North Eugene High School - Tartan Yearbook (Eugene, OR)
- Class of 1959
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North Eugene Hwgh School was dedi-
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I E Students and parents hurrying into Dedication ceremonies.
the North Eugene High School Stu-
dent Body, tor the student body, Mrs.
Ansel Hyland, President ot the Parent
Teachers Association, for the com-
munity, and by Raymond C. Hen-
driclcson, Principal ot North Eugene
High, for the faculty. Dr. William C.
Jones, Dean ot Administration tor the
University ot Oregon, gave the
address. The North Eugene Hgh
Choir provided entertainment, There
was a large turnout tor this memo-
Mrs. Hendrickson and Mrs. Millhollen admire flowers
Bonita Hoifing and Rich Atfebury
Marlon Bennett ond M kSh:Jror
Harkin Ardrews crvd Gwenrw Mdlerwcids
2. Service To School
3. Extra Curricular Activities
Mary Jo Delyea and Gale Roid
Sue Howard and Bert Loughmiller
Hilary . .
Danny .. .............,.... ..
Lizzie . . .
. Mark Sharar
Duke ... ... Gale Roid
Dr. Joe . . . , Dave Stiers
Timothy ...... .........,....., B ob McCabe
Pricilla Nash Sue l-liclcs - Bobbie Stanley
Young Man . .. ................ Chris Larson
Drunk ..... .. Jim Petit
UPPER LEFT: Gale Raid, Charles Shoup, Marion
Bennett, Bob McCabe and Mark Shurur.
MIDDLE: Bonnie White, Jim Petit, Gale Raid,
and John Mortensen.
LOWER LEFT: Susan Ha'dchl, Kay Pike, Ed
Staufter and Carolyn VVcrren.
CAST OF CHARACTERS
Linus . .... ................. . .
Mattie Jone ..
Molly Moe .......
Reverend Ashburn ,.
Mr. White .. . . .. ,
.. Mork Shoror
,. Chuck Lowe
. Sherie Iron
.. Gole Roid
., Don Watson
Townspeople .... Jeannie Barham, Por Cruise, Michael Word
UPPER RIGHT: Den Watson and John Mover--
son. BACK: M ke VV:1rd, Pc? Cruise, Ron Vc-
Lcughlin, Gale Roid, Jeannie Borhcrr, Jucy
Keys, Sherie iron, C::'o'," V'-'o"en, 5f:'k
Sh:1ror,ond Chuck Lowe.
MIDDLE: Cardin Warren, Shane lron, and
LOWER RIGHT: Gale Raid FRONT: P:1fC'ufSe,
Chuck Lowe, Ron McLoughlin, Jeannie Burl-zzrn.
BACK: Mike Wsrd, Judy Kzxys, Sherie lron,
Ccrolyn Vlilrren, ard Mark Sharm
Widow Truelove ,,
Melody Truelove .,
Miss Hofcheif .....
Mr. Grimsfone ..
Miss Hopewell ..
Michoel Finn ..
Lulu Moe . . .
Shonghoi Mornio .
Miss Prymm .....
Pofience Fciithfull .
.. Jeonie Borhom
.... Sue Davis
.. Donna Hughes
.. Chorles Shoup
... , Russell Busey
.... Jonet Bernardo
... Lourence Horimon
,.. Lucy Peterson
.. David Sriers
.... LoVeno Colef
.. Lowrence Brenner
Jeanie Borhom, Russell Busey, June? Bernardo, Donna Hughes ond
Russell Busey, Charlie Shoup, and Dcvid Sfiers.
David Sfiers, Lindo Sellord, l.oVeno Colef, ond Low- Russell T 'ev Donna Hughes, Jonef Bernardo, Lowrence Horfrnon, Jeonie Borhom
rence Brenner. Jim Pet ' ' DW-'S Lowreii L Bren B b
L ner, or orc Colvin, on floor Chorlie Shoup
Tne 'fo'ne"s Tea was nela on ffay T959 Tns was fre Urs?
year a rnafrefs 'ea nas been reld, i' nad a large attendance
and is naped if can be repeafed in fne yea's 'o Caffe. Tne +nerne
was Now and Then wniclw was depiaed in a style review. Tne
"Non" psfion of ire refefx were flne Coles 'lar ine gir's
nad rnade in llweir lwomernalcing classes, Tne "Tnen" portion were
clowes 'ral all girls rafl colleaed our ol cedar cresis, lrenlfs,
and any oflwer place fney could ind oldllazriioried clollies. Tliey
loorcl efeyining lrorn sffirnrnfg suis To wedding gowros.
Tre progfarn also feafared sorne musical rornbers wnicn con-
sisted ofa solo and a number byTl1e iunior girls' singing group.
Alter ine program a reception was nelcl in ine cafeieria.
Good grief! What's the matter Jeannie?
The stag line.
What's with the lights
The theme for the second dance at the year
was Hard Times and they were really hard,
Wally Mathews was general chairman, and
working with his committees made a very nice
dance. Since it was about Halloween time, the
decorations were orange and black crepe
paper, carn stalks were stacked in the center
at the dance tloar along with same pumpkins.
For refreshments there were cakes and donuts.
This was the one "girl ask bay" dance at the
year and the girls really went ta tawn. There
was a big turnout, The lounge was used tar
the couples wha didn't want ta dance.
Barefoot in school? Reqlly girls!
Why so sod?
Upon crossing a bridge bedeclced vvith
oriental shrubbery and flowers, a numer'
ous amount ot people entered the at-
mosphere ot North Eugene's hrst Junior
Prom, so named Lotus Land. Then, within
their partners grasp they swept out onto
the dance floor, becoming aware ot the
mulit-colored Japanese lanterns which
hung at various levels throughout the
room. There was a beautiful array of
colored crepe paper streamers that sep-
arated the individual tables from the
dance floor. Mr. Freddy Yahn and his
orchestra provided music tor every mood
desired. The music lent an everlasting
memory to all those present.
The Grand March heralded the beginf
ning ot the big event for the evening.
ROYAL COURT Sue Swetland Tad Davies Sue Van Den Bos Fred Massey Donna Hughes Wally
Mathewsg Joanne Snodgrass Mike McKay Sandra Brink Carl DiPaolo Standing at back Charlie Shoup
and Louella Kelrn
The royal court were seated and Suz-
anne Van Den Bos was crowned queen
for the occassion. Donna Hughes and
Joanne Snodgrass were her Junior prine
cesses, Sophomore royality consisted of
Sue Swetland and Sandra Brink. The
court was entertained by a short pro-
gram, Refreshments were served through-
out the evening. Included were punch,
cake, and fortune cookies for those who
dared to foresee their future.
It is very conservative to say that the
Prom was a success. Certainly, all who
were there will agree that the tradition
of a Prom for North Eugene couldn't
have gotten off to a better start,
UPPER LEFT: Reaping the fruits of Higher Educafion???
UPPER RIGHT: One and-a two and-o. .
MIDDLE RIGHT: Signs of the Zodiac, by Michael DaVinci Picasso Von Gogh Rernbrant
LOWER RIGHT: Serving minors? Reaiiy Gary.
LOWER CENTER:Ec1r, drink, and be merry, . ,
LOWER LEFT: Grim determination got my pin.
Print and Cord week, April T3-17, was a big success with every member ot the Student
Body participating in each days events.
Sadie Hawkins Day saw slavery return as each girl was to "twirp" her man and do his
bidding for that day. Tuesday brought out the patriotism and school spirit ot North Hi
as lads and lassies donned red and white tor School Colors Day. Judges were appointed
by the Student Council to select the boy and girl who were best dressed tor the occasion.
Edris Lenhart and Jim Ottosen were awarded top honors, Brightest Shirt and Dress Day
found gay cottons in all styles and colors throughout the hall.
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Nancy Gaskill and Jon Bruns were announced as the winners by our ever observant Tuflgcrs,
Democracy ruled as Thursday savv "select" students rule class 'oorns for Student
ment Day. Friday closed our weekday events as Charles Shoup and Luella Kelrn rece-wt, fl
the ludges approval tor the Prettiest Shirt and Dress Day. The Print and Cord Dance was
the hnale to our week ol testlvltles. The therne, "Ap'il ln Parts," was carrfed out or' tlw,
dance floor as park benches and spring shrubs decorated the interior ot the cafeterta.
Certainly, it hnished out a week that was Well plarned, superbly enacted, and geo"
enjoyed by all.
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Campaign week for the Student Body elections at North
Eugene was held from April 27 to May l, with the hnal
vote taken on May l. The victors were as follows: Presi
dent, Walt Mathews, Vice President elect, Mike Hiatt,
Mary Jo Delyea received the post of Secretary, Treasurer
was Eddie Mansell, and Dee Ann Hazard was named
Historian. Some of the pictures included on these pages
are from the campaign for class officers held earlier in
the year by the Sophomore class. The pictures represent
a small selection of the different types of posters that
filled our halls during this period of excerising our
democratic rights, Campaign speeches were numerous
and varied in moods. As usual, campaign promises and
facts reigned. All in all, each campaign week was filled
with wonder and suspense until the results were finally
announced. Such demonstrations in political practices
should give North Eugene l-ligh the proper start toward
future Student Government.
DeeAnn Hasza rd
Student Body President
FIRST ROW: Gale Roid, Bert Loughmiller, Wally Mathews, Rich
Attebury, Luella Kelm, DeeAnn Haszard, Cindy White, Lynda
Qualls, Jim Mitchell, Jim Ottesen, Mike North. SECOND ROW:
Mr. Hendrickson, Gary Bartel, Roger Houmes, Mike Hiatt,
Charlie Shoup, Mary Jane McCrory, Joyce Schultz, Linda Kinnee,
Bonnie Risinger, Mary Blackford, Linda Hofeldt, Judy Fisher,
Sandy Brink, Jerry Oliver. THIRD ROW: Bruce Jones, Marion
Bennett, Ron McLaughlin, Rob Bennett, Bonnie Hoiting, Jeanie
Barham, Linda Lyons, Diana May, Sandy Moltzou, Wally
Thatcher, Randy Boyer, Kit Brazier, Cheryl Elmore, Thelma
Sweeney, David Rablyer.
FIRST ROW: Bill Sandersen, Mark Steinhower, Lawrence Brenner, Beverly Kemph Ruth Senkovich Betty Beach THIRD ROW Bill
Jeff Merten, Carol Goldharnmer, Carol Wray, Jo Steinhower, Dodge Larry Leighton Roger Weed Greg Merten Jett Knudsen
Mary Jane McCrory, Ken Johnson, SECOND ROW: Marv Swan- Ray Ressler Elizabeth Wheeler Jenette Hendricks Linda Doran
son, Nevie Von Zeuthen, Joyce Schultz, Marcia Bullard, Lucy Carolyn Roth Georgiene Foster Kieth Barton Mr Adcock
Peterson, Sue Davis, Shirley Manwaring, Carol Newland,
During the year, one of the largest and busiest organizations
was the Latin Club. It was formed in the fall of the year under
the supervision of Mr. Adcock. The club was allliliated with the
Junior Classical League, a national organization of Latin and
Greek Clubs. The officers were: President, Mary Jo Delyea,
Vice Presidents, Jett Merten, and Carrol Wray, Secretary, Carl
The main proiect of the club was its Roman banquet held in
May. This was a very successful altair which copied the
original Roman style in every way possible. The second year
students, along with various dignitaries, were the guests served
by the tirst year students who acted as the slaves. Money for
this project was raised through several doughnut sales.
They look pretty proud of the finished product. Let's get to work there.
FIRST ROW: Ken Johnson, Jirn Mitchell, Assistant Editor, Claudia Mrs, Soeder, Diane Williams, Arleta Rhoacls, Suzanne Von Den
McFerran, Editor, Bert Lauglwmiller, Merrie Kay Dalton, Ginny Bos, Ellen Sirnenstad, Sherrie Arrnentrout.
Haynes, Barbara Calvin. SECOND ROW: Rob Bennett, Milne Hiatt,
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FIRST ROW: Layout Editor, Sue Barker, Editor, Sue Howard, Hoiting, Jeanette Hendricks, Nancy Chapman, Mrs, Bergman
Photography Editor, Janet Bernardo, Copy Editor, Barbara THIRD ROW: Kathie Keenan, Nancy Gaskill, Linda Qualis,
Zellner, Diane Reck. SECOND ROW: Judy Herendeen, Bonita
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The Neopolymaths were organized for students interested in
reading and discussing well known literature. Olticers this year
were: President, Sandy Coleman, Vice-President, Ed Stautter,
and Secretary-Treasurer, Sandy Barnett. The advisor is Mr,
Burgess. Some ot their activities this year were discussions on
readings such as "The Tempest" by William Shakespeare, Com-
munist Manifesto, and the Declaration ot Independence. They
attended a play at the University of Oregon and a movie at
the Mayflower Theater, They held a barbecue in the spring,
All in all they have had a very worthwhile year,
FIRST ROW: Robin Manela Jerry Erdman Gale Road Ed Stauffer Sandra Coleman
Sondra Barnett, SECOND ROW Tony Gerimonte Russell Busey Bobbye Stanley
Mary Ann Britton Susan Burton Marcia Bullard and Mr Burgess THIRD ROW
Judy Bumngton, Nancy Jones
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The Debate Club was very busy this year raising money
tor trips - then actually taking the trip,
In December an invitational match was held at Forest Grove,
All beginners in speech and debate were sent there for ex-
perience. Then in March a tournament was held at Linheld.
The teams were experienced and varsity debaters. Competi-
tion was stitt. This year the district tournament was held at
North Eugene. From the district, the winning debaters went
to the State Tournament in Corvallis, Oregon, Although
we weren't champions this year, we gained valuable
FIRST ROW: Rich Attebury, Connie Read, Mike Thompkins, Mark Sharar. SECOND ROW: Bill Pfaffenberger,
Robin Manela, Harold Evenson, Sue Hicks, Carol Goldhammer, and Marcia Bullard.
F. T. A.
The Future Teachers of America, as the name implies, are
composed of people who plan on becoming teachers.
The purpose of the FTA, is to explore the held of teach-
ing and to help each member hhd the field most suited
to her. lt is also for people who may have doubts about
becoming a teacher, for here they can look into it and
find out if it really is the career for them. This year not
much has been done except to become organized and
elect otticers. These officers are: President, Carol Gold-
hammer, Vice President, Diane Jensen, Secretary, Bar-
bara Zipf, and Treasurer, Betty Hanson.
Next year the club plans to accomplish a great deal.
They will secure information on teaching opportunities
and qualifications, information on what teaching is like,
teacher education, and plans for college. Another goal
is to acquire an understanding of the history, goals, and
ideals of the teaching profession. This can be accom-
plished by reading materials, seeing films, and entertain-
ing guest speakers, They also would like to visit a campus
in Oregon to see the lives and classes of many other
potential teachers, There are many other activities for
learning about teaching and just having fun in which
they hope to participate.
FIRST ROW: Betty Hansen, Diane Reck, Carol Goldhammer, Diane Jensen, Barbara Zipf. SECOND ROW:
Judy Buftingtom, Vicki Schmidt, Jill Yockey, Phyllis Beat, Sharee Peiterson.
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FIRST ROW: Steve Munson, John Luvoos, Will Moir, Pele Hintz, SECOND ROW: Byron Wood, Dennis
Von Sont, Bob Stewczrr, Mike McCodden, and Roger Weed.
The purpose of the l-li4Y is To creofe ond moinfoin high
stondords of Chrisfion living. The octiviries of the club
include porficipofing in Pre-Legislofure, Yourh ond
Government in Solem where the Hi-Y Clubs of Oregon
conduct o rnoclc Government. The recreolionol progrorn
Tokes ploce in the YM.C,A, The club onends church os o
group once o rnonfh. Eoch week There is cn progrorn on
such subiecfs os dofing, drinking, ond devolions. The
club is ocfive in service proiecis such os the loco! Eosfer
Egg hun? ond vvorlc porlies of The YM.C A To end The
club's progrom is o bonquef, where The Club of the Yecir
ond Boy of fhe Yecir ore ofvorded. Next yeor The club
hos plonned To prinf o sfudenl direcfory, O'Tce's this
yeor vvere: Presideni, Pele l-linfzg Vice-President John
Luvoosg Secrelory, Ki? Brozier, Treosurer, Will Moi? Gnd
Advisor, Mr. Boch.
The Medical Club has been an active organization this year. They
have gone on several planned field trips such as the Sanatorium in
Salem, a tour of Sacred Heart Hospital, and Fairview, a home in
Salem. They meet every second and fourth Thursday. They had elec-
tion of ofhcers early in the year. Officers are as follows: President,
Roselyn Smith, Vice President, Sue Ellis, Secretary, Laura Jo DeMarcus,,
and Treasurer, Ellen Hardy. During the year they have had several
different speakers to speak to them on their Medical Professions. At the
first of the year they had a popcorn ball sale which helped to buy
their FMC pins.
FIRST ROW: Laura .lo DeMarcus, Joyce Schultz, LeAnne Olsen, Phyllis Beat. SECOND
ROW: Edris Lenhart, Judy Maesner, Sharon Malitar, Glenda Mat'escn, and Sharon Don-
ovan. THIRD ROW: Carolyn Fennimore, Mary Parmenter, Linda Doran, and Jill Yockey.
AlThough The Girls League was Tormed only This year,
They have had a mosf successTul year. ln The Tall, each
homeroom chose a girl To represenT Them in The Girls
League ExecuTive Council. These girls, TogeTher wiTh The
chairman heads, meT every oTher Thursday To plan The
acTiviTies. One general meeTing was held aT which Time
The consTiTuTion was approved and The poinT sysTern was
FIRST ROW: Diana May, Donna Hughes, Barbara Zellner,
LeAnne Olsen, Cheryl Elmore, Sharee Peiferson, Ginny Haynes.
SECOND ROW: Sue Davis, Aleffe Appel, Carrol Wray, Sandro
Coleman, Judy BuTTingTon, PaT Tyburczy, Jeannie Brown, BeTTy
discussed. There was also a guesT speaker. The League
planned The MoTher's Tea and The various money raising
acTiviTies which proceded iT.
The chairman heads Tor The year were as follows: Con-
sTiTuTion, CynThia Moir, Program, Donna Hughes, BudgeT,
Dee Haszard, lnsTallaTion, Jeannie Barham, and PoinT
SysTem, Ginny Haynes. The advisor was Mrs. Lamb.
Beach. THIRD ROW: Sue Van Den Bos, Nancy Gaslcill, Dee Ann
Haszard, Cynfhia Moir, Judy Kays, Jean Uchyfil, Pam Parrish,
Mary Morgan, Carol RuperT.
FIRST ROW: Arleta Rhoads, Carol Rupert, Judy Kays, Jill Yockey, ROW: Sharon Collison, Myrna Loy, Pat Kerr, Mike Screen, Kathy
Donna Hennon, Sharee Peiterson. SECOND ROW: Mr, Moore, Richardson, Beverly Kendall, Penna Fults, Diane Peck, and Edris
Sally Durflinger, Alette Appel, Gloria Morton, Leslie Burkhart, Lenhart.
Joy Carder, Marcia Bullard, Mary Soulek, Cindy White, THIRD
The Service Club was a new club to North Eugene during the past year. The membership
was made up mostly of juniors with from eight to ten sophomores.
The purpose of the Service Club was to perform voluntary services tor the members of
the school. During the past year they have furnished students to work at the football
and basketball games. Some of the iobs included ticket sellers, ticket takers, and ushers.
This club was also responsible tor selling concessions during the games. When the club
is fully organized, they will expand their membership and have many added activities.
The president for the past year was Linda Lyons, who created interest in the formation ot
this organization. The officers for the coming year are: President, Edris Lenhart, Vice-
President, Carol Rupert, Secretary, .lulie Brown, and Treasurer, Cindy White.
FRONT ROW: Janet Cone, Roger Weed, Mary Hult, Donna
Hughes, Sue Howard. SECOND ROW: Keith Barton, Neil Madsen,
Miriam Hastings, Judy Swartz, Mary Jane McCrory, Jeannie
Brown, Barbara Calvin, Pete Hintz, Steve Munson, Annette Jac-
quot. THIRD ROW: Ginny Haynes, Harlan Andrews, Tony Geri-
monte, Don Crouch, Mike Tompkins, Carl DiPaolo, Gwen
McReynolds, Shirley Manwaring, Kay Pike, Betty Beach, Jill
Yockey, Sharee Peiterson, Donna Hennen. FOURTH ROW: Bill
Wright, Alette Appel, Judy Adams, Ann Draper, Linda Hebert,
Diane Williams, Suzanne Van Den Bos, Pat Stewart, Nancy Chap-
man, Sandra Brink, Donna Evans, Pat Crume, Sue Swetland, Pat
Peoples. FIFTH ROW: Rich Bolls, Rich Attebury, Jim Mitchell, Bill
Knutson, Lee Fox, Roger Houmes, Mike Hiatt, Bob Bruns, Ken
Johnson, Bill Neely, Bill Thornton, John Luvoas, Tad Davies, Will
Moir, Bob Stewart, Mrs. Froebe.
ln the late autumn every skier's thoughts turn to the mountains. At the tirst sign of snow
out come the skis, boots, and wax. The seasoned experts are dreaming of breaking a
trail through the crisp new powder. At last, the weekend comes, the buses are loaded
up, and we are oft to the mountains. Over the ioyous yells of the experts high on the
hill can be heard the crunching and thudding of the beginners. This describes the tirst
ski trip of the season. Our ski club hopes to foster an interest in skiing and provide a
way so that students can get to the ski area and improve their skills. The officers this
year were: President, Jack Miller, Vice-President, Crystal Bradley, Treasurer, Brenda
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The Pep Club at North was organized to promote school
spirit and good sportsmanship at the North High sports
events, In addition, they sponsored an all school Valentine's
dance. This was the first year for uniforms and they were
solid red, with an emblem on the shoulder. The otTicers for
this year were: President, Barbara Lang, Vice President,
Linda Lyons, Secretary, Ginny Haynes, Co-Secretary, Joyce
Schultz, and Treasurer, Linda Qualls. The advisors were
Mrs. Froebe and Mrs. Poole.
FIRST ROW: Linda Lyons, Ginny Haynes, Barbara Lang, Joyce
Schultz, and Lynda Qualls. SECOND ROW: Mary Parmenter,
Pat Hamilton, Judy Swartz, Alice Davis, Kathy Richardson,
Claudene Ticer, Sharon McConnell, Dee Hazard, Jeanie Brown,
Barbara Calvin, Donna Hughes, Sue Howard, Judy Kays, Merrie
Kay Dalton, and Sandra Sveen. THIRD ROW: Sue Jacobs, Linda
Sellard, Lucy Petersen, Carolyn Warren, Jeannie Barham, Mary
Jane McCrory, Judy Dickinsen, Pat Geiger, Claudia McFerran,
Geri Bissell, Linda Doran, Sherrie Armentrout, Jill Yockey, Phyllis
Beat, Diane Jenson, Glenda Matteson, Sherrie Peiterson, and
Donna Hennen, FOURTH ROW: Vonnie Beckos, Pat Stewart,
Bonnie Hoiting, Mary Hult, Sandy Moltzau, Marion Bennett, Sue
Davis, Judy Herendeen, Sandra Traylor, Norma Barnett, Thelma
Sweeney, Sue Barker, Kathy Ream, Ellen Simenstad, Penna Fults,
Kay Pike, Gwenn McRaynolds, Shirley Manwaring, Carol Rupert,
and Betty Beach. FIFTH ROW: Zoanne Hyland, Judy Schlosser,
Jeanette Hendricks, Betty Hansen, Sue Aldrich, Miriam Hastings,
Mary Jo Stelzer, Nancy Chapman, Barbara Zellner, Janet Cone,
Nancy Gaskill, Anita Strilzuk, Pat Cruise, Nyla Guthrie, Karen
Bloom, Linda Atkins, Beverly Kendall, Mike Screen, Kathy
Asrnervig, Sue Van Den Bos, Diana Berens,
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FIRST ROW: Gordy Myers, Bob Brown, Terry Ambrose, Bob Erb, and Bry
Lake. SECOND ROW: Bill Knutson, Rob Bennett, Roger Houmes, Mike
Hiott, Spike Gordon, and Jerry Cole.
Springfield . .
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South Eugene . . .
Cottage Grove . . .
The Highlanders opened their 1958 football season
with a convincing 31 to 6 victory over the Springe
field Millers. Then in the first home game of the
year the Highlanders came from behind in the sec-
ond half to defeat the same Millers 31 to 13. The
Highlanders then went on to defeat arch rival South
Eugene 19 to 6. After rolling over the Lebanon
Warriors 42 to O, North Eugene ran into the power-
ful Cottage Grove Lions. This was the real test for
North Eugene JV's as it was their first varsity com-
petition. The Lions defeated the spunky Highlanders
26 to 13 in a hard fought contest. In the final game
of the season, North Eugene trounced South Eugene
21 to O, This ended our most successful season.
FIRST ROW: Gordy Myers, Bob Brown, Bob Erb, Ken Johnson
Rich Attebury, Bry Lake, ond Bob Bruns. SECOND ROW Jim
Mitchell, Bruce Jones, Doug Olsen, ond Rob Bennett.
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ENTIRE SQUAD, FIRST ROW: Mike Pulliam, Kit Brazier, Bob
Stewart, John Armes, Fd Stautter, Mark Langley, Paul Clausen,
Dick Dalton, Paul Spriggs, Jim Kraus, Larry Scott. SECOND ROW:
Arnold Mulheirn, Bob Long, Verne Whittaker, Larry Stevens, Bob
Johnson, Bob Garnero, Bob Baker, Bill Campbell, Jerry Myers,
Sherd Duncan, Fred Carlson, Dennis Van Sant, Gary Bartel,
Robert Armstrong. THIRD ROW: Len Bamtord, John Olson, Gary
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Palanuk, Don Watson, Mike Rear, Tom King, Wayne Persons,
Ron Armstrong, Jett Ankeny, Jon Bruns, Tab Davies, Stan Pickens,
Roy Steele, Steve Munson, Dave Pierce, Jim Ottosen, Tom Lee.
FOURTH ROW: Coach Cecil Hodges, Coach Mel Boldenow, Rod
Gunson, Floyd McCarty, Ron Bloom, Bryon Wood, Clitt Beat,
Jirri Ruff, Ed Weigman, Tom Hastings, Larry Schnetzky, Don
Kingsley, Dan Lenhart, Don Jacklin, Milt Blevins, Ed Keebler,
The Sophomore Football Squad actively participated
with other squads in A-l competition. The record they
set, 3 wins, 3 losses, was a good start considering it was
their tirst year ot football. The team's spirit really started
developing at the Albany game where, in Coach Bolde-
now's words, "We started playing like the team we
should be." The sophomores had a lot to learn and had
to work hard all season. Some ot them will be pushing
for varsity berths next year.
South Eugene . . . 6 i3
Springfield .. .. 24 6
Willamette ., . I3 6
South Eugene . . . 6 O
Albany . . . O i2
Springfield .. . O l4
PLAYING SQUAD, FIRST ROW: Len Barnford, Mike Pulliarn, Kit
Brazier, Bob Stewart, John Armes, Ed Stauffer, Mark Langley,
Paul Clausen, Dick Dalton, Paul Spriggs, Jim Kraus, Larry Scott,
Bryon Wood, Ed Keebler. SECOND ROW: Bob Long, Verne
Whittaker, Larry Stevens, Bob Johnson, Bob Garnero, Bob Baker,
Bill Campbell, Jerry Myers, Sherd Duncan, Fred Carlson, Dennis
Van Sant, THIRD ROW: Coach Cecil Hodges, Coach Mel
Boldenow, Cliff Beat, Don Watson, Mike Rear, Tom King, Wayne
Pearson, Ron Arrrstrang, Jef? Ankeny, Jon Bruns, Tad Davies,
Stan Pickens, Torn Hastings, Larry Schnetzky, Ed Weigrnan, Jim
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St. Francis ..
J.V. Tournament at Springfield - second place.
District Tournament at Marshfield - fifth place.
Mr. Robertson checks a "stack up,"
Sherd Duncan tries to get a Springfield wrestler in a "pinning"
FRONT: John Merwin, Sherd Duncan. FIRST ROW: Owen Tax-
dal, Dave Watson, Terry Bacon, Doug Smith, Joe Chadek,
Gary Bartel, Tom Lee, Mike Pulliam, Renne Booth, Mike
Graham, SECOND ROW: Manager, Ray Ressler, Don Crouch,
Gordon Landers, Larry Stevens, Don Watson, Bruce Jones,
Owen Taxdal "riding."
North High added wrestling to its athletic
program this year under the coaching of
Mel Boldenow and assisted by Don Jaclclin.
A "call" was made in November tor all fel-
lows interested in wrestling to turn out -
the result, 47 boys reported. Interest was
high, experienced material low, but deter-
mination was the boys' greatest asset. The
conditioning program was tough and the
boys who stayed with the squad were not
afraid of hard work. The season started
with a meet at Springheld tor "first year
competition." The team was defeated, but
the defeat was turned to a victory at a
later date. Such was the experience this
year but it shows the determination of the
wrestling squad. Next year all should be
back to make the nucleus of a great wres-
tling squad and a great season.
N.E.H.S. man going for o "single leg pickup."
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FIRST ROW: Bob Long, Dennis Van Sanh Jlfn l'f'ause, Ed Staufter, Rand-,f Boyer, Clltt Beat. SECOND ROW:
Coach Cecil Hodges, Manager Alec Peltler, Bob Graham, Lyn Barntora, Ron McClary, Paul Clausen,
Manager Arnold Mulheim.
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South Eugene . ..
North Bend . .
South Eugene ....
FIRST ROW: Doug Olson, Ed Mansell, Roger Houmes, Gordon Myers, Bob Bruns
SECOND ROW: Rob Bennett, AI Henderson, Wally Thatcher, Dennis Langan, Sp1ke
Gordon. THIRD ROW: Coach Mel Krause, Ken Johnson, Royd Faust, Bill Campbell
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FIRST ROW: Lorry Scott, Bob Gornero, Gary Polonuk, Gory Bob Culliclcson, Mouris Henoger, Paul Clausen, Jim Ottesen, Bill
Bortel, Jim Kraus, Jon Bruns, Vern Wlwlttoker, Bill Knutson, Bill Compbell, Fred Montgomery, Kit Brozier, Poul Spriggs, Terry
Jensen, Student Conch, SECOND ROW: Bill Von Atto, Mcmoger, Ambrose, Mel Boldenow, Cooch,
McKenzie . . .
McKenzie . . .
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Coburg . .
Coburg . .
McKenzie . . .
J. V. BASEBALL
The Junior Varsity Baseball team was composed mainly of
Sophomores and competed against local Junior Varsities
and "B" school Varsity squads.
McKenzie . . .
Junction City .
Roseburg . . .
Roseburg . . .
North Bend . .
North Bend . .
The 1959 Highlanders, coached by Mel Krause,
produced a record ot 9 wins, l5 losses, and 2
ties for the season. Inexperience told a large
story as the Highlanders lost 7 games by iust
one run. The Highlanders were 4 and IO in the
rough District 54A-l and tinished Sth, although
they beat the District winners, North Bend, once
in a 2 hit, l-O masterpiece, pitched by Ron
The North Eugene Club placed two men on the
District All Stars. They were Junior outfielder
Rob Bennett, and Sophomore catcher Bob
With an improved pitching staff and an experi-
enced team, the Highlanders look forward to
an impressive season next year.
FIRST ROW: Fred Carlson, Ron McLaughlin, Tom Fryback, Joe Wehr, Chuck Lowe, Bob Bruns, SECOND ROW
Bob Boker, Bry Lake, Jerry Cole, Mike Hiatt, Ken Johnson, Gary Trinka, Rob Bennett, Jerry Williams.
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The Highlanders divot-digging squad enthusiastically waded into an extensive schedule
of fourteen matches against varsity competition. This caliber of competition was nothing
new to them having competed against varsities as Sophomores last year.
In the Hrst match at Corvallis the Highlanders with 9 points came in second to South
Eugene l28t and topped Corvallis V7. The following day North Eugene lost to Cottage
Grove 8-7 at Cottage Grove, The Highlanders finished last with 6 points in a three-way
meet at Albany. South Eugene won with l3, followed by Albany with 9. The Highlanders
switched the scene of action to Oalcway at which time they lost to Cottage Grove 9-6.
Corvallis defeated North High 9V2-5V2 at the Eugene Country Club. Tired of losing the
close ones, the Highlanders scorched the Oakway fairways the following day with a
creditable total medal score of 336 to defeat a formidable Lebanon team 9-6. Finding
victory sweet, the Highlanders blasted Springfield 4V2-V2 but lost to North Salem 9-6.
Competing in the Upstate Meet at Albany, North Eugene nosed out Marshfield to finish in
seventh place. The following week the Highlanders got revenge by blasting North Salem
l I-4 and playing South Salem to a 7V2-7V2 deadlock.
FIRST ROW: Coach Marvin Jaegers, Bill Dodge, Hugh Hensley, Norman Nevers, Jim Hensley. SECOND
ROW: Bill Wright, Louis Soulek, Byron Wood, Don Smyth, Colin McKenzie.
FIRST ROW: Mr. Newland, Mike McCadden, Ed Staufter, Arnold
Mulheim, Les Jake, Robin Manela, Rennie Booth, Spike Gordon,
Sherd Duncan, Dale Taxdal, John Dietz. SECOND ROW: Gordon
Myers, Rich Bolls, Mike Graham, Bert Laughmiller, Bill Anderson,
Doug Appel, Jim Adams, Len Bamford, Jeff Ankeny, Mike Fisher,
Lauren Johnson, Harlen Andrews. THIRD ROW: Doug Olsen, Alex
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Peltier, Wayne Pearson, Tom King, Tony Gerimante, Walt Math-
ews, Mike Carew, Tad Davies, Scott Michael, Clif? Beat, Kirke
Nygaard, Mike Grove, FOURTH ROW: Larry Stevens, Randy
Boyer, Don Watson, Rich Attebury, Gerald Moore, Will Ruther-
ford, Mike Warren, Stan Pickens, Gary Morris, Bob Long, Dennis
Van Sant, Paul Eichmeyer, Dan Lenhart, Will Moir, Bob Stewart.
The North Eugene High Track and Field Forces
practicing and competing without a track of their
own have shown tremendous progress during this
past season. Last season, the Men of North High
qualified one contestant from the sub-district meet
into the district meet, and the year of i959 saw
the Highlanders qualify i5 men plus sending a
relay team, a pole vaulter, and an 880 runner to
the State meet at Corvallis. Every meet saw the
squad breaking another school record and the
records as they now stand are very impressive for
a school that has competed tor only two years.
Above all, the year of 1958-59 has shown that
the track and field forces have learned what it is
to work and have developed pride in perform-
ance that is so necessary for top-flight competi-
tion. A tradition has been started that will begin
to put the track and field forces of North High
among the best in the State, Twenty-one team
members received varsity awards and twenty-four
received junior varsity awards.
Bonita Hoifing, Secretary, Jeannie Barham, Treos
urerg Rob Bennett, President, Jim Mitchell, Vice
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It seems lust o few short weeks ogo thot we moved into o portly completed building
nn October l957
It IS with o sense of reol occomplnshment thot we con look bock to thot dote ond revlew
the growth ond development thot hos token place obout Us
Our school us emerging wuth o developnng trodutuon of benng o friendly school pos
sesslng hugh stondords of behovlor ond ochuevement In ocodemlc cxreos os well os In
We hove developed o hugh stote of morole bosed on rnutuol respect ond understand
:ng With thus ottntude ond trodutnon we con look torvvord with contldence to the
contanuol development of on outstondnng school
ROBERT NEWLAND VICE PRINCIPAL DEAN OF BOYS
Ron Wnlltams and Wally Mathews discuss next year s schedule wnth Mr Newland
Mrs BETTY BERGMAN DEAN OF GIRLS
Nancy Chapman and Sue Davus dtscuss thelr future careers
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World History Coach
Scciol Living, History
The library is put to good use
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egers is u flrrw believe' In educufiond 'vc
Mrs. ARLENE HAVEY
English, Speech, Debate
Mrs. RUTH SOEDER
English, Creotive Writing
French students enloy their French store
These Debcters don't look too serious.
Mrs. OLIVIA FROEBE
English, Social Living
Who? hoppened to the school books?
Miss LOTTIE LAMB
Reading, English, Drama
Mrs. HELENE GREENE
Romulus and Remus?
At least CI few Junlors study,
Miss DIANNE KUHL
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Mrs. MAXINE MOOREHEAD
Fingernoils don'T help 0 bit, do fhey?
Mrs. LOUANA LAMB
Diseding is fun!
Mrs. BARBARA POOLE
Chemistry students hard at work.
Goemetric designs are fosinoting
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Art srudems 'raking cOfIee fabIe for Smdenf Lounge,
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Miss MARILYN DAVIS
The boys are hard at work.
Mathematics, Drivers' Education
Bond and Orchestra
Don't Hub that note.
Mrs. GAY RUSSELL
Miss AGNES BEST
Boys' P.E,, Biclogy
Mrs. BILLY ALBIN
Miss HANNAH BORGERS
One of the rwony iobs in ofice practice.
Find any ccvifies.
Mrs. WANDA DAVIES, Mrs, LOIS RUFF, Mrs. RUTH BRUM-
LEY, Mrs, LOUISE WASHBURN, Mrs. ETHEL YODER
Mrs. JOY HENSON
Mrs. HAZEL REI ERSGAARD
HARRY MITCHELL, JIGGS KIRTLEY, FINN GAUSLAA
Mr Ruff of OUR BARBER SHOP 943 Rnver Road RIVER ROAD PHARMACY has a flne assortment of
keeps busy wlth customers drugs cosmetlcs and greefung cards
McDANIEL LUMBER CO as where youll End all your POWELL DRUGS will gladly flll all your prescription
bunldlng needs needs They are a194l Rnver Road
McKAY S MARKETS a e convenuently loca7ed for every Florence Robertson looks relweved after Talking over
day shop mg msurance F3VOblwns at J NORMAN BENNETT IN
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Congmmlu,.,,,,l ALLEN S SHELL SERVICE
205 Coburg Rd
MILLER S DEPARTMENT STORE
Service ls My Business
OAKWAY BARBER SHOP I5 the handy place to e Bob Chapman wands up Mrs Tompkins Volkswagon
your hair cur or that Centennial beard trimmed as Ken Reavus cleans the windshield at JERRY LEIBELS
RIVER ROAD SERVICE STATION They sell gas tool
rnozm FRAEDRICK SAVING CENTER
For Your Convenience 1040 Rwey Road
HANDY SNACK CAFE D'CK'5 Vmex
165 Rlver Road
Smnth Shopping Cenver
Need a new sllp cover? See KINGS UPHOLSTERY SANTA CLARA MARKET ts the place to stop for all
1050 Rlver Rood your grocery needs
ANN UAL PHOTOGRAPHER
Photographs of Dlstlnctlon
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Ross Frye demonstrates the complete service you re
ceuve at HERB FRYES SERVICE STATION 395 Coburg
SANTA CLARA DRUG IS the place for prescrlptuons For superb auto servvce try HASTINGS UNION
cosrnetlcs and :andy SERVICE Mr Hastnngs wall be glad to help you
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For convenlence and economy ID clothing n eds shop
AL RED and ROYS
282 W. Broadway
RUSH S CAFE
255 River Road
FOR BETTER APPEARANCE
200 River Road
Need hardware supplies? PLANT'S can supply your
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Adams James 60 75
Adams Judy 37 75
Adcock Dwayne 25
Adkuns Jock 75
Alrd John 65
Aurd Judy 75
Albln Mrs Blllle
Aldrnch Suzanne 39 65
Allum Blllle 75
Ambrose Terrance 44 45
Anderson Howard 32 41 65
Anderson Lyn 75
Anderson Ruth 75
Anderson Wl11ram32 41 60 7
Andrews Harlan6 32 37 41 8 60 75
Anglm Perry 65
Ankeny Jeff 46 47 60 75
Anway Dolly 65
Aplln Glenn 91
Appel Alette 34 35 37 75
Appel Doug 41 60 65
Armentrout Sherrue 26 36 39
Armes John 46 47 75
Armstrong Robert 46 75
Armstrong Ron 46 47 75
Armstrong Ttm 65
Arnold Brent 40 65
Ash Lynn 75
Aslnn Gene 65
Asmervlg Kathy 39 65
Atktns Linda 39 65
Attebury Rtchard 6 24 37 40 44
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Ayres Mary Lynne 75
Babcock Louis 65
Bach Rtchard 96
Bacon Terry 48
Baker Robert lBobl 46 47 51 75
Bamtord Leonard 46 47 51 60 75
Barham Jean 9 10 24 39 40 64 65
Barker Susan lSue 27 36 39 65
Barnes Dexter 75
Barnett Norma 28 36 39 65
Barnett Sandra 36 75
Bartel Gary 24 46 48 54 75
Barton Dee 75
Barton Kenth 25 37 65
Barton Marllyn 65
Bauch Theodore 65
Baxley Dan 65
Beach Betty 25 34 36 37 39 65
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Beat Phyllns 30 33 36 39 65
Becker James 75
Beckos Yvonne 38 39 40 65
Bell Louetta 65
Bennett Dorothy 75
Bennett Marlon 6 8 24 39 40 65
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Berard Clarence 65
Berens Dtana 39 65
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Bergman Betty 27 89
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Best Agnes 101
Betts Dennls 75
Bexans Russell 65
Beymer Mark 44 65
Beymer Mered1th 75
Btssell Gert 36 39 65
Buttleston James 75
Blackford Mary 24 75
Block Barbara 65
Block John 75
Bloom Karen 38 39 65
Bloom Ronald 46 75
Boldenow Melvxn 46 47
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Borgers Hannah 102
Bottom Doris 66
Bowers Davld 75
Boyer Randy 24 51 58 60 74 75
Boylan James 32 75
Bradford Lewns 75
Bradley Crystal 66
Bray Clark 66
Bray Rickey 66
Brazier Harold 24 46 47 54 75
Brenneman Kathryn 66
Brenner Lawrence 10 25 32 40 66
Brxstow Larry 66
Bntton Mary Ann 28 76
Brown Frank 76
Brown Jeannle 34 36 37 39 66
Brown Julle 66
Brown Robley 44 45 66
Brumbaugh Cathryn 66
Brumley Mrs Ruth 103
Bruns Jon 19 46 47 50 54 76
Bruns R bert 37 44 45 52 57 66
Buftlngton Judy 28 30 34 76
Bull Sharon 36 76
Bullard M rcla 25 28 29 35 76
Burch Bonnie 76
Burdlck Jan ce 76
Burgess Charles 28 90
Burkh rt Leslie 35 76
Burt Mlchael 66
Burt n Suzan 28 76
Burton Wallace 66
B s y Russell 10 28 32 6
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C llahan C ro yn 76
Calvn Barbara 10 26 37 39 66
C mpbell Dar one 36 76
Campbell Wllllann 46 47 52 54 76
Carnpbel R ymond 66
Card r Joy 35 76
Car w Mlke 44 60 66
Car son Fred 46 57 76
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Cassudy Judy 66
C ton Colleen 76
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Chambers Paua 76
Chapman G1 dys 66
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Chase Jack 76
Chrxsten Don 66 111
Chrts otlerson Carol 76
Chrnstotterson Gene 66
Clark Floyd 66
Clark Harold 66
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Cochran Sue 76
Coe Rrchard 58 66
Cole Jerry 44 45 57 66
Coleman Sandra 8 28 34
Collnns Rlchard 66
Colllson Sharon 35 66
Cone Janet 37 39 66
Cook Sherry 76
Coo ey Cheryl 76
Cooper Wllluam 76
Cralg Judy 76
Cree' Larry 41 66
Crouch Don 37 48
Crulse Patricia 9 39 66
Crume Patrlcla 37 76
Cullen C rol 67
Cushxng Cxdney 67
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Davenport Dona' ' 67
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De ry Mnchael 67
Dckmson Judy 36 39 40 67
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Koke, DeRonah 79
Kostad, 1-larvey 69
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Kroeger, Sue 79
Krogh, Janet 79
Kuhl Dianne 95
Lake Ralph 8ry144 45 57 69
Larrb Lottie Lee 93
Lamb Mrs Louana 95
Lande s Gordon 48 69
Lang Ba bara 39 40 69
Langan Dennis 52 69
Langley Mark 46 47
Larson Chris 8 38 70
Larson Karen 79
Lause R bert 58 70
Lay Gary 79
Lee Thomas 46 48 79
Leighton Larry 25 79
Lenhart Dan 46 60 79
Lenhart Edris 18 33 35 7
Lesan Jim 79
Lewis Corlne 79
Lewis Ron 70
Lichtenwalter Dick 70
Linden Jim 50
Llnebaugh Stephanie 79
Lot? lmacher Terry 79
Long Robert lBob1 46 47 51 60 79
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Lowe Chuck 9 57
Loy Loretta 79
Loy Myrna 35 70
Lush Don 44 70
Luvaas John 31 37 79
Lyons Linda 24 39 70
Madsen Niel 37 70
Maesner Judy 33 79
Manela Robin 28 29 32 58 60 79
Manse' Eddie 20 44 52 70
Manwaring Shirley 25 36 37 39 70
Mas ngil Marydel 36 79
Mason Martin 70
Massey Fred 15 70
M ther Deanna 70
Ma hews Walter 12 15 20 24 44
Matteson Glenda 33 36 39 70
Maxwel Sherry 79
M y Dana 24 34 70
McCaoe R bert Bob 8 70
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