Tillamook High School - Kilchis Yearbook (Tillamook, OR)
- Class of 1958
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DISTRICT NUMBER NINE SCHOOL BOARD-Blanche Lemire, Clerk: Jim Coon, Karl Zweifel, John Davy, .lack Hornback, Ted
Jacobs and Glenn Rnsenhcrix.
ln a democratic society all phases of activity that are supported by the people must have representatives of
those people to help govern and to plan the policies. This is true, of course, of the school as well.
In Tillamook's District No. 9 this representation was achieved through the group pictured above for the school
year 1957-1958. Five of the abov-e are elected members of the Board of Directors of the school district, they rep-
resent a varied group of occupations, such as farming, logging, and labor in general. It is their responsibility to see
that the schools of the area operate properly by planning the over-all
of the Board
policies, hiring the personnel to run the schools, and arranging a budget
for the support. Together with the superintendent and clerk of the dis-
trict they niet in regular monthly meetings, and frequent special meetings,
to keep the schools running smoothly during the year.
A series of spring meetings brought together this group and other
selected members of the community to discuss the budget for the coming
year. As district No. 9 represents a community of 200 students and 150
teachers and other personnel, it is easy to see that the responsibility of
management is really great
The smooth operation of the high school during the year following
the high sstandards asked by the people of the district attests to the suc-
cessful management of the above board.
PRI NCI PAL
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Science Department Mathematics .
DON WHITNEY AND JEAN LLOYD CECIL MILLER, LEW FORSTER AND
Physical Education Dept. Fine Arts
DARRELL LEWIS, MARILYN PARRISH DOROTHY SMITH, ARTg VIRGINIA BARNETT,
AND DON ROSBACH CHORUSg ED KAPHAMMER, BAND I
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NORA KREMERS BARBARA BRADLEY NELLIE COBB
Mrs. Andcrgon, Mrs. Ross, Head Dietician of District No. 9, Mrs. Ruby Fcllowg, and Mrs. Dooley.
Leonard Lloyd Clyde Tompkins and Lester Edwards Earl Miner, Klaus Wynia and Elmer Ellerbroek
Pat Warren, secretary: A' Gierl
zen, advisor: Hugh Rofenhcrf
visor: Jim McCabe, treasurer
The main project of the senior class was to sponsor a Senior Ball, the theme of which was "My Blue Heaven."
held annually at the Elks Temple in the early part of December, and presented the first formal dance of the school
year, in which Jim McCabe was crowned king for the night.
For the second year in a row the senior class came out with top honors in the float contest which was decorat-
ed to the theme of "Come See Our Eleven in ,S7."
Bette Johnson was the class choice for homecoming princess which saw Lee Ann Wyss crowned queen with
Pat Knutson and Pat Wfarren, sophomore and junior class represented respectfully. "
Barbara Thompson was elected editor of the TYV press club paper "The Link" at the first quarterlv meet-
ing of the year.
The top ten senior scholastically spent one day taking the Merit Scholarship test but none of the ten were
able to pass the brain stopper quiz.
For the first time Tilla-I-Ii w,as 'honored by two full-time visiting foreign studentsg they were Renate Krieg
from Homburg, Germany, and Jim'McGabe from Honolulu, Hawaii.
Richard Machen received two honors, one being the State Conservation speech winner, and also was awarded
"'l000 bank scholarship with a guaranteed job upon graduation from college.
The chief mon-ey making project for the class was the play presented in November called "Onions in the Stew"
i'h saw a small crowd the first night but the class canvassed the town thoroughly and saw a large audience for
1 second performance. The play provided many laughs and featured Dave Egerton and Pat Knutson as the leads.
Linda Kelly was awarded a trip to New York for her speech on United Nations which found Linda as a co-win-
ner in this district, and she was selected as one of ten best speakers in a contest held in New York. Sponsors of the
trfp were the Odd Fellow and Rebekah Lodges.
prefidentg Dorothy Smith, ad-
and Connie Lar on, viee presi-
"Give me a farm and I'll be happy."
FFA: Junior Class Play: Stage Crew.
"Wise to resolve and patient to perform."
AVA: Radio Production Club: Acted in eleven plays:
Footlights: Thespians: FBLA: Key Club, Secretary: Heart
Fund: Prom Central: Senior Ball Committee.
"We are shaped in fashion by what we love."
Transfer from Minnesota.
"Mo t people judge men by lucccss or by l'ortunv XVh0I'ft2lS reixl
worth is in friendliness and hclpfillness to others."
DeMolay, Master Councilor: Order of the T, Pre.-ideni:
Football, A and B: Baseball, A: Ba'-'ketball, A and ll:
Student Council: Golf Club.
"Silence is an answer to :L wise man."
FFA: Hunting and Fi'hing, President: Electronic.: Club,
Treasurer: Christian Club: Toastmasters: Amateur Radio
"It is 1-1 wise hezul thiit makes it still tongue.
Transfer from Nehalem. FFA.
"Just listen and you'll know where Bob is.'
Frorh VP: B Football: The'pians, VP: Student Coz'x1c'il:
Order of T: Acted in several plays: A Football: lhiiokn-A
Ions, VP: Frosh Basketball: Track: Wrestling: Heart
Fund: March of Dimes: Prom Central: Band.
"Where there's fun or trouble you'll see "Babe"
Hi-Y: B Football: B Basketball: Chorus: AVA: Trampo-
line Club: Stage Crew: Intramurals: Heart Fund: Car-
toon Club: Forestry.
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"VVhy should I study? Ain't I a genius ?"
Frosh Basketball: Hunting and Fishing: Sophomore, VP:
Prom Central: Student Body Play: Senior Class Play:
Esquires, VP: A Track: A Football: B Football: DeMolcy,
Master Counselor: Hi-Y: Thespians: Heart Fund: Foot-
GENE BOLLE l
"You hem' that boy laugrhing- you'd think he's all fun."
A Football: Order of the T: Prom Central: Heart Fusnl.
"The tcmple of our pure.t. thoughts is silent."
Chri tian Cluh: FBLA: Thespinns, Junior Pep.
l'-TERRY ANN BOTBYL
K "A' merry an the day is long."
Transfer from Michigan.
"She is proud in humility."
FBLA: Health Room: Junior-Senior Prom Work.
"She that loves and laughs must rusely do well."
FHA, Treasurer: GAA, Secretary: Tri-Hi-Y: Service Club:
Girl of the Month: Intramurals.
"My one und only love-my Ford."
Football Manager: Radio Club, Photography Cluh: Junior
"We cannot fight for love, as men may do."
FTA: FBLA: Tri-Hi-Y, Secretary: GAA, President: In-
"Handsome-everything about him."
FFA: A and B Football.
"She is rich in friends."
Stamp Club: FTA: FBLA: Senior Class Play: Jr. Pep:
Tilla-Hi News: Thespians.
"To be a well favored man is a :rift of fortune."
Frosb Football: B Squad Football: Intramurals, News-
Reporter: Tilla Hi News Staff: Order of the T: Baseball
Manager: Esquires: A Football: Stage Crew.
"Beneath his quietners is true character."
Key Club, President: Ds-Molay: Homecoming Committee:
Stage Crew: Hunting and Fiehinfz: Radio Amateur Club:
"No man is the wi er for his lezirningzf'
FFA: B Football: Home Room President.
GOLDIE DAVIS ,
"There isn't any sweet man worth the :alt of my tears."
"A LfUOKl scholar in all sense of the word."
Rainbow: Jr. Pep: FBLA: FTA: Editor of GL Bulletin:
Thespians: Girl of the Month: Service Girl: Acted in two
Plays: GAA: Christian Club: Kilehis Staff: Tilla-Hi
"I agree with no man's opinions. I have some of my own."
' Transfer from St. Helens.
th colors true
"Always willing to help when things need to be done."
B Football: Clarinet Quartet: Band President: Junior
Class Play: Senior Class Play: Thespians, Footlights.
"Straight and graceful as a. model."
Transfer from North Salem High: Senior Tri-Hi-Y.
"Who does not love wine, women, and song remains a fool
his whole life long."
Photography Club: Golf Club: AVA: Intramurals: B
Football: DeMolay: Thespians: B Basketball: Hunting and
Fishing Club: Order of T: Track: Esquires.
"Let 21 smile be your umbrella."
Transfer from Taft High: Senior Tri-Hi-Y: FTA: Pep
'4M1rn with a song."
Chorus: B Squad Baseball: Golf: Life with Father: Intra-
A blush is beautiful, but often inconvenient."
Rainbow: Trl-Hi-Y: Service Club: FHA: Chcczetts: Foot-
liprhts: Advertising: Staff: Editing and Layout Staff:
Journalism 1 and 2: Tilla-Hi News: Girl of the Month.
"Always ready for adventure."
A Baseball: A and B Football: A and B Basketball:
Order of T, VP.
LINN EA FREEMAN
"Good things should be praised-especially when they'i'c
Transfer from Beaverton: Pep Club: Tri-I-Ii-Y.
"Good things should be praised - especially when they'r:v
Transfer from Beaverton: Pep Club: Tri-Hi-Y.
"It takes life to love life."
Footlights: Thespians: Treasurer: GAA: Prom Central:
Junior Pep: Homecoming Chairman: Student Council:
Soil Conservation Speech, 2nd: Heart Fund: State
"And whei'el'o:'e are you gentle-, strong, and valiant 7"
Saphcmore Class Treasurer: Junior Class Secretary: Boys
Federation, Secretary-Treasurer, President: DeMolay: A
and B Basketball: Track: Frosh Basketball: Prom Central:
Philokalons: Varsity Football, Manager: Radio Club:
Tilla-Hi News Staff: Student Council: Order of T: Quill
Uliewarel Her laugh is contagious."
Tri-I-Ii-Y: Christian Club: Kilchis: Student Body Play:
Footlights: Service Club: Thespians: FBLA: Radio Club:
Intramurals: Girls Glee: Acted in three plays.
JEAN ANN GODSEY
"You value a, friendrhip with a person like Jean."
Christian Club: Jr. Class Play Committee: Girls League
Scrapbook: Father-Daughter Banquet.
"Sweet and lovely."
Transfer from Tillamook Catholic High: Senior Class Play.
"A mighty spirit fills that little frame."
Frosh Basketball: JV Basketball: A Basketball: Intra-
murals: Tilla-Hi News Staff: Track: Student Council:
Trampoline Club: Stage Crew: Prom Central: 4-H Club.
"She is pretty, honest, and gentle: and one that is your
FBLA Girls League Rep.: GL Health Room: Pep Club:
we always win
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Silence is never rcLrretted."
Agriculture: Woodworking Club: Intramurals.
lhe most agreeable person and the truest friend."
GAA: Radio Club: Clarinet Quartet: Phi Sigma Tri-Hi-Y.
BII L HUDGEON
A stolen kiss is a rare delight."
Stage Crew Seven Plays: Junior Class Float: Thespians:
Thespians Float: Senior Class Play: Freshman Football:
A Football: Hunting and Fishing Club: AVA Club:
I UCILLE HESSE
There is great ability in knowing how to conceal une's
Phototzraphy Club: Thcspians: Play Committee: FBLA,
VP: Girl of Month: Heart Fund: Prom Central: Tilla-Hi
Nzws Reportcr: Tilla-Hi News Staff: Quill and Scroll:
Church Youth Group, Secretary, President: Kilchis: Erlitzzr
cf G.L. Bulletin: March of Dimes, Chairman.
A truer friend you'll never find."
Transfer from Hillsboro High: Student Council: FTA:
Senior Class Play: Kilchis Staff.
a man will make courtesy and say nothing, he is virtuous."
Key Club, Treasurer: Christian Club, VP: Homecoming
Comm.: Senior Class Play: Track, Manager: Pep Band:
Rep. for Beaver Boys State: Thespians: Home Room,
President: Prom Central: AVA: Hunting and Fi.hinxr
Club: Footlifzhts: Dance Band: Acted in three plays.
MON A ISANHART
I had winirs - - - - - - -."
FHA: Camp Fire: Rainbow.
You don't have to be noisy to be nice."
Band: Senior Class Play: Christian Club.
"Quiet ways are often desirable ways."
Golf: B Squad Football: Order of T: FFA:
BETTE RAE JOHNSON
"Her lezuleiwhip and poise draw admiration from
GL VP: '56 Heart Fund Chairman: Senior
A and B Yell Leader: Sond Leader: Junior
dent: Philokalons: Quill and Scroll: Girl of
'57 Girl of the Year: Rainbow: Tri-Hi-Y, VP: Editor of
Tilla-Hi News: Homecominxr Princess: DAR Award: Prom
Central : Valedietorian.
LINDA KELLY V
"Little girl with big: ideas."
Tri-Hi-Y, Chaplain: Service Club: Photo Club: Thespians:
Footlizhts: FTA: Acted in six plays: A and B Squad Yell
Leader: Sane' Leader: VP of .lunior Cass: Prom Chair-
man: Merch of Dimes Chairman: Father-Dauxrhter Ban-
quet, M.C.: Heart Fund: Radio News Reporter: IOOF
l'ni1c:l Nations Speech Conte t Winner.
"Lovely to lock at." 'V I
Service Club: Tri-Hi-Y, VP, Chaplain: Prom Central: Pep
Club, Secretary: A Squad Sonyzleader: Thespians: Foot-
Iiuhts: FTA: FHA: FBLA: Senior Ball: Acted in five
plays: Homecoming Princess: Philokalons: Kilehis Staff:
"Her friendly way: are outstanding."
G'rman Exehamze Student: GAA: Horizon Club, Secretary!
Chitreh Youth Group: Student Council: Junior Clars Piay:
S'nior Clsss Play: Girl of the Month: FTA: Quill and
"One woman man."
Thespianf: S-:nior Class, VP: Fresh C'as: President: Slu-
flent Body play: Junior Class Play: Senior Class Play: A
Football: Wre tfing: DeMolay.
ORLENE ILEAMOND STEWVART
"Sumo girls are so lucky."
Rarlio Production Club: Vocal Ensemble: Footiizhtr:
Thu-pians: FBLA: Tri-Hi-Y, Secretory: Service Club:
Prem Ccntr1xl:,Junior Class Play: Senior
Slndent Body Play. ,
"Ncatne s and poise are traits derired by ull."
Srrvife Club: Chorus: Mixed Chorus: Tri-Hi-Y: Go'f Club. M
"No leaderhip, character, or abilities can surpass his."
Frosh Class President: Junior Class Treasurer: FFA
Secretary, VP: Chairman of FFA Parliamentary Team:
Student Council: A Football: Wrestling: Senior Class
Play: Pbilokalons: Outstanding Boy: Key Club: Order of
T: Track: Christian Club: Heart Fund: Prom Central:
Student Body President: Salutatorian.
"Too had everyone isn't as good as I."
Photography Club: Golf Club: AVA: Intramurals: B Squad
Football: DeMolay: Thespians: B Squad Basketball Man-
ager: Hunting and Fishing Club: A Squad Basketball
Manager: A Squad Football: Order of T: Egquires.
"Did you see her T"
WVrestling: A Football: Order of T: Key Club: Hunting
and Fi.hing Club: Stamp Club: Radio Club: Golf Club.
"The sign on the ceiling says, 'If you can read this you're
A Football: A Wrestling: Order of T: FFA, President:
FFA Parliamentary Team: B Football.
"Just look at thoze eyes."
Transfer from Hawaii: A Football: Senior Claus Play:
Senior Ball King: FTA.
"A sense of humor is a worthwhile trait."
Golf Club: Chorus: Prom Central: Play Committees: Hi-Y.
"Jut ask me!"
Trampoline Club: Basketball A and B: Football A and B:
A Baseball: Order of the T: DeMolay.
"Melancholy men are often most witty."
FFA: Cartoon Club.
"Never in a hurry except when he's driving."
Stare Crew: FAA: Christian Club: Hunting and Fiehing T li
"If I can't play in sports, why should I come to school '!"
Intramurals: Trampoline Cluh: B Squad Football: A Squad
"Oh for the Future!" W
"A friend that helps one in need, is a friend indeed."
Junior Class Play: Senior Class Play: Student Body Play:
GL Health Room Comm.: FBLA: Intramurals: Junior
"Big but oh so gentle."
A Football: B Football: A Wrestling: A Track: AVA:
Order of T.
"Love, like a fire, can never be quenched."
Service Cluh: FI-IA: Student Council: Photography Club:
Rainbow: Tri-I-li-Y, Treasurer: Girl of Month: March of
"Did you hear that joke about ---- -T'
Footlizhts: Esquires, President: A Baseball: A and B Foot-
bnll: Frosh Basketball: Order of T: DcMolay.
"She's :rot more than one swing!"
FHA: GAA, VP: FBLA: Golf Club: A Golf Tealn: Intra-
"Who says you c:1n't work hard and still have fun Y"
WVrestling: B Football: FFA.
"What would we do without Rich ?"
Senior Ball Committee: Kilchis: Layout Editor Tilla-Hi
News: Thespians: DeMolay: Acted in three plays.
"Let me tell you about that car."
B Football: DeMolay: Wrestling: Senior Class President:
Prom Central: Shop Club: FFA: Heart Fund: Senior Ball
Chairman: Coasters Hot Rod Club.
"Whose virtue and whoe general graces speak that which
none else can utter."
GAA: Prom Central: Heart Fund Drive: Girl of Month:
Service Girl: Kilchis Staff: Philokalons: FTA: Pep Club:
Homecoming Committee: Service Club: Intramurals: Foot-
lights: Outstanding Student in Chemistry Award: GL
"I have other fish to fry."
Hunting 8: Fishing Club: Photography Club: Intramura.s.
"Just let me have fun."
Tri-Hi-Y. Secretary and Treasurer: Rainbow: Service Club:
Pep Club, Treasurer: Photography Club: Footlights: Junior
Class Play: Itilchis Committee: Heart Fund: Play Com-
mittees: Student Council.
"Tho steps to true happine s are often difficult to climb."
Rainbow Worthy Advinor: Photography Club: Pep Club:
Service Girl: Service Club: Heart Fund: Tri-I-Ii-Y, Presi-
dent: Tilla-Hi News Reporter: Tilla-Hi News Staff:
Kilrhis Committee: Philokalons, Treasurer and Secretary:
FBLA, State Reporter.
"Look out, Donna's driving l"
Service Cbul: Chorus: Intramurals: Kilchis Committee:
HENRY LIIANKJ SMITH
"Free and easy."
A and B Football: DeMolay: Frosh Basketball: A and B
Squad Basketball: Prom Central: A Baseball Manager:
lfootlirrhts: Acted in one play: Golf Cluh.
"Technique - - - Q - -."
Freshman Class Treasurer: Thespian, Treasurer: Philo-
kalons, President: Secretary of Girls League: Tri-Hi-Y,
Secretary: Footlights: FHA: B Squad Cheer Leader: A
Squad Sungleader: Pep Squad: March of Dimes Queen:
Heart Fund: Prom Central: Photography Club: Student
Council: Acted in one play.
"lm not as quiet as I seem."
Transfer from Hood River.
"Faithful and true."
FHA: Girls Woodworking: Junior Pep: Pep Club: Girl of
"There are some things yzreater than honor ---- -!"
Transfer from California: A Baseball: A Basketball: A
Football: Senior Class Play.
"Stay at sweet. as you ure."
FHA: .Iunior Pep: Girl of Month: Play Committees: Prem
" ----- Life is so full of problemsf,
FHA: FBLA: FTA: Prom Central: Parade Chairman for
I-Iomecoming: Junior Pep: Rainbow.
"There is no genius in life like the genius of activity and
FHA: Junior Pep: A Squad Songleader and Cheerleader:
Thespians: Tri-Hi-Y: March of Dimes Queen: Editor of
Link QTYV League Press Club Paperj: Tilla-Hi News
Staff: Girl of Month: M.C. of Spring Concert: Heart
Fund: Prom Central.
to thee we sing - - -
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'KW'1tch our girls here I come "
to - - - A Basketball: Freshman Basketball: JV Basketball: Bute-
ball: Student Council: Intramurals: Golf Club.
"Love is life's wealth."
Tri-Hi-Y: Photo Club: Student Council, Rep.: Footlights:
Service Club: Thespians.
' Sf1e'd do something: for someone before :he would for herself."
Interior Decorating: Footlights: Acting or Committee
Work in ten plays: The pians: Chairman of Junior Con-
HEIYERIA' VAN CESE
"lievy's always laugrhimzf'
Christian Club: FTA: FBLA: Rainbow: Christian En-
deavor: Horizon Club: Footlights: Kilchis Sales: Intra-
murals: Girls Glee: Girls Ensemble: Radio Club.
"Ch2LI'2lCT.01' is what God gave her."
Radio Production Club: Vocal Ensemble: Footlights: Thes-
pians: FBLA, Secretary: Try-Hi-Y, President: .Iunior
Pep: Play Committee.
"So various are the tastes of men."
Frosh Basketball: B Squad Football: B Squad Basketball:
Student Council: Order of T: FFA: A Squad Football:
Escort for Homecoming' Queen: A Basketball.
"A smile that cracks the ice."
FHA, VP: Kilchis YVork: Commercial Club: Worked on
three plays: 4-H: GAA: Intramurals.
"Personality plus ll'
Dependable and capable."
Kilchis Staff: Pep Cluh: Prom Central: FHA: FTA,
President: FBLA, President, Treasurer: Tri-Hi-Y: Home-
coming: Princess: GAA, Sports Manager: Intramurals:
Girl of Month: Student Council: Philokalons.
"She can because she thinks she can."
Freshman Class Secretary: Service Club: Tri-Hi-Y, Presi-
dent: Prom Central: Student Council: Chorus: Pep Club:
Girls League, President: Thespians: Footlights: FTA:
FHA. Historian: Senior Ball: Heart Fund Co-Chairman:
Girl of Month: Acted in five plays: March of Dimes
"Quietuess breeds wisdom."
FFA: Amateur Radio Club, President: Photography Club,
VP: Electronics Club, VP.
"Here comes Deanna. I hear her laugh."
FHA: Service Club: Photography Club: 4-H Club.
"As busy as a bee and as sweet a it honey."
A Squad Cheerleader and Sonxzleader: Tri-Hi-Y: Home-
coming Queen: FTA, Secretary: Girls League Secretary:
FBLA: Intramurals: Golf Club: Kilchis Staff: Prom Cen-
tral: Girl of Month: Heart Fund: Pep ClLb.
J EAN YOUNG
good artist is always needed."
Intramurals: Radio Club: Christian Club: Interior De-
cnratinlr: Footliehts: Thespians: Rainbow: FHA: Prom
Committee: Acted in two plays: Worked on five plays.
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Rainbow, Worthy Advisor: Tri-Hi-Y, Secretary, Historian:
Srrvice Club: Pep Club, President: Thespians, Secretary:
FBLA: FHA: Kilchis Editor: Prom Central: Philokalons:
Tilla-Hi News Reporter: Girl of Month: Worked and Art-
ed in four plays: Student Council: Heart Fund: Quill and
S:-roll: County Elks Leadership Contest, first place:
the strength of all our days - - -
Transfer from Gaston, Ore.
Transfer from Crescent
Transfer from Bandon,
class at VViIson.
What'cha eatin' ?
Whigkey Creek Picnir.
"Zifzg" and "Ncttc."
We like short-shorts.
Queen Lec Ann l.
Dance with me
Beauty andthe Beast
Where'd he go, Harv "
Down she goes!
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Deirdre Greenway, Edna Jes-
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Warren, Lezxnard S'pnk, and
The Junior year for the class of 1959 was a typically busv one, and started school with the problems of
earning funds for the annual Junior-Senior Prom and Banquet. A ways and means committee was organized under
the leadership of Miss Edna Jcsseph and Mr. Tony Dooher, class advisors. Under their direction the class spon-
sored candy sales, cake sales, and car washes. The Junior class also presented the historical play, "Love is Eternal."
The juniors chose Pat Warren to represent them as Homecoming Princess and backed her with their full sup-
port. Fannie Gingerich was chosen March of Dimes Princess for 1958 and the class worked extremely hard man-
aging to raise 5280.00 for the worthy cause.
The junior Class was well represented with Fannie Gingerich, Pat Melson Judy Knutson, and Judy Rethlelson as
Song Leaders. There was also a large group of juniors in Pep Club helping to promote school spirit.
The junior class can conclude that they had a successful year with many contributions to the welfare ofthe
school. Their leadership ability is illustrated by the fact that four of the student body officers came from the
junior class. They were Vice President, Bob Baty: Secretary, Judy Rethlefsong Treasurer, Suzi Tibbettsg and Busi-
ness Manager, Ron Buel.
Left to right: Pat Melson, Judy
Rethlefsen, Janet Wilson, .lean N
Scholes, Wally Cunningham,
Suzi Tibhetts, Marlene Schmitz,
Darlene Miner, Glenda Ackley,
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This freshmen section is dedicated to the
memory of Bruce Ralston, frehman, tragi-
cally killed in a hunting accident this year.
Jerry Benfield Karen Robinson
Jerry Lynn Mentzer
Right: Dan Williams, Leon
Thompzon, Claudia Schelling,
Pat Dunsworth, Mr. Lunda,
The freshman class, the class of '61, was very active this year in every sense of
the word. They took part in almost every phase of school life including athletics, three
school plays, clubs and had a large representation on the honor roll each semester.
Lee Ann Wyss, the freshman princess for Homecoming, was elected queen of this
event due to the loyal support of her sponsoring class. Later Susan Chambers, frosh
class princess for the March of Dimes, was also queen, again due to the excellent back-
ing of the freshmen. The frosh contribution to this drive was 541057, an average of
32.84 per person.
The class was well represented in freshmen athletics. In both football and basket-
ball the team had an almost undefeated season. Later in the year a permanent trophy
was presented to the school in honor of the outstanding frosh football player. This
a hunting accident eaily in the year The class was also represented in wrestling,
trophy was presented in memory of Bruce Ralston, a freshman boy who was kill-ed
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ack and baseball. In March the class was the recipient of a party given to them by
Advisers for the class were Jean Lloyd and Darrell Lunda.
Wayne Rogers Gary Witcher Nancy Mahurin Louise Ratliff
Harvey Simmons Penny McKinney Pat VanDamme Diana Storm
Jack Stockton David Moore Bonnie Waldkirch James Zuercher
Glen Waker Johnny Parker Margaret Reynolds
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This year's student coun-
cil, headed by President Rich-
ard Machen and advised by
Principal Don Spiering, car-
ried on Tilla-Hi's government
functions with much success.
The first major project
was to organize the 1957
Homecoming, which was held
on November 8th against
Neah-Kah-Nie. They ap-
pointed John Irving as over-
all chairman, and made a few
additions to the annual event.
The first was a Registration
clay for all THS alumni. They
also set aside a section in the
grandstand, and introduced
past THS football players
during half time of the game.
Another function the coun-
cil performed was the form-
insz of the J,Vetts, a new
junior pep club to promote
pep for the B squad.
The student council is
made up of the home room
representatives plus presidents
from each class and clubs of
the school. and of course the
student body officers.
Standing: Dale Applebce, Dennis Carey, Dan Hoffert, Jack Cornett, Richard Trammell, Steve
Krake, Linda Zygar, Leonard Supak, Deirdre Greenway, Pat Melson, Donna.Huson, Renate
Krieg, Mike Hayes, Berry Miner, Jan Galloway, Hugh Rosenberg, Susan Christensen, Bonita
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' Neilson. Leon Andersen, Nancy Brcwcr. Ron Gienger and Mike Neileizh. Seated: Kathy Rice,
Linda Honey, Dehbie James. Vicki Nti'eifrh, Jeanette Smith, Richard Machen, Bob Baty, Judy
Rcthlefsen, Susan Tihhetts, and Ron Buel.
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SUSAN TIBBETTS RON BUEL, Btvsmizss
The school's finances were looking
up this year as they had a balance of
31047.60 at the first of the year and
by January 9th came up to S2107.09.
The subject of naming the foot-
ball field was brought up and it was
dezided that each class would submit
three names with a brief reason and
ltistory of the person or subject.
Twelve names were put before the
student body to vote on.
Princfpal Don Spiering accompanied
Richard Machen, Linda Zygar, Suzi
Tibbetts, and -Tudy Rethlefsen to the
Oregon Youth Council. Richard also
attended the Student Council Confer-
ence held during the summ-er.
The Council also backed the three
drives that have become a tradition in
Tillamook high school: The Goodwill
Drive, the March of Dimes, and the
Heart Fund. Contributions this year
ranged higher than ever before, show-
inq the splendid cooperation the stu-
dents gave the council in such ven-
MANAGER BOB BATY, VICE PRESIDENT
Editor , , ...,,.. .,.. . .
Assiotanf Editor ...,,.
Layout Editor ,..., .,,,
Business Manager .
Sport: Editor .....,.,.. .,.,.
Art Editor .. .. . ..
Senior Class Editor ,
Junior Class Editor , ..
Sophomore Class Editor
Frelhman Class Editor
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.....,.. Pat Warren
...... Janice Davis
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.. Betty Jean Warren
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Hey, who took my pencil?,'
Mr. Anderson, this picture's too big!"
3 f "DON,T WRITE ON THAT PlC"l'UREl',
XVith people running through the room, layout sheet, or paste bottle in hwncl,
izzz 3 everyone else shouting for the attention of the frustrated editors or layout manager,
LINDA ZYGAR and Mr. Anderson in the midst of tearing out his hair, one might be tempted to Cross
Richard Rocei, Cheryl Ilohannon, Jan Mclllinimee, Norman Anderson, Pat Steele, Janice Davis, Ron Buel.
Bette Jean Warren, Pat Melson, Linda Zygar, Deirdre Greenway, Pat WVarren.
Editing and Layout
Bohhie Gould, Joan Jefferson, Janet Wilfon, Linda Anderson, Marian
Miller, Karen Bush, Katy Bolster, Marilyn Schweitzer, Darlene Miner. , .
Claudia Svhelliniz, Glenda Ingres, Karen can-iii, Judy Rethlefsen, Advertlsgng
Bonita Nielsen, Cheri Hayes, Glenda Ackley, Pat Slyter, Diane Good-
head, Janice Davis,
Diane Miller, and Gail Fitzgerald.
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Wally Cunningham, Suzie Sturgis, Lucille Hesse, Gail Fitzgerald, Sa ly
Bagley, Pat Knut,on, Pal. Melgon and Diane Miller.
Layout Editor ..,... ..,.....,.., R iehard Rocci
, Barbara Thompson
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Bette Rue Johnon
News Editor ..,...
Feature Editor ,...
Circulation . . ,,..., ,,
Advertisement .. .. .. ..... ., Bill Collins
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Reporters . ....,. Journalism I and-3lI,L'lasses
his fingers and hope the Kilchis would turn out to be even half what they expected.
There was n plan behind all of this activity, however. The plan was to turn out
ri top-flight book, and the challenge of accomplishing such a goal kept the staff work-
ing diligently during and after school. A long sigh of relief was uttered by every staff
member when March finally came and they settled into less strenuous activities such as
working on the summer supplement.
Journalism I S
IIICTTE RAE JOHNSON
The Journalism l and ll
classes of THS were kept
busy throughout the 1957-58
school year because they pub-
lished the Tilla-Hi News
every two weeks and also
worked on radio school news
for KTIL. The Journalism
ll group also assisted the
Bzlrbnrn Thomson was elec-
ted editor of the TYV pub-
lication at the First TYV
Press Club meeting in Mc-
Minnville. Th-e journalism
groups were hosts to the
TYV Press Club in May.
Richard Roeci, Bill Collins, Pat
S'yter, Gail Fitzgerald, Barhara
Thompson, Lucille Hesse, Bette Rae
.lohnson and Norman Anderson.
Standing, left to right: Marlene Schmitz, Shirley Stanire, Juanita Thomas, .ludy Knutson, Donna Smith, Shirley Birch, Rosalie Berglund,
Carlene Johnson, Fanny Gineerich, Mary Chambers, Donna Huson, Willadene Maizarrell, Pat Steele, Anita Beeler. Sitting: Renate
Krieg, Vicki Hodizrlon, Darlene Miner, Deirdre Greenway, Betty .lean lVarren. Kneeling: Jim Brummel, lloh Holland, Gary Johnson, Ron
Buel, Jack Hoflert. Jim Shartel, Dan Hoffert, Larry Hoffman.
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V John Irving
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J canette Smith
The Philokalon Chapter of the National Honor Society of Tilla-Hi, consist-
ing of outstanding juniors and seniors, was ably led this year by
Jeanette Smith. Officers assisting her in leading the honor group were Bob
Bassett, vice-president, and Pat Slyter, secretary-treasurer. Advisor for the group
was vida Abrams. The year was begun with five senior members. Additional
m-embers were added in the fall and spring inductions.
The members are chosen on the basis of their character, scholarship, leadership
and service. juniors must be in the top ten percent of their class, seniors, the
top fifteen percent. It is a very high honor for a student to be tapped for mem-
bership in Philokalons.
Back row: Kathy George, Ethelda Kneeland, Phyllis Prince, Jean Godscy, Charlotte Pye, Ray Machen, Judy Hopkins,
Marvin Astleford. Second row: Rowlcne Fountain, Caroline Hoerauf, .Ienean Hoyt, Charlene Chapman, Geraldine Seif-
fert, Janis VanderStoep, James Zuercher, Sharon Ellerbroek. Sitting: John Irving, Bob Plaep, Jean Scholes, Mrs. Ida
Christian Club is an organization composed of students who are interested in promoting the interest and work of
the church in high school.
Quill and Scroll
Quill and Scroll is a national honorary for upper classmen who participate in journalistic activities.
Back row, left to right: Renate Krieg, Bette Rae Johnson. Pat Slyter, Richard Rocci, Ron Gienger, Janice Davis, Lucille
Hesse, Darlene Miner and Gail Fitzgerald. Seated: Betty Jean Warren, Linda Zygar, and Barbara Thompson. Not pictured:
Janet Wilson, Marilyn Parrish, Judith Hopkins, Renate Krieg, Loretta Burden, Joan Hey, Karen Mapes, Katy Bolster Oivia Joss, Anita
Beefer, Cherie Hayes, Betty Jean Warren, Darlene Miner, .lutn Robinson, and Stella Cameron.
G. Il. ii.
The Girls Athletic Association of Tilla-Hi, under the head of Stella Cameron, president, had a very busy
year. Beginning the new year, off with a good start, was the initiation of new members.
The club officers for che year were: President, Stella Camcrong Vice President, June Robinson, Secretary, Dar'-
lcne Miner, and Treasurer, Betty Jean Warren.
F. H. Ii.
Standing, left to right: Linda Goff, Pat VanDamme, Linda Tohl, Wards Winder, .leyec Beeler, Olivia Voss, Donna Wilson, Carol Bird,
Mrf. Edmunds, advior: Gretchen Weber, Linda Peterson, Linda Ho:::y, Bevcr'y Rash, Marion Fisrhier, Sandra Pruett. Sitting: Albert
Gillette. Caroline Hoerauf, Rowelenc Fountain, Claire VanRockel, Anita Bet-ler, Glenda Ingles, Mary Ann Chambers, Barbara Metcalf.
Officers: Sony: Lender, Caroline Hoerauf: Treasurer, Rowelene Fountain, Vice-President, Clariee VanRuekelg President, Anita Beelerg
Secretary, Glenda Ingles: Parliamentarian, Mary Ann Chambers: Reporter, Barbara Metcalf.
The Future Homemakers of America had a very successful year in '57-58 and many activities were sponsored
by the group.
On Halloween, the girls collected money for UNICEF. They sponsored a parent-daughter potluck, Hobo
Day, and a box social with the FFA, They were kept busy with homemaking activities during national FHA Week
in March. Also in March, the group attended the state FHA meeting in Corvallis.
VIRGINIA TUPPER BOB BASSETT LINDA ZYGAR .IAN CALLOWAY PAT KNUTSQN
President Vive President Secretary Treasurer Program Chairman
Bette Rue Johnson
Shown hnldinx: some trophies won hy the FFA during the year are Ray Machen, Gale Martens:-n, Dave Leuthold, Bob Plaep, Richard Ma
chen and Jim Mahurin. The flags came through the efforts of Richard Machen chiefly.
F. F. I-l.
The FFA were very outstanding in their activities this year. To start the year off they won both first and
second place in the state fair dairy judging contest. Richard Machen. participating in the state speech contest, won
first place with his speech on Soil Conservation. He also won second place in the FFA district speech contest. The
FFA boys won a second place in a parliamentary procedure contest in district competition. During the month of
February they also attended a state parliamentary f f W- H
procedure and speech contest.
All the students belonging to FFA must have
e farm project of some sort. Up to the date of
january 24th, the boys figured their projects
were valued at 524,000 in all. To help some boys
to have a project the school bought some 900
chickens in all for projects.
This year at the annual Tillamook county
fair 32 of the FFA boys will participate and
show their projects.
President ..,.,,, , . .. Ga'c Martensen
Vice-President . , ,, Andy Fletcher
Representative . ...,,., ,.,,,,..,.,. M arvin Astleford
Secretary ,,,.,,, ., Joe Ginizerich - Bob Plaep
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W Trophies of FFA
Sue Ann Sturgis
Betty J ean
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l During the year 1957-58 the Tillamook high school Thcspians Troupe 934 ictively supported 111 plflys produced
' at Tilla-Hi along with the club's regular functions.
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JOAN WEBER JOYCE LANDOLT LEE ANN WYSS KATHY GEORGE
Girls of the
Seniors: Diana Hawley, Jean Fergu-
son, Jeanette Smith, Gail Fitzgerald,
Gail Rusher and Renate Krieg. Jun-
iors: Kathy George, Shirley Stanire,
Darlene Miner, Joann Hoy, Judy Reth-
lefscn and Virginia Aronhalt. Soph-
omorcs: Sally Gienger, Carol Madison,
Nancy Brewer, Sandy Zweifel, Suzie
Christensen and Sue Ann Sturgis.
Freshmen: Claudia Schelling, Suzi
Chambers, Cheryl Bohannon, Roxy But-
ler, Evelyn Scofield and .ludy New-
The Girls League is organ-
ized to create better under-
standing and cooperation
among the girls. This group's
membership consists of every
girl in school.
Much of the success of the
organization is due to thc
leadership of Miss Esther
Chapman, adviser. Her as-
sistants this y-ear were Mrs.
Sonia Edmunds and Mrs.
Phyllis Plaep who also con-
tributed many extra hours in
Joyce Landolt, junior: Diana Haw-
ley, senior: Sharon Schefsky, soph-
omore: Susan Chambers, freshman.
Bob Plaep, secretary: Ron Gicnger, president: Don Peterson, advertising: Dutch Hoffman, vice president: and
Mike Hayes, treasurer.
The Boys' Federation, led by Ron Gienger, sold red plastic raincoats as the money project of the year and pocketed
S160 to their treasury. A trophy was given to the outstanding boy of each class. Qualifications were: Leadership, Co-
operation, Attitude and Participation. The county donated 160 acres to the federation for the purpose of planting trees.
Mr. John Turbyne, adviser at the high school: Ron Bucl, John Irving, Bruce Stacy, Andy Fletcher, Bruce
Douglas, Gene Fisher, Mr. Lee Hanson, Kiwanis member: Richard Machen, Albert Aden, and Mr. Burford
Wilkerson, secretary of Chamber of Commerce. Seated: Bill Wrizhtson, president of Kiwanis: and Bob Creech.
president of the Key Club. '
Strictly a service organization, the Key Club came into being this year for the first time at Tilla-Hi. It was spon-
sored by the Kiwanis Club. Bob Creech was the president of this new organization.
F. B. L. A.
Hack row: Ron Mapes, Ethelda Kneeland, Phyllis Prince, Glenda Infrles, Darlene Miner, Judy Rethlefsen, Jean Scholes, Rosemary Rawe,
Sue Allen, Betty Jean Warren, Edith Reynolds. Second row: Clarice Van Roekel, Joyce Short, Carolyn Warren, Miss Jesseph, Diane Haw-
ley, Barbara Sturgis, Rosalie Brase, Karen Fountain. First row: Janis Davis, Linda Anderson, Pat Warren, Pat ,Slyter,, Janis VanderStoep,
Alhcrt Aden, Stella Cameron, June Robinson.
The officers of the club this year were Pat Warren, presidentg Janice VanderStoep, vice presidentg Albert
Aden, secretaryg and Linda Anderson, treasurer. This year we also had a State officer, Pat Slyter, state reporter.
During the year we have had several potluck dinners and We are also having a beach party in May. One highlight
of the year was the State Convention in Corvallis. Our Main money making projects were selling candy and a chili
feed at Homecoming.
The Electronics Club met every
Vfednesday during the noon hour.
Their first task was to take the
cld P. A. System and change it in-
to a portable P. A. System which
was used on several occasions, like
homecoming. They also made
small transistor radios.
1 Mr. Turhyne, advisor: Carl Weston,
Gordon Anthony, Dennis Hollen-
bcck, Jerry Savin, Paul Weston
and Marvin Astleford. '
FUTURE TEACHERS UF ERIC
Standing, loft to iight: Joan Weber, Jan Tromhley, Cheryl Bohannon, Pat Robinson, Carolyn Warren, Linda Sehild, Janet Wilson, Janis
Davis, Betty Jean VV:vrren, Donna Huson. Gail Rvsher, Pat Knutson, Renate Kreiyx, Katy Bolster, Cherie Hayes, Glenda Ackley.
Sitting: Darlene Miner, Leonard Supak, Charlotte Pye, Sharon Ellerhroek, Joann Hoy, Pat Warren, Lee Ann Wyss, Linda Kelly, Pat
Slytcr, .lim Brummel, Jean Ferguson.
The Future Teachers of America organization in Tilla-I-Ii was active in many Ways during the '57-58 school
year. The purpose of this Club is to promote interest in the teaching profession for those students who are inter-
ested in becoming teachers.
The organization held a banquet at the Victory House in February at which time they honored the most out-
standing FTA Member of the Year-Pat XVarren.
The lcadcrs of the group who proved to be very efficient were as follows: President, Pat Warreng Vice-Presi-
dent, Charlotte Pyeg Secretary, Lee Ann Wyssg Treasurer, Sharon Ellerbroekg and Historian, Pat Slyter. The ad--
vistor was Miss Esther Chapman.
HUNTING AND FISHING
This club met every Thursday
on a regular schedule, to discuss the
many interests of outdoor sports.
They met during the noon hour,
and had a movie every two weeks.
During the spring, the boys
learned how to tie flies, and Went
on a deep sea fishing trip.
Back row, lc-ft to right: Cecil Mil-
ler, advisor: Oliver Olson, Ron
Wyss. Ken Noteheom, Robert Hosie,
Jim Coon. Front row, left to right:
Glenn Stait, Rod Perry, Marvin
Astleford. President, Marvin As-
tleford: Vice President, G'enn
Strait: Secretary-Treasurer, Rod
Left to right hack row Clella Anderson Mary Lou Hall, Judy Bowers, Carol Emmenezger, Mona Isenhart, Dave Krebs, Leroy Kreiger,
Bill Finch Merlyn Miles Ann Hague Lorna Olson, Jeanette Martin. Middle row: Betty Knutson, Willadine Mayrarrell, Jan Tromhley,
Jean Weber Judy Lee Mentzer Tommy Braser, Homes Tupper, Saunflra Wamzerhy, Jim Coffman, Janice Vermilyca, Marie Moors,
Anna S licese Bottom row Virginia Harrison Glennis Loucks, Judy Macauley, Diane Storm, Sharon Moore, Cheryl Bohannon, Sandra
Vlrlght lerry Mentnr Janice Lh'lsi Virginia Aronholt
The T H S chorus ipp Qlcd in the Christmas program and most of them sung in "Green Pastures." Qther major
1ct1v1t1.s xx exe the innuwl Music Contest at Astoria, their performing for various community groups and projects and
the sponsoring of tx 0 school dinces, one in the fall and one in the spring.
The choiil vioups stlrted this ytu out under the direction of Mrs. Dorothy Schwend und, upon her resignation,
finished it undi the veri ible Lll1CCIlOI1 of Miss Virginia Barnett.
Probably the biggest un-
dertaking for the Girls Glee
this year was the sponsoring
of the Girls Glee Talent Show
in the fall. They participat-
ed in the Christmas program
and in the annual Music Con-
test at Astoria in the spring.
They also were heard in the
student body play, "Green
Back row, left to right: Beverly
V"n Cise, Linda Trotter, Janet
Christensen, Sandra Rusher, Pat
Knutson. Middle row: Glenni
Locks, Pat Robinson, Norene Hines,
Loretta Burbank, Rosemary Rawe.
Front row: Gail Papre, Barbara
Metcalf, Beverly Rush, Donna
Smith, Jean Godsey and Miss Vir-
The quartet. officially known as
the Four Dots, has been in many
activities this year. They participated
in many school functions and COIT1-
munity affairs, and in the spring took
part in the Barbershop Quartet con-
test at Forest Grove. In this contest
they Won a S20 award. Another ap-
pearance of the group was at the an-
nual music contest at Astoria.
Left to riirht: Charlotte Pye, Karen Foun-
tain, Virginia Aronholt, Diane Goodhead.
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The JCS Trio of Tilla-Hi, con-
sisting of Judy Rethlefsen, Char-
lotte Pye and Susan Tibbetts,
was a very active group this year
and they brought much recogni-
tion to Tilla-Hi. The three out-
standing singers, sometimes called
the junior Class Singers, sung at
at many meetings of the service
clubs in Tillamook, and at PTA.
They were called upon to sing at
many events in the school, includ-
ing the Christmas Assembly,
Teacher Day Appreciation assem-
blv and at many banquets and
Left to right: Judy Rethlefsen, Charlotte
Pye, Suzi Tihbetts.
This group is composed of girls
that entertain businessmen and
Left to right: Diane Goodhead, Jane Hey,
Charlotte Pye, Judy Relhlefsen, Suzi Tib-
bctts, Virginia Aronholt.
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At Christmas time they played
in a program for students and par-
ents, which also featured various
vocal groups. Other public per-
formances included the band's np-A
penranees at plays held in the audi-
The entire high school is very
proud of the band 'and its members
and the band has successfully parti-
cipated in many activities through-
out the year.
Peppy Pep Band
Left tu right: Joyce Lan-
dolt, Jeanette Smith, Betty 5
Jean Warren, Jean Fergu-
son, Marian Miller, Pat Sly-
ter, Cherie Hayes, Karen
Smith, Pat Steele, Joan
Weher, Judy Knutson, Fan-
nie Gingerich, Judy Reth-
lefsen, Pat Melson.
The pep club, better known as Cheezets, has been in existence for fifteen years in Tillamook
high school. During these fifteen years the peppy Cheezets have done much to promote pep and
spirit among the students and teams in the different sports.
The pep club also have many activities such as selling mums at the annual homecoming game
and this year they sold book covers to the student body as a means of raising money. At the last
H ' n LINDA ZYGAR GAIL FITZGERALD
FOOTBALL TS President Vice President
football game and basketball games the senior pep club girls, presented the senior players with "T's."
The pep club also sponsored pep assemblies and ear rallies.
Officers for the year were: President, Linda Zygarg Vice President, Gail Fitzgeraldg Secretary,
Pat Knutsong Treasurer, Judy Schoclcg Drill Lendrr, Pat Slyterg and Advisor, Miss Parrish.
Left tn right: Glenda Ack-
lcy, Brenda Pallin, Sharon
Ellcrhroek, Shirley Stange,
Gail Rusher Linda licl'y, Pat
Warren, Marlene Szhmitz,
Rinnea Freeman, Linnea
Freeman, Barbara Brunei.
Barham Thompson. Lee Ann
Wyss, Bette Rae Johnson.
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PAT KNUTSON Judy Sehock
Secretary Treasurer BASKETBALL "Tis"
Leon Anderson ,,,....., ,, President
Berry Miner ,.... Vice President
Bob Fitzsimunds .. Sec'y-Treasurer
Wlicn the kids of Tillamook
high school think, or talk of men,
who comes to their mlnds but the
Order of the UT". The "T" men
of Tilla-Hi, under the leadership of
Leon Anderson, did very well this
year keeping up the good name of
Tillamook high school.
The "T" men had a very big
job during the 1957-58 school
year. Their job consisted of keep-
ing law and order throughout the
school, keeping the kids from run-
ning up and down the halls,
throwing things in the cafeteria,
and keeping peace during assem-
blies. When someone grabbed you
by the shoulder and dragged you
to the office, you knew who it
These boys always were willing
to participate in all sorts of activi-
ties in the school.
Some of the big money-making
projects of the club have been the
donkey ball game, the Barn Dance,
which are held annually through-
out each year. The Barn Dance
was held in the gym with tons of
hay hauled in and placed through-
out the gym. The tunnel at the
entrance proved to be the attrac-
tion of the dance.
The "T" men's latest idea for
making money proved to be the
snow cones that were sold at all
games and recreations at a nice
profit for the club.
One of the largest attractions of
the year was the initiation of new
lcttermen. Remember, when all
new initiates came dressed like old
maids with lipstick smeared from
head to toe, and those delicious
onions they had to eat? They
dreamed of what they could do to
the initiates who would follow
them in the strong-arm club of
Standing: Mike Hayes,
Gale Martensen, Bob Fitz-
simmnns, Bob Baty, Berry
Miner, Leon Anderson.
Denny Vaughn, Bob Bassett,
Terry Tone, Dan Hoff:-rt,
Jack Hoffert, Jim Brum-
mell, Gene Bolle, Joe Mar-
kee, Leonard Supak, Dale
Omit, Harvey Reeder, Rivh-
ard Machen, Coach Ron Rus-
lmeh, advisor. Kneeling:
A r c h i e Johnson, Charles
Kenney, Homes Tupper,
Victory Bell, Larry Hoff-
nlun, Wally Cunningham,
Ron Roberts, Billy Finch.
Gary Vantress, Fred Olson,
Bill Collins, Jim McCabe
and Don Pollitte.
DONZTA NEILSON NANCY BREWER
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"A" SQUAD CHEERLEADERS
LEE ANN WYSS I M K FBETTE RAE JOHNSON BARBARA THOMPSON
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Harry .,,, ..,, W ally Cunningham
Marvin .. ,,,, Bob James
Lydia .,,, ..,,....,, D onna Gigoux
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Joey ....,.. . .
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Mr. Curtis .,,..,.,, Richard Rocci
Miss Gnrvey ,......
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SE l0R CLASS PLAY
The senior class play "Onions in the Stew" was presented on the evenings
of November 14 and 15, in the Tilla-Hi auditorium.
The senior class chose "Onions in the Stew" because of the opportunity
of giving a large cast the chance to act. The dialogue has a human interest
typical of teenagers and family life. The comedy story takes place on Vashon
Island on Puget Sound, Washington.
Staging for the play was very unique.. One wall of the MacDonald home
was done in knotty pine with a huge picture window in the background fea-
turing a beach scene. A rough, stone fireplace added realism to the play. The
house had nautical trimmings to lend to the beach effect. Quarrels between
the two teenage daughters provided many good laughs. One daughter goes
even so far as to bleach her red hair blond.
Love ls Eternal Junior Class Play
"Love is Eternal," the junior class play was presented January 30-31 in the Tilla-Hi auditorium. It featured au-
thentic 1857 costumes. The play was costumed and staged by Don XVhitney, Tilla-Hi's dramatic director. For the
elaborate hairdos of the period, a local man, Emil Heusser, donated hair switches for the leads, Bob Bassett and Gene
Fisher, who played the part of Abe Lincoln in the double cast parts. Hairdos were also furnished for other characters in
the play including Sue Tibbetts and Glenda Ackley who played Mary Todd, Abe's wife.
The plastic setting depicted a mood by the use of colored gelatin over the lights. Furnishings in black and oak rep-
resented the period.
Lending background interest was large silhouette pictures, Currier and Ives Prints, and a large picture of George
Wfashington painted by Jean.Godsey.
.L The play was in three acts with each act representing sn different phase of Mary Todd Lincoln's life. In the first
:act she is in her teens, the second one is getting to know Abe, and in the third act she is married to Abe and they are liv-
iIiig'Lil'1i,-Cl'16 Wfhite House.
The cast consisted of the following:
Boh Bassett, Glenda Ackley, Susan Tibhetts and
Mary Todd Lincoln
Ahe Lincoln ..,. ,,,...
Robert Todd , ,,.... .
Betsy Todd ,.....,,, ,,.......,
Mammy Sally , .
Dr. Ward ,,,,,.,,,,,...
Ann Todd ......,,...,,. ....,.
Sandy McDonald ,.
Cassius Clay .....,....
Tamar , ,,...,.......... ., .,... ..
James Conkling .....
Dr. Houzhan ,,,,,,.
Mrs. Houghan .,,,
Rev. Dresser ....,
Mrs. Dresser .,,,...
Sarah Marshall ..,,,
William Stoddard .,,,
Edwin Stanton ......
Jane Watt ..
First Caller ,......
Taxpayer . ...,.. .
Todd Lincoln ,,,.
Stackpole ,, ,,......,... ..
Betty Jean Warren
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Sue Ann Sturgis
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Judy Dee Mentzar
, Curtain Call Scene from Act II
The Green Pastures
The fabulous Pulitzer prize winning play, "Green Pastures," was pre-
sented in the Tillamook high school auditorium, April 25, 26, directed by
Don Whitniey. The play, with a terrific cast of 130 students, led by John
Irving who very capably portrayed "The Lawd," was in complete Negro
"Green Pasturesi' is the spiritual attempt to show the beginning of the
earth by the Negroes in the Deep South, who adapt the Bible to the con-
sistencies of their everyday lives.
"Green Pastures" had never before been put on by an Oregon high
school. Jeanette Smith was the student director of the play. Miss Virginia
Barnett, music teacher, stated, "the turn-out for the chorus was fabulous,
Twenty-six per cent of the cast
"The T-emptress and the Temptedn
John Irving .... .,,....... , ,
Richard Machen ....
Tom Weber ....... ..,.
Diane Gnndhead ....
Suzi Tihhetts .
And a Cast
John Irving as
Moses and his wife.
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LEE ANN I
SENIOR BIILL KING
MARCH 0F DIMES QUEEN
Queen Lee Ann Wyss ruled the 1958
Homecoming, which was held Novem-
ber 8, when we played Neah-Kah-Nie.
She was sponsored by the freshman class.
Royal princesses include, left to right,
Pat Knutson, sponsored by the soph-
omore classg Pat Warren, sponsored by
the junior class, and Bette Rae Johnson,
sponsored by the senior class. Escorts
for the Royalty Were, left to right, Tom
XVeber, Larry Hoffman, Ron Gienger
and Richard Machen.
Genial Jim McCabe was crowned King of the Senior
Ball by his lovely escort, Juanita Thomas. The event took
place December 8 at the Elks Temple, with all decorations
furnished by the seniors. Music was provided by Cleve
Williams. Jim's court consisted of John Irving, whose escort
was Pat Warren, and Ron Gienger, who had Jeannette Smith
as his escort.
MARCH OF DIMES COURT
Crowned queen of the March of Dimes court at the Me-
Minnville game February 14, was Susan Chambers, the love-
ly princess of the freshman class. Susarfs class collected S413
for the Polio Drive to lead all classes and as a result Susan
was crowned. Her court included sophomore princess Marie
Moore and her escort Chris Church, Susan Chambers and
escort Dan Williams, junior princess Fanny Gingerich and
escort Dan Hoffert, and senior princess Judy Sehock with
her escort Ron Roberts.
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The Chcesemalcers gave it all they lmd before
one of the largest crowds ever to see a football
name in Tillamook, but the team just could not
seem to get the ball over the goal line, although
they came very close. Astoria's end-arounds proved
loo much for the home erew's defense.
The Mooks again scored only on a safety, this
time by Berry Miner in a thrilling game high-
lighted by Jim MeCabc's passing.
Leonard Supak punched across the winning: touch-
down as the team won its first irame in a 13-6
thril'er before a home crowd. The frame was a
see-saw contest all the way with excellent ex-
amples of power play by both teams.
Coach Robach's squad looked good in this game
which produced a 78-yard touchdown run by
tackle, Harvey Reeder and 44 and 65 yard
touchdown scampers by Supak who really came
into his own.
Managers, Larry VVohlsein and Ron Gienger.
Left right, back row: Al Goertzen, line coach: Bob Plaep, Frank
Bohannon, Harvey Reeder, Leon Anderson, Terry Tone, Ron Roberts,
.lim McCabe, Don Rosbach h cad coach: Tony Dooher, haekfield coach.
Third row: Tim Dixon, Jim Madison, Orville Young, Berry Miner,
Dennis Vaughn, Lee Snyder, Mike Hayes, Bob Bassett, Pete Nuppenau,
Larry Hoffman. Second row: Larry Wohlsein, Dale Omit, Bob Fitz-
simmonds, Ron Schweizer, Bill Carver, Carl Rawe, Gary Robinson,
Steve Krake, Don Politte, Ron Geinger. First row: Tom Weber,
Gary Vantress, Gary Johnson, Len Supak, Richard Machen, Jim
Shartel, Joe Markee, Gene Bolle, Gale Martensen, .lim Brummell.
Coach Don Rosbach guided his Cheesemaker
eleven to I1 three-win, five-loss record in independent
ball in 1957. Tillamook rated an A-l standing and was
voted into the Tualntin-Yamhill Valley League but
was unable to participate because of the completed
schedule already made up for the league. Next year's
team will see TYV league action.
This ye:11"s team was basically n defensive one
with ll0 points given up to 80 points scored. This
Top row: .Ioe Markee, e: Leon Anderson, eg Frank Bohannon, e.
Second row: Dennis Vaughn, t and co-captaing Gene Bolle, pr: Gary
Johnson, gg Boh Plaep, t. Third row: Tcm VVcher, iz: Carl Rawe, cg
Steve Picard and crew proved themselves super-
ior to a game but undermanned Cheesemaker
team who scored on a 35-yard run hy Gale Mar-
tensen, senior quarterback and halfback.
Coach Rosbach's charges tried irallantly to upset
a highly rated North Bend team and almost
pulled it off hut time ran out hefore they could
tic it up in the final quarter. The Tillamook TD
was scored on a McCabe to Markee pass.
GRANTS PASS-2 8
Grants Pass, one of the top football powers in
the state, passed the Mooks dizzy in the first
half but were held on fairly even terms by an
inrpired Tilla-Hi squad in the second half.
The Cheesemakers were really up for this one
and they gave the Homecoming crowd something
to talk about by soundly defeating the Pirates
from up north. Leonard Supak again led the
team in his big night scoring 19 points and gain-
ing over 175 yards to close out the season very
nicely for the 'Tillamook team.
Terry Tomi, tg 0,-val Young' hh- Coaching staff for the Tillamook Cheesemakers: Assitant Coach Tony
Dooher, Head Coach Don Rosbach, and Assistant Coach Al Goertzcn.
was against tough competition which included high-
ly-rated North Bend, Grants Pass and Astoria. The
squad scored an average of eight points per game while
giving the opposition an average of 13.75.
Leonard Supak was the leading scorer and rusher
for rho Cheesemakers followed by Gal-e Mortensen and
The highlight of the season for the team was the
26-7 trouncing they gave Neah-Kah-Nie before a large
.HM Mc-CARE. nh B03 FITZSIMMONS, hi: FRED OLSON, hh GARY VANTRESS, fh JIM BRUMMELL, hh BERRY MYNER, qfx and co cap :un
Top raw: Ron Rcbcrts, c: .lim
Mz1.di.on, t: Harvey Reeder. t.
Second row: Dale Omit. gr: B h
Baslett. lr: Dutch Hoffman, g:
Jim Shartci. fr. Third row:
Mike Hzvycs. 0: Stcvc Krnkc, hh:
Rnn Switzer, g: Don Pzrlittc, c.
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GALE MARTENSEN, hh LEONARD SUPAK, fh GARY ROBINSON, gh RICHARD MACHEN, fb BILL CARVER, hh TIM DIXON, hb
Top rcw: Jac Markce eg Leon
Andersen. ei Frank Bchannon,
Q. Second row: Dennis Vauglm.
c, and co-captain: Gene Bolle,
zz: Gary .lohnsnn,:r: Huh Placp,
t. Third row: Tom Weber, EZ
Carl Rawc, e: Terry Tone, ti
Orval Young, hh.
TILLI-lMO0K "B" SQUAD
First row: Frnnk Pullam, James Anderson, Ken Bonnin, Ed Rcbi-tsch, Harvey Franko, John KaKutto, Larry Smith, Ron Wiefs.
Scccnd row: Doug Fletcher, Robert Pollock, Boh Plaep, Hugh Ro enberpr, Hank Smith, Steve Madsen, Frank Emmenegger, Coach
Al Goertzen. Third row: Jerry Klahn, Bill Hudizeon, Norman Hansen, Dave Edgerton, Joe Becker, Archie Johnson, Chuck Maki,
The Baby Chcesemakers turned in the season with seven victories and no defeats, as none of the opponents were able
to manage any more than nine points from the Mooks in any single game.
Tillamook 27, McMinnville 7g Tillamook 14, Astoria 73 Tillamook 25, Astoria 7g Tillamook 12, Warrenton Og Til-
lamook 14, Nestucca 95 Tillamook 25, Seaside 0. 4,
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Back row, left to right: Boh Hanauska, Kent Drake, Ken Killian, Leon Thompson, Marvin Matheny, Dan Lawrence, Joe Hose,
Benny Martinsen, and Darrell Lewis. Second row, left to right: Larry Silva, Gecrnc Clinton, Dan Williams, Gary Witcher, Wayne
Hill, Denny Rice, Mike Cooley, Mike Watkins, Mike Wells. Third row, left to right: Larry Mnrrey, manager: Ken Sfyter, Joe
Neaves, Dan Goff, Jack Martin, Gary Spencer, Jim Thompson, Bill Bolster, Larry Tanner, Don Burden, and Ron Dolecheck.
The frosh football squad and their coach, Darrell Lewis, saw a fairly good season as they were able to whip two of
four opponents they played. They outscored their opponents by 21 Count of 78 to 69.
'l'lLLIiM00li B SKETEERS
Left to right: Bob Billy. Berry Miner, Ron Gienger, Bob Fitzsimmcnx G'cnn Hatfield, Coach Tony Daoher, Richard Trammell, Stcvc Krskc
Hank Smith, Dutch Hoffman, and Dennis Vaughn. Missing, Loon Andcr cn. ' iff,
, Manager Rohert Pollock
Coach Tony Dooher, Tillamook's able coach, in his second
year with the Chcesemakers.
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Berry Miner , ,.
Glenn Hatfield ,
Ron Gicmzer . .
Dennis Vaughn . ,,,, ,,,,,,, 1 5
Henry Smith .,.,,..
Team Totals ,
'Qtrs. FHA FCIYI
S1 339 131
88 160 63
70 168 73
IN 93 49
62 47 20
55 14 21
22 20 12
12 5 2
26 5 2
18 7 3
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Tillamook ,. .. ...,, .. 39
Tillamook . 44
Tillamook ,,.,, .,,.. 6 9
Tillamook .. .. ..,. 58
Tillamook ,,,.. ..,. 5 4
Tillamook .,.... ........... 5 9
Tillamook . ..,. ,..,... 4 8
Tillamook ...,.. ....... 4 5
Tillamook ....,, 57
Tillamook ,... ,,.. 5 6
Tillamook , ,.,. .. 49
Tillamook ...,,. ,..... 4 3
Tillamook ..,, H .. 41
Tillamook .... ..,, , 59
Tillamook ,,,,., ,l,,,,l 5 5
Tillamook ,. .. ...,. , 56
Tillamook ..,, ,.,... 6 8
Tillamook ..... ..,. 4 9
Tillamook ..... .,.. 5 8
Tillamook ....,,,....... . ,.,,,,,, ,, 57
fscasonb Points For-1200
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West Linn ..,.,
St. Helens .,...
Forest Grove ....
FINAL TYV STANDINGS
St. Helens .,,,,, .,,...
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West Linn ,,,,,,
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Lake Oswego H
Newherg ., ,,,... 33
Tilrard ............, . ,... 50
Oregon City ..,, ..,... 5 9
West Linn ,. ,Y 60
St. Helens .,,,, ,.,,,, 8 3
Forest Grove ,,r,r,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,, 63
fseasonb Points Aizainvt-1161
W L Pct. PF PA
14 2 .875 1110 817
13 3 .813 992 816
12 4 .750 932 808
10 6 .625 856 810
8 8 .500 839 809
7 9 .438 799 769
4 12 .250 828 874
3 13 .188 752 968
1 15 .063 565 887
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Left to right: Top row, Ron Butchart, Bill Hudgeon, Dale Omit, Harvey Reeder, Leonard Supak, Boh Bassett, Hugh Rosenhcrxr, Eddy Robitsch,
Don Roshachg bottom row, Gale Martensen, Joe Markee, Don Burden, Melvin LBWFCIICG, HOIIWS TUDDBY, LIIFFY W0lllS9iYl- Gary Warren, HHW03'
This year's wrestling squad was perhaps the most successful in many years as they won ten matches, losing only
two. They also captured third place at the district tournament and went on to state to wind up with a tie for ninth
and a state champ, Joe Markee, to their credit. Joe finished his four years of high school competitive wrestling with
the number one position in the 130 pound weight at state.
Of their two losses one was to North Salem by one point, and the other was to the 1956 champ, Newberg.
Larry Butler ,,,,.. .......
Homes Tupper ,
Doug: Fletcher ,,
Joe Young .......... ..,,,..
Terry Tone ,,,.,.
Eddie Fisehler ,,,, ..,.
Jim Coon ,,,,,,,,
John Robitsch ,,,,
Bob Kenny ....,..., .
Frank Emmenegtter ,, , ,
Orville Young ,,,,
Mike WVukin , ,..., ,, ,
Gary Warren ..,,,r.
Glenn Vmrt ....
XVRESTLING SEASON SCORES
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Tillamook ,. ..,,........v...........VV..., .-
32 Jerry Van Damme
29 Bob Bassett ,
25 Dennis Hollenbeck
21'fQ Steve Madison
21 Benny Martinsen ,
19 Ron Butchart
19 Rod Perry ....,,,,,.
14 Joe Hoise . ...., ,
13112 Joe Markee .. ,
11'fQ Larry Wohlsein ..
1192 Leonard Supak .
992 Ed Rohitsch ,
9 Billy Warren
7V: Don Pollite ,, .. ,.
7W Gale Martinsen ,
7 Dale Omit .,,,,,,.,, ,
6 Don Burden .
51,2 Dick Maehen ,,,..
5 Ray Machen ,.,,,,
4 Harvey Reeder
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Left to right: Top row, Joe Hosey, Frank Emmcncgger, Dennis Holienbeck, Ron Makinster, Steve Madsen, Bob Kenny,
Benny Martensen, Rod Perry. Bottom row, Dennis Hedigcr, Joe Young, .lim Coon, Billy Warren, Johnny Rohitsch, Ed
LEONARD SUPAK A -Anowun PVYWDVN I LARRY WOHLSEIN
Fischler, Larry Butler, Ray Machen.
GALE MAR-FENSON HARVEY REEDER DON POLITTE
Back row, left to right: Ron Anderson, John Irving, Ben Martensen, Dave Leuthold, Harvey Reeder, Bob Bassett, Dave Egerton, Norm'n
Hansen, Coach Goertzen, Bill Carver, Ron Farrens, Steve Madsen, Dennis Hediger, .lim McCabe, Don Politte, Gale Martensen, .lack
Martin, Leonard Supak and Allan Williams. Front row, left to right: Tom Weber, Eddie Fischler, Larry Smith, Tim Dixon, Frank Pullam,
Ken Willian, Mike Watkins, Melvin Lawrence, Larry Wolhsein, Harvey Franko, Orville Young, Wayne Hill, Leon Lane, Ken Tittle and
The 1957-S8 track team, coached by Al Goertzen, was a young one with much promise for the future. They had
only three lettermen returning and also had to face the problem of the lack of a home track on which to practice and
hold hom-2 meets. Despite such disabilities, the team did well and many individuals often placed high in meets.
This year's golf team was a good and experienced one which was able to hold its own against any and all opponents.
It was the best scoring team in the history of Tillamook high school and should do as well if not better next year.
Bruce Douglas, Bill Finch, Dick Lemcry, Jack Hoffert, Dennis Rice, Ron Buel, Dan Goff, Dan Hoffert. Mis.ingr,June Rzhinson.
Coach Don Peterson's divoteers brought home many a victory in their grand flings on the green.
Back row, standing: Roy Warren, Glenn Warren, Ron Roberts, ll'h llafy, Coach Tony Ilcohcr, Leon Anderson, Berry Miner, Carl Rawc and Carl
Weston. Front row, kneeling: Gary Robinson, Jim Brummel, IYii':e I-llayi-S, Ron Sliwcitzer, Iloh Fitzsimmonds and Rich Trammell.
Tillamook had a fine baseball team this year. coached ably by Tony Dooher, which had much more trouble defeat-
ing the weatherman than opposing teams.
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Back row, right to left: Dick Swanson, Mike Harris, Bill Stacey. 555' Seeker. Enix Spencer, Coach Darrel Lewis, Larry Silva, Leon Thompson,
Danny Williams, Ken Slyter, Eugene Gigroux, Marvin Astieford, Front sfw, eft to rixrht: Gary Warren, James Anderson, Larry Morrie, Bah
Reude, Jimmy Conn, Marvin Matheny, Rod Perry and Dale Pallin.
Intrvmi-ral Football Champs were Kelfy Jepson, Jerry Metcalf, Ron Kraloe fsiflmllfal BIISKQUP-TH Champs WUC' Mike Harris, Jill?
Vlfyne Hifi, George Clinton, Jim Thompson, Jack Martin and Cary Simmer. lEg'.l"'91 f'l'3"' Warren, Ken DYSUH- Alan 'lufbyne and Bl-I
Again, being the first school in the state, Tilla Hi collected over ZW tons of donated material. The senior and sophomore classes tied for first.
The March of Dimes drive hepfan the latter part of January, when each class
During a pep assembly Tilla Hi Vice President, selected a princess to represent them in the race for queen. The freshman class
BU" Baty' accepted 3 trophy from the huodwm won this year, and Sue Chambers was Queen. Sophomore class princess was
company' Marie Moore, Fannie Ginxrexich was the junior class princess, and Judy Schock
was the senior class princess.
In a special assembly, Suzie Tibbetts was presented This was the fourth year Tillamook participated in the Heart Fund Drive. The high-
a placque for winnim: the Tillamook Hiyrh School "I light of the charity drive at Tilla-Hi was recently climaxed when Jan Galloway, student
Speak for Democracy" Contest. Heart Fund chairman, presented a cheek of 3750.69 to the Tillamook county chairman.
Pictured above are thc winners of the 1958 Elk's Leadership Contest. From left to right, in the boy's division, Ron Gienger,
Jirrlz Dick Bodyfcll, 2nd: Denny Codd, lst: Exnltcd Ruler L1-Duc: I,inJ:- Zyirar, lst: Bette Rae Johnson, 2nd: and Pat
Warren, 3rd place. The two first place winners were entered in state competition, and first place winners were each given
S35.00 checks, sc-cond place, 320.00 and third place, S10.00.
Gary Spencer rcccivinyx the Bruce Ral-
, T 'NX stun Trophy for tho outstanding fresh-
man football player of the year from
The football greats receiving: their letters 'rom Coach Roshach in the annual awards assembly. one of the all-time football greats,
Norm Van Brocklin.
Heart Fund Chairman, Jun Galloway, and March of Dimes 'T '
Chairman, Lucille Hesse presenting their checks to the county Philokalon spring induction, six seniors and three juniors were inducted in a very
Chillrmvh- V imprezsive ceremony.
Dave Beck the Fooi
Love, Love, Love.
Watch the Hands.
Drinkin' Huh 'I
ki STUDENT Bonv OF TJ-I.S.:
for then' accomphslxmcnt of the past year
FLUID MILK Cheese factories FEED DEPARTMENT
NORRIS Sc - 51.00 STORES
LAMB - SCH RADER CO.
JOBBERS BUILDING MATERIAL
Front at Fir VI 2-2571
HERMAN'S M EN'S
THE STORE THAT
DON AND BOB'S
COMPLETE RECAPPING AND
TILLAMOOK BRANCH OF
THE U.S. NATIONAL
CLASS OF '58
CONGRATULATIONS TO THE
CLASS OF 1958
May Your Future be Prosperous and Successful
LOCAL AND LONG DISTANCE MOVING
STORAGE - PACKING
2315 Sixth Street Tillamook
316 Main Avenue Tillamook
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Mills-Tillamook, Ore. and Lees Camp, Ore.
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FEED - SEEDS - SUPPLIES
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CLASS OF 1958
YGUR TILLAMOOK BRANCH
CHEORERBOARD STORE F N L B
Tillamook, Oregon Member F D I C
BEST WISHES T0 THE
GLASS 0F '58
A "JUNK DEALERS
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Foot of Main Tillamook, Oregon
"Home of Reddy Sc'rvic'c" T
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SUPPLIERS OF THE FOLLOWING 1 CLASS OF "SS"
TOP PRODUCTS: g
Dutch Boy Paints Electric Wiring X
Spread Satin Paints NVesix
Building Materials Electromode KAY AND SMITTY
Floor Covering De Walt Power Tools AT
Glass Plumbing Supplies : THE FERN
ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES SL HEATERS 5
CLASS OF 'S 8
202 Main Ave. Vlctor 2-4789
HOWARD L. EDWARDS
FARMERS INSURANCE EXCHANGE
TRUCK INSURANCE EXCHANGE
FIRE INSURANCE EXCHANGE
FARMERS NEW WORLD LIFE
1910 Second Street Phone
Tillamook, Oregon VIctor 2-4142
DON Pl-IRSUN CLEANERS
Clerk, Lucille Hesse, Janice Davis and Dennis Vaughn
H owe of
FINER DRY CLEANING
A. A. CROISANT
DOCTOR OF OPTOMETRY
191 og Second Street
V Ic tor 2- 6 3 6 3 Tillamook, Oregon
HOME OF THE "KING SIZE BURGER'
GABBY'S DRIVE IN
Highway 101 North
Closed Wednesday Frances and
Phone VIctor 2-4752 Roy Espe
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Wilson Ro-ad - just East of the Fairgrounds
1 TO THE
INSURANCE AND BONDS from
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Phone VI 2-6191 Tillamook, O1':. E 1906 First Street Tillamook, Ore.
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You CAN GET IT AT i 52
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CLQUGH REXALL DRUG CQ: T Call me
T115 i HEADL GHT - HERALD
5 114 Main Avenue
gi Tillamook, Oregon VI 2-2549
fp V1 2-4351 2106 First Street
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Christensen Meat Con, Inc.
COAST BRAND Meat Products 2 I'IOT BUTTERED CORN
U. S. Gouerfflfzcnt Ifzspectcd FOUNTAIN
P13336 V1 24417 Tillamook "B.'ggest Lifile Snack Bar in Town
Custom Slangbfcrifgg and Curing 'f
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BEAUTIFUL CORSAGES A Friendly Place to Tradc'
CUT FLOYVERS FOR ALL OCCASIONS E
GREEN PLANTS 1 PAINTS - XVALLPAPER - TOOLS
FLOWERING PIANTS STORTING Goons - GIFTS
J ' i HOUSE WARES
Shop S SL H Greenhouse
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,CAR NVASH CREW
PACIFIC BCTTLINC CCMPANY
PEPSI-COLA 0 NESBITT ORANGE C SQUIRT
CLIQUOT CLUB O PACIFIC BEVERAGES
715 Main Avenue
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101 Highway North VI 2-2282
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For Fi.'1c'xf Naiiomfly A1fL'z'rfisr'zl Mz'rc'fJu1u1isz'
RCA - WHIRLPOOL - EASY - SPEED QUEEN
NORGE - PACKARD BELL - HOFFMAN
ADMIRAL - EMERSON -PHAFF
.SFI I DEPENDABLE ELECTRIC
1. SERVICE - AT LOW COST, TOO!
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B' Tdlamook, Oregon
DOCTOR MacGI LLVRAY
2106 Main Ave. VI 2-4202
3317 Third Street
"THE BIG LITTLE SUPERMARKETU
ALL YOUNG PEOPLE WELCOME
FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH
Bible School - 9:45 a.m.
Christian Endeavor - 6:30 p.m.
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First and Pacific
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TILLAMOOK HOTEL GRILL
214 Pacific Ave.
24 HOUR SERVICE
BUS'S SHELL SERVICE
303 Pacific Ave.
Phone Vlctor 2-2362
"SERVICE IS OUR BUSINESS"
COMPLIMENTS OF '
PRINTING - STATIONERY
2106 Third Street Phone
BARBARA BRUNES AND BOBBIE GOULD
1902 Second Street I Street Level
BURT'S MOBIL SERVICE
S 85 H GREEN STAMPS
603 Pacific Ave.
SALES AND SERVICE
"EVERYTHING FOR BUILDING"
ADMIRAL TV - GENERAL PAINT
Glenn Rosenberg, Mgr. Phone VI 2-2683
2715 - 5th Street Tillamook, Ore.
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TILLAMOOK HIGH SCHOOL
SUCCESSFUL SCHOOL YEAR
FROM YOUR TILLAMOOK P.U.D.
Origimzfors of Low Cost Electric Power in
IVL' would like fo lake ibix mcvms fo fhanlz you
for your jmfromzgr and io coiigraluiaic' you
Sbors for the Entire Family
Third and Main Tillamook, Oregon
HAWKINS 81 JAMES
Auto and Sports
AUTOMOTIVE ELECTRICAL AND
CARBURETOR SERVICE - SPORTING GOODS
Genuine Automotive Electrical Parts
Carburetors and Motor Parts
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THE NIAN'S SHOP
Wfe Give Tillamook, Oregon
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RECORDS 'A' MUSIC
PIANOS 'A' ORGANS
WARNER MUSIC COMPANY
2110 - 3rd Street
THE FASHION SHOP
Where you will find
GRAFF - ROUGH RIDER - JANTZEN
LANZ AND JO COLLINS DRESSES
CLASS OF "19 S 8',
CLASS OF "1958"
AJAX ELECTRIC CO.
1804 First Street
W. J. Mc0REAlJY
Good Grooming T I LUMBER UUMPANY
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Professional Models "Fresl1ies" 58 Fake!
CONTRIBUTORS T0 THE KILCHIS
J. L. BESTER'S
TOT AND TEENS
CAMEO BEAUTY SHOP
GILBREATH'S DRUG STORE
OLIVER'S FOUNTAIN CAFE
ARNETTAIS BEAUTY SALON
ANDERSON'S FLORIST SHOP
TILLAMOOK BOWLING ALLEY
INDEPENDENT OIL COMPANY
TILLAMOOK IMPLEMENT COMPANY
KIMMEL HARDWARE Sc APPLIANCES
NVESTERN AUTO ASSOCIATED STORE
TILLAMOOK-PORTLAND AUTO FREIGHT
MCKENZIE 8: HADLEY MOTOR COMPANY
PUBLISHED BY THE HEADLIGHT-HERALD
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