Toledo High School - Twalmica Yearbook (Toledo, WA)

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UVM ffmn df XM ' T P Twalmm 1950 PUBLISHED BY THE ASSOCIATED STUDENT BODY OF TOLEDO HIGH SCHOOL 'foLEDo wAsHlNGToN The Staff NADINE COX Editor RUTH HARRIS Assnstant Editor ADDY STINGER Buslness Manager Editor MARALEE SCHRODER Photo Edntor MISS ALICE COSTELLO Advlsor O GERALD HENIDRICKSZ Sports Editorg AIARLYCE HEYES,IArt Editorg FRANEIES LINWOOD, Snag MW Ty ,- 'vfizizw Mgflffff 23.50 if JL fy-52, ,mf wmgw , J fy T M FH My A M ww w ,Br M9 f 'E hw hxdgjyf K ,f1," x s! ff , E if Afxx - I' .' ttf if-ay "Me il 4 M Q! jwpfx fffwjjf , , . 4 ,w REX edimaw - . T 'f ,.dDd,h xX W ,M ,gi .H A ' sf' Class of 1950 Semors FALL SEMESTER OFFICERS President, George Hack, Vlce Presldent, Verne Wehtle, Secretary Jean Moore, Treasurer, Ruth Horns, Representahves Mara lee Schroeder, Ray Turner, Sgt at Arms, Elzora McEwen SPRING SEMESTER OFFICERS Presudent, Verne Wehtge Vace Presldent, Ruth Hanks, Secretary Nadme Cox, Treasurer, Quth Harrls, Representatlves, Barbara Batchelor, Don lce, Sgt at Arms, Robert Boone BARBARA BATCHEI-OR GAA 2 3 4 GAA Treasurer 3 4 Glee Club l 2 Fl-IA Secretary 2 Class Rep 4 Gxrls' Club Pres 4 Carmv Oueen Candxdate 3 Constable 2 3 Class Play 3 Twalmxca Stall 4 OfflCe Force 3 Stage Crew 2 3 lndxan Club 3 Twalmxca Vlewpomt Staff 3 4 Operetta 2 Squaw Club l 2 Play Productlon 4 ootball 1 2 Letterman Club 3 4 Sgt at Arms Boys' Club 4 Sqt at Arms of Class 4 ROBERT BOONE NADINE COX Transferred from Chmo H1qh School, Chmo, Cal1lorn1a 1n thxrd year Glrls' lub 3 4 Class Rep 3 Class Secretary Talent Show 3 4 Play Productxon 3 4 Carmval Comm1ttee 3 4 KENNETH CRANE EEA1 2 3 4 Judqw-Q'1'eGrr12 rcuenfg Show 3 4 Redskms 2 3 4 Basketball l 2 3 4 Baseball2 3 4 ClassPay 3 Play Productxon 3 GORDON DIERINGER O1ba111 2 3 4 Easketballl 2 aseball l 2 Talent Show 3 4 Letterman's Club l 2 3 4 Presxdent ol Letterman's Club 4 Class Representatwe l Class Treasurer 2 Boys' Club Vxce Presxdent 3 Transferred to Alhambra Umon Hxqh School Martmez Cal1forn1a ROBERT DUNIVAN FFA l 2 3 4 Talent Show 3 4 Oper retta 3 4 Iudqmq Team 3 Paper Staff 2 3 Class Play 4 Class Sqt at Arms 2 Football l 2 3 4 Mxxed Chorus 3 4 Stage Crew 2 3 Boys' Quartet 3 DUANE GUNDE RSON A 1 oo 3 41 Basketball 2 Boys' Club Vxce Pres 1dent GEORGE HACK jaw 'yi :Lf o 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 I 0 0 0 0 0 0 , I , I 4 Q l I ff . 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FFA 1 2 3 Transferred from Chehalxs Hxgh School lh Junxor year Football 3 41 Boys' Club 3 4 Redsklns 3 4 Class Vlce Presxdent 3 Band 3 4 Chorus 3 4 Class representatxve 4 DON JONES JOAN KAAZ FRANCES LINWOOD ROLAND LONDON DON MASSEY PAUL MASSEY 47' F otball l 2 3 4 Basketballl 2 3 4 Baseball l 2 3 4 Talent Show3 4 Letterman's Club 1 2 3, 4 Class Be presentatlve 3 Boys' Club President 4 Student Body Vxce Presxdent 4 FFA 1 2 3 4 Sqt at Armsl Gxrls' Club 2 4 Class Play 4 Twal mica Staff 2 Vxewpomt 4 Talent Show 2 Entered from Sherxdan Hugh School Sherxdan Wyom mq 3 Class Presxdent 1 Secretary 3 GAA 2 3 4 GAA Secretary 3, FHA 1 Gxrls' ub 1 2 3 4 Sqt at Arms 2, Ou and Scroll 3 4 Torch Honor l 2 3 4 Paper Staff 2 3 4 Annual Staff 3 4 Class Play 3 4 Talent Show 2 3 4 Spellmq Tearnl 2 3 Constable l 2 Class From Com 3 4 Squaw Club Transferred to Oreqon Cmty Hxqh School Oregon Clty Ckeqon A 4 Foo all 2 3 Clas Sqt at Arrs 3 Class Flay 3 4 Paper Stal' 4 Basketball Uanaqer 4 F A l 2 3 4 Torch Honor 3 4 F A Treasure 4 Vxce Presldent of Class 3 Qumll and Scroll 4 Co Edxtor of Twal rnlca lewpoxnt 4 lndlcm Club 2 Foot b 'l 2 3 Assxstant Sports Edxtor of nrual 4 Paper Staff 3 4 Senlor Glass Play 4 1 7 1 1 I ' 1 f A 1 ,ff fra 1 1 7 , - Y , ,, ' 'H : : - 1' f , ball , 2, 3, 4: Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4f B , , , : 4: 2: F , 1 1 1 " 1' I - , I ' f. . 1 5 ' f 1 i . 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Class Secretary 1 Spelling team l 2 3 4 FFA l 4 Boys ub 1 Class Rep 2 FFA delegate to Kansas Cxty 2 State FFA President 3 FFA President 3 Boys' Club Sec Treasurer 3 Oulll and Scroll Presldent 3 Edltor of FFA Paper Twalmxca Reporter 3 4 Semor Play 4 Youth Program Executlve 4 Torch Honorl 2 3 4 Junxor Play GeeClubl2Bandl234Mlxd ChOl'US 1 GAA 2 3, 4, Operetta l Play Cast 3 Class Presxdent 3 Class 'Trea- surer 2 Constable l 2 GAA President 4 Squaw Club, Talent Show 2 Co- Edltor of Twalmlca 4 Annual Ad Staff Mqr 4 FHA Cheer Leader 1 Glrls' ub l 2 , Sec Treasurer Boys' Club 3 4 Vlce President Semor Class Presxdent Senior Class Constable4 Spellmq Team 3 4 Debate Team 4 Basketball Torch Honor 3 4 Twalmxca Staff 4 Play Production 3 4 Transferred from White Salmon ln Jumor year ,X X., Glee Club l 2 Sqt at Arms, Senior Class 4 FHA Vxce-Presxdent 4 Class Play 3 Productxon Class Play 4 Twal mlca Staff 4 Talent Show 3 VIGWPOXHT 2 3 Operetta2 Treasurer of Student Body 3 Sgt t Arms of Glrls' Club 4 Secretary Seruor Class 4 GAA 3 4 Sat at Arms of Gtrls' Club 4 .lumor Play, GAA 3 4 Constable Transferred to Wmlock Hxqh School, Wmlock, Washington GAA 2 3 4 Glee Clubl 2 Sophomore Cmmval Queen 2 Class Flepresentatlve s' Club 1 4 Fl-l Constable 2 3 Class Play 3 4 Twal mica Staff 4 Offlce Force 2 3 Talent Show 2 3 4 V1ewpoxnt2 3 4 Oper etta 2 Class Prom Comm1ttee Talent Show Commlttee 4 S t Arms 4 Junxor Play 3 Glee ub 2 Senxor Play 4 Gxrls' Club 1 2 3 4 Squaw Clubl 2 FHA1 2 Indxm Club 3 4 GAA 2 3 4 Mzxed Chorus 4 Paper Staff 3, 4 3 tml 1 7 ' ' ' 1 3 1 " ' 1 . av ,xi ' 1 of R ' 1 , 1 6 X , ' ' ' r N A 4 Q V 1 1 1 1 1 A 11 2, 4, Girl ' , 2, 3, 7 A 1, 2: . 1 4 , 1 - 1 1 2 . 1 I : Q- 1 1 1 1,, 1 - , 1 I 2. 4: u ' V . 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Semor Class Wzll Duane Gunderson leave my abnluty to sneak mto the Boller Room to Kelly Nolan Ruth Hanks my wooden shoes to Noomu Martun Let s don t be too heavy on them Joan Kaaz my qu et ways to Dlckue Mners Addy Stmger my rnembershlp an Bachelor s Club to Ruchard Moen Ray Turner my abnlnty to get along wuth the weaker sex to that promusmg young man Jnm Jacoby Verne Wehtll my abullty to draw pictures to Nr Brusco Melody Wallace my co edntorshnp of the paper to anyone who wants ut fat s fun hall Jean Moore my abzlnty In Bsology to Clyde Calvin Ruth Moore my abnlnty to get to class on tame to Marilyn Grles George Hack my ablllty to keep quiet to Harold Conrad: Robert Boone my luck an football the past year to Ray Lyons Paul Massey my abaluty to work on the paper to Bull Anderson Ruth Harrls my ablllty to change the color of my hanr to Mess Carlson Bessie Sherman Smath my abulnty to get a man to Lols Smith Kenneth Crane my basketball abulnty to Punky Ome Don ones all of my wenght to Harold Moulton fHe needs at ha hal' Frances Lmwood all of my pep at the games to the Freshman Class Maralee Schroder my abllxty to sknp classes English nn partucular to Dale Wallace Tommy Howard my wuggle to Naomu Martun Don Massey my knowledge of parluamentary procedure to Netha Wallace Gordon Daervnger my noseguard to Carl Maw U ust broke my nose 13 tunes Don lce my trumpet to Art Jones Nadine Cox my edltorshup of the annual along wath a bottle of uspurln to lust anyone Gerald Hendricks my fllrtatlous woys to Arthur Massey Marlyce l'leyes myself too certam IUDIU' boy Barbara Batchelor all of Ray Lyons funny books back to hum l won t need them to study out of anymore Elzora McEwen my lob to lvle Wllllams to keep her out of mischief McAneny Semor Class Prophecy CCondensed from the Edrtor s column of the january copy rn the 1960 Twalmrca Vxewpomt 5 The mystery of the flymg saucers has long been solved smce our renowned SCICDIISI, Don Jones made the miraculous drscovery It happened one day when he and Robert Boone were workmg rn therr chemrstry laboratory It mlght not have been poss1ble rf Mrs Fred Smith CBess1e Shermanj hadn t frnanced the layout for them Immedlately after the drscovery the old class of 50 began to take over Nadme Cox and Ruth Harris s manufacturing company began to make some earth flyrng saucers And belleve lf or not Paul Massey and Addy Stxnger are the head fxremen for the lndustry They always were a ball of frre Guess who operates these speedful flyrng saucers Duane Gunderson and Gordon Dxermger are the well known aviators who fly these grant radars Now that everyone has been movlng to the moon Ray Turner has developed a new breed of cattle called Angus and IS raising them wlth the assrstance of joan lxaaz as head truck driver Boy what a drrverll The moon men are learning to hunt Cwhatever they choosel under the dlrectlon of Frances Lxnwood and Maralee Schroeder IS teachmg all the moon men and wxmmen swrmmm Educatlon IS also berng taught on the moon and Lee Thompson and Don Ice seem to be ln charge of almost everything Who would have ever rmagmed that these outstandrng scholars would one day become absent mlnded professors George Hack the class bachelor now has marrled a chorus gxrl from the moon and has slx charmmg young gxrls all of hrs own On the moon If IS necessary to have yalls and prxsons so naturally that record breaklng benxor class IS doxng nts part Ruth Hanks and Barbara Batchelor are the chlet' wardens and certainly are domg a swell job On the moon xt ns necessary to have some sort of entertamment so Kenneth Crane has mvested ID a natlonally known opera and stxll employs Tommy Howard to smg for hxm What a Slnglllg act' Cerald llendrlcks IS also featured as a chorus glrl ln dxsgunse Boy such wiggles Nlelody Wallace ns also employed as presxdent of the l xar s Club bhe certalnly d1dn t have to develop her talent too much To BSSISI or work wlth the prlsons or the laws the moon government employs lflzora Nlcl wen as a prrvate dxck Wow what a sleuth' The Nloonbeam a paper edxted by Don Nlassey and assisted by those live wlre reporters Ruth and lean Moore xs one of the best papers I have ever read Whxle readlng this paper l notlced that Nerne Wehtye xs the newly elected President of all the moon xtes And who do you thxnk IS servxng as head ambassador to other countr1es7 lt IS none other than rn person that fast talltxng young lady Nlarlyce lleyes Vtell this about wmds up all the world records set bv that great Senlor Class of 1990 0 c I l I . . . ll . . - . . 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Y 1 L I Senior Awards VALEDICTORIAN Not only because of hrs scholastrc achrevement does Ray Turner deserve the honor of vale drctorran of the graduatrng class of 1950 He has rn addrtron to a strarght -K average a great many other oualrfrcatrons whrch mark hrrr- as one of the most outstandrng students to graduate from Toledo Hrgh School He embodres the rdeals essentral for students who wrll become com munrty and natronal leaders SALUTATORIAN In addrtron to hrs scholastrc abrlrtres salutatorran Atherton Strnger possesses the trarts of an outstandrng crtrzen cooperatrveness perseverance stabrlrty of character and an aboundrng energy whrch he devotes freely to the common good ACHIEVEMENT For attarnrng the hrghest grade average of the senror grrls Frances Lrnwood has earned the achrevement award Frances has been an actrve class leader and has partrcrpated rn many extra currrcular actrvrtres CITIZENSHIP Srnce admrnrstrators teachers and students have been able to pornt for the past four years to George Hack as a person havrng the qualrfrcatrons essentral rn a good Amerrcan crtrzen he rs most worthy of thrs crtrzenshrp award A few of hrs trarts are hrs abrlrty to assume responsr brlrty hrs honesty hrs cooperatrveness and hrs drlrgence MUSIC Evrdencrng her superror achrevement rn the musrc freld Marlyce Heyes has been a solorst an accompanrst and a member of the swrng band She rs always dependable and wrllrng to do thrngs when asked Her cooperatrve attrtude both rn and out of school marks her as an asset to any communrty ACTIVITY The actrvrty award has gone to Paul Massey because of hrs aggressrveness hrs persrstence hrs frrmness of character and hrs earnest endeavor These attrrbutes among others have combrned to make hrm successful rn the many prorects rn whrch he has been engaged ATHLETIC Gordon Drerrnger has been prcked for the athletrc award because of hrs outstandrng value to Toledo Hrgh rn football baseball and basketball He was selected by hrs teammates as the one who would lead them rn therr games as football captarn Gordon was lrked by all of the offrcrals for the courteous manner rn whrch he handled the srtuatrons that confronted hrm Hrs speech thoughts and appearance were nothrng but clean V ' ' v - ' 1 A v . 7 ' 1 9 V . . 7 . - . 1 1 . . 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Y . , . . - s SENIOR CLASS PLAY Tom Arsdale Oke Stxrnpson Peaches Carter Mr Arsdale Aunt Caroline Sylvra Webster Dean Marlow Blrdre LaVerne Barbara Stanford CAST Alfred Tennyson Murg atrord Asma Chuck Mayo Addy Strnger Duane Gunderson Maralee Schroder Ray Turner Frances Lmwood Marlyce Heyes Roland London Bessie Smrth oan Kaaz Paul Massey Ruth Harns Don Massey Grrl Shy a three act comedy resulted xn an evenxng of laughter when rt was presen ed by the Senior Class It dealt wrth the motivating forces of love and rts many excltxng prtfalls JUNIOR CLASS PLAY CAST Kennedy detectlve Harold Conradr justmra Tuttle a marden lady Gwynetha Wallace Sophra Tuttle a rnarden lady Polly Nolan Peggy their niece Janette Gray Frank Dale rn love wrth Peggy Darwin Eskelr Wmnre Dale hrs sxster IOyCe Perry Rev Nathanrel Hrcks smrtten on Sophra Roger Lewrs Dr Shanke the famrly doctor Bxll Anderson Mrke Cassrdy polrceman rn love with Ilm Conway a crook Nlora a cook Carrre a maid Nora Harold Moulton Mrlford Worley Velda Seward Marilyn Grxes llorace Pxckerell a professor of entomology Bxll Mackey 'Catch That Thref a mystery, comedy play about two prrm old maxds who go wxld over a brave young crook zmzors Class 0 1951 FALL SEMESTER OFFICERS Presldent Roger l-ewls Vlce Presldenf Jimmy Rakoz Secretary Carl Maw Treasurer Sonya London Represenfahves Elaine Sharp Leonard Grlzzle Sgt af Arms Wllber Mackey Janet? Rakoz SPRING SEMESTER OFFICERS President Harold Moulion Vlce President Polly Nolan Secretary Roger Lewns Treasurer Barbara Davls Represenfa hves Darwln Eskell Marilyn Grles Sgt at Arms Nnck Kalunln Loss Sm nth Anderson B II Barley Gerald iw-w., Conrad: Harold Cggier ys Cooper Mary Davis Barbara Farmer, everly Gray Janette Grles Marllyn Hngglns Ruth sr' Jacoby Jnm Lewls Roger London Sonya Lyon Wffy f fin' Massey Faye .ou- I 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 e f V Z P' B , A A h , , , ml " , A , 1 . - LV . Vx I . e f.. ,F 'A Q- 1 -.1 ff . . . . - 4 ' - . ' I ' 1 I I ' j ' ' , . Q 1 ,I ' . I I I . I I I ' I 2 . I .. I . . I . -'. ' S . I " xi I r A ' , Z, w fi Life 'xl I i . I .I I d 4 ' I ' if-,'I,.l If ' 1 2 fu Er., I L ' l I A L 1- ,fu ,E . If . I , . f Q I I I I l l . I ,fi an A Q -0 - I . . I I I I JI ,J AJ , umors C lass 0 1951 Nd 3' ping Perry Joyce Maw Carl McCalman1 Donna f oulton arold 14 XE' 6 x Peters Charles Rakoz .leanefte Jnmmy Row mg Edward Sawln Joan T ,fs fl Seward Velda Sharp Elaune Smnth L s Tryon Della Turner Ben A49- 1 1 Walls Royce an Wallace Gwynetha E els D wm Gruzzle Le mard Mackey wllbUI' Nolan Kelly Templeion Kaye Thayer Kenneth fpzftures no by a lla le Wehile Frank Worley Milford 3 J. ll , , f ,LS W f , A I, lf i , ' , , P W , l W r X an 'I Q jf - . Vx k Q 5n'l'W'2" - ' f e 2'-X gf . 6 A ' Key , r Q I, 5 ' 1' P - . f 'l A , .-fl Rf f - , 1 Q sk ', -r ' t' Us 'I b -If fl l Q R xl lx ' 9 1x -A X A 'I Q S Freshmen ols Set r qe A v n tmqer Ani r N le eddy Vlowen 'lark jra row alr, Qlfllflfll' ace Almond, ' ary lea r verett 4th row Harbara Frsher ox, nom- el ,mga r os'e o rsor, wrltara fest a t yon Barnes Robert Oberq t 2 w Carol mpg Ha 'y Ne, a ly Nat s Jorxs Jrrzzle, "ar e xon aroarr Valxfr' Shlrley ge Afehtle fr lflll n harles Rayne, Jrjy tassey arry Pork Gerald watson, Arthur Massey .Javtd lnerry Searran, Qcrrora Lots ue sen J -mr Cemlra Rakoz Allene Jern Waterrrar Bernard Gary 1-'Lrkendotl Bill Herron, ml fo an, atrxck McQu1qq lv' ltor Q, 1 l SOPl"l0l'l'10f8S-lst row left to rrqhtz Advrsor, Lflss rflale, Laurze Spry, Claudette Harms, Fatrgcxa I I Sherman, Jaxjv Lou Conradz, Eeverly I-Eayne, .Jarr- lyn Steele, lo Ann Majors, Qorxs Horton, 'Jarglyn Beane. 2nd row: Eoosy Eakoz, Wayne Apilnq, Sarrxael Steele, Packard Nea, Danrel Hrqqxns, Joe Majors, runny ernea. 3rd row: Haney S'uoe:, Vaxzne Fxedl, Marlene Sskell, 'liauaza Catltn, Edztn Barley, Naorm Martin, Y-'arlene Forrester. 4th row: 'ferrzs Watermar., James l.4cAneny, Yen- netlt Fmrsh, ferry jones, Arthur Jones, Fgcnard Moen, Lee Ziegler.. Sth row! Carol Fletter, Mzlfired Liam-dock, Jeanne Hoxrt, Beverly Horton, Edxth Stedman. ps .-al...-L....J F' Seventh Grade ' p ro Q rraht Scn ll naer Ncfwe t ra d Va: Day d J s a ltrnan, Flen Zlarrsey, nrrar, s Zna nlarmd Woone, Ja tt o 1 uheehar 'Wav 2 ner Se t 1 a row Jartere rss r W ar, lvta: rt zane Spry Trai 'rr'v A,person Qax z also z, e e ooper, rtorenfe Jer Eal Shernran or 'Sorts wade cyce Sewara Be -1 :eras cl Bev ly Reber Poolcs car Dax, Bar net CDG' Kl nge Leo Rat: z Plrkhnrst, :Roar-ev re Robby Stee 6 McConnell Julxa f' lark, Caroltne Steele Cioy tn iror l-tenrv Qakoz dd1e I1l"Sel"l orry sa stan er"y Davxa GY GTG N arcy elores re Jea ge Je rqe arry I fl'l Gfdde Front row Melvxn Holland Fred dxe Ap'mc Rooer Fhandler Kenneth Bleed Janet Edward anls McQu1qq Carol Charles Vseal gnd row Jlenn Heyes Robert Norkey Lorena Nash, Shrrley Lewls Jennette Sheehan Janet Stone, Fave 1-le ren, Naurxce Harrllton, lufrmy Fonradl 3rd row Glen Qltzrr-an Howard Fialand Shtrley Seward Delores Jones Marsha Glenn, Johr Moulton Davld Nells Sammy Cox, Dxclue Nxltxarrs, John Forman 4th r w reqqy pperso Barbara Sands o s Lampxtt Glorla Coverdell Eugene rat1rr'ar 5th row Darlene Olson, Faye Johnston Mrs Apltnq, Jerry flark Robert Lurrsden John Cppel , Stanley Wo dy Massey Qetty Farrts J can Qeuther, ayr' ond .rupp -11 I- 4.12.4 Admzmstmtzon SUPERINTENDENT S MESSAGE Lrvrng ln the Pacrfrc Northwest nature s wonderland you Seniors have drawn your class motto from the mount arns that adom our countryside Your motto Prck your peak and clrmb rr rs most appropnate for the class of 1950 The motto presents both a challenge and a com mand The experienced mountameer selects hrs peak care fully and then dlrects all hrs energy and skxll toward clrmblng that mountann The upward way will be arduous hard and dangers wrll often plague the cllmber on his upward way the summit the glorious feeling of conquest that comes wrth achrevxng a goal that few have attarned together wlth the sublrme view of the countrysxde from the top most pxnnacle are compensatrons for the hardships of the upward climb Each Senlor has the prlvtlege of pxckxng a peak lxfe s goal to cllmb That goal may be a college educatxon a busxness one of the professions homemaklng or some other worthwhile endeavor When you have once deter mxned your lrfe purpose then permnt nothxng to deter you from reachlng the summit the attainment of your l1fe s objective and goal ALBERT KLETSCH Superintendent ,JA I PRINCIPAL S MESSAGE I wish to commend you on the dedication of your annual to the fathers and the mothers of the class and the commumty Certatnly tt as most fitting and proper that you should honor those who have made xt possxble for you to reach this envrable nulestone May I suggest that you not only show such honor and respect through verbal sm but also through actlon and accomphshment of due respect It IS also my sincere hope however that you dedlcate yourselves to hung only honor esteem and hxgh repute to your home school and community HAROLD ATZ Principal Q X ff f jf A 24,1 -1 I 6 i 1 C f ' ' .'. AL , , T A - . . . 1 , 1. V 4 , , Y ' F, - . .-Q' I V: . . ,,-. . K xg? VV . A . . . . . , gig V' Nevertheless, the thrill one receives on attaining ' 1 Y - . . 1 . , Y Y 5 . . y . . . . . . , Y I nfl , 'J , I, ,' ,xv A 1 , I l 2 , ' . . , y . 7 7 Y Y . I Thanks to the Fagffgy for then' qforts zn our bebay JOHN T BLAKE Vocational Agr :culture ALICE COSTELLO Commercial subpects Quill and Scroll Twalmrca Vlewpomt Twalmlca Freshman Class Advlsor HAROLD ATZ FRANCIS BRUSCO History Health Boys PE Football Basketball Baseball ,J 5 X lsr Wx LEILA CARLSON RUTH COPPOCK English Library Staff Grrls Glee Club Senior Play Coach School Chorus Grrls Sextet Operetta Advisor Coach Sensor Class Q Advlsor Boys Club LORAINE DONEGIAN Home Economics F Girls Club Advisor ESTELLA APLING Chemlstry, Algebra, Blology E'9l"fl" G"Ud9 General Sclence, Redskins, Jf' H'9l" Glfls' P-E- Student Government, and Jumor Class Advnsor .f 41' ll!!! JANE HALE RALPH SEELEY Spanish Englnsh Band Prlvate l-ess s Hnstory P E G A A Concert Advlsor Sophomore Class Advlsor 1 ORIN J. COLBERT R, V DAVIS 50V9l'lfl'l Gl'GdB Sixth and Seventh Grades Jr. Hugh Coach 'x I l U I l U K. QX- ' Q x X 1 z A. A T , Q s C ff v. , .. 1 I X 1 ' A'1 ,dl ' 2 l 'X fi. X s F.F.A. Advisor I Driver's Education Advisor, Junior and Mixed Chorus, Grade . I I u f . X fly! I I ' A . fx l , f A 1 X K f l ' ' , ' , .H.A. I' , ' , ' A . 1 . 1 ,n l OFFICE STAFF Polly Nolan Marie Kirkendall Ruth Hanks Marlyce Heyes Ruth Harris Mr Klelsch Jerry McCalany BUS DRIVERS lst row-Mrs Wanda Bones Mrs Monty Allen Mrs Nora Nixon Mrs. Lucille Ritzman 2nd row-Mr Ed Ritzman Mrs lris Ballard Mr. Leo Meyer Mr. Claude Lewis Mr. Shirley Ice SCHOOL BOARD Mr Henry McQuigg Ralph Grles E F Boone Henry Hopp E C Manwell P T A LUNCH PROGRAM Mrs Trafton Mrs Kalnch Velda Seward Beverly Farmer Janette Gray Z' RN XIRXR 883.6 as rf iv STUDENT BODY OFFICERS Standxng 'lay Turner George llack Harold Nloulton Don jones Addy hunger Seated lommy lloward Barbara Davzs 'Naomr Nlarrm Polly Nolan Nlarlyce lleyes Cerald llendrxcl-cs HONOR ROLL Back Row Bxll Anderson, Verne Wehtle, Tommy Howard, Roger LCWIS, Mary Bea Everett, Beverly Bayne, Nlaxme Rezdle, Nlary Lou Conradx, 'Naoml Martln, Adrienne Davis, Bernard Johnson, Arthur Nlassey Second Row Addy Stmger, George Hack, Ray Turner, Melody Wallace, Janette Gray, Polly Nolan, Beverly Farmer, Frances Linwood, Ruth Wg, Barbara Davis, Mary Cooper Front Row Ben Turner, Paul Massey, Barbara Kalxch, Gerald Hendrlcks, Marlyce Heyes, Ruth Harrxs, jean Nloore, Shlrley Stmger 'fe-efv-H . . , Q ' , fa -f -Mvfu , ! 3 L . , w V Q i 2 A ' fa- . -J . . ,.i es. Q Sf, 4 nf N, A :A-: X 14 'xi' R Num 'L 2'2" I lu 4 2 LL 14 rc' ' Ll ' 1 ' ,tv NC U -I V l 1 'v A v v G U . . . . . , - v wr 4 v A 1 ' v 7 r FFA For the thrrd consecutrve year, the Toledo chapter achreved the Master Chapter award Thrs honor outlrnes the chapter functrons for the year and can be garned only through cooperatrve efforts of all mdrvrduals of the organrzatron The Toledo boys entered state wlde competition rn judging Contests entered were the Auburn Fat Show, Southwest Washrngton Farr, Cowlrtz County Farr, Carnauon, Western Washlngton Farr at Puyallup Pacrfrc Internatronal Lrvestock Exposrtron and the Washington junror Poultry Exposrtron Thrs year as a whole, was very frurtful judgrng team members were Addy Stinger, George Hack, Ray Turner, Paul Massey, Don Massey Bob Randall Gordon Dlerrnger, Roger Lewls and Ben Turner and Bxll Anderson served as alternates Community servlce rendered by the chapter included dorng tractor and equipment custom work, pnmrng fruxt trees and clrpplng cattle As the delegate of the Toledo chapter, Addy Stinger was sent to the Natronal F F A Conventron at Kansas City, Mxssouu Ray Turner, as State President, represented the State of Washington as one of rts offrcral delegates Agam thrs year the chapter sponsored the fourth annual Father Son Banquet, March 14, at the Hrgh School This social event IS planned again for next year Paul Massey received the Trophy for the outstandlng project Governor Arthur B Langlre was rnvxted to attend but was unable to be present Mr Severre Omdahl, Director of Agrrculture, came as a personal representative ofthe Governor and delivered a very rnterestrng talk Paul Massey won alternate to the Unlon Pactfrc Scholarshrp for the year 1950 The Toledo chapter drd well rn parliamentary procedure In the sub-drstrlct contest at Toledo the boys placed frrst Again at Longvrew rn the drstrxct contest they came out frrst This was re peated at the sub-state contest held rn Puyallup This wxnnrng entrtled them to attend the State contest at Pullman where they placed second ln the State rn an extremely close contest Paul Massey represented the chapter at the State Convention conducted by Ray Turner State Presrdent Other members attending as parlramentary team members were George Hack, Addy Strnger, Roger Lewrs, Blll Anderson, Don Massey, Gordon Drerrnger and Mr john Blake, chapter advrser At the conventron, Paul recerved the State Farmer degree and Ray recerved a S100 check for wrnnxng the state rural electrrfxcatron contest 0 0 0 o I . . ' 4 , . , . : 1 1 . . . . . . .. . . . O Q - . . Y , : . . A. .....a-su FHA The purposes of the Future Homemakers of Amerxca are to promote interest ln home economxcs and to work for a good home and famlly lxfe for all Accompllshments of the Toledo Chapter for thls year mclude sendmg delegates to reglonal and state conventron sendxng contestants to the Wool Contest at Yaklma Chnstrnas candy sale serv ing at banquets, and actmg as hostesses to the Regxonal Demonstration Contest Ofhcers are Presrdent, Gwynetha Wallace, Vxce President Elzora McEwen Secretary, Barbara Davxs, and Treasurer joan Sawm U 7 Q l 1 GIRLS CLUB Seated Shrrley Stxnger Naomi Martxn Barbara Batchelor Ruth Hanks, Netha Wallace, Polly Nolan Standlng Mrs Donegzan, jean Moore, Kay Templeton Ruth Hrggms Ruth Moore 1 , ' . lj I I I . 9 . . Q . S - . Z . l . - . , Q , . . . :- . V x 9 . . G ' -' o . b I ,, fx , C 1 . 'A . " X. , ,V . .,-,- -- A ., , .. 5 'V 'K ' . T N ' I j, . I ! wx 4 L n 1 " 4- et - : v Y V , - . . , . . , Y .. , , , . x', C TWALMICA VIEWPOINT STAFF Seated Ioan Sawrn Marlyce Heyes Melody Wallace Paul Massey Velda Seward Barbara Davis Second Row Frances Llnwood Maralee Schroeder Bessie Smith Marrlyn Gnes Ruth Harris l.o1s Smith Thrrd Row MISS Costello Barbara Batchelor Janette Gray Beverly Farmer Joyce Perry Ruth Hrggms Kay Templeton Fourth Row Harold Conrad: Ray Turner Addy Stmger Verne Wehtye 5... sg 2 ANNUAL STAFF Seated Frances l mvuood 'Nadme Cox Standlng Nlarlyce lleves Gerald llendrrclrs Addy Stlnger Ruth Harms Nlaralee Schroeder Nlxss foszello I I I x, f- ' ' , -.K 1 . V, , . "' I.: 1 e ' . I rv f." xg - 4 , ' X, A 1 1 l -F ' 0 , - 3 L, - . 7 1 1 v 1 - . , , . . y . . y . Y . l T Y Y Y 1 Y , . . . .1 3 7 7 ' 9 S L v- 5. ' - I Q T . X n r . xx 1 x. at 5 , x -' is G, x xr-X ' N r g .r 'r Y 1 ' , ,N u 4. 1 lvl! W .ft,,rr.y ,V . 1. X V, 5 '11 x .. '-, M - -- ' , -lv S V ' . A .S I . I ,. N , MIXED CHORUS Bottom Row Wayne Applrng Bobby Rakoz Duane Gunderson Davxd Clark Vern Waterman Second Row Mrldred Merdock Bonnte McQu1gg Lela Blair Mary Bea Everett Laurre Spry, Claudette Harms Jeanne Hoxrt Nancy Stuber Carol Netter Thrrd Row Barbara kalrch Dorrs Horton Shrrley Strnger Jo Ann Nrxon Lots Nxelsen Beverly Horton, Beverly Farmer Marlyce lleyes Marlene Forrester Edxth Barley Fourth Row Ferns Waterman Don Ice james McAneny Wilbur Mackey, Harold Moulton Leonard Grrzzle Nnck Kalmrn jrmmy Rakoz Bxll Herron Mrlton Barnes 11 -v - 1 l GIRLS' GLEE CLUB f J 1 , I 9 . .. ' l f v ,S ll , xr A , -4 :X A si , - 1 R X . lx .' f r - I 1 D 1 I 1 . 1 ' ' 1 1 1 1 7 7 7 ' "" 1 1 1 1 1 I Y 7 ' i I Y Y 7 Y 7 Y Y ' r ll . ., r a A ' l . - -1 4- , ' ra , 1, - X- 5 1 K' ' . . l v H ' l A ' Q-X 1 " 1 H? ' . B -4 gk V may uma, BAND 0-4 "X...q DEBATE TEAM Stamhng Ray Turner Ncrha Wallace Ceorge Hack Frances lmwood Xeme Xlehtyc beated 'Xddv Runge: Mr Kletch kdusor and Ben Turner f QUILL AND SCROLL Seated Ray Turner Atherton Stmger Standlng Ruth Harrxs Ioan Sawm Ruth Higgins Frances Linwood Marlyce Heyes TORCH HONOR Standmg George Hack Frances Llnwood Ray Turner Seated Tommy Howard Marlyce Heyes Addy Stmger Melody Wallace Paul Massey 1 ' ' . 42- 9 4- if ' R M fa I 1 AX ll ' 4, 1 4 . ' ' X ' X Q' Z: . rr 5" I j, V Illffy 1. , L M 4 ' 'fa' R " rx Q , .1 , . . . . - . n ' I s 1 v 1 ' v Melody Wallace, and Alice Costello. rj 'veavwa yqrf, V' I I R l 1 ' 1 R' A Warm Rimini , . A A . . , iw 'lv in K J f , A 1 1' M i A 1. al f if I ' Il A . , I V-X , , L V K . , -R , . I . - , . Y I . - r 1 1 1 ' BOYS CLUB Seated Ray Lyons Verne Wehtye Addy Stinger George Hack Ray Turner Standxng Robert Boone Mr Brusco Harold Moulton 4. VOCATIUNAL AGRICULTURE VOCATIONAL AGRICULTUR E Queen Sonya Lond on CARNIVAL QUEEN AND PRINCESSES Marlyce Heyes Sonya London Sally Walls Edvth Stedman FALL CARNIVAL The fourth Fall Carnival was sponsored by the High School and Communrty for the purpose of raxsmg money In prevxous years the profnt was used to pay for the sport freld lrghrs Thxs year one thrrd of the funds were used to pay for the fxeld llghts one rhrrd went to the P T A for therr hot lunch equrpment and one thrrd to the swrm mmg pool srnkmg fund One grrl from each class IS annually chosen to run for queen Each class sells carmval trckets whrch entrtle them a candrdate vote Candrdates for th1s year were Seruor Marlyce Heyes jumor Sonya London So more Edxth Stedman Freshman Sally Walls Sonya Lon don was Carmval Queen thrs year as Q C D 1 l . 7 3 Pho' n 'lfo ' k I If t 2 2 7. Q V V ., v I V V WL, if ' ,rj : f ANYY, 4' 9 L f Q ' t,,jT7', of lm l y fl 'xi l 1 I l I H wr Ax' if x b u ,l ', ' . 3 X 1 l 1 'E ' w K l I Q . ' ' l ' 3 f 1 f f f y i 1' l . , , Gerald Hendruclcs Lee Zuegler Harold Conrad: Don Jones fs on ce Tom Howard Punky Omeg Leonard Grizzle flf, it ' G KR., Don Massey Jerry Jones Bull Andersen Duane Gunderson Larry Bock George Wnlson 4' 2, George Hack Dale Wallace Robert Boone Gerald Bailey 554 .lim Jacoby Wilber Machey Football FRANCIS BR USCO Coach ,fs FOOTBALL The lndrans fmrshed the grrd xron season wrth an envrable record of 8 wxns and 1 loss They scored a total of 189 pornts to then opponent s C5 On September If the Lewis County Jamboree was held at Toledo There the mlghty lndxans trxpped Onalaska 12 0 On September 23 the lndxans journeyed to Mossyrock for thexr only defeat of the season The Indlans played good ball but came out on the losing end 14 7 Then on September 30 Wlnlock came to the Indran s field That 1S when the tomahawk hrt the hardest When the game was over the Redbrrds felt mighty blue Cblack and bluej The Indians massacred the Cardl nals 43 7 That rs a record for the worst defeat Wxnlock has ever had On October 7 the Onalaska Loggers came to the Indran s f1e1d for thexr second defeat The Indians trampled the Loggers 20 0 On October 14 the lndrans went to State School and defeated them 39-C On October 21 the Indrans agam loaded mto busses and journeyed to Randle When the fxnal gun sounded the lndrans were ahead 21 13 On October 28 the Pe E11 Troyans came to the Indxan s freld They too were left rn the dust by the lndxans for a score of 20 7 Then on November 4 the Morton Huskres yourneyed to the Indran s field Thns was the game of the sea son Whoever won thrs vrtally rmportant game would be co champxons wrth Mossyrock Over 2 000 fans were there to wxtness the Indxan s vrctory The mlghty Indrans barely edged the Morton Huskxes 14 12 Then came November 11 the Armxstxce Day game with the Wmlock Cardmals Even with a muddy freld the Indrans ran over the Cardmals 13 5 Thls game also made the Indrans mythical champrons Mossyrock the same day got beaten by Onalaska In league standrngs the lndxans frnxshed a fme season by tymg Mossy rock for the Co Chanpronshxp of Lewts County gf L... Z Gordon Duerlnger Carl Maw Harold Moulton IN Milford Worley Ray Turner David Clark Manager Charles Boyne Manager I ' A J ...Q . ' 1 . , . , ' . , . y . . , . . . . . . - , . , . . . . - . x . N' , . . . , . . , . . ' a 1 , ' - . ' . , . . , . . . . - n . Y . . . . y 'H . - I I I . Q 0 it 1' B A. , -1 V x , v 7 ir Jr , I h i i ' 2, f K' , . -i- 1-frm . V gf' - ' ', ' 135525 ...- 1.01 1,78- .. v N Ai ,, 6 A .' ' Q-we .fn f Q ' nt, X I . , I I S -LA f Q N it Konnefh Crane Wi I 'R 'E Gerald Hendrucks Jam Jacoby Lee Zlegler Jerry Jones Pun ky Omeg kv Gord BASKETBALL The 1949 50 basketball season was eagerly awarted at Toledo Hrgh School by both fans and athletes Prevxous lettermen were Gordon Dlermger Kenneth Crane Gerald Hendrrcks Don Jones Dale Wallace and Lee Zregler The rnrtral turnout of about 35 players were grven a cordral greetnng from our new coach Francrs Brusco Durmg December and january the boys drdn t get much practrse due to the snow But they dxd farrly well rn therr non league games wrnnrng 3 and losrng 2 The frrst home league game was December 23 wrth Nlossyrock The Indrans trounced them 28 16 Cn january 27 the Randle Panthers came to the Indran s floor to take a nrp and tuck game 41 38 The lndrans traveled to the forergn Morton floor on February 3 When the frnal horn sounded rt was tred up 38 38 In the overtrme the Indrans scored 10 pornts to the Husk1es 6 to edge them 48 44 Then February 7 the Indrans Jaunted over to Wxnlock to come out on the losmg end of another mp and tuck game The score was 43 40 On February 10 the Unalaska Loggers came to the Indran s floor for therr second defeat for the score of 45 30 Cn February 14 the Morton Huskres came to the Indran s floor but st1ll came out on the losrng score 35 30 On February 17 the Indrans loaded mto busses to frght a snow storm all the way to the Randle Panther s floor It was a close game all the way until the last 2 minutes Three ofthe frrst frve fouled out and Randle took the game 47 37 The travelrng Indrans arrrved at the Mossyrock Vrkmg s home floor on February 21 But wrth four fouls on 4 of the 5 starters rn the thxrd quarter rt slowed thrngs down Mossyrock took the game 35 28 The Wmlock Cardrnals came to the Indran s fl or on February 25 for the last league game of BASErALL The lndlan s baseball squad rs one of the top teams of he league Only four men were lost due to graduatlon last sprrng Toledo rs fortunate rn havxng rt s nest pltcher return from the servrce Below rs thrs year s league schedule Below are th players and therr posrtrons Aprrl 7 Aprrl 11 Aprrl 14 Apr1l21 Apr1l28 May 2 N ay j May 12 'viay 19 May 26 Toledo at Wxnlock Toledo at Toutle Lake Ryderwood at Tol do Toledo at Napavrne Wrnlock at Toledo Toutle Lake at Toleco Napavme at lol do Toledo at Ryderwoo Wxnner South v Wrnaer rast Wmner North vs W'm'xer West Champronshrp Play off Earl Omeg Don jones Kenneth C are Ger rd Hend rcks Le Zregler Ray Turner Carl Maw jerry ones Tom Howard Go don D errnger Harold Conradr Teddy Bowen Kenneth Thayer Mrlford W orlev second base left freld rrght freld short stop frrst base center freld catcher thxrd base rrght freld thrrd base left freld second base prtcher prtcher Dale Wallace Qno prcturej prtcher ' I 1 9 . 7 y , , I . . . . , , . ' ' - 1 - , I K Q . . , . 7 - . . . , . . , . , . 7 . . , . . 1 Y , . . . . . . . . . , . ,. . . , G the season. It was another of those thrillers but the Indians got edged by 1 point, 42-41. .3 ' ' ' . t . . . . . . . , , . , , , 5 G 5 . . . . u Q ' ' l S I I A s . A , . 8. :- . I ' ' .1 ' T e - . d J ' I ' . S - I I U. I: t ' ' 1 ' ' A ' 1 r i I ' Jerry Jones Carl Maw Harold Conrad: Don Jones Ken Thayer Lee Zelgler Gerald Hendr lcks Teddy Bowen Gordon Dlermger Mnlford Worley Ray Turner Ken Crane Funky Omeg Thoma s Howard GRADE SCHOOL BASKETBALL Grade School basketball team was successful th1s past season They opened the season with a practlce game wrth Wlnlock and lost the game by flV6 pomts Durmg the Christmas holrdays they entered the Y Nl C A tournament at Longvlew and received thelr second loss by Kessler s erghth graders Toledo led all the way rn thxs game untrl the closmg two mxnutes when they were edged by three POIHIS Durlng the regular season Ryderwood and Toutle Lake defeated the Toledo graders twxce and Toledo took two games from Vader Although the Toledo Grade School was handlcapped for height they were a scrappy ball club GAA Maralee Schroeder Janette Gray Frances Lmwood Ruth Hanks Beverly Farmer, Barbara Batchelor 1 1 , ..... , . . . . . , . oc: 1 1 1 1 . 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