is our school.
Let peace swell here,
Let the rooms he full of contentment.
Let love abide here.
Love of one another,
Love of mankind,
Love of life itself, h|
And love of God.
Let us remember
That as many hands build a house So many hearts make a schoo Bk
From the School Creed of a school in CanadaDEDICATION
Mr. Cason, this Annual is dedicated to you, a jack of all grades. You have manage teach us to drive a car; You have helped us to fead the Student Body; You have wor hard making our sports schedules just right for us; Ym iavf done all of this and much more. For this we dedicate this Annual,to yoifc Mr. Cason, with many, thanks!SCHOOL BOARD ADMINISTRATION
School Board: Seated- John Ramos, Dick Snow, Jean Day. Standing- Chairman Leon Reese. Have McAtee, Glenn Rohde.
Deputy Clerk Betty Fulleton School Secretary Janie Enright
Marvin Slorz: Head Maintenance
Trudy Wilson: Janitor Bus Driver
Sharon Lilly: Janitor Bus Driver
Lana Dodds, Darlyne Ramos: Chefs
Blaine Ramos: Resource Room
Carol Ramos: Resource RoomSTUDENT COUNCIL
Front row 1. to r.: Joe Saylor, Angel Schuening, Sonia Snow, Connie Baker, Alena Brown, Fred Widman, Bruce Bechtel, Bink Ramos, Clary West, Fat Seifer, Arleta Reese, and advisor Mr. Cason. Back row above 1. to r.: Brett Conner, Rhonda Thompson, Dena Storz, Carrie Day, Janet Lilly, and Sherry Hesterlee.
STUDENT BODY OFFICERS
Front row 1. to r.: Secretary; Rhonda Thompson, President; Dena Storz, Representative; Janet Lilly, Back row 1. to r.: Sgt.-at-Arms; Brett Conner, Vice-President; Carrie Day, Advisor; Mr. Cason, and Treasurer; Sherry Hesterlee.Quarterback Club Officers from I to r: Glenn Rhode, Kaye McAtee, Bill Fisher, Rich Cason.
Some old friends shooting the breeze.
We the annual staff would like to thank the Quarterback Club for all of the things they have done for us and the school.
Mr. Cason watches as Joe Ramos does his fireman imitation.SENIORS
Class Motto: Success consists of getting up just one more time than you fall.
Class Colors: Blue, Gold White
Class Flowers: Blue tipped carnation with a yellow rose
Sherry HesterleeTHE LITTLE ONES
Gary has a tender heart and a willing spirit to help everyone. He brings joy wherever he goes.
Love Mom and Dad
The boy we figure most likely to succeed in life. He is intelligent and industrious. It has been a pleasure to have him as a son.
Helen Patterson and Virgil Patterson
Rion was a very active little kid. At the age of 9 mos he liked to spin the wheels on his match box cars. Then came a tike bike, big wheels, tricycle and pedal car. At 4 Vi he started on a bicycle and then to motorcycles and now it’s his car. How long can this go on? What’s next? His preoccupation with wheels may lead you to believe he will grow up to be a wheel - but maybe he’ll settle for auto mechanics or auto body or something related.
Love Mom and Dad
We have enjoyed watching you these last few years as you continually gave your personal best; whether it be in sports, school, school activities or work. You have filled our lives with so much pride and joy. We both know you will have alot of accomplishments and personal happiness in your future.
Love Mom and Dad
You are a gentle, caring and super neat kid. We wish you the best of everything in your futre.
Love you Dad and Mom
Dee IversonJustin Harvey
The past 17 years with you have meant more to me than you can imagine. For instance: Food- $15,000.00, Clothing-$9,000.00, Shelter- $20,000.00 not to mention all the I.O.U.’S. P.S. We accept all major credit cards!
Love Mom and Dad
It has been a pleasure, and a trial, to see you go from a little tomboy to a combination tomboy and little girl and finally develop into a lovely young lady. I wish you to be as successful in your adult life as you have been in school.
All our love Mom and Dad
We’ve watched you grow from a tiny tot to a striking young lady, ready to reach out on your own, seeking new challenges and accomplishments. Through the years we’ve all grown together. You’ve shown us your capabilities, your weaknesses, and your warm caring spirit. We love you for that. Let your faith be a stepping-stone in every decision life brings your way. We are very proud of you.
Love-n-kisses Dad and Mom
We expect from you the best. As we did from the beginning and throughout your life. Do you remember? Sometimes you needed a small push from us and always the result had been your best answer. You have our love, and combined with your striving will. Success in life will be an easy task for you.
Love Mom and Dad
It’s been a pleasure and a treat to have you at my feet. It makes me sad to think that you’ll he gone, but good luck and you always know I'll be here.
- ‘ I ove Dad
You are all we could have asked for. We praise God that he let us he a part of your life. We are proud of you and love you very much.
I ove Mom and Dad
Rhonda ThompsonSENIOR SUPERLATIVES
CLASS CLOWNS: Gary Brown and Dena Storz.
MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED: I to r Martin Martinez, Carrie Day and Dean Gehrke.
MOST ATHLETIC: Justin Harvey and Janet Lilly.
MOST UNIQUE: Dee Iverson and David Iverson.
LEAST LIKELY MOST LIKELY: Rion Brown.
SHYEST: Sherry Hesterlee and Todd Holeman.
MOST OPINIONATED: Rob Elkins and Rhonda Thompson.
14The girls prepare for a big day of skiing!
Todd hypnotizes the ball.
Sherry learns the two-step in ra- “What did you put in my milk?
Sleeping Beauty awakes!
Dean is so tired, he can’t even stick his tongue out right.HOMECOMING
Which one is the Dummy?
Andy and Dean try juggling plywood.
Sophomores doing the “Cougar Beat.”
Seniors win the 1981 Noise Parade. 16
The Senior Princesses and their Escorts.
Queen Sherry Hesterlee and Escort Justin Harvey.
Freshman Princess Alena Brown and Escort Shane Correa.
Sophomore Princess Tia Cady and Escort Dick Baker.
Junior Princess Cindi Walston and Escort Brian Hatley.Arleta sticks to the job.
Gary aims for Dena’s head.
Who said decorating wasn’t fun?
The 1981 Homecoming Court.
Thanks to Mrs. McCoard and Mr. Ver Baere for the cake and pictures.
Juniors pretending they understand electronics
17SPIRIT WEEK 1981
Will the real cutie please step forward?
Carol Burnett eat your heart out.
Winners of Spirit Week are the Seniors.
Class Officers 1. to r. Pres. Arleta Reese, Rep. Bruce Bech- Another day in U.S. History,
tel, Treas. Cindi Walston, Sec. JoAnna Lilly, not pictured V. Pres. Dale McCoard, and Sgt. at Arms Brian Hatley
Brian Hatley Melany Hixson Wayne Jones JoAnna Lilly
Yvonne WilliamsWeird string?!?!?”
A look of intrigue.
This flower just buzzed!
A conversation break.
PROM 1982Uncle Justin
What a cheerleader Undercover Cook
BUG OFF?6Carol Baggerly
Dee Dee Jones
Gary WestYour Highness, I present . . .
Now, how do I get out of here?
Brrr, Who used all the hot water!
Britt Brooks helpful advice?!?ENDLESS LOVE
Sweethearts Queen Tia Cady, escort Brett Conner
The 1982 Sweethearts Court consisted of- Queen Tia Cady, escort Brett Conner; Princess Rhonda Thompson, escort Mr. Thompson; Princess Cindy Walston, escort Boh Hatley; Princess Connie Baker, escort Jeff Lathrop
Mrs. Margeret Saylor provided the theme cake.
Alright, I won’t give a math assignment.FRESHMEN
Class Officers: back row seated; Sec. Evilyn Abercrombie; front row I. to r. V. Pres. Patsy Seifer, Treas. Donald Miltenberger, Rep. Fred Widman, Pres. Alena Brown.
32My broker is E. F. Hutten, and E. F. Hutten says . . .
Mighty MiteSADIE HAWKINS
Mr. VanDrimmelen Supervises
The boys hard at work!?!
You call these chaperones!
Putting up streamers
Could somebody hold the ladder?
Brian Vicky take a rest
Cindy Bob enjoy the dance
Relaxing after a hard day
A QUEST FOR VICTORY
Echo 26-40 lone VOLLEYBALI
Echo 46-20 Dufur
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Echo MATCH Pilot Rock
Echo •MATCH Umatilla
Echo •MATCH Umapine Umpaine
Echo •MATCH Helix
Echo MATCH Weston-McEwen
BOYS BASKETBALL Echo MATCH Pilot Rock
Echo •MATCH Umatilla
Echo 55-37 Umapine Echo •MATCH Pilot Rock
Echo 52-47 Wheeler Echo MATCH W eston - M c E we n
Echo 27-47 Helix Echo MATCH Pilot Rock
Echo 43-45 Cascade Locks
Echo 48-31 lone
Echo 37-56 Arlington
Echo 75-78 Umapine
Echo 38-59 Helix
Echo 78-85 Condon
Echo 45-44 lone
Echo 47-64 Arlington
Echo 53-42 Dufur
Echo 62-21 Wheeler
Echo 40-42 Helix
Echo 50-35 Cascade Locks
Echo 41-33 lone
Echo 41-29 Arlington
Echo 38-37 Helix
Echo 32-28 Condon
BASEBALL Echo 54-36 lone
Echo 28-31 Arlington
Echo 1-5 Riverside Echo 33-41 37-40 Dufur Dufur
Echo 1-12 Pilot Rock Echo 45-34 Condon
Echo 8-5 Umatilla
Echo 14-3 Umatilla
Echo 5-13 Riverside
Echo 1-12 5-6 Weston-McEwen
Echo 3-6 Stanfield
Echo 1-5 Pilot Rock TRACW
Echo 1-12 Pilot Rock
Echo 8-5 Umatilla
Echo 13-8 Riverside Pat Seifer: 400 m. 300 m. hurdles
Echo 0-7 Riverside Arleta Reese: 400 m. 200 m. run
Echo 6-11 Weston-McEwen Tia Cady: 800 m. run
Echo 2-10 Stanfield Carrie Day: Discus Javelin
Echo 13-8 Stanfield Rich Widman: Discus Shot Put
Arleta Reese placed 2nd in state in both the 400 m. the 200 m.
Bruce Bechtel Rion Brown: 13 wins 2 losses Boys Team: District Champs
Janet Lilly: 16 wins 3 losses Girls Team: 3rd in District
Martin Martinez: 16 wins 3 losses 4 members of this year’s team went to State.
Teresa Correa: 2 wins 10 losses
SENIOR: JUSTIN HARVEY
HEAD COACH: MR. CLARKE
NOT PICTURED SENIOR: TODD HOLEMAN
SENIOR: MARTIN MARTINEZ
ASST. COACH. MR. CORREA
FRONT ROW L TO R: Shawn Benadom, Scott McAtee, Fred Widman, Donald Miltemberger, Justin Harvey, Mark Enright, Dick Baker, Andy Saylor BACK ROW L TO R: Cary Brown, Martin Martinez, David McCarty, Pat Seifer, Shane Correa, Bruce Bechtel, Brian Hatley, Rich Widman, Coach Mike Clarke.Shane takes a rest
What a game
“Let me through!”
A helping hand.
GO YOU COUGARS
Cheerleaders playing football?
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From L to R: Carrie Hay, Carol Baggerly, Janet Lilly, Patsy Seifer, Sonia Snow, Shannon Ruth, Coach Debbie Hawkins-Bottom Row: Teresa Correa, Connie Baker, Sherry Hesterlee, Tia Cady, Jamie Harvey
From L to R: Coach Debbie Hawkins, Carol Baggerly, Dena Storz, Vicky Walston, Alena Brown, Sonia Snow-Bottom Row: Connie Baker, Lorri Beacham, Patsy Seifer, Sherry Hesterlee. Lupe Martinez41
Congratulations to the Cougars for doing so well during the season and at Sub-District.
Patsy in actionA striking pose. Our spiritual leaders.
A look of anticipation.
Varsity Cheerleaders: 1. to r. (top) Tia Cady, Teresa Correa; (middle) Head Cheerleader Janet Lilly, Carol Baggerly, Vicky Walston; (bottom) Sherry Hesterlee
“I need a little R R!'
1. to r. Janet Lilly, Sherry Hesterlee, Tia Cady, Jamie Harvey, Advisor Lana Dodds, Carol Baggerly, Connie Baker, Teresa Correa, Lori Beacham, Vicky Walston
“How did I get into this?”
The Drill Team in action.
A routine to turn everyone “Upside-down”.
43BOYS VARSITY BASKETBALL “82”
From Row L to R: Rink Ramos, Gary West, Mark Enright, Fred Widman, Back Row L to R: Coach VanDrimmelen, Bruce Bechtel, Andy Saylor, Rich Widman, Pat Seifer, Gary Brown, David Lilly, Dean Gehrke, Scott McAtee, Dick Baker, Asst. Coach Ed Fisher.Scott displays his perfect shooting form
No pictures please
Bruce does a layin
Darn, not enough arch
Fred goes for the dunk!
Should I pass it or shoot?
Rich in actionGIRLS VARSITY BASKETBALL “82”
Front Row L to R: Tresi Burcham, Connie Baker, Jamie Harvey, Teresa Correa, Back Row L to R: Coach Debbie Hawkins, Patsy Seifer, Carrie Day, Janet Lilly, Arleta Reese, Alena Brown, Dena Storz, Sonia Snow, Tia Cady, Asst. Coach Stacey SnowArleta lets one loose.
Help! What do I do?
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Teresa goes for two.
Arleta outjumps an opponent.
Connie displays her dribbling skills.
District: Arleta placed 1st in the 400 meter run 2nd in the 200 meter run Carried placed 3rd in the discus Fat placed 5th in the 300 meter hurdles 6th in the 400 meter run
Tia placed 6th in the 800 meter run
State: Arleta placed 2nd in the 200 meter run 2nd in the 400 meter run
From L to R: Coach Hartman, Tia Cady, Carrie Day, Arleta Reese, Rich Widman, Pat Seifer. Not Pictured: David Iverson, Jim Seeger
Stretching out before the meet
Carrie in actionRunners take your mark.
Pat tends to a sore leg muscle
Some of the track stars take a rest
Pat jumps the hurdle with ease
Front row 1 to r: Manager Jon Dodds, Mark Enright, Donald Miltenberger, Shawn Benadom, Dick Baker, and Bink Ramos. Back row 1 to r: Scott McAtee, David Lilly, Brett Connor, Shane Correa, Fred Widman, Justin Harvey, Andy Saylor, and Coach Clark.
Brett gives him the curve ball.
Shawn tries for another homer.
Fred Slides In
Go For It
Back Row, 1 to r: Martin Martinez, Bruce Bechtel, Rion Brown, Coach VanDrimmelen. Front Row: Missy Davis, Janet Lilly, Teresa Correa.
Missy makes her move.
Martin uses strategy.
52Mr. Clarke: H.S. Football, H.S. Baseball, Jr. High Basketball
Mr. Enright: Jr. High Baseball, Jr. High Football
Miss Hawkins: H.S. Volleyball, H.S. Girls Basketball
ASST. COACHES: Mr. Fisher: H.S. Boys Basketball; Mr. Correa: H.S. Football; Mr. Wulk: H.S. Baseball; Miss Snow: H.S. Girls Basketball; Miss Ramos: H.S. Volleyball
Miss Lee: Jr. High Girls Basketball, Jr. High Volleyball
Mr. Hartman: H.S. Track - Arleta gets the first snip!
Mr. Pomeroy: Jr. High Track
Mr. Van Drimmelen: H.S. Boys Basketball, H.S. Tennis
Justin poses for the camera.
Relaxing after a hard day on the range.
Carrie models her P.J.’s.
What’s that you’re growing, Rhonda?ANNUAL
Left to right: Martin Martinez, Gary West, Wayne Jones, Andy Saylor, Bink Ramos, Rhonda Thompson, Sherry Hesterlee, Carrie Day, Dena Storz, Rion Brown, Dean Gehrke.
Left to right: Justin Harvey, Dick Baker, Shane Correa, Dee Dee Jones, Vicky Walston, Cindi Ruth, Shannon Ruth, Sherry Hesterlee, David Iverson, JoAnna Lilly, Margaret Saylor, Melany Hixson.
56Front Row: Joe Saylor, Kevin Shaughnessy, Mark Montgomery, Teresa Berry, Missy Davis, Julie Brock, Edward Martinez, Second Row: Connie Baker, Cheryl Shelley, Teresa Cady, Denene Walston. Back Row: Paul Ramos, Rob Elkins, Melanv Hixson, Bruce Bechtel, Arleta Reese, Patsy Seifer, Sonia Snow, Lorrie Beacham, Katherine Andrews. Peter Montgomery, Teresa Correa, Director; Mr. Perry.
C H 0 R
Singing at the Christmas concert.
Nice clothes, nice sounds.
Quality, not quantity.
From left to right: Alena Brown, Peter Montgomery, Lorrie Beacham, Cindi Walston, Director; Mr. Perry. 57NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY
Back Row 1 to r: Gary West, Miss Robson (advisor), Bruce Bechtel, Jamie Harvey, Miss Edgerton (advisor), Andy Saylor. Front Row 1 to r: Sherry Hesterlee, Arleta Reese, Carrie Day. Rhonda Thompson.
1st Row 1 to r: Martin Martinez, Edward Martinez, Joe Saylor, Terry Branch, Rhonda Thompson. 2nd Row I to r: Carrie Day, Gary West, Peter Montgomery, Stacy Nordquist, Justin Lewis, Tyler Bloom, •“d Row 1 to r: Mr. Hartman (advisor), Rion Brown, David Lilly, Arleta Reese. Bruce Bechtel.CAST:
Klwood I . Dowd Pat Seifer Myrtle Mae Simmons-Lorri Beat-ham Lyman Sanderson. M.D.-Bink Kamos Ruth Kelley-Sherry Hesterlee •Judge Omar Oaffney-Andy Saylor E.J. Ix fgren-David Iverson Veta Louise Simmons-Carrie Day William Chumley. M.D.-Cary West Betty Chumley-Dena Storz Duane Wilson-Peter Montgomery Mrs. Chauvenet-Melany Hixson Miss Johnson-Dena Storz
1 to r standing: Bink Ramos, Sherry Hesterlee, Carrie Day, Dena Storz, Gary West, Lorri Beacham, Peter Montgomery, David Iverson, Andy Saylor. Seated: Pat Seifer, Melany Hixson.AWARDS
Miss Hawkins presents Basketball awards.
Mr. Clarke handing out Baseball awards.
Lori gets the award for best driver.
Mr. Hartman misses his beard.p
1st How: Dan McCarty, Clay Wegner, Brandon Findley, Heather Hartsook, Sandy Perkins, Monica Faro, Coach: Bink Kamos. 2nd Row: Coach Bruce Bechtel, Matt McConkey, Bobby Findley, Tony Nordquist, Brenda O’Kane, Lisa Cady, Coach Patsy Seifer. 3rd How: Coach Andy Saylor, Pat Gaede, Todd Brown, Jim Shelley, Dan McConkey, Theresa Berry, Jessica Shaughnessy, Marta Harvill. 4th Row: Coach Fred Widman, Suzanne McCarty, Ronnie West, Brett Wegner, Nicky Vandecar, Jon Dodds, Larry Lewis, Tracy Bursell.
Way to dribble.
Top Row: Tina Gaede, Melissa Wilson, Andi Wilson. 2nd Row: Cheryl Bloom, Christa Brown, Myha Campbell, Michelle Norton, Erica McConkey.
Traci drives on through.Head Water Boys.
Oh, leave me ALONE!!
Jr. High Cheerleaders.
The monster who ate Tokyo.8TH GRADE
Class Officers: back row 1. to r. Fres. Paul Ramos, Sgt. at Arms Jim Ramos. V. Pres. Devin Correa; front row 1. to r. Sec. Amy Widman, Rep. Marie Yellowrobe. Treas. Mary Baggerly.
Artist at work.
Class Officers 1. to r. V. Pres. Terry Branch, Sec. Amy Beacham, Rep. Angel Schuening, Treas. Cheryl Shelley, Pres. Joe Saylor
55 Shakespeare eat your heart out.
Who is that masked man?
Hi there.Edward Martinez
67This years Football team did fairly well during their season and their coach was quite pleased with them. They had a record of 4 wins and 2 losses.
went through the whole season undefeated. Miss I ee said that she was proud of all of her players.
Boys Basketball had a lot of young players this year and they ended up with more losses than wins. Their record was 4 wins and 10 losses. Better Luck next year guys.
Miss Lee was proud of her Basketball team also. They walked away with a 15 wins and 12 losses record.
NO RECORD AVAILABLE
NO RECORD AVAILABLESIXTH GRADE
Front row (left to right), Ronald West, Brian Simmons, Tim Snodgrass, Dan McCarty, Middle row (left to right), Denene Baker, Becky Walston, Jon Dodds, David Hixson, Julie Clarke, Tracy Miltenberger, Patrica Gaede, Back row (left to right), Rosa Elva Madrigal, Delbert Gehrke, Bill Rolfe, Mathew Wood. Mark Montgomery, Scott Davis, Brian Bell, Kathi Thompson, Teacher: Mr. Clarke, Not Pictured (Raquel Gonzalez, John O’Kane).
Front row (left to right), Tony Nordquist, Brandon Findley, Todd Brown, Middle row (left to right), Tina Gaede, Jim Shelley, Amy Shultz, Heather Hartsook, Kristin Wood, Delta Martinez, Back row (left to right), William Young, Mathew McConkey, Betsy Schuening, Lisa Cady, Sara Andrews, Brenda O’Kane, Teacher: Mrs. Phillips, Not Pictured (Tracy Bursell, Brett Wegner).
Front row (left to right), Karzetta Sisco, Nancy Alford, Sandra Perkins, Tara Aiken, Jessica Shaugh-nessy, Tess Beacham. Back row (left to right), Joe Lawrence, Kevin Brock, Clay Wegner. Theresa Berry, Nichole Case, Cheryl Bloom. Lee Daniels, Troy Simmons, Daniel McConkey. Not Pictured (Marta Harvill). Teacher: Mr. Enright.
Front row (left to right). Myha Cambell, Erik Rogers, Joseph Hixson. Middle row (left to right). Suzanne McCarty, Andi Wilson, Christa Brown, Michelle Norton. Back row (left to right), Bobby Findley. Lorena Navarette,Shanna Fullerton. Don Culp. Not Pictured (Monica Faro). Teacher: Mrs. Ray.FIRST GRADE
(Left to right). Teacher: Mrs. Fenton, Malia Brown, Bradly Miltenberger, Sean Aiken, Stash Cambell, Jeromy Meyers, Sally Schultz, Bobby Culp, Not Pictured, (Sam Potter).
Front row (left to right), Derra Piel, Dean West, Brandi Botherton, Paul Wilson, Jimmie Bevan, Travis Simmons, Demetrius Granados, Back row (left to right), Shelley Kmert, Dani Hayden, David Martinez, Maria Madrigal, Brian Greer, Steven Nelson, Mark James. Not Pictured, (Molly Hardiman), Teacher: Mrs. Hampton.KINDERGARTEN
Standing: Mrs. Rollins, Paula Bell, Michael Moreno, Tony Bursell, Jorge Martinez, Jeremy O’Kane. Sitting: John Kestler, Curt Bevan, Bobby Dodds, Danny Perkins, Seth Roberts. Kneeling: Erica McConkey, Blanca Madrigal, Steve Sather.
I i I :BACCALAUREATE
Martin Martini and Rhonda Thompson
( arrit Day and Justin Harvey
Rion Brown and Sherry Hesterlee
Dean Gehrke and Dena Storz
Todd Holeman and Roh Klkins
The GRADUATING CLASS OF 1982: back row I to r; Gary Brown, Janet Lilly, Dean Gehrke, Dena Storz, Rion Brown, Sherry Hesterlee. Rob Klkins, Todd Holeman, front row I to r; Justin Harvey, Cindi Ruth, Martin Martinez, Rhonda Thompson, David Iverson, Dee Iverson, Carrie Day.
CLASS MOTTO: “Success is getting up one more time than you fall.”
CLASS FLOWERS: Blue tipped carnation with a yellow rose.
CLASS COLORS: Blue, Gold, and White.
Valedictorian Carrie Day Salutatorian Rhonda ThompsonADVERTISERS
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