WLHS Photos - 1941
WLHS Photos - 1941
1941 Amplifier Staff
The Amplifier, a semi-monthly publication published by the journalism class, has
enjoyed a very successful year. Editor Doris Zimmerman and Manager Marjorie
Hurias have performed their duties very efficiently.
Front Row: Kenneth Lingenfelder, Bob Baker, Gerald Phillips, Jerry Larue,
Lois Butler, Doris Zimmerman, Glenn Campbell.
Second Row: Earl Merkle, Mary Rudy, Virginia Anderson, Hank Quade,
Barbara Finch, Chick Elliott, Mr. Howard.
The West Linn High School music department has again proved itself an outstanding
organization. At the District Contest in Newburg, the Band was given a superior rating,
also at the Regional Contest held in Tacoma. Brass Choirs and Reed Choirs have been
organized from the Band and are very popular.
Front Row: Darrel Thompson, Bernard Marx, Robert Smith, Shirley Crosby,
Kenneth Oldenstat, Clayton Baker, Jane Aden, Margaret MacLean, Bill Bolz, Harold Myhra.
Second Row: Janet Wievisiek, Charles Marx, Morton Park, John Beutler,
Robert Bradley, Bernice Weber, Vivian Clifford, Rose Ann Thornton, Jim Jennings.
Third Row: Arthur Huebner, Curt Wilkinson, Marjory Larson, Tom Thomason,
Bob Thornton, Harvey Myhra, Jim Park.
Fourth Row: Frances Bernert, Mr. Wade, Richard McMullen, Clarence Uelland, Joe Marcroft.
1941 Boys' Chorus
Under the tutelage of Mr. Wade, this group of singers has performed at various entertainments. The group competed in the music contest at Newburg and obtained a relatively high rating. Mr. Wade has high hopes for the boys' chorus next year.
Back Row: Kenneth Lingenfelder, Randal McLaughlin, Harley Thompson, Laverne Jennings.
Fourth Row: Curtis Wilkinson, Don Holden, Arthur Huebner, Andrew Swan, Jack Heft,
Bill Rakel, Mr. Wade.
Third Row: Harold Ness, Jim Hatfield, Glen Schubert, Clifton Baker, Marshall Webster,
Reed Ingles, Pat Day (pianist).
Second Row: Junior Puderbaugh, Don Wohl, Walter Logsdon, Junior Reed,
Clarence Uelland, Charles Marx, Bob McAnaulty, Reuben Baisch.
Front Row: Bill Daniels, Ernest Jacobsen, Maurice Warner, Hank Quade, Bud Larson,
Byron Gadeholt, Jim Jennings, Dennis McLean, Bill Etchison.
Any Boy who takes an agricultural course is eligible for F.F.A. Among the things
undertaken by the local club were the participation in contests and the organization of
athletic teams which compete with those of other clubs. President Delbert Langeliers
led the club through a successful year with the help of Ernest Kahle, secretary; and
Bob Donovan, treasurer. Mr. Dietrick was the advisor.
Front Row: \lowell Baker, Mr. Dietrick, Delbert Langliers, Ernest Kahle, Bob Donovan,
Wilbur Bruck, George Vlahos.
Second Row: John Garcia, Lowell Bruck, Paul Miken, Raymond Schecla, Frank Gracelin,
Arnold Nodurft, Jack Breitbarth, Harley Thompson.
Third Row: Don Stockton, Ralph Elligson, Ralph Long, Robert Balue, Floyd Benings,
John Stone, Richard Gould, Floyd Nodurft, Roger Phillips, Fred Landis.
1941 Girls' League
This organization consists of all the girls in the school. The League presented a
Junior-Senior girls' picnic this year as well as undertaking the production of a style
show and presenting several other entertainments. Miss Moe proved to be very
helpful as the League's advisor.
Seated: Betty Helsby, Shirley Langeliers, Dolores Wilkin, Dorothea Irion.
Standing: Pat Silver, Miss Moe, Catherine Peterson
This year's Orchestra, although small, was enjoyed at all the plays and at
the commencement exercises.
Left to Right: Charles Marshall, Bill Beutler, Ernest Butts, Bernard Marx,
Frances Bernert, Bob Gillette, Bill Bolz, John Beutler, Bill Moyes,
Raymond Schecla, Evelyn Woodworth, Darrel Thompson, Jim Park, Charles Marx.
1941 Reed Orchestra
The Reed Choir is a newly formed organization. It has good prospects and will
be a rival of the Brass Choir next year.
Left to right: Bill Bolz, Harold Myhra, Robert Smith, Margaret MacLean,
Robert Bradley, Darrell Thompson, Bernard Marx.
Standing: Harvey Myhra, Jim Park.
1941 Yell and Song