Rogue news. (Ashland, Or.) 19??-????, October 01, 1965, Page PAGE FOUR, Image 4

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FRI., OCT. 1, 1965
1965 CHEERLEADERS Above are the 1965-66 cheerleaders
for Ashland High School. From left to right are Danis Conklin,
junior; Sandy Forney, senior; Linea Sander, senior; Jundy
Bryant, senior queen; LuJuanna Ferria, junior; Moya Sander,
junior, and Chris Wiley, junior.
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Personal Glimpses of
AHS Rally Squad
Three Seniors and four Juniors
make up the Ashland High
School cheerleading squad for
1965-1966. Judy Bryant, yell
queen, will lead the squad. Other
Seniors are Sandy Forney and
Linea Sander. Juniors are Lu
Juana Ferreira, Moya Sander,
Danis Conklin, and Christine
Judy's favorite hobby is sew
ing. She loves to watch football
and enjoys water skiing. "We're
trying a lot to improve school
spirit and the Grizzettes and the
rest of the student body seem to
be catching on real well," said
Judy. "I like to lead the school
because it gives me a chance to
contribute to the school and also
it helps me learn to get along
with people better," she added.
Sandy's favorite hobby is danc
ing. Bowling, swimming, and
watching football are among her
other favorites. "I am proud to
be a part of the yell squad that
will cheer our boys on to victory,"
she claimed.
Linea's Favorites
Dancing, football and basket
ball are listed as Linea's favor
ites. "Cheerleading means a lot
to me and I am proud I can be
a cheerleader for Ashland High
School," says Linea. "I like to
English Department
Gains Four Teachers
In the English Department four
new teachers will instruct the
students this year. Mrs. Lattin
formerly student-taught at AHS
last fall while attending Southern
Oregon College. She is presently
filling her time by teaching Eng
lish to AHS students and work
ing towards a Master's degree.
Mr. Wall, a graduate of SOC,
student-taught at AHS last spring.
He now teaches English and
Journalism. Mr. Shanks, a former
head carpenter of the Shake
speare Theater, teaches English
and Speech. Mr. McKenzie, who
also teaches U.S. History, spent
last fall student-teaching at AHS
and is the other English instructor.
The remaining four teach a
variety of subjects. Mr. Haugen,
AHS librarian, previously taught
English for one year at Eagle
Point. He is a graduate of SOC.
Mr. Seater, former Olympic skier,
was on his way to Australia when
he passed through Ashland and
decided to go to SOC. He attended
SOC for three years and then
took a position here at AHS. He
now teaches senior basic math,
geometry, and algebra I. Mr.
Copple, the former Junior High
P.E. instructor, is now teaching
boys P.E. here. The other new
teacher is Mr. Gebhart. He is busy
teaching a variety of subjects
which include mechanical draw
ing, auto mechanics, crafts L
lead the school because of the
satisfaction in having the school
yell with me to support the
team," she claims.
LuJuana loves to sew. Watch
ing football and basketball rate
high with her. "This is going to
be a wonderful year for the team
and the whole school," quotes
Moya enjoys dancing, cooking,
and sewing. She also loves to
watch football and basketball. "So
far the school spirit seems to be
pretty good. The cheerleaders
and Grizzettes are doing their best
to improve school spirit and sup
port our great team, states Moya.
Dancing is Danis' favorite
hobby. She also likes to snow ski
and loves football. "I enjoy being
a cheerleader and helping to sup
port school spirit and our team,"
says Danis.
Christine enjoys sewing and
snow skiing. She loves to watch
football. "I enjoy cheering for
the team and promoting school
spirit," states Christine.
Four Sophomores make up the
JV cheerleaders this year. They
are Pati Brown, Sheila Hutchin
son, Christy Bevel and Pam How
ard. An article on the JV cheer
leaders will follow in the next
issue of the Rogue News.
Eight Attend Annual
Boys', Girls' State;
Cathy Christy Honored
Eight Ashland High School stu
dents were elected to positions at
the annual Boys' and Girls' State
conferences held June 12-19.
Cathy Christy obtained the
highest honor in being chosen as
alternate to Girls' Nation. Cathy
was selected second out of 12
girls who were judged on their
delivery of one humorous and one
serious impromptu speech.
Other offices held by Ashland
students were: Terry Barraclough,
city councilman and Federalist
party election clerk; Terry Clark,
state representative, city council
man, and county assessor; Dwight
Morrill, city councilman; Tim
Voth, mayor of the city of John
ston; John Williams, city judge;
John Wood, municipal judge and
nominee for state senator; Cathy
Christy, state representative; and
Lyla Voth, head of the Motor
Vehicles Department
Divided Into Groups
"The purpose of the Boys' and
Girls' State conferences is to ac
quaint high school students with
their state government," accord
ing to Mr. Gaylord Smith, prin
cipal. This study is conducted by
dividing the students into county,
city, and political groups. Offi
cials are elected and meetings
conducted in each of these
Cathy and Lyla recalled the
municipal court mock trial, the
address by Governor Mark Hat
field, and the visit to Boys' State
as highlights of Girls' State, held
Willamette University. Both
agreed that the candlelight serv
ice held on the final night was
the most impressive and memor
able event of the week-long con
Representatives to Boys' State
agreed unanimously that the high
point of their week at Oregon
State University was the visit of
the girls from Girls' State.
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Study Hall,
Note Changes
Ashland Senior High students
returned to school this fall to
find a newly rcfloored study hall
which is furnished with modern
tables and chairs provided
through funds made available by
the school board last spring.
According to Mr. Gaylord
Smith, AHS principal, the floor
was badly rotted and quite old.
The square nails found in the
old floor by workmen attested to
the floor's age.
Classroom Changes
Due to the fact that the Eng
lish department is in a new
building, several AHS teachers
now have their own rooms.
Mr. Hall and his driver train
ing classes have moved into Mrs.
Converse's old room, while Mr.
McKenzie has moved into Mrs.
Susee's former room. Mr.
Seater's slide rule has replaced
Mrs. Sohler's typewriter in Room
23 as his students settle down to
their math assignments.
69 New Students
At Ashland High
Ashland High has a total of 69
students this year who have
transferred here from different
parts of the world .This number
includes the foreign exchange
student from Wellington, New
Z aland, Derek Lea.ik. The new
stidents are listed according to
grade below:
Sophomores Mary Barnum,
Medford, Ore.; Robert Botts,
Twenty-nine Palms, Calif.; Bev
erly Brackman, Klamath Falls,
Ore.; Colette Brumble, Lincoln,
Nebraska; Terry Brutscher, Her
miston, Ore.; Nancy Bunnell,
Medford, Ore.; Nancy Click. Car-
terville, 111.; Roberta Fitzllenry,
Bakersfield, Calif.; Michael Fra-
zier, han Jose, Calif.; Kobert
Goldsmith, Phoenix, Ore.; Trudy
Harris, Cortez, Colo.; Steve Hel
lcnthal, Chatsworth, Calif.; Lanny
James, Escondido, Calif.; Sheila
Ann Kirk, Salem, Ore.; Teresa
Lamkins, Redding, Calif.; Donna
McDonald, Fort Bragg, Calif.;
Eric Paschall, Garden Grove,
Calif.; Pam Pittman, Portland,
Ore.; Michael ' Pretz, Ventura,
Calif.; Susan Rifle, Mohomet, 111.;
Charles Roberts, Portland, Ore.;
Steve Roberts, Sabetha, Kan.;
Jonathan Smith, Etna, Calif.;
Glen Svaren, Cascade Locks, Ore.;
Thomas Uptain, Mesa, Ariz.; Judy
Welch, Tokyo, Japan; Mary West-
fall, Central Point, Ore.; Harvey
Yordy, Phoenix, Ore.; and Ernest
McAllister, San Diego, Calif.
Juniors Randy Burhans,
Crescent City, Calif.; Janean
Cummons, Medford, Ore.; Robert
Davis, Torrance, Calif.; Renee
Dreiszus, Moscow, Idaho; Danny
Duggan, Shingle Springs, Calif.;
Patricia Gay, Phoenix, Ore.; Don-
German, Federal Springs,
Wash.; John Goldsmith, Phoenix,
Ore.; Ganice Gray, Portland, Ore.;
Jerry Hall, Langlois, Ore.; Faith
Holloway, Livingston, Calif.; Sha
ron Ditzman, Orlando, Fla.;
Cathlccn Neal, Central Point;
Ore.; Frank Oxman, Belmont,
Calif.; Susan Rice, Eugene, Ore.;
Linda Rifle, Mahemct, 111.; James
Thompson, Woodburn, Ore.; Tom
Toney, Orange, Calif.; Bonnie
Uptain, Mesa, Ariz.; David Work,
Portland, Ore.;
Seniors Jimene Allen, Lake
view, Ore.; Kathleen Cook, Kla
math Falls, Ore.; Harold Cross,
Oliverton, Calif.; Janis Freiheit,
Beaverton, Ore.; Steve Harris,
Cortez, Colo.; Jo Ann Jarvis,
Medford, Ore.; Linda Koreski,
Selah, Wash.; Derek Leask, Wel
lington, New Zealand; Janine
Lusk, Medford, Ore.; Branson
McCormick, Independence, Kan.;
Ronnie McCormick, Indepen
dence, Kan.; Katherine Newton,
Glendale, Ore.; Florence Shaw,
Phoenix, Ore.; Jerry Welch, Nari
mausu, Tokyo, Japan; Ronnie
Shaffer, Huntington Park, Calif.;
Terry Rickert, Helena, Mont.;
and Sheila Roderick, Beaverton,
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