Rogue news. (Ashland, Or.) 19??-????, June 04, 1969, Image 1

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    Ah-So, Queen Chosen For Japanese Prom
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reigns over the '68'69
Junior-Senior Prom. Miss
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Vol. 16, No. 9
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Kris Keil Named Valedictorian
Students Rake In Honors Brown, ndi Tie Forsai
The annual spring awards
assembly was held May 21, at
which students were honored in
several fields.
Seniors receiving Carpenter
Foundation scholarships were
Dawn Clark, Lorinda Cluff,
Darlene Dragoo, John Perry, and
Vicki Shaw were awarded four
year renewable grants from the
One year grants went to
Brenda Black, Judy Brown, Loy
Dale, Candace Gately, Lois
Hoadley, Diana Kirby, Christine
Lisonbee, Phil Michael, Kerry
Roberts, Sandra Schoonover,
Una Smith, and Edd Wight.
Southern Oregon College
scholarships went to Karen
Sargenti, Leslie Houk, Lorinda
Cluff, Diane Kirby, Vicki Shaw,
John Perry, and Judy Brown.
Other scholarship recipients
were Kathy Hill, University of
Portland; Gary Slack and Lois
Hoadley, University of Oregon;
Dave Galanti and Sandra
Schoonover, Oregon State
University, Karin Davidson,
Marylhurst College and Emily
Hungerford, Scripps College;
Kris Keil, Stephens College; Kay
Ferreira and Bob Barnum,
College of the Siskiyous; Sonny
Sixkiller, University of
Washington; Jay Fischer, U.S.
Naval Academy and NROTC
Stanford University; Phil
Micheal, Stanford University;
Edd Wight, Willamette
University; and Skip Golden,
Linfoeld College.
Beauty School scholarships
were presented by Mrs. Zwick to
Mara Slcak.Toney, Jari Carder,
Colleen Flowers, Sueann Fagan,
and Diane Slapnicka.
Mrs. Lincoln Raynes,
Chairman of the scholarship
committee at Bellview School,
Presented a $250 scholarship to
Dave Gettling and full summer
school tuition to Lorinda Cluff.
Attention all graduating seniors: Commencement
practice will be Wednesday, June 4 at 8:45 a.m. Be
Bad news gang! The big hand-out (referred to as
the library) will be closed the last week of school. Be
sure all books are returned! (At least the ones you
don't want anymore!!)
For graduation the senior class has chosen red and
white for their colors "Somewhere" taken from
WEST SIDE STORY for their song, and red and
white carnations for their flower.
There is a nice collection of card tables left over
from the prom this year and last. Check in the
wrestling room to see if one is yours.
The 4th Annual Oregon Youth Championship
Chess Tournament is scheduled for June 3, 7, 8, at
the YMCA building in Medford.
Kris Keil, valedictorian and
Judy Brown and Jay Fisher
salutaiorians of the 1969
graduating class have been
selected on the basis of their
high school record.
Kris, who has maintained a
3.9 SS grade point average, is an
active member of the Debate
As a result of her activities,
Kris has been selected for several
honors this year. She placed first
in the Elk's Leadership Contest
and also in the Elk's Most
Valuable Student Scholarship
offer. Kris plans to attend
Stephens College in Columbia,
Judy who has maintained a
3.920 grade point average is a
member of the AHS band. Judy
was awarded the Chemistry
Award her junior year and was
chosen Oregon Scholar for 1969.
Next year Judy will attend
Southern Oregon College.
Jay, who has maintained a
3.909 grade point average served
a Student Body Vice President.
Jay is also a member of the
Lettermen's Club and served as
Band Drum Major his junior and
senior years. Among Jay's other
activities were track, basketball,
and cross country. Next year Jay
will attend the U.S. Naval
Academy in Annapolis,
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Kris Keil (far right) compiled the highest total grade point
average in her class to be named Valedictorian of the class of
'69. Judy Brown and Jay Fischer are Salutaiorians, each
ranking second in the class.