Tigard High School - Tiger Yearbook (Tigard, OR)

 - Class of 1957

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In Memoriam f m l, 5 GORDON LITTLE 2 'Q1 "Samet and evening Jlnr, And one clear call for me, And may there be no moaning of the bar, When I pu! out I0 Jen." , . . TENNYSON 1,9 Table INTRODUCTION In Memoriam .........,.........,....,.......... ...... Air View ......... Feature ...............I................................ ...... ADMINISTRATION School Board ....,....................,.......,....... .......... Principal ........... Faculty ..............,.. Moms and Dads Maintenance ......... Student Council SENIORS Officers .......,..... ................. History ................ .. Senior Pictures ........... Senior Personalities ....... Senior Snaps ...................................... .......... UN DERCLASSMEN juniors ............................................... .......... of Contents Radio Club ,,,.,,,,,i,i,,,,, 2 Commercial Club ....... 4 Pep Club ,,......,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 6 Rod and Gun Club ........r T.H.C. ,.................... . G.A.A. ..... . 1 6 Ti gerettes ..... 1 6 Twirlers 1 7 Dramatics ...,. 20 2 1 Hi-Spots .... I.R.L. ..... , 22 Annual ...... Band ...... Choir ..........r.. 26 Shop Club ......... 27 Club Projects ..........,.,.................... 28 41 ACTIVITIES 42 ' Homecoming ................................. Sadie Hawkins ........ Junior Prom ........ 46 Dads' Dinner ....,..... Junior Soaps ,.,.,.., .......... 4 9 Lettermen's Dance ....... SOPh0m0fe5 ,,,,,,,, ,,......., 5 O Senior Play .............. Sophomore Snaps ..,,.....,,,,,.............,.,...., ....... 5 3 Miscellaneous ..r............................... K ORGANIZATIONS ATHLETICS Girls' League ....................................... ....... 5 6 Football ...... ......................... YFC .................... Order of "T" .. Honor Society ...... Public Speaking Calypso ................ .......60 .......64 .......66 .......59 Basketball Wrestling ...... .................. .......62 INDEX ADVERTISEMENTS ..94 ..95 ..96 ..98 ..99 ........10O ........101 108 112 115 3 3 2 4 Q 5 S 5 l S 5 5 K X, 3 3 2 S E 2 5 1 Q sz S 1 i 2 I E S E s i! E if 2 3 Q 2 2 F 2 s Q Q f 2 2 I 1 D ,f JW ll. W Wil . 3 la' wwal K-awww! Reflections MMM A A world of books and study, scholastic and athletic com- petition, a world of learning to get along with others, a world of making friends, growing, a world which encourages ma- turity-this is the world which exists within our school. It isn't the great world of towns and cities and nations and many different languages, but it is a small reflection of that world as well as a part of it. And each class, each activity, is a reflection of the earnestness, the enthusiasm, the ability of the individual. Remember the things you did here, what you learned, both in the classrooms and out of them. You are of great importance in this world, without you, it could not exist. It is an ever- changing world, growing because you are growing. As you read this book, remember this school for it is you- what you have been and what you are and what you will be. FF Pk Pk Although this book is a reflection of the individuals on the yearbook staff, we realize that the production of this book would not have been possible without the aid and encouragement of our adviser. In these few lines we wish to express our thanks in our hearts to Mrs. Amburn for helping us to produce our class's yearbook. Regismztion begim! The 5619001 year '56-'57 ix on its way. S E PT EM B E R SUN MON TUES WED THUR FRI SAT 2 3 4 of 8 School 9 10 11 12 15 16 17 18 22 Start gf 23x50 24 25 28 QSQISHZIIIC 29 Afforfeci crowd joim in chant for the Tigerf. OCTOB E R SUN MON TUES WED 1 THUR FRMI SAT E F 1 6 ' ' Home-comxhg Dance K ' 9 12 15 End f Sales 16 19 20 23 26 27 I.R.L. Daqce 30 31 Votef are cast 01' the candidates in the 1 95 6 election. f Jean P enfose N B E R Bob Fwd SUN' .MON' TUES WED THUR FRI SAT 1 2 1 6 7 8 1 Presiclential V Sidie Q4 Election Hawkins 15 14 15 Ba Asse bly 21 22 27 28 29 30 junior Prom 2 Qf l 2 2 Traditional C l91"j.Yf77Z6l5 tree fakef on new look df .felziorf defomte. Ngsagiii Ch k Nr ? estef Klof I Mikk 1 2 2 DECEMBER as SUN MON TUES WED THUR FRI SAT 4 6 !----- - Qhoi-rl ' Assem 9 1 1 15 16 1 8 20 2 1 2 2 Christ nas Conce t 25 25 27 28 29 30 Christmas V... fx With hatea' hreath .fpectators watch th e Tigerf defeat Oregon City. Louise Wilson Smiley Burnett 1 JAN UARY 'M' QM., be .J SUN MON Toss 11 WED THUR FRI SAT 4 5 TYV Jamboree 10 1 1 12 17 18 19 4.-Q Semester Tests 24 25 26 Talent 3 1 Sh0w 'fx ix Hg! 33 ,X Noon lunches and conversation are enjoyed in the cafeiorinm, 'Epi Buzzy Carsh Gayla McCreight gh FEBRUARY SUN MON TUES WED THUR FRI SAT 1 2 8 9 , 15 16 gms LE'tfffI'IX1CI1yS lflflef E 7 22 23 State Speech Contest p..............-.. M V lv Vacation and outside sport! mark the beginning of Spring. Q Marcxa McLean H GUY I-CW15 SUN MON TUES WED THUR FRI SAT 1 1 Senior Play 1 "A Mun 2 Called Peter" 3 7 8 Band 9 ConCcrt 1 10 g 14 15 16 l 1 Sfring YVLICLITI n l 17 18 19 20 21 22 25 W ,, 29 Choir 24f51 25 26 27 28 Concert 30 l 2 lf! 7 wmmwwmuwmgwfx Xi' my 8 ' Q Q .i ..1 HQ, Administration N... X 4? Af- .W ,fi ' j I 5 SCHOOL BOARD . . . HEROES OF EDUCATION School Board: Mr, Ewen, Mr. Forsyth, Mr. Hodges, chairmang Mr. Van Hyning, Mr. Tousey. MR. PIETILA Principal MRS. CLARK Serretary Shorthand ii n 'fh' .. Af,-s"f'r'1a.fem fi ,, , i ' i -' V we 43431-: H A , r,, , ,'f:'.,ff:-rw ,iffy-21vzr.": -wmiffm,. va5f?z'zEm.1 V wr, - A K". :r:,.ii':g wer' QT' ., i W ff:: 9 1' ' . Vi' Q 'Q ., 1 -. . , f ,,,, ., .. V hw-M .,, M Sli ' A"- f A H 5 . Physics JOHN OVERBY MARION CHARLOTTE Physics GUNTHER FEENEY NELLIE SNYDER GRACE GALVIN CHARLES Library Public Speaking JOHNSON American LAMAR BELL MARGARET Problems Band EMMONS English RANDALL HARRISON Physical FACULTY Education Homemaking English Chemistry Choir Algebra Shop Q, ELVA Physical MERIT BISHOP Shop GEORGE ZAHN Chemistry, Biology MYRTLE MULLEN Mathematics NELLIE ELWERT Business THEY INSTRUCTED Boys' Physical Education :sfee.4fwaw,.fp-,f. iw- ' ,f2+fw:dmi' ls a .a'1w,::xs,Qt.w-.,. lfiwm' Typing JAMES LEHAN American History MANA AMBURN English Journalism, Languages BETTY STRATFORD . Business ' FRANK JOY Choir LLOYD JOHNSON AND ENCOURAGED Home Economics American Problems MOMS AND DADS INDISPENSABLE 1.-Officers: Mr. D. Farrier vice presidentg Mrs. D. Baker , presidentg Mrs. I. Rice, secre- taryg Mrs. A. Petersen, treasurer 2.-Meeting, October 26, 1956 3. 4. 5.-Moms and Dads at- tend class on back-to-school nightg Honor Society ushers. 1 MAINTENANCE STAFF PROVES FAITHFUL Rev. St. George, K. Miller, D. Pileggi, E. Itel, J Itel, H. Schlichting, H. Ewen. Mr. Abrahrns, Mrs. Abrahms, Mr. O'Brien. Mrs. Bunney, J. Christensen, Mrs Morrison, C. Tousey, Mrs. Robinson STUDENT 1 i i 2 2 E 5 T 1 THE RIGHT LUBRICANT FOR f SMILEY BURNETT BOB FOORD ROMA ADAMS LOUISE WILSON Pfexidenl Vine Pfefident Serrezary T1-ggwfer COUNCIL First row: L. Penrose, B. DeWeese, D. Baker C. Rice, M. McLean, R. Adams, B. Foord, S Burnett, L. 'Wi1s0n, J. Mikkalo, T. Petersen, J Eagleson, J. Penrose. Second row: C. jett, B Carsh, D. Frederick, G. Lockyear, L. Diller, M Mullen. Advixeru Mr. Pietila, Mr. L. johnson. MACHINERY OF STUDENT BODY AFFAIRS JOANNE MIKKALO JEAN PENROSE TERRY PETERSEN CARL RICE Apfiyiyiey Manager Hi-Span Edizgf Sergeant-al-Armf Athletics' Manager 9 Qs 2 Wwfwvw L f,ii5312, ,A . N .. ,, u ,,.. 11 , . :f:i:Ff1EE" X 54 ,4- '-iifv W, M Sqft' ,, 1 an 3' s Y ,I 5 2 Q ii , K1.:'5532fa2s1E- -' ,E ,L,,mm,L 9, . Q SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS Prefident ............... ........ B UZZY CARSH Repreyentative ............ ........... D ARCY FREDERICK Vice Pfefident .......... ....... C HESTER KLOCK Sergeant!-at-Armx .......... ............... D ON DREYER Sefretdfy ............ .,....,,.. E LAINE GARNER DICK BAKER Treafzzrer ........... .......... M ARCIA MCLEAN JOE TRIPP MRS MULLEN Senior Adifirefpr Mr LEHAN MRS. GALVIN MRS. ELWERT CLASS COLORS CLASS FLOWER Blue and Silver Red R056 CLASS MOTTO "Not merely to exist, but to amount to fometloing, is life." Football, basketball, the Senior Prom, Graduation-these are memories that we share with high school graduates throughout the country, young people in New England, on the warm shores of the Gulf, in the farming communities of the Middle West, everywhere in this land of ours, former high school students remember these things and probably feel much the same way about them that we do. But at Tigard High School, as at every other high school in the country, there are some special things, some memories which will be entirely our own in the years to come. Who will soon forget the Magazine Sale Contest that we almost won? Or the November we tried our hand at politics in the mock election held in the American Problems and American History classes? This year will be remembered across the country as the year of Elvis Presley, Pat Boone, and Tab Hunter. We will remember them as we will remember rock ln' roll music and car coats and sweater vests, remember them well because they represent a definite part of our lives, when the smallest part of living is so very important, when all motion is forward. ROMA ADAMS Student Body Secretaryg junior Class Treasurerg Junior Home- coming Princessg Girls' League Secretaryg Pep Club. PATRICIA MARILYN ANDERSON Junior Class Secretaryg Junior Prom Princessg Junior May Fete Princessg Yearbook Staffg THC President. PATRICIA LOU ARMENTA Junior Prom Princess Tigerettes GAA Chorus DOROTHY AUFMUTH DICK BAKER Senior Class Sergeant-at-Armsg Es- cort for Homecomingg Lettermen Club Presidentg Hi-Yg Public Speaking. GEORGE BARTON Junior Prom Escortg Lettermen's Clubg Ski Clubg Chorusg Public Speaking. GLENN A. BECHTOLD, JR. Lettermen's Clubg Rod and Gung Radio Club. GEORGE BELNAP Tumblingg Chorus. Girls' Leagueg IRLg THCQ Cho- rus' Librarian. MARY BORLAND Girls' League Sergeant-at-Armsg Pep Club Vice Presidentg THCg Public Speakingg Plays. FLOYD H. BERGMANN Yearbook Staffg IRLQ Bandg Boys State Representativeg High Maga- zine Salesman. NANCY JEAN BLODGETT Honor Society Treasurerg Year- book Staffg Girls' Leagueg IRLg Band. HOWARD C. BRUNER Rod and Gun. MARCIA ELAINE BULL Sophomore Homecoming Princessg Junior Prom Princessg Tigerettes IRLQ Chorus. BARBARA BRADBURY Girls' Leagueg THCQ Librarian Secretary. PATRICK R. BRAMLEY Lettermen's Clubg Rod and Gun Sergeant-at-Arms. DEANNA CURL League Vice Presiclentg Pep Club Tigerettesg Chorus. EDWIN DOCTOR Exchange Student from Pakistan IRL Presidentg Basketball Man- agerg Bandg Hi-Spots Staff. junior Prom Queeng Girls' J CECELIA ALICE CRAWFORD Girls' Leagueg Pep Clubg IRLQ GAA Points Chairmang THC Secretary. DONNA CUNNINGHAM Yearbook Staffg Pep Clubg THCQ GAAg Public Speaking. SMILEY BURNETT Student Body Presidentg Master of Ceremonies Junior Promg IRL3 Voice of Democracy Contest Win- nerg Senior Play. BUZZY CARSH Sophomore Class Presidentg Sen- ior Class Presiclentg junior Prom Escortg Lettermen's Clubg Hi-T. JANICE CHRISTENSEN Girls' Leagueg THCQ Chorus. JOAN COOK Girls' League Song Leaderg Pep Clubg IRLg THCQ Chorus. ii. JOHN D. FARRIER IRLQ Radio Clubg Bandg Public Speaking. BETTY MARIE FINLEY Homecoming Queeng Pep Club Sergeant-at-Armsg GAAg THCQ Public Speaking. DIANNE JOAN FLACK Junior Prom Princessg Tigerette Vice Presidentg Sophomore Rally Girlg Girls' Leagueg IRL. ROBERT L. FOORD Student Body Vice Presidentg Sophomore Class Secretaryg Junior Class Presidentg Honor Societyg Yearbook Staff. DON DREYER Senior Class Sergeant-at-Armsg IRLQ Ski Clubg Calypso Dancerg Chorus. ELWOOD CHARLES DUNMIRE Lettermen's Clubg lRLg Vice Presidentg Radio Clubg Bandg Public Speaking. JANE EAGLESON Junior Class Vice Presidentg Yearbook Staffg Girls' League Presidentg Rally Squadg THC. MARGUERITE EWEN Girls' Leagueg IRLg THCQ Cho- rusg Band. RON FUGERE Letterrnen's Clubg Hi-Tg Ski Clubg Chorusg Public Speaking. ARDEN JAY GAGE Rocl and Gung Ski Clubg Band. ELAINE GARNER Senior Class Secretaryg Yearbook Staffg Pep Clubg IRLQ THC. JUDITH ANN GEER Sophomore Cotton and Cord Princessg Pep Clubg Girls' Leagueg THCg Public Speaking. DONALD JOHN FRISBY Radio Club, Band. DON FUGERE Letterrnen's Clubg Hi-T3 Ski Clubg Public Speaking. DIANA M. FRAZER Girls' Leagueg THCQ IRLQ GAA Chorus. DARCY F. FREDERICK Senior Class Representativeg Soph omore May Fete Escortg Letter men's Clubg Hi-T President. 45 - WWW is? MICHAEL ROBERT HEUER Radio Clubg Band. JANET ELNA HOLMGREN Pep Club Secretaryg Girls' Leagueg IRLQ Bandg Public Speaking. RUBY ALTA HATFIELD Girls' Leagueg Pep Clubg IRLQ GAAQ Band. RICHARD W. HEATH Yearbook Staff g IRLQ Bandg Cho- rusg Public Speaking. .4 uuiil . . l 'liflw ' Q MARION R. GIDEON Rod and Gun. RICHARD E. GILLIGAN Lettermerfs Clubg Hi-T. L. BERT GIROD Lettermerfs Clubg Rod and Gun Shop Clubg Chorusg Public Speak ingk RONALD C. HARRIS IRLg Bandg Sophomore Play Dance Band. MARGARET KNAUSS Sophomore May Fete Princessg Junior Prom Princessg Hi-Spots Staffg Pep Clubg IRL. CAROL JEAN LANDIS Girls' Leagueg FTA Presidentg IRLg THCQ GAA. JOAN MARIE KINCAID Girls' Leagueg THC Vice Presi- clentg IRLQ GAAg Public Speak- ing. CHESTER KLOCK Senior Class Vice Presiclentg Jun- ior Prom Escortg Lettermen's Clubg Hi-T Secretaryg Public Speaking. DAVID HUGHBANK Yearbook Staffg IRLQ Chorus. CLAUDEAN JASKER Girls' Leagueg IRLQ GAAg Public Speaking. JUDY JOLLY Girls' Leagueg IRLg GAAg THCg Chorus, ROY ARTHUR KENT Junior Class Representativeg Let- termen's Clubg Radio Clubg Band Presidentg Debate Team. SHARON MELISSA MARTIN Honor Societyg Yearbook Staffg Girls' Leagueg IRL. ROCHELLE MARIE MARTINAZZI Junior Prom Princessg Pep Clubg Tigerette Secretary-Treasurerg IRL- GAA. 1 PHYLLIS LEA MARTINE Girls' League Reporterg Pep Clubg GAA Sergeant-at-Armsg IRLg Band. LEE 'MAXWELL Girls' Leagueg IRLQ GAAg Bandg Tumbling. GORDON LITTLE Lettermen's Clubg Calypso Danc erg Chorus. CAROL JANET LIVINGSTON Girls' Leagueg IRLg TI-ICQ GAA Chorus. MARILYN LONG Girls' Leagueg IRLQ THCQ GAAQ Chorus. REIN MAGI Junior Prom Escortg junior May Fete Escortg Lettermc-2n's Clubg Ski Club Sergeant-at-Arms. J. MICHAEL NEELEY Yearbook Staffg Honor Societyg Lettermen's Clubg IRLQ Radio Club. CATHERINE ANNE O'FARRELL Yearbook Staffg Honor Society Historiang Girls' Leagueg IRLQ THC. ELAINE ANNETTE OHMAN Maid Marian Princessg Pep Clubg Tigerette Presidentg IRL Treas- urer Uuniorjg Band. HAROLD PAULSON Rod and Gung Shop Clubg Cho- IUS. GAYLA MCCREIGHT Hi-Spotsg Yearbook Staffg Yell Leaderg Bandg Chorus .Treasurer MARCIA MCLEAN A Senior Class Treasurerg Yearbook Staffg Honor Society Presidentg Pep Clubg Band Secretary. .IOANNE SHARON MIKKALO Student Body Activities Manaerg Junior Prom Crown Bearerg Hi- Spots Staffg Pep Clubg NW journalism Contest Winner. MARSHA EILEEN MU LLEN Freshman May Pete Princess Honor Societyg Pep Club Presi- dentg THCQ Chorus. JEAN PENROSE Junior Cotton and Cord Princessg Hi-Spots Staffg Honor Societyg Pep Clubg Band. TERRY PETERSEN Student Body Sergcnt-at-Armsg Tumbling Clubg Bandg Public Speaking. Q JANICE ROSE PILLSTER Girls' Leagueg Pep Clubg THC GAAQ Public Speaking. ROBERT W. REYNOLDS junior Prom Escortg Bandg Cho- I.'1lS. CARL E RICE Student Body Athletic Manager Sophomore Class Vice Pres1clent Yearbook Staff' Honor Society' Letterrnen's Club. ROBERT RISING H1 Spots Staff, IRL. Girls' JOYCE LOUISE ROBINSON Leagueg IRLQ GAAQ THC. MICHAEL VAN SALTWICK IRL. MARILYN E. SOUTHARD Honor Societyg Pep Club Treas- urerg GAAg Bandg Public Speak- ing. JOANNE ROSE SPRAGUE Pep Clubg IRLQ THCg GAA. WALTER G. SENN Rod and Gun President. ANNE MARIE SHIRLEY JANE E. SCHMIDT Girls' Leagueg IRLg THCg Bandg Public Speaking. GORDON F. SCOTT Lettermerfs Clubg Bandg Public Speaking. Honor Societyg Girls' Leagueg Majoretteg Chorus. JANET JEAN SNELL Girls' League Treasurerg Rally Squaclg GAAQ IRLg Band. SAM LEROY TODD Hi-Spotsg IRLg FTAg Hi-C Re- porter. JOE TRIPP Senior Class Sergeant-at-Armsg Hi-Spots Staffg Lettermen's Clubg IRL Sergeant-at-Armsg Debate Team. JOE WALDO Calypsog Chorusg Public Speak- ing. GARY G. WALKER Lettermen's Clubg IRLg Bandg Debate Teamg Exchange Student to Germany. SHARRON LEE STEELE Girls' Leagueg IRL. JANICE LUCILLE THATCHER Honor Society Secretaryg Girls' Leagueg IRLQ Bandg Winner of Voice of Democracy Contest. DAVID C. TIGARD Ski Club Treasurerg Hi-Tg Bandg Public Speaking. NORYTA TIPTON Girls' Leagueg IRLg GAAQ THCQ Chorus. LOUISE WILSON Student Body Treasurerg Honor Society Vice Presidentg Girls' Leagueg Pep Clubg IRL. JOHN WINKLEBLECK Rod and Gung Radio Clubg Ski Clubg Band Vice Presidentg De- bate Team. JOHN W. WINTERS Rod and Gun. SHIRLEY YEDLOUTSCHNIG Girls' Leagueg GAAQ IRLg Cho- rusg Public Speaking. EVONNE WHEELBARGER Girls League, Pep Club, IRL, GAAQ Public Speaking. TOM WIGGINS DIXIE ANN WASHBURN Twirlersg IRLQ Boppers Clubg Chorusg Public Speaking. BILL WELLER Junior Prom Escortg IRLg Ski Clubg Chorusg Public Speaking. Tumblingg Transfer from Benson ROY KENT National Merit Scholarship Final- ist. Q MARCIA BULL State Radio-Shorthand Winner SENIORS ACHIEVE HONORS JEAN PENROSE DAR Representative GARY WALKER American Field Serviceg Summer Exchange Student. BOB FOORD NROTC Scholarship Finalist MARCIA MCLEAN Northwest Band Delegate JANICE THATCHER District Winner of Voice of De- mocracy Speech Contest. MIKE NEELEY National Merit Scholarship Final- SENIOR MEMORIES WE HOLD Senior offering in class competi- tion. Measuring for caps and gowns. Time out to exchange pictures. Girls' favorite pastime. Seniors relax after school. Deep in thought?? Nm.gu9mm- ,. if gui-wwwfwfrrwwf:-Wwwww.: .... ,,n:.r.Q..-,gi ..., ,:,.m.. .. ,,,, Lk ., .. , ,,,,,,,,,-, - - AND TREASURE FOREVER Staff members leave for Press conference. Seniors choose announcements. 1 Hungry? Couples enjoy noon dance. Off to work Girls pick out spring suit patterns. , mmm.-Q ,mv.7:lim-M--fmimwwmmwwnWm..Q-.fufr Q,-mm. --f. imm:w.iWw,fiw,r:WWwMw ,--'f W, .wfwmmumr-u,w,ms.vS. U nderclussmen Juniors Show Top Spirit and f -: ,.gw.J,..,. . .,, .-,, 'fi' i 1 - iiii S S ii' Ti , MR- BISHOP s ii l i . MRS. FEENEY .2 1 rs. N43 V2 MISS GUNTHER Class officers: Bill DeWeese, student council rep.g jon Ogle, treasurerg Glenna Loclcyear, president second semes- terg Dave Luty, president first semesterg Dick Speer, secre- taryg Don Vogan, sergeant-at-arms. 5,95 5 First row: Y. Saarinen, S. Boennighausen, M. Kable, M. Howe, L. Tipton. Second row: J. Mikels, D. Hazel, D. Miller, G. Lewis. Third row: B. Ames, R. Maynard, R. Conry. 46 ORGANIZATION DURING PEP ASSEMBLIES i First row: K. Waddell, B. Bryan, D. Knowles, P. Livermore, N. Schwartz, E. Bennett. Second row: J. Bain, D. Silvey, A. Magi, J. Bush- nell, S. McDaid. Third row: J. Heiserman, L. Hansen, R. Graves, P. Crouse. Fourth row: S. Hatfield, M. Whitmarsh, K. Snyder, L. Henry, J. Mayhew. First row: L. Freuler, M. Whithead, P. Ogden, S. Becker, J. David, D. Cook. Second row: N. Armfield, N. Whitaker, B. Abrams, 1. Kneeland, M. Erdman. Third row: J. Long, L. Gilmore, D. Helgesson, W. Fessler. Fourth row: D. Jarman, M. Singer, S. Lesh, D. Olsen, J. Vallery. 47 HARD WORK - GOOD PROM 'CW' First row: S. Gift, L. Pillster, M. Highhouse, M. Steen, L. Hord, S. Smith. Second row: B. Rogers, V. Bushbaum, T. Elliot, S. Scheckla, l J. Story. Third row: M. Rogers, N. Christensen, D. Adams, H. Vreeland. Fourth row: D. Sills, B. Schreiner, H. Rutherford, L. Stratton, l D. Fairbanks. l 209' First row: S. Maynard, J. Martin, J. Johansen, S. Altig, J. Baker, L. Williams. Second row: P. Swanson, M. Dobson, R. Bishop, N. Frye, L. Drummond. Third row: B. Snyder, D. Atkins, R. Snyder, R. Kenny. Fourth row: L. Waldo, R. Salzer, S. Frison, H. Sherley, B. Henrickson. PEP TROPHY TO PIE: JUNIOR ACTIVITIES The pause that refreshes. Congratulations ! Glenna receives pep trophy. Fashion conscious juniors. Smile!! Juniors suffer loss of magazine sale -iii-3 , ,,.w,aMiswmwffwwMw Hear ye, Hear Ye-junior skit. f.....Wz4m...,,...uM1u ee' -. . 1 we s-,M,,,w f ,ieimmmwwmmmpvnniuuqu Q-gil First row: B. Maynard, J. Thatcher, A. Slaughter, J. Christensen, F. Steele, M. Johansen, C. Delaney. Second row: S. Yeomans, P. Fisher, L. Brown, J. Harris, A. Schlosser, L. Jones, M. Reed, T. Dreyer. Third row: R. Archer, J. Ullrich, L. Neeley, P. Bennett, B. Gates, L. Plieth, D. Dimbat. Fourth row: C. Tousey, A. Calkins, K. Blodgett, T, Mill, C. Hutchins, J. Lockman, O. Robinett. l SOPHOMORES OFF TO GOOD. 4 First row: R. Winklebleck, J. Larson, B. J. Hage, S. Hanegan, D. Scott, J. Sanders. Second row: M. Helser, N. Nelson, J. White, M. l Heise, L. Leus, L. Snyder, Third row: C. Kastel, G. Endicott, B. Hing, T. Wheelbarger, F. Hultin, G. Baker. Fourth row: C. Fuller, X G. Dixon, C. Bechtold, J. Keesling, L. Duerst, K. Kent, L. Payne. -Q-9 "-YS' Sophomores receive first day of reckoning-Report cards!! START IN MAGAZINE SALE First row: J. Milroy, B. Al- bertson. Second row: L. Dil- ler, R. Nogle. Third row: W. Cundiff. Fourth row: L. Payne. T A mari? Class officers and advisers: First row: Mrs. Coombs, Mr. Zahn, Larry Penrose, presidentg Mr. Overby, Mrs. Emmons. Second row: Patty Price, treasurerg Clifford Jett, student council ,Q representativeg Gordon Wilson, vice presidentg Linda. Hardman, secretary. 1- 1? J 2 I H." 'K' 14.4, 'r "fl 4 , ,F wi: First rowi C. Westgard, S. Coffelt, D. Peters, S. Tilse, J. Pilkington, P. Allison. Second row: J. Gibbs, D. Drummond, C. Schreiner, D. Tidwell, M. Fong, S. Tyler. Third row: C. Leriche, E. Peterson, D. Jackson, N. Cobb, D. Speight, B. Winkle, D. Metzger. Fourth l I 1 SOPHOMORES PROVE HARD WORKERS l row: D. Stantin, A, Kroo, T. Fugere, R. Sattler, R. Schneider, T. Livermore. l ,. Q K 1 f 5 . K 4 First row: B. Whitmarsh, K. Ridenour, J. Guttormson, L. Wiggins, J. Trapp, S. Sawyer. Second row: B. Sundberg, M. Steen, E. Butt, J. Morris, P. Chambers, L. Monroe, J. Volz. Third row: M. McMahon, E. Stearns, C. Gwin, L. Hardy, M. Hord, J. Long. Fourth rOW2 D. Dunmire, O. Snyder, S. Martin, R. Sattler, A. Twigg, R, Van Den Hcede, T. Amstad. 52 l NEW WORLD OPENS TO SOPHOMORES W5'W at JS if X Y , V L, :Eff .s w e t, .4-iffy ., f amz?-,W Band members sell Candy, if ' ' , My N t s Xl f--1:4 zfilirelwsfte-'11 , 4, sf-TMJ! 52525 . V J J . , as " . :,,,jf.Hm-.,j,1j.-5,E,H .,f. A . " " Cars interest boys. 7 ,Q W l l ! I Big night for Carolyn, I Top magazine salesmen. Surprise l ! ! Monica entertains. -rm. -1- ,,..,f A - .raw f - f ,: .f,. af. if - - r ..,.wmy -l nf 11 53 Organizations ,nh I GIRLS LEAGUE AIMS FOR lk S ' First row: C. Delaney, J. Thatcher, D. Peters, S. Coffelt, A. Slaughter, S. Tilse, K. Ridenour, M. Johansen, B. Maynard. Second row: M. Whithead, L. Drummond, S. Sheckla, P. Ogden, D. Cook, J. David, G. McCreight, B. Hage. Third row: L. Duerst, D. Tidwell, L. Monroe, T. Dreyer, P. Chambers, M. Fong, S. Tyler, P. Fisher, S. Hanegan, M. Helser. Fourth row: J. Keesling, B. Bryan, L. Tipton, V. Bushbaum, M. Kable, M. Howe, E. Bennett, L. Diller, R. Nogle. f . , .. First row: J. Mikkalo, M. Highhouse, D. Washburn, J. Martin, L. Freuler, C. Jasker, J. Johansen, S. Gift, S. Maynard. Second row: S. Altig, P. Anderson, D. Curl, B. Finley, K. Waddell, D. Silvey, J. Kneeland, J. Baker, B. Bradbury. Third row: J. Story, M. Dobson, N. Frye, L. Williams, L. Pillster, N. Armfield, J. Bain, S. McDaid, G. Lockyear, J. Bushnell. Fourth row: S. Becker, B. Rogers, S. Smith, J. Jolly, M. Long, N. Blodgett, C. O'Farrell, P. Livermore, N. Whitaker, P. Swanson. 56 BETTERMENT OF SCHOOL First row: L. Hord, J. Pillster, M. Steen, D. Aufmuth, C. Tyson, E. Wheelbarger, R. Martinazzi, D. Flack, P. Armenta. Second row: M. Mullen, E. Ohman, M. Southard, S. Martin, J. Robinson, J. Thatcher, M. Erdman, S. Yedloutschnig, M. Bull, J. Kincaid. Third row: M. McLean, I. Schmidt, J. Geer, D. Cunningham, A. Shirley, R. Hatfield, J. Landis, A. Magi, I. Holmgren, J. Christensen. Fourth row. E. Garner, D. Fraser, C. Crawford, L. Wilson, J. Penrose, S. Boennighausen, Y. Saarinen, M. Knauss, N. Schwartz. First row: C. Westgard, J. Pilkington, P. Price, D. Briggs, J. Gibbs, L. Wiggins, P. Allison, J. Harris, B. Whitmarsh. Second row: I Guttormson, J. Morris, B. Sundberg, M. Steen, J. Trapp, J. Sanders, D. Scott, S. Sawyer. Third row: C. Schreiner, D. Drummond S. Yoemans, L. Brown, L. Hardman, E. Butt, M. Reed, J. Christensen. Fourth row: N. Nelson, A. Schlosser, J. White,J. Volz,M. Heise L. jones, L. Snyder, L. Leus. 57 1 YEARLY PROJECTS VARY Officers-First row: Doreen Knowles, junior rep.g Phyllis Martine reporterg janet Snell, treasurer. Second row: jane Eagleson, president joan Cook, song leaderg Mary Borland, sergeant-at-arms. Third row Sharon Tilse, sophomore rep.g Roma Adams, secretaryg Deanna Curl vice president. MRS. GALVIN, udzJi5e1' Girls' League listens as Sgt. Lusk describes Army life. whiff' YFC: SERVICE NOW-HOPE FOR TOMORROW :Rl'5l Y .. 6. 1 9 Officers: Linda Horde, vice presidentg jerry Long, presidentg jean Landis, secretary-treasurer. Advirer: MR. OVERBY First row: J. Long, A. Calkins, T. Wheelbarger, G. Baker, Rev. Cobb, speaker. Second row: C. Fuller, B. Bryan, L. Hord, Mr. Overby, adviser. Third row: B. Brad- bury, M. Steen, E. Butt, R. Bishop. WW .-r""'f2 4 Aw- we 2 Z 'T 'w , M . asf Q y R E y ,S Don Sills George Barton Gary Lewis Darcy Frederick Buzzy Carsh Bob Snyder Rein Magi Dick Miller .re1'geam'-al-army vine prwidezzl jon Ogle Steve Hatfield Don Fugere Lettermen provide humorous antics during the year. BETTER ORDER OF II II S. H. . W i. . E I f ,J W .v W' Q""'f',,,..w .W -Wi gf. of .wa A 'Ts -ee-:f"' ee it Carl Rice Dick Baker Dick Speer Tony Elliot Ron Snyder 1efrezary-z1'eafu1'er prerident Don Vogan Roy Kent Gordon Little Glen Bechtold Gary Walker Bert Girod First row: J. Larson, B. I-ling, D. Fairbanks, K. Kent, D. Dimbat, O. Snyder. Second row: C. Gwin, N. Cobb, B. Schreiner, L. Stratton, S. Lesh, D. Gilligan, T. Petersen. Third row: E. Dunmire, M. Neeley, B. DeWeese, C. Klock, B. Ames, J. Mayhew. CHARACTER, SERVICE, Z' Q 1 mm-I First row: J. Bain, J. Winters, J. Robinson, M. Bull, J. Eagleson, J. Thatcher, J. Penrose, G. Dixon, C. Gwin. Second row: Mrs. Snyder, O. Snyder, M. Mullen, R. Kent, F. Bergmann, S. Boennighausen, M. Heise, B. Foord, Y. Saarinen. Louise Wilson, vice president Mrs. Snyder, adviser Marcia McLean, preridenz Honor NATIONAL gf socum - 1 YV X0 9 S, Martin and M. Southard change the Honor Members take tickets at the ball games. Roll, LEADERSHIP, SCHOLARSHIP First row: G. Wilson, N. Blodgett, M. McLean, S. Martin, D. Hughbank, J. Kneeland, C. O'Farre11. Second row: B. Strong, M. South ard, C. Rice, M. Neeley, A. Shirley, L. Wilson, S. Scheclcla, L. Hardman, Mr. Pietila. ,af Nancy Bloclgett, zreafurer Janice Thatcher, .refrelary Catherine O'Farrell, lairtorian , Soc lety New Members are inducted at the Moms and Dads meeting. Q5-.....,,w 'la FRIENDS, ROMANS, COUNTRY First row: B. Carsh, P. Bramley, P. Crouse. Second row: D. Baker, B. Finley, J. Snell, E. Wheelbarger, R. Martinazzi. Third row: G. Barton, D. Dreyer, S. Todd, Mrs. Galvin. Center left: Janice Thatcher wins District- "Voice of Democracy Speech" Contest. 1'1rst row L I-lord P Sxunson N Izyc J Bain E Bennett IN Aimfield G Lockymr N. Wfhitaker. Second row: D. Olson J Heis ermm H Rutherford M Singer L Hmsen G Scott G Betlmtoltl j Mikcls J Ogle. Third row: R. Graves, J. Mayhew, D Miller MEN . . . " PUBLIC SPEAKING First row: C. jasker, S. Gift, S. Yed, M. Southard, J. Eagleson, P. Armenta. Second row: B. Rogers, J. Schmidt, J. Farrier, D. Tigard, W. Fessler, D. Cun- ningham, P. Anderson. Third row: D. Helgesson, S. Burnett, R. Kent, G. Walk- er, J. Winklebleck, C. Klock. Judy Geer speaks at Armistice Day Program. First row: D. Washburn, S. Steele, J. Thatcher, D. Curl, G. McCreight, J. Pillster: Second row: R. Snyder, M. Borland, I. H0lfI'1grCrl E. Garner, M. Bull, E. Ohman, M. Mullen, J. Mikkalo. Third row: R. Fugere, T. Petersen, E. Dunmire, J. Tripp, K. Snyder, B Weller, B. Foord. . 65 CALYPSOS BIG HIT WITH NEW SONG ACT Prerideul. jack Mayhew fidl'i,f6'f'. Mr. johnson Bottom picture: R. Winklebleck, M. Singer, H. Rutherford, L. Hardy, D. Miller, J. Heiserman, D. Dreyer, 'j. Waldo, D. Speer, 1. Mayhew, K. Snyder. RADIC CLUB-A LIVE WIRE GROUP David Dunmire, prefidenl Bill Gates, vice prefiderzl Bob Abrams, Jecrelary-lrea5u1'er Mr. Overby, advifer Members line up behind voltmeter. R. Kenny, M. Rogers, D. Dunmire, B. Gates R. Kent, and Mr. Overby repair jukebox. W2-53 aww A COMMERCIAL DEPARTMENT AGAIN TOPS Advanced typists strive for excellence. Again Tigard Senior High commercial classes take highest places in State Shorthand Contest. Seated are Janet Holmgren, Second Place Winnerg Marcia Bull, First Place. Standing are Marsha Mullen, Fourth Placeg Joyce Robinson, Third Place. and Mrs. Elwert, head of Commercial Department. Advanced Shorthand, too, works toward high goals of speed and accuracy. A .if 9 11 .ff .44 .gp 319' V V . X . 'L 3 .iv -" L' S.: ls Y Q if ' ' qavfiggg I ,in .5251 lik I , , ' , vw f ' mv . Y ., A 'D IE, P? JFQEQFZ .ik Y Hier' 25 15-T fl' :S - 1 ni TNR? W..- 7 wif 3"Z'2 'xg-'QP v i 41 1 70 PEP CLUB Top: Rally squad leads yell in original new uniforms. Bottom: The "T" stands out against the white in Tigard's outstanding section at basketball Jamboree. ORGANIZES OUT First row: S. Smith, N. Frye, M. Dob- son, B. Rogers, R, Adams, E. Wheel- barger, J. Pillster. Second row: M. Knauss, C. Craw- ford, P. Livermore, J. Bain, G. Lock- year, N. Armfield, J. Cook, STANDING YELL SECTICN FOR JAMBOREE Officers Betty Finley sergeant-at-arms, Judy Geer secretary janet Holmgren, recording secretary Marilyn Southard, treasurer, Mary Borland vice president Marsha Mullen, presi dent Mrs Amburn adsiser. First row: P. Swan- son, M. Erdman, J. Mikkalo, D. Curl, J. Sprague, R. Hat- field, E. Ohman. Second row: E. Garner, S. McDaid D. Knowles, M. Mclean, P. Mar- tine, J. Penrose, L. Wilson. ROD AND Claude Leriche, Sergeant-ab Arms, Bill Sparks, Treasurer, Walter Senn, President, Clif- ford Jett, Secretary, Jan Lock- man, Vice President. Mr. Zahn, adviser First row: C. Fuller, C. Leriche, G. Dixon, L. Payne, G. Baker, W. Cundiff, J. Larson, B. Albertson. Second row: R. Van Den Heede, L. Hansen, J. Lockman, D. Miller, M. Gideon, L. Penrose, C. Hutchins, H. Bruner O. Robinett. . Us K GUN C Members in action jan Lockman holds his prize-winning antlers. First row: E. Stearns, C. Kastel, D. Dimbat, N. Cobb, R. Winklebleck D. Metzger, M. Hord, M. McMahon. Second row: D. Sellers, J. Winters J. Winklebleck, R. Archer, T. Livermore, L. Neeley, H. Paulson, A Twigg, C. Jett. FUTURE HOMEMAKERS Janice Christensen, presidentg Anita Slaughter, rep'rg Miss Gunther, adviser, joan Bushnell, secretary-treasurer, joan jacober, vice president, not pictured. J. Christensen, J. Bushnell, A. Slaughter, P. Anderson, D. Frazer, I. Edwards, N. Schwartz, D. Cunningham, L. Leus, B Sunberg L. jones. multi ,.-I Har 1. Mrs. Smith gives flowers pretty arrangements. 2. Lynette, Janis, Pat, and Norma make aprons for extra money. 5. Lea, Faye, Bonnie, and Marguerite find cooking is a must for homemal-:ing clubs! 4. Mrs. O'Farrell and Mrs. Dunmire display Christmas decorations. 5, Donna, Dianne, and Marguerite make posters for the annual "Cotton and Cord" dance. ,afawnw a-ff Q.Mm..,WM- ,. wwwmwwmtmwfwf,-mummm.tmmtfafamrwttm:Mm-.1t:matmaftwwmwf.aimwggwf:etatXf2.l-1 PEP - MAIN PURPOSE Jean Pilkington, points chairmang Lela Wiggins, secretaryg Joy Gibbs, activity chairman, Miriam Fong, vice president and treasurer, Linda Diller, president. First row: J. Pilkington, V. Bushbaum, S. Tilse, L. Vlfiggins. S. Maynard. S. Altig, D. Briggs, P. Price, A. Schlosser, Mrs. Coombs, adviser. Second row: J. Volz, S. Coffelt, S. Yeomans, J. Guttormson, J. Gibbs, L. Snyder, R. Nogle, L. Diller. Third row: L. Brown, S. Tyler, M. Fong, S. I-Ianegan, Y. Saarinen, M. Bull, T. Dre-yer.M.Kable. Q .- .- w - 5 ,l 1. AND AIM OF G.A.A. 1. G.A.A. challenges Pep Club to game of volleyball. 2. Girls practice for coming game. 3. Intramural competition of volleyball is played by girls. ' cz ' '-QM:-95 TIGERETTES ADD GLAMOUR Tigerettes perform at football game. PAT SWANSON PAT ARMENTA L 'X W LINDA PILLSTER Tigerette Members Q 1 ' ,..,,, , , L' I' - rrr . M Lrik , rrL 57 5, , I A f f,,W., f I In ANNE MAGI , . , ' ' i ' V ' L, ,K Q' 'Y ' V' 4' i rrr E 'W' g" ' 5 373 .Q If Q . ,gl ' 5- 5 . nfl- 'L t 4. E- "" 1 ' , L"' , - ',- ,Q-f ,Q 1 if 'Q v I ",' kk."1 w ' 'N' , - - - m f Lf -",-', f, ' EIHIHC Ohmfm, Pres1dent3 Dxane Flack, 552 2" '1'- ' , '9fi' r ' ,--L -' ' . . - - ' ,'-k .. L vxce presrdentg Rochelle M8ft1H3ZZ1, sec- :,, H ,., , ggi . 1 . retary-treasurerg Mrs. Stratford, advxser. 2 A 3, r,,.' x . r', 'Y 2 'r,,f L ' r'- ' . ':,. , zzk ,WMM I JENNIFER BAIN SYLVIA MCDAID MARCIA BULL ROCHELLE MARTINAZZI T WIRLER5 LEAD THE P First IQW, M . . Helser Q C. Sch feiner D , I Scott . second YOW. Chnstensen S 1 U Saw yel' N s . Nelso H D Q l Drum H101-ld San Shidey pres- easuxer, Nadine V Caiokjn Sdnsex dm Sawyer, secxetapg-ti Snedda, vice pseskden , Nason, 'ner, idenv, head nxdgoxexme. Mis. Vinson, ' Q. Scnsexne advksex, exphkns i xo Casown :onnne SPEAKERS TAKE TOP HONORS , . Mary, Jennifer, Nauey, and Monica take top honors in speech. Marilyn and Marsha enter in serious readingi Bob and Jennifer work hard on debate Joe Tripp .,..........,.,,. Margaret Highhouse. Elwood Dunmire ...,.. Bob Rising ........,. Edwin Doctor ......... Mr. Lehan ......,,... Sue Boenninghausen ..... .. ................... .... S effetafy Sergeant-al-Armx ............T1-eafurer ...Vine Prexident ............PreJidenl ........Ad1fiJer CONCEPTS OF UNIVERSALITY First row: L. Hord, D. Aufmuth, M. Steen, S. Yed, C. Tyson, M. Whitehead, C. Jasker. Second row: J. Kneeland, J. Thatcher, J. Robin- son, D. Cunningham, L. Drummond, S, Martin. Third row: B. Foord, F, Bergmann, G, Walker, D, Hughbank, R, Harris, mww0vf1ngv-W ,parm-11v.n1,Qru-,ww-t vmmff.vwwm-mnmmmwiiwmwwrwvwmwnwsfmwwwmmwfln -2 1,-mwmmutw-www.. mmm-,-.ugvmfyf --fff L fum?-un---uv-Wei. I.R.L. members amazed at the school schedule in Holland as told by Rhynvis Feith, elxchange student at Beaverton High School. MADE CLEARER THROUGH I.R.L. First row: J. Story, K. Waddell, D. Silvey, j. Schmidt, M. Highhouse, D. Flack. Second row: J. Jolly, M. Long, C. O'Farrel1, B Weller, N Blodgett, S. Boennighausen,'Y. Saarinen. Third row: B. Rising, R. Conry, M. Neeley, S. Burnett, D. Fairbanks, J. Farrier STAFF RUSHES NEWS TO STUDENTS nkwzn t mon C. Rice, business managerg Mr. johnson, adviserg J. Tripp, business manager and sports editor. ' ssr iisi T T S :',', ' T KW .1 ,:k, . Ol A 7 M W ir, iz, T. Q Q23 - T v f ' 'fi I i i T, T sii '-,' I 3. an 'V f' sii 2 ' Qi' T, gr n, r V 1 --'r ,AA . ia Q q JEAN PENROSE JOANNE MIKKALO BOB RISING EDWIN DOCTOR Editor Feazure Editor Newf Edilor Exrbange Sludenl Columnixz S. Todd, N. Armfield, R. Conry, Y. Saarinen, M. Probert. J. David, B. Rising, D. Cook. ! , . YEARBOOK DEADLINE MET.. . PHEW!! xg, Elaine Garner Marcia McLean Sharon Martin Roma AdamS Nancy Blodgett Catherine O'Farrell Editor Arfotiate Editor Organizationf Layout Senior Pieturer Senior Pirtures Editor Mike Neeley Bob Foord Pat Anderson jane Eagleson Carl Rice Joe Tripp Pbotograpber Photographer Burinen' Burinetr Manager Manager r f:'rvf frsflafr "'. y ztt :t,, :Qf 9 . E M , 5 ' -Q 'Q :'V ., Z.: ffft' ' iitr tt" - E i"i g or M' fir, .., r . ,- , I ,, V A dy, l 25. 12,-S r r r Lirr M o r E E v of rnnrrii iern' rr' E, to 2 1 D0nna Cunningham Gayla McCreight Dave Hughbank Floyd Bergmann Mrs. Amburn Mrs. Galvin Aft Editor Librarian Copy Reader Sportr Editor Literary Advirer Burineff Adzfirer i11111,i1 H wig OUTSTANDING TALENTS MAKE UP First row: H. Vreeland, M. McMahon, D. Ball, F. Bergmann, S. McDaicl, N. Nelson, J. Farrier. Second row: K. Kent, A. Twigg, J. Kneeland, R. Adams, G. Wilson, L. Penrose, R.Hatfield, B. Sparks, J. Heiserman. Third row: -I. Larson, L. Neeley, D. Heath, O. Robinett, J. Volz, R. Winklebleck, G. Bechtold, R. Kent. Fourth row: R. Harris, D. Drummond, D. Scott, C. Schreiner, S. Sheckla, E. Doctor, J. Long, D. Reed, J. Vallery. john Winklebleck, vice president, Roy Kent, presidentg Mr. Bell, director. First row: D. Dimbat, D. Ball, M. McMahon, P. Farance. Second row? G. . 1s...-n we --My-n-Q--mr Walker, B. Conry, R. Clark, K. Kent, A. Twigg, E. Doctor. H . H.. FAR awww-1.11m .w..Nfw f i BEST BAND IN TIGARD HISTORY First row: L. jones, J. White, M. Highhouse, D. Knowles, J. Penrose, J. Thatcher. Second row: J. Gage, J. Trapp, J. Sanders, J. Lock- man,, T. Livermore, M. Reed, E. Dunmire, D. Dimbat. Third row: J. Winklebleck, G. Dixon, P. Martine, B. Hing, S. Frison, B. Gates, T. Petersen, B. Conry, K. Blodgett, G. Walker. Fourth row: M. Heuer, D. Speer, L. Plieth, N. Blodgett, J. Snell, M. McLean, Mr. Bell, director. First row: E. Dunmire, G. Chambers, H. Vreeland. Second row: R. Kent, J. janet Snell, treasurer, Lynette jones, uniform manager, El- wood Dunmire, uniform managerg Carolyn Schreiner, points secretaryg Marcia McLean, secretary. Winklebleck, L. Hardman, R. Harris. Third row: M. Howe, Mr. Bell. First row: M. Mullen, L, Wiggins, M. Erdman, S. Smith, S. Steele, J. Bushnell, S. Boennighausen, L. Hardman. Second row: D. Washburn, S. Yedloutschnig, L. Pillster, M. Bull, N. Frye, Y. Saarinen, T. Dreyer, A. Magi. Third row: T. Elliot, L. Neeley, S. Martin, B. Strong, H. Rutherford, D. Vogan, S. Tyler. Fourth row: D. Offielcl, D. Olson, C. Gwin, E. Schreiner, G. Lewis, J. Mayhew, K. Blodgett, M. Steen, accompanist. BIG JOB TACKLED BY CHORUS First row: L. Pillster, secretary, G. Little, presidentg G. MC- First row: L. Freuler, B. Sundberg, D. Silvey. Second row: Cfeight, treasurerg J. Mayhew, vice Pf6SidC'HtL G- I-CWiS, SCI- D. Aufmuth, N. McManis, M. Steen, P. Ogden. Third row: geant-at-arms. R. Fugere, D. Adams, C. Hutchins. Q First row: K. Waddell, J. Guttormson, G. McCreight, B. May- Mr. joy directing the choir. nard. Second row: L. Drummond, J. Volz, J. Story, A. Slaughter. Third row: D. Frazer, S. Yeomans, D. Cook, M. Hjulstad. Fourth I 1 fy row: L. Waldo, L. Hardy, L. Hansen, O. Snyder. Quartet Curt Gwin Lar Hardy, Ken Blodgett, Ray Winklebleck IN A CAPPELLA SINGING First row: P. Chambers, E. Butt, A. Schlosser, P. Livermore, J. Gibbs, D. Briggs, M. Dobson, B. Rogers. Second row: N. Schwartz L. Monroe, P. Crouse, A. Calkins, B. Reynolds, D. Speight, S. Maynard. Third row: D. Miller, G. Barton, B. DeWeese, I. Waldo J. Ogle, J. Heiserman, M. Whitmarsh, G. Baker, M. Heise, accompanist. SHOP CLUB AIDS SCHOOL PROJECTS J. Mikels, R. Bishop, B. Ames, R. Salzer, Mr. Bishop, Adviser, D. Helgesson, L. Gilmore, B. Henrickson, S. Frison. Future Teachers Librarians First row: Beulah Maynard, Jean Landis. Second row: Mrs, Mul- First row: Barbara Bradbury, secretaryg Mrs. Snyder, adviser len, adviser, Sam Todd. Second row: john Long, presidentg Colleen Delaney, repx Jean Johansen, vice president. I-rfffa... ,rswsfq-f.-1',.s-,r www, ,mssw.r.m..wl1w ..Qf vmn :f.- CLUBS HELP PROMCTE ACTIVITIES Tigard students enjoy mixer sponsored by Twirlers, Honor Society juice machine proves popular. Here seniors Deanna Curl and Betty Finley test its wares. Pep Club sponsors con .essions at game. Mr. Zahn and Elaine Garner count proceeds from suc- Cake sales are always popular. This one is being held by Second Per cessful noon movie sponsored by Pep Club. iod P.E. ,, :W .i i Actlvltles n A 93 LETTERMEN STAGE HOMECOMING 1.-Queen Betty I and Prime Minister Dick Baker. 2.-Students join in dance after coronation. 3.-Princess Nancy Whitaker, Escort Dick Speer, Queen B tt F' ' ' ' ' e y inley, Prime Minister Dick Baker, Escort Larry Stratton, Princess Melody Johansen. HOBOES TAKE OVER DOGPATCH 1.-Note the well-dressed f?j look of this year's seniors. 2.--Shall we dance? 3.--Carolyn and Elwood say "I do," Marryin' Sam officiating. They were the best dressed couple at the dance. 4.-Having fun? ENCHANTMENT AND BEAUTY REIGN 'Q 2.-The moment has arrived. ' 3.-Princesses begin their memorable procession. 4 1 1.--Soft lights and dreamy music. 1 TO THE THEME OF "MOONGLOW" JUNIOR PROM COURT Queen Ann Magi, Crownbearer Margaret Highhouse, Princesses Nancy Whitaker, Kay Waddell, Nancy Frye, Marian Dobson, Linda Pillster, I.aVeta Frueler. 97 DADS HONORED ON VALENTINES DAY Daughter plays hostess to Dad on Valentine's Day. Old friendships renewed-new ones made at successful dinner. Donna, jane, janet, Gayla, and Judy appear in pantomime "Eloise" Mali Attractive centerpieces are arranged by decoration committee. Delicious food is served at the dinner. - up-mm.. ..... mf-M mn 5wqpMW ,wnwmp-nmuftfa,, -1,m,m LETTERMEN DANCE TO "YOUNG LOVE" w Dreamy Eyes Everybody having fun? Modern music provided by our very own dance band SENIOR PLAY: WJ lea "A MAN CALLED PETER" Pefer Marfball ..,....,..Y.... ....... S MILEY BURNETT Calberizze Marfhall .,..... ..,.,.,..,.A J EAN PENROSE DARRELL BURNETT Peler john Marfhall ......,. ...... JOHN WINKLEBLECK .......... MARILYN SOUTHARD DONNA CUNNINGI-IAM MARSHA MULLEN GAYLE MCCREIGHT DAVID TIGARD Allan Tallnet .......... M215 jaalitla Bickle .. Min fexfie Bifkle ...... Swan Gram' .....,..... Marian Gram' ...... Steven Grant .....,, George You ...................... ................... 'I OE TRIPP foe Kealing ...A..................... .....A..... B OB FOORD Serzalor famer Knox Polk ...... .,,.. C HESTER KLOCK Nancy Everett: ................ ........... P AT ARMENTA Barbara Logan ........ ............. E LAINE OHMAN Halda ................. ....... J ANICE THATCHER as ay- Peter Marshall helps the teen-agers. s we V . ww helioimange Mis. GZ' 501 Pei ww 9196 Curtain call! . - I: f .V -. , f .-ff, ,,,.,, V F ,, ,,,f f-f,rQW.,wVwmQ,:Mw111wwfmmppn--all .,rr, -1...-mwmw OUR SCOPE OF INTERESTS WIDEN 1. "Lest wc forget" Janice speaks at Veterans' Day Pro- gram. 1. Tigurd students cheer Ike at the rally. R. Aint wc lmving 21 grand time? sl. Congratulations, Floyd! s. Play Bull 21 ACTIVITIES FROM DAY TO DAY 41- ts Come MarCl1mg In Whtm me?? Edo Lubich entertains in National As- .-When the Sainchoiru sembly. P resented bl' the I02 Y.F.C. meets in the bandroom. I I Shall we dance? The speech class presents the Washing- ton aml Lincoln Day Program, F I I EDWIN JOINS IN NEW ACTIVITIES Edwin leaves for speaking engagement. The President leads an I.R.L. meeting. Gef rhythm! Edwin and his American family. Ed works hard on Hi-Spots after school. I03 "WE CAME-WE SAW-WE CONQUERED" 1 4 l I Go. Get fm, Tigers, Tigers climax the jamboree with victory! ! Slwhlihhhh . . W 'T' L s 1 Y K -F in -fb: - K 15 ' I 1. 5 2. .g :fi li f X'-1 ' in E 3 DuCk . - . juniors admire "drowned" Laker. SCHOOL ACTIVITIES VARY I,R,L. delegates off for big week- end, See our delegation at the I,R.L. convention. Pep band creates spirit in pep assemblies. Marcia Bull selected Pretty Prep- per. I05 Sports 9 First row: J. Larson, manager, T. Petersen, T. Elliot, O. Snyder, D. Sills, C. Gwin, D. Gilligan, E. Dunmire. Second row: R. Speer, G. Little, B, Carsh, J. Ogle, J. Mayhew, D. Luty, D. Baker, L. Stratton, S. Lesh. Third row: Coach Harrison, B. Girod, D. Miller, C. l Klock, G. Barton, B. DeWeese, D. Vogan, P. Bramley, M. Neeley, G. Lewis, Coach Johnson. ' l GREAT POTENTIALITY, UNDYING SPIRIT l BUILDS STRONG LINE FOR FUTURE l 1 l i First row: D. Dimbat, W. Cundiff, G. Dixon, R. Winklebleck. Second row: D. Jarman, M. McMahon, M. Hord, B. Hing, D. Fairbanks, g B. Strong, C. Leriche, J. Ullrich. Third row: N. Cobb, L. Waldo, O. 'Robinett, B. Sparks, K. Blodgett, Coach Overby, D. Reed, H. 4 Sherley, B. Salzer, S. Hatfield, C. Jett. l 4 DICK GILLIGAN Halfback, 1 year Varsity ELWOOD DUNMIRE Center, I year Varsity Tigard .,,. Tigard .,,,.., ..r.A. Tigard ....... YY.... Ti gard ,.,.,,.. ,..... Ti gard ....... Ti gard ...,... ...... Ti gard ....... ...... Tigard ....... ...Y.. Tigard ....... ....... Estacada ,,... Hood River . McMinnville St. Helens Newberg West Linn . Oregon City Oswego ...,. Forest Grove DICK BAKER MIKE NEELEY Fullback, 2 years Varsity Tackle 1 year Varsity Honorary Captain Coach Harrison, Assistant Coaches Overby and Johnson, J. Ogle, D. Baker. "Out of necessity this was a building year for our Tigard football team. Both players and coaches learned much during the year. Although many valu- able seniors will graduate, the team members return- ing for next year's action should give a good account of themselves. We are looking forward to next fall." naman? PAT BRAMLEY GEORGE BARTON . TERRY PETERSEN Guard, 1 year Varsity End, 2 years Varsity Guard, 1 year Vafgity Most Valuable Player W J 6.3 S i .. E2 ' 1' ., Q., if N i :- f 3 1259 Q his GQ. ' . 13 I F 5 :I . mfsg . I wb' Wrs-A1-fr'f-X5 1 ..-- 1 M HH ::5': ' .--wt , I ,- Q,-91. II zz, I 1 " W .W ie m. V , I , g I' ,. U f I 5: J ? . wg..5E?V, k. st Q if , I .V . ,. V A I ly i ., I ,E .K V T T IMI.i. Ti .V H, .. f W V Q 'ff fb ' E If W ' ' ii? 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Forward 7 ycus Varsity Forward TALENT AND UNENDING SPIRIT PUSH BILL NWELLER DARCY FREDERICK CURT GVUIN Guard, 1 year Varsity Guard. 2 years Varsity Guard, 1 year Varsity REIN MAGI ROY KENT BUZZY CARSH1 1-Ion, Capt. GARY XVALKER CARL RICE 2 yr, Varsity 1 yr, Varsity 5 yr, Varsity 1 yr. Varsity 5 yr Vxrsity TIGERS INTO WINNING CIRCLE ELXXIOOD DUN MIRE I I yr. Varsity 34 35 52 swi S5 ss 48 69 ii 58 Molnlla Battleground Molulla The Dalles , The Dalles Estacada Estacada , Newberg McMinnville Oswego T 29 T 35 T -I2 T ,46 T ,58 T ,eil T M415 T M45 T 47 T il T -I2 St. Helens, 52 59 -II -I1 -I2 60 51 52 48 61 St. Helens Oregon City Forest Grove West Linn ,, Forest Grove Newbery ,,,, Wfest Linn Oswego , . McMinnville Oregon City 'I 6 Mr. johnson. Coach: joe Tripp. David Hughbank. Mgrs. JUNIOR VARSITY WINS CHAMPIONSHIP First row: G. Dixon. Manager, T. Elliot, R. Winklebleck, D. Fairbanks, Mr. Harrison. Coach. Second row: W. Cuncliff, I. Ullrich, J Ogle, J. Lockman, -I. Mayhew, A. Kroo, L. Gilmore, O, Snyder, B. Strong. Beaverton ,.......,,,.,,,,...,,,.. 39 Sherwood ,,,,,,,,,,...,,,,,,,,, 14 Woodroxv Wilson ,,... .. 9 13 4...... .....,, A Lincoln ....,.,,,,,,,....,,,,A,,,. 23 38 fff,,,, ,----fY Oregon City ,,,,,,...,,,,,,.. 22 37 .-.-,.. --f-ffY Park Rose ,,,7,, ,,V..VV,, 5 7 36 "A---f -,f--f- Newberg ,,,,,,,,,,, .. ,,,,,,, 41 S 29 ,------ ---f- - - North Marion ,......, ,,,,,.. 3 8 9 ------- Forest Grove .,,,, ,,....,,,, 2 6 5 ----fff Mllwaukle """ "'A""" 3 9 First row: L. Payne, R. Bishop, J. Milroy, J. Dillon, Second row: T. Fugere, C. Bech- i""" Gresham? "" """"" 4 4 told, B. Snyder, Mr. Overby, coach, R, Snyder, N. Christensen, R. Fugere. Third rowt 8 """' West,L'nQ ""' A""""' 3 6 D. Speight, Manager, L. Henry, S. Burnett, P. Bramley, T. Peterson, K. Kent. """ ' McMinnville ..... ......i 2 8 6 -ffffff 8 ....... 16, Tigard Tigard Tigard Tigard Tigard .......T1ard .......Tigard ........Tigard ........Tigard ........Tigard ........Tigard ,...,..Tigarcl .Tigard WRESTLERS MEET IN CLASH OF STRENGTH PAT BRAMLEY RON FUGERE, Hon. Capt. TERRY PETERSEN SMILEY BURNETT 175 lb. class 138 lb. class 165 lb. class 145 lb. class Abrams, Bob 47, 67, 102 Adams, Don 48, 88 Adams, Roma 10, 22, 23, 28, 43, 58, 70 85, 76, 98, 105 Albertson, Bob 51, 72, 106 Allison, Patricia 52, 57, 98 Altig, Sharon 48, 56, 76 Ames, Robert 18, 46, 61, 90 Amstad, Tony 52 Anderson, Patricia 9, 28, 43, 56, 65, 74, 75 85, 91, 98, 105 Archer, Ronald 50, 73 Armenta, Patricia 7, 28, 42, 57, 65, 78, 100 Armfield, Nancy 47, 56, 64, 70, 84 Aufmuth, Dorothy 28, 57, 82, 88 Bain, Jennifer 20, 47, 56, 62, 64, 70, 79 81, 101 Baker, Dick 23, 26, 28, 61, 64, 94, 99, 108 109,110 Baker, Gary 50, 59, 72, 89 Baker, Judy 17, 43, 48, 56 Ball, Del 86, 99 Barton, George 28, 60, 64, 89, 108, 110 Bechtold, Charles 50, 115 Bechtold, Glen 14, 28, 42, 43, 61, 64, 86 Belnap, Goerge 28 Bennett, Ella 47, 56, 64 Bennett, Paul 50 Bergmann, Floyd 9, 29, 42, 43, 62, 82, 85 86, 101, 105 Bishop, Richard 18, 48, 59, 90, 115 Blodgett, Ken 50, 77, 87, 88, 89, 106, 108 Blodgett, Nancy 9, 29, 42, 56, 63, 83, 85 87. Boennighausen, Sue 18, 46, 57, 62, 82, 83 88, 105 Boles, James 29 Borland, Mary 29, 42, 58, 65, 71, 81, 98 Bradbury, Barbara 29, 43, 56, 59, 68, 90 102 Bramley, Pat 17, 29, 42, 60, 64, 108, 110 115 Bruner, Howard 19, 29, 72 Bryan, Betty 47, 56 Bull, Marcia 9, 13, 25, 29, 41, 57. 62, 65 68, 76, 79, 88, 105 Burnett, Smiley 9, 11, 18, 22, 23, 30, 65 83,100,101,115 Bushbaum, Virginia 48, 56, 76 Bushnell, Joan 17, 19, 47, 56, 74, 88 Calkins, Arthur 50, 59, 89, 102 Carsh, Buzzy 12, 17, 23, 26, 30, 60, 64 108,112,113 Christensen, Janice 9, 12, 30, 57, 74 Christensen, Janice 9, 12, 30, 57, 74 Chambers, Patricia 52, 56, 89 Christensen, Janet 50, 57, 80, 106 Christensen, Janice 9, 21, 30, 57, 74 Christensen, Norman 18, 48, 115 Coffelt, Sharon 52, 56, 76 Conry, Robert 18, 46, 83, 84, 86, 87, 99 Cook, Dorothy 18, 45, 56, 84, 89 Cook, Joan 30, 43, 58, 70, 95, 101 I6 Crawford, Cecilia 30, 42, 43, 57, 70, 98 Crouse, Phil 47, 64, 89 Cundiff, Walter 51, 72, 108 114 Cunningham, Donna 30, 57, 65,, 74, 75, 82, 85, 98, 100 Curl, Deanna 30, 43, 56, 58, 65, 71, 78, 91, 102 David, Judy 47, 56, 84 Delaney, Colleen 50, 56, 90 DeWeese, Willia111 13, 23, 46, 49, 60, 61, 64, 89, 93, 96, 102, 106, 108, 112 Diller, Linda 23, 51, 56, 76, 77, 106 onion, John 115 Dimbat, Dennis 12, 50, 60, 61, 73, 86, 87, 108 Dixon, Gale 50, 62, 72, 87, 108, 114 Dobson, Marian 48, 56, 70, 89, 97 Doctor, Edwin 17, 18, 19, 30, 42, 82, 84, 86 103, 105 Dreyer, Don 26, 31, 64, 66 Dreyer, Tamara 17, 50, 56, 77, 8,8 Drummond, Diana 52, 57, 69, 80, 86 1 a Drummond, Louise 48, 56, 82, 89 Duerst, Linda 50, 56 Dunmire, David 52, 67, 106 Dunmire, Elwood 31, 53, 61, 65, 82, 87 91,95,99,102,108,109,112,113 Eagelson, Jane 10, 23,,31, 58, 62, 65, 69 85, 98 Edwards, Janis 74, 75 Elliot, Tony 18, 45, 48, 61, 88, 108, 114 Elmer, Richard 17, 18 Endicott, Gary 50 Erdman, Marlene 47, 49, 57, 71, 88, 104 Ewen, Marguerite 31, 42, 75 Fairbanks, David 48, 61, 68, 83, 108, 114 Farrier, John 7, 19, 31, 65, 83, 86 Fessler, Wilbur 47, 65 Finley, Betty 31, 43, 56, 64, 71, 91, 94, 99, 102 Fisher, Patricia 50, 56 Flack, Diane 31, 43, 57, 78, 79, 83, 91 105 1 Fong, Miriam 52, 56, 76, 77, 106 Foord, Robert 9, 22, 23, 31, 41, 62, 65, 81,82,85,100,102 Frazer, Diana 32, 57, 74, 75, 89, 104 Frederick, Darcy 12, 18, 23, 26, 32, 60, 112 Freuler, LaVeta 47, 49, 56, 69, 88, 95, 96, 97,104 Frisby, Don 32, 43 Frison, Stanley 48, 87, 90 Frye, Nancy 17, 48, 49, 56, 64, 70, 81, 88, 97 Fugere, Don 32, 60 Fugere, Ron 32, 65, 88, 115 Fugere, Tom 51, 115 Fuller, Charles 50, 59, 72 Gage, Jay 18, 32, 42,87 Garner, Elaine 26, 32, 42, 43, 57, 65, 71, 77, 85, 91,101 Gates, Bill 50, 67, 87 Geer, Judith 9, 32, 42, 43, 57, 68, 71, 91, 98,102 1 v Gibbs, Joy 52, 57, 76, 77, 89 Gideon, Marion 33, 72 ' Gilligan, Dick 12, 18, 25, 33, 43, 61, ios, 109 Gilmore Larry 47, 90, 114 Girod, Bert 10, 17, 33, 61, 64, 95, 102, 108, 111 Graves, Reginald 18, 47, 64 Guttormson, Jean 17, 44, 52, 57, 76, 89 Gwin, Curt 52, 61, 62, 88, 89, 108, 112 Hage, Billie Jean 50, 56 Hanegan, Sandra 50, 56, 76 Hansen, Leroy 47, 64, 72, 89, 95 Hardman, Linda 17, 51, 57, 63, 87, 88 Hardy. Larry 17, 52, 66, 89 Harris, Jeannie 50, 57 Harris, Ronald 18, 19, 33, 42, 82, 86, 87, 99, 105 Hatfield, Ruby 19, 33, 43, 57, 71, 77, 86 Hatfield, Steve 18, 47, 60, 108 Hazel, Dick 46 Heath, Richard 33, 42, 86 Heise, Monica 50, 53, 57, 62, 81, 89 Heiserman, Jarrold 47, 64, 66, 86, 89, 104 Helgesson, David 47, 65, 90 Helser, Marna 50, 53, 56, 80 Henrickson, Bruce 18, 48, 90 Henry, Larry 47, 115 Heuer, Mike 33, 42, 87, 91 Highhouse, Margaret 48, 56, 82, 83, 87, 97, 105 Hing, Robert 50, 61, 87, 108 Hjulstad, Marilyn 89 Holmgren, Janet 12, 33, 57, 65, 68, 71, 91, 105 Hord, Linda 48, 57, 59, 64, 82 Hord, Michael 52, 73, 108 Howe, Mary Ellen 18, 46, 56, 87, 99, 105 Hughbank, David 12, 17, 34, 42, 63, 82, 85,113 Hultin, Fred 50, 53 Hutchins, Calvin 50, 72, 88 Jackson, Don 52 Jacober fKincaidJ, Joan 34, 42, 57, 74 Jarman, Dan 18, 47, 108 Jasker, Claudean 34, 43, 56, 65, 82 Jett, Clifford 23, 51, 72, 73, 108 Johansen, Jeanie 18, 48, 56, 90 Johansen, Melody 13, 50, 56, 94 Jolly, Judy 19, 34, 43, 56, 83 Jones, Lynette 50, 57, 74, 75, 87 Kable, Marilyn 46, 56, 77 Kastel, Charles 50, 73 Keesling, Judy 50, 56 Kenny, Robert 18, 48, 67 Kent, Kenneth 50, 53, 60, 61, 86, 99, 102, 115 Kent, Roy 9, 34, 41, 61, 62, 65, 67, 86, 87, 112,113 Klock, Chester 10, 12, 26, 34, 60, 61, 65, 100, 102, 108, 111 Knauss, Margaret 10, 34, 42, 43, 57, 70, 105 Kneeland, Joanne 18, 47, 56, 63, 82, 86, 105 Knowles, Doreen 47, 58, 71, 87, 98, 104 Kroo, Andrew 18, 52, 114 Landis, Jean 34, 57, 59, 90 Larson, Jay 50, 60, 61, 72, 86. 108 Leriche, Claude 52, 72, 108 Lesh, Stephen 12, 47, 60, 61, 108 Leus, Lea 50, 57, 74, 75 Lewis, Gary 13, 17, 46, 60, 88, 104, 108. 112 Little, Gordon 2, 10. 35, 61, 88, 108, 111 Livermore, Patricia 47, 56, 70, 89 Livermore, Terry 52, 73, 87 Livingston, Carol 35, 98 Lockman, Jan 50, 72, 73, 87, 114 Lockyear, Glenna 7, 23, 46, 49, 56, 64, 70 Long, Jerry 18, 52, 59, 90, 102 Long, John 47, 86 Long, Marilyn 35, 56, 83, 98 Luty, Dave 18, 46, 49, 108 Magi, Anne 47, 57, 69, 79, 88, 93, 96, 97. 104 Magi, Rein 18, 35, 60. 99, 112, 113 Martin, Jorene 48, 56 Martin, Sharon 35, 42, 57, 62, 63, 82, 85 Martin, Steve 52, 88 Martinazzi, Rochelle 35, 42, 57, 64, 79, 102 Martine, Phyllis 17, 35, 431 58, 71, 87, 95 Maxwell, Inez 35, 43 Mayhew, Jack iv, 47, 49, 60, 61, 64, 66. as, 108, 114 Maynard, Beulah 17, 50, 56, 89, 90 Maynard, Ron 46, 64 Maynard, Sue 48, 56, 76, 89 McCreight. Gayla 9, 12, 36, 56, 65, 69, 85, 88, 89, 98, 100, 104 McDaid, Sylvia 17, 47, 56, 71, 79, 86 McLean, Marcia 13, 23, 26, 36, 41, 42, 43, 57, 62, 63, 71, 85, 87 McMahon, Mike 52, 53, 73, 86, 99, 108 Metzger, David 52, 73 Mikkalo, Joanne 10, 23, 36. 43, 56, 65, 71, 84, 91 Mill, Terry 50, 53' Miller, Dick 46, 49, 60, 61, 66, 72, 89, 108 Milroy, John 51, 115 Monroe, Linda 52, 56, 89 Morris, Jocelyn 52, 57 Mullen, Marsha 23, 36, 57, 62, 65, 68, 71, 81, 88, 100 Neeley, Lyle 50, 73, 86, 88 Neeley, Mike 13, 36, 41, 60, 61, 63, 83, 85, 108, 109 Nelson, Nadine 50, 57, 80, 86 Nogle, Ritamarie 51, 56, 77, 106 i O'Farrell, Catherine 36, 42, 56, 63, 83, 85, 98 Offield, Don 18, 68, 88 Ogden, Patricia 18, 47, 56, 88 Ogle, Jon 46, 49, 60, 64, 89, 99, 104, 108, 110, 114 Ohman, Elaine 36, 57, 65, 71, 78, 79, 100, 105 Olson, Douglas Paulson, Harold 36, 73 Payne, Lynn 51, 72, 115 Penrose, Jean 9, 23, 37, 41, 57, 62, 71. 84, sv, 100 Penrose, Larry 7, 51, 72, 86 Peters, Darlene 52, 56 Petersen, Terry 23, 37, 60, 61, 65, 87, 108, 110, 115 Peterson, Erling 52 Pilkington, Jean 52, 57,76 Pillster, Janice 37, 57, 65, 70 Pillster, Linda 17, 18, 48, 56, 79, 88, 97 Plieth, Larry 50, 87 Price, Party 51, 57, 77, 99 Probert, Mike 84 Reed, David 86, 108 Reed, Marilyn 50, 57,87 Reynolds, Bob 37, 89 Rice, Carl 17, 23, 37, 43, 61, 63, 84, 85, 112, 113 Ridenour, Karen 52, 56 Rising, Robert 18, 37, 82, 83,84 Robarts, Lonnie 18 Robinett, Orville 50, 72, 86, 108 Robinson, Joyce 37, 57, 62, 68, 82 Rogers, Barbara 18, 48, 56, 65, 70, 89, 98 Rogers, Marvin 48, 67 Rowland, Carol Rutherford, Heath 17, 48, 49, 64, 66, 88 Saarinen, Yvonne 18, 46, 57, 62, 76, 83, 84, 88 Salzer, Robert 18, 48, 90, 108 Sanders, Judie 50, 57, 87 Sattler, Richard 52. 53 Sawyer, Sandy 52. 57, 80 Schosser, Alyce 50, 57, 77, 89 Schmidt, Jane 38, 43, 57, 65, 83 Schneider, Ron 52 Schreiner, Bud 48, 61, 88 Schreiner, Carolyn 19, 52, 53, 57, 69, 80, 86, 87, 91, 95, 104 Schwartz, Norma 17, 47, 57, 74. 75. 89 Scott, Diane 50, 57, 80, 86 Scott, Gordon 38, 64 Sellers, Dick 18, 38, 73 Senn, Water 38, 72 Sheckla, Shirley 48, 56, 63, 80, 86. 91 Shirley, Anne 38.42, 57, 63, 91,95 Sills, DOH 18, 48, 60, 108 Silvey, Donna 14, 18, 47, 56, 83, 88 Slaughter, Anita 50. 56, 74, 89 Smith, Suellen 18, 48, 56, 70, 88 Snell, Janet 38, 42, 43, 58, 64, 69, 87, 91, 98, 102, 10.1 Snyder, Kenneth 47, 49, 65, 66 Snyder Linda 50, 57. 76, 77 Snyder, Owen 52, 60, 61, 62, 89, 108, 114 Snyder, Robert 48, 60, 115 Snyder, Ronald 48, 61, 65, 115 Southard, Marilyn 17, 38, 57, 62, 63, 65, 71, 81, 100 Spal'1CS, Bill 7, 18, 72, 86, 108 Speer, Richard 46, 61, 66, 87, 91. 94, 108 Speight, Don 52, 89, 115 Sprague, Joanne 17, 38, 43, 71 Startin, Dennis 52 Stearns, Emery 52, 73 Steele. Faye 50. 75, 106 Steele, Sharron 39, 42, 65, 88 Steen, Margaret 52, 57. 88, 102 Steen, Marian 17, 18, 48, 57, 59, 82, 88 Story, Jane 17, 18, 48. 56, 83, 89. 104, 105 Stratton, Lawrence 48, 60, 61, 64, 94, 99 108 Strong, William 17, 63, 88, 108, 114 Sundberg, Bonnie 52, 57, 74. 75, 88, 106 Swanson, Patricia 48, 64, 71, 78, 101 Thatcher, Janice 39, 41, 57, 62, 63, 64, 65, 82, 87, 98, 100, 101 Thatcher, Judy 50, 56 Thorsen, Dick 14 Tidwell, Doris 7, 14, 52, 56 Tigard, David 18, 39, 65, 100 Tilse, Sharon 45, 52, 56, 58, 76 Tipton, Linda 19, 46, 56 Tipton, Noryta 39 Todd, Sam 39, 64, 84, 90, 102 Tousey, Clifford 21, 50, 103 Trapp, Judy 52, 57, 87, 91 Tripp, Joe 26, 39, 65, 82, 84, 85, 100, 113 Twigg, Allen 52, 53, 73,86 Tyler, Susan 52, 56, 76, 88 Ullrich, James 50, 108, 114 Vallery, John 47, 64, 86 Van den 1-Ieede, Richard .52, 72 Vogan, Don 46, 61, 88, 108 Volz, Janet 52, 57, 76, 77, 86, 89 Vreeland, Harold 48, 86, 87, 99 Waddell, Kay 47, 56, 78. 83, 89,97 Waldo, Joe 13, 39, 64, 66, 89 Waldo, Leroy 18, 48, 89, 108 Wfalker, Gary 9. 39, 41, 55, 61, 65, 82, 86, 87,99,112, 113 Washburn, Dixie 17, 40, 42, 56, 65,88 Weller, Bill 40, 43, 65, 83, 112 Westgard, Clara 52, 57 Wheelbarger, Evonne 40. 57, 64, 70 Wheelbarger, Tom 7, 50, 59 Wfhitaker, Nancy 47, 56, 64, 94, 97 White, Judy 50, 57,87 Whitehead, Mary 47, 56, az, 96 Whitmarsh, Beverly 52, 57 Whitmarsh, Mike 47, 64, 89 Wiggins, Lela 52, 57, 76, 88 Wiggins, Tom 13, 18, 40 Williams, Lucy 48, 56 Wilson, Gordon 51, 53. 63, 86 Wilson, Louise 11, 20, 22, 23, 40, 57, 62, 63, 71, 95 Winkle, Bryce 52 Winklebleck, John 40, 65, 73, 86, 87, 100 Winklebleck, Ray 50, 66, 73, 86, 89, 108, 114 Winters, John 19, 40, 62, 73 Wollin, Mary Yedloutschnig, Shirley 40, 57, 65, 82, 88 Yoemans, Susan 50, 57, 76, 89. 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' 1 W ,Ami the :jay but airs: llc! the hylft vfiflie warld die? ' N U 0 Milk lhcdying sum We showed them! We 'Farmers in the dell!" A trophy to top all Tiger trophies. Coach Harrison, battery mates Frederick, Girod, Fairbanks, who batted IOOOW, and Elliott, outfielder, beam as trophy IS accepted. 4: 1: 13: 25: Players. fans storm Fred- erick after agonizing 7th. Tigard leading 5-2, Fred- erick loads bases on walks, then starts double play to Girod to Lewis, fans out last batter. L 1 View x . 6- ,Z I a '19 L5 V 5 Ng" fp , , 7 ' 1 f l l l I E l x E 5 Q l 1 Annual Jiudent body elections are held amid vigorouf mnzpuigfzifzg. V A Roy Kent Marsha Mullen V ww f APRIL l SUN MON TUES WED THUR FRI SAT " I ' 2 5 4 5 6 10 11 12 13 Student Body 17 Elections 19 20 , 24 25 26 27 ggffhers TYV Band TYV choir Festival Festival 28 29 30 Senior fkip day at Cafzzzofz Beach is one of many May aclivilief. Jennifer Bain Jack Mayhew "A fi 'ZA li' SUN MON TUES WED THUR FRI SAT 2 5 4 MHY Senior Fete Pfgm 5 6 9 12 13 Senior Sophomore 16 Skip Da! Skip Day 19 20 25 Band-Choir Picnic 30 Graduation Baccalaureate 3 I X 5 5 REQUIEM PERFORMED BY CHORUS 1. Curtain opens on Requiem. Kenneth Blodgett. 2. Marion Steen shows willingness and talent. 3. Gayla McCreight does wonderful job on soprano solo. 4. Male lead is sung with great feeling and talent by Girls' League presents annual Mothers' Tea. Mrs. Galvin is presented with token of appreciation by Girls' League. 4 1 if 2 ll it 5 li? is SCH OOL'S CHOICE-GRACIOUS, PGPULAR ROYALTY OF MAY FETE ADDS TOUC E' A ' 'E vp. YYYYY 3 Senior , Prizzcen' ELAINE GARNER 4, Senior gf i Error: 5 PAT BRAMLEY -il Crown P1'izzce.rJer MARCIA MCLEAN and JANE EAGLESON First row: Nancy Penrose, Flowergirlg Nancy Knauss. Flowergirlg Randy Fennell. Train Bearerg Patsy O'Farrell, Crown Bearer. Second row: Curt Gwin, Sophomore Escortg Margaret Highhouse. junior Princessg Bud Schreiner, junior Escortg jane Eagleson, Crown princessg Carl Rice, Prime Ministerg Margaret Knauss, Queeng Marcia McLean, Crown Princessg Pat Q Ap i Eff Qs? OF GLAMOUR TO MUSICAL PROGRAM Bramley, Senior Escortg Elaine Garner, Senior Prin- cessg Sharon' Tilse, Sophomore Princess. S' o pbo more Primer: SHARON TILSE Sopbom are Effort CURT GWIN junior junior Effort Primer: BUD SCHREINER MARGARET HIGHHOUSE TO REMEMBER" IN '57 MAY FETE 1. 2. 3. "May the Festivities be gin" declares Queen Mar garet. Tigerettes win first prize for precision of their act. Western drama takes second. Laughable ballet enjoyed by appreciative audience. 5ENIUR ELAi5f VALEDICTORIANS WHITE AND BLUE GOWNS MAKE GRADUATION COLORFUL Buzzy Carsh presents the class. Roy Kent delivers his com- mencement address. Edwin Doctor presents Mr. Pietila with a copy of his speech "Universal Education." CLASS OF '57 REAPS r Gayla McCreight sings at commencement, accompanied by Ron Harris. Mr Vreeland presents Nancy Blodgett with Moms and Dads scholarship. Below: Joanne Mikkalo receives National Honor Society scholar- ship. ,li- Mf. Hodges Presents d'P10ma Mr. Pietila presents Louise Wilson with P.T.A. scholarship. mm. x MANY HONORS AT COMMENCEMENT :Qi mm to Phyllis Martine and Rein Magl- Dick Baker, Bert Girod, and Darcy Frederick stand by Class of '57's gift to the school. l Catherine O'Farrell receives Honors at Entrance from Oregon State College. 53 , Y Tigarcl Business Women's scholarship is given to Deanna Curl. Below: Bob Foord and Marcia McLean named for Outstanding Citizen Award. E. 2 COTTON - CORD OPENS Sophomore Prizzcerf Senior Pfifzrerr Anita Slaughter Diana Fraser Sophomore Error! Senior Error! Gordon Wilson Chester Klock SPRING SEASON Queen junior Prirzferr Senior Primer! Marguerite Ewen joan Bushnell Pat Anderson Prime Mizzirler junior Ercort Senior Effort joe Waldo Gary Lewis Floyd Bergmann C rowrz Bearer Debbie Frank A z E I4 mfm Queen Marguerite and Prime Minister joe Waldo Subjects of the Crown enjoy the festivities. "DINO" ACCLAIMED SUCCESS Play C451 Glenn Bechtold Elaine Garner Marcia Bull John Winklebleck Gary Walker John Farrier Janice Pillster Janet Holmgren Pat Anderson Roy Kent Claudean Jasker Sam Todd Mary Borland Deanna Curl Jane Eagleson Judy Geer Elwood Dunmire Joanne Mikkalo Cast takes bow at finish of play. 1. The problems of Dino are discussed by the welfare workers of the Settlement House. 2. Dino faces his parents after long separation. 3. Touching scene brings play to a close. Leading roles playediby Joanne and Roy with Mrs. Galvin directing. SPRING IS MAD WHIRL OF ACTION ' Anne Magi selected Maid Marian of nl Sherwoods Robin Hood Festival. Top golfers of school team smile for "birdie" 2. Pop Zahn gets shower from first period Chemistry Class. 3. U. of O. prospectives visit campus. 4. Wfinners first to third, Linda Hardman, Monica Heise, Barbara Silvey, VFW essay contest pose with Mrs Emmons, Mrs. O'Halloran, Mrs. Watson. 5. Girls' PE off for rain-soaked weekend at beach. ' Q u BASEBALL TEAM PRODUCES SEASON OF THRILLS QS 57? First row: L. Penrose, managerg A. Twigg, B. Albertson, T. Elliot, J. Larson, B. Hing, D. Fairbanks, W. Cundiff, R. Archer, K. Kent, manager. Second row: Coach johnson, S. Martin, B. Sparks, J. Lockman, C. Hitchins, D. Frederick, B. Girod, G. Lewis, B. Schreiner. D. Baker, Coach Harrison. Hillsboro ........ 4 T ....... ........ 3 Linfield V... 2 T ........ ....... 9 Playoff: Wilson ............ 0 T .................. 8 Oswego .......... 2 T ........ ....... 5 Forest Grove .. 2 T .................. 4 Sherwood ........ 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Formerly Loomis Healing Oils SERVING-BEAVERTON, TIGARD, MULTNOMAH AND WEST SLOPE Wi'I'I1 Slanclard Healing Oils Mi 4-3I55 Com plimenls of yffzzbgm 3 WEST PORTLAND LUMBER CO. Farms-Homes-Lols Cgurffslie TIGARD REALTY SUPPIQS S. W. B b cl C ' I H . 99W ancl Main Slreel ar ur an apna WY P.O. Box II, Tigard Ralph J. Pelers, Sales Manager W. F. "BiII" Heppner, Reallor PHON E-ME 9-4469 Complimenfs of NEW BURLINGAME FOUNTAIN AND VARIETY 8430 Terwilliger Blvd. AMERICAN LINEN SUPPLY CO. TIGARD AUTO BODY WORKS I866 S. W. Isl Ave. CA 8-759I - Porlland, Ore. "Specializing in Complele Body Work and Pain?" OMER KADEL-LESTER BACON TAI-PING THE F, T TERRACE NES CHINESE AND lll3O S. W. Barbur Blvd. AMERICAN CH 4-4l78 FOODS PORTLAND, ORE. Orders fo Take Oul- Welcome, Neighbor 1-Q TUALATIN lVlERCAN'l'll.E SPEER'S Groceries-Meals-Sundries TEXACO SERVICE The Besl' Friends Your Car Ever Had ME 9-l33l TIGARD Pay Slalion Gas, Ligh'I's, and Phone Frozen Food Lockers ME. 9-I3l0 Tuala+in Oregon ROBERT C. MOORE Walchmalcer-Jeweler Walches-Jewelry Appliances TV Sales Repairing Main Slreel' Tigard PHONE MErcury 9-l30l KIMBALL'S Marshall Wells HARDWARE-HOUSEWARES PAINTS-APPLIANCES ME 9-3525 SILVEY CO. Line of Qualify Building Malerial Tualafin ME 9-I304 V yy div l 'N X fx' A "M .U up io -iw. l f hllllll 'f M if gllfilnl' gil 4 1 Lf' il lv M VN ' A A1 jVQk'W?1fj3 I ,o , , 4 ,,A,,,,A? ,:,, , y , Q . 'Y' .1 I, , y 1, , 1 lf fi ,,, masnsss rm: sysumv ca Q 3 44.49 All All Purina Research 59461 A A W.-.-.f fl A '90 " ll y gl ,gy . bill lllw xx Q I .kUb'lL'. m in i A 0 4 J ll bl W 1 ' f 4 S ' fjflllllll in Concentrates APPf0VEllf0l'll1lB5 Nl ill, g' , Wh l All , h fl ll l lf L 'll U VH f' ii 1, 1-' K? , ' 5 an f ilwl All W 1 I 45 X5 l. N x 3. . N- x x XXX. 5 . . A X .Q Y ., .3 N Wx. C .N ' 3 X x xixkx . W Mg ii N. l , 1 8745 S. W. Highway 2I7 BEAVERTON, OREGON We Give S 81 H Green S+amps Phone Mlichell 4-3900 , X l X YR Q Xi xoxox! 1NXi l YS R MCLEANS Compliments of HCME TOWN THE MULTNOMAH BANK X Porfland, Ore. if HARDWARE BARBUR BLVD. BRANCH Garden and POUHTY 84l4 S. W. Barbur Blvd. Supplies MULTNOMAH BRANCH xx Feed and Seed 7480 S. W. Capi+ol Hwy. HILLSDALE BRANCH Me- 94360 S. W. Chelfenham and Capifol Hwy. l Complimenfs of li six CORNERS. RADIO s. Til Phone JA. 7-804I FAST AUTO RAQIO SERVICE i " l TIDWELL Ren+als and lSales Mowers, Tillers, Cycle Bars and Chain Saws Me. 9-I520 Hwy. 99W Me. 9-I3I4 l Hwy. 99W ,. l , in W D J 0 W ff Q WEKLW 4 T POR LAND OUTDOOR STORE jj, y XZYQO4 Sl i '3:glar,:llat:d's Finesl' Wezclzllndl Oregfvwfb I Q f 15575 Ou+fi++ers" Jw, Ziff 1 PHONE CA 2-I4 W Your Eye Physician Will Recommend Z ,' ROLAND E. GILLIGAN - Mfg Dispensing Oplician IOIO S. W. Morrison S+. Phone CA-7-3240 OCCULIST PRESCRIPTIONS FILLED Complimen+s of 3 STAR A ' PORTLANDMQSALEM' l OREGON'S OWN STORE D yi ' Nll 'DE , 'Tif:,:1'3fLfJ,::5PWti1:::ffT QX Pl Nl-le iggivf: nhllnaxl-I Open 7 A. M. Every Day X . . CUC . ' - 1 L Jw Including Sundays and Holidays El fllllpoii 9' REG Tl' Ch 4-7533 R? Tbilhoriyi 528 Agia' vlc AND OOKY HARRlZQOfers 30 N S W ll yn W lgfjnyk 1 gi Q1 Commercial Prinfing J' yfg V 1 gi X Av THE PRINTED BAG OO. M MQX SM T, ME. 9-I207 , D . f XMB L TIGARD OREGO T qfff , ld RT My DMZ SI SETNIKERS SHELL SERVICE 1, wt. Q, f .3 I I I w 1.4 f, - fi' 15 if - , 1 , , . .,f . .M K L. Jw I , K If W Mi, 7 Wg. I...W,.. ,A YV..,,,..,,,W.. Six Employees 'Io Serve You 99W and Park Ave. ME-9-3588 Q95-J BURLINGAME FLOWER SHOP A O V' 2 I. 0 Of? QYYSSAZQQ . . g I2 VFW! ITWEQQSEWM W If 5 4,6944 JLIG5 S it I 063785 065 4823 use " :ff ..-.., ,-,2 . :.. ,g. ,,..,:.,:.. -'f: - -,k, I' 'IQ' 43- GP r a ? 'lz A L E , O 00, NO qcbol 'lflfl AQi1f'-e 1 1 is Ief --1,'1- I ,. 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