Class Colors: Lavender and White
Faith sees the invisible, believes the incredible, and accomplishes the impossible.
Class Flower: Orchid
School Fight Song: Sung to the Washington and Lee Swing (click on title to hear song)
OH WHEN THE MIGHTY BULLDOGS FALL IN LINE.
WE’RE GONNA WIN AGAIN ANOTHER TIME.
WE ARE FOR MOCO HIGH AND HER BULLDOGS TOO!
AND FOR HER COLORS OF PURE WHITE AND BRIGHTEST BLUE.
WE’RE FULL OF SPIRIT IF WE STAND OR FALL.
WE’RE GONNA FIGHT TO WIN AND CONQUER ALL.
WE’RE GONNA WIN THIS GAME AND MANY MORE.
WHAT’S THE SCORE?
THAT’S OUR TEAM!
B-U-L-L-D-O-G-S, BULLDOGS, GREAT!
President - Larry Henderson
Vice President - Kelvin Stehle
Secretary - Ann Hladky
Treasurer - Larry Rutherford
Date: October 2, 1964
Queen - Margaret Norman
King - David Dean
Senior Escorts: Carol Crozier & Larry Henderson
Theme: TV shows
DECA Club won 1st place for floats
Score of game: Craig 6, Meeker 7
Junior / Senior Prom
Date: May 1, 1965 (Senior year)
Queen: Carla Cook King: Gary Dunlap
Senior Attendants: Alice Estey, Deems Utzinger, Margaret Norman, David Dean, Dan Carson, Linda Bilsing, Linda Rutherford & Larry Henderson
Date: May 2, 1964 (Junior year)
Theme: Misty Depths
Queen: Linda Rutherford King: Steve Shepherd
Junior Attendants: Larry Hayes, David Fisher, Danny Carson, Charles Lieber, Maria Herrera, Margaret Norman, Carolyn McEvoy & Linda Bilsing
Won 6, lost 2
Won 6, lost 13
Finished second in conference tournament
Finished second at State
NFL Title: Green Bay Packers 23, Cleveland Browns 12
NBA Title: Boston Celetics over the Los Angeles Lakers (4-1)
Boxing: Cassius Clay KO's Sonny Liston in first round
Best Movie: The Sound of Music
Best Actor: Lee Marvin - Cat Ballou
Best Actress: Julie Christie - Darling
President: Lyndon Johnson
Vice President: Hubert Humphrey
Cost of Living:
Gallon of milk $1.05
Loaf of bread .21
Gallon of gas .24
New auto 2,350
New house 21,500
Postage stamp .05
Avg. Income 5,942
Life expectancy: 70.2 years
Top 10 Hits
2. I can't help myself
3. Wooly Bully
4. My Girl
5. You've lost that lovin' feelin
7. Help Me Rhonda
8. Can't you hear my heartbeat
9. Crying in the chapel
10. You were on my mind
Other hits: Eight Days A Week, I Got You Babe, I Hear A Symphony, Stop In The Name Of Love, Ticket To Ride
Things that happened in 1965
Secretary of Defense Robert McNamara calls for a nationwide network of bomb shelters
Former leader of the Black Muslims, Malcolm X, is shot and killed in New York City
To protest voting rights discrimination, civil rights demonstrators begin a march for Selma to Montgomery with federal troop protection
The first commercial satellite, Early Bird, is launched into space by NASA to transmit telephone and television signals
Voting Rights Act is signed into law
Riots by young blacks in the Watts area of Los Angeles begin, causing $200 million in damage
Hurricane Betsy claims 75 lives in southern Florida and Louisiana
United States President Lyndon Johnson proclaims his "Great Society" during his State of the Union address
Dr. Dre, Sarah Jessica Parker, Robert Downey Jr., Shania Twain, Moby, and Ben Stiller are born
Los Angeles Dodgers win the World Series
Green Bay Packers win the NFL championship
Montreal Canadiens win the Stanley Cup
The Sound of Music, starring Julie Andrews, is the top grossing film
Dune by Frank Herbert is published
The Beatles' Rubber Soul is released
"Satisfaction" by Rolling Stones is a top hit
The Beatles appear on The Ed Sullivan Show, performing songs from their new album Help!
Sony introduces the Betamax, a home video tape recorder
Nearly all of NBC's programs are now broadcast in color
I Dream of Jeannie premieres
Pep Club megaphone
Our graduation commencement speech
The speech was given by Edwin C. Johnson on May 25, 1965 and was provided to each of us with our diploma. Mr. Johnson was a County Commissioner; State Representative, State Senator and Governor of Colorado until his retirement in 1955.
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"I found the class prophecy. I'm not sure it should be printed, at least not in its entirety. Some of them are kind of cruel and some don't make any sense at all. Use your own judgment." - Linda (Gooch) Kitzhaber 11/30/2010
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