Tigard High School - Tiger Yearbook (Tigard, OR)

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Biff M Illl kdelijuul llx 'fl Aly! fl A' ll iy NWA! lk Xl X gllw' ' ' 1 0 A UTUMN Autumn Raindrops never care to stay nor clouds on passing by or will rainbows let you touch them as they arch upon the sky A waterfall is never still nor leaves in autumn season or wind that bends the marsh grass down that gives no apparent reason Our footsteps trod on many paths beneath the cover of the sky for man has shown by living we find the reasons, why Travel far, my weary friend with nature's careful planning touch the flowers of the soul then wait, for understanding l AUTUMN 11 SEPTEMBER Sophomores outnumber senrors as 75 76 school year begrns Unusually hot sunny weather marked September and the opemng of school as 1191 students returned to classes Semors Wlth a class of 311 were greatly outnum bered by the Junrors wrth 410 and the sophomores wrth 470 especrally srnce many senrors drd not have a full day of classes Among the new faces of sophomores and transfer stu dents were several exchange students Greg Martmez from Rralto Calrforma D1aneCaulkms from Attrca New York and Amy Ross from New York were domestrc exchange students and came to Trgard through the AFS exchange program Naozumr Kozuka who stayed wrth Wade Lmdsay and hrs famrly came from Japan through the lnternatronal Chrrstran Youth Exchange Peter Pavek came from Sweden through the Rotary Exchange Though the school seemed to be basxcally the same several changes and add1t1ons had been made Gne such add1t1on was an outdoor lnformal resource center whrch was put mto effect rn m1d September due to some serrous efforts by the student councrl Thrs area was located 111 the courtyard between the cafeterra and the mam bu1ld1ng and prov1ded students w1th the IIISY lcrsure area for talkmg and relaxrng rn two years It proved to be very successful untrl colder weather forced students back rndoors Another add1t1on was a new scrence greenhouse Con structron began 1n early August and was completed rnlate classes especrally a new class Plant Growers Speclal FALL DRAMA Drama department presents 'You Can t Take It Wlth You Moss Hart s and George S Kaufman s You Cant Take It Wrth You turned out to be one of the most humorous THS productrons rn years The srx weeks of practrce proved ample tune for the cast to prepare for the three performances held dur1ng the thrrd week rn October Larry Daw drama teacher and drrector of the play sard The cast worked very well together and practxces went fast and smooth wh1ch helped the productron rmmensely The two mam characters rn the story were Grandpa Vanderhof Ueff Gorhamj who was a 75 year old retrree and was completely aga1nst the US system and hrs artrstrc playwrrght daughter Penny CL1sa Johnsonj who was a lrttle crazy but seemed to thrnk she had lrfe under control The whole rdea behmd the play was that money 1sn t everytlung The Vanderhofs made th1s qurte clear by showmg that there 1S more to l1fe than meets the eye Lrsa Johnson sard I really enjoyed the chance to perform and I hope everyone else drd too It s really neat to be on stage I wrsh more people would get rnvolved 7 , 3 . y - 7 3 7 . D , 7 7 7 7 7 - s 7 ' 7 September. lt proved to be avaluable aid to many science 7 7 ' I 7 ' 77 7 7 SL 7 ' 7 , ' va 7 M 7 l 7 - sa - 7 7 7 ' 77 , - - . , . . , . 9 7 . . . , . . 44 . I 7 ' 7 ' ' 77 FALL ACTIVITIES 95. 'vu l. During the course of the fall play, "You Can't Take It With You," Tony tDane Colesj and Alice tMissy Clarkj. who have fal- len in love, embrace each other. 2. Student body president, Rick Her- manson, models a graduation gown while addressing the senior class at their first class meeting of the year. 3. Registering on their first day at Tigard High are soph- omores April Adams and Trin Kramer. 4. Elected to the 1975 Homecoming court were Tami Peterson and Jim McGuire, Kim Dressel and Gary Fiorante, Teri Williams and Jeff Gorham, Terri Hass and Danny Gruver, DeElla Schmidt and Doug Craig and Ja- nice Koon and Neil Bieker. FALL ACTIVITIES 13 OCTOBER Roller Derby Club attempts to bring sport to THS fans In October a young peoples singing group called Up With People came to Tigard High. They entertained the student body for a fun-filled half hour. The group mem- bers originate from each of the 50 states and from 17 countries around the world. A successful effort was put forth by several loyal students to form a roller derby team. The announcement of the first meeting in the daily bulletin started as a practical joke to liven up the morning announcements, but to the pranksters surprise there were kids that showed up for the meeting. This yearis newly formed Travel Club began fund raising projects for a Bicentennial trip this summer to the east. Activities for raising money included car washes running the concession stand and selling various products. The club started by history teacher Rod Mon- roe consisted mostly ofthe kids that he took on a tour of Western Canada the previous summer. Instead of an activity period a new meeting system was developed. All club meetings were held at the same time on alternatin days. Twenty minutes into a c ass period students were released from class to go to their meeting. Students only missed the last half of a c ass so they could at least get most new material covered that day. Teachers however found it alittle annoying having the class disrupted by students getting up to leave. The last day of the month ended with a beautiful sunny day and since it was Halloween it was only ap- propriate that costumes should be worn, Students were encouraged to dress up for the occasion but few did. -.If x Q- g -Ii, 14 FALL ACTIVITIES of -- "1-M--N ef s ..- ,, -' -.NX Nc' f" T -Q-0774 ,,.1'.II-L. ul A OF K fi! I. The Vanderhof house is in hilarious confusion as the guests show up on the wrong night for a dinner party. Mr. Kolenkov tDoug Bolton? points out flashes of fireworks as other partygoers tJanice Bowen, Mike Crook, Paul Beals! look on. 2. Cheering for the girls football game are Jim Salwosky. Morgan Goodwin. Tim Compton, Steve Gation. Gary Long. Rick Stahl and Scott Hall. the adorable powderpuff rally. 3. Assisting in arousing school spirit by partici- pating at the poster party are Rhonda Thronbrue and Jennie Going. 4. Flora Knox and Kelly Gorham eagerly strike a pose on Halloween Dress-Up Day. 5. Underelass powderpuff coaches Bob Skrondal and Alex Hoffert discuss one of many scoring plays with JoAnn Rojas. 6. Looks of shock appear on the faees of Penny and Vanderhof fLisa Johnson and Jeff Gorhaml as Mrs. Kirby tJulie Shultzl informs them that she isa spiritualist. FALL ACTIVITIES 15 .., "' 1. One of Tigard's promising gym- nasts, Jann Peterson, prepares to make her next move on the uneven bars at annual gymnastics assembly. 2. Searching for a missing set of wheels are Roller Derby originators Tim Compton and Jim Slawosky. 3. The blind leading the blind is Jeff Gor- ham and Sue Richardson, two seniors involved in the Cl blind experiment. 4. Tigerettes finish off another popu- lar dance at a pep assembly. 5. Ti- gard High was honored again to have Wynton Bunnel and lfrank Baker, representatives from the American Cancer Society, present a smoking assembly. -gr k 1 QM .15 Hi- 16 FALL ACTIVITIES " HOMECOMING Spirit IH the Sky suffers usual Homecoming rarnout Spirit in the Sky represented a week long schedule of events and rain soaked the traditional football game for Homecoming week 1975 To start the week was the annual Battle of the Sex es The girls volleyball team beat the male social studies teachers 2 I after two consecutive years of defeat On Tuesday Charles King brought spirit and enthus iasm to the student body King 1S a black religious singer who travels around the country performing assemblies Wednesday night was the powderpuff football game which attracted a good portion of the student body The performance of the varsity football team as Tigerettes brought much laughter from the on looking crowd ln the game the sophomores and juniors defeated the seniors'22-18. Spirit from the sky soaked another Homecoming event as the bonfire burned slowly Thursday night. How- ever on Friday at the pep assembly students cheered and threw an amazingly large amount of confetti. The evening events started with the car rally which was held on Main Street in Tigard. First place went to Mike Crook for the most original car while Nancy Oster- hauts took second for most spirited. The third place honors were claimed by Ferd Alexander in his Malibu for the loudest car. After the game the week was ended with the Home- coming dance as Skyline Express performed. Q..-summit M ski vga Qijox be x N N XG? A M TT F? ,if S L ae 3 1' .,.-c,..,,,,,.....,,.-oe'1! Q U 'E "Q NOVEMBER Thanksgiving vacation caps slowing November weeks The third shortest month of the school year Novem- ber started off with a teacherrn service day which was the first of several holidays for students throughout the month On the morning of the Sth the Division of Health Services and the Seventh Day Adventist Church pre- sented THS with a smoking Clinic Assembly This started the beginning of a week long program to reinforce those who did not smoke not to start and to encourage smokers to seriously consider quitting Classes were held during the day for students and in the evening for adults. Both were well attended with 20 students and 19 adults receiving certificates of completion On November 26 the drama department put on the annual Student-Faculty One-Act Plays held during lst and 2nd periods. The first play was a comedy called Thirty Minutes in the Street directed by Mary Soares and Julie Spear which was followed by The Monkey s Paw directed by Diana Grogg and Linda Hanby. The crowd s favorite Parted on Her Wedding Mourn a melodrama which was directed by Rhonda Thornbrue and Tammy Gedney ended the assembly. The plays were well attended by students faculty and also parents of the cast. The month ended with the traditional four-day Thanksgiving weekend giving faculty and students alike another always welcome vacation. FALL ACTIVITIES 17 ,,,.,.-s'l"' SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS: Steve Schultz, treasurerg Kate O'Halloran, publicity manager, Curtis Grund, vice-presidentg Terri Hass, secretary, T Hermanson, president. -,if Sophomores enter THS as largest class The largest sophomore class entered Tigard High armed with new requirements for graduation and spirit to match their junior and senior counterparts. The 480 pupils began by changing the titles for their traditional class offices from president to chair- man CTodd Hermansonj, vice-president to activities director fCurtis Grundj, secretary to communications director fTerri Hassj, treasurer to treasury director fSteve Shultzj, and class representative to publicity director fKate O'Hal1oranj. The class of 78, through a miscalculation, left their com- pleted Homecoming float in a garage on the day of judging, and therefore it was fondly referred to as the "float that sunk." 1 8 SOPH OM ORES Homecoming was not a complete loss for the sophomores, when: they along with the juniors, defeated the seniors in the annual girls powderpuff football game. The sophomores ran second to the juniors in the canne food drive held during Christmas week. The spunky rooks als finished the year in a strong second place in the class competi tion, once again to the juniors. One of the major obstacles that confronted the new clas were the recently implemented graduation competencies, tha created confusion but were directed at giving the students, start ing with the group of '78, a better overall high school education- P-A H.-'va sf Jerry Aasen Lori Abraham April Adams Steve Anast Cheryl Anderson Doug Anderson Mark Anderson Rachel Anderson Mike Annanie Gregg Arnason Barb Ashcroft Cathy Ashenfelter Robert Bade Debbie Buggenstos Sandy Baker Dawn Banta Fred Barlow Brian Barth Kathy Bauer Kathy Bauerer Dana Baxter Shawn Beck Cari Becker Talena' Becraft Byron Beebe Nancy Bell Beverly Berning LeAnn Billiek Debbie Blakely Marie Boso Jeff Bouman Janis Bowen Curt Bradfish Scott Brannan Lori Brawand Steve Brewer SOPHOMORES 19 ophomores - Tim Brewer Curt Brusson Holly Brinegar Eric Bronson Terry Brooker Becky Brown Kim Brown Steve Brown Tamara Brown 3 IHS Karen Brugaio Dick Bruminett Traci Bryan Denice Bryant Laura Burgess Diana Burke Michael Burke Dave Burley Cheryl Calandra fa' Z David Cappooen Joy Carey Tammy Carey Ed Carlisle Scott Carter Shari Case Sally Chapman Dwayne Chaput Bradley Charers Tani Chinn Cindy Christensen James Christenson Dan Clark Darrell Clark X. Jeff Clark Jeff Clark X Misse Clark N' V' i Mike Clark 61 Ch ,X ,Sellers Dave Claw son Shawn Cole Dan Conway Bob Cookson Karen Coolman Brenda Cox Tom Cox Trin Cramer Wanda Cranford jr 19.1 ff., ' 'Q ,E Nancy Craughan Rhonda Crews J on Crist Linda Crowder "' Gina Crowe Joe Cunningham Cindy Cuprisin David Dahl Connie Davis fr 5 20 SOPHOMORES d+Qw M-'mums '-Q fe YUQQW N cm if CQ gr ,X ul A-.F nvfxq, :I-'01 'bfilbva ELQAEO 3525- UU51: S2-JC-If-1 "1 21:5 -Ju Q. :'2 552 r"51M :gg aw FDCITZE '-1-F3-U' 5-: Hmm 'UUE f"'QJ"' Q22 FU, 5.2m -QHO FDCDCQ H32 2121, 'K cn ig: QF? v-3 WUI gun Vain-1 vvxpg, QW :BQ sing, A F A ,,.: Q im, 2 X. M1 , A Nb sg, ' if A Q' ' Q A Oi gg" , ., 1 , -c ' J! f , , , ,K - 1 . X I I '-vw 1 f I it Qi V454 D L X I , 4 'X 'F' ,, f ' 2 ' MA A K, " ' N SOPHOMORES 21 ophomores oft ...A-vi' . Deep thought is evident on Steve Brown s face as he thinks up another basketball trivia question for teacher Cliff Shelton. 22 S OPH OM ORES Juli Dawley Robin DeRidder Joanna Dean Lynette Dickliouse Darla Dickson Betty Diehl Beth Dieker Tania Dmytryshyn Diana Donner Mary Ann Douglass Linda Doyle Lisa Dreeszen Karen Driver John Duff Gary Duffy Steve Duncan Tom Duncan Lydia Dupraw Dan Durrett Karen Duvall LeeAnn Dykes Jeff Elsasser Linda Emerson Deborah Erdt Scott Erickson Suanne Erickson David Evans Lee Evenson Debbie Farris Terrie Fast John Fay Gulner Fazal Elden Fenison Melissa Ferry Marina Fiorante Kim Fisher Nick Fleming Sandy Fletcher Doug Foster Chandra Freeman Paul Frost Jesse Galvan Cheri Ganoe Mindy Gates Steve Gation Theresa Gavin Anita Getsingcr Mark Gibson Alison Gilliam Pat Glenn Warren Golden Morgan Goodwin Rachel Goodwin Dixie Graf SOPHOMORES 23 Mike Graham Cecilia Green Tom Greenwood Karen Gregory Diana Grover Curtis Grund Tracy Guyer Tim Haag Martin Haddock Sue Haddon Dennis Haggslrom Karen Hagopian Scott Hall Ronya Hall Cindy Hamilton Daryl Hammond Linda Hammond Cindy Hansen Susan Hanson Doug Hanson Jim Hanson Jeff Harlan Linde Harp Susan Hart Terri Grace Hasuike Bart Haunsperger Brett Haunsperger Marta Hausottcr John Hazard Debra Hazlett Steve Hedgepeth Cathy Heermans Kirk Held Jeff Herbert Todd Hermanson Ward Higgins Aiine Hildick Robin Hollenhors Kevin Huebler J. B. Hughes Joe Hughes Dennise Hullet Brad Hulquist Alan Hummel Rocky Hunt Brenda Huntley Jim Huntley Philip Irish Carie Isabell Jaelynn Jackson Tammy Jackson Craig Jacobs Linda Jacobs 24 SOPHOMORES Trix F Steve Hedgepeth p1rt1u1pateQ III the Water drmkmg Lontcst during the dub spmt assembly 3' N 3 A 41 . ,X 'F k X JI xx-4 x . 1 . A ' ' A Y ' . SOPHOMORES 25 WE Xuvlav 4' Am.. P 5 as y 'Nm -Q F' 3' Q54 'Mggviiif sh ,Av 3,52 'iaxqi fr-Pm VJ X J' HMV Q ,iv 21 5 'ww P' wr' , av.. W and study 'G N N 1 ' 'if if Q4 1 ' L- A 5, E51 1 ' , A 19" A fi 4' 1 4- jikfl . ' e'fs gf.,fe' , -f 1'::'f,- . 1 f2'3r5 - f'f - Q: 'i Vw .. W Mr . ,.-.,. ,- , ,,-' ,fi g smfi if- F" L xli321.1l'5f,if9iV.1"?' .4255 ' ., fm Q A . , .6 fi.-fu m '-" K M .- xdvliy ' J - J' 3Q,, f- ,, ,kk 4 . , - Q-L.-b-- 7 ' 'T ., 3. vi Fl , 45 Q , Q .mf 5 'ff.'i'g'-31: gig V I , -'-' Marta Hausotter uses her resource mme to flI1lShZ1SS1gH1'HCl1TS 26 S OPH OM ORES ophomo res Denis Jacobsen Mike Jeffs Darcy Jenkins James Jenkins Belinda Jesenik Greg Johnson Kirk Johnson Lori Johnson V Mavis Johnson Phyllis Johnson Dawn Jones Delane Jordon Rick Kain Patty Kalweit Tiger Karr Terri Keith Kelly Kellenbarger Dan Kelly Lee Kelly Connie Kennedy Patsy Keuler Allen King Paul King Mike Kirkland Connie Kling Gary Koch Kay Kramer Matt Kressley Deanna Kroo Timm Kruger John Kuhn Leslie Laing Matt Lambeth John Latter David Laughlin Greg Law Nathan Lawrence Bob Lawson Danny Lawson Debra LeNormand Phil Leavy Karen Lee Laura Leger Sherry Legoo Jeff Lehman Joe Lenow Teresa Leslie Linda Leth Cindy Light Mike Lindberg Dale Lockwood Brett Long Gary Long Jennifer Long SOPHOMURES 2 7 ophomores Teresa Long Dean Longfellow Dana Lorence Lori Loughncy Andrea Low 45 1 Janet Lyon Debbie Mackey Alan Madland Glenn Mahaffey QW X Karen Major Matt Maleta Lynn Mallicoat Lori Mallory Paul Matney f Dave McBride Q 9. 'S' Paul McClellan I ' A Kelly McComas I X if Mike Mefoy ij y ft -, , Shawna McCulloch Laurie McDaniels Bertha McFarland Julie McFerran Pat McGrady ,Nl f Kelly McKay Shannon McMongle - Dan McNamara Minor Meador ' 'Va lx Sheree Medley Nancy Memovich Karen Meskel Matt Meyer Tim Miller Rick Minton Carol Minyard Debbie Mitchell Abe Moak 1' xfse Cassie Morris Tim Mosier Heather Mullins Margaret Murphy Rick Murray xy y . L . Ron Murray 1- V f Greg Myers ' A 1 Terry Myers - John Naylor ' , AQ Clint Nelson Debbie Nelson Diana Nelson Susan Nelson Dan Nichol Joy Nicholls Kathy Niemi Dennis Nisbet Mike Nogle 28 S OPH OM ORES 'Y 'Z' id F-Q1 Therem G 1v1n und Nhke Gordon parucxpdte IH a Lupe Suence Shdklflg L1 nnxture of dnt and Water :rib ,. X 3' J -1 . in , , In M Mu V ' i' -W 7, Ar, Q A ,, H .Au- ... A i N ,, ' - -X, ,, . U, J I n 'lf . A -,."'-A' i ' NB :X I- , ,- f' ' , ' - - V' , i. L I L ly D , ' ' , ' ' C experiment to find the percentage of silt, clay, and sand by ., . . . , , , , , X I 1. s X z r .rf X. - - SOPHOMORES 29 T1gard H1gh s lone pubhc telephone 111 the mam buddmg gets a lot of use durmg the day as students hke Debble Baggenstos make calls durmg lunch and free per10ds 30 SOPHOMORES Sophomores 'Ziff Cleve Nyberg Jean O'Connor Kate O'Halloran Jeff Odell Susan Ohanesian Linda Olds Sonja Olson Kim Osborne Gail Parlette Owen Paterson Tanya Peachey Lisa Pennington Heidi Perry Jann Peterson Gretchen Pfaffle Jim Philley Mark Poppert Rick Porter Shari Portinga Lynne Post Sharon Pottert' Rose, Powers Janet Pykoncn Nancy Quarles Pat Ouinn Julie Randell Cathy Rasmussen Nick Rawlings Betsy Rawls Warren Recscr Susan Reidt Vicki Reiter Becky Remillard Bev Reynolds Bob Richardson Brenda Richardso Lani Richmond Blaine Rivas Sue Riverman David Roberts Janis Roberts Sharol Roberts Joe Robinson Julie Robinson Jeff Rogler Leanna Roll Joy Roscnquist Judy Rosenquist Gary Roshak Kathy Ross Tom Rossiter Denise Runyan Shari Ryland Randy Sage SOPHOMORES 31 Nancy Salmon Connie Sanders David Sanders Rick Sands Julie Sargant LisAnn Saxe Kurtis Schiffbauer Terry Schiffbauer Marty Schmidt Randy Schmidt Bernie Schockelt Scott Schultz Steve Schultz Randy Schuyley Tim Scott Wanda Scott Chuck Sears Tom Senor Daryl Shaw Rhonda Shearer Mark Sheldon Cory Sisk George Skinner Suzy Slemons Becky Smith Janell Smith Jeanette Smith Marcia Smith Richard Smith Douglas Sommer Vicki Soule Mike Spencer Jerry Sproul Brian Stantill Lori Stanke Tamie Stevens Mike Stevenson Ian Stone Patti Lu Sturm Diane Sudlow Ann Sutter Judy Swank Raelene Sweatt Lauri Tabert Steve Taylor Florence Thomas Brad Thompson Bill Thompson Janet Thompson Brian Tipton Glenn Tisdale Susie Tominac Anita Tornblad Roger Tower 32 SOPHOM ORES 3 'N Beth Watt and Judr Whrtmore tm therr hand at a Nlewland Alphabet rn frrst year ealrgraphy Dorng thrs alphabet alda the Student lrter on bv grvrng them a better perspeetrve of the letters X. . AN C' Q A . 0 - ,f w fgg -gain Q, L vs r ., t lttt ef V Q 5 ,,.Q,,., - A xl: A X- ' f ' ' 3 V ' , . , 54 J , 1 iv ' A wr ' 1 ' . 1 I . Z t ' ' ' ' SOPHOMORES 33 41 'ij if 1 Q5 446 Maur-NG ti fra ophomores CPL-4631, if 1- Arnold Clark fOceanography s own mad screntrstj works on a project where he attempts to extract a new source of fuel from seawater whrle Terrr Hass and Peggy Tldunan conduct a Lrfe SCICHCC experrment SOPHOMORES 'U s! f 'Y y 1 X f X, PD cv- 'Y Marc Woodard Jenny Worley Randy Worsech Chuck Yock Rose Marie Zorn Bruce Towers Larry Turner Peggy Tydeman Duane Url Kevin Vaughn Tom Volpe Fred Von Hagen Leslie Wade John Wagner Beth Watt Sue Waye Debbie Webster Scott Wenlund Joe West Terry Westfall Bruce Westrick Judi Whitmore Tom Widman Valerie Wilken Janice Wilkens Angie Williams Joy Williams Teri Williams Lauricc Williamson Randy Wills Bobby Wilson Marie Wilson Norma Wilson Vaughn Wilson Larry Womack 36 WINTER Y, SAX, Q .N fy. I M 1 Q X-, U X nf, h 'IW'-U TX INN J y xi- 1' ' " ' + xx W. N 1 I F N' . ', 3, x N4fi4',f' j f' . ff, MB , Q X , 'W 'Y M 1 k xx Qx' .L . 1 4, lm- ,K , QM ' A af ' ' .-N A ,ff Y X Q 'O K' X XE' 3 '1 M6 SX , "K iff " ff M ' ' ' -2- ' V A W , ' '-1 4, 'n ' ' N ' xx ' " ff f ' ,f'9J" . - f ' J T LL?" fy Ni! ff? I A , 3 A I x N ' "Q my W4 Z 1 X- Xggfff ' S M20 X l I K5 !A,fRk,x, M, xr K ,li V! A , ,, M if A 1 f ,K-f an Q1 H f 235, Winter a Slender needles of the pine From the branches sway To hold the beauty of the clouds Tiny raindrops come to stay Raindrops are only . . . tiny mirrors hanging from branches emulating our reflection in truth bringing us closer to life WINTER 3 7 Mx ,wr--Y If Q- . . DECEMBER Chrrstmas season brrngs many concerts, programs December was frlled wrth the essence of Chrrstmas splrrt as students celebrated the oceasron wrth several actrvltres The choral drama Chrrstmas program was held on December 4 The Concert and Swrng Cholrs performed along wrth the dr lma department who put on the heart warmrng tale of The Lrttle Match Grrl Durrng Chrrstmas week decoratron of the halls was qurte a srght The junrors won wrth a scene of Mr and Mrs S Claus executed rn a showcase A Chrrstmas play drnner W IS grven by the Thesprans wrth two one act plays presented by thrrd year drama students The drnner was served to a large turnout of people to rarse money for the club The fun assembly was the hr hlrght ofChr1stmas week as Manny MeGladrey Callas Santa Clausj gave presents to varrous teachers Thrs year a new technrque was used to prck the queen to rergn over the Chrrstmas dance As prrncesses Suanne Enckson Rachel Goodwrn Suzanne Burgess Jo Ann Rojas Karen Hedgepeth and Rhonda Thornbrue were seated they were each handed a box and requested to open rt as the assembly ended Upon openrng her packave Rhonda Thornbrue dlscovered that hers con tamed the crown makrngher the 1975 Chrrstmas Queen For the 5th and 6th year Tlgard and Lake Oswego had a battle to see who could collect the most cans of food for the needy Lake Oswego won wr th about 7 OOO cans whrle Trgard collected a mere 2 OOO to 3 OOO cans Breakrng up the sprnt durrng Chrrstrnas week was the confusron of Arena Scheduling Plans for an entrrely open arena of 1977 were cancelled due to contlrcts u 38 WINTER ACTIVITIES H y 1. 6 'ar , 5 r fl 49 v Ar 4, . 7 7 X , v-why f lx-.Y . , M .fvifkugf 5 EM ol? . is .4' JG 9126 'ggyel' 9 iv 1. Denise Hullet and Dune Coles rehearse 11 clriimutic scene from the pltiy "Tom Sawyer" which was presented in January. 2. The Swing Choir performed nt vzir- ious places during December. 3. The 1975 Christmu Court con- sists ot' Princess Suunne lprick- son. Princess JoAnn Rojas. Queen Rhontlu lhornbrue. Prin- cess Karen Hedgepeth, Princess Sue Burgess. and Princess Rtichel Goodwin. 4. Varsity Rally mem- bers Michelle Lopez. Jo,-Xnn Ro- jas. Surah Knriuss. :ind Sue lish- er do ai dance to entertain the crowd during halftime. 5. Minor Meador is thrown oft' beat hy l'Blcecher Burns" Jim McGuire. Kelly Gorhiirn and Rick Stahl. ff 1 'QS' it get I fa '- X .47 I L JANUARY Vandals inflict 354000 damage to high school After spending two long weeks away from school for Christmas vacation students came back to shining halls waxed floors and vandalism in the office AV room and teachers lounge. Damage was said to have totaled S4 OOO. After a complete police investigation two men from Portland were apprehended and accused of nearly 30 area school break-ins. Fourteen drama students were involved in the ten events of competition at the University of Portland speech and drama festival. It was the largest in the state with over 800 students participating. Tigard students placing in the final rounds of competition were Jeff Gorham, first in improvisation, Kathy Hanneman, first in music performanceg and Hollie Geilmann, taking hon- orable mention for oral interpretation. lt was also the peak time for skiers. The beginning of the season was a slow one, but in January things started looking up for the THS Ski Club. "Skiing this year was great but crowdedf' remarked an avid skier. January was also a month for planning for those sen- iors wishing to further their education. Representatives from state, private, and out of state colleges visited Ti- gard, giving information and applications to those inter- ested. All branches of the services were also present to familiarize students with new careers and fields of study. 40 WINTER ACTIVITIES CHILDREN S THEA TER Mark Twain s Tom Sawyer chosen for winter drama The childrens theater production for 1976 was the stage version of Mark Twain s famous adventure story Tom Sawyer The four main characters of the story were Tom Sawyer fDane Colesj Huck Finn CM1k6 Crookl Aunt Polly fSue Rivermanj and Tom s girl friend Becky Thatcher CDen1se Hulletj The character of Mark Twain was added by THS drama director Larry Daw Paul Beals as Twain acted as narrator of the play The actors had seven weeks of rehearsals and a final week of mn throughs before the Friday and Saturday performances The total set consisted of 126 scene props and mov- able set pieces, which caused a large problem in changing from set to set in the allowed time. The members of the cast worked it to perfection only one day before the first performance. One of the most attractive sets was the one of the cave on Jackson's Island, used as a hide- out for Tom and two friends. It took about three weeks alone to complete this major set. Doug Bolton, assistant director for the play, said, "The production, technically and theatrically, was pre- sented very well, the cast was very cooperative, and I enjoyed assisting Mr. Daw in directing itf' The play was presented in honor of the bicentennial and overall was a good production ofa classic. 5 5,1 Q.- 7 SST K v. t- -.X- 1 5:1 -fr.: 5 X , 53.5 . i .ff , ' A f Qin: s 'r fiftifff A A , 1 of' -id, - , - 'i ' A , , . figofg , vi' 4, ' ' " ' . ' if Kia-, ,SKI 90,7 K K f wt 'rw ' 1 3 K s I nc 4 f V A ' L ,' .f v in ' , '.,. '1-A A X ' i .1 x,kA ' Af f ,f . -s A -5., 4' A .Tiff ,f fri I ' W F 3 7 4 X wma I 4415, , , 'fic' l. Student delegates representing the 50 states came from Oregon. Washington, and California to THS for the Demo- cratic party's 1976 election platform. 2. Tom and his schoolmates watch as Susan Harper tlaelynn Jackson? tries her luck in a spelling hee. 3. Mark Twain, por- trayed by Paul Beals. opens the Tigard High Children's Theatre production of "Tom Sawyer." 4. Tom Sawyer tDanc Colusl explains to his buddies the fun they can haw being Notorious Pirates. . K. Klisrfj 'wg-f 'IJ 'R f' ss?- 'Vf' M X 33' rr r X rr U In ,rf " .ef rfm fxrel " in A . Q , ,ga 2 '54 J, 4 ,,, ,xg yi 5 4 s s- .Mt fig? '-15 ,at ,' 1-'gm' ' 'Q A g ffm 3,-z.,.,ws Q 15.6" v fe :sn ff! aw sa, "fd ii, .Ht 'H lit' K ' I N, T, , L TP: -ig' x 'UL gf 7 J , ' , K ,,1..u K YK 1 , lv , at ' .nw-R K -,.w1,k W . V I 'S 'f '.--.gf ff' ' 5 mv- K ' Q.. ' Y ' ,f rf 57' -K' 1 x - ' .5 " , 1 f ' , - ' Ss T ,f 13,11 ' - H, W' 'F' "' '- v f f Q ' ' K Y ' s. -X ." Mu, S s si: r, . i . . A www- P f - - , ku, . ' I K K Ks. K1 . fsc k .K kkek Y -f - " "51... -- K, 4 - f K je ' M 415, KA-K 'K v 1 ' .K .. g H .. , S T ' A t,-,,4,,:gy,..9-i , A ' 'JM - .. 1 ' ,ggf ssggfft' 'Z fg,'Q.1 21-'fry ' df-f -0- A' fe 'f .-ff M N-wr 'N' .1-fast-'wsff - on I. AMY gnopsims 1 -L, . .,. W' WINTER ACTIVITIES 41 sk X as me AL A ,sl 5 -1 -11-'- ' . " " if ,- l. Master of Ceremonies Connie Sproul introduces the guest speaker at the Winter Sports Banquet. 2. Foreign language students Robert Bade, Matt Meyer, and Deb- bie Erdt participate in the crepeaeating contest at the Club Spirit Assembly. 3. Sampling a tasty goodie at the February ICC Festival is sophomore Sue Riverman. 4. Science teacher Alan Rolfe is afraid to look while he gets his blood pressure checked on Health Day. 5. Smiling victoriously, Eric Dacklin raises his cream pie covered face. 6. "Bleecher Bum" spirit comes alive at a basketball game. 7. During the Spirit Assembly, "Bleecher Bum" Jeff Gorham, along with others, attempted to outdo the Pep Club in trying to get the most people into a Volkswagen, ka., tx 'J FEBRUARY Spirit Week, Health Day top Kussworm month agenda February began with numerous groups throughout commumtres across the natlon collectmg money for the Guatemala Rehef Fund The contrrbuuons went to pur chase med1cal suppl1es and food for the survrvors ofthe earthquake that devasted the small country and krlled tn excess of 2 O00 people The thlrd week of the month was Club Splflt Week It started wlth an assembly IH wlnch clubs sponsored several amusmg contests for class compeutton The Jun 1ors came out vrctorrous m all but the balloon shavmg and crepe eatlng contests where the sophomores proved to be faster Semors on the other hand had trouble gathermg enough part1c1pants to be competltlve Next the Great Escape Talent Show took place on February 18 Approxlmltely half the student body es caped from thelr f1rst and second perlod classes to attend The show had some weak spots but a few stronger acts made the show worthwhrle and most of those who saw nt enjoyed rt Towards the end of the week was the ICC Festrval Several clubs partlclpated ln the day long event wrth a balloon dart throw sponsored by the Roller Derby Club for the more competltlve students Other clubs sold var lous types of food whlth dlsappeared rather qurckly The second annual Health Day ended the month of February There was a sltghtly better turnout th1s year wrth a llttle over half of the student body attendmg An exhlbrtlon took place IH the gym relatmg to drfferent areas of health w1th a karate demonstratlon as the hlgh hght Most all of the classes were lnterestlng and stu dents that dld attend enjoyed them MD WINTER A CTIVITIES 43 FN ,. H , ,s by - i 215 .. , I at -1 ' K Z a, .S 4 a. .'Ws::i.:"? ' A " 'i X gt "j .ggi . j 1 i V5 v A . A- W '.. A jf A.. V. A 1 - 'Se f V . " i . . fn- by .4 . wk, - 'B' - :4 ' ' A Q . na" A A' x i -as -!'C1 Gffuyday' - it pt tt- JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS: Brenda Anderson, treasurerg Joanne Barnes, secretaryg Mike Crook, class representative, Erin McCulloch, presidentg Rick Hooten, sergeant-at-armsg Linda Becker, vice-president. uniors rate as top class in spirit The juniors finished the 1976 school year as the number one rated class based on the spirit shown during the canned food drive, Homecoming and related activities including class compe- tition and Christmas hall'decorating contest. The class of 77, along with the sophomores, sponsored a successful talent show, titled "The Great Escape" in February. The highlight of the show was Yolanda and Marta Hausotter singing '6By My Side." A skit by Kip Stevenson and Jeff Gorham also added to the enjoyment. The junior girls, teamed with the sophomores to from the un- derclass Powderpuff football team,made history by defeating the 44 JUNIORS seniors 24-18 in the annual fall classic during Homecoming week. The spirit of 77 really showed up during basketball season as the boys in the class formed the highly successful and contro- versial 'gBleecher Bums." Armed with white paint hats, confetti, and megaphones fat timesj, index fingers, and the chant L'You, You, Youi' the bums aroused the crowd and boosted spirit for the varsity basketball squad. Representing the junior class in student government were president Erin McCulloch, vice-president Linda Becker, secretary Joanne Barnes, treasurer Brenda Anderson, sergeant-at-arms Mike Crook and class representative Rick Hooten. ,of 1 if A ,IL I sf-2 fr ,aug 'Q lv Y-L7 J ,ff AF -559' , b , 'V JUNIORS 47 1 : ffff:f4::23l'f-1 f- W . -. ,. , -- . ,- k ' ,ir , I., ..M1k:5,I35I:.a4 ,. ,:,k5'f.g1,Qg:l.,:-, .. , . -X ,,.. . X 1. X X E A -ev 'ik I ily. 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'Q' as X.-, 1" 'Q ,rf ,0- gm rv JS NL., 'Wm K. S. is X E fb- 'v X ? -:fx fv- .pw -9- -UQ -9 .x '1 Qu ,v 'A ,ef -rx x 'KHP' Yn- Fl X :av 'A X Rldx Qrlllll .iddb bpmt to unc oi Tlgdrds home bklxkclbgll Amos bx pL1x11wh1s uombcmc xx 1th the pep bglllkl A, L M ig Fix J g f n ' f' 51 i' 0 f s ,. N , 'lg , ERN Q V .TJ X s xxx If Tx X K . Tim Compton. roller derby Co-captain. found club easier than learning Lo skate. W JK fwwmmv,-..w-4.-.,..., A .-.W ,W , , I WX Q 1 3 ,Jn K .- ' , ,-Q:yfz . 355 ig W f xkggw organizing the K . .-wr Q IJ ff: s'?1x-f"'1Qr 'W' 1 '23 3 'i ., fr ,Q .... a s Q A if H Cr 971 4' qs x an Y ff' 'S- wx I. 0 'fm Swv fr i 2 1 , I ,ff X 5- 'A 'Q A fa .L-""' f xl , K Us "' Ji' ,.. 'K f?I"ff i 2- 1 A , K f X :QQ w'-Lf---If " lhlwff f , f' -1 x V. .L p 45 'V 'f5.,i'fAi H04 1 1f -A ff 2 si. v H " -' i f 1 , ft w.1sif11l'5i 6 1 X " f n.fH' 1K1 ix 58 SPRING , 9 1 6 i - Q . X Q Q I f pring Turquoise made mountains tangerine skies apple gold meadows where the wizard abides Emerald deep plains bronze orchards shown bright pastel colored rainbows which give us our light. Bushes sweet laughter trees that can walk children that sing with the flowers that talk Indigo wheat fields burnt sienna stars a sun wrapped in silver that seeds wisdom afar The green pebbled path through forests red cloak down canyons of purple to this wizard of oak Clouds brushing our cheeks waves gentle hands thunder soft and mellow raining amber sand Where peace is abundant a world - love inborn the wizard of lovers exiles man's bestial scorn SPRING 59 MARCH Students begm fmal term, pray ra1n Wrll turn to sun Much ma1ked tl1e beg111n1ng of sp11ng Wllltll was soon followed by a mass n11grat1on of students to the lawns and s1dewalks outs1de the school bu1ld1ng The11 act1v1t1es 1ncluded PISCISIOIT fr1sbee throwmg f1eestyle skateboardmg for the danng and just soakmg 111 the sun for those who wanted to 1elax Tl1y Band a Chr1st1an contemporary rock group pe1forn1ed at an afte111oo11 assembly 111 Ma1ch Group members Bfldll Buckley Jeff Haag Matt Meyer and Jeff Johnson were accompamed by T1m Woster The group presented a message fOl these th 1t wanted to l1sten wh1ch was bIOL1Ul1l forth Wllh good IHUSIC and lyr1cs wr1tte11 by graduate Jeff Johnson Allyn Jackson w1nne1 of the l975 state solo compe t1t1on was unable to defend hls tltle for 1976 when he was suddenly hosp1tal1zed and taken to Stanfo1d UHIVCI s1ty for treatment of osteosarcoma tbone caneerl Due to he1vy expense T1g1rd students got together and fd1SCd funds to send to Allyn TlllOU hout the next school yea1 Allyn w1ll be L11lCl6ID0lllD chemotherapy tre 1t111ents to prevent lL1TlllCI cancer spread fOI bllkcls wl1o could h lldly wut to et ahold of then 10 spctds 1nd txke oft tor the country The B1lse Club proved actwe l.l'1lS ye ll W1tll1llOIC than 'O students lIlVOlVCd SPRING MUSICAL Llttle Mary Sunshme has successful run Apr1l 22 24 The Spnng Mus1cal presented by tl1e T1Ua1d H1 1 Players thas year was tl1e mus1cal melodr1ma L1ttle Ma1y Sunsh1ne The combmed efforts of d1reetors La1ry Daw and Georve Koch coordmated the sk1ll of the 60 member cast Captam B1g JIITI Warrmgton the hero 1u1d destroyer of all ev1l was portrayed by Doug Bolton and Lrttle Ma1y Sl11'1Sl11HC the sweet 1lTI'1OCClll he1o1ne was por trayed by Sandy Fletcher The three performances were presented Apr1l 22 23 and 74 to capac1ty crowds The play accord1ng to many of the cast members was a very successful presentat1on O1 a Nelson Edd1e class1c Cast member Ron Knox commented After weeks of pract1ce 1t was very grat1fy1ng to see the play so well done and so well accepted L w A U. . -. .N 3 .. 44 sw ' - -I ' I 1 1 1 'w , 3 1 ,1 1 K1 1 A 2 ' , , . D , x A , ' . s - H I I I Y 1 I 1 K 1 w V. , 1 , 'Oz . 1 1' 1 - U . . g ' ' 1 ' 'rr I O ' Spring was also Z1 time for new energy and fUlT A rf - x g 1 A- -. ,, , 2 1 , l I Y 1 1 ' ' sz- ' - 1 H L A Q! ' 1 ,, ' Q t 'gl . r . 1 1 1 44 I . 1 , A 1 - ' 79 s ' ' 1 - 1 1 D A ' 1 ' I I 1 I , , 1 f 1 , ' ., ' - ' 3 I Y Y ' 7 7 t, - - , as , 7 A 1 1 5' 60 SPRING ACTIVITIES Ar V ,t ,V 1 Vx w., ' x xg!! Qs .ir R --.....,,,, K x 4""" V l fi ll i . I -fs., I gp . Af .. -....-.-,.. --v..-.-....-..-.- -.,, , V,.f-..4.r:g,.... , ....Q.. Mi. ,- -,fa -.4 vai- rv I -qi ,gp-aag,f,,iAgg.x1 X N Y.. 27 gs f l. Allyn Jackson displays potunl pill he tgrkcx for treatment of cqrnccr to visiting THS xtudcntx during xpring vuczrlioir :rt Stanford Univcrsity lloxpitzrl. 2. Jeff Johnson 1TllS gradllntcl and soplioinorc Nlgrtt N105 cr L'IllCl'lLllIl xtndcntx Lu their group. ulliy liarmlf' pcilorrm. 3. Young ladies of the lfustclicstcr' linishing School urs .lulic Spcarr. Cindy Rein, N11m'yOxtcr- huul. lcri Xlillizrmxr .lnlic Sclrulfc. Liar Jolinwn. Linda Hgrrninoml and .lczrn Brow in u wcnc from llru Spring Nlusi- crrl. 4. Rick Pulston grml .lulic Sulrulfu bc- roinu rningriniurrlly inmlxcrl gn Cipl. Billy .lcxtcr rind Nrirruy 'lininklc in "Little Nlnry Sl1INlllI1L'.ll APRIL Senate Bill goes to defeat following student electrons Continuing with a Bicentennial theme an Old Photo Contest was sponsored at the first of the month Stu dents entered old photos rn several different categories such as unusual pose and Group or individual shot The C ity of Trgrrd was presented with a Bicentennial Flag by the Brcentennral Commission of Oregon The flag was flown with the regular United States flag downtown Tigard Again this year the annual March of Dimes Walk a thon was a success with more than 20 O00 people partr crpatrrr Close to S300 OOO was raised to ard in helping children born wrtlr birth defects Student body electrons were characterized by the new Student Union Party who had candidates run ning for every positron The Student Union Party tried to bring about changes rn student government by back ing candidates who they felt would carry out student wishes, not those of the administration. The battle for president was determined by a mere 40 votes, with DeElla Schmidt emerging victorious. Immediately after elections the Student Union Party presented the students with a Senate Bill. The Bill proposed several changes in student government, at- tempting to give students more power. There was much controversy over the Bill and it failed badly with 64 per cent of the students voting against it. Parents were invited again to come back to school for a day. They took their son or daughterls place and attended classes in their place. As in the past few parents participated but those who did found it to be an inter- esting experience. During the last week of the month AFS sponsored an International Day in which ten foreign exchange students who were living in the Portland Metropolitan area came to Tigard High for a day. The exchange stu- dents spent the day talking to different classes about the country they live in and what life is like there. In con- junction with this the AFS Club set up tables in the gym and sold food from the exchange students respec- tive countries. 62 SPRING ACTIVITIES naw' 2 " s.,51 ' mfff 'Wiz in f J. r .,. s X ual lik HERE. 2 f 4, """32lu.,.,:a., -4 E - . . ,...,- . Q ..""-:. ...g,,,.,, .,.. sw- . . . ..,.. 4, 4 !.,,,,,, W, .M i,..J are l. Little Mary Sunshine 4Sandy Fletchcrb, Fleet lfoot tRon Knoxl and Capt. Big Jim Warrington tDoug Boltonj converse during a scene from the Spring Musical. 2. Tim Compton portrays Chief Brown Bear in l'Little Mary Sunshine." 3. Following the statement, "l have nothing to hide." Rick Glanz stepped from behind the podium during his campaign speech to offer proof. 4. Forest Rangers Shane Caswell, Tom Wadkins, Tom Burg- hardt, Tim Westfall, Doug Bolton, Paul Beals, Manny McGladrey, Dick Brummctt and Rick Polston perform in Spring Musical. 5. Registering parents are Becky Anshutz and Lori McDaniel. 6. Dance teams from area schools tincluding Tigerettcsj watch competition during an assembly. SPRING ACTIVITIES 63 QQ! V! s N. .W 4' "kr --.r M4-an-Y U pgpuul""4,.' ' 'Fx 1' MMM - I i"' ,I ' Q' I 64 SPRING ACTIVITIES -N i-tif? S. luui'-if az ,fix MAY with traditional activities A great way to start otf the last full month ofthe school ye ir was the Junior Senior Prom which was held at the Benson Hotel A Touch of Class was the theme and to entertain was a popular Portland group Brothers and Friends Queen Lisa Vaughn reigned over the dance with senior princesses Sue Duncan Valli Vredenburgh and Michelle Lopez and Junior princesses Kim Bechtold and Nancy Osterhaut THS had a good turnout tor this year s Art Show where the goods ranged from hand painted doors to a dents and teachers from the Tivard schools and also community members The proceeds went tor supplies tor the art department and to p ty tor art scholarships With the help ot drnna teacher Larry Daw the home ec department put on a special fashion show lt had a bicentennial theme with tashions from 1776 1976. One event that attracted many students out to Port- land International Raceway was the annual high school draw races. Several Tigard cars were entered in thc race but no one made it through to thc finals. May Wcek was filled with fun and even a littlc excite- ment. Throu i the week various contests were set up such 'is we and banana-eating contests. jump rope 'ind hop scotch. The activities helped to ease the tension of school 'ihnost being out. The last event of both May Week and the month ofhlay xx as thc announcement ofa rather unusual court. lt consisted primarily of thc male sex and junior Brian Bricklcy was crowned King at the dance. THS school year winds down wire sculptured gravitram. The items were made by stu- r 3 x lb. w v 1 D V V I gl 1 s s N D l. Crowds once again flocked to thc annual Art Show and Sale to View and purchase works by THS and community artists. 2. Sue Hansen models some 19203 attire during the lfashion Show's look at fashion through the nation's history. 3. Ferd Alexander puts his Chevy through its paces at the High School Drags at PIR. 4. Brian Brickley was named King ofthe May Dance. 5. Jimmy Carter, presidential candidate from Georgia. made a personal appearance at the Mock Democratic Convention held at Nlemorial Coliseum, High school students from around the state gathered to nomi- nate Hubert Humphrey and Jerry Brown. SPRING ACTIVITIES 65 N wmv".-w.,,n,,.. l. Crowd of student del up-no Q mn had qv tv 5 S., fix 5 E 1.5 'Qu 5-in alms 'St egatcs at the Mock Democratic Convention eagerly await the Speech of popular Cali- fornia Governor Jerry Brown. 2. Senior Dean, Walt Johnson, doles out awards to 1976 Oregon Scholars. 3. Marc Harvey and 'lim Compton react with enthus- iasm at the Mock Demo cratic Convention. 4. Awarding the 'Concrete 'l'winkie,' to Dan Garcia are Scott 'lay- lor and Kip Stevenson. The Alternative Futures junk food award was given to Garcia for eating a bag of qv Cheetos during class for 123 consecutive days. 5. .ax--xt Manny McGladrcy. ac sings at Baccalaureate. companicd by George Koch, 66 SPRING ACTIVITIES '6 is 9 f 1- ,Y sv! r M Q ,. ,lx .X VN L: , 4 45 r: I I ' . . .... tvs , an - llyjr-A4:Ligqx4,9f,g1-Qv3rv'1x,v-3 r, 'rgn H ggi, 5, 'f'1,zj, an-gig ' -',. V' N. K ff. ' Q I ff 1"i'i"3'f"' f H?"f'Iw,3giA"' .-ILM' f"5f5.-.1f?f'if , 'iw' ' f ,I , W- fb -'Ml f-Tu--sz, 9" 'I f , w if' 1 ' f V.-rlwff.. ' '. """vQ'5P9d5J1r'7 I ' V, . W - ,L 'I - 'P 1-f- ,116-. I '-'A M' 'raw Anffv' "Z", ',.'.'.-r., .uy.u-"33sa- ' I Q- ' I' .mnym -f "41?' f"' 'ff W .Q N '. . M...,9?'3 ,.1.4-Li, ' , ' ' ,- 1 '. p '-H M1 1. rw! ,ff - '. 'N -I ww- ' 11?-rf ,, wi :vi W- I 'gf-'I .I sg.: ff-1.424 K-'1z"ffJ5b. , - f , e,'3fRw1,'f4a,g . Mr-Q-sv - .iw 4. I f" New-1-I ' 51, "iff Q NME , , xx R Y VN., Q, 1 ., W,-,iz 5 Aj' , gs, 4, ,.bV.m yy ing., . 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VJ' A .Q , I .- ' ' I 'IGh,r.,:,faff?2fi1.:,:wff- - ' a -,.yM,.,.-I Q...- , ..mQxhAgf r ,Q .xi A ' .A "' 1' A g ,,.,, b sun U' .qu as ,WWW 9 EX 'rfi:'xf15i5af I 1 uf I1 v'-Cx' dlmiklkge -f 5 1 45' If ,Wv,Ji1.3fvf.- vw' Ni .. "'. SPRING ACTIVITIES 67 Senior class officers for the 1975-76 school year were Penny Yates, presidentg Grant McCgl1och, vice-Presidentg.Carman Whitmore, sergeant-at-arms, Sue Wenzinger, secre- taryg Debby Abe, treasurer. Not pictured: Sue Richardson, class representative. Debby Abe Wayne Adams CCEJZ Dan Agun Kevin Akins ' Ferd Alexander Paul Anderegg 68 SEN I ORS Cheri Anderson Jim Andrews Becky Anshutz Becky Arnett Steve Arvidson Rose Ashcroft Teresa Askew Rosalee Ausmann Curtis Austin Larinda Bader Cindy Bako Bob Barker Marg Barter Paul Beals Sheri Belknap Tina Bidiman Neal Bieker Tammy Billick Geneva Bland Bob Bolton SENI ORS 69 fv 5, 3571 If - , Im ,Ot xx ll tt . ' S' '-v 'N Qi: 2 ? ' 'MZ 5 . 4 Q, -. . Q Xi ix , my fl! Tom Cagle Dale Cameron Andy Carlisle Thomas Carter Mary Soares uses the phone to line up sponsors for drama production programs and for yearbook ads Candy Chenoweth Tracy Chenoweth Paul Christenson Dale Clark Jan Clark CCEJZ Shelly Clayton Janice Clifford Martin Clough Robie Collier Bill Cookson Nancy Comilles Julie Cotton SENI ORS 71 Donna Cox Tracy Crossway Terie Cummins Jane Cunningham Debbie Cuprisen Cathi Cutz QCEJZ Eric Dacklin Carol Dahl Jeff Davis Laurie Davis Rod Davis Bob Dewitt David Dickson fCEJ2 Donal Dorrell Glemi Dowers Paula Dreeszen Debi Driver Glen Duff Sue Duncan fCEJ2 Julie Eggert 72 SENI ORS 45- MOVIES OF 1975-76: Jaws W A Boy and His Dog Hustle 3 Days of the Condor Sherlock Holmes' Smarter Bro ther One Flew Over the Cockoofs Nest Dog Day Afternoon Bary Lyndon All the President's Men The Sunshine Boys Robin and Marion Taxi Driver Hindenburg M Lipstick Bad News Bears Gable and Lombard Swept Away Craig Ehlers Terri Ellingsen Dale Evans Denise Farris Maureen Ferlitsch Gary Fiorante SENI ORS 73 f , A J' s iifziiilf- .' 'LN ,,..- 1. cw Y .., . W: X , ., . ',L. ,f,LL . , -,f. I W 11 L if' ' K r 4 5 ff 1 -lr .A 55 E' r 3 N . 3 N vw, , q 1 ff Y' 1 5 , x 14, 3 2 1 , "A 1 ' x ' ' 5. A ' - Q 5' ' 4-vp ,KK X Q v .ta L ,M Q m X- Q ' , ? 1 59 fn .,.. 3 .9 if 1 L 4 ,, 31 .gk 1 Y .Y, 'bex as M35 'Qu .ii .5 'Eff , . J, , , .Q ,S A " Q. 1, Q 1 x Q 2 Ui ' , , fi F .A S W be f 5 Q' fi , 3 Q 5 54" 1 'j ,Q Q, - I ' ' -2-.J ,,. W 335151 1 Q, , 1 il n Dan Gates Mary Gavin Bob Gehring Garth Geiglein Gary Geiglein Gayle Germeyer Jayne Getsinger Robyn Goaslind QCEJZ Julie Going Jennifer Goodwin Jeff Gorham Diane Graham Concentration is evident on Gary Geiglein's face as he decides his next chess move. SENI ORS 75 Doug Grant Mitch Green Su Green CCEIZ Pat Groce Diana Grogg David Grover Linda Grund Lynn Gruver Larry Guthrie CCE 12 Jeff Haag Bobbi Haas Shelly Haddock tcm Attracting attention is nothing new for Grant McCulloch and Jim McGuire 76 SENI ORS Robin Hage QCEJZ Kelly Haines Mike Hambach Laura Hammond Julie Hawkins CCEJ2 Tammy Harding David Harris Debbie Hartley Lucinda Hatcher Bill Haugen SENIORS 77 .-""' ,fit 9 g 5 1 I. V ff, ,W A 5 , If Q . , N jf. . iff Y 3 ,J ' if r . M a 1 ' . w,w,,,,. , , ,L.,mg,, P 1 1 l-I ' " ffl fl 1 1 Jerry Holcombe Kurt Hollingsworth Tim Hopson Alan Howell Karri Hughes KCEJZ Teri Hughes Julie Huntley Kevin Hutchinson Laura Imrie Matt Irby Greg Jack Allyn Jackson Nancy Jacobsen Lori Jannan Mark Jefferies Phil Johanson Jan Johnson Lisa Johnson Tom Johnson Pat Kaiser SENIORS 79 80 SENIORS Gary Keswick Debbie King Kathy Kinlock Dave Kirkland Ron Koch Leslie Koenig Cilla Kolb Janis Koon Nao Kozuka Kirk Kramer Cindy Kunz .loan Larson Steve Lawrence Julie Lee Becky Anshutz registers parents for the Parent-Student Exchange Day in April. Joy Lew Tammy Lewis CCEJZ Tom Lewis Jim Light Jenny Lindner Howard Loar QCEDZ Peggy Loff Lori Long CCEQZ Michelle Lopez ' Shannon Lowrancf Lynette Lyon Brian Macey SENI ORS 8 1 Joe Mack Kathy Manley Jeff Martin Karen McCreary Grant McCulloch Dan McDaniel Kelly McDaniel Cliff McDonald Debbie McFerran Jim McGuire Karen McKay Kathy McMillan Bob McMillan Peggy McVicker Chris McWhorter Dan Merklin Dave Merklin Gayle Meyer Lori Miller Sam Miller CCEQ2 82 SENI ORS IP? ,.., -2 , 'Zi if J R' tx 84 SENIORS Dave Murray Steve Nehez Steve Nelson Ron Nesvold Judy Newbill Bryan Nibblet Kim Nicoli Julia Nixon Luann Nussbaum CCEJ2 Mark Nortness Sarah Oakley QCEJZ Briafn 0'Connor Kevin O'Connor Julie Palm Rick Parlette Janelle Pearson David Percy Tami Peterson Glenda Phillips Ken Phillips Mike Pippin Allen Poppert Lisa Johnson and Phil Johanson await a speak- er on a controversial subject in their Cl class. SENI ORS 85 Jim Powell Gail Propst Teresa Printup Alan Provancher Donald R. Quinn III Janet Rasmussen Kurt Rasmussen Tom Rausch Cindy Rein Brad Reynolds Kathy Richardson QCEJZ Robert Richardson 86 SENIORS , fi V. r. Cars are a major interest of many students such as Alan Rogers, Paul Van Veen and Bri: Macey, who spend much of their free time in the parking lot comparing vehicles. L Susan Richardson Erin Richey Pat Rieken Cheryl Rivennan Kathy Roberts Alan Rogers Marc Robbins CCEJZ Kimberly Rolly Wayne Roos Judy Rose SENI ORS 8 7 xixgfg-If ,V fr L . "ng-i5fQfQ5EsaL.fQ '4 4 ffgggz kk ' .1 gfMp:g:,gS5, K1 - Q m..... 'ffSg'm:L www-i , . ,,,, A k ' ffl' . g,fiif?i?ifg1fj' ff A wfshg " ,f.:-W ,www f g,qgya:af6ss2if -6 Laws... 93593 .......- , , 3 43" , -uw-Q--M -' 7 4,1 L M.- v. -f,!Q..q.:s-- .,-:15.ff,:.. f. .Jn - . W. .- - .. Q' ' -, ' ' . f was K i - X . .W aff 1 2 -" iw ,L:+w1f . 'g gf, -J, .nr " i '- ,. . ,. 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Julie Schultz Dan Seelye Carol Shelledy James Slawosky o Salli Slemons .lulie Smith QCEJZ Kathy Smith Terry Smith Diane Snyder Mary Soares Heidi Soma Kristy Southard Tony Spear QCEJZ Tonyia Stafford Rick Stahl Andy Standerfer Donna Stanfill Wendy Stebbins Annette Steuryy Margie Stevenson SENI ORS 89 90 SENI ORS Rhonda Stiles Lauri Stober Gail Stonebumer Carolyn Strickler Louie Strom Barb Taennler .lan Thoennes Keith 'Thomsen LeAm1 Thompson Rhonda Thombrue John Throckmorton Bob Tominac Jan Torgesen Julie Trant Tina Trayler Karen Trumbull QCEDZ Jodi Try Bill Van Nortwick ' Ken Vandenburgh Rick Vanderhoff Lisa Vaughan Neil Vernon Valli Vrendenburgh Fred Wade Jay Waler Roy Walgren Lea Walker Larry Weber Diane Weidinger Sue Wenzinger SENIORS 91 SONGS OF 1975-76: Dream Weaver - Gary Wright , That's The Way - K.C. and the Sunshine Band Convoy - C.W. McCall 50 Ways To Leave Your Lover - Paul Simon Saturday Night - Bay City Rollers Disco Lady -Johnny Taylor Dream On - Aerosmith Show Me The Way - Peter Frampton You Sexy Thing - Hot Chocolate Oh What A Night - Four Seasons B The Way I Want To Touch You - Captain and Tennille Let Your Love Flow - Bellamy Brothers Miracles - Jefferson Starship Deep Purple - Donny and Marie Osmond Shannon - Henry Gross IWrite the Songs - Barry Manilow Lyin Eyes - Eagles Island Girl - Elton John Bohemian Rhapsody - Queen My Little Town - Simon and Garfunkel V Bad Blood - Neil Sedaka Tim Westfall Debbie Wheelon Jill White e Carman' Whitmore Andy wick - Jerry Womack 92 SENI ORS Tim Hopson, Hush Day's "Mr, Irresistible," flashes his smile that won him I3 "hush" buttons. Cheryl Zimmerman Linda Zook QCEJZ Sally Zurawski Mike Worsech Carla Wright ICEJZ Gean Wright John Wright Penny Yates John Yatsko Vance Young Gregg Zander SENI ORS 93 ,- , 5 6 f H get Q! , V if gf 15 X ig 'P l ,jf 'J Pj 9451142 ,ly K X 9 Sports The mountain we challenge our destiny be forging the cliffs toward etemity the north wind blows to spin the clouds we try to fouch above the crowds SPOR TS 95 VARSITY FOOTBALL Grrdders rmprove record, st1ll fall short of goal A more competrtrve look characterrzed the 1975 Trgard varsrty football squad but the grrdders were only able to manage a 27 record rn the rmproved Wrlco League W1th league champ Mrlwaukre takmg the state t1tle Trgard s schedule was tough from start to flmsh Wms came agamst Barlow and Oregon C1ty and close losses were suffered agamst West L1nn Hood Rlver Valley and Clackamas Hopes for a wmnrng season were shot down by rn jurres to key players mcludmg Gordy Scott Gary F10 rante and Manny McGladery Assrstant coach Don Hedgepeth sa1d lf we wouldn t have had so many rn Jurres we may have brought a wrnmng record home Scott set a school record for most receptrons rn a game fsevenj and Pete Damelson set a record for the longest krck off return C95 yardsj Semor Grant McCul loch was named as second all d1v1s1on quarterback Varsrty head coach B111 Watt commented The k1ds attrtude was fantastlc I was drsappolnted w1th the w1n loss record but consrdermg the lack of experrence 1t would have been drfflcult to do better Accordmg to Watt next year there w1ll be 20 returnrng lettermen and he feels that the season looks promlsmg JVFOOTBALL Muddy flelds halt dr1ve toward second JV tltle The JV football team coached by Dan Acker and Pete Vavrch started out the season wrth three Stfalgllf wrns before losmg to the Lakendge Pacers 8 7 The team ran therr record to 5 l 1 before loslng the last two games on muddy frelds The losses gave them a t1e for second place wlth Oregon C1ty The team effort was rmpressrve and so were the team averages The offense averaged 24 pornts a game, and the defense only allowed one touchdown a game f'The hne th1s year was pretty strong for the team sxze, and the backs were fast, so combmrng the two brought us to a wmnlng season," sa1d Jrm Grove, of fensrve back for the JV gndders X A fu' A X P fx X. r't"'w Vfllfl I P A 'g"t..g'- ' Y a Q .Y 5 vi ' F'-H, ,Vg ,,. . . . 9 7 . , . . a A FW' I . I K 3 5 9 1 ' - --if-ft 9 ' k ' 44 9 - aj 1 a ' or P - - - . v xr ' . . - F . A' , S w . . . 5 ' - . , Q . - .4 - it 7 , - vs ' ' ' I 1- , X . . 2 . 5 t 1 41444 X -41 . J is gxgffgvgg? :1 wife.. gil as pig Sgr .L --ff rk Q, 9, lis t 4 1 Wh.. if 'lik wird it , a x PM x 6 T? ski tsta ef ei ,Hgh -Q, ek .., 'S 'S fix 9 2 S- 4 '- .- if . , - K N K L. :-. 4 is . ' t E Q H ar ' 1 Q as H ,hi 1 . ' Q, l y Qt shi! t ' ' 'E .Y . A R 'I P A we ' W 55 X f sa' " ' I S1 f ,-1 . 5 Aw . A? iz Wy, b ' , 4. in e gg, 4 . at 5 'A '.t','.., 5Y .1 - 9 w f 5.5. " M-If' - ' W a l i , i . Q-'fi V2 Qi" if " "'1. x'-- f-xx 1 "'x'1. . f.,.ff ' R fo, in , Q ef? t r 9 ,N- S 1. Andy Carlisle 1291 struggles to outswim his opponent and gain possession of the ball. 2. In the process of serving to her opponents is vol- leyball player Charlotte Alderton. 3. Top male gymnast, Rick Stahl, works diligently on his floor exercise routine. 4. Tigard's front line of Gerry Hanson C75J, Kirk Held 1625, Scott Hamilton C641 and Sam Morrison C735 get set for work in the trenches against the Barlow Bruins. 5. Tigard's defense stops Hood River's offensive action. FALL SPORTS 97 s p at g E .X Sv X. ,A E Q 35 air- 'F .. .s X M X X X ss i is A X. 5551? Te 1 N 1, as ., .4 ,+m.,s... -13' N. .fuses g M s 4 A t ' ' X X 'x WATER POLO Strong offense, goalie spark team to 6-4 mark Seven returning lettennen and an all-state goalie led Tigard's water polo team to a 6-4 season and a sixth place finish in the state tournament. Tigard started their season off by beating Beaverton 14-4 and continued their winning streak with the help of many outstanding players such as Bob McMillan Stu Singleton and all state first team goalie Bernie Schockelt We did real well for a three year old team after los ing our good seniors commented Bernie Schockelt Also among this years team members were three girls juniors Colleen Smlth and Rose McMillan and sen lor Janice Thoennes Injuries this season were few with the exception of Rick Hermanson who broke h1s hand when he attempt ed to block an opponent s shot in a game at state Tigard had many outstanding games such as the wins over Barlow and Sandy 37 5 and 24 2 respectively and two wins in overtime Their success earned them a berth at state with a 2 2 record in the Northern Division Tournament Tigard placed sixth in state where the eight best teams in Oregon competed They lost their first game against Sheldon but came back to beat Centennial 104 and then fell to Cottage Grove 12 3 Tigard s overall season showed them outsconng their opponents 194 to 172 BO YS G YMNASTICS Rick Stahl qualifies for state 1n vaulting, bars The boys gymnastics team mainly made up of first and second year participants did quite well overall with a 5 5 w1n loss record The gymnasts started their practices 1n August doing Ccontinued on page 1013 7 3 9 ' 66 ' . , ,, . ,, , . ' 7 s v ' 5 . r , - 7 - - 3 , , t - . , . . ', 1,?P,:gk A L -ffrfizfdfiw, . ' . . . x 3 7 5 Q. ' ar-gigs, 2 F we ,L 1, 5.1 ,.M.:aa- 125: Q., .. .,,, . I i X i .. I I K X . t s s if , . Ai. . p 1 Q My Aw' T -f-if 3 .W ,. . .1 55 X ,bas X- A A Lev -W I .. .....ff"r'?"'Q ' Q 5 'J' 1 4? - ., 0- . X . - . Mi ,M f wfeyf V " . .. fu:.wasw":"f'h ' ,,.. -.A-..,, K+-. xx 1 Q 2 ,HEX Sv -.. .-,.c.,,,... .. .nf , L M., . if . ,, 6 sl Jn Q pm. W - A il... 5- fw' s ' i fr' 4. ' 1 '--- x .,.. , ...Q f If q K 'K G --Wi 'ie ,A .f f , 6 an Ip gil - if " g' -"' i 1 T5 refill! - f t l. Straddling the horse is sophomore gymnust Chuck Yock. 2. Kelly Kellenbarger performs her routine on the balance beam after many hours of practice, 3. Mike Nagle's running attempt is stopped by the Lukeridge defense. 4. Blocking an opponenfs spike is Tigard volley- bullist Cathy Caswell. 5. Senior Andy Standerfer helps the cross coun- try team to an 8th place finish at state meet. 6. To avoid being tripped up, Sum Morrison t73j hurdles a Barlow defender, us Gary lfior:1ntet33J fl pi., - is tackled after ta sizeable gain, 7. All-State goalie Bernie Schockelt puts i H ball back into play. Qspwkn ,. K 'N ,3i"' r 3 I L ., 1 4 at in 1 ,se 'L Q . 'Z g .J- FALL SPORTS 99 ff! 4. K K.. ...hh .,,, .V if .V V if : A x .r . A if A K 1'?5W175:'X9sf .LF 'ff .k-... at fwfiiff - . .X :QQ i .,.. ...L ., t ., K .ws 6 I ...V. A xx' wk, N- -ini' if .. . I ir f Y. 4 's 'fr sirs N .tk 5 V. . 4 . . -.Ly .kVx. ,kkk If if sv ?,m,.6ff.,n Q f -- ...ef ., N nw --... W ,Mp - . is , Z fr '.'-..- s .-.. .. I . X 1 115 ww- -f P so E!-gigeb. ' ., i ff- ,, .' ifrxvtg N-95.4. " f x rg. " T' et -wFis."'SLwiF'9' qw Q i 'GUN ,. New-x,xfHMQi " ' an , - af' Q. " l. Two of Tigard's top runners, Neal Bieker and Dave Santee lead the group of harriers on the Cook Park course. 2. Using her hands for grace and balance, Valli Vredenberg shows her skill on the beam. 3. Daryl Ham- mond t38J and Bill'Cooks0n 1391 combine to score one ofTigard's 194 season goals. 4. Tigard's running at- tempt is halted by a Hood River Eagle. 5. Volleyball team members set the ball up for an offensive smash at the net. 6. Outstanding gymnast Cindy Light awaits scores with Kelly Kellenbarger. 7. Getting ready for a rollout pass is Grant McCulloch, Tigard quarterback for the '75 foot- ball season. dmv' Y Sin QW. 6' ish' 1 00 FALL SPORTS .Jw .-,Rf sf' X., ev ' feistfkief 39 fr- 1. Q 'Mil ,J - .aff s.X M C7 Ccontinued from page 98j Well in the beginning of the season and making slow im provement as the season progressed They were scoring an average of 87 73 points per meet Out of the ten participants three Went to district At the district meet T1 ard took 6th out of the 12 teams placing 3rd in the Wilco League Marty Morlan and Bryan Nrbblet competed in floor exercise at district with 'Vlarty scoring 43 points and Bryan takin his highest score of 6 25 Rick Stahl who was the varsity all around was scoring an iverage of 36 points per meet At district he placed high in two events which qualrtred him for state where he took eighth rn vaultinv and ninth on the parallel bars GIRLS G YMNASTICS as team improves in 75 Girls gymnastics was competitive and exciting this year with a pre season prediction to lose only two of the ten meets and to score in the 85 to 87 bracket The pre drctrons materialized as the season came to a close The team consisting of three seniors nine sopho mores and a freshman were not scoring remarkably high but were scoring consistently Predicted to place third in the district meet they missed by only three tenths of a point taking fourth Being a sophomore and competing for only the sec ond year Cindy Light girls varsity all around had a good average score of 30 O0 At the district meet Cindy placed in every event which put her in contention for the state meet qualifying as an all around and in each individual event Scores continue to rise FALL SPORTS 101 CR oss COUNTR Y Seniors lead THS runners to 8th place finish This year was the seventh successful season for Tigard High's cross country with a 12-1 record. In the past seven years Tigard has only lost 13 out of their last 87 meets. One of the most skilled runners Neal Breker set the school s 5 O00 meter record with an outstanding time of 16 27 minutes Other improved harrrers were Dave Swee ney Andy Standerfer Tiger Karr and Warren Golden Coach Norm Oyler noted The key s to the season s success were the improvement in Neal Bieker over last year and the unexpected development of two sopho mores Tiger Karr and Warren Golden But the greatest factor was the fine steady performance of all the runners and the closeness of the team GIRLS VOLLE YBALL Tough competition stalls efforts for winning year Under the direction of Lee Burns the girls volleyball team could only produce a 3 12 season Lee Burns commented We re in a tough league with sity team will be graduating and next year will be a pro cess of rebuilding the team but the attitude of the girls is fantastic and that helped the team in many ways The team started out slow by losing its first three games and then picked up a win by defeating Clackamas 2 O They then gained their two additional wins in the seventh game against Rex Putnam and at their last game when they beat Reynolds 2 0 i 1 S S 5 3 2 1. Tigard runners along with Reynolds and Lake Oswego, battle throul the congestion for an early lead. 2. Demonstrating his skill on the rings sophomore gymnast Mike Burke. good competition. At the end of the year the entire var- L ti x 1 02 FALL SPORTS VARSITY FOOT BALL Hood River West Linn Lakeridge Oregon City Clackamas Milwaukie Putnam Reynolds Tigard Opponents Barlow 7 28 21 56 1 3 1 5 28 1 9 33 Season Record: 2-7-0 JV FOOTBALL Tigard Opponents 6 0 0 8 26 0 0 14 6 Barlow Hood River West Linn Lakeridge Oregon City Clackamas Milwaukie Rex Putnam Reynolds CROSS COUNTRY Oregon City Clackamas Lakeridge Milwaukie The Dalles Revnolds Barlow Gresham Hood River Centennial West Lmn Putnam Season Record. IZ I-0 8th in State VARSITY VOLLEYBALL Aloha Centennial Milwaukie Oregon City West Linn Putnam Gresham Aloha Milwaukie Clackamas Oregon City West Linn Putnam Reynolds Tigard Opponents 1 2 0 2 0 2 2 Clackamas 0 0 2 1 2 2 1 0 2 0 2 0 2 0 2 1 2 0 2 0 2 2 0 Season Record: 3-12-0 .IV VOLLEYBALL Aloha Centennial Milwaukie Oregon City West Linn Putnam Gresham Aloha Milwaukie Clackamas Oregon City West Linn Putnam Reynolds Tigard Opponents 1 2 2 0 2 1 0 Clackamas 2 1 2 0 2 0 2 0 2 0 2 2 0 1 2 2 0 1 2 2 1 2 0 Season Record: 6-9-0 Tigard JV WATER POLO Beaverton Parkrose Centennial lake Oswego Sunset Oregon City Sandy Centennial ' Opponents 10 2 9 9 14 4 4 14 13 S 9 20 10 12 8 Wilson 12 12 8 Season Record: 6-3-1 VARSITY GIRLS GYMNASTICS 83.26 79.45 78.99 89.83 88.63 91.77 94.05 91.08 91.08 Tigard Opponents Lakeridge 101 .07 David Douglas Jackson Sunset Oregon City Aloha Clackamas Reynolds Putnam Milwaukie West Linn Lake Oswego 94.21 64.58 69.82 47.41 77.83 87.27 92.38 77.64 90.36 70.45 88.05 BOYS VARSITY GYMNASTICS Tigard I Opponents VARSITY WATER POLO 97.85 Beaverton. 85,4 85.4 Centennial 34.79 Lake Oswego 83.55 Sunset 95.22 Barlow 81.25 David Douglas 100.15 Sandy 82.00 Wilson 82.00 Centennial Season Record: 6-4-0 6th in State Tigard Opponents ' 50 23 ' 17 ' ' 29 44 Tigard Opponents Lake Oswego 30 14 4 A. 50 2 Parkrose 25 ' 39 7 8 44 21 3 . I 50 9 13 . .I 36 3 7 5 - 43 4 20 3 2 24 2 , 2 2 6 3 Sea Lakeridge 107.07 David Douglas 110.62 Jackson 87.35 Sunset 73.1 5 Aloha 94.83 Clackamas 118.16 Sherwood 25.33 Reynolds 82.37 Lake Oswego 62.46 West Linn 7 .6 son Record: 5-5 Season Record: 8-1 FALL SPORTS 1 03 G!! ff, " , t 1975-76 VARSITY FOOTBALL TEAM. FRONT ROW: Bret Sorg, Randy Collins, Pete Danielson, Tom Burghardt, Gary Fiorante, Scott Hamilton, Gordy Scott, Rick Hooten, Joe Burghardt. SECOND ROW: Kurt Hollings- worth, Matt Baker, Ray Romine, Marc Harvey, Manny McGladrey, Chuck Morrison, Dave Gation, Doug Crawford, Mark Lewis. THIRD ROW: Mana- ger Dave Dougan, Mitch Green, Jeff lrish, Grant Griffith, Ben Shearer, -4,4 5975 ,Q A ,VV, sr, . l 'Bit Jim Huntley, Garth Gaglein, Shane Caswell. FOURTH ROW: Manager Ron Knox, Neil Lansing, Wayne Pizer, Gerry Hanson, Rod Walker, Sam Morri- son, Jay Waler, Grant McCulloch, Dave Harris. BACK ROW: Coaches Don Hedgepeth, Bill Watt, Ketil Moksnes, Dan Acker, Herm Schattenberg, Pete Vavich. ,4 ri f Q namflw ::r+r W S I , 1975-76 JV FOOTBALL TEAM. FRONT ROW: Joe Lenow, Mark Gibson, Bruce Westrick, Pat Glenn, Jim Grove, Morgan Goodwin, Mike Graham, Greg Johnson, Jeff Odell. SECOND ROW: Manager Jerry Burgess, Scott Hall, Greg Meyers, Dan Durrett, Steve Schultz, Mike Spencer, Rich Smith, J.B. Hughes, Curt Brisson. THIRD ROW: Lee Evenson, Matt Maleta, Timm 1 04 FALL SPORTS WW 1 Huw M 4 ,-QM, . :ws in, ,MR l ' t is s imenwlf :mmf - SIBMWOL f X WM VE L WU . p W Q r n - in fl - na HW 1 ,te -1 High t TISARUWGH .A HEARD? 5 rigkwal it HGJDHIGH gg 'W' Krueger, Kirk Held, Dave McBride, Jerry Sproul, John Fay, Terry Meyers. FOURTH ROW: Marc Woodard, Mike Nogle, Martin Haddock, Fred Bar- low, Vaughn Wilson, Curtis Grund, Mike Stevenson, Mike -McCoy. BACK ROW: Coaches Pete Vavich, Dan Acker. l 'W 5 Qi X, ' 3 1975-76 WATER POLO TEAM. FRONT ROW: Ed Carlisle, Bernie Steve Mitchell. BACK ROW: Rick I-Iermanson, Bob McMillan, Andy Schockelt, Doug Sommers, Coach Gary Leach. SECOND ROW: Tim Carlisle, Jim Slawosky, Janice Thoennes, Daryl Hammond, Bill Haag, Steve Hedgepeth, Rose McMillan, Stu Singleton, Tom Volpe, Cookson. 1975-76 CROSS COUNTRY TEAM. FRONT ROW: Cindy Williams, Greenwood, Alan King. BACK ROW: Coach Norm Oyler, Warren Diane Lamb, Karen Dutton, Beth Watt, Julie Going, Mark Pillars, Golden, Andy Standerfer, Dave Sweeney, Dave Santee, Neal Bieker, Brad Jebbia, Tim Standerfer. SECOND ROW: Brad Shearer, Doug Eric Dacklin, Bill Taennler, Tiger Karr. Morlan, Jeff Huntsman, Grant Hanson, Greg Law, Tim Mosier, Tom FALL SPOR TS 1 05 'JJ - V I if X - '--'S "" - "' , - - in , 1-1' 7 C 4 7 4- - ""lu-... A K in ,. .,..,.,. -W - .. . C K A 1975-76 GIRLS GYMNASTICS TEAM: Jann Peterson, Kristi Londbcrg, Carol Minyard, Cindy Light, Debbie Whcclon, Valli Vredenburgh, Lindsay Wade, Kelley Kcllenbargcr, Connie Sanders. 1975-76 BOYS GYMNASTICS TEAM. FRONT ROW: Brian Nibblett, son, Manager Karen Adolf. BACK ROW: Coach Dave Andress, Chuck Mike Burke, Kelly Gorham, Marty Morlan, Dave Merklin, Scott Thomp- Yock, Gene Rivas, Rick Stahl, Philip Martin. 106 FALL SPORTS fciii. .,5? .- I 3-R 49 'O 3.8 17 -E ,. , R in W E X 4 1. ,- N.. Q x ' K ' T xg if Y kd-j Xb, E 1975-76 GIRLS VARSITY VOLLEYBALL TEAM. FRONT ROW: THIRD ROW: Sue Richardson, Tracy Crossway. BACK ROW: Cathy Kristy Southard, Gean Wright, Coach Lee Burns, Cathy Caswell, Julie Roberts, Peggy Dof. Palm. SECOND ROW: Janet Rasmussen, Gail Probst, Lauri Stober. FALL SPORTS 1 07 VARSITY BASKETBALL Tigers post 17 6 record, just miss league playoffs Once again it was the year ofthe Tiger for the varsity cagers under the coaching of Royce Kiser The team improved their winloss record from 13 9 last year to 17 6 this year This was the best record in six years and a real accomplishment for the team Kiser attributed the Tigers third place position in the Wilco League to the team s unified strength excellent rebounding deadly shooting in close and from the foul line pressing good depth penetration tuntil injuries occurredj and the team s willingness to work Naturally there were weak nesses but many were ironed out by season s end Leading the team to its third place position were three key players seniors Grant McCulloch and Neal Bieker and junior Marc Harvey. McCulloch and Harvey both 6 3 forwards were especially effective with their deadly shooting and powerful rebounding. Bieker a 6 2 guard was one of the top guards in the league. These three were the bread and butter of the team and knew their responsibilities. The rest of the team played an extremely successful role in backing them up. One of the most spectacular games early in the sea- son was against second place Lake Oswego. This was a wild upset and temporarily put the Tigers on cloud nine. Another very crucial game the last one ofthe season was against Lakerid e. Although this was perhaps the best ofthe season, the Tigers lost the second place posi- tion and a chance for the final play-offs,in double over- time by a single point. f i -wi 108 WINTER SPORTS -R ,,,,,,,.,,nnu-ww - ,l L ii m a , -1' it as ta 5 1 - -fs. ir My iq x ' vw ,J .Q- ,. it 5 3 Ev ia 'NI .-Q'-.- 4 1. Ray Romine attempts to make a quick cscapc from his Rex Putnam man, 2. Contest for ajump ball ix much closer than thc final score in Tigardas I8-point win over Ncwbcrg. 3. Starting gun awaits swimincrs at thc district incct. 4. Freshman Jeff Ennen blocks a shot against Lake Oswego in JV action. 5. DeEIla Schmidt, Barb Dieker and Lon Lough- ney attempt to block an opponcnfs shot. 6. Going up for two points is sophomore player Stcvc Iledgcpcth. 'i .TJ-'1 -or 'Hifi 9' .TF-me 5' 1 tr s 5, I I 11" K Y ag 5 sz K- 1 '4 s 1 si. v 'ff I Q ,L it Q 5, ,g as HN A at 5 ta " rt 1 l. Attempting a turnover, Randy Crisman applies a crossface to his oppo- nent in a tournament at Dallas. 2. Team captain Bob McMillan receives congratulations from an opponent following his victory. 3. Mary Manley goes up for a lay-in. 4. Freshman Jeff Ennen gets Wrapped up by an oppo- nent while going for a pass. 5. Doug Silvey goes for two from the side on a JV fast break. 110 WINTER SPORTS Wes, fsev 'inn' 1 r - .1-It 1 F ' , I' J Q pas Q 'i ' , fi -.1l will 5 in in---,,.4f' JV BASKETBALL unror leadershrp paves way to JV Wrlco trtle l wlsh all seasons would go as smoothly sard Coach Herm Schattenberg about hrs JV basketball team The hoopsters fmrshed therr season wrth a drvrsron record of 11 l and a Wilco League record of 19 3 g1v1ng them the league champronshrp The JV team won thelr last 10 games m a row and came w1th1n one foul shot at the buzzer fagarnst Centennralj of wrnnrng therr last 16 rn a row At the end of the season there wasnt a team that could touch us stated Schattenberg We were very rntrmrdatrng and played an excellent defense Schattenberg also noted that hrs team was very con fldent and was the best bunch of krds he has coached He also commented that hrs team was very well bal anced and that the key to the teams success was rts Junror leadershrp Junror Crarg Londberg leadrng scorer was helped out by an outstandlng playmakrng guard wrth 100 assrsts sophomore Jun Grove The Trgers beat every team they came up agarnst rn rebounds Reboundrng was one of then strong areas usrng freshman Jeff Ennen andjunrors Crarg Londberg Doug Srlvey md Doug Crarg the quality was good but subs were excellent too The team had prrde for the word defense and Worked hard WRESTLING Unbcatcn McGladrcy takes takes state heavywerght crown Manny McGladrey led a young Trgard team by gorng undefeated through the regular season and wrnmng the state champronshrp rn the unlrmrted werght class The wrestlers wrth few returnrng senrors had to start each match wrth a deflcrt of the two lowest werght classes Durrng part of the season thrs hrndered the grap plers As the season progressed they became stronger and defeated several other strong teams flnrshmg wrth a record of 14 wrns 6 losses and 1 t1e On Chnstmas day 19 wrestlers and the coachlng staff boarded an arrplane headrng to Hawan for a srx day tour nament Trgard proceeded to defeat all of the Hawa11an teams plac1ng Hrst rn the mvrtatronal tournament Upon returnrng to the mamland Tom Brughardt Trm Crrsman Scott Ham1lton Kurt Holl1ngsworth Manny McGladrey and Rrchard Smlth quallfred for dlStf1Ct by plac1ng erther frrst or second ln the sub d1str1ct toumey The final results of thrs past wrestl1ng season were better than antrcrpated at the beg1nn1ng of the season ln all my many years at Trgard l cannot recall a group of wrestlers that had more desrre group unrty and better attrtude than thrs year s team What w1th the many 1n Jurres we had thrs desrre offset everythrng else and made thrs team a wmner and far better than rt should have been, stated Coach Don Hedgepeth as - ,, 1 . ' 7 - . - a . . 7 S6 l 7 s 99 ac ' ' ' , ' , y . sv f 0 ' - 1 1 1 1 , ' , 1 . . 7 . U , I , . , , I 1 , . . . ' , ' 2 , " . Unlike many teams, it wasn'tjust the starters in which 1 7 9 ' A A 1 X c 5 7 , . . . . 9 3 ' ' I 7 5 9 7 7 9 9 , , H . . . 7 7 7 . . , . . - 3 77 l , WINTER SPORTS 1 11 1. Action gets tough under the basket for the undefeated girls JV team. 2. High in the air is Jim Skoglund during the one-meter dive. 3. Working hard at the breastroke is school record holder Rose McMillan. 4. Grabbing a rebound is senior Grant McCulloch as Marc Harvey screens out. 5. Hustle in going for loose balls helped the JV's to a l9-3 record. 6. Sopho- more Kirk Held attempts to score over a Mil- waukie defender. or 1 12 WINTER SPORTS G A Qtr., GIRLS VARSITY BASKETBALL Seniors Anderson, Caswell named to All-Star team This year's girls varsity basketball team, led by retum- ing lettermen Cheri Anderson and Cathy Caswell, fin- ished their season with a 10-7 record. The team was made up of seven seniors and three sophomores. Seniors Anderson and Caswell, second and third leading scorers with 8.2 and 7.1 average points per game respectively, were named to the first team Willa- mette Division All Stars. Leading scorer Mary Manley, a sophomore, averaged 9.2 points per game and was named to All-League honorable mention. Two outstanding games this season were Tigard's 53-50 win over Centennial and an "edge of the seat" game against Beaverton, ending in a Tigard victory of 28-27. The Tigard-Centennial game was a good example of Tigard's ability to come from behind to win, with Manley and Caswell putting in clutch free throws to se- cure Tigard's lead. In the Beaverton game, Anderson drove through two confused opposing players to sink two points with 12 seconds left. Tigard regained control of the ball and used their stall offense to insure the win. "The team lacked height and physical abilities but made it up in determination, ambition and unity," noted Coach Wayne Petersen. GIRLS JVBASKETBALL Vavich-coached squad achieves perfect record This year the girls JV basketball team reached the pinnacle. Under the coaching of Pete Vavich the team sustained a 10-0 league and a 13-0 season record. The team averaged a high 42 points per game for the season. In the majority of their games they doubled their opponentis score. The closest game was won by nine points. Pete Vavich, who coached girls JV basketball for three years, attributed this outstanding show to the ability of the girls to play together as a team, move the ball, good passing and an excellent background in sports. One strange note to this success story, however, was the fact that the team only had eight playersg there are usually twice that many noted Vavich. This gave all the girls a chance to play and show their abilities. Junior Barb Dieker led the team in scoring, averaging 9.2 points a game. Sophomore Connie Kling, who was extremely quick was best defensive player. Peggie Tyde- man, most valuable player, led in rebounding and Cindi Hanson was most improved player. I K -lf, SN . ff- .fy 5 QM ,. 'MQ81-A . D 5 -we A l W... -""""' S . 'S "5 ,N f NA i f-li i 'qi N. ia..-"" W M ,NW W k ,f""'wt WINTER SPOR TS 1 1 3 1 1 4 WINTER SPOR TS SOPHOMORE BASKETBALL Sophs complete sweepg all cage teams winners This year Coach Dan Acker attributed the sophomore team s 16 6 record to their confidence determination and hustle Jerry Sproul led the team in points with 329 followed by Dave Clawson who scored 227 and Kirk Held with 156 When the shots were not make Fred Barlow was there to pick up 151 rebounds with some help from Sproul who had 80 Sproul who averaged 17 points in 20 games was chosen most valuable player Clawson who was team captain was elected most inspirational and Cleve Nyberg who had 71 steals for the season was chosen most improved player Although these three special awards were given Coach Acker thought all 13 players were outstanding and was pleased with their winning season SWIMMING Brother sister combo sets prec for tough tankers Under the direction of Gary Leach and B111Dendu rent the Tigard High tankers had a good season The overall records were 7 16 for the girls and 19 4 for the boys and fifth for the girls Tigard qualified several swimmers for the state meet ln state competition held at the U of O the girls placed 28th out of 30 teams with Carol Minyard taking ninth in one meter diving and Rose McMillan 11th in 100 yard freestyle ln boys competition Jim Skoglund took eighth in one meter diving Stu Singleton 15th in 50 yard free style Bob McMillan placed ninth in 100 yard freestyle and the team of Andy Carlisle Rick Hermanson Bob McMillan and Stu Singleton came in tenth in the 400 yard freestyle relay Rose McMillan broke four school records in the 200 yard freestyle 200 yard individual medley 500 yard freestyle and the 100 yard breaststroke She also col lected the most points by one member of the team with a total of 2285 followed closely by her brother Bob with 226W 1 . . , . . 3 ' 9 2 , Taking third place at the district meet for the boys , , , , . . . 3 . . h - 9 ' 9 5 3 a ' D ' . 9 ' 1. Hard work under the boards contributes to a 16-6 record for the sopho more basketball team. 2. Undefeated state heavyweight wrestling champion Manny McGlac1rey stares down his man seconds before pinning him GIRLS SWIMMING VARSITY WRESTLING Sandy Hermiston Tillamook Crescent Valley Forest Grove Jesuit Reynolds Beaverton Oregon City Lake Oswego Hood River Barlow Oregon City Reynolds Milwaukie Clackamas West Linn Lakeridge Season Record: 15-5-1 Tigard Opponents McMinnville Reynolds Lake Oswego The Dalles Milwaukie Estacada Newberg West Linn Oregon City Lakeridge Centennial Rex Putnam Clackamas Hood River Milwaukie West Linn Oregon City Lakeridge Barlow Rex Putnam Clackamas Lakeridge Season Record: 17-6 T'5g'd OPPOSEMS 94214 09933999 BOYS VARSITY BASKETBALL 84 72 29 32 95 47 27 35 64 62 82 40 18 72 44 124 31 25 69 87 79 22 30 79 56 Wilson 104 23 Rex Putnam 37 65 Gresham 60 107 39 22 71 74 96 51 12 91 74 95 73 78 95 39 74 96 71 94 78 51 98 69 49 61 104 63 66 89 60 47 25 gg 55 48 42 49 35 97 S2 39 42 52 59 56 65 12 70 52 78 Lakeridge Centennial Barlow David Douglas JV BOYS BASKETBALL Gresham Tigard Opponents Season Record: 7-16 McMinnville Reynolds Lake Oswego The Dalles BOYS sw1MM1NG Slffshaf, 1 wau ie Tigard Opponents Estacada 86 Sandy 70 S6 Newberg 40 101 I'I6rlTl1SIOIl 60 40 West Linn 39 101 T1llaI'l100k 42 73 Oregon City Sl 85 CFCSCBIII Valley 84 53 Lakeridge 38 97 Forest Grove 41 53 Centennial 55 76 1651111 92 33 Rex Putnam 32 88 WIISOH 82 45 Calckamas 29 85 Reynolds 81 73 Hood River 57 I 15 BSHVCIIOI1 56 63 Milwaukie 49 98 0I'CgOl1 west Linn 74 Lake Oswego 98 60 Oregon City 33 95 Lakeridge 74 54 Lakeridge 43 90 Centenmal 81 Season Record: 16-3-0 98 Barlow 74 47 David Douglas 123 88 Gresham 68 Season Record: 19-4 GIRLS VARSITY BASKETBALL Tigard Opponents 31 Reynolds 39 Jv GIRLS BASKETBALL 30 Gresham 44 . 40 Milwaukie 23 ngard Opponents 41 west Linn 34 39 Reynolds 13 34 The Dalles 28 35 Gresham 23 46 Putnam 22 95 west Lmn 45 53 Centennial 50 50 The Dalles 12 58 Beaverton 39 37 Lake Oswego 15 54 Cl Ck S 10 31 Centennial 23 a anla 48 Hood River 27 31 Beaverton l 2 , , . K 47 Milwaukie 25 51 Hood River 50 , 58 L . 37 West Linn 42 akerrdge 5 7 3 9 Pu 31 40 west Linn 30 mam 42 Sam Barlow 32 49 Barlow 49 28 Beaverton 27 41 Beaverton 34 64 Clackamas 27 45 Sherwood 22 Se R dh 13 3 0 Season Record: 13-0 ason ecor ' ' ' SOPHOM ORE BASKET BALL McMinnville Reynolds Lake Oswego The Dalles Gresham Milwaukie Newberg West Linn Oregon City Lakeridge Centennial Rex Putnam Clackamas Hood River Milwaukie West Linn Oregon City Lakeridge Barlow Rex Putnam Clackamas Season Record: 16-6-0 Tigard Opponents 54 60 47 49 70 59 83 Estacada 64 46 67 53 53 49 62 64 68 39 86 38 79 76 81 WINTER SPORTS 1 15 l975-76 BASKETBALL TEAM. FRONT ROW: Couch Roycc Kiser, Mun- Dan Slick, Neal Bickcr, Marc Harvey. Jeff Michcll, Jeff Ennen. Grant Mc- ugcr Doug llzirry, BACK ROW: R11ndyCollins, Don Vincent, liric Diicklin, Cullouh, Tom Lcwis,Crz1ig Ehlc1's,Gordy Scott, Drive Ryan. 1975-76 JV BASKETBALL TEAM, FRONT ROW: Mark Lewis, Brad Pizer, Curtis Grund, Doug Silvey, Jeff Ennen, Ron Schenk, Craig Lond Shearer, Jeff Irish, lim Grove. BACK ROW: Coach Schattenberg. Wayne berg, Doug Craig. 1 1 6 WINTER SPOR TS l i 1975-76 WRESTLING TEAM. FRONT ROW: Chuck Yock. Garth Gtiglcin. Doug Anderson. Scott Wcnlund. BACK ROW: Coach Bill Patterson. John Morgan Goodwin. Stcvc Brcwcr, .lorry Auscn, Tom Burgliiirdt. Dtivc Dahl. Abc. Scott Hainiilton. Kurt Hollingsworth, BCH Shcurcr. Scott Thompson, MIDDLE ROW: Torn loster. Rich Smith. Sum Morrixon. Ray Roniinc. .lcrryWoin1ick.C'o:icli Don llcdgpcth. ,iff if 1975-76 SOPHOMORE BASKETBALL TEAM. FRONT ROW: Manager Jerry Sproul. Mike Spencer. BACK ROW: Couch Dan Acker, Kirk Held, Martin Haddock. Joe Robinson. Matt M1ilcta.C'leve Nyberg. Daw Clawson. Garry Duffy. lfred Barlow. Stew lledgcpcth. Toni Senor, Dave Roberts. WINTER SPORTS .71 7 A 515 ,T Y BH, 510 s 2 .z Q1 Q A 3 2 M W fav' 'W QNWU 0 I 4 P A QM in X L- 'xx 4 ' J 5.3 gy ' ,Q Lxmg in , ,gg A W - gk i .'m. ww A b W 4. . ,L -- K . , , f'- A S ' "" 2 'W We S L34 ,LM .,L, . , A - A,x ,A me W- --Pf 'W ' H - ' V U '-AL f A 'T ' i X S as A - ' ' if S 'g1J'if'ia, 4 'Jr' if" ' 'i s 5 ' Q A . S E Bef? A . L., uf ,R . . A ,133 " m 'S hi V.5g.'.,e A fuse , ' A + " '-' A J: is .. '. in W A ' s yi 'i .922 1975-76 VARSITY GIRLS SWIMMING. FRONT ROW: Rose McMillan, Carol Minyurd. Karen Gregory. BACK ROW: Coaches Bill Dendurent, Colleen Smith. Andrea Burgess, Andrea Lee, Val Babin, Lauri Tabert, Gary Leach. Julene Bickel, Marlene Olson. Liz Horton, Joy Williams, Julie Palm. 1' . A -9 I ' 4 'ha A W K -W I X. .- g . FQ ss --A .'1 'M . ., -- 1-t xr .v- Q, , K '., 1 ur V i J, fy 50 A Xl. 1975-76 BOYS SWIMMING- FRONT ROWI Scott Joens, Rich Rogers, BACK ROW: Greg Johnson, Larry Wimber, Tim Rippey, Stu Singleton, W2ldC PCTSISSH, Jeff ROSICI, BUYING Svhockelt, Mlifk Ml1YfJ0ld, SHUI Hari, Rick Hermanson, Andy Carlisle, Bob McMillan, Jerry Martin, Bill Cookson, Scott Taylor. SECOND ROW: Coach Bill Dendurent, Doug Sommers, Ed Carlisle, Brad Hathaway, Tom Cox, Tom Volpe, Jim Hanson, Coach Gary Leach. WINTER SPORTS 11 9 GIRLS TENNIS New coach, rebuilding face hard-working girl netters The girls tennis team completed the season under the watchful eye of their new coach Connie Hannon With her guidance the netters earned a fifth place finish at district and a season record of 4 wins 7 losses Leading the singles competition for the netters this season was sophomore Joy Carey who made It to the quarterfinals in district Backing her up at the number two and three spots were Junior Betsy Irby and sopho more Belinda Jesenrk Leading the doubles action were seniors Gean Wright and Jayne Getsmger The second doubles team was comprised of senior Julie Palm and Junior Lindsay Walker With the presentation of awards at the Spring Sports Banquet sophomore Cindy Hansen received the Most Improved award and Betsy Irby was voted by her team mates to be the Most Inspirational Player Jayne Get singer received the honor of Most Valuable player and Gean Wright was named the Honorary Team Captain GIRLS GOLF Tigards first girl golfers f1n1sh fifth 1n maiden year Tigard s first girls golf team finished the season with a 2 8 record and a fifth place finish at district Coached by Tom Biller a Twalrty Health teacher and golf en thusiast the team completed what Biller termed a building year I think it s Interesting to note that no other girls golf team in the league placed among the top five at district during thier maiden season commented Biller Under Brllers careful guidance the girls showed vast Improvement as the season progressed The team dropped their average from 265 the first half ofthe season to 231 the second half a little less than nine strokes per player better Drstnct was the first time most of the girls had ever competed in any kind of a tournament and all five of them shot better than their average Biller stated Junior Laura Morford led the team all season with a nine hole average of 55 strokes Right behind her were Cindy Carpenter and Karin Duvall with averages of 58 and 56 respectively Other varsity players were Betty Mrnyard C621 Joan Uphofff71j and Christy Olson f81j VARSITY BASEBALL Varsity '9' compiles winning mark, misses Wilco playoffs With Gary Fiorante hurlmg a 3 O no hitter the Tiger varsity baseball team finished a see saw season with a record of 13 wins and 9 losses Seniors Fiorante and Eric Dacklm were the driving force behind the Tigers defen fcontinued on page 1211 510' ri 3+ ...Z S- Y.- C539 120 SPRING SPORTS 'M tflsn v. x 5? s Y Y 5 X -Q1, r '- sz-. i- 9 5- - . Q Q gigs x 'RK Q ft ,X st 2 X Q W tt- Z sq K 'xx x K X -'SRX SKS L 55, t as .X 4 ,X :fthe WGS i Rx 93 tl Q:-Q91 X' a EE Q s s ' X P at r x g g-"ist-ggiift .A Y W Y " in ,Www . Wired . L ' .-zz Ft.:-Q' ff .-,-mifligigs Q l. Slashing a backhand is Ron Carey, who took second place in Wilco singles. 2. Tigard's pre- mier distance runners Neal Bieker, Dave Swee- ney and Warren Golden, move togethcr toward the finish line. 3. Top girls tennis players Jayne Getsinger and Gean Wright attack the net during a doubles match. 4. District doubles champ Kurt Lindner prepares to serve. 5. Senior hurler Gary Fiorante finishes out his high school career with a no-hitter against Clackamas. fcontinued from page 1201 sively while junior Gordy Scott provided much of the offensive punch. But any drive toward a pos- sible title shot was thwarted by decisive losses to One highlight of the year was a trip to Kenne- wick Washington with additional games at Her- miston and Pendleton in Oregon during spring vacation. The Tigers played well but were beaten in all three games. The experience of game action while Portland was being plagued by spring rains helped the team to a solid performance over Rey- nolds after vacation but succeeding losses to Lake Oswego and Oregon City set the up-down pattern that was to be the Tigers style throughout the season and eliminate them from contention. Coach Wayne Petersen noted that he was con- cerned early in the season due to the large number of inexperienced players, but was pleased with the way they performed and grew as a ball team. Lake Oswego, Milwaukie, Putnam, and Lakeridge. SPRING SPORTS 121 BOYS TRACK McGladrey, distance runners add strength to spike team With a total of ll meets in the year s schedule the Tigard boys track team added experience and three new school records to their list of accomplishments for a successful year Most Valuable Player Manny McGladrey provided the core of the team Being the only Tigard thinclad to to qualify for the state meet Cin the shot putj Manny led the team to many of their victories Distance runners Dave Santee Neal Beiker and Warren Golden all picked up several points in the running events while McGladrey and Sam Morrison showed the strength in the field events Santee Honorary Captain of the running events was fourth in the district in the 880 and set a new school record in this event McGladrey Honorary Captain of the field events set two new school records Earlier in the year Manny won four events against Oregon City shot put discus javelin and the triple jump in which he set a new school record bettering the old one by three inches Mike Spencer gave Tigard the speed needed to earn points in the shorter races the 100 and 220 Beiker winner of the Ed Stout Memorial Award and voted Most Inspirational was the only Tigard thinclad to place in the mile race Warren Golden a runner in the mile relay was named Most Improved as a sophomore. Boys TENNIS Netters display improvement, surge to Wilco championship Outstanding depth and strong individual match play marked the ll-2 season for the boys tennis team. Led by senior singles players Ron Carey and Bob Bolton, the netters rolled to a second place finish in Wil- co League dual match competition and a stunning first place team finish in the district meet. At district, Carey upset two of the top three ranked players on his way to second place in singles while juniors Kurt Lindner and Bob Jesenik smashed all opposition to become the district doubles champs. Other players compiling excellent records were fresh- man Dave Thomas, sophomore Dave Roberts and junior Craig Wiebe, who each lost only once during the league season, and junior Rob Prince and senior Rick Vander- hoff who lost or11y twice. Hit was the best season ever for the boys squadf' said Coach Bob Skrondal. f'The improvement over last year by all players was incredible. For example, Lindner didn't even make the team as a sophomore and he won the district championship as ajunior. That kind ofplay typified our whole team all seasonf' As expected, Lindner won the Most Improved Player award, while partner and co-champ Jesenik was named Most Valuable honor. hem' Q awww Q X si S H ,. K f , W S t as N . nf N155 WR 1 -1. files x - it . iii f- I . . . , 9 7 9 9 t it I S. 2 5 1 5 7 3 .ra f f i' . . . r -, -.M ..,r.,,r?-. 1, 1 9 V ,HL , , , ,W . M., . , . , . 7 3 3 7 Y la j 122 SPRING SPOR TS v-f. ,p ff , NIMH P xr x. 'N W .ff ' s. W if - -4 W , vs. 'C' Qi ,. Mx Q ' i is 4 . vm, Y . L- -it N 1 f N Q if-Y ,-', i SQ. . - My . , r -L A - .- I - 5 fs new . . 4 Lk-. giig. -' as I N .. . K wan kk , I sl . I , ,g-, I .',- 3i,:1:1 - f D me ' '-h' ,"- A. Q' 2+ l. Gordy Scott fin batting helmet, centerl is mobbed by teammates following a grand slam home run. 2. Sophomore Joy Carey advanced farther than any Tigard girl at the district tournament. 3. Sopho- more Scott Erickson belts a drive at Tualatin Country Club. 4. Manny McGladrey, who broke the school shot put record, here hurls the discus against Oregon City, a meet in which he won four different events. 5. Greg Myers beats the throw to second base for another JV steal. SPRING SPORTS 123 3 5 . I , , . . ' 3 0 n o Q 7 9 9 Q , . . . . . . , ,, - 2 va 7 . 7 . , ,, . . . . . . . , . , . . . . . . . . , ,, . 3 , . . aw 1. we 'K .1555 x x Ar SOPHOMORE BASEBALL A of ' A Sophs play aggressive brand 'P f,.a"y of ball, compile 13-2 record The sophomore baseball team racked up a 13-2 season record even though they competed mainly against JV teams. Their only two losses came against Hillsboro and Sherwood. These losses were both avenged later in the year. All season long the Tigers were able to come from be- hind to pull out victory in the late innings. The hitting attack was led by Matt Maleta 64171, Scott Hall 63725, Doug Foster Q357j and Mike McCoy and Jeff Odell C3411 Hall also had four doubles and Steve Hedgepeth and Curtis Grund both connected by home runs Hall who led the team in stolen bases with 22 was named Most Valuable Player Grund had 18 stolen bases and Maleta had 16 to indicate aggressiveness on the base paths Hall was also the leading pitcher for the Tigers with a 5 1 record Mike Stevenson who only played half the season finished at 3 0 and Duane Url had a 4 1 record In addition Grund was named Most Inspirational Player and Jeff Odell and Mike McCoy were Most Im proved GIRLS TRACK Tigard girl thinclads send two to state, post 6 3 mark With a ninth place finish at district and a 6 3 season record it might look like the girls track season was not too successful But look a little further Two girls qualified for state competition two school records were set at the district meet and another was set during the season Lori Loughney a sophomore and Kathy Kinlock a senior both qualified for the state meet Loughney finished second in the distnct meet with a leap of 5 1 in the high jump She finished second in the state meet with a leap of5 6 Kinlock though she finished only fourth in the d1s tnct meet met the qualifying standard for the state meet with her 17 6 in the long jump With an inspired effort she took fourth in state competition Although senior Tracy Crossway didnt qualify for the state meet she was a consistent performer and point getter all season long Crossway broke the school record in Javelin three times finally throwing it 120Vz in the district meet Erin Arnold also set a school record at the district meet flashing 220 yards in 26 5 Arnold consistently picked up points in the dashes and relays and was re warded for her efforts with the Most Valuable Player Award Loughney was named as Most Inspirational by taking fifth in the high Jump at the distnct meet was Most Improved it 124 SPRING SPORTS 1. Senior Bob Bolton uses his two-handed baekhand to post a win- ning season record. 2. Blasting out of a sand trap is senior Jim Light. a third-place finisher in the state golf meet. 3. Pigtails flying, Kathy Kinlock soars in the long jump where she finished fourth in the state meet. 4. With a patented "flop," Lori Loughney highjumped 5'6" to take second in the state girls track meet. S. Top girls golfer Laura Morford follows through on a putt. 6. Senior Eric Dacklin t"P,C."5 amazed fans by sporting a shaved head during the second hall' of the baseball season. 7. Competitors clear the first standard in the high hurdle event. ga fl '-Lf! .4 sf 'f G K it f ' 3 ff .., , 4 1, Q . V -. ' J 1 1 ' 4 .1 , ..4., , V ..A 4,:A.V.,, . I 4 ggfg.. 'nv X 4 ii-,Q Y " V wggnft . . Mv4""'4A , ,WM N , 'LW 1. ,sw 1-.. , ,, gg :rims-1 -'WWA' L JVBASEBALL Excellent hitting, pitching lead jV's to 21-2 season With stats like a team batting average of .305 , team fielding average of .929 and team ERA of 1.55. almost any team would be successful and that is exactly what the Tigard JV .baseball team was, finishing the season with 21 wins and only two losses. If the Tigers couldnlt win one way they would an- other. They had five players hitting over .400 and 12 hitting over .300. They had 89 stolen bases in 96 at- tempts and if it happened that nobody was hitting the ball or getting on base to steal a base they had six pit- chers that collected two or more wins and five with ERA's under 2.00. They also outscored their opponents by over 100 runs, 174 to 72. Jim Grove, who was the leading scorer with 27 runs had a batting average of 524 41 total bases Cteam highj 21 stolen bases Cteam highj and 33 hits fteam highj was named MVP Rick Hooton was named Best Defensive Player and Fred Barlow picked up most RBI s Jeff Irish was named as the Most Inspir tional and Brian Michael Most Improved Boys GOLF Light places third in state to cap outstanding career Jim Light topped off an impressive four year career on the THS golf team with a second place finish in the Wilco League district tournament and a third place finish at state The top prize at both year end tourneys barely eluded the Tigard senior as he finished only one stroke off the pace at district and three off at state He was also named to the Wilco League All Star team and particr pated in that special annual meet Lights outstanding season followed a summer of action during which time he won the State Junior Title The season for the team was not quite as successful as it was for Light as an individual Although there were many bright moments such as a first time ever victory over Lakeridge inconsistency cost the team some victor ies in relatively easy matches and the result was only an ll ll overall record Despite the 500 mark the team still managed a second place ranking in the division The squad also traveled to interesting tournaments where the competition sharpened them for pressure situatrons the helm of the golf team noted that golf is a very 1nd1 vidual sport and requires a lot of mental energy Some times though we just didnt keep up the concentra tion Player awards included Light as Most Valuable and Scott Schultz as Most Inspirational 7 ' S 7 , . . , - . - . , - ' . Q . 7 . . , Coach Alex Hoffert, who completed his tenth year at H . . . . . . , G - - ,3 ' 1 Sophomore Coach Pete Vavich and Curtis Grund talk over some strategy at third base. 2. Junior Bob Jesenik, district doubles champ, returns a fore hand from the baseline. 126 SPRING SPORTS Tigard Opponents I Sunset Barlow Gresham Clackamas Lakeridge Hood River Milwaukie Lake Oswego The Dalles Oregon City Putnam Beaverton Reynolds 4 Season Record: 4-9 VARSITY BASEBALL Tigard Opponents 8 8 6 I0 Tlg 2 4 6 0 I 3 Aloha 3 Sunset 3 Kamiakan 7 Hermiston I I Pendleton 7 Forest Grove 3 Reynolds I Lake Oswego I5 Oregon City 6 The Dalles 2 Milwaukie Gresham West Linn Lakeridge Centennial Putnam Clackamas , Hood River Milwaukie West Linn Oregon City Lakeridge Barlow Putman Clackamas Season Record: I0-I 5-0 ard BOYS TRACK Opponents West Lllln Lakeridge Oregon C lty Clackamas MIlW3UkIe Rex Putnam Gresham Season Record 2 6 3 I3 7 2 7 2 7 8 I6 5 5 I2 I3 I I9 5 4 7 I I 7 I I I 6 I I 2 I I 3 7 3 0 S9 Hood River Val. 77 95 ' 49 I8 ' l2I 98 ' 43 65 ' 80 6I ' ' 84 36 ' I05 68 72 SQPHQMQRE BASEBALL GIRLS GOLF GIRLS TENNIS Tigard Opponents Tigard 0PP0llelllS I 4 Fowler 5 0 David D0l1gl3S l Newberg 2 0 Lake Oswego 10 3 Centennial 2 Sherwood 3 2 0l'eS0ll CllY 8 I 4 Hillsboro 7 2 Barlow 8 Z 3 Twality 4 4 McMinnville 6 I 4 Yamhill Carlton 3 8 Celllelllllal 2 4 1 Hillsboro 5 4 Reynolds 6 2 3 willamina 6 4 Milwaukie 6 0 5 Hillsboro 3 8 The Dalles 2 2 3 Hillsboro 6 4 Estaenda 6 2 3 Newberg 5 Season Record: 2-8 3 2 Fowler 0 0 5 Yamhill Carlton 6 Sherwood 4 Twamy 10 Bovs GOLF Season Record: I3-2-0 Tigard Opponents Hillsboro 226 David Douglas I99 McMinnville 2I7 .IV BASEBALL Sunset 223 Tigard Opponents Aloha 213 McMinnville 5 parkmse 2 I4 Alalla 0 Wilson 204 Stmaet 4 Porkroso 183 Forest Grove 0 2 I 9 Gresham 2 I 4 Reyaaltla 0 223 Hillsboro 207 lake Oawega 9 209 Milwaukie 212 Oregon City 4 I97 Milwaukie 221 The Dalles 6 215 wool Linn 203 Milwaukie 5 199 woot Lirirr iso Gresham 5 200 Oregon City 215 West l-inn I2 195 Oregon City 224 Lakeridge 1 201 Putnam 206 Centennial 0 195 Putnam 2 I0 Putnam 3 208 Lakeridge 198 Clackamas 5 203 Lakeridge 21 I Hood River 0 2I I Clackamas 207 Mllwallkle 3 197 Clackamas I 82 West Linn 0 Season Record: I I-I I Oregon City 5 Lakeridge 4 Barlow 3 Putnam I BOYS TENNIS Clackamas 3 Tigard Opponent Season Record 2I-2-0 3 Sunset 2 4 McMinnville I 4 Centennial I 2 Barlow 3 GIRLS TRACK 5 Gresham 0 Tlgafd 0PP0llelll5 5 Clackamas 0 llaotl River 3 Lakeridge 2 west Llllll 5 Hooo94iver 0 Lakeridge 4 Milwaukie I Oregon City 4 The Dalles 1 Clackamas 2 Lake Oswego 3 Milwaukie ' 3 pumam 2 Putnam 5 Reynolds 0 Season Record 5'3 Season Record: I I-2 SPRING SPORTS 127 fr 'K 12 , to 5 ,af ., S -- at I .' ' A' , ' v ff ' f-n ikki' I ,, 55 Q , 355 Q , . ni I ifii c 2 K'hw F tigiif' S NU qlifzw rt ' 3 BQ' B .xr AW 'S ' , A I l . A f -N, vw 1, . gig t :V .40 -4 1975-76 BOYS TENNIS TEAM. FRONT ROW: Rick Vanderhoof, Dave Thomas, Ron Carey, Bob Jesenik, Kurt Lindner, Craig Wiebe. BACK ROW: Matt Mallory, Bob Bolton, Kevin Heubler, Steve Anast, Coach Bob Skr -7-" , I 'I ,,- Y ""',J'-'-" pi-. ,,.-v-0' gc, iz' Dave Roberts, Tom Cox, ondal. 1 M . , l N""'WfIo"v J, 5, R ., ,. a4:"'?f':ffff':'ftl-Q.-:f I , ' j ' - ' ffff l .. T2 Q- C., aaal - - Q ' :Q5f+..1fTf+i5fe9se- .QgQfQg' 4' 2 -- a"j4'V f' 51,1 ., g ,S - . 'A 1357 Q ' wiht. ' ' "" C "Z" FX "' 1 A 3 Q ., lg ke J m V .. . , ,f,. U N.,. , . wx iz . ' sg V ,Nggrei yt ,:.V NM v.,, 5 Fl ' ' X fi: I W 'B ' fx I li -,i' ' . E 1 ,E f it 4, +L-A A t, 4 'E Q E ig y 5 , - vm for - Wihl I i I krkk in K K T ' 'P 1 La . I 1 1 ' ' ,, . ,,, '- W . v - W. X1 A KY I -in ? dl g -.Q At i , Q ' I C we B - " J V W .. '-1' 1 - Q- E I A s 1 l fi 1 f ff ff 4 E, - Vvii 1, A, t y, N ki, I I L 3 Q I I I "' 5 ll'i 'QQ A f .Q 4, f fi. , ga. , ,mwt . ,f , ,. ..,. gm if ,, .. r-Q...g,1, ,, T, J 1 , 3, N kiigf "" "4'h ,, ,k.-khV N 1975-76 GIRLS TENNIS TEAM. FRONT ROW: Sharol Roberts, Grace Hasuike, Joy Carey, Liz Horton, Anne Tracy, Gean Wright BACK ROW: Coach Connie Harmon, Cindy Hanson. Julie Palm. Lind- 128 SPRING SPORTS say Walker, Belinda Jesenik, Kelley Fox, Gean Wright. Betsy Irby, Barb Ashcroft. 1975-76 VARSITY BASEBALL TEAM. FRONT ROW: Manager Fiorante, Gerry Hanson, John Throckmorton, Marc Harvey, Chris Dave McBride, Bob Barker, Joe West, Tim Hopson, Gordy Scott, Mgebroff, Eric Dacklin, Coach Wayne Petersen. Bret Sorg, Jerry Sproul. BACK ROW: Coach Gerry McGrath, Gary W' 1 I - im. - J I-- I 1975-76 JV BASEBALL TEAM. FRONT ROW: Brian Michaels, Mike BACK ROW: Coach Tom Kurt, Rick Glanz, Brad Shearer, Fred Bar- Clark, Jim Grove, Greg Myers, Jeff Irish, Rick Hooten, Dave Gation. low, Gary Duffy, Ben Shearer, Rick O'Farrell, Scott Brannan, SPRING SPOR TS 129 ni? fir - fp- affix-e-at , . , y 5 r X Q A D. is Maw: mfr-:-mfg, .,,. ' 'K --" 12 es i 1975-76 BOYS TRACK TEAM. FRONT ROW: Tiger Karr, Jerry Aasen, Ken Hawes, Mike Spencer, Bruce Westriek, Martin Haddock, Doug Summers, Steve Yarborough. SECOND ROW: Curt Brisson, Warren Golden, Steve Schultz, Grant Hanson, Dave Percy, Tom Greenwood, Tim Mosier, Cliff King, John Latter. THIRD ROW: Ron Knox, Kirk Held, Grant Griffith, Neil Lansing, Sam Morrison, Dave Santee, Craig Ehlers, Greg Law. BACK ROW: Neal Bieker, Manny McGladrey, Timm Krueger. -JIQIII J 1975-76 GIRLS TRACK TEAM. FRONT ROW: Janine Simpson, Carol Minyard, Linda Jacobs, Patti Remont, Barbara Cobb, Sherry Marks, Kate O'Halloran, Deanna Levine. SECOND ROW: Tami Wimber, Julie Ford, Donna Levine, Karen Dutton, Shelley Hopson, Laura Burgess, Darla Dickson. BACK ROW: Coach Lee Burns, Michelle Robinson, Lori Loughney, Tracy Crossway, Kathy Kinlock, Erin Arnold, Jeanette Cameron, Charlotte Alderton, Coach Dan Aeker. 137 1975-76 SOPHOMORE BASEBALL TEAM. FRONT ROW: Duane Bill Thompson, Steve Hedgepeth, Mike McCoy, Jim Hanson, Curtis Url, Jeff Lehman, Mike Stevenson, Mike Annanie, Jeff Odell, Doug Grund, Scott Hall, Steve Gation, Coach Dan Roisom. Foster, Matt Maleta, Bob Lawson. BACK ROW: Coach Pete Vavieh, 30 SPRING SPORTS 1975-76 BOYS GOLF TEAM. FRONT ROW: Tom Williams, Jim Muir, Marty Morlan, Jim Jenkins, Ted Whiteman, Dave Pliler, Allan Light, Scott Erickson, Dave Clawson, Scott Schultz, Paul McClellan, Brown. NOT PICTURED: Ron Lambert, Rick Castro. Joe Robinson. BACK ROW: Coach Alex Hoffert, Kirk Kanitz, Wes S -2 i S Q . Q , tim., ,L -- Haas! f' "'-' i ,,-- 1 ' . S 4 . 1 QA K I A ,E A, E I f .Lk-7 ,,-- , 1975-76 GIRLS GOLF TEAM. FRONT ROW: Karin Duval, Joan Uphoff, Cindy Carpenter, Laura Morford, Betty Minyard. BACK ROW: Coach Tom Biller. SPRING SPORTS 131 5 K Q 'Af 'ff I if I X 1 f gy ! l ' A :.s-,sz I H f W mf People Too many people are only fragments of themselves for others to see become a whole human being Climb to the threshold of your own beliefs, not with the statement of others, but with the footsteps of your own experience PEOPLE 133 3 ,. V.: 452 'fair 1- WV- f. 'iii ml. - A 1N'iFwf',, . Y. ' ' J -- J wi, .3 if W, ww- ik fi -v 4'-vl-. ,Q-!' rx 1 LITERARY EXCHANGE. FRONT ROW: Adviser Angela Mecsc, Anny lfazal, Kate O'Halloran, Lori Johnson. BACK ROW: Robert Bade, Matt Meyer, Duane Url. 1605 T ir!-4-,,,,,, J 'Q' ws TRAVEL CLUB: Adviser Rod Monroe, Hollie Geilman, Sharon Popp, Wade Lindsay, Joanne Barnes, Barb Dieker, DeElla Schmidt, Suzy Slemons, Yolanda Hausotter, Anne Cooper, Kelly McDaniel. 1 34 PEOPLE V - 7415 - 1' -k-, f .4 'tv-es ,ng 'S 4. at 4?-. it -3,5 Q-sq lTHESPIANS. FRONT ROW: Lucinda Hatcher, Karen King. Anna New- man, Kelley Mcliibbon. Val Wilken. Jeff Gorham. Mark Kuinmcr. Dane Coles, Mary Soarex Shannon Lowrance. Anny l7XaZal. Todd Hernianson, SECOND ROW: Paul Beals, Sue Oliancsian. Terri Keith, .lean liroiy. Julie Spear, Hollie Geilmann. Linda Hainby. Sue Rivernian, Karen lledgepeth. Nancy Oxterliout. Xlisse Clark. 'lcrri Williams. ,lulie Schulze. Shane Caswell. Lixa Johnson, Tannny Gedney. S11 Elliott. Dong Bolton, Rick Quinn, Ron Knoy, Larry Daw. BACK ROW: Cheri Ganoe, Connie Kennedy, Diana Grogg. Robert Bade. .Toe Lenoxy. Sue Waye. Denise llullett. Karen Lee. Lori Johnson. Kate O'llalloran. Toni Wudkins, Mike Crook. Lee Kelly. Doug Morlan, 3 'X .ii Q4 . I 5'- -.QE 5' iii 3,g'r'.,.'5:1 M ,K . ,MAA +A" 1 l lf-'--J lPEECH CLUB. FRONT ROW: Adviser Nancy Lewia. Nancy Crauglian. Chell. Jim Slawosky. Shari Portinga, Marta McClellan. Peter Pavic. liric inny Fazal. Connie Adams. Terri Hutchinson. BACK ROW: Debbie Nlit- Bronson. Melanie Broderick. Sue Becker, PEOPLE 1 35 ' A ' Y' A ' --4 --v-., .. 1.1 MODEL AIRPLANE CLUB: Larry Pillnrs, .letif Rogler, Dunne Url, Dave Seliroin, Adviser Drive Tozer, Brian Tipton, ,Iolin Duff, Roger Tower. W' B U I L D 5 fe? I ,J 4 W, I k,L. i 3 KEY CLUB. KNEELING: Bill Cookson, Andy Carlisle, Stu Singleton. TO PUP WAGON: Lindsay Walker, Cassie Morris, Lori Lindsey, Cindy STANDING: Adviser Bill Dendurent, Marlene Olsen, Cheryl Anderson, Jain,Colleen Smith. Riek Hermanson,Tammy Foster, Janet Brosy,Todd Hermanson. 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FRONT ROW: Joe Jones, Vicki Souls, Aiixcm Gilliam, Joy Carey, Bev Reynolds. IN TREE: Put Quinn, Gary Long, PEOPLE 137 .Q C . J 7 r Q x B' 1 FN., HONOR SOLII TY FRONT ROM Shrnnon Lom mu l1nd1 C rn d Pugh Trnnmv Bllhak ken Vrndcnburgh Chcrxl Rrvumxn CIITLIX Rem Only Xluu Rmlx Oulnn Txnn Putrrson Nnnuttn Stklllj Cul Iropst jlllxl Rxsmussun Roxio Axhrroft. Lisa Johnson Pnnnx Yll.LN lnnh lxelth Thoxnwn Vl um Roos Dpbblu Whedon BACK ROW T nnurx lrnnk Rose l rank Cum Wr1g,ht,Pcggy Lot lrnm LIIICTITLT P' SPANISH CLUB FRONT ROW AdV1Sil' Helm LHWICHLC B610 Sulmel Wald BACK ROW Marcxe Spencer, Laun x1LDdI'llClS Paul Tawlor Jnn der Rusty Alhson Lydla Duprdw Kar1nDuval RachclAnderSon Laura Sldwosky Chdrlotto Alderton, Eric Bronson Dean koclemba John Imrle Debbm Erdt Brenda Anderson SECOND ROW Sue Rlulwrdson Volpe Juhg Randall Karen Hdgopian. L01 if f f 1' 3 9' u ,J 5 L i 'La " N I iiiii PEP CLUB. FROM TOP: Laura Burgess, Kate O'Halloran, Connie son. Tracy Guyer, Jim Slawosky. Dixie Graf, Suanne Erickson. Terri Kennedy, Leann Dykes, Cathy Ashenfelter, Lauri Tabert, Tami Peter- Hass, Melissa Ferry, Lynne Malicoat. PEOPLE 1 39 N .. S ' A , ' Q . 'ww f fy gl , 'lu M in . V s C' . S 5 mbsf -Q f r i 5 ...X qs 6 .i V, . 1 Q Q , 1 QM .55 K E kk .4 1 ,K W y My .dt .., Q Y . A ,f v 2 A Q K ? 3 X g H l . gr K. Z FRENCH CLUB. FRONT ROW: Mark Kuinmer, Suu Becker, .lounnc Duwlcy, Dcljllzi Schmidt, Barb Dickcr, Sharon Popp, Diunu Nelson, Sue Hart, .lofi Roglcr, Anny Fuzul. Teri Long, Lori Johnson. I I I GERMAN CLUB. FRONT ROW: Raelene Sweatt, Shannon Lowrance, Kelly McDaniel. BACK ROW: Adviser Angela Meese, Robert Badc, Steve Yarbor- ough, Julie Going, Larry Webber, Chuck Yarborough. 1 4 0 PEOPLE I s Q I SWING CHOIR. FRONT ROW: Nancy Osterhout. Kim Rukestruw. Cheryl Rivermtm, Jean Brosy, Lori Davis, Tami Jacobs, Su Iilliott. SECOND ROW: Kim Dressel, Tracy Crosswuy, .Julie Spear. Donna Ingruhaim, Kelly BIcGibbon, Teena Gugliusso. Tim Westfall. Karen If is STAGE BAND. FRONT ROW: Brian Briekley, Shari Portinga, Nau Kazuka, Jeff Lehman, Allyn Jackson, Tammy Billiek, Tim Haag, Diane Lamb. MIDDLE ROW: Phil Thompson, Dunne Morgan, Jim lledgepeth. THIRD ROW: Brian Briekley, Phil Thompson. Doug Morlzin, Tom Burghurdt, Shane Caswell. Rick Polston, Paul Beals, BACK ROW: Jeff Haag, Tim Woster. Craig Ehlers, Mare llurvey, Tom Lewis. George Koch. B 6 'UFWWWTJ A I ,,.ls.,,ifa v is Miller, George Robards III, Bob Dewitt, Scott Trotter. BACK ROW: Jeff Haag. Mike Baer, Gary lfiorante. Dave Harris, Keith Thomsen. Bill Cookson, Mike Dempster, PEOPLE 1 wav. Karen Taylor, Nancy Ostcrhout, 'lluni Peterson, Jeanette Pear- CONCERT CHOIR. FRONT ROW: Betty Minyard. Rhonda Thorn- , - son, Tom Wadkins, Tanimi Wclland. BACK ROW: Iirin Richey, Joe Runircich, Doug Bolton. Davc Johnson. Grant Griffitli. Toni Lewis, Manny McGlatlrcy. Rick Polston. Paul Tziylor. Jeff Gorhani, Roh lirue. Yolanda Hausottcr, Shannon l.on'r'1irice. Cassie Morris, Cc lcste Jarinan, Sue Becker, Candy lfritxlcr, Becky Arnett, Sandy lflctchci, Cilla Kolh, Laura Morford, Dcnisc Grcgory, George Koch, , SECOND ROW: liarcn King. Marta McClelland, Toni Burgliardt. Collicr,Nz1ncy Jacohscn,Mark Lewis, ,lan Clifford. Suu Ifishcr, Linda licclxer. Julic Schulze. Matt Talbot, Tracy Cross- INTERMEDIATE CHOIR. FRONT ROW: George Koch, Dennis Sandi Rurnrill, Kelly McDaniel, Charniain Srnreck, Sue Kolleas, Thompson. Lori Lindsay, Tami Jacobs, Linda Cross, Mary Schrag, Dana Winegartcn, Judy Morehead, BACK ROW: Derrold Cranford, Marta Hausotter, Jenny Culbertson, Michelle Johnson. MIDDLE Abe Moak, Gayle Rinker, Mike Pippcn, Dan Christiansen, Cindy ROW: Liz Haggstroni. Jackie Bidirnan. Cheri Watt, Teri Williams, Rein, Jennifer Cos. Tom Cornilles, Paul Andercgg. 2 PEOPLE Ks - Q. iv. K .4 KK, K. . Q., K K KKK -K .W ,Kew K . .K, V. , f - s yn: . - ,, rx., -1- Q f-,-X .. ,V , -- .gg 'ef ,wa -L, , S iilfsir' L .Q K . SK! K ,.v. . .gg K .g?,,+Psff1 - u - . 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X, .M ,TL.KK3K..,5MK , KMY - f53g'fjff KK KJ K i Q . KK t K. ,K u , HK .K, 1-,,m?iM. ,u K . K K K , KK K rviifi -, K.K 5 v. ' K 4 K KK . VA., . -9,,,3K r. T' X?-:J 4 '- 'F KK ' vii S. . , ' fr, ,- as S .r f Q 'iflw' ' B ' xi' f 4.-7'r i-,Q N-'W ' '--YH ts-,-'55 I my Y gk' P2 ,gala '.'.',- Q . K B Q, J. 1- ,, ,- f ff . , ,,,,f , K. - .4 Q. " R- " J B . r -V , 1 fr CADET CHOIR: Jaelynn Jackson, Karen Gregory, Rosemary Zorn, Karen Lee, Nancy Memovieh, Jo Jo Chapman, Connie Sanders, Joy Carey, Janet Pykonen, Becky Brown, Lauriee Williamson, Linda Emerson, Terri Keith, Joy Rosenquist, Kathy Niemi, Tani Chinn, Shawn Cole, Leanne Dykes, Julie Sargant, Linda Hammond, Steve Kahn, Karen Hedgepeth, Jenny Long, Cheryl Calandra, George Koeh, Rhonda Shearer, Belinda Jesenik, Lori Abraham, Sue Waye. Bev Reynolds, Leanna Roll, Beth Dieker, Suanne liriekson, Cathy Ashenfelter, Dawn Banta, Cari Isabell, Julene Biekel, Robert Bade, Erie Bronson, Matt Meyer, Diek Brummett, Terry Westfall, Dan Lawson, Shawn Beck, Denise Jacobson, Dixie Graf, Karen Dowers, Betsy Rawls, Lori Sehmalz, Janet Lyons, Cindy Christensen, Cindy Light, Judy Rosenquist, Pam Weaver, Sue Tominae, l-'lorenee Thomas, Anita Getsinger, Lori Brawand, Beverly Berning, Trin Cramer, Debbie Erdt, Diana Grogg, Tammie Brown. PEOPLE 1 43 SYMPHONIC BAND. FRONT ROW: Tammy Billick, Marty Morlan, Nanette Wilson, Allyn Jackson, Tim Haag, Diana Grogg, Sue Ohanesian, Melanie Broderick, Lisa Johnson, Cindy Fritzler, Connie King, Nancy Memovich, Alison Gilham, Debby Abe, Cheryl Zimmerman. SECOND ROW: Nao Kazuka, Marcia Smith, Darla Dickson, Jann Peterson, Karcn Taylor, June Zadow, Bill Cookson, Keith Thomsen, Jeff Haag, Manny McGladrcy, Kathy Bauer, Linda Jacobs, Lisa Gottwald, Brenda Anderson, Liz Horton, Gail Propst, Lauri Stober, THIRD ROW: Charlotte Alderton, M' l tis i l Matt Mallory, Marc Harvey, Diane Lamb, Ed Nelson, Yolanda Hausotter, Dan Gruver, Brad Burkey, Kurt Lindner, Mike Demster, Dean Kociemba, Dave Percy, Mike Baer, Dave Harris, Doug Bolton, Gary Fiorante. BACK ROW: Dick Powell, Brian Brickley, Janet Brosy, Greg Johnson, Frank Bault, Ron Knox, Ron Koch, John Abe, Scott Trotter, Bob Jesenik, Rich Rogers, Rick Glanz, Stu Singleton, Lee Oakley, Bob Tominac, George Robards III, Phil Thompson, Jim Miller, Duane Morgan. ri . N55 I C ax g Q hm: WGQQ. fl As I In A v ,g f, A tg ti , , +V X A 'X . -s Jxg , -V, N-- Agn s Y 5 '- .J 4 J ' A I N -- .... A ' 5 K 71' df f J J 5 J A 'IJ -yn-S ii . -, 5 -. V 3 J - f .W f Q.. - ,,,-,.,, J ,ai 1 .. A , . - i W Q-Q . - N . .gy - -- , '- - sv ,. , w CONCERT BAND. FRONT ROW: Shari Portinga, Betsy Rawls, Marta Hausotter, Sharol Roberts, Karcn Coolman, Kay Kramer, Janis Roberts, Lori Johnson, Theresa Gavin, Lori Mallory, Cecilia Green, Susan Nelson, Kelly Kellenbarger, Kim Osborne, LeAnn Billick, Nancy Memovich. MIDDLE ROW: Sally Jaquess, Bruce Towers, Mike Gordon, Steve Anast, Bob Lawson, Jeff Clark, Bill Thompson, Craig 144 PEOPLE Jacobs, Marina Fiorante, Dave McBride, Barbara Ashcroft, Richard Minton, Cindy Christensen. BACK ROW: Greg Law, Elden Fenison, Allen King, Bob Richardson, Phil Irish, Gary Long, Steve Gation, Connie Kennedy, Tom Greenwood, Tim Mosier, Chuck Yock, Jeff Lehman, Dick Powell. AS -J' gl-4 if-Q Pi ,. ISR RALLY CTOP PICTUREJ: Sue Wenzinger. Vicky Leason. .ludi Whitmore, Suzanne Becker. Cassie Morris, Taininy Shay. JV RALLY 1MIDDLE PICTUREJ: Kay Kramer, Margaret Murphy, Sandra Fletcher, Rachel Goodwin, Val Wilkin, Teri Williams. Suanne Erickson. TIGER- ETTES QBOTTOM PICTURED. FRONT ROW: Janis Koon, Tanimy ,ss ..-1, ,. E'KfxF fgw- . . x,,.,' Nelson. Kim Beehtold. Lisa Vaughn. Betty Minyard. Nancy Cornilles, Carman Whitmore. Rhonda Stiles, Lorinda Bader, Tammy Woolurd. BACK ROW: Lorri Davis. Nancy Osterhout, Donna Charlet. Jennifer Martin, Jennifer Going. Jane Nlalanowski, Julene Bickel, Linda Becker. Cindy Bako, Debbie Wheelon. Valli Vredenburfzh. I l .. ,.., .. A L? M A V, My Mm . V A . ,-Y., LV 1 , ea , " M" ' ' ' l"" ' WW' """" r'-' 'f"'Wft.Q'fx , ,,,1i 'ffGf""W32?z' ' RY' qw, H Yr . .M........-,.--. - A f .-.W 'A-QQ .. ........ ...,...,,-, susan? nee: 4 , Y VK I Q ' A 2 - t'-- W 1 .... ,, . rr' ' . H ' . -11 . .pf ' M '- i A .fd , A A B , J L c A - .:'1::?:.:' , If Q-, A 441' gg N . .- . . , , , " -.--- ,g' ,- A V -- ,.3jQ1', I-M-f--wi'--fvw s"- ' ., 1 j A , 'f ' A s r, f i fix Era" f 5 --,-ba ., r- , V -, f 1 ji , f- ' ' -. eizegzgkas -- 7' i'f' nf' 35.1, V , ,f ' -gg si l 5 n XE 4339 L. , fy ,M , V . UL D. R . c .. -. I , .fr 'Mm Y . fx- is , ,, I -tl 51.5, - ,V kg 5 ' .rr . 5 -Q ,M K ' ,Fe ' , ' 5 4 +C.. O , -. "s' f , ' 11 , rf? I' fi' 'l ,, ,f"- ' ' 4, ' -f '- ' K' I ' iv ' If Q is W ' ,V V- f . .-T ifsf P , .A '-at 3 RW: S -1, '-' ' M' It I li f 'Va 35 I A ' 7-' V F7725 , :f -f l3"'f'7!" " 14- . ki" V. -. X 5 S ' f K ll. K ,f 1 5 " f 'V , 'iff' 'iff ' - t " f O F .HEC-. kg: A U ' ' I A' ' li ' ' J 'Q lU'.'i5 U K ,za . --iigg . 7 2 fl" , Q 1 , -1 ffl? , , .5 r -4" r ' ' f Eff: A ,Q 4 Q5 ' s . V X , . ' , f A 1. f f ' ,A r L f it E ' ' . :........ I -t 3 I . ...Z ' 4 ' N . , ,L 6 . ' . Ax Q K -n , 1 t i V O Q ...l...,- L A . 2. jj i TOM SAWYER Cast of Characters Mark Twain - Narrator ............. PAUL BEALS Widow Douglas ....... Aunt Polly ..... . . . . TAMMY GEDNEY . . . SUE RIVERMAN Mrs. Harper .... ........ D IANA GROGG Walter Potter . Q Mary Rogers .... .... . ..... TODD HERMANSON SHANNON LOWRANCE Dr. Robinson . . ......... TOM WADKINS Becky Thatcher . . DENISE HULLET Sid Sawyer. ....... PAT QUINN Muff Potter .... .... J EFF GORHAM Gracie Miller .... . . . LIS ANN SAXE Tom Sawyer .... . . .DANE COLES Joe Harper. . . . . . RICK STAHL lnjun Joe ........ .... T IM COMPTON Ben Rogers L ...... . . . JOE LENOW Huckleberry Finn ..... .... M IKE CROOK Alfred Temple ..... ..... R ICK QUINN Amy Lawrence. . . ..... ANNA NEWMAN Susan Harper , , , , , , JAELYNN JACKSON Jane Hardin ....... .... C ONNIE KENNEDY Reverend Sprague ..... ......... R ON KNOX Sheriff Jones ...... ...... L EE KELLY Judge Thatcher. . . ..... MARK KUMMER Mrs. Thatcher . . . .... SUE OHANESIAN LITTLE MARY SUNSHINE Cast of Characters Chief Brown Bear .............. T. . . TIM COMPTON Cpl. Billy Jester . . .... .... . . RICK POLSTON Capt. Big Jim Warrington .... ..... D OUG BOLTON Little Mary Sunshine .......... SANDY FLETCHER Mme. Ernestine von Liebedich ....... MARY SOARES Nancy Twinkle ............ .... J ULIE SCHULZE Fleet Foot ...... ...... R ON KNOX Yellow Feather ..... .... D OUG MORLAN Gen. Oscar Fairfax .................. RIC STAHL Young Ladies - Eastchester Finishing School Cara ........... ............. T ERI WILLIAMS Henrietta .... ....... L ISA JOHNSON Gwendolyn . . . . . .NANCY OSTERHOUT Blanche ..... . . . LINDA HAMMOND Maud .... .. JEAN BROSY Mabel .... .... C INDY REIN Miniaem ........................ JULIE SPEAR 1 Pete . Slim . Tex . Buster Hank Tom. Chuck Young Gentlemen A United States Forest Rangers YOU CAN'T TAKE IT WITH YOU Cast of Characters Penelope Sycamore ............... LISA JOHNSON Essie .............. . . . RHONDA THORNBRUE Rheba ..... I .... Paul Sycamore .... Mr. De Pinna. .... Ed ............ Donald .......... Martin Vanderhof .... Alice .... ....... Henderson .... Tony Kirby ..... Boris Kolenkhov .... Gay Wellington . . . Mr. Kirby ....... Mrs. Kirby ..... . Three Men . . . . . Olga .... . . LINDA HAMBY . . .TIM COMPTON . . . . LEE KELLY MATT TALBOT . .. .TODD HERMANSON JEFF GORHAM . . . MISSE CLARK . .. ANNY FAZAL . . . .DANE COLES DOUG BOLTON . . .JANIS BOWEN TOM WADKINS . JULIE SCHULZE MARK KUMMER, PAUL BEALS, MIKE CROOK . . . . . . .HOLLIE GEILMANN DICK BRUMMETT . . . . MANNY MCGLADREY . ...PAULBEALS TIM WESTFALL . . .TOM BURGHARDT TOM WADKINS . . . .SHANE CASWELL Oregon Scholars - WINNERS Air Force ROTC - Keith Thomsen Optimist Club - Lisa Johnson Elks Scholarships - Jim Powell Rick Hermanson Ken Phillips Chamber of Commerce - Rhonda Thornbrue OSU Mother's Club - Tom Carter Gayle Meyer Andy Standerfer Jodi Try , Gail Propst Rick Hermanson Tigard Junior Women's Club - Cindy Rein American Legion Auxiliary - Gean Wright National Merit Scholars -Denise Farris Jim Powell ' Roberta Rudnick Linda Grund lfinalistb Daughters of the American Revolution - Rick Hermanson Honor Society Scholarships - Linda Grund Karen Hedgepeth Cindy Rein Athletes of the Year - Manny McGladrey Tracy Crossway ICC Scholarships - Rhonda Thornbrue Paul Beals Manny McGladrey Lisa Johnson Soroptimist Scholarship - Karen Hedgepeth CE! 23 Award Debby Abe Neal Bieker C Tammy Billick Eric Dacklin Denise F arris' Tom Foster Jennifer Goodwin Linda Grund Shannon Lowrance Tamara Pugh Cindy Rein Wayne Roos Roberta Rudnick Kathy Smith Andy Standerfer Annette Steury Bobbi Haas Jodi Try - Rick Hennanson Ken Vandenburgh Jenny Lindner Gean Wright 4 Luann Nussbaum AWARDS 147 0 KSUQRE Y Y 'AN X , ii? 'W x I P'-QV 4 i , Q 1 'O jr. E 1 f-4 1, 4' mfg fy ' ff!! XP ,, cv r an . '59 Academics lf any of us are to become teachers. l believe a true teacher's gift is to guide n man's discovery of himself. ln truth we can only give what we have discovered for ourselves, freely and without intimidation. AC,-lDI'IMICS 149 arfwin yggiw. F if ,Wax-Sets. X y ii t.. hinn resigns position Darwin Shinn resigned his position as principal at the end of the 1975-76 school year and accepted a position as Director of Special Projects with the school dis- trict. When irst starting his career, Mr. Shinn was a classroom teacher for seven years at Charles F. Tigard. He first became an as- sistant principal and then principal at Phil Lewis grade school. Later he became prin- cipal ofFowler JuniorHigh and remained there for seven years before coming to Tigard High where he has been principal for the past ll years - a total of 28 years with the Tigard School District. When starting at Tigard High, Mr. Shinn recalled that there were only 780 students in the entire school compared to the nearly 1300 of 1975-76. ul knew pra- tically everybody by name then. That's one of the things I miss now. The larger number of kids minimizes the possibility of learning all their names. l try to pick up a few new names every clay but it's not always easyf' In his new position, Mr. Shinn will be planning programs at the secondary school level for students who need special help. The program will be supported by federal funds. Mr. Shinn admitted being principal has been hard work but has been very enjoy- able as well. 'lThe highlights ofeach year for mef' he said, "have been the achieve- ments - the progress, growth and develop- ment f of so many students. This exper- ience has been a very gratifying and re- warding one." ff 2 it 'V nffzf .4 462, nt 5, Q v el? 150 ACADEMICS ADMINISTRATION Leadership comes from top to keep programs working Administrators played a very important role in the smooth functioning of the school. At the district level, Superintendent Deb Fennell and the school board as- sumed the major responsibility for Tigard schools throughout the district They were aided by Assistant Superintendents A1P1et11a and Pete Taylor At THS Darwin Shmn finished his llth year as prin cipal before assuming a new position at the district of tice as head of Special Projects Vice principal Jim Ylvisaker assisted Shinn in the various areas of admmis tration while specializing in the development and super vision of the high school curriculum Through the curri culum change process Ylvisaker encouraged teachers to create new and pertinent classes to suit the special needs of students who sought broader horizons or who were not being served by traditional instruction Ylvisaker also served as the organizer of the hi h school newsletter which was published several times throughout the year and mailed home to parents to enable them to stay bet ter informed about happenings at THS Deans Walt Johnson Ed Bergstrom and Ed Gottlieb worked closely with students in the student centers Their tasks ranged from counseling and discipline to scheduling and scholarships They worked closely with Shmn and Ylvisaker in implementing school policy Connie Sproul resigned from his position as athletic director on May l in order to devote full time to has growing excavating business Former football coach Bill Watt took over the duties and will continue in that capacity in 1976 77 ART Ceramics Olympics part of highly rated department A top rated ceramics program and a first place winner in the italic handwriting contest CBonny Schneiderj high lighted happenings in the art department during 1975 76 A new activity this year was the first annual Ceramics Olympics in which students competed in different cate gories such as largest slab longest coil and a variety of others Many records were set and will stand until future ceramics students break them The winners were Jim Skoglund Ted Churchill Jay Waler Cliff McDonald Carolyn Strickler Mark Lewis and Gerry Hanson The fifth annual THS art show took place in the high school gym May l through May 3 Many members of the community attended the show and saw displays of the talented THS students and faculty Featured dis plays were painting photography sculptures pottery and calligraphy Tigard also had a fine success record in the OCE Art Show and students took several trips to view artists works and ceramics production sites BUSINESS ED Students mix jobs, school in several related classes The business education department, headed by Mar- garet Bergseng, offered a variety of classes this year ranging from Beginning Typing to Business Law. The Office Technique class, taught by Yvonne Vitko for juniors and seniors gave students a chance to find out what current office duties were like The class made students aware ofjob openings and helped place them in paying office jobs so they could fulfill the 15 hour per week of on thejob experience the class required Mrs Vitko also took her class on a field trip to the campus of Portland Community College to view the business department so students interested in continuing in bus mess would be aware of what was available Many students chose to leave school before the reg ular dismissal time in order to work By enrolling in Cooperative Work Experience they were able to do so and at the same time get credit toward graduation Supervisor Don Feller visited his students at their job sites and counselled them by suggesting ways in which improvements might be made Other classes offered included Typing I fdevelopmen tal intermediate and advancedj Stenographv Short hand Business Math Accounting Record Keeping Business Communications Business Occupations and Diversified Occupations i is ,en- 5' in 'ef-cr l Representatives from various religions made prcscntations to Contem- porary lssucs students during their religion unit 2 Debbie Wheelon models a drcss from the 1870 s during the fashion show 3 Using the power sander Scott Taylor sv orks on his special project tor Woodshop. ACADEMICS 151 rGE12 Career Ed contrnues steps to real world cxperlence Commun1ty Expenences for Career Educatron pro vrded an alternatwe to the trad1t1onal mode of learn1ng IH h1gh school lt offered students an opportun1ty to 1HVCSl1gdtC the co1nmun1ty 111 wh1cl1 they hved to pursue career IHKCICSTS a11d focus HTOYC d1rectly onto the1r own learn111g plan and style CCEJQ was for the student who was ready to test book lear111ng agamst the real world outs1de the class room for the college bound student wl1o wa11ted to explore tentat1ve career cho1ces before sett1ng out on a post secondary program of study and for the student who wa11ted lITfOITTl3.l1OH a11d know how needed to pursue a career 1nterest ln a carefully structured program students at LCEJZ cl1ose act1v1t1es 111 wh1cl1 they themselves were H1161 ested They spent tl1e bulk of the1r school t1111e out IH tl1e co111mun1ty dlSLOV6flIlg l1ow tl1e relat1o11sl11p be tween tl1e1r educ1t1on a11d career cl1o1ces umquely af fected then l1ves The students found out wl1at people actually do 111 YllCll darly work and l1ow they feel about what they do Kb? was dedrcated to blllldlllg 1 total educat1on prog1an1 for you11g people lt was a personal17ed exper 1e11ce structured for eacl1 student based upon flTC1T rn dlVldLlZ1l needs bdS1C sk1lls Goals llld des1res lt at tempted to comb1ne acade1111c learn111 tl1rougl1 projects co1npete11ce lH surv1val sk1lls and explorahons 111 rvar 1ety of career are IS 1n the co111111un1ty D1rect eXper1e11ce Wllll mrny 1d11lts as they per formed the1r ddlly act1v1t1es was a key to tl1e ICE 2 program Many students found tl1at careers 1n 1ned1c111e or law were 11ot as glamorous as TV shows portray them and that people dont fit t1ghtly IHIO the stereotypes or that Setflllg up a11 easy gomg l1festyle IH a craft shop re qurred some knowledge about bookkeepmg a11d changes rn supply and demand FOREIGN LANG UA GE Three languages add varrety to forergn country studres Much more than the trad1t1onal act1v1t1es took place 111 the fore1gn la11guage department th1s year ln Deeem ber four students came to Trgard w1tl1 the Oregon Costa R1ca Partners ofAmer1ca They stayed w1th Tlgafd fam1 l16S for one month before movmg on to the last half of the1r two month stay 1n Oregon Approxrmately 50 students forn1ed th1s year s new Spa111sh Club The club part1c1pated 111 varrous act1v1t1es such as the ICC Festrval IH wl11ch tl1ey sold tacos success fully They also ventured to MeX1co C1ty a Mexrcan fcontmued on page l53j ...st Wmmmmm Ninn 585 . Q 3 ' Q , . 3 7 , . . A , 3 , ,Z , .. N - , , . C . I Q ., L N, a ' v 5 v 4 - ' ' . . 5 . 0 . D 3 . W C , L - S' c Z . T Z Z . - 0 . , . . . 1, , ' I I V- Q 3- 'U ' . ' - a . C , ' 7 z: 152 ACADEMICS 4 GXZF ' A ' 'K H A ppph M hpis up ttsat ,, .e,. 'g f ggi 1,- tcontinued from page l52l restaurant in Portland, for dinner and an evening of Mexican culture. The German Club got their program off to a start with a potluck dinner introducing new members into the club The Germrn students looked forward to extra activities sueh as going out to dinner which they have done before rn years past The club finished up the year s aetrvrtres with 1 day of fun and excitement at the bowhnv alley The French classes proved to be just as busv At Chrrstmts time the students presented several skits rn French for their parents to give some Idea of what Christmas is like in France Towards the end of winter the advanced French classes presented skits to the runror high French students to entourage them to continue studying and learnrnv the language Students rn all three foreign language classes learned mg and writing assignments out ot elass Emphasis was was put on pronuneratron md voeabularv But classes were not restricted to lanfruaee rlone Students also learned about the eountry the people and the customs ot then respeetne lrnvuaves . , U ' 2 . , ' . s ' ' ' ' 1 , ' . D ' . . I . D f U D , . , . by speaking their foreign language rn class and by read- . . . D . A . X ' 4 . I f 'w-4 I Z s ' s X . ' f H C' L U L ' ' - Q s ' , . . - . D g ,. NYY F tr.. y .tg 1. Thespians sing their way to the state drama eonferenee held at Jefferson High School. 2. Senior Howard Loar works on one ot' the 10 projeets re- quired for tClTJ2 graduation. 3. Counselor Gary Wrightand head secretary Flora Knox discuss plans for Mr. Darwin Shinn's Roast and Toast. the dinner honoring his years of service to THS. 4. Eager math student with all the answers is really teacher Kip Stevenson. ACADEMICS 153 GUIDANCE Counselors handle problems, hassles, joys of students Guidance was a team effort involvinv deans coun selors and secretaries to make life easier for tougherl for the students in high school Assisting with college plans and scholarships senior awards graduation ceremonies and post high school Jobs or service careers were Grace Galvin and Walt Johnson Money raising projects for commencement rnd prom activities were a major priority Junior guidance counselors Gary Wright and Ed Bergstrom worked with programming student schedules through the computer and with arena scheduling Lyle Hathaway and Ed Gottlieb assisted sophomores in adjusting to high school and making the new compe tency requirements go is smoothly as possible Of course the guidance department also handled discipline attendance and personal problen s of students and coordinated many of the intricacies ot life to meet personal and school necessities HOME ECONOMICS B1centenn1al fashlon show Climax of busy home ec year The annual spring fashion show reflected the high quality work produced by the home economics students throughout the year The theme ofthe 1976 fashion show was American Fashions Past and Present to com memorate the Bicentennial Garments from sewing classes ranging from sport clothes and fonnals to well tailored coats and pantsuits were modeled by students The fashion show also provided an opportunity for food classes to demonstrate their ability in preparing and hosting the attractive refreshment tables Many sewing classes were offered for both beginners and advanced students Classes included Clothing Work shop Sewing with Knits Personal and Home Accessories and Tailoring taught by Marcia Fuhr The tantalizing aroma in THS s halls attracted many eager students into cooking classes taught by Jackie Gamble and Pauleta Robertson One of the highlights of the home ec department was the Child Services class The class made up of both male and female students spent much time working in Tigard kindergartens and preschool centers Other popular courses included in the home ec de partment were Contemporary Living, Bachelor Living, and Interior Decorating 154 ACADEMICS ' y a,"t . - 3 " an X R 1 if Q-:gig 4 M as it at .. .. at ' y fha Qi' ,Q-4, ,W ... S Pi 61111665 I JQW, l1Ill.'.'l'Itlf1f'l f 'r INDUSTRIAL ARTS 'Hands-on experience' goal of multi-faceted department 'Students at THS found the industrial arts classes career-oriented and gained many basic ideas in wood metal and automotive fields. Francis Rogers head of the industrial arts depart- ment taught Electricity Advanced Electricity and dents with home fix-it-yourself experience. Tom Chereck helped Mr. Rogers in the Power Me- chanics class where students learned how to build cars and got the basic ideas it takes to keep a car in good running condition. Instructing in Welding and Metalworking was Russ Davis. Students were taught how to arc and cut by using oxy-acetylene welding. Students learned how to make gunracks cedar chests and even canoes in the woodworking classes taught by Don Robertson. Robertson commonly called DR also taught students the difference between two kinds of wood and which would be best to use for a certain type of project. Power Mechanics. These classes helped provide the stu- 9 3 -vm P . QM 'S W Wee.. i n rf 4 F X, l. Language students Candy Fritfler and Tum- my Gedney introduce ll play put on by the Ger- man ll class. 2. Senior counselor Grace Galvin helped inuny seniors find extra sclioliirsliip money. 3. Julie Hankins listens to gi speaker tit an employer seminar at 1Clll2. 4. Beth Durgan, left' Nlicliell and Dave .lolmson urrunge their tinislied pottery. Quill in 4' ,git .Alb Ky... Q-fi'-"' H ai. if 4 -,,. it ACADEMICS 155 COMMUNICATIONS New graduation competencies affect English electives Language arts was an important part of academics involving students in many new and interesting courses Graduation requirements were changed a bit for the class of 78 To further educate the students before graduatron each must complete four semesters of com munication fwntten oral and readingj requirements lt was important that each student planned his com munications program carefully around present skill levels and future goals Among the classes open to all students were basic Theatre Arts Creative Writing Debate and Public Speaking These classes dealt with readmg Writing and speaking skills to satisfy requirements Classes open to Juniors and seniors only included Reading Tutor Busmess Communications Newspaper Mass Media Ethnic Studies Vocabulary Science Fiction and American Literature These classes sought to expand and refine the students knowledge and ability to use modern forms of communication Seniors only classes rncluded Contemporary Litera ture World Literature Advanced Placement English and Advanced Theater Arts MUSIC Competition, performances occupy time of musicians Due to the efforts of its students and teachers the music department had a very good year with many out standing group and individual performances, The choirs were led by George Koch and the bands were under the direction of Dick Powell and Pete Spooner. Cadet Choir, Intermediate Choir, Concert Band and Intermediate Stage Band were all younger groups designed to prepare students for performing in the older groups. The Concert Choir made many appearances around the community in concerts and local festivals. The Swing Choir also did a lot of traveling and finished the year with a major jazz festival at Mt. Hood Com- munity College in May. The Symphonic Band again placed fifth in the Wilco League contest and participated in many college band festivals. The Advanced Stage Band had a very good year and placed in the top five at the Clark College Jazz Contest in Vancouver. The only nonperforming class offered Was Basic Musi- cianship, taught by Mr. Koch. This class was to prepare students who continued in music after high school. Several individuals in the music department had out- standing accomplishments. Several participated in solo contests with Candy Fritzler finishing first in state on oboe and Diane Lamb taking third on tenor sax. Three fcontinued on page 1571 156 ACADEMICS In I T, 4 ' yr .3 2? ff tr 6 W Q l 1 xy y l l t - Xa F- G' I , ii l W .4-v--f .,,, W, ,nr-M" fl tcontinued from page 1563 students. Allyn Jackson, Candy Fritzler, and Tammy Billick, were selected to participate in the All-State Band in November. Nine band students, Debbie Abe, Tammy Billick, Candy Fritzler, Diana Grogg, Allyn Jackson, Keith Thomsen, John Abe, Duane Morgan, and Jim Miller as well as choir students Julie Schulze, were se- lected to attend the annual Music ln May festival at the end of the year. MA THEMA TICS Growing math department welcomes metric changeover A variety of classes went on this year in the math department. Headed by Paul Peck one of the depart- ment s goals was to expose and prepare the school for the soon-cominv transition to the metric system. There were two math contests that math students took part in. Jim Powell 't senior placed first in the National Math Contest. This contest was put on by the Math Society of America and was co-sponsored by the Society of Actuaries. It has been an annual affair at Tivard Hier for many years. The other contest was put on by the University of Portland. Gary Geiglein. '1 senior also was a winner of this contest. The top 20 in the three category test were given a chance to take the CLEP test for college credit free. courtesy of the bnivcrsity. Teachers in the departinenfwere Kathy Borruso, Mabel Broussard Gary Gentemann, Don Hedfftpeth. Kip Stevenson and Dave Tozc r. K X L 1 r , X D t 1 9 7 X 1 X X L Q is :J ' L . t X I X X X L f X X X X t , t . D X . l. Jim Light participates in one of the many' IPF. options available - o 2. One of the year's1nany' activities for Dave Kirkland and Dan NIcBi1dt was making a canoe in wood shop. 3. Instructor Gary Gentenmann helps students in the math office. 4. Junior Dean Ed Bergstrom gives directions to students who arc lost in the halls. ACADEMICS 157 PHYSICAL ED HEALTH tcontinued from belowj Diversity keeps enrolhnent up in P E health areas The physical education department expanded its program with new classes such as Wilderness Travel Archery Golf Bowling Physical Fitness ll Olympic Spectator Sports and Sports Officiating Olympic Spectator Sports was a special class offered only this year to give students a View of some of the Olympic events Sports officiating is a very useful class commented teacher Elva Coombs lt gives students an opportunity to earn money officiating school district and community sports outside of class These new classes got students more involved in physical education Mrs Coombs called Archery Golf Bowling the most popular class and because of the large sign up it had to be divided up into five sections For the second year Bill Watt and Paula Peek orga nizers of Health Day felt it was an absolute success Watt said the presentations were much better and that more parents and community 1nembers attended this year Approximately 60 speakers talked on various health subjects including professional sports with Mick Hoban from the Portland Timbers Dr Lyndon Smith speaking about nutrition and Bud Beachwood talking about cross country skiing Human sexuihty was the most popular class for the second year A panel of students from other schools talked frankly and the session was very well received exclaimed Watt SECRETARIES COOKS CUSTODIANS Auxiliary personnel keep THS operations functioning Secretaries cooks and custodians were three groups that THS would have suffered miserably without Again this year they did their very best to carry out their var ious Jobs and responsibilities and again everything went smoothly ln the main office were Flora Knox and Anne Craig Mrs Knox was the high school s head secretary She also worked on the school budget ordered supplies and com piled purchase orders Anne Craig assisted her and added personal touches to the daily bulletins Each of the three student centers had secretaries who were Lorett York Csophomorej Carol Wuerch Quniorj and Ann Hagedorn Cseniorj The secretaries in the library UMCJ were Pat Baughman who did cataloguing Diane Ohlgren who ordered career information and Carol Dickinson who worked in the library and AV center Emmylu Lawrence was secretary to Connie Sproul tathletic directorj and Jim Ylvisaker tvice principalj Virginia Babin worked part time as bookkeeper for the school fcontinued abovej 7 . . . . ., 1 ' ' , ' ' 9 a 1, ' ca -"I - - as 7 GL ' ' ' 77 , . 7 7 - , 5 . Q , Z 1 , ' ' 3 - ' , ' Q. . 7 . U - 'A . r Z' v ' S6 . ,, I. , . 7 7 . . , . L , 1 1' ' ' 7 , . 2 , ' ' , 7 D . 7 i 7 7 158 ACADEMICS The cooks kept many students from starving during two lunches as well as break. Nine cooks worked to prepare mostly homemade food and snacks. The ten custodians,working during the day and night, kept the school clean and in operational order. There was a change in head custodian as Mike Prochaska was transferred to the head office to become plant engineer. Replacing him was Laurie Burghardt. SCIENCE Students enjoy new specialty classes in areas of interest Two new classes were added to the science depart- ment this year. SURGE tScientific Understanding of Resources Generates Enjoymentj investigated areas of physics, chemistry, geology, astronomy, and oceanog- raphy. This was a lab-oriented class for students who didn't want to go on in science. The second new class was Plant Growers Special. This class gave practical ex- perience to students interested in the basics of land- scaping and plant care. Methods of watering fertilizino and propagation were taught as students grew and cared for their own plants. This class was made possible by the construction of the greenhouse and was quite popular in its first year. For students who didn t plan to continue in science Life Science and l.l.S. tlnvestigation and Ideas in Sci- encej were offered. Life Science explored many different areas of biology while l.l.S. surveyed immediate environ- mental problems such as space exploration the popula- tion explosion smoking and pollution. Oceanography Astronomy Aviation Conservation- Ecology and Geology were taken by students with spe- cific interests in these areas of science. Basic Chemistry enabled students to learn how chem- icals react and gave a basic understanding of chemistry. Two types of biology were available one dealing with the relationship between the living and non-living environment and the other with plant and animal struc- tures and functions. For the college-bound science student there was Physics Advanced Senior Science and Chem Studies, These classes investigated the chemical and physical properties of matter Zoology botany basic skills for engineering and physical science. 7 D7 7 7 7 , 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 3 7 7 7 1. Students dig in to put finishing touches on the foundation of the green house, which was completed shortly after school started in the fall. 2. AV assistant Mare Miller makes adjustments on video tape machine. , 1",JLf..- 'l ' 4 -b I-f','.f':r ' . 'f"1,.gf'-Af' ,"',.-- -- 1 v','Ar'f:,- Qs' '-fy' ' fv- . .1--"., ,-,-Q. 4 1. 73992 '-fnbpg 5 - IZ.-"fig, k.,-" f 4. .. 19: ,-Q--,-1 F U,-.-u.. .Q , - V 31- 1- ,Z -- '. . - . Jff.-1 by-rg--.. .r, ,114 . '. 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' -.4 av ACADEMICS 159 SOCIAL STUDIES Mock Democratrc Conventron occupres student delegates The socral scrence department offered a varrety of classes to students Hrstory selectrons were Advanced Placement U S Hrstory Modern U S Hrstory KMUSHJ and Great Issues and Ideas rn U S Hrstory Advanced Placement Hrstory dealt wrth Amerrca from l4OO l968 and MUSH covered from the Crvrl War up to today Berng a presrdentral electron year a specral class was offered to look rnto rt Campargn 76 Most of the year was spent preparrng for the Mock Democratrc Nomr natrng Conventron held at the Memorral Colrseum rn May The students represented delegates from Pennsyl vanra Other classes whrch helped the students to under stand government were Students Involved rn Govern ment and Amerrcan Polrtrcal Behavror A class dealrng Wrth rndrvrdual responsrbrlrty was Alternatrve Futures Through Envrronmental Educatron The frrst semester was spent skrll burldrng for the second semester Each student had one brg project to complete for the class dealrng Wrth erther the future or envrron mental change Current Issues requrred for all senlors looked rnto several drfferent subjects The trrst semester students studred personal law and finance and mental health The optronal second semester went rnto death current events relrgron marrrage and sexualrty and mans rn humamty to man Other socral scrence courses studred were Anthropol ogy Ethnrc Studres and Comparatrve Cultures ED SPECIALTIES Instructronal materrals necessary for student use THS was fortunate to have an excellent specral educa tronal program Included rn these areas were the Instruc tronal Materrals Center CL1braryj, the Audro Vrsual Cen ter CAVJ, Specral Educatron, and the Drrvers Educatron Program In the IMC, students could End rnformatron on al most any subject rn the form of books and other ma terrals Sue Johnson, who completed her nrnth year as lrbrarran, was responsrble for plannrng the IlVIC's budget, ordermg and purchasrng books and other educatronal materrals The Career lnformatron System CCISJ was also placed rn the IMC for helpmg students frnd needed rn formatron rn varrous career areas The Audro Vrsual Center was responsrble for the operatron and rssurng of frlm projectors, tape recorders, televrsrons, and vrdeo tape equrpment Along vvrth her Ccontrnued abovej 160 ACADEMICS fcontrnued from belowj Job as actrvrtres drrector Bev Srlva was the head of the AV center Teachrng the Specral Educatron class was Ann Clark She Worked Wrth students needrng extra help rn the basrc skrlls of math, Englrsh, and readrng They also were taught how to cope vvrth everyday problems as well as learnmg about drfferent vocatrons Famrlrarrzrng students vvrth the automobrle rn the Drrvers hducatron class were Connre Sproul, Brll Watt, and Wayne Petersen a 7? 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ACADEMICS 161 Tom Accettura Ed Armstrong Virginia Babin Margaret Bergseng Ed Bergstrom Kathy Borrusso Mable Broussard Ann Clark Elva Coombs Anne Craig Larry Daw Sheila Dougherty Don Feller Nancy Fiskum Grace Galvin Ann Hagcdorn Lyle Hathaway Don Hedgepeth Chuck Heil Susan Johnson Walt Johnson Betty Kelly Flora Knox Helen Lawrence Nancy Lee 162 ACADEMICS Nancy Lewis Charmaine Lindsay Mac McGladrey Bill McNish Rod Monroe Paul Peck Wayne Peterson Alan Rolfe Edna Sakata Herm Schattenberg " 'Ns -15 , B ig Cliff Shelton W Bev Silva Bob Skrondal Connie Sproul Dave Tozer l,x,'f if 4 Yvonne Vitko ' Bill wan Tex Whiteman Gary Wright Carol Wuerch u X 5 J ., Xxx Jim Ylvisaker 'fd Loretta York 5, ACADEMICS 163 He runs to meet the setting of the sun following roads to nowhere somewhere he doesn't care 164 CLOSING keep going lad, become free no going back Av I f f 3 5 3 V N m if E L , 3 I ? back to what? explore experience develop change 166 CLOSING fa M 5 . 3 rv f . . , " f . . , ' ' 1' F G ,iv SVLLM , W in ,ig VL.. . 4 iq I Q 1 'ff ef 1- A 5 fl tn - " ' 'ik r "nf 1 'l-.6 1 v K, A KX 3 . 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Flrevlew Wood Heater SERVING THE FOREST PRODUCTS INDUSTRY SINCE 1944 Manufacturers of D NG Peerless transportation equipment ns engineered and built for contnnulng performance and guar anteed dependabmty whether on the Ioggung ,NS road the construction slte or the super hlgnvvay I 55 You can rely on the Integrity of a stable organization U 4 Our products are guaranteed to do the fob Intended , J PEERLESS ROYAL F' O BOX 447 TUALATIN OREGON 97062 PHONE 150131639 B131 . . . I , - rr - ' ' ' as I l l I , 1 . A l ruttrmttias . .- I I A g , , 7 - - - ss I ES 'I A owes A'ES N ' ' occ A E S A ' ' l I - c . 'S 0 S " 4 I . ,X c A ' D .l s v-.ooo SIDUE smvcs sms T fl' ag - . . t NN--I . 2 , , , - t 'fa' , . . iii V 4 A . .1 ws v I f t 'ffl I - . . . . ZHQ' tl to y I I - I I lj -i Q P . as-:J-f It Xt, :gt r as x .fy - v Y - Dtvtstcnw wwcnctsrmtes ADVERTISING 1 71 "Congratulations Class of '76" 'il'- utmwiiu-we Mm EQ P4837 E sam golfer R EALTO RS Guaranteed Sales Program Interstate Referral Service Member Oregon Multiple Llstlng Servlce tak M HMV 12963 S W Pacltlc Hwy Tlgarcl Oregon FROSTOP 639-Hu 12830 S W Paclllc Hwy Tugard Oregon 97223 uii MlKE'S ROCKET JUNCTION "Gas for less and service is best" Tigard, Oregon 15900 S. W. Upper Boones Ferry 639-3349 1 72 AD VER TISING gain' w9Sf0II Pontiac GMC East Burnside G' 232ml Gresham Oregon TRUCKS P tl d 255-3840 PONTIAC ' HI-HAT RESTAURANT 11530 S W Barber Blvd Tigard Oregon 246-4055 KEPLER S CUSTOM UPHOLSTERY 12511 S.W. Main St. Tigard Oregon 639-7012 "The Name of Dependable Service Since 1900 For Home and Business" C5 'fr' E lj rrr m"W"gpJ :W I NI , I rv ' ' TIGARD TIMES 12271 SW Maln Tlgard Oregon FRY CONTROLS INC 4070 S W 109th Beaverton Oregon 643-5448 Electrical and Electronic Components and Systems TIGARD LUMBER 8. BUILDING SUPPLY 12585 S.W. Pacific Hwy. Tigard Oregon 639 3636 K 4125 , I Q I l I g igs ' , Inc. 53,- , . ,f lf ...nun 3 , at xv , nn v 1 I it J M S I A mf' rf- rg 'GJ I 1 15213. , Y Pr' X qhttilx Q X Irv I 6 --, 39x x-we , .,-v ,hun " C, . , X s ,, . Us N 113' ,I or an iw , Ntixyi f und l Pg' 'I' , N , 4, .9 2 2 1','ql 4- Greslwam 665-2166 J s '04,-5.9 ,. 4 fff .. F' , ,. N E 5 The Times publisher Joe SL,lldICfiJICCSllI11C to read the 1.11 est edmon of Trggud s twice weekly eommumty newspaper . . . . I . . . I I rr ' - ll 7 I I ADVERTISING 1 73 TIGARD AUTOMOTIVE SUPPLY 8820 S.W. Center St. Tigarcl Oregon 639-2127 Complete Automotive Machine Shop Services Sherwood Inn Motel Restaurant Lounge " - s t. Dl ' " LAKEGIDVE DIIIIIAM EXIT For Reservations Call 620-2980 ll ' - ' as O O Dining Room Coffee hop Cock all Lounge E t tainment Nightly except Sundays 57 e uxe Air Conditioned Rooms On Salem Freeway I R. A. GRAY 8. COMPANY 11445 S W Tiecleman Tigarcl, Oregon 639-6127 POWER RENTS 10380 S W Cascade Ave Tigarcl Oregon 620-1235 Rental of Tractors Trenchers Compressors and Tools 1 . - 0 . I ll I 11 r-TMA 67,7 5 SAMELE, INC. , ,.g 1 ggug A X PORTLAND at SALEM PRESENTS i . f xx pepsi 'iiggii A ' sf utuls l h n X . MlKE'S CHEVRON 13235 S. W. Pacific Hwy. Wd' feelin'free' I 6 3 9 -2 2 3 3 174 AD VER TISING Compllments FISHER STOVES 9410 S W Tlgard St Tlgard Oregon 620 4455 ZOSS MANUFACTURING 12560 S.W. Hall Blvd. Tigard, Oregon 639-7240 COPPER PLUMBING INC. "Hydronic Heat Specialists, Central Vac.-Built in Vacuums" 9920 S.W. Tigard St. Tigard, Oregon 620-2651 0 C. if TUALATIN VALLEY GLASS 12500 S W Mann Tlgard 639-4304 Good Luck Class of 76 INSURANCE ASSOCIATES INC Low Cost Auto Insurance Tlgard Oregon 639-1126 Compliments of OREGON FOOD SERVICE 12970 S W Hall Blvd Tlgard Oregon 639 6141 12501 S.W. Main St. AD VER TISING 1 75 1' SENIURS: PR QFESSIQNAL POR TRAIT NIEIER gl FRANK 176 ADVERT S Lloyd Center - - Downtown Get cz n xx Mx FIRST STATE BANK of OREGON Tlgclrd Oregon 11665 SW Paclflc 639 8656 ba' ...A ...Br Wmx TEBOS VALLEY AUTO PARTS King City Plaza T 2 .W. M ' Tigard, Oregon 256 S am 620-0225 Tigard 639 2188 1 MRM V Mum A 0 0 o U I u o I A 1 W MrgAv w,Mii:,,,...:L....L.- I -I N H K I.: 'gIcum'sF2:T'17 A A A E T 1. :,, , E. khg .. 1 AD VER TISING 1 77 HAVINFUN PHOTOS Come by the stotlon and f1ll er up let us check your f stop 10935 S W Tuolotln Rd Sherwood Oregon ..,, if.. e f . 1. - A, IZQZTEI, 1 9' . ll ' T .M ,. , .. I . Q ' . . X4-1' I CLARK LUMBER COMPANY FRAHLER 8460 s.w. Nyberg Rd. ELECTRIC COMPANY Tualalin' mega" 11860 s.w. Greenburg Rd. 638 4138 Tigord, Oregon "We like to help folks build" 639-4627 MOTE'S DRUG ond GIFT STORE FLOYD'S RESTARAUNT Tigcrd Shopping Plaza 12725 s.w. Pacific Hwy. Tigord, Oregon 1-igard, Oregon 6391171 639 7030 178 AD VER TISING Q-N IEIIYIUE Troplcal Flsh Dog Grooming Pets MILLER S AUTO SERVICE FINS 8. CRITTERS 8970SW BURHAM 8604 S W HUII TlgarcI Oregon Beaverton Oregon QM" 1 it SPECIALISTS K LOCATED IN TIIE RALEIGH HILLS SKIING X COUNTRY ill' BACKPACKING TENNIS mm mmm snorrmc csuren KNAUSS CHEVROLET 297-1891 11880 s.w. Pacific Hwy. Tigard, Oregon 639 II66 ff ff- , r e f - - l I I I I Salt Water Fish I I 'Q xx i Q f,:, 1 sts M., . f es 5 ! 'R II G V.. 4 I : I ' , ' I- I . I I ie I I master cnarge I Blllllflvtllb AD VER TISING 1 79 ERV SCHACT INSURANCE I2523 S W Mann St Tlgard Oregon ROSEMARY S UNLIMITED Tlgard Oregon Qualuty Interlors II642 S.W. Pacific Hwy. OOOO OOOOO qw ,N OOOOO AME ll ASE TI ICE CREAM EMPURIUM b g kt ght Stp ydl FARRELL S O O O O O ICE CREAM PARLDUR O O O O O STEVENSON ENGINEERING 8g MFG CO 8766 S W Burnham St Tugard Oregon 639 9232 Electronlc 8. Electrical ARROW HEATING COMPANY IO35O S W Tualatln Rd Sherwood Oregon 638 8577 Heating-Alrcondltlonlng Sheet Metal ., . . Control Systems" mir-""' pf? nf""" . RESTAURANTS H Spot ed to J'm Powell looks over the W'de selecfon of bo ts and shoes at Vandenbu gh s. Washington Square VANDENBURGH S SHOE STORE Portland Ore9OI1 240 Tlgard Shopping PI Tlgard Oregon 97223 180 ADVERTISING rl-'F If-SHOIS QdldOS ale? ll numn l lm ' 94:6 , L--.l.. pc swim no no Sport Shoes Now Stock Warm up Suits Speedo Swim Gym Shorts Soccer Shorts Golf Shirts School jackets ATHLETIC SOCKS School Bags Located ln Raleigh Hills Fred Meyer Shopping Cente 292 3567 COE MANUFACTURING CO 7930 S W Hunzlker Tlgord Oregon FAR WEST FEDERAL SAVINGS 7700 Nyberg Tualafin, Oregon Phone 638-8621 ....,E,,.,...,.. ..,.. .c,,. t ,. ,..,, ,.., If? :gg ziizl 4 izfigzg ,lZx, ZES, , or M A 1,.. ...,c...,.: 3. ,,:.c, cwgwww., 1 I ,tt ,t.., F' ' f - ' - K is its V six ll . Q t Hamann ' A -sg ll ll , W lil! H-. so E fe loo . A . Models Tennis Apparel S ' I I fl .,:: i . 1 f S 2 f A --12 k..k-.' 1 V t in 1 gf ,ttt.g -',- P X' ' " E ' 771- -fi, - il it ' . 1 In f E. ttttt.., ,,... tt.. .ttt,t 1 E -- - -- '- I 'f 4 F ' .3 4 . ' : Tv? .h L KA 4 . . ' ' ,L 0 I n I U .' ' 1 '- H- , 't :: I c ' - sv' A eeg. if A R' - v W to ' T3 - -ye W- .-- , , ,,,,,..,t E , - . 4f',i1ir.x1'i1f'S, T' 1135- 5 wfgsgf,-7 . , g AD VER TISING 1 81 TIGARD MEN S SHOP 247 Tlgarcl Plaza Ji Nss f..'..T-LEE. Mmm SAMBO S RESTAURANT H960 S W Paclflc Hwy Tngard Oregon Open 24 hrs 7 Days a Week Tlgard Qregon Good Food Friendly Service with a smlle t M M L , , , :,W.,, ., -I , I ip be A VM 1 I J we f' 51 lx? S' 5' mfpl' ' fe.. V35 Q' -A Q,..r y ,,,.l f - N Auf-'f 4. Y or is N,rhs I , Q nn: Qi! sg, 1 """"'lf',y jlfi -mf - , Astra A A ,fl W x 5 no , S , .7 S " ""'0' its 4 an 5 .. W- ., . . . . . . 1 I . . . . , I . 0 182 ADVERTISING KING CITY PLAZA MERCHANTS ASSOCIATION Pettlcoat Lane Beauty Salon K ng Valet Cleaners Decor Creations Prestige Properties Sprouse Reltz Sue s Clothes Carousel U S National Bank Holmans Fu n ture McCann s Pharmacy Klenows Food Store Huskey s Flne Gifts Kung Cnty Barbershop Apollo Health Foods Pioneer National Tltle Insurance Co Benjamin Franklm Savings 8: Loan Assn McBride Tour 81 T avel Kung s Garden lnc Tebo s Restaurant Kung Cnty Plaza lnsu ance CROW ENGINEERING CO Licensed Consultlng Engineers 9040 S W Burnham St Tugard Oregon 639 8404 COAST to COAST STORES I4355 S W Paclflc Hwy Tlgard Oregon 639-3525 Canterbury Square Shopping Center CASH S 60 Mlnute Cleaners I4295 S W Paclflc Hwy Tugard Oregon 639 5127 METER BOX EQUIPMENT CO Hwy 99W Hwy 2I2 Tigard, Oregon 639 5I3I i r i ' r Electro-Meister . . r 7 , . I - l ADVERTISING Great burgers best shakes in town DAIRY QUEEN 12740 S.W. Pacific Hwy. Tigard, Oregon THE DICKINSON FAMILY 7325 Bonita Rd Portland, Oregon 639 4117 Congratulations CIass of 76 HYSTER SALES COMPANY 7000 Sandburg 639 8910 Sales Leasing Rentals Parts and Service Tigard, Oregon 184 AD VER TISING KEY WEST RESTAURANT 11445 S W Pacific Hwy 245-3304 Prime Rib Dinner for Two S8 95 Tigard, Oregon TIGARD AUTO WRECKING 19135 S.W. Pacific Hwy. Sherwood, Oregon 625-6141 "13 acres of car and truck parts as Janet Rassmussen fills up the family cars at the family st tion, Rassmussen Chevron. RASSMUSSEN CHEVRON SERVICE 11747 S.W. Pacific Hwy. Tigard, Oregon 639-7151 E J LEASON PH 625 6161 STAK P o aox 434 AND CONSTRUCTION C0 INC TUALATIN oREGoN 97062 STEEL FABRICATION AND ERECTION OF TANKS TOWERS STRUCTURAL BUILDINGS MACHINERY INSTALLER FOR PULP AND PAPER PLYWOOD AND SAWMILLS MECHANICAL PIPING MILD STEEL AND STAINLESS ELECTRO RUST PROOFING CATHODIC PROTECTION SANDBLASTING AND PAINTING 'Q' ' lug- Jan. -n.,,s -EW S 4? -rn. -H-mf WX' 1 gl. R, X 1 . n ' . u 1 . - ., . , I g 3521 gl Mig-j7.I. 'S V -H . 35 1 11 " -if I f rr 'T 'TL "-X- .- QQ in F ix' -' H' I 'f""f ' TV A7I" 1:. Vf A "awk, " - ' x ,, -'L " f I I .I.I W Iwi fy I f-Q-L" E -. I' ,,. PI: I I I K K 'A f' . E W I t ,VI K - ,, ' Z.. ' .5,,Ju,, -' yy ,H t ffif: .Q 'R -.. N 5' I ' R 1 s 5 R , W I 5 A x AD VER TISING 1 85 VALLEY SCUBA CENTER 10803 S W Barber Bl d Portlond Ore90n 5 S5035 'R Pueuo .5 f"5"'L' S0001 POOL ali' Compliments of THRIFTWAY TUALATIN SHERWOOD SWS YOUNGS YOU' FUNERAL complete foocl stores 7705 S'W' Nyberg 11831 S.VV. Pacific Highway Tuctlcltin, Oregon Tlgard, Gregon 97223 639 1206 . . V . r . , X tlknx' T 'i V -I' . s. of 'St' we-N , , E. 1 E Y- .t ,y . sc, 4 V ,K . Q f- , . . . - A i E "M . 4 1 e 1 z ff ' wr fy, YV j , ' I, , V , f ew., fda. ff E 3 X s A, M, - A , -4 ' ,ff ' L 'Il f l 315, A-f M - A e'o ' L w ' ' ., . f.. - 4 ' V -' 5 1, D 3, h s t qt , H 1 f N Uv X' ' -X i- L ., .7 .wr S.. g -'E 'f ' ' 'E O I 186 AD VER TISING P' 5? We Q' i L ii FLOWERS by DONNA Every day you wake up rust a Ilttle but rlcher 11700 s w Hall Blvd lg' Washlngton Federal Savlngs -ngard Oregon ky Hllsboo Fo estGro e Aloha Bea e ton T gard a d Portland 'ig Fr x - .- 45 imc QETNIKERS AUEQ 1-3EnvlcE CENT AIR KING MANUFACTURING SETNIKERS CORPORATION Roof 8. Floor Trusses 8905 S.W. Burnham Sf. Tigard, Oregon 639-H41 AUTO SERVICE 13320 S.W. Pacific Hwy. Tigard, Oregon ADVERTISING 187 BUSINESS MACHINE COMPANY 6495 S W Jean Road Portland Oregon 636-5665 TIGARD SAND an GRAVEL Machines for Tualatln Oregon typmg adding calculating accounting and copying THE LIONEL CO Realtor DURAMETAL CORPORATION 9560 S W Herman Rd Tualatln Oregon 638 6501 Llonel AW Domrels Broker 12285 S W Mann St Tlgurd Oregon Quality Cast Iron 639 6180 Brake Drums P O Box 143 638 6588 'Ns -X. DAVIS CABINETS MODERN PLUMBING and Complete Plumbing Service STORE FIXTURES 9045 S W Burnham 8975 SW Burnham TIQUYCI O"e90n Trgard Oregon 639 3701 . . d I . ' I . - . I I I ' ' o o ' I . . . . l U . 0 I - I 0 - . . . ' rr ' I 71 - ,fx ' ,,...--I ',,,,.-.-f-' ,N V- '--,,..,.,v" -7--,X ' L?-,,..---'..a -,,,-v 'F ,pr-"' IS ..- .Y4,,.,,f"v " f-.-..,o-- is ,.,..1-v--"" 4-F F M-,,,,,-.f-vof' ffW-4.-- 'F 'i 4"-'-.--,,..,r-A---""' "'s. ggv -f-f-"""' '-'V v w-Y,,,,..-,v.- Q.. '-' ....,-..,..-..-.-,fo-' I -A -,... Y m X ' . . K . Q . . . - n I . I - 188 ADVERTISING GERBERQEQEIIIIGIQIBLADES CARVING KNIVES 8 SETS STEAK 8. DINING KNIVES 8. SETS KITCHEN KNIVES 8. SETS SPORTSMEN'S KNIVES FOLDING KNIVES 5 gFn!5?' SSI' QI, SSII '3 XI Sl ' IQIL I. dy 3 ,www :T Q99 '75 xl"'IA ' - A .'.,,A,v,..a .ef --r S K . I ' 4 Q' ' QW E 4 1. "-E! I E V1.4 I GIROD S I223O S W Mann Street Tlgard Oregon FIRST NATIONAL BANK X fl Z' Z fl DRIVE III PARKING l FIRST NATIONAL BANK OREGON II76O S W Hall Tugard Oregon V K 7 . . . ' u I V J OF I , K, -lk zfnf KI! , Iv I M dx, , Q' Y- I A , . " I ' 5 AD VER TISING 1 89 SODERHAM Machine Manufacturing Company PO Box 18358 Portland Oregon 638 4171 PRO AM SPORTS 3280 S W Cedar Hills Blvd Beaverton Oregon 643 8669 Athletic Equipment P.O. Box 1314 PAINTS 190 ADVER TISING FRED DRYSDALE Chevron Service Station Lake Grove - Durham Exit Salem Freeway Tlga rd Oregon 639-3003 ROGERS MACHINERY COMPANY INC 14600 S W 72nd Tlgard Oregon 639-6151 "Free Pickup and Delivery' FULLER O'BRIEN PAINTS 16290 S.W. 72nd Ave Portland, Oregon Phone 620-3040 , 1 K r s L' ."' 1 I .5 f .4 r AR K I ev, X K if Q' N . 4 Portland 5 and Arnerlc Milk Ice Cream Butler l and Chocolate l I -7 I I ? . v 4 ' 5, r 1 4 P 33425 arimariom ,, 51.9 o A f .f Qtlwlnlty I X r ' ' ' 3 5 rawme Fresh Dairy Products - A - Collage Cheese - Yogurt - Orange or nk . naval able at your store or delivered to your door V ' Mm , t "" Q --.W tm .L 2 Q' staffs: L "A Q' W 1 W .W. Morrison, Portland, Oregon ' 232-2131 CARNATION COMPANY 3342 S E Morrison Portland Oregon 97214 P Y Congratulations Class of 76 TUALATIN PHARMACY Tualatln Oregon In Tualatln Plaza 638-8558 8l0l S.W. Nyberg Rd. "SENIOR POWER" CLASS of I976 PALM ABRASIVE TOOL COMPANY 835 S E Belmont Portland, Oregon N O O Julie Palm makes photostatic co- pies for the records at Palm Abra- sive and Com an . AD VER TISING 1 91 SCOTT WALKER D M D 19300 S W Boones Ferry Rd Tll'Il31ll1 Oregon JAMES L CAIN D M D 12720 SE P'lClflC Hwy Trgard Oregon GREG S GENTRY D M D 8879 S E Center St Tlgard Oregon JACK F SMITH Optometrlst 12755 SW Mfnn St T1 ard Oregon DEAN HOLMAN Orthodontlst 11717 SE 88th Ave T1 'lrd Oregon CHARLES O MANSFIELD M D R A MacHAFFIE M D Physlclans and Surgeons Tualatln Valley Professlonal Center 11845 S W K1n James Place Tlgard Oregon MR and MRS CARL KNOX 10505 S W Clydesdale Place Tlgard Oregon DAVID W HUGHES D M D 12035 S W P'IClflC Hwy Tlgard, Oregon ard Optometric Cl1n1c CHARLES H SAMUEL O D 12720 S W PHCIIIC Hwy Tlgard Oregon JOHN PHIL KEIZER M D 11840 S W Klllg James Place T1 'lrd Oregon TOM FISHER D M D 11723 SW 88th Ave T1 ard Oregon D P SCHALK D M D 12720 S W Paclflc Hwy DAVID G WAGNER M D DAVID G HOOPER M D DANIEL A RISSER M D 19815 SW 65th Ave Tufnlatm Oregon FLOYD L HOLADY D M D 11835 S W Klng James Place Tlgard Oregon nd MRS JOHN M FLEMING 14345 S W 122nd Tlgard Ore on CONGRATULATIONS CLASS OF 76 .6 Q. . . 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' 'o o 5 . . g . , , , MR.a . . f 4 C ' I . - 0 a 4 9 5 . , . . . 1 92 AD VER TISING .A Aasen, Jerry 19 Abe, Debby 68,117,144 Abe,John 45,144 Abraham, Lori 19, 143 Accettura, Tom 162 Acker, Tom 130 Adams, April 19 Adams, Connie Adams, Wayne 681 Adolf, Karen 45, 106 Agun, Dan 68 Akins, Kevin 68 Alberts, Rick Alderton, Charlotte 45, 97, 138, 144 Aldridge, Dave 45 Alexander, Ferd 65, 68 Allison, Annette 45 Allison, Rusty 138 Allison, Tim 45 Anast, Steve 19, 128, 144 Anderegg, Paul 68, 142 Anderson, Brenda 44, 45, 138, 144 Anderson, Cheri 69, 118 Anderson, Cheryl 19, 136 Anderson, Chet 45 Anderson, Doug 19 Anderson, Mark 19 Anderson, Rachel 19, 138 Andre, Jeff 45 Andress, Dave 106 Andrews, Jim 69 Andrews, Lauri 45 Annanie, Mike 19, 130 Anshutz, Becky 63, 69, 81 Armstrong, Ed 162 Armstrong, Judy Arnason, Gregg 19 Arnett, Becky 69,137, 142 Arnold, Erin 45 Ardvison, Steve 69 Ashcroft, Barb 19, 128, 144 Ashcroft, Rose 68, 138 Ashenfelter, Cathy 19, 137, 139, 143 Askew, Teresa 69 Ausmann, Rosalee 69 Austin, Curtis 69 B Babin, Val 45 Babin, Virginia 162 Bade, Robert 19,42, 134, 135, 140, 143 Bader, Larinda 69, 145 Baer, Mike 141, 144 Baggenstos, Debbie 19, 30 Baijot, Lianna Baker, Matt 45, 104 Baker, Sandy 19 Bako, Cindy 691145 Baldwin, Shirley Banta, Dawn 19, 143 Barker, Bob 69, 129 Barker, Dean 45 Barker, Tim 45 Barlow, Fred 19,104, 117,129 Barnes, Joanne 44, 45, 134 Barter, Marge 69 Barth, Brian 19 Bauer, Kathy 19, 144 Baughman, Patricia Bault, Frank 45, 144 Baurer, Kathy 19 Baxter, Dana 19 Index Beach, Lori Beals, Paul 41, 63, 69,135,141 Bean, Fred Beaudry, Scott 45 Bechtold, Kim 45, 145 Beck. Shawn 19, 143 Becker, Cari 19,137, 140,198 Becker, Linda 44,45, 142, 145 Becker, Suzanne 45, 142, 145 Becraft,Tina 19 Beebe, Bryan 19 Belknap, Sheryle 69 Bell, Nancy 19 Berard, Jon 45 Bergseng, Margaret 162 Bergstrom, Ed Berning, Bev 19, 143 Bickel,Ju1ene 45,119,143,145 Bidiman, Jackie 45, 142 Bidiman, Tina 69 Biederman, Brian Bieker, Neal 69, 100, 105, 116, 121, 130 Billick, Leann 19, 144 Billick, Tammy 69, 138, 141, 144, 198 Blakely, Debbie 19 Bland, Geneva 69 Bolton, Bob 69, 125,128 Bolton, Doug 45,63,135, 141, 144 Bonacker, Cheri 45 Borthwick, Melody 45 Borrusso, Kathy 162 Boso, Marie 19 Bouman, Jeff 19 Bowen, Janice 19, 136 Bradfish, Curt 19 Bragiel, Dean Brannan, Scott 19 Brawand, Lori 19, 143 Bray, Bill 70 Bray, Larry 45 Brazil, Larry Brethour, Dez Brewer, Paula 70 Brewer, Steve 19, 117 Brewer, Tim 20 Brickley, Brian 45, 51, 65, 141, 144 Brinegar, Holly 20 Brisson, Curt 20, 104, 130 Broderick, Melanie 45, 135, 144 Bronson, Eric 20,135, 138,143 Brooker, Terry 20 Brosy, Janet 45, 144 Brosy, Jean 45, 47, 61,141 Broussard, Mabel 162 Brown, Becky 20, 143 Brown, Bonnie 45 Brown, Dan 45 Brown, Charlene 45 Brown, Donna 70 Brown, Kim 20 Brown, Steve 20, 22 Brown, Tammy 20, 143 Brugato, Karen 20 Brummett, Dick 20, 63, 143 Bryan, Traci 20 Bryant, Debbie 70 Bryant, Denice 20, 161 Bryant, Pat 70 Buche, Carol 70 Bunch, Jerry 70 Bunn, Jim 70 Burgess, Jerry 45, 104 Burgess, Laura 20, 119, 130, 139 Burgess, Mike 46 Burgess Sue 39 46 Burgessi Tom 46 Burghardt, Joe 70, 104 Burghardt, Tom 46, 63, 104, 141, 141, 142 Burke, Diana 20 Burke, Kathy 70 Burke, Mary 46 Burke, Mike 20, 104, 105 Burkey, Brad 46, 144 Burley, Dave 20 C Cagle, Tom 71 Calandra, Cheryl 20, 143 Calkins, Diane 46 Cameron, Dale 71 Cameron, John Cappoen, David 20 Carey, Joy 20, 123, 128, 137, 143 Carey, Ron 83,121,128 Carey, Tammy 20 Carlisle, Andy 71, 97, 105, 119, 136 Carlisle,Cathy 46 Carlisle, Ed 20, 205, 119 Carpenter, Cindy 46, 131 Carter, Scott 20 Carter, Tom 71 Case, Shari 20 Caswell,Cathy 99, 107, 118 Caswell, Shane 46, 63,104,125, 141 Chamberlain, Jean 46 Chapman, JoJo 20, 143 Chaput, Dwayne 20 Charlet, Donna 46, 145 Charter, Randy Chenoweth, Candy 71 Chenoweth, Tracy 71 Chereck, Tom Childers, Debby 46 Chinn, Tani 20, 143 Chittenden, Steve 46 Christensen, Cindy 20, 143, 144 Christeson, James 20 Christeson, Paul 71 Christiansen, Dan 46, 142 Churchill, Ted Clark, Ann 162 Clark, Dale 71 Clark, Dan 20 Clark, Darrell 20 Clark, Jan 71 Clark, Jeff 20, 34 Clark, Jeff 20, 144 Clark, Mike 20, 129 Clark, Misse 20, 135 Clawson, Dave 20, 117, 131 Clayton, Shelly 71 Clifford,Janice 71, 142 Cloud, Rich 46 Clough, Marty 71 Cobb, Frank 46 Cole, Shawn 20, 143 , Cole, Terry Coles, Dane 39, 41, 46, 47,135 Collier, Robie 71, 142 Collins, Randy 46, 104, 116 Compton, Tim 46, 56, 63 Conover, Coleen 46 Conway, Dan 20 Cook, Dave 46 Cook, Shirley Cookson, Bill 71, 100, 105, 119, 136, 141, 144 Cookson, Bob 20 Coolman, Karen 20, 144 Coombs, Elva 162 Cooper, Anne 46, 134, 198 Cornilles, Nancy 71, 145 Cornilles, Tom 46, 142 Corrigan, Jay Cotton, Julie 71 Cox, Brenda 20, 138 Cox, Donna 72 Cox,Jennifer 46,142 Cox, Tom 20,119,128 Craig, Anne 162 Craig, Doug 46, 116 Cramer,Trin 20, 143 Cranford, Derrald 46, 142 Cranford, Wanda 20 Craughan, Nancy 20, 135 Crawford, Doug 46 Crews, Rhonda 20 Crisman, Randy 110 Crist, Jon 20 Crook, Mike 44, 46, 135 Cross, Linda 46, 142 Crossway, Tracy 72, 107, 118 141, 142 Crowder, Linda 20 Crowe, Gina 20 Cuddeford, Karren 46 Culbertson, Jenny 46, 142 Cummins, Terri 72 Cunningham, Jane 72 Cunningham, Joe 20 Cunningham, Sheryl 46 Cuprisin, Cindy 20 Cuprisin, Debbie 72 Curtis, Heidi Cutz, Cathy 72 ID Dacklin, Eric 42, 72, 105, 116 125, 129 Dahl, Carol 72, 88 Dahl, Dave 20, 117 Danielson, Pete 104 Darr. Danice 46 Davis, Connie 20 Davis Jeff 72 Davis Kathy 46 Davis, Laurie 72, 141, 145 Davis Lorri 46 Davis Rod 72 Davis, Russ Daw, Larry 135,162 Dawley, Joann 46 Dawley, Juli 23, 140 Dayson, Betty Dean, Jo Anna 23 Dempster, Mike 46. 141, 144 Dendurent, Bill 119, 136 DeRidder, Robin 23 Dewitt, Bob 72, 141,161 Dick, Teri 46, 52 Dickhous, Lynette 23 Dickinson, Carol Dickson, Darla 23, 144 Dickson, David 72 Diehl, Betty 23 Dieker, Barb 46, 109, 118, 134 140 Dieker, Beth 23, 143 Dinsmore, David 46 Dmytryshyn, Tania 23 Dobson, Dale Donner, Diana 23 Doriaell, Donal 72 Dougan, Cindy 46 Dougan, Dave 46, 104 Dougherty, Sheila 162 Douglass, Mary Ann 23 Dowers, Glenn 72 Dowers, Karen 143 Doyle, Lynda 23 Dreeszen, Lisa 23 INDEX 1 93 Hughes, Dreeszen, Paula 72 Dressel, Kim 46, 141 Driver, Debi 72 Driver, Karen 23 Duff, Glen 72 Duff, John 23,136 Duffy, Gary 23,117,129 Duncan, Steve 23 Duncan, Sue 72 Duncan, Tom 23 Dunn, Donna Dupraw, Lydia 21, 23, 138 Durgan, Beth 46, 155 Durrett, Dan 21, 23, 104 Duvall, Karin 23, 132, 138 Dye, Chris 46 Dykes, Lee Ann 23, 139, 143 E Easterling, Brent 46 Easterling, Brian 46 Eggert,Ju1ic 72 Ehlers, Craig 73,116,130, 141 Ellingsen, Terri 73 Elliott, Su 46,135, 141 Elsasser, Jeff 23 Emerson, Linda 23, 143 Ennen, Laury 46 Erdman, Larry 46 Erdt, Debbie 23, 42,138,143 Erickson, Scott 23, 121,131 Erickson, Suanne 23, 39, 137, 139, 143, 145 Escriva, Tim 46 Evans, Dale 73 Evans, David 23 Evans, Gary 46 Evans, Joe 46 Evenson, Fred 49 Evenson, Lee 23, 104 F Fairbanks, Susan Farris, Dale 49 Farris, Debbie 23 Farris, Denise 73 Fast, Terrie 23 Fay,John 23,104 Fazal, Anny 23, 134,135, 140 Feller, Don 162 Fenison, Elden 23, 144 Ferguson, Frances Ferlitsch, Maureen 73 Ferry, Gayle 49 Ferry, Melissa 23, 139 Finn, Elaine 49 Finnigan, Mary 49 Fiorante, Gary 73, 99, 104,121 129, 141, 144 Fiorante, Marina 23 ,'144 Fisher, Kim 23 Fisher, Sue 39, 74, 142 Fiskum, Nancy 162 Fleming, Nick 23, 198 Fletcher, Rhonda 74 Fletcher, Sandy 23, 63, 142, I Flowers, Jake 74 Foley, Mike 49 Fontendt, Karen 49 Ford, Darrell Ford,Judi 49,130 Foster, Doug 23, 130, 198 Foster, Tammy 49, 136 Foster, Tom 74, 117, 198 Fox,Kelly 128 Frank, Emily 74, 138 Frank, Rose, 74, 138 Franzke, Jean 49, 118 Frazer, Kev Frazier, Tacey 194 INDEX Freeman, Chandra 23 Fritchman, Robin Fritz, Becky 74 Fritz1er,Candy 49, 142, 144, 155 Frost, Debbie 49 Frost, Paul 23 Fuhr, Marcia Fuller, Bob 49 Fuller, Steve 74 Fullerton, Kelly 74 G Gagliasso, Teena 49, 141 Gallaway, Leslie 74 Galvan, Jessie 23 Galvin, Grace 155, 162 Gamble, Jackie Gamel, Brenda 49 Ganoe, Cheri 23, 135 Garcia, Dan Garrison, Glenn Garvin, Pat 49 Gates, Dan 75 Gates, Gary 49 Gates, Mindi 23 Gation, Dave 49, 104, 129 Gation, Steve 23, 130, 144 Gavin, Mary 75 Gavin, Theresa 23, 29, 144 Gedney, Tammy 49, 35.155 Gehring, Dan 49 Gehring, Robert 75 Geiglein, Garth 75, 104, 117 Geiglein, Gary 75 Geilmann, Hollie 49, 134, 135 Gentemann, Gary 157 Gentry, Mike Germeyer, Gayle 75 Getsinger, Anita 23, 143 Getsinger, Jayne 75, 121 Gibson,Mark 104 Gibson, Pam 49 Gilham, Alison 23,137,144 Gilliland, Dan 49 Glanz, Rick 49, 55, 63, 144 Glenn, Pat 23,104 Glenn, Terry Goaslind, Robyn 75 Goaslind, Sandy 49 Goble, John 49 Going, Jenny 49, 145 Going, Julie 75, 105,1l8, 140 Golden,Warren 23, 105, 121, 120 Goodin, Patty 49, 118 Goodwin, Jennifer 75 Goodwin, Morgan 23, 104, 117 Goodwin, Rachel 23, 39, 145, 198 Gordon, Mike 29, 144 Gorham, Jeff 42, 75,135,142 Gorham, Kelly 39, 49, 106 Gottlieb, Ed Gottwald, Lisa 49, 138, 144 Graf, Dixie 23,139,143 Graham, Diane 75 Graham, Mike 24, 104 Grant, Doug 76 Gray, Randy Green, Cecilia 144 Green, Mitch 76, 104 Green, Su 76 Greenwood, Tom 24, 105, 130, 144 Gregory, Denise 49, 142 Gregory, Karen 24, 119, 143 Griffith, Grant 49, 104, 130, 142 Grimstad, Jay 49 Groce, Kelle 49 Groce, Pat 76 Grogg, Diana 76,135,143,144 Grotte, Jill Grove, Jim 104,116,129 Grover, David 76 Grover, Diana 24 Grund,Curtis 18, 24, 104, 116, 126, 130 Grund, Linda 76,138 Gruver, Dan 144 Gruver, Lynne 76 Gunnell, Garth Guthrie, Larry 76 Guyer, Tracy 24, 137, 139 H Haag, Jeff 76,141,144 Haag, Tim 24,105, 141,144 Haas, Bobbi 76 Haddock, Martin 24, 104, 117, 130 Haddock, Shelly 76 Haddon, Susie 24 Haevischer, Lori 49 Hage, Robin 77 Hagedorn, Ann 162 Haggstrom, Dennis 24 Haggstrom, Liz 49, 142 Hagopian, Karen 24, 138 Haines, Kelly 77 Hall, Scott 24,104,130 Hall,Tonya 24 Hambach, Mike 77 Hamby, Linda 49, 135 Hamilton, Cindy 24 Hamilton, Scott 49, 97, 104, 117 Hammond, Daryl 24, 100, 105 Hammond, Laura 77 Hammond, Linda 24, 61, 143 Hankins, Julie 77, 155 Hanneman,Kathleen 49 Hansen, Dean 24, 49 Hansen, Cindy 118, 128 Hansen, Mike Hansen, Susan 24, 65 Hanson, Doug 24 Hanson, Gerry 49, 97, 104,129 Hanson,Grant 49,105,130 Hanson, Jim 24,119,130 Harding, Tammy 77 Harlan, Jeff 24 Harmon,Connie 128 Harp, Linde 21, 24 Harris, Dave 77, 104,141, 144 Harry, Doug 49, 116 Hart, Susan 24, 140 Hartel, Allen Hartley, Debbie 77 Harvey,Marc 49,104,1l2,1l6, 129, 141, 144 Hass, Terri 18, 24, 34,139 Hasuike, Grace 24, 128 Hatcher, Lucinda 77, 135 Hathaway, Lyle 162 Haugen, Bill 77 Haunsperger, Bart 24 Haunsperger, Brett 24 Hausotter, Marta 24, 26, 142, 144 Hausotter, Yolanda 49, 134, 142, 144 Hawes, Ken 130 Hazard,John 24 Hazlett, Debbie 24 Hedgepeth, Don 104,117, 162 Hedgepeth, Karen 39, 78, 135, 141,143 Hedgepeth, Steve 24, 25, 105, 117,130 Heermans, Cathy 24 Heil,Chuck 161,162 Heintz, Jane 49 Heintz, Karen 49 Held,Kirk 24, 97,104,1l2,l17, 130 Helfrich, Jeannenc 49 Henningsen, Randy Herberholz, Larry 49 Herbert, Jeff 24 Herbster, Val 49 Herbster, Donna Hermanson, Rick 78, 105, 119, 136 Hermanson, Todd 18, 24, 135, 136 Herold, Lee 49 Heubler, Kevin 128 Heuvelhorst, Tami Hibbard, Dennis Hibler, Dave Higgins,Cathy 49 Higgins, Ward 24 Hildick, Anne Hill, Kathy 49 Hitchen, Johna 78 Hoang, Nga Hoen, Don 78 Hoffcrt, Alex 131 Hodges, Kim 50 Hogan, Kathy 50 Holcombe, Jerry 79 Holcombe, Steve 50 Hollenhors, Robin 24 Hollingsworth, Kurt 79, 104 Hooton, Rick 44, 50,104,129 Hoots, Judy Hoots, Tom Hopson, Horton, Howell, Howser, Tim 79, 93,129 Liz 50, 119,128, 144 Allen 79 Mitch Huebler, Kevin 24 Dennis Hughes, JB 24,104 Hughes, Joe 24 Hughes, Karri 78 Hughes, Terri 79 Hullet, Denise 24, 39, 135 Hulquist, Brad 24 Hummel, Alan 24 Hunt, Kathy Hunt, Rocky 24 Huntley, Brenda 24 Huntley, Jim 24,104 Huntley, Julie 79 Huntsman, Jeff 50, 105 Hutchinson, Kevin 79 Hutchinson, Terry 50, 135 I Imrie, Laura 79, 138 Ingraham, Donna 50, 141 Irby, Betsy 50, 128 Irby, Matt 79 Irish, Jeff 50,104,104,116, 129 Irish, Phil 24, 144 Irvine, Arthur Isabell, Carrie 24, 143 Jack, Greg 79 Jackson, Allyn 61,79, 141,144 Jackson, Jaelynn 24, 41,143 Jackson, Tammy 24 Jacob, Jeff Jacober, Lori 50 Jacobs,Craig 24,144 Jacobs, Linda 24, 130, 144 Jacobs, Tammy 50, 141,142 Jacobsen, Denise 27, 143 Jacobsen, Nancy 79, 142 Jain,Cindy 50,136 Jaquess, Mark L Mgebroff, Andy 53 Jaquess, Sallie 144 Jarman, Celeste 50, 142 Jarman, Lori 79 Jeffries, Mark 79 Jeffs, Mike 27 Jenkins, Darcy 27 Jenkins,Jim 27,131 Jesenik, Belinda 27, 128,143 Jesenik, Bob 50, 126,128, 144 Joens, Craig 50 Johanson, Lois 50 Johanson, Phil 79,85 Kozuka, Nao 80, 141, 144 Karmer, Kay 21, 27,144,145 Kramer, Kirk 80 Kreick, George Kressley, Matt 27 Kroo, Deanna 27 Kruger, Timm 27, 130 Kuhn, John 27 Kummer, Mark 50, 135,140 Kunz, Cindy 81 Johnson Bret 50 Johnson, Dave 50, 142, 155 Johnson, Greg 27,104,119,144 Johnson, Jan 79 Johnson Jeff Johnson Kirk 27 Johnson Kirt 50 Johnson, Lisa 61, 79, 85, 135, 138, 144 Johnson, Lori 27,135, 140, 144 Johnson Lloyd Johnson, Mavis 27 Johnson Michele 142 Johnson, Phyllis 27 Johnson, Sue 162 Johnson, Tom 79 Johnson, Walt 162 Lacey, Tim Ladd, Connie 50 Laing, Leslie 27 Lamb, Diane 50, 105,141, 144 Lambert, Tom Lambeth, Matt 27 Landis,Cindy 50 Lansing, Neill 50, 104, 130 Larkin, Stephen Larson,Duane 50 Larson,Joan 81 Larson,Kim 50 Latter, John 27, 130 Laughlin, Dave 27 Law, Greg 27,105, 130,144 Lawrence, Emmylu Jones, Dawn 27 Jones, Joe 50,198 Jordan, Delane 27 Jungkind, Debbie 50 Lawrence, Helen 138, 162 Lawrence, Mike 50 Lawrence, Nathan 27 Lawrence, Steve 81 K Kahn, Steve 143 Kain, Rick 27 Kaiser, Ann Kaiser, Pat 79 Lawson, Bob 27, 130, 144 Lawson, Dan 27, 143 Lawson, Dawn LeNormand, Debbie 27 LeNormand, Margaret Leach, Gary 119 Leach, Vicki Leason, Vicky 50, 145 Loper, Mark 53 Lopez, Melinda 53 Lopez, Michelle 39, 81 Lorence, Dana 28 Lorence, Ron 53 Loughney, Lori 28, 109, 180, 125, 130 Low, Andi 28 Lowrance, Shannon 81, 135, 138, 140, 142 Lungo, Teri Lyon, Janet 28, 161 Lyon, Lynette 81 M MacDonald, Dana 53 Macey, Brian 81, 86 Mackey, Debbie 28 Mack, Joe 82 Maddy, Dave 53 Madland, Alan 28 Madsen, Bret Mahaffey, Glenn 28 Maksym, Connie 53 Major, Karen 28 Malanowski, Jane 53, 145 Maleta, Matt 28, 117, 130 Mallicoat, Lynn 28, 139 Mallory, Lori 28, 144 Mallory, Matt 53, 128, 144 Manley, Kathy 82 Manley, Mary 110, 180 Marks, Sherry 53, 130 Medley, Sheree 28 Meese, Angela 134, 140 Memovich, Nancy 28, 143, 144 Merklin, Danny 82, 106 Merklin, Dave 82 Merryman, Richard 53 Meskel, Karen 28 Meyer, Barb 53 Meyer, Gayle 82, 138 Meyer, Matt 28, 42, 61, 104, 134, 143 Mgebr off, Chris 53, 129 Michael, Brian 53, 129 Mlchell, Jeff 53,155 Miller, Carlton Miller, Geoff 53 Miller, Jim 53,141,144 Miller, Linda 53 Miller, Lori 82 Miller, Marc 158 Miller, Mark 53 Miller, Randy 53 Miller, Sam 82 Mills, Spencer 53 Minor, Susan Minton, Richard 28, 144 Minyard, Betty 53, 131, 142, 145 Minyard, Carol 28, 106, 119, 130 Jennifer 48, 53, 145 Martin, Jeff 82 Martin, Martin, Naomi 53 Mason, Bill Matney, Paul 28 McMonagle, Shannon 28 Kalweit, Patty 27 Karr, Tiger 27,105, 130 Keith, Peg 50 Keith, Terri 27,135,142 Kellenbarger, Kelly 27, 99, 100, 106, 144 Kellner, Brent 50 Kelly, Betty 162 Kelly, Dan 27 Kelly, Lee 27,135 Kelly, Tim Kennedy, Coleen Kennedy, Connie 27, 135, 139, 144 Kenny, Judy Kerovecz, George 50 Keswick, Gary 80 lKeuler, Cindy 50, 161 euler,Patsy 27 ing, Clifford 27, 105, 130,144 ing, Connie 50, 144 ing, Debbie 80 ing, Karen 50, 135 ing, Paul 27 inlock, Kathy 80, 125, 130 irkland, Dave 80, 157 irkland, Gail 50 irkland, Mike 27 iser, Royce 116 ling, Connie 27, 118, 142 Knauss, Sarah 39, 50 Knight, Julie 50 Knox, Flora 153,162 inox, Ron 50, 63,135,144, 198 Coch, Gary 27 Coch, George 141,142,143 Coch, Ron 80, 144 a iociemba, Dean 50, 138, 144 Coenig, Leslie 80 iolb, Cilla 80, 142 Colleas, Sue 50, 142 ioon, Janis 80, 145 Leavy, Phil 27 Lee, Andrea 50, 119 Lee,Craig Lee, Julie 81 Lee, Karen 27,143 Lee,Mike 50 Lee,Nancy 162 Leger, Laura 27 Legoo, Sherry 27 Lehman, Jeff 27,141, 144 LeNormand, Margaret 51 Lenow,Joe 27, 104 Lesh, Brent 50 Leth, Linda 27 Lew, Joy 81 Lewis, Laurie Lewis, Mark 50, 104,116, 142 Lewis, Nancy 162 Lewis, Tammy 81 Lewis, Terri 50, 118 Lewis, Tom 81, 116,141,142 Light, Cindy 27, 100, 106, 143 Light, Jim 81, 125, 131,157 Lindberg, Mike 27 Lindner, Jenny 81, 138 Lindner, Kurt 50, 121, 128,144 Lindsay,Charmaine 163 Lindsay, Wade 50, 134 Lindsey, Lori 50, 136, 142 Lindsey,Sandy 50 Livengood, Tony 50 Loar, Howard 81,153 Lockwood,Dale 27 Lof, Peggy 81,118,138 Londberg, Craig 50, 116 Long, Brett 27 Long, Gary 27, 137, 144 Long, Jennifer 27, 143 Long, Ken 53 Long, Lori 81 Long, Teri 28, 140 Longfellow, Dean 28 Mathews, Mark 53 Mauldin, Chris 53 Mauldin,Chuck 53 Mayernik, John 53 Mayfield, Mark 119 McBride, Dan 53, 157 McBride, Dave 28, 104,129,144 McClellan, Marta 53, 135, 142 McClellan, Paul 28 McComas, Kelly 28 McCoy, Mike 28, 104,130 McCreary, Karen 82 McCulloch, Erin 44, 53 McCulloch, Grant 68, 76, 82, 104, 112, 116 McCulloch, Shawna 28 McDaniel, Dan 82 McDaniel, Kelly 82, 134, 140, 142 McDaniel, Lauri 28, 63,138 McDonald,Cliff 82 McFarland, Bertha 28 McFerran, Debbie 82 McFerran, Julie 28 McGibbon, Kelley 53, 135, 141 McGladrey, Manny 63, 104, 114, 123,130, 142,144 McGladrey,Mac 163 McGrady, Pat 28 McGrath, Jerry 129 McGuire, Jim 39, 76, 82 McKay, Karen 82 McKay, Kelly 28 McMillan, Bob 82,105,110,119 McMillan, Kathy 82 McMillan, Rose 53, 105,112, 119 McNally, Gene 53 McNamara, Dan 28 McNish, Bill 163 McVicker, Brian 53 McVicker, Peggy 82 McWhorter, Chris 82 Meador, Minor 28, 39 Misso, Leonard Mitchell, Debbie 28, 135 Moak, Abe 28,142 Moak, Doug 83 Moak, Rachel 83 Moffat, Bob 53 Monroe, Rod 134, 163 Morehead, Judy 83, 142 Morford, Laura 53,l25,131,142 Morgan,Duane 83, 141,144 Mor1an,Doug 53,l05, 135,141 Morlan, Marty 83, 106, 144 Morris, Cassie 28, 142, 145 Morrison, Chuck 53, 104 Morrison. Sam 83, 97, 99, 104, 117, 130 Moiser, Tim 28, 105,130, 144 Mote, Steve Mullins,Heather 28 Murphy, John 53 Murphy, Margaret 28, 145 Murray, Dave 84 Murray, Rick 28 Murray, Ron 28 Myers, Greg 28,104,l23,129 Myers, Terry 28, 104 N Nanna, Art Nash, Dennis 53 Nash, Doug 53 Naylor, John 28 Nehez, Steve 84 Nelson,Clint 28 Nelson, Debbie 28 Nelson, Diana 28, 140 Nelson, Ed 53 Nelson, Steve 84 Nelson, Susan 28,144 Nelson Nesvol ,Tammy 53, 145 d, Ron 84 Newbill,Judy 84 Newell, Brad 53 Newell, Doug Newman, Anna 53, 135 Nibblett, Bryan 84, 106 Nichol, Dan 28 Nicholls, Joy 28 Nichols, Tami Nicoli, Kim 84 Niemi, Kathy 28, 143 Nisbet, Dennis 28 Nixon, Julie 84 INDEX 195 Nixon, Mark 53 Nogle, Mike 28, 99, 104 Nordling, Sally Nortness, Mark 84 Nussbaum. Luann 84, 198 Nyberg, Cleve 31 O O'Connor, Brian 85 O,Connor, Gene 31 O'Connor, Kevin 85 O'Farrell, Rick 53, 129 O'Halloran, Kate 18, 31, 130, 135, 139 O'Ha1loran, Shirley Oakley, Lee 53, 144 Oakley, Sarah 85 Odell, Jeff 31,130 Ohanesian, Sue 31,135,144 Olds, Linda 31 Olds, Jeanne 53 Olson, Marlene 53, 119 Olson, Sonja 31 Osborne, Kim 31, 144 Osterhout, Nancy 53, 61, 135, 141, 142, 145 Susan 87, 10 Ottoman, Lou Ann 53 P Paden, Becky 54 Palm, Julie 85, 107, 119,128 Parker, Jackie Parker, Teresa Parlette,Gail 31 Parlettc, Margaret 54 Parlette, Rick 85 Parr, Sonya Parrott, Butch Paterson, Owen 31 Patterson, Bill 1 17 Pavek, Peter 54 Peachey, Tanya 31 Pearson, Jeanette 54, 142 Pearson, Janelle 85 Pearson, Roger Peck, Patil 163 Propst, Gail 86,107,138, 144 Prosise, Pam 54 Provancher, Alan 86 Provancher, Becky Pugh, Tami 138 Pykonen, Janet 31, 143 Quarles, Marjorie Quarles, Nancy 31 Quimby, Laura 54 Quinn, Pat 31,137 Quinn, Rick 86,138,198 R Rackely, Rhea Rahier, Mindi Rakestraw,Kim 54, 141 Ramsey, Stacy 54 Randall,Julie 31,138 Rasmussen, Cathy 31 Rasmussen,Janet 86, 107, 138 Rasmussen, Kurt 86 Rausch,Tom 86 Rawlings, Nick 31 Rawls, Betsy 31, 143, 144 Reeser, Warren 31 Reidt, Sue 31 Rein, Cindy 61, 86,138,142 Rein, Roger 54 Reiter, Vicki 31 Remillard, Becky 31 Reynolds, Bev 31, 137, 143 Reynolds, Brad 86 Reynolds, Dave Ricciardi, Colleen 54 Rudnick, Kathleen 54 Rudnick, Roberta 88 Rumreich, Joseph 88, 142 Rumrill, Sandi 54, 142 Runyan,Denise 31 Russen,Bambi 54 Ryan, Dave 54 Ryland, Shari 31 S Sabol, Jan 54 Sage, Randy 31 Sakata Enda 163 Salmon, Nancy 32 Samuel,Chris 54 Sanders,Cathy 54 Sanders,Connie 32, 106,143 Sanders, David 32 Sanders, Marty 54 Sands, Rick 32 Santee, Dave 88, 100, 105 Sargant, Julie 32, 143 Sattler, Traci 54 Savaloja, Darlene 54 Savaloja, Ken 88 Saxe, LisAnn 32 Skrzypiec, Tina Slawosky, Jim 89,105, 135, 138 139 Slemons, Salli 89 Slemons, Suzy 32, 198 Slick, Dan 57, 116 Smith, Coleen 57,119,136 Smith, Dan 57 Smith, Harold Smith, Janell 32 Smith, Jeanie 32 Smith, Julie 89 Smith, Kathy 89 Smith, Marcia 32, 144 Smith, Nancy 57 Smith, Rebecca 32 Smith, Richard 32, 104,117 Smith, Susan Smith, Terry 88,89 Smith, Tim 57 Smreck, Char Smrekar, John Saxe, Ward 54 Schattenberg, Herm 104, 116, 163 Schenk, Schiffba Ron 54, 116 uer, Kurt 32 Schiffbauer, Terry 32 Schmalz, Lori 143 Schmidt, Delllla 18, 134, 140 Schmidt, Martin 32 Schmidt, Randy 32 Schmitz, Dennis 88 Schneider, Betsy 54, 138 Richardson, Brenda 31 Richardson Bob 31 Richardson Bob 86,144 Richardson Kathy 86 Richardson, 7,138 Schneider, Bonny 88 Schockelt, Bernie 32, 105, 119 Schrag, Mari 142 Schroetke, Becky Percy, Dave Pham, Yen Peek, Paula Pennington, Perry, Heidi Lisa 31 85,144 31 Peterscn,Wayne 163 Peterson, Jann 31,106,144 Peterson, Tami 85,138,l39,142 Pfaftle, Gretchen 31 Richey, Erin 87, 142 Richey, Trina Rieken, Pat 87 Richmond, Lani 31 Riggin, Ron 54 Riley, Dave Rinker, Gayle 54, 142 Rippey, Tim 54, 119 Rivas, Blaine 31 Riverman, Cheryl 87,138,141 Riverman, Sue 31, 42, 135 Robards, George 54, 141, 144 Robbins, Marc 87 Roberts, Dave 31, 117, 128 Schrom, David 54, 136 Schultz,Cindy 54 Schultz,Scott 32,131 Schultz, Steve 18, 32, 104 Schultz,'Teri 54 Schulze, Julie 61, 89,142 Schuyley, Randy 32 Scott, Barbara 54 Scott, Doreen 54 Scott, Gordy 54,104, 116,123 129 Scott, John Scott, Maureen 54 Scott, Tim 32 Scott, Wanda 32 Phillcy, Jim 31 Phillips, Glenda 85 Phillips, Ken 85 Pillers, Larry 54 Pipkin, Gordon Pippin, Mike 85, 142 Pippin, Bill 54 Pizer, Wayne 54,104,118 Pletnikoff, Jake 54 Poage, Lori Polston, Rick 54, 61, 63,141, 142 Popp, Sharon 54, 134, 140 Poppert, Alan 85 Poppert, Mark 31 Porter, Rick 31 Portinga, Shari 31, 141, 144 Post, Lynne 31 Potterf, Sharon 31 Powell, Jim 86 Powell, Richard 144 Powers, Rose 31 Roberts, Janis 31, 144 Roberts, Kathy 87, 107 Roberts, Sharol 31, 128, 138,144 Prince, Rob 54 Printup,Teresa 86 Prochaska, Mike 196 INDEX Robertson, Don Robertson, Pauleta Robinson, Joe 31,117,131 Robinson, Julie 31 Rogers, Alan 86, 87 Rogers, Francis Rogers, Rich 54, 119, 144 Rogler, Jeff 31,119,140 Rojas, JoAnn 39, 54 Rolfe, Alan 42, 163 Roll, Leanna 31, 143 Rolly, Kim 81, Romine, Randy 54, 198 Romine, Ray 54,104, 109,117 Roos, Wayne 87,138 Root, Dave 54 Rose, Judy 87 Rosenquist Joy 31,143 Rosenquist,Judy 31,143 Roshak, Gary 31 Ross, Cathy 31 Rossiter, Tom 31 Sears, Chuck 32 Seelye, Dan 89 Sell, Raylene 54 Senor, Tom 32, 117 Shafer, Connie Shaw, Daryl 32 Shay, Tammy 54, 145 Shearer, Ben 54, 104, 117 Shearer, Brad 105, 116 Shearer, Rhonda 32, 143 Sheldon, Mark 32 Shelledy, Carol 89 Shelledy, Patty 54 Sherman, John Shelton, Cliff 163 Shinn, Darwin 150 Shinn, Dorothy Sigler, Tamy Silva, Bev 163 Silvey, Doug 54, 110,116 Simerson, Jeff 54 Singleton, Stu 54, 119, 136,144 Sisk,Cory 32 Skoglund, Jim Skrondal, Bob 128, 163,198 Snyder, Darcy 57 Snyder, Diane 89 Snyder, Owen Soares, Mary 89, 134 Soma, Heidi 89 Sommer, Doug 32, 105, 119 Sommer, Kathy Sorg, Bret 104, 129 Soule, Vicki 32, 137 Southard, Kristy 89, 107, 118 Sparhawk, Liz 57 Sparhawk, Evelyn Spear, Julie 57, 61,141 Spear, Tony 89 Spencer, Marcie 57, 138 Spencer, Mike 32,104, 117, 130 Spooner, Pete Sproul,Connie 42, 163 Sproul, Jerry 32,104,117,129 Stafford, Tonyia 57,89 Stahl, Marguerite Stahl, Rick 39, 83, 89, 97, 106 Standerfer, Andy 89, 99, 105 Stanfill, Brian 32 Stanfill, Donna 89 Stanke, Lori 32 Stebbins, Wendy 89 Steen, Mack 57 Stenhouse, Sheri 57 Steury, Annette 89, 138 Stevens,Tamie 32 Stevenson, Kip 153 Stevenson, Margie 89, 198 Stevenson, Mike 32, 104 Steyaert, Harold Stiles, Rhonda 90, 137, 145 Stober, Lauri 90,107, 118, 144 Stolley, Roger Stone, Ian 23 Stoneburner, Gai 190 Sturm, Patty Lou 32 Strauss, John 57 Strieker, Carolyn Strickler, Bev 57 Strom, Gordon Strom, Louie 90 90 Sudlow, Diane 32 Sutter, Ann 32 Sutton, Carol Sutton, Jill Swank, Judy 32 Swank, Susan Sweatt, Raelene 32, 140 Sweeney, Anne Sweeney, Dave 57, 105,121 Swopes, Bret Tabert, Lauri 32,l19,137,139 Taennler, Barbara 90 Taennler, Bill 57, 105 Talbot,Matt 142 Taylor, Karen 57, 142, 144 Taylor, Paul 57, 138,142, 151 Taylor, Scott 119 Taylor, Steve 32 Teach, Kevin 57 Thoennes, Janice 90, 105 Thomas, Florence 32, 143 Thompson, Brad 32 Thompson,Janet 32 Thompson, LeeAnn 90 Thompson,Phi1 57, 141,144 Thompson Bill 32, 130,144 Van Elsberg, Leon Van Natta, Leonard Van Nortwick, Bill 91 Vandenburgh, Ken 91, 138 Vanderhoof, Rick 91, 128 VanVeen Paul 86 Vaughan, Lisa 91, 145 Vaughn, Kevin 35 Vavich,Pete 104,118,126,130 Veale, Susan 57 Vernon, Niel 91 Vincent,Don 116 Vitko, Yvonne 163 Thomsen, Dennis 57, 142 Thomsen, Keith 90,138,141, 144 Thornbrue, Rhonda 39, 90, 142 Throckmorton, John 91, 129 Tipton, Brian 32,136 Tisda1e,G1enn 32 Tominac, Bob 91, 144 Tominac, Susie 32, 138, 143 Torgerson, Jan 91 Thornblad, Anita 32 Tower, Roger 32 Towers, Bruce 35, 144 Tozer, Dave 136, 163 Tracy, Anne 57, 128 Trant, Julie 91 Travis, Debbie 57 Trayler, Tina 91 Trotter, Scott 57, 141, 144 Trumbull, Karen 91 Trump, Mike Try,Jodi 91 Turner, Larry 35 Tydeman, Peggy 34, 35,118 U Url, Duane 35, 130, 134, 136 Voigt, Denise 57 Volpe, John 57, 138 Volpe, Tom 35, 105, 119 Von Hagen, Fred 35 Vredenburgh, Valli 91, 100, 106 145 W Wade, Fred 91 Wade, Leslie 35, 106 Wadkins, Tom 57,63,135,142 Wagner, John 35 Waler, Jay 91, 104 Waler, Kim 57 Walgren, Roy 91 Walker, Lea 91 Walker, Lindsay 57, 128, 136 Walker, Melvin Walker, Rod 57, 104 Warren, Jeff Weidinger, Diane 91 Wengler, Matt 57,198 Weight, Harold Wenlund, Belinda Wenlund, Scott 35, 117 Wenzinger, Charlise Wenzinger, Sue 68, 91, 137,145 West, Joe 35,129 Westfall, Terry 35, 143 Westfall, Tim 63,92,141 Westrick, Bruce 35, 130 Wheelon, Debbie 92, 106, 138, 145, 151 Wheelwright, Pete 57 Whipple, James White, Jill 92 Whiteman, Debbie 57 Whiteman, Tex 163 Whitmore, Carman 68, 92, 137, 145 Whitmore, Judi 33, 35,145 Wick, Andy 92 Widman, Tom 35 Wiebc, Craig 57 Wilcox, Val 57 Wilken, Val 35, 135,145 Wilkens, Janice 35 Wilkinson, Paul 57 Williams, Angie 35 Williams, Joy 35,119 Williams, Teri 35,61,135, 142, 145 Williams, Tom 57, 131 Williamson, Laurice 35, 143 Wills, Randy 35 Watt, Beth 33, 35,105 Watt, Bill 104,163 Watt, Cheri 57,142 Waye, Sue 35,135, 143 Weaver, Pam 143 Webb, Scott Weber, Larry 91, 140 Webster, Cathy 57 Webster, Debbie 35 Wilson, Bobby 35 Wilson,Kent Wilson, Mane 35 Wilson Nanette 57,144 Wilson Norma 35,137 Wilson Vaughn 35,104 Wimbe r, Larry 57, 119 Winegarden, Dana 57, 142 Winkler, Randy 57 Wiser, Chuck Wolf, Wilma 57 Womack, Jerry 92 Womack, Larry 35, 117 Woodard, Marc 35, 104 Woolard, Tami 57, 138, 145 Worley, Jennifer 35 Worsech, Mike 93 Worsech, Randy 21, 35 Woster, Tim 57, 141 Wright, Carla Wright, Diane Wright, Gary 153,163 Wright,Gean 93,107,121,128, 138 Wright, Jon 93 Wuerch,Carol 163 Wulff, Maria Y Yarbrough,Cl1uck 140 Yarbrough, Steven 130, 140 Yates, Penny 68, 93,138 Yatsko, John 73 Ylvisaker, James 163 Yock, Chuck 35, 99, 106, 117, 144 Yock, Kelly 57 York, Loretta Young, Vance 93 Z Zadow, June 57, 144 Zander, Geoff 57 Zander, Gregg 93 Zibolski, Del 57 Zimmerman, Cheryl 93, 144 Zook, Linda 93 Zorn, Rose 35, 143 Zurawski , Terry 57 Zurawski, Sally 93 INDEX 197 .fa 5 it 38. 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