Tillamook High School - Kilchis Yearbook (Tillamook, OR)

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KILC I IQ48 PRESENTED ANNUALLY BY THE STUDENTS OF TILLAMOOK HIGH SCHOOL Volume 21 FORWARD WHY THIS KILCHIS When the whltes first started settlmq xn Ixllamoole County m the e lx 1850s the chief of the local lndlans the k11'unu1ees wxs Chxef lxtlehls Ixllehls xx is not 1 member of the re lgnlng famxlx but smee h1s pre deeessor xx ts xn dl f xor among the: trtbe members he was able to usurp the power and he bee tme ehnef Chxef lxllehls had his home at kl1ChlS Point on 1111 noolx B x lwxee h prevented war between the whltcs and the Induns Onee when en mnoee mt Indlan was lxnched at IKl1ChlS m 1874 bx the pxonccrs II was onlx the mflue nee ef kl1lhIS that prexcnted 1 bloodx w ar kllKhlS was re speeted bx both the 1 mel the Indmns ind at mam times he gave the settlers ald In 190-1 the first five seniors were gr lduited from 1111 mloe le Hugh Sehoel but It xx is not untll 1908 that anx efforts were made to pubh h x sehool annu 1 In the xesers that followed other annuals were pubhshed md de pete tl' faet thwt some of these annuals we rc known bv dlfjfe rent nlmes lhe lsxlehzv was used es the tltle of twcntx edxtlons Durmq the xears of the de pre sslon be Dunning IH 1934 the school was unable to finance a prmtcd 'lnnual end lor tl1e nest three xeirs the annuals werc mlmeoqrxphcd These books were known ts lh Pte: 1 lhf North Ytar and 'Ihe Gale During the war xears the annuals were p'1tr1ot1c m theme 1 111-11 and 1946 the 1Naxa1 Arr Station at 'lxllamook proxxded most of the eeme photos use el ln the books Phe twentne th edltlon of lhe Kzlchzs was eomple te el m Ni xx 1941 llns Kzlchu was undoubtedlx the' largcst and most elaborate of 'mx xnnu 11s pre vxously pubhshe d Thus xear brmgfs the twcnty first edxtlon o lhe lsxlehzs 'Xie re n xpshots md the ehmmatxon of the elementary sectlon should make thns xe ers annual x better hxgh school annual rl -ii- ...- . ., 1 ., , . ., .. . ,. . -1 As 2 s . . fl ' K ' tv, I-' - s 'A- 1 1 - . -F -1 - ' '5 it - l 3 5 x -1. , V P. 1 , 5- 3 vm 1 n 1 'Z x - I n I . - ' 3 x - . - .' zu ' ap. " ev ' ' -'r- - " ' 'z .. '- '- 1 ' M: " ' ' -' - . j 'z . " ' '..- 1' - 1' - se-tt ers 4 ' . . ' .' ' -h X A -l V X i t 2 2 W V H 1 l 'K' tb ' 1 1 ' 'Z .1 ' c ' I' .' ' ' ' ' .5 Q , l . 21 and in the- spring of 1909 the- junior class compleftcd its Tillanwok Brfake rx. x 1v nl is 'I 7 x C I ' 1 1 Q - 2 xx . . XX W K ,. , h. , A ks , , . 1 ' , , .I 2 ,,.' ' ' , " . 'h , F, A- s 25- . ' s V I. . ' ' ' li . le . he . . . ' I sh' ' . ' 5 N 1 H- ' ' 1 :x ' 1 Q 2 ' 1 .4- 1 x fi: '. ., " ' 'iz . I ' 1 me Urn, ,, , . , 1 1 . , 2 f. ' l . V I. .1 rs, s I V V 1 1 I ' ' ' . .Q n B -7 A 1 u 1 D I . l I L s -3 ' ' n ' ' tv , 1 1 , W!-f 111lf!!,, ,W DEDICATION To thi idmls ind striving for surqcss jas Citizvns of tomorrow: to unior hot-rod, Sis s now drmm man. 'ndlall th loilcs. l'1u, hx. thr'll.'. disippointmsints. of ws im x'0ufi1.'iS thi: no-ia Kilchi: syinhhicilf' dvdiczitvd. , ' , 2' ...--f"' THE KILCHIS SIX Mc-lvm W xllnams Richard Smxth Bob Nelson Vernona Van Cnsc Mr N L Anderson Pdztor Fo Fdztor Busmess Manager Secretary Adusor Barbara Kidd ---- Assistant Editor H1 -g XX ' 11111 Q f 1 1 1111-1 IIIII 'I 'I 1 LIIIIIIII-1 X 0 fy f4f 4.1 2? If Q ff rin? J-3' Sfxfgz ,. f ., W W ,qhgsp i fiffbis - V ,V V f 'GSSZI ,,, , , I-'s , W , f ' C ,-1 if J 1 l f " 35. 1 ',1i,9g, r-fi-15,-TN .xi -L l V . Aon " , I I 1 llblld 1 me 1 1 1 x Kruk n wrzrzierzflwzlj NI1 VN ll11111 1 lrmnmrz VI 1 UI 111 r 1 I 111111111 OUR 19471948 DIRECTORS 'lhm b1g Joh of dmctmq chool 111 urs .md 11t1x1t1u flll upon th1 1 flu Il 11 xlxctrd rLpruc11t1t us of thc pmoplm Xhth thi 1111 rx .N 1n school p0pul1t on mc' rx 11lt11ff xncrcasc III school costs the 1o111pl1x1t1 ot thi problm 111 f'1C111q Olll d1 r tor 11 o IDCFCZISKN Facnd wlth the prohlc 111x of KOIlS0lIddIlOI'l and LI'lCtl0I1 oi Ht 1.1 filli It onll facllltlu thls group IN forud to gnc unstmtlnqlx of thc 1r tlllll Thli thm haw dom gladlx .md qrauouslx 'I 11111110011 stud1 ntx and nach: rs are fortunatm n h wmv th1S outstandmq group of c 1t17c nx fn dmc torx 1, . I ' , 1. K - ' fi . gs . J - -'Z . 3! 7 V Q' 9 S 5 , E 1 , Iff 0 riglzl: M1 .Xrrl ' 1 PW, M1 ,-X. S '-tt, M 1 W'z11'd Hz 111111 'rsln' 1' nri .mf A , 1 3 '1 'Q fonts, ffl ' 1, . 1'. V11 ' VY! ,t-, M . E211 .1 1 . " " -s- A A .x im' .. ' . . L'. - ', s.- W ARD HAMMERSLEY Sujmnntf mic nt At thc closc of nn sccond xc'1r 1s prmclpal of T1ll'1mook Hxqh School I look hack xuth plc 1surc it thc record our studcnts h xc 111.1 c sam o thc stu c hodw 18 dctcrmmcd lxrqclx hx thc chimctcr ol thc students ind lf IX hr 111 th It wxsh to gnc crm for 1 snxoothlx FUIIHIIIQ studc nt hodx orqanuntlon l xush 1lso to think thc 1114 Illlll rs ol thc f1c11ltx lor unrc s xcd opcrxtlon 1nd ook or xnr xsxth 1nt1c1p1t1on tc fun qrc dtcr wc IFS 1hc 1d To thosc sc mors who in lmunq qood lucls 1n whit v r cd of cndmxor xou cn asc fccl frcc to cill upon c school xl uc cm hc of help 1t 1111 tnnc c 1ct1x1t1c 11s111llx ltwllwll n 1 wcarhoolc would llldll ltc thxt thc ool IS Jlllll 111 lllllllt s ho xc s s 1 111 111 th1 cx 1 11 uw s wud hc 111011 1 I Jl s1c 1l t1 1111 Lf ex vc vc shoud hm mon tl11n 1 lCIlONAltClQ,l on dhcx t11t ltllllll thc school Nllfllllfl hu1ld cltmnshlp s A111111 hxnngs tht lllSlUlV o 1ool xc 1 H1 pu 111 lrlcnd 1nd zplct hx so llll plllllll 1tl1c s IllllSll Plllllll 111s IOIIOI' soc lt tu c IN L md flll lt rcprcscnts much 111orc th111 hc lu so c11tc1t11n111vfx s1oxsn t 1 o c Jxcts 1 from 1111 0 1 succcs school ..f' X. IANIES H 'XDAXISQYV Pmzczfml FACULTY DON WI'II'I'NliY 2nd ye-:ir at IHS Grzxduatc- ol' Ort-gon Stut- Collvgm- Chvmistry. Biology, Phys Svn. Math., IITQIIIIZI VIOLA PERRIN lst yvar at THS Graduatr- of Uriivvrsity of Nebraska Soph. English. Spzmih CIIIQSTICR GILIAM 2nd yvur at 'IIIS Crziduzxtm- of I,inIivlcl Assistant Conch SIJCPCII. Civic' History JOHN ICRBYNIC lst yvzzr at IHS Graduatv of Urvgon Statz' Collcgi- Shop, Carpt-ntry, Mvchanical Drawing ww ........ Y. ...I -...-.... .,-.,.--. fNIlI,I7RIiIJ IHOM.-XS lst yt-ar ut 'IIHS Crztduzitc of L'nivt-rsity ol Orc-gon Girls P. Ii., Ht-zllth IDA BOQIQISI' 8 yours qzxboutj Cruduatt' of Haugvsund Collvgv, Norway World History, Home I'1c'onomiCs ox 'rms Jos 4 . IIARULID BUIINIAN lst yvar ut IHS Graduatn' ol' L'nivc-rsity ol' Or:-gon Music. Chorus CECIL MILLER 2nd yvar at THS Graduate of Willamc-ttv Ifnivvrsitv Algebra I and 2. Ct-onivtrw Social Prohlvms FACULTY sr'- VIRGINIA MASON JAMES ADAMSON VIDA ABRAMS NORMAN ANDERSON 12 years at THS 2nd year at THS 24 years at THS lst year at THS Graduate of University Graduate of University Behnke Walker Business Graduate of University of Washington of Oregon College of Oregon Library, Senior English Principal, Trigonometry, Shorthand, Typing junior English, Latin II Algebra Il Office Practice EARL SHINN BESSIE ARNOLD ROY MUELLER lst year at THS 19 years at THS 7 years at THS Graduate of University Graduate of Oregon Graduate of University of Oregon State College of Oregon Typing, Bookkeeping, Bus. Home Economics Coach of Athletics Training, Common Law Boys P. E., Driving ON THE JOB E 5 STUDENT BODY OFFICERS First Semester Rolly Note boom Clarcncm Boqulst acklc Wut ern Schltgtl crrx Dental Prmsldcnt VICL Pl'lSldPIlt Secrvtarw ACIVCYIISIHSQ Manaqnr Business Manager Senlor Semor umor Sc-mor Sc n1or Second Semester Clarcncc Boquxst Harlu Chrlstmn an Llbbi B1 No: Leonard Su insdn Harold 'I ltl Prt sldnnt Vlcc Pruxdm nt Sccrf tan Advtrtxsmq 'vfanfxffcr Busmus X'I'lIl1i2tI' Sc n10r Jumor Sophomorn SL mor SL mor u- u .- v . y 1 -- J . - . - .. . ,..' If ' -N - - s--- - . .v. . . ..-. ' ' 'r: 'nz'-'-1 . E . 9 I . .y ' . . . . . -' jj- . Arg: ' 1 ,- ,' I ' .. ,...-,.1. ', 1 s ' . I-' . , V ' ' ' t '.' ' " ""' ' ,.. , ,. . . , ., . e . . .. . 1 ' x 1 x - B T O cBlg Tlme Cperatorsl F lrst Term Am organization faced with a staggering dc bt at its initiation has an almost insurmountable obstacle This 19 the situation the T H S Student Council faced in the fall of i947 to the tum of some S2000 By the end of the semester much of this dm bt had been paid off This speaks well for the activities of the president Rolly Noteboom and business manager errv Dentel Earls in the year the possibility of continuing the Tilla H1 he ws commercially was discussed because of lack of funds the old mimeograph style had to be reverted to Special attention was directed by the group to force all organizations to provide representatives to the Council An amendment making it possible to select assistant editors for the Tilla H1 News and the Kilchis in the seventh week in the school year rather than the seventeenth was made to the constitution. Efforts were made through the term to increase the num- ber of dances and also to increase the attendance at the dances. Special meetings were held with the Dance Committee to improve the situation. The Council made it possible for the G. A. A. to have a badminton tournament by providing raquets and shuttlecocks. Although many sessions spent discussing the possibility of securing ping-pong tables and equipment for toumament play in the high school nothing positive was done. This particular council triad to meet regularly at least once a week and in general did so. The last few meetings were spent discussing such routine matters as ushering at games fliasketballj sponsoring March of Dimes and electing yell-leaders. Two political parties were formed to provide officm rs for the next council the U. S. fbnited Studentsl and the Topps. B T O Blg Tlme Operators? Second Term Lndcr thc ahh lmdcrshlp of Prfsldcnt Qlartnct Boqulst u uth nnportant hus r s xx IN dlspostd rf m tht Sf cond tcrrn 'of tht l947 48 school xcar Eflort xxas r 1 ld hx th-s mouncll to nnproxt tht program ln gun rll by qtttlnq suqqtstlons from tht xxx ous classcs It xx 1s suqqcstcd tarlx m the ttrm that all nnnutms hc txpcd nd po ttd th' :dm brmq that sxcmg tht ICIIOII take n hx tht group nnght mcrcasa m tt rc st on th: part of thm studtnts IH Umntrxl fht Louncxl made lt possxble for tht lhrurnns to haxc pms m rmcoqmtlon of thur scrvlcts Gxrl s and box s badmmton toumimmnts xxtrc authormd hx tht councxl and 'Vhss Thomas and Mr Mu lltr 1 kcd to arrange thun Thr usual czuthorlnt on of B and A squad athlctlt lt tt: rs xxx rr made Nm: studcnts rccclxmd B squad basketball litters and txxtlvl tht prohlc nm of clcanmq up and lxu pxng clt an tht school grounds Thr flrc squad hnallx xoluntczrmd to pollu thc grounds and carc for the scrap papfr cans placed m xarxous parts of tht x'1rd Txxo nt xx cluhs xxtrt mltlattd mto tht school :Xtra turrxrular pmrfram thc Shuttmrbug Llub and tht Futurt Busmmss Ludcrs of Xmt r1c'1 lntcrfst m tht nfxx clubs sctmcd hlqh At tht last mcttmq held hmform this xrtulc xxtnt to prcss tht orqmmnq of tht p0llllC 'll partxts to can for tht nonnn xt ng of ofln 1 rs for nm xt x1 ar s tllllllill xx is mrrxcd out Mr Adan son m this mu tvnff 4 xllcd for ffcnrrll nnproxr mr nt of condxt ons around tht school md urtfld tht group to mt stud: nt opmxon 1 n hoxx thus mould hr xxorlxm d out A xt rx sturdx tm nms nrt xx IN purt h lsmd it thus tnnc xlthouqh thcrt xx as sornt lHdtLlS10Il nottd on tht fau ol tht I umht rs as tht x loolxcd out It thc mx thmff but ttnms xxmthc r . U I I C I q.: Y., .1 'U R. , X ' , I. , , , - 5. . .H - , b. :Lu 1, f. ' ' ,. . It 'kt.2 5. A x Z ,x . NK xl K 1 K N I K x 2 ' K x If x I -I I ' l l' i ' - x t' 1 u x - ' u x I ' x w . x I ' . 5 V R i x i I ', : xs 19 an 93 . A ' , x x ' A u X , x b . yu tc ,, ' X l ' Vx p 1'vc1'ix't-d "A" squad. Manx' minutes of thc mid-tcrm rnbctings vvc-rx' spvnt discussing YL I' K 4' I "1 I ' 1 ' I- f L X . ' . x - x t- xl' L - x ' . . , , Y , , .' ,.. ,, . 'Q' ', -1 H- 'i -. .1 Q 'A x s - ' ' X V '- - x Y - . V . - - . . ' - , .. 5 . , . . , A . 1 . . 1 L I I' x- I K u x 'K N- A- x . lv-I 1 1 sxs u 1' '. ' 2 1 4' ' 5 ' 'H '. s Cf:!f!5,4fa!0f4Df1? Igagey 411 yzhbzyfffz afwfl? yjfz KWH fynffffes A ,. 6 Mae Qelynlff Dying 'A 'zclef ? qyfteefwf-:Z ef azz s gym z' 16 Iianefza Capefks ': 1 TIILLAM K v 1 9 '4 I T W - Q , X 1 I X! X f I , gy!! F F C: lj I f C H5 X 4 5 H 4. , 1 A 2 ' 4 .Q X H- + H . n KQV 'Y f f in -1 2 3 , N 1' U' Y' 9' r r P" Y' r- T' I' I V mini H Wolgnnott I Rom 1 4 o mm 1 son 1 nm 4 X zeobson Ymnrizn 'Vlr Nflur llr r Ndx lsot D Wx is D Fdwutds MISS M ISOII Xdwlior Senlor Class Offlcers Both Semesters CITIZENS OF TOMORROW It IS usuillv thc st mor war of school ont remembers the most VlVldlV The clws of 48 hmm m1m outstmdmq thmqs to rtnnnmec upon 'Ihu can thmk hack upon thcmsrlws is pow som of unugual dramatle ablhty Stmors added lxfe ind talc nt to threc of the four plaw qnen m 1947 48 Thexr most humorous eontrlbutlon xx Q tht Blue Bag and thmr most sm nous Tht Fool The two leads ln the latter Mclvm lVllllZiH1S and Dorothw 7uereher rccuud much eommmndatlon Probwhlv no om xslll forget the uproarvonslx funm :mnounemq of erry Sehlegzl tn the Tall nt Show olfmrcd m tht fall of the wear Tht claw of 48 added Qevc ral Qeholare to thc mnlxs of Phllolnlon In eaddxtxon to theQe who were Selected m 47 Bob Nelson Chrenen Boqulst ern Sehltqml Duant Edwards and Louxw Hammer hmewnn honorfd studrnts It I9 notusorthx thqt 'all thc sa mor Phxlokalons clmeted m 1948 u rc how Ihr Lhmucnmltrrs of 48 hid tht outsmndmq 'athlmtle abxlxtx of Ro' md Notfhoom Chrenec Boqulst Chxrles Goldman Duane Edxnrds and Blll Vlolfw mott to 'nd thtm 'lhelr pre enec will bf mxwd m the eommq war At the 'nm of ffm mlxtrd pl tu xms tht lxllc n Rvur IJICIIIK ffroun s Thr SIIHOI' clt s h 1 1 tn ln pnttnq on tht xllllllll ITOHHCOIIIIIIU' mum 'IIIUITX '7 IQ48 Th Onut tw 1 uw 1 1 n x It nv nro L9 or tt N1 nncttc nu rxltx 1 forrur vw r of FHS lon choleutc hc not fr ll unon C arnnn l'offfr X wlndutorlm 1nd Rulmrd gnnth Sxlutttorlm Rvelwrd nl o won 1 txp nd m th: Fllt scholtr hm eont t nd noueht honor tr lw I IIN nnrnnnt xx 1 hm ld Nl IX '78 Cltss Nflotto Fduc mon the sttppmq xtom to pm in C lem Colors M lroon and Sllxt r Cliv Ploxxu The dxr rmc lon lN1Q1t Y : . Af: , '. 4 , D -fo -, C. C ld 1 , B. N 'l. , B. NI: tl ' j, A. F -nk, . gr . .. ' -,. ' ': . j.,, . , , ,. 1: .' '. . . I ' 1 "' h- K x I' i . lx' I h x L I I' . . . i , ' 1 . . . . . A X X ' . Y . -, . . . 'A ' " t kv. K . ' . 4' 1 ". ' ' . 1 ' ' ' U, . A , - ,' V . I , ' I 1 V I xl . I I - ll v I g - I l, Y x 1 1 'Q n - 4 I ' , u , i . . . . . , . , . x .- u h" I. x A v L I x :W . ' k' x i x . k uw 1 I r Q u T xx w r x ' ,l N ' I x ' . . 1 1 5 W 1 I- f - 1 1 . I . I , . . , . . . . , . . . . h. - 1 . I ' T I is x Y. m -5. x I A K ivy' I A 5- I the prinfnff of this artiele no date had been set for the senior pienie. but the Con- - I 2 . I . , vt 4- 4 ' A -I 'S ' v - ' ' . 5 y If 1 ' - 1 S- ,md I hz cl' ll 1 " ' 2 1' -. .- . 1' - Unk'-' ws R 'fd B15 . 'lil , ft? : X"ll1 - ' U . r - '- 'o ' 2 ' - I: ' Inu. 7. I :. . ' . 2 1 ':. A . :H ' .s'f'. ' ' ,'s." JS' "4 1' YO l ' l . X lg vltool. ll: :'e:1lzn11'e:1tc' RXl'IX'lf'l'S were held May 213 and Com- ' " ' 'z s X If z I' - . 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A . . l K L l 14:5 ' ' Lk 'l fl " 'X if TIE: 1 155 SHIRI EN CIASF Ihe tgirl with the vunpineg eyes Pcp Squad I ye'ar Spmech Class Play umor C lass Se cre tary, C irls Le ique Prom Commit tee Sophomore Xletoiy lrmeess Dmee Rep re se ntatlve Clpcretti CILARF NCI' BOQLISI lhree acres and 1 cow Btsleetbill 1 year B Bxsleetball two years A Foothill one ye tr Soph Pre side nt Student Body Irnsxdent Student Body Bust ness Manager Student Council I'1re Squad three years Order of the l Student Body A ice Pre side nt Phlloleilons BF ITX JANE C ARR We Inc end Imam but not the wiser grow C irls Le ague F H A Operctta R ANION A LEE BRISRFX She is just a quiet kind whose nltures never vary Semor Sperch Play C'vI1lu up S Speech Class Pliy CPropert1es IL xii BR xxnou 'im 1 woman When I thmle I must sp: ale lilla H1 News I' H A Council Represen ta iw' Senior Cllss Rings Opeietti Cirls Le ague LEONA RAYE BAILEY I dcsire' no future' that hre"iles the' tics of the' pastf F. H. .A. Tilla-Hi News C irls Lvaguc Prom Decoration Committce' F. H. A. r. C.ounciI F. H. A. Program C.ommitte'e' jr. Play' Ad- vertising Committr-e'. FSTHER AIYIIFRSOW The' place' is dignificd by the' doors de'e'd.' C'irls League' Kilchis Staff two y'e"1rs 'l'ill1-H' Staff two y'e"1rs C'le'e' Club two ye"1rs County Shorthand Contcst First Place' unior Yr"ir Prom Dccoration Committe'e', unior Play' Sclcction Committcc, Props Clonmiittce' for Srnior Dramatics Club Play. PHYLLIS BESIER "Hcr life' a continual sue'e'e'ssion of lJe'autiful smilcsf' 'I'illa-Hi Ncws, F, H. .A., junior-Scnior Ban- quct Committe'r', junior Class Play' fMalev'up, .Adve'rtisingl, Opvrvtta, CSophomore'l. JOANNE BRETHACER "The Moe' thc' me'rrie'r," Opvrrtta, 'l'illa-Hi Ncws two yfcars, Spccch Class Play, Studcnt Council, Scnior Christmas Play, Scnior Christmas Program Committe'e', Girls Lcaguc, Prom Committe'e'. .ARTHLYN BARTI,E'l"I' "Littlc, but oh! my." junior Class Sccrctary, junior Managcmvnt Committe'c, Scnior Managcmcnt Committce' Pep Squad, Photography' Club, Scnior Christi mas Play, Intra-mural Sports, Girls Le'ague'. BARBARA RL"l'll COAST 'light or dark or short or srnall sliv gi-ts a trap to snarv lll4'lll all." fiirls Ia-agus' Yin' l'ri'sid1'nl, CIoinnii'rr'ial Cfluln, Photograpliy iiluh, Studi-nt Body Play lMalu'upl, Svnior Sp:-wh Class Play, Kssvin- hly lfoirunittvr, l'roin lloinniittvr, Damw' Rrp- 1'4-srritaitiw-, Dvroration lf o in in i t t 1- v, Girls Imziqin- llanquvt, junior .-'xssvnihly Cloininiltm-, County Short-hand Award, Srvond l'lar'r', f,l'Q'.!Illl2ll.lUIl ifonunittr-1-, F, li. l,. A. GI,lCNN,X CJONOYPIR "ll:-r vyvry word a qoldrn thought, he-r vvr-ry rnovc- is a grzic'v." Girls lmzigirr-, l", ll, X., 'lirvasurir R.-XYNK FND fill.-Xlylff llill HAn orator without judgrnvnt is a horsr- without a bridle-." lfoothall, "li" lfoothall, Fin' Squad, lntra- mural Sports. Him, moss "And l pray you lvt nous- of your pvoplc- stir ini' I haw' an e-xposition of slr-vp vornm- upon Il1l'..l X Foothall, "li" lfoothall, Intra-inural - Sports. lNfARY In-NOBLE "'l'hr-rv is a gr:-at di-al in thx- first iinprvssionf' Band, Opvrctta, Ofliu- Staff, I", H. A., junior Play fL'slic-rvttrl, Prom Cormnittr-1-, C. A. A., Svnior Managi-inn-nt fi0lI1IIlllU'l'. ,IAGK ut-roi: "It is not good for man to hr- alonrf' Studrnt Body Yin- l'r1'sidi'nt, junior Class Pr':'sidm'I1t, Upvrr-ttzr, ,Iunior Class Play, Stu- di-nt Body Play, lfirr- Squad two yvars, Studvnt lfounvil, Yrll L:-advr, "B" lfoothall, Spring Sports, Intra-mural Sports, Svnior Manaqv- xnr-nl LlOlIllI1lItl'1', ' ' :iff 'in' lrvsidvnt, Kilfhis R1'prm'sf'ntativ1-, Drlvqati' to Stu-lr-nt Body ffonwntinrn at Xllbany. fil'lli.Xl.lJ l. llrixillrll. "Lf'ttr'r writing, thr- most Clvli' ul way wasting tilnr-," Studvnt Body Businrss Managrr, "A" Foot- ' hall, Urrlvr of 'l', Stud:-nt Counril, "B" For - ' hall two yvars. ,H iaruox izimotxiz W- - 'YQ of "As wa' advanre- in lifv, wa- lvarn the- liniits 4 f If 'ss our ahilitif's." ' lntra-mural Sports, lfirf- Squad thrrr- yr-ars, lfoothall ont- yvar. IDLXXNI-I l'll7lYARllS "just likr' thf- ivy, I'll Fling to you." Philokalon, Philokalon Prvsidvrit, Fire' Squad thfw- wars, Football, "B" Football, Baslxrthall, "B" Haslu-thnll, Studrnt Counril, F. B. I., .'X., Svnior Managvinr-nt Cmninittvv, Sprint.: Sports, junior Play lldvf-rtising, 'liirlu-tsi, Sophoinorm' Class Sc'Crm'tary, Orde-r of 'l', Upvrvtta, Prom Dm'Coration Conunittvr, lntra-inural Sports, DON l".XlllllN "Lax-.s art- made' to hr hrolu'n," 4, in 5 , 1 1-5-'ffzgff l VELYN FEl.l.UlYS Don't wait to bc Cranlwd, bm' a svlf Sl1ll4ll'1'.u nior Class Play, Opt-ri-Ita, lntra-mural . orts, Girls Lvaguv, Prom Dvvoration Com- mittw. Vl'lRl,A FlSlll'lli "'l'lu'r1"s only ont' man in thx' world for nw." Opt-rvtta, l". H. A. CARMEN CORRINH FOUC "Shc' wc-ars tht' wright of linowlm-dgr' lilu- a flow-rf' Yalvdivtorian, F. ll. A. l'rvsidc'rrt, l". H. A. Historian, Girls Ln-agux' Sc't'rr'tary, Dramatic Club S4'c'rm-tary, Pm-p Squad, Philolxalon, Up- vrvtta, County 'liyping Contvst l"irst Award, Studvnt Body Play 1Makcupl, Spm-1-ch Class Play, junior Class Play, 'l'illa-Hi Nrws, Kilrhis, Girls Lvagum- Banquvt Coininittw, Svnior Christmas Program, Philokalon As- st-mbly, F. H. A. District Confvrciifs- two ya-urs. UONNA LOL' FERRY "Un with thc' dam'm'l Irvt joy br- unronlinc'd." vliilla-Hi Nr-ws, Intra-mural Sports, Librarian, Svcrm-tary Librarians' Coiiiiiiittvr, 'l'rvasun'r Librarians' Club, flirls Ln-agur, Srnior Srxt- vttv, PADI. M. GOEBHI. "Lif:- is not so short but that thvrr' is always time' vnough for c'ourtm'sy." Upvrvtta, Prom Dvroration Conunittvv, Pho- tography Club, Studvnt Body Play cslilgf' Crvwl. DONALD Nl. GAVE'lvl'E "A man of plvasurr' is a man of pains." Intra-mural Sports, Up:-rvtta 1Stagc' Man- agc-rl, Srnior Managm-me-nt Cornmittrr. CHARLES A. GOLDMAN ulf all thc' world's a stagv, lm-t nn- play Ronu-of' Svnior Class Pre-sidvnt, Svnior Class Yin- Prcsidvnt, Order of 'l' Yin- Pre-sid:-nt, Soph- ornori' Class Vim' Prt'sid1'nt, lfirl' Squad two ye-ars, junior Class Play, Sp:-vcli Class Play, Trophy for Baskr-tball and Swimming, Stu- drnt Counvil, "A" Football two yvars, "A" Baslwtball two yvars, "B" Baslwtball one- yvar, Prom Committw. ULAF llAl.l.S'l'RONl "A Inan of many infhvs and rvm-ry inch a manf Spring Sports, lntra-mural Sports, Photog- raphy Club, Band. LOUIS li. HAMMEIQ I "I may dn' to slow musir, but lr-t mc- hw' in jazz, Band, l947 Follivs, 'l'illa-Ili N1-ws, Kilchis, Photography Club l'lll'l'llSllTl'l'l, Srnior Dra- rnativs Club KPN-sidc-ntl, Studvnt Body Play two yi-ars, Hornc'c'oming, Opvrr-tta VSopho- mor:-N, Prom fl0llllllllll't', Philolxalons, Spvr-mli Class Play, Outsidm- Music: MARY llAl'fllCN "Sh1' knows how to givv hvr man hrr way." F. ll. A, Olhrv Stall, Opt-rc-tta fSophomorc'l. uAi,i: uiouxsox "WV do not want hiui any lonqi-ri llr' is long l'll0llflll.l' lutra-mural Sports, Pliotograpliii' Club, Stu- tlvut liudy Play il'rnpi'rtivsl. llr-XRROW l-llPl'l'lli'l' "Hf' duth iudt'i'cl show smut' sparks that 'rrt liki- wit." Upvrvtta lSUllllUlllUl'l'Vl, "li" Football, l,l'UIll Crowning Conuuitt1'r', Iutra-mural Sports twin ye-ars, Spring Spnrts. .'Xl,VlN llfll,l,li'lvl' Ulla- who thinks for hilnsvlf. and rar:-ly iruitatvs, is a frm- man, lntra4uiurul Sports, ANITA .IACOBSIQN HWhy should I bi- aiuqry with a iuan for lmiuu huns:-lf bn-ttcr than rut-E"' Spanish Club lYic'i- Pre-sidt-nti, S1-nior Class Dann- Rcrprcsi-ntatiwg Sc-ninr Class Christ- mas Play, Photography Club. MARIE JORGENSEN 'lWr- know little of her' but what wc know is of thc bi-st." Girls 1.1-aguc, Librarian. llOl,ORlS Jfjsl "Hizh school and thvn . . ." Tilln-Hi Nrws, .lunior Play Makvup Cornuiit- tv:-, Girls Lraqui-, llrmn Dvvoration Cour- TTllIlf'1'. fll,l'lNNA KTIYFS "VVhi-n lu' is out of sight hr is also quiCl4ly out of mind." 'l'illa-Ili News, Kilchis, Op:-ri-tta lSopho- rnorvl, Pr:-sidc-nt Librarians' Club, Pre-sidvnt Pup Squad, Taluut Show Cmuuiittvf' two yvars, Honu-Corning two ye-ars, Sc'Ci't'tary Phi- lokalnns, Prom Couuuittcv, ,lournalisru Club, Spf-1-rl: Class Play, junior Class Play, Intra- mural Sports, Student Body Play lProp:-rtii-s Cnuunittrcl, Student Bodv lllav fiualwup Couunittt-1-l. llf'lYqXYNE KNlfl'll,.'XNl7 "Disguisc' our bondagi' as wi' will, ' woman, rulrs us still." Operrtta fSnpl1nuiorf- N . IJXVUNNF "fYl,'USUN "Notliini.Z grvzlt was vvvr ac'liii'w-cl without vn- tlursiasmf' C. A. A., l. H. .-X., Photograplui Club, lrlla- lli Nvws, Girls lmuguv, 'llalvnt Sliuw, Upvrvt- ta lSOPl1UlIlOl'l'l, Prom Dr-c-nratimi Cfunniitt:-1-, junior Play ll'r0pt-rtirs autl Costuiursl. BE'l"l'Y KOBY W- "Orn:uni'nts wf-rf' lIlV1'lllt'Ql by rriticli-styf' F. Il, .X.. Girls l,i'agui-, fjllrlllf' Stall. X?-X 4 Q 1? O Q7 if YT NAIIINE I,ANGIVI'1I.I. u'l1lll'l'K' arm- sonic' silvnt proplm' who an num intcrvsting than thc lwst tallu-rsfl l'c'p Squad, Girls Ixaguv, I". H. A., l'hoto- Qraphit' Cluli, Intra-mural Sports, Pioin thun- Illlltt'l', U. .-X. A, Klil'l'll IEAMON "I'lnx'rgy and pL'rsist:'m'm- fouqurr all things." Photographic' Club, Football, lntravnuxral Sports. l'1l,I,EN I,ICIII'liI'IN'l'lIALER "I low- the world and e-ve-rything in it hut swimming is my splirrc-." 'l'illa-Hi Stall, Kilchis Stall, I". II. A., Ulm- Cluh, junior Class Play, Oprrvttzx, Girls Le-agus-. IIIJIXIRHS I.OI"VI'EN "If a man is worth knowing at all hr- is worth knowing wvllf' F. ll. A., Girls Lraguc. XYARREN LUOMIS "Hold thc fort for I ani coming." Band, Upvrvtta LSophou1orc'j, junior lllay flilvctricianj. JIM C. MARTENSEN "My hvst thoughts always Conir- a little' too lata" BETTY JEAN NIATIIIENY "Shr- has words and sniilvs for thvni all, hrr friends, ht-r fovs, and the- rr-st." D. A. R. Rc-pr:-srntzltivr-, junior Class Sw' rm-tary, Stud:-nt Counril, Svnior Managrnir-nt Conunittl'l', Pvp Squad Sc-Crvtary, Intra-mural Sports, junior Class Play Cl'romptr'r, inakrup Comniittrvl, Svxtvttr' lllhorusj. NAN NIA'I'HI'INY uI'IOIIlf'lY housr-hold tasks shall lu' hr-r duty," F. II. A., Girls Imagur-, Kilrhis Staff, Ufhrf- Staff. CHESTER MJUONOUGII "Whc'n it hc-Colne-s nc'r'r'ssary in thc' voursr- of human vvvnts to hlull, lr't us hlull '," HB" Baskvthall two yt-ars, and "B" liiot- hall thrrr' yvars, Uprrvtta ISopholnor1-H, Urdvr of I, Spring Sports, Intra-mural Sports, Prom Coiiiriiittw. DORIS Nlll.l,S "lin slow in Choosing a Irirnd, slowrr in r'l1anging.'i If II. .-X., fiirls I.f'agu1'. ROBERT NELSON "'l'hm- human knvm- is a joint not an rntvrtain' mont." Opt-rvtta fSophomorvJ, Studvnt Body Busi- nvss Manage-r, Studi-nt Council, Pre-sidvnt Svnior Class, Stagm' Managvr Studvnt Body Play, "B" Squad Baskc-tball Manager, "A" Football two yvars, junior Class Play, Stu- dr-nt Body Play, Businvss Managm-r Kilchis, F. B. L. A., Firr- Squad two yr-ars, Homvcom- ing, Prom Committc-0, Philokalons, Spring Sports. A LILAH MILLS 'l'h1- mildvst niannvrs and thc- grntlvst hvartf' Operftta tSophomorc-J, Band thrcv ye-ars, Girls Lx-aguv, Svrving Committw- ,lunior-S:-n- ior Prom, G. A. A. thru-1' years, Intra-mural Sports, El:-Ction Committvc- for Prom, Swim- ming Mm-t judgm-, Svnior Management Com- lnittr-1-. ROI AND A. NOTEBOOM A man that lovl-s and laughs must surcly do we-ll." "A" Football thru- yvars, Baskctball Manager UA" Squad, "A" Baskc-tball two yvars, fCap- tain Sc-nior Yi-arj, Sophomorc Class Prvsi- drnt, Firm- Squad thrvc- yr-ars, Firm- Chi:-f, Stu- dvnt Council, Order of 'I' Pre-sidvnt, Philo- kalons, Prom Committr-1-, Adv:-rtising Man- agrr, Studvnt Body Prvsid:-nt, Sc-nior Class Play, Talent Show Chairman, Homm-coming, Committvr, School Rvprc-sc-ntativr at Albany Convention. MARJORIE NORBERG "Ht-r course is likc' that of a mountain river, lim-d with bluffs." Tilla-Hi Nvws, Intra-mural Sports, Spf-rch Class Play, Studvnt Council, Girls Lf-aguv, Prom Conunittvv, junior Class Play CAdvz-r- tisingj, Majorvttc, Opt-rn-tta fSophomorc-5, Sc-nior Christmas Program Chairman, Vice' Pri-sidc-nt Svnior Dramatics Club, Girls Lvaguv Christmas Program Chairman, BERNARD G. POUND ady to work, rf-ady to play, rvady to hvlp whvrc' vvvr hc' may." "A" Football two yt-ars, "B" Baskc-tball, Baskc-tball, Photography Club, O p 1- r Q- t ta CSophoniorc-D, Spring Sports, Ord:-r of 'l', Prom Dvroration Committc'l'. IIERBERT OLI JENKAMP ROBPIRT OLSON "Thr man that blushvs is not quite- a brutvf' Intra-mural Sports, Stndvnt Body Play fAs- sistant Stagv Manage-ri. Prom Dc-Coration Connnittw, S:-nior Christmas Play fSta5n- Managvrb. Blf'l"l'Y ,IOYCIIC Pii'l'l'iRS 'Klfaithful is shi- in vafh task, small, l'OIlllJ1'ft'Ilt, stvady, a frivnd to all." 'l'illa-lli Nvws, lntra-mural Sports, Photog- raphy Club Svrrvtary, F. B. L. A. Sc'Crc'tary, Studrnt Body Play Kinakvupt, Spm-Vli Class Play' fMakl'up2, Svnior Christmas Play fProp- z-rty, Prompte-ri, Prom Dvroration Committw. IVAN RERVIC 'tlt is tho wise' hvad that makvs thx' still tongm: F. B. L, A. PI IYI.I,lS ROAN .1- Shc' hath thc' powvr that roinvs work wvll don:-." from daily Ufhw Stall, Baton lwirlinq, Kilvhis, lilla- ' lli Nr-ws, Srnior Class St'l'l'!'l1lI4Y, Svnioi Y Christmas llay, Si-nior xl2!l'l2l!t'llll'I1l Com- , mittr-mx in 'T X ... 3. Q .ls -1 't 6-1' CLA RA L. ROSRCH "A woruan without a. laugh in hvr is tht' grvatrst born' in t'xistt'm'r." F. H. A., Opcrvtta QSophomon'I, 'I'illa-Ili Nvws, Prom Coriuriiittrr, Junior Class Play. ,IERRY SCHLIZGRI, "Silt'nt't' is tht' virtue' of fools." Football, Intra-uuiral Sports, Order of 'l', Firm' Squad, Viet' Prrsidrnt Philokalons, Svnior Christmas Play Committ1'c', Srnior Managt'rm'nt Committc't', Spwvh Class Play, 'I'ale'nt Show, Studvnt Body Advvrtising Man- agvr, Stud:-nt Council. JOHN SLAIQSC DN "For hr"s a jolly good fvllowf' "B" Football, Intra-mural Sports, Photog' raphy Club, Prom Cornxnittrr, junior Class Play fStagt' Managvrl, Studvnt Body Play CStagm' Managvrl, Svnior Christmas Program. RICHARD SMITH "I would rathrr study books than w0mr'n." Salutatorian, Kilchis Editor, 'I'illa-Hi Nvws, junior Class Play, Philokalon Vita' Prrsidrnt, 'I'alt'nt Show, Fira' Squad, Homvroming Corn- niittvv, Studrnt Council. LEANORD SWANSON "Otht-r mvn vat to livr, but I livv to vat." "A" Football two yvars, "A" Baskvtball, Yr-Il Lvadcr, Stud:-nt CounCil. Studvnt Body Busi- nvss Nlanagrr, Ordvr of T, Firm' Squad. HAROLD TAIR "A wise' man will makr' mort' opportunitirs than hc' Finds." Opcrrtta CSophomorr-J, "B" Baslcvtball two yvars, "B" Football two yvars, Intra-mural Sports, Fira' Squad, junior Class Play, Stu- dvnt Council, Prom Committi'r', Order of T, Svnior Dramatics Club, Studrnt Body Advrr- tising Managvr, Spvrfh Class Play, ARNOLD WV. IVAILBERG "Just whistlc' if you want anything." "A" Football two yvars, "B" Football, "B" Baskrtball two yvars, Danes' Ri'pr1'se'ntative' fSophomorc'J, Opvrvtta CSophomor1'l, Intra' mural Sports, Spring Sports, Prom Commit- tr'f', Order of T. BIi'I"I'Y YYIDIVIER "MisChi1'vous and full of fun, a trur' friend to t'Vt'TVOIIl'.u Studvnt Body Sc't'rr'tary, Sophomort' Class Sr't'r1'tary, Girls Lvagur' Prvsidvnt, I". H. A, S1'c'rf'tary, Intra-mural Sports, Svnior Main- ZlQ1'lllI'Ilt Comruittv'r', 'lilla-Ili Nvws, Spi'1't'h Class Play. Pvp Squad, Studvnt Counril, Opvrvtta LPropr'rtif'sI, Prom Corriniittw. MELVIX WII.l,I.-XMS "WP may livr- without books but rivilivrd mvn Cannot Iivt' without rooltsf' Oprrr-tta iS0lJllUIllUl'l'l, Studvnt Body Play two yvars, Firf' Squad threw' yvars, Intra-mural Sports, Junior Class Pr1'sidc'nt, "ll" Football om' yvar, Prom fif7lllllllllt't', junior Class Play. Studvnt Counril two yvars, .assistant Iiditor Kilvhis, Philokalon Pr1'sidf'nt, Prvsidf-nt Pho- tography Club, Kilrhis Iiditor, S1-nior Man- agf'rm'nt Coiiiriiittw. XX IIS l it it 1 nt I ountil, I 1 or , , Il'is'r-tball ' y ' '. DOROTHY YYYSS 'lWh1-rc-vc-rv tl11-r1- is fun l'll be-." 5 'l'ill:1-Hi N1-ws, Kilrhis, F. H. A. ,l'l'l'2ISUff'f, Y I Spec-Ch Class ll:1y, lntra-n1ur11l Sports, lc-p 5 Squad, Senior Ijilllfl' R1'prr'sc'r1t11tiv4', -Iuniur Class Play fl'1'11pc-rtivsj, Opt-11-ttu 4'Supho- nlorf-P, Prom Co1111111tt1-1', OFHC1' Stull' two yvznrs, Judgc' SNN'lIIlllllIl2 Meet, Girls L1-zlgur' B:1r1qu1-t cl0IllIIlllll'l', Girls L1-z1g111- Sistvr Party IJOROTI IY ZUIERCIIIIQR ".-Xlmvn' ll1'l' frm sh:-'ll Illillit' l'yl'S :it any rnilnf' Op1'1'1'tt:1 fS0pho111or1- J , IlltfZl'lllllI'Ill Sports, 'l'illz1-lli Nvws, Girls l,1'z1g111' Sister Party Cc1111111itt1-c-, Pmrn Co111111itt1-1-. KVA CURl3l'l'l"l' Conlplf-ting hm-1' l1ix:l1 srhool f'0llI'Sl' nt 'lf ll. S., taking c'l1i1'flv 1111111111-1'c'1:1l 1'c1111's1-Q, Mm. Co1'lx1'tt :1ls11 drivr-5 the- flt'l'lII1SlCl4' hfllllfbl lmus, lillllil, AIHNSICN Illfill'l'OWliR X Illtl lu , 'Il -1' of tllm' Clans of 718 who was Q1':1d11- :1t1'rl 111 thw- SllIllllll'lk of lfl-17 uftvr 11tt1'11di11Q NlllIlIlll'l' srlmol 111 lxllllllllilllllll Clrrllvgrz Newlyweds 4 'wx V 1 ii Special Students Senior Royalty 5? W. Seated West L Schmidt N johnson Brownlu D Rarey S Abrams H Neimann B Dolphin Stanrlmg Mr Cillam 'Xdvisor Nl Huston UNIOR CLASS OFFICERS Both Semesters One More Year? The Class of 49 started tht ir yt ar with election of officers. After holding this it was dccidtd to have 1 general ch'1irman for the Sophomore Initiation. 'ickie lfest was elected to fill this position: then selected those who were to serve on her committee. Among their group the uniors had some ol whom tht y were vary proud. They were: Don Rarey, Lois Schmidt, Barh'1r'x Kidd, Shirley Ahratus. o Ann Swett ackie West. Dorothy Sohrweid. and Avy Zuercher: all initiattd into the Philokalon Honor Society. e 1 Bride ?" At ply to tht lu iors. They have thtm 'tt '1 Batgfn . The play Bargain Bride was presented March fourth and fifth. Sufticient fund: to sponsor the Prom were raised. The evening of April 23. l948. was the tuniors big moment. That s right! It was the evening of the unior-Senior Banquet 'ind Prom. Don Rarey, the newly elected president for the second semester appointed several chairmen to fill the many duties that were required to be done in order that the evening he a successful one. They were: Decorations. Barbara Kidd: Hall. Doris White: Program. ackic West: Election. Helen Neimann: Dance Barbara Cocanower. The theme for this year was "Skyline and the Wilson School auditorium and Townsend Hall were very attractively decorated. During the course of the evening the Queen and her court were escorted to the throne where Don Rarey crowned the Queen. At the time of this writing, it was a: yet undecided whether the xuniors or Sophomores would decorate for Conuneneeruent or Baccalaureate. G . 2 l wr ', 'J l l A1 umor Class A to K Corinovsfr S D1nt1l B lxldd H nrx X H1n1s B Hns R lx1s1r K Els 0 B Hdwluns H l'0ng1r L Klght 'N Burdlck VI Huston X ohnson NI Ixoln Hxumn Humphrrxs 9 Xhruns X B1rn1 d 9 Brdorthw 'N Edwards Q D1fo1 J Boquxsl C1 'am usor D mg osmxr r1s1ns1n no nr 'l u x Hns F I'1tCh1n l H11 lx Hormr L Carrlson Brownlm B Dolphin B Euns P B1 h Btn ft R OINS L Holq'1t1 X Cobb 011 I 014 OIL Ro 1 icy L... unlor Class L to Z 011 R DNO xnu 11131 llfl 11 C Rolmlnson Il 7 1 s ll 1 r X H 'Nmnnnn X Zu1rCh1r l uCl111 D Wlhltf S111 tt L 5' n w son 3 oin R Rm d D non I It xx ' lhm D Rixmond X Loonm D Lmuon D Sohrw 1d B Schlcml L qfllllllfll N X '1s1 L R1 x nolds nu 4 B R1 lJlIl90l"l C Wldlm r D I vsrx 9 'Mlson M lson X II ur lh1m J Mus I' 11 71r 111h B Us l 1 1 1 R-11: B. I 1 '-,.. - --, ." ,J. 1- 'V-, .'1j, .':.-,.. .h fl' 3'12:.. I ,I J ,.. 'q j, 1 2 ., '. - :r, 11 1 :ff Mr. ru. , 111- . HK" J. If ' 'Q 11, Hflllh '11 , J, 1:1 I-, 1 J dy, D. 21' , .. " ' , ' '. "nm: 214: '. ', . 1' ' ,J. ' -, . ', . '- , . 1s,J. -n-, - J '-', - .- ', H 3 - L . . 1 , .x . l All I , 'I I YI- i 1 '15, 'A ' 'I , "A 13.1 R z' : . Pyv, . .' rdykv, H. Smith, K. WI' S: , D. S1 -'l -r, D. L1 l, D R 'K 1-1 Stl , Rn 1 L: Y. Yanllisg M. Wisvman, N. Sllmnonw' l'..Wl'1-, W. Sp1-:1k1- . D. 1.1 l. V1-st. Roz' .': B. Lawso , J. S nn., , .. R . , . - , , Laln , J. x'2l'll"..', J. 1.4 on, . , '. '., . . '. , . , . . g, . . ' , '..-y, R 1 .' . Q ' . , 1. H ', . ,a-' ,',l1. , . O. , '. VV"1l. ', A. H ms, . zj., S1'hv'i ' , C. L -1 ' , . l.FIl. :ia Seated D I'errw 'vhlls D Hugbson D boteboom D Cars M Conard J Crenshaw R Webb Slandm L Bihm Mr Nllller Xdusor Miss lerrln Xdwisoi F rl Sophomore Class Officers tBoth Semestersl THE GREEN YEAR The sophs left their impression at Tilla Hi in all fields of activity. Their year began with a hilarious initiation giw en by the privileged upper-classxnen. Surviv- ing this they entertained the student body with a class assembly. Enjoying, success in these ventures they gathered together for a Sophomore Class Party. Then as an enjoyable climax for their year they sponsored a fre shman-sophomore dance to get acquainted with next year s newcomers. Between class activities the sophs produced some outstanding athletes! musicians and artists. The girls all-star basketball team included three sophomores- Bonnie White .ohnetta Burbank and Carol Leekinqton. Sustaining the class honor as badminton champs were oyce Gabriel and Suzanne Palmer. The all-star volley ball te am numbered LaVerne Bahm Libby Briscoe Bonnie Vlhite ohnetta Burbank and Phyletha Haron. Six sophomores were prominent football players-Bud and Marshall Con- ard. Diek Cary Dorence Noteboom Ted aeobs and Melvin Kimmel. The elass basketball players were Bud Conard Marshall Conard Dore nee Note boom. Harvey Nladding and Ce ne Williams. Leading class musicians were Don Adamson. trombone and piano: Cliff Fbert. saxaphone: I arry VVilson. saxaphone: and the popular girls quintet eanine Earl. Drusilla Hughson. Barbara Neiger. I aniee Crenshaw and Suzanne Palmer. ae- eompanied by l oyee Gabriel. Talented artists who proved their skill with play posters and cartoons were Ken Squier. Diek Rosin. Suzanne Palmer and LaVonna Smith. A together. the soph: had a good year. They quiekly adjufted themselvex to high school life and enjoyed their first year at Tilla Hi. ML Sophomore Class A to K ll I D C rs Nfl H th ld l mobs 'VI kllllllltl B HOdblI1Z NI Conl IL '7 R si lnmx ro ri 1 Hamlin B Blmton C ibricl l' url Burbank P Hdron D Huqhson Roz 5' Miss Pcrrln Xdxlsor D lXOIIlll"10Il1 B lslshmr L Brlscom lN Iwurbxnks C H1 ndriclison 1 unc an rznsilw ui 1 1 f uth 11 'Vlr Nllllrr Xdxlsor u 4 I' Dax D lxnudson B fan C Fbc-rt R Hamnnr D Xdamson L Bu ts M C lll7l rt D Fc rrx 'vi ohnson B1lcy F1 Sophomore Class L to Z Rau' I.' B. Nvigrr D. Wvhingvr . 'irilson V. Wridgc' S. Pwlmvr P. Mrfnllistr-r, X. IM. 5: R. Webb C. Lcrkington, B. White' . 'l'ruc' C. Shvrwood. Row 2: Miss Perrin Advisor: J. Mills K. Squier L. Robertson P. Sr-mmvns. I., Sm' li L. Zucrchcr D. Rosin . Vermilyva L. Smith B. Schonbrod O. Wilks Mr. Mill:-r Advisor Rau 3: A. Warren H. Sisscck D. Won-boom H. Madding, J. R ichrrs R. Mm-tcnlf. ll. Ni- - .1. J. Woolfolk. PREPARING FOR CHl'1MlS'l'RY CLASS SIIORTHANIJ CLASS CARPENTRY CLASS CIVKIS HISTORY CLASS HOME EC CLASS BIOLOGY CLASS WORLD HISTORY GLASS MANUAL TRAINING CLASS PREPARING FOR ? ,,,.apfm7 N gm '779!'927-Q cw 4 ry gee 6 pl 2. ZAHZ4: iw ff fle jen. 15: zpdfgiffdf Qlvz 5AfyL:f19' 3627 wear- ZEAGJJA5' Z LEQYQE-M Wife!! . 814646 Zfafay 'Y Q yvvrze 'Z'Af711df2jf,'0l0' ? 1 1 ' Qfmwafes-7 Z1 ICMQQJQ Z'Af7ff'f1ZT nfifmj lzgflwff-7 D L iii 'MR I Z 7 D IA 9 . - I YQ ' .' N" . . v A M xx! ' wi' n Q .. If W.,.,, f I l U . , Q X . A N' :"3 Z It ll iQ 1' 'F F' Y F' F' 4 F' ,fl Row I: L, Holgate, R. Smith, L. Hammer, S. Nelson, T. Heinze, R. Metcalf. Rom' 2: Swett, N. Matheny, P. Roan, D. White, V. Vanilise, S. Abrams, B. Kidd, W. Speaker, H. Neimann, tl. West, L. Schmidt, A. Zuercher, A. johnson. Rau' 3: Mr. Anderson, Advisor: B. Coeanower, S. Dentel, B. Loomis, D. Lawson, M. Wiseman, B. Lawson, P. McAllister, D. Kominoth, B. Blanton, L. Reynolds, R. Note-boom. Row 4: Burbank, V. Bernard, G. Keyes, D. Wyss, B. Widmer,' Henry, D. Ferry, B. Neiger, G. Hendrickson, N. Duncan. GOSSIP Gatherers Twelve issues of the Tilla-Hi News were printed and sold this year. Although this is no record number, it is quite good considering each issue averaged six pages. Mimeographing had to be resorted to again because of the excessive cost of printing. This made more work for all concerned. Public recognition needs to be given to Miss Abrams and her advanced typing classes for the work done on preparing copy. In many ways this is the biggest job of a stenciled paper. l Behind These Pages Little need be said concerning this year's annual: let the volume speak for itself. Possibly some folks will notice the unusual theme, "The Spirit of Modern Youth." This theme was chosen to endeavor to keep before the staff at all times. the necessity of developing a book interesting to the students, and mirroring their life as closely as possible. Pictures. articles. and cartoons were directed to this end. Row I.' R. Metcalf, P. Roan, D. White, Y. VanCise, B. Kidd, M. Williams, R. Smith, B. Nelson, Y. Cobb. Rou' 2: L. Kight, S. Abrams, L. Schmidt, D. Wyss, B. Lawson, W. Speaker, J. West, H. Neimann, Tucker, B. Blanton, L. Reynolds, Mr. Anderson, Advisor. Row ff: A. Thomas, K. Squier, R. jones, B. Fisher, G. Keyes, B. Widmer, P. McAllister, D. Kominoth, J. Neilson, J. Defoe, L. Hammer. ixfgi A N . l gl""' 4. A . 5,-ff 4 'hx Seated: H. Nrimann, B. Coranowvr, D. Hughson, J. Wcst, G. Kcyvs, M. Wiscinan, M. Huston, D. Frrry, D. Sohrwvid, Swvtt, B. Kidd. Standing: D. Whit:-, S. Bc-dortha, S. Dc-ntrl, J. Gabric-l, Cn-nshaw, M. johnson, Miss Mason, Advisor: H. Madding, C. Cobb, M. jorgvnson, S. Palmer, Burbank, A. Zucrchvr. Find Me A Book Thc librarians of Tilla Hi havv had a vc-ry satisfactory yt-ar. Bc-sidvs doing rcgular library work thcy havv sponsorvd surh projvcts as a 'livachvrs' Annual 'l'1'a, book ww-k assm-inbly. Christmas party. and a book salt' at thx' annual P. 'l'. A. Carnival. Tha- group organizvd into tht- Librarians' Club soon aftf-r school startvd with twvnty-ont' girls and two boys as nivnibc-rs. First svrncstcr officers wer? Glonna. Kc-yr-s. Prvsidvnti -lackic' Wm-st. Vim- Prvsidvntz and Drusilla Hughson. Svfrt-tziry. Svcond sm-iiicstcr officvrs wc-rm' Marcia Wiscnian. Prvsidvnt: Marjorie Huston. Vicv Prvsidvnt: and janicr' Crvnshaw. Donna Lu Furry as Sccrvtzirivs. Mwtings havo be-on hr-ld 1-vvry othvr wvvk and nivrnbm-rs havt- bc-on rcquircd to attvnd two out of thru- iiivvtiiigs vvvry six wvcks. Thr' club maintains thru' standing roiiiiiiittvvs: Publicity. Social. and Display. and 1-ach librarian is allowc-d to choose' the comniittcv on which hr- wishvs to work. Full timv librarians rccvivc' thrvr- activity points lor a six wc-m-ks pcriodl part tiinc' librarians rt'c'm'ivvd 1.5 points. Tha- basic routinc work of a librarian is shvlving, Checking shclvvs, checking books in and out. Circulation. ovvr-dum-s. and Caring for magazincs. Spf-cial projvcts carried out by tht- librarians wort' a picturc' Collvction, rvfiling and listings in thc vvrticlv filo. alphabvtizing all Cards in tht- Card Catalog, inc-nding and rc-pairing old books. and procr-ssing nvw books and co-opvrating in thc' papvr drives. Fire of Youth Thi F111 Squid u11d11 1111 111111 11111111 Ur I 111 r 1 1 111111 111111111111 111 I H S 1 1 1 llxlI1Q' 1 1 fl 1 111 1111 Squzd 41111 1111111 1111 11111111111l1111 1 Jlllf' lf NC 1111111 1 1111111 111 111 C 111111 ll 1111111 111 1r1 Cl 1 r 1131 1 111 111 fl 11111 11 1d 111 1 1111 l111d1 111 1111 Il 11 1 Rou I R INo11boon1 C BOQUISI C W1dm1r B Haw C GOIdIlllH B N1lson H Chr1st1ns1n L Swanson J S1'I'1l1g1l Row 2 M ohnson 'I Jacobs D No11boo111 J Pound J Dfo1 R Cflwfllld D Fdwards Rou ? 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Ihls J 1 ll 1' 11 1111' 1 4 z1tl11' l1u '. 11 111r1'i1'1' 111' 1111111111 11. 11'1'll. 111 1117- l 5 5 48 ' "'l"' tot' .s 111',' 21" 111' 'z ll '11, 111111' lJ1'l'I1 ' l11'1 1 put ' , 1 ' 111111. du' , ' ' 711 "1 1'lz1.'.' :md 111111 3 1111'1' 1111" p11li1'1'd 211111 llNll1'l'1'Cl 111 K 211 " 4 1 1 . ' I1 U' S11 1' ' M1 ' ' 1 '1 I.: l " :111 ' 11' 111 . 1- 1. 'l' ,vii V L .h 'H' X A' 1 I 1 J x I "- ' . A, M k 4 i l' I l'lQ 'l u 't Q. I.: .H b . : .bg Y ' I , T. 'N I. ' , 1. , . Q1 Y 2 4 l 1.1 z,.1 ,.. F , . ,jx x'. . . . . , , 4 I . , . . '. 1 : , , 3 , , , 11, ,, , , x 1 A ii I Y i i s .: . . - , . ' . J. 1 1 ' , 1 - 4 ' ' . . , . ', . 1' . I Row l.' Burbank, H. Fonger, D. White, J. Swett, J. West, J. Haugen, Henry, D. Lf-ake, D. Sohrweid, J. Crenshaw, D. Hughson, V. Wridge, P. Haron, L. Briseoe, L. Bahm. I Row 2: Gabriel, H. Neimann, S. Dentel, Boquist, B. Fisher, S. Bedortha, B, Hawkins, V. Vanllise, A. Hines, W. Speaker, P. McAllister, N. Langwell, J. Earl, A. Ellshoff, J. Neilson, Miss Thomas, Advisor. Row 3: B. Widmer, B. Schlegel, S. Defoe, B. Loomis, D. Wyss, D. Kominoth, D. Wehinger, Duncan, N. Fairbanks, G. Hendrickson, B. Neiger, L. Reynolds, A. Paltridge. Keeping That Girlish Figure The G. A. A. has proved this year to be a much stronger organization than in the past years. Intramurals in volleyball, basketball, and badminton were eon- ducted during the noon hours, and did mueh to entertain the girls and teach them the fine points of the various games. The girls felt that the intramural games were well organized this year, and enjoyed them immensely. - We Can Cook, Too! The F. H. A. is an organization with a purpose. This purpose is to build for the future. In achieveing this goal the loeal F. H. A. chapter has carried on many activities the past year. Helping with candy sales at football and basketball games. sponsoring a dance in February, and having a booth at the P. T. A. carnival were the outstanding activities. In the spring the girls enjoyed a style show given them by Saekley's Dress Shop. Row l.' D. Mills, Tucker, G. Conover, N. Matheny, M. DeN0ble, M. Huston, S. Defoe, S. Abrams, A. Johnson, Crenshaw, F. Gabriel, D. Hughson, V. Wridge, J. Neilson. Row 2: J. Haugen, H. Jonger, D. White, J.Swett, West, V. Bernard, B. Cocanower, B. Widmer, Burbank, P. Haron, L. Bailey, L. Knudson, Brandow, N. Langwell, B. Loomis, J. Earl, S. Halverson. Row 3: C. Fogg, G. Luurs, B. Fisher, S. Bedortha, D. Wyss, D. Wehinger, A. Hines, W. Speaker, P. McAllister, D. Kominoth. X vii. . X Yealed L Bxhm Mrs Williams Mrs 'Notfhoom 'virs huts Mrs Wiseman Yrandxnr I Swanson D Wxss May I Have the Next One? 1:34 - . o-fi . .7 Ai 1. V, Id bi , ' , 'lx I X ' 6, . r g 1 , 4 I W- M 4 X , , - Q9 ai f l . : . 1 ,i .. ., - ,i .. . "-1 . If: ,. . 'z , . I Thr- Dance Association functions as a planning hoard for school dances The coinmittcc is com Joscd of both studcnts and Jarcnts who hrin u J and discuss . If - . I Q g the problems involved in giving a dance. such asg fixing dates for thc danccs prt paring refreshments, contacting chaperones. and hiring an orchestra. The studtnt parent cooperation of this organization has made an enjoyable and successful scar -ii- . O A s l'.-U-ss - ssl. ' Ustslfv . ' x x ' - w v u . - . s Cs '- l'- - - - A , - . i J ' . V y I. 1.- 4': 1 j, . '. . '1 l '4 ' si-f if' .his , -I "is- , ' 'gf 1 . . , ,gs 9 I li , i A' , . , v , D , L p for Tilla Hi students Gimme A Slip Although tht office girls sum to bt me rt lv glorified messcngtrs thur job is really quitm important Thc smooth functioning of sehool life could not go on without thzir and Thex prrparc announcements htlp get out tht report cards take trlephont calls and generally iid thr hr ad secretaries can Bailu and ostphinc Kinkade tan strvts as secrctary for thc district at large and o for tht high school Sealed B Koby N Mathcny M DtNobl4 P Roan Neilson Y Wridge B Loomis D Wyss B Widmcr Smndzng Bulm J Kinlndc in YH pun-:aqui 'QW lmf! lo rrglzli I.. SCllIllldl, A. jaeohson, M. Olson, X. Bernard, Miss Perrin, .-Xdvisori C.. Ciohlm, LI. Burbank, L. Reynolds, .-X. Warren, .-X. lillsholl. Como Esta? And We D0n,t Mean Perry! Los Buenos Amigos Qmeaning "The Good Friendsnl heeame the name of the Spanish eluh. started in the fall of 1947 by a group of Tillamook Iligh Sehool students. Though they met only twiee a month. these students did draw up a good eonstitution for their eluh and at Christmas the eluh sang earols in Spanish for the student body. The second semester they started a sehool newspaper. partly in linfjlish and partly in Spanish. called "Que Pasa?" t"lVl1at's Happeninguj. Dark Room Demons The Shutterhug Cluh was organized to increase interest in photography in Tillamook lligh Sehool. Another purpose of the eluh is to add to the average student's knowledge of photographic principles. The officers are Tom Heinze. president: Dale Johnson. viee presidenti Betty Peters. secretary: and Louis Ilammar. Mr. Whitney is the sponsor. Mr. Sanders is the advisor. and Roger Pye is the student eouneil representative. The eluh meets at the sehool every other Wednesday night and during some aetivity perfods. The members use the sehool darkroom and equipment. They go on field trips and learn sueh things as developing. printing. r:-touehin'5. and tinting. Anyone who is interested in photography ean he a member. Sn1lf1l.' M. Olson, S. Halverson, N, Dunean, B. Coast, B. Peters, N. Langwell, Mr. VVhilney, Advisor: L. Knudson, .-X jaeohson, Earl, Neilson, Y. Cohh, Standing: M. lfVillianis, T. Heinve, L. Hammer, D. johnson, fl. Pound, O. llallstiom R. Metealf. 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" , - " If .P A VV R ,TL1 Z' 1 'www- Roze I fennxexe Luurs lom Hemi Qtinlex Nelson Rodnex ones Min De'Noble lxelth Olds Lxlah Mills Oren Wlll'el'9 Steven jackson Warren Loomms Mr Buhnnn Roe 2 Lerrx Wnlson fluff Fbe rt jaele l'osmerk Donild Sperher Rodger Pye Phxllxp Bush D3V1d Kmg Dorence 'Noteboom Marsh ull Lonard Ron 3' Fddle Zue rfle uh MTUYICQ Gxlbert anus Be nnvt Lauren Holgete Edgxr lm hen .xcle Vvrmllsex Don Xdunson All Together Now ln IQ48 the l'1ll lIll00lx Hugh Sehool hind dlreeted bx 'vlr Buhmen xx as qultc ae tue ln athle tle exe nts thc fldshxnq red Color .md the definlte rhxthm zdded 1 great de xl to the school splrlt Two concerts were gnen one anulrw 21 and the other 'Vin 6 Wir Buhnnn prouded mem dlllerent txpes of IIIUSIK md kept the student mte re st hlqh at all tunes In 1949 the hind hope s to IIHPTOVK the qualltx of ns IUUSIC enough to enter the St1te MUSIK Fe xtlv ll held ID the sprlng of the we If AT THE GAME 4 '1 1 1 1' -.- Say It With Music CDl'C'lll'5l1'Ll this yt-ur was olhfrt-tl although it was know11 that ft-w would vnroll 'Ihr' hopt- wzis that intt'rt'st in tht' orgzxnizxnion would ht- 2ll'0llNl'd. illld in tht- toniinq yt-z1rs ll full flvdgvtl ort'ht'strz1 would ht' Il part ol' tht' 'lf ll. S. l'llITlt'IlllllIl. 'lihough ltw in Ill1Illll1'l'.llll'IIlUl'L1ll'Ulilll1'Ql'UlllJ wzis high. and good lllllili' was prox'itl1'd o11 tht' two ot't'11sions i11 whith thvy llIJIH'2lI'l'Cl in pnhlit: tht- llllil-XYlIlll'l' lllld tht- spring t'ont't'rts. 'liht' 11udit'11t't' 1't1t'1'ivt'd tht' IlllIIll3t'I'N lJlL1yl'Cl ln' tht- OFl'llt'NlI'i1 vtxrx' wvll. Mr. Blllllllllll oli- lt-rt-d ll X'2lI'll'fl lJI'UQI'1lIIl ol Illllklt' for his class. 11nd tht- prL1t'tit't- will provt- ht-111-fitiul Ihtx ' I YV' l Bllllllllll M C 1 roll 1111 1 l lllll l 111 Where Pure Harmony Prevalls Ihis vtar tht high school thorus undtr tht dircttion of Mr Buhman intt rtxgulirlv 111 Rootn 2 whtrt thu worlttd up stwtrtl hnt proqr'1n1s The chorus w 18 wry fortunxtt to hut sixtx fin xoitts tl1lS xmr boxs 1nd girls woitts at thit I11 prtvious Nt 1rs tht tl1or11s h1d hun onlx girls so this xtar NN IS nottworthw Quint fint 111 1lt xoitts wtrt dist on rtd 1nd tht hopt is th It 111 tht wt Ftrs to tomt Tillrt H1 wlll h 111 1 lull IIl'llt thorns Iht thorus put on 1 Christnms proqi 1111 ind plfllll to Js hx t1t 1ttt n Inq 111 It ntt XII 011tst111 11141 txtnt 0 t t xt ll lor tht t 1or11 s ht 1 s ts t TT 1 t11t 1 trs this Nl 11 1 10 1o11Q1 t1tx son no 11111 1 71 ll 1 1 11111 1 1 tx tru ntt 1 ttt Il o t1t t 1or11s 1111 Inht rs J1rt1t1 1111 111 1 11111 thot ll n11dt ll J ot s111qt1s lioin s s ht lorqottt n --f lor tonnng, .1rs. Mr. 1 , . lar , R, josi, IJ. Ulivi:-r, 'l.l'lll', S 'tl, 'il 1 S. 'al 11-r. . . Q- . 'l ' ' 1 - "' . 1 , E 1' . , xx Q 1 . 6 1 1 xx- - , I ' Y . ,Q '- K ..1, if A K- patvd i11 tht- two inusit' t'ont't1rts ollcrvd this yt'2ll', Both pt'rforn1z111t't's wvrt' t'11llt'd "1." fl-1 .'1d'h"- fh'A":'i "l s f wa. 1 - Jllllllllll hitgh st'hool n111.'it1 f'qtiv11l l1 'ld z1t Orvgtn City. 'l'illz-Hi s' tilts' sing- 5 f I' -1 'vl .z1ltl ll l 1' 1 1't1 nn 'l in 'Illl'l' 1' int- ll and '-.Fl-' fl"l .' ' 'xlz "'I2'd.2f1.l ' 's 1-1 4 " :ill sthool. prt-,t'11t.. Thr l't'lJOI'l was this t'xpt'rit-11t't- was ont' lll'X't'l' to A I l Sealed lefl to right: B. Kidd, C. Keyes, R. Smith, M. Williams, D. Edwards, Schlegel, jo Ann Swett, A. Zuerchcr. Standing left Io right: C. Boquist, R. Noteboom, C. Fogg, J. West, L. Hammer, Miss Mason, D. Sohrweid, S. Abrams, B. Nelson, D. Rarey. PHILOKALON S C. S. L. S.----the magic letters which open the door of membership to the Philokalon Chapter of the National Honor Society. Character. scholarship, leader- ship and service. these are the qualities by which candidates are judged for member- ship into the Philokalons. The past year. two groups were initiated into the chapter. one group in November. the other in February. Under the combined efforts of all members, several projects were carried on. In November the chapter sponsored a Talent Show to raise funds for the annual Homecoming in which the Philokalons again took an active part. serving on many committees and helping in any possible way. The society also purchased 100 addi- tional letters for the honor roll. Different members posted the honor roll every six weeks. An article concerning Tillamook Chapter appeared in the March issue of Student Life magazine. which the Philokalons purchase for the school library every year. The faculty council also inaugurated a new method of selecting members this year. The candidates are rated on the three qualities: character. leadership. and service by the entire faculty and Philokalon members. The faculty council makes the final selection. The job is very diflicult to judge candidates. but has proved quite satisfactory. The two groups of oflicers for the year were as follows: lst Semester- President, Melvin Williams: Vice-President, Richard Smith: Secretary. Glenna Keyes. 2nd Semester-President. Duane Edwards: Vice-President. jerry Schlegel: Secretary, jo Ann Swett. The faculty council serving the past two years were: Mr. Adamson, Miss Abrams. Miss Mason. Mr. Mueller, Mr. Whitney. .,. f- ' 4 . i. 1 V '- I ' ' - , ' 1 f . ' ' J .1 V ' i ' . f ' 1 . i, 1 , Nz, i v . i 4 v 11 1Wil1ill'lllilllliiVl'll'lifibm' is wsifrmi f if I Y I E 1"! I E 5 '1 F ir Y' '73 I 'nv Y nf 11- 1 1 Q ag XX JR.-SR. BANQUET GRAND MARCH PROM QUEEN BETTY AND COURT -KH! FOOD IIOMELIC JM ING CAUGHT AROUND SCHOOL KILCHIS DANCE lNI'I'IA'l'lON MORE INITIATION SCHOOL DANCE ff WW 'fm I X' 1 X f W l J A ' Y-Q CQ l W I I M 9 Qsfgiig K M3 M f X --11 max 1 1 1 '- f f r r ? . Y ok111r1 b1rl1 oxr1 tl1r rs o11r r mnot It rcl tl1 1t thr s 1r Illlkvtfl 111u 'Ihr sr lr r t1on of plass bw studr nt ro1111111ttrr s h IN rr sultrd 1n a wrll roundrd proqr 1111 Ihr btudr Ill Body produr tlon A Lonnrrtlr utt X 111lrrr 111 Kmq Arthur s Lourt 1 romrdw d1 11111 qnr OPPOTIUUIIN lor drvrlopmq so111r thmg dllfrrrnt 1n a fantasy 'Ihr unlor Play Barqam Brxdr by ay Ioblas was a farcr Comedy vshxch brought out ID rxr r llr nt rroud rn alhng thr surrfss of Ghost Wantrd thr umor Play of I9-I7 Whrthrr thr Srn1or play IS 1 111onr tarv sucrrss or not thr Scnxor Class chosr wmnrr 1n srlrrtmg thr1r plaw Ihr 1r cholrr of Ihr Fool bv Channmg Pollock was prvcvdcnt brrakmgf 1n a number of TFSPKCIS Rc-vlewmg the plavs gxvrn 1n vf-ars past xt IS thr: most srnous play over attrmptrd bw T H S Its largr Cast was rvrn morr rh 1llr nqmg than Stagr Door producrd bw thr Srmors 1n 1947 Its TLQUIFPIHCDI of 4 sr ts propcrtus chorus and hqhtmg make It thr most elaborate' plav attrmptcd for scwral xrars 'Ihr' Sprf-rh class play Thr Blur Bag was rxcvllrnt m a number of rr-spcrts Ihr artmq was good srxrral rharactrrs xsrrr drfimtvlw supcrxor m m thr r 1st ind thr IIHIIQIITQ tvndrnrx to spr ak too rapldlx B1 rompanson YNIIII last yr 1rs spr rrh rl1ss fmsro thr pl IN NN is br1ll1ant Compl1111r nts to Mr G1lla111 an an ablr r1st lXo plr turr of dr11n'1t1rs would br CUIIIPIK tr mthout IHCDIIOIIIIIU' r rxrr llr Ill roopr r1t1o11 from thr Nlakr up staff so Capablx dlrr rtrd bx MISS Mason 'Ill of thr bark staffr rrrxss hr adrd bx NIr 'Iurbxne A look bark at thr sr ttlnq of Ihr Pool mll makr thr IIIIIJOTI 1ncr of th1s work ohvlous I11 I3ldCIlIlQ' qoodbsr to thr SLHIOI Class one hoprs th at thu wxll ront111ur to p'1rt1r1patr ID CIVIIIIHIICQ m collrqr or thr commumtx 1nd pr rhaps rstahh h .1 r'o111111r1n1tx thritrr 1n thrs 'rrra Onr NNIIIILNSFN so much litr nt talr11t ln rllssrs grfrduatr rl III xr 1rs plst Illlf Could br put to usr 1n lllllt thr 1tr1 produr t1ons I H S studvnts max look iorxsard to '1 brttrr st IQI lxghtmq tqulplllt nt and br ttrr ICUIINIIIN III 1 11r xx school plant But u11t1l thr nr xx bulldmq IS rr adx for orcupanrx thrx 11111 do murh to IIIIPFONL thrxr dr11111t1rs proqrnn Pr rl1 1ps thr orq.1n171t1on of 1 dr 11111t1cs club would rncouragr morr xsorth xshllr dr1111'1t1rs Cvrtamly tl1r p'1rt1r1p1t1o11 1n State onr 'wt plax contr sts should br 1 futurr Qoil Irt's l0l'ltlI'lllt our IIIIIIIJNIISIIC support nr xt xr'1r Don XNl11t11r1 l l Lo " A 1 " ' yr'11r ol drz1111ati'. in 'lf II. 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A Connectlcut Yankee 111 Kmg Arthur s Court Thu year the Student Bodv play mai a cornedv drama on thc fanciful sldc Vlark Txnms A Connectlcut Xankee ln Kmg Arthurs Court The play wa com1ncxn,ly Staged and elaborate costumes added greatly to the Succt S of the productlon Throughout the cntlrt play the audlence wae QIVCH many lau hs and 1 plot to ovcrthrow Ixmg Arthur S Court held thexr mtercst untll the vt rv and Mel Wxlllams ably played the Connectlcut Yankee who mvadts hlnq Arthurs 1Don Adamsonl and ueen Gumeveres fVtrnona Van Cm court fht Rm s snter Marcla Wlsemanl comes for a Vl9lt which resulti m a plot wlth Merlm fLauren Holgatel to overthrow the Ixmgdom However all s well at the end thanka to Hank the Conneetlcut Yankee Whntc S1r Sagramor Bob Nel on Slr Lancelot Dorence Noteboom Clarence jack Defoe Elame Barbara Kldd Sandy Barbara Nexger The student body can mdeed be proud of thus years Student Bodv Play To a fine cast under the excellent dlrectlon of Mr Whltney go the congratulations of the Student Body Staoe Crew at Work gg o 0 I 9 99 ,' h S 1, 44 ' A f ' -K ' ' xv sa X V . , A 4 . K . - I S w 1. . g v 5 K 7 x .4 B' K lv 5 'ixSA 5 v 'D , 1 ' . K ' L x Q . Gs . 7 ',, . i., lp. g .' .' . f y. . . ' ,. , E I . , . The supporting cast was: Marion, Nancy Duncan: Mrs. Bennet, Doris rg ' , us 3 , l g , -, ' S , 3 w - v . . , V , . . , K , ' . ,ry ' ' x ' ' u ' Qi x s. 0-I v ' . BARGAIN BRIDE On March fifth the r class presented Barqam Brlde a hnlarrous come dx as thur annual play It was drrected by Don Whitney lmmv Smlth fDay1d Kmgj a wmner of a 'B1000 radlo contest ln wl'1ch he must be a housewlfe to eollect and Dexter Dorner CHarley Christensen on the lookout for an mherrtanee found themselves rn a sltuatron that called for them both to have wrves lmmedlately 'Ihe v declded to ask therr glrls Wendy Hlll Qjean Tuck erl 'md he r cousm Cxssre Tre nt Q aekle Westj to marry them despxte former protests from Crssle s father Tucker Trent fGeorge Wrdmerj Trent objected because of an old quarrel he had had wlth De vcte r s Aunt Oma Cllorothy SOhI'WCldJ whom he once loved When Wendy and Cxssre turned the boys down xmmv rented a lady s costume 'md played he was Mrs Smxth whrle Dexter declded to find hxmself a Bargain Brlde Confrontmq the fllrtatxous wldow landlady Mrs Florabelle Flzbv fHelen Fongerj he proposed and she very wlllmgly accepted Later decldlng Florabelle was too old Dex a ked Mmme Peterson Barbara Hawkms the young Scandmavlan maxd to be h1s brrde Thrnkmgf that hrs Aunt Oma wouldn t approve of such a brlde he asked Ilmmv Dalsy to play hlS wxfe when h1s aunt arrlved Hosanna Buqg KDOFIS Whltlb the negro cook eavesdropped and learned some of the boys plans but was bribed to keep stlll On MISS Tompkm s Loxs Schmldt arrival nt was dns cove red that a new tenant of two hours whose name was Mrs ames Smrth fArlene Fl hoflj w as the real wmner of the S3000 contest that lmmy thought he had won In de-spe ratlon xmmy trxed to convmce Mrs Tompkms that he was the true wmner but she prove d he w as not The long lastmq feud of Oma and Trent came to a clumax when they met 1n Dex s apartment When Oma saw Trent again she realm d that she was stlll IH love wlth htm At lmmles suggestion she modermzed herself and succeeded rn wmnmq back Trents love The famnly belng appeased jlmmv and Dex easxly wm Papa s approval to thexr marrymg Wendy and Cnssne - 1 1 'Q-ff. MVN' THE FOOL This serious drama pre sented May 13 and 14 cxcitcd a good deal of comment The play was rather an unusual choice for a high school group for it presented a definitelv religious philo ophv The seniors of 48 arm to be congratulated for their choice and for the ir superior pre entation The play revolved about the character, and actions resulting from character, of one Daniel Cilchrist a minister His radical views on Christianity, particularly on charity, caused hs eviction from his church, and also caused him to lose the girl he loved Gilchrist carried on his humane activities in the field of labor unions, fighting for more liberty and better working conditions for employees, he also strove to improve conditions in the slum area by erecting there a sort of haven for the underprivileged Gilchrist's Iesus like philosophy finally brought him the recognition and happiness he deserved Outstand ing action wasypresented in the mob scene of the play. Here twenty mobsters in- vaded Gilchrist's slum home and sought to revenge themselves upon him. They had misconstrued his intentions entirely. A miracle occured that saved him from harm. Lead parts were taken by Melvin Williams fDaniel Gilchristl. Dorothy Zuercher CClara jewett. Daniel's sweetheartl, ,Ierry Dentel fjerrv Goodkind. con- trast for Daniell , Bob Nelson fRev. Wadhaml , Charles Goldman QGeorgc Goodkind, rich man who finally sees the riehtj , Bill Cross fUmanski. a Polack who fights for Daniell, Lavonne Knudson fMary Margaret, upon whom the miracle fallsl, Harold Tate QCharlie Benfield. an aristocrat who first resents Daniell and Nan Matheny fPearl Hennig, a girl of the streetsl. Although the story deals chiefly with the above the following took rather important minor parts: Ellen Litchenthaler, Dorothy Wyss, Olaf Hallstrom. jim McDonough. Betty Koby. Leonard Swanson, Keith Leamon, Amy Wallberg, ,lack Defoe, Bob Olsen, Alvin Hollett, Marv Denoble. john Slauson, Glenna Keys, Leona Bailey, and Marjorie Norberg. Members of the mob scene were: Bill Wolgamott, Gerald Pound, Betty Widrner. Nadine Langwell, Evelyn Fellows, Warren Loomis, Paul Goebel, De Wavne Kneeland, Duane Edwards, and Ray Crawford. Four complete sets were used for the play, and Band and Chorus added appropriate music. -rms- All The Worlds A Stage On tht xftcrnoon of lwbruarx 14 tht Srmor l,l'illl1tlCS club prmscntcd th comtdy Iht Bluv Bag l'h1s hllarlous comm dv staqmd m tht Mac ltlxn Hotml un tcrcd around Anton McDonald mort' commonly known as Rollu hott boom and hxs thaullcur C morgt Rcnalds known as Louxs Hammcr Anton was to mut somc partltular woman and qam htr favor to such 'm cxtc nt that hm tould tak: hcr blue hand bag Havmg dom thus ht would wxn a handsomm waqmr Lfrtam problems btcamc man fold and thc mttrcstmq plot madm possxblm when scvtral womcn howcd up bcarmg blut bags Marntal problm ms so cnl upsct and crlmc all wcrt part of thc play Lomphcatxons The comcdw was suppllvd bx Dorothv Wsss and crrs Qchlcqcl who plascd tht parts of Mr and Mrs Macklxn Clcnna lxuts played vtrx wall thc part of thc' dumb maid Chattanooga Elvxra LIVCITTIOOI' Bob N41 on and Batty wldlHLf portraud a young couplr- on their honcsmoon who wtrt havmq a hard UIIIQ flndxnq tht dcslred sccluslon Th: play dlrectcd by Mr Gxllam was urs succtssful and pronounccd tops by the student bodw NI.-KK? 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'VIsF9.- 4' V ' 1 o , 2' As ft X , ' .0 I x X. 4 1947 A SQUAD FOOTBALL Tlllamook Hxgh school started the 1947 football season wxth ten returmng lettermcn Thev were Harold Tate Chuck Goldman Bob Nelson B111 Olson ack Brownlee Harley Chrxstensen Rolly Noteboom Leonard Swanson Gerry Pound and Bob Hays These ten lettcrmen plus 16 others played a total of eleven games wm nmg one tymg three and losmg seven Although the records arc somewhat on the darker slde the experxence gamed and sportsmanshlp shown by thc boys wxll prove Tw: nty four boys recelved Varsity letters One three vear letterman Rollv lNoteboom was chosen as TYV League all star Two others recexvlng honorable mentlon were Harley Chrlstensen three ye ar lctterman and Bxll Walgamot one ye ar letterman The seasons schedule and score was as follows THS Vernonxa MCMIHHVIITC Parkrose Newberg Beaverton West Lmn Forest Grove Taft Hxllsboro Academy Tlgard ' B FOOTBALL It ts difficult to wrxte any summarv of a B squad season as such because the A squad serlously depleted the ranks of 1ts younger brothers before the end of the season There ns no doubt that thxs ts the reason for the slump after mud season Tlllamook B started strong shellackmg Nehalem 20-0 and followed by defeatlng Wheeler 6-0 These were the only wms Nestucea pounced on a serxously demoral xzed T H S B squad to the score of 38 0 Hopes ran hugh durmg the Academy game played ln ankle deep water at tlmes but the boys were unable to tumble their opponents and lost 7--O Lxttle can be sand of mdxvndual performance as the strong players were used m the A games however Wllllams center Browlee tackle Pound back Judy back and Kxmmel back deserve mentlon l . ,. , .J ' s .' 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'Why Ilfldlll llo 1 I B Wld D W s X Ohllifll NI WNISKIIIII h1x1s B Hixx lns Icnrx Wcst 0 , luc 1 10111111 D L1xxso11 B I lxxs Il RED 81 WHITE FIGHT' FIGHT' II11 Cl11111ts 1r1 OYUZIDIZCCI to boost th1 111or 111 of th1 PIJXI rs and 1ud11 1101 1nd lc 1d thc root1rs 111 X Llls Acrordmgf to th11r1onst1tut1o11 11Qht 1111 111111 rs 111 IX b1 s1 l11t1d from l1o'h thc' junlor 'md s1n1or1l1ss1s IIIIN x1 11 OIIIX txx1 lx1 CJ11111 ts xx1 fl lllllld iour s1n1ors ind ught JUTIIOFS Thzx 11111 I'LQUl'U'lX xxlth tl11 first s11111stCr 1nd s111 nd N1 1111st1 r chmr l1ad1rs to xxork up orlqlnal x1lls md drllls S1x1ral 1 llx 111 Xl r drllls xx1r1 pt TIOTTYIKCI B1for1 11611 IIOIIN g 11111 1Hort xx IN 111 ldl hx th1 frroup to IIXI 1 p1p 1ss1 I1 blx I'h1 s1Co11d s11111st1r moup pr1s1 ntcd NIXI r1l sklts On of t 1 f1rst 1111111 KXLIIIS of thc group for tl11 second NL 1111 st1 r xx is tl11 l11sk1 tb1ll tourn 111111111 ll I NI1n11x1ll1 s1 111111 1r111 xx IN Qlxlll to t11 11st org111111 TOOIIIIW NI 111111 11111 11 11111 s xxon no JTIYQ x 1111 1 1 goo NIUXXIIYY 111 I11 a s 1 t 1 na1x1ntot1'x1'1ror 11 ITNXNINIII 11111111xl1V 1 Ro lx 1xx IX 4 W1 my 4 ann' 1,2-Q "z1'E!f ,S-. - V1 x . .5 , 'Q , ,,. ..-n JN Nu., . +A wf .f .-W - 'S' L, x ,K x"" .T 1 xxx: rf ' ' t ,X 'i.,,f3,9' . Fu-Nl il'I!l4'NU'l' Clhm-v1 I.:-advrs: Barbara . Ii.. .- ' 9321? .lfvw ' Y kW 'f 'gi ' '4i.'.... ! 5 s 5- g . 1 Kidd. .lark l,1'1'1W'. Anita -Iavohsoll. Sc-cond Sl'IIlf'Sl1'I' Ulu-1-r Lvadvrs: Marjcmric' Irluston, Lvcmard Swanson. Barbara Coctanowvr. Sl'K'UIId N4'llll'Nl!'l cihl'l'l' 1,1-advrs Qiving Wally' at lllm' B1'gxx'z-11011 gamma Majorzrttvs Marjorie- Norhrrg and Gvnv- vicvrr Luurs. Gvnvvivvv was vvry faithful in he-r appcarancvs at thc haskvtball gamers. C,l1111'1-111'1- 1501111181 11 111-11 11-vt-1 111-.1111-d 11111.--1' '1'ot111 13011112 119. B11 81111111 111111-at 111.111 Ull 1111- 11-11111. 1-11111 1111l,1-f1vl'f1 lJ11lX't'I' o11 1111- X1'fl1'. '1'ot111 IJO1ll1N. 16. B1111' 131111111111 .1 jllll1U1'. N1Il.1111l'N1 111111 o11:- oi 11ll'11IN11'N11110111111 111l'N1l11llC1. 'l'ot'11 point '1 1 N. ... Roland NU1V1700lIl c1liIJ1l11Il of 1111---11-11111. 111111 1111 1-xu-111-111 1111111 1'I1'f1li' 111-11- 11o111'd. A 1ot111 IJUIIIIN. 1221. , c11lll1'1'i f11l1C1II11Hl 11 N1l'2lC11'. 11.111 111.111-1. 11 good d1-1'1-11x1x'1- 1111111. '1'ot111 po111tx. 112. 11z11'o1d '1'11t1-- -5111111-11 111t1- 111 I1l1' N1'LlNH11 11111 12151 1111d good 011 111-11-11N1-, 1111111 po111tN. 1. H111'11-y C111'1nt1-mt-11 ll jLlI111H' 111111 1111- 11-11111 work 11o1'm-. :md 111g11 Nt'UI'l'I'. 'l'1-.1111N 111011 v111u111111- 1111111. Total points. 2116. Bill W'o1g11111ott ffr' ll 1w2lNI lJ1lly1'I' lllld 11 1115111 wort-r. 'I'ot111 pointx. 187. f11'I'il1C1 Pound ff2l1NYll1'N 1111111-d 11111'd w111-11 111 1111- gmm-. '1'ot111 pointx. 11. 1Jt111111- 191dw:11'ds 11 good 1'11Nt 1111151-1' 111411 fit 11110 11111' s1tu11t1o11. '1'ot111 pointx. 321. 171111 R1111-1' 11 5112001 111111 111111d11-1'. LIIIC1 L1 511-ady 111111-r: 1115 111-1g11t11 wgu Ll 11151 119111. '1'ot111 pointx. 32. ' A Squad Basketball Summary The 1948 season was rather poor as far as the wlns and losses went The team started ve ry well playmg some strong te ams to elose deerssons At the beqmnmg of the regular playmg season however the Lheesemaleers slumped and ded not re qam their pre season form untll mxd season Tlns wmnmg streak was short 'wed however and the slump contmue d after a half dem n or so good showmgs The team qamed good expenence and had a eontmuous good txme whxch after all 19 the prlmarw purpose of the game THS Farmers Sply AAU 39 THS Bay Cxty AAU Forest Grove Seasxde Taft fove-rtxme Bay Cnty Ve-rnoma Garxbaldn Ve mom 1 Astona Seasxde Hllsboro Taft Beaverton Newberg MCMlnnv AAU alle- lotals Astona Tngard HllSb0fO Eagles AAU Newberg McMinnville Forest Grove West Lmn West Lmn Txgard Beaverton Totals 1019 Managers for the wear were Dale ohnson and George Wxdmer These bows dld thelr job well and on txme Home games were all plaxed m the Armory agaln thls vear and the facllxtles were stxll bad Apparentlx the publlc felt dl eour aged about the plaee vshere thex watched the Qlmes because the basketball se 'xson turned out m the red financially Thls was THSs last ye ar 1n the TXV league Newt vear Txllamoole will play as an mdepe nde nt te am There IS a posslhxlxtx that a eoast wxde league wall be formed ln the future and rlllldlT100k would n xturills be 1 part of It I 6 93 e 4 ' ' e 'J ' 29 , 31 37 " 53 1' 54 " 37 ' 27 " 26 ' 27 ' 31 ' 38 38 ' 30 " 42 ' 36 16 ' ' 20 " 27 ' 44 24 ' ' 25 " 48 35 21 '- ': 22 " 36 17 ' 38 " 41 ' ' 42 35 '- 37 " 47 , '1' 19 ' 34 " 36 ' 56 33 28 " 34 ' 51 38 26 " 48 ' 55 35 .' , 56 " 47 34 32 ' ' 47 " 921 , x sa- x as - V -. , . 1, C .C ' . e 4, , , . ' ' Roll' I: C. I.r'zu'h, B. Conard, D. Notvhooni, M. Conard. Row 2: J. Mills, H. Madding, 'lf Jacobs, Coach Gillzuii, Y. Wridgv, G. Williams. THS "Bn Squad Summary Mr. Gillam's "B" Squad chalkvd up a rathcr imprvssivc l948 season. Sz-vcn Sophomorvs and two Junior participated as HB" Squad rc-gulars in winning 19 out ol' 22 ffziiucs playvd. The vxcrrllcnt cxpvrivncv gainvd will prove- valuable for thc' '49 sf-11: on. llanagcr for thc' scason was Cvorgfr' lVidmc-r. Maddin, , D. Notrfboom. and C. lwzirh pilvd up rathvr imprcssivv hall all svaron. Individual scorvs wc-rc . 2 individual scorvs and played consistently as follows: good H. Bladdmg ,..............,..............,..,., l59 Coopcr ..,...... .,.......,.....,..,....,,,,,. 2 3 IJ. Nota-boom .............................,...... 129 T. Jacobs ...... 19 C. Leach ..,..... ..,.. 1 is j. Mills .,,,... 5 M. Conard ............ .... ..... 9 6 G. lNilliams ..... 2 B. Conard ........................................ 93 Scores for thc scason wc-rc as follows: THS "B" 39 Taft 25 " Hillsboro 28 " 54 Taft 23 K Beaverton 20 " 37 Vcrnonia l7 McMinnville 30 39 Vcrnonia l l McMinnville 50 33 W'hf'vlvr 30 Tigard 40 26 VVhcc'lcr 24 Tigard 50 32 Astoria 28 Forest Grovn- 36 30 Astoria 20 Forvst Grove 26 13 Aradmuy 27 Nvwbvrg 36 38 THS "C" 35 Ncwbcrg 15.5 U 41 Hillsboro 32 J l TW. ff-A 1 R 1 I Xrthlxn Birtcltt Fsthrr Xndcrson Dorothx I erfhcx B tty W dmtr Bztty I lmu 2 Brtts M1th1nx L1l1h Mllls Mus lho1111Q IN.1d1ne I tngwfll Dorothx Wus Intramural Glrls Volleyball l'xxoKopho111ort tt 1111x two jun1o1 tt'1111N md ont st n1or tc 1111 took part n wollcxblll gums o N N Nt st 1 tu It ll1lII1IJlOI'tS whllt tht jumor Rockcttns took suond plum llld tu sophoulort H1 xc llc 11st 1 IC ot of fun Xbout hitx Q1rlN lllfllt 1p1t1cl durmf Nt 1s Ie I to rz hr C 'trol Lcclunton otn N11 lscn oyrt C'1br11l XIHKK C rr nehxw Dxusxlli Iluzhson Pxt 'VicXll1stcr Rlll Webb Bonnu Whltl Phwltthl Ilxron Glrls Basketball Champs T c Sophomort H1 H1ttzrs won top honors IH tht qlrl s 1ntr1 mural bt kmt ball thu wr ir lNo g1r111s wc rc lost bv th1s h 1rd pl nmq ntophytc tmm that IS w1th thc wcfcpnon of tho gun: lost to thc Acadtmx g1rl s tr un 18 I 3 Four tt mms u 1rt1c1 patcd IU thxs wc trs round rob1n two un1or tt uns Rock: ttu and Sorcrrrttu 'md two Sophomort ttatns H1 Hxttvrs and Nflamstllts The umor Soccrrtttcs wcrt thc runners up F .- 2' n 1 ' E , Y' N I, . . , ' 1 Y 'L X l 1 F 4 I V31 A A A K 'I Y X f I 011 .' : 1' . 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Rm' If '1 1,l ' B'll 5, N1 'l " N'-ll, lzxry Cz 1l1111, j l B l 'll, I 'A .1 lm , .- 1 l'1 l', R1 ' 1 , L1- 111- 1 ' , ml - 1 1 ll1'l'7 Rfl - 1 , ja '1- W' -l l, 31111-1 'z . lflfll' 2: Mix: M1'lIl11,', Ad 'Z lin l 1'1'1l, Billl' 11111--, jh 11 df, .111 Klj, 1111111 ll- .'.' ", ju- ol - , , D1 all Glad. 1 'l'l'1 1 I .1 'ge'- 1l11- .111d ' A 1 . 1" ' 3 -l 1111 1-' 111 l111'l :mc ' '. 1 -s ' 11111 I111 1s. 1 '1-rs. l1'i li l 1 1'11'. 'I'l1- Il l- lf' 5 ' 1-1 1111: 111 1 11l111- 1-11-11111 all l' 1 g vt. . Zh' ' 2 12" 'z '. s '1' ', 1 2',1. 11 . ,111 P. .kits B' . , .Q V .. .y B: 4' . I ., ' . 1 A . 1 '. . 1',J'- ',,-,511-13 , ' A11 , . ' ', ' ' A. 2 I Q ' 'l'l1'.' 11-111 tl11' J ' 'A .' 'h xl 1 J"1.'11-15 1. 0 -'L'b- 3 1,'f -MA Bl- cl' 1 ' '15 , 1 . . ills", Row I: Linda Lundy, Sandra Deck, Clara Lee Finch, Clara Lee Anderson, Joyce 'l'hun, Marlys Phelps, Ina Chamhers, Lucile Redmer, Fred Ripley, Richard Shroll, Robert Ri7g':1.i Edgar Gilhert, Mr. Allen, Advisor. Row 2: Wilma Byers, Louise Nolan, Donna Oliver, lvlary Lou Oldenkamp, Nina lhornlmrue, Rosemarie Easterly, Kay Tippin, Barbara Cook, Grace lidner, Terry Lupher, Mrs. Arnold, Advisor: Richard Lundy, Almon Goldman. THE PAINT DABBERS 'lihese students studied elementary sketching and oil painting. fylr. Allen taught elementary sketching and Birs. Arnold elementary oil painting. Of the ahove students. very few had had any previous experience in art. By the year's end eaeh student had made at least four still life paintings. Linda Lundy won a Certificate of Nlerit on her oil paining. in a state contest sponsored hy Nleier and Frank Company of Portland. - GIRL'S LEAGUE The Girl's League had a very husy and successful year. The activities consisted of a Nlothers' Tea which was held in the auditorium. a paper drive. candy sales at home games. a hook selling campaign carried on for an entire week. and the much talked about haskethall hoy's hanquet. All the activities which were started were carried on to a successful completion: as a result all the girls had a great deal of fun. A rather unusual type of project was carried on by the G. I.. this year: each month a girl was selected whose character or qualities best Htted one of the following adjectives: happy. friendly. cooperative. clever, and so on. This particular girl was given a hadge to signify her outstanding quality. As the girls did not know which quality was to be chosen each month they tried to be "tops" at all times. At the end of the year an all-around girl will be chosen. At the time of the printing of this publication this had not been done. Second Semesler Officers SIHYIIIITYZ-QI Donna Pallin, Berdene Oldenkamp, Miss Chapman, Advisor: Miss Wells, Ass't. Advisor: Joyce Karn, Donna jo Mannila. Fin! Srrmxsfer Officers Seated: Vivian Smith, Ina Mae Zuereher, Joyce Dentel, Iris Kimmel. ws 5 ws., in si 1 Hou I Wridqc D C orm llllS D l'ord lx Rim: C uh 1 r NleKt nnt S llolsoi un rot dc r tm mt rs ' s XII 1 1so11 ltou 2 ossx Ruth D P illm S l' urlonq lxilinowslu 5 Dt 1 lc M I Olde nlnmp in r Y cha n F ollct I 1 Doo Q w Ro Jinson Us Mr Buhman, Director Rau i P Mei onnell M Smith F H uqhson S Swett J D xx I W dm R Bc nm tt I Sm th Sn11tl1 N Witt he r L oon D M innila I lximrml X Oldt nlt imp D Slllltl How Their Voices Ring! 1 1 arty unior II1ffh Girls Chorus 111 idt txxo 11pm 1 1u t o mu it conurts td DX t 1 unioi n 111 or 101 1oo UI s mat deulx 'ind Il 'IdCllll0l'l to tht mstructon thu rccciu d from 'Xlr Buhm Ill had 1 lot of fun smqmq toqcthtr Ctrtunlx tht pritticr will stand thc group in ood stmd 1n the futurc .ealed: C. C'1rn'1h'1n K. Fe lows Nl. N lson Ii. Zurfluek D. R sh R. Shroll l'. B'1rt e B. Dentel C. Kidd H. Wyss V. M1son. Row I: B. Leamon A. Coldman F. Hoffman R. Defoe . Schuster D. Bales R. Kaser B. Neely I. Bishop D. Gunger H. Sissick R. Larson D. Norris Mr. Buhman Director. Row 2: R. Rigger! . Robertson, B. Wynia I.. Landis, j. Cornelius, R. Hart, M. Luurs E. Cook, E. Gilbert, . Zogg, B. Proctor, G. Newcon1b, B. Schimming, N. Ferry, K. Olds. There Needs To Be A First This was the first year the idea of boy,s chorus was tried out in Liberty. The class met an enthusiastic welcome as one can see by the number in the above picture. It seems to bc an activity the boys take to and much hope is placed on the group for the coming year. As they were not organzed until second semester little in the way of public performance could be offered. unlor Hlgh Brass and Percusslon Fl Thr Irbcrtx umor High School had lts own school band thrs war Thr colorful capcs added much color to sthool functrons At tht basketball games thc band hmlpcd t xdd Splflt to tha tc rm ind tht roo s 1 1 4 Thr bind al 0 applaud ID two public ptrfornnncts tht Nluslt Conctrt ln u nr and NI is Commt nd iblc w is 1 qtntral 1IIlIUClt toward tht group u I r u m rn 1 R H rrt L Holsc x J Rohr rtson R Olson I rot tor F C llbf rt R Prortor u 2 lx 1 ows ur W s C oo B L oo H Rm is R Shxoll B Dcnttl D Rush Annabelle Steps In Annabtlle Steps In IS a two act comtdy by Ann Coultcr Martens ons of .1 st rres of pl ws wrltten expressly for teen agers The play was qlvtn Aprrl 9 m tht ncw audltorlum of Wllson School Thx east was as follows Ixax Marshall plavtd by anft Day Don Marshall plaxed bv Robert Hart Polly ClarLC1rroll Hcusstr Spudv Clark Mllton Nelson Bronco Recd Charles Krdd Tom Sutton Don Norrls Emma Sutton juamta Moon Annabelle Mason Rostmartt Br nn: tt Ftlxee Graec Ednor and tht mcsstnqcr box Earl Reed Kas and Don arc left at home whrll thur parrnts art rn tht utv for tht wttktnd In a letter to some of thenr fnends rn the cm Kay and Don happtn to mentlon there 19 a movie company worklng nearby Soon they have a housz ful of movie struck teen agers Annabelle IS mrstaken for the new mard and thc fun rtally begms Everyone learns a lesson Eventually as the new mard dons 1rr1vt Annabelle IS escorted home O O ' 5 J. i , -I . .1 K . . . -- 1 I- vi - x i . ,,. 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