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Page 26 text:
Out of the eighty first graders-that started
their formal education at Crowfoot and Water-
loo Elementary schools, 34 of the 80 graduated
from the eighth grade on June 1, with the class
of 1970. The students who went through all
eight grades were: Leslie Allen, Debbie Argo, Lu-
cinda Bare, Dierdre Bates, Gay Bauman, Dan
Canavan, Janet Coddington, Kathy Coddington,
Janet Collings, Steve Collins, Glenda Davenport,
Frances DeCosta,,Arthur Eriksen, Madelyn Fitz-
iohn, Tim Fitzwater, Rod Fouts, Tim Greiner,
Gary Halvorson, Karen Hauck, Willie Hess, Karen
Kagee, Mike Long, Chris McAuliffe, Dan Pember-
ton, Rinae Perron, Rick Primasing, Terrisa Rich-
ard, Sheri Starr, Donnie Wagoner, Jennifer Wal-
ter, Nick Ward, Rodney Wells, Alan Wood, Deb-
bie Wright, Rick York.
Highlights of the first grade were: An Easter
party, Halloween party, grew beans in the class-
room, and the annual potluck dinner and ploy-
In the year 1963, seventy-four students ad-
vanced to the second grade, while many stu-
dents moved away to other areas of the great
U.S. Nine additional students enrolled with this
group and have continued ever since. They were:
DeWain Alexander, Patricia Fritz, Faith Harvey,
Terri Lien, Craig Lohner, Paralee Patterson, Neil
Purkerson, Mary Sue Sanders, and Tim Steele.
The most enioyable activities of this year
were: The Halloween, Christmas, and Valentine
parties, an Easter egg hunt, a visit to the Leba-
non Fire Station and Craig's Supermarket. The
annual playday and potluck dinner were also
memorable. Debbie Svenson and Karen l-lauck
were chosen as Jr. Strawberry Festival princesses
in the Spring of 1964.
In June 1964, the students were retired for
the summer, but again in September eighty stu-
dents enrolled for the third grade. The students
who ioined the group were: Mary Ellen Gillett,
Sharon Sobania, George Wetherell, Bill Wood-
worth, and Andy Wyatt.
Highlights of the year were: Halloween,
Thanksgiving, Christmas, Valentine, and Easter
parties and programs. The annual playday and
potluck dinner were also great.
At the beginning ofthe fourth grade in 1965,
ninety-five students were enrolled at Crowfoot
and Waterloo. New students who arrived dur-
ing the- summer were: Jeff Cummings, Gregg
Franks, and Kelley Minter.
The highlights of the year were Halloween,
Thanksgiving, Christmas, Valentine and Easter
parties, a visit to Horner Museum, a potluck din-
ner and playday.
When the fifth year of our education rolled
around, five new students ioined the merry
group. .They were: Carol Argast, Dennis Denver,
Pam Foster, Jerry Kellogg, and Theresa Schmidt.
Activities of the year were: Halloween, Christ-
mas, Valentine, and Easter parties, and a play
entitled "Christmas in Oz-Land". Other high-
lights were: A visit to Champoeg and to the
state capitol of Oregon.
When 1967 came around, the students iour-
neyed to the great big-BIG-school of Seven Oak.
Seven new students ioined the group, keeping
the enrollment at 95. They were: Dan Austad,
Kathy Hayden, Donald Heath, John Hessevick,
Gregg Roberts, Julie Scheele and Dana Zipse.
The more memorable activities of this year
were: A Christmas party and two skating parties,
a party for Mrs. Bellinger, swimming lessons at
the high school, and a visit to the tree farm and
paper mill. Other activities included playday
and a picnic out by the famed "7-Oak tree".
The band marched in several parades.
ln 1968, the class started out with 101 stu-
dents. The eight new ones who enrolled were:
Bob Armstrong, Kim Ginther, Sandie Mankin,
Cory Metcalf, Mark Russell, Roxanne Shimmin,
Gay Smith, and Tim Standley.
Some of the highlights of the year were a
skating party, a French dinner, a band contest
in Dallas, and concerts by both Band and Chor-
us. Other activities found the band marching in
various parades. Then there was the Jr. High
School Jamboree, the Jr. Olympic track meet,
and the first year of tackle football for the boys.
A highlight trip was to the University of Oregon
At last the glorious reign as eighth graders
arrived with a class of 92 being enrolled. Many
new students took the places of those who left
during the summer. They were: Adeana Ammon,
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Rick Carlson, Jay Chestnut, Buddy Dirks, Caro-
lyn Ford, Mark Lady, Mike MacDonald, Dennis
Middleton, Robbie Newbigging, Phillip Reeves,
Gina Tennant, and Jack Willems.
Many activities have highlighted this year.
Among the visits were: A trip to OMSI, the Ore-
gon State Radiation Center, the T.B. Awards
Banquet at Albany, a tour through the High
School, the O.S.U. Football game, career field
trips, May Day at the High School, and Benton
l The parties of the year included Halloween
and Valentine's Day, a birthday party for Mrs.
Shaw, and going away parties for Jim Jensvold,
A.S.B.P., Sherry Kagee lcheerleaderl, and Jenni-
fer Roberts. The Crowfoot Flash won state and
national school press awards and a cash award
for receiving both honors. The Journalism class
gave the library a stand, plaque, and eagle
trimmings for the flag. The flag was donated
by U.S. Representative Al Ullman and Master
Sergeant Donald R. Shaw.
This is the year Seven Oak beat Lebanon Jr.
High in most sports events lfirst time in historyl.
Other enioyable activities were the Band and
Choral concerts, Band marching in the Straw-
berry Festival, Fat Lamb Parade, and Rose Pa-
rade. The Dixieland Band and Select Chorus en-
tertained at various places. Another bigfeat of
the year was that the basketball team beat the
faculty for the first time in history.
School personnel who have guided this class
through the great halls of learning were:
Superintendent: Keith G. Hanen
Principals: Richard Farrington, Mrs. Leon Fuller,
Jackson Link, Charles Shearer.
First Grade Teachers: Elizabeth Cowden, Joyce
Dart, Dorothy Kenyon, Elnora Swanson.
Second Grade: Elizabeth Cowden, Joyce Dart,
Billie Denver, Dorothy Kenyon.
Third Grade: Bernice Blume, Helen Clem, Mar-
garet Sorahan, Adalee Winters.
Fourth Grade: Geraldine Chapman, Billie Den-
ver, Anita Surmon, Norma Willard.
Fifth Grade: Bob Burt, Richard Farrington, JoAnn
Moorhead, Norma Willard.
Sixth Grade: Helen Bellinger, Tom Campbell,
Robert O'Neal, JoAnn Williams.
Seventh and Eighth Grades: Lynden Brown, John
Cantrall, Henry Dahlberg, Grant Kremers,
Jerry May, Bertha Shaw, Larry Swanson,
Emma Walton, Kenneth Warren, Larry Wis-
Librarians: Juno Haggart and Edith Wilson.
Library Aides: Sharon Campbell, Patricia
Fritz, Joyce Lawler.
Music Teachers: Robert Gawley, Raymond Hen-
dricks, Diana Karabut, Melvin Knight, Don-
Special Education Teacher: Kenneth Miller.
Audio Visual: Henry Chambers, Ernie Ediger.
Secretaries. Mrs. Sheri Fallingstad, Mrs. Pat Hen-
dricks, Mrs. Phyllis Moore, Mrs. Margaret Nu-
gent, Mrs. Ardyce Nylund, Mrs. Judy Prim-
asing, Mrs. Carolyn Stagemyer, Mrs. Helen
Custodians: Alfred Anderson, Alice Branton, Art
Correll, Ralph Fetterly, Beulah Modderman,
Vliff Price. g
Bus Drivers: Marie Argo, Libby Childs, Ruth Cod-
dington, Mary Jo Dargis, , Selma Kinzer,
Charles McConnel, Jeanine McConnel, Beulah
Modderman, Peggy Silhavy.
Crowfoot Flash and Annual Advisor: Bertha
Basketball: Tom Campbell, John Cantrall, Lar-
ry Swanson, Robert O'Neal.
Baseball:'Grant Kremers, Bruce Moorhead.
Football: John Cantrall, Larry Wishart.
Track: Milton Gregory, Kenneth Warren, Pat-
Wrestling: Grant Kremers,' Larry Wishart.
Four score and seven years ago lseems likel
our fathers proceeded to build a great pathway
for learning before we were to parade on to
high school. We are dedicated to the proposi-
tion that all eighth graders are created above
We have been engaged in a great struggle,
testing whether our teachers or any teachers so
dedicated, can long endure. We have traveled
together on the great highway of learning. We
have come to dedicate a portion of our posses-
sions as final momentoes to those lowly seventh
graders who so well have worshipped us this
year. It is altogether fitting and proper that we
do this. The brave eighth graders, here and
there, lincluding Jim Jensvold, A.S.B.P., and
Sherry Kagee, Yell Leaderl, have consecrated our
great castle of learning. The world will llittle re-
member what the seventh graders will try to do
here, but it can never forget what we mighty
eighth.graders have done. Therefore, we, the
proud and trustworthy eighth graders, hereby
bequeath some of our most cherished remem-
brances to the underclassmen, the seventh
I, Jennifer Walter, being of sound mind, body
and everything else, will my coveted position as
the only girl member of the Dixieland Band to
Melanie Gardner, hoping she can stand the many
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