Stanfield High School - Tiger Yearbook (Stanfield, OR)
- Class of 1957
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Mr. Robert Van Houte, the 1957 Tiger is
yours. Yours, because you have so faithfully
dedicated your past seven years of time, energy,
and experience to make our school what it is
today.. In our future, we know that the guidance
and understanding we have received from you will
serve as a beacon light.
We extend to you our gratitude and wishes
for the best in life, and our "Thanks".
U. S. History
Olive Wowds a'0
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FRESHM N YEAR
The senior class of 1957 entered Stanfield High School
with 50 members.
Our class officers were:
President ----- Thelma Diggins
Vice-president - - -Helen Rachor
Secretary-Treasurer-Lola Jean Harris
Our advisors were Mr. Raynalds and Mr. Lund.
Lola Jean Harris was our candidate for Carnival Queen and
Pat Walchli was her escort. Student council representatives
were Batti Poffenbarger and Daryl Corey.
We started this year with only 28 members.
Our class officers were:
President ------ like Espinola
Vice-president ---- Gail Stewart
Secretary ------ Joyce Hastings
Treasurer ------ Dennis Franks
Student council representatives were Lola Harris and
Ben Houk. Sharon Grogan was secretary of the Student Body.
Our Advisors were Mrs. Cleveland and Mr. Hansen.
We entered school in the fall of 1955 with 55 members.
The class officers were :
President ------ Ben Houk
Vice-president - - - John Buseick
Secretary ------ John Graham
Treasurer ------ Carol Gifford
Sharon Grogan was treasurer of the Student Body, and our
student council representatives were Arlene Lewis and Mike
Espinola. The advosors were M. Haun and Mrs. Pugh. Arlene
Lewis was our Carnival Queen candidate and John Buseick was
her escort. Sharon Grogan was Spring Festival Queen. The
class sponsored a Junior-Senior Prom and a Junior-Senior
banquet. The theme of the prom was nCherry Pink and Apple
We, the mighty seniors, began our last year in high school with 30 members.
The class officers were:
President ------- Lauren Potts
Vice-president ----- Pat Walchli
Secretary ------- Joanne Otis
Treasurer ------- Daryl Corey
Mike Espinola was Student Body President and Patti
Poffenbarger was Secretary. The student council repro--
sentatives from our class were Sharon Grogan and Ben
Houk. Sharon Grogan was one of the Oregon delegates
to the National Student Council Convention in Cleveland,
Ohio. Our advosors were Mrs. Sanders and Mr. Van Houte.
The class was honored with many royalties, with the
girls getting their share of Girl of the Month. Butch
Corey was crowned 'King Wintern at the Girls' League Dance,
Arlene Lewis was chosen Homecoming Queen by the football boys,
while Patti Poffenbarger and Lauren Potts were crowned King and
Queen of the Cupid Hop. Three senior boys were chosen for the
Cayuse All Conference football team: Butch Corey, Ben Houk,
and Pat Walchll.
LAUREN Pofrfrs X PAT WALCHL1
Class Vice Pres. 4
Class President 4 Letter 1 2 3 4
man n n 1
Cupid Hop King 4
Baseball l 3 4 Carnival Court 1
Fggtball 4' ' King Winter Court 2
Band 1,2,3,4 JOANNE OTIS Tiger Add. Manager 4
Pgp Band 2,5,4 Football 1,2,5,4
Director 5 Drum Mojor l Basketball 2,5,4
Thegpigng 2,3,4 Head Majorette 2,5,4 Captain 4
Student Body Play King Winter Escort 5 Baseball 4
Cheer Leader 4
Class Secretary 4
G.A.A. Executive Council 4
1 F.'r.A. 5,4
Pep Club l,2,5,4
Girls League l,2,5,4
Volleyball Manager 5
Annual Staff 4
SHARON GROGAN Butch Corey
Band l,2,5,4 T Football 2,5,4
Pep Club l,2,5 Pres. 4 Basketball 4
Girls League l,2,5,4 eq ,P Baseball 1,2,5,4
Student Body Sec..2 x All Conference Football
Student Body Trea. 5 BEN HOUK Team
Student Council 4 Student Council l
Student Body Play 2,5 Football 1,2,5,4 Letterman's Club
Thespians 2,5,4 Basketball 2,5,4 Pres. 2
F. T. A. 5, Trea. 4 Manager l Thespians 5,4
Cupid Hop Princess 1 F.F.A. l,2,5,4 Journalism 5,4
Pep Band 2,5, Director 4 Baseball l,2,5,4 King Winter 4
Eastern Oregon Honor Band 5 Letterman's Club Class treasurer 4
Volleyball l,2,5,4 Thespians 2,5,4 Football Co-Captain
Girl of the Month 4 Student Body Play 1,2
Homecoming Princess 5 Class President 5
Queen, The Queens Ball 2 Student Council 2,4
Spring Festival Queen 5 Band 2,5,4
All Northwest Band 4 All Conference Football Team 4
Student Council 3
Glrls League 1,2,3,M,
Tiger Bus. Manager M
Girl of the month M
Student Body Play 3
Student Body President M Cheerleader M
Class President 1,2 Band 1,2,3,M
F.F.A. Officer 1,2,3,M
Pep Club l,2,3,M
Student Council 3 Girls League l,2,3,M
Klng Winter Court 3
Pep Band 2,3,M
Audio Visual Aids 1,2
Student Council 1
Student Body Secretary M
Student Body Play 2,3
Cupid Hop Princess 2
Cupid Hop Queen M
Pep Band 2,3,U -P Pep Band 2,3
Pep Club 1,2,3,M W Chorus 3
Homecoming Queen M J Sextet M
Carnival Princess 3 , M Eastern Oregon Honor Band 3
Eastern Oregon Honor Band 3 ' sf Music Festival Soloist l,2,3
G.A.A. M Bengal Staff M
Bengal Staff M
Pep Band 2,3,M
Class Treasurer 3
F.T.A. President 3,M
Girls Leaugue 1,2,3,M
Candidate, Umatilla Fair
Highest Corn Yield
Per Acre In State, M
MARTHA MORGAN RAYMOND CHRISMAN
Girl of the Month 5
Girls League 1,2,3,4
Pep Club l,2,5,4
Add. Manager., Bengal 4
Tiger Staff 4
G. A. A. 4
LOLA JEAN HARRIS
Homecoming Princess 2
Pep Club 1,2,a,4
Girls League l,2,
Asst. Edo 5
DENNIS NEEDLES BEVERLY POLLICK JOHN GRAHAM
Madras 1,2 Pep Club 2,3,4 Football l,2,3,4
F.F.A. Secretary 4 Girls League 2,3,4 Letterman's Club
Baseball Manager 5 F.T.A., Sec. Trea. 5 Christmas Play 5
Fbotball Manager 4 Thespian 5,4 Class Secretary 3
St. Council Reporter 4
St. Body Play 3
Bengal Bus. Manager 4
Student Body Treasurer 4
MARILYN HURD ALBERT SEIBEL JOYCE HASTINGS
Chorus 3 Football 1,2,5,4 Glass Secretary 2
Journalism 4 Basketball l,2,3,4 Volleyball 2
Pe Club l 2 3 4 Baseball l,2,5,4 King Winter Escort 2
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Girls League 1,2,3,4 F.F.A. 1,2,5,4 Band 2,:s,4
Treasurer 4 gg ,- Pep Band 2,5,4
Letterman's Club f ' Pep Club l,2,3,4
QW' , jf Girls League l,2,5,4
f O' Y V Pep Club Vice Pres. 4
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Baseball 2 Pep Club l,2,5,4
Band l,2,3 Girls League l,2,3,4
Pep Band 2,5 Cupid Hop Princess 3
Letterman's Club Carnival Princess 4
Girl of the Month 3
Bengal Editor 4
F.F.A. 2,3 Volleyball A
Second Place For Soil Basketball M
Conservation Speech 2,3 G.A.A. M
Student Body Play 3 Girls League 1,2,3,h
Pep Club l,2,3,h
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Third row, left to right, Tim Carr, Normie Evans, John
Houk, Walt Wolfe, Chuck Grogan, John Gordon, Paul Forrey.
Second rowg Charles Lacey, Tow Stsmate, Zora lore, -Tear:
Gifford, Naomi Billings, Callie Eeise, Audrey Seibel.
Front rowg Ken Pollick, Beverly Sutton, Lois Stewart,
Lennas Wyllie, Naomi Bloom.
President Walt Wolfe f
Vioo President Nomie Evans 'gi , GK! !
Secretary-Treasurer Callie Heine "
student Council John noun Qi
Naomi B111 ings
Third row, left to right, Ben Schatz, Bev Woods,
Bert Graham, Sharon Davison, Carl Banker, Roberta
Second rowg Darlene Hastings, David Brown, Pat
Corey, Gary Abel, Carol Pratt, Jeanette Pearce.
Front row, Ira McCauley, Wanda Sutton, Larry Platt
Judy MoKague, Claude Otis, Charlotte Gilkey.
President wXE5lifj I fff Bert Graham
Treasurer 'Q?ig!wACi:?6?1g??' Wanda Sutton
vice President PEZ! ,ffff " David Brown
Secreta M , Roberta Poffenbarger
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Student Council Judy McKague
Fourth Row, left to right, Carole Martin, Ruth Billings,
Bob Crow, Mel Rachor, John Stamate.
Third Row, Vicki Cooper, Ann Potts, Norene Voss, Mike
Grogan, Ray Cox, Betty Walchli.
Second Row, Donna Forrey, Della Green, Harriet Baker,
Pat Brown, Mary Crow, Emma Lacy, Joanne Davison.
First Rowg Patty Jo Tartar, Andrew Kangas, Phyllis Bur
nett, Janet Otis, Mike Brown Sandra Snyder, Kay Apple-
gate, Sharon Gaymon, Jim Wyllie.
'President Pat Brown
Vice President Jim Wyllie
'-as Secretary Treasurer Ann Potts
" Student Council Vicki Cooper
Q7 "sr'?"' Representatives Mike Brown
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Standing left to right, Ben Houk, Patti Poffenbarger,
Beverly ffollick, Mike Espinola.
Seated left to right, Judy McKague, Vicki Cooper,
Naomi fillings Walt Wolfe, John Houk, Sharon Grogan,
Carl Banker, Mike Brown.
lst couple, Mike Grogqa,and Pat Brown
freshman candidates. 2nd couple,Judy
McKague and Gary Abel, sophomore can-
didates. 3rd couple Caroline Davison
and John Graham, senior candidates.
Top couple Queen Audrey Seibel and her
escort Walt Wolfe, junior candidates.
The Carnival was on November 3, 1956.
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Queen Arlene Lewis was crowned
at the halftime of the Umatilla
Stanfield Football game on Nov-
ember lO. She was the senior
candidate. Her court was, Naomi
Billings, junior candidate3Judy
hcKague, sophomore candidate,
and Donna Forrey, freshman can-
didate. The girls were chosen
by the football team.
KING WINTER'S COURT
King Winter ras crowned at the
Girls League Christmas Dance.
Standing left to right are: Paul
Forrey, junior oandidateg Carl
Banker,sophomore candidate, King
Butch Corey, senior candidateg
Jim Bergen, freshman candidate.
CUPID HOP COURT
Senior candidates Lauren Potts
and Patti Poffenbarger were
crowned King and Queen of the
Cupid Hop at the half-time of
the Boardman-Stanfield basket-
ball game on February 16. The
court was as follows from left
to rightg King Lauren and Queen
Pattig Tom Stamate and Naomi
Billings, juniorsg Claude Otis
and Joyce Smith, sophomoresg and
Ray Cox and Norene Voss, fresh-
men. The Cupid Hop Dance was
after the game.
Lola Jean Harris, Zora Fore, Arlene Lewis. gtanding from left:
Marilyn Hurd, Carolyn Davison, Jerry Bowman, Martha Morgan,
Joanne Otis Carl Banker, Butch Corey, Pat Walchli, Normie
Lola Jean Harris, Editor
Lannas Wylie, Asst. Ednmr
Sitting from 1eft:: Bob Male, Lennas Wyllie Beverly Pollick
Left to Right
Beverly Pollick, Business Manager
Patti Poffenbarger Circulation man
Carolyn Davison Eaitor
Martha Morgan, Advertising Manager
In January tne concert band joined the Umatilla High School
band to present two concerts, one in Stanfield and one in Uma-
tilla besides presenting the annual spring concert in March.
In April the band took part in the Eastern OreB0H music Festival
Audrey S., Terry B., Janet O., Joanne O.
Shar0H Grogan Paul Fbrrey
Sharon Grogan, senior band student, was chosen from band stu-
dents of seven states to play bass clarinet in the All-Northwest
Band at the National Conference of Music Educators, Nortnwest
Division, at Boise, Idaho, in April. Paul Fbrrey, junior, was
chosen to play in the All-State Honor Band in Portland at the
Oregon Education Association Convention in March. Paul plays a
The band started the year
by winning the trophy for the
on a triumphant note in August
outstanding "B" class band at
the East-West Shrine game in Pendleton. Other activities in
hich the marching band participated were the Umatilla County
Fair Parade, the Dress-Up and Round-Up parades, the East-West
Shrine game at Walla Walla, The Milton-Freewater Pea Fha va ,
and All-States Day at Prosser, Washington.
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The Pep Band, directed by Sharon Grogan, had a busy year.
Besides playing for all home football and basketball games,
they played at all out-of-town games.
Back Row: Lois Stewart, Carol Pratt, Jeanette Pearce,
Jean Gifford, Sharon Davison, Patsy Ellenberger, Naomi
Billings, Audery Seibel. Front Row: Naomi Bloom, Carolyn
Davison Lola Harris, Martha Morgan, Sharon Gerber,
Joanne btis, Wanda Sutton, Charlotte Gilkey
Patti Poffenbarger, 11018 Harris
Callie Heise, Naomi Billings, Lois
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Front row: Sharon Grogan, Beverly Pollick, Martha Morgan,
Back row: Arlene Lewis, Carol Gifford, Jean Gifford, Callie
He ise, Patti Poffenbarger.
'Ihe purpose of the Future Teachers of America club is to
give students a background of the teaching field. It
also encourages students to become teachers.
Front row: Paul Forrey, Daryl Corey, Ben Houk, Albert Seibel,
Norm Evans, Callie Heise
Back row: Lauren Potts, Arlene Lewis, Patti Poffenbarger
Audrey Seibel, Sharon Grogan, Beverly Pollick, Lola Jean arris
Troupe 41M78 of the National Thespian Society was or
ganized in l95N. The purpose of the group is to encourage
participation in the dramatic arts.
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Back row: Verl Pratt, Dennis Needles, Ben
Houk, Larry Stillings, Mike Espinola,
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Front row. Mike Grogan er e e ,
Charles Grogan, Walt Woife, and advisor,
Front Row: Dave Brown, Gary Able, Mike
Espinola, Paul Forrey, Ben Houk, Butch
Second Row: Norm Evans, Tom Stamate,
John Houk, Carl Banker, Jerry Bowman,
Clark Dallman,Denn1s Needleq Pat Whbhli,
Third Row: Walt Wolfe,Bert Graham, Sonny
Seibel, Ray Chrisman, John Graham, Chuck
President Pat Walchli
Vice President Ben Houk
Secretary Treasure Walt Wolfe
Advisor Mr. Haun
The Lettermens Club adopted a new
constitution at the beginning of the year.
The boys had supervision over the gym
during basketball season. In the spring
of the year they held a, "Levi Dance."
FRONT ROW, Lennas Wyllie, Lois Stewart, Naomi Billings, Beverly
Woods, Roberta Poffenbarger, Charlotte Gilkey, Sue martin,
Harriet Baker, Joyce Hastings, Arlene Lewis, Vicki Cooper, and
SECOND ROW: Mary Grow, Ann Potts, Naomi Bloom, Martha Morgan,
Joanne Otis, Noreen Voss. Pat Brown, Phyllis Burnett, Patti
Poffenbarger, Judy McKague, and Petty Corey.
THIRD ROW: Pat Ellenberger, Marilyn Hurd, Carolyn Davison,
Sharon Davison, Jeannette Pearce, Carol Pratt, Jeanne Gifford,
Audrey Seibel, Callie Heise, and Darlene Hastings.
FOURTH ROW: Della Croen, Sandy Snyder, Patty Tartar, Sharon
gayT:ni Emma Ea3i,fKag Applegate, Lola Jean Harris, Beverly
o c Caro f or and haron Grogan.
mm RDW: Betty wannii, Joan Davison, and Janet one
FIRST ROW: Secretary, Bev Sutton, Vice President, Lois Stewart,
and Advisor, Mrs. Baker.
SECOND ROM, Treasurer, Naomi Billings, Historian, Martha Morgan,,
and President, Arlene Lewis.
FIRST ROW: Bobbi Poffenbarger, Sharon Grogan,p
Patti Poffenbarger, Joanne Otis, Callie Heise,
Joyce Hastings, and Martha Morgan.
SECOND ROW: Bev Sutton, Naomi Billings, Vicki
Cooper, Pat Brown, Janet Otis, Arlene Lewis,
Donna Forrey, Darlene Hastings, Joyce Smith,
and Pat Ellenbarger.
THIRD ROW: Sandy Synder, Judy MoKague',, Beverly
Woods, Beverly Polliok, Sharon Gerber, Charlotte
Gilkey, Naomi Bloom, Patty Tarter, and Wanda
FOURTH ROW: Sharon Davison, Carol Pratt, Marilyn
Hurd, Delores Smmth, Della Green, Betty Walchli,
and Jeannette Pearce.
FIFTH ROW: Sue Martin, Audrey Seibel, Patty
Corey, Emma lacy, Harriet Baker, Ruth Billings,
and Ann Potts.
PEP CLUB HISTORY 1956-57
At the first of the year we elected Pep Club
Officers. They are: President, Sharon Grogan,
Vice President, Joyce Hastings, Secretary, Martha
Morgan, and Treasurer, Bobbi Poffenbarger. Our
advisor is Mrs. Talus.
The Pep Club gave the team good support this
year, and they accompanied the football team to
the State Football Game at Corvallis. The Pep
Club gave the annual Cupid Hop in which the
Queen and King were crowned by the President
of the Pep Club.
Organized this year was the Girls' Athletic
Association with the purpose of promoting
athletics for the girls and of getting the
awards under a better system
Left to right:
Secretary- Judy McKague
President- Roberta Poffenbarger
Treasurer- Ann Potts
Vice President- Zora Fore
Sgt. at Arms- Joanne Otis
An activity a month was participated in by
the members, and these activities included:
Camping trip to Pilot Rock October
Skating at Pendleton Rink November
Bowling at Ordnance December
Box Social with F.F.A. February
Variety show March
May Day May
Advisor for the association was Mrs. Donna
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1957 B-7 TOURNAM NT
FIGHT! TEAM! FIGHT!
S T A T E FOOTBALL CHAMPIONS
Back Row: Norman Evans, John Gordon, Bert Graham, Albert
Seibel, John Graham, Carl Banker, Charles Grogan, Second Row
Bob Florence, Tom Stamate, Paul Forrey, Pat Walchli, John Houk,
Raymond Chrisman, Front Row: Lauren Potts, Mike Espinola,
Daryl Corey, Ben Houk, Mike Grogan.
The Stanfield Tigers coached by Franz Haun, came through
the 1956 season undefeated. Their first major victory was the
winning of the District 7-B and Cayuse Conference Championship
They defeated Wallowa 13-7 to win the semi-finals On a cold
and foggy field at Corvallis December 2, the Tigers played to
a tie with Monroe to become Oregon State Class B Football Co
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Front row: Joey Cunha, David Brown, Gary Abel, Larry
Platt, Claude Otis.
Back row: Mike Grogan, Tim Carr, Charles Grogan, Carl
Banker, Bert Graham, Ben Schatz.
Front row: John Houk, Pat Walchli, Albert Seibel, Butch Corey,
Back row? Charles Lacy, John Gordon, Walt Wolfe, Raymond Chrisman
Norm Evans, Manager, like Brown.
Stsnfie1d's average points per game 65.8 Opponents average points per game 48 B
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Left to right: Bobbie ?ofPenbarger, Anne Notts, Vickie
Cooper, Wanda Sutton, Donna Forrey, Patti Corey, Norene
Too Row: Kay Applegate, Joan Davison,
Charlotte Gilkey, Mary Lou Crow Zora
lenberger Bottom Row: Harriet faker,
Mckague, feverly Woods, Delores Smith
Patti Jo Tarter,
Fore, Uatsy E1-
Jovce Smith, Judy
, Carol Sue Martin
Left to Right: Beverly Sutton, Carol Martin, Audrey
Seibel, Callie Heise, Arlene Lewis, Sharon Grogan,
Naomi Billings, Bobbi Poffenbarger, Ann Potts, Donna
Front Row: Delores Smith, Norene Voss, Judy McKague,
Rev Woods, Bobbi Poffenbarger, Vicki Cooper, Joyce
Smith, Wanda Sutton, Darlene Hastings, Audrey Seibel,
Ruth Billings, Patty Corey, Pat Ellenbarger, Joan
Davison, Kay Applegate
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