Alsea High School - Wolverine Yearbook (Alsea, OR)
- Class of 1970
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annual to Mrs Smlth Mrs
Smlth was born ln COIV3ll1S
Oregon She attended grade
school at Corvallls, Ore
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school was also attended at
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years were spent at Alblon
State Normal Idaho and Oregon
College of Educatlon Monmouth
Oregon Mrs Smlth has been
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Top row: Mr. Green: speech, industrial arts, Mr. Mullenixz history, social studies, Mr. Thompson: Coach, science,
:hemistryg Mr. Beal: Superintendent. Bottom row: Mrs. Seabough: teachers aideg Mrs. Palensky: home ec., P.E.g
drs. Walters: Administration, Mrs. Olsen: music, math, Mrs. Carper: Spanish, typing, librarian, Mrs. Mousel:
English, Miss Hise: math. Not present: Mr. Elmore: Coach, science, P.E.
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Top row, L-R: Mr. Thompson-Coach, Dave Gammon, Jim Barclay, Monte Schreiber, Jeff Bray, Sam Zandofsky,
Don Neuman, Tim Shannon, Rick Zandofsky, Rodger Hendrix, Mike Cathcart, Elvin King, Robin Zandofsky,
Mr. Elmore-Asst. Coach. Bottom row: Doug Culley, Gary Feyerherm, Rick Sapp, Jim Campbell, Dennis
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A brilliant season turned into disaster
October 24, l969 as the goal for state was
thwarted by a fired up Detroit team in their
home town. The Cougars drew first blood and
held it throughout the duel.
The only loss of the '69 season, but a
fatal one. All in all, it was a good year.
Senior Rick Zandofsky was selected to play in
the Shriners All Star game, August 22, in
Pendleton. Besides Rick, three others, Jeff
Bray, and Tim Shannon, also seniors, along
with junior quarterback Elvin King, were
elected to the Casco League All Star team.
High hopes for a championship team next year
are expressed from every corner of the school.
The cry Hwait till next yearn echoed through
the A.H.S. halls for many weeks after Detroit
got the vote for state.
The '69 season produced many new talents
and made use of a lot of old ones. Spots are
already filled for the coming year with only
five lettermen leaving. Three of these five
dominated the awards department presented by
Coach Thompson. The only one they didn't re-
ceive was the most improved player award
which went to Jim Barclay, a sophomore. Next
year is another year and greatness is expected
I hope it is achieved.
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UN IOR CLASS
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Nueman, Audra Robinson, Terry Kerr. Front row: Mike Cathcart, Sam Zandofsky, Elvin King, Tim
Cathcart, Tom Gordon, Karen Campbell, Polly Hendrix, Connie Yocom, Suzanne Youtsey, Debra
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Books Corvallis, Oregon
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R: Gary Rhinehart, Floyd King, Mike Bourne, Rodger Hendrix, Garth Kuhagen-Manager, Dave Reddington Rick
Sapp, Robin Russell, Rocky Sapp.
J.V. Basketball is the prelude to the
letter for Varsity. Only a certificate can
be cherished by the season finishers with the
right amount of playing time. Alsea's J.V.
Team is reported to have endured the season.
Many setbacks such as players being kicked
off or ineligibilities made up for a good
portion of their inconsistency. The team did
win l3 of its 22 outings but lost several
close ones. Alsea for the first time had a
Freshman Team which played several A-2
Freshman Teams. Such teams as Waldport's
Freshmen and Newport's Freshmen were handed
devasting losses. The teams performed to
the best of their ability and came through
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L-R: Tim Cathcart, Jeff Bray, Terry Kerr, Cory Wren, Don Neuman, Mike Cathcart, Jim Campbell, Elvin King
Alsea High's basketball team endured the
season in higher style as compared with
three previous years. Our 10 and 12 record
was headed by Jeff Bray, the only starting
Senior. Even though we did lose more games
then we won we tallied 20 points greater
than our opponents, with an average of 52.5
points to the opponents 51.2 points per
game. ln the rebounding department we outdid
our opponents by 4.5 per game. We were
plagued with injuries most of the year,
thwarting several efforts in winning a tight
game. Most of our games were either won or
lost in the last minutes showing we were not
as bad as appearances permit one to think.
Elvin King and Don Neuman were the only two
to play in all 22 games. Jeff Bray, Jim
Campbell, and Tim Cathcart rounded out the
first string. Most of our strength is back
for next year and 1 hopefully predict a
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Rodger Hendrix, Gary Feyerherm,
Steve Robinson, John Carper, Russ
Alsea had a good season in wrestling
this year even though injuries hampered
team performance. Alsea, which has never
won a dual match, came very close to
breaking the Htraditionn against Central
Linn and McClaren.
Coach Elmore's superb coaching helped
the team do well. Alsea placed eighth
out of nine schools at district, which
was better than Coach Elmore expected.
The inability to make weight plus a sore
knee forced Russ Gammon and Gerald
Hawkins out of competition.
On the first day of district Steve
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semi-finals with two wins apiece.
Steve beat the fourth seed and John
beat the second seed. The rest of the
wrestlers lost their first match and
only Pat Shannon entered consolation on
Saturday. On Saturday morning, John
Carper and Steve Robinson lost thus
placing them into the consolation semi-
finals. Unfortunately John and Pat were
eliminated and Steve went into the con-
solation finals Saturday night. That
night Steve beat Keith Howell of Monroe
for third place and challenged Mike
Rodgers of Oakland for the right to go
to state. Steve beat Rogers, 7-4, in
overtime to win the right to go to state.
At state Steve placed fourth.
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row: Jim Barclay, Sam Zandofsky, Don Neuman, Polly Hendrix, Mike Cathcart, Rodger Hendrix. Front row
Sandra Duvall, Gail Smith, Colleen Hanson, Sherri Kerr, Terry Kerr, Cory Wren, Mr. Elmore-Coach.
Strong desire and determination are the win-
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is great in Track and Field has obtained this
combination. Alsea's Program has not progressed
to this point as yet. Enough for the philosophy
of the subject. Alsea's Track Team did surpris-
ingly well this year, winning 5 of the 8 slatings
in our district with only 7 en-
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of ll'6" in the pole vault, and junior Tim
Cathcart, placed 2nd with a 9:58.2 two mile
clocking each of which went to state. Jeff Bray
and Elvin King rounded out the foursome who were
Yes, Track and Field is a most interesting
sport, individualistic in every aspect. Football
and Basketball are team sports, one individual
does not make himself even greater with the
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The l97O Class of Alsea High School,
Being exceptionally bright and nobody s fool
Decided in view of the world s unsettled state
Their lives to a Tahitian Holiday should dedicate
Glamorous Gwen most charming of all
While charming Cheri, whom you all remember,
Fishes all day from May to December
Cory really looks great in his glasses,
While supervising the universities classes
Graduating from college with its strain and its classes,
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Rick and Dave, those mechanical wizards,
Now export special surfboards, for surfing in
Now owning her own restaurant and bar,
Doralea draws customers from near and far.
Terri pursuing her mother's ambition,
Has now become Tahiti's leading beautician.
Alone in the jungle in his own little nook,
Curtis now has time to read all his books.
With her mask and her snorkel, each day in th blue,
Jeanette dives for pearls, and gathers a few
The local fix-it shop is run wise and well,
By Darlene, who also has huts to sell.
Look at that dune-buggy streaking by,
With Doug in control, it really can fly.
Starring in his own nighclub act, a real audience stimulator,
ls our own dear Tim, a famous chicken imitator
talk of the days that are no more.
ln training for the olympics to be held this year,
Gail circles the island with the speed of a deer
has found a way to fulfill all her passions,
modeling all of the islands latest fashions
es in the evening they gather on the shore,
the Tahitian sun sinks slowly in the west,
is none more happy and none more blessed
St. B. Sgt.-at-arms - 3, Good
Scholarship - l,2,3,4, Honor Society
V-Pres. - 4, Student Body Pres. - 4,
Student Body Pres. - 4, Lettermen's
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Treas. - l
Pres. - 3
Tiger Award - 4
Hardrock Award - 4
Football - l,2,3,4
Basketball - l,2,3,4
Valedictorian - 4
Honor Society - 3,4
Newspaper Staff - 3
Student Council - l,3,4
St. C. Sgt.-at-arms - 3
Four year Scholarship Award - 4, Cheerleading
Queen - 3,4, Cheerleader - 2,3,4, Wrestling SU
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Good Scholarship - l,2,3,4, Student Council -
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G.A.A. - 3
Trackette - 3
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Class Treas. - 3
Class Sec. - 1,4
G.A.A. Sec. - 4
Prom Queen - 4
Trackette - 3
Sr. Play - 3
Track - 3
Choir - 4
Football Stat. - 2,3, Basketball Stat. - 4,
Newspaper Staff - 3, Newspaper Asst. Ed. -
3, Four year Scholarship Award - 4, Good
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Music Award - 4, OSU Dad'
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G.A.A. - 3,4
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F.H.A. - 3,4
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St. C. Pres. - 4
Librarian - 3,4
Sr. Play - 3
Pep Club - 2,3,4
Pep Club Pres. - 3
Cheerleader - 4
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Newspaper Staff - 3
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Librarian - 4
Office - 4
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Capt. Cftbb - 4, East West Shrine Game - 4,
Homecoming Queen Escort - 3.
Staff - l,2,3,4, Annual Photographer -
Girls' League - l
Lettermen's Club - l,2,3,4 Homecoming Queen - 4
Newspaper Staff - 3 Choir ' 4
Cross Country - 4
Transfer - 4
Prom King - 4
Football - 3
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G.A.A. - 3
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Volleyball - 2,3, Student Council Sec. -
Cheerleader - l,2,3, Sparkey Bradfield Mem.
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F.H.A. - 3,4
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I, Sandra Kae Goodman, being of much body and little mind do here by will to Sherri
Kerr, my place on the B team in volleyball and my sewing ability. My body goes to Debbie
Proctor, in hopes she will put it to better use than I. My ability to be mushy in the
hall goes to Rocky Sapp. My luck to have lots of boyfriends and manage to find the right
one, to Sandi Duvall. To Carol Ann I will all my good times at A.H.S., as soon as she
gets up here. Last of all I will good old locker ll to Rick Sapp.
I, Cory Wren, will my ability to stay in bounds in basketball to Don Neuman, my driving
ability to Mike Cathcart, also to Mike I will my ability to stop worrying about what
the police are doing as soon as I get into town.
I, Tim Shannon, being of sound body and weak mind do hereby will my 44 inch chest to
Judy Smith, I will my neck brace, which was willed to me, to my younger brother Pat. My
locker Number l goes to any of the Juniors who want to follow in the footsteps of some-
one great. To Tim Cathcart I will my ability to get along with teachers at all times, in
hopes that he will bring his grade point average up. Last but not least to Mr. Mullenix,
I will my interest in beautiful women in hopes that he will take up a new sport.
I, Darlene Rhinehart, being of sound mind and able body will my position on the volley-
ball team to Connie Yocom and my ability to Connie Stone. To my brother, Gary, I be-
queath my grades because I know he will need them. To HAuntieH goes the fun I had in the
office while she was gone.
I, Dave Gammon, being easy going and quite the nice talker do will my language to Tim
Cathcart, admiration for the school board to Mike Cathcart, temper to Mr. Mullenix and
my football ability to my little sister, as she will no doubt be bigger and stronger
than I. Last but not least my Super Deluxe to Russ, just to carry on the fear in peoples
I, Jeff Bray, being of sound mind and body, will my ability to struggle through football
season to Garth, my weak ankles to any football or basketball player, my ability for the
football to stick to my fingers when catching a pass, to Don Neuman and finally my abili
ty to grow sideburns to Bruce Hendrix.
I, Doralea Gordon, do hereby will to Sherri Pellet and Terri Hawkins, my ability to stay
out of trouble. I will to Judy Smith, some of my longer skirts. All my good times at old
A.H.S. to Susan Kuhagen in hopes she can have them work out for her. Last but not least,
my locker number 6 to my brother.
I, Doug Culley, being of sound mind and body hereby will my regular attendance to Becky
Bray, and my car to Cindy Hendrix. Finally I will my ability to talk the teachers out of
anything to Julie Cantrell and my track ability to Tim Cathcart.
I, Gwen Marshall, skip the sound mind and body part, will my quick wit and ready humor
to Mike Cathcart, since he is always ribbing me about not getting the jokes. He may also
have my locker number lO. I will my great build to Polly Hendrix and my horse- hyenna
laugh to Rick Sapp.
I, Curtis Banton, being of sound mind and able body, do will my ability to get along with
teachers to Mark Hanson, next I will my ability to attract girls to Garth Kuhagen, last I
will my great track records to Terry Kerr.
I, Terri Hendrix, being of confused mind and feeble body do hereby will my great in-
telligence and fabulous speaking ability to Polly Hendrix in hopes that she may someday
be as outgoing as I. Next I will my little sister, Holly, all the fun years I have had
in cheerleading in hopes that she will go out for it. Last I do hereby will my out-
standing ability to always get along and never fight with my boyfriend to Karen
Campbell in hopes that she too may acquire this trait.
I, Gail Smith, having neither sound mind or strong body will do hereby will my great
attraction for boys to my sister Judy. I also will my great behavior and B grades to
Judy in hopes she will not be in the eighth grade again next year. My basketball ability
goes to Jim Campbell wishing he will be an all star. I will my ability to change a tire
to Mrs. Mousel, so that next time she can change it herself. Last but not least,
seriously I will the enjoyable opportunities, privileges, memories and teachers to
everyone in hopes they enjoy them as much as I.
I, Rick Zandofsky, being of good mind and big body, first off will my teachers pet title
to Mike Cathcart. My ability to get along with teachers and skip school and not get into
trouble goes to Roxie and Denise. To Cindy Hendrix goes my 46 inch chest and to Goose
goes a brand new pair of cowboy boots. Finally to Mrs. Mousel, one of my favorite teach-
ers, I will anything that will help her forget the senior class.
I, Cheri Rhodes, being of petrified mind and weird body will to Tim Cathcart my ability
to barely scrape by in math. Cindy, you can have my shortness for some of your height.
Julie Cantrell gets all of the fun and excitement of my cheerleading years in hopes she
will use them well. Helen Gammon can have my ability to get excited about fights, but
stay out of them! Last but certainly not least, my Sis gets my ability to make it
through high school by some miracle and a lot of thanks for everything she's done for
I, Jeanette Partl, being of empty mind and fat body, do hereby will, number l pain in
the neck: annual editor to Polly Hendrix in hopes her neck is stronger than mine. My
fabulous hair color goes to Julie Hendrix since she admired it so much. To my younger
brother I will my locker number 12 and my athletic ability. Last but surely not least,
to the Junior class I will all of my Senior homework assignments knowing full well that
they will enjoy them as much as I.
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President- Rick Zandofsky
V-President- Doug Culley
Sec. G Treas.- Darlene Rhinehart
Sgt.-at-Arms- Curtis Banton
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MOST Dependable, Jeff Bray 6 Terri Contributed MOST, Darlene Rhinehart
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Dennis Barclay, Ken Dunlap, Garth Kuhagen, Howard Ezell, Tom Cantrell, Joe Scott, Alan France. Bottom row:
Doug Culley, Becky Bray, Debra Proctor, Doralea Gordon, Karen Zandofsky, Karen Campbell, Polly Hendrix,
Jeanf ,e Partl, Mrs. Carper, Sam Zandofsky.
Top row, L-R: Miss Hise-Advisor, Audra Robinson, Debra Dunbar, Sherri Kerr, Suzanne Youtsey-Sec.-Treas.,
Rose Olsen, Colleen Hanson, Kathy Banton, Julie Hendrix, Terri Wren, Gail Smith, Polly Hendrix-Pres.
Hiddle row: Debra Hubbard, Kathy Jelen, Connie Stone, Carol Pitzer, Kathy Bedell, Debbie France, Joanne
A3nd0fSkY, Sandra Duvall, Sandy Goodman-Sgt.-at-Arms, Gwen Marshall. Bottom row: Karen Zandofsky, Debra
Proctor-V. Pres., Carol Ludlow, Patti Sehutte, Cindi Hendrix, Terri Hendrix, Becky Bray, Jeanette Partl.
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Top row, L-R: Mrs. Olsen-Instructor, Steve Robinson, Ernest Partl, Howard Ezell, Robin Zandofsky, Bruce
Hendrix, Suzanne Youtsey, Terri Hendrix, Darlene Rhinehart, Kathy Jelen, Sandy Goodman. Bottom row: Gary
Rhinehart, Gwen Marshall, Sandra Duvall, Jeanette Partl, Terri Hawkins, Patti Schutti, Sherri Kerr, Audra
Robinson, Debbie Proctor, Cheri Rhodes.
Top row, L R Jim Campbell, Robin Zandofsky, Dennis Culley, Robin Russell, Steve Robinson Upper middle
row. Floyd King, Gary Feyerherm, Curtis Banton, Jim Barclay, Cory Wren, Rodger Hendrix, Pat Shannon, Don
Philips, Howard Ezell. Lower middle row: Dave Reddington, Terry Kerr, Tim Cathcart, John Carper, Rick Sapp,
Mike Cathcart, Mark Hanson, Jeff Bray. Bottom row: Elvin King, Don Neuman, Doug Culley, Sam Zandofsky.
Top row, L-R: Mrs. Palensky-Advisor, Kathy Bourne, Sandra Duvall, Sherri Kerr, Julie Hendrix, Kathy Jelen,
Connie Stone, Debra Dunbar, Debra Hubbard, Terri Wren, Patti Schutti, Jeanette Partl. Bottom row: Merri
Zetzman, Doralea Gordon-Sec.-Treas., Carol Ludlow-Pres., Sandy Goodman-Sgt.-at-Arms.
Top row, L-R: Debbie Hubbard, Connie Stone, Gail Smith, Sandra Duvall, Rose Olsen, Karen Campbell-Pres.
Middle row: Colleen Hanson, Karen Zandofsky, Connie Yocom, Darlene Rhinehart, Suzanne Youtsey, Kathy
Jelen. Bottom row: Miss Hise-Advisor, Polly Hendrix, Jeanette Partl-V. Pres., Sandy Goodman-Sgt.-at-Arms,
Doralea Gordon, Sherri Kerr, Kathy Banton.
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Kerr, Jeff Bray, Tim Cathcart, Cindi Hendrix, Jeanette Partl, Polly Hendrix, Becky Bray, Connie Yocom,
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Rhodes, Doug Culley. Bottom row: Becky Bray-Sec., Gail Smith-Treas., Jeanette Partl-Pres., Jeff Bray-V.
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Top row, L-R: Mr. Thompson-Advisor, Christie Schmid, Julie Hendrix, Dette Sweeney, Terri Wren, Denise
Darneal, Jackie Griffin, Danny Zandofsky, Brent Jenkins, Mark Schreiber. Middle row: Holly Hendrix, Judy
Smith, Susan Haines, Connie Montgomery, Tara Bray, Susan Kuhagen, Merrie Zetzman, Julie Cantrell, Kathy
Bourne, Kathy Miller. Bottom row: Walter Hendrix, Larry Zetzman, Leslie Hockema, Ronnie Koetz, Clarke
Campbell, Kevin Culley, Raymond McDaniel, John Ritchey, Tod Olsen. Not present: Pam Clayton.
TH GR DE
Top row, L-R: Mrs. Mousel-Advisor, Danny Hawkins, Karl Dawson, Ken Stone, James Reddington, Rhonda McNeal,
Jo Ann Zandofsky, Pam Strom. Middle row: Jim Bradley, Joe Haley, Mitch Cramer, Debra France, Connie
Zetzman, Jackie Philips, Kathy Bedell, Carol Pitzer, Jim Hendrix. Bottom row: Bryon Schreiber, Marty
Hanson, Bert Banton, John Scott, Doug Schmid, Danny Seabough, Steven Montgomery, Dewayne Johnston. Not
present: Helen Gammon, Dennis Pellett.
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Top row, L-R: Mrs. Kabler-Teacher, Patty Bradley, Cindy Purirs, Debbie Main, Mary Chilcote, Verla
Schreiber, Patty Ezell, Becky Pellett, Carmen Lovett. Bottom row: Philip Riesser, Geary Zandofsky,
Clifford Miller, David Hanson, Randy Olson, Bill Ritchey, Keith Bedell. Not present: Karen Main, Diane
5TH GR DE
Top row, L-R: DeVonne Johnston, Teresa Grimm, Mrs. Woods-Teacher, Kathleen Kuhagen, Shelley Haley, Lindy
Yocom, Wendy Cramer, Linda Montgomery, Tanya Duvall, Sally Russell, Denise Cutright, Laurie Wilson, Jackie
Bowen, JoAnna Zetzman, Eva Miller. Bottom row: Dan Bowen, Gary Grimm, Willie Robinson, Rick Bedell, Tim
Dunbar, Shawn Wren, Brian Jenkins, Barry Hendrix, Ernest Sapp, Brad Haley, Kirk Schmid, Rodger Herron,
Jerry Purvis. Not present: Roberta Bradley.
TH GR DE
Top row, L-R: Saralu Miller, Kelly Culley, Ladena Lovett, Delea Ritchey, Karen Seabough, Robin Zetzman,
Kim Kelly, Mrs. Bray-Teacher, Evette Clayton, Orin Cutright, Richard France, Ginger Hendrix. Bottom row:
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Top row, L-R: June Oland, Cindy Bourne, LaVonne Jenkins, Marcee-Johanson, Summer Lindner, Candy Olsen,
Mrs. Wimmer-Teacher, Diana Tate, Linda Wilson, Bonnie Barclay, Julie Walters, Julie Bowen, Nancy Russell.
Bottom row: Olin Cutright, Ron McNeal, Ron Bedell, Kurt Schrieber, Roy France, Mike Kroenlein, Doug Bowen,
Brett Pellett, Joe Hawkins, Mike Cowan, Hubert Duvall, Willie Bradley. Not present: Polly Andrews, Kelly
Peterson, Patty Chilcote, Paula Riesser.
Top row, L-R: John Barclay, Curtis Chilcote, Chris Johanson, Tim Whitlock, Duan Miller, Keith Cowan, Mrs.
Smith-Teacher. Middle row: Michelle Webber, Patricia Spears, Susan Tate, Gayle Kuhagen, Brenda Lovett, Pam
Zetzman. Bottom row: Robert Webb, David McNeal, Kenny Culley, Jim France, Sammy Free, Allen Clayton, Rocky
Grimm. Not present: Claudia Hendrix, Peggy Bradley.
Top row, L-R: Dustin Johnston, James Walter, Robert Duvall, Tina Webb, Tina Johanson, Jimmy Tate, Darlene
Johnson, Kathy Wilson, Carol Sapp, Joyce Main, Nancy Morrissette, Stacey Wigham, Mrs. Spees-Teacher.
Bottom row: Billy Matthews, Bert Robinson, Rex Hendrix, Craig Bowen, Za Lindner, David Free, Robert Webber,
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