Tillamook Catholic High School - Academic Yearbook (Tillamook, OR)

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ACADEMIC Pblhdby THE STUDENT BODY SACRED HEART ACADEMY T kog "-'af 953' 1948 u is e Of illamoo , rc on A- 4914 -sh Sf ffr'Esg:'f , 1' 35, 242 T ENTY-FIRST EDIT if" 7 K k x. V 'T -3 flu. , ! 1 n 1. - 1 fl - f----- x , . i......... I -W L ,, .X ,ks-5- l nf 1 43 I1 Ulf. x L--E... V. N . ,4 sr I 'T I1 1 f ,N -4i't,, -W W 1, T T F 'T W :VA-r-. I xS..Q I i f ! K S K...-k IL.l L Q-Q MI L.. ,, N 'L ii , .v, 1. 9. ., -, 53 . . g Viv . 'iff '.'5 1, ,, ,r I X 4 75 ' . . 'A' ,j HL' , - ' '1:..'-". "fQ-sift? .' ,, 1, ff, A ti . f Q2 , x.. 14- 'f .- fi 15 15?- . lg It wif,- ' 3 . lm,- , -- - 1 4. .' 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Page Elght The Acadcmzc SODALITY SONG MARY IMNIACULLXTE Mary Immaculate ucf n 0 our Land' Our hearts and our home Lee place m thy hand Grade dan ers surround us to thee do me lee Patromss azth ul Star 0 the Sea Patronasr azth ul O Star 0 the Sea Ilrlother 0 esur O pzty our tears That Uzct ry wth jusme may Iart do an e Palrorzesx azth ul pray for ou pfaef Patromss azth ul O pray or oar pfacc Mary our lblothrr Immaeulatf Ozufn O re u 0 0 szrznerf and .Star 0 the fa Amerzca 5 callm to you m her nc ed Patroncfs azth ul help us jlfad Patronfrf fazth ul O hflp U9 U plrafl ycarx f f f , f , mf f , f I . fl -, ' ' , " 1" ' " ' , 1' th ' Unite all the nations, let enmity' cease, l f' f , -, 1' y ' f f 1 'f ' e - fy a ' f SS, ,. f'Af , 1 zur 1' , ks. I' N nvqesw'-'t"' ,ws sw gmw Qffl' k"'.1 vf',3, i f 10, an 11 QE? . . syn., 'cf-4-f 1- 'bf f Jfaufm wr UAL 1. .W- , W nrriivw' A ' ' f-N. . ,Y ' ', :' X 1 A 'S'-. 1:-f' . , . 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W The Academzc Page N me SENIORS Donald Patrlck Averxll Carl H Blaser Charles Rlchard Butts Bettv ean Couzlns Rxta LIHTIC Gass Marcella Ann Hoffcrt Els1e Hurllmzmn Donald Anthony jenek Carl M Redmg Clar1ce Elleen Shaw Mary Ehzabeth Stephenson Vhllxam ohn Wehlnger Ellzabeth Ann Wostcl CLASS FLOWER CLASS COLORS Whxte Rose Sky Blue and 'Whxte Class Motto We lne m the present vse dream of the future and we learn eternal truths from the past , J ' Marilyn Kathleen Fitzpatrick ,. . J . Q . xi-7 Q 16 . DONALD PATRICK AVERILL Basketball 1, 2, 35 Football 2, 3, 4, Monogram Club 2, 3, 4g Secretary 3 5 Glee Club 1, 2, 3, Sodality 3, 4. CARL H. BLASER Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Football 2, 3, 4, Monoram Club 2, 3, 4 g Student Body President 43 Class President 3, Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Thespian Club 4, Annual Staff 3, 4, Paper Staff 45 Sodality 3, 4. CHARLES RICHARD BUTTS Basketball 2, 3, 4, Football 2, 3, 45 Monogram Club 3, 4, Glee Club l, 25 Class Vice-President 4, Paper Staff 4. BETTY JEAN COUZINS Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Paper Staff 4, Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 2, 3, 4, Thespian Club 4, Mission Club 3, 4, Sodality 3 4' Valedictorian. MARILYIN KATHLEEN FITZPATRICK Baeketball 1 2 3 Yell Leader 2 Glee Clu 1 2 3 Paper Staff 4 lss Presldent 4 Sodahty 3 4 RITA MARIE GASS Glee Club 1 2 3 4 Thespxan Club 3 4 Mus on Club 3 4 Secretarv 3 Sodalzty 3 4 Salutatorxan T ,T , b , , 5 4 5 Ca Basketball 1, 2, 3, 43 Paper Staff 4 'i' as MARCELLA ANN HOFFERT Basketballl 3 4 Orchestra 2 3 Glee Club l 2 3 4 Thesplan Club 3 Prom ueen 3 Mxssxon Club 3 4 Sodalnty 3 4 Treasurer 4 Paper Staff 4 Annual Staff 4 ELSIE HURLIMANN Basketball 1 2 3 4 Yell Leader Orchestra 2 3 4 Glec Club 1 2 3 Mlssxon Club 3 4 Vxce Presldent Thcsplan Club 3 Class Presrdent Annual Staff 3 4 Edltor 4 Sodallty 3 4 Secretary 3 4 DONALD ANTHONY JENCK Basketball 1 2 3 4' Football 2 3 ' Glee Club l 2 3' Thespian Club 4' Mono ram Club 2 3 4 President 3 ' Annual Staff 3 4' Paper Staff 4' Sodality 3 4 Vice-Prcfect 4. 4- 11' CARL M REDING Basketball 2 3 4 Football 2 3 4 Monogram Club 2 3 4 Glee Club 1 2 Class Vxce Presldent 2 Paper Sta? 4 Sodallty 3 4 Knxghts Trophy 4 CLARICE EILF EN SHAW CTransfer 46 Mt Angell Ba ketball 1 3 4 Yell Leader 1 3 Orchestra Leader 1 3 4 Student Body Seerc tary 4 Glee Clubl 3 4 lNI1ss1on Club 3 4 Presldent 3 Paper Staff 4 Thespxan Club 3 4 Sodallty 3 4 MARX ELIZABETH STEPHELSONI Transfer 46 Salem Basketball Manager 4 Glee Club 3 4 Thespmn Club 4 Annual Staff 4 dalxtw 3 4 Pre-feet 4 Paper Stall 4 5 -My WILLIAM JOHN WEHIIN GER Basketball 1 2 3 4 Footb ll 3 4 Class Vxce Presldent 3 Student Body V1cc Presxdent 4 Monogram Club 2 3 4 Glee Club 1 2 Annual Staff 3 Sodallty 3 4 ELIZABETH ANN WOSTEL Basketball 1 2 3 4 Glee Clubl 2 3 4 MISSIOD Club 3 4 Paper Staff Thesp1an Club 4 Sodahty 3 4 Best for worst shall make amends Fmd us keep us leave us fr1ends Txll perchance we meet agam Bened1c1te Amen' Selected The Academic Page Fifteen TO OUR SENIOR GRADUATES As another year comes to a close we the lower classmen realize the sterlmg example th1s year s Semor Class has set for us and we wish to thank them for the hugh ldeals they have built We hope ln future years to graduate with as fine a class as thelrs We regret to see many star members of our football and basketball teams leave us and we hope they may attam to as much success m future l1fe as they dld m school athletics To our Student Body Presldent and our Sodalxty Prefect we bxd a fond farewell We pray that our student government will succeed as well m the commg years and that our Sodalxty will gxve as much praxse to Mary as xt has under your guxdance Good bye Class of 48 untxl we meet at the etemal commencement Virgmxa Van Dyke 49 Senlor Class Hlstory In September 1944 seventeen of us as eager Freshmen boarded the shlp Sacred Heart for a four year voyage through the stormy channels of leammg Our first cargo mcluded math scxence English world geography and Religion After a rough voyage we finally succeeded IH reachmg port but m1nus three of our crew The following September as Sophomores thirteen of us again boarded our ship and set sail thxs tlme with a cargo of Englxsh Religion algebra biology and hlStO!'y We had smooth sallnng and all reached port safely Losmg one crew member and gaming four new seamen we started our trnp as Juniors more experienced and capable of assuming responslbxlxtles These were shorthand typxng English Rehglon history and algebra II The followmg Mav we made port but were saddened by the loss of two of our members On our last voyage fourteen loyal Seniors climbed aboard the good ship Sacred Heart and for our final cargo chose Religion chemlstry typing II soclol ogy Enghsh geometry home economics and first amd We cruised mto home port after havmg survived the many perils that lay m our way at last reaching our joumeys end Commencement Day May 30 1948 Marxlyxi Fxtzpatrxck 48 Mary Stephenson 48 ' 9 . . , . . 9 - 9 1 9 s 9 , 1 . 9 9 ' . . . , 9 - o o ..1-- 9 9 9 9 - u 39 - 9 9 ' ' 9 '9 'V 9 '9 ' 9 A 9 ' 9 1 9 9 9 . - - , 1. . - 9 , . . ' J 9 9 9 A 9 - . ? 3 ' . , , . , U ,, . . . . . 9 9 9 9 ' , 9 9 9 9 ' 9 9 - 9 9 9 9 ' . . . , 9 9 9 Page Sixteen The Acad ami c VALEDICTORY Reverend Fathers, Sisters, Parents, and Friends: We, graduates of nineteen hundred forty-eight, have before us the task of entering a fuller and more active life, Through these twelve years of education, we have been preparing for this step and are now ready to take our place in the world, as strong Christians and loyal citizens. We leave our school, furnished with guiding principles to mold our characters and shape our destinies. Hope fills our hearts with high expectations for the future. Although at times the way has seemed diflicult, with hardships and disappointments, these have been more than surpassed by the joys of happy days, which will be uppermost in our minds to the end of our lives. The world of which we shall soon form a part is passing through one of the greatest upheavals of all times. It is both revolutionary and evolutionary. It will be our duty to stand in opposition to two great dangers: excessive use of creature comforts, and the menace of disguised, athestic, political policies. The use of modern comforts and pleasures is excellent, only the abuse of these may tend to develop a Godless life, at the expense of spiritual values, while the great danger in evil government today is in our indifferent attitude toward it. The times demand constant vigilance, quick decision, unerring judgment. Vvlith zeal and vitality we cnter this new Held. Much we have won, for which we must render an account. For the privileges which have come to us with amazing force in these last moments, we must do justice. This we shall accomplish by developing a strong enthusiasm, that can never be silenccdg an unswerving loyalty, unchanged in victory or defeat, and high minded integrity against all superficiality. With high aim, firm purpose, and unselfifzh ambition we will know no failure nor defeat. To our pastors, teachers and parents, who have assisted and guided us with fortitude and patience, we wish to show our sincere gratitude not in words only, but in actions. In our behalf you have devoted your energies, giving us a new spirit of mind. mode of thought, and standard of life. You have impressed on our minds the truths that will develop in each one of us the truest manhood and womanhood. We came untired, unlearned but we go with higher ideals, clearer understanding and marks of discipline. We shall remember you with honor, regard, respect and as a powerful influence on our lives. Cod Bless you and farewell. Undergraduates of Sacred Heart, to you we leave our memories, endeavors and goodwill. We hope you will preserve and add to, the glory of our dear old Alma Mater, remembering that: "We live in the present, we dream of the future and we learn eternal truths from the past." Betty Couzins, '48 The Academu: Page Seventeen SALUTATORY Reverend Fathers, Sxsters, Parents Frxends Another year has gone by, a year of fun and excxtement, of troubles and dlsappolntments, but wlth that year comes the most excltmg, the most joyful, and perhaps the most tearful tlme m our school lxves graduatlon Smce we could never have reached thxs goal wxthout the help of our pastors, our Szsters, or our parents, we, the egraduatmg class of 1948, wxsh to render our thanks to them As one member of the class, I wlsh to express the sentxmz nts of us all We will nevcr reahze or appreclate everythmg th t has been done for us but we can and w1ll try to repay our bcnefactors, at least a httle bv obeylng thexr admomtlons at all tlmes They have always had our souls 1n mmd and we thank them for xt And the dear Sisters' how much they have sacr1f1ced m order that they m1ght show us the may the good,clean way, to heaven' By their teachmg and example, we have learned more than from any number of books To our parents we vush to express our apprecxatxon for thelr unselfzshness m provxdmg us w1th a Cathohe educat1on We know lt was hard for them, at txmes, and we love them for It umors today we leave you, and me leave the beloved school ln your care We present you wxth the l-eys Open the doors to the many httle mcxdents, the quamt experiences that have so hghted up our last exeltmq year as seniors We stand together for the last txme but knov. ng your dependabxhty your earnestness and smcerrty we have no fmars Xou mll ea rv on the great tradmon of the school, brmemg her great honor and respect We cannot help but feel a sense of VICIOTN of success s we finally have the s'tt1sf1ct1on of attamlng a goal, ready to face hfe and the future wlth a broad r kno yledfre and stronger determmatxon May we fulhll the expectatlons of all' Rxta Gass '48 . .1-... . . L 1 . . Vx '. 1 'x lr . ' 8 1 2 . V I K a u ' 1 4 I . .... I f . , , . , ., ., , - Y J ' ., ' , 'S ' 4 Y . r x x Y . . . . ' . , '1 ' . y', i' ,.. . ' ' , , , , I ,' Vx. " 15 ' " 1 A, L . V -fs v , , . ., ,, . .,.. . . . .. ' . ' e vw' l . ' :J .... Page Eighteen The Academic SENIOR CLASS WILL ARTICLE I We, the Senior Class of 1948, of Sacred Heart Academy, declare this to be our last will and testament. ARTICLE II 4 We bequeath to the Junior Class our ability to cooperate with one another. ARTICLE III We leave to the Sophomore, our school spirit. ARTICLE IV To the Freshmen, we will our brilliant minds. ARTICLE V To the members of the faculty, we do hereby will and bequeath our ap- preciation for their guidance, patience and understnding. il..- Seperately and individually, we do hereby will and bequeath our possessions as follows: I, Donald Averill, reluctantly leave the abilities which took me fourteen years to master to my lower classmen. First. my perfect attendance to Leona Miles, to Irene Hoffert my biology book that I used eight semesters. QI think my knowledge of biology is advanced enoughj. Last of all, my one and only charm, my muscle bound body fall 215 lbs.j to John Lamkin, my competitor. I, Carl Blaser, will my front seat to Francis Hurlimanng to Stanley I leave my church key, as he usually needs one. To Deney I leave my ability to come out of wrecks fcarsj with only scratches, and to my brother Bob, my backward number four basketball jersey, just to keep it in the family. To lyiargaret Buchler, I leave my gum chewing, in hopes she has better success than I. I, Charles Butts, will my desk in the noisy corner of the room to Betty Armstrong, to see if it will enlighten her mindg to George Becker my football position and tackling ability, to Myrtle Plasker, my absences without excuses, to Edith W'assmer, my school spirit, and to Francis llenck. my basketball abilityg my model "A" school bus to Johnny Wehinger and last but not least, my personality to all lower elassmen. I, Betty Couzins, will my place at the annex to anyone who is interested. I will my extra credits to lVillis Rutledgeg my great ability to study to Jimmy Brown fas I am sure he will keep it upj 3 to Peter Iloffert, my being able to do my own work, and to Lloyd Baertlein, my ability to git 'iso-mad" because he never does. I. lylarilyn Fitzpatrick, reluctantly bequeath the following abilities I struggled so diligently to master, the four years I spent in this high school: First, to Alice Schmitz, my ability to keep lat-2 lours, school nights, and sleep six out of The Academzc Page Nmeteen seven perrods the followmg day, my abllxty to be confronted for chewmg gum, the mmute I step into a class, to Rllda Bamford, and my advanced knowledge of shorthand, to Vrrgma Van Dyke fMay xt do her as much good as lt has me 1 I Rrta Gass, wrll to Margaret Becker my basketball sult 1f she ll promlse not to wear xt out My abxhty to abstam from wrxtxng poems about my favorite hero, I grve to Irene Hoffert To Rose Redmg I w1ll my prompt attendance at Home Ee sewing meetmg eyery Thursday nlght and to Betty Armstrong, I will whatever she needs yyhrch rs xn my possessxon very little I Marcella Hoffert yyxll to Irene all of my A s m hopes she ll travelllll To Dorothy, all my Ty Poy tr p1ctures IU rc turn for her B Mxtehum pxctures To Rxta Stembach, my posxt on as guard on the mam team, I beheve she IS capable of replaexng mt To ovee Bryan to skatc wrth rn the grand march Pant' Pant' To Marv Fasbmd my art of getting mterestcd xn :1 good book QC A C I Elsxe Hurlxmann lt ay: tothe ptr on yyho n cds xt most my abxl ty vylaen I yy nt tol to do as Im told To the Hrst person yyho asks for zt I yyxll my most trzasur d duty of rlngmg btlls 'ylay he alyyays eherxsh It I l ayc to Mouse my tzsk of tellmff tum to all thosc yyho ask provxdc d she ney er fa l to ansyyt r To I loyd Bacrt un I yull my exft of yymn ng all 'iftxlll cnt smee I he rd h yy s lc ft yyxthout xt My knoyyledet of Nestucea Ca ltml td an ount c l I leay to Nlyrtlc sxnce she xs mel ned to be mterested My good humor I yull to all the loyy er cl usmatcs, stung they vy1ll need xt I Donald enck bequeath my long hard earned ab1l1t1es as follows to Stanlcy Stcmbaeh rr'y plaec t cnd xn the tr ng Thlrd and last to the freshmen Qlflg my elm., loud dxstlnc t yovcr I Carl Redlng do yull and bequeath to Vlrmnla Van Dyke my bashfull ness my taxx s rvlee to Den Flat? and last my desk 1n the corner of the room to th d afest person neyct year I Ellecn Shayy wrll to Carol Boyer my Armxshayys fPortland that IS I eons1df-red leavmg school 1 hug enough offumg to Anna Cass To Edith Wlassmer, I glye my ha d farned posrtxon of foryy ard fprovxdmq she 1s good enough T the faculty I grve thanks for my dxploma I BI ry Stephen on hfrfbv yylll md bequtath to Alu' Sthm1t7 the frxend sh ps I have formed at dear old S H A and to anyone yyho yy ants rt I leaye my drawmg ab1l1ty plus a bottle of aspxrm To Bobby Blaser I turn over the manager hlp of the Glrl s ba kttball team the lucky boy' To Lloyd Baertlem I yull sorne new mrl to yymk at durmq class Know that Ill bc gone My yymnmg smlle I leave to Stu and Deney, and to everyone, I rmpart my best yyxshts I Wllllam Wehmqtr w1ll my blush to the only one yyho can wear lt, Bernard aeobs Bly vlrtue of kcepmg my mouth shut at the proper tune, to my tymo brothers Andy and ohnny Last of all my advanced yyay yyxth ysomea to Edward Werner I Elwabeth Wostel leave to Eugtnc Sander my dramatxc abxhty also my dark ha r My basketball suxt and hart of the ball to the one yyho yyxll get the most use out of them I wxll my abrhty to study and reee1ve hrgh grades to Rudolph my sunny d1spos1t1on to Mary I'1ssb1nd and I leaye my place at the mrrror to Rose Redmg Szgned THE SENIORS , . . . , ' J , . 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DISLIKE FAVORITE SAYING NAME 0I'1C oneyc ig ant q Se 31' CS NUTS 1C OI' Lower c issmen Tic NEW ook It makes me so mad Betty Couzms Mar yn F tzp Il CZIN L iN mg Cat Ch I10t Idd Oh Super ntendent of se loo OOFS alll ll Hg' 0I'IT1S ha UCZISS ng UI' mann uven e Ju Cutt ng w re grass That there ona d jenck LS In CFOX No ludd Eng sh teach Be ng an A student Art? 9 We Mary Stephenson NS CON 1 HC F8 L95 Llfl f Let Marcy' do xt E zabeth Woste 49 yke aV1nD gn L if onald Averill ........ ........... C hangeable ........ ................. G irls ...................................... A muscular b0dy?? .......,...... U. M. T. Carl Blaser ....... ...... .,.. ...... ' ' H hile" .. ..... ............ A ccused of being under-agcBoard0rs .............................. Twenty- . Ch 1 Butts ,,,,,, ,, ,,,,,,,,,, "Oh yeah" ,,,,,., ,,,,,..,...,, ,,,. P i nochle .,..........................., Beefing ................................ llilk i ue cars. ' ..,.. .... . ..... " " ......., 1 " " l ................ l. l ..............A.... .Unif 11 d .rr il i atriek .,.,..,.,.,. "Da, imagine that" ............ Frogs and widows ...........w...w Shall I name the brand? .... 'Frisco at 18. Rim Gass ,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,.,l.,,.... ' ' i " .................... ' ......... ......... .......... " ' catness ...............,............ ..H '- . Marcella Hoffert ....,,,,,,. .... ' 'Did you know?" ................ Unif .............................. Sl I i R d l ................ i "I lsi? Elsie H li ,.,... . ,.... "Which one?" ...,..., ........... T alki i 1 .? ........... ...... B ell-ringing .......................... Ringing c pcl bells. D l ,,,,,,,,, ,,,, ,,,, ' ' " ,.,,, ,,,,.,,.,,,,.. i i ., ........,..... Girls ........ ............................ . J il ' dge. Carl Re-ding ,,,, . , , ,, ,,,, "D ed if I know" ,. ..,,.,.,. Weddings ........ ................... G rirlning .............................. The North Q 5 1 il Eileen Shaw ,,,,, , ,, ,,,, " ' ing?" ............,,...... P ide ....................... ...... F iddlin' around ......,,............ jascha Hcifitz II, ........" ll!" . .. . .. .. . i " " A li. A er. Willi Wehinger ....... . .... "I'll betchaf' .... ............... Y Odeling? ............ ............... B 21Sh l H ............... ..... .... A h with 00 li l .... ..... ' ' ' ' " ............ ................................ G iggling ......... .......... .......... S u n Valley. Vir i i . ,, ' CII Postm Page Twenty-two The Academic A--,,----.---, PROPHECY The year is 1968, and all we hear from a certain person is the Olympic Games. That person is "Willie" Wehinger, who has entered the mountain climbing competition. and says, while winning first place, that stopped for a rest, halfway up The Matterhorn. He looked around, and this is what he saw: It seems "Donnie" Averill took up the barber profession, after all. He now runs his own shop in the little borough of "Running-Water," down in "Kuka- monga Gulch." "Donnie" just graduated from the college, where he was captain of their football team. "Hooker" jenck is still farming, and says the land is much better for cows down Coronado, Califomia way. QCan't imagine why he decided to move there.j Eileen Shaw, M. D., Ph. D., Surgeon, etc., is the most eminent doctor of the day. Besides being head of the staff at St. Vince-nt's Hospital, in Portland, she is still "fiddling around" with her violin. The Tillamook County Fair is in progrress, and just guess who's the "Big Cheese" of that organization . . , none other than Marilyn "Fitz" Fitzpatrick, who is following her father's footsteps. Also at the Fair, we find a large crowd around a certain booth. Why, my goodness gracious! It's Rita Gass and her fancy work booth. All that crocheting she did in school seems to have been to some avail. "Kid" Blaser, our World Lightweight Champ, after beating Lesnavitch a few years ago, seems pretty hale and heary . . . says he's going to retire to the fami, real soon like. Marcella Hoffert now has her own radio program over KTIL, where she broadcasts all the city news and gossip. We hear Marcella enjoys this work immensely. Betty Couzins, while waiting for Lloyd to graduate. has joined a nationally known debating team, and has won several awards for her debating f?j. Wonder why? Just look at all the practice she had. We see "Carly" Reding turned out to be a family man, as did "Charlie" Butts. "Carly" is the president of the Grange, and holds Swiss dances pretty regularly. "'Charlie" is inviting everyone to his first son's wedding dance, to be held in the near future. Don't we wish we could, go! The department stores, in 'Tillarnook, are building up rapidly, but the most outstanding is "Saekley,s", and the manager is none other than "Lizzy" Wostel. We knew that after working there so long, there had to be a promotion. The Academzc Page Twenty three W1lhe now turns thc bmoculftrs ln the d rectxon of Notre Dame College where Mary Stephenson rs the prof s or of Cl'lCIU15fI'y They have just erected a huge labo 'mtory IH her honor and shell probably have the honor of blowmg xt up too KNO offen c rneantj In the back pevx of the Sacred Heart Church rn Tlllamook who do we see but Srster Mary Flsxe CHurl1mann of course J watchmg all the llttle kxds and hstenmq very mtf ntly to what Father Banfield has to say tHe told her so huh ludspj Well folks about thxs txme Wxlle dec1dcs to go up the rest of the mountam 'md finds out he can t make It Seems to be frozen to the ground Oh well he wanted to be an 1solatxon1st anyway Rllda Bamford 49 Iumor Semor Banquet The annual Jumor Senzor banquet was held at the Vrctorv House on May corsages 'md the boss xuth boutonmeres The Ruerend Mrchael Rully O S B the Reverend Raphael Bluemmel O S B the Junlor 'md Sen1or students to ether xuth mans guests were present A dCl1ClOl19 me tl of ehlclten and steak was served after vnhleh the Rex ere nd Nfmchael Rexllw addressed the students Rllda Bamford acted as toast nnstress Betty Couzms as Valedletorxan and Rxta Gass as Salutatormn Some of the other numbers that fol loved the banquet were th Class W1ll Clas Prophecy nd thc Foroseope After the speeches the party went to the Parlsh Hall for the annual Prom The Fre hmen and Sophomore students vnth tne p rents of the graduates chap erones and guests were wsartmq there to me t them The hall was beautlfulls decorated m bu nd xxhx xuth the theme of the Prom the Rambow On the stage was a statue of th Bles ed Mother surrounded by flowers Everythm was well manabed and x ell ehaperoned nd all enjoyed a dehzhtful evenmg Lloyd Baertlem 49 . 7- l Li4J4'AAAA4AA'54 AAAA fA"AAAAAAA AAAA A"'AA'f ff ' xv , , ' ' , : ' ' , , , . , . . 1 . , Y V . 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Q fs 1' ' M ' A L ' ' cc ' 97 L ' 1 . .', I Y ' Y . - - , -1 as as 4' - C 1 I I ll ' Q, 7 Q -- , '5 Page Twenty-six Tha' ACGd!'171ll' --AAAA-5.1-54.5.41-AL:AA1.4-,AAAA-AAA.:-A AAAAAAA 4A'A'AA""','A'A"" GRADUATION PROGRAM May 30 1948 Baccalaureate Mass Process1onal Cyous S Mallard Faxth of Our Fathers Tradztzonal Mary Immaculate Sodalzty Hgrnn Pralse the Lord Ave Mana Von De Pulte Baccalaureate Address Recess1onal C Rosxzm Commencement Program Ave Mana Molztor Knfrltrl Address Presentatxon of Dlplomas Rev Father Mzchael Benedletxon O Salutar1s Hostxa A Lezzner Tantum Ergo C Romm V1Ct0r1a P Kreckel Rccessxonal C Romm Sacred Heart Parzsh Chozr under clzrectzon of Danzel Braxmeyer ' ------- Biggs Processional ------ Cyous S. Mallard I g J 3 Z QMHQ 3 M The Academic Page Twenty-seven , ,J - '---1-'sp . - .., ,,,.. , K-2 '- nr , 1 J 1 li 1 , , Jil. if f' -' ig' L We w ,I 2 I' :L I . . Standing, left to right: Lloyd Baertlien, Stanley Steinbach, Deney Flatz, Willis Rutledge. Scatcd:Margafet Buchler, Carol Boyce, Rose Reding, Virginia Van Dyke, Alice Schmitz, Rilda Bamford. Absent: Andrew Wehinger. JUNIOR CLASS HISTORY In the fall of 1945, thirteen shy students formed our freshman class and gained two at mid-term. This seemed rather a large class at that time. Like the students of other years, we were not suspended from the thrills of a good initiation with all of its trimmings. Our subjects were: Religion, biology, modem history, algebra, and English. Our Sophomore year started with the same students, gaining two more at mid-term. In the athletic field, the boys played several good games of football and of basketball, winning high honors with the rest of our high school. As Juniors we are ten in number. Two more arrived in the first semester, while one of our charter members left us after ten weeks of school. The subjects this year were: Religion, English, sociology, typing, home economics, chemistry and geometry. Now we are looking forward for a prosperous Senior year and hope war will be kept away from us, so that our class will be able to graduate in regular form with all its members present. Rose Reding, '49 Page Twenty-eight The Academic A fin dup T7 f' Standing, left to right: Francis Hurliman, Merlin La Voie, Francis jenck, joseph Reding, james Brown, john Wehinger, Peter Hoffert, Eugene Sander. Seated: George Becker, Edith Wassmer, Margaret Becker, Mary Fasbind, Dorothy Durrer, Leona Miles, Edward Werner. SOPHOMORE CLASS HISTORY On September 10, 1946, nineteen eighth grade graduates prepared to enter Sacred Heart High. Since initiations have been discontinued the class escaped that humiliation! The subjects assigned to us for the Freshman year were Religion, general science, algebra, English and a choice between Latin I and ancient history. From our original nineteen we have now Hfteen Sophomorcs who are taking the subjects of Religion, biology, mathematics, English and world history or Latin l. W'e are eagerly looking forward to our Junior year when we will be upperclassmen. Dorothy Durrcr, '50 The Academu: Page Twenty mne " S E. 4 Standmg left to rxght Irene Hoffert Joyce Robl Anna Gas: Rzta Stembach Myrtle Plasker Betty Armstrong Seated Bernard Jacobs john Lamkm Robert Hurlnman Rudy Wostel Robert Blaser Michael McKenzxe Lloyd Schwend F RESHMAN CLASS HISTORY On September 8 1947 thlrteen proud Freshmen marched trlumphantly through the front entrance of dear old S HA a pr1v1lege granted only to hlgh school pupxls Mountmg the staxrs wlth the ease and boldness of an experxenced upper classmen these grade graduates entered a new and dlfhcult hfe The subjects alloted to the class mcluded Rehgxon mathematlcs bxology flrst a1d Latm or world hlSt0I'y and Enghsh Many socxal and athletxc act1v1t1es reheved the d1stress1ng problems of school hfe, though the freshmen were spared the usual m1t1at1on The crownmg event of the year was the school "prom" at Commencement Anna Gass, '51 ' . .N M A Q- ' '.z"'t'F-!, aff.. .. , ' " -H nk " 'WSW'-"-'T-'i"-""" j A ' ll f 4 r In E V - , ' - i -f V - 1 " . - f f P - . ,. E , , l 4 ' i' ff-ff e wf f 1 e - -K 1 ' . r A . 1 A t f mr: 'N I F X U 1 as S W 4 f V A I . 3 . : D Q J . . ! J : J . I . I J I , 7 3 l N- I . l K 1 1 1 D l ., 1 , , l ' 1 . i - . ' .. : . . , . 5, . , , . SENIOR COMMENTS JUNIORS Lloyd Baertlem Rilda Bamford Carol Boyce Margaret Buchler Vlrgmxa Van Dyke Deney Flatz Rose Redmg Willis Rutledbe Alice Schmitz Stanley Steinbach Andy Wehlnger SOPHOMORES Margaret Jean Becker irnmy Brown Dorothy Durrcr Mary Fassbind Francis Hurlxmann Francis enck lNIerl1n Lavoxe Leona Miles oe Redmg Eugene Sander .......... john Wehinqer .......... Edith I'Vas,iiner .......... Edward IV:-rner ........ Peter Hoff: rt ............ FRESHMEN .................... - ...... Betty Armstrong ....,...r.......,..... Robert Blaser .....,.....,,. Anna Gass .................. Irene Hoffert ............ Robert Hurlimann .... B rnard acobs .......... I ohn Lamkin ..........,.......,,,,.,., Michael BIcKenzie .... Myrtle Plasker .......... Joyce Robl ..........,,..,,,, Lloyd Schwend .......... R1ta Steinbach ....,.,,.,,,...,,,,,,,, Rudy Wostel .,....,.,.,,..,,,,.,,,,,.,,, IN GENERAL Loquac1ous Wh it ll he do next year I m a lucky gal Oh' My handsome brothe Show me the powder room I thirst' Practice m kes perfect Golden Earrmgs unlor show off X' lnt we couldn t Q? say Our lu c ous blushing boy Brawn' but brains? IN GLLNERAL Arrogant I will tcll NN here s mv buck and a half? Only hor cs stamp their fret' Hot rod lnhc I xrmrr s son 7cp1l nnwr fill his brothers hoes' Fr it ru lm uage comes in handy NI1lfS to NOYTISS or haw you tried it yet??? Casanova from nowhere. 'Iyrone Power . . . it says here. Alright' WVc "ont mention him. The big one got away. Get in lim, girlr. IN CENIERAT -Good little kids. Upper cl ssmans sister-in-law . Brown ey.-s ....... slurp! A: Brafn: beauty, and vitality' Will c give me a picture? l Clark Cwlml' has one. too. Do we l'l'1Yl.B. fair-View here? Isnt hr cute! Chip off the old block. I cooperate- with the team-and others. Is it .kating or Bryan? Alan elous. isnt hr? .Good gal., "low s thc, weather up there? Page Thu-ty The Academic ...Y- ....-----------------------v---- J- 'M I , - . a . . Q v --..- .. --I l - ,..,..,.,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,, ,,,, . ' V rl ' Sl ' ,Y ' ' o' .--'--,--...---..--.-.,. xl i - , ' ' ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,.,,, . ' . ' ' ' . . . .,.,............-.-. L I YI A 'i George Becker ,,,,............... , ...... Portland stylelQ?j J- --.-.-------E6 ' x7 ' I I I, - ,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,...... ' ,' 2 . v ' U - cc - 37 1 y. I I -'V.---------..-------'-.-V 1 sf x 7 7 5 ........ fffffffff .3 N i " ' ' . . .S . .' . ' ,.,....,,,,,.....,........ 'vig 1 .' . 4 g I s x V 3 A Lb , . N I A I A AJ ,1 3 L4 57 I 1' gy 7 K C '- - 4 u 4 1 n r ' KX H VX 44 4 ,, II J ' . . Q' k 1 , K . 7 42 ' The Academzc Page Thxrty one EDITING THE ANNUAL 'if From left to nght Elsie Hurlnman Lloyd Baertlem James Brown Mary Stephenson Stanley Stnnbach Carl Blaser Charles Butts Dzney Flatz john Wehmger Editor In Chlcf Assxstant Edxtor Assocxate Edxtor Advertxsmg Edltor Art Edxtor Athletlcs Busmess Managers Donald Ienck Marcella Hoffert Annual Staff Elsle Hurlxman Donald Jenck Marcella Hoffert Lloyd Baertlem Mary Stephenson Carl Blazer Deney Flatz Stanley Stembach Charles Butts James Brown John Wehmger E - I - , ' , , H ,V+ - I' A 1 l. , A 5"' gs' , x Y - if r J' KH rl' I ' I :,j,fQfi' . 2 . . I . , I . , , I , I , . . - - 5 3 , . . - - , , . Page Thu-ty two The Academzc STUDENT BODY OFFICERS if Left to nght Wallxam Wehmger Ezleen Shaw Carl Blaser Father Mzchael Student Counctl MI!!! i .,. ,be .. -Ah Q ,Aj Left to rxght Father Michael Ezleen Shaw Carl Blaser Charles Butts Deney Flatz Marzlyn Fitzpatrick Wxllzam Wehmger joseph Redmq Alzce Schmztz Robert Blazer Eugene Sander Irene Hoffert Student Government At the close of last year 1947 the followmg oflicere were elected by secret ballot Carl Blaser, Presrdent, VVlll1"tITl Wehmgcr VICL Preeldent, Elleen Shaw Secretary The Student Bodx took an actwe part m the cirrvmg out of Qchool actxvxtxes Theee mcludecl electxon of yell leader pep rallys unxform rcgulatxom and varlous other undertakmgs that arose durmg the school ycar Donald Averrll 48 , . . .J 4-- ' I I 2 ' ' I , g -.- e .. -,A 'f,. gl' ,1 g, e-, .7 , ' 4 45 5- -B ...,,.i at-::,, . s'- F Q - .- .t.. S f f ,.. 4 ' 1 ' -5' ' ,S x s , 1 ' . '. 4' 4 ' v '. ' , ' I K b 1-K r' -gfsn, - if - Q . 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I , ' J The Academic Page Thlrty three iluquvg Hurlzmann Secretary Lloyd Bacrtlem Treasurer SODALITY Officers of the Sodal1ty of the Blessed Mother were elected 1n September as follows Mary Stephenson Prefect Wxlhe Wehmger Vlce Prefect Flsle Hurhmann Secretary and Andy Wehmger Treasurer At mld term Donald enck and Lloyd Baerthen were appomted to the offices of Vxce Prcfect and Treasurer respectlvely due to the res1gnat1on of Wllhe and Andy Wehmger Act1v1t1es for the year mcluded varxous projects among whxch were preparmg boxes for the Convalescent Home durmng Chrlstmas tlme and raxsmg funds for a Semmary Burse for the educat1on of an aspxrant to the prxesthood A F ve Saturdays project was started aceordmg to the promlses of Our Lady of Fatxma together wlth our regularly observed Sodalxty Commumon Sunday The year was very successful and all hope the Sodallty may contmue to be so, rn the future Mary Stephenson '48 . ,, 'fl . 4 l K' .X N -. .4 I l "Y fs ll , , f Left to right:Donald jenck, Vice-Prefectg Mary Stephenson, Prcfcctg Fr. Michaelg Elsie ' , 3 ' , . u 1 , U S . . . ,t . as I . 9 i 3 . J ' U ' 9 .I Q s n a . -1 , , . . L . . E . , . . U A 95 ' ' ' H I . ' 2 1, 3 Page Thxrty four The Academzc Gy- -4 ffm mf-kw.,,g.1ll'v' wif """"""f" A. 8-IU' nfla, ii Left to nght Elnc Hurlrmann Marcella Hoffert Mary Stephenson Ezleen Shaw Rita Gas: Betty Couzm: Absent Elzzabeth Wostel MISSION CLUB A change ln the course of RCl1g1OH s1mpl1Fled the task of sendmg out rellgrous mstructlons to thc Cathohc chlldren who ha c not the prxvxlege of attendmg Cathollc schools The course the Confraternxty of Chr1st1an Doctrxne eonsrsts of prmted forms ready to be filled out by the ch1ldren Each chxld studxes a prescrlbcd textbook Th1S year we have regxstered our members from Cloverdale and vrcmlty onlv Club members send 1nd1v1dual Chrrstxan Doctrme forms to thelr sm'1ll charges, who answer and retum them for correction The corrected forms are then sent back wxth a new lesson and a small 'ward 1f thelr work has been exceptronully ood Response of puprls to thx plan rs very glvlflfylllg Exlcen Shaw, '48 R1ta Gass 48 . . in , - 11 4 1 A 1 Q X , f N 'g , . ,A K l L . , - 5' . n F - ' . 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' 9 's The Academic Page 'I'hirty-five From left to nght Robert Blaser Lloyd Baertlem Mary Stephenson Rose Redxng Carl Blaur Elzzabeth Wostel Eugene Sander Ruta Gas: Ezleen Shaw Betty Couzms Donald Iencl: THESPIAN CLUB The umor Senxor Class play Nothmg But the Truth was gxven Aprll 16 1948 ln the Parlsh Hall Cast of Characters Robert Bennett Lloyd Baertlem E M Ralston Eugene Sander Dlck Donnelly Robert Blaser Clarence Van Dusen Donald cnck Blshop Doran Carl Blaser Gwendolyn Ralston Mary Stephenson Ethel Clark Betty Cousms Mable Jackson Elleen Shaw Sable Jackson Ruta Gass Martha Rose Reddmg To tell the absolute truth 1sn t as easy as xt sounds Bob C Robert Bennett, found out when he made a bet that he could tell the truth for twenty four hours If he could do thxs h1s workmg partners were to double the 3510000 Bob had to mvest Otherwxse they got the S10 000 The catch to xt was the money dxdn t belong to Bob but to Gwen the gxrl to whom he was engaged The money had been raxsed to bulld a new commumty church Durmg these twenty four hours of tellmg the truth Bob and many others founds themselves m cmbarassmg sntuatxons Bob fxnally won the trylng bet and everyone was happy all except of course Bobs busmess assocnates, Van Dick and Mr Ralston Betty Couzms 48 . : ! . I I ' I I I 3 1 3 J l f ' J - - - sc - as ' - I . 9 3 a J ' ' Mrs. E. M. Ralston ...............,.....,.......... Elizabeth Wostel . , . , . . . . , . . . . , ' ' 1 ' a , . n l , . . 3 3 , . . . I 3 ' ' ' 9 ' 9 Page Thirty six The Academic Standmg left to right Wzllzam Wehmger john Wehznger Carl Redzng Deney Flatz joseph Redzng Wzllzs Rutledge Donald Avenl james Brown Seated Eugene Sander Carl Blaser joseph Redmg Lloyd Baertlezn Donald Ienck Stanley Steinbach George Becker Absent Andrew Wehznger Charles Butts MONOCRAM CLUB The Monogram Club has developed mto a larger and more organized club than in either of the two previous years The following oflicers are at 1ts head President Don enck Vice President, Deney Flatz Secretary Treasurer, Lloyd Baertlein There were five new plavers initiated as active members this year They won their letters in football and basketball The able director for the past year was Fritz Baumgartner who selected the following new lettermen: Joe Reclmg football' Eugene Sander football' George Becker, basketball' Francis enek football' lrlv'lll:.' Rutledi manager of football and basketball. The Lettermen raised a substantial sum of money in game return.. th's past year. Six members are graduating. These have built up the club through their four years at this school to a successful organization. They are: Donald enck, Donald Averill, Charles Butts, Carl Blaser, Carl Reding and William Wlehinger. lVe hope the Monogram Club will prosper in the future years as it has in the three previous years. Charles Butts, '48 The Academic Page Thirty-seven CHBL3 GLEE CLUB 4 , lv, ,.j,,3-51 '-rl. LJ xi, ,Q-45,4 'Vfjgv Mgt, V A g?.,.,.e .W ' ,Hgaffx L new .L .-Y-. Back row, left to right: Rose Reding, Ioyce Roble, Dorothy Durrer, Rita Cass, Eileen Shaw, Elizabeth Wostel, Anna Cass, Marcella Holfert, Elsie H urlimann, Rita Steinbach Myrtle Plasker, Mary Stephenson. Front row: Margaret Buchler, Edith Wassmer, Leona Miles, Irene Hoffert, Mary Fassbind, Carol Boyce, Betty Couzins, Betty Armstrong. - BOYS GLEE CLUB .B ' - -Nt. .. 9' ' W ' - .WMM , 4 in ' I ' YA it X'N.'x's ' 4 1 all--it if-,B E :F Q . vnu' B W-X li., ' I 'ex'-f Standing from left to right: Carl Blaser, Lloyd Baertlein, Deney Flatz, james Brown, Stanley Steinbach, Eugene Sander. Seated: john Lamkin, Lloyd Schwend, George Becker, Michael McKenzie, Merlin La Voie, Robert Blaser, Edward Werner. l,',.f-"'- FZIW 'Q ixifl F33 . " Q" V .' " :if fi' Q' ' f .Gp Elf.. . .. A , Page Thirty-eight The Academic ORCHESTRA A-4" Thlrd Row left to nght Cynthia Coats Charleen Brown Dorothy Durrer Marcella Ezleen Shaw Anxta Roush Nancy johnson Rzchard Kehr Second Row Rosemary Buchler Roberta Gallen Pamela Ros: Teresa Sander Bally Borgelt Rosemary Hurlzman Blaser Beverly Frederick Wendell Werner Fxrst Row Phyllzs Frederwk Irene Plasker Elsre H I B ur :man etty Couzmx George Rauch Hoffert Donald The K of C trophy bemg presented to Carl Redmg by Mr B111 Plasker at the KH1ght,S banquet W .-, . "ul I f. , 5 - A 1,5 I 'T ' V 11 Q e f HJ. I 1 ' A 3 -x v 'A . j . : . J I J J . 1 . 1 1 . - : J J J i J ! J D ' : i ! 1 ' .v - l 1 - , zfg. - "fx ' 3 , 5 e gd e Q 4 v- 1 . ,- L - ' Q . . e I 1 an - g. S . ' 'ing' .- I V l a ' Y D I I i . lt' 4 ,- . . , . , The Academzc Page Thnrty mne Knlghts of Columbus Athletlc Banquet The annual Knxghts of Columbus banquet was presented to the Athletxc teams of Sacred Heart Academy on March 31 1948 Thxs mcluded gxrls as well as the boys The banquet eonsxsted of a del1c1ous ham menu After the dlnner Davxd Stembaeh jr toastmaster for the evemnq mtrodueed Coaeh Frltz Baumgartner who gave a summary of the events of the past season 1n football and basketball He also presented both glrls and boss teams wxth the letters earned thls past season D Stembach then xntrodueed tveral speakers W1ll1am Plasker Grand Knltght who awarded the K of C trophy for scholarshxp sportsman h1p and xnspxrmq talk on obedlenee and Cooperat1on Russell Rarex was then mtrodueed and gave a tallt on the quallfieatxcns of a good athlete nd the mfluenee of wlneh IH later l1fe xslll be a great help Later Carl Ben cheldt presented movles of the Academy football team m aet1on Many frxends and fans of the Sacred Heart teams attended the banquet All hearuly enjoyed the evenlng Stanley Stembaeh 49 VV1ll1s Rutledge 49 Basketball Banquet On Aprxl 5 1948 Mr and Mrs Babe Stangle and Mr Deney Flatz Sr presented the first ten men on the Sacred Heart team of 1948 wxth a dellelously prepared banquet We wlsh to thank them for makmg the soexal evemng possmble and for the generous hosp1tal1ty shown Stanley Stembach 49 U O ...- . , . u V L 1. - . . a J . '7 I X 1 5 I 7 7 T , . . V .' . . I . 'Q . , Y , V. . 1 . I . . 'I , ' ' . . I' . ' , . s ' , athletles to sen1or Carl Redmg. Reverend Mxehac-I Rexlly, O. S. B., gave a very C , . . K 4 5 2 8 . I I . t . h C v I 1 I ' ' J 7 . . , ' 1 z ' KS 7, , , . . . . cc as ,- ' ' Q . , . ' 9 3 Page Forty The Academic T. 'S 9 ll 454 n-,!..44 , ,-.. 4 Je- SODALITY RALLY On Sunday afternoon November 9 approxlmately 200 Sodallsts met here at Txllamook for the annual Coast Sodal1ty Rally Besxdes Sacred Heart Sodallsts from St Marys of the Valley Beaxerton St Bonxface Subhmxty and St ohns MllW8UklC attended Upon arnval of the guests a luncheon was served to all by the Mothers Club of Sacred Heart The meetmg was called to order xmmedxately afterward The Rosary was the subject under dxscussxon followed by an open forum from the floor Short talks by Sodallsts representm each school were held After the bus ness for the dav was completed a speclal feature entertamment was prov1ded bv each Sodahty When the meetmg was adjourned the floor was cleared for danemg Followm thxs Benedxcuon was held and then the v1s1t1ng Sodalxsts departed for home For the s cond rally the Sodalxsts met agam on February 1 at St ohn s Mxlwaukle The Cathollc Student and H15 Parxsh was the theme of the meetlng Everyone had an enjoyable time re newmg acqua ntances and mak no new fr ends In the past two years we have found the rallys to b a greeat success spxrxtually ard socxally and hope th y w1ll confmu to be so m the future Elsxc Hurlxman 48 '44 . ,J , , I v. j I Q , X. ' qxl: . 'ss ' .X a A X 1 K' IH' A ,- A 'el L R " v'J ,, R "' ' A 4 4, -. S- ,, ...ii I . I . s a ' I 7 ' 3 . , X I i . . . . ' J 7 ' 7 7 , . . .J ., , , . ' 9 , . if 7, ' ' ' 3 Q . B . . . . I , , , , ,K . . 0. . cf 2 ' t 'A . . , P . . H . . . ,, I4 H. - ' 1 .. iff 1 V fi V . c - c, . .. , S . C I . j. ' . ,, The Academic Page Forty-one mf ,x-ayggs, Future sclentlsts busy experunentmg durmg Chemxstry class mf! J 'Jul s Typmg class hard at work. 'ws-W vis.,-vii?-m-G: ' 1 H A -. A .f-Q.. ...bf 2 : 'Q ' Fm: 'ir :I 'x -S :.J..fa. I: 4 57,31 -A 2' 4: f-- - s we L 9 , Q ' A A A 1 - I- f ' , Xhrk L , A ' ' .8 K-I m 1 ' P X ,, V pl V x . K ,, , ' L -ll-1 - , 5 , -I ," 5.1 5 7 I in I ., '- Tx V, ' -. -H wp .. -- , ' Page Forty two T e Academzc -L HOME ECONOMICS For the first tlme m our schools hxstory Home Economlcs has been mtroduced It was glven to the junlor and Semor class only A full schedule has been provlded Monday Tuesday and Wedncsday they have a class penod from the selected Home Economxcs book Thursday hand and machme snwmg lS taught on lrxdav fancy work W1th all of thxs sewmg the students have accomplxshed quxte a lot m mne months The Semor class IS especlally grateful to the school for havmg bfen gnven thlS subject m thelr last year We have enjoyed lt verv much and hope that Home Economlcs can agaln be gxven to the Junlors and Semors next year Marcella Hoffcrt, '48 - 1, ' T .fu L 4 if if 1 if s-- f il 1 T 5. Q Y' x e .' 1 .yan , Y ' lk -i Q' A . V, .X -. . ,V., ' . 1 Lg A 1 as . Q I n , - 'F' ,,, X A r . . , .V . . , . , s , N n ' L 1 a . 1 L a, a I , u I., a - ' 1 4 . 4 f, f .- Q .1 v ,x .X , x AN KF QNHEL' gf bmwdg 61121-5 7 mera 0V'ZMF L06- 4' 5 N .r "lf K.. A1 4' C 55:1 x '1 ay , I CLHRJde 5040059 S WATCH T168 vor ?? 5sYS Of f-,7-Z J 51M4lY 73 Mont Zo F YEA 4 zfAofx5f Q H CHQ: 5 , 1 i inlff fz Dah ug AW GNF EWR!! 4:07711 DUMP xv rw! ff ,vang V fl 'Vp ---7 "S. ----A-L-S419 M 9 I, if-1 "Ju, I r 77' Y , 1 .n.-.f ' N Eugene jenckg ehinger, joseph Reding, Francis mW Becker. Willa t: George , left to righ Sitting Ienck, Stanley Steinbach, Donald onald D CI' anag M Asst Brown, 83' Sander. Standing: jam Willis Rutledge, Manager. ehinger, Lloyd Baerllein, w eney Flats, john D Averill, K w Wehinger, Carl Reding, Charlls Bulls. Wostel, Andre udolph ck Row: R Ba .Q-F ., +4 sf: is, ...A can I qi, 1 'B rl' rg if-KL vs K - ... 0 f t Huw on 1 ,gg ln: A X Efil 1 5' Ali 8 .l :age A. . x .fu r f,. ii, 1 ar 1 'QV 'l x 'ie J. -,Z -' K n wanna X ..,.A ,. J- ' ll-PM lr . 1 I. 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A 5 5 ' '1 V -1,4 Z' ff' 1, A V R, lfirfr if The Academic' Page Forty-seven FOOTBALL On September 4 Coach Fritz Baumgartner was greeted by twenty candldates Among these were clcven returmg lettermen from last years successful team They were Carl Redmq Hooker enck Wxlhe Wehmger Carl Blaser Donald Averill and Charles Butts Scn ors Andy WVehmger Stan Stembach Lloyd Baertlem and Denev Flatz Jumors and ohn Wehmgcr Sophomore With these eleven around vyh1eh to build his team Fri z got together the greatest team of Sacred Htaxt s short football hx tory They won the County Ch rn p1onsh p gomq undefea ed un nd nd unscored upon In D1StF1Ct 1 B playoffs they defeated VValdport but lost to Amltv yyho went on to win the State Ch l"1pl0I'l h p The season s record yxas nme won nd tyxo lost yuth 213 points scored d only '32 a a nst them Although they lo e IX rc ulars th s year bv graduatlon they have several returning lcttt rmen and prosp cts look hrmht for ne t year Football Summary SEPTEINTBLR 18 The VIRIHHS met the Garibaldi Wolvcs playtd good ball but looked a httle rough at time and scored in each of the last quarters to wm 18 to 0 SEPTEMBFR 23 Sacred Hca t tray ell d to Mchfmnvzlle to play Mac s B squad The poyurful Vlkm s vyt re too much fo NfILK'IlI1I'lVlllL and scored at will Fmal seort Sacrtd Ht art 40 Xfar B U OCTOBFR '5 The Vlkmgfs met the poystrful 'Nc tucc x tltyc n on Llberty flcld The qanae was a roueh hard fourfht battlc The Vikings scored on a hghtmng hkr thrust thc first txm they got tht bul and out played th Bobcat rn the first half and sevc ral tlllilli yycrc Ulllltd ju t short of tnc tfoal In the the end thcy conntclcd yyrth a couple of dcspzrxtlon pas es and yyent to the 20 yard lme when the ame ended OCTOB R 10 On Lxberty field Sacr d Heart playcd Banks m thelr first ruqht game of the season The V1k n s play in uc tptxon lly good ball outcla d a scrappy Banks eleytn scored tyxo qu ck touchd suns m tht fir t qu 1rttr dded one m the second then vylth restryc s playing pu hed oyer a final ont m the fourth Fmal core yy as 29 to fl OCTOBILR 16 Sacred Heart played Tillamook B souad on a muddy ram soaktd 1 vbcrty firld Thr 'X lkrne eortd quuklv m the hr t qnurter This tuxntd out to bc thc onlv score of tht qanr Th list thu quutc rs yytrt playzd around mnd field as nelther team could get a sustimtd drlve under ysay Fmal score Vlklnvs 7 Tillamook B 0 OCTOBER 24 The rampaqmq Vrk nes ran rou hshod ey: r a eu tlas d Nehalern rlcven on Lmcrtv litld Sacred He rt scored nearly t yyxll to p le up a 46 to O yy n OCTOBER '31 Sacred Heart pl yed host to YN aldport on a r n soalcd Txberty Htld It was m thls game that the V1lx1lQ,'S yu r at their petk They ran roughshod over the befuddled Tmeoln County Champs runmnb and .i... 7 - L 2 . , . : ' L, J 3 3 7 J i I ' . 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T' . an -. : at ' -.. .' , '1r'. ' z. ' , ..A .7 U Page Forty-eight The Academic passing to two touchdowns in each of the first two quarters, and adding a final score in the third before turning the game over to reserves. Final score Sacred Heart 33 Waldport 0. NOVEMBER 6: The Vikings traveled to play the Loggers in the Mud Bowl. The game was played on a field of mud and water. The water in places was 18 inches deep which naturally slowed up both teams. The Vikings got of to a slow start but managed to swim and slosh their way to a 26 to 0 victory. BOVEMBER 15: Sacred Hearts undefeated untied and unscored-upon Vikings traveled to lVIcM1nnv1llc to play the undefeated Amity Warriors for the District l championship fhc game wa a onterly fought battle with ne her team being able to launch a scormff drive in the first half In the third quarter Sacred Heart droyc from then own 30 to Amitys 13 yard line but a clxpp ng p n ltw ended this threat It was at this point that the Warriors started their dr ve which cndcd only when they reached pay d rt fhexr luck for extra po nt was blo kcd but this 6 points x 1 enough s a flock of dc perate Viltxn passes fell incomplete lin l score Ami y 6 Vikln s 0 INOVEMBQLR 21 The Vlh1!lUS played Sh rid m Sp rtwn on 1 muddy ficld at Sh ixdan Sacred Hea t pos erfd their way to one touchdown in the first ei irtcr nd th rx urns c t c rec n t 1 second The Vikings scored aroth r touchdown in thc third period and Sh ridan lso era hed throu h for a scere The imc ended with the Yi rffs thrc ten nf' 'v am Final score Vlkmefs 28 Sheridan 7 INOVENIBEP 21 fhe qucs ion th l d b en kick d alound for w c was to b eciclfd oulcl Sixcll rts 1 nfrsccr1tT1 two lg squadj It was 1 fogx y nleht but a capacity crowd jxmmcd Libertv field rllee game was a bxttcrly fc ucfht bat lc y ith thl Chu IPI kers drawm frst blood lat' in tht ccond qualtri on a pass plav good for a score The ended 7 to O fol the Cheer nl 1 'Tll'1I11O0 cioye -.U yar s for another touchdown early in the h rd ouax cr and still another in the ourth on a blo l cl k l ti 1 l'l to 0 but thc Vikmes cam ba k strong and seo d n the f L th quart r on pass This m de winmnff the econd mnuil ChCCS Bowl e me between the cross toy n rivals Record Sacred Heart High Farxbaldi Mac B Squad Banks Tillamook B Squad Nehalem 'Nlcstucca YValdport lVh clcr Amity Sheridan 1 Tillamook S J Y , , , J v 4 , I I , L .1 .X t . K . . , x ,.L R , . -it . . g . 7 , . e a I . . . ' f .' i., , ' . ? , v i .' ' ' . E ' ' c ., '. " ' " -.'.3- g an . g .-.' ' ' ' .- '. 7' a .' f, 't , . . U g . 1 .. . . , . , - : , ' gy . '- L e' : . 2 z :Q . 1 1 j X . Q e" . . 1 ' .r : ' ' 1 ' ' ix: ' c. t :cl to 11 passing :1tt:: l: to score wie' .. .re i hr ' . f' ' X ' . e . ' v ' ' I K 4 fe. Ile si , . rg . .f .. ki .gi a 1 g age . . J , 0. , . . l ., ' c "z T xt' at ia c ' '11 . ' 'cake uf e le ' 1 . 'LC .11 1' 'e 'if-a ', V'ki g' lrf-2 , 'llrrz k 'lit h's HA' . " ' ' 2 fa" ' . '. . ' ' . ' I 1 ' 1' , 1' 1 .ll . ,. half ' '- X FQ'iSQ aes. lc l' 'X A I' df I f . . , c ze ict. The score l er was . . - "'. X i e ci . K, .2 re i . o xr '. c a . . '. .a the score 19 to 7, and this was the way the game end'-cl, with Tillamook " ' A , , 2 2 " M ga . ' ..- l .2- ' ..............................,. 18 lc ' . ' ,,,,,.,.,,.,,,,,,,.,,, ,,,, ,,..,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 0 CC li ,S O " ............................... . 29 . 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The Academzc Page Flfty seven THE FAMILY ROSARY The Ros'1ry has had a glorrous past, xt shall have a glorlous future Our Lady of the Rosary has kept all her promlses She has saved lHdlV1dl.l3.lQ fam1l1es, natlons and the whole world through xts power how the Rosary takes on a new glory It IS the family that I9 threatened today It 19 the famlly that must be say ed 1f the world I9 to be saved Th Rosary has sayed the world ln the past It w1ll save the world now hv s ivmff the f1IYlllV It 18 no lonefer thc Rosary alone but the whole farnlly lsneelmg togcthtr saylnff the Rosary Thxs IS lyfary s way and a mother lsnows hc t The I' 1m1lv Rosary IQ '1 lr sson ln trut hylnrf a fa ls r 'md mother tcaehmq therr ehlldren dependznee upon God Th I-l1IN1lX Rosary too IN a praetleal way to strengthen the f"iINlly lxfe so ea 1ly wc xkencd by the n odern w'1y of hyme Today more than ever there 19 need of a powerful weapon to protect famlly lxfe Happrly God provides us wlth the wr 'upon we need It IS thc F'1N1llV Rosary The hlstory of the Rosary has proved already how powrrful xt 15 aff mst the forces of sm and eyll lNow xt w1ll ll the mere say th f mlly lf tlv flmlly wxll only tak lt 1nto 1ts hands Deuly medxtatlon 19 thc splr1tu l powrr house of the great leaders of the Church But It IQ not for them alone Every pr rson 1n the world no matter what hls talents he e'1n draw from thus same powrr house by dally med1tat10ns or the lyfysterles of thc Ros xry The home that rule delly practlee of the Fafnxly Rosary 19 strong meets trlals, fence llfc joyou ly As we conslder the messafre of the Bles ed 'Mother at Fatrma we are lmpressecl wxth the mt1m'1te eonneetmn of the Rosary wxth the devotlon to the Immaculate Heart of Mary If we wxsh to und rstand clearly hoy dear the Rosary IS to the Mother of God we have but to read the account of the apparxtxons at Fa1ma, whrch rnrght well be called the RPPTFIUOIIS of Our Lady of the Rosary The famrly that loves Mary and says the Famnly Rosary wlll draw other famxlles to the Famxly Rosary There 1s a world to wm yet even when that world 15 won and the Famxly Crusade 19 Hmshed the story of the Fam1ly Rosary wxll stxll go on for lt 19 a llVlI'lg story of the prayer of 1 lxymff famlly wh1ch w1ll worshxp God and honor Mary for all etemlty Ellzabeth VVostel, 48 . . -111 .4 , , , , . . , . 4 , ... . 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' 9 Page Fxfty elght The Acadcmzc THE SODALIST AND HIS PARISH As the famxly IS the fixst human soclety so the parxsh is the first human soclety At the baptxsmal fount we were mltlated mto the greatest of all soc1et1cs the Myst1cal Body of Chrxst To us the Church should be a hallowed spot for xts very foundatxon speaks to us of Hmm who dwells there 1n How we should love and ChCflSh evuythmg that concerns the good of the parxsh and IS carrled on there under the supervxsxon of those placed as custodxans of all that IS holy and eontrxbutes to our splrxtual well bemg It should be our earnest endeavor to be outdone by none when lt comes may be for the mterests of the parlsh are those of the many souls that make up the parxsh There are socxetxes Catholxc Daughters Kmght of Columbus Boy Scouts Altar Socxety etc all approved by the Church Yet there are people who thmk lt not worth whlle to jom any of them Ex en when there are parxsh actwxtxes bazaars card partxes and the l1ke these very same people are among the ranks of the mlssmg Let thls not be saxd of us Let us be leaders first and foremo t m the ranks of the parxsh We may have places of busmess of reereatxon but let us always be found first xn the actxvxtxes of the pansh and God wxll take care of our other affaxrs Lloyd Baertlem 49 A 5.4-QL! A A j.L.Li.! A A A A AAAA A . Y h A M ' I , 3 to a work that will better the interests of the parish, no matter what the sacrifice , , Q . . , 6 . A , . , S, , 0, I V . . u Y V s., , 5 7 , . s ' ' . 3 J . , . ' v ' 1 The Academu: Page Flfty nme Nature Oh nature 15 a subject whxch everyone should know It br1ngQ the wlntrr wlth lts blxzzards of snow It brmgs the sprung wxth 1ts flowers and bees W1th thousands of buds on all the trees And the n sends Qurnmc r with the lovellcst days Vhth Qkxs 'ill stt 1n a splendor or haze But autumn Q the tnnc when golden lLaveQ fall ust hush and l1Qten to Nature Q call Leona NI1leQ 5 Mother 19 for Mother o dr ir to me IS for Obcdu nt Sllt taught me to be 18 for Tmrs m p ta ndtrly lb for Home she maoe for me 19 for Ever her I wlll love ALYVAX S' She 'md our Nlother above Memlyn Fxtzpatrlck 48 Vlrgxma Van Dyke 49 Illusions The Qun Q hnxnq The brewe zQ eool ItQ 1 wonderful dm For klppm Qf'llOOl Then you xx lt up And Qtmnge 1 mu seem You find xou are onlx Havmq 1 drmrn Cause outs de the xx nd IQ bloxsxnq a gale And our T1ll'1mool- mm HaQ turned 1nto heul Rllch Bimford 49 Wmter svllld The wmd mn through the t1eeQ The Qon It SHN mm sid Thcrc vwcrc no lc Wu to ttaQe That Q why It xx 'lent Qlnd Carol Boyce 49 lLLQj4i!A4ZAAAALQAAALLQ-IALQQJAAALLQ-Q'Ai-0441. ....- , ' .H . 5 ' 7 . T - , ' ' Q7 I . 5. 5. 4 3 ,. L if L H. I 4 , , 1 - 1 I 3 . K . , J , ', , , 7 . ' .,' 0 .-i-11 -4- hl-kf ' 1 3. , TWT '. "t ' ' ', H-" x - ' . E-', . " ', R-is for Rlght, XY 1 I A . . . . , 4 L Y , . .. V , 3 .- - U .i. ,, i, 5 i ' L, X . 7 l L l C Y . 1 J Q 0' . D. . , ' 'Que . . . is : , - , 7 . .I v' . .1 l Y. ' ., ' Q . : . . I K.. ' 9 L . , .-11-1 0 l ..l. . L tv . . . g , g '.::z . 'f "3 r. '. ,W V ' , 9 L ll K . , 9 3 Pagg Sixty The Academic -Q-x444J--ALAAAA---A Doubt Watch the black storm clouds of thunder Hcar the rush of thoughts that blunder Know ve that tht doom unptndmg Is the darkness rn your soul Shudder when ye thmk of evenmg LIGILII to the Ineasurtd drtanun Of tht stars agamst the tumult And the darltntss ln sour soul Watch thc brmghtnt s come upon ye Of a rnlll on lights of d wmng Ixnow ye th tt thc shxdoxsed passmg W as tht darkne s IH your oul Niary Step nson 48 School In school we study and wrlte and then Have to start all over 'tffmn Comes a mght a ball gfunes played Zeros on the morrow are mide Tcaehtrs w 1 ng names ID books We glve each other doubtful looks And h de our head hke httle crooks Cood old school dns petrcnts say Glad to ltnovs hey feel that way Mary Stephenson 4 Twelve Year Educatlon I a senxor v.1th snft fn credxts Am some to raduitf elc red of debzts I entf red school tuelfc wears who Went throuffh grad s v fh mar s not low I entered hlgh wrth very great hope And with mx sublect endm uorfd to cope For mxtlatlon I had rest fear Ln ed through xt and w md n t year Sophomore subjects wer qu te 1 chore I fim hed that tear re d for neo e Bemg 1 uruor xx as harder yet Thls auth coura e I wxll ngl, met Nom I um a Senior at la t And oh' how the fear has flown past I a Stn or one of fourtecn To entfr thxs world and then the unseen Manly n I'1t7natr1ck '48 11- ' a . r A ' 1 I , ' . . s s ' fy . . O 'll - . f v s ',- sq s ..1 Q a 5 ' " " 2 -.1 f, - s ' S . he' ' A W 7 -iii- l .1 .-.1 to . . , Y A 'it' I Y L an f u 'na K ' - r , , C 1 . . sw- an , an I . tt , . '. , ,I . lv ' , P , 8 1 -1- I - . Y. . P. . 1 'V ' 1 0' - -'1 ' K 1 D , ., , .. ' " 1 '. .ff , 1 ,, - 1 YY rf ' U 4 .. .., . . at ' so - , 7 , I ,. ' 'a ' '- .5 Ill' .' . ' L , a af ex ' . ' - rr C . s. . I , F ' . 2 V t . Y. V, U xi V D, . 4 . v ' Q . 1 , , .,, Y . is .. ., , 1 , ,. 2, x I Y A . Y 1. . 1 'I 7 Qfgmm The Acadermc Page SIXYY-ODC CLASS OF 1946 Front Row, left to nght Betty Fxtzpatrzck Anne Broxmeyer Mary Wostel Leonore Edgar Agatha Von Euw Back Row Kenneth Ienck james Watkins Harry Duncan . . e. . nf : J A ' -' a H. 'A V if - ' . , f, T ' 4 , - 1 . . f , s ,J , .A : - v 0 - . 7 'vi ' -L QI ,, ' ' A 5 2' r"' '1 -.. ,, . :- - ,' ' . ' . . ' 3 J J -Y . I , , . Page Slxty twg The Academzc CLASS OF 1947 r,.Q' Bw? Front Row left to nght Mildred Fuchs Rzchard Sander Rose Suter Back Row Francs: Gas: George Skelton Donald Shaw Neal Tucker v C:-' ge e- " f "7 'ff .1 egg Effie ' .e 3--9323,-4, v ' 1 v -' 1 "" '5 f I , 13- 1. V . 1 e 1. 1 ..,- 1 ' s z' 3 f .I i . ' r f . Y 4 an fi v - QQ K - Q , . . -N, 1 - iw d a 6. 'X . - -ai-gn . fl 1:'x4 'r-' , ' . I fi 'rc ' :b 7 45. v. O 5 3 : ! 3 ' z J J J ' Wi. ,. V AUTOGRAPHS AUTOGRAPHS fr' A-. -.f, . ' ,. ,f A , ' - ,, Bs-T "tad U! Q .- . A f X K fv'1.,TXlVl:g. - , v-.A in I ff, ,.4f"' ,A f 'SIN1 V- 3 fm 1 + ,. . f el: 1 :X I- . r W r 1 is 4 4- 'os' f :I 1 ' 'Q l ' 1 ll , 'lt fW u X 1 'n ,. I A x . vii, ' . ix. . -"V K X ' ' 'x X I lv ,,,.,..4 X! i i-. -f X XXX, ,X f J 1 x I 4 "N X ', ff' it 'F'- xxwf C fl K ' X' X .. f ,ll m..,.N? lx gf ,M XX ' ,N .5 " -sq? N J L -gz' '- 49' 5 .uv I APPRECIATION Thi S udmnts of Simrd H4 art H1 h School H111 to think the busmcss man md womrn who hx thur idvcltxsmcnts 'md dOYl'1Il0HS hive mxdc thx 1048 xssuf of thc Amdnmlc pc ll: N11 ood fortum bc ilways youu m thls 'md thc M 'mm to Comr ' CARI S SHOP SHOP HPNRX PI ASRER SRINNER S X XRIETX SPORE PIII' IIANDX GROCERY DR BABB NORRIS YARIETX STORE DR HAMMAR KIENI E MUSIC SHOP LFACH POOD SHOP BLDD ROSS SPORT ISIC SHOP ANFRSON S FLORIST MOL LTON S BXRBER SHOP THE IRIPNIJIX SHOP FRXN IN S IIONFX CROCERX O Ix BARBER SHOP HOI I X COL RT PALI S FOOD S'I ORE THF ROCIUXXN AX NIFRR QOPPLES BARBER SHOP ' i - 9 .'z " f -z .fl . t 'R . ' . .1 . 3 , 1. .' L I- - K K ' rl, I . Z 1 . 5 - 1 '. ' ', msfaiu '. , :jx g N . ' ' . ' . 1 VVC wish our frivnds to partonizc thc- firms rcprcscntvd on thvsc pagvs. 1 5 . I ' ' no 1 I - - . . , V 41 Av Y 7 7 , . , 4 A 4 I , . , , A I ' 'v 1 4 n A x, Y I 'f - 4 P 5 1 I ' ' J. , , ., . , , . A A x A 4 Y A , , ? 7 H . ' , , , . , 4 1 4' 4 1 , . . 3 000 Miles of Mllk Niilcs thit 1 -10 fttt xsicu and thrtt fact dup is whit Amcrim producu '1I1I1ll"1llX in ilk 511111118 ttll tl t in 1810 than wort 4837 000 cows txso wars old 'md ow r in tht U S mliilt x iid 26100 000 in 1017 Xn ici x i ci incl tht kmd of milk most pcoplt drank in 1810 would prob blx lull us Noxmd iw ut h iw txttlltnt milk md for thc but in quility in this hmlth Umm food 12 xmll 2 in cottftgc chvmt buttm' ind chctw bc surt 1tS ours HOQUARTON DAIRY TILLNMOOIX OPVf'0'N GfOfUC R L x on Alana er 'J vvvvv vvvv v vvvvY'5v U O 7 A ' X: L 'Si ,. fix, fi U vi . . 1" ui '. z's,'3.' ' us 1:1 ' -- -,., v , 0 , N , ., V. ' 1 , ' . VC lz , , ' . .- ir "t-asc' of SVQ timvs. x'l1'l:- ur population increase-d 8 times. But wc get more usable milk pc-r cow, ' u -C' " g , ., " ' ' . , hr, . w x- L - 1 A ,' , ,, , . ,. WX . , ir, xLLr ,Y 5 D . a -:Q , gf An4J AAA- 54AAA--A A .AAA A------A-----A-A- A- For Any Type of Loan or Bank Service see FITS' National First Tillamook Branch The FIRST NATIONAL BANK of PQRTLAND 1NIcrch'mts of Qrc d t Fzrst N1zlz01zaIBa1zl H st f lhe Poclzfs NIEVIBER FLDLRAI UI POSIT INSL R NCL, QORPOR X INION TILL ANIGOK PHONE 10 ir nlsm mans VVho'esa'e Dscfn .sf YS YL CROCI RIES II C ULCI' C XNDX -Av TOBWCO gif DEI Ixchx f 7 x 3 . -. ...- C O O T 0 ' 1 I ' ' i 1 . ' A fr ' 1 - , 'X ,-I :J I' L, 'K f If L L f. . n T . ,, , 'A . ,,: , ,, xv 4 4 J J 4 .IA A 4 ::-::::::::::::::::::::::: .... ::::-::::::-:::---:: Ai ,gv 4 1-P-I' . ,I 1 3 .. Lf' cf. 1 fl 'X Lv' iw X , .f . J , ,A I J A if I x D11 A J , v - . . ,- , 'I L il 1 A LJ IQ xx I ' . .K ..v N I. 3.1. X XI ,zvj nan Ixvrltal ------...---..------....-------- : :-: :: :-----:: 2 2 : : 1 You ll Find Ours A Friendly Bank to Deal With AUTO MACHINERY DAIRY REAL ESTATE PERSONAL LOANS INSURANCE The Cammerclal Ban Tillamook TILLAMOOK OREGON Member Federal Deposzt Insurancf forporatzon Complzments 0 J C 81 Ruth V Rogers TILLAMOOK VVHOLESALF GROCERY C0 Dzstrzbutors GTOCCIILS Tobicco Cwndx Bcvcmqes Fresh Frults Vcgctablcs Sunkzst Fancy Canned Fruz' and Vw etablcs Phone. '33 Txllamook On gon 1 Q- QQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQ nvooqooogoqqnq COVIPLINIEN TS TILLAMOOK IRON WORKS lm K Tom Smdf , l O C O W . k O 2:2231:::::::::::::::::::::3321: .... ----.................. :::::::::--::::::::::::::-1 ::::::::::::::::::::: ll u ll . f . . U 0 , 4I . .' . O O 0 U nm 0 0 1: of Q A ' 0 ' n 41 - - lb for ,, 0 -X I 4I .5 4 , 5 L I 0 0 Lk 0 . IP - lb nu -1 5 0 . 4 0 '- if - ' .5 Q 0 Q, U ' M - 0 ' 3 -In c . 1 'r - ' n ,f nu nr ll n A::f::::::::::::::::::::::4 o-----------..------...... WHEN YOU THINK OF CHOICI Sea Foods Thlck Steaks Wholesome Rxch Icc Car STOPAT THE FERN CAFE HANK S CORNER Alloc Sz 1mm1c Douqhc rtx Xour INC1ghborhood Qroccrv I maco Products Fonzpletc' Lubrzrahon Phour 686 Doughcrtx Deluxe rlrulz Court HOTEL W NDSOR Clcarz uzct Pom ortablr Eppmg 8. 'Nhbd Lpp O uzfrs and Alana frs Eastwood s Market 8. Service Station Grocrrzes Fresh Afcafs Food Lozlmrr Restaurant T1llamook Orcqod Steinbach Iron Works 'I II I AMOOK Alana acturers 0 Ilquxd Manure Pumps Flcxxblc Cham Harroxw Hvdraullc Chase Press Bam Drmkmq Cups E Steinbach Phono 28 FEKACO SKY CHIEF Gafolzm Ha 011124 Motor O If Worrlson Tcvwo Snrvxco 1 uuook Oregon Doa' 1 Plqmouth DODC T' TRL CKS SUNSET GARAGE I om 1h 1 Azzlnmot 1 Srrzrzcf r Sfrz 311 F Gnd 'Xu Phom 76 TIIITITIKJO Orc gon Tillamook Abstract Co 110 E Ih rd Aw Fhos Colts ir uct Coms I za A ft Hana fr Q::::::::::::::::::oo::::::1 puqpqqnq-4-Qovqaooooooooooooo-QQ 0 0 O II t 0 0 O ll ll II - 0 ' 0 4a ll 0 41 n 0 U - I ll v p h 0 1-1 - O ' 'I O lr 4' O Ib tl 0 mm ll 0 , u ' r 0 H f I 0 "' - II nv , , .lr 1+ 0 . ' .' . , . 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L ,. 3 , ' , A z S 1111? qrr x .rf iq' . . . x:::::::::::::::::oo:::::::4 f::o::o:::::Q:::::::::::::: 5 2 FISHER BROS Complete Home Furnzshers Applzances Houseu ares Phone 22 W Clemens Hayes, M D Physzczan and SllTUFO7I, Tlllamook Orc o 1 C I-I Bergstrom Company Plumbzn Hrat n Yhcrt Mftal Work Farm Jlfachznmg 4 E lst St Phono 639 T111 nmook On TILLAMOOK MOTOR C0 Gfnuzm Ford Produff Phonn 110 T1111moo1x O P 1'- Q McINERNEY S Jewelers Hotcl Bldg Phono 314 Tzllfxmook Orc O'1 4 4ooo I k--........-...f .y....---...-.....4 4..-..Q-......-4 TILLAMOOK FARMER'S COOPERATIVE ASSN Petroleum Products and Farm Supplzex Phone Tlllamook 27 114 1st Avenue East Complzments o Dr F J Friedrich LUNDBERG 8- SON Funeral Directors Ambulance Sarazcc 416 E .nd Avo Phom 118 1111 xmook Orc HEUCSER S GROCERY For Oua ly and R It Przcm P mfwxm 'Z 4 1 on ru 'LQUGH DRLG CO 1 1 FH1 RFK X1 I STG1 1 '11 1111 oof Orvqon ::::::::::::::::,::::::::: :::l1:::::::::::::e::::--- I C . V U- t . 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