Tillamook High School - Kilchis Yearbook (Tillamook, OR)
- Class of 1956
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Business and Advertising
Standimlt li. Lofton, R. Emerson, J. Philips, U.
Gilman, J. Landolt. J. Rethlefrsen, IJ. Green-
way, K. Emer-on, J. Kzultto: sc-ntvil: J. Olel-
enkamp, D. Rawe, li, Smith. Kathy Pe-rshnll,
business munmzor, nb ent.
Editor ............ ...... C AROL MCMINIh1EE
Assistant Editor ...... ........, B ETTY Toi'
Business Manager . . KATHY PERSHALL Advertising Manager .. .... NA'fA1.ll41 EDGAR
Layout Editor . ...... BARBARA LOFTON Adviser ................. NORMAN ANnlaRsoN
Sports .. . GLENN RIGGERT, EDDIE MURIKAY
Production on the 1956 annual began early in the fall. Carol McMinimee, the editor, and her staff planned the
book as it is, accepted bids, and worked to meet the first deadline, early in 1956. Subsequent deadlines were success-
fully met and the book came out as scheduled in the spring of 1956.
The Kilchis was printed by the Tillamook Publishing Company. Pictures were provided by Dorian Studios.
Grace Shaw, senior, provided the cartoons for the Cheeseman, the colored figure on the division png-es and the theme
idea of the 1956 Kilchis.
Editing and Layout
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Cui-ol MeMinimee, Editor Standing: Ron Buel. Doris Good, Rosie Krostag, Grace Shaw. Glenn Rigpzert.
Norman Anderson. Sitting: Barbara Lofton, Betty Toy, Kathy Pershall, Carol
McMinimee, Sharon Craver.
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To the 1956 Kilchis staff, it has been an honor and a pleasure to produce an annual telling of this particular
school year. Not only were the staff members cooperative in helping produce the Kilchis, but so were the students as
a whole. This cooperation was true of the overall picture at Tillamook High School in the 1955-S6 school year. That
chiefly is the reason that the theme "spirit" was chosen for this Kilchis.
lt has been fun to goto school this year because of good attitude. linthusiasm reigned in all phases of school life.
XVe had just reason to be proud of our school and its activities. lfor the seniors this Kilchis will be the last record of
their high school days. Some of the pictures will be dimmed in their memories as they look back on these pages.
Many of the now familiar faces will be forgotten. but it will be unlikely that they will forget the spirit of the stu-
dents and faculty alike in their senior year. To the imnainder of the classes the staff hopes this hook will serve as an
iizcentiye for working even harder to improve our school, as well as a picture record of Tilla-l Ii in 1956-57.
Spirit is defined in the dictionary as enthusiastic lmyalty. This makes the term far retching and does not apply
only to yelling at .1 game, though a great deal of it is demonstrated at games.
loyalty to the school during the past year was expressssed also by the community. They, too made the 1955-S6
.zchool year one long to remember.
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ARCHIBALD PYE KARL ZWEIFEL
CHAIRMAN OF THE BOARD
DISTRICT 0. 9 DIRECTUBS
Five representatives of the people of the community, together with the superintendent and the school clerk, ad-
minister the educational policies, and create the budget for all schools in the district.
The seven meet on regularly scheduled monthly meetings - and frequently many special meetings-
to discuss administrative problems ranging from budget matters to hiring school personnel. As in past years, a serious
problem this school year was rising school population and the resulting building shortage.
This problem and others were met during the year and ably cared for.
The excellent spirit of the high school during the 1955-1956 school year was a source of pride to these people
who saw in it a reward for their own careful planning and efforts.
JACK HQRNBAQQK, PRINQIPAL.
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STUDENT C011 CIL
The Student Council is composed of a representative elected from each third period class. All business concerning
everyday problems connected with the functioning of a smooth program, and problems having to do with school activi-
ties are brought before this group.
This year as last year, the student council took over the Heart Fund Drive. Because of the outstanding work
shown by the students the example they set in this drive was followed by several other Oregon high schools.
Tillamook High School was one of the reasons the March of Dimes Campaign was such a success in Tillamook
county. Under the able leadership of President Ken johnson, a well balanced plan was worked out to be followed by the
classes in sponsoring their princesses and gathering contributions.
Standing left to right: R. Maehcn, R. James, J. Johnson, R. Lawson, bus. myzr.: K. John on, president: C. Bassett, vice-pres.: K. Pershall.
fre-as.: L. Hoffman. Sitting, hack row: A. Trotter. J. Ripka, N. Edgar, L. Krebs. M. Fletcher. M. Hulbert, S. Krake, R. Beeler, S. John-
son, B. Johnson. B. Dixon, M. 0l.on. Sittings, front row: B. Pruess, J. Rethiefsen, R. Lamh, B. Hudson, J. Landolt and N. Bone.
All officers, plus Al Trotter, Bette Johnson, and Bob Spencer attended the Region IV Conference held at Cor-
vallis High School in November.
Homecoming was under the supervision of the Council this yearg previously it was sponsored by the Pep Club.
Under the Student Body it was a much better planned, organized and publicized affair.
Something new begun by the Council in 1956 was to open all meetings with a prayer.
The officers should be commended for a good job well done.
The idea of selling booster tickets to both adults and junior High students proved to go ovcr well and swelled
attendance at games.
Summarizing the council had a busy but highly successful year.
One of the pleasantcr dutfes of the pro ident ia prvsirling' :I
Q assemhliezi. Ken intrndgcing ilu' Galntis, nlulzfl-rs, cllmvv,
K ICN JOHNSON
STUDENT BODY DFFICERS
JEANETTE TOHL ROY LAWSON KATHY 1'l'lRSIIAl.L
SUCFGUIFY Business Manager Treasurer
CLASS 0F 1956
Robert Spencer, the senior
class president, led the elle!
through I successful yelr
with the help of Richard
Christensen as vice-lIl'Cll1l0llh
Carol Loop as secretary and
Kay Smith as trenurer.
Their advisors were Mil!
Emilln Tschnnz and Mr-
This year's senior class was outstanding in their high school activities and scholastically and were the first class
to go completely through the high school-five years worth! Five years ago a small class moved from the junior high
school to the new Tillamook high school building to become known as "Little Eighth Graders." As the years passed the
class began to grow in numbers until it reached one hundred and over, to become one of the largest classes ever to
graduate from Tilla Hi.
Honors to the football team were many the past season with Jim Coats and Georg-e Mackey winning all state hon-
orable mention. Dick Plaep, Harvey lfritcher, Charles Bassett, Bob Spencer, Dale Wynia, Tom Gienger, Paul Willey,
Dick Phillips, Morry Smith, Terry Dooley, Gary Hoffman, Phil Boggs and Ken Allread were the other senior mem-
bers of the A squad team which took Tillamook into the state semi-finals playoff from the A-2 North Coast League.
Basketball co-captains, Red Spencer and George Mackey with Dick Plaep, Ken Johnson, Glenn Riggert, Harvey
Fritcher, Dick Christensen and Jim Coats saw plenty of action on the "A" squad.
In their junior year che Class of 1956 put on a prom to be remembered for its beautiful theme, "Garden in the
Rain." Also during their junior year the class established a new tradition at Tillamook High School with their Winter
Formal now called the Senior Ball. "Life with Father" was the dramatic effort of the class in 1954, and "The People
versus Maxine Lowe" in the fall of 1955 set records in popularity.
Individual honors to class members were numerous. Because of this and the record of the entire class their motto
was chosen as "We are great enough to be our own masters."
KFN M. ALLREAD
Now that I'm here, the party can
A Football. 2: A Track, 3: B
Football: Thcspiana, 3: Hunt-
ing and fishing, 3, Pres.: Order
of T, 2: One Act Play: Little
Theater: DeMolay, 3.
C RAYIJEN BERNARD
A lnrge but quiet man."
l'HI I.I.II' IIOGGS
l'hill'd up with fun."
A Football, 2: B Football: A Base-
ball, 3: B Baseball, 1: A Bavket-
ball manager: Tilla-Hi News Re-
porter: Order of T, 2: Social
Dancing, 2: Model Building.
'l'd rothcr talk about cars.
B Football: Wrestling: Stage Crew
Jr. Class Play: Hunting and Fish-
ing, 2: Woodworking, 2: Social
I I'I'I CARVER
'Dark of Hnir and D1-buna'r."
B Football: A Track, 2: AWres-
tling: A Goifz Hunting and Fish-
ing, 3: Chess Club: Social Danc-
ing: Stage Crew: Dellllolay, 2.
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"Personality is n handy thing tu
A Fwthnll. 2: B Basketball:
Tflck, 2: Sr. Class Play, 2: Jr.
CINS PIIY: S.B. Play! One Act
Play Contest: Order of T, 2: Stu-
dent Body Vice Pres.: Philoka-
Ions, 2: Little Theater: Footllghts:
Tl'lCSDians. 2: 'I'oastmaster'a,
"Sorry, sh:-'s xi one man woman."
Student Council: Service Club, 2:
Pep Club, 2: F.B.L.A.: Basketball
intra.: VolleyballIntra.,3: School
Publicity: Tri-Hi-Y, 4 Sec.. Vice
Pres.: Rainbow, 4.
Sr. Class Play, 2: F.H.A., 2: So-
cial Dancing: Interior Decorating.
"School is fun butfAh those Holi-
Golf Club: Boy'a Woodworking:
RICHARD CHRI STENSEN
"A mc-mber of thc 'I'.'Il.S. Globo-
AFootball Mgr., 3: A,B Basket-
ball: Thespians, 2: Jr. Class Play:
Sr. Class Play. 2: Student Body
Play: Vice Pres. Sr. Class: Man-
ager of Tilla-Hi News Bureau.
JAMES A. COATS
Jim without food is like Christmas
without Santa Claus."
B Football, 2: Frosh Basketball:
Baseball: A Basketball, 3: A
Football, 2: A Truck, 3: Jr. Class
Play: Hunting and Fishing, 2:
Golf Club, 2: Order of T.
CHARLES E. CURL
'Awzlys ready for adventure."
A Football: A Wrestling, 2: B
Football, 2: Hunting and Fish-
iniz, 2: F.F.A., 4: Photography, 32
Order of T, 2.
'Sinrur :mil definitely spiced."
Senior Class Play: Jr. Class Play:
Student Body Play: One Act
Play: Cheerleader: Song Leader:
Sr. Ball Chairman: F.T.A., 2:
G. League Treas.: Pep Club, 2:
'She shall have music wherever
Voice Ensemble, 2: Student Coun-
cil: Sr. Class Play, 2: Jr. Class
Play: Band, 4: Thespian, 3, Vice-
Pres.: Clarinet Qnartette: Philo-
kalons: Tri-Hi-Y, 2: Pep Squad,
2: G.A.A., 4,
"Little, but Oh My!"
Intramurals: Tri-Hi-Y: Interior
Decoratimr: Social Dancing, 2.
"Fun to be:xruun1l."
Girls Wondworkinlfi Social Dang
intl: Friends Christian Endeavor
"She hzul no trouble higilqing
Jr. Sr- lla-num-1: sr. nan Refresh-
ment Chairman: Social Dancinz:
Vw Squad. 2: I-uhm-ivy cum: 1-ri.
"'l'hc quiet rn:ln.'
Huntinx: and Fiehing Club.
A Football, 2: ll Football, 2:
Track: Wre tlinpr, Il: F.F.A., 2:
Order of T, Il.
"Who sziill, 'Gentle-nu-n jr I' 0 f 0 1'
Prom Comm.: G.A.A.: Tilla-Hi
News Staff: Tri-Hi-Y, 3: Home-
coming: Princess: Jr. Class Sec.:
Student Council, 4: Pep Club, 2:
B Yell Leader: Song Leader: A
Yell Leader: Kilchis Adv. Mllr.
EUNICE D. EDWARDS
Sure, I'll type that :tory."
ones N.-ver Flirtimr-JUS1 Gr-Him:
Intramurals: Interior Decoratinnt
Social Dnncinsr. 2: Tri-Hi-Y. 2:
.l r. Pep, 2.
Our fJl'll.!lll1ll Don Juan.
Vvrestling: Intramurals, 2: Student
Council: I-Act Plays. 3: Till!!-'Hi
News Reporter: Jr. Class Play-
A Nuturul Nurse."
Booster Rep. E.H.A.G., F,'l'.A.:
l.ender's Club, l: Service Club:
4-H Club, 6.
Lvl Me Tell You About that 'Slum'
A Football. 3: B lla-wketball, 1: A
Baseball, 4: Freshman Basketball
ll Football: Tilla-Hi News Report
cr, 2: Order of T: Little Theater
GARY S. ELBOW
"Gary, Blow that Stix."
B Football Manager: A Track
Manager: Jr. Class Play: One-Act
Plays: Sr. Class Play: Pep Band,
2: Band, 4: Thespians, 2.
CAROL FARRIN "JEANll'I"
"Who says rezlheusls have bud temp-
Costume Committee, Jr. Class
Play: Heart Fund Drive: Art Typ-
ing: Jr. Leader -I-H, 2: Library
Club: Social Dancing, 3.
ll EAN FLETCHER
Quiet Spoken, but Loud with ll
Wreatlinlt. 3: Pep Band: Band, 4:
"Tall, Dark and Pleasant."
"A Fine Homemaker."
F. H. A. President: Historian, 3:
Costume Chairman, Sr. Class Play:
Girls Woodworking Treasurer: So-
cial Dancing, 2: Hobby Club
Grange, 4: 4-H, 10: Jr, Leader,
TOM GI ENGER
"I think this is n iroorl idea be-
vuuse . . . . "
A Foothull, 2: A Wrestling, 4:
Track, 2: Usher nf Sr. Class Play:
Soph. Vice Pres.: 0rder of T. 4:
F.F.A., 3: DeMolny: St. J0l1n'B
"'l'he loyalist of supporters,"
Christian Club, 2: Golf Cluh:
Woodworking: Nazarene Hi N.W.
"A lil: luurly lmll player."
A Football: B Fonthall: Hunting:
and Fishing, 2.
"Our own Dizzy Deon."
Base-hall. 2: S t u d e n t Council:
Hunting and Fishinlr: A.V.A.
' ller nliility is the road 'Lo uccessf'
Pep Squad, 2: President A Yell
Lerclcr: Jr. Toastmasters, Vice-
pres.: Philnkalons: Thespians, 3:
Footliizhts, 2, Sec.: Homecoming
Co-chairman: Jr. Class Play: Sr,
Class Play: One Act Play Contest:
Best Actress Award 1955.
l'll bn- where there is fun!"
Sr. Class Plry: F.H.A., 2: Re-
porter: Interior Decoration: Foot-
lizht 4: Sneial Dancing.
Her fzlney is books,"
"Now, 3-tirl , you know l'm your true
Tmfk: Sr. Class Play: Sr. Ball
Selection Ch: Prom Central Comm:
Thespians: Footliyzhts Pres.: Jr.
JANICE MARIE INGLES
"Fair minrlm-ml :incl even ol' temper."
F. B. I.. A.: Safe Teen: Transfer
from Forest Grove High School.
JARED L. JOHNSON
"Man the test tubes!"
Student Council: Sr. Class Play:
Prom Central Comm.: W i n t e r
Formal Central Comm.: Thespians
KENNETH R. JOHNSON
"Number One on the Hit Pairzulcf'
Student Body President: B Bas-
ketball: Football Mgr.: Track:
Golf: Student Council, 3: Sr.
Class Play, 3: Jr. Class Pres.:
Pres. of Footlixrhts: Philokalonw,
2: Sec.-Treas. Snph Class: Thes-
pians, 2: Order of T: Sr. Ball
"True to the kindred points of
heaven and home."
Intramurals: S t u d e n t Council:
F. T. A., Pres.: F.H.A., 4: Vice-
Pres,, F.B.LA.: Girls Ensemble:
Girls Trio: Crafts flub: Music
Listeninu: Nnz. Hi N. Y., Nus-
tcllor Missionary Chap. 4, sec. 2.
RGSI E KROSTAG
'Short, Sweet, and Sincere
Crafts: Photo Club, Pres.: Social
Dance: Tri-Hi-Y, 3: Kilchis Staff:
Girls Woodworking: Jr. Pep:
Girls League Scrap Book Com-
"Nevada has its atomic energy-
We have Roy."
Philokalon, See., Business Mgr. of
Student Body, 2: Student Council:
Editor of Tilla-Hi News: Jr.
Class Vice Pres.: Sr. Class Play.
4: Jr. Toastmasters: Jr, Class
Play: 0ne Act Play Contest: U.N.
Speech Trip Winner: Voice of
Democracy Contest Winner, Till.
"Even school is fun with Sully
Intramurals, 4: Tilla - Hl News
Staff: Chorus: Girls L e a e u fr
Scrap Book Comm.: Sr. Class Play
Comm.. 4: Student Body P'ay
Comm.: Central Prom. Comm.:
Service Club: Pep Club: Thes-
pians: G.A.A., F.T.A,, V.P., Tri-
Hi-Y, Rainbow Grand Rep.: Kil-
"An Actress in her own wily."
Transfer from Nestucca.
Senior Class Play, Footlighta.
"Just buzzin' around!"
Student Council: Pep Squad, 2:
Publicity Club: Tri-Hi-Y, 3.
Chaplain: March of Dimes Prin-
cess: Girl of the Month.
"I wish she were going tu be my
Student Council: Sr. Class Play:
Ass't Chr. of Prom: Girls Sextett:
B Yell Leader: A Son: Leader: A
Yell Ieader:Thesp.: Girls League
Pres., Treas.: Pep Club: Service
Club, Pres.: Rainbow, 5, Worthy
Adv.: Tri-Hi-Y, Pres., 3: Philo-
kalona: Homecoming Queen.
"A thoughtful man and n lover uf
Transfer from Tillamook Catholic
1954. A.V.A. Club: Chorus.
MARY ANN LE DUC
"As busy as a bee and sweet as its
Student Body Play: Som: Leader:
B Yell Leader: Student Council,
2: Frosh Sec.: Homecoming
Princess: Girls League Sec.: Philo-
kalons: Thespians, 2: F.T.A.: Trl-
Hi-Y, Pres. and Treas.: Rainbow,
"The :zirl every boy would like to
buve living next door."
Social Dancing, 2.
"'l'ough, but oh so gentle."
B Basketball: B Football: A Foot-
ball, 2: A Basketball, 2: Track.
Il: Student Council: Hunting and
Fishing, 2: Sr. Ball King.
"A flushing: :mile that breaks the
Intramurals: March of Dimes
Princess: Service Club. 2: Social
Dancing. 2: Pep Club: Somz Lead-
"Travel broadens one."
Pliilokalon, Pres., 2: Tri-Hi-Y,
Pres., 4: Kifchis Editor: Tilla-Hi
News Rcpt., Bus.M1lr.: Thespians,
2: One-Act Play Contest: Student
Council: Rainbow Worthy Adviz-
or, Recorder: YMCA International
Conference: YMCA Youth Legis,:
Elk's Leadership Rep.
ELLIS LELAND Mm-MURPHY
Transfer from Castle Rock, Wash.
Sr. Float Committee: Sr. Ball
"Let me tell you about the collcxrc
B Yell Leader, 2: Song' Leader:
Student Council, 2: Sr. Class Sec.:
Service Club,2:Tri-I-Ii-Y, 3, Sec.:
Pep Club: Chairman of Winter
Formal: Chairman Father-Daup:h-
A future lzuly with u lump."
International Travel Club, 2:
Radio Production Club: Christian
Club: Intramurals, 2: Social
Dancing: Play Comm.: Heme-
makinz Club: Prom Ilccorations-
'Row, Row, Row your limit, gent-
ly down the stream."
Intramurals, 4: Froeh Basketball:
Golf Club: Hunting and Fishing:
Auto Mechanics: Photo Club:
F.F.A.: Chess Club.
Hmmmmmmmm, Sfulie l !"
Srrvicc Club: Thcspiana, 23 Fqot.
iixxbts, 3: Intramurals: Journal-
im Club: Sr. Class Play, 2.
JOYCE MI ROW
'Neat and Sweet."
B Squad Yell Leader: Kilchis
Lay Out: Frosh Sec.: Home Rm.
Sec.: Service Club Sec.: Pep Club:
Journ. Club: Tri-Hi-Y, 2: Ruin-
'A ernftmnn ul' the first wntehf'
Senior Class Play: Hunting and
Fihimz, Il, Pres.: Christian En-
deavor at Nelarts Friends Church.
'Not every band has :i beautiful
Social Dam-inns: Crafts Club:
Sn-bool Publicity Club: Service
Club: Pep llnnd: Mixed Chorus:
'True to her work und her
F.II.A., 3: Christian Club, 2:
Music Listeninprz Girls Glee. 4:
Home Room See.
I ANCE O LIVER
'IIon't ru h me, girls."
B Footlmll, 2: A Vl'ret1ling
Mgr.: Hunting' and Fihing, 2:
Photofrraphy Club: Hi-Y.
JOHN l'AlT LSON
'Oh, you know 1 deserve :xt leant
A Football, 4: Wrestling, 4:
Trnek. 2: Order of T, 4.
The Marksman !"
Band, 4: Pep Band, 2: Order
of T, 1: Track, 2: B Basketball:
A Basketball Mgr.: Huntimz
and Fishing Club, Pres.: Band.
JOAN NAEG ELI
She needs Il suciul xeeretzu'y."
Student Council, Rep.: Service
Club, 2: Pep Club, 2, Treasurer:
Journalism Club, 2: F. ILL. A.:
Intramurals, 3: Tri-l-Ii-Y, 4.
Chaplain: G.A.A., 3, President.
It's n'ce to be natural when you're
F.H.A., 2: Christian Club.
Sis must be here: I heard her
Intramurals, 2: Student Council:
Senior Class Play, 2: Junior Class
Play: Thespians, 2: Footlinzhts, 3:
Pep Club: Service Club: Girls
League, Rep.: Junior Class, Treas-
"'I'hnt's Kathy, capable :intl depend-
Student Body Treasurer: Student
Council: Kilchis Bus, Mgr.: Onc-
Act Plays, 2: Senior Class Play:
Co-chairman of 1955 Homecom-
ing: Thespians, 3, Treas.: Philo-
kalons, 2. V.P.: Christian Club,
2, See., Pres.: F.l-I.A., 3. State
Historian: Girls League, Treas.:
F.B.L.A.: Chorus, 3.
An industrious Judy."
ro.l,.A., service cluh. 2: G-A-A-
2, Treas.: Intramurals: Tilla-Hi
News Staff: Journalism Club:
Pop Club: Rainbow. 4: Tl'i'Hi'Y'
4, Sec., Chaplain.
An athlr-te mul il scholar."
Football, A and B: Basketball, A
and B: Baseball, A and B: Chris-
tian Club, V.P.: Order of T, 2.
I I ENN RIGGERT
A :elf made man and proud of his
A Football, 2: A Basketball, 33
Baseball, 4: Frosh Class Pres.:
Order of T, Pres.: Student Coun-
eil: Kilehis, Sports Editor: Tilla-
Hi News, Sports Editor: M.V.P.
Legion Baseball award, '53.
She loves harmony."
F.ll.l..A., Treas.: Girls Enfemble:
Girls Glee, 4: Girls Trio: F.H.A.
Banquet Chr., Jr.-Sr. Banquet
Comm.: Sr. Class Play Comm., 32
Thespians: Footlights. 3: Christian
Crazy mzm, crazy, fo let's 'shag'
Golf, 2: Trampoline Club: Model
Club: Social Dancing: Golf Club:
Hi-Y, Pres., Chaplain.
"Clear the trucks."
Football, A and B: Frosh Basket-
ball: Track, 3: F.F.A., Parl. Pro-
eedure Team, Sentinel: Photo
BETTY LOU PRUESS
"I dont llure be as poppy :ls I
Student Council: Kilehis Staff:
B Yell l.eader: Eighth Grade Yell
Leader: A Yell Leader: Girls
Leapzue, Vice-Pres.: Thespians:
Footliirhts, President, Vice-Pres.:
Service Club: Sr. Class Play, 2:
Jr. Class Play. 2: G.A.A. Sec.:
.lournalirm Club: Tri-Hi-Y, 3:
DEBRA SCH RANZ
Watch out 'pvrlor l riuns, Debrzi's
The-spians. 3: G.A.A. 4: Sports
Mgr.: Band: Girls Glee: Photo
Club: Girls Woodworkinli: Senior
Class Play: Pep Squad: Rainbow,
4: Tri-Hi-Y, Treas.: 4-H, Jr.
"Right out ul' 'Vup:uu."
Psp Club: Song' Leader: Ssrviee
Cub: Winter Formal Dee, Comm.:
Kilehis, Art Editor: Jr. Fla:-u
Girls Leulrtle Rep.: School Pub-
licity: Prem Queen Selection Chr.:
Intramural : Tri-Hi-Y. 2, Treo.,
Ilcwurc, :I smile- is r:xtchili1:."
Transfer from Hoquinm: Sr. Clase
Treas.: Girl of the Month: Pep
Squad: F.Il.l.,A.: .Iournalism Club.
"A hunk of main to say the least."
A Wretlimz, 4: A Football, 2: ll
Football. 2: Soph. Class Pres.:
Home Room Pres. Soph. and Sr.
Years: Intramurals: F.F.A, 4.
Vice-Pres., Reporter: State Par'ia-
mcntary Team: Order of T, 3.
"Dainty is the wurcl for her."
.lr. Ciass Play, 3: One-Act l'lny:-1:
Chorus, 2: Triple-Trio: Thes-
pinns, 3: Footlights,
"Too bud I have to work for ai
A Wrestling, 2: Student Council:
Tilla-Hi News Reporter: Co-cluair-
man Sr. Ball: Thespians, 2:
F.F.A., 3: Social Dancing.
CAROL JO TANNER
"'l'berc-'s an bit of mischief in ull
Service Club: F. H. A.: Girls
Woodworking: Social Dancing.
"Beneath her quietness lies u true
Tilla-Hi News Staff: F.T.A.:
Journalism Club: Photo Club:
l".H.A.: F.B.l..A.: Library Club:
Interior Decorating, F.'l'.A.
"Man behind thc bull."
A Football, 3: A Basketball, 3:
A Baseball, 2: Freshman Basket-
ball: B Football: Student Coun-
cil: Sr. Class Pres.: Sr. Class
Play: Home Room Pres.: Order
of T, 3.
"Gentle, genuine, and 1!0llPl"0llH.H
Girls Woodworking, 2: Christian
Club, 2: Spanib Club, 2, Sec.,
Cool, calm mul cullc-civil."
Transferred from Clatskanie.
Student Council, 2: Student llody
Sec.: Fre hman Class V.l'.: Home-
coming Princess: F,F.A. Queen:
Sanz Leader. 2: Philokalons: Pep
Club: Srrvfce Club: Tilla-lli News
Reporter' 'fri-Hi-Y, 2, Trems.
"l'd do most anything for my class."
Thespians, 2: Footlights: Service
Club: Eagles Secretary.
RON VAN ROEKEL
"Friendly l l"
Intramurals, 3: F.F.A., 3.
MARGARET W ELLS
"It's no ure: you can't win on
argument with her."
Transfer from Vernonia: Tilla-Hi
News Reporter: Band: Thespians.
2: Pres, Girls League: Executive
Council: Philokalons: Christian
Wrestling: Hunting 8: Fishing, 2:
Freshman Basketball: Intramur-
als, 4: Photography Club: Auto
Mechanics Club: F.F.A., 4.
"How funny can it be?"
Intramurals, 2: F.F.A., 2: Tram-
poline, 2: DeMolay, 2.
"-and her gentle ways."
Transfer from Neah-Kah-Nie High
School. Tilln-Hi News staff, 1:
"lt help: to be born :zood looking."
Frosh Basketball: B Basketball,
2: A Baseball, 4: Student Coun-
cil: Sr. Class Play: Tilla-Hi
News Reporter: Order of T, 3.
"Never wasting a word."
Photography: Social Dancing:
Girls Woodworking: F.T.A.: St.
Johns Youth Fellowship.
"We have-n't heard enough from
A Foothall: Wreftling: Hunting
and Fishing, 2: Boys' Woodwork-
"C'mon, l'm your man."
A Football, 2: A Baseball, 3: B
Football: Order of T, 3: Tram-
The junior year for the
class of 1957 was a typical-
N ly busy one. The class went
B into its junior year with a
big job facing them: to
provide money for the -lun-
ior-Senior Prom and Ilan-
quet. Th: class accumu-
lated its fund through vari-
ous sales and dances, and
M honored the seniors royally
in the big annual formal
affair. The junior class en-
tered a float in the second
Standing: Mr. Helmiek, adv.: Ken Jacob. president: Romer James, vice-president. Sitting: annual Holilccolliing Pilmdc'
Betty Toy, see.: Mrs. Bnquist adv.: Karen Emerson, irens. in Illc fflll, Allkl Calp-
tured first place honors.
The junior class play "Our
Hearts Were Young and Gay," was presented in February.
Two of the "A" song leaders, Nancy Thomas and Sandee Martin, were juniors. The junior class was also representedin
the "AU yell leading with0Rosalie Zweifel.
Three junior boys, Gene Widiimer, Jerry Ripka, and Allen Trotter earned letters in "A" squad football. Ken Jacob,
Eddie Murray and Allen Trotter participated in "AU basketball. Many other junior boys participated in wrestling
Left to right Burk Row: R. Anderson, R. Keeler, R. Collins, H. Bennett, E. Dunsworth, J, Chopard, D. Cavaya, J. Doolin. Second Row: K. Cris-
well. G. Altmnn, IC. Bennett, I.. Hester, R. Burden. J. Dye. R. Astleford, D. Bell. First Row: S. Allen, J. Haven, S. Coon. R. Hoge, R.
Blake, l'. Anderson, ti. Anthony, P, Brannon.
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Loft lo ri "ht: lim-k Ruw: H. Jolmsnn, K. Malhcrs, A. Kvnny, N. .lnhn'fnn, E. Murray, VV. Mi!'er. Svfund Rnw: R, Mcflain, N. Krakv, .l.
Lzmdoli. .L Knutlo, J. Krnu v, M. Lnmmcn, R. Jam:-f. First Rvw: ll. Mclformivk, IJ. Keene, .'. Luphvr, .l. Lufns, B. Lnftun, S. Mnrtin, S.
Johnwfu, NV. Mrllnnnld.
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er '-cond Row: S. Fisher, S. Poland, ll. Fischlcr
Luft to riarhl: ilark Row: D. Hedifrur, A. Hintz, M. Hughes, C. Ferry,.l. Gin-nzor, H. First' . hi
S. Folunrl, li. lfzxrrins, M. Flutcher. D. Gooch-,
Gills-l, S. Gilman. M. Finch.
l'. Huber, First Row: D. Gfmdhcad, L. Fountain. B. Hudson, S. Fritcher, K. Emvrson, D
Ln-ft tn Riuht: Iimk row: W. Thump on, A, lhplcins, G. Wilson, D. Sprncer, A. Trotter, G. Widmer, G. S!cw'rt, M. Srhmitz, R, Smith, D.
Walkfr. Svvimd ra-w: R. I.1n2'wull. M. Willey, .l. Srhranz, T. Shappee, .l. Vs-rmilyca, K. Brennan, R. Zweifvl, R. Srhnck, R. W'illiams, First
row: R. Tatu. A. Wnrdrip, S. Vrnvcr, ll. Smith, G. Saucy, B. Toy, li. Stitchlcr, N. Thomas.
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Left to Right: Burk row: R. Rader, P. Reeder, R. Noble, I., Olson, C. Ruede. Second row: P. Pallin, M. Paulson, L. Proctor, K. Purvine, C.
Nvlsun. J. Pullanl. First row: S, Pullnrk, P. Patterson, D. Ruwe, J. Oldenkamp, A. Overlund, S. Roper, J, Phillips.
Mifs Dorothy Smith. Arlv., Ron Gienucr. Treas.: Mr. Don Whitncy, Adv., Frank Bohannon, Vice-
Pres.. Allen Donovan, l're:., PM Warren, Secretary.
The sophomore class or the
class of '58 had a very good
year in 1956. Many parti-
cipated in athletics, plays
The class sponsored two
projects. Une was the Fresh-
man - Sophomore dance and
party, and the other, a "soup
line" before games that were
out-of-town. The students
sold articles to eat on the bus on the way to the games. The money that was made is to be for the prom which the
class will sponsor in their junior year.
Left lo Right. lmrk row: .l. lrvinpz, C. Luurs, A. Aden. Third row: B. Finch, D. Niekereon, D. Pike, B. Fitzsimmuns, R. Medolf, R. Farrins, I
Ilntfis-ld, R. Gienprvr, B. Hudm-on. Second row: B. Johnson, B. James, G. Elliott, B. Ileagle, B. Hobson, D. K'ahn, G. Loueks, l.. Foster. First
row: G. Fitzgerald, I.. Kelly, J, Johanson, P. Knutson. J. Galloway, D. Giguux, L. Hesse, 0. Leuman. M. Hclfrieh.
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vft In Riuhlz Bnck row: C. Blanchard, l'. Crumlvl, I.. Andcrann, .l. Dodson, B. Collins, F. Bnhnnnon, N. Brrnnrd, B. Bas-Ml, B. farvvr.
l'1'llI'ld row: M. Aallvfurrl, .l. Boyle, M. Curl, F. Chard, A. Donovan, J. Burns, l'. Bushuy. R. Crvscvh. Fir.-t row: L. Iiurdvn, .l. Davis, S, Cha-
curlm-qui, I-1. lluulin, G. llmis, R. lioltinzhouse, S. Cami-ron, R. liruse.
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l,4-fl in Riuhl: llnvk row: H. Rcvder. W. Fisher, D. N1-evfs, H. Rosenberg, E. Robilsch. Third rnw: I.. Rush, J. Madison. D. Omit, M. Miles,
ll. Minor. R. Rm-ri, G. l'urvinv, K. Nutuhuom. Second row: R. Robinson, G. Martinson. J. Marker, R. Machcn, V. Nvlter, R. Rnhrrln, G.
lqmlu-r, I-'irq mw: R. Rnwe, J. Vandcrstoep. K. Rice, S. Nixon, J. Robinson. L. Zygar, B. Van Cisc, S. Murvh.
L1-ft to Right: llzwk row: l'. Weston, E. Spulprfr, A. Srheusc, P. Woolcn, E. Trammvl, R. Trammcl, J. Schunter, H. Smith, D. Vsuplhn. Sec-
ond row: ll, Wilson, J. Schock, V. Tupper, .l. Young, J. Wehcr, P. Warren, M. Snhuler, P. Slyter, K. Smith. First row: W. Silk, D. Starr, S
Squier, ll. Sll,r1:is. .l. Tromlxlvy, L. Wyss, J. Smith, D. Smith.
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Typical Sophomore Class, this one u typing: shot in Miss Ahrams' Typing I, all sophomores at work.
The freshman class, the
class of '59, was active this
year. They tools their part
in almost every phase of
school life including ath-
letics, school plays, clubs
and had a large representa- ""
tion on the honor roll each
The freshmen showed up
exceptionally well in ath-
letics. Conrad l,arson, a
very colorful redhead, made
the varsity football team
Amd lust ll-llicly nli55cLl Hulk' pl-95,3 Mike Hayes, vice prey Miss Marilyn Parrish, adviser, is absent from the picture.
ing his letter. Bob Baty,
another freshman, made the
varz. ' basketball team, the
first time in quite a few years a freshman has done so. There was a large freshman representation on the varsity
wrestling squad also.
There were also freshman football and basketball teams both of which had large rosters.
Iiefl to riifhl: llixck Row: I.. Butler, .l. Bruce, A, Gordon, P. Artera, L. Cunninirham, B. linty, K. Bnnin, J. Brumnu-I, I.. Dummer, W. Cun-
ningham, R. lim-I, B. Doui1'ss. Second row: A. Beeler, D. Christensen, D. Brown, R. Branham, J. Cornelt, J. Crist, li, Alto, S. llruizoo, ll.
Arnold. First row: li. Arnold. S. Pop:-land, G, Aekley, S. Hanley, I.. Anderson, M. Chambers, J. Brown, V. Arenholt.
Left to right: Rohyn Emerson, ln-as.: Mr. Tony Dooher, adviser: Susan Tilllu-Its. msec.: l.urry Iloffmun.
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L4-ft in Right: Back row: B. Mackey, D. Leutholrl, S. Krnke, F. Luurs, R. Makinstur, J. Klahn, L. Kraazcr. C. Kenny, ll. l.1-im-ry, D. Kr:-hs,
R. lmvilt. Si-vund rnw: J. Mahurin, J. Landoli, G. Ingles, P. Melson, J. Knutwn, R. Mapes, G. Johnson. First row: M. Mm-Cnrniirk, VV. Mm:-
arull, M. Milli-r, ll. Minor, C. Jnhnsnn, I.. Luphrr, H. Mauumher, K. Lyster.
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I.:-fl to Rixrhl: lizick row: .l, lmvins, E. Riu-, li. Robinson, L. Patterson, T. Tone, B. Price, B. Placp, L. Tinnerslcl. J. Shartvll, A. Sheldon,
R. Sheldon, li. Swain, ll. Sp:-lm-r, R. Palma-r. Ss-rand row: H. Tupper, A. Svhoesc, E. Scott, E. Reynolds, J. Rethlvfsen, W. Thomas. S. Tili-
lwlls, l'. Prince, .l. Sparks. First row: E. Thin-ssvn, J. Svllolls, P. Miller, Pye, ll. l'allin, S. Slanuv, S. Neal.
l.n-ft lo right, Buck Row: .l. Hanna-nkrat, M. Hayes, D. Hoff:-rt, .l. Hoifcrt, H. Franko, L, Hoffman, G. Fisher. Second Row: R. Heusner,
ll. G1-nunpr, I.. lh-lu-rt, A. Hogue, M. Hottick, K. Genrprc, B. Holland, .l. Haight, A. Fletcher. First row: V. Hodgzdon, A. Hardin, .l. Fitch-
on, l'. lluyv.-S. A. Ferguson, J, Hoy, S. Ellcrhrock, R. Emerson.
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L1-ft to riizht, lim-k Row: G. Vnntress, 0. Young, R. Mahee, R. Woods. C. Weston. Sm-cond row: J. Zuercher, .l. Vermilyea, .l. Wilson, ll. War
rvn, I.. llullmrl. K. Loaf. U. Vnnllockel, B. VVilliams. First row: M. Welch, I.. VVohlscin, ll. Voxrl, B. Walkcr, N. Griffith, S. Wamzerlry, C
Swinl, D. VVilson.
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The "Cheezettsv of Tillamook Hi is the girls' pep organization. The purpose of
the pep squad is to promote school spirit, activities, and to put on pep assemblies. The
pep squad worked with the Student Council to make a success of the 1955 Homecom-
ing. Karen Jensen, Nancy Thomas and Betty Toy, delegates from the club, worked
with those from student council as overall chairman of the Homecoming. Through
selling mums at Homecoming the club was able to replace some of the badly depleted
D. SCHRANZ N. BOGE D. DANFORTH
The "A" squad cheerleaders showed their ability as such by controlling the sport-
manship of the crowds and bringing out the enthusiastic spirit of Tilla-Hi.
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A. DAVIDSON, N. EDGAR
B. PRUESS, R. ZWEIFEL, R. LAMB
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The girls bought a much-needed new juke box, as a gift to the student body, to
replace the old one which had worn out. They paid for the juke box from the money
they had earned during the year for their annual week-end.
The pep club sponsored the tryouts for the 1956-S7 cheerleaders and songleaders.
Those chosen as cheerleaders were Rosalie Zweifel, Barbara Lofton, Sharon Iiritcher,
Sallee Pollock, and Muriel Brunes. The songleaders chosen were Bette johnson, Lee Ann
XlVyss, Linda Kelly, Judy Rethlefsen, Sandce Martin, Barbara Thompson and Jeanette
. SUNG LEADERS
The song leaders in their second year of existence gave credit to the high school
with their clever routines and colorful display.
S. POLLOCK M. LOMMEN B. LOFTON
P. PALLIN G. SAUCY S. l'HlLI.ll'S
J. TOHL, M. LEDUC, G. SHAW
N. THOMAS, H. MANNILA, S. MARTIN, C. LOOP
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linrk, li-fl to right: li. Mnrlinmn, S. Foland, R. James, M. Hulbert, H. G. Stewart, B. Moore, G. Hoffman, M. Smith, T. Dooley, Bassett, D.
W'yniu, .l. Coats. T. Gieneer. G. Mackey, A. Trotter, K. Jaeoh, ll. Bell, D. Meflain, G. Widmer, K. Johnson, D. Phillips, .l, Ripka, D. Fletcher.
Kneeling: l'. Molson. li. Spencer, ll. Frilelu-r. K. Allread, .l. Doolin, P. Hu hfy, .l. Marker, R. Summers, B. Collins.
Tillamoolv high school's athletic men, The Order of the T, were extra active during the 1955-S6 school year. The
"T" men. under the able leadership of Corky Riggert, besides keeping an eye on the conduct of students and general
well-lu-ing of the school, sponsored several successful projects. Their barn dance in the fall was a "never equalled"
affair. The boys loaded literally tons of hay into the gym for decorations and a tunnel of hay served as an entrance
for the attending couples. liall initiation during this time saw future "T" men cavorting about the halls proposing to
the lady teachers or loudly declaring themselves pansies. Donkey basketball during February was the lettermcn's big
money-maker. The boys challenged the faculty members to play them and everyone who saw the game declared it
a laugh fest from start to finish. lfortunately, the game ended in a 18-18 tie so there were no hard feelings-however,
several faculty members spent the next Monday standing rather than sitting. The big :ping picnic found the boys
participating in their favorite activity-eating.
gur, G. Riizireri, .l. Ripka. Front row:
I-I. Dunworth, F. Larson. K. Johnson, .l.
Smith, C. Bass:-tl. ll. Phillips, ll. Bell.
The "occasion," a tremendously
successful though dampened Barn
Dance sponsored by the T Men.
They hauled in 30 tons of hay for
the affair as setting, and a good
one it was. But, Mother Nature
A interposed. One of the worst
ix A floods to hit the area in years
- 1 roared in that night.
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Ii-wk Row: R. James, framers. T. Givn-
URDER 0F THE "T"
WWW' .vw ew rx .e
qwlhme, . y vw
l"n'I initiates into the I.:-ttc'rrx1fx't', elrh:
I'. lhlslwy, J. Uuolin. IV. l"lelm'l1rr, K-
Jnlnuon, G. Wirlmer, li. Marlin en, Bill
l'ullins, D, Neuvvs, li. Moore and li. Rell.
Hidden in the l!2ll'lxlll'0llIHl ure R. Sam-
nwrs xllltl K. .lm'nb.
lf.1ll initiallon brought the group
.xt the right out into Till.1 Hi's
lmlls dressed like "p.1nsies." Poor
rlmps, their sitters looli .1 lillllllsj
that Lllfy' .ls tlltl their ltneew lrom
eonsmnt hentling to the letter-
men. lfneh was iloreetl to pt'o-'l.1lm
loutl gmtl often that he was .1
pnnsy. The celeb r .ltio n wr.
further heighlenetl by 11 loutl
smell ol' onionw .reeonrpanylng the
initiates: they .mte them hy the
pound that l'.neI'ul kl.ly.
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Upper left are shots from th.1t "classic"
Donkey ball game. Upper shot Shows Mr.
Hornbuek on Marilyn Monroeg lower shot
is Mr. Helmlck potting one while helpless
Order of T men watch. Game entlenl :ln I8
to I8 tie, but earned S150 for the T Men.
The THS Girls' League is a service
organization whose membership con-
sists of all the girls of the student
body. The adviser is Miss Esther
Cha pm a n.
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In the first semester the Girls
League showed itself to be an organ-
RUSICM AIN' LAIVIB, St-niur
ization which gets things done. The
Big-Little Sister party was the first
activity. Then the officers were in-
stalled and the executive eouneil was
elected. The girls of the month were
chosen on the basis of various traits,
and were presented with pins rather
than corsages this year.
The Girls' League -entered a float
in the Homecoming Parade, and then
had a "Lug Day? for a money malt-
The big fall event was the No-
bember liather-Daughter banquet,
lH'I'l"l'Y PRI ' ISHS, Sn-ninr
H I and the semester's activities were
topped off with the annual Girls'
League Christmas Assembly.
Main events of the spring term
wer: the annual Mothers' Tea and
style show and the slumber party.
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Dad'u D'nnfr Committee
Chapmzan Speaking to Dada
Flass representatives: Margie VV4-Ils, senior: Miss Chapman, adviser:
Alilllh DAVIIDNUN. Si-nmr Rita Hoge, junior: Pat VVarrun, sophomore: and Susan 'l'ihlu-tts, fresh-
The Boys' Ifederation is in its second year of existence at Tilla-Hi. This
organization has provided a chance for the boys to get together and discuss
As a joint 0l'g.lI1lY,.lEl0l1 to the Girls' League, the boys meet on the same day.
The boys are undei the supervision of Mr. Don Spiering,
lor projects, the groups discuss-ed various eommunity-minded affairs as
well as mere entertainment devices. Tree planting in the "burn" met the ap-
proval of the boys as a whole, and the groups took on this activity as one of Y
their major constructions.
The officers worked hard to give the organization a successful year. f 'qv
this club. Al was xi junior,
3 K t 5?
ln eharirr ol' prngrrminjr were the following' group hizwn in a meeting for
purpose nt' :alerting next monih's material: Bob B:1.sc-it, Ken Allrr.-ad,
Allnn Trotter. Rivhard f'hristen.en, Mr. llon Spieringr and l'onnie Lar on.
CHARLES llASSl'I'l"l'. n senior, the vire-
pri-sident of lioys Federation.
Boys Federation meeting: in the cafeteria. Charles Ba-Irett was student
officer for the mi-etinsr. while the organization listened to Mr. Spierinz ROGER JAMES, junior. the sei-rt-tary
explain the tree-planting project. treasurer.
,ki Al. TRUTTICR, the forufal president ol'
Front row: A. Fletfher, G. Vout, D. Brown, E, Rohitch, B. Price, 0. Young, J. Zuereher, B, Carver. K. Rysted, M. Fletcher. Backlrround:
Mr. Rohr-rt Ht-lmiek. A. Hopkins, K. Notehoom, G. Martenson. R. Rad er, R. Machcn, R. Plaep. R. Anderson, J. Gienzer, D. Leuthold. R. Phil-
lips, R. Moore, G. Wirlmrr, D. Mapez, D. Vaughn, M. Smith, L. Carver, R, Beeler, M. Curl. R. Collins, H. Rose-nburir, H. Foster.
Left tn Right: Mr. Ht-lmiek, M. Fletcher. M. Smith, D. Phillips, R. Beeler, R.
Machen, G. Widmer. tho, F.F.A. officers.
The l7.F.A. has been very active in the past year participating in
many events such ns exhibiting at the fair, judging contests, and parlia-
mentary contests. Last spring Norm Pallin won the State Farmer award.
The chapter put on two radio programs-one a parliamentary program
and the other il speech by Martin Suter that won him first in the chapter
public speaking contest. Last spring the Parliamentary team placed third
in the state parliamentary contest. This record was the highest ever
achieved by Tillamook F.F.A. in a state contest.
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Marion Fletcher ,
Morric Smith ,
Ron Beeler ,.
Gene Widmcr .
Dick Phillips ,.
Above are the boys from Tillamook FFA rhapter who
took top honors in the district parliamentary contest
at Clatskanie February 8.
Taking pictures and learning to develop and en-
large were the activities of this club. Officers
Jim Burns. pres.g Paul Weston, sec.g Charles Chard,
V.P.: and Nicki Griffith were in charge. Mr. Grif-
fith was adviser.
Left tn Right: P. Weston, J. Burns, Mr. D. Griffith, C.
l'hnrd, N. Griffith.
Hunting and Fishing
This group met to work out projects of
the outdoor nature: Fly-tying, conserva-
tion nnd like matters filled their tim-e.
Officers were the following: Al bert
Mitchell, pres.g Robert Creech, V.P.g Chas.
Rucde, sec.g and Richard Dean, treas. Mr.
Spiering was the adviser.
Standing: Mr. Spit-rimz, J. Dean, J. Johnson, J.
Markee. A. Kenny, M. Hughes, K. Mathers, J.
Freerksen, C. Ruede. Sittiml: A, Mitchell. R. Creech.
Radio Amateurs Club
This group constructed simple radios,
studied code and did simple radio repair.
Officers were Paul Weston, pres.g Marvin
Astleford, V.P.g Jim Burns. sec.g and Chas.
Clark, treas. Mr. Turbync and Mrs. Fors-
ter were advisers.
Back Row: Mr. J. Turhyne, C. Weston, S. Nicker-
son, M. Heltridge, J. Young, N. Griffith, C. Chard
Mr. L, Forster. Sitting: P. Weston, J. Burns.
GIRLS ATHLETIC I-lSSOClllTIO
R sh l'. Warrun, l'. Anderson, U. Hodgdnn, Miss Marilyn l'nrrish, adviser.
Ilnvk row, stzlnclinu: IS. l'rus-ss, .l. Galloway, G. u.' er,
Middle' row: li, llvlfricli, I.. llurdvn, S. l'ann-run, .l, Rul1inson,.l. lhillips, S. l.n-an-h, .l. llnvis, A. Davidson, S. Pollock. Knvvl-
ing: li. llixun, ll. Gomlln-ad, R. llurxlvn, .l, Nzu-gi-Ii. C. l'i-ta-rsuri, D, Schrnnz.
-IU.lIl N.lk'gL'il, prcxiliclug liixic fiUULiilL'.lLi, vicc-p1'cs1Lic11lg ROYClll.ll'lC i5lll'kiL'I1, wu1'c1.1l'ygCQ.1roi i,ClCl'S0ll, ll'k'.l5Lll'Ll,
.md iJLi5l'.l Sfilllllll, sports l1l.lll.lgL'Ii xvcrc Ll1c officers of G.A.A. for tilC l9SS-S6 M-lmol yC.ll'.
'l'i1ix grmip of xpnmrls-111i11LicLi girly lim Jlwovc picturcni Ci.A.lX. 0l'gLIl1l7CLi girlw iIlll'.'ll11l.ll'.1i PI'Ugl'.llllS in lilk' iiis,
ixilv .md sp1mw1'i11y, uliwl' cvcnti such .1s 1i.111ccw, llllIi.lllUll-"lilL'y li
SL-lwnl Lillflllll 1l1c l'C.II'. l.1lx111g c.11'c ul tins .1u1 ' 1
1xx'u1iu1'i11-1 lin' vu.11'-w1'i11-1 wicnic, .mai 1i.lYki.lYN iw 11 lik' grouw lim1'uL1f'i1ix' lvuw. Tin: -'iris c:1'uvcLi two 1i.1v1i.1yw
r- , l wi i . . i . l r- . , h i. i ,
111 CUUPL'I'.lll0ll with IlL'igili7OI'iIlg sqlwulw i11 lilC .ll'CAl.
liuring lim wi111c1' lllUlllilN lik' ci11l1u11ioycni .li.lCl' sclwoi 1'oilnl1.1ii Q.1111cw XVllil ll1c girls
llw ciulw .lkiYINL'l' v.'.1s Miss M.11'1ix'11 l',11'1'1wi1, lilu -'iris 7i1V'iiCli
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Sinndinpz. 'eil to right: Miss Emilia Tsehanz, W. Magarrell. A. Beeler, M. Chambers, P. Prince, J. Kraure, R. Stiehler, D. Keene.
I.. Zypznr, .l. Dye, C. Van Roekel, E. Reynolds, P. Brannon, S. Squier, J. Brown, K. Lyster. Seated, left to riirhl: G. Ingles,
ll. Thompson, ll. Hash, l'. Bird, l'. Nelson, J. Galloway, B. Sturgis, S. Woods, J. Weber, l'. Anderson. Front row: K. Smith, I..
Burden. S. Kinnaman. K. Pershnll, ll. Goodhead, R. Burden, D. Good.
A national organization like the brother group, the F.F.A., the Future Homemakers of America carry on an ac-
tive program in the Tillamook high school Activities of the social nature frequently were held in conjunction with
the l:.l5.A. More formal activities ranged to banquets, presentation of radio programs and such. Kathy Pershall was
state li.l'l.A. treasurer. Miss limilla Tschanz. adviser, became an honorary member of the state organization in the
spring at the time that Judy Dye, Darlene Keene, Doris Good and Barbara Stichler received state awards.
The Tillamook lligh Junior Toastmasters Club, one of the very few in the nation, was sponsored to teach stu-
dents to become successful speakers, met every Thursday with a luncheon meeting. lt had guest speakers and de-
bates in addition to its other activities.
Standing, left to right: R. Buel, N. Griffith, J. Savin, .l. Burns, R. James, R. Astlefnrd, C. Bassett, R. Radar, K. Johnson, Ad-
viser, IJ. Griffith, P. Melson, M. Wells, R. Zweifel, B. Toy, D. Hancock. Seated: Bette Johnson and Gary Holmes, president.
Standimr: D. Rawo, J. Oldenkamp. R. Zweifel, J. Doolin, E. Schroeder, S. Allen, S. Foland. Middle row: .l. Vermilyea. S. Fisher,
ll. Loflon, S. Priteher, P. Pallin, C. Peterson, J. Naegli, D. Goodhead, R, Burden, J. Ingles, N. Bone, K. Smith, M. Trammel.
Front row: D. Good, L. Hesse, S. Fnland, .l. Hoven, K. Emerson. B. Sfitrhler, D. Keene, K. Pershall, S. Kinnamon, L. Zyizar.
Miss Edna jesseph, the advisor, backed by F.B.l..A. officers, Joe Doolin, pres.,
Diane Dawe, V.P., Joyce Oldenkamp, sec., Esther Schroeder, treas., and Rosalie Zweifel,
F B L A reporter, had a most successful year. The club sponsored a panel discussion for the com-
munity, served as visiting installation officers for the Taft club, and had in their ranl-.s
a state secretary, Rosalie Zweifel.
Officers for this active teachers' club were S. Kinnaman, pres., S. Leach, v.p.g
K. Pershall, sec., and A. Davidson, tI'CzlS. The club members had the best year yet.
They did practice teaching in various schools, attended state F.T.A. convention and F T A
held regular dinner engagements honoring teachers in the city. As a climax, Miss
Chapman, the adviser, was named state adviser for the state F.T.A.
Standing, hack row: K. Georire. D. Greenway, M. Trammel, M. Franko, P. Warren, S. Cameron, D. Ward. Middle row: B. Pal-
lin, M. Li-Due, R. Lamb, K. Jensen, P. Pallin, K. Emerson, L. Wyss, B. Sturgis. Front row: S. Leach, K. Per.hall, A. David-
son, S. Kinnaman.
QUILL AND SCRULL
Sunil of the firsl charter nn-mln-rs uf Quill and Scroll: Mr. Anderson, adviser, C. MelVlinimee, Roy Lawson. J.
utio, G. Rigiri-rt, li. Murray. Bi-tty Toy.
tux of the international organization are other requirements for membership.
Tillamook ll i g li ' s
newest chartered elub,
Quill and Scroll, is the
lnternational H on o r
Society of High School
-lournalists. M em bers
were c lm o s e n during
the spring term to bc
chirtey members of the
To be a member ol
t he society one must
first be of at least jun-
ior or senior standing
and must be in the up-
per third of his class
work in some phase of
journalism and the re-
commendation of the
adviser, school princi-
pal, and the approval
of the executive secre-
Quill and Scroll was originally organized internationally in 1926 by a group of high school advisers at the Uni-
xt sity of Iowa to encourage and reward individual achievement in journalism and its related fields.
Standing: K. l'c-rsliull, P. Strait, H. Srhroedt-r. R. Nell. S. Kinnaman. E. Doolin, L- Bflfff. ll. Nolehnnm, J- Davis. J- HINWGII, li.
Norman, S. Allen, I.. Fountain, S. Cravrr, Mrs. Boquist, Adv.. 0. lic-nman. K. George, .l. Vanderstnrp. Kneelinizz R. Astlefnrd,
D. l'l'wp, M. Aslleford, R. Plnep, R. Nolile, VV. Hamren.
Officers for the club were Kathy Pershall, pres.: Dick Plaep, vice pres.g and Paula Strait, sec.-treas.
The adviser was Mrs. lda Boquist. The club met Fridays for discussion. The high school Easter Assembly
was the work of this club.
Left to right are: Roy Lawson, Carol MeMinimee, Harv Friteh-
er and Glenn Rixrarert, nll mf.-mliers of the first semester paper
staff and Journalism II students. Lay-out, reporting: advertis-
inpz and eopyreadinu was done hy these students almost uolely.
durimr that time while the .lournali m I students were put into
EDDIE Ml' RRAY
Law.-on, editor, and Norman Ando
A sistnnt Business Mantlyrer
Assistant Sports Editor
Left to Right: Back row: .I. Landolt, M. Wells, S. Leach, M. Trammel, C. Peterson, S. Fritcher, .I. Tohl, M. Paulson, B. Lofton,
F. Gorton. l'. Molson. E. Mllrrvy. E. UI-lnSW0l'1l1. D. Plaep. Fr0l1t row: E. Edwards, .l. Stafok, .l. Kautto, R. Summers, R. Fitzger-
old, A. Trotter, I'. Iioyrgs, G. Rimrert, H. Fritcher. The above are the new reporters of the Tilla-Hi staff who are Journalism
I rlnss members.
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Standing: C. Loup, A. Davidson, l'. Fairbanks, C. McMinimec, J, Nnonzeli, D. Danforth, I., Krebs, M. Olson, R. Krirtag. Sealed: S.
Leneh, G. Shnw, M. l,f'l,lll', N. limzr, C. Pelersnn.
The Upsilon Sigma Tri-l'li-Y, consisting entirely of senior girls, completed four active ye.1rs of service to tlieir
connnunily .ind selinnl during the past yenr under the leadership of Mary Ann Lellue, president. Dances, il fashion
slww .ind .1 weelx-ennl i.1unt were netivities. A dance for Xvorld Service and Ll Talent Show were .xctivities of tlie jun-
ior club, Kappa loin. ,ludy Vern1ilye.1 was prexy for the year.
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slilllllllllll lf. llurden, ll. Gnodhend, l'. Brannon, ll. lludson, J. Dye, R. Blake. Seated: S. Fisher, N. Thomas, .l. Vermilpi-n, Ki lin-nnon,
Standing: I.. Burden, K. Rice, J. Tromhley, P. Slyter, L. Kelly, L. A. Wyss, L. Zyzar, J. Johanson, J. Schock, B. Johnson, B. Thomp-
son, G. Fitzgerald. Seated: P. Warren, P. Knutson, J. Weber, J. Smith, G. Loucks.
The sophomore Tri-Hi-Yers--the Phi Sigmas-were under the leadership of Joanne Weber during the 1955-56
school year. Germaine Kaufman was adviser for the club. The Frosh Tri-Hi-Y elected Darlene Miner as president,
Karen Lyster, vice-president, Betty jean Warren, secretaryg and Marian Miller, treasurer. The group during the year
had a Christmas party and attended a Halloween dance as a group. They also held several other dances and parties
as well as numerous service projects.
IIAPPA ALPHA LAMBDA
Standing: R. Emerson, G. Ingles, G. Ackley, J. Thomas, V. Hodgdon, C. Hayes, D. VVilson, M. Chambers, D. Hancock. Seated: K.
Lyster, M. Miller, D. Miner, B. Pallin.
The Footlights club, a dramatic group, met twice a month under the guidance of Mr. Donald Whitney,
dramatie's advisor of Tillamook High School.
Footlight officers for the year were: President, Gary Holmes, Vice-President, Albert Aden, Secretary, Susan Tib-
bettsg Treasurer, Janice Galloway.
Standing: .l. lrvimr, S. Craver, I'. Knutson, J. Weber. D. Hancock, Mr. Whitney, S. Pollock, G. Holmes. Seated: B. Van Cine.
G. Ackley, D, Giizoux, J. Rethlefsen, S. Tihhetts, A. Aden. L. Kelly, B. Johnson, J. Galloway, V. Tupper.
The organization was formed to help those students with three or more points toward Tliespian membership,
earned by participation in dramaties' activities, to gain the ten points necessary for Thespian membership. Many of
the Footlight-ers obtained those points before the year was out.
Serving as a sister organization to the Thespian club, Footlights had many of its members in plays, skits and
various other activities in dramatics. A number of Footlight members went to the annual Regional Thespian Con-
ference at Eugene, Oregon, on February 9, 10, and ll.
Alxxuiys .ui .iclivc .uid popular group thc 'l'ill.imook high school 'I'lwpi.ms, N.1tion.1l lJl'.ll11.llikS
llonoixiry, wcrc busy during rho past school year, under thc direction of Margie NVQIIN, prcsidcn
B.Il'b.1I'gl Dixon, vice-prcsidcntg joycc Uldciikninp, sccrct.u'yg .ind lictlc -lohnwon, Il'C.lSlll'Cl'. Advisu
.ig.1in for 199i-S6 was thc vcrsatilc nhximntics coach .ind biology tcachcr, Don XVhitncy.
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The senior class ol' 1956 presented "The People Versus Maxine l,owe," a suspense-filled and humorous courtroom
drama in three acts, November 22 and 23.
The action took place in the Superior Court No. 14 of the State of Illinois in Alune 1995. The play opened on the
seeond day of Maxine l,owe's trial. The jury had been selected and preliminaries attended to the previous day. The
play nioved along very rapidly as it was carried on just like a real trial.
Maxine l,owe, a middle-age woman on trial for her life for the murder of her husband was portrayed by Karen
-lensen. Maxine's attorney was klames Hathaway, played by Kenny johnson. Warren Class, attorney for the State, was
convinced that Maxine l,owe had reallv ltilled her husband. Roy Lawson toolt this part. He was assisted by Alessalyn
Meredith, a young attorney just out of law school, played by Rosemary l.an1b.
As the trial continued the threads began to unravel. ilessalyn Meredith discovered through Maxine l.owe's testi-
inony that she was Maxine l.owe's daughter. Alessalyn then joined her n1other's defense attorney, james Hathaway, to
help prove her mother's innocence.
lluekuround: S. Olson, ll. lillmw, D. Sehrztnz. F. liolmnnon, .l. Johnson, R. Sgmmert, G. Aekfty, Ii. Basis-tt. l"oreg'rouml: Y. liooth, l'. Mel:-on,
l'. Knutson. .l. R4-Ihlefson, li. llnsh, IC. Rt-yno!d-1, J. Unolin, A. Kelley. A. Davidson, K. Johnson. R, Lamb, K. Jensen, R. Lawson, R. Speneer,
H- -I,,h,,,,,,,,, K. l,j,m.r,,,,,' lg. Hnlml-s. Jury: J. Madison. S. Tihht-tts, ll. lloltglzn, A. Donovan, J. Irving, Y. Tunper. lfront row: ll, Smith, ID.
Good, .I. Weller, ll. fiiuoux, .l. Yatndersloep, A. Aden.
Glenda Aekley as limily Kimbrough and Karen
Jensen as Cornelia Otis Skinner.
The iunior class play cast, which netted a total of 5425 for the benefit of the prom and banquet, stand below in their
1920 costumes in the uproariously funny comedy of Cornelia's famous European trip. Some superb acting came from
the "crew" shown here. Left to right: Allan Donovan, Judy Landolt, Roy Lawson, Bob Fitzgerald, john Irving, Joe
Doolin. Karen -lensen, Karen Emerson, Glenda Aclxley, Ken Jacob, Charles Bassett. .lanice Kautto, Rosalie Zweifel.
Sitting: Terry Shappee. Susan
john Turbyne headed stage
Tibbetts and l.ind.1 Kelly. Mr. Wfhitney was directorg Betty Toy, assistant director. Mr.
construction, calling for a boat interior and a hotel room.
I.:-ft to riirhi: M. Wells, S. Neal, S. Stanyzc, B. Thompson, .l. Rethleffon, G. Rig'g'ert, L. Hurlhurt, J. Pullam. D. Plaep, M. Zuerchcr, W.
Arlnms, N. .Iuhn-nn, .l. St-hranz. M. Miles, T. Shappee, L. Lewis, ll. Finch, M. Shulcr, .l. Ingles, I.. Fountain, L. Hesse, .l. Kautto, D. Ward,
.l. Davis, B. Arnold, L. Foster, D. Moore, G. Louek', C. Hague, Mrs. .l. Jackson, Roy Lawron.
Left to right: Susan Tiinln-tts, Charlotte Pye, Judy Rethlefsen, Kathy George,
Mury l'li:iniluers. .lean Fitehen, Lynn Hebert, Robyn Emerson, Barbara Dixon,
The above group of singers was the well
known mixed chorus, directed by Mrs.
Jacqueline Qlaclason. The stress was on
quality and comments praising the efforts
of the chorus during the year showed that
they achieved it. The group sang for
many assemblies as well taking a maio'
role in the annual concerts sponsored by
the music department: the fall, Christmas,
and spring musicals. Solo work was don-:
by Dale Wfynia and Bill Finch.
Meeting after school to rehearse, the group
at left lanown as Triple Trio prepared for
singing engagements of great variety.
They entertained service clubs, took part'
in assemblies as vocal ensembles, and were
part of the regular concerts in the audi-
At right tht- colorful singing group
ltnown .is Girls' lilcc. Tlisir ufforts
11'c1'c 0IllSI.II1tIllIg it was s.1iti, with
cxccllcnt r.1ngc .intl blcntling. As
othcr 1'oc.1l groups in thc high school
thc Ciirls Cilcc took P.1I'l in .Ill thc
conccrts lit-ld hy this high school.
They .1lso wcrc .1 ticaturctl section ot
lioth thc Pl'lI.IIlIiSglYtIIg .intl thc Vil-
cntinc Assciiilwly. They took part in
tht- tiistrict music contest hcltl rhii
war in fXstor1.1. Ch.1rlottc Pvc w.1s
thu .1ccon1p.1nist of .1 group prctlom-
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Back row, In-ft to riszhtz U. Nelson, I'. Anderson, I'. Knut on, I'. Ilulwr, IC. Srlirorclvr, I.. Iles mr
lltdlllly LlI1tlCI'Cl.l5SIlICI1. Middle: ti. Avklvy, J. Wvlwr, C. Pye, Il. Starr, .l. Knut on, K. th-urge. Front rom: Mrs It
son, Ii. Nota-Imont, Ii. Norman. R. I-Imerson, S. Wood, .l. Smith, Ii. I'aIlin,
l'lI'L'klllL'l1Ilf' Cl1IL'I'I.llIIIltg .it vcry sl1ort noticc,
this 1'oc.il CIINCIIIIHIA' known .ls rlw Scxtct rc-
ccivctl much ldllltt' from l'.T.fX. groups .intl
othcr liltc UI'g.lllIY.lIIOllN. liltc the Triplc Trio,
they Incl .iftcr school for practicc, .intl liltc
thc rust of thc 1'oc.1l tlcp.1rtn1cnt toolt .1 lJ.ll'I
in most ol ilit- progr.1n1s tluring this yC.ll'.
'I'l1cir spring .ictiritics took thcm into alis-
Pianist. .Indy Rvthlt-l's1'n: lvft to right: Rust-mary I.uml1. Ilnrhnrai Ilixun, .lnnirv
liztutto. Kathy tlvorgrt-, Louire Lewis, Virginia Aaronholt.
The Tilla-Hi hand, directed hy Mr. Delmar Mahec, at the hand contest.
The lotxil merch.ints of
the city of Tillamook
sponsored .1 spring open-
ing this ye.u'. l:C.lfLII'L'kl
with this opening w.1s
the lmml contest of Til-
lamook COLll1Iy. Neuh-
K.il1- Nic High, l,ih:rty
junior High, giml Nes-
tuccn High were the
schools p41rticip.1ting iii
Tillamook high selmol
took first place honors
with their novelty tune
"Mambo li.1ml." Neuh-
Kali-Nic won first place
on the classical part of
the program. liirst prize
nmountetl to 530011.
By pinch hitting for
the regular band. playing
at pep assembles. travel-
ing to away games, and
many other tasks, the
Pep Band has nude itself
known around THS.
Consisting of a repre-
sentative from each of
the various sections of
the band, this group has
been acclaimed for its pep
and vigor. All members
of the regular band hope
to play on the pep band
The twenty-one piece Tillamook high school band, augmented at special occa-
sions by members of the junior high band, were frequent entertainers for school and
community functions, where their colorful costumes and excellent music were wel-
comed and applauded.
During the year they presented special music assemblies and even concerts in co-
operation with the vocal music department. There were three such affairs, one in the
fall, one at Christmas, and one during the spring term. In addition the band provided
background music at school plays. For the junior play, "Our Hearts were Young and
Gay," their repertoire consisted of 1929 tunes in keeping with the theme of the play.
Picture identification left to right: Baxter Moore, Richard Mahee. Bnh Bassett, Robert Fitzsimmorlh.
John Irving. Victor Creech, Nikki Griffith, Gordon Stewart, Dannice Moore, Dale Wynia, Rohert Astle-
ford, Robert James, hack row. Front row: Barbara Dixon, l'at.'y Miller, Charlotte Pye, Dehra Sehranz
and Gary Elbow. ln the extreme hackgrnund: Delmar Mnhee, director.
Left to right: R. Mallee, R. Bassett. P. Miller, R. Palmer, L. Dummer, D. Moore, G. Stewart, D. Wynia,
E. Fischler, L. Siehcrt, R. James, G. Elhow.
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KEN JOHNSON ROY LAWSON CAROL MeMINIMI'II-I KATHY PERSHALL CHARLES HASSHTT
Secretary President Vice President
KARICN .IICNSICN MARUIP1 Wl'Il.l.S .II'IANlC'l"I'l'I 'FOI-il. ROSICMARY LAMB BARBARA IJIXON
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MARY ANN Ill-IDITC DICK PLAEI' ROS-ALIE ZWEIFEL LELAND MeMURl'HY SIIHRRIIC KINNAMAN
ROGER JAMES KAREN EMICRSON KEN JACOB l4l'I'l"I'Y TOY l'IDD1l'I MURRAY
Philolaalons, the Tillamook high school chapter of the National I-Ionor Society, is considered the highest honor
which a high school student can achieve if elected to membership in it. Membership is based on outstanding traits of
cll1.ll'.lCICI' and Leadership and superior Scholarship, as well as outstanding Service to the school and community. Mem-
bers must be of junior or senior standing and are required to uphold the basic traits of membership after their induc-
tion also. During the past school year the Philoltalons awarded a S100 scholarship to a graduating senior, assisted the
administration, and compiled the honor roll. Two dances were held also. Spring and fall tapping ceremonies were
conducted by the members to select worthy members of the student body for induction into the society.
Carol Gorton, though not pictured, was a transfer to the Philokalon Chapter from the Neah-Kah-Nic National
Honor Society Chapter.
Officers for the year were president, Carol McMinimeeg vice-president, Kathy Pershallg and secretary, Roy Lawson.
Adviser was Miss Vida Abrams.
QUEEN RQSEMARY I BEING CRQWNED BY 1954 QUEEN CRAY
U i m e s campaign, xleanette
Smitli. ,Ieanette and lier run-
ning mates, tluanell Stafelt,
Sandee Martin and Susan Tib-
betts, raised S327 for polio.
QUEEN ,IEANETTE Ulf THE 1956
MARCH OF DIMES
Pictured at tlie left is tlie
Queen of tlie 1956 Mareli of
1955 l'lOMlfClOMlNCi activities
were ruled by lovely Rosemary
Lamb and laer court sliown at tl1e
left. Tltey were, from left to
right in tlie picture, Mary Ann
Lellue, Natalie Edgar and jean-
ette Tolil. Homecoming activities
consisted of tlie Coronation, a bon-
fire, a parade complete witli floats,
and a dance. Tlie big game was
October li witli Astoria.
BAXTER HOUR E and
KUNG and QUEEN Ol" lllfARTS
Crowned at tlie annual Valen-
tine lleart Dance, tliis year spon-
sored by tlie junior class, were
Baxter Moore and .luauell Stallelt.
botlt of tlme senior class and .1
popular study couple.
SENIOR BAl,l, RING CQIQORGE
King of tlie senior's biggest
dance, Llie Clliristmas season's
Senfor Ball, was George Mae-
ltey. llis queen was Katie
Brennen. Clliarles Bassett and
Ken -Iolinson were also 1110111-
bers of tlie Court. George is
pictured at middle left.
me K i gm
Standing: ll. Fritrhi-r, M. Smith. R. lleeler, G. Widmer, J. Gienger, 1. Coats, R. Rader, A. Trotter, G. Hoffman. G. Markey, E. llunsworth
D. Wynin. ll. l'lnt-p, T. Gicnizer. Km-eliniz: P. Bomzs, I.. Olson, B. Miner, D. Collins, J. Ripka, C. Bassett, R. Spencer, J. Paulson, K. Allrcad
I.. Prorlnr. Com-lies: Gm-rtzen, Lewis, Rosharh and Dooher.
Cheesemaker Football Teams Rate
State Semi-Finals in 1955
Tillamook had the most successful football season this year of
1955 that the community had seen for many years. Coach Don Ros-
bach fielded a team that in his first year of mentoring at Tilla-Hi
went all the way into the semi-finals of state A-2 football cham-
pionship. The powerful Mook squad bowed at the last to the Dallas
team on a muddy Dallas field in a game where the Cheesemakers
dominated all aspects of play relative to gains in the air and on the
ground but failed to score: Dallas sneaked across one T.D. in the
third quarter to take the game. They lost the next week to Vale.
Tillamook's group of outstanding coaches
was headed by Don Rosbach, formerly of
Camas. Wfashington. His first year was
tremendously successful and saw his
Tillamook won everything in the
Norco league and brought
home the first official Norco trophy in this first year the team
played A-2 ball. The Mooks lost three games all season: One to As-
toria, one to Parkrose and one to Dallas.
INDIVIDUAL SCORING FOR MOOKS
Point getters for
the red and whites were the
Cheesemakers go into State semi-finals. Fl'ifCl'fC1', ST- -- 69
Tony Dooher, backfield coach, came to Coats' Sr' ' " 65
. Trotter, r. . .. 32
Tillamook from Wootlburia, though he J
l ' l Spencer, Sr. . . 31
had coached at Tillamook Catholic earlier ,
Bassett, Sr. . .. lf
in his career. Line Coach Al Goertzen was Dooley, Sr. U I 6
filling out his second year as line mentor Plaep, Sr. . . 6
for the red and white. Gicnilcf- Sf- - - 1
Total Score: ,
Tillamook 195 .. Opponents 73 Al- GUl'3Wl'Z1'7N
Game time on the l'hee.+i-niakers home gridiron allowing crowd, radio hoolh, and team.
Despite the mud, yardage was gained.
Til! the hall out of the rece-in-r's hznnl'
Mnok mninstays imiin: after the hall
earrier. Little ynrrlaire.
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September 2 3
Tillamook 28 kNleal1-Kabi-Nie
September 3 U
Tillamook 19 Parkrose
Tillamook 20 Seaside
Tillzmook 0 Astoria
Tillamook 30 W.ll'l'CI1iL1'l
Tillamook 12 St. Helens
Tillamook 33 Newport
Tillamook 0 Dallas
Fonsifzlent ground gniner,llnrv Frileln-r,
gains some more, vs. Wnrri-nton.
Field noi n llil wel toward the end ol'
It's all over. llack to the shower room.
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Dallas and elimination from
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I-il State llonoralnlc Mention
"A" SQUAD BASKETBALL
Christensen, A. Trotter, G. Rixrgert, D. Plaep, G. Mackey.
The season started with quick success for the Mooks as they de-
feated three of their opponents in the first NORCO League Jamboree
and took first honors. They continued over the season and piled
up a fine 16 win - 8 loss record, counting jamboree and tourney play.
The Cheescmakers won first with Seaside as Co-Champions of
NORCO League and placed third in District 1.
The season saw many fast-moving games for the locals, and
the Camas fray was the first defeat for the Mooks. However, Swan-
son's five came back to win court honors over the Papermakers on
their home maples.
The Cheesemakers played four games with their biggest rivals,
the Seaside Seagulls and ended the season in a tie for first but with
a satisfying win over Gulls at the season's finale, which edged them
out of third in district.
The local team outscored their opponents by a big 92 counters
in a season of rallying 1211 for Tillamook and 1119 for the oppon-
ents. Much of Tillamook's success was due to the Carefully planned
court work of Coach Barney Swanson over the past three years.
Barney gave good ground work to the team over the years and
showed results in this 1955-1956 season.
Stanrlinsz: B. Moore, K. Johnson, K. Jacob, Coach Barney Swan, J. Coats, H. Friteher, R. Spencer. Kneeling: R.
Total . . .
Nestucca ..... 8
Seaside ...... 10
Newport .... 45
Camas . . . . . 59
Camas . . . . . 37
Newport .... 47
Toledo ...... 38
Central U . . . 44
Central U . .. 38
Astoria ..... 41
Nestucca .... 38
Astoria . . . . 36
Seaside . . . , , 43
Oswego ..... 62
Nestucca .... 49
Seaside .... . 60
Warrentoia . . 45
W:iri'enton . . 35
Oswego ,..,. 53
Pac. Frosh .. 72
St. Helens 46 CTD
Total .., 1,119
Robert Spencer, Sr. Guard, 319 pt., George Mackey, Sr. Center, 231 pt.g Jim Coats, Sr. Forward, 184 pt., Glenn
gert, Sr. Forward, 151 pt., Ken Jacob, Jr. Forward, 136 pt., Harvey Fritcher, Sr. Guard, 82 pt., Ken johnson
Guard, 74 pt., Richard Christensen, Sr. Forward, 14 pt.
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Slandinxr, left to riirht: Coach Darrel Lewis, R. lleeler, B. Baty, E. Murray, B. Miner, D. Vaughn, G. Madison.
Kneeling: R. Trammvl, G. Halfield. H. Smith, R. Gienger,R. James.
lfrosh team accumulated
a four win-five loss re-
lirosh -+0 Neahkah fr. 28
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Nclialcm B 24
TCHS B 46
Nehalem B 18
Neahliah lfr. 30
d 337 to their
Coach Darrell Lcwis lei
his Bee team to a success
ful season this year o
1955-S6 basketball. Th
squad ended play with
fourteen win, six loss re
cord in a long season o'
play. Coach Lewis playec
a two squad group eacl
as powerful as the othe
in scoring punch.
The Bees racked a tota
of 864 points against .
787 total for the oppon
IH Nesturea 28
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31 Seaside IM
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47 Seaside -86
Standing, left to right: R. Lovitt, M. Hayes, D. Leuthold, L. Hoffman. B. Plaep, J. Hoffert, J. Tone, J. Brummel,
R. Maher, Coach Al Goertzen, D. Hoffert, R. Buel, G. Van tress, J. Shartel, G. Robinson.
Back row: lvlrinnprq-rs, G. Altman and G. Elliot: wrestlers, .l. Klahn, E. Robitseh, S. Stratton, J. Doolin, J. Gienzer, R. Makinster, R. Mnchen,
G. VYiclmer, C, Larson, R. llaettt, and Coach Dun Roshach. Front row: H. Tupper, C. Kenney, G. Martinson, J. Markee, G. Stewart, ll. Fletch-
er, R. Anderson, R. Hedim-r, M. Smith, T. Gienger, .l. Ripka, P. Willey.
The Tillamook high school wrestling squad finished the season with a one win-five loss record. The team, how-
ever, did have a very fine year of rebuilding under new coach, Don Rosbach. Although they lost five, all these were
very close matches with the Cheesemen only losing by about five points in any one match.
Co-captains for this year's team were Morry Smith and Tom Gienger. They both finished third in district. Be-
cause of the lack of weight in several classes, Tom Gienger and jerry Ripka wrestled over their weight by about two
Little joe Markee had the best record with 7 wins and one loss over the season. He was closely followed by
Morry Smith with a 9-3 record and Tom Gienger with 8-4 Morry Smith has the biggest point getter for the year with
52. Tom Gienger was next with 422.
The squad only lost three men this year via graduation. These were Smith, Gienger and Paul Willey. The boys
will be missed but Mr. Rosbach is looking forward to a very successful 1957 season due to this year's work.
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Gene Widmer . 4'fQ
Holmes Tupper 4
Ronnie Meliinster . 295:
Bob Bassett . . 2
Ed Rohitseh . 2
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PROM - 1956
The 1956 Prom, sponsored hy the Class
of 1957 in honor of the soon-to-be-grach
uated Class of 1956, was held on the
evening of April 28 at the Officers Club
of the Naval Air Base.
The banquet was held in the high school
cafeteria. The theme "Stairway to the
Stars" was carried out throughout thc
evening at both affairs. The largest crowd
ever to attend a Tillamook High Prom
was on hand to see Queen -Iuanell crowned
to rule over the evening. Co-chairmen of
the Prom were Roger james and Karen
Tlll-I 1956 PROM COURT shown above from left to right are .loyee Mirow, Queen .luanell Stafek, and Jeanette Tohl. Their
escorts were Denny Thomas, Baxter Moore, and Jerry Johnson,
THE CAST IN CDSTUME
Extreme hack: D. Wynin, S. Tihlwtts, D. Hancock, B. Toy, F. Bohannnn. Standing: J. Davis, I.. Hebert. J. Krause, C. Pye, .I. Donlin,
l.. Proctor, G. Elhow, B. Hassett, T. Shappee, R. Lamh, C. Bassett, D. Spencer. N. Griffith, K. Johnson, G. Holmes, K. Jneoh, l.. Sieherl,
C. McMinimee, J. Wt-her, J. Tromhley. B. Thompson. Sitting: M. Lt-Duc. A. Davidson, L. Kelly, B. Dixon, R. Emerson, J. Knuttn, J.
Stafek. Front row: R. Rocky, T. Gienger, J. Schranz, E. Trammell.
THE BAXTERS AND l.0Lll
Tl ' .t l' t bod 1. "Sa ' teen" wa a s
it s ut tn y p ly even s
tremendous success. This was the first musical-
comedy presented at Tillamook high school for
many years. v ?
Audience reaction was particularly good for
this production. Nearly 1500 people witnessed ,
the songs, dances, and acting of Terry Shappee Y.
as Willie Baxter and Rosemary Lamb as Lola
Pratt. The many colorful costumes and realistic L L,
sets added to the intriguing musical. 4
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Mr. john Turbyne. Mr. Don Whitney, and '
Mrs. jackie jackson were commended on their A ' H 5
fine efforts in directing the cast of 45 people X.-
and e story into a success. With their continuing
help and suggestions the play was very interest-
ing and entertaining. The costumes worn showed
the realistic clothes of 1907 and setting.
From left to right: Dorien Hancock, Dale Wynia, Susan Tihht-tts, Terry
Shnppee, Rosemary Lamb.
A l'l.".'UI'ti cruwtl of I-H10 saw the Class of 1996 graduate on the evening of May 25 in the Tillamook Iligll Se
Aldis Wflvlw as main speaker. Speakers for the graduation were S.lzLlI1llOI'i.lI1 Roy Lawson, Valedictorian Rust
font Row, left tn right: Ken klnlmnwon, Betty Noteboom. Roy Lawson, Rosemary Lamb, leland MeMurpl1y, lic
llluwv, Rosie Krostag, Ciary Holmes. Second row: Ken Allread, AlLlLll1ii.l lfberlmard, XX"ayne Haugen, Debra Selmranl,
obert Spencer. -lean Swint, Ron Vanlioeltel. Third row: Dun Mapew, Cami Mealinimee. lee Carver. -loan Naegeli. I
'um Ciienger. I'-0LlI'llN row: Ron XVilli.nns, Mary Olson, 1iO!l Summers, llmiy Galloway, Paul larison, Uiane Xvard,
ktafelt. lfifth row: XVilli.nn l5LlQs.1x'd, Ciraee Shaw, Albert Mitchell, Helen Manilla, Robert lfitlgerald, Paula Strait, A
linda Krelw, Aleanette Tolml, Karen llensen, George Mackey, Carol Peterson, lit-tty lruess, Carol Gorton, Myrna If
Rnellard cllH'iSlt'l15Cl'l, Margaret XVells, Grayden Bernard, Sally Leach. Nm shown in picture: Charles Bassett, ,Ian
itoriuin. ll.lL'C.ll.lLll'C.IlJ services were heltl the preceding Suntl.iy evening, May 20, with The Reverend
imh. .intl Claw .intl llteulty speakers Ken Alohnson .intl lXl.lI'g.!l'Cl Wlell-z.
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orm.in, Rieh.irtl Phillips, Kathy Persh.ill, Dean lfleteher, M.1ry Ann Lellue, klnred Johnson, Carol l,oop, ijiry
lfriteher, New Binge, Vhil Boggs, Carolyn Hotlgtlon, l7.tle W'yni.t, Carol T.tnner, l,4irry Zygar, xloygg Mi,-ow
ley, fi.ll'f1l l".1rrin. Aloha Mntlcling, lS.ll'l7.ll'gl Dixon, lhvid Smith. 4I.inice lngles, Terry Dooley, Wlinnie Tuthill
LrI'l'in.tn, louise lewis, RlL'l1.ll'Ll Plgiep, Sherrie KlllI1.lI'H.7l1, Perry Meir.on, listher Schroeder, Baxter Moore, -ltmnell
tirtlielx, N.tt.ilie lftlgnr, Glenn Riggert, Artlis lhvidwn. l.4lllCC Olixer. Kay Smith. Sixth row: lliiryl l7.inforth
lllene Kelly, l,.llI'lCl.l l:.lll'lO.ll'lliS. Seventh row: -Iohn Paulson, Virginia Booth, Nlerwyn lltilhert, lionnice Moon
ts, lfunice lftlxmrtls, Beverly ll.ish, Beverly Marshall. Maxine Rush, Morrey Smith.
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BASEBALL Tl-JAM: Front row: P. Melson, pg L. Anderson, rf: M. Hulhurt, p: D. Wynia, third: P. Boggs, second: D. McClain, cg R.
Fitzsimmons, ss: R. Baty, c. Rack row: E. Trammell, second: R. Olson, D: R. Trammell: R. Roberts, lf: Mr. Tony Dooher, coach: G.
Riiuu-rt. Di A. Trotter, cfg R. Spencer, If: W. Finch, c.
The Tillamook diamond men were deep in experience and had depth for any position. The Checsemen
had an 8 wir.-6 loss record. The Mooks played some of the top freshmen teams in the Northwest and made a
good showing in most games. The diamond men played the top team in the Valley Coast League, Central
Catholic, and snubbed them 6 to 3.
Under the coaching of Tony Dooher, the Mooks were pointing towards the league championship and state,
but lost tht-ii chance at Seaside in a double headerg the Mooks los: the first, 2 to Og the second game, 3 to 0.
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TRACK TEAM: Front row: Assistant Coach Don Roshaeh, Baxter Moore, pole vault: Charles Bassett, 220: Allen Trotter. 100 and 220:
.lim Coats. discus, shot. relay: Perry Reeder, javelin. Bark row: Eddie Murray, low hurdles, 220, discus: Dt-Royce Bell, high jump, broad
jump: Gary Holnu-s, 440: Steve Stratton, mile: Frank Bohannun, mile: Harvey Frankn, hiizh jump: Wally Cunningham. manager, mile.
Henrl Foaeh Al Goertzen.
Tillamook high's 1956 track season could easily be named the most successful that the Mooks have had.
Coupled with good weather for practicing and the coaching of head coach Al Goertzen and his assistant Don
ROSb4lCli. Iliff ClI1ClCFIl1CI1 C0I1SlSICI1fly brought home top honors in their meets and went into state competition
with four track men who pulled down an eighth place there. Charles Bassett, .lim Coats, Allan Trotter, and
Roger -lame-a were the four who went to state. The relay team brought home a third, and Jim threw the discus
to .1 third and the shot to a fourth place.
SC.'lS0l't'S scoring saw the following results:
1956 TRACK SEASON
Second place-77 pts.
4-way meet: vs. Seaside, Xxfarrenton, Astoria.
lfirsx place-78 pts. W
2-way vs. Neah. 4-""'
lfirt' place-ll2 pts.
3-way vs. Newherg, lforest Grove.
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V V H1 1 One half of the Tilla-Hi relay team. .lim Coats. senior. and Allen Trotter,
lagxlttlt plltc 16 pts. junior, pass the baton in prarlire session on the Tilla-Hi field. Roger James,
SUIIC. junior. and Charlezi Bassett, senior, wait for the next lap.
GOLF TEAM: Cnarh Barney Swanson, R. Buel, J. Hoffert, R. Sheldon, R. Wood, R. Lemery, D. Hoffert, A. Johnson.
The young and very inexperienced golf team spent most of the season building. Consisting of all freshmen
members with the exception of one sophomore, the seven man squad took on severe competition in the area with
the inevitable results. The highlight of the year was the defeat they administered to the Neah-Kah-Nie squad.
They were third in the Norco league. But as the boys said, "Just wait a year or two."
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