University High School - Duckling Yearbook (Eugene, OR)
- Class of 1952
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PETER LAURENCE HORN
Roosevelt 49 Student Body Treasurer 3 Golf Team 2 As
sembly Committee 2 IRL 2 3 H1 Y 3 Debate Team 2 3
Scarlet Masque l 2 3 Student Council 3 Honor Society 2 3
Boys State 2
To Peter a scholar who made learning respected a leader
who Influenced others by hns example a comrade who shared
our work and our pleasures the Unzverslty Hrgh Annual Staff
wnth grotntude dedncates thus 1952 Ducklsng
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1952 DUCKLING STAFF
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Lfrmersm Hrgh School as monnrorned ronntly by the Eugene Public Schools
ond The Unncrsnry ol Oregon The currrculo IS Thor of The Eugene Public
SchoolQ bu rnony brrverim students do their orochce feochrng here
Dr Korrbl o brolcbsor ol cducotnon as Tl drreclor of Teocher trornrng
Dr llrncs rs the sup nntendenr of the Eugene Publrc Schools
Mr Mrllhollen IS the onncrool of Unrversny Hlgh ond olso serves os boys
counQeIIor ond odwso to student councrl ond budget councrl He olso teoches
Dr Paul Kambly
Dr Clarence Hmes
Abby Adams Morris Beachy Agnes Best
Foreign languages, Jun-
icr English, dviscr ta
Honor Sa: vand assem-
bly cam tee.
Dean of girls, So al Liv-
ing, US. Histor, advisor
to Girls' Leag .
English and journalism,
advisor to Highlights,
Ambassadors, Quill and
Social - economic prob-
lems, US. History, advis-
or to Senior Class, IR L.,
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English and speech, ad-
visor to Scarlet Masque.
Health and physical edu-
cation for gIrlS, l3l0lOQY,
advisor to GAA. and Y-
Commercial subjects, co-
advisor of Sophomore
Class, advisor to Pep
Vernon Kerley Jane Gehring
Mathematics, co - advisor Art, Advrsar to Palateers
to tickets and operations
Ray Hendrickson Lottie Lee Lamb
Physical education for Librarian, co-advisor to
bays, coach, advisor to Junior Class.
Social Living, World His-
tory, Sophomore English,
advisor to Duckling, co-
advisor of Sophomore
Social Liv ir1g
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STUDENT BODY OFFICERS
Student body officers, elected in the spring of l95l, provided leadership for
the government of the school,
Dick Lyons, president of the student body, presided at all assemblies and
meetings of the student council, and represented Uni High at several con-
ferences during the year.
Hale Hohnstein, vice-president, was chair-
man of the assembly committee, and respon-
sible for checking on all assemblies and ob-
taining the auditorium for assembly use.
Janet Lusk fulfilled her responsibilities as
Secretary by taking minutes at student body
and student council meetings and taking
care of all school correspondence
Peter Horn in the position of Treasurer
kept all the school financial records and
posted a financial report for the school each
month Rick Pittman succeeded Peter Horn
Priscilla Campbell was elected Historian
a new student body office this year at Uni
High Her duties were to keep all student
council and budget council bulletins pic
tures and all continuous records of the school
Janet Lusk Rick pnfman Priscilla Campbell
Members of the Student Council include
the student body officers and one represen-
tative elected from each social studies class.
Through the student council all students
have an opportunity to participate in deci-
sions on student government and to make
any suggestions they wish.
A new organization at Uni High this year
is the Budget Council, which handled the fi-
nancial needs of our clubs. ln October, each
organizations budget was approved and
plans were made for raising the necessary
Representatives to this council were the
presidents and treasurers of each club and
organization in the school. Chuck Adams
was elected business manager.
Rally Freeman, Beryl
St. Clair, Joan Rainville, Ma
Richard Goheen, Peter l-lorn, Larry Flint
rita Newton, Priscilla Campbell, Janet Lusk
4: Rick Pittman, Rod Statzer, Darline Gadsden, Diane Young, A
3- Lois McGowan, Mr, Millhollen, Ken Mcriarity, Jim Warren, Bob Grifteth, Gordon Dahlquist
Richard McLaren, Madge Barnes, Becky Triolo, Joanne Carlson, lan Walker,
2' Janet Lusk, Priscilla Campbell, Jaunita l.emke,. Joanne Rainville, Shirley St. Clair, Silver Sparks
Ronnie Anderson, Sally Bangs, Dennie Koupal.
Linda Muhr, Dick Lyons.
I. Chuck Adams, Hale l-lohnstem, Marita Newton, Sandy McCready, Astrid Hart, Miriam Morgan
Mary Conway, Diane Young, Joanne Carlson
Tuders' Guide, the Handbook for Uni l-lugh,
proved very useful, especially in the fall, as
students were becoming familiar with school
routine and ocluvurues.
Joanne Carlson, editor, and her stall pub-
lished the Handbook during the brecedung
summer, and ut was issued the fursl day of
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TICKETS and OPERATIONS
At all home Qants, n'enibcrs of ihc Tuck-
ers and Operatuons Committee sold fuckers
and roused the flag, They also collected
money for varuous functions at school Their
chairman was Becky Truolo and Mr Kerley
and Mr Hale were co-odvusors
Row 3. Dale Overdick, Scotty Wood, Larry Flint, lan Walker
Row 2. Jaunita Lemke, Shirley Harrington, Gladys Wells, Priscilla Campbell, Janet Lusk, Anita Maclsaac,
Linda Muhr, Diane Young, Donna Brewer,
lov I. Steve Foulger, Mark Fleming, Dick Lyons, Madge Barnes, Beth Rutherford, Angie Mohr, Dawn
Kester, Rod Statzer.
The Social Committee is one ot the larg-
est of our student body committees, This
committee sponsored three fun nights during
the year and secured many new records for
the school, Its chairman was Rod Statzer.
H C U Various types of recreation, including
ping-pong, noon dances, and a game room,
were provided by members of the Noon l-lour
Activities Committee, headed by Jim Warren.
ROV 3. Sally Maclsaac Joanne Whitt-,arth, Ray TllC'DC. lCVl Walkcl. Chuck Adams' Smdl' Micreadl'
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Row 2. Naorrrrlwa lplarner, Delores Cook, Pat Lusk, Marilyn Rasmussen, Anita Maclsaac, Dick LyJ1S,
Janet Lusk, Priscilla Campbell, I ,
Row I. Jim Warren, JoAnn Reed, Gladys Wells, Gloria Nichas, JAVNCG l3G9l9Y-
Row 3 Pat Magnusson, Marylin Stamm, Chuck Adams, John Mankamayer, Marvin Hodgin.
Row 2 Dale Overdick, Joanne Rainville, Errka 'X-Xfaechter, Lucille McDaniel, Bob Getty, Mrs. Williams.
Row I Lois McGowan, Shirley Bowers, Miriam Morgan, Dalece Peterson, Jackie Kyle.
Planning for the '52 Duckling began in September, with subscription lists
finished in October,
Lois McGowan, editor, organized the staff and planned the annual She
was assisted by Shirley Bowers, copy editor, Jackie Kyle, art editor, Miriam
Morgan, photography editor, and Bob Getty, advertising editor. Dalece Peter-
son was in charge of subscriptions.
The advisor to the Duckling, Mrs. Williams, worked with the editor and statf.
The Duckling was lithographed by Bernclift Printers ot Portland. Photo-
graphs were taken by Kennell-Ellis of Eugene, and John Mankameyer, Chuck
Adams, and Marvin Hodgin from University l-ligh,
, Each year, the students
of Uni l-ligh elect the boy
and girl from the Senior
Class who are most typical
of our school. This selec-
tion is sponsored by' the
This year, Linda Muhr
and Ken Moriarity were
chosen for this honor.
Margie Wood, Marilyn Rasmussen, Kathleen Robinson, Jean Van0rdstrond,
Dorothy Ruse, Miss Lamb.
The Library Club includes those who check
out books and periodicals for the students
during study halls and after school, and as-
sist with various jobs in the library Miss
Lamb, their advisor, helped with Bulletin
board displays, which followed several inter-
esting themes, including one on football,
showing interesting books about this popular
A Folk Dance Club was organized for the
first time at Uni High this year, They rnet
twice each month on Thursday evenings and
sponsored a folk-dance night for the whole
school in October. lan Walker was chosen
as presidentg Chuck Wilcox, vice presidentg
and Priscilla Campbell, secretary-treasurer
Row 3. Jounita Lemke, Becky Triolo, Linda Muhr, Sally Plummer, Don Daughtry, Bob Getty, Jerry Bend-
Shadler Harriet Neilson Marita Newton
Row 2 Kathy Reilly Silver Sparks Bill Porter Steve Foulaer Mack Harwood B b Porter Rod Statzer
lan Walker Charles Blackburn L
Row I Angie Muhr Nancy Hill Lucill McDaniel Marylin Starnrn Tina Les h A no Maqlgaqq Dgrlgne
Cooper Marilyn Rasmussen Joan Reed Joanne Whitworth
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ow 4-Phul Newsom Allen Gubrud Dave Caudell Steve Foulger Ken Moruaruty Edgene Roberts Dale Ove-rduck Audue Eggleston
ow 3-Coa h Ray l-lendruckson Bull Nagler Gary Flomme Jum Alleman lverle Langley Ruch McLaren John Shaffner Olun Reud Bob
Pterce Rolly Freeman Gordon Dahlquust
ow 2 lgickue Booth Bull Wood Tom Suegmund Duane Root Don Mauer Bob Stansb rry Duck Booth Del Whutely Larry Paune Mark
ow I l-lale l-lohnsteun Mac Harwood Bob Constance Larry Flunt John Rolph John OConner Roger W Larsen Jerry Sheets
Team spurut and good playtrug were the reasons for
Unu l-lugh s successful season un football
These aualutues paud off un bug duvudends tor Coach
Ray l-lendruckson s team whuch won seven tued one and
lost one game Wuth that record the grud men won the
5 A 2 dustruct champuonshup The tue was wuth our cross
town ruvols the Eugene Axemen The loss was to Co
quulle un the State playoffs
As many state teams do the Tuders ran from a
straught T formotuon usung Ken Moruaruty and Al
Gubrud as quarterbacks Unu s team used thus forma
tuon to uts greatest advantage Operuung the season at
Cuvuc Staduum the Tuders made a good showung tn the
Jamboree ln the furst outung the team very handuly
downed Newport 55 D The next week they stepped over
St Francus 33 D From there they couldnt be stopped
The scores ran Dakrudge 27 6 Junctuon Cuty 45 O Wul
lamette 53 O and Cottage Grove l9 7 All of those
were league games except Newp rt and Cottage Grove
At that pount the Tuders had won the southern half
of the 5 A 2 dustruct Determuned to wun they beat
Stayton the northern half of 5 A 2 dustruct champs
l4 O In that game the power of Unu l-luah was ex
pressed agaun But due to fumbles ut took tull the fourth
quarter before Dale Overduck could power over for both
On November 9th Unu Hugh faced Eugene Hugh Eu
gene was bugaer but Unu was the scrappuer of the two
teams un the Mud Bowl The Axemen and the Tuders
battled back and forth durung the whole game brung
ung only two scorung threats -one by Eugene and one
by our team At the end of the game everybody was
shocked to fund the score O O The contest was supposed
to be a hugh scorung one wuth Eugene l-lugh on top Thus
was the furst tume un the hustory of the school that the
team went th uuah the regular season undefeated
The nunth and last game was wuth Coguulle un the
gtgtp pI0,0ffs lncudentally thus was the furst tume l.Jnu
has entered unto the state playoffs un the hustory of the
school After o hard fought game the coast team came
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man Ru h VrLaren D ve Caudell Jum Alleman John
Rolph Al Cubrud Ken Moruaruty l-lale l-lohnsteun Dale
Overduck Del Whuteley Olun Reud John Shaffner and
Duck Booth All regular players were named on the Dus
truct All Star ltst
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McLaren Bob Porter Jum Alleman Allan Cdbrud Gary Jackson Bob Puerce Jum Hute
Row 2 Larry Flunt Sam Anderson Mack Harwood Bob Cons ance Rolly Freeman Bull Nagler Ray
Cantwell Duck Booth Roy Skoglund Duck Lyons
Row! Chuck Wulcox Don Hrll John Shaffner Bruce Holt Dale Oyerduck John Walker Dennue
Koupal Del Whuteley Gordon Dahlquust
John Sl'1Gffr1GF Allan Gubrud George Schultz
The Golden U Unu Hugh lettermen s club carrued on many actuvutues and projects throughout
the year the buggest beung the Golden U F l Oth
h I orma ers vuere guardung the gates at games
e pung wuth noon hour actuyutues and usherung at assemblueg
Twuce durung the year the lettermens club had an unutuatuon un order to et all the l bl b
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' As The Autumn Ieoves were felling in October ond November, our Sophonwores
k ,X v were settling down 'ro the scheduie of closses ond octivities of Uni High
gy Chuck McCann vvos elected president of The Sophomore Cioss, Don Anowolr,
i g .S-iii I 5 vice-president, ond Jone Reilly, secretory-treosurer
fix", An ossernbly on November 30 wos the first octivity of the xcor sponsored by the
QF closs of '54, They sponsored 0 dance in the winter, ond enioyedlo picnic in the spring
Standing: Chuck Adams Anita Macl M I
, saac, ary in Stamm, Sally Maclsaac, Dick Lyons.
Seated: llgllarmm Newton, Priscilla Campbell, Bob Porter, Rick Pittman, Squire Bozorth, Richard Goheen
The student council representatives for the second semester were responsible tor planning of
student actwities for the last halt of the year. Student body otticers were members of the student
council throughout the year.
Student Council fSecond Semesterl
The Publicity Committee was in charge ot publishing information obout school activities keep
ing the bulletin boards up to date, and issuing the Tiders' Tattler at the beginning of the year
Chuck Wilcox was chairman ot the committee this year.
Janet Lusk, Rod Statzer, Dalece Peterson,
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Haie Hohnsteins main duty as student body woo-oresidont was To be chairman
of the Assembly Committee, The duties of the cornmimfe included scheduling and
planning assemblies throughout the- year, setting up chairs in the auditorium, and
cleaning up the stage at various times.
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Row 3. Ray Thorpe, John Schaffner, John Rolph, Gordon Dahlquist, Bruce
Holt, Bill Nagler, Dennie Koupal, Ken Moriority, Roger Larsen.
Row 2. Fred Cutter, Dave Caudell, Ray Cantwell, Chuck Chapman, Chuck
Wilcox, Rex Knight, Marvin Hodgin, Jim Puscas, Dick Chambers.
Row I. Marylin Stamm, Joyce Hammock, Dalece Peterson, Linda Muhr, Sally
Plummer, Priscilla Campbell, Lucille McDaniel, Angie Muhr, Donna
Brewer, Margie Wood,
The Speech Class, under the direction of Mrs, Rick-
ards, is conducted for those interested in gaining experi-
ence in public speaking.
Members of the class participated in several speech
contests, both in Eugene and in regional competition,
ln December, Lois McGowan won second place in the
HI Speak for Democracy" contest, held by the Eugene
Junior Chamber of Commerce.
Five members of the class presented a symposium on
Education over KERG and KRVM during Education Week,
and two radio plays were given by the class over KRVM,
ln February, representatives from the class entered the
annual Speech and Debate Tournament at Linfield College,
and in April they entered the State l-ligh School Speech
Une member of the class competed in the American Le-
gion Oratorical Contest, and several entered the Oregon
Speech League competition,
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Sally Bangs, Ken Moriarity, Donna Brewer, Bruce l-lolt, Joyce Ham
D w gadsden Suyc Sparks Astrud Hart Duane Manwarung Eruka Waechter
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All Unu l-lugh gurls are members ot Gurls League
The oftucers and cabunet members uncluded Kath
leen Reully presudent Sally Plummer vuce presu
dent Van Lou Peterson secretary Astrud Hart
treasurer Sulyer Sparks socual chaurman and two
representatuyes from each class
One of the maun events of each year was the
Doernbecher Tea on December 7 Dolls made by
each gurl were dusplayed at the tea and then sent
to Doernbecher l-losputal un Portland The Sopho
mores won the pruze for the best dusplay whuch was
entutled Santa s Workshop
Other actuvutues were a rummage sale un Novern
ber the Knave of Hearts Ball un February and
the teas guven un the sprung for gurls from other
junuor and Senuor hugh schools
Winners Sophomore Class
Junior Class Senior Class
Girls' League Couple
Kathy Reilly and Chuck Adams were chos-
en as Girls' League Couple for l952, They
ruled over Girls' League Day, which is held
annually at Uni l-ligh.
Kathy was president of Girls' League the
past year, and Chuck was Business Manager
and chairman of the Budget Council.
Knave of Hearts Ball
The annual "Knave of Hearts Ball,"
which is presented each year at Uni
High by the Girls' League, was ruled
this year by Allan Gubrud.
AI was escorted to the throne by Sil-
ver Sparks, and was proclaimed "Knave
of Hearts" and presented with a silver
Red streamers with couples names
attached, and cupids were the decora-
tions for the ball.
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Row 3-Dick Lyons, Tina Lesch, Sclly Bangs, Juanita Horner, Shirley Thessen, LOl0 Kunl
Row 2-Van Lau Peterson, Kathleen Robinson, Sally Plurnrner, Norrna Harner, Delores Cook, Norma Miller, Jaan Robertson
Row l-Jin' Warren, Linda Muhr, Miriam Morgan, Bill Porter, Dawn Kester.
The Paletteers is an organization giving those interested in art
an opportunity to further their abilities. The club's responsibilities
include making posters for school events, decorating tor school
dances, and placing decorations in the halls at Christmas,
The main proiect of the club was the sponsoring ot the annual
Barn Dance, and the Semi-Formal, which they gave with the Scarlet
Linda Muhr was club president, Sally Plummer was vice-president,
Van Lou Peterson, secretary, and Darline Gadsden, treasurer.
Row 2-Joanne Carlson, Gertrude Gamlen, Manta Newton, Ion W I' E th Dad Bob G iff h D l
c ieer, e ge, r et , ae Overdick, Sam
Anderson Steve Feu' er
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Row l-'Diane Young, Sally Bangs, Shirley Steward, laenifa Horner, Miss Russell, Mr, Odom.
"Uni Highlights," the University High paper, became a member
of the Oregon Scholastic Press this year.
Sally Bangs was this year's editor, and Mr. Odom was the ad-
visor. Members of the staff and the iournalism class discussed and
worked out the problems of the paper.
Other staff members were' Marita Newton, assistant editorg lan
Waller, business manager, Diane Young, feature cditorg Sam An-
derson and Dale Overdickg sports iiritersg Juanita Hefner, exchange
editorj Shirley Steward and Mary Piclqfhall Dreof readers' and
Chuck Adams and John Manlzamcucrf photography
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l-li-Y is organized lo uphold high standards of eharaeler, and lo pro-
mote service and Christian living Members oi l-li-Y attended various
churches as a group during the year.
The annual March of Dimes Assembly was sponsored bu Hi-Y and a
Mother and San Banauer was held at the Eugene l-lolel an Molhefs Day
This means officers werei Ken Meriarityl presiclenrg John Shalfner,
vice-president, Bruce Holt, secretary Bill Cage, treasurerg Alan Guhrud,
Y-Teens fs Sicnscred bu the Ycmg NXf:Ofen'5 Chwsfcf Assccisricm
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Rf.-, 3-QUT ': Ffzrwaj 5L71'IEy Steward, Jmfvffi Ccr1sOn
Rc.-.' 2-U as E5 st, D :ve Ycmg Eeiky Tncb, Dorothy XXXQHS,
Fc.-. I-L:"i ff: Ygrdfe XX'eerfs.M:m:r:e Mood, Dorothy Ruse.
Standing: Bruce l-lolt, Rod Statzer, Dennie Koupal.
Kneeling: Angie Muhr, Jaunita Lemke, Linda Munr, Gloria Nichols, Sally Plummer, Donna Brewer.
The Rally Squad led the Pep Club and the rest ot the student body in yells at football and bas-
ketball games. They worked out some new yells this year The boys led thc strenuous yells, and the
The purpose of Uni l-ligh's Pep Club is to encourage school spirit, team support,
and good sportsmanship,
Members of the club attended all school sports events, took tickets at home
games, presented a Pep Club Assembly tor the student body, and sponsored the
annual Football Banquet, The final protect ot the Pep Club was the presentation
of the May Court Ball.
Madge Barnes served as president ot the club for the past year. Marita Newton
was vice-president, Darlene Cooper was secretary, and Silver Sparks was treasurer
girls led the rest.
Row 3-Norma l-larner, Janice Beeley, Lou Ann Cowlan, Priscilla Campbell, Nancy Burkhart, Shirley Clements, Cecelia Cairns,
Beth Dodge, Delores Cook, Nancy Cross, Jessie Davidson, Joyce Hammock, Darlene Cooper, Mary Conway,
Row 2-Joyce Kier, Shirley Harrington, Alice Dormer, Juanita Horner, Lola Kunz, Astrid l-lart, Marion Cooper, Nancy l-lill,
Nadine l-larkins, Gerry Gandy, Eloyce Anderson, Gloria Bateman
Row l-Darline Gadsden, Joanne Brestel, Delores Cook, Emogene Giesvald, Madge Barnes Dawn Kester Sall Ban s M 'l
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competltors In dustruc 6 for the rught to enter the
stote tournoment Thcy hod o 12 6 record before
the distract ployoffs ond ofter the ployoffs they
hod o 15 6 record
The teom wos very even an scorung compored
with other teoms Al Gubrud led the Txd rs wlth
310 polnts an the 11 8 seoson 1-le wos ploced on
the Drstruct All Stor lust by unonumous vote
Followlng Gubrud wos George Schultz 194
Shoffner 181 Ken lvloruoruty 159 Bob Puerce 154
Dove Coudell 150 ond Del Whutely 91 pomts
Stortung the seo on off they dropped Gronts
Poss ond Medford 5u 51 ond 51 46 respectlvely
Qoosevelt of Portlond then beot them 55 50 In o
tourney between Wullomette ond Unl vs Roosevelt
ond Woshnngton of Portlond The next nlght Un:
knocked Woshungton 56 47
The regulor dlstruct ploy storted wlth o bong
loslng to Eugene ond Cottage Grove rrght off
Wrth one foot rn o hole they won three gomes an o
row then they slipped up In the Junctlon Cnty
gome The stondlng ot thot point wos 3 3 ln
State Tourney Bound
Beung the first trrp to the tournoment nn 12
yeors the boys were hoppy but concerned obout
wunnung When the teom squared off wzth Cor
vollts there wos tensron In the foces of Un: fons
lt soon went owoy becouse the boys beot Corvollns
hondlly The next night they lost to LoGronde
outtlng them In the brocket gorng for 4th ploce
After troppung Bend ond losung to MorshfLeld for
4th ploce they were ellmlnoted Thot put them
In 7th ploce
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Seated: John Rolph, Allen Gubrud, Bob Pterce, George Schultz, John Shaftner, Ken Monarity, Dove Coudell, Del Whtteley.
Standing: Don Anowalt, Clarence l-loulgren, Mtke Starling, Rtck Thocher, Merle Langley, Lomar Morttn, Keith Horris, Roy
Cantwell, Don Stegmund.
Seated: Roger D, Lorson, Don Szhmole, Mark Flemlng, Roger W. Lorsen, Roy Holland, Chuck McCann, Rtchard Goheen,
George Schultz-Center Anon Gubrud-Forward Ken Moriarity-Guard
Del Whitely-Guard John RolPh
Dove Caudell-Guard John Shoffner-Forward
Forward Bob Pierce-Forward
Standing Mass Lamb Roger W Larsen Mark
Flemmg Mr Hale
Seated Janet Armes
Wnnter serves as the medrum between tall and sprung and lnkewlse tl'teJunnors had stall another
year at Un: l-lzgh to look forward to
On November 9 an after game dance was sponsored by the Junuor Class and nn sprung they
put on the Junuor Senuor Prom and sponsored a Class plcnrc
Sandy McCready was president of the class and Mark Fleming took over as presrdent when
Sandy left at the end of the trrst semester Mass Lamb and Mr Hale were Co advisors Others
Included Roger W Larsen vrce presrdent and Janet Armes secretary treasurer
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Row 3-Chuck Chapman, Jack Barrd, Jerry Eendshadier, Duck Anderson, Shrrley Clements.
Rcvt Z-Gtana Bateman, Janet Armes, Mary Conway, Cecelta Carrns, Donna Brewer, Darlene Cooper
Row 1-Betty Bobrnette, Ronnte Anderson, Joy Eyerlee, Srurley Bowers, Margre Beard.
Row 4-Don Foster Marwn Hodgin, Steve Doty, Kertn Harris, Wayne Crandetl, Audre Eggleston
Row E-Darlzne Gadsden, Steve Fautger, Larry Ftrnt, Mark Ftemrng, Mack Harwood,
Raw 2-Gerr Gandy Snrriey Harrrnqton Nadrne Harkins Jayne Hammock Beth Dodge, Nancy Cross
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Rory I-R950 Copetan, Astnd Hart, Gertrude Garnten, Nancy HMI, Jesste Davidson.
Row 4 Wayne Bell BMI Porter Jerry Sheets Bob Prer e EL.,e1 Roe r 5
Row Don Schmole Make Sforimg Roy Skoglmd Joe Potters rw Jorrw Ofenncr
Row 2 oonne Whntworth Shurley Steward Joyce Procrew Barbara R hordson
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Back Row: Sally Maclsaac, Marita Newton, Mr, l-ladley, Anita Maclsaac.
Front Row: Bruce Holt, Dick Lyons, Janet Lusk, Merle Langle, Priscilla Campbell, Bob Porter,
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The International Relations League is a club for those interested in politics and world affairs,
Several members attended a state .l R, L. conference on the University of Oregon campus in
Officers of the club for the past year were: Bob Porter, president, Priscilla Campbell, vice-oresi-
dent, Janet Lusk, secretory, and Merle Langley, treasurer.
Quill and Scroll
Quill and Scroll is a national journalistic honor society, with members chosen
for outstanding work in the field of journalism. New members chosen this year from
Uni High were: SeniorsHLois McGowan, Miriam Morgan, Dale Overdick, Marita
Newton, Bob Gritfeth, Mary Pickthall, Jaunita Horner, Juniors-Shirley Bowers,
Jackie Kyle, Sam Anderson, Shirley Steward.
Row 3. Mr. Odom, Sam Anderson, Bob Getty, Dale Overdick, Jaunita l-larner, Lois McGowan, Mrs. Williams.
Row 2. Mary Pickthall, Sally Bangs, Dalece Peterson, Jackie Kyle, Shirley Bowers, Miriam Morgan.
This year was Uni l-ligh's second year of experience with a debate team.
They began their activities for the year by taking port in a debate tournament at Pacific Univer
sity in January, ln February, they entered the state tournament at Linfield College, and the Wiliam
ette University Tournament at Salem, The district debate meet was held in March, and the final
ists went to the annual state speech contest, which was held here in Eugene in April,
Jtm Warren, Rrck Prttman, Rex Knrght, Ion Walker, Beryl Barlow, Denny Koupal, Chuck Adams, John Walker, Dove
Kerley, Charles Blackburn, Jtm Anderson, Sally Plummer, JoAnn Reed
Mrs Rrckards, Vee Vcrrner, Rcnnte Anderson, Jounlta Harner, Lolo Kunz, Rod Stotzer, Erlka Woechter, Shrrley St Clalr,
Dn-.le Lee M,LJtnnts, Morton Cooper, Pat Potter, Altce Dgrmer
Darlene Cocper, Joyce Hammock, Dorltne Gadsden, Emogene Gresvold, Mary Conwdy, Nancy Burkhart, Beth Dodge,
Manta Newton, Bruce Holt, Dcnnd Brewer, Jone Reilly, DKBIWGYOUHQ,JO8Hl1E'XXfl'llTWOI'lh
Sully Moclsooc, Marrlyn Rasmussen, Kothy Rellly, Van Liu Peterson, pflSrlllO Campbell, Mdrg B d, Sl S k, A '
Muhr, Beth Rutherford, Jockte Kyle, Duck Lyons, Jean M llhollen Astrtd Hort, Anrto Maclsaac,
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Scarlet Masque rs the dranmfr clap of Una I-hgh Opportanrtues were
given for partrcrpatrng rn pa s fa thc studcnf body and garnrng experience
an behrnd the scenes rcspansrbrh rc connected wrth the presentatran of each
The presrdent of the dab was Manta Newton vrce presrdent Bruce Holt
secretarx Astnd Hart and trcasarcr Ronnrc Anderson Mrs Rrckards was
The mann plaxs amen daring Th ear werc Wrldcat Wrrire Canes The
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Eoch yeor o prom is given by the juniors in honor
the groduoting seniors, This donce wos held in April.
Severol members of the junior closs were chosen for
committee to moke necessory orrongements. Jooni
Whitworth wos Choirmon of the committee, ond The then
thot wos Chosen for the prom wos "April in Porisf'
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volleyball play day at Willam-
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and a swim meet in the spring.
Officers for the past year
were: president, Lois McGowan,
vice-president, Beth Dodge,
secretory-treasurer, D o r I i n e
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The baseball team has a tough season wlth bug schools to play. Eugene,
Sprlngheld, Cottage Grove, and Junctlon Cnty are the largest ot the
Wuth plenty of returnung veterans, they are expected to run very
hugh IO distract connpetttuon They play St. rrancus, Elrnlra, and Junctlon
Ctty for the dlstrlct charnolonshup.
Veteran letterrnen are Al Gubrud, a utuluty player, Ken Ivlorxanty,
putcher, and second baseman, Charles Xllfllcox, outfuelder, Ray Cantwell,
outttelder, Dave Coudell, pncher, and Bob Porter, outflelder. Some ol
the nevvcorners are Bob Constance, Jlnt Anderson, Jack l-lennen, Roger
Larson, and Jtrn Alleman.
Ed Klor, Dale Todd, Eugene Roberts, Beryl Barlow, Charles Thompson,
and lionnue Johnson are others
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Row 2. Rlcky Breunen, Mgr, Jan Gtlhousen, Doug Caudell, Chuck Thompson, Jtm Alleman, Jack Hennen
Ronnle Johnson, Bert Kerns, Coach
Row I. Beryl Barlow, Bob Constance, Roger Larsen, Chuck Wllcox, Ray Cantwell, Bob Porter Dave
Caudell, Al Gubrud.
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The Unuyersuty l-ligh track team has
a busy schedule tor the '52 season They
.uuull compete un the Xllfullomette Valley
Rcuays a meet wuth Roseburg and Eu-
gene the l-layvyard Relays another
rreet dustruct meet a dual meet wuth
Wullamet e and ut anyone aualutues
the state meet
As un the past the cundermen are
short on senuo s C the nune out only
sux are rcturnung letuermen They are
Cordon Dalnlauust Ru h McLaren Bruce
l-lolt Dale Dye duck Duck Lxons and
To become eluguble tor the state meet
one must place un th county meet and
be one ot the top two un the dustruct
meet Dave Fletcher was the last Unu
u-lugh track man to do thus I-le placed
second un l948 and thurd un l949 run
nung the 880
The returnung lettermen probably vvull
carry the load ot the events Duck
Booth Duck Lyons B uce l-lolt and Gor
:lon Dah aouust vyull run un the varuous
track eyerts Ruch McLaren and Dale
Oyerduck wull partucupate un the tueld
A ma,oruty ot meets wull be at Hay
Row 2 Duane Root Rex Knught Bra e Holt Roy Houland Steve Lesch Al Jones Dale Overduck Rchard
Goheen Chuck Blackburn Peter Buxbaum Guy Jacobs Don Knught Don Charles Mgr
Row I Duck Lyons Don Schmale John Mankamayer Merle Langle Ruch McLaren Keuth Horns Denny
Koupal Roy Skoglund Gordon Dohlquust Rod Statzer Romey Armes Bull Wood
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.lohn I-lale's young golfers are ex-
pected to be one of the best in the
state and the history of the school.
The team was not damaged by the pre-
vious year's graduation as many teams
were. The loss was none and the gain
was Don Anawalt, Dick Booth lsophl
and Earl Kendall. Don went to national
playoffs in North Carolina last year.
Last year's captain, George Schultz,
missed the All-Star Team by one stroke
The meets scheduled this year are
at Salem, Marshfield, Cottage Grove,
Corvallis, and Albany. There will also
be home meets with the above men-
tioned plus Eugene Springfield and
George Schultz Don Anawalt and
Bill Nagler are shooting in the 705
Don Hill Hale l-lohnstein Mike Starling
and Earl Kendall are in the low 805
George Schultz Mr Hale Hale Hchnstein
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Standing: Earl Kendall, Don Anawalt, Mike Starling, Don Hill Bill Nagler
Kneeling: Dick Booth, bevel Kerlyl A
Row 4. Jerry Allison, Harlan Peter, Romey Armes, Chuck
Wilcox, Jim Peterson, Dick Chambers, Bob Peterson, Steve
Doty, Marvin l-lodgin, Dale Fanning
Row 3. Kathy Reilly, Jaunita Lemke, Sally Plummer, Donna
Brewer, Lou Ann Cowlan, Jessie Davidson
Gloria Bateman, Priscilla Campbell, Eloyce An-
derson, Marlene McKean, Van Lou Peterson,
Nancy Cross .
Row 2. Mr Beechy, Barbara Richardson, Shirley
Clements, Janice Beeley, Shirley Spicer, Joanne
Qobertson, Alvera Reddig, Jeannie
VanOrdstrand, Shzrley Bowers,
Gladys Wells, Ronnie Anderson,
Roberta Bowers, Verdine Weems.
Row I. Gerry Gandy, Rose Cope-
lan, Betty lngold, Angie
Muhr, Jackie, Kyle, Mirdza
Linkaitis, Vee Varner, Ger-
trude Gamlen, Joy Byerley,
Mr. Morris Beachy was the di-
rector ot the University l-ligh
Choir this year Several student
teachers from the University ot
Oregon assisted him
ln November, the choir presen-
ted a Thanksgiving Assembly, and
at Christmas they gave the an-
nual Christmas program with the
Scarlet Masque and participated
in an all-city Christmas Concert
ln April, they presented an Easter
program for the student body, and
participated an a Negro Spiritual
Festival at MacArthur Court
They entered the state high
school music contest at Salem in
Bruce Ho t
As the sngvs af sp mg Carre gradually mia wew the Semor Class Ol
of ae elceed rw aaerslwp and example
e ser Q s C , D, lee mg
an Gahraa 1 of the Class Rall, Fre rrar was C ass resl
w darma the r As s mars th ,f 0 CT d Rncjhard McLaren
presldenr mme H wee presrawt ard Dalece Peterson secretary
treasar r Mr Hadley vxas llle semor Class advlsor
The class sponsored a fan malxt darmg tlms last year and presented
their fmal assemlnl, rr Jane before baccalaureate and commencement
Kelly '49, Paletteers l-2-3, Secretary 2, Scarlet MosGH9 If RGD Clllb
l-2, Student Body Councll l-3, Studt'-nt Bivflv 59ff9l-BW lt Ullls LCOQUG
Treasurer 2, Noon Hour Atttvtltt-s Ctrnrn 1, Tlrlttts and Operattons
Comm 2, Glrl of the Golden "U" Ptlbltt lly Ctgrnm 1, Soctal Comm
2-3, Budget Council 3, Chorr 3
Roosevelt '49, Student Body Pres ?, Class Vtce-Pres 2, Flnance Comm
Chm, 2 Honor Soclety 2-3, Paletteers 2-5, Debate 3, Scarlet Mast-JUS
2.3, EXQ-feuttve Board of state Asst- ct student cauttftls 2-2, student
Councll l-3, Duckllng Staff 2, Foetbzll l, Basketball l, Track l-2-3,
Budget Councll 3, Golden "U" l-2-3, IRL , 3,,Soclal,Ccmm 2-3, Noon
Hour Actlvttles Comm 2-3, Folk Dante Club 1, lfoYS 9019 2
Roosevelt '49 fb
Roosevelt '49, G A A, 2-3, Pep Club 2-3, Ambassadors 2-3, Duckllng Staff
3, Y-Teens 3, Folk Dance Club 3, Ltbrary Club 2, Ttckets and Opera-
.TIOHS Comm, 2-3,
Mlnerol County Hlgh School, Hawthorne, Nevada '50, Honor Soclety 2-3,
Peo Club 2, Ambassadors l-2-3, Vtce-Presldent 2, Program Chm 3, l
Ttckets and Operatlons Comm 2-3, Chrn 2, GAA 2-3, Presldent 3, l t
Scarlet Mosque 2, Llbrary Club 2, Duckltng Staff 3, Edltor 3, Chorr 2
Qulll and Scroll 3. '
Eugene Holt School '50, cltatt Pap Club 2-E, GAA ot, Gtrls sex.
tette 2, Tlckets and Operatlons Comet 3
Mount Vernon Unlon l-llgh School, Mt Vernon, ltllfash '53, Fcotboll 2-3,
Basketball 2-3, Track 2-3, Student Ct'ur'ctl 2, Ht-Y 4, Colden "U" 2-3,
Budget Councll 3, Honor Scclety 3, Class Prcs t '
','. 'lscn '49,
Eugene l-llgh School '50, Ambassadors ll-IL 4, Debate 3, Duckllng
Stoll 3, Photography Edltor 3, Budget Coun tl 3, Poletloers S, Secretary
3, Honor Soclety 3,Glrls Sextette 2, Assembly Comm 3, Cholr 2, Qulll
and Scroll 3.
Kelly '49, Class Vlce-Pres l, Student Body Vtce-Pres 2 Hi-Y 2-3,
Presldent 3, Football I-2-3, Basketball l-2-3, Baseball l-2'-5, Mt um
Hlgh, Student Ccuncll l-2-S, Ptlblrfdy C2f"""'S 2, Assembly CQVYVYX 2,
Golden "U" l-2-3, Budget Cctntttl i
,,,,c,:.,, ,, Marion Morris
Kelly '49, Golden "U" Football l 2, Efsslfball E-Q, :asp-tiall 2
,' Linda Muhr
Kelly '49,,Paletteers 2-3, Prcsldent 3, Budget C-Lufnctl 3, Folk Dance
Club 3, soetal comm 2-5, lltl Mu- ut. l-.Qt -, bsfutttg start 2,
5, GAA l-2, Rally Squad 2-3, Pep Club l-2-,p
XL Wesley Nelson
? ly Roseburg Hlgh Srbaol, RlfSCllJtlVQ, Ort' , ,
, ty' Marita Newton
tl" Roosevelt '49, Scarlet Masque l-2-3, Serretcry 2, Presldent 3, Glrlg'
P League Coblnet 2, Paletteers 2-4, l R le Folk Dance Club 3, GAA
l-2, Rep Club 2-3, Vlce-Pres l, Slllflfull Cornell 3, Asslstant Edltor of
H1-Llghts 3, "SprlnQ Fever" 2, lit. Vtncg 2, PML' i ty Cimm 1, Budget
Counctl 3, Qulll ond Scroll if
Rc-:sevelt '49, Golden 'U' I S-51 ala 2 SlLld'L'SA Cilfltl lf,
Dufkllosl Staff 3, SDCr's Edlhr - lf'--'la' 1-2 3 Tre'-r l-2-1, Scflol
Qgrv-no 3, Urtl Ht-L:Qnts ', Spark fi A iid STC
Merrill Lee Parrott
Sprlngfteld Htgh School, Sprtftgfcld, Cr, -, Pep Cao
"' 9 1
Harlon Peter b
27 Kelly '49, Chou' l-2-3
Rocsetelt '49, Chotr 2-
Newport High School, Newport, Ore '49, Pep Club l-2, Librory Club l,
Scorlet Masque 2, Handbook Comm, 2, Choir l-3, Quill ond Scroll 2-3,
Publicity Comm. 2-3, Moy Court l, Senior Class Secretary 3, Duckling
Staff 3 Subscription Manager 3, Hi-Lights 2, Student Council 2
Van Lou Peterson
Rcgggvelr '49, Scarlet Mosque l-2-Q Arrl-ssszdors l-2, Palerreers 2-3,
Secrerary 1, IRL l-2, Pep Club l 2--i, Se retry 2, Choir l-2-3, Tickers
or-d Coerorions Cyrrrr fl '-AA l A A ". '--3 Chfr F, Y:-rls' League
Foresr Grove Union lluli S ii,-ul, Foes' ,ve Ore "lu l'l'Y 23,
S-e:r'c-' M.sczue -, Fnmfbf' .', lli l, - S :1 ri. lm-.. Q Studerll
Krcsr-we ' -lil, -AA l 2, l:-'ll full ' .2 ' l':-L--'v' 7, lvlll SQU3-l 2,
P311-'-1-55 l Q ly- Q--Pr-5, -, mins lvclfjwz' Yi:-3rc-s 5 IRL 2-5,
5 :r-1' Nl.isc1i.e QV l, L'-rls' l.eauiiv Cxifm-f A May Ccurkr 2, Hi-Lights
Slqfl jp bu lr 'lil Jfill 2, Sui al C-mm 2, F ' lla' C Qll-U 1
Mglse-1:-e High SCFlO3l fp, llfl ' l-res - Fel-C Lane Club 1, llc-Y
4, inzzlden "U 2-f Bash-'hull 2 - :..-L 3 ff Sud-.-ri' Ccuniil Q'
Corvolls lnign S,n,ol 'Aw Fygtlgall ' lr E ..rlt-' lvlasuuf- 2,
AS5Q'T'D'y COTVY' 2, bolder U' 2
Rocsevelt '47, Foolball 2-4, Colden "U '
Berlin Jr l-ligh Sihcol, Berlin, NH '-li, S urler Nlascue 2-5, Pep Club
l-2-g, GAA l-2, IRL l-2, Cifrls' League Seirerory 2, President E,
budge! Council f, Folk Danfe Club - Ass-Q-'r'7'. Comm 2, Llafdbonlf
Cornrr 4 Cncir Z-g, Hone' Si lex Q
Herma Kathleen Robinson
Red Bluff Union High Schoo', Red Bluff, Co if '-99, Y-Teens 2-3, Pub-
licity Chm 3, Ambassadors 5, Ambossodcrs Ccurfcil 3, Pep Club l-2-3,
GAA 2-3, Tickets ond Ooerorrons Cumrr' 2-3, Dalelfeers 2-3
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John Rolph' U-.1 1-i , 1
Kelly '49, Golden "Ll" 23, lil Y Q- -, Fein, 2 tes-e'loll
Dorothy Ruse . ,N
Kelly '49, Duckling 2, GAA 1, L.b-sry cus 3 w'-TMS fr all
Beth Rutherford '
Wilson '49, Pep Club l-2-3, Closs Secretory l, Assembly Comm l, , l , tv- X
Ecarler Mosque l-2-3, Rally Squod 2, Q--rls Le-Ligue Cabinet 4, Sociol i 5 lfgigf -,,'
Roosevelt '49, lRL 2, Choir w, Ro li, Sound 2, Ccss Secretory 2, Girls'
Leogue Cobinef l, GAA l-2, Sarle' Mssuue l-Q, liaierreers 2, Pep
Pocsevel + '49
George Schultz Q
Cleveland High School, Searrle, vtosl' '-43, lninir Sq ery 2-J, Segrelory
i, Golden "U" l-2-3, Treasurer l:1sPe'iaV --1 golf l-2-J
Kelly '49, Honor
Society 2-1, Vice-Pres , H-Y 2-1 Vige Pres 3
Roosevelt '49, Ambassadors l, Eisseoad l-
Foeibeii 2-1, ewefisall 1.2--i, Tre-1 lf- f, fu 1.3.2 vue!
Eugene Hugh School Sl Pep Cob l me la e Cltclr
Roosevelt 49 C AA Durkl ng S alt FOK DOH e
Club 5 Ambassadors 2 3 Club Co ml
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Coast to Coast Stores
Hardware. Car Accessories
Everythmq for the Farm, Home, Automobde
73 W. Broadway Phone 4 1261
Northuest s Largest Credzt ,leuelers
885 Wlllalllette PHONE 44201
Draperncs Upholstery Floor Covermgs
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HOME DECORATURS Squire Boxorth Donna Brewer ond Benny Wheelon emoy ng
73 E Broadway Phone 4 5312 rest O Check Stand
Your Fr endly BIG Y MARKET w shes success
to the Students of Umvers ry Hugh
Smart Apparel for Women
CLOTHES YOU LOVE TO WEAR
The Class 0 S2
PRED LUTTER and RICK PITTMAN I k e
wide variety of hlrl
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1769 Franklm Blvd lVz mules South on Hlway 99
Mn Nino Brush showmg Jeannie Mrllhollen and Menon Cooper
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Your headquarters for
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1241 Oak St Phone 4 6279
KEEP WARM and HAPPY
Phone 4 1211
997 Oak St
Wood Sawdust Hogged Fuel Coal
Kmg and Royal 011 Standard Fuel Bu er
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University Barber Shop
1239 Alder Euqene
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Home ofthe Famous Wht g A a d Sweat r
770 Wluamette St Dlal 4 9325
Nu Way Cleaners
For Better Appearance
200 River Road Phone 4 7311
P L FAHNLANDER AUDREY WEAKLY
The Sugar Plum Shop
Home Made Candy Fresh Dazly
Fountain BURGERS 'A' LIGHT LUNCHES 'A' SANDWICHES
BOOKS i' MAGAZINES 'A' NEWSPAPERS 'A' COMICS
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13th and Hllyard Phone 5 8356
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Fresh Vegetable Julces
Cereals and F lours Ground Danly
Salt Free Dlabetlc Allergy Foods
HEALTH FOOD CENTER
787 OLIVE ST
821 E 13th 'A' Phone 5-6321
By the Campus
CLEANING -- PRESSING -- ALTERATIONS
The Studio Building 13th and Willamette
Madge Barnes Lmda Muhr Rod Statzer and Chuck Adams
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4 3273 Eugene Oregor
Hutch's Bicycle Store
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rn Eugene 27 years
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MAXINE and VINCE FARINA
193 E Broadway Flowerfone 4 6244
Your Headquarters or
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Valley Statlonery Co
76 West Broadway
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PHONE 4 824, 7TH AND WILLAMETTE
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large select on of sweoters
FOR 25 YEARS AT 30 E BROADWAY
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For Girls and Boys
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SINGER SEWING CENTER
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1032 WILLAMETTE 1k PHONE 5 8421
CLUIHESWQMEN E BUYS
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The Place to Meet Your
F rrends for a Soda
801 E 13th PHONE 5 9346
Everythmg Ln Hardware
Rzver Road Hardware
675 Rwer Road. Eugene
Plumbmq 'k Sportmq Goods
Pcunts 'A' Apphcmces 'A' Garden Supplies
Eugene Beauty College
162 Wear E1ghth
Donna Brewer as shown pmmng a beautiful corsoge
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For Beauuful Flowers
995 West 7th Phone 4 8411
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Phone 5 3353 771 Wxllcxmetie
Fresh Dazly Bakery Goods
MADE WITH HIGHEST QUALITY INGREDIENTS
Rollmg Pm Bakery
Three Bokerres to serve you
Rnver Road 9 Sprmgfneld 9 Bug Y Market
CONGRATULATIONS to the CLASS of 52
The Appliance Center
70 W 10th
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