Seven Oak Middle School - Spartans Yearbook (Lebanon, OR)

 - Class of 1970

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Neil Purkerson Theresa Schmidt Donny Pemberton Karen Kogee Carolyn Ford Julie Scheele Gllendo Davenport lVice-Pres. BCI Pom Foster Mary Ellen Glllett Sherry Kugee Modelyn Fitziohn Janet Coddington Steve Collins Foith Horvey Willie Hess Bill Woodworth lPresidenf 8Cl Leslie Allen Kathy Hayden Tim Oreiner Jennifer Walter lllepresentcitive Rick York Karen Houck George Wetherell Potty Fritz ' Gary Hcilvorson Jim Jensvcld John Hessevick Dana Zipse Ken Knapp Nick Ward lPresident 8Dl argl mtlh Grad K AL 5 9 lv 1:1 Q 'lb L l x ,J- 9 if-, W " ri- F' I .il aw..

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I, Dan Pemberton, will to Randy Wells my ability to fight with the girls, hoping he can win more battles than I did. I, Robbie Newbigging, will my ability to stay on the bad side of my history teacher to Rose- mary Fleury and David Mercer. I, Gay Smith, will to Sheree Frame my ability to keep my locker clean. I, Leslie Allen, being of sound mind, will to Walter Griffiths my tuba in hopes he can play it as well as I did. I, George Wetherell, will to Jeri Brown my ability to play the baritone as well as I did in the eighth grade. I, Faith Harvey, will my skillful art of being able to have the universal gym dropped on my toe to Ricky Whitehead, so he won't have to go on wishing he could limp around to get out of P.E. I, Ken KnClPP, will to Jay Goold my great and wonderous ability of beautifully styling my hair in such a manner that it sticks out in a crowd. I, Madelyn Fitziohn, sorrowfully bequeath my traditional will of having the mad ability to go from Monday through Friday with only three changes of boyfriends to Colleen Gerig. This coveted will was handed down by Pat Wilson to Christy Eeds, from Christy to Gayle Carpenter, and from Gayle to me. l, Cory Metcalf, hereby will my masculine physique and graceful art of sitting on the warm- up bench during a basketball game for two years in a row to Harold Shannon.. E I, Sheri Starr, will all my freckles to Ron Dirks in hopes that he keeps them as noticeable as I. I, Debbie Argo, will my good ole P.E. socks to Lori Nesbitt in hopes she gets as much use out of them as I did. I, Donnie Wagoner, will to Marilyn Hodson and Mike Johnson my cute baby blue eyes. I, Alan Wood, will my unfinished assign- ments to Tom Kingsley and Layton Pace hoping they will find time to complete them. I, Tim.Standley, will to Roger Slyter and Per- ry Haskett my ability to miss at least one-half of the school- year. I, Carolyn Ford, will my cool nickname, "Wiggles", to Becky Pemberton. I, Theresa Schmidt, will my ability of growing V,-inch fingernails to Bridget McGrory. I, Bill Woodworth, am giving my ancient kissing license which Connie Bilyeu will to Mike Lynch, who willed it to John Hammond, and he in turn willed it to Vicki McCallie, who willed it to Ron I-Iauck, then Ron willed it to Laura Whit- comb, who so willingly willed it to Dan Williams, who later willed it to me. I regretfully give it up to Bryan Bradley in hopes that he will use it more than I did. lTruly 'tis very usefull. I, Gary Halverson, being of sound mind, do hereby will my honorable position as "most hated boy" by all the girls to Ralph Egner in hopes that he can carry on this position through his eighth grade year. I, Gregg Franks, will my football position as guard to Marsha Loughmiller and as tackle man to Danny White, hoping they will do as well as I. l, Chris McAuliffe, will to Sharlene Yocum my Pedro outfit. I, Mark Russell, will to Sandra Bricker and Ronald Johnson, my love beads. I, Kathy Coddington, will to Mitchell Bauer my nickname "Specks" which was willed to me last year by Julie Brown. I, DeWain Alexander, will my bright shining halo to Don Pope, so he, too, can catch the eyes of the girls. I, Lucinda Bare, will to Joy Roth and Janie Franks my ability to be quiet, hoping it will do them some good. I, Julie Scheele, will my ability to know that horses are better than mini-bikes to Tissie Dur- lam. I, Mary Sue Sanders, will my place in the "Isolation Booth" in Mrs. Brown's room where I had so much fun to Susan Baker and Terry Parker. I, Rod Wells, do hereby will my fantastic ability to pick pockets and to take pencils off desks to Brenda Edwards, in hopes that she won't find as many empty wallets and crummy pencils as I did. l,.Jerry Kellogg, will all my hard times with the teachers to Mark Ross and Lucy Greiner. I, John Hessevick, will to Bill McElhinny my ability to be an Assistant's Assistant to a psy- chiatrist, in hopes he has as much fun as I did. I, Gay Bauman, will my knack of goofing off in P.E. to Jan Fritz, hoping that she won't get caught as many times as I did. I, Dana Zipse, will to Mark Benshoof and Susan Blanshan my old pink slips so they won't have to go to the trouble of going to the office for more. I, Kim Ginther, will my famous technique of being able to turn pages for Mr. Thurber in chorus to Annette Lope. I, Mary Ellen Gillett, will to Steve Porter the great ability to be the-only one in Mrs. Shaw's class never to have had spelling words. I, Roxanne Shimmin, do will to Pam Gillett my ability to charm the Jr. High's seventh grade boys. I, Paralee Patterson, hereby will my ability to say stupid things, tell dumb stories, do weird things, and ask dumb questions in Mr. Wishart's class to Brenda Jackson. I, Andy Wyatt, will my stainless steel, all purpose, razor sharp braces with all their nick- names such as "Brace-face", "Tin-grin", and "Metal Mouth" to Jim Panages. I, Jim Jensvold, will my,outstanding vocabu- lary and amazing ability to out-smart and out- talk every person in school whether l'm right or wrong to Barb Yahnke and Matt Wyatt. I, Sherry Kagee, will my unique art of cheer- leading to Tim Weller and Roger Fleury. I, Jennifer Roberts, will to Mike Perkins my Select Chorus outfit which I cherish. I, Roger Hicks, will to Robin Smith my love for "greenies" in Mr. Warren's 6th period math class. I, Gina Tennant, will my beloved deodorant can collection to Linda Martin in hopes she will keep the collection growing. ,



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