Forest Grove Union High School - Optimist Yearbook (Forest Grove, OR)

 - Class of 1966

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Russel Klein is assisfanf to superintendent, bolh the combined disfricts. ff..-7 ancl curriculum director for , EM .f-'-'Y' "' --f" 1 i " . fm i i so V? A .7 -fs ,.,. On lefi, Principal Le Roy Gamble with Vice-Principal Marvin Mellbye discuss the problems of an ever changing school. Wa 'Bibs-1-,, Cathy Jacobs Secreiory Pat McClellan and Laurie Schams, are 'rhe principal's right and left arms. 9 Molly Peckham, on left is assistant io the librarian and AVA. Marty Stevens is secretary in H10 Guidanci office. fig i O TREASURER PRESIDENT VICE-PRESIDENT MRS. WENDELL SEASTROM MRS. ROBERT WARNER MRS- '-EONAR D DUNLAP P.T.A. SECRETARY PARLIAMENTARIAN MRS. TOM AMBLER School Board MR. RAY GIANSANTE From left to right-Mrs, Max Miller, Mrs. Gorden Burlingham, Mrs. Allen Gillman. Back o L y M r lw ll H d Robertson, Russel Peferson, J. W. Young, Russel Klein. W' O CSG , CWC! Robert Loomis, .lgngx 9 m,3. we-for .," ll "' V gl mnsxmwf qv, Cusfoclians from left to right are Glen Lazoft, Alf Ronning, Al Cappola, Dick Adams, Frank Cora. Cooks ' 3 l' s gy? W Cooks Pauline Clark and Evelyn Racine 'll xr 'hw-.. - qv ii 7. Custodians Hr." V ml " ,sw xy. ' Head Custodian Byron Farr 4413. 'ui' VERNON STAN ANTHONY ILLA ATWOOD KENNETH AZURE Ccunul Psych. Eng. III Gen Bus., Cons. Econ., Art I, Drama Typing X. A KEITH BANCROFT JOHN PAUL BENNETT SHERRY BJORKLUND BEA-I-RICE BI-ISS Alg, ll Ele- punch Gen Moth, Latin I, II Choir, G. Glee Eng- II, IV, Sr. Writ. FACULTY 10' Alugx JACKSON BLISS Mod. Prob. ECON- LYNN BORDEN CIOYIW. I, II, Home EC. I W 'I 2 ARTHUR BRACHMANN GERALD BURNETT, JR. Physics, Gen. Sci. Sem. W. Today A 1 Brachman, Ray Giansanfe, Jack Howard, Ray Chapman, and John Polhemus relax during an assembly. of-one X S JAMES BURNETT RAY CHAPMAN MARGUEQRITE CLARK ELBURN COOPER Bookkeeping, Briefhond U- S- HISTOVY Llbrary Lib" A B Band 1. YVONNE DALLMAN ALFRED GARCIA RAYMOND GIANSANTE JANA GREGORY Office P,-,I Typing, Alg, I, II, Mech. Dr. 5Peech, Eng. Il Eng, II H Bus. Mach. 13 RAY HAAS, D.E. W A I , Rx I ELMA HEWITIT P.E. II, III FACULTY ROBERT KLENKE Eng. IV I 9 BIRTEN HANSEN Ind. AHS I, ll, nl, JACK HOWARD Chem., Bio., Sci Sem. JOANNE LAMBETH Reading 1 I I I Mx -1'-'WF' VERNON HANSEN LEANNA HARVILLE Mech. Dr. II Eng. II, III, Speech i Mod. Prob., Health 'FIL7' BETH JOHANNES CECILY KING Spanish II, III, IV Eng. III, Journ. I, II I I I I Jwvv' GEORGE MCQUEEN SAMMUEL MACINTUSH BCS. MGIIW, Infer Math Eng. I ,vi V? ALLEN MATHEWS CAROL MOHR QKAREN MONACO JOE MORAN opnmasi, Art 1, iv Fr. I, ll, Ger. I, in TQ Bas- Mvfhi Geom- Gen- Science 5. ig- L:,. I LOUIS MOURICH WILLIAM OUSTERHOUT JERRY PLANK JOHN POLHEMUS Biology, Auto.. ACIV- A9-I AUTO-I P.E. II, III U. S. History Crops, Soils Ray Chapman ges to have time for his "coffee b Ii EUNICE POPE ROBERT SALTER Coun., Eng. II Wd. Today QU' 'ii "MN ' M' 1' ANNA SCHAAD com., P,E. I, IV e JERRY BILL THEW ARNOLD THOGERSON P.E. I, IV Ray Gncznsann Robert Klenke and Bull Thew mdncatethat teachers can be happy. JN09 A f SANDRA SPARKMA N He u l t h I Vk dunwq Q ' IW, A' ig W M E R I C W A L DO R F Bi ol og y w,.,mM""' Thoughtfull students listen in rapt attention to the teacher. ln the Classroom Jim Lepschat, Mr. Mourich, Rusty Reynolds and Bob Dillenburg concentrate on c Biology experiment. NY'-Q..-.. ,XV- , i . ml ' .LV I X k LA Ee, 33,34 ' Q, f he .fl P 2 lim X l ff, YJ i f e ,Q w Cecily King, explains that English can be interesting. Bill Thew, Sieve McQueen, ay Giusante and Ken Azure are seen participating in the annual Letterman-Faculty game John Polhemus uses the map when explaining fo his students abou? US History. .1 ,yn V4 grgga , .- F19 r r 1 r4,x, ? r 5159 ' L Y " K . m y A ? i. W Q-cu.-A. "wus, K Mr. Hansen helps Bull Schmldt with c mechcnlccl drcwlng Morgurife Clark checks over the cards in the library. Mr. Cooper directs a band practice. 'ff' I '--...M I n the Classroom i ,io Consumer Economic research is being learned. .I l 4 v V Mr. Brachmcnn, science teacher helps student plan an experiment. Af' wg" Roger Ball puinis on an abstract painting Sophomores gafher in rhe gym to perform a political activity. ' " iv' r. N,- ln the Classroom Mr. Cooper presents band awards. ffifiif ' rr F! 0 and more bond awards. The cafeteria is also used as a huge study hall. 1 s g Vi A NN fr NS N-.1 . .NN A ,.-nf'f5-.ik The yearbook class gets cl surprise picture. A home economics student uses u new sewing machine. Two studenfs, Debby Grey and Donna Ori s, clean out a very messy locker. 22 ,-:eb , ,Ui x I W U U iq, L aj y wg is Vi ' Art student, Darcy Tasch peels aff a print. Same layouts were made on the floor in Optimist ciass. -ff .:-.Q L .sf .QQ ...ssh Tune fv 1 ull w , 'W . , -- , -:-g.:-:ml .. 7 '21 "lk . .1 , f, 1, . '...,w-SGI f -Q AL,, ? 2. . X Q wk ZW -u V. will s. M35 ni? - ,...,.,. we-1 ' I 'ms 1 r fi -V J" 3 Y' . ' SE- ali 4' I V, S, WESL EY JARRELL, ASB President Bob Adam son Carol Asay 1 as E 11 5 Q .J JOHN RANES' AS . . BARB ZUMWAL T, ASB Secretary B Vice President First Semester Student Council The first semester Student Council set up the machinery for the remainder of the year, with Wes Jarrell acting as president, standing committees were setup, evaluation, chartering, handbook, and constitution. Several clubs contributed money to the Swim-all-Year program, a Club-of-the-Year award was set up, Freshman orientation was carried out, Rally Week was planned, and the executive committee held class discussions every morning. Steve Bateman Larry Benson 5l1ifleY Bl-'flef Ron Cain Dianne Conrad Gary Eddungs Jerry Beam Craig Baath Ida Carlson Jim Cantil Greg DeClerk Bev Engelen .3-zgg -we X H New -1 ..-gg -. A W-r ABL is it 5 003252 KATHI THOMPSON, Ass Treasurer FLASH FULL ER, ASB Afhlefic Mgr- KATHLEEN RICHARDSON, Asa File cleri SUE AMBLER, ASB Asst. Treasurer MIKE YOUNT, ASB Activities Mgr. T: 4Hwf"' J K A LARRY DUNLAP, Asa sfsgs Mgr. GARY INKLEY, Ass Arf Mgr. MAR"-W ""NE5r ASB P-T-A- Rep- KERRY MCCLELLAND, Ass Asssrrrbnss Mgr. STEFAN BUMP, Ass Asst. Arr Mgr, cAss1E sci-ILEGEI., Ass Pep Queen Luther Gore Don Harris Dave Hines Janine Inkley Jahn JGCkS0f' Bonnie Johnston Gary Krieger Fred Haney Mary Henshaw Dan Hull Andrea Jackson E'Ieen Jansen Nancy Jones Sally Luehrs ,id 'RID' if I ' -A 5.- if 'i A P A f A J ' s rr,srrr. R rrrr,rrsrr J R s.sJ is sr,r 1 R. 1 A 'W 'A f V f. . f ' 'MM .I A I v S., f Q is V . 'QL kk A . . 1, J , A vi vs. "' ii ' .ss if FA , rs g -r I nd' '27 -U Decn Malakowski Gary Mercer Shirley Miller Akiio Miyamoto Chris Nacheff , Sy' 3' ,f 7 , 'R' r"""4h l,,,g,- fl ' K 1 X5 . ' 1 f,,l',s, . .., ., .. Y 45 1 . , ' . 4. ,. ,Q ' in as M Q' i " " .I Ns 0? wgaaws Z m u l , . K X J x i , . M 5 ' ,,,., f ' J . W Q - tl 9 'Z' Z "f Q- , ' W ". 'Q KR W- W 'ffm ll 1 f Q A :f:X 1 -.- ! I '.f swf, wa -"flu lg. ' a M I E' A ' L Q ,-.45 Rose Nllclrk Duane Oberg Pam Olson Dave Ooley Mark Phelps .6 Q" v 1 'H lyk!! Anne Potier Susan Reydner Susan Reynolds Marhn Renf Todd Richardson Shary Ritchey Tom Roe Darlene Sampson Chrns Saxe fx s , -f Jay Jacobsmuhlen gnves report In ffrsf semester Sfudenf Councul it 1 CY f N6 'T rw! rifle! 2 '3i'f1" ' .T .. , L H" -at 1 4 -0 7 I - ,f J Q ef E W lf! Q' fy: I- ' .af " it . K' f' J it L X mi? 1 ' Mike Allen Paula Blow John Campbell Orletta Cowan Bei' Engelen David GSOVQS Rick Bateman Terry Bryant Mark Coglietti Bill Cunningham Georgia Ford .lim Gore JAY JACOBSMUHL EN, ASB President A ,, 5 J' 1 I ff 2 3 - 4 1-sg III nr lil ei1i!..I!G !!!i Jim Haynes Michelle Hines Not pictured: Steve Higgly SECCND SEMESTER TUDENT COUNCIL PROMOTES RALLY WEEK Second semester Student Council, led by President Jay Jacobs- muhlen, accomplished many worthwhile projects. Perhaps the most beneficial to beautifying our school was the purchasing and installing of maroon felt in the back ofthe showcase in the main hall. Second semester Student Council also supported Rally Week and sent two representatives, Cassie Schlegel and Mike Yount, to the Oregon Youth Council Conference in Salem. During the year Student Council discussed many issues affecting the students problems and passed constitutional revisions making Lettermen's Club honorary and the Viking Log editor a student body officer. TOM NEWEI-L, ASB Vice President JUDY JOHANSEN, ASB Secretary 0' , K- 'Mf' i A id ,Qi ,.ts.', lc'-9 ,,- wr ll A-f"" a .. ,Q ,. f sg wa? f Sharon Hoffman Lenore Keller Marcia Kelson Tom Lancaster Shirley Lee . "'1iS""T"'ri4, fzftiii' Qrmrg f U 1, M 6 i . 5 . ,, 0, fn"-6 4 oQ fi L My k y ff e i Ri V Doris Lohner Sally McClure Dan MCCullugh Gordon McGraw Terri Meyers i Six l-Wil .ur Ben Miller Larry Morris Melissa Newton Mike Nunn Kay Paterson L49 -on f" is fd iailj i,-4-. ,.n, vi' ur ,Q Jessie Peppard John Plughauft Mark Phelps Steve Porter Ann Potter Bob Riccard Judy Ross Gary Schauermann 1 vb 1 I X H ll i 4 X Mike Schauermann Becky Smith Warren Schlegel Nancy Smith Dianne Sharp Dave Skinner Sandy Shupp Anne Sfites Larry Verboart gives report during 2nd semester student council meeting. llllilm' HI - Y PRGMOTES CHRISTIAN :DEALS f'i5EAllOSi? i S em res' en' 2nd Sem. President Promoting high Christian ideals by attending com- munity churches monthly, is an activity sponsored by the Hi-Y Club. This activity created and promotes high standards of Christian character in the school, home, and community, which is the main concern ofthe club. Hi-Y is an all boy club, and he must have beena sophomore, iunior, or senior for one semester in order to be eligible. Randy Bateman Rick Gardner Kerry McClelland Tom Newell Dave Schildknechl Chuck gunman ROY wvftegpaugh Crai Booth Fred Haney Dan MuCulloch GarY Schauefmann Dan Sheldon Glen Slmman 'lack oo Lang Dunlap Jay Jucobsmuhlen Ben Miller Mike Schauermqnn Albert Stevens Steve Van Doren Mike Yount Q9 ' 9 id 5 Q "rim", gfgl I2 ll ' I::2....' I :E 9,5 i tl ,ff X I Lynn Allen Rosalie Dennis FICSI1 Fuller Don Harris M H I SUS J H . Sue Ambler Larry Dunlop Rick Gardner Kathi Hayr1S5 DCdhyHi.iiIm Wesiirdy jilrriell Tsrlitl L-Tdhiggilele Sfefcm BUYTIP GUVY Eddlngs David George Mike Heisler Andrea Jackson .Il-'dY Johansen Dean Malakowslmi KVISYY Clank Bev Engelen Fred Haney JOY Hellman Marilyn .IGrreIl Tessie Jones . Kerry McClelland HONOR SOCIETY CONTINUES TUTORING SERVICE AII eligible iunior and senior students are voted on by a faculty committee in order to be- come a member of Honor Society. This year's Honor Society was a group of fine leaders, each possessing good citizenship, scholastic ability, character, and leadership. High ideals and a constant striving for achievement, not only in the school but in the community also, are the main goals. The members are kept bu sy during the year with various activities. The most popular is the tutoring service, which aids students who need help in a particular subiect. Principal Leroy T. Gamble administers the oath at membership to new members of National Honor Society. Ci? Andrea West 5 h Helen bherman Ann Sfutes Glen bhnman rShksZleCS?:LhTeg3nn Ddvld Skinner Gordon Sgewqfy Steve Vcn Doren Paulo Whlflcf Warren Schlegel Alberf SYEVGFIS Chuck Sflnmcln Gale Vaundenng M'ke Ycum Plctured below are thus years Narnonal Honor SOCIETY offrcers They Include top row Dovud George Vrce Presudenf Gary Mercer and Mike Schauermonn Presudenfs Boifom V. row Shurley Muller and :ck Gardner Trecsurers and Helen Sherman and Paulo WI-nt I li ppl' V - 'KL J ' ' f ' -J lg, V Q Ti., r A , ii s W , V K ' f V "" frm 1 A , i, 0 . Y . , .J is ,V 'B -v.. 1 li w if ts, -e We it 'L Q. may , I gist. . 3 X, x V , L A , X it tetr , J s x M B We J it ttetts 4 Q . l' X A . V nf J , get A ' ' ff J 1 , t 'QV .V i ' ' , E -:7 2 J. fi - A J 4:5 ' fi F 2- Q Kofi 1 'tl Ei: Qii54ff5fs2!:.,f::s -its e tisit i J J iiss , L , e J K f V s itit -ff i e 'aw K Z. , W he H-.,-fi J .Q L-., ,WV 21 ,r ,. J ,V ,xx V ,A 4 i J it ' 541 M - f V K ,Qs if vi f si FJ' K 1. 1- . i ss- ,J . V, V ' - 4-4 V A A 'NYY 15,1 it as ' A ' J Q55 My ut 9 -. 'f' 'Q I-"H i '. ' ' ,i 1. . . , V , , ,A igglgiiz1?i.i:giEVV.:V Lk V Mary Lou wcfenpough i 5, it V can Wyckoff , V J - M 2 V Frankie Yost vo- 'W' ' . l 'W fo' 'll it of ' '1- 4 mtg: gif? 53.92-,Z ss: tl it rf 2' if " V 4 B' it , Ill ' Pam Abbott Pat Adomonis Jenny Beaver Susan Bishop Joyce Bri clges 4 iff" Q I 'U 'if i Ki' rv 'C V ,, mf? I A ff' V, 4 752, 1' M l ,Q l MUVY BVYUU Merrill Foley Lois Johnson pcm Mcclure pam Shermn Pam Clayton Kathy Haney Elaine Johnson Maria Redner Debby Skinner PONY Conrad Brenda Hendricks Kitty Knapp Dianne Sharp 50,-,dy Sfevens EliZUbETl1 Evelcnd Michelle Hines Sharion Knapp Cam' Sheeler Jeanne Van Dyke SUSCID Evans Mary Huson Jeanne Litts Lindo Sheeler Mona Wa,-ne, J GRA Demonstrates Sportsmanship One of the main benefits of GRA is sportsmanship. Fun and fellow- ship are also important to the girls as they sponsor the intromurals. The girls are kept at a busy pace throughout the year by having play cloys, hikes, bicycle rides and other activities. ,. ev, ii ,M 'r --...txt tll,":""..R i , ' 32 1 1 tt' ' Qi' v. ' 3 - , Susan Reclner PRESIDENT DANCE TE M BECOMES SEPARATE CLUB The Dance Team, a separate club from Boosters this year, was under the leadership of senior, Kathi Thompson. The team was composed ot six girls, each picked individual ly on her ability, personality, and poise. After many long hours ot practice, the girls performed band routines for the football and basketball games and provided halt-time entertainment with their well-learned routines. DANCE TEAM MEMBERS, First row, left to right: Kathi Thompson Yost, and Bev Engelen. Leader, This year the Dance Team was asked to provide half-time entertainment tor a Pacific University basket- ball game. They also provided entertainment for the Letterman-Faculty game. Although it was a year full of hard work and long' practices, the Dance Team was an added boost to the teams of F.G.U.H.S. Sally Luehrs, and Kathleen Richardson. 2nd row: Sue Ambler P 33 ?K1 1 silk . 'Q 1 Frankie ftimvmmi I , ., I its Cl K -- ri 1 fm: -"I "' can 11" 'gs "H" N at r xx, f f E, X v eq 1, i .. V jf X Mg, f K Y if vt --r" J Donna Bridges Molly Cowon Brenda Hendricks Chris Henry Marilyn Hines NGHCY H'-'VS' Susan Juffell Treasurer SecretarY I Qi . if yr e r Lag? -N ml QL 7 I 139' Q' f-. for bw 1 - nf' X fx ig: ,L Ev, KV ,A X ,Karin if F H V rw ,vs ,2 . Doreen Johnson Lindo Lukas Pam Macmillan flint'-" .- f.. fs 'U - G Pi? K-0 V,-gf Z fees x 4 .WD A lei Helen Sherman Anne Stites Judy Strandberg Kris Miss Schaad, advisor of Boosters, and Bonnie Johnston, president, pause a moment after planning the activities of Boosters. K 9 l i 2 e 1 A-1 sr- i - Karen Morton S it is ' 4 : i , 1 Susan Reynolds -av- -Lp Shary Ritchey Serg eant-at-arm s Senior Vice-President i Vearrier Noreen Warren Paula Whirlarch Barbara Zumwali BOOSTERS SUPPORT VIKI GS Gaily attired in maroon and white uniforms, the Boosters attended sports events to support the Vik- ings. Performing during football half-time, donating Thanksgiving and Christmas baskets to needy fami- lies, and sponsoring the Sports Banquet for all Senior athletes, were among the many activities of the Boosters. The club also sponsored a clean-up cam- paign. A slumber party was an added enjoyable event for the Boosters at the close of the year for those new members who were interested in joining the club next year. P' Enthusiastic Boosters support a clean-up campaign. This years Boosters sponsored the pie-eating contest during the annual Gay 90's festivities. .V L I W N ' . .2 4 ,fn Q x 1 ggi" In their spring uniforms, the Boosters take time-out from a meeting to pose for the Optimist camera. Senior athletes and coaches enioy their dessert at the Sports Reception. 35 Kerry McClelland was the recipient of the Leftermen scholarship, which is awarded Randy Bateman Bill Bean Jim Cantil w, YSOYIY- FRED HANEY LARRY VERBOORT 'Ist Sem. President 2nd Sem. President The Let ermen had another busy and profitable year. Fred Haney, Ist semester President, got the club off tola busy paceg and Larry Verboort, 2nd semester President, kept the boys active throughout the rest of the year. I Ron Den is Fyed Haney Greg Klein David George Larry Hundley Steve Lardy .Iay Jacobsmuhldn Karl Hering Tom Lancaster ACTIVE LETTERME PROMOTE SCHOOL SPIRIT The bays were kept busy by numerous activities, such as ushering at games and assemblies, and selling popcorn after school. A new proiect this year was selling book covers. 'Terry Lenhartzen Ron Lively Dean Maiakowski Q. Ed Munson Gary Mercer K9I"'Y Mcclellond Carlos Metos Mike MeYe" Ben Miller V ,, - I .. if T Chuck Stinman Glen Stinman Gordon Stewart B Am, ,,.o..., -T . mv"W - S g Iss onaco Mnss Sparkman, Muss Hewstt Mass Mohr and Miss Schmnclf who are enloying the L 37 John Thompson Gary Trimble Gale Vaabdering Roy Watenpugh Jack Wood Mike Yount Not pictured Tom Roe .lay Jacobsmuhlen watches anxiously as fellow Letterman Gary Mercer, and teacher, Mr. McQueen, have cz lump ball Ref ns John Thompson. K K ,J ' f "-Q.,-A as K "ff, lgi L 'r 1 X LYNN Allen Ida Carlson Dan Anderson Pam Cane, Bill Bean Larry Dunlap Terry Bryant Stefan Bump John Burnett Mike Schauem-ian TH ESP , Q ,g , k,gg'ji1S K, .. . ,r'r ' . gi E ei., .tv , iiQ35i3i , l " ,dl gtg Georgia Ford David George Dave Hines is al K he Back row, Kris Nascheff, Mike Shauerman, Gale Vandering. Front row, Kathy Smith, David George. IANS PRESENT MUSICAL REVIEW This years Thespians presented for the first time, a musical review, "A Tribute to Lerner and Loewe." Students from all classes participated in this pro- duction, Other events throughout the year included: "The Miracle of the Madonna," Cl Christmas play, and a national Thespian initiation, to induct new mem- bers. , zz: ffi V Lgigalz-1av:5f,. - ' ""fWf5'. . 1 ' Gil iii' -. mf .t?f'f5r' A f ,aff ' 4 .. Q , J2. T - dv , :av .-3 ' ze.: ,Vt gps! 1.4 .,,...... L A nr ull 5 , Ill ' L 'T III f an lil , .... ... .......... M l MiCl'lell9 HEHBS Gary lnkley Wesley Jarrell Deana Lee -lf-'Y Hvllmdn Jay Jacobsmuhlen Tessie Jones Ran Lively 38 , f l fifig? L 6 , ill .1 Mr. Azure presents Kris Nascheff with an award. M. W Dan McCullough Mr. Azure present Wesley Jarrell with an award. J, fy .il if . -5 :ii , M'5i125y - ' ig Q: -, '- 7' r s A ly 1: em fl . 'll -qv' aff , ,A - .4.'.,gf' r L, s x. - ,we-., K C""J 4 F , 1- 1 5, M il f :Q r 13-7 fi ' f . .,' I x ?ff:'g':f1fyQff . - . l -.::+.b.z - ' ' 1 ,, April Marian Dan McCulloch Shirley Miller Melissa Newton Martin Reif Cassie sfhlegel Kerry McClelland pam MCMiHian Chris Nacheff l-Grry Rau Kathleen Richardson Kafl"Y Qm-1h Mike Schauermann Glen Stlnman 39 Anne Stites Korlan Tosch Gale Vaondering Steve Van Doren Jack Wood Clayton Yaws V GIRL'S LE GUE MISS MERRY CHRISTMAS PRINCESSES C! KI 'Cfizsv Senior Princess Barb Zumwglf Junior Princess Sandy Shupp Escort Larry Verboorf Escorr Craig Boofh Sophomore Princess Jessie Peppord Freshmen Princess Mary Langton Escort Todd Richardson Escort Larry Morris ,sv 445 2' 0.4 4 ' :k'Af "an 6 I Xu.. Girls League officers, Vickie Jaqua and Linda Oberg, lead the refreshment line during the Big-Little Sister party. BUSY YEAR EOR GlRL'S LEAGUE SALLY LU EHRS President Judy Ross Vice President Kathi Thompson Treasurer Under the leadership of President Sally Luehrs, the Girl's League had another successful year. The Miss Merry Christmas drive, with a princess from each class, was sponsored to encourage Christmas spirit and raise money for the needy. The club also sponsored, the Big-Little-Sister-Party, which wel- comed the freshmen to our school and the club, the Magazine Drive, the Dad-Daughter Banquet, and, the Mother's Tea. Linda Oberg Secretary CQ,-QI Beam Michelle Hines Diane Oberg Vickie JGQUU Jeannie Moeller Paula Whitlatch Publicify Point Chairman Historian Photogr0pl'19F Songleaclef Handbook Editor ai MN V. iv., JD- , 'C ,V HIGH SCHOGL RED CRCSS SERVES COMMU ITY Judy Stra ndberg lst semester President Cindi Cedergreen Judy Ross Barbara Zumwalt 2nd semester Pregidenf Vice-President Secretary-Treasurer Giving service in the three fields, community, national, and inter- national, is the main goal of the High School Red Cross. The present- ing of turkey shaped table and tray decorations, gave many patients of the Hillsboro hospital a cheery Thanksgiving. At Christmas time, the club caroled at the Masonic Home, giving the residents cookies and Christmas cards. Each spring, a princess from each class is chosen to collect money for those in need. The princess who collects the most money over a one week period is crowned queen at the dance on Friday night. Cynthia Cedergreen, president, presides over Red Cross meeting as Barb Zumwalt, secretary, records minutes, ug:-1 Bl! i t 1, aff, Q. 1 """" 42 ' K . C 1 'k lg U . M A 'Y ifx It ' 1. nf-A'-25 X X X ,SCA Q39 24:2 - Left to right: 'Ist row: Patsy Tucker, Nancy Tucker, Jo Ellen Cedergreen. 2nd row: Judy Johansen, Bev Kennedy, Pam McMiIlian. 3rd row: Bud Kinder, Mike Schcuermann, Don McCullcgh, David Gardner, Akita Miyamoto. iw? ,FW 13: ,rf QW Q, K-in Q? -r 'lf' CHORUS GROUP E TERTAIN ASSEMBLY UDIENCES Outstanding performances for special assemblies, including Thanksgiving, Christmas, and Gay Nineties, were among the many occassions in which the choir took part. Not only did the listeners receive enter- tainment from the choir, they were also entertained by the Girlls GI ee, and two triple Trios. The choir also participated in Pacific University's Music in May festival, held at Pacific, in the spring. i L, ive 3 y Miss Biorklancl, choir director, and Jeannie Pruitt accompaniest. Left to right: 'lst row: Nancy Tucker, Virginia Musgrave, Wilmo Wallace, Jessie Peppcrd, Pam McMillian, Dianne Smith, Brenda Hendricks Norene Warren, Sharon Krieger, Patsy Tucker, Jo Ellen Cedergreen. 2nd row: Nikki Collins, Kahna Crosley, Nancy Hurst, Bud Kinder Char lene Ortman, Jim Henry, Tom Sonfleth, Akita Miyamoto, Judy Johansen, Bev Kennedy, Cathy Kirby, Lucy Franck. 3rd row: Duane Bett Mike Schauermann, Art Erwin, Darcy Tosch, Linda Larkins, Darrell Crawford, Rodney Morris, Dan McCullogh, Dennis Wagner, David Gardner -99 ag 33 aw- S -una,-J i l . - -1 A- v 14,-3 'xiii' Q J ' , , ' E ff , A 'iw t i V l thing " B1 T 1 L . . fi 3 if GIRLS GLEE lst row, left to right: Pat Kindell, Bonnie Kindell, Loura McCloud, Debbie Olinger, DeAnn Varner, Gloria Teninty, Jeannie Pruitt, Darlene Harms, and Deunne Holly. 2nd row: Ordine Bonser, Cathy Asher, Kathy Tobey, Dana Rowley, Kay Hilder- brand, Sally McClure, Paulette Maplethorpe, Susie Wilson, and Loretta Bible. 3rd row: Terri Bartlett, Donna Kent, Janice Meade, Carolyn Jensen, Kathy Shaw, Leslie Hulrs, Dianne Conrad, Loretta Hawkins, and Patsy Kendall. left to right: Judy Johanson, Jo Dedergreen, Patsy Tucker, Brenda Hen- dricks, Sharon Krieger, Nancy Tucker, Pam McMillian, and Nikki Collins. , l ' v left to right: Susie Wilson, Bonnie Kindell, Jeannie Pruitt, Cathy Asher, Debbie Olinger Didnne Conrad, Carolyn Jensen, and Leslie Hults. TRIPLE RIO: we-if ,l be ,Li x I I Q' it rx? if 2, ' 5 z- 3 bfi , I Z .x F up f'H??W W- 1 'N 5 1 -.. Q H5529 Boss section Clarinet section Flute secfion Maioreffes-- Elizabeth Evelcnd Sandi Prawifz Frcnki Yost Drum moioretfe Mona Warner Forest Grove Band Provides Entertainment Deep appreciation goes to the band for the many performances and assemblies that were given throughout the year. Under the direction of Elburn Cooper,tl'1e band was outstanding inits performances, demonstrating variations of jazz, classical, and popular music. The Pep Band, a vital yet sometimes unrecog- nized part of school spirit, played for all Home games while the dance band played at school assemblies. Exchange concerts were also a part of the busy band program. 1 ' 1 r 5 1 FMEQ S 4 twig E A Y ,Q ggi? Foreign exchange student, Alcito Miyamoto, and his ,Q American brother, Mike Schauermann. AD, ,QN 5, I +V' , 1,.,'vgi l-E56 Vglfv , '3. , ", g 5, 5 . The primary purpose ot the American Field gf 35' 'fig ' ,it Service club is to promote the exchange student J f,g'L'g. ,f if Q ,gflt-I ' program with toreign countries and to raise I Larry Dunlap, Forest Grove's AFS exchange student, visited Spain money tor the sponsorship ot students over- in the summer of 1965. seas each summer. The main event of the club is the American Field Service assembly, held each year, with the exchange students from various schools. The club is open to any stu- dent who is interested in the A.F.S. service AES SPO SORS AMERICAN FIELD ERVICE ASSEMBLY The foreign exchange student from Belgium presents her speech to the students of F,G,U,H,S, program. FHA SPO SORS STYLE SHOW The style show, which is the main event of the year, is sponsored by l:.H.A. Girls belonging to this club gain valuable experience and training in the homemaking field by practicing cook- ing and serving techniques. The girls learn to work for a good home and family life through the satisfactions of good homemaking. fi A 1 The theme for this years style show was, "Past, Present, and Future." Shown above are Sharon Hoffman, representing past, Barb Zumwalt, representing pre- sent, and Marcia Kelson, representing future. s' x., 'O --...ni V1 A" Karen Mo rton Sue Reynolds Vice-President PRESIDENT 1 K, xx' ls Kay Paterson and Lois Johnson modeling DeLynn Bett Helen Sherman evening gowns to represent the past. Secretary Treasurer w do nn' ,gg-QI , Ll I mf? Q, ,,.. ' -6 X x 1 JJ' E 1' QQ' K I I V' f,-jury . A. ,f-- 4 1- W , ' U 551' iff' 1 , . ,fi::,',d-,gi -' V ' . . my i V, , " 4 X 3, f..'?', A 'L' "' 4 ,Ps '-ua., .eff 5 1' ,l , 14, '--1-P - , , , 1 1 M - e lf 1" I , e if h .AJ 5,1 5 ' I , ,Jw zf vemiif ' kk I i ! .R-xv f? ff- ifv-,f f IIIESV I Rick Bateman Larry Clark Jim HGYCS Dave Kintz Rodney Morrison Smve Porte' EOUI ,sfrsiefoo Jim Boyd Terry Fife Dan .Iuden Bill Knoke Dan Meyers Bob RI99Ie BeEIulZ.b F Terry Bryant Rich Garner Art Kindel Irene Meade Nicky Peckham Dan Russell 0 ' e FF P RTICIPATES IN CONSERVATION PROGR M The Future Farmers of America is a na tional organization of boys studying agri- culture in high school. It has state asso- ciations and local chartered chapters. The prime interest of the club is the conserva- tion of our natural resources. The functions of F,F,A, are numerous. Included are: stock iudging contests at county fairs, entering livestock at fairs, numerous con- tests such as Farm Management, Public Speaking, Parliamentary Procedure, Shop Skills, and Soil Judging. The scoring mem- bers represent the chapter in their contests at district and state levels. F.F.A. also donate their time to service proiects throughout the school, such as the trash barrels between our school and town. The club also sponsors the annual Donkey Basketball game. PRESIDENT Mike Van Dyke 6 SCCVETUVY Sentinel Lynn Scott Don Wormington VICE-PRESIDENT Jerry Bean Reporter Treasurer. Kenny Scott Sieve Bcieman ln the new greenhouse. ln the new greenhouse. ln the new greenhouse. ln the new green hou se. Club of the Year Club of fhe Year is a new award, which will be awarded each year. All clubs parficipafecl by turn- ing in reports of each monfh's activities. This year lhe recipient was FFA, The club with fhe highest 'rolal number of points. After a busy year, Mike Van Dyke, Presidenl, received the award for his club. IRL Discusses World Problems The main purpose of I.R.L. is to further high school students knowledge of international affairs and relations. By developing an active interest in international affairs, the club seeks to draw the youths of different countries closer together. While studying to see and understand the many problems that plague the world, the club strives for international peace. The annual international Relations Confer- ence, held at the University of Oregon, is one of the highlights ofthe l.R.L.'s busy program. Anne Potter presides over an l.R.L. meeting. 'G' Z N Anne Potter PRESIDENT Virginia Snider Historian MGH lyrl Jarrell Vice-President Brenda Hendri cs Secretory Treasurer A,iei'q.',i.Q Organizations ,N + .,-- ff Miscellany 'TIF Q- dm ss ' Q x is it Rug- Y.. The foriegn language club banquet was a great success xr , 1 f Ari' C00PeV'5 band relaxes mom e""U'llY- Seniors await tickets passed out by Mr. Gamble. Juniors are enjoying a "spring grass1'alk." Mr. Cooper, assisted by Mono Warner, gives out music awards. I - l x -4 fx ,. ii.. I wx. A 1- .1 v I ' .z E Bax 5 ..., ,f mar ,W V' -' ' w'g:5"' F E. Optimist Places Students ln Warren Schlegel Pl'1OT09fUPhe" FGUHS Life x Allan Matthews, advisor, and Pam Carter, editor, directed the Optimist staff with the developing of the l965-l966 annual. This year's staff spent many hours -'gi to portray accurately the life at Forest Grove Union I School in an interesting and enjoyable fashion. Darlene Sampson Sports Co-Editor Pam Carter, editor ancl Allan Matthews advisor looking over pictures forthe yearbook. Allen Mathews catches the Optimist staff at a busy moment. Left to right: Sally Luehrs, Linda Oberg, Vickie Jaqua, Shary Rnd-,ey Kqfh, Thompson, Barbara Zumwalt, Pam Carter, Kris Vearrier and, Michele Hines af, i X .,, V , 7 - 'xb- 'T T 'sa , J" X f wwexififtifes ff em: Lx MW, MRS, KING, ADVISOR, takes a moment to read the Viking Log, the school 's paper. fl. ,V Hi" ' 'Q I S i f 5 ,-.bs -as ,' ,353 ,si , i i if i , ,,... T 1 ' is 3 - f f gi ' x 4 ' I CHRIS NACHEFF Editor Sue Tompkins MOVY Sands Femme Edirol, Third Page Editor Larry Cantil Editor ....... Feature Editor . . Third Page Editor Business Manager . . . Sports Editor . . . Photographer . Reporters . . ,fy ,-wx X VIKI G LOG EDITS SCHODL PAPER The Viking Log is the school paper which pro. trays accurately the school affairs. Published by the Journalism II class, the school paper provides an informative and interesting source of events and happenings of FGUHS. This year the staff was kept busier than usual because of the increased variety and larger production. Chris Nacheff Sue Tompkins Mary Sands Pam Carter Judy O'Rear Clinton Giberson Larry Cantil Rod Fuiten Jay Jacobsmuhlen Ann Lewis Ben Miller Gary Schauermann Judy Strandberg Lynn Vanderzanden l if-'f3v"f' "5 Judy O'ReCH' Sports Editor s,..4 me Pam Carter Ph her Business Manager omgmp Rod Fuiten Jay Jacobsmuhlen Ann Lewis Ben Mme, gfiy . fl i 1 55915 --ni Q.. -N4 ,hp Viking Log staff fakes momen? fo pause for OpTimist camera. Susan Tompkins and ing Logs fo sfucienis Ga ry Schau ermann Larry Contill, members ofthe staff, distribute Vik- 'I Myra - . .,., ,. l A V , -..,,,, . It i 59 Y Judy Strandberg Lynn Vanderzcnden XR N"'3w :W PQ sw. ', cuss icyoui plan , K. f s L L ' f yyyii f , , l , , . Mrs. King, advisor, and Chris Nacheff, edifor, dis- John Able News-Times I X-Wg ?3 -1 f Vicki Davis Kamp us Kl eaners Virginia Gross C. Penny's Store Skinner s Thriftway Distributiue Education Students Participate in Various Contests The class had a successful year for continuing the business relationship of Forest Grove mer- chants, and FG students. Under the direction of Mr. Ray J. Haas, the class was instructed on the different aspects of the marketing and distribution fields of business. Charlyn Allen Ken Conroy Chevrolet Caroll Asay Cheryl Ennes Shirley Foster' Lincoln Jr. High School Office Harvey Clarke School Office. Q. Alynne Jansen Joseph Gale School Office Sharon Herb News-Times Linda Thomas Susan Tomkins Rexcll Drugs Central School Office McClelland's Pharmacy Sharon Herb travelled to Chicago, Illinois with six other Forest Grove DE students, and came back with a national trophy. Sharon won second place in the advertising contest, which was held at the national convention on April 25-May 1, This was only one of the many awards received by Forest Grove Distributive Education students this year, Twenty-one of the twenty-three students attended the state convention in Salem, and brought back eleven trophies. Pam Carter Cindi Cedergreen Suzanne Davis News-Times Lincoln Jr. High Office Joseph Gale School Office Richard Garner Johnson 84 Hoffman Service Station Rod Garrett Couper's Gro cerY Store Walt Gore Progress Electronics Susan Klein Central School Office Terri MeyerS Coglietti Chrysler-Plymouth phaqa Graphic i Linda Vanclehev Harvey Clarke School Office Nancy Williams First National Bank 60 CAROLI. ASAY SUSAN TOMPKINS Ray Haas Flrsl Semester President Second Semester President D. E. Advisor Carol Asay received the Student of Year award for DE in The awards assembly. Pam Carter, Susan Klein, and Carol Asay siarf on the trip to Salem for the leadership conference. si! 1 Sharon Herb was the National 2nd place award winner for Advertising at Chicago, Illinois. OFFICE OFFERS SECRETARIAL TRAINING wp 5gv ,, MQ , --.. 2 W - i I I ,, . ,,,.,f ,,,- f. -., Y 1 , -,, ',- Mask W. ' 'f"' -V A' - f T 1-.qfpf A tt M- Office Practice student, Judy Strandberg, answers the telephone while office secretary Pat McClelland, looks on. Georgia Ford Annette Henrie Brenda Hall Sharon Hoffman Gail Hamilton Alynn Jansen Div rw'-'uh i 'i 1 J I ri T' YYI i Vicki Jacque Jeannie Moeller Barb Olson . -Q .. wsu:--af ssf .5 . . it i fp... ,, if KW.,--q.f.,M ,KWKK .. The Office Practice girls gain excellent background in business education, under the direction of Pat McClelland and Laura Schamp. New to the Program this year, the girls met once a week to learn more thoroughly the pro- cedures of ofti ce practice. Among the many routines for the busy girls were the daily rounds of picking up attendance slips, typing tasks, operating the telephone switchboard, and totaling the absentee list. The staff of girls is an invaluable aid in the administrationpt the school. Pam Olson Darlene Sampson DOIOIIIY Tflpletf Sharon Pollreisz Dianne Smith Kris Vearrier Shary Ritchey Judy Sfmndberg Nancy Williams Sf, I I xg I my if ' I 19225511 l'T'N Sharon Brun son Art Caylor yr 1 ,na -6 , sf' ' . 4. we 'il W , , in-eo 'ff' Q 1 , , Q 1:1 I . ,M , .. . un ,. .I K X 1.14, 1 Lx 1' I 1. 'Q A. , 'f K , - K w-+4 - J , ii'-Q ,.- . ,HA . ,K I .if 7 I i f .fill ..i s' .s fi . ms r Scott Arthur Jan Clark Bobbi Gardner Betty Hernandez Rose Nllfifk Larry Clark Joyce Davis Von Granle Jean Guyot LIBRARY PRACTICE PROVIDES EXPERIENC Members of the Library club are involved in many activities throughout the year. Some of these Include the repairing of old books, labeling new books, filing and cataloging, and keeping the library neat and orderly. Taking inventory at the end of the year is one of the most important duties of the stu- dent librarians. Heading the staff is Marguerite Clark, with the assistance of Elburn Cooper. Janet Lambert Kay Lorenz Rose Nikirk, a studen hours. t libra Mary Phelps Thereasa Powell +4- an Bob Riggle r ' :I . I fig I I , . new f I sf , I 5 4 A .. , k R-., K ' , , ii - it f xt X ,fx 5 N : il sf' I Glenda Strickland Not pictured: Gary Bristow Patty McCloud Brun son John Campbell Darrell Clayton Darell Crawford Lyndall Cutright Sandra Fiedler Mary Frame Clint Giberson Jeanne Gore Jack Gravely Roland Jensen rian, and Mrs. Peckham, are kept bus during My I Linda Thompson Alice Titmus Clarence Juhrs Owen Keller Sharon Keller John Maderos Susan Mannen Virginia Musgrave Gay Olinger Dean Pate Dennis Schneider Ken Shaw Carolyn Southard Ann Weaver Sharon Whitelesey the library 63 -1 A SCIENC CLUBI TERESTEDI THE FUTURE ..5."i"ri 2- '- Science experiments, science tair projects, and field trips occupy the talents and interests ot science minded students. Members ot the club are aware of the current national interest in science and the responsibilities ot scientists in the future. Bill Bean GarY Eaton James HUYV'e5 Dave Ooley Todd Rlchufdson David Bish0P Flash Fulle' Dave Hines John Ousterhout Bob Rigsle Phil Dana Gre9 Gent Fred MUY Jon Pflughoupi Rick ScmP5o"' -ching DON HARRIS President Ken Sharp Ralph Snook Craig Tilsan 'iff in ,tizf L. - , ,1 11,5525 553- ft, , l P l 'JJ' 3 fig I' Y -4 fx... -'sn it .41 .f X 9 iw c i A r tn i if W Steve Vanderzanden Henry Vaughn M ., W-,h:,,, , 5 - i 5,-Y 5 , V' t Q 'mi 4 1,1 5 t-ov, ,, is 1 1, I ,X 1" .T f l . .. .um x f H 'x i X. WW m "Ig fm Q ' E LR I-Q A' Y 1 '1 R 0 i 'KJ JAX i ' ii L.: n-4 1 I 1 V x f 4 Y , ' ' wi ' Uwe ' ' ,.ff.i,.' ? 5 ' .xi h Wif i if x V. 'fit' 1' A. ww an fw- 1 ,z ,Q 3 sw' ,L fig? pas. LZ r ,lags , 14' '- 2 , - A f- I ., fi., Eid - .: - , ,A -'C' V 'f V1 .... .MX i ,f,t.'2317"g xg B Q k ' wwf" -', , ' H N A B M z K J--,ggww xl. x, X. ,A if ,Sw Q-1 FEATURES 1, I 4 ' . I 'SI iii S-X c . .S me S. . t 3 . , FGIIHJ' H01V01P.S' HIGH SCHOOL RED CRDSS QUEE JANINE INKLEY Janine lnkley was chosen High School Red Cross Queen on the night of March 4, I966. Other princesses chosen the week before were Trudy Testorff, Freshman, Beverly Engelen, Junior, and Judy Strandberg, Senior. Each girl spent one week collecting money from their own classes and the girl collecting the most was chosen Red Cross Queen. A total of 5201.89 was collected by all the classes. Janine is a member of Girls League and was Ist Semester Student Council Representa- tive Ior her home room. Her time outside of school is spent in a variety of ways as she en- joys doing almost anything. 66 MISS MERRY CHRISTMAS SANDY SHUPP Sandy Shupp was crowned Miss Merry Christmas the night of December l7th, 1965. The Princesses competing were Mary Lang- ton, Freshman, Jessie Peppard, Sophomore, Sandy Shupp, Junior, and Barbara Zumwalt Senior. Each class voted and chose a prin- cess and throughout the week of December l7th, they each sold tickets to their respec- tive classes. The girl collecting the most money the end of the week was crowned Miss Merry Christmas. The money collected was given by Girls League to the Elks Club to be donated to needy families. Sandy has shown 'her interest in various activities by participating in lst Semester Student Council, Girls League, and American Field Service. .3 X x.:-5-A-ixv t V 1 4 1 sg Q --qui-" .A A 'U '1""?W'W' FGUHS HO CRS KITO MIYAMOTO Our foreign exchange student, Akita Miyamoto, came to us from Ashiya, Japan, a city located on the south- western part ot Honshu Island. Akito's main interests are music and language. He participated in the Choir and Musical Revue and various classes dealing with language. Before he left Japan, he was director of the choir in his school. He plans to attend college after completion of high school in Japan. Akito's stay with us was most enjoyable and enligh- tening. Our association with him broadened the under- standing between Japan and the United States. QP' i ' x ' ' 'RY 4 . X 'F 5 Q . - ' QV 4 .Maggy A I Q sw-ws dh, 5 fQ'M wg - - : dc., QB z,, ,,2,, L nw' 3. I A 4' 1 mn x . 'xfx - '- vw ' 3., -Q., wi? 1 1:1 7? ' .J. x, n f . N. xc , , XE hx 'I S 3 s.,,'LI. .M .ff P6'lIH.S' H0110 5' VIKI G ACHIEVEME T AWARD FRED HANEY Senior Fred Haney was named the winner of the Viking Achievement Award. This award goes to a Senior boy who has participated in the athletic pro- gram. All Senior boys who have been in sports their Senior year vote for the one they feel best qualified and he is named the recipient of the award. Fred has participated in basketball, J. V. Cross Country and won the individual state championship in golf. He has shown his interest in outside acti- vities by participating in Hi-Y, Lettermen, National Honor Society, and American Field Service. Fred's hobbies include golf, swimming, and numerous other sports. GIRL OF THE YEAR LYNN ALLE November Girl ofthe Month, Lynn Allen, was cho- sen Girl oi the Year by the executive boards of Girls Recreation Association, Girls' League, and Boosters. Lynn has been very active in her high school years. She has participated in such clubs and activities as National Honor Society, Girls League, Thespians, Language Club, Rally Squad for four years, student P. E. teacher and various Speech tournaments. She eniays almost any outdoor activity, when she has the time. Lynn plans to attend Oregon State University this coming tall. l. .rl if if F .WH ,ppp , W. ' ,nv-"', ,v 355 g ,,j..----" 41--.., X ff1wwe,4,,,, g 51 , .,,. ..' ,,n,. 1 L 1. , .M ,L ,w. . :WX S igx c., Princess SU Sdn Klein Crown Princess Cassie Schlegel Princess Sol iy Luehrs is Ae Q li' Princess Lindo Scltchwell I s ,gig n Flair 5+ Q gg? gt' 93,4 U Fr I 2 5 ' U I 1 Crown Princess Pam Carter I96 HOMECOMING CCDURT x I if N' Ink A XQIAQ fl Princess Judy Johan sen Princess Kathi Thompson 73 Princess Ann Lewis Princess I-Ynn Allen Emotions give way as Susan Klein is tapped as a Homecoming Princess. Top: Queen Kathy l and her escort Frecl Haney are pictured here during the Queen's Dance. Bottom: The Homecoming Court is shown cheering at the foot- ball game. From left to right: Princess Lynn Allen, Escort Gary Mercer, Princess Susan Klein, Escort Bob Reichard, Princess Sally Luehrs, Escort Larry Cantil, Crown Princess Pam Carter, Escort Jim Cantil, Queen Kathy Richardson, Escort Fred Haney, Crown Princess Cassie Schlegel, Escort Mike Schauermann, Princess Kathi Thompson, Escort Korlcln Tosch, Princess Linclcl Satchwell, Escort Lindy Larkins, Princess Judy Johansen, Escort Dan McCulloch, Princess Ann Lewis, Escort Steve Feorn. "RETURN TO PARADISE" Activities for the l965 Homecoming began the evening of October 7, with the coronation ofa queen and crown princesses. The gym was decorated in a Polynesian setting, including palm trees, a grass hut, a fountain and assorted shrubbery and flow- ers. Entertainment was provided by the Hawaiian Club of Pacific University. lnteresting sidelights seen at the Coronation were Crown Princess Cassie dropping her crown and Queen Kathy l having difficulty keeping her crown on. Since the serpentine was banned this year, a pre-game pep rally was held at McCready Field. The pep flag was given to the class with the most students present. After the game, there was the trad- itional Homecoming Dance, in which the Queen and her Court were presented to the student body, after which, the Queen's Dance followed. Co-Chairmen of the Homecoming activities were Warren Schlegel and April Martan. 75 af ,M- it i. A Y- From Top To Bottom: Queen Kathy Richardson, Crown Prin- cesses Pam Carter and Cassie Schlegel, Princesses Linda Satchwell, Judy Johansen, Lynn Allen, and Princesses Sally Luehrs, Kathy Thompson, Ann Lewis, Susan Klein. V.5f"7i:fQ1ii fin MISS SEPTEMBER Barbara Zumwalt Miss DECEMBER T Sally Luehrs MISS MARCH Kay Paterson GIRLS CF THE MGNTH M155 OCTOBER MISS NOVEMBER Darlene Sampson Lynn Allen MISS JANUARY MISS FEBRUARY Paula Whitlatch PUFT1 COVTEI' YMQM' "l':fL"9" MISS APRIL MISS MAY Bonnie Johnston Marilyn Hines Each month one girl out of three nominees is chosen as Girl of the Month. The clubs participating in this honor are Girls League, Boosters, and Girls Recreation Association. The girls are chosen on how much they have contributed to the school, not by honoring the school with medals, but by the time and effort they have put into particular functions associated with our high school. 76 - X fp' si. Miss Sandy Sparkman, Miss Sherry Biorkland, and Singers waiting backstage before their performance. Mr. Ken Azure assisted in the production. " TRIBUTE TO LER ER A D LOEWE" Forest Grove Union High School's first Musical Revue was given to the public on three outstanding performances. The pro- gram featured the songs of Lerner and Loewe, the Broadway mus- ical team. The entire cast was composed of students, singing and danc- ing to several of the famous songs from the musicales My Fair Lady, Brigadoon, Camelot, Paint Your Wagon, and Gigi were sung by thirty students in scene sequence. Lynn Allen and Tessie Jones were producers and directors of the revue. Mr. Azure assisted with the production. "lf Ever I Would Leave You," from the musical Camelot was sung by Mike Schauermann and .Judy Johansen. Tessie Jones and Lynn Allen directed the revue. MMF fi 1- 1 F E E 1 w l EW if X 1 I , 'tif I don't even know how I got here, or what l'm doing "Thy plan is perfect. Perfect. Fear naught, good here," exclaimed Hank, fMartin Reifj. Queenln Spoke Merlin, lDGVe Georgel' Hank Bennett Marion, his sister ...... Mrs. Bennett, his mother . King Arthur ........ . Queen Guenever . Merlin . . . . Sir Sagramor . . . Clarence . . . Elaine .... Sir Launcelot Qu een Morg an Sandy ..... Enough." "They shall burn tonight!" Queen Morgan Le Fay "Oh, call them back, good sir, before it is too late!" Mona Warner, commanded. Elaine CAnne Stitesl pleaded. JUNIOR CLASS PLAY "CONNECTICUT YANKEE IN KING ARTHUR'S COURT" was given to the public in three performances. ln this play, the Yankee from Connecticut is a young en- gineer iust out of college, who loves to experiment with any mechanical device. One of his experiments knocks him un- conscious and he wakes up in King Arthur's Court. From then on, there are striking contrasts between the old and the new. This develops into side-splitting humor, and at the same time realistic events in everyday lite. Outstanding performances by the cast made the pl ay a success. 78 .- . . . . Martin Reit . . . Ida Carlson Brenda Hendricks . . Clayton Yaws . . Mary Henshow . . Dave George . . . Craig Booth . . . Jay Holman . . . . Anne Stites . . . Steve Huegli . . . Mona Wagner . . . Kathy Smith "Yes," exclaimed the Crew Boss, fGlen Stinmanj, "l'm afraid that this beautiful old theater must come down!" Susan Klein, fYoung Girll: "l've come back for my man, if he'll have me." The make-up crew prepares the cast for their performance. Duke, Hack Woodl: "I dreamt l lost the fight." THE CAVE DWELLERS Presented to the public on three seperate performances was the Senior Class Play. This play is about a small group of homeless people who have been, or claim to have been, people of the stage in the past. These symbolic re- iects of society come to live together in a large city as a family on an abandoned stage of an old condemned theatre. During the day they go out into the streets of the neighborhood, which is being razed as part of a slum clear- ance project, to beg for their food. Leading the cast was Chris Nacheff. . .The Queen, Gale Vaandering. . .The King, Susan Klein. . . Young Girl, and Jack Wood. . .The Duke. Other players in the play were Georgia Ford, Susan Tompkins, Dan McCulloch, Glen Stinman, Dan Anderson, Gary lnkley and Jay Jacobsmuhlen. Student Director was Mike Schauermann. Junior and Senior girls are shown working on the entrance. Seniors create a Grecian mural. 4. 1 W A '15, 1 i ,,,, R , A, , I 1 K ii: J I if Pi 1' J S - wr' ,o Q K f ' ' 24:1 The JJ Quintet entertained at the Prom. Mark Phelps and Anne Hutchins served the chaperons. They danced from 8 to 'll PM in the ancient ruins of Athens. "MID IGHTI ATHENS" The Junior-Senior Prom was held April 23rd, I966. Grecian scenes decorated the gym as it turned into a large Greek metropolis in ruins. Statues were placed around the gym beside the giant white pillars intertwined with ivy. The stage was a large pillared building which seated the band. The couples seated at tables were served by Sophomores clothed in togas. General chairmen tor the prom were Senior, Barbara Zumwalt and Junior, Dan Hull. Top Ten - Senior Scholars MUVY Holm Mike Schuuermann VALEDICTORIAN SALUTATORlAN l . f ' 1 Wes Jarrell Don Harris Lynn Allen Gary Eddings Gale Vocndering Greg Gent 82 Kerry McClell and Karen Pollrei sz sf' .,. ., I 4 6 I . . L. 'uk is f . , , v sk., ix 'Y ,,,IffCE1f V. , ' Q Q , ,. I .A .F Y .. K. . . -0 ' .' 3. L L V .Q U- fx 5' L 5 52 ' A .9 4 W-- Jf ., F X Q ug Fr- 'A Q e rue?- in! ,W . , 5 f.-S H 5,2 ' X . if," is ,WA ff? ii, . .wg 'W 's 1' Q Q - - , - 5, 231 49 4 '95 Y'-24' M. -Q. - , , 'WV Q J F bfi! f ,. 1 Y ., ..-f --3 1 r 'K ' Q, . ,Q f 'Lg ,,i' 5 r ' f -4, 1,1 Y ?r'N 1 4 Jie it' Z9 A ,J F ' t n " 2 i SPORT 1,3 f i .L 1, 1 ,, if . x J FOUTBALL 625 Fall l965 was a losing season for the Forest Grove Vikings. The Viks ended the season with a O-9 record and tenth place in the TYV League. Although the mighty Viks fought valiantly on the field, lack of experience proved to be their main difficulty. Their unremitting desire on the field was never broken, and the spirit had an unfaultering drive. Roy Watenpaugh, senior, was the recipient of the Most lnspirational Player Award. Roy was chosen by the varsity squad for having the most desire to win, and the greatest faith in the team. Gary Kreiger also received an award for the all TYV League team. Coach Vern Hansen made the following remarks about next year's squad, "After a year of varsity experience for many of the sophomores and juniors, and a tough .l.V. squad, we may have the experience and depth so needed for winning team in l966." Viks tackled after gaining short yardage against Newberg. Ihx 'WN' fiiff' wx ff Q - Mis. 111 f Q J ,,,,,,., ,. ,,. - Glen Sfinmcn Gary Kreiger Dan McCuiloch Kerry McClelland Randy Bafem an 86 - Ben Miller Steve Porter Mike Schauermann ROY WU7ef'lPUU9l7 .i 4. Coaches Thogerson and Sdller OSSlST Head Coach Vern Hansen. Row 1 fleft fo righrjz Dave Ooley, Tom Roe, Tom Adamson, Bill Cunningham, Glen Stinman, Craig Booth, Gary Trimble, Gary Kreiger, Corky Wallner, Ben Miller, Mark Phelps, Eric Roof. Row 2 lleft to righfjz Coach Thogerson, Head Coach Hansen, Coach Salter, Roy Watenpaugh, Russel Peckham, Bob Reichard, Randy Bateman, John Thompson, Steve Porter, Larry Ccntil, 4 Dan Hull, Chuck Stinman, Mark Elder, Jack Nemeyer, Kerry McClelland, Doug Horner, Mike Schauermann, Dan McCulloch, managers: Carl Hering, Gordon Srewari. SSW .L+"6, 1 My fi ID JV Coaches Ray Giansante and Jiggs Burnett C i 4. Row 'I fleft fo rightl: Gale Shaw, John Gerrish, Craig Tilson, George Jewefr, Jim Evans, Jim Lepschat, John Holmes, Jim Hayes. Row 2 Ueff to rightl: Fred Nikirk, Roger West, Dick Olsen, Ran Cain, Mike Hundley, Don Tucker, Carlos Mafos, Bart Murphy, Coach Hansen, Coach Giansante. Row 3 Qleff to rightl: Albert Stevens, John Lepschat, Buddy Kinder, Rick Bateman, Dick McCann, Larry Peckham, Tod Richardson, Gordon McGraw, Mike Parsons, Charlie Hays, Lindy Larkins. ox. calf, WC" 1 Row 'I fleft to rightlz Gary Eaton, Neil Otto, Chris Saxe, Bob Young, Terry Woebke, Jim Gore, Bob Adamson, Steve Jasnoch, Luther Gore, Tim Hundl ey. Row 2 Qleft to rightiz Richard Burnett, Doug Parsons, Gale Trimble, Bob Keller, Gordon Strain Darwin Jansen, Mike Olson, Mark Mellbye, Stan Lambert, Larry Bensen. Row 3 lleft to rightlz Jon Connor, Dennis Waibel, Don Seimon, Chuck Fritz, Jim Schmitt, Dan Saucy, Don Stevens, Ron McVay, Jeff Cedergreen, Coach Thew, manager Steve Wood. FRESHME FOOTBALL As with the rest of the football teams the Freshmen felt the brunt of more experienced Teams, losing more than they won. The season was successful, since the team gained much valu- 'l able experience and progressed through the season. 9 you Cross Country-front row-left to rigl'11--Gerry Sclmffner, Ralph Schaffner, Dan Meyers, Floyd Rupp, Larry Ray. Back row-left to rightn-Jack Wood, Mike Myer, Tom Lancaster, Jay Jacobsmuhlen, Steve Van Daren, Gary Mercer, Ken Sharp, Fred Haney, Ken Morton, Dean Malakowski, Chester Williams, Dean Regler, Coach .lack Howard. L'R0,f',f' 001111 LP Y A goi, Tillamook Invitational -- Forest Grove 3rdPlqCe Tillamook 24 Oregon City 35 Forest Grove 33 Tigard 41 Forest Grove 49 l-Clie OSWSQO I9 Forest Grove 23 Forest Grove 49 West Linn 37 Dulles 57 McMinnville 76 North Marion Invitational -- Forest Grove 4th Place Wesf I-inn 28 Forest Grove 29 Tigard 72 t if L rf M ii ' F, L Q51 w1-kQ , ' i D 1 ' I. J 'sr is vt' -iis A ys si ' L' f s s A , Q 1 a..,1.1 ..,. - f,t,, 3:12 3, at Z "st.- ii I it .h I Q M L, X QF. Y A ff. , TQ . 44? im ' 'l ,N 2 ,W ' h ! W . , J 5 M 1 + I. "ta " 9' F i',,, '41 H A ' - -Q... it ,ish Vj ' X ' 1 . M- v ' ' A iff -gg. ' 1 R ' X ' ,,., ......- L srin Q ' -777' 'm t' ... ......, " ' Zllby , . L lflii , r,,t -i,. L i M.. eww' Y , :Af-,ua 1 ,pt . -. N ,..,,, .- - --me i""ig4'm"' W .ifzn-'xg -'P ' i w+f'f'2W'12f:-v-vewgzzf Vikings get oif to good start during Cross Country meet. Q l f1' f'f ffQr1zf uf-ff. Y n the face of .ldy Jacobsmuhlen, captain. 6' 051' The Golf team was especially successful-- winning most of their matches in league and dis- trict. Although teamwise they weren't too success- ful, individually, Fred Haney outlasted overa hundred golfers to become the number one golfer in the state--our first state champion. The school gave him a standing ovation at a special assem- bly. Bottom, John Thompson, Claude Brist, Don Tucker, Greg Klein, Ken Smith. Top, Paul Jungnickel, Mr. Plank, Fred Haney, Bob Loomis Quentin Muhley, Ray Henshaw 81 db 5596 539 sf ?MMV f ' 'gl -gd -11-ff Ep' H, 1 'silez ' new . ' A 3" I ' k felsim A. f 1 ' fav- J 'Lv ,11-fr ?fU ,, , . ""r :- !,.p-..v--- I ff, 'e ,Q 1'7-ff.-'ff W b W if "Qwx . iw W 'nf ywsul. . f ff Cuff' nv- 1? Q Q Wm Nm ig Wk, xg? ii 9 , . 1 !!Mw 11353--Q Q 'N K, u In , V 1 Q is 'Mi W mgid 522 f kgmiusivfiswsq I 1, 1. . Q I 5 mf' . . F '21 ,Q 'iii Viking experience building season. Forest Grove High experienced one ot its most exciting basketball seasons this year. The Viking team was placed last in TYV League standings and was expected to remain there throughout the season. But the Viks, with inexperience and lack of height against them, played many hard games. Even with the toughest teams in the league the Vikings played exceptionally well, with a 3-I5 season record. Junior, .lohn Thompson, high point man during the l965-66 season was inlured during the Tilla- mook game February l8, which put him out ot the last tour games. Yet Thompson was awarded an Honorable Mention on the TYV All-Star Team. Next years team will be at an advantage as tar as experience goes with many Sophomores and Juniors returning from the starting line-up. VARSITY SCORES Forest Grove Hllloboro Forest Grove Prlnevllle Forest Grove Redmond Forest Grove l-llllslooro Forest Grove Dollos Forest Grove Nowloero Forest Grove 'lloord Forest Grove looke Oswego Forest Grove Tlllomook Forest Grove Qrooon Clly Forest Grove MoMl,m,,lllo Forest Grove 60 Sl- Helens Forest Grove Wesl Llnn Forest Grove Dallas Forest Grove Newbefg Forest Grove Tlgnfd Forest Grove l-'Ike Oswego Forest Grove Tlllnnlook Forest Grove Oregon CllY Forest Grove McMinnville Forest Grove Sl' Helens Forest Grove Wesl l-lnn Boy Yell Leaders Ben Miller, Kerry McClelland, and Mike Schauermann, lead "sink it" yell. 5 ""'N gf 'Numan 2'V t V 1 E L Varsity Basketball - front row: hom, Terry Lenhcrtzen, Fred Ha A I E .mils-z-v Couch Joe Moran, manager Steve Vanderzanden. Left to right - Steve Von Doren, John Thompson, Steve Peck hey, Paul Arthur, Doug Horner, Dove Schildknect, Mike Yount, Dave Ooley, Tom Roe. 'ff ,-,xt ,-...x mi f"'N-'N zu, at Q X495-pf, -F Q 25 T -S J , M 4 m IH 2' -5 Q ' N' tv L'k', Vrkirliy ,, 51 43 J.V. Team-front row-left to right-.Jack Lancaster, Ron Cain, Corky Wallner, Dennis Hedin. Bock row-left to right-Nathan Shishido, Tom Newell, Mike Parson, Lindy Lurkins, John Gerrish, John Lepschaf, Coach John Polhemus. JV BASKETBALL B Team ront r w e t t ' r eips J.V. " " - F o - l f o righ - Mark Ph , Collin Cedergreen, Gordon McGraw, Doug Noah. Bock row - Coach Jiggs B t Todd ' ' Ufne T, Richardson, Dean Malokowsku, Dean Hanna, Paul lil l 98 Qwzfn Forest Fore st Forest Forest Forest Forest Forest Forest Forest Forest Forest Forest Forest Forest Fore st Forest Forest Forest Forest Forest Forest Forest Forest Forest Grove Grove Grove Grove Grove Grove Grove Grove Grove Grove Grove Grove Grove Grove Grove Grove Grove Grove G rove Grove Grove Grove Grove Grove Scores Hillsboro Gaston Prineville Redmond Gaston Hillsboro Dol las Newberg Tigard Lake Oswego Tillamook Oregon City McMinnville St. Helens West Linn Dallas Newberg Tigard Lake Oswego Tillamook Oregon City McMinnville St. Helens West Linn Freshmen "A" Squad at 95 19 327 Freshmen "B" Team-front row-left to right-Arthur Urwin Gordon Strain, Ray Henshaw, Brad Donalson, Richard Burnett. Row 2-Bob Young, Richard Davis, Coach Bob Salter, Dennis Meeuwsen, Chuck Fritz. Front row - Coach Vern Hansen, Larry Benson, Tim Hundley, Jeff Cedergreen, Luther Gore, Doug Sticks. Back row - Bobby Adamson, Terry Woebke Chris Saxe Steve Jasnoch Greg Scott Mark Mellbye QS hs: is sb Bt 1 -as Q Axiiligw Q55 wif' 'Y 524 ansitwi ,QSKWQQ Em ks JG- 39' Back row--Coach Al Garcia, Russell Peckham, Dan McColluch, Wes Jarrell, Robert Waibel, Rick Bateman, Managers Doug Ott Bob Schneider Front row T Adamson, John Runes, Ralph Schaffner, Dan Sheldon, Larry Hundley, Jerry Schaffner. WRESTLING COACH AL GA RC IA V Forest Grove Forest Grove Forest Grove Forest Grove Forest Grove Forest Grove Forest Grove Forest Grove Forest Grove Forest Grove Forest Grove Forest Grove Forest Grove 100 I2 32 I8 19 33 I5 12 i3 25 arsity Wrestling Sherwood Astoria 25 Sherwood Willamette Oswego St. Helens West Linn Newberg Dallas Tigard Tillamook Oregon City McMinnville Varsity Wrestling There were many outstanding wrestlers on the 65-66 team to watch for next year. Coach Al Garcia highly raised his bo s P Y during the Winter Sports awards assembly. They fought hard during the season and were rewarded at both State and District Tournaments. There were three retiring senior matmen for the hard fighting Vikings. They were Wes Jarrell, Dan McCoIIuch, and Dan Sheldon. The squad consisted of many underclassmen too. They will return again next year to support the Vikings. Senior Dan Sheldon wrestled in the T20 lb. class. Dan had won a pre-season tournament, placed first at the district cam- petition and won fourth place at the state wrestling tournament held in Corvallis March ll-12. Russell Peckham, a Junior, wrestling in the heavy-weight di- vision placed fourth in district. This letterman will be returning next year for more great wrestling. Larry Hundley, a Sophomore letterman, finished fourth in the AAU State Freestyle Wrestling Competition. Larry beat five wrestlers to gain his high finish as he wrestled in the l00 lb. class. 5? DAN SH EL DON LARRY HUNDLEY RUSSELL PECKHAM lOl 9' 'x Alb... H571 vm 'Q .., ,-, +V li Q E 5 i I S if I 8 3 3 , --If if 2 2 3 3 E f' 2 1 if ,, ,Q J 'Xu .Q-, -..W vm Y T' 5 Q 2 il Q 3 i 'A .np-.--ww-.-.... ...,...,-.M . ,-1 I "f -x1ig..Q Y f- l.-v. L As Viking spectators look on, Larry Hundley displays a good mqfch. Wes Jarrell struggles with a tough opponent, but he winsthe match. 9 , 'N VW .ix ...w-.-www' ,., ,,- W1 4f.....x, , ,,,.,.,W, v.. -, AM .-43? ,x 'if 'vs 'sf Q MLS' yr- vziasuvm J.V WRESTLI G Forest Forest Forest Forest Forest Forest Forest Front row Chuck Hays Jerry Rauscher Doug Frntz Paul holler Ken Morton Gordon Holler .lon Connor IIIIII M , II , I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I V I I I I I 1 I I I 1 I I ' ' ' Y I I I I I I I I I I I I I 1 I I V Y 1 ' P3 f 7 i ' ' I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I . 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V. ,rm x I., . 1 . . . . . v u ' K . . . , I 1 n ry lr X rx r r . - - r . , , , , ' v r 1 1 1 r xx 'xx fix, r 1 1 4 r r 1 1 1 , t y Y V I ' f 1 1 1 ,fx ,X fx, ,IXJ74 xx .L ,rx A f 1 1 1 4 , I ' I ' lx fXx,f,X,fl- K N ' ' - . , 1 1 , r 1 1 1 r . 1 . r r A . , r ' . . fi v...,, " .wi Gary Krgiger, Gary Trimble, Tom Adamson, Ben Miller, John Holmes, Robert Schneider, Mgr. rr, ,- . Q, 'ii M Jif-Egdtr Y ,X 'kinil A 1, . if A Q, Q ij: U - X r . J. V k fiif "ww ffg, fiisw - - 5 r ff l wifi?-if 4:5 li a i, ---- , I i miivdtf K oi '-1 - 4 7? .' L, ' '-I n o . I 38' ' .,- ' si, V ' ' . 1 , , I -n :gi win - fi KI K' 1 , rib- lf?-1 ,. ,ar 1 Q.:-jxg,-gvv, .iw .L W, .. . 9' uh. A ,us emu, 1 4,- ,L f I . -111 H L,.L V vi f H e ., ef? 4 . ' 2' gg' 'sv s M ,s 5 4 i e K Y F 1 f , - U - Q , n i Q i. ,,.b is .Ea Q M Q i wh , ,Ms jg kv i K f- 1 'A ' K fy I 1 .. . Q- I 'V K 1 i , Viking pitcher, Ben Milier, worms up for c game. Forests Groves' Gary Kreiger completes cz successful iurn at hai. Xkxssutzvww' ' ""'!'1Ha...,:3s'1Bai. Zfssrrzn .4 s:':1la1.m:.L,, ..gmus,,, !smE32:rbsu,mww9 'n L' mf' QV Sophomore Ron Conn I5 pictured while refrlevmg opponer11S bull Gary Trimble and Couch Thogerson WUI? for prcchce game to begin Coach Thogerson contemplates sfrafegy of team d h fe, grfiw JV TeUm'ff0nf f0W"lefY to right-- Jack Lancaster Rick Sampson Darrel Hedin Gordon McGraw L . ' I I , P kh , M k Ph l gacthropv--left to right--Coach Joe Moran, Russell Peckham, Steve Peckham, Doug Horner, John Gsil'rli,sh,e.fohr?nLlepsc3:l1at Tealajn uc oz. ' Coach Joe Moran's JV squad had a fairly successful season, winning more than losing. Spirit and drive, plus the ability of the coach caused the team to improve throughout the season. J Baseball Rick Sampson takes o breather before JV game. V Viking basebollers relax before a game. Freshman Baseball Mr. Burnett, Bob Adamson, Gordon Strain, John Conners, Mark Mellbye, Lufher Gore, Larry Benson, Mike Olson, Gail Trimble Terry Welke, Chuck Fritz. X YQ"""'7'fSi H, , affix was 56 Z' K 7 ' I 1 1' ni" I T I l " I 1 N Q.. " IRA Ulf Coach Jack Howard's Track team was not the league's bestg but one track man was a terrific runner for the Vikings. Carlos Mateos won in seven meets inthe IO0 and 200. Cold weather in the spring dampened the spirits ot track performers and the competition was better than in previous years. Hi L f " Yi .:"7' Ltxk gb lj N '-, I L 3, X, ,WA ,fan I 'W il , M' M X 1 ,ff A' Mn lv L H.,. 1-1' ,F K' l -fr .YSJEWFA F2"he2:5f:'1:SS:!'lQi'-:'u-.Vx,:ff,fi:'f fs.,, KA"-Pi Pictured above are the Girl's track team after the trophy. GirI's Tennis Under the capable tutelage of Miss Elma Hewitt, the Girl's Tennis team won the TYV championship. Before the trophy. BOYS TENN S Sorry we have no picture of the boys' tennis team and girls' track. They were lost. 5 is w. y 'Q35' . .9 fn Linda Cberg Varsity Substitute Boy Cheerleaders Kerry, Ben and Mike, with help of mascot Larry Dunlap, spirit crowd during basketball game. Mary Conrad JV Substitute Pa-n, Annei, Mona, Lynn andCassie lead crowd in Clap Your Hands Left fo righf - Sandi Junker, Debbie Reynolds, Mary Langton, Marcia Kelson, Kathy Haney, Cecil Shupp. .. - , L R sf S Pam Carter i 4 fax VARSITY RALLY Cassie Schlegel A Annie Lewis ffl! Pep Queen Lynn Alien Mona Warner ouTsTA DI G vnu GATHLETES ROY WCfe"'PUU9l1 Randy Bateman Dan Sheldon Jack Wood +22 Greg Snider Ben Miller Lqwfen Ce Ve,-boon , ,A - i v-'W' A" , .3 ' 1 'V-I John Thompson Fred Haney smiles with pride as he holds the trophy naming him as Gary frimble Individual State Golf chcmpion. .X ., -5 'H if L a 5 r 4 gas. I ' 9 no 7 I, -H-'H ff - A 42' 4 a 153' if 5:355- 5 7' CLASS S HMEN , A ' I-5 - - - -',- W r N A l 'Q Freshmen Class Officers - left to right - BoHom row, Pam Brewer, Trudi Testorff, Sharon Miller, Sandi Junker, Mary Langfon, and Lois Johnson Back ro M k M llb ' w, ar e ye, Larry Morris, Bob Adamson, Luther Gore, Casey Havens, and Larry Benson. ! - x S V- , .s,. a...,-1,5 Reilly K - r if X i. gs Kafhy Abi-7077 Bob Adamson X rreee rreer L eye . Janet Alley Larry Anzaldi Terry Arellano Catherine Asher Edrl ASl'10f H8 f If ,gi .-L- fr K- T 1,. A 'D ff" -B gf ' . .-, . V A A afrgwwplxys M . . N rad i f wif' "' L 7 so is 'ff' t "' B wit L M , f ' K ' "- L ,iz W . li. l . ' L at ff - 4 V he F in ,X 4 K, V M Q' X Q C ""' X Q L M tllt Y ,V 'fit 5 H lf! fi C fill-mil il Y 4 YQ, ' my V -A M 1- ' 'ZS' ' 3 ' . 1 "lv 1 l' fl" 7 PFXPQ ' C . 5, tlfliq A 52. sgpyftff A , . ,N -I-.Ugg Michael Balch Lynn Barbour Bruce Bartlett Terrolyn Bartlett Nancie Batalgia Pat Bcltchelder Am - J A .,1,m,w "TF - z YV 'W A sl L ,,, 0 K lr Q. ll. L 2 ,L , 'X I-oi ' fi r in , , it 8 ,1. B Af' ,l 4' y , is 'llama f I ii, f 1 Charlotte Bateman Linda Bateman Gayle Baughman Susan Baughman Lynnie Bean Suzie Beaver Larry Benson Monte Berget Evelyn Bergluncl Fatima Berovic Charlie Betancourt Loretta Bible David Bishop John Biskey Orcline Bonser Lonnie Borst Shirlee Brabham Pam Brewer ,.-.,. rg i ...Q T Jerry Brink Sandra Brist Jack Brown Ted Brown Corinne Brunson Richard Bumett 1 Ron Cable Jon Connor Denise Cairns Diane Conrad Jeff Cedergreen Patty Conrad Mary Cheslock Ruthie Caverstone Pam Clayton Steven Crawford Mark Coglietti Marna Crippen Kas 1 . it ji . I i i -4 ' " , I l Ny ' '5' , M ff, , I Q: ii y , I -as , i I 4, ,Qu m 'iff i h f: s it fi I QW V Q , ft I fr ? D " -V z r V. rr Us I I is .VKAV V .- j W at-3713-g',' ,: 1 ffl Q' .. Q ki: nat ' , 4 Wad' i M .Ji E'-' 12.1 ' l N D if, 1 ", EI N ,,:. 'fa rr 1 f - I I ix L Al P . ' 4 I V, V . ,xv .9 ' u ri . ' 9 .fl L: I I , if Richard Davis Andrea Devine David Dillenburg Brad Donal son Gary Eaton Michael Eddings ' his ,an aff' 6 'va X ' - 9' i oi, -A y x I fb N ' - ,. . f v 57 I .X . f ji 5 . W "f V ifji V E ff A ive-H359 Mickey Elkins Wendy Fife Judy Gegrge Tom Gifqyd Ruby Elley Chuck Frifz Stan Gerdes Scott Goff Susan Evans Dou9 Frnz Carol Gimre Jim Gore Luther Gore Randy Graves Paul Holler Mr. Brachmann helps Neil Oifo and Gary Vanaken with an experiment. FRESHME 2,-ul 'ianvy V. is f, -as Q--v 5 Irene Haney Louise Harris Casey Havens James Haynes Russ Heikkila Raymond Henshai 'G . ,N 5 Y me .i z-3 I H I J . J rir J . ff: -li' fs, is " et' X 1 I '-4 'If' l Q'N'l A Wil' f . -1 ,Nfr. ' 1 f 1-"N ' ln . X fs, Q , fffifg t ""' l j,,,.' gl bl 371525 . M I" I l my K 5 is JoAnn c ass. J WW All-gliaiv., A I Q . niggaz gf' '-Cv. ' -fro 5 A ' " ' 'KY Y 'WW' ..' H f -' U . K ' o 1 - i 4 4 J l A " if 4 ' X 1 , . - 1 t xl , - fe Q i I Q 4 V ,x . ' Ak A K 43. f .h Q - i ,fy i , r 5 'E bmi? li ,.,,W,.,aW"2 1 , 'F' x ' Y T 1 t A ' VT' '---T' X J V rrt , mfqka ' ' , ,ff I Nancy Johnston Bob Keller Lois Johnson Richard Johnson Sandi Junclcer Lenore Keller f.-as w-...Q 4- Y' ,f y. ' ,fprf?? - J--J C' fx' Francis Hiatt Kathleen Hildelcraen Verna Hinton Allen Hoffman Dan Hoffman Kathy Holloway . hah A , Karen Ho stynek Colleen Howell Terry Howell Tim Hundley Bob Hurinenko Ran Ireland Darwin Jansen Eileen Jansen Deborah Jarrell Steven Jasnoch Carolyn Jensen Susan Jensen Shown above are new Freshmen Dominque Lexcellent from France, Cathy Asher from England, and Martine Lexcellent from France. 2221 :ff H H If if ,Y ., i Y fl L eiffilvfifii' ,f J ,P limi J ' i , ' , N in P 1 0 5 ' in X., w ifi ' N A, 4 - ,, A '55 A px xi . I f Y . wr , ' I A' Mi 4fi.e'3?i'1 Q i f 4 X' V V - ' 4- f' .1 e 0 e -Q gg, 5 ' ,,' 4905. ,I K ' 4 his " ui ' . . z L, me , in A v -fg ,3u:., Q' , e 5 1 'iiiifffsr fin 2 e Bm Kendall Perry Kinder Velma Knoke Smnley Lqmben if- 15 Donna Kent John Knapp Mike Korpi Vera Lumber' . x 3 K, 9-'i C' .r TT? H El r ...W I pf Two freshmen girls Carol Gimmre, and Lynn Bean working on proiect for Hbrnemaking. F RESH M E 122 Vs X . ISHS Nw is 'S if N3 ji bil I "i- r - ff-w1:.m,.4.Xf.,,.ge1,f x'-2 w X"': ws. '-.,':' ,ui A A A v ' i:,.r' , My , Q 'AI' ' 'hi ' . is , - , , ' " ' I e ff' - 1 'bf' ' ' ' u'.'.if'X1 ' I 9-35 1 Al ifwf' Mcfry Longfon BCHY Long Diana Marguch Shwley Lee DUVM Lowe Jaime Martinez Dominique Lexcellenf David Lowry Jerry Maninez Martine Lexcelienf JoAnn Lukes John Mcninez Jean Lines Philomel MGcTuggurf Fred May Doris I-ohne' Terri Modems Kcndis McClelland ff , X x KS fini' L. , i"2 ", bm- me 4 ,jg 'X A , - .. f' 'ani Y 3 1 A , 5? 'z QA ' K N ii u A- ef '- ' Q- 71' . . i Q , D f- 5 i V . D Qi' ., 2, ' X iff ff ' ' v 'GA' i n X , i 1 ' K 'W-:ffl . . X 'ig 'ff 2 if - . .gf -. if I ' ' , - I if' i as 42411.31 5' 11 R --4. can ,Q I 'l Sally McClure Rick McLeod Jay McLoud Laura McLoud Alex McMeekin Bruce McNicol , v , li Y i 4 I 'X :fir I .N tif: .E ix , ' lgfgii a . l F W ., h , u ,. . ,qu .z ..., . , xl -4 '7 33: ml! xi N-r Maxine McPherren Ron MCVay Janice Meade Dennis Meeuwsen Mark Melllaye Dan Meyers D sl. Mary Langton and Lynn Barbour clown for the camera. du 1 Ay M M . M rii.i,a1ia., i.. , . , ,-'--mls':'i11:mmQ.-,me 1 Q ' il fd' R .,,.. Sharon Miller Tom Moniay Larry Morri s David Murphy Doug Murphy Steve Murphy guns 64' viva f 1 V 3 fa i , ,fy AEN J K , is H 1 D ' fl Pat Nelson Debbie Olinger Jerry O'Dell Mike Olson 123 6, Q.-ye ., u yjih ififli 'T'7Qi?m , ., nf, ,f sl, . 5 V . y W .- 4 ' -.r -, y D ff? 9 I' x Q 1 as ' Q 17 1 ii. ' 5 .hill ffm ff Linda O'Rear Doug Parson Neil Ofio Pgfgrson ff, .Wg V s 'vi f - efvsfiz. . ul., E 1 e 4 ew-zzef lint:-W ,. I A :fi .. 4 ,gig . I . 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Loreli Peckham Linda Peterson Joe Peterson Dan Potter Jeanne Pruitt Janice Ramirez Patricia Ramirez Jackie Rauscher Marie Redner Debbie Reynolds Betsy Ritchie Dave Robinson , QL . - " ,, "Nil, i 'G fc . Q: ' eff. ,1 -I J fi gi ' ,f 'xi is P of f 'ttyl' xx ' I 1 ' R' ki I K ' A large Freshmen class awaits the presentations of awards .sf ' b K I 1 5 3 i X at an assembly. 5 f gs ' it 'r-' V R is R s nf ' .1 if I im 1-an ,- is - f -if 1 52 'T- E :rr rf Del Rita Rose Jerry Schaffner Steve SelbY Linda Sheelar Susan Shicleler Dana Rowley Anne Schmidlkofer Diqnn Sharp Pam Sherratt Gary Shipley Floyd Rupp Jim Schmitt Dan Saucy John Schroder Chris Saxe Greg Scott Dave Saxton Don Seaman F hh . h X N if A uv, m 1 , X l "E, an . t f S' . X, . A V iw! . 2 aata if' T L , at- ' Wyif x ,V -5' -,Z '- ' I ee, .9 , S 1 V T 'W . y T 1-53,52 as A if 9 ,-,, ff' iff 1. ' lI!!!!.!!'1 ' pf' hi 4'-1 ' ai . 15" 'H ' I nr l t r ' N 'Nl ' l gu d ith" gy I . ra ,' it-. I I W -aa 115' 8 , ,Egg.:.-iii?- .Y i i Y -I l v r- V 7 . " ff' if -Epi F A h , W - A F7 T rt ii' Q A ' J' 'Q A xl s. 30 nf f EYE x -Vix 'V' . ,gi Q -2 1 . L. . Q! Z Carol Shirk Barbara Simantel Trenna Smith Tom Somfleth Dan Siemon Kathy Slagel Ralph Snook Betty Steele 125 9 'lbs'- Q lfx Yr' L' A 'I -'5 ll . N is Q Dan Stevens Sandi Stevens Doug Sticku Garfield Stovin Gordon Strain Betty Taylor Hi K, at Z .. ,wt S i t m y ,,., - X K - X . V x if-...... ,h ,M , ' insert ' '- QQ, t wisp. . Ist' .tg K ziigfm f W in T f 2 - 1 2 K , ' I gf, 55 T J V6 il if kk . . . , . ty we 53" f if ii , .X Allfffd 1, 'U s ,l A f' xx " 1 . hQxi .0-EQ? 'S vm , 'L ' 55: . 1 , if 4,-1-" V. .1 3 ff X, 1" lk ff' x3.x..?.x .. l -ii 2 lk 13, Cynthia Taylor Gloria Teninty Trudi Testorff Ken Thacker Kathy Thomas Larry Thompson .lean Titmus Stanley Tipton Kathy Tobey Gail Trimble Cindy Turk Gary Vanaken W 'Oi 'assi ai The Oprimist camera gots a typical pose of Freshmen. 46 . , ...mm , "1 ' 'wi '49, ' was xii 13: gp Qi55d5g? A Aiix M A W ' 44 Q Q -. f uf 1-.4 x fo. VY W i" f silfghf' x J " . ll 'A V , U l W in EF- .'Ae 's?53 QFD W e is Q I 5 V ' ff:'5V. m 4' vegmf it N ' If. 3' am eeeee . , ,H ei .lfew 1 ee e f fg,5 Emi iris gui? , Y AQ , T va ' bl , uzmzw .Qs J fi-,lf A we R figs!- 2. V gi I M 'Q 15 A .7 'if' X V f km y Q L I A -- A L - Q ' . 'Q 1- ' i tif' rt . 5 , ' ,Nik Mx .. we AQ A - f we ff , T '5 , 10' ' 5 'rx' - -ai . D 1'e,.'+f' 1 1 -av f L L be h my ' r- f --f i ' 5 'ff 1, W Q - " i, """ :W --V -'k f ,,,. If . fiv . X ' 4' 'rm A "f Will! ef eifffi A W ' it f'5'l""' ii? 25295 ,, 5 X .J - -" Bill Vqndehey Mike Vqndefvelden Jeanne Von Dyke Dennis Van Loo D'AnU Vdfnel' Dalrlfl WA5lS0f1 Dena Vandehey Kerry Va,-,aefzanden Lee Van Hess Ross Van Loo Henry V0U9lW SUSIE W'l50n FRE HME Lauri e Wagl er Dennis Waibel Margo Warren Mary Watenpaugh Duane Williams Terry Woebke Steve Wood Bruce Worley Gail Wyckoff Linda Yackl ey Bob Young Merrilee Younf Iris Zook NOT PICTURED Pat Kindel SOPHOMORES Sophomore class officers fleff to righij Boftom row - Kathy Haney, Mary Conrad, Middle row - Jessie Peppard, Mark Phelps, John Holmes, Melissa Newion T - T dd R' h d ' ' op row o ic ar son, Don Tucker. No? PlCfUl'Ed are Dick McCann, Janet Jansen and Sandy Gercles. I b U 01 1' 4-fs fu... N -.af in-1 r, f ' il J Pam Abbott Tom Adamson Polly Alexander Carol Anderson Margaret Anderson Teresa Asbury Ken Asher, l27 1 l Q-,Q -qv 4 I ' I ,QQ ' A! ' A ' b,' '45 l-lv-gr f 1 i B 5 , x . 'V . 1,1 .il . 4 S fi .7 ,Nflifw-'X B W F fc 3, if X 1T"'v TU? Y ll 25" . A,-g vw- Af+g,,i W ., .1 X 1" ,i 1 RJ' 'Mid 8 'xy ' f TJ """ V -on 1 "' K ,J I 'tai 'fd frff l .6516 l i , ?',":.: 41- , kgggayai in Lf. 'Lg fig! Q' 'iff A if . ll ' F , 3' Q ly ' ' W f E if i' S l Jerry Bean Dona Lene Biller Paulla Blow JelfBrer1Ce Chip Brown Dave Bendix Susann Bishop .lim Boyd Joyce Bridges Tom Brownlie 'lf vxu .uve-P" if R my - . .xx K' ,i 'if WX 'B' if X N 9. ,, l ,MC 5 15 rg 42 'N Bonnie Bacon Linda Balch Burt Batchelder Lyle Bates Dennis Bauglrman Phil Baughman il -h.. nf , Arm, " "' ' I Qi . ,, 4 6 i ge, N.,- on 17 XC ,, i' fl, '. .LVW ' :1 !"? 'Q F' A-wax.. an I I , .... N K r 'l , ,eff in ' 'IS' . .iin ,L I SOPHOMORES Sharon Brunson MGVY Bryan Talon Buchholz Rosemary Bump Andrea Butler Ran Cain IW 3' i . an llfe X -N 'IS' I Y 4 ' , 5 if. i I if L Aw f fyxffj if aolraa an J ll E' 53+ .419 .i 'v"'4P s -..-nf' J ,ff shui 'P rr-"1 yff' " y 'OJ ' iv x v ,QS J, li 4-if .-at .f -v' -O 5 li 1 my fe fm , xi fnf k J 4 be 1972 be in Q lf :i 1 1 ,, as y 4 gi , ng' sie F J iw 1 A I al '9""Y fy. 5,-On . W , ,wb . .JI " M' J ,ll L r' Y X 7 sv 3 thu' -fu f -' if-,A - fl 'YS f-AX!! ' .," 'I' -.1.',1 ,fx '6n- 'YQ- Inav' if ,,--v pqy-1. - l , -f-N I,--. 'I 2 -iv l ,fi wel in-D nur E 3, J fx IN f tl ' . f" lg ,f::.'.i,':::ls' -' if l if :yum 'si' ,E . T. will ff' Collin Ceder green John Chesloclc Marie Chumley Larry Clark Glenda Clinton Tom Colby ,or iff. fi ,X il i"' P '-" 'grill Jerry Compton Mary Conrad Kathy Cox Orlefta Cowan Bill Cunningham Bob Dahl Maurine Daily Kevin Dana Joyce Davis Ron Dennis Sandra Derr Junior Derrick nw?-e Bob Dillenburg w0Y"le Evers Dona Duerfeldf Mike Dyer Mark Elder .lim English Eli zabefh Evelond Mary Isabel Falcon Mary Louise Falcon Tom Fitch Merrill Foley Larkin Franks Brice Fuller Margie Funk Bobbi Gardner David Gardner Sandy Gerdes Dolores Gerrifse .lean Gray Robin Gray Margie Green Jean Guyof Kay Hagan Gordon Haller if gr sae: -f 757 J... mum! f- w-- Hfiliiii' .g ul Ili af , 4- l 'Y , 'Q I 1 4. lt' ii . i. i if 1 li Q "' J 'i -fn 5555 L? d x TS. VCV, 'A , , H fa D Q, .i , . ' Ql w x r. . fi . ff ' 2 ,V Er 1 Q all 52, xt-13? X X ,gr rw 37' 'Q -J i- ' ,,, 1,..., l -...nv N , 1'0,v M213 , f J YF 'a '1 4-. In 11-'Aix 5 , fx, I A , I S--J 3 s y lol 1-i Q sw i Ph V W ' .fs In -K rg. A , if s I 2 r fri '4 a X. ,W ifi ul N rw.,-as is ., , ki. Sophomores cheer loudly in a Pep Assembly vga - me hai ff' H --PN, ff 7 5 Debbi Hamilton Bob Haney Debbie Haney Kathy Haney Dean Hanna Darlene Harms Susan Harding Dixie Hortshorn Loretta Hawkins Jim Hayes Charlie Hays Darrell Hedin Howard Heikkila Priscilla Hensley Lois Hering Frank Hiatt Alan Hill Dave Hines Michele Hines Cheryl Hordichok -lennlle' l'lU99eff l-GUY l"lUnCll9Y Kris Hitcl-:man Doug Horner Mike l'lUV'ClleY Anne l'lUfCl'l"'15 Vikki Hoar Carole Hodgson Henr Holm SOPHOMORES ,-o -Ka.. , i, 2 V ,.f, , J 35' A W E: X , rv- Q55 fig .f -N .W 1 6, , J J L 6 .X v '43 l' V. .ii s N-qi sv' "" I .4 I ,if , 5 efs EF J " l 1 Janine Inkley Mike Jaross Elaine Jepson Elfllfle J0l'1DS0I'1 Ddve Johnston Janet Jansen Paul Jensen George Jewett Richard Johnson Ron Judah l3I Carol Jungnickel Joe Keller Marcia Kelson Patsy Kendall 0 Y? vf 4 ri 11" 3 4 K 'O Q4 5 'fs ", xxx W .r,VL , . I H K 1 1 Q' A4 N, Bonnie Kindel Pammy Kinder Suzie King Greg Klein Bill Knoke Dennis Kresin '? l " ' ':fgQQj11, 2 Sharon Krieger Janet Lambert Jack Lancaster Carla Landauer Cliff Lane Lindy Larkins l , x ,J l A . , l V ' um ' l 4 , L 'I' ' x y, Hb 8, " 1" E V . Mx -. ,,, . m V we K V I ,ici David Lawler Larry Lee Mary Leiter Jim Lepsclnat John Lepsclwat Jeanne Litts 3 fl fl iQ , A, -0 ta' M 2:33. L XX' 1 if 5 l 1 l Q E F r 'Gay Nineties" garb Q , N 4- R 4 J L J ll QV I wa- ' I 'N L 4,0 V ,,,L,, -' X , M f i !Fa X ' LLx X 1 2 f' 1 nf N fl 4 i.,..,,My Mmm- M gf' Kay Lorenz Almeda Mattingly Jim Maynard Gordon McGraw Larry Miller Nancy Munir, Cherry Mattingly Dick McCann Dvnny McLoud Patrice Miller Carlos Moms Mike Mattson David McDowall Steve Meyer Janel Misclwel Q. xxx rw X f S S it-l -1 ii' ff y Wwmt-ken .-.. Q.. Q-'jf fd A tw V 7, -A I ,-o. , JI V A , f is fn ff if 5 ' , W ,1g,.'e::,..... . , ,::.,,....,,-.g, , rf, ns!--...vit '.',..-':!7:,f--P.-141.1 1 T Randy Moore Kenny Morton Dave Nelson Jack Nemeyer Melissa Newton Fred Nikirk f-,K R fu N 4 ' sf' lf? S 1-.u-P .J all N19 SX q?.,. 2 5- NN ,Q - i L . ,. 'A E vs. 'CI 'Qtr , I I A X , i --QM 'L 'ilk 1 il K e J H' mix 5 1 fs: . .alll ' ' 4 li il? li 'S K V if. ffl r Q iw A-f l, . X Rose Nikirk Doug Noah Mary Nordgren Mic Nunn Diane Oberg RoseMarie Oglesby og... f fur K0 lx q I, .- ' VY he 'ff , xv fi, ,km I I l fa , , p , N X fi i Richard Paris Larry Peckham Jessie Peppard ' Mike Parson Steve Peckham Mark Phelps , XX X I pg! - If Q-:rv Li -1 I , 6' ss: 'T 2 lf f ll' w H 5 '- 'fu 'ey . I N. 1' li. i , wir i2 , -A . - Ze 'F A A r .ya ii J -A ' ,ai ll . Dick Olson Edward Olson Dave Ooley JoAnn Orfman Doug OH Bob Ousterhouf . i,i. 5 A f? i . ..I V X i .zsawfllligfgx 1 Q, , . ,af X f .u fi 'H - 1 , '- Mary Phelps Robert Phillips The Opfimi sf camera. Jim Lepschai and Mike Handley aftraci attention af fellow classmafes as they wave la ' s .k.,-f Q F, 1- , , ,L F I., ,, .QM i e Q 552 64 3 + ww. 4 D i ,'.. og, .,,.,,rQ..7..,..,i,,:,ggg .gk rnn,ownf-unwa,-Q, ar ,W if' rpg.- ggf-555.f- ..Q.'Zi- U. . Theresa Powell Marvin Proctor Mike Procfor Nancy Rauscher Dean Regier Sandy Reichard if i -1-'f' QW' ',1f, . V1 w A 3 J, 12-2 1 if or .8 Ebfflx lcxhzl Anne Reif Rusty Reynolds .Qs X .. , 4 I i, i , 45140. I ff id x? , A" ' . ,' X .fi ,.?f:AYE:' ,,,, t , l ' 1: 5, s of t Q we 1+ 2 A at ' ,pf 'f' , If QM 516, V if W, ,gl 5 -' eil 3, ,,,,. A :::: ltlilii. 5 . tinlmllfr A 1- . L .V 1- . "- I 6- L - if R fi -'ff Q iz: e Todd Richardson NGHCY Rlegel Dennis Ross Della Richmond Eric R001 Jun RUPP l N. A 's 2 5 Ha ,R tx.: fm. ,www -f tm. , R e 1-:Q-6' i 1 5 X S 4 vs: , tw an , it Kms. D f at 252422. 29 , -v 'L , :,.-gf. . K M, ,, ' , , 3 ., W A M j . ' ., ,115 E u-""'-i ........ ........ .-.... -...-.- ........ -....... fi Glenda King and Tom Adamson during the noon hour. . A! Q5- 1 l ni. Pr, Fx BRN A ' , -.a xy , new fy, -l X155 I 4 l :- J Charles Sahnow Rick Sampson Brad Schmidlkofer Robert Schneider Michele Schroder Paul Schwaida Luv 08 Kenneth Sharp Katherine Shaw Peggy Selfridge Randy Seeburger Winnie Seasfrom Lynn Scott Kenny Scott Carol Sheelar Nathan Shishido Cecelia Shupp Debra Skinner Don Skinner y, vw I f 94 - 1 Q ish, S141 up gem may? 2, i- 1 g,v5w., no W , iwgif uw- f . , ,. V.. ,P Q ,oe 1' Q Louise and Isabel Folcom are one of three poi rs of twins in school. '27 mm ,ag X , r f f! will '--9 , , , x, l w Y .,.-- n-I r 1' P ' x... 5.1 I if . ! s ff on Q f If Becki Smith Ken Smith Nancy Smith Clifford Southord Denise Stovin Sheila Sullivan .X X- Owen Tasker April Toylor Alan Thompson Lynn Thrush Craig Tilson Alice Titmus , atfihe Darcy Tosch Don Tucker Nancy Tucker Patsy Tucker Charlene Ulrich Linda Voondering 'r's'1 ' o in V ' Y 5' ilflliflil 4 ki ' i K' Sherril Zurcher ' ' .. E I g, , K in w 'x.,,.A "PQ T , J., ' 71 -0:9 ., , ' 'T X 'firm L' I lk I ' ' Q E 1 l ' NOT PICTURED V l John Gerrish , l 7' . 'I ,. l"i 5 , Monie Vandermork Frank Wenzl Chester williqms Robert Waibel Roger West Tom Wilson Jerry Weldon Debbie Willer Sandro Wright 135 We -o 'QS' !""'-v ll x- nga Pai Adamonls John Arellano -.of . ou F' T N Q A 00' "'g- ' fi Jeanne Alexander Paul Aff!-,Ur 55" - A 7 117 H x 5 I - s--4 xi i'?f'f' Q "fig Milce Allen Scott Arthur Sue Ambler Barbara An zal di ,,.4.,. Rick Balch , "Tx .S,1-'1 f X 1 .' i. x .Mew W'h'Ylll?l Linda Baldwin Inv 'S ar Neff' SJ. ,, if-'lv H9992 ew V-. fb. 1 1' X f T JUNIORS 7 1 fl , iflx Q Q. B if-Elf ' r , .g,. Z J, N , 1' T lst semester class officers pictured left to right - back row - Craig Bom Carol Beam, Linda Q X iw., V ,N 7 I Roger Ball 5 f X fe. Ae' ltr J f' ie B lnscore, Sandy Shupp. 'a f Y V 118: h, Dan Hull, Larry Cantil -front row .f 'Qi N iff: E 'Zi' Q B ,Q BQ e 1 gi ,xv V - ' I V A f : ?"l . " l lg Xp' I ' I ,, 0 , . Carol Beam Jennifer Beaver Mike Berovic Duanne Beit if -.ov w- Rick Bateman Bill Bean Susanne Behrman DeLynn Ben 136 Paula Biden -1,291 '55 ill lil Ili u, 1 .DC ini sin ist: r il 9? n reg 9x R ll J I fl .fl 11'-I .grfl gl . it gs!! ll 1'-ff 5-,v -up-.nf 5 i f ,N ,X 2nd semester class officers picfured left to right - back row - Gary Trimble, Warren Schlegel, Cl"UCk Sfinmvn front row - Beverly Engel en, Linda Lukes, Krisfy Clark. 1 ,fe Leroy Blow lui Craig Booth j el 'W Cyndge Brewer Claude Brisf Dick Brower 4 .V "" Cknixx C. 51,-ee' l C JJ Q l . Donna Bridges Pip Brow,-,lie Mike Brunson 137 df: C Hn r i A ,A P J , Q A Terry Bryant si -Qi? ., 'i :Lb , 5 .g s I ' , x 'I' ', , lk .3 5 41 if , I J-Ez.. sa i. Ez , V f Shereda Buchholz i f' J-if ..,P Brownl ie Bu sh Larry Canfil eh. ,M we I I -fv' f rag, Q 1 A xi ' f f' , X 5 ! 4 f- CN Ida Carlson Q ,. A: 5' 'A 533,PQv3 ,. . ,S ... 4. 2 If 4' X 'K . .ami 1 - ,.' C P vi, C, x " , , 1 Ar-th ur Caylor Bren dc Clark Kristy Clark 1 , rm 13' is ' 'AJ 3 V' we A f ' ' Vase Darrel Cl oyfon ,.,,.l use . xv . I fleas' 5 if H if QR -ef ,Z 122 Vicki Copeland Skip Cosand Wh X 2 'ff if Molly Cowan fr. VU' 1 K 'Q N s.., f E Claude Craigg Lyndall Cutrighf Greg Decle,-ck M F' ei K! U. V 5 v w V, ,Q Y Q ,v LA P K 'I We f -F F , ,i. ff? v gf-,. as 9 4, -A A 2 L ,Q l ,fillllfl 'ffl 4' IH' it ,I L Q 1' V Harlan Crop Marfan Dailey Don Dedrickson Kahna Crosley Suzanne Davis Mick Elkins Junior Class shows their enthusiasm during an assembly. nifxaf f VM. -, - 1,3 f 'awww wi Film S . ev ' i .9 ff if i p y We I Brenda Cunningham Vicki Davis Beverly Engelen V vwn-m4.g'.L,f..-,z . . F f , fill ,mr 'H' ' ', C Ni 4 wa xi , "' lu rl I ' I ,bfi 1 ' 'Y 1 ' F il " rf V' F -fir A Y " vfflvf' X f . :ur Qi. Dennis Cunninghan Terri Decklar Jim Evans JU IORS Melvin Evers fxfiax ...qv 54. +R, L Sion Foam 138 "' 5 F .xx ,V 'lla 'Gui il' Sandi Fieldler C I f , mr W , J I 5' ,I f if -if 4 -G x ! Q :Si j f .. N fav? I A . rj A his V I I ga," ,, ii" .3'f'- VW ff . ,L 43. Q9-vig. gl' X' -- ' Mary Frame Reber? Freeman .filfw-' V . , W Q I 1 2. , 'rs' , i ' 1 V ' ' " gififf if Terry Fife Lucy Franck Rod Fuifgn J,-2:2 'O i ' ff' if ' flip-- Bill Hamelman i N-rv' 4-'di Rick Gardner W. f ,.:g,, W :A I I Rod Garrett I we qnwq, David George it Q X na tai ,KWXV 1 Roger Goa ns '1-lzzw V- -, w if: E , Lft gfaz -if an vu 'N . Don Goodrick Von Gmnle ' rQr H ffjfif ' H . B . . . ' HV T 1? Q Z tat, Hyun wa r ,, w my - 'W' 'x N :YW .Q Jeanne Gore Jack Gravley 139 ff. X Annette Hen ri e ,i Carl Harbour Chris Henry M -0 Q " 1 Kathy Harris Jim Henry y , U X al ti 'n l . NH R: I W V r R "" , 9 'vi Carol Greenfield Kathi Haynes Mary Henshaw 3 :KZ V, M 4' Fig' ., 2 fi., A I X Randy Groneman Brenda Hendricks Bghy Hernandez Q if. R lg Q21 1, il? Q ' ai , if 2?iifif' 5 1 ,ya ' 1 .Ml g:,, f11 l V s V - Q . I Dennis Cunningham, local Picasso, is an outstanding art student at FGUHS, 4 X .Gail v cs ..- r 13 W, . wwf of Mollie Hiatt Judy Hinton JOY Hollmdn Duane Holscher r-'Q 1 If 'G fr ' F - sl xx "' Lag, C0I'0l l'limeS Sharon Hoffman Laura Holloway Philip Hosfyneck JUNIORS ' Q Q f i, A 5 2 M M fr H Q ev ' Wk 14 X " :W -sae U - r Sleplwn Huegli Vicki Jaque David Johnson J ' I' Q f ,,,:. .--r an , ' - ull' 0 Dan Hull Marilyn Jarrell Bofbofa -l0l"f150f1 ' mv l X K-.rf ggi? 3 X Mary Huson Susan Jarrell Doreen Johnson 1' , JV' or '-JS' , -as T' 'fr it , ' , fm, , . , , Orlll llsl l 533522 as ' ' QliY'5f"EjQ ' l ' '- '1 1 Wgifiixii, J H 'Q is -1 Z ff! Lindo Inscore Alynne Jansan Sfeve Johnston 'G Andrea Jackson Jeff Jensen Nancy Jones oo. !"'?9 Rodney Jones Sharon Keller Ki11y KHCPP wl ?""?' Alvr1f1J0fbUSef1 Beverly Kennedy She,-ian Knapp ',- K' xi .: . , ' 1 1 Q, , W ,X ss 1 U Paul .Iunknickel Buddy Kinder 1 3, fl' I 'bjtifnq 3 1 I x 54155 l j? 3 f ii ,ur f' 1 ,Vx 7 Tony Landouer Ken Liclekug el I Y XL ffl-. .. ,, fit? .x rry Len harrzen l 1 lk Alb err Lon g 1. ,Y 's Jia- I 'J' --..-. 'kafivaf 44 -G N vip: as lg 14 g Q I ax " r 15'-'Q' 'J 'ilk W, 354- h. f V .Q N ' K K ,iam-' . ,.,-j Bob Loomis Linda Lukes A XX! 'J -4 Di0r10 LOWYY Dean Mclokowski l U 5..- Cldrer1CeJUfkS Delores Kenncn W' 4 , Owen Keller Cmhy Kirby Junior boys show their golf enthusiasm during practice in F.E. ClGSS- 1 141 ' If U m-'k h K VK I f' - I? .2-, f 1 H, 1 ' f AJ if x -:sa 5 y I 55,1 'fm 1 , M I? 7 of xi, - wr., k C .. if 531.1 QQ 7' iv Ji .5 W 'iff is we .. 5 'fl' i fi, fs 4 Susie Mannen Pam McMillian Linda Mnchell X,A"L A .. - A ,, A Q, k ei A 5 -. K f i' 4 I Q21 1 l .1 I v 1 X . Stanley Marble Colhle Mcpherren Rodney Morrison Patti Mu sgrove flmelj Linda Oberg lvl' liif X- W. BUY? MUfPl"Y Tom Newell Barbara Olson Charlene Orfmun -ni ,-4' '-59, 'N it-wliigi ' 'JJ 2 """" -lUClY O'Rea" Dean Pate if April Martan Terri Meyers Quentin Muhly Glngef M'-J59f0Ve Gay Olinger www. . , z .V a Am, ., ,. 9-49 Van Ortman Putty Pauli , ' 4 b-I , A 1. f ' l gl E' i x V Pam McClure Jack Miller if X Patty McLoucl lBrunsonl Peggy Miller JUNIORS Linda Thompson and Patty Musgrove fashion new clothes during their Home Economic class. 142 Nicky Peckham Patricia Phelps . X ,E .4 , 0' 5 I Russell Peckham Anne Potter 'f-re.--A Kathi Peschka Sandi Prawitz in PE class. Y mv - Sandi Fielder, Jeanne Gare, r no-HW" ,. Susanne Behrman, Annette Henri and Linda Baldwin pause between activities S . reai S, J it iii S is J .3 f , krkw W it S it ,.,,.. , ft Y ,. i S. lx l 1' 'ri J IL ? Q xv r I J Jim Price Larry Rau N. Sheryl Refer, Martin Reif Tom Roe Lorna Salter -4-4 ...ar Q -l0l'1I'1 Rdnes Susan Redner Bob Reichard Sue Reynolds Judy Ross Ralph Schaffner I4 :LW 1---. Warren Schlegel Linda Si Troy Sharp 9 3 , V ' 1 AQI-' x ,.f" Gail Shaw ,Q-5 Kathy Smith ,jf I A 'J 1 -. Linda Q11 Smith Sandy Shupp Sam Smith Q.. U 'VSPW XV' ........-'Ig Q is 9 SEMA' s 4 I- diak wif. ' - 0-" f---T ' Sitting on the lawn at noon in the spring time sun is a favorite pastime of junior students. - , ' .. Q. . V, sf"Wf S . ' is , :as , i Y x Q ' il.. 9 , 5 T9 W: , -6 .5 I 3 -rv, fs' 1:-1 Q f sv' I E - rip? I ' , . l Robefl Sleman Gln"'Y Snldef Suzan Sorbel Carolyn Southard Albert Stevens Chuck Stinman Anne Sfnes JU IORS 144 gf-, 4-W L. .ei ' --o-1 1? limi Q 0 .ily ,a s.f l r l S X z Glenda Strickland Gary Trimble Cody walne, Ann Weaver Linda Weise Scott Wilson K sf, N. l Llf'IClU Thomas Linda Vunalcen sw K A W ':..:4g J, ,X ie , ' fr-'L if 35 if ef'- -' ' Q ' 4' ,rt ,. . . it He 1 'Y 5 if ll 'W W' N ' W A 1 xv John Thompson Brad Vandehey Qx Qu Q Q-cv T' Af" f at Q K ' if ,gy K is nw Q I if ft 1 .ii X .,,,,f YI: l l X all ' If N' ' Ida Carlson portrays Jane Fowlmouth and April Martan portrays Ebaneser Beezl ey during I-'nda Tl"0mP50f1 Steve Vanderzanden the l966 annual Gay 90's assembly. f A A 45" ,ijif 'Q , A ' E fs. .1 -and , 1 J-fro' 1 , if 4 if i Q, x AX I I M 5 if Dorothy Tipton Wilma Wallace Mona Warner Cathy Weaver Andrea West Leonard Winchester 145 Lynda Wood Qu .,Vx A . 1 1 Diana Wormington -av , Lyle Wright Cl ayton Yows I ad- l' i , -jx' P. Franki Yost N555 S-,...... X 1 MNA First half senior officers are shown above - Greg Snider, Stephen Bump, Ben Miller, Shirley Miller, Sally Luehrs, and Ed Manson John Abel Lynn Allen Caroll Asoy Randy Bateman Paul Bentson l Charlyn Allen Dan Anderson ROQSF Bailey Sieve Bateman Lynneffe Borst 146 'Q V i QENIGRS , U e w. ., . .-.' . -. 'ff 1 E Seated above are 2ncl semester class officers, Rosalie Dennis, Rdndy Bateman, Sherry Ritchie, Jack Wood, and Shirley Miller. 5 Gary Bristow Stefan Bump Bob Buss John Campbell Pom Carter 'Ni' Linda Britton John Burnett Shirley Butler Jim Conti! Cynthia Cedergreen 147 Jo Cedergreen Richard Clyde Suzi Cox Brion CUTHP Ben Donner Jon Clark Nikki Collins Darrel Crawford Phil Dm Sharon Davis A typical senior scene during noon hour. .JK ,Q ,A 1 Rosalie Dennis I Larry Dunlap I xx i A F N. JV N Gary Eddings 'AX 1 3 is fs gy fa . may 5 Cheryl Ennes Lynn Allen, Pam Carter, Cassie Schlegel and Ann Lewis dress up for "Gay Ninefies." 35 Sfeve Fearn Shirley Foster Nancy Fritz Flash Fuller GYGQOVY Gent 'Gi WIVWT Q Eire Georgia Ford Cgfole Franck Melissa Fruiri Kenneth Garner Clinton Giberson 1 I49 Mike Heisler Marilyn Hines Lesley Hulfs Jay Jacobsmuhlen Bonnie -l0l1f1ST0V1 I ' N 'Qi l , J. Karen Herb Ron Holloway Sandra Hundley Wes Jqrrell Maria Teresa Jones 'QHPV' 'egg-Q-.Q SIWGYOF1 Herb Mary Holm Gary lnkley -lim Johansen Dan Juden 1 Karl Hering Joy Huddlesfon John Jackson Judy Johansen Wanda Kendall ISI , ,df Wix Art Kindel Gclry Krieger April Leeson Ron Lively John Modems Steve Kin!! Tom Lan caster Dcvid Kin1Z Steve Lcrdy Mr. Leroy Gamble, principal, hands out visitor cards to pre-graduated seniors. l .ff WJ Susan Klein DWN0 l-ee Ann Lewis Sully Luehrs Sheryl Morfinsen 152 A x 53? fi ff-:f,, 4 H V,,v1 3 ,,7i ii ':eQ V i 2: M i Q fi riccc M ,v"'l"55 w-,wr 'Wifi' Alberta Mqffingly Ed Maffson Dan McCulloch lrene Meade Shirley Miller Gary Mercer Ken Mixer ff", -,fs Seniors practice for graduation Mike MeYel' Akita MiyGm0fO 'Q -all?" -41' -nw Norman Mattoon Kerry McClelland Gordon McLaughlin Ben Miller JGGHBTTB Moeller I53 HH xg? as-di' Randy Morris Karen Morfon Chri s Nclcheff Pam Olson John Ousterhout Mike Peterson Ken Ploner Keren Poll rei sz A CQ' '53 Y Mother Cheesemcker, porfrcyied by Licrry Dunlop, gives reasons why "she" should be Sharon pollreisz crowned Queen for a Day. Cassie Schlegel, os hos1'ess,looks on. "lik fi, i W fs, -Q 'tj Parris Nelson Dgwnq OHS Kay pmerson Jon Pflughoupt Steve Porter 154 .1 1 l , F1s,,gM55?SL . I . as Q ,..- was V :ra I kg.-Z. M'---., iii 1 -if .4 Ifii. l'N1'i'LA'u1 . .UIQ if G' ,n A, I fs -Q K i x Mary Roy Dan Russell Mary Sands Gary Schauermann Dave Schildknecht 1 Q 'i as bm . Q r w if .Q ..,.v,w,- Q I , W, .swf . Nw , 1 f iw' 1 J Q H .tistf ,9,py,Qf1 gg,-.,,,, f' f qw, ,MA .M f .A K V J- -L .gf amy. 'V' M ,ml Ay' ?Kew2',w-"ilk 'vw 'ff f"'f7 wifi x fi- -!a3F2""-we Kathy Richardson Cassie Schlegel P WTR.. , HJ. Bob Riggie Leap frog is a favoriie senior game. Williqm Schmitt 45 Q., V339 Shary Ritchey Dflflene SCHIP son Linda Safchwell Mike Schauermann Dennis Schneider 155 'I -....,,-no Greg Selby Helen Sherman Gordon Stewart Norman Th0mPS0f1 Gvle V00f1Clefi"'9 f-1-neun .4 Dan Sheldon Dave Skinner Glen Stinman Sue Tompkins Dan VUndel"eY Dave Sheldon Diane Smith Judy Strandberg Korlan Tosch Linda Vandehey fx lim' Jim Sheppard Greg Snider Kathi Thompson Dorothy Triplett Lynn Vanderzanden l56 i alflflliwr Steve Van Doren Q 1 1 ef x S ll ' 'E Fred Van Dyke Michael VanDyke Kris Vecrrier Pam Carter looks out from the mirror, ready for graduation. 157 Lawrence Verboorf Roy Wahl ,xiii L. +A 1 Norene Warren Dennis Weldon Nancy Williams Don Wlsclmofske DOUQ WYGTT Roger Woebke Mike Younf 'D' Stalwarts of the senior class exhibif muscles. Jack Wood Barbara Zumwclf Cherie Johnson Roy Wqfenpqugh Paula Whitlafch Roger Winchester Donald Wormington sENloRs xii Pres. Harry L. Dillin, of Linfi College was the mom speaker. Mary Holm, Valldicforian l6O Jock Wood, Sclurclorian 163 seniors stand, waiting for the diplomas to be handed out RARY N Nest Gnf Q ,L WCE .4 f 5 4' , , ,Q X ' 'M 'iw Y ' 1 4 , A ' , flg - W 2 I 1 5 ' -' ' l , f 'fl'-QQ., 1 -,M 12 2' x Qi ffqligf' 157 if-A-.5 fp, 9' 1 X i i f '+ ' M ' I X 2 44 57 - 'i . , 5 , ML, 5 1 gli-z. f 1 fi f FX ' ' "8 ir .xx ,B E. , .,4 fi ,5 U K ,F - A W WWW ' , 'A' V ' 1 5 .'f, " , . O L 2' 'ffa' . ,Q .4 - - N ' , wg - JH va ,V M, . '1IL'e'i"7I - ' . 1 ' '5 1 "U " 4,-:' if iii. Z Q1 - x f i 5 x, '46 L f L' y av, -mg, Q g-'fy - - V I' . if ' ' , , X, Q: kwa 1 . 5 Ai Q M-Q A I ,. A A Q 1 ' .51 f if ,M :- 1 N ' ,.-Q---"- I - 9- f ' '4 '. -' ,,,k -wmfl: ,,L,, 4 nl ' 2- f.'. fa, Ly, Z . J DVERTI QI NG . . urn my-I 1 Q --Lunar - 5' 4 . DIAMONDS DIRECT FROM SOUTH AFRICA 1936 Pacific Avenue - -E5 gh. 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Coun. 1,25 OGC Off. 3,45 Drama Night 3,45 Speech Tourn. 2,3,45 Homecoming Prin. 45 Jr. Red Cross Queen 35 Girl of the Month 45 38,73,76,77,82,146 ANDERSON, Dan Science Club 1, 25 Thes. 3,45 Boys State 35 Sr. Play5 Drama Night 35 Bsktbl 25 Musical 45 Con Ec Board Member 4. 38,146 ASAY, Carole DE 45 Girls' League 1,2,3,45 Jr. Red Cross 25 DE Pres. 4, Parl. 45 Soph. Class Treas., Sr. Sec.5 Stu. Coun. 45 60,611,146 BAILEY, Roger 'I46 BATEMAN, Randy Hi-Y 3,45 Lettermen 3,45 Hi-Y Treas. 45 Boy Yell Leader 1,45 Pres. 35 Stu. Coun. 35 Homecoming Escort 35 Baseball 1,25 Football 1,2,3,4. BATEMAN, Steve FFA 1,2,3,4, Sentinal 3, Treas. 45 Football 3,45 Track 35 24,29,36,52,146 BENTON, Paul 146 BORST, Lynnette Girls' League 1, 2,3,45 Lang. Club 45 Drama Night 3. 146 BRISTOW, Gary147 BRITTON, Linda GRA 15 Lang. Club 1. 147 BUMP, Stefan Thes. 45 Asst. Art. Mgr. 45 Vice-pres 35 Drama Night 45 Tennis 1,2,3. 25,30,38,147 BURNETT, John Thes. 45 Speech Tourn. 3,45 Band 1,2,3,45 Stage Band 1,2,3,45 TYV Hon. Band 1,2, 3,45 Tennis 25 Track 15 AFS 3,4. 38, 147 BUSS, Bob 147 BUTLER, Shirley Girl's League 15 Rally Squad I5 Viking Log Staff 45 Stu. Coun. 45 Miss Merry Christ- mas Candidate 15 24,152,147 CAMPBELL, John 27,147 CANTIL, Jim 24,36,.147 CARTER, Pam DE45 Girls' League I,2,3,45 Jr. Red Cross 35 Rally Squad 2,45 Thespians 2,3,45 Quill Senior Directory 8- Scroll 35 DE Hist. 4, State Dele- gate 45 Freshman Class Treas. Optimist Ed. 45 Sec. Ed. 35 Viking Lag Sec. Ed. 45 Staff 3,45 Stu. Coun. 15 Sr. Class Play5 Jr. Class Play5 Drama Night 45 Fresh. Triple Trio5 Homecoming Crown Prin. 45 Miss Merry Christmas Prin. 25 Girl at the Month 4. 39,57,58,59,60,61, 73,76,147 CEDERGREEN, Cynthia Boosters 3,45 DE 45 Girls' League 1,2,35 AFS 2,35 Jr. Red Cross I,2,3,45 Lang. Club 1,25 Jr. Red Cross vice-pres. 3, Pres. 45 Optimist Staff 35 Viking Lag Staff 35 Stu. Coun. 4. 42,60,147 CEDERGREEN, Jo Girls' League 1,2,3,45 Lang. Club 1,2,35 AFS Hist. 45 Viking Log Staff 45 Choir 3,45 AFS 3,45 Choir Ensemble 4, Triple Trio 1,45 Girls Glee 15 Musical 3. 62,148 CLARK, Jon 63,143 CLYDE, Richard Football 3. 148 COLLINS, Nikki Girls' League 1, 2,3,45 Choir 2,3,4. 148 COX, Suzi FHA 1,2,3,45 Girls' League 1,25 Thes. 45 FHA Pres. 35 148 CRAWFORD, Darrell Marksmenship Club 45 Chair2,3,45 Wrestling 25148 CUTLIP, Brian Choir1,25Football 1,25 Wrestling 1,2. 148 DANA, Philip Lang. Club 1,2,35 Science Club 3,45 AFS 3. 148,64 DANNER, Beniomin14B DAVIS, Sharon 148 DENNIS, Rosalie FHA 25 Girls' League 2,3,45 Lang. Club 2,35 Lettergirls 2,3,45 National Honor Society 45 Senior Class Trea5 Stu. Coun. 35 Girls State 35 OGC 35 Senior Play5 Drama Night 45 Tennis 2,3,4. 148,30 DUNLAP, Larry Hi-Y 45 Lang. Club 1,2,3,45 National Honor Soc- iety 3,45 Thes. 2,3,45 V.P. 35 Stage Manager 45 Soph. Class Trea5 Jr. Play5 Drama Night 2,3,45 Band 1,2,3,45 Stage Band 1,2,3,45 Manly Man Candidate 15 Football 2,35 Tennis 2,35 School Mascot 3,45 AFS 2,3,45 AFS Student to Spain 35 Thes. S. at A. 45 Junior Rotarian 45 Co-Chair. Homecoming 3. 148,25,29,30,38,50 EDDINGS, Gary NHS 45 Stu. Coun. 45 AFS 25 Nat. Merit Scholarship Finalist. 24,30,82,149 ENNES, Cheryl DE 45 Stu. Coun. 35 Choir 1. 60,149 FEARN, Steve Trans. Wahtowka High, The Dalles, Ore. 35 Stu. Coun. 45 Homecoming Escort 45 Jr. Red Cross Escort 35 Football 2,35 Track 3. 149 FORD, Georgia FHA 1,2,3,45 Girls' League 1,2,3,45 Lettergirls 45 Thes. 3,45 Stu. Coun. 45 Sr. Play5 Jr. Play5 Track 3,4. 38,27, 62,149 FULLER, Flash Trans. Hillsboro High School, Hillsboro, Ore. 35 Lang. Club 2,3,45 NHS 1,2,3,45 Science Club 3,45 Lang. Club V.P. 35 Dance Club V.P. 45 Ath. Man. 45 Stu. Coun. 45 Basketball 15 Football 1,2,35 AFS 35 Jr. Rot- arian 4. 25,30,64,149 GARNER, Richard 52,60,149 GENT, Gregory Lang. Club 2,3,45 Lettermen 45 Science Club 2,3,45 V.P. 35 Sec. 45 Stu. Coun. 3,45 Jr. Play5 Ath. Man. 3,4. 64,532,149 GIBERSON, Clinton Viking Log Staff 45 58,149 GIRARD, George 150 GORE, Walt DE 45 Basketball 1,2, 35 Cross Country 2,35 Football 15 Track 1,2,3. 60,150 GOSSETT, GARY 150 GRAY, Debra Transfer Leslie High, Salem, Oregon 1. 150 GROSS, Virginia Transfer Gaston High, Gaston, Oregon 25 DE 4.150. HALL, Brenda Girls' League 1,2, 3,45 GRA 15 Lang. Club 3,45 Jr. Play 35 AFS 45 62,150,160 HAMILTON, Gaile Girls' League 15 Stu. Coun. Alt 45 Chair 3. 150 HANES, Steven Wrestling 25 62, 150 HANEY, Fred Hi-Y 3,45 Lettermen 3,45 Stu. Coun. 2,45 Homecoming Escort 45 Basketball 1,2,3,45 Cross Country 3,45 Golf 2,3,45 Tennis 25 TYV All-Star Golf 45 Golf Champ- ion of Oregon 45 25,29,30,36,150 HARRIS, Donald Nat. Hon. Soc. 3,45 Science Club 4, Pres. 45 Stu. Coun. 1,45 AFS 2,35 Boys State 35 Baseball 'l,2,35 Basketball 15 25, 30,64,82,150 HASKINS, Dale Lang. Club 3,45 Stu. Coun. 1, 2, 3,4. 150 HEISLER, Michael IRL 35151 HERB, Karen 151 HERB, Sharon DE 45 GRA 25 60,151 HERING, Karl FFA 15 Lang. Club 2,3,45 Lettermen 3,45 Nat. Hon. Soc. 3,45 Stu. Coun. 35 AFS 2,3,45 Choir 15 Sports Mgr. 3,45 Football 3,4. 30,36,151 HINES, Marilyn Boosters 4, Treas. 45 Girls' League 1,2,3,4, Pt. Chrm. 35 Jr. Red Cross 2,3,4, Sec. 35 PTA Rep. 35 Soph Girl yell Ieader5 Jr. Sec.5 Stu. Coun. 1,2,3,45 OGC 35 Jr. Red Cross Princess 25 25,34,76, 151 HOLLOWAY, Roland Manhattan High School, Manhattan, Montana 35 Basketball 15 Football 1,25 Pep Club 25 Stunt Night 1,25 151 HOLM, Mary Transfer Grant High, Portland, Oregon 45 Equestrians 45 Girls' League 45 Lang. Club 45 Nat. Hon. Soc. 4. 30,82,151 HUEGLI, CHayward5 Dianna Boo- sters 35 FHA 15 Girls' League 1,2, 35 GRA 15 Thes. 35 Jr. Play 35 Choir 2,3. 151 HUDDLESTON, Jay151 HULTS, Lesley 151 HUNDLEY, Sandra FHA 1,25 Girls League 1,35 Jr. Play 3.151 INKLEY, Gary Stu. Coun. 3,45 Art mgr. 45 'lheS. 2,3,45 25,38,l5l JACKSON, John Marksmanship Club 4, Pres. 45 Stu. Coun. 2,45 Band 1,25 Baseball 1,25 Football 1,2,35 Track 45 Wrestling 15 25,151 JACOBSMUHLEN, Jay Hi-Y 3,45 IRL 15 Lang. Club 1,2,3, Pres. 35 Lettormen 2,3,45 Nat. Hon. Soc. 45 Stu. Body Pres. 45 Thes. 3,45 Hi-Y Vice-Pres. 3, Sgt. ot Arms 35 Soph Class Pres5 Jr. Class Boy Yell Leader, Vice-Pres.5 Boys State 35 Sr. Play 45 Speech Taurn. 3,45 Bona 35 Cross Country 45 Football 1,2,35 Track 1,2,3,45 Wrestling 1,25 27,295 36,38,58,67,151 JARRELL, Wes Marksmanship Club 3,45 Lettermen 45 Nat. Hon. Soc. 3, 45 Thes. 3,45 Stu. Body Vice-Pres. 35 Stu. Body Pres. 45 Soph Pres.5 Jr. Treas. Stu. Coun. 2,3,45 Jr, Play 35 Musical Revue 45 Band 1,2,3,45 Football 25 Wrestling 1,2,3, 45 Region III Delegate 3,45 Jr. Ro- tarian 3,4. 27,30,38,67,82,151 JENSEN, Roland Band 2.151 JOHANSEN, James DE 45 Band 15 Football 3,45 Wrestling 15 60,151 I JOHANSEN, Judy Girls' League 2, 35 Jr. Red Cross 2,35 Nat. Hon. Soc. 3,45 Thes. 45 Stu. Body Sec.I45 Choir 2,3,45 Senioiettes 45 Home- coming Prin. 45 Choir Ensemble 45 Triple Trio 15 27,30,73,151 JOHNSON, Cheryl FHA 15 GRA 25 Viking Log Staff 4. 151 JOHNSTON, Bonnie Transfer from Albany, Georgia 35 Boosters 345 Pres. 45 Girls' League 3,45 Op i- mist Sec. Ed. 45 Stu. Coun. 45 irl of the Month 4. 25,56,76, 151 JONES, Tessie Lang. Club 1,25 Nat. Hon. Soc. 45 Thes. 45 Siu. Coun. 1,25 Drama Night 45 Mu sieal 45 Speech Tourn. 2. 30,38,77,1r5'l JUDEN, Dan FFA 1,3,45 Stu. Coun. 1,35 Basketball 15 Track 2,3,45 52, 151 KENDALL, Wanda 52,151 I KINDEL, Arthur Transfer Banks High School Banks, Oregon 35 FFA 45 152 KING, Steve 152 KINTZ, David 52,152 KLEIN, Susan DE 45 Girls' League 1,2,3,45 J.. Red cm.. 2,35 Lang. Club 1,25 Thes. 3,4, DE seen, Class Yell Leader 2,35 Treos.I25 optimist Staff 4, si... cw.. 2I35 Sr. Play 45 Jr. Play 35 Drama Night 35 Band 15 Homecoming Prin. I45 Tennis 25 Gymnastics 2. 56,60, 3, 152 KRIEGER, Gary Lettermen 3,45 Stu. Coun. 15 Choir 15 Baseball 1, 2,3,45 Football 1,2,3,45 Wrestling 15 TYV All stars. 25,152 LANCASTER, Tom Hi-Y 3,45 Lett r- men 3,45 Nat. Hon. Soc. 45 Hi Y Pres. 45 Band 1,2,3,45 TYV Honor Band 1,2,3,45 Cross Country 345 Track 2,3,45 28,29,30,36,152 LARDY, Steve 36,152 LEE, Dianna 38,152 LEESON, April DE 45 Jr. Red Cross 35 Lang. Club 2,35 Girls Track 35 152 LEWIS, Ann Girls' League 1,2,3,45 Jr. Red Cross 3,45 Lang. Club 15 Rally Squad 1,2,3,45 Viking Log Staff 45 Stu. Coun. 1,2,3,45 Jr. Play 35 Choir 15 Homecoming Prin. 45 Miss Merry Christmas Prin. 35 Fresh. Triple Trio 58,73,152 LIVELY, Ronald Hi-Y 3,45 Letter- men 3,45 Thes. 2,35 Sports Mgr.'I2, 35 36,38,152 LUEHRS, Sally Dance Team 45 Girls' League 1,2,3,45 Jr. lied Cross, 1,2,35 Lang. Club 15 Rally Squad 1,35 Thes. 35 Girls' Leag Pres. 45 Jr. Red Cross Delegate Class Yell Leader 45 Spo Optimist 45 Stu. Coun. rts Edit 2,45 O0 U0 3: Ot' SC ne 2,35 Jr. Play 35 Homecoming Pr A5 Girl of the Month 4. 33,41,56,i'3, 76,152 MADEROS, John 152 MARTINSEN, Sheryl Girls' League 1,2,3,45 Lang. Club 1,2,35 Library Club 1,2,3. 152 MATTINGLY, Alberta 153 MATTOON, Norman Football 1,2,35 153 MATTSON, Ed Lettermen 3,45 Art Club 4, Vice-Pres. 45 Class Treas. 45 Musical 4. 36,153 McCLELLAND, Kerry Hi-Y 3,45 Chaplain 45 Jr. Red Cross 1I25 Lang. Club 1,2,3,45 Lettermen 3J4, Sgt at Arms 45 Nat. Hon. Soc. 3545 Rally Squad 45 Thespians 3,45 Stu Body Vi ce-Pres. 35 Assemblies mgr. 45 Class Pres. 15 Stu. Coun. 1,2,45 J.. Pi., 35 om... Night My Miss Merry Christmas Escort 25 Basketball 1,25 Football 1,2,3,45 Track 1,2,3,45 AFS 3,45 Region llll DeIe9ate 3,4 Jr. Rotarian 3,4. 25, 29,3O,36,38,82,153 MCCULLOCH, Dan Hi-Y 45 Thes. 4, Pres. 45 Stu. Coun. 45 Homecom- ing Escort 45 Sr. Play 45 Drama Night 45 Choir 1,2,3,45 Baseball 25 Football 45 Wrestling 45 Musical 45 Choir Ensemble 45 28,29,38,',153 MCLAUGHLIN, Gordon Marksman- ship 35 Basketball 15 153 MEADE, Irene Transfer Cloverdale High School, Calif. 35 FHA 45 153 MERCER, Gary Lettermen 3,4, Treas. 35 Nat. Hon. Soc. 3,4, Pres. 45 Science Club 25 Stu. Coun. 3,45 Homecoming Escort 45 Drama Night 45 Cross Country 3,45 Track 2,3,45 AFS 3,4. 26,30,36,153 MEYER, Mike Cross Country 2,35 Track 2,3. 36,153 MILLER, Ben Hi-Y 3,45Lettermen 45 Rally Squad 45 Class Vice-Pres. 45 Viking Log Staff 45 Stu. Coun. 45 Band 1,2,3,45 Stage Band 3,45 Sport Mgr. 25 Baseball 1,2,3,45 Football 1,2,4. 26,58,153 MILLER, Shirley Girls' League 1, 25 Nat. Hon. Soc. 3,45 Treas. 45 Thes. 3,45 AFS Treas. 45 Class Sec. 45 Girl Yell Leader 45 Stu. Coun. 45 Sr. Play 45 Jr. Play 35 Speech Tourn. 35 Band 1,2,3,45 Tennis 3,45 DAR Good Citizen 4. 28, 29,31,36,38,153 MIXER, Ken 153 MIYAMOTO, Akito Exchange Stu. from Ashiya Upper Secondary School, Ashiya-shi, Hyogo-ken, Japan Lang. Club 45 Stu. Coun. 45 Choir 45 AFS 4. 50,68,153 MOELL ER, Jeanette 41,62,153 MORRIS, 'Randy Lettermen 3, Stu. Coun. 25 Baseball 1,25 Foot- ball l,2,3. 154 MORTON, Karen Boosters 3,45 FHA 2,3,4, Publicity 3, VicePres. 45 Band 1,2,3,4. 34,51,154 NACHEFF, Christine Girls' League 1,2,3,45 GRA 15 Lang. Club 1,25 Nat. Hon. Soc. 45 Thes. 45 AFS Vice-Pres. 45 Viking Log 3d. 4, Staff 3,45 Sr. Play 45 Drama Night 45 Speech Tourn. 3,45 Band 15AFS 3,4. 31,38,58,154 NELSON, Parris 154 OLSON, Pam Girls' League 1,25 FHA 15 Stu. Coun. 3,4. 26,154 OTIS, Dawna 62,154 OUSTERHOUT, John Science Club l,2,3,4, Pres. 35 Golf 2,35 64, 154 PATERSON, Kay Boosters 3,45 Girls' League 1,2,3,45 Jr. Red Cross 2,35 Lang. Club 1,2,3,45 Stu. Coun. 2,45 Girl of the Month 45 Track 35 28,76,154 PETERSON, Michael Marksman- ship Club 45 Lang. Club 1,2,3,4i Art Club 4, Sec. 45 Football 2,35 154 PFLUGHAUPT, Jon Marksmanship Club 3,45 Lang. Club 35 Science Club 1,2,3, Sec. Stu. Coun. 45 Band 15 Track 3. 154 PLANER, Ken 28,64,l54 POLLREISZ, Karen Transfer Gaston High School, Gaston, Oreg. 45 Girls' League 45 Jr. Red Crass 45 Lettergirls 45 Nat. Hon. Soc. 2,3,45 Tennis 4. 31,82, 154 POLLREISZ, Sharon Transfer Gaston High School, Gaston, Oreg. 45 Girls' League 45 Jr. Red Cross 45 Nat. Hon. Soc. 2,3,45 Tennis 45 31,62,154 PORTER, Steve FFA 1,2,3,45 Stu. Coun. 45 Dance Club 45 Lettermen 3,45 Baseball 15 Basketball 1,25 Football 1,2,3,45 Track 4. 28,36, 42,154 RAY, Mary Transfer Pendleton High School, Pendleton, Oregon 25 155 RICHARDSON, Kathleen Dance Team 45 Girls' League 1,2,35 Jr. Red Cross 1,2,35 Thes. 3,45 File Clerk 45 Viking Log Staff 35 Stu. Coun. 45 Sr. Play 45 Jr. Pla,y 35 Homecoming Queen 45 AFS 23,45 Musical 4. 25,72,155 RIGGLE, Bob FFA 1,2,3,45 Science Club 3,45 Library Club 3,45 Jr. Play 3. 33,38,63,64,155 RITCHEY, Shary Boosters 3,45 Girls' League 1,2,3,45 Jr. Red Cross 1,2,3,45 Boosters sgt at amis 45 Optimist Sec. Ed. 45 Stu. Coun. 45 AFS 3,4. 26,34,56,62,155 RUSSELL, Dan FFA 1,2,45 Stu. Coun. 1,2,35 Speech Tourn. 45 Baseball 15 Football 1,25 52,155 SAMPSON, Darlene Boosters 3,4, VicePres. 45 Dance Team 35 FHA 15 Girls' League 1,2,3,45 Jr. Red Cross 3,45 Optimist staff 45 Stu Coun 1,2,35 Girl of the Month 45 26,34,57,62,76, 155 SANDS, Mary Transfer Palo Verde High School, Tuson, Arizona 35 Girls' League 1,2,3,45 Jr. Red Cross 2,35 Optimist Sec. Ed. 45 Viking Log Sec. Ed. 4, Staff 3,4. 56,58,155 SATCHWELL, Linda 73,155 SCHAUERMANN, Garry Marksman- ship Club 45 Hi-Y 3,45 Lang. Club 2,3,45 Viking Log Staff 45 Stu. Coun. 45 Homecoming Escort 4. 28,29,58,155 SCHAUERMANN, Michael Hi-Y 2, 3,45 Lang. Club 1,25 Lettermen 3,45 sgt at amis 45 Nat. Hon. Soc.3,4, Pres. 45 Rally Squad 45 Thes. 2,3, 45 Pres. 45 Freshman Class Vice- Pres. Stu. Coun. 25 Jr. Play 45 Drama Night 2,3,45 Choir, 4 En- semble 45 AFS 3,45 Musical 45 Jr. Red Cross Escort 25 Basketball 1,2,35 Football 1,2,3,45 Track 1,2,3,45 Homecoming Escort 45 Hi-Y Sec. 4. 26,28,29,31,36,38,50, 82,155 SCHILDKNECHT, Dave Lettermen 3,45 Class Yell Leader 15 Stu. Coun. 1,35 Homecoming 29,36 SCHLEGEL, Cassie Girls' League 1,2,3,45 Jr. Red Cross 15 Lang. Club I5 Nat. Hon. Soc. 3,45 Rally Sqaad 2,3,45 Thes. 3,45 Girls' League Sec. 35 Pep Queen 45 Class Sec. 1,2,35 Stu. Coun. 2,35 Jr. Play 35 Drama Night 35 Homecoming Crown Prin. 45 Jr. Red Cross Prin. 1. 25,31,38, 155 SCHMITT, Bill Transfer Eisenhow- er High, Realto-, Calif. 35 Marks- man ship Club 4, Sec. 45 Lang. Club 35Tennis4.155 SCHNEIDER, Dennis 155 SHELDON, Danny Hi-Y 45 Letter- men 1,2,3,-4, Treas. 45 Band 1,2,3, 45 Wrestling 1,2,3,45 TYV All Star 3,45 Boy of the Month 4. 29, 36,155 SHELDON, Dave155 SHEPPARD, Jim 155 SHERMAN, Helen Boosters 3,45 FHA 3,45 GRA 15 Nat. Hon. Sac. 3,4, Sec. 45 FHA Treas. 45 Band 1,2,3,45 31,34,51,155 SKINNER, Dave DE 4, sgt at arms 45 Nat. Hon. Soc. 45 Thes. 45 Stu. Coun. 45 Plymouth Trouble shooting contest winner. 28,31,60,155 SMITH, Diane 62,155 SNIDER, Greg Hi-Y 45 Lettermen 1,2,3,45 Sr. Class Pres. 45 Stu. Coun. 35 Golf 1,2,3,45 TYV All Star 3,45 Boy of the month 4. 26, 36,155 STEWART, Gordon IRL 3,45 Lang. Club 1,2,3,45 Lettermen 3,45 Nat. Hon. Soc. 3,45 Stu. Coun. 45 Sports Mgr. 3,45 Tennis 2,3,45 AFS 3,4. 31,36,156 STINMAN, Glen Hi-Y 4, Sec. 45 Lang. Club 1,35 Lettermen 2,3,4, Vice-Pres. 45 Nat. Hon. Soc. 3,4, Vice-Pres. 45 Thes. 3,45 Stu. Coun. 1,25 Boys State 35 Sr. Play 45 Jr. Play 35 Basketball 1,25 Football 1,2,3,45 Track 1,2,3,4. 29,31,36,38, 156 STRANDBERG, .Judy Boosters 3,45 Girls' League 1,2,3,45 Jr. Red Cross 2,3,4, Pres. 4, Prin. 45 Girl Yell Leader 35 Viking Log Staff 45 Stu. Coun. 3,45 26,34,42,43,59, 62,156 THOMPSON, Kathleen Boosters 3, Asst. Drill Leader 35 Dance Team 3,4, Leader 45 Girls' League 1,2,3, 4, Treas. 45 Jr. Red Cross 1,25 Stu. Body Asst Treas. 3, Treas. 45 Optimist Sec. Ed. '45 Stu. Coun. 3,45 Jr. Play 35 Homecoming Prin. 45 Girls Glee 15 Fresh. Triple Trio 15 25,33,41,56,73,156 THOMPSON, Norma FHA 25 156 TIPTON, Joe TOMPKINS, Susan De 4, Treas. 4, Pres. 45 Girls League 1,25 Viking Log Sec. Ed. 4, Staff 3,45 Stu. Coun. 45 Sr. Play 45 Speech Tourn 2. 58,60,61,156 TOSCH, Korlan Hi-Y 3,45 IRL 15 Lang. Club 2,3,45 Rally Squad 25 Thes. 3,4, Treas. 45 Hi-Y Pres. 45 Class Yell Leader 15 Class Treas. 25 Musical 45 Jr. Play 35 Drama Night 35 Homecoming Escort 3,45 Stu. Coun. 1,3,45 Basketball 15 Football 1. 26,29,38,156 TRIPLETT, Dorothy Transfer Hil- hi, Hillsboro, Oregon 25 FHA 15 Jr. Red Cross 35 OGC 35 Jr. Play 35 Band 1,3,45 FTA 15 Con Ec Inc. board 4. 62,156 VAANDERING, Gale Lang. Club 3,45 Lettermen 2,3,45 Nat. Hon. Soc. 45 Thes. 3,45 Boys State 35 Sr. Play 45 Jr. Play 35 Drama Night 3,45 Speech Tourn. 35 Band 1,2,3,45 Stage Band 3,45 TYV Honor Band 1,2,3,45 Tennis 2,3,4. 31,36,38,156 VANDEHEY, Daniel 156 VANDEHEY, Linda DE 45 GRA 15 Jr. Red Cross 1,25 60,156 VAN DERZANDEN, Lynn 59,156 VAN DOREN, Steven Hi-Y 3,4, Treas. 45 Lang. Club 1,2,3,4, Treas. 25 Lettermen 45 Nat. Hon. Soc. 3,45 Class Vice-Pres. 35 AFS 3,45 Baseball 1,2,35 Basketball 1,2,3,45 Cross Country 45 Football '1,2. 29,31,38,157 VAN DYKE, Frederick FFA 1,2,3, 4. 157 VAN DYKE, Michael FFA 1,2,3,45 Pres 45 Stu. Coun. 4. 26,52,53,157 VEARRIER, Kris Boosters 45 Girls' League 2,3,45 Jr. Red Cross 3,45 Staff 3,45 Optimist Sec. Ed. 4, Viking Log Staff 45 Stu. Coun. 1,35 34,56,62,157 VERBOORT, Larry FFA 1,25 Lettermen 4, Pres. 45 Stu. Coun. 15 Boy of Baseball 2,3,45 Football the month 45 Miss Merry Christmas Escort 4. 26,36,40,157 VINCENT, Dennis Choir 3,4. 157 WAGGONER, Dennis Football 1,2,35 157 WAHL, Roy 157 WARREN, Norene Booster 3,45 FHA 1,25 Girls' League 1,2,3,45 Choir 3,4. 34,158 WATENPAUGH, Roy Marksmanship Club 45 Hi-Y 3,4, Treas. 35 AFS 3, 45 Lettermen 3,45 Band 1,2,3,45 Stage Band 1,2,3,45 Baseball 1,2,35 Football 1,2,3,45 Most Inspirational Player 45 Music in May 3,4. 29,36, 158 choir 2,45 WELDON, Dennis 158 WHITLATCH, Paula Boosters 3,4, Sec. 35 Girls' League 1,2,3,4, Handbook Ed 45 Jr. Red Cross 25 Nat. Hon. Soc. 3,45 Class Sec. 25 Johnson Girl ofthe Month 4. 3i,34,41,76,158 WIL LIAMS, Nancy Transfer Newport High School, Newport Oregon 31 DE 4, Treas. 41 Girls' League 31 viking Log smfm. 6o,62,.15e WINCHESTER, Robert Choir 1,2,3. 158 WISCHNOFSKE, Don 158 WOEBKE, Roger Transfer Banks High School, Banks Oregon 21 Band 1,2,3,41 Baseball 21 Wrestling 3. 158 WOOD, Jack Hi-Y 3,4, Chaplain 31 Lang. Club 3,41 Lettermen 3,41 Sec. 41 Thes. 3,41 Boy Yell Leader 3, Sr. Class Pres. Stu. Coun. 3,41 Boys State 41 Sr. Play 41 Jr. Play 31 Cross Country 41 Football 1,2,31 Track 1,2,3,41 TYV All Star 4. 29, 36,38, 158 WORMINGTON, Donald FFA 1,2,3, 4, Sentinel 4. 52,158 WYATT, Douglas Science Club 4, Treas. 41 Debate Team 4. 158 YOUNT, Michael Hi-Y 3,41 Lang. Club 31 Lettermen 2,3,41 Nat. Hon. Soc. 3,41 Stu. Body Act. Mgr. 41 Class Vice-Pres. 2,41 Drama Night 31 Band 1,2, 3,41 Stage Band 1,2,3,41 Baseball 11 Basketball 1,2,3,41 Football 1,2,31 Tennis 2,3,41 Music in May 2,3,4. 25,29, 31,36,158 ZUMWALT, Barbara Boosters 3,4, Vi ce-Pres. 3, Drill Leader 41 Girls' League 1,2,3,4, Treas. 31 Jr. Red Cross 2,3,41 Sec.-Treas. 3,41 Lang- Club 1,21 Stu. body Sec. 41 Class Sec. 11 Optimist Sec. Ed 41 Stu. Coun. 3,41 Miss Merry Christ- mas Prin. 41 Girl of the Month 4. 25,34,40,42,56,76,158 JUNIORS Adamonis, Pat 32,136 Alexander, Jeanne 62,136 Allen, Mike 27,136 Ambler, Sue 30,53,136 Anzaldi, Barbara 136 Arellano, John .136 Arthur, Paul 95,136 Arthur, Scott 63,136 Balch, Rick 136 Baldwin, Lindo 136 Ball, Roger 136 Bateman, Rick 27,52,88,Tl00,136 Beam, Carol 41,136 Bean, Bill 36,38,136 Beaver, Jennifer 32,136 Behrman, Susanne 136 Berovic, Mike 136 Bett, DeLynn 51,136 Bett, Duanne 44,136 Biden, PauIa136 Blow, Leroy 137 Booth, Craig 24 29,40,87,78,137 Brewer, Cyndee 137 Bridges, Donna 34,137 Bri st, Clmde 137 Brownlie, Pip 137 Brower, Dick 137 Brun son, Mike 137 Bryant, Terry 27,38,52,137 Buchholz, Shereda 137 Bush, Brownlie 137 Cantil, Larry 58,74,87,137 Carlson, lda 24,38,137 Cayo r, Arthur 63,137 Clark, Brenda 137 Clark, Kristy 30,137 Clayton, Darrel 137 Copeland, Vikie 137 Consand, Skip 137 Cowna, Molly 34,137 Craig, Claude 138 Crop, Harlan 138 Crosley, Kahna 44,138 Cunningham, Brenda 138 Cunningham, Dennis 138 Cutright, Lyndall 138 Dailey, Martan 138 Davis, Suzanne 60,138 Davis, Vicki 80,138 Decklar, Terri 138 DeClerck, Greg 24,138 Dedrickson, Don 138 Elkins, Mike 138 Bengelen, Beverly 24,27,30,33,43, 138 Evans, Jim 88,138 Evers, Melvin 103,138 Fearn, Stan 138 Fielder, Sandi 138 Fife, Terry 52,138 Frame, Mary 138 Franck, Lucy 45,138 Freeman, Robert 138 Fuiten, Rod 58,138 Gardner, Rick 29,30,45,139 Garrett, Rod 60,139 George, David 27,30, 36,38,78,139 Goan s, Roger 139 Goodrick, Don 139 Gare, Jeanne 139 Granle, Von 63,139 Gravley, Jack 139 Greenfield, Carol 139 Groneman, Randy 139 Hcmelman, Bill 139 Harbour, Carl 139 Harris, Kathy 139 Haynes, Kathi 30,139 Hendricks, Brenda 32,34,45,46,139 Henri e, Annette 62,139 Henry, Chris 34,139 Henry, Jim 44,139 Henshaw, Mary 25,78,139 Hernandez, Betty 63,139 Hiatt, Mallie140 Him es, Carol 140 Hinton, Judy 140 Hoffman, Sharon 28,51,62,140 Hallman, Jay 30,38,78,1140 Holloway, Laura 140 Hol scher, Duane 140 Hostyneck, Philip 140 Huegli, Stephan 140 Hull, Dan 25,30,87,.140 Hurst, Nancy 34,44 Hu son, Mary 32,140 lnscore, Linda 140 Jackson, Andrea 25,30,140 Jaque, Vicki 41,56,62, 140 Jarrell, Marilyn 30,140 Jarrell, Susan 30,34,140 Jan sen, Al ynn e 60,6 2,140 Jensen, Jeff140 John son, Dave 140 John son, Barbara 140 , Doreen 34,140 John son, Steve '140 Janes, Nancy 25,140 Jones, Rodney 141 Jorgusen, Alana 141 Junknickel, Paul 30,141 Jurks, Clarence 141 Keller, Owen 141 Keller, Sharon 141 Kennedy, Beverly 45,141 Kinder, Bud 44,88,1 11,1 12, 141 Kennan, Delores 141 Kirby, Cathy 45,141 Knapp, Kitty 32,141 Knapp, Sherian 32,141 Landauer, Tony 141 Lenh artzen, Terry 94,141 Lidekugel, Ken 141 Long, Albert 141 Loomis, Bob 141 Lowry, Diana 141 Lukes, Linda 34,141 Malakowski, Dean 26,30,90,111, 112,141 Mannen, Susie 142 Marble, Stanley 142 Martan, April 39,142 Mc Cl ure, Pam 32,142 Mcleod, Potty142 McMillian, Pam 34,39,44,46,142 McPherren, Cathy 142 Meyers, Terri 28,60,142 Miller, Jack142 Miller, Peggy 142 Mitchell, Linda142 Morrison, Rodney 45,52,142 Muhly, Quentin 142 Murphy, Bart 88,142 Musgrove, Patti 142 Musgrove, Ginger 44,142 Newell, Tom 27,29,31,9B,142 Oberg, Linda 41,56,80,114,142 Olinger, Gay 142 Olson, Barbara 62,142 O'Rear, Judy 58,142 Ortman, Van 142 Ortman, Charlene 44,79,142 Pate, Dean 142 Pauli, Patty 142 Peckham, Nicki 52,143 Peckham, Russell 37,86,100,10 108,143 Peschka, Kathi 143 Phelps, Patricia 143 Potter, Anne 26,28,3'l,i43 Prawitz, Sandi 143 Price, Jim 143 Ranes, John 24,37, 100,143 Rau, Larry 39,90,143 Red-ier, Susan 26,32,143 Refon, Sheryl 143 Reichard, Bob 28,74,87,143 Rei t, Martin 26,39,78,.143 Reynolds, Sue 26,30,34,51,143 Roe, Tom 26,87,95,143 Ross, Judy 28,41,42,143 Salter, Loran 143 Schatfner, Ralph 100,143 Schlegel, Warren 28,30,57,144 Sharp, Troy 144 Shaw, Gail 88,144 Shupp, Sandy 28,40,66,144 Sieman, Robert 144 Silverthome, Linda .144 Smith, Kathy 39,78,144 Smith, Linda 144 Smith, Sam 144 Snider, Ginny 26,144 Sorbel, Susan 144 Southard, Carolyn 144 Stevens, Albert 26,28,31,88,1 11 Stinman, Chuck 26,28,30,37,87, 144 Stites, Anne 28,30,34,39,78,144 Strickland, Glenda 63,145 Thomas, Linda 60,145 Thomp son, John 26,37,87,94,96, 97,145 Thompson, Linda 63,145 Tipton, Dorothy 145 Trimbl e, Gary 37,84,87,145 Vanaken, Linda 145 Vandehey, Brad 145 Vanderzanden, Steve 145 Wallace, Wilma 44,145 Walln er, Corky 37,85,87,98,11 1, Warner, Mona 32,78,85,115,145 Weaver, Ann 145 Weaver, Cathy 145 Weise, Linda 145 West, Andrea 30,145 Wilson, Scott 145 Winchester, Leonard 145 Wood, Lynda 145 Wormington, Diana 145 Wright, Lyle 145 Yaws, Clayton 39,145 Yost, Franki 32,33,145 SOPHOMORES Abbott, Pom 32,127 Adanson, Tom 86,127 Alexander, Polly 127 Anderson, Carol 127 Anderson, Margaret 127 Asbury, Teresa 127 Asher, Ken 127 Baoon, Bonnie 128 Balch, Linda 128 Batchelder, Burt 128 Bates, Lyle 128 Baughman, Dennis 128 Baughman, Phil 128 1. ,i 111, 145 Bean, Jerry 24,128 Bendix, Dave128 Biller, Dona Lene128 Bishop, Susann 32,128 Blow, Paulla 27,128 Boyd, Jim 52,128 Bren ce, Jeff128 Bridges, Joyce 32,128 Brown, Chip 128 Brownlie, Tom 128 Brun son, Sharon 63,128 Bryan, Mary 32,128 Buchholz, Talon 128 Bump, Rosemary 128 Butler, Andrea 128 Cain, Ron 24,88,.128 Cedergreen, Collin 129 Cheslock, John 129 Chumley, Marie 129 Clodx, Larry 52,631,129 Clinton, Glenda 129 Colby, Tom 129 Compton, Jerry 129 Conrad, Mary 114,127,129 Cox, Kathy 129 Cowna, Orletta 27,129 Cunningham, Bill 27,86,129 Dahl, Bob 129 Daily, Maurine129 Dana, Kevin 129 Davis, Joyce 63,129 Dennis, Ran 36,129 Derr, Sandra 129 Derrick, Junior.129 Dillenburg, Bob 129 Duerfeldt, Dona 129 Dyer, Mike 129 Elder, Mark 87,129 English, Jim 129 Eveland, Elizabeth 32,129 Evers, Wayn e 129 Falcon, Mary Isabel 129 Falcon, Mary Louise 129 Fitch, Fol ey, Tom 129 Merrill 129- Franks, Larkin 129 Fuller, Brice 129 Funk, Margie 129 Gardner, Bobbi 63,129 Gardner, David 129 Gerdes, Sandy 129 Gerrish, John 88 s e, Dolo res 129 Gerrit Gray, Jean .129 Gray, Robin 129 Green, Margie .129 Guyot, Jean 63,129 Hagan , Kay 129 Holler, Gordon 129 Hcmilton, Debbi 130 Haney, Bob 130 Haney, Debby 130 Hm ey, Kathy 114,127,130 Hanna, Dean 130 Harms, Darlene 130 Harding, Susan 130 Hartshom, Dixie 130 Hawkins, Loretta 130 Hayes, Jim 52,89,130 Hays, Charlie 89,130 Hedin, Darrell 130 Heikkila, Howard 130 Hensley, Priscilla 130 Hering, Lois 130 Hiatt, Frank 130 Hill, Alan 130 Hin es, Dave 25,38,64,130 Hines, Michele 27,38,41,130 Hitchman, Kris 130 Hoar, Vikki 130 Hodgson, Carole 130 Homl, Henry 130 Holmes, John 89,127,130 Hordichod, Cheryl 130 Horner, Doug 87,95,96,130 Huggett, Jennifer 130 Hundley, Mike 88,130 Hun dley, Larry 36,130 Hutchins, Anne 130 lnkley, Jmine 25,413,131 Jansen, Janet 131 Jaross, Mike 131 Jensen, Paul 131 Jepson, Elaine 131 Jewett, George 88,131 John son, Elaine 131 Johnson, Richard 131 Johnson, Dave 131 Judah, Ron 131 Jungnickel, Carol 131 Keller, Joe 131 Kelson, Marcia 28,114, 131 Kendall, Patsy 131 Kindel, Bonnie 131 Kinder, Pammy 131 King, Suzie 131 Klein, Greg 36,131 Knoke, Bill 52,131 Kresin, Dennis 131 Krieger, Sharon 45,46,131 Lambert, Janet 131 Lancaster, Jack 131 Londauer, Carla 131 Lane, Cliff 131 Larkins, Lindy 44,89,131 Lawler, David 132 Lee, Larry 132 Leiter, Mary 132 Lepschat, Jim 88,132 Lepschat, John 88,132 Litts, Jeanne 132 Lorenz, Kay 63,132 Martin, Nancy 132 Mato s, Carlos 36,88,112,132 Mattingly, Almeda 132 Mattingly, Cherry 132 Mattson, Mike 132 Maynard, Jim 132 McCann, Dick 88,132 McDowell, David 132 McGraw, Gordon 28,853,132 McLoud, Danny 132 Meyer, Steve 132 Miller, Larry 132 Miller, Patricia 132 Mischel, Janel 132 Moore, Randy 132 Morton, Kenny 90,132 Nelson, Dove 132 Nemeyer, Jack 87,132 Newton, Melissa 28,39,.127,132 Nikirk, Fred 88,132 Nikirk, Rose 63,133 Noah, Doug '133 Nordgren, Mary 133 Nunn, Mic 28,133 Oberg, Diane 26,133 Oglesby, RoseMarie 133 Olson, Dick 37,88,133 1 Olson, Edward .133 Ooley, Dave 26,64,86,95,133 Clrtman, JoAnn 133 Ott, Doug 133 Ousterhout, Bob 133 Paris, Richard 133 Parson, Mike 88,133 Peckham, Larry 88,133 Peckham, ,Steve 94,97,133 Pepp ard, Jessie 28,40,44,127,1 3 Phelps, Mark 26,87,127,133 Phelps, Mary 63,133 Phillips, Robert 133 Powell, Theresa 63,133 Proctor, Marvin 133 Proctor, Mike 133 Rauscher, Nancy 133 Regier, Dean 90,133 Reichard, Sandy 133 Reif, Anne 134 Reynolds, Rusty 134 Rich ardson, Todd 26,40,64,88,1:11, 127,134 ' Richmond, Della 134 l Riegel, Nancy 134 Root, Eric 87,134 Ross, Dennis 134 Rupp, Jan 134 Sahnow, Charles 134 Sampson, Rick 64,134 Schmikelkofer, Brad 134 Schneider, Robert 134 Schroder, Michele 134 Schweida, Paul 134 Sharp, Kenneth 37,64,90,134 Shaw, Katherine 134 Selfridge, Peggy 134 Seeburger, Randy 134 Seastrom, Winnie 134 Scott, Lynn 52,134 Scott, Kenny 52,134 Sheelar, Carol 134 Shishido, Nathan 134 Shupp, Cecelia 134,114 Skinner, Debra 32,134 Skinner, Don 134 Smith, Becki 28,135 Smith, Ken 135 Smith, Nancy 28,135 Southard, Clifford 135 Stovin, Denise 135 Sullivan, Sheila 135 Tasker, Owen 135 Taylor, April 135 Thompson, Alan 135 Thrush, Lynn 135 Craig 64,88,135 Til son, Ti tmu s, Ali ce 63,135 Darcy 44,135 To sch, Tucker, Don 88,127,135 Tucker, Nmcy 44,46, 135 Patsy 42,46,135 Cl1arlene135 Tucker, Ulrich, Vaandering, Linda 135 Vandermark, Monie 135 Waibel, Robert 52,135 Weldon, Jerry 135 Wenzl, Frank 135 West, Roger 88,135 Willer, Debbie 135 Williams, Chester 90,135 Wilson, Tom 135 Wright, Sandra 135 Wyatt, Kay 135 Zurcher, Sherril 135 FRESHMEN Abbott, Kathy 118 Adamson, Bob 24,89,99,118 Alley, Janet 118 Anzoldi, Larry 118 Arellano, Terry 118 Asher, Catherine 46,118,121 Asher, Earl 118 Balch, Michael 119 Barbour, Lynn 119 Bartlett, Bruce 119 Bartlett, Terralyn 46,119 Batalgia, Nancie 119 Batchelder, Pat 119 Bateman, Charlotte 119 Bateman, Linda 119 Baughman, Gayle 119 Baughman, Susan 119 Bean, Lynnie119 Beaver, Suzie 119 Benson, Larry 24,89,9'-7,118,119 Berget, Monte 119 Berglund, Evelyn 119 Berovic, Fatima 119 Betanoourt, Charlie 119 Bible, Loretta 119 Bishop, David 64,119 Biskey, John 119 Bcnser, Ordine 46,119 Borst, Lonnie 119 Brobham, SI-iirlee119 Brewer, Pam 118,119 Brink, Jerry 119 Brist, Sandra119 Brown, Jack 119 Brown, Ted 119 Brunson, Corinne 119 Burnett, Richard 89,111,119 Cable, Ron 119 Cairns, Denise 119 Cedergreen, Jeff 89,947,119 Cheslock, Mary 119 Clayton, Pam 32,119 Coglietti, Mark 119 Connor, Jon 89,102,119 Conrad, Diane 24,46,119 Conrad, Patty 119 Coverstone, Ruthie 119 Crawford, Steven 119 Crippen, Mama 119 Davis, Richard 120 Devine, Andrea 120 Dillenburg, David 120 Donalson, Brad 120 Eaton, G Eddings, ary 64,89,120 Michael 120 Elkins, Mickey 120 Elley, Ruby 120 Evans, Susan 32,120 Fife, Wendy 120 Fritz, Chuck 89,120 Fritz, Doug 102,120 George, Judy 120 Gerdes, Stan 120 C-iimre, C arol 120 Girard, Tom 111,120 Goff, Scott 120 Gore, Jim 89,120 Gore, Luther 25,89,99, 118,120 Graves, Randy 120 Haller, Paul 102,111,120 Haney, lrene120 Harris, Louise 120 Havens, Casey 118,120 Haynes, James 120 Heikkila, Russ 120 Henshaw, Raymond 120 Hiatt, Francis 121 Hiodebraen, Kathleen 46,121 Hinton, Vema 121 Hoffman, Ho Hman, Allen 121 Don 121 Holloway, Kathy 121 Hostynek, Karen 121 Ha well, Colleen 121 Howell, Terry 121 Hundl ey, Tim 89,99,121 Hurinenko, Bob 121 Ireland, Ron 121 Jansen, Darwin 89,121 Jansen, Eileen 25,121 Jarrell, Deborah 121 J asno ch, Steven 89,99,121 Jensen, Carolyn 121 Jensen, Susan 121 Johnson, Debbie 121 Johnson, Lois 32,51,118,121 Johnson, Ralph 121 Johnson, Richard 121 Johnson, Nancy 121 Juncker, Sandi 114,118,121 Keller, Bob 89,121 Keller, Lenora 121 Kendall, Bill 122 Kent, Donna 122 Kinder, Perry 122 Knapp, John 102,122 Knoke, Velma 122 Korpi, Mike 122 Lambert, Stanley 89, 111,122 Langton, Mary 4O,114,118,122 Lee, Shirley 122 Lexcellent, Dominique 121,122 Lexcellent, Martine 121,122 Lines, Jean 122 Lohner, Doris 122 Long, Betty 122 Lowe, David 122 Lowry, David 122 Lukes, JoAnn 122 MacTaggart, Philomel 122 Mad ero s, Marh ach, Terri 122 Diana 122 Martinez, Jaime 122 Martinez, Jerry 122 Martinez, John 122 May, Fred 122 McClelland, Kcnclis 122 McClure, McLeod, Sally 46,123 Rick 123 McLoud, Jay 123 McLoud, Laura 46,123 McMeekin, Alex 123 McNicol, Bruce 123 McPherren, Maxine 123 McVay, Ron 89,123 Meade, Janice 123 Meeuwsen, Dennis 123 Mellbye, Mark 89,99,11B,123 Meyers, Dan 9O,110,111,123 Miller, Sharon 118,123 Monjay, Tom 123 Young, Bob 89,126 Morris, Larry 118,123 Yount, Merrilee 126 Murphy, David 123 Zook, Iris 126 Murphy, Doug 123 Murphy, Steve 123 Nelson, Pat 123 O'Dell, Jerry 123 Debbie 46,123 Olinger, Olson, Mike 89,123 O'Rear, Linda123 Otto, Neil 89,111,120,123 Parson, Doug 123,89 Paterson, Cliff 123 Loreli 124 Peckham, Peterson, Linda 124 Peterson, Joe 124 Potter, Dan 124 Pruitt, Jeanne 46,124 Pamirez, Janice 124 Pamirez, Patricia 124 Rauscher, Jackie 124 Redner, Marie 32,124 Reynolds, Debbie 114,124 Ritchie, Betsy 124 Robinson, Dave124 Rose, Del Rita 124 Rowley, Dana 46,124 Rupp, Floyd 90,111,124 Saucy, Dan 89,124 Saxe, Chris 89,99,26,124 Saxton, Dave124 Schaffner, Jerry 90,111,124 Schmidlkofer, Anne 124 Schmitt, Jim 89,124 Schroder, John 124 Scott, Greg 99,124 Seaman, Don 124 Selby, Steve 124 Sharp, Diann 32,124 Sheelar, Linda 32,124 Sherratt, Pam 32,124 Shideler, Susan 124 Shipley, Gary 124 Shirk, Carol 125 Siemon, Don 89,125 Simantel, Barbara 125 Slagel, Kathy 125 Smith, Trenna125 Snook, Ralph 64,125 Som fleth, Tom 125 Steele, Betty 125 Stevens, Dan 89,125 Stevens, Sandi 32,125 Sticka, Doug 99,125 Stovin, Garfield 125 Strain, Gordon 89,125 Taylor, Betty 125 Taylor, Cynthia 125 Teninty, Gloria 46,125 Testorff, Trudi 43,118,125 Thacker, Ken 125 Thomas, Kathy 125 Thompson, Larry 125 Tirmus, Jean 125 Tipton, Stanley 125 Tobey, Kathy 46,125 Trimble, Gail 89,125 Turk, Cindy 125 Urwin, Art 111 Vanaken, Gary 120,125 Vandehey, Bill 126 Vandehey, Dena 126 Vandervelden, Mike 126 Vanderzanden, Kerry 126 Van Dyk e, Jeanne 32,126 Van Hess, Lee 126 Van Loo, Dennis 126 Van Loo, Ross 126 D'Ann 126 Henry 126 Varner, Vaugh, Wagler, Laurie 126 Waibel, Dennis 89,126 Warren, Margo 126 Watenp augh, Mary 32,126 Wilson, Della 46,126 Wilson, Susie Z,46,126 Williams, Duane 126 Woebke, Terry 89,99,126 Wood, Steve 89,126 Worley, Bruce 111,126 Wyckoff, Gail 26,32,126 Yadcley, Lindo 126 4 :j?Kq S 1 :C43 1 , E504 ,, JQAA, QM? 2f3? 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