Stayton High School - Santiam Yearbook (Stayton, OR)
- Class of 1947
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sENioR CLASS HISTORY
In the fall of 1955, three of our present number, began
the first grade in dear, old Stayton Grade School. These were
Stanley Brown, Eldon Jordan and Elaine Maisel. Our first year
proved uneventful, we even seemed to enjoy ourselves.
Beginning the new school year in the second grade we were
joined by Clare Burch and Velma Raph, who helped us carry on
our tradition of being a remarkable class.
In the third grade we picked some more brilliant stu-
dents, Carol Titus, Naomi Morgan, and Wayne Lierman.
By this time school was getting to be a habit rather than
something new, but we all made it into the fourth grade where
our nstar football' player, Wayne Follls joined us.
The fifth and sixth grade passed without any new addi-
In the seventh grade we picked one new member, Mabel
The eighth grade proved a little more-generous we added
three, Rose Sheffer, Merle Limbeck, and Burdette Rice. f
The next year was a little tough on us but we added to
our number to endure initiation these were: Alfreda Kenley,
Agnes Poole, Normalene Lynch, Barbara Smith, Lois Blum, Laura
Fery, Doris Van Handel, Glenn Archibald, Herald James, Ronnie
Johnson, Bob Curtis, Bob Freres, Theone Pieser, Delores
Archambeau, and Louise Snoddy. '
In our Sophomore year we added one member Clinton Wilson.
By now we were a pretty large class, but in our Junior
year we added a few more to our number in the form of, Ed
Marshall, Dale Hopper, Fon Brown, and in the last half Norma
In our final year lwe keep telling-ourselvesl, we added
a Junior to our number who found she had enough credits to
graduate with us, she is Alice Sanberg.
This concludes our history which is much like all other
classes, but to us is very important.
THE SENIOR CLASS WILL
We, the class of 1947, in the Town of Stayton, the
County of Marion, and the State of Oregon, being in as good
mental condition as usual, and in much better temper than
usual, do hereby make this, our last will and testament,
rendering void and of no avail any former will or wills,
that may have been previously made by us in a period of tem-
We realize that when we have passed on into our separate
destinies there are many things that we must leave behind, as
we cannot take them with us. . A
Therefore, in this manner we do dispose of our posses-
To the Junior Class, soon to be seniors, we leave our
text books, desks and teachers. Use them well, and pass
them on to the next class in as good condition as you re-
ceived them. Also, to the Junior class we leave our dig-
nity, ambition, and above all, our wisdom. The latter
gifts, we hope, will help to overcome their present inertia.
To the Sophmores, next years' juniors we leave our quiet
manner in class, a profound sense of humor, and our patience,
without which they could not possibly get along with the
To the Freshmen who entered this school untried and ten-
der, and who, in a few months will have become sophomores,
heartless and cruel in freshman initiation, we leave our old
test papers. Since they have come thus far alone, and shown
such astonishing good sense, we will help them the rest of
the way. We give them fair warning, however, that some of
the answers may be wrong.
To the Freshman class of the coming year we leave four
long years of school, also, a map of the school building, so
that they will not get lost and roam about in everyonevs way
looking for classrooms. We include with this map a pam-
phlet entitled, nHow to Tell Teachers.n The legatees will
notice this book is not Nwhatu to tell teachers, but nhowu.
It contains specific information abont which teachers can be
bluffed, which are easy and which are hard to please, and
those whom it is impossible to please. It tells who your
favorite authors must be to stand well with the English teach
er, which history teacher is especially fond of Napoleon,
and what questions to ask to make the science teacher forget
the lesson and be interesting.
To our janitor, who has served us faithfully through-
out the years, we leave any bits of paper, pieces of gum,
candy bar wrappers, scuff-marks on the walls, and finger-
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SENIOR CLASS WILL-CONTINUED
I, Herold James, will my ability to keep quiet in class
to Delores Juel.
I, Ronnie Johnson, will my ability to talk the teachers
into letting me stay in class to Bryce Dczler.
Eldon Jordan, will my undying affection for lower
classmen to the Harrold twins.
I, Alfreda Kenley, will my school girl complexion to the
Sweetheart Soap Company for advertising.
Wayne Lierman, will my short haircut to anyone who
I, Merle Limbeck, will my ambition to be-a fanner to Bill
I, Normalene Lynch, will my freckles to Bob Karg to add
to the few he has already.
I, Elaine Maisel, will my ability to go steady to Mary
I, Ed Marshall, will my position on the basketball team
to Jack Lyons.,
Naomi Morgan, will my position as Student Body Sec
to Letha Thomas.
Theone Pieser, will my muscular build to Gene Corn
Agnes, Pool, will my heighth and blonde curly hair
Velma Raph, will my ability to keep quiet in class
Norma Roesberry, will my green eyes to some cat.
Burdette Rice, will my quiet, unassuming nature to
I, Alice Sandburg, will the gum in my desk to the unfor-
tunate person who sits there next year. p
I, Rose Sheffer, will my glasses to Donavon Steward so he
when his teacher is coming.
Barbara Smith, will my quiet manner to Donna Greer
Louise Snoddy, will my musical ability to Kenneth
SENIOR CLASS WILL-CONTINUED
prints on the windows. Also, we leave broken blinds, win-
dows, and desks, to have and to fix as memories of this
To our dear teachers we leave our sincere gratitude and
our best regards for their unfailing kindness and aid. Also,
we leave a bound pamphlet containing the papers which have
"1" on them. We realize that this is a very small book, but
we hope it will nevertheless afford them much pleasure and
To Mr. Ayres, our principal, we give and bequeath a'
sense of relief that we have at last graduated.
To our school building, itself, we leave a quiet and
peaceful atmosphere which it hasn't known for the last four
The smaller and individual bequeaths are as followsg
I, Delores Archambeau, will my high I. Q- to some fresh-
man who is doubtful of progress without it.
I, Glenn Archibald, will my ability to read fast, pro-
nouncing each word,to Johnny Lynch.
I, Lois Blum, will my long hair to Kenneth Boedigheimer.
a I, Fon Brown, leave for Idaho.
I, Stanley Brown, will my executive ability to next
year's class president. I also leave my position on the
Annual Staff to anyone who can stand the mental strain.
I, Clare Burch, leave my peculiar laugh to Happy Showers
I, Bob Curtis, will my naturally curly hair to Jeannette
I, Laura Fery, will my ability to get the family car to
Bud Fre re s .
I, Wayne Follis, will my manly figure to Harvey Keudell.
I, Bob Freres, will my curly eyelashes to someone who
needs them to catch a girl.
I, Dale Hopper, will my ability to talk fast to Claire
I, Mabel Hougardy, will my determination to Jack
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I, Carol Titus, will my sense of humor to any pessimist
I, Doris Van Handel, will my ability to come to all the
games to Marilene and Marilyn Frichtl. Also, I leave my lit-
tle brother to carry on.
I, Clinton Wilson, will ability to think of a joke when
one is needed and sometimes when one isn't needed to Roberta
Finally we do hereby name and appoint as the sole execu-
tor of this, our last will and testament, our class advisor,
In witness whereof, we, the Class of 1947, The Testator,
have set our hand and seal on this day of June in the year of
our Lord, Nineteen Hundred and Forty-seven. n
SENIOR CLASS PROPHECY
Last week, while looking through an old high school an-
nual I began to wonder whatever became of the class of 1947.
So the very next day I packed my bags, hired a helicopter,
and headed west--destination: Stayton, Oregon.
Arriving there within a couple of hours, I landed the
helicopter on the top of a building, rode the elevator down
to street level, and there hesitated a moment in doubt. I
didn't know what to do next. The thriving metropolis of Stay-
ton that now confronted me was very unlike the Stayton I once
As I stood there I noticed a man approaching through the
crowd, He seemed to recognize me and in a moment I recog-
nized him, too. It was Burdette Rice. To my surprise I found
that he was the owner and manager of the Stayton Mail, one of
the largest newspapers in the state of Oregon. When I told
him that I was trying to locate all of our classmates, he of-
fered to help, saying that some were still in and around Stay-
On this same block stands the home and business estab-
lishment of Normalene Lynch and Alfreda Kenley. They sell
rare and beautiful flowers. Neither have married, although
they both have countless suitors.
We went to the Stayton Mail office to see Rose Shaffer,
who is the originator of nHandsome Henry,n the famous comic
SENIOR CLASS PROPHECYZCONTINUED
strip character in the Stayton Mail. We found her busy and
happy, and had a nice visit.
As we left the Stayton Mail office, a bus drove up and
parked in front of the bus-depot across the street. A tall,
husky man stepped off and was immediately surrounded by a
noisy, admiring crowd. Burdette, with the nose of a true
newshound, practically flew across the street, and I had trou-
ble keeping up with him. It was Wayne Lierman, the famous
heavy-weight boxing champion. As we came up I heard him say-
ing, NI owe all my success to Dale Hopper, my manager.N Dale
always could talk faster than a bird flies. , ,
After a short visit we consulted the newspaper files and
compared bits of information until we had located every member
of the class of 1947.
We found that Fon Brown is running for the governorship
of Utah. He has served two terms in the State Legislature,
one term in Congress and one term in the State Peniteniarya-
Cwarden, that isl. Considering his record, I think he is well
qualified for the job.
Naomi Morgan is his secretary at the moment, but rumor
has it that when the election is over they are going to be
married. Then she will keep track of his hours at home, too.
Glenn Archibald is a big game hunter. He got in trouble
last week with the police. You see, he attended a modeling
show with his wife, and accidentally shot Doris Van Handel.
She was wearing a fur coat and he forgot where he was. Accord-
ing to the latest reports the coat has abig hole in its side,
Glenn has a black eye which he got resisting an officer, but
Doris was unharmed. A
We found Carol Titus on the Society page. She and her
husband, a very successful business man, are entertaining a
few friends at their home. Among the guests were Barbara
Smith, and her husband, who is the geometry teacher at the new
high school. , f
After a little research, we discovered Eldon Jordan and
Lois Blum in Hollywood. They are one of the greatest fancy
dance teams in the United States. They are hailed by the
critics as Nthat u tiring team--full of pep, new jokes, dance
steps--never to grow oldln Q
Also in Hollywood is Mabel Hougardy. She was chosen as
Miss Oregon a few years ago. As a result of that contest she
went to Hollywood and took a screen test. Her latest picture
is now playing at the Star Theater in Stayton. It is rated
as wonderful entertainment.l '
SENIOR CLASS PRCPHECYFCONTINUED
Herold James married a model, and earns a living, as well
as a great deal of
fame, photographing his wife and their
three lively children.
Agnes Poole was married soon after leaving school and is
now in Reno divorcing her second husband on the grounds of
stupidity, fthe husband, of coursej.
Clinton Wilson is Stayton's leading undertaker. In his
own words, nYbu die your part and I'll do mine.n
inherited a million dollars, traveled
around the world twice, he now spends all his time playing
the pinball machine. Whether he is trying to lose all his
money or make more
is not quite clear. '
Wayne Follis is a famous, or should I say, Notorious
Architectectural Engineer. nHe is credited with the Bon Ton
Building. It not only scraped the sky but breaks through and
samples the air above.
Louise Snoddy, I was delighted to learn, is a great in-
ventor connected with General Electric, and at the present
time is experimenting on a machine for disrupting schedules.
Just what we need.
Everything runs too smoothly nowadays.
Ronnie Johnson is head janitor at Stayton High School.
He picked up the papers and swept the shop so much while in
high school, that he decided he liked the job. His policy is
to throw the paper
into the street rather than the waste-
basket, so the street cleaner can take over from there. His
invaluable assistant is Bob Freres.
Laura Fery is
a airplane hostess. She earned no little
fame a couple months ago when her plane crashed in a lonely
part of the mountains. Casualties were great, and would have
been greater, except for Laura's quick-witted action. Among
the survivors were
five small children who would otherwise
Theone Pieser, M.D., B.A., etc. is.the absent-minded pro-
fessor at Oregon State. Do you remember how often he went in-
to the hall to study because of the noisy atmosphere of the
classroom? He has
and diligent study.
hasn't lost a case
Richard versus the
Bob Curtis is
certainly been rewarded for his ambitious
is a famous lawyer in New York City. He
in his entire career. His latest case is
people. Richard refused to open the door.
one of the biggest bean growers around
Stayton. He has developed a movable bean row. All the pick-
ers have to do is sit on a stool, and the bean vines go by
slowly enough so that
move up-and-down like
reach the top without
he can pick off the beans. They also,
a merry-go-round so that the picker can
getting up. CIsn't this modern world
Norma Roesberry is just completing a book for children.
It is called 'Once Upon a Time Georgia had two Governorsn,
ElalneMa1sel and Ed Marshall, who were going steady in
1947, are still going
Clare Burch is
Police Force. She
who specialized in
steady. Elaine is a vetinarain, her
and Ed owns a grocery store.
a famous woman detective on the Stayton
recently apprehended a gang of desperadoes,
stealing Jewelery from babies sleeping in
carriages outside of the homes of the wealthy people of Stay-
Alice Sandberg, and Velma Raph are living in New York.
Alice and her magic saxaphone, is playing with the All Girl
orchestra, and Velma is a famous basketball player.
Delores Archambeau is town marshall of Stayton. She en-
forces law and order,
and is very well liked by all the in-
mates of the jail, because she smuggles files to them in cakes
she has baked. They throw the files away, but they love
Stayton High School can be proud of the Class of 1947.
:Although it was not a
particularly large class, it has gath-
numerous personal achievements.
CALENDAR OF EVENTS
School Opens- ----------------------------- September 16, 1946
Football Practice ------------------- + ----- 19,
Football Rally ---------------------------- 25,
First Football Game ----------------------- 27,
Humorist Assembly ------------------------- October 2,
Freshman Initiation ----------------------- ll,
Sophomore-Freshman Party ------------------ ll,
Football Banquet -------------------------- 22,
The Adventures of Tom Sawyer, Show -------- 24,
National Assembly ------------------------- November l,
HayFoot, Show ---- ------------------------- 6,
Freshman-Sophomore Party ---------------- - 15,
National Assembly ------------------------- 20,
Football Season Over- -------------------- 22,
JeepHerders, Show ------------------ ------ - 27,
Thanksgiving Vacation -------------------- - 27,
Back Again ----------------- 3 -------------- December 2,
Basketball Jamboree ------------- ---------- 6,
National Assembly ---- --------------------- 9,
CALENDAR OF EVENTS-CONTINUED
Pardon Us, Show ----------------- December 20, 1946
Christmas Vacation --------------- --- ------ 20,
Back Aga1n-- ------ ------------------------ January 6, 1947
Babes On Swing Street --------------------- 7,
Semester Tests ughl!!-- ------------ 16,
More Tests ------------------------- ------- 17,
Annual Pictures Taken --------------------- 17,
Stayton Girls vs. Sc1o-- ------------------ 22,
Stayton Girls vs. Estacada ------ -- ------ - 51,
Nat ion al As sembly ------------ ----------- F ebruary 4 ,
Board and Faculty Banquet ----------------- 14,
Basketball Tournament --------------------- 24,
Basketball Tournament ------------ March l,
Senior Magic Show ------------------------- 7,
Tanks a Million, Show --------------------- ' 14,
Smoker ------------------------------------ 21,
Baseball Opens -------------------------- -- 24,
Seniors visit State Institutions ------- -- April 22,
Junior Class Play Matinee ----------------- 24,
Senior Flunk Day -------------------------- 28,
National Assembly ------------------------- lay '7,
Music Week ---------------------- ---------- 8,
Junior-Senior Banquet --------------------- 10,
May Day ----------------------------------- 17,
Alumni Banquet ---------------------------- 17,
Fashion Show and Mother Day Tea ----------- 20,
Baccalaureate ---------- --------- 25,
Graduation -------------------------------- 29,
Seniors Out, Hurrah --------- -------------- A 29,
Semester Tests -------- -- -------- --- Ju e 5,
More Tests- ------------------------------- 4,
School Picnic --------- -------------- ------ 5,
Report Cards -------- ' ---------------------- 6,
School Out, Hurrah ----------------------- 6,
JUNIOR BUSY BODIES
telling jokes ------ -----
belng cheerful ------------------ -----
Chewing gum ------------ . ------------
keeping quiet ------ ----------
looking pretty ------------- ----
dancing -------------------------- ----
writing notes ------------------ -----.
with Ronnie --------- -------------- ---
amusing kids --------- ------------
helping people ----------------- ------
taking down assignments ------- - ---- --
arguing with teachers-- ------------ --
raising heck --------------------- ----
asking questions ---------------------
talking ----------------------- -------
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Members of the Junior Class from where talent came for the
play HLove ls Too Much Troubleu, a three-act farce, whose
setting was the college hangout, The Elite Tearoom, referred
to by'studehts ss the HPoison Potu. Tossty fLuells 3esl7,s
the proprietor, tried, unsuccessfully, to censor the plottings
of Pinky C3111 Hertz? sid Joe CRichard Eienkel to get to the
From. They had heeh restricted by Dr. Pillsy fJim Baslb and
Dean Ross CBetty Jo Kelthleyl. All they wished to do was take
their girls, Shirley CHarle Feryb and Sugar Lou CJoy Keirseyl
to the ?rom. Gggy lBryce-Dozlerb was paid that amount for his
participation in the scientific enterprise "suspended anima-
tionn. Konica CEonita Eehlenj an impressionable high school
girl, and her Mother iEl1zsheth Rhoda! a band leader fhen
McCallD, sisters Flo and Ebb CHarg were and Sharon Gehlenl all
add to the laughs and plot.. Connie CLestha Thomasl, who jerks
sodas at the ?oison Pot, turns out to he a beauty and furnish-
es the love interest with Pinky.
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JUNIOR CLASS HISTORY
United we stood, the fifty of us,
As Juniors we were known.
Meetings were called and business discussed,
And to the school our merit was shown.
As support to our team we rallied to help
Our cause, and their cause, too,
We sold hot dogs, buns, and cokes
To make our treasury come through.
Old Saint Nick arrived in style
In December at Stayton High,
The Juniors had a welcome out
And a fir tree standing high.
In March we made plans and
rehearsed to present
'Love ls Too Much Troublen ---- we know!
The audience laughed at the clever lines,
And agreed we gave quite a show.
For activity our thoughts were many,
And so far the school we planned
Many kinds of entertainment,
An ice-skating party was at hand.
In the spring of the year as honor came due
To the Seniors about to depart,
A banquet we gave, which was lovely to see,
They were given our praise-and support.
Now we are ready and willing
To face next year in new style,
When we will be the Seniors,
For the Juniors to pass with a smile.
IDEAL JUNIOR GIRL IDEAL JUNIOR
HAIR . . . , . . . Virginia HAIR. . . . . . . .
EYES . . Wahneta EYES. . .
TEETH. . Esther NOSE. . . .
SMILE. . Sharon TEETH . . .
VOICE. . Bonita SMILE . . .
LAUGH. . . Mary Lou VOICE . . .
DIMPLES. . Marie HUMOR . . .
COMPLEXION Colleen IAUGH . a . .
PERSONALITY. . . Mary Anne COMPLEXION. .
HANDS. . . Elizabeth PHYSIQUE. . .
WALK . . . Letha WALK- - - - -
LEGS . . Joy ATHLETICS . .
CLOTHES. . Pat PERSONALITY .
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Frichtl Bischoff Bischoff
Stewart Ware Kruse
Boedigheimer Poole Mason
James Bentley Reiger
Roesberry Nelson Baal
Silbernagel Schieman Hagen
Harold Greer Odenthal
Warden Cunningham Gunsaules B
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SOPHOMGRE CLASS HISTORY
On September 16, 1946, fifty-eight students enrolled
into the Sohhomore class, taking up another year of High
During the first class meeting Mr. French was chosen
Class Advisor and the other various officers as follows:
Truman McClellan. . . .President
Donavon Stewart . . . .Vice President
Phyllis Wallen. . . .Treasury
Kay Cunningham. . . .Secretary
Marilene Frichtl. . . . . . . . . .Student Body Rep.
Eylng the Freshman as they dazedly wandered around,
the Sophomores began plotting their initiation. Those on
the committee were--Jerry Hunter, Donna Lee Greer, Phyllis
Wordon, Karlyne Schieman, Billy Covert, and Kenneth Morris
That evening after the initiation, the Sophomores
gave the Freshman a coming out party, receiving them as
In order to supply funds for the class treasury the
Sophomores sold hot-dogs at the Stayton basket-ball games.
At a student body assembly two Sophomore girls, Betty
Mason and Jeannine Bentley were elected School Band Major-
ettes after a group of tryouts. P
If a rapid fire of popping
To your ear through the corridors come,
Don't be scaredg you needn't run
It's only Marilene F. chewing her gum
Donavon Stewart is campaigning on the most
important project of his life. -That is he's try-
ing to equip the halls with easy chairs to make
the spare time he spends there more comfortable.
Our class is as studious as can be
We never get noisy or rough.
It's so quiet you can always hear a pin drop
Providing it's large and heavy enough.
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FRESHMAN CLASS HISTORY
Monday morning September l6, 1946, sixty-two very green
and bewildered freshmen entered the doors at Stayton High.
At the first class meeting, Mrs. Bertha McDaniel was
chosen class advisor and the following officers were elected:
President o 0 o 1 o o Q c 0 o A n 0 e s Roy Brown
Vice-president . . . . . .Lowell Nightingale
Secretary-treasurer. . .'. . . . . . . Nina Harold
Sergeant at-arms . . . . . . . . . . . David Brown
Student council representative . .Dorothy Williams
l On the fatal day of October 2, we were initiated. The
girls had to wear long handled underwear, a galosh on one foot
and a bed-room slipper on the other. Their hair had pin curls
on one side, curlers on the other, and braids in the back and
front with green ribbons attached. Each girl carried a buck-
et, a mop, and shoe polish. d
The boys wore a halter and a skirt six inches above the
knee, a bandana on their heads, a dress shoe on one foot, and
a boot on the other. Each carried a broom, a dust pan, and
shoe polish. '
We had to carry books from class to class for the Soph-
omores. polish their shoes and kneel down and touch our noses
to the floor. Some had to mop the streets or crawl across on
hands and knees.
That evening we were given a very enjoyable party by the
Sophomores. We played games, went on a treasure hunt, and had
ice cream and cookies for refreshments.
A return party was given the Sophomores November 5. Sev-
eral of the teachers joined in the exciting games which
brought squeals of laughter from the on lockers. One of the
highlights of the evening was a string-chewing contest.
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THE ANNUAL STAFF
Ass't Business Manager
Ass't Picture Editors
Elaine Maisel, Norma Roesberry
Miss Johnston, Miss Hickman
Agnes Poole, Theone Pieser
Wayne Lierman, Dale Hopper
Clinton Wilson, Wayne Follis
Lois Blum ,
THE PEP CLUB was organized by the Senior girls, who are to be
Charter members, and select Junior girls each year for mem-
The first meeting Miss Johnston and Miss Hickman were
selected as the advisors. The officers for the year are as
President . . . . . . . Elaine Maisel
Vice-President. . . . . Mabel Hougardy
Secretary-Treasure. . . . Delores Archambeau
Social e 0 e 0 0 e o o o o c Velma
THE LETTERMEN of Stayton High School met for the first time
on October 17, 1946. Officers were elected as follows:
President, Fon Browng Vice President, Theone Pieserg Secretary
Treasure, Wayne Liermang Sergeant at Arms, Wayne Follis. '
One topic of the first meeting was the wearing of un-
earned stripes. It was decided that all stripes that had not
been earned were to be covered by October 25 or the sweater
would be taken away from the student until he or she promised
to cover them.
On December 4, the initiation of 15 new lettermen into
the Order of 'S' took place. This we Bound very difficult as
there were only 9 original Lettermen from the previous year.
The annual banquet for the Letterman was dispensed with
because the mothers of the boys had given them one at the end
of the football season.
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A new coach came to Stayton High this year. He is one
Edwin K. Burton, Jr. just out of the Army and an assistant
coaching job at Nyssa, Oregon. Mr. Burton graduated from
Stayton started practicing football the day school open-
ed, with a pretty good turn out. We bought six complete new
uniforms, and with what we had, it wasn't enough.
We didn't get off to such aggood start. Our first home
game was with Mollala, who had a Championship team this year.
The score was 55-O. The boys were pretty green in this game,
because we had practiced only two weeks.
The next Friday we went to Woodburn to play the Bulldogs,
and came back on short end of 19-O defeat. Bill Mertz, fini
string guard, suffered a broken ankle. That put him out of
action for the rest of the season, a distinct disadvantage.
In our next home game we lost 15-O to Sacred Heart Aca-
demy from Salem.
The next Friday we played the Silverton Foxes on our
home field and I think it safe to say we played our best game
of ball in the whole season that day, but were defeated 7-O.
Next we went to Sandy and played mud ankle-deep, and
were set back 20-O.
. Our next game was at home with Estacada. Half back Swede
Boedigheimer drew first blood for us this year by scoring the
first touch down. WHapH Showers, left end, scored the second
but in spite of this it looked like we were going
to add another defeat to our list, till in the last quarter
when we completed a pass from half back Ronnie Johnson to
Right end Brown. The score 20-20.
On Armistice Day we journeyed to Mount Angel, bound and
determined for a win. We barely got 15-12 on touchdown's by
Jordon. Also that day Ronnie Johnson stood out on
ruining plays and yours truly completed a pass for 60 yards.
here and we
played a 55
next to the last game of the season, Dallas came
battled to a 15-15 tie. Touchdowns were made by
and Half back Johnson.
last game of the season we played a night game at
field was muddy. It rained more. We were out
6 defeat. Our Full back, Theone Pieser, finally
drawing blood for the score:
Thus ended our rather haphazard football season with the
following making letters: Ronnie Johnson, Theone Pieser,
Richard Nienke, Fond Brown, Bob Karg, Wayne Follis, Jim Basl,
Merle Limbeck, Dale Hopper, nSwedeN Boedigheimer,
Lester Luke, Eldon Jordon, Glenn Archibald, Stanley Brown,
Clair Limbeck, HHapn Showers, Clinton Wilson, Wayne Lierman,
and Adam Mack.
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The Girls Athletic Association was organized under the
direction of Miss Johnston, Physical Education Teacher. The
officers elected for the year were the following: Letha
Thomas, President, Mary Lou Nielson, Vice President, Agnes
S. H. S. BAND
At the beginning of the school year a band was organiz-
ed under the leadership of Felix French.
Those belonging to the band are the following: CORNETSg
Marilyn James, Dean Odenthall, TRUMTETSQ Kenneth McCall,
Billy Covert, Agnes Poole, Jack Anderson, CLARINETSg Delores
Archambeau, Valerie Walker, ALTO SAXOPHONEg Clinton Wilson,
TENOR SAXOPHONEg Betty Ware, TROMBONEQ Jean Poole, SNARE
DRUM, Gene Cornforth, BASS DRUM, Velma Raph, BARITONE5 Albert
Olds, BASS HORNg Merle Windsor.
The band progressed quickly and during basketball season
played at many of our home games.
Our two majorettes, Jeannine Bentley and Betty Mason
were an attractive addition to the band.
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Fancy and Staple Grooeries
Frozen Foods .
Virgel Tuel Ken Hanson
BALDWIN and STANGEBY
Shoes - Clothing Dry Goods - Furnishings
Phone 6422 Stayton, Oregon
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SANTIAM HDWE. R IMPL. CO.
. Hardware Furniture
Bendix Automatic Washer
Expert Linolium Installation
C . E. NEITLING
Stayton Phone 574
' THE FARM
Dale Crabtree, Dealer
STAYTON CANNING CO., COOP.
Packers of Santiam Brand
Canned and Frozen
PARIS WOOLEN MILLS
JAMES FOOD SHOP
5rd and Washington
Good Luck to the
Class of 1947
Milk and Cream
Fresh Fruits 3 Vegetables
LYONS FOOD MARKET
LEWIS and PENDLETON
DITTER'S GENERAL STORE
Serving this Community
STAYTON HARDWARE STAYTON CLEANERS'
Dry Cleaning A Pressing
Smith Floor Covering
Cliff Likes Julian DeJardin
West Washington Street
' Stayton, Oregon
GEO. H. BELL
uServ1ce with a Smilen
Lyle R Ruth McNamara
BON TON COLD SPOT MARKET
Grade A Restaurant
Mielke and Spaniol
Class of 1947
W. W. Lessard, Prop.
JACOB SPANIOL R SON
ALBUS DRUG STORE
Fred H. Albus
19 years of
Phone 227 Stayton
FARYJELL ' S PHAIHLAC Y
nThe Complete Cara
Stayton Phone 344
FELIX T. WRIGHT TRUCK SERVICE A. P. HERMENS--OIL CO.
L. c. Liezlman, Prop. Phone vov
From Here to There Gasoline
Anywhere Fuel Oil
Phone 3x25 Stayton Stayton Oregon
KEN GOLLIET N Congratulations
To the Senior Class
General Merchandise fromer
Frozen Food Lockers
VERNON A. JAMES R SON, HEROLD
Shined A Repaired
EDWARD J. BELL
Stayton, Oregon Stayton Oregon
PORTER 8 LAU
AUMSVILLE FLOUR MILLS
Flour, Poultry, Dairy Feed
Phone 215 Stayton Amusville, Oregon
vAN's VARIETY'STORE SHOWER MOTOR T IMP. C61
Quality Merchandise Kaiser
Stayton ' Oregon Phone 875-R Stayton
STAYTON SPORT SHOP
Desoto Plymouth L. G. Wechensky
Bicycles-Service E Parts
Stayton, Oregon 227 5d St. Stayton
RICHFIELD SERVICE STATION WORTHYS' BARBER SHOP
Oil Gas We appreciate
Lubrication Your patronage
Karl Krietzer Phone 635 Stayton Oregon
FARM R HOME ELECTRIC
MILL CITY MEAT MARKET I
Stayton, Oregon Mill City Oregon
WRIGHT TRUCKSLINE S W SELraEHs'Si"SeA.RBER SHOP A P
nShip the Wright wayu Compliments
To Class of u47n
St9Yt0H, Oregon Stayton Oregon
WO URMS ' -MEAT MARKET
Stayton, Ore. Phone 554
RICE'S SERVICE STATION
Gas, Oil, 8 Accessories
Tires k Batteries
Lyton Rice Ph. 8442B
ELEANORVS BEAUTY SHOP
Duart Permanent Waves
55-miles east of Stayton
Watch and Jewelery Repairing
ASSOCIATED SERVICE STATION
Gen. Mdse.--Gas a O11
Sublmity, Oregon Dorothy Cook -- Prop.
"Compliments" WALTER H. BELL
AUMSVILLE cows SHOP Stgytgn, Oregon
Cold Storage Lockers
Gas, Groceries, Meets
Milkshakes 3 Hamburgers
HAZEL R BILL
FRERES BUILDING SUPPLY
Building materials of
Bread 8 Pasteries
Phone 628 Stayton
STAYTQN FOOD MARKET
E. W. Klecker
BANK OF PORTLAND
GEM CAFE k TAVERN
Open 6 a.m. to 1 a.m.
Eats k Drinks
KORINEK REMEDY COMPANY
H. Humphreys R Sons
Ice Cream-Candy R Tobacco
Grinding and Mixing
There's only one place
Kilrcy hasn't been, At
Richard's house, he won't
open the door.
Nurse-Doctor, what did you
prescribe for Mrs. Van
Doctor-The hairbrush three
55568 a day.
Teacher-Now Boliver, in
front of you, you have the
North, At your left you
have the West, at your
right the East, now what
have you behind you.
Boliver-A patch on my pants
ma'm. I bold Ma you'd
Fisherman-You know some
tEIng stranger? I caught
forty-five fish yesterday
Stran er-An I'11 tell you
someEEIng, I'm the Game
Warden, who are you?
Fisherman-Im the biggest
' Ifar In Oregon.
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