Troy High School - Trojan Torch Yearbook (Troy, ID)
- Class of 1979
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Trojan Torch ? 0 TROY HIGH SCHOOL TROY, IDAHO C • 1 I — i iHifJ J l -t: — — 3 ■ i :::: " -t-i- ij ni " — t __ -i ,, L --. :-..: 1 ' - — -J 1_ " T - -J 1 ■• ! ; - -Ssr 1 - _ir; . ' Xi i: : ' — 4Se3 ■ ' 1 I . P T The true side of Roger. School begins and so do many outside activities. Winter moves In on the school year. Everett looks interested? Laura and Pam ready for school. Sandy starts the year off busy. Connie and Kelly joke around. Two wide awake; one fast asleep. Studious students. n P J £hlI BK Kl i HH 1 H B s E N I O R S Everyday THb secretaries. Mr. Flakus tells Dana Polish jokes. INTRODUCING THE CLASS OF NINETEEN HUNDRED AND SEVENTY NINE CLASS SONG: " The Way We Were " CLASS COLORS: Kelly Green and White CLASS FLOWERS: Roses and Carnations CLASS ADVISOR: Clifford Swanson GUEST SPEAKER: Bill Hall " Editor, Lewiston Tribune " Rick Alan Fredrickson Kelly Denise Boles Delvin Joseph Hackwith Williarfi Dirk Hammond Harry Duke Hammond Kevin Scott Hunt Kathryn Mary Cox Cynthia Jean Brunton Richard Cecil Lovel Paul Dale McGahan Shahab Najafi not Dictured-. Tony Wayne Olson Karen Kristine Hanson Sandra Marie McCollum Carmen Rae McGinnis Bart Allan Nelson Jeffrey Warner Nelson Sharon Kay Rauch Lori Ann Smith Lynn Adele Soderstrom not pictured: Robert Dale Rice J Rick Dean Rasmussen Robert Paul Sanders James Michael Schmit Rebecca Marie Swan Sorbel Connie JoAnn Turner Mark Richard Swanson Sandra Lee Stratton Tony Glen Nelson not pictured John Anthony Watkins 8 MR. LEON ' S SCHOOL OF HAIR DES IGN UNDERCLASSMEN JUNIORS SOPHOMORES FRESHMEN WATERMAN ' S FLOORS MOSCOW TIRE AND SUPPLY LATAH COUNTY GRAIN GROWERS McCOY PLUMBING, HEATING, AND BATH BOUTIQUE Loreena Miller Michele Nea JUNIORS Lynn Swanson Rick Parkins Cindi Johnson President Vice President Sec -Treas, Brian Blum Representative Danette Hammond Representative 10 Shirley Davis L- ' l Steve Davis Kenny Dimmick Sandy Wikum Glen Wilkenson 11 Scott Barrish Roxanne Bohman Mark Boles Mike Brocke SOPHOMORES Paula Brown Vicki Campbell Mel McGinnis Forest McQueen 12 i Ig Kyle Nelson Shane Nilsson Penny Rasmussen Jefferson Slack Jennifer Hann Diane Sandquist President Vice President H P l| | H mi K H fl l pHyR WaSP j Jill Carlson Lisa Spencer Sec.-Treas. Representative Everett Aske Representative Gail Swanson Terry Truesdale Jeanette Vinje Buddy Wilkenson Mary Kay Umbarger Jon Asplund Rodney Hackwith President Pat Hagood Vice President Colleen Swanson Secretary Kevin Rauch Jeff Bingman Treasurer Representative Shaun Parks Representative Chris Dammarell Jerome Darrington FRESHMEN Suzi Chappie Jane Cox r A Michelle Davis Rich Dimmick Hope Doss Andy Dunnam 14 Jeanette Tubb Tom Umbarger Gloria Wilder Laura Wilder Bob Stratton Steve Taylor 15 LYNN ADKINS Counselor HELEN ANDERSON Home Ec, Girls League FHA Advisor JIM ARNOLD Librarian, English, Soph. Advisor LEE BROCKE Physical Ed., Jr. Advisor JOHN DAVIS Vo-Ag, FFA Advisor BILL DUGGER Chorus, Drama L 1 , » 1 — r- — pi Oy M Wl 1 W ' ' B B " ' .t H D ii( ' m ■j ■ " l l K - ' ' ..T " Sb ' )J B iKi P AUGUSTA PARKINS High School Secretary JOHN GROVE Superintendent OWL DRUG DON ' S BODY SHOP 16 MARIE CRUMB Science, Girls J,V. TOM FLAKUS Science, Girls B.B. Coach ELDORIS HUNTER Business Ed., Journalism GLEN McKIE Social Studies, Math, Coach ROGER SWANSON LORRY STENSUND BRENDA KRONEMANN Social Studies, Asst. F.B. Coach, Frosh. Physical Ed., Songleader Cheerleader Special Ed. Advisor Advisor JAN NORRIS District Secretary CLIFFORD SWANSON Math, Photo, Sr. Advisor JUDY THOMPSON English, Drama, Honor Society WALLACE OFFICE SUPPLY POPE ' S MOSCOW SERVICE CENTER - EXXON 17 VOLLEYBALL BUMPS INTO ACTION VARSITY Kendrick - 5-15 8-15 Highland - 15-12 15-12 Deary - 15-9 15-4 Kendrick - 12-15 15-6 4-15 Potlatch - 15-1 15-11 Deary - 15-4 15-0 Highland - 15-13 15-9 Potlatch - 15-2 15-2 Wins - Losses 6 2 TEAM - Back row: Danette Hammond, Cindi Johnson, Lori Smith, Sharon Rauch, Cheryl Cooper, Kim Hol anson. Front row: Chris Clements, Katy Cox, Janice Edgar, Vicki Arnot. ERICKSON ' S DIDO UPHOLSTERY JV. COMPK ' I ' KS Kendrick - 8-15 3-15 Deary - 15-5 15-7 Kendrick - 12-15 8-15 Potlatch - 15-4 15-1 Deary - 15-2 15-6 Potlatch - 15-2 15-3 Wins - Losses 4 2 TEAM - Back row: Anita Smith, Tonya Christenson, Penny Rasmussen, Rachelle Swanson, IVlary Nunan, Joanie Swanson. Front row: Jeanette Vinje, Kris Parkins, Kathy Fohs, Jeanette Tubb. Not pictured: Shaun Parks, Jennifer Hann. W. DALE McGAHAN INSURANCE CARLSON ' S USED CARS 19 FOOTBALL 1978-79 TROY OPPONENTS 42 Potlatch 8 28 Genesee 13 28 Highland 8 20 Deary 14 48 C. Valley 22 Genesee 21 6 Nezperce 8 6 Kendrick TROJANS HAVE GOOD YEAR ON FIELD - END SEASON WITH FIRST-PLACE TIE FIRST BANK OF TROY 20 Sample of Trojan power. Assistant coach McKie. Assistant coach Roger Swanson discusses game tactics with player. TROY DRUG STORE 21 A show of affection on the field!? Trojans line up with power behind them. " Coach " lends a hand. ' Bottoms up! " Opponent dives for a tackle. HOMECOMING 1978 FLOATS INTO ACTION 1978 Homecoming Queen - Kelly Boles. 1978 Homecoming King - Pat Hagood. Homecoming Queen and King candidates. " Toga Float " causes many mixed emotions. PHIL OLSON WELL DRILLING ORLAND ARNEBERG EXCAVATING TROY TRACTOR IMPLEMENT CO. A.P. GREEN REFRACTORIES CO. m 1 i f . Fi • ■s ,. V ••% - - . i mr kM M mM Seniors " cut " in second on float competition. Juniors " orange crush " for first place. Sophomores " roast " up third. Freshmen " flush " fourth. Songleaders march downtown to the beat of the band Jr. High band adds the sound of music to the Homecoming parade. IDAHO BEAN INUND HOTEL STROM ELECTRIC SINGLER REALTY 25 CHEERLEADERS k (% a 1| Jr. Varsity - Front: Colleen Swanson, Shelley McKie, Back: JoAnna Heustis. Varsity - Bottom to top: Roxanne Bohman, Lisa Cox, Lynn Swanson. SONGLEADERS CLUB Lisa performs her best. I I ' i I i i i THS Songleaders - Left to right: Hope Doss, Jane Cox, Karen Hanson (Captain), Lisa Spencer, Suzi Chappie, Diane Sandquist, Cindi Johnson, Lori Smith, Jill Carlson (Captain), Anita Smith, Vicki Arnot, Connie Turner, Kristi Turner, Gail Swanson. h Ibj K b ' ■ -■-?? m .» im fcr,. H jT tr Senior windows show Christmas spirit. Santa and his elves. One of Sandie ' s better days ' Ready, aim, fire! Jake - the new Travolta?! LATAH COUNTY AUTO DEALERS WASHINGTON WATER POWER CO. 28 ( I 3 5 lii ' intt m5 cc E 29 TROJAN POWER BOUNCES HIGH J.V. BASKETBA LL TROY OPPONENT 43 Nezperce 40 65 Potlatch 38 44 Genesee 31 64 Culdesac 33 64 Potlatch 59 49 Highland 52 51 Kendrick 40 51 Nezperce 58 61 Kendrick 58 66 Highland 64 66 Culdesac 18 57 Deary 53 56 Deary 43 64 Genesee 37 C-SQUAD; Back - Steve Taylor, Rodney Hackwith, Kevin Sandquist, Steve Fredrickson, Brad Hendrickson, Kevin Rauch. Front - David Laherty, Jim Neal, Forest IVlcQueen, Jon Asplund, Buddy Wilkinson. BENDEL ' S MEAT PACKING PLANT 30 Custom Butchering, Cutting, Wrapping, Freezing VARSITY BASKETBALL TROY OPPONENT 58 Nezperce 52 65 Potlatch 73 33 Genesee 46 57 Culdesac 51 63 Potlatch 68 76 Highland 51 83 Elk River 31 60 Kendrick 69 59 Nezperce 73 60 Highland 42 63 Kendrick 73 77 Culdesac 54 58 Deary 60 83 Elk River 36 81 Deary 82 44 Genesee 45 H M !N I T S.4 r l Wy ' " Hb f r ■IT i ' - ' :;£ IDAHO FIRST NATIONAL BANK 31 TROJAN PR IDE HITS THE SKY The Junior Varsity Basketball Girls had an outstanding season. The twelve girls put in hours of practice that paid off in excellent competition against other teams. Coached by Marie Crumb, these girls wil make an excellent Varsity Team in the future. 32 TRAVEL LODGE - UNIVERSITY INN VARSITY BASKETBALL TROY OPPONENT 29 Nezperce 30 44 Culdesac 23 31 Genesee 41 30 Highland 34 59 Deary 28 52 Kendrick 28 40 Nezperce 18 53 Potlatch 30 34 Potlatch 28 39 Genesee 34 27 Highland 34 27 Elk River 36 44 Kendrick 32 40 Culdesac 17 57 Deary 37 42 Elk River 38 BENNETT LUMBER PRODUCTS, INC. 33 TRACK AND FIELD EVENTS Track Members: Girls - Cindy Brunton, Sharon Rauch, Sandi Stratton, Janice Edgar, Danette Hammond, Kristi Turner, Roxanne Bolnman, Mary Kay Umbarger, Pam Wilder, Hope Doss, Gloria Wilder, Jeanette Tubb, Joanie Swanson, Boys - Jim Schmit, Delvin Hackwith, Dirk Hammond, Duke Hammond, Robert Sanders, Tom Cox, Jeff Bollman, Rich Parkms, Darren Kraut, John Campbell, Tim Miller, Shane Nillson, Mike Brocke, Terry Truesdale, Buddy Wilkinson, Jim Sullins, Chris Dammarell, Mike Nunan, Tom Umbarger, Rodney Hackwith. S M LOGGING 34 TROY TELEPHONE MYKLEBUSTS BROCKE - GUILFOY INS. 35 TENNIS ACTION AT ITS PEAK! TENNIS TEAM Front: Larry Kraut, Steve Gilbert, Sandy Olson, Mary Nunan, Mark Boles, Kathy Fohs, Steve Davis, Forest McQueen. Back: Sliirley Davis, Paul McGahan, Gail Swanson, Joanna Heustis, Rachelle Swanson, Cindi Johnson, Sue Kim, Scott Barrish. Not pictured: John Cox, Dennis Gentry, Tom Kim, Colleen Swanson. Mary and Kathy practice in the park. Forest and Kathy rest between matches STUDENT GOVERNMENT Jim Schmit, THS President, has worl ed closely with Mr. Truka and his fellow officers making this year an exceptional one. Delvin Hackwith, THS Vice President, added his helping hand in Student Body functions. The student Council was very active once again this year. Projects ranged from the carnival in the fall, to rollerskating in the spring. Student Body funds were responsible for the purchase of new curtains and a new sound system for the gym. The Student Council also sponsored a number of National Assemblies and a Valentine dance. These, and other projects, were made possible due to the ability of the students to cooperate and work together with the faculty. MOSCOW FLORISTS AND GIFTS Jim Schmit, Shelley McKie, Roxanne Bohman, Jill Carlson, Delvin Hackwith, Karen Hanson. 38 DAVID ' S DEPARTMENT STORE 39 TROJAN TORCH EDITORS This 1979 school year has been a special time in each of our lives. Throughout our experiences at THS we have expanded our knowledge and interests and gained precious memories that will last forever. We, the Editors, have tried to capture some of the most important events that the student and faculty of THS will long remember. We hope that in years to come all of us will be able to look back and relive those nostalgic moments that we have shared together. EDITOR - BECKY SORBEL CO-EDITOR - KAREN HANSON Becky works on a page layout to meet the deadline. BALDWIN MUSIC ROOM MOSCOW BAKERY COFFEE SHOP BOHMAN PAPINEAU INSURANCE NORTHWESTERN MOUNTAIN SPORTS Karen chooses the best shots for annual. Rick Rasmussen, photographer, takes and develops clever pictures for the yearbook. Carmen McGinnis - Broadcaster Editor. Connie Turner - Asst. Broadcaster Editor. JOURNALISM ONE BIG HAPPY FAMILY STAFF: Carmen McGinnis, Janice Edgar, Cindy Brunton Danette Hammond, Lynn Swanson, Shelley McKie, Paul McGahan, Mary Nunan. IDAHONIAN BOWLERAMA MOSCOW REALTY BROWN ' S FURNITURE 41 GIRLS LEAGUE Officers: Back - Sandy Olson-Representative, Cindy Johnson-Treasurer, Lynn Swanson-Secretary. Front - Jennifer Hann-Historian, IVIary Nunan- V. President, Kim Hokanson-Historian. Not pictured: Katy Cox-President. Scene from Father-Daughter Banquet. Vicki Arnot, Miss THS, with her 1st Princess Lynn Swanson and 2nd Princess Danette Hammond ; Mr. Irresistible Tony Nelson and Runner-Up Lonn;e Cox 42 VERLENE ' S TROY TAVERN TROY CHEVRON BANK OF IDAHO THIS ONE ' S FOR YOU » I Girls decorate for Mothers ' Tea. Getting ready for installation of new officers Lori and Karen do a routine to ' ' You ' re the One That I Want. " Chris sings " If " for the Mothers. Sue models old styled outfit. Suzi models new fashions. MODERNWAY BOOKPEOPLE STATE TRACTOR LATAH ELECTRIC 43 CHORUS AND BAND fS o. f f) f% ' A ( THS CHORUS Chorus members traditionally give concerts at Christmas and in the spring. Students enjoy attending the Jazz Festival and often participate in honor choirs. Singing with a smile. Saxophones add " jazz " to the tune. JACKLE JEWELRY STYLE-RITE SALON QUICK COPY PRINTING BERG ' S AND RARE EARTH MAKE BEAUTIFUL MUSIC Jif r ' ' " I Band provides music and adds much to the spirit of the athletic games during the year. They also give concerts and perk up pep rallies. Background rhythm is important to any song. Horn players step up the tempo. WIDMAN ' S SPORT CENTER NEELY ' S TRAVEL SERVICE HARDPAINT AND WARDWARE SHORT ' S FUNERAL CHAPEL 45 FFA GETS INTO ACTION 1978-1979 was the best school year the Troy FFA Chapter has ever had. There were many highlights of the year such as: taking First in the North Idaho District Sweepstakes; placing Second in both the State Parliamentary Procedure Team, and in Public Speaking; having the First State Officer from Troy, and having a great trip to Idaho Falls in March for the State Convention. state Parliamentary Procedure Team place Second. Chapter Officers Jill Carlson, Reporter; Lisa Cox, Treasurer, Roxanne Bohman, Secretary; John Dav Advisor; Doug Gludt, Sentinel; Mark Swanson, President, Not pictured: Tom Cox, Vice President. Meats Team met In Moscow; placed First in District competition. 46 MARGARET P. WHITE Attorney at Law FFA wood-chopping money-making project. FFA sponsors Old Timers Day hay race. Lisa and Mike participate In KRPL radio interview. Jeff BIngman placed First m District for FFA Creed. , KNOIfUDG ,tM.L0IST.19T« FHA 78 - 79 Joanna Huestis, Mary Nunan, Colleen Swanson, Jennifer Hann, Rachelle Swanson, Vickl Arnot, Kristi Turner. Not pictured: Sue Kim, Kim Hokanson. Struggling with background. Can you figure It out? HONOR SOCIETY SENIORS Back - Dirk Hammond, Delvin Hackwith, Duke Hammond. Front - Jim Schmit, Lynn Soderstrom, Robert Sanders, Karen Hanson, Not Pictured: Becky Sorbel. JUNIORS Danette Hammond, Janice Edgar, Lynn Swanson, Shelley McKie. Not Pictured; Tom Cox. SOPHOMORES Back - Diane Sandquist, Jill Carlson, Chris Clement. Front - Gail Swanson, Jeff Slack, Kristi Turner. Not Pictured: Roxanne Bohman. 49 THS DRAMA PRESENTS: B nV r. y B BiHffmH BH mt • ETT 9 k -MM J j . _. Sm " BYE BYE BIRDIE yy A highlight of the year was the musical production " BYE BYE BIRDIE. " The comedy of the rock and roll era was a hit with both young and old. It was directed by Bill Duggar and assisted by Judy Thompson, along with the involvement of the High School Chorus. The cast involved was: Robert Sanders, Michele Neal, Sandy Olson, Shane Nillson, Lori Smith, Paul McGahan, Denny Gentry, Mary Nunan, Jim Neal, Sandie McCollum, Jennifer Hann, Shirley Davis, Mark Boles, Joanna Heustis, Peter Davis, Lisa Lindquist, Jon Asplund, Kevin Rauch, Shaun Parks, Katy Cox, Delvin Hackwith, John Cox, Vicki Arnot, Chris Clement, Ronda Gittings, Angela Heustis, Shelley McKie, Loreena Miller, Colleen Swanson, Lynn Swanson, Rachelle Swanson, Laurie Tout, Cindie Mathwig, Shawn McGinnis, Jeff Bingman, Rod Hackwith, Brad Hendrickson. Special Credits: Sandi Stratton, Lynn Swanson, Dirk Hammond, Lynn Soderstrom, Brad Hendrickson, John Cox, David Laherty. j1 wMk ■ 1 0 ' Ir ' ' ' ' T ' f 1 ' ri ' . m " Nettie, Lila and Louise clean up. COOKS AND CLEANERS BRIGHTEN OUR DAY! 52 Mrs. Hunter enjoys lunch. HAIR HUT CLUB TROY JENSEN ' S HARDWARE THE DEPOT ANTIQUES Daisy and Alden - School janitors and a lot more. Flossie, Lila, and Beverly prepare lunch. Arnold is a ham. MOODS OF THS TOPIARY TREE TED COWIN PHOTO JIM NEWSOME INSURANCE WILD FLOWER DESIGN INC. 53 MANY HONORED AT AWARDS NIGHT Academic and miscellaneous awards went to: Kelly Boles-Home Economics; Roxanne Bohman-Girls League; Rod Hackwith-Boys P.E.; Colleen Swanson-Girls P.E.; Scott Hokanson-Weight Training; Dirk Hammond and Cindy Brunton-AII Star Basketball- Jim Schmit-Inspirational Football and Track; Duke Hammond- Inspirational Basketball; All boys and girls turning out for sports were introduced and letters presented to those earning them; Becky Sorbel and Karen Hanson-Journalism; Lynn Swanson- Chemistry; Lynn Soderstrom-Physics; Jeff Slack and Lynn Soderstrom-Math; Denny Gentry-Best English Student; Jeff Bingman-Speech; Tom Cox and Rick Parkins-Best Effort in English. Chorus Awards went to Kevin Rauch, Shane Nillson, Sandy Olson, Paul McGahan. Piano accompanists were Lori Smith and Lynn Soderstrom. Awards based on Bye Bye Birdie went to John Cox, Dennis Gentry, Sandy Olson, Robert Sanders. Songleaders and Cheerleaders received special gifts from Lorrie Stensland and the Basketball boys. Cindy Brunton was recognized as Troy Junior Miss and- Vicki Arnot as Miss THS. Honor cords were given to all Senior Honor Students. Shahab Najafi was awarded for his cooperation and progress in learning the English Language and American ways. FFA Awards were presented to: Andy Dunnam-Star Greenhand; Roxanne Bohman-Star Chapter Farmer; Jill Carlson won an award sponsored by the First Security Bank. New Student Body Officers were introduced as follows: Lynn Swanson-President; Rich Parkins-V. President; Jill Carlson-Secretary; Roxanne Bohman-Business Manager; Shelley McKie-Treasurer; Lisa Spencer-Asst. Treasurer. Troy ' s Vo-Ag teacher, John Davis, received surprise recognition at Awards Night. He was presented a special award from the Whitepine School District Board and Administration for his outstanding work the past year. Boys ' State: Jeff Bollman-Alternate, Doug Gludt-Representative, Brian Blum-Representative, Jake Smith-Alternate. Girls ' State: Danette Hammond-Representative, Shelley McKie-Alternate, Janic e Edgar-Alternate, Lynn Swanson-Representative. 54 R.D. BROOKS MD A SHOW OF HANDS NORM ' S CUSTOM GLASS STUBB ' S SEED SERVICES Robert Sanders received FFA outstanding Chapter Member and Senior Award. Dirk Hammond received the Burl Trout and Terry Johnson Trophy. Karen Hanson received awards in Business and Social Jim Schmit and Delvin Hackwith received Special Service Awards. Studies. Vicki Arnot received the History Award. Sharon Rauch received Coaches Award as outstanding girl athlete. EVERETT WILL AND TRACTOR MOSCOW INSURANCE AGENCY MOSCOW AUTO SERVICE INC. MURPHY ' S APPLIANCES AND T.V. 55 Contestants; Karen Hanson, Lori Smith, Cindy Bi-unton, Katy Cox Judi Thompson, Advisor of the Junior Miss Contestants, helps the girls perform their best. JUNIOR MISS REACHING FOR RAINBOWS " On the evening of Saturday, October 7, 1978, four Troy High School girls competed for the title of Troy Junior Miss. The atmosphere was filled with excitement and anticipation as the competition was tight. The results were: Cindy Brunton - Troy Junior Miss, Poise and Appearance Award, Katy Cox - First Runner Up. Lori Smith - Physical Fitness Award, Karen Hanson - Scholarship Award, Talent Award, Spirit of Junior Miss. The audience enjoyed the spectacular performances of the contestants at their best. Troy ' s Junior Miss, Cindy Brunton, with her crown, flowers, and pewter powl KEN ' S STATIONARY KAREE ' S WOMEN ' S WEAR P E ATHLETIC SUPPLIES PAZAZZ CLOTHING BOUTIQUE Marilyn Swanson awards Lori the Physical Fitness Award. Cindy Brunton plays the clarinet and recites the poem " I Love You Dearly. " Katy Cox posing as a clown for her pantomime " Send in the Clowns. " Karen Hanson doing a pantomime dance routine to the song " Short People. " Lori Smith getting ready to play the piano and sing " Thanks Mom and Dad. " These girls were " Born to Hand Jive! " HEN HOUSE POTTER ' S WHEEL LUMBERJACK CAFE ' ILLI PLUMBING HEATING The girls show their poise and appearance to the theme " Mahogany. " 57 PROM AND BANQUET The Juniors and Seniors dined on a Baron of Beef Buffet at the Student Union Building for their traditional Banquet. Jake Smith presented the Prophecies and Delvin Hackwith and Jim Schmit read the wills. 58 LES SCHWAB MOSCOW IMPLEMENT EXCEPTIONAL IN 79 ' t...,: » .a Xm i tm l i - 1 " Shadow Dancing " was the theme for the 1979 Prom, with music by the EXACT OPPOSITES. Jeff Nelson and Sharon Rauch were crowned King and Queen. Jeff is pictured at the left with his date Vicki Arnot and Sharon at the right with her date Tom Umbarger. MOSCOW BODY GLASS WESTERN HOME CENTER 59 60 R R OFFICE EQUIPMENT ■ 1 1 ■Bir ■7 1 " 1 rl i Could you give us a loan? Kill that referee! X 0 = c%! Bobby daydreams. Students take a break. THE WILD HARE 61 GRADUATION 1979 LONG TO BE REMEMBERED THE CLASS OF 1979 Back; Cindy Brunton, Shahab Najafi, Paul McGahan, Rick Fredrickson, Rick Rasmussen, Duke Hammond, Deivin Hackwith, Dirk Hammond, Bob Rice, Sharon Rauch. Middle: Sandi Stratton, Jim Schmit, Sandie McCollum, Mark Swanson, Lori Smith, Bart Nelson, Carmen McGinnis, Rick Lovel, Karen Hanson, John Watkms. Front: Connie Turner, Tony Nelson, Kelly Boles, Kevin Hunt, Katy Cox, Jeff Nelson, Lynn Soderstrom, Robert Sanders, Becky Sorbel. Not pictured: Tony Olson. 62 Salutatorian, Jim Schmit with Valedictorian, Lynn Soderstrom. Diplomas, presented by Skip Stratton-Schcol Board Trustee, were received by 30 students from Troy Higli School on May 20, 1979. The Guest Speaker, Bill Hall-Editor, Lewiston Morning Tribune, spoke of the true meaning of individual successfulness and eased the tension for the Graduates with a few humorous jokes. Addresses were given by Valedictorian, Lynn Soderstrom and Salutatorian, Jim Schmit. Those earning scholarships were introduced and the winner of the Berg Achievement Award was announced as Kelly Boles. A slide show of candid pictures of the Graduates ' Senior year was shown to the music of " The Way We Were. " This special presentation was considered the highlight of the evening. CLASS MOTTO: Together we have laughed and cried, forever we will share The memories of our high school days, and moments we had there. To the future we must look, no more days united Our hopes and dreams we now fulfill, alone, apart, divided. TWELVE YEAR SENIORS: Back: Cindy Brunton, Lor i Smith, Paul McGahan. Front: Karen Hanson, Rick Fredrickson, Lynn Soderstrom. 63 SOUND WORLD WOODY RENTS SMOKE HOUSE TROY MOTORS TROY CLINIC NORDBY ' S AUTO COUNTRY KITCHEN LYNN J. FARNWORTH Attorney At Law NORTHWEST MONUMENT SECURITY FURNITURE MORENO ' S SEA SWIPER BOOSTERS McGRAW ' S AUTO PARTS SOMETHING DIFFERENT DR. REIBER - DENTIST K L FACTORY OUTLET MOSCOW TROPICAL FISH CLYDE ' S SERVICE STATION REDINGER HEATING COOLING GREEN ' S BODY PAINT SERVICE LEWISTON CHAMBERof COMMERCE GREYHOUND BUS WESTERN UNION UNIVERSITY WATER CONDITIONING 64
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