Coach Adams RQSE was the hardest worker on the squad and very valuable around the basket-' Coach Adams HUGH as a lumor leamed fast and should be a very good player next year-Coach Adams OUR BASKETBALL TRIP One Fnday mght Feb 28 1947 we had just fmxshed playing a hard game of basket ball at Reedsport Just as we were gettmg ready to take our showers Mr Adams came down and told us he had lust recewed a present from Santa Gaus and lf was five uckets saxd he could get only flve tickets enough for the fxrst stung of the ball team so the fxve flrst stnngers that got to go were Monk Fry Paul Rose, Bob Bob Hugh and Duane Peterson So on the next day at noon March 1 Mr Adams brought hrs car and pxcked up the fwe of us boys III front of the Stage Termmal tn North Bend It was about seven oclock when we got m and got our seats They were m a good place because we could see the floor qmte plamly There werent very many people when we got tn but by exght oclock the place was packed That was the hrs: college game most of us boys had ever seen so tt was very unter terestmg It was one of the fastest games I have ever' seen There were not very many shots taken at the basket and missed Both teams were good on thexr long shots as well as lag ms Both teams had a good, txght defense and a fast movmg offense In the last few rrunutes of the game Oregon State moved out ahead and won the game by a score of 67 to 59 -" I I l 1 9 5 to the Oregon-Oregon State basketball game at McArthur court Eugene. Mr. Adams . e - , S , I , a a ' , Qbeixmb Q Ov 5 owkl 00 A. psi' wan Lgx-K 1947 H:-:SPERIA 5 5 I 1 B BASKETBALL Won 6- Lost 17 Left to rrght frrst row-Dtclr Frost Bob Kelly jun Scott Kexth Krambeal Wally Dunn, Don Perlnns Carl Egenhoff Joe Pennrngton Second row Denms Tobm, Carl Fteemanson, Wlally Lee, Fred Owens Rxchard Dzernch, Rxchard Klenz Frank Matson Robert Evenson Carl Eagenhoff was the hxgh scorer for our B squad with 108 Don Perkms came next wlth 94 Scott next wlth 63 then Dunn wxth 55 and the last for the ftrst strmg was Kelly wxth 43 There were sxx who made letters thu year they are Carl Eagenhoff Bob Kelly Don Perkins Jun Scott, Kath Kram beal and Wdly Dunn North North North North North North North North North North IN orth lN orth North North lNorth lN orth North North N orth North North North Bend Ben Bend Bend Bend Ben Bend Bend Bend Bend Bend Bend Ben Bend Bend Bend Bend Bend Bend Bend Bend Bend Empure Indepmdents 24 North Bend Merchants 31 Empxre Independents Coos Rxver Bandon B Reedsport B Coquxlle B M e Poxnt Reedsport B Coqullle B M e Point Marshfield B Reedsport B Coqunlle B Myrtle Poxnt Marshfield B Coos Rxver Reedsport B tulle B B B B Coq North Bend Outlaws M e Point B Marshfxeld B FRANKSHRIVER Coach-'B Squad Graduated Paafmc Umversxty 3 year letter-man nn football 4-year let terman III track Assxstant football coach at Pauflc Umversxty ln 1931 Coach Condon School 1932 1936 Track coa and assistant football coach North Bend High, 94 . 14 4, , ' al, s 1 9 ' , ------ 33 ' .. 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SEASON REPORT JUNIOR VARSITY A Jumor Varslty basketball squad wluch at ftrst was known as the 'C squad has been orgamzed wzth Vernon johnson as coach The J V s practzce every Monday Wednaday and of the P E department Thegymfloorxsregulatxonsxze constructedofhardwoodandhaastxsquarebad: boards The hghung system and dressxng room facllmes are very good. Vernon johnson Jumor Varsxty coach graduated from Velva Agnculture Hzgh School where he played four years of basketball and two years of track. He then alxeaded Minot State Teachers College rn North Dakota where he played two years each of basketball and football Hxs expenmce ln the fteld of coachmg mcludes two years of basketball at Vermdrye, North Dakota Then he went to Hatton I-ugh school where he coached for two years m bas- ketball football and track He has also coached baseball and softball 'lizeteamstartedoff strongwnthseveralwms butdndnotmamtannntsearhersuceus asseveralhad no dropout The organnzauon ofa Jumor Varsxty proved valuable in a number of ways Lefttonght,firsttow-NIr.1obmon,DonKelly, BertVVilson,BobC'hge,BudBtant,BobLee.1VIatvmHowley FridayattheNavalBasegym,whichhasbeenreleasedtotheschooldistrictfortbeu.se R B 1947 1-1EsPER1A BR A TRACK Left co nght fxrst row Mr Shnver Gleason Groven, Mxlton Ladd, Lavor Ferre, Ken Stolne Lee Sausser Jack Goll Rmhard Aldnch Second row Ken Noel Jim Franson, Don Lasater Buck Buchanan .lun Metcalf Bernard Dooley Don Milburn, Lou Noggle. Third row Everett Hxclcs Bill Beck, john Makey Duane Petason, Bert Long, Joe Permmgmn, Amold Henderson Bert Wdwn Whxmy Hardcastle Returrung Lzttermen Rldlafd Buchanan Waghu Duane Peterson M1le Lavor Ferre-Sprmra COUNTY TRACK RECORDS 120 yard Hxgh Hurdles Fuhnnan Coqullle, 1939 172 Seconds 100 yard Dash Woods Myrtle Pomt, 1930-104 seconds M e Bryant Coquxlle 1931-4 42 440 yard Dash Pulfofd coqmlle 1931 ss wma, 200-yard Low Hurdles Johnson Coqmlle, 1945-242 seconds 220-yard Dash Wfoods Myrtle Point, 1931 231 Half M1le Relay M e Point 1931 136 Shot Put Mame, Marshfxeld, 1942-46 Fc. ll melu Pole Vault Sheedy Marshfxeld, 1926-11 fr 7V lIlC1'lC8 DISCUS Sanders NorthBend,l946-138it 9mc11es High ump Bruer Bandon, 1934-5 fe 10 1f4 Indie! 13 Broad jump Merchant, Marahfzeld, 1916-21 ft. 2 llldld a a 1 - 1 9 I 7 I I l. - ' -- , ' - . 2. - ........-. , ' - 3- -------------------- J 1 1 - 4- ' ----------- 9 1 9 -' 5. ..... , ' . 6. 880 ..................... Bryant, Coquille, 1931--2.05 7. .......... , ' - . 8. 1 -------- . J I "" ' 9. ..-........ ..- , ' 10. ....... ....... , ' . ' ll. ' .................- , . ' 12. ' J .............. , ' ' KM'-99, +535-. XXX. M-ix V + HQ -X' s Q VP YLQVN 'E' may xmf-1 me fm ...-f 34,55 ff 21-5' 5- ' e 1' Nmfx 'f w-"L wi' p- A W 'TXAQ4' to ,Vs O9 fi., ja- lil , XX I .,lQE51nNm,cEQA2ED " QAMQQV Aga? 'fa ,W X l .Q W 1 4 H A 'Q Q9 we 'fps a lk .4xEg3 , ,i i 11: 'X C0 gc ig 5 9 X, is Q n 4? '4'o L Sgr! io we TO 11 M CL Lf um cz Lwws Sou, L '- ffm fgrzgj-flllzca fbi an afafzf H2512 - .. '!'- ' -14 ZW 'D 194'7Hr:sPERlA L L L L L WINNERS-GIRLS' VOLLEYBALL Lefttoright,firstrow-IanetI'Iart,BarbaraPuqu.nn, Ramonalzwin. Seoondrow-Lucil1ePerini,Mrs.Rnse,Pat Foley. Third row-Pat Lexerville, Barbara Fourth row-Nlargery Young, Lea Pennington. VVINNERS-GIRLS BASKKETBALL Left no nghr front row-Margaret Tnmothy Ann Mandel! Mary Ann Rose, Dorothy Moore,JoyBnmett,MananBe:geson. Backmw-Bet:yHadesa, Bdd:Athnlon,Ka:m Pete-sa1,Mrs Rose,ClaraHeas Evelynlioffmm. . I r 1 9 . . . - n 1947 HESPERIA 'Wav-1' RM, "??"w INTRAMURALS BASKETBALL TEAM SENIOR BOYS Left to nght fufst row joe Langendoerfer Walt Rxchards Mxlton Ladd Second row Ken Stoble B111 Bellah Don Mxlbum Tlns years lntramural basketball was played be tx een reams chosen by a captaln The league was dmded mto upper and lower classmen At the end of tbe regular seasor a champxonslup game was played between the vnnners of each dxvlsxon In the champxonslup game Bowrons team won over Beebes by the score of 159 lh a rxgbtly played game INTRAMURALS FOOTBALL TEAM SENIOR BOYS Left to right flrst row Marvm Howley Mxlton Ladd joe Langendoerfer Second row Walt Rxchards Elwm Deal Don Milburn The mtramural football chaxnpxonshlp was won by the semors agam thxs year They won all them games mth comparatwe ease I fly 3 , If QW f , ffl X ,gf XIX 'Sv-f Z fam fjfwfv mana L K ML LCL5F'f ff'7 X? 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MOTHERS TEA COMMITTEE Cl-IAIRMEN 1947 The 1947 Mothers Tea IS dared for May 9 too the 1946 p1ctures for the benefxt of those who could not attend and see the pretty settmg Left to nght hrs: row Barbara Bourns Mrg Im hoff uamta Combb Pat Pierce Second row Los Aucr can Haga Betty Karavamch Nancy Johnson Third row Charlotte Wamon Pat Sanford Betty Paulson Laura l..ee Cutlxp Fourth row Dorothy Dc Freese Darlrss Brown , I 7 l ' l I V1 4 ' Y . , . . . . L x 1 I Q P . v - , late for pxctures m the Annual, so we add 'some of v 'T , 1 J Iv I - 1' . , ,l , , . .W y , 9 ' i ' GIRLS LEAGUE HAWAIIAN PICTURE SEITING Leftnonght janetHan,Phy'lluFox,Nancyl'Iazelmn,NznaLyon, RoyaWamluen, YVOGMSUDQGINIHOIIUIA- Jvm0fsuw,Ph7l1wR2Y nv'-wax L GIRLS LEAGUE ROOM Left no nghn, seared-Luale Pemn, Ima Lee Davu, Grace Hofer Rosella Hubbell standmg- jean Haga Pat Sanford. i l . , . - ' . . 1 L.. V: . . . Q I ! ' 1947 HESPERIA - - i """'-3.1. 1947 HESPERIA SENIOR PLAY CAST Left to nght seated Margery Campbell Don jefferson Standing-Paul Rose jean Haga, Barbara Boums, Buck Buchanan, Carl Schneemayer Pat Pxerce Monk Fry Joyce Landnth, Miss Iurgens dxrector Shu-icy Krambeal assistant duecuor SENIOR PLAY PRODUCTION STAFF Left to nght, seared-Mus Jurgexu, Shxrley Krambeal, Ealeen Rmhanis, Delores Hargens Srandmg-Carole Burger, Laura Lee Cuthp, Ken Sccbxe, Jack Frost, George Brown, Donna Hazzard. . " rj,.H I ,X I 'QE i. 'AE . XA ,I I ,O u I I , l a , . I . 1 , n 1 . 9 I I l 1 , U 5 G 3' Q I Ifaf I ' J I X 1947 HESPERIA B STUDENT BODY PLAY CAST Left to nght tronr row Dean Smrth Lea Penxungnon Bob Gage Barbara Pasquan, Jael: Goll Betty Paulsen, Back row Don Pet-kms Jackxe Adams Larry Slagle Ramona Irwm Pat Lenervllle, Bob Kelly Keith Krambeal STUDENT BODY PLAY BIG HEARTED HERBERT A COMEDY Members of the North Bend lugh school student body presented thexr annual pl y a the lNorth Bend Commanxty buxldmg Tues The ca.-st consxsted of Herbert Kalness Bob Gage Robert Kalness Bob Kelley Eltza beth Kalness Barbara Pasquan Martha Pat Lenervrlle Herbert Kalness umor Kelth Krambeal Ahce Kalness Betty Paulson An drew Goodrnch Jack Goll Amy Lawrence Lea Pennmgton um Lawrence Dean Smith Nr Goodrxch Don Perlcms Mrs Goodnch Tackle Adams Mr Havens Larry Slagle Mrs Hatens Ramona Irwln Mxss Mable urgens IS the dlrector and janet Hart lS the student dxrector Mr Benzel shop xnstructor has been of great assxstance wxth hxs department in stage craft and settmgs for plays and special events STUDENT BODY PLAY PRODUCTION STAFF Fmrsr row left to right Dorothy Moore, Manon Bergeson, Larry Slagle janet Hart Dean Smxth, Pat Owens Slurley Shezva Mus jurgens 1 .1 'Q , ' V . x "' , IM . . 1 1 I 1 . y 1 9 -' s 9 1 Q s ' as n 1 ' 3 r T 1 . . . . t Clav. April. 22, at 8 p. m. 3 9 Q 7 l ' a 5 s S J 1 - S 1 l ' ' 1 3 1 4 I , 5 - - 9 - , 3 - , S - Y , . ' x l 1 1 ' -fr - ' 'r , , . - , - a x ' , u , ' 1947 HESPERIA cLowN DANCE QH A s c:ARN1vALy Flrst row Bxlly Snead Dolores How ley Second row-Jessle Hazzard Ltla Sailing stan on head joan johnson Slurley Er wm Barbara Keller H A S SPORTS CARNIVAL Emmet, Darlene Sherbondy Barbara Kella Pat Fmley juamra Combs Bonme Post Fern Lyon Joyce I-Iotalmg Standmg-Slurley Scott Fay Mxller Charlene Traver Shirley Erwin Kay Benzer Barbara Keller Rozella Hubbel Wxmue Mxller . - . , - I . , . . . 3 . 1 9 I . ' , . Left to right, first row-kneeling-joy ! U . , . , . , , . I . . .77 . Y , ' 3 f 3 , . . . O 1947 HESPERIA JOINT STUDENT BODY DANCE Ahce Smxth chaxrman of program com rmttee Jerry Petexs Marshfield I-hgh School Harry Hardcastle general chaxrman Iesue Hazzard North Bend GIRLS LEAGUE DANCE HIGH SCHOOL ORCHESTRA AT GIRLS LEAGUE DANCE 1947 HESPERIA e 'cufzinzzrzfa 6'll2L0'l B ly THEME SEA DREAMS fWl1o9 1947 HESPERIA Top left to rrght Mrs Ken Hartberg publxcrty manager Laura Lee Cutlrp Mrs Mel Hoa: secretary Mrs Mel vm ohnson Front left to rrght Mrs Johnny Hawluns vlce president Mrs Yost Mrs Stella Cutllp, Nedra Schwartz Mrs John Kelzer Mrs .lack Rlpper president Mrs lames Johnson Not plcturecl Mrs Harold Hoa! treasurer fsflh son plane The Wing Women were mt orgamzcd xn july of 1946 There were only we mem ber: then Mr: Ken Hartberg Mrs Harold Hour Mrs ack Rxpper Mr: Mel Hour Mrs Iobnme Hawkm: N B H S has been air mmded for years Last year fxve senior boys soloecl Laura Lee Cutllp a Semor rs our only flymg student tlus year Before a Stinson plane are Mrs Harold Hoar Mr Harold Hoar Mrs Mel Hoa: Mr Mel Hoar Pl7lik4ilff'i , . r t . . . , l K . 1 . . 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' A 1947 HESPERIA SADIE HAWKINS FUN ASSEMBLY HALL RELAXATI ON AT NOON LIBRARY AT NOON --Pictured from left to right- Mrs. Rose, Marion johnson, Mary Moore, Miss Jurgena, Eugene Sanford, Dennis To- bin, Mary Pennington, Mrs. Adams, Karen Peterson. 1947 HESPERIA Offxcers umor Wfomens Club Mrs Nor throp Mrs Harry Grxham Mrs George Strong Mrs jack O Connor F1 ohn and can Berge chlldren of Mr and Mrs Marvm Berge Entertuned by GIMIIC and Tnmmv Nfamn clowns I 0 oa,'N Orig ax! 7 Ygr 11" Junior Senior Banquet 1 X 5 A , r . I Q., 1 1 lil 4 Q J . A - l - " f " I l .l ' Q i8 , K1 Q f: v' :' J , J' 9 I 1 4- ? . I ,Q - 1947 lj:-:SPERIA or A Q 1 fa 'LH FACULTY BANQUET -an annual event prepared by the comnuttee below Mrs Florence QRuschj Rose was general chaxrman for the h school teachers whose turn If was to entertam all teachers of the system Q'-Q.. ,f--""' xx,---"'7'. 4x -4, Y FACULTY DINNER COOKS Left to ugh: Mr Lanclrlrh Mr Adams Mxss Byler Mrs Rose Mus Norton, Mrs Schepman Mus Jurgens Mrs Betterson va F- - - , , A ' 4' , . rv Y " 5 K f.. 'J, ' ' X . Y L N, rf -' K FN A A, if 5 - lv is I ' ' f . Y, Q , -5 'us .s 4 1 ,-:J yn,-' N -.-MA' 49.1 Q' . B ' ' 1' V, r 3, , if-A f is Q hm ,f , X ,Q 1, aff. f 41 . me-L, 5' .,. fd r. A '3 , . . ' - cr n - 1 .Me-C. KJ A 1 pr F N. N.: , ' W . 4' - , f A . ' "V - 1 I u no f . A - 3 S 4 , 'Z ' 1 ' 0 . , Xu 1,- .f 5 . 'T - . . . , I . 1 ' Q' ' ' A, af 4 " -'. t-. 1' ' 5 ' i4 4 N- ' 3 LX ,, Y. Q ,V - I ,g ,X , S 5 ,v . ,, 1 i" ff M ,, -fl, . ' ' Jr l cs R H -' . , . y D , . , . 1 y - - Ellllllll Ellllllllllljl JANUARY 3 Game w1th Bmdon Bulldogs hrst vnctory 6-B1clc on the old grlnd 1Q11n Gee that vacatxon went fast Fxrst game of the county league vxlth Reedsport Coqullle versus lNortl1 Bend E155 uctoryl Bulldogs talce one on the tlnn 1 they cl1sl1 with Myrtle Point North Bend meets Marshhe d Poor old Pxratesl Vxctory over Bandon 1 North Bend n11lKes two vlcto les ln a row North Bend mumeys up o Reedsport D1rn those small floors The Bulldogs meet Rosehurg Revenge North Bend versus Coqullle We clo It 1g1u1 with 1 score of 4624 North Bend shows cl1ss ts she he1ts M rtle Pomt hy 1 m1rg1n of 16 poxnts PVBRUARY 4- NWC took '1I1Ofl1Cl one on the tl1ll1 111 1n overtime g1IHC mth lVl1rshf1eld The Reedtsport Br1ves got smlped l the Bulldogs 14 North Bend m1llcs ox er C'O1L1ll e men with 4th strmg 18-G1me wlth Myrtle POIDI Resu ts Ml 1' 47 N B 30 No comment The Unlverslty of Oregon presented 1n 1ssemhly Close game mth those Pxr tes Some very quest1on1hle Off1CI'lIlI'lg Plerce Knox the Blind Xylophomst supolled us mth 176'iUY'll.Lll musxc at smother Nattonal Assembly North Bend 1nd Reedsporr tussled m 1 game wlnch surprlsed tl1e te1m more than t e spectators MARCH Bulldogs mptule fourth II1 1 rom 1 they dtfmt Coqullle North Bend t1lled sucttsslully H1 1 l1st QIITIC wth Myrtle Point l1st g1me of the 9818011 nth the 'Vlnshheld l'1r1tes as victors Hats off to our team or thexr ss ell uc rlt nd touptr lon 'lhe Wearln of the Green telehr1ted wlth 1 St Patrxclxs Day Dance glven by the Clrls Le1gue S61 Dream sott hghts 1nd Cnilltlfll IITLSIC provxded the theme for the Semor Ball held 1n the GTWUUE Hall APRIL Wlmt tools yt mort1ls he' K short hut sweet Sprxng V1c1tlon A wonderful dlsplw of 1lent vns homn to us 1s the W1ll1t11ette CIIOIY s1ng for us We nl1ved host to M1rshheld 11 the 1nnu1l 1o1nt student hody ance Tr1cls meet 1t Coqullle Tr1C1x meet mth M1rshf1eld l runny student hody elettxons Surressfu B1nd Foncert SlF1l7'1d th Qulor sms the Idol of the evenmg 1V1th n 1lund1nee of gowd ood 'md mu xc the lumor Semor Prom and Banquet was enjoved hx all 19 H15 ward Rel1ys 19 A C1rn1xal vx1s put on hy he luusmess XYIOIDCU of North Bend Ftrst time we fur nxshed the ueen lB1n1l S udent Body Flectlons Oh nx 'lCl1lI15N h1clc lugmge 13137 1g1m 15 6 7 The B1nd tr1vels to Ashland for the Music Festlval -N B ' I w T1 I eq- U . 10--Q ' ' Q , T --1 f " . 14- . , " .5 X' .. 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' 1 ' 34g . 1947 HESPERIA EEHUUL EALENUAH MAY 7 Those luclcy jumors and Semors acqurre new tans and hurns as they get a vacation from school on Slclp Day 2-Our lovely Queen Charlotte and Court preslcles at the May Festlval 3 County Track Meet 4 The Knlghts and Boosters get together lor thexr annual party at Lake Cleowatts 9 We show our mothers around as they are entertamed at the Mothers Tea 9 lo-D1SEf1CC Track Meet 10 County Band Festrval 16-The Frosh entertam the Semors at a swell receptlon 16-State track meet 23 Class mght Semors on parade 25 Baccalaureate 76-Happy Day' We recerve our Annuals as Mzss Beyler and her editors heave a great sigh of rellef 27 Another group of SCHIOFS leave the portals of North Bend as Commencement draws to a close Good Luck Senrors Well d1d you? See you next year 28-Drd we pass or dldn t we IS the mam thought rn our rmnds at the last day of school By Lots Auer and Shlrley Krambeal .. - ,, ' 7 16-Band picnic. - , . K , . , . , Q . . , . l . . . 7 Y h . 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