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

 - Class of 1948

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THE 1948 EDITIEIN DF THE HESPERIA WAS PREPARED BY 'A' i' t EDEIEIELD ETLIDEDE COOS BAY OREGON -Ar -A' i- AEIE ETLIDIDE 'kit DUDE BAY HAREZDR AND LEIWELL EIHALLY NORTH BEND OREGON 'A' t i' LINCEILN AND ALLEN PORTLAND OREGON NORTH BEND. OREGON URWJUE Y Jw ,...., Mm?-L f f' N , Q 1 xx 'F hh fr xxx fm 'QNX ? x HELD MVT? HWQH 'K 1 fffi: R13 Rh J nil ,ai xy L.. ' L. N ,Q S 6301 ' K: xhf' X 4 -44 Y . '- 'Z N lvl. E .QA ,f"'f'i -.X f ,- x -x xy, Il ov ' '15 1 -af Y. i' X Nm x X eq xl QR K X Yxx, 1,- X--X xx Y 1 I J ,ew az eww 404 Azz Mm H E 5 F' E R IA THE STUDENT PUBLICATION NORTH BEND HIGH SEHUUL AT NORTH BEND CIIQEGUN 1948 EDITORIAL Xa Inchtor of the 1948 Hesperta I wtsh to express my tncerest thanks to exeryone who contrlbuted to the success of tlus puhhcatton XVtthout the cooperatton of prtnters and photographers generous ads bought hy hustness men support of rhe tmchers and students hours devoted hy the staff and 'Vhss Cert-In Bexler s excellent gutdance thus year hook could mt have heen puhltshed tht world 1s 1 hherator from hunger and strtfe thts year than mer hetore msptre you to he always on the alert to make our world 1 hetter place to ltve As the school year draws to 1 close and thls Annual goes to press me hope that we have achteved our purpose tn Lcepmg treasured memortes of thts year for you and that me MII alxmvs strxve to make our Democracy a greater one FERN I YON Edxlor 1948 634 wo- A ' 4 I ' Y' X. in y v . 1 .Q - K V , I ' '7 I 9 I ' I. .' I D. X' IQ I , I 1 . ' '. . lVIay our theme "Democracy," which has meant more to F . 1 t I r . 7 I I' I It 1 . . - f r . FUREWCIRD AND THEME DEMOCRACY Fhrs rs the year of the Freedom Trarn, the Frrendshrp Tram and Shrps the Marshall Plan true symbolism of the Sprrrt of Democracy It has never been equalled anywhere ez-.cept rn our beloved nation XVE have a srncere genuine democracy many forergn powers have boasted But rs t s true? What actual proof have you to support this statement? Are your people as actrve rn government affarrs as our Amerr can crtrzensf Are the rnhabrtrnts of your country blessed with as many rights and privileges as ours? ls each fellowman considered an equal? Does your government feel a sense of responsrbrlrty rn preventrng starvatron and drsruptron rn this war torn world? I dont believe you do You cannot begin to compare with the demo cratrc energy of our own United States Some of these burldrng stones of democracy you may have but the defect lres rn the fact that some of these stones are mrssrng This makes the hurldrng rncornplete and weak and leads to deterroratron and destruction The seat of democracy rn actron rs srtuated rn the United States Here you wrll find a natron hard at work endeavorrng to establish a world peace A multitude of 'Xmerrcan rndustrres x larch have blossomed from this land through combined efforts of rts people, rs attempting to speed up production so that there will be enough for ourselves and for other starving poyerty stricken peoples of the world Wfrth the ard of the Nlarshall Plan care or Another symbol of the Ame 'can Sprrr of Grxrng rs Drew Pearson one of radios most promrnent commentators and hrs dream that came true That dream was the Friendship Trarn From state to state this tr arn tr rveled reccrxrng carload after c rload of foodstuffs for the needy rn Europe All this was contrrhuted from he hearts of the American people Yxfhat else tan you thrnlr of that would c press the oenerosrty of our country hetter than t r 9 The crtrzenry of thrs countrv rs gradually becoming more cognizant of Democracy by tl e tour from coast to coast of another trarn the Freedom Trarn The full meaning of Freedom and Democracy rs being brought prac trcally to your own doorstep As we gaze at the cherrslaed hrstorrc documents hrch are drsolayed rn this ram fou should begin to understand why so manv fought and dred for hrs countrv and whv we keep on preserving rt trll the end of trme Democrarv rs rhe leader of Vatrons of he Farfh of the Universe By JERRY P ami 7 M 7 -. . ,, . K 7 7 I . I 1 D' K v , . . A . - - v r cc - ' as .5 f, - - '- - . - , Q. . . r , H 7 , . ,, . . . . thc financial conditions of these war-weary countries will be partly taken . , . , '. ' ' r ' -w: , W ' ' r hs. , . ', 1 ' r. . . .i , . ' i' r 1 1. ,I . ' f I or . i . . 'Y 6 ...www ANNUAL PRODUCTION STAFF LEADERS Top center row left to right Pat Gallla Dean Smith Fem Lyon Se ond row left to right Dorothy Moore Coalla M Beylar adv sor Barbara Pasquan Border pxctures clockwise Larry Slaglu Batty Wagnu Ann Mundsll Lavor Fslre Dons Byers Barbara Richardson Shirley Sherva Jerry Fame Pal Foley Jackla Adams vy Iglartm Jim Brown Garaldlno Larson Pat Lonarvllls, Ln ausser lusel m-ddlo bottom left to right Jlm Road Cralg Danlolson Donna Anderson ANNUAL GENERAL STAFF Edntor Fern Lyon Assistant Edltoro-Fat Gallia Dorothy Moore uslness Managur Dean Smith Asslstant Manager Barbara Pasquan Literary Features--Jerry Palm Donna Andorlon Pat Foloy Jaclsls Adams lvy Martln Bangara Rlehardsoo Shlrlcy Sherva Pat wsfnl Art Features-Jlm Reed Shlrloy Scott Dolores Slsgla Dorothy Durlllngcr Cralg Danlolaon Rlchard Kalloy Ad and Annual Sslesmen Larry Slaglo Batty Wagner Ln Sausser Pnl Lenervllle Ann Mundell Gsraldlna lgraors Dorls Byers Lavor Ferre Dean Welch Jlm Brown Lloyd Storlo Mary lae Ford Vmcent Gomes Carolyn Moore Claude Kralu Musl: Reporters-lma Lee Davls Lorna McLarrln, Mary Ann Adams Rstta Thomas Sports Reporters-Ann Mundell Doan Welch Lavor Ferro, Mary Ann Rose John Makey Blll Shattuck Kan Hess Snaps and Snoope-Dons Byers LaVon Purcell Dolores Barmottlor Shirley Erwin Jessie Hazzard Janet Hart Marjory Young Lu Noggle Club and Orlannatnon Reporters-Ann Mllleson Don Kelly Pat Choa! 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' I X 1 x Hx V X fa i TAR XY ky If i f + Q mx bw' ' I Pwwil SOHOOL BOARD DISTRICT 13 NORTH BEND The North Bend School Board for 1947 48 has two new members F1 om left to rlght seated are Dr Melvm E Johnson a new member Ivan Neely Chamnan and Arthur Derbysh1re the other new member Those standlng are Supermtendent L W Tu1nbull B E Andrews and Mayor Ernest Frye Proudmg new schools for North Bend s lncreaslng enrollment a xx ell as conductlng thelr own buslnesses places thls group of men among the buslest 1n thls Clty MARGARET BARCLAY IMHOFF L W TURNBULL Supermtendent Dean of Girls U of Munn B A U of Ore M A Stanford U B A U of Wash Supevmtendent o Sfbool: Language: and Englub --L-H D HERBERT ARMSTRONG Prmclpal Washxngton Slate College Whxtrnan College B A 1936 M A 1948 UDIVCFSIIY of Oregon Umversnzy of VL ashlngton Yonai .Suenfc Mathematic: ff' BETTY KARAVANICH NINA LYON 5 f I Secretary to Supl Turnbull if -x M42 frop Plcturej Bl-Ill! and Professional Womens Clubs May Queen and Attendants Left no right jacquelme Bragg: Coos Bay Rosa Collier Coos Rnver Hel CII stllllltl Queen, Coos Bay' Shirley Sherva Mad of Honor North Bend janet Han North Bend Dolores Couty Coon Bay Ramona Ir vm, North Bend The Nlay Festival was May 7 xy fCaxter Pncturoj Left to nght Fem Lyon, Salutaronan Gerald Pame Valednctonan Bu-ban Pasquan, D A R Candxdate Lower Picture B and P W Tea for Semor gurls of Marsh field, North Bend and Coos Rzver schools Pour mg left are Pat John son of Coos Bay and Mrs H Mills nght of North Bend -emor are Helen Schultz m Caroline Kunz m Bet ry une Smith m Retta Thomas nb Audrey Per son m anet Hart nb Dons Goe m Barbara Pasquan nb Pat Gallia nb Pauline Cuslk Loulse Parks nb aclue Adams nb Shlrley Er wm nb can Post Cr Ruby Hendrickson cr LP ' ,X - 'Q T Q . 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' XX-f 'X ' it ' N i w Q Xix E! 1 ffi if 1' u 'Q Ylgxxy X N ' ' 7 H- X .Q 1 X I il , xy 5 X X an f '1 X wil X1 ' ' 1, Q yt: "'f U-f-1's..,D. , Gwwfwiw .1 if , J ff 'U' 3 X1 SENIOR OFFICERS HIL DURFLINGER, President BOB HUGH VLCC-PfC3dit MARJORY YOUNG Secretary HAROLD OLSON Treasurer JOHN MAKEY Counal Represcntatxve x mfr 1 3 -I . 'Q ' 40 v ,Y x 3 -V O ,Y da X .4 52 -4 ki gb .A Q 1 4J 'J' A , fi .V Y fg 'Ia V' . , . . 3 , 4 Q 1 Lormns Wann MARJORY QPooousj Youuc Band 1234 Orchestra 34 Bark er 1234 HAS 23 GAA 4 Nat Hon Soc 2 Intramur als 1234 Pang pong! Lhumu 2 Sgt at Anna Pep Club 2 Sec Gnrls League l State Student Body Play 3 Annual Staff 34 Sports Camwal 3 Class Secretary 4 V P hurl: League 4 Pres ebate club 4 Prop Mgr Semor Play 4 Kmghts 4 FRANK E Youurcan Football 1234 Intramurals 1234 Basketball 34 Fire Squad 34 Fire Squad Chrel 4 i ,ds ONB 34 l 41 IAMBS E fJIM, Winsor: Radio Club 1 ROYA I WARNKEN Band 1234 Glee Club 1 Bark er 13 Radio 3 Mothers Tea Sub Chairman Mother! Tea Committee 3 Class Night Uaherette 3 Pep Band 3 Band Lrbranan 23 Student Body Pl y 2 Sophomore Frosh Recepuon 2 Annual Staff 4 Band Letter 1 Band Junior Prom Wartreaa 2 Se mor Ball Waxtreas 2 Cancer Dnve Commxttee 2 Barry Jo WAGNER Barker Staff 1 Glee Club 1 Bookkeeper for Barker 4 Ad Salesman lor Annual 4 Speech Class Play 4 DEAN WELCH BARBARA J ULBRY Trans from 1-remont Nebr Gxrls Glee Club I2 Secretary Movre Proyector Operator 23 to Prmcnpal 3 Charrman Menu H1 Y 3 Annual Stall 4 Commrttee lor Junior bemor Banquet 3 Royce Wamrrr LLOYD W STORE Radio Cu 1 Hn X 2 Band Tnmfer Eu gene H h 4 234 lmummal' nu Senior Ball Decoratlgg Lom lx mrttee 4 L x I a 9 - 4, 1 , , 1 4 ' ' . ' 31 . A : , ts ' f : . pr ' 9 . ' h ' 1 1 I . I ' ' Tyfllnf Cen- 25 Pnfll- MW- Festivals and Concerto 1234: I - 0 43 . . ' I , - Q ' l ,A 1 : . 1 . z , 1 .- . - , . . 9 ,: - 1 Z . fr . Q. . S' 1 A . U- A r ' fo ' l b G '- ' I ' al' l - 'f D ' .4 . . A Q I 41 1 J ff' Q' "" ,xl Y SENIOR OFFICERS BIIL DURFLINGER, Presxdenr BOB HUGH Vice-Presndent MARIORY YOUNG Secretary HAROLD OLSON Trasuter JOHN MAKEY Council Representative ly Q3 -'I I .3 - -uv hw -1 f 4- ' +4 Lonms Wane Mmzjoluf QPOOGIE, Younc Band 1234 Orchestra 34 Bark er 1234 HAS 23 GAA 4 Nat Hon Soc 2 Intrnmur als 1234 Pang pam: Lhumu 2 Sgt at Arms Pep Club 2 Sec Gurls League Z Stale Typing Cert 2 lx-on Mgr Student Body Play 3 Annual Staff 34 Sports Camlval 3 Class Secretary 4 V P lnrla League 4 Pres Debate club 4 Prop Mgr Semor Play 4 Kmghts 4 FRANK E Youuxsn Football 1234 Intramurals 1234 Basketball 34 Fire Squad 34 Fare Squad Chnel 4 ONB 34 DEAN Wsmu Trans from Fremont Nebr Movne Proyector Operator 23 H1 Y 3 Annual Stall' 4 JAMES E Umy WILSON Radlo Club 1 Ron j WMNKEN Band 1234 Glee Club 1 Barlt er 13 Radxo 3 Mothers Tea Sub Chaxrman Mothers Tea Committee 3 Clans Nxght Usherette 3 Pep Band 3 Band Librarian 23 Student Body Play 2 Sophomore Froah Recepuon 2 Annual Stall 4 Band Letter l Band Festival: and Concerta 1334 Iumor Prom Wantreu 2 Se mor Ball Waxtreu 2 Cancer Drwe Commxttee 2 Barry jo WAGNBR Barker Stall 1 Glee Club 1 Bookkeeper for Barker 4 Ad Salesman for Annual 4 Speech Class Play 4 B.uuaAnA 1 Uuany Glrls Glee Club I2 Secretary to Principal 3 Chairman Menu Committee lor Junior hemol- Banquet 3 ROYCE WNGHT L1.oYD W Sronna Radio Club l Hn X 2 Band 234 Intramurals 1234 Transfer Eugene High 4 Senior Ball Decorating Lom mnttee 4 tl DEAN A SMITH RONALD A fRoNj RadIo Club 1 Student Body Play 12 Nat Honor 234 Intramurals 34 St Body Play Production Stall 3 Pres Nat Honor Soc 4 llusnness Mgr of Annual 4 Barker Staff 4 Chalr Refreshment Commit for Sadle Hawkxns Dance 4 Co chanrman Dec oratnon of Fr Ball 4 Student Body Ticket Salesman 4 LAWREN QLARRY SLAGLB CAPC 1 Boys Glee Club 12 Band 1234 Band Concert 1 Nat Honor Soc 234 Barker Staff 234 Student Body Play 23 Movxe Projector Operator 234 Orchestra 3 Quxll and Scroll 34 Student Body Play Productxon Staff 3 Annual Staff 34 Pep Band 3 Hun YY Fxve fnovelty band! ll enxor Play 4 Intramurals 4 SHIRLEY M SHERVA Trans From Roosevelt Hugh Portland Ore 3 Announcer for Jumor Hugh Concert 3 Student Body Play Productxon Staff 3 lntramurals 3 Song ueen 4 Boosters 4 Queen of adxe Hawklns Dance 4 Se mor Play Productxon Staff 4 Annual Staff 4 Princess ol Semor Ball 4 HJ Vw-W LEE J SAUSSER Intramurals 234 National Honor SOCletv Z Football 23 Track 23 Student Body Play Productnon Stall 3 Tennis 3 Senxor Play 4 Annual Ad Salesman 4 pf T Russsu. Bulldog Barker 123 Bus Mgr 4 Treas Class 3 Ir Prom MC 3 Speech Clan Play Radio Forum 3 Coke Sales 3 Sadne Hawkms 3 Fr Il1lll3fl0h Com 4 Yell Lead er 4 Boosters 4 Semor Play 4 ll'C ua 4 Sr Decoraung omnnttee 4 DONNA CAROL Annensou Glee Club Accompamat 12 Barker Stall 1234 Intramu rals 1234 Annual Stall 234 Server at If Sr Prom 2 Nat Hon Society 234 Usher ette at St Body Play 2 Usher ette at Commencement 2 Or chestra 34 Glrls League RepresentatIve3 Chair Entex tamment Com Tr Sr Prom J H S 3 GA.A 4 rs Qextette 3 Copyreader lor Barker34 Chalr Ent St Pat flCkl Dance 3 Girls Lealue Secretary 4 Feature Eflltor Barker 4 Vxce Presldent l Ounll and Scroll 4 Operetta 4 BARBARA I RICHARDSON Glee Club 1234 Intramurals 1234 Nat Hon Soc 23 Kmghts 234 HAS 23 Class Secretary 3 Ch:-urman Sa due Hawkms Dance 4 Clrls League Ren 4 Operetta 4 An nual Staff 4 Secretary ol Kmghts 4 Queen of QCIIIOI Ball 4 Operetta 4 JAMES Umj REED Football 1234 Basketball 123 Kmghts 1234 Presxdent f Km hts 4 Barker Stall 0 B 4 Fxre Squad 4 Art Edxt of Annual 4 PATRICIA D fPAT, joe RAVIOTTA SANFORD Transfer Sacramento Cahf -- 4 Bums 23 B Football 23 A Basketball 4 Flre Sq d aaHSgeech Play 4. B Bull: 1 FLOYD J. Psrrrr Reception Com. 15 Fr.-Soph. Decor. Com. 12g Jr.'Sr. I ball Decor. Com. 34 g 1-'ire Squad 34 5 Bonfire Com. 345 Sadle Hawkins Decor Com 34 Wm Danow Psnsnsou Football 1234 Intramurals 1234 Radxo Club 1 Student Body Play Produc Stall 3 F LEE PENNINGTON Glee Club 1234 Kntghts 1234, Secretary of Class 1 Barker Stall 123 Intramurals 123, Pm Pong Champ 12 Serv er or Mothers Tea 23 HA S 23 Yell Leader 2 Student Bod Play 3 Sports Carnival ng Queen 4 Operetta 4 Evnmm P. PAPPB1. Transferred .from Springfield, Ore. 25 Gxrls League Rep. 2g Clee Club 2: Song Queen 45 Senior Ball Princess 4' Secretary f Boosters 4' Barker Stall 4 Christmas Play 4 Gamxm L Uann Palma Barker Staff 12 HnY PC l Gl Cl u dent Body Pl rod Staff 2 Nat Hon. Annual Sta 34 Quill d Scroll 34 P A S t m Operator 3 Stage Man e Play 4 Chaxrman Q Scroll Pep Dan A141 Pxmxcul QPAU Owaus Transferred from San I-ran cxsco Lam, 1 Intramurals 34 blee Club 34 Sporta Car mval 3 Chanr Entertammmt Mothers 'lea 3 Radio An nouncer for Pubhc Spealtmg 3 Debate 4 Presndent ol Boost ctrs 4 Song Queen 4 Chau' man of Sensor Ball 4 Chair man Clean up Sadie Hawkma Dance 4 Semor Play 4 Op eretta 4 Annual Staff 4 U PAULSON ub 1234 Intrmurals l2 Barker 12 Knights tudent Body Play N tonal Honor Soc 2 An ua Staff 23 Server at others Tea 2 Chaxrman of Inv Com for Jr Sr Prom 3 Song Queen 34 Pres ol Pub Speakmg Class 3 Treas of Glee Club 34 Produc Stafl Semor Play Dec Com Mothers Tea 3 1' ARRBARA UAN A 4 Ush tte Ban Cct2 Usherett ommct 23 Annual Staff Sports Car Chmn Food Com Skip Da Baskeball Capt 3 Volleyball Capt 3 Yell Leader 34 Sec HAS 3 Pres Girls Glee Club 34 Trxple Trlo 34 V P Pub Speak Class 3 Chaxr Xma Prog 3 Com Chair Booster Knxght Part 3 DA.R Cand 4 PepslCoa Schl Cand 4 Asst Bus Mgr An 4 Co chair Dec Com Sr Ball 4 Semor Play 4 Operetta 4 Pres Gnrls League 4 Prmcess Sr Ball 4 Debate Club 4 CCont at End of Sectnonl l'lAROLD j O1.soN Pootball 134 Basketball 1234 Intramurals 1234 U N U 34 .lreasurer Senior Class Nxce Presndent ol 0 N B 4 1' e Squad 4 knights 4 Lu H NOGGLB Intramurals 1234 Track 34 Annual Stalf 4 Production Stall Senior Play 4p Pepa: Cola Scholarship Candndate 4 ff DNR 4 tn -1-1 5 KBN, Nom. Football 15 Basketball 125 Glee Club 125 Baseball lntra- murals llg Sadie Hawkins Committee 25 Intramurals 345 Lunior Prom Committee 239 ecoratinix Committee. Junior Prom 35 rack 35 Senior Ball Committee 4.' Ivy I. MARTIN Glee Club 12345 Sextette 4. Girls' Sextette 35 Public Speaking Play 35 Intramurals 45 Annual Staff 45 Operetta 45 Senior Ball Entertainment Committee 4. A Mr'-MYQJ jorm L MAKEY Football 1234 Basketball 12 rack 3 ON Football Captain 4 Student Council Repr entativ 4 HAROLD E MAILLARD Track 34 Band 4 ,, Q M FERN LYoN Glee Club 12 Bark Staff 1234 Art Ed Bulldog Bull l In Jr Sr Prom 1 Hat Ck Girl Senior Ball 2 Server Ir S Prom 2 Usherette Band Cc! 2 HAS 23 GAA 4 Hon Soc 234 Class Theas2 Stu Body Play Pro Stall' 2 Chairman Girls League As sem 2 Sports Car 3 Student Body Sec 3 Usherette Stu Body Play 3 Quill and Scroll 34 Mayorette 3 Chairman Ir Sr Prom 3 Dec Chair It Si Body Dance 3 Usherette at Bacc 3 Usherette at Com CCont at hnd ol Section! PATRICIA M. QPAT, LHNERVILLE Glee Club 12345 H.A.S. 235 G.A.A. 45 Basketball Capt-. 145 Intramurals 12345 Annual Ad Salesman 45 Triple Trio 35 Student Body Play 35 Ush- erette for Senior Play 45 Re- freshment Chair. Senior Ball 45 Operetta 4. JAMES E. Um, LsNE1zvn.1.B Basketball 345 Track 345 ln- tramurals - Basketball 235, Football 12, Volleyball 123. MARIAN Knnss Glee Club 12 Girls Trio 12 Girls Sextet 12 Intramurals 1234 GAA 4 Senior Pla 4 Debate Club 4 Barker taff RICHARD fDICK, Kmms Band 12 Merchant Marine 1 year Vets Club 34 ERNEST R Ka an Ore 4 Lettermens Club 123 F FA 12 Band 134 ee Club 123 Operetta 23 Annual Staff 3 Ir Sr Prom Com 3 Boys league 3 Student Body Play 3 Fire Squad 3 Old er Boys Conference 3 Senior Play 4 I I I n i . W 5 1 - l . 9 345TQ 5. --B-341 ' ' ' 4. V ' T I x in , 1 Q G . I 5 . 5 : ' 3 2 trarnurals 12345 Hat Ck. ' Girl Transferred from junction City, .- . 1 - -av . : ' : I , ' 5 ,- .. . . . 5 3 Cl 5 . ., . 5 . . . 5 Nat: 5' .- . ' . . RICHARD J KELLY Tramlerred from Jeffer-.on Hugh Portland Oregon 3 Annual Stall 4 DONALD F QDON1 KELLY Knights 1234 Football 1234 Basketball 12 Iuruor Varsity Basketball 3 Glee Club 1 Vnce- Presldent ol Llass 2 Barker Stall 3 Business Manager of Barker 4 Fare Squad 4 An nual Stall 4 DARLENE WALKER Glee Club 12 Christmas Play 24 Girls League 1234 Nlotll ers Tea 123 RAMONA JUNE DRAPER Glee Club 12 Intramurals 123 S 23 AA e Leader 2 Boosters 234 Sec retary of Glee Club 3 Serv r oth rs Tea li:u'cer er lo M e Staff 3 Sports Carmval 3 Quill and Scroll 34 Secxe tary of Qulll and Scroll 4 Senior Play 4- Song Queen -1. Pnnrcul L. QPAU HULL Translerred-Gresham, Oregon was we ROBERT G QBOEQ HUGH Prestdent ol Freshman Qlass 1 Fotoball 123 Barker Stall' 123 Basketball 1234 Track 1234 Boosters 1234 Booster President 3 Student Councnl Representatrve 3 O N B 34 Fire Squad 34 Public Speak mg Announcer 3 Sports Edu tor of Barker 3 Vnce Presldent of Senior Class 4 O N B Pres :dent 4 Booster Treasurer 4 Basketball Captam 4 ROSELLA L HUBBELL Transferred from Sterlmg Colorado 3 Volleyball and Basketball Intramurals 1234 GAA and Award 12 Op- eretta 1 Carmval Sports 123 llaccllaureate Usher 3 GRACE HOFER Transferred from Coos Bay 2 Glee Club 124 Band 123 Ma Hr Times Re rter 1 Server at Mothers e 1 Barker Staff 2 Intramurals Band Consent 12 nd Festival at Ashland 3. -01 :rf f'V KENNETH W QKENQ PIESS Natlonal Honor Society 2 Student Body Play 2 Business Manager St Body Play 2 Intramurals 2 A Squad Bas ketball Manager 34 Annual Stall 3 Sports Fdxtor l Barker 4. ' ARNOLD HENDERSON Track 34. r, or ,4- 1 7 , 4 ? CARL I Gorman Intramurals 1234 Radso Club l Natmnal Honor Society 234 Senlor Play Production Stall 4 PATRICIA E QPATQ GALLIA Treasurer of Class 1 lntramu rals 12 Orchastra 1 Band 1234 Barker Staff 1234 Ed :tor Bulldog Bulletm 1 Clee Club 12 Band Concert 1234 Band Fest at Ashland 3 Nat Honor Soc 243 HAS 23 GAA 4 Knlghts 1234 Server for Ir Sr Prom 2 Ilsherette Com 23 Usherette Bac 3 Quill and Scroll 34 rts Car 3 Vice Pres Nat on Soc 3 CoCl1a1r of Pro Ir Sr Prom 3 Usherette at St Body Plav 3 St Body Sec 4 Usherette at Semor Play 4 W K Footba 1234 Basketball 12 untor Varsity Basketball 3 mghts 1234 Intramurals 1234 Glee Club 124 Barker Staf 12 Track 123 Student Coun Rep 2 Annual Salesman 2 Basketball Ann 34 Chalr of Inv Jr Sr Prom 3 St Body Play 3 ONB 4 All county Football player 4 Debate Club 4 Senlor Class Play 4 An nual Staff 4 Fxre Squad 4 Oper Stage Mgr 4 St Ltbrar tan Vlce Pres Glee Club 4 ROBERT B QBOBJ GAGE HI Y 1 Intramurals 123 Band 1234 Glee Club 12 Band Concert 123 Football 23 O chestra 234 Ir Varsity Bas ketball 3 Student Body Play 3 Chaurman Clean up Com Ir Sr Prom 3 Student D1 rector of Pep Band 4 JAMES E fjmj FRANSON 4' f-7 --ug, 'VK JANET M HART Drum Mayorette 12 Glee Club 1234 Barker Staff 12 Chair of Clean up Mothers Tea 1 Gxrls League Rep 1 Intramur als 1234 Student Body Play Double Sextet 2 I-lA.S 23 St Dlrec St Body Play 3 Xolleyball Captain 3 HAS Treas 3 Booster Sec 3 All Star Volleyball Team 3 Yell Leader 3 Annual Stall 34 Tnple Tno 34 Vlce Pres of Glee C1ub4 GAA 4 G A A Pres 4 Boosters 34 Song Queen 4 Debate Club 4 St Dlrec Operetta 4 St Dlrec Semor Play 4 MAn1E'rrA J HARPST Transferred lrom Srletz 2 Out standmg Student Certlllcate 1 Server at Iunlor Prom 2 Bookkeepmg Award 3 HARRY QW:-xxmrj HARDCASTLE Vxce Presxdent ol Class 1 Boosters 1234 Football 1234 Track 1234 Annual Salesman 1 Barker Staff 123 Basket b ll 12 Chair Senxor Frosh Dance 1 Class Presxdent 2 Bond Salesman Z Business Manager of Barker 23 Speeds Club 2 Xu-e Preslrlent of t Body 3 ON B 34 ut an Scroll 34 Chair mnt St Body Dance 3 Sr Body President 4 CoCh-nrman f Sensor Bal' 4 Co-Chair Ir Sr Prom 3 H LEE GREAVBS Band 1234 JACK Gouusy Football 23 Flre Squad 4 F Parnzcm QPU, Fousy Barker Staff 1234 Intramu rals 1234 Glee Club l St Body Play 2 Nat Honor Soc 234 HAS 23 GA.A 4 Set: of Class 2 Usherette at Comm 23 Server at r Sr Prom 2 Treas Girls ague 3 Co Chau' Sadie Hawkins Dance 3 Ushcrette at Bacc 3 Champ Volle ball Team 3 Quill and Scrol 34 Sports Camxval 3 Decor Chair St Patncl:-s Dance 3 Treas St Body 4 Pres Qulll and Scroll 4 An nual Staff 34 DAR Cand 4 Usherette Sr Play 4 Lavon N Fauna Track 1234 Fare Squad 34 O N B 234 Sr Prom Com 4 Hallowe en Dance Com 4 SHIRLEY Y Enwm rts Carmval 3 Glee Club l rver at Ir Sr Prom 2 Radio Ann 3 Annual Staff 4 Intramurals Basketball 4 WERNER E Emcxsorx Intramurals 1234 Radio Club 1 Boosters 34 Yell Leader 3 Sensor Play Production Stal' 4 MJW'-' WILLIAM M QBILL, DURFLINGER Radxo Club 1 Natrona! Hon or Society 234 President of Nat Hon Soc 3 Vlce Presn dent of Class 3 Track 3 Pres ldent of Class 4 Enwm Dau. Intramurals 1234 Fure Squad 4 IMALBB Davis Glee Club I2 Barker Staff 12 34 Band 234 Co Chalr S due Hawlnns Dance 3 Pep Band 34 Band Festnval at Ash land 2 Band Featlval at Myr tle Pom! 3 Annual Staff 4 Sensor Play 4 Senior Play Productnon Staff 4 HARVEY Cum: Transferred from St Helens 4 Intramurals 1234 Annum P QBUDQ BMN1' gooltlgllsnk lzliagcetballni ar tor of Barke 3 Bggn. .- r stera 34 Intramurals 34 Co Chalfmgn Sadne Hawkins Dance 4 Fare Squad 4 T Roma EY BRADLEY Transfer Mapleton Hugh I Intramurals 234 px? ,:l4c,LOLw.f JACK P Bownox-I I-I Y 1 tramurals 1234 Student y Play Productlon Staff 3 Senxor Play Produc IOH T 4? V7 LUELLA BEACH Transfer Lake Stevens UHS 3 V Pres Honor QOCICCY 2 Gym Carnival 3 Student Ilody Cmmcnl Member 1 Class Treas l Class Play I Yell Leader 2 GAA 2 Asst Director St Bodv Play 2 Glee Club 2 Dramatlcs 2 Mothers Tea Com 3 Dononss I BARMETTLOR - Glee Club 2 Ushetette at LE!-ANU BEACH Class Night 3 Annual Staff 4 T f S christmas may 4 rans er nohomnsh Was SYLVIA L Blanc H A S 23 G A A 4 Bark et Staff 1234 Bulldog Bulle tux 1 Glee Club 12 Senior Play 4 Exchange Edxtor of Barker 4 Ping Pong Tour nament 4 Annual Staff 4 GERALDINE T fGERRY, Bmsm Transferred from Jefferson I-hgh Portland 4 Glee Club l Band 1234 l-reshman Quar tet 1 Girls Athletic Assocla tu,-ml Re-Transfer Club 3 Or chtstra 3 Slg-ma Ama Ch 3 Semor Play Production Staff 4 QWI 9U VVILLIAM J QBILLJ BECK Football 12 Basketball I Track 1234 Intramurals 34 Barker S aff 1 7 '37 14414 Haig-if Football l Christmas Illy 4 Anonm-1 BASTENDORFF Clee Club I Intramurals 12 President of Veterans Club 1 Color Guard for Football Games 4 5151111 CQUELINE L fJACKIB, AMS Bond and Stamp Com 1 Boosters 1234 Barker Staff 1234 Barker Fdltor 4 Glee Club 12 Intramurals 1234 H AS 23 GAA 4 Student Body Play 23 Server at Sr Prom 2 Chairman I loween Dance 7 Usherette at Commencement 23 Usherette at Baccalaureate 3 Class Presxdent 3 Sports Carmval 3 Quill and Scroll 34 Chair man of Favors at Nu Beta Luncheon 3 Annual Staff 4 CCont at End of Sectmny Gonnon Enums Transferred from Oakland Lal! -I W 1 N Y 'ltr -i J'c-.. 'uni' lllllllll, E 1- STYLE SHOW Spring Comes to North Bend Valentines Day Top center left to rxght. Fern Lyon Dean Smith Ramona Irwm Dolores Howley Mr Aldrich secretary chamber of commerce Mr. Frye mayor of North Bend Bob Gage Mr. Valenti:-e -Vfally Lee. Center left to right: Bob Gage Mr. Valentine -Wally Lee, Miss Valentine -Phyllis Tyberg, Mr. Frye, mayor, Betty Paulson, Dick Russell, Barbara Pasquan. Bottom, left to right: Bob Gage, Wally Lee, Phyllis Tyberg, Bet- ty Paulson, Barbara Pasquan, Bob Spears of the Mtlsic BOX. wr' 948 HLS R1 Di za t C I ttzt utzfu Not Pxctured Shtrley Bznnxster Davld Ruppe Wfesley W' Nhssey Edgar Wlllxaxxm Bowen Lonnle Webb Plovxs Brant fam. farm fowziaf Robert L Vffxlllamson ames Bernharclt Gordon Tewsley George Hardcastle Wdlxam A Fox Nl FERN LEON cCOI1IlI1L1Cd, feature Fdltor Birlcer 4 Annual ECIIIOF 4 Clnrr I resh men Senlor Reception 4 Clnlr Dec Com S1d1e Htmlclns Dqnce 4 PLPSI Colq Sch find 4 Sr Pliy Prod Staff 4 Usherette Senlor Plw 4 Clnxr Sclmol Com for Nat Hon Soc 4 JACQUELINE L QACKIEJ ADANIS fcontmuedj BARBARA A PASQUAN fcontmuedj Flint Imtmtlon Com 4 D A R Cmd 4 Usherette Boosters 1234 Bulldog Barker 17 Intramurals 1234 it Semor Pln 4 Press Conference Fugene 4 fhur Student COUHCll Rep 1 Glee Clulw 1734 Chart Cllrxst Refre hment Corn I'lAS Ifl1I11I'l0D 4 Nitl Hon Soc mis Program 7 Ushetette Senlor Plw 7 Student Body 34 Pul fxlmr for Semor Plu 4 Play 123 il s'?x Q9- . 1 'A P E fl 7 l , 3' V - 7 ' 7 f -4 f - , f. Lg - - . . . ll V A J 3g .Annual Staff 343 Chair. Pagoda for Nlothers Tea 33 'X 5 cqufoy 'mpgs HEYPERI4 C7121 chfis for The mommg was sharp wxth the fnrst buds of autumn That September m 1944 When wrth reluctance and trembhng Another class of lowly Freshmen At the ponderous doors of North Bend Hugh Drd appear But twas an ordinary class this Who our ftrst year ended covered wlth glory Splrlted away we that coveted cxtlzenshlp trophy And actxve more were we rn every way Than any dull Freshmen before us But also we were commltted To the vxlest of tortures ever given mrtnates Through all such tnals of Freshman Week Came we With strength and forbearance So xt was that our Sophomore year Found us a verltable dynamo Of energy Every dnve and charrty fund Was backed by us we won our merits Frghtmg for our quota We backed the Cancer Fund Forelgn Axd and March of Dxmes too To the Red Cross was not dented a healthy contrlbutxon That year lf not by any other we blazed our path of glory Bonds were sold to and constructxon Of the grandstands Which helped to make our athletlc fleld One of the finest m the State Leaders were we an the sale of those bonds XVh1ch upped our Student Bodys funds As September and Indlan summer Once agam rolled around We could hardly belxeve rt was tnme for school And a year as upperclassmen Student Body offxces found The Tumor class wlth two Whrtey was NICE president Fem Lyon kept the mmutes Actlve also ln Glrls League was Secretary loyce Carver And xt was thls year too that Pat Foley Became mterested rn matters of fmance As treasurer of the League That year found several of our meml ers Inltlated formally as Charters In the flrst chapter of the ulll and Scroll That old N B H S had known More and more among our boys Iettermen began to appear In football basketball And track Not to be outdone The girls Won the volleyball tournament wrth prlde The H A S was actne putting on a carnlsal And the grandstands were fmxshed ln a grand Dedication ceremony Xvhtch thanked townspeople students and parents For thetr able co operat1on Santa Claus found our class Tl Chr: tm program sponsors Full of Yuleude sprnt and boundmg wrth good cheer The chmax of thas our ultra7soc1al year Was the annual umor Seruor Banquet And Prom all rolled mto one Such a group of hustlers the lrke was ne er seen before As we slaved the year through To fmance that one grand mght of fun The Balboa was the appornted spot To quote the mvltatlons And Colonlal was the theme T rxed chlcken melted into the mouths of all As we sat formally arranged at tables Bv the cheery chucklmg fxreplace And as the evemng tlcked away The orchestra played dnvxnely forcmg trred feet to dance And at twelve oclock s The umors never to be forgotten Prom X as over for another year And perhaps that graduatlon night lor the Class of 47 Found some of our ranks a tremble For the followmg school year s endmg It truly was a mlghty class That strode the halls on the opemng l y of school the fall of 47 And we preened ourselves with pnde Before admxrmg Freshmen And gave them a vengeful mmatlon So that our true mlght would be known ut those Frosh we know they forgave us the night of the Semor Frosh Receptlon or we gave them quite a party make amends for all Student Body officers found Hardcastle Cur whxte halred boy as presldent And Pat Gallxa and Foley as 9 fret rx and treasurer respectlvely Grrls League was headed ably Bv President Barbara Pasquan who won the D And p00gl8 Young was vlce presrdent Whlle Donna Anderson was scribe December found us busy For twas our joyful duty to sing In the Community Christmas Parade And that month too we gave our Senxor Ball Wlth the nch and resplendent theme Of Wlnter Wonderland Thesplans always We had actively taken part In Student Body plays untxl this very last year When we gave that comedy ACC1dChfS Will Happen As our wltty Senior Play Throughout the year we combmed our talents In athletics debate and music Bobby Hugh was captam of the basketball team And ohn Makey headed the football crew Lack of brams was not our lot For Jerry Pame led them all as class Valedxctonan Whnle Fem Lyon a wxttv one too came tn close As Salutatonan 7 ! 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V .. 1 .r . , I , ' . , I nr- , s as . , .. , -, . xx . -,-t V. ---..vv. axes,-Vx f.,-e-f!ff,-vv-vN- - Q 9 4 8 H E S P E R I A MW . . .N ,sweetest-.,---. .-.-. .-aWWMWAN VM On that memorable night When the honored ninety-two Moved slowly up the aisle in regal cap and gown, Bethought each of former years Spent ln tha building by the bay And on our lips the senior song estoomng the galleries our class colors and flowers Sc' green and ivory blended with the yellow rose b And in our hearts our fitting motto Not at the top but climbing And in those ranks there numbered ten f. qw,Mvf Who. throughout those twelve years Had been schoolmates, from their first day at school To the graduation night. These ten jack Goll Carl Golder Larry Slagle Dean Smith janet Hart Ken Hess Barbara Pasquan Donna Anderson Jun Wdsm and Don Kelly Have gone through those years in comradeship And all along the way 'Nlames were added and taken away And the ones that remained for that fateful day Became unified as never before To form the mighty Class of 48 By DONNA ANDERSON chan Lptoflhlaa SCENE-Heaven the year nineteen hundred and tty ezght Ball Durflmger ormer Senior Llas president and now chze angel m charge o lh lwes 0 students 0 the N B H S Class o 48 ts seated at a large desk thumlnng through paper At his sxde are hrs tuo asszstant angels ackre 4d ams and Pa! Foleq who achieved their positions by writing this class prophecy Bull calls or hu record 0 the lwer o his ormer classmates 4 large hook zs brought 171 rom which the angels read the ollonmg eaents nz th lwes o their ex classmatess Bill Beck Ken Hess and Marion Krieg have banded together and formed the now famous Un associated Press B111 provides the ideas for editorials Ken does his duty o the sport section and Marion who could always tum out pages and pages of copy takes care of anything else needed They have course the aid of Mrs Adams Larry Slagle has his own business nom a catnera shop no less He takes the pictures and develop them with Barbara Ulery his very competent clerk Oh Oh we dldnt do so well with Barbara and Bud as vet she hasnt been ahle to pm him down he lust stands and pops his bubble gum' Nortl' Bends class of 48s athle es did them selves proud by joining together to form the Ponv Slough Sluggers a pro football team which travels all owe the country playmg anyone who dares Those toughies re Lavor Ferre lack Goll Harm Hardcastle Boh Hugh Don Kelly lim lener vllle lohn Makev Harold Olson Darold Peter son oe Raviotta im Reed and Frank Younker They are 'managed lu Pat Ox ens who makes them keep the trictest of training The Fmture vang have banned together m a amoaign o 'vu Fmplre on the map They are led In thewr crusade bv Ken Noel Since Fern lvon made such showing for herself with the art e hybzt f the drawings of the backs of peoples heads the gang felt that Empire deserved a place along with Coos Bay ust as we all expected jerry Pame made quite a name for himself in music he is known as ungle erry and plays torr1d songs at the 'Tropical Re- treat 1n New York City Janet Hart is currently appearing there also Her specialty is still Chloe Those fellows of auto shop fame now own a shop of their own on Sherman avenue Richard Kelly Dick Kerns and Floyd Pettit are the grease monkeys in charge We re all whispering I knew hun when about that now famous Hollywood star Jack Gouley ack nex er showed mucl' in erest in the stage at high school me vtond if those glamour g1rls down there hecame too great a temptation Oh yes our for mer song queens Evelyn Pappel Betty Paulson Lee Pennington Shirley Sherva and Ramona Irwin are smcerelv hoping to become more powerful than ex her Po ers or Conover Bob Gage is still iently orkmg to form an or hestra from among' h classmate Ger ldme B m Ima Lee Davis Pat Gallia and Lee Greaves com posed his latest group of fine musicians Maestro Gage is very well pleased they have ttst finished an engagement in the Hollywood Bowl Barhara Pascu rw is tour-mg Russia now a a Prima Ballerina Actuallx she is a secret agent for the F B l We re till mms' to find out if thev hate the atom laomh Rv the wa Daud Ruope is nom taking l Edgar Hoovers place as head of the Need we sas more than that Adolph Bastendorff 5 h s a car t onderl therefore he still has rar trouble and 1 always late to work lust as he used to be in school Of course l-larves Clark still rides with him. Luella Beach nov. owns her own beauty shop ut she still has short bangs 6 7 7 , 9 Q 7 , . . . . T I , , . , g n - 5 N . ,. . . 7 '- F 1 l 9 . . . . ,K . . . ,, . . . . . , , , , . . .. - ct,t, . .- . .- .,,. . . W. .e-.c--......,.,....V,e J V 7 . . . f E J , . . , f i f , . . . l . HJ . . . . , . . 77 ' K ' .t J . . . I, . 1 I . A - ,, . . . . I I . . , . . A . . . ,, ,, - f e - 5 , - - tx , - 77 A - g L A . I . . ' A t ' , . ' . ' . . I . - a syndicate which promises a good future. with. of have formed a modeling agency of their own. They A .I l ' is A T T L N' . . . . . ' s ' ' tw' ' w f - Q ' ' , c . . . . is .. . s 2 ' ee . ' . , . - ' - - . . - , - " , ' .B A y S . . I . . . 1 . A , s s 9 5 ' ' A t . , . l . - I ' ' u as V ' ' 1 I ' - A , A ' . l , Q . 7. . . ' 1 , v K Y 4 P V- y' ' l - . . , V Q Y I - F. B' I' . h ,r A ,, V. V till a . In s w . . S ' ' ' U . 's ' ' . A i . . ' A D . r , I L A 6 I ' ll ' x . ,, n I D 1 A . . V l f F . . f, B t - . a . C 1948 HESPERIA Sylv1a Berg has also lomed the l1st of proprle tresses bv tak1ng over the N B Confectlonery from Helen and Blll It IS now called Bergs Burger House VUe never knew much about Lonme Wfebb 1n 'act e st1ll dont Ir 15 rumored he st1ll llves 1n f'oqu1lle but VISIIS here occas1onally You can stlll fmd P00218 Young plavmg r1cks on peo e almost any t1me but 1n her spare 1me she IS studymg to be a Lab Techn1c1an 1n the laboratory of Ke1zer Bros and ohrson s hosp1tal I hate to mennon lt but Ron Rus ll IS st1ll go mg to N B H S poor boy but IIS really h1s own fault HIS only consolat1on IS that he has been al lowed to remam pres1dent of the Pep club Pat Sanford IS a bl t1me dress cleslgner and cre a or of the new look She now operates a f1rst class womens apparel shop on Srh avenue 1n New York Rosella Hubbell who got her exper1ence nn Sorouse REICZ 15 her head clerk and Pat Hull 1 he head cash1er lm Franson after bemg selected as a candldate for Mr Valentxne dCCldEd to become a model he IS now workmg 1n compet1t1on w1th our former pepsters Ir seems that Dolores Barmettlor and Manetta Harpst from Charleston got so t1red of be1ng late o f1rst peruod that they resolved to do somethmg about It Wfe see that thev have They have started a Hellcopter Seruce wh1ch p1cks up students from all stops out of town Fmest Kennedy now has charge of the Kennedy Department store whuch OCCLIPICS all the block of h1ch thev formerl had only a corner Carl Golder IS the CIIVS verv CODSCICDYIOUS safe ty comm1ttee cha1rman H1s ma1n duty IS to pre vent speedmg near the school areas Dean Welch IS another up and comlng busmess man our class has produced He has a servlce stanon which Sp8Cl3llZCS 1n over nrght pamt jobs H1s ma1n rade comes from the SOCICW women who want the car to match the color of the1r l1pst1ck and naxl polish Roya Wamken IS crusadmg lh Wash1ngton D C for more equal rlghts for students Wxth her 1n her battle 1re Rod Bradley and Lu Noggle who were recru1ted bv Royas arguments In Soc1al Econ Betty Wagner now has a lovelv home and 1 flne famllv due mamly to Mrs Schepmans and 1n Homen1ak1ng Royce Wnght beheve 1t or not IS now do mg exh1b1t1on wrestlmg under the name of M1ghtx Monster Lee Sausser Wemer Enckson and .lack Bow ron all from across the Bay have lomed together to have the school day shortened It seems they are the few who remembered to try to better the condmons even though they wouldnt be there to emov thexr xmprovement hav1ng left w1th the class of 57 Ivy Nlartm and Grace Hofer st1ll eat a can bar each morning a hablt they acquxred wh1le tak mg Senxor Enghsh Dr Edgar Bowen IS dearly beloved by h1s many barkmg and meowmg panents He now operates l'1l5 own Small Ammal Hospxtal Inadentally he IS pres1denr of the Verennanans Socnery Lloyd Stone fmally qu1t pretendmg to be such fellow and now no one can compare w1th h1m for lengthy long wmded speeches He IS Pl'CSldCI'lt of the Chamber of Commerce You people flgllfed anyone who could talk l1ke that would be a def1n1te asset to the commumty Jun WHson IS now the mayor of that fme burg North Bend Bay After much pleadmg North Bend gave ln and let Coos Bay 10111 them Leland Beach has always been sony he mpped hl5 wntmg career 1n the bud by qu1tt1ng joumahsm at mld term After wrmng hlS expose on Harold Olson for The Barker everyone thought he would surely contlnue to wnte Shirley EFWIII 15 dolng herself proud as the head nurse for the local h0SPlt3l She was sure nurses ttammg was for her after chemlstry w1th VIC dur Amold Henderson seems to have completely dlS appeared We ll have to conduct a more thorough search for h1m before UIUC for our f1nal report Dean Sm1th has bu1lt 1 new Dutch wmdrmll lh h1s spare t1me he 15 pretty busy though as carpen ters are 1n great demand these days Elwm Deal has taken over h1s fathers 1nsur ance bus1ness m Emprre He IS partly respo'1s1ble for the row of sky scrapers now appear1ng on the mam SUR! Darlene Wfalker has establlshed her own hos pxtal in L A It must have been the tra1n1ng she recelved at KCIZCI' Brothers ec ohnson s I see that Bud Massey wllllam Fox Clovls Brant Bob Wdllamson Gordon Tewsley ames Bemhardt and George Hardcastle must have made full use of the1r tune sper1t overseas Upon retummg to the United States they started a chain of green houses speclahzmg U1 lapanese cherry blossoms Gordon Ellmgs IS now coach1ng the baseball team for h1s old Alma Mater After Pat Lenervllles outstandmg success as the ma1d 1n Bxg Hearted Herbert she has made the stage her career She IS now one of the top stars on Broadway Harold Maxllard IS Still scounng around in a car lookmg for a certa1n l1ttle gzrl he can call h1s own These are the Class of 48 all present and accounted for By Pat Foley and Iackxe Adams A NwMN.,MNVWAwmaMNvNANwAANvVW . A, . ,, . . . . I - . , - . . U , . . . vs 1 , D . W , . , . . H . ,, . . . . . : ' pl ' . 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V ' n ' . . , " ' 9 ' a . . , . , s , . 675011 flflf Ron Russell Ronme I wlll my strong lungS I0 the future yell leaders Pat Lenerville Lenny Leave my humor and jokes to Gall Rxchards Ramona Irvtn Ray Leave my ablllty to model clothes to Ron Llllenthal Gerald Pame Gerry Leaves hxs tallness to Claude Krake Betty Paulson Bets Leaves wrth ack and stxll smllmg Darold Peterson Shoulders Wrlls his com1c books to Johnny Rose Floyd Petltt Red VU1lls hw grandest person allty to B1lly Hughes Laurence Slagle- Larry Wlll my bachelorhood to Dale Wllson Dean Smlth Smltty Wxlls his neon bow tle to anyone who vsants attentxon Shxrley Sherva Sqturrly Wllls her sweet look to Bernard Dooley barhara Ulery Barb Vlfllls her shyness to Frank lVIatson who 15 North Bend s terror on the Doo die Bug Dean Welch Deanle Wdls hls smooth run mng ca to anyone who will have It ane XV1lson m Leaves gladly Darlene XValker Dar Wllls her pm curls to lVIr Talus Roya Wamken Roya Vlfxlls her tmy flgure to I'ommy Manos Betty o Iveans Wagner Lewes for her household dunes Pat Owens Legs Leaves her carrymg volce to Mr Maher I-ern Lyon Wllls her arttstxc Hblllty to Wanen Hunt and hm Scott Ivy Martin Blondie Wxlls her fondness of the name Kelly to the lover of the Irish lohn Makey Blg ohn XV1lls h1s flghtmg spmt to young Hesseltme Wtlllam Beck B111 Leaves hls wrestlxng ability at noon hour to Clarence Suggs um Reed I wlll my getting along mth gurls to Curt and conversely leave my swollen jaw to any hov who has nerve enough to argue wxth a woman Frnest Kennedy Ernie Leave my dancmg abil IIN to Carl Freemanson Lea Pennmgton Penny Leaves school so she can hook a man Frank Younker Lover to jerry Wwton Leaves Phyllis Tyberg Evelyn Pappel Red to Betty Snead Wxlls her fxery red halr Rodney Bradley Rod Frost Wdl my brams to Dunk Ima Lee Davls Lee ton to the umor class Wnll my ldeas on decor-4 Wxll1am Durflmger B111 Wrlls hts flghtmg spmt to the oncomlng presxdents Iavor Ferre Wllls h1s speedy feet to 1m Metcalf Patrlcla Sanford Pat Bequeaths her scissors to Blll Pmg for she thmks he would be a cute dress maker Geraldme Beem Gerry Wdls her sense of hu mor to Bob Wylle Sylv1a Berg Bergle Wllls her hearty laugh to Denms Tobm Edgar Bowen Wfnlls hrs black hair and sparklmg black eyes to Clifford Hardcastle lack Bovsron Muscles Wxlls hls gettmg along mth MISS Beyler to Dode Owens Patr1c1a Galh Pat Wxlls her clean shoes to X 7ancla Boynton Grace Hofer Gracle lust leaves wxth a sparkler Richard Kelley R1ch1e Wfxlls hrs eyelashes to rl t land in Chemlstrx Don Kelly Kelly Boy Wdls hxs lxttle brother Bob to the school so they may always remember the Kellys ln old N B H S Patr1c1a Foley Pat Leaves all the money m th reasury to anyone who wants a headache 1m Franson Dream Boy Leaves Louise ln care of the school Kenneth Noel Ken Leaves hopmg the next shop class s will get ambmous and bulld a fence around the h Il l u lNoggle L Wllls hrs ab1l1ty to make Fords run f-nthfully to Frank Ford Arnold Henderson XVLlls l'us GCFVICCS to Mr Iandrlth as asslstant bookkeepmg teacher Patr1c1a Hull Pat Wllls her lob as cashier at he Lxberty Theater to Wfally Lee Elwln Deal Wtlls his qulet meek manner to Jer ry Wyatt Marietta Harpst Wllls her seat among the gtrls ln Study Hall at noon to John Han Royce Wnght Pee Wee Wins his way wxth women to Harold Reeve I tn - 37 ' ca vs - ct ay 44 77 ' ' , ' I U ,, . . tc as - - ' - cz as - ' rt 97 ' ' K- .. . . 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I 1948 HESPERIA Gordon Ellmgs Gordre Wrlls hrs poster mak rng abrlrtv to the art class Lonnre Wfebb- 'Lonnre Wrlls hrs lrne to Dale Granstrom Wlesley Massey Buddxe Wrlls hrs good appe trte to the Publrc Speakrng class Robert Wrllramson Ape Wrlls h1s abrlrty to get along rn the lungle to the Myrtle Pornt B Squad Gordon Tewsley Tews Wrlls hrs flashrest sur: to Harn Dolezal Adolph Bastendorff Wfrlls hrs vorce to the Boys Glee Club Harvey Clark Harv Wrlls hrs wrllrngness help to the unrors Lee Greaves Wrlls hrs comet playrng to Charlre fraver Rosella Hubbell Rosle Wrlls her grft of a to Tommy Paterson tendance to anyone who can get by wrth rt Harold Marllard Wrlls hrs abrlrty to carve desks t H nvone that lrkes to pav frnes Vlferner Errckson Wrnk Xwrlls hrs flrrtrng eve to lerrx Wyatt Marjorre Young Poogre Wfrlls her favorre word crock to Marv Ann Adams acquelrne Adams ackre Wrlls her ettrn along wrth teachers to Patty Dutch Donna Carole Anderson Deadpan Wrlls her nrckname Deadpan to Mary Ann Rose Dolores Barmettlor Lee Sausser Le Leaves wantrng hrs brother ack to frnd out rf he s related to the flyrng saucers leland Beach Buzze Wrlls hrs car drrvrng to Tommy Graham may he leam to use rt luella Beach jrtterlaug Wrlls her dancrng eet to anvone who knows how Barbara Pasquan Blackre Xvrlls the eamest de srre to ask Mr Shrrver why rt rs that those men who always alk about women rn a sarcastrc man ner are always those who are alwavs marrrecl In formatron please' lames Lenervrlle- Sprder Wrlls hrs good looks nd pet name to Roger Clark loe Ravrotta Lrl Abner Leaves hrs heart to all the grrls who want rt Dax rd Ruppe Good Lookmg Wrlls hrs shyness nd woman hatred to erry Wyatt and leaves as quretly as he came rn Carl Golder Speedy Thrnks hrgh school stu dents should drrve faster for thrs modern age So I wrll Qpeedv to rm Lenervrlle lack Goll The Great Wrlls hrs srgnal callrng to lohnnv Hart whistle what a number lack Goulev Smrley Because of hrs mrllron smrle just wants to sa to hrs brother Bob carrv on' Harrv Hardcastle Whitey Leaves whrle theres trme Ren Hess Nrftv Wfrlls hrs rnterest rn sports to Sonny Gomes Bob Gage Rosre I wrll mv sox to Don Clausen l Barbara Rrchardson Richie leave wrth Bud Brant l Xlfred Brant Bu us left wrth Barbara Bob Hugh Bones Le ves strll wonderrng how one small head could hold all he knows lnet Hart Peroxide Wrll everythrng but Brll Shattuck to Sallv ohnsen Harold Olson Ole Leave my legs to the grrls and my basketball layrng to B111 Shattuck maybe he wants my legs too lloxcl Storre Wfrlls hrs complexron to grrls lucky enough not to have one George Hardcastle Leaves hrs track abrlrty to ack Sausser Flor rs B ant lames Bernhardt Wrllram Fox W1 therr senrorrtx to the Freshmen l 117 Y mn Clays 0 mnelecn hundred' orta eight ezng o forma' mm dc hereby will to the on conzmg Sf-mfr class our personality ,ood I ol: athletic abzlrta actwenexs and popularrta Ba Smmm Smsnm and PAT OWENS ,.,eaemW.,aNMMWLaMWMMMwNw,NW -,A.c,c,,,t, .. ,..-ce-L- ,,x-eM,vc,cv,.--,,. , H , ,, . . - . 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I, . d , I . - ac 1 vs - ' ' , ' ,, , r r -- . . . 1 ' ,' , Y Y ' ' - . v , To those who have lost faith Hearken' To the words whzspered by trees and wmcls and thundered by the waves of the ocean Hearken' Open thy ears and eyes and heart to these sounds And wlth Gods help restore thy faxth Whxle I tell thxs tale of courage Twas rn 1492 a courageous band of men Defxed all rules to found our land Shall we forget? Followed by other settlers dnven by persecutxon from thelr homeland Settlers hardened to flght the ravages o Indxans dxsease and hardshxps Content wxth promlses of opportunmes Content wxth promises of freedom Shall we forget? More men came to thus promxsed land So belxevmg m lts nchness they stamed lts soil with their blood And now If stood ln the beauty of nts youth The symbol of freedom l1ke a gem sparkllng and deslred by all men Shall we forget? As her youth took on maturlty a guldmg hand took form To blossom into the Corstltutxon of the Umted States of Amenca And 1 government of the people by the people for the people A government whlch bore such leaders as XVashmgton and Lmcoln A govemment for whlch brother fought fought friend brother cousm fought cousm friend Oh yes' The blood flowed freely m the ClVll War but at nts end we stnll stoo The Umted States of Amerlca Shall we forget? New she grew by leaps and bounds cl Encouraged and nourished by men of vnsxon Who proclaxmed her the leader of nations Shall We adage! Set apart from other nauons by two oceans Yet looked upon by these same nations as a country on 1ts way to power and greatness Shall we forget? ut peace was not yet to rexgn supreme or would be conquerors raised their 311113 shout defxance and make alhance Wnth a tyrant friend called Death Tlus tyrant showed no mercy to the nch or to the poor And cllmaxed its oppressnon m the FIISI World War Must we forget? Shall we forget? And when If had passed we stood the Wnth the countless number of graves The only vrslble slgn of conflict Fxcept for the tears m the eyes of a mother And the cry on the llps of everyone Is It worth ur? Shall we forget? XVe started agaln on the path to Peace But blockmg our treacherous way S ood lVladam Fate with a mocking smile And lh sarcastlc tones dld say You thmk you have happmess m the cup ol your hand That everythmg IS just flne But In blockmg that path to happmess Wlth the depression of twenty nme' And her prophecy dnd not waver ln the tmlest degree Men gave their llves and men dnd cry It lt worth xt to be free? But out of the wrack and rum Sprang a spmt young and bold Manlfested un F D R our leader And wxth mflmte power took hold To hft us from the murky depths And place our feet on unwavermg ground A character fme and true to mold At last xt had been found' VICIOI' We sxdled toward that luU5lVC peace And cned and begged and pleaded- Contentment ull we catch our breath, no one heeded h yes' We had a lrttle peace whale other nanons fell out of a sky of blue they came o warnmg dad they tell yes' We fought and men did die Luke cattle drxven to slaughter They dxed ln mountams they dled m forests they died m the lmpassxve water call It heroic to d1e lh battle you country you dld defen can a dead hero ever take the place a lovmg son of a lovmg frxend In the heart of the one who loved h1m7 ut Tx Oh VU e or ut Of Nom lf IS over and again we have won Wxrh help of many a friend ,And x e worry about taxes and polltlcs And u hat lS the new fashxon trend IS a troubling question wlthstand the test? nt stro ? nt bessg mto her hmrory and I Yet undemeath C' n democracy Is II weak? I Is nt good? I ust look back w1ll quote XVe shall not fall' IS what everybody Well keep on strugglmg uphill No matter how hard the cllmb Because we have something worth flghtmg or Peace and happiness And xce cream sodas for a dime Wfe shall not forget' So to those who have lost faith I-learren l'o the words whispered by trees and winds and thundered by the waxes of the ocean Hearken' Open thv ears and eyes and heart to these sounds And mth God s help restore thy faith For mth thv fanth thv hope and thy love Democracy and peace shall not pensh from thls earth Ongmal Poem by BARBARA PASQUAN 5671107 E7lgl15,J . .4 - aa . B - , O , . . l , . 4 , ' t ' N ' . ' , . 7 ' Y . "- 7 . . . . . 3 . . F V T - d, . , . , , 2 I , . B ' I' n , - as - ss F - ' ' V V ' ' . . . . . q To - - ' ' ' ' ' ' . s ' 3 - s - - . s . 7 I s 4 1 v . ' Q H ' 7? ' ' V ' ' Can we forget? Wrote- , . . . I. . . . A , Q ' ' . . f .Q ' ' 7 u v 5 . . . ' , ' . ' Y , v , . . 9 - U ' ' -- H . - I 0 . , .' I s , . . . , . . . - . , 7 ' ' ' . . , - . ' v , . . ,W . . I L, . ' ' K - ' 7,5 ' ' 3 . 7 H ' ' n M ' ' '7 7 5 In 1. baud--Iijffiwi Bob Goufeixt f -and Frojfzf Q 'Q 43 1 " wifi' Jva -2' .M V :ya-Q -I 'HIV 'B s+w Gte. S' ' x V -Fvggkygk c,3fJev sf ok Q48 4-VYYC-V 1 plaid W9 W a M -nu sm.--. La -Da gm 6, i 9 a fx Nw Ky ff' ff: X XJ W ffisxr SESS NC UTGS OPPIOYYXOYGS Yeghrngn K iii., GM Q my ff 55231 . A 13, do wig f ., S O 1-1 H6 -fl-1f'1iZD?S seniors ug QM Cl P' T- S ,ff , fff: '34 ff' Q Zfrdeagnada Goof fuck, Seniafzfif -.J x Y? eil' 2 JUNIOR OFFICERS JIM SCCTYT Presldent ROGER CLARK Vlce-President REYTA THOIWAS Secretary BOB BEEE Treasurer SHIRLFY SCOTT Council Representative .X X v L K! A 5 1 x i 4- .1 '3 ' '-we 'O i . . . 5 W ff 7 7 EM REQ So NNN Ski? 'C Nix " :FFF HPV Y .swf nv Av f7f Yi, .ff I flop to bottomb Column 2 Column 3- Column 4 Mlrllrei Timothy Don Mannlleld gb K Roy Olson Q5 :Jo 'X Q 3 Joy Emmett Dolores Slagle Marian Muller Ceenl Bessey Gloria Fnher Dorothy Moore Retta Thomas Yvonne Elleruck Anne Mxlleson Juha Keady Kathleen Reeve Mary Ann Adams Clara Jean Hess Evelyn Holfman Wanda Boynton Karan Peterson Lols Brooke Lorrame Oslerlard ZA? JUNIORS NOT PICTURED Dale Nelson Gene Whltlock Eugene Sanford Carl Egenhoff Duck Sandberg Tom Ferguson Charles lrwm Earl Buchanan Ethel Atcheson Ann Mundell Barbara Johnson Tommy Graham Shirley Scott Mary Ann Rose Wally Dunn Dale Granstrom Clarence Nelson Dale Wnlson Tom Manoa Jnm Metcall Gene Brown Bob Kurttn Column 5- Phylhs Larsen Dorn Byers Gerry Larson Kenth Krambeal LaVon Purcell Don Wyatt 1' ,' ' , i ,I 4 1 .W , ' f f qw x I I I 4' x ' I " 'S I M x, A. of rin' V3 M 5 lv al :iw Zrl "1 N , J I , ,T A -A -. "fl an " g, I X -Qu, . , ff 4',!j.:' Q I Q . cl ,Wff l x ! 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Column 2- Column 3- Bill Shattuck Carolyn Carlson Frank Ford Betty Harleu Roger Clark Jim Brown Lyle Bailey Don Clauuen Carlalee Barmettlor Bob Beebe Pat Choat Patsy Role Ann Marie Buzzard Dick Front Don Berg Arnold Traver Doris Strader Mary Louise Monson ,- lif- .eg 1 5 2 Column 4' Column 5- Jim Scott Patty Groven Craig Danlelaon Patty Dutch Frank Matson Darlene Sherbondy Ruth Wills Jean Holar Muriel Cabral Lana Fink Doris Myer: Gloria Gilbert QS GIRLS LEAGUE COUNCIL Lefr to nght Juamta Combs Sally ohn sen Maqory Young Barbara Rxchardson Margaret Timothy Donna Anderson Bar bara Pasquan, President Mrs Imhoff Advxsor STUDENT COUNCIL Left to nght Bob Hargens Freshman esentatxve Tom Graham Vrce PKCSIKICDC Hardcastle Presnclert Pat Foley Treasurer Pat Gallxa Secretary Shxrley Scott xmnor Representauve Mr Armstrong Pnn Wa . SOPHOMORE OFFICERS FRESHMEN OFFICERS Vemon Beebe President Jessxe Hazzard Vlally Lee Bob Hargens Presxdent John Hart Drclc Russell LOUISE Parks David Watson Dorothy Dm-flmgef l Can, 2 ' - . 3 1 X 4 D . . : ., -. ' . ' J, Rtp I ' 7 ' I 1 , '. I Y 5 l-larry ,. A 5 . , ' ' 1 l I . a Q I 1 V A J' S ' y - clpal y A xl . . 'JF , 2 a . 1 - 9 I 9 s W up v i ' . -.. 5 . , . X., ' i C aa A I I 3 ' 1 . .5 .7 V.. fa fn ' 4' L9 , 4 2 -i -S I V Q, 1 . ,f w KM fy! I 'W C '-1 , pai all .. gvmf' 1 l ' I' ' r a 7 ' .Q , . , 7 ' . n SOPHOMORE CLASS-A TO L-fNamed from left to right, First row Mr Howley Dolores Hnwley Kay Benzel Mlclry Lee Mary Jo Bessey Bette Davis Barbara Koona Lerona Luke Joyce Hotalmg Sharon Erwm Patty Kurtu second row Laura Berterton Lea Davis Betty Lee Jeanme Brophy Pat Fmley Delpha Crawford Laveme Coplen Georgla Burgey essxe Hazzard Barbara Keller oan Fletcher Coreene ren Hunt Vernon Beebe Bemarcl Dooley lmmy Kelly Leslre Kllbom, Gene Foren Don Gibson fourth row Rxcharrl Klenz Melvln Clark Bob Bums1cle Carl Freemanson Vernon Ellls Bob Evmson Don Boag .E SOPHOMORE CLASS- M TO Z-Qnamed from left to nght, Frrst row Lxla Ravxotta Bnllne Snead, Georgla Marks Carolyn Moore Lrla Salxng, jean Shrrtclxtf Kama Woodwud, Zane Patton Hazel Nelson Wxmxe Mrller second row De mar Smnth Dave Wamon Beverly Mme: Patsy Wilson Lu cllle Nelson, Loulse Parks, Gall Rxchards, Myrtle Patching, Donna Saner, rhlrd row Jack Sausser, LeRoy Nelson, Dzclc Rxeboff, joe Penmngton, Don Perlcms, Bob Wylxe, Bud Lodwlclc, Wally Lee, Don Boag, Jim Stout, Tlm McColley - , . 'Sams 4, ' -is L , ' , ' ' . 5 L A' L ' 5 ff, P C1 ' ' ' 4 .6 T ' sis, W F, P - : ' Y I Y , . , 7 . , , y ' 1 Q 5 l : U Q 1 9 3 1 r ' 1 i .l a 1 .l ' 9 Hayes, Frances Duryea, Lola Bowman, third row: Duane Hendnx, Allen jamsgaarcl, Roland Lilienthal, Bucl Lodwiclc, War- , l , D , J , ' , ' 5 1 ' , I 7 Y Y 7 ' ' Q 3 an ff als as e ' 3 L ave gf A l C' g A Q A :Irv . V. .X T r " ',' I 7 - ' 'V ' ' ' l -- ' fs V ' 8 wg. x P ' A ' Q . S R xx ' ' '- ' , sw J 1 4 : , ' v 3 Y 3 g .4 9 5. f l 1 4 LS. . I . . , . . . , , . . . . y . . . . , , . . . - Y , 7 . ' ' , . , Q , I Jul J FRESHMEN A TO L-fA1l named left to nghtj Fxrst Row Odney Grxmm Sue Adams Eumce Brynteson Conme Bo1leau Loretta Beebe Manaxme Landnrh, Pat Eagle, Margaret Cabral Verna Barnhart Alice Dexter uamta Hmze Edna Ferguson Claude Krake second row Kenneth Frederxlcson Margaret Lmdstrom Ann Kenzer Beverly I-lendrxx Catlmerme Kennedy Shu-ley Ladd, Marie Chappell Florence Helms Beverly ensen Maxrne Flack Mlchael Daughenbaugh Vernon Hesseltxne Sonny Gomes thlrd row William Collms M0315 Crump uaruta Emerson Manlyn Lesher Mary jo Edwards Glenda Deal Dorothy Durfllngd' Sally Johnsen Helen Harrison Mary Ford Pat Cross Bill Boag fourth row Don Laslcey Ray Burroughs Jack Anda- son Clifford Hardcastle, Leonard lnton, Harry Dolezal Dnclc Conklm john Hart frfth row Rrchard Devereux Albert Dolezal Bob Hargens, Bob Gouley Leonard Janssen Dale Clarlc,DonAdams FredKusucl1. FRESHMEN M TO Z-QAII named left to rrghtj Flrst row Kane Smlth Coralre Short, Carole Smxth Margxe Pagh Lorrame Shaddy Joan Rush Anita Schlappe, Pa Searles Pat Trnplett Adnanne Snow Elame Taylor second row Dorothy Owens Bonme Turner Ilene Rice une Treat oan Monsebroten Slurley Putman Loma lVlcLarren ean Monsebroten Margy Schofxeld Rxchle Parham Flavla Morrow Bud Wamken tlurd row Ken Russell lanet Rmhards Slnrley Reeves Franlcle Payne Betty Snead Phyllxs Tyberg Avls Zmn Carol Osberg Alta Patton Rlchard Noggle Art Rxchards Ted Smrth fourth row Calvin Oscar Dale Holden oe Maxey ohn Rose aclc McGeorge Don Moms Charles Traver ack Mllls Charles Devereux Dlclc Wnllard Frank Permn fxfth row ames Brewer Elton Sells Ronald Snuth erry Wyan Harold Reeve Dxclc Russell B111 Choat Brll Plng Tom Paterson Robert Pxclcrel Jack Lmdqulst Jerry Lee 1 H gui an-I-I.. id F SHIRLF X 7a liffanfuncl 3'-e 'inu- xx 'hr ' " Boys QUA-RTE'f TRIPLE TRIO Left to nd! Don Perkins, Bob Hargem, Knth K1-am Front row left to rxght Barbara Pasquan, Ivy Martm Wmda Boynton, bel Vernon Ellis, Beverly Mme: aocompamst. Leona Luke Mlss Athey dxrector second row Retta Dell Thomas Pat Lenervxlle, Janet Hart Catherine Kennedy Laura Betterton last row Francs Duryea Jmsne Hazzard, Betty Lee, Louxse Parks Donna Carol Anderson Lula Salmg BOYS CHORUS Frm! row left to rlght Beverly Mlner accompanlst Garence Suggs Leonard Janssen Bob Kelly Don Perlcms Kemth Krambeal Joe Macy Mlss Irlene Athey xnstructor middle row Frank Ford Vernon Elhs Vemon Beebe Dale Holden Elton Sells Don Moms, third row Jerry Wyatg Denms Tobm Don Adams Bob Hargens Jdfylu GLEE CLUB Front left MISS Athey mstructor Front row left to nght Laura Betterton Patty Kurttn Retta Thomas oyce Hotalmg Clara Hess Wanda Boynton lvy Martm Carolxe Short Conme Bonleau Don na Anderson second row Louise Parks Ilene Rxce Lorrame Oster- gard Pat Owens Pat Lenervnlle Barbara Pasquan Dorothy Owens Paulson Lea Pennmgton anet Hart thlrd row Gall Rmh ards Rlchle Parham Lxla Salmg Carol Osberg Shxrley Putman Lerona Luke o Ann Rush Grace Hofer Lorrame Shaddy Mary ann Adams fourth row Pat Eagle Marxlyn Lesher Avxs Zinn Shlrley Ladd, Corrine Hayes, Florence Helms, Georgle Burgcy, Jessie Hazzard, frfrh row Wxlana Fxslc, Kathleen Reeves, Dons Beyers, Frances Duryea, Evelyn Kllby, Betty Lee, Catherine Ken nedy Stone: on Next Page I , ll ll 'I ' x 1 .44 ' - , : ' 1 1 . ss. 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Berry 1 1 J 2 1 - 1 1 1 1 1 1 J 1 1 1 ' 1 5 1 1 1 . 1948 HESPERIA TRIPLETRIO The Trrple Trao was orgamzed from a Sextet m 1945 by Mlss Athev The quahflcatlons are Must be a nember of the Glee Club be at all of the practlces be able to read muslc and be ready to Slng on short notrce So far thas vear the grrls have sung for B P VV Krwanxs P 'I A Model Show Mmlsternal ASSOCIHIIOH umor Prom bes1des the school programs There are mne regular members and two substltutes for each group Although the group had a late start because GIRLS GLEE CLUB The Glee Club has grown raprdly smce last year The constltutron has been drawn up and officers w1ll le elected each year An operetta The Forest Prmce was to be given m early sprmg but was cancelled due to Mlss Irlene Xtheys rllness Mrs Margaret McCoy acted as sub s xtute m tructor durmg her absence The Girls entered the d1str1ct Musrc Festxval and also gate a Sprmg Concert of lVl1 s Athey s lllness thex are domg very well ADVANCED BAND The Band thrs year consrsts of 57 members They began the season by travehng to Myrtle Pomt to play at the faxr Durrng the half at football games they pre sented marchmg formatlons the most outstandmg of whlch was done rn blackout wrth l1ghts on tlaelr caps They marched 1n the Chrxstmas Prelude presented a Sprmg Concert rn Apr1l and played ln the Musrc Fes tlval at Coos Bay They also performed for basketball games and assembly programs throughout the year Ima Lee Daw: MUSIC FESTIVAL RATIINGS The Trxple Trlo Boys Chorus and Wanda Boyn ton twlrler of the Muslc Department are quallfled to go to Eugene for the state contests because of thelr lugh ratmgs The Trxo and Wfanda each rated one nd the Bots Chorus two The Festlxal was held ln hlarslalleld THE BEGINNERS BAND The Beginners Band under the supervlslon of Mr Howley has at present eleven members The purpose of the orgamzatlon IS to prepare students who have just started on an 1nstrument for the Advanced Band The band was larger at the f1rst of the year but some of its members have been promoted to the advanced grou 9 f K , . 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DANCE ORCHESTRA fupper leftj fxrst row left to nght S 4-I A Don Wyan Pat Cheat Don Clausen Bob Gage second row ASSEMBLY HALL Marjory Young Bevcrlv Miner Don Gibson Wally Dunn Pat Fmley Donna Anderson BRASS BAND Qcenrer lcfrj left to rxght Larry Slagle Dale Granstrom Bex erlw Mmer Barbara olmson Don Gibson Wally Dunn mag? is--Q Q 1, 1 In .B aww? ff vin BAND NIGHT BAND FORMING cqu fog 'cczfgzga 1948 Hggpgjglfa X X O09 Ufulla - fnzfzczlrzufuzfa - cglacicafl ra! ,. is, KNIGHTS fr Knee11ng,left no nght john Hart, J Roger Clark, Don Perlcms Harol Ann Mxlleson Phylhs Tyberg Sally Marjory Young Pat Gallxa Barbar Paulson Lea Penmngton ANNUAL STAFI Fxrst row left to nght Dean Wei I vxlle Barbara Pasquan Dean Smal Pat Gallla second row Delores S11 dell Clara Hess Mary Ann Rose S Foley Iaclcxe Adams Donna Ander 1m Reed, Harold Olson Dorothy D1 Goll essle Hazzard, Shlrley Scott I bara ohnson Ivy Martm Ann Mlll bara Rxhardson Maryam Adams Young Iuamta Combs Miss Bev' Shattuck Keith Krambeal Richard I Ron Russell I wg nfl! L..-fivig oll Don Kelly Jun cw Ilm Scott Vincent I ath rnc Kennedy o Dtliy Moore Betty wrt Cfl rolxn 'Nloore Pat Lener Iv n Dorothy Moore 1 x lsm Ann Mun P1cOwens Pat Er m thlrd r w Irma Nlcl.arr1n acl! P I Cheat ar I 1 Dell Thomas Bar r 'Kln Buzzard Poogxe idvnsnr fourth row Bull If Sausser Lu Noggle if QUILL AND SCROLL ftop rnghtj Front row left to rlght Pat Choat Barbara Pasquan Pat Gallia Anna Mane Buzzard Ima Lee Davis Clara can Hess Ivy left to nght Dorothy Moore Ihr Foley Fern Lyon Shirley Scott Ann Mundell Donna Anderson ackxe Adams Dean Smn Lee Sausser Kann Peterson Maryarm Adams B111 Beclc Cralg Dan raison Mrs Adams adv1sor Kenneth Hess Mxss Cecelia ler a vxsor SPEECH CLUB flower nghtj Left to nght Frank Ford Dons Strader Clara Hess Dons Byers Dolores Slagle Lorraine Ostergard, Anna Mane Buzzard Mr Maher advxsor They are now talcmg part m speech meets Story on Next Page . I I '- I , il? , wx , r - X ' I -1 fs. or 2 'A . , W . 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I .L .nr . . , , U 1948 HESPERIA THE KNIGHTS The Kmghts were organnzed as a pep club They decorate the field and the gym at football and basket ball games The Knlghts consist of twenty members and an advlsor Each year they elect sux freshmen to the club Every year they have the Knight Booster plcmc They also give several dances a year ONB The Order of North Bend xs a lettermans organl zatlon estabhshed ln North Bend m 1925 Boys ln thxs orgamzatlon become members by earmng a letter elther nn football basketball or track cially becommg a member an mltxate must polish the shoes of the old members Lettermen from other schools are not allowed to wear thelr letters on the school grounds SPEECH CLUB CONTESTS Those who partlclpated nn the District prehmnnarles were xm Brown oratory debate Dons Byers radio debate Marxan Kneg debate Frank Ford debate Clara ean Hess and Lorraine Ostergard humor ous readrngs Evelyn Pappel and Geralchne Larsen po etry readings Those who qualxfled for the State fmals at Eugene were un Brown oratory Dons Byers radlo speaklng Clara ean Hess and Lorrame Ostergard humorous read mgs Ev lyn Pappel and Geraldine Larsen poetrv read rn s Evelyn Pwppel placed thlrd ln the fmal State event m poetry reading BOOSTERS Thus year the Boosters decorated for football and lasltetb-all games Several noon dances sere guven and the proceeds from these dances and some coke sales were donated to fhe general treasury to ard rn clearmg up some former defxclts The membership IS hm1ted to twenty or fxve actlve students from each class Pep Club members are au mmtncally members of the Boosters AMBASSADOR S CLUB The Ambassadors Club a non sectarlan group meets every Friday afternoon for rehgxous fellowship They usually have a s er chosen from the dxffer ent relrgnous orgamzatlons of the surroun area They encourage good c1t1zensh1p and toleratron A very fme Easter Assembly was presented by the club before the student body at North Bend hrgh FIRE SQUAD The Exre Squad this year 15 more complete than ln any of the precedmg years For the fnrst trme all of the fxre equrpment was checked with the help of Elre Chlef lm Boynton of the North Bend fxre department The Frre Squad also attended several meetings at the local flremens meet mgs lh the Cnty Hall In former years as well as tlus year the umor flre department built the annual bonfire the day before the Amrxstrce football game It lS left up to the fxre squad to make tlus event outstandmg For the flrst time smce before the war the N B f1re department had lts annual Fxremens Ball that was held on New Years Eve The Fxre uad from the hxgh school volunteered to help sell txckets for the ball Most of the boys sold many of those tlckets The Frre uad was also xnvlted to attend the ball free The boys this year also watched the doors and exlts during the Marshfield North Bend basketball games BULLDOG BARKER On the first Monday of each month the efforts of these students are pubhshed ln the Bulldog Barker One of the most remembered features of thxs year was the Easter Issue that was decorated with a brown rab- bn The Barker has taken a great many steps for ward slnce 1943 when If graduated from mxmeographed copy to a prmted sheet The paper IS prlnted by the Coos Bay Harbor ffi 'TA'TTT'-vvvvvvvT'-:TT'TT'-'A'T'T' 'T'-'A'ATA'A'A'T'A'A'-'T'TT'-'A'T:'T:'A'-TT'T , . . , - . . , n a u , . 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O 1948 HESPERIA THE GIRLS LEAGUE The Girls League IS an organlzatlon open to all gurls In lugh school Thls vear they have redecorated e Gzrl I eague room and hate opened a co op store e Bulldog Bar The mam project of the year IS c lVIothcrs Tea whlch 15 held early m May This year e rhemt xs fl u GAA Thus Ofg'lI11Z'llOl'l IS composed of gnrls that take Int m actne sports Ir formerly was known as the ll A S hut th1s year has become affnhated wrth the Gurls Natxonal Athletlc ASSOCIATION They earn pouats lx paltmpatlng m sports such as swrmmmg tenms llmg and mtramurals The mam event of the CS A A year was the Sports Carnrval I esxclent hlary Aann Rose Secretary Evelyn Hoffman Irtasurer Ann Mundell Mary Ann Rose Barbara ohnxon QUILL AND SCROLL lVltIHlTCfSl1lP ln the uxll and Scroll has greatly mcreased smce ns organlzatxon last May There are 'Pl new memhers ln addxtlon to the 10 Charter members Thxs group conslsts of students of unlor and Se n1or standmg that have a grade average of 2 5 or above and who hate contrllauted ln some outstandmg way to the productlon of the school oaper or the year bool: ln the school vear to start a treasury for the orgam 7at1on GIRLS INTRAMURALS Glrls Intramurals got off to a good start this year 1th mmy grrl turning out Miss Nash the P E teacher assxsted the grrls 1n all ways possxhle The Junror class teams domlnated the frrst two major sports of the Intramural program Erght teams competed in the xolleyhall tournament four were class tt uns and the other four were made up of all classes The hmlor team was crowned claampron after down mg a spurned Semor team m the fmals Barham Pasquan won the singles ln the tahle ten ms tou nament wxth Fvelyn Hoffman the runner up Two teams from each class entered the baskethall tournar ent fgam the umor teams battled xt out for rht l1'WIT1pl0l19lHp wrth the team captamed by oy Em Y et IIIC WIC VWI' Actmtxes scheduled for the spr1ng include soft hall tenms horseshoes and another pmg pong tour 1111! It A nn Mundell , NtNWNMW AMMwWmNAa , , . , . . . 5. . . ' . I th ' s' J . ' ' - , th " 1 ,' ' ' ch .' . , ' ' ' . '. f th . H . flrc s. I aa ' . ' A' -" Q' ag ' ' , ' ' L U L ' 4 . . l I ' . 31, K-'-'si ' ' x, X I ' , I, ' .. t. . r. , 'ul " - . . - ' 1 ' J. c, . r ' 'rf . A l . I 1 A - Thc Officers arc: president, Janet Hang Vice- An assembly and a turkey raffle were grven early lr f . ' . . 5 , , Q . ' 1 ' , 2 I' ' s ' . ' , . . . Y 5 V at 5 . . . . r . 1' 1 . - . . Tit , 1 . ' I A . ' rv ' V t. . , l 7' A , . D ' " f TPI . . , '-'J'-"Y " 1'fJ"W ' A Q . 17 md v' fi ,Z vi., ti SHOP PROIECTS Upper left Bud Brant Mr Bcnzel mxtructor Ewm Deal Upper nght Bulldog Bar Buxlt by Shop Boys for sales by Girls League Salesman Betty Wagner Center Glrls Shop Class Left to rxght Janet Hart Party Dutch Mr Benzel mstructor and Poogle Young Auto Mechanics Bob Kurm and Rlchard Kelley Lower left Plot Dog Stand made by Mr Ben zels Shop Class Left to right jim H111 Carla Lee Barmettlor Ann Mundell Geraldme Larson Karin Peterson Mnss Beyler jumor clan' advuor 1947-48 1948 Senxors donated tlus booth to the lugh school Mr Benzels department buxlt the booth and the 1948 Sensors paxd the cost Q ,ti 9 T , r, ,a,l of e. S - fs A l' K I ...J 5 " . 4 ,SK - 1 ' A -A , 1' . I . r al . f 4 0 1 , , M I - 3 " v 3 ff' X .fl ., af , R ,aff 3- Q.. ki , . 1 ' an A.. , 'Hx . K R L, ,. 1 .. "4 ,,,, - J' If 3 fqggigzgz V N 17,3 4 ., 1 . 9 ,W , -- wal ,Jr , ,A ,V ' .- . . 1 . Q Pg - , A W f -- ,uae H, . - czaff ' U 4 U ,V Q Q ,'-"na S ' ' , . D . . ' r K., , . . Q , ' lf 'Q D i Q , . ,. , , - 'E Q ! . 3 . I! ' 1 , , I -M 7 ' a U 1 . ' I ' , . W . . , - D y . . - . : , , , ' ll ' 7! , . f-ash. rf' mm "'l"'Ul. SENIOR PLAY CAST Above left to right Dean Sn-ith Ima Lee Davis Miss Emily Stanton, director jack Goll Lee Sausser Emest Kennedy Bar bar-a Pasquan fseatedj Sylvia Berg Marian Krieg Pat Owens Slagle Ramona Irwin Rcnala Russell On a very short notice Ima Lee Davis took the pair first assigned to Lea Pen- nington who became ill and had to resign the role The title of the Senior play was Accidents Will Happen PRODUCTION STAFF SENIOR PLAY Left to right seated Janet Hart Maqory Young fstandmgj Geraldine Beem Ima Lee Davis and Shirley Sherva. STAGECRAFT The boys in Shop have made the vanous sets used an plays Last year Mr Benzel directed the building of these sets Mr Benzel is head of Shop department The set for the 1948 Seruor play was built by several shop boys directed by Otto Talus who also is a shop instructor The Student Body play set for 1948 was built by Freshman shop boys and Mr Talus directed this group The use of the Navy Gym at the Air port has made play productions easier because of a good stage fme lights and complete curtain facilities STUDENT BODY PLAY Miss Stanton is director for the Student Body play but is being assisted by Mr. Maher new instructor added to the faculty at midyear. Front row left to right: Mr. Maher Billie Snead QGrannyj- Gerry Larson fGalejg Louise Parks fNorajg Lila Raviotta fTr0ddYSl? Kay Benzel fAzaleajg Miss Stanton. Rear, left to right: Sonny Gomes fProfessorjg Larry Slagle fMonsterjg Keith Krambeal Ueffjg Frank Ford, now replaced by Don Perkins fBrad- shawl, and is pictured next to Frankg Bob Kelly, now replaced by Vernon Ellis, tho not pictured, as fHugoj. PW 'i 1 v '14 v-ay-X., D 'j.."!F3":""' W 1094 1 N Y ,ff ir 006,50 A V34 INT RAMURAL BASKETBALL CHAMPS-Team 4 fupper leftj, left to rlght Jxm Reed, B111 Beck, Werner Erlckson, Jack Bowton, Harold Malllard, Lloyd Stone, Lu Noggle, captain TENNIS fupper flghfm, left to rxght Dean Snuth, Lots Brooks, Barbara johnson, Carl Golder GIRLS' VOLLEYBALL CHAMPS fcenter leftj, front row, left to rxght Evelyn Hoffman Mary Ann Rose, Clara Jean Hess, Ann Mtmdell, Wanda Boynton, Retta Thomas, back row Karxn Peterson, Dorothy Moore, Shxrley Scott, Margaret Timothy, Joy Emmett, Betty Harless HORSESHOES fcenter rnghtj, left to rxght Shirley Sherva, Don Perkms, Jerry Wyatt, Pat Owens G A A flower leftj, kneelmg, left to nght Pat Lenervrlle, janet Hart, Marlory Young, Barbara Pasquan, flrst row, standmg' Doro thy Moore, jackxe Adams, jessxe Hazzard, Slurley Scott, Joy Emmett, Pat Gallna, Evelyn Hoffman, Mxss Nash, second row, standmg Betty Harless, Myrtle Patchmg, Manan Kneg, Darlene Sherbondy, Donna Anderson, Lrla Salmg, thlrd row, standmg Wanda Boyn ton, Pat Foley, Margaret Timothy, Lorraine Ostergard, Louxse Parks Mary Ann Rose GIRLS' BASKETBALL CHAMPS flower nghtj, front row, left to right Evelyn Hoffman, Dorothy Moore, Joy Emmett, Pat Choatg back tow Ann Mundell, Margaret Timothy, Phyllis Larsen, Karm Peterson, Ruth Wxgle .Q UM P 1 ! l, 'X N 4 A Q Q I ' l 1 .' 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X I I A , , "ff Y Q 4 , , 9 h I M K MP' K M, A 44' ' . , ' I "' 'Z 5 1 V .. o v, I ' I - J r ' 'l 'vm - if as in v , K 'tr HOSTESS COMMITTEE 1946-1947 Seated, left to rxght it n Hofer Betty Paulson, Barbara Bourns oyce Landrxth Slnrley Sherva Roya Warnken lcneelmg anct Hart, Fern Lyo Ramona Irwin lee Penmngton Betty Karavamch standmg Carole Burger Darlrss Brown Pat Sanford can Haga rjorne Campbell Charlene Traver COMMITTEE CHAIRNIEN 1946-1947 Front row fseatedl, lm to nght Barbara Bourns, Joyce Landdnth, Betty Karavamch, second row fkneelmgj Darlxss Brown, Pat Sanford, jean Hrga Marlene Campbell, back row fstandmg, Dorothy DeFreese, Mary Pennmgton, Charlotte Watson, Pat Pierce, Lots Auer Nlvra johnson, Margaret McColley, Lau ra Lee Cutlxp 'M 3 . A H f y 1 5? ' 4 , .I . - ' , ':.- ' Q 1 ' I "" 73. , x , 1 Y M I, A .4 Q r ,. , 1 4 'f XL, F , . ,. H, Y. , 4 Y-,H 1 ' ' 3- in ' ff . , ., i -Q I i :N 1, l ' ' X: ' ., EN, 5 IYM lvl . ' l ,A M . 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VP Upper left Soplmmc rxglxt Laura Betterton Sl'lll'fCllff8 Zane Pamn Kay Benzel Center left Saplv 1 nght Allen jamsgaar Lee carryxng Bud Lodmclf L ad V 31 ,sr 'W Q f 1513 Le t ' Sal ng ean L ala Bowman blv Let to fl le lxms Wa j f 4 'al ' ii LX 'ill ggiipz , 52542224 1f,f,m,.rfw 2 Wea 312: Upper rnght Harry Hardcasrle Santa Claus Center ught Chrutmax Program Mnss Athey and Odney Gnmm Lower left Speech Club Cfmstmar Play Left to right Evelyn Pappel Tommy Manos Geralclme Larson Ken Hess Leland Beach Lower right Cbrutmax Program Boys Glee Club 3 ' ' . V -' 16.5 Y , ,V 4. 4 lxz. ' ' , K4 1: .' f' L 2.5 W . 5 - 2 3 2 . W , ,. r I K 1' . ' ' 1M-S 'Z' Q , A . '17 ' f 4' ::9"i1sf " ' , , f ,gamer ' W It 3'- V , '89, sed --, - A , V yr 1- gr. -jL1',:TL,"- v. ' Q :r f V hat-fe.: ,ap 1 . , MM p , ' :L-"H va,-ru 1 , Q1 ' wi 's 21-'fgiv -2' r L.. ' " i-aww., -. . I .pin .ft if vie ER: Zh.: . 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Center right-Senior Ball Vocal Trlo Barbara Pasquan, Ivy Maron Janet Hart Lower left Semor Ball Queen and Princesses Left to rlght Queen Barbara Rmharclson Ramona Irwm Shirley Sherva Barbara Pasquan Evelyn Pappel Lower rlght Senior Ball Winter Wonderland Long shoremens Hall I me W , . -. 1 Y - - - X at '--r l - 1 ,- t - ., 4 . I , , ' 1 o 1 'M' . R . , ' ' X 4 o ., ' 1 ,, kt .4 ,, A A -f fr, 4 h ,. H-t ,ef-P' "'ff' A 1' - A L 2 . . -9. .1 J. A I -' v , 1 I I I : . - : . , . , - , - , s 2 , . 7 1 Q n - . i , I' , , I . . : ! 5 7 ' . - . . , , , , . I ' T ' lf ' D! - 7 - 7 - - , I , .LL Upper left Sock Dance, GlflS, Athletlc Assoclatxon R1gl1t center Halloween Dance Upper rxght Sadxe I-Iawlcms L1'l Abner and Daxsy Mae Lower left Sophomore Style Show Assembly Judges, left to Joe Ravxotta and Slurley Sherva right B111 Shattuck, Harold Reeve, Jack Goll, Sonny Left center, Sadre Hawlcms Daxsy Mae after L1'l Abner Gomes, lack Frost Betty Paulson and Ron Russell Lower nght Student Body Dance at Longsl1oremen's Hall , V' I K V. Af . 7' . XX ' , Q - ' 4 . ' r' ' j J A , Q34 Q ,, Zll - ,,r., , , N 4, . Lb 1 ,, ' 11- . W- ' 1 . - l - A . ' 3 ' l L S ., I All 1 A Q A . x Z X, . 1 1 . - A, :J bv ...Xa I7' SES, xl l V! Rx Q is ww' JUNIOR-SENIOR PROM HD BANQUET Top-The Grand March at the J Gym at the Airport the date Ap Center left A vnew of the umor C an Legxon Hall at the Axrport Center nght Dolores Howley gurls at the jumor Seluor Banquet :om m the Navy ti t xn the Amen 1 n 'Nloore as checlc Lower left Kane Benzel .md Barbara Keller as check grrls at the umor Semor Prom The gxrls wxth 1m Brown assist mg tool: care of refreshments also at the colce bar Lower center udrlynn and Kathermc Amxstrong two u- ture check gurls for umor Semor proms or acldmons for the Trnple Tno Lower nght Another vxew of the guests at the jumor Senior Banquet. g77ufof7 Tclflfii 948 HESPERIA qt. .d . eauq 0. DJFAL ' 0038 ll!! C1889 'gif ev Klv-en env'-v ' 'Q' I Q Q35 Q 1 'br' ,il 'U-wr 7 s ai, my Q fmfp 'E ugh lxth' M5 8. "N-N cat U! pt .H 97,16 2 o ff 1948 hlvt I de 9 Ll GMES G6 rqmeaican lwfeaewl Speak L, 7fae Qaeal Bong A V FOOTBALL SQUAD Fxrst row seated left to rnght Bob Evenson Frank Matson Duck Frost John Hart Gifford Hatdcastl Ball Hughes jack Nhlls Jack Anderson Bernard Dooley second row lcneelxng Mr Talus assistant coach Duck Russell Bob Gouley Tom Pat row Bll Shattuck Roger Clark Vernon Beebe Dale Holden joe Penmngton Denms Tobin Darold Peterson Tom Graham Harold Olson Brxan McDonald Tom Manos Frank Younker Frank Ford Mr Shriver coach fourth row Don Perlrms ohn Malcey xm Reed Don Kelly jack Goll nm Metcalf Lavor Ferre jim Scott Harold Reeve Ll Q-L9 K if FOOTBALL BANQUET SOUHY Gomes Football Manager Left to rxght Frank Shnver coach atN B H S Bob Sanders Umversnty or Oregon sophomore jun Azlten head coach at Umversnty of Oregon W D Hollmgworth, toastmaster, Don McEmry, Art Fox. Q. K W I - xi 'Q F ' b I . F. . . B-'- Qt f ' Ni I , :X 4 - K .'v"2-5' i . I 'll A ' . f J , Z 7 C ' D ' I I . l - l 0' I ' ersoni Ronald Srnirhi Ronald Lilienthal, Bob Kelly, Bob Hargcns: Wally Dunn, Bill Ising, Vincent, "Sonny" Gomesg third J , , . , , 1 , , ' , - l H - if , f ' Y - -' as B2 C X R . Q-mi? l u f INDIVIDUAL FOOTBALL PLAYERS Top row left to right Jam Metcalf Harold Olson Harold Reeve, T0m Graham Center row left to nght Frank Younker Roger Gul: jun Reed, Darolcl Peterson Bottom row left to nght jack Goll B111 Shattuck john Maltcy Joe Pennlngton Vernon Beebe 5- M-0 4 Asbm Q 1948 HESPERIA FOOTBALL wvwAwmAw ,fvv-vsfxfxfvvxf BASEBALL The national pastlme baseball, IS m the mfant stages at North Bend Th1s xs the first tlme smce 1927 that the ganae has been tried wlth success at orgamzatlon as a regular sport at North Bend h It was due to the lack of mterest on the players part that caused the game to go mto hlbernatlon here But now under the able coachlng of VIC Adams mterest in the sport has run very hlgh and an attempt to set up plans for the season were tuader way at the tlme of thls wrltmg No defmlte schedule has been drawn up but games are assured by a number of outlymg schools The boys who are out are douag thexr best to make a go of the game desprte some of the handlcaps whxch they are forced to work under The team wlll probably be built around those boys who played unlor Amerlcan Legion ball last year Coach Frank Shrlver turned m a credxtable lob 1n lead1ng hls football squad to four VICIOYICS 1n exght games desplte the lack of matenal and experience m hxs flrst year as head football coach at North Bend Hlgh The Bulldogs had only three lettermen an fxfty boys that turned out for the grld game but by the close of the season the team was a well molded outfxt The Bulldogs opened the season by takmg a shel lacklng at the hands of the Albany turfmen 32 0 m a nlght game The second fracas was wrth the powerful Cavemen from Grants Pass who went home with a 21 0 vxctory T1red ot taking beatings North Bend took the measure of the Reedsport Braves 19 6 at Reedsport The Bulldogs contmued on thexr wmnmg ways now that they had gotten SCATICG and ran over hapless Bandon 39 13 Tle Bulldogs flfth game was a thrlller Traxllng the Coquxlle eleven 19 0 at the half they roared back to tal-e a 21 19 wm 1n the closmg mmutes The Myrtle Poxnt Bobcats had a monkey wrench thrown mto thenr grld mach1ne as the underdog Bulldogs mjected them wxth a 20 6 defeat The last two games played by the Bulldogs tumed out m the red as Roseburg took an 18 7 decrsxon and the Marshfleld Plrates were gxven a stiff tussle before wlnnmg 13 6 On hand for next year are seven lettermen and a host of fme prospects lohn Makey captaln of the North Bend squad was selected on the All Dlstrrct and All County team A number of other Bulldog players gamed second team spots or honorable mennon BASKETBALL Vic Adams completed hrs twenty flrst year as head mentor of North Bend Hlgh School basketball this season Wlth this came a record of 16 wms and 13 losses for a 552 percentage one of the lesser years ln hrs tutorshxp of the Bulldog fxve North Bend scored a total of 1006 POIHYS agalnst 895 by their opponents The Bulldogs flI'1lSl1Cd fourth nn a field of seven teams belamd the Marshfleld Pxrates Q22 0, M Pomt Bobcats 13 9 and Roseburgs Indlans 13 9 w1th a record of 12 and 10 1n DISIYICI FIVE 1n conference play The other three teams m the1r order of standlng were the Reedsport Braves Q6-16 the Vxklngs of Myrtle Creek 3 9 and in the cellar the Coqullle Red Devlls 3 19 Only three lettermen wlth lxmlted expenence were on hand when the season opened but after a few weeks of good practice and the aid of a few green recrults the souad was molded mto shape to play one of the toughest schedules that a North Bend team has ever drawn Bob Hugh was bv far the outstandmg Bulldog per former He racked up to al of 275 pomts and gamed a posxtxon on the d1str1ct all star team wxth h1s cool and a gressne alaxhty B111 Shatttuck took second ln scor nv M1 la 205 rd along wlth Tom Graham gamed hon or ble mentnon m the d1str1ct 5 ' 5 5 ' 1 -'C 1 n . ' s I V . . . . 1 - . . . - - , yrtle ' ' ' 4 m e ' 1-Q v I'2a ' ' , . . . - . I . .Q K xv ' v 9 - ' v v ' . I , v . - . . . e - 'V ' 1 v , . D '. r ' ' ' , . a t ' ' . v. . - .141 .. Y' . . - Q Y" . " . ' - M07 '.,.M,6-. h- 'fr' 343-ff. -, L' , , - .Y F' Jyfx l pn? '01 ff' First row left to nght Clarence Snag manager Iolm Hart John Rose, Bull Hughes, Vanon Hesseltme Vlfglt Jackson Second row left to nght B111 Pmg Bob Gouley Wyatt, Tom Paterson Ray Burroughs Third row left to right B111 Choat Fred Harold Reeve Bob Hargens Don Perlcms Roger Prxce UBSQU ...Y 4, Ken Has, Basketball Manage, Head Coach Vic Adams. and Bob Hugh, Captain Basketball Mentor for "A" ' UA!! Quad. and UB!! Olson, Bob Hugh Bull shmuck TRACK Front row left to rlght Mlchael D ughenbaugh, Bemard Dooley Frank For Don lerlcms Gordon Ellmgs Dean Ellmgs Don Adams jack Sausser second row Coach Shriver Warm Hunt jerry Vlyatt, Wally Lee Don Kelly Dennis Tobm Harvey Clark, Frank Matson Harold Malllard, Claud Krake tlurcl row Vemon Ellis ohn Rose Tommy M nos Clxfford Hardcastle Brlly Hughes, Tom Ferguson Lavor Ferre Wally Collms fourth row Bill Durflmger ohn Nlalcey Carl Golder Lu Noggle Bxll Beck Duane HChdflClf5 frfrh row Bmlly Pmg Tommy Graham Ar nold Henderson Bob Gouley rm Sm f Carl Free manson sxxth row Dick Russell Harold R eve Rog er Clark NORTHBENDUC' SQUADBASKETBALL TEAM VmomtGoms,JoeMaxey G1ffHarclcastle,FrankPenm, Claude Knlte ,OttoTalus,coacb ArtRu:han'ls,jadr Malls, 1amaen,IerryLee,DonAdams,Bob O N B Front row left to rlght Joe Penmngton Frank Younker Jim Metcalf Tommy Graham B111 Shattuck Harold Reeve back row Ken Hess Vernon Beebe Bob Hugh, Harold Olson Darold Peterson Harry Hardcastle LLDUGB Y if 84, L H. 3, -gsff-g:fQ4'f1"f -:fu -.,., Y 6,4 w 41.3 39 ka- .Q BASEBALL SQUAD ftopj left to nght seated Frank Matson Bob Trochlm Bob Evenson Leonard anssen Vemon Hessel une oe Maxey standmg Elton Kelly John M Ley jerry Wyatt Ken Hess Rod Bradley Ernest Kennedy Vxc Adams coach TENNIS fcenter left,j left to nght Mr Maher toach Bull Shattuck Bob Gouley B111 Hughes Dean Smzth Sonny Gomes IS not plctured but belongs to the group INTRAMURAL Football and Volley Champs fcenter nghtj kneelmg left to nghr Calvin Oscar Clarence Suggs Lu Noggle Dale Granstrom Don Boag standmg Leonard Janssen Elton Sells john Rose Bud Brant, Ken Hess Bottom Left Actnon Football between North Bend and Reedsport Bottom, at ht North Bend back llne Front jack Goll rear from left to nght Tommy Graham Harold Olson Bull Shat tuck, Verne!-.Beebe u, -,. 4 . ,W Q p . 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' ' 1948 HESPERIA B SQUAD BASKETBALL The B squad was coached by Vrc Adams for the fxrst time m hls long coachlng career at North Bend The purpose of thas squad IS prlmarrly to bulld up freshman and sophomore basketball players for the A squad m the future The Bullpups were strong m cooperation tho hmdered by lack of experxence but made up for xt ln thelr determ1nat1on to play the game Many fme prospects are U1 lxne for the A squad next year The B squadders won 12 games and lost 10 They racked up 731 pomts agamst a 751 total by thexr opponents TRACK North Bends cmder season opened wlth thxrty f1ve boys reportmg to Coach Frank Shnver when the fxrst call for track was gxven thls sprmg Of thxs number only four were lettermen The retumees were Harry Hardcastle pole vault Layor Ferre sprmts oe Pen nmgton welghts and ack Sausser hrgh lump The Bulldog thmclads worked very hard m thexr respectwe events and turned out to be good competx txon although thew did not have as good a season as they hate had previous years The track schedule for 1948 IS as follows Aprll ICP Coqullle meet Aprxl IG Hayward relay Aprll 24KDual meet May 1 County meet May 8 DISIFICI meet May 14 15 State meet I TENNIS Organlzatmon of the tenn1s teams brought out a sue ble group of boys and glrls m the early sprmg most of whom were mexpenenced Partlclpatlon was as much for the sumple enjox ment of the game as for wmnmg champxonslnps They planned to play matches mth Marshfield and Coos River BOYS INT RAMURALS Under the dlrectlon of Vlc Adams and Otto Talus boys mtramurals enloyed the best year lf has ever seen at North Bend The noon hour act1v1t1es lncluded football volleyball basketball and softball Everyone who partlcnpated had a good t1me and lt was due to the fme cooperation by the PAITICIPHIIIS that the lntramural plan was a success Under the leadershxp of Lu Noggle the Black Ter rors ran through six games undefeated to w1n the foot ball champlonshxp In the volleyball department another team captamed by Noggle captured the champlonshlp crown ln a very close race that was not decxded untll the fmal day of competltxon For the thlrd t1me the wreckmg crew under Lu Noggle walked off w1th champlonshxp honors and thxs xme If was ln the frxendly sport of basketball The Maulers went unscathed through a nme game sched ule and bowled over all opposxtxon wlth conslderable ease After th1s round robln team play was completed mterclass competltxon was held In a double el1m1nat1on tourney the semors were wmners You guessed lt' Lu Noggle was captam for the wmners In softball five teams were entered for mterclass play Each team played the other tw1ce m round robm style FIVE teams were entered one each from the semor lumor and sophomore classes and two from the freshmen At the time of publxcatlon rlvalry was runmng strong C' SQUAD BASKETBALL The orgamzatron of the C uad has completed nts second year at North Bend High Thxs team con sxsts of Freshmen and Sophomores who dld not place on the B squad It was coached by Otto Talus No set schedule was had by thls group so they played whomever they were able to get for games ,,,,A,VV, NwNv wNVvVAw vNvvw Nvv rc as ! an as ' ' ' ' 1 . . . . . , . 1 - ' 1 1 7 1 7 ' 14 as - . . . . . 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Y 1 7 1 In . - v Y ' - s f - ' . , ' 1 1 . 1 ' '- . cc a ' ' rc 11 S ra as .C N .V Q . . - , . 1. , , 1 ' 1 . 1 1 7 . . 3 W' Z 'fu 'R 0 lla' iid vi-il 0 Scffoof Calemfm SEPTEMBER 7 We re enter Pony Slough Pr1son after a long vacatron 10 Grrls League 1n1t1at1on ple a la Johnson 12 Frrst pep assembly members of the Pep club were named 18-Gxrls League party and we thought those Frosh couldnt dance 19 Frrst football game of the season and the gremlms were on Albany s S1 e 20 Frosh Semor Reception Ugh' If 1 ever see another coolue-l 24 -Our first National Assembly greeted wlth great enthusiasm 36-Grants Pass we was robbed' OCTOBER 3 North Bend beat Reedsport by an overwhelmmg score of 19 6 10 The Bandon T1gers shoved our faces 1n the mud 16-Curls League play-oh those stuplcl semor girls' 18- We were beaten by Coqullle two pomts 2+ North Bend mangles Myrtle Pomt on the North Bend fleld 27 Mr Gray entertarned us wrth has mus1cal talent at a Natronal Assembly 31 Something went wrong' Roseburg comes m on the long end 18-7 NOVEMBER Remember the hectic Hallowe en Dance? The Band gave a very fine dlsplay of lts talents at an assembly The Bonfzre Rally was thoroughly enjoyed by all-even though rt was rammg The Armrstlce Day football game was won by Marshfleld wlth a score of 13 6 Sadie Hawkms for once the gurls got thexr chance and 25 The Semor Class presented the play ACC1dChtS Will Happen 26-The Thanlcsgxvmg Assembly was given mth great spmt Dlclc Conlclln was handed has blessrng on a srlver platter 27 31 T1me out for turlcey DECEMBER Chrlstmas Program Santa was here mth all hrs Christmas Sp1r1t fD1d anyone see h1s st1lts9 29 Chnstmas holidays no comment JANUARY Another Leap Year Our first basketball game here wrrh Roseburg Bulldogs vlctorlous Bulldogs score over Roseburg agaln What happened to the Natronal Assembly x e were supposed to have? North Bend wms on the Reedsport floor Score 35 23 The Bulldogs beat the Braves again Bovs take an afternoon vacatxon Nlce weather at the beach? Mlghty Pnrates run over hapless Bulldogs 39 30 P1rates IX en bad tnne before beatlng tlaelr arch rlvals 38 34 Fnd of flrst semester99799'7 Bulldogs are defeated by Bobcats 29 26 Bulldogs are defeated bv Bobcats agam 7 lVlyrt1e Creek drred up when thev sam the score board North Bend 53 Myrtle Creek 13 30-North Bend Bulldogs are vxctorxous over Coquxlle Braves Score 30 29 31 North Bend beats Co ullle by a larger margm thrs tlme 45 39 . , jg q , i . . , .d ' TT . Y n I , s la- ' ' . 5- t l ' , ' . mi . 1 . . . . . H- A . . I . . - Q 14- . V . K 1 . . I 24 ' K , il ' ' '75 12--Queen Barbara and her court ruled over our HWinter Wonderlandl' at the Senior Ball. 19- . I K H I K v. K . .A . . . . 19- - 1 ' . lf' . za ' . . L. ' , ' ' . 3- . ' . 7+ ' v . 9--- f r , - . 10a ' . 15- J . ' . ' Y . 16f ea Q '. y - . Wg? . U. 7 . K . A . K . , - V 23- - ' ...... 23--- . . , - 24-f K y , . ' . 2 - , I ' .. ' . , V i 4 G . 1 K 0 K . . , - . '194b Hl:SPERIA WW MN'VN FEBRUARY 4-Sophomore Assembly Who was the strange llttle glrl m the white swtmmmg sun? 6-North Bend and Roseburg have duel at Roseburg 7 Repeat performance 10-Slow contest wrth Bulldogs wmnmg out 35 21 12 We were entertaxned by lrquxd arr at a Natlonal Assembly 13 A free for all at Reedsport wrth Braves wrnnxng 26-25 14 Bulldogs defeat Trgers-41 35 19 The Sen1or Curls enjoyed a tea glven by the A A U W at the home of Mrs Powers 70-Plrates hand Bulldogs a 50-33 defeat l The Pirates hand us mother deleat 40 79 Z! Myrtle POIDI game-dog and cat fight 6 Another game another defeat MARCH 2 Professlonal Women s Club of Coos Bay gave a tea for Semor glrls at the armory 5 Bulldogs and Red Devlls have a close game 6- North Bend and Coqullle clash agaln 10 Student Body Assembly was held to discuss PYCVCDUOFI of accidents 17 Holey sox and smelly feet were displayed at the sock dance 16- Luggage day the grrls were m1ghty tlrecl 19 Leap Year Dance all gurls had the1r traclc shoes on 7+-The Boosters gave an assembly we all enjoyed 75 26-Sprmg Vacation Sprlng was 1n the a1r and every one tool: to the beach 75? Easter a day of reverence for all APRIL 4 Sprrng came out ln full color at the unlor Prom ln the Navy Gym at the Axrport theme Suddenlv It s Sprmg Glrls League showed great talent at an assembly 9 IO Talent of Coos county schools was dlsplayed at Music Festrval ln Coos Bay I4-Last Natlonal Assembly of the year 16-Good turn out for Band Concert The brams Natronal Honor put on an assembly Evervbody bloomed at the Sprmg Dance gnven bv the Sophomores 30-The Student Body Play Ghost Wanted was a huge success MAY The May Queen and her Court were the mam attractxon at the May Day Festxval The bovs showed us what thev could do lh the O N B Assembly Slcnp Day Blue slcnes cool water and all those hungry people Wfhlte shorts and danglmg legs were seen at the G A A Assembly CIYCUS theme for Mother s Tea was very effectlve and turned out nicely Tradxtronal Baccalaureate servlces were held Seniors Hxstorv Prophecy and Will were revealed to the publrc on Class Nlght Seniors arose early to attend a Senxor Class breakfast Commencement Semors can now uncross thexr fmgers for at last they have that dlploma 8 Final Assembly Fmal awards were given and everyone was freed from Pony Slough Prlson '7 ' 1 . x x,-xfxfxf-Cfxf fwxvvvvxA T' I J 1 ' ' - . 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