Stayton High School - Santiam Yearbook (Stayton, OR)

 - Class of 1953

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X a I 7 xl '."! 1 ' 4 w Mfg! zrihzf A 9 ,I 1, f- fl: ,'. l s ' ' ' 4 g P f nwui , A" N Z Z Dedication We, the Annual Staff of 1953, dedicate this yearbook to the businessmen of Stayton and vicinity for their support in making the publication of this book possible Through the cooperation of these local firms other school activities have also been made possible tain that local businessmen will continue to auppgpt school activities in years to come Some people are dependable in an undependable wcrhd Even though pe face an uncertain tomorrow, we are still cer- Prmcupal s Message gfmwf' rsemwemv Z MR MERLIN MOREY 52 As the 1952 1953 school year draws to a close, it is pleasant to note that steady progress has been made an the areas of scholarsh1p and soc1al l1v1ng Our students and teachers are to be congratulated on the Very h1gh morale 1n evidence durlng the year we are proud of the achlevements of our students ln all phases of school life It is stimulating to realize that teachers and students are actively engaged in plann1ng for the enrichment of the curri ulum for the new school year The 'planning togetheru of teachers and students in academic and extra-curricular areas lS the key to the development of a democratic school com unity we are convinced that our students learn to be good leaders and good followers by living in a democratic environment while in school 'V Q , H f ,, . gg 1.12 1 1 . 2 QQ, ' ,Lgg,,,,,,,.....-f-4 , , - I , E il K 1 us' , , 7 , . f e , 4 4 :eggvi f jf s? ' 442ml in ' ' ff5"'? s T .- . . . . . O . . . . O . O . Q V O . e o tudent Council BACK ROW Sam Wallen, JHHIOT class presldent, Gay Lesley, junior class representatlve, Mr Morey, prlncipal, Phyll1s McCarley, annual edltor, Sh1r1ey Mlnton, senior class representative, Dick Heater, senior class president, MIDDLE ROW Bob Neddle, freshman cla s representatlve, Harold Pietrok, freshman class representat1ve, Bruce Nletllng, sophomore class president, Janet Bellin, sophomore class representat1ve, FRONT ROI Paullne Br1dges, paper editor, Davld Nietl1ng, student body vice PTGSIGGHE, olarence NlHTlCDS, student body president, Jessle Covert, student body secretary, Helen Fery, student body treasurer Knot plcturedb Board of Educahon X ,..-auf LEFT Ward Inglls, HHITMBH, Halter H1nrichs, Peter Vertz RIGHT Russell Wilson Douglas Heater mg.: vice chalrman, Mr Morey, suoerintend , 2 ent, Edward Bell, lerk gay , . ,xr 'sw - , . . . . . . . . . . U . . . . . . . v . 1 2 'L ' . . . Q I . 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MARTHA WHITEEN 1 Library Physical Education s5jJyfy If II, III: IV Ian " I , 'Ms Girls' Glee Club ,-a,, - gf- 5-7 HRS..BERTHA MCDANIEL General lathmatics Algebra Physics Advanced Algebra RO ERT WHITE B1ology Driver's Training Physical Educatlon Football Coach Baseball Coach HRS LIBBY NADVORNIK English II, III Spanish I Social Studies 'E CUHLUGNJ4 mass PAT woons Vffzlkli Home Economics I, II Biology X Vi X Mrs Marjor1e Gentry, the friendly, helpful, and efficlent office secretary 771054 1+ 1 Two chow hounds dig in while one bottle of milk is snitched 1 'f Mrs Apple, custodian Mrs Knight, a darn of the food lockers good person and cook Boatright Sh1oneY Louise Smith and Nova Ann Geraths help out at noon in the cafeteria Milk and bread are always cafeteria favorites nw-V ARTHUR BASL fart, Track 1 2 3 14, Football 3 h, Basketball h, Honor Society 3 h, Letterman 2 3 b, Class Play 3 h CARCL COURTNEY CBubb1esl Glee Club l 2, Class Treas. 2 May Day Prlncess 3 G A A 2, Paper Staff 3, Class Sec h, Class Play b, Operetta 2 3, onor Society 3 M, Annual Staff M M RLE BG DIGHEIM R 'illf 'tar ""!' Track l, Football Mgr l, G16 h, Letterman l 2 3 ' aff? JESwIE COV'RT Carnlval Princess 1, G A 4 1 2 Glee 1 2, Pep Club 2 3, operetta 2 3, student Council 3 u, Class Play M, Student Body Sec 5 DEAN BRANCH Annual Staff 2 h, Paper Staff D Class Play 3 M, Skl Club h, Photo graphy Club 2, Dramatics Club h JOHN DAVIS Glee 2 3, Operetta 2 3, Track 1 N PAUL DUIIAN Transfer from Sublimity 2, Pa er staff 2 3 h, Football 3 , Track 2 3 h, Letterman 3 b, Class Vice Pres h JOHN FAHSHOLTZ Uohnnyk Football 1 2, Basketball 1, Track 1 2, Spanish Club 3, Paper Staff L JAMES FRICHTL cnflllllw, Transfer from Sublimity 2, Glee Club 3 h, Track 2 3 h, Letterman 3 h, Paper Staff 3, King of Hearts 2 HELEN FERY GA A 1, Glee 1 2, Pep 2, Paper Staff h, Student Council h, Student Body Treas 'Q 70 DONALL FORETTE Cnonp Band 1 2 3 5, Glee 1, Dance Band l-2-3 IIARGARETFINK G.A.A. 1-2, Archery Club lg, Tennis Booster Club 14, Lib- rary 2 Al-in 411 'iffy' LLOYD GERATHS Band 1 3, Football 2 3 h, Glee u, Clas 3 ll, Track 2 3, I CLARENCE HINRICHS fC1ancyl Football 1 2 3 D, Baseball 1 2 3 h, Track l 2 3 b, Basketball 1 2 3 5, Honor Society 3 h, Class Play 3 h, Class Pres 2, student Body Pres h DICK HEATER Football 1 2 b, Basketball 1 2, Baseball 1 2, Track 1 2, Class Pres h Q2 2zf,Z fgz JANET HUFFMAN fSn00ksD Band 1 2 3 h, Spanish Club 2, Girl's State 3, Pep Club 1 2, G 1 A 1 2, Paper staff 3 h, Archery Club h iik f!'5lf SHIRLEY HUBBARD CRedD Transfer from Taft, Pep Club h, Class play D Class play M COLLEEN HALES CCoddyQ Transfer from Tenino, Wash. Class Treas. 3, Band 3, Pepf 3"l-L3 GoAoAo X .Q wus' Q ELDON JAQUET CJakeQ Transfer from Cascade M, Football h, Baseball h ,mf WILIIAM MORGAN CB11lJ Science Club 2, Spanlsh Club 2 3, Honor Society 3 h, Class Play h f RODNEY KLELKER CRodj Football 1, Basketball 3 h, Baseball l, Class Play U, Letterman 3 h, Paper Staffl. MAXTNE LINDEMANN fMaxl G A A l, Song Leader 3, Pep Club 3, Spanish Club 3, Honor Society 3 b, Class Play h, Glee Club 3, Paper Staff 2 3 X5 LEONARD KELLER cL8ny Transfer from Tillamook, Foot- ball 2-3-h, Track 3-n, Paper Staff M, Letterman 3-h DORIS LAMBRECHT Transfer from Subllmity, Annual Staff 2, Class Play h, Archery Club h, Tennis Booster Club h, Glee Club 2 I! 5Il?i lfjgy C - .fl . 4ii? 415' up 'YT' 6""""u RONALD LENGACHER fRonnyD Track l-2-3-D, Football 2-3-h, Letterman 2-3-U, BEN MILIER Transfer from Corvallis Montana Spanish Club 3, Honor Society 344 Track 3 b ALADEAN MCDONALD CDGBIIID Song Leader 3, Pep Club 2 b Spanlsh Club 2 3, Operetta 2 3, Glee Club l 2 3 b, G A 15 1, Paper Staff 3 I4 Class Play 3 b it CHERYL MORGAN Transfer from Canby L, Pep Club D, Archery Club h PHYLLIS MCCARLEY CTi111eJ Glee l 2, Operetta 2, G A A 1, Paper Staff 2 3, Annual Editor h, Student Council M LORIN MORGAN Transfer froa anb b Paper Staff h U y DEAV MOORE Transfer from Washougal, Wash ' Football 3 LARRY mmnoci-:R fTed7 Paper staff h, Track 3 I4 SHIRLEY MINTEN CT00tsJ Pep Club 2 3 14, Song Leader May Day Princess 2, Student Council la, Class Play 3 I4 Honor Society 3 14, G A A 2 Glee Club 2 3, Tennis Booster Club A, operetta 2 3 MARIAN POSVAR fRa.bbitQ Transfer from Sublimity, Class Plw M, Glee 2 3, Operetta 2 3, 'W' ww Vlhwg, 'E GAA 2, Paperstaffh fvffefedgfi RUBY NAUE Pep Club 2 LI, Band 2 3, Glee 1, Spanish Club 3, Paper Staff h, Archery Club L G A A h, Lim-amen 3 :lug I2- VIRGINIA PIETROK Winger Spanish Club 2 3 14, Class Play 3 h, G A A 2 ROBERT PALLETT CBobJ ootball 1 2 3 h, Basketball 1 2, Track 1 9 3-h, Tumbling 2,Lettermanl23h ' ' 'Qi EDWARD SMALL CEdj Glee 14, All School Play 2, Class Play 3 ll, Operetta 3, Football l 2 3, Basketball 1 2 3 D, Track QI? 'Uhr sian' l 2 3, Class Pres 1 3, V1ce Pres 2, Letterman 2 3 h, Annual staff D, Paper Staff 3, Student Counc1l 1 9 3 ALLAN PooLsR fAl7 Paper Staff 2 3 L, Class Play 3 MARVIN SANDB RG CMaUVD Transfer from Sublimity 2, 2 h, Basketball 2, Basebal 2-3 ll Letterman 2 3 5 Q1 If EUGENE SMALL fGeneD Basketball 1 2 3 74, Baseball 1-2-3, Football 1-2-3-U, Track l-2-3-U, Class Play 3-D, All School Play 2, Glee Club Letterman l-2-3-h, Class Treas. l, Student Council 2, Class Vice Pres. 3, Annual Staff 14, Photography Club 3 PATRICIA SHIELDS fPatl Glee Club 1-2-3, Pep Club h, 0Peretta23 Librari 2 L, c.4.A. 1 - ' an '3' ' SHERRY SPANIOL Pen Club 2 3 h, Song Leader 3, Class Play 3-h, Honor Society 344 G A A 2-h, lay Day Princess 3, Glee Club 2 3, Pep C3168 2 33 2 3, Tennis Booster Club h NALTER TRAHAN Cwaltl Honor Society 3 h, Tumbling 2, Band 1 2 SALLY STUDNICK fBlondieJ Paper Staff l 3 h, Annual Staff h, Class Play h, Honor Society Secre tary 3 h Hay Day Princess 1, Car nival Queen 2, Class Sec 2 3, Ski Club h, Class Treas h, Clee Club 1 2 3, Pep Club 2, operates 2 3, G A A 1 2, Student Council 1, D A R Representative h DAVID VAN HAN LE CVanD Transfer from Sublimity, Track 2 3 h, Football 2 3 h, Basketball 2, Baseball 2 3, Glee Club 3 A, Letterman 2 3 h, Class Sgt At Arms 2 3 L IHS. al WCZWV SH LDON TITUS fShe1dyJ Band 1 2 3 h, Dance Band 2 Operetta 2 ani h Cl b 2 Paper staff 2 Fogtball 1-22 .L Track 1-2-3-h HOWELL YGUNG Transfer from Sweet Home, Class Play h, Track D CARL HATCH Football 1 2 3 h, Baseball 1 2 3 h, Track l 2 3 h, Letterman 2 3 h, Spanish Club 3, Archery Club h ELEANOR KIRSCH Transfer from Cascade ifD'FYr'f"FTD-D'fFiX-IETYYSVYYI I I ffififfililliifiiIYl?'Dl7'D'ED'DiIIiifD'D'D'D'D'D'D' U66 The class of 1953 has always been a booster in all activities They've sponsored many different activities, school parties, class picnics, and skating parties, and they have supported many other ac tivities Like all freshmen, we had our share of initiation By the time we were sophomores, we had moved to the new high school Our sophomore lay Day prince sses were Shirley linten and Ida Blackburn Instead of our regular school carnival we had a school party The mighty sophomores won most of the games so their prince ss, Sally Studnick, was crowned Queen Royalty came also in our second year to Jim Frichtl,who was elected King of Hearts at the Val- entine Party. The class had a pic- nig at Silver Creek Falls at year's en . Our junior year was another successful one. Sherry Spaniol and Carol Courtney were elected may Day princesses. One big success in our junior year was sponsoring the or- iginal twirp eason at Stayton High Each class had a candidate, but Rod Klecker won and was crowned King Twirp. The junior-senior prom was another major event. With the theme Adfory 'Garden in the Rainn, the gym was beautifully decorated and the prom was really a success One of the best plays of the year was our 'Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court', and all-costume play I a contest held between the classes for the honor of publishing the best school paper, our class won Now is our big year, we are the mighty seniors In and all school election Sally Studnick became May Day Queen and Sherry Spaniel and Shirley Minten, May Day princesses One of the major events of our senior year was the first winter formal in the history of Stayton High With Christmas decorat ions and the theme, 'Winter Wonder land', the winter formal was a high spot in the school year. Each class had two princesses, but we elected ' Colleen Hales the queen. -Another big success was the senior play, 'One Foot in Heaven', again one of the best plays of the year. Our skit for the Christmas program with Lloyd Geraths as Grandma sell- ing soap and reading 'The Night Be- fore Christmas' was a winner. Although we are going to miss high school life, we are looking forward to graduation on lay 22, and Senior Skip Day to Seaside. ps BACK ROW' Sandra Davie, Pauline Bridges, Cheita Lan Wendell Jarvey, Glen Hatch, Drury Dark, Gary Boedigheimer, Cecil Bassett, Nova Ann Geraths, Kathy Harold, Marilyn Nokelby, Gay Lesley MIDDLE RCW Ernest Moore, Kenneth Nygaard, Eugene Fery, Larry Freres, Ed Gohl, Roger Nielson, Sherman Buel Dave Neitlinfz Kayne Minten, Raymond Forrest, Gerald Martin, FRONT RON Annabell Buell, Bessie Hamon, Joanne Boothe, Rose Foltz, Dean llansveld, Bob Crook, Margie Frldrich, Gerry Kline, Darla Davison, Pat Newsome IUNIORS PRESIDENT VICE-PRESIDENT Sam Wallen Bob C rook SECRETARY Ellen Reis 3' X BACK RUN Loren Udey, Dave Zolkoske, Sam Wallen, Bill Weddle, Carl Pemberton, Jim Richter, Marlin Stewart Irvin Thompson MIDDLE RCW Shirley Robl, Mary Wolford, Ellen Reis, Don Olmstead, Ronnie Silbernagel, Pauline Schiewek, Edith Tietze, Louise Smith FRONT ROW LaVera Wilson, Jean Pietrok, Wanda Tiger, Donna Peabody, Laura Rice, Shirley Wagner, Sharon Poole IUNIORS TLASURER Davld Neitling J , Y U . 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': BACK ROW Charles Herrington, Dean Courtn y, Raymond Burns, Durwood Dark, Arden Bye, Jerry Bowers, Layman Jones, Bill James, Morris Fery, Robert Fery, Brent Bentley, Leroy Johnson MIDDLE ROW Elaine Noack, Hilda Grey, Jane Cox, Almeta Coffman, Dorothy Frank, Janet Bellin, Joyce Hall, Pearl Fink, Violet Lang, Dorothy Grimes, Claudia Hinrichs FRONT ROW Carolyn Mattson, Connie Kelley, Betty Jean Frichtl, Catherine Mack, Shirley Mitchell, Janet Bartlett, Shirley Nydeg er, Jacqueline Kinsman, Nancy Frye, Alice Johnson SOPHOMORES PRESIDLNT VICE PRESIDENT Bruce Neitling Roger Hurst :PMP ff' 'Dx X 3' 'Ea 213' .?'4f0f'Cff!fQVC5'f1'? 7 2 YY BACK RON Tomnv Pietrok, Gerald Bellin, Eugene Champ, Floyd Lengacher, Mack Williams, Darrell Gohl, llurl Helms, Bruce Philippl Burl Holms, Larry Limbeck, John Lampman, Malcolm Macbeth MIDDLE Ron Shirley Wodtly, Charlene scnmmz, LaDonna Hom, Charles Pietrok, Bruce Neitling, Carl Stavang, Ray Richmond, Jerry Clamp, Raymond Pietrok, John Whisenhunt, FRONT ROW Terry Koll, Jerry Lindemann, Virgil Trout, Rick Turner ggglflb' gailsveld, Lois white, Marjorie Prichard, Lois Roberts, Doris a e en Pietrok, Claudine Whisenhunt SOPHOMCDRES S in-,TARY TREASURER Jerry Lmdemann Alice Johnson QP- B B A A 4 BACK ROW lilmer Downer, Deo Bridges, Jerry Gustafson Robert Franklin, David Conner, Ronnie Adams, Robert Hastings, Floyd Hum hreys, Ray Gomez, Wayne Hollibaugh MIDDLE ROW Robert Garland, Robert Hertz, Bob Lindemann Ronald Myers, Deloris Hertz, Carol Kirsch, Caroline Abbott, Mary Heater, Juanita Hamon, Dorothy Lampman FRONT ROW Allan Girod, Gary Boyle, Ronnie Boedigheimer, Harriet Burmester, Carol Coulter, Gloria Carr, Carol Kruse Claudia Johnson Shirley Lang Deloris Boatman FRESHMEN PRESIDUNT Harold Pietrok VI E PQESTDQNT Pete Waters BACK ROI Bob Roy, Billy Shields, Don Small, Harry Pietrok Bob leddle, Ron Wheelhouse, David Schielek, John Stevens Gerald Steele, Harold Pietrok NHIEEE ROW Gary Spaniol, Pete Waters, Pat Seeber, Joyce Pemberton, Marcella Minten, Clarice Relf, Carol Smith, Yvonna Myers, Bob Trahan, Dgn young FRON1 ROW Danny Wagner, James Tiger, Gary Shilhanek, Verna Sieg, Eleanor McCoy, Shlrley Mohler, Kay Weaver, Richard Porter, Bernard Pietrok FRESHMEN SVCRETARY Carol Kirsch TREASURER Q Dgn Small Cheer eade s Q NHUPY Frye, Jane Fox, A11C6 Johnson, Almeta uoffman and Frances Peters Outfitted with new uniforms, our yell squad was an insoiration to all our athletl teams and the school The sophomore 'f1ve' here demonstrate their technioue to a basketball crowd The 1952 53 yell squad was an all sophomore grouo Our team's ooponents were often dazzled as much by this collection of feminine beauty as they were by ur fearsome athletes. we are oroud of these girls for what they have contrlbuted toward a fine school year. 1 "7 'D Q . I , ,M X, t 1 .. ,,,,.,E I . ,,., .arf l Ag , Y .1 ,qt 4 ' 1 -1 J 1 25 4 0 Q 'c O O 'fou gotta pay your two bucks now or you don't get an annual' "'T""'?ff H4 Sally anl getting bac from selllng 1 Annua taff 1 .a-. Dean and Janet making the senlor page layouts Mr Uariner Advisor 112. 'Hey, I'm supposed to be taklng pictures, not you' In Ed Small S arts Ed1tOT 'We'11 never get these P Dean Branch Buslness 'Manager gagfs mtm: tlmekf-f You Gene Small Sports Editor on t Se e 'er Wob Crook Photographer Carol nourtney Organizations Sally StudH1Ck ACt1Vlt16S Phyllis McCarley Edltor Janet Bellin Writer ' V ' 1 1 14' 1 re f.J M l P an y fe' -' 1 I 'yfx ' WMM g X 4 I ' !3P.J .,QJen1mMaaaW I . It N .g'L::.f,3 . I I Ee? teh, 2!3kf+7' 7 he I i ,n 9- I f?3,.::g::gnH f ff?-:??53LTf1 Qii?Vea2f2 'Shree t l, 1fe""fca-eff f ' rf' 71- 35+ 215337 QWQ fzhddi W . x agua afaea Q it ww ,' ' ' 4 - ' jr Mverpv' " K L Q , W - ' 'f -f " . R D ' x val? '., J.. ' K . . . 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News Editor Deani McDonald Sports Columnist----Sheldon Titus Sports Editor- Paul DWNBU Copyreader- Leonard Keller News Editor largie Fridrich lr Gardner Janet Huffman --landa Tiger Louise Smith Hrs Lavoy Editorial AdVlSOT' Associate Editor- Feature Editor- Art Bdito Production Advisor- John Davis Rodney Klecker Pauline Bridges Kathy Harold Ellen Rsis Business lanagsr- Headline Writer Editor- Art Editor- Feature Editor-- Editor at work The Eagle was published once a month by the jourmalism class, with the actual production being handled by the office practice class, under the direction of Mrs Lavoy Those persons not pictured, but who also wrote for the paper, were Laura Rice, Marlin Stewart, Shirley Robl, Ed1th Tietze, Helen Fery, Nydegger, Lorin Morgan, Cheita Lands, and Ruby Naue The office practice class Cpic tured on next pageJ, was indispen sable to the paper All stencil typing and mimeographing was handled by that department The journalism class did all the writing and made the layouts 9 ' I I fs any Sport, gdito,.-...........5dQ Crook Allan Pooler, John Fahsholtz Larry G V4 ' G PAPER PRODUCTION DEPARLMENT C OFFICE PRACTICE CLASS J V-E? BACK ROW Cecil Bassett, Dean Branch, Doris Lambrecht, Shirley Hubbard, Shlrley Minten, Maxine Lindemann, Sally btUdDlCk, Mrs LaVoy, advisor FRONT ROW Carol Courtney, Cheryl Morgan, Margaret Flnk, Marian Pbevar Sherry Spaniol, Janet Huffman, Ruby Naue Dramahcs Club BACK ROW Bruce Philllpl, Bill James, Mack Wllliams, Dean Branch, Mr Butler, advisor MIDDLE ROW Shirley Mohler, Catherine Mack, Dorothy Gr1mes, Janet Bellin, LaDonna Hobl, Carol Kruse FRONT ROW Claudia Johnson, William Morgan, Claudia Hinrichs, Eleonor McCoy, Marjor1e Prichard akih Nl J 'I 4 1 T .1 , xi .3 '7 a , .. + .4 A' '. ,, s Q ' , f R! , MQ 'V JY I Q , Q y f ,fm 7 h ' ' J . I 0 u . . , 0 . ' 1 ' ' 'f'5'f'l'Y'I'5'Y'Y-D'D-I'5'5'7-i-I-5-j.j.y.5.3.,.y.y.,.1.,.j.5.j.y.5.y.,.j.j.5.54.54.5.j.j.j.3.,.j.y.y.,.5.g.y.5.y.j.j.,.j.y.j.j.j.y.y.j.,.y.y.y.5.5.y.f.y.y.y . . . . n o . . ,. Q u U e . CL. J 9 , . . Q ' 4 .4 6 5, H 1 N .f If . It y 5 K' , X s 5.-1 .Y-f ga S ,Q ' A .R Pep Squad e-+:vo-fe" 'e 5 Gvffe' 635 urnfvv'l'vnfVhflf T FOURTH ROW Sharon Poole, Elalne Noack, Wanda Tlger, Carollne Abbott, M8TjOP16 Fridrich, Donna Peabody, Mrs Whlte Cadvlsorl, Dorothy Frank, Joyce Hall, Harriet Burmester, Violet Lang, Joanne Boothe, Doris Neal THIRD ROW LaDonna Robl, Mary Heater, Marcella Mlnten, Shirley Mltchell Claudia Johnson, Laura Rice, Shirley Robl, Eleanor McCoy, Ruby Naue, Paullne Bridges, Rose Foltz, Lois Roberts SECOND ROW Ellen Reis, Mary Lou Wolford, LaVera w11SOU, Frances Peters, Ja Cox, Alameta Coffman, Nancy Frye, A1168 Johnson, Cheryl Morgan, Colleen Hales Marilyn Nokelby, Betty Jean Frichtl FIRST ROW Shirley Nydegger, Helen Pietrok, Sandra Davie, Gay L ley, hirley Wagner, Sherry Spaniol, Conlle Kelly, Shirley Mlnten, Nova Ann Geraths Dorothy Lamoman, Shirley Lang ff M CONGRATULATIONS EAGLETTES The nEa lettes' have done a f1ne job of supportlng our team thls year In the1r navy blue Sk1TtS, white I sweaters, and eagle em- blems, they were an attractive rally sectlon, with Sherry Spanlol as pres1dent and Martha White as advisor I v 'Eg 1' Q L 1 ' .. 2' V' , s r-. 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N I QA Jdddffa FIFTH ROW Irs Gentry, advisor, Nova Ann Geraths, Gay Lesley, Shirley Robl, larjorie Fridrich, Geraldine Kline, Dorothy Frank, Donna Peabody, Joy e Hall, Janet Bellin, Caroline Abbott, Joyce Pemberton, Claudia Johnson FOURTH ROW Eleonor McCoy, Sherry Span1ol, Gloria Carr, Carol Kruse, Jane Cox, Shirley Minten,Carol1ne lattson, Doris Neal, Lois Roberts, Mrs White, advisor THIRD ROW Betty Jean Frichtl, LaDonna Robl, Pearl Fink, Laura Rice, Rose Foltz, Elaine Noack, Wanda Tiger, Mary Wolford, Jackie Kinsman, Claudia Hinrichs SECOND ROW Shirley Lang, Kay Weaver, Shirley Mohler, Jean Pietrok, Helen Pietrok Shirley Nydegger, Harriet Burmester, Shirley Mitchell, Sharon Poole, Marilyn Nokelby, Shirley lodtley, FRQNT RQW Sandra Davie, A1109 Johnson, Alamsta Coffman, Marcella M1nten, Shirley Wagner, Colleen Hales, Darla Davison, Nancy Frye, Francis Peters, Mary Heater M M vusum. Anus CLUB LEFT TO RIGHT Drury Dark, David Schiewek, Mr Morey, Raymond Pietrok, Bill Shields, Richard Porter The Visual Aids club, a new feature at Stayton this year, was a great helo to teachers and one member was on hand each noon to run the movies for the benefit of the stud ents w I gi, A .. .. A 2 e ' ' A Y . . . o . . . Q . . ' A O fm- ---- x-m-m-s-s-1-'-1-4-1-1-1-1 -fm-M-4-tc-x-I1-J-lmwr-1-fm-1-4-X1-4-41-1-4-1-1-4-1-4-4-4.94.4.,.,.,.,.,,,.,.,.,.,.g.,.4.,.f.,.,.,.,.,.,.,,,.,.,.,.,, I l Q o - 0 Q is xW P A l . Q ,2,:gf,amW-.v,..W,. ..,,',. .l E A , . , ,, BACK ROW Brent Bentley, Cecil Bassett, Danny Mansveld, David Schiewek, David Conner, Eddie Gohl, Carl Pemberton, Sheldon Titus, Wayne Wickizer, Drury Dark, Sherman Buell, Jerry Klamp, MIDDLE ROW Pat Newsome, Carol Kirsch, Charles Pletrok, Durwood Dark, B111 James, Bruce Neitling, Don Small, Malcolm McBeth, Lois White, Delores Mertz, Dwane Burgess Director THIRD RGW Danny Wagner, Pauline Sch1ewek, Caroline Mattson, Gloria Carr, Gary Boyle, Jerry Gibson, Terry Kimsey, Rodell Poole, Tom FRONT ROW: Don Young, Don Forrette, Tommy Crabtree, Janet Huffman, Delorie Boatman, Verne S1eg, Shirley Nodtly, Janet Bellin, Claudia Hinricha, Carol Cruse, Shirley lohler, larlln Shelton and Wilmer Downer Y: Q: 5 9 L P-I BACK ROW Pauline Bridges, Shlrley Wagner, Almeta ooffman, Carol Kirsch, Deanl McDonald Delores Mertz atherine Mack MIDDLE ROW Jane Cox, Franc s Peters, Alice Johnson, Sharon Poole, Margie Fr1dr1ch Wanda Tiger FRCNT ROW Nancy Frye, Laura R1 e Joyce Pemberton, Martha White Dlrector 1 Kay Neaver, Mary Heater, Tuanlta Hamon , lee Club f-QPR ,JJ unfnfsflfrlur BACK ROW: Jim Frichtl, Merle Boedighei?er, EgiS2ali, David Van Handle, Ma Willi s Gene Small Ronny Adams Omni? 0 To ' , . MIEDLE HOG? ,Duane Burgess, Director,,Don Forette, Claudn Johnson, W13-da Grav, Carol Kruse, Gloria Carr, Dave Zolkoske. FRONT ROW: Cheryl Morgan, Shiplgy Nydegggr, Helell Pietrok, Caroline Abbott, Violet Lang, Betty Jem Fricml, Connie Kelly, Shlrley Lane- i,n - , f J - A -2 4 , 'J A , 3 v O ' - :S 57 F' 5 , .V fi, ., 9 VJ u Ag I t 0 , V 1 I 4 i W M , 4 I , I 7' 4 1 Q v 3 1 - x!"f gwwjf W 5 M f " .La 'Si ,J X' 2 ,A 4 4 4 ' f' , , C . ': e . . J , , , ,: .C D . I 4. qs! ,Q C15 'N if' or ' : a ,4 , ig J, J' P- y 5 , A f flv ' -2 34 -J' G N -A ., , Q ? 'W .' . X I , , ' ,, -' 4 ' ' X ' ' . 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K SKI CLUB BACK ROW Ir Corbett, advisor, Arden Bye, DeanuBranch, Ronald Adams, Dick Heater, Mack Williams, David Schiewek, Ronald Meyers MIDDLE ROW Alice Johnson, Jane Cox, Dean Courtney, Brent Bentley, Sally Studnick, Shirley Robl, Alameta Coffman, Bruce Phillippi, Dean Mansveld FRONT ROW Alan Girod, Wilmer Downer, MarJor1e Prichard, Carol Courtney, Eldon Jaquet, Sam Wallen, Kathy Harold, Ellen Reis, Danny Wagner, Richard Porter 'Just as easy as fallin' of! a log, huh Bruce9' A pf NN nusssiffigggggggggzg 'I'm bashful' ' wiht ainvt 1g"w It Washington seen from Hoodoo , K -- 33 N QL , f, 6 , f H I 2 0 - 1 . 0 0 b dv Vw, - Y- M4 . Y! R ,Fw 'ei We K X "- J ' in y I ' , ' ,f f' W ' -f" , , ' in V- , a 2 1' D , rf , O I n 0 0 ' 'r-,.,.. n 1 g K 2 . , Q I 3 5 C. ,4 fur ARCH ERY CLUB i -.J x"'e""? 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Honor ocuety QUESTION HHow do you BACK ROW Cecil Bassett, David Nietling, Ben Hiller, get in the Honor 500 7 Arthur Baal, William Morgan, Clarence Hinrlchs, Raymond ANSWER 'BY doing just Forrest, Walter Trahan what I'm doing right MIDDLE ROW Urs Keesterfadvisorl, Carol Courtney, now W Shirley Minton, Donna Peabody, Margaret Fink, Sally Studnick, Maxine Lindemann, Ellen Reis, Marjorie Fridrich, Laura Rice, Rose Foltz FRONT ROW Sandra Davie, Gay Lesley, Marian Posvar, Pauline Bridges, Sherry Spaniol, Marilyn Nokelby, Kathy Harold, Nova Ann Geraths, Wanda Tiger, Edith Tietze, Sharon Poole, JoAnne Boothe 1-cf-assist-exams xuufaaz 3333331313311 oon Achvuhes ....., Some just like to Wander I 1 e ood ce cream s sur g around after eating tlme 'mall The Eagle Inn has a full complement of students Ti in l TM Always something dolng Plng Pong is popular 1U the gym at noontime When the SUD is Ovt ,.,+.f.,,7 I 2 2 N . I . U 2 e . 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' , I W P25 men Freshman initiation in September was a gala affair Scenes from the program are seen on this page Also lnitiated were the new teachers a 4 Mr Morey The soohs conducted the orogram and every ini tiate had to do something before the crowd Girls had jeans on backward and the boys wore dresses SOPHS SPONSOR LEAGUE PARTY On October 29 the Sophomore class sponsored a Halloween party with the theme "Ghosts' Paradise " All Capitol League schools, Sacred Heart, Bible Aca demy, Philomath, and Cascade were in vited Upon entering the dark hall, two scary ghosts welcomed you and some pore body lay there groaning Corn stalks, jack o' lanterns, and crepe paper strea mers gave a festlve atmosphere Dancing, square dancing, checkers, and ping pong were the entertainment for the evenlng 'Just watching, thank youlgw "G901'8i0, HU precious darling"W enior Play nOne Foot ln Heaven,U presented by the Senior Class on November 20 and 21, was one of the many successes of the Class of 53. In the two maln leads were Gene Small as Rev erend Spence, who roused the lnterest of the whole church, and Carol Courtney as Hope Spence, his at- tractlve, hard worklng wife Other members of the famlly were Ed Small as Hartzell Spence, the1r teenage son, Sherry Spaniol as Elleen Spence, thelz younw daughter, and Clarence Hinr1chs as Fraser Spence, their youngest son who tells the story The rest of the cast was Dr Romer, a good fr1end to give advice, played by Bill Morgan, Shlfh ley Mlnten as Loulse, a pretty miss, JeS8l8 Covert as Maria, a pretty Hexlcan virl, Deanl McDonald as Molly, 3 Crusader, her brother Ronny, Hartzell's buddy, Marlan Posvar as Letty, a pest, Maxlne Lindemann as Mrs Sandow, the rich old woman who rules the church, Sally Studnick as Mrs Dlvby, an affected old cholr leader, Rodney Klecker asGeorge Digby, WMama's little dear,n Doris Lambrecht as Mrs Cambrldge, and V1rg1n1a Pletrok as Mrs Jell1 son, the catty church worker rlvals, Howell Young si 'Youngest member of the ChO1T9?n as Major Cooper, a prejud1ced, narrow minded r1ch man, and Arthur Basl as B1ShOp Sherwood, a shrewd, kindly man who helps settle their troubles nThe Cast' The Blshoo 15 the center of attractlon O U 1 . . . . . LJ . - . . . . Q . . . . . , . O . Q . I V . I 1 Q I K . . D U O . 0 . . . . . . . - 1 I . Wife! l ' xi, A W I 1 4. All I ..,..- . L . . . f so ' .. W N 'S , ' . 21 ,4,,.3.,i,, 5 .- A 'ri ie. ' - ' v Wig '. I It nputtlnv their nSparrow IH the heads together' " Tree TOP" S 9 1 1et's dance ' 'May I have the next dance' 'Stubby g1V6S out wlth a hot no'e' emor Ball N fr' nxeep an eye On her Bud! llf i I , . . Q fi Si nCome on Geor e nGee w?:- ilg :rin .v I All ' ,H Ygrr 1 , J W, ,IQ 454 fre am Queenie Almeta This year the Senior Class Sponsored the first winter formal, a Christmas Ball on December 23 Streamers of green and white crepe paper gave the illusion of a false ceiling over the dance loor Snow covered trees in the outdoor scene at one end of the floor, red candles, and green holly on white cloth covered tables at the other end carried out the theme of nW1nter'Wonderland N Two silver-laden Christmas trees decorated the room- a giant one in the corner by the fireplace and a tiny one in the center of the dance floor. Red bells and Santa Claus and his reindeer Just leaving, completed the scene. Stubby Mills' orchestra played fgr the dance of the evening. The Climax of the evening came when Colleen Hales was crowned Queen of the Ball. The princesses and their escorts were: Freshmen, Dorothy Lampman and Johnny Lampman, Marcella Minten and Glen Hatchg Sophomores, Doris Heal and Ron Lengacher, Claudia Hinrichs and Bill James, Juniors, Geraldine Kline and Dick Downer, Laura Rice and Paul Dumang Seniors, Cheryl Morgan and Gil Knox, Colleen Hales and Bob Pallett. Uick George .4 'Lv x , I Lloyd fame, ,ff?a. swewem Ag S wwffrmx J J 5l7+lft x A M 0 i' ,B g? u J . . . . .L C Q - I ALL SCHOOL CHRISTMAS PARTY SANTA CLAUS, allas Mr uardner, seems to be fual of that Christmas Splrit SANTA'S HE PER, alias Almeta Coffman, waits to help pass out the presents Wallen kit, Sam S the Junior 8 5 eet urchGU Ni , as During ome adviC0 to S r llstens ght BefOre r ? ma Pecit g-1veS S Don Olmstead hr Q ma es While cronY Two Christmas presents WOV3 IS this all for me? Look what Santana Junior Play 2 ' A lf" wgr , A laik. , water bucket scene ,J 1-f"Ax 'Room for One Moran was presented on Feb 9 and 10 and was obviously a great gnc cess Second nightsrg were pleased with thy P6Pformance of Wsnda Tiger, a stand in for Ellen Reis, who was Wanda had to learn the Dart in one day deciding where Jimmy Joh is going to stay the cast in an informal pose CAST IOTHER Y LESLEY JG!! DAVID NEITLING PAPA ROGER NIELSON TEENSIE ROSE----- KATHY HA OLD IRS BIDDLE"' Douigupgggigg the cast in a formal pose TROT ROSS NDVA IRS IINSTON ELLEN REIS BETTY BIDDLE HAHJOHIE FRIDRICH GEORGE BIDDLE--- --SAM FALLEN JANE! DARLA DAVISON RESGUED IOIAN ---GERALDINE KLINE A 5 S' . 3 A 'll ' 3 . - , at ,, of 111. G . El A G .mm aorm-'Z'-II:-------non cnoox A The girls go through their na e , 1n rehearsal, under the able direction of kr Burgess Almeta Coffman performs a simulated hula for Ed Small as 'HiramW, kisses Nancy Frye, who portrayed 'Bunnyn Gene and Sharon Poole, the stars of the show the benefit f the awed cast Frances Peters, Betty Frichtl, Almeta Coffman, Jane Cox, and Alice Johnson strut their stuff A MUSICAL COMEDY If v JI ,Alf Old-57asl110ncd Hluzrm STAYTON HIGH GLEE CLUBS W ,fig 4 . C S - 1 4 0 C 0 , W L O.. May Day Queen 4 QUEEN SALLY STUDNICK The May Day princesses, chosen by popular ballot, were FRWSHNEN Carol Coulter and Claud1a Johnson, JUNIORS Marilyn Nokelby and Marjorie Fridrich, SWNIORS Shirley Hinten and Sherry Spaniel, SOPHOMORES Alice Johnson and Nancy Frye Qsittingl . .0 1 ' I -.J. a .4 xi 6 . 1 f J' b . . X A I . 113'- wif EQ K ' VX, Z., V ,I ,1',. A- CN A "Af K 4 X X 3 BACK ROW Coach Boyle, Virgil Trout, Lloyd Geraths, Wayne linten, Coach Ihite, Eldon Jaquet, Clarence Hinrichs, Don Olmstead, Mr Butler, assistant MIDDLE R011 Gerald Klamp, Glen Hatch, Loren Uday, Dick Heater, Arthur Baal, Gen Small, Ron Lengasher, Sam Wallen FRONT ROW Dave Neitling, Dave Van Handel, Bob Pallett, Ieonard Keller, Darrel Gohl Hack Williams, Paul Du an, Ed Gohl, Roger Nielson joofdaf Stayton had an overall record for the 1953 season of 3 w1ns and 5 losses The Eagles played the best game of the year agalnst Junction Clty, at Junction City Despite an average season, Staytor placed S men on the Capital League all star team and placed th1rd in the clrcuit Paul Duman and Clarence H1DTiChS were elected co- captalns at season's end Ron Lengacher led the scoring with 3? points and was followed by Gene Small w1th 19 and Clarence Hlnriche with 18 points for the season SUM ARX OF SEAS N'S SCORES Stayton, O - - --Maupln - - -- ----- Bible Academy - - - -- --- -Sherldan -- Madras W 33 ------- ------ --Philomath " 13 -- ---------------- Junction City 6 " 6 -- ---- ------------Sacred Heart 28 " 7 --------------Cascade 18 7 Y, . 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Q, W Zgaalfefgaf VA RSITY SQUAD BACK ROW David Nietling, Ed Small, Sam Wallen, Clarence Hinrichs MIDDLE ROW Bill Weddle, Art Basl, Gene Small, Roger Nielson FRONT ROW Glen Hatch Loren Udey Wayne Minten, Rodney Klecker Stayton Tops Cardinals, Cascade Clubs Phllomath Stayton and Cascade won can-OL Luau opening night games in he mn V: I- P003 . tv: 1- Pct Capitol High School Basketball 4 ,hu 0 1 leans me num' fu Ae: 212 " "' 'W Our basketball team enjoyed a steyton defeated Sacred 'fy Y gg gg vw aff- 'U' ff wonderful season beating Heart 48 37 at Stayton and Cas cade downed Phllomath 64 43 at Phllomath Salem Academy only other member of the league drew a bye last night iilyton 48 Sacred Heart 37 The Small brothers Gene and Ed sparked the Eagle vxc tory Gene Small led the Stay ton team ln scoring wxth 25 THANKS T practically every opponent We waltzed to the Capitol l ague championship with a record of 7 wins and a solitary loss to Cascade During the regular season, only 11 games out of 22 were lost Gene Small and Dave Nl8t11l'lg won spots on the league all star team Ed Small added to Stayton's glory by capturing a second team posltion 0 l 0 DAVE NEITLING FOR THE USE OF HIS PICTURES D I 9 f A ' on rf , 1 , Q ff , I" s I I vi ev .., 15 .zz J A -af J Q O . 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' 0 Jumor Varsuiy TOP ROW Bob Weddle, uene Chamo, Darrel Gohl, Roger Hurst, Bob Pery, Coach White FRONT ROW Pete Waters, Burl Holm, B111 James, Murl Holm, Maurice Fery Stayton s junior varsity complled an enviable record this season, trouncing oractically all opnosltion Bob Waddle and Pete Waters had the added dlStlHLt on of nlaylng on the junior varsity as well as the freshman team BACK ROW Harold P1StTOk, Gerald Steele, David Conner, Bob Weddle, Harry Pletrok, Coach Bob White FRONT ROW Pete Waters, James Tlger, Gary Spgniol, Bob Roy, Gary Boyle, Alan Girod Freshmen Pep Club gives sunnort 69 0 is ff QS 0 +1 405000 gebgoi ekatb Ngsqofo 0 'ZQDQQQ Q 'Uw-Q oobwve Q"'Q"f5'e fr NN ggwgfyqpefqgo S' ol2g'1?No46A,94 'bob '9 'Q Ommoboggwow 6040 4050? vfo 'S' no 96"-S Oo fy 'X Gene Small plays pattycake Sm QS' X X j' 'Q 4, O .ff with Waldrop 0 ,af j 4' 550 B squad in action against Cascade -foo bw? Sig , Q .4 L' L, 0 Q I wax V Ox !"'-ff' Q Ofzygwjy Agzwlrll Q' .fsfeflf , Q J' is sbt is "xy-1 Q u " Q O sci? A ' b if 0 59 . is P Qfuvb e so A fb 0? Gene takes the jumo After winmng the Sacred Heart game 1n the district tournament came back to vrhlp S11verton the second game and advance o e championshin round SALEM Sh STAYTON bl Gene Small attempts a jump shot from the key in the game against Salem in close for a lay in Jw In Dlstrlct II Tourney pictured above, the high scorers 1n the distnct Dave N5-etli-US is attempting games Only one n01nt separated one of his fabulous one hand we ' ' in t th A . A1 n 4 them when it was all over ed P11811 shots from far Out- Vlkmg Stayton Meet Roger Nlelson tries to h1t one Tsif of his swishers from the side f we lost to Salemfbelowl but out UP a tremendous battle before loslng Dave gathers ln 8 rebound below A Small hook shot sails toward the hoop in action captured by our fxxxycameramanfbelowj A f We lost two games in the d1StTiC+ tournament, both to Salem However, because we beat everyone else the second place trophy is now resting 1n the showcase along with the f1rst place award glven by the Capitol League 0 0 I i ' - ' o gi A ,fig 'f 'A , In W X Zdlfm rr . f L. , . .4 f ' I RN Q t , In x J 9 MTE' ' f sfgy W If . ai, ,fn ,,, iQ,3 . v . . o Vlklngs rub aww Stayton 1 I 4 Q' 'w N Clancy and Ed fight for possession of a rebound while Gene looks on A-jf' Salem accents t e r award as Stavton 1 feels the disoouragement of losing In the Salem tournament, hometowners faithfully came and supported the team. The Stayton backers cam be seen in the above shot. In the action, Dave fights for the ball while Gene awaits his chance to jumn in and helm out. Dave and Roger tense Wayne drives through Silverton for a shot Nietling shoots over the outstretched arms of a Silverton Fox ' x Eagles Bow to Salemg Take Zd In District Meet Nietling Art Basl, larence Hlnrichs, Rodney Klecker, Bill Weddle, Gene Small and Ed Small beam as they examine the spoils of victory One of Stayton's most su cessful seasons of all time was climaxed by the district tournament and our second place award Ed Small, team capta1n, ln accepting the award, paid trlbute to all of the Eagle supporters Gene Small and Rodney Klecker admire our second place trophy in the bus Fallen 06 H1Dt6H A? , f S T . I t I I . v 5 Ud8J,- . 5 N A 451 Y ' ide C . 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G C! 4 fl-G-6 G-6-Gilffl CI-6-CK-CI-Cl-G-G-G FINAL SCORING FIGURES Gene Small David Nietling Wayne Hinton Ed Small Clarence Hinrichs Roger Nielson Rodney Klecker Sam lallen Arthur Basl Loran Udey Glen Hatch TOTAL OPPONENTS GAIB AVERAGE TOTAL WINS TOTAL LOSSES 12E7' 1219 6 Two new school records were established this year Gene Small topped all previous Stayton High basketeers with his M13 pO1ntS Hal Titus was former recordholder The squad equalled the record number of wins 1n the regular season, previously set 1n 1951, at 18 Gene Small, Ed Small, Clarence Hinrichs David Nietllng, and Wayne Minton were usual ly the regular starters Everyone on th team, however, saw lots of action While we were noted as a team with a superb Our offens1ve average was 51 held our enemies to a low hh point average le lacked great heighth, with only Gene Small at 6'2', Art Baal at 6'2', and Bill Weddle at 6'l' as the plus six footers However, our lack of great altitude was overcome by speed, deceotion, and ability to hit the basket -w- ------- hl3 . ------292 . --- ---- Zhh ' --- -------- 191 ' . --- 9h ------ Bb ' -..--- 19 . e ---------- 19 . --------- 18 B111 lbddle """"' 7 sharp, fast break offense, defense was ---- ---- D , ' . we ---------- 2 . - 51 . 21 9DU'9'D'D'D'D-D'D'D'lJ'D'U'D'UI'D'UD'D'D'D'D'D'D'D'9'D'D'D'D'D'D'D'D'D'D'D'D'9'D'D'D'D'VD'E'D'D'D'D'D'D'D'D-D'D-D-D-D'D'D'D'D'D-D-D'D'D'D'D-D'D-D'D-D-D'T P'U'D'D'D' Baseball BACK Clarence Hinrichs, catcher, Dave Nietllng, infield, Roger Nielson, pitcher, Carl Hatch ou f1e1d, Sam Wallen, outfleld rRONT Glen Hatch, infield, Ray Forrest, infield Dean Mansveld, outfleld, Wayne Mlnten, 1nf1eld Don Olmstead, infield unzor ucrdzfg 'ik BACK: Rick Turner, Hobret Fery, Wayne Wickizer, Gene Ch Bob W ddleg Fggggi F1oydeHumphreys, Jerry Bowers, Pete Waters, JSTTY mndemmn, Bob mmm. 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