Alsea High School - Wolverine Yearbook (Alsea, OR)
- Class of 1980
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ALSEA HIGH OHOOL
ALSEA, OREGON 97324
VOLUME 49, 1980
TABLE OF CONTENTS
School Candids ...,.,......,.,............,.,.....,. . . . 2
People ,.,.... . . . . . 4
Dedication . .. . . . 4
Seniors ...... ,., ..,.6
School Candids ... ..... 11
Homecoming ... ...., 14
Juniors .....,.,. ...,. 1 6
Sophomores ......, ..,.. I 8
Freshmen .........,. . .,., 20
School Board ,....... . . ...,. 22
AdministrationfStaff . . , . .... . 23
Student Council ..... .,... 2 5
Honor Society .... ..... 2 6
Sports' ...,.....,... ...,. 2 7
Academics!Faculty .,... ,.... 4 1
Spring .,......,.,... . . . 53
Spring Candids . ,. .... . 54
Awards ...... .....56
Banquet and Prom . .,.... . . . 57
Graduation ................ , . . 58
Junior High!Grade School . , . . ..,., 60
Advertising .......,........ ..... 6 7
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Page 2: Upper left: Alsea School District 7-J. Middle left: Paul Pear-
son and Jamie Farrington work on a career ed. assignment. Lower
left: Kelly Pellett, Steve Campbell and Jim Walter clown around in
advanced biology while Kathy Wilson works on her duck skeleton.
Upper right: Shorty Bowen tries to figure out a joint in construction
class. Middle right: Mr. Humble dries off in the shower room after
officiating the Powder Puff football game. Lower right: Mark Bauer
waits for an assignment. Page 3: Above: Miss Parady corrects papers.
Below: Max Hildebrand and Kenny Pellett work on a geometry as-
signment. Upper right: Steve Free and Austin Irwin goof offin speech
class. Beside: Maxine Dallmann gets teased by Ben Olsen. Lower
right: A rainbow appears over the Alsea mountain highway.
This yearbook is dedicated to Wanda Walter, Alsea School's
indispensable person. She started working for the school in
1962, and a few years ago she became the deputy clerk.
Her presence brightens the office, but her jobs aren't the
glamorous 'onesg she keeps the school accounts, orders and dis-
tributes supplies, repairs temperamental machines and super-
vises the student body treasurer, to name a few. At school board
meetings, she makes sure everyone has a cup of coffee, takes
attendance and keeps the minutes. She also lends her support
to most school functions. Her skill and knowledge keep the
school business in order.
Wanda almost always has the answer, and if she doesn't, she
will find out. Teachers and staff find her expertise invaluable in
helping them perform their jobs better.
Everyone wonders how Alsea School ever managed before
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Upper left: Mr. Hagler looks like he's having a hard day at school.
Above: Sophomores, Darin Cogan, Paul Pearson, Matt Webb and
Jamie Farrington, try to figure out a math problem. Below: Kenny
Pellett works on his duck skeleton in advanced biology. Upper
right: Debbie Bowen gets into the spirit of the toilet paper race.
Middle right: Wendie Riley puts on a happy face. Lower right:
Debbie Stuverud practices typing.
04.5, ' 'Xi ix
The seniors didn't make any
monumental changes in school
life. They did get the pop machine
back to raise money for their sen-
Officers were: Dave Hall, presi-
dentg Jim France, vice presidentg
Sherri Borton, secretary-treasur-
er, and Tim Pearson, sgt.-at-arms.
Class adviser was Mel Atwood.
Seniors not pictured: Dee Dee
Hecht, Cathy Schreiber.
John Barclay Sherri Borton
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Doug "Bugs" Bowen Jim France Sam Free
Rocky Grimm Dave Hall Claudia Hendrix
Truman Jones Denny Lee
Louan Michaels Dflane Miller
Rhandy VanVolkenburg Robert Webb
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Page 8: Upper left: Jim France, Robert Webb and Sam Free
discuss the pop machine at a senior meeting. Middle left: Dave
Hall takes a breather. Lower left: Truman Jones, Rocky
Grimm, John Barclay and Rick Wolkau listen to a presentation
about announcements. Upper right: Brenda Lovett and Dee
Dee Hecht buy pop at break. Middle right: Tim Pearson waits
for the bell to ring. Lower right: Sherri Borton and Sandy
Hildebrand work on the annual. Page 9: Above: Princess Sherri
Borton and her escort, Jeff Woosley, wait to be presented at
Homecoming. Below: Duane Miller digs in at the Homecoming
Dinner. Upper right: Claudia Hendrix, Cathy Schreiber and
Sherri Borton watch the seniors at a pep assembly. Middle
right: Rhandy VanVolkenburg gets caught by the camera. Low-
er right: John Barcley studies in the library.
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Seniors do "dig-a-dig" yell at assem-
Beside: Brenda Lovett and Louan Michaels try
their skill in the Lifesaver-toothpick relay.
Lower left: Cathy Schreiber hold Bugs Bowen's
collar in the orange-in-the-neck contest. Above:
Denny Lee listens to a lecture. Below: Bugs
Bowen tries a new basketball play.
Above: The Spanish class, Michelle Woosley, Debbie Stuverud, Tami Jo
Hendrix and Miss Lamb correct an assignment. Below: Mr. Phelps and Sam
Free "deer around." Lower left: Something new in English, Rex Hendrix and
Shorty Bowen have coffee and rolls before starting to work. Upper right:
Jimmy Ezell lets everyone know what he thinks of geography. Beside:
Freshmen, Tanja Jones, Wendie Riley and Maxine Dallmann try to win the
toilet paper race. Lower right: Mr. Phelps helps Tina Webb with her duck
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Page 12: Upper left: Jim Walter is caught going through proof
sheets in the publications room. Middle left: The Homecoming
Court finds it isn't easy to get settled on a firetruck in the rain.
Lower left: Kenny Pellett, Keith Lee and Max Hildebrand, prac-
tice their balancing act while building the bonfire during Spirit
Week. Upper right: Mr. Shoshin looks pleased with the score of
the football game. Middle right: Brian Calderon learns how to put
up a good front. Lower right: Kelly Pellett and Steve Campbell
take a break from journalism class. Page 13: Above: Sherri Borton
accidentally launches Debbie Bowen into space. Below: Denny
Lee waits for Mr. Humble to work out his strategy. Upper right:
"It was how big?" exclaims Gina Hendrix. Middle right: Michael
David Spann, a young football fan, doesn't look too enthusiastic
about the game. Lower right: Kathy Wilson does her Wonder
Woman pose while trying to escape the camera.
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Participation was excellent during Spirit Week.
Classes 7-12 competed against each other for the grand
prize of a day long field trip to the place of their choice.
Points were gained for class performance during the
A new theme each day challenged students to find
appropriate dress. Crazy hats, American heroes, old tim-
ers, scuds and loyal blue and white Wolverines all made
their appearance. Pep assemblies each day featured con-
tests: orange in the neck race, pie-eating, toilet paper
race, cheering contest.
The Powder Puff football game was held Wednesday
in a downpour. Thursday, students were excused early to
build the bonfire. That evening the fire was lit and the
Homecoming Queen, Carol Sapp, and her court were
On Friday, the grand prize was presented to the 7th
graders and juniors, who tied. The football team scored a
victory, and the day ended with Homecoming Dinner.
Spirit Week festivities ended at the dance Saturday
night. "Night Song" provided the music.
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the line. Lower left: The Homecoming Court, Princess
Sherri Borton, Queen Carol Sapp, Princess Debbie Stu-
verud, Princess Maxine Dallmann, is presented at half-
time. Upper right: On American Hero Day, Jeff Woosley
and Sherri Borton wait for a relay to begin. Middle
right: Mr. Shoshin comes as Einstein on American Hero
Day. Lower right: Mike Sapp and Kevin Heicht gorge
themselves in the pie eating contest. Page 15: Above:
Losing at halftime, Blue team members, Vickie Riley,
Debbie Stuverud, Sara Irwin, listen to Coach Hagler's
pep talk. Below: Tim Pearson and Carol Sapp demon-
strate the orange in the neck relay. Upper right: The
bonfire blazes. Beside: Ginger Weist and Donnie Pellett
work on the exchange of the lifesaver. Lower right: Stu-
dents unload wood for the bonfire.
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The juniors had a successful year, the concessions
helped give them a sizable account for the Jr.-Sr.
banquet and prom and next year's senior trip. The
juniors also won the Spirit Week contest and took a
day long skiing trip to Mt. Hood.
Class officers were President Kathy Wilson, Vice
President Michelle Woosley, Secretary Carol Sapp,
Sgt.-at-arms Steve Campbell and class representa-
tive, Kelly Pellett. Class adviser was Judy J untunen.
Above: Jim Walter, Steve Campbell, Rex Hendrix, and Bill Tapp
take a break on the ski trip. Upper right: Michelle Woosley, Kenny
Pellett, chaperone Debbie Hagler, Carol Sapp, and Kelly Pellett
rest after skiing. Beside: "Now how are we going to do this?" asks
Rex Hendrix as he, Steve Campbell, Jim Walter, Shorty Bowen,
and David Free fix the Christmas tree for the party. Below: Row 1:
Jana Weist, Michelle Woosley, Kenny Pellett, Carol Sapp, Kelly
Pellett, Bill Tapp. Row 2: David Free, Jim Walter, Rex Hendrix,
Brian Calderon, Kathy Wilson, Steve Campbell.
This year's sophomores sponsored
the Sweetheart's Ball, had bake sales,
sold ice cream, decorated the Christmas
tree and served at the Junior-Senior
Debbie Stuverud was presidentg vice
president, Stephen Carpenterg secre-
taryftreasurer, Debbie Boweng and
Vickie Riley, sergeant at arms. Class
representative was Tami Jo Hendrix.
Jim Schmidt was class adviser.
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Page 18: Keith Lee listens in Career Ed. Page 19: LaDonna
Michael studies in the library. Above: Steve Free and John
Watson search for answers in biology. Below: Debbie Bowen
works on an assignment. Upper right: Vickie Riley looks up
from her work. Beside: Darin Colgan puts his comb away.
Lower right: Paul Pearson watches the wood being unloaded
for the bonfire. Not pictured in individuals: John Watson.
Above: The freshmen put a tire on top of the Homecoming bonfire.
Below: Tanja Jones works in the library. Upper right: Homecom-
ing Princess Maxine Dallmann and her escort, Ben Paul, are
presented at the game. Middle right: Ben Olsen clowns around.
Beside: Gina Hendrix goes up for a rebound. Page 21: Lower left:
Wendie Riley cheers. Lower right: Ben Olsen and Lonnie Holt
study in Career Ed.
This year's freshmen class began their moneymaking pro-
jects with a car wash followed by films, cake raffles, and
various odd jobs for people in the community. They also
changed the marquee in the front of the school.
The freshmen elected Roy Scribner as presidentg Gina
Hendrix, vice presidentg David Phelps, secretaryg and Max-
ine Dallmann, treasurer. Wendie Riley and Tanja Jones
served as class representatives. Peter Shoshin was class ad-
Not pictured in individual photographs: Ben Paul and
Tanja Jones Ben Olsen David Phelps
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Above: Mary France, board member, listens to
the board proceedings. Below: Wanda Walter,
school clerkg Gilbert Strom, board member, and
two members of the Linn-Benton Educational
Service District listen to some board business.
Upper right: Ed Humble, principal-superinten-
dent, and Hank Schroeder, chairman of the
board, conduct the business meeting. Beside:
While Wanda Walter takes minutes, Gilbert
Strom listens. Lower right: Fred Hendrix, board
member, and Diane Scribner, board member, lis-
ten to the ESD presentation.
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Upper left: Ed Humble, principal-superintendent, substitutes for Jerry Phelps.
Beside: Billie Lee, teacher aide and playground supervisor, clowns around with
Debbie Hagler, school secretary and playground supervisor. Lower left: Junette
Zandofsky helps in the office while Debbie Hagler is on playground duty.
Above: Vince Drago, vice principal in charge of discipline and athletic director,
and Jim Mullenix, counselor and administrative assistant, help Mr. Humble
with administrative duties. Below: Wanda Walter, deputy clerk and Debbie
Hagler, school secretary share a joke with the photographer.
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Above: Bus drivers: Rosie Valencia, Junette Zandofsky, Jody
Free, Pam Parady. Below: Marilla Miller, custodian, cleans
room 2. Beside: Bill Esler, head of maintenance and substitute
bus driver, puzzles over a broken bus on the junior class field
trip to Mt. Hood. Lower right: Ellen Esler, custodian, cleans
the 6th grade classroom.
Student Council coordinated many activities. They set
up and ran Homecoming activities. Part of these activities
was a Spirit Week competition. Grades 7-12 competed for
points to win a day long field trip to the place of their
Student Council officers were: President Tim Pearson,
Vice President Jim Walter, Secretary Carol Sapp, Trea-
surer Debbie Bowen, Sgt.-at-Arms Doug Bowen, and Pub-
licity Manager Tina Webb. Jim Mullenix served as advis-
Beside: Student Body officersg Debbie Bowen, trea-
surer: Jim Walter, vice president, Tim Pearson,
president, Carol Sapp, secretaryg Tina Webb, public-
ity manager. Lower left: Student Council representa-
tives with their adviser, Jim Mullenix, assemble for a
picture. Above: Tim Pearson, president, introduces
this year's candidates for student body offices. Be-
low: Carol Sapp, 1980-81 president elect, gives her
The honor society had two main moneymaking
projects to earn money for the bleachers on the
In October they sponsored a Halloween Carni-
val. Not only did the club earn 35100, they pro-
vided a service for the community by giving the
kids something to do on Halloween. They also put
on the annual Hootenany which followed the cir-
cus theme. They made 8120.
Carol Sapp was president this year and directed
both projects. Patsy Jones is the group's adviser.
Honor Society: Seated: John Barclay, Darin Colgan, Paul Pearson,
Lori Herron, Kenny Pellett, Tim Pearson, Carol Sapp. Standing:
Denny Lee, Debbie Stuverud, Kathy Wilson, Debbie Bowen, Tina
Webb, Kelly Pellett, Patsy Jones.
Beside: Burke Hendrix belts out a song on his "guitar," Lower left:
The unknown comic CVickie Rileyj cracks a few jokes while clown
Carol Sapp looks on. Above: Hootenany ringmaster Tim Pearson
introduces the next act. Below: Clown Kelly Pellett can't seem to
believe what she sees.
The varsity football team had a year of ups and
downs. They lost three games by a total of ten points.
The team had a good year offensively, scoring 220
points and rolling up 2,503 yards total offense. The
offense averaged 31 points a game and the defense
allowed only 16 points a game. Opponents gained
only 1,477 yards total offense. Steve Campbell led
the team in scoring with 70 points, and Bugs Bowen
led the team in total offense with 1,119 total yards.
Mohawk 18 - 16 Alsea
Valsetz 30 - 28 Alsea
Falls City 20 - 36 Alsea
OSSD 8 - 72 Alsea
Detroit 14 - 22 Alsea
Eddyville 6 - 0 Alsea
Triangle Lake 12 - 46 Alsea
Page 28: Upper right, Coach Hagler and Coach Drago plan game
strategy. Right: Jeff Woosley jogs back to the huddle. Page 29:
Upper left: Robert Webb looks on as Dave Hall gets tackled.
Upper middle: Shorty Bowen says, "What now Coach?" Upper
right: Steve Campbell attempts to break a tackle. Middle left: Tim
Pearson catches a pass. Middle right: Rhandy Van Volkenburg
grabs for the ball. Lower right: Steve Campbell and Dave Hall
clown around during a game. Lower right: Bugs Bowen carries the
Team Picture: Row 1: Shorty
Bowen, Austin Irwin, Max Hil-
debrand, Stephen Carpenter,
Kurt Stone, Paul Pearson, Matt
Webb, Jim Walter, Steve Camp-
bell, Darin Colgan, Dave Free.
Row 2: Coach Drago, Bugs
Bowen, John Barclay, Robert
Webb, Jeff Woosley, Dave Hall,
Tim Pearson, Rhandy Van Vol-
kenburg, Sam Free, Brian Cal-
deron, Coach Hagler.
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In summing up the year, Coach Schmidt said,
"There are no outstanding players: all the team
played well and improved immensely." He was
very pleased with the season considering the team
got off to a slow start and was inexperienced. The
varsity had five wins and nine losses. The JV's
had two wins and four losses. The varsity took
second in the Casco League Tournament.
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Page 30: Above: Tina Webb sets up a spike. Below: Jana
Weist plays good defense. Beside: Coach Schmidt calls a
sideline conference. Lower left: Kelly Pellett bumps the
ball. Page 31: Upper left: Kathy Wilson makes a save.
Lower left: Gina Hendrix sets up for a spike. Upper
right: Sandy Hildebrand stretches for a shot.
Team Picture: Row 1: Debbie Bowen, Coach Schmidt, Lisa
Woo ley. Row 2: Maxine Dallmann, Kelly Pellett, Carol Sapp,
Kathy Wilson. Row 3: Lori Heron, Vickie Riley, Jana Weist. .MMA-,,,,,,,,....,....
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The boys' varsity team had a very successful
year: they placed second in the state tournament.
An Alsea team has not been to state since 1974.
Second in their division of the league with an 8-
2 record, Alsea was the second place seed in the
district tournament. They defeated Falls City the
first night 60-46 and Detroit the second night 55-
53. At the state tourney in Baker they defeated
lone the first night 50-39, but lost to Powder Val-
ley the second night 69-60.
The team's overall record was 22-4. Craig
"Shorty" Bowen was leading scorer with 389.
Doug "Bugs" Bowen had the most steals-88 and
the most assists-125, and Rhandy Van Volkenburg
was leading rebounder with 225.
Above: Craig Bowen and Jim Walter are chosen for
First Team All-Stars at the state tourney. Beside:
Rhandy Van Volkenburg and Steve Campbell receive
the Second Team All-Star medals at the state
tourney. Upper right: Coach Drago gestures, "Hands
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Alsea 81 Mohawk
Alsea 74 Triangle Lake
Alsea 60 Detroit
Alsea 74 Santa Clara
Alsea 70 Eddyville
Alsea 58 Triangle Lake
Alsea 66 Mohawk
Alsea 54 Detroit
Alsea 58 Santa Clara
Alsea 60 Falls City
Alsea 55 Detroit
Alsea 50 Ione
Alsea 60 Powder Valley
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Above: Steve Campbell handles the ball with skill at the
state tournament. Below: Jim Walter hustles to steal the
ball. Upper left: Doug Bowen drives toward the basket
for a lay up. Beside: Rhandy Van Volkenburg puts up a
jump shot at t.he state tournament. Lower right: Craig
Bowen prepares to shoot at the state tourney game
against Powder Valley.
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"The JV's showed a lot of growth this year. We
started out disorganized, and got it together as a
team unit toward the middle of the season. This
year's team has a lot to offer the varsity basketball
team next year," said Coach Shoshin.
The JV's had a record of 11 wins and 11 losses. The
team worked well togetherg there was no dissension,
and all members displayed good sportsmanship. The
outlook for next year is good because there is a lot of
potential in this year's freshmen, who didn't get to
play much this year.
The most valuable player was David Free with 227
points. He was also the team captain and floor leader.
Steve Free was the most improved player. The player
with the most rebounds was Keith Lee-289. Austin
Irwin had the most steals - 43. Paul Pearson got the
most assists: he averaged 3.7 points per game.
Above: Keith Lee scores. Lower left: David Free goes up for
a shot. Below: Darin Colgan tears rebound away from de-
fense. Page 35: Beside: Austin Irwin drives the base line.
Middle right: The team takes a time out. Lower right: The
Shoshins enjoy a break before the game. Lower left: Paul
Pearson takes a jump shot.
Standing: Coach Shoshin, Kurt
Stone, Darin Colgan, Keith
Lee, Lonnie Holt, David Free,
Jimmy Ezell and James
Farrington. Kneeling: Paul
Pearson, Ben Olsen, Austin
Irwin, Mike Sapp, Steve Free
and Roy Scribner. Not
pictured: Kevin Hecht, David
Phelps and John Watson.
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Above: Debbie Bowen sets up the play. Below: Jana Weist
shoots from the side. Beside: Michelle Woosley gets ready
for a free throw. Lower left: Jana Weist tries for a jump ball
while Tina Webb gets ready to receive it.
lst row: Danny Vollendroff, Rocky Grimm, Kenny Pellett, Tim Pear-
son, Stephen Carpenter. 2nd row: Coach Hagler, Truman Jones, Bri-
an Calderon, Jim France, Jeff Woosley, Bill Tapp, Dave Hall.
Above: Brian Calderon attempts to pin his opponent. Be-
low: Tim Pearson tries to maneuver his opponent into a
better position. Upper right: Coach Hagler and Kenny Pel-
lett cheer Brian Calderon on. Beside: "He won't go down,"
says Dave Hall to Coach Hagler.
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Coach Hagler said, "The team had enough
experience this year that other teams noticed
us. We were invited to participate in more
Alsea hosted the District Wrestling Tour-
nament in February. Dave Hall qualified and
went to the state meet.
Their record was 33 wins-29 losses. The
team also scored more in the district meet
than they did last year. This year they scored
53g last year their score was 32.
Coach Shoshin felt the team had a "really super"
year. Alsea won the League Invitational Meet at Har-
risburg both boys and girls. Ninth place at district
put them at the top of our league.
Juniors, Shorty Bowen and Steve Campbell, quali-
fied for state in the shot putt and long jump. They
did not place at state, but gained experience they feel
will be helpful next year.
Track Team: lst row: Coach Shoshin, Stephen Carpenter, Gina
Hendrix, Maxine Dallmann. 2nd row: Doug Steeprow, Mark
Bauer, James Farrington, Kurt Stone, Roy Scribner, Danny Vol-
lendroff, Austin Irwin, Keith Lee. 3rd row: Asst. Coach Hagler,
Steve Campbell, Rhandy Van Volkenburg, Dave Hall, Sam Free,
Kenny Pellett, Jim France, Darin Colgan, Paul Pearson.
The cheerleaders went to cheerleading
clinics in Albany and Eugene to get cheer-
ing ideas, tips and routines. They also had
two bake sales and two sock hops for mon-
ey raising projects.
Alsea's varsity cheerleaders were: Cap-
tain Kathy Wilson, Sherri Borton and
Debbie Bowen. Junior varsity cheer-
leaders were: Captain Wendie Riley and
Tami Jo Hendrix. This year's mascot was
Vickie Riley, but she had to resign due to
an injury. Pam Parady served as their ad-
Above: Tami Jo Hendrix does a yell. Below: Wendie
Riley shows her enthusiasm. Upper right: Cheer-
leaders lead a yell at the state basketball tourney.
Beside and middle right: Debbie Bowen and Sherri
Borton do a routine at the state tourney. Lower left:
Kathy Wilson does a yell.
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Judy Juntunen taught Advanced English 11112
and 10th grade English. Spelling, vocabulary, litera-
ture, and competencies were emphasized.
Competencies and helping students in their weak
areas was stressed in Pam Parady's 12th grade Eng-
lish class. Patsy Jones' 11th grade English class
worked on competencies, other units included litera-
ture and the media. Mrs. Jones also taught Kingfish-
er which produced another issue of the magazine,
and readied another for publication.
Jim Schmidt was the 9th grade English teacher. In
addition to units like capitalization and punctuation,
outlining, the origins of words, the class worked on
passing their speech competencies.
Above: Rex Hendrix gets caught blowing a bubble when
he's supposed to be working on a magazine report in 11th
grade English. Beside: English teachers: Judy Juntunen,
Jim Schmidt, Patsy Jones, and Pam Parady.
Spanish was offered again this year when Jean
Lamb agreed to teach it. In addition to academic
work, at Christmas the class studied Christmas cus-
toms in Mexico, made mini-pinatas and metal
Above: Miss Lamb reads a tale in Spanish that the students
have heard before, "Little Red Ridinghoodf' Beside: Span-
ish students, Debbie Stuverud, Stephen Carpenter, Danny
Vollendroff and Ben Paul, listen attentively to Miss Lamb.
Above: Jim Schmidt gives final instructions at the
dress rehearsal. Below: John Barclay, the banker,
gets a few unkind words from Tim Pearson, the sea
captain, in "The Poor of Alseaf' Beside and middle
right: Seniors do the production, "The Cleanest
Town in the West." Below: The cast from "The Poor
of Alsea" assemble for a curtain call.
The speech and drama class put on one major production, a
melodrama, "The Poor of Alsea." They also did "Disco-locks
and the Three Boogie Bears" for the Hootenany. They also
spent time learning good speech techniques and doing sever-
al speeches. Jim Schmidt taught the class while Beth Dough-
man was on leave of absence.
Seniors, under the direction of Pam Parady, staged a short
comedy, "The Cleanest Town in the West," to raise money
for their senior trip.
J OURN ALI
Journalism class worked on the annual and the
Tin Hat Times. Major events for the year was the
annual signing party, a workshop sponsored by
American Yearbook, and the advertising campaign to
help finance the yearbook. Kelly Pellett served as
editor for the last two issues of the THTg she also was
chosen outstanding journalism student. Mrs. Jun-
tunen was the journalism teacher.
Below: Michelle Woosley takes pictures at a football game. Above:
Rhandy Xian Volkenburg shows off at the signing party. Upper
right: Steve Campbell and Kelly Pellett take a turn handing out
annuals. Beside: Bill Tapp, Jim Walter, Michelle Woosley, and
Jana Weist preview the annual at a yearbook workshop sponsored
by American Yearbook. Lower right: The journalism class: Jim
Walter, Steve Campbell, Kelly Pellett, Mrs. Juntunen, Michelle
Woosley, Sandy Hildebrand, Bill Tapp, and Rhandy Van Volken-
burg. fNot pictured: Jana Weistl
Above: Bill Tapp gets ready to develop some film. Upper left:
Tami Jo Hendrix and Mr. Mullenix puzzle over some film
Aside from learning how to use a camera, and
basic techniques in print developing, the photog-
raphy class did solarizing, postermaking, and
matching a picture with a poem. Some of their
work was displayed in the library, Jim Mullenix
taught the class which included five students:
Tina Webb, Kathy Wilson, Tami Jo Hendrix,
Rhandy Van Volkenburg, and Bill Tapp.
cassettes. Upper right: Tina Webb develops her film. Beside:
Kathy Wilson gets ready to make a print. Below: Rhandy Van
Volkenburg files an assignment.
Classes in P.E. this year went through the tradi-
tional games, but the new game was Norwegian
baseball. Vince Drago and Pam Parady taught the
11f12 coed P.E. class while Mr. Drago and Nancy
Westlund had the 9f10 coed P.E. class.
Mr. Drago also taught 10th grade health.
Below: Paul Pearson takes a swing at the ball. Beside: P.E.
teachers: Vince Drago, Pam Parady, and Nancy Westlund.
Below: Steve Free, Danny Vollendroff, Lori Herron, and La-
Donna Michael listen in health class. Beside: Mr. Drago tells
the class to play ball. Above: Mr. Drago teases the health class.
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Above: Lori Herron works in business lab. Beside:
Mr. Hagler and Carol Sapp discuss an assignment.
Above: Lonnie Holt, James Farrington, Ben Olsen,
and Ben Paul learn cake decorating. Beside: career
ed. teachers: Mrs. Westlund, Mr. Hagler, and Mr.
BU I ESS LAB
Mr. Hagler taught business lab and typing. He in-
cluded shorthand, bookkeeping, data processing, busi-
ness math, business machines, typing skills, and office
procedures in his business lab class.
Three teachers shared the career ed. class. Students
rotated every 12 weeks. Mr. Hagler directed office skills
and job application: Mr. Atwood had students work in
the shop and learn pruning and grafting. Mrs. Westlund
included cooking, child care, and textiles in her section.
It was a busy year for the library. Many books had
to be catalogued including the Cecil Hayden Collec-
tion. Mr. Hayden donated many books to the Alsea
High school classes used the library on a regular
basis for research and study. Mrs. Jones worked with
both secondary and elementary students. Students
worked on a variety of projects including mime, slide
tape shows, puppet making, video tape projects, and
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the mathfsciencefmedia fair. Upper left: Patsy Jones, librarian,
goes through the mail.
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Above: Tanja Jones, library aide, looks for material in the
vertical file. Below: Junette Zandofsky, library aide, gets
books ready to be checked out. Lower right: Mrs. Jones
shows one of the slide tape shows at the fair.
Science teachers this year were Jerry Phelps
who taught biology and advanced biology, Pe-
ter Shoshin who also taught biology, and Ron
Nicholson who taught chemistry.
Math teachers included Mr. Nicholson, Mr.
Shoshin, and Jim Hagler. This year the math
classes were all taught during one period to
allow for flexibility in student scheduling.
Above: Windpower was explored as a project at the science
fair. Below: Math teachers: Mr. Shoshin, Mr. Hagler, and
Mr. Nicholson. Beside: John Barclay and Truman Jones do
a computer program.
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Ecology, a new class, was taught by Peter Shoshin.
They studied food chains, identifying plants and in-
sects, and practical things like planning a garden.
The highlight of the year was a four day field trip
to an area near Grants Pass to study a different
ecological system. In addition to studying the envi-
ronment, the class hiked, swam, and panned for gold.
Above: Matt Webb, Steve Free, and James Farrington plan the
ecology field trip. Beside: Mr. Shoshin listens to suggestions.
The diversified occupations class not only stud-
ied career opportunities, they also did projects for
and around the school. They put next year's calen-
dar together, repainted the sign on Vernon Field,
and dug holes for benches that the construction
Above: Sam Free works on the calendar. Upper right: Tina
Webb plans the calendar for next year. Beside: Mr. Mullenix
makes sure the calendar sequence is correct.
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Mel Atwood taught industrial arts. His
classes did several projects. In the spring the
power mechanics class repaired lawn mowers.
The construction class built shelves for the
publications room and benches for outside.
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Nancy Westlund's home ec. classes worked on a number of
projects this year. They included canning, freezing, crocheting,
knitting, and sewing.
The advanced home ec. class served a Thanksgiving dinner to
the faculty and studied foreign foods.
Above: Mrs. Westlund scrapes a bowl. Beside:
Sandy Hildebrand and Brenda Lovett work on
their sewing projects.
Modern problems students did research on the
environment and criminal justice under the direc-
tion of their teacher, Jim Mullenix. Mr. Mullenix
also taught the U.S. History class for juniors.
The state and local government class sponsored
an interesting candidates' night for those running
for county commissioner.
The freshman geography class studied how
physical features affect world cultures. They also
did plaster of paris relief maps of Oregon. Vince
Drago taught both classes.
Upper left: County commissioner candidates, Richard
Wendland, Barbara Ross, and Inge McNeese participate in
Candidates' Night. Beside: Mr. Drago writes an assignment
on the board. Upper right: Michelle Woosley, Mr. Mullenix,
and Carol Sapp go through a U.S. history assignment.
Above: Dave Hall, Sam Free, and Tim Pearson listen to a
-lecture in modern problems. Below: The freshman geogra-
phy class does research in the library.
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Below: A weary crew boards the bus for the trip home.
Lower right: Some take a little time out to relax between
swims. Lower left: Tami Jo Hendrix splashes an unwary
swimmer. Beside: Carol Sapp, Kelly Pellett, and Wendie
Riley strike a bathing beauty pose. Upper left:
Everybody has a big appetite at lunchtime. Above: Max
Hildebrand decides the water is just a little too cold.
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Below: Danny Vollendroff and David Free play volleyball.
Lower left: Jimmy Ezell takes a whack at the ball. Beside:
The swimmers take over the float. Upper left: Michelle
Woosley and Brian Calderon relax after lunch. Above: Mr.
Mullenix, who is really Ronald McDonald in disguise, cooks
hamburgers while Paul Pearson and Doug Steeprow wait.
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Below: Jerry Phelps awards Rosie Stone a T-shirt for
helping with the advanced biology field trip.
Awards night was held May 22. Awards were given for
sports, scholarship, and special achievement. Among the
awards presented were:
CITIZENSHIP: Carol Sapp and James Farrington.
MOST IMPROVED STUDENTS: Steve Campbell and
OUTSTANDING DRAMA STUDENT: Vickie Riley
OUTSTANDING JOURNALISM STUDENT: Kelly Pel-
OUTSTANDING MATH STUDENT: Truman Jones
OUTSTANDING SCIENCE STUDENTS: Stephen Car-
penter and Vickie Riley.
ATHLETES OF THE YEAR: Steve Campbell, Craig
"Shorty" Bowen, and Gina Hendrix.
SPORTSMANSHIP: Tim Pearson
BOYS' STATE REPRESENTATIVES: Kenny Pellett
and Max Hildebrand.
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Below: The 1980-81 student body officers are presented. Middle left:
Jim Schmidt gives Vickie Riley the drama award. Upper left: Vince
Drago recognizes Gina Hendrix as one of the athletes of the year.
Above: Mr. Drago presents Shorty Bowen with the athlete of the year
award and Tim Pearson with the sportsmanship award.
The Junior-Senior Banquet was held May lst at
6:30 p.m. in the gym. Juniors decorated the stage
and tables with spring flowers while the junior
mothers prepared a sumptuous dinner. The pro-
gram included the senior wills and prophecy, and
certificates for each senior to point out something
for which they will be remembered.
Jim France and Louan Michael ruled the Jr.-Sr.
Prom, May 3rd. Juniors created a forest scene to
carry out their theme, "Enchanted Forest."
Swampgrass played and Carol Sapp made a guest
appearance with the band.
Below: Jr.-Sr. Prom Queen and King: Louan Michael and Jim
France. Lower left: Dave Hall and his mother converse at the ban
quet. Upper left: Mrs. Hendrix, Claudia Hendrix and Mr Hendrix
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enjoy the banquet. Upper right: Mr. Bowen, and Mr Atwood
adviser, chat while Danny Vollendroff serves. Above Jeff Woosley
receives his special award.
Graduation was held May 28. Ed Humble, su-
perintendent, presented the senior class while
Hank Schroeder, chairman of the school board
handed out the diplomas. Tim Pearson, valedicto-
rian, and John Barclay, salutatorian, gave speech-
es. Other seniors who participated in the ceremo-
ny were Jeff Woosley, who led the flag salute,
Dave Hall, who gave the welcome, Sherri Borton,
who gave the invocation, and Cathy Schreiber,
who led the benediction.
Jim Mullenix presented awards and scholar-
ships to Tim Pearson, Denny Lee, and John Bar-
clay. Tim was named an Oregon Scholar, an honor
reserved for the highest rated Oregon seniors.
Baccalaureate was held the evening before
graduation. David Kinman, minister of the Meth-
odist Church in Philomath was the speaker. Clau-
dia Hendrix, a member of the graduating class
sang at both ceremonies.
Graduation climaxed an exciting two weeks for
seniors which included their senior trip to Sun
River Lodge where they skied, played golf, went
horsebackriding, hiked, and played tennis, awards
night, and baccalaureate.
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Above: David Kinman gives the baccalaureate address. Up-
per right: Claudia Hendrix sings at baccalaureate. Middle
right: John Barclay gives the salutatorian speech. Beside:
Denny Lee and John Barclay walk through the arches.
Below: Rick Wolkau receives his diploma from Hank
Schroeder. Above: Claudia Hendrix and Cathy Schreiber
wait for graduation to begin.
Below: Valedictorian Tim Pearson gets ready for gradu-
ation. Lower left: Jeff Woosley and Brenda Lovett walk
through the arches. Middle left: Doug "Bugs" Bowen and
Louan Michael walk through the arches. Upper left: Dave
Hall and Bugs Bowen stand in the reception line.
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Upper left: The Jr. High choir sings at the Christmas program. Above:
The 7th graders listen to a math lecture. Below: In 8th grade science,
Mr. Phelps goes over some questions. Beside: Michelle Beggarly dis-
plays her cake creation for 8th grade home ec. Lower right: Sherry
Howey lets out a yell.
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The 7th grade had many moneymaking
projects to earn over 53200. They tied with the
juniors during Spirit Week and won a day
long skiing trip to Hoodoo.
Officers were: President Melissa Dair, Vice
President Teresa Riley, Secretary Eric
Phelps, Treasurer Marianne Lang, Sgt.-at-
arms Jesse Sapp. Class adviser was Jerry
The 8th grade held a successful Halloween
disco sock hop, and had several money-mak-
Officers were President Cammie Dair, Vice
President Joni Hendrix, Secretary Adrienne
Hill, and class representatives, Jeff
Schroeder and Page Neilson. Class adviser
was Jim Hagler.
8th Grade: lst Row: Sarah Irwin, Michelle Beggarly, Wendy Chance, Page Neilson, Eddie Hildebrand, Janet Paul,
Jeff Schroeder. 2nd Row: Joe Hendrix, Adrienne Hill, Donnie Pellett, Steve Jones, Cammie Dair, Joni Hendrix,
Ginger Weist, Bob France.
7th Grade: 1st Row: Robert Tapp, Teresa Riley, Sherry Howey, Anthony Chance, Jesse Sapp. 2nd Row: Eric Phelps,
Bob Griffith, Marianne Lang, Tony Free, Kevin Holt. 3rd Row: Todd Strom, Melissa Dair, Jason Purkis, Brian
Phelps, Joe Stancil, Lori Steeprow. Not pictured: Daovonne Sanovan and Rosie Fomai.
Upper left: Jeff Schroeder, Joe Hendrix, and Bob France take
advantage of spring weather to study outside. Beside: Cammie
Dair and Page Neilson prepare a meal in home ec. Lower left:
Rosie Fomai and Anthony Chance put their folders together in
English. Upper right: Daovonne Sanovan and Sherry Howey
look up from their English project. Above: Eric Phelps, Kevin
Holt, Todd Strom, and Brian Phelps work on a math assign-
ment. Below: Joe Hendrix takes part in the pep assembly on
Hat Day during Spirit Week.
Kindergarten: Ist row: Gina
Follett, Joseph Butterworth,
Greta Jones, Jason O'Brien,
Dave Griffith, Soren Rounds,
Janina Batten, Jennifer
Schmidt, Misty Hendrix,
Rhonda Wischnofske. 2nd row:
Delcina Phelps, Will Howey,
John Ritchey, August
Pettypool, Kate Schwarzler,
Tina Davis, Mrs. Stephens,
Shane Beard, Andrew
Kalishman, Jasper Titman,
Israel Anderson. Not pictured:
Carl King, George Laiblin,
2nd Grade: Standing: Brice Win-
ney, Bret Davis, Robyn Nelson,
Pam Dunbar, Kristina Sapp,
Valerie Corbit, Mr. Pearson,
Craig Dixon, Cary Valencia,
Buffy Irwin, Miles Bundy, Jer-
emy Sapp, Tammy Batten, Carol
Griffith. Kneeling: Ben Hendrix,
Shawn Webb, Toni Davis, Kala
Rounds, Sam Hendrix. Sitting:
Russell McDaniels, Chris Dair,
Velye Sanouban, Dawn Webb,
Christy Pettypool. Not pictured:
Olin Green, John Fomai.
Ist Grade: lst row: Mr. Kozick,
Paul Beggarly, Chris Klym, Dara
Sanouban, Fawn Batten, Krista
Phelps, Melanie Thain. 2nd row:
Jimmy Hendrix, Harry Fomai,
Heather Bullock, Dennis Boa-
tright, Juanita Spann, Robbie
Hanson, B.J. Katzeek, Michelle
Neuman. Not pictured: Chrissy
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Phelps, Christy Griffith, Dori Jones, Tim France. Second row: Syrena Glade, Kathy Kendall, Tracey Meeds, Heather Dair,
Shelly Davis, Mike Borton, Carl Griffith, Bill Spann, Ken Dunbar.
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