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May '36 Class Issue
v I N
By fhe S+uden+s of
TIGARD UNION HIGH SCHOCL
We have chosen supersfifion as fhe fheme of 'rhe Annual
of Ninefeen Hundred and Thirfy-Six. Supersfifion influ-
ences many lives in some manner or form, and an in-
fluence so greaf is worfhy of considerafion as a fheme.
Scienfific and social workers have labored diligenfly for
years fo denounce supersfifious beliefs and modern prop-
aganda. Perhaps fhere is no specific means of recogniz-
ing fhe insidious influence unfil 'rhe resulfs are made
manifesf fo all. The chief enemy of mankind is ignorance.
God did nof give us brains fo be slavish followers of every
variefy of dope, swindle. fallacy and prejudice. The only
anfidofe 'ro fhis poison is deeper knowledge and wider
Alas! The world of old-fime beliefs is crumbling and fhe
youfh of foday is an imporfanf facfor in fhe process. The
die is casf: fhe book is wriffen fo be read now or by
posferify. If may well waif a cenfury for a reader-since
Fafher Time has waifed many years for a Senior Class
fhaf possesses a scienfific affifude of mind fowards
We dedicafe 'rhe TI-U Annual of I936, in general, lo our
reading public because you are our friends and give us
sincere cooperalion along all lines of school progress.
We owe much +o you.
We dedicafe 'rhe Tl-U Annual of l936, in parficular, +0
Mrs. Alice Gregg, a +eacher who has given an unlimi+ed
amounl of her 'ralenls and 'rime lo 'lhe sfudenfs of Tigard
Union High School. and who, by her unfailing help and
cooperafion. has helped +o bring lhe slandards of lhe
school +0 Hs high degree of excellence.
We owe much 'ro you.
A Gnarled Tree-a Dog--a Moon
Will the baying dog gel' If soon?
A su erinfendenf-a faculfy-and classes
- u a I ea e .
ADMINISTRATION and CLASSES
Tup Row: ll. Jrim-s, H, lme-ily.
Middle Row: IU. Elsner, H. Stewart.
hmlum I' NI l pmuns,l I I
BOARD OF EDUCATION
Dan A. Jones, Chairman . Tigard
H. E. Leedy, Clerlc . lvlelzger
Frilz Elsner . . Bend
H. E. Slewarl . Melzger
M. S. Koopman . Durham
G. lvl. Leslie . . . Tigard
The Board of Educalion of Tigard Union High School is composed of live members
They represenl 'rhe various dislricls which malce up lhe union clislricl. i
These men are elecled by lhe communily lo give lheir lime lo lhis worlc.
The Board meels regularly and discusses school affairs and aclivilies, and acls upon
The lacully and sludenl body have always found The Board lo be friends and sup-
porfers ol all progressive measures, and lhe Ti-U Slall is pleased lo give recognilion
To our esleerned School Board.
SUPERI NTENDENT FOWLER
Philosophers and scholars have fold us for cenfuries on end Thai youlh is fhe mosl
exacling of all ages. He is old enough To respecl his own desires and ideas, and To
show incredulily 'foward +he ideas of his elders. Noihing more need be said in making
one realize +he innumerable good qualifies necessary in fhe characler of +he man who
leads and carries on an organizafion of youlhs. l-le musi noi only be 'rhe iudge, buf
The jury: and above Thai he mus'r be an all-seeing diplomal, +0 whom age means
nolhing, and a sfudenf of human nafure +o correclly inlerpref lhe quirks of a sfudenl
mind. Add 'ro fhese nec:essi+ies, lhose assels of genialiry. good humor and lrue com-
panionship, and The sum will show lhe personal equaliong fhe man, The leader, lhe
friend, all combined +0 make our Superinlendenl, Mr. Fowler. The Annual of I936
desires To pay sincere Tribule fo The Senior's besl friend.
THE EDUCATIGNAL DEPARTMENTS
6-Hislory . Smnh
7-Domesfic Science . Summers
8-Public Speaking . 'lljlslen
9-Social Science . lglrsillin
Alhleiics . Wunderli
Black and Chinese Red
Rosebuds and Lillies of Ihe Valley
Cul of School Life: Info Life's School
Masier of human deslinies am I,
Fame. love and forfune on my foo+s+eps wail.
Ci+ies and fields I walk: I peneirale
Deserls and seas remole, and passing by
Hovel and Mar? and Palace-soon or lafe
I knoclc unbidden once al every gale!
If sleeping wake: if Ieasfing, rise before
I Turn away. I+ is The hour of fale.
And Ihey who follow me reach every s+a+e
Morlals desire, and conquer every foe
Save deaihi buf Those who doubf or hesilale
Condemned 'ro failure. penury, and woe,
Seek me in vain and uselessly implore
I answer nof, and l refurn no more!
ALLISON, 4iElll'l'lll'IlE l
"A meek and lIl0fI9Nf nmiden, '
"I have no worldly 4-are-n."
"Genius ls n 4-ulnu-ity for hurll work."
"l'ersnnality is his wealth."
Pulrliv Speaking Uluh
Puhllv Speaking' Play
Student. Body l'resiflent
"In henrl us lnrge ns holly."
DA VIS, IIADBE RT
"Carefree spirit sllnws n lumpy life."
Hunie Ev. l'lnb
"The nllltlest manners: the gentlest
Puhllr Speaking Uluh
Home Ee. Club
.X LLISI DN. .I AMES
"Merry as ll rippleml luke, hut just
us lleen In volume,"
Pnlllif' Snenklnif t'luh
Adv. Public Snenklng Pllly
A NIIE USUN. TED
Ullightfnl ntuhlmrnness slum'-4 lnlght
Pulrlim- Speaking l'lull
Pnhlic Speaking Play
"Of thee l sin,-41"
"M:niden! with the dark In-nwn eyes
FLA RK, ETILEL
"Aly tongue within my lips I reign
"A umm in guml rn-mule.
HUIIIH Ee. I'lulu
ICLSNIC Il, I YA X
"Iiuo4l Innnor is at llfe l'IlXlt'lI.,'
I-Ixnerulll 'l'lp:u-rs Uluh
Publiu Speaking' l'lnh
"l'rllNlIll'HN is his plvxisulri-I."
ElllPI'P1l from Grunt
Hi Shuts Stuff
"'I'e-rnslrlmrl-'N own 1llllll.KlllPI'.H
"Always rf-only to ilu his part."
lllllllf' I-lr, Club
"lllivlllg'e-lu-v IIIHKPN good will."
llllllll' Er, Cluh
"lla-uuty springs from within,"
l'ubll4- Snvuking Club
"'l'o1ul lliillffo-l'f-lui-Q in ihr- world
l'lIliPl'l-'ll from ll1IN!'lllll'lI
i"l'ln- rnullous S+-liloln Q-rr."
Hiunv Ev, Club
"A merry lwurt goes all the iluy
Publix' Sp:-uking Club
'Prnnsfer from ilrnnt
"Why are-n't they ull Clllllklllt likv
Home Ev Club
"Full of swevt imlifferemle-Z
ll friend to all."
Puhliv Spa-akin: Club
Pulrlli' Speaking: Plny
HRA PVE R, ROBERT
"He wvurs his wisdom lightly."
Publix- Speaking Club
HA Rl!.lNG'1'l DN, ALVA
"More rvspe-i'tvil by wurlil than by
Public- Speaking Club
HICDRICK Chl N'l'0N
"None hut he 1-ould he his equal."
Public' Sui-faking! Club
"A real man: he who sings at all timPS."
Vive President of Student Body
"Her slnlle ls 4-lllld-like and bland."
"She Inns an indefinuble charm."
Vive President ot' llirl's League
Home Em-. Club
"A reudy snllle, ll 4-beerful word."
Home Ev. Club
"Glad with the gladness of a bird."
State Typing Contest
County Typing' Contest
Avcomuuniment in Music Tournament.
"Talent runs on silent wheels."
"Quality ls held ln small b0unLlurIes."
Tnulsferred from Banks
Public Speaking Club
Adv. Public' Speaking Play
"A emnpunnd of frulie and fun."
"Judge not by exterior alone."
Transferred from Coquilll-
Public Speaking' Club
Ass't Business Munuger
"Her words ure trusty heralds."
Girls League Vresiclent
"impulsive, earnest, prmnnt tn net
Home Ev. Club
"Her sunshine sm-utters the shadows
Entered from Nebraska
"A buslness wnnmn I would be."
"Happy mn I, from r-ure I'ln free."
Home Ee. Club
"'I'hlnk- than speak."
Hl Spots Editor
Adv. I'nbll1'Sw-aklm: Play
"lrlIllp:vnt and 1-xxn-ting ls she-."
Publis' Sm-aklng' Ulnh
Adv, Publlc SDl'llklllK' l'lay
llnnw Ev, Pluh
"Qnnllty. not quantity, nf sp:-f-nh."
Pnblla- Nm-aklng' Uluh
Pnhlh- Sm-aklng' Play
"My shoulders he-ar a thousand 1-are-s,"
Hmne Ev. t"lnh
tllrls Lvnznr- Svargvnt at Arms
"With he-r dimples she- I-harms all."
Adv, Pnhllv Slllqlklllk' Play
"'l'he-rv la nn wlsdnm llkv franlanvssf'
SAUNDEILS, FLA RENPE
"l.vmrth nf pn-1-sm-1-tlve as wrll as
l'uhllu Speaking l'lnh
"I mnke my Dl'9hl9lll'b' known."
Pnhllc Speaking Club
"As good as fair."
Pnhllr Speaking Club
Adv. Public' Speaking' Plny
"Tull, stately, qnln-t tn a fault."
"Snr-1-ess he'll have at any urine."
Entered from Echo High School
"Sllanve is wisdom: I am silent."
Transferred from Wheeler
"l.vt's see you laugh. nnylmdy can cry
Stnde-nt Body Treasurer
May Feta Attendant
"Marry nnd hllthe she ls."
l'nhllv Speaklnx Club
Ilunn- Ev. Club
"No man is better than his best."
Puhlh- Sur-akin: Club
"Still at-liievinz: Still Illlfillillg.
Public Sneakluc Play
I'ublle Speakinc Club
A miniature of lnvelim-ss."
Publlr- Speaking Club
Atlv. Publlv Sneakiu: Play
Sem-retary of l2irl's League
"I ani unique in that I know niyst-lf."
Public' Speaking Club
"Sweet Pleasant, and llllllSSIIllliIlZ."
"One of ZPIIIIIS unvoufine1l."
Publlr' Sneakins: Seeretary
Publlv Sneakim: Club
Adv. Pnbllt- Speaking Play
"Stuflious of ease is be."
Public' Speaking Club
"Hidden always. but he does his part
Publix- Speaking Cluh
Home Ee. Club
"He knows what he likes."
Stage Manager for Senior Play
"Blank eyes with a wnnrlrou: t'I'lRI'lll,'
S'1'EI'll.l'I, A IITHITR
HSDOFYSIIIRIIIIKO prow:-ss ix lured by all
Student Body I'arlinnu-ntarinn
"Her vnlve was ever nuft and lf1w."
Transferred from Grant
"Ever quiet and r-harmin:.'."
Publix- Speaking Club
Adv. I'ubllf- Speaking Play
In Sepfember, ninefeen fhirfy-fwo,
Sixfy-nine imps of greenish hue
Enfered fhis cavern af one fime.
To learn fhe magic fricks sublime.
Tricks of figures, of speech, of charm.
Tricks, designed well, fo disarm
Ignorance. and if's resulfs.
Then each and every imp exulfs
When he overcomes his fear,
And passes his subiecfs of fhe year.
The second year was nof so load
As fhe previous one fhey'd had.
Their green complexions were nof so brighf
This facf filled fhem wifh glad delighf.
So self-imporfance reigned each mind
As if does wifh youfh so blind.
Yef self-improvemenf helped fhem all
In coming fhrough wifhouf a fall.
So fhey passed fhe grade anon.
And anofher year was gone.
The nexf ferm saw fhem back again.
Sfudying magic. nof all in vain,
Alfhough a few fhings bofhered fhem.
Things fhaf 'rhey would feign condemn:
The irksome ghosf of Will Shakespeare
In English class would off appear.
And dreaded Caesar's wraifh was seen
By Lafin sfudenfs dull or keen.
Buf all fheir classes fhey affend,
And soon fhe year was af an end.
Now came fhe final year af Iasf.
If came so slowly, yef so fasf.
Our "imps" now had anofher name
"Seniors"-a word denofing fame.
All fheir fricks +hey'd masfered well.
For Ignorance I'hey'd folled fhe knell.
Amloifion, courage, wifhouf duress.
Filled 'rheir fhoughfs wifh eagerness.
Sixfy-nine craffsmen, fried and frue.
Bidding fhe cavern a fond adieu.
THE GHOST'S PARADE
THE GHOST THE BOGIE THE I-IAUNT THE GRJOAN THE REINCARNATION
Gertrude Allison "Gertie" Sherwood "May I wait on you?" XVaitress
James Allison "Jimmy" Newberg "Let's give nine for the team." Yell king
Marie Anderson "Marie" Tigard "Gee, I dunno." Stenographer
'I'ed Anderson "Swede" Sherwood "I just come over." Farmer
Robert Barney "Bob" Tigard "Unaccustomed as I am to speaking." Snorer
Millie Becvar "Millushka" Garden Home "Now in Bohemia-." American
Emanuel Bechtel "Manny" Sherwood "Hello, you'al1." Bachelor
Jack Blankinshlp "Jack" Tigard "Oh yeah!" Junk dealer
Alma Blue "Alma" Tigard "An he Says i0 me-." Manicurlst
Richard Borchers "Dick" Sherwood "Let's have order ln here." Cheese maker
Ethel Clark "Ethel" Bend "I really don't know." Housewife
Robert Davis "Bob" Durham "Oh me." Cook
Stewart Donaldson "Stew" Sherwood "Hey, wait a minute!" Sailor
Peronlce Ego "Peroney" Newherg "What ?" Pie baker
Ivan Eisner "Ivan" Bend "W'e-e-ll now, le's see." Swiss yodeler
James Ersted "Jim" Metzger "I firmly believe that-." Boss
Marvin Finley "Marvin" Tigard "Mon chere." Policeman
Vera Fish "Babe" Sherwood "Oh, nuts!" Blues singer
Joe Fowler "Joseph" Tigard "Is there a second to the motion?" Peanut vender
David Funk "Dave" Sherwood "Is my face red." Fish vender
Jessie Galbreath "Jessie" Sherwood "More work." Usher-ette
Thelma Galbreath "Thelma" Sherwood "Another day." A school nu1'rn1
Eunice Gault "Gault" Metzger "I feel so silly." Latin teacher
Nancy Gholson "Nan" Bend "Hello everybody." Maiden aunt
Robert Grover "Bob" Tigvard "Plenty of time." Hill billy
XVilliam Hampton "Bill" Tualatln "Either way will do." ,Iugglgr
Alva Harrington "Alva" Sherwood "What good is it?" Weather man
Louise Harrison "Lizzie" Durham "Oh, that typing." Ballet dancer
Cllnton Hedrick "Clinton" Metzger "I am not guilty." Gigolo
Donald Hite "Donny" Sherwood "I will now sing-." Spirltugllgt
Amber Holtz "Holtz" Bend "Heh-heh, I don't care." Cosmetif-inn
Esther Jacobsen "Esther" Tigard "Tee-hee." Movie actress
Melvin Jenkins "Jenks" Sherwood "VVe need advertising." Lochinvap
Virginia Jensen "Jensen" Tigard "I can do lt." Musician
Dorothy Johnson "Johnny" Garden Home "Girls, let's have order." Nurse
Hazel Johnson "Hazel" Durham "What next?" Jon,-nnlint
Matilda Kovach "Tillie" Tigard "I'd just as soon be frank." Hair dl-gngpr
Margie Langer "Margie" Sherwood "TyDP'iyDB-type." Seamstress
Mildred Lubker "Milly" Tigard "I never saw a hill before." Monntnin n1nn1,p,-
Louis Lunstedt "Louis" Tigard "How funny." Sleep dmnonsh-afar
Dorothy Martin "Dorothy" Sherwood "Please may I?" Fnrnnq-'M wifp
George Mutsuura "Yorgy" Sherwood "You ain't paid yet." Harmonica gn-tint
Rose McPherson "Rosie" Tlgard "Boy, am I mild!" Police matron
Robert Mitchell "Bob" Tlgard "I have to write an edltorlal." I'rinter's devil
Robert Moore "Bob" Tizard "Ohhhh-gawsh." Social buhp
Alice Mulloy "Alice" Tualatln "I only got 98 ln that test." Missionary
Maxine Nixon "Zena" Bend "XVell, it was fun anyway." Model
Frederick Nystrom "Fritz" Durham "I may have a fever." Medi:-ine man
Lucille Petersen "Lucy" Tigard "I don't know." Housewife
Dorothy Powell "Dotty" Garden Home "Everybody ready ?" Instructor
Kenneth Price "Kenney" Sherwood "I will make the grade." Florist
Kathleen Ramsby "Dimples" Tigard "I'm so abused." Crognep
Jack Ross "Jacky" Tualatin "Yesslr." Captain
Kathryn Ross "Katy" Tualatin "I'll say so." Dancer
Robert Rue "Bob" Tigard "Hi-ya, touts." Piano Mover
Clarence Saunders "Saunders" Sherwood "Have some garlic?" Professor
Helen Scheckla ichecklan Durham "I haven't time." Toe danger
Ervln Schlicting ' win" Sherwood "I shall try." Crimlnologlst
Henry Shmidt "Heine" Tlgard "Aw, now." Carpenter
Evelyn Sherk "Evvy" Sherwood "Just swallow this." Poultry woman
Kenneth Shumway "Wimpy" Durham "VVhere's the thunder?" Chess player
Virginia Sims "Jinny" Metzger "Oh, I'm scared." Bacteriologlst
Helene Smith "Helen" Metzger "Uh-uh." Avian-ix
Howard Spencer "Howard" Metzger "How do you spell-?" Detective
Arthur Steele "Art" Tlgard "I don't need no slip." Inventorf?l
Dorothy Tetrlck "Dot" Garden Home "I hate to respond." Knltter
Dorothy Twiss "Dorothy" Tigard "Pardon m'e." Iynpgrgonntln-
Dorothy Upchurch "Dot Up" Garden Home "Where's my paint brush?" Cartoonlst
Helen Vershuln "Helen" Tigard "Calm yourself." Interior depqrator
THE PHANTOM WILL
Through fhe wind-driven. rain swepf nighf, fhree figures crepf furfively foward an
apparenfly vacafed huf far off fhe beafen pafh. SiIen+Iy, fhe leader sfepped +o fhe
fore and beaf a curious faffoo upon fhe door of The huf. His hands no sooner leff
Ihe sill fhan lhe door opened sfeadily and silenfly, and a muffled figure, all in black.
moiioned quickly for fhem fo enfer. Swiffly 'rhey obeyed, and fhe door closed silenfly,
ominouslyf leaving fhem wifh a muffled old man.
The room was oppressive, dark, and yef filled wifh an efhereal Iighf which made
obiecfs visible while apparenfly in darkness. And such obiecfs! Crysfals, huge fables,
and, sifuafed as fhough for decorafion, replicas of black cafs and bafs, realisfically
seffled in affifudes of repose.
Silenfly fhe old man mofioned fhe fhree 'ro seafs around a fancifully carved fable.
"My friends," came his voice, "you need nof 'fell me your obiecf for visiI'ing here.
Thaf, I already know. You wish fo 'ralk fo fhe deceased, fhe class of '36, which has
passed ouf of fhe life of high school. You wish +o know of any assefs fo which you
mighf fall heir fo. Verily, if shall be." The voice faded, 'rhe faloned hand of 'Ihe man
soffly fouched 'lhe images on fhe fable, and insfanfly fhe room clouded wifh a suffocaf-
ing afmosphere. A voice, powerful, permeafing, and apparenfly coming from no
direclion whafever, smofe upon fhem.
"Hella, classmafes of Tigard. There are many 'rhings Ieff you by fhis deceased one,
which will do you many good furns in fhe fufure. Lisfen carefully, fhaf you mighf hear
everyfhing of value. We hereby leave you:
"Sporfsmanship, a requisife fhroughoul' life, of as high a sfandard as fhe moonlif
nighf is silver.
Purify of soul and mind fo face a problemafical world, wi+hou'r wavering from fhe
sfraighf and narrow info 'Ihe black and unknown realms of clecepfion and guile.
"Youfh and vigor, for we hope you will always remain young, and as acfive as fhe
efforfless movemenf of phanfoms.
Courage of fhe sfrongesf fype, fo confronf and overcome Ihe mysferies of life as
frue acf overcomes supersfifion.
Independence of body and spirif, so you may depend on self, noi' on some deceiver.
whose mind could well be compared +o fhe crooked and abysmal confines of a
Courfesy of spirif and acfion, for life is a maffer of appearance and acfion, and nof
fo be iudged parfially in The direcfion of supersfifion and presumpfive fhoughf
Will, fo carry you fhrough danger, and face Ihe doubfful and 'rreacherous chasms
lnfelligence: for poor is fhe man who knows nof righl' from wrong, and who knows
nof how fo pick frue facfs from fhe boundless buncombe of life.
Love-above all, love and devofion, for a friendless life is a prison. Even fhe hideous
bafs and wifches of 'rhe nighf would pine away and die wifhouf companionship."
The voice paused, and fhe suffocafing afmosphere of fhe room, in some inexplicable
way, seemed fading away. Again fhe voice came, buf if was low and infinifely far in
fhe disfance. "Cherish 'rhese assefs, you of Tigard Union High School, for wifhouf
+hem life would be as dead as fhe dawn-ridden spirifs. Again I repeaf, refain fhese
inherifances, for hidden in fhem are freasures of boundless dimensions, waifing +o be
found. Now, I regreffully leave you. My life is yours no more: 'Ihe spirif of fhe
Senior Class of I936 has spoken."
DEBUNKING THE BUNK OF SUPERSTITION
Supersfifion is fhe fheme of fhe Annual of '36
We firmly believe fhaf infelligence and supersfifion will nof mix.
American youfhs are foo clever fo be fooled by bunk,
So fhe cry arises, "Down wifh all supersfifious junk."
Absurd beliefs are handed down from fhe dark pasf,
Unfil fhey become fixed nofions fhaf offen lasf.
We offen hear chaffer abouf a black caf,
A horse shoe, four leaf clover, such as fhaf.
And fhere are fhose who pick up a pin,
And for a girl fo fake fhe lasf slice of bread is a sin.
And if your palm ifches do you gef money?
Such supersfifious beliefs fo us seem funny.
Our elders say lighfning never sfrikes fhe same place fwice.
The youfh replies fhaf fhe same place isn'f fhere affer if sfrikes o
Menfal felepafhy is discredifed by Youfh.
lf is merely coincidence, and noi fhe frufh.
Have you ever seen fhe ground hog on February 'rhe second?
The dafe on which fhe lengfh of winfer is so reckoned.
lf is high prices fhaf makes fish brain food, insfead of meaf.
And a square iaw means no more fhan big feef.
Andy Gump has an exfremely receding chin.
Deferminafion? Does he nof say "No" 'ro Min.
Some forefell 'rhe weafher by sensifive feefh and corns,
Buf fhe weafher man is sfill reading 'rhe baromefer of morns.
l-laven'+ you always 'rhoughf fhaf red hair means violenf femper?
Science says blonds and bruneffes also make us whimper.
We believe fhaf The fragedy of "Ofhello" is ferrible.
For if 'reaches evil and wifchcraff fo fhe rabble.
The Wifches prophecy of Macbefh fame,
IT forecasf by you and l, resulfs would be fhe same
Your misforfune, your luck, was nof caused by bunk,
Old beliefs can be discarded as so much iunk.
You are nof supersfifious, neifher are we,
Buf if will keep us working new ideas fo see.
SENIOR DRESS-UP DAY
irul run: .I. Allison, E. Slu-rk, 'l'. Anile-rsrnl. ll. Sp:-In-1-l'. .l. I4'mvlvx'.
'nd rum: IT. Fish, li, Ilumsluy, XVn-1l1lim.:ut'tln- Doll, lb, I'lN'lllll'l'll.
st rmv: Ii WVit1'ln-S, In.'4-rt IC. llalult, IJ. Ilitv, Napoli-on Group.
Front Row: K Rvunsby. M. Langer, V. Jensen. Mr. Linn, Mrs. Mullen.
Sem-ond Row: J. Blankinship, D. Johnson, D. Hite. V. Sims, D. Upchurvh,
Buck Row: R. Barney, E. Ganlt, M. Jenkins, R. Rue, J. Fowler, A. Steele
TI-U TIGER STAFF
Lilerary Eclifor . .
Business Manager .
Ass'r. Business Manager .
Adverlising Manager .
Circulafion Manager .
Classes and Organizafions
Alrhlelics . . .
Arr Edifor . .
Hi Spols Edilor . .
Assf. Hi Spofs Edilror .
Typisls . . .
Liferary Advisor .
Business Advisor .
The fellow who sifs around waifing for his ship fo come in is very likely fo find
himself 'rhe owner of a whole fleef of lhardlships.-Mr. Fowler.
Congrafulafions fo Every Senior.
The measure of success is fhe exfenf of fhe individual's service fo humanify.
Myrfle Mullen ,, '12 A I
Life is a learning and forgeffing.-Wunderlich. "I ' 'flmi
There is nofhing so kingly as kindness, and nofhing so royal as frufh.-F. Weaver.
"There are no fricks fo fhe plain and simple frufh."-Ferne Boyles.
As fhe child is eclucafed. fhe adulf's inclined.--Glenn L. Linn.
To fhe Seniors of I936.
May you refain fhe ardor and vifalify, fhe confidence and fhe inifiafive. fhaf you,
as a class, have displayed 'rhroughouf your high school career, and success is cerfain
fo be yours.-Miss Eickmeyer.
if is well fo realize fhaf nofhing worfh while is ever had for nofhing. For skill, we
pay wifh our efforf. For failure, we pay wifh our sense of fufilify. Nafure is iusf.
Wishing you much luck and success.-Mrs. Elwerf.
Your deeds counf more fhan your words.-Coach Smifh.
The world is a ladder for some fo climb up and some fo climb down. So, Seniors.
keep righf on climbing fo greafer success.-Chrisfina Summers.
To fhe Seniors:
May every nofe in your "Song of Life" creafe a pure and everlasfing harmony.
To know whaf we know. and know whaf we do noi' know-fhaf is undersfanding.
Represenfing fhe sfudenf body, I give fhe Seniors my hearfiesf congrafulafions, and
wish fhem fhe besf of success.-Jack Blankinship.
My hearffelf fhanks for a year of splendid cooperafion and service, and besf wishes
for fufure happiness.-Joe Fowler.
Congrafulafions, good luck, and God speed you!-Boydell Nedry.
THE SENIOR CODE OF THREES
Three 'fhings fo govern-femper. fongue and conducf.
Three fhings fo culfivafe-courage. affecfion and genfleness.
Three fhings fo commend-fhriff, indusfry and prompfness.
Three fhings fo wish for-healfh, friends, and confenfmenf.
Three fhings fo work for-securify, independence and happiness.
Three fhings fo admire-dignifry, gracefulness .and honesfy.
Three fhings fo give-air, comforf, nice appreciafion.
THE PERSONAL EQUATION
Vol. IX TIGARD HIGH SCHOOL, MAY ??, 1936
'36 SENIQJBS WHIP ANNUAL JINX
ON HONOR ROLL
Completing four successful
years of high school, nine senior
students have carved their names
in the niche occupied by the
honor students. Nine honor stu-
dents from a class of 69 is a
very good percentage, showing
that, not only are the teachers
of Tigard capable of instructing
the students, but the students
are capable of extensive study
and concentration and have very
satisfactorily finished their high
school course. The students with
excellent grades are: Alice Mul-
loy, Bob Barney, Jim Ersted,
Louise Harrison, Eunice Gault,
Nancy Gholsnn, Joe Fowler,
Evelyn Sherk, and Margie
These honor students also rep-
resent a great number of stu-
dents of the whole school to
QContinued on page 35
With the end of the Com-
mencement Services on May 29
the seniors place behind them
the second milestone in the high-
way of life. Grade school was
the first, high school, the sec-
ond, and, if college is not to
be the third, a direct road to
the business world will be fol-
lowed. They will then be on
their own, to follow the high-
way as they like. They may
proceed fast and recklessly, slow
and fearfully, or moderately and
CContinued on page 41
The 1936 Annual, as well as
the '36 Seniors, will always have
the distinction of having reached
their quota, 200, on the day set
to close the quota sales. Some
last-minute campaigning in the
auditorium by the class presi-
dent brought forth the necessary
two or three purchasers needed
to put the sales over the top.
james Allison, by dint of hard
work and excellent salesmanship,
captured the awards given, by
the large sum of 24 Annuals.
The other Seniors cooperated
splendidly, too, in securing the
In order to carry out the
theme of Superstition for the
Annual, the date for the end of
the sales contest was set for Fri-
day, December the thirteenth:
thus allowing 28 days for the
ambitious Seniors to sell their
The students also decided to
award a banner to be used only
by the classes reaching their
quota on time.
The instructors of Tigard
have been a great help to the
graduating seniors during their
school days, and they wish to
use this opportunity to thank
the teachers from the bottom of
their hearts. The seniors will
always cherish their friendship,
and the aid they have given the
fContinued on page 3l
jack Blankinship, Kathleen
Ramsby, Arthur Steele, Joe Fow-
ler, Donald Hite, Dorothy John-
son, and Robert Barney.
Donald Hite, Marvin Finley,
Dorothy Upchurch, Virginia
Sims, Virginia Jensen, Robert
Rue, and Joe Fowler.
Kathryn Ross, Virginia Sims,
Donald Hite, Dorothy Upchurch,
Bob Moore, Vera Fish, and
Marvin Fi n I e y, Kathleen
Ramsby, Evelyn Sherk, Nancy
fContinued on page 41
"Out of School Life Into Life's
School" aptly expresses the am-
bitions of the seniors today and
tomorrow. In high school, they
have trained themselves com-
mercially and in literature, re-
ceiving the fundamentals for
their future schooling either in
college or in Life's School. Some
have learned an appreciation of
literature, some, of music, and
some, of drawing. Each of these
will aid in relaxation or in over-
coming some disappointment,
unless these studies become vo-
The seniors are well prepared
for the future, each having
made use of the advantages of-
, fered in high school.
NrN'rH ANNUAL H1-Svors
The Pep-banner, a perennial
award, was won by the seniors
at the football rally. After a
day of hard labor by the fresh-
men, in a cold wind, the rally
bonfire was stacked. However,
that was only a portion of the
activities. Each class practiced
its stunt to be given on rally
night, and the band was busy
polishing the brass. At last,
HaIlowe'en Night, the eve of
the Forest Grove game, arrived.
The program consisted of a skit
from each class, band pieces,
SUCCESS OF HI-SPOTS
For the first time since 1932,
the students of Tigard pub-
lished, semi-monthly their school
paper known as the Hi-Spots.
Under the skilled supervision of
three advisors, Miss Boyles, Miss
Weaver, and Mr. Linn, the pub-
lication proved successful in
both a literary and financial
The distribution of the four-
page Hi-Spots was eagerly con-
templated on every second Tues-
day afternoon by approximately
190 subscribing members and
non-members of the student
Several seniors took part in
producing this paper, and the
publication met with approval
after having lain on the shelves
for the past three years.
It has been the custom each
year for the teachers to give
the seniors a breakfast on the
Thursday before graduation. Al-
though it has not been definite-
ly decided to have one this year,
if they do, it will be on the
twenty-eighth of May. Teachers,
forming various committees, will
prepare the food for the break-
fast, after which the students
will be instructed in the ways
of properly conducting them-
selves during the Commence-
The first Senior Dance was
held in the high school gymnasi-
um on October 25, the dancers
filling the floor to capacity. The
decorations carried out the Su-
perstition idea of the seniors,
and also agreed with the season,
for it was very near to the time
of ghosts and goblins, Hallow-
e'en. The walls were hung
with black cats and witches rid-
ing brooms while the lights sup-
ported black and orange crepe
streamers. Numerous pumpkins
and apples lined the floor at the
foot of the stage, giving the au-
ditorium a very festive appear-
ance. It is hoped that the sec-
ond Senior Dance will equal the
The second Senior Dance will
probably agree with its season,
and be a sport dance.
The important events of the
Senior Dance, Sophomore Pro-
gram, Rally Night.
Carnival, Public Speaking
Christmas Cantata, Public
Speaking Play "Has Anyone
Seen Jean?", Football Ban-
quet, Girls' Bazaar.
Junior Prom, Hi-Y Program,
Girls' League Mothers' Party.
Commercial Program, Senior
Play "Mystery House."
Senior Dress-Up Day, State
Typing Contest, County Typ-
ing Contest, Music Tourna-
ment, Dramatics Play "Guess
Again," Public Speaking Play
"The Alley Daffodillf'
May Day, Second Senior Play
"Home Again Harry," Oper-
etta "Lucky jade," Senior-
Junior Picnic, Freshman-
The Seniors have established
many precedents to be upheld by
future classes. They not only
started an Annual Banner to be
given to the classes who reach
their quota on time, but they
also reached their quota on time,
thus being the first flass to get
their name on the banner.
They furnished an editor and
several assistants for the reviv-
al of the Hi-Spots, and started
a Hi-jinks Program to bring
forth our talented students.
Several Oregon colleges, State
Schools and Independent Uni-
versities alike, will award seven
or eight scholarships to deserv-
ing '36 seniors. Those receiving
scholarships must have excellent
grades, and must make their ap-
in time enough to al-
low those awarded and not used
or those unapplied for to be
given to some deserving stu-
dents, in either this high school
To receive a scholarship is
not only an honor, but it helps
to defray college expenses and
it gives one the business prestige
of a diligent person.
The seniors have decided that
as a body, they will assemble
after graduation. The date set
for the reunion is August 30,
1936, and the place is Roamers'
Rest. A committee chosen from
the class will send out invita-
tions as reminders a few days
before the reunion.
CHARGE OF THE
Half a league, half a league,
Pass it-oh, pretty!
"Let's have another one!"
That's the crowd's ditty.
CContinued on page 41
Sophomore Picnic, Commence-
ment, Second Senior Dance.
NINTH ANNUAL H1-SPoTs
THE MYSTERY HOUSE
The senior class presented
their first annual play, "The
Mystery House," March 27, un-
der the capable direction of Mrs.
Mullen. The play was good
and was declared a success from
all points of view. It was a
mystery comedy, having every-
thing from a black cat to a very
The leads were portrayed by
Robert Barney, an author, Kath-
leen Ramsby his wife. Remain-
ing characters were: Donald
Hite, relative, Rorothy Up-
church, relative, Eunice Gault,
relative, Melvin Jenkins, poet,
Maxine Nixon, maidg Alva
Harrington, executorg jim Ers-
tecl, relative, and George Mat-
suura, taxi driver.
SENIOR JUNIOR PICNIC
The seniors are looking for-
ward to the traditional Senior-
junior Picnic for this year, but,
as ever, the final decision rests
with the juniors. In former
years, the picnic has been held
at Oswego lake, with boating,
swimming, tennis, hiking, and
eating as the favorite sports. It
is hoped that the tradition will
be followed and Oswego lake
will be selected as each gradu-
ating class seems to leave a
pleasant memory there, which is
felt by the following graduates.
Tigard's Glee Club successful-
ly presented their annual oper-
etta May 15 titled "The Lucky
The characters were: Downs,
Bob Moore, Mrs. Courtney,
Lesta Gillihang Liza, Kathleen
Ramsby, Nancy and Jeanne,
Babe Fish and Mary Jane
Miles, Col. Waverly, Bert
Sagersg Herbert, Bill, and Ted,
Howard Hedrick, Carl Berlin,
and Don Singletary, John En-
dicott, Don Hiteg Mary Ann
Courtney, Millie Becvarg Fan-
chon, Kathryn Ross, Mr. Court-
ney, Kenneth Owreyg Horace
The 1935 football team had a
very successful year, having won
five games and lost only four.
The coach had a number of
good prospects for the season,
with the return of most of last
year's lettermen and second
string. The players made an
exceptionally good showing on
the home field, and a good
showing on other fields. The
second team gained experience
in several games called for
them, and those returning give
promise of a strong team for
Closely following the football
season came a successful siege
of basketball, the Tigard team
having a place at the top of the
county list. This year's team
has far excelled the previous
year's team as a number of last
year's players have returned to
play as veterans. Being second
in the county league entitles
Tigard to a place in the county
tournament at McMinnville.
Last year's baseball team won
all but three games. The team
was well-balanced and coordin-
ated perfectly throughout the
season. The baseball season was
paralleled by the track season,
Tigard being represented in this
sport even though we had no
ON HONOR ROLL
lContinued from page lj
have their names placed on the
periodic honor roll, as a matter
of fact, their percentage is a
good deal larger than those of
other classes. They have man-
aged to hold their own during
four years of high school.
CContinued from page lj
students will remain a valued
asset to be used later in their
Ferguson, joe Fowler, Sheriff,
Marvin Finley, and a chorus
consisting of the remainder of
the glee club.
HOME AGAIN HARRY
The second senior play, a
three act comedy, entitled "Home
Again Harry," was presented
May 1, directed by Mrs. Mullen.
The plot developed around the
mistaking of Stuart Worthing-
ton, fugitive bride groom, for
Harry Lennon, author of "The
The cast included Nancy
Gholson, jack Blankinship, Eve-
lyn Sherk, joe Fowler, James
Allison, Virginia Sims, Helen
Vershum, Art Steele, Kathryn
Ross, Robert Rue, Alice Mulloy,
and Emanual Bectal.
sale of student body tick-
this year met with great
About eighty per cent
student body purchased
each class spurred on to
the buying of more by the hope
of winning the banner awarded
for the class having the greatest
percentage of sales.
The senior class was success-
ful in winning the banner, as
was last year's senior class, by
a very large number of pur-
chases. Some bought theirs in
support of the school, others, to
take part in sports.
DO YOU THINK?
So often young people of high
school age or thereabouts will
either accept a fact or make a
statement without due thought
and consideration. To them, this
is preferable because to think
demands energy, even as a
strenuous sport requires both
physical and nervous energy. An
athlete doesn't go immediately
into the field and take part in
a sport, but he trains, builds,
and educates his body to meet
the demands to be later placed
on it. So it is with the mind.
Now, as a student, is the time
to train the mind.
Quoting Ben Jonson, "I re-
member the players have often
CContinued on page 4-J
NIN'l'lI ANNUIII. Hx-SPo'rs
IContinued from page ll
Gholson, Thelma Galbreath,
jack Blankinship, and Bob Rue.
Donald Hite, Joe Fowler, Dor-
othy Powell, and Robert Rue.
Virginia Sims, Kenneth Shum-
way, Robert Rue, Marvin Fin-
ley, and Bob Moore. ,
James Allison, and Kathleen
joe Fowler, Bob Barney, Don-
ald Hite, Stewart Donaldson,
Richard B o r c h e r s, Clarence
Saunders, Jim Ersted, Robert
Moore, and Marvin Finley.
MAY ATTENDANTS AND
Maxine Nixon, Nancy Ghol-
son, Virginia Sims, Robert Rue,
and Donald Hite.
Dorothy M a r t i n, Margie
Langer, Louise Harrison, and
Donald llite, Kathleen Rams-
by, Lesta Gillihan, Robert
Moore, Vera Fish, Millie Bec-
var, Marvin Finley, Kathryn
Ross, and joe Fowler.
DO YOU THINK?
IContinued from page 3D
mentioned it as an honor to
Shakespeare, that in his writing
Iwhatsoever he pennedj he nev-
er blotted out a line. My answer
hath been, 'Would he had blot-
ted a thonsand'," but no one
of today is a Shakespeare. One
must weigh each remark, and
study each decision.
Later, in business or home life,
each student of today will be
required to use his own judg-
mentg but how many will there
be whose decision is to be relied
upon? It is up to you, "Do you
think, are you going to learn
Dear Friends, last midnight,
whilst I read
Weird tales of vast surprise,
A spectre rose beside the bed
And spake in this true wise.
"From Utopia's beautiful coast
I've come to visit thee,
For I am Tigard's Ghost,
Says Tigard's Ghost to me.
I bade him welcome, and we
Discussed with bouyant hearts
The various things that apper-
To all the Senior Arts.
"Since you are fresh from Uto-
Pray tell me of that most
Wondrous class of sixty-nine or
Says I to Tigard's Ghost.
"The boys have entered into
For it is the life they've won.
There are no teachers to molest.
No under classmen there to dun.
Their joyous rapture has no
Beside that Utopian sea,
It is a joy to hear sounds,"
Says Tigard's Ghost to me.
Much I rejoiced to hear him
Of Senior bliss so rare
For I am one of those who seek
'Rest, without a daily care.
"But tell me, I long to know
What doth concern me most,
IAre girls admitted there also?"
Says I to Tigard's Ghost.
"Women folks are few up there
For 'twere not fair, you know,
That the boys Utopian joy
Who vexed them here at school
The few are those who have
To boys so careless and blind.
'They knew their faults, and
Says Tigard's Ghost to me.
"To my dear friends I will re-
What things I have heard you
About that Senior Class of might
fContinued from page ll
carefully, to make of themselves
what they may.
Minds well-oiled, imagination
well-greased, and a set of new
ideas will carry them far upon
the many new and broad high-
ways which will be opened to
them on the evening of Com-
lContinued from page ZH
Cheered on with shout and bell,
Nobly they played, and well,
Hear their supporters yell:
"Come on, the city!"
When shall their glory fade?
Toast them in lemonade,
Eighteen clear goals they made
While they were ableg
Theirs not to reason why,
But pass the goalie by,
And get as high as high
In the league table.
In keeping with the growth
of the community and the in-
creased enrollment of the stu-
dent body, it has been necessary
to make additions to our present
building. The new addition is
to be a gymnasium and audi-
torium with a full basement
which provides for shower and
locker rooms for the boys and
girls. Ample space has been
allowed for manual training,
which is to be added to the
course of study for this next
school year. The new gymnasi-
um and auditorium provide for
a large stage, basketball court,
and balcony. Permanent seats
are planned for the north side
of the basketball court.
Who dwells on other shores so
A better class you cannot find
Will ever join the Utopian host,
They've earned rewards and
things so kind."
Says I to Tigard's Ghost.
Front Row: E. Sfrmnquist, V. Houle, H. Gnngo, M. Fnntetti, H. XVise, R. Patterson, I. llurlon, E. Ullin, V.
DePu6. Q. Coble, B. Ehrlich.
Second Ruw: Miss liuyll-s, E. llosini-, C. Meyers, H. Thomas, G. Clark, P, 0'Neil, G. Anderson, E. Harris,
M. Hays. D. Talent. M. Jacquesa, J. Hnsuike.
Bm-k Row: li, XVils0n, 0. Graves, R. Mark, K, Dolison, H. Carson, B. Hulnn-s, ll. Juelz, O. Peterson, J
Front Row: H. Krause, L. Tooze, M. Sliierk, A. Lewallen, E. Applelrerry, H. Koopnmns, V. Montes, G. Kvllner,
Sm-oiul Row: Bliss Nash, B. Sagers, E. Olsen, M. Miner, D. Rezun, WV. Eidunsa-liink, J. Collens, K. Owrey, D.
Fortune, J. Capri. B. Selliken.
Tllirsl Row: li, Nedry, E. Collins, K. Ilnvf, E. Mackenzie, VV. Price, S. Conklin, B. Cochran, H. Bull, II.
ll:-ilrivk. J. Alnllett.
Buck Row: IL. Allen, Bl. Ypshaw, G, Moore, M. Henry, Il. Hood, J. Houle, E. Atrops, A. Ilrnnknmn, A. Meyer.
Presidenl . . T . Boydell Nedry
Vice-Presidenl Ross Pallrerson
Secrelary . Margarei l-layes
Treasurer . . Dewey Talenl'
Siudenl Council Rep. . Max Miner
Sergeanl-al-arms . Siuarl' Rhodes
T Advisors .... Miss Boyles, Miss Nash
The Junior class has successfully compleied i'rs Third year al Tigard Union High
School. The class has generously conlribuied To Jrhe afhleiic ieams, 'ro dramalic
presenlaiions, and scholarship.
The main evenl' of The school year, 'rhe Junior Prom, was enlhusiasiically planned
and presenied wiih an addiiional Tealure, The coronaiion of a queen. This proved To
be an inleresiing evenl which helped ihe dance nel a profil. The class has worked
diligenlly on 'rhe l-li-Spois, making The paper a real "high spol" in The school's
l"l-un! llow: F. Allison, M. Ihilmlllh, D. Ilullnrd, M. Cochran, J. SDPll1'Pl', L. Bond, R. Grunt, L. Clark, K. Ezell,
A. 'I'nnxnln, lt. fillllfl, R. Mntsuura, E. Ashmore
Si-i-mul Row: Mr lilnn, M. Lindley, F. Shntsky, E. Hampton, H. Johnson, A. Murtln, N. Swnlguurd, E. Anderson,
W. Mullen, N. lirnmla-I, Il. Atkinrum, I.. Mnrvllewlm, F. Hmnlnu-k, M. Fluhetls-h.
iiuvk lluw: H. Wolfe. H. Wvtzell, .l. Apple-lwrry, R. Kuvmelc, li. Sc-lnllurinir, B. White-well, L. May, H. Hardman,
ll. Ulnrk, V. Uhilsnn, I'. Gnddis, ll. VR-'l"SllUlll, S. Patton, G. Snylnr, A. Sl'lllll'lIllIl,'I.
lfrnnt Ihnv: A. llnll, M. Melius, A. BlultNlllll'3l, 'l'. Yoneyannn, R. Hvffron, D. Singflvtury, L. Di-pue, T. Mn-Intyre,
ll. Fraiig, H. Unmmings, M. Miles, XV. Bislmp, M. llnrney
si-1-mul Iww: Al. Sith-ll. tl. Bnlmuzli, Al. Shnw. S. .lense-, A. Walling, E, Ihmh-y, IC, Wimilwunl, H. Mi-Furl, Il.
Miller. lt. Sli-4-lv, N. ltog1-l's, 141. llnrrinpzlon, M. Kennedy.
I1 Nt l d
Ihu-lc Ilmv: 1'. lirelln, l'. l'Pl1'l'H0ll. F. I'nn4-k, J. Kelly, . I ix hu' , D. B411-klnnn, A. Brnnvh, F. NllllHPllkHlHlJ,
M. Smith, E. llrnluw, V. lie-mn, B. I.nwrem'v.
Presidenl .... Wilbur Bishop
Vice-Presiclenl Ollo Balogh
Secrelary . Norma Brandal
Treasurer . . Ervin Ashmore
Sludeni Council Rep. . Donald Beckham
Advisor .... Mr. Linn, Mr. Wunderlich
The sophomore class of I936 has shown unusual aloilily in alhlelics, and il was also
well represenled in many school aclivilies. A good percenlage of Jrhe sludenl on lhe
honor roll al lhe end of each six weelcs were sophomores.
During The lirsl parl of 'rhe year, 'the sophomores sponsored a very inleresiing
piclure show, which everyone enioyed. A successful skaling parly was also held. The
sophomore class has willingly cooperaled wilh all school aclivilies, and has developed
a splendid school spirii.
The Sophomore class, wilh il's large number and varied lalenls, will be compelenl
lo carry on The lradilional program always expecled from a Junior class.
Front Ilnw: E. llllin. ll, Hays, I. Haynes. Il. Moore, R. tlmuw, L. Anderson, A. Atkinson, M. Tnlnntu, F.
Adzuns. J. Clark, M. Stewart.
Sl-wnnl Huw: li, Kuopnnln, W. Mnnsfivlnl, Y. 'l'urnhuli. A. V1-'I'NlllIlll. M, Fl"l-'flilll. .L Ile-mn. M, Mnrtin, A.
BIlll'1'llt'XYk2l, I. Mnsier. M. Billlllilff, D. furry, T. Tnffurll. li. Rower, S. Yun:-ynnnx.
Tilirll Row: Mr, Smith, R. Uornwvull, U. Uohlm-, H. Olsen, li. Dlll'100, Il. Ihnfsvulil. M. Lutz. M, NVuml, II.
Aiken, M. llnlling'sw0rth, H. s0lll0Nlii, E. Poilhir-fl'.ln. J. Crosruln, J. Aviliilll.
liawli Ituiv: ID. AVill,2'l'1lVl', D. I:0l'i'll6'l'S, L. SEIIZPT, K. Avillillllw, l'. Rim-kc-1't, M, llnrris, Il. Ililyvn, L. i'ul'sh,
lilies-lim: in Front: M. Attiinns. R. Ilnviu, D, Lunstedt, E. Rogers, R. Svln-r-kin, J. Hullu-Putin.
Fl-mit Itnw: .l. Hnynes, B. Ailll'llK'?l. D. Brown, E. Johnson, I. Muck, M. Iiruim-r, XV. NVomi, J. Cooper, R.
Meyers. M. Sluyter. M. Bullard.
Sw-onnl Ituw: Miss NVeui'c-r, l', 1'ete-rsnn. E. Fm-hrimr, L. He-rmisvn, E. Staxllzlril. A. Lzuvrf-nz, 1. Gi-llrosv, D,
Hyde, R. Hurnilnrnnk, 'I', 0'IIulle-rn, A. Knlnfnte. l'. IhlfilUllllI'h9l', .I. Fm-Imls-r,
'1'hir4l Row: V. Steele. E. Hl'AlllllPl, li. Si-Ply, R. Hagen, N. l'lIlIlIlllllH,'S, P. Lnlnuhn. Il. Uonklin, A. Kvllnvr,
Y. l"hu'k. lt. llnnn, F. Zurrhfl.
11-.wk Row: J. Fulton, V. Miller, M. Ez:-il, M. Iimniully, R. Seve-rsmi, L. EilWlll'llS, M. Bullard, C, Se-Iliki-n,
.l. Rmllnnn, Il, Iilltler. 'l'. Alnnmlls. .l. Hross, R. Huvki-rn, Il. lirnuknnlll. ll. 'l'nll4-fsun.
FRESH MAN CLASS
Presidenl . Conrad Sellilcen
Vice-Presideni Lawrence Carsh
Secreiary . Jack Redmond
Treasurer . . Waller Wood
Siudenl Council Rep. Roberi Severson
Advisors . . Miss Weaver, lvir. Smilh
The Freshman Class of I936 has dislinguished iisell by being ihe largesi class ever
io enier Tigard l-ligh School, wiih an enrollmeni of I3O.
Despiie a few irying days of inilialion, which were climaxed by a royal welcome
by ihe upper classes. 'rhe freshmen seilled down io become a very imporlanl parl
of lhe sludenl group.
LITTLE JOHNNY TIGARD
LiTTle "Johnny Tigard" is come To our school To sTay,
And pick The knowledge up. and brush his ignorance away.
And scaTTer The paper on The floor. and mark The desk, and sleep.
And enjoy The Tire, eaT his lunch, and never appreciaTe his keep.
And all us oTher pupils when our lessons all is done
We sTand around The hallway and has The mosTesT Tun.
A-lisTenin' To The hookey sTories
Johnny Tells abouT.
And he says The Teacher will fail you,
If you don'T waTch ouT.
Johnny said There was a liTTle boy
VVouldn'T play The games Tair,
And when he came To school one day.
Climbing up The sTair.
The principal heard him holler,
And The coach heard him bawl.
And when They sTepped ouT in The hallway
He wasn'T There aT all.
And They seeked him in The Turnace room and laboraTory and press.
And seeked him up The aTTic hole, and every where l guess.
BuT all They ever found was, his cloThes all Torn ouT.
And The school will lose you. if you don'T waTch ouT.
And Johnny said There was a liTTle girl
Always laughed and grinned.
And made Tun of everyone, an' all her Teachers, an' sinned
And once when There was company
And loTs of Tolks was There,
She mocked Them and she shocked 'em,
And said she didn'T care.
And chewed her gum, kicked her heels,
And Turned To run, and hide.
There were Two Teachers sTanding by her side
And They bumped her head on The ceiling,
And The Teachers will bump you
If you don'T waTch ouT.
And liTTle Johnny Tigard says i
When The Teachers look aT you. .
And They begin To spuTTer and The wind goes woo-oo
And you hear The kids laugh
And know whaT They say.
And all The Tun in you is all squelched away.
You had beTTer mind your parenTs, and your Teachers Tond and dear
And cherish Them ThaT love you. and dry The salTy Tear,
Or The underclassmen will geT you, if you don'T waTch ouT.
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Front Row: Mr. Fowler. D. Johnson, K. Raxusby, Mr. Linn.
Second Row: D. Hite, J. Fowler. A. Steele, R. Cnrsnn. R. Barney. . I
Back Row: B. Nedry, J. Blnnkinship, R. Rue, D. Beckham, M. Miner, C. Selllliell, R. Scverson, XV Blshop,
Presidenl' . . Jack Blanlcinship
Vice-Presidenl . Donald l-lile
Secrelary . . Kalhleen Ramsby
Treasurer . . Bob Rue
Business Manager . . Russell Carson
Parliamenlarian . . . Arlhur Sleele
Reporler . . . Dorofhy Johnson
Freshman Represenlalive Bud Sellilcen
Sophomore Represenlalive . Donald Beckham
Junior Represenlafives . . Boydell Nedry, Maxwell Miner
Senior Represenlalives . . Joe Fowler, Bob Barney
Advisors . . . Mr. Fowler, Mr. Linn
The Sludenl Council has The influenlial posilion of being 'rhe legislalive body of lhe
high school. H manages school affairs and aclivilies, makes awards, inlerprels Jrhe
conslilulion, and performs many olher minor dulies, under lhe able guidance of Mr.
Fowler and Mr. Linn, The aclivily and sincerely of This group holds a slrong influence
over general school policies and The success or failure of numerous sludenl body
l"1-mil llnw: ll. l'lic-liurr-ln, K. Runisliy, Miss Gregg, Mrs. Elwert, Mrs. Mullen, Miss XVe-aver.
llzufk li crxx' 2 D. .lnlmsnn, Y. Ju-nzwn, Y. Sims, N. Gholsen, D. Powell.
THE GIRLS' LEAGUE
Presidenf .... Dorolhy Johnson
Vice-Presidenl Virginia Jensen
Secrelary . Virginia Sims
Treasurer . . Nancy Gholson
Sergeanl-a+-arms . Dorolhy Powell
Reporler . . Dorolhy Upchurch
Music Direclor . Kalhleen Ramsby
Advisors . . . Mrs. Mullen, Mrs. Elwerl,
Miss Weaver, Mrs. Gregg
The Girls' League of Tigard High School was organized in i928 by Mrs. Gregg.
who was our unliring advisor unlil her receni reliremenl from leaching: Mrs. Mullen,
Mrs. Eiwerl, and Miss Weaver being 'rhe presem' advisors.
Every girl, upon regislering in lhe school, aulornalically becomes a member of
lhis organizalion, which is for lhe purpose of developmenl in social, menlal and
physical fields, as well as for 'rhe promolion of friendship.
New arlicles of comforl and cheerfulness are added each year To lhe league room,
which is equipped wilh medicine chesf and furnilure for lhe convenience of lhe girls.
Every monlh a business meeling is held, al which,a program is given. During lhe
year, 'rhe lwo main lunclions are 'rhe bazaar, which is held 'ro raise funds for The league,
and 'rhe molhers' and daughlers' parly, which was held February I2 Jrhis year as a
This organizalion is very helpful lo lhe girls, in lhal if gives lhem an opporlunily
lo parlicipale in aclivilies, develops l'heir abililies and encourage leadership.
Front Row: H. Johnson, A. Holtz, R. McPherson, M. Langer, D. Ream, E. Mackenzie.
Second Ibnw: E. Collins, P. 0'Ne1l, I. Houle, Mrs. Elwert, M. Luhker, D. Martin, J. Collins, L. Harrisu
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Back Row: D. Tetrlck, M. Balougli, 0. Bulnugh, L Lunste-dt, V. Houle, D. Johnson,
The Commercial Team is made up oT shorThand, Typing, and bookkeeping sTudenTs.
As usual, There has been much progress made in These sTudies.
LasT year aT The counTy conTesT, which was held aT Behnlce-Walker Business College,
Tigard showed a high raTing by winning eleven ouT of TourTeen awards. Those par-
TicipaTing were: Advanced-Doris Rahmig, BeTTy Leedy and DoroThy Johnson. Be-
ginners-Margie Langer. Louise Harrison, and DoroThy TeTrick. AT The sTaTe conTesT
which was held aT Corvallis, The Team won TirsT place, receiving a silver Trophy and
banner. Those parTicipaTing were: Advanced-Doris Rahmig and DoroThy Johnson.
Beginners-Margie Langer and Louise Harrison. Doris Rahmig won TirsT place in
speed Tor The advanced group, and Margie Langer won TirsT place in speed Tor The be-
The shorThand class has also shown much progress. Three naTional awards were
won by DoroThy MarTin, Louise Harrison, and DoroThy Johnson. This year in radio
shorThand, DoroThy MarTin won The only sTaTe award oTTered.
The Commercial Team has made splendid progress under The able leadership oT
Front Row: L. Gllllhun, J. Mallett, K. Ramshy, D. Tetrick, N. Gholson, H. Johnson.
Sec-ond Row: Mins Nash, H. Ball, H. Schecklu, V. Fish, M. Nixon, D. Johnson, A. Brookmnn, B. Selliken.
Back Row: M. Finley, J. Fowler, R. Moore, A. Lewallen, R. Due, R Mitchell, D. Hite, C. Brelln, R. Barney,
DELTA THETA CLUB
Presidenl . Kalhleen Ramsby
Vice-Presidenl Belly Selliken
Secrelary . Vera Fish
Treasurer . Bob Rue
Advisor . . Frances Nash
ln every modern school, conlrolled recrealion forms an inlricale parl of educalion.
Sludenl body programs, slcils, plays, and speeches all go logelher To form a nelworlc
of recrealional evenls lhroughoul The year. ln schools of larger size, lhe sludenl
bodies can afford lo hire skilled performers for many of lheir performances, bul' noi
so ihe smaller schools. They are dependenl upon Themselves for lalenf, and musl use
and develop lhis lalenl as if appears wilhin 'rhe sfudem' body. Therefore, in Tigard
High, as in many olhers, a dramalics class has been organized lo develop and use
school +alen+. The class sludies +he fundamenlals of aciing and presenls numerous
plays. skils, and fealures as experience and enlerlainmeni for olhers. The crowning
lealure of The year is a full evening's enlerlainmenl in 'rh form of a 3-acl play.
l'r is lhis dramalics class which forms lhe aclive body of a Della Thela Club. They.
along wilh former siudenls, form lhe class club, which is noi only inleresling socially,
buf provide numerous free enferlainmenfs for lhe enlire sludenl body.
Front Huw: Il. Twiss, E. Jnquith. A. Podbielun, B. S1-lliken, M. Upsliuw, H. Bull, J. Mnllett, J. Williams.
M. Shi:-rk. N. Glmlsen. Ii. Gillihnu.
SE'1'0Il1l Row: H. SDE-'ll1'4-'l', M. Finley, G, Moore. E. Svlllichting, B. Sugvrs, R. Allen. C. Sanders, TV. Eidenscllink
S. Illmilm-s, M. Miner. .I. Fowli-1', C. Hedrii-k.
Ihu-k Huw: M .Im-nk4-ns II Sc-limidt 1' Brnnrli K Owrev D Talent XI Nfnntetti, E Harris I Clar J Ca
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Ii. Iluruey, IS. Peterson, A. Harrington, R. Mitchell, L, Fosner.
PresidenT .... Bob Barney
Vice-PresidenT . BeTTy Selliken
SecreTary . . Mary Jane Upshaw
Treasurer . . Max Miner
ReporTer . . STuarT Rhodes
Advisor .... MyrTle Mullen
Talking has long been The abiliTy oT men as a means oT communicaTion, buT during
The lasT Tew cenTuries and especially, The lasT Tew years, The abiliTy To speak well has
Taken on a diTTerenT aspecT. Speaking is The meThod used To seTTle personal and
communiTy quarrels in lawsuiTs, and now, may iT lasT Torever, is used by naTions To
averT war by arbiTraTion. However, debaTe is iusT one oT The uses oT speech. OraTions
are powerTul in swaying public opinion. IT has long been a quesTion concerning The
relaTive sTrengThs oT The sword and The pen, buT now, boTh are surpassed in The
sweeping power OT The spoken word.
In a lighTer Theme, drama gives us beauTy and relaxaTion, prompTed by The winning
and skillTul words oT The experT dramaTisT. Add To This The ioy oT inTelligenT conversa-
Tion and The reaping oT beTTer conTacTs, and The power oT The spoken word is made
To meeT all These currenT demands, up-To-daTe high schools have developed a course
oT public speaking. This course Teaches all The TundamenTals oT good speaking To
sTudenTs, ThaT These sTudenTs mighT have This one asseT To Tace The hardships oT The
world. SkillTul speaking is noT a momenTary inTluenceg iT will go on Tor Time eTernal.
WiTh This aTTribuTe in hand, may The sTudenTs oT The Public Speaking Club oT I936
be carried To unTold heighTs by The abiliTy evolved under The helpTul environmenT
oT The club.
out Rnw: R. Holmes, F. Nunnenknmp, J. Iwata-Ll, Mr. Fowlvr, Mr. Smith, Mr. Linn, M. Fiulu J km
cond fifivvihlilliellsllmort-, NV. lim r Il. Rue, G. M lltv rn-, U, S1lllll4ll"l'S, Il. BH-kluun, M. Blilll'l'.
k Ru lb H't K St 1 I I ll I 1, ll. Gmhlis, G. ltillllll, R Cnr
VARS T CLUB
Presidenf . . Joe Fowler
Vice-Presidenl Donald Hire
Secreiary . Bob Barney
Treasurer . . Arllnur Sleele
Sergeanl-al-arms . Peler Podbielan
Facully Advisors . Mr. Fowler, Mr. Smiili.
Mr. Linn, Mr. Wunderliclw
Arllwur Sleele Bob Holmes
Joe Fowler Bob Barney
Ray Du Rie
F1-:mt Row: D. Talent, K, Owre-y, D. Hire, NV. Bishop, B. Neilry. M. Finley.
Buck Row: Mr. Fowler, R. Moore, R. Rue, D. Ii!-'l'kilt'llll, B. Lawrence. J. F0
PresidenT . . Donald l-liTe
Vice-PresidenT . RoberT Rue
SecreTary . RoberT Moore
Treasurer . . Marvin Finley
SergeanT-aT-arms . Joe Fowler
Advisor . . Mr. Fowler
"To creaTe. mainTain, and exTend ThroughouT school and comrnuniTy, high sTanclards
oT ChrisTian characTer." This is The purpose oT l-li-Y worlc. In iTs TirsT year aT Tigard.
The I-li-Y club has enjoyed a successTul year under The leadership OT Mr. Fowler. IT is
designed chieTly as a service organized To The school and communiTy. ln iTs acTiviTies,
The club works Through The members as individuals. We hope ThaT in The TuTure The
Hi-Y may carry on an even more exTensive program in The service To school and
A greaT number oT services, such as keeping The ground Tree Trom rubbish, pro-
viding recepTacles Tor lunch papers, and exTending help To underclassmen have been
perTormecl by members OT The organizaTion.
CollecTively, The members sponsored a picTure show. which neTTed splendid resulTs
The Hi-Y Club's ideals and principles are ouTsTanding, and The organizaTion should
be encouraged in every school. WiThouT an exemplary-ChrisTian characTer, all oTher
Training goes Tor naughT.
Front Huw: Miss Isoylvs, ll. Ilull, ll. Johnson, M. l
Tpshnw, B. Se-lliken, N. Glmlson, J. Mallett, E. Stromquist
S1-1-mul Runs: Mr. Linn. BI. Finley, lil, Mum-ke-nale, E. liuult, K, Owrey, M. Hays, R. Barney, H. Thoxnn
A. IBTUOKIIIIIIL ll. Mitm-lu-ll.
Ihuek Row: M. lfkunetti. B, Sum-rs, D. Ream, J. Ersted, E. Applebc-rry, D. Tnle-nt, D. Upchurch, R, Patterson
HI SPOTS STAFF
Business Manager . .
Assislanl Business Manaqer
Advisor . . .
Edilor . .
Assislanr Edilor .
News Edilor . . .
Boys' Sporls Edilors .
Girls' Sporls Edilor
Fealure Edilor .
Proof Readers .
Poel . .
Typisls . '
Mary Jane Upshaw
Frederic Nyslrom, Berl Sagers
Nancy Gholson, Belly Selliken
Helen Thomas, Edna Slromquisi'
Miss Boyles, Miss Weaver
Marvin Finley, Helen Ball,
Dewey Talenl, Alvera Brookman,
Doroihy Ream. Mark Fanielii
The Annual ol: I936 lakes pleasure in acknowledging lhe renewal of fhe Hi Spols
as an impor+an+ sludenl body ac+ivi+y.
A Spider is in fha web, so if seems.
He is symbolic of aihlefic teams.
The web is spun by vigor, brains, and be-aww
Unfil vicfims info fha nef are drawn.
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Educafional experfs have, for several years. agreed fhaf afhlefics play an imporfanf
parf in modern educafion. They fill 'rhal cerfain niche of physical endeavor, of co-
operafion and feam work. fhaf is so necessary in fhe developmenf of frue manhood.
The leader of afhlefics musf be a feacher of abilify 'ro handle a course of sfudy as
well as 'ro be an insfrucfor of afhlefic requiremenfs.
These requiremenfs pul a heavy responsibilify on one man. Yef even more fhan
fhis, fhe coach musf sfand crificism, and musf have a personalify 'lo cope wifh all fypes
of people. Words are inadequafe fo describe fhe fype of man capable of holding
such a posifion. If suffices fo say fha? he is a real man. On behalf of 'rhe afhlefes
of fhe school and fhe enfire sfudenf body, fhe Annual of I936 dedicafes This page fo
Coach Smifh, wifh sincere appreciafion for his splendid leadership.
Front Row: H. Entnn, S. Ilonuhlxon, .l. l"nwlvr, M. Minvr, A. Steele, U. Quinn, R. linrvlwrs, P, 1'0dL1Lk'llIl
1-vmnl Row: lt. Iluliie, H. Ulnr, .l. llross, .l. Cnpri, Il. Moore. Il. 'I'nlent, XV, Wood, H, Hedrim-k, R, Norrxuwon
I". NIIIIIIPIIRIIIIIIL R. lhll'llt"y. li. Fnrsnn, ll. Ilitv, K. SIIIIIIWHIY.
Hum-k Row: Mr. Smith, 15. Ne-dry, Il. Tnllvfsnn, ll. Ilinglm-Ky, A. Harris, 1. Elsna-r, U. Snmh-1', F. Hedric-
l+1l'st4-d, Il. Nlnlln-n, l'. Russxnnsm-n. H. lihlllllllt-'l', .L Ilnsnilw, K, Uwrvy,
Front How: S lmnnldsnn, l'. Pnmlhivlnn, M. Minvr, A. Stew-lv. U. Quinn, lk, liorrln-rs, ll. Muon-.
llnrk Row: Mr. Smith, H, Ent!-n. IC. linrln-y, Ib. llitv, J, .Iuwlc-lr, R. Unrsnn.
Nov. I I-Hillsboro-Here
Newbu rg-H ere
Coach SmiTh began The '35 foofball season wiTh nine refurning leTTermen, and
several good prospecfs. ,
The season's opening game was wiTh ST. Mary's. on The home field in a closenhard
foughf conTesT. The oufcome was doubfful unTil The final whisfle. ST. Mary'sf9von by
virTue of a converfed poinf. 7-6. Carson scored for Tigard on a 60-yard run.
NViTh a large confingenf of supporfers To cheer Them on, The reorganized Tigers
journeyed To McMinnville To be Turned back, I4-O. Even Though This was The largesf
score againsT The Tigers in The enfire season, in This game Their poTenTial power was
very much in evidence. Bofh Touchdowns were resulfs of blocked punfs.
Smarfing undr The sTigma of Two successive defeafs, Tigard oufrushed Franklin Hi
of Porfland, 7-O. Hife. injured iusf before The game, was unable To play.
Primed To show The home-Town Their worTh, Tigard ran rough-shod over ST.
STephen's poTenTial Big Nine champs, To The Tune of I3-O. The oufsfanding feafure
of The game was Moore's punfing.
On a cold, wind-swepT field, Tigard's game, fighfing Tigers were forced To swallow
The biTTeresT pill of The enTire season, a 7-6 defeaT by The arch-enemy, Foresf Grove.
Oufplaying Their opponenfs. Tigard scored in The firsT half To lead 6-O. A momenTary
leT-down in The Third quarfer allowed Foresf Grove To score, and a conversion provided
The margin of vicfory.
Playing on a rain-soaked, muddy field, Tigard coasfed To a I9-O vicfory over a
ligh+ buT fighfing Newberg squad in The annual Armisfice Day game.
Cufplayed by a heavier Hillsboro eleven. Tigard was clefeafed I3-O, buf despife The
size of The score, Tigard held The powerful Hilhi offensive in check unTil The final
quarfer. The lasT Touchdown was made in The final second of play. due To an infer-
cepfed pass. This was The only conTesT in which The Tigers were oufplayed.
Journeying To Esfacada, Tigard easily defeafed an inexperienced buf game Esfacada
Team. 32-O. The second sfring played mosT of The lasT quarfer, and nearly succeeded
in scoring. Hughes, former Tigard sfudenf. was oufsfanding for Esfacada.
ln The annual Thanksgiving classic wiTh Beaverfon, nine seniors and Three juniors
inTIic+ed upon Beaverfon The worsT defeaf ever handed The Orange and Black by
Tigard. Showing power in every deparTrnenT, Tigard scored I8 poinTs To BeaverTon's
none. This made The score 2 To I in SmiTh's favor over Warren of BeaverTon, old
Time college rivals. PasT scores 6-O, 0-7.
Tigard scored lOl poinfs To Their opponenfs' 4I, and won five ouT of nine games.
making iT a very successful season. The ouTsTanding sTrengTh of The line is aTTesTed
by The facT ThaT Tigard placed all The men on The lefT side of The counTy all sTar Team's
line. Carson, baclcfield ace, and one of The counTy's leading scorers, was The fourfh
member of The squad To gain all counTy honors. Moore, Podbelian, and Quinn, were
The linemen who placed. Sfeele. Tigard's sTalwarT cenfer, was given firsT choice on The
counTy all-sTar second sfring.
AT The annual banquef affer The season, ArThur Sfeele was elecfed honorary capfain
of The Team.
lst 'l'n-um: Mr. Sulllh, .l. l4'mvlvr, lf. Nllnxwnlauxup, R, llnrnvy, ti. Eaton, ll, Ih-vklnlm, G. Mmwe-, Aslunure-.
Sn-1-mul 'l's-nm: li, l'm'hrun, Il. Clmmile-r, H, Mmnsfin-lil, ll. 'l'nlvnt, Il. llardlmm, K, Uwrey, R. Hau'kvr, C.
Sn-Iliki-n, C. llrunvlx, W, liislmp, li. Rus- Mgr.
This secTion is devoTed To The boys who have given Their Time To baskeTloall, louT
who were noT Tar enough along as yeT To play TirsT sTring ball. Among These boys are
Tellows who in The nexT year or Two will carry The Tigard TirsT-sTring colors. The pur-
pose oT The Team is To learn Team worlc and an idea OT sporTsmanship. This year The
boys, under Coach SmiTh, enjoyed a very successTul season, winning IO ouT oT I5
games and piling up 256 poinTs To Their opponenTs' 207. In The TuTure, Tigarcl Teams
look Tor These Tellows To carry on Tor Their Alma MaTer.
BaskeTbaII season rolled round To Tigard wiTh only Three leTTermen reTurning. How-
ever, Coach SmiTh pulled several caTs ouT-of-The-bag and Then:
A Green-and-whiTe Team deTeaTed Franklin oT PorTland, 37-I7.
Forced WashingTon Hi oT PorTland To The limiT, To gain a I9-25 vicTory.
Again, on The home Tloor, Trounced Franklin, 25-I4.
in The TasTesT and wildesT game in many moons, The Tigers overcame a 20 halTTime
lead To win from Parkrose, 28-25.
LosT a hard ToughT game To Hillsboro, 30-24.
Removed sTigma of lasT year's ForesT Grove deTeaT by winning, 35-2I, To break
inTo The counTy win column.
Dropped a wild reTurn game wiTh Parkrose. 29-26, again TighTing an uphill baTTle in
The second half.
Gained Their second vicTory by deTeaTing ST. Mary's on The home Tloor, 24-I9.
Won easily from Newberg on The home floor, 40-26.
Playing a good sTeady game Tigard deTeaTed BeaverTon, 28-I7, on BeaverTon's Tloor.
Were again deTeaTed by Hillsboro, 2I-I6, on The home Tloor in a hard, TighT conTesT.
Took a game Trom ST. STephens, 27-20, on Sacred l-learT floor.
in a slow ragged game deTeaTed ForesT Grove, 20-7. HalTTime score was 3-I Tor
Took ST. Mary's inTo camp, 2l-I9, To virTually assure second place in The counTy and
a Trip To The disTricT TournamenT.
STarTing slowly, The boys gained momenTum in The second half To make iT Two
sTraighT over Newberg, 2l-I3.
ln The Tinal counTy game, The boys played sTeady ball To deTeaT BeaverTon To The
Tune oT 25-IO.
Thus The regular season ended. A very successful season, indeed, Tor noT only did
The boys win Tor a percenTage of .750, buT a Team of underclassmen was developed
To carry The school laurels onward. Only Two in The TirsT squad are graduaTing. The
remainder will again see service nexT year.
PRAYER OF AN ATHLETE
LeT my hearT be bare of haTe, V
And devoid of any weighT.
LeT my Tears be hard and clean,
And my sorrows swiTT and keen.
Make my living clear as lighT.
Make my dying be a righT.
No beliefs and no regreTTing.
No delighT and no begeTTing.
NoThing buT The winged heel,
STirring dusT in TransienT zeal.
Front Row: B. Nedry, H. Hedrick, V. Hjelte, R. Carson, R. Sims, F Nunnenkamp, R. Rlese.
Ser-ond Row: F. Reiler, G. Moore, D. Dobson, Mr. Smith, Peterson, J. Hasuike, B. Sagers.
Back Row: A. Steele, R. Burney, C. Quinn, C. Hedrick, Riese, W. Nunnenkamp, D. Towers.
'lhe I935 baseball season opened wifh only fwo refurning leffermen as a nucleus
around which fo develop a feam. However, fhere was a good furnouf of inexperi-
enced men and a couple of fransfers, who helped fo round ouf a sfrong feam. This
proved fhaf an abundance of maferial is available af Tigard, despife fhe comparafive
infancy of fhe sporf af fhis school.
The firsf game of fhe season was played af Tualafin. The Tigers showed asfonishing
power wifh fhe sficlc, and Coach Smifh was able fo use all his subs and gef a line on
fheir various abilifies. The final score ended I5-l for Tigard. The Tigers pounded
ouf a fofal of fiffeen hifs.
The second game of fhe season was played wifh fhe Jefferson Reserves. Affer a
slow sfarf in which Jeff fool: fhe lead. Tigard began finding fhe ball, and passed fheir
opponenfs fo finally win 5-3 in fhis game. Jefferson pounded Sims hard in 'rhe firsf
inning, buf affer fhaf fhe Tigers' defense fighfened up, and held fhe Jeff boys scoreless
for fhe remainder of fhe game.
The following Friday, Tigard mef fheir arch opponenf, Hillsboro, and mef defeaf
for fhe firsf fime in fhe season. Again if was fhe beginning innings fhaf proved fhe
undoing of The Tigers. For fwo innings fhe Tigard boys played ragged ball, and
Sep. 27 Tigard Sf. Mary's Losf?
Ocf. 4 Tigard lvlclvlinnville Losf??
Ocf. II Tigard Franklin Won!
Ocf I8 Tigard Sf. Sfephens Vicforyl
Nov. I Tigard Foresf Grove Defeaf?
Nov. ll Tigard Newberg Celebrafions!
Nov. I5 Tigard Hillsboro Raspberries?
Nov. 22 Tigard Esfacada Profifl
Nov. 28 Tigard Beaverfon Hurrah!
Hillsboro collecfed eleven runs, a lead impossible fo overcome. The lasf seven innings
of fhe game were fighf, well played ball. The final score ended, I3-8, in Hillsboro's
Tigard gof revenge for fheir firsf defeaf by beafing Tualafin, 4-I, on Tigard's own
field. The boys showed real form in fhis game, and errors were few and far befween.
The nexf game was one of fhe biggesf successes of fhe year, as far as fhe feam was
concerned. They broke a long sfanding iinx by beafing Foresf Grove on fheir own
field. The boys played good ball in fhis game, and Sims successfully confrolled fhe
heavy sficks of fhe rival school. Three days lafer fhe boys again mef Foresf Grove.
and again defeafed fhem. The game was held on fhe Sherwood field before a good
crowd. This game was also well played, and did a fhorough iob of breaking fhe iinx.
The scores of fhe fwo games were 7-5 and 8-5, bofh in favor of Tigard.
The affermafh of fhe Foresf Grove games were foo much for fhe Tigers, and fhey
losf a hearfbreaking game fo Jefferson, 2-I. The game was exfremely well played
and was a pifcher's duel for fhe enfire disfance. The game was marked by fhe lack of
hard hil- balls.
The lasf game of fhe season rolled around wifh fhe Tigers again facing Hillsboro.
The game proved a sfruggle from beginning fo end, wifh Hillsboro finally emerging
vicfor by a 8-7 score. The game was filled wifh fense sifuafions, hard hiffing, and a
few cosfly errors. Wifh Hillsboro leading by 3 runs in fhe ninfh, fhe Tigers made a
valianf efforf fo overcome fhe lead, buf were cuf shorf by one run. If was a fhrilling
finish for a successful season.
As fhe I936 season comes info view, prospecfs for fhe season are brighf. Coach
Smifh has seven leffermen, mosf of fhem well experienced ball players, furning ouf
for fhis year's feam. ln addifion fo fhis. he has a boy or fwo who have had successful
seasons in fasf, independenf feams. The boys are all good fielders, and fheir power
wifh fhe sfick should be sfronger fhan ever before. Two seasoned pifchers are working
for posifions. Backing up fhis group of veferans is a willing, hard working group of
fellows, sfriving fo break info fhe squad. As fhe fhird season of Tigard baseball comes
info view, prospecfs are quife brighf, and fhe profeges of fhe sporf af Tigard have
profound hope in really esfablishing baseball as a successful major sporf in fhis school.
The Annual of i936 sends ifs hearfiesf supporf, and wishes fhis nafionai sporf fhe
besf of luck. i
Dec. Tigard Franklin Double Vicfory!
Dec Tigard Washingfon Minus?
Jan. Tigard Park Rose Gain! Loss?
Jan. Tigard Hillsboro Double Loss?
Jan. Tigard Sf. Mary's Won bofhl
Jan. Tigard Newberg Twice Vicforiousl
Jan. Tigard Beaverfon Won again!
Feb. Tigard Sf. Sfephens Winner!
Feb. Tigard Foresf Grove Winners again!
Feb. Tigard Sf. Marys Hard Vicforyl
Feb. Tigard Newberg A Sefupl
Feb. Tigard Beaverfon Conquerersl
lf'rnnl lhuw: U. TfI'!llll'h, C. Quinn, D. Towers, D. Hlte, R. Mark, T. Fishhurn, S. Rllodes, Mr. Slvverrl.
llnvk llnw: M. Mlm-r. H. Thomas, B. Singers, M. Selnmler. R. Smith, E, Smith,
R. Davis, R. Ilnml, IK. Grover, R. Dullie, D. Dobson, F. Siefert, Mr. Linn.
Track was organized lasT year under The direcTion of Mr. Sievers. The squad, al-
Though small and lacking proper faciliTies, developed several ouTsTanding performers.
MosT prominenT among These was Fishburn, sprinTer, who won fiffeen ouT of sixTeen
sTarTs and won The righT To run in The sTaTe meeT aT Eugene. Earl SmiTh disfinguished
himself wiTh The discus and shoT, while Tower won his leTTer in The disfance races.
Fishburn was The mosT consisTenT performer and was chosen honorary capfain aT The
end of The season. MeeTs parTicipaTed in were: WashingTon-Columbia Counfy meeT
aT Hillsboro, Counfy meeT aT Beaverfon, and The Pacific U. InviTaTional and disTricT
meefs, boTh held aT Pacific.
This year Track will be handled by Mr. Wunderlich. Running will be sTressed more
Than field evenfs To build up a squad for The fuTure.
LasT year, for The firsT Time. golf was made a minor sporf aT Tigard, under The able
direcfion of Mr. Linn. The Team produced surprising resulTs for The firsT year of
cornpefifion by winning from BeaverTon, Parkrose, Lincoln and WesT Linn l-ligh Schools,
where golf was well esfablished as a sporT. The crowning success was a bid To The
STaTe golf Tournamenf held aT Salem. Frank SieferT was season capfain.
ProspecTs for '36 look exceedingly brighf, wiTh several members of The winning Team
of '35 reTurning for compeTiTion.
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HAS ANYONE SEEN
Mrs. Bunch ....
Mrs. MarTha ParTridge .
Mrs. J. M. SmiTh
Selma . . . .
Dr. Hale . .
Mrs. Hale . .
RoberT Link . .
DoherTy . .
Mrs. Maida Del Rey
Miss Mull . . .
Nicholas Van HooTer . .
Jean . . . .
Jake Parlrridge . .
BerTha Creegan . .
Clem Creegan . .
Acey Tuggle .
The Advanced Public Speaking Club oT I936 presenTed a Three acT play Has
Anyone Seen Jean?", under The direcTion of Mrs. Mullen, December I3, I935.
The ploT is cenTered around The mysTerious disappearance of Jean Mallory, heiress
To The Mallory esTaTe. The young cleTecTive on The case Tails in love wiTh The girl
whom he Thinks is Jean, and helps her escape To The counTry wiTh an old woman who
is really a crook.
The band oT crooks, by whom Jean is held, plan To hold her Tor ransom. However,
Bob Link arrives in Time To save her, only To discover ThaT she is really iusT a common
Meanwhile The real Jean Mallory has run away, and is married To a young docTor.
The crooks are capTured, and The play is broughT To a delighTTul close. Humor is
provided by Acey Tuggle, a would-be deTecTive.
The TirsT senio
The direcTion of
THE MYSTERY HOUSE
Harry Van Orden
Mary Van Orden
Ered Turner .
Sadie Brown .
Mrs. Merrill .
Percy Vernon Kilbridge
r play, "The MysTery House," was presenTed March 27 I936 under
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Van Orden, newlyweds, have come Trom Their honeymoon To
live in a house leTT To Harry by his Uncle lgnaTius, on condiTion ThaT iT will noT become
his properTy unTil he has occupied iT Tor ThirTy days. OT course This seems a simple
procedure. buT wiThin a Tew hours aTTer Their arrival, looTherson'1e relaTives begin To
appear and disrupT domesTic TranguilliTy. Comedy is lenT by Percy Vernon Kilbridge,
a would-be poeT, and much married Mrs. Merrill, who, by Their eTernal quibbling wiTh
The ancienT Uncle Jasper, soon seT everyone's nerves on edge. Two OT The younger
and more harmless members oT The uninviTed guesTs, Jack Hawkins and Eleanor
WebsTer, add The love inTeresT, and iT is because oT Jack ThaT The house is Tinally owned
by The Van Ordans, and The diTTiculTies concerning money are sTraighTened ouT.
Uncle lgnaTius was one oT NaTure's Noblemen, and his peculiariTies conTinued To rule
The household aTTer his demise.
HOME AGAIN HARRY
Dr. George Addison . .
Mrs. Margaref Rowland .
Siuarr Worrhingron .
Sir Roberr Cosgrove , . .
The Hon. Enid Cosgrove .
Mark Worrhingion . . Emmanuel Beckrel
"Home Again Harry," 1'he second senior play, was presenied May I, l936, under
rhe direciion of Mrs. Mullen.
The srory concerns Sruarr Worrhingion, a lugirive bridegroom, who, on sropping
al' ihe boarding house of Mrs. Lennon, is misiaken lo be her nephew, who has been
away for 'rhree years. Eurlher complicaiions arise when lhe real Harry arrives home.
Sruarr falls in love wirh Mary, previously Harry's sweerhearr.
Therefore, he is derermined ro sray, alrhough he runs info many diificulries when
Harry keeps making his appearance afrer Sruarr has leir 'rhe room.
Sir Roberr and his daughrer, Enid, whom Sruarr lelr ar rhe alrer, srop io spend ihe
nighr al rhe boarding house. They kidnap Harry, rhinking him ro be Sruarr, and Enid
marries him, buf she is heari broken when she discovers she has married rhe wrong one.
However, wedding bells ring in rhe near iurure for Mary and Sruarr, and rhe currain
falls on a successful and happy ending.
Janel Moore .
Bill Douglas . .
Henry Grimes . .
Waldo Eills . . .
Mrs. O. O. Skinner .
Dora May . . .
Olive Ordway . .
Marcella Jenks . .
Lord Wigglelon . .
Berlie Blodgell . .
S. H. Prall . . .
Lula Perkins . . .
Renee Lamour . .
Sol Messer . .
A comedy, enlilled "Guess Again,"
i7, I936, under lhe direclion ol Miss Nash.
Business al Edgewaler Inn is praclically non-exislenl, and lhe only guesls are Mrs.
Skinner, her daughler Dora, and Olive Ordway. Prall, lhe local banker, holds lhe
well-known morlgage on lhe Inn, and lhrealens lo ousl lhe unhappy Grimes wilh or
Bill, in love wilh Janel, sels his wils lo work on lhe invenlion ol a job lor himsell
al lhe holel. Lord Wigglelon ol England is lo arrive al lhe cily, and aboul lhis lime
a queer looking duck, evidenlly English, regislers al lhe Inn. A lillle laler, anolher
Englishman regislers as Lord Wigglelon. Wilh lhe news lhal lwo lilled Englishmen
are regislered al lhe Inn, lhere is a sudden rush in business. The lwo Englishmen
leave, and lo keep up lhe rush in business, Bill and Waldo pose as lhe Lord Wiggle-
The lwo real Englishmen relurn and lhe play comes lo a successlul and happy
was presenled by lhe Dramalics Club on April
Queen . . .
Prime Minisier .
Princess . .
Princess . .
Ailendani . .
Sophomore Allendanl . .
Freshman Princess .
Train Bearers .
Crown Bearer . .
Larry Bissell, Gle
Spiril of 'rhe Nalions . .
The sevenih annual May Fefe, sponsored by ihe siudeni body of Tigard High School,
was held May I7, l935.
The royal procession was led by Jrhe flower girls, crown bearer, and scepier bearer,
followed by ihe princesses accompanied by lhe affendanis.
Gracious Queen Margarei l was escoried io The lhrone by Prime Minisier Earl Smilh.
Following +he coronaiion, a march of Jrhe naiions was presenied by ihe girls of 'rhe
high school, followed by 'rhe May Pole dance.
Luncheon was served ai noon, and in +he afiernoon a baseball game was played
beiween Tigard and Hillsboro High Schools.
The eveniiul day was broughl io a delighiiul conclusion wiih 'rhe preseniafion of
'rhe second senior play, "Lady Lilac."
THE LUCKY JADE
Downs . RoberT Moore
Mrs. CourTney LesTa Gillihan
Liza . . KaThleen Rarnsby
Nancy . Vera Fish
Jeane . . Mary Jane Miles
Eol Waverly BerT Sagers
HerberT . Howard Hedriclc
Bill . . Carl Brelin
Tea . . Donald SingleTary
Mary Ann CourTney .
"The Luclcy Jade," a Two acT musical comedy, was presenTed by The Glee Club
under The direcTion of Miss Nash, May IS, I'-736.
Horace Ferguson, a famous marlcsman, is a guesT aT The home of The CourTneys.
SecreTly, he is There To acquire The valuable iade ear oT an old voo-doo idol. This
ear is in The possession oT Liza, one of The servanTs, and enables her To ToreTell TuTure
A house parTy is given Tor Mary Ann, and exciTemenT ensues when The ear suddenly
disappears: and as iT does noT reacT easily in sTrange hands, iT brings a mulTiTude of
misTorTunes down upon The house.
ATTer many complicaTions arise, The Luclcy Jade is resTored To iTs righTTul owner,
The CourTney home is saved from a morTgage, and John noT only wins Mary Ann, buT
comes in Tor a biT of addiTional good TorTune as well.
Carnival signiTies a greaT merry making, and as such iT has always been in The hisTory
oT our school. Qur I935 Carnival was held in November, using The Theme oT The
holidays oT The year, around which a program was woven and presenTed in a lively,
inTeresTing manner. New Years gave us "Auld Lang Syne" as The bell Tolled The hour
oT Twelve. ValenTine gave us red hearTs and a ValenTine dance, danced To The sTrains
of The song.
WashingTon's BirThday was characTerized by paTrioTic selecTions and marches. April
Pool's Day was The prize winner in inTerpreTaTion-a vacaTed sTage-omnious silence-
audience sympaTheTic-curTain closed. May Day was symbolic oT a Queen. FourTh
oT July again meanT paTrioTic music. Labor Day was porTrayed by hard work and
opening oT school. Hallowe'en. wiTh all oT iTs mysTery, was developed Through black-
Taced comedians Tull oT Tun and mysTery. The spiriT oT Thanksgiving Day was broughT
ouT by a playleT. designed To Teach ThaT There is always someThing To be ThankTul Tor.
Then came ChrisTmas Day, and poor TaTher lamenTed The TacT ThaT he was The goaT,
wiTh all The joy Taken ouT oT ChrisTmas because he had To pay The bills.
The holidays also provided a scheme Tor booTh decoraTions. and The ideas were
cleverly execuTed by The decoraTion commiTTee.
The booThs conTained wares oT all descripTion and sold rapidly Tor Tair prices.
especially The delecTables oT The Tood booTh. The evening was broughT To a successTul
climax by The pleasure of dancing, wiTh boTh young and old parTicipaTing.
Our I935 School Carnival was a success socially and Tinancially.
The Carnival is a home coming Tor our alumnae, and a reunion oT several classes
was held aT The Green Fir CaTe.
May The TuTure classes develop and carry on The Carnival ThaT has meanT so much
To all Tormer sTudenTs.
School Calendar Social Calendar
Freshman recepTion Delicious! Senior Dance Wow!'
Yell leaders elecTed Pep! Sophomore's SkaTing ParTy Bumps?
Hi SpoTs sTaTT chosen QualiTicaTions! Alumni parTy Reunion!
6irl's League oTTicers insTalled Impressive! Carnival Noise!
PooTball rally Noise!! Girl's League Bazaar ProTiTable!
Annual sTaTT elecTed QualiTicaTions? Public Speaking Play Applause!
Hi SpoTs sTaTT program Colossal? PooTball BanqueT Speeches?
Senior picTures Taken BeauTiTul? ChrisTmas PageanT BeauTiTul!
Commercial awards given lv1eriTs! lvloTher's ParTy EaTs?
LeTTermen's iniTiaTion Garlic!! Junior Prom SumpTious!
Prom Queen elecTed Lovely! Senior Play lvlysTerious!
Cooking Class visiTed Meizger lnviTaTions! DramaTics Play Hilarious!
May Queen chosen BeauTy! May PeTe CourTly?
Senior Dress Up Day CosTurnes!! Second Senior Play Funny!!
"Alley DaTTodil" Surprise! QpereTTa Melodiougl
Typing ConTesT Again! Senior BreakTasT STuTTed!
Music TournamenT Melody! CommencemenT Pinis!
Senior BreakTasT EaTs! Junior Senior Picnic Au Revoir!
SHADOWS OF THE PAST
SENIOR DANCE .
The Lover sighs-"If music be fhe food of love, play on."
The seniors held fheir annual sporf dance on Ocfober 30. The decorafions followed
fhe harvesf idea. Good music, a good crowcl, and a good fime.
The Wifch shrielcs-"Laugh and laugh and laugh!-
The sfudenf body parficipafed in presenfing fhe fradifional Carnival on November
25. "The Parade of fhe Holidays" followed in bofh decorafions and program. A
fun loving crowd made merry, and succeeded in making fhe Carnival a greaf success.
GIRLS' LEAGUE BAZAAR
The Fafes cry-"You are doomed fo foil and spin."
On December Il. fhe Girls' League held a bazaar, which was affended by many
Chrisfmas shoppers. Affracfively decorafed boofhs confained giffs lcindly made and
donafed by fhe girls. There was a program, and coffee and cake were served.
ADVANCED PUBLIC SPEAKING PLAY
The Ghosf groans-"Who'II solve fhe mysfery"-7
"Has Anyone Seen Jean?", a fhree acf mysfery play was presenfed by fhe ad-
vanced Public Speaking Club on December I3. From beginning fo end, fhere were
plenfy of fhrills and suspense. An appreciafive audience lauded fhe performance of
an appreciafive casf.
Banfuo says-"Who is fhe uninvifed guesf af fhe banquef?
A dinner was given in honor of fhe foofball feams and 'rheir fafhers, by fhe boy's
mofhers on December I8. Affer fhe dinner, shorf speeches were given by all fhe
guesfs. Everyone had an enioyable evening concluding a successful foofball season.
The Wind whispers-"Be af peace wifh fhe world"-
A beaufiful pageanf of fhe Chrisfmas sfory was presenfed by fhe Dramafics Club
and fhe Glee Club. Awards were received by Commercial sfudenfs. and leffers were
received by 'rhe foofball men. Greefings were exchanged as everyone welcomed fhe
The Gourmand says-"Eaf and be merry."
The members of fhe GirI's League gave a parfy honoring fheir mofhers on February
I2. There was a program consisfing of music, a play. and speeches by fhe girls, bofh
preceding and during refreshmenfs.
The Fairies say-"Come, one and all, dance round your queen"-
A Valenfine Junior Prom was presenfed by fhe enfire iunior class on February I5.
Queen Efhel Kilpafriclc reigned over a merry. musical kingdom. and her willing subiecfs
ioyfully responded fo fhe inspiring music of fhe orchesfra.
The CaT yowls-"I am lgnaTius's Ghosh"
The TirsT senior play, "The MysTery House," was presenTed under The able direcTion
of Mrs. Mullen on March 27. The play lived up To iTs name and provided many Thrills.
as well as laughs for The audience. The casT porTrayed Their parTs well and The play
was a greaT success.
APRIL SENIOR CLASS DAY
The SkeleTon pleads-"Cover me wiTh brighT garmenTs."
The Seniors oT '36 held Their class day April I. Class day is Tradifionally a dress
up day, and The various variegaTed. villianous cosTumes carried ouT The Theme of
SupersTiTion. A splendid program was held, and sTunT picTures were Taken Tor The
The Englishman cries-"AIer+a EsToy"!
On April I5. The DramaTics Club presenTed "Guess Again," a Iighr comedy, under
The direcTion of Miss Nash. The TasT moving siTuaTions were wiTnessed and enjoyed
by an appreciaTive audience.
The Clown jibes-"I-Iey Queen! A Mouse"l
May I. I936. was ruled by Queen Virginia I and Prime MinisTer Jack Blankinship
wiTh Two aTTendanTs from each class.
The Theme of The May FeTe was broughT ouT in dances given by The grade schools.
A lunch was served aT noon, a baseball game in The aTTernoon, and The senior play.
"Home Again, Harry," closed an enjoyable day.
The Fool replies-"LaughTer cures worry."
The second senior play, "I-lome again Harry," also under The direcTion of Mrs.
Mullen, was presenTed May I. This comedy was enThusiasTically received by a large
audience and was enjoyed by everyone.
The Dragon answers-"Jade will bring luck."
On May I5, The opereTTa "The Lucky Jade" direcTed by Miss Nash was presenTed
by The Glee Club. MysTery, comedy, and good music uniTed To make a very success-
Tul performance which The audience enjoyed.
The Owl hooTs-"Who are you, where are you going?"
CommencemenT exercises were held The evening oT May 29Th. The class numbered
69 graduaTes. The girls were beauTiTul in Their gowns of various hues. The boys
looked somewhaT serious in Their Tormal aTTire. The class moTTo is: "OuT of School
Life: InTo LiTe's School." May we live up To iTs Teachings and be useful ciTizens. Our
school days have been pleasant May we say "Adios", "Au Revoir", and "Good Bye".
We like a pleasanf person, who greefs us wifh a cheery good morning-who is ready
fo help feacher or pupil find fhaf elusive losf objecf, and yef wear a smile.
We like fo hear fhe swish of fhe broom or fhe lcnoclc of fhe hammer, for we know
fhaf our friend is nearby, and is nof disfribufed by our noise any more fhan we are
There are many qualifies fhaf are likeable in fhe person whom we are wrifing abouf.
Can you nof guess fhaf his name is Mr. Alspaugh?
Many of fhe fhoughfs are original-some were bargained for-and maybe-a few
were sfolen, while fhe parenfage of ofhers have been acknowledged before fhe whole
world. Credif has been freely given where credif was found fo be due.
To fhe compilers fhe fhoughfs wre worfhy fo be "bunched." All who believe wifh
'lhem fhaf fhe Boolc af ifs worsf is as good as fhey could make if, we fhanlc you. The
compilers' mission was fo qef fhe besf ouf of all arficles presenfed. And fhey are
grafeful fo fhe persons who have produced such splendid fhoughfs fo be sfored in fhe
The Whangpoodle is wha? iiclles your ribs,
When you lisfen fo Hue cornedian's Hhs.
He looks wise and alerf in Hue Garden of Eden.
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