Tigard High School - Tiger Yearbook (Tigard, OR)

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Foreword "When others fail him, The wise man looks To the sure companionship ot books." -Anon This year The Annual Staff has chosen as its Theme, "Books." We have Tried To present To you The books that are most signiTicanT in each of our lives. We realize that books play a very definite and imporTanT part in The development of our future, and help us To lay The foundation on which we base our lives. W'k'k'k'k-k xittigxz frffnw, Yffffii, tffffffi, , S' Q. l N ,M 4 if RE n K , bl G dSd Clfl 0, To you, Mrs. Amburn, the members of the 1960 annual staff lovingly dedicate this annual. We take pride in acknowledging you for your help, co-operation, and unfailing service to our school and to the development of our annual. Without your determination and thoughtful understand- ing of our problems, neither the annual staff nor the stu- dent body could have made the accomplishments it has made in the seventeen years that you have been here. It is your friendliness and your willingness in trying to help better our school that has made you the grand per- son we all love and respect. Foreword 7 Dedication 7 77 77 4 ADMINISTRATION Superintendent and Principal 7 e7.e ,ee, 7 School Board and Secretaries Faculty ,,,, 7 7 Student Council 7 Moms' and Dads' Club 7 Maintenance 7 SENIORS Officers and Advisers 7 77 Senior Pictures 7, 77V-f I Graduation . 7 UNDERCLASSMEN Junior Class 77 ,,,,,, 7 ,s,s Junior Snaps ,7 Sophomore Class Sophomore Snaps . ss,sss,s 77 ,,,,, ORGANIZATIONS Girls' League 7 77 .,,,ss,s,,s,,,, sss. . 74 Hi-Spots Band Tigerettes 77 77 Lettermen's Club G.A.A. ,s.uccs 7 .,.., 7 Chorus 77 7 Honor Society a,aaa. Annual Staff ,,aa. Rally Squad ssccc,, x 'N ,Q XA 2. kgfxfeii ffl -, t-gi 2, s 'P wr '. ' S iam Y W XL, sw: s. .Q -- Table of Contents Pep Club and J.V. Speech .,.,ccc.s 7 ...s.. A Commercial Club Home Ec Club auaua,a 7 Y.F.C. .s,,,,,a,, 7 Order ot S.S. 7 Ski Club Radio Club ,,,,,,,,,,,s I.R.L. cs,a 7 Rod and Gun Club Homecoming 7 Sadie Hawkins ,a,aa,, Junior Prom 7 77 Rally ,,,, ACTIVITIES Christmas Dance 7 77 7 Cotton and Cord Girls' League Activities Senior Prom . May Fete ,a,a,a 7 Football . Coaches ,eu,, Basketball 7 Wrestling ,aa,,a Baseball a,,,, Golf 7 Track ,aa,,aa Advertising Index 7 .,a,auaa 7 ATHLETICS ADVERTISERS 74 76 77 78 80 81 82 83 84 85 96 98 IOO IO2 IO3 IO4 IO5 'IO6 II2 II7 II8 I22 I24 I27 T28 I32 I48 Administration The administration, which includes the school adminis- trators, Board of Education, Maintenance Department, sec- retaries and Student Council work together to create the pride we all have in our school. Left to right in the picture above are: Madeline De- Weese, Sophomore class representative, Joe Anicker, Sen- ior representative, Mr. Wellman, Student Council Adviser, Mr. Robertson, Junior class adviser, Bob Dick, Junior repre- sentativeg Mrs. Bergseng, Typing and Shorthand teacher. ,XM X Our Thanks to Board of Education -11. X? : A . . we . rs- - ,, .. v,,.. w....- :. - . . .. . .,. ,, was .. N... sm-. x .. , . SCHOOL BOARD, Left to Right: W. Forsyth, R. Moore, G. Stearns, W. Heise, G. Ward. Q Counseling Added to Curriculum COUNSELORS: B. Jones, G. Galvin, E. Coombs. Clerk, L. Miller ,f0'l!!42lJ .115 ..,,,. M ,gp 1' 3fP5SiE1z " K L41 W an F Y n ff , A 'fn L 1 w Q 9 'Q-1: 5 ... 1 'KJV 1 s I ., 'ff X50 .J ' . 9 ,sta P 7 kc' ,Z gn-Q -v+q.wmN.-mwW.w --w......X,..v,.A. X ww-.gqww-.w.Mx ,.....Nw-mm-.Q ...ww -+M- ,,,.....--Q-MW. .- ........----+.mW -1-...N ., ..,, W, Q- i., ,gig 4 ff if Q - Ea' ':2' - nw ?V :Q K S707 +5 :gag qwgw - mswy A .kii uf :wma yi? , ill' Eglfg ik il? I la .. 1 -1 W.. , Q Q Q i 'H ,f,, X--pg Y- Us-"vs MQ 3L1?f"Y'k A iff XM? fm 'V+ N., ....,v4sv af. "J They Strive to Improve Our Knowledge pglint . ai. .Ma xc FN E7 41' iv . ff ,xl 4 W 4--....., A if ind nf? ,644 DON ROBERTSON Oregon Stare Mechanical Drawing MANA AMBURN Pacific Universily Spanish Latin Annual GENE SEEGER Marylhurst French English JACK SNYDER U. of Oregon Art Mechanical Drawing hrough Their Helpful Guidance LAMAR BELL Pacific University Band HARRIET STORAKER Willamette Choir LLOYD JOHNSON Lewis 8. Clark English CHARLOTTE FEEN EY Minnesota University English DONNA REDFERN U. of Oregon English ELVA COOMBS U. of Oregon Physical Education RON PARRlSH Linfield Physical Education Sharon Albertson, Secretary Pal DUf1f0fd, Treasurer Steve Armfield, President Student Council Works Hard to Regulate ROW 2: L. Young, G. Jordan, B. Dick, J. Anicker, S. Albertson, S. Cowley, S. Armfield, P. Dunford, Mr. Wellman, A. O'Farrell. ROW 'l: D. Schu- bert, M. DeWeese, S. Newton, C. Garrett, B. Demke, P. Farance, L. O'CalIaghan. Kathy Milne, Activities Manager Ken Bergman, Alhlefic Manager George Jett, Vice President Larry Barngrover, Sergeant-at-Arms kctivities and Solve Problems Larry Barngrover, Ken Bergman Kathy Milne, Annie Wachs Mr. Wellman, Adviser Moms and Dads Keep Busy STANDING: Mr. L. DeWeese, President. SEATED: Mrs. G, Lawson, Secretaryg Mr. H. Meyers, Vice Presidentg Mrs. F. Siltanen, Treasurer. Attentive parents listen as Mrs. Bergseng ex- plains the progress of her students during the year. Mrs. Feeney ad- dresses parents on annual Back to School Night. ' :WLAN B 5 5 , A, . W, . Ii' iii? X .,V. 5 ww A K 355 u was , -1, ,N-',..., "'-.,,':, . 1 ,, ' u Seniors The long awaited senior year is one of busy activity for every senior. Seniors find themselves involved in picture taking, graduation planning and either making plans for college or iob hunting. The twelve years have gone by fast, and when it is time to leave many have sad hearts. The students in the picture take time out from their busy schedules to relax and to seek guidance from the college catalogs and to enioy their favorite magazines. Left to right: Perry Jack- man, Sue Vanderhoof, Larry Peppmeier, Joy Anderson, Gary White, Rod Graham and Vicky Spencer. ' I II Seniors-"From School Life to Lifes School wmv? XS 1 rf. ,,.:. ,-r -f x -22 N m 7?-:gi N., 'Xi - 'N , ' in ' f , I K '-.: I L ..V A if ,L -ool Q if -if.:'As V 3 no 5, . ' 'i "' 'Q in ,MH ,.. A QI1: E llikbl A Wm L ,ihu XJ vs , . 7 ., X ,aa C Y ROW la Mr. Snyder, Advisery Mrs. Elvvert, Adviserp Gary Jordan, Presidentg Mrs. Galvin, Adviser. ROW 2: John Annand, Viie President Marilyn Jones, Troasurorg Joe Aniclcer, Senior Representative: Sharon Thibeau, Secrefaryg Dennis Wicherf, Sergeant-a1AArrns. CLASS FLOWER: Red Rose CLASS COLORS: Red and White CLASS MOTTO: "Nor1he briefesf moment-yours or minevcan come again." 20 -1-Qu JOY LaVAUN ANDERSON Transfer from Wilson: G.A.A.: Commercial: Girls' League JOHN DAVIS ANNAND Sophomore Class V.P.: Honor Society V.P.: Order of the S.S.: May Fete Escort NANCY LEE ABRAMS Commercial Club: Choir: Girls' League FRAN K ADAMS Choir STEVE ARMFIELD Student Body President: Choir Pres.: Junior Prom Escort: Order of the S.S.: Basketball: Baseball: Letterman's Club PENNY ASTON Pep Club: Ski Club: Girls' League: Homemaking SHARON LOUISE ALBERTSON Student Body Secretary: Commercial Placement Committee: Band: I.R.L.: G.A.A. President: Girl of the Month JOE ANICKER Baseball: Basketball: Soph Class V.P.: Senior Class Rep.: Jr. Class Pres.: T.Y.V. and State Press Conference CAROL BALSIGER Homemaking, Hi-Spots, Girls' League JULIE ANN BAUSERMAN Girls' League, Junior Rep., Tigerettes, Sec.-Treas., Honor Society, Treas., G.A.A., Band JOHN BARDELL Band, Baseball Manager LARRY BARNGROVER Football, Basketball, Baseball, Letterman's Club, Sec., Student Body, Sgt.-at-Arms, Order of the S.S. RONNIE BENOIST Shop, Rod 81 Gun Club KEN BERGMAN Student Body Athletics Mgr., Order of the S.S., Basketball, Mgr., Baseball, Mgr., Football, Letterman's Club sl LARRY L. BEELER Track, Wrestling, Football, Debate, Band, Letterman's Club, Ski Club ALAN BIMILER Band, Rod 8- Gun Club S 5 S S Q S 2 CONNIE VIRGINIA BOWERS Transfer from Jonesboro, Ark.p G.A.A.g Annualg Girls' Leagueg Commercial Club PAUL R. CAPPOEN Foofballg Wrestling: Trackg LeHerman's Club Il JERRY BITZ Wrestling: Le1ferman's Club RICHARD BLOCK Radio Club, Pres.p Orcler of The S.S. sf- - . , . x Qi, GERALDINE J. BORN Pep Clubg Band: Homemaking Clubg Commercial Club: Girls' League SUSAN JOYCE BRANCH Girls' League, Treas.g Twirlersg Commercial Club: Junior May Fefe Princessp Junior Class Treas. GEORGE CHAMBERS Wresrlingg Hi-Spotsg Letterman's Clubg Band, President JUDY M. CHILSON Girls' Leagueg Ski Clubg Officey Hi'SpoIsg Commercial Club f 1 QL Q35 ,S W -55, 41.- SRV ws 1-'nx . , v ii' ,ii iss-qw R-"sk X S+ 1 R e 5 ,L . 5 s X4 2- i 3 .i ' f , 3:2225 - :rw M :ff Aa .ef ?YX,gN,w'f .Wig-Ymaiei . ,i ff-f Agwzffg Q 2-VL ' mu, M fvgsxfigilf -,E-1 .W SQ Q, ff, -wa' ff fy zz. f 4 Life: M J: JUDY ANN DeWEESE Homemaking Sec.: Girls' Leaguep Sophomore Rep.y Band, Sec.g Cotton 8- Cord Queeng Honor Societyg Annual JOHN DICKSON Arty Football PATRICIA W. CURL G.A.A.g Speechp Girls' Leaguep Bandg Commercial ROGER DANNEN Golf Teamg Choir SAN DY LEE DREYER Transfer from West Linng Ski Clubg Girls' Leagueg Homecoming Princess PATRICIA DUNFORD Cotton 8. Cord Princessg Junior Prom Princessg Band Treasurerp G.A.A,g Y.F.C. Vice Pres.g Honor Society: Homemaking President BARBARA EILEEN DAVIS Girls' Leaguey Choir: Homemaking Clubp Y.F.C. DARRELL L. DICK Golf Teamp Lef1'erman's Club my :Ti 'W F iv.: N. A Q .1,fk, QM: 37 Q 51,21-1 2' f 5' e. ' F' Q. Q Q' H. 1393? M, 'ffl 1556 ,. Y, is v, M X EQ! inn six -W , ' ?5.9 ?:?51'5. 3 wi MK wr x a A mm pays. 1 sf 2. N iw , '? 2 'ag f '-13' A A v-ff, 'ff 12254: X . www w an .,zg,g..qf' H-13:1 , ' 156,--, 1, 1 4 A ,L.x 'V z 37555- X H213 26 .-:fliinl-,W .. -' i f -fEg?iz15:f-3: ei? is-PS, 2 ,A mah A I rgqfffkmar 5: 'M ,ggi ,.f,-Aww xg , 1 -.:. .H- x 'Y' f ,ew kv 1 ax. me X EX X Qs Q -- , . Q ,.'Q'f,8 F f iii . vs -. A T, :xx f' J, F XX 'mggs k . . . . , T . X ...S . ., Qu N.-safe' 5' uf Q X Q gg. 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X K x Vx mx 4 x Nga QQ' R 1 w X wa X M X Rgw wr X was - X 13:15--f + -4 XX -Xfgissw-Q-MQXe1siQ gf X X. ' X X XXXX X QR: Il ,X x - Q 3 X 2-X XX X X X X Sa: ' X " Sw? Vw X X' 'PFS' XXX jim, T - Sf?- 5 f D' x x xvww M wif Q XR XXXXXME Fi iii' XS ,i Xi XX -X- 1 V-iZXTW'X:XSXNFf' T' 1 - -X ff-- Xq XXX, i ff-Q 35 DON SEN KEL Speech SANDRA E. SILTAN EN Tigereftes V.P.p Honor Sociely Sec.: Junior Class V.P.p Sophomore Class Rep.p Sophomore May Fete Princessg Annual Editorp State Press Conference LEONARD L. SHILEY Rod 81 Gun Cluby Baseballp Lefterman's Clubg Honor Society VIRGINIA L. SIEFKER Homemaking Club Vice Pres Girls' Leagueg Annual BUZZ SIZEMORE Track- Baskefbally 'Nap X . ., uf w I , H sis, BARBARA JEAN SILVEY Tigerelfesf Honor Societyg Pep Club Treasurerg Bandp Officep Girls' Leaguey Twirlin Baselalallg Radio Club v.P. 9 VICKY ROSELLE SPENCER Booster, Recording Sec.: Pep Cluby Commercial: Girls' League: Hi-Spots BRIAN STAEHNKE Sophomore Class Sgt.-at-Armsf Junior Prom Escorlp Ski Clubp Letterman's Club V.P. Footballg Baseball ,Q ' X X - iii M AX ' X , X:-XXQXXX-XX - L f Q Sw K .X Q Q ' .X I N F fix ff . X ..-km X. ' - GY 'fel X X X wifi - Q ,XX X..-:X ' - A N-fem wig- Q is X15 A 1-:QQ sg K 1 ' - flX A .Q SS 3 A .. R-,ag-l ,gg . ,XX '- ' , x x - ' XX X aw : ,,. -- k 'Q'-av.,.HX,if QX? X, ,. X 2. .AJS . - f f .ki Q X ewfsliaf - I . -.:f"f!l3'f' UWKRM ,Laing A 12' - kg, . asf . QQ I-QX FX .35-XFX: QM? f A1 Xi Aww .EPNTSESF .ix-.1 A .X ,.,4.. X K. L A A A if X. -. ffgix ,- ig. x f is NS 12 X1 SR Y SX EW X as A ex f- - - IXNSJ' A X-'Yr Q?"'- A ' X' Xi X -r if-S' ELL' ' .5?!ShEXXf .S 11 - 5 ff-Q. X K HX A -:gg X fiwg, 33.3.2 X , L 3 -"v.X2.a1X-X X - ' X Q2 . SEQ 1 . ,isui if-X QI Q11 37 -qv 'J' fa f ' x W- S x i : . L, f Y 1 'L 5 ?. LW , V 99 Q 12 , . H yr. Ng, , 'QQ ,A-'B sl, ,rx f ,y-., - ? A ,.s-5 sf- -! ,X-iff' !?4i ,2e'g!?':, . Q A s . if E I L! in 5 wg gf , if by ,1 W m3B.,g,5,, WY i Z. Q . 3 rw -X Ju . Qgiiizf 3 'ix K 3, ,zj 1 38 fig, 'ts 1+ 'PW A wi 79 -gfmw , sv -7 :M wyfmmq., K Lsiffi, N' K 'fWiUfaesny-1 . f 'N M fvsxl 2 , X. W., ,H H' MQHw...,,w 'S 924171 'Q' w i? - , A E: J lu. A ., AL ? I 'X 1. ff X K' f fx 'Lg f Q W5 SQ.- ' 1:xF.i-- Q L M D X xwf M? ROBERT WICHERT Rod 8- Gun Club DENNIS G. WICHERT Ski Clubg Order ofthe 5.5.7 JUDY WHEELER vm, Remy, LR..-1, Homemaking Club: Basketballg Senior Class Sgt at Arms Commercial: Annual: Girls' League GARY E. WHITE Rod 8: Gun Cluby Track: Basketball: Letferman's Club JIM WITTHAR Transfer from Jesuif ANNE WINKLEBLECK Speech: Choirg l.R.L.g Girls' League: Hi-Spotsf Debate BRENDA WILSON Camera Clubf Girls' League Homemaking Club To Quote Many, Class of l96C I JULIE BAUSERMAN KATHY MILNE LLOYD JOHNSON Valedictorian Salutatorian Senior English teacher delivered main address. ANNIE WACHS Foreign Exchange Student SUE LEWIS Tigard's top orator gave special address. Gary Jordan, class president, presents l96O graduating class for the last time. C! One of Best" in Tigord History Senior choir members si "l'Il Walk Wiili God." Flute solo by Stan Cowley. ,- Carol Wells plays a clarinet solo accompanied by Marilyn Waldo. gi...,.....sf Esther Helmick receives Business Women's Club Award from Mrs. F. A. Woodard, President Tigard Women's Club. Scholarships, Awards Presenter Lani O'Callaghan and George Jeff receive Chamber of Com- merce Award for outstanding citizenship from Nelson Hodges. Penny Farance and Perry Jackman were awarded Moms and Dads Scholarships by Jim Bishop, next year's Moms and Dads Presidenf. A i B 0 G 9 1 6 2 1 National Shorthand awards were won by L. GarreTT, L. Cook, L. Jarman, C. Hodel. Stale Typing winners are J. Anderson, J. Bauserman, S. Thibeau, J. Wheeler, P. Kennedy. o 32 of T52 Matriculating Richard VanHyning, who returned from California this year receives Pat Duerst receives diploma from Wesley Heise his diploma. JULIE BAUSERMAN PAT KENNEDY STAN COWLEY KATHY MILNE , SANDRA SILTANEN , PAT DUNFORD LARRY BARNGROVER EDWARD McDAID PERRY JACKMAN , L, L LANI O'CALLAGHAN BARBARA SILVEY , SCHOLARSHIPS , Willamette University H Maryhurst College L, , D Reed College , University of Oregon University of Oregon D, Oregon State College Oregon State College lAthIeticI University ot Chicago Honor Society, Moms and Dads Honor Society, O.E.A. ,U Wash. Co. Medical Auxiliary MARTA COLE , , Pacific College of Beauty NANCY HARSHMAN Pacific College of Beauty PAT DUERST I Pacific College of Beauty PEGGY HENDRICKSON , Pacific College of Beauty PENNY FARANCE Moms and Dads ESTHER HELMICK , O Business Women's Club SUE LEWIS , , , ,, Chamber of Commerce lSpeechD AWARDS LARRY BARGROVER Boy of the Year, Athlete of the Year SANDRA SILTANEN , L Girl of the Year, D.A.R. Good Citizenship ADRIAN O'FARRELL Wigwam Wisen All-American, G. Little Inspirational GEORGE JETT LANI O'CALLAGHAN LINDA COOK LINDA JARNIAN CORINNE HODEL LYNN GARRETT JOY ANDERSON JULIE BAUSERMAN SHARON THIBEAU JUDY WHEELER PAT KENNEDY CAROL WELLS STAN COWLEY Chamber of Commerce Citizenship Award Chamber of Commerce Citizenship Award National Shorthand , National Shorthand National Shorthand National Shorthand State Typing State Typing State Typing State Typing ,, State Typing Band Award U Band Award 1 MP fi t 3 EW, .. , i v '51 . Mw- 5,4 I Q iw gg? Mkmduq , fs'-1-.. F U nderclassmen RW Comic books are a relief from Latin l and biology, but undoubtedly these will lose their appeal as: M. O'Callaghan, S. Siltanen, A. Sweeney, J. Minson, M. Sunolberg, L. Moore, P. Lorhenz and all underclassmen progress to Latin ll and Chemistry I-and maybe the paperback? Sw 4 --my gig n i.s'Nwa 5' 3' L X if. 3- . L RA 1 A gif: V A! 4, M., w Q 9 9 HK W itiwxxi Q ' 'ff 51 Ai R QV 4 .Quai P5 ET?-'L ' ' . M m .,, ..,. M ,. . v -FMJIQ f -7 A Q d f, f ' . ' 1"f' 3 'Q-A F fi'-"Iii W , ' ' 1 wk -wmwm-ww.-M,.,K,.,,m,q. Yk 5 M gg! 3 7'-55514 K , ,Ami Q, SQ? 54+ fwgMim 0 , Q, M We gi- ' L. - 255 - KGS vfagz A ,1:,.5:12wi3f5'F iii-gm 11 1 L- .1 gjfk a.. Wg' Sf 2 ' iii? Q - ,W,,,fgf, . 1, .V 93152 3 as L- !,. Q: an ' ,.e Ls W' ,iii M, 1 f 'lkiifil iii , ,.,' Wg 8554? W mg f 5 ,ax W 3 Tvfikik 4 . WQ3, .M ,K My if Z, V., H- 1 1 Q 0 0 w my , 5 'Wi- fk.-: a Ain: ,L V N My 5 .. Id 5554 4 M 2 'gf A ffifzff i L CIW? zufifxrlll 1 L Y. m y :fit A 55,5-ifgfk 9 Q U Lf 1' T K' f Sw Juniors Look Forward to Being i. . J. X.-A 'li T. ROW T: J. Wolfe, D. Hardman, J. Die-Tzman, J. Pierson, S, O'Drane, R. Gavin. ROW 2: T. Beeler, W, Galante, L. Hoffman, S. Larson, S. Lafky, R. Anderson. ROW 3: G. Meyer, D. Miller, C. Torland, R. Wloife, B. RiTl'1, H. Howell. ROW 4: E. Oscarson, L, Kellas, B. Anderson, J. Mills, B. Barr, L. Brown, L. Boscli. ROW l: B. Demke, D, Sleele, S. Barcheck, L. Ryan, M. Bousclfior. ROW 2: M. Thompson, R. Dick, K. Blevins, J. Minson, R. Gage, J. Smith, T Saville. ROW 3: J. Landis, B. Lussier, K, Farmer, E. Speer, D. Kopf, M. VonAhlefeld, D. Sheeon. ROW 11: D. Lewis, R. Jones, K. Hulletf, G. Vickery B. Avery, D. Douglass, D. Schmidt, M. Frahler. The Top Men on the Totem Pole ROW iz J. Harris, B. Elmer, P. Robinson, V. Gates, J. Rising, B. Elmer, R. Jackman. ROW 2: M. Sundberg, C. Scheerger, K. Bauserman, C. Snyder G. Ochs, A. Ncwfon, L. Rayner, L. Garmire. ROW 3: J. Jensen, D. Langway, L. Ullrich, B, Fincher, K. Simpson, J. Driscoll, M. Stearns, P. Walsh, D Klauscn. ROW is J, Olson, D. Buchholz, M. Wells, L. Crouch, D. Cook, K. Shaylor, M. Nifsos, B. Maynard, J. Highhouse. ROW 2: C. Jones, G. Anisfad, L Durcan, P. Ferrel, V. Waldo, K. Hansen, J. Edwards, K. Laskovvski, L. Payne. ROW 3: C, Rayner, D. Wiebe, D. Shulz, M. O'Callaghan. T. Barker, C. Anderson, L. Becker, D. Rinchari, R, Serin. A .1 L A 5 'PJ U T I Ni' if megfx 1 x A 5 Z " 4 , 1 Yi Q Q f Q 5 I if H 5 R if Q W " f ' ww A k ,".L ig ,i Mfzlifg i Eg i Q 5 Q , 53?521i?3 f fii', f Kg 'f 2 gfiiwgihg 5 do 1 5 Q I-4- ind Enthusiasm to Tigard High ROW 1: S. Tilse, P. Severson, J. Rinhart, S. Jensen, G. Myers, C. Ray, M. Thibeau. ROW 2: C. Mueller, C. Jones, C. Schulz, C. Moore, B. Bechiold, M. Girod, K. Fosier. ROW 3: S. Hatfield, B. Pilkington, R. Cafe, G. Pearson, D. Gilmore, J. Williams, L. Stearns. ROW 4: J. Joerger, W. Lawson, J. Sage-rf, M. O'ffarell, T. Buiierfield, J. Van Kleek, D. Yed, R. Thomas. ROW 1: A. Dicintio, M. Bradbury, J. Startin, M. Bafterson, S. Schultz, C. Freymuller, D. Amsfad. ROW 2: D. Dannen, J. Carey, D. Marlar, C. Robin- son, J. Ball, L. Schroeder, L. Mills, M. De-Weese. ROW 3: B. Webber, V. Howell, D. Mclntosh, R. Canerday, D. Bischof, S. Siltanen, W. Howell. ROW 4: K. Martin, B, Burge, R. Boennighausen, G. Ames, G. Miller, H. Eggert, L. Johnson, D. Minson. Sophomores Claim Biggest Class ROW l: C. Miller, P. Andrews, R. Butlerfield, R. Ballard, B. Anderson, K. Froude, S. Smilh. ROW 2: L. Block, K. Reierson, R. Hochtrili, L. Miller, L. Moore, C. Slrong, C. Niehues, A. Sweeney. ROW 3: B. Sheeon, D. Smith, J. Meyer, B. Banyard, R. Koph, F. Cundiff, J. Leonard, B. Foster. ROW 4: l., Price, D. Waddell, J. Evans, D. Shirley, G. Hansen, B. Mickley, M. Heydorf, S. Luly, J. Holmgren. ROW lg C. Torres, C. Hultin, C. Sapp, G, Bowers, W. Bitz, G. Atkins. ROW 2: B. Tipplon, B. Wells, D. Samac, W. Gates, M. Nelson, H. Merrill ROW 31 P. Lasselle, C. Courser, K. Miller, C. Hood, L. Lesh, C. Smith, D. Fugere, J. Bullion. ROW 4: T. Walsh, P. Taylor, K. Lenhardl, G. Hanners, R. Singer, L. Parsons, M, Walker. ROW 5: M. Heydorf, P. Reiter, G. Maxwell, J. Marlin, L. Scacco, W. Swanson, R. Salzer, J. Heenan. Q V52 Nw . fi? 5 4 Xi, 9 1. 55..- si A X 'Sun-4 W1 kwa. Organizations "C 1 I' G lv' 4 Hovsof? '- Soc'-et 71 f'linuYTes , A. f nflvvxlsvf' 221351 2 -fwffv G t fr-and TB, U-A. 9 tk-1. crw1.4,J Afofv- CQMBMQ, 9 N y-4151 Owx 1JxSl.. sbfflfflpnf ' , N0 ,,fkAN-Q o. ' , 9-V, ul QMMJ 'O O.. Qlnlr .frvn-eualf A an A ' 5 : 'ua 'fish .nLCZ41c.mI .4.1'dAH4Aa..n Lkpkqf 5 't-km., Gluck' ' 'G I no-eff-Q 'thang . - k z M . M94 o. ,Q iT2l n o-.., . uv., am. ' 'Un U ox.. 'KL Nv-Na+ ' are is is 5? "1 'Cb Lk.g,. with -'32 I F I F I 3 4. u.-me-n, 4144.4-1.4 It ow, A and. 9547 .8.n.ld..a.1,4.L.fo'f Q vmlec awk Omni 9-.. 1 .6.o4' 0eX,.23 Bqiiuw 1 Q x..-we td-cv. "7 'T Aikman., Organizations in the school contribute much to the students' need tor participation and training in responsi- bility, by doing worth-while tasks for school and com- munity. These extracurricular and social activities added to academic achievement make for a well-rounded person. On opposite page are pictured: Sandra Latky, Tigerettep Betty Volz, Twirlingg and Julie Bauserman, Honor Society. Diane Steele, G.A.A.g Berry Dustin, Lettermeng and Diane Fugere, Pep Club, are pictured on this page. Girls' League Sponsors Sadie Hawkins Dance, .. Kam, I .Q M Mrs. Galvin, Adviser E .av SEATED: Penny Farance, President, Madeline DeWeese, Sophomore Rep- resentativeg Sharon Hibbard, Song Leader, Anne Newton, Junior Repre- sentative. STANDING: Stella Newton, Secretary: Donna Schubert, Vice President, Susan Branch, Treasurer, Marilyn Waldo, Sergeant-at-Arms. ROW l: J. Pierson, D. Steele, C. Callan, C. Robinson, E. Baltzell, B. Haney, J. Wolfe, B, Wilson. ROW 2: M. Bouschor, P. Miller, B. Demke, N. Harshman, C, Jones, L. Payne, C. Snyder, J. Chilson. ROW 3: K. Tindall, A. Dicintio, L. Garmire, R. Gavin, M. Bradbury, G. Ochs, P. Dunford, V. Gates. ROW 4: J. Smith, S. Barcheck, J. Dietzman, J. Minson, P. Ferrel, R. Hanners, J. Edwards, C. Moore. ROW 5: P. Curl, P. Kennedy, V. Siefker, C. Wells, B. Silvey, J. Wheeler, J. DeWeese, S. Siltanen, L. Mace. A Aany Appreciated Projects ROW I: S. Cotton, L. Schroeder, J. Ball, P. Farance, L. Jarman, S. Ladd, D. Moir, S. Albertson. ROW 2: V. Schisler, C. Smith, B. Erdman, S. Lewis J. Hansen, P. Hendrickson, R. Corpuz, B. Maynard. ROW 3: S. Weston, K. Reierson, R. Lewis, C. Hodel, L. Cook, J. Bauserman, L. Neely, N. Abrams M. Batterson. ROW A: M. Peery, T. Hellings, C. Julian, C. Lincley, M. Jones, B. Volz, M. Girod, M. DeWeese. ROW 5: L. Garrerf, M. Waldo, S. Van derhool, S. Miller, L. O'Callagl1an, C. Ostlund, J. Anderson, S. Branch, M. Maxwell. ROW lr W. Dewey, P. Saville, P. Foster, C. Moody, V. Leonard, J. 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M f wi-Wk fr f 'K K - x . . ,. .s Y, 1 4 it x Q , Sw L f ,- fix? , ks. .. Q 7' ' ,I 1 - gg 4 Ks: 3' 1 ui5,.3x I4 'Q ' ff A 5-K - ig---.QC 21 Y M Q YQ' my -Q 14 X 1 1 1 me it ,f 2 Z ar, M V ,Q-5, ' 1 Q4 2,1 ff K 8 3 :lx ii W Q , Q 3 B ,-. I ....f-'-- .inn-un., r S' , fig' Q H I 6 E3 ,.,-""'-'I."'... fiQ fy' ,.......4 .Q-,. pang., .2 I-3 JL, aff' S-A ' ifi ,,:. A Fi Wu, -ff L bif I kA-k 1 ,. ---'fi 091 M' Q, vgzzf 5 . , JQXETQ .. an A 3 fx XSQ. is Pas ' Y A X. .K g in RHF nN. Q a ..Lk X kk .f X :-: - "N tzi 'fi g V . .,.. Q ::y W . Q t i Y - I X L-3:55 , m 5 I :...."'1: K Q9 Q iv W E + :JT l Q K3 I 5 Q3 X .'-. - " Z'-H l"'3 I ,f"N f .,,x,..-Q' F ur gr QW ! "'- - Nz s X 3 if .. R 0 wffQ gk X., .R , Y Q f ' N ' . . Ni v . .1 we 5, .. 3Q5.,:M Q The G.A.A. emphasizes fun and good sportsman- ship. Throughout the year they have sponsored a mixer, swimming party, basketball and volleyball games. LEFT TO RIGHT: V. Schisler, J. Bauserman, L. Moore, C. Ray, R. Brosowske, R. Jackman. SECOND ROW: L. Mills, D, Danen, N. Harshman, J. Sfartin, S. Hatfield. THIRD ROW: C. Garrett, C. Clegg, T. Brown, C. Robinson. I I A Sporting Group - The Girl J. Bauserman, R. Jackman, J. Starfin, D. Danen, T. Brown, L. Moore practice for volleyball game. S. Newton, President ' Mrs. Coombs, Adviser D. Steele, Sergeant-atAArmsg B. Erd- man, Sophomore Representative, D. Hardman, Sports Director. B. Elmer, Vice President, R. Han- ners, Secretary, K. Milne, Treasurer. kthletic Association . FIRST ROW: J. Carey, S. Newton, C. Smith, D. Fugere, A. Newton, R. Hochtritt. SECOND ROW: M. Kastel, P. Dunford, B. Erdman, C Neehouse, J. Bullion. THIRD ROW: K. Bauserman, D. Steele, D. Hardman, R. Hanners, K. Miller, C. Courser. Choir Busy Giving Concerts LEFT TO RIGHT: P. Aston, J. Holmes, L. Rayner, J. Hansen, M, Thibeau, V. Sciwisler, C. Miller. SECOND ROW: P. Saville, Bi Volz, S. Petersen, S. O'Drane, P. Tyler, P. Hall, C, Mooney, V. Leonard. THlRD ROW: R. Butt, L. Durcan, J. Carey, C. Clegg, K, Miller, L. Mills, J. Alton, B. Davis. FOURTH ROW: K. Watkins, D, Dick, R. Singer, J. Evans, D. Waddel, C. Rayner, S. Cotton. MRS. STORAKER Direcior i L of OCTET. Left To Right: M. Waldo, P. Saville, S. Cof- ton, L. Mills, R. Hochiriif, L. Moore, V. Sclwisler, Dperetta "Red MilI," Perfecting Talent LEFT TO RIGHT: M. Watkins, B. Erdman, L. Crouch, R. Hochtritt, M. Long, D. Cook, M. Long. SECOND ROW: S. Schultz, P. Durst, B. Wolfe, D. Marler, K. Blevins, M. Newman, M. Waldo. THIRD ROW: F. Adams, B. Banyard, L. Price, M. Walker, M. Thorsen, G. Jorden, K. Witther. FOURTH ROW: T. Gerlitz, G. Maxwell, T, Vidal, P. Henry, S. Armfield, G. Clegg, B.Webber. OFFICERS, Left to Right: B. Erdman, Secretary: - Q 't L. Rayner, Treasurer: B. Banyard, Sergeant-ah Arms: S. Armfield, President: B. Webber, Vice S3 E, 5 Q' , President. Honor Society Goal ls to Maintain The National Honor Society is an organization for students receiving a high grade point average p,es,de,,, and possessing qualities of leadership, citizenship, loyalty and service. No more than 15 per cent of the senior class with a 3.4 GPA, lO per cent of the iunior class with a 3.5 GPA, 5 per cent of the sophomore class with a 3.6 GPA may belong. Stan Cowley John Annand Vice President Mrs. Eagleson Adviser Sandra Siltanen Julie Bauserman Carol Julian Secretary Treasurer Historian OLD MEMBERS, left to right: E. Helmick, L. Neeley, J. DeWeese, E. McDaid, L. O'Callaghan, M. Maxwell, P. Dunford. ,,. 5 ' JJ . 'Y 5 wh. 1 . Q l filg, q ,., K -. Nr fi , W" Q . . 1.1 'Q S we Ly. g K' af fd 1 E! 1 if 1.4 gv CM 1 Q i NK vm' Lug M- A V.: V 1 9 M.w',, Z 5 5 x wx, A V, S.- W? s ' as -5 . 9 if . Y. . X4 K Q S NR. gf 5. .L Q YN nf 5 "Q:f" .Q .KM ' iz is Y ? , - 15.8 - i f ' if 1 ,QQ J ff' W Wx 5 Sm.. 5 effwrn, L gg 33935 gjwm gfff :si s H sa ,. ,, -I M YS? J, 1 AS .,, ki vzwgmmi AQ :S l D. Schubert, Vice President L. O'CallagI1an, President P. Kennedy, Secreraryg C. Julian, Recording Secretary, B. Silvey, Treasurer. O Pep Club Awards Pm FIRST ROW. S. Lafky, K. Froude, Nl. Sundbcrg, A. Nlilroy, A. Sweeney, N. Williams, G. Born. SECOND ROW: P. Kennedy, C. Wells, B, Silvey, L. Lcslw, B Wolfe, J. Carey, C. Moors, L. Cook, R. Hochlrill. THIRD ROW: D. Hardman, S. Vande-rhoof, J. Ball, C. Clegg, N. Harshnmn, K. Courser, C. Robinson, D. Schubert. f Y V ' 1' ' 1 J Q W 1' 'Q 3 i fr . ' l' :km A . in .W -ur - " I We cr 'M 3' ,W gin . in .gy X W . ky. if Ns va- - fr 2 ' Wqijfkgi .V . RJ ' if -Qnwf. 1 FT 5 .. Mrs. Seeger, Adviser STANDING: M. Thibeau, G. Bowers, C. Peterson. KNEELING: M. Girod, K. Miller-J.V. Rally. 'o Forty Girls FIRST ROW: L. Block, C. Julian, R. Lewis. SECOND ROW: C. Smith P. LaSalle S Weston, A. Wachs. THIRD ROW: K. Tindall, S. Hatfield, D. Fugere, IB. Hibbard: ci Hodel. if ff is i i ' ., i W .,.' it A x T' x rx an K. Q 'YZ . Z g K K L The pep club had one of its most active years. Besides performing their regular func- tions they added many new ones. Decorat- ing the goal posts, selling corsages at Home- coming and participating in May Fete, are all new functions of the pep club this year. The pep club received a plaque of appre- ciation from the March of Dimes for the crippled. A party was given for the girls. B. Webber, D. Wickert-Rally Boys. The 16 debate team FIRST ROW, Left Yo D4 Fugere, Mrs, Red Coll, R. Bergmann' FIRST ROW, Leff TO Dimbar, L. Jenovich, L. Lesh. FOUR IC son SECOND ROW J ROW M Heydorf J Rage! B Hunf J Dnsz-nl! TH ROW B Webber B Schaubel B Anderson S Man Q "' Debate, Presents Christmas Play The speech students were kept busy with dramatic activities. Besides pre- senting the Christmas play and the Vet- erans' Day assembly, they produced a children's play, Greensleeves' Magic, which was presented to a grade school audience. T.H.S. public speakers traveled to two college campuses to compete with other students from throughout the state. At Pacific University, Lynn Jeno- vich and Judy Harris captured third place in the women's division of de- bate. At Linfield College, Roger Berg- mann, Mike Heydorf, and Pat Ken- nedy reached finals. Cast of Christmas play: S. Hansen, J. Pierson, D. Wickert K Di bat J Ragel R V ll Speakers leave to r contest at Linfield. Three get to finalS W , 4 'W-tfw-A5 Hmm It . . 514 at Left to Right: P. Hendrickson, M. Thibeau, C. Petersen. Left to Right: T. Hellings, M. Cole, S. Thibeau, s 3 .4 The Homemaking Club teaches future homemakers. They list as main proiects cook- ing, sewing and child care. Some activities of the club are the Cotton 81 Cord, and a hamburger dinner before a basketball game.,They also gave food to a needy family at Christmas and Thanksgiving. Another project was giving gifts to children in a hospital in Portland. SITTING: Lynn Garrett, President, Virginia Siefker, Vice President. STANDING Mrs, Danchok. 5 o 0 lub Has Project-Filled Year Left to right: M. Cole, M. Thibeau, C. Petersen, L. Garrett, S. Thibeau, V. Siefker, P. Hendrickson, T. Hellings. Twirlers Accent Activities S. Havfield, C. Julian-Twirling Tiger Members BETTY VOLZ, Head Maiorette Sophomores Have Rhythm as They Rock The "Swinging Sophomores," newly organized group under the direction of Mrs. Redfern, performed a tantalizing routine to "Rock Around the Clock"-one of their favorite routines. Left to Right: M, DeWeese, L. Lesh, K. Miller, M. Girod, C. Courser, B. Hibbard, L. Miller, J. Bullion. V3 , K Qi I' 3 4572, ,-A F . Q f . T we S xiii s X I KI' 1' i K 1 A - Q . , I I .kit Q x ' 1 I "" ii fi' l fl lijl Q! , SW R? Mg R QS R X X X X X ,S .1 k :R r Q X x X X N N rx Y Q K X X .55 w wx Xxx xxx x www 1 i FL ' ff M1096 Q. X K XTFSQL 5 nh ,Q NGN ww .Qi vg.b - .,.,.w,....w..wA Commercial Club, School's Typing Choreboys The Commercial Club gains experience by doing Typing for community-con respondence for attorneys title companies, town newspapers, school programs and makes contacts with employers on placement and iob analysis. FIRST ROW: P. Henry, G. Vickery, B. Lussier, S. Richardson, J. Thatcher, S. Miller, M. Waldo, C. Callen. SECOND ROW: J. Ander- son, M. Peery, M. Maxwell, J. DeWeese, T. Murdock, C. Jones, B. Davis. THIRD ROW: P. Murdock, S. Weston, R. Helgesson, J. Bauserman, S. Cotton, L. Cook, C. Moody, J. Chilson. FOURTH ROW: Mrs. Elwert, Adviser: J. Lasich, J. Highhouse, G. Schultz, L. Jarman, M. Larson, B. Lee, M. Sundberg. FIRST ROW: D. Brown, T. Vidal, K. Watkins, J. Whittar, K. Whittar, W. Lenhardt, J. Plieth, J. Wheeler. SECOND ROW: D. Schu- bert, L. Garrett, P. Ferrel, S. Branch, M. Jones, B. Volz, C. Hodel. THIRD ROW: P. Kennedy, L. Payne, L. Mace, P, Hall, L. Ullrich, N. Abrams, D. Moir, J. Holmes. FOURTH ROW: S. Albertson, P. Farance, P. Curl, K. Tindall, S. Thibeau, K. Koch, R. Corpuz. 82 wing' 1 f. 15 Sk Q3 x 1 ' Q x 4 r Y' - 4 Wu' W 49" gg, , ' K it '-:k:N:5:: s:.:.. r I K My i"k W 1 ,,,,--1-W' W' A " QV . Q K fum.. School Life Has Many Facets The mixers after the games are well aitended and provide many evenings of dancing enloymenr. 84 L Students pass to their classes and create this familiar scene in the halls. E 553 . 2 ,V jig 5 X, Mr. Overby's physics class seem to find studying the laws of velocity amusing ' Q if . Q 'fir-Q 15 M if Q l Li 'Ex .1 Q, -3. 0 - Q f' 'Q 5. ' fga ...fvgy, nh ' ...,,. X . ' Q lv f -a ml n U. gi- . 1 fs. I A VM ' w...w,k 5 , Q fx My 4- j5,fEi.? NMS , 1-, ig X Q Q xx 1 yn .1 eg -it 2 , , , . , i-, ', . . 5 -E! as 1 K ' if Q Q' sag J 'VFW ELF 'Saga ...:R.,LlL ' S!- ,.,?:k:1-L' ,N 'f'sf'Q . X ' Y S .N Qi E 5 ,. 0 Q f ! is wr ,, .awk a .N q Our Favorite Rally Call, "A Party" Sophomore girls gather for a rousing party Senior boys play a game of football on Their skip day at ihe beach. A Bunny Hop party at Sharon WesTon's. Senior skip day to Short Sand beach. An all-sophomore party at the school. nv ,I Maj v4"7r"' Meg Batferson and Thom Gerlifz. mic 1 Dogpatch wimmen grab their men on Sadie Hawkins Day. Beatnik Ball sponsored by The American Field Service was a grand finale To The year. Students find fun in throwing snowballs. School was closed for four days this year. I -11" 584' L, . .. - . "'-'- .,, 'fi w . . L My -" :' 7' .., fs' .,,.., , V ' 'Y' i...,uule." -'M' , "' , Q ' A .X,.,-ssl N .1-swf nga .- Asslslanf Photographer Phil Lohfenl 5l'1oW5 loVoll95 how To Pose- Seniors L. O'CalIaghan, S. Branch and P. 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Our foreign exchange student, Annie Wachs, hailed from Paris, France. She was very active in school as well as social life this year. Her bubbling personality won her many friends. We wish she could have stayed with us much longer. Annie and her American brothers and sisters dye Easter eggs. She resided at the Pat O'Callaghan home Pat Robinson Talent Troupe Presents Programs The talent troupe presented programs for the student body, Moms' and Dads' Club, The Smorgasbord dinner, r and an exchange assembly at Oswego High School. Jim C Ragel served as Master of Ceremonies for the following , ii acts: Tigerettes, Pat Robinson's monologue, Swinging , ' it Sophomores, Junior jazz group, Highland Fling, Betty Volz's fire baton, the Charleston, Octet, Senior Trio, and -' T . , . . . f . sg 1 Marilyn Waldos accordion solo. Picture in lower left F " --Hi ar e 2 f -n. ,S -i corner is the Junior iazz act. Q Af "C . Q - ' H s QQ 'lik .' i ' is C Q .- Carol Julian lf is ll . I L :Q my f K Jim Ragel N J 5 . . Marilyn Waldo Q , if . , ,K ,K . ' I Q F . ' J z 4 Diane Hardman . 6 X X 5 gs f , f it fi ' ....Q., - ' -Q .C-9: Service, Loyalty, Example , Creed fc W SEPTEMBER Larry Barngrover Lani O'Callaghan OCTOBER Steve Armfield Kathy Milne DECEMBER Gary Jordan NOVEMBER Penny Farance JANUARY Adnan O Farrell Joe Anicker Donna Schubert Sandra Girl and Bc LARRY BARNGROVEI SH-if Boy, Girl of Month" Selection F the Year SANDRA SILTANEN s. 5 5 The students represented on These two pages were chosen on the basis of their service to the school. Each of these eighteen students was eligible for the Girl and Boy of the Year Award. FEBRUARY MARCH John Annand Jim Ragel Carol Julian Siella Newton APRIL Sian Cowley Carol Wells MAY Dennis Wichert Annie Wachs Activities fGPEK5HZPi nm swim 4 "?'1Jii i lg -13 A is 1. . S . ff 7. . . 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X 'X Q X Q X x 5 x 'Y' Q1 r xx Q X '5- 9 i S N. 3' 5 zw Q ky x N ix' gt If i 2 11 5 . iss x Queen Pat Rules Valentine Ball 11 ,gl- ,fx COURT, Left to Right: Princess B. Haney, Escort B. Martineg Queen P. Dunford, Escort A. O'Farre-lg Princess M. DeWeese, Escort J. Marlin Adrian crowns Queen Par . , 1 W ai qi Refreshments enioyecl by couples at LeHermen's ball. . yin... . 1 i,,. wi Rx S 3' S2 in 9-v,kf,:iarglEf+Si-"' fa' X 3 ee ifigxpx lg' SQQ5 4 fx Q Q 1 WL, ,, , h.L.W ext 11 s ua s md- 'X 4 Q N 2 S M g Q 5 gn? .vi x XYQQMQ 341' -k Q N . my 4-B FQ, in W an Queen Anne Q Rules Junior Prom, Theme: Bali H'oi sizzix 3 X iff if. , 5 -S is iiilix ' ss, x . - . 5 .3 fi Smwgfw, I , 1 5 i, ., kgs, . stats f 4 ff f f X L 5,1 ?!vq,UY L'f,ib:ii 'Q L s is x J.. .- Queen Anne, Anne Newton, Prime Minister, Lewis Young. From left to right: Princess Pat Miller, Escort Bob Martine, Princess Barbara Elmer, Escort Terry Beelerp Princess Bev Elmer, Escort Stewart Larsonp Princess Lois Rayner, Escort Eddie Speer, Princess Sandra Lafky, Escort Curt Torlandg Princess Beverly Winn, Escort Larry Waddelli Crownbear- er Dorothy Buchholz. Above: Stan Tipton, Sandra Barcheck, Marshall Thorsen and Virginia Schisler, Judy Chilson and Jim Ragel, Robert Wichert and Susan Cotton. IOI uf.. , 1 EE 3 Af f -1,-fzfapsf wa--A ,,, ,. f Nw. .J 2:?Q'f'f',+i, 1 4 l 'WHY-'mag K w s wx' ht- its XR fs nk A gg , LL . '-IV?-A . fjrfiyin fic, 'ri f .2 ' ffl " "f I A? v a ,N N, X k 12 JI' fy' 24' X LJ", ff " ' ," 5 f i mw.,NQgf,fggL M-rw K, Cotton 'n Cord Prelude To Spring The CoTTon and Cord dance is sponsored by The Homemaking Club. The princesses are chosen by The club iTself, and The queen is chosen by a voTe of The enTire sTudenT body. The dance is decoraTed wiTh preTTy flowers, and The girls and boys are dressed in Their coTTons as a reminder ThaT spring will soon be here. T 1 Queen Sharon Thibeau and EscorT Rod Graham. l .T COURT, left To right: P. Hendrickson, L. Beeler, K. Hanneman, Crown Bearer, V. Siefker G Whne Queen Sharon, R. Graham, P. DuersT, D, Senkle, M. Thibeau, S. LuTy, and T. Hellings, Mistress of Cere monies. Cotton frocks of The girls add sparkle To The dance .vv lv Girls' League Presents Mothers' Tea .Q 1 Y K if Girls' League installation of officers: Song Leaders, S..Hibbard, D. Hardman at microphonep left to right: Junior Rep., A. Newton, A. Sweeney: Sgts.-at-arms, M. Waldo, R. Jackman, Secretaries, S. Newton, B. Elmer, Presidents, P. Farance, J. Harris, Vice Presidents, D. Schubert, B. Haney Chiddenlp Treasurers, S. Branch, L. Rayner. Mothers and daughters enioy refreshments. Models Models M. Thibeau and P. Andrews and sister, Heidi. her cousin. Senior Prom Grocecl by Queen Marilyn S Julie Bauserman, Larry Barngrover. Susan Vanderhoof, John Annand. Annie Wachs, Dennis Wichert. Stella Newton, Steve Armfield. Judy Chilson, Thom Gerlitz. Ruth Helgesson, Del Conry. Queen Marilyn Jones and Prime Minisfer Gary Jordan. Moy Court Beautiful, Handsome 91 .. Q 7 M v B ' if i B so I . i R- - ' ' G any M: ' xafj f r 1 -M., 'E B ic E Q R A 2 MAY FETE COURT, lefi to right: Senior Princess and Escort, Rod Graham and Lynn Garreirg Junior Princess and Escort, Curt Torland and Bonnie Maynard Cabsenf from piciurelg Queen Sharon Hibbard, Prime Minister George -Iettg Crown Princess and Escort, Kathy Milne and Joe Anickerp Crown Princess and Escort, Sandra Silfanen and Adrian O'Farreilg Crown Bearer Susan Pierla. Queen Sharon Hibbard Prime Minister 9- George Jett -Www. V ,. Junior Princess Bonnie Manyard Escort Curt Torland P win X 'e Q .. Ei -nv e Tigerettes took both f 5 .S ,c . -. In 'mfs 1 xxx .. . fi X . y fl' A in x 1 3 xv 5 Q. 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IFOULS Quo. uno. FO I 12 1 R .Sizamnm Lb' X M gi I: .blhlis 12. A C LI L Aman QUT! ILILCM, J. L F Jilcuday 4.0 .X If .ID V1 MMQZRZ IB I In f c I if L V E IB T1 , I - -- Eg I am- I LZ. XI X , ' I R il II G 1 I G, I 4 I , I I 5- EFEREE R,.LUMP'RE ' I 2 I FINAL CHECK NAME OF TEAM ' 5 F. T. ATTEMPTED I MADE I 2 Athletics Elimlimmmm EWEEEEEIEEHEZllElZlElZllIlEml'ZEfII'2ElH I EEE 69 72 1 ' 7 'S 7 78 7 lll 'IEEHEIEEEEEEEEEHEDE E BY QUARTERS QVERTIME PERIOD DATE f.. 2 3- 1 I HID 2-IIE? : FIRST I sscono FIN AL SCORE 5 5 FIRST SCORING EECOND HALF SCORING SUMMARY sr Q 2 ND Q. FouLs 3 an Q. 4 tn Q. FouLs F.G.'F.T. 1 Q2 525 1 0 52555 0 - f E l UMMARY EL I FJ. F. ns A 5. 5 519 I 9 gg 3 Il 12-516. .L.l.Q. 1,1 Z 0.1. 51 it I E 0.1 ri-.1-i.. F11-gli EEE The sports scoreb k portant books of th l l h pl Here, Bill Webb th ply plan thC dl k g d O "l959 Blocking and Tocklini LARRY BARGROVER Despite the win-loss column we are proud of Tigard's T959 footballers. The squad played most inspired ball in all of the games. The blocking and tackling was outstand- ing as was the running and passing of the backs. This year's ball club possessed some very fine seniors, some of whom probably will play college football. These seniors will be very hard to replace next year, but here at Tigard we look forward to an improvement in record as there will be returning a very good group of lettermen and fellows off of the J.V. squad. This year's J.V. team hung up one of the best records ever in Tigard football history. We hope the success of these players continues from year to year. Quarterbackwm' Co-Captain T.Y.V. Honorable Mention STEVE HANSEN PAUL CAPPONE BRIAN STAEHNKE Tackle Tackle' Fullbackf' Most Valuable T.Y.V. Honorable Mention Dutstancling KEN BERGMANN Center' WBYHS Galante U07 and Larry Barngrover C425 close in on Forest Grove ball carrier. Tigard ,,, O 2l 7 Oregon City Tigard 77 O I9 7 7 St. Helens Tigard 6 l4 7 McMinnville Tigard 7 l9 77 7 Dallas Tigard O 24 7 7 West Linn Tigard 777720 19 7 7 Tillamook Tigarcl l5 l8 Forest Grove Tigard 7727 27 7777 Newberg Tigard 7 77 7 l4 7 77 Oswego JOHN GOULD Endn DEL CONRY End"" T.Y.V. Honorable Mention , 1 Of E.43!gh7,Zvkg ,p ii 212 A? f ' to Y 5 A A c: Q 'mtg wx K 3945 gin' ' '5 BQ 4? G SP .M . ,, Q Y, . E 1 h'Q Sf'-Je IXGEH ffX4:Vxx4El3X 'Dixie i , fi E , . ,,. in K 5 X M fa 41e3 ', ?ii ,: ,... ' W ' 2 K ,R ,wg I , , 1 I In Jil.. ' rzrg any-uiuwvvv wQk 103 f4-ff' if Q x 1 Q? Hi Y i . 4 xk. W f X R FIRST: P. Taylor, F. Cundiff, B. Webber. SECOND: Coach "OIe" Johnson, K. Lenhardf, L. Johnson, R. Berg- mann, R. Robertson, C. Smith, M. Walker. THIRD: T. Saville, D. Smith, J. Fairbanks, B. Radke, J, Highhouse, T. Beeler, B. Pilkington. FOURTH: K. Martin, G. Miller, M. O'Farrell, R. Boennighausen, J. Van Kleek, D. Bischof, B. Burge. II6 J.V.'s Have Best Season Ever! Terry Beeler gets two fine blocks and makes a good gain. "Tigers Always Compete," Soy Coaches HOWARD MORRIS Varsity Football J.V. Baseball Wrestling . lv rt. ragg a Q , fx- M , :wt K 3 4,31 , 5 .1 , .,z: it . I, , Lftjwt' Phi MOST VALUABLE PLAYERS Football ...........s...,.A,s.. BRIAN STAEHNKE Basketball ...........,........ STEVE ARMFIELD Baseball ....,s ,...... L ARRY BARNGROVER Wrestling ....... .....,,......... D AVE SCHULZ Track .........................,..,,..,,,, DEL CON RY PLAYER OF THE YEAR Larry Barngrover CHARLES JOHNSON J.V. Football Varsity Basketball Golf ' l r-AX SM ,i if X or vw NORBERT WELLMAN J.V. Basketball Varsity Baseball fx 91: s 21 RON PARRISH Assistant Varsity Football Track 37 ll7 Varsity Has .500 Season AGER5' Tigard's all-out defense beats St. Helens. II8 FIRST ROW: D. Nicoli, D. Conry, L. Barngrover, D. Shirley. SECOND ROW: R. Moxley, G. White, B. Sizemore, D. Wickert, J. Anicker. THIRD ROW: B. Schaubel, B. Webber, B. Martine, S. Armfielcl. Tigard Newberg . 41 44 Oswego 52 41 ST. Hlns 56 45 Mcllllinn . 36 49 Tallamk 40 A4 W. Linn . 57 69 Dallas 35 62 Ore. City . . 32 52 Fsl. Gr. .. 35 34 Newberg 44 67 Oswego . , 42 38 Tillarnk 5l 38 ST. Hlns . 54 56 NlCMinn. . 45 4l Dallas 53 49 W. Linn 53 72 Ore. City . 49 61 FST. Gr. . 54 36 W' Aa af if ? M, A 1.4:-:. : Success Marks J.V. Season Left to Right, ROW 1: E. Mardock. ROW 2: Waddel, J. Fairbanks. ROW 3: D. Lewis, W. Lawson, R. Bergmann. ROW 4: J. Joeger, L. Johnson. G. Ames, J. Mills, G. Miller, C. Torland. ETASKETBALL SUMMARY By Fred Pietila Coach Ole Johnson's Tigers wound up their 1960 season with the identical win-loss record of the 1959 squad, 12-10. The Tigers finished sixth in TYV League standings with a 9-9 mark. Norb Wellman's junior varsity team also posted a 12-10 season record, but fared better in league play with an 11-7 mark. Johnson's crew, with four returning lettermen from his 1959 team, relied on the scoring punch of Steve Arm- field and Bill Webber. Armfield averaged slightly under 10 points per game, while Webber averaged 8.3. The season was, for the third year in a row, high-lighted by the team's 56-54 upset victory over St. Helens which knocked the Lions from a tie for first down to fourth place in league standings at the time. Dallas after posting a 6-O league record, were rudely beaten by the Tigers, 62-33, and dropped into a tie for first place. Another one of Tigard's victories was a 44-40 win over T'lla k h h three undefeated A-1 teams. I moo , w o, at t e time, was one of the state's There were also games we try to forget, like the Forest Grove encounter which was decided in the closing seconds by a 30-foot hook shot. Webber and Armfield were both chosen honorable mention on the TYV League All-Star team. Lar W dd ll l d ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ry a e e the lunior varsity squad to its fine record as he scored 298 points in 22 games for a 13.5 average. Waddell exploded for 28 points against West Linn, the high for any Tigard player this season. H H d d . . . . . us e an etermination won many of the games for the iunior varsity. The most exciting J.V. game was a 44-42 overtime victory over St. Helens. Martine and Moxley will make a good nucleus for next year's team. 121 S : Ui i , ,,,' yi. ,Y . K' S ,m'- 'Jef igs......- 5, 5 4 ff' 7 Ng! ' if 7. Xx f L A! f ' X 1 ,K xr, fs, , ....... M, H 41 H53 iw 1 FMMW' Q xg Kxw 'M1'MM f W x 1 7' I f T T T 1 T ,T T , kk-Jim ff wa..- --.- ,.-I' .X N A ,Q N..,.,,f - -1""' 1 'x ,fx i"'-5' Q 'v-.--v""f mx? 'T' 'Fa ww x K F X fx .ef X 5 - l .,f I X Q X X X X Q5 - .5 K v N EXQFXXE- W . 'gl 'B 5 NNN-11' K WAI f ' M kg , f ' K. Q Q 'lf is KC X Q 3 f r ww, X R 1 -:fi ,L y N ,Xx' kwi . ,f K. -gm. V' '51 n J X X X X94 1 s S If QI 1 IX' , 1552 ., 'A 1,1 ...- N . , , , .r X ' ,f w . + ' Q . N My My .-Q m 'A ,Ng Y .... I2 ke:-+, :. 7-,DS Tir ' 5, 5' XQ , A,f"""9e-ff. fi QQ? an if 'iw Qi 'K 9, 5 JOE ANICKER Catcher LARRY BARNGROVER STEVE ARMFIELD Shorfstop Pitcher gjvxgyxp' Most Valuable af5,glAN O 9. e H .3 7-'A Yrwd Bas onoraij Pkg!! CGD fa 07 x Do 2 SVS OL, N 444-H Gd CAP 'xexa ,Sf y Jo G ff ' 0299- asa fefd 'QPIVESS ww ,Y Base ROAN I25 . ,7 A ,Qs Y Anicker in action at quarter-finals. The T960 baseball team, under the helm of Coach Norb Wellman, found the going rough at first, dropping heartbreakers to St. Helens and West Linn, but through bitter determination emerged in Tigard fashion, placing first in divi- sion and downing Forest Grove, i-O for the T.Y.V. League championship. Advancing to the state quarterfinals against Hillsboro, Tigard fell victim to a five run splurge by the Spartans and never thoroughly recovered, losing 5-2. With many experienced lettermen leaving, next year could well be a year of building, but if the hustle and spirit of this year's team carries on Tigard could continue its trend. SCORES T ---. 0 T .,.......... St. Helens T --.. T 2 ............ West Linn T .--. 3 T ..............,. Oswego T .... 2 0 Oregon City T .... 4 3 ..........e. West Linn T .... 6 3 Oregon City T .-.. 7 0 ............ St. Helens PLAYOFFS T .... i O ...,..., Forest Grove T ---. 2 5 .............. Hillsboro Armfield hits and runs. I26 y -,MO fairing' -, Lf: gf IW m k.,-l5':'f.,. 1 Liit.L,L2:i':'n-if ..fi,k ,S Wfsrsw-m'-ffsf., 1f- -'vmssf .5.f,.g:Tif+gQfQ1,w m Lwaimw 2 5 3 Jigs? V . .-hw ,. ,, S' x 5 ,5 g.. 5 N ,s 5 v A Q ' Q Q1 5 Trackmen 2nd in Eastern TYV ROW 'I J Holmgren J. Olson, F. Cundiff, D. Gillmore, H. Merrill, J. Meyer, J. Heenan ROW 2 G Chandlee Manager S Siltanen L Young L Parsons W Galante, T. Saville, R. Bergmann, R. Clark, T. Beeler. ROW 3: J. Gould F Kroo D Conry B Martine B Webber B Schaubel R Boennrghhausen R Graham, L. Beeler. TRACK i960 By Coach Ron Parrish Braving rain, wind, and hail, This year's Tigard High Track Squad posted one of the most suc- cessful seasons in over a decade of Track. With a 4-win 5-loss regular season record, they finished 2nd in the Eastern Division of The T.Y.V. District meet. This great Team effort, along with 7 new records recorded, is a fine indication of The entire squad's spirit and determination. The Team selected Bill Webber and Bill Schaubel as Co-Captains for the season, Steve Siltanen as The Most Improved, and Del Conry as The Most Valuable Trackman. Voted The Most Valuable Trackman of the Year if an.-f'::: INV Q 1 K x In I 29 Advertisers George Jett, Barbara Erdman, and Richard Ull- rich look over the books that are as typical of the 20th Century as the "Rock and Roll"- the "paperback," A wide selection of "paper- backs" can be found at the Tigard Pharmacy, one of the many fine firms located in Tigard. Our advertisers are wonderful in supporting the Ti-U-Tiger. Many thanks to them! Baldoclr Freeway, Lower Boones Ferry Rd. Service 99 W- BMI Hwfy. 2I7 . Mobilgas Producls . Over 3000 lfems Y . Two Convenlenl Locahons . I3 ears of Service . A.A.A. Towing and Service . S81H Green Sfamps I. F. JACK E. M. DOOLEY ME9-3300 SILVEY CO. Line of OuaIi+y Building Maferial Tualalin ME 9- I 304 l FARM CRAFT CHEMICALS Specialisls in Pes'I' Conlrol InsecI's Weeds Pla nl' Disease TIGARD I 8900 S. W. Commercial I ME 9-I I6I TAI-PING Caffe Fines TERRACE Xlisricffd III30 S. W. Foods Barbur Blvd. Dancing Ch 4-4I78 ORDERS Porfland. Oregon T0 TAKE OUT Q, X ORDERS TO GO HI-HAT RESTAURANT Original Chinese Food Charcoal Broiled Sfeal: Pan Fried Chicken Cocldail Lounge ll3ll S. W. Barbur Blvd. Corner 62nd Ave. Ch 6-4055 GHOLSON'GHOLSON "Le'I' Sani+a+ion Be Your Guide Tigard Nui' Packing Co. +0 Baile' Healihn Buyers and Processors of Walnuis. Filberls and Nui' Meals Paclcagers of Prunes, Nufs and Dry Cereals SANITARY SERVICE . HERB FRANK and GEORGE FRANK PDO. BOX 6386 P.O. Bog 6329! ' Tigird. Ore. Phone ME 9-2I78 and or emce Ca ME 9-ZI79 ME 9-2l25 For All Your lnsurance Needs PAUL M. RISING AGENCY E. C. HALL CONSTRUCTION CO. ll655 S. W. Barbur Blvd. Por+land 23, Oregon Over 35 Years Dependable Service OREGON MUTUAL INS. CO. 8405 S. W. Barbur Blvd. Phone CH 4-I522 ,,,,, u.s. NATIONAL QR BANK S LE OF PORTLAND WE WELCOME vOuR ACCOUNT Tigard Bunch ART VINCENT CO. Insure -Sfay Insured Res? Assured REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE ME 9-II9I Tigard, Oregon Lumber and Roof Trusses for Home and AparI'men'r Cons+ruc+ion "We Build Comple+e Homes" RETAIL AND WHOLESALE AIR-KING CORP. a+ Tigard on Ihe Railroad and Hwy. 2I7 BOULEVARD COFFEE SHOP AND RESTAURANT "A Family Res+auran+" Homemade Pasfries No Liquor Served-Air Condifioned On Barbur Blvd. Beiween Capi'IaI Hwy. and Salem Freeway OPEN 7 A.M. CI14-8356 Mr. and Mrs. Henry Erikson, Owner GI ROD'S SUPER MARKET Tigard, Oregon ME 9-I 34I TIGARD LUMBER COMPANY BUILDING MATERIALS - BUILDER'S HARDWARE TV and Appliances d an Dufch Boy Painfs PHONE ME 9-3636 1 ROBERT MOOR E Walchmalrer - Jeweler Wafches - Jewelry Repairing Appliances, TV Sales MAIN STREET TIGARD ME 9-I30I TIGARD AUTO BODY WORKS "SpeciaIizing in CompIe+e Body Work and Painf Complefe Glass Work" OMAR KADEL ME 9-2224 TIGARD TIMES l2386 S. W. Main Sh'ee'I' P.O. Box 6392 Tigard. Oregon Phone ME9-3700 TIGARD BOWLING lI660 S. W. Pacific Hwy. ME 9-200I "BowI for Heallhful Family Recreal'ion" Greefings From J. V. CHANDLER 81 CO. TIGARD. OREGON MAR DON OF TIGARD 0 Personalized HaircuH'ing 0 SiIhoueH'e Hair S+yIing 0 Cusfomized Permanen+ Waves and Hair Coloring Salon Thai' Truly Smarl' Women Prefer ME 9-4444 II848 S. W. Barbur Blvd. ANDRE'S BUILDING SUPPLY I3565 S. W. Pacific Hwy. Tigard, Oregon "Every'Ihing 'ro Build and Mainlain Your Home" KARL'S FLORIST Flowers and Planfs of All Kinds l2640 S. W. Main S+. TIGARD. OREGON Phone ME 9-I022 EICKMEYER DEPARTMENT STORE ME 9- I 332 Tigard, Oregon sETNlKER's sl-neu. SERVICE I is "Q 24 'P Hour Towing I3295 S. W. Pacific Hwy. II4l5 S. W. Pacific Hwy. ME 9-3588 "Two Locafions +o Serve You" CH6-3220 VERMILYE AN D BALL FORD ME 9-I l3I Tigard 7 WE BRING YOU A .-2 THE LOCAL NEWS X , T 0 School O Church . X 9 Sp0ri'S 0 Communiiy N 1-9 H1 yi x ,, ix , if TRI-CITY News PHONE JA 7-844l Tune Up Brake Service ME 9-3677 TIGARD, ORE FLYING "A" SERVICE complamem, of JACK WRIGHT AND ASSOCIATES DoRE's BEAUTY SALON AUIO-Figgsgahfg-Mafine Tigard' Oregon Across From Safeway-Tigard ME 9"02' ME9-2I3I RHODES SHEET METAL Furnaces - Air Condi+ioning General Sheei' Me+eaI Work II848 S. W. Barbur Blvd. Tigard, Oregon WASHINGTON FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOC OF HILLSBORO Tigard Branch I2285 S. W. Main Sfreei' "INSURED SAVINGS" ME9-340l ME 9-II63 A , I I NEXT - I A TO H"HAT l..if:a!!'.I,V'QlI!!3!lti ilr.I.i.i.1f1lsQ-, !.!Fi.fI11rHlf4gl HurcHlN's RICHFIELD . b II38I S. W. Pacific Hwy. I R' CH 6-3638 THUNDERBIRD BROILER Drive-In - Cafeferia Dining Room - Food +o Go II449 S. W. Pacific Hwy. Phone CH6-43I7 O'I'I'O'S BAKERY l2436 S. W. Main Tigard. Ore. ME9-2420 Decorafed Cakes for Special Par+ies and Weddings GOOD LUCK From One TIGER Io Ano+her TIGER OIL I25l5 S. W. Granl' Ave., Tigarcl Hea+ing Oils - Gasoline - Diesel Fuel Complimenls of GENE'S GROCERY II845 S. W. Pacific Hwy. BETTEBO Hand Dipped Ice Cream Cones Hwy. 99 W af Walnuf Ave. ME 9-l520 WESTERN FOUNDRY COMPANY Congrafulafions Io I960 Gracluales COMMUNITY MARKET 9455 W. 80'Ih "CasI'ings 'For IndusI'ry" FRANICS SHOE SHOP P-O. I 3 af Tigard PorIIand 23, Oregon We Heel Them We Save Their Soles We Affend Their Dyeing SYMBOL OF FINE FOODS Complimenis of BIG BITE DRIVE IN Tlwwsugusw I227I S. W. Main-Tigard, Ore "The Friendly STore" BEAVERTON MAN'S SHOP Men's and Boys' Apparel BEAVERTON MI4-4774 WEST PORTLAND ' RNERS RADIO 81 TV SIX CO LUMBER COMPANY PHONE JA 7-804l D . . 9960 S. W. Barbur Blvcl. Service Wlule You Wall' NORRIS JENSEN ,,Your Lumber Number Manager Ch 4-II53 Success To The Gracluafing Class R T a E CORPORATION X Swim, Boaf, Dance, Fish and MAE'S PIQNEER CAFE Picnic af 7:00 A.M. - 7:00 P.M. Hamburglrersgnd Shalres o o 2 Mi. Soufh of Tigard on Pac. Hwy. TUALATIN Eel, Drink and Be on Your Way THE CROWN COMPANY Class Rings, Graclua+ion Announcemenfs Caps and Gowns, ancl Awards I3I6 S. W. I3+h Ave. Poriland, Oregon CA 8-3385 BOB McREYNOLDS Represeniafive W. J. McCREADY LUMBER Boysen Painfs Building Maierials HWY. 99 W. TIGARD, OREGON ME 9-I830 TOWER'S TEXACO Salem Freeway- Near Tualarin on Nyberg Road VOGET'S HOME CURED MEATS I2955 S. W. Pacific Hwy. Tigard, Oregon Bacon. Ham, Smolred Sausage, Seasoned Sausage and Cervelaf ME 9-3342 Tualafin, Oregon ' . Homes - Farms lndusfrial Q RFALTORS 8 frj.t,y 5 Insurance 455 699 W. F. "BlLL" HEPPNER REALTOR PHONE ME 9-2I85 EVE. ME 9-2448 Complimenrs of KEN ROBERTSON Hearing Oils Ch 6-3395 Complimenls of AN lCKER'S Phone ME 9- l 24l sam was Complimenfs of A. B. GROSSENBACHER CO. l2620 S. W. Main Tigard, Oregon LEE ARISS SERVICE Richfield Producfs "Across From Posf Office" S8mH Green S'lamps ME9-IOI9 TIGARD. ORE. KNAUSS CHEVROLET CO. "Your Friendly Dealer" PICKUP AND DELIVERY Phone ME 9-II66 CARO-AMICO PIZZERIA fPUa'i+Y gleaming . .. . an I1-sQf'fffmz'Egg'D Fine Service a'I' ORDERS TO TAKE our MARl0N'S CLEANERS BAEIEg5ig-?Tg?QN pig-IFIES We Give S8zH Green S+amps 3606 S. W. Barbur Blvd. TIGARD CA 7-9266 ME 9-'894 THE MULTNOMAH BANK 8' Barbur Blvcl. Branch Everyihing in Plumbing Hillsdale Branch Shop ME 9-2002 Mulfnomah Branch Res. ME 9-I348 MEMBER F.D.l.C. Complimen+s of THE CARPETCASE In +he Showcase lI640 S. W. Barbur Blvd. ME 9-2345 "ALL OUR CARPETS NEED IS A GOOD HOME" DYE FINANCE CO. S. W. Slark Tigard Porfland Branch Om' Izoas s. W. Phone Barbur CA 8-0224 ME 9-I I75 Besf Wishes From V5 Complimen+s of 3908 THE I. K. GILL co. 0 , fQ,,of4f.v Soulhwesl' Fif+h Avenue Ofeg ,cs af Siark O0 CA 6'46" Phone MI 4-ao2I 8768 S. W. Scholls Ferry Rd. BEAVERTON, OREGON RIPLEY FURNITURE . AND APPLIANCE K'MBA'-'- 5 GE Appliances "Coas+ +o Coasl' Marshell Wells" Tv Sfereo - Fumnure Hardware - Houseware - Pain+s Izsss Main S+. ME 9-IOI6 ME 93525 BONITA GLASS Complimenh of Commercial-Residenfial Glass and Glazing Mirrors Real+0rS and Insurers Aluminum Pfvdudfs 9040 s. w. Commercial s+. IIa4s s. w. Pacific Hwy. ME 9-l260 M59-'909 TIGARD MEYER BROS. GARAGE HOMETOWN HARDWARE "Specialis'l in Hardware - Houseware Chrysler Produc'I's" CHRYSLER DODGE DESOTO PLYMOUTH Hwy. 99 Tigard Pain'I's - Garden Supplies ME 9-l360 Carburefion, lgnilion RASMUSSEN BROS. lI540 S. W. Barbur PORTLAND 23, OREGON S8rH Green Sfamps Carbureiion, Ignilion ancl Brake Repairs CH 6-I764 TIDWELLS SALES 8: MFG. CO. Power Equipmenf for Sale, Reni' Rolary, Tillers, Sickle Bars Lawn Mowers-Tools PHONE ME 9-I3I4 TIGARD CYCLE SHOP C. R. Knighf ME 9-I93I Columbia Bicycles Savage Lawn Mowers Sales and Service l 'i PIGGLY Real 5 Insurance WIGGLY Es+a're E Appraisals S ' S' Groceries limit A Quamy Mem J. A. PATERSON RALPH PETERS 9845 S. W. Barbur af Capiial Hwy. LOW. LOW PRICES Plus S8rH Green Sfamps JACK MAYCOCK H820 S. W. Pacific Hwy. ME 9-2l25 TIGARD, OREGON Complimenfs of ELANE'S PASTRY SHOP H2255 s. w. Main PHONE ME 9.3606 LUDE'S BARBER SHOP For Your Haircuf "The Besf" Tigard Service Bldg. Hwy. 99 W. PORTLAND CANNING CO. Sherwood, Fores+ Grove, Ore. Packers of Fruifs and Vege+ables GROWN IN THE TUALATIN VALLEY Complimenfs of OREGON'S OWN STORE 'ggi MOTE'S PHARMACY Jmfm Prescripiions L f 9:00 A.M. 'ro I0:00 P.M. IA e Sunday I2:30 +o 4:30 Main S+. -Tigarcl T54 I ME 9-lm - FREE DELIVERY-S8rH GREEN STAMPS Sfudcnfs gi p q speeches af assembly affended by enfire sfudeni body. Index A Abrams, Nancy 21, 57, 82 Chilson, Judy 23, 56, 59, 82, 102, 105 Adams, Frank 21, 61 Clark, Roger 24, 60, 114, 128, 129 Albertson, Sharon f14, 21, 57, 82, 83, 88 Clegg, Clara 50, 57, 66, 68, 74 Alton, Judy 68, 76 Clegg, Gerald 24, 69 Ames, Gary 51, 121, 124 Cole, Marta 24, 58, 74, 78, 79, 82, 88 Amstad, Dorothy 51, 58 Conry, Del 24, 64, 97, 105, 109, 113, 114, 118, 120, 128 Amstad, Genny 48, 57 Cook, Diane 48, 57, 69 Anderson, Bill 52 Cook, Linda 24, 57, 72 Anderson, Bruce 47, 76 Corpuz, Rosemary 46, 57 Anderson, Cary 48, 114 Cotton, Susan 24, 57, 68, 82, 102 Anderson, Joy 18, 21, 42, 57, 82, 88 Courser, Cathy 52, 59, 67, 74, 80 Anderson, Roger 47 Court, Hollis 64 Andrews, Pricilla 52, 58,104 Cowley, Stan 14, 24, 41, 61, 70, 81, 92, 102 Anicker, Joe 20, 21, 64, 72, 106, 118, 119, 124, 125, 126, 214 Crouch, Lynda 48, 69 Annand, John 20, 21, 70, 72, 92, 105 Cundiff, Fred 52, 116, 128 Armfield, Steve 14, 21, 33, 65, 69, 92, 97, 105, 118, 120, 124, Curl, Pat 25, 56, 82 126 . D ASTON, PBUUY 21, 57, 63 Dannen, Delane 51, 66 AVe"Yf Bill 47 Dannen, Roger 25, 65, 127 B Davis, Barbara 25, 68, 82 Baker, Susan 50, 58 Ball, Jerre 51, 57, 74 Ballard, Richard 52 Balsiger, Carol 22, 58, 59 Baltzell, Elaine 50, 56 Banyard, Ben 52, 69 Barcheck, Sandra 47, 56, 102 Barker, Tom 22, 60 Barngrover, Larry 15, 22, 64, 92, 105, 112, 113, 114, 118, 119, 124, 125 Barr, Robert 47 Batterson, Meg 51, 57, 87 Bauserman, Kathie 48, 58, 63, 67, 97 Bauserman, Julie 20, 40, 42, 54, 62, 66, 70, 74, 82, 105 Bechtold, Bob 51, 61 Becker, Larry 48 Beeler, Larry 22, 76, 103, 114, 122, 128, 129 Beeler, Terry 47, 102, 116, 128 Began, Robert 50 Benoist, Ronnie 22 Bergmann, Kenneth 15, 22, 64, 113, 114 Bergmann, Roger 50, 76, 116, 121, 128 Bimeler, Alan 22 Bischof, Dennis 51, 116 Bishop, Dave 50, 61, 123 Bitz, Jerry 23 Bitz, Wanda 52, 76 Blevins, Kathie 47, 57, 69 Block, Leslie 52, 58, 75 Block, Richard 23 Boennighausen, Roger 51, 116, 128 Born, Gerry 23, 58, 60, 74 Bosch, Lester 47 Bouschor, Marcy 47, 56, 57, 60 Bowers, Connie 23, 58, 72 Bowers, Galen 52, 58, 60, 75 Bradbury, Marilyn 51, 56 Branch, Susan 23, 56, 57, 82, 87, 88, 104 Brosowske, Renee 50, 66 Brown, Dave 82 Brown, Leon 47 Brown, Toni 50, 66, 71 Buchholz, Dorothy 48, 102 Bullion, Judy 52, 59, 67, 80 Burge, Bill 51,116, 124 Butt, Ruth 46, 57, 68, 71, 83 Butterfield, Dick 52, 60, 102, 122 Butterfield, Tom 51, 124 C Callan, Cynthia 46, 56, 82 Canerday, Reed 51 Cappoen, Paul 23, 64, 112, 114, 129 Carey, Mary Jean 51, 57, 67, 68, 74, 102 Cate, Ricky 51 Chambers, George 23, 59, 60, 96 Chandlee, Gary 50, 128 Chesebro, John 24, 65, 115 Demke, Barbara 14, 47, 56, 71 DeWeese, Judy 25, 56, 60, 61, 70, 72, 82 DeWeese, Madeline 14, 50, 51, 56, 57, 80, 98 Dewey, Wanda 46, 57 Dicintio, Arlene 51, 56 Dick, Bob 14, 46, 47, 68, 71 Dick, Darrell 25 Dickson, John 25, 60 Dietz, Terry 50, 60, 102 Dietzman, Janet 47, 56 Dimbat, Karen 46, 57, 61, 73, 77 Douglass, Don 47 Dreyer, Sandra 25, 58, 96 Driscoll, James 48, 76 Duerst, Pat 43, 69, 103 Dunbar, Fred 50, 60, 71, 122, 123 Dunford, Pat 25, 56, 60, 61, 67, 70, 74, 94 Durcan, Lila 48, 57, 68, 76 Dustin, Berry 55, 64, 122 E Edwards, Joanne 48, 56 Eggert, Howard 51, 124 Eggimann, Darlene 46, 57 Elmer, Barbara 48, 58, 62, 102 Elmer, Beverly 58, 63, 102, 104 Erdman, Barbara 50, 57, 67, 69, 130 Evans, John 52, 68, 123 F Fairbanks, Jerry 50, 60, 116, 121, 124 Farance, Penny 14, 26, 42, Farmer, Kenneth 47 Ferrel, Pat 48, 56, 82 Fincher, Carleta 50 Fincher, Bob 48 Fogo, Jim 26 Pogo, Mike 50, 60 Forsyth, Patty 50, 71 Foster, Judy 50 Foster, Ken 51 Foster, Phyllis 46, 57, 61 Foster, Bill 52 Frahler, Mike 47 Frank, Victor 26 Freymuller, Christine 51, 58, 60 Frison, Dave 46 Froude, Karen 52, 58, 74 Fugere, Diane 52, 55, 58, 67, 75, 56, 57, 61, 73, 82, 83, 87, 92, 76 G Gage, Bob 47 Galante, Kathi 26, 76 Galante, Wayne 47, 65, 88, 114, Gamman, Betty 46 Garmire, Linda 48, 56, 60 Garrett, Charlene 14, 50, 61, 66, Garrett, Lynn 26, 42, 57, 72, 79, 82, 106 Gates, Velna 48, 60 Gates, Wilker 52 128, 163 71 Gavin, Ruth 47, 56, 61 Gerlitz, Thom 26, 69, 72, 87, 105 Gillmor, David 51, 128 Girod, Myra 51, 57, 75, 80 Harris, Gould, John 26,113,114,128,129 Gundberg, Monica 50 Graham, Rod 19, 26, 103, 106, 128, 129 H Hall, Pat 27, 58, 68, 72, 82 Haney, Barbara 46, 56, 73, 76, 98, 104 Hanners, Gene 60, 123 Hanners, Rosalind 46, 56, 60, 67, 71 Hansen Hansen Hansen Hanson , Gary 52, 123 , Karen 48, 57 , Steve 27, 64, 76, 77, 112, 114, 122, 123 , Judy 46, 57, 68 Hardman, Diane 47, 57, 67, 71, 74, 91, 104 Harris, Judy 48, 57, 76, 81, 83, 104 Bob 48 Harshman, Nancy 27, 56, 66, 74 Hatfield, Louis 27, 114, 115, 122, 123 Hatfield, Shirley 51, 66, 75, 80 Heenan, Jack 52, 128 Helgesson, Ruth 27, 58, 72, 82, 105 Hellings, Tanya 27, 57, 60, 78, 79, 103 Helmick, Esther 27, 41, 57, 70, 76 Hendrickson, Peggy 28, 57, 74, 76, 78, 103 Henry, Pat 27, 69, 82 Heydorf, Mike 52, 71, 76 Hibbard, Barbara 50, 75, 80, 96, 97 Hibbard, Kent 28, 64, 88, 96, 114, 115 Hibbard, Sharon 28, 56, 58, 72, 104, 106 Highhouse, Jim 48, 61, 82, 116 Hochtritt, Robin 52, 57, 67, 68, 69, 74 Hodel, Corinne 28, 42, 57, 75, 82 Hoffman, Frank 28, 76 Hoffman, Lynn 47, 57, 63 Holman, Mike 28 Holmes, Janet 46, 57, 82 Holmes, Joyce 28, 68 Holmgren, James 52, 61, 128 Hood, Cathy 52 Howell, Herbert 47 Howell, Vincent 51, 71 Howell, Willis 51 Hughes, Dick 28, 122 Hulett, Ken 47 Hultin, Carol 52 Hunt, Bill 29, 76 J Jackman, Perry 18, 29, 42 Jackman, Rose 48, 58, 66, 104 Jarman, Linda 29, 42, 57, 82 Langway, David 48 Larson, Marine 30, 58, 82 Larson, Stuart 46, 47, 64, 71, 102 Lasich, Judy 30, 58, 73, 82, 96 Laskowski, Kathy 48, 57, 61, 76, 83 Lasselle, Pam 52, 75 Lawson, Gary 30 Lawson, Wally 51, 61, 121 Lee, Betty al, 58, 82 Lenhardt, Ken 116, 122, 124 Lenhardt, Bill 82 Leonard, Jim 50, 52, 123 Leonard, Vinette 50, 57, 68 Lesh, Linda 52, 74, 76, 80 Lewis, Durk 47, 65, 114, 121 Lewis, Rebecca 31, 57, 75, 76 Lewis, Sue 31, 40, 57 Lindey, Carol 31, 57 Lohrenz, Phil 45, 87, 102 Long, Marion 50, 57, 69 Long, Muriel 50, 57, 69 Lussier, Bert 47, 82 Luty, Stan 52, 103 M Mace, Linda 31, 56, 82 Mapes, Steve 31, 76 Mardock, Ed 50, 65, 114, 121, 124 Marler, Darlene 51, 69 Martin, Jack 52, 60, 65, 98, 114 Martin, Ken 51, 116 Martine, Bob 46, 65, 71, 81, 98, 102, 118, 128, 129 Maxwell, Gerald 52, 69 Maxwell, Mary Jo 31, 57, 70, 82 Maynard, Bonnie 48, 57, 106 McDaid, Ed 31, 70 McHarness, Don 32, 65, 124, 125 Mclntosh, Don 51, 59 Merrill, Hal 52, 60, 122, 128 Metzentine, Happy 32 Meyer, Gary 47, 124 Meyer, Jim 52, 128 Mickley, Bill 52 Miller, Carolyn 52, 68 Miller, Don 47 Miller, Gary 51, 60, 116, 121 Miller, Karlene 52, 57, 67, 68, 75, 80 Miller, Linda 52, 58, 80, 102 Miller, Patti 46, 56, 102 Miller, Sandra 32, 57, 82 Jenovich, Lynn 46, 57, 76 Jensen, Jim 48 Jensen, Susan 51 Jett, George 14, 15, 29, 42, 64, 106, 114, 115, 124, 125, 130 Joerger, James 51, 121, 124 Johnson, Loren 51, 116, 121, 124 Jones, Carolyn 48, 56, 82 Jones, Carolyn 51 Jones, Marilyn 20, 22, 29, 57, 105 Jones, Robert 47 Jordan, Gary 14, 20, 29, 69, 92, 105, 124, 125 Julian, Carol 29, 57, 60, 70, 72, 74, 75, 80, 91, 93 K Kastel, Margaret 50, 58, 67 Kellas, Larry 47, 124 Kennedy, Pat 29, 42, 56, 71, 72, 74, 82 Kessler, Larry 65 Klausen, Dennis 48 Koch, Kay 30, 58, 82, 88 Kopf, Dan 47, 122, 123 Kopf, Ronald 52 Kroo, Frank 30, 128, 129 Kuenst ing, Carol 30, 62, 108 L Ladd, Sharon 30, 57 Lafky, Sandra 47, 54, 74, 81, 102 Landis, Jim 47, 114 Langston, Nadine 30 146 Mills, Jerry 47, 121, 124 Mills, Lorraine 51, 57, 66, 68, 71 Milne, Kathy 15, 32, 40, 58, 63, 67, 92, 99, 106 Milroy, Annell 46, 57, 74 Minson, Doug 51, 124 Minson, Janet 44, 47, 56, 71, 81 Moir, Diane 32, 57, 82 Moody, Carol 46, 57, 68, 82 Moore, Carolyn 51, 74 Moore, Linda 45, 52, 58, 66, 68 Moxley, Ron 118 Mueller, Charles 51 Murdock, Pat 32, 58, 82 Murdock, Thelma 32, 82, 88 Meyers, Gladys 51 N Neely, Linda 32, 57, 70 Nelson, Mike 52, 60 Newman, Muriel 46, 57, 69 Newton, Anne 48, 56, 58, 67, 71, 83, 102, 104 Newton, Stella 14, 33, 56, 63, 67, 93, 104, 105 Nicoli, Doug 33, 72, 118 Niehues, Connie 52, 58, 67 Nitsos, -Martha 48 O O'Callaghan, Lani 14, 33, 42, 57, 70, 73, 74, 87, 92 O'Callaghan, Mike 44, 48, 123 Ochs, Georgia 48, 56 O'Drane, Susan 47, 57, 68 Oelschlager, Herman 33 O'FarrelI, Adrian 14, 33, 64, 92, 98, 106, 114, 115, 124, 125 O'FarrelI, Mike 51, 116, 124 Olson, James 48, 128 Osbon, Bob 33 Oscarson, Eric 47 Ostlund, Chris 33, 71, 72 P Parlette, Mike 46 Parsons, Louis 128 Payne, Linda 48, 56, 82 Pearson, Gary 51 Peery, Marian 34, 57, 82, 88 Peppmeier, Larry 18, 33 Peters, John 34 Petersen, Sheron 34, 57, 62, 68 Peterson, Connie 50, 75, 78, 79 Pierson, Judy 47, 56, 72 Pietlia, Fred 34, 124, 125 Pilkington, Bob 51, 116, 123, 124 Plieth, Judy 34, 82 Price, Tarrence 34 Price, Lance 52, 69, 124 Pulicella, Lynn 34 Pulicella, Priscilla 46, 57 R Radke, Bud 50, 116 Ragel, Jim 34, 59, 74, 76, 91, 92, 102, 114 Ray, Carol 51, 66 Rayner, Charles 48, 68 Rayner, Lois 48, 57, 68, 69, 102, 104 Reierson, Karl 35 Reierson, Kathy 52, 57 Reiter, Paul 52 Richardson, Scott 35, 60, 82 Reiker, Ken 46 Rihala, Susan 50 Rinehart, Dan 48, 123 Rinehart, Juanita 51 Rising, Jean 48, 58, 60 Rith, Bill 47, 76 Robertson, Robin 116, 124 Robinson, Cheri 51, 56, 66, 74 Robinson, Pat 48, 58, 60, 91 Ronne, Jerry 35, 122 Ryan, Lorraine 47, 57, 81 S Sagert, Jerald 51 Salzer, Ron 52 Samec, Don 52 Sapp, Carole 52 Sattler, Bill 35 Saville, Pat 35, 57, 68 Saville, Tom 47, 65, 116, 122, 128 Sawyer, Dusty 50, 123 Scacco, Lindle 52 Schaubel, Bill 35, 76, 111, 118, 120, 128, 12 Scheerger, Carol 48, 57, 102 Schisler, Virginia 50, 57, 66, 68 Schmidt, Dick 47, 61, 127 Schroeder, Linda 50, 51, 57, 71 Schubert, Donna 14, 35, 56, 58, 59 Schulz, Chuck 31, 123 Schulz, Gladys 35, 58, 82 Schultz, Sheryl 51, 57, 69 Senkle, Don 36, 103 Senn, Ray 48, 60 Severson, Patsy 51 Shaylor, Kathy 46, 48, 58, 60, 71 Sheeon, Bill 50, 52 Sheeon, Don 47 Sheeon, Warren 60 Shiley, Leonard 36, 65, 124, 125 Shirley, Dick 52, 118, 124 Shulz, Dave 48, 64, 114, 122 Siefker, Virginia 36, 56, 72, 79 Siltanen, Sandra 36, 56, 62, 72, 92, 106 Siltanen, Steve 44, 51, 61, 128 Silvey, Barbara 36, 56, 63, 74 Simpson, Ken 48, 60, 76 Singer, Rod 68, 124 Sizemore, Buzz 36, 118, 119 Smith, Caren 52, 57, 67, 75 Smith, Cliff 50, 116, 122 9 Smith, Dave 52, 116 Smith, Jeanette 47, 56 Smith, Sharon 52, 58 Smith, Susan 50 Snyder, Carol 48, 56 Speer, Ed 47, 102 Spencer, Vicky 19, 36, 58, 59 Staehnke, Brian 36, 64, 96, 112, 114, 127 Startin, Jeannene 51, 58, 66 Stearns, Linda 51 Stearns, Marvin 48 Stedman, Lura 37, 58 Steele, Diane 47, 55, 56, 67 Strong, Carolyn 52, 58 Sundberg, Marilee 45, 48, 58, 74, 82 Swanson, Dwight 52 Sweeney, Ann 44, 52, 58, 74, 102, 104 Swindall, Scott 37 T Taylor, Pete 50, 60, 116 Thatcher, Jim 37, 82 Thibeau, Marcy 51, 68, 75, 78, 79, 103, 104 Thibeau, Sharon 20, 37, 58, 78, 79 Thomas, Rusty 51 Thompson, Margaret 47 Thorsen, Marshall 37, 69, 102 Tilse, Shirley 51 Tindall, Kathy 37, 56, 75, 82 Tipton, George Tipton, Stan 101 Torland, Curt 47, 65, 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