North Eugene High School - Tartan Yearbook (Eugene, OR)
- Class of 1958
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STUDENT BODY OFFICERS: Mary Hult, Dick Attebury, Mr. Hendrickson, Mike
Hiatt, Rob Bennett, Mary Jo Delyea.
The student body elections were held the third week in November. Five officers
were elected: President, Vice President, Secretary, Treasurer, and Historian. Two
students were elected for each office from each homeroom. These names were
passed to the faculty and then on to student council. There, they were eliminated
to six students for each office. Primary elections were held in the homeroom to
narrow the field, two for each office. Campaigning was held the following week.
All the halls were gaily decorated with all sizes of colorful posters. The students
wore name tags announcing their favorite candidates. On Wednesday an assembly
was held to hear the speeches from each candidate. The speeches were all very
well prepared showing that they had put a great deal of time and thought into
therrf. Thursday was the day of the final elections. Everyone was in suspense
until the winners were announced during fourth period. It was truly a close cam-
paign which will not quickly be forgotten. The successful candidates were as
follows: Mike Hiatt, President, Rob Bennett, Vice Presidentg Mary Jo Delyea,
Secretaryg Richard Attebury, Treasurer, and Mary Hult, Historian.
An assembly was held on Friday to install the proud new officers. It was quite an
occasion, being the first installation of the Student Body Officers of North High.
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A gala Christmas assembly was held for all the stu-
dents on the Friday before vacation. It was held in
the beautiful new Student Lounge. There was a
cheerful fire blazing in the fireplace, and a brightly
decorated tree standing near by added a holiday
atmosphere. Mr. Schick led his choir through the
halls caroling. The students joined in as the choir
passed by their rooms. The entire student body then
proceeded to the Lounge.
The first number was a dramatization of "The Night
Before Christmas." The choir sang serveral inspiring
Christmas numbers and the students joined with the
choir in familiar carols. Mr. Frazell's band played
for us. It was the first occasion on which we had an
opportunity to hear this whole group. The assembly
was adjoumed and everyone headed home for their
Christmas vacation with a true holiday spirit.
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Print and Cord Week was held April 14 through April 18. It
was the time when everyone dressed in their lovely spring
Twirp Day was on Monday and Friday. On Monday the girls
had their chance and on Friday the boys had an opportunity
to "Twirp" their choice. Tuesday the Franklin High School
choir from Portland put on an assembly. This was the first
occasion to use our beautiful new auditorium. A volley ball
game was held at noon on Thursday. It was between the
boys and the men faculty members. Youth won out and the
boys out-played the faculty members to win the match.
Friday was filled with several activities throughout the day
and evening. Mrs. Bessie Campbell of the Bon Marche
narrated a Style Show held Friday afternoon in the auditorum.
Both boys and girls modeled the latest spring fashions.
"Spring Fantasy" was the theme of the party held Friday
night in the Student Lounge. The King and his court were
crowned, This seemed a fitting way to usher in spring
Queen Judy Kays and King Richard Attebury
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The Chess Club was organized to inspire knowledge of chess playing and to promote interest in the game. The
club consists of fourteen members with Mr. Hall as faculty advisor. Raymond Ressler was elected as President,
Mark Beymer as Vice-President, and Ken Johnson as Secretary-Treasurer.
The members meet every other Thursday evening. The emphasis in these meetings has mainly been on skill, al
though a tournament was held with South Eugene High School in which the score was tied. An informal activity
of some of the members has been playing chess during the lunch hcur in the cafeteria.
FRONT ROW: Ross Frye, Mike Strayer, Doug Appel. SECOND ROW: Larry Ewing, Mark Beymer, Ken Johnson,
Tom Wester, John Dietz. THIRD ROW: Larry Creel, Raymond Ressler, Ron Sears, Mr. Hall.
FIRST ROW: Vonnie Beckos, Luella Kelm, Cindy White, Mary Kay Dalton, Ginny Haynes, Donna Hughes, Kathy
Richardson, Ruth Wilson, Sandy Sveen, Vicki Schmidt. SECOND ROW: Susan Jacobs, Janet Bernado, Jeanne Bar-
ham, Judy Kays, Carol Goldhammer, Judy Herendeen, Judy Dickinson, Sally Durflinger, Janet Ellis, Phyllis Muel-
ler. THIRD ROW: Barbara Lang, Linda Sellard, Janet Cone, Sue Howard, Bonita Hoiting, Betty Hanson, Sue Hafdahl,
Brenda Smith. FOURTH ROW: Bonnie White, Ciclney Cushing, Mary Jo Delyea, Marian Bennett, Sharee Peiterson,
Carol Rupert, Suedean Dunn, Glenda Matteson, Claudine Ticer, Sharon McConnell. FIFTH ROW: John Mortenson,
Brent Arnold, Charles Shoup, Richard Attebury, Lawrence Brenner, Rob Bennett, Joyce Schultz, Sandra Diment,
Donna Zander, Mrs. Havey.
The Drama Club was not too active this year but they are
ready for a big year in '58 and '59, With the help of the
Pep Club the Drama Club sponsored the February dance,
Cupid's Holiday. lt was a date, semi-formal dance.
The officers for this year were only temporary as there was
not much business for them to do. Charles Shoup was the
acting President and Vonnie Beckos acted as Secretary. Mrs.
Havey is the faculty advisor for the club.
The purpose of the Drama Club is to promote an interest in
dramatics, not only in acting, but with all parts of stage
activities. They will also be working with make -up and
Membership in the Drama Club is open to any student in-
terested in dramatics and willing to perform in front of the
club. Applicants must prepare a short demonstration of
their talents, such as a reading, skit, pantomime, or song,
and be voted in by a two-thirds majority of the club's
GIRLS' ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION
The purposes of the Girls Athletic Association are to stimulate interest in and to pro-
vide opportunities for participation in wholesome girl's athletics and games, and to
create a spirit of good sportsmanship, leadership, judgment and honor in high school
Membership in the club is open to any girl in school who has earned ten points in
organized, supervised sports. Any girl in school may participate in after school activ-
ities, but only members are permitted to attend playdays, parties, pot lucks and other
special functions sponsored by G.A.A.
Since we did not move into our gym until the spring term, our activities this year were
limited. Basketball, volleyball, softball, trampoline and apparatus were offered during
Officers for the new year were elected on May 9. Connie Read was chosen to be
president, Pat Salisbury, vice president, Claudia McFerran, secretary, Ginny Aplet,
treasurer, Judy Dickinson, point chairmang and Glenda Matteson, sports manager.
Miss Best is the club sponsor.
FRONT ROW: Barbara Block, Crys Bradley, Annette Jacquot, Kathy Richardson, Mary Hult, Donna Hughes, Ginny
Haynes, Mary Kay Dalton, Anita Strilzuk, Mary Parmenter, Linda Doran. SECOND ROW: Judy Kays, Lucy Peter-
son, Claudia McFerran, Diane Jensen, Jill Yockey, Karen Bloom, Sue Howard, Janet Cone, Judy Dickinson, Pat
Hamilton, Phyllis Mueller. THIRD ROW: Thelma Sweeney, Pat Cruise, Marian Bennett, Phyllis Beat, Nomia Bar-
nett, Sue Barker, Donna Hennen, Jeannie Brown, Suzanne Aldrich, Sherrie Armentrout, Carol Goldhammer, Diana
Berens, Betty Beach, Edith Olson. FOURTH ROW: Zoanne Hyland, Barbara Lang, Bonnie White, Glenice Howe, Kay
Pike, Mary Hathaway, Janet Bernardo, Arleta Rhoads, Brenda Smith, Shirly Manwaring, Pat Salisbury, Alice Euich-
meyer, Doris Bottom, Gwen McReynolds. FIFTH ROW: Miss Best, Nancy Gaskill, Jane Murray, Cindy White, Von-
nie Beckos, Judy Gant, Claudine Ticer, Sharon McConnell, Connie Read, Betty Stone, Barbara Kangas, Mary Lou
Spalinger, Joyce Thorn, Corol Rupert, Lynda Qualls, Ginny Aplet.
The Math Club was started in the middle of this school year with Mr. I-tall as the advisor. Th
ten members. There were no officers elected but Jerry Williams served as temporary chairman. The main
activity of the club was to draw up a constitution. Other activities are impossible until a club period is started
in the school.
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Some of the topics for next year are: fly To learn how to run computing machines, Q21 To learn to work in-
teresting mathematical puzzles, and Q35 To learn how to work math problems found on scholarship tests.
The purpose of the Math Club is to learn to run the different types of machines connected with Math and to in-
crease the knowledge of those who are interested in this subject.
FRONT ROW: Mike Strayer, Connie Newell, Lawrence Brenner. SECOND ROW: Jerry Williams, Glen Rissberger
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The purpose of the Radro Club rs to strmulate rnterest rn amateur
radro hams and to rncrease relatronshrps between the publrc and
the people who make lrnes through T V sets or want to talk by
vorce or code to other hams
Thrs club has the formal name The North Eugene Amateur Radro
Socrety The marn actrvrty at present rs to help the non lrcensed
members get therr government lrcenses Thls rs done by conductrng
theory classes Among planned actrvttres are the demonstratmg of
an amateur statron and gettrng a Federal Commumcatron Commrssron
lrcense for a statron at school
The offrcers for the year were Carl D1Paolo Presrdent Glen Rrss
berger Vrce Presrdent and Jon Haterrus Secretary Treasurer. Mr
Moore has been the advrsor
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The purpose of the Rod and Gun Club rs to learn to be good sportsmen
and to have fun rn the flelds In thrs club more has been learned
about huntrng frshrng and camprng along wrth safer ways of dorng
each of these sports
Two camprng trrps have been taken thrs year one up the McKrnz1e
Rrver and the other to Srltcoos Lake Other trrps are planned for the
future but defrnrte detarls are strll to be worked out
Thrs year s offrcers have been Gary Moms Presrdent Drck Coe
Vrce Presrdent and Gary Trrnka Secretary Treasurer Mr Frazell
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The Student Council of North Eugene High School is an organization made up of student body officers and repre-
sentatives from each homeroom, which are elected at the beginning of the school year. The student body presi-
dent is the presiding officer at all meetings. Mr. Hendrickson is the advisor.
The purpose of this organization is to make the laws that govern the student body. It is the duty of the Student
Council members to represent the students in making decisions concerning the student body. Therefore, they
must always keep in mind that they must make decisions which are best for the majority of the students, not just
a few. In making these decisions it is their responsibility to leave their personal feelings out of all issues. It is
also the duty of the Student Council to adopt constitutions for school clubs as they are presented for approval. All
matters must go before the Student Council before they are presented to the student body.
This year there was no definite schedule of meetings. They were called whenever the business arose.
The Student Council has sponsored three parties this year. The first was held at Colin Kelly Junior High School
during the double-shift, the second after moving to the new buildingg and the third being the Print and Cord dance
held in the spring.
FIRST ROW: Annette Jacquot, Vonnie Beckos, Mary Hult, Mary Jo Delyea, Kathy Richardson, Dee An.n Hazard.
SECOND ROW: Kerry Watkins, Charles Shoup, Bob Bennett, Barbara Calvin, Joanne Hyland. THIRD ROW: Spike
Gordon, Richard Attebury, Dennis Langan, Connie Read, Mike Hiatt, Doug Olson, Mr. Hendrickson.
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Jerry Williams Tom Wester, Don Lush, Cordon My ers Doug Olsen FOURTH ROW John Hardberger Rodney
Gibson Rob Bennett Jim Elliott, Roger Houmes Bert Loughmiller Gary Morris and Rav, mond Ressler
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FRONT ROW Royd Faust, John Dietz Mark Beymer Rob Bennett Dennis Langan SECOND ROW John Hardber
ger Don Christen Bill Knutson, Bry Lake, John Mortenson, and Mr Robertson
FRONT ROW: Jim Petit, Mark Shaxar, Kerry
Watkins, Bob Lause, Dick Coe. SECOND ROW:
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Ressler, Gary Morris.
The Cross-Country team, coached by Mr. New-
land, won five and lost two of the meets held this
year. They climaxed the season by winning fifth
place in the State Cross-Country meet held at
Lewis and Clark College in November. Gary
Morris was the number one runner for the North
High team. There were twenty -three schools
competing from throughout the state. He finished
sixth in a field of one hundred and twenty men.
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This was a building year for North Eugene High's track team. Many of the boys had never competed
in any track or field sports before this year. The problem was to learn the technique of the sport and
try to develop a competitive spirit throughout the entire track team.
There were thirty-five boys on this year's squad coached by Mr. Robertson and assisted by Mr. Newland.
Great progress was made from start to finish. The future looks mighty bright for the North High team.
Track meets were held with Springfield, Willamette, South Eugene, Roseburg, and a Freshman-Sopho-
more meet was held in Albany where many schools from northern Oregon competed.
Spike Gordon was the first District Meet placer for North Eugene, where he gained a fifth place in pole
vaulting. Other leading point gainers were Doug Olsen and Gordon Myers.
FRONT ROW: John Dietz, Terry Ambrose, Gary Morris, Fred Massey, Bob Erb, Del Panther, John Hardberger,
Owen Taxdal, Dale Taxdal. SECOND ROW: Renne Booth, Lawrence Hartman, Don Christen, Doug Appel, Richard
Bolls, Doug Olsen, Bert Loughmiller, Walt Mathews and Mr. Newland. THIRD ROW: Ross Frye, Rich Attebury,
Don Lush, Gordon Myers, Glen Rissberger, Mike McKay, Bob Lause, Kenton Reavis, Lynn Endicott.
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FRONT ROW: Joe Wehr, Tom Wester, Jerry McDonald, Jerry Williams, Bill Knutson, Ron McLaughlin SECOND
ROW: Jim Mitchell, Mike Hiatt, Bry Lake, Dick Kirtley, Mark Beymer, Rob Brown, Jerry Cole, Ken Johnson, Bob
Bruns, Jack Miller, Ed Mansell, Rob Bennett and Mr. Krause.
The North Eugene High School baseball team finished the season with a record of nine wins and six
losses. Except for games with Lowell and Willamette High Schools, the competition was with other
sophomore teams in the area.
In 1958-59, the baseball team will enter varsity competition in regular 5 A-1 league play
Listed below are the scores of the games in l958.
Operation Hit-N -Hunt was the name given to the practice rounds of the NEI-IS golf squad. Practices were
held at the Oakway Golf Course. lnexperience hampered the golf team to a great extent, although it
was composed of a willing and eager group who made up in enthusiasm what they lacked in experience,
As in other sports, the problem of getting matches with schools having only sophomore teams was a
problem that was never solved. The NEI-IS golfers had to play teams with considerable experience, in
some instances varsities, or not play at all. They gave a good account of themselves, a much better
account than the scores indicate as they lost their last match by only a few strokes.
This was a year of leaming fundamentals and of getting used to competing in matches. They have the
nucleus of a fine golf team. The four regulars, Louis Soulek, Bill Wright, Jim Hensley and Colin Mc-
Kenzie along with the fifth member, Jeff Ware, will all be back next year. Several other potentially
good golfers were also participating in track and could only devote a small amount of time to golf.
Prospects look very good for a very successful future.
FRONT ROW: Jim Henderson, Don Christen, Jeff Ware, Colin McKenzie. BACK ROW: John Dietz, Bill Wright, John
Johnson, Louis Soulek and Mr. Jaegers.
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cards and ofcourse those Whitman s chocolates that
look so good to Judy Schlosser
EMERALD RADIO AND TV SERVICE IS the place for Janet
Bernardo to take her translster ts hen nt needs seruce
-Xlong mlth hardm are Items such as ulle Brown IS con
templatmg RIVER ROAD HARDWARE earrles a complete
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Two bots from South gnc seruce mth a smlle at JERRY
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HERB FRYE AND SONS out Coburg Road grve complete
Texaco servlce to wour automoblle
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