Asotin High School - Panthers Purr Yearbook (Asotin, WA)

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Memories Are Forever 1977 Panther Asotin High School Asotin, Washington Volume 58 Co-Editor . . . Donna Earl Kathy Tuschoff Tammy Mullins Photographers . . . Ken Lee Carrie Mvrick Advisor . . . Mrs. Gail Scott Cover . . . Mr. Bill Anderson Staff . . . Eori Gambit Eorv Ifanchett Forrest Jenkins Ken Katzenl erger Miekie Marvel Diana Schnider I am Scott Teri B affle In Memoriam Robert S. Sargeant March 10, 1960 - June 9, 1977Asotin, Anuione Unite Board members, left to right: I. Hedt, G. Shaw, K. Ausman, G. Reed, D. Josephson, B. Luther. Standing: Faculty representatives A. Lang, Superintendent R. Riggs. Pictured below: Principal Raymond Norton, Superintendent Richard A. Riggs. Preparing for AHS's future was the 10 member School Board, formed when the Asotin and Anatone Districts consolidated in February of 1977. School Board members are Chairman Irvin Hedt, Vice Chairman James Pope, Gene Shaw, Keith Ausman, Duane Josephson, Betty Luther, Tom Appleford, Dean Ellis, Barclay Seibly, and Gene Reed. In 1979 the School Board will be condensed to five members. 2Asotin High School students would like to thank the citizens of Asotin County for their support in the past and for the future they have built for us. Our first school in Asotin was built in 1881 on 3rd St. The present high school, built in 1928, cost about $25,000. From 1899 through 1977, 1,133 students have graduated from the Asotin School District. On February 4, 1975, voters approved a $760,000 bond issue after it had failed the previous November, with $1,500,000 state funding. Cost of the new 41,650 square foot junior-senior high school complex, which will accommodate 300 students, is $2,225,000. The ground breaking ceremony was on May 26, 1976. Early in June of this year the old structure was torn down. Architect for the new school is Gerald Mosman of Gessel-Smith-Mosman in Walla Walla. General contractors are S.G. Morin Sons Inc., G.M. Mechanical Inc., and John's Electric Inc. Students moved into the Ag. Shop in December. The Asotin Junior-Senior High School will be completed for next fall's school term. 3Remember when . • • yon started a journey, A journey exploring yourself: the good times and the bad, the faees and the plaees, the wins and the losses, old friends and new faees, some friends you’ll never forget. So many memories that will live a lifetime— the noisy classrooms and noon hour the lockers that would never open. Trying to find ourselves • . • through the tears and laughter, the thinking that hurt. the constant battle with grades, the long awaited graduation and senior party, the class tournaments, the crowded radiators. And just good ol’ AHS.Another year has passed. Another change has taken place Upperclassmen gone, never to be the same. The underclassmen facing the terrible pain of growing up that haunted us all. At times we impatiently awaited the end of this year and our journey to be finished. But when we finished our journey, we were surprised to find that the place was the same, but we had changed. —Donna Earl Tori GambilTo Teach Is To Clockwise, from top right: Dottie Szendre, communications and science teacher, looks over her class as they take a test; Lester Spears, custodian, grins while he works; Dan Johnson, Ag. teacher, auctions off freshmen slaves; Bus drivers Harold Hough, Lee Earl, Marietta Scheibe, Virginia Collier, and Virginia Earl get ready to make the rounds. 10Learn Twice Clockwise, from top center: Custodian Carl Cox looks skeptically at the ladder; Lana Richardson, grade school secretary, proofs letter; Beve Cortner, superintendent's secretary, stamps envelopes; Librarian Kathi Meshishnek looks over books; Science teacher Alfred Rayburn proves that he can smile; Donna Baker, high school secretary, has a smile on her face as she works. 11Clockwise, from top left: Lavonne Urban, business teacher, laughs at a funny skit; Kathy Bremner watches over her P.E. class; Bill Anderson, art and P.E. teacher, schedules a football game for next year; Denice Strohmaier looks over test papers; Joanne Sargeant, Lois Tippett, and Iva Peer stop cooking long enough to have their pictures taken; Beverly Erickson, home economics, questions what her students are cooking. Center: Mike Burnet talks and conducts band at the same time. 12Clockwise, from top left: Annual and communications teacher Gail Scott dislikes having her picture taken; Alma Clouser, foreign language and communications teacher, tries to hide a smile from the camera; Assistant football coach Al Lang also teaches fifth grade; Brent Youlden, algebra and science teacher, watches the game from the bench; Asotin High School teachers put on a skit for Spirit Week; Basketball and baseball coach Don Detrick also takes time to teach social studies. 13At the End of Today And Eternity Ties DAVID WAYNE HANCHETT "De size of your hat ain't de measure of your brain." Chorus 2,3,4; Letter Club 4; Football 4. ESTHER MARIE JENKINS "Angels can fly because they take things lightly." Annual 3; Band 1,2,3; Chorus 1,2,3,4; Class Sec. 2; Drama 2; FFA 1,2,3, Rep. 4, FFA Judging Team 2,3,4; Girls' Club 1,2; Honor Society 2,3,4; Stu. Council 3; Girls' Basketbal scrkpr. 2; Who's Who Among American High School Students 3. DORIS LIN ELLIS "Goodness doesn't flash - it glows." Annual 2,3; Band 1,2; Chorus 2; Cheerleader 2,3; Class Pres. 1,3, V. Pres. 2, Sec. 2, Treas. 3; Drama 1; Drill Team 1; Honor Society 4, Paper 2; Stu. Council 1,3,4, Sec. 2; Basketball 1,2,3; Track 2; Masonic Jr. Achievement 3; Girls' State 3; Transfer from Anatone, WA. THOMAS PAUL BELLONI "I want what I want when I want it." Letter Club 3; Science Club 4, Football 3. The Class of '77 had a busy and successful year, raising approximately $890 in various money-making activities. Ten seniors took inventory at Midway Grocery in June and December, for a gain of $200. In October, the class catered a 4-H awards banquet, which netted them $250. December brought the annual woodcutting project, which mixed work with fun. Four and one half cords were cut and sold for a total of $180. Spring activities included liming the A, holding a senior workday, participating in the area Government Day, and hosting the senior dinner for seniors, their parents, and guests. It was held May 10 at Morgan's Alley in Lewiston. Twenty-six seniors graduated May 20 in Chief Looking Glass Park. The class colors were shades of green, and the class flowers were the daisy and baby's breath. Class officers were Bill Lee, vice-president; Tammy Mullins, secretary-treasurer; Tammy Spears, representative; and Kathy Tuschoff, president. Don Detrick was the class advisor. 14Lies Tomorrow, Just Beyond. CURTIS HARBOR SCHEELKE "He's living proof that work and play do mix." Band 1; Chorus 1; Class Rep. 1,2, V. Pres. 3; Honor Society 2,4, V. Pres. 3; Letter Club 1,2,4. Rep. 3; Paper 2,3, Editor 4 Science Club 3,4, Stu. Council 1,2,3, Pres. 4; Football 2,3, Coaches' Award 1, Captain 4. Masonic Jr. Achievement 3; Who's Who Among American High School Students 3; Football All-Conference Offense 3, Defense 3,4 High School All-American 4. GLENDA SUE BRIDGES "Put an idea in her head and you'll have it in a nutshell." Transfer from Arkansas. TRUDY LYNN HALSEY “Some people drive like tomorrow isn't worth waiting for!" Chorus 2,3,4; Drill Team 1; Girls' Club 1,2,3; Letter Club 3; PRO Club 2; Basketball 3. WILLIAM LINN LEE "I don't want to be a millionaire, I just want to live like one." Band 1,2; Chorus 1; Class Pres. 1, Rep. 3, V. Pres 4: Honor Society 2,3, Pres. 4; Letter Club 1,2, Rep. 3, Pres. 4, Paper 1, Science Club 3,4, Basketball 1,2; Football 1,2,3,4; Baseball 3; Track 1,3,4; Carnival Royalty 1; Boys' State 3; Masonic Jr. Achievement At. 3; DAR Good Citizen 4, Salutatorian 4. RANDELL HIRAM JOHNSON "Today's mighty oak is yesterday's little nut that held its ground." Band 1; Chorus 1; Class Rep. 1; Drama 3; Letter Club 1,2,3,4. Basketball 1,2,3, Most Inspirational 4; Football 4, Baseball 1,2; Track 1. TAMMY MARIE MULLINS "Daisies bloom where they find room, and this is true of Tammy too." Annual 3,4; Band 1; Cheerleader 2,3,4 Class Sec -treas. 4 Drama 3; Drill Team 1, FHA 4, Girls' Club 1,2,3; Letter Club 1,2,3,4; PRO Club 1,2,3,4, Basketball 1,2,3,4. Track 1,2,3,4, Carnival Royalty 2; Homecoming Royalty 2,4, Masonic Jr. Achievement Alt. 3; Girls' State Alt. 3. 15RODNEY BYRON HOSTETLER "All I want is less to do, more time to do it, and more pay for not getting it done." Band 1; Chorus 1; Class V. Pres. 1, Pres. 2,3, FFA 1,2, V. Pres. 3, Pres. 4, FFA Judging Team 1,2,3,4; Letter Club 1,2,3 V. Pres. 4; Science Club 3,4, Stu. Council V. Pres. 3, Basketball 1,2.3; Football 1,2,3,4, Track 1,2; J.V Football Award 1, FFA Star Greenhand 1, Chapter Farmer 2,3, Delegate to National Convention 4 LOR! GAYLE GAMBILL "My tastes are simple - I like the best." Annual 3,4; Chorus 1,2,3; FFA 1,2,3, Sec. 3; FHA 4: Girls' Club 1,2,3; Letter Club 3; PRO Club 2,3; Science Club 4, Baseball scrkpr. 2; Football manager 2. DONNA DEE EARL “I like the dreams of the future better than the history of my past." Annual 2, Ass't. Editor 3, Co-editor 4, Band 1; Chorus 3; Cheerleader 1,2,3,4, Drama 2.3 Drill Team 1, FHA 4; Girls' Club 3, Miss Inspirational 1, Sportsmanship 1; Honor Society 4; Letter Club 1,2,3,4, PRO Club 1,2,3,4; Science Club 4 Stu. Council 1.2,3,4; Basketball 1,2,3,4, Golf 3; Carnival Royalty 4, Who's Who Among American Hign School Students 3. TIMOTHY CARL PARKS "I love what I'm good at." Chorus 1; Letter Club 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1,2,3, Captain's Award 4, Football 1,2,3,4, Carnival Royalty 2. DOUG GERALD COMBS "Beware, I may yet do somethings sensational!" Letter Club 3; Basketball 3. KATHLYN MARIE TUSCHOFF "The test is easy if you know all the answers!" Annual 3, Co-editor 4; Chorus 1,2,3; Cheerleader 2; Class Sec. 1,3, Pres. 4, Drill Team 1,3, Captain 4. FHA Pres. 4, Girls' Club 1,2, Treas. 3, Miss Leadership 3; Honor Society 2,3,4; Science Club 2,4, Stu. Council Ass't. Treas. 3, Treas 4 Football statskpr 3,4 Basketball 2,3,4, Track 2,3,4, Carnival Royalty 1, Homecoming Royalty 3; Who's Who Among American High School Students 3; Masonic Jr. Achievement 3; Girls' State 3; Betty Crocker Family Leader of Tomorrow 4; Asotin's Jr. Miss 4 Valedictorian 4, Kiwanis Outstanding Senior 4; FHA Girl of the Year 4. 16TAMMY LYNN SPEARS "A person who is always punctual leads a lonely life, I'm never lonely!" Band 1; Chorus 1,3,4; Class Rep. 4 Drama 3; FHA 4, Girls' Club 1,2, Miss Sportsmanship 3, Paper 3, PRO Club 1,2,3, Stu. Council 4, Basketball 1,2, Most Inspirational 3,4, Track 1,2; Carnival Royalty 3. MARK EARLE AUSMAN 'Seeing is believing, but feeling is the truth." Band 1, Chorus 1,2; FFA 1,2,3,4, FFA Judging Team 1,2; Letter Club 1,2,4, V. Pres. 3; Science Club 4; Basketball 1,2,3,4 Football 1,3,4. Basketball 2, Carnival Royalty 3; Boys' State 3. JON RAYMOND SHELMAN "Imagination is more important than knowledge." Chorus 1,2,3,4; Football 1. KELLIE JO SAVAGE "Happy are those who dream dreams and are ready to pay the price to make them come true." Annual 2; Class Treas. 2; FHA Treas 4, Girls' Club 1,2, Pub. Chrm 3, Miss Sportsmanship 2; Letter Club 1,2,3,4, PRO Club 1,2,3; Science Club 4; Football statskpr. 3,4, Basketball 1,2,3, Coach's Award 4, Track 1, Coach's Award 3. LENNA KAY WILSEY "The road to success is marked with tempting parking spaces." Band 1; Chorus 1,2; Drama 1,2,3, Drill Team 1,2, Captain 3; FFA 2,3,4, FHA 4, Girls' Club 1,2,3; Letter Club 1,2,3; PRO Club 1,2,3; Stu. Council 2,3; Football statskpr. 3; Basketball 1. STEVEN LYDELL LEATHERBURY "It would be nice if all life's problems would hit me at 18 when I know everything." Band 1, Chorus 1,2,3; Letter Club 1,2,3;4, Paper 2; Basketball 1,2,3; Football 1,2,3 4, Baseball 4, Track 1,2; J.V Football Award 2, Mr. Football 4: All-Conference Defense 4 17REMEMBER WHEN... PERRY ALLEN BROTT "There's a difference between blazing a trail and burning up the road." Chorus 1,2; Class V. Pres. 2; FFA 1,2,3. V. Pres 4 FFA Judging Team 1,2,3,4, Letter Club 2,3,4, Basketball 2,3, Football 3.4, Baseball 2; Carnival Royalty 4, FFA Delegate to Nat'l. Convention 4 SANDRA GAY PRIOR "I get by with a little help from my friends." Band 1,2; Chorus 1,2,3; Drama 3; FFA 2.3.4, Girls' Club 1,2; Paper 3 DONNA JEAN DOWNS "I may have my faults, but being wrong isn't one of them." Chorus 1,2,3; Drama 1,2,3; Drill Team 1.2, Co-captain 3; Girls' Club 1,2,3; Letter Club 1,2; PRO Club 2,3; Basketball 1,2, Track 1. KYLE ROD SCHNIDER "If you hit a home run, you can walk around the bases." Chorus 1,2; FFA 1,2,3; FFA Judging Team 1,2; Letter Club 1,2,3,4, Science Club 2.3, Pres. 4; Basketball 2; Football 1,2,3,4, Baseball 1,2,4, Mr. Baseball 3. 18THESE are the faces of seniors In them are reflected the hopes fears, Laughter, tears; the memories Of warm secure days spent with families and friends, And the dreams of a dawning futureJ. Appleford E. Ausman D. Boyd J. Burlingame J. Ellis L. Evans D. Fitzgerald B. Frye L. Heifer L. Heifer L. Hoferkamp J. Keefer B. Larsen L. Lee L. Lodge L. Lodge A. McEachen L. McEachen M. Mummert R. Niemi. . . Juniors Sold SS Cards? A. Norton M. Personett R. Pride M. Robertson R. Sargeant K. Savage D. Schnider P. Scott D. Shaw W. Stucker C. Thieseen L. Tuschoff J. Vantrease T. Waffle D. Walk K. Weiss S. Wilkinson Junior Class officers, left to right: L. McEachen, representative; J. Appleford, vice-president; T. Waffle, president; J. Keefer, secretary-treasurer. 21... Sophomores Were“Blinded by the Light?” M. Marvel M. McCoy T. Mullins C. Myrick J. Simpson K. Thornton Sophomore Class officers, left to right: Janet Waeffler, representative; Darlene Schnider, secretary; Tracy Mullins, vice president; Toni Butner, president. J. Owens R. Van Pelt M. Parish J. Waeffler M. Rogers L. Waffle D. Schnider D. Weiss 23 ... Fresh] I I cn Were B. Barta K. Benedict B. Bosley D. Burlingame G. Collier K. Ellis 0. Evans D. Fitzgerald L. Frisbey M. Frisbey J. Gambill B. Greene S. Grinolds V. Hall L- Heifer K. Hendrickson M. Jenkins L. Johnson Freshman Class officers, left to right: D. Keefer, representative; L. Johnson, secretary; T. Scheelke, treasurer; M. Johnson, president; J. Gambill, vice-president. M. Johnson S. Johnson D. Keefer C. Leatherbury C. McCoy 25Students9 Dreams 26Come True Page 26, clockwise, from top left: Senior Bill Lee won the DAR Good Citizenship Award; Kathy Tuschoff, Bill Lee, and Doris Ellis represented Asotin at Boys' and Girls' State; Masonic Junior Achievement winners were Ad Norton (runner-up), Larry Lee, Lynnette McEachen (runner-up), and Teri Waffle; Laurie Tuschoff participated in the Centrum Foundation's poetry workshop at Port Townsend; Kathy Tuschoff was Asotin's Junior Miss, a semi-finalist at the state pageant where she won the Scholastic Achievement and Simplicity Sewing Awards, the Betty Crocker Leader of Tomorrow, and recipient of a $1000 National Honor Society scholarship; Lenna Wilsey placed first in the District 8 Make It with Wool Contest. Kathy Tuschoff, valedictorian, and Bill Lee, salutatorian, were also named the Kiwanis Good Citizens.Students Fight W inter Doldrums 28As the winter dragged on, the days were filled with many activities, such as the seniors changing the A in January and Spirit Week in February. On Jan. 27 the seniors (and the A) were limed with a new numeral 'll. Spirit Week came alive on Feb.7-11 with Cowboy, Logger, Raunchy Rughead, Valentine's and School Colors Days.AH$... Memories "AHS . . . Memories Are Forever" was selected as the theme for Homecoming '76 on Oct. 29. The Panthers faced Rosalia and won 16-12. Senior Tammy Mullins reigned as queen. Princesses were Joyce Keefer, Darlene Schnider, and Carolyn McCoy. Steve Leatherbury was chosen Mr. Football. They were crowned during halftime. The drill team also entertained at half-time to "Love Really Hurts without You." After the victory, the ASB and cheerleaders sponsored a dance with music by Azugi. Activities for the week began with Fantasy Day held on Tuesday. Demolish Rosalie Day highlighted Wednesday. Thursday was Raunchy Rughead Day and School Colors Day was Friday. 30Love . . . Ageless and Evergreen 32 This year's dances were highlighted by the Junior-Senior Prom, "Love . . . Ageless and Evergreen," on May 2. Thirty-five couples danced to the music of "Hot Cookies" in a bright green forest setting. Dogpatchers danced to the theme of "Paper Moon" and the music of the Seidels at the annual Sadie Hawkins dance Dec. 11. "Blinded by the Light" was the theme and orange, red and yellow lighthouses provided the setting for the freshman-sophomore Morp March 5. The music was by the Seidels.Drama Stages "Hillbilly Weddin’ ” This year's 22-member Drama Class spent the last tri-mester of the year working on their production of "Hillbilly Weddin'." The play was about a hillbilly family's dispute over which of the three oldest girls was to be married first and who they all would marry. The group's advisor was Mrs. Gail Scott. 33Fair and Warmer Temperatures rose to over 90 degrees during the Asotin County Fair April 28 - May 1, but AHS students still managed to take home several impressive awards. Students cleaned the town Wednesday before the fair got under way. FHA members donated their time for the Cowboy Breakfast which started at 4:30 Saurday morning. Also on Saturday, the AHS Drill Team marched in the parade. Teri Waffle, a junior, reigned as princess over the festivities and will promote the fair as she visits other surrounding rodeos and fairs throughout the year.FAIR AWARDS Rod Hostetler - Overall Livestock Judge; Top Swine Judge Greg Austrian - FFA Senior Swine Fitting and Showing; Henderson Sweepstakes Betty Gatherer - FFA Senior Steer Fitting and Showing Tracy Mullins - Reserve Champion Lamb Tammy Mullins - Top Lamb Judge; 4-H Senior Fitting and for Lambs Forrest Jenkins - Top Horse Judge Jim Mullins - 4-H Senior Swine Fitting and Showing Mark Ausman - FFA Reserve Fitting and Showing for Swine Wayne Stucker - Steer of Merit Mickie Marvel - Senior Model, Dress Revue; Wool Trophy 35Hostetler 1st in State Back row: Forrest Jenkins, sentinel; Esther Jenkins, reporter; Daniel Johnson, advisor. Front row: Teri Waffle, secretary; Rod Hostetler, president; Perry Brott, vice-president; Wayne Stacker, treasurer. 36From the beginning of the year to the end, the Asotin Chapter of FFA was always ahead. The big jump at the start was when Rod Hostetler qualified for the state livestock judging team. With Perry Brott going as a delegate from Asotin, they made their way to Kansas City, Mo., in November to judge against the rest of the nation's teams. While there, Hostetler proved to be one of the top livestock judges in the U.S. and the Number One judge in Washington. Activities of the FFA included numerous good showings at livestock judging contests, third place in a horse judging contest, a fund raising breakfast and public relations sale of apples. At the Asotin County Fair, they walked away with senior division Beef Showmanship, Reserve and Grand Champion in Swine Showmanship and the overall showman award, the Henderson Sweepstakes, of the fair.38 Standing, left to right: Viola Hall, historian; Joyce Keefer, president; Tracy Mullins, vice president; Lorrie Thiessen, parliamentarian. Seated: Darlene Schnider, secretary; Toni Butner, treasurer; Lori Waffle, publicity chairman; Lesli Johnson, representative.FHA Paves the Way Right: FHA officers from top to bottom are Kathy Tuschoff, president; Belinda Larsen, vice president; Annette McEachen, secretary; Kellie Savage, treasurer; Tracy Mullins, representative. „. c 'C'W: 7 TInpJ VaI a-AJ p- a A. President Kathy Tuschoff headed the newly established Future Homemakers of America chapter, formed when the Girls' Club was declared discriminatory. A national organization for both boys and girls, FHA sponsored big sisters, a recognition tea on May 10, the Sadie Hawkins dance, and guardian angels. Members also took children out trick-or-treating, went Christmas caroling, sold apple cutters, gave a presentation for Clarkston's home economics classes, and sponsored a March of Dimes film on birth defects. Several members attended a regional meeting in Spangle and a recognition day in Waitsburg. Advisor Beverly Erickson, Joyce Keefer, and Tracy Mullins participated in the state convention in Ellensburg in April. Girls voted Kathy Girl of the Year. 39Officers from both Anatone and Asotin High Schools merged to make Student Council stronger. The Anatone officers were also made honorary members. Preparation of two Christmas food baskets, a Christmas dance, record hops after games, and a town clean-up before the fair were activities headed by ASB. The Council also sponsored the appearance of a trick basketball shooter at a special assembly in April. ASB officers, left to right: Curt Scheelke, president; Belinda Larsen, publicity chairman; Annette McEachen, assistant treasurer; Joyce Keefer, secretary; Kathy Tuschoff, treasurer; and Larry Lee, vice president. 40Clubs Provide Leadership Alma Clouser served as advisor for the 13-member Honor Society and helped arrange pie sales and cake raffles for money-making projects. Billy Lee and Curt Scheelke received local Honor Society scholarships, and Kathy Tuschoff was recipient of a $1,000 National Honor Society scholarship. The club also held an induction assembly in April with Dr. John Nydeggar as guest speaker. Members and parents attended a dinner at the Elks Club in the evening. Officers, back row: Bill Lee, president; Annette McEachen, representative; Belinda Larsen, vice president. Front row: Joyce Keefer, treasurer; Lynnette McEachen, secretary. 41Campers Brave Clements A camping trip to Little Butte highlighted this year's activities for Science Club. The campers were faced with cold March weather, frozen feet and chapped lips, but everyone enjoyed it. The group was accompanied by their advisor Alfred Rayburn and Karen Belloni. The 18-member group also attended a science fair earlier in March in Lewiston. A ham and turkey raffle, held at Christmas time, netted $103.25.Forever CVCI and ever . . . Are Memories Forever? The paper and annual staffs think so. The 15-member paper staff, headed by Larry Lee and Curt Scheelke, worked diligently to publish the bi-weekly PANTHER PAUSE. Typists were Joyce Keefer and Lynnette McEachen. Co-editors Donna Earl and Kathy Tuschoff, along with the class advisor, Mrs. Gail Scott, supervised while the PANTHER staff's 11 members hurried to meet deadline on their 88-page yearbook. Staff photographers were Kenny Lee and Carrie Myrick.the Music” Fall and spring concerts performed for the public and an informal program for AHS students in April kept the chorus and band busy for the year. The chorus group also took time out to listen to the Spokane Symphony Orchestra at Clarkston High School. Mike Burnet directed the 26-member choir and AHS band.Drill Team Catches Clockwise, from top left: 1. Drill Team dazzles 'em at District. 2. "Love Machine" is a hit! 3. Jingle bells ring in "Santa Claus is Coming to Town." 4. S.W.A.T. -military style! 5. Girls boogie to "Boogie Fever."“Boogie Fever” N Front row: M. Marvel; T. Mullins; M. Robertson; K. Savage; L. Tuschoff; M. Myrick; R. Van Pelt; T. Butner, co-captain. Standing: M. Frisbey; K. Tuschoff, captain; B. Caldwell; K. Guenther, representative; L. McEachen, secretary-treasurer; J. Owens; J. Waeffler; L. Heifer. Top: K. Peer. "She's got the Boogie Fever!" exclaimed one spectator after watching the 1977 Drill Team perform at District basketball tournaments in Pullman in February. The Homecoming routine, "Love Really Hurts Without You," was also performed. These routines, along with three others, were brought back from a Drill Team camp which six members attended in the summer. The other titles were "December of x63," "S.W.A.T.," and "Love Machine." A Christmas routine to "Santa Claus is Coming to Town" was also performed at the St. John Christmas Tournament in December. Marching in the Asotin County Fair parade finalized the performances for the girls. Money-making projects for the group were cupcake sales, sponsoring a record hop, and putting on a movie for the grade school. Funds were used to give partial campships to girls to attend the same camp during the summer of 1977. The girls also acquired a new outfit of purchased T-shirts and shorts which they made. Mrs. Kathi Meshishnek served as advisor for the 17-member group. 47Kcw Athletic After a federal ruling went into effect in the fall prohibiting discrimination between boys and girls in the school systems, Asotin formed the Athletic Club by combining Lettermen's Club and GAA. Activities which the club sponsored included the annual school carnival on Nov. 3 which grossed $824.67 and two Asotin-Clarkston coaches' basketball games. The proceeds were split, with each school receiving $90. Athletic Club advisor was Donald Detrick. Athletic Club officers, front row: Rod Hostetler, vice president; Lynnette McEachen, Athletic Council representative. Middle row: Bill Lee, president; Annette McEachen, secretary. Top row: Darlene Schnider, Student Council representative; Tom Fitzgerald, Athletic Council representative. 48Club Formed 1976 Carnival Royalty: Sophomores Mike Rogers and Julie Owens; Eighth graders Jeff Hodson and Peggy Brott; Freshmen Tom Scheelke and Melinda Frisbey; Seniors Perry Brott and Donna Earl; Juniors Robert Sargeant and Cheri Thiessen. 49“WcVc Got Enthusiasm "Well razz 'em, well dazz 'em, we've got enthusiasm!" was this year's motto for the AHS cheerleaders. The varsity squad was made up of Donna Earl, Tammy Mullins, Joyce Keefer, and Belinda Larsen who all attended the World Cheerleading Conference last summer at Ellensburg. They set up two successful Spirit Weeks and a routine with the JayVees for the basketball banquet. The girls sold pickles and smashed aluminum cans for moneymaking projects. They also made new jump suits for football season and a shirt for Coach Anderson. The Junior Varsity cheerleaders were Darlene Schnider, Tracy Mullins, and Mickie Marvel. Mascots Lori Lodge and Toni Butner put in their share of the spirit. Advisor for the girls this year was Ms. Kathy Bremner. 50Panthers Make Xcw Tracks After a hard afternoon practice, Coaches A. Lang, J. Shaw, D. Detrick and B. Anderson head for the barn. Top, front row: Mgrs. J. Sargeant, D. Keefer. Second row: V. Schnider, A. Norton, R. Fred, J. Mullins, S. Vantrease, B. Lee, C. Scheelke, D. Shaw, K. Katzenberger, M. Rogers. Third row: Coach B. Anderson, S. Grinolds, J. Appleford, D. Fitzgerald, F. Jenkins, D. DePaulo, M. Ausman, E. Earl, R. Hostetler, T. Parks, Coach D. Detrick. Fourth row: J. Vantrease, G. Ausman, J. Burlingame, C. Leatherbury, D. Walk, T. Scheelke, T. Fitzgerald, E. Spears, L. Lee. Fifth row: M. Lawen, D. Hanchett, K. Weiss, D. Fitzgerald, R. Johnson, P. Brott,S. Leatherbury, K. Schnider, E. Ausman. Back row: Coaches A. Lang, J. Shaw, R. Hunt. 52Clockwise, top left: D. Fitzgerald breaks away for a gain; Football spirit!; F. Jenkins struggles for a few yards; D. Fitzgerald and R. Johnson contemplate Panther progress; Onward, men!; Asotin offense readies for battle; Team works hard in game preparation. « RiT: ■ i senior stars Row 1: MARK AUSMAN, PERRY BROTT, DAVE HANCHETT, ROD HOSTETLER Row 2: RANDY JOHNSON, STEVE LEATHERBURY Row 3: BILL LEE, TIM PARKS, CURT SCHEELKE, KYLE SCHNIDER 54Reflections The 1976 Panther football season was one of much improvement, hard work and high spirits. The team set nine new records and tied one old record while in the process of producing a 3-5 season. Asotin turned out two all-conference players, Steve Leatherbury and Curt Scheelke. Scheelke also received High School all-American honors. The Coaches' Award was acquired by Jerry Vantrease, and Kyle Schnider was the recipient of the wall chart for making the most tackles in the season. The Captain's Award was won by Scheelke, and the Most Inspirational Award was earned by Leatherbury. When asked about the past season, Coach Bill Anderson said, "Although the record didn't show it, we had a very good season by the statistics." Statisticians for the season were Kellie Savage and Kathy Tuschoff. The managers for the season were Jim Sargeant and Dean Keefer.So Close But ¥et So Far Away Asotin 31 Potlatch 30 Asotin 20 Dayton 23 Asotin 35 Kahlotus 13 Asotin 19 Prescott 22 Asotin 45 DeSales 26 Asotin 42 Touchet 22 Asotin 22 Dayton 30 Asotin 43 Kahlotus 26 Asotin 43 Prescott 21 Asotin 30 DeSales 27 Asotin 24 Potlatch 39 Asotin 44 Touchet 16 Sub-District Tournament Asotin 32 Pomeroy 33 Varsity, standing, from left to right: Tammy Spears, Donna Earl, Coach Bremner, Darlene Schnider, Tammy Mullins, Marilyn McCoy, Kellie Savage, Kathy Tuschoff, Tracy Mullins, Joyce Keefer, and Carrie Myrick. Kneeling: Kirsten Savage, Annette McEachen, Lynnette McEachen, and Lori Lodge. 56The girls' basketball team came within one point of making its goal to district. Pomeroy defeated Asotin 33-32 in the sub-district playoff January 31. The "A" squad team record was 8-5, while the "B" squad had a 14-2 season. Coach Kathy Bremner was assisted by AHS Alumna Sheri Guenther. Season scorekeeper was Mickie Marvel, statistician was Cheri Thiessen, and team managers were Pam Scott and Renee Olsen. 5758Junior varsity, standing, from left to right: Tracy Mullins, Carolyn McCoy, Kathi Guenther, Helen Belloni, Shari Prior, Viola Hall, Coach Bremner, Julie Owens, Betsy Barta, Marci Johnson, Sena Johnson, Sandy Cox, Rozella VanPelt. Kneeling: Lareese Heifer, Melinda Frisbey, Kay Benedict, Carrie Myrick, Michelle Myrick, Toni Butner. 59Iloundballers Compile 14-8 Record Left to right: Coach Bill Anderson, Tim Parks, Larry Lodge, Jeff Appleford, Ed Ausman, Jim Ellis, Randy Johnson, Wayne Stucker, Greg Ausman, Jerry Vantrease, Mark Ausman, Larry Lee, Coach Don Detrick. Kneeling: Manager Malcolm Jenkins. 60Left to right, front row: Byron Ellis, Steve Vantrease, Jim Mullins, Randy Fred, Vernie Schnider. Back row: Bill Anderson, Ed Spears, Tom Fitzgerald, Joe Burlingame, Chris Floch, Les Frisbey, Dale Floch, Don Detrick. After an exciting season of basketball, the Panthers came out with the best season since 1971 with a 14-8 record. Randy Johnson led in rebounds and points at 237 and 287, respectively. Tim Parks led in assists with 67. Asotin placed second in the Blue Mountain League and earned a berth in the District B playoffs at Pullman, Washington, Feb. 21-22. At the awards banquet in March, Johnson received the Most Inspirational Award, while Parks earned the Captain's Award. Coaching the season were Don Detrick, Bill Anderson and Brent Youlden. Malcolm Jenkins and Jim Sargeant were managers. Keeping score for the Panthers were Annette McEachen and Carrie Myrick.62Left: Good shot, Kenny!; Center left: R. Johnson prepares for game; Center: Scorekeepers A. McEachen and C. Myrick watch with suspense; Center right: Coach D. Detrick gives pre-game talk. 6364Panthers Tie for 1st66Despite many errors throughout the season, the Panther baseball team put up a tough fight and tied for first place with Prescott in the Blue Mountain League. The boys compiled a 16-13 record. The team was coached by Don Detrick and Bill Anderson. Dean Keefer was the manager and statistician. 67iTracksters in District Meet Asotin's track team had a successful season, qualifying for four events at the district meet in Moscow where the girls placed fourth in the 440 and 880-yard relays. At the Asotin Invitational Meet, AHS's boys captured first place with the girls coming in second. Both teams won second-place berths at another home meet. Coaches were Kathy Bremner and Brent Youlden. Kathy Tuschoff and Bill Lee were named Most Inspirational. Back row, left to right: Brent Youlden, Janet Waeffler, Darlene Schnider, Kathy Tuschoff, Tammy Mullins, Marilyn McCoy, Kay Benedict, Toni Butner, Ms. Kathy Bremner. Second row: Bruce Stovall, Wayne Stucker, Joe Burlingame, Dan Walk, Ad Norton, Bill Lee. Front row: Carolyn McCoy, Marcy Parish, Carrie Myrick. 69Spring's individual sports were headed by the junior-senior high golf team. Golfers participated in 18 matches, winning five. The group, coached by Ray Norton, golfed from March to May at the Clarkston Country Club every night after school. Other individual sports activities included a lifetime sports class where members participated in such games as tennis, softball, volleyball and ping pong and a physical fitness class which involved weight lifting, crosscountry, running, sprints and other training activities. Mike Burnet and Bill Anderson taught the classes. High school golfers, clockwise from top left: Dan Weiss, Mike Rogers, Randy Fred, Jim Simpson, Ed Ausman, and Larry Lee. High school golf team, back row, standing: Ed Ausman, Jim Simpson, Dan Weiss, Mr. Norton. Kneeling: Larry Lee, Randy Fred, Mike Rogers. Golf Heads Junior high golfers, back row: Mr. Norton, Steve Scheibe, Rob Baker, Mark Hanchett, Dennis Hough. Front: Gary Wiemer, Crystal Keefer, Renee Olsen, Scott Marvel.Individual SportsTrophy winners, clockwise, from top right: Jerry Vantrease, football's Most Improved Player; Kellie Savage, basketball's Coach's Award, and Tammy Spears, Most Inspirational (Not pictured: Marilyn McCoy, Most Valuable Player); Tim Parks, basketball's Captain's Award, and Randy Johnson, Most Inspirational; Curt Scheelke, Mr. Baseball and Most Inspirational, and Joe Burlingame, Most Inspirational; Curt Scheelke, football's Captain's Award, and Steve Leatherbury, Most Inspirational Player. 72We Couldn’t Have Done It Without you! Asotin's extra-curricular programs would not have been as successful as they were without the support of the Panther Boosters. With Bob Mosher's leadership, the group donated two $100 scholarships to Honor Society members Curt Scheelke and Bill Lee, planned the sports awards banquets, sponsored a breakfast to send two FFA representatives to Kansas City, and supported through advertising the special school uniforms, a sled for football, and movie film for both football and basketball games. Thursday night Bingo provided most of the Boosters' income. The group purchased an $800 machine for the weekly game, with Peggy Fitzgerald as chairman. We owe our thanks to the members of the Boosters. Other officers are Les Spears, vice president, and Jessie Myrick, secretary-treasurer. 73HAROLD'S CHEVRON Compliments of John Lyden and Don Moore 4-10 DRIVE-IN "Home of the Curly Spuds Clarkston KRUEGERS O.K. Car Market New and Used Cars 1224 Bridge Street Phone: 758-5551 FREDA'S CRAFT SHOP MACRAME CANDLE DREAMDOLL SUPPLIES 836 6th Street Clarkston, Wash. Asotin PIONEER INSURANCE AGENCY KENT JONES REALTY DAVE'S BODY AND PAINT SHOP COMPLETE COLLISION REPAIR 24-HOUR TOWING 3rd AND DIAGONAL CLARKSTON, WA phone: 758-6391 night: 758-3369 e J eni FLOOR COVIIINS PHONt (5041 7M SS40 UNIQUE DECORATIVE CENTER JOHN RIMMELS PACHE R 840 SIXTH ST. VALLEY REAL ESTATE .HOMES . RANCHES . COMMERCIALS CLARKSTON, WA 99403 922 6th st. CLARKSTON, WA 758-2534 Kent Jones phone! Asotin (509) 758-8771 CHUCK CASSELL 758-6357 74SHARP'S Shakes Burgers Fries 518 Bridge St. — Clarkston 21st Street — Lewiston ❖ ❖ ❖ COAST TRADING COMPANY inc GRAINS • FEEDS TRUCK RAIL Barge Peas—Lentils Processing—Storage 208-746-0174 Ted and Donna's MIDWAY GROCERY Asotin, WA Rainier Bank Port of Lewiston Asotin, WA MACS CYCLE 700 BRIDGE STREET CLARKSTON , WN. Harold Vaughn Insurance 914 6th Street Clarkston, WA Phone: 758-2222 TOM SMITH'S TR IUM PH — KAWASAKI SKI-DOO SNOWMOBILES "Where Friends Meet" 9026 6th Street Clarkston, WA. 75RESTAURANT Clarkston, WA ICaurrr X JAN'S SALON CLEMANS ADDITION, WASH. HmmihIIwk 748 6th street CLARKSTON , WA JERRY D. GILBERT MANAGER REED'S TRUSTWORTHY HARDWARE SCHWINN SALES AND SERVICES 829 D Street Lewiston. Idaho 743-6567 fawS DRUGS 800 6th Street Clarkston, Washington LEE MORRIS COMPANY HOME OWNED DEPARTMENT STORE FOR OVER FIFTY YEARS11 844 6th st. CLARKSTON, WASHINGTON 76PAYLESS MEAT MARKET "styling is our business" LOCKER BOXES 4th and diagonal CLARKSTON, WA SWISS STYLING SALON 1348 13th st. GATEWAY INN OPEN 6 l.m. to 9 p.m. WEEKLY 7 a.m. to 9 p.m. SUNDAY SALAD BAR: 5 p.m. - 9 p.m. FISH SMORGASBORD: 5 p.m. - 9 p.m. Friday SMORGASBORD: NOON- 9 p.m. Sunday 758-6717 CLARKSTON, WA PHONEJ 758-6471 BARRELS OF CHICKEN TO GO WATCH, CLOCK AND JEWELRY REPAIR SPECIALIST SEIKO WATCH HEADQUARTERS TIME SHOP 848 MAIN LEWISTON, ID 83501 BEN WARD, OWNER phone: 743-0921 Phone: 243-4222 - Asotin, Washington COMPLIMENTS OF ASOTIN TELEPHONE CO. SUBSIDIARY OF TELEPHONE and DATA SYSTEM, INC. ASOTIN, WA ADAMS PHARMACY PAYLESS GROCERY, INC. OPEN EVERY DAY 7:30 a.m. — 11:00 p.m. FRIDAY and SATURDAY 7:30 a.m. — 12:00 p.m. 4th and Diagonal Clarkston, WA B.J. BRIDALS 'N F0RMALS DOWNTOWN LEWISTON MALL Not pictured Mark Ausman AHS TWELVE-YEAR SENIORS Formals, Wedding Gowns, Bridesmaid Dresses, Lingerie, Mother of the Bride 77Sales—Service— Parts DISCOUNT VACUUM Phone: 743-6352 Obert Salhus 301 Main Street Lewiston ARMY-NAVY OUTDOOR STORE 2214 EAST MAIN LEWISTON, IDAHO Western Wear for the Family Western English tack Lewiston. Idaho LEWIS and CLARK SAVINGS and LOAN ASSOCIATION (509) 758-5501 303 Diagonal Clarkston Member FS LIC Federal Savings Loan Insurance Corp. Your Savings Insured to $40,000 One day trip up the Snake River by jet boat through Hell's Canyon located 30 miles by road up the Snake from Clarkston Departure time 8 OO am from Heller Bar return approaimately 4 30 The 32 Imnaha .s the fastest U S coast guard inspected vessel on the Snake River Cost $30 for adults children under 75 pounds half fare Restaurant and overmte facilities at Hellei Bai For the trip bring your lunch or buy groceries at our lodge Hunting and fishing trips7 Inquire RT. 4 BOX 2a ASOTIN, WA (509) 243-4499 WALLY and MYRNA BEAMER 78Conservation of energy is responsible citizenship THE WASHINGTON WATER POWER COMPANY VALLEY STATIONERY CASH'S PLUMBING and HEATING Office Supply Stationery 903 6th Street Earl Cash Clarkston Dick Dollermore (509) 758-3011 Congratulations Class of 'll 758-3391 SCHURMAN'S HARDWARE VOROUS COMPANY (BUD VOROUS) SMALL ENGINE REPAIR TORO LAWNMOWERS % 801 6th Street Clarkston. Washington CLARKSTON OFF. 15091 7SB-3359 ANATONE PLANT (509) 243-4497 MOBILE PHONE LEWISTON JS46Q73 STEVE FOREDYCE BRANCH MANAGER 929 6th street CLARKSTON, WASHINGTON phonej PL 8-2851 CONGRATULATIONS DON SLY Class of 'll Hearing Aid COMPLIMENTS of Specialist Mr. and Mrs. Mel Witters 733 5th Street and Clarkston family 758-6-41 iM In PARMERS p a bqx SQ ASSOCIATION CLARKSTON. WN. 99401 LYNDEN FARMS INC O R PQ R A TE O M AR K E T. N G DIVISION 79CONGRA TULA T ONS CLASS OF 1977 THE EMPLOYEES OF CCI-SPEER OPERATIONS, OMARK INDUSTRIES WISH TO EXTEND THEIR HEARTIEST CONGRATULATIONS TO YOU, THE CLASS OF 1977. WE WISH YOU EVERY SUCCESS IN REALIZING YOUR FUTURE PLANS AND AMBITIONS. OMARK INDUSTRIES ROGERS PONTIAC, INC. SALES and SERVICE Rich Rogers, OWNER CLEARWATER BEVERAGES INC Lewiston. Idaho PHONE: (208) 743-5577 Lewiston, Idaho "Beautiful Music for Beautiful People” Bob O'Dell 758-3346 Manager MUSIC CITY CLARKSTON Baldwin • Hammond • Kimball Wurlitzer Pianos and Organs 920 6th Street Clarkston, WA 80BOB'S T.V. AND BICYCLE REPAIR 829 6th street 758-2060 CLARKSTON AUTO SALES "for good, dependable USED CARS, SEE BILL." INLAND METALS Heating and Air Conditioning P.0. Box 128 SERVICE ALL MAKES OF T.V.-BLACK AND WHITE AND COLORED BICYCLE SALE AND REPAIR 1292 BRIDGE ST. CLARKSTON, WA 758-3081 Clarkston. Washington Phone: 758-2544 Things Glow Better With CL CEE HOME IMPROUEMENT CENTER INC. 1715 IDAHO LEWISTON,ID (208) 746-1378 81unin COLLIER BREA AG SERVICE Asotin, WA Next to Marvel Mercantile Fertilizer and Chemicals PMS Liquid Feed Supplement Lee Earl Business: 243-4103 Area Manager Home: 243-4312 523 1 2 MAIN STREET LEWISTON, IDAHO ASOTIN SERVICE Mechanic Repairs Starters Generators Rebuilt Lawn Mowers Small Engines Dick Hollenbeck Ph 243-4622 Res 243-4218 U-DRIVE-THRU HOWARD GUENTHER 2021 IDAHO LEWI STON, IDAHO MARK MEANS COMPANY FOR YOUR CHEMICAL AND FERTILIZING NEEDS LEWISTON, IDAHO Craigmont, Idaho Reubens, Idaho Clarkston, Washington THE WOP SHOP Food and Dairy Carry-out Dinners WE DELIVER Italian, Mexican, American Food 758-7661 Clarkston, WA 1719 15th AVENUE - LEWISTON IDAHO 83501 PHONE 743-3909 82ASOTIN COUNTY CHIROPRACTIC ASSOCIATION 'Better Health Through Chiropractic' VALLEY BOOK ilr 5th. DIAGONAL VOLLEY BOOK MEMBER E.D.I.C. 758-2584 Home Owned SERVING ALL YOUR BUSINESS NEEDS CHINESE AND AMERICANPDDT TAYLOR'S OWNER S PERSONAL service" We're Famous for Steaks" PL 8-2082 KAIULANI COCKTAIL LOUNGE Live Music Dancing Nightly Michael, Carol Lee SMORGASBORD Saturday 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. Banquets Parties Hours 4 p.m. to 3 a.m. Orders to Take Out PL8-2809 Kaiulani Cocktail Lounge PL8-7262 or PL8-2862 Clarkston, 613 SYCAMORE CLARKSTON tFE J tfT £ LMTERN McGUIRE AGENCY REAL ESTATE WASHINGTON-IDAHO 758-5001 917 6th ST. CLARKSTON, WA PUT A TIGER IN YbUR TANK.!' 83Asotin High i; Drama Gas.- prc cnt» '-1° « tomeJy in fhr«« act n edn« dMy n«v || ?:30j « ' I liotin Grade School SCHOOL BUS I REMEMBER...85868788

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