Tigard High School - Tiger Yearbook (Tigard, OR)

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H' Qi sf ff ff A Q if 9 .sw fa W., he ww T , , -.r"" BLACK SPEAKERS BICKERED. .. Showing many shades ofthe dialogue. With choices, we formed our opinions. Robert Packwood and Senator Wayne Morse Lashed out in seperate speaking sessions Before the election, divided students Attempted to persuade and degrade. A Frequent speaker on drugs to degeneration, Sgt. John Murley's plight shocked students When both legs were crused by a car. And a Modern Problems prof M Stood a kid with his nose in a chalk ring ' Just because he acted like a kid! Other students scrubbed the school seal. i I i4 ,, M. l Q ! A UNIQ UE FURM ofseMimposed discipline Was endured by 25 inmates Who survived in a fallout shelter Shared seven hours with their kind! A sit-in was staged, yet publicized By the Portland commercial press. But the community didn't buy the commodity. The Free Press, underground, echoed SDS. Drag News folded, more political than mechanical The Critique launched "A Logical Anal ysis," Hurt by the Sewer, honest only to its name. 6 A NEW LOOK in curriculm Saw thefirst Special Education, Diverswed Occupations, Arts di Crafts And a combined English-History class. State and national recognition Were reaped by business, art, Sports, speech and journalism. Voters voted approval while Neighboring funds failed And student seeds sprouted here. I 969--I t was a very good year! 7 F Ll - ' it 5 1 C v . x X x W ' C i I- ' l at ' ' N X XY gm ' ig sv fx - X - rf f -' - N. X ' : K K F Q ei' 5 ,X xv 1 - Qs ik V Q ,,,.N I ' s-xx It -1 h . N 71 'I - N'f' a 3, x i M 'fl x. +4 S ,,,, . '30, Q X 'I' v Y . ex 4 P Q " X ' ' -. Q- ' x ' 5 - 4- ' f"r-1--., wk QR - ' 'O 5 nv-K '- lie fl fi .yr 5, ,Q wr N 'drag' Pi 'FN .1 QQF' 04.1" 'N vga , . . , "'x px A ew'- 'Xi '- 1-'ff' X' ui- Q, is s Q fl 5 :lg 'Nh is Q - ,n X Sf C , at ' ' " "' ' ' ' A "r "X . 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THS's story-high homecoming bonfire blazed it's Way brightly into existence Thursday night in spite of an un- identified arsonist's attempt to set a torch to it the night before. Team and spectators jointly Worked for the defeat of Newberg at Friday night's homecoming game. The final score Was Tigard 42, Nevvberg 20. Chilled football fans quickly warmed at the homecoming dance in the cafe- torium. Homecoming Week Was over but not forgotten. The Tiger spirit will linger in the ashes and rise to burn again next year. THE DAY OF DOOMforthe "Paper Tigers" was con templated by teacher Larry Kott and Dave Simpson. LIKE A TORCH OF VICTORY, the homecoming bonfire signaled the excitement for the upcoming game. IO v N - N.,.4,,V4Y4 vwwf- 1 EQ if HOMECOMING fc0nt.j FEROCIOUS FLAMES incinerate flirnsey paper tiger. Senior class float took second place in class competition. EXUBERANT HONIECOMING COURT Qleft to rightj are Jan Carey, junior princessg Sharon O'I-lalloran, Senior princessg Sharonjohnson Sophomore rincess andHome- p . coming Queen, Jeri Groce. 7 12 , RUSTED CARCASS ffar rightj of battered automobile temporarily rests in graveyard of ancient oak trees. Other than memories, the wreck was all that was left of fun- fi l l e d week of homecoming ac- tivities. ev 47,7 '52 1 AVF' .56-H L Q fa Q fn- as l,I f awful! .. by , V7 ' 4 :fu 9155, f 4 'F gui f 3? Q f gif ,ij , , 2 ' if x 1 ,, , , f , X W Q A .'v , X J: " 21-my, 3. 3 Q dw 5 W ' Q. if Q' -9 JE if l ? 'W is S 2 5 A, E, V, we , 1 933795: P' fxffff , ,kv,l kk , 'V M K v5 NV I ,l. VE. : .-,l ,. Sk 3 iy' V S' an Vx VV ,7,L ,K , , 9 vi J gg hy V Q3 y m S , , . A-' mi U iq, .. - .. , QQ I . ' Mfg kk f VL?:'fi,jz ,,,.., D 31 f ,M f .ff -L'L , X,W ' Tv' ' at ev,w1.,:mA15.? T. m P! K ."3?!l'n Y, '.-1 V , l ' .,,,,j!Q i 5 , Q If W L, ' fxd 55 - il , 3 , ss , , i, ,if Q if gf! ,M ,gg 51. I, ,fm ' , K 1: 45, . I ,'k, I S!!! --4 , o l f 5252 X 9 H. ,f-'M .fvqfigf . , J' 4 , 0,1 ., J-uiy' gg .-7 'W S fax? Q! 8 'HL gi? 3' ,a.!fe 5 H3453 K ' J J - .am ,Psi wx- - 112382 .,.. L, 4. mi" K V 'V 'ibm ., ,, . Y. - -1, .it 2 ew -F M xg ga 4, fgfifa 7 ,,-'HQ . ,L ,M .. fy iw if , ,, Q, 7 " gy x?3"3f Q if YM? L "g,.i- , S .., 5- ,. Bile f 'Q ilsf ,fi ig BM! Spirit Promoters Work for Unity. "We Were striving for unity in the school, " stated '68 Varsity Rally Queen, Nita Flores. "We tried to decrease class competition so the kids would yell for their school and not for their class. Tigard's '68 rally did much more for the school than support the teams. They encouraged spirit and unity in all phases of school life. To achieve these goals, the girls conducted a survey on school spirit early in the year. ' Rated "One of the sharpest squads around!" by a state rally clinic, the girls Worked hard for their competence. Seniors Nita Flores, Kathy Benz, and Ian Chavez, jun- iors jenny West and jan Carey, practiced every two weeks during the summer. Nita, Kathy and jenny also attended a Week-long rally camp in Eugene during July. After school started, each girl had a free seventh period in Which to practice their numerous yells and skits. Jv RALLY Practicingnew yells and routines all summer, JV rally started the fall ready to help their varsity counterparts. As first runner-up to the '68-69 varsity rally, Margo I-Iavery automatically became squad captain. Jerri Par- rish, as second in line, took over this job during spring. Remaining members are: Denise Chavez, Sharonjohn- son, Marilyn Johnston and Ann jordan. VIGOROUS I. V. RALLY members Denise Chavez and Sharon johnson take a breather during a pep assembly skit. SPIRIT ABOUNDS in TI-IS's gym with enthusiastic voices led by Varsity Rally mem- bers Keith Moore, Rally Kingg Cliff Lehman, Steve Frison, jenny West, jan Chavez, Nita Flores, Rally Queeng Kathy Benz and jan Carey. TIGER MASCOT poses with winter rally boys, Qbottorn to topj Steve Frison, Cliff Lehman and Keith Moore, Rally King. ACTIVE MEMBERS of the LV. Rally, Marilyn Johnston and Ann Jordon, take an infrequent rest during pep assembly activities. UMBRELLAS DON'T STOP a camera as Varsity Rally Members Ian Chavez, jenny West, Nita Flores and Kathy Benz pose for a picture. jan Carey was not present. SADIE HAWKINS Students Honor the Land of AI Capp Hillbillies at heart, Sadie Hawkins gave Tigard stu- dents a chance to express their grubby inner personalities . The pickle sale, jelly beanguess and ring sale launch- ed the week's activities on Monday. Wednesday was Crazy Hat and Shoe Day. Log sawing, arm wrestling and tug-of-war contests provided opportunity for friendly rivalry during Thurs- day's lunch periods. Gwen Miller and Benny McQuaid won the log sawing contest. Dave Taylor was the strong man, winning four arm wrestling contests. Workmen's overalls, cut-offs, straw hats and bare feet were typical on "Grubby Friday." A slave sale was held during the lunch hours. The most expensive slave was "Ralphina" fRalphJ Basile at 51.40. Friday night's girl-ask-boy dance was a well attended success. Rebeca Maldonado and Carlos Rivers, Tigard's foreign exchange students, were crowned Queen Sadie and King Hawkins. , DOUBLE IMAGE is mirrored by faces of "Mr. Irresistablen Tim McVicker and younger brother Mike, a sophomore. 16 JELLY BEAN CONTEST WINNERS were Linda Harper and Daphne Bolden. Their prize: 503 jelly beans! MIGHTY MUSCLED Sadie Hawkins court is shown Qleft to rightj: Mark Butterfield and jordis Hoyt, seniorsg Donna Hartig and Ben McQuaid, sen- iorsg Rebeca Maldonado and Carlos Rivers, Queen Sadie and King Hawkinsg Karen Root and Bob Bachelder, juniorsg and Donna Brickley and Keith Moore, sophomores. E O me B c GRUBBY GANGSTERS Bruce Biederman, Terry Finley, GETTIN' I-IITCI-IED by Tigard's own Marryin' Sam Paul Fisher 7 7 and clgar-smoking Leonard Babin contemplate commission were juniors Nancy Burns and Brian Crai g. of crime between classes. i 1 SOUTHERN SISTERS, Lynette Galloway fleftj and Peggy Goodrich show Mexican garb at Tigard's Crazy Hat and Shoe Day. MOONLIGHT MASQUERADE climaxes a frenzied Dog Patch Week Qfar rightj. SADIE HAWKINS Qcontj SLAVE FOR A DAY is the verdict announced by Grant Williams' auctioneering Paulette Sedler eyes her new master as the final price is called. THE CRUCIBLE Special Effects Set Mood For "Crucible" Changing colored lights and dramatic music established the mood for "The Crucible." The drama department'sfirst production of the year, Was an Arthur Miller period piece dealing with the Salem Witch trials in 1692. Leads were Pat Compton, as john Proctor, who fought for the truth about his Wife, and Debi Mayernik, accused of being avvitch. Steve Holgate portrayed judge Hawthorne, Who pre- sided over the trials. Debbie Vaughan played the rival suitor and Mike Kartakwas the deputy governor. Getting the cast totally involved was Drama Coach Larry Daw's biggest concern. "The ac- tors spent hours discussing how they Wanted the audience to feel about the character they portrayed, " he stated. I-IYSTERICAL CHIIDREN BLAME the witches for their own hidden misdeeds in the woods. 20 In the violent scenes, characters actually hit and slapped one another. Several of the play's costumes were authen- tic. Debi Mayernik and Diane Bunker's dresses were 100 years old. The sets, designed by Daw, Were built in Tigard's Special Education class. Excerpts fr o m several dramatic recordings were edited for the musical background by Phil Hext. CAST Dyan Nemarnik David Kahr Greg Lindsay Rick Schaffer Margaret Lamkin Debi Mayernik Debbie Vaughan Brian Craig Chris Purvis Allen Kelsey Chris Sanders jay Huber Steve Abeling Mike Kartak Lori Knebel Steve Holgate Stephanie Davison janet Saling Pat Com ton P 1-xg,,,-,. n ,,,, L-.- Jeri Lemon A SONG OF SORROW is Debi May'ernik's soliloquy in praying for her damned hus- band. VARSITY FOOTBALL Individuals Shine The 1968 Tigers displayed a strong will to win. Hard-fought battles on the gridiron earned them 5 wins and 4 losses. Starting with power, the big Green Machine de- feated a highly-rated Dallas 19-13 at Dallas and then blanked Forest Grove 21-0 at home. The Tigard eleven fell victim their next four games. They dropped a 33-21 decision to West Linng lost to Lake Oswego fthe eventual League Championj 35-14, succumbed 22-6 to Oregon City, followed by a 33-21 loss to the Bears at McMinnville. Determined to end the season on a winning note, the Tigers worked hard to re-establish their running game and to shore-up their defense. This the Tigers did and made a whirlwind finish, winning their last three games in an impressive fash- ion. The fired-up Tigers dropped Tillamook 35-03 swept by Newberg inagreat Homecoming effort42-20, and white-washed St. Helens 20-O in the season's finale. The season ended with Tigard measuring up well to the other teams. Senior Grant Williams ended the season as the No. 1 quarterback in the league and second in the state with touchdown passes thrown. junior Tim Mardock was the league's seventh Top Rusher with 576yards gained. Senior Steve Thornbrue was the league's third Best Punter with a 36.4 yard per kick average. Having a great year, Senior Doug Vaday was the league's Top Receiver with 39 catches for the season Five Tigers were placed on the TYV All-Star Team. Senior Doug Vaday and Junior Tackle Bob Bachelder were named for the first team. Second Team members included Quarterback Grant Williams, Linebacker Don Silvey and Junior Center Fred Pfaffle. Vaday was also honored for his efforts by being se- lected to the OREGONlAN'S second team All-State Squad. Voted the team's "Most Inspirational Player" and the "Best Blocker" was Senior Eric Knudsen. Senior Don Silvey received the "Top Tackler" award and was the team's choice as "Most Valuable Football Player. " 226 1 1 1 6 1 4 1 ? . X 1? 1 1 1 I - 1 1 7 . 1 C T 0' 6 1 1 -Us 1 Y 1 S 1 X i W L 1 1 1 1 1 u 1 MW VARSITY FOOTBALL Qcontj Q' iii E I .a......,,,, I SENIOR GRIDDERS quarterback Grant Williams Q19j and Doug QUICK STEPPING, Steve Ohm is tackled by Laker Vaday Q88j team up for pass completion. player. Lakers drown Tigers 35-14. MEETING OF TI-IE MINDS brings Coach Ron Parrish, Eric Knudsen ffar leftj and A1 Ashcroft together at half-time for plays and strategy. I 1968 VARSITY FOOTBALL TEAM Il. to r. I: Coach Ron Parrish, Ralph Basile, Dick Barth, Don Silvey, Steve I-Iasuike. Second row, Coach jerry Grossen, Chuck Miller, Bruce Webber, Doug Vaday, Grant Williams. Third row, Coach Ken Lester, Eric Knudsen, Bob Prock, George Helmick, jim I-Ianke. Fourth row, Dick Holgate, Alan Coover, Steve Etling, Marc Waters Don Hall. Fifth row Dean Brown, Rob Beringer, Randy Fennell, Steve Ross, Mark Torland, Tom Hill. Sixth row, Pil Augustine, Tom Boridenkircher, Tom Mardock, Gene Clark, Fred Pfaffle, Bill Phillips, Steve Ohm. Sev- enth row, john Palm, Dave Douglas, Terry Cole, Bob Bachelder, Greg Yock, Al Ashcroft. Eighth row, Cliff Cox, jeff Hoselton, jim jet. ' 25 , S I' Wm s I Q. 1, nigh ek Q 5 55555 'ff -If V 1 ' sr1nf"w 'Nw .:,E..- ' mi -A i -S , . .5 iw m1:,.M, -wg JV FOOTBALL Squad Looks To Future Amid paint-box bright autumn colors, Tigard's JV football team fought their way through two wins and six losses. Not an impressive record, but the talents developed will benefit 69's squad. A skillful defense and outstand- ing individuals marked the '68 W 's However, th e ir inconsistent de- fense, trouble, being able to con- tain wise plays and receiving pen- alties in key moments hampered their overall success. A rib injury to crucial player Bill Olson in the third game also hurt the team. Coach Don Hedgepath l i s t e d s e V e r al outstanding JV players, Fred Arnold, Gary Sand, Bill Ol- son, Randy Burke, joel Holcomb, Bruce Etling, Cliff Talbot, Mike Scott, Darrell Cook and Ron jack. SCOREBOARD T igard Dallas O 7 Forest Grove 49 7 West Linn 28 0 Lake Oswego 26 7 Oregon City 19 7 McMinnville 6 7 Tillamook 26 0 Newberg 6 0 MUD AND BLOOD distort the tired Visage of Sophomore Tackle Ron Jack. AN END SWEEP breaks for long yardage in the McMinnville game with Tigers Winning 7-6. 28 COACH DON HEDGEPATH CONFERS with Mike Scott on sidelines as IV squad concentrates on gridiron action. IV FOOTBALL SQUAD, front row fl to r j Ron Bonaker, Cliff Talbot, Joel Holcomb, Mike Scott, I1mN1col1, Ronjack Darrel Cook, Bruce Etlmg, Bill Olson Second row, Phil Errens, Arnie Nyberg, Kevin Lee, Randy Guard, Mark Cook Stan Nibblet, Paul Horn, Randy Loeks, George Mumby, Phil Hunt Third row, RandyBurke, Dav1dNegler, Don Mcolfin, Don Hampton, Chuck Olson, Fred Arnold, john Nicholson, Mark Saul, Rod Madlin, Alan Wilcut, Coach Ernest White Fourth row, Coach Don Hedgepath, Dick Maisey, Bob Schultz, Ed Hooten, Rocky Arn, Gary Saul, Cliff Guard, 11m Whaley, Mark Maleta, Casey Nortness, Eddie Bartlett, Louis Vaday '29 CROSS COUNTRY "Fantastic Four" Takes District Second Racing their Way through the artistry of autumn, Tigard's cross country squad didn't stop to catch their collective breath until second place in district was achieved. They started the year with an impressive victory at the Tillamook early-season invi- tational run. The fleet-footed tro upe then thundered on to Win all league meets. Not the least of their accomplishments was a second place at district. This qualified Tigard's Cross Country department for their second year at state. Called the "Fantastic Four" by their team- mates, the company of Juniors Karl Lamon and Dean Clark, Seniors jim I-Ierbst and Tim McVicker often placed four out of the top five runners. The remaining varsity members placed significantly high to keep Tigard on top all year. junior varsity standouts Keith Moore and Robin Lee careened the JV squad to a third place in district. Coach john Ulwelling summed up the sea- son: "This was the most successful year yet. We expect to go to state again next year!" VARSITY CROSS COUNTRY TEAM fl. to r. Q: Tim McVicker, Jim I-lerbst, Karl Lamon, Coach john Ulwelling, Dean Clark, Conrad Pearson and john Karr. JUNIOR VARSITY CROSS COUNTRY TEAM QI. to r. j: Mark Fullerton, George Simons, joe Steyaert, Robin Lee, Mike McV1cker and Keith Moore. TOP TIGARD I-IARRIER, far right, Dean Clark and the rest of Tigard's "Fantastic Four" show strain while battling for position with Lake Oswego runners early in the TYV district meet. Tigard thinclads are from left Tim McVicker, Karl Lamon, 11m I-Ierbst and Dean Clark. I 1 E . . 6 O I s 1 i v SWIMMING Sma l Squad Drowns Many School Records Exploding past records, the '68 swim teamworked harder than ever for this year's success. Lack of experience in the boy's team posed some problems. However, team spirit was strong enough to drown these obstacles and plunged Tigard's water sprites to numerous victories. Although the number of meets won dropped from last year, the number of records broken soared. The girl's team broke 18 individual and 5 relay school records. District was a great success even with the girls receiving fifth place and the boys coming in seventh. Tigard qualified three girls for state: Susan Spezza, Wendy White, and Carol john- son. Each broke a record in the process. The diving squad also did well with Mark Blackburn, Whitney C ay t o n and Jody Ries placing. While winning a meet is a team effort, swimming is an individua1's sport and many excelled. Top girl scorer was junior Wendy White. The boy's high pointer was junior Ken Kester . The team c ap t a i n s , Jeri Groce and Tom Bishop, d id their part along with Tigard's e x c h a n g e student from Mexico, Ricardo Morayata . This year's lack of experience may turn into next year 's glory. Only four varsity mem- bers will be leaving: Kathy Egger, Jeri Groce, Paul Rogers and jim Snyder. Also helping things along will be the new 3350, 000 swimming pool being built for next year. ggggiy. aa TADPOLE-EYE VIEW of Sue Spezza practicing prior to state Was captured by jenny Paull in scuba outfit. It was her first photo assignment with new underwater camera. Boys Girls Tigard Tigard McMinnville 73 19 68 41 sandy 75 19 36 74 Reynolds 77 18 42 7 1 Hood River 24 55 172 69-9 92 St. Helens 24 51 1X2 West Linn no boys 30 82 Forest Grove 27 68 63 49 Oregon City 69 26 77 36 Tillamook 52' 42 3 1 7 3 Lake Oswego 75 20 66 47 District 7th 5th 32 El Q STATE COMPETITION was eventual goal of Sophomore Carol johnson. VARSITY SWIM TEAM QFront row, 1. to r. Q: Judy Keeney, Chele Gilham, Jeri Groce, Kathy Egger, Carol johnson, Wendy White, Donna Brickley, Second row: joleen Gedney, Pat Smith, Ken Kester, Sue Spezza, Ulrich Schockelt, jim Sn der Paul Ro ers Third row- Barbara Smith, Whitney Cayton, Sherry McFar1ing, Coach Elva Coombs, Debbie Forbes, Y S - Bob Braden, Tom Bishop and Mark Blackburn. . 33 STUDENT COUNCIL Busybod ies Fight Apathy Tigard's '68-'69 student government was involved in all areas of school life. The council was headed by student elected officials: Tom Lloyd, president, Steve Thornbrue, first vice-pres- identg Fred Pfaffle, second vic e - pr e side nt g Colleen Sweeney, treasurer, Peggy Marostica, secretary, Kathy Sailing, sgt. at armsg Karen Rassmussen, assistant treas- urerg Gail Matthias, activities manager, Elizabeth Eggert, asst. activities managerg Steve Waters, athletics man- agerg Gene Clark, chaplin. However, the 46 room representatives controlled the meetings with their vote power. They took the student grievances and suggestions to the meetings. The standing committee held an important place in Student Council functioning. The Evaluations Committee evaluated all school functions and made recommendations to Student Council for approval. The Elections Commit- tee was in charge of all school elections. The Assembly Committee screened all assemblies and arranged for more. The Activities Committee organized all student activities including Homecoming, Christmas Week and May Week. Finally, the THS student government is a means to take action if students think there is a problem. This is a less publicized role, but an important one. It facilitates communication and understandingbetween the administra- tion and the students. Above: STUDENT BODY SECRETARY, Peggy M a r o s tic a reviews minutes of the previous me eting. Left: ATHLETICS MANAGER, Steve Waters, listens to Lynn Domries as she discusses the question at hand. Left: ACTIVITIES MANAGER, Gail Matthias, reads a proposal to the Student Council. Below: MISTRESS OF FINANCES, Colleen Sweeney gives her bi-weekly report to Student Council representatives. Left: TI-IS's CHIEF TIGER, Tom lloyd Qcenterj, catches a glance of disdain from Scott Zimmerman Qrightj. H3 Council Takes New Steps Forward Coordinating the activities of Tigard's many clubs is the Inter-Club Council or ICC. One of the club's many important activi- ties is to select nominees for Boy and Girl of the Month. Each club president attends the monthly meetings as a representative for his club. President of ICC is Fred Pfaffle. Bill Baker is vice -president and secretary is Kathy Benz. CHIEF LEADER OF ICC, Fred Pfaffle holds the gavel over meeting of club presidents. AMIDST DEBATE fl. to r.j Anita Flores, Cinda Mawhirter and Peggy O'Farrell consider many facits of school affairs. ,X , , . ,aes.m1. ffl ...,.,w. ..-,Wm T, , ., , QUESTIONABLE DISCUSSIONS often arise in ICC as Jordis Hoyt gives a wry glance at con- troversial speaker. 36 CONNECTING CURRENTS through batteries, switches and wires, Kevin Roemhildt, secretary-treasurer of Short Circuits, demonstrates a simple principle of electricity. RE-DOING AN ELECTRICAL COMPLICATION Mike Matychuck rehabil- itates a household appliance, 1 l l UNRAVELING A SHORT CIRCUIT, SHORT CIRCUITS Li hting Experts Spark School. Apprentice electricians, Short Circuits members kept busy all year. The boys Worked on individual projects or in small groups. Their common interest in electronics kept the club together. ing solution . The club performed many services for the school. They repaired the school juke box. They supplied the I-Ii-Q team With practice lights and buzzers. Larry Garner, jim Gill and jeff Diehl provided lighting for school dances. There were three special-interest groups Within the club. One group Worked with ham radios and learned Morse code. Others studied Hi-Fi equipment. The rocketry group, with a special advisor and a li- cense, built and fired rockets. Short Circuits performed many minor electrical repairs for staff members. They asked only a small fee for materials and time. 37 President Roger Arndt and club mem- ber Steve Dunn, provide an electrify- SPANISH CLUB Activities Spotlight Latin Linguists Tigard's Spanish Club completed its secondyear of activities. Members end- ed the year with a deeper insight into Spanish speaking peoples and their cul- ture. Mexico, Spain, Puerto Rico, Cuba, and the Latin American countries were studied in depth. The year started with a large fiesta. Spanish food, music and games set the mood. During Christmas, the club sere- naded classes With Spanish carols. For money, candy was sold throughout the year. Officers Were: jennifer Hanson, presidentg Judy Helms, vice-presidentg ' - - . TAKING DOWN NOTES for the next meetlng jennifer Hanson Sandi Adklns' Decretary' Jane Hodgesf pres1dent, works out a Spanish Club agenda ahd act1v1t1es 11st, corresponding secretaryg Leona Sim- kins, treasurer and Margo I-Iavery, his- torian. SPANISH TRANSLATION provides tongue twisting challenge for mterested l1ngu1sts HISTORIAN Margo Havery plans act1v1t1es of the Spanish Club to come andwlll record them when they ve passed LITERARY MAGAZIDE ' ' Q! ' 77 Editors Qult Qulddity Quiddity was scheduled to rear its attrac- tive head the second season in a row after students pioneered an initial paperback. But toward publishing time, the maga- zine's literary effort failed. Explained Editor, Shelley Mudrow, "The staff Was too busy producing underground newspapers. " Tigard's Prince Charming, Conrad Pear- son, charged to the rescue. Allying a trio of teachers, he collected money from clubs and classes to purchase a two-page spread in the senior edition of the newspaper. Thus the foursome rescued the remnants of Tigard's literary efforts. CITED FOR QUIDDITY' S DEATH were underground news- papers. Editor Shelley Mudrow felt that extracurricular contributions interferred with staff's legitimate efforts. f , I DEAD QUIDDITY REINCARNAT ED for Hi Spots senior edition by senior Conrad Pearson, assisted by faculty staff: Pat Orona, Charmaine Lindsay and Leonard Misso. A candid cameraman caught the foursome in last- minute rescue session. 39 HIGHLAND LASSIES Lassies Fling A Scottish Air Whirling and prancing, Tigard's Highland Lassies revived folk dances practiced by the Highlanders of Scot- land. With the ir Royal Stuart plaid skirts and traditional plaits thrown over the shoulder, the Lassies danced to bag- pipe music played by Newton Muir. Sword dances, "The Broad Sword" and "The Single Sword" were perform- edfrequently. However, the girls per- fected a new dance every two months. Tryouts for Lassies are held ev- ery Spring and Fall. Candidates are taught a dance, then judged by the club for poise, appearance and execution. Y i i E , ' 1 LAUGHING LASSIES fling their skirts inabare- IN A SEMBLANCE OF A SCOTTISH SETTING are officers fl. to nj Li foot dance. They are Kathy Dunford and Cindi Bieker, presidentg Peggy Marosticag secretary-treasurer. Walker. 40 Q 56,3 A. . gm W.. if fi 51 AEN? sw "?m,,M , 'VM 1 Q2 BOYS LEAGUE It Was An Active Year For the first time in recent years, Boys League, under the direction of ayouthful advisor, Bill Hill, exploded With serious, male-oriented programs Which captured the collective attention of the student body. Drag racing Was featured at the first Boys League a s s e mb ly . Two representatives from l1adke's Speed and Custom Shop in Portland came to speak. In November, some representatives from the National Rifle Association spoke on gun safety. They ran a 20-minute film and showed guns that had exploded from accidents and improper han- dling. The girls were invited to the next assembly. KEX sports director, Art Eckman, gave high- lights of the summer Olympics. ln promotion of "the sport of the space age - sky diving," officers of the Portland Parachute Club came. Parachuting equipment was demon- strated, and a film Was shown. A required military assembly ended the year. BEHIND SUPER POWER, Dale Anderson and Ken Oberg of Radke's Speed and Custom Shop, talked to Boys League of roll bars, tires and speed. 42 1 SPEAKING FOR THE ARMED FORCES, fl. to r.J Sergeants Ellefson fAir Forcej, H a n s e n fArmyj, and Bradford QMarinesj talk of the advantages and disadvantages . BOYS I.EAGUE'S RIGHT -HAND MAN, Tim McVicker takes over when President Herbst is ab- sent. REFLECTING THE PROBLEMS ofthe presidency, jim I-Ierbst:'s facial expression shows a complicated and busy year . REPRESENTINC- TI-IE P O R T LA N D PARACI-IUTE CLUB jim Schubert and Bob Slusher demonstrate alti- meter and other essentialequipment for sky diving. 43 WITH A GUN TO HIS HEAD held by Mark Fullerton, Qfar rightj, jim Herbst hears explanation of firearm handling by Walt Katila. The subject: gun safety! E Students Introduced To Business World THS had its first year ofDistributive Ed- ucation Clubs of America. DECA is nation- wide. Its purpose, adopted by the Tigard chapter, was to educate high school students for the World of Work, to teach them how to obtain and keep jobs that are interesting and profitable. Pat Lytle, advisor, interested students in forming the club. It started as an outgrowth of the diversified occupations program. Of- ficers Were: Shelley Boyer, presidentg Sue Cooper, vice-president, Patti Baughman, secretary, Carol Fulton, treasurer, jamie Hovick, historiang Linda Rudnick, parlia- mentarian. The club started an employment agency for THS students. Chris St. Clair and Kathy Harp obtained jobs at the Fabric World. Nita Flores got a job at Clarks. An employer- employee banquet Was held in early May to honor the employers who had accepted un- trained help from THS. I ABSORBED IN ACTIVITIES of the ICC meeting is DECA president Shelley Boyer. CHESS CLUB 'lnvincibles' Modestly describing themselves as "in- vincible, " the Chess Team ended their first year with only one defeat. In an era of underground papers, they also put out THS's first successful special interest paper, the "Royal Chessman. " The eight members of the chess team pioneered the Chess Club to promote interest in chess and arrange tournaments With other schools. Chuck Manke was president and founder of the club. Other officers included George Hoselton, vice-presidentgjim Swayze, treas- urerg Stephen Harrison, sergeant-at-arms. ROYAL CHESSMEN fleftj obey the hand that rules them. Mike Soares meditates on each move. F nu ' Self-Image Is Goal "To give each member a better under- standing of herself and to help her make the best of What she has. " This Was the goal of THS's Future Homemakers of America Club as stated by president, Helen Bishop. Remaining club officers: Becky Elmer, vice-presidentg Carmen Dalthorp, secretaryg Margaret Baggenstos, treasurerg Ginny Balt- zell, historiang Leota Bowser, sergeant-at- armsg and Linda Dean, reporter. To further their goal, the club set up a self-improvement plan. They studied proper make-up, hairstyling, figure improvement and clothes selection. Money for FHA's activities was raised by a cookbook sale and various bake sales. As a service project, the girls served at many school dinners. FRESH IDEAS are encouraged from club members by FI-IA president, Helen Bishop. LOOKING FOR A NEW SELF, from left: Mary Thornbrue, Cynthia Willoughby and Shelly Hamlin practice hair styling and make-up application. 45 I P i 1 L 2 mfr? """ '9i3f'-'V' T-"' . U' "'5.'i LH 'Q 'f5"" !f?W"f -H-2' wi'-11m f, , . -I -- J '41, qi " ,' 'iv aiu" M,."I'g.1" .-, -'VZ 3, ' 5, . "if ' f f". m.-"f ."-7.."Mf1Q '- H..4- MWA QW H' ' ..f,,. . ff--. . ,,.-H , 'zuq fb " fi ' 'f.':' '-3 '- wi' .f .'.'J"". , . 9 Q -Q.-f " li :ay-4' 2 ' 4 5,,fl' 'ln' fs-s!.f4',, f H I 4 l-1 . El V 'x ' 'ftp ff , ' Ayf I-yT,',f n Q' Vg, . " TISI1'-'Q 4 1 ,hm ,,.,"-v-yw 7 fa .- 5 ' dlp 5., fo ff ff . -. :ff - uf i. -,., ' ' ' ,. .. L-f"" ,' - , 1 -??"fgff, "V ' ' ' -' 1 -::ew'F?' -va? - :Tw " 1 I-4 ' '- ' s ' I -"f-'i'r"5:Lf'f " Q ' fp.. 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S. l. I-Iayakawa, acting president of San Francisco State College and Robert Scheer, editor of Ramparts magazine verbally battled each other at the IRL convention. Held at the University of Oregon, the convention attended by a group of Tigard students had the appro- priate theme "Revolution in the Twentieth Century." Studentinvolvement in community affairs earned them justified recognition. Each stu- dents special talents and proficiencies were revealed by their action throughout the school year. A FAMILIAR FACE at 'Tigard is Blaine Whipple, who spoke on the election system in the U.S. HOTTEST ELECTION RACE IN OREGON brought Wayne Morse and challenger Robert Packwood to Tigard onlytwo weeks apart with their campaigns for the Senatorial posi- tion. - SAN FRANCISCO STATE'S S, I, Hayakawa spoke to an often vocal audience at the Oregon State IRL convention attended by Tigard High Students. FOLLOWING A SPEECH OF PRAISE fbelowj by Principal Darwin Shinn, Tom Lloyd received astanding ovation from student body. "RAMPARTS" MAGAZINE EDITOR Robert Scheer agitated at the IRL convention while petite Pam Nerrman as IRL president maintained order PEOPLE Qcontj "I NEVER KNEW I'D WIN, Krightj was the understatement made by Linda Karnstra after she placed second in National High School typing contest finals in Baltimore, Md. She typed 90 words per minute at the finals. COMMERCIAL CAKE MIX, fbelowj seems to be a secret ingredient for Betty Crocker Home Maker Award winner Colleen Sweeney, 'TI-IS senior. NAT IONALLY-KNOWN ROCK G R O U P , "The Disraeli, " entertained at an all-school concert. . . NOTED POET-PACIFIST, Dr. William Stafford later were featured in the Junior-Senior Prom. of PSU spoke to IRL classes on antiwar stand. AS AN OPENER fbelowj to his pro-baseball career, Randy Beringer attempts to close his suitcase for the trip to arookie team camp. i NOT A FLOWER CHILD, but one of the beautiful fpeople. Linda Muller won the 1969 title of Tigard junior Miss. A FAMILIAR FACE in local law enforcement was Sgt. john Murley whose legs were crushed by driver cited for driving under the influence. A benefit for Murleywas held at the High School. PERCUSSION SECTION MEMBERS of the U of O concert band provided an interesting supplement to the music. FOREIGN EXCHANGE STUDENTS Livin' In The USA "The World is our village, " says Marshall McLuhan, 20th century philosopher. With instant telephone communication and jet planes, the people in distant countries have become neighbors. Understanding is the key to living in peace With neighbors. To further this understanding, Tigard hosted five foreign ex- change students. "I have never found any place With people so nice and so friendly as here in the United States, " commented Rebeca Maldonado fr om Ecuador. Becky settled With the Ted Farance family for the year. A 16-year-old Guatemalan, Carlos Rivers, spent nine Weeks at TI-IS. I-Iis hosts Were the Clarence Nicoli family of Tigard. Ricardo Morayata, a junior from Mexico City was Tigard's guest for two months. His trip Was sponsored bya church program, Inter- national Exchange. Costa Rican exchange students Nelsey Par- ras and Francisco Donata spent one month in the homes of THS students. Nelsey stayed with jennifer and Linda Hanson, Francisco With Bruce Webber. Both came through the Alliance for Progress program. SURROUNDED BY AMERICAN WATER Ricardo Morayata splashesto the finish line in 100 meter event. E AMERICAN CARDS AND SPANISH SENORITA provide an evening's entertainment during rainy Oregon weather. The Farance family includes tl.-r.J Lillian, Ted, Cindy, foreign exchange student Rebe ca Maldonado and Jim. 52 W .29 if 'WL My 46 Sm vii rw 3 CHRISTMAS WEEK Students deck THS Halls With Holly Giving, the true spirit of the holiday season, Was depicted by THS students during Christmas Week. Donna Hartig provided candy canes for all teachers. The Activities Committee presented large corsages to secretaries and cooks. The annual canned food drive collected provisions for needy Tigard families. It Was a colorful Week. Each class decorated a hall. Small trees, mistletoe, crepe paper and Santa Clauses were strewn about the school. A 7-foot tree Was provided by Girl's League officers in the cafete- ria. They also provided appropriate music during lunch. Santa Claus, fPaul Fisherj frequently roamed the halls. Students paid 50 cents during lunch to sit on his lap and have their pictures taken. IRL classes had a "Santa Debate" over the exist- ence of Saint Nick. A large ball of mistletoe and holly helped decorate the cafeteria for Friday Night's "Winter Fantasy." junior Princess Marilyn Ems and her escort, Steve Steinke were crowned Christmas Ro alt Their class 1 Y Y- Won the canned food drive earning 20 pep trophy points . SOPHOMORE DAVID NEGLER counts and recounts cans at the end of the food drive for needy families. Thejun- iors Wong Seniors placed second. 54 fi N. Queen Marilyn Ems Escort Steve Sleinker A BIG CELEBRITY of Chr i stm a s Week Qleftj Santa Claus Q P a ul F is h e rj receives requests from Peggy Goodrich. FLOWER GIRL julie Ranf glances over her shoulder at puckish crown bearer Keith Garrett as she waits for him to catch up. Sr. Princess Gwen Miller Escort Ben McQuaid ENCIRCLED BY Christmas trees, dancers move to the music of the "Renegades " Soph. Princess Diane Ranf 55 Escort Ron Noyes 'fs 1, W N A 5' ,fi A, ' 5 yi W nw, vmwmw Q .. ig, 5, Y ' ' N 1? ,ffffp ' 1 ' ' .Av akizwff' Q iw, 3. f f,i,,7"wM VJ 4 Mi' fw' W' -MJ r 5 ra, 1 ff 3 FORENSICS Debators Go National The Forensics squad had its shining hour during '68-'69. Eric Knudsen and Randy Fennell won the Oregon Debate championship while five other Tigard debators went to state. Overall, the squad accumulated over 27 trophies during the year. This was a fantastic improvement. In the pre- vious year, no Tigard speaker even qualified for State competition. Forensics consisted of 23 members. Tryouts were held between interested speech students to pick the actual squad. They participated in some 20 tournaments lasting from Oct. l to the end of April. Miss Nancy Lewis, speech teacher, was advisor and coach. Helping place trophies in forensics own trophy case were these outstanding speakers: Chele Gil- ham, Stephanie Davison, Fr anki Baccellieri, Mary Silvey, Tom Matthes and Debbie Weise. TALKING HIS WAY THROUGH STATE, winner of the Outstanding Speaker Award, Eric Knudsen ex- plains how he prepares for Washington D. C. nationals . SIFTING THROUGH NOTES, Shelly A T.V. STAR, Kris Dieker watches herself after being video,-taped.. New Gilliam finds counter-action t o her equipment at THS has helpedthe Forensics Squadto better speaklng ab1l1t1es. opponent' s rebutal . 58 GETTING A CI-IUCKLE from his own presentation Brian Gilham relates a humorous speech. PORTRAYING ANASTASIA, Stephanie Davison practices her dramatic interpretation. SPECTOR OF SPEAKERS floats over golden collection of hardware gleaned through a successful speech season. Tl-IS forensics last year earned only 4 trophys3 this year they talked the judges into 26 awards, STAGE BAND Professionals Parade Talent THS's first professional musical group, the stage band, paraded their talents at several school and community activities throughout the year. Stage Band's musicians were hand-picked by Richard Powell, the director. He chose students with experience and a love for music. Finding time to practice was made relatively easy. The front office alloted the group one class period daily. In preparingfor a big performance, however, time after school was used. Performing at all basketball games and as- semblies didn't provide enough of a challenge for the musicians. They were contracted to play at Sherwood, the YMCA and various Dad's Club functions. "The pay was low, but the applause was worth more than money, " commented Powell. ENGROSSED IN THE MUSIC Joel Miller PEACEFUL RHYTHM found amld jarring sounds emit from the g'L11t3.1' of listens to the tones of the sax. Gene Clark. 60 PRO MUSIC GROUP From left: Band Director Richard Powell, Gary Sheets, Tom Matthes, Larry Helenius, joel Miller, jay Huber, Steve Von Hagen, Kevin Lee, Bob Carter, Paul Garrett, George Simons, Phil Harvey, jim Nicoli, Bill Fewless, Roy Howland, Ken Kester, April Bennett, SENIOR BAND MEMBER Roy Howland blows out a blue note on his trusty Coronet. 61 NEWSPAPER Hi-Spots Lands Second Consecutive "All- American" The second time in 44 years of publishing, the Hi-Spots won the highest national rating available, the coveted "All-American, "under Larry Kott who has advised the student bi- weekly for three years. Denise Pierce, editor, expressed her op- timism, saying, "We've got a great staff, a lot of new blood and lots of talent. Last year's staff, under the direction of Kathy Nicoli, editor '68, received Tigard's first "All-American" rating in 4l years. The rating is conducted by the National Press Association at the University of Min- nesota. Over 1,200 schools nationally com- writing, coverage, p age makeup, headline style and photography. The Hi-Spots received the maximum amount of points in 23 out of 25 categories. .journalism classes had their secondyear at Tl-IS. They are atraining ground for News- paper or Yearbook. Much of their work is printed in the school of four community news- papers which are fed weekly releases by a student-operated news bureau. The I-Ii-Spots has increased in quantity as well as quality. From eight editions a year in '66-'67, the publicationis now out bi-week- ly. There were several 8-page editions and one 12-page paper for graduation. peted. Newspapers are evaluated for content, PRIVATE JOKE perpetrated by Editor Denise Pierce and Writer Bryan Gilliam, is viewed with gloom by harassed Advisor Larry Kott. MAN or MANY HATS, 'rom Bishop served as business manager, photog- rapher, sports, feature and editorial writer. The novice writer published 754 column-inches . . . 12, times his own height! 62 TIGARD TIMES correspondent Gail Matthias uses a scaleograph to crop photos. Student Journalists also sent weekly stories to The Press, Oregon journal, and'I-Iillsboro Argus. A1 n 1 ' z Q f E S Q 1 is ' ex 9 52 VARSITY BASKETBALL Team Has Handicaps Many factors contributed to the Tigers post- ing a 5-l7 win-loss record. lnexperience, lack of size, inability to score consistently were the team's major handicaps. Seven juniors and only four seniors made up a varsity squad of ll. Four juniors were consistently on the startingline-up. They were: Bruce Kroese, Larry Miles, Paul Garrett and George Stevens. Other juniors who started oc- casionally were: Steve Ohm, Pete Hughes and Duane McDougall. Senior captain, Doug Vaday, was usually the only Senior starter. I-Ie was named to the first team All-TYV League, the All-Star Team and also received honorable mention status in All- Star ratings. Doug led the squad in almost all statistical categories. I-Ie was named Most Valuable Player at the end of the season. Seniors playing their last season for the Tigers were jon Karr, Neil Beauchamp and Scott Forrest At season's end Lar Miles ' s ry 7 always a hustler, ran off with the best defender award. Tigard 4 42 Lebanon - 54 46 Lincoln - 47 32 Wilson - 57 68 Benson - 70 OT 65 St. Helens - 73 56 McMinnville - 48 62 Forest Grove - 6l 56 Tillamook - 64 OT 58 West Linn - 66 42 Lake Oswego - 45 40 Dallas - 70 50 Newberg - 44 90 St. Helens - 68 76 McMinnville - 68 52 Forest Grove - 72 52 Oregon City - 72 63 Tillamook - 66 45 West Linn - 50 30 Lake Oswego - 48 42 Oregon City - 70 66 Newberg - 68 64 ALL-LEAGUE FORWARD, Doug Vaday, Qabovej attempts hoop shot against the league-leading Lake Oswego team on Feb, 28, The Tigers sunk as the Lakers came out on top, 48 to 30. REACI-IING FOR A REBOUND, Guard, Ion Karr, demon- strates typical Tigard action at the Feb. 7, St, Helens game. Ready to back up Karr is Duane McDougall as the Tigers clawed the Lions 72-52. MQ .. .,, . 5 :iv ,S i , .....,: , 1: W 4 gg we fl- eg .L ,, ' K K f 44 W wi 4 1, , M Ex K V' W, uf gr 11 5 'fig 3 x l W f ,, ,ww Q v s is 5 X X , Qi gm? ,K as A N g 1 ,Q W .K V ' ' W . .. ' if- ' ws mg. 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In his second and last year at Tigard, Coach Tom Smythe led the locals to afine season rec- ord. ill' 1 - j , I . , A .. , . a. l if 5,fHi2efa:mf .. T - 4 i v 5 ,V in X -,E. ':' -f tsaf "" ' ..-s- K ' 1. .. 5 . . .ii so ' E fm 1 S W I , Q 2 ' ,. " gi iw ? W W is fi , 1 wifi, if' i" "" Through the play of the jV's, the future looks bright for varsity basketball in the up- coming year. W., . .,, ,,,.m,,M,,m,:,,BE,31mw.Wmpmx,wf.awmwvimmriwimummmv-ni: are ,-,, www.-,f-ww,,mwi,,wf.QY:HM.fiwfwi-1.:'.vv .ip1.,,HM. 7 ,,.A-,mmm it law . , ww: Q U41 ww ig AVOIDING HIS RIVAL Kirk Free moves swiftly to stay out of reach. FLIP OF THE HAND sends the ball up for a score by Bill Olson. We i if he CS "CI 3 DU IP CD I O :I SU 91 2. '41 CJ Ei Q- 3 E O E4 0 SU S3 fe rf III' O E U' KD . 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Teammate Dave Randall helps guard the front line JUNIOR VARSITY BASKETMEN Q1. - r.j Rocky Arn, Tom McGuire, Tom Hatch, Chuck Riverman, Mike Smith, Matt Meyer, Randy Gard, Dave Randall, Kurt Free, Bill Olson, and Gary Hovies. 69 SOPH. BASKETBALL Coach Will Follow Sophs Under the leadership of Coach Gary Gente- mann, the sophomore basketball team stead- ily improved throughout the season. Playing against larger schools, Tigard's sophs gained experience through the year and Were Winning their share of games bythe end of the season. When Coach Gentemann takes over the reins of the JV squad next year, he will pro- vide contenuity Working With this same group of players. TIPPING FOR THE TIGERS frightj Craig Bieker tries to aim jump ball to teammates. OPPONENT'S FUTILITY seems insured by reaction of Tigard Sophs, above. -- A FAST AND HOT GAME, fleftj a player tries to maneu- ver through opponent defen- sive. OFF THE FINGER TIPS Craig Bieker Qbelowj keeps his eye on the basket and shoots. VARSITY WRESTLING Matmen Boast 9-0 Record Tigard's Wrestling team completed one of the most successful seasons in Tigard High wrestling history. The squad captured the dis - trict Dual Championship. Coach Don Hedgepeth commented on the reasons for the team's success, following the Districtwin. He said, "The boys have worked hard this year and I am proud of their per- formances. They put-Out 1002 for all their matches, which brings on success." Tigard grapplers played in four tourna- ments in addition to the regular season matches. ln them, Tigard earned one first place and three second place ratings. The matmen took first in the Tigard hosted wres- tling tournament and second in the Estacada, South Eugene and District matches. The state tournament saw three Tigard wrestlers com- pete, Dick Barth, Robert Strong and Lloyd Kinnan. However, they lost to the outstanding wrestlers at state. Scores Tigard 30 St. Helens 21 46 McMinnville 13 32 Tillamook 21 34 Forest Grove 9 25 West Linn 20 25 Lake Oswego 19 45 Dallas 6 23 Newberg 19 24 Oregon City 23 Tournaments Estacada 2nd place Tigard lst place South Eugene 2nd place District 2nd place WRE ST LING AND WAITING go together with only six minutes on the mats. Wrestler Steve Ross often has time to ponder mistakes made in the previous match. i PI C KI NG A WINNER is Coach Don GETTING THEIR HEADS TOGETHER, the "ref" eyeballs Don Silvey, who finally I-Iedgpeth at District Tournament where pinned his opponent from Dallas in the second round. his team took an overall second place. WEIGHT AND STARVATION were constant problems for wrestler Al Augustine and the rest of the team during their 1969 season where they took second in the district tournament and first in league duo meets. 73 VARSITY WRESTLING cont. DISTRICT WRESTLING is a long tournament which lasts two full days. Ken Williams makes up what he is missing in back reading. REVERSE AND PIN are the steps taken by Don Silvey at District where he ended up in the second slot. HEAV Y WEIGHT WRESTLER Darrel Cook reverses on Allen Nunn of Oregon City. Cook won by decision 8-6. 1 98 POUNDS OF FURY, Tom Bishop, reverses on a St. Helens Wrestler and follows ATTEMPTANG To SKBEECERSE for by a pin. jenny West placidly watches the mat action. gwzlgingiffalgeonar 3 mW Owon VARSITY WRESTLING TEAM, front row fl. to r.l: Greg Hosler, Al Schmit, Ken Williams, Rick Bordenkircher, Tom . . . nk. h Bishop, Dick Barth., jim Crissman. Second row: Al Ashcroft, Al Augustme, Don Sllvey, B111 Fewless, Tom Borde 1rc er, Ralph Baslle. Thlrd row: Coach Don I-Iedgpeth, Mike Keeney, Leonard Babin, Terry Cole, Steve Ross, Lloyd Kinnan, Darrel Cook and joel Holcomb, 75 iv WRESTLING Strong Squad Varsity Calibre "Many of our JV Wrestlers were varsity material," proudly pointed out Coach jerry IV WRESTLING DUAL MEET SCORES Grossen in summarizing his team. T igard 45 St. Helens He continued, "Tigard's IV squad can 70 McMinnville boast of having the largest turnout of any TYV 56 Tillamook school. There was keen competition for var- 67 Forest Grove sity positions. 70 West Linn 29 Lake Oswego Coach Grossen and his team started the 49 Dallas wrestling season with an excellent record. 26 Newberg The team Won the first seven consecutive 15 Oregon City dual meets. They dropped the last two matches, one byamere three points. Looking to the future, Grossen sees, "excellent potential for next year's squad. " JV WRESTLING TEAM front row fl. - 131 Mark Fullerton, Don Hunt, JohnYock, Gordon Anderson, Dan Fuller B111 Frosty Robin Lee. Second Row: Steve Hasuike, john Palm, Larry Geek, Mike Craughan, Bob Schulz, George Slmons Thlrd Row Coach jerr Gro S ' ' y ssen, cott Judy, Gene Clark, Steve Dr1ll, C11ff Talbot. .W . Jl.w .... f, , ' .-L4 ff - me-wn SOME SERIOUS WORK from Steve Hasuike still failed to reverse his precarious position on the bottom of the heap. BOTH SIDES OF WRESTLING are shown by JVwrest1er Lou DeBe11oy,1 Qrightj He has the advantage on his competitor by being on top and fabovej he, on the bottom, has problems by nearing pin position. GIRL'S SPORTS It's A Girl's World Through a broad and ever increasing pro- gram of activities, meets and games, girl's sports offer something of interest for all. The girl's basketball team was always a group of avid participants, traveling often this year to compete with many schools in the TYV League and in the Portland area. Many long hours of practice were devoted to the graceful sport of gymnastics. The art requires, not only practice, but a strong sense of balance, coordination and concentra- tion. ' The volleyball team, also dominated by female participants, has witnessed a very successful year. Pre-requisites include agil- ity, skill and a desire for fun. With the success and ability demonstrated by all the teams and the return of many team- mates next year, the girl's sports will con- tinue their high rise trends. SUPER SOCKER Susie Averill stands ready to help mates in district volleyball competition. tea In.. GIRLS BASKETBALL ff:-ont, 1. - r., Trudy Green, Rose Bitz, Margo Havery, Sherrie McFa1-ling, Wendy White, Susan Bland, Nancy Burns, Sandi Adkins. Back row: Mrs. Pamela Powell, Jeanne Caswell, Barbara Smith, Molly O'Farrell, Diane McCabe, joy Brinegar, Marjean Knokey, Leanna Burns, April Lewis, Minn Carol Sutton. , i Above: SMASI-IING VOLLEYBALL is senior Linda Kamstra at eve- ning practice. Right: LIMBER LYNETTE GALLOWAY assumes arched position on uneven parallel bars. GIRLS SPORTS Qcontj GIRL'S GYMNASTIC TEAM fl. - r.j front row: Jody Ries, Karen Root, Cindy Cowan, Chris Upchurch. Second row: Sue Lynch, Lynette Galloway, julie Stretch, Cindy Galloway, Mary Silvey, Third row: Joan Pearson, Sharon Hughes, julie Fuller, Lori Knebel, Chris Sanders. Fourth row: Barbara Masters, Sharon Lantoe, Tracey Sweeney, Shannon Huff. '8 O i 1 5 i i i SPRITE-LIKE LEAP concludes airy out door gym routine by Tracey Sweeney . I be my 9' r 1 me , K s,,,,, ' 77'X.L?'5 5 Sassy, QQ 7L1z-",.lrg,, .. mmm L SECOND THOUGHTS OCCUR to Sno Cats Bill Baker and Mark Carpenter as they cling to the rising chair lift. SKI CLUB Slat Group Snowed By Full Treasury An over-abundance of snow was ski club's only 'problem' this year. The ski season for the club's 50 members lasted through May. During April and May, Mt. Hood Meadows paid each club member 75 cents if a bus was brought up. The club's treasury was always full. S96 was left to ski club from the previous year. S50 came in from dues. Each member also paid 3316 for the six trips up. Out of the extra money ski movies and the big ski party at the end of the year were paid for. Ski officers Were: Bill Baker, presidentg Mark Carpenter, vice -presidentgjeri Groce, secretary-treasurerg Dick I-lolgate, ser- geant-at-armsg Whitney Cayton, racing rep- resentative. EXI-IIBITING UNIQUE FORM fbelowl is ski club president Bill Bal-:er who is obviously pleased at the photographer's timing. TIGERETTES Dancing Troope Adds Spice To THS. Parading, dancing, kicking and smiling, the Tigerettes spent another year entertain- ing THS. Their imaginativedancing and cos- tumes were seen at Homecoming, Christmas May Fete, various football and basketball games. After picking new members in May, the girls spent the summer practicing their rou- tines. At the Miss Oregon Pageant in Seaside last summer they were awarded ablue ribbon for participating. President Cinda Mawhirterg Vice-Presi- dent Carmen Dalthorpeg and S e c r e t a ry - Treasurer Gwen Miller make up most of the Tigerette's dances. Miss Yvonne Dallmann, the advisor, is on hand to help. They go over their routines every Tuesday and Thursday mornings from 7:00-8:00 in the gym. a F DANGLING BEADS AND LACY GARTERS add to "Baby Face" costumes of the Roaring 20's. Slinky swin ers S are. fl. to r. Q Shirley Carson, Mickey Kelley, Jeri Groce, Sharon O'Ha11oran, Tangi Pape and DonnaHartig. 82 TIGERETTE EXECUTIVES Cinda Mawhirter, president, Carmen Dalthorpe, vice- president, and Gwen Miller, secretary-treasurer practice a new routine privately. Tl-IE 1968-1969 TIGERETTES are: Qfront row, l. to r.j Mickeylielley, Mary Chamberlain, Gwen Miller, Sharon O'I-lalloran and Donna I-lartiggxfsecond rowjjeanne Payne, Sally Gedrose, Karen Root, Shirley Carson and Sue Pretty, fthird rowj Carmen Dalthorpe, 'Tangie Pape, Jeri Groce, Kathy Egger and Myra Ranfg Qfourth rowj Annie Oakley, Pam Murphy, Cinda Mawhirter and Janice Schroeder. LETTERMEN'S CLUB "Jock's" Maintain Routine Jobs Lettermen's club was a service organiza- tion. Club me mb e r s maintained order by holding the ropes during all assemblies. Funds were raised through ice cream sales every noon. The jobs were often routine. President Bruce Webber commented: "We had to do them because no one else Would. " One of the club's purposes was to earn enough money for athletic equipment. Profits came through sales of green traveling bags and from the homecoming dance. S176 was made when the Lettermen brought the Harlem Clowns to Tl-IS. Club officers Were: Bruce Webber, pres- identg Don Silvey, vice-presidentg Al Schmidt, treasurerg Chuck Miller, sergeant-at-armsg and Dick Barth, public relations. E 3 E I l PONDERING PRESIDENT Bruce Webber works out the years schedule for Letterman activities. EAGER FOR BUSINESS, Vice-President Don Silvey, Qleftj has the merchandise but awaits for the purchaser. TIGARD'S STAR ATHLETES- Qrightj plan the program for the visiting Harlem Clowns. 4 N 1 PEP CLUB School Promoters Gain Membership Pep Club's goal to promote student unity and to support the rally gained many followers this year. Membership grew from 15 to 50 active members. Leaders devoted to their goals helped bring about this change. President was Judy Vopatg vice-president, Julie Stretchg secre- tary, Joyce Zadow, treasurer, Sandi Adkinsg and advisor Mrs. Nancy Lewis. They worked tirelessly to promote interest-through-active programs. Pep Club was divided into four 10-girl squads. Each squad earned 51525 during the year. This money went towards buying rally uniforms and helped pay rally costs to camp during the summer. By Christmas, the squad, headed by Leona Simkins had raised over 3100. To belong to the club, certain rules were followed. A member must attend all home games, wear the club uniform on all game days, go to all meetings and root in the club section during the games. W.. , W .... . iuuum.-.1-zrgng mmmw-if sa. -slaves-an-1411-'nn ,mmf mmm umu INNOVATIVE IDEAS byP1-esidentjudy BAKE SALES BOOST treasury available for Pep Club activities. Junior mem- Vopat sparkedayear of experimenta- bers Cfrom leftj Deanna Carlson, jenelle Gedney, jan Quarles and Nancy tion in spirit organization. Knauss present sweet treats. ENTHUSIASTIC SUPPORTERS bolstered by Barbara Evelsizer, scream and stomp as THS storms ahead in the close contest. 87 RED CROSS Red Cross Helps Needy The TI-IS Red Cross club'sbiggest service project was started at the beginning of the year. Red Cross sent nearly 100 friendship boxes to disaster areas. Toys, trinkets, soap and toothpaste were included. Money for the club's activities came from the Valentines and Christmas dances. A bake sale to lVlom's and Dad's Club brought in 535. Every summer TI-IS's Red Cross Sends two members to the Red Cross Leadership Conference Camp. Emphasis is placed on Red Cross involvement in the school and com- munity levels. Tigard's Red Cross club is a member of the Portland Trail Chapter of the American Red Cross. Officers were: Lorrie Voorhees, pres- identg Nita Flores, vice-presidentg Diane Mc- Cabe, secretaryg Mickey Kelley, treasurerg Chris Polinsky, committee coordinator. FINAL STAGE of canned food drive comes to an end. CL. -R., Ja n et McDonald, Jan Quarles, and Lori Luckeroth unload the last of the barrels. IDEAS FOR RED CROSS Christmas Dance are discussed at a committee meeting. fBottom to topj Diane McCabe, treasurer5 and Chris Polinsky, publicity chairmang Cliff Lehman, club memberg and Susan Johnson, advisor, check resources for new ideas. TI-IE BRICK WA LL performs for "Lollipops and Hearts" held in the cafetorium. Stu- dents wore c a s ual dress to th e annual Valentines dance . GATHERING HER THOUGHTS , Lorrie Voorhees listens to a club member. i 1 Q Students Teach Tigard's Future Teachers of America was a s e r i ou s club. Future teachers learned about the ir profession through lectures and experience. T President, Cliff Lehmang vice-pres- ident, Mike Smithg and treasurer, jane Hodges, initiated several practical pro- grams. At Templeton, FTA tutored slow students. Each member Went for one period a minimum of two davis a Week. At Twality, FTA members first ob- served classes, then took over a class for a period. From the concession stand and club dues, FTA raised money for the week- long Summer Seminar Program at Oregon College of Education. Three members attended. l , ..,, ,,.,, ,,., ,,,.,,,,,,,.,,, , , TREASURER JANE HODGES chortles in amuse- ment as members relate reasons for forgetting dues. MEMBER DENISE PIERCE appreciatively pins flower on instructor Paul Peck, during "Teachers Week." 90 DELIBERATING OUTCOME of Speech Club sponsored junior High tournament are judges Karen Dreeszen, Lowell P1-ickett and Bernadette Fairbanks, SPEECH CLUB Forensics Fortified Contributing to the success of Tigard's ac- tive Forensics squad was Speech Club, backing and promoting TI-IS's speech ventures. The club's first activity was the annual Stu- dent Congress. Making mock decisions on mod- ern problems facing the U. S. was the purpose of the congress. February, the club hosted a huge speech tournament. Some 300 students from 25 Oregon schools attended. Over 3250 Was made in en- trance fees. A junior high speech tournament was held by Speech Club in April. Its purpose was to give future Forensics members experience. 250 students attended! To insure the future of Forensics for un- derclassmen, Speech Club awar ded seven scholarships ranging from S20-340. LEADING SPEECH CLUB TO SUCCESS in many ventures was president john Brosy. Among projects were annual Student Congress and sp e e ch tourna- me nts . 91 Ti ,, ,H Q 0 9,7 i 'f 5 ztg ,gt ff QC QL X ef SPRI UN-TALENT SHOW IRL Show Colorful, But Controversial Using Tigard High talent, the IRL Club sponsored a "Laugh ln" style talent show to raise money for the American Field Service. The talent show was held in the THS cafeteria. Seats cost 25 cents. Admission was limited to 550 people. Tickets Were sold out in advance and the public attended. IRL president, George Hoselton, Was head organizer of the program. Other club members responsible for program organization, stage management, and script Were: Donna Hartig, Colleen Sweeney, George Helmick, Cliff Lehman, Terry Leiser, Patty Smith, Dean Clark, john Palm and Cliff Cox. Entertainment included folk songs, a dance number, piano playing, skits by rally and running humor by the MC's. The pseudo-sophisticated show had a typical slap- stick ending as a pie smashed in the startled puss of MC Dean Clark. SEA OF PEOPLE mirror reflections of various moods at IRL's thing as MC S annual "No Talent Show. " Seating was limited to 550 stu- dents. '1 41,1-.warm mgnnuxnui-umuu1-. .ll1 :1af:-wnnuvmi nf mr S . ., M My : 3 fx MOTHER-DAUGHTER TEA "Texas T" Shines In The Pacific Northwest A bit of the old West, became the theme of the annual Mother-Daughter Tea. The "Texas T", presented by Girl's League, was held April 24 in the THS cafetorium. Fashions modeled were creations of the home econom- ics students. Officers included: sheriff and president, Peggy O'Farrellg rancher and vice-president Cinda Mavvhirterg dance hall girl and secre- tary, KathyBenzg Mexican hombre and treas- urer, Gail Biekergbroncbuster and sergeant- at-arms, Molly O'Farrellg s chool teacher and song leader, LaVisa Pritzlerg Pocahontas and also junior Representative, Liz Eggertg Indian Princess and Sophomore Representa- tive, Colette DeWitt. Advisor is Mrs. Grace Galvin. 7 A PLEASED EXPRESSION on Mrs. Marcia Pickens face shows how proud she is of the home economics- girls. ., I l BEHIND THE CHECKSTAND, commentators Helen Bishop and ladies to display fashions. MODELING HER SEWING Myra Ranf shows off GOLDEN VOICED, LaVisa Fritzler, Girls League song- her coat of wool. leader, warbles at fashion show. Y HX BY THE SHORES OF GITCI-1'Y-GOOMY, Mrs. Virginia Eggert and papoose Liz see latest squaw fashions. Tangi Pape ffar rightj ring up charming 97 JUNIOR-SENIOR PROM Prom Couples Doubl "A Moment to Cherish" became a reality on a balmy April night reserved for the junior-Senior Prom in the ingen- iously decorated THS cafetorium. Blue and green streamers walled the dance floor from "night-club" tables and candles. Splashing colored lights from an eight-foot fountain heightened the to- tal effect. Disraeli, a nationally known record- ing group, set the mood with such songs as "What Will The New Day Bring", and "Say You Love Me. " Disraeli performed before an enthusiastic Tl-IS assembly earlier in the year. Don Lewis, a singer from Portland, rounded out the evening. The black come - dian brought laughter with an impromptu calypso number satirizing students. RAD IA NT REIGNING ROYALTY Donna I-Iartig is overwhelmed as she is crowned queen. Senior class president, Eric Knudsen, places Coronet on her maj- esty as her escort Steve Thronbrue looks on. V HELPING HAND is extended to flower girl Lorraine Fowler and crown bearer Vincent Fowler by senior class President Eric Knudsen as master of ceremonies . HORS D'OEUVRES AND SPARKLING PUNCH are served to Dan Drovdahl TENNYRUNNERS and white from Port Angeles, Washington. 1evi's attire singer Don club Lewis. I STARRY EYES CREATE A ROMANTIC MOOD at THS's 1969 annual junior-Senior Prom. Attendance was doubled over last year with 104 couples attending. 99 ROTATING COLORS of the center fountain SERIOUS IN THEIR WORK, the nationally-known Disraeli performed for add the crowning touch to the atmosphere the Junior-Senior Prom. of "A Moment to Cherish." NEWLY CROWNED Queen Donna Hartig receives her bouquet of red roses as escort Steve Thornbrue stands by to lead the queen from her throne . Senior princess Tangi Pape and escort Steve McDonald look for signals from different directions. Crown bearer and flower girl are Vincent and Lorraine Fowler. IOO FRESHED AND READY to RE dance, Debbie Peters leads her escort to the dance floor. TAKING A BREATH, couples stop to refresh and watch others sway to the music. HONORING THE PROM on 2. bright Spring day, Queen Donna Hartig poses with her court . QStanding 1. - Inj Tangi Pape , Frankie Baccelleri, Cindy Farance, seated fl. - r.l Ian Chavez, jenny W e st , and Margo Havery. ROAR OF THE GREASE PAINT sMEfl1L OF THE cnown 'Game Of Life' Draws Crowd Tigard's drama department portrayed the "Game of Life" with their production of the Broadway musical, "The Roar of the Greasepaint-The Smell of the Crowd." Director Larry Daw felt "the students brought together a delightful mu- sical. "Cast members rehearsed eight weeks every day after school for two or three long hours in an effort to present something new and different. The setting was a series of platforms and ramps surrounding a large game area from which Sir and Cocky played the "Game of Life. " On a stage floor in bright colors and numbered like a hopscotch board, a character who symbolized the nation's power group called the rules and a 1965 Everyman hopped, skipped and jumped according to his leaders com- mands. joe Hill portrayed Sir, the rule-maker, who could only stand to win, Greg Yock as Cocky represented society's constant loser. He tries again and again, unsuccessfully, to play the game and with ev- ery defeat he was forced to write new, restrictive rules in the book of life Desperate as Act I closes, he pleaded to heaven in "Who can I Turn To?" In Act II, Cocky began to assert himself more and more with Sir. With new confidence he played the game and won for the first time. Cocky real- ized the phoniness of Sir's rules and rebels. The musical ended ona clash of conflict even though the foes had pledged in song that they will see "The sweet beginnings of the new co-operation through to the bitter end. " TWO-STEPPING DUO of Sir and and GregYock as they shuffle out SHOCKED BY A MIRAGE of food Boy fDenise Piercej, Cocky, Sir and the Urchins gaze in hunger at the marvelous sight. 102 OPENING THE PIAY with a song by Shari Livesay, I.aVisa Frizler, Joyce Cocky are portrayed by joe Hill POIGNANT "NEGRO" PART was sung by senior Dawn Sporrer, who a song. blackened her face for the show. children Qfrom lefty Sharon Peyton, Ann Stities, Jeri Lemon, ALWAYS HEARD BUT RARELY SEEN, role of accom- Bev Ness, Kim Swift and Denise Cooper. panist canbe anonymous. "Greasepa.int" , however spot- lighted musicians Patty Lamkin, Suzanne Swaren and Ramona Hammes. 1 O3 MAY FETE Sophs Take Trophy Parading their legs during the first day of the dress code change, knobby-kneed soph- omores upset careful prognostications of a senior victory by winning20 pep trophy points during May Week. As akick-off to the l lf2-hour Wednesday outdoor program, four sky divers zeroed in on the playing field. Following the aerial exhibition, sopho- mores beat both junior and senior efforts in the tug'o war. The sophs also won the bicycle relay with seniors placing second. The May as sembly was held Friday morn- ing. Following the court review, the May Court was introduced and May Queen, Anita Flores, c rowne d. Tigerettes and Lassies performed and Mary Silvey gave a humorous speech summarizing the year's activities. "Aquarius, " the girl-ask-boy dance, at- tracted a capacity crowd in the cafeteria.. STRAINS OF "WINDY" ff O er breezy melody for lively Tigerette routine . From left, Donna Hartig, Janice Schroeder, Jeanne Payne, Mary Chamberlain Gwen Miller, Sally Gedrose and Mickey Kelley, Everyone seems out of step w,ith the leader. THE LIVELY STEP of Lassie y Virginia Nelson requires rapt attention . 104 l WITH FATHERLY CONCERN Doug Vaday guides the junior honor bearers, Julie Ranf and Mike Groce to their queen. Q I 5 HUMOROUS WORDS FALL FREELY from MISTRESS OF CEREMONIES, Kathy Egger helps flower girl Julie Ranf to Mary Silvey as she gives her after-dinner the center of the gym during the court review activities. speech before the student body. , mfg wa 5 -zikfai-,, W' r e - 43- W e,yey ytyyre,yy yyyy,ee S :., e n F- . . .Lv,,Lq,., ,... asf ,,,,f V, 3 Q COMING DOWN for a A WARM EVENING provided a capacity turnout to the last girl-ask-boy dance of the year, Smooth landing, parachute "AqH3l'iUS- " jumper floated in as a field day part1c1pant . 1 05 bfi' s TEARS OF JOY flow gently from ecstatic Nita Flores as she is crowned May Queen by Doug Vaday. Escort John Brosy fbehindj seems pleased with student body choice. SPRING DANCE brings new spring dresses and lots of couples to "Aquarias. " Paulette Sedler merges with headless escort. 106 RELAXING FROM THE DANCE floor couples POSING WITH THEIR QUEEN, the May Court ffrom leftj Denise Chavez, escort Bill Olsong Robin Fletcher, escort Dean Brown5 Rebeca Maldonado, escort Bill Bakery flower girl Molly Scottg Queen Nita Floresg crown bearer Mike Groceg Gail Matthias, escort Eric Knudseng Cinda Mawhirter, escort Bill Fewlessg Sandi Adkins, escort Larry Miles. 107 CONCERT CHOIR New Mixed Ensemble Makes Public Sounds A special addition to the music depart- ment was a newly formed concert choir di- rected by THS instructor, George Koch. Thirty -five top singing musicians met one period daily to rehearse. A Wide variety of music Was enjoyed by attentive audiences at various community and school functions. The mixed ensemble spent hours prepar- ing for several Thanksgiving and Christmas engagements. Some interesting programs in- cluded a Masonic lodge meeting in December at the ICOF Hall, a Christmas appearance at the Lloyd Center and a performance for King City residents. The concert choir's finale was their ap- pearance at Baccalaureate. Their medley of spiritual songs pointed up the poignancy of the ceremony. I-iARD WORK ENJOYED BY ALI. was what the Concert Choir strived for. The group made appearances during their first year. f ff Mrk V K it W GRADUATION First Day Of The Rest Of Our Lives Wearing navy blue and white robes, a procession of 282 graduates ushered an end to four years of high school study at the commencement exercises. Giggles and guffaws from slipping hats and hot robes were quickly stilled as Steve Thornbrue read the invocation. With bowed heads, the graduates thought of the good times and the friends they might never see again. Gail M a t t h i a s, valedictoriang Linda Muller and Denise Pierce, co-salutatoriansg and Rebeca Maldonado, foreign exchange student from Ecuador, turned thought to the future and the class motto, "Tomorrow is the first day of the rest of your life. " After baritone soloist, joe Hill, sang "I Gotta Be Me, " senior class president, Eric Knudsen, dedicated the "Class of 1969" to the audience. Diplomas were issued by Principal Dar- win Shinn, Superintendent Delbert Fennell and Board member, Warren Forsyth. The benediction and recessional closed the ceremony. SENIOR GAIL MATTHIAS represented her class as Valedic- torian, speaking on what the future held for her class and what the world could expect from them. THE LAST MILE--Happy seniors move swiftly along as proud parents try to capture commencement candids of their offspring . 110 READY TO RECEIVE thei.r walking papers, '69 graduates proceed to their places for final cere- monies. WITH RAPT EXPRESSION , co-salutatorian Denise Pierce offered closing remarks to graduating class. MAKING I-IER FAREWELL ADDRESS to graduating class Rebeca M ld d - -1 h - d f - LOOIGNG TOTHE FUTURE co-sa1utato- a Ona o Inisti y expresses er gratitu e or Oregon experience. Tian, Linda Muller, presented her Speech '11 topic. W, I 1 4 4 E v V W www1'Q-myUf14,,wm.an.e,f.Q- -Awaymam:fr-v,w:s:-:.wf 7 gmswezamk,Wm-:raid ff.: fm, -vfA.- Q,1,.-Mimzkia 'vff-- ,-ff w,m:u.g:,..v, , 1 JmM,m:vAK,,,,,,m,,,, ,,k, ,,,,,.-,1.,, 1 w TRACK Thinclads Take Third Third place was captured by the Tigard thinclads in the annual TYV District Track meet to highlight the seasons activities. Tigard was represented in the state com- petition by Steve Thornbrue in the pole vault and Don Hall in the long jump. Hall leaped his way to fifth in the state -wide meet. With the coaching of Tex Whiteman, Don Hedgepeth and Ron Parrish, sufficient im- provement was made by team members to set seven new school records. Many individuals made tremendous im- provements, and the young track team has many participants returning next year. A talented freshman class will add many first class trackmen to an already good team. From the long distance crew, which in- cludes everyone who runs the 440 or a longer race, Tigard will lose only two men. Those that remain make up the strongest field of runners that Tigard has had. The field events will lose only two indi- viduals from their ranks. Two graduates from the hurdles will hurt the squad, but the pres- ence of Tom Mardock, who finished third in the low hurdles in district, will be back to carry the load in that event. In the Central Relays, a I6-team invita- tional, the Tigers finished second bringing home three first place trophies. The only other non-league meetTigard participated in was the Centennial Invitational where the lo- cals tied for seventh. Looking to the future, all signs point to one of the best track teams inyears at Tigard. FINAL EFFORTS PROVE REWARDING as Tigard hurdler Tom Mardock strains for a cross-eyed first place. LONG LEGGED HIGH HURDIER Bruce IN A RACE FOR SECOND PLACE T1gard irackster Steve Thornbrue Qcenterj keeps Webber places second 111 h1S heat at h1S head of steam at full bO11 ate agalnst Ashland. "SKY DIVER" FORM proves profitable for high jumper Steve Ross as he crosses easily over the straight and narrow bar 1 15 I Q ii Q . gs il I 1 i S Q 3 s Q T E .1 6 i 1 4 I 1 TRACK Qcontj KEEPING UP WITH THE PACE Don Hall fcenter, FLEET FOOTED Karl Lamon speeds past spectators as they leftj does his best for Tigard honor. watch for those following. TIGARD TRACKSTERS front row fl. - r.j Tom Soule, Pete Hatfield, Keith Ohm, john Palm, Mike Craughan, Pat Smith. Second row: jerry Cagle, Tom Hill, Keith Moore, Don Hall, Scott Forrest, Dean Clark, Steve Ohm, Larry Miles. Third row: Steve Thornbrue, Bruce Webber, ,Kerry Strand, Terry Cole, Bob Bachelder, Tim McVicker, Steve Ross. SPRINGING UP FROM THE STARTING BLOCK Cleft pagej jerry Cagle Qcenterj works hard to place at State for team and school. 117 GIRL'S TRACK Successful Spikers Streak To State Undefeated in league play, the girls track team ended their season by winning the dis- trict meet and qualifying six girls for the state meet. Throughout the season Tigard girl spikers overpowered league opponents and placed high invitational meets. This year seven of the twelve school records for girl's track were broken. New records were set in the 100 and 880 by Gail Tysong Carol Somers established new javelin and shot put recordsg the high jump record went to Janet Z immer man 3 Lori Knebel set a new long jump recordg and the 440 yard relay team of Janice Schroeder, Diane Mc- Cabe, Joyce Nelson and Gail Tyson set another new school record. Thus ended the most successful season for the girl spikers in the four years that the sport has existed at Tigard. SPLIT IMAGE shows pre-competition determination of field Star Wendy White . DISTRICT CHAMPIONS front row fl. - r.J Gail Tyson, Ginny Baltzell, Joyce Nelson, Colette DeWitt, Nancy Burns, Lori Knebel, Jeri Groce, Dyan Nemarnik, Wendy White. Second row: Tracey Sweeney, Sharon Hughes, Carol Summers, Judy Keeney, Colleen Compton, Joan Pearson, Sue Lynch, Janice Schroeder. Back row: Coach Alana Mapes, Diane McCabe, Gail Bieker, Janet Saling, Janet Zimmerman, Barbara Smith, Diane Ranf, Jackie Moore, Coach Bonniejo Dinnwiddie. ll8 STRAIN AND CONCENTRATION registers onthe face of runner TEAM MATES AND FRIENDS offer assistance to injured Dyan Nemarnik Ccenterj, who continues running in spite of uackster Dyan Nemarnik who collapsed during mile run. painful Cramp in left leg. A severe leg cramp eliminated the State hopeful. EXECUTING PERFECT EXCHANGE are members of the State Qualifying girls relay team, Janice Schroeder and Joyce Nelson. STARTING BLOCK PLACEMENT absorbs nervous runner Joyce Nelson before race. VARSITY BASEBALL Slow Season Dubbed "Building Year" A building year was in store for the Tigard's varsity baseball team. With only four seniors and one soph- omore, the balance of the team were jun- iors who will rejoin Tigard's varsity base- ball ranks again next year. Although not having a winning league season, 4-9, the Tigard varsity came through with identical 1-0 wins in the last years last two games. Coach Wayne Peterson believes that next year will show a great improvement over this year's meager win record. Tigard's main problem came in their inability to score. An overall poor batting average kept Tigard to few base runners and when the Green and White were on the basepaths, the lack of hitting hindered scoring. Four Tigers received All-Star TYV spots. On the second team were sopho- more pitcher Ron Noyes and senior Gar- land jasperson in center field. Selected to Honorable Mention positions were catcher Rob Beringer and Tom Mc- Guire, Tigard's first sacker. Receiving the Most Valuable Player a- ward for Tigard was McGuire and fellow junior, Beringer, was selected Most ln- spirational. POLE LEANING, Coach Wayne Peterson keeps an eye on the action of the game. 120 HURLING TI-IE BALL hard and fast, Chuck Riverman lets loose as opponent WITH ORDERS TO BUNT, Gordon I-Iovies batman stands crouched and ready. uses it as a change of Tigard pace. TIGARD VARSITY BATMEN are Q1. - r., frontj Greg Lee, Gary Bidiman, Chuck Riverman, Torn Hatch, Steve Hughes, George Stevens, Fred Paffle, Doug Vaday, Rob Beringer, fSecond row, Dan Nelson, Dave Haldeman, Gary Soule, Gordon Hovies, Don Hunt, Ron Noyes, Pete Hughs, Garland jasperson, Tom McGuire and Dave Douglass. 121 J.V. BASEBALL 9 Game Win Streak Bags TYV Second Compiling a 10-3 league season and a 12-6 overall record, the W diamond crew led by Coach Royce McDaniels, finished second in the T YV standings. After Winning two of their last three pre- season games, the junior Tigers Won one and lost two on the regular league play. Then be- gan thej'V's nine game Win-streak that lasted until the final confrontation of the season. Behind the spirited coaching and deter- mined play, Tigard's IV squad often over- came scoring deficits to claim victory in the late innings. The all-sophomore teamvastly improved their performances from the previous when they Won but three games. Most Valuable selection, Randy Loeks, pitches his Way to a 5-1 league record While batting over .400. Most Inspirational choice, catcher Bill Olson, also hit above the .400 mark. McDaniels believes that many of the jun- ior batsmen will be successful in varsity with the type of hustle and determination they ex- hibited this year. ae , ff:-it liliiw ii atm V a . ,,f. W YWWSYW walk We R as W P 5 13 ,la YI l K E its - lar fl - W -ew-iii B 5 ,i g AVOIDING INCOMING SPIKES of St. Helens opponent, Tigard JV third b a s e m a n , Randy Loeks, snares high throw. The junior Tigers were triumphant in open- ing league game, 6-5, April 1. JV BASEBALL TEAM front row fl-rj: Randy Loeks, Tom Bailey, Grant Werschkull, Chuck Olson, Dick Rue, Rick Irish, Gary Heintz, Mike Mudrow, and Mark Maleta. Second row: Jed Weise, Mac Harvey, Stan Kable, Bob McGuire, Steve Drill, Cliff Talbot, Ron Jack, Bill Olson and Ed Bartlett. RIVAL BATMAN at the plate takes a swing but Tigard catcher Rob Beringer comes up with the ball. TAKING A MIGHTY swing, Bill Olson makes his contact between bat and ball. l-IURDLING TI-IE BALL, LV. ball player Ron jack throws fast to make the play at home. TENNIS Feminine Team Racks 14-0 Record The undefeated season experienced by the girl netters was terminated as they seized the 3rd-in-state title. Their record of 14-O maintained the top-Spot of TYV champs. State slots were gained by district lead- ers, Jan Carey, District champion single s and Cinda Mawhirter and Peggy O'Farrell District second doubles competition. The state action showed slack except for the THS singles perfectionist, jan Carey. Miss Carey achieved the runner-up spot for her singles match. Coach Elva Coombs continued her on- slaught of league opponents as she racked up another undefeated season. TI-IS boy's tennis team sparked for fifth in the district tournament at McMinnville. johnBrosyWon the No. lround, however, suc- cumbed to Forest Grove in the second round. Doubles team of Matt Meyer and Bruce Etling lost their first round, Won two and ended in defeat With the fourth match. Meyer and Et- ' lin were the only teammates to finish with a . 500 p6I'CCI1E3.g6 OVSI' the SSHSOI1. trates on a return in the warm-up rally before a match. Ian achieved the highest placement of any Tigard girl in the history of THS sports. STATE SINGLES RUNNER-UP, Jan Carey soberly concen- TYV LEAGUE CHAMPIONS ffront row 1. - r.Hu1ie Brown, Jan Carey, Kristi Arneson, Debbie Vaughn, Kathy Dunford, Jenelle Gedney, Maggie Dickoff. Second row fl. - r., Liz Eggert, Molly O'Farrell, Lynn Domreis, Linda Muller, Joleen Gedney, Cinda Mawhirter, Peggy O'Farrell, Patsy O'Fan-ell, Coach Elva Coombs. 124 BOY'S TENNIS TEAM back row fl. - r.J Randy Kolb, Mike Cannon, Mike I-lunnicut , Mat Meyer, Mike McCa.rley, Coach Ernie White. Front Row: John Brosy, Tom Matthes, Bill Baker, Steve Barrett and W Bruce Etling, 2 CROUCHING FOR LOW DRIVE, Bill Baker stretches for a placement return. TOP MALE RACKETEER john Brosy retrieves a close-in forehandrally. 125 GOLF Divot Diggers Gain Ground Boasting an improved record of 9-6-2, the THS golf team greatly bettered the winless season of last year. Their record gave them a tie for fifth in the league standings. Coached by Alex Hoffert, the squad is quite optimis- tic for next year as they are losing only two men through graduation. The JV golfers also had a respectable record going 9-4, which shows the depth in Tigards golfing ranks. TIGARD GOLF TEAM fl, - r. front rowj Ken Cox, Kim Slocum, Rick Bordenkircher, A1Ashcroft. Secondrow: Coach Alexl-Ioffert, Randy Fennell, Duane M c D ou gall, Roy Howland. Not Pictured: Fr ank Miller, David Glaubke, Tom Bordenkircher, Steve Von Hagen. SHARP SHOOTER Frank Miller pre- pares for put on the eighth hole. MALE MINDS are involved in group planning session for Honor Societv induction ceremonies. C LIP BOA R D IN HAND, President Conrad Pearson directs Honor Society meeting follow in g notes from the pages of his mind. 127 HONOR SOCIETY 'Eggheads' Hatch Combining the talents of all THS's "eggheads" into one group Was Honor Society. The club's purpose, stated President Conrad Pearson: "to make enough money so that every member could bribe his teachers into givinghim straight A's. " Seriously NHS s u p p o r t e d many Worthwhile projects during the year. Adopting an orphan in Greece added a sense of purpose. For S12 a month, Christos Sartjetakis received medical care, schooling and loving letters from Honor Society members. Replied Sart- jetakis in Greek: "I will try to be a good boy!" Another first for Honor Society in international relations Was the honor- ary induction of Tigard's Ecuadorian exchange student, Rebeca Maldonado. Because of the high GPA required to join Honor Society, just belonging was a privilege. The club sold tickets at all football, basketball and Wrestling games. They also put on a mixer during basketball season and co-sponsored the Christ- mas dance. Advisor was Mrs. Margaret Bergseng. TI-IS SCHOLARS fl. - r., Denise Pierce, Suzanne Swaren and Kathy Egger tend to business at Honor Society meeting. TRI-HI-Y 'Fun' Group Provides Service Projects The purpose of Tri-I-Ii-Ywas "to have fun doing our service projects, " s tate d Kathy Benz, president. Gail Bieker, vice-presidentg Patty Smith, treasurer, and Judy Helms, historian, echoed this idea. Tri-I-Ii-Y affiliated with the Young Men's Christian Association, provided a c c e s s to "Y" facilities and activities. The club's first community service proj- ect culminated on Thanksgiving. A needy Ti- gard family was given a full dinner. During Christmas, gifts were given to two Tigard families. The girls also collected 380 by selling candy for the YMCA World Service pr ogram. Proceeds Went to impoverished overseas "Y's. " New members for the club were chosen in the spring. Juniors and sophomores had to collect "service points"by doing odd jobs for teachers. A committee of the old and incom- ing officers decided membership. Three THS Tri-l-Ii-Y me mb e r s we r e elected to important positions for the YMCA sponsored Youth and Government. This pro- gram is held every year in Salem to acquaint students W i th Oregon's state government. Helen Bishop was elected secretary of stateg Barbara Evelsizer, committee chair mang joleen Gedney, senator. PREPARING FESTIVE FOODS for a Tri-I-Ii-Y joint, Julie Stretch, Cindy Knebel and Tracey Sweeney start mixing the tempting dishes. ri .ai as it ii: if wifi Wilirfififff . it iiwii 'viii' SEARCHING FOR SOLUTIONS to political problems in state session for Youth and Government are representatives, Qfrom leftj, joleen Gedney, Adviser Mrs. Marcia Pickens, Barbara Evelsizer and Kathy Benz. PONDERING PROBLEM, Kathy Benz, president of Tri-Hi-Y, pauses to think over an answer. CHECKING THE MERCHANDISE for possible buys are Roger Arndt and a companion. Tri-Hi-Y held its first record sale for prospective student buyers. 129 INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS Influential IRL Club Loses 5-Year Adviser IRL was Tigard's biggest and busiest club. Although called the International Relations League, the club was equally concerned with school and community. John Ulwelling was the club's advisor. He kept things moving fast through his IRL classes, first and second period. After five years at TI-IS, the dynamic young instructor was social studies depart- ment head. IRL Club his "baby, " Three years ago it was named the top in the state. Ulwelling had achieved his goals at Ti- gard. I-Ie resigned to either teach at the col- lege level or to enter the business world. Supporting Tigard's AFS program was the club's main purpose. They contribute S650 yearly. IRL also helps find homes for the foreign students. Many unusual activities paid the club's preceding year's debts and put them 35900 ahead. A trip to the Riverview Abbey Cemetery and Crematorium started things off. Next, the group made and sold Christmas Wreaths and candles. They put on a talent show. Mak- ing the most money was a concert held by the New Oregon Singers in April. Other non-profit activities provided fun and learning. IRL brought senate candidates Robert Packwood and Wayne Morse to speak to the student body. Also, they took a field trip to Mt. I-Iood during Christmas to gather boughs for wreaths. Club officers were: George Hoselton, pre sidentg Linda Muller, vice-presidentg Colleen Sweeney, treasurer and Lynn Tor- land, secretary. Jordis Hoyt was in charge of the scrapbook. RESOLUTIONS ON REVOLUTION in the Mid East are pre- sented to the annual statewide IRL c o n V e nt io n at the University of Oregon byTigard High IRLpresident, George Hoselton. SURROUNDED BY BOUGHS, Linda Muller prepares wreaths for Christmas sale. 2 r if 3' 5 Aw J , A 5-55? wagiwwn, . .,., 'WWT- we ww sm ff MM: M , is w 5? ilk 51 'ei im., bf 554, IRL Ccont.J PRIOR TO PRESENTATION of Oregon Singers record album to AFS Student Rebeca Maldonado, banter is exchanged with director Bruce Kelly and son. POINTING OUT I-IIS RELIGIOUS CONCEPTS Robert Anderson, a Iehovahs Witness, enlivens IRL classes. REVOLUTIONARY TOM VICKERS, Portland NAACP he ad, verbally hands out African culture. T32 COMMERCIAL CLUB Jobs Goal Of Business Group Preparing students ,for future job security was the purpose of Commercial Club. An offshoot of THS's business department, the club Was advised by Mrs. Margaret Berseng. Pres- ident Vicki Gunderson, and vice president, jan Chavez, were busi- ness students. Mrs. Berseng prepared mem- bers for the federal and state civil service exams in April. The ma- terial in FBI placement exams was also studied. Actual job placement Was one of the important club ac- tivities. SERIOUSLY CONCENTRATING, job appli- cant Ann Stites fill out interview form. IN NEED OF ASSISTANCE, April B e n n e t t a sks adviser, Mrs. Margar et Berseng to clarify a statement. K 4 A' 4 1 . A 'Alf' Q 2 fx vfvg s' '59 I ,Ak .'Ax I rimiff 134 ,wa-if V 1 PEOPLE d-re Q25 2525525 V V 1ef mf,g5 f 1 .mm H Em Sai K ,. , 5 S ADMINISTRATION Its What's Up Front That Counts Life was never dull or easy for THS's administrators. Being the mind, heart, and pocketbook for over 1,000 people was a Wearying responsibility. The duties of principal, Darwin Shinn, carried him all over the school. He spent hours Walking through the building. Vice-principal, Bill Bieker, kept in con- tact With the students through his varied re- sponsibilities. He Was in charge of discipline and managed the school's money. He Was also activities manager. Because of a lack of time to handle all these jobs, Modern Problems teacher, Bill Hill Was named activities manager for the following year. The jobs of principal and vice-principal frequently overlapped. Resulting problems were aired through an open system of com- munication. UNDERSTANDING a 17-year -old is the job being tackled by Vice Principal Bill Bieker. .1 xml. BRIDGING THE COMMUNICATIONS GAP, Principal Darwin Shinn goes to students for answers to school problems. tl fi! I 5 Z X i DECIDING ON PLANS for Tigard's proposed pool, Superintendent Delbert Fennell and Assistant Superintendent Al Pietla seem to wonder how soon anyone W ill be able to go swimming, I-IASI-IING OVER POLICY requires time, conceniration and dedication for these school board members. From left to right, Gerald Avery, Warren Forsyth, and Robert Gilmore , w I 137 SCHOOL BOARD Merger Nets Broad Educational Base To build broader educa- tional services, five school d i s tr ic t s, Elementary and High, Metzger, Durham, and Tualatin, m e r g e d into one unified district. Previously, there w e r e four elementary d i s t r ic t s whose students attended the two junior highs and THS. Each of these districts was under the jurisdiction of sep- arate boards of directors. The new, unified-district put everything under the di- rection of one school board. This gave the elected board a heavier work load but pro- vided community advantages . Continuity in curriculum will be provided. Extended s p e c i al educationfacilities can now become more prac- tical. LISTENING to fellow school board members is, Vice -Chairman, Larwence johnson. SECRETARIES AND COUNSELORS People-Workers Provide Listening Post Keeping a cool head was one of the first requirements for being either a secretary or a counselor at THS. They are battered daily by hundreds of phone calls and requests for aid by Tigard students and parents. The satisfactions from 'lending a hand' are great. The secre- tarial staff was always there to lend a dime or a Willing ear to a complaint. The counseling team stood ready to do the best they could in helping surmount personal problems. Drudgery Was also part of the life of these dedicated people. For the secretaries, typing andfiling took up much of the day. The counselors had to take time off from their important people-Work to attend to the scheduling of over 1,000 students. "SEEMS TO ME I'VE HEARD that song before," fabove rightj is the reaction o attendance secretary, Lois Larter, as Jerry Lynch launches his explanation COLLEGE AND WORK BOUND students enlist help and GIRLS COUNSELOR Mrs Grace Galvin 1S available advice of counselor Lyle Hathaway. for college counseling as well as personal chats 138 SECRETARY Luann Lamper is kept busy by demanding duties. READY TO HELP is the new boys counselor, Gary Wright. FRONT OFFICE SECRETARY Flora Knox flashes a pho tographic grin. 139 COOKS AND CUSTODIANS Staff Supports Students "The only time you notice a good janitor is when he isn't there," commented head custodian, james F. Bishop. TI-IS never had any reason to complain. With the building and campus clean and work- ing smoothly, the janitorial staff stayed be- hind the scene. Waxing miles of halls, washing hundreds of Windows, and mowing acres of lawn were just a few of the duties that keep the team busy. It wasn't the 'interesting' Work, how- ever, that kept Tigard's custodians at THS. They were interested in people. Being insulted every day was part of the job for Tigard's cafeteria staff. They accepted it all in fun, however, and shared in the laughter. "Working with and for students is very rewarding," said Kathryn Ankersmit, head of the kitchen staff. With state-supplied food, they fed an av- erage of 600 students with a hot, nutritional lunch daily. MAMOTI-I COOKING POT is handled by head cook, Kathryn Ankersmit. 'QE 33 CUSTODIAN JACK O'BR1EN is personally charged with keeping the class rooms at the right temperature. COMPLETELY IN CONTROL, head custodian jim Bishop keeps the school in working order. I , WITH FRIENDLY SMILE Charlise Wenzinger performs one of duties as school matron. FACULTY Teacher's Job Has Many Facets The course of a person's life maybe moulded by his teachers. A teacher that can make the wonder of knowledge come alive to a student gives a priceless gift. This is the job of Tigard's faculty, mak- ing facts alive and relevant. . .one of the hardest, yet most rewarding jobs today. Tigard's faculty has grown with the stu- dent body. Sixteen instructors have boosted the total teaching staff to 5l, a 20-l student ratio. Although their job officially lasts from 7:45 to 3:45, there are numerous other com- mitments for Tigard's faculty. They prepare lesson plans, correct pa- pers and make up tests. The majority serve as advisors. There are many faculty, parent and departmental meetings. Professional con- ferences are scheduled throughout the year. A survey during the school year showed that the majority of THS teachers are also enrolled as students. They are working for higher degrees, for self-improvement, or for more " ' ' ' " SHEILA DOUGHERTY French TOM ACCETTURA Modern Problems, U. S. History ROBERT DAY Electricity, Electronics, Drafting MARGARET BERGSENG YVONNE DALLMAN Typing, Bus. Mach., Shorthand Shorthand, Typing LAWRENCE DAW Drama, English 11 ELVA COOMBS Girls' P. E. FACULTY Qcontj IUDITH HOOTS TOM HOOTS English 11, 1V Art 1 CHARLOTTE FEENEY English 11 GARY GENTEMANN Geometry, Algebra DON HED GEPETH Algebra ALEX HOFFERT Biology JERRY GROSSEN A.G. Math, Bus. Law fm... BILL HILL Modern Problems, U. S. History ' Q EHXQLLPRIS' -, f DOROTHY JOHNSON Biology JERRY JORDAN Metal Shop GEORGE KOCH Chorus FACULTY Qcont.J KENNETH LESTER U. S. History LLOYD JOHNSON A P Enghsh, Eng11shIV NANCY LEWIS Speech, Debate, English III ALLEN MAT ILLA Drafting Z 5 1 f ' -M is my , A f' , A , LARRY KQTT ALANA MAPES English II, Annual, journalism I, Newspaper Girls' P- E-a Aft f CHARMAINE LINDSAY English III LEONARD MIYSSO Modern Problems, U. S. History ROYCE MCDANIELS Boys' P. E. WAYNE MONROE U. S. History FACULTY fcontj PAT LYTLE Diversified Occupations smugR wae51r sung WILLIAM MCNISH Calligraphy KAREN MOREY Latin, General PAUL MOSES Math, Algebra English III, IV KATHERINE LUTES Special Education RON PARRISI-I Bookke ep ing 149 FACULTY fcont.J QI Q E I E 2 2 PAUL PECK RICHARD POWELL Geometry, Math VI, VII Band CAROL SUTTON DON ROBERTSON Crafts, Home Ec. 150 Woodworking I, II C arpentry 'K v MARCIA PICKENS Homemaking JAMES SANNER Physics ALAN ROLFE Chemistry, Senior Science FACULTY Qcont.J ERNEST WHITE English 111, IV i f , -f :QEfEf5,,f 1 vffwwgqz V. .... -v-- , -M 34 A " 'sw g W1 FLORENCE THROCKMORTOIN World History, Typing 152 TEX WHITEMAN Biology iif, ,,,....S ,,. , , in BEVER LY TU MU LTY Spanish, French VERNA VOGELTANZ Typing , Shorthand JOHN ULWELLING IRL, U.S. History MARGARET WINFREE Typing, Record Keeping BOY8iGIRL OF MONTH Top Tigers Shape School Tigard High's "Boys and Girls of the Month, " were individuals not overly con- cerned about the need for creating an "in- dividualistic" image. Active and interested, theywerebuild- ers! These recognized leaders excelled in a potpuorri of areas: academics, activities, athletics. They made outstanding contribu- tions to politics, s p e e ch , journalism, spirit and science. The osmosis of their individual person- alities progressively s h a p e d the unique personality of the 1968-1969 THS school year. Highest honors for service to the school were accorded Conrad Pearson and Gail Matthias, who were voted "Boy and Girl of the Year" by a faculty committee. President of National Honor Society, head of the bookstore committee, business manager of the literary magazine, vice- president of Thespians, Conrad played an- other role: Prince Charming in "Cinder- ella." He also served on the student lounge committee andwas chairman of lCC's Poor Peoples Committee. He attended Be aver Boy's State last summer. Conrad was president of his Explorer Post and was "skip" of a curling team. This fall he plans to attend Portland State Col- lege. The summer b e f o r e , Gail Matthias scoured student newspapers throughout the state to discover new activities for Tigard- ites . These she implimented during h e r senior year as the p o W e r f ul activities manager. Homecoming, Christmas Week, March of Dimes and May Week were the biggest in Tigard's history. Attendance at the jun- ior-Senior Prom doubled over the prior year. Class Valedictorian, 13.89 GPAJ, Gail was active in IRL, FTA, FHA and Tri-Hi-Y. For two years, she ran a student public in- formation bureau feeding dozens of THS news and features weekly to the Tigard Times. Recipient of the S500 metropolitan schol- arship from the Portland Panhellenic Mothers Club, Gail will attend Oregon State University majoring in math. 1 ffUQN..,,y .. iliffm M :A , L,,, mf n 1 1fsfwxsf9 fS3sv'ag xmmfgmmmwn .. www!- www bmw fi, Liasfmvewaxxwffase :X GIRL AND BOY OF THE YEAR, Gail Matthias and Conrad Pearson, are flanked by ffrom Leftj: Eric Knudsen, Tom Lloyd, Steve Thornbrue, Denise Pierce, Peggy O'Farre11, Bruce Webber, Anita Flores, Don Si1vey,Gai1Bieker, Peggy Marostica, john Brosy, Cinda Mawhirter, Chuck Manke, Linda Dean and Doug Vaday. 155 SENIORS Upper Classmen Launch Successful Prom Some 280 Senior Tigers combined tal- ents and enthusiasm to provide the main- stream of '68-'69 spirit. Outstanding individuals immerged spe- cialists in numerous fieldsg Doug Vaydy, Don I-Iunt, Steve Thornbrue were highly recognized athletic championsg Linda Kam- stra took second place in National Typing competition, class president, Eric Knud- sen, gained recognition as one of the states top speech students and competed with de- bate partner Randy Fennell in Washington D. C. But the class of '69Was not only a class of individuals. Teamsmanship was evident through competitive drive during inner- class activities. The prom Was a major success due completely to organization of this class. 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S iv 3 Ron Lyon Rose Loper Russell Mahrt Rebeca Maldonado Joyce Malsbury Charles Manlce Peggy Marostica Linda Martin 2 E CAUGHT MAKING ILLEGAL locker stop during class time Lorrie Vorhees threatens photographers. TOASTING TO A SUCCESSFUL modern Problems study, Peggy O'Farre11, Gwen Miller and PSC student Cal Moodytake a coffee break while camera crew of George I-Ioselton and Charles Manke attend video tape. ' Gail Matthias Cinda Mawhirter Jill McAna11y Diane McCabe Cathy McDevitt Steve McDonald Ben McQuaid Marshall Meyer Vicki Meyers Frank Miller I l Gwen Miller joel Miller Galen Mixes Shelley Mudrow Linda Muder Linda Muller W1-iifliilf,f,,g,Qfg,gu1Qf E is 2,3215 WVW2'iei'.1::if1f?'A'ViWW3'T5'fE??E5?5ZiSi vl,m+.-figs: :,t'2-2232: air' gsszizssw: ,, Sl,l, ll.. . ,, , ,.., ,l,.. ,h1l, 5 . 1 , .ln. Q L-11-risffffi w-qiisiliwmm -fan' 1- we 24 'Fif' 1 A T15 fig? i3i55 : 'f:EL:::' nfifhii, n. .s-2 fl f .:, ayfi lj-'if5.S , ' , y,-2 5,14 ' -:Al "vw , -If-'LI : , . 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Myra Ranf Bob Prock Robert Prouty Linda Pscholka Eileen Randall Chris Root Barbara Reeves Cheryl Reiter Mary Roberts Kevin Roemhildt Paul Rogers J-wi. -::'.l'5 '-:Q Mmm '5 "7"32 A i ' V 5iT'?::i::.. -:Hal i."--- fl . M y Kasey efaameses M WW , , --: -5...,3i1'Lfsrhf,-1,fz:.,,iZ,y:S-z.:a:a:4s1vlqb!:'I-:sfgiqeigis we - M H . , sp fa. .. . g.,Wa an .Mfg gfsiggggyfgggqgeggy, -A - f .5 '1- gig . ,,.... . ..,., . , , . A:,. ,M -,f.. . af 'jf QS? 2:w.',:w:u.v 2:. ,: -s?.'.:e:, . , - f' .W , gy 'iifsiifl Q55 . "ff-':ff"":-' Ei, . , 155 .:zL'f?x???52T5 ,I 'fpijgtfLf'-f',1'11Yfgf.f,jQX A my . , K ,iw ra Q Brad Sa lor Alan Schmit F me X rm f L X if ..sli + George Roshak Tom Ross Linda Rudnick 1 67 Cathy Saling y Doug Seeber Linda Seely Roxanna Segee Elaine Sellers 1 Delayne Shilton Yvonne Shutts Don Silvey Patty Smith Jim Snyder Mike Soares DAYDREAM MINGLED ATTENTION is reflected in the expressions of Modern Problems students. CAREFULLY FITTING THE BOARD INTO PLACE Pat Erdman works on his shop project. 168 sq X 'W Hg : 1 K 1 S if f ef' EFL 54 J. ,fam 5 gg W , Q Snug w X f gg s it ,iifl I ll' 5. K My B an Q f' L I Wm w M ,gy its igfgfligi v ., ' A ' 1:fxK1H'f,ff2ffw, 'LN , 'fig ,, 8355.3 :E , ,, L , Qf,z'.Q2,1,eg W,-air' -si ,We Wt, W.MW,:,t,,, L , ri ,,.,.L, Z: ,,,,: W-L,.,,.,,,,, ,S fs f,-- 2 ,,kLA:' 6 f ,,,:: ,, .g,.,. -Z .:f. W- -MWs,-.rw,,faww,.nL,w wwe, .ufflf lk:-Wfifl-A 'K r 9, AWN N: . WX "ff-Ziqf.i'3':ff:ff34'j'5,52f.1 fi1Q1E:3,l'I M-lu? if - A '1""?r2l' W7fs-Ek.-nfgf?s+e:3g4,i,:w,.Lg-f2:f,gst '-ies-1225s-S ' gms-.ws -1 ,M , , mga? 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STRIKING A HANDSOME POSE is this happy Sadie Hawkins couple Liz Eggert and Fred Trueax. 3 S 5 4, Q S 2 S -mg .S -1 as 1.-11:1fwr' f- ff.-1111. 1.9 .,,L.,1g 1 -1 Q 51 Q, I 4,1 71' ' qggg1.,L. ,. .1 .1 .1 1- 1 .111 . - wlefg 1 I iggzaffsa W , . " fi- . .. 'e'1. 8 V1 fwfiifl 11 " 114.?7 '15' 'Az 1 11. .WJ 1' -1 ,ff . ...a,11ff1 55115111111 N 111 --. 1 1, S 'f 1. A 1' .K' if 1915 : TM ' . ' 1 11 K- 5 gs A - in 1 9 fl 4-fi' Maruca Swain 4' my " -' N Patty ' Swanson 21' A Sdfrwgfgrg k . .11 -5. .1 Jmes' , 1.1.11 1 . 1 ' K X. 1251.1 1:11 ...Q 1... .:,v .. 1. 2.3 v,,,, W1, 1.1, leaf' 11 25:-K ' 2 'X .1 ' 1 1 A .. 11152 : .1.:'1- 5,1.is A rm,,..w, X b Q , 0 2 gf E si if X J at 1 1 Mg X rigafssea Q q 'i Q., T ,. r P Anita True 2 . .,-,. V1 M1157 . .. ' in-QK 55111 i'--12521511313 li - .- ' i 1 f K1i1f:?3?-mesffw . 1 ' 'fff 11-1z,1f1iN'5K'7 5 K H 1 '11 J 1:21.11 " - -1 we ' 'Vwf5g3iI?fszi ' 3 as 86 Q 4 MQ if in ,xg 515115 1 5 1. .gg 1 1, 5? 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Newly formed by Mrs. Katherine Lutes, the program aided students to compete in the everyday, but often complex, society. After finishing, students were able to enter a trade school or junior college. The textbooks which they studied from were made attractive for limited ability stu- dents. Standard basic arithmetic and English textbooks were used. The pressures of getting Work in at a deadline were removed because assignments were given by the month. Also, functional abilities were stressed rather than academic achievement, and students were encouraged to find hobbies which they could enjoy. The pioneer effort handled 15 students giving each an opportunity for individual un- PRACTICAL TRAINING for work bound students is in- derstanding. cludecl in Special Education program. CARD SI-IARPS ibelowj gain mathematical and logical training while spending a fun hour with special student assistant Barbara Masters ffar leftj. W, ,s'Iimma awmw , , ,g,f,f,,- . . gs.wsa.f,fiaww1uimamsm isau snsaiisasis X I FIRST -HAND ACCOUNT of duties at her new job are given by Sue Cooper, a D.O. participant. BUSINESS DISCUSSIONS in the D.O. classroom help the students Work out on-the -job problems. A FEW TIPS FROM THE BOSS are received by Doug Seeber. Employer Robert A. Gray-also helped four other Tigard boys go into house-building business for themselves. DIVERSIFIED OCCUPATIONS Job Corps Implimented The newly-instituted D.O. program has several important aims . Students learn to accept responsibility, to find and keep em- ployment, to confirm to business standards and to decide on future occupations. Psychology and business math are fea- tured, as Well as administration, methods in applying for jobs and personal grooming. Of the present 29 participants, three are self-employed and do contract Work. The other 26 are placed in downtown businesses Where they receive on-the-job training. The program offers high school gradua- tion credits. One credit Will be given for the academic Work in class and one credit for on- the -job training. This Work experience program is open to all seniors. . .including college-bound stu- dents. .ag fj-. if Y bf .f,. .V '1- 'ik Q if t if bv wwf Yuma-txl'x1.1:3m ll' 'fmkv 'IM 22ie!f?s1,g+fi1f.1131,, H H, gain, 5 -, 7xW3"i2Q4Qf:?, 12s15f'g?i5?1,- '42 ' v. , ' F- - i . , s ADVERTISING ADVERTISING "Thanks For The Memories" A special thanks to the sponsors of the GUARDIAN for their dedicated support and cooperation. As a result of their help, We Will always be able to remem- ber the enjoyable high school years. Friends We Will see for the last time in high school will not be forgotten. Because of local merchants, it is possible to present a more complete GUARDIAN. THE CROWN COMPANY, 1930 N.W. Irving Street, . . lies Tigard High School With class rings as dis- TIGARD MEN'S SHOP 'ngard Plaza CRITICS an un- Supp . ' - limited supply of menls wear. Manager Burl Sanders and plagedtljy Sophomore Blujcolsqn' They glsoaflgnljh and Ron Holcombe display an assortment of shirts and ties. gm ua lon announcemen S' pms' awar S' n C PS gowns. WESTERN OREGON MARINE, 12580 S.W. Main, "The Country Boat Store," has a. complete line of brand name boats, motors, trailers and accesso- ries--Growing with Tigard and Oregon. SWEETBRIER INN MOTOR HOTEL, 7125 SW Nyberg Road, has lavish rooms and dining fa- cilities in a country setting. The hotel offers commercial and family rates, banquet rooms and easy access to the Salem freeway. KNAUSS CI-IEIVROLET COMPANY, 11880 S.W. Pacific High wa has a large stock of new Chevrolet cars, trucks and OK Y used, cars. The Camaro driver is Tigard junior, Nancy Knauss ARROW HEATING, 11570 S.W. Barbur Boulevard, installs a complete line of heating and air condi- tioning systems. Looking up from pile of work is part-time secretary, Mary Chamberlain. 'wr - . ,ima 2 K 4 AIR-KING CORPORATION, 8905 S.W. Burnham, specializes in con struction of machine assembled roof trusses up to 90 feet in length The firm has been established in Tigard since 1944. WASHINGTON FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIA- TION, 12260 S. W, Main, has recently opened their new building in the city business district. TIGARD LUMBER, 12852 S. W. Pacific Highway, stocks lumber, building supplies, and appliances. Dean Clark, employee, is shown ready to deliver orders. HONDA OF BEAVERTON, 2 N. W. Broadway, has and repairs all makes of Hondas from the Mini-Bike to the 750. The firm also retails the popular Ski-Doo. 196 LUMINITE SIGN COMPANY, 9350 S. W. Tigard Avenue, specializes inhandpainted andneon signs. Arlie Mawhirter, owner, is showing an example of high quality signs. TEXAS STAR RESTAURANT, 12725 S.W. Pacific Highway, offers fast and courteous service. THS students currently employed are DebbiFrey, Mark Ingraham, and Betsy Fagan. L CANYON FURNITURE, 9285 S. W. Greenburg Road, has varied interior decorations and appoint- ments for the home. Kathy Benz is pictured on a divan. RASMUSSEN'S AUTO SERVICE, 11540 S. W. Pacific High- way, provides fast and friendly service including motor tune- up and alignment. NICOLI CONSTRUCTION COMPANY, 9830 S. W. McKenzie Street, builds commercial homes and deals in remodeling. Pictured right isa recently completed structure in the Tigard business district . 197 CABANA STYLE SHOP, located in the Tigard Shopping Plaza, displays the finest in women's retail. Modeling a dress is Donna I-Iartig, left, and a skirt and vest ensemble is shown by Colleen Sweeney. DYE FINANCE COMPANY, located at 12035 S.W.Pacific Highway, grants loans from S50 up to S1500 for any reason- able cause . COE MANUFACTURING COMPANY, 7930 S, W. I-Iunzil-:er Street, designs and manufactures machinery and related, equipment required for the fabrication of plywood. 198 FIRST STATE BANK is currently in its first year of business in the Tigard area . The newly-opened facility can be found at 11 579 S. W, Pacific Highway. CO ERCE WILLOCK S STRAND REALTORS, 12705 S. W. Pacific Highway, are e xp e r i e n c e d in transactions concerning homes, industrial and acreage . THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK, 11760 S. W. Hoffarber Avenue, provides full-service banking. The Tigard branch fea- tures drive-in teller station, safe-deposit vaults and conference rooms. 199 Esgmvvmggsgzgjmw 5 3 EI 13,555 ziggizg Q? 3 s f 5 2 ,i .2 e 5 , 515557 31, Elf is Qsfgi E 152553 X E55 5 WW ,L ,N s if , X 1 K 1 22 , 531 ,. E ' S E 9 2 3 'Vis 55 32 if 3 is 3 a SME ?5??m7f??5?iW3 .2 1 4: ? .xi 5 K E-, E s E MM 5 ,ii E 2 Q? 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W Pacific Highway, deals with re al estate, land development and insurance construction. :asf f YOUNG'S FUNERAL HOME is located at 11831 S. W. Pacific Highway. 202 FLOWERSUBY DONNA, found at 11852 S.W. Pacific High- way, specializes in wedding and funeral arrangements, gifts and flowers for all occasions. emi? Sze we TIGARD TIMES clippings are displayed in school showcase by Gail Matthias who has been high school correspondent for the community weekly for two years. PEERI-ESS, 12205 5. W. Boones Ferry Rd., manufactures truck trailers and related equipment. Uniquely high quality knives, as Well as Walnut chests and carving b o a r d s , are made by G E RB E R LEGENDARY BLADES, l4200 S.W. 72nd Avenue, and sold in select stores throughout the U.S. r CASA DE VILLA specializes in tint- ing, c ut t i ng, styling, frosting and bleaching. The Spanish decor salon is lo c a t e cl in the Tigard Fred Meyer shopping center. BRUNO STUDIOS, 810 S.W. 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SPGNSORS 5 se 2 E 1? sw 32 ' 3 53 J 7 Eg L ii 5 SENIOR CREDIT ABELING, STEVE: IRL, Speech Club ADAM ,I MARY: Commercial Club, IRL ADKINS, KEITH: Boys League AFF, DIANNE: Girls League AITKEN, JULIE: HKL, FHA, Art Club AKERSON, LEIF: DECA, Boys League ALLISON, DAN: Boys League ANDERSON, LYNNE: Girls League ANDERSON, ALLAN: Boys League ANDERSON, GARY: Boys League, Commercial ARNOAID, MARY ANN: Speech Club, Red Cross BABIN. IEONARD: Boys League BAGGENSTOS, MARGARET: Girls League, FHA BAIIEY, CONNIE: Office practice, girls league BARTH DICK: Lettermans Club Football Wrestlin g BAKER ,' BILL: Icc, IRL, ski Club Pres., Honor society, Tennis BASILE, RALPH: Lettermans Club, Football BAUGHMAN, BARBARA: Commercial Club BAUGHMAN, PATTY: DECA, Girls League BEAUCHAMP, NEIL: Basketball, Chess Club BECK, MARY SUE: IRL, Ski Club BENNETT, APRIL: Pep Band BENZ, KATHY: ICC, IRL, Rally, Tri-Hi-Y Pres., Girls League Sec., Yearbook, Ski BIEDERMAN, SHARI: Girls, League BIEKER. GAIL: Highland Lassie Pres., ICC, Tri-Hi-Y V.P., Yearbook, FTA, ICC, Red Cross, Girls league Treas. , Girl of the Month, DAR Award, Commercial Club, Track BISHOP, HELEN: FHA Pres., ICC, Tri-Hi-Y BITZ, ROSE: Girls League BORDERS, VICKI: Girls League BORN, TOM: Lettermans Club, Football BOTTEN, BOB: Boys League BOWSI-IER, LEOTA: Commercial Club, Rep Club BOYER, SHELLY: DECA Pres. , Girls League, ICC BROSSEAU , RENE: Boys League BROSEY, JOHN: Speech Club, Pres., ICC, Boy of the Month, IRL BROYLES , NANCY: DECA BUNKER, SANDI:.DECA, Girls League BURNS , ALLAN: Boys League BUTTERFIEID , MARK: Latin Club Pres., ICC CAGLE, JERRY: Track, Lettermans Club CAMPBELL, RANDY: Boys League CANNON, MIKE: Honor Society, IRL CARPENTER, MARK: Year Book, IRL CARRIER, CATHY: Girls League CARSON, PAUIA: Art Club, IRL CHAMBERLAIN,'MARY: Tigerettes, Red Cross CHAVEZ, JAN: Rally, AFS student to Costa Rica, IRL, Tri-Hi-Y, Commercial Club.V.P. , Girl of the Month, Honor Society, Spanish, Prom Court CIMING, SARAH: IRL, FTA, Red Cross CLARK, DAVE: Wrestling COMPTON, PAT: Thespians CONKLIN, NANCY: Commercial Club COOK, IEONARD: Boys League COOPER, SUE: DECA V.P. COOVER, ALAN: Football COTE, MARY: DECA COWAN, GREG: Speech Club COX, CLIFF: IRL, Commercial Club DAL'l1gHORP, CARMEN: Tigeretts, V.P., Commercial Clu DAQUILANTE , DAVE: Boys League DAVID, MIRIAM: Commercial Club DEAN, LINDA: Yearbook Editor, Highland Lassies, Girl X, of the Month, FHA, ICC Honor Society DICKOFF, DIANE: Red Cross, Honor Society DOLL, GERRY: Pep Band DYE, MARY ANN: Art Club EADES , BOB: Boys League EARP, LARRY: Boys League EGGER, KATHY: Honor Society, Tigerettes, Tri-Hi-Y, IRL ELMER, BECKY: FHA Vice President ERDMAN , PAT: Boys League EMS , CATHY: Spanish Club V. P. , IRL ETLING, STEVE: Lettermans Club, Football, Activities Committee EVELSIZER, BARBARA: IRL, FTA Sec., Red Cross, Yearbook, Pep Club, Tri-Hi-Y EVANS, HOLLY: Girls League FAGAN, BETSY: IRL, Commercial Club FARANCE, CINDI: IRL, Highland Lassies, Prom Court FEWLESS, BILL: Pep Band, Wrestling FINLEY, JAN: IRL, Honor Society FINLEY, TERRY: Wrestling FLACK, CHARLOETTE: Commercial Club FLIEGER, HAROLD: DECA FLORES, ANITA: Rally Queen, Tri-I-Ii-Y, ICC, Red Cross V.P., Honor Society, Commercial 'Club, Girl of the Month, May Queen FOLLETT, GAIL: Girls League FORREST, SCOTT: Lettermans Club, Track FRAZEE, JOHN: Boys League FRITZLER, LAVISA: Girls League Song Leader FROSTY, BILL: Boys League, Wrestling FULLERTON, MARK: Art Club, lettermans FULIMER, TED: IRL, Hi Spots FULTON, CAROL: DECA Treas. GAGLIASSO , NANETTE: Art Club GALIVN, MARIE: Girls league GARRETT, FAE: Girls League GECK, LARRY: Boys League GEDNEY, JOLENE: IRL, Highland, Lassies, Commercial Club, Pep Club, Tri-Hi-Y, Tennis GILI-IAM, BRYAN: IRL, Hi Spots, Speech GOIDBECK, TERRY: Boys league GRAWE , CARY: Art Club GROCE, JERI: Homecomming Queen, Tigerettes, Sr. Class Rep., IRL, ICC, Yearbook, Track Ski Club, Swimming GROVE, CAROL: Girls League GUNDERSON, VICKI: FTA, Red Cross, Commercial Club Pres. GUTI-IRIE, SUSAN: DECA, IRL, Speech HALDEMAN, DAVE: Baseball HALL, DON: Track, Honor Society HAMMES , DAVE: Boys League HANNA, LAURA: Commercial Club HANSON , JENNIFER: ICC, Spanish Club Pres. , Highland Lassies, Thespians, Honor Society, Actress of the Year, Cinderella HANKTE, JIM: Football HARRISON, STEPHEN: Chess Club Sgt. at Arms, IRL HARTIG, DONNA: IRL, Prom Queen, Tri-Hi-Y Sec., Tigerettes, Honor Society Hist. , Sadie Hawkins Court, Commercial Club, Act. Comm. HAUSIKE, STEVE: Football HEIMICK, GEORGE: IRL, Football, Lettermans HEIMS, JUDY: Tri-Hi-Y Hist., Art Club HERBST, JIM: IRL, Lettermans, Boys League Pres., Honor Society V.P. , Boy of the Month, ICC, Cross Country HERNSTEDT , PAM: Girls League I-IEXT, PHIL: Thespians, Art Club, Yearbook HILL, JOE: Chess Club, Musical HIPSHER, JOYCE: Commercial Club, Red Cross HODGES, JANE-: Spanish, Hi Spots, FTA Treas. HOLGATE, DICK: Football HOSELTON, GEORGE: IRL. Pres., Chess, Ski Club, Honor Society HOVICK, JAMEY: DECA HOWLAND, ROY: Pep Band, Golf, Lettermans Club HOYT, JORDIS: Art Club Pres., ICC, IRL, Highland Lassies, Sadie Hawkins COllI't HUGHES, SANDIE: Commercial Club HULETT, ANN: IRL, DECA HUNT, DON: Baseball, Band I-IUWA, JUDY: IRL, Commercial Club INGRAI-LAM , MARK: Art IRISH, STEVE: Honor Society, Speech, IRL JAQUESS, JANE: Speech, IRL, Commercial Club JASPERSON, GARLAND: Lettermans Club, Baseball JOHNSTON, NANCY: Office Practice JONES, CHRIS: DECA JUNKIN, LOIT: Boys League KAMSTRA, LINDA: Commercial Club, IRL, Spanish, Honor Society, National Typing Contest Second Place KARR, JON: Basketball KARTAK, MIKE: Art KEENEY, MILE.: Wrestling KELLY, MICKEY: Tigerettes, Commercial Club, Tri-Hi-Y KELLEY, SUE: Commercial Club, Red Cross KINNAN, LLOYD: Wrestling KNUDSEN, ERIC: Senior Class President, Speech Club Vice President, Boy of the Month, IRL KUHN, JOHN: DECA KUNS, DOUG: Yearbook Editor, Honor Society, IRL KURATH, GREG: Boys League LAMKIN, MARGARET: IRL LEHMAN , CLIFF: Red Cross, FTA President Boy of the Month LEISER, TERRY: Honor Society, Tri-Hi-Y, IRL LEMON, JANA: Red Cross, Commercial Club LINDSAY, GREG: Thespians LINKHART , FRED: Boys League LIVESAY, Sl-IERI: Commercial Club LLOYD, TOM: Lettermans, Student Body President, Boy of the Month IOGSDON, SANDI: Commercial Club IOPER , ROSE: Honor Society LYNCH, JERRY: Yearbook, Hi Spots LYON, RON: Boys League LYON, SANDI: Commercial Club MCDEVITT, CATHY: Girls League MCANALLY, JILL: Girls League MCCABE, DIANE: Track, Red Cross Sec. , FTA Historian, Commercial Club MCCAIN, BOB: DECA MALDONADO , REBECA: AFS Student from Equador, Spanish, Honor Society, IRL, May Court MCDONALD, STEVE: Election Committee, IRL, Football MCQUAID, BEN: Boys League, Red Cross MCVICKER, TIM: IRL, Cross Country, Track, Honor Society, Lettermans MAI-IRT, RUSS: Boys League MALSBURY, JOYCE: Commercial Club, Art MAKE, CHARLES: Chess Club Pres, Boy of the Month, IRL, Honor Society MAROSTICA , PEGGY: Student Body Sec. , Commercial Club, Tri-Hi-Y, Pep Club, Speech, Highland Lassies, Honor Society MARTIN, LINDA: Girls League MATTHIAS , GAIL: Student Body Activities Manager, Girl of the Year, IRL, Tri-Hi-Y, Hi-Spots, Honor Society, May Court MAWI-IIRTER, CINDA: Tigerettes Pres. , Commercial Club, Yearbook, Tennis, May Court, Girls League V.P. MEYER, MARSHALL: IRL, FTA MEYERS , VICKI: IRL, Art Club MILLER, CHUCK: Football, Lettermans MILLER, FRANK: Yearbook, Golf MILLER, GWEN: Tri-Hi-Y, Tigerettes, Hi-Spots, Christmas Court, Sr. Class Treas. MILLER, JOEL: Pep Band Asst. Director MIRES , GALEN: Football MONAGON, SI-IELIA: Red Cross MUDROW, SI-IELLEY: IRL, Honor Society MULLER, LINDA: IRL Sec. , Junior Miss, Art Club, Honor Society, Sr. Class Treas. NODIAND , CURT: Boys League O'CALLAGHAN, MOLLY: Girls League O'CONNELL, JEANNE: Commercial Club O'FARRELL, MOLLY: Girls League Sgt. of Arms, Tennis O'FARRELL, PEGGY: Girls League Pres, Honor Society, Girl of the Month, Hi-Spots, Commercial Club O'I-IALLORAN, SHARON: Tigerettes, IRL OLSEN, STEVE: Speech PADEN , TONY: Boys League PAPE, TANGIE: Tigerettes, Prom Court, Commercial Club, Tri-Hi-Y PASTOR, NANCY: Girls League PAYTON , CHERYL: Girls League PEARSON, CONRAD: Boy of the Year, Honor Society Pres, IRL, Thespians, Book Store Manager, Cross Country PECK, LESLIE: Girls League PETERS CAROL: Commercial Club PIERCE, DENISE: Hi-Spots Editor, FTA, Girl of the Month, Honor Society, Spring Music POITRAS, DIANE: Commercial Club POLINSKY, Chris: Commercial Club, IRL, Honor Societ V POOLE, DEBBIE: Yearbook, Commercial Club, IRL PRICKETT , LOWELL: IRL PRITCI-IARD , RUTH: IRL, Yearbook PROCK, BOB: Lettermans, Football PYL, BRAD: Boys League RANDALL, EILEEN: Red Cross, Commercial Club RANF, MYRA: Tigerettes, Red Cross, IRL, Tri-Hi-Y REEVES, BARBARA: Commercial Club, IRL, DECA REITER, Cl-IERYL: Girls League RICHARDSON , GINNY: Commercial Club ROBERTS, MARY: Girls League ROEMHIIDT, KEVIN: Short Circuits ROGERS, PAUL: Swimming, Track ROOT, CHRIS: IRL, Red Cross, Tri-Hi-Y, Commercial Club ROSHAK, GEORGE: IRL ROSS, TOM: Boys League, DECA ROYAL, DEBBIE: Commercial Club RUDNIK, LINDA: DECA, Honor Society, Speech SALING, CATHY: Highland Lassis V.P. , Commercial, IRL, Red Cross SAYLER , BRAD: Boys League SCHMIT, AL: Lettermans, Wrestling SEEBER , DOUG: DECA SEELY, LINDA: Girls League SEGEE, ROXANNE: Girls League SELLERS, ELAINE: Commercial Club SERBUS , STEVE: Boys League SHILTON, DEIAYNE: Commercial Club SHUTTS, YVONNE: Commercial, IRL SILVEY, DON: IRL, Lettermans, Football, Wrestling, Boy of the Month, Sr. Class Vice President SIMKINS, IEONA: IRL, Pep Club SIMPSON, DON: Boys League SMITH, PATTY: IRL, Tri-Hi-Y, Treas. SNYDER, JIM: Boys League SOARES, MIKE: Chess, IRL SPORRER, DAWN: Girls League, Spring Musical STANHOPE, SANDRA: Girls League STEARNS, PATTY: IRL, Ski Club, Hi-Spots STEVENS, JOI-IN: Boys League STITES, ANN: Commercial, IRL STONE, BILL: Boys League STRUTZ, DOUG: Boys League SWAREN, SUZANNE: Honor Society, Commercial Clu FTA SWAYZE, JIM: Honor Society, Commercial SWEENEY, COLLEEN: Student Body Treas. , Tri-Hi-Y, IRL, Pep Club, Honor Society SWIFT, KIM: Honor Society SYLVESTER, LINDA: Commercial Club TAYLOR, BILL: Boys League TAYLOR, DAVE: Boys League THORNBRUE, STEVE: Football, Track, Boy of the Month, Letterman Sec., Honor Society bi THURSTON, LYNN: DECA, Speech TORLAND, LYN: IRL Sec., Honor Society TYSON, GAIL: Track TYSON, IARRY: Boys League UPCHURCH, JERRY: Boys League VADAY, DOUG: Honor Society, Athlete of the year, football, basketball, baseball, Lettermans Club, Boy of the Month VANDEN HEEDE, SUE: Commercial Club VAN SICKIE, GREG: Lettermans, Red Cross VOLPE, MIKE: Chess, Honor Society VOORHEES, LORRIE: Red Cross Pres, ICC, IRL VOPAT, JUDY: Pep Club Pres. , ICC, Red Cross, Commercial, Honor Society WATERS, MARK: Football, Lettermans WATERS, STEVE: S. B. Athletics Mgr., IRL Lettermans WEBBER, BRUCE: Iettermans Pres, ICC, IRL, Football, Track, AFS Student to Costa, Rica WEINEL, FRED: Chess WESTCOTT, DAVE: Honor Society WILLIAMS, GRANT: Lettermans Club, Football, FTA WILLIAMS, KEN: IRL WOMACK, GLORIA: Commercial Club, FTA WOOD, SANDI: Red Cross, Commercial Club WICKLUND, JUDY: DECA ZELLNER, LAEL: Commercial Club ZLMMERMAN, SCOTT: Yearbook, IRL I DEX Administration 136 Advertising 194-207 Honor Society 127 Spanish 38 Special Education 190 Speech 91 ICC 36 Baseball 120-123 Index 211 Basketball 64-71 Introduction 1-7 Boy and Girl of the Month 154-155 IRL 130-132 Boys League 42-43 Christmas Week 54-55 Cinderella 56-57 Commercial Club 133 Concert Choir 108-109 Cooks and Custodians 140-141 Cross Country 30-31 Crucible 20-21 Deca 44 Diversified Occupations 191 Facuhy 142-153 FHA 45 Football 22-29 Foreign Exchange Students 52-53 Forensics 58-59 FTA 90 Girls Sports 78-80 Girls Track 118-119 Graduation 110-113 Highland Lassies 40-41 Homecoming 10-13 Juniors 171-180 Junior-Senior Prom 98-101 Lettermans Club 84-85 Literary Magazine 39 May Fete 104-107 Mother Daughter Tea 96-97 Newspaper 62-63 People 48-51 Pep Club 86-87 Rally 14-15 Red Cross 88-89 Sadie Hawkins 16-19 School Board 137 Secretaries and Counselors 1 Seniors 156-170 Senior Credits 208-211 Short Circuits 37 Ski Club 81 Sophomores 181-189 210 38-139 Spring Musical 102-103 Stage Band 60-61 Student Council 34-35 Student Index 211-217 Swimming 32-33 Talent Show 94-95 Tennis 124-125 Tigerettes 82-83 Track 114-117 Tri-Hi-Y 128-129 Wrestling 72 - 77 Yearbook 218-21 9 ' A Abeling, Steve 158 Abernathy, Sherrie 182 Abplanalp, Heidi 182 Accettura, Tom 142 Adam, Mary 158 Adams, Donald 182 Adkins, Sandi 78, 107, 1 Adkins, Shelley 172 Aitken, Julie 158 Akerson, Leif 158 Allison, Dan 158 Allison, Jenny 182 71,172 Allison, Steve 182 Allnut, Joyce 103, 172 Amstad, Anna 172 Anderson, Gordon 76, 182 Anderson, Neal 172 Ankersmit, Kathryn 140 Alpin, Bill 182 Appleton, Danny 172 Arends, Phillip 182 Arn, Rocky 29,69,172 Arn, Roddy 172 Arndt, Egon 182 Arndt, Roger 37, 129, 172 Arneson, Kisti 124,172 Arnold, Fred 29, 182 Arnold, Mary 158 Ashcroft, Albert 24, 75, 126, 172 Atkinson, Jerry 182 Augustine, Alfred 24, 73, 75, 172 Averill, Suzie 78, 172 B Babin, Leonard 18,75, 158 Bachelder, Rebecca 182 Bachelder, Robert 17, 24, 56, 117 Bacon, Deanna 182 Baccelliere, Frances 101,172 Bade, Susan 172 Baggenstos, Margaret 158 Baggenstos, Mary 182 Bailey, Connie 158 Bailey, Tom 122, 182 Baker, Bill 81, 107,108,125 Ballard, Marilyn 172,180 Baltzell, Virginia 118, 172 Barrett, Stephen 125,182 Barth, Richard 24, 75, 185, 158 Bartlett, Eddy 29,122,182 Bartlett, Samuel 172 Basile, Ralph 24, 75, 158 Baughman, Barbara 158 Baughman, Patty 158 Beauchamp, Neil 67, 158 Behrens, Veryl 182 Belanger, Connie 17,172 Belknap, Beverly 182 Bell, Marlene 172 Bennett, April 61,133,158 Benz, Kathleen 14, 15, 95,125,159 197, 219 Bergseng, Margaret 133, 143 Beringer, Robert 24, 119, 123, 172 Berning, Linda 172 Berry, David 182 Bidiman, Gary 19, 172 Biederman, Bruce 18, 172 Biederman, Shari 95, 172 Bieker, Craig 70, 71, 182 Bieker, Gail 40,41,118, 155,159, 219 Bieker, William 136 Billings, Teresa 182 Bimeler, Bruce 172 Bishop, Helen 45, 96, 159, 172 Bishop, Tim 141 Bishop, Tom 33,62,63,75 Bissett, Tina 182, 188 Bitz, Rose 78,159 Black, Elaine 182 3 Blackburn, Mark 33, 182 Bland, Susan 78,172,174 Blaser, Cheryl 172 Bolden, Daphne 16, 172 Bonacker, Rod 29,182 Bond, Steve 182 Bordenkircher, Rick 75, 126, 182 Bordenkircher, Tom 24, 75, 172, 177 Borders, Shellie 172 Born, Tom 159 Bottemiller, Sandy 182 Bowsher, Leota 159 Boyd, Evelin 172,174 Boyer, Shelley 44, 159 Braden, Robert 33, 182 Bradley, Dick 182 Branch, John 189 Brazil, Janeen 182 Brazil, Mike 182 Brewer, Doug 182 Brewer, Joy 173 Brickley, Donna 17, 33, 57, 182 Brinegar, Joy 78,182 Brink, Jerry 189 Brink, Steven 173 Brooks, Richard 173 Brosseau, Andy 182 Brosseau, Rene 159 Brosseau, Vic 182 Brosy, John 91, 105,125,155, 159 Brosy, Thomas 182 Brown, Dean 24, 107, 173 Brown, Dennis 173,219 Brown, Juanita 182 Brown, Julie 124, 182 Brown, Marjorie 173 Broyles, Janie 182 Broyles, Mike 182 Broyles, Nancy 159 Buchholz, Ronald 182 Bunker, Diane 182 Bunker, Sandie 159 Burke, Randy 182 Burklund, Marvin 173 Burns, Le Anna 78, 173 Burns, Nancy 18, 78, 118 Bushnell, Wanda 173 Burns, Scott 173 Butterfield, Mark 17, 159 C Cagle, Jerry 116, 117,159,173 Campbell, Randy 159 Cannon, Bret 173 Cannon, Michael 125,159 Cappoen, Dorthy 173 Cappoen, Russell 189 Cardwell, Leta 173 Carey, Jan 12, 14, 95, 173, 124 Carnese, Teresa 182 Carlson, Deanna 87, 173 Carner, larry 173 Carpenter, Mark 81, 159, 219 Carrier, Kathleen 159 Carson, Paula 159 Carson, Shirley 82, 83, 173 Carter, Bob 61, 182 Caswell, Jeanne 78, 173 Cayton, Whitney 33, 173, 211 Chamberlain, Mary 83, 104, 159, 195 Chapman, Jim 182 Chapman, Sharon 173 Charles, Julie 182 Chavez, Denise 14,107,182 Chavez, Jan 14, 15, 53, 95,101,159 Christensen, Judy 182 Christensen, Richard 172 Cimino, Sarah 159 Clarambeau, Donna 159, 182 Clark, David 159 Clark, Dean 30, 31, 94, 117, 173, 196 Clark, Gene 24, 26, 60, 76,173, 204 Clark, Mike 182, 184 Clifford, Sandra 173 Cloepfil, Brian 173 Coello, George 173 Cohoon, Stephen 173 Cole, Suzanna 182 Cole, Terry 24, 25, 117,173 Compton, Colleen 182 Compton, Patrick 21, 159 Conklin, Nancy 159 Conover, Deeann 173 Cook, Darrell 29, 74, 75, 182 Cook, Lenny 159 Cook, Mark 182 Coombs, Elva 33, 124,143 Cooper, Denise 103, 173 Cooper, Susan 159, 191 Coover, Alan 24 Coshow, Jim 173 Cote, Mary 159 Cowan, Cynthia 80, 180 Cowan, Gregory 160 Cox, Clifford 24, 126, 160 Cox, Ken 173 Craig, Brian 18,182 Craughan, Mike 76, 117, 173 Craven, Linda 173 Crisman, Jim 75,182 Cuddeford, Kelly 182 D D'Alfonso, Marilyn 182 Dallman, Yvonne 143 Dalthorp, Carmen 83, 89, 160 David, Miriam 160 Davidson, Cathy 183 Davidson, Cynthia 173 Davis, Sandra 173 Daw, Lawrence 143 Day, Robert 142 Davison, Stephanie 59,182 Dean, Linda 42, 155,157, 160, 219 Dean, Wesley 183 Debelloy, Loudovic 77, 173 DeWitt, Colette 41, 118, 183 DeWitt, Cynthia 189 Dickhous, Harold 183 Dickoff, Diane 160,183 Dickoff, Margaret 124, 183 Diehl, Jeffrey 182 Dieker, Kristine 58, 182 Dinsmore, Tom 174 Doane, Brad 174 Doane, Cheryl 174 Doll, Claudia 183 Doll, Gerald 160 Domreis, Lynn 34, 124, 174 Dorsey, Pam 174 Dougherty, Shelia 142 Douglas, David 24,119,174 Dowell, jackie 174 Downing, Steve 182 Dreeszen, Karen 91, 183 Drill, Steven 76, 77, 122 Drummond, Collette 174 Dull, Tim 183 Dunford, Kathy 40, 41, 124, 174 Dunlap, Elaine 183 Dunn, Carole 183 Dunn, Steve 37,174 Durkee, Ronald 183 Dye, Mary 160 E Eades, Robert 161 Edwards, Martin 183 Egger, Kathy 33, 83, 105,127,160 Eggert, Elizabeth 97, 124, 174, 179 Eidenschink, Chuck 183 Eldridge, jim 174 Elmer, Rebecca 160 Elsner, Shirlee 174 Emme, Dean 174 Emms, Catheri.ne 160 Ems, Marilyn 41, 54, 174 Engh, Linda 174 Ennes, David 183 Erdman, Pat 160,168 Erickson, Bonita 183 Erickson, Kaareo 174 Erickson, Linda 183 Esau, Henry 183 Etling, Bruce 29,118 Etling, Steve 24, 125,160 Evans, Holly 160 Evelsizer, Barbara 87, 129, 160, 21 F Fagan, Betsy 160, 157, 197 Fairbanks, Bernadette 91,183 Farance, Cindy 41, 52, 95, 101 Feeney, Fennell, Fennell, Fennell, Charlotte 144 Delbert 137 Greg 183 Randy 24, 174 Ferrel, Jan 183 Fewl ess, Bill 25,107,160,161 Fidler, Kathleen 183 Fieber, Finley, Finley, Fischer, Dale 174 jan 161 Terry 18, 161 Paul 18, 54, 174 ,160 Fischer, Phyllis 174 Flack, Charlotte 161 Flack, William 183 Flanagan, Larry 174 Fleming, Linda 183 Fleming, Mary 183 Fletchall, Barbara 183 Fletcher, Barbara 183 Fletcher, Robin 107, 173, 174 Flieger, Harold 161 Flores, Alexander 107,183 Flores, Anita 14,15, 36, 95,105, 15 160 5, Flowers, Bonnie 183 Flye, Ken 183 Follett, Gail 161 Follett, Sharon 183 Forbes, Debbie 33, 183 Forrest, Stanley 67, 117,161 Frahler, Scott 183 Frank, Debra 183 Fransen, Kathy 174 Frazee, John 161 Fredricks, Christine 63, 174 Free, Kathy 183 Free, Kurt 68,69, 174 Frerezz, Debbi 183 Frey, Deborah 114,119,197 Freymuller, Ellyn 183 Frison, Steve 14, 15,174 Fritzler, Lavisa 97, 103, 161 Frosty, Bill 76 Fry, Wendy 183 Fugere, Ken 174 Fuller, Daniel 76,174 Fuller, julie 80,183 Fullerton, Mark 30, 43, 76, 161 Fullmer, Ted 63,162 Fulton, Carol 162 G Gable, Kathy 183 Galiasso, Nanette 162 Galloway, Cindy 183 Galloway, Lynette 18, 79, 80, 1 Galvan, Galvin, Marie 162 Grace 138 card, Cliff 183 Gard, Randy 69,174 Garrett, Paul 67, 174, 178 Garrett, Ruth 174 Garrett, Fae 162 Gates, hn 183 Groce, Jeri 12, 33,82,83, 11 162, 21 9 Gross, Rick 183 Grossen, Jerry 24, 27, 76,145 Grove, Carol 162, 170, 204 Gunderson, Vicki 162 Gunnell, Eric 175 Guthrie , H Susan 162 Haevisher, Gary 175 Halderman, Dave 119, 162 Hall, Don 24,117, 162 Hall, janeil 174 Hall, M arian 183 , Hall, sue 162 Hall, 'rim 183 Hamli.n, Shelley 45 Hammes, Dave 162 Hammes, Ramona 103,174 Hampton, Don 29, 183 Hannah, Hansen, Hansen, Hanson, I-lantke , Harp, K Harper, Laura 162 Barbara 174 Linda 174 Jennifer 38, 57, 162 jim 24, 162 atherine 174 Linda 16,63, 174 8,157, Harris, Debbie 183 Hartig, Donna 16,17,82,83,98, 100, 162,19 8 Hartman, Darral 183 Harvey, Harvey, Harvey, Harvey, Harvey, Hassel, Debra 174 Mac 122,183 Marilyn 175 Mark 175 Philip 61,175 Cynthia 184 Hasuike, Steve 24, 76, 77, 16 Hatch, Thomas 69,119,175 2 Io Gavin, Gary 183 Geck, Lawrence 70, 76 Gedney, jennelle 84, 124, 174 Gedney, Joleen 33, 41,124, 129, 162 Gedrose, Sally 56, 83, 104, 174 Gensman, Randi 174 Gentemann, Gary 144 Gheer, Walter 183 Gilchrist, Susie 174 Gilham, Bryan 59, 62,63,95,162 Gilham, Mark 183 Gill, Ellen 183 Gill, Jim 175 Gillham, Chele 33,58,183 Gillmor, Debra 175 Givens, Jerry 175 Goble, Micheal 175 Goldbeck, Terry 162 Golden, Andrea 175 Golden, Kathy 183 Goodding, Dean 175 Goodrich, Margaret 1 Gordon, Douglas 183 Graber, Sandra 175 8,54,175 Grawe, Cary 162 Green, Carolyn 183 Green, Cheryl 175 Green, Judy 175 Green, Trudy 78, 175 212 Hatfield, Peter 117, 184 Hathaway, Lyle 138 Haven, Bruce 184 Havery, Margo 38, 78, 101,175 Hayes, Sharron 175 Haynes, Jim 184 Hazelett, Kary 184 I-iazelett, Marc 175 Hecox, Mary 184 Hedgepeth, Don 29, 73, 75, 144 I-Ieintz, Gary 122 Heintz, Marty 175 Heinz, JoAnne 175 I-leitschnidt, Jean 175 Helenius, Larry 61, 175 I-Ielmick, George 24, 162 Herbst, James 20, 31,43,162 Hernstedt, Pamela 162 Hernstedt, Carl 162 Heskiss, Milda 144 Hext, Steve 184 Hill, Bill 145 Hill, joe 102,162 Hill, Tom 24, 117, 175 Hipsher, Barbara 184 Hipsher, Joyce 162 Hitchen, Lauri 184 Hodges, jane 63, 90, 162 Hodler, Arthur 184 Hoffert, Alex 126, 144 Hogg, Glenn 175 Holcomb, Joel 29, 75, 175 Holgan, Steve 175 Holgate, Dick 24, 162 Holgate, Steven 175 Hooten, Edward 29, 184 Hoots, Judith 144 Hoots, Tom 144 Horton, Laura 175 Horyn, Paul 29, 184 Hoselton, George 130, 162 Hoselton, Jeff 24, 175 Hosler, Greg 75, 175 Hovick, Jaci 175 Hovick, Jamey 162 Hovies, Gary 69 Hovies, Greg 184 Howland, Roy 61,126,162 Howland, Wendy 184 Hoyt, Brian 184 Hoyt, Jordis 17, 36,41, 163 Hubbel, Kim 175 Huber, James 61, 175 Huff, Shannon 80, 175 Huffman, John 184 Huffman, Louie 175 Hughes, Sandra 163 Hughes, Sharon 80, 184 Hughes, Steve 119,176 Hughs, Pete 176 Hulett, Elizabeth 162 Hunnicutt, Michael 125, 184 Hunt, Donald 76, 119,163 Hunt, Phil 184 Huntley, Randy 176 Huntley, Susan 176 Huwa, Judy 163 I lngels, Jeanette 184 Tngraham, Mark 17,197 Irish, Richard 122, 184 Junkin, Loit 163 K Kable, Stan 122, 184 Kahr, David 21,176 Kaiser, Richard 185 Kamstra, Linda 50, 79, 163 Kane, Wanda 184 Karkiaren, Ernie 185 Karr, Chris 185 Karr, Jonathan 3O,65,67, 163 Kartak, Michael 163 Kastl, Yvonne 185 Kaufman, Jennifer 176 Keatley, Michael 185 Keeney, Judy 33, 184, 185 Keeney, Michael 75, 163 Kegler, Theresa 185 Keith, John 185 Keith, Paul 185 Kelly, Don 176 Kelly, Margaret 82, 83, 104,163 Kelsey, Allen 185 Kelso, Diane 185 Kelso, Robert 176 Kester, Ken 33, 61, 185 Kimmel, Joe 185 Kindrick, Charles 185 King, Kimberley 41, 185 King, Marshall 185 Kinnan, Lloyd 75 Kirkwood, Linda 185 Knauss, Nancy 87,174, 176,195 Knauss, Steve 176 Knebel, Cynthia 128,171, 176 Knebel, Lori 80, 118, 185 Knokey, Marjean 78, 176 Knox, Flora 139 Knudsen, Eric 24, 58, 85, 98, 107, 155, 157, 163 Koch, George 145 Kolb, Randolph 95, 125, 185 Koski, David 176 Irish, Steve 162 I Jack, Ron 28, 29,122,123,184 Jacoby, Tony 184 Janoe, Ruby 184 Jaquess, Jane 163 Jasperson, Garland 119, 163 m Jett, Ja Johnson, Johnson, Johnson, Johnson, Johnson, Johnson, Johnson, Johnson, Johnson, Johnston es 24, 176 Carol 33, 181,184 Dan 184 Dorothy 145 Doug 184 Gordon 184 Linda 176, 219 Lloyd 146 Sharron 12,14,184 Susan 88, 146 , Marilyn 15,184 Kotg larmr10,62,63,147,157,219 Kreick, Lacy 185 Kreick, Mary 176 Kroese, Bruce 66,67,176 Kuhn, Steven 176 Kuhne, Allison 176 Kuns, Douglas 95, 163, 157, Kurath, Greg 163 L Lambert, Catherine 185 Lamkin, Margaret 163 Lamkin, Patti 17, 103,176 Lamper, Luann 139 Lamon, Karl 30, 31,117, 17 Langner, Douglas 185 Lantz, Sharon 185 Larter, Lois 138 Leadham Tim 185 165,219 6 Joh.nston, Nancy 163 Johnston, Sandra 176 Jones, Christine 163 Jordan, Ann 15,184 Jordan, Jerry 145 Judy, Scott 76, 176 Jungvirt, Mary 176 7 Lear, Richard 185 Lear, Verne 185 Lee, Ben 176 Lee, Gregg 119,176 Lee, Kevin 61, 185 Lee, Robin 30, 76,185 Lee, Theresa 185 213 Lee, Tim 176 Lehman, Clifford 14, 15, 88, 90,1 Lehman, Barbara 176 Leiser, Terry 163 Lemon, Janna 163 Lemon, Jerri 103,185 Lester, Kenneth 24, 146 Lewis, Annette 185 Lewis, April 78,176 Lewis, Lee 186 Lewis, Nancy 146 Lindsay, Alison 176 Lindsay, Charmaine 39, 147 Lindsay, Greg 53, 162 Linkhart, Nancy 176 Livesay, Shari 103,163 Lloyd, Tom 35,49, 155,163 Loeks, Randyl 122,186 Logsdon, Craig 186 Logsdon, Sandy 164 Long, Nancy 186 Loes, Jenny 177 Loper, Louis 186 Luckeroth, Lorraine 88,177 Luckeroth, Lou 186 Lumpkin, Russell 186 Lutes, Katherine 149 Lynch, Sue 80,118,186 Lynch, Jerald 63, 219 Lyon, Ron 164 Lyons, Sandie 164 Lytle, Pat 148 M Mack, John 176 Madland, Ron 186 Mahrt, Susan 186 Mahrt, Russ 164 Maleta, Mark 29, 122,186 Maldonado, Rebeca 17,52,53, 107, 113, 132, 16-1 Malsbury, Joyce 164 Manke, Charles 155,156,164 Manley, Philip 177 Mansholt, Gregory 186 Mapes, Alana 118,147 Mardock, Tom 23, 24, 56,114 Marker, Kathleen 186 ,1 Marostica, Margaret 34, 4O,41, 9 , 155, 164 Martin, Paul 177 Martin, Linda 164 Masters, Barbara 80, 186, 190 Matilla, Allen 146 Matthes, Thomas 61,125, 177 Mathias, April 186 Matthias, Gail 35, 57,62,107,110, 155,157, 165,166, 205 Matychuck, Michael 37, 186 Mawhirter, Cinda 36, 83,107, 124, 155, 165, 219 Mayberry, Dave 186 Mayernik, Debra 21,186 McAna11y, Jill 95,165 McCabe, Diane 88, 78, 118, 165 McCarley, Mike 125 McColl, Lynn 186 McCoy, Steven 177 McDaniel, Royce 147 McDevitt, Catherine 165 McDonald, Hugh 100,165 McDonald, Janet 88, 177, McDougall, Duane 65, 67, 126, 177 McFarlind, Sherrie 33, 78, 177 McGuire, Bob 122,186 McGuire, Tom 69, 119,180 McLaughlin, Bill 186 McNish, William 148 McQuaid, Robert 17, 55,165 McVicker, Michael 16, 30, 186 McVicker, Tim 16, 30, 31, 42,117 McWhorter, Vicky 186 Meigs, Janet 177 Merrill, John 177 Merrimon, Don 177 Meyer, Marshall 150,169 Meyer, Matthew 69, 125 Meyer, Thomas 189 Meyers, Vicki 164 Miles, Larry 66, 67, 107,117, 177 Miller, Charles 24 Miller, Cindi 177 Miller, Debra 177 Miller, Frank 126,164, 219 Miller, Gwen 55, 63, 82, 104, 157 164, 166 Miller, Joel 60, 67, 166,172 Miller, Nancy 177 Milne, Dan 177 Minson, Martha 177 Mires, Galen 166 Misso, Leonard 39,147 Mitchell, David 177 Moad, Greg 186 Mock, Laurel 177 Monroe, Wayne 148 Moore, Jackie 118 Moore, Keith 14, 15,17,117, 130, 186 Moore, Pat 177 Morrison, Delcie 186 Moses, Paul 148 Mudrow, Michael 122, 181, 186 Mudrow, Shelly 39,66 Muir, John 177 Muller, Linda 51,113,124,130,157 Muller, Randy 186 Muller, Robert 177 Mumby, Dorothy 186 Mumby, George 186 Murphy, Pamela 83, 177 Myers, Anita 177 N Nagler, David 29, 54, 186 Nall, Chris 186 Neeley, Dulcy 186 Nelson, Dan 119, 177 Nelson, Joyce 41,118, 119,186 Nelson, Virginia 104, 177 Nemarnik, Diane 118, 119 Ness, Beverly 103,186 Nesvold, William 177 Newell, Gordon 186 Newman, Robert 177 Nibblett, ,A Stan 185, 186 Nicholson, John 29 Nicoli, James 29,61, 177, 219 Nodland, Curtis 166 Nordiling, Dirk 186 Nortness, Casey 29, 186 Norton, Bill 186 Noyes, Ron 55,119,186 Nussbaum, Lee 186 Nyberg, Arne 177 Nymanich, Dyan 177 Nyssen, Teri 177,186 O Oakley, Annie 83, 177 O'Brien, Jack 140 O'Callaghan, Molly 166 O'Callaghan, Patrick 186 O'Connell, Jeanne 166 O'Farrell, Molly 78, 124, 166 O'Farrell, Patricia 124,186 O'Farrell, Peggy 36, 63,124, 155,157, 164, 166 Ogden, Becky 186 O'i-Ialloran, Sharon 12,82,83, 166 Ohm, Keith 117,187 Ohm, Steven 24, 25, 63, 67,117,177 Oliver, Franic 166 Olson, C hr istina 187 Olson, Chuck 29, 122, 187 Olson, Eric 177 Olson, Steven 166 Olson, William 68,69, 107, 122, 123, 181, 187, 194 Osborn, Bruce 177 Orona, Patricia 39, 148 Ott, Tim 187 Overby , P Palm, Jo John 149 hn 24, 94, 76, 117,131,178 Pancianelli, Pieria 187 Pape, Tangie 82, 83, 96, 100,101, 160, 166 Pape, Wally 187 Parker, Cheryl 187 Parker, Ricky 187 Parrish, Jeri 178 Parrish, Ron 24, 27, 85, 149 Pastor, Nancy 166 Patterson, Debra 178 Paull, Jenny 178 Payne, Jeanne 56, 57, 83, 104, 178 Payton, Cheryl 166 Pe arson , Pe arson, 16 7 Pe ar son, Pe arson, Pe ar son, Pe ck Le chris 178 Conrad so, 39, 57, 127, 155, Joan 80, 181, 187 Karen 187 Laura 178 slie 167 I Peck, Paul 90, 150 Penrose, Nancy 187 Percy, Sandra 187 Perry, Steve 187 Peters, Debbie 101, 177, 178 Peterson, George 187 Peterson, Wayne 120, 149 Peyton, Sharon 103, 187 Pfaffle, Fred 24, 36, 119, 178 Phillips, William 24, 178 Piatt, Eva 178 214 Piatt, Gaylene 187 Pickens, Marcia 96, 129, 151, 62, 63, 90, 103 Pierce, Denise 113,127,155, 167 Pietla, Al 137 Poitras, Diane 167 Poitras, Wanda 178 Polinsky, Christine 88, 165, 167 Poole, Deborah 167, 219 Powell, Richard 61, 150 Pretty, Susan 83, 178 Prickett, Lowell 91,167 Pritchard, Ruth 167, 219 Prock, Bob 24,167 Prouty, Robert 167 Pscholka, Linda 167 Purvis, Christine 178 Q Quarles, Janice 87,88, 178 R Raglione, Remo 187 Ramey, Gail 187 Randall, David 69,178 Randall, Eileen 167 Randall, Gary 178 Ranf, Diane 55,118, 180,189 Ranf, Myra 83, 97, 167 Rankin, Sally 187 Rasmussen, Karen 178 Ratcliff, Julie 187 Ream, Sharon 178 Reeves, Barbara 167 Reider, Patricia 187 Reiter, Cheryl 167,187 Richey, Dana 41, 187 Ries, Cindy 178 Ries, Joanne 80, 178 Rife, Taggert 187 Riser, Bill 187 Riverman, Charles 59, 121, 178 Rivers, Carlos 17,53 Roberts, Mary 167 Robertson, Don 150 Roemhildt, Kevin 37, 167 Roessler, Kay 178 Rogers, Paul 33,167 Rolfe, Alan 151 Root, Chris 167 Root, Karen 17,80, 83, 178 Rosberough, Wally 178 Roshak, George 131,167 Roshak, Linda 187 Roshak, Mary 178 Ross, Robert 24, 26, 27, 72, 75, 78 115, 117 Ross, Tom 167 Rudnick, Linda 167 Rue, Richard 122,187 Ruthven, Joanne 179 Ryan, Cathy 187 S Salimena, John 179 Saling, Cathy 40,41,67 Saling, Janet 41, 118,187 Sanders, Christine 187 Sanders, Christine 80, 187 Sanders, Don 179 Sanner, James 151 Sattler, Eddie 179 Saul, Gary 29,179 Saul, Mark 29,187 Sayler, Debbie 187 Saylor, Brad 167 Schaffer, Gayle 187 Schaffer, Rick 179 Schalk, Pamela 171,179 Sclnnit, Alan 75, 167 Schroeder, Janice 83, 104,118,119, 179 Schubert, Larry 179 Schulz, Bob 26, 76,187 Scott, Michael 29,187 Sears, Shirley 187 Sedler, Paulette 19, 57, 105,179 Seeber, Doug 168,191 Seely, Linda 168 Seely, Robert 187 Segee, Roxanne 168 Sellers, Elaine 168 Sharp, Norman 179 Shaw, Mike 187 Shay, Donald 187 Shaylor, Jeanine 187 Sheets, Gary 61, 187 Shelton, Bonnie 179 Shilton, Delayne 168 Shinn, Darwin 49, 136 Shutts, Yvonne 168 Sigvaldsen, Randi 179 Silvey, Debbie 187 Silvey, Don 24, 73, 74, 84, 85, 155 Silvey, Mary 180,188 Simons, George 30, 61, 76, 188 Simpson, David 10, 63,171, 179, 205 Sisson, Toni 188 Sittel, Cheryl 179 Sittel, Steve 179 Skoglund, Vicky 188 Slocum, Kim 126, 188 Smith, Barbara 33, 78,118, 179 Smith, Harold 188 Smith, James 62, 69,171,179 Smith, Patricia 33, 168,188 Smith, Patrick 117 Snow, Jolene 179 Snyder, James 33, 168 Snyder, Paul 179 Soares, Michael 44, 168 Somers, Carol 57,181, 188 Soule, lloyd 188 Spears, Christine 188 Spezza, Susan 32, 33,63, 179 Sporrer, Dawn 103,169 St. Clair, Christine 171,179 Stanhope, Sandra 169, 196 Stanton, Don 169 Sterns, Patricia 169 Steele, Dennis 188 Steinke, Steve 54,179 Stevens, George 66, 67, 119, 179 Stevens, John 169 Stewart, Virgil 188 oe 30 188 Steyaert, J , Stickler, Debbie 188 Stickler, Lynette 179 Stites, Ann 103, 133, 169 Stone, Don 188 Straders, Ricki 179 Shand, Kerry 117,188 Stretch, Julie 128,188 Stricker, Janet 179 Strong, Robert 179 Strutz, Douglas 169 Sutton, Carol 78,150 Swain, Maruca 180 Swanson, Patricia 180 Swanson, Wilma 180 Swaren, Suzanne 103, 127, 169 Swayze, James 169 Sweeney, Colleen 35, 50, 98, 169 Sweeney, Tracey 80, 128, 180 Swift, Kimberly 105,169 Sylvester, Linda 169 Sylvester, Sandy 188 T Talbot, Cliff 29, 76, 188, 122 Tate, Tim 188 Taylor, Bill 170 Taylor, Dave 169 Taylor, Pamela 188 Teeple, Craig 180 Thompsen, Karen 180 Thornbrue, Mary 45, 188 Thornbrue, Steve 98, 115, 117, 155, 169 Throckmorton, Florence 152 Thurston, Lynn 169 Torland, Mark 24, 180 Torland, Mary 169 True, Anita 180 Trueax, Fred 179, 180 Tumulty, Beverly 153 Turner, Jerry 180 Tyroff, Debra 180 Tyson, Carol 180 Tyson, Gail 118, 169 Tyson, Larry 169 U Ulwelling, John 30, 153 Upchurch, Chris 80, 186 V Vaday, Douglas 24, 25, 26,64,66 104, 105, 155, 156,164 Vaday, Louis 29,188 Van Pelt, Bob 188 Vandenl-Ieede, Susan 188 Vansickle, Wendy 188 Vansickle, Greg 17, 169 Vasey, Elizabeth 40, 41, 180 Vaughan, Debbie 21, 124, 188 Veazey, Robert 180 Vogeltanz, Verna 153 Voni-Iagen, Steve 61, 188 Voorhees, Lorrie 89, 169 Vopat, Judy 87 W Wakefield, Diane 188 Walgrave, Gary 188 Walker, Cynthia 40, 41, 180 Walker, Laurie 188 215 2 67: Walker, Mike 180 Wall, Kathleen 180 Walters, Kerry 188 Ward, Donna 186,189 Waters, Marc 24,169 Waters, Steve 34, 170 Watson, Kenneth 63 Webber, Bruce 24, 53, 84,115,117, 119, 170 Weinel, Fred 170 Weinel, Sharon 189 Weise, Deborah 189 Weiss, Jed 122,189 Weiss, Thomas 189 Welch, Dale 189 Wersckull, Grant 122,189 West, Helen 180 West, Jennifer 14,15, 75, 95,101 Westcott, David 170 Westcott, Evelyn 189 Westcott, Westley 189 Whaley, James 29, 189 Wheelon, Kenneth 189 White, Ernest 29, 125, 152 White, Wendy 33, 78,118,180 Whiteman, Tex 152 Whitford, Joan 180 Wicklund, Judith 170 Wiebe, Barbara 180 Wiesner Ina Willcut, A uen 29,189 Willcut, Linda 189 Willcut, T Williams, Williams, Williams, Williams, Williams, om 189 Barbara 180 Grant 19, 24, 25,170 Keith 189 Ken 74, 75,170 Linda 189 Williz, John Willoughby, Cynthia 45, 180 Wilson, William 189 Wilson, Mary Winegarden, Gregory 189 Winfree, Margaret 153 Wojohn, C onnie 180 Wolf, Geraldine 189 Wolfe, Greg 180 Wolfe, Rebecca 189 Womack, Gloria 170 Wood, Sandy 170 Wolley, Je ana 175, 180 Wright, Gary 139 Wright, Kathryn 41, 180 Y Yock, Gregory 102, 180 Yock, John 76, 189 Z Zadow, Joyce 180 Zellner, Lael 170 Zellner, Voni 189 Ziglinski, Bill 189 Ziglinski, Ronita 189 Zimmerman, Janet 118,180 Zimmerman, Scott 131, 170, 219 Zook, Dan 180 YEARBOOK Scribes Strive To Capsulize '69 The purpose of a yearbook is to record the events of one school year, the trend of change in students, in teachers, in ad- ministration, and in the activi- ties. This is one of the most te- dious jobs ofa school year. Yet it is rewarding. The staff does not see the overall effect of the book until the rest of the student body does. And then they hold their breath asking themselves: have We done it? A staff member cannot de- scribe to anyone how a book is produced. One would have to Work on the book to understand. Even then, he doesn't know ev- erything. A ye arbook is too complex for any one person. Each page is the effort and tal- ent of several persons and many ideas. When the final product is presented, there is pride in ev- ery member of the staff, and hope that the year has been re- corded to be alasting memory. Linda Dean Doug Kuns Co-editors BOUNTIFUL BOUQUETS to Chuck Winningham who cut c o s t s equipping a THS dark- room, Photo Bug Wayne Field and Mrs. Phyllis Hahn for con- stantly calming teen-panic 5 Bob Paffrath for frequent fatherly advice, David Koski who had strong designs on the bookg Hi- Spots staffers for last-minute copy: Steven Ohm, jane Hodges and Peggy O'Farrell. And our very special grati- tude to the "extra curricular" staff parents who fed us, trans- ported us in the after-hour ex- cursionsl , , 7' T ,QQ -'H if W 2543 -l"FM,, hind, i AMPQRICAN Ymmaoox cor-fnmm 5-t f?'4


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