The Dalles Wahtonka High School - Steelhead Yearbook (The Dalles, OR)

 - Class of 1967

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X H X55 K '2 Q 2 table of contents introduction ............... .. seniors .................. .. faculty .................., . underclossmen ......... . organizations ..... .. student life .......... .. ods ................... ....... index .....,..... ....... student leaders ....... .. 4 sfudenf leaders "Hs My Second semester ASB President, Gary Foster, pursues his campaign to clean up the campus. usb officers First semester ASB President, Jim Bailey, shows off his slightly-smudged locker one. ' J . , . semester ASB Vice President, Jody Hotka, IS not much done in the library. 'ss Second semester ASB Vice President, A1 Lafrenz, starts out on a ski trip. First semester ASB Secretary, Vicki Smith, is puzzling over a lost stitch. Second semester ASB Secretary, Suzanne Heisler, runs off the minutes of the last student council meeting. I9 ASB Chaplain, Diana Hannifan, finds her favorite passage in the ASB Bible. ASB Yell Captain, Linda. Johnson, leads another rousing yell. f-L ASB Treasurer, Maja Allen, goes about her daily business in the ASB bank. First semester Student Optimist, Gary Foster, acts as camera- man as Mike Lowe, second semester Student Optimist, re- hearses a speech. Mike Penners, Jim Schlager and Jim Bailey, Student Kiwanians, reluctantly ride the rail for this ridiculous picture. R VJ f First and second semester Student Lions, Jim- Bailey and Gary Foster, scout out another Lions meeting. sfudenf council Francine Adam Susan Arestad Coleen Brady Mary Jo Byrne Mike Byme Eric Davenport I ,.. .-A Vi 'MVK I L , -f '-'2 1 an ' 3 L pl neg y J' My no eeee M e,'1 ,V V we gm ,Q 4 .3 4125+ .lim Dick DiAI1IlC Fentress Jeannette Griswold Yvonne Hartuipg, ff m Headings JoAn Henricks z ff- A . ,G 7 K .'.. , ' v- , , l W- V Jody Hotka Margaret Hoffman Dan Kelly Louis Kerege Lee Lacey John LaVeille Dave Lipson 'K 1 g,: k'.m Marta Lipson Mike Lowe Wendy Palmer Geoff Rice Lynette Roberts Theresa Schallhom Kathy Simpson Vicki Smith Cindy Stinson Barbara Telfer Susan Temple Pat Thorton 22 J' Cindy Stinson, Steelhead editor, and Diana Hanifan, Tillicrum editor, com- pare notes. Gene Eberhardt and Chris Todd, Boys' and Girls' Leagues presi- dents, pause in front of the new library. NWA Joan Henricks, Honor Society president, studies for an exam to remain the number one honor student in the Senior class. 23 xMsvm.fz,:f, , ,, . ,WLM QM W, q . olmighfy seniors X Robert Earl Abshire Mfifix T73 J Francine Joy Adams Joseph John Adams , P! V Maja Shelley Allen Susan Khrista Anderson Lyla Maureen Anderson Michael Guy Anderson l Susan Kay Arestad Robert Miles Athanas 26 W I J ff H Katherine Carolyn Bailey James Edward Bailey Carol Jean Ballinger I DOLlgl3S B3l'lSCl'1 Beverly Sarah Beck James Scott Beer John Steven Beck Marsha Lou Bible Kenneth Lester Biede Betty Ann Blair John Louis Berki Carol Anne Bolton David Joseph Bonn Robert Moffet Borg Cathy JoAnne Blakely fi J Sha!'YU Kal' BOUOH1 Marilyn Dorothy Bradford Carlyle Brock l David Walter Brock Rebecca Brower Dalene J'-me Brown Steven Ernest Brown Treva Jaye Bussey JN Colin Call Michael Walter Cates zar 1 William Hugh Clayson John Chan Norma Jane Cimmiyotti Paul Arthur Clark Steve Ernest Cousineau James Willett Craig Eunice Kay Cohoon vi , UV! Steven Gary Cumiford Randy Stanley Cummings Ng, ' " JoAnne Culpepper Richard James Cyphers Rena Leora Davenport Cheri Jo Davis Susan Mary Davis James Kenneth Day Pamela Lou Daly Trudy Ann Doolittle Douglas Duane Douthit X 1 Brian Donald Dumont Eugene LaVerne Eberhardt Gary Douglas Fisk Evelyn Anne Ericksen Vicki Ann Faught ' P 'X ll if' .lean Clare GRIHPO Scott Harrison Geyer l John Lewis Fowler Patrick Gregory Gallagher, Jr Luther W. Goin Valerie Kaye Graham Janet Diane Goget 31 Patsy Irene Gray Jeannette Lois Griswold Gary Eldon Guischer ' f his Sheri Ann Gustafson Christy Dianne Harmon Diana Jean Hannifan Walter Harrington Yvonne Carol Hartung Judy Lynn Harwood 32 Joy Darlyne Hattenhauer Karen Delight Hawkins Lois Arm Hawthorne Suzanne Heisler .Ioan Elizabeth Henricks Gary Lee Hemian Peggy Dee Hickman Wadonna Lynn Hodges Margaret Louise Hoffman Sharon Lee Hutain Vern Ray Hicks Elizabeth Anne Jennings Vicki Lynn Johanson Linda Hattie johnson Kay Anderson Irish Gwendolyn Marie Jolly Barbara Ann Jones Marjorie Brook Kaser Dale Ansell Keeney Brian Wilbur Kelly John Vincent Kelly Thomas Raymond Kelly Louis Joseph Kerege Robert Lee Keys Lesley Elaine Kilgore Robert Lee Krein Rita Diane Kinnear Mary Martha Kumar Elaine Kay Kniesteadt Linda Lorraine Lange Rosanna Marie Larsen Alvan William Lafrenz John Edward LaVeillc Peggy Diane Lemuel Christine Rene Lash Dennis Jay Lewis Lynn Russell Lillard Richard Lovell Michael Ray Lowe Patricia Lynette Lindner Robert Alton McConnell John Tyler McGaughey Garry Lee McGough GHYIC RHYC MCG0USl'1 Connie Layne McFadden Robert Layton Macy Marlane Elizabeth McLaughlin Gloria Jeannine McNutt Glen Howard Matney Carol Lea. Matteson Cynthia Dawn Martin Martin Jay Matherly X .1 Patricia Ann Melum Gregory Arthur Miller Daniel Clifford Mauser fn J' rl 1 " 7 L: 51,77 142914 14 Richard Lee Miller Jon William Mitchell Dennis Allen Morgan - ' fp! nz g s 2k 6 K,7A,,,. L" ff"eSr-:H aff :Q 2, ",1., '2 f- f ,.,. , x -' f wg .ff , . -ff v' A 'K 4 -mg A ,f.,3,,,,Y?f'f,2r,, , F ' 1- 12" 'i ' ' 5 ' 12 ,, f.i,.1:5'- if . V, ,:.. l,,, V H .,i,. Uv ,. s , 1 Vicki Lynn Morgan Allan Ray Morrison Gloria Ann Moore Carol Ann Moffat Javon Toddi Monahan Sharon Marie Morinville Myron Glenn Morrell William Roy Mowrey Clarence Ash Mulkins Jeanne Dxane Oades :lk Demse Chnstme Opltz QMQ Harold Edward Newson Stephwnxe Ann O Meara Laddaporn Ngao Thamsarn Mxchael Paul Penners Otto Andreas Petersen Jr Claus Karl Plehl Charles Dallas Noel J ohn Robert Ollver James Lee Page .T ' . ' ' Diane Marie O'Neal f le l X -7 , Brian Scott Pincock Janet Marie Powell James Walter Prater Kerry Worth Quint William Martin Ralph Jerry Eugene Ramsey X David Andrewtmed Dorothy Anne Reese Alan Wayne Reineccius 40 Janet Louise Remington Larry Cletis Richey Lynette Marie Roberts Raymond Coulby Robinson Dean Gavin Roderick Victoria Lynne Rone Sylvia Lynn Roome Karen Ruth Ropp Roth James Foy Routh i 71 1? X, ,bnE?1,,f- xy, Peggy Lee Rowland Ellen Ryssdal Terry Clint Sanderson Barbara Jean Sandvol James Wilson Schlager Theresa Marie Schallhorn Betty Jeannette Schunke Steven Mark Sellberg Thelma Faye Sims Brian Lee Scholtes Juanita Jean Shaw Mike E. Simpson Timothy Louis Sipe Donald Gene Slusher Victoria Lee Smith Douglas Clifford Smith Cynthia Louise Stinson Douglas Jerome Stroh Elizabeth Marie Tallman Linda Carolyn Teeter Jacqueline Sue Spencer Linda Ann Smitlf . ,737 lg ':'Y1QiZiL'- 3. A " L , Y , K ,M 'Y' 5,515 :ill L Sf . 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'Lf 1-. flag V ,' " T fwf, John Raymond Stickney Bill Strahm 43 Jamie Leigh Tenneson David Lynn Thompson Linda Karlene Thomsen W f Patrick Clifford Thorton David Lester Thouvenel -Y "EW2,fiR-r'gsZbQ'Q'2?55'fufFL"'S' A '1Swfl1?sZ 4 ' dfp.3.'f11f1r?f , . , ' 1 , L .rw Q , S, 1 ws' Christine Todd Brian Douglas Tom Leo Donald Trautman James Rex Turnbull 44 Sharon Rae Walters janet Sharilee Watkins Brenda Katherine Webber Lawrence Andrew West Mary ,Io Willcox Donald Lee Williams Randy Raymond Wilson William Edward Woods David Eugene Young Stephen Marshall Dugan Candace Robin Figgat Norman Anthony Gayhart Robert Williams Samuel Harrison Woolsey Barbara Susan Adkins 45 eww Murriel Amy Farrar Inger Malene Glenjen Stephen Scott Smith Joyce Isabel Sorensen 45, I The Senior class makes every effort to out do all other classes for Homecoming hall decorations. fl If 1 1 Vicki Faught sympathizes with Gene Eberhardt on Sen1or shots day 2 Seniors all group together at the Na- tional Honor Society tea. 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ADAMS - Student Council 2, 3, 4, Class Representative 2, 3, Band 2, 3, Secretary 2, Boas. ters 3, 4, Vice.President 4, Girls' League Council 4, Committee Chairman 4, Ushers 3, 4, President 4, No- vember Girl of the Month, Carnival! 4. JOSEPH JOHN ADAMS - J. V. Football 2, Varsity Baseball 3, 4, J. V. Baseball 2, Choir 2, 3, 4, President 4, Ensemble 2, 3, 4, President 4, F. F. A. 2, Latin Club 3, All State Choir, Music in May 4. BARBARA SUSAN ADKINS - Class Representative 2, Choir 4, F. H. A. 3. STU ADKINS - MAJA S. ALLEN - A. S. B. Treasurer 4, Student Coun- cil 4, Bank, Boosters 3, 4, Senior Majorette, Choir 4, REC' Council 2. LYLA MAUREEN ANDERSON - F. H. A. 2, 4, F. N. A. 2, National Thespians 2. MICHAEL G. ANDERSON - SUSAN KHRISTA ANDERSON - SUSAN KAY ARESTAD - Student Council 3, 4, Class Representative 3, 4, Tennis Team 2, 3, 4, F. H. A. 3, 4, G. A. A. 2, 3, 4, President 3, National Honor Society 4, Ushers 2, 3, 4, Top Ten Percent 4. RCZBERT M. ATHANAS - J. V. Baseball 2, F. F. A. , . CAROLYN BAILEY - Band 2, 3, 4, Wardrobe Mis- tress 3, 4, F. H. A. 4, Latin Club 2, National Honor Society 3, 4. JAMES E. BAILEY - A. S. B. President 4, Student Kiwanian 4, Student Lion 4, Student Council 2, 3, 4, Class President 2, 3. 4, Varsity Football 2, 3, 4, Varsity Basketball 4, J. V. Basketball 2, 3, Varsity Baseball 3, 4, J. V. Baseball 2, Choir 3, 4, "D" Club 2, 3, 4, Ensem- ble 3, 4, Prom Chairman 3, Harvard Award 3, Football All League Defensive Back 4, Wilco League Scholar Athlete 4, Carnival! 4. February Boy of the Month. KENNETH RAY BAILEY - CAROL JEAN BALLINGER - Boosters 3, 4, F, H. A. 4, Latin Club 2, 3, 4, Consul 4, National Honor Society 3, 4, Top Ten Percent 4. DOUGLAS BANSCH - Varsity Basketball 4: J. V. Basketball 2, 3, Varsity Baseball 3, 4, J. V. Baseball 2, Cross Country, "D" Club 3, 4, May Boy of the Month. BEVERLY SARAH BECK - JOHN BECK - Tennis Team 2, F. F. A. 2, 3. SCOTT BEER - Varsity Baseball 3, V. Baseball 2, "D" Club 3, 4. JOHN BERKI - J. V. Football 2, Varsity Basketball 3, 4, J. V. Basketball 2, Track 4, Boys' League Council 4. Sergeant-at-Arms, "D" Club 3, 4, March Boy of the Month. MARSHA BIBLE - Transfer KEN L. BIEDE - Track 2, 3, 4, Cross Country 3, 4, Band 2, 3, "D" Club 2, 3, 4. BETTY ANN BLAIR EVERETT ELLIS BLAIR - CATHY BLAKELY - Choir 3, 4, F. N. A. 2, 3, Na- tional Thespians 2, 4, Treasurer 2, Speech Squad 4, Ush- ers 2, 3, 4, You Can't Take It With You 4, Carnival! 4. CAROL BOLTON - Bank 4. DAVE BONN -- Varsity Football 3, 4, V. Football 2, Track 2, 3, 4, "D" Club 3, 4. ROBERT MOFFET BORG - SHARYN KAY BOTTOM - Student Council 4, Boos- ters 3, 4, Choir 2, 3, 4, Vice President 4, Ensemble 3, 4, F. H. A. 4, Girls' League Council 4, Vice President 4, Prom Chairman 3, Ushers 3, 4, Sweetheart Princess 4, Booster Detail Officer 4, Carnival! 4. SHARON BRACE - MARILYN DOROTHY BRADFORD -- CARLYLE PATRICK BROCK - Varsity Football 3, J. V. Football 2, J. V. Wrestling 2, Track 2, 3, Cross Country 2. DAVID WALTER BROCK - REBECCA BROWER - Band 2, 3, 4, Secretary 4: Boosters 3, 4, Color Sergeant 4, REC Council 3, 4, Vice President 4. DALENE JUNE BROWN - STEVE BROWN - Class Representative 2, Varsity Wrestling Manager 2, "D" Club 2, 3, 4. TREVA JAYE BUSSEY - Tennis Team 4, Choir 4. COLIN M CALL - "D" Club 2, 3, 4, Varsity Wrest- ling 2, REC Council 2, 3, Ski Club 4. MIKE W. CATES - Choir 3, 4, Ensemble 3, 4. JOHN M. CHAN - Class Representative 3, Track 4. LAURA FRAME CHURCHILL - NORMA JANE CIMMIYOTTI - Class Representa- tive 4, Boosters 3, 4, Treasurer 3, G. A. A. 2, Sweetheart Princess. LARRY STEVEN CLAGGETT - 48 PAUL A. CLARK - Gymnastics' Team 4. WILLIAM H. CLAYSON - EUNICE KAY COHOON - Boosters 3, 4, F. N. A. 2, Latin Club 4, National Honor Society 3, 4. DALE MERLIN CONNER - STEVE ERNEST COUSINEAU - JAMES WILLETT CRAIG - Track 2, REC Council 4, Ski Club 2, 3, 4, Ski Team 4. JO ANNE CULPEPPER - A. S. B. Chaplain 3, Class Representative 3, Boosters 3, 4, Choir 4, F. H. A. 3, 4, Treasurer, Girls' League Council 3, 4, Committee Chair- man 3, 4, National Honor Society 3, 4, Ski Club 3, 4, Dance Sergeant 4, Top Ten Percent 4. RANDY STANLEY CUMMINGS - 4 GARY STEVE CUMIFORD - RICHARD JAMES CYPHERS W Varsity Football 2, J. V. Baseball 2. PAMELA LOU DALY - Steelhead 4, Transfer. RENA DAVENPORT - CHERI JO DAVIS - Choir 2, 3, 4, Ensemble 2, 3, 4, National Honor Society 3, 4, National Thespians 3, 4, Vice President 4, Top Ten Percent 4. CLARK DUANE DAVIS - STARLA J. DAVIS -- SUSAN MARY DAVIS - Class Secretary 2, Class Representative, Tennis Team 2, 3, 4, Band 2, Boosters 3, 4, Quartermaster 4, Choir 2, "D" Club 2, 3, 4, F. H. A. 2, F. N. A. 2, 3, G. A. A. 2, 3, 4, Rally Squad 2, Ski Club 2, 3, 4, Powder Puff Captain 4. JAMES KENNETH DAY - Class Representative 2, Cross Country 2, F. T. A. 3, Treasurer 3, REC Council 2, 3, 4, Vice President 4, Gymnastics Team 2, 3. TRUDY ANN DOOLITTLE - International Relations 4, Vice President 4, Latin Club 2, National Honor So- ciety 3, 4, National Thespians 2, 3, Steelhead 4, Top Ten Percent 4. DOUGLAS DUANE DOUTHIT - STEPHEN DUGAN - J. V. Wrestling 3. BRIAN DONALD DUMONT - Cross Country 2, 3, 4, Golf Team 3, 4, National Honor Society 4. DALE A. DURFEE - Varsity Football 3, 4, J. V. Foot- ball 2, Varsity Basketball 4, J. V. Basketball 2, 3, J. V. Baseball 2. EUGENE LAVERNE EBERHARDT - Student Lion 4, Student 3, Varsity Football 3, 4, Manager 2, Varsity Basketball 3, 4, Captain 4, Varsity Baseball 3, 4, Man- ager 2g Boys' League Council 3, 4, President 4, Vice President 3, "D" Club 2, 3, 4, September Boy of the Month, King of Hearts, Boy of the Year, 4. EVELYN ANNE ERICKSEN - Band 2, 3. 4, Treasurer 3, 4, Wardrobe Mistress 2, 3, 4, Choir 4, Girls' League Council 3, 4, Committee Chairman 3, 4, National Honor Society 3, 4, Pep Band 2, 3, 4, Girls' Track Team 2, String Ensemble 4, Wilco League Honor Band 3, 4, Music in May Festival 4, Carnival! 4, Top Ten Percent 4. MURIAL AMY FARRAR - Ski Club 4, Transfer. VICKI FAUGHT - Student Council 2, Class Vice President 4, Class Representative 2: Band 2, Twirler 2, F. H. A. 2, 3. 4, Girls State 3, National Honor Society 4, Prom Chairman, Rally Squad 3. 4: Usher 2, 3, 4: February Girl of the Month, F. F. A. Sweetheart, Top Ten Percent 4. KANDY R. FIGGAT - GARY DOUGLAS FISK - PAT FITZGERALD - National Thespians 2, 3, 4, Vice President 3, Representative 2. MICHAEL LARRY FOSSUM - GARY FOSTER - A. S. B. President 4: A. S. B. Vice President 3: Student Lion 4, Student Council 2, 3, 4, J. V. Wrestling 2: Boys' League Council 3, Boys' State 3, Tillicum 3. 4: Student Optimist, Speech Squad 3, 4, Powder Puff Basketball Cheerleader: Irtnog, Iconoclast, Carnival! 4. December Boy of The Month, Class Repre- sentative 2, 4. JOHN LEWIS FOWLER - F. F. A. 2, 3. BARRY JOHN FRIZZELL - Band 2, 3, 4, President 4, Pep Band 2, 3, 4, Dance Band 4. PATRICK GREGORY GALLAGHER - Varsity Foot- ball 2, Tennis 2. JEAN CLARE GALLIPO - Latin Club 3, 4, Scriptor 4, Safety Club 3, An Afternoon With Aesop 4, Carnival! 4. TONY GAYHART - Transfer. SCOTT GAYER - INGER MALENE GLENJEN - Transfer. JANET DIANE GOGER - LUTHER GOIN - Track 2, 3, 4, Cross Country 2, 3, 4, "D" Club 2, 3, 4. VALERIE KAYE GRAHAM - F. F. A. 2, 3, 4. DENNIS WAYNE GRAY -- PATSY IRENE GRAY - JEANNETTE LOIS GRISWOLD - F. N. A. 2, G. A, A. 2, 3, International Relations 4, National Hon Society 3, 4. GARY GU1scH1-:R - J. V. Basketball 2, J. V. B ball 2, Track 3, Choir 3, Ski Club 3, 4. SHERI ANN GUSTAFSON - Band 2, 3, 4, Steelhe 4, Powder Puff Basketball 3. DIANA JEAN HANNIFAN - A. S. B. Chaplain Boosters 3, 4, F. T. A. 2, National Honor Society Quill and Scroll 4, Tillicum 3, 4, Editor 4, Powder P Basketball, Top Ten Percent 4. CHRISTY DIANNE HARMON - F. H. A. 4, Natio al Thespians 2, 4, Carnival! 4. WALTER A. HARRINGTON - National Thespians 3, 4, President 4, Treasurer 3, Representative 2, Y Can't Take It With You 4, An Afternoon With Aesop Carnival! 4. YVONNE CAROL HARTUNG - Student Council Choir 4, Ensemble 4, Safety Club 4, Representative JUDY LYNN HARWOOD - F. B. L. A. 2, F. H. 2, 4, G. A. A. 2, Girls' League Council 4, Big and Lit Sister Chairman 4. JOY DARLYNE HATTENHAUER - Class Vi President 2, 3, Boosters 3, 4, Twirler Sergeant, F. H. 4, Girls' League Council 3, 4, Vice President, Committ Chairman 4, Girls' State 3, Homecoming Princess Latin Club 2, National Honor Society 3, 4, Vice Pre dent, Ushers 2, 3, 4, Representative 4, Top Ten Perce 4. KAREN DELIGHT HAWKINS - Choir 4, Ensem 4, F. H. A. 3, 4, F. N. A. 2, 3, 4, Girls' League Coun 4, Big and Little Sister Chairman 4, Quill and Scroll Steelhead 3, 4, Irtnog. LOIS HAWTHORNE - SUZANNE HEISLER - A. S. B. Secretary 4, Stude Council 3, 4, Class Representative 3, 4, Boosters 3, F.H.A. 2, 4, Parliarnentarian 4, G.A.A. 2, 4, Gir League Council 4, Committee Chairman 4, Natio Honor Society 3, 4, Secretary 4, Ski Club 4, April G of The Month, Salutatorian 4, Top Ten Percent 4. JOAN ELIZABETH HENRICKS - Class Represen tive 4, Boosters 3, 4, Treasurer 4, Committee Chaixrn 4, Latin Club 2, 3, 4, Council 3, National Honor Soci 3, 4, President 4, Valedictorian 4, Top Ten Percent National Merit Scholar 4, Betty Crocker Homemaker Tomorrow Award 4, Irtnog Staff 3. GARY LEE HERMAN - PEGGY DEE HICKMAN - Boosters 3, F. H. A. 2, 3, Steelhead 4. VERN RAY HICKS - Choir 3, 4, Ensemble 3, 4, P Band 2, 3, 4. WADONNA LYNNE HODGES - Student Council Choir 3, 4, Ensemble 4, F.N. A. 2, G.A.A. 2. MARGARET LOUISE HOFFMAN - Student Coun 3, 4, International Relations 3, 4, President 4, Treasur 3, 4, National Honor Society 3, 4, Top Ten Percent National Merit Scholarship Finalist 4, Irtnog 3, U. N. U. S. A. State Award. JUDY HOLBROOK - Transfer. SHARON LEE HUTAIN - F. H. A. 2, G. A.A. 2. I KAY ANDERSON IRISH - ELIZABETH ANNE JENNINGS - Boosters, 3, r Drum Sergeant 4, F. H. A. 3, 4, National Honor Socie' 4, Ski Club 4, Carnivallg Tillicum 4, Gymnastics 2, Ton Ten Percent 4. VICKI LYNN JOHANSON - , LINDA HATTIE JOHNSON - A. S.B. Yell Capta 4, Class Vice President 3, Class Representative F.H.A. 4, G.A.A. 2, Girls' League Council 4, Co mittee Chairman 4, Quill and Scroll 4, Rally Squ 2, 3, 4, REC Council 3, 4, Secretary 3, Steelhead 3, , Ushers 2, 3, 4, January Girl of The Month. l GWEN MARIE JOLLY - Latin Club 4, Gymnastics - BARBARA ANN JONES - Boosters 3, 4, F.N.A. 1 Treasurer 3, Steelhead 4, Powder Puff 3, 4. BROOK KASER - Student Council 2, 3, 4, Class Reg resentative 2, 3, 4, Boosters 3, 4, G. A. A. 2, 3, 4, Vi President 3, Head of Sports 3, National Honor Sociei 4, Top Ten Percent 4, Powder Puff 2, 3, 4, Powdi Puff Captain 2, 4. DALE ANSELL KEENEY - Band 2, 3, 4, Vice Prei dent 4, Pep Band 2, 3, 4, Student Director, Chosen f Music in May Festival 4, Dance Band 4. BRIAN W. KELLY -- Varsity Football 3, 4, Track 1 4, National Honor Society 3, 4, Ski Club 3, 4, Presidei 3. JOHN VINCENT KELLY - Student Council 4, Cla President 4, Varsity Football 4, J . V. Football 2, 3, Nc vember Boy of the Month. THOMAS RAYMOND KELLY - Varsity Football 3, 4 J. V. Football 2, Golf Team 2, 3, 4, Ski Club 2, 3, 1 President 4, Tillicum 4. ,J 1 DUIS J. KEREGE -- Class Representative 43 Latin ub 2, 3, Pro Council 33 National Honor Society 3, 4, asurer 43 Ski Club 2, 3, Representative 33 Top Ten cent3 Class of the Year Committee 43 Top Ten Per- ! 4. B LEE KEYS - Track 2, 3, 43 Cross Country 2, 3, "D" Club 2, 3, 43 F.F. A. 2, 33 Steelhead 4. SLEY ELAINE KILGORE - Choir 33 Eensemble G.A.A. 2. YLIN KING - Band 43 Transfer. TA DIANE KINNEAR - ARY MARTHA KLINDT - F. H. A. 2, 3, 43 F. N. A. 33 F. H. A. District Secretary. JAINE KAY KNIESTEADT - Boosters 33 F. B. L. A. Latin Club 23 National Honor Society 3, 4. BERT LEE KREIN - Student Kiwanian 43 Stu- t Council 43 Varsity Football 3, 4: J. V. Football nager 23 V. Basketball Manager 23 Varsity Base- l 2, 3, 43 Boys' League Council 43 Sergeant-at-Arms 43 " Club 2, 3, 4, President 4, Representative 43 F. F. A. January Boy of the Month. -VAN WILLIAM LAFRENZ - A. S. B. Vice Presi- Ext 43 Track 23 REC Council 23 Ski Club 2, 3, 4. NDA LORRAINE LANGE - F. H. A. 2. 33 F. N. A. 3, 43 Girls' League Council 23 REC Council 2. bSANNA LARSEN - Tennis Team 2, 33 Choir 4: N.A. 43 G.A.A. 23 Ski Club 3. RISTINE RENE LASH - F.N.A. 2, 3, 4, Presi- t 4, Secretary. HN EDWARD LA VEILLE - Student Council 43 ss Representative 33 Boys' State 33 Latin Club 3, tPro Consul 43 National Honor Society 43 National pespians 4: Prom Chairman 3: Quill and Scroll 4: Ski ub 23 Tillicum 3, 43 A. S. B. Christmas Formal Chair- n 4. GGY DIANE LEMUEL - G. A. A. 2. NNIS JAY LEWIS - NN RUSSELL LILLARD - J.V. Wrestling 23 ack 2, 33 Cross Country 2, 33 F. F. A. 2. TRICIA LYNETTE LINDNER - Student Council Class Representative 23 Boosters 3, 43 F.H. A. 2, 3, G. A. A. 23 Girls' League Council 3, 4, Committee airman 3, 43 Latin Club 3, 43 Quill and Scroll 43 elhead 3, 4, Business Manager 43 Ushers 2, 3, 43 mival! 4. CHARD H. LOVELL - Safety Club 2. ICHAEL RAY LOWE - Student Council 43 Boys' ate 3: National Honor Society 3. 4. Representative3 i Club 2, 3, 43 Ski Team 43 Top Ten Percent 43 Chem- ry Award 33 Carnival! 4. B ALTON MC CONNELL - REC Council 3, 4. NNIE LAYNE MC FADDEN - Tillicum 4. HN T. MC GAUGHEY - Class Representative 33 'arsity Football 3. 4: Varsitv Wrestling 3, 4. CaDtain 4: rack 3, 4: "D" Club 3. 4: F. F. A. 2, 3, 4, President 43 '. P. Scholarship 43 A. S. B. Parliamentariart. ARRY LEE MC GOUGH -- Track 2. ' YLE RAYE MC GOUGH - ARLANE ELIZABETH MC LAUGHLIN - LORIA JEANNINE MC NUTT - Choir 3, 4. NTHIA DAWN MARTIN - Boosters 3. ARTIN J. MATHERLY - Varsity Football 43 Varsity lrestling 3, 43 J.V. Wrestling 23 Cross Country 23 "D" lub 43 Tillicum 4. LEN H. MATNEY - AROL LEA MATTESON - Class Representative 3. 'AN CLIFFORD MAUSER - F. F. A. 2, 3, 4, Vice :resident 4, Sentinel 3. ATRICIA ANN MELUM - Choir 43 F. H. A. 43 Na- onal Honor Society 43 Queen of Hearts 33 Top Ten ercent 4. LREGORY ARTHUR MILLER - Varsity Wrestling 3 J.V. Wrestling 33 Cross Country 23 Choir 43 En- mble 4. EICHARD LEE MILLER - ON B. MITCHELL - Golf Team 2, 33 Ski Club 2, , 4. IAROL ANN MOFFAT - AVON TODDI MONAHAN - GLORIA ANN MOORE - Boosters 3, 43 Choir 2, 3, 3 Ensemble 3, 4. DENNIS ALLEN MORGAN -- Varsity Football 43 Karsity Wrestling 43 J. V. Wrestling 2, 33 Latin Club 23 EC Council 4. YICKI LYNN MORGAN - .HARON MARIE MORINVILLE - Girls! League lepresentative 23 Steelhead 43 F. H. A. 3, 4. fiYRON GLENN MORRELL - F.. B. L. A. 2, 33 . R. L. 2, 33 Chess Club 2. ILLAN R. MORRISON - Varsity Football 43 J.V. !asketball3 Varsity Baseball 2, 3, 43 Cross Country 23 'D" Club 2, 3, 43 Steelhead 43 Powder Puff Basketball Cheerleader 4. NILLIAM ROY MOWREY - J. V. Baseball 2. CHUCK A. MULKINS - HAROLD EDWARD NEWSON - J.V. Football 2, 33 Tennis Team 2, 3, 4. LADDAPORN NGAO-THAMSARN - F. A. S. Ex- change Student3 Boosters 4. CHARLES DALLAS NOEL, JR. - J.V. Football 33 Track 2, 3, 43 Band 2, 33 Pep Band 2, 3. JEANNE DIANE OADES - F. H.A. 2, 33 F.T.A. 33 Latin Club 33 National Honor Society 43 Top Ten Per- cent 4. JOHN ROBERT OLIVER - Student Council 23 Var- sity Football 2, 3, 43 J. V. Football 23 J. V. Basketball 33 Track 2, 3, 43 "D" Club 3, 4: Vice President 4. STEPHANIE ANN O'MEARA - F. H. A. 2, 3, 43 Latin Club 2, 3, 43 Quaestor 4. DIANE MARIE O'NEAL - F. H. A. 3. DENISE CHRISTINE OPITZ - Band Twirler 4. JIM L. PAGE - Band 23 Pep Band 2. MICHAEL PAUL PENNERS - Student Kiwanian 43 National Thespians 43 Ski Club 2, 3, 4, Ski Team 4. OTTO ANDREAS PETERSEN, JR. - Varsity Football 43 J.V. Football 2, 33 Varsity Wrestling 3, 43 Tennis Team 2, 3, 43 "D" Club 2, 33 F. F. A. 2, 33 Powder Puff Football Cheerleader 43 Powder Puff Basketball Cheer- leader 4. CLAUS KARL PIEHL - SCOTT PICOCK - JANET MARIE POWELL - F.H.A. 2, 3, 4, Presi- dent 4, Secretary 33 National Honor Society 3, 43 Na- tional Thespians 3, 43 Safety Club 2, 3, 4, Secretary 4, Treasurer 33 State President of F.H.A. 43 Top Ten Percent 4. JIM WALTER PRATER - Varsity Wrestling 2, 4. KERRY WORTH QUINT - WILLIAM MARTIN RALPH - JERRY EUGENE RAMSEY - J.V. Football 33 Var- sity Baseball Manager 43 Varsity Wrestling 3, 43 J.V. Wrestling 23 Track 23 Cross Country 33 Safety Club Representative 3. DAVID A. REED - Band 2, 3, 43 Choir 43 Pep Band 2, 3 4. DOROTHY ANN REESE - ALAN W. REINECCIUS 4 Varsity Football 43 Varsity Basketball Manager 4. JANET LOUISE REMINGTON - Choir 3, 43 F. H. A. 3: F. N. A. 43 Powder Puff Football 3, 4. CLETIS LARRY RICHEY - Varsity Baseball 43 J.V. Baseball 2, 3: Cross Country 2, 33 Quill and Scroll 43 Steelhead 3, 4. LEE ROY ROBBINS - LYNETTE MARIE ROBERTS - Student Council Chairman 3, 43 Class Representative 33 Boosters 4, Bugle Sergeant 43 F. H. A. 23 Girls' League Council 4, Hospitality Committee Chairman 43 Prom Cha1rman.33 Quill and Scroll 43 REC Council 3, 4, Secretary 43 Tilli- cum 3, 4, Feature Editor 43 Ushers 2, 3, 4, Secretary. RAY C. ROBINSON - Varsity Wrestling 2, 33 Boys' State 2. DEAN GAVIN RODERICK - VICKI RONE - SYLVIA LYNN ROOME - Choir 2, 3, 4. KAREN RUTH ROPP - Band 23 F. H. A. 43 National Honor Society 3, 43 Irtnogg Top Ten Percent 4. MARK RICHARD ROTH - Boys' 4. JAMES ROUTH - PEGGY LEE ROWLAND - ELLEN RYSSDAL - Class Vice President 43 Boosters 3, 4, Captain 4, Historian 33 Girls' League Council 2,' 4, Representative 2. Committee Chairman.4: Homecoming Queen 43 National Honor Society 43 Ski Club 23 Ushers 2, 3, 43 March Girls of the Month. TERRY C. SANDERSON - BARBARA SANDVOL - Choir 2, 3, 43 F.H. A. 2. 1 THERESA MARIE SCHALLHORN - Class Vice President 23 Class Representative 43 F.H.A. 43'G.A.A. 2, 33 Girls' League Council 4, Committee Chairman 43 National Honor Society 3, 43 National Thespians 43 Ski Club 2, 3, 43 Jessi Scholarship 23 Student Council 43 Top Ten Percent 4. JAMES WILSON SCHLAGER - Student Kiwanian 43 Varsity Footballg J.V. Football 33 Varsity Basketball 43 J. V. Basketball 33 Track 33 Cross Country 23 "Dv Club 43 April Boy of the Month3 All League Defense 4. BRIAN LEE SCHOLTES - Varsity Football 43 J.V. Football 2, 33 J. V. Baseball 23 "D" Club 4. BETTY JEANNETTE SCHUNKE - Boosters 3,- 43 Choir 43 F. H. A. 2, 3, 43 F. T. A. 23 National Thespians 43 You Can't Take It With You 43 An Afternoon With Aesop 43 Carnival! 4. STEVEN M. SELLBERG - J. V. Baseball Manager 23 National Thespians 33 Chess Club. JUANITA JEAN SHAW - F. F. A. 2, 3, 4. MIKE E. SIMPSON - THELMA FAYE SIMS - Track 43 Band 2, 3, 43 F. N. A. 2, 3, 4, Vice President 43 G. A. A. 2, 3, 43 Pep Bnncl 2, 33 Gymnastics 3, 4, Captain 4. TIMOTHY LOUIS SIPE - Varsity Football 43 J.V. Wrestling 33 Safety Club 2. DON GENE SLUSHER - Varsity Basketball 43 Var- sity Baseball 43 J. V. Baseball 33 Cross Country 2. DOUG CLIFFORD SMITH - Varsity Football 43 J. V. Wrestling 3. LINDA ANN SMITH - STEVE SCOTT SMITH - Track 2, 3, Track Manager 43 Cross Country 2, 33 "D" Club 3, 43 Steelhead 4. VICKI LEE SMITH - A. S. B. Secretary 43 Student Council 3, 43 Class Treasurer 2, 33 Class Representative 43 Girls' League Council Treasurer 43 Quill and Scroll 43 Boosters 3, A. S. B. Representativeg Speech Squad 43 Secretary Vice President3 Christmas Formal Chairman 43 October Girl of the Month 3 Tillicum 43 Business Man- ager 4. JOYCE ISABEL SORENSEN - Boosters 2, 3, Junior Majorette 33 Ushers 3, 4. JACKIE SUE SPENCER - Boosters 3, 4, Secretary 43 F.H.A. 43 Girls' League Council 3, Committee Chair- man 33 Latin Club 2. JOHN RAYMOND STICKNEY - CYNTHIA LOUISE STINSON - Student Council 43 Boosters 3, 4, Vice President 43 Choir 43 F. H. A. 4, Historian 43 F. T. A. 23 Latin Club 43 Quill and Scroll 43 Steelhead 3, 4, Editor 43 Carnival! BILL 'E. STRAHM - DOUG JEROME STROH - Varsity Football 2, 43 J. V. Football 23 Varsity Basketball 43 J. V. Basketball 2, 33 Track 2, 3, 43 "DH Club 2, 3, 4. ELIZABETH TALLMAN - Choir 2, 3, 43 Ensemble 2, 3, 4, Librarian 43 F. H. A. 2, 43 G. A. A. 2. LINDA CAROLYN TEETER - Choir 4. JAMIE LEIGH TENNESON - Boosters 3, 43 F.F. A. 2, 3, 43 F. H. A. 2. 3, 43 G. A. A. 2. DAVID LYNN THOMPSON - LINDA K. THOMSEN - Track 23 Tennis Team 2, 3, 43 Band 2, 3, 43 G. A. A. 2, 33 Pep Band 2, 33 Gymnas- tics 2, 33 Powder Puff Football 3, 43 Powder Puff Bas- ketball 2. PATRICK CLIFFORD THORNTON - Student Coun- cil 3, 43 Band 2, 3, 43 Representative 43 Pep Band 2, 3, 43 Safety Club 3, 4, President 4, Representative 3. DAVID LESTER THOUVENEL - Varsity Football Manager 43 "D" Club 43 Quill and Scroll 43 Tillicum 3, 43 Chess Club 2. CHRISTINE TODD - Class Secretary 3, 43 Class Treasurer 23 Choir 33 F.H.A. 2, 3, 4, Historian 33 Girls' League Council 2, 3, 4, President 4, Treasurer3 Homecoming Princess 23 International Relations 33 La- tin Club 23 Rally Squad 2, 3, 43 REC Council 23 Ushers 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 23 September Girl of the Monthg F. H. A. St. Lucia QUCEHQ Elks Youth Leadership Con- test Winner, Girl of the Year 4. BRIAN DOUGLAS TOM - Band 2, 43 Cross Country lgfaliager 33 F.F.A. 2, 3, 4. Treasurer 43 Pep Band 2, , . LEO DONALD TRAUTMAN - Varsity Football 2, 3, 4, Captain 43 J. V. Football 23 Varsity Baseball 2, 3, 43 J. V. Baseball 23 "D" Club 2, 3, 43 October Boy of the Month. JIM R. TURNBULL - Varsity Football 43 Band 43 Pep Band 43 Dance Band 4. ERNIE LEE TUTTLE - JAMES WADDELL - Latin Club 3. DENNY WAGEMAN - SHARON R. WALTER - Latin Club 3, 4. JANET SHARALEE WATKINS - Band 2, 3, 43 Pep Band 2, 3, 43 Ski Club 4. BRENDA KATHERIN WEBBER - Class Representa- tive 2, 33 Boosters 3, 4, Historian 33 National Honor So- ciety 43 F.N. A. 23 Girls' League Council 3, 4, Repre- sentative 4, Committee Chairman 3. LARRY ANDREW WEST - Golf Team 3, 4. EILEEN MARIE WESTPHAL - Class Representative 23 F. H. A, 23 REC Council 23 Tillicum 4. MARY JO WILLCOX -- Choir 33 Ensemble 43 G. A. A. 43 Student Council 3. DONALD LEE WILLIAMS - Varsity Football 43 J. V. Football 33 Varsity Baseball 43 J. V. Baseball 2, 3 3 Cross Country 23 "D" Club. BOB W. WILLIAMS - RANDY RAYMOND WILSEN - RICHARD WILSON - LAWRENCE EDWARD WINNETT - J.V. Baseball 2. ASHER M. WOOD - WILLIAM EDWARD WOODS -- SAMUEL HARRISON WOOLSEY - Golf Team 2, 3, 43 Band 33 Pep Band 33 Ski Club 2, 3, 4. 49 fop fen percenf Front row: Carol Jean Ballinger, Jeanne Oades, Brook Kaser, Vicki Faught, Patsy Melum, JoAnne Culpepper, Mille Lowe, John Chan, Trudy Doolittle, Margaret Hoffman, Louis Kerege. Middle row: Susan Arestad, Anne Jennings, Suzanne Heisler, Joan Henricks. Back row: Cheri Davis, Eunice Cohoon, Theresa Schallhorn, Evelyn Ericksen, Diana Hannifan, Janet Powell, Karen Ropp, Joy Hattenhauer. V SUZANNE HEISLER Salutatorian JOAN HENRICKS Valedictorian BOY OF THE YEAR Gene Eberhardt September Boy of the Month GIRL OF THE YEAR Chris Todd September Girl of the Month Enthusiastic Seniors are trying to persuade voters to exercise their votmg rights. Jamie Tenneson hands in her or- der for graduation announce- ments while Jean Gallipo waits and Charlie Noel watches. John Kelly, first semester Senior Class president, awards the Mid- Columbia State Home with a check from the Senor Class as Chris Todd, Vicki Faught, and Mr. Betschart, class advisor, look on with approval. ., ,, in-f ZA LM ,,.. ,, .www -fe - senior class officers first semester john Kelly is ready to make a quick exit and his fellow officers do not seem too broken up about it. Back row: Joan Henricks, representativeg Brook Kaser, representativeg Susan Are- stad, represcntativeg Chris Todd, secretaryg Gary Foster, representative. Front row: Suzanne Heisler, representative: Norma Cimmiyotti, treasurerg John Kelly, presidentg Vicki Faught, vice president. t lExiT Second semester Senior class officers, Norma Cimmiyotti, treasurerg Joan Henricks, represent ativeg John LaVeille, representativeg Theresa Schallhorn, representativeg Louis Kerege, repre sentativeg Ellen Ryssdal, vice presidentg Chris Todd, secretaryg and Vicki Smith, representative are just getting out of another steering committee meeting on a chilly winter morning. second semester senior class officers 56 fuculfy LYNN HAMPTON Assistant Superintendent, Clerk .gg-u,f...,,....w..,.. ,,-. 1 - 3l,,,5:7-, .1 3iy,w...,WM- .giyiw M1351 A AL UNRUH Superintendent ERNEST DAVENPORT Curriculum 8: Personnel Co-ordinator , ,L DON BAILEY School Board Chairman 'V MRS. JEAN KRIER School Board Member JAMES BEER School Board Member MILTON SKOV School Board Member EDGAR DICK School Board Member 59 TOM TURNBULL Principal 'l JOHN BLASER Assistant Principal ,, ,,.. in ,,,,MY.Jm! , -9- sl ' Yi X 1 4 - g if -4 V x. J i. fa- JERROLD BAXTER Advanced Biology Biology NOEL ARONSON U.S. History World History DICK BARNETT World History ROBERT BEITEL Vocational Typing Typing Brush-Up Typing I GLEN BETSCHART Modern Problems 6l MISS SYLVIA BOWEN Librarian DONALD CARPENTER Band 62 MISS ENID BOLTON Shorthand, Typing I Office Machines BOB CLOSE Modern Problems World History JAMES DeBUSMAN General Music Choir S W DOUG FINNEY Speech Steelhead Tillicum JACK HARMON Algebra II Consumer Math Geometry WILLIAM HOLMES Junior English RAY HOTKA Biology WL V lf, ,Wei fp , I' 'A f gg aj'-Lulu,-. L 7 f' ffllv ,mf X ! e - ' I 63 I V, 1 LESTER T. JENSEN Senior English RON KEYS Advanced Standing Math Algebra I AL LARVICK Driver Education WILLIAM LAWRENCE Mechanical Drawing 64 il? 5 xi 5, .5 11 . M W A W 3 ,:. .,.., V ' 22 ui HM ,wr kv. L . . fu. JIM KRIBS Guidance and Counseling ' ' 'WiT?'?iI?r??L'?"'li I Mi , 'mg mm Ahrrk f , I i , : Sail 5' 2' x 'ef if . Q'-., -M W - ' ww I ,LZZQIQI w L. :kv M w iv , ' - iaSgiism32siifei4g5fz.?2fggvgg1I4,wi ,. hh isa. liwggii 2 7 36ii-5NW1i3?55W:i'1 " .Jin 'Iii iEs'f1Q", ,ii5 ?'7f1?'H g2i's'f 2531 ' ,- er:gw+Q+f2ifgfi2131if35134i? :- -:wz,,55wxs'- sv gg if j,5g':.:f -A ww "L ij ' 3 ',,, ' .xy gn ,W,SS.:sEL1i5i 1 M . .ii Q2QW?2,ew?f ii, 7 'ffgffwffez x ' Hyjg we 555-1w.'f+f fm - ygffsvff ee"e-'e- 5 3 '- wgmwewh-L, . ,, gig., f,i.,,m,- I A . Z . , , q ., . 5 , . M , aeff.,, .. fog- , ffff,-2 f 1 an 1 em A , FL. ' 352' .i,,, Mi. V . 'Q f D - - ' "eg3kivgfsw vez- f, ' . 5y.,i1.' ,Q ii, . , ii,i L A E 1,,.:i .. -1, , ' .7 71 -. -: Qi ,mmf ,mf -1 .1 f .- ww S1 f,2,,'?a5f if?igfg1zQ:f iff' K 131' 53 , S55 ' WH ' ' I ifi'f'11z'.1 Mille" lx Je vf DAVID MCCORMICK Sophomore English DOUG LEASH Art MICHAEL MCCADDEN Physical Science Physics ,M M, K ,,.:Jogf-,lv fi! ,fi ' 1, - PHILLIP MOORMAN Latin PAUL MOSES Sophomore, junior X English I ,N 5 M vw XQKSXQJ A 65 MRS. VICKI PEARSE Junior English JERRY PFLUG Athletic Director JIM PIERSON Algebra, Trigonometry DENNIS RADFORD Health, Physical Education WILLIAM OPITZ U.S. History Q-4" FRED RADTKE French, Spanish w MRS. MAY RORICK Home Economics JIM SCHICK Bookkeeping Business Law Record Keeping Typing WALTER SCHMIDT Consumer Economics LAWRENCE SEFEROVICH Biology Physical Science . 67' MRS. SARA SKANDERA Home Economics WALTER SMITH Senior English CARL STAUFFER Power Mechanics Vocational - Agriculture A A ,gr asf? MISS MARY STEWART Junior, Senior English 68 RICHARD STRAIT Metal Shop I Advanced Physical Education 'WSWW ral DICK YECNY RAM Center RAY TACKE Chemistry JAMES WALKER Algebra II General Math MRS. NANCY WESTLUND Physical Education Health ROBERT WILLIAMS Industrial Arts MRS. OPAL POWELL Guidance Secretary MRS. CECILE COLCORD Secretary MRS. POLLY SMITH Secretary MRS. MARGARETTE MILLER Secretary MRS. BARBARA JACKSON Secretary MRS. FREDA DAHL Deputy Clerk MRS. BETTY JENSEN Deputy Clerk 70 MRS. INEZ RYNOLDS Secretary MRS. ANN RADFORD Secretary MRS. LINDA SKAVELIN Secretary MRS. LEATHA PARSONS Secretary CHARLEY WORKS Custodian GEORGE RAMSEY Custodian 1, Ei 1 1 Q 1 72 underclossmen we i 1 first semester junior closs officers What are the junior class officers doing in the grandstand? Surely not watching a football game. Front row: left to right: Coleen Brady, representativcg Dorothy Scholes, secretaryg Molly McCoy, treasurerg Wendy Palmer, representative. Second row: Larry Williams, vice presidentg John Caldwell, representativeg Dan Kelly, president. M x in Mary Lynn Acke Susan Alexander Vincent Ames Jerri Anderson Jon Anderson Randy Aveline in i 5, f fu ' ' " 'Q ' V ' rf' E2 B JaYAve1v Carol Bailey Ellen Bailey 39 E Q ,Ka L' Wi i f 1: a, ,, LE , K if all 3, A- " KJ if A in-A 4- in 5 Q Becki Baker W, yy W B M , scott Baldwin 'W L' is L- i 5 , fi Mike Bartell as , , x,1t , 'ef ff, U Debbie Beau 'S ' ' ' f ' " , .,,., , I Barbara Beck M9 ff' "Q, ' , 'P "lu X Y Dennis Bensen A 'W ' A , ,s ,, I i l , i ,' -.iw-ga: I ' " A Gwen Biede V V " g v ' M A, V-4 Ig " Jesse Birge ' -I ' I . ' ,i I , 5 Q - .Q as Linda Bissetd ll , ' 5 Y' I -i.e, fa - f ShC1'fY Blais 6 1 iiis ,B . Ti ' M ,,,,,w,, A Bob Bowen iifl' - if l ' il -. die 'fi - '1 - 4 ws ' Q ' 8. K , is a+ ,f k N ' N , ',-g ewes 63 A 'T -i ' V Qin.. iAmerican Field Service candidates, Molly McCoy and Coleen Brady, enjoy thc VVVVV, , Q Ag, ragrance of fresh fall air. 1, A 3 1 ,, R K V ,725 kfk gg! ,Y m . f. AJ ,,UIVA,w IV' i ,:Ag Q ,gy B B Hlaivf f fr fi . ,V, Mud dy ' 3, ,.,., ii'-A Q . V F, , k , h Row 1: Sheila Bowen, Mike Bradley. Row 2: Coleen Brady, Sandy Branharn, JoAnn Brenner. Row 3: Elizabeth Brock, Jim Brown, Rick Brown. Row 4: Diane Buce, Bernie Buchanan, Hal Buchart. Row 5: Grace Buckles, Gary Burlingame, Mary Jo Byrne. Row 6: John Caldwell, John Call, Nancy Carey, Loren Chapmen, Joyce Chastain, Ken Cichy, Gary Clagget, Lanna. Clifford. 1' IT! Travis Clifton Steve Cochenour Terry Cole Tony Commander Dan Conner Cheri Conyers Jehm Coombs Terry Cramer Danny Cushman I. as zur" QVDJNL 3 C ,ff .MQWQXEW 1 M 5 V gf! 5 . M . W. , st " "K Q . 1 .- ' ' I ,- 'W I Hd, Nh f'lQ,'?ii,,i-".:2MEf :am 5 WB. li" :fz' 5 s:f:4ffHf , " x ,, ' X, fag:-fi 7 J ,JP is . ., . . i, 4 e in . li , . ' is .,. t 7 C'T . . it. -Qt 'il 'oo 'i D . yi ' 'z h had 9 . WT riff V ' Qi IL' ir . ':,,1 i w, . ,i , S 'arh ,,r. J ' , W? Kathy David Terry Davis Donna DeMauro Ken Denis Ken Dickson Pam Donnell 451 5, i -r if . 4:5 4 if . t .5"'g:'iiy,i'i. SOI1 Q - Julie Dowell - Diane Doyle Ed Drury ,L V .cr uf 1 9 -sw VM ., Dennis Duarte , I-F' Connie Dunlap ,, Xl' V f", 1 ,, V i Y - Chris Jensen puts the finishing touches on the October display at the public library. iiti ...ii -. i F -Q.. xxyff, f MSU ' , yi 2 .3-1 .L Qt A, f F ff n ip V- W s' M Row 1: Terry Durfee, jim Eberhardt. Row 2: Charlene Egbert, Linda Elkinton, Tom Elliott. Row 3: Walter Evans, Stuart Exall, Mike Fargher. Row 4: Mary Fehrs, DiAnne Fentress, Jim Fernald. Row 5: Blaine Fielding, Dennis Fisk, Phil Foote. Row 6: Jo Ford, Bob Forsi, Ken Frank, Grifl' Gale, Gary Gallaher, Kathy Gannom, Bob Geary, Sam George, Ann Gallagher. Jay Gleason Teresa Goff Charlette Grant Penny Grant Debi Gray Suzy Gray Jane Griffin Cheri Hammer Terry Harmon f , , Lf H 9: , r,, A ,.f, A .. , . ,a -, n g e, Kim Hawksley Jim Headings Alan Helyer Cecel Herlihy Mike Herman Judy Hicks 1,-':" f '3fi ,"i :,g'fi, ., : 'fig i J fm A as I iii. W K I ,,kV I ,A ,K i w -:rn r. ,M '- i -f - - a-' 1 - f,,f. . 'Z' a f ' Ip- w .,,, , .. if 1 3 - f.q,,i,,1n , Q V . - 5, if Q11 A e '4...,: W e r ,,,. , , . ,M- bl! S :Em il wg- S' K sis Y ,ig ' , - Mar, 81 ? A- es 1 L -iaivrwnls i r E Q: A W i i T : M AL gi i yl if v ,ig 1 f' rr if xv Q. S ' ' L. ' .,,. 78 Wi ,1 .Q-'54, fig, l., ki" l Z Sl 6 I ei: , Ke, H . l jf. ,f,, 'Z ' . K V' " ' ,,i yee y ff. :, J f Junior girls make posters that will adorn the halls during Homecomin week. Z 5 'l 55:5 feilfigi E? . , W, i , fl,yf:.z,v , H ik N aw rw Wie-wel M. ., n " 3 .V 9 M if ' i ',,,l H , . ' ', " ' V . Q ' ii - Q:l2-: :Pg i J is in i esy Q.. . Maw W W 1.1 we - . .:e-- w :ip 1,1311 s z 'f -f , . f f ,. . M, Vw, 5 f- g ,Q w ldl' MMP? 'i ' " R179 : 'if' "W," i'f,,. -. Wei' in 565 , T, -"' 1 5i':i'?'ii"' VY l it :F r r l A f i l 1 1 i X- J iiii V N . J - xml Row 1: Wilma Hicks, Roy Hillman. Row 2: Sandra Hinshaw, Penny Hoag, Sherrel Hoaglin. Row 3: Rick Hodge, Steve Hodges, Teresa Hogue. Row 4: Ed Holter, Mikki Horton, Jody Hotka. Row 5: Walter Hughson, Debbie Hurn, Mike Ignowski, Valerie Ingebo, Danny Jackson, Debbie Jackson. Row 6: Chris Jensen, Karen Jolliffe, Bob Jones, Doug Jones, Willa Kain, Dan Kelly, Sheila Kelly, Marilyn King, Vicki Kortge, Judy Ingram. i f -w:f,,.,,,, mg : ,J in X W ill if E .nvsl 5 e , . W ef i H 1 rf.. K- 6 ggi' .i ji 3 l . . . . .i... .iff , X at gi, i ,S Q ,553 asm! - 1 4' 'fu fl , .aiggfg i li f nz :af-' : - , i ty I .f - 7,,, M, T 1 I I I , ...J go.,-,fr V, , -. V , K . 5. , W- ., l : t- -,. .,,-- -- W, -, Q ' -' Y: f 5 4- , A. ,N Q S ,AP - .z,ggi',5t'..55 Pl 43' KR . n A I 'at 'M fs. we-fri . ,, - Ronald Lemarr - . ,.. - -. I f Joyce Lepinski H '1Q"' '- 'T S 'A Sf J0hn Lewis Roger Lewis sa R. ' ' 'if M ..f H. i a . 5- ai m. I jg 17 as Q si i f ,ig - fs ,-Y - Steve Lucas 'Q l xl ' . A.. .fr A Pt' 4 ls . as 1- 5 1 .se ,, Q lf Q M W jp- - '53 is E as 1 s 4 'B F Verna Lousignont Sylvia Kosse Becky Kribs jeff Krier Lee Lacey Barbara Lauby Rick Lawson Tom Lawson Preston Leavitt Cande Leland nw. f tv. i ' W .. a ff 15151' 1 ,lvl i Vi? , A ,Q 5 ""' Q , 3, 6 G ,,,, V, , i aw 35 V. Q as P 4 1 'gi ' 2 if , ., ., , Q . .ff I 1 Dan Cushman, Walter Evans and Dennis Fisk are ecstatic with joy that the photographer IS taking their picture. f , , .- . . " L ' -t't' 'Y . 545 . H K or X V , .,kes . .Sf 1 K, H f errrss , RX . -',- Q4 f ' R fg:a2'5 , -' .," ' , N 1 - . ,, , A at I - e . syis , f ' , . w., H 1, . ' -4..- r 1' zz Q , 5 . 1, 'gfl '. : fr I , 1 A 2 ww-vw rv- ' ",- t 'egg o ff 's Q .:: 'a Ji' t K f has X- lex: My " 35 F i -r 1, Si: NX if Row 1: Martha McClanahan, Molly McCoy. Row 2: Colleen McKay, Becky McKee,'Ken Mc- Rae. Row 3: Monty Malcolm, Dan Marick, Diane Marvel. Row 4: Darlien May, Kathy Mead, Bob Mengis. Row 5: John Mengis, Betsy Merriss, Barbara Meves, Gary Meyer, Sandy Meyer, Mary Jean Miller. Row 6: Pam Mills, Keller Mohagen, Bruce Morgan, Linda Morioka, Tom Moser, Bob Newson, Vern Noel, Bob Nordlund, Caroline Norelius. 79 . . . ,A Y'-1 K s, K 4: 2' at 5 A Vk., K? Wk kk: i I 6 , A ..Vfk :. gr gi , at 5 J it V - - ' f zzfgilif w i l? K " 5i' l- ii 'f'21.."i 1f 3 1:1 , i t .if X I if '9 '-' . t. J my 1 P ' - P mm" A - I - W "-' ' ' , ' ' 1 . 1 '-mL Kris Pearson it ':s,L55f:.:n:!f,l-fi: 5- 1- if :'-:ff'- - ' A ff' t ',"' f la" ff J Ada Plshlon l Laffv Powell J , S t Ja-Ckle PHCC 'f' ' iii ' 5 :5 1 pg ' A . N Sue Ralph t ff? ,Q A A e A , -"A - ff i t W, g g Debbie Rasey ggi. ,Egan X I , V . 5 ,,, I K . , M a-Xin e Ray , , A , , K, Kay Reunan Peggy Remington : f -Y' 5 w ' f wf 3 Geoff Rice 3 it in .J V, , .. J. J if' K I 5:44 , , . , I Rugs Roberts I 5 .,.V A r M, - ' Mx Nancy Robertson al: V .-v. eil .Q f ws nf ,, fl 4 ew 5 nf K I A Jody Hotka and Nancy Usinger watch as John Caldwell reveals the name of the Homecoming queen. fn-V U1fiQYi'i,'zE'iu3 +5'li21Zlt"'5 X , ,: 115 'M ' . Q, - i- 'f f ' fi? Y it I it "va tv ' af f ,. -- Q ' " -1 ,. ,W . Qzmr, N- , "await: , - WF f wg- - , f.-- " ,, ,1 V it ,sasw::,, ,, :.f?"5J!fefa ' X, - - .,, '. -gf P , " 'Sf " ' . 'bfi' g?zt2:4?i??li vf vftyf V X ,"- If!-W' if P ' ga' ' ' rt li. ' PM 1 P : gw ,iWfr1 TSM "-ff? P , is ? Z7 I ,,J,:t:.,VM l 35i , I Wu, , t kVL,.Qw i r ate R it '-af f- 'za - ,. ' 553-fgliiiiiff " 4:3215 ' i"' iz r 45, 1 Q V N km .ui fl 53 'IE 'Hx 'Exist Q S ' I sw V' 'gli' f gk ,. ' - ' y as .JN W' www? 'T ,,,f. Erma Orcutt Roger Ott Wendy Palmer Alice Parsons Bob Pengra Sonja Petersen Sheryl Peterson Gloria Petty John Phipps ,.' ,Y , . J Jw- 2 it ,- Y X . ,W , "' 1 -1 is 5 gf' " if 5 1' Ji iiitffsll ' 9 I V f -V X, serif 'ww 3' .- '1"5i' - , , , .,V,,. s 4 Row 1: David Rohde, Pete Rongerude. Row 2: Dave Rooper, Rod Runyon, Carolyn Sampson. Row 3: Marilyn Sampson, John Sargent, Brian Sauncy. Row 4: Doug Sawyer, Nancy Sawyer, Ray Schieck. Row 5: Beth Schlager, Dorothy Scholes, Diane Schroeder. Row 6: Carolyn Schwarm, Marilyn Schwann, Kathy Sexton, Diane Sharp, Patti Shaver, Mike Sidman, Kathy Simpson, Diana Sipe, Jim Slusher. Bob Smelcer Dan Smith A Don Smith ,, . Lynn Smith ' ,I o. - Quinton Smith .,g 1 ,f Chris Soloy 3 ,. I goo-V KI' Greg Spicer , o ii'ii i 5, f - - ', I l fi V A H ' John Swick no ,,., , ,. 'xo 1, ., I L ff Y AV, ' ,.: 'S V. L 5 Jan Swift f Y M' 1i1'i,, --,b ooifioo ' A 'ff- t" fx ll S 5 Mark Taylor o Barbara Telfer V M ,,,' Q f V. .V if g , Janet Thflmas uf if. Joyce Thompson to - iiot o, y gt Dirk Tibbets me Todd ,o in -o o . f.. Sue Trubachik ':" 4 ' A oo Q 'W Nancy Usinger " 5, , ,,',,fg 9 ww Bill Van Vactor W 2 ' aff l Pam Varburg '?u.,aJ, 'A "-' Q' f ' -1 filsfi' Robin Wagenblast A V N frii L i r Q I ..... . 7 fu I . W Y L K he . in H il' I B .X . fi, 3 rbi-ofro Jt., M I -ff- z uw tx' f .V -- M .5 ' ' , . Qffg V ' . 225 L' ' ' -' ooo- 1' N ' A -. -, A so mo L f .r fx., 5, A or 'ij olu' ' "g, , nv W-,fo f 'S 1, I f not f-. 'f , H K -L .- ,N ,. ,... o f , 'Y ,oo J , X 1 3' P x .fl CVM lj -' r ffl, ' H t ink, gag ' I ., fa., ,B . ov, , f V V jf" , . . , H - , x ' Teri Wisner prepares to head for home after a hard ??? day at school. oo, f oz, . ,lil l f1foi"', , 'Y W 5 1, ,,. ry.,-1, 5 1 . ' I Nil-o' 1--L W, L ooo ' ' f oil 1 f ' . i' , ' iiiffoaofr til ff V fiiwirlii Y g ' f M ' 7 . , , go ' ,V V 5 - - or ,,i-s , .A i ,. aww Row 1: Roger Walcker, Harry Walther. Row 2: Alan Walter, Bill YValter, Pam Warner. Row 3: Sue Webb, Leonard Wiese, joan Westin. Row 4: Judy Whitecotton, Lynn Whitwell, Dean Wilcox. Row 5: Patty Will, Larry Williams, Marie Williams. Row 6: Janey Windsor, Teri Wisner, Diana Wood, James Worrell, Rick Yankee, Sue Yragui, Anita Zehrung, Peggy Zeigler, Jan Zutz. first semester sophomore class officers Hey fellows, this is for girls only! The sophomore class officers from left to right are Molly Mills, treasurerg Gloria Knoll, secretaryg Bruce Brogan, vice presidentg Jim Dick, presidentg Phil Swaim, representativeg Mike Byrne, representativeg Pat Lester, representativeg Dave Lip- son, representative. MRM . ,, '5'ff5'f11I 'K Wil., .. aff' -wv"'7 M , ' A " K, , Cz, Second semester sophomore class officers Susan Temple, representativeg Bruce Brogan, presi- dentg Kathy Brown, secretaryg Phil Swaim, representativeg Jim Dick, representativeg Linda Skov, treasurerg and Eric Davenport, representative, pose at the new city library. Not pictured are Molly Urness, vice presidentg and Mike Byrne, representative. second semester sophomore class officers 83 I if t , M. mm ' ap 'qs 1 ,gf F- . f . , 5 - U I il" ii iii K wx, v,.,Z,.?:5e.1,,, V kfm yii z wl, . , M ,Z at ,359 .V ' Z'V B v--V..: .,,, i i f Q 9s 5 will , 'A , ' ""' f TI. 'Vat' W fff ,,',z'?5g If ' - . l'lii'2m-id " 1 -L 'X Tim Arends Sue Athanas ,. .1 A..L, 5 .,'-,z David Aveline . . . Earnie Baird " I ' .wil fx my 1 Steve Baldwin .. . , .,, Sgt , 1- , , fi A . -..' fiifiii 711' A Steve Bartell .. I , i .. - ww, . Frank Adams Steve Adkison Steve Alexander Greg Ames Art Anderson Jill Anderson Judie Anderson Terry Anderson Felix Antich ., 'if'-" Zi , f , . l--l , ij 1 'rzg L A y , Mike Beall F- s H 3, be La1'1'YBCaVCf ,. W e - . A' - ' ' ff 5 -r-- ii Kathy Beck 25' 1 fl' 9225 ' ' f ,ks ' ,t,, L A Lal- B k lil, I i .5 K - -'-if, ' ' . f , 'r-l ' i ry ec . i 162 U ' "" Bob Beu31nY W l" .i a 1 ',,'- f 1" W .- 'r,- e.r 1 . B fi .-':. i -- 2 ss , -- 1 - ' 1 r""-'-1 we Q' f N' Q ,Mattie Q Wouldrft you know it! One sophomore would forget his gym clothes during the 5'4g'e-, -' first week of school. is y ' H X , Q 4 x , 1 We -me " 9' .: '-jeg' , rig :,,.'. .lf JM l WI!!-55 , L 3 if l .e ff i'fIf2?57?5Q ,Hifi as F 5 X M , 0 H ::4A,1,!f"fi:ff ,," 1 ' ,, ,,,. E 1 WB? S -will 'r lm? is , .q .Sq ."'5 , , .. it + 45 ., fs f fiiglfl ' K . C TQ ' 1 A' k j' .K fl , ' iw f ' 'V ,,.,+ 3, , ,. .jiri ' . t .1 a B fi , ff l, - 'xiii iff ' 'Y - J' F'51Q'i" 2 "FL A : , Me- V. . ' ifi 1i5"iH1 . by fflnwi' ' - , - z1L' l'.1fK.zil'i' lTlv . ' v . . '- f'l.f'.ef ,.' p :Szg.U,gfv,gv' 'gem team , ,: 115, me 1' ,355 ,. ",,,--" 1 .,,,2' A W i 'Q W g ,E ' m f ' ' 'miie Q l 'midi 1 V. ,y ,Wg 1 1.-spggw, ,sizes-'lgi ' , ' K., ff - - - 5 ' yr' .. if :Q bffffvlff' ' Row 1: Brad Bennett, Debbie Binford. Row 2: Mark Bowen, Pam Bradley, Shirlene Bradley. Row 3: Sharon Brewer, Regena Brock, Bruce Brogan. Row 4-: Kathy Brown, Glenda Buckles, Katy Buckles. Row 5: Don Budd, Steve Burris, Michael Byrne. Row 6: John Callahan, Debbie Card, Bill Carey, Tom Carlson, Joan Chambers, John Chambers, Barbara Charley, Pat Charley, Patsy Christopherson, Bob Cimmiyotti. -P 1 V. iz xi A W ,. -E- 4 ww , W M ,WL -.1 1 5 'fm , ,. l X r Y I f W 1 oz, I- ir, .,.,, , -.J gy. , S S 'i J 1 ,. ,Hi "5fe,.":1fEf:f. ,A f 5 ,.,- ,. f2 . :,.:f,,1z,yl- ,gg J 'E if Q , . .,., :.,,,,,h . .,.,,.. , M ' I. U 'VW N s . Q ,QQ Y . it 5, wl P rr - 52' . f 55- 1, 4+ B226 . , Y il ,, q, 1,,,V:,, K, t f. I Lloyd Clark M , , ' Connie Clifford W- ' - gf Ev ', , ,'1 V Cheryl Cole 1 ,g g JW I -,Q -'i Q ' , Jerry Culpepper 1 ii ' i s 'Lk , ag , 2.1 ia r in M' Georgine Cummins ,W Q., , f-'P' ,I Lui ' - t Y 'I , . i Ken Curtiss ' 'YZ' I - Q ' , ., A , ' , I ' Eric Davenport 'Q -5 fly ' . ii G. I, , 9... A ff' Mark Davenport . I A H hw , Q if, iq.- A ll i ,fri Bob Davis ' i - " ""': ' , Rick Denis Q ft A Lorinda DesRochers ',' ., A, as A3 Q ,V-2, Jim Dick ' A L A 'H , "7 fi Q 4 Jane Dickson I K Dedra Dingley V, ,,,, - i J, A tar. " " ' Steve Dodson I ,KE , N , N A M M ff ,pvt A Q VA 2 , I' V, John Doolittle if V I7 , H HF. Bob Drake ' We P D 'G i 'U "' ' 4 G 1' l ' , , Betty Drury 3 x E :. V X ' ,, Alice Duff i '," I i ' Q ...f -ic 'M V. ii I i V X' H Brad Duffy ' . ,gf -, , , . . K 15" 4 f' V L" N 'J ' ki L' "" X 1 ' V, 'i , f. as We ' NI 1 , ive i E . f ugQyiz"if ,MG 'i'13'2z -' ' J , ef ' 9 fy , , . ., , hlw IQ: . K . f .' 'Q Q , , L .,-- -.xy r V. aa N i wif Q' N i it Four sophomore boys are elated over the junior varsity victory. i Fx a 'il ,K 4 W I x ' F' ' i V' "xM,i.,?ii.ik .Q , Q' '4 tv i ' , i , it -I K - - 'i 25 -' ' K 'ii sf,1f't: I X f fi .,.. ' F 'fi I , 4- .ll ' i at ,ig gat it L -, . g. .,, , k it Q .L f .::,.l..A , I I , , f, 1 , ik ,, W L if H33 ' ml' fl? 'f K 5?m , 'r'- - l Row 1: jay Dumont, Debbie Dunn. Row 2: Jim Elkinton, Sylvia Elliot, Mike Fallon. Row 3: Shannon Farmer, Rick Fielding, Lennie Filaseta. Row 4: Sherrie Flaman, Kathy Frame, Doug Franklin. Row 5: Michael Fransen, Cathy Fredrickson, Steve Froebe. Row 6: Candy Fowler, Allen Gaige, Bill Gaige, Anne Gale, John Gale, Pam Gallaher, Daniel Garlets, Dave Gates, Ray Geary, Gloria Geiser. Debby Gentry Kathy Getz John Gilhousen Rod Gill Tim Glenn Coralee Goodman Irma Goodwin Debbie Greiner Dave Guile wie, ,741 12? AN E ,,f.f.f,' 7 1- . ,553 EQ. me Q- 5 " --g- , L fffwb ', . .' ' ,,,1fu 'K 1,, 3 ,A K ' , ' ' """ " j .. 1 , ii',, i,,,,i, L ge ' 1 l iiiyo b , c z ',-i ' , s ibyyi H e yyy fa., wa - ii Mike Guischer M - .5E,v ' s ', ,,. 1 Ernie Gustafson ' ,i-,i Sb ' Mike Hajxcek , VV', ,i-: I -if ' James Hall ,jf ' Mike Hamilton Q. ' , Y ' Dee Hanseth ,L Shirley Hart ET ' - W 2' " K ral, szgglfl ,. 5 .,.:". - V cQf,:a2:l ,. i' -5' ff' 5 ' -- f"',,' ' gr' N ,i 5: ga 1 in . 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' P , ., f f ' nEfi1lf?' w s: fa :,:'zi,w,frs ,f1,-:vxw wegffsg. ax ., -e'E5?'l'1 Yf+i2glQ2'!1'f,if"1",' f 'f,i?2,2iff'fsfig5 51, Q3i?lfi '- ' .t' 1 . Wil l.i-i"!i3iIliilif:lifif'U - A Row 1: Linda Hartung, Roy Haskins. Row 2: Linda Hays, Amy Henderson, Sharon Herman. Row 3: Ace Hickman, Donna Hicks, Pam Hoag. Row 4: Wayne Hoffman, Dave Houghtaling, Linda Houghtaling. Row 5: Melody Huber, Dave Hughes, Kathy Hylland, Joe Imig, Marlene Ingebo, Lyle Isaak, Kathy Jacobson, Carol Johnson. Row 6: Joyce Johnson, Rick Johnson, Barbara Jolliffe, Chris Jones, Tim Kasnick,'Doug Kelly, Mike Kelly, Diane Kelsey, Barbara King. 86 lfig-:gf aa.- 'Env ,, MW., 3-:LV V, Li L"' ri i .7 , yu, 5, . mf Q . Donna King 73: ., l Q 1 f"- G10fiaKH011 G ' - 1 M, - .,,. 7 Q 2 - , 3 Candy Krenz , XL I, 'L Q l ' f fl iff. :L , 2,-V fig, k'V 2' L Cassie KullCk i f z gf ' jV :ggi - Bob Lauderdale ww L L s , , L " f li - L Roger!-awson VVV ,VSV Vi V ' V fi Terry Lawson - i f k 7 , 1 . LCFOY Leathers ' V '- -EQ Vickie Leavitt , "" ,, Patricia Lauby ' f C11ffLCePfff , L ,V ,f L' Li Bruce Lemuel V , VV A' lm Pat Lester ' 1 ' Lynn Lingo V ' :lf ,gin VVV' f LL r 4 L' L L 1 ' i f p ..-. jig ,15ff?igi,,',,jg 1 V V L 1 V 1. LL ' L A 4 15 ' - W ,,i, 41313. . YV: , , ,., - , mx, - .i 1 i at QLQLQI - LL? L f it... -W V. Vin . A AV , i-1, L L'A"'s:i- V '-1 ' -C 122 1-- lg:--iL7??f t ' Have a heart, fellows! This is my last quarter! ji A Vg, L' -f L L L - r L LL : LL- LLLL W A w ml ,.,, ,-"" 'rr f' - ' x-2 f f- . L 2 F ' 1 Q---1-,fill :fi 1- 'r', W 73, l -- r,,, , 1 - 'l YfL, LUlfLjXifl3 ' L e- ,, 1 Q H IVVL ,, - V ,K .n y . c- L "" ' - L L 7 LL L L F0 sa --m f, ,. , -. 3,-fY V '4 i, Ff2 :sLiLiLL'L' -ew ., .. .. , resell . L L a - . --r- .l L l a fff-as L L' E 2 if - s :M - Q - . ri ' , f 5 .. ,fn ,--, 12:1 nazi? an ..... l fr war- 0 " :- 1" rf A L 'V " ,-,r L eff ' V' L kdyqy ,V i K .Z 7 . ff 1 . ,Ab-x. S " 'Y-21:11 f A ,gl . -1 A 'w , .ru X Row 1: David Lipson, Marta Lipson. Row 2: John Lousignont, Vince Lowther, Melinda Lucas. Row 3: Patty Lynn, Randy McAllister, Robert McBain. Row 4: Dennis McCarthy, Gary Mc- Clellan, Cheryl McCraw. Row 5: Mike McGee, Zelda McLaughlin, Kathleen McPherren, Rick Macy, Ron Madsen, Gary Matlock, Vandee Mauser, Galen May. Row 6: Sherrie Mayfield, Rick Maxwell, Teddy Medaris, Carol Merriss, Linda Mesler, Chris Metteer, Denise Myers, Bob Miller, Al Miller, Steve Miller. 87 fi? , 6 ' Molly Mills sfizr yw . M 51,3 Qzxfffg g .Ia :gf 'L,' Sandi' M1115 1 .- iii i ' 'heyyy X Julie Mlrchell .V ,,,,, .- gre-M .1 , 'sp,,1::s,a:f . A 1 Debble Morgan g - SherrYM0rr1S W , M ft, .,,,, ,.,,,,,, , u V, . Alan Mur h ' , P P Y 1 W , . ' I Sand1 Neff 45 S wa 1 ' .'-,, ::.,:,pjfz'rf P ' ,... 11 1 -l.- 1 It 1: . A at sm-fl' sf '-'---- ,451 ., H P ,, 1 x 1 .. 1 -1 '-" l 1 ' "',- N , 4 1 l"' N- ' A 1 'L 1 VN P' 5 Fi ' ' 1 B111 Paul f 'H Pam Peters E Q Q , Cind Peterson t 1-' ,, , 2 gs K ff,,,g' ,lf21 - m r Q' Q 1 't if Kris Person 'A ' '7 ., fo " ,- -,t f Karl Pierson 1 ' "'- 2 5 ' M 1 Jerry Nelson Nick Nelson Kristine Nesheim Ron Newson Evelyn Olp jim Olson Yvonne Olson at ,,: : , s f Eat W asf M., ' A , J it if , 5, X,.,,nu ,.,, A . . .. . . ,1 V. ,- 31,-fy , .,,,,5-31, is . 1,1 . we-wsvg '- F ,xr 1 f , ZA 1. X 1 t V11 . F ii , , . .. i, ,J I ,J , ,JS L, 1 L., ' .1 ,1 S iff ' ,tr L t A - t., 'ji55f t 2 -- '- . 'H y fi C I 500 ' i 1 ome on guys. Push-ups 1sn t so manY. , , fe ' rar ,sw sf - -. , K , Y 1 lk Q P 553 ' . I ,I ... e ffl 'ft 7 ' J .V , 1 .3352 " 'Ql"s.44-,'?fftEQ 1 3 1 - Q K X 'e--L ' , w as -S , 1 wi S , S 3 if .. fi. ' V ' X M4559 f ' ' if V ,.-- 25 ,1 1 , AM f , ' f ,, ,, I +:,,11snw ,-,f A "f' if 5 5 :.:' f 1, Mfg:ff:,1 ' ilel , ss,'h , . , , -, - -- , ,ft g rf gf -L -v -- 1: ..., 'args , .,f 1- ,ww-vw - - a.4fTis'-- 1 - fr ---' " ' 1 1 Row 1: Ed Potter, Elaine Potter, Pam Powell. Row 2: Stephen Powell, Debbie Price, Frank Pyles. Row 3: Eddie Reaves, Mark Reynolds, Tim Rippee. Row 4: Frances Robbins, Regi Robinson, Ross Rooper. Row 5: Katey Rohde, john Roth, Merlene Routh. Row 6: Dave Row- land, Linda Ryan, Gail Sandercock, Carl Sanders, Margaret Sauls, Ken Savage, Gary Sawyer, Mary Schallhorn, Julie Schilling. Kathy Scrivner V, AA,. V' Patsy Schelby , fffif : -'V' t ' fl Bruce Shelquist " , . ' ,.',k',, , ' ' l,.:.,5Q? VY V it Barbara Shipley Q 'Q 1 ',,, L X V .,, 4 Marilyn Skipper , ' h, f V "H , - . A ' I . Sandy Skirving V' Q V " g.y' egg. f Linda Skov Q , t r, , , "',, V f i ya Geoff Smith . r rr,, ' K S Kathy Smith it far t -. . L L f Nt VW V "z' Linda smith PSX 5 . Q W Nancy Souders V, , ffigfafi M R , Q , ,Q ,.. 7 - Roger Sowell 'Q V w V e H " Q V, 'Q i' o - X A ' V A Mark Stinson V I N XVV , I ? A ,i ,. f , ' Kristy Strahm wr if I , l,4' I X4 Rich Strahm ' V V ., V, Hg V ,IAA 2 V355-, 5 , , ,, 1 A f i tg, . df " oi. A ' if , V rl.. , X ., . M A, , ,A F 'V .S - jimi, -' Phil Swaim JM 1 1--, ,V J Q lt v v ' V ' Dan Swick Via 1 ,Q ' Linda Tallman i', , V ' ,V ,- 2 af ' , Susan Temple ff", S L ' i A 'S 3 V S if A Q' 4 " K llr "I fi at ' 7' V' V ,4 V. - ' ,.VV 2 MQ , V , W 54 S ew in . ,V Afgif, 4 .-, , A Q- , ii-A L A 1 8 fbPr'1a:fl'1t :- I ifizzi if M. What could Vandee Mauser be looking at? 9 ,gggig ,,,.. 'W V A . , K" il' . V I' . J , :.V N. ,L V , A V V ga t 1 tw . -,,, V, , - . K is ,n 1 ,VV ,P fem In ww? A SV V , ,VV. yy g V V . ,, :M - K- K AVIA V E- i I ff? I xx Row 1: Scott Tenneson, Mike Thienes, Carolyn Thalman. Row 2: Jerry Thompson, Molly Urness, John Ulrich. Row 3: Bill VanNice, Linda Von Ahn, Steve Varburg. Row 4: Lona Walston, Janet Warzinski, Sue Ward. Row 5: Mary Jane Weeks, Dan Wheeler, Steven West. Row 6: Mike Wheeler, John Will, Janet Wilcox, Patti Willet, Ficlelis Wilson, Ralph Wilson, Jim Woods, Sue Wright, Eileen Yragui, Cathy Harris. 90 organizations 9 Nee shows us some dances from Thailand. Nee and Joy sneak off with the last of the pack- ages. american fiel loddoporn ngoo-fhomsorn 1 A a fl ,f ,ff Nee seems to have hit it off with Santa. It's never this cold in Thailand. ervice !,7g4zi'mmwxqx nf M ,WA 5 ll lil Mr. Hannifan points Thailand out to Mark as Nee looks on. x fy 5 It's a midnight raid by Nee and her sister Patty. Sharon, Patty, Nee, Mike, Mrs. Hannifan, Mr. Hannifan Mark, Diana. gg :LS ,M ks., sans M ,, Nee and Diana harmonize. Nee helps set the table. COHCSI' l I I Vice President: DALE KEEN EY Secretary-Treasurer: EVELYN ERICKSEN President Barry Frizzell toots a tremendous tune on his trumpet. Front row: Evelyn Ericksen, Barbara Meves, Becky Brower, Carolyn Bailey, Debbie J ' Wayne Hoffman, Mikki Horton, Carolyn Schwarm, Wendy Palmer, Vicki Kortge, Kathy son. Second row: Barbara Telfer, Terry Goff, Chris Pearson, Jill Anderson, Sherry I Janet Watkins, Alan Miller, Mark Stinson, Jody Hotka, Nancy Sawyer. Third row: Bennett, Carolyn Sampson, Thelma Sims, Sharon Brewer, Judy Lee, Vandee Mause Gustafson, Sherry Mayfield, Bodney Gill, Rich Strahm, Jerry Nelson, Brian Tom, Jon Randy McAllister, Barry Frizzell. Fourth row: Marilyn Sehwarm, Pat Thornton, Dean Jane Griffen, Steve Adkison, Jerry Thompson, Ken Denis, Bob Morris, Rick Johnston Carpenter, David Reed, Verne Hicks, Sara Holman z f I .. . I 9? V 2 Ei w W l 1 and This year The Dalles High School Concert Band brought pleasure to all who heard them. During the Football season, they added to the spirit with pep songs and rousing marches. At Christmas time the Band. mem- bers busied themselves with the selling of fruitcakes. They performed at fall, winter, and spring concerts and in Fe- bruary they traveled to Wy'east for the Wilco League Music Festival. cond row: Debbie Beal, Marilyn Sampson, Steve Bartell, Debbie rd, Mary Jane Weeks. Third row: Doug Sawyer, Ed Drury, Rick nis, Sherry Blaisdale, Mike Thienes, Ernie Gustafson, Loren Chap- n, Diane Sharpe. Fourth row: Linda Thomsen, Dee Hanseth, David tes, Chris Soloy, Mike Bradley, Jim Turnbull, and Dale Keeney. M Band Twirlers: Mary Jo Willcox, Denise Opitz, Linda Skov. boosfe Front row: Maja Allen, Jackie Spencer, Susan Davis, Verna Louisgnout, Barbara Telfer, Diane Schroeder, Laddaporn Ngao-Thamsarn, Vicki Smith, Gloria Moore, Carol Bailey, Diane Sharpe. Fourth row: Diana Sipe, Jamie Tenneson. Second row: Brenda Webber, Betty Marilyn Sampson, Kathy Simpson, Nancy Usinger, Vickie Schunke, Cindy Stinson, Ellen Ryssdal, Blarney Cul- Kortge, Patty Will. Fifth row: Nancy Remington, Kay pepper, Francine Adams. Third row: Carolyn Sampson, Reiman. President Ellen Ryssdal enters the gym for an other morning Booster session. First semester officers: Vice President: FRANCINE ADAMS Secretary: JACKIE SPENCER Treasurer: JOAN HENRICKS Detail Officer: SHARYN BOTTOM Roll Taker: BRENDA WEBBER Quartermaster: SUSAN DAVIS Historian: DONNA DEMAURO Second semester officers: Vice President: CINDY STINSON Secretary: JACKIE SPENCER Treasurer: JOAN HENRICKS Detail Officer: SHARYN BOTTOM Roll Taker: NORMA CIMMIYOTTI Quartermaster: SUSAN DAVIS Historian: DONNA DEMAURO irls Front row: Barbara Jones, Norma Cimmiyotti, Suzanne Heisler, Betsy Merris, Lynette Roberts, Sharyn Bottom, Patti Lindner,Carol Jean Ballinger. Second row: Anne Jennings, Joan Henricks, Becky Brower, Eunice Cohoon, Booster Girls is a drum and bugle marching corps, a booster club for athletic events, and a community service organiza- tion. The girls march in various local pa- rades, including the annual Thanksgiving parade, as well as a few parades in Port- land. They support football, basketball, wrestling, and baseball games and stage halftime shows for football and basketball. Boosters also help in community drives throughout the year, such as the March of Dimes. r'r'f'l ,V " g J ,:,, - 9 jean Gallipo, Diana Hannifan. Third row: Barbara Meves, Sylvia Kosse, Chris Jensen, Linda Bisset, Mary jo Burn, Ellen Bailey, Gwen Biede, Sheila Bowen, Coleen Brady, Mary Jean Miller, Sheila Kelly, Becky Kribs. Majorette Maja Allen anticipates another great Booster show. Maja Allen shows off some of her talent. drum and Bugle Front row: Verna Lousignont, Susan Davis, Diana Harmifan. Second row: Ioan Henricks, Norma Cimmiyotti, Jackie Spencer, Gloria Moore, Anne Jennings, Ellen Ryssdal, Betsy Merriss. Third row: Chris Jensen, Vicki Kortge, Sheila Bowen Kay Reiman, Patty Will, Nancy Usinger. 98 Gwen Biede Sylvia Kosse Becky Kribs Barbara Telfer Suzanne Heisler Lynette Roberts jean Gallipo Cindy Stinson Brook Kaser orps Becky Brower, Sharyn Bottom, Kathy Simpson, Sheila Kelly, Mary Jo Byme, Brenda Webber. Coleen Brady Peggy Remington Joy Hattenhauer Mary jean Miller Francine Adams Patti Linclner Carol Bailey Laddaporn Ngao-Thamsarn, Diane Sharpe, Linda Bisset, Anne Gallaher, Eunice Cohoon, Betty Schunke, Donna DeMauro, Carolyn Sampson, Ellen Bailey, Diane Schroeder, Barbara Meves, Marilyn Sampson, Jamie Tenneson, Diana Sipe, Carol Jean Ballinger, Jo Anne Culpepper. ' choir Front row: Barbara Adkins, Linda Skov, Alice Parsons, Marta Lipson, Cheri Davis, Shary Bottom, Sue Wright, Lee Lacey, Sylvia Elliot, Pam Powell, Sylvia Roome. Second row: Lind Hartung, Coralee Goodman, Wadonna Hodges, Murial Farrar, Frank Adams, Jim Bailey, Alle Gaige, Mike Cates, Jim Woods, Gloria. Moore, Yvonne Hartung. Third row: Carolyn Norelius Cathy Blakely, Patti Willet, Cindy Stinson, Mike Simpson, Jay Gleason, Mark Roth, Rand Aveline, Debi Gray. Fourth row: Janet Remington, JoAnne Culpepper, Robin Wagenblast Kris Pearson, Maja Allen, Rick Brown, Brad Duffy, David Reed, Jeff Krier, Larry Bellamy Greg Miller. Vice President: SHARYN BOTTOM Secretary-Treasurer: RICK BROWN Chairmen: WADONNA HODGES CHERI DAVIS Could joe Adams, president, be trying out for accompanist? 1 row: Barbara Sandvol, Linda eeter Elizabeth Brock, Glenda Verna Lousignont. Second Alice Duff, Patsy Melum, Jerri Betty Schunke. Third row: , Patty Lynn, Jean Gal- Rosanna Larson. Fourth row: Tallman, Judy Holbrook, Janet Betty Tallman. O This year Choir has been very active and has given many concerts. After the fall concert, the next big event was the Christmas concert where they presented a pageant with the help of the drama department. In February they competed in the Wilco League Musical Festival at Reynolds, and came home with top honors. In March they participated in the Mid-Columbia Music Festival which was held here in The Dalles. The Harmonaires consist of selected Choir members. They have performed in numerous places this year and DHS is proud to have them represent our school. ENSEMBLE includes: Front row: Karen Hawkins, Cheri Davis, Sharon Bottom, Wadonna Hodges, Robin Wagenblast, Mary Jo Willcox, Leslie Kilgore, Yvonne Hartung, Gloria Moore Elizabeth Brock. Second row: Mike Simpson, Jim Bailey, Joe Adams, Rick Brown, Jeff Krier Greg Miller, Mike Cates. tt 17 club From left clockwise: Bob Krein, Steve Cochenour, Jerry Ramsey, Pat Lester, Lloyd Clark, Al Morrison, Brian Scholtes, Dean Wilcox, Bob Geary, Doug Stroh, Ken Biede, John McGaughey, Jim Eberhardt, Brian Kelly, Eric Davenport, Brian Dumont, Dave Bonn, Bob Keys, Lee Williams, Gene Eberhardt, Scott Beer, Doug Douthit, Steve Lucas, Loren Chapman, Jo Adams, Rick Brown, Marty Matherly, Brian Kelly, Ernie Gustafson, Bob Mor- President Bob Krein poses prettily for the photo- grapher. ris, Rich Strahm, Jim Bailey, Doug Bansch, Joe Imig, John Caldwell, Don Smith, Otto Peterson. Left inner row clockwise: John Oliver, Ken Denis, Jim Slusher, Mike Bradley, Dale Durfee, Quinton Smith, Gary Gallaher, Roger Ott, Tim Sipe, Mark Reynolds, Right inner row clockwise: Luther Goin, Terry Harmon, Col- in Call, Leo Trautmen, Mike Bartell, Bob Cimmyotti, Jim Schlager. Vice President: JOHN OLIVER Secretary-Treasurer: JOHN CALDWELL A.S.B. Representative: BOB KREIN D Club is an organization open to all boys who have received a letter in any major sport at DHS. D Club, along with G.A.A., sponsors the biggest event of the year, Homecoming, and they are also responsible for Twirp Season held in the spring. D Club members sell programs at the athletic events in order to raise money for their organization. They also have a special section reserved for them in every assembly. Each year a scholarship is given by the club to an outstanding DHS sportsrnan. Jerry Ramsey Pat Gallagher Bob Krem Bob Geary and Jlm Eberhardt relax after puttmg the fmxshmg touches on the bonfxre Pow- Phil J er- Griff Mike Hall, Jay Max- boys' league .ir Gene Eberhardt, Bob Krein, Jim Eberhardt, Doug Sawyer, John Caldwell, Dan Kelly. , f President Gene Eberhardt looks to higher power for guidance. Vice President: DOUG SAWYER Secretary: JIM EBERHARDT Treasurer: JOHN CALDWELL Sergeant-At-Arms: BOB KREIN JOHN BERKI Boys' League is an organization to which all boys belong. Its purpose is to create a better atmosphere be- tween the students, their instructors, and their school through organized activities which will promote the ideals of scholarship, leadership, sportsmanship, and good citizenship. Once a month a committee chooses a Senior as boy of the month, and at the end of the year the boy of the year is chosen from one of them. The boys also sponsor the Senior-faculty basketball game. girls' athletic association Left to right: Sandra Hinshaw, Kathy Beck, Connie Clifford, Molly Mills, Linda Skov, Regina Brock, Sue Trubachik, George McClanahan, Becki Baker, Thelma Sims, Vickie Leavitt, Linda Mesler. Second row: Diane Kelsey, Eileen Yragui, Gloria Geyser, Lona Walston, Valerie Inge- bo, Coleen Brady, Joan Chambers, Marlene Ingebo, Mary Jo Willcox, Kathy Brown, Pam Gallaher, Julie Schilling, Barbara King, Regi Robinson. Third row: Susan Arestad, Anne Gale, Debbie Card, Linda DesRochers, Jan Zutz, Kathy Davidson, Cindy Peterson, Molly Urness, Julie Mitchell, Barbara Telfer, Carolyn Norelius, Suzanne Heisler, Joyce Johnson, Debbie Gentry. Vice President: DOROTHY SCHOLES Secretary-Treasurer: KATHY BROWN A.S.B. Representative: DEBBY CARD G.A.A. is a club promoting sports such as badminton, tennis, skiing, volleyball, basketball, and bowling. By participating in these sports, the girls earn points. This year, two active teams are volleyball and basketball. The girls also held a Play-Day this year and invited other schools to come and participate. President Molly McCoy studies away her noon hour future former Front row: John Lousignont, Steve Baldwin, Gary Meyer, Bradley, Brian Tom, Dan Mauser, Sweetheart Vicki Scott Baldwin. Second row: Suzy Gray, Jamie Tenneson, Faught, John McGaughey, Mike Ignowski, Jim Head Juanita Shaw, Valerie Graham, Nancy Carey, Candy ings, Bill Carey, Terry Cramer. Fowler. Third row: Jim Elkinton, Frank Pyles, Mike liiillww lvdlllkkm i2ffC'?33ff THAN FAMJYNCZ President John McGaughey displays the FFA slogan. Vice President:DAN MAUSER Secretary: MONTY MALCOLM Treasurer: BRIAN TOM Centennial: ROGER LEWIS Reporter: JIM HEADINGS f america John McGaughey welcomes Sweetheart Vicki Faught into F.F.A. The Future Farmers of Amer- ica is an organization for stu- dents enrolled in Vocational Ag- riculture. Each year members participate in activities such as livestock judging, soil judging, shop skills, crops identification, public speaking, and parliament- ary procedure contests, and the State and National conventions. The other activities include an annual banquet, conducting sev- eral community service projects, and exhibiting livestock, crops, and farm mechanics at the Ore- gon Wheat League, junior Live- stock Show, Wasco County Fair, State Fair, and Pacific Interna- tional Livestock Exposition. F.F.A. boys put their agricultural knowledge to work plucking chickens. President Janet Powell adjusts the pin she was presented as state FHA president. future homemaker: Vice President: CAROL JEAN BALLINGER Secretary: LINDA MORIOKA Treasurer: JOANNE CULPEPPER Parliamentarianz SUZANNE HEISLER Historian: CINDY STINSON A.S.B. Representative: TERESA HOGUE Front row: Teresa Hogue, Carol Jean Ballinger, Linda Morioka, Janet Powell, Chris Jensen, Cindy Stinson, Suzanne Heisler, JoAnne Culpepper. Second row: Teddy Medaris, Ellen Bailey, Linda Johnson, Nee Ngao- Thamsarn, Stephanie O'Meara, Becki Baker, Vicki Smith, Charlotte Grant, Juanita Shaw. Third row: Di- ana Sipe, Marilyn Sampson, Vicki Faught, Sandy Brand- ham, Betty Tallman, DiAnne Fentress, Rosanna Larsen, Colleen McKay, Patti Shaver, Patti Lindner, Jackie Spencer, Carolyn Bailey. Fourth row: Gloria Petty, Carolyn Sampson, Jan Zutz, Jamie Tenneson, Patsy Melum, Sharyn Bottom, Dutch Henricks, Theresa Schallhorn, Karen Ropp, Betty Schunke, Karen Hawkins. Fifth row: Janet Thomas, Verna Louisgnont, Sheila Bowen, Joy Hattenhauer, Susan Arestad, Susan Temple, Anne Jennings, Chris Todd, Kathy Simpson, Peggy Hickman, Sharon Morinville, Mary Klindt. f america Any girl who has taken Home Econo- mics and is interested in homemaking can be a member of Future Homemakers of America. The Teacher's Barbecue was the first important activity of FHA this year. They started a seasonal display at the new library and held a Mother's Reception and Fashion Show in December among other numerous activities. FHA in The Dalles was honored this year by having the state president, Janet Powell. Janet Powell, Juanita Shaw, and Karen Ropp present FHA valen tines to a secretary at the Mid-Columbia State Home. Board members, Suzanne Heisler, Chris Jensen, Teresa Hogue, Cindy Stinson, Janet Powell, Mary Klindt, JoAnne Culpepper, Carol Jean Ballinger, and Linda Morioka look at some pages from the old scrapbook. Back top to bottom: John LaVeille Gary Sawyer Sharon Walter Debi Gray Linda Hays Melinda Lucas Kathy Beck ,Ioan Henricks Margaret Hoffman Diane Schroeder Cindy Stinson Carol Jean Ballinger Front top to bottom: Robert Miller Stephanie O'Meara Eunice Cohoon Pam Mills Betsy Merriss Molly Urness Gwen Jolly Barbara Telfer Donna DeMauro Patti Lindner Jean Gallipo latin club ' XJ , N' international relations league Left to right: Margaret Hoffman Jeannette Griswold Trudy Doolittle Wayne Hoffman Bill Clayson future nurses ofomericc: Front row: Kris Pearson, Chris Lash, Thelma Sims, Teresa Hogue, Lona Walston. Second row: Carolyn Sampson, Becky Kribs, Cindy Sandercock, Di Anne Fentress, Linda Mesler, Gail Sandercock, Patti Willet.. Third row: Penny Hoag, Diana Sipe, Pam Hoag, Terry Cole, Nancy Bailey, Karen Jolliffe, Anne Gale, Kathy Beck. Vice President: THELMA SIMS Secretary-Treasurer: TERESA HOGUE The Dalles General Hospital Junior Auxiliary, better known as Future Nurses, consists of high school girls who plan to make nursing their career. One night a week each girl works for two hours at the hospital, gaining valuable experience for her future, whether or not she plans to be a nurse. These girls also help out at the local blood bank and the Red Cross. President Chris Lash arranges a bouquet of flowers before a formal installation of members. girls' league Seated: Brenda. Webber, Vicki Smith, Chris Todd, Chris Roberts, Judy Harwood, Ellen Ryssdal, Sheila Kelly, Jensen, Sharyn Bottom. Standing: Joy Hattenhauer, Jo- Francine Adams. Not pictured: Karen Hawkins, Patti Anne Culpepper, Theresa Schallhorn, Joan Henricks, Lindner. Kathy Simpson, Linda Johnson, Suzanne Heisler, Lynette Vice President: SHARYN BOTTOM Secretary: CHRIS JENSEN Treasurer: VICKI SMITH A.S.B. Representative: BRENDA WEBBER President Chris Todd studies the minutes of the last meeting. Sherrie Mayfield tags Kathy Brown in the Powderpuff foot- ball game. All girls at DHS belong to Girls' League. Its purpose is to bring the girls closer together and to make the new girls feel more at home. Some activities include a Big 'n' Little Sis- ter Party in the fall for the Senior and Soph- omore girls. The theme this year was "Around The World in 80 Days" and the girls came costumed from different coun- tries. Powderpuff football and basketball was also held during the year to earn money for scholarships. Girl of the month is be- stowed on one deserving Senior girl each month, and the girl of the year is chosen from these. Senior Big Sisters show their little sisters a highly intellectual game: ring-around the-rosy ? ? honor sociefy FX -. G53 5 .3 1 Carolyn Carol Jean Eunice JoAnne Cheri Tflfdl' EYCIYD Bailey Ballinger Cohoon Culpepper DaV1S D00l1ffle Er1CkSCI1 fn , -in V in ,Qs mf uv- Si X I . Jeannette Joy Suzanne JoAn Margaret Brian Griswold Hattenhauer Heisler Henricks Hoffman KellY qyq. Louis Elaine Mike PatsY Janet Kerege Kniesteadt Lowe Melum Powell Front row: Linda Morioka, Betsy Merris, Diane Sharpe. Second row: Ann Gallagher, Nancy Sawyer, Kathy Davidson. Third row: Becky Kribs, Barbara Meves, Coleen Brady, Jan Zutz, Sandy Branham, Sheila Bowen. itx 'f . x Karen Theresa Ropp Schallhorn Front row: Molly McCoy, Marilyn Schwarm. Chris Jensen. Second row: Dorothy Scholes, Karen Jolliffe,Nancy Usinger. Third row: Jody Hotka, Rodger Walcker, John Caldwell. Fourth row: John Call, Buddy Smith, Bill VanVactor, Larry Williams, Gloria Petty. pep bond z - - 1 , ey- 1--iv- Front row: Jim Turnbull, Dale Keeney, Rick Johnston, Terry Goff, David Reed. Second row: Carolyn Schwarm, Jill Anderson, Marilyn Schwarm, Janet Watkins, Brad Bennett, Debbie Beall. Third row: Mike Thienes, Barry Frizzell, Randy McAllister, Ed Drury, Brian Tom, John Ulrich. Pep Band is an organization of selected mem- bers of the concert band. This group accompanies each basketball and football game with jazz tunes and fight songs. During pep assemblies and send offs, they contribute to the uproar. President Dale Keeney shines his trombone be- fore a game. quill ond scroll Karen Hawkins, Patti Lindner, Lynette Roberts, Linda Johnson, Cindy Stinson, Diana Hanni- fan, Vicki Smith, John LaVei1le. Quill and Scroll is an honorary organization for students who have had two years of journalism. safely club Left to right: Pat Thornton, Yvonne Hartung, Rick Denis, Janet Powell, Blaine Fielding, Linda Ryan, Ken Cichy, Valerie Ingebo, John Call, Ken Denis. Vice President: KEN DENIS Secretary: JANET POWELL Treasurer: BLAINE FIELDING A.S.B. Representative: YVONNE HARTUNG Safety Club is an organization open to all students. Its purpose is to promote safe driving. Each year, Safety Club has different projects. One of their main proj- ects this year, in co-operation with the local police, has been to select a safe driv- er of the month and present him with a "citation" President Pat Thornton puts the finishing touches on a safety poster. vorsify rally squad Chris Todd, Vicki Faught, Linda Morioka, Linda Johnson. l.v. ro y . I I Kathy Brown, Glorla Knoll, Molly Mills Vicki Faught W' 5? ? 3 Yell Captain: Linda Johnson Linda Morioka Chris Todd ski club Left to right: Charlene Egbert, Linda Morioka, Diane Sharpe, Ellen Bailey, Geoff Smith, Joe Imig, Becki Baker, Chris Jensen, Molly Mills, Valerie Ingebo, Phil Foote, Linda Skov, Mike McGee, Tom Kelly. Second row: Mary Jo Byrne, Mike Kelly, Colin Call, Lona Walston, Coleen Brady, Sandy Skirving, Gary Fisk, Bob McCon- nell, Sam Woolsey, Patty Will, Molly McCoy, Sandi Neff, Kay Reiman, Kathy Simpson. Third row: Mike Byrne, Janet Watkins, Brad Bennett, Jo Anne Culpepper, Muriel Farrar, Gwen Biede, Vicki Kortge, Pam Mills, Theresa Schallhorn, Teddy Medaris, Mike Penners, Kathy Brown, Vice President: MARY JO BYRNE Secretary: SHEILA KELLY Treasurer: SUSAN TEMPLE A.S.B. Representative: ROSS ROOPER This year, members of Ski Club have been making trips to Cooper's Spur during the snowy season. The club members leave early Saturday morning and spend the whole day skiing in the beautiful snow and sun. Any interested student who wishes may join. Al LaFrenz, Gloria Geiser, Jim Craig, Kerry Quint, Dor- othy Scholes, Patti Peters, Susan Temple. Fourth row: Dennis McCarthy, Keller Mohagen, John Phipps, Kim Hawksley, John Mengis, Dirk Tibbetts, Preston Leavitt, Patti Shaver, Sharon Brewer, Carolyn Sampson, Becky Kribs, Sheila Kelly, Marilyn Sampson, Debby Card, Peg- gy Remington. Fifth row: Ross Rooper, John Sargent, Stuart Exall, Jim Brown, John Lewis, Larry Claggett, Mike Lowe, Linda Houghtaling, Jon Mitchell, Julie Mitchell, Dave Bonn, Diana Sipe, Brian Kelly, Nancy Usinger, Sherrie Flaman, Mary Jean Miller. President Tom Kelly looks up the proper care for a broken leg. speech squad ' Left to right: Cathy Blakely, Susan Temple, Julie Dowell, Mike Byrne, Vicki Smith, Beth Schlager, Becki Baker, Nancy Carey, Connie Clifford, Margaret Hoffman, Anita Zehrung. lf ESE! Speech Squad president Julie Dowell gives an- other one of her long-winded speeches. Vice President: VICKI SMITH Secretary: BECKI BAKER Treasurer: SUSAN TEMPLE A.S.B. Representative: MARGARET HOFFMAN Speech Squad is an organization de- voted to the art of 'Sspeech-making." As- sociated with the National Forensics League, the squad competed in both local and statewide tournaments this year, in- cluding speech mects at Canby and Pacific University. 2 steelhead Cindy Stinson: Editor Typical day for Bob Jones, Al Morrison, Steve Smith, Bobby Keys, Larry Richey, and Ken Denis, STEEL- HEAD photographers. Linda Johnson shows Sheri Gustafson, Valerie Ingebo, Bet- ty Schunke, Trudy Doolittle, Linda Morioka, Pam Daly and Terry Goff how to work the dry-mount press. Patti Lindner: Business Manager Suzy Gray, Barbara Jones, Donna DeMauro, Karen Hawkins, Grace Buckles, Peggy Hickman and Sharon Morinville contemplate lay-outs for next year's STEELHEAD. fillicum 624 'wx . +L A , j s, f' fr Anne Jennings, DiAnne Fentress, Marty Matherly, John Mengis, and Lynette Roberts look over Tillicum pictures. So this is what Tom Kelly ohn LaVeil1e , J , Becki Baker, and Connie Dunlap do in Tilli- Cum. X ' Vicki Smith Business Manager Dave Thouvenel Sports Editor Eileen Westphal, John Caldwell, Julie Dowell, Bob Seufert look over a Tillicum. Reporters Mary Lynn Ackerman, Dorothy Scholes, Connie McFadden, and Wendy Palmer return from a day of gathering news Hwespions ed to drama in secondary schools. To be a mem- ber, a person must show active interest and par- ticipate in activities. Thespians is part of the Fine Arts Department of DHS. Their fall play was You Can't Take It With You which drew an au- dience of 700 people. In February they presented to the grade schools of District 12 An Hour With Aesop. They also worked on the musical Carni- val! Vice President: CHERI DAVIS Secretary: ANITA ZEHRUNG Treasurer: ROBIN WAGENBLAST - A.S.B. Representative: MARTA LIPSON President Walter Harrington shows a poster from fall production. Front row: Theresa Schallhorn, Walter Harrington, Brad Duffy, Tom Moser, Mike Wheeler. Second row: Betty Schunke, Cheri Davis, Marta Lipson, Cathy Fredrickson, Mike Penners, John LaVeille. Third row: Cathy Blakely, Julie Dowell, Di Anne Fentress, Anita Zehrung, Gloria Geiser, Robin Wagenblast. Thespians is a national organization dedicat- ushers Ushers was organized in 1941 as a service organization to DHS and the community. Mem- bers usher at various activities, including commu- nity concerts, band and choir concerts and plays. Each year, girls who would like to join try out in the fall. Girls are chosen on the basis of poise, personality, appearance and voice. Vice President: CHRIS JENSEN Secretary: LYNETTE ROBERTS Treasurer: DOROTHY SCHOLES A.S.B. Representative: KATHY SIMPSON President Francine Adams peels an orange for her lunch at noon hour. Left to right: Vicki Faught, Patti Peters, Chris Jensen, Ellen Bailey, Dorothy Scholes, Sharyn 'Bottom, Patti Cathy Blakely, Linda Morioka, Molly Mills, Sue Wright, Lindner, Joyce Sorenson. Third row: Chris Todd, Gwen Lynette Roberts, Ann Gallagher, Second row: Kathy Biede, Susan Arestad, Anne Gale, Francine Adams, Sheila Simpson, Barbara Meves, Ellen Ryssdal, Linda Johnson, Kelly, Coleen Brady, Joy Hattenhauer, Susan Temple. organizations Future Homemakers Joy Hattenhauer, Eunice Co- hoon and Oregon FHA President Janet Powell mix up a concoction. The ensemble entertains at the Christmas formal. ua The Rally Squad gets together for a little chat. F I The DHS stage band rehearses. n ocfion ing Day parade. Caroline Norelius, Patti Willet, Alice Duff and Betty Tallman try out Mr. Car- penter's harpsichord just before choir. Boosters march in the Thanksgiv- Rain, snow, hail or illness, Evelyn Ericksen is there to tap Barbara Telfer into National Honor Society. Thespians take a break after giving An Hour With Aesop to Wilson Grade School kids. gpm, WM V ' ' Q fm- y I Q.-0 Q sfudenf life Chris Todd and Gene Eberhardt, girl and boy of the month of September, are caught in the act of entering the new public library. a-2 'Blk C-'if 'n :,,l kiw"!,. T L41 lil! lr! il lm! il ilvmfr' Some students have trouble getting back into the old routine. Hey Becky! Make those low- ly junior Boosters shape up. 130 sep fember . -:Q ww 1552 .. The September sun shines through an open window on Dave Cowan as he works industriously in the industrial arts room. wy'ec1sf day , xx My 5 The DHS band swings! Yeli Captain Linda Johnson set the spmt with her crazy hat on Wy'east Day. .., ',-, -Q. -ffvw,.3 .V --,A u. . U , ,, ,gi - f- -1 ' - f .- .1 V , . ,' A ..s....,.p,.,. Jim Bailey hands off to Don Smith during the first game of a successful season Mary Jo's Pepsi seems to be flat. big and liHle sisfer porfy The girls wore costumes appropriate to the theme of "Around the World in Eighty Days." Going fishing, Joan? pioneer doy Quick action results in a DHS victory over Sandy. Cassie Kulick and Kris Neshim enjoy a leisurely lunch during the activities of Pioneer Day. Touchdown again for DHS! 133 Coach Harmon shouts encouragement??? to the defensive unit on the field. winning season VARSITY FOOTBALL SCORES O The Dalles Wy'east The Dalles Molalla The Dalles Sandy The Dalles Estacada The Dalles Canby The Dalles Parkrose The Dalles Jesuit The Dalles Silverton The Dalles Reynolds gy! Front row: Steve Lucas, Jim Schlager, Doug Sawyer, Lee Williams, Jim Bailey, Eric Davenport Second row: Tim Sipe, Doug Smith, Don Smith, John Oliver, Bob Krien, Mark Reynolds Skip Macy. Third row: Dave Bonn, Mike Bradley, Gene Eberhardt, Gary Gallagher, Tom Kelly Dave Rooper. Captain Leo Trautman leads the team onto the field at the Indians first en- counter of the year. or vorsify foofboll FINAL WILCO LEAGUE STANDINGS Jesuit 8-1 Parkrose 8- 1 The Dalles 7-2 Wy'east 6-3 Reynolds 6-3 Estacada 4-5 Silverton 3-6 Sandy 2-7 Molalla 1-8 Canby 0-9 Manager Kim Hawksley looks on as sta- tistician Dave Thouvenel beams at the final results of the Jesuit game. Front row: Mike Ignowski, Otto Peterson, Dennis Morgan, Marty Matherly, Steve Cochenour, Brian Kelly. Second row: Jim Eberhardt, Al Morrison, John Kelly, Leo Trautman, Quinton Smith, Dean Wilcox, Mike Bartell. Third row: Jim Turnbull, Jay Avery, Bob Geary, Brian Scholtes, John McGaughey, Doug Stroh. ' Gene Eberhardt struggles for yardage against a DHS opponent. ,Jilin Lib' X' John Kelly Bob Krien Leo Trautman Mi f 1525 Doug Stroh Brian Kelly John Oliver Skip Macy and Tom Kelly Jim Schlager Steve Cochenour Doug Sawyer Bob Geary , 'H Gene Eberhardt Dave Bonn Jim BHUCY John McGaughey .a,,,.s..,,M..il-V.-W s-,WW L.,, ,,..,.,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,, good record for junior vorsify ,L MO Front row: Dave Hughes, Steve Alexander, Jim Woods, Nick Nelson, Jerry Culpepper, Rick Macy, Steve Froebe, Frank Adams, Jim Dick, Dan Wheeler, Pat Lester. Second row: Terry Lawson, Tim Kasnick, Steve Bartell, Jim Headings, Tom Moser, Chris Soloy, Mark Waters, Carl Saunders, Bruce Shelquist, John Chambers. Third rowz, Joe Imig, Mark Reynolds, Tony Commander, Tim Rippee, Bob Cimmiyoti, Doug Kelly, Jeff Krier, Ace Hickman, Jay Gleason. The Dalles The Dalles The Dalles The Dalles The Dalles The Dalles The Dalles The Dalles The Dalles Managers: Joe Imig and John Chambers J, V. sooREs 7 Q Wy east Pendleton Sherman Sandy Jesuit Reynolds Estacada Wy'east Wahtonka Coaches: Dick Schmidt and Jerry Wherley cross counfry feom fakes disfricf 3 Front row: Leonard Filaseta, managerg Bob Morris, Lloyd Clark, Rich Strahm, Ernie Gustafson, John Caldwell. Second row: Rodger Ott, Bob Keys, Doug Douthit, Brian Dumont, Loren Chap- man, Ken Bicde. Third row: Dave Lipson, Tim Glenn, Jody Hotka, Larry Powell, jon Ulrich, Phil Swaim, Tom Lawson, Brad Bennett, Larry Beck. Coach Al Miller DISTRICT MEET RESULTS Qlo The Dalles Parkrose Molalla Jesuit Reynolds Sandy Estacada Wy'east Rodger Ott looks on as Lloyd Clark cleans the district trophy with Bob Keys' sweater. w score winsj .v vos October girl of the month, Vicki Smith, watches as october Leo Trautman, boy of the month, proves his pro- ficiency at playing a. piano. No wonder Barnett's Blimps lost with these five as a rally squad. The all-girl teams fight hard during the annual Powder Puff game. The skit produced by the DHS Boosters helped pro- mote spirit for the game with Parkrose. homecoming Peggy Remington and Mary Jane Miller contribute to the beautification of junior territory. "DH Club uses a crane to place the out- house on top of the bonfire. Doug Bansch gives a helping hand to a lowly sophomore who has fallen into the bonfire. The big rush is on for a Homecoming date with Jody. ...pw ,' The outhousc is a regular hangout for an assort- ment of characters. My Bob Keys goes romping through downtown The Dalles as he leads the serpentine for Homecoming '66 Vicki Faught leads the crowd in a rousing yell after the long sepentine. l The Dalles High School Seniors observed their last high school bonfire during Homecoming week. The stampede is ready to begin to the bonfire after the pep rally. The varsity cheerleaders cast a silhouette against the blazing bonfire. 4 1 I 2 Tom Kelly prepares for an- other fielcl goal during the Homecoming game when the Indians beat Silverton. Jim Bailey seems to be say- ing, "Hey guys, here I am.' Dogpile ! ! , , .. Maw., .a ,i.,,.,..,v....,,,,Wq,,m, .,,a.....,,,..., 4..,,....i..., ,.am,m,,,,1.-..u,,....w.,....,....W,M w...,......M. ,aunwmqriwii .uma .,,s,,fs,il sf .. F jifiigfgfi 'I ::,2'.::- '::'.. , fix: :D ' , if - , W l P' Y 4 1 4 i ' 12 Yfzdcwfu ,ws .,f r 1. 1 2 X . , ,A , . .,.,1.,,E: if TQ ' of 5' 5. 9 Zi' , 3 iw? A M Qifiwrmf ia. g, - fQrm'3s?sHiez - is 5 wrwny, my M f'2g92s:sf:?ws21 fe X .. 4 . . fs 1 Y ma 'Wx vp -4... P? - -an f M- Jxww 1 : . ,. .. WS- .ME Bm in we as Z gf zm4z2:'fwi:.f,,1 fiiifi-ilif?wfi?el?2'212: Qui 222735 iiirfwiliflf swamfr?19:,:1ww Q, AEf,..1x. ..,...f.. . w . .. .. , Auf .. s s. ,, ,. x,, V, iw ,im ,111 ., , . V. ,. -sw . W My gi..,,,L.wx ,L Vp.. wr , z,g5,qff1,,,yx,fx2lig1r 2 315:35 ' 'T ?::jg,i.l?,Q -- , -- V- ,,., , 4 L ,, ,A , Ellen Ryssdal, Senior princess, Jehm Coombs, junior princess, and Mary Schall- horn, sophomore princess, observe the football game from the second floor of the school prior to halftime ceremonies. The Cheetahs of Portland provided the music for the Homecoming dance. Ellen Ryssdal shows surprise at being chosen the 1966 Homecoming queen. cgi . i 9 Did someone say the dance was formal? Queen Ellen Ryssdal waves to the crowd as she leaves Amaton Field. nmernming Glnuri 1955 Q Y. J Fkffwxl ophomore Princess Mary Schallhorn P 5 Ig KX . yi Q, SQ, . L.f"s- k.,fw.5-,v.fYt,xf,f.f MYR' XJ Vyfxv?-K.fx C53 A XX Kkwikfg L Lg eQ'fiQsfm N t5LQ,f,f?N1 x -5 gf . G x X ,, f f kk.. fs s pf VN X' Q LU. Ngdxf f'NXx,q'lEv Xxx GMU' ,. ..1'-Q,fL,vg52-X Q5-L !'Qfx.L, 13'-'A-l"'vgi, Bak' 'nfK1f"WQ:'LfX.f' Qgzbi f ,f ax X , ' LI 5 I Na G, A A 1 .T AE N If,-X-.M O ,mm h by 5-'L , 'X XJ .,:. UL s 3, XX , unior Princess Jehm Coombs Girl of the month for November, Francine Adams, prepares to catch the boy of the month,John Kelly. iafefgbf l'lOV9l'l'lb9l" i.w Larry Williams and Don Smith study in the library! Mr. DeBusmzm leads the Harmonaires in their fall concert. I4-6 Jim Baily and Sharyn Bottom provide enter- tainment at the Thanksgiving assembly. Don Smith, Eric Davenport, and Mark Reynolds tempor- arily warm the bench during the game with Reynolds High School. Brian Kelly receives his first star for an intercepted pass. The last football pep rally of the year is a memorable event. Jim Schlager receives his fifth star of the 1966 season. an 31? , . .,gA?!AYl:ff if S f. l,,,lii-grit, is yi' .L you con'f folc CAST Penny Sycamore ,,,,,,,,..,,.,,,,,...... Robin Wagenblast Egsle ,,,,,,,,.,,,.,,,,,,,,,, ,,.,,.,,,,,,..., T heresa Schallhorn Kathy Smith John Gilhousen Mike Wheeler Brad Duffy Walter Harrington Grandpa Martin Vanderhof ............ Pat Fitzgerald ' . Julie Dowell Rheba ........... Paul ..r.............. Mr. DePinna ..... Ed ...................... Donald ........................................ Alice ............,...................................,.... Mr. Henderson ....,.. ....... M ikf: Byrne Tony Kirby ....,,,,,,, ,... M ike Penners Boris Kolenkhov ..... ....... M ike LOWS Gay Wellington ....,.. ....... C athy Blakely Mr. Kirby ,............ ....... J ohn LaVeille Katy Buckles Mrs. Kirby ......... ...... Tom Moser Dave Reed Mike Byrne Grand Duchess Olga Katrina ...... Q ..... Vicki Smith G-Men ......... 'KI think you can call me Penny, donlt you Mr. Kirby?,' says Robin Wagen- blast as she forces herself upon Mike Penners. "It seems, Mr. Vanderhof, that you owe the government 52 years back income tax," says Mike Byrne to Pat Fitz- gerald. z'7 an "Good evening, are we too early?" asks Mike Penners, Katy Buckles and John LaVeille of Brad Duffy, Mike Lowe and Theresa Schallhorn. 148 1 J 1 , 1 ,s 'Q ,li lfl F. ,. fly 7 l V, 5 V ,JA J I ' f 712' ff ' K! . 1-H , CE6'Q'1'l'i7 if L ffl! if ' 9 ei 54' f A 5 Lfrf' 1' f f 1 'E if "" KX! ' W L K' ' ' I ' 1 g If , 7 , ' Y ,X ,, . fs ' N Y I ff fi J 1 F +41 P ' 1,1 if Q"'Ai y . 'i " l 1 fx .' , ' A . fi' il ' - , f. I' , .1 ,' 1 in , 1g,j,,'f, e K f"""f WI U r X r X ' f l F7 f ' fi 42" , . W :lf L,.,.1 1- ,-14 lm' 5 , ff' 1, 1 f' ,Lf ,Lgf-L 'fa "Say, you're kind of cute!" says Cathy Blakely to an embarrassed Walter Harrington. Q Kathy Smith takes the tomatoes into the kitghen. R "Won't it be funny in the office to- morrow - seeing each other and just going on as though nothing had hap- pened?" says julie Dowell to a starry- eyed Mike Penners. "Department of Justice." December girl and boy of the month, janet Powell and Gery Foster, play with almighty Senior Tinkertoys. i december Gene Eberhardt goes in for two more against Hermiston at the Wy'east Tournament. Sheri Gustafson, Pam Daly and Barbara jones pose for a Christ- mas spirit lineup. 150 if x . 1 Is Margaret Hoffman decorating the Christmas tree or stealing tmsel? DHS'ers prepare to vote for ASB officers. The Iconoclast? What's that? John Berki tries for another basket. lt looks like this foursome wants in the Chat n' Chew. Spectators look on as Bob Cim- miyotti prepares to wrestle his Bend opponent. clpin Some busy girls are making clever centerpieces. Caution! Men at work! R , I i 1 V, I .rf lg Vicki Smith, general chairman of the Christmas formal, works indus- triously on the mural. Is Steve Cochenour stealing Mike Penners' boards? Cindy Stinson puts her artistic abil- ities to work. lm- ., hrisfmcrs J Is all that waiting really worth the picture? ? Has Walter Harrington gil suddenly bcrome a snob? Refreshments popular. Too much dancing makes sore feet. Everyone here seems to be in their own little world. seem to be .47 A f Coach Bob Close watches with interest while the In- dians defeat Sandy. Doug Bansch varsity ho Dale Durfee Don Slusher Jim Schlager Preparing for a game are Managers Jess Birge, Jay Gleason, Ken Denis, Alan Reineccius and Rick Denis. Don Smith 1CJI'd SGCJSOH Durf for two! Jim Bailey Dean Wilcox Doug Stroh Rick Brown Steve Hodges Doug Sawyer x , Captain Gene Eberhardt breaks through the hoop en route to an Indian victory over Canby. good seoson for junior vorsify 1 . Coach Barnett Left to right: Jim Slusher, Dave Guile, Quinton Smith, Gary Gallagher, Bob Drake, Jon Anderson, Jeff Krier, Pat Lester, Bob Bellamy. fNot Pictured: Jay Dumont, Mike Todd, Larrie Bellamy, and Jay Gleason.J popooses - future lioopsfers Coach Ryan Front row: Mike Fransen, Ernie Gustafson, Dennis McCarthy, Lloyd Clark, Bruce Lemuel, Chris Metter, Jim Dick. Second row: Steve Alexander, Steve Froebe, Mike Byrne, Dave Houghtaling, Tim Rippee, David Hughes. individuals spur molmen Front row: Jerry Ramsey, John Sargent, Jim Woods, Marty Martherly, Larry Beck, Otto Petersen, Bob Cimmiyotti, Dennis Fisk, Dean Cimmiyotti. Second row: John John McGaughey, Jim Eberhardt, Bob Geary, Jay Avery, Ed Woods, Greg Miller, Mike Ignowski, Walter Evans. fNot pictured Joe Imig.J junior varsity goins experience Front row: Tyone Tibbets, Steve Bartell, Phil Swaim, John Day, Roy Hogue, Daryl Inge- bo, Cliff Leeper, Jeff Smith, Tim Arends, Mike Wolfe. Second row: Dan Wheeler, Tom Carlson, Gary Brown, Dale Lester, Mike Fallon, Frank Adams, Bob McBain, Scott Tenne- son. Third row: Jim Hicks, Jim Headings, Les Avery, Art Anderson, Nick Nelson, George Ranson, Mark Palmer, Bruce Shelquist. Linda Johnson and Bob Krein, girl and boy of the Rena Davenport month for January, attempt an escape from semes- Guidance Office ter exams. College Visitation Day brings a new outlook on life from . "So drive, strive, fight, fight, fight! Weill win SCHIOIAS- gamefl echoed through the halls during the E: pep rally. 158 lcmuory and Colleen Mc'Kay help Mrs. Powell in the Are teachers and students now skip- ping together? Art students word hard in clay ! Boosters provide half-time entertainment during the Estacacla game. Are P.E. classes now being held in Senior hall ? , ulLif m i 'le -,, lAe1+f Don Smith goes up for two more against Reynold's Lancers. Carolyn Sampson shows joy at a win- ning moment. 160 Mr. Close and the varsity members settle down for a serious pep talk. s ,W .'fsY':'ifLi2f A-go-go Gloria Knoll? Doug Stroh and John Berki pull down one of their many rebounds. Is the food really all that bad? l6l T' Boy and girl of the month of February, Jim Bailey and Vicki F aught, set the trend for the sweetheart season. Looking forward to the play Hamlet at Portland Esate College are Cathy Blakely and Barbara Ad- ns. february Vicki Smith tries a little self-control with the approach of her Senior immunization shot. ., ffl L V 5,59 C X ff . ,. , f f . W X., we ' " ...,.e-. w f , f I fc. C., iw , , Ji, ,f ,f if . ,'....f"t 'af 5.44, fin , X C i.fi,2L:- , 1 1- A. .Jin in -f ,'f,f..- f: P -A L ' N. .. fx . ' - ' f 1 ' lf Q - ' - ,J 1 '- ' Future mechanics strike again. ' 1 '2,ff4'1,. 'eff ci fir. . N-,fr WL .4l"f"i'. ,, --4-,M ,,fY,,,fm , - .. f. . . swee H1 eo rf fi d-GHCS ff Y ,. fri f' lf . AA J rl' ' X v J. 4 - - ,- 1 y . f. .V Lgfarf 1 647 .rut Y ,YJ M, - ., . ., .K v. I 1 f-Q., mfs. X 4 A King and Queen of Hearts: Patsy Melum and Gene Eberhardt. Couples QP! dance to the beat of Soul, Inc. Inc. The royalty court consists of John Oliver, Francine Adams, Bob Krein, Joyce Soren- son, Queen Patsy Melum, King Gene Eberhardt, Norma Cimmiyotti, Don Slusher, Shalyn Bottom and Jim Schlager. Jim Page is the soul of Soul, Diana Marvel and Scott Baldwin do their part to support the junior class activities. Brian Kelly taps Nancy Usinger into Honor Society. Junior Boosters drum out Norma Cimmiyotti, Senior Booster Gene Eberhardt, surrounded by Wy'east Golden Eagles, fights for the rebound. 3 vga. F3 ,QW 'f , 0 455. , F92 Sa fp li?-?'A .Nyqui- '1 Q 'Q QU? iqia U M, ,m, V7 1 'Q 4+ Q lTICH'Ch Still no Senior Bench, as John Berki and Ellen "' ' ' ' R d 1 b d ' l f h h f M h . . t TISS gli Oy an gui O t C mom O arc ' can Dan Kelly sleeps on a stack of newspapers that other industrious e Y Juniors have gathered. , 3 3537s, 'Q 6 . 1 Chris Jensen explains the FHA emblem to new mem- bers during the FHA initiation, Pat Thornton, Safety Club president, congratulates Ray Robinson for being named safe driver of the month. powderpuff basketball pinkies vs bluies Rustling the pompoms for the Bluies, Al Morrison generates a little enthusiasm for the coming game. Powderpuff King, Doug Sawyer, is crowned at halftime. Accompanying King Doug, representing the junior class, are sophomore Prince Eric Davenport and Senior Prince Leo Trautman. Basketball fans found the action somewhat out of the ordinary at the powderpuff game. Coach Blaser gives the Bluies some winning tips during the pow- derpuff basketball game. Sharyn Bottom and the puppets rehearse a scene from Carnival! Sensational Senior No. 42 prepares to score two points for the super numerary Seniors. Juniors try to stir the cobwebs while taking the National Merit Scholarship Test. Faineant faculty makes a feeble attempt to keep the ball away from the supereminent Seniors. JFS 'gala Stephanie O'Meara samples some of the appetizers just before the Roman Banquet. While at a Roman Banquet, do as the Romans do! XM Q varsity track in the running 92 . Q , Front row: Steve Smith, Charles Noel, Steve Cochenour, Luther Goin, Bob Keys, Brian Kelly, John Oliver, Doug Stroh, Leonard Filaseta, Roger Ott, Pat Lester. Second row: Larrie Bellamy, Dave Bonn, Ken Biede, John Berki, John McGaughey, Bob Morris, John Ulrich, Rich Strahm, Lloyd Clark, Eric Davenport, Dennis McCarthy, Rick Johnston. Third row: Mike Byrne, David Lipson, Jim Dick, Jay Gleason, Terry Lawson, Carl Sanders, Brad Bennett, John Roth, Steve Froebe, Tim Glen. Fourth row: Mike Bradley, Larry Beck. Leste Coaches Harmon, Miller, Westlund, and Keyes compare times. Mainstays: Doug Stroh, Brian Kelly, Leonard Filaseta, Steve Cochenour, Roger Ott. Back row: Lloyd Clark, Rich Strahm, Larrie Bellamy, Ken Biede, Pat r. new season for gymnosfs Front row: Beth Dowell, Marie Williams, Joyce Johnson. Back row: Tim Glen, Paul Clark, Lona. Walston, Gwenn Jolly, Sonja Peterson, Jeff Williams. Coach Strait good sforf for ski feom Coach Moses Left to right: Jim Craig, Ross Rooper, Ryan Rooper, Mary Jo Byrne, Mike Lowe, Mike Penners. Dean Wilcox Rick Brown vorsify bosebol Coaches, Noel Aron Doug Sawyer if ..,.f 'S c.fx,,v Leo Trautman Dale Durfee 1 N Dave Rohde John Swick Gene Eberhardt Ken Frank cfs for fifle Lee W1l11ams Bob Williams Doug Bausch Bob Krexn Larry R1chey Leonard Weise Jlm Balley Jun Slusher D0n Slusher A1 Morrison Q JAM' Jia Y ala: ,Q wi' 3 jv's hif and run QGAQJ :F ' ' O2.C O A C h B b Close , I 5 - 4, 95121 aim , . 5935043 g 519 Nw S . . r S J g H 9 dw , , ' la.-4.1. V- ll Lf, . tr . , y H - 3' f- ' "VW I' -fx il, 1, dill' , FQ . L.., I ,, 3 S sf Le .1 , 2 :S S 1 5 S, Vi' ma w ,, -. ., , s ,E ' L V ' ,Q 1. - . '- . - iz - Q in .. 1' Y . , V . 1 A r . ,X 4 1 A 1 ,, f T lm... Q Q" 4 i1Q.sj.fw i , . 4' , Y f" ' I ff """ni.," ,--1 . f 3'-y,,,,,a,,g,,. 'f d 1 i, M SP? " . :f:'f- " " - F , :f..:f..f2a:." '. ,, f -1 f -me, 'kk' .fl 'K Q.: -1: S QNQ. , FQ f g .5 ..,,. N Q-,Ig k- MI , '- A , M 1-'f Zswgwz-' 1, 'f,ijw2.5f , w' M j " 1 K, 1.4, W2 g-" J Y Front row: Mike Beall, Mike Guischer, Jim Woods, Nick Nelson, Bruce Lemuel, Bob Bellamy, Jay Dumont, Dirk Tibbets, Back row: Bruce Shelquist, Frank Adams, Tim Rippee, Jim Brown, Bob Geary, Randy Aveline, Travis Clifton, Vince Lowther. golf has swinging season Coach Dick Yecny 174 Front row: Don Smith, Phil Foote, John Phipps. Back row: Sam Woolsey, Mike Lowe, Bob Pengra, Quinton Smith, Steve Hodges, David Aveline. varsity fennis swings big roclcef wwg Front row: Ernie Gustafson, Mike Hamilton, Bruce Brogan, Dan Kelly. Back row: Jody Hotka, Otto Peterson, Harold Newson, Brian Dumont. Coaches Strait and Baxter look over a few statistics. 1 i : Front row: Helen Maier, Jeannette Howell, Marilyn Schwarm. Molly McCoy Back row: Laurie McNab, Linda. Thomsen, Susan Arestad, Susan Davis. 175 Suzanne Heisler, April girl of the month, opens the Biology can be very trying for sophomores during spring. door for Jim Schlager, April boy of the month, during Twirp Season. april Fifth period study hall takes a field trip to the parking lot. xo .tg X , , ., . ' X 1 . -or K, a 5 L -F lt 1.1 tx M si J 3 K 176 , l x 'rl n-it . A ef' X ,emi f- . Q, ,. eg , f ' I ' V - X - . . A L Y - -ff" . 'JA gigs K xi' fx if X my wif-v Evelyn Ericksen adds touches to the circus setting she designed for the spring musical, Carnival! fwirp season . s ff pf M,- nf Karen Hawkins graciously opens the door for Steve Smith Caf1'YiUS the 500145 for U0 more than three b0Ys at 3 time during Twirp Season. is a strict rule of Twirp Season as Jean Gallipo painfully discovers. ,gucci Patti Lindner finds a long lost copy of Beowulf as she cleans out Marty Matherly's messy locker. may K' is 5 ,.-nl' , .M ,, 5 Doug Bansch and Joy Hattenhauer, May boy and girl of Tom Elliot and Larry Williams agree the day is too nice the month, prepare for upcoming graduation ceremonies. to study. -sf . Y-Fx Ellen Ryssdal, representing the Senior class, presents check for the AFS fund to Dr. Brogan. Ken Frank congratulates Doug Sawyer for another home run. Diane Schroeder and Barbara Jones can't stand to be away from the wonderful outdoors. Linda Johnson looks into the future for grad uating Seniors. In if S Sf, ,l 5 1 as X 1-jx 3 di EQ x 9 Q S. 'lisa f,'f an Q X QW" il? -4,.,h,w gig: 1 A A 1. mg . he f N L V S , fl W 1 ifrfl fx: H M ' '- 15 132 3 yxtffihgjkggk X 'A QQ Li-vi X .fm A 5 ' ..,: . " S ::. ,A . gg 1 kV,' Ak . .p , L, Hs, ,MA , QQ W az 182 POOR RICI-IARD'S A 8: W is always ready and waiting to satisfy your taste buds. How to share a donut, at OTTO'S ICE CREAM PARLOR, in one easy lesson, by Linda Johnson and Bob Keys. Could Vicki Smith be planning a trip? Stop in at MAIER AND KRIER and find out! MAUSER BUILDING SUPPLY CENTER has "everything to build anything? .i..i. ,- 6 One of the many conveniences found at the FIRST NATIONAL BANK is the drive-in window service located at the rear of the building. Joe Tenney contemplates selling YOU a new washer and dryer from JOE TENNEY'S APPLIANCE. A new piece of jewelry is just what Caroline Norelius wants from NEWHOUSE JEWELRY. Joy Hattenhauer is an added attraction to JOHN MILNENS AND SONS GIFT SHOP, the most beautiful gift shop in the Mid- Columbia. 183 TUM-A-LUM LUMBER COMPANY gives a complete supply of paints as well as other building supplies. Vicki Faught could have "danced all night" in a long flowing formal from LANCE APPAREL. at Winter, summer, spring or fall, JERRY KOSSE'S CHEVRON STATION serves 'em all! s 5 .. THE OPTIMIST PRINTERS, 212 Federal Street, The Dalles, has a complete line of wed- ding invitations, thank you notes and napkins. Mrs. Ralph Hogan shows part of the selection of wedding invitations. Tony Lauby, at THE MUSIC BOX, demonstrates just one of many quality tested stereos. "Go West, young man!"-west of town that is, to the HUM-DINGER DRIVE-IN. Smartly dressed Jim Day displays a smartly designed suede jacket from GORDON'S MEN,S APPAREL, 185 fi 439.4 Pam Daly keeps things "sparklin' clean" at MONAHAN'S JEWELRY. Patsy Melum and Gene Eberhardt are caught playing a game of "Ring Around the Rosie" at SIGMAN'S FLOWER SHOP. A new freezer is thoroughly checked inside and out by Teri Bussey and Susan Arestad at SEARS and ROEBUCK. Marty Matherly poses for his portrait at ADAM'S PAINT STORE while Bob Athanas captures his true beauty and Mike Anderson waits to add the final touches. 1 2 , 4 .V ,gfws-fl-wi! 2 f X , J, ,y 355. .,,, 4--.N ni 5 D TWV' , j . 'lf"4fQne':"w4 - -4 ,M , ,.,,., 3.31 .-:sam w a s A s X IPL- ..f 441- , .L-1' 1:10 ,WQWWM V ,X .R f 'limi x E 1,5 .Er N9 if af' --M.:- . , - fi ,. in QA QU If 1 1 'rf-f 5'r'f.3v"'l.f,'v 7 " ,laf H! pig! uf- , ' www H Ken Frank faithfully keeps the counters in a neat and orderly fashion at KEITH O'BRIEN. The 1967 Thunder-Bird has found it's master! Alias: Jim Slusher, at RAY SCHULTEN'S FORD. WRAY'S DRUG STORE has something for everyone - even Patty Will and Peggy Remington. IF ti A favorite "Sidekick" of Mike Byrne's and Dave Hughes' is their new album found at ROTH MUSIC CENTER. HARVEY ALUMINUM serves the greater Pacific Northwest. BRADY'S GROCERY always employs such friendly and efficient help such as handsome Terry Sander- son! Sophomore Steve Powell learns the fundamentals of typing from the manager of MORRELL'S BUSINESS MACHINES. As usual - we find John Berki tinker- ing with the engine of a GTO at RUSS VOLSTORFF MOTORS. 5 ,ml O . .- A salesman at J. C. PENNEY'S points out the fine, textured quality of a new coat, but Loren Chapman is only concerned about the price. ,, ,, , ,-ff! Mark Stinson says to sister Cindy, "Hark! I say hark! There's another mountain for INTERSTATE PAVING to move." Linda Thomsen and Mr. and Mrs. Bolton, of BOLTON'S STUDIO, discuss the possibilities of getting a few more pictures of the "extra special" person. THE DAIRY QUEEN - "home of the cone and the curl, where boy meets girl!" if ur if , S SPLIT 50 PE HINT ' as , ea 1 ' is ,, ID w no 2, 645.40 W5 W 'cl ' Mina 005545-55 THE BAKITCHEN BAKERY can take care of all the final details for that big day in Richard Miller's life. Steve Burris and Jeff Smith keep well occupied on a Saturday afternoon at THE DALLES PHARMACY. . 5 516:25 K-gl , , .ri Xia, , V? Q .-,R A A g,-7--'Q ......'..---""......'---..., TMEDALLESTVCQ5 Nm.1.gf: :-.........':..."..."'.-"1."""'-.....-.""""? . off H 3 j :E-.--......................... Y , - Vi- :-:-...-:."..:-"...::.."..1.""....3 5 "'7'77w'55'5f-'v7w'r X -.:: pe' Ly El "Go cable with Able cables- 77 'Q THE DALLES TV COMPANY. 55:4 Ski A V - e-i-- W - '- or S , ff-if I ' t,,, w,,?35 e - f P'.- ,f.,,,, fi,- . ,Qi-1 sl if ' -- i W. r,r.. ' ' ., -L ' I if IQ -L 1 At DON PAGE'S RICHFIELD SERVICE STATION you'1l find that personal touch given to your automo- bile. '?9'Ffl bverwn-my . az .. of ' 5 EQAVAL, A toy for the tiny tots is but one of the many articles found at the COAST to COAST STORE. Ricky Yankee will always go to SPARKLE CLEANERS when the need for quick and efficient service arises. Jim Craig and the many things at CRAIG'S OFFICE SUPPLIES are "highup" on quality. We caught Larry West at HILLTOP SUPER-MARKET reminiscing with an old friend. w ulll"" al ,1 W. THE RECREATION LANES will never be the same if Sherri Herman keeps bowling like that under the supervision of Dale Durfee. Barbara Shipley makes sure the coast is clear, while she and Patti Peters try out some new chairs at HAMPTON FURNITURE. WEBBER'S CLEANERS apparently pleases Lyle Isaak with their superb method of cleaning. , K, ff 2 Gee Chris, why so gloomy? Didn't your boyfriend stop in to see you at THE HOSPITAL PHARMACY? This moment of daydreaming is brought to you by Lynn Smith at EAST HILL SUPERMARKET. llllfll Linda Morioka prepares to put her tiny petite feet 1nto motion with her favorite record on a Zenith stereo from HARRY'S RADIO 81 TV. NORTHWEST NATURAL GAS supplies Roger Walcker with a. brand new nifty, thrifty barbecue set. "No Joyce! JENSEN MARINA wouldn't appreciate your driving their boat on land, instead of in the water!" Connie Dunlap and Valerie Ingebo find untamed elegance in the Mercury Cougar at THOMAS MOTORS. DTE I I0 Court Sena: The Dallox, Oregon Tclephcne 15031 296-2848 Alf zncuu. Member , 517310, x na Fuuuzs 3 2 :Sronuno s '5 E, 8 S :oomc-s 4 Assronr Pnofos 40EliS5X0 3y6i7ay4. Gary Sawyer focuses in on our camera man at SMITH CALLAWAY FUNERAL SERVICE MEL O's CAMERA SHOP. supposed to "wear" them! If you stop in at BONN'S FOOD STORE, you can catch Joe Adams doing one of his more "favorite" pastimes. LES SCHWAB can give Paul Clark the best in tire wear - but he's not Come to a screeching halt - yell out your order and then enjoy that luscious food from THE HAND-OUT, West Second Street The Dalles Betty Blair will be ready to step out in high- fashion when her hair-do from THE DALLES SCHOOL OF BEAUTY is given that final touch of hair spray. A routine check of your car's engine is merely a formality at SYD'S 66. I98 DIELSCHNEIDER'S has everything except breaking and entering supplies. Won't Walter Evans ever learn? How about a comfortable recliner? JACK DOCHERTY FURNITURE will be happy to assist your every need. john Call makes sure that all papers from the DALLES CHRONICLE are letter perfect be- fore they are distributed to their customers. "Tea-daa!" here I am," sings Mike Todd driving an economical 1967 Rambler from ADKISSON MOTORS. .7 QP F U N E R A I. H O THE DALLES. OREGON 1100 KELLY AVENUE CYPRESS 6-3234 ME DONALD L. SPENCER KENNETH D. LIBBY What's this? Al LaFrenz at work? Yes, THRIFTWAY SUPERMARKET proves that this is still the age of miracles. Mr. Bertrand, of PACIFIC UTILITY DEPARTMENT, explains some of the various function of the P.U.D. office to Larry Williams. A handy dandy kitchen range will look ri ht , g at home in anyone's house - especially if it comes from JOHN GLAZE APPLIANCES. HELEN'S BEAUTY SALON hires only the best, professional beauticians, and the "best" is what Judy Hicks is receiving. SPOOKY'S PIZZA VILLAGE, located on the Sunset Strip, is sure to tantalize your tastebuds with 20 different varieties of good-eatin' pizza. "Safety first," is the motto at BIG JOHN'S SIGNAL STATION. Would you like a new Honda? Donlt just sit and dream about owning one, go to MARKS MARINA! ,--4-""" L HRIN 1 RUHDAS Security is having your grain stored at INTERIOR ELEVATOR, boasts Francine Adams. Brenda Webber guarantees Colin Call that TED WALKER'S CLEANERS can bring life and sparkle back into anything-even a D- Club jacket! Don Smith, who is making plans for his sum- mer home on the Riviera, checks out the ex- quisite craftmanship of KEN'S ALUMINUM It takes two king-size bottles of pop from 1N12IAIER'S MARKET to satisfy Grace Buckles' 12 11"S12. 7,,...f1-"" With a name like Sig Skavlan III, this employee of PACIFIC POWER 8: LIGHT, can only give you efficient service. The exclusive "Chinese" and American style cuisine- Entertainment nitely including special floor shows. Food to go -- after calling 296-9090. i Not only does For heaven sakes Joy, we know THE DALLES SODA WORKS has an am- ple supply of Pepsi - but this is ridiculous! ESTES 76 SERVICE STATION serve "Big Texans," but they'll serve you, too! Wait 2. minute Bob, you forgot to take John Oliver out of the carpet before you rolled it up! But it's pretty hard to keep John off those soft luxurious carpets at OLIVER'S FLOOR COVERING. Sara Holman wonders if she,1l ever be as big as the giant at SUMMER SHEET METAL Valerie Graham is shown the latest in announce- ments at BOHN'S PRINTING AND OFFICE SUPPLIES. At WOOLSEY'S FIRESTONE you'l1 always find Sam Woolsey anxiously waiting to serve you. :iw ,gxyn At.OLE'S SUPPER CLUB Sharyn Bottom is saying to Jim Balley, "I know you're hungry Jim, but don't you think thatls a little too much ?" A brand new 1967 Plymouth is being shown off by Molly Urness at C. H. URNESS MOTORS. Yvonne Hartung is shown the many advantages of buying in- I surance from COURTNEY INSURANCE by A Mr. Courtney. , Pat Gallagher will always give you alert, friendly, fast, efficient, and courteous service at MILT AND MILES RICHFIELD SERVICE STATION. 'KWH Mr. Keith of FIRST FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN is happy to see young people like John Specht saving their money for the future. ugh ocknowleclgemenfs BOLTON'S STUDIO ELITE STUDIO LAFIE FOSTER PHOTOGRAPHER MR. SAM FORT, MASTER ENGRAVERS MARTY MATHERLY EVELYN ERICKSEN .-- rv -v -- .- -. ,POQW ld, M -6 -1 M 99,1 980,01 go- by 'f ,gs - -,9,0d :+t.f.Q!e.r.Qteexeixqcxcaxm Steve Brown and Sharon Hutain are having a hard time choosing from the scrumptious food at CLIFFORD'S RESTAURANT. index seniors Abshire,Bob 11 Adams, Francine 11,22,26,96 99,112,125, 146,163,201 Adams,Joseph 26,196 Adkins , Barbara 45, 100, 162 Adkins, Stu Allen, Maja 20,26,96,9s, 100 Anderson, Lyla 26 Anderson, Michael 26, 186 Anderson, Susan 26, 159 Arestad, Susan 22, 26 , 50, 54, 105, 125, 142, 186 , 175 Athanas,Robert 26, 186 Bai1ey,James 17,18,21,26, 55, 100,134, 137, 141, 146, 154, 155, 162, 204, 173 Bailey, Katherine 26, 114, 152 Bailey, Kenneth Ballinger,Carol Jean 26, 50, 91, 110, 114, 152 Bansch, Douglas 27, 141, 154,178, 179, 173, Beck, Beverly 27 Beck, John 27,153 Beer, Scott 27 Berki,J0h1'l 27, 151, 154, 161,166, 190, 170 Bible, Marsha 26 Biede, Kenneth 27, 139, 170 Blair,Betty 27,197 Blair, Everett Blakely, Cathy 27, 100, 124, 125, 149, 162 Bolton, Carol 27 Bonn, David 10, 27, 120, 134, 137, 159, 170 Borg, Robert 27, 159 Bottom, Sharyn 28, 97, 99, 100,' 101, 112, 125, 126, 146,163,168 Brace , Sharon Bradford, Marilyn 28 Brock,David 28 Brower, Rebecca 28, 142, 153 Brown,Dalene 28 Brown, Steven 28, 142, 153 Bussey,Tery 28, 186 Call, Colin 28, 120 Cates, Michael 28,100 Chan,John 29, 50 Churchill, Laura Cimmiyotti, Norma 29, 54, 55, 97, 98,163 , 164 Claggett , Larry Clark, Paul 29, 171, 196 Clayson, William 29, 110 Cohoon,Eunice 29,50,97,99,110, 114, 126, 127 Conner, Dale Cousineau,Steve 29 Davenport,Rena 30, 142, 158 Davis, Dheri 30, 50, 100, 101 Davis, Clark Davis, Larry Davis, Starla Davis, Susan 30, 175 Day,James 24,30, 185 Doolittle, Trudy 30, 50, 110, 114, 122 Douthit, Douglas 30, 139 Dugan, Steven 45 Dumont, Brian 30, 139 , 144, 175 Durfee, Dale 154, 155, 194, 172 Eberhardt, Eugene 25, 30, 46 , 104, 130, 134,135,137, 150, 155, 163,164,186,172,52 Eriekeen, Evelyn 31,46, 50, 94, 114, 127, 176 Farrar, Muriel 46, 97, 100, 120, 197 Faught, Vicki 14, 31,46, 50, 53, 54,91, 106, 107,125, 142, 158, 162, 184 Fisk, Gary 31 Fitzgerald, Patrick 127, 148 Fossum, Michael 1-'oster,Gary 17, 18,21, 54, 150, 153 Fowler,John 31 Frizzell, Barry 115, 131 Gallagher, Patrick 31, 103, 204 Ga1lipo,Jean 31,53,97,98,100, 110, 127, 177 Gayhart, Norman 25,45 Geyer,Scott 31 Glenjen,lnger 46 Guischer,Gary 32 Goger,Janet 31 Goin, Luther 10, 31, 144,159,169 , 170 Graham, Valerie 31, 106, 203 Gray, Dennis Gray, Patsy 32 Griswo1d,Jeannette 22, 32,110,114 Gustafson, Sheri 32, 122, 142, 150 Hannifan, Diana 20, 32, 50, 93, 97, 98,116,123,141,158 Harmon, Christy 32 Harrington,Walter 32, 124, 1,149, 151, 153 Hartung, Yvonne 22,32,100, 101, 117, 132, 204 Harwood,Judy 32, 112 Hattenhauer,Joy 10,32,50,92, 99, 112, 114, 126, 127, 178, 183, 202, 177 Hawkins, Karen 32, 101, 116, 122, 201,177 Hawthorne,Lois 32 Heisler, Suzanne 19, 33, 50, 51,54, 97, 98, 105, 112, 114, 176 Henricks,Joan 11,22,33,50,51, 54,55,97,98,110, 112 Herman, Gary 33 Hickman, Peggy 33 Hicks, Vern 33 Hodges,Wadonna 33, 100,101,126, 153,161 Hoffman, Margaret 22 , 33 , 50, 110, 114, 120,132, 150 Holbrook,Judy 101 Hutain, Sharon 25, 33,153, 142, 205 Irish,Kay 33 Jennings, Elizabeth 33, 50, 97, 98, 123, 168 Johanson, Vicki 33, 131 Johnson, Linda 20, 33,112, 116, 122, 125, 131, 132,141, 142, 158, 179,182,193 Jolly, Gwendolyn 34 Jones, Barbara 24, 34, 97, 122, 142,150,158,179 Kaser,Brook 10,34,50,54,98, 158 Keeney, Dale 34, 115, 127 Kelly,Brain 34, 114, 120, 135, 136, 147, 170 Kelly, John 34, 53, 54, 103,135, 136,146 Kelly, Thomas 11, 34, 120,123, 134, 136, 164 Kerege, Louis 22, 34, 50 , 55, 114 Keys,Robert 34, 122, 139, 141, 142, 182 , 183, 170, 177 Kilgore, Islslgy 34, 101,192, 7126 f' 5, ' ' King, Jaylin Kinnear,Rita 35 Klindt, Mary 35 Kniesteadt, Elaine 35, 114 Krein,Robert 3, 35, 103, 104, 134, 136, 158, 163, 204, 173 Lafrenz, Alvan 19, 35, 120,199 Lange, Linda 35 Larsen,Rosanna 35, 101 Lash, Christine 35, 111, 142 Laveille, John 22 , 35, 55, 110, 116, 124, 148 Lemuel, Peggy 35 Lewis,Dennis 36 Lillard, Lynn 36 Lindner, Patricia 1, 36,99 , 110, 116, 122,125, 153, 177 Lovell, Richard 36, 163 Lowe, Michael 11,21,22,36, 50, 114, 120, 148,171, 174 Lynn, Nicholas McConnell,Robert 36, 120 McFadden,Con.nie 36,123 McGaughey, John 36, 91,106, 107, 135, 157, 170 McGough, Garry 36 McGough, Gayle 36 McLaughlin, Marlane 37 McNutt, Gloria 37 Macy,Robert 37, 134, 136 Martin, Cynthia 37, 132 Matherly, Martin 37, 123, 135, 152, 157, 186, 177 Matney, Glen 37 Matteson, Carol 37 Mauser, Daniel 37,106,153 Melum, Patricia 25, 37, 50,100, 114, 163, 186 Miller, Gregory 37, 100, 157 Miller,Richard 38 Mitchell,Jon 10,38, 120,159 Moffat, Carol 38 Monahan, J avon 38 Moore, Gloria 38, 96, 98, 100,101, 126, 152 Morgan, Dennis 38, 122 Morrell, Myron 38 Morinville, Sharon 38, 122 Morrison,Allan 38, 122, 135, 167, 173 Mowery, William 38 Mulkins, Chuck 38 Newsom, Harold 39, 159, 175 Nago-Thamsarn, Laddaporn, 3, 39,99,91,92,93,96 Noel, Charles 39, 53, 159,170 Oades, Jeanne 39,50,153 Oliver, John 39,134, 136,163, 203, 170 O'Meara, Stephanie 39, 110, 169 O'Neal,Diane 39 Opitz,Denise 39 Page,James 39,163, 159 Penners, Michael 11, 21, 39, 120, 124, 148, 149, 152,171 Petersen, Otto 39, 135,157,l59,175 Piehl, Claus 39, 153 Pincock, Brian 40 Powe11,Janet 4O,50,91,114, 117, 126, 150 Prater,James 40 Quint, Kerry 40, 120 Ralph, William 40 Ramsey,Jerry 40, 103, 157 Reed, David 40, 100, 103,115, 149 Reese,Anne 40,132 Reineccius, Allan 40, 154, 191 Remington, Janet 40, 100 Richey, Larry 40, 122, 173 Robbins, Leeroy Roberts, Lynette 10, 11,22, 40,97,98,112,116,123,125, 141 Robinson, Raymond 41, 166 Roderick, Dean 41 Rone, Victoria 41 Reeme,sy1via 41,100,132 Repp, Karen 41, 50, 114 Roth, Mark 41, 100 Routh, James 41 Rowland, Peggy 41 Ryssdal, Ellen 10,41, 55, 96, 98, 112, 125, 145, 151, 166, 177, 178 Sanderson, Terry 41, 189 Sandvol, Barbara 41, 100 Schallhorn, Theresa 11, 22 , 42, 50, 55, 114,120,123, 124, 148 Schlager,James 2, 14,21,42,134 137,147,154,163, 176 Schunke,Detty 42, 96, 99, 100, 122, 123, 124, 127, 142 Selberg, Steven 42 Seufert, Bob 123 Shaw, Juanita 42, 106 Simpson, Mike 42, 100 Sims, Thelma 42, 105, 111, 142 Sipe, Tim 42, 103,132, 153,159 Slusher, Donald 42, 154, 163 , 173 Smith, Douglas 43, 134 Smith, Linda 43 Smith, Steve 25,46, 122,170,177 Smith, Victoria 11, 19,22,43, 55, 96,116,120,123,142,148,l52, 162, 182 Sorensen, Joyce 46, 125 Spencer, Jackie 43, 96,98 Stickney, John 43 Stinson, Cynthia 1, 22, 43, 96, 98, 100,110,116,122,147,152, 190 stralun, B111 43 Stroh, Douglas 43, 135, 136,155, 159, 161, 170 Tallman, Betty 43, 100, 127 Teeter, Linda 43, 100 Tenneson,Jamie 44, 53, 96, 106 Thompson, David 44 Thomsen, Linda 14,44, 131, 191, 175 Thornton, Pat 6, 22, 44, 117, 166 Thouvenel, David 11, 44, 103, 123, 135 Todd, Christine 44, 53 , 54, 55, 112,130,142, 158, 194, 52 Tom, Brian 44, 115, 131 Trautman, Leo 10 , 44, 134 , 135, 159, 167, 172, 179 Turnbull, Jim 44, 115, 127, 135 Tuttle, Ernie Waddell, Jim Wageman, Denny Walter, Sharon 44, 110 Watkins,Janet 6,44, 115, 120 Webber, Brenda 44, 96 , 99, 112 , 201 West, Lawrence 45, 192 Westphal, Eileen 123 Willcox, Mary Jo 45, 101, 105, 126,127,132,142 Williams, Donald 45, 134, 173 Williams, Robert 45 Wilson, Randy 45 Wilson, Richard Winnett, Lawrence Wood,Asher Woods,Wi1liam 45, 157 Woolsey, Samuel 45, 120,203, 174 Young, David 45 juniors Acker1'nan,Mary Lynn 76,123 Alexander, Susan 7, 76 Ames,Vincent 76 Anderson, Terri 76, 100 Anderson,Jon Aveline,Randy 76, 100, 174 Avery,Jay 76,135,157 Azinia, Richard Bailey,Carol 76,96,99 Bailey, Ellen 75,76,97,99 120, 125, 164, 168 Baker,Becki 76, 120 Baldwin, Scott 76, 135, 164 Bartell, Mike 76,135 Beal, Debbie 76, 115 Beck, Barbara 76 Bellamy, Larrie 100, 170 Benson, Dennis 76 Biede,Gwen 76, 97,98, 120, 125 Binford , Diana Birge,Jess 76, 154 Bisset, Linda 76, 97, 99 Blaisdell, Sherry 76 Bowen,Bob 76 Bowen, Sheila 76, 97, 98 Bradley, Mike 76,106,127, 134, 170 Brady, Coleen 22 , 76, 97, 105, 125 Branham, Sandy 76 Brock, Elizabeth 76, 100, 126 Brown,Jim 76, 120,174 Brown, Rick 76, 100 , 155, 172 Buce, Diane 76 Buchana.n,Bernie 76 Buchett, Hal 76 Buckles, Grace 76,116,122 Burlingame, Garry 76 Byrne, Mary Jo 22, 76, 97, 99, 120, 164, 171 Caldwell,John 75, 76,80,104, 123, 139, 159 Call,John 76, 117, 198 Carey, Nancy 76,106,120 Chapman, Loren 76, 106,120 Chastain,Joyce 76 Cichy, Kenneth 76, 117 Claggett, Gary 76 Clifton, Travis 77,174 Cochenour, Steve 77, 135, 137, 146, 152, 159, 193, 170 Cole,Terry 77,111 Commander,Tony 77, 138 Connelly, Terry 77 Conner,Dan 77 Cowan, David 130 CooInbs,Jehm 77, 144, 145 Cramer, Terry 77,106 Cushman, Dan 77,79 Davidson, Kathy 77, 105 Davis, Terry 77 Demauro, Donna 77, 96,99, 110, 122 Denis, Ken 77, 177, 122 Dickson,Ken 77 Donnell, Pamela 77 Dougherty, Hugh DoWell,Julie 77, 120, 124, 148- Doyle,Diane 77 Drury, Ed 77, 115 Dunlap, Constance 77, 69, 123, 195 Durfee, Terry 77, 142 Earls, Steve Eberhardt,Jim 10, 77, 103, 104, 135, 140, 152, 157 Egbert, Charlene 77, 120 Elkington, Linda 77 Elliot, Tom 77, 128, 177 Evans,Walter 77,79, 157, 198 Exall, Stuart 77, 120, 130 Fargher, Mike 7, 77,103 Fehrs, Mary 77 Fentress, Dianne 22 , 77, 111 , 124, 127, 153 Ferna1d,Jim 77 Fielding,Blaine 77, 117 Fisk, Dennis 77, 79, 157 Foote, Phil 77,103,120, 174 Ford,Jo 77 Frank, Ken 77,188,172, 177 Gale,Griff 77 Gallagher, Gary 77,134 Gannon, Kathy 77 Geary, Bob 77,103, 135, 157,174 George,Sam 77,144 Gleason, Keith 78, 100, 103, 138, 154, 170 Goff, Theresa 6, 78,115,122 Grant, Charlotte 78 Grant, Penny 78 Grant,Randy 78 Gray, Debi 78, 100, 110 Gray, Suzy 78, 106,123, 137 Griffin,Jane 78 Hammer,Cheri 78 Harmon, Terry 78 Hawksley, Kim 78, 120,135 I-Ieadings,Jim 22, 78, 106, 138, 157 Helyer,Ala.n 78 Herlihy, Cecel 78 Herman, Mike 78 Hicks,Judy 78,99 Hicks,Wilma 78 Hillman,Roy 78, 141 Hinshaw, Sandra 78, 105 Hoag, Penny 78,111 Hoaglin, Sherrel 78 Hodge, Rick 78 Hodges, Steve 78, 155, 174 Hogue, Teresa 78 Holter, Ed 78 Horton, Mikki 78 f Hotka, Jody 19, 22, 78, 80,139, 144, 175 Hughson, Walter 7, 78 Hurn,Debby 78 Ignowski, Michael 78, 106,135, 141, 152 , 157 Ingebo, Valerie 78, 105, 117, 120, 122, 195 lngram,Judy 78 Jackson, Danny 78, 141 Jensen, Chris 77, 78, 97, 98,112, 120, 125, 166 Jo1liffe,Karen 78, 111 Jones , Robert 78, 122 Jones, Doug 75,78 Kain,Wilrna 78 Kel1y,Dan 22,75, 78, 104, 166, 175 Kelly, Sheila 78, 97, 99, 112, 120, 125, 130, 164 King, Marilyn 78 Kortge, Vicki 78,96,98, 120 Kosse, Sylvia 79,97,98 Kribs,Becky 79,97,98,111, 120, 140,159,164 Krier,Jeff 79, 100, 138, 156 Lacey, Lee 22, 79, 100 Lauby,Barbara 79 Laue, Dean Lawson, Rick 79 Lawson,Tom 79, 139 Leavitt,Preston 79,120 Leland, Cande 79,144 Lemarr,Ronald 79 Lepinski,Joyce 79 Lewis,John 79, 120 Lewis,Roger 79 Lousignont, Verna 79,96,98, 100 Lucas, Steve 72, 79, 134, 157 McClanahan, George 79, 105 McCoy, Molly 76,105, 120, 175 McKay, Colleen 79, 158 McKee, Becky 79 McRae,Buff 79 Malcolm, Monty 79 Marick, Dan 79 Marinoni, Bruna Marvel, Diana 79, 164 May,Darlien 79 Mead, Kathy 79 Mengis,John 79, 120, 123 Mengis, Bob 79 Merriss,Betsy 79,97,98,110 Meves,Barbara 79,97,99,125, 127 Meyer,Gary 79, 106 Meyer,Sandy 79 Miller, Mary Jean 72, 78,79, 97,99, 120, 141 Miller, Robert Mills, Pam 79, 110, 120 Mohagen,Keller 79, 120 Morgan,Bruce 79 Morioka, 79,118,119, 120, 123, 125,196 Moser, Tom 79, 124, 127, 138, 149 Newson,Bob 79 Noel, Vern 79, 193 Nordlind,Bob 79 Norelius, Caroline 79, 100, 105, 127, 183 Orcutt, Erma 80 Ott,Roger 80, 139, 170 Palmer, Wendy 22, 72, 75, 80, 123 Parsons,Alice 80,101 Pea.rson, Kris 80,100,111, 131 Pengra,Bob 80,174 Peterson, Sheryl 80 Petersen, Sonja 80, 171 Petty, Glorie 80 Phipps,John 80,120,174 Pishion,Ada 80 Powell, Larry 80, 139 Price,Jackie 80 Ralph, Sue 80 Rasey, Debbie 80 Ray, Maxine 80 Reiman,Kay 78, 80,96,98, 102, 159 Remington,Peggy 78, 80,96,99, 120, 141, 188 Rice,Geoff 22, 75, 80 Roberts,R1.1ss 80 Robertson, Nancy 80 Rohde,David 80,172 Rongerude, Pete 80 Ropper,Dave 80,134 Runyon,Rod 80 Sampson, Carolyn 80, 96, 99, 111 , 120, 142, 160 Sampson, Marilyn 80, 96, 99,120 Sargent, John 80,120, 157 Sauncy, Brian 80 Sawyer, Doug 80,104, 134, 137, 140, 155, 167, 172,177 Sawyer,Nancy 80 Schieck,Ray 80 Schlager,Beth 80,120 Scholes, Dorothy 80, 105, 120, 123, 125 Schroeder,Diane 80,96, 99, 110, 179 Schwarm, Carolyn 80,115 Schwarrn, Marilyn 80, 115, 175 Sexton, Kathy 80 Sharpe,Diane 80,96,99,120 Shaver, Patti 80, 120 Sidman, Mike 80 Simpson, Kathy 22, 75, 78, 80, 96, 99, 112, 120,125, 130,169 Sipe, Diana 80,96,99, 111, 120 Slusher,Jim 80, 156, 188,193,173 Smelcer,Bob 81 Smith, Daniel 81 Smith, Donnell 81, 130 , 134, 147,154, 160,164, 174 Smith, Lynn 81, 194 Smith,Quinton 81,135,156,174 Soloy, Chris 81, 138 Spicer,Greg 81, 193 Swick,John 81,172 SNviit,Jan 81 Taylor, Mark 81 Telfer,Barbara 22,81,98,105,110 I Thomas,Janet 81, 101 Thompson,Joyce 81, 195 Tibbets,Dirk 81, 120 Tibbets, Martin 81 Todd,John 81, 198 Trubachik, Sue 81, 105 Turkovsky, J eana Usinger, Nancy 80, 81,96,98, 120,164 Van Vactor, Bill 81 Varburg,Pam 81 Wagenblast, Robin 81, 100, 101, 124, 126, 127, 148,153 Walcker,Roger 81, 195 Walter, Alan 81 Walter,Willia.m 81 Walther, Harry 81 Warner, Pam 81 Webb, Sue 81 Westin,Joan 81 Whitecotton,Judi 81 W'hite,Jay 81 Wiese, Leonard 81, 173 Wilcox,Dean 155 Wilcox,Kip 135, 160,172 Will, Patty 81,96,98,120,159,188 Williams, Larry 81,146,178, 199, 177 Williams,Marie 81, 171 Windsor,Janey 81 Wisner, Teri 80, 81 Wood, Diana 81 Woods, Charlotte Worrell,James 81 Yankee,Rick 7, 81, 192 Yragui,Sue 81 Zehrung, Anita 81,120 ,124,127 Zeigler, Peggy 81 Zutz,Jan 75, 81,105 sophomores Abshire, James Adams, Frank 84,100,138,157,174 Adkison, Steven 84 Alexander, Stephen 84, 138, 1,156 Ames,Greg 84 Anderson, Art 84, 157 Anderson, Irena 6, 84, 115 Anderson, Judie 84 Anderson, Terry S4 Antich, Felix Arends, Tim 84, 157 Athanas, Sue 84 Aveline, David 84, 100, 174 Baird, Earnie 84 Baker , Dottie Baldwin, Steve 84, 106 Bartell, Steve 84, 138, 157 Beal, Mike 84, 174 Bearbower , Debbie Beaver, Larry 84 Beck, Kathy 84,105,110,111 Beck, Larry 84, 139, 157,170 Bellamy,Robert 84, 156,174 Bennett,Brad 6, 84, 115, 120, 139, 170 Binford, Debbie 84 Bowen, Mark 84 Bradley, Pam 84 Bradley, Shirlene 84 Brewer, Sharon 84 , 120 Brock, Regena 84, 101, 105 Brogam, Bruce 69, 82, 83, 84, 175 Brown, Kathy 83, 84, 105, 113, 120 Buckles, Glenda 84, 100, 132 Buckles, Katy 84, 148 Budd, Don 84 Burris, Steven 84, 191 Byrne, Michael 22, 73, 82, 84, 120, 148, 149, 156, 188,170 Callaha.u,John 84 Card, Debbie 84,105,120 Carey, William 84, 106, 157 Carlson,Tom 84, 157 Chambers, Joan 84, 105, 138 Churley,Barbara 84 Charley, Pat 84 Christopherson, Patsy 84 Cimmiyotti, Robert 84, 138, 151, 157 Clark, Loyd 85,139,142,156,170 Clifford, Connie 85, 105, 120 Cole, Cheryl 85, 132 Culpepper,Jerry 85, 138, 157 Cummins, Georgine 85 Curtiss,Ken 85 Davenport, Eric 22, 83, 85, 134 , 147,161, 167, 170 Davenport, Mark 85 Davis,Robert 85 Dawson,Ron 7 Denis, Rick 85, 120, 154 Desrochers, Lorinda 85, 105 Dick,Jim 22, sz, sa, a5,13s, 156 , 17 0 Dickson,Jane 85 Devlin, Shirley Dingley,Dedra 85 Dodson,Steve 85 Doo1ittle,John 85 Drake, Bob 85, 103 Drury,Betty 85 Duff,Alice 85, 100,127 Duffy, Brad 85, 100, 124, 127, 148 Dumont, Jay 85, 174 Dunn, Debbie 85 Earls , Kristine Elkinton, Jim 85, 106 Elliot,Sylvia 85 Fallon, Michael 85, 157 Farmer, Shannon 85 Fielding,Rick 85 Filaseta, Lennie 85, 139, 170 Flaman, Sherrie 85, 120 Fowler, Candy 85, 106 Frame,Kathy 85 Frauklin,Doug 85 Fransen, Michael 85 Fredrickson, Cathy 85, 124 Froebe, Steve 85, 138, 156, 170 Gaige,Allen 85, 100 Gaige, Bill 85 Gale, Anne 85, 105, 111, 125 Gale,John 85 Gallaher, Pamela 85, 105 Garlets, David 85 Gates, Dave 85 Geary,Ray 157 Geiser, Gloria 85, 105, 120, 124 ' Gentry,Debbie 86,105 Getz,Kathy 86 Gilhousen,John 86, 148 Gill,R0dney 86,131 Glen, Tim 86, 139 , 171, 170 Goodman, Coralee 86, 100 Goodwin,Irma 86 Greiner, Debbie 86 Guile, Dave 86, 156 Guischer,Mike 86,174 Gustafson, Ernie 86, 131, 13 156, 175 Haj icek, Michael 86 Hall,James 86 Hamilton, Michael 86, 175 Hanseth,Marcus Dee 86 Harris, Cathlene 89 Hart,Shirley 86 Hartung, Linda 86, 100 Haskins,Roy 86 Hays, Linda 86, 110 Henderson,Amy 86, 132 Herman, Sharon 86, 131 Hickrnan,Ace 86, 138 Hicks, Donna 86 Hinshaw, Shiela 105 Hoag, Pam 86 Hoffman, Wayne 86, 110 Houghtaling, Dave 86 Houghtaling, Linda 86 , 120, 156 Humer, Melody 86 Hughes, David 86, 138, 156, 188 Hunter, Gary Hy1land,Kathy 86 Imig, Joe 86, 120,138 lngebo, Marlene 86,105 Isaak, Lyle 86, 194 Jacobson, Kathy 86, 152 Johnson, Carol 86 Johnson, Joyce 86 , 105, 171 Johnston, Frederick 86, 115, Jolliffe,Barbara 86 Jones, Chris 86 Kasnick, Timothy 86, 138 Kelly, Douglas 86, 138 Kelly, Mike 86,120 Kelsey, Diane 86, 105 King,Barbara 86,105 King, Donna 87 Kiser,Anthony 87 Knoll, Gloria 82, 87, 161 Krenz, Candy 87 Kulick, Cassie 87, 133 Lauby, Patricia 87 Lauderdale,Robert 87 Lawson,Roger 86,87 Lawson, Terry 87, 138, 170 Leathers, Leroy 87 Leavitt,Vicki 87,105 Lee,Judy 87 Leeper, Cliff 87, 157 Lemuel, Bruce 87, 156,174 Lester, Patrick 82, 87, 138, 156 , 17 0 Lingo, Lynn 87 9, 1 Lipson, David 22, 82, 87, 139, 170 Lipson, Marta 22, 87, 124, 127 Lousignont, John 87, 106 Lowther, Vincent 174 Lucas, Melinda 87, 110 Lynn, Patricia 87, 100 McAllister, Randy 87, 115, 131 McBain,Robert 87 McCarthy, Dennis 87,120,156, 170 McClellan,Gary 87 McCraw, Cheryl 87 McGee, Mike 87, 120 McLaughlin, Zelda 87 McPherren,Kathleen 87 McRae, Mark 87, 138 Madsen,Ron 87 Matlock,Gary 87 Mauser, Vandee 87, 131 May, Galen Mayfield, Sherrie 87, 113 , 131 Maxwell,Ricky 87, 103 Medaris, Teddy 87, 120 Merriss, Carol 87, 132 Mesler, Linda 87, 105, 111 Metteer, Chrisapher 87, 156 Miller, Alan 87, 131 Miller,Bob 87, 110 Miller, John Miller, Steve 87 Mills, Molly 82, 88, 105, 120, 125 Mills, Sandra 88 Mitchell, Julie 88, 105, 120 Morgan, Debbie 88 Morris , Clifton 88, 139, 170 Morris, Sherri 88, 131, 132 Murphy,A1an 88 Myers,Denise 87 Myers,Walt 88 Neff, Sandi 88, 120 Nelson,Gerold 88 Nelson, Nick 88, 138, 157, 174 Nesheim, Kristine 88, 133 Newson,Ron 88 Niemeeier, Henry Niemeeier, Sheila Nolan, Paula Olp, Evelyn 88 Olson, Jim 88 Olson, Yvonne 88 Paasch, George Paull,William 88 Pearson, Karl Person, Kris 88 Peters, Patty 88, 120, 125, 194 Peterson, Cindy 87,105 Pierson,Karl 88 Potter, Ed 88 Potter, Elaine 88 Powell,Pame1a 88,100 Powell, Stephen 88, 103, 189 Price,Debbie 88 Pyles,1-'rank 88, 106 Reaves, Eddie 88 Reynolds, Mark 88, 134, 138, 147 Rippee, Timothy ss, 138,156,174 Robbins, Frances 88 Robinson, Regi 88, 105 Rohde,Katey 88 Rooper,Ross 8S,120, 171 Roth, John 88, 170 Routh, Merlene 88 Rowland, Dave 88 Ryan, Linda 88, 117 Sandercock, Gail 88, 111 Sanders, Carl 88, 138, 170 Sauls,Margaret 88 Savage,Ken 88 Sawyer, Gary 88, 110, 196 Schallhorn, Mary 88, 145, 151 Schilling, Julie 88, 105 Scrivner, Kathy 89 Schelby, Patsy 88, 89 Shelquist, Bruce 89, 138, 157, 174 Shipley,Barbara 89 Skipper, Marilyn 89 Skirving, Sandra 89 , 120 Skov, Linda 83, 89, 100, 105, 120 , 16 1 Smith, Kathleen 89, 149 Smith, Linda 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