Sweet Home Union High School - Timber Echo Yearbook (Sweet Home, OR)

 - Class of 1957

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ANNUAL STAFF L CLS L 1 i fff . it l ' xl ' 'N ' fy K -si xx, ' f fl-L-'IX " A ,-7 X! ss 4 , If ,4 1 1. N 1 L Q ' L X I , .Q K3 , F Q 1 I1 , I a I 5 6 5 A , ,A .1 TIMBER ECHO KING AND QUEEN Queen .lon Mulhoiiond King John Bickford neck O on M vwii' EO won? R Ggrxl ROW 1 Yleelel ' dnl ts. W rfwllliolloll rsnarews' . 509 Q05 die, 5, vo - WD' XI wewn NWN Bic, 566 ' nge. nl'-O X3 BO Cgl?'Vl'lL91" C?-SCAC and Queen OM1"f DQ o oc: 6 Subscription Drive For Annual The subscription drive for this year's an- nual vvas held the vveek betore Christmas vacation. John Bickiord and Jan Mulholland sold the most annual subscriptions and were named King and Queen of the annual. Other candidates were: Gary Platt and Monica Setty, Freshmen, Evelyn Brodie and Bob Banlce, Sophomores, and Judy l-leeter and Rod Andrews, Juniors. Monica Setty and Bob Banlce were runners up lor King and Queen. The annual stat? re-opened the drive for one week in March to give the students that hadn't paid their dovvn payment a chance to do so. SEPTEMBER FEBRUARY i3-Notionol Assembly OCTOBER 2-Assembly 8-9-County Workshop - No School i9-Sodie Howkins Donce 23-Honor Society Assembly 24-Girls' Leogue Smorgosborcl NOVEMBER 13-Bureou of Mines Assembly i5-lo-Junior Closs Ploy i9-Ncitionol Assembly 2i-Music Assembly 22-23-Thonksgiving Vocotion 22-roll Concert 25-Pie Boking Contest DECEMBER i-Jomboree 3-Notionol Assembly 20-Notioncil Assembly 21-Christmos Progrom Qi-to Jonuciry 2-Christm JANUARY i8-'ldeol Girl Donce os Vocotion 6-Big-Little Sister Get Acquointed Teo 9-All School Plciy Night 13-Oregon Stcite Game Commission Assembly i5-i6-Wrestling District i9-Notionol Assembly MARCH 5-Student Rule Doy 8-Senior-Foculty Gome i4-i5-Spring Vocotion 22-Colleen Copers 28-Operetto APRIL i5-Assembly 26-Mothers' Teo 26-Student Body Elections MAY 2-3-Senior Closs Ploy 3-Moyoloy iO-l l-Troclc District i7-Senior Skip Doy ond All Night Pcirty 24-Junior-Senior Prom 24-25-Boseboll - District Ployoff 26-Boccoloureote 31-Groduotion Table Of Contents Faculfy Page 9 to 24 Seniors Page 25 to 54 Classes Page 55 To 76 Organizafions Page 77 to 106 Acfivifies Page 107 fo 114 Music Page 115 to 122 Sporfs Page 123 to 140 Ads Page 141 fo 172 1 8 ff ,f f 29 1 I My IX 1 0 1 f ,,. !l -.6 V , " 1, 14 1 4 '.i X 'KL ' F N 1 Wea' 1 f155's'ff Xi X fd XX' fe fx ' EH gl' ' ft' 1 . 5 ' Aff I f-B 1 U 7 , my ' 1 1 C3 1 X, 4 e '1 nl 1' 1 W ' 1 is If 'N 1 -bw , 1 0 f ff' 1,:o"o"., I f fa x .,,-wgeg, M7' 't,'oQc-ox 1 AR 1 '- ' X :g:Zg.,3g' ,,i2j,,, 1 1 ww, f ar 1111112 N , s 1 5111 -1 1 f 2' '1gSb1lEM1,, 1'13"f" ' f' If 1 Q , xg,-52 7, 5. , N 1. 1x -' , ' -,,' '. M11 3 ,V s, .',.,,'iZ?i-3.9 -. .J I- N -X 94- - --if F N ' gf . X Mmg X W . f Ri-.f ,XX .Q - -. "wig N-gmw' Y r. X , .. ,V u if - . , A,, inet " Q. I Q fiffff 1 fxfgfw MJM ZW? W ,JW MM Wang? gy if ff-sf? Q A xx I h ,M jig ai 'QR fh c C- ff-v , g .,, -1 J 'J 'r 4 i , 1 i 45 5 '53 X Lk 2 J KY Si .4N"'-- - ,lg 7 ! N... .5 ff ff I f f A MR. HAROLD DISHAW Superintendent SCHOOL BOARD Seated: Mr. Vernon Nivison, Mr. Norman Lind, Mr. R. H. Mealy, Chairman, Mr. Don Pentold, Mr. Kenneth Groves. Standing: Mr. Harold Dishaw and Mr. Dan L. McKinney. MR. CARROLL DREW Principal l fax? Dean of Women: Mrs. Margaret Harrang Gan Cmen 3 CZ!yO1'Vle7l Dean of Men: William Swegar ffm QSM!! Secrela ry: Mrs. Dishaw Left 'ro Right: Mrs. Dishaw, Mrs. Layton, Kay Brooks, Eva Leach, Nancy Davis, John Bickford, Vera McCuisTian, Shirley St. Clair, Avalyne Pitchford. Sealed: Carol Schneider, Leola Henfhorne. MR. ROBERT BAILEY English MISS MARIAN BOISE Science i2 MR. CLARK ANDERSON Physical Education MRS. EVA BENSON Vocational Training MR. STAN BOZICH Social Studies MRS. CECILIA CARROLL English MRS. VELNA BYRD Physical Education MR. CARROLL DREW Mathematics 13 MISS MARIAN FRASER Library MRS. MYRTLE GATES Music CChorolJ MRS. RITA GEUY English MRS. MARGARET HARRANG English T4 MR. RICHARD HENNESSY Social Studies l' Ji MR. DONALD HIBBARD Music flnsfrumentall MR. LEVITT HCRNER Social Studies Miss GRACE 1RisH English 15 lynn, , 1a,.,'fnUy ! C1 .l ' x -. 4. .w W . J 'KJ 7 Q if V ,HL A J' i f X' ' 152' . ,, f,Cf'.- fifn Q7 ,i yy, .. f f MR.WILLlAM4OHNSON gf I Special Education MRS. MARGCRIE KIKEL Physical Education ff.!:A:.w ,v.A,l'i all gy? ., ., . MR. RONALD KING English L., , I 5 - . -' I " ,bi . 54414 cd VA cfidggl 1 USS JOAN KRONSTEINER Art 16 MR. KEITH MARSHALL Social Studies MR. ROBERT MORRIS Science MR. JOHN PADDON Science MR. KENNETH PAYNE English T7 MR. DONALD ROBERTSON Shop MR LOU SCRLVENS Social Studies E MR. MARVIN PETERSON Mcnhemotics s-......,, MR ROBERT L SCHMIDT Commercual I , .xi 5 . . , . J' V O I N, ,Sf E 4 . . -.2 4 ,KV ' 0-A I Mm f f' -X Aww nys A L WM--.L.,N,.g3, , V g QS":+12-x...51 f V , , A V E "H1+a.,T,, 'ff w 18 X ' ., V E, iff 5 5 ,.a MR. ROBERT SKIPPEN Mathematics MR. RALPH SUTTON Social Studies MR. ROBERT STOTH ERS Mathematics MR. WILLIAM SWEGAR English 19 MRS. GRACE THOMAS Commercial MR. LAVERNE WERKHEISER Physical Education LIBRARY STAFF Front Row: Martha Taylor, Anita Wrighl Back Row: leoru Sutton, Elsie Brashear, Karen Moorehead, Sondy Yclersfed, Larry Morris, Clyde Thompson. 20 MR. RICHARD WAHLSTROM Shop Qusioalian Mr. Pifchforcl, Mr. Bedienf, Mrs. Serieani, Mr. Sullivan, Mr. Womack 0 f' 7 '- 49556 a eiewfa Cszfaff Left to righf: Lenora Pinkle, Leola Hinthorne, Tillie Bllege, Margret Vaughan, Charlotte Barker, Myrfle Roth, Edna Carroll, Robert Taylor, Mrs. Simons, Mrs. Keeney, and Mrs. Wonderly. ar.- AAN-W M.. - W ..,. ,,.. 1 I 1 President, Mark Musgrave, Vice President, Royce McDan- iel, Secretary, Peggy Stokes, Treasurer, Sue Gilbert, As- sistcmt Treasurer, Betty Holley, Fire Chief, John Bickford Yell Queen, Carol Davidson Front Row: Darlene Cambell, Betty McCall, Ronnie Weaver, Carol Davidson, Sally Graves, Sharon Good win, Carol-anne Cline, Charlene Gaskey. Second Row: Martha Gaskey, Marie Zambas, Darlene Heeter, Peggy Stokes, Sue Gilbert, Karen Davis Annelle Davenport, Kenny Selby, Seleen Donahee. Third Raw: Dan Dudley, Everette Ta lar, Anita W' ht R y rig , oyce McDaniel, Mark Musgrave, Delores McKin- L ney, ynn Garrett, Sandra Robertson, Barbara Dishaw. Back Row: Alton Doan, Betty Mackey, Betty Holley, Ron VavRosky, John Bickforcl, Lee Land, Dave Atkin son, Larry Smith, Hervel Hensley. Osfucleni Qounci xecutiue ounci Left to right: Marie Zambas, Betty Mackey, Carol Davidson, Royce McDaniel Annelle Davenport, Wayne Roberts, Mark Musgrave, Peg Stokes, Lee Land, John Bickford, Betty Holley, Sue Gilbert. , 521 " l VJ ' U4 R .:-L. 'W' B1 Q Sf ""' L IV.. QQ ik "nt President: Mark Musgrave Sgt at Arms: Ron Weaver Fire Chief: John Bickford Vice President Royce McDc1nlel Assistcmf Treasurer: Beffy Holley - n C roi DUWASO o ueem fan G- P SXOKSS Secreiowi e A .V 5 Treasurer: Sue Gilbert AF Q! L 'jk-Q2-kV"rJ M, , xg!!-P V, ,. V""",.'Zl7I AMVIQM Zf'."'f".5" fm" Y 'Xtfxpcljg jf gf ? I 4 xm S? my 2 - ' W WN rj if ' I f nxfle ff QV ...PQ 5, R 56 '-' f J 97 PSX I7 Q Q 2:5 if n gf :D Q f Q Y own SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS resident Annelle Davenport, Vice President, Alton Doan, ecretary, Jackie Fisher, Treasurer, Susan Horner, Program Chairmen, .lan Mulholland and Charlene Luttrull Sparrow, Sgts. at Arms, Jerry Barton and Leon Swank ,. W . ,if 4 as SX . , ff, , Yi- f , .. mn. Q 1 f if -glezsw. QW' 'T ?:,j:Y9,QfV ,,....--K 5, ef-ws rf, , fr -iwfqg-m,gw,V , 1 -22' 1, 'f1,,5's2'i 'mf 2 I Q QW 7ap 7m if 'W L kk F n I H7 -I 1 27 3 NANCY DAVIS 4 DORENE ERLA ANNELLE DAVENPORT 5 PEG JOYCE PERRY 6 LORETTA SUE GQLBERT 7 NDSON 8 STOKES Q IO JOYCE HAWLEY 28 JUANITA ALLEN "A penny for your thoughts." Transfer from Redmond, Ore. 3, Girls' League 3, 4, Pep Club 3, 4, FHA 3, 4, Sec. 3-4, GAA 4. , , Ly A , ,, if B y E jlzl Wi' ! M - - -'11 fx'-4 rf 4 1 . ,Q 3 'ii sing Ru A ai W, 1 F is W l v " 5 l LARRY ANDERSON "Silence is the perfectest herald of the fob." Boys' League 3, 4, Chorus l, Mix- ed Chorus 2, A Cappella 3, 4, Operetta 3, ,4 Outdoor Club 4. "F 1. T75 , qwiemr ' ' X .Q DALEIBECR , "Give him ci :ar and a tank of f Q gas." ' M K f'-3 Boys' League 3, 4, Outdoor Club l, Rifle Club 2. 29 JOHN BICKFORD "Honest as the day is long." Boys' League 3, 4, Football iBl l, 2, CAJ 3, 4, Baseball 2, 3, 4, Arch- ery Club 2, Letterman Club 3, 4, Student Body Fire Chief 4, Student Council 4, Executive Council 4, Stu' dent Rule Day 4, Mayor 4. ELSlE ARNOLD "Of stuff the world is made." Girls' League l, 2, 3, 4, Chorus l, Pep Club I, 3, 4, Sgt.-at-arms 3, Treasurer 4, FHA 4, Rally Squad 4. DELORES BOER "A woman of few wards doesn't have to take back so many." Girls' League l, 2, 3, 4, Chorus l, Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4. I JERRY BARTON "No evil con happen to a good mon." Boys' League 3, 4, Sgt.-at-arms 4, Bible Club 3, 4, Key Club 4, Class Sgt.-at-arms 4. JO ANNE BRIDGE "Smiles." Girls' League I, 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 4 0 K' DOYCE BROWN "Too much sludy is iusi 'foo much worry." Transfer from Eugene, Boys' League 4, Baseball 4. ELLA LOU CAl'llLL "She who loves fun has fun." Girls' League l, 2, 3, 4, Leiterwo- men 2, 3, GAA 4, Music Club 3, Mixed Chorus 3: Girls' Glee 4. MARSHALL BRUCE "I'll get there." Boys' League 3, 4- EDNA CARROLL "She'll find a way." Girls' League l, 2, 3, 4, Bible Club l, 4, Mixed Chorus 2, 3, Girls' Glee 4. DIXIE BURGER "Quie1'ness is ci supreme virlue." Girls' League l, 2, 3, 4, Junior Band l, Advanced Band 2, Dance Band 3, Annual Staff 4, FTA 4. DELBERT CASWELL "The man Thai blushes is noi' al- ways a bruie." Boys' League 3, 4, Rifle Club l, Outdoor Club 2, 3, 4. CAROLENE BURKS "Modesly is my name." Girls' League l, 2, 3, 4, Bible Clu l, 2, 4, Science Club l, Mixe Chorus 2. 3, GAA 4. JO-ANNE CHASTAIN "Her ways are the ways of pleas-V anlness." Transfer from Lebanon, Girls' Lea- gue 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 2, 3, 4, Rally Squad 4, FHA 4, FTA 4, Annual Staff 4. 30 fl wwfee-1-F.. COMER A merry heart doeth good like m . . ',, Y a edicine lrans er from Scio 2, Girls' League , 3, 4, FHA 2, 3, 4, Mixed Chorus , 3, A Cappella Choir 4, GAA i, ep Club l, Stage Crew 4. PHILLIP COOK "Women don't worry him." Boys' League 3, 4, Rifle Club l, 2, AY CROCKER "Sigh no more ladies, sigh no more." oys' League 3, 4, Outdoor Club l, , 3, 4. 31 IT Outdoor Club l, 2, 3, Stage Crew l. RICHARD CURREY "Aw, heck." Boys' League 3, 4, Chorus l, 2, Class Play 3, A Cappella 4, Drama Club 4, Stage Crew 4, Operetta 4. TH ELMA CORSON "Some are born great, some a- chieve greatness." Girls' League l, 2, 3, 4, Pep Club l, 2. HOWARD DANIELS "Man about town." Boys' League 3, 4, Football CBJ l, 2, KAI 3, 4, Basketball QBJ l, KAI 2, 3, 4, Chorus l, Key Club 2, 3, Let- termen 2, 3, 4, Baseball 3, Knights 4, Maclrigals 4. JOE CRAMER "He who loves and runs away will live to love another day." Transfer from Portland 3, Outdoor Club 2, Basketball IBJ 2, KAI 3, 4, Lettermen 3, 4, Huskian Staff 3, 4, Sports Editor 4, Football lAt 3, 4, Boys' League 3, 4. ANNELLE DAVENPORT "The word impossible is not in her dictionary!" Girls' League l, 2, 3, 4, Girls' League Council 2, 3, Class Program Chairman l, Class Treasurer 2, Class Vice President 3, Class Presi- dent 4, Pep Club i, 2, 3, Girl of the Month 2, Letterwomen 2, 3, GAA 4, Huskian Staff 3, 4, Honor Society 3, 4, Vice President 4, Class Play 3, Annual Staff 3, 4, Huskian Editor 4, Student Council 4, Execu- tive Council 4, "l Speak For Dem- ocracy," 3rd place, Elks Leadership Award 4, Oregon Girls' State 3, Hall of Fame 3, Girls' Tumbling Club 2, Student Rule Day 4. LOU VEE DAVENPORT "Looks nice, acts nice, is nice." Girls' League l, 2, 3, 4, Pep Club l, 2, 3, 4, Letterwomen l, 2, 3, GAA 4, Mixed Chorus l, 2. ALTON DOAN "Go, go, man." Boys' League 3, 4, Football l, 2, 3 4, Basketball l, 2, 3, 4, Baseball l 2, 3, 4, Wrestling l, Ski Club l, 2, Outdoor Club l, 2, Rifle Club 2, Lettermen Club 3, 4, Class Vice President 4, Student Council 4. CAROL DAVIDSON "You must have been a beautiful baby." Girls' League l, 2, 3, 4, Pep Club l, 3, 4, Yell Leader 3, Yell Queen 4, Majorettes l, 2, Advanced Band l, 2, Class Secretary 2, Student Council 2, 3, 4, Executive Council 4, Drama Club 4, Prom Chairman 3, Hall of Fame 2, 3, 4. MARIE DOONEY "lt takes all sorts of people to make a world." Girls' League l, 2, 3, 4, Bible Club 3, 4. NANCY DAVIS Her mind is her own and she uses it." Girls' League l, 2, 3, 4: Pep Club l, 3, 4, Secretary 3, President 4, Girls' Glee 2, Chorus l, A Cappella 3, 4, Silhouettes 2, Operetta 3, Honor Society 3, 4, Class Play 3, 4, Candidate for Varsity Queen 3, Student Council 4, Prom Chairman 3, All-School Play 4. n DENNIS DUNCAN "Let the world slide by, l'll not budge an inch!" Boys' League 3, 4, Football l, 2, 3, rack l, 2, 3, Ski Club l, 2, 4, tball l, 3, Wrestling 2, 4, Club 3, Baseball 4, Outdoor Club 4, Lettermen 4. I N If i i BARBARA DISHAW ' "Much study is u weariness of the flesh."- Girls' League l, 2, 3, 4, Band l, 2 3, 4, Dance Band l, 2, 3, Musi Club l, Ski Club I, Honor Societ I, Photo Club 4, Huskion Staff 31 4, Valedictorian 4. l i ,l 4 BOB ELLISON "Love is GREAT!" Boys' League 3, 4, Outdoor Club l, Track 2, 3, 4, Football 2, Ritl Club' 2, Science Club 3, Pep Club 'l. 32 L - 1 DORENE ERLANDSON "Laughable and likeable." Girls' League l, 2, 3, 4, Pep Club l, Advanced Band l, 2, Honor So- ciety 3, 4, Ski Club 3, 4, Secretary 3, Drama Club 3, Sweetheart Prin- cess 3, Student Council 4, Annual Staff 4, Prom Chairman 3. t t l x if S xi fe H, Qt ,i ,"j"f:'e i tat? 5 wth new I' "V A X 1,011 Mini -M i . ' i. 4 s fi vi 'xiii ' i ,ff '-iii V f ix.. ML-4 K if i gpm A ,KH W in LYNN GARRETT "Mighty Mouse." oys' League 3, 4, Basketball l, 2, octball 2, 3, 4, Baseball l, 2, 3, , Wrestling 2, 3, 4, State Champ- ion l47 lbs. 4, A Cappella 3, 4. i 33 1 SHIRLEY FERGUSON "It's love that makes the world go 'round." Girls' League l, 2, 3, 4, Pep Club i, Mixed Chorus 2, 3, A Cappella 4, Tumbling Club 2, School Carni- val Princess l, Betty Crocker Home- maker of Tomorrow 4, Kanvas Kids 4, Vice President 4. JACKIE FISHER "Speech is the index of the mind." Girls' League I, 2, 3, 4, Sec. 4, Letterwomen 2, 3, GAA 4, Vice President 4, Mixed Chorus 2, Honor Society 3, 4, Treasurer 3, President 4, Class Play 3, FTA 3, 4, Treas- urer 3, 4, Annual Staff 3, Huskian Staff 4, Girl of the Month 3, Sweet- heart Princess 3, Class Secretary 4, All-School Play 4, "I Speak For Democracy, 2nd place, Hall of Fame 4, FTA State Sec.-Treas. 4, Student Rule Day 4, Salutatorian. SUE GILBERT "Always ready and willing to help." Girls' League l, 2, 3, 4, Girls' League Council l, Girls' Glee 2, A Cappella 3, Operetta 3, Girl of the Month 2, Yell Leader 3, 4, Student Council 3, 4, Executive 3, PAUL FRALEY "A closed mouth catches no flies." Boys' League 3, 4, Mixed Chorus 3, 4. HAROLD GARRISON "Man of liesure." Boys' League 3, 4, Outdoor Club l, 2, Mixed Chorus 2, 3, Photo Club 4. 4, Student Body Treasurer 4, Stu- dent Rule Day 3, Ideal Girl 3, Pep Club 2, 3, Honor Society 3, 4, An- nual Statt 4, Prom Chairman 3, Hall of Fame 3, 4, Fancy Pants 3, 4, Ninettes 3, 4, Silhouettes 2, Freshman Sextette l. LINDA GOEBEL "Girl with many ideas." Transfer from Neah-kah-nie, Ore. 2, Girls' League 2, 3, 4, Rifle Club 3, 4, Ski Club 4. YVONNE GOODWIN "Her cheerful smile brightens the , day." Girls' League i, 2, 3, 4, Council 4, Chorus l, Mixed Chorus 2, A Cap- ella 3, Operetta 3, Pep Club l, 2, , 4, Vice President 4, Rally Squad , 4, Letferwomen 2, 3, GAA 4, Student Council 3, 4, Annual Staff 3, 4, FHA 4, FTA 3, 4, President 4, Girl of the Month 4, Madrigals 4, Silhouettes 2, Freshman Sextette i. I RUTH HANNA "The pursuit of the perfect then, is the pursuit of sweetness and light." Girls' League I, 2, 3, 4, Letferwa- men 2, 3, GAA 4. THELMA GRANTHAM ,Mme - it 'r..,c . Vw -if I L 'Seldom seen, seldom heard." Girls' League l, 2, 3, 4, Pep Club l, Girls' Glee 2, 3, 4, FHA 4. JOYCE HAWLEY "Says little buf accomplishes much." Girls' League l, 2, 3, 4, Bible Club I, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3, President 4, Chorus l, Mixed Chorus 2, A Cap- pella 3, Operetta 3, FHA l, Honor Society 3, 4, Ninettes 4. - yyt, S GERALD GREGORY "Thoughts too deep to be ex- pressed." Bays' League 3, 4, Outdoor Club l, 2, 3, 4, Rifle Club 2, Annual Staff 4, Art Editor 4. JACK HOFFMAN "He knows a lot but can never think of it." Boys' League 3, 4, Football l, lBl 2, lAl 3, 4, Outdoor Club l, Base- ball lAl 2, 3, 4, Class Vice Presi- dent 2, Advanced Band 2, 3, Let- termen 2, 3, 4, Vice President 4. DlCK GROVE5 "There's too many Dicks, guess I'll change my name to Tom." Boys' League 3, 4, Ski Club l, 2, 4, Pep Club i, Wrestling 2, Stu- dent Council 2, 3, Football Man- ager 2, Rifle Club 2, Photo Club 3, Science Club i, Annual Staff 3, 4, Bond l. CURTIS HOLDER "I wish I knew the good of wishing." Boys' League 3, 4. 34 HOLDER League I, 2, 3, 4, Pep I, 2, 3, 4, Leiterwomen I, 2. 5,15 .V if Club he Myers, f I I ii i 2 HUTCHINS am I, from care l'm League 3, 4, Band I, 2, Out- or Club I. The birds can fly, why can'i I." l K. iMt"'iiiQ I I i Ati ,rf . N, f 5, il :gui i i i 4ii'ffii ' i I 'I T' " ffl' ' ri i v J - T j s? V' Q Wggiiirf i 1 me is E, . . S, ie : HSE L DAVID HOLLEY "Dark and dashing." Boys' League 3, 4, Chorus I, Mixed Chorus 2, 3, A Cappella 4, Oper- etta 4, Outdoor Club I, 2, Basket- ball I, Class Play 3, 4, All School Play 4, Play Manager 4, Drama Club 4, Vice President 4, Stage Crew 4, President 4, Exchange As- sembly Emcee 4. CAROL JEANNET "It's good to be merry." Transfer from Dallas, Tex. 3, Girls' League 3, 4, Pep Club 2, Library 'Club 3, 4, Secretary 4. I I I , x T1 35 - SUSAN HORNER "One in a miIlion." Girls' League I, 2, 3, 4, Sgtfat- arms 4, Ski Club 2, 3, Drama Club 3, 4, President 4, Class Play 3, Class Treasurer 4, Annual Staff 4, Secretary of FTA 4, All-School Play 4 BEVERLY,BAlN JOHNSON Transfer from Albany 3, Girls' League 3, 4, Library Club 3, FHA DONALD HUSKEY "Every man's work shall be made manifest." I Boys' League 3, 4, Alpha Staborca I, 2, 3, 4, Honor Society 3, 4, Foot- ball 3, Wrestling 3. ROGER JOHNSON "Littlest said is soonest' minded." Boys' League 3, 4, Outdoor Club I, 2, 4. -.fi-Mi. W. ii. I -fi. I 1-. nam 1'i-. :iii-Hiwwf' JIM KARNS "Where your treasurer is, there your heart will also be." Boys' League 3, 4, Wrestling l, 2, 4, Outdoor Club l, Rifle Club 2, Archery 2, Advanced Band 2, 3, Science Club 3, Track 3, 4, Photo Club 4. LEONARD KEENON "Nobody can give you wiser ad- vise than yourself." Boys' League 3, 4, Stage Crew l, 2, 3, 4. JANET MOORE LEE "Can't help loving that man of mine." Girls' League l, 2, 3, 4, Pep Club l, Pram Committee 3, Girls' Glee 2, 3, A Cappella 4, Operetta 4, Ski Club 3, Rifle Club 3, MARDELL LATHROP "l'll get by." Girls' League l, 2, 3, 4, Library Club 3, Bible Club 3, FTA 4. RICHARD KEENON "A life of leisure and life of laziness are two different things." Boys' League 3, 4, Stage Crew l, 2, 3, 4. JEAN KROENLEIN I "Always fun, anyplace, any where." Girls' League l, 2, 3, 4, Library I Club 2, 3, Tumbling Club 2, Drama Club 4, Letterwomen 3, GAA 4. I l BERNlCE LEOPARD "Silence is golden, so l'll make money." Transfer from Glenville, North Car- olina 3, Girls' League 3, 4, FTA 4. MARIE LEOPARD "Her cheerful smile brightens th day," 1 Transfer from Grassville, Calif., 3 Girls' League 3, 4: FTA 4. 36 L I -v HARON LESTER "Love and Marriage." anster from Lebanon 4, Girls' ague 4. r i lgovce MCDANIEL "The world knows nothing of its greatest men." oys' League 3, 4, Football, JV i, , A Squad 3, 4, Baseball A Squad i, 2, 3, 4, Ski Club l, 2, Chorus l, ettermen 2, 3, President 4, Student ule 3, 4, Executive Council 4, Stu- ent Body Vice President 4, State asketball Team 4, Quarterback for hrine Game 4. 37 JACKIE LYNN "Small but mighty." Girls' League I, 2, 3, 4, Pep Club l 2 3' Letterwomen 2 3 GAA 1 , f , , 4, Sgt.-at-arms 4, Kanvas Kids 4. WESLEY MARCHBANKS "Swell guy to know." Boys' League 3, 4, Track, varsity 'l, 2, Wrestling i, 2, 3, Ski Club i, 2, Football, freshman l, varsity 2, 3, Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4, Archeyy Club 2. NORAIN MCMURRAY "To know her is to love her." Transfer from Woodburn High 4, Girls' League 4, Mixed Chorus 4. DUANE MELLING ' "Youth comes but ance in o lite- iime." l Boys' League 3, 4, Chorus l, Ad- vanced Chorus 2, 3, 4, SkilClub i, Pep Club l, Operetta 2, 3, l4, Arch- ery Club 2, Science Club 3. VERA MCCUISTIAN "The curfew must not ring to- night." Girls' League i, 2, 3, 4, Junior Band i, Advanced Band 2, Pep Club l, Varsity Queen 3, Student Council 3, Class Treasurer 3, Prom Committee 3. I DELORES MENEAR "A woman after her own heart." Girls' League l, 2, 3, 4, Pep Club l, Rifle Club 2, Mixed Chorus 3, Girls' Glee 4. BURLON MILLER "He will give the devil his due." Boys' League 3, 4, Wrestling i, 2, 3, 4, Chorus i, 2, 3, Archery Club 2, Yell Squad 4. DALE MUMEY "Full of mischief," Boys' League 3, 4, Rifle Club l, Outdoor Club 2, Bible Club 3, 4, Alpha Staborca 3, 4. GUY MILLER "As innocent as a new laid egg," Boys' League 3, 4, Library Club i 2, Mixed Chorus 3, Science Club 4. MARK MUSGRAVE "For he's a iolly good fellow." Boys' League 3, 4, Football i, 2, lAi 3, 4, Wrestling l, 2, 3, 4, Bas- ketball l, Track l, 2, 3, Vice Presi- dent of Class i, Ski Club 2, Letter, men 2, 3, 4, Student Rule Day 3, 4, Student Council 3, 4, Executive Council 3, 4, Class President 3, Student Body President 4, Chorus l. LARRY MORRIS "You can't take ii' with you so let's spend it now." Bays' League 3, 4, Baseball 3, 4. BOB NASLUND "Just give him a hot rod and a song." Boys' League 3, 4, Ski Club l, 2, Pep Club l, Class Play 3, Science Club 3, Advanced Band 3. JAN MULHOLLAND "What is yours is mine and al mine is Leon." Girls' League l, 2, 3, 4, Ski Clu l, 3, GAA 4, Girls' League Counci 2, 3, ideal Girl Candidate 2, Mixed Chorus 3, Class Play 3, Advancedr Chorus 4, Madrigals 4. i LAURA NELSON 3 "Miles of smiles." Girls' League l, 2, 3, 4, FHA l, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 2, Vice President 3, President 4, Mixed Chorus 2, 3, A Cappella 4, Pep Club 3, 4, Rally Girl 4, Bible Club 3, 4, Princess of Sweetheart Ball 3. 38 l i- JANET NEW "There never was a saint with red hair." Transfer from Dallas 3, Girls' Lea- gue 3, 4, Mixed Chorus 3, Drama Club 4, Girls' Glee 4, Ninettes 4. ORLETTA NYE "l like her." Girls' League l, 2, 3, 4, Pep Club l, Rifle Club 2,, 3, Mixed Chorus 3, 4. 39 LEROY NIXON "Oh, for the life of a bachelor." Transfer from Waldport 3, Boys' League 3, 4, Football l, 3, Track 3, 4. DELLA O'CONNER "A sweet disposition goes a long way." Transfer from Redmond 4, Girls' League 4, Mixed Chorus 4. . AJ STEWART NOHRNBERG "E'en vanquished, he could ar- gue still." Boys' League 3, 4, Outdoor Club l, Advanced Band l, 2, Mixed Chorus 3, A Cappella 4, Operetta 4, Huskian Staff 4, Asst. Sports Ed- itor 4. ALFRED OSBORN "Men willingly believe what they wish." Boys' League 3, 4, Outdoor Club l, 4, Rifle Club l, 2, Mixed Chor- us 3. .A 1 g , T' A uf -'I Lf it Wg mf. , , . . .fvriM,. ., S ii i ii Q A i i riiiia- M til if , g 'l Ukiifi , T , T 9 ,ii Li xiii' -if i f i f -riigtrwgqrl' , 9 fi. by f 1 , wi Q' is ,if ' 1,3 . MYRNA NONEMAKER "Never works, never hurries, sometimes fails, but never wor- ries," Girls' League l, 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 2, Rifle Club 2, Mixed Chorus 2, Girls' Glee 3, 4. DELVIN PECK "God helps them that help themselves." Boys' League 3, 4, Bible Club l, 4, Basketball i, Chorus l, Mixed Chorus 2. rt' s arnlr r JOYCE PERRY "Patience and gentleness is power." Girls' League i, 2, 3, 4, Vice Pres- ident 3, President 4, Pep Club l, 2, 3, Chorus I, A Cappella 2, 3, 4, Operetto 2, 3, 4, Girl of the Month 2, Letterwomen 2, 3, Honor Society 3, 4, Bible Club 4, Huskion Staff 4. U AVALYNE PITCHFORD "A quiet mincl is richer than cl crown." Girls' League I, 2, 3, 4, Library Club 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3, Mixed Chorus 3, A Cappella 4, Operetta 4, FHA 4, Madrigals 4. XJ MARIE ROBERTSON "Musical and mischievous." Girls' League I, 2, 3, 4, Junior Band l, Advanced Band 2, Mixed Chorus 2, Rifle Club 2, 3, A Cap' pella 3, 4, Operetta 3, 4, Bible Club 3, 4, Student Council 3, Hus- kian Staff 3, Business Manager 4. SHARI ANDERSEN RICHARDSON N JIM PRICE "Easy come, easy go." Boys' League 3, 4, Sgt.-at-arms 3, Football KBI I, 2, CAI 3, 4, Bgskef. ball I, Wrestling 2, 3, 4, Letfermerg 3, 4, Key Club 4. .. QQQJII, mg 'iigyge We I WWK, ,wr 3 , f 1' fi-..L,,E,, .wifi e -F35 1 EIL, 1 - K 1. Y ,tr ee , ,Ji ..r?- 1 ef L - I I 3 YN if L , NR , , , fn xl Y gi 55 5 I DON ROWE "Nice to have around, when he's ' around." Boys' League 3, 4, Rifle Club I, 2, Outdoor Club I, 2. DON REYNOLDS "Man of mischief." Boys' League 3, 4, Outdoor Club I Wrestling 3. VIRGINIA RUSSELL "Devotion to duty is a fire warms us." Girls' League I, 2, 3, 4, Honor ciety 3, 4, Rifle Club 4. SHERYL SANTESSON "Like them all 'till you know which one to love." Girls' League I, 2, 3, 4, Represen- tative 4, Pep Club l, Student Coun- cil 3, Drama Club 3, Ski Club 3 FTA 3, 4, Letterwomen l, 2, 3 GAA 4. CLEVE SHEARER "lf a man empties his purse into his head, no one can take it from him." Transfer from Jefferson High 4, Boys' League 4, Outdoor Club 4. BARBARA JEAN SIJOTA "A merry heart maketh a cheer- ful countenance." Girls' League l, 2, 3, 4: Rifle ClUb 3, FHA 3, 4. SIMS Great men are not always wise." League 3, 4, Rifle Club l, 4, Outdoor Club l, Archery Club 2. 41 ILEEN SATHER "Beautiful, blonde, but not dumb." Girls' League I, 2, 3, 4, Pep Club I, 2, Letterwomen 2. ELIZABETH SISSON "Good things come in small GAYLE SLATER "As sweet as they come." Girls' League l, 2, 3, 4, Chorus l, Girls' Glee 2, 3, Library Club 2, 3, 4, Drama Club 4. LORETTA SMITH "The pen is the tongue of the mind." Girls' League l, 2, 3, 4, Girl of Month 4, Letterwomen 2, 3, 4, Secretary 4, FTA 3, 4, Class 3, Honor Society 4, Annual 4, Business Manager of the 4. packages." l, Chorus l, Girls' Glee Girls' League l, 2, 3, 4, Pep 2 3 4. r 1 Club ' o Q , ,fe,i,.,,,4 Jiri u "' L Lltgiwl fm1 ' ,tQ. A ,i i . -w. ,,. ,l , 11, 4 P. , 4' 2 4615:-rf- ' ' st 341 V ig ' P M F 'Tim Ei, ,c1:5 'e-L. - 11,2 WALLY SPARKS "l'm only a little chap, mother says l'm frail." Boys' League 3, 4: Vice President 3, Football CBJ I, 2, lAl 3, 4, Chorus I, Archery Club 2, Outdoor Club l, 2, Wrestling 2, 3, Mixed Chorus 3, Alternate for State Shrine Foot- ball Tackle 4. CHARLENE LUTTRULL SPARROW "With this ring I th'ee wed." Girls' League l, 2, -3, 4, Rifle Club 2, Advanced Chorus 2, 3, 4, Class Program Chairman 4, Freshman Oc- tette l, Kanvas Kids 4, B Squad Yell Leader l, Class Secretary l. PHYLLIS STEWART "The more I eat, the thinner I get." Girls' League l, 2, 3, 4. FHA l, Chorus l, Bible Club 2, 3, 4, Girls' Glee 2, 3, Class Play 3, Advanced Chorus 4. JOE' STALEY dreams- 71 ,a.sfvre, .,-zererf .,i,,.?r. .54 DON SPURGEON "lt is not good to wake a sleep- ing lion." Boys' League 3, 4, Football l, Chor- us l, Archery Club 2, Outdoor Club I, 2, Wrestling 2, 3, Mixed Chorus 3. PEG STOKES "Her wit goes all the way around and buttons down her back." Girls' League l, 2, 3, 4, Junior Band l, Advanced Band 2, Major- ette 2, Dance Band 2, Honor So- ciety 3, 4, Drama Club 3, Ski Club 3, Class Play 3, Yell Leader 4, Student Body Secretary 4, Student Council 4, Executive Council 4. Jig i 2-, ig W Y' Q , 5, 59 . F , ' il-f55E i i a SHIRLEY ST. CLAIR "Love is a many splendored thing." Girls' League i, 2, 3, 4, Drama Club i, Honor Society 3, 4, GAA 4, Letterwomen 2, 3, Secretary 3. SHARELL BRITTON STRUMINSKI "Her mind is made up." Girls' League l, 2, 3, 4, Chorus Girls' Glee 2, 3, Pep Club 2, FHA 4. 42 BOB SULLIVAN "Music hath charms to sooth the savage beast." Boys' League 3, 4, Secretary 4, Outdoor Club I, Chorus l, Mixed Chorus 2, A Cappella 3, 4, Oper- etta 3, Knights 4, Tri-M 4, Vice President 4, Basketball KBJ 2, 3, lAl 4, Prom Chairman 3, Track l, 2, 3. EVERETT TAYLOR "Full speed ahead." Boys' League 3, 4, Outdoor Club I, Rifle Club I, Archery Club 2, Track 2, 3, Mixed Chorus 2, 3, Football 2, A Squad 3, 4, Key Club 2, 3, 4, Vice President 3, Lt. Governor 3, President 4, A Cap- pella 4. 43 MICKEY SURREY "He's a man - I like him." Girls' League l, 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 2, 3, Chorus I, Girls' Glee 2, 3, 4. HARRIET TAYLOR "lt's always fair weather when friends are together." Girls' League I, 2, 3, 4, FHA 2, Drama Club 4. LEON SWANK "And I learned about women from her." Boys' League 3, Sgt.-at-arms 4, Outdoor Club 2, 3, Rifle Club 2, Mixed Chorus 2, 3, Track 3, 4, Wrestling 3, Letterwomen 3, 4, Football 2, 3, A Squad 4, Advanc- ed Chorus 4, Madrigals 4. DON SWANSON Boys' League I, 2, 3, Lettermen Club 2, 3, 4, Track Manager 2, Football Manager 3, 4, Basketball Manager 3. LW: .7 o f . I CQ.,+si5 '3'flf1'fe3l?1Q . ' 'is iv' III Ii I f fm im vii ft ,V K, 'M IE , ,T ' 'lf 'I 11, -als--,raw me .Q , X. Til, Eigggv -get PAT THOMETZ "l can have any one I please, but I don'f please." Boys' League 3, 4, Football I, 2, 3, A Squad 4, Science Club I, Key Club 2, 3, 4, Track 2, 3, 4, Wrestling 2. ROMA LEE TOLIVER "ImpossibIe? ls there such a word?" Girls' League l, 2, 3, 4, Pep Club I, Letterwomen 2, 3, 4, GAA 4, President 4, Library Club 2, Stu- dent Council 2, 3, Bible Club 3, 4, Honor Society 3, 4, Class Play 3. "Size has no relation to quality." DAVE UPDEGRAVE "Life gets tedious, don't it?" Boys' League 3, 4, Ski Club I, 2, 3, 4, Advanced Band I, 2, 3. PEGGY WHITE "A woman's privilege is to change her mind." Transfer from Juneau, Alaska 3, Girls' League 3, 4, Drama Club 3, 4, Science Club 3, Class Play 3. JOYCE VALENTINE "Happy as the day is long." Transfer from Mill City 3, Girls' League 3, 4, Letterwomen 3, GAA 4. RON VAVROSKY "Life is a cinch by the inch, by the yard, it's hard." Transfer from Woodland, Wash- ington 2, Basketball .IV 2, Varsity 3, 4, Baseball Varsity 2, 3, 4, Let- terman 2, 3, 4. RONALD WEAVER "The way to fight a woman with a hat, grab it and run." Boys' League 3, 4, Football I, 3, Wrestling I, 2, 3, 4, Track I, Ski Club I, 2, Yell Leader Chorus I, Lettermen 2, 3, 4, Play 3, Executive Council 4, dent Council 4, Basketball I, dent Body Sgt.-at-arms 4. il nv I n BRUCE WILLIAMS "Our first and last love is self love." Boys' League 3, 4, Outdoor Club I, 2, 3, Secretary 2, 3, Basketball I, Honor Society 3, 4, Science Club 4, Class Play 3. WARREN WILLIAMS "Stolen kisses are the sweetest." Boys' League 3, 4, Junior Band I, 2, Advanced Band 3. I WILMA WILLIAMS "Never a dull moment." Girls' League I, 2, 3, 4, Advanced Band 2, 3, Science Club 2, Girls Glee 3: A Cappella 4, Tri-M 4,- Bible Club 4. 44 WINTERS life is such a pleasantness. League I, 2, 3, 4, Pep Club Mixed Chorus 2, 3. 'S' u 45 RAYMOND WOOD "Life is what you make if." Boys' League 3, 4, Football l, 2, 3, 4, Wrestling 2, 3, Rifle Club 2, Key Club 4, Ski Club 4, Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4. MARIE ZAMBAS "Nothing is impossible to the willing heart." Transfer from Mount Angel Acad- emy 2, Girls' League 2, 3, 4, Mu- sic Club 2, 3, Mixed Chorus 2, A Cappella 3, 4, Drama Club 3, Huskian Staff 3, Annual Staff 3, 4, Assistant Editor 3, Editor 4, Oper- etta 3, 4, Student Council 4, Exec- utive Council 4, Girl of the Month 4, Ideal Girl Candidate 4, Tri-M 4, Ninettes 4, Prom Chairman 3. CLASS MOTTO, A bright light from Heaven shines over the class of '57. CLASS FLOWER: Deep Red Rose CLASS COLORS: Maroon and Silver coco o oo emor Class Hlstory ln the fall of l953 we as tremblrng frosh walked through the open welcome doors of SHUHS We officially became members of SHUHS when we were lnltrated by our superiors the mighty sophomores We elected as our class officers that fall President Ralph Morley Vrce Presrdent Mark Musgrave Secretary Estelle Bonham Treasurer Charlene Luttrull Program Charr man Annelle Davenport Girls League Rep resentatlve Sue Gilbert Sgts at Arms Pat Thometz and Everette Taylor For the All School Carnival rn March we chose Mark Musgrave and Shirley Fergu son as our Carnival Kung and Queen can dtdates Our class was well represented In boys sports and gurls Intramurals As a final touch to our first year of high school we sponsored a May Day Dance ln honor of the May Day Court The dance was a huge success In the eyes of the fresh men Ralph Morley President Jack Hoffman Vrce Presrdent Carol Davidson Secretary Weaver and Harold Davenport Sgts at Arms were our newly elected sophomore class officers We began our new year In SHUHS as sophomores by mrtratnng the lowly frosh Estelle Bonham reigned as Sweetheart Queen that year wrth Carol Davidson and Mary Thlll as prrncesses from our class Sue Gilbert and Ralph Morley were chos en as King and Quen candidates for the Timber Echo subscription drive The class again sponsored a May Dance rn honor of the May Court Ralph Morley was elected Student Body Vice President and Sue Grlbert was elected as the Student Body Assistant Treasurer In he spring electron for the coming year The class of 57 was agarn well repre ented In actrvltles and sports Yea for the Upperclassmen' We began our Junlor year with a great surge of en ergy for our numerous actlvltres of the year We chose as our leaders Mark Mus grave President Annelle Davenport Vrce President Joyce Perry Secretary Vera Mc Culstron Treasurer and Ron Weaver and Peg Stokes Sgts at Arms The blg OCTIVITY of our Junlor year was the Junlor Senior Prom and Banquet Sue Grlbert was appornted In charge of all Prom Banquet committees helping her were co chairmen Nancy Davrs and Jack Hoff man We chose as our theme for the gala affair Stardust ln order to ralse money for Stardust we spent a busy year sell Ing pres and cooked foods having car washes a rummage sale sellrng decals Cow bells and autograph books and presentlng the annual Junror Class Play The Prom was a huge success and was enloyed by everyone who attended Our class colors are maroon and silver our class flower the dark red rose our class motto Theres a bright light ID Hea ven shining over the class of 57 All Men Are Luke Streetcars was the name of our Junior Class Play which was under the dtrectron of Kenneth Payne Mark Musgrave was elected as Student Body President Royce McDaniel was elect ed Vlce President Peg Stokes was elected Secretary and Ron Weaver was elected as Sgt at Arms ln the electrons for the coming year Sue Gilbert took over the Burlon Muller Ron Weaver and Peg Stokes were elected as yell leaders whale Carol Davidson took over the oflfce of Yell Queen Candidates for the Trmber Echo Court from the Juntor Class were Queen Delores Martrn and Krng Ron Vavrosky Sue Gil bert was named ldeal Glrl of the Year and Vera McCustlon was elected as the Varsrty Queen of 1956 Nancy Davls and Lou Vee Davenport were members of her Court Seniors at last' Class officers were An nelle Davenport Presrdent Alton Doan Vice President Jackie Fisher Secretary Su san Horner Treasurer and Leon Swank and Jerry Barton Sgts at Arms The all school magazine subscrlptlon drive was won by the senior class The senior class also came out on top of the Trmber Echo Court with Jan Mulholland and John Blckford as King and Queen Susan Horner and Dave Holley played leading roles ID the allschool play A Man Called Peter Susan and Dave both won honors at Pacrflc Unlverslty as support mg actors Dave took frrst place award and Susan won second ln sports Royce McDaniel made the Ore C O I I . . . . 1 1 ' f - - 11 11 - ' Il ll I I ' 1 1 1 ' 1 i 1 I F I I ' ll Il 1 1 - 1 1 . , . . 1 1 - r 1 1 - 1 - . . . I - 1 1 . . ,, , . . . ' ' ' I II ' I II ' ll . , . . . - 1 . , ' - ' I - 1 1 I I - 1 1 1 - Annelle Davenport, Treasurer, and Ron duties of Treasurer. 1 I i . . . . I - . . ,, , . 1, b . . I . 1 l I I 1 1 1 ' 1 1 , . . . . l . l . - . - ll 1 1 1 ' f ' II 1 1 1 - - 1 1 ' - . . I . 1 gonian All-State basketball first team. Royce was also honored by being chosen for the Shriners' Football Game. Wally Sparks was an alternate for the game. Wally and Royce made the first string on the district football team. Mark Musgrave, John Bick- ford, and Lynn Garrett were named for the second team. "Arsenic and Old Lace" was the name of the Senior Class Play. All the seniors worked hard to put on the play, which was a huge success. The class elected to have an all-night party May l7, Fun was had by all who were there. Sue Gilbert was chosen as the May Queen. Carol Davidson, Vera McCustion, Peg Stokes, .lan Mulholland, Sheryl Santes- son, and Annelle Davenport were mem- bers ot Queen Sue's royal court. Graduation services were held May 31. We were sad to leave our old friend, Sweet Home Union High School, but we will al- ways remember the many things that hap- pened to us while we were a part of the student body. So long for now. I V.... ,fi , ii lllul 1 ullll S . ll A scene from the Senior Class Play, "ARSENlC AND OLD LACE" Ci1 Three musketeers - C21 Rough 'en-it! - C31 Coming or going- - C41 Grandma? - C51 Puzzled? Dressed like a king. - C71 Don't look so sad. - C81 Who's This? - C91 Bathing beauty. - CIO1 Real Cute Cll1 All shook up. - Cl21 Busy body - Ci31 The very end! - CI41 Run away. - Cl51 Bare foot bay Cl61 The "RODS" - Cl71 This is the life. - ClB1 Old shep - CI91 Rough Rider - C201 Giggles - C211 Guess who? - C221 Now who? - C231 Telling secrets. - C241 Whistling Nancy. - C251 Bored! - C261 Check those stripes - C271 Sober face. - C281 Pale - C291 Wow! - C301 Different, any way! - C What's this? - C321 Those were the days. - C331 Relaxed. - C341 Me and my dollies. - C351 Dog ears! 36 Smoke in our e es C37 a1 Hold my hand! C37 b1 Wedding bells are breaking up that old C 1 Y Y - - - - gang of mine! - C381 Presley side burns? -- C391 Open your eyes. - C401 Wow!! - C4l1 Donnie, Oops! C421 What's new, New? - C431 Play pretty, Bob. - C441 Swallow your gum, Susan? -- C451 What have we here? - C461 Smile pretty. - C471 What is it? - C481 Hello, Mrs. Sparrow. - C491 Gulp! - C501 What must have been a beautiful baby. - C511 Those were the days. - C521 Thumb good, Janet? - C531 What you trying to prove? - C541 Party dolls. - C551 Guess who? - C561 What ya' got? - C571 ls that English, CIIIO I, JUANITA ALLEN, will to SHUHS quiet halls and class- rooms after my departure. I, LARRY ANDERSON, will my I's in chrous to anyone who will work for them. I, ELSIE ARNOLD, will the ability to recognize blue and white Fords to Gloria Underwood. I hope that she will not make as many mistakes in the future as she has in the past. I, JERRY BARTON, will all my old textbooks and teach- ers, especially my old American Problems books, to Her- vel Hensley. May it help him to learn to think. I, DALE BECK, will my ability to roam around the halls with my eyes shut to Carl Van Epps. I, JOHN BICKFORD, will all my problems to anybody that is as stupid as I was to get involved in them. I, DELORES BOER, will my grades to anyone who wants them. I, JOANNE BRIDGE, will my above-average grades and my ability to go through high school to my sister, Jeanne, She will need them. I, SHARREL IBRITTOIXII STRUMINSKI, will my height to Wayne Roberts in hopes that it will bring a I958 district basketball title. I, DOYCE BROWN, will my handsomeness to Gary Struhbar, and my size to John Deffenbaugh. I, MARSHALL BRUCE, will nothing to nobody because I have nothing to will. I, DIXIE BURGER, will to Sally and Gumpsie lGoIdiel Graves-in case they should ever need it-my ability to see over the top ot my glasses. I, CAROLENE BURKS, will my ability to say the wrong thing at the right time to my cousin, Marilyn Karns. I, ELLA LOU CAHILL, will my ability to finish high school and graduate to my brother and sister, who are now in SHUHS. I, EDNA CARROLL, will my perfect attendance to my brother, David Carroll, I, DELBERT CASWELL, will my broken rubber bands to Loren Grant, a person in bad need of them, I, PHILLIP COOK, being of sound mind and sound-oft body, do hereby will my sparkling personality to any timid freshman who is afraid of walking down the hall- way without a blue slip. I. JANICE COMER, will my ability to get higher grades in dramatics to Margaret Hyde and Gloria Miller. I, THELMA CORSON, will my ability to graduate to all those who think they can't, I, JO-ANNE CHASTAIN, will my ability to sometimes get on the honor roll to Joyce Bair, and to Vivian Wil- liams, my "little sister," lots of fun at SHUHS, I, JOE CRAMER, will my size I4 shoes to all the little girls in school to help them kick their way clown the cor- ridors past those rough senior boys. I, RAY CROCKER, will my ability not to skip school dur- ing hunting season to Tom Farley, I, RICHARD CURREY, will my ability to get ahead by doing nothing to the most worthless freshman in high school, Pat Derby. I, HOWARD DANIELS, will my height of 4 ft, 22 in. to Kenny Eberhart in hopes he will make center on the bas- ketball squad. I, ANNELLE DAVENPORT, will to my little sister, Fay- lene, all the great times and worries of high school and hope she does not get involved in half as many activities as I did. I. LOU VEE DAVENPORT, will to Gene Gregory and Bonnie Holder all of my senior teachers-and wish them all the luck in the world because they will need it. I, CAROL DAVIDSON, will to Vivian Williams my ability to fight with her brother and still think the world of him, and to an uprising iunior iGoldie or Franl the "Queen" yell emblem that is too big for any normal girI's back. I, NANCY DAVIS, will my ability to stay sober but act crazy to Milford Bishop, my bobby pins to Elaine Everett, and my loashful nature to Linda Morton. I, BARBARA DISHAW, will the darkroom to Clyde Thompson and anyone else who is brave enouah to try it. I, ALTON DOAN, will my superb dancing ability to all timid freshmen who hide out in dark corners during dances. I, MARIE DOONEY, will my hair to all those who don't like to put theirs up every night. I, DENNIS DUNCAN, will my old hip boots ancl honker I' llis decoy to Cleora Hash. I, BOB ELLISON, will my snap-on whitewalls to Mr. Johnson's Volkswagen. I, DORENE ERLANDSON, will my cherished nickname as "Fats" to Carmen Cobat and my "cops and robbers" tree to Carmen, Linda, Betty and Jan. I, SHIRLEY FERGUSON, will all the fun I had in high school to Trudy Adams. I, JUANITA FIELD, will my dictionary to someone who can use it. I, PAUL FRALEY, will my ability to miss assignments and my love to watch a good boxing match to Billy Seibert. I, JACKIE FISHER, will to Cleora Hash my ability to be president of Honor Society and get straight ones at the same time, and to Darlene Evans my courage and will power to cut my long hair against everybody's wishes. I, MARIE FRAZIER LEOPARD, will my broken pencil stubs and old torn assignments to Carolee Hirschi. The pencil stubs are for chewing and the assignments are for last- minute proiects. I, LYNN GARRETT, will my state wrestling championship to Rod Andrews. Keep your record clean, Rod. I, HAROLD GARRISON, will my diamond studded bottle opener to Dave Wallingford lmaybe he can use it for the betterment of mankindl, and to my little brother, Jack, my ability to do the wrong thing at the right time. I, SUE GILBERT, will to Betty Holley a little black bag that never runs out of money to help her in next year's work. I, LINDA GOEBEL, will to Marge Cox all the Elvis Pres' ley pictures in my locker, and to Henry Honeywell, my messy locker. I, YVONNE GOODWIN, will my ability to attend the Lebanon Junior-Senior Prom with a clear conscience to Sharon Goodwin in hopes that she has a good time as I did. I, THELMA GRANTHAM, will my easy-to-manage hair to Loretta Spencer and my American Problems teacher to LaDonna Murphy. I, GERALD GREGORY, will all my headaches of the An- nual to next year's art editor. I, DICK GROVES, will Samuel Clemens to Miss Frazier. I, RUTH HANNA, will my ability to work in clubs to my sister, Vivian. I think that she will want to work in the clubs she joins. I, JOYCE HAWLEY, will my typewriter to Mr. Marshall to type tests for the seniors next year. I, JACK HOFFMAN, will all of my play boy pictures to anyone with enough nerve to put them in the library, and an alarm clock to DeVonna Osborn so that she will get home before six o'clock. I, CURTIS HOLDER, will my pipes and all the parties that I have had in my high school years to Dennis Ward. I, PAT HOLDER, will all my good times in my iunior and senior years to my sister, Bonnie. I, DAVE HOLLEY, will my ability to skip school for three full years without being caught to Billie Hedeen, as she will probably need it in the future. I, SUSAN HORNER, will my ability to have a clear con- science while rooting for Sweet Home-Lebanon games to anyone who has nerve enough to try it. . I, DON HUSKEY, will to Vilus Peters my crooked T- square of mechanical drawing, to Roger Walker my books as he can use them next year, and to my sister, Norma, all my old notes and papers. I, LARRY HUTCHINS, will all my old shirts and sweaters to my sister, Darlene, since she is always wearing them anyhow. I, CAROL JEANNET, will my ol' southern accent to Patty Joyce Morris. I, ROGER JOHNSON, will my bright personality and my alertness in class to Carl Van Epps. l, JIM KARNS, will my hot Plymouth to my girl friend, Carlene Coonrod. I, LEONARD KEENON, will my ulcers to any iunior who has worried about school work as much as I have. I, RICHARD KEENON, will my noisy pipes to Larry Keenon. I, JEAN KROENLEIN, will my stupid cackle to anyone who is sport enough to put up with it. I, MARDELL LATHROP, will to my sister, Sharon, all of 49 the hardships of high school and also all of the good times I have had. I, JANET MOORE LEE, will to my sister, Pat, my ability to fall in love with someone as great as I did. I, BERNICE LEOPARD, will to anyone who wants it, all of the hard work and fun that goes with high school. I, SHARON RHODES LESTER, will my ability to get mar- ried and finish high school to Joyce Bottler. I, JACKIE LYNN, will the ability to go hunting with a certain senior boy to a blond freshman girl. I, WES MARCHBANKS, will all of my favorite teachers to the Foreign Legion or any body who will have them. I, PAT McCOLLUM, will my picture in the Annual to any heart-sick girl who wants it. I, VERA MLCUISTIAN, will to my little sister, Johnny, the ability to go out and have a ball and still get in by mid- night, I, ROYCE McDANIEL, will my ability to handle lmean- ing not fumble all the timel a football on the one-yard line, and call the correct play at the correct time Imean- ing no more 43's on fourth down, with ten yards to go, on our own four-yard Iinei to Gary Jones. I, DELORES MENEAR, will my ability to go through high school without any tardies or absences to my sister, Shir- ley, and also my ability not to skip school to Beth Nye. I, NORAIN MCMURRAY, will my refusal to talk to Mr. Marshall in class to Anita Wright, who can't keep quiet. I, DUANE MELLING, will my real-gone times in the li- brary to Miss Frazier, for I'm sure she can't get along without me. I, BURLON MILLER, will my domination of girls to Ray McKay. May he use it as I have. I, GUY MILLER, will my geometry book to any poor iunior who wants it. I, LARRY MORRIS, will my Friday nights to Paul Betz and hope he can take good care of them. I, JAN MULHOLLAND, will my ability to hook a good looking man to a lonely freshman girl. I,4DALE MUMEY, will my false teeth to Don Harris who I am sure is going to need them if he keeps mouthing-off after games, I, MARK MUSGRAVE, will my rusty church key and trusty sleeping bag to Rich Adams in hopes that he will use them well. I, BOB NASLUND, will my ability to get stuck in drive- ins to Gary Platt and my SOO-I5 blackwalls to Ray McKay. I, LAURA NELSON, will nothing to no one because I have nothing to will. I, JANET NEW, will my crazy walk to Pat Hughes who doesn't wiggle. I, LEROY NIXON, will my ability to sing in chorus class to anyone who wants it. I, STEWART NOHRNBERG, will my glasses to Mr. Mar- shall in order to help him referee the iunior varsity games without mistakes. I, MYRNA NONEMAKER, will my ability to skip school to Connie Farbar. I, ORLETTA NYE, will all my shorthand and grades to my sister, Beth Ann Nye. I, DELLA O'CONNER, will my ability to finish four long years of high school to Faye Garrett. T, ALFRED. OSBORN, will my interest in this school to "WallingfordW in the hope that he use it to his treasonable best, and to Darlene Heeter, my blue-plaid shirt. I, DELVIN PECK, will to Terry Moore my ability to turn a pickup around on a dime at 40 mph, if he is fool enough to do it. I, JOYCE PERRY, will my "all rightie" to Mr. "Drewsy" when making speeches to good "ole" SHUHS students. I, AVALYNE PITCHFORD, will to Claudia Palmer my ability to say something I don't really mean and get re- sults, and to Elaine Everette, what's left of our beat-up glassware in our chemistry drawer. I, TERRY PLATT, will my smile to any school politician running for office. I guarantee his or her election. I, JIM PRICE, will my big shoes to Bucky Gaskey and my ability to walk in them to Gary Jones. I, DON REYNOLDS, will my motor to Ray McKay be' cause David Updegrave's isn't good enough. I, SHARIE ANDERSON RICHARDSON, will my ability to skip school to my brother, Dick Anderson. He needs abilit . I, IIAARIE ROBERTSON, will my worn-out shoe leather and never-ending feud with the printers to next year's ad- vertising manager. I. DON ROWE, will all my extra credits and my ability to get along with teachers to Ted Holder. I, VIRGINIA RUSSELL, will my ability in Amercan Prob- lems to Charlotte Rapp. I, SHERYL SANTESSON, will my ability to get a tan in the back woods while skiing to Barbara Richards. I, ILEEN SATHER, will my title as "Blond Bombshell of SHUHS" to Jackie En-gle in hopes she will pass it on to another deserving blonds, and my ability to have slim hips to Darlene Heeter. I, CLEVE SHEARER, will my flat feet to anyone who will take care of them. I, BARBARA JEAN SIJOTA, will my ability to cut up in senior math to Margaret Hyde. I, RUSSELL SIMS, will my church key and ability to get along with all my teachers to Judy King. I, ELIZABETH BURNSIDES SISSON, will my ability to keep quiet in class to my sister, Nadine Burnsides, who is a loudmouth. I, GAYLE SLATER, will my ability to be quiet and be unnoticed to Patty Banks, who, I hope, will make good use of it. I, LORETTA SMITH, will to Nancy Rice lbecause you should share what you have too much oft all my cavities and fillings because she doesn't have any, and my ability to become an Honor Society member when I'm a senior to Clyde Thompson. I, WALLY SPARKS, leave one-half of my giant football shoulder pads to Bill Stupin and one-half to Curtis Pappan, and rny good nature to Nancy Rice. I leave my new Pen- dleton iacket to Royce McDaniel-My HERO! I, CHARLENE LUTTRULL SPARROW, will to all the sad sacks in SHUHS one of my smiles, and my ability to keep a big fat secret so that I could surprise everyone. I, DON SPURGEON, will my old rusty church key and my iug to Dave Wallingford. I, JOE STALEY, will my name to SHUHS. I, PHYLLIS STEWART, will my ability to hook a good- looking guy to Martha Taylor, I, SHIRLEY ST. CLAIR, will my ability to meet a boy, go steady, and get engaged in a month and a half to any one who has the desire to do so. I, PEG STOKES, will my ability to eat all I want and not gain weight to Curtis Pappan. I, BOB SULLIVAN, will my safety razor to Bill Johnson so he can shave his mustache, and my locker combina- tions and my old belt buckle to Don Harris. I, MICKEY SURREY, will my ability to get along with teachers to my brother, Richard. I, LEON SWANK, will my ability to study less and get through school to Bill Stupin. I EVERETT TAYLOR, will the left side of the front seat of the "Olds" to Lynn Jabusch. I, HARRIET TAYLOR, will my tough luck in my iunior and senior years to my brother, Ray. I, PAT THOMETZ, will my hair to Robert Bailey and my football ability to Bill Stupin. I, ROMA LEE TOLIVER, will my ability to talk too much in class, get in trouble with my teachers, and still make Hon- or Society to my freshman brother, Vernon. I, DAVE UPDEGRAVE, will my motor to Ray McKay so that he can beat Gary Struhbar, l, RON VAVROSKY, will my ability to have fun at teen- age dances to Lee Land. I, JOYCE VALENTINE, will to my sister, Janice, the ability to stay out of trouble and have loads of fun. I, PEGGY WHITE, will to Billie Hedeen the ability to "spotlight Dee" at midnight on a certain butte. I, BRUCE WILLIAMS, will "Vicki" to Delmer Weaver and leave a broken heart. I, WARREN WILLIAMS, will my passionate Orange Girls Trap to a certain preacher's daughter. I, WILMA WILLIAMS, will to my "little sister Zelma" my shyness in hopes that she can uphold my record for be- ing quiet next year. 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I , VA .N K . ,W 1 1 ' , . E ld! -, 5 ani J, 3 . 1 1 , n 1 +-. 4, "- u, '1 ,i wr' 1- o " I , .ff 3' Q 7 Q 5 av 1 ' 1 1,5 1 ,J 4 ,ff .,,,. r,.,r an 1, 1 X Ydersiad, Sandy Junior Class History The Junior class, under the direction of Mr. Swegar, Mrs. Thomas, Mr, Horner, Mr. Hennessey, Mr. Morris, Mrs. Kikel, Mrs. Gates, and Miss irish, had a successful year. Wayne Roberts, president, Dan Dudley, vice president, Caroiee Hirschi, secretary, Eloise Reynolds, treasurer, and Stan Waiters and Rod Andrews, sergeants at arms, were elected as our officers in September. Judy Heeter and Rod Andrews were chosen as our Annual King and Queen can- didates. The Junior Class rings were distributed in October with a choice of plain or with green stones. The Junior class had several food sales, dances, and car washes to make money for the Junior-Senior Prom. Our biggest money making project was the Junior Class Play given the i5 and lo of November which was titled "BROTHER GOOSEK' The most important event of our Junior year was the Prom and Banquet. The theme was HUNDERWATER WONDERl.AND." The motto, "PARADISE AWAITS THE CLASS OF '58." The flower - lily and the colors aqua and silver. Francine Bottler was chairman with Sue Cox in charge of the banquet and Juanita Watkins the Prom. Everyone worked hard to make the Prom and Banquet a success. We hope it will be as successful next year. unior Glass may , W, W. W , ...- .,. -. M - ..s..s,, W. ., .. .W me .,.... W ,A ,.... ,,..., . ,li,V,,m,,:,,,,,..LM,MYmMm,J,,M,Wim,M,,,,,,,,m,,,,L,,,,M,9, 1' r XX i -ngfx wg., ws' . 1 .ef 't 5 fffff 23, iv f vu. 3 121 A baseball fan, Madelyn? - 131 One ot those crazy days. - 141 She must have been a beautiful baby. 151 Hi, Snookie - 161 Where there's life there's hope. - 171 ls that you, Donna? - 181 Now isn't that cute. 191 Beautiful dreamer - 1lO1 Remember this Janie? - 1111 Kind of wind-blown, huh Juanita? - 1121 Now it that isn't cute. - 1l31 What's that? - 1141 Oh, what a day. - 1151 How's this for size? - 1l61 Waiting tor someone, DeVonna? - 1171 Another bright day and another bright smile. - 1l81 Are you going steady, Pat? - 1191 Ready, Set, Go! - 1201 You are sweet, Karen. - 1211 Annual time again. - 1221 What's wrong, Eloise? - 1231 Now who do we have? - 1241 Are you his admirer? 1251 A dunce I guess, that's alright Susie? - 1261 Are they coming, Judy? - 1271 Is the water cold, Donna? - 1281 Betty, you must have been a beautiful baby. - 1291 Lady of leisure. - 1301 The headless horseman, hi Margretl - 1311 What's wrong, Carol? - 1321 Batter up. - 1331 Springtime - 1341 What are you doing, Billie? - 1351 Good Morning, Karen. - 1361 Hi, Darlene and Eva - 1371 Bottoms up? - 1381 Smiling. - 1391 Looks good! 1401 That old gang of mine. - 1411 Rear view. - 1421 Oh, those curls! - 1431 ls that Betty? - 1441 Who's little girl are you? - 1451 Day dreaming. - 1461 Sun basking. - 1471 Going some place? - 1481 The hula, we invented it. -- 1491 Craming for an exam. - 1501 Party Doll! - 1511 Rattlel - 1521 What gives? 1531 Who's calling? - 1541 Peek a bool - 1551 Sugar Daddys? - 1561 Chow time. - 1571 Cutie! - 1581 Get Ready, Go. - 1591 Big joke. - 1601 Look-a-likes. f unimf WZ ,. '7'WQQf'wTr 15 4p,14,f7:lVq2M ,wygu-u t fmffw fwff Jwfwfwfff 4:12 Zvwijw bw 4-GEMM, lgw ,in Q :ff ff! 57 gh f1f"'7 521 Kia- ,W ff' !fQff'f' L'ff5 iff f 94 4 Q 'if iff' A 921 Miken l-94" 54729 f 5 W-5f ,.M,-,WV f . V 71? Z, R Q7 .M4 f1l',SQvfN'D,fQ: gjfpnjl, , 17 fx fl"21, I ' ww 'Wag 4,34 VW F 44, ' , 'Zz Wim 63 M5-'TW MW K3-6 3, sslmlvnurllvu M- SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS President, Betty Mackey, Vice President, Jan Tabler, Sec- retary, Charlene Mackey, Treasurer, Freclda Rowley, Sgts. at Arms, Gary Jones and Bill Stupin, Program Chairman, Jean Heeter Front Row: Norma Wood, Carol Harbaugh, Gloria Underwood, Kathy Sullivan, Loretta Bascom, Sue Phillips, Shirley Menear, Nadine Wifcraft. Second Row: Zelma Williams, Margret Vaughan, Helen Horan, Pat Allen, Charlotte Barker, Tillie Bliege, Randy Soli, .Jerry Moore. Third Row: Henry Honeywell, Ken Selby, Richard Rounds, Jack Garrison, Richard Renaud, Tom Jewell, Dennis Ward. Back Row: Alpha Marchbanks, Leon Weathers, Ken Kyriss, Richard Surrey, Nick Mosqueda, Dick Jones. Front Row: Glen Inseleman, Potty Moore, Evelyn Brodie, Dorothy Trigg, Beth Nye, Judy Carpenter, Peg Burling, Clifford Cahill. Second Row: Gary Jones, Joe Geil, Darrell Dooney, Bob Manley, Bill James, Frank Gambetty, Wayne Dooney, Bill David. Third Row: Richard Adams, Bob Banke, Eddie Peterman, Eldon Pearce, James Malone, Bill Keeney, Tom Varley, Ron Rector. Back Row: David Nixon, Hiram Phillips, Larry Butenschoen, Norman Widerman, Ron Janzen, Larry Smith, Jim Maynard. Front Row: Johnnie McCustian, Joyce Morse, Glenda Papple, Sally Graves, Pa? Tenbusch, Phyllis Krause, Marilyn Hinton, Marge Penfold. Second Row: Irene Hadley, Judy Carlson, Lucille Weed, Betty McColl, Lincla Carter, Bonnie Bickforcl, Doris Rainey, Ronda Palmer, Rulh Sele. Third Row: Linda Marlon, Roberta Terwilliger, Evelyn Crockelf, Glyndale Pipkin, Lillie Perrin, Charlolle Evans. Back Row: Violet Phelps, Wayne Hopper, Leslie Layton, Roy Taylor. Front Row: Dorene Montgomery, Carolyn Lind, Rosalie Henry, Joyce Rowe, Charlene Mackey, Nancy Rice, Virginia Majors. Second Row: Raefla Travnicek, Nadine Burnside, Charlolte Boer, Wayne Thorpe, Lola Coonrod, Dorothy Boeckel, Kalhy Thomas, Carman Cobol, Back Row: Henry Schaub, Gary Hill, Don Naue, Rodney Wefherell. Front Row: Jean Heeter, Verla Rector, Betty Wiley, Loretta Cooper, Judy King, Betty Mackey, Donna Wodtli, Vanda Poe. Second Row: Claudia Palmer, Rita Kikel, Linda Farber, Joy Slavens, Richard Cahill, Jackie Travnicek, Cleora Hash, Evert LeRoy. Third Row: Don Loux, Eddie Robertson, Tommy Kelly, Dick Jenkins, David Miller, Loren Grant, Frank Richards, Norman Pickens. First Row: Bob Barber, Billie Stevens, Beverly Dysing, Carolyn Selby, Dave Kubesch. Second Row: Karen Hoppell, Karen Morehead, Fredda Rowley, Morgret Gates, Ed Haney, Claude Jones. Bock Row: Jim Dean, George Davis, Jerome Arnold, Sharon Roberts, Marna Chance, Sandra Austin, Steve Olmsted, Jerry Weathers. First Row: Esther Anderson, Judy Davidson, Betty Harcrow, Lynn Jabusch, Bonnie Holder, Jan Tabler, Mary Lou Abers. Second Row: Don Koker, David Wallingford, Jerry Ashlock, Carlene Coonrod, Judy Dorsing, Gary Moe, Glen Sawyer. Third Row: Jim McCollum, Jim Larson, Eldon Pearce, Billie Richards, Ted Dowell, Bill Sfupin. Back Row: Gene Ensley. David Holley Peier Marsha Susan Horner Catherine Marsha QQ!! QSCAOOZ Glass Jia ophomore Class History The class had a very successful year under the direction of the Sophomore Class Advisors: Mrs. l-larrang, Mrs. Benson, Miss Kronsteiner, Mr. Werkheiser, Mr. Padclon, Mr. Sutton, Mr. Schmidt, Mr. Wahlstrom, and Mr. Peterson. The class elected the following to be their officers for the year: President, Betty Mackey, Vice President, Jan Tabler, Secre- tary, Charlene Mackey, Treasurer, Eredda Rowley, Program Chairman, Jean Heeter, Sgts, at Arms, Bill Stupin and Gary Jones. We started the year off with a Frosh- Soph. Day in place of initiation. At the encl of the day we had a party for which the freshmen were hosts. Our class made money by sponsoring dances, selling concessions, and 'food sales, all of which were successful. ' Evelyn Brodie and Bob Banke were the Sophomore Class candidates for the "TIM- BER ECHO" King and Queen. Jean Heeter and Betty Mackey were candidates for Ideal Girl. Bobbie Terwilliger was chosen as mascot of the SHUI-IS Wrestling team, and Joyce Morse was our Girls' League Representa- tive. Glyndale Pipkin and Sally Graves rep- resented us in Colleen Capers. W me, him. - C313 Say cheese. Cil Gee, I guess so. - C23 Something new, Sally - C3l Good morning, Betty. C47 Hidden beauty. - C55 All l want for Christmas is my two front teeth. - C61 Stick 'em up. - C73 lt can't be. - C85 Blowing bubbles must be fun. - C91 Not you'again. - CIOJ Where there's beauty, there's charm. - Clll Just having fun. C121 How's this? - Cl3l Who are you mad at, Pat? - Cl4l Just resting. - C151 Not another one of them kind. - C169 I'm iust thinking. - Cl7J Oh, what a party. Cl8l How sour can you get? - Cl9l Not conceited or anything. - C201 Go ahead, you'll make it. - C2lJ Now try this one. - C229 My, but ain't she shy? - C23l Going somewhere, Sandra? - C242 Oh, lf l could only get ci hold of you. - C251 lsn't love grand? - C26j Oh what l wouldn't give. - C27l Go soak your head. C285 Do you really want to see? - C297 .lust cruising in the breeze. - C30l Not 'PHE Front Row: Arlene Ratt, Carolyn Ross, Marilyn Barns, Jeneane Horn, JoAnne Spratt, Willa Papple, Dorothy Harbaugh. Second Row: Carolyn Hutton, Sharon Poppe, Leota Olson, Carolyn Harrang, Sharon Hohstadt, Candy Whitlotch, Sharon Goodwin. Third Row: David Atkinson, Sharon Miller, Pat Banks, Cora Whipple, Donna Culbertson, Virgil Peters. Back Row: John McCollum, Larry Brunkow, Marvin Trask, Steve Gilbert, Steve Mealy. Front Row: Darlene Campbell, Doug Dorsing, Jim Conner, Kenny Eberhard, Janice Lyon, Sharon Hurd, Selene Donahe. Second Row: Vera Corson, Ernestine Harvey, Ginger Thien, Verla Port, Loretta Spencer, Sherman Weld, Lowell Erickson, Celeste Stoddard. Back Row: Judy Thornbrough, Virginia Patterson, Allen Schneider, Larry Scott, Lelon Lawrence, Frank Alexander, Kenneth Curtis, Dick Munts. l ,M M y A si W' 2' Front Row: Beverly Cahill, Joyce Bair, Pat Bistwick, Vivian Hanna, Myra Miles, Trudy Adams, David Payne. Second Raw. Mickey Baxter, Sylvia Tucker, Helen Casmey, Merideth Payne, Lonita Butenschoen, Jerry Brown, Joe Morgan. Third Row: Dan Duvall, Jerry Mumey, Roger Sawyer, Kenneth Partridge, Tam Henthorne, Ronnie Currey. Back Row: Pat Derby, William Bagley, Ervile Morris, Steve Cardwell. Front Row: Marge Cox, Charlene Gaskey, Johnny Dale Harris, Jerry Lynn, Maureen Sullivan, Martha Warren, Linda Hill, Sandra O'Day. Second Raw: Bessie Hall, Maxine Kaufman, Jean Saubert, Elsie Nixon, Judith Roth, Ruth Sutton, .loan Kikel, Larry Nonemaker. Third Row: Kathleen Rice, Carol Williams, Faylene Davenport, Joyce Bottler, Faye Garrett, Kenneth Robertson, Dean Wimer, Sharon Richards. Back Row: Maurine Rapin, Sharon Eurich, Bonnie Neal, Beth Ann Luehring, Dan Bishop, Bruce Shearer, Patricia Pridemore, Richard Thompson. 4, - fw.,:gM we-Qsgwrff Front Row: Burt Reves, Dennis McQueory, Vivian Williams, Joan Van Epps, Janice Walberg, Teddy Topp, Dick Anderson. Second Row: Maxine Miller, Diane Yunker, Lois Roth, Nadine Haynes, Zoo Anderson, Lois Robertson, Charles Wilkinson, Woyne Spears, Gary Platt. Back Row: Shelby Walker, Ray Cooper, Vernon Toliver, Larry Williams, Gerald Morris, Bert Collins, John Collins, Larry Schumacher, Jerry Mumey. Front Row: lla Withrow, Janice Valentine, Jeanne Bridge Karen Nicholous, Myrna Soli, Barbara Hewitt, Roberta Koppel. Second Row: Arthur Dixon, Roger Clark, Virgil Phillips, Wayne Douglas, David Carroll, Roscoe Siemiller, Curtis Pappan, Hudson Edwards. Back Row: Lee DeWalt, Jim Brody, Ronald Bickford, Leon Jones, Jim Vinson, Richard Greer, Gerald Burling. N' ""Wm'W"""f""Wml"" 'wwf "V" W 'W"l"WW"""'-"f"'t"'m "W'm"l"t"'m1" ' Ul" A l"i' ' ' 'K' Freshman Class History Under The direction of The Freshman Class Advisors: Mr. Johnson, Mr. Bailey, Mrs. Carroll, Miss Boise, Mr. Anderson, Mr. Stothers, Mr. Bozich, Mrs. Guey, The class had a very successful year. The class chose as Their officers for The year: Lee Land, President, Steve Cardwell, Vice President, Monica SetTy, Secretary, Winnie Winkler, Treasurer, Gary Platt and Tom Hinthorne, Sgts. aT Arms. The Freshman Class participated in many activities, gave a party for The Sophomores, sponsored Two dances, held several candy sales, had a bottle drive, and sold cup Freshman candidates for "TIMBER ECHO" King and Queen. Carol Ann Cline and Faylene Davenport were nominated by The Girls' League and Letterwomen Club for The Ideal Girl Con- Test. The Freshman Chorus, under The direction of Mrs. Gates, did a wonderful job aT The contest in Woodburn. Mickey Baxter, solo- ist, also received a rating aT The cornTesT. The Freshman Singers were quite active during The year. The Freshman boys participated in The following sports: basketball, baseball, Track and football. See ya' next year kids! cakes on Valentines Day. Monica Setty and Gary Platt were The , Q U1 IS that you, Harrang? - 121 Hil Joan. - 131 Are you characters busy or something? - 141 All right, Jerry and Bobby, what are you up To? - 151 Hi! Miss Weed! - 161 Donna, you must have been ci beaufi- ful baby! 171 Are you going to stud , Carol n'? - 8 Gar is thai - Y Y - 1 1 , ' you? - 191 Just some of the girls. - 1101 Say, do you bite, Cla! Ann? 1ll1 Just some ofthe boys. - 1121 You name it. - 1131 Wow! - 1l41 Guess who? - 1151 Can'T you whistle? - 1161 Oh, this must be one oi Those slumber parties! - 1171 Giggle box Mickey! - 1l81 Don't lei' The stars get in your eyes. - 1191 Thinking of someone, Winnie? - 1201 Just another one won'T hurt. - 1211 Aren't you hungry, Trudy? - 1221 Birds of a feather all flock together. ggi? , f 5 ,Y Qiwrjrwjif 2 3 Wffdfwffif' . aur0N"e"ISwiH ,AGN g:gff,3i11hff5'1ffQtf5- rf,A1119fAf1i5rg:4kf M ,f 51 I f ' ' M W fZ,?f',0f'fWQ W fffwf W wpffffff W W M ww W B55 WND RJ CQ '5 Q WWMW Wi? 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'fQk.ned In I5 Cl In to Q G Ub I Q fi Sp nd 'S Sld 0050 how fo I fri r Q T e0 Ps, G O de rn nd Sofo C velope te h po Ont , C . nsor est' plcfurglque Pho? 90 O S. Of O n IS sev PIQYS efcl Se Stcrefo AJqenfr5gTre VISOI. oUnG5ure - -Cil Rgp - - -. - ' Shg ' Barron ' bar Hod ' - C' D-s'Od Mr Isho T . Drew W 78 Key Club OFFICERS President ------ Everett Taylor Vice President - - - Wayne Roberts Secretary-Treasurer - - Rod Andrews PURPOSE . . . To develop initiative and leadership. To provide experience in living and work- ing together. To serve the school and community. To prepare tor useful citizenship. ACTIVITIES . . . I. Money making activities such as sell- ing hot dogs at games, selling Christ- mas trees, etc. 2. The Key Club also performs numerous services to the school and community such as helping with the blood-mobile and building the hot dog stands. EVERETT TAYLOR President Front Row Don Swanson Truman Weld Dave Nixon Bob Dowell Hervel Hensley Rod Andrews Dan Dudley Second Row Bob Banke Raymond Wood Darrell Metzker Ken Selby .lim Price Everett Taylor Mr Stothers Third Row Mike Edgley Don Loux Eddie Smith Doug Sleber Eddie Winkler Gary Hill Back Row Billie Richards Pat Thometz Wayne Roberts Gary Strubhar Richard Keenon Jerry Barton esident Ce S Pr . ' Tfezefgijdent Higfosrlffer ' lgn ' OFFICERS LQUV cu ISGTIWY TIEelS0n JUQMTG omc onice Cglles mer Nad, 1 ne Pitchford LAU RA N PreSidEl.SON ni owen, NN0tKXsln 'no XN N69 Mort X.0rfxXXe ooo , XLeX , Lo 'Vvfxto Bo-Psnne Youwn Row Nws. Coontoo, Xeon Y'voX , Boer. Row Nxovgovex Ooxes, ye, mer, ?Xx1.obeK'n NXCC0nKnKon, Y Be vnq 'Vnovnos,x.ouv ekon, onxce Comm. oswlkdf-, Coneen Coonroo, GXovKo Unoewl 6Xenoo ?oooXe, Oonene Koss. vxooxne Ykxrlnkoro. Nxxlme Y-okxn, Lenovo Y'xn Pxdene Yaeocfnek Xqne Ykxrlnkoxd, XlxXYxe Yevnn, Hixe Nnokl, Ykpwlxn, 0eXone Scarborough, Ben o 'nn. Yvonk Row xundno en, 'Lo Second Rlovl-. Nlevnxko PsXXen, Yok B Ysotne, ?'nqXYxe. xJfnXev, Sc-:Xena Oondne, Row Sinovon YXo'ns'sooK, Nfxnnxe Sdnvlob, Onosidxn, Nooxne NN'xXc,fo'xK, Dons Yxdxneq, Benson, Yxubq 1oqXov, Coxokgn Ross, No eq Yzdnxn Weed, Hixe Bvosxneov. oXo Xnenkxnovne, Xl'xoXe'1 ?'neX9s, GNn6oXe ooYxne xoucv-5, Vino 'CN-eX, Nxovgorek Nlouq 6. tage Crew PURPOSE . . . To provide crews necessary to manage the stage for plays, concerts, and other school programs. DAVE HOU-EY OBJECTIVES . . . Pmlden' To give interested students an oppor- tunity to learn stage management and provide worthwhile activities for students interested in play production. Front Row: Billy Seibert, Shelby Walker, Jim Conner, Ron Currey, Rodger Clark, Sherman Weld, Herbert Hopper, Richard Keenan. Second Row: Norma Wood, Charlene Gaskey, Carol Cline, Pat Bostwich, Linda Carroll, Billie Lee Hedeen, Barbara Richards, Darlene Heeter, Sharon Poppe, Mr. Stotlvers. V Third Row: Carolin Hutton, Margaret Hyde, Jean Saubert, DeVonna Osborn, Judy King, Betty Mackey, Sharon Roberts, Betty Brandt, Janice Comer, Carolyn Harrang. Fourth Row: Delila Morris, Linda Morton, Carolee Hirschi, Ben Severson, Sylvia Tucker, Jackie Engle, Sheryl Santesson, Barbara Wood, Bethel Simons, Charles Wilkinson, Shirley Carson. Back Row: Joe Clark, Ronnie Bickford, Frank Alexander, Larry Brunkow, Pat Derby, Richard Currey, David Holley, Virgil Phillips, Arthur Dixon, Allen Schneider, Gary Hill. OFFICERS President ------- Dave Holley Vice President ---- Richard Currey Secretary - - - Barbara Richards Sgt. at Arms - - - Larry Morris Sl Advisor - - - Mr. Payne Alpha tahorca President - - Vice President Secretary - - Treasurer - Sgt. at Arms Front Raw: Jack Payne Andy Paul Jerry Lynn Lee Karns Bert Collins Mr Marshall Back Row: Glen Jones John Campbell Richard Collins Dole Mumey Eorl Saulman Don Bishop Billy Harris, Nick Mosqueda President - - Vice President Secretary - - Treasurer - - Sgts. at Arms - FRANCINE BOTTLER President ki Club Our purpose is to teach the skills of ice sports to those interested in developing a better knowledge of them. We are presenting a new field of extra curricular activities to every student who wishes to ioin. The ski club this year participated in the Salem .l.C. Ski School which was held at Hoodoo Ski Bowl from Janu- ary 2O to February iO. Several members ot this club took part in this activity. The members also sponsored a rally dance and sold refreshments at basketball games to earn money for ski trips. A trip during spring vacation was planned. Front Row: Carman Cobat, DeVonna Osborn, Patty Moore, Linda Carroll, Francine Bottler, Dorene Earland- son, Lynn Jabusch, Jean Saubert, Betty McCall. Second Row: Miss Kronsteiner, Diane Langmack, Ronda Palmer, Gary Jones, Sheryl Santesson, Barbara Richards, Joyce Bottler, Barbara Wood. Third Row: Richard Adams, Bob Banke, Richard Rounds, Jack Garrison, Ted Holder, Glen Godell, Steve Cardwell, Glen Sawyer. Back Row: Dennis Duncan, Jim McCollum, Larry Williams, Henry Schaub, Ray Wood, Ron Weaver, Richard Surrey, Richard Renaud. ' OFFICERS - - - - Francine Bottler - - - - Bill Keller - - Betty McCall - - - - Carmon Cobat 83 - Ron and Delmar Weaver utdoor club Q , ,Q A -'JW ' mt. vegan ee P Ar- X 4- '15 Q51 y Y, Q nz Q , .,,V , , , am- vs ' , ,Vyk " - '- ag-gm , Q N ' ,W Q, 4, RAY CR Pre,,2-HER OF - TIGERS - ' R GY Crocker - EU Qe ne Grego , VY - Gerald G regOr Y Yronk Row!-. ennern Y-oberison, Ylrdnoro Co'nnX, Krcjn Yerers, 0ouQos Oorirng, 'Len ?3oer'noro, 'Yom Gronk, Oenrfrs Nxurnei, XN'nXor6 Skeenxnoor, 'Roi Crocker. Second Row: Sun Tucker, CneroXo Gregorq, vKrX'roro Yirsxnop, Roger Sdnnson, Enw xnorrks, Srewe 1-!reoXeq, Yom YYrnrnorne, V-oq Dodge, Ninos Yerers. 'vnrro Row-. Yirclnoro Leenon, wr. Boircbn, PNrreo Osborn, Sron xnorn, vYrc,V- Nrosqoeoo, Torn NlorXe4, Ylrdnord Rounds., CXe4e , S'neorer, Don 6rs'no9. Bock Ysovh Ver Nrc,C,oXXurn, QYQAYXQ Cook, Don Rowe, Bud g ?eorc.e, GM Sworn, NQN-e Yxornsesg, Eogene Gregori, C,orX Xlon Horns, 0eX'oer'r Cosv4eXX. 4 'h:f'S'i 3 i, Pfe . V' S'de Size Prlifci - Tre refgr I ent OSL-'Fez - - 84 Sgr . Cf Arms - POT - Romsem Y Librar Club PURPOSE . . . The obiect of this club is to turther the school interest in reading and to aid in the attractiveness of the school library. AVA'-YNE PITCHFORD Membership is limited to 35. Pfesldeni ACTIVITIES . . . On the second Monday of each month we held a social hour in the library from 7100 to 9:30 p.m. We drew names for secret pals at the second meet- OFFICERS ing and at the end of the school year held a revealing President ----- Avalyne Pitchtord Polly lor our lqsl meeling' Vice President - - - Hudson Edwards Sosqnn lgeubsrrgary 8 we sold refreshments at the South S t -T - - C I J ' Sfucgilgrgosigflugzrp. - - Aliso Vigigegl At Christmas we decorated the library for the holi- Historian - Claudia Palmer days' Front Row: Sharon Lathrop, Patsy Wallace, Sandy Weld, Cherry Anne Phelps, Katny Sullivan, Marge Pen- fold, Marilyn Hinton, Mickey Baxter. Second Row: Martha Taylor, Anita Wright, Esther Anderson, Karen Morehead, Inez Galster, Caroline Brew- er, Arlene Rapp, Leota Olsen. Third Row: Charlotte Barker, Carolyn Lind, Claudia Palmer, Myrna Soli, Barbara Hewitt, Dorene Mont- gomery, Miss Frasier. Back Row: Marna Chance, Lois Roth, Avalyne Pitchforcl, Gayle Slater, Carol Jennett, Zelma Williams, Vernon Toliver. MARTIN LAYLOR President cience Club OFFICERS President ------- Martin Laylor Vice President - - Clyde Thompson PURPOSE s The Science Club offers its members a chance to express cmd enlarge their activi- ties and scientific ideas further than they can do in the classroom. Membership is open to anyone who wishes to get better acquainted with the field of science and photography. Front Row: John Mackey, Andy Paul, Keneth Hathaway, Harry Eods, Lyle Krause, Bob Forster. Second Row: Mr. Paddon, Dick Groves, Bruce Williams, Martin Loylor, Jim McElroy, Donald Cramlet. Back Row: Mr. Morris, Dwight Edwards, Wayne Roberts, Clyde Thompson, Richard Munts, Guy Miller, LeRoy Wierns. l l t Front Row: Mr. Payne, Patti Hughs, DeVonna Osborn, Linda Carroll, Darlene Heeter Gaskey, Diane Epling, Brenda Brown, Winnie Winkler, Carol Ann Cline. Second Row: Diane Langmack, Jackie Engle, Mary Ulberg, Arlene Anderson, Delila Morris, Madelyn Mausen, Carolyn Horrang, Inez Galster, Billie Lee Hedeen. Third Row: Trudy Adams, Joyce Brown, Charlene Gaskey, Harriet Taylor, Pat Johnson, Gloria Miller, Faye Garrett, Jeneane Horn, Bethel Simons. Back Row: Peggy White, Eddy Phillips, Stanley Blanchard, Ron Currey, Lester Hashberger, David Atkinson, Dick Currey, David Holley, Barbara Wood, Susan Horner. OFFICERS President ------- Susan Horner Vice President - - - Dave Holley Secretary-Treasurer - - Winnie Winkler Sgt. at Arms - - - - Richard Currey Student Council Rep. - - Dave Atkinson SUSAN HORNER President Drama Club PURPOSE The purpose of our club is to promote interest in the dramatic activities of this school. Our goal is to learn more about the interpretation and production of plays, the management of the stage, and the art of applying make-up properly. We encourage the expression of one's self through dra- matics. ACTIVITIES . . . 1. We sponsored the all-school play. 2. Skits at school assemblies. 3. Started a Chapter of National Thes- pions. 4. Money-making proiects. Letterman Club qotl 0 I xk awe Xpaotil' voip? GQISII 109' I 50 IN- gow 909 Ygxexsf 'gov mon- 06. ,NL vig 05le,iCr'v1eOi1Af6ql5l Don L00 eivlftdliivftcei- ox VO vs NN Ng. O5 Pt dgvatl' Skesl- Y Q1 eu we no we me .c.2,C.o gQ,.,.f ,. Ye O . I kN me Q 52'-oncLx0' .?Cg0nctIoY'I5',xXL. 6654. P'06tg5tcVIo St ' gow x o gefm I KN' 'Sf' s A Yxovl- Wovvxevnes dye. Wt' ww" tNQN0xw 59 Ysoqll' t V- me ' 9,00 Go PURPOSE The Lettermen Club is a service club for which the members must win an athletic award to be an active participant. The club helps promote athletics and school spirit. They enforce the laws of the school set both by the administration and the Student Council. ACTIVITIES . . . Bottle Drive - Hamburger Feed Sponsor of the Sweet Home All Stars vs. HarIem Road Kings basketball game. Trip to the beach in the spring, Scrap Drive. 88 President - - Vice President Secretary - Treasurer - - Sgt. at Arms Advisor - - ROYCE MCDANIEL President OFFICERS Royce McDaniel Jack Hoffman Don Swanson Mike Edgley Wally Sparks Mr. Hennessy ER TOUV Rorresident live' OFFICERS ' ROmk?eTgSlT:I: - ' JCC Sm. f ' - - '- Pcigfngf- Clow , ' ' I' Pf3dI?rre5id?nt- ' Sh' V' Tqfy .. Secreurer - Treqs Arms - r ' SQf'GT Manage' plgyfsponoge SPOV Jackie Lynn I So nfesson - Shefy - sue Cox - Mrs' AdviS0"5 - - Mrs Carroll Klke r Front Row: Shirley Sr. Claire, Jackie Lynn, Jan Mullhollond Jackie Engle, Barbara Richards, Ella Lou Cahill Darlene Heefer. Second Row: Yvonne Goodwin, Rurh Honno, Sue Cox, Loreffa Smith, Sheryl Sanfesson, Jean lfroeniein, Lou Vee Davenporg Mrs, kikeh Third Row: Jackie Fishery Joyce Valenrine, Donna Mclfinnejg Norma Husken Alice Hulbert Roma Toiiver, Nadine Pifchforaj Eva leach. Baclr Row: Annelle Dave-n,oorL Juanita Allen, Berry Holley. 39 ic. ufsl' fsL ONTINUEDJO Yvonx xx, Oo - Benq Yimq. , Cor n Ewewn Grade, Ocxoxnq Tngg, Bonnnq vhcCos'non, 'bang Comer, Son 'XdoXew, Oonene Heekev Goskeq. 'nKon, 'ilosc-Xee Skone, Benq Yixce. Nxofxovke VMONA. KOY. Brand-K, koqce Rowe, Qaonnxe YNoXder, Wxps. Xps, X.o'nonNo 'Vnovn'owoog'n, 'me Ywexexke. onene Bone, sbor , ndo X n Vu X0 Rec. Yaexxq YN ?'ne Ho 'ns, O Rovh vxovmo Wood, Dex! onno O :Xena Snoov-, GoXcXxe Groves, X3 nhoefeq, CovoX Hovbovqb. NWN Xl N64 Heeker, Vox Nxoove, Xie: Xene Coonfod, CovoXene BNJYVNS. ne X'XoVsor6, CX1ovNoKXe Evans, Sue Nxocvexg, GXen6o ?oppXe, XlKoXeK ' ns, Sxnoron Roberts, Geom YNOSYN, ngxn, OQXRXQ Nxouks, Buonno XNGWNN wens, 'Leven YNo99eXX. o w e e X Sxmo xbovo xl SAO Co Kew. N64 odson ovcvovl, 3 CnoX n Bevne e Sao YNK, Bo Second Vox Men, Xnwd Row-. N64 C Skfxdeq Skefm, 926111 V' 1 Y-doevxo 'Ke,wIKXYxQ,ew, s, Nxodexin 909520. s Xlxndo 5o'sXei, 0600 xnorne, CoroXee YWSC Yoxmxn lov' 'Laing Ynomno Row Sow Cnove, , o Menon, X.eoXs Hen Bod- Xfxnd PU, OUpO5e. - ' T 65V Gffav- O QQ- n' gi 'Tie In :gmt inrgscgvers iT1l1roLng0lIe inte S one OWGH' Conf SS 'HSP Yeo poffs OI e i 'S SST. ' Offs r w ' so Onn honoboskefbcrow - Clofheerer In-. SW. all I' of OH nln 5. F 'hor f'UGry'!gmLn5CQOOI qugorgefgok Ofmcl day Of- n Urf Gy - een ' I-ef UCe iC1f' fo exflcers of in Offer :er-menQf The 'On Potihqnggent of Gvvsnfon-LhQnOr he gomspons of Uck U id cz Y Un Of e, Or G' A, d'nn eos WY fol' GT Ofh e' PIG the Thefjd Cl OI ers 'Th -G Cgmer Sch YdGyqUeen Was QISO SQ S FOU glfls 0 pore OQIS here .. Sponzgnsor-igOU!. H:eOfhere fo LO In r f s n - ed the Pe intggegr-Choogsngbow Ca nffamu murals mp TQIS . 90 JOYCE HAWLEY President OFFICERS President ------ Joyce Hawley Vice President - - - Lawrence Thomas Secretary-Treasurer - - - Roma Toliver Advisor ---- - Mr. Wahlstrom Bible Club The purpose ot our club is to create bet- ter ideals on the campus. Membership is open to any student in the high school who wishes to ioin. We aim to provide Christian Fellowship activities, and a strong Christian organization in the school. The social schedule for the past year in- cluded a Christmas party in December and a Valentine party in February. We spon- sored a party after the Junior-Senior ban- quet for those who did not choose to go to the prom. Front Row: Wilma Williams, Vivian Williams, Winnie Winkler, Rosalee Stone, Sally Graves, Jean Kroen- lein, Carolyn Selby, Marilyn Karns, Sharon Hurd. Second Row: Mr. Walhstrom, Goldie Graves, Lola Coonrod, Laura Nelson, Carolene Burks, Eva Leach, Judy Carlson, Marie Dooney, Maxine Kaufman, Arlene Boeckel. Third Row: Joyce Perry, Phyllis Stewart, Joyce Hawley, Anita Wright, Virginia Russell, Rama Toliver, Edna Carroll, Glyndale Pipkin, Judith Roth, Carol Williams, Tillie Bliege. Back Row: Sue Cox, Ken Selby, Hervel Hensley, Dale Mumey, Jerry Barton, George Davis, Laurence Thomas, Pauline Laux, Celeste Stoddard, Eleanor Anderson. A Tri-M y LYNN GARRETT President OFFICERS President ------- Lynn Garret Vice President - - Bob Sullival Secretary - - - - Darlene Snool Treasurer - - - - Glenda Papple. Historian - ------ Eva Leac Advisors - - Mrs. Gates, Mr. Hibbar Br any . sew' 6 tw owns ' L . 0 . We To wma S90 Gales' Xefte :Bl A QOT wgfg l bog ' hos. ew, X400 10" 10" . W' ' ,go sts. Nltoile Q-156 00 Nwwxoms. XNAQKQM xx George . G U0 X18 ' XNNYN I pp GO o99xe" ggetlnoxds 'm vlan xwflo V 91956 -xi Swv N. G woe,65on6Qs1't5' Womsi go ' go yi trod ndlo foleiin Bob so 50 gow QKPID les, .estonia-Xstaolihft' Go ,N z sock Ro The purpose of this club is to foster a greater and continued interest in solo, en semble, band, orchestral, and choral performances, to encourage better and mor discriminating habits in listening to and in the performance of musical literature, t provide wider and more frequent opportunities for personal musical expression, t increase and advance the spirit of good music and musical knowledge, and to furthe the reputation of our school as a music center. ACTIVITIES . . . I. Become a fully organized club recognized by the national council. 2. Engage in a study of music fundamentals. 3. All publicity, ticket sales, and ushering for the annual school operetta give March 28 and 29. 4. A food sale in the spring for money-raising purposes. 5. To go as a club to attend at least one out-ofstown musical performance. 92 JACKIE FISHER President Front Row: Barbara Richards, Shirley Stl Clair, Darlene Snook, Francine Bottler, Dorene Erlandson, Sandra Robertson, Betty Brandt, Charlotte Rapp. Second Row: Sue Gilbert, Peggy Stokes, Evo Leach, Norma Huskey, Donna McKinney, Shirley Stein, Annelle Dav- enport, Joyce Perry, Mrs. Thomas. Third Row: Joyce Hawley, Eloise Reynolds, Nancy Davis, Loretta Smith, Jackie Fisher, Roma Toliver, Sue Cox, Nadine Pitchtord, Karen Davis, Carolee Hirschi. Back Row: Linda Satley, Virginia Russell, Juanita Wat- kins, Leola Henthorne, Bruce Williams, Bob Pip- kin, Jim McElroy, Martin Taylor, Wayne Rob- erts, Barbara Dishaw, Betty Holley, Elaine Everette. The object of the BETA CHAPTER is to create enthusiasm for scholarship, to stimu- late a desire to render service, to promote worthy leadership, and to encourage the de- kqfliy U7 velopment of character in pupils of SHUHS. Uma, Membership in the Chapter is based on 93 Mi'l'e47'f4Q,9 scholarship, leadership, and service. Only L-Q"ee,,ore' co, iuniors and seniors are eligible. es Honor c ociet OFFICERS President ----- Jackie Fisher Vice President - Annelle Davenport Secretary ----- Nancy Davis Treasurer ----- Joyce Perry Historian ----- Roma Toliver Student Council Rep. - - Dorene Erlandson Advisor - - - Mrs. Thomas R if le Club OFFICERS President ----- Jerry Howery Vice President - - Donna McKinney Sec.-Treas. ---- Eloise Reynolds Sgt. at Arms - - I - Eldon Pearce Student Council Rep. Sharon Goodwin Advisors - - Miss Boise, Mr. Bozich Front Row: Jerry Howery, Bob Barber, Steve Knapp, Andy Paul, Jerry Lynn, Roger Clark. Second Row: Russel Sims, Mr. Bozich, Wayne Douglas, John Mackey, Roscoe Siemiller, Eldon Pearce, Art Dixon, Randy Soli. Third Row: Larry Schumacher, Henry Honeywell, Stanley Blanchard, Gary Streclwick, William Johnson, David Carroll, George Davis, Larry Hendrickson. - Back Row: Larry Williams, Vernon Toliver, Gerald Morris, Rodney Wetherell, Larry Butenschoen, Dick Kennedy, Jim Tucker. Front Row: Janice Lyon, Monica Sefty, Cherry Anne Phelps, Judy King, Dorothy Harbough, Candy Witlatch, Willa Papple, Dorothy Trigg. Second Row: Vivian Hanna, Lois Robertson, Barbara Hewitt, Sharon Goodwin, Donna McKinney, Jeanne Bridge, Evelyn Brodie, LaMona Stein. Back Row: Evelyn Crocker, Myrna Soli, Eloise Reynolds, Linda Morton, Cleora Hash, Delores McKinney, Miss Boise. JERRY HOWERY President P ep Club ir' Yvonx 9-own Ykixe P-moN6, xo on bNrQN,41ome Goobwfm, Xlxvbo Soiond, Yaexw XAoXNef4, So-P-one Cioosxdm, xooxo vx-e,Xson , 06 Yxosm Nxoigocek Ykibe, 9-osciee, Swva, ?NeNn 5tocXxe, Ooiokkxq X Q, xlomo XNQOA, Benq P-sYxXod1-, :Mane 'beefy-A, 5k4wXeq vxoocq Ylxce, Soslce rhotfxs, YNKA, Qdme Ytxletexke, Sue Co-l-, XAON,-1 Oosfxs, Xokke Blom, vXocYme NN'xKc,roXK, YQKXX Seo' odeve vhoawq. 'oXeK YYNQXQS, Shofon Y-60665, Swxdo Comer, Son ido- 0 CouoXX, Sono 'Kfxg , rheoeox, 'Vifxid Yxosrl-. NNY-5. X9NeNem Yxxovov, Com Xeq, 'bomixe YXoN6ef, Co Yoovkx 'Low-. Kawai Psobefsoohlx Oomo xJXc3Cxmeq, Ybewq rhofbieq, Xax, Oofeve xxlxomgoxvew, who rhouo . Q4-, Lokw Ykxoqoos, Bows Bowes, Edna P-XNeo, Boon Yxkdge, Oodeoe. Yxoos. Pre Vicside See Pf"'- OF T Cfer esid ' , FIC recsuigy -enf , - ERS 90410 V , ' ' - Boodxxo ' ' N .Yvonngncy D Z Betfsoodovis Elsig Homvin AI-noigl mc We Ieokin or deg Si e O 'S gms Se Pro on Vvi mo cl Ce Te SCE! Wigb' vv OI SPSSQ oeufell Tick Of U . Qommfor efs es ms UT O ond jQsedgySfh,en mb Of C lie Q ev S on-I ent . es 5, . W adv e en.. also 'Se cxssigcxm Sf T es he by Yell 95 NA Nc Y Presidggvl S f Kanvas Kids CHARLENE LUTTRULL SPARROW President 9 . Oixe ioxlq ,Qxf-Z ,N-. -Q90 1 of ox 10 owe -:bo A 6-,X YN Q10 Yolo '. xx Q Co v-O" QP' ' sod 5009 OFFICERS President ----- Charlene Sparrow VICS President ---- .Ian Mulholland Sec.TTreas. ----- Carol Schneider Advisors - - Miss Frazier, Mr. Marshall 96 vi' ii- 50 94 6 mi Bio'2XXe,xs1 O96 X961 66 yaiYox6AXIvO1lxei I x:l'iQQ,v6- Qixoo Flbfixg' 'G X . a' N Sofyiqxgglid-ySuZeogxeX6 o"l ' 509 ox Q06 qw, wrt Cd 5,0 Z 30 550. 0405 we cfm 've G X. XX 50 qieootxe on ,ao X xo bow? 465: etc Xaxe . 5 5 00 snow YXOKYX I 0650 PXXC-3 Om Yloesef ' 6' eff' 'o 0 GK wx PURPOSE: To further an interest in acro- batics for the girls. ACTIVITIES: Since this is just a new idea this YGUVI We IIOVG Only had weekly prac- tices and a candy sale. ' S Bod, '55 BO, reffog . Ofrno "9, ,gr 'li F.T. . no L SSC nf ROW 1 Ord ,Q i DfXi Th, Arnoyow: JU2BUr9Sr l 'fd Cf V D f JCM' ROW, of-S117 'Ce W I M' ' lo 9 Al 0,5 ' ' P Se. 'tw H end OW' Theodor h' Marie pro Uskey, Dezrgrownl V 'Q . 6 I e DOWefL EV zfer, Jovqnne S Mak,-niggto ,Men ereiy Le Cf-, ' Ifyo ' O17 Roy Qsfnir, 'ifle '70 A4 . ' ' She,-I GOQU' . Cklnn y W S 30nfesso,, J ln' 'Corby Th , of-,Cie F. 077705- Igher ' Els,-S O FFICERS ' SU-'UN Horne-C President ----- Yvonne Goodwin - Sheryl Santesson Vice President - Secretary - - - Susan Horner Treasurer - - Jackie Fisher Librarian - - - Elsie Arnold - - Loretta Smith Historian - - Sgt. at Arms - - Everette LeRoy The purpose of this organization is to give the students a better understanding ot the time and work necessary in becoming a teacher and in the teaching field. To at- tract better students in teaching. ACTIVITIES . . . I. Coffee hours. 2. Decorating display window of library. 3. Send delegates to the state conven- tion. 4. Selling concessions. 5. Have night meetings and potluck din- ners. 6. Observation in elementary school Looms 97 YVONNE GOODWIN President Timber Echo taffi ' ht Sfmt LOVBHO r . QC ' . OXXQUSI- .9 BUY ,YSCX-ut iw fx DDU tee W Leil lo logs, xlxl Nyaffllle 3u0'l Gxlbe ' goto qtlerxe Elaljxloncgglgd GreQ,otNl, D Tone' ne XQT. Solee S tn. Oolefexx TOY hx' Ro Goodw Q35 Eve R39 ' or-me .KG0 ' seorewre 1020 mtffi I Leif Sxgxft- StondmQPx ne CW-1 30' 'l MARIE ZAMBAS Editor Through these pages, we the annual staff, have tried to bring to you the review of this year's events and we hope we have done a commenable iob that will help you remember this year with pleasant memor- ies. Staff members were: Marie Zambas, Ed- itor, Carolee Hirschi, Assistant Editor, Ger- ald Gregory, Art Editor, Dixie Burger, As- sistant Art Editor, Dick Groves, Administra- tion, Sue Gilbert and Dorene Erlandson, Seniors, Eva Leach and Juanita Watkins, Classes, Carolee Hirschi and Darlene Evans, Organizations, Rosalee Stone, Activities, Margret Gates, Music, Everett Taylor and Darrell Metzker, Boys Sports, Yvonne Good- win, Girls Sports, Annelle Davenport, Copy Editor, and Jo-Anne Chastain, Typist. The annual staff would like to thank Mr. Dishaw, Mr. Drew, Mr. Dalton Johnson, hour photographer, Mr. Van Loh, our printer, Mr. Swegar, our advisor, and the faculty for being so patient and co-operative with us this year. Huskian taf f Editor ------ Annelle Davenport Copy Editor - - - - Jackie Fisher Sports Editor ------ Joe Cramer Asst. Sports Editor - - Stewart Nohrnberg Chief Photo ----- Barbara Dishaw Feature Editor ----- Betty Holley Reporters ---- Billie Hedeen, Joyce Valentine, Barbara Richards Business Manager - - - Marie Robertson Advisor ------ Kenneth Payne Left to Right Jackie Fisher, Stewart Nohrnberg, Joe Cramer, Barbara Richards, Marie Robertson, Betty Holley, Billie Hedeen, Juanita Watkins. ANNELLE DAVENPORT Editor The purpose of the Huskian is to supply the faculty, student body and administra- tion with as accurate, complete and un- abiased account of school activitites as pos- sible. The paper also serves as a medium be- tween the student body and administration. The staff has tried to encourage greater school spirit and to support extra-curricular activities by publicizing them. A vast amount of experience and know- ledge is gained through compiling the Hus- kian. This includes meeting and conversing with people, writing stories, taking pictures, doing actual business with merchants, keep- ing books, and, above all else, getting along with others. The maior activity of the Huskian is to prepare a two-page newspaper each week. The staff also compiled and sold programs at football and basketball games. mn?- M W -Eg, f 223 M M YF ,J M ff' QQ Wi KQQQKMW Ei , , Www if 5525 ,M GJ 779 Seated: Carol Schneider, Joyce Morse, Jackie Fisher, Mrs. Harrang, Advisor, Yvonne Goodwin, Roma Toliver, Joyce Rowe. Standing: Darlene Eans, Faylene Davenport, Joyce Perry, Carolee Hirschi, Sheryl Santesson, Susan Horner. Girls' League Council Sl PWR' BOY CE . Agfa vvetl OFFICERS President ------- Joyce Perry Vice President - - Carolee Hirschi Secretary - - - - Jackie Fisher Treasurer - - Darlene Evans Historian - - - Joyce Rowe Sgt. at Arms - - Susan Horner Chaplain - - - Roma Toliver COUNCIL MEMBERS Hospitality Chairman - - Yvonne Goodwin Freshman Rep. - - - Faylene Davenport Sophomore Rep. ---- Joyce Morse Junior Rep. - - - Carol Schneider Senior Rep. - - - Sheryl Santesson' PURPOSE . . . - The purpose of the league shall be to give service to the school and community and to promote co-operation for the general welfare of the girls through friendship and helpfulness to one another. Seo, Sfq eg: Jer,- GARY JONES President 9 3 Boys League Councll OFFICERS President ------- Gary Jones Vice President - - Andy Paul Secretary - - - - - Bob Sullivan Treasurer - - ---- Bob Taylor Sgts. at Arms - - Jerry Barton and Wes Marchbanks Advisor - - - - - Mr. Peterson Boys' League The Boys' League is a newly formed group. This year was the first year we had more than two meetings. We brought in a new constitution and accomplished other goals. We have three obiectives in the Boys' League, they are: i. To be of service to the school and community. 2. To help build up the boys' physical and moral standards. 3. To sponsor activities. The Boys' League is iust getting started, but in years to come it will be a powerful organization. N ndlng, AnlbBorfon W Few PQ' 6.9 Mor uf, Ken Seztbqn lO2 ks, M Bob 5-ynn GQ,-I. ay, eff, or, Bob 5U,mxQPere,son J I7 ' ol, , Gary -lone: iickford , eo - I7 Swank' ACTIVITIES . . . SEPT. - Hello Week, to welcome freshman girls. "Ollah Party" for freshmen and new stu- dents. OCT. - Smorgasbord for public. NOV. - Thanksgiving Baskets for needy families. A DEC. - Christmas activities. i. Decoration of halls. - 2. Corsages for women members of fac- ulty, office help, and cook. 3. Single flowers for men of faculty, ad- ministration, and custodians. 4. Christmas tree decorations. 5. Favors and decorations for local hos- pital patients and their rooms. 6. Wreaths on each classroom door. 7. Christmas baskets for needy families. itoys, food, clothing, booksl. FEB. - Well-known lecturer, Dr. Millar, speaking on "Your Personality." Big-Little Sister Party. Valentine Party. APRIL - April Fools Dance. Easter baskets for hospital patients. Mother's Tea and Style Show. 'MY' Qlleef' 002061973 I Ron F Q. N 3 25: ,E N s 5-he Peggy Stokes N-. A Weaver K , M.,-, fi , f 1' Q" fn YELL LEADERS ff' RALLY SQUAD J, , 5 jj , ,' f r V 5 V N "-M-.Q ,,.,, .1-af' , ' w X - wx ,fi ' 4 x j ,r ,. Q 1 X f x 'x Burlon Miller ,' X ,ir ,M , 4,44 "'L N Francine Bohler M M y 1 X 104 . in 'llllilwi L. i i - iilillil'lilllllilillillwL il, , - ,MW35Llll llLll:'LLillillLl,lllilil51',1'l2si'il'lilil,i,iil' "'1 iw 'f'1iLl1,,1' Y,M:-1i.L,,',:i" ,',,,g,,i'i.i,'il: ' L "!' W' ,fi ,g milf M wi , ii Wg ,: iNgl,,,ih'! M , , ,N N: 'UQ' , , i!,,,L,,' ".MhLi" M, U Y W W N. M11-"T"niigiiii LL MiilliwiiiiiiifN iiiiniiiiqimi,,iiii,ii,ii,iii ii in Goldie Graves iw, Y. il il , ., ii i 1. iii, ,, , , , ,, , , , ,,,,,,1"i'l'l' 3 f A W wifi 3' jg, I ' ,Q Y lj . f E ,, L ' "ffYLf,ff4. , f , I V , L ','h, ,,,' i ' ,lily f 'N , iff ,V . ,,'.L MX, f ,- we ,Y Y 3, ff' , , , V f ,W RAI-LY SQUAD wig? ALLL of i ig' R 1 it f im " 1' Means ,N ,N I f v,f6-N' i A 'l J 5 a ' . ,fi 1 f ' Jil' 1 ?,ea,lf.ff N" ,L ,Q 'ff R, 4 .1 91 , EM 'ii1,L 5,"3 .,gE5, F,V L , , 3-fm ' V Engl , ,-v,N1?,,L.4 . 4-gg. , f, Ar I ,V h gif fir 'N '51 'Q ' "L' . L ,. , i " ,A is :jf ,- , C., -' .-. 1 f ' , jj, ,rf Y' e 5 , ' ' ' A "v, WN 5 ' 7 f P wi f Di" ,,fFfiY,' R .. i li N 51193, Carol Davidson .X L ' 'Ea' 1 YELL LEADERS Sue when CHEERLEADERS AND RALLY SQUAD Front Row: Peggy Stokes, Goldie Groves, Burlon Miller, Carol Dovidson - Yell Queen, Ronnie Weaver, Francine Bottler, Sue Gilbert. Back Row: Louro Nelson, Jo-Anne Chosfoin, Lindo Noslund, Yvonne Goodwin, LcDonno Murphy, Elsie Arnold. -wQ.efLm,,iQmmmmmm.m .--., fn , .,,. - ff ., f-', , Summa yum ,-,., f , ,Q-..,wwwm,wM-fire'me Q:w-wmf-www-ww-- Mme:-L 'WWXWL ui' LA! s!" X f QQ W! wjivuf Q 4,525 a if jf, 'fx QWQDXN. 3 f W xW HJ 'XN" fy WX ffgirhfl If M ff A ff ff F ,- It X if f- fx-'K7x A 4 x. A M Q S fffk ff ,xr f Q C9522 -E CDU 2 0 199 w ff 'gk QQ fx ,His gzlQf LORETTA SMITH SEPTEMBER QCTQBER The month MARIE ZAMBAS YVONNE GOODWIN JO ANNE CHASTAIN JUANITA WATKINS JANUARY N OVEMBER DECEMBER SUSAN HORNER FEBRUARY IO8 ROMA TOLIVER MARCH Right to left: Jean Heeter, Faylene Davenport, Betty Holley, Sheryl Santesson, ideal Girl Barbara Richards Marie Zambas, Betty Mackey, Carol Cline. 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Nam.-GH 'lk N Czstucleni Cmule Q G Gy Gy Mgmwrrgsr-awww, M - ss- 'fs gre ...N .wiww Chosen to reign over the May Day Court ot 1957 was Queen Sue Gilbert, lovely and popular student body treasurer. Queen Sue l was escorted by student body President Mark Musgrave, who crowned her otticial- ly at the initiation of the May Day cere- monies. Lending brilliance and beauty to her Court were Princesses Carol Davidson, An- nelle Davenport, Vera McCuistian, .lan Mul- holland, Sheryl Santesson and Peggy Stokes, escorted respectively by Burlon Miller, Pat Thometz, Ron Vavllosky, Leon Swank, John Bicktord and Dave Updegrave. Queen Sue was entertained royally by performers from the classes of '60, '59 and '58, at the conclusion ot which a panel of iudges determined that the class of '60 de- served to win the class trophy for the best performance. The Court gave dignity to the baseball team by attending the Sweet Home-Leba- non game in the afternoon, and also was the invted guest of the Senior Class that evening at a performance of "Asenic and Olcl Lace." Student Body President Mark Musgrave crowns Sue Gilbert os Queen Sue I before the entire student body to begin the May Day festivities. 0 Ao-:N N. ,M fab U Vg gig up Bob Banke - Imitation of Elvis Anita Wright and Margret Gates Wayne Roberts and Mr. Roberts - al Winner Freshman Initiation Sandy Yderstod - Tap Dancer Hudson Edwards and Marg Cox man Initiation Russell Picket and Lowell Sims - Teachers Nadine Pitchford - Cherry Pie Contest G.A.A. Play Day "L f ,Q m,,"" f 2' Y 4044 idly fvvwn 0 Amman gf MWQS ffm 17' rf C0 4 'a' Q Mr xr?-J ,H ff L rg, J ZZ,-f4f29c3i'P3'pQ A.2123sSQif...ifi. KI if C 7 ,...'Q-fl-lC'?-5' ' W lf aa ff' X Kg, lm I T-Z 2 gn-ZS? I-G a Z-L 'wats'-4-so . -I M1 , 3 -1 i 4 X First Row: Janice Comer, Joyce Perry, Anita Wright, Marie Robertson, Charlotte Boer, Elaine Everette, Phyllis Stewart, Bill Harris, Nikki Clark, Bob Forster, Bob Dowell, Jim Bennett. Second Row: Sally Graves, Margaret Hyde, Judy Carlson, Margret Gates, Violet Phelps, Laura Nelson, Darrell Metzker, Bill Richards, Charles Barker, John Bickford. Third Row: Glenda Papple, Janet Moore Lee, Fredda Rowley, Marna Chance, Avolyne Pitchford, Juanita Watkins, Milford Bishop, Eddie Robertson, Stewart Nohrnberg, Richard Currey. Fourth Row: Francine Bottler, Jan Mulholland, Linda Satley, Judy Dorsing, Martha Taylor, Charlene Luttrull Sparrow, Ken Selby, Everett Taylor, Dale Mumey, Don Loux, Bob Sullivan. Back Row: Darlene Snook, Peg White, Eva Leach, Shirley Ferguson, Marie Zambas, Ruth Sele, Sandy Yderstod, Bill Stupin, Lynn Garrett, Duane Melling, Leon Swank. fidvanced QhOT'btS 'Wlelloweties Left to Right: Darlene Snook, Francine Bottler, Eva Leach. We ' if ' l DESCANTERS ple, Virginia Maiors, Margret Gates, Glyndale Pipkin, Claudia Palmer, Judy Carlson, Fredda Rowley. F F S B RESHMAN SINGERS ront Row: Merideth Payne, Monica Setty, Sharon Hurd, Sharon Eurich, Diane Yunker. econd Row: Leota Olson, lnez Galster, Carol Cline, Faye Garrett. ack Row: Kathy Sullivan, Mickey Baxter, Maurine Rapin. THE KNIGHTS MADRIGALS Front Raw: Margret Gates, Jan Mulholland, Joyce Perry, Yvonne Goodwin, Martha Taylor, Avalyne Pitchford, Sally Graves. Back Row: Bill Stupin, Howard Daniels, Lynn Garrett, Bob' Sullivan, Don Loux, Leon Swank, Darrell Metzger. L ett to right: Bill Stupin, Howard Daniels, Bob Sullivan, Don aux, Garrett. Lett to right: Ruth Sele, Kathy Thomas, Glenda Pap- Center Row: Janet New, Carolyn Selby, Jackie Lynn, Judy Carpenter, Bonnie Bickford, Myrna Nonemaker, Margaret Vaughan, Evelyn Brodie, Betty McCall, Johnny McCustian, Judy Meacham, Sandra Robert- son, Ella Lou Cahill, Delores Menear, Virginia Moiors, Janet Barnes, Pat Moore, Ronda Palmer, Linda Carroll, Elinor Anderson, Carolee Hirschi, Joy Slavens, Arlene Anderson, Mary Ulberg, Delilo Morris. Right Half: Jackie Engle, Kathy Thomas, Darlene Evans, Claudia Palmer, Glyndale Pipkin, Karen More- head, Nadine Witcraft, Nadine Pitchford, Roberta Terwilliger. Left Half: Joyce Valentine, Mickey Surry, Elizabeth Sisson, Ruth Hanna, Edna Carroll, Irene Hadley, La Donna Murphy, Rita Kikel, Muriel White, Jean Froley, Barbara Wood. girls' glee lflinettes Front Row: Patti Hughes, Sue Gilbert. Back Row: Janet New, Marie Zambas, Joyce Hawley, Juanita Watkins, Judy Dorsing, Elaine Everette, Front Row: Norma Wood, Loretta Bascom, Dorothy Trigg, Winnie Winkler, Charlotte Barker, Delores Boer, Pat Tenbusch, Nadine Burnsides, Mary Lou Abers, Freya White, Ruby Widerman, Linda Carter. Second Row: Sue Phillips, Lucille Weed, Edith Weed, Rosalee Henry, Jean Barr, Darlene Sisto, Orletta Nye, Norain McMurray, Della O'Conner, Verla Rector, Barbara Richards. Third Row: Sherry Menear, Darlene Hutchins, Carol Harbaugh, Carlene Coonrod, Bethel Simons, Sharon Hilscher, Ray McKay, Buckey Gaskey, Don Reynolds. Fourth Row: David Nixon, Ted Dowell, Wayne Hopper, Ray Wood, LeRoy Nixon, Wes Marchbanks, Jim Namitz, Darrell Harper. Back Row: Ben Severson, Michael Sullivan, Dennis Mumey, Ran Rector, Curtis Holder, Don Rowe. lflflixeol Qlioirus Freshman Glfiorus Front Row: Beth Ann Luehring, Diane Epling, Carolyn Hutton, .lenneane Horn, Maurine Rapin, Monica Setty, Cherry Ann Phelps, Janice Walberg, Linda Hill, Sharon Hurd, Carol Ann Cline. Second Row: Brenda Brown Ernestine Harvey, Carolyn Brewer, Vivian Williams, Sharon Richards, Sharon Eurich, Zoa Anderson, Jean Saubert, Faye Garrett, Leota Olson, lnez Galster, Johnnie Harris, Teddy Topp. Third Row: Maureen Sullivan, Bessie Hall, Maxine Kaufman, Carol Williams, Mickey Baxter, Celeste Stod- dard, Marilyn Sturgis, Diane Yunker, Arlene Raft, Nadine Haynes, Joan Kikel, Patsy Wallace, Kathy Sullivan. Back Row: Norma Gingerich, Ron Currey, Larry Nanemaker, Pat Derby, Lee Land, George Betz, Richard Miller, Jerry Mumey, Dean Wymer, Ron Bradey, Ron Keyser, Larry Scott, Carolyn Harrang. usic gQSt'i'IJ7:f'iQS Front Row: Barbara Dishaw, Sandra Robertson, Juanita Watkins, Eloise Reynolds, Jim Karns, Judy King, Herval Hensley, Shirley Stein, Ken Robertson, Betty Brandt, Karen Davis. Second Row: Mike Romsey, Cleora Hash, Candy Whitlatch, Alice Hulbert, Elinor Anderson, Bill David, Mike McQueen, Bob Banke, Lois Robertson, George Davis, Steve Cardwell, Sharon Goodwin, Jerry Howery, Trudy Adams, Linda Morton, Jane Huftord. Third Row: Marilyn Hinton, Tillie Bliege, Phyllis Krause, Sherman Weld, Richard Rounds, David Payne, Sondra O'Day, La Mono Stein, Mr. Hibbard, Jan Tobler, Joe Geil, Lee Karns, Phil Cook, LeRoy Wiems, Linda Chomberland, Steve Mealey, Jerome Arnold, Paul Betz, Gary Arnold. Back Row: Jim Tucker, Evert LeRoy. flolvcmceol Band WWW Karen Davis yniiwx, Y, WN- elim J a n Ta ble r M 4' ly? W Sf 5 N Sharon Miller MAJORETTES Left to right: Jan Tabler, Karen Davis, Sharon Miller Llbuffvu .ff w,,X,"fL'MJ'jjvVuJ E jw rf' 2511 -ff' f fyxn Zappa 0 n oslf Qmqy QUFHX1 or,-I I,-Ogfwog DEQ! f fgxgg QJVM fr, Mai. ,226 C my - 5 V Y 'S 5' ff '?Qig7Q'? 4 7 XX .922-xl ,,,,, v A 095 Lofgj Q Zig? KQV QYWXX ff WX 3 33' XY-'fQf'x'! , , " " quad Football The Huskies opened their season at Dallas and promptly moved to a 31-7 victory. The next week the Huskies were forced To put on a tremendous rally To edge the Bend Lava Bears 14-13 on Two fourth- quarter touchdowns. The South Salem Saxons invaded the Husky strongfold and soundly defeated the Huskies 26-13. The next week the Huskies traveled To North Salem and dumped The Vikings 12-6. Then The Huskies returned home and lost The district championship To The Albany Bulldogs by a score of 21-14 after leading the Bulldogs 7-O. ln Their sixth game They were defeated by Corvallis 12-6 after holding a 6-O lead at half-Time. After a weekfs rest, The Huskies met Lebanon here and rolled To a 13-O victory in The mud. This was The second victory in as many years for The Huskies. The following week The Huskies traveled To Camas, Washington, to play the Paperhang- ers. The Huskies, after leading 19-7 at The intermission, were forced to come from behind in The final quarter to gain a 26-26 tie. The final Coach Gene Werkheiser game of The season was a smashing 27-14 victory over The Cottage S ROYCS MCD0f'iel and WUHY 5PGfkS Grove Lions. The Huskies finished The season with a five win, Three loss, one tie record which was The finest ever owned by This school. Five Huskies were named To The all district Team. They were: , Royce McDaniel, senior quarter back, Wally Sparks, senior Tackle on The first Team, and Lynn Garrett, John Bickford, and Mark Musgrave on The second Team Graduating seniors are: Mark Musgrave, Royce McDaniel, Jack Hoffman, Joe Cramer, Alton Doan, John Bickford, Leon Swank, Lynn Garrett, Everett Taylor, Wally Sparks, Dennis Duncan, Pat Thometz, Jim Price, Howard Daniels, Ray Wood, and Ron VavRosky. ' Royce McDaniel was named to the State's quarterback slot for ,V C -:.5,+- the Shriners' game in Portland, and Wally Sparks was designated as -' " an alternate tackle. Front Row: Alton Doan, Jack Hoffman, Leon Swank, Howard Daniels, Royce McDaniel, Mark Musgrave, Everett Taylor, Joe Cramer, Jim Price, Douglas Seiber. Second Row: Mr. Werkheiser, Pat Thometz, Mike Eclgley, Ron VavRosky, Lynn Garrett, Darrell Metzker, Raymond Wood, Dennis Duncan, Wally Sparks. Third Row: John Bickforcl, Eugene Gregory, Richard Adams, Ken Kyriss, Bill Stupin, Wayne Roberts, Eddie Winkler. Back Row: Mr. Hennessy, Truman Weld, Donald Swanson, Bob Banke, Don Loux, Ray McKay, Mr. Anderson we ,M Mama xml MET Ham' Vav RMK:-1 cl u.s.'r3 Mu.:-2. QTA ve: h'9-Klt.E3.eK. Q Q 3 I 5 3 fs 3 3 l 3 Q, 5 2 2 5 vi Z Q i K Q 2 Front Row: Hervel Hensley, Richard Surrey, Ted Dowell, Gary Jones, Joe Geil, Henry Honeywell, David Koechel, Gary Moe. Second Row: Jerry Weathers, Milford Bishop, Bill Keeney, Dan Dudley, Bill Richards, Ed Haney, Rodney Wetherall, Kenneth Selby, Jim Conner. Third Row: Mr. Scrivens, Jerome Arnold, Jim Larson, Ron Rector, John Webb, John Deflenbaugh, Arnold Richards, Nick Mosqueda, Hiram Phillips, Mr. Sutton. Back Row: Eddie Winkler, Don Loux, Bob Banke, Bill Stupin, Ken Kyriss, Richard Adams, Eldon Pearce. " " quad Football Freshman Football Front Row: Vernon Sylvester, Vern Bergevin, Ken Partridge, Pat Derby, Lee Land, Richard Haddon, Jerry Lynn, Ken Eberhard, Curtis Pappan, Ron Bickford, Steve Mealey, Hudson Edwards, Charlie Wilkinson Second Row: Bill Bagely, Jim Vinson, Sherman Weld, Mike Rose, Steve Gilbert, George Betz, Ray Dodge Kelsie Pipkin, Gary Stredwick, Dan Duvall, Rowan Davidson, Allen Schneider, Joe Clark, Tom Hinthorne Third Row: Gerald Sharp, Roger Sawyer, Larry Brunkow, Don Bishop, Gary Platt, Alvin Turnow, Vernon Toliver, Ron Bradey, Steve Cardwell, James Pulver. Back Row: Larry Williams, Mike Flanagan, Eugene Clayborn, Roger Avrit, Larry Scott, Jerry Mumey, Mr. Scrivens, Mr. Anderson. , Dick Anderson. , W "r" NYG iw si V- tw ,.., . J, Front Row: Jim Conner, Gary Jones, Bob Banke, Royce McDaniel, Howard Daniels, Alton Docln, Mr. Scriv- ens, Mr. Hennessey. Back Row: Mike Edgley, Doug Seiber, Wayne Roberts, Joe Cramer, Bob Sullivan, Ron VavRosky, Jack Hoffman, Mr. Anderson. "A" Squad Basketball This year's varsity basketball team came through with a very creditable iob against top flight opposition. Untill the Huskies last their last three games there was a chance of them going to the state tourney. The total record for the season was a very respect- able l3-8, including wins over South Salem and Corvallis. The Huskies won 4 and lost 6 in district play and ended up in fourth place. The high point of the year was probably when Royce McDaniel was named to the first team all state by the Oregonian. Royce, a senior, was the leading scorer for the Huskies with 442 points and a 21 plus average per game. Coach Lou Scrivens should be 'given much credit in guiding the team. It was his first year as head coach. 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Back Row: Bud Pearce, Jim Karnes, Mr. Morris, LeRoy Nixon, .lim McCollum, Glen Sawyer, Nick Mclsqueda Ted Dowell, Arnold Richards, Rod Wetherall, Bill Richards, Ed Smith. 1 r 1 1 February 23 closed the final page of Sweet Home's most success- ful season and most successful sport. On that day, in Corvallis, senior Lynn Garrett and sophomore Bill Keller brought state wrestling cham- pionships home, and the team placed second to Newberg with a score of 45 to 66 for the upstate Tigers. The Huskies placed an unprecedented six men in the finals, as compared to N'ewberg's five, but the Tigers managed more places to go on to eventual victory in the meet. It was an undefeated season for Sweet Home. Every dual match was won, most of them by top-heavy scores. Led by champs Garrett and Keller, the Huskies thrashed opponent after opponent, with such stalwarts as state semi-finalists .lack Payne, Rod Andrews, Ron Weav- er and Jim Price pinning or decisioning their opponents with monoto- nous regularity. Dave Payne, 98-Ib. freshman, Mark Musgrave, l36-lb. senior, and Jerry Weathers, 157-lb. iunior, also were consistent winners through- out the. season, and fought their way as far as the semi-final rounds in Corvallis. To show how well the Huskies dominated state events, junior Jack Payne and iunior Rod Andrews were forced to go against each other in the lO6-lb. class, with Payne emerging as the victor to nail down a third place. Seniors 'Lynn Garrett H48 champl, Jim Price il4ll, Mark Mus- grave ll36l, and Ron Weaver H303 will leave vacancies to fill on next year's squad, but with men returning like Bill Keller, Jack and Dave Payne, Rod Andrews, Jerry Weathers, Dwight Edwards, Billy Richards, and probably a score of others, one wonders whether the team as a whole will suffer any weaknesses at any one particular Weight. Perhaps we can say, "Good by, District champs" and "Hail to the District champs" in the same breath. At least we can say one thing: C 2. -I l EH? Vqx f -Q3 fe A . I mga! fifty-one schools started in the state championship matches and we Huskies placed second. Which means that man to man we can hold our own with anybody else, no matter how big the school. And while we are "maybe-ing," maybe we can conclude with: "Let's go for the state championship in i958!" Wrestling In ction Jim Price and Dwight Edwards Jack Payne and Bill Keller Jim McCollum and Nick Mosqueda David Cole, Mark Musgrave, Ted Dow- ell and .lerry Weathers 29 asehall I S ,- , 1 .-1 - I3 This year's baseball team opened the season with a bang. They defeated Browns- ville, Monroe, and Lebanon twice before losing to South Salem. They defeated Cor- vallis 6 to 5, but lost to Albany 4-O and North Salem 4-i. When this was written their record stood at 5-4 for the season and 2-4 in district 8. This year's team is a fairly well balanced outfit, but errors were responsible for two of the four losses to date. Pitchers Royce McDaniel and Ken Kyriss both have ex- cellent earned run averages. BASEBALL SCHEDULE Pre-Season Sweet Home Corvallis ..... I Sweet Home ...,.... 6 Brownsville .....,.... 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Z QQLQLQQQQLQiLQiLQQQiLiiiiQiiQiii Wa"YS Gmfefy Whrte s Jewelry Fresh Meat and Grocerles T "We Speclahze 1n Fr1endl1ness" WA CHES GEMS Watch R9p3.11'S Shlrley and Wally Phone EM 7 4026 E Long St Maln St1 eet Sweet Home awry ueen Groves Rexall Drugs Kenneth S Groves SHAKES SUNDAES Ethlcal Drug Dlspenslng CONES Sweet Home Maln Street A B C O CONGRATULATIONS To Class of 57 PARTS 8: MACHINE Sw EET HOME EiiieM5lFfZ'ffZ Bvwlme Lanes BEST WISHES To the Class of 57 Walsh Hardware Sweet Home Oregon V1rg1lM Walsh Owner Your Marshall Wells Dealer S Phone EM 7 2051 Sweet Home Oregon We GIVG S KL H Green Stamps Phone EM 7 2939 l-44 1 . 1 - Since1929 7 ' O l 7 7 . . l , , ' 9 iiiiliiiiii CENTRAL SUPER FOOD MARKET GTOCCYICS Fresh F rults Vegetables Bakery Goods Dairy Products Frozen Food Tolletrxes Remedies Sundrles Household ltems John Lamberty and VICEOF Peterson Propnetors MEATS Fresh and Smoked Meats Fish and Poultry Quality Meats our Specialty RICHARD MCDONALD MARKET Charles Brooks Manager 1111Ma1n Street Plenty of Free Parklng SWEET HOME OREGON 145 iiiiQQQQQQQiiQiiQQLQQQQiQ5iL 1 . ' 1 u 0 n o - .4-.4-4-.4-.via-rio-our Y Q n 7 QQQLiiLQQiQQQQL iiQLQQii MACICS SHELL STATION Phone EM 7 9004 Foster, Oregon ls Operatmg Under New Management WE GIVE S SL H GREEN STAMPS Complete l1ne of Shell Products tlres, batterles, Sz HCCCSSOTIGS We Speclallze 111 Motor Tune ups Brake SGFVICQ Generator Sz Starter Repalrs By An Expert Mechanlc SPORTING EQUIPMENT Nlght Crawlers Flshlng Tackle Guns AU1mUH1tlOH Camplng Equlpment OPEN FROM 7 00 A M TO 9 00 P M DAILY Joe Schlabaugh Proprletor Max Fltzgerald Mechamc ROBERTSON s TOE S AUTO SERVICE 1426 L street EM 74264 STORES BEST WISHES Sweet Home Lebanon Your Satlsfactlon Is Our Goal Complete Auto Repalrmg Only Guaranteed Work Front End Allgnment Wheel Balanclng T1re Trulng Sz Regroovlng Fluld Dr1Ve Transmlsslons , . . , . I 1 G 7 - 0 Tune-Up Specialist ' .. O 0 1 ' ,Q ' . . . . . . . . . LQiiQQiiEiiiiQQ iiLQiiQQi1i1ii1Y l46 HU T FU ER LHGME AMBULANCE SERVICE LEBANON SCIO SWEET HOME Office: 86 W. Grant St. - Phone AL 8-2123 Our firm has served the Sweet Home area for the last eight- een years and has maintained a Chapel with a seating capacity QQLQQiiiQQLiQiQLiQiiQQQLbQQLiii . of over two hundred with the finest services and equipment and prices arranged to suit every need. We are indeed proud to be 'part of your wonderful commun- ity and are more than pleased with the administration of our schools. May we wish to each student graduating from Sweet Home High School the best of everything, knowing full well that you are well rounded in your education for having attended Sweet Home Schools. l47 QQiiQQQQiQiQQiiiQQiLiLiiiLLQiiEi You Want it? You'll find it tt, , ame za .S at weauiy Qsafon Distinctive Permanents Q Hair Stylings General Store Hair Cutting in Scalp Treatment FOSTER 1209 LONG ST. - EM 7-4072 Pak - N - Say Sweet Home Cleaners and Market City Cleaners WE PACK YOU SAVE Plenty of Free Parking Call Sweet Home EM 7-3465 P1-,one EM 7-4577 We Give Northern Stamps , 0 M 9 I 5 East Llnn Brokers F E E D S Insurance -- Real Estate 5 E E D 5 Life - Health - Accident Nutri-Dine Feeds 1017 M St. Sweet HOITIG Lilly's seeds an Fertilizer Phone EM 7-2020 Garden Tractors Rentals 1 Sales CONGRATULATIONS to the Class of ,57 FARM SL GARDEN SUPPLIES Sawdusf Mill Wood Sweet Home EM 7-2502 Planer Ends 575 Long St- EAST LINN FUEL We Give Northern Stamps EM 7-2858 iQiQQLiiiQQQiiiQQLLiiiLQiiiQiiQQ l48 W1 amette P1 re AND lp Boar , Inc MANUFACTURERS OF WEST WOOD PARTICLE BOARD fWest Wood is the Best Wood? SWEET HOME OREGON iiiQiiLiiiiQQQQQiQiQQiiQQQiQi O 7 outh P0112 Lum er. 0. Phone EM 7-3944 -- Sweet Home, Oregon CONGRATULATIONS CLASS OF '57 149 iLiiiiQQL1iiiQLQQiiLQQiiQi Qiiii Lester's . TO Shlll le Co CLASS g I OF '57 Phone EM 7-2271 Sweet Home, Oregon Wanigan Cafe O G M Tire Shop Family Dinners - - Our Specialty Recapping - Repairing HIGHWAY 20 E DUN LAP TIRES Sweet Home SETTY'S Hi-Way Grocery 4 miles west of Sweet Home CONGRATULATIONS FOSTER, OREGON Class of '57 Andy's Chevron Tires and Batteries - Lubrication - Jimoer Cvalley Qairy, gnc. Quality Dairy Products At Your Door or Favorite Store Distributor of Curly's Dairy Products 851 MAIN, LEBANoN Phone AL 8-5611 - oouecr QQLQLQQiiQLiLiQiQQiLiLQQiLLQQQii 150 QiiiQQiQiLiQQLQiQQQiiiQLQ1ii Dave Epps Furniture Sweet Home and Lebanon "THE BEST FOR LESS" Main Street Southgate Sweet Home Lebanon BEST WISHES TO CLASS OF '57 Roberts Men's Clothing THE STORE FOR MEN Main Street Sweet Home, Oregon iQQQ1i11QQQQL5SQQQQQQQQQLQLQQ 151 Pearce's Grocery Phone EM 7-2623 Groceries and Meat CRAWFORDSVILLE Open 7 days a week DR. EDWARD H. BUHN Optometrist - Orthoptist Vision Specialist VISUAL ANALYSIS AND EYE TRAINING 9:00 A.M. to 5:30 P.M. - Closed Thursdays 1043 M St. - EM 7-3464 BEST OF LUCK to the Class of 1957 CARDWELUS DEPT. STORE and SWEET HOME 5 8: 10, INC. Cgllife Cglrojofne "Exclusive Apparel for Women" 1082 Main St. Sweet Home, Oregon Thomas Drugs 1227 M Street Sweet Home, Oregon Prescriptions - School Supplies Qlzarm Osfyle Qsllzojb STYLE BEAUTY ECONOMY I Sweet Home, Oregon 1204 M St. - Phone EM 7-3172 Rowe's Shoe Store Quality Shoes for the Family Sweet Home, Oregon BEST WISHES to the Class of '57 Dan's Union Service 1201 MAIN STREET Phone EM 7-3352 l52 QLiQ1iQifiiQQQiiQiQiQQQQQiQQQiQi Junior Chamber of Commerce Invites you to become one of us when you are twenty-one In the meantime, take part in our yearly projects for you J. C. C. Sponsored State Ski Tournament J. C. C. Sponsored Teen-Age Road-a-o J. C. C. Sponsored Voice of Democracy Contest J. C. C. Sponsored Frontier Days Activities N D I Pet Supplies - Parakeets 0 e Tropical Fish Shoe Repair at SANTIAM FEED Pocketbooks 8: Purses AND GARDEN SUPPLY 1203 10th Avenug 1244 Long St. - Ph. EM 7-2334 v BEST WISHES Roger s Floral Shop to the Class of ,57 "Flowers For All Occasions" 1141 Long Street ' fI'0H1 Phone EMpire 7-2938 Residence Phone EMpire 7-3567 S We Give Northern Stamps iiiiiiiiiiiQQiiLQQQLiQQQQiQQQLi1 153 WMV ' O .FQ- jf J, ,,- .., .. , ,U 5 egg nn 1"' F . . 9.1 -55503. ,. L,-,gg,.,. -,Tr:.42-?f "' ::,1g. - E Q 'fy ' -2 I., ' '-X' I .Z " 5' 1' -" W" -G Ain- s. .37 U Ny W. 2 ,iffy -- ... .-zz.. " ' 'E ' " "" g. X ik 5 ...- ff-lv' 11111611175 Supp y OIHPHIIY Phone EM 7-3045 Sweet Home, Oregon Timber erviee Co. OWNERS OF Outh antiam Tree arm Phone EM 7-2111 1575 M Street SWEET HOME, OREGON 154 C Q 1 4 a i 5 f S 4 SQ , -n . A521241-aiefx 4 - , M H n.,.,,M.., ---A A , T1 S img? , I eq T1-ns YEARBOOK WAS PRODUCED Sl if I 1 zm, PL', 7 ,,,l-L,'L on 'he 'ffbg 1 Miehlf-:17 Lithoprint N? VAN'S STATIONERS 81 PRINTERS 585 Main Street - Lebanon, Oregon WJQWL A Abers, Mary Lou, 68-119 Adams, Richard, 83-65-124-128 Adams, Trudy, 72-87 Alexander, Frank, 71 Allen, Juanita, 29-80-89-95 Allen, Pat, 65-90 Allen Vernita, 73-80-97 Anderson, Anderson Arlene, 57-87-118 Dick, 74-128 Anderson Elinor, 57-91-118 Anderson Esther, 68-85-95 Anderson, Larry, 29 Anderson LeRoy, 57 Anderson, Zoa, 74-119 Andrews, Rod, 6-56-57-79-88 Arnold, Elsie, 29-80-95-97-105 Arnold, Gary, 57-122-128 Arnold, Jerome, 67-122 Ashlock, Jerry, 68-95 Atkinson, David, 23-71 -78-87 Austin, Sanclra, 67 Avrit, Roger, 73-128 B Bagley, Bill, 72-128 Bair, Joyce Ann, 72 Banke, Bob, 6-79-65-83-114-122-124 128-131 Banks, Patty, 71 Banta, Judy, Barber, Robert, 67-94 Barker, Charles, 57-116 Barker, Charlotte, 21-65-85-119 Barnes, Janet, 57-95-1 18 Barr, Jean, 57-95-119 Barton, Jerry, 26-29-91-102 Bascom, Loretta, 65-119 Baxter, Mickey, 72-85-117 Beaver, Beulah, 57-80 Beck, Dale, 29-53 Bennett, Jim, 57-116 Berigevin, 'Vern, 73-128 Betz, George, 73-119-128 Betz, Paul, 57-122 Bicktord, John, 6-11-22-23-24-29-52 88-102-116-124-126 Bickio-rd, Ronald, 74-81-128 Bickiord, Yvonne lBoonie1 66-118 Bishop, Don, 72-82-84-128 Bishop, Milford, 57-116-128 Blanchard, Stanley, 73-87-94 Bliege, Tillie, 21-65-91 Boeckel, Arlene, 66-80-91-95 Boer, Charlotte, 66-116 Boer, Delores, 29-116 Bostwick, Patricia, 72-80-81 Bottler, Francine, 23-57-83-93-104-111 116 Bottler, Joyce, 72-83 Brady, James, 73-74-128 INDEX Brandt, Betty, 57-81-90-92-93-122 Brashear, Elsie, 20-57-80 Brewer, Carolyn, 85-1 19 Bridge, Jeanne, 74-94 Bridge, Joanne, 29-95 Brodie, Evelyn, 6-65-90-94-95-118 Brookes, Kay 11-57 Brown, Brenda, 73-87-97-119 Brown, Doyce, 30-87 Brown, Jerry, 72-95 Brown, Joyce, 73-95 Bruce, Marshall, 30 Brunkow, Larry, 71-81-128 Burger, Dixie, 30-97-98 Burks, Carolene, 30-53-90-91 Burling, Gerald, 74 Burling, Peggy, 65 Burnsides, Nadine, 66-119 Butenschoen, Larry, 65-94-122 Butenschoen, Lonita, 72 Buttler, Jerry, 57 C Cahill, Beverly, 72 Cahill, Clifford, 65 Cahill, Ella Lou, 30-89-95-118 Cahill, Richard, 67-84 Campbell, Darlene, 23-71 Campbell, John, 57-82 Cardwell, Stephen, 70-72-83-128 Carlson, Judy, 66-90-91-116-117 Carpenter, Judy, 65-118 Carroll, David, 74-94 Carroll, Edna, 21-30-91-95-118 Carroll, Linda, 57-81-83-87-118 Carter, Linda, 66-89-95-119 Casmey, Helen, 72-78 Casmey, Mary, 73-78 Caswell, Delbert, 30-84 Caswell, Joyce, 73 Caswell, Lyle, 57 Chamberlin, Linda, 73 Chance, Marna, 85-116 Chastain, Jo-Anne, 30-80-95-98-105 , 108 Claborn, Eugene, 73-128 Clark, Joe, 73-81-128 Clark, Nikki, 116 Clark, Roger, 74-81-94 Cline, Carolyn, 81-87-109-119 Cobat, Carmen, 66-83 Cole, Dave, 57 Collins, Burt, 74-82 Collins, Richard, 74 Comer, Janice, 31-80-81-116 Conner, Jim, 71-81-128 Cook, Phillip, 31-84 Coonrod, Carlene, 68-80-90-119 Coonrod, Lola, 66-80-91 Copper, Loretta, 67 Copper, Ray, 74 157 Carson, Thelma, 31 Corson, Vera, 71 Carson, Shirley, 81 Cox, Marge, 72-78-114 Cox Sue, 57-89-91-93-95 Cramer, Joe, 31-88-99-124-126-130 Cramlet, Donald, 57-86 Crocker, Ray, 31 Crockett, Evelyn, 66-94 Crover, Donald, 122 Culbertson, Donna, 71 Currey, Richard, 31-81-87-116 Currey, Ronnie, 72-81-87-119 Curtis, Kenneth, 71 D Daniels, Howard, 31-88-111-117-124 127-130 Davenport, Annelle, 23-26-28-31-89 93-109 Davenport, Faylene, 101-109 Davenport, Lou Vee, 32-52-89-95 David, Bill, 65 Davidson, Carol, 22-23-24-32-53-105 1 1 1 Davidson, Judy, 68 Davidson, Rowan, 73-122-128 Davis, George, 91-92-94 Davis, Karen, 23-57-92-93-122 Davis, Nancy, 11-28-32-93-95-116 Dean, Jim, 67 Detfenbaugh, John, 57-128 Derby, Pat, 72-81-128 DeWolte, LeRoy, 74 Dishaw, Barbara, 21-23-27-32-78-93 Dixon, Arthur, 81-94 Doan, Alton, 23-26-32-88-124-130 Dodge, Ray, 73-84-128 Donahe, Selene, 23-71-78-80 Dooney, Darrell, 65 Dooney, Marie, 32 Dooney, Wayne, 65 Dorsing, Douglas, 71-84 Dorsing, Judy, 68-97-116-118 Douglas, Wayne, 74-94-122 Dowell, Bob, 57-79-116 Dowell, Ted, 68-97-119-128 Dudley, Dan, 23-56-57-79-128 Duncan, Dennis, 32-83-88-124 Duvall, Dan, 72-128 Dysinger, Beverly, 67 E Eads, Harry, 86 Eberhard, Kenneth, 71-84-122-128 Edgley, Mike, 57-79-88-124-131 Edwards, Dwight, 57-86 Edwards, Hudson, 74-114-128 Ellis, Jane, 57 Ellison, Bob, 32 Engle, Jackie, 57-78-81 -89-1 1 1 -1 18 Ensley, Gene, 68 Epling, Diane, 73-87-119 Erickson, Lolwell, 71 Erickson, Roger, 57 Erlandson, Dorene, 23-28-33-83-93-98 1 1 1 Eurich, Sharon, 72-117-119 Evans, Darlene, 57-90-101-118 Evans, Charlette, 66-90 Everette, Elaine, 57-90-93-95-116-118 F Farber, Connie, 57 Farger, Lynda, 67 Ferguson, Shirley, 33-116 Fisher, Jackie, 26-27-33-52-89-93-99 101-109 Flanagan, Michael, 73-128 Forster, Bob, 57-86-116 Fraley, Jean, 57-80-118 Fraley, Paul, 33 G Galster, Inez, 83-85-87-117-119 Gambetty, Frank 65 Garrett, Fay, 72-87-117-119 Garrett, Lynn, 23-33-88-92-102-116 1 17-124-127 Garrison, Herold, 33 Garrison, Jack, 65-83-122 Gaskey, Buckey, 57-88-119 Gaskey, Charlene, 23-72-81-87 Gaskey, Darlene Heeter, 38-81-87-89 90 Gates, Margret, 67-92-97-1 16-117 Geil, Joe, 65-128 Gilbert, Steven, 71-122-128 Gilbert, Sue, 22-23-24-28-33-52-93-98 105-109-113-118 Gin-gerich, Norma, 119 Godell, Glen, 83 Goebel, Linda, 23-71-94 Goodwin, Yvonne, 34-89-95-97-98-101 105-108-1 17 Grant, Tom, 58 Grantham, Thelma, 34 Graves, Goldie, 58-90-91-96-105 Graves, Sally, 23-66-90-91-116-117 Greer, Richard, 74 Gregory, Eugene, 58-84-124 Gregory, Gerald, 34-97 Groves, Dick, 34-86 H Haddon, Richard, 73-128 Hadley, lrene, 66-118 Hall, Bessie, 72-119 Hainey, Ed, 128 Hanna, Ruth, 34-89-118 Hanna, Vivian, 72-94 Harbaugh, Carol, 65-90-96-119 Harbaugh, Dorothy, 71-94 Harcrow, Betty, 58-68-90-119 Harrang, Carolyn, 71-81-87-119 Harris, Alice,,58-96 INDEX lContinued1 Harris, Billy, 58-82-84-116 Harris, Don, 73 Harris, Johnnie, 72-96-119 Harvey, Ernestine, 71-119 Hash, Cleora, 67-90-94 Hashburger, Lester, 58-87 Hathaway, Kenneth, 86 Hawley, Joyce, 28-34-91-93-118 Haynes, Nadine, 74-119 Hedeen, Billie, 58-81-87-99 Heeter, Jean, 64-67-109 Heeter, Judy, 6-58-90 Hendrickson, Larry, 73-94 Henry, Rosalee, 119 Hensley, Hervel, 58-79-91-128 Henthorne, Leola, 11-21-58-80-90-93 Hewitt, Barbara, 74-85-94 Hill, Gary, 66-79-81 Hill, Linda, 72-96-119 Hilscher, Sharon, 58-119 Hinthorne, Tom, 70-72-84-128 Hinton, Marilyn, 66-85-90 Hirschi, Carolee, 56-58-81-90-93-98 101-1 18 Hoffman, Jack, 34-88-111-124-130 Hohstadt, Sharon, 71-78-80 Holder, Bonnie, 68-90-95 Holder, Curtis, 34-119 Holder, Pat, 35 Holder, Ted, 83 Holley, Betty, 22-23-24-58-89-93-94 99-109 Holley, David, 35-53-68-81-87 Honeywell, Henry, 65-94-128 Hoppell, Karen, 67-90 Hopper, Herbert, 73-81 Hopper, Wayne, 66-119 Horan, Helen, 65-95 Horn, Jeneane, 71-87-119 Horn, Stanley, 84 Horner, David, 73 Horner, Susan, 26-35-68-87-97-101 108-109 Howery, Jerry, 58-94-122 Hutford, Jane, 65-90 Hughes, Patti, 58-87-118 Hulbert, Alice, 58-89-119 Huskey, Don, 35-52 Huskey, Norma, 58-89-93-97 Hutchins, Darlene, 58-119 Hutchins, Larry, 35 Hutton, Caroline, 71-81-119 Hurd, Sharon, 71-91-117-119 Hyde, Margaret, 58-81-94-116 I . lnselman, Glenn, 65 J Jabusch, Lynn, 68-83 James, Bill, 65 James, Lois Ann, 63 Janzen, Ronald, 65 158 Jeannet, Carol, 35-85 Jenkins, Dick, 67-78 Jenkins, Eugene, 58 Jewell, Tom, 65 Johnson, Beverly Bain, 35 Johnson, Pat, 58-87 Johnson, Roger, 35 Johnson, William, 58-94 Jones, Dick, 65 Jones, Eddie, 58 Jones, Gary, 54-65-83-102-128-131 Jones Glen, 58-82 Jones, Leon, 74 K Kappel, Roberta, 74 Karns, Jim, 36 Karns, Lee, 58-122 Karns, Marilyn, 61-69-91 Kaufman, Maxine, 72-91-119 Keeney, Bill, 65-128 Keenan, Larry, 58 Keenan, Leonard, 36 Keenan, Richard, 36-79-81-84 Keller, Billy, 122 Kelley, Tom, 67 Kennedy, Dick, 58-94 Keyser, Ronald, 73-119 Kikel, Carleen, 78 Kikel, Joan, 72-119 Kikel, Rita, 67-80-118 King, Gary, 58 King, Judy, 67-81-90-94 Knapp, Stephen, 73-94 Koechel, David, 128 Koker, Donald, 68 Krause, Lyle, 58-86 Krause, Phillis, 66 Kroenlein, Jean, 36-89-91 Kubesch, David, 67 Kyriss, Ken, 65-124-128 Land, Lee, 23-70-119-128 Langmack, Diane, 58-82-87 Larson, Jim, 128 Lathrop, Mardell, 36 Lathrop, Sharon, 85 Lawrence, Lelon, 71 Laylor, Martin, 58-86-93-111 Layton, Leslie, 66 Leach, Eva, 11-58-89-91-92-93-116 Lee, Janet Moore, 36-116 Leopard, Bernice, 36 Leopard, Marie Frazier, 36-97 LeRoy Evert, 67-97-122 Lester, Sharon, 37 Lind, Carolyn, 66-85 Loucks, Pauline, 58-80-91 Loux, Don, 67-79-88-116-117-124-128 Luehring, Beth, 72-119 Lynn, Jackie, 37-53-89-96-118 Lynn, Jerry, 72-82-94-128 Lyon, Janice, 71-94 M Mackey, Berry, 23-54-67-at-as-90-95 1 O9 Mackey, Charlene, 54-66-90-95 Mackey, John, 58-86-94 Maiors, Virginia, 66-117-118 Malone, James, 65 Manley, Bob, 65 Marchbanks, Alaph, 65 Marchbanks, Wes, 37-53-102-119 Mausen, Madelyn, 68-87-90 Maynard, Jim, 65 Maynard, Robert, 58 McCall, Betty, 23-66-82-90-118 McCammon, Elizabeth, 59-80 McCollum, Jim, 68 McCollum, John, 71 McCollum, Pat, 83-84 McCuistian, Johnnie, 66-90 McCuistian, Vera, 11-37 McDaniel, Royce, 22-23-24-37-52-88 124-127-130 McElroy, Jimmy, 59-86-93 McKay, Ray, 11-59-124 McKinney, Delores, 23-94-97 McKinney, Donna, 59-89-93-94-95-97 McMurray, Norain, 37-85 McQueary, Dennis, 74 McQueen, Mike, Meacham, Judy, 59-118 Mealey, Steve, 71-84-128 Melling, Duane, 37-116 Menear, Delores, 37 Menear, Sherry, 59 Menear, Shirley, 59-118-119 Metzker, Darrell, 59-79-88-117-124 Myra, 72 Miles, Miller, Burlon, 38-104-111 Miller, David, 67-78 Miller, Guy, 38-86 Miller, Gloria, 59-87 Jerry, 59 Miller, Miller, Maxine, 74 Miller, Phyllis, 78-80 Richard, 119 Robin, 59 Miller, Miller, Miller, Sharon, 71 Moe, Gary, 68-128 Moore, Patty, 65-83-118 Moorhead, Karen, 20-67-85 Montgomery, Dorene, 66-95 Morgan, James, 20 Morgan, Joe, 72 Morris, Delila, 59-78-81-87-90-119 Morris, Erville, 72 Gerald, 65-74-94 Morris, Morris, Larry, 20-38 Joyce, 66-101 Morse, Morton, Linda, 66-80-81 Mosqueda, Nick, 65-82-84-128 Mulholland, Jan, 6-26-38-89-96-116 117 INDEX iContinued1 Mumey, Dale, 38-82-91-116 Mumey, Dennis, 59-119 Mumey, Jerry, 72-74-119-128 Munts, Richard, 71-86 Muntz, Orville, 59 Murphy, LaDonna, 59-95-105-118 Musgrave, Mark, 22-23-24-38-53-88 1 13-124-126 N Namitz, Jim, 59-119 Naslund, Bob, 38 Naslund, Linda, 59-95-105 Naue, Donald, 66 Neal, Bonnie Jean, 72 Nelson, Luara, 38-80-98-105-116 New, Janet, 39-118 Nicklaus, Karen, Arthur, 74 Nixon, Nixon, David, 65-79 Nixon, Elzena, 72 LeRoy, 39-119 Nixon, Nohrnberg, Stewart, 39-99-116 Nothinger, Kenneth, 59 Nonemaker, Larry, 72-119 Nonemaker, Myrna, 39-118 Norton, Sharon, 59 Nye, Beth, 65 Nye, Orletta, 39-119 O O'Conner, Della, 39 O'Day, Sandra, 72-98 Olmstead, Steve, 67 Olson, Leota, 71-85-117-119 Osborn, Alfred, 39-84 Osborn, Devonna, 59-78-81-83-87-90 P Palmer, Claudia, 67-85-117-118 Palmer, Rhonda, 66-83-118 Pappan, Curtis, 74-128 Papple, Glenda, 66-80-90-92-116-117 Papple, Willa, 71-94-116 Partridge, Kenneth, 72-128 Patterson, Virginia, 71-78 Paul, Andy, 73-82-86-94-102-112 Payne, David, 72 Payne, Jack, 59-88 Payne, Meredith, 72-117-122 Pearce, Bud, 84 Pearce, Eldon, 65-68-94-122-128 Peck, Delvin, 39 Peck, Larry, 65-68-94-122-128 Pentold, Marge, 66-85-90 Perrin, Lilly, 66-80 Perry, Joyce, 28-40-52-91-93-101-116 1 17 Peterman, Eddie, 65 Peterman, Larry, 59 Peters, Vilus, 59-84 Peters, Virgil, 71-74-84 Phelps, Cherry Ann, 73-85-94-119 Phelps, Violet, 66-80-90-95 Phillips, Charley, 59 159 Phillips, Eddie, 73 Phillips, Hiram, 65-128 Phillips, S ue, 65-90 Phillips, Virgil, 81 Pickens, Norman, 67 Pinkal, Lenora, 21-80 Pinster, Bob, 73 Pipkin, Bob, 59-93 Pipkin, Glyndale, 66-80-92-117-118 Pipkin, Kelsie, 73-128 Pitchtord, Pitchtord, Pitts, Eddi Avalyne, 11-40-80-85-117 Nadine, 59-80-89-93-114 1 18 e, 73 Platt, Gary, 6-70-74-128 Poe, Vanda, 67 Poppe, Sharon, 71-81 Port, Verl a, 71-122 Price-, Jim, 40-79-88-124 Pridemore, Patricia, 72-78 Pulver, James, 73-128 R Ratt, Arlene, 71-85-119 Rainey, Doris, 66-80 Ramsey, Michael, 59-84-122 Rapin, Marine, 72-117-119 Rapp, Charlotte, 59-93 Rector, Ron, 65-88-119-128 Rector, Verla, 67-90 Renoud, Richard, 65 Reves, Bu Reynolds, Reynolds, rt, 74 Don, 40-1 19 Eloise, 56-59-92-93-121-122 Rice, Kathleen, 72-78 Rice, Nan Richards Richards, r Richards, Richards, Richards, Richardso Cy, 66-90-95 Arnold, 59-128 Barbara, 59-81-83-89-93-99 109 Bill, 68-79-116-128 Frank, 67 Sharon, 72-119 n, Shari Anderson, 40 Roberts, Sharon, 67-81-90 Roberts, Wayne, 56-59-79-86-93-114 Robertson Robertson, Robertson Robertson, Robertson Rose, Mic 124-131 , Eddie, 67-116 Kenneth, 72-84-122 , Lois, 74-78-94-122 Marie, 40-98-1 16 , Sandra, 23-59-92-93-118 121 hael, 73-128 Ross, Carolyn, 71 Ross, Darlene, 59-80 Rossback, Rossback, Rossback, Roth, Jud Allen, 59 Carolyn, 73-80 Marilyn, 59 ith, 72-91 Roth, Lois, 74-85 Roth, Myrtle, 21-59-80 Rounds, Richard, 65-83-84 Russell, V irginia, 40-91-93 Rowe, Don, 40-84-119 Rowe, Joyce, 66-90 Rowley, Fredda, 64-67-92-116-1 17 S Satley, Linda, 59-90-93-116 Santesson, Sheryl, 41-81-83-89-96-97 101-109 Sather, Ileen, 41 Saubert, Jean, 72-81-83-119 Saulmon, Earl, 59-82 Sawyer, Glen, 68-83 Sawyer, Roger, 72-128 Scarbough, Delane, 60-80-90 Schneider, Allen, 71-81-128 Schneider, Carol, 11-60-96-101 Schumaker, Larry, 74-94 Schuster, Billy, 73 Schwab, Henry, 66-83-122 Schwab, Minnie, 60-80 Scott, Larry, 71-128 Seiber, Douglas, 60-79-124-131 Seibert, Billy, 60-81 Selby, Carolyn, 67-91-118 Selby, Kenneth, 23-65-79-91-102-116 128 Sele, Ruth, 66-95-117 Setty, Monica, 6-70-73-1 17-119 Severson, Ben, 60-81-119 Sharp, Gerald, 128 Shearer, Bruce, 72 Shearer, Cleve, 41-84 Siemiller, Roscoe, 74-94 Siiota, Barbara Jean, 41 Sims, Russell, 41-94 Simons, Bethel, 60-78-81-87-90-119 Sisson, Elizabeth, 41-118 Sisto, Darlene, 60-96-119 Slater, Gayle, 41-85 Slavens, Joy, 67-90-118 Smith, Alvin, 73 Smith, Eddie, 60-79 Smith, Larry, 23-65 Smith, Loretta, 28-41-89-93-97-98-108 Snook, Darlene, 60-90-92-93-116 Soli, Myrna, 74-85-94 Soli, Randy, 65-94 Sparks, Wally, 42-88-124-127 Sparow, Charlene Luttrull, 26-42-96 Spears, Austin Wayne, 74 Spencer, Loretta, 71 Spratt, JoAnne, 71 Spurgeon, Don, 42 Stafford, Elic, 60 St. Clair, Shirley, 11-42-89-93 Staley, Joe, 42 Steenhout, Willard, 60 Stein, LaMona, 73-94 Stein, Shirley, 60-90-93 Stephens, Billie, 67 Stewart, Phillis, 42-92-116 Stoddard, Celeste, 71-91-119 Stokes, Peg, 22-23-24-28-42-53-93-104 INDEX lContinued1 Stone, Rosalee, 60-90-91-95-98 Stredwick, Gary, 60-128 Struminski, Sharrell Britton, 42 Struhbar, Gary, 79 Stupin, Bill, 64-68-84-92-116-117-124 128 Sturgis, Marilyn, 73-119 Sullivan, Bob, 43-92-102-116-117-130 Sullivan, Kathy, 73-85-117-119 Sullivan, Michael, 60-119 Sullivan, Maureen, 72-119 Surrey, Mickey, 43-118 Surrey, Richard, 83-65-128 Sutton, Leora, 20-60-72 Swank, Leon, 26-43-88-112-116-117 124-126 Swanson, Don, 43-79-88-124 Sylvester, Vernon, 128 T Tabler, Jan, 64-68-90-95 Taylor, Bob, 21-78-102 Taylor, Everett, 23-43-79-88-98-111 1 16-124-127 Taylor, Harriet, 43-87 Taylor, John, 73 Martha, 20-60-85-1 16-117 Taylor, Taylor, Roy, 66 Taylor, Ruby, 73-80 Tenbusch, Patricia, 66-119 Twilliger, Roberta, 66-90-118 Thien, Ginger, 71-78 Thomas, Kathy, 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