Tillamook High School - Kilchis Yearbook (Tillamook, OR)
- Class of 1951
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Text from Pages 1 - 86 of the 1951 volume:
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Don Norris I lull Hugmut XIIFIOII Smith Xfuyoru XXlllxk1SOD
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In Out In or Adxlscr t In Out lu
Voxuxu Txuxn IULK
ewery year the K1leh1s staff trxcs to fmd one 1Clea around whnch L0 bu1ld the annual Thls year the new
hxgh school prouded that xdea
The followmg dxvnslon pnetures of the new school SlgDlflLS the mlreh of progress In thxs bulldmg, T1lla
moolx took 1 blg step toward brlghter horlzons for nts grzduates
for you, the 'Sl semors, these p1etures wxll rev1ve memoues of last days spent 1n the old halls For those
xx ho w1ll step mto the new classes, they hold the hope of a brxgnter tomorrow
Xxlthout the ass1stanee md mme of Mr Cronant, our photographer, and our prmter, the Headhght Herald,
tlns annual could not have been produced
lt lb xuth pleasure the Kxlehls staff gnvcs you th1s 1951 Kllehls, Vour book of memorxes
, Paula Hugbarf
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1 they rtnmunhtr tha. xxontltrful tlmts thu hxcl It th 501118 3 1 ,-
ut xxtrt mlm XIOLIS momtnts btiort tht t ll lrtl l th S 1 r tl Il y t xt mn., t
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Tmcsc 5-mors tlltt with thtm mlm fond md thu' shttl l'llk,lI10l'lLN somt l1LlI'fbIK.llxS mlm fond rttnun
brmtts No longer Null thut hulls ttho xxlth thtlr llllkrlltgl' Onlx tht xund xxnll rtmtmbtr thost dns
-1 tis class rtprcstnts tht list stutltnts to Q1 lduitt fiom tht old Illllmoolx lilgll Sthool Commtmtn1tnt
IX though this IS 1 flI'LX!Lll to tht old nt IS llso 1 xultom tm tn. n x drm to usttrt IX 1 to st to o
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Football!!! From the first of the school year to nearly the end of
November, students were fairly bursting with football. The season was
a tremendous success over last year's. Won S, lost 2, tied 1.
In the first two months of school, clubs and activities were start-
ed. On November 10, the first school dance of the year was sponsored
by the G.A.A. The student body play, "Meet Me in St. Louis," fol-
lowed on the 16 and 17 and the month ended with Thanksgiving va-
December began with the Lower Columbia League Jamboree at
St. Helens on the Sth. Masque and Gavel gave a dance on the 15th,
and the senior class presented a Christmas assembly on the 22nd, The
same date began the ten-day Christmas holiday.
The first event of 1951 was the junior class presentation of "The
Man Who Came to Dinner" on January 18 and 19. It was a great
success. Also the 19th marked the end of the first semester.
On February 9, the Philokalons held their induction assembly.
Kilchis sales were started this month with a contest for a "Kilchis
March 2 marked the date of the Kilchis party and the coronation
of June Smith as "Kween." Thea Footlighters and Thespians presented
their play, 'QThe Night of January 16th" on the 15 and 16 of this
month. Spring vacation, something new in Tilla-Hi, began on the 19th
for a full week.
The sophomore class sponsored a dance in honor of the freshmen
on April 9. April 13 was the big date for the junior-senior prom and
banquet. It went over beautifully. The Girls, League held their annual
Parents Banquet on the 28th.
May was a busy month as it meant finishing up the year's work.
The senior class presented two plays, "Lost I-Iorizonu and "Men are
Like Streetcars," One on each of the night of the 15th and 16th.
Baccalaureate was held at the Methodist church on May 27 and the
final day for the seniors, commencement, was June 1.
Throughout the year various kinds of assemblies were presented.
A great number of these were national assemblies, some were musical
and others educational. Representatives from different schools of high-
er education gave talks to the senior class.
The journalism, speech, band, and chorus competed in state con-
tests. We had some award members in the groups.
So ended the school year of 1950-1951.
Most students get their first impressions of the
scliool from the "office." If the office is ne.it up-to-
cl.1Le looking .mtl has .1 good efficient staff, the new-
comer will be s,1tisfied that the scliool is well run.
XY'lien tlie students of Till.1-Hi move into the new
school next fill, tliey will be confrontetl by .1 liiglily
orginized office system, .intl .in efficient staff.
ln tlie above picture, students look over the new
set-up before it is completed.
Mr Ward Hammersley Superintendent
IN LOOKING BACK
My fxrst yur ms prlnupal of Tllllmook Hnbh School
has btw 'nn enjoy Iblc txpcrntnct I havt found tht tom
munity fuulty 1nd Students LO be frltndly and L0
opemrlxc It rs my hope thlt by cveryont working to
gcther wt LIU m1lxc Txllamoolx I-Ingh one of thc out
st lil img sthooli of tht stxtt Thls hope xxlll be rmhud,
as far as tht school plant ns tonccrntd, xxhtn xxc movt to
the ncxx bulldlllv xxhlth the Lommumty his proxldtd
Tht lcmrunder dcpcndf upon tht 2'I.dl1lll1lSI!'JUOIl to glxn.
ludtrbhnp the fatulty for guld1nct, lnspnrltnon md htlp
to tht studtntx md thc studtnts to lvlll thtmstlxts ot
tht ooporlunltlts offtrtd
TI-IE WISE USE OE TIME
IDL not txpcrlmsnt xvlth tnmt It lb tht stuff nut of
x nth hft is nn Slvt time for tht but thxngs
boolxs music, lLllLjlOll, frltnds
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LSI 'nd flttst than 1 Wt hut, but dont xvxstt nt Ilo o
n Lum' to m l'l1L ns to xx ISKL lnft nist
Tht mart fut thlt xvt xrs. Soon lo moxt fiom the
oc loust to the n1 xv houbt ns no ll"ldlC'lUOI1 cnt
school lm xx ull bt Llsltr, or thlt thorts xxlll not LOIIIIIILIL
to bt t morts
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plclslnt md lcsstn tht probltm of hovx to use school txmt
xx tll Ihcre xxlll b l'flLI1dS, boolxs, IHUSIL md 1 suptrlor
I tultv to nulu. lt CISY to spend txmt xvxstly
Mr Ho vard Ton Prlncmal
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L tto Tl ht Mrs G R Rethlefsen clerk Mr Karl ZWE1fPl Mr Ward Hamn ersley superintendent Mr Archlbald Pye
chairman Mr Earl Lahmon Mr D R Rarey Mr Orxal Johnson
BCDARD OF DIRECTCDRS
A major problem for the Board of Directors of this school district in 1950 1951
was the re organization of classes in the junior high school and high school level B
cause fuilities in the Liberty Junior High have been tremendously overcrowded for
the past few ymrs, the board was faced with the necessity of shifting the load A
1 result, the ntvs high school will house grades eight through twclxc when it opens
ni the fill Problems of teacher re lomtnon md clwss organization took mmy hours
of the director s time
Cllllflllln Archibald Pxe presided If all mtntmgs In regul1r monthly meetings,
nd sometimes oftentr, these men ran, vsithout reimbursement, an org1m7.1t1on lining
1 budget of 1ppr0x1m.1ts.ly 5640 000 00
Building rtnox ltion this year Liberty will bt dont our trlnsportltlon prob
iems, budget concerns, Ind administering 1600 pupils and 70 teachers takes the tm t
of these fue men, tht clerk and the superintendent
They give unstintingly of then timt and efforts The pupils of the high school
realize the time and effort these civic minded men put into their job is great, and
join in s1ying Thanksf,
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MR. HOWARD TONG MISS VIDA ABRAMS MR, HERBERT JOHNSRUD MR, BRETT STUART
Principal. Commercial Subjects. Civics. History. Social Problems. Commercial Law, Librarian.
HOMEMAKING SOCIAL PROBLEMS
NIR. ROBERT MEDLEY
spaacll, RE.. Basketball. Baseball MR. NORMAN ANDERSON MRS. cH.ARL1Nl: RICE
Coach. English. Latin, English, Spanish
MR. CECIL MILLER
liiathcmatics. Social Problems
MN- JOHN TURBYNE MR. LARRY MCKEEL Miss VERLE SAUCY MH. DON WHITNEY
Shop, Cnrm-lxtry. PE.. Business Traiumu. Football. Hompnmkmun SUl.m.1, Drama Coach-
TYPING GEOM ETRY
MR DELMAR MABEE
Baud, CHUIAUS, Tymlg TNQ. MISS DOROTHY SMITH MISS MARGARET MITURA MR. ROBERT HELMICK
Ensvmblv. Art. Glrls' P. E.. BIOIOLIS' Aqrmullurc. F.F.A.
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'RFUDENT COUNCIL-Fourth rovr left to rrght L Greneer L uoldn 'mn D Lundy M Nelson B Rrezeert Tlnrd rovs P
hrrhart Y Trnnrn J Dentel G Huehson R Bennett Seeond rovr V Msnnrlr L Olson M Wrlkerson J Pane,
born S Swett C Chase Frrst rovs D Norrrs L Chrrstensen M Srnrth .I Snuth J Schroeder
Government ofthe Students, by the Students
and for the Students
Student Body Offrcers Presrdent, James Schroeder, Vrce Presrdent, une Smrth, Secretary,
'Vl1r1on Smrth, Busrness Manager, Lourse Chrrstensen, Adyertrsmg Manager, Don Norrrs
l-o the frrst trme rn Trllrmook Hugh School hrstory, the Student Councrl offrcers and members
held then offrees for both semesters The new plan yxorleed yy ell becruse rt embled the same group to
work on sehool problems throughout the year
Ano her rmporttnt step taken by the councrl rt the request of Mr Tong, the adyrser yy as the
s ttrnf, up of 1 buelsfet whereby expenses could be lcept down to 1 mmrmum to eleerr up 'rn old debt
Mr Tong reports that hrs pet project rs work nf' out yery well
beleetron of lssrstant edrtors for the Krlchrs and Trllr Hr yy .rs one of the frrst problems to face
the eounerl Then eel etron of Prull Hughart ind Ku Trpprn for the jobs was approved as ar good
elroree by other students
Iour of 'he Student Body offreers, 'recompan eu by Mrss Surey rs ldxrser, wttended the State
f ounerl rt Cory rllrs on September 30 where typr rl eounerl problems were drscussed
erl to mllee room for tuo extrr elrsses to be ldeleel next ve1r, mudrnr, of 7 letters for A squrds
ehrng d to 'Z letters, rnel 0I'glIll7lIlOllS brought more elosely under the luthorrty of eounerl
Un the xx hole the eounerl toolx oyer more of the eturl rffurs of the sehoor thin eyer before
All brlls xy ere brought before the eounerl to be drseussee before they xx ere prssed
lhe neu yornt sy stem eleyrsed by the flLLllty x rs presented to the eounerl for rrtrfrertron After
sugeesrrn r fexx mrnor eh rnges, the eounerl lpnroyeel the neu system, xx hereby the students nee
eel more SLl10l'lSflL pornts rnd not so m my retrvrtx po nts to be elr rble for the honor roll
The Lxeeertrxe Counerl, eonsrstrneg of the Stu lerrt lioely offreers, held meetrngs for the purpose
cf geternsg IUlIL1lll rn r more eondensed form for p es ntrtron to the eounerl IS 1 yyhole
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Sophomores, juniors, seniors-classes! Although
most students are more interested in out-of-class activi-
ties, it is what goes on in the classrooms and what in-
volves the above mentioned classes that is the most
important part of the school program. The above pic-
ture represents Ll group of students looking at the class
rooms in the new high school before construction was
completed. The pictures following are the classes of
Tillamook High School in 1950-51.
QENIOR CTASc OFFICERS Left to rlght Mr -10111511181 ad J Jo D Ford L CIHISKQHSSH D Manmla Miss
A rwxni adn L1 D QR
The Pug Cheeses
temher 1 1950 begun the 11st 1011- se or me 54.1110 e Mt thlt tlme eon
meneement seemed 1 lonv Wu off but xuth 111 e nmeg me me ,ee eunee
brought footblll md the llst xelr of sueh sports t e s 101 ye
The ellss presented 1 Ch1lSI111lS 1ssemb1y for the stxdent body 111 Deeembn just before the
une Smith xx .ls exon ned IS the flrst 1x11eh1S u en tt th Kllehxs PIYIW on 'NIIYLII 2 On the
Jlst of this month members of the jOLl1I1l1lSITl el .us ntend e1 the ,Northwest 0Ll1'l'll1lS1'll Contest
LJOYIDI Plllm non IH ux 1rd for the first pllee 111 the Speeeh ILPOFIIIIQ dnmon A150 the Speeeh
ellss lttended eontests II Llnineld
Jn t Ll o t umox emol 1 nl lmquet uhneh wus 1 wonderful Q
eess for the jumors
me oxelx eourt sms ueen Rosemune lien xx lmeess Dottie lord md Prmeess
K L11lU1' P L,l11L N118 held ll OII X
o e ss ed x 1 eomeex en It luke Stre
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-QENIOIQS - - - -I
"GET THEE BEHIND Mli SATAN. AND PUSH!"
Tbrsjvians 2 yrs., Maks-up Comm. 3 yrs., F001-
llgbfs 2 yrs. fPrvs.j, Managfr "B" Baskcfiball,
Till-Hi Slaff, Sfzulvnf Body Play, Track. 1 yr.
LA WANDA ANDERSON
"A BIRD IS RNOWN BY HIS NOTE AND SHE BY HER
Sfylc' Sbow 1950, Tri-Hi-Y 3 yrs., GAA, Office
Sfaff 2 yrs., Sjranisb Club, Pbofo Club, Infra-
murals, Girls Lvaguc 3 yrs., Usbaratlc.
"TOUGH, BUT OH SO GENTLE."
Fira Squad 2 yrs., Spanisb Club, "B" Baskelball 2
yrs., Intramurals 3 yrs.
'OYOUNG MAIDENS SHOULD IIE AS LILIES, FULL OF
GRACE AND PURITY.,,
Pbilokalons Svr. 2 yrs., Sopb. Class Svc., Cbz'c':vlfz's
2 yrs., Ir. Prom Comm., Slua'z'nf Counril, CAA
2 yrs., Inlramurals 3 yrs., Foofligbls cSl'l'.J 2
yrs., Tilla-Hi Slaff 2 yrs., Tbvspians 2 yrs., Tri-
Hi-Y, Make-up Comm., Champ Vollcy-ball tram.
Poolligbfs-Tbasjrian Play, Sl. Borly Play, Ir. Play.
NFRIENDS ARE KNOXVN IN TIME OI' NEliD.,,
CAA fPrr's.j 2 yrs., FHA fPr0s.j, Spanisb Club,
Librarians, Sfzulrfnt Coun., Tri-Hi-Y, Inframurals
Zyrs., Tilla-Hi Slaff 2 yrs., Vollvyball Clzamps.
"A SOIfT ANSWEIR TURNETH AWAY WRATH.
junior Class Play, Foolligbls, Cirls Lvagur' 2 yrs.,
UTAKE THE WORLD AS IT IS, NOT AS IT OUGHT TO
"IF YOU WOULD FALL INTO AN1' LXTREME, LET IT
BE ON THIE SIIJII OF GENTLENESS.n
Cbc'z':c'flc's 2 yrs., Iniramurals 3 yrs., Tilla-Hi
sfaff, Prom Comm., Lalin Club, Offirz' slaff,
Swimming Mcvf 3 yrs., Tri-Hi-Y, Comm. for Sr.
"I'I1iAVFN IS NOT T0 BL HAD BY MEN,S BARELY
WISHING I-'OR IT.n
Fm' Squad 2 yrs., Inlramurals 2 yrs., Spanish
"EVER CHARMING, ALWAYS SMlllNG.,,
GAA, Sizulcnf Bozly Trvas., Bus. Mgr., Sfuzlruf
Counril, Tbvspians fVirv Prvs.j 2 yrs., Sr. Class
Trcas., Kilcbis, Prom Comm. Ir., Intramural
Sporls 3 yrs., Footligbls 2 yrs., FHA QV. Prr's.j 3
yrs., Tri-Hi-Y Pres. 2 yrs., Pboto Club, Baskvf-
"KEEP YOUR EYES OPEN AND SHUIfIfLE THE CARDS.u
Solvb. Pres., Fire Squad, S.B. Play, Order of Ibe
T fPres.j 2 yrs., "A" Basketball 3 yrs., "A"
Football 3 yrs., Track 3 yrs., Stage Crew Ir.
Class Play, jr. Danee Rep.
"WITHOUT KINDNESS THERE CAN BE NO JOY."
Transfer from Detroit, Oregon.
"I'AITH WITHOUT GOOD WORKS IF DEAD."
FHA 2 yrs., Girls League 3 yrs., Ir. Prom Comm.,
Student Body Play Comm., 4-H 3 yrs., Tri-Hi-Y,
Offire Staff, Tilla-Hi, Kilrbis Staff, Librarians,
Footligbts, Tbespians 1 yr.
MBLUSHING IS THE COLOUR OF VIRTUE.
Sojib. May Queen, FHA 2 yrs., Intramurals 3
yrs., Ir. Class See., Latin Club 3 yrs. fPres. 2
yrs.j, Office Staff 2 yrs., Cbeezettes 2 yrs., Tri-
Hi-Y 2 yrs., Footligbts 2 yrs., GAA 2 yrs., Ir.
Class Play, maize-up Comm. and usberette, Girls
League See., Student Coun. 3 yrs., Pboto Club,
'I LOVE HIN! I'OR Hl1y1Slil-l" ALONE."
S.B. Play, lr. Class Play, Latin Club 2 yrs., lPres.j
Footligbts 2 yrs., Cbeezettes, Prom Comm., For-
"TO KNOW IS NOTHING AT ALI., TO IMAGINE IS
Girls League 3 yrs., FHA 2 yrs., Footligbts, In-
tramurals, Stu d ent Body Play, Spanisb Club,
Offire, Tri-Hi-Y 2 yrs., Kilcbis staff, Tbespians,
"THOUGH ON PLEASURE SHE WAS BENT, SHE HAD
A IARUGAL MIND."
Girls League 3 yrs., FHA, Offive Help.
QQHER AFFECTION AND SERVICE PROVED HER LOVIi.H
Student Council, Girls League Pres., FHA QV.
Pres. Ser. Historianj 3 yrs., Latin Club, Pboto
Club, GAA 2 yrs., Tri-Hi-Y, Intramurals 2 yrs.,
Librarians, I yr., Sr. Class Management Comm.,
Swimming Meet, FHA State Meeting.
"A IARIEND IN Nlilzll IS A IARIEND INDEliD.H. ..
Ifootball 3 yrs., Basketball mgr. 2 yrs., Fire Squad
2 yrs., Intramurals 3 yrs., Order of tbe T, FFA
flieporterj, Trarlz 2 yrs., Baseball.
"A IfOOL MAX' NVIN MONEY, BUT IT WILL TAKE A
WISE INIAN TO KEEP IT.H
Intramurals 3 yrs., "B" Basketball 2 yrs., Tilla-
,SENIORS - - -
"MY MIND I3 GAY, ISUI' MY SOUI IS MI-LI.ANc3IfIOI.Y."
Lillrariaus 2 yrs., Slmnislw Cflulr, lulranzurals 3 yrs-,
l"lI.AI, -4-II, Girls' l.L'lIlQI1t', lfuulligllls, Sfli. Play.
UIJYNAFsl!'IAI-, c,OMIAs IN sMAI,I. I1Ac1IsAGI1s."
l.l'LUIXf4'l' fmzn Svalllv, IY!tlSbllIXlUl1.
HXVHAT A MAN IIAS, III's suklz OI."
Trausfrr from floral Rizvr Higlz Svlmol. Ir. Class
Vin' Prrs., Sr .Class Vin' Prvs., lr. Class Play,
S.B. Play, "A" Baskrlllall 2 yrs., Trarle, 2 yrs.,
Orrlvr of T fSwI'.j, Ifiru Squafl, Tlnfsjzians, Foot-
llall lylgr., I"00fligl1ls 2 yrs., Plnilokaluns.
"A WOMAN YYIIII HI-.Is HLAIAT ON HI-.Is LIPS, AND
II1iIs SOUI, IN lll,R I-.YI-Ls."
Yvll lvaa'cr, Cl1v1':c'flI's QSUILQ 2 yrs., I.il1rariaf1s
qV.P., Smxj 2 yrs., Sllltlfllf Cjflllllfll 3 yrs., Pl1il0-
lzalous 2 yrs., Tilla-Hi 3 yrs., Eflilor, GAA 2
yrs., Kill-luis Staff ll.llJ'1lIll liIl.j 2 yrs., I"00fliglJfs-
I'lu'sjIians 2 yrs., S.T. Play, Intramurals 3 yrs.,
Lafin Clulr, Vollvyllall Clvamlfs All Slars.
"LOVE Mia, I.OVI1 Blli, BUT I,OVIi MY DOG 'I'OO.n
Latin Clulz 3 yrs., Fnofligbls 2 yrs., PlJ0I0 Club,
Inframurals, Tri-Hi-Y, 7'l7l'XIZll1llX, Masquv and
Garvl, S.B. Play, Girls' Lvaguv, Maka'-up Cumm.,
Lafiu Clulz Play, Librarians, i'0ll4'yl1all Cl1dll1f7S.
"DII.IcgIiNc3I4. IS TIIIE MOTIILR OI-I GOOD IfORTUNli.n
Spanish Clulr lPrI's.j 3 yrs., Tilla-Hi Staff, 1900!-
liglfls 2 yrs., Tlwspians 2 yrs., Masqm' aml Gaucl
2 yrs., lr. Class Play, S.B. Play, Tri-Hi-Y 2 yrs.,
I:0lAl'llXll'Y, Mllsiz' in May 2 yrs., Lillrarialls.
"Ir I LOULD NOT OO 'IO III-QAVI-,N, DUT XX'ITIl A
CERTAIN PARTY, I XYOUIIIJ NOT LO 'I'IIIaIu1 AT AI,I..'3
Yell Lrarlvr 3 yrs., 'l'illa-Ili Slaff 2 yrs., Plmlo
Clulf, lr!-H1-Y, Sujllr. Dann' Rrjr., May Dann'
Prim'vss, Tirkrl Clvr. lr. Play. AIlz'. Slaff, S.T.
Play, Sr. Play.
"ANY TOOTII IN A XX'OMAN,S H1-All IS MOM-1 VALU-
ABLIA. THAN A DIAMONILU
Clu'r:I'lfus 2 yrs., S.B. Play, lr. Class Play, P11010
Clulu, Tilla-Hi Sfaff 3 yrs., Ifnofliglrls 2 yrs.,
Yv!7l'.V1IldIlS 2 yrs., Girls I.I'a.gm' 3 yrs., Sr. Class SN.
"LOVIa RIECKONS nouns IOII. MONTHS, AND DAYS
IOIQ Y11AIss, AND I.VI2IsY lI'I"lAl.l. AI3SlNL.I1.u
Tilla-Hi Staff, Plmln Club, lalramurals 2 yrs.,
Tri-Hi-Y, Slfllllllllllg MI'1'f.s 3 yrs., Prom Comm.,
Azl. Comm. f0r Sr. Play, Uslu'rI'llu 2 yrs.
ULIEN HAVE DIED I-ROM TIMIa TO TIME, BUT NOT
Foolliall 3 yrs., "B" B61Skl'llldll 2 yrs., Ir. Class
Prvs., Basffball 2 yrs., Foofligbls 2 yrs., Ir. Class
Play, Hi-Y 2 yrs., Slmlcul Coun., Order of T 2
yrs., Fira' Squaa' 2 yrs., Yell Leader, FFA.
- I SENIORS-
UBI-.'l'TI.R I.A'I'I. THAN NIQVl'.Il.H
Lafiu Club 3 yrs., Laliu Club Play, Trvasurrr uf
Ldflll Club, Illframuruls, Offin' Slaff, Tilla-Hi
Rcjmrlf'r 2 yrs., Kilrbis Sfaff.
"Hn I-IAS HARI: XVORK NVHO HAS NOTHING TO OO.
Now in llvr Marinas.
"Al.I5LR'I', TIIIQ PART TIMIZ OLNILJS. AND PART TIML
Till.:-Ili Slaff 2 yrs., Allin S.B. Play, Cbarlvr
AfIl'llIl7f'I' PPA, Boxing, llIffl1IIIIl7'cllS 2 yrs.
"LOOR T0 TI-II. I-'U'l'URIi, NOT TO THI2 PAST.n
Ifuofligbfs 2 yrs., Ir. Class Play clvcfrifiau, Sfagv
t'I't'lL' of tbv SfIIlli'IIf Body Play.
IIHOPIQ AND Isla IIAPPY-TIIAT AI.L,S I-OR THE BIiST.,,
FFA, Trarlc 2 yrs., Basvball, "BU Ponlball, Orrlvr
of lbv 'I' 3 yrs., Iulraruurals, Hi-Y 2 yrs., "B"
Baskvlball 2 yrs., "A" Football 3 yrs., Pbolo Club.
"I ARI vI.IIY wIaI.I. CONTENT WIIIQN I ARI ALONE.,
Pbolo Club, FHA 2 yrs., Girls League 3 yrs.
"'TIs GOOD TO I.IvIf AND l.I:ARN.U
Pbilokalou, Tbczspiau 2 yrs., lfnulligbfs 2 yrs.,
Sluflcul Cuun. 2 yrs., Laliu Club 2 yrs., Iulra-
murals 3 yrs., Ir. Play, Sflltlfllf Bmly Play 2 yrs.
Poulligbl-Tbz's,l'iau play, Tilla-Hi slaff.
"LOVE IS LIKE A IJIzzINIass."
DlII1t'L' Rafi. Sajrlr., Lalin Club, Slmlvuf Counril
Tilla-Hi Sfaff, Tri-Hi-Y.
"A oI.N'I'LILx1AN ON IIIS TWO I-'I.I.'I' IS IsI-1'I'TIaR TIIAN
A KING DOWN ON IIIS KNI:I:S.H
S-B. Pluy, 3 yrs., lfrmlliglrl Play 3 yrs., lr. Class
Play, 'I'l'r'sj1iau.s C1'rI's.j 3 yrs., lfonfligbls lPrc's.,
V. Prc'.s.j 3 yrs., lflzilukaluns lPrf's., I'. P.j 2 yrs.,
Masqur' 1111.1 U:11'I'l QPr4's.j 2 yrs., Hi-Y QSIT., V.
I'rI's.j 2 yrs-, Vim' Prrs. 235 AJP. Mgr. Sfllll,l'l1f
Bfuly, Prvs. Sujzb. Class, Kilvbis Ass'l Eel., Ealilor,
1'I0f'l'lI5il'N 2 yrs.
"THIa SsIAI.I.IisT HAIR TIIROWS ITS SHADOW'.n
PHA CSc'c'.j 2 yrs., GAA 2 yrs., Intramurals 2
yrs., B.B. Cbamps.
SENIORS - -
"MY HEART IS WAX MOULIJED AS SHE PLEASES, BUT
INIJURING AS RIARELE TO RliTAlN.n
"AH Ibnflmll 3 yr.s., Hi-Y Z' yrs., Firv Squafl 2
yrs., Onlvr of 'I' 2 yrs., Dam? Rap., Intramurals.
"A GOOD HEART,S WORTH GOLD."
Girls Lvagur fSr'c'.j 3 yrs., Iulramurals 3 yrs.,
Tri-Hi-Y 2 yrs., FHA, Foofligbis, TlJrsj1i.'1I1s, Ir.
Play, Cosfume Comm., Tilla-Hi Slaff, DAR
Good Cifizcusbip Award, Vollyball Cbamps,
Pbilokalous, Foofligbls Bauqurf Comm.
"WHAT I HAVE BEEN TAUGHT, I PIAVE FORGOTTEN.
XVIIAT I KNOW, I HAVE GuESsEu."
Fin' Squrul 2 yrs., Tilla-Hi Sfaff 3 yrs., Pbolo
Club, FFA, Ir. Class Play, Librarian, Prom Comm.
WXXVISDONI IS MORE PRECIOUS THAN RUBIES.n
Girls Lvagur fRc'p.j 3 yrs., Tri-Hi-Y 3
yrs., Ir. Class Svc., Ir. Prom Comm., Pbolo Club,
Foofliglvls 2 yrs., Pbilokalous 2 yrs., Girls Lvaguc'
Bauquvf Comm. 2 yrs., jr. Class Play, Sr. Play
Ad. Mgr., Cbr. of Coslumv Comm. Ir. Class
Play, Ir. Mauagvmwzl Comm., Tbrsfiiaus, Iulra-
murals, Tilla-Hi Sfaff.
"BI.ESsIaIJ ARE 'I'HIi MEEK, FOR THEY SHALL IN-
HIQRIT THE liAR'I'H.n
Tri-Hi-Y, FHA fTrI'as.j
uBli'l'TliR A W'IT'fY FOOL, THAN A I-'OULISII WI'l'.U
Plwlo Club, "BU Football.
"A SHORT ANSXVIER IS DOING THE THING.n
Nou' in Ibn' Navy.
"HAl'I'INliSS LIES, FIRST OI' ALI., IN HI-1AI.'I'II."
FHA QPrr's.j 3 yrs., GAA 2 yrs., Slualcnl Coun-
nil Rvjm., Uffivv Sfaff 2 yrs., Iuframurals 2 yrs.,
Baslcvfball Cbamps, Girls Lvaguz' 3 yrs.
"DO YOU NOT KNOW' I ANI A XVOMAN? WI1I'lN I
THINK, I MuS'I' SPEAR."
'Filla-Hi Sorivfy 1511. 2 yrs., luframurals 3 yrs.,
Foolligbfs 2 yrs., Kilrbis Slaff, Prom Comm., Tri-
Hi-Y, Slflllllllillg Mwf.
"I-IE THAT CAN HAVE PATIENGE CAN HAVE WHAT
Laliu Club QTrr'as.j 3 yrs., Fire Squad, Iufra-
murals 2 yrs., Sfagc Manager, Sfuelcnf Body play,
UAA. NIVRRX TIISAREIA Al.XKl'.Tll .X CII! I RI-UL COLVNAPTSN-
Trafzsfur from Astoria. Laiin Club 1 yr., Tri-
Hi-Y I yr., GAA 1 yr., Ar! EJ. for Kilvbis,
Makv-ull: Cfmzm. for S.B. Play, Inlramurals 1 yr.
Plroio Cllilz 1 yr.
VALL MANKIND LOVES A LOVER.H
lfirv Squad 2 yrs., Basvizall, Order of tba T 2 yrs.
"AU Foolllall 2 yrs., "B" Football, Iulramurals 3
HUNLIQSS A :AAN XVORKS H12 CANNOT FIND OUT
XVHAT HE IS ABLE TO DO.,'
"AH Baskcfilall 2 yrs., "B" Basizvfizall 1 yr., Foof-
llall Mgr. 2 yrs., Trark 3 yrs., Sw. Sopb. Class,
Prvs., V.P. Ir. Class, S.B. Bus. Mgr., Pras., Hi-Y
Pres., Fire Squad, "T" 2 yrs., Ifootligbts-Tbespians
2 yrs-, Sfagc' Mgr. Ir. Play, Slmlrnf Couu. 3 yrs.
"THE CAUTIOUS SELDONI IiRR.,,
Lafiu Club 3 yrs., Latin Play Cosfumvs, Tri-Hi-Y.
"THE SXVI1i'I'l-.ST THING THAT KVIZR CREW BESIDIZ
A HUMAN DOOR.',
Sopb. Class Svc., Tri-Hi-Y 3 yrs., Inframurals 3
yrs., S.B. Play' 2 yrs., Prom Comm. Chr., Foo!-
ligbls 2 yrs., Tlucsjriaus, Cbz'c':I'iiI's QTVUKIS., V.P.J
2 yrs., S. B. Vin' Prvs., Girls Lvaguv Prrs., Li-
izrariaus, Slmlcnf C0lll1C'il, Kilrlris QIIUCII of '51,
Plrilokalous, Tbrsjriau-Fooiligbl Play.
"FOR NVE THAT LIVI-L TO PLEASE, MUST PLEASE T0
Intramurals 2 yrs., Hi-Y 2 yrs., Stage Crew 2
yrs., Ticiaat Salas 2 yrs., Lalirz Club.
f'xvlRTLIl-1 ALONE IS HAPPINLSS IsI:LOW."
FHA 3 yrs., Girls Laagur 3 yrs., lnlramurals,
Senior Play Coslume Comm.
"SIIE WOULD BE ARGUMENT IfoR A WEEKQ LAUGH-
TLR IAOR A INIONTHQ AND A GOOD JEST IfOREVER.n
S.B. Sao., Kilflais Bus. Mgr. 2 yrs., Tilla-Hi Bus.
Mgr. 3 yrs., Cbf'I':z'fiI',s fPrI's., V.P.j 2 yrs., Siu.
CIIIIII. 3 yrs., Fooiligbfs, TlJL'SIJlHlIS fSz'c'.j 2 yrs.,
GAA 2 yrs., Ir. Play, Tri-Hi- Y, Liizrariaus lS1'z'.j
Masquf' SL Garvl QSa'z'.j, Fooflitgbi Play, S.B. Play.
HKNOXYLISDGIQ IS POWER, SHE VUILL DO FINE."
Valmliz'fm'ia11, Sfiulwzi Coziuvil 3 yrs., S.B. Play
2 yrs., GAA 2 yrs., CfJt'l'Zl'fft'X fTrvas.j 2 yrs.,
Tijasjzians 2 yrs-, Fooiligbis QSM.-Trc'as.j 2 yrs.,
Pbilniealous 2 yrs., Masque' 81 Gawl, Ir. Class Play,
Ifoolliglri Play 2 yrs., Laiiu Club 3 yrs., Infra-
murals 3 yrs., Tri-Hi-Y 3 yrs., Tilla-Hi Slaff 2
yrs., Kilrbis Ser. 1 yr.
"SHE IS so EONSTANT TO ME, AND so KIND.n
Transfar from Milwauizic' High School.
"GIVE B112 ONLY XVORK AND ONE GOOD WOMAN.,,
"BH Baskvflrall 2 yrs., Ir. Class Play, Hi-Y
Q'I'rf'ass.j 2 yrs., Soplw. Class V. Pres., Foolliglvf-
liflffffilrlll Play, S.I3. Play, Ifirv Squad 3 yrs., Firm'
Clzivf, Ifoollitqlrls 2 yrs., Tbvspians, Ir. Class
A'lI!7IlIlQl'lIIl'lIf Comm., Slmlvnl Colm. Rap. 2 yrs.
Sr. Class Play.
"I CAN RESIST EVERYTHING EXCEPT TEh1PTATION.U
Lalin Club QV. Prr's.j 3 yrs., Offirv Slaff, Lalin
Clnl' Play, Girls Ixagm' 3 yrs., Iulramurals, Tri-
Ili-Y, Tilla-Hi Sfaff, Slfilllllllllg MN! 3 yrs., Ir.
Prom Comm., Sr. Class Play.
"ON WITII THE DANCE! LET JoY Bli UNCONFINIEXLU
Chorus, Tilla-Hi Sfaff 2 yrs., Hi-Y, Inframurals
3 yrs., Offiu' Slaff, Kilrlfis Sfaff, Prom Comm.
LINA WADE Avia-A
UIXNOXY' How SUBLIME A THING IT IS TO SUEEER
AND BE STRONG.,,
Ellsfllllllt' 3 yrs., FHA QSm'.j, Tri-Hi-Y 3 yrs.,
Lilzrarians 2 yrs., Tilla-Hi Slaff 3 yrs., Photo
Club, Ifoolligbls 2 yrs., Makz'-up Comm. 2 yrs.,
Slznlvnl Body Play, Yvll-lvaflvr, Ir. Prom Comm.,
luiramuruls, Ir. Mdl1H,Ql'llIFlIf Comm., Bus. Mgr.
of jr. Class Play.
WARREN TRUE 53 fr?
"MkN,S TIIQUGHTS ARE MUCH ACCORDING TO THEIR
Basvlfall Z yrs., lnframurals 2 yrs., Tilla-Hi Slaff,
"MY BLST THOUGHTS ALWAYS COIME A LITTLE Too
"B" Poollzall, Properly Managvr of Ir. Play, In-
tramurals 2 yrs.
'TSINCERITY AND TRUTH ARE THE BASIS OF EVERY
Lilzrarians, FHA 2 yrs., Iuiramnrals 2 yrs., Girls
Transfer from San Iosz' High Sflllllll.
Grazluafwl af Mifl-Tvrm.
I'N'7 CLNQS OFFICERS L ft r 1,1 t back
tat 1 D Lundy Mr Mlller adxlser
er rst 1 xx P Hu halt Mrs
Mr Miller 1dx1ser and Dick Lundy presldent
V111-ts thmes oxer
THE FIVE PDU D LOAVES
Th ellss of S2 through extrl good represenutnon vn 1et111t1es ll'0Lll1el sehool both lthletle
1n other111se, hld 1 sueeessful 1e.1r m T1ll1 H1
A bxt of 1 Change ln the usu1l procedure of the 1e1r 11.15 rh l1Ck of sophomore 1n1t11t1on 1n
the f1ll Thxs 11 IS brought lbout it the reeom111e11el1t1on of the fleulty
Th umors resented the three 1et musxezl K.Oll1xLlX Meet Me m bt Louxs IS thexr Cass
play, and lf x1 IS heralded IS 11 sueeess, both flI1lI1Ll.lllX and ClllI11.1IlLlllX The proeeeds for the
Jl1 IS IU former e1rs, roxlded 1 ml or or lon or the funds for the umor Senlor Prom
I P Y P l P
the necessary eooknng skull to put on 1 good feed Tle lrom e1me off sxxell style If he
Uffneers Club .lt the Naxy Lilse on Aplnl 1 IH unluelxx ellx but 1 belllllflll Prom The theme
s e r 1 1 ISIIOIIK. elrr un' ou me 1 nnoot Len enmz 1de1 Semors Hill jumors
XNLI1 ftted 1fter1x xrds bx the Iern L 1fe xt brexlxhst
unlor bo1s th1t st1rred IH footb1ll xxere lLOI11FLl Blshop Ron IXSl'1lDX Izelxglr Cnlbert, Al
mon Coldmm, Kenny Hlhn, IIXXYLIILQ, Holse1, IJIIXNIII ohnson, l'1erett Krostaz, Dlelx lundy
out, I Cool IJ n Itoples I IFN R llll e o Ro ertson me Stree er Dae IH
Case Bob NX1n11 ljlklx Cnenger, Bob linggerr
T ose 11ho pl11ed b1slsetb1ll x1e1e Ron Ashbx Dlels Cnenuer B b lI1rt I 111 renee Holsey
IJIFXXIFI ohnson Dnek lunch, Dou., NleC,ool, lI1rlex Olson lJlI'l Ieoples ll1rr1 Snssxelx mtl Dlelx
X ln Clse
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Left to ru,ht llf h row A Kllll n J Hart D May J Cornelxus M Hit 1'ourLh rovs D Glen er J Mason D John
-lon A Goldman R Ashby D Lane Thlrd row B Hart B Dvntel X Blshon K Hahn D Lundy L Landis T Ber
nurd Second row D McCool A Jensen P Ausmus J Halndc-l J Karn I Jolly P Goodexc A Fossbmd Flrst row
Mr M1llcr adxlscr D Gxonrzer J Dentcl V Lord B Denton D Batke J Dolan P Hughart B Cook Mxs Run- 'lduser
aft to r ht s1xt'1 rov. K Needham H Wldmer B Wynla B Phillips D Pearson H Wbss H Randall Fifth row
Vermllyea B SClllIl1ll11I1l' H SISSECK H Olson D Rarey J Robertson J Streeter D Peoples D Van C159 L Reed
I-ourth rovl B Riff ext D Wfldge M I'1llelt J Schunter D Wlnte D RLsh T 1rd 10W J Whlt on Rice
Welbel B Oldnnlaunw B Wvcxs L Qulck Second row L Plke S Spfxber J Weber S Stokes K T1ppm L Stunkard,
P Percrog I-'USL rovs Mr Mlller auvlser R Staehly F Wolfe F Robltsch C Taber I Zuerchvr D W1dmer D
Nott Z Nvman M Wllk rson Mrs Rice aduser
'OPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS Baci: ron left to rle I L Gen C Carnahan Center row left to rxght J Kalow
xoki J Schuster Mr Medley adiser Front roxs lft to rlht E Manmla E Goldman Miss Mltura adviser
The Baby Loaves
Piesident, hlrl Qoldmtn, Yiee President, lm 5 huster, Seeretuy Cary Carnahan, Student
Council Xalinw Mannilag Advisers Miss Mitura, Mr. Medley.
The Sophomore class of 1950-51 had the distinction of being the largest class in T.H.S. and also
the first class in many years not having to suffer under an onslaught of unior cruelty, namely
They entered into the years activities with a vigor that astounded everyone,
Sophomoxe boys receiving A squad football letters included: Len Gienger, Earl Goldman, Calvin
Ill usser and Arthur Sutton.
Earl Goldman ably represented his class in basketball as he was one of the regulars on the A
Dramatically speaking the Sophs rated high with Norman Nlatheny, Pat Jones, joan Schroeder,
violet lludge 1 ,lim Schuster Earl Goldman, Loren Leach Terry Turley and G-try Carnahan taking
tart in the Student Body Play, 'The Man Who Came to Dinner.
The cla scholastic average xx as upheld by the following sophomores whose names appeared on
tle llonr ' Roll: Wayne Lee Loretta Olson, une Cross john Ciilbert, Karen ensen Barbara Parker,
Dorothy lxejynolds kim Schuster, Geraldine Stewart Rosetta Tohl Terry Turley and Len Gienger.
Ina Chambers was chosen as the Sophomore class candidate for the Kilchis Kween Kontest and
served as a princess at the Kilchic party.
At the time of this writing, plans were being made for a dance honoring the Freshmen to be
la l ' Apfl. The dance has been an annual affair at Tillamook High for several years and is con-
sidered one ot the important dances of the year, at least from the Sophomores' point of view!
-loan Pang born
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Luft to F1 ht back row E Goldman J Burdick
Hnusser D Johnson Fourth row R Barber B
D Effenber er Fx'th row
Freeman R Glbbons J Gllber
R Bernard G Carnahan D Glad C
t D Gregorlch D Herrmann D Kxenle
'llurd lou A Edwards D Branhaxn A Dolphm M Cron O '11 htovxer S De Vries B Kunzl C Plnch Second row L
Knnball D Harris R Easterlw G Edner M Floree L Ab ens ront rox Mr Medley adxlser J Kallnowskl V
Hudgeon K Jensen P Jones J Gubser J Crose M Defoe I Chambers C Anderson
'eil to rlzht back row W
Punn F Rlpley M Webb
row B Mueller L Noxxhn
L Lundy R Tohl Fourth
'nfth row Mr Medley aduse
Lee A Pool B O Brlen T Turlrw C
Second row L Leach H Veldhuleen
M Oldenkamp L Olson D Reynolds A
ron M Lansuorthy J Lucas G Stew
r D Rose S Ramey M Phelps B Park
Watkms M Naegll R Scheaelzer J Schuster H
K Seufert '1 Rash C Lamb N Matheny Third
5'llldSe!'0lll D Ohxer J Waldklrch C McK1nster
art P Sexbert F Mayes V Mannlla L Redmer
er J Schroeder S OBr1en M Vasblnder, M Vasey
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SOPHOMORE SHOP CLASS
Mr. Turbyne's Woodworking II class are shown here
bhsy at work on projects. Bookshelves, tables. cedar chests,
hat-not" flow in a steady stream from the base-
This uviver class course was organized on the laboratory
this 1951 year. Mr, Whitney proposed the experi-
mnvs :intl the students proved them. Unlike the shop,
,ilzai xloxu-d from the chemistry lab, was not always pleasant,
Donna and Colleen, the seniors pictured above. were two
of the fifteen delegates from Oregon to attend the National
4-H Club Congress held in Chicago, Novemer 26-30,
The girls have been very active in 4-H work for a ltood
many years and are always to be found as top contenders
it the County and State Fairs.
Donna won her trip on "Girl's Record," which means
that she had the best all around 4-H record for uirls in
Coileen's trip was awarded on her work in "Recreation
and Rural Arts." She was one of two picked from the
eleven western states.
Somethinu new at Tillamool-1 High this season was the
election of a Kilchis Queen. Queen June lst ruled durinu
festivities on March 2. Her court was made up of Crown
Princess Donna Ellis, Princess Mary Ann Olson and Princess
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I WAHI .1 tardy slip. May I have an ab-
sence slip?" Hxx,l1Cl'L"S lIo?I' These are but a few
of the many requests and questions aslted in the
office. The replies come from Blo. Mr. Tong's sec-
retary. Ifllen. secretary to Nlr. lI.llTll'l1CI'5lJj', super-
intendent of Ilistrict No. 9. and the student office
staff, which is .i student school service organiza-
tion. The duties of the student staff are to pick
up slips. answer the phone
uh-n Io's luusv run errinds
.intl tall stutlents to the
:mice ior secret confer-
Eduar. M. Laiiiuwortliy. K Robinson. W Anderson
"Jo" Kinkade, Ellen Duffy.
President, Dottie Iiordg Vice President, Lois Stunkardg Student Body Representative, -Ioan Pangborn.
Because of the fact that each girl in the student body is a member of the Girls League and it would be difficult to
photograph such a large group, only the officers are pictured here.
The Girls I.eague does many things for the school, such as selling candy at games and taking care of the sicltroom.
Their most important project is the Parent-Daughter Banquet held each year in the spring. The money for this banquet
is earned through the candy sales.
This group does a good job each year and is to be congratulated. -lmm limi
GIRLS LEAGUE OFFICERS
Left to right, Miss Sauey. D Ford. L Stunkard. J. Panuborn.
Left to riuht: P. Drake. L. AIJPPIIP. S Swett. S
FFA-Left to right, back row: R. Helmick, adviser, K. Needham, B. Blaser. G. Blackburn, S. Vermilyea, D. Glad. B.
Freeman, D. Johnson. D. Gienger, H, Sisseck, M. Naegeli. Second row: D. Johnson, K. Seufert, D. Gregorich, D. Mayer,
L. Gienrzer, H. Rund, L. Schwend. First row: H. Widmer, B. Phillips. B. Sanders, J. Moore, B. Hurliman. D. Vincent.
I HATE TO GET UP IN THE MORNING
President, Bob Blaserg Vice President, Sam Vermilyeag Secretary, Gene Blackburn, Treasurer, Dick Giengerg Reporter, Bob
Hurlimang Adviser, R. W. Helmick.
The Future Farmers of America is organized primarily for farm boys. The boys eligible to enter must be interested in
agriculture. Several boys from Tillamook Sacred Heart Academy are entered in the class.
The Future Farmers of America have a 130 farm located in the northeast corner of the blimp base. It is the only one of
its kind in Oregon. Twdffffi True
THE WAY TO A MAN'Sl.HEART
President, Carol Chaseg Vice President, Delores Fordg Secretary, Alice Oldenkampg Treasurer, Dona Robinson, Historian,
Colleen Dooley, Student Council Representative, Loretta Olson, Adviser, Miss Verle Saucy.
This is the first year that Tillamook High has been recognized by the state FHA office as having an organized chapter,
and has sent representatives to district and state conference.
With thirty-seven active members, the club has had a successful year. The biggest event was the annual spring style
show, in which the girls modeled all garments made in Homemaking Class.
By serving cookies and coffee each Tuesday night, the club made enough money to sponsor an "Old Time Dancen and
purchase a new tea set and an electric Mixmaster. -Colleen Dooley
"HAA+LeIt to right. back row: Miss Saucy. adviser, B. Meulpr, D. Reynolds, S. WySS, D, Nott, J. Schroeder, S. DeVl'i9S-
C. Makinster, NI, Flores, M. Oldenkamp, M, Vasey, B. Parlzt-r. J, Cross, P. Ausinus, D. Wridee, M. Tillett. M. Wilker-
son, Front row: M, Demon. R, Tolil, B, Kunzi, V. Smith, S. Martin, C, Dooley, A. Oldenkamp, C. Chase, D. Ford, L.
Olson, D. Robinson, L. Christensen. K, Robinson. S. Edgar, D- Fallin-
PHOZO CLUB--Left to right: W. Lee, M. Tillett, D. Rarey. F. Ripley. S. Vermilyea. M. Sargent. J. Gilbert. M. Wilker-
son. S. Weigel, Mr. Turbync. adviser.
"WATCH THE BIRDIEU
President, John Gilbertg Secretary, XVayne Lceg Treasurer, David Rareyg Student Council Rep-
resentative, Marjorie XVilkersong Adviser, Mr. Turbyne.
The Photo Club is one of Tillamook High's more active organizations. Under the guidance
of Mr. Turbyne this group has learned enlarging, developing and printing of films. The main
idea of the club is to encourage photography as a hobby.
The club held meetings every other week and also met two nights a month. At every meet-
ing a member would explain to the group one phase of photography. The springtime activity
was to get snapshots for the Kilchis.
The Librarians club has had a busy year. They have raised money to buv new parts for the
library typewriter and buy the librarians' pins. The group held clean-up meetings every two
weeks during which they all pitched in and gave the library a good cleaning. Their annual Li-
brarians Tea was a great success.
The club is made up of the students who serve as librarians during the periods, giving up their
study halls because they enjoy working with books, receiving no credit, only activity points for
their service. They have always been a hard working group, keeping the library in order, check-
ing books in and out and helping other students to find reference books. -Ioan lossy
fieek row. left to rzelitz F, Kenyon. Mr. Stewart. adviser. L. Siiinkard. O. Hirhtovver. S. Sperber. D. Reynolds. J. Weber.
Front row. left to right: I. Zurther. P. Hueliart. J. Whitlovv. A. Dolphin. P, Pereeoy. D. Gif-nuer. M. Wilkerson. C, Dooley,
A, Jensen, Z. Nyinan.
Left to right, fifth row: B. Larson, D. Bales.
M. Nelson, Mr. Anderson, Fourth row: B.
Thomas, J. Powers, F, Bartlett, N, Ferry, D.
Norris. Third row: J. Haindel, J. Karn, D.
Gienger, S. Edgar, C. Chase. M, Booth. Second
row: I. Kimmel, J. Rueh. D, Pallin. J, Pang-
bcrn. D. Reynolds. K. Tippin, P, Pereeoy, B.
Cook. First row: J. Jossy. J, Stewart. C. Dooley,
R. Bennett. G, Hughson. M. Smith, and M.
Left to right, back row: W. Lee. Mr, Anderson
adviser, J. Gilbert. First row: M. Wilkerson
ris, D, Reynolds. D, Gienger. M. Smith, G
Hughson. M. Sargent. B. Cook. P. Peregoy
UNOSES FOR EWS"
lliitor, Genevieve Hughsong Assistant Editor, Kay Tipping Adviser, Mr. Anderson, Typist, Miss Abrams.
The Tilla-Hi News was edited approximately every two weeks by Genevieve Hughson with the help of the
assistant editor, Kay Tippin. It contained news, gossip, sports views, and happenings around Tilla-Hi with spe-
cial emphasis placed on feature stories.
The news was gathered and written by the journalism class and volunteer reporters.
The typing was done the first semester by the typing instructor, Miss Abrams. She was assisted the second
semester by her Office Practice class.
An innovation the last ten weeks was the weekly edition put out by the journalism class. This issue usually
was only six pages in length.
"ANY PICTURES FOR THE ANNUAL"
Editor Don Norris and staff members struggled to get th: 1951 Kilehis different and better than previous
editions. The results will have to speak for themselves.
Meeting deadlines, and worrying about picture reproduction and such printing problems took up most of
the group's time the second semester. The Kilchis party came off March 2 after a deadly serious selling cam-
paign had come to an end. Something new was added to this party by having students with Kilchis receipts
vote for a Kilchis Queen. june Smith won the honor. The movie "Arabian Nightsv was the featured attraction
for the party. -Colleen Dooley
A, Dolphin, O. Hichtower, P. Huehart, D. Nor-
LATIN CLUB Buck row. left to right,
C Lamb. T. Rneli. F Kluley. C, Slocum
P. Kiluer. M. Nelson. L. Gienzer. L
Leach. W. Lee, B. Barber. K, Fellows
Rvrtzert, 'Fliirci row, left to rnzlit: S
Wenzel. P. Pt-reazoy. S, Swett. M, Snreent
oncl row, left. to rxszlitj D. Glen-ter, S
Stokes, B, Oldenkump. D. Reynolds. P
rizzht' C. Taber. K. Henson. V, llutluf-on
G Se-ihert. J, Horner, A. Witelier.
sur. D. Reynolds. Mrs. Rice. adxxser. D
Rllfey. P. Klluer, L. Bishop. K. Root, H
Sehunter. J. Mason. Front rowi V
Hndueon. O. Hightower. G. Stewart, B
Parker, M, Defoe. J, Gubser. K. Jensen
Formed as a recreational group two years ago, the Latin Club has had .1 varied life. Activities in 1950-Sl
centered largely around two parties, one held in the fall at the high school, the other in the spring. The spring
meeting served as a Combination picnic and initiation Ceremonv for new Latin Club members. A student must
have had one semester of Latin to qualify for entrance to the group.
'I he Spanish Club meets once .1 month under the leadership of Carol I-Ieusser, president, and Mrs. Rice, .td-
viser. The purpose of this club is to promote good will and friendship between Latin America and the United
states. In these meetings the members learn about their Mexican neighbors, and also learn some of their songs.
Some highlights have been the Spanish Christmas party, which was held at school, and was conducted like
.1 true Mexican holiday. The main feature was the breaking of the pinata, a paper bag stuffed with candy, fruit
and nuts, and tied high in the air. The members were blindfolded and turned loose with .1 stick, with one
thought in mind-to break the bag.
The week of April 14 a Pan-American Day Assembly was held at school. lt contained solos, music, and .1
Pan-American travelogue, presented by Mrs. Rice.
In May, a party followed by social dancing was held at .1 member's home.
This has been a busy year for the Spanish club, yet one of fun.
G. lrluazlison. Mr, Anderson. adviser. Sec-
Seihert. C. Anderson. Front row. left to
SPANISH CLUB Buck row. left to t'1:.ll!.:
C, lleus-ser. S. Stokes, R. Tolil. S. Ed-
ORDER OF THE "T"4Back row, left to right: B. Riggert, C, Heusser. F. Kenyon. B. Dentel. P, Hatch. J. Paul, Third
row to. left to right: D, Gienger, K. Hahn, J. Schroeder. J. Robertson. A. Schlappi. J Moors, Second row, left to right:
E Goldman, D. Johnson. D, Van Cise. D. Peoples, K. Fel oss, F.1'st row, left to rieht: L. Gienger, R. Lundy, J.
Streeter, Mr. McKeel, A. Goldman, E, Gilbert. L, Bishop, D. MeCool.
President, Bob Dentelg Vice President, Frank Kenyong Secretary, Phil Hatchg Treasurer, Phil Hatchg Ad-
viser, Mr. McKeel.
The Order of "T" is an athletic honorary society set up primarily to encourage and enhance high school
Requirements for memberships are the earning of one letter in a major sport, scholastically eligible, and
undergoing a formal initiation.
Other duties within the school of the Order of "T" members are numerous. Some of them are: set ex-
amples in school citizenship, discourage damage to school properties, maintain order in hall and on stairways,
and encourage athletic participation. -lVar1'c'fz True
Under the leadership of adviser Mr. Turbyne and Chief Scotty Tate, the Tilla-Hi smoke eaters did an ex-
ceptionally good job in setting time records for clearing the building during fire drills.
During the year each of the boys was assigned to a certiin post and when the fire bell rang it was their
duty to get to their post as quickly as possible and man an extinguisher if necessary.
Throughout the year the students cooperated very well in practicing fire drills.
FIRE SQUAD-Left to right. back row: R, Gibbens, P, Hatch. J. Robertson, A. Goldman. A. Schlaiupi. M. Ripley. Second
row: W. Lee, G. Carnahan, B. Riggert, J'. Schroeder, J. Paul. E. Cook. D. Van Cise. D. Peoples, F. Bartlett. First row:
Mr. Turbyne. adviser, H. Randall, D. Effenberger. F. Kenyon. K. Fellows, J. Powers. D, Rush. F. Ripley, T. Rash,
C. Lamb. S. Tate.
K. Robinson. J. Wi-ber. K
Slnnkard. S Swett. J
Knrn. P, Drake. Z, Nyinnn
tel. P. Perf-eoy. M. Smith
Girls' athletics are sponsored by an association known as G.A.A. The club was formed for all girls who
are interested in sports. The officers for the year Were: President, Carol Chaseg Vice President, Dixie Batkeg
Secretary, Rosemarie Bennettg and Student Council Representative, Genevieve I-lughson.
To join this association each girl must have fifty points which are obtained by taking part in various
sports. From each class, teams are formed to take part in intramurals and to compete for the championship.
The association met on Monday nights for meetings and various sports. The required points to join are given
for accomplishments such as bowling, swimming, hiking and tennis.
The Tillamook High School Cheezettes
have been organized for a number of
years. They are looked upon as the ones
to show pep and spirit and to help lead
the loyal rooters at all games. The Cheez-
ettes met at noons and worked together
to prepare drills for each game and to
learn new yells.
The pep club consists of sixteen girls,
eight seniors and eight juniors, who are
chosen from the junior and senior classes
by the student body. The girls Wear white
skirts and bright red sweaters. The girls
present drills during the half-time periods
of both basketball and football games.
Under the chairmanship of Marion
Ffmith, they endeavor to present a short
pep assembly to the student body to
arouse pep and enthusiasm for coming
games. Before th: out-of-town games,
short send-off assemblies were held either
before the players left or during the after-
noon. The idea was to let the players
know the student body is behind them.
CHEEZETTES Back row L Stunkard. K. Tippin.
it Br-nnelt. V Lord. G Iluuhson. J. Karn. S.
Sur-tr. J Sniith. M Smith Left to right: J. Den-
zel. D. Gienger. J. Jossy. J. Haindel, J. Coon,
G A.A Left to riuht. see-
ond row: D. Ford. D. Bat-
kv. L Christensen. P. Aus-
inns, M, Tlllelt. C. Chase.
Tippin. G. Huuhson. H.
Bennett. J. S ni 1 t li. L.
First row Miss Milura. B.
Cook. L, Anderson. I. Zuer-
eher. D Gienuer. J Hain-
del. M. Wilkerson. J Den-
M. Sairuc-lit. anti A 1 i e e
Tov ro left to Flhhl J Snnth Schroeder G Huehson D Nor
rls D Robmson Second vw left to right S Svsett D Pallln
e1e P Pereeos J Pant, orn Tnrd rovt 1 t to r1Q. It
Hatch D Gelneer J Karn M Nelson Fourth row left to rlght
P Drake L Stuukard L Lundy R Bennett
Uemdent, Don Norms, XILL lxesndent, om IlI1L,lJ0lIl, Seeretlry, Rosemzrne Bennett, Treasurer, Geneueve
Hughson, Honor Roll Keeper, Shlflty Swett, Student LOUHLll Rep Milton Nelson, Aduser, Brett Stuart
Two IITIPILSMNL ttpplng eeremomes ushered ln the lelehnv umor md Senlor elndldates to the Phllokalon
ehapte of the NlTl0nll Honor Soeletx Asplrints ire ehosen the four standards Charac
ter, S holushnp Letdershlp md Seruee Only a smlll p leen' ge of the top students are ellglble for eonslder
iI10ll md must neet rll four sterlmg qUlllIlLS m the op mon 01 the members and a spccxal faculty eounell
h OLILIX ns honorary nts man purpose bexna, to reeognlze top students, gnmg
y the members on
thes students 1 better ehlnee for eollege seholsmrshlps by benng mem ers ns 1
ments A speeul SOLILIV seholushlp IS offered to senlors 1 smxll pereemtxge of NSl1lLl'l lre allowed to Compete
wlth otnel sehools for the SLl10lllSl'llpS
IX: one knows who I5 to be tlpped, exe pt the leluser
The eelemony ion lI1LlULllOll ns m rmpzessne one 4
l t bodx 1ppl1uds to honor eleh mehud
As the new l11Ll'l1lJelS ue txpp el Ind led to the plltform, the entne stueen
ull hlhe elndnelltes ue pledged to upohld these stmduds Il ull tunes, mel to not Allow thelr grade uerages
to drop below the S6 9 stlneluel for eonsleleratlon A gu st spelleer th' n brmgs 1 txmely messnee to the entxre
mbels of the ehupter hlvc nude fme 'nules m thcrr lnes, ind stqnd as examples to these
outst 1d1ng students preplrmg for Sll1'llllI' endeaxors
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HI-Y-Left to riuht. back row: D. McCool. P. Kilger. B, Thomas. F. Kenyon, J. Moors. J, Paul, P. Hatch, J. Schroeder.
D. Peoples. Mr. Gardner. First row: D. Norris, E. Goldman, B. Riuizert R. Ashby, K. Hahn, J. Streeter, D. Effen-
berger, A. Goldman, F. Ripley.
TRI-HI-Y--Left to right, second row: S. Swett, C. Chase, S. Edgar, P. Peretzoy, L. Lundy. C. Tabor. K. Jensen, K.
Tinpin. L. Stunkard, L. Christensen, C. Heusser, B. Cook, D. Pallin. J, Paneborn, Mr. Gardner. First row: M. Smith.
J. Smith, J. Karn, M. Sargent, J. Haindel. D. Gienger, J. Dentel, I. Chambers. Z. Nyman. C. Anderson, D. Oliver.
O. Hightower, J. Dolan, I, Zuergher, P. Hughart, M. Wilkerson.
H ' H
Men With A Purpose
The Hi-Y Club Started Out the 'ear with 1111 elCCtion of officers. President was Frank Kenvong Vice Presi-
dent, Don Norris, Secretary, Bob Riggertg Treasurer, 141:14 Streeterg and Danny Peoples, Chaplin.
The boys have had some difficulty this year with so many activities interfering with their club work.
However, several joint meetings were held with Tri-Hi-Y.
jackie Streeter and Almon Goldman were elected delegates to the Oregon Youth Legislature which was
held May 11.
"Girls With A Purpose"
President, Louise Christensen, Vice President, Zoe Ann i'xym.1ng Secretary, Inamae Zuercherg Chaplin, Jo-
anne Dolan, Adviser, Mrs. Nyman.
Tri-Hi-Y finished its third club year with thirty-five members.
Karen Jensen and Charlotte Tabor represented the club at the Youth Legislature in Salem in April. They
were accompanied by the adviser, Mrs. Nyman.
The girls assisted in the annual Easter Sunrise Service by arranging the program that was given.
MASQUE AND GAVEL
Back row. it-ft to right: L. Stunkard. P, Pereeoy.
K, Jensen. C, Taber. S. Swett. K, Tippin. Mr.
Medley. adviser. D, Norris. P, Seibert. J, Horner.
G. Huzlisoii, M, Smith. C, Heusser, P, Hughart.
"TQ BE GR OT TO BE"
The two drama clubs were under the able leadership of Kay Tippin, Thespians, and Don Bales,
lfootlights, this year.
The two groups co-operated with each other in the presentation of their annual play: "Night
of january 16." The play was well accepted by the public and its receipts made possible a ban-
quet at the end of the year.
Quite a number of the drama enthusiasts took part in radio skits this spring. "XVe Know
A Poe Story," became a familiar program in the Tillamook home through their efforts.
"LE D YOUR EARSM
President, Don Norrisg Secretary, Marion Smithg Student Council Representative, Kay Tip-
pin. Pledge: "We pledge ourselves to be better citizens through the interest o Speeci.
The speech club was more active this year than ever before.
They went to McMinnville for the 20th Annual Tournament of Champions and Paula Hugh-
art placed third in Oratory.
They journeyed to Forest Grove, November 10-11 for the 2nd Annual Pacific Forensic In-
vitational Meet. Kay Tippin and Paula I-Iughart reached the Semi-finals in Oratory.
This club is one of the younger ones in sch mol but is steadily growing, and is gathering some
laurels for Tillamook High School.
Back row, left to rizht: Mr. Whitney. adviser. C. Heusser. G. Huehson. R.
Bennett. J. Jossy. M. Neison. K. Tippin. J. Schroeder. M. Smith. D, Norris.
L. Christensen, D. Bales. S. Swett. D. McCoo1. D, Var1Cise. D, Rarey. P,
Pereg0y- Mr, Tens. Principal. First row: M, Wilkerson. D. Pallin. J, Pang-
born. L. Stimkard, B, Cook. P. Hatch. S. Tate. S. Weigel. S. Edgar. and
Left to right. head table: D. Peoples. B, Cook. L, Christensen. Mr, Whit-
ney. D, Bales, S. Swett. D. VanCise. I. Z-uercher, First table. left side:
R. Bennett. G, Hughson. D, Norris. M. Booth. S. Rice. J. Streeter. P.
Pere-soy: right side. J, Rueh. P, Drake. P. Jones, J, Jossy. M. Wilkerson.
D. Gienger. D, McCoo1. L Stuukard, Second table. ieft side: C, Heusser.
D. Rarey. S, Weieei. M, Nelson. L, Quick. H. Wyss. L, Bishop: right side.
J, Haindei. K, Hahn. P, Pereaoy. B, Rxizyxert. K, Tniviii. R, Ashby. Third
table. left side: J, Schuster. N. Matheny: rihgt side. A, Goldman. S, Edgar.
Left to rizht. back row' A, Goldman. E. Goldman.
B. Dentel. R. Ashby. D. Norris. Third row: M.
Webb. D. Peoples. D. VanCise. M. Hitt. SeCO11d
roxy: J. Dolan. acconipanist. H. Vt-ldhuisen. N.
Ferry. F Bartlett. First row, A Maddinz. M.
Nefson. N. Matheny. Mr Mabee. director.
Participating as a single unit and in c0mbinatiOn with the girls' chorus, the boys' chorus presented a variety
of music in the 1950-51 school year. Because this was the third year that there has been .1 male vocal group.
the acquired experience has raised the standard of their performances and of the entire music department. This
has resulted in a greater degree of enjoyment by all public groups before which the boys' group appeared.
Tivo appearances with the girls' group at the beginning of the year, and again in a Christmas program were
first on the schedule of events. Various appearances before the local Lions and Kiwanis clubs, the annual pre-
festival concert in which all festival numbers are presented, and their appearance as a group and with the mixed
group at the District Music Festival at Newberg completed their busy year of vocalizing.
Approximately fifteen members participated under the excellent direction of Delmar Mabee. head of the
high school music department.
The Girls' Chorus this year has gone far. The most spectacular performance of the year was the Christmas
program. The music director again this year was Mr. Delmar Mabee.
A tall concert was presented by the chorus and was received very well by everyone who attended.
Girls' chorus is a selective course. One credit is given for it just as one credit is given for a required course.
The girls sing popular songs for a diversion but usually stick to more formal songs.
At this writing the girls are practicing for the District Music Contest which will be held April 21. at
The girls' chorus has been a great help to Tillamook High School through their many fine performances.
Left to riuht. fourth row J Smith. R. Bennett. G
Ifiiuhson. J Weber. C Heusser. C Makinster. M
Smith. S Suett. J Dolan. D Burke. K Robinson.
S Wyss Third row J Ruch. J. Coon. J. Wald-
kirrli. J Jossy. J Horner. B Wyers. A, Jensen. M.
'l'.l1t-tt. J Lucas. Second row B Denton, J Cross.
U Muller. B. Parker. M Flores. L. Kimball. D.
King. I Kimmel. J. Kalinowslcy. Mr Mabee, First
row L Novvlin. M. Dt-foe. I. Chambers. C Ander-
son. J. Stewart, O. Hightower. F Mayes, M, Vasey,
HERE COMES THE BAND
The Tillamook High School Band had a very interesting year under the direc-
tion of Mr. Mabee. They were present for all the home football and basketball
games, and the football game at Astoria. The band also played at the intermissions
of most plays.
Mr. Mabee accompanied by Bill Dentel, Dave Effenberger, Merlin Ellis, and
Back row, left to right: D. Bran-
ham. J. Parker. M. Markee, V.
Fletcher. A, Madding. C. Holsey,
Mr. Mabee. director. D. Bobell, P.
Seibert. D. Wall, L, MeCool, L.
Lundy. D. Peoples. V. White, M.
Gilbert, L. Leach, J. Proctor. E.
Gilbert. Second row, left to rieht:
D. MeCool. R. Han, M. Ellis, S,
Johnson, R, Fisher, B. Cook. N.
D Pailin. J. Gilbert, S. Weigel, N.
Olson. L. Mcvay. E. Flvlcilefi C-
Chase. First row. left to ritlhli D.
Mahurin, G. Sauey. S. Weigel. L.
Sheldon johnson went to the state-wide band clinic at Tigard, October 28. The
entire band entered the District contest at Tigard on April 18.
This delightful singing group was organized last year,
and aside from a few omissions and additions the group is the
same. It was formed as a class to present entertainment when-
ever called upon and to give those girls interested in group
singing, a chance to participate.
TRIPLE TR IO
Back row: J. Smith, R. Bennett. C. Anderson. B, Parker, C. Taber, G.
Hughson, M. Vasey, M. Smith. S. Swett. Front row: L, Novvlin, musician,
The mixed ensemble is combined occasionally but is not
in the regular daily schedule of practice.
This group took part in the Thanksgiving, Christmas and
Spring Festival programs.
Mr. Delmar Mabee, music director, expresses his hopes
that he can get together a mixed ensemble next year, as they
were well accepted by the public.
TRIPLE TRIO AND BOYS' GROUP
Second row. left to right: D, Norris, A. Goldman. D. Van Cise, D,
Peoples, N, lferiy. M, Nelson. N. Matheny. First row: L. Nowlin, C.
Anderson, B. Parker, J. Smith, R. Bennett, G. Huehson, M. Smith.
S. Swett. M. Vasey, and C. Taber.
ested although they were freezing.
'liliei' dd a good job, They were
out-of-town games and ably adap-
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iiot always happy qwho could be
fn ilit- rainy, but made their pro-
Q-:cis proceed with hard work.
Although it was sometimes dif-
lfcult, the girls were at all of the
rt--.I their yells to all conditions. FIRST SEMESTER YELL LEADERS-'fLt'ft to miie J, Kiiiiiwwski, 1. Kimmel. v. Mauniia
The spirit of Tilla-Hi began
its rise at this time and continued
lo the end of the year.
MAJORETTESf-Left to right: P, Seibert, L, Lundy. L. MCCOOI, J. Bobell.
STANl,' SCCO"D SFIMESTLR YELL LFADERS -Left to rieht Frank KPNYOH- KPl1Uf"-ll
IHMX-I-ING QJY A TIN CANH Hahn. Jack Strt-mer. A'nioii Goldman,
Tilla-Ili tried something .1 little differ- I
em this year: lfour boys took over the
spirit of the school, providing original and
l-umzrrous yells during the basketball sea-
Ki-mit. lieltie, lfrank and Almon have
ik--fi lizrd. and the spirit of the student
1' i l' has tom: up .1 great deal since Sep-
::mlxi'. Tillamools now has a eheeri
'Lion to be proud of.
The lmjqs handled several pep assemblies
:nil put on EWU amusing skits, proving
l'lf.:::i -oli lligh was right in changing to
ljilff iell leaders.
left to right thrrd row I Smrth R Bennett T Wade Hughsoq S Stem Sgcgnd row M Rlpley B Dentel
D van Cise D Peoples M Nelson T Turley H Wyss N Matheny First row R Rxggert V Hud eon J Schroeder
D McCool P Peretoy D Bales P Smith L Stunkard 11, Fetcher P Hatch J Schuster S Weigel S Tate L
Brshop S Edgar G Carnaha Fore round D Norrrs B Hart M Wrlkerson
Student Body Play
THE MAN WHQ CAME T0 DINNER
Thirty frxe students participated in one of the largest ca ts rn a student body play ever to be presented at
Tillamook high Don Norris cast as the portly Sheridan Whiteside had the most difficult role rn tht entire show
had never been used at Tillamook
Outside Work was very good The student staff consisted of Student Director, Shirley Swett, Stage Man
ager, Martin Ripley Properties Chairman, David Rarey, Costumes Chairman, Donna Pallm, Mfrke up Chairman
Kay frpprn, Business Manager, Louise Christensen, Advertising Man1ger, joan Pangborn, Programs, Avis Wit
Cher, and Ushers, Footlrghts Club
The Faculty Staff Direction, Donald Whitney Staging and Lighting, john Turbyne, Costumes and Make
up Verle Saucy Publicity, Norman Anderson, Programs Vid1 Abrams
The play, a comedy rn three acts, started when Whiteside Ialls and fractures hrs hip on the front porch of
the Ernest W Stanley residence He then proceeds to take over the house, forcing the Stanleys to lrwe like board
ers rn their own home Whiteside during his stay brings in his strang friends and about drrxes hrs nurse
crazy He finally recovers he finds that hrs injuries were not as great as he had rmagrnedj and rs about to leave
the Stanley home He gets out the front door by hrms lf but there le falls and really frrcturts hrs hip this
time as the shovn comes to an end
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MEET ME IN ST LOUIS
Tht umor Cllss prtsentttl the three att musltxl comedy Meet Me In St Louxs, on vnulry 18 1nd 19
It xx s tlone arena style
Tht C1st1n3, of thxs play had sevtral problems fhe mam btmg a C1t to pl1y Lady Babble One was finally
found, hoxxextr Tht fxndlng of someone to do the smgxng wxs ilso quite 1 p oblem, but Chxrlott T1ber came
to tht rescue here
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xx 15 pllxttl bx D nny Peoples, Lon, the oldest son by Bob Rnggert, Duffy 1 m ek httle yes man, ackle
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Foothghts Thesplan Play
NIGHT GF JANUARY 16
'lhe Footlnght Club and Thespnan Group N0 934 presented thelr annual play to the pubhe March 15 and
16 lt was The Nlght of January 16th the story of a murder trnal A jury of twelve was selected from the
aud1enee to owe the fmal verdict of gullty or not guilty for ach perform nee The attendance Thursday mght
was f nr Frlday nlght however the house was fxlled
The plot was about Karen Andre fSh1rley Swett, who xx as on trnal for the mysterlus death of Bjorn Faulk
ner her former employer and lover The two of them had 1 notorxous background of swmdlmg and forgery
An xmportant vutntss agamst Mlss Andre was the W1dOW of Mr Faulkner Nancy Lee Faulkner fC1enev1eve
blows qulte frequently concernmg thelr two chents
A number of wntnesses kept the audnence supplied wnth laughs They were Dr Knrkland Don Bxles
Mrs Iohn Joseph rlutchms Vlolet Hudgeon Homer Van Fleet Jxelue Streeter Elmer Sweeney jnm Schuster
jane Chandler Rosemarne Bennett Magda Swenson Sal lv Ed ar ohn Graham Wntfleld Dan Peoples S1gurd
Junquns Leonard Blshop Larry Regan Scotty Tate and Roberta Van Rensselaer Marlon Smith
If IS mterestlng to note that the xerdxct both mghts were dnfferent Thursday n1ght the jury vuth Mayor
Harrs lrlhott as foreman voted eleven to one for acqultal I-rxday evemng the jury under the suptrvmon of
judge Otto Effenberger foreman added a httlt comedy of nts own They decxded the evndence pomted toward
acqu1ttal but because Karen Andre wasnt gullty the nxght b fort they voted guxlty Mr Efftnberger how
ever mlsunderstood and gave the wrong verdlct Therefore the jury had o go out and ruote The final ver
duct was gu1lty of murder 1n the flrst degree
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Approximately one hundred juniors
and seniors and guests met at Wilsoim
school April 13 for the annual junior-
senior banquet. A committee of junior
mothers did the cooking for the excel-
lent ham dinner. Sophomore girls decked
out in long Centennial type dresses
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one of the sponsors. caught here the
male quartet singing lustily on "Swing
Low Sweet Chariot," part of the en-
"HAIL TO THEEU
"Hail to Thee! Queen Rosemarie
1st of Tillamook High."
Beauty and grace ruled together at
the junior-senior Prom April 13 when
Rosemarie Bennett was crowned queen
of the 1951 Prom. The scene was the
Officers' Club at the Naval Baseg the
theme, "Old Fashioned," in keeping
wirh the 1951 Centennial in Tillamook.
Ruling with the Queen were Crown
Princess Dottie Ford, and Princess
Louise Christensen. Royal escorts are
Arnold Schlappi, to the left, and Mar-
tin Ripley to the right. Bob Dentel,
escorting the queen, not pictured.
Don Adamson,s band from Oregon
State College provided the rhythm.
Dance and entertainment scenes from the 1951 junior-Senior Prom.
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" " SQUAD FCDQTBALL
Tilla-Hi's Cheesemaker football squad climaxed their most successful season in
many years with a convincing Z4-1-4 victory over the Taft Tigers. This closed the
tolorful campaign with a total of five wins, one tie, and two meager losses.
Coach Larry McKeel, in his third year as head mentor, fielded a better team than
in his previous years. He was ai-.led by assistant Coach Bob Medley, and received
some unexpected help from Herb johnsrud, history teacher. Although not con-
tracted to coach, johnsrud acted iii the capacity of line coach.
lfranlt Kenyon was the outstanding individual performer throughout the season.
Ifrank, who played all the backfield posts at one time or another, punted, passed and
ran 'em. He finished with a total of 70 points to his credit.
As a whole, the team scored 210 points to I07 points for all the various oppon-
ents. That 103-point margin over iheii rivals, shows that the victories weren't flukes.
The 1950 team reacted far b..-tter before the home crowd than on trips. Their
schedule of five home games to '.hr:.e road clashes helped their home-performing tend-
ency. They were never defeated at home, but sustained one tie on Liberty Field, that
against Central High.
Only seven seniors will depart at graduation. The backfield will be little dam-
aged. while the forward line loses many first-string performers. The many talented
subs are expected to fill the gaps and build the prospects into another fine eleven.
Ifverett Krostag was voted most valuable player. He was a dependable tackle, al-
ways rugged, and was the sparltplug of the line. Although only a junior, he will be
ineligible next season because of age, and brings the total of departing players to eight.
L, Bishop. C. D. Van Clsf-. E. J, Sfreeter. G. E. Goldman, F.B, L. I-Iolsey. OB.
J. Paul. G. li. Leainon, T. A. SCIIIHDDL C. A. Sutton. G. F. KCIIYOH- FB
Tillumook's Rampaging Cheesemakers in Action in the 1950 Season
1951 FOOTBALL SEASON
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Anyone who lms ever been in .iny association
xxitli .ltliletic reams of .tny kind will know Ll1.1L
tlie work of tlie l1l.lll.1gCl'S is extremely iniportantg
in fact, it can lv: said tlmt tlie sqtmtl cannot func-
tion XK'4ll'lOLlf its inginngers, .mtl they get little
glory for their work. Phil llntcli and -lnmes
bclmrocder were two of the "best."
Checking equipment, keeping score, aiding
tliose wlio were injured. .mtl generally helping to
licep up flue spirits .mtl morale of the players kept
these two boys busy in 1950.
FOCDTBALL f 1950
K. Fellows. HH.
E. Krosluzu. T, J. Robertson, HB. U. CHCIIZGF, H.B
R. Riggert. QB. K. Hahn. HB, J. Moors, E.
R. Stewart, HB.
R. Lundy, H.B.
D, Peonles. QB.
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Sutton, B. Durrfeldt. Second row: B, Montgomery. D. Wld nvr. K. Fellows. J. Neal, R. Mormnn, C. Lamb. P, Kilmer,
B Squad Football 1951
Nlthouglm the ,Illlln100lx B squld made no IITIPFLSSIXL retold ln vxmnmg., games they g med mueh needed
txperltntt md learned good sportsnnmhlp from Coleh Robert Medley
Ilzt boys dropped then' flrst gime of tht season to Wheeler 12 6 Then LOHIIHQ, blelx xn the next game
f l they plaud to 1 standstlll xuth the Afndemy 6 6 After losxng to Nestueei and forest Groxe the
Bmby ehtestmmkers mme blek to defeat the Academy 18 6 m thenr lxst gllllC of the season Larl Goldman,
Bud Glenger md Ron Stuxxrt dnd most of the scorlng for the squad Many of tht boys will play xnrsnts ball
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riizhi. L. Holsey. D Glen-
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B. D e n t e 1. D. McC0o1.
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left to riulit' D. Johnson.
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Tillamook Cheesemakers 1950 -1951
Basketball, in the Tillamook Cheesemaker's 1950-51 season, ended with only nine wins in a total of twenty-
The season was surel' unluck' when 'ood material and a ood coach were able to use their total of 988
1 P is 3
points to win only nine contests. A11 opponents together scored 62 points more than the Cheesemakers, their
total being 1051 points.
limb Dentel, experienced senior center, who earned his third varsity letter, led the scorers on the ten-man
squad with 211 points in 23 games, an average of 9.4 points per game. The eleven others who were at various
times on the ten-man squad follow: Bob Riggert 153, Earl Goldman 148, Doug McCool 133, james Schroeder
120, Phil Hatch 79, Darwin johnston 36, Dick Lundy 29, Danny Peoples 20, Lawrence Holsey 19, Ron Ash-
by 19, and Dick Clienger 16.
At times, the squad showed signs of brilliancy. Their most commendable deed of the season was stopping
Taft,1ast undefeated Oregon High School who had 16 straight victories, with a 34-32 win in a highly de-
fensive game in which Tillamook took the lead in the final four minutes of play.
Their schedule was .1 Friday and Saturday night affair, .ii which Tillamook split almost every series, win-
ning one and losing the other.
ln their try for a state tournament berth, they lost their first three district 10 games, and to save face.
won over Seaside in their last try 42-35.
Bob Dentel, 211 pts. Bob Riggert, 153 pts. Lawrence Holsey, 19 pts. Darwin johnson, 36 pts. Doug N1cCool, 133 pts
1950 - '51 SCHEDULE
Tillamook 3 3
Tillamook 5 1
Points 98 8
Tilla Catholic Hi
Dick Lundy, 29 pts.g james Schroeder, 120 pts.g Earl Goldman 148 pts Dicl Gienger 16 pts Phil Hatch 79 pts
TILLAMOGK "BH SQUAD
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Seeond row, left to right: B. Rlggert., L. Leach. J. Schuster. K. Hahn. C. Dye, J. Robertson. J. Schroeder, D, Peoples.
Flrst row: Coach MeKeel. D. Mayer. B. Geineer. D. Lundy. D. Bales. A, Madding and N. Olson.
Under the stimulation of major sport recognition, Track took on laurcls in 1951.
The Tilla-Hi track team had their first glimpse of competition when they met with Astoria and Seaside in
a tri-angle meet held at Seaside on Friday, April 13. Many of the Tillamook boys took top honors in most of the
events held. james Schroeder took first place in the 100 and the 220 yard dash. Ken Hahn took first in the shot
put. Joe Robertson bettered his opponents in the high jump and Bob Dentel took first place in the javelin throw.
However, in the Hayward relays, held at Eugene on Friday, April 20, the boys didn't do as well. Their
best showing was taking fourth place in the sprint relay.
Two other track meets were scheduled but at the time of this writing, the results were not yet known.
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Second row: J. Schroeder, E. Goldman. D. Geinger, L. Halsey, E. Gilbert. W. True, B. Phillips. B, Thomas. Coach Med-
ley. First row: J. Gilbert, J. Johnson. D. Peoples, K. Hahn, R, Ashby. B. Riegert, F. Ripley, D. Yancey. T. Rash. manager.
The Tillamook Cheesemakers had their first year of baseball as a major sport this year of 1951.
At the time this story was written, the Cheesemak ers had won their first three games with Garibaldi, twice,
and Taft. Astoria was the first team to defeat them, 10-7. Astoria lead the game all the way but the Cheese-
makers made a threatening charge by a six run rally.
There were two home runs for them, one by Bob Riggert in the Garibaldi game and the other by W'arren
True in the Astoria game.
1951 Schedule at Time of W1'iting
Tillamook .... 7 3 ..... ............. G aribaldi Tillamook ............ -..- 7 10 ...... .... A sroria
Tillamook .... 17 0 ..,.. .... G aribaldi 1- l
Tillamook .. 3 2 ..... .... T aft Total runs 34 15
' I TRAMURALS
ALL STAR VOLLEYBALL CHAMPS
The eight girls that were chosen to play on the all-Star
volleyball team early this year, were chosen for sportsmanship,
fairness and their ability lo play.
The All--Star players were chosen one from each of the
eight volleyball teams. They were chosen by their fellow team
mates. They played the klunior High School and won by a
The team is composed of two Seniors. three juniors and
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GIRLS' BASKETBALL CHAM PIONS
The Baslaettes captured the girls' intramural basketball
champfonship March 14 by defeating the Amazons in the
final game of the double-eliminntion tournament.
SENIQR BOYS' CI-IAM PIONS
The senior boys' champion basltetball team had Al very
successful season for no games were lost except to the rough
faculty team. The boys won every one by Ll very high score,
despite the short playing time. These champions picked an
original name, "The Neverwasersf'
ALL STAR VOLLEYBALL C
HA M PS
Lrft to riehtz M. Vasey. S, Swett. C. Chase. B, Mm-1
lor. V. Aiiiflllllii. J. Karn and C. Taber.
CI IAMPION VOI.I.l2YBAl.L
I.:-It to riuht. back row. P. Huuhzirt.
B. Cook, L
Svuiniirci. J. Karn. K Tippin. D Burke. Z Nymzlu
Mrs! IOVV. J, Dentel. I Zuerelxer. J.
Wilkerson. B. Oldvnkzixnp.
Li-ft to rluht: K. Fellows. C, Slocum. A.
Moors. N, Ferry, B. Thomas. F. Kenyon.
Top ROXVQ THIRD ROW:
Cvoofin' off again.
Sft-1'-e-t-c li, slugeer!
Ltrnne on team, let.'s go!
Jr-st thinkin' of you. sittin'
Ya don't say!
Pretty lawn swine!
Naaah to you. too!!
It was simhly too. loo devine!
on this here rock, 5
Get quiet. now. I have a lot to tell you!
In which fish market did you
Oops. you'1'c gonna fall!
You know it!
One of the boiler room boys.
Modern art .... or something
Fritz and Emil.
Iut 'er there!
I still don't get it,
The princess and the paupers.
It's been mood ta know ya.
A pretty smile from Mrs. Williamson.
Ot course you can take it, but
LIBERTY JR. I-HGH
1951 marks the last year on the calendar that
Tillamook will have a junior high. Our junior brother
merges with the high school next fall. A larger
student body. a larger faculty and a new school prom-
ises great things for all classes. Meanwhile, the 1951
students at Liberty junior High are represented by
the pages following. They will bring their clubs and
interests to the new high school, and will undoubted-
ly be pictured there in next year's Kilchis.
-IUNIOR HIGH FACULTY
Left to rizht. back row: Mrs. W. Beck. Social Studies: Mr.
H. Larson. Math. Science: Mr, Don Spearinsz. Math.. Sci-
ence: Mr. L. Williams. Math.: Mr. B. Swanson, boys' P.E.
and Conch: Mr. D. Thomas. Math.: Mr. Harold Shepherd,
Principal: Mr. J. Watkins. Social studies. Front row:
Miss Dessie MeClay. Enezlish: Miss M. Parrish. eirls' PE.:
Miss J. Lloyd. Science: Mrs. Erma Gilbert. En':lish: Miss
D, Smith. Art: Mrs. L. Reynolds. Enzlishz Miss E. Chap-
man. L'brary. Vocations.
STUDENT COUNCIL LIBERTY JUNIOR
From row. left to rivht: John Bishop. Russell Parker.
Harvey Fritcher. Robert Fitzgerald. Ken Johnson, Robert
Spencer. Jerry West, Don Hellebuyck. Ramie Hawkins.
Second row, left to rieht: Karen Fisher, Laverne Tlties-
sen, Jean Quick, Sharon Nichols, Rodney Norris. Cornell
Coats. Marie Dempsie. Carol McMinimee, Beverly Peder-
sen. Jackie Brown. Darlene Norman.
STUDE NT BODY OFFICERS
Left to right: 1First semester officersl, Linda McCool.
vice president: Jeanie Nyman. secretary: Sheldon John-
son, treasurer: Jerry Johnson, president Knot picturedr.
fSecond semester ofiicersb, Ron Stewart. president: Phyl-
lis Foes, vice president: Donna Cornett. secretary.
STUDENT COUNCIL - 1951
This group of school officers met regularly to discuss and vote on nmtters pertaining to school life. As
duly elected members of the student government, their responsibility was great and they fulfilled it well.
STUDENT BODY OFFICERS
Meeting regularly with the council and lending the school in .ill .iff.iirs put in their control, these students
have successfully carried out their offices for the school year. These lt-.iders may well pl.1n on representing their
classes in the new high school of 1951-52.
Back row. left to right: D, Curl. G. Crenshaw, R. Hawkins. R. Norris. Middle row, left to right: E. Schroeder, M.
Lupher. G. Tippin. G. Saucy. C, McMinimee. G. Large. J. Quick. S, Nickols. Y. Dumrow. J. Markwart. J, Neiman, L.
Ilzxtke, D. Cornett. M, Olson. Front row: S. Phillips. S. Lamb, K. Fisher. L. Theissen. L, McCool. L, Halliburton. D. Norman,
The school letterman's club is a service organization. It honors worthy students by presenting them with a
scholarship letter for 200 points earned, and a gold pin for earning 400 points. The letterman's club also gives
a gold certificate to those earning 100 points. The club this year has sponsored the honor roll seen in the hall
every six weeks. A party was held at the end of the year which was made possible by having sponsored a
dance. The club has had a very successful year.
JUNIOR HIGH NINTH GRADE
Fifth row. left to right: R, Martin. R. Huston, J. Foss-
bind. C. Coats. J. Hatch. B. Hahn, W. Shuler. B. Sher-
wood. G. Rash. Fourth row: C. Harris, R. Hawkins, J.
Fourth row, left to right: M. Ashby. L. Burdick. G. Col- Madding. H. Maddinu. K. Tolil. W. Lofton. R. Johnson,
lins. S. Nichols. J. Pool. D. Walker. S. Palmer. Third row
B. Wilson. H. Youne, G. Large. L. Thiessen, K. Fisher, P.
McCool. P. Kauto. J. Brame. L, Willy. J. Mannila. Sec-
ond row: L. Anderson. L, Christensen. E, Lord. M, Olson,
Z D. Curl. D, Berry. D. Dentel. E. Dooley. J. Wiecks. Third
row: R. Newman. R. Montgomery, T. Lutz. R.. Stewart.
R, Norris. R. Graves. J. Johnson, J. Wallace. W. Rice.
L, Stratton. Second row: M, Killian. G. Werfs. W.
J. Markwart, J. Quick, M, Wyss. Y. Damrow. J. Dullin, J
Dullin, First row: M, DeVries, M. Lupher. S. Kidd. S.
Lamb, L. McCool. C. Bartlett, D. Cornett. S. Phillips.
P. Fogg. K. White. D. Mahurin.
Mason, J. Johnson, N, Sexton. D. Widmer. L. Langwell,
A. McDonald. K. Bell. First row: V. Hahn, R. Stevens,
K. Ebert, J. Bushy. C. Duerfeldt. B, Dentel. G, Crenshaw,
From left to right: Gillian Laine. Bmerly Smith. Jeanine Irwin. Darlene Nor-
man. Linda McCool, June Archer. Sharon Nicholas. Maryann Olson. Jenn Quit-k
Top rovi: Mtirynnn Olsen. Phyllis Foxx, Beverly Smith. Delores Blazer, Second
row: Jim Martin, Jim MeConnel. Red Spencer, Sheldon Johnson. Jim Conis.
Jim Burdick, Doc Williams. Gary Crenshaw. Joe Neal, Perry Melson, Ken
Ebert. Mr. Watkins. Kneeling. Elsxorth Walker, Bob Monteoniery. Howard
Fritcher, John Francis. Leslie Sehoonoyer. Jerry West. Ken Johnson, Charles
Johnson. Jack Culbertson.
Top row. left to rieht: lieverly Stockton. Beverley Patterson. Carol MeMinimet-,
Yvonne Damrow, Jean Mark'.1,'art. June Bush, Marie Dempsie, Vireinia l"letelie:',
Helen Randall, Bottom row, left to riuhtz Sharon Ward. Merla Luivher, Donna
Coriirtt. Beverly Smith, Mziryaain Olson, Jeanine Irwin.
The activities which the junior High School Girls' League have partitipated in this year are: mothers' tea,
boys' basketball banquet, ri mixer party and a Centennial festixal which took the place of the usual May Day
With the money earned through ice cream sales and the niagafine selling contest the girls have purchased
two record cabinets Costing 72 dollars and 18 pictures costing 020. Tliese pictures will hang in the halls and
class rooms of the Liberty building.
The girls have also carried on their "Girl of the Month" project throughout the year and helped with the
March of Dimes and Junior Red Cross.
This organization supervises all fire drills, cares for all fire equipment, and sees to it that all students are
out of the building in the shortest possible time when the fire bell rings. This group gave excellent Cooperation.
Tliese girls help Miss Chapman in the library by checking out books .it the desk, p ut tin g books away,
straightening up shelves, processing new book for circulation, and helping with what ever tasks need to be done.
Points are given the librarians for their help depending upon the time each works.
scHooL PATROL l
Left to rlght Earl Rund Everett Cutter Jean Rash Norma Neeley Marxlyn Rlce Beserly Pederson Kenneth Purune
Allan Barber .Jack Stlchler
Tne Lxberty School Patrol consmsts of seventh and enghth Grad pupils There IS a patrol captsun, heutenant,
and sergeant The patrol members use flags to gulde school pup1ls leross the street durmg the noon hour and af
ter sehool at mght Th1s year the members were glven flee passes to tht noon movles
fop rov le to rx ht M Lupher K Flsher L Burdxck Y Damrou J Pool B Smlth P Fo g D Cornett S Lamb
Mlss McClay aduser Bottom row left to right J Maddme K Bell C Coats D Dentel J Hatch R Stewart
D Berry G Cren han K Bedortha
lhls IS the flrst ind second semester group of the Llberty journahsm class The paper, Lnbtrty Llfe s
prmted every tuo weeks The paper IS glven to the Jumor H1,,h students and to each teacher Included 1n the
paper IS all news and g0SS1P These people, wlth the help of Mxss McClay, hare had a very successful year
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art ln tht Stmm Hugh band Thur bnggtat projut thus Will' rms phymg for the 1950 Lhnstmas program
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JUNIOR HIGH CHORUS
Back row, lc-it to right. B. Bushong. E. Posterfield, E. Heller, B.
Matlieny, H, Randall, G. Weide. B. Reeder. C. Moore, J. Brame, T.
Renolds, Mr. Mabfe. S, Palmer. L. Batke, J. Irwin, J. Suter. V.
Fletcher. L. Stewart. J, Mayer, R. Zoug. First row. left to right:
A. Madeline, P. Huber. D, Woll, K. Johnson. B. Dixon, G. Hoffman,
B. Puress, A. Hopkins. B. Thomas, D. Hancock. D. Bobell, H.
Dt-Vries. S. Leach, L. Shaine. C. Peterson, L, Oliver, C, McMinimee,
J. Neal. G. Tippin. E. Martin, P. Barker, M, Smith, M. Fisher, M.
Trammel. .JL Galloway. E, Schroeder, G. Sherwood.
Left to riuht: Jeanine Irwin, Maryann Olson, Leiloni Batke. Gay
Tippin, Esther Schroeder, Jean Markwart, Yvonne Damrow, Susan
Lamb. Linda McCool, Beverly Smith.
LIBERTY ELEMENTARY BAND
JUNIOR HIGH CHORUS
The Junior High Chorus consisting of -I6 students was very active this year. They put on a Christmas
program singing traditional Christmas songs. They were also active in the May Day Festival.
Organized for the purpose of giving special singing instructions to those girls eager to sing, this group has
grown in popularity these two years. Under Mr. Mabee's supervision they sing regularly, and aim now at en-
tertaining any group requiring music. Fun and work go hand in hand with this famous singing nine.
Standine left to rfght: Mr, Mabee. director, S, Pollock, M. Chris-
tenscn. K, Dabney. Seated: A. Madding, R. Morrell, D. Lemery, B,
Pallin, G, Zuerclier, J. Bushonzz. M. Linch. G. Vantress, B. Douglas,
1951 CHEER LEADERS
Left to right: G. Tippin. L, Batke. S. Phillips and J. Erwin fnot Picturedl.
From left to right: Leiloni Batke, Beverly Smith, Linda McCool, Helen Randall,
Marjorie George. Greta Collins, Miss Parrish. Mardella Ashby. Margaret Stone,
Harriette Fisher, G. Blaser, Jeanne Nyman, Genevieve Saucy.
Back row, left to right: J. Goble, J. Dulin. J. Dulin, L, Ford, G. Large. S.
Nichols, B. Smith, L. MeCool. S. Lamb, P. Fogg. J. Nyman. G. Saucey. J,
Tohl. M. Olson. D. Cornett. Front row: G. Tippin, L. Batke, S. Phillivs.
1951 CI-IEER LEADERS
After trying out, these girls were elected to take over the cheer leading duties of the school. They faith-
fully attended all basketball games and gave the team a lot of support.
ALL STAR OLLEYBALL TEAM
Selection of this group was made by each intramural team from the eighth and ninth gradcsg three girls were
chosen from each team. Two games were played with the lligh School all-star team. Both games resulted in
close scores in favor of the high school girls.
These girls faithfully attended the Junior High Basketball games. They led cheers and cheered the the team
to victory or pepped them up after a loss. This is the last year for a junior High team or pep squad as they
are moving to the new high school.
Top: B, Monttyoxnery. B. Shuler. K.Toh1, J, Fossbind. G, Rush. Botloynz S. Johnson, Il. Hawkins. J. Hatch. D. Dentel, D. Berry.
unior High Basketball
This group is the Junior High School basketball lettermen. Both A and B squad had 1 rough season this
year, losing most of their games. They did their best, however, with the able help of Coach Swanson, against
the superior height and experience of the B Class high school they had to play. This group did very well con-
sidering they were inexperienced and this was their first year of organized league basketball.
Top row: Coaelx Swanson. B, Montsaoxnery. R. Haw
kins, D. Dentel, IJ. Berry, G. Rush. .J'. Hatch. B.
Shuler, C. Coats. J. Fossbind. K, Tohl. Manager:
Frcni row li Foisbind. S. Johnson. R. Fisher. J.
Neal. H. 1"rnc'her. B. Sutton, Not pxetured: J.
Jehnfoxi, C, Rieeert, J. McConne1.
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Going my way?
How about me, then?
So I says to her . . .
In the eool of the afternoon.
XY'hen urrlfl we eating?
Sel1ool's out! xvrlhlt bliss!
Very pretty pose!
Sharie and Gil.
Niee looking maple!
I-Iere's looking at you!
Pfft! ! !
Off we go . . . Ha!!
Ain't she sweet?
Are our eyes failing us?
Is it real?
Xliffhty bright sun, huh, Dotti
Anvhors Aweigh, Boys!
You're kind a cute yourself.
Not very intriguing!
Xlfho clit! that! !
I.oo!tin' the situation over.
Oh that hantlsonie Mr. Tong.
The man with the weird beard
Iirznltie and johnny 1u'rv sweethtxr s
Rnd for bed?
Tli.1t's our gal.
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