Rogue news. (Ashland, Or.) 19??-????, January 27, 1956, Page PAGE THREE, Image 3

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    FRI.. JAN. 27. 1956
ROGUE NEWS
PAGE THREE
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LeAnne Williams,
Bob Alley, and Gayle Seymour
Turner's Talk
- By Barbara Turner
Well hi kids, I'm back again.
Things have really been pop-
pin" lately. Sherry Taylor
made a big bang coming up the
stairs to the library. It seems
that when she stepped in a cer
tain place or should it be on a
certain thing there was a small
explosion. I wonder what could
have caused it?
If you hear a blast that
sounds like a streamliner,
don't be shocked, it isn't a
train, it's just the horn on the
pickup of a certain senior boy.
I wonder if someone is trying
to start a new fad in the way of
car motors. A couple of weeks
ago Stu started his car at
noon and instead of a nice soft
purring sound he heard a loud
whistling noise. He had a big
audience too. I wonder if they
had anything to do with it?
Be careful when you try to
take a red flag off of a "Man
Working" sign, Crime doesn't
pay as some people have found
out. ,
Jan. Birthdays
Are Celebrated
January's birthday wishes
are extended to the following:
Seniors
Poetry Corner
I wonder how many, if any,
would have,
a tongue in their mouth today,
If a part was removed and nev
er returned
lor each unkind thing it did
say.
How many hearts have been
broken, because,
a contemptuous tongue re
layed
A magnified tale of a meaning
less truth,
not knowing the heart that it
frayed.
A tongue is a weapon to
be handled with care;
tut if handled with goodness
it can
bring peace to the soul and joy
to the world;
thus fulfilling the purpose of
man.
By Sandra Thurston
LeANNE WILLIAMS
Hatched in a carrot patch on
April 4, 1938, in Stockton, Cal
ifornia was a red-headed sen
ior girl, known as LeAnne Wil
liams. She can usually be seen
wearing her favorite colors of
blue and green. If you see her
walking as if she's an a daze
don't be alarmed, she's just
thinking of her ideal fella who
is 6' tall, has dark hair, and
blue or green eyes.
LeAnne has been a resident
of Ashland since the fourth
grade and spends most of her
spare time going horseback rid
ing. She goes to see all of the
movies starring Grace Kelly
and Burt Lancaster.
Her pet peeve is having to
get up in the mornings and her
favorite food is sand tarts.
She hasn't any immediate
plans for the future, but she
thinks she might go to business
school.
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An exaggeration is a truth
that has lost its temper. Ka
hlil Gibran.
BOB ALLEY
Winona, Missouri, was the
birthplace of Bob Alley. This
popular senior boy moved to
Ashland from Grants Pass in
his junior year. He says his pet
peeve is girls with short hair.
His favorite color is navy
blue, and he prefers the song
"Yellow Rose of Texas." Bob
likes fried chicken and being at
his girl friend's house is his fav
orite pastime.
Hs ideal girl is 5' 5 1-2" and
GAYLE SEYMOUR
Patricia Gayle Seymour,
senior, was born September 20,
1938 in Wymore, Nebraska.
This pretty brunette moved
here in 1954.
Hpr iHnl man mnvt hp tall
have brown hair and brown J Juniors
Pat Lane 10
Laurence Eidman 11
Rosallie Roesberry 12
Don Barr 13
Ruth McDonough 18
Jimmie Felker 25
Judy Jones 31
O man, mighty man.
Look at the animal small
For you to command
Without your call.
O man, mighty man.
Look out over your land
And think what you
Can do with your hand.
O man, mighty man,
Look at that mountain there
And see to it
Kow you compare.
O man, mighty man.
Look out over the sea
And think without God
What would you be.
By Donna Bibeau
eyes, an extra special dancer
and a good conversationalist.
Gayle prefers meatloaf to
ether foods, loves the color red
and the song "Knocking At My
Front Door." William Holden
has brown hair and brown and June Allyson are her favor.
eyes,
Bob plans to attend college
after he graduates from high
school. He will go to SOC for
two years, and then to Oregon
or Oregon State.
SNOW WHITE FREEZE
Try a Grumpy
SCH ELL'S RADIO SHOP
151 North Pioneer
Garrett and
Kimball's
UNION SERVICE
99 and 66
Hunter Wheel Balancing
Headlight Adjustment
Tires. Tubes. Accessories,
end Lubrication
COUPLES III
THE HEWS
Drew is for Sandy
For whom Ken is always han
dy.
Dye is for Ken
For whom Sandy does yen.
Brownson is for Sharon
For whom Randy is carin'.
Root is for Randy
IWhom Sharon thinks just dan
dy. O'Keefe is for Peg
I For whom Gene does beg.
; Parent is for Gene
Whom Peg thinks real keen.
(Turner is for Barbara June'
tor wnom Kay does croon.
Bohn is for Ray
Whom Barb seeks everyday.
Clary is for Mart
Whom Bill thinks real smart.
Bebber is for Billy
Whom Marty thinks a dilly.
Gandee Is for Carol
Whom Bob treats as a pharaoh.
Alley is for Bob
For whom Carol's heart does
throb.
Twelve new Western Pine
Tree Farms have been certified
this year in Oregon with a to
tal of 3,887 well-managed acres.
ite movieland stars
Trying to catch her man is
her major pastime while her
pet peeve is th,at she has a new
phone (2-3086) but no male
phone calls?
After graduating, Gayle
plans on setting down and get
ting married.
FADS AND FASHIONS
Attention all you "squares"
who are not up on the latest
fads and styles of Ashland
High. This is the most recent
Lcoop on lasmons which can
only be read in the Rogue
News.
This month, the girls arc
wearing brightly colored jump
ers in various styles and mater
ials. Also they can be seen in
full-circle felt skirts and carry
ing a clutch purse.
We must not forget the boys
this month as they are very im
portant. They can be seen
wearing brightly colored plaid
shirts made out of flannels
wools, and cottons. With their
colored denim pegs they are
wearing thin suede belts.
This winds up the story for
this month, see you again in
February.
Martin Tucker 3
Marilyn Michal 8
Tom Delsman 13
Kenneth Putman 13
Jeanie Hakes 17
Errolyn Aftring 20
Tim Keating 20
Claudette Schell 21
Maureen Stromberg !
Jim Kerns 25
Jane Palmer 27
Bill Rametes 27
Sophomores
Barbara Stoddard 7
Edith Edmonds 13
Jeanette Therres 17
Margaret Hull 20
Judy Mills 21
Steve Morrill 22
Dorothy Main 22
Judy Bounds 23
Freshmen
Louise Campbell 7
Phyllis Peters 11
Sally Mackay 12
Bobby Hodgins 13
Jim Bjork 27
99 MARKET
1725 Siskiyou
ASHLAND
FLOWER SHOP
IN THE LITHIA HOTEL
FOOTHILLS GARAGE
Shell Service - Repairing
Welding . Used Cars
2445 Siskiyou Blvd.
WILEY AND REINHOLDT
INSURANCE
39 East Main
TET'S GET ASSOCIATED
KARL B. OESER
358 East Main
ASHLAND DRUG
Gold Arrow Stamps
257 East Main
SINGMASTER and JONES
INSURANCE AGENCY
343 East Main
Phone 2-4221
MARSHALL WELLS
STORE
On The Plasa
HARDWARE
HOUSEWARES
SPORTING GOODS
DAMON'S GROCERY
47 North Main
On the Plaza
BELLVIEW CAFE
"Best Hamburgers in
Town"
EBERHART'S
ATHLETIC EQUIPMENT
SCHOOL JACKETS $12.95
279 East Main
GEORGE AND EVA'S
CONFECTIONERY
607 Siskiyou Blvd.
INGLE DRUG
SWEDENBURG
BUILDING
SCHOOL SUPPLIES
FOUNTAIN
COSMETICS