Vale Union High School - Viking Yearbook (Vale, OR)

 - Class of 1977

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Trix.. - I . ............. .ma 1976- 7 7 Year Summary This year has been filled with many events that were in connection with Vale Union High School students. In this summary of the 1976-'77 school year, we hope to re-cap some of the happenings that took place. The 1976-'77 school year started August 30. There was the traditional first day assembly and registration. After the first'few days of getting desirable schedules and easing into the daily routine of school, the work began. The volleyball team did well this year, the varsity fin- ishing with a 14-'I record. These girls worked hard and the effort was well worth it. I After three weeks of grueling practice in the hot sun, the Vale Viking grid squad was ready for the season. One of the victories enjoyed by the school was the win over the Ontario Tigers. Vale downed them 14-6. Once again, the Vikings proved their supremacy over the Tigers. However, Joe Garland, Viking quarterback left the game with an arm injury and was sidelined for six weeks. Vikings entered the AA State Football Quarterfinals, having lost only one game, and that was to the Nyssa Bulldogs. The Vale squad, the band, along with many fans journeyed 1,050 miles Cround tripj to watch Vale battle the Tilla- mook Cheesemakers in the quarter finals. Vale played spectacularly, winning 35-12. The Vale band received numerous compliments on their performance and espe- cially on the fine arrangement of the "Star Spangled Ban- ner. ' ' The next week, November 20, the Vikings headed to Gold Beach, Oregon for the State Semi-finals. The Gold Beach "Dirty Dozen" soundly defeated Vale 20-7. The Vikings did have a football season that everyone was proud of. Homecoming was a big event again this year. Terri Palmer 'was crowned Homecoming Queen at the Crook County vs. Vale football game Friday, Oct. 22. Her prin- cesses were Patty Goodman, Carolyn McKenney, Dee Dee Bishop, and Nancy Romans. That day was filled with a serpentine parade downtown. The Homecoming Dance, "Everybody Needs a Rainbow" was Saturday, Oct. 23. Everyone had a nice time. The Box Social came and many girls brought food and it was a success. Sadie Hawkins was nicely decorated and Mr. Johnson played the part of the preacher. Finally the basketball season came around and the Vikings proved themselves. In a Payette Christmas tourna- ment, Vale took first place. By the end of the season, Vikings took second place.in the Greater Oregon League and headed to state during spring vacation. Vale lost to Marist, soundly defeated Newport and South Umpqua, and lost to Brookings in the consolation finals . Wrestlers worked hard this year and had one entry in the state tournament, John Pugh. Valentine Dance was a big success. The band did a fan- tastic job decorating with parachutes and plants. Campaigns and student body elections came. Campaign week was the week of March 28. Much imagination went into them. The juniors, after a lot of working and sweating, pulled off the Junior-Senior Prom, "I Like Dreaming. " The sen- iors were surprised and impressed. Seniors were happy when May rolled around and their last day came before everyone elses' . Graduation saw the last of Vale High Seniors until next year. -,.,-.-.. lv- -N .Y ...,.--- f -.--- :1 A. '. if - as - -- ----- - - W - - -Y rr.---Qmr' --fs" ' 'Nr Q' ' 7 4' -iii if Tl., ' .5 X . 1 5,5 .- p-1 yr . .,. r .. f- . ' 1. -4, 'OP: Our basketball superstars who went to state. plus Coach Hawk. OTTOM: Two of the new structures that will add a lot to our town. Wai: This year, our country elected to be their President, Jimmy Carter, a peanut farmer from the south. He won a victory over Gerald Ford. Also, the town of Vale elected a new mayor, Gary Glen McGraw, pictured above. He is the druggist at a local drug SIOI6. Much con- struction has been going on this year in our little town. Low income housing, apartments, and a new Christian church are among the buildings going up. Boise Valley's Official Top Hits of 1976 1. Silly, Love Songs ------------------------- Wings 2. Don't Go Breaking My Heart --E. John and Kiki Dee 3. Tonite's the Night ------------------- Rod Stewart ----Starland Vocal Band 4. Afternoon Delight ----- 5. If You Leave Me Now ---- -------------- C hicago 6. Muskrat Love --------- ---- C aptian and Tennille 7. Dream Weaver ---- 8. Get Closer ------ 9. Boogie Fever ---- 10. Rock 'n Me ------ 11. Devil Woman ---- 12. Convoy -------- 13. Let 'Em In ---- 14 . Shannon --------------------------- Henry Gross 15. Theme From Swat -------------- Rhythm Heritage 16. Right Back Where We Started From-M. Nightingale 17. December, 1963 ------------------- Four Seasons -----------Gary Wright ------Seals and Crofts ------------Sylvers ----Steve Miller Band -------Cliff Richard ----C. W. McCall ----------Wings 18. Disco Duck -------------------------- Rick Dees 19. Get Up and Boogie -- ---- Silver Convention 20 . Beth -------------- ------------------- K iss 21. Lonely Night ------- 22. Bohemian Rhapsody ---- --------------- Q ueen 23. Love Is Alive --------- ---------- G ary Wright - - - - Captain and T ennille 24. Still the One -------------------------- Orleans 25. Love to See You Tonite ---- E. Dan and J. F. Coley ll - A ,, ' Y ffffffia GW5QXL395L5Q NM Aki Q QQ XO QS? Us V6 Q3 AN Qifjcjf x f ix GJ Aw n Q51 QV fx, , f w O f yy Q XXXIJ Senior Class Personalifies M.. 4, Hgfj.. MQ, ,Q . 1 ' 'Y , v A r YN ff . - - -1 ' qw. , . .Wg -" ,., .zu . X 1 f - , .. JI ,X ,YN 'NX AQ' f yr ,QW ig? 0' w This year. the senior class voted these seniors as their outstanding personali- ties. On PAGE 12 . . . FAR LEFT: Kevin Arrien, Most Friendly and Most Likely to Have a Good Time. MIDDLE TOP: Mary Ann Moss. Most Friendly. RIGHT TOP: Paul Diaz, and Marcy Peterson, Most Talented. 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"'4 Mike Elfeiring Class ol'i'75 i, I Cueiler it Jeff Foger in .N Class of '77 i 'ii "A Class A5 o I' '7 W r 1 1' In Memoriam: ,A nfi To Live in fhe Memory 1ofYoL1r Friends. i V A 5 i . - V W if , 1 A gn- 1 6 . 1 lv ,NI . 4. .I b ale 4 VV.'-5, f V fl: -If f ,I Nz 'L .ref ,V v . 'Q -' : A V E" "' I ' f' 4 x v. lx f 'xiii Z, ,, V.,-A ,xr 'A vlvv ,Q . -N x S Q - ' I - ' ' I-- Y l'V,L. .f' Q ' N E..-'Nj' VA, 1 4 'wl I., ' 3 -V gh lx! 'ii' pf, 4 f"y'1s-,..i I lv jx '33, .. 'I Y ,,' J. ,ff ' - g i I 'jf-5 'A ,i gl bm' ' yr, J 3, 153 1"-n 4' Acfivifies rs' All Girls' Parfy September 11, 1976 was the date for the All Girls' Party, Senior girls, their freshmen "little" sisters, and other girls gathered in the cafeteria that evening. All the girls who came dressed up received candy prizes. Donuts and soft drinks were served afterward. Anyone who missed this pany missed a lot of fun. TOP: Wanda Blackburn, Connie Whi- taker, Tana Knudsen, Julie Harris, Sally Powers, and Debbie Netcher on the warpath. MIDDLE LEFT: Joyce Stoaks, Lori Heidemart, and Patty Philpott. MIDDLE RIGHT: Kim Allen is dressed as a little girl. LOWER LEFT: Bonnie Zillig takes it easy. LOWER MIDDLE: Betty Town and Sarah DeLong take the prize for being the best dressed and the most origi- nal. LOWER RIGHT: Linda Recla takes a peek at the camera . ,1- xml .M I mg S agazine Sale Oampai n Again this year, the entire school participated in the magazine sale cam- 1' paign.l It was and is always the only way the freshmen, 5 sophomores, juniors, and 'Q seniors have of raising money. Prizes were given according to how many RN magazine subscriptions if were sold by an individual. A At the end of the two week period, all those who sold? X . x at least one magazine sub- '-,ruff scription were eligible to - .TD go to a dance seventh period. The sophomores K5 , N raised the most money, followed by the juniors, Km seniors, and last the fresh- V J men. In X Q lf? l U -NS se t 'SP 2331 s 2 N Cfxiy N lyyyal 7 o 5 Q J lr I9 ,egw S ax, K, ' vw-qw--v-V. ff?-, Mm 4 Q J" F' lk X 5, R," L, 1. Q- 3' ' 7 S Q , ' N., 171291 " Y Q" 3, " 1-ifjhrf -s -,.:.,f"' -'--- -5 AT'-Y' ' L G-AL.. '- SNA .- ' . G, QQ 1 fx 111i ,Y MAX X Q , -M ,,-ga. .,' aj. , Gif, 491' 1 L X" r ri' I "rf, xr 1-412' -' 1 mu , 7 if 4 ex AL L L ,nv , ,Q in r-..K Mi' 9-Q . :V Ama! a i o Ozun ' 3 M i"' -,, P- I k ?"r?. r ' ff' , 1' -5, ..., 5' ,Wag J. J" , 1 A S X 1 ,QI-9 J ,QA I ul 'U ,4, 9 ? . Q V' 1- Epi' 1 ,E . . r- 41.-A' F lmer --gi 'l .air vi YZ- , 1 . ' iz- lg fl' :jx I 'fi ""'f.,.. ws' Q,-.Q ,Q csv! r. H ' lf, 4' ,' :ard r . 'iw L X .r.-. X 'u ax. K V. .R A The 1976-77 Homecomin Courf Homecoming was quite a memorable occassion. It was October 22. We had annual serpentine in the afternoon. The floats were presented to the town it. Then we stopped in the middle of main street to have a pep rally up town spirit. Ev 9 v ll That night we played against Crook County and won with a score of 35-22. The Homecoming Court was presented during halftime. Terri Palmer was picked as queen and was kissed by co-captains. Rob Presley and John Yra- guen. Pictures taken in the home of Tom and Kimi Kamo. 23 A :is A in "w x yin I . ..f. f ,Q 1sj2?L'S -,,,, f" "I 7-F'T7 , I . , ,., ', Ai fi 'ff' X I, Wu sire 1 B A 'fix-'g nc Un A JA my X u ' H , 'Q-ig ' ., 13-.-L 12 pf: 'Q 1 -. FP 1 ,Qian-.r A. yt .rl f" ..,, I -Q .1 up at I L .. 1' " , an - if! I ,aw-' Homecomin -- L . :A fu. R 1'- ."fLT,v.: i z .aff , ' ' -f , EQ.i:s..:f,3Li:F Q Tr ,Qt 1 ffllfiilrl'-375 Tlzxim-312: - if'-1 ' in 'If m -nuf-1:dz:1r:5"ff1:::T2 - 3 4 :qi I ' .e4gr.:f.21::t-ly,rEE?5'f: ??1?:f1-'1':?3f fat, :.-,,.5.- :t'r:-,A-,-.reg A '-..-'1grx+j4:,:-.Q .--" -- :'-J:,:,j,-,.:x:H - -Q Aj-YL'r'Q, H , , ,.,,, 1 I 'vu :mu -num: , Q , .A , 4. 'X Q D p n .K I Q a 1 'Y' 1-V y , i' Pu. Z- un Ffa .. JJ , If in t , wk aff' ,, 5, t, 6 cf tt tg QQ '. ,4JU7.:0f.I Iv ,Lyla :gpg , . tm we tw I I Q: ' if f N MV .150 W5 Yiwu OGQLAJU IS tt' 55556 -' I . 7 V- " ff td 'XV 5"'Xfa N : RPM WN By Xlloito VK.9V'Qf1,VI!"'xx- ' yt f :HV .P QBFLW 'QF J qt D -U fl X lids! -JY gal xp JYXQY' 3' -J' txt frm! 'CPP' 42101 bfuqg: XM, W A-I :bb 'Ei X: XXB 1,159 LE' PAGE: TOP LEFT: lgresen 'ng t e 1976 Homecoming Queen, Tern Palmerjg 'Lf evgcorted by Lyle Blackburn. BOTTOM LEFT: Mike Robertson assisting Diana Green with her corsage. BOTTOM RIGHT: Alfredo Ozuna. Debbie Janis, John Guerricagoitia, Heather Gurr, Mary Ann Blackburn, and Dwight Kellar enjoy a moment of rest. MIDDLE: Kelly Johnson and Robb Braniff at the refreshment lable. Tor R1GHT:QRh'fx'p1 'ps escorted by Allan Hammond. RIGHT PAGE: TOP LEFT: The 1976 Homecoming candidates, Nancy Romans, Dee DeeABishop, Terri Palmer. Carolyn McKenney, and Patty Goodman, riding on the upperclass- man float in the serpentine through Main Street during Homecoming Week. BOTTOM LEFT: Members of the band and flag corp, at ease, during the Pep Rally on Main Street. TOP RIGHT: Peggy Milstead. Brenda Kelso, Heather Gurr, Lynn Harrod, and Diane Mooney. representing the underclassmen on their Home- coming float. BOTTOM RIGHT: Cheerleaders, Tammy Zillag, Terri Hutchens, Johanna Moore , and Janis Kuwahara lead many spirited yells on Main Street. 25 I 4. jA f. ,fa . ,ir -.DQ-,,Q """'v- ' -5 ix m 3211 ' Q , BA V- , ,yu Q. , xx Ia-1 ,P 'li N N. ' :L vp . 1 -.L -' . l -:Q X V -, :ff Y L V V A gfvj W' iff, A 'J 1 'QM ' 1 1 f f W M , :N AIT '1..d.- I, T, A ,v."l,, V.. v 5 ' -V.: """ - f 'Q S .bk I Auf,-A, I ' eg.: 'gf , Q "E my 1 dv I ' ' 'li'1jA H - " . , . ' , may ., 1 Q. ' ' - f girl 21 P NN ,RT ' If fi' 1 5: N .... V 'I vi iQ? QE? 41, -P' S- W1 W me N not X .X 5 X S , X rx. an I X kb 5 How does a school like Vale High get fired up for a sports event? In a pep rally assembly filled with skits, yells, and pep talks. PAGE 26 . . . TOP LEFT: Girls listen to a coach's pep talk. TOP RIGHT: Mr. Hawk about to award player of the week. BOT- TOM LEFT: Mr. Bement awarding Ed Anthony track award. BOTTOM RIGHT: Bob Peterson gets excited at a pep assembly. THIS PAGE . . . TOP: Mrs. Standage and Mrs. Florance swing. MIDDLE LEFT: Beauties. MIDDLE RIGHT: Brian Maag shows off his tricycling abilities. BOTTOM RIGHT: Cheerleaders make a brew. xl ns" 27 C i K ' -wlmfj . ' I .I , jk, 'I L., ,pri 5 1 4 '-.' if 1fl2l ' ,.,F,. 9 . .Linh E. 'Ill m, r.1fL+.1 . f- i-TT: -4, ,I 1 , 5 A,'.fA i ' w , QEAV-TU, .r5:f11g ' Q X gl! ' . ' ' , ,Ag .g2ffi!,'-,f Li.. ai- A-1, En-4 N11 . - -1-v ff V! . ' fs-11515: Lil - dialffffi.. :rr 4 Q91 wif' 5 .f-,.... . 'vw 4 ' , K Qpirif I anis Kuwahara Wrestling , . Carrie Deymonaz Wrestling Terri Hutchens Wrestling l.V. Cheerleaders - Terri Kelso, Sandi Siandage, and Glenda Keesler. Freshman Cheerleaders - Heather Gurr, Diane Mooney, and Tami Cockeram 4 .E Sadie Hawkins Courf Queen Terri Palmer King Allan Hammond Jean Elfering John Kennedy Elaine DeLong Doug Towell Sadie awkins Dance BOTTOM OF PAGE 30: M. Schaffeld, the center of attention. TOP LEFT: A. Hammond and date, dancing. TOP RIGHT: P. Linville recovering his strength. CENTER LEFT: I. Cammann and J. Kuwahara quenching their thirst. CENTER RIGHT: Mr. Johnson marrying A. Hammond and his date. BOTTOM: J. Yraguen and T. Hutchens. ..,,. if Sadie Hawkins was in the real traditional style this year. It was held on the night of Nov. 5. Mr. Johnson played the Marryin' Sam and did a good job at it! Everyone thought the decorations were the high point of Sadie Hawkins. Elaine DeLong and her family worked very hard on them. There was a lot of straw and people were served out of kettles. Joan Elfering brought wagon wheels. Teri Smith brought horse tack. It was a real country set-up. 31 Bo Social Draws Large Crowd THIS PAGE . . . UPPER LEFT: Athletes, including Gerry Netcher llooking happily into cameraj bid for boxes. UPPER RIGHT: Pennie Jones, Becky Jones. Debbie Netcher, Nancy Blackburn, Kristi Reukauf, and Connie Branif made Lhis huge Viking man to take first place at the box social. LOWER LEFT: Jean Elfering. Tammy Rum- pel. and Vickie Ingram placed second with their cross country box. BOTTOM RIGHT: Mr. Gard- ner is judging boxes. 32 1 '1,"""' I I ,KY '..,,n X -- - fl ,JSI ' 'H-' " .I I A ,: fl t-4 if , The annual Lettermens' Box Social was held Mon- day evening, Oct. 11 in the high school's cafeteria. A multitude of girls crowded into the school before the bidding of boxes began. Tons of food, including chicken, ham. lasanga. potatoes, and corn poured into the cafetorium. Tables were elegantly set and decorated. Boxes made by the girls were judged by Mr. Arritola, Mr. Wilkins. Mr. l-lammerle, Mr. Edwards. Mrs. Gardner, Mr. Lewis, Mr. Johnson, and Miss Roff. Each athlete bid for a box and paid 38.00 for his share. The senior girls went together and a total of 54 were served by the senior girls. The seniors featured for dessert a birthday cake with "77" candles on top. Mary Ann Moss' birthday coin- cided with the date of the box social so she blew out the candles while the seniors sang "Happy Birthday" to her. Following the meal, the cafetorium was cleared and records played. Again this year as always, the box social was a success. The Lettermen's Club raised more than 3800.00 to be used toward the purchase of Athletic equipment and other needs. ve-- X THIS PAGE . , . TOP: Seniors, including Ed Anthony, Dee Dee Bishop, Joe Garland, Julie Burke, Betty Town, and Carol Spurling are shown with their 77 "birthday cake." MIDDLE LEFT: Beckie Bement, Glenda Keesler, Marisa Blackburn. Chris Kuwahara. Sandi Standage, lanielle Hiatt, and Karen Romans made this box to take third place. MIDDLE RIGHT: Mr. Arritola is rabulating the votes for each box. BOTTOM LEFT: The seniors sing "Happy Birthday" to Mary Ann Moss. BOTTOM RIGHT: Nancy Black- burn, Debbie Netcher, and Becky Jones make suggestions to Miss Roff on the judging of the boxes. izhcl' J 33 'Q itz, ' ' 15 ' ,r., up 11. a as l 1977 Valenfine Dance The 1977 Valentine Dance was a big success. It was the second annual Valentine Dance put on by the Band. The elaborate decorations and live music drew a crowd and it is sure to be a long remembered event. Dan Fulleton peeks through the palms. "Acks." Everyone enjoys the music. And the winner is . . . Lynne E1fering." ! ' r 3 4' UQ LQH Dave Pallet and Mark COHVCISE me girls. --n Valenfine Ccurf 41: x' Queen Lynne Elfering u Princess Jean Elfering Princess Dana Skinner K., N334 B, Princess Chris K uwahara Taken in the Home o lnifiafion 'YF' -4 f.. It was lan. 30 and their heads were shaved. For one week the Lettermen initiates had to wear their hair the way the senior Lettermen styled it. On that Friday they had to wear burlap clothing with make-up. They also went to the Slipper where the initiates bought the senior Lettermen steaks. The initiates also made paddles for them. TOP LEFT: P. Findley, P. Goodman, I. Garris, T. Rumple enjoying their lunch. TOP RIGHT: R. Erickson showing off his new clothes. CENTER: D. Gurr praying initiation wil be over soon. BOTTOM: The initiates in a chorus line . J J ,Q .Xl 1 " rf -'T' ' ' ff ' -4 :Jw 3 G , Nj! f' 'U 1' ,- T1 . f 1 : " - e- x ., ' . I ,f It . f , , a , f - - . 1 W 5 g 4 1 ,X . . x ,, ' T ' , X. x 1 . 5 X t ,MJ ,f xi fs f .,i , X. It - mv .,. -K- ., N X .1 tt V , X . ' y , xx' lx! ' N K N X .-- r .1 - X X . Q 3 J ,af r if Vp N J 1 -"X X 're 'X 'T X-.xi V' X ,f J X . " ' Q, I 'TJ .L , 7 Q , 5 X- .J , If Q ww .,.: V j Q35 J T1 fl Tx . 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Bill Papworth shows extreme interest in the speeches. it , .,,.v "Pinnochio" Carol Papworth . i o sv Vim A5 '65 1lu I ' , Phillip Morgan demands better service . Million dollar Debbie Netcher for Treasurer. 38 rrzuff Candidates and Managers wait their turn. STUDENT BODY ELECTIONS Extra time, money, and effort went into campaigning this year as each candidate strived for a more impres- sive skit than his opponent. Elections not only provided an entertaining day for the students of Vale Union High but also helped them decide which candi- date would be best for each position. MTIISB Blackburn Dave Pallet and Larry Chandler "l Like Dreamin I ll April 16, 1977, the Junior-Senior Prom was held. Friday and Saturday, the day of the prom, many juniors worked hard to prepare the dance for the seniors. The ceiling of the cafete- ria was decorated with parachutes, and hedges lined the dancing floor. Hang- ing plants covered the stage. Tammy Rumpel and Kathy Schroeder were the co-chairpersons in charge of the entire prom. TOP LEFT: Bill Murdock and Cindy Schaffer dance. TOP MIDDLE: Arleen Spurling, Cheryl Fifer, and Irene Whitaker make white paper car- nation flowers for the stage. RIGHT: 4213 40 S9 Johanna Moore hangs streamers. BOT TOM LEFT: Couples dance as the ban "Jade" plays. PAGE 41 . . . TOP Couples eat cookies and drink punch a tables off the dance floor. Each tabl had a candle made from oil and wate in a champagne glass. LEFT: One sid of the stage. MIDDLE RIGHT: Couple watch band while waiting to have pic tures taken by Mr. Harano. BOTTO RIGHT: Sophomore server Toni Atkin and member of the prom's band stan at refreshment table. Punch wa pumped through a fountain. G as ,ft in I ,fa F! '- ' '. 'Q-. H P k 3 'A -E 1 ,L HAH. - 1 1 A ,1 1: XP" ', ' .fn .3 n 'ELT V! , -, W X 4, 11 I n 14? ya W W l'l The graduate probably falls into one of three categories: those who believe they have reached the end of their educa- tions: those who are ready to re- invent the wheelg those who realize that they have collected a set of tools and are ready to begin their real learning . Graduafion . ,l, ., .-xrxw .Q f -. 5' '.' -as-:1: 1 11, ,f - -- is -4 irujf' I? 1 2, -' ,gi . ' gt Af., V 1 - iii. . ' f '. if V'-"1-.., T 'F f "HM Gif'-' f., ' J "QU -4 xx an WT3, W-.fig r JNUA1 3 F' '2. Jw" 'Ll UAH' X ,,"1f- ',i.+?'1r ' 'Z it f'. 35 , Lliha- ,gg-gl , "nf i -it by 1, iv X . -E fl f ' 3 The attitudes of the first two groups will change, sometimes rather quickly and perhaps, not too happily. It is the third group that offers the hope for the future. For them I wish the will to work at developing patience, concentration , endurance , compassion and probity. From those attributes spring wisdom - humanity's greatest need. William Proxmire Mofher's Tea TOP LEFT: Iohn Cammann and Ioe Garland performing a vocal duet, "The Wedding Song. " TOP RIGHT: Iohn Yra- guen. Ioe Garland, and Ten'i Palmer relax before the On April 22. the Girls' League annual Mother's Tea was held at Vale High School. With the Prom decorations in the background. in addition with the bouquets of spring flowers, it was the perfect setting for the style review. The students in the Home Bconomic's Dept. modeled the Mother's Tea gets under way, while Patti Io Findley studies her narration for the style show. BOTTOM LEFT: Presenting the Girls' of the Months. 1976-'17, at Vale Union High School. BOTTOM RIGHT: Shale Ann Rosi models the top. that she had made in Home Economics. clothing that they had made in Home Ee. I, II. and III. Music was provided by Glenda Keesler. while Lynn Pressley and Ioni Macfarlane played a flute duet, and Ioe Garland and Iohn sang "The Wedding Song. " Entertainment was also provided with a one act comedy, THE BLE WITH MOTHERS. The Girls of the Months were then presented with a rose. Mary Ann Mos announced the Girl of the Year. A social hour followed with refreshments. L ' its , if 'if 'N ,I , ,fdrkvf -4. 4 mg! F' ,U 5 . :Q A. , .f 'Q ff is H A it ,, J. h , , . H. uf -' ,gf N ' U SPOR T9 Cross Do un fry Does anybody care? Following previous placings af regular Cross Counfry meefs, fhe Vale Cross Oo unfry Boys fook fhird and fhe Girls placed fourfh. al r -sf R. Hume R. Knudsen rx' -4 ba gs' Mr. Bement and Mr. Gardner. J, Pugh D, Saunders v--.XJ ,.,- . ,.:,,D i First Row: J. Williams, R. Williams. R. Hume, P. Morgan, L. Heideman, T. Rumpel, C. Fifer. I. Elfering. Second Row: R. Knudsen, D. Saunders, S. Williams. G. Garis, L. Pressley, D. Gun, T. Knudsen, V. Ingram. Third Row: G. Samuelson, T. Wilcox, T. Hawk, J. Pugh, M. Amhony, G. Ray, M. Zacarias. Coached by Dan Gardner. -7 ' . .- -5, T -R ,fl-Q.: ' , -- ., : , ' , .L r ., - 1 - X. -- 1. M.. . , .. -Ma- 1. A 'a -A .- . ' 4, ".,- ' "' ' -3.1. . , 4-.r-fr 'M-1-Q. 1 ,,., 1g,,'..,' V X - i -"!,,.. '4' pmjf, ..f. .- . H' . 1: ..... fa4aP,,-1-ff . ---f' '-'+ " : ' ' . 4 -' ...-,ze :s - .". Y- : ' '- .atf,::,:,.???S?,j4, fl. . I-a Do. - . V L. U , ' T iwip.. P, sz---ig'-J: .,,.,4r A---xr " . " -. . ' ' ' .A '--P-eff.iav.'.. ' J .....L...1-.' A if - ' , ' uzsfifif " . TOP LEFT: D. Saunders and P. Morgan approach finish line. TOP RIGHT: J. Pugh keeps the lead as he crosses the bridge. CENTER LEFT: I . Pugh takes nap after a tiring meet. BOTTOM LEFT: M. Anthony, I. Pugh, T. Hawk, S. Williams, and R. Knudsen. BOTTOM CENTER: T. Hawk flexes muscles for the camera man. BOTTOM RIGHT: C. Fifer, L. Pressley, D. Gurr, T. Knud- sen. T. Rumpel, and G. Garis in pyramid pose. 47 I7 , mq., fn, , ll MQ? 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Craig Sandburg, Colton L mack, Mike Morcum, Curt Cooper, Victor Gonzales, Kevin Smit, Mike Fl ton, Craig Hahn, Don Ross, Dave Bunker, Wayne Downing, Joe Capps. Ma Zacarias, Todd Braniff. Kneeling: Todd Mizuta, Kevin Rowan, Wade Sa Fritz Metcalf, Melvin Merchant, Randy Ross, Dave Butler, Kelly Johnson, I nis Moore, Lee Anderson, David Paulsen, Robb Braniff. Alan Schroeder, 1 Scoreboard Vale 37 Vallivue 7 Vale I4 Onfario 6 Vale 6 Gram' Union 0 Vale 24 Madras 0 Vale 24 Mac-Hi I4 Vale 36 Wafonka 0 Vale 35 Crook Counfy Q2 Vale 22 Burns 20 Vale 30 Nyssa 34 Vale 35 Tillamook I 2 Vale 7 Gold Beach 20 Honors The following playes were named to the ALL-DISTRICT Team: Offense: M. Schaffeld CTD, D. Moore CTEJ, B. Mooney CSED, I. Yraguen KRBJ, honorable mention: R. Presley QG5, defense: M. Schaffeld QDLJ. D. Moore CDEJ, I. Yraguen CLB7, E. Anthony CDBJ, J. Garland CDBJ. NAMED TO THE FIRST TEAM, ALL STATE, offense and defense were: M. Shaffeld QT and DTD. I. Garland CQBJ, and E. Anthony CDBJ. J. Yraguen was named to the SECOND TEAM. ALL STATE. MIKE SCHAFFELD was named to the Shriner's team that will play next summer. W- Seniors STARTING AT TOP FAR LEFT: Greg McCallum. 1270, tackle: Allen Hammond, 4179, tackle: Bob Mooney, 281 split end: Doug Moore, 15284, tight end: Ed Anthony, 324, running back: John Yraguen, 342, running back: and Dan Fulleton, 1225, running back. STARTING AT BOTTOM LEFT: Jim Maupin, 43 56, center: Rob Presley, 3165, guard, Joe Gar- land, 312, quarterback: Mike Schaffeld, 472, tackle: Joe Medina, 3160, guard: Steve Netcher, 1155, center: and Ron Mooney, 331, running back. 49 I ' - 1 x ,Q 3' e - . 114. F11 A ' V '9, N Q f. -v S x Q' I I 4 I 1 . 1 U A .r 4, 'Z -A a ld Q -lf' ' ' , ,sr - ,J '5 N .42 A , , , . . -, -. , . A -' .-su-'Q ' --my -- '5-.rfwj f-, I - '-H' ,552 Ugly R ,,, . 'z-nb hr 11 ' . HQ' Y ' . '- ' '-',- :gl ,i:ig,i1Ef::Q 4,3 .. V, --, . ' X- ' .Q ,. "7" f Q ' .f . 5. , --I-' I. f ,M 4 - 'ff,,g.' ,I -..-. 1- ' A. 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Standing: Dar1eneA- llen, Cindy Hodge, Betty Town-, Coach Standage, Coach Gehrke, D'Ann Bran- i.ff, Maris Blackburn, Peggy Williams. Freshmen Kneeling: Coach Standage. Karen Thomas, Brenda Kelso, Lynn I-larrod, Coacl Gehrke. Standing: Tamm Cockeram, Heather Gurr Melney Findley, De Knight, Kim Allen, Alys Johnson, Shannon Johnson Diane Mooney, Bonnie Zil lig. The girls sure did well this year! Freshmen did their best, Jay Vee's season was 8-6, and Varsity got named by the Argus the best team around with 14 wins and 'J losses! Julie Burke and Janie Robertson made the Argus All-Stars, and Julie Burke made outstanding spiker for all around! They both also made District, Julie being the spiker and Janie being the setter. The team chose Janie Robertson as the outstanding volleyball player at the Awards Assembly January 31. TOP: K. DeLong. J. Robertson, J. Burke. J. DeLong, K. Romans, L.. Dirkson. CENTER LEFT: J. Burke, J. Robertson. CENTER RIGHT: L. Dirkson, J. Burke. BOTTOM LEFT: Mr. Brown, Mr. Ham- merle, Mr. Wilkins. BOTTOM RIGHT: J. Burke, J. Robertson, L. Dirkson, J. DeLong. 53 'H .., ., "f ,fs 4- kkf' ,aw v x..,." ,500 ""'-..,, 4 "b' -f+'f'T'4w,:..25 ' ," ' '-fu,-,.,.' -, 32" ' ' - """"1'3j-fc.: -2265 ' VJ: .A 'fe-. - ':- .ag-v fm- - mfr -.- , 'T sg . "GO VIKENL-25 ON TP Q-fATQ'11g. ag. w5Irg,,-QF QM' ,ig .. L, 21 f Z 33 M133 AZ'-:" WING, E3 muff 1 . ' I . 5 4 1 A - t .Y I!!! H . . ' f f- ' "" V - 2--, '-",:dff4 avr 5. i., " X : V Cr. . 'f' A QV' JN Q , 'f Asif: W J! .- h MQ, " lim Maupin Craig Hawk 1,4 own, John Yraguen Mike Schaffeld A if - ' ' Y H qw l H1 1 1 5- ,.1-p 1f'.E,,1'3:'r . 4- ','. 'L 3 L: . .Pl A tg 4, "4 1 'n ff, FQ . "fy IQ? .1 rf: Il ' . J"'r-W, -' J-lim' ' 4.11--. if' ff-"F ET' ' 23,1 rev 1 f ,-. 1, ! Bob Mooney u 5 l J, , it w W Q. .H 'OL v VJ Joe Garland The Vikings took us a long way in basketball this year not only in miles but in record standing. After taking second in District, the team traveled to McArthur Court in Eugene for the toumarnents. 56 Supersfars in Acfion . x x n 1 .,.-FJ his ' 'J , . ff :A Juv: f ' a vs' "' gsm - an ' D A S Q X - N - ' l if H4 P - H" Rick and John Yraguen are a hard combination to beat. :gg f' - .M "1 I - p ' b il : fs' 2 4: .Qi -.. Y, Jim Maupin prepares to rebound the ball. Coach Hawk informs the officials about some of Lhe finer points of basketball. , " ' --N' W" f ag , Craig Hawk is on guard. Joe Garland takes time out for a little dance with his opponent qo vncmas on 'ro ' TAT v.- 444' rg WS 4' iff' ,f 35 u ,uufmr l W .ti s il ww Q ' 95 Q F I . Q-. 4-W! I H R11 -, gf 75' , p 1 J- ,r 1-. - c,o vncmab . A -., 24 EEE Q-ff' Q- N, Q .Q Varsify and Jay Vee Wresflin Front Row: Merle Remple, Randy Ross. Keith Chamberlain, Richard Hume. John Pugh, Earl Anderson, Mark Anthony. Back Row: Coach Arritola. Mike DeLong, Rex Knudson. Rod Miner. Murray Nishihara, Shaun Cummings, Allan Hammond. l Front Row: Coach Hammerle. R. Cockeram, D. Ross, T. Birdsong, R. Machado. K. Rowan. B. Maag, I. Whitley, D. Pallet, J. Taylor. Middle Row: G. Remple. D. Towell, C. Perry, P. Keveren, P. Morgan, M. Johnson, T. Wilcox. Coach Gardner. Back Row: B. Green, L. Anderson. T. Morcom, J. Morcom, W. Chamberlain, V. Tolman, B. Peterson. - i 1 1- 1' 1 HI 0 - ' ' X 7 W.. 2, , , N .. AP 'N-A -f :ffm 'F . . X : ,Y , pfqff if U '.- ki. ,QW Girls ' Track Sen ds One fc Qfafe KD Etfssiifsrft, Q5 ,QW ti . X .N kk . 0 F- GC QXCOXO xxx QQXQ NYOO X05 .Q ge uid? ,L ,bf ,- vmeibrw Qeojcr. QD ff e N65 5.4 BOTTOM ROW: Besty Lewis, Peggy Williams. Susan Gurr, Juanita Wilcox, Cindy Jones, Tammy Rum- pel. Elizabeth Anthony. MIDDLE ROW: Coach Standage, Beckie Bement. Karen Romans. Dee Good- man. Janet Jantzen, Lou Dirksen. Linda Rumpel. TOP ROW: Diane Mooney, Tami Cockeram, Tana Knudsen. Ginny Garis, Alyssa Johnson, Dodie Rob- erts, and Cheryl Fifer. March 29 April 5 April 'J April 12 April 15 April 23 May 13 May 20 and 21 60 , I9 7 7 Track Resulfs Vale-Nyssa Duel Meet Vale-Ontario Duel Meet Vale Invitational Vale-Payette Duel Meet Weiser Relays Weiser Invitational John Day Invitational District at John Day Vale wins, scoring 79 points. Ontario wins. ' Vale places 3rd with 76 points Vale wins, scoring 66 points. Vale places 4th with 52 points Vale places 8th with 2 points. Vale places 8th with 2 points. Vale places 'ith with 10 points Those placing af fhe Disfricf meef in John Day were Lou Ann Dirksen. 4th in the 880 run' Cindy Jones, 4th in Javelin, 118'3""' Mile Relay . 5th B. Bement, G. Garis, J. Jantzen, L. Dirksen. Girls' Track records broken fhis year were 220 run, 27. '7 seconds by Beckie Bement 880 run, 2:32.5 by Lou Ann Dirksen Long Jump 15'10W' by Beckie Bement Javelin 118'3" by Cindie Jones Shot 35'4" by Betsy Lewis 2 mile 14:22. 0 by Tammy Rumpel Cindy Jones earned a frip fo sfafe wifh her javelin fhrow af Disfricf. 'new school records 4 X 4 5 WwM mf ufvgfaphggglgg w ft fgiff f Q' ali- Mif if WW Q .J Ugg! J ff- ' J QZ?Kwf6'6wAG'! M?jE ' f h ' b AV L - gl, w 5 if wif 6335 My QQQ3J44f fm? fi? MQJ OVMSL i f lf? f if f4fJ WMwmy M, rf 'O2b" g , SUM " WW H Wg YD Q2 5317 2 A Wgggif C 'f'v6fz,f2 - X Lp A,,!,fC2fZ5' Boys ' Track individual and team efforts, the of the boys' track team have experi- a "building up" season to excel in their events. The majority of the team is members and though they are lacking at the present time they show much for the future their season in a blaze of glory, the team qualified for state in three events, the yard dash. the 440 yard dash. and the mile . The District Meet was held at John Day, 20 and 21. Ed Anthony took first in the 220 dash with a time of 22.55, he also placed second in the 440 yard dash with a time of 50.3. The mile relay consisting of J. R. Smith, Dave Saunders, Richard Hume, and Ed Anthony ran a time of 3:29.6 to place first in the mile relay at John Day. The State Track Meet will be held at Portland May 27 and 28. LEFT PAGE: TOP LEFT: Mr. Johnson coaches Tom Diaz, Richard Hume, and Dennis Moore. TOP MIDDLE: Steve McLay prepares to run his race. TOP RIGHT: Richard Hume contributes to the mile relay. BOTTOM RIGHT: The Mile Relay team proudly 5 I I 9 -. -.1 - "- T MN" 4 4411... . i . P! accepts their victory at the District Track Meet. BOTTOM LEFT: The Boys' Track Team: First Row: A. Schroeder, E. Anthony, J. Pugh, D. Saunders, R. Hume, J. Smith. Second Row: T. Hawk, D. Hume, M. Nishihara, T. Diaz, D., Paulsen, F. Metcalf. Third Row: C. Langmack. K. Moore, S. McLay, J. Williams, R. Wilson, P. Morgan. Fourth Row: Coach Mr. Johnson, V. Tolman, D. Moore, T. Wilcox. RIGHT PAGE: Left: J. R. Smith sprints to victory. MIDDLE: Dan Hume watches his team mates as they compete in their events. RIGHT: Ed Anthony prepares for the hand off in the mile relay. 17 L F5 E 'Q'-1 1 I, E E e . . 'f ' ' 3' W s,..-..,,,,mMM it - J 11 ' -1 wk E I ur- ' xA. Varisfy Baseball BOTTOM: Jim Maupin, Joe Medina. Dan Fulleton, Mike Schaffcld, John Yra- guen. Joe Garland. MID- DLE: Bob Pelerson, David Burke, Roger Bates, Todd Bames, Rick Yraguen. TOP: Coach Edwards. Gerry Netcher. John Cammann. Kelly Johnson. .IV Baseball BOTTOM: Mike Morcom, Robb Braniff , David Bunker. Rick Machado, Todd Mizuta. MIDDLE: Jerry Thompson, Mike Fullcton, Kun Allen. Wayne Down- ing, Dan Smith, Todd Branlff. TOP: Wade Seals, Mike Tolman. Doran Hen- rie. Manuel Zacarlas, Cum Berry. 64 p 1977 AA Baseball Champions I TOP RIGHT: Viks ready to go out on the field. BOTTOM LEFT: Rick Yraguen winds up for pitch. BOTTOM RIGHT: Coach Edwards and part of team show off their state trophy , proof that they ARE 3691 . T V, Y larialnf BASEBALL scones E Vale Opp. Nampa ar' 1 6 Caldwellg:-1 eg 5' 3 Vale at Meri an 'V 2 3 4 7 Vale at Adrian 8 1 " Vale at Napma 6 7 Ontario at Vale 2 1 Vale at Nyssa. 1 0 l Burns at Vale 0, 1h 7 Meridian a 41 Vale at C r-W' Grant Union at, :I 1 ,. A ,Q Adrian at V I ' Vale at Vale at Vale at Nyssa at Vale 7' " District 'Playoff , . - , il r H A .ii-V. .X ... -,. 'ff- 'f-f'1- ,,,. -1- 2-,J ' . . a nv- 5. ,M-, rnt. , .11-f IV. .. wp -4.0 , ft,',-vi... , J. - . Q, Quarterfinals fssmrfmals finals 1-19 5 'a fiery I V Scores Nampa at Vale, won 9-0 Caldwell at Vale, won 2-0 Ontario at Vale, won 18-5 Vale at Nampa, lost 15-16 Adrian at Vale, won 17-14 Nyssa-at Vale, won 7-4 Vale at Vallivue. won 9-8 Ontario at Vale. won 12-11 Meridian at Vale, lost 9-10 Vale at Nyssa, won 11-7 Vale at Ontario, won 6-5 Vale at Meridian, lost 5-9 The Varsity team entered state competition by defeating Mac-Hi in District. May 30, 1977, Vale played Yamhill- Carlton Tigers for the quarter- finals of AA Baseball for the State of Oregon and won 9-6. Viks then traveled to Rainier and came out on top 2-1. In the finals, Vale played South Umpqua, winning 5-4 to become AA 1977 State Base- ball Champs! 65 Tennis: The A ony of Love The I 977 Tennis Record was: Won- 7 Losf- 7 Af fhe Disfricf Tourna- menfsDennie Wilkins was Disfriof Champion for GirI's Singles. ffm.. ..s..l.,5s i lst Row: B. Papwonh, B. Murdock, S. Reynolds, P. Diaz, G. Recla, S. Steiber, T. Harrod, D. Bashford, C. Perry. 2nd Row: M. Peterson, J. Elfering, M. M S. Standage, I. Elfering, D. Wilkins, J. MacFarlane, V. Ingram, J. Robertson, Coach Wilkins. 3rd Row: K. Williams, K. Netcher. G. Gardner. N. Joyce Delong, C. Papwonh. D. Williams, T. Hammond, E. Joyce, T. Atkins, I. Delong. 4 pgf fm, "' . -n e s e sns n s . . . Vale was proud fo send Dennre Wrlkms fo fhe 1 8 Qfafe Tennis Tournamenf m Pendlefon fhrs year. ' :ws-1' f--. '5..'F A 'Q' , x. 'Y lr ,,. Yo. 'faqs' J ' V ' 155 L X ek CSN ' X QXQOQQ , Qi Ci I Ufxfxnw Uk K Qmmwb- 556 QQ 'X V' LXU NWO Q 55 e f Q QQ 5006 53 X QKQXY ' , 3 XX b Xb KL NOV K N 1 ' X RXLO xx? W lAVQCCy R Q X H46 x 'QF' r::, Cs 1.4, Qi 25.1 XXX!-1 KX X - 5WmgQmws TOP: Iohn Yraguen is up to bat and ready to hit. FAR RIGHT: Coach Bob Edwards looks on from third base coaching spot. MIDDLE: Ed Anthony edges Jeff Hipp from Nysa for a filst place at District, held in John Day. Oregon. BOTTOM: Tennis players move onto courts to begin prac- tice. Ls...- 1-Dr' 'Ii V,-'lf R15 .ALA A K 'Q-,if3...'t A'-"eff 2' f'L-.' 4 A .il .AJ A-. 2 1 'KN , x .h R E-251 , F x X X .0 J w oNNV SWQ3 B of gn V'tY 4 by W. UQQ VQF 5? no if J, of of W V V ig ffiglx w q"f1Og53 ebe' , "3 V17 , , 25 "". O, Wu' E, Q V yy .6 rY'diY'i!iFa"'x5uk. et 1 4 Uri' 55"-A--"..-lul"" NX SSQYARHMSUFAIW, i J . , x . I .A X f ' in xv'- ,-- T534 ' Q R: VALE CHAPTER Y. V Q. " X a Myth F, .P I Q 1 . Sf fe - ORGANIZA nous at E 5322? Honor Society this year went on a special trip to Sil- ver City and explored the area. Their annual banquet was held at the Eastside Cafe in Ontario. After a dinner of Chicken Chinese, memberslistened to Byron Chat- field, District Attomey of Malheur Cotmty. Seniors were then given awards. Officers for the 1976-'77 year were: Bill Papworth, Vice-Presidentg Marcy Peterson, Treasurer: Mary Ann Moss, Secretary: and Paul Diaz, President. Members this year were fBe1owJ Kneeling: D. White, R. Hume, B. McLay, S. Reynolds. P. Diaz. J. Yraguen, B. Papworth, M. Nishihara. Second Row: B. Anderson, J. Elfering, G. Gardner, I. Carroll, I. Elfering, J. Burke, L. Recla. M. Peterson, M. Moss. T. Harrod. TOP: B. Town, T. Zillig, C. McKenney, S. Hiatt, D. Skinner, T. Rumpel, K. Child, K. Reis- wig, C. Gardner, K. Reukauf, P. Jones, L. Elfering, N . Joyce, K. Schroeder, I. Kuwahara, K. Bieker. 4 ii iii' fe 3 Q . 3 it Q is if Elia ii, Ee lf!!-,,,. 1. Jw- 4 'M' W J K MQW To become a member of Honor Society, a student must maintain a grade average of 2.0 Ca "B" averagel. The students in this club are the honor students of Vale High School. Because of their work toward keeping up good grades, they are recognized by membership in this club . -'4C!li- TOP PICTURE AND ABOVE: Honor Society students make plans and decisions for activities. BOTTOM LEFT Paul Diaz president, keeps the meting in order. Science Club Science Club consists of the following members: Pennie Jones. Advisor - Dan Gardner, Nancy Blackbum, Richard Hume, Stan Steiber, Jeannie Burke, Craig Sandburg. Peggy Milstead, Lori Heideman, Julie Burke, Debbie Netcher, and Kristi Reukauf . Science Club attended the Science Symposium in Nyssa and traveled to Boise to tour the Science Department. at B.S.U. N A W X, Sclence Club Officers Advisor Dan Gardner n President Stan Steiber Vice President Julie Burke if Secretary Pennie Jones Wagon, f 14 Jjiw V1 V641 ' GQ fAw0 ffm M cfwfw QW . A JWUQ i 72 ,,.f. ., W x I 'I Organizafion Acfiopy: T: Qwfe Q. U 5-EU if A X W3 EMG? if? J QSM ri E...- 'ir- N.. TOP LEFT: Elaine Delong, Tina Hammond. and Lou Anna Dirksen take time out for a Girls' League meet- ing. TOP RIGHT: Darlene Allen conducts an FHA meeting. BOTTOM LEFT: Mr. Wilson rounds up the Future Farmers for a field trip. BOTTOM RIGHT: Terri Palmer gets a poster party underway. 73 is 55? H xg i E . .A WE lv: 5595911 Nb"'AA'?Pl3l4"Afm ,411 HA ,H A pEGO FF P fm JIU: PV.-n-1-saga-P Q . I 1 F-4 N .fx-il J 16 14 ,x fULk 'v f fs Front Row: R. Miner, R. Knudson, D. Saunders, B. DeLong, K. Cham berlain. E. Andersen, K. Rowan, B. Weideman, T, Rempel, B. Ander sen. P. Linville, J. Hiatt, L. Blackburn. A. Hammond. Second Row: C Perry, Q. Anderson, C. Hysell, M. Johnson. M. DeLong, J. Kennedy, T Burris, J. Guerricagoitia, J. Morcum, W. Chamberlain, T. Dixon, l Whitaker, G. Rempel. Third Row: D. Hefner, K. Laurance, D. Smith R. Wilson, M. Rempel, T. Wilcox. R. Braniff, B. Maag, D. Towell, M Philpott, B. Sanderson, J. Tuttle, P. Hileman. Fourth Row: C. Grissom W. Downing. P. O'Brian, D. Harris. E. Favinger, B. Wolfe. B. Green D. Gardner. J. Mendiola. M. Miller, R. Williams, F. Weideman, L Anderson. Fifth Row: B. Stoner, D. Rodrigues, V. Winebarger, R. Knapp R. Gardner, C. Potter, J. Stoaks, R. Hellman, E. Joyce, T. Knudson, R Allen. D. Trotter, J. MacFarlane, V. Tolman, C. Shaver, M. Suther- land. X iff' fn V .62 .X X J , Q5 X - ,fy . sg. ..-JL Q 'Wi l t f,-11,2 27 Aix M 1 .- gg A' t U , V' A , , gi! , tf, YN 1673! .. :J 1, 3Qf " in fm , . ff M . M M -' fr J, 0 -,tyff t- wr' x. N J ' V 'X'-:PBX Q mv ' r5fi'-i.i'fff'7...- -Q ' ,V fffl-o' Jm. 1 4 ww! fg-Jw XFFA off' X 0 0 o A35 195. Q, President: Bill Andersen Vice President: Beth Weideman Secretary: Teri Rempel Sentinel: Keith Chamberlain Treasurer: Earl Andersen Reporters: Paul Linville Kevin Rowan BOTOM LEFT: Joel Hiatt and Dave Saunders about to board the bus at V.H.S. U . , -V H. v ,.v . N ,wr ' 15 ' 5, l I x4' V. 1 A v w 5, if 251-w 25 - P' Mi' hi' , W ffffqsffff' 'VQ 'QQ ag 6 mH?f',7'!Qf5 fav .,.4, ' A v 'Q Afwsgf at E 'iff . A, U1 ,www " 'iff-fi-5' . Y. .. -f :ms , h -Tw' 1 env 5,1 I ...f N.. . L. - , - ' iv: I - . - ., .-....---ii.-.-..-- , . -fx' f ' . It , 5. ,QI . w V A., H15 'gy - I.. ', M, 1:13.-, ,f 3' . a Yr A. . ' 5 ' .-.. 'FV '- ' - -A F' ,4 ., 'Q A fr- ,: 4i'.. ' K 'BF' ff ' gifs' 1: No vez 'N' 3,5 lf . k ' ' 'ssl' Av ., - Y ,Q 44. .- . , .- 2 I. -'J f ' 1. 5 ff A- 'dz - , A L 'Q 1 ' , ', 4 L 'Wai .QW -at K, . 'wcf".,F' .--i--fr if - Q.. T ...az q.1ru':1nf" 4 ex FAR LEFT: Mr. Seitz participates in F.H.A.'s cake decorating contest held during F.H.A. week. TOP RIGHT: Nancy Joyce. secretary of F.H.A. , read minutes of the meeting. MIDDLE: Darlene Allen, president, conducts a meeting. BOTTOM: Members of H.E.R.O. CI-Iome Eco- nomics Related Occupationsj this year included Cheryl Fifer, Suzie Chitwood. Arlene Spurling, and Becky Tolman. are qi .b,- -Q42 -N C X- -, .. giggle ,xii 3 ,YI xx ,Eb XX --,Z X1 ,7 Q ?f 3 LXQD T,-.xfww .1 Q, T-'71 " fjgkw V J Y QZQTD ere ff? C, 'D EI rijl 23 N bi, gy! will ---fe X'-'23 Pep Club A9 T Wi, X Pep Club led the schoo1's spirit to a high peak again this year. TOP PICTURE . . . Front: Varsity Cheer- leaders including J. Moore. C. Deymonaz, J. Kuwahara, N. Romans, T. Zillig, T. Hutchens. Second Row: Freshman Cheerleaders include T. Cockeram. H. Gurr, D. Mooney: C. Church, freshman rep.: D. Wilkins, assistant pt. keeper: K. Romans, sgt. at arms: T. Palmer, president: B. Lewis, vice president: M. Blackburn: J.V.'Cheerleaders including T. Kelso, S. Standage, G. Keesler: Mrs. Arritola, advisor. Third Row: K. Bieker. M. Peterson, B. Town. C. McKenney, J. Robertson, S. Hiatt. J. Harris, P. Jones. B. Tolman. D. Netcher, point keeper: L. Tolman, Mrs. Miles, advisor. Fourth Row: J. MacFar1ene, L. Pressley, S. Rossi, D. Goodman, L. DeLong, C. Cockeram, P. Williams, D. Brannif, D. Musgrove, C. Schaffer, C. Fifer, T. Rumpel, J. Elfering. Fifth Row: K. Williams, S. Reynolds, J. Hiatt, C. Kuwa- hara, M. Blackbum, B. Bement, T. Hammond, E. DeLong, T. Atkins, C. Papworth, K. Netcher, E. Anthony, M. Moss. Top Row: A. Johnson, S. Murdock, B. Kelso, M. Findley, B. Zillig, M. Clark, T. Smith, D. Williams, E. Joyce, L. Rumpel, P. Milstead, S. Bieker. The Pep Club is wearing ther new ree shirts they purchased to wear during basketball and wrestling season. LEFT PAGE . . . BOTTOM LEFT: Football Cheer- leaders lead Pep Club members at a state football playoff game. BOTTOM RIGHT: Wrestling cheer- leaders Carrie Deymonaz. Janis Kuwahara, and Terri Hutchens chat during wrestling match. THIS PAGE . . . TOP LEFT: Vikings on their way to another victory. RIGHT: Vale shows their spirit. MIDDLE LEFT: Vikings score another touchdown and Pep Club reacts. BOTTOM LEFT: Pep Club section welcomes the starting line-up onto the playing field . G""S' an ' e?2U90ff70efS Girls' League Officers President: Sue Hiatt Vice-President: Jean Elfering Secretary: Cris Kuwahara Treasurer: Nancy Romans Historian: Sandi Standage Advisor: Mrs . Page Not Pictured: Mrs. Clark 1Advisorb Boys' League Officers President: Steve Reynolds Vice-President Curt Hysell Advisors: Mr . Spears Mr . Brown 50 fi CD fjl ' K Q. .NO fi, - s 7 .Q V, ls Q 'f as f?7 -Af NN rr CX ' ,. 2 5 L! X 'Zi x. f- Q ,f Kp f 5. fo fs i me if xiii' J Qbithffj sis M T ,Q .N X' J Q is 5 Q V ' D CM fi X -S , September 11, the All Girls' Party was held. It was a lot of fun. Betty Town and Sara DeLong got most original costume and best dressed. Sue Hiatt kept us busy with a variety of games. After all of s energy was exerted, donuts and soda pop were served. The Mother's Tea, which was put on in was a great success! There was much entertainment. like the fashion show, and the Girls of the were presented. You know, it's great to see such a nice turnout of people at these Girls' League l activities. It sure make everything the Girls' worked for worthwhile! TOP LEFT: L. Rumple. CENTER: B. Zillig, J. Chamberlain. RIGHT: M. Moss. BOTTOM LEFT: L. Rumple, S. Murdock, J. N. Blackburn, P. Jones, D. Meacham. st' Leffermen Lettermen's Club again this year had a large group. TOP: Lettermen's club includes From Row: R. Miner, J. Pugh, J. Medina. D. Saunders, J. Gar- land, A. Hammond, J. Yra- guen, D. Moore, M. Schaf- feld, R. Knudsen, R. Mooney, S. Cummings, R. Hume. Sec- ond Row: C. Perry, D. Kyni- ston, G. Netcher. J. Kennedy, M. Nishihara, T. Burris, R. Yraguen, T. Barnes, M. DeLong, R. Bates, J. Guerrica- goitia. J. Smith, W. Cham- berlain. Third Row: Arnie Lewis, advisor: D. .Hume, K. Rowan, T. Wilcox, R. Brannif, D. Paulsen. J. Cammann, T. Morcom, D. Moore, L. Ander- son, A. Schroeder, R. Ross, K. Johnson. Fourth Row: J. Tay- lor, E. Anderson, T. Hawk, M. Anthony, D. Towell, P. Keveren, G. Rempel, T. Mizuta, M. Rempel, B. Maag, D. Ross, V. Tolman, R. Erick- son, D. Pallet. vu ABOVE: John Pugh puts Tod Mizuta through one of the rituals of Letter- men's initiation. TOP RIGHT: Letter- men Officers for the 1976-'7"I year: Joe Medina, Representative: John Yra- guen. President: John Pugh. Secretary: Arnie Lewis. Advisor: Mike Schaffeld. Sgt.-At-Arms. RIGHT: Initiates con- gregate at The Slipper. QQ 524 digg 5 f H, Y W I " "Lf QT. fy -.ltr ,, Q Lf:-gl INIE1 "9 'fs fly, uv ,' u, ', . .5 -. Y x Sz.- Nn " '. ' .biz K" ' fwfr, - xg f.., , E. K 1 fig 1, . 9 as I 1 'if R1 - I 4-1'--F, ,--E'I5:fi'. - N911-, 35. :i..g.1:g.:'i3i1.L' fy " -" " Kimhfg 75.1 fin fia- '1 1 sf' i , 5 'V A 1. ELF' W , L- , -.. fi. I . 'Q . ' A 1817: ' a , 1 , 'w.'f?r5' , 5, bv 1. ffmfm, 4 , .-,. 1 Q it - M :V v ' 2 1" 12 .PY GIRLS' A THLETIC AQSOCIA TIONQ One of the many athletic groups in Vale Union High School is our Girls' Athletic Association. By ,. participating in tournaments such as ping pong, vol- leyball, and softball, and in other activities like roller skating, playnights, and group exchanges, members are awarded points. These points are totaled up at the end of the year, and the most deserving are given awards. Officers President: Jeannie Elfering Vice-President: Jeannie DeLong Secretary: Julie Burke Treasurer: Dennie Wilkins Assist. Pt. Keeper: Sarah DeLong Pt. Keeper: Tammy Rumpel CNot Picturedj ia,-Trk Front Row: J. Wilcox, S. Gurr, D. Green, B. Reynolds, T. Palmer, J. Burke, L. Recla, J. Elfering, Advisor: Miss Roff, J. DeLong, J. Robertson, C. Hodge, Town, K. Bieker, M. Peterson, L. Elfering, P. Findley, J. Elfering. Second Row: C. Jones, P. Williams, M. Ritter, C. Cockeram, C. Downing, D. Allen, Goodman, T. Zillig, P. Philpott, A. Spurling, C. Fifer, M. Blackburn, T. Hutchens, C. Schaffer, J. Carroll, NS. DeLong, M. Moss. Third Row: J. Harris, Fowers, K. Romans, S. Rossi, J. Hiatt, D. Goodman, T. Kelso, B. Bement, M. Blackbum, F. Tolman, D. Musgrove, L. DeLong, J. Moore. J. Kuwahara. Gardner, K. Reukauf, D. Netcher. Fourth Row: A. Johnson, L. Dirkson, S. Reynolds, L. McCallum, J. DeLong, D. Milleson, T. Hammond, T. Atkins, E. D. Wilkins, D. Williams, T. Smith, M. Clark, K. Thomas, C. Bonnell, J. Jantzen, L. Rumpel, L. Hileman. Fifth Row: J. Macfarlane, C.'Papworth, K. S. Bieker, K. Skinner, D. Knight, D. Roberts, T. Cockeram, S. Johnson, D. Mooney, B. Kelso, H. Gurr, L. I-larrod, N. Joyce, K. Williams, P. Milstead Joyce, K. Allen. Back Row: M. Findley, B. Zillig. M. Chavez, B. Tolman, J. I-leideman, B. Beck, S. Huffaker, P. Roy, N. Elliott, D. Kerns, D. Allen. Souza, C. Church, S. Murdock, K. Laurance. B. Sanderson, J. Burke. 84 TOP LEFT: President of G.A.A. , Jennie Elfering explains to the members of the various honors and awards that can be achieved through active participa- tion in G.A.A. CENTER LEFT: Peggy Milstead looks on as Becky Tolman, Beckie Bement, and Penny Roy take part in an exciting balloon busting event. CENTER RIGHT: A lot of concentration is devoted to the varied activities planned for the G.A.A. welcoming party for incoming freshmen. Bottom Left: Competing against the underclassmen, in a strenuous tug of war, the upperclassmen pulled their way to victory, joining in the team effort is Betty Town, Patty Goodman, and Mary Ann Blackburn. BOTTOM CENTER: Juanita Wilcox, Barb Reynolds, Patty Goodman, and Julie Burke took pall in the busi- ness meeting that was concluded by Miss Roff. BOTTOM RIGHT: Putting up a good fight, the underclassmen were pulled to their knees by the victorious upperclassmen. 3 r '7 gt -.Wt .-X G.A.A. Lefferclub Members First Row: Julie Burke, Jennie Elfering, Miss Roff, Jeannie DeLong, Janie Robertson, Marcy Peterson. Second Row: Nancy Joyce, Cindy Hodge, 'Patty Goodman, Lynn Elfering, Patty Fo Findley, Kristy Bieker, Kathy Nelson. Third Row: Mary Ann Moss. Joan Elfering, Betty Town, Linda Recla, Linda DeLong. Cheryl Fifer, Terri Hutchens. Ufficers President Jennie Elfering Vice-President Jeannie DeLong Secretary: Julie Burke Treasurer: Marcy Peterson Sgt . -at-Arms: Janie Robertson Junior Representatives: Jean Elfering Nancy Joyce The Letterclub, as in past years. gave a spring banquet forsthe Letterclub initiates at the Parish Hall. Th initiates put on splendid entertainment no matter how embarrassing it might have been for them. Letter club also does a number of other things throughout the year. They make programs for basketball games they are in charge of selling Vale Viking cushions, and they have cake raffles. This year they planned o going skiing but due to the unfortunate skiing conditions. the group was unable to go. The club may hav had their disappointments, but all in all it was one good year! ! F.-. .,, Flu l , 3?- A, ' v: 5? x ,, 5 ' 3 .,"N :Linn "NL,-, X 'Q' 1 ,H '25 2 1 A3 -K A i rm' ., A ,ik T' bf X '1 x . A i-I 'j":'L Xl Q' ix J. TN MUSIC f. - ,r -f 4 Marchin Band i i t' ft ' -V f " for Band Ufficers Vice President Secretary President Freshman Rep . Sophomore Rep Bret McLay Steve Reynolds Paul Diaz Steve McLay Cindy White Majorette Kathy Schroeder Publicity Chairman Tammy Rumpel Senior Rep. Dana Skinner Junior Rep. Jean Elfering Treasurer Z fa Linda Recla 935 B Sak' 35" 3' - v .951 E SL G Q 5 52 Bea, Qw J Q Q, 5 35-1?Q - . 1' X F P 1 A ss? if " Q 2 P sa AOQBIEE-3, Slim? Ooncerf Band pnowf iff 955 Q . SQQS M' " " wwf CWI AMJYJAU be cr CWD is 4 Flag Corps '. ,. . :. ,. ',. ',.'. El. 5 . I . , .- -5: Commanda,rP Jones N Blackburn Second Row K Nelcher T Arkms S Fowurs K Ch1ldS fx Z B I JM TH dBkRwLT1 DM11 C.YNh1 hon. . Jones, . ls, . oore, . ammon . ac o . . o man, . 1 esonf , R. Hellman. D. Kern , I. Whitaker, L. Anderson. N. Larsen, P. Roy. Xl V fJN'fJ"lill!D V T' GSU SJ! I N JX PFQQ l- A N, .N if f 1 rj QAQVV 4 ll U31 X50 , .,.. 1, 950 IX 'ffW7'W9 N f' l l ' fl -, c'1, CJJf,NQfU 9? N f U X ll V .QW ...X my ,J ., lla Stage Band this year was probably one of Vale High's best ever. It added life to all of Vale's bas- ketball games and pep assemblies. Stage Band mem- bers traveled to Eugene for the State Basketball Play- offs and received a second place award for their per- formances during the tournament. RIGHT: Stage Band plays Vale's school song during a pep assembly. MIDDLE: At piano, Phillip Keveren. Sitting: Lynne Elfering, Steve McLay, Gail Gardner, Steve Rey- nolds. Joni MacFarlene, and Jeff Payne. Middle Standing: Mr. Seitz, Bill Papworth, Bret McLay, Tony Harrod, Dennis Rumsey, John Zuegar, Larry Chandler, fm Trotter, and Chuck Kuwaharal. Back: Paul Diaz, Cindy White, Sandi Standage, Jean Elfering. and Bill Murdock. BOTTOM: Vale Stage Band shows off their stuff at one of Vale's State Play- Off games. 'px - fx., - jx,-t. .' . kr -fl HRX' ta A . xv SX . ,. X R X w X ., W -.. , h X -K -. ,f f A 'I X .X .V f. Y N Aj' u ' L V x,R , K XX-A X gs, - ,e, 'xx' X. ev 'K . ., . . M- -.-4 X X .NN ,v x KE ,N V X. x X x Ky 5 .l X, ' ix In X xx 'L wx Q 1 Q l 5, kk L ., NX X J . gy u, 1 r- o r Ni J ' ' , x , XP' ,gg l XLXI . , yo N f - -six W X . AQ, . , .X Vs. -X X , oo -f X N X ,f f Mifwf' U' 1 , nf , First Row Mrs igtance, J. Ku Q K Rerswrg K Child, P. Jones, M f Peterson Second Row: I. Zuegar, S. ' H1att T Hutchens, C. Gardner, B. Jones B Wetdeman, J. Elfering, A. Nj Ozuna Third Row: P. Keveren, I. Cam- mann I Hiatt D. Perkins, G. Recla, C. Kuwahara At the piano, Rick Yraguen, behind the piano. J. Garland, D. Kynis- tin M Blackburn, S. Cummings. MID- DLE RIGHT and MIDDLE LEFT: Participat- -X I rn the Swing Choir Talent Show are ormers BOTTOM LEFT: Swing nc ces for their performances. 'X JO ,, , N KJ if X0 I K fl, N? gy The Swing Choir experi- enced a very active and exciting year. Besides per- forming for various civic organizations, they spon- sored the Talent Show. and helped to sponsor the Nyssa Exchange. They placed in the finals of the Treasure Valley Pop. Jazz, Vocal Festival, and they hope to place in the Swing Choir Festival at Mt. Hood Community College . 4 91 Choir and Girls' Choir Choir Front Row: Mrs. Florance, I. Harris, K. Williams. J. Tuttle, K. Reiswig, K. Child, D. Braniff, G. Keesler, K. Romans. Middle Row: L. Tolman, J. Hiatt. M. Blackburn, J. Elfering. L. Pressley. T. Kelso, S. Rossi, I. Marti- nez. Back Row: T. Remple. D. Mus- grove. B. Sanderson, S. Beiker, E. DeLong. T. Smith, S. Reynolds, L. Anderson. Girls' Choir Front Row: Mrs. Florance, E. Hussey, M. Correa. L. Harrod, T. Cockeram, K. Thomas, B. O'Neal. Middle Row: H. Gurr. K. Skinner, M. Blackburn, B.lQelso, S. Martinez. K. Laurence. Back Row: P. Milstead, D. Mooney, D. Allan, D. - Roberts, S. Johnson. Seated: K. Romans. The choirs put on quite a show this year. Swing Choir sponsored a talent show. Winners were: Karen Skinne first place, Glenda Keesler - second, and MaryAnn Blackbum. Tami Cockeram, and Karen Skinner, who pla third. There was also an exchange assembly in March with Nyssa. The theme was: Sodville U.S.A. Any could participate. and many did. It was a great show! There was also the Solo Ensemble. which was in Februa There was a great variety of "one's" in all sorts of events! Our school sure has a lot of talent in it! Choir Uflicers and Voice Class .C--. I - ' . ' i Choir Officers From Row: D. Mooney, M. Blackburn, S. Hiatt, M Peterson, K. Romans, K. Reiswig. Standing Behind: D Perkins. , ,in i Q x inn Voice Class Sitting at Piano: Mrs. Florance. S. Reynolds. Standing Hiatt. D. Goodman. . I o i 3.512 1. .1 . .354 .A ,, . .V'i4i11.':-,-,':. .-irvifiii, 4 .Vita i -- S. Hiatt. J. Robertson, M. Peterson, I . Elfering, J. gy K Xjft-57 six X ffgf 1 do fi. we? Not only do all the choir participate in so many contests, but they also give concerts for the peo- ple in our area. There was the fall concert, the Christmas concert, and the spring concert. Every year they seem to get more entertaining as Mrs. Florance leads them on! TOP LEFT: Mrs. Flo- rance. TOP RIGHT: J. Garland. CENTER LEFT: Swing Choir. BOTTOM: K. Romans, L. Harrod, D. Mooney. B. Kelso, H. Gun. ' . 5 , ,- fi- , 4.1 N, If , HQHL4 ' ' X '- 9 .11 . , Q' 'fx L :THQ . il I 94 , GODS AND ACADEMICS 6.511 Deadlines . . . tommorrow? Ed, could you develop this stack of negatives by 7th? Mr. Brown can I study for my English test? Harano's coming today? Pictures are informal this year. You lost the Sadie Hawkins pictures! Who's Editor today? Mr. Harano. Ann ual Sfaff Mary Ann, Lori and Judy. -- f S4 ' - 35 r . 'A Jw -A.--,,,g- E ' Q -,151 - W win" S- f 1-fr'-'If'fg,, , V I! :V 4.j,T5-A---Qui Er! - 1 -, ,, .r-, , t in U E 1 Cai all eb Photographer - Ed Anthony, Advisor -' Mr. Brown, Business Manager - Mary Ann Moss, Editor - Ioan Elfering Assistant Editor Lori Blackburn Assistant - Judy Carroll, Assistant Photographer - Phillip Morgan. Office Girls and Librarians Jr ' if Kathy Nelson. Linda Recla, Julie Burke and Pennie Jones. Seated: Sally Powers, Mrs. Shurtliff Lynn Elfering is picking up attendance slips Lynne Elfering. Not Pictured: Carrie Deymonaz. Tolman, Ronda Wilson. Mrs. Page Librarian, Sally Fowers, Penme Jones, Julie Harris, Nancy Nancy Joyce, trn and Mrs. Justus. P1441 , . Buildin Trades The Building Trades finished another house this year. Home Ec II picked out the carpeting, paint samples, the outside paint and trim, and Lhe vinyl. It turned out really nice! FAR RIGHT: R. Zuegar takes a break from his welding. CENTER: Mr. Berry working diligently on his truck. BOT- TOM: T. Brown and D. Lang smoothing out the cement. 98 Indusfrlal Arfs .ff W M we have quite a few teachers in Industrial Arts. We have Mr. Hodges, who teaches Wood Shop, Mr. Berry, who teaches Industrial Mechanics and Building Trades. Mr. McGrath, who teaches Horticulture and General Welding. and Mr. Wilson, who teaches Agriculture and FFA. This year we were fortunate to have Bill Holton here teaching the girls a little about cars, and about body fender repair. FAR LEFT: S. Blackburn setting the concrete. CENTER: J. Guerricagoitia. and T. Dixon posing for the cam- era. BOTTOM: R. Fulwyler working on a motor. 1 Horfic ulfure TOP RIGHT: Janie Robertson and John Pugh transport growing plants. MIDDLE: Dan Hume and John Pugh experiment with some of their specimens. BOTTOM RIGHT: Mike DeLong relaxes during his class. BOTTOM LEFT: Mr. McGrath lectures to his interested class. 'Win -iqf' ,'1f X .Al I00 Learning to take pictures correctly, and the fundamentals of developing the nega- tives are the objectives of the photography class taught by Mr. Spears. TOP LEFT: Terri Hutchens examines a picture she had printed in photography. TOP RIGHT: Rick Yraguen focuses on a perspective subject. BOTTOM RIGHT: Having the ability to apply your concentration, helps to make a top-notch photographer as shown by Phil- lip Morgan. BOTTOM LEFT: Mr. Spears supervises the work of Jaye Capps, while John Pugh looks on. YRJS -an' "tl The purpose of Speech this year was to help the students feel more at ease in front of a group. Reciting, speaking, and demonstrating were some of the Speech class activities. BELOW: Class watches as Tony Burris shows how to drive a truck. RIGHT: Mr. Wilkins critiques a student. BOTTOM: Keith Chamberlain, John Yraguen, Stan Steiber, David Perkins, and Vickie Ingram discuss gun control. N v-U71 ' 'I SW' 4F , Y M ,z 1: tx 1 V Q 1 V' 'xl - t .5 Q if V 1 1 1 , I W, .L 5 Egg' 'Q H 1 at 'N -' , , I . ja w 2 K' '1 1, .y 1 7' .,, . X W .lik Y J U 1 1-9--li-..pa." I Ax 1 4 'IE il KE HI El I I Drama Class ji .fi Drama included fstarting from bottomh C. Braniff , T. Rempel, B. Jones, R. Mooney, A. Ozuna. SECOND ROW: V. Elliot. J. Hiatt, Lori Blackburn. M. Blackburn, B. Tolman. THIRD ROW: D. Perkins, K. Schroeder, D. Braniff. P. Diaz, D. Bishop, B. Reynolds, Mrs. Stockton, B. McLay. TOP: B. Weideman, K. Reukauf, K. Child, K. Reiswig. BELOW PIC- TURE: Joel Hiatt assists with the making of Frankinsrein. BOT- TOM LEFT: Barb Reynolds poses as a mummy. BOTTOM RIGHT: David Perkins and Paul Diaz discuss girl problems. .grrgigr ,-Q.. - 1f:,"' 1."4'3 -,. ,ef .za 5, g, 7- +.v - A- gil. 1.19: "g',',. .-4:-A r- - - , fr -ij..-33123 z gl. vlan!--'t ,, fp , J ' 2 ' .-L,'1'fwPr si ff". 3 T55Flf"35 -, 15.55 :.Qs,..- 1 32,611 ' if ik ' ' C7 25:51-'ffl 15.ifJ2,'.' i.:"L4 r '--rf?" YU M -,fs'tfQ" L- . ,9'l'.'j:5Wsj.::g-y " viz. ,.'.Q-wtf? :ZW -fp'-35" ,igjsry nag,-,,. AJA' ,V - v- 1 iq-153 -l14,g1L-,'- wg-, ' 7 321' f?Q353-WLS? ' YEEIQ f'T7qff'QA- gt' 'J Q, 5 1 31 WEAQQQ-gL,,,1',"JJ,5f9.'ii1'5f"4 ' ' " ' 1 -A Y f..-1 - . v I03 7 A: 4! S' 'l . , yf XA? 1 A-' I, A 15, MQW. 5 -1 L.g-.-.4 Mafh and En Irsh '-1 NX, Y- We've been doing pretty interesting things in the English classes. The freshmen are starting Shakespeare by reading ROMEO AND JULIET. The sophomores are also reading Shakespeare but are doing a short story project: The juniors are writing a short story! The seniors are doing Adler essays and reading Macbeth. another Shakespeare classic. The Spanish students are studying letter writing, and they also have ordered a "Que tal?" magazine, which helps them a lot with their spanish. TOP RIGHT: D.Fulleton in class. TOP LEFT: D. Moore wondering how to get out of work. CENTER: The class busy with an assign- ment. BOTTOM: The class leisurely reading. Qs, Q rl ii - is 2, is se, lat 32 Q z.4i?S.,,?"t.h'f-is.2?g3Q eq' ol isiejs, it -n - fig 'VS N XSS. E-jfs T? QQ .25 . J. Q xx. Q silisfigicis . . ffvdiykfteff' ' 4f7ff4fvQ ' . gg, I This year besides the other math classes. which are General Math, taught by Mr. Hammerle, Algebra I, taught by Mr. Lewis. Algebra II. Geometry, Advanced Math, all taught by Mr. Gardner, we replaced Consumers Math for juniors which is now for seniors and is taught by Mr. Brown, with Personal Finance. This class is to teach the students how to handle their finances when they're out on their own. TOP LEFT: I. McPheerers taking a break from his work. TOP RIGHT: Mr. Wilkins testing the soup. BOTTOM LEFT: Mr. Arritola attracting attention. BOT- TOM RIGHT: K. Skinner and M. Findley busy at work. ' 1 1 , H W ' .,,' ,.-N . 1 gl M- . 1 -' , x z J L-'-an ,lfq E., 105 Science Life Science, Biology I. Biology II, Chemistry and Physics are the classes offered in the field of Science at Vale Union High. They've learned everything from ph testing to taxidermy in these classes and all of these classes require lab work and experimenting. - ,..-L .viii ' L 3 . w -, '-" 1- 2. -i.-, ,fx 12,1 5 1 . A-.... 1 Lx '4.... t 1' In Biology Il Bill Papworth learns to stuff birds. l QC Jeff Payne and Mrle Rempel in Biology I. ,,. fig! 1 fi ESE' I yi .M , 106 Senior girls holding the baby chickens. Mr. Gardner entertains his Physics class. Mr . Spears pre F 1! ' -Mr, ir. 5.-:I in Ea -1. Hisforg 5? :.-'.. ll N r pares a lecture. Marcy Peterson listens intently in S .E.P. Q.M',!H!BT - Another extrung day 1n U.S. History. While Seniors struggled through income taxes and insurance, in American problems, the Juniors, in U.S. History, relived the Great Depression. World History is not a required class but serves as a good college preparatory. World Geograph V-lps Fresh en in learning the basics in map reading, etc. WW 'V EVM E RQ? V my W Cl som S s QQ? lm t-Q92 XJ. lg S, to XSL WM! X X I ' u .Ix .fN-QQ X Cya UB N. X t es.. 1 xx Nei Q I 1 . . U I-V! 3 Y, 'SZ3K..JV,Qw' f Wor1dG. students handing in assignments. L' 'Q TQ H I be .07 rf fl I Q, X CCQQQQ ksflo ' 0 Cf"l3f Z1 , 7 Q2 is Ct 5 QfgcQ51fQCL75X7Q7 , V ,O tw 'r I I we as ff! ,Q!'v E7 4? f, X 7 Milli?-VI ry a 17 kffisdg N J LL. C24 TQ I OPOQ V CCI? QQ yt Q Cf QDQZQ-nb ' ieejgrl U I deg I 3 C Cftegfr Q at 1 6 I I t Home E0O l0SCf2 A wide range of topics are covered in the Home Economics department at Vale High School. From sewing to table etiquette in the sophomore and junior classes, to around-the-world cooking and apartment furnishing in the Senior Class. TOP RIGHT: Home Ec. III listens to helpful pointers on how to fur- nish your own apartment. BOTTOM RIGHT: Mrs. Mabey instructs her sophomore class on the proper way to cut out pattern pieces. BOTTOM LEFT: Preparing for the Christmas holidays, gifts were wrapped for the Nampa State School Christmas Program. 108 'H Physical Educafion A variety of activities are provided to interest the student. Students learn to appreciate the sports while participating in the sports they like. TOP LEFT: The freshman boys' P.E. class retum to the locker room at the end of the class. MIDDLE RIGHT: The girls' P.E. class exercises in the gym. BOTTOM LEFT: A basketball game takes place during fifth period . if 4 , to Vip' 7 . LC . X , CLPKE V '19T,,Q4n-'L 1 I f V, N r K . V .f'x "' N.- " v vm men scnool f7f'f.3Q , k f 1 3 K: X ' DRIVER EDUCATION CAR ' Q, , .usssun cuzvnom co., f .1'W 'cw " Wim V w-"""' f ' iEL4eiEQ5- A . sf 3 r -L ,AJXSQQD C ,, ,XJ ' .ff N ,L5 J gjjx xl K-1 ,. E XA fhf f " X X. X J I V, A , ' ff X fl UQJLU V-LL,u1fx Y? !'1r-,Lf'Q,l 5 bl , K,-Nw f Q fx V 1 Q X' wiki' V N imp, if ,wx Awww M 1 KJ T? , pf wwdff GM WMM ,QL , X-J w my W J x f - CRN D Ei QQ?-3 vw U X Q Q .,U' Sf? 5 Am Q A as 9, H NK SWL kwfy CQMJLCK ' Qc? W U LSR 0ywfeQ .f' ,' b Q- gf' X153 vm fffNfi2 we-31 , 5 f , ' f'7Q fr mm QUE Wlmfmlzvpgcqianpflch ' V '1 L V . ' J , CA E'!'j"' 1 i5giWQgibwgf" " '. Mvfihyh w--4fw,k 4 "' '1-" ' f ' iff' ' '- - I - "'1,:,f.v1a1f,'-1'vf - . A . ' " 1 , x y , . . , 1 I '. '1 V-L X, I1 ,I lx w,1,,C, This year Miss Sue Gehrke headed the typing xpartment. Those sophomores desiring to take ping learned the basics of the typing keyboard 1d other essentials such as letter tyiping. search papers, and column typing. Juniors and seniors made up the Clerical Block class. This class did work with the duplicating machine, learned filing, used calculators, and for one month each member of the class went out into Vale businesses for work experience. TOP LEFT: Peggy Williams contemplates what to type. TOP RIGHT: D'Ann Braniff types an assign- ment. BOTTOM LEFT: Freida Chavez works at typewriter. BOTTOM RIGHT: D'Anna Braniff and Cindy Hodge work on their projects. A tat W. -.5 , -,.,.-- I ypin 'Hi 1 in Work E perience 4' .X .rxx . X v ,, , ' f This past year the kids in Work Experience were Tammy Allen. who worked at the Dairy Queen: Kevin Arrien, home: Mike Bates, Beckers: Julian Correa, Truman Barlow: Keith Crummitt, Vale City Cleaners: Cris Demonaz. Nursing Home: Tanise Dyas, BLM: Debbie Fifer, Sears in Ontario, Jamie Garris, Courthouse: Diana Green, Plaza Inn: Dan Jones, home: Robin Knight, Blue Note: Jeff McPheeters, County Sheriff: Shane Meacham, Albemons Feed Lot: Bob Mooney, Co-Op: Ron Mooney, Beckers: Rob Pressley, Co-Op: Warren Sanderson, Albertsons Feed Lot: Mike Schaffeld, home: Lorene Shaver, Fred Burgess: Ted Watson, Service Corner: Linda Whitley. Ontario Photocopy: David Zinie, home: Phil Zueger, Bob Elliot Tire: Margaret Gaskill, Elaines Grocery: Lysle Willden. Dow Meeks - horses: Patty Goodman. Chevrolet - Nyssa: Keith Chamerlain, home: Rex Knudson, home. 112 FACULTY Mr. Jim Arritola: English I and Il. Adv. English Lab, Vocational Communications, Attended College of Idaho and University of Idaho. Mrs. Kathy Arritola: Guidance, Work Experi- ence. Attended Boise State University, and Uni- versity of Idaho. Mr. Bob Bement: Drivers Education. Attended College of Idaho. Mr. Robert Berry: Building Trades, Industrial Mechanics. Attended Eastern Oregon State Col- lege. Mr. Ronald Brown: World History. English I, Math. Annual. Attended Boise State University. Mrs. Lucille Clark: Spanish I and Il. Attended College of Idaho. Mr. Bob Edwards: World Geography, Boys' P.E. Attended Linfield College. Mrs. Dana Florancez Swing Choir, Choir, Drama, Music Appreciation, Slimnastics. Attended University of Nevada and College of Idaho. 114 KY 1 a. ' ""H . 15:1 , 'H -1311 .ie 'tl Mr. Dan Gardner: Geometry, Physics, Algebra II, Adv. Math, Chemistry. Attended Portland State University and University of Oregon. Miss Sue Gehrke: Typing. Clerical Lab. Attended Southern Oregon College and Oregon State University. Mr. Gordon Hammerle: Basic Math, Personal Finance, Rem. Math. Attended Linfield Col- lege. Mr. Dave I-lawk: U .S. History. Boys' P.E. Attended College of Idaho and University of Ore- gon. Mr. Dan Hodges: Woodworkin, Crafts, Metals, Intro. to Occupations. Attended Oregon State University. Mr. Dan Johnson: Biology I and II, Life Science. Attended College of Idaho and Oregon State Uni- versity . Mr. Arnold Lewis: Algebra I, Boys' P.E. , Ath- letic Director. Attended College of Idaho. Mrs. Susan Mabey: Home Ec I, Il and III. Child Development. Attended Northwest Nazarene College. ' H5 Mr. Allen McGrath: Horticulture, Ag Il, Gen. Welding. Attended University of Idaho and Lamar Community College. W .te . i W Mrs. Peggy Miles: English I and Il. Attended University of Idaho. lliurfr i Mrs. Colleen Page: Librarian, Bookkeeping. FV Attended Brigham Young University. Miss Phyllis Roff: Girls' P.E. , Study Hall. Attended University of ldaho. , LWGZJ , ,UI M56V. fj rf ,MW L .fyef 'Cd' A . W " 1' Mr. Terry Seitz: Band, Stage Band . Band Groups. Attended Boise State University. Mr. William Spears: American Problems, Pho- tography. Attended College of Idaho. .NT l Q5 Mr. Edwards, Mr. Miles, Mr. Bames. Mr. Cammarm. Mrs. Clark. llb A Mrs. Mary Ann Srandage: Reading. Reading Lab Attended Eastern Oregon Stare College. Mr. Dale Wilkins: English III, Speech, Grammar Review. Amended College of Idaho. Mr. Darrell Wilson: Ag I, II and IV, Ag Lab FFA. Amended Oregon Stare University. FAR LEFT: Mrs. Page. BELOW: Mr. Lewis, Mr Arritola funder blanketj, Mr. Hammerle, Mr Johnson and Mr. Gardner. BOTTOM LEFT: Mr Hammerle. BOTTOM RIGHT: Mrs. Arrirola and Mrs. Miles. ll". ll Adminisfrafion ,095 , ,, , Q I f IBM ?i" -4. 2Y" C k Board of Educafion Janifors Cooks and Aids These are the people "behind the lines" that keep our school going. TOP LEFT: Mr. Ruckman, janitor. TOP RIGHT: Mrs. McLaughlin, Assistant Cook. MIDDLE: Mrs. Fowers, Cook. MIDDLE RIGHT: Mrs. Tiffany, Cook- Manager. BOTTOM LEFT: Mr. Justus, janitor. MIDDLE BOTTOM: Mrs. Allen. teacher's aid. MIDDLE RIGHT: Mrs. Justus teacher's aid. ,6 ,uf .qec-rr Bus Drivers . 4- if nt' , velifift- 1 fi' .e fegseftlrfiei 4 lp-12:5-1-, . 49' ' ' A' ., ,sa F vi, i 'l - l "F f: tw- 5 'X C , s uf: O An important asset to our school system is our fleet of school bus drivers. fighting the worst weather conditions to transport the students to school. LEFT TO RIGHT: Norris Walters, June Hartley, Babe Yraguen. Blanche Roy, Bernice Joes, Hazel Justice, Donna Jones, Florence Allen, John Hendricks, Herb Bob Bement. TOP LEFT: The school buses line up to pick up the high school students after school at 3:31 every week-day. TOP RIGHT: Norris Walters at the wh of a school bus ready to take the students to their homes. O 5 N K 5 Q .V A V 4,-7,,., . fa 9EIil70R9 'wifi CLASS Tammy . not pictured. 14919 A, -gm, William Irvin Andersen Anita Bennett ltl.. Lyle Dee Blackburn Graduafin Class of 1977 Darlene Florence Aller H , 1 Sgt Ar Mike 'J - Dan Jones- Rrchard Hume Boys' Representative L E . 65 "fa l I I-J - Talnera Kay Allen In -5 -, Kun ' ' 'xi' . X ab 1 Us - ' F bf N f 5' 1 4, A K- 7 M , 'gf X ' Nl fl 1 ..! , GWR Edward Frank Anthony Kevin Gerard Arrien Michael Eugene Bates Af? ,fr 3 ffl' w f' I Y 'A ,Q . 1, , 'Es 3 -fd f f 'T Kristine Loretta Bieker Diana Bisbee il-loodl Dee Dee Bishop 6 my 'Sf Y""'--v Nancy Ann Blackburn Connie Jeanne Braniff Julie Anne Burke ! He Julie Ann Chamberlain Shaun Ty Cummings is .K 'ff I5 1 Y 5' ' EQ -Y . 5 H li kg N -X fl , Paul Diaz, Jr. f Joan Louise Elfering ,l 'x .-N 4-l If A ' ' . I. N IA. 1' x, Sally Powers ff? if L. lf ". 1-I 1 ,da wg , 5,5-J I! r ' Q ll Keith Fred Chamberlain Susan F9-YC Chilwood N . . l .s I1 ui 1.1 ,hqimi . .. -Liar t , --.gi 4 . Brwdly Gale DeLong I -Z , W K W W . V QV A. Y I L V I Nd ll ,I FD if C A , x U -' -"f ' " 51' Min is K, WNW-' l - .jig dl ,N yy., , .qi 1 3 ' x ' if yi 'r , X if ff i 1 t x ' A fi? 15 J ' Fayrene Dyas CTolmanJ xy. Rebecca Lynne Elfering Il Daniel Wade Fulleton Keith Alfred Crummitt Jeannie, Marie DeLong Cristina: Lee Deymonaz Tanise Mary Dyas l 4 , ix . il f ' l If V ! K iii' ll Debra Elaine Fifer ,lamie Ann Gm-in it 'S Hx'- x I 1 " I 1, uf, Jennie Ray Elfering Ds? P3lI'1C13 Joyee Frndley J' Rohm-t Inp ftqrlfmfr 123 Seniors . . . cv' t , 6 X . x txt 'M 'X 9 't . A ff' .td-Eh E Patty Io Goodman l' l I l A 4 , Allan Oran Hammond ' Sue Ann Hiatt Penelope Lucille Jones , - ' Y 'J-Q .1 Evelyn Martinez Diana Lynne Green Julie Harris .-'if i We -in Cynthia Mwrie Hodge ,fi Robin Rena Knight V ' '.- V1 "Nik ri X x -' 'vt H M I ,. ' ,, ' ,- .. 10" li l '..i'Q" ' i 7i :Sl V i J ' - wil' x -GH' y If A , ' XR 'X L .' X71 7 if 4 L+. 54.5.1- lames Robert Maupin X 1 Susan Lynn Gun' . -V .V- Tro H 'mger ,Y-'75, IWW? 4 "', W 1? Q ' 'Er' 11 1' Beth Hathaway 4Andorsonl Richard Guy Hume Rex Ut-an Knudson . Kathleen Diane Mayhall M . 0 rl' R i," Craig Monroe Hawk Daniel Eugene Jones .-,uni f,.,g' ff ,L if ' . f ii- ' i ' Colette Miclit-le Lztngtnac 4 r 4 , 45 Wt- Gregory Vaughn McCall1 iv" it " ez. fzgf- 1 zmrolyn Marie Mclienney ,gs "" ,""" , .nur " . f.-E2-'7 xl f dl' ' HE Reber! Anllwlmy Mooney lJi:m41 lxlqlril- Nx'llfl'lL'l' 1 4 W if-s Qt? 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F A Betty Ellen Town Lindt Marie Whitley l .ii-' Tamra lean Zillig Warren Nelson Sanderson :,'. -4 ir , V ' ' us: David Ellison Saunders v XI, W nf 'I YN f l 4: A 41, '- - sox L F' 'A I V lxxxx N X- lc , ,Q I l xx ' f . l- i-:UV , , s 1- xx l A 4 Fil A I ll rt Dana Louise Skinner Carol Denise Spurling zf'Z'v.?5i A "Tw+"""'i'i fl 1 - M f F7 Y i llll . ' l it Ted Joseph Watson 1 5 '31 li: -9 list ,5 L+ lg .4 f -if luwnitw Anim Wilcox , ---s"'i David F. Zinie Lorene Ward fShaverl 'Y 3' John Allen Yraguen QA. xy is Phillip M. Zuegar Micheal Thomas Schaffel .E ui Stanley Joe Steiber ,fr David Edward White Seniors not pictured Julian Gomaz Correa William Vincent Elliott Margaret E. Gaskill Marlene Diane Hathaway David Darrell Lang Shane George Meacham Lysle G. Willden U. r UH 0 JL! ' K 01, af r ,, ' P' V , 43 X Io, 1i ,tx .IUNIORS 1 ,A fbackb Girl Rep. Sgt. Bl Arms, John Boy Rep.g and Lori bum, Vice-Presidentf Elfering, Presidem, is picturedi 1 1 5 J Todd , "" es Ro Bates ane Beck F Greg Bieker Lori Blackburn Mary Blackbum Sam Blackbum D'Ann Braniff Juniors 4 SA 'I3' CTI, ,fbi .5 'Q I,--ff ,-. 1 11 JE I .L I NA "win af, f ' .4,. a,. f: 1, v 'ru f 1,-.-,- r. .,..1 ., . , fa - .. 'H ' H . ,- Q... , ' V , gQL,l'L. , ,H . .J lf If F 1 5 v 5..x 1' 4 -171'-'Xin 3' ' !:i14g"'x 8 .1 . . - 1. G ,. . J-1. ..,1 J . jftzj ' ' .+-- wif'-Cf -F 4520 'Ff'lE':i: .- ,Q 1,v..,Lm S'-VV ". J -1-- 'w,j0ff?Qzr5'gfrgJ , - 4. we ,f- b'i:!KfM,E:mfl it :Z If gr A 'TJ' "U 1 W5 M 1' -7, ' rll 4 ,A . .gh .Ll E v. ff' , 4 N 52 K f yi Q' N ,. WJ F A ,gm 1 5i'1.,.'1u!'Yi-3'-i12k"y' j j'Ali1L?15l- -4, - f. .Yg- .R .L 'if 1 T " fy 4 w ' , 1 1 'Ii - . ya ,Q 1.-Q ' K , , 40 I f 5 NN . .aft ' A . -.5 Q? g"'! x lx ? il ju, 'T - V: i ,N 1 Q 4 Q. f E dl- 21. X , ,K I X 415: ' 1 5' ., ks, W 1 1 ...P J.. , . I I ,n, x,',.'.5: Y ' Y. Xl V53 A , is ,Q-lg!-T C.-:':,. 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X Ai - 1 . v ...Q ',XQ' If X 1 ,W We Inc iff' I MLK ' 14 . 73, :ff fag 45553 , za, is 1 1' 'i I J' "4 . - hvrmv . 'J' i 1 1 gl .4,,,.4 'L- , , aiu, ' Qalufaforian Julie Burke . . ,N-V .J ,-- 4 N' '34-xi: Girls' Krisfi Reukaull Murray Nishi- 44 hare, and Lori- Blackburn 1 1 Honors. . . In fhe nexf fhree page are sfudenfs who deserve recogni- lion for fheir oonfribufions fowards Vale Hgh. 'til I ,V 'AZ f ,,- J Mar oss Girls of fhe Monfhs Marcy Peterson Tammy Z1111g Nancy Romans September October November Sue H1311 Janre Robertson Joan Elfering March Every year, Girls' League chooses a girl for each month school is in ses- sion. These girls are picked by their citizenship, friendliness, and dedica- tion towards the school. Mary Ann Moss qpictured on preceding pagej. Girl of the Month for February, was chosen by the faculty as the Girl of the Year. 145 Honors Sporfs FOOTBALL Mike Schaffeld, All State, Played for 1977 Shrine West Team John Yraguen, Running Back, All State Ed Anthony, Deep Back, All State VOLLEYBALL Janie Robertson, Outstanding Volleyball Player of 1976-77 Season. District Volleybal Honorable Mention. Named to Argus All-Star Volleyball team. Julie Burke, 1st Team District Volleyball, alternate Spiker. Named to Argus All-Star Volleyball team. Named Out- standing Spiker for the Treasure Valley Area. - Lou Anna Dirksen, District Volleyball Honorable Mention. Jeannie DeLong, District Volleyball Honorable Mention. BASKETBALL Mike Schaffeld. All District Team Joe Garland, All District Honorable Mention. Jim Maupin, All District Honorable Mention. WRESTLING V John Pugh, qualified for State Wrestling. TRACK David Saunders qualified for state in Mile Relay Team. Ed Anthony qualified for State in Mile Relay Team, 220 and 440 runs. Richard Hume qualified for State in Mile Relay team. J . R. Smith qualified for State in Mile Relay team. Cindy Jones, qualified for State in the javelin, was named Outstanding Track Girl for 1976-77 Season. TENNIS Dennie Wilkins placed lst in District for Girls' qualified for State. MUSIC Singles and Lynne Elfering, member of SRV Honor Band. Joni MacFarlane, member of SRV Honor Band. Kathy Schroeder, member of SRV Honor Band. Jeff Payne , member of SRV Honor Band. Cindy White, member of SRV Honor Band. Bret McLay, participant of State Solo contest. Named Stage Band Most Valuable Player. I Paul Diaz, John Phillip, Souza Award. Cathy Gardner, Honor and All Northest Choir. Jennie Elfer ing, Choir Service Award . Marcy Peterson , Honor Choir. Joe Garland, Most Valuable Choir Member Award. Alfredo Ozuna , Honor Choir. Beth Weideman, Best Actress Award. FUTURE FARMERS OFA AMERICA A WARDS Bill Anderson, Outstanding Ag Student. Joel Hiatt, Outstanding Livestock Judge Tana Knudsen, Outstanding First Year FFA member. Carl Shaver, Outstanding First Year FFA member. GIRLS' A THLETIC ASSOCIA TIUN A WARDS Joan Elfering, Outstanding G.L.C. Award. Linda Recla, Outstanding G.L.C. Award. Jennie Elfering, Service Award. Jeannie DeLong, Service Award. SCHUUL A WARDS Nancy Romans, Seiver's Kendall Award. Joe,Garland, Seiver's Kendall Award. Ed Anthony, Robert Larsen Citizenship Award. Patti Findley, Robert Larsen Citizenship Award . Mary Ann Moss, the "I Dare You" Award. Rex Knudsen, the "I Dare You" Award. Kristy Bieker , Oregon Scholar. Stan Steiber, Oregon Scholar. Richard Hume, Oregon Scholar. Julie Burke, Oregon Scholar. Patty Philpott, Century Leader of Recognition. John Yraguen, Stan Monson Award. Kathy Schroeder, placed 2nd in Malheur County, Spellin Contest. F.H.A. AWARDS ,., UA A7 . f?!1Qf'ff7fx I x"f,1 . ,. , rim. 4,1 -I -'SW 'LHQ , 123 " . .al :Pu ' 1, vim - 2 . ' fRick if QLL' ,- llq Nantf - Q ui L.i.tZ,gfQ 111, 41 185 li 1, 'T wg? ,Q 16 . 1?-L , u 5 W qongi I I 84 '12 ..- fisl , J C I 1 f. sa, . , '1 .. , 5ifer,.,Debbi 1?Q23 ' "Findlay, -ww .- . '. V. w Findlay, Patty Io I Florance Dana ,' 103 114 Fowers 11y 1 Fulleton, an 3 Fulleton 1 ke lwyler My , N Mayhgwgfq , 311 mv - '?-wa 32 Q4 Green. Dianna - s, 17, 20, 24. 31, 84, 124 Griggs. :Bord - 129 Gdfisolii. Carl - 17, '15, 141 Grissom. James - Grove, Sun --'129 7 Guenfe3go1n3..1ehu - 24. 43, 51, 75. az, 99, 129' " N . "E . . 11, se, 45. -41, 83. 135 cuir,-.Heather - 24, 25. 29, 52. 'mv-fax, 84, as-. 337.929 94: ,Sue '- 47: 8, 839 841 1251 145 1 1 Q D . Hager. Troy - Hahn. C1313 - 49L 51. 141 I 1 5 f 115. ,I1qmmerle,.:,Gozdon,l,Mr.W- 53. 53, 113, 117' 1 1 Amen- 24. ao, '31, 43, sa, '15, az Hammond, 'rm - 611.113, '18, '84, ss. 135 H311'l,'E8!ll.7.8 - 132 A I nan - 15.1 141 nmu,,Juue - 13, 18.134, as. sz. 91, 124 n3m4,.r,ynn.-121, 25. 52.34, 35, 92, 34, 139. 141 IOM -66. 19- 99- 129 Hauluidy. 56.1.1124 1 Elaghaway. Marlene - r-13wk,'t:m1g,- 21, 54, 55, ss, 124 Hawk, Dave, Mr. - 26, 113, 115 flanks- 'ram - 46, 41. 571' az. 135 -Heidemann., Julie - 84, 135 1-1enzema1m,mr1 - 18.143, 12, as, 34. 141 mnda - 25.75, 141 Hevner, Dada - 74, 75. 14.1, ' I-lenrie, Doran- 64 ' 1-n.m,lan1eue - 2, '13, 34, 92, 93. 135 1361 -114, '15, 91, 103, 129 Him, Leslie- 15. 135 Sue - 153. '70, '78, 80, 91, 93, 94, 124. 145 ' Hlllmrn. Kelly Hlleman LeeAnn - 141 Hileman. Paul - '15, 135 Hodge. Cindy - 52, 84. 86. 111. 124 Hodges, Dan, Mr. 115 Hoglan,..Ken Holden, Rick - 135 Hood. 'Dianna - 122 Hood, Karen - 141 Howe1l,"Dev'ld - 142 Huffeker, Sheri - 84, 135 .Hu1ne,3Dan1- 9, 49, 5'7,.82, 94. 100, 135 Hume.. Richard - 13, 53. 59. 82. 53. '70, 172, 82.-95. 124 ' Haney. Cindy ' Heaney. Yvonne - -Hntchens, Ted - 3. 43 27. 28. 29. 31, '78, '79, 84. 86, 91.194, 101, 129 ' Hysell, Cnr! - 75. 80. 130 4 lngrazn. Dave - 57. 142 Ingram, Vickie - 32, 46, 76, 83, 102, 130' Janis. Debbie - 24. 135 , , Jantzen, Janet - 5, 60, 83, 84, 135 Jeffers, Dale - Jimenez, Hector- Jlmenez, Rosanlina Johnson, Alaya - 52. 60, 84, 9211142 Johnson, Dan, Mr. - 2, 31. 49, 57, 62, 63 113. 115, 117 Johnson, Kelly - 24, 48. 64, 82, 136 Johnson. Man -, 58. 75. 130, Johnson, Shannon - 15, 52, M, 92, 140, 142 Jones, Becky - 3.25, 33. 89, 91, 103.1130 Jones. Cindy - 52. 60. 83. 84, 85, 130 Jones, Dan - 124 ,D Jones, Greg - 49 Jones. Pennie - '10, '12, 78, 81, 89, 91. 97, 124 Joyce, Ellen - 66, '15, 84, 142 Joyce, Nancy - 70, 76, 77, 84, 86, 97. 8, 130 Justice, Mm. - 97 Kavanallgh. John - 57 , 139. 142 Keesler, Glenda - 2. 29, '18, 92, 136 Kelso, Brenda - 21, 25, 52, 81, 84, 85, 92. 94 142 Kelso, rem - 2, 21, 29, '13, 34. 92,136,137 Keniswn, Davia - az, 91, 136 Kennedyflohn - 21, ao, 51, 75.882, 130 Kerm, Dianne - 84. ss, 136 Keveren, Phillip - 2, 15, 49, 58, 82. 90, 91 136 Klein, Dennis - 130 ' Knapp, Roger - '15, 142 Knight. Dee -52. 84. 142 Knight. Robin - 124 Knudsen, Rex- 8, 46. 47, 58. 59. '75, 82, 124 Knudsen, Tana - 17, 18. 46, 47, 60, '75, 83 142 Koda, John -'49, 136 ' Kuwahara,'Chuck - 90, 91, 130 Kuwahara, Chris - 34, 35, '76, '78, 80, 136, 138 Kuwahra, Janis - 3. 4. 25. 27, 28, 31, 70, '18 '79, 83, 84, 91. 94. 130 Lamb, Suzanne - 186 lang, David - 98 Langmack, Colette - 124 Langmack, Colton - 48, 62, 142 Larson, Nancy - 89. 130 Laurance, Kathy - '75, 84. 92, 142 Lewis. Arnold. Mr, - 48, 82, 115, 117 Levis. Betsy - 60, 78. 83, 126. 130 Linville. Paul - 31, 75. 136 Llnville. Ralph - 130 Lindsey, Vera - 14.2 Maag. Brian - 17, 27, 58, 75, 82, 136 Mabey, Susan, Mn. - 31. 76, 108, 113. 115 MacFarlane. lim - 48. 5'7. 142 7 MacFarlane, Joni - 15. 66, '75, '78, 84, 85, 133 134, 136 Machado, Richard - 15, 58. 64, 140, 142 Martinez, Evelyn - 124 Martinez, Irene - 92. 136 Martinez, Sylvia - 92. 142 Maupin. Jim - 21, 34, 37, 48, 49, 54, 55, 56 64. 124 Mayhall, Kathy - 76, 124 McCallum, Greg - 48, 49, 124 McCallum, Lorna - 84, 136 McCauley, Peggy - 142 McGrath, Allen, Mr, - 100, 116 .McKenny, Carolyn - 5, 15, 23, 24, 25, 70, '16 78, 125 Malay, Bret - 2, 34, '10, 87, 88, 103, 125 Mclay, Steve - 57, 62, 88, 90. 142 McPheetem, Jeff - 105, 125 Meacham, Dindia - 81, 42 Meacham. Shane Medina, Joe - 7, 49. 64. 82, 125 Melendrez, Ben Melendrez, Menerva Mendiola, Joe - 136 Merchant. Darla - 142 Merchant, Melvin - 48, 136 Metcalf, Fritz - 48, 57. 136 Miles, Peggy, Mrs. - 116. 117 Miller, Mike - 75 Miller, Vickie Milleson, Diane - 84. 95, 136 Milslead. Peggy - 25, '12, 78, 84. 85, 92, 152 Miner, Rod - 58, 75, 82, 130 Mizuta, Todd- 48, 57. 64, 82, 134,136 Mooney, Bob - 13, 15, 24, 48, 49, 54, 55, 112, 125 Mooney, Dianne - 25, 29, 52. 60, 78, 85, 87, 92, 93. 94, 139. 142 Mooney, Ron - 2, 48, 49, 82, 103, 125 Moore, Dennis - 34, 37, 48, 57, 82, 134, 136 Moore, Doug- 21, 37, 48, 62. 63, 82, 104, 125 Moore, Johanna - 3, 4, 25, 27, 28. 40, '16, 78, 83, 34. 89, 130. 131 Moore, Keidl - 57, 142 Morcom. John - 58, 75, 130 Morcom, Mike - 48, 57, 64, 142 Morcom, Tom - 58, 82, 130 Morgan, Phil- 3. 38, 47, 58, 96, 101, 129, 130 Moss, Mary Ann - 12, 33, 62, 66, '70, 76, '78, 81, 83, 84, 96, 122, 125, 144 Murdock, Bill- 39, 57, 66, 90, 130 Murdock, Shamra - 84, 142 Musgrave, Deanna - 78, 84, 82, 127, 130 Nelson, Kathy - 86, 97, 125 Netcher, Diane - 18, 125 Netcher, Debbie - 33, 38, '12, 78, 84, 131 Netcher, Gerry - 32, 49, 57, 64, 82 . 131 Netcher, Karen - 66, '78, 84, Bi 136 Netcher, Steve - 4.8, 49, 125 Nishahara, Murray - 49, 58, 70, Nobljt, Kary - 62, 131 O'Brien. Pat - 75, 142 O'Neal, Brenda - 92, 142 82. 131. 144 Ozuna, Alfredo - 24, 87, 91, 94, 124, 127 'ozurialhmaro - 21, 142 Ortega, Tony - Page, Colleen, Mrs. - 80, 97, 113, 117 Pallet, Dave - '7,'34, 39, 58, 82 Palmer, Terri - 13, 1'7, 22, 24, 25, 30, 44, '73 '78, 84, 125, 145 Papwonh, Bill- 38, 66,,,'70, 90. 95, 106, 131- Papworth, Carol- 38, 66, '78, 84, 95, 136 Parker, Fred Paulsen, Dave - 15. 49, 82, 95, 110, 134, 136 Payne. Jeff - 60. 90, 106, 136 Perkins, Danny H 137 Perkins, David - 2, 3, '7, 12, 15, 27, 91, 93 1021. 103. 125 Perry, Chuck - 58. 66. '15, 82. 142 Peterson, Bob - 26, 58, 64, 127, 131 Peterson, Marcy - 2, 12, 66, '70, '78, 83. 84 86, 91. 93, 106, 145 Phillips. Ioe -,137 ' Philpot, Joe - 137 Philpot, Mike - 131 ,. 1 Phnpor, Party - 16. 3'1. '76, 63, 64, 125 Potter, Chris - '75, 142 Presley, Lynn - 1'7, 46, 47, '78, 83, 85, 133 137 Presley, Rob - 17, 49, 112, 125 Pugh, John - '7, 1'7, 24, 46, 4-'I, 58, 59, 62, 82, 100. 101. 125 Ray, Gordy - 46 ' Ray, Lori - 143 Recla, Gilbert - 66, 91, 133, 137 Reela, Linda - 18, 70, '76, 84, 86, 88, 9'7, 125 Rnmpel. Tammy - 17, 32, 361 '78, 83, B8,'95,128,.131 , 1 ' Rurusey, Dennis - 90, 143 ' V ' Rumsey. Jim - 49, 131 s.-rmuenon. Roy - 46, 110, 137 Sandberg, Craig - 48, '12, 143 , Sanderson, Becky - 84, 92, 131 Sandersongwarren - 126 Q ' - N Saundem, David - 461. 47, 62, '75, 82. 126 Seals. Debbie 7 Seals, wade - 48. 64 Seitz. Terry, Mr. - 87, 90, 116 Sealer, Greg - X Schaffer, Cindy - 40. '78, 84, 131, 132 Schaffeld, Mike - '1, ao. 48, 49. 54,255,164 82, 126 "' 7 ' Schroeder, Allan - 49, 62, 82, 110, 137 Schroeder, Kathy - 15, '70, 88, 128, 131 Shaver, Carl - '74, '75, 143 Shaver, Lorene - 126 Shearer, Bob - 21, 131 Skinner, Dana - 34, 35, '70, 576, 126 ' Skinner, Karen - 84. 87, 92, 105, 140, 143 Shirtliff. Helen, Mrs. - 94, 9'7, 118 Smit, Kevin - 48 Smith. Brad - 137 smnh, Danny - 51. 64, '15, 143 smnh, 1. R. - 46, 51. 62, 82,131 Smiths 'Man,e- Smith, Teri - '76, '78, 84, 92, 137 Souza, Sarah - 84, 143 Souza, Tim - 131 Souza. Vicki - 131 .N-16, 41, '70, '76 Feiswig, Kelly - '70, 91, 92, 93, 103, 131 " Rempel. Greg - 56, '15, 82. 137 Rempel, Merle 49, '75, 82, 106, 137 Rempel, Teri - '75,192, 103- 131 Renkauf , 144 Kristi - 25, '70, '72, '76, 84, 103, 131, Reynold Barb - 8, '76, 83, 84, 85, 103, 125 Reynolds, Shelly - '76, 78. 84, 92, 93-, 137 Reynolds, Steve - 34, 66, 70, 80, 88, 90, 125 Ritter, Mary - 84. 131 Roberts, Dodie - 84. 92, 143 Robertson, Ianie - 4, 12, 1'l. 21, 52, 53, 66 '78, 83, 84. 86, 93, 100, 125, 145 Rodriguez, Domingo - '75 spears, William, Mr. - 1'7, so, 101, 106. 116 spmrrnge. Aneen - 21, 40, 64. 131 Q Spurling. C5101 - 33. 126 Standage, Mary Ann, MIS. - 27, 52, 60, 113, 117 Srandage, Sandi - 29, 66, '78, 80, 90, 133, 137 Steiber, Stan - 15, 24, 66, '72, 95, 102, 126 Sroaks. Joyce -'18, '75, 143 stoner. Bob - 15. 143, 146 yyy M Sutherland. Melvin - '75, 143 Tamez, Rosa - 127, 131 Taylor, Kathy - Taylor. Joe - 9, 49, 58, 82, 137 Thomas, Karen - 52, 84, 92, 143 5 11 .1 X. W -of: 41 V! ,, f -- -, - Q Van Drew, Georgievh 1 4. ': Van Drexifg fghellyr 21. 11 1 Q Wallets, Carl - ,,, N 7 X wmoh. Ted - 126 1 1 A Weideman, sem - a, 115, 91, 105, 132 , Weideman, Fred - 30,"'75, 137 weideman, mb - 51, 143' ' 7 Whimker,,Connle - 18,143 1 ,',, vnqerkerg ",, Irene 7-'40, 11521897.1321 15 whine, cindy - '76, 86. 90, 138' 777 " White. Dave- '70, 126 wlmley. Jerry - 56, 168 Whitley, Llnda - 126 W11COX,JU8HiI3 ra, '16, 63. 84, as, 80,126 Wiloox,,'1'oxn 737.146, 625, '15, 62, 1382 W5 Q willmmsffoareu, Mr. .,- 7756. j68, 162156105 , 113, 117 , "1 wnkins, Dennle - 4. 34, ar. 52. 66, '78,f8S,1 64. 65. 133,,134, 138 Willden. Lysle - U , Willhoite, Mary, - 132 V, M Williarng, Dawn- 66,"78,3,g4', 135, 138 williami, Kaye - 66, '76,l.'78, 84. 92, 133255 1 , Williams. Iaye - 46, 62, ras ,A U williams. Peggy - 52. eo, '78, 284. 132.111 wnuams. may - '75, 133 , wilrnms, sem - 48.47, sv. 1341. 138- y , wi1son,narre1. Mx., 4 '13, '74, 1.1'7i1:, V . A wirwnirgodneyl- 21,' swf, 62,1"75, 166' 4 H31 , w1Lm.'Ronda - 91, 1381, ' 4 Winebarger, Virgil - '75, 143 , 1 Wolfe, Brian - '75, 143 A - , ' Yraguen, John - 2. 5, '7, 15, '21, ,31, 44, 48, 54, ss, 56. 64. 66. '10, 82.-101. 126 ' 7 Yraguen, Rick, - 3, "7.,21, V49","56, 64, 82, '81, 94, -1011511132 -- 7 ,, " 1 Zacariis. Jesse - " -. " Zacarias, Manuel - 46, '49, 51, 64, Zillig. Bonnie - 18, 52, 81, 34, 140, 143 , Zlllig. Tammy - 4. 15, 25, 28.70. '78, 83, 84, 126, 145 M , zrnreupgvid- 126 W yyy . ,J y Ziniejaul 'W 1 4 ' 1, 143 4,4 .I A N 1 M zuegargl John - 15. 81, 96, 91. 1126, 132 1 Zuegar, Phil - 126 ' , Zuegar, Ray - 98 Roff. Phiuis. Miss - 11, aa, 64. as, 66. 1165 Rodriguez. 101111 - 143 Thompson. Jen-y - 57, 64, 143 138 V, Romans, Karen - 2. 84, 37, 52, 53, 60, 78, S3 Tolman, Becky - 711, '13, 842103, 131 ,, V H 13.11. gm ,V H 64. 65. 92. ea. 94. 1a'1 rronmn. ray - 64, 123 ' 1 "1 . Roman. Nancy - 3. 4. 23. 24.25. 33, 78. 80 Tolman, Lori- '18, 89, 92, 97, 137 125, 145 Tolman, Mike 49, 64 Ros. Don - 49, 58. 82. 143 Tolman, Victor - 48, 58, 62, '75, 82, 143 Foss. Randy - 48, 82, 137 Towell, Doug - 30, 31, 58, '75, 82 RDSSL Corey-21. 131 , Town, Betty - 18, 33, 52, '70, '78, 84, 85, 86 , ,. Rossi, Sha1eAnn - 2, 6. 44, '18, 64. 92, 137 126 rrlll 1,,, , , y FDWBII, Kevin - 48. 58. '75, 82, 137 Trotter, David - '74, '75, 143 7 , . Roy, Penny - 84, '85, 89, 137 Trotter, James - 90, 132 Rumpel, Linda - 60, '78, 81, 84, 143 Tuttle, Iamie - '75, '76, 92, 137 1 If AGM, - . Y . ' :, 5 I 1 " :Cy ., '- J ., kj""L,7'.1Ef'7' - , 1 1 ,ig 1 1 . Y O N 11 mfg, D615 ' KW , !L611U'111f'f1f64i ., f- 111 44, -'-e ,QQQ 1 14,51 611,611 ' , ff , Q 1 , 71, x, LIU' h X' lf J 'GJ - 1.5714 1 1-4, " -Q. 71 fl X l ff - V ' ' 'J' I' X' ' ' 12 ...f My L-f 5- x kobkx r, 1, jf, ,1 EUR' 111741, 1 fix JA L44f11f67, QJJ 'Qf19!1'xJ 'ST' N ,U K k ' 'S 'C' JXWP1 ' Q 4 111 Y , I N' f 14' lv I, W 1 , I , 1. 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