Amity High School - Amitonian Yearbook (Amity, OR)
- Class of 1975
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Looking through past annuals and talking to a few old alumni of Amity High School, I have learned some inter-
esting facts. The first yearbook from Amity High was for the fiscal year 1916-17. It was called the "YTIlVlA"
lAmity spelled backwardsl. The second annual was published for the 1924-25 school year. It was called "Oak
Hills". CThere was some discussion as to whether it should be called "YTIlVlA II" or not.1 The third annual, the
first "Amitonian", was put out in 1937. It was mimeographed and published by the student body, funded by money-
raising projects sponsored by the students. In 1938, the second "Amitonian" was published, but from 1939 to 1944,
AHS went without a yearbook, due to war. The "Amitonian" was published again, in 1945, and has been published
annually ever since, making this the 35TH yearbook to come from Amity High School, and the 33RD volume of
THE TANIITONIAN 1975 Contents
Amity High scno-an Efilcflfow Z
Amity, Oregon 97101 ACADEMICS 8
V0 I U mme CLASSES 35
O RGANIZA T10 NS 49
. FEATURES 67
Advisor-Nlrs. Carol Ottaway SPO RTS 93
Editor-Mary Ann Satalich ADVERTISING 113
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This 1975 annual is dedicated to the School
Board, past and present, in appreciation for
all the things they have done for our school.
The following is a list of school board members
who have served Amity High School in the
past 22 years.
Harry Wilcox Don Walker
James McKenney Marvin DeRaeve
Roy LaFollet John Bauer
Merle Williams Phil Meeker
John Heffley Milton Fanning
James Riha Elton Ingram
John Bowers Carl Dauenhauer
Carl Wood Eugene Rohde
Denzil Wilson Alen Halter
Roy Wright Marlys Johnson
Edwin Keltner John Walker
1975 School Board Members, LEFT T0 RIGHT: Eugene Rohde,
Carl Dauenhauer, John Walker, Marlys Johnson, Alen Halter.
Administration 81 Faculty
It is my belief that an educational
program should provide young
people with the traits of self-
discipline and self-motivation.
Plato once said: "A good educa-
tion consists of giving to body and
soul all the beauty and all the
perfection of which they are
A high school education is not to
amuse students or to make them
experts. Education should assist in
opening unsettled minds, widening
one's horizons, and inflaming
one's intellectual ability to think
by using good reasoning and logic
in challenging the problems that
all of us are sure to face.
Good luck in the future and may
success be yours.
Mr. Bill Buffum, Principal
Nlr. Jack VonRuden, Vice Principal
TOP LEFT. LEFT TO RIGHT: Mr. Cooper-Chorus,
Swing Choir. Mr. Snoen-Band. TOP RIGHT. LEFT TO
RIGHT: Mr. Armstrong- Drafting, Woodworking,
Building Construction, Shop. Mr. Coleman-Counselor.
Mr. Martin-Career Education Coordinator. Mr.
Juenemann-Ag, Power Mechanics, Welding, Shop.
MIDDLE RIGHT. LEFT TO RIGHT: Mr. Hagglund-
Biology, Science, Driver Training. Mrs. Rupers-Math,
Chemistry. Mr. Cartmill-9th Math, P.E. Mr. Geraths-
Social Studies, World Cultures. BOTTOM LEFT. Re-
tiring janitor Mr. Willis. BOTTOM MIDDLE. Mrs.
McKee-Laundry. BOTTOM RIGHT. Mr. Hutchings,
TOP LEFT. STANDING, LEFT TO RIGHT:
Mrs. Bates, Mrs. Wood-Attendance Officers
Mrs. Bonnett- Deputy Clerk. SITTING,
LEFT TO RIGHT: Mrs. Smith, Mrs.
Lahley-Office Secretaries. TOP RIGHT.
LEFT TO RIGHT: Mrs. Imlah-Library
Aide. Mrs. Curyea- Librarian. MIDDLE
LEFT. STANDING, LEFT TO RIGHT: Mrs.
Ottaway- Business. Mrs. Wyffels-Home
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Ec. Mrs. Miles-Spanish. SITTING: Mrs.
Loudenback-Typing and Art. BOTTOM
LEFT. LEFT TO RIGHT: Miss Farris-
Drama and English. Miss Wells-English.
Miss Mills-P.E. and Journalism. BOTTOM
RIGHT. Mr. Morton-Special Education,
Mrs. Buczynski-Special Education Aide.
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TOP LEFT: Nlr. Armstrong shows the
Building Construction class the steps in
putting down a new formica top on the
office counter. TOP RIGHT: Mr. Armstrong
helps Donovan during Drafting. BOTTOM
RIGHT: Alan Patty is priming his boards for
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is working at the lathe in the shop during
his Advanced Ag class.
TOP LEFT: Jenny Kansier, 2nd period office girl, goes
from room to room taking attendance. TOP RIGHT: Rick
Cronk, Jack Crabtree, and Rory Fuller learn to drive the
Ag tractor. BOTTOM RIGHT: Cathy Ojua learns how to
use the electronic printing machine as part of Office
Procedures class. BOTTOM LEFT: Valerie Harmon and
Rhonda Woodward practice their skills on the Dictaphone
during Office Procedures.
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TOP LEFT: Deanna Moore sews
on a pair of pants during her
Clothing II class. TOP RIGHT:
Debby Lee and Ruth Hayes
prepare a going away dinner
for Mrs. Wood: in Foods II.
MIDDLE RIGHT: Mr. Cartmill's
9th Math class struggle with
equations. BOTTOM RIGHT:
Chemistry students working
with acids. BOTTOM LEFT:
Doug McKee works on his graphs
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TOP RIGHT: The Band class practicing
diligently during class. MIDDLE: Diane
Beals letters a sign in Caligraphy. BOT-
TOM: Chorus learning a new song.
TOP LEFT: A sophomore Driver's Ed student driving
with Nlr. Coleman. TOP RIGHT: Nlr. Cartmill instructing
the freshman P.E. class during Health. BOTTOM RIGHT:
Diana Vario works on the parallel bars during Advanced
P.E. MIDDLE LEFT: Lynda Crabtree and Jim Anderson
silk-screen posters during Art.
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The class of '75 will have alot of happy memo-
ries of AHS to think back upon in the years to
come. They started out the year mostly making
plans for graduation arid it continued until that
final moment. We welcomed the underclassmen
by sponsoring a "Be Mean to UnderClassmen
Week" in which no underclassmen were allowed
in the Student Center. In October we selected
Rhonda Woodward as our Homecoming Princess
and Callie Young was chosen as Homecoming
Queen 1975. In December the senior girls worked
hard on the Christmas window. Their hard work
was well worth it as the seniors grabbed first
place. We earned money throughout the year by
holding a cake raffle and a car bash in the
spring. In April we put on the senior class play
entitled "The Curious Savage." Bonnie Wilson
and Cathy Ojua received awards for best actresses
whlie Doug McKee and Alan Patty were the best
actors, scene stealers were Pam!,Hackworth and
Tom Callander. On April 17 the Junior-Senior
Banquet was held at the Elks Lksdge. The Prom
was held on April 19 and it was one that will
never be forgotton as the band was "Blackhawk
County." We elected Mary Ann Satalich as our
princess and Kathleen Reynolds was the Prom
Queen for 1975. When May Day came around
we elected Bonnie Wilson as senior class prin- -
cess, Cathy Ojua as Crown Princess, and May
Day Queen for 1975 was Debbie Hubbard. The
Senior Class officers, LEFT TO RIGHT: Jac: Nielsen
SGT. AT ARMS, Bonnie Wilson-PRESIDENT, Mary Ann
Satalich-SECRETARY-TREASURER, Ronnie Lee VICE
PRESI DEN T- Bonnie Wilson
flunk trip to Sun River was the final event before
our last uniting at graduation which was held on
ADVISORS: Jack VonRuden, Marianne Mills, James
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DIANE IRENE ASCHIIVI
FHA 1,2,3,4, Reporter 37 FTA
1,2,3,4, GRA 1,2,3,47 FB LA 3,
Reporter 37 Inklings 3,47 Track 2.
COREY DEAN BINGHAM
Baseball 2,3,4j Basketball 3,
Manager 1,27 Football 3,47 Track
47 Boy of'IVIonth April 4.
ALAN J. BRANDON
FFA 1,2,3,4, President 47 Basket-
ball 1,2,3,4, Football 3,47 Track
27 Boy of the Month Dec. 4.
DOUGLAS EARL BROWN
FFA 1,2,3, Assist. Sec. 1, Secre-
tary 2, President 37 Baseball 1,27
Football 1,21 Swing Choir 3,4.
Annual 2,32 Band 1,2,3,4, Librarian
1,2, Pres. 47 FHA 2,3,4, President
47 Pep Club 1,2,3,47 Varsity Rally
47 Student Council 2,42 Student
Senate 37 Track 2,37 Basketball
2,37 Volleyball Nlang. 37 Junior
Class Play, Nlay Day Princess 2.
JANEAN LORAE BUCZYNSKI
FTA 2,3,4, Vice President 47
Inklings 2,3,4, Assist. Ed. 37 Editor
47 Pep Club 2,3,47 Varsity Rally
37 Student Council 3,42 Soph.
Class Secretary7 Homecoming
THOMAS CRAIG CALLANDER
FFA 2,3,4j VICA 3,47 President
47 Wrestling 1,2,3, Outstanding
Wrestler 37 Senior Class Play,
BRUCE ALLEN COMPTON
Chorus 1,2,37 FFA 1,2,3,4,
Secretary 47 Student Council 17
Freshman Class President,
Basketball 1,2,3,4Q May Day
DARLENE KAY CORNUTT
Chorus 17 GRA 1,27 Basketball 2.
DEBORAH ANNE COOPER
FHA 2,3,47 Pep Club 47 Football
Varsity Rally 47 FNA 2,3,47 Track
Manager 37 Junior Class Play 37
Junior May Day Princess.
XPAMELA ANN HAcKvvoRTH
Annual 1,2,3,4, Sports Ed. 3,47
Band 1,22 FHA 1,2,3,47 FTA 47
GRA 1,2,3,47 Inklings 37 Pep
Club 1,2,3,41 Student Council,
gt. at Arms 4, Manager 47 Basket-
all Scorekeeper 1,2,3,47 Basket-
all 1,3,4, Most Outstanding Player
,47 Track 1,3,4, Manager 27
Volleyball 1,2,3,4, Outstanding
Senior 4, Honorary Captain 47
Senior Class Play, Scene Stealer7
lProm Princess 37 Girl of Month
VALERIE JOY HARMON
Transfer from Franklin High
School, Portland, Oregon 4.
PHILLIP RAY DAVIS
Transfer from Dayton 27 Football
1,47 Track 17 Wrestling 1.
JODY MAE DIETER
Band 17 Chorus 37 Drill Team 2,3
FHA 1,22 FTA 17 GRA 1,2, Vice
Pres. 27 Pep Club 1,2,3,4j Varsity
Rally 4, Queen 47 Volleyball 17
Junior Class Playp Senior Class
JODEE LEE HATCH
FFA 2,37 FHA 17 FNA 27 GRA
1,2,37 Pep Club 1,2,37 Baskteball
27 Track 17 Volleyball 1,2.
DENNIS DEAN HERSHA
Chorus 1,27 FFA 3,47 Baseball
Nlan. 27 Basketball Man 37 Foot-
ball Man 1,27 Wrestling lVlan 17
VICA 3,4, Treas. 3, Vice Pres. 4.
JERE' LEA HOWITT
Annual 2,3,4, Classes Ed. 4,
Photographer 47 Chorus 27 FHA
2,3,47 FNA 27 Pep Club 2,3,4, Sec.
47 Volleyball 27 FBLA 3,4,
Treas. 47 Junior Class Play7 Home
coming Princess 2.
DEBRA LAVELLE HUBBARD
FHA 1,2,3,4j FNA 2,37 Pep Club
1,2,3,47 Varsity Football Rally 47
IVlay Day Queen 4.
EDNIUND RAY LEE
Chorus 37 Student Senate 2,41
Basketball 1,2,3,4, Football
1,2,3,47 Track 2,3,47 Junior Class
Pres.7 Junior Class Play, Best
Actor7 May Day Escort 37 Boy of
the Month Jan. 37 Boy of Month
RICHARD RUSSELL KURZ
FFA 1,22 Sophomore Vice Presi-
BEVERLY DIANNE LUX
Annual 47 Chorus 2,3,47
FFA 27 FTA 4.
RONALD PAUL LEE
Student Senate 37 Senior Class
Vice. President7 Junior Class
Play, Senior Class Play, May Day
KEVIN MICHAEL McCALLIE
Band 17 Chorus 27 FTA 27 Student
Council 37 Student Body Manager Y
37 Football 1,2,3,4j Wrestling
.1,2,3,4, Outstanding Wrestler 2,32
DOUG LAS DEAN McKEE
Annual 1,22 Chorus 37 FFA
1,2,3, Reporter 2,37 Stu-
dent Council 2,3,4j Foot-
ball 1,2,3,47 BaQball
1,37 Wrestling 17 Fresh-
.man Class Pres.7 Junior
Class Play7 Senior Class
l Play, Best Actor 47 May
Day Escort 2,4, Boy of
A the Month Feb. 37 Boy
of the Month Sept. 47
Graduation Marshall 37
Student Body Sgt. at
Arms 37 Student Body
President 47 Boy of Year 4.
CHERY L ANNETTE MELHEIM
Chorus 2,37 Inklings 4, Page
Editor 47 Pep Club 1,2.
JERRY 'LEON MOORE
FFA 17 Baseball 2,42 Track 4.
ARNOLD P. MORTZHEIM
Student Council 47 Track 1,2,3,47 7
Wrestling 37 Junior Class Play.
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Chorus 47 Baseball 1,2,3,47
Basketball 17 Football 1,2,3,4
REBECCA LEE MURRAY
Annual 1,2,3,4, Organization
Ed. 3,47 Chorus 1,3,47 Drill
Team 1,47 FTA 1,2,3,47
GRA 1,2,3,47 Inklings 37
Swing Choir 3,47 Pep Club
1,2,37 Varsity Rally 3, J.V.
Rally 27 Student Senate 47
Asst. Student Body Treas. 37
Student Body Treas. 47
Spanish Club 37 FB LA 37
Junior Class Playj Volley-
ball 1,2,3,4. Most Insnira-
tional Player 3,42 Girl of Month
JACQUELYN SUE NIE LSEN
Band 1,27 GRA 27 Inklings 37
Basketball 2,3,42 Track 1,47
CATHY JEAN OJUA
FHA 2,3,47 FTA 2,3,4Q Pep Club
2,3,47 Varsity Rally 37 Student
Council 47 Student Body Sec. 47
Track 2,42 Freshman Class Sec.-
Treas.7 Junior Class Sec.-Treas.7
FBLA 3,4, Vice Pres. 3,4, State
Reporter 47 Homecoming Princess
17 Junior Class Play7 Senior Class
Play, Best Actress7 Nlay Day Crown
Princess 47 Girl of the Month Oct.
47 Girl of Year 4.
Sophomore Class Sgt. at Arms7
Senior Class Sgt. at Arms7 Senior
Class Play7 Homecoming Princess
KATHLEEN LEOTA REYNOLDS
Chorus 27 FHA 1,2,37 FTA 3,41
GRA 1,22 Pep Club 1,2,3,4j
Volleyball 17 Prom Queen 4.
RANDYL CLAY REYNOLDS
FFA 1,2,3,47 Football 2,3.
ALAN LYLE PATTY
Transfer from Concordia High
School, Concordia, Calif. 37
Fencing 1,22 Sadotar 17 Concord
High Assoc. of Rocketry 1,2, Vice
'Pres. 1, Pres. 17 FFA 3,42 Track 47
Senior Class Play, Best Actor7 Boy
of the Month Oct. 4.
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SUZANNE EILEEN ROSENBALM
Annual 3,4, Faculty Ed. 4,
Photographer 47 FFA 2,3,4, Reporter
47 GRA 47 Basketball 2,3,4,
Honorary J.V. Captain 47 Track
1,2,3,47 Junior Class Play, Senior
Class Play, Girl of the Month Jan.
37 Girl of the Month Dec. 4.
BRUCE ALVIN RUTSCHMAN
Band 1,27 FFA 1,2,3,47
Junior Class Play7 VICA 3, Par-
MA RY ANN SATA LICH
Annual 1,2,3,4, Editor 47 FTA
2,37 GRA 1,2,3, Sec. 37 Student
Council 47 Junior Class Vice
PYGSQ Senior Class Sec.-Treas.7
Junior Class Play, Spanish Club 37
FBLA 3,47 Girl of the Month Sept.
47 Prom Princess 4: Valedictorian
CHARLEESE JEAN SCHMOKER
Band 17 Chorus 1,2,3,47 Swing
Choir 47 FB LA 37 Salutatorian 4
DONNA MARIE SIMON
Band 2,3, Librarian 37 Chorus
3,47 FHA 17 FTA 1,2,3,47 Student
Senate 17 Pep Club 1,2,3,4Q
Swing Choir 3,41 Student Council
1,2,47 Student Body Manager 47
Wrestling Rally 2,37 Queen 37
Basketball 37 Track 1,27 Volley-
ball 17 Spanish Club 27 Junior Class
Play, Best Actress7 Senior Class
JAMES MICHAEL TA LLMAN
BONNIE KIM WILSON
Annual 1,2,3,4, Senior Ed. 47 FTA
1,2,3,47 GRA 1,2,3,47 Inklings 4,
Illustrator 47 Pep Club 1,2,3,4
President 47 Varsity Rally 3, Queen
27 Student Council 3,42 FBLA 3,42
Spanish Club 2,32 Volleyball2,3,4,
Most Improved Player 37 Junior
Class PIay7 Senior Class Play,
Best Actress7 May Day Princess 47
Girl of the Month Mar. 37 Girl
of the Month Nov. 4.
RHONDA LAUREEN WOODWARD
FHA 1,2, FTA 1,2,3,4Q GRA 1,21
Pep Club 1,2,3,4j Wrestling Rally
1,2, Queen 27 Student Council 27
FBLA 3,4, Sec. 3,47 Homecoming
DIANA LYNN VARIO
Band 1,2,3,4, Vice Pres. 47
Chorus 2,3,47 FHA 27 Swing
Choir 3,47 Track 3,4.
SHERRY LEE WEL LIVER
FHA 17 Pep Club 17 Track 1
THOMAS MITCHE Ll.
, KIM J. vom RUDEN
LINDA JEANNE vvoon
DONOVAN DUANE ZOOK
FFA 27 Sophomore Class
DENISE JEAN HERSHA
FHA 1,2,37 FNA 27
GRA 1,2,37 Pep Club
1,2,3,3Q Wrestling Rally
47 Volleyball 1,2.
PAMELA LEE YEADON
FHA 1,2,3,4, Treas. 37
FTA 1,2,3,4, Sec.-Treas.
27 Student Council 17
Pep Club 1,2,3,47 FB LA
3,4, President 4, Dist.
Vice Pres. 47 Girl of the
Month Jan, 4,
CALLIE JEAN YOUNG
Drill Team 27 FHA 1,2,3,
Treas. 27 GRA 2,3,4,
Vice Pres. 47 Inklings 3,4
Pep Club 1,2,3,47 Track
17 Homecoming Princess
Outstanding Chorus Member-
Building Construction Award-
Outstanding Swing Choir Member-
Outstanding Senior Instrumental Musician-
Outstanding Service in Bldg. Construction-
hd Lee Alan Patty
Outstanding Member in Home Ec- Tony Neufeldt Endersby Spirit Award-
Debbie Cooper Pam Hackworth
Betty Crocker Award- Journalism Award- Annual Award-
Mary Ann Satalich Janean Buczynski Mary Ann Satalich
Senior Class Play Awards: Best Actresses-Bonnie Wilson and Cathy Ojua.
Best Actors-Alan Patty and Doug McKee. Scene Stealers-Pam Hackworth
and Tom Cal lander.
Perfect Attendance- Girl of the Year- Boy of the Year-
Charleese Schmoker Cathy Ojua Doug McKee
Bruce Rutschman - - - . .
Outstanding Senior Girl- Outstanding Senior Boy-
Donovan Zook Bonnie Wilson Doug McKee
Bessie Sorensen Scholarship- Chemeketa Scholarship- Lions Club Scholarship-
Bonnle Wilson Norina Brown Susie Rosenbalm
Doug M c Kee
SENIOR Goor AWARDS
Most Athletic Boy - Kevin McCallie Best Physique - Jerry Moore .
Most Athletic Girl - Pam Hackworth 56512 Fi9UI'e ' Rhonda Woodward
Most Contagious Laugh Bonnie Wilson
Best Looking Bruce Compton, Ron Lee, Bev Lux
Most likely to remain an old maid-Pam Yeadon
Best excuses for getting out of class-Janean Buczynski
Best sense of humor-Jaci Nielsen, Callie Young
Most Outstanding-Mary Ann Satalich
Most forgotten sensor- Dennis Hersha
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Senior Flunk Trip
On Nlay 23rd the Senior Class of '75 loaded themselves
onto a bus to Sun River, Nlr. Coleman'svanwith10-speed
bikes, and lVIrs. Hatch's pick up with more bikes and food
galore! Under the watchful supervision of lVlr. VonRuden,
lVlr. Coleman, Miss lVlills, lVlr. Jeff Howard, and lVlrs.
Hatch we were headed for our destination. The main topi
of conversation for the first two and ahalfhourswas, "How
much longer until we stop and eat?" We finally arrived
at "The Gallery" in Sisters where we ate breakfast. We
arrived in Sun River at about 10:00. The day was spent
playing keep away in the pool, bike riding, horseback
riding, golfing, canoeing, just plain laying around in the
sun, and most important of all EATING! About 8:00 p.m.
we loaded everything back up and we were on our way
back to Amity. But we couIdn't make it without at least
one outhouse stop at Suttle Lake with a line of about 50
desperate seniors waiting patiently for their turn. As the
long ride wore on all you could see in front of you were
everyone's feet dangling over the seat in front of them.
At least one person in every seat slept while the other
one sat uncomfortably wide awake in one position and
acted as a pillow. I'm sure every senior will never forget
all the good times spent in that day with their fellow
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The 1975 Valedictorian for Amity was
Mary Ann Satalich. She has been an active
member on the Annual Staff all four years
of high school and her senior year served as
the Amitonian Editor. She has also been a
member of the Future Teachers of America
and the Girls Recreation Association. She
received the Betty Crocker Homemaker
award her senior year and also the Daughters
of the American Revolution Good Citizen-
ship Award. She has an accumulative GPA
of 3.89 and plans to attend Oregon State
University in the fall to major in Office
Administration. She plans on becoming a
secretary upon completing her education.
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Charleese Schmoker was awarded Saluta-
torian for Amity High. She was an active
member of the Future Business Leaders of
America in her junior and senior years.
Charleese was also involved in the choral
department by participating in Chorus and
Swing Choir. Her senior year she received
an Outstanding Vocal Award and also an
award for perfect attendance. During her
years at Amity she obtained an accumula-
tive GPA of 3.79. Charleese plans on
attending Chemeketa Community College
in the fall to pursue a career as a profes-
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On Sunday June lst in the high
school gymnasium, the Senior
Class of 1975 were united for the
final time before receiving their
diplomas. The Senior Swing Choir
members joined for the final time
with the resl: of the Swing Choir to
sing'two songs for entertainment.
It was a day that I'm sure will
never be forgotton by any of those
sitting upon the stage in royal blue
caps and gowns. lVlany tears were
shed, some of happiness to be
moving on, and some of sadness to
be leaving behind the friends we
had made. But most of all we were
faced with the reality of a new
beginning and anotherchange.
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Advisors-LEFT TO RIGHT: Miss
Farris, Miss Wells, Mrs. Curyea
Officers-STANDING: Brad Johnson
President, SEATED, LEFT, FRONT
T0 BACK: Kathy Schulz-Treasurer
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Callander. BACK ROW, LEFI' TO RIGHT: Sue Baker,
Mark Marshall, Sue Rosenbalm, Mrs. Ottaway, Maureen
Spurgeon, Lesa Pendergraft, Kristi Olson, Mary Batz,
Nelda Ruiz, Debbie Shilhanek, Kathy Schulz, Lynn Baker,
Mary Ann Satalich. BOTTGNI ROW: Jannell Warrick,
Jere' Howitt, Cheryl Rutschman, Mary Ann Jackson,
Shannon Bingham Robin Schoon, Jamie DeRaeve, Becky
Nlurray, Bonnie Vifilson.
Student Council Members-TOP ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Mary Ann Satalich-Annual Editor, Becky Murray-
Treasurer, Norina Brown-Rally Representative, Cathy Ojua-Secretary, Janean Buczynski-Inklings. BOT-
TONI ROW: Donna Simon-Nlanager, Cindy Miller-Vice Pres., Doug McKee-President, Jenny Kansier-
Assistant Treasurer, Pam Hackworth-Sargeant-At-Arms.
The Student Council members have been active this year
in many ways to benefit the school and the students. The
Student Council, with the help of other students and
administration, succeeded in changing the dress code to
allow girls to wear jeans for the first time. They also
worked on changing the Student Center to make it more
comfortable for students. The constitution went through
a revision by the Student Council which was badly needed.
This year there was a big step for the female students in
the school. Girls have always been active in government,
but never before have so many girls ran for, and won,
important offices in Student Council. The end of the year
showed many people to be interested in our school govern-
ment and this is very good because this is what leads to
many important accomplishments.
Student Body President-Doug lVlcKee, Advisor-
Student Senate Members-BACK ROW, LEFT T0 RIGHT: David Halter, Cammie Downing,
Diane Beals, Cindy Nliller, Nancy Wood, Mike Farris, Jim Anderson. FRONT: Becky Murray.
Student Council Representatives-BACK ROW, LEFT T0 RIGHT: Jerry Buczynski, Rex Swalftzendruber,
Janice Rohde, Delvin Zook, Jerri Blackwell, John Nlc Laughlin. SECOND ROW, LEF'I' TO RIGHT:
Teresa Tresham, Bonnie Wilson, Debbie Shilhanek. FRONT: Brad Johnson.
Members STANDING, LEFT TO RIGHT: Terry Westfall, Randy Ojua, John Nlc Laughlln BACK ROW Nancy
Wood, Pam Dauenhauer, Mark Holt, Diana Vario, Bill Westfall, Doug Nlclvlullen, Doug Drader, Chris Brown,
Bruce Rutschman, Dan Batz, James Rosenbalm. FRONT ROW: Nlr. Snoen, Becky Nlelhelm, Cheryl Rutschman,
Lynn Baker, Virginia Wolner, Sharol Rosenbalm.
This year, as always, the Amity High
Band did a very good job at all of their
performances. Amity's Band has two
jobs which they have to carry out. One
is to be a band to perform at concerts
and go to competitions, and the other is
to be a pep band, During the Basketball
season the pep band gets its biggest
workout. They play at the games during
theseason and also at most pep assemblies.
The other side of the band is one that
performs at the Winter and Spring con-
certs. They also play for Nlay Day and
Members-TOP: Loren Stairs. SECOND ROW: Donna Simon, Diane Hersha,
Lesa Pendergraft, Norina Brown, John Barker, Jerry Buczynski, Bonnie
Wilson, Rhonda Woodward. THIRD ROW: Advisor-Nlr. Coleman, Joni
Boggan, Beth Carrico, Mary Ann Jackson, Shannon Bingham, Lynn Baker,
Bev Lux, Mary Ann Satalich, Becky Murray. FRONT ROW: Anne Fischer,
Teresa Tresham, Cathy Ojua, Virginia Wolner, Linda Farrell, Janean
Buczynski, Pam Yeadon.
In the past years, Future Teachers of
America have placed members in the
Grade School and various high school
classes. But, this year, F.T.A. has been
working towards the involvement of mem-
bers in the class room as student teachers
rather than teacher aids. It has been a
long, difficult, and tedious process to
change the conceptions of the faculty and
. students, but we are confident that we have
made progress and the coming year will be
Officers and Advisor-LEFT TO RIGHT: g
Pam Yeadon-Sec.-Tres., Janean Buczynski- Faosfv me s
Vice-Pres., Mr. Coleman-Advisor, Cathy
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Choir were very active with
various events at school and in the
community. The Kiwanis Club in
McMinnville invited both groups
to perform on KMCM along with
other high school groups around the
area. The annual Winter and
Spring concerts were held and both
choral groups did very well. The
Swing Choir performed for various
things such as FB LA District
Competition and on a tour around
to different schools. The chorus
performed for the Lions Variety
Show and at a community church.
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, egg ' ,Lw.f'- - ' BOTTOM ROW:' Debbie Mories, DeeDee Callander, Anne Fischer, Diana
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Chorus-TOP ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Anne Fischer, Kathy Schulz, Teresa Tresham, Mark Holt, Bruce Hubbard,
James Cram, Chris Brown, Mike Melheim,DarryI Walker, Steve Welliver, Dale Moore, Howard Kline, Rex
Swartzendruber. SECOND ROW: Bev Lux, Stacy Fuller, Debbie Lee, Sally Gonzales, Tami Schwarten, Maureen
Spurgeon, Mary Batz, Laurie Cooper, Debbie Mories, Terri Voepel, Sandy Welliver, Becky Murray, Nathan Zook,
THIRD ROW: Charleese Schmoker, Anita Stephenson, Lynn Baker, Shari Rima, Carla Keeton. BOTTOM ROW:
Shannon McCallie, Jannell Warrick, Lisa Lofton, Jerri Blackwell, Cammie Downing, Teresa Presnall, Tammy
Gould, Deloris Brown, Cindy Volland, Norma Ritacca, Connie Volland.
Members-TOP ROW, LEFT T0 RIGHT: Pam Yeadon, Mary Ann Jackson, Debbie
Cooper, Nelda Ruiz, Norina Brown, Cindy Miller, Debbie Shilhanek, Beth
Branscome. SECOND ROW: Debbie Hubbard, Ruth Hayes, Kristi Olson, Virginia
Wolner, Nancy Wood, Beth Carrico, Debbie Smith. BOTTOM ROW: Cathy Ojua, l
Lynn Baker, Jere' Howitt, Kathy Schulz, Pam Hackworth, Sherrie Smith.
,:- e - H:-ai" ' ' ' i V This year the Future Homemakers of America have
been very busy using their skills. During the year
they made all the refreshments fortne school board
meetings. In March they held a dance titled
, "Spring Awakening". This was a formal, semi-
g ' formal dance. In the spring they held their annual
- "Daddy Date" at which the girls modeled clothes
l' I they had made. In March the State FHA Competi-
l i 1 tion was held and five Amity girls attended, with
L all their many activities, these girls had a very
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Amity High's Warrior Cadettes had an extremely
successful year. These girls worked hard to attain
their success. This was the second year the dance
team had a class period for practice. During the
year the girls attended 4 competitions. The girls
won two second place trophies at the first 2 com
petitions and a special award for best outfits. The
3rd competition proved to be more rewarding. The
girls brought home the Grand Champion award and
each girl was given a carnation for outstanding
outfit and most poise on the floor. At the final state
competition, the Warrior Cadettes won second place
in the AA division. Kathy Schulz was also placed on
the Alhsfafe DFW Team- AS in the Pad the QMS Officers and Advisor, LEFT TO RIGHT Mrs Imlah
had an 0UfSfal'lClil'19 advisor: MVS- Imlah Advisor, Kathy Schulz President, Debbie Shllhanek
Vice President, Nelda Ruiz Sec
m Members. TOP ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Jamie DeRaeve, Kristi Olson, Jackie Andersen,
Anne Fischer, Mary Batz, Beth Carrico, Nelda Ruiz, Sherrie Smith. BOTTOM ROW: Debbie
Shilhanek, Diane Hersha, Jenny Kansier, Kathy Schulz, Becky Murray, Joni Olson, Teresa
Tresham, Diane Beals.
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Members. TOP, LEFT TO RIGHT: Pam Hackworth. SECOND ROW: Jamie DeRaeve, Cindy Miller, Jere' Howitt
Lynn Baker. THIRD ROW: Pam Yeadon, Mary Ann Jackson, Bonnie Wilson, Debbie Smith. FOURTH ROW: Jodi
Dieter, Sue Baker, Kristi Olson, Rhonda Woodward. FIFTH ROW: Debbie Hubbard, Cathy Ojua, Beth Carrico,
Shannon Bingham, Lesa Pendergraft, Lynda Crabtree, Nancy Wood, Nelda Ruiz, Debbie Shilhanek. SIXTH ROW:
Debbie Cooper, Virginia Wolner, Beth Branscome, Shannon McCallie. BOTTOM ROW: Norina Brown, Robin
Schoon, Sherrie Smith, Suzie Beals.
, This year the Pep Club did a fine job in boosting
the spirit at Amity High. Amity's athletic teams
were very successful, and this helped to make the
job easier. There were times when Amity did not
come out first, but the Pep Club stayed right there
supporting them to the end. Throughout the year
the Pep Club made food to feed the players after
the games. The Pep Club also made blouses alike
to show their unity. Thanks to the support of the Pep
Club the Warriors had a very successful year.
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Officers and Advisor, LEFT TO
RIGHT: Bonnie Wilson-President,
Mrs. Loudenback-Advisor, Jere'
I Officer and Advisor-LEFT TO RIGHT:
Janean Buczynski-Editor, Miss Nlills-
The Inklings staff worked very hard this past year
to supply Amity High's students with up to date
news of what was happening in and around our
S school. Due to the lack of funds, the Inklings staff
could not put a paper out each month. In these
months without regular papers Inklings put out a
Blab-Slab telling a little about what was going on.
The Inklings staff worked hard to find and print
news that would be interesting and informative to
the students. Thanks to the journalism class, the
' students at Amity High were kept very informed.
Members- LEFT TO RIGHT, TOP ROW: Brad Johnson, Linda Farrell, Delvin Zook, Linda
Nlay, Bruce Bewley, Jerry Buczynski, John NlcLaughlin, Bonnie Wilson, Callie Young,
Janean Buczynski, Miss Nlills-Advisor. FRONT ROW: Teresa Tresham, Sherrie Smith
Kathy Schulz, Jamie DeRaeve, Debbie Shilhanek, Cheryl Nlelheim, Nelda Ruiz.
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This year Amity had an outstanding FBLA group.
Though it was only their 2nd year they were one
of the most active clubs in the state. The Dis-
trict Skills Competition was held in Amity due
to the fact that Pam Yeadon was the District
Vice Pres. Several girls won at district and went
M on to State Competition. Debbie Shilhanek was
selected District Vice President, so district will
be held in Amity again next year.
FB LA State Competition Attenders.
Members- LEFT T0 RIGHT, TOP ROW: Mary Ann Jackson, Robin Schoon, Debbie Shilhanek, Beth Branscome,
Nelda Ruiz, Kristi Olson, Lynda Crabtree, Jamie DeRaeve, Bonnie Wilson, Jere' Howitt, Mrs. Ottaway-Advisor.
FRONT ROW: Cathy Ojua, Rhonda Woodward, Pam Yeadon, Mary Ann Satalich, Valerie Harmon. NOT PICTURED
Gloria Tombleson, Kim Clark, Jenny Kansier, Beth Carrico.
Officers and Advisor-LEFT TO RIGHT: Debbie
Shilhanek-Reporter, Rhonda Woodward-Secretary,
Pam Yead0'1'P'eSide'1ff Cathy Oi?-a'ViCe Pres-1 state officers-LEFT TO RIGHT: Pam Yeadon-District
'IVlrs. Ottaway-Advisor, Jere Howitt-Treasurer. Vice pres., Cathy 0jua-5tate Reporter,
During the year the Art Club did,
different projects to earn money. ,
One of their biggest money makers
was making signs for various
events. They also printed T-Shirts
in the spring, sold Christmas.
cards, and sold pottery. This club
was very beneficial to many of the
members because it showed them
how they could put their artistic
talents to a useful and prosperous
This year the' Future Nurses of
America was somewhat small but
they still did a fine job. This group
is more of a preparation club. Girls
in this club are preparing to become
nurses when they finish school. '
During the year these girls go out on
their own and work in hospitals and
nursing homes in NlclVlinnville. They
do not get paid for their services.
Their work is more ofa learning ex-
perience. Amity Highfshould be
proud to have this club in our school.
FNA Members and Advisor-LEFT TO RIGHT: Beth Branscome,
Judy Nlalhman, Debbie Hubbard, Debbie Cooper, Mrs. Curyea-
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visor, Diane Beals, Gloria Tombleson, Tom Baldoni, Sandy Welliver,
Bonnie Wilson, Lettie Lopez, Joni Olson, Lynda Crabtree, Sue Baker,
Jamie DeRaeve. FRONT ROW: Pam Foote, Nancy Wood, Carol Bryan,
Kim Clark, Jim Anderson.
Officers and Advisor. LEFT TO
RIGHT: Miss Mills-Advisor, Jamie
The Girls Recreation Association helped sponsor the
Halloween party for the children of the area, along
with several other groups. Since this is a recreation
5 club GRA urged girls to get involved in different
" " iii. Q activities. It promoted girls sports as well as in-
' t dividual activities of the girls choosing. During the
winter GRA and FHA took a trip to Mr. Hood for a
, day. All of the girls had a good time.
Members. BACK ROW, L'EFT TO RIGHT: Cindy Miller, Shannon McCallie, Joni Olson, Judy Malhman, Jeanne
Farrell, Mary Batz, Becky Melheim, Cammie Downing, Carol Bryan, Jannell Warrick, Sharol Rosenbalm, Jerri
Blackwell, Debbie Smith, Pam Hackworth, Beth Ketchum. SECOND ROW: STANDING, Lynn Baker, Diane Hersha,
Maureen Spurgeon, Sherrie Smith, Beth Branscome, Teresa Tresham. SECOND ROW, KNEELING: BEHIND
TABLE: Pam Dauenhauer, Beth Carrico, Becky Murray, Kristi Olson, Shannon Bingham, Robin Schoon, Sue
Rosenbalm. SITTING FRONT: Bonnie Wilson, Debbie Shilhanek, Anne Fischer, Lynda Crabtree, Debby Lee, Tami
Schwarten, Suzie Beals.
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Members-TOP ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Doug Brown, Kenny Cooper, Doug McKee, Bruce
Rutschman, Dennis Hersha, Curtis Stairs, Rex Swartzendruber. SECOND ROW: David Walker,
Randy Stolk, Randy Hayes, David Halter, Frank Branscome, Cheryl Rosenbalm, Pam Foote,
Mr. Juenemann-Advisor, Cheryl Rutschman. FRONT ROW: Bruce Hubbard, David Warrick,
Alan Brandon, Gordon Compton, Sue Rosenbalm, Bruce Compton.
This year the FFA took part in many district and
chapter activities. The officers took part in the
Rituals Contest in September. Later, at the PILE,
three members served as tour guides and a judging
team participated in one ofthe largest contests in
the Western U.S. In January the Parly-Pro contest was
held in Amity. In February 20 members went on a
fun trip to Hoodoo. Six members went to the state
convention in March. David Warrick was elected Dis-
trict Sentinnal in April. The Annual F.F.A. Banquet
was held Nlay 20 and several awards were given to
Amity F.F.A. members.
Officers and Advisor-TOP ROW, LEFT TO
RIGHT: Bruce Hubbard-Sentinnal, Mr.
Juenemann-Advisor, Gordon Compton-
Vice Pres., Sue Rosenbalm-Reporter.
FRONT ROW: Bruce Compton-Secretary,
. Alan Brandon-President, David Warrick-
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Mr. Beals, Kathy Schulz and escort, IVlr. Schulz, Rhonda Woodward and escort, IVIr. Woodward, Callie Young and
escort, Mr. Kurz,
Homecoming of 1974 began on Monday of Home-
coming week. There was a new event this year.
It was dress-up week, Each day everyone was to
wear a specific thing or outfit. The week consisted
of: Kiddie Day, Hat Day, Button Day, Warrior Day,
and on Homecoming day, everyone was to wear
blue and white. Along with this event there was a
poster contest, penny drive, a yell down at the pep
assembly, and of course, the spirit jug contest. It
was a tough competion but the sophomores pulled
through with the 1974 Spirit Jug and the penny
drive. Through the penny contest the sophomores
made S36 which will help the treasury out. After
the pep assembly, the student body met in the
parking lot for the serpentine. Everyone went
marching through the streets yelling with the cheer-
leaders supporting their football team and school.
The Annual Spaghetti Feed was held on Homecoming
Night, There was a great turnout and about S150
profit was made. Unfortunately, Amity was defeated
in the football game against Corbett. Even though
we were behind at halftime, the spirit kept up
throughout the entire game. Following the game,
the Homecoming Dance was held in the new gym,
Many people attended, and all had a fantastic time.
A different kind of dance was brought
to Amity High School this year. The
sophomore class sponsered it and the
title of it was, "The Blue Jean Bop."
It consisted of old time favorites and
new ones. Everyone dressed in their
favorite pair of blue jeans, and all had
a great time.
Play Cast-TOP ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Ron Graham, Stacy Fuller, Kevin McCallie. SECOND ROW: Doug
Brown, Diane Beals, Beth Carrico, Joe Vario, Jim Anderson, Chris Brown, Dee Dee Callander, Debby Lee,
Bill Westfall, Diane Hersha, Debbie Shilhanek, Tami Schwarten, Miss Farris-Advisor. FRONT RD W: Jackie
Andersen, Mary Ann Jackson, Cindy Miller, Sue Baker, Jim Fischer, Linda Wood, Doug Drader, Nelda Ruiz
"IVlerchant of Venice"
This year, Amity High had its first Play Production class. Miss Farris, our new Drama teacher, chose
THE MERCHANT OF VENICE as our play. Because it is a Shakespearean play, THE MERCHANT pre-
sented us with a number of special problems, not the least of which was a 400-year-old style of
speaking. All the members of the partially double-cast production worked very hard, and perfected
not only the roles, but a number of beautiful costumes, and a simple but effective set. It was Amity's
first taste of Shakespeare, and was received with surprise and appreciation.
Christmas took off to a rolling start this year with the event
of decorating the Christmas windows. Seniors took first this
year but all the window-s contributed to the Christmas spirit.
Pep assemblies and basketball games also added to the spirit.
The traditional Christmas dance was postponed to a later
date in the year, but all in all, it was a pretty good season.
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On Nlarch 4, 1975, Amity High School held a Career
Education Night. The main purpose of the night was to
acquaint the parents and community members with the
career program at the high school.
The night started out with a performance by the drill
team and swing choir at 7:00 p.m. The people then
were allowed to walk around and look at the various
exhibits. Students or teachers were available at each
exhibit to explain what the career required in qualifi-
cations and schooling. They also' answered any questions
about career education at Amity High.
Every class, 1-12, had some kind of exhibit set up of
what they have been doing throughout the school year.
For example, the deep-fried squid made by the 5th and
6th graders, the smoking dummy by the health class,
and the drama class practicing their play.
Child and Babysitting was provided in the Home Ec
room by the Child Care Class for those parents who
wished to use this service. -
At 9:00 people started going home and everyone who
participated felt very satisfied because the turnout was
so great. Over 500 people came to make Career Educa-
tion Night a big success.
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In the month of Nlay three of the Amity High clubs had a
banquet to bring together the employers and employees.
The students that had been employed during the school
year were the ones who invited the business owners they
worked for. A lot of thanks goes to Mr. Larry llllartin the
Career Education Coordinator for finding all the jobs for
the students to make this employer-employee banquet
possible. The clubs that were involved in this banquet were
Future Business Leaders of America, Future Homemakers
of America, and Future Farmers of America. The first
event of the night was the installation of officers for
FB LA. The FB LA president, Pam Yeadon, also gave the
speech which she gave at the state FB LA convention in
Portland. Norina Brown was the Mistress of Ceremonies.
The new FHA president, lVlary Ann Jackson, gave a
speech. The FHA girls served at the banquet and helped
prepare it. The Amity High Swing Choir was the enter-
tainment for the night, they performed twice. Gordon
Compton, thelnew FFA president, gave an acknowledge-
ment speech before the program ended.
On May 20th the Annual FFA Awards Banquet was held at
the Amity Grade School Cafeteria. The FFA boys put on
the banquet. The FHA girls served at the banquet. The
entertainment for the night was the Amity High Swing
Choir. The boys had the State FFA Treasurer speak who
was John Kirby.
There were the annual awards given to the FFA boys.
They were as follows:
Star- Chapter farmer-- Doug McKee
DeKalb Agriculture Award--Doug McKee
Livestock Proficiency--Doug McKee
Sheep Production--Rex Swartzendruber
Beef Production--Doug McKee
Dairy Production--Cheryl Rutschman
Poultry Production--Phil Olson
Crop Production--Tom Callander
Ag Mechanic--Tom Callander
Placement Agriculture Sales and Processing--Allan Patty
Placement Agriculture Production--Alan Brandon
Honorary Chapter Farmer degrees were given to farmers
in the vicinity.
Honorary Chapter Farmer-- Mr. 84 Mrs. Ray Juenemann
Mr. 84 Mrs. Roy Compton
Mr. 84 Mrs. Earl Compton
Mr. 84 Mrs. Ben Hubbard
Mr. 84 Mrs. Jim Rosenbalm
Mr. 84 Mrs. S.E. Brandon
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This year nomination sheets were available to any student or
faculty member who wished to nominate a girl or boy, They
had to write the name of the person and why they felt the per-
son should be girl or boy of the month.
Each month a chosen committee consisting of one faculty mem-
ber and one person from each class, looked at the nomination
sheets that were turned in. From these nominations the com-
mittee picked out the ones they thought were most worthy, and
added some if they thought a particular person was deserving
that month. Then these nominations were put on a ballot, with
a write up for each nominee.
These ballots were given to the Student Council and faculty
members who voted on one boy and one girl. The votes were
counted and the chosen girl and boy were announced and given
a small trophy, usually this was done at an assembly.
TOP LEFT: April-Bill Westfall, Mary Ann Jackson. MIDDLE
RIGHT: September-Doug McKee, Mary Ann Satalich. BOTTOM
LEFT: November-Brad Johnson, Bonnie Wilson. BOTTOM
RIGHT: February-Ed Lee, Pam Hackworth.
Girl 81 Boy
of the Month
TOP LEFT: January-Rick Vanderhoff, Pam Yeadon.
TOP RIGHT: October-Cathy Ojua, Alan Patty. MID-
DLE LEFT: December-Alan Brandon, Susie Rosenbalm
BOTTOM LEFT: Girl and Boy'of Year-Doug McKee,
Cathy Ojua. BOTTOM MIDDLE: March-Cory Bingham,
Kathy Schulz. BOTTOM RIGHT: May-Jim Anderson,
This years banquet was held at the lVlclVlinnville
Elks Lodge. The Elks prepared the dinner and
everyone enjoyed it. The juniors elected the
sophomores to help serve, and they did a fine job.
Bonnie Wilson and Brad Johnson lead the program
as they were the junior and senior class presidents.
Entertainment for the night was' provided by lVlr.
Ric Cooper while he sang and played the piano
for the audience. The juniors did a fine job in
organizing the banquet and everyone had a good
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COURT, LEFT TO RIGHT: Escort-Mark Marshall, Junior Princess- Linda May, Escort-Jerry Stover, Queen-
Kathy Reynolds, Escort-Randy Mullins, Senior Princess-Mary Ann Satalich.
"Everything is Beautiful" was the theme for the 1974-75 prom. It was held at the Mac Grange hall on April
19. The night finally come that everyone had been waiting for and it turned out to be great. The entertain-
ment forthe night was "Blackhawk County". They were a big success and were liked by everyone. Kathy
Reynolds reighed over the dance after being named Queen. Senior princess was Mary Ann Satalich and Junior
princess was Linda May.
This year at Amity High School a new type of show was held.
It was a festival to show the parents just what the students
have done if they were involved in Home Economics, Band,
Swing Choir, Chorus, or Art. The night consisted of all these
activities. First a Fashion Show was presented by the students,
showing what they had made in Home Economics during the
year. The Swing Choir Chorus and Band performed through-
out the night also. A display of Art was set up about the gym
of work that the students had done in the past. The parents
and audience enjoyed it all very much and the Festival itself
was very much appreciated.
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"Big 50 Happy Anniversary"
COURT, LEFT TO RIGHT: Freshman princess-Becky Stacy and escort Rex Swartzendruber-freshman class presi-
dent, sophomore princess-Nancy Wood and escort John lVIcLaughlin-sophomore class president, junior princess-
Teresa Tresham and escort Brad Johnson-junior class president, senior princess-Bonnie Wilson and escort Alan
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for this year was " Happy Golden Anniversary" since this year was Amity High's 50th IVlay Day Program. Quite a
number of the past Nlay Day queens attended the festivities. Among the entertainment which was enjoyed by the
audience was the traditional Nlaypole winding by the freshmen girls, a leg dance by the drill team in addition to
th ' l r erformance and fantastic performances by the chorus, band, and swing choir. The lovliest of all was
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saved forthe last. This was the Queen's Waltz, and the court and senior couples danced to "Come Touch The Sun .
The whole evening was enjoyed by all and was an all-around success. A casual dance was held after the program
for the public in the gym.
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Through the football and basketball
season, many pep assemblies were
held. The cheer leaders put forth
their best effort to raise the crowd's
spirit-sometimes they were suc-
cessful and at other times not.
Nevertheless, they kept trying.
During the year's pep assemblies,
skits were presented, dances
performed by the drill team, talks
by the coaches and players on the
team, and usually enthusiasm
filled the air.
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Ed Lee, SENIOR Randy Mullins-
"1st Team Defense and 2nd Team
Offense, SENIOR Kim VonRuden-
2nd Team Defense and 2nd Team
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Team Offense. BELOW,- LEFT:
SENIOR Phil Davis. BELOW:
SENIOR Corey Bingham.
TOP ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Terry
Westfall, Bill Westfall, Kerry Smith,
Doug Drader, Rick Vanderhoof, Gordon
Compton, Mike Halter, Loren Stairs,
Chris Brown, John Barker, Jerry
Buczynski, Phil Olson, Ron Graham,
Donny Rodgers. MIDDLE ROW: John
Rima, David Halter, James Cram, Dan
Batz, Brad Johnson, Curtis Stairs, Rod
Andersen, Randy Hayes, David DeRaeve
Bob McKee, Brian Stephens, Manager-
Rick Bewley. BOTTOM ROW: Jim
Rosenbalm, Bruce Hubbard, Corey
Bingham, Doug McKee, Ed Lee, Phil
Davis, Randy Mullins, Kim VonRuden,
COACH Jack VonRuden, COACH Dean
The Amity High football squad, under new head
coach, Jack VonRuden, posted a 3-5 win-loss
season record. Victories came over Jefferson,
Sherman County, and Gaston. Losses came at the
hands of Knappa, Vernonia, Corbett, Colton ta
tough one: 19-181 and St. Paul. Amity also teamed
with St. Paul to beat Colton and Gaston in the
The future of the Warriors grid program looks
promising as the squad was relatively young,
dominated by sophomores,
Named to All North Valley League Teams were:
lst Team Offense-Doug lVlcKee and Bruce Hubbard,
2nd Team Offense-Kim Von'Ruden and Randy
Nlullins, lst Team Defense-Randy Mullins and
Brad Johnson. 2nd Team Defense-Rick Vanderhoof,
Kim VonRuden, and Doug Drader.
SENIOR Pam Hackworth
COACH Marianne Mills
Varsity- LEFT TO RIGHT: Debbie Shilhanek,
Diana Hersha, Becky Murray, Anne Fischer,
Bonnie Wilson, Teresa Tresham, Pam
Hankworth, Cindy Miller. KNEELING: Coach
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"Bump, Set, Spike," team play, and desire
were the keys to success for Amity High's
volleyball teams this year. The Varsity team
posted a 27-1 record while the JV's were 10-4.
Both teams were undefeated in league play.
Amity met Colton, last year's runner-up in the
state tournament in the district play-offs, to
determine which North Valley League team
would go to state. Amity beat Colton 15-9,
The state tournament was held at Lewis and
Clark College in Portland. Amity met and
defeated North Douglas and Griswold. The
stage was set for a show down between Dayville
and Amity, the two most impressive teams at
the Class A tournament. Amity wound up on
the short end of the scores in two games, 12-
15, 8-12. Fifteen minutes later the Warrior
girls came back and defeated Warrenton to
take the 3rd place trophy.
Named to the All Tournament lst Team were
Anne Fischer and Teresa Tresham. Cindy
Miller was named to the 2nd team. All three
girls and Pam Hackworth were named to the
North Valley All League Team. '
SENIOR Bonnie Wilson
SENIOR Becky Murray
JV-TOP ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Linda Farrell, Sue Baker,
Jamie DeRaeve, Sherrie Smith, Pam Chandler. SECOND
ROW: Linda May, Mary Batz, Pam Dauenhauer, Carol
Bryan, Beth Ketchum. THIRD ROW: DeeDee Callander,
Debbie Smith, Beth Carrico, Sharol Rosenblam, Lynn Baker.
FOURTH ROW: Jannell Warrick, Janice Rohde, Jerri
Blackwell. FRONT: Coach Mills.
ANNE FISCHER lst,
TEAM ALL STATE,
CINDY MILLER 2nd
TEAM ALL STATE,
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Warriors await decision
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The Warrior girls basketball team finished a highly successful season with a
15-3 record, and a second place tie with St. Paul in the league. Although they
did not make it into the two team district playoffs, they did manage two wins
over league champion, Colton. St. Paul and Catlin Gabel proved to be their
only stumbling blocks.
The girl hoopers were placed by the scoring efforts of Anne Fischer, Pam
Hackworth, Teresa Tresham, and Cindy Miller. Anne and Pam were chosen to
share the outstanding honors.
A good turnout for the 1974-75 season indicates a positive future for girls
basketball in years to come.
SENIOR Jaci Nielsen
FROM LEFT T0 RIGHT: Carol Bryan, Cindy Miller, Diana Hersha, Teresa Tresham, DeeDee Callander, Jaci
Nielsen, Anne Fischer, Pam Hackworth, Mary Batz, Debbie Shilhanek.
FRONT ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Beth Carrico, Susie JV! 1
Rosenbalm, Lynn Baker. BACK ROW: Linda Nlay, Sandy S '
Brady, Coach Miss Randall, Pam Dauenhauer, Lynda
This year Amity started a JV team.
They were coached by a student
teacher, Rebecca Randall. Their
win-loss mark was 11-5. The team
was primarily freshmen and sopho-
mores learning about the fundamentals
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Varsity Basketball Team, LEFT TO RIGHT: Coach Gordon Hagglund, Mike
Halter, Doug Drader, Jerry Buczynski, Ed Lee, Alan Brandon, Bruce Compton,
Jim Fischer, Rick Vanderhoof, Brad Johnson, Loren Stairs, Bruce Hubbard, JV
Coach J. Sjothun. KNEELING: Manager Mark Holt.
1974-75 proved to be a successful year for the Amity
Warrior Basketball Team as they posted their first winning
season in some time, 16-7. They realized their goal of
reaching the North Valley League Play-Offs was lost,
a however, as they fought a hard game to Colton, 61 to 58.
Coach Gordon Hagglund's hoop s uad boasted three
r seniors, two juniors and five soiillmores. The team was
one of the shortest in the league, but made up for that
S with speed, fitness, and desire.
. Highlights of the season included well played winning
I efforts against preseason favorites, Colton and St. Paul,
and a 3rd place finish in the Sheridan Invitational
Named to the North Valley League's All Star teams
,were Brad Johnson-lst Team and Jim Fischer and Alan
Brandon-2nd Team. Jim Fischer was chosen as the Most
Valuable Player of the 1975 Amity team.
COACH Gordon Hagglund
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RIGHT: Jim Fischer
ABOVE: JV basketball team, LEFT TO RIGHT. John
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Stairs, Dan Batz, Chris Brown, John Rima, Jerry
Buczynski, John IVlcLaughlin, Jim Vaughn, Doug McMullen,
Rick Bewley. KNEELIIXIG: Manager lVlark Holt.
The Junior Varsity Basketball Team had a very successful
year, they came out on top. They had a good season record
of 18-2, losing to Gaston and Jefferson.
The JV's had a new coach from Chemeketa. Coach
Sjothun lead his Warrior team to a league championship.
The freshman team did a fantastic job this year. They were
coached by David Stairs. The freshmen held a Valentine
Classic in which they ended up in the winning position.
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BELOW: Freshman basketball team,
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measured in terms of a team win-loss record. The
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forfeits because of the lack of numbers. There just
weren't enough men to fill all of the weight classifi-
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performed well throughout the season. Kevin McCallie
and Bill Westfall did well throughout the year. Bill
went on to claim 4th place in the Class A state
tournament at Corvallis. Dean Cartmill was head
coach of the wrestling team this year.
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RIGHT: SENIOR Kim VonRuden
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year, coming out undefeated.
In the state quarter finals
held at Amity, the Warriors
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bringing their season to an
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FRONT ROW, LEFT T0 RIGHT: Brad Johnson, Kevin
NIcCaIIie, Jim Cram, Mike Halter, Jerry IVIoore, Randy
lVIuIIins, Kenny Cooper, Kim VonRuden, Rod Andersen.
BACK ROW: Corey Bingham, John Barker, Randy Hayes,
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The 1975 Girls Track season was a successful one. They placed 2nd
in league and district losing only to eventual state champion,
Outstanding performances were recorded in many categories as
seven new school records were set. Joni Olson set new marks in
the Hurdles and Javelin, while Anne Fischer broke the barrier in
the High Jump. The 440 Relay Team of Joni Olson, Sandy
Welliver, Carol Bryan and Cindy IVliIIer also broke the record.
All of the above girls went to state in their events. The 440 Relay
Team placed 7th as did Joni Olson in the 100. Carol Bryan took
home a 5th place medal in the Javelin.
Track Team-KNEELING, LEFT TO RIGHT: Debbie Smith, Jerri
Blackwell, Linda lVlay, Carol Bryan, Becky Melheim, Cindy
Miller. BACK ROW: Sandy Welliver, Sharol Rosenbalm, Pam
Dauenhauer, Sandy Brady, Teresa Tresham, Anne Fischer, Joni
Olson, Pam Hackworth, Susie Rosenbalm, Jaci Nielsen, Tami
Schwarten, Lynn Baker.
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1975 was a year of 1002 effort and participation by the boys on the
Amity track squad. With boys being able to go both ways this year,
Coach Dean Cartmill found himself with a crew of sprinters, jumpers
School records were set in four different categories. Rick Vanderhoff
set new standards in the long jump and triple jump. Kim VonRuden
broke the pole vault standard and the 440 realy team ofl.Vanderhoff,
Bruce Hubbard, Doug Drader and Mike Halter set a new record. All
of the above qualified for state. In addition Mike Halter went in the
100, James Cram in the mile and Brad Johnson in the high jump.
The prospects for 1976 look good with many returning lettermen.
FRONT ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Terry Westfall, Donny Rodgers, Jim
Vaughn, Mike Halter, Doug Drader, Bruce Hubbard. SECOND ROW:
Coach-Dean Cartmill, Randy Hayes, John Rima, Kim VonRuden,
Randy Mullins, Brad Johnson, Jim Cram. BACK ROW: David Halter,
David DeRaeve, Randy Stolk, Bill Westfall, Corey Bingham.
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Corey Bingham, Senior Randy
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2nd place 440 Relay. BELOW:
Rick Vanderhoff-2nd place
Long, Jump, 2nd place Triple
Jump, 2nd place 440 Relay.
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?,"rtiand'n? Track Membe""R'ck Outstanding Player .Pam Hackworth
an erhoo Nlost Inspirational .Becky Murray
Nlost Improved . . .Diana Hersha
BASKETBALL - GIRLS
Oustsanding Player .Pam Hackworth
- IVlost Inspirational .Cindy Nliller
lVlost Improved . . .Dee Dee Callander
TRACK - GIRLS
Outstanding .... Carol Bryan
Girl Athlete of
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Offensive Lineman. . . Jim Rosenbalm
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Warrior Leadership. . . Rick Vanderhoff
Defensive Back ..... Brad Johnson
Outstanding Baseball Player . Kevin McCallie
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Vw, , W ,f or f gy Ray Stephens Memorial . . . Brad Johnson
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Ph. 835 3701
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Com mercial Photography
525 East Third Street
knits, cottons, wool, and
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P.O. Box 575
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835 3291 Amity, Oregon
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Sitting here in Room 75 on the 3rd floor of the Simon Mental Institute, named after our fellow classmate Donna
Simon, who always had a knack for handling people lacking mental stability. I can see them dragging some poor
woman down the walk. It seems to be our old buddy Becky Murray. Later we found out that she had stolen a fire-
truck and driven it to her house, but that was nothing compared to finding the entire Mac Fire Department locked
in her room. The familiar face of Doug Brown who is Head Fire Chief, came storming after her screaming that he
was gonna flatten her. iSounds like our old 5th period Modern Problems Classl. Just then Doug McKee and Arnold
Mortzheim came screeching around the corner in their hot get away car iyellow with a leopard topl and almost
put Doug Brown out of his misery.
Cathy Ojua just let out a high pitched scream signifying that it was time for Recreation Hour tat least she's good
at something besides eating bananasi. All the inmates on the 4th floor are stampeding down our lhall. Cheryl
Melheim knocked Tom Callander, who was just sjtQ1ding there minding his own business, into our room, as he
looked up and said "Da, which way did theylgo???" Everything's gonna be all right Tom!
As we get out onto the recreation field we can see fellow classmate Pam Hackworth who is now head coach here
at the institute trying to get everyone organized.
Out on the field we can see Jerry Moore jogging around the track in his squeaky tennis shoes trying to catch up
with Diana Vario who has been insanely jogging around the track for fourdays straight now. Over by the dairy barn
we can see Jo Dee Hatch milking her cow, she is head milker here at the Institute. Her new assistant is Kathleen
Reynolds who hopes to follow in her footsteps. We have been trying to locate Kim VonRuden who holds the insti-
tutes' record for pole vaulting but we heard that he vaulted too high and nevertcame backdownthistime. The head
honcho here at the institute is our old friend Alan Brandon, he's pretty hung up on himself but everyone knows he 's
just as crazy as any of the rest of us. His sexy secretary Mary Ann Satalich is following closely beside taking every
word he mutters down in shorthand. Jim Fischer, who has been just committed due to being addicted to Victor's
Cherry Flavored Cough Drops, is trying to convince Alan that he is just as normal as ANYBO DY else.
We can see a big mob of people coming down the field. Well if it isn't our own playboy Mr. Ron Lee being fol-
lowed by about 30 girls swooning over him. In the crowd we see Norina Brown, Diane Aschim, Callie Young, and
Rhonda Woodward, who were just convicted for man handling. I don't see where they find the time while taking
care of their kids and cooking for their husbands. A baseball just went flying towards them and the girls went
scattering 'and Ron once again was free. We found it belonged to Kevin McCallie who was practicing his pitching
in the McCallie Stadium. He was convicted years ago, he couldn't take being a Pro any longer.
As we started back to our rooms we met Pam Yeadon who is nowiPresidentofthe Old Maid Society here at the
institute. I don't see how she finds the time to remain such an active member while taking care of her 13 kids.
Bombing down the halls behind us is Rick Kurz who owns a big farm here. He's being followed by his employees
Alan Patty and Susie Rosenbalm who grow everything we eat here. Denise Hersha, Debbie Cooper, and Debbie
Hubbard are head cooks here at the institute. They do a pretty good job but everybody's getting pretty tired of
oatmeal and chicken pot pies since that's all they know how to make.
As we pass by Linda Wood 's room we find she is still stringing love beads. That's all she 's been doing for 20 years
and that 's enough to drive anybody crazy. We figure that's a good enough reason to convict anybody.
Thanks to Bruce Compton we had to widen all the halls here. He refuses to sleep anywhere but his Chevy truck.
He's got everything he needs in there including the kitchen sink. Jim Tallman just came screeching around the
corner behind him in his Sunbeam Convertible. He makes budweiser sunvisors here at the Institute and sells them
to earn money to build a garage for his car.
Tom Baldoni, in Room 392, has never been the same since he held the senior graduation party at his house on
June 1, 1975. tThat would be enough to put anybody away!!
Jaci Nielsen, who always wanted to be a race car driver, is satisfied being the bartendress here at Parr's Bar and
Grill. If you ever need to find Randy Mullins you won't need 3 guesses, you'll always find him close to a bottle of
Thunderbird wine reminiscing with Jaci about the good old days at Amity.
Well it is about that exciting time when we head back to our cells. As we walk to our room we pass by our senior
buddy, Dennis Hersha, who for three years has been trying to dig his'way out of here. Some people never give up.
Right next door to him is Charleese Schmoker who has just finished using her 723rd flair pen. She has been very
busy writing everything she thinks of this place on the wall. Her cellmate Priscilla Morgan is right behind her
trying to erase it.
Across the hall from them is our bashful friend, Corey Bingham who is training homing pigeons to fly back to our
old hometown. He keeps us informed on the happenings at Amity High School now.
Coming down the hall, are two of our number one guards Phil Davis and Bruce Rutschman who have a lot of prac-
tice since our population is gaining rapidly. Anyway, they are escorting Valerie Harmon to her new home. She was
a teacher at Amity High School but the kids there drove her crazy and decided she should join the rest of her
former AHS classmates. She seems to be putting up quite a struggle and Jody Dieter, head nurse here at Simon's
Institute is being rushed to the scene to offer first aide treatment to the guards. Since our population is so rapidly
growing, Ed Lee, with the assistance of good old Donovan Zook, is building a new complex wing. The kind when
you open a door there's just a wall. A little strange but we all know how their minds work.
Well here come the laundry ladies Jere' Howitt and Bev Lux. They do a pretty good job in this department even
if our underwear does come back blue or pink. Well, if it isn't Randy Reynolds riding down the hall on his stick
horse. They tell us he even has hay delivered to his cell...but no one knows for sure what he does with it. Every
morning he brings in a new bale. Weird, isn't it???
A hushfallsovergthe 3rd floor of the'Simon Institute as Sherry Welliver, the head hall patroller, makes her way
down the corridors.
Well, it's about time for us to close now. It haslbeen fun showing you around the institute. I'm sure you find it as
charming as we do. I can remember back upon graduation day and how we thought this would be the last time we
were. gathered together. You never can tell what will happen to you. I guess we always knew we'd wind up some-
where together, but who would of thought our class would end up in the Mental Institute. I mean really, don't we
all look normal to you????
""'Always sanely yours, Janean Buczynski and Bonnie Wilson, tWho were, by the way, the first committed!
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