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

 - Class of 1957

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bagfzatalatcona Za ide M444 of 7957 Tlllamook County Creamery Assoc1at1on congratulates the entlre class ot 1957 and We are proud of the fme showlng made by the students of Tlllamook Cathol1c H1gh School 1n all of therr GCl1V1l19S th1s past year Trllarnook County has much to be proud of 1ts fme schools and 1ts dairy products whlch are unexcelled anywhere ln the world We know our young people Wlll take prxde 1n these ac cornphshments and W1ll help to further unprove and perpetuate them TILLAMOOK COUNTY CREAMERY ASSOCIATION FEED DEPARTMENT CHEESE FACTORY FLUID MILK F I V, xt 1 3' 1 is , .541 r :E ,gl W v Your Friendly DODGE - PLYMOUTH DEALER SUNSET GARAGE COMPLIMENTS OF MODEL DRY CLEANERS Phone Vlctor 2-2442 Tillamook, Oregon 1910 First St. Tillamook, Oregon You can get it at CLOUGH DRUG COMPANY THE REXALL STORE Tillamook, Oregon COMPLIIIENTS LEACH S FOOD MARKET SOUTH SIDE GROCERY GROCERIES and MEAT Cecil and Mildred Guthrie Phone Vlctor 2 2132 McINERNEY'S YOUR DEPENDABLE IEWELERS A Cash Purchase is a Cash Saving at PENNEY'S GARIBALDI PHARMACY MARK E SANDERS Garibaldi Oregon HAWKINS AND JAMES Sporting Goods Auto Supplies Phone Vlctor 2 2558 401 Main Ave Tillamook Oregon RIALTO BILLIARDS Phone Vlctor 2 6253 RIP ALLEN Y OP . 7 Tillamook, Oregon I I 115 Main Ave. Tillamook, Oregon ,L P- W, we , ,,-f' wan M , , m,,A, , ,M malaga, 1 A . ' Q YWSN Q 5 f 1 J A K' ' , ,, .' - lying' fff,- V 3... -'Q 'WY' .U xp Q. WE THE SENIOR CLASS OF 951 DEDICATE OUR ACADEMIC Reverend Father Matthew Butsch, 0 S B We wlsh to express our apprec1at'1on to Father Nhtthew who for the pfast four years has untlrmgly taught us the many truths we must know Toward Our Eternal Commencement 1 ,- 4 A 1 TO . n . . . . 1 1 ', c . ' cc an CLASS PATRON SAINT IUDE ADMINISTRATICDN 6 'R ig- REVEREND VINCENT KOPPERT OSB REVEREND MATTHEW BUTSCH OSB Superzntcndent and Pastor Relzffzon I Relfzon III IV Physzcal Ecluaatzon mfs T5 NIR ORRIW YVAUD NIRS DONTALD SPEIRING Fzrst Azd Englzsh I In Izslz II Typzng I Gzrls Physzcal Education - 5 . Q I I f ' H1 I wil il -ffvv . 1 gy Ly I I , .. . 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Ni Q vm ff warg, " 'Z www WM L4 X Q '-D 5 CLASS BETTY BECKER Sodality 1, 2, 3, 45 Pep Club 2, 3, 45 Prom Queen5 Pep Club Secretary 45 Sodality Prefect 45 Class Treasurer- Secretary 15 Tilla-Ca-High Bulletin Staff 2, 3, 45 Art Editor of Tilla-Ca- High Bulletin5 Clee 1, 2, 3. .lx fl I ffl I OF 1957 MOLLY BORCELT Sodality 1, 2, 3, 45 Class President 15 Class Vice-President 2, 45 Student Council 1, 2, 45 Pep Club 2, 3, 45 Yell Leader 2, 3, 45 Academic Staff 45 Tilla-Ca-High Bulletin Staff 2, 3, 45 Y. C. S. 2, 3, 45 Y. C. S. President 45 Clee 1, 2, 35 Salutatorian. MARTIN SUTER Sodality 1, 2, 3, 45 Class Treasurer 35 Student Body Treasurer 45 Academic and Tilla-Ca-High Bulletin Business Manager 45 Student Council 45 F. F. A. Secretary 45 F. F. A. 1, 2, 3, 4. LORETTA CRANGER Sodality 1, 2, 3, 45 Pep Club 2, 3, 45 Pep Club President 45 Class Secre- tary 25 Prom Princess 35 School News Radio Announcer 45 Student Director of Hi-Ho 45 Student Council 45 Tilla- Ca-High Bulletin Staff 45 Academic Staff 4. BARBARA HEADRICK Transfer from Tillamook High 54 Pep Club 2 3 4 Clee 3 Class Treas urer 4 Winter Formal Princess 4 GAIL DEYARMIE Sodality 1, 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 2, 3, Tilla-Ca-High Bulletin Staff 4, Clee 2, 3, Sodality Secretary 4. FRED KREMERS Sodality 1, 2, 3, 4, Monogram Club 2, 3, 4, Tilla-Ca-High Bulletin Staff 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3. KATHLEEN BREN N AN Transfer from Mt. Angel Academy. Sodality 4, Yell Leader 4, Editor of Academic 4, Pep Club 4. BARBARA GUN DER Sodality 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 2, 3, 4, Student Body Secretary 4: Student Council 4, Winter Formal Princess 3, Tilla-Ca-High Bulletin Staff 4, Aca- demic Staff 4, Pep Club Vice-Presi- dent 4, Clee 3. DONALD KEHR Sodality 1, 2, 3, 4, Student Body President 4, Student Council 3, 4, junior Class President, Academic Staff 4, Monogram Club 2, 3, 4, Y. C. S. 2, 3, 4, Football Co-Captain 4, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Sunset League Football All-Star Team. ROSEMARIE DOUCET Pep Club 3, 4, Sodality 1, 2, 3, 4, Class Secretary 4, Pep Club Treasur- er 4, Librarian 4, Tilla-Ca-High - Bulletin Staff 3, 4. B gi 5 'ii 'Q' x ff . en fr A x f' W6 -.1 fu, 51" 'S . l", ,ws- ,-za... X A X , ,M ,7 ,, ' ff? If f - fra, ,V ,I A ,, 1... mfg yr' V . if ' qlfvrffk , . ' I ig i, W H MEN 'tr' MARCARET STEINER Sodality 1, 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 2. LADDIE GOLLON Sodality 1,.2, 3, 4, Monogram Club 2, 3, Glee 2, Football 2, 3, 4, Basket- ball 1. COLLEEN LEUTHOLD Sodality 2, 3, 4, Academic Staff 4, Prom Princess 1. GERALDINE VAN LOO Sodality 1, 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 2, 3, 4, Glee 1, 2, 3, Academic Staff 4. PATRICIA DIDIER Sodality 1, 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 2, 3, 4, Yell Leader 3, 4, Prom Princess 2, Class President 4, Student Council 4, Y. C. S. 1, 2, 3, 4, Y. C. S. Leader 3, Tilla-Ca-High Bulletin Staff 3, Glee 1, 2, Academic Staff 4. JAMES ZIELINSKI Sodality 1, 2, 3, 4, Monogram Club 4, Academic Staff 4, Tilla-Ca-High Bulletin Staff 4, Glee 2, Football 2, Basketball Manager 3. SANDRA BROWN Sodality 1, 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 2, 3, Clee 1, 2, 3. CALE MILLER Sodality 1, 2, 3, 4, Student Council 4, Monogram Club 2, 3, 4, Monogram Club President 4, Glee 2, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, Basketball Man- ager 3. CARY ROTHENBERCER Valedictoriang Student Body Vice- President 4, Football Captain 4, Class President 2, Student Council 2, 4, Monogram Club 2, 8, 4, Tilla-Ca- High Bulletin Staff 3, Tilla-Ca-High Bulletin Editor 4, Sodality 1, 2, 8, 4, Monogram Club Vice-President 3, Y. C. S. 8, 4, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Basket- ball 1, 2, 3, 4, Shrine All-Star 4, Clee 2, Elks Leadership Contest Winner 4, Sunset League Football All-Star Team 4. CAROL JACOBS Transfer from Nestucca '54, Sodality 8, 4, Pep Club .2, 8, 45 Winner in Voice of Democracy Contest 8. O 1 MOU ' CLASS eat things lor as 1' ne S lud- e has lflgfevf we me g U5 f OBS CLASS COL Silvef and B J LOWE Bi! N e ATRG LASS Y ' C Saint lude Barbara Headrlck Treasurer Patricia Didier President Mollx Borffolt Vice JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS JU N I O R C L A S S Patrick Eastveld, President Katharine MCKCHZIO Secretary Standing: Dennis Codd Treasurer Peggy ONe1l Vice President Denn1s Codd '- Carolyn Emmenegger Ray Cohee Marlene Cass Donald Comacchia Peggy Green Patrick Eastveld Katharine McKenzi- Dexter Hyde Leava Miller Robert Mekkers Peggy O'Nei1 james Sweet Steaclily Worlzing Towarcl the Goal SCPHCMCRE CLASS janice Becker Paul Braxmeyer Beverly Brown 40' it lg E, if e ff at 1:'5?j's , ,',:.':-lan? 5 "lv N , I 431:gf::fi"- "' :'.l"1i 3 t fy' iifil X , A SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS Robert Durrer, Presidentg Patricia Blake, Secretaryg james Carver, Treas- urer-5 Carl Colleknon, Vice-President. jr 5 . '- -3 Kenneth Burchard "B, .4 - me Patricia Blake K ' . y, A V, ' at ' 'J K james Carver kit il xx I Marilyn Doucet I K , Q. f --4,,,.' Y Carl Colleknon Y 51 H l Q l 'P . C W K , 13 .5 5-N W 'V Q' . Marilyn Hannick N. V F it X, , f 'M W 0 is Robert Durrer Bl, K f'- -' - X' '1 ,A -- V1 Patricia jones . X F? li Dennis jacob K T. . Vi . Beverly Kamph .. ' ' " 2 S ill. . x I' wi r fi it jack Langley I ,-on V il fs ' . Theresa Larison X H' U Ji Michael Ochs 1 -1' " X K, Loretta McMahon Kenneth Ross if! VZ i Q ,X In , ,Q 7? Wg A R: 3 Diane Schwend ' ' . V ,J Q R George Schmader .C -4 s Q' " A7 M . l ' X Carmen XV2ltklI'lS james Schonlau Lucille Ziebert FRESHMEN CLASS OFFICERS ames McKenzie, Treasurerg Patricia McCoy, Secre- tary oseph Codd, Presidentg Bill Blaser, Vice-President. Bill Blaser janet Brown joseph Codd Beth Cates james Durrer judy Brennan james Becker jeanette Betschart Charlene Cunder Henry Collon A ' ' M 'K tl jeanne Knowles - 7, A' Filbert johnston C 'S lg Bonnie Landolt x A ' , 9 fl! n fl w ,, ,W f james McKenzie t Beverly Leonnig J Y Carl Plasker 'ff' A Lenore Leonnig 1-Q,,ff, 15 john Sheets X f K X , if Cloanne Leuthold J Harold Tone A- Susan Mekkers r C' Q j Patricia McCoy S' 'N S Q -A 09' 'W 1 y g, Marta Waud Gi - fr ' :F A IHJNOR FIRST HONORS STUDENTS James Schonlau and Dennis Codd THIRD HONORS Front row: Judy B ren n a n, Loretta Granger, Marta Waud, Barbara Gun- der, Carol Jacobs, James Becker, Back row: Diane Schwend, Kathleen Bren- nan, Margaret Steiner, Jay Becker, Pat- rick Estveld, John Sheets. E SECOND HONORS Front row: Jeanette Betschart, Jeanne Knowles, Lenore Leon- ig, Rosemarie Doucetg Second row: Bonnie Landolt, Beverly Leonig, Janet Brown, Theresa Larison, Marilyn Doucet, Kath- arine McKenzie, Peggy O'Neilg Back row: Paul Braxmeyer, James Carver, Carl Colleknon, Joseph Codd, Patricia Blake, Martin Suter, Robert Durrer. 515 fii N-'Mu ii 3 Clrls in the Homemaklng Class are busy learning many 1mport'1nt lessons that will be a help to them in the future jpuvw-' ,.,... l" Acquiring skill and speed in typing is one of the major tasks of the first year typists i 1 I J' pn- at fw W Future businessmen learning the intricacies of bookkeeping. Who is the "mystery guest" in World History. -v-'fix The Biology Class took a new lease on life when they obtained a micro- projector. With the aid of this apparatus many mys- teries of life are brought to view. 'Xxx A B C and X Y Z really do make sense when one knows how to work alge- bra. Eager for knowledge, second year dents consult with instructor. Q JA J l NVhat country shall we visit next our tour of the world? in-n Awards are bemg presented to the wrnners of the Cathohc Daughters Poetry Contest Patrlcla Blake won flrst prlze amce Becker second and Sandra Brown thrrd prrze Mrs M Eppmg presented the awards The glrls physlcal educatlon class are enloymg the new sport archery Future SC1CDtlStS at work WA ,f. ' 1'-fy iwsm-fm., ,yf a - . Cm. ww r IQ' mfqnm , ' , -Q' ' '- . M, , . . " -V MIM Q , A Anwl ' L -s-V ' M , .y Q ' ' J ""'. Y""N.k N I f 1 'W I 'Y 4 ng, , ' , X ' '-fm , .'+ f A 5 Q, I ,Q ,Nw V 1 LWN 'f"l wfwaunddv-H01-rw. l 93 L' J ' 0 , ww 'M r .. f"-, 1... ,1 Awwmgqw. A M ., 'Www .L '- 'a L I, ,., ,1 E l . in 'Through organized actiori, work and prayer, we striving for ,A U A ,,Y, , 4V J V It U at , - DON KEHR PRESIDENT xii GARY ROTHENBERGER VICE-PRESIDENT H 'Aly Us Q90 wh, STUDENT COUNCIL MEMBERS Left to right sitting: Peggy O'Neil, Patricia Didier, Martin Suter, Betty Becker, Father Vincent, Don Kehr, Molly Borgelt, Cary Rothenberger, and Barbara Cuncler. Standing: Robert Durrer, joseph Codd, Bill Blziser, Patrick Eastveld, Cale Miller, Loretta Granger. STUDENT i BCDY T r QFPICERS Wi" .,,A ,dl I MARTIN SUTER TREASURER The student leaders of a school can do much to foster loyalty and school spirit. This year we are fortunate to have a group of fine student leaders at the helm. They encouraged and scheduled many activities for the student body. They held a suc- cessful car wash to help finance the student lounge which the students planned and construct- ed with the aid of some of the parents. Another accomplishment resulted from the work of the students, namely, an electric scoreboard for our home basketball games. These activities and many more indicate a very successful year for the members of the 1957 Student Body. BARBARA CUNDER SECRETARY Gm 5 ES 4 Front Row: james Zielinski, Gale Miller, Denny Codd, Cary Rothenberg- er, Kenneth Ross, Bob Mekkers, Don Kehr. Back How: Mickey Ochs, Laddie Gollon, jay Becker, Fred Kremers, Kenneth Burchard, and james Carver. Missing from Picture: Carl Colleknon. Below: Officers of Monogram Club, jay Becker, Secretary-Treasurerg Bob Mekkers, Vice-President. GALE MILLER PRESIDENT Pledges to Monogram Club. Back Row: joe Codd, John Baertlein, jim Schonlau, Dexter Hyde. Front row: Ray Cohee. George Schmader, Bob Durrer. sw I Wim VIKETTES The VIKETTES primary purpose is to support the athletic program. The girls attendance and sportsman- ship upheld the high school spirit for which TCH is noted. HFS v' vlffl QQCINV . diff if. From Left to Right: Dorothy Villeneuve, Janice Becker, Marilyn Doucet, Patricia Blake, Patricia jones, Diane Schwend, Marilyn Hannick, Betty Becker, Marlene Cass, Loretta Granger, Geraldine Van Loo, Loretta McMahon, Barbara Cunder, Leava Miller, Rose Didier, Carol Jacobs, Carmen VVatkins, Rosemarie Doucet. Center row: Patricia Didier, Peggy O'Neil, Kathleen Brennan, and Molly Borgelt. LORETTA GRANGER PRESIDENT Officers: Barbara Crunder, Betty Becker, Rosemarie Doucct, Treasurer Cheerleaders Peggy O'Neil Molly Borgelt Kathleen Brennan Patricia Didier SCDDALITX The Soclilxty of Om L fly of Lovrcles 1 'In OIUITIIL ltlon whose purpose IS to foster dewohon to our Blessed Mother Thr yerrs SOCl'll1StS helped cheer the men 'md women It Bennetts Nursmvf Home hw presentrnff them xuth ffrfts at Chrrstmls Another "lHI1ll"ll sodflhty pro gn n to 1 needy ffunrly These Good works 1nd the Sochhty cle wotrons help us tow 1rd our Eternal Com mencement 3 Gful Deyarmre Secretary and Denms Codd VICE Prefect Mass mg from pzctura Carl Colleknon Treasurer BETTY BECKER PREFECT Peggy O'Ne1l, Charrman of the Apostolrc Commlt tee, Marlene Cass of Our Ladyls Commrttee and Pa tr1c1a Blake of the Euehar 1StlC Commlttee I ,7 . - e .' ' an . 's . so T" X' ' . ba 'z ' 'f J ' -N I ' 4 ' J N ' 1 .S YL , L . X X - 1 Y 1 , LT . e ' -5 , I--.Il . U 5 f xy ' :J V D T' f N ' L . . B' Q L A Q ' f ' - :Q W ject is the Tlmnksgiving basket which is , .. , B-, B , it l " L ' 1 I 7 ' l ' ' 'L C - A N V' . . . C. I . 5 . y . - I . - ' ' 7: T - Mun" , fr' 1 H2 ek - , 4 The new sodalists are: First Row: Lucille Ziebert, janet Brown, Jeanne Knowles, Leonore Leonnig, Patricia McCoy, Dorothy Villeneuve, Bonnie Landolt. Second Row: james Becker, james Durrer, Marta Waud, Beverly Leonnig, Charlene Cunder, Carl Plasker, Iudy Brennan, Harold Tone, Susan Mekkers, Cloanne Leuthold. Third Row: Iames McKenzie, joseph Codd, Kathleen Brennan. Thanksgiving basket Christmas Crib Reception breakfast tor new sodalists TILLA CA HIGH BULLETIN A dream became a reahty on February 5 of thrs year Thls was the day the f1rst prmted TILLA CA HIGH BULLETIN was rssued to the student body Many hours of careful plan nlng and hard work by the editor and h1S flne staff brought forth a school paper of Wh1Ch all were proud GARY ROTHENBERGER EDITOR 7 Workmg on the Bulletm so drhgently are Seated Betty Becker Barbara Gunder Carl Deyarmre Rosemarle Doucet Molly Borgelt Katharme McKenzie Marlene Cass Peggy ONe1l Loretta Granger Standilng Bob Mekkers Denny Codd Cary Rothenberger Fred Kremers lay Becker and ames Z1el1nsk1 .z -it iw' I Q Q Q ., y ,I ,. rr , . ' milk. ' , 1, - ' 'll ii! 5-A lfd C2 :Q Q A 5 :Q .1 : . ' a ,A .--I I 9. Ji ff . B B .,. W- ,, as. .. , . - ' 1 B. Ii I " :gi he 'M . ., - I fr 3 I -I we jj M...- V., .. - W- 3 2 I , . , .. 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I- : : , , ' , ' 7 1 4 a 7 9 1 I , 7 7 7 7 I ' The ed1tor IS explarmng the lay out procedure to the staff members X Workmg at the Headlxght Herald offrce lt- is Editor Kathleen Brennan and faculty advisor Sister Mary V1ct0r1a planning the general lay out for the ACADEMIC THE ACADEMIC The ACADEMIC staff of 1957 chose TOWARD THE ETERNAL COM MENCEMENT' as our theme to show that the curriculum of a Catholic school unites scholastic work and pleasure to impress upon the students that our common Goal IS heaven We sincerely hope that the students will cherish the memories brought forth in this Annual The Editor 5-1 The ACADEMIC staff discussing plans are from left to right: Molly Borgelt Geraldine Van Loo Colleen Leuth- old Barbara Gunder Kathleen Brennan Sister Mary Victoria Patricia Didier Loretta Granffer. Standinff: ames Zielinski Bob Nlekkers and Don Kehr, Missing from the picture: Martin Suter and Laddie Collon. I lx 2 'K P +4 , i .r.,v.,'.1, ,. , - , .f:. , ,ef Business managers james Zielinski, Martin Suter, and Laddie Collon KATHLEEN BRENNAN EDITOR if fund .A .'. HON' " 'gl 4' fy A1 'VX' 'VV5 lgUm1ai4?,,,,' 5:7311 ,""'..a.. or Q 4.4-4 I, +"M Sports editor Bob Mekkers at typewriter with his as- sistant Don Kehr 'Q -5.-.iv A A is ,K HI-HO This ye-a1r's HI-HO consisted of two om--not plays with the juniors and svnirmrs workinv' toffotlivr on one 'md the frcihmyn ind sophornmns on thi othci 'lhi naw schema of the students proxfcl to be xmx sxmccsslul Colluting stflge properties for HI HO Q I4 J 'vvnug ' :X tv A ' ,Xb A Action shots from Junior-Senior class play uXlYF4'I'EI1Y U!" XIUIJUY XINNOIT' I I I I . ! ' ' dvd f.f STUDENT A C C O M P L I S H M E N T S oi? , oie Stuixent Y, is to tht Sias 'Ewen bv NYC X V' C0 SCOYQXDOQYQ twlw' gow' NN. .. .L In-.."" ir' '15 mx.. Mr. Peterson briefing the seniors on life at Seattle University esentv Senjo f xii, Y' K. P ola , I wut D09 if Ember Mint Presented Z8 Ofhoers Ib X. Ytcsxc bogid the Stu y H105 51960512 Cla 3 tl, . ss to the e Juke bo SC11OO1 X M SSN' Car rally before the Corbett game. , Q, Don Kehr Student Body President innounced the al 'ind presented the bou quet At eight-thirty on the evening of February 22, the ENCHANTED FOREST came to life with the eoro- nation of Queen Leava I. Her at- tractive court consisted of Barbara Headriek, Beverly Brown, and Susan Mekkers. Everyone had a delightful evening, thanks to the wise and ener- getic leadership of Marlene Cass and her committee. ENCHANTED A 1- . , 2 b Queen of the winter form- ! , A , , W4 sm., in M-Qiyvg, Wg., ANNUAL RETREAT The annual retreat is looked forward to ea'ch year by the students. This year's retreatants showed Q 1 a wonderful attitude toward the opportunity given them and a serious attempt to obtain all they could from the conferences and other spiritual activities 5 scheduled during the retreat. A 1 Our Retreat Master Reverend Abbot Damian Iengtes. :ei Visit to the Blessed Sacrament Q ,. VI Q '7bf,..v: - 'T"7 A -1' 5 .. 5 , ,? Spiritual reading aids one to keep his mind on cigar...- eternal truths. ' Truths of faith demand thought V and reflection. ram , f A Km ' -5 i ""Q!' f- fv- IUNIQR - SEN ICR BAN QUET On April 23, the Juniors bade the Seniors a formal farewell. The theme of the banquet was "AND MAY THE LUCK OF THE IRISH BE WITH YOU." 1, 3 ji" 9-.vsp rj! I I PROM On the evenmg of Aprll 26 the mnull un1orSen1or Prom wfrs held Aquatlc Fantfasy xx is the theme The dfmce floor wfrs elaborately decomted the most rmpressrve scene was the very lrtrstlc dmwmqs of under wrter inlmals whlch covered two wqlls Kmg Martm 'md ueen Betty ruled over thrs very thrrlhng evemng THE ROYAL COURT Robert Mekkers Prlncess Rose Dxdlcr Fred Kruncrs PTIHCCSS Rosemarle Doucet ueen Betty Becker Klng Martln Suter Prmcess Dxanc, 'Sehwend Kenneth Ross Prmcess eanette Betschirt and james McKenz1e AQUATIC FANTASY Gale U , in 1 Q? x 'E if 'Q P' A .Y S Molly James X 1 X 'Laddie A ., , A,,, j 4,1-in 'Q mush fi' x""""""WN 9 "-' f, if 'f 5 n L' Q-:Vi Af' 2 2, ' ., Y. ' 'Si A , ' ff f fi 1 we -gif' f5A?r1 'L , . .WA ' r Q.. '- 5 Rosie i M argaret Sandra v ' 1 Noon recreation finds the students mak- ing use of the juke box. -t sg P. .f Y , 49" ir? '3' 'fr What's up, boys??? Dancing v Q XX if 4 3 ,1 Initiation ffwwgjl, N X Sodality breakfast in in Cheer leaders in action I Q Part of cheering section uiet reading during retreat at 1 '- I A , A . i ci H X Mothers serving breakfast for Sodality reception X - ii V 3 'V t 'I K 5 gn I Y'2T'4Ll41l ' ' ' k .. .V I ' W J",-v' A ,,. ,gh ,swf 'i ?,,,,, Q , Q1 Q' mf-up 'S 'Af n , Fra I I 5' X I H 9 'WD sf i., "' ' -. " Winning or Lbsing We Are Forming Our Character for the F utugie The above picture is of our beloved coach, Father Matthew. Since coming to Tillamook five years ago, he has coached the Viking gridders to two district playoffs. He has done a really good job in training his boys in both sports. The boys he has coached and all of the students wish to congratulate him on his fine job this year. Cary, a four year letterman, who has played out- standing ball from the first day he donned a uniform, along with others will leave for Pendelton late this summer for a two week training program. In his freshman year he helped quarterback the Viks to the district playoff. At the beginning of his sopho- more year he was injured and unable to play. As a junior he started at the end position. During his senior year he played left half-back. Here he power- ed the team to a district playoff as Captain. After the Pendelton game he hopes to attend Oregon where he will take up pre-rned. M W f --------wuncuiq 5 1- 3. ,ifi 1E' ,nn- :nur SUNSET CO-CHAMPIONS C t' , -- ,.7l5SW'-' ' .- V . ' 'I' 1145" J, , . 1 ,. pf? , ' ,ig ,. .M A W W Fzrst row left to raght Robert Durrer xm Durrer jmm McKenz1e Gale Mxller oe Baertlem Denms acob ohn Sheets Ioel Becker Second row Ken Burchard George Schmader ack Langley oe Codd Don Kehr 1m Carver nm Schonlau john Baertle1n Dexter Hyde Thzrd row Ken Ross Buck Colleknon Ray Cohee lay Becker Gary Rothenberger Denny Codd Laddle Gollon Bob Mekkers Coach Father Matthew Butsch Manager 1m Becker Tlllamook Cathol1c had a most successful football season Under the coachmg of Father Matthew the V1k1ngs started off to a slow season los1ng the f1rst three games to Nestucca S1letz and Corbett wh1ch was therr flrst league game The Vlks fmally found themselves and won the next snr games Gaston Verboort cf0I'f61tl Concordia Nehalem Star of the Sea and Knappa Thls gave them a 5 1 w1n and loss record for the league play Due to a Gaston w1n over Corbett TCH was txed for fxrst place wxth Corbett The play off between TCH and the Corbett Cardmals was played at Hlllsboro The V1ks were defeated by a score of 20 13 Corbett pushed a touchdown across rn the last mlnutes of play 1n the fourth quarter T1llamook Cathol1c H1gh Nestucca Slletz Corbett Gaston Concordla Nehalem Star of the ea aPP Corbett fD1Stf1Ct Play off D . , . I , I. , . . , . , I . , . I , I 1 - 1 , ,I ,I , J' , J. , . 1 n . 1 7 , , , , a . , 7 X , I. . ' ' ' ,,,,,,,.,,,,,.,,,, 7 .........,......................,............. .. 13 " " ,.,,,,,...,. , ..., 20 ' .................................................... .. 26 " " ,,.,,,,.,,,,,,..,, 13 .................................................. 27 A 2 Verboort 0 37 Kn a 6 'Q 2, . f-1 ,,,,.. . V ' 1 -ff" DON KEHR GUARD - Co-CAPTAIN GALE MILLER GUARD rv-s 9 LADDIE GOLLON GUARD if GARY ROTHENBERCER HALF-BACK - CAPTA1N JOE CODD HALF-BACK X5 'iff ML. JAY BECKER END IIM CARVER FULL-BACK 'X RAY COHEE TACKLE DENN Y CODD OUARTER-BACK BOB MEKKERS END B f I Z" I gk 1 f""i Q xr? A f 'P-wp. V1 .5 .mf " J 'x - Bob Dunrer, Quarterbackg George Schmader, Center I-ww INDIVIDUAL SCORING FOR VIKS Gary Rothenberger, Senior ............................ 63 Denny Codd, Junior .......... ....... 3 7 Bob Mekkers, junior ...... ....... 2 7 lim Carver, Sophomore ............. ....... 1 8 Buck Collecknon, Sophomore ..... ....... I 2 lack Langley, Sophomore ................. ....... 3 TOTAL SCORE Tillamook Catholic ....,.................... .....,... 1 60 Opponents ................. ,........ 1 12 I 'P IIM SCHONLAU GUARD JACK LANGLEY FULLBACK Q rf' Left to nght Carl Colleknon Ken Ross Don Kehr Laddle Collon Dexter Hvde ay Becker Back row Ilm Schon lau Gary Rothenberger Denny Codd Cale Mrller Bob Nlckkers Th1s IS the V1k1ng forward wall that allow ed the opponents only 59 pomts The largest that was scored agalnst them was Corbetts 27 IH the f1rst league game They allowed the op ponents on the average only one touchdown per game 1 The Fighting Norsemenz Left to right: jay Becker, Ray Cohee, Don Kehr, Ken Ross, Laddie Gollon, Ken Burchard, Bob Mekkers, Quarterback Denny Codd. Back row: Carl Collcknon, jim Carver, Gary Rothenberger. The Baby V1ks Left to right john Sheets jack Langley Dennis jacob George Schmader m Durrer 1m McKen z1e oel Becker Quarterback Bob Durrer Back row ohn Baertlern oe Baertlem joe Codd Tillamook Catholic for the f1rst time in its hrstory had a turn out large enough to enable them to have a B squad Having only two games scheduled they came out wrth a 1 1 record This enabled the B squad to gain much needed experience They lost to Nestucca 18 12 and beat Tillamook Frosh 19 12 LEAGUE ALL - STARS These five gridders were named to the Sunset League All-Star team. Bob Mekkers, junior and Carry Rotheberger, Senior made the first team as an end and halfback. Don Kehr, Senior, guard, and Denny Codd, junior, quarterback, and Dexter Hyde, junior, tackle made the second All-Star team. .ff ' Q I3 Q Q. W Q BASKETBALL 'A' SQUAD Front row oe Codd ack Langley Paul Braxmeyer Buck Colleknon Bob Durrer Denms jacob man ager Second row Bob Mekkers Denny Codd Gary Rothenberger ay Becker M1cky Ochs Coach Father Matthew The Vlkrng A Squad Wlth the exceptron of one sen1or was composed of underclass men Top honors went to Denny Codd jumor Fom ard followed by lVI1Cky Ochs Sophomore Forward They came out wlth a '7 6 record ln lefwue play The students felt that much was accomphshed and they are lookmff forward to a highly successful season next year Tlllamook Cathollc Verboort Nestucca Trhamook B Wfzldport Nleah Kah N16 ewell We 1h K'1h N le T111 Imoolx B Nestucca Tlllamook Cathollc Nehalem Star of Sea Gaston IPP Star of Sea Subllmlty "PP cvs ell 1 I , I , 2 , , ' , . : , , , I , ' , K . ' -1' . LC . . . D . , I . ' ' ........ 54 ,.,.,............... 36 ' ' ........ 42 ......... .. v " ........ 47 r .................. 62 v " ........ 36 26 . 87 37 Knz a 29 Ortin, WVash. 37 49 Nehalem S4 r - . - T' 36 43 Kp IL BOB C RRY DEIN NY BOB MEKKERS Bob Wls 1 guird on thls ymrs team He chcl xx ell 'md should be a rcil asset to net yous tefzm He scored '37 points DENNY CODD Denm thxs xeflrs clptfun took hx h scorm honom wxth a total of 770 pomts ind fm Qverage of 14 per glme He wxll be a tre mendous help nut ye'1r CARY ROTHENBERGER Geary thc only semor on the tewm xvw center P118 comtfmt re boundmff and scorm wlll be m15SCd He scored 176 pomts 94 VA f 3 I' Nz Q, , K ' Fc , f Z I' 3 l ,' ' V a 'K .Q 'Ji l '1 Y A .a l , V R Q , A .4 n E X ' ' YYA 'Wwxh-. I ,A .. e ,Mi on 'if :-L E . I' I Z, 4 N. g -l MJ B, X ., B 1 B x A x, ' ' f I ., 1 A 4- " f - L ' 2 1 " . , -2 . ' H . ' L . . l l , c . ' I K I... ' .'. - 7 . 7 L , 2 K . r .U . U n . 1 7 J 7 U B D ' , . . LI.. L 4 4 L . ' , . lf. . T K. , 7 .V , L YC A 1 .-B Y C . . U . . Q 1 h . A5 U . .. . BUCK BUCK COLLEKIN ON MICKY OCHS BOB DURRER Ai, MICKY BOB H1s excellent two handed set shot 1nd h1s ClI'lNlDQ mlde hun 1 hard man to stop on offense Buck hqd 137 pomts for the sersou Nllclx xx is 1 constfmt hlqh scorer 'ind xx as hflrd to stop once he stfxrted He dxd more thfln hrs shire of the xx ork under the brclx board Mxclx scored 153 pomts ffzstest men on the bill club Althoufflx he Bob was one of the drd not plflx much 'lt the fust of the xe'1r he llxx 'ws mlde hrs share of pomts He hfld 107 pornts for the season 1 f I i gg 1 I - Q la If 4 X 1 ' 'i 1 Ai f, l f N L 1 ' A 49' wgx --- K ' G . f 5' al , B I , I nm 1 .. ,y , P le g 3 s 1 B l tt 7 gs 4 ,f 2 ' , Y' V -, . . ' i 4 1 KA, I ' 1 I J 2 ,. 1. H-wb L rf' T 4 ' . L L L C . ' . 'L ' ' 1 . T ' 7 ,L . L L lx. C Y C ' V -1 y , . L u L . - I. L ' 1' L 5 C x L a D ' . f . " ' . z '. 1 '. J 1 1 5. wg 5-A... s.. 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Fzrst row Paul Braxmeyer 1m McKenz1e ohn Sheets oe Bfnertlem lm Becker Dcnms Qcob manager Back The baby Vrks had a small but scrappy squad vsmnmg 3 out of 16 games Although thev d1d not WIH a very large percentage of thelr games they gfuned valuable expcnence needed to work up to the A Squad . z J. .,I ,J C, ,Q .Il , . row: Bill Blaser, jack Langley, jay Becker, joel Becker, 'joe Codd, Coach Father Matthew. Ochs and Macky scramble for the ball Lots of action but where is the ball? Ochs controls the rebound 'ULLAMCKHXCATHOLKTHMH1BOCGTERS N11:MBERSH1P 1906 -17 11 11 ft1Ll1'1 C, 11 1 It 1 11UXX 1111 11111111111 11111 11 11111111111 111111211 1111 C11 11111111 F1011 B111s1111111t LIF1 111111Q W 11t131 1111111 N11 11111 N115 N11111 111 1s11 1 1 11111 S1 1111011111 Q01111 X11 11111 X119 oscph 111111111 IS C0111 111111 C 1111110 D1111111 PX11111 11117118011 NI'1rx111 FIlLC11lC11 1 1 l111x C1ss -11111 Gus F111111 Cue N11th G11111? 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