Eisenhower High School - Reveille Yearbook (Yakima, WA)
- Class of 1976
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"Holding on to Yesterday" themed
the Homecoming dance held on Oc-
tober 18. Throughout the week, stu-
dents showed their spirit by dressing
in various outfits. Monday was clash
dayg Tuesday, hippie dayg Wednes-
day, cowboy dayg Thursday, sock it
to me day, and Friday, fifties day.
Although spirit could be seen
throughout the school, juniors were
awarded the spirit stick for their out-
Queen candidates for the dance were
Kim Fluegge, Nicki Byers, and Fran
Jaeger. King candidates were Kelly
Green, Glenn Ford, and Bill Roul-
ston. Kim Fluegge and Glenn Ford
were finally selected as royalty.
Waiting patiently in long line to get pictures taken Homecoming couples discuss events of the dance
to celebrate traditional Homecoming
Kim Fluegge expresses suprise after being crowned by Glenn Ford as
Nicki Byers and Fran Jaeger look on.
Kim Fluegge and Glenn Ford smile proudly after being crovsmed. Couples applaud choice of royalty during brief intermission.
Swaying in time to the pervasive rhythm of music by the Rag, couples show variety of special dress worn at the Saturday dance.
"Charley's Aunt" was chosen as fall
play and presented on Nov. 12, 13,
and 14 in the Little Theatre. Mr. Pat
Poulin directed the farce, which drew
enthusiastic responses from audi-
ences who viewed it.
The story is about Jack Chesney and
Charles Wykeham, in love with two
ladies, Kitty Verdlm and Amy Spet-
tigue. To impress these young ladies,
the two men invite the girls to their
rooms for a luncheon to meet Char-
ley's Aunt from Brazil.
The millionaire aunt, however, can-
cels her visit at the last minute. Jack
and Charles, eager to declare their
feelings and create a favorable im-
pression, force another Oxford under-
graduate, Lord Babberley, to im-
personate Charley's Aunt.
Soon the real aunt arrives with her
companion, Ela Delahay, and as-
sumes another name so as not to ex-
pose the men's scheme. All ends
happily as Lord Babberley, posing as
the aunt, gets Mr. Spettigue to agree
to Kitty and Jack's marriage while
Charley wins Amy. Lord Babberley
returns to his normal self and wins
his former sweetheart, Ela Delahay.
Four weeks were spent preparing
"Charley's Aunt," based on the play
by Brandon Thomas. All ran smooth-
ly until a week before the opening.
Matt Scofield, who played Brassett,
came down with laryngitis. Fearing
his voice wouldn't return, Scott
Leonard, as understudy, was called
in. Matt, however, did regain his
voice, and the play was performed as
Cast was Lord Fancourt Babberley, Brad
Munson, Charles Wykeham, Kyle McLach-
lang Jack Chesney, Tony Soperg Colonel
Sir Francis Chesney, Steve Liebg Stephen
Spettigue, Rodger Scheibnerg Brassett, Matt
Scofieldg Kitty Verdun, Heidi Lewis, Amy
Spettigue, Carrie Thomas, Donna Lucia
D'Alvadorez, Cyndi Pouling and Ela Delahay,
Sets were built by Kyle McLachlan, Rodger
Scheibner, Doug Spearman, Bambi Ables,
Matt Scofield, Lori Stephens, Cyndi Poulin
and Steve Lieb. Stage Crew was Doug Spear-
man, Randi Morrell, and Vicki Alford.
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tage and lights decorate
Spotlighted by backstage lights, Tony Soper and Steve Lieb enter formal 1910 garden scene.
Sitting in Spettigue's parlour, Lori Stephens and Cyndi Poulin discuss Charley's aunt.
Little Theatre, create 1910 garden scene
Kyle McLachlan, Carrie Thomas, Heidi Lewis, and Tony Soper engage in conversation, Brad Munson and Rodger Scheibner engage in
while Brad Munson fSeatedj toys with nosegay given him by Carrie Thomas. heated dispute as nerves fray over deceit.
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Brad Munson listens intently as Heidi Lewis and Carrie Thomas inform him of their problems while believing that he is Charley's aunt.
Betsy Seabur and tu Thomas crowned
"Saturday in the Park," theme of
Winter Tolo, took place on Novem-
ber 15. In hopes of raising some
badly needed money, the Reueille
staff sponsored the dance and
worked hard to make Tolo a success.
Cyndi Peterson and Susan Ecken-
bom, co-chairpersons, crowned Stu
Thomas king and Betsy Seabury
The Reueille devised a new system
of choosing royalty. Names of all
senior couples attending were put
on their tickets and placed in a hat.
When time came to announce king
and queen, a ticket was drawn from
the hat, and the lucky couple be-
came Tolo royalty.
Yakima Parks Dept., loaned red,
yellow, and blue park picnic tables
to set the scene for "Saturday in the
Park." Music was supplied by
"Colours," who kept the dance
alive with spirited music.
Cookies, punch and other goodies
were served courtesy of the Reueille
Below: Brenda Ginter and Tony Leita take
time-out for punch.
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Couples enjoy talking over old times with graduating seniors
ro alt at Reveille-sponsored tolo
"Jerry, I don't want my pictures taken," cries Ginny
Schmidt to Jerry Sherry while standing in line.
Mom and Dad Scholl "get in the groove" of Colours.
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Lorna Varney and Scott Jones dance to theme song, 'Saturday in the Park."
Theme of 'cJust an ld Fashioned Love
"Just An Old Fashioned Love Song"
was selected as theme for the an-
nual Midwinter dance held on the
evening of January 25, 1976. Spon-
sored by Fiue Star Journal, this
year's dance was held in the caf-
Music was provided by Dame, a
four-member rock band.
Royalty was chosen from a random
drawing of all senior couples at-
tending the dance. Crowned for the
position of Midwinter Queen was
Kristi Nelson and Mike Fahsholtz,
Two hundred fifty couples attended
the dance, decorated in blue and
white. Chairperson for the dance
was Paulette George. The Masters
of Ceremonies were Andrew Evanger
and Paulette George.
On a crowded dance Hoor, Paul Gray and Nancy Novobielski share a private moment
Surrounded by dancing Ike couples, Juniors Julie Stratton and Eric Gress boogie to the contemporary rock music of Dame
Song", highlights Midwinter dance
Graduate Terry Myers and Senior Terri Riley step out lively to fast beat after first intermission of band which featured hard rock music.
Midwinter King Mike Fahsholtz and Queen Kristi Nelson pose for photographer.
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UOKLAHOMAH, popular mu-
sical by Rodgers and Ham-
merstein, was presented in the
Little Theater on March 17
through the 20.
Under the direction of Mr.
Gary Baisinger and Mr. Pat-
rick Poulin, the cast and crew
worked three long months to
get this production under
way. This was the eleventh
school musical put on by the
choir and the first directing
job for Mr. Baisinger.
IN ORDER OF
Aunt Eller, Cyndi Poulin, Cur-
ley, Doug Andrews, Laurey,
Janet Hendricks, Ike Skidmore,
John Dohrmann, Slim, Dave
Shoemaker, Will Parker, Kyle
McLachlan, Jud Fry, Russ
Munden, Ado Annie, Heidi
Lewis, Ali Hakim, Rodger
Scheibnerg Gertie Cummings,
Desiree Nystrom, Andrew
Carnes, Jim Squires, Cord
Elam, Joel Nicholas.
THE BOYS AND GIRLS
Susan Bacon, Jill Barringer,
Carolyn Bostic, Gaila Caldwell,
Kim Carson, Pam Corpron,
Jacquie deLaChapelle, Joan
Fitterer, Deede Gervais, Karen
Hamilton, Nancy Hovis, Ca-
mille Jensen, Laurie Julius,
Cathy Keith, Kathy Kerns, Di-
ane Kline, Lisa Knocker, Larry
Lancaster, Mary K. Loofbur-
row, Tracy Lovell, Deon Miller,
Dave Nicholson, Jennie Orton,
Steve Pernick, Pam Prediletto,
Dave Prentice, Randy Smith,
Doug Spearman, Darlene
Thompson, Lisa Zini.
Cadet Choir successfull
Laurey fJan Hendricksl sings "Many a New Day" to express her desire for independence.
Curley and Laurey discuss plans of their choice in partners for the upcoming box social.
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an upcoming scene.
lead cast to fame in this year's production
Jim Squires, a harried parent, points threatening gun at Karen Hamilton in a tense scene during rehearsal for opening night of "Oklahoma"
Lisa Zini and Dave Prentice listen to instructions given by Mr. Baisinger. Ado Annie and Will Parker discuss future marital plans.
Father-Daughter Dance raises mone
The second annual Father-
Daughter Dance was held March 6,
1976. The dance was a fund-raising
project for Ike High Steppers Drill
The KQOT Music Machine pro-
vided the tunes, and cookies were
displayed beautifully for refresh-
ments. Decorations were red and
white checkered table cloths and
dried weed arrangements in burlap
Photos were by Baumgardnersg
and the backdrop was a man-sized
heart with stuffed toys arranged on
"It was terrific!" enthused Jean
Coppers, a junior, in response to
how she felt about the Father-
Daughter Dance. Gerri Stratton
added, "My dad and I haven't
ever had more fun." This activity
enables fathers to converse with
their daughters in a very romantic
Cailin, Erinn and Mr. Dick Shannon take a break s1nce1t is past bed time for the girls
Junior High Steppers Kathy Lemke and Connie Forest serve punch and cookies during dance since their fathers were unable to come
for Drill Team and closes generation gap.
Mr. George Lee and friend enjoy themselves at refreshment time.
Judy and father Mr. John Jessup smile at other couples dancing.
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Waiting for a chance to dance are Camille glancing at a program, Mr. George Lee, Hughes. Watching are Beverly Lee and
Jensen, who shared her father with her sister Kathy Hughes and her father, Mr. W.W. Diana Philips.
Lisa, Laurie Valderhaug, Mr. Sheldon Lowe
Vivid oranges, yellows and greens
striping the cafeteria walls carried
out ,Drill Team's Spring Tolo theme
of "Sunshine, Lollipops, and Rain-
bows." Killer Bees provided music
for the affair on April 24.
In keeping with Spring Tolo tradi-
tion, a game room was set up in the
west foyer. Weary dancers could
take time out to play cards, check-
ers, ping pong, or twister, and, for
the young at heart, a hula hoop was
A group of eighth grade Wilson
girls helped out by keeping the
dancers supplied with refresh-
Finalists for King included Mike
Hammermeister, Mark Holtzinger,
and Tom Ross. During the mid-
dance break, Drill Team captain
Bonnie McManigal crowned Mike
Hammermeister Tolo King.
Drill Team pon ors Spring Tolo, themed
Twins Lori and Lana Weaver strike pose with their dates 'Don Andrews and Jerry Siekawitch.
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'Sunsh1ne, Lollipops, and Rainbows"
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lt took many hours of planning, dec-
orating, and worrying, but the final
result of all the Junior Classes, work
was a Very successful 1976 Junior-
Senior Prom. Themed 'fStarlite on
Broadway", the dance was held on
May 15, 8:30 through 11:30, at the
Twinkling stars and a nighttime city
background created a feeling of
Broadway elegance. Music provided
by Orpheus, a band out of Spokane,
was of enormous success, with style
and sound seldomly found in area
bands. Intermission entertainment
featured the duet of Kyle McLaugh-
lin and Jim Lundblad.
Roses were awarded to most honored
senior girl Nicki Byers, while a kiss
from Nicki was most honored senior
boy Glenn Ford's prize.
Hard working juniors, under the su-
pervision of advisor Jim Connor, were
rewarded for their efforts by a
smooth-running dance with no prob-
Stars' shadows, produced by lights on mirrored globe, dance on Wall along with Prom couples.
Intermission entertainer Kyle McLaughlin.
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Twinkling stars and night-time scenery surround elegantly attired couples as they dance.
Tina Stauffacher and Mike Fahsholtz enjoy
themselves thoroughly, dancing up a storm.
Doug Andrews and Tom Ross look on as Nicki Byers "crowns" Glenn Ford most honored senior
Gisele Hall and Jim Harwood take a break.
Announcing couples arrival, Jeff Waldbauer.
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Cross Countr finishes fifth in league
Ending 5th in league, Cross Country
also placed 3rd in district. This was
achieved by beating Richland, a
feat which was never done by an
Ike team. The team was mostly
comprised of strong sophomores
and juniors and five seniors.
Julie Byers was the only girl on the
team. Coach White stated, "If we
could get more girls like Julie out,
the '76 Cross Country team would
be strong and enthusiasticf' Julie
placed seventh in district and 52nd
out of 240 at state.
Those who were award winners
were, co-captains Bill Roulston and
Gary Cloudg Inspirational, Joe
Loranceg Scholastic, Scott Wonder
and Most Points, Gary Cloud.
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Coach White has pleased smile for'Ju1ie Byers after evaluating her time and place.
Cross Country team is Row I KL. to RJ: barg Row 3: Coach White, Gary Cloud, Andy Julie ByerS, Pat Ballew, Eric Gress, Scott
Wayne Ginter, Jim Squires, Myron Cloud, Hefflinger, Mark Gress, Jim Lundblad, W0nd6r5 SC0f6ke0P6rSI Shawna Gandy,
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Day, Brian Baily, Joe Lorance, Derrick Mose-
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Powder puff football excited
crowds October 17 in the epic
clash ofjunior and senior women.
The only concession made to
femininity was the smaller. 70-
yard field. The goal lines were
set at the 15 yard lines,
Officials for the game were Mr.
Ken Bongers, Jay Ternplin, and
Miss Carol Finney, powder puff
Cheerleaders for the game were
juniors, Andy Hefflinger, John
Rivard, Scott Lewis and seniors,
Mike Rioether, Roger Coburn and
Ron Weingarten. Cheerleaders
wore their rather bizarre outfits
all day in the same manner as
regular cheerleaders would have.
Seniors took the opening kick off.
A few plays later, senior Lorene
Thaxton took the play in for a
touchdown. The extra point at-
tempt was foiled by the fighting
A short time later, seniors again
regained possession. Senior
Julie Lemke took a pass from
quarterback Cyndi Peterson.
Julie ran it 70 yards for the sec-
ond senior touchdown. At the end
of the first quarter, hard fighting
juniors were trailing the dominat-
ing seniors 12 to O.
In the second quarter the ball
was returned to seniors. With 44
seconds left in the second quar-
ter, Terri Riley made another
senior touchdown to make the
score 18 to 0.
Because of several junior penal-
ties, seniors were given three
attempts at the extra point.
Each time they failed.
In the third and fourth quarters
juniors and seniors battled back
and fourth but failed to make
any more scores, giving the sen-
iors an exciting 18 to O win.
Juniors have next year's game
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Senior girls win exciting
Barb Buckingham, shows her agony as referee Mr. Ken Bongers signals a senior touchdown.
Seniors Mary Kaye Loofburrow and Julie Lemke show their excitement as the score is made.
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Shelley Cartier, Stephanie Irwin, Row 2,
Bill Byers, Lisa Heman, Eileen Septkax
Cindy Busse, Kathy Blake, Cheryl Hanley'
Nancy Hovis, Lori Parker, Mike Polo, Jon
Kinzel, Row 3, Cindy Hart, Mary Easley,
Linda Suver, Barb Buckingham, Lori Weav-
er, Lori Sebastian, Lisa Zini, Joan Benoit,
Linda Schactler, and Paula Fund.
contest in annual Powder Puff game
Senior Lorene Thaxton desperately seeks an opening to carry the ball across junior goal while sen- Dave Hollinberger, Kent Roberts, Carolyn
ior Terri Riley blocks junior defenders from making a tackle. Bostic, Kim Carson study game.
Defiant seniors pose for rowdy team shot: Eckel, Sue Mays, Loretta Watson, Jayne Row 3, Doreen Luckett, Robyn Ratcliffe,
Row 1 KL. to RJ, Lorene Thaxton, Kim Car- Butt, Julie Nicholson, Carolyn Bostic, Kim Julie Lernke, Barb Wane, Terri Riley, Kellye
son, Mary Kaye Loofburrow, Pam Pierce, Fluegge, Sue Eckenbom, Dave Hollinberger, Holder, and Cyndi Peterson.
Row 2 Kent Roberts, Teresa Adamson, Julie
Though hard hit b graduation, Cadets
Varsity football was hard hit by
last year's graduation. Five all-
conference performers were missing
as football began in mid-August.
A new system was instituted by
coach Ellis. Instead of the con-
ventional varsity, junior varsity,
and sophomore squads, the Cadets
were divided into Red, Blue, and
White units. The new system was
created in hopes of developing a
feeling of team togetherness and
Cadets did have good experience
at several key positions, those in-
cluded running back, defensive
back and offensive line. As for the
season itself, Cadets at times were
outstanding and at other times did
less than expected.
In the second game of the season
against Kennewick, Cadets dis-
played tenacious defense in a 40-0
shutout of the outmanned Lion
Other team highlights of the season
included a tough win over Queen
Anne of Seattle and a last-second
victory over Walla Walla.
Cadets eighth game of the year was
a high-scoring affair in Moses Lake.
Ready for the challenge, the Cadets
were able to defeat the Chieftans
on a tie-breaker. The season unfor-
tunately ended on a sour note, los-
ing a heartbreaker to the archrival
Though the Red squad finished the
season with a sub-par 4-6 record,
high hopes are held for coming
years. The Ike Blue team won the
Big Nine championship and the
White squad lost only three games
With this type of talent coming up,
hopes for the future are indeed
Representing Ike on the 1975 Big
Nine all-star team was senior Rick
Blank. Selected to the second team
was senior running back Glenn Ford.
Cadet offensive line protects quarterback Gale Coston C121 from Wenatchee rushing attack.
Lone helmet symbolizes Ike pride, power.
Jeff LaBissoniere carries ball in practice.
Coach Romig's intent concentration and
cool temper key Cadet goals for team
unity and spirit.
finish fourth in tough Big ine season
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Blue Squad: Row 1 KL. to RJ-Paul Albert,
Darin Vibbert, Brad Munden, Greg Hitch-
cock, Scott Lewis, Joe Hallard, Coach Riomigg
Row 2-Gary Webster, Mike Ledbetter, Scott
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Bill Rynd, Row 3-mgr. Doug Hartshorne, Jeff
LaBissoniere, Doug Kokenge, Dennis Urqu-
hart, Phil Goodhue, Rick Kinzelg Row 4-
Coach Frazier, Todd Marker, Dave Wamer,
Bob Oliphant, Rick Bisconer, Kerry Willis,
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terty, Don Ice, Dick Hopp, Kyle Schwenk, Zike, Steve Caldwell, Row 3-Gary Webster, Doug Hartshorne, Tim Orteig, Brian Mce
Vic Bohannon, Carl Kuntz, Coach Bryant, Ken Watson, Jeff Waldbauer, Greg Menard, Guire,Dennis Miner, Jerry Hunt.
Row 2-Coach LaRiviere, Mark Ward, Kurt
At the annual fall sports banquet,
several members of the Cadet
football team were honored for
their performances in the past
season. Captain for the '75 foot-
ball squad as selected by the
players was Rick Blank. Other
award winners included 11062,
Glenn Ford, Most Improved,
Gale Coston, Co-Inspirational,
Tom Norstadt and Doug An-
drewsg Scholastic, Tom Kennedy,
Coaches Award, Jerry Sherry.
The winner of the John Jonas
award symbolizing the out-
standing sophomore was Jeff
Passing Att. Comp. Yd. TDs
Coston 110 51 876 10
Kokenge 5 2 25 1
Receptions Caught Yd 's Td 's
Farley 19 335 3
Phillips 17 169 1
Blank 7 141 2
Green 4 156 2
Norstadt 1 12 0
Kicking Punts Yds Ave.
Thomas 26 1385 41.5
Rushing Times car, Yds Ave.
Ford 123 530 4
Norstadt 45 255 1
Pratt 55 184 0
Telega 29 116 2
Coston 34 98 3
Conklin 34 47 0
Farley 16 49 0
Blank 4 42 2
Hammermeister 3 7 0
Andrews 1 4 0
Bisconer 2 2 0
Tackles T A
Blank 43 30
Conklin 42 27
Garrison 32 26
Lucas 29 18
Andrews 27 19
Johnson 29 15
Davis 17 22
Chandler 22 15
Telega 17 10
Farley 23 8
Phillips 17 9
Lucas 17 9
Munden 16 10
Greene 15 4
Gaines 15 8
Garoutte 3 8
Wentz 8 3
M. Johnson 8 3
Thompson 5 3
Coston 2 6
Kokenge 9 7
Kime 6 3
Ford 5 1
on coaches All-Conference grid squad
During inter-squad scrimmage, Steve Pratt scrambles around moving-end man.
Strong soph. back, Mike Westrniller, on sweep eludes two Richland Bombers. Inter-squad scrimmage teaches valuable team tactics.
Red Squad: Row 1 KL. to RJ-Jerry Sherry,
Jerry Hammermeister, Gale Coston, Brad
Kime, Steve Pratt, Russ Munden, Mike
Johnson, T.J.Farley, Brad Wentz, mgr. Jay
Templing Row 2-mgr. Bob Bigler, Dave Lucas,
Kelly Green, Stu Thomas, Scott Lewis
Paul Davis, Steve Gaines, Glen Phillips,
Doug Andrews, Darin Vibbert, Doug Kokenge,
mgr. Todd Schroeder, Row 3-Coach Shan
non, Mark Meyers, Rick Blank, Tom Nor
stadt, Glenn Ford, Mike Telega, Jeff John-
son, Jim Garoutte, Mark Chandler, Mike
Garrison, Joe Bordeaux, Bob Thomson, Tom
Conklin, Gary Patrick, Tom Kennedy, Coach
Season's close found Eisenhower's
girls' volleyball team greatly im-
proved over last yearls with a five-
win, four-loss record. Members
found hopes crushed for a trip to
district playoffs, however, when
they lost their last game against
Sunnyside on October 30.
The team, under the coaching of
Mrs. Nellie Wagner, marked up its
most encouraging win in a practice
game against the White Swan
Cougars. According to Coach Wag-
ner, the girls came out on top of the
Cougars in their November 7 game
because, she enthused, "They put
Varsity players Mary Vandiver,
Tina Stauffacher, Nicki Byers,
and Colleen Huck contributed
their outstanding bumping and
spiking abilities. Especially tal-
ented setters included Barbara
Wane and Cassie Stuhr. Colleen
Huck, averaging a fantastic 7.2
points per game, was the most
consistent server with a season
total of 65 points.
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Girls, basketball finished the sea-
son with a 4-8 record. The girls
chalked up their first win of the
season in a game against Prosser.
Eisenhower dominated Prosser
throughout the game and won by a
margin of 47 points. The final score
was 67-20. The high scorer was Barb
Wane with a total of 18 points.
To top off the season, the girls chal-
lenged the women's faculty to an
after-school game. The student
body had the opportunity to attend
this entertaining battle between
Ike's most talented woman cagers.
The winter sports banquet was held
at the conclusion of the season.
On this occasion several awards
were presented. Patti Eshenko re-
ceived the captain award. Mary
Vandiver was presented the scho-
lastic award. Wendy Hill earned the
award for most improved player.
Sue Eckenbom was named the most
Girls enthusiastically build spirit and pep in preparation for night s big game
Girls' varsity basketball: Sue Eckenbom, Barb Wane, Capri Clausen, Mary Vandiver, Korynne Halverson, Yvonne Harrington Patti Eshenko
and Jan Wise. Not Pictured: Eileen Septka and Greta Palm.
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Girls' junior varsity basketball: Lana Weav- Weaver, Peggy Thomas, Sara Sprague, Jody Gunter. Not Pictured: Julie Byers, Tam-
er, Terry Camper, Patty Johnston, Lori Wentz, Wendy Hill, Pam Smith and Jan my Manley, Lori Rathjen, and Brenda Shaw.
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The Cadet basketball season for
1975-'76 marked the beginning of a
new era in roundball. After fourteen
years as head coach, Mr. Keith
Farnam retired. He was replaced
by Mr. EdAho.
Coach Aho came to Eisenhower
from Mercer Island High School,
where he coached junior varsity
basketball for five seasons and was
highly respected and successful.
Eisenhower was very fortunate to
have been able to hire Mr. Aho. The
faculty and student body had high
hopes for the newly uniformed
Cadets and their new coach, but
unfortunately the team was able to
win only five games.
Though the Cadet season didn't
produce many victories, there were
several individuals who were hon-
ored for their performances at the
winter sports banquet. Varsity
basketball team winners were re-
bounding and team captain Mike
Williamson, scholastic and inspi-
rational Ron Hanson, and free-
throw percentage Tim Farley.
Besides being head basketball coach, Mr. Aho teaches P.E. and some mathematics classes
The '75-'76 Cadet varsity: Kneeling Mgr. Jay Templin, head coach Ron Hanson, Mark Cherry, Mike Williamson, Andy Svendsen, Mike
Ed Ahog KL. to RJ Jerry Hammermeister, Bob Oliphant, Jeff Frank, Hammermeister, Jerry Erdahl, Gale C0St0H aHdT1m Farley-
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The Cadets opened the season with
four pre-league encounters against
double A competition. Ike won only
one with Selah 60-45, but lost two
games, 56-57 to West Valley and in
overtime dropped a 49-56 decision
at Wapato. Eisenhower started
league play in Kennewick with the
Lions and held off a rally to win
66-60. After losing to the tall Wen-
atchee Panthers at home, the Cadets
traveled to Walla Walla and lost
on a shot with two seconds remain-
ing in overtime 60-62.
In Eisenhower's fourth league en-
counter, stubborn Cadets almost
pulled the upset of the year, but,
as if snake bitten, fell to the per-
ennial state power Bombers from
Richland. Though losing their next
two games, Cadets put together two
victories in a row, 59-57 with
Kamiakin and 59-43 at home a-
gainst Kennewick. The last seven
games Ike played hard, yet was un-
able to pull a victory in their re-
maining conference games. The out-
look for next year's team is bright
with three starters returning.
In front of a packed house, junior Scott Bullek fights for control of the tipg awaiting the tap are
Rick Kinzel and Brian Whiteside in the first of two games with rival Davis.
Eisenhower's junior varsity, coached by Mr. Jack Jennings, Kneeling side, Rick Kinzel, Phil Goodhue, Gary Patrick, Scott Bullek, Mike P010
mgr. Randy Morrell KL. to RJ Steve Pratt, Kurt Hallesy, Brian White- Mike Westmiller, Steve Grant, Jon Kinzel.
highlight Cadet roundball season
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The 1975-'76 Eisenhower sophomore squad won sixteen of their twenty den, Mark Ward, Dennis Urquhart, Dick Hopp, Kyle Schwenk, Don
games, Kneeling mgr. Paul Wilson, KL. to RJ Ron Sisson. Brad Mun- Elefson, Ron Peterson, Kevin Marr, Randy Williamson.
Ready to rebound are senior frontliners Andy
Svendsen and Mike Williamson.
As usual during an lke-Davis game, aggressiveness is norm with bodies on the floor. Hoping to
control the action, the referee calls a foul in tough play under lke's basket.
Terry McKenna won 26 matches,
including the district and regional,
championships, with no losses to
become the 129 pound state cham-
pion. McKenna set a school record
by scoring 81 team points during
the season. His 166 individual
points to his opponents 26, also set
a school record. Terry broke Ken-
nedy's mark of 20 takedowns with
25 to add a third school record to his
The varsity wrestlers, including
many who wrestled for the team two
years ago tying for first place in the
Big Nine League, sat all alone at the
top of the league this year with 8
league wins and no losses. They
then proved their superiority at the
district tournament by taking first
place for the first time in 11 years.
During the season, the team scored
a total of 603 points, compared to
only 297 scored by their opponents.
This might powered the varsity
team to a 17 win, 1 loss season. The
only loss was to Sunnyside two days
after an emotional victory over the
always tough Moses Lake.
The team was represented by four
wrestlers at the state tournament,
and placed sixth, the best showing
at state in 11 years. Along with Mc-
Kenna, the team was represented
by Mike Garrison, who placed
second, Brian Gifford, and Tom
Garrison had a 15 and 1 season rec-
ord. Mike also placed second at
district and second at regionals,
before placing second in the 190
pound weight class at the state
tournament in Tacoma.
Gifford won 10 matches and lost
none before being sidelined with a
knee injury. After surgery, Brian
was able to return just in time for
the tournaments. He placed third
at district and third at regionals
to earn a berth at state.
Kennedy had a 15 and 1 season rec-
ord. Tom placed first at district and
fourth at regional to earn his berth
Terr McKenna became the
Terry "Meanl' McKenna, who was selected by his team mates to receive the team's Inspirational
Award, controls his opponent with a blanket ride during one of his 16 season wins.
District Champs Row 15 Tony Leita, Brian McGuire, 'Joe Lorance holding the district Champion.
ship trophy, Andy Hefflinger, Terry McKenna holding the league championship trophy, John
Powers, Dan Lockbeam, Scott Wonder. Row 2: Coach Ron Dihel, Jim Garoutte, Brian Giff0fd,
state champion in the 129 pound class
Tom Kennedy controls his Richland opponent on his way to vic-
tory. Torn defeated this same wrestler to win district.
Team captain Mike Garrison and Richland's Rick Schauer watch as referee
Al Jones flips the coin. Garrison won all but 1 toss ofthe coin all year.
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won the award for most pins, with 9, which was presented at the winter awards dessert.
the Big ine League and District
Against Davis, Jim Garoutte looks to the referee in the hope that he will call a pin. Jim was selected as the team's most improved wrestler.
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lke ffl irlis Bowling Team take lst
The girl's ffl bowling team made a
fine showing, taking first in city
league with 58 wins, 6 losses, and
fourth in state. Members of Girlls
ffl team are: Cindy Hart, Cindy
Peterson, Thelma Caldwell, Dana
Fram, and Cathy Peterson.
The only boys team representing
Ike took third place in city league
with 44 wins, 20 losses. All teams
were under the supervision and
instruction of Mr. Jim Bryant.
The bowling teams had matches on
Wednesdays and practices on Mon-
days, at Nob Hill Lanes. Members
of the girl's ff2 are, Linda Kreisel,
Maurina Gilstrap, Anita Guest,
Debbie Hoff, Tina Stauffacher,
High averages were: Cindy Hart,
152, Greg Anderson, 174, high game:
Cindy Peterson, 246, high series:
Stacy Dwarshius, 693, and Cindy
Although they are not completely
a U.S.E. sponsored organization,
the U.S.E. bought their bowling
shirts. Because they do a good job
representing Eisenhower, they will
soon become a U.S.E.-sponsored
Stacy Dwarshius shows his form during a practice warm-up game.
Cindy Hart struggles to hold back a smile as photographer tries to take her picture before an
important match. Cindy is a member of the girls' ffl team.
Taking time out of their practice schedule, Cindy and Cathy Peterson
pose for photographer, while Linda Kreisel keeps score.
in it League, 4th in State
Cathy Peterson shows her style of bowling with grace and poise. Stacy Dwarshius waits with anticipa
Captured behind bars of upstairs oy
tion for a well-deserved strike.
f er are members of Ike's only boy's team, Mike Buckley, Wayne Ginter, Keith Eliason, Stacy Dwarshius,
fter coaching Cadet baseball for six
The ,76 baseball season marked the
last season of coached Cadet base-
ball for Mr. Ron Dihel. Mr. Dihel
had been at the helm of Ike for the
last six years. Dihel-led teams have
compiled a record of 108-60. His
teams won the Big Nine Champion-
ship in 1974 and had their next-best
finish in 1972 with a second. The
team of 1974 eventually lost in the
The '75 Cadet baseball season
wasn't overly successful in terms of
win-lose record, but there were sever-
al highlights. The Cadets opened the
season with six non-league games
against competition from the western
part of the state. Defending state
triple "A" champion Shorecrest were
entertained by the Cadets and the
Cadets split with the tough team
from Seattle. Next the Cadets went
to Kennewick for the Kennewick ln-
viational. The Cadets played well
and finished second to Richland. In
league play the Cadets had a record
Junior varsity play was highlighted
by two close losses to rival Davis 2-3
and 1-2. The J.V. schedule was made
as tough as possible in hopes of bet-
ter preparing members for latter var-
At the annual spring sports desert
several varsity baseballers were com-
mended for their achievements dur-
ing the season. Award winners were:
Team captain, Rick Blankg Inspira-
tional, Tom Norstadt: Schlastic
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Anderson .150 6 3 7
Blank .324 27 20 12 0
Conklin .200 6 0 0 O
Coston .200 4 2 5 0
Eliason .269 7 5 3 0
Farley .265 18 13 8 1
Garoutte .235 16 6 6 0
Girard .125 2 2 1 0
Hammerrneister .352 32 22 23 7
Johnson .313 21 7 11 0
Kime .167 1 1 0 0
Kinzel .278 15 13 7 0
Kokenge .050 1 2 0 0
Koreis .063 1 1 0 0
Moore .200 3 4 0 0
Norstadt .171 12 11 16 0
Oliphant .133 2 4 1 0
Roberts .222 2 2 2 0
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Checking his swing in the Moses Lake doubleheader is Tim Farley. Senior first baseman Tom Norstadt shows his swing prior to game.
Competitive girls track finishes Big
The 29 member team attended sev-
eral Invitationals. At the Yakima
Inv., they took first out of 9 teams,
at the Selah Inv., they placed 2nd
out of 7 teams, and out of 15 teams,
the girls placed 4th at Wenatchee.
At District AAA track and field
meet, Eisenhower took first place
out of 9 teams. In three different
events, the girls took 1st place. Julie
Byers 440, Byers, Wane, Fund, and
Clausen 880 relay, and Mary Van-
diver in the discus.
Six girls were eligible for state in
six events. Clausen, 2203 Byers,
440, Byers, Wane, Fund, and Clau-
sen, 880 relay, Halverson, high
jump, and Vandiver, shot and Dis-
A number of school records were set.
Mary Vandiver broke her own
school record in the shot, 39', and
discus, 125' 1.2'. Paula Fund, 80
yd. hurdles, 11.23 Julie Byers, 440,
61.0, Capri Clausen, 220, 26.3,
Clausen, Strong, Wane, Fund,
Clausen 880 relay, 1:46.85 Byers,
Harrington, Manley, Chase, mile
Cindy Manley takes aim and fires the javelin
100'3", her farthest distance.
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Mary Vandiver sets new school record in the shot put by heaving the put a distance of 39'.
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Lisa Gammie attempts to clear the bar of the high jump during the meet against Walla Walla
and Wenatchee. Her best jump was 4 feet 11 inches.
ine Champions with 8-O Win-loss record
n-in-1...a, M -H-
Back: Tammy Manley, Yvonne Harrington,
Loretta Watson, Korynne Halverson, Lisa
Gammie, Jody Wentz, Ann Lillegard, Connie
Mason, Mary Hubner, Lana Weaver, Jacquie
Chase, Merri Hajec. Center: Becky Brand-
mire, Debbie Kurbitz, Suzee Paparazzo,
Kathy Strong, Capri Clausen, Paula Fund,
Jan Wise, Mary Easley, Miss Finny, coach.
Front: Darlene Arambul, Bambie Ables,
Tammy Haubrick, Mary Vandiver, Cindy
Manley, Lori Weaver, Donean Sinsel.
Tammy Manley, runner of the 440 and mile relay, tensefully awaits Holder of school record in 80 yard hurdles, Paula Fund gracefully
the start of the race among her Davis opponents. strides over the hurdle with a time of 11.2 seconds.
New rubberized-asphalt track makes
Head Coach Lee White, along with
Coach Doug Kavanaugh, directed the
Eisenhower Boys' Track team to sec-
ond place in the Big Nine, losing only
once to Walla-Walla. The track team
won the West Valley Invitational, the
Davis Invitational, the Eisenhower
Invitational, and placed first in Sub-
District. They took second in District
and tied for fifth at State.
Several school records were broken.
Bill Roulston set a new triple jump
record of 44' 6lf2". Tom Ross threw
the javelin a record 211' 7". A record
for the discus of 173' 4U was set by
Mike Garrison. Andy Svendsen
jumped a record height of 6' 9lfQ",
and Ken Watson, Glenn Ford, Rex
Young, and Kelly Greene teamed up
for a new school record of 3 minutes
24.3 seconds for the mile relay.
An all-weather rubberized-asphalt
track was installed during the fall.
Old tires were gathered from all over
the state and ground up as compo-
sition material for the track. The
track is expected to last ten years be-
fore a new repaving job is done. This
track now makes Eisenhower eligible
for a state meet, the cost of the track
was a little less than 830,000
Bill Rouston and Glenn Ford were
named co-captains. Bill Roulston
won the most points trophy. Jim
Squires won the Scholastic trophy.
Head Coach Lee White is looking
ahead for a very good team next year.
Exahausted-looking, Gary Cloud strives for first place in the 1500 meters
Breathing very hard, Jim Squires leads the race in the 110 low hurdles.
Eisenhower eligible for a state meet
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Varsity track team members are Mr. Doug
Kavanaugh, Bruce Bacon, Rick Bisconner,
Andy Hefflinger, Rod Bisconner, Glenn Ford
Mike Garrison, Tom Ross, Tyler Schultz
Scott Wonder, Myron Cloud, Dick Hopp
fSec'ond Rozrj Gary Cloud, Brad Munden
Kjell Swedin, Chris Svendson, Brad Baileyl
Gary Webster, Ken Watson, Kelley Greene.
Mike Westmiller, Gregg Hurst, Bob Bigler.
Russ Munden, Rodney Menard, Todd Mark-
ei, Tom Van Gorkum, KBack Row! Dave War-
ner, Jim Renslo, Joey Day, Jim DeCoto. Jim
Lundblad, Bret Zike, Any Svedson, Jeff
Johnson, Darrin Vibbert, Pete Hagen. Brian
Whiteside, Todd Barringer, Matt Scofield,
Glen Phillips, Rob Redman, Jim Squires, For-
rest Smith. Paul Davis. Paul Albert. Eric
Carlson. tStats.l Shawna Gandy. Ray Neifert,
Coach Lee White.
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l ' th h the air, Glenn Ford beats Selah in the mile relay.
With great determination, Tom Ross throws the javelin. F ying roug
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trackmen place second at district meet
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Ben Mayo and Rob Redman relax during practice. Glenn Phillips's extended fingers seem to push the shot further.
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iPhoto courtesy of Herald-Republicl
Eisenhower sophomore Brian White-
side finished sixth at the state
tournament, while the senior team
of Mike Doty and Mike McGuin-
ness finished in the same position
in the doubles competition. Both
Ike entries dropped earlier matches
and worked their ways up in the
The boy's team continuedits dual-
meet win streak, and took a first
at both the Big Nine and district
levels. Whiteside finished first in
district and singles, Doty and Mc-
Guinness first in doubles at district,
thus qualifying for state.
Ike Cadet girls, led by Lisa Mc-
Guinness, also finished first in the
Big Nine, although they had to
share that honor with Pasco's Bull-
dogs. Unfortunately, the best the
girls could do at district was a dis-
appointing fifth. Therefore, the
girls qualified no one for state.
hiteside sixth in state singles
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Dot and McGuinness sixth in doubles
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Tennis team members: Row I KL. to RJ Patty Eschenko, Cheryl Hartley, Kim Smoot. Kelly Bryant, Eileen Septka. Patti Holt. Cindy Poulin.
Connie Forest, Kay Wright, Row 2: Mike Doty, Steve Pratt, Dave Hodgin, Brian Whiteside, Don Elefson, Neil Romney, Patty Bigelow, and
coach Keith Farnum.
Mike Hammermeister carded 76
at Yakima Elks 69 at Yakima Coun-
try Club, for a 36-hole total to win
The team grabbed State AAA title
with a 36-hole total of 609. Other
scores for Ike were Scott Bullek
87-76-154, Dee Harris 78-76-154,
Allen Lacey 75-84-159, and Jim
Varsity placed first at Big Nine
District Tournament in Wenatchee.
Bullek took medalist honors, beat-
ing teammate Hammermeister by
Varsity played four invitational
toumaments, winning two. In Ken-
newick, thet team placed third. In
the Inland Empire Inv., a score-
card error cost 15 strokes, dropping
the team to secondg Hammermeister
won medalist. The team took both
the Yakima and Wenatchee Invi-
tationals, Bullek Yakima medalist.
Stroking to an 18-0 league record,
the team compiled the only unde-
feated record in Big Nine's golf his-
In preparation for the state tournament, held in Yakima, Mike Hammermeister practices the
difficult task of chipping out of a sand trap.
Varsity Front Row: Mike Hammermeister, Allen Lacey, Jim Thomas, Back Row: Dave Raymond, With the right touch, Ron Hanson stroked his
Ron Hanson, Scott Bullek, Dee Harris. ball t0Wa1'Cl the CUP f01' 3 FOUUYIC par.
Varsit golf to the State AAA title
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tees off from the sixth tee. hoping to sink it for a birdie. hole at the Elks Club.
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Several big nine and district victories
KLow Score Winsj
Girls Varsity Basketball
Girls J. V. Basketball
16 14 Carroll
13 15 Davis
23 5 Prosser
36 28 Carroll
6 22 Sunnyside
16 12 Davis
13 20 Wenatchee
27 31 Ellensburg
23 30 West Valley
21 22 Selah
21 22 Wapato
31 22 Toppenish
22 20 Naches
0 2 Zillah
0 2 Selah
2 0 Ellensburg
1 2 Toppenish
2 0 Prosser
2 1 Grandview
1 2 Davis
2 0 Wapato
2 1 Kennewick
2 0 West Valley
1 2 East Valley
1 2 Sunnyside
2 1 White Swan
2 0 Davis
58 56 Selah
64 50 Wapato
92 22 Moses Lake
65 49 Richland
71 43 Wenatchee
82 ' 2 3112 Walla Walla
103 15 Kennewick
73 41 Kamiakin
69 45 Davis
75 39 Pasco
1st, Yakima Inv.
2nd. Selah Inv.
4th. Wenatchee I
4 3 Kamiakin
0 7 Kennewick
1 6 Richland
1 6 Wenatchee
O 7 Moses Lake
30 4 Walla Walla
3 4 Pasco
0 7 Davis
3q 4 Ellensburg
3 4 Ellensburg
2 5 West Valley
4 3 Toppenish
3 4 Selah
Boys Varsity Basketball
Boys J. V. Basketball
won Moses Lake
won La Grande
won Walla Walla
won Walla Walla
won Moses Lake
lst. Wenatchee Inv
1st, Yakima Inv.
2nd. Spokane Inv.
3rd, Kennewick Inv
6 1 Kamiakin
7 0 Kennewick
6 1 Richland
5 2 Wenatchee
7 0 Moses Lake
6 1 Walla Walla
5 2 Pasco
7 0 Davis
7 0 Pendleton
7 O Pendleton
6 1 Ellensburg
7 0 Ellensburg
5 3 Wapato
7 0 West Valley
6 1 Toppenish
7 0 Selah
98 47 Selah
88 57 Wapato
97 48 Moses Lake
101 44 Wenatchee
91 '42 57 U2 Moses Lake
94 51 Richland
65 80 Walla Walla
94 51 Wenatchee
96 49 Kamiakin
88 57 Davis
99 46 Pasco
96 49 Kennewick
Igt, Davis Inv.
lst, West Valley Inv.
lst. Eisenhower Inv.
J. V. Wrestling
J. V. Baseball
4 6 Ellensburg
2 10 Ellensburg
2 9 East Valley
4 5 Selah
10 2 Wapato
10 4 West Valley
6 11 West Valley
14 7 Wapato
5 10 Richland
5 13 Richland
4 7 Wenatchee
3 4 Wenatchee
1 11 Carroll
11 1 Kamiakin
9 10 Kamiakin
7 4 Walla Walla
4 3 Walla Walla
2 3 Davis
1 2 Davis
45 15 Ellensburg
39 17 Pasco
38 26 Samma mish
54 21 Intewr Lake
43 19 Wenatchee
33 17 Ferris
44 16 North Central
33 19 Kennewick
33 22 Toppenish
30 19 Moses Lake
21 33 Sunnyside
33 17 Walla Walla
43 12 West Valley
32 20 Richland
36 18 Davis
38 10 Prosser
42 12 Kamiakin
29 23 Fort Vancouver
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"Mrs. Hessey is excellent, just
simply excellent," commented
Jim Thompson, a junior at Eisen-
hower. Mrs. Ruth Hessey serves
as secretary to Mr. Hurst and the
counselors of Ike. Mrs. Hessey is
in charge of maintaining student
records, and she also helps with
the many tasks that are covered
through the counseling area.
Mrs. Hessey has been at Eisen-
hower for 11 years and in that
time she has made many friends.
Ike junior, Dave Curtis, declared,
"live never seen her in a bad
mood, shels always happy."
The attendance secretary at Ike
is Mrs. Mary Finley. She not
only maintains the attendance
office, but she also records the
attendance and checks out stu-
dents who are ill and need to go
"She's always busy and helpful,"
commented junior Teresa Rhea
about Mrs. Dorothy Barton. Mrs.
Barton serves as the library sec-
retary. She does filing, catalog-
ing, and all other clerical jobs
around the library.
Mrs. Delores St. George is Mr.
Bontrager's secretary. Mrs. St.
George, who came to Eisenhower
during spring trimester last year,
maintains the main office and all
work through that area. She also
serves the teachers of Ike in their
Mrs. Chris Sedge is an office aide
at Eisenhower. She serves in the
main office and does any task
which needs her help. Mrs. Sedge
types for teachers and helps
supervise office help in duplicat-
ing materials sent to the office.
Ike's bookkeeper and secretary to
Mr. Nicholas is Mrs. Carol O'Hal-
loran. Mrs. O'I-Ialloran keeps all
school accounts and monies. She
also works with Mr. Nicholas on
school activities and duties
through the activity office.
Mrs. Ruth Hessey completes
Counseling secretary Mrs. Ruth Hessey contemplates the matter at hand while continuing with
her heavy schedule of duties.
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New attendance policy at Eisenhower keeps Mrs, Mary Finley very busy. Typing the daily office material is Mrs. Delores St. George.
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daily in temporary library quarters.
Mrs. Carol O Halloran enjoys break in budgeting dutiesg senior Becky Waldbauer
does bookkeeping in background.
Cooks and Custodians assume additional
After careful consideration, the
a la carte line was reopened this
year, bringing with it many added
responsibilities. It featured popular
items like hamburgers, soup, sand-
wiches, french fries, and many
others for hungry students.
Head cook Irene Hessler and cooks
Jeanette Chapman, Iris Johnson,
Peggy Lewis, Sandra Pool, and
Vivian Russell prepared lunches
inspired by the school lunch menu,
for Whitney Elementary and Wilson
Jr. High Schools, as well as Eisen-
With expanded lunch provisions,
the litter problem also increased.
Without the industrial mainten-
ance performance of Ike's depend-
able custodians, this problem would
have gotten entirely out of hand. Q
Along with many other important
duties, head custodian Don Bolm
and his assistants Wendell Breed-
ing, Floyd Converse, Lee Keeler,
Bill McCullough, Jessie Macias and
Paul Pratt kept matters well under
Patiently awaiting lunchtime crowds with freshly baked cinnamon rolls is Iris Johnson.
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"We're looking forward to present-
ing many proficiency certificates
this year,', said Mrs. Rigos. The
awarding of the certificates began
last year, and marked advanced
achievement in business educa-
tion and distributive education.
"It's like minoring in business
while in high schoolf' she added.
Students must meet stringent
requirements before being award-
ed the certificates at the end of the
year. Although some awards were
given last year, Mrs. Rigos said a
great deal more would be pre-
sented at the close of the '75-'76
Mrs. Turlington was out for
seven weeks following the birth
of her son Tyler on October 13,
1975. Future Business Leaders
of America held a surprise shower
for her, calling her to a "faculty
meeting" during her leave of
Mrs. Rigos created a new class
for the spring trimester, office
procedures Il. The first four
weeks were spent in exploration
of the various secretarial and
clerical fields. The second four
weeks involved the steps of
searching for, applying for, and
interviewing for a job. And the
final four weeks were spent
studying the human relations
aspect of employment, and the
personality requirements of
specific secretarial and clerical
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Faculty . . . Mr. Demick supplements his lectures with notes on blackboard for career exploration class.
Assignments. . ,
Classes and Degrees. . .
William Demick-intro. to salesmanship,
prin. of advertising, career exploration,
adv. dist. ed., on-the-job trainingg
D.E.C.A. advisorg B.S. University of
ldaho, M.Ed. C.W.S.C. Fred Neumann-
typing, accounting, office machinesg
athletic ticket salesg B.A. E.W.S.C.,
M.A. C.W.S.C. Valerie Rigas-typing,
shorthand, business law, office proce-
dures, F.B.L.A. advisorg A.A. Olympic
College, B.A. C.W.S.C., M.A. C.W.S.C.,
M.Ed. C.W.S.C. Irwin Sonker-account-
ing, typingg F.B.L.A. assistant advisor,
B.A. C.W.S.C., M.Ed. C.W.S.C., Judy
Turlington-shorthand, typing, S.A.E.
advisorgB.A. C.W.S.C., M.Ed.C.W.S.C.
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Mr, Sonker cracks a smile at comment made by student during talk, A chuckling Judy Turlington observes typing student's work.
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"The new library promises to be
an improvement towards better
education for all students,"
commented Mrs. Inge Ricker,
head librarian. Remodeling
created a single library-resource
center containing audio-visual
aids as well as books.
Better book control and better
access to all materials is a care-
fully planned feature of the new
library arrangement. The en-
tire school will benefit from the
more pleasant surroundings and
Students assisted in moving
books to the temporary library,
located in the previous resource
center. Construction began in
October with a February com-
pletion date. Students again
assisted in the complicated work
of moving all resources back into
the new library.
Mr. Loewe's Shakespeare class
is an active group in extracur-
ricular activities. In spring of
'75, ten students traveled to
Ashland, Oregon, to see the
The plays The Petrified Forest,
Oedipus, And Charlie's Aunt
were viewed. Five more plays
Henry VI Part I, All's Well That
Ends Well, Romeo and Juliet,
The Winter's Tale, and Long
Day's Journey Into The Night,
were seen in August after money
raising projects paid for the trip.
Faculty. . .
Assignments. . .
Classes and Degrees. . .
Vickie Fitch-tech. commun., intro. to lit.,
today's world,-Honor Society advisorg
B.A. C.W.S.C., 5th yr. C.W.S.C. Thomas
Kuykendall-Eng., Latin, logicg debate
team, B.A. Gonzaga. Mike LaRiuiere-
writing, intro. to lit., Amer. lit.g football
coachg B.A. C.W.S.C. Eldon Loewe-
Shakespeare, Eng. lit., intro. to lit.,
Writing 45 athletic ticket sales, Scholar-
ship comm., jr. class advisor, B.A. and
M.A., grad. work C.W.S.C. and Azusa
Pacific College. Jerry Marshall-A.V.g
B.A. W.S.U., grad. courses E.W.S.C.
and C.W.S.C. Jane Schwab-writing, Bi
Centennial class, Amer. lit. surveyg
B.A., M.Ed., and grad. work C.W.S.C.
Inge Ricker-head librariang S.B. and
M.S. U.C.L.A. Kris Vestad-assistant
librarian, B.A. in Ed. C.W.S.C. grad.
Remodeled librar brings
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conversing in library during its remodeling.
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The English department spon-
sored a trip to Seattle. There,
Eisenhower students enjoyed
seeing "Cyrano de Bergerac,"
Ca man famous for his valor and
protruding nosel performed by the
Seattle Repertory Theater.
Later in the Winter trimester,
English students went again to
view the Repertory. This time the
company presented "Seven Keys
to Bald Pate," a thoroughly en-
tertaining mystery spoof.
A new system for improving and
correcting writing skills was put
into effect late in the year. Each
teacher was given a recorder and
each student a tape. The student
submitted a paper and then the
teacher gave advice and cor-
rections about it on the tape.
After receiving the tape, the stu-
dent rushed to the library where
he listened to the teacher's sug-
gestions. After hearing the tape,
he made the neccessary correc-
tions on his paper, resubmitted
it, and then had the paper graded.
Faculty. . .
Assignment. I. .
Classes and Degrees. . .
Beverly Aldworth-writing, dealing with
death, vocab. bldg., reading skills,
Senior Class adv., B.A. Univ. of Minne-
sota. Doug Patterson-writing, gram coll.
bd., Tech. comm., N.H.S. head, re-
search, dance supervision, B.A. and
M.A. Univ. of Oregon and C.W.S.C.
Patrick Poulin-English lit., world lit.,
writing, drama, game and dance com-
mittee, attendance office, B.A. C.W.S.C.,
grad work Azusa Pacific College. Geneva
Renn-writing, history and lit. of Israel,
B.A. and M.A. Pacific Univ., grad work
C.W.S.C. and Univ. of Oregon. Rebecca
Scholl-reading skills, publications, Re-
veille, Five Star Journal advisor, N.H.S.
asst. advisor, 6th per. committee chair-
man, B.S. in Ed., Texas Christian Univ.,
M.A. C.W.S.C., grad work C.W.S.C., Univ.
Cver 100 students travel to
Mrs. Geneva Renn enthusiastically plays a favorite melody on her home organ.
English department head Pat Poulin hands out papers to his World Literature class,
Seattle to View HCYIHIIO de Bergerac"
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Mrs. Diane Treat answers student's question. Mike Johnson listens intently, while Mrs. Beverly Aldworth corrects his paper.
New to Eisenhower, Mr. Bais-
inger took the position of teach-
ing prep band, Cadet Choir,
Lancers, guitar, and prep choir.
Under his direction, Lancers and
Choir entered a series of public
performances, ranging from
Christmas programs to Jazz
Mr. Baisinger's main objective
for the 1975-76 year was to expose
his students to as many forms of
music as possible. "There are a
lot of talented people at Eisen-
hower," he commented, "and it's
a real challenge and pleasure to
work with them."
Music theory class was expanded
by Mr. Cairns using new teach-
ing techniques and having stu-
dents write music for a variety
of instruments. The band and
orchestra also participated in a
series of parades, concerts,
ensembles, and games.
Mr. Cairns and Mr. Baisinger
worked together with Mr. Poulin
on the hit musical play "Okla-
homa. Mr. Cairns was in charge
of all instrumental music in the
play, while Mr. Baisinger directed
all vocal music. Both worked
well together and added a lot to
Faculty. . .
Assignments. . .
Classes and Degrees. .
Gary Baisinger-prep band, Cadet choir,
Lancers, guitar, prep choir, B.A.
C.W.S.C. Douglas Cairns-Cadet band,
orchestra, music theory, guitar, stage
band, ensembles, Musical, B.A., M.A.
C.W.S.C. Chuck Naasz-commercial art,
drawing, art survey, advanced art, sculp-
ture, print-making, design, paintingg Art
Guild advisor, B.A., M.A. C.W.S.C. Jim
Smith-photography, photo club advisorg
B.A., B.S. Ed., M.Ed. C.W.S.C. Earl
Wiuff-arts, craftsg asst. Art Guild advisor,
B.A., M.A. C.W.S.C.
84 Fine Arts
New vocal music teacher
Lori LaBeau accompanies on piano as Mr. Gary Baisinger directs Eisenhower's school choir.
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r. Gary Baisinger is welcomed to Ike
Mike Rainford views Mr. Douglas Cairns teach guitar.
Shelly Ganther intently watches Mr. Chuck Naasz perform silkscreen process.
Mr, Jim Smith grirnaces about Reveille and Five Star Journal work while surrounded b rn r' d f h t h
y y 13 o p o ograp yequiprnent in photo room.
A three-trimester program began
this year for all students starting in
any one of the four foreign languages
offered at Ike. For a yearis credit in,
for example, Spanish, a student
takes the class for an entire year
rather than the previous two tri-
mesters and concludes the year
having completed Spanish 3.
The program was adapted to give
students a stronger background in
foreign language as they continue
This program applies to all students
enrolled in Spanish, German,
French and Latin, the foreign
languages offered at Eisenhower.
Spending many long hours after
school assisting students this year
were the teachers of Eisenhower's
Class offerings in math ranged
from practical math, a class de-
signed to help students complete
mathematical problems encountered
in the ususal day, to calculus, a
college-level course offered to
those with a high aptitude and
interestin advanced math.
Practical and technical math,
fundamental and review algebra,
along with algebra 1, 2, and 3 were
offered on an A!Pass-Fail option,
enabling students to take these
classes without hurting their
G.P.A.'s. The advanced classes,
however, were not afforded these
options, for the purpose of college
preparation, grades were given in
Faculty. . .
Assignments. . .
Class and Degrees. . .
Ron Dihel-Beg. Spanish, French, baseball
and asst. wrestling coach, B.A. C.W.S.C.
Eugene McClure-Spanish and Washington
geology, Spanish club advisor, hiking club
co-advisory A.B. Kansas St. College of Pitts-
burg, M.A.T.S. University of New Mexico.
Ben Van Eaton-Beg. Spanish, Germang
German club advisor, B.A. W.S.U., B.Ed.
C.W.S.C., M.A. Stanford. Stewart Han-
son-geometry, int. algebra, trigonometry and
calculus, athletic director and golf coach,
M.A. University of New Mexico. Jack Jen-
nings-geometry and int. algebrag M. Ed.
C.W.S.C. Orville Renslo-algebra and review
algebra, geometry, M.M. Ed. Mac Phail
College, B.S. Winoma St. College.
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Three trimester program
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Mr. Ron Dihel greets student arriving late for French class with a look of dismay.
adopted by Foreign Language Department
Department head Mr. Ben Van Eaton listens intently to confusing section of
German literature read by student.
to explain crucial problems
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Mr. Stewart Hanson confers with mathematics associates Mary
Vandiver and Sue Bacon in calculus class.
Mr. Orville Renslo refers bo blackboard while interpreting
variables to an interested algebra class.
Math and Foreign Language-87
Drivers' education underwent a
transformation of its program.
This latest change involves ten
major units, each consisting of
one driving experience and four
Each learning experience con-
tains four tests, giving the stu-
dent three rnore chances to pass
the exam. When the student has
passed the test, he may automat-
ically move to the next learning
Co-education promises big
changes in P.E. Some classes
involved in this program include
intermediate tennis and golf
classes and the gymnastics pro-
Department chairman Miss Carol
Finney says that the most popu-
lar P.E. classes consistantly are
girls' body conditioning and
boys' weight training.
Mr. Ed Aho transferred to Eisen-
hower from Mercer Island High
School. Mr. Aho teaches P.E.
and practical math and is our
head basketball coach.
Students were saddened by the
untimely death of Mr. Glynn
Moore, December of 1975. Al-
though he was known primarily
for his teaching and coaching
at Davis, he also was instru-
mental in the Ike drivers' educa-
Faculty. . ,
Assignments. . .
Classes and Degrees.
Ed Aho-P.E., practical math, basketball
coachg B.A. C.W.S.C. Keith Farnam-
P.E.g basketball and tennis coachg B.S.
Univ. of Oregon. Ben Farrell-traffic safety
educationg B.S., M.A. C.W.S.C. Carol
Finney-P.E.g department chairman,
cheer advisor, girls' basketball and
track coach, B.A. Pacific Lutheran Univ.,
M.A. C.W.S.C. Ken Meier-traffic safety
educationg B.S. S.P.C., M.A. Univ. of
No. Ariz., grad. Knox College, Univ. of
Cal., C.W.S.C. Ken Merrick-traffic
safety educationg B.A., M.A. C.W.S.C.
Ted Stone-P.E., fundamental algebrag
wrestling coachg B.A., M.Ed. C.W.S.C.
Nellie Wagner-P.E.g girls' volleyball
coach, drill team advisorg B.S. W.S.U.,
88 P E. and Services
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Transformation of Drivers
New classroom studies organization takes only a portion of the time of driver instructors Ken
Merrick, Ben Farrell, Larry Clark and Ken Meier.
Consulting stop watch, new staff member Mr. Ed Aho supervises physical education classes.
Education furthers individualized stud
Miss Carol Finney reflects delight at skills of girls' basketball team.
Wrestling pointers for boys' P.E. class absorbs Mr. Keith Famam.
Marilyn Little receives help solving algebra problem from Mr. Ted Stone.
Enjoying humorous mornent, Mrs. Nellie Wagner laughs with Glenn Ford.
P.E. and Services-89
Mr. Clayton Frazier is continually
simplifying his biological views to
provide a basic, understandable
insight to life. His "spaceship
earthl' concept provides students
with an understanding of them-
selves, their environment, and how
they fit into this environment.
The potential of "spaceship earthl'
is another basic concept. As the
population of earth continues to
increase, man must learn how to
make better use of his resources.
Along with the concept of the
"spaceship earth" and its potential,
students learn some basic views
which will be valuable throughout
Medical Careers, a class taught in
the spring by Mr. Ken Bongers, pro-
vides insight into careers in different
fields of medecine.
Mr. Lee White's chemistry classes
are highlighted with periodic labs
that put into practice laws of basic
chemistry covered in Mr. White's
exciting and interesting lectures.
The sound of breaking glass is com-
mon while students attempt experi-
ments covered by these labs.
Faculty. . .
Assignments. . .
Classes and Degrees.
Ken Bongers-biology, marine biology, ad-
vanced biology, medical science, driver's
training, attendance office, basketball
coach, advisor of marine biology and medical
careers clubsg B.S. Gonzaga Univ., M.E.S.
C.W.S.C., grad. work Univ. Wash., Mont.
State, St. Martins College, W.W.S.C., re-
search work Univ, of Cal. Art Ellis-biology,
head football coach, B.A. and M.A. C.W.S.C.
Clayton Frazier-biology, environmental
biology, asst. football coach, scuba club
advisor, B.A. C.W.S.C., M.S. Univ. Utah.
grad. work Univ. of Neb., Univ. of Wash.,
and Univ, of Utah, Jan Mettler-astronomy,
chem. survey, electronics, physics, practical
math., hiking and science fiction club ad-
visorg B.Ed. and B.A. C.W.S.C. Leland
White-chemistry, track and cross country
coach, letterman's club advisor, B.S. and
M.T.P.S. at Idaho.
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Science classes provide
Constantly on his feet, Mr. Lee White seems prepared to answer any chemistry questions.
Mr. Art Ellis smiles while presenting Glenn Ford Captain's Award at fall sports banquet,
students with aluable in ight to life
Mike Fahsholtz and Mr. Jan Mettler discuss physics. Students observe as Mr. Ken Bongers shocks worms from ground.
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The resource center, which was
gutted by last year's fire, has
been transformed into a beauti-
ful new facility. The resource
center boasts a large storage room
for texts, study aides, and a spa-
cious room which may be divided
into smaller rooms by the use of
a room divider. Social studies
classes have the option to use it
for large and small groups and
seminars with speakers.
During October and through Feb-
ruary, the resource center tem-
porarily housed the library while
the old library was completely
stripped to contain, not only
literature, but also visual re-
New to the staff this year is Mr.
Doug Kavanaugh, a graduate of
the University of Washington.
Mr. Kavanaugh replaced Mr.
Putney and Mr. Snyder. The
social studies department's staff
is down due partly to the decrease
in student enrollment.
Mrs. Hopkins's main objective
in her indian studies class is to
include an unprejudiced account
of indian heritage in American
studies. She is also trying to cor-
rect misconceptions that some of
our history books have. The class
was enriched by many guest
speakers and was fortunate in
going on field trips.
Faculty. . .
Assignments. . .
Classes and Degrees. . 1
Edna Bailey-psych., anthropologyg chmn.,
instructional committee,g B.A. Northwest
Nazarine Coll., M.Ed. C.W.S.C., grad
Reed Coll. Jim Bryant-CWP, U.S. history,
bowling coach, asst. football coachg B.A.
C.W.S.C., M.A. in Ad. Supervision. George
Carlson-U.S. History, traffic control ad-
visor, M,S. Univ. Omaha. Mary Lee Hop-
kins-Indian studies, B.A. Ed. C.W.S.C.
grad. Willamette Univ., Univ. of Wales,
Univ. of London. Doug Kavanaugh-CWP,
U.S. history, asst. track coach, Green
River Comm. Coll., Univ. of Washington.
Farrell Rornig-CWP, sociologyg asst. base-
ball and track coach, contest Committee,
B.A. M.Ed. Whitworth Coll.
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The infant school lab experience
program was offered for the first
time at Ike under the careful guid-
ance of Mrs. Meryl Fishback in co-
operation with Yakima Valley Col-
lege. The concept of the lab features
students working with infants and
their parents, learning and pre-
paring for the many aspects of
"This program is tremendously
worthwhile for Eisenhowerf, stated
Mrs. Fishback. "It enlightens stu-
dents as to what is involved in rais-
ing children, and it prepares them
for parenthood and family planning,
something which is really needed in
The parents and children come to
Ike while taking a family life par-
enting course at Yakima Valley Col-
lege. Shirley Herrud, supervising
that course, commented, "The stu-
dents at Eisenhower have shown a
great enthusiasm for the program.
The parents of children also enjoy
the program and have received
many benefits from it."
Faculty. . .
Assignments. . .
Classes and Degrees.
Sarah Brown-bachelor living, home furnish-
ings, family living, foods and nutrition,
Advisor F.H.A., class advisor, building im-
provement committee, B.A. C.W.S.C. Meryl
Fishback-home ec., exploring childhood,
clothing and textiles, B.A. C.W.S.C. Fred
Greer-know your car, metal shop, vocational
auto shop, advisor VICA, B.A., B.S.
C.W.S.C. Robert Heimgartner-vocational
agriculture, advisor FFA, M.S., B.S.
C.W.S.C. George Kreiger-plastic fabrica-
tion, woodworking, photography, chairman
vo-tech. department, M.A. C.W.S.C. Carl
Plumb-practical math, metal shop, weld-
ing, woodworking, B.A. C.W.S.C. Richard
Shannon-drafting, model aeronautics, asst.
track coach, asst. football coach, M.A.
C.W.S.C. Gayle Van Hoose-Remedial Edu-
cation, advisor Ushers Club and Special
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Workshop offered for first time at IKE
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ing technique as sophomore Kevin Marr intently watches.
Mrs. Sarah Brown helpingly works with hardworking senior
Janis Coburn on houseplan layout in Home Furnishings class.
Steve Zike receives help from Mr. Fred Greer in Know Your Car.
Seen through shop equipment, Mr. Carl Plumb conducts Welding class.
Eisenhower's Bicentennial year has
been characterized as one of change.
The three counselors divided their
attention by alphabetical division,
giving each counselor an equal
number of students.
Students are encouraged to seek
personal advice from the counselor
with.whom they have the best re-
lationship, yet any school matters
are best taken to the counselor ap-
propriately designated by alphabet.
This new system allows quick aid to
more students. The counselors
agree that it has brought them
closer as a team, and working to-
gether gives each student the help
he deserves. It takes pressure off a
counselor who used to be in charge
of a 500 member class. They now
have equal amount of students,
and can reach them more effec-
tively. More meaningful contact
with the students can take place,
and each counselor knows infor-
mation needed for each of the three
The reorganization of the counse-
lors parallels the regular meetings
of administrators who assemble
weekly to plan responsibilities.
Mr. Mark Bontrager commented,
"To walk the halls of Eisenhower
will graphically display elements
of change through sight and touch.
The remodeled west wing and li-
brary bring an inspiring new look
to our building. Not necessarily
change yet very welcome at any
high school campus is the very
positive, 'productive attitude of a
large group of Ike students.
"High achievement, job acquisi-
tion, firm preparation for college,
typifies activities of the Eisenhower
students. Success or failure has
been important, but not so much
as the emphasis on how one per-
"Our students are the heart of the
beginning of the next hundred
years of success change in America.
Bicentennial year at Ike
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Junior class committee member Laurie Mooney discusses Class activities with Jim Connor
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Mr. Bontrager sits on Santa's lap as ifto make Christmas wishes. Owen Hurst tums away from desk while creating class schedules.
Assistant principal Jack Micholas congratulates Becky Waldbauer when she is tapped into National Honor Society during the winter tapping
Ike represented b Ton Soper at
Tony Soper, as U.S,E. vice-presi-
dent, regularly attended school
board meetings. After observing the
meeting, Tony then carried back
reports for discussion at cabinet
The 75-76 Board got under way on
September 16, with Dr. Warren
Starr as the new Superintendent
of Schools in District 1347. Dr. Starr
replaced Dr. Jack Frisk who left
Yakima for Olympia in July.
A main idea discussed this year was
the okaying of the school budget.
This was done at the first meeting.
Also, Miss Helen Peterson pre-
sented several curriculum com-
mittee reports at the meeting.
Members of the 75-76 Board areg
Presidentg Mrs. Virginia Hislop,
Mrs. Joanne Yost, Mr. Chuck Nel-
son, Dr. Dale Miller, and Dr.
Michael Taylor. These members
receive no remuneration for work
contributed to students.
Mrs. Virginia Hislop enjoys lunch in the new
productions room at Ike.
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from Kelly Cox and Lynn Burleson of the Reveille staff.
monthly sess1on of D1st. 7 school board
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cussed whrle attendmg meetmg
Board members get settled before the flrst meetmg begms School Board members for the 1975 1976 school year are KL to Rj Mr Chuck Nelson
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Taking a first place competing in
Girls, Extemperaneous speaking at
the State Forensics Tournament,
Elaine Ostrander became the first
person from Eisenhower to attend a
national debate tournament.
Ostrander's achievement was es-
pecially rare, considering this was
her first year of competition. Coach
Thomas Kuykendall treated her to
a steak dinner in honor of her ac-
Seven seniors, comprising over half
of the debate team, participated
regularly for Eisenhower at touma-
ments throughout the Pacific North-
west. Among these seniors, N.F.L.
chapter president Greg Butler was
swing on the three-man team that
finished first at district and went
Butler also took first in both Im-
promptu and Extemperaneous at
district and fifth in Boys' Ex-
temperaneous speaking at the same
tournament that qualified Ostrand-
er for nationals, these awards cul-
minated Butler's third year debate
Active debate teams throughout
the majority of the season were,
Greg Butler and Ron Weingarten,
Jim Thompson and Tony Soper,
Mike Jessup and Elaine Ostrand-
Other team members included:
Pat Ballew, Steve Rosandich, Steve
Cook, Tom Huard, Bill Kosten,
Salli Geisert, Brian Kerns, and
The individuals above toiled many
hours attempting to raise funds for
the debate effort as the impact of
inflation and a corresponding
budget cut hit the team at the same
time. Personal expenditures aver-
aged about thirty dollars a trip for
each debater with the student mak-
ing up the difference of expenses
of seven tournaments during the
year. Active debaters spent over
two hundred dollars of their own
funds in travel expenses alone.
stran der to ationalsg
Greg Butler displays glaring contempt for unsuccessful opponents during classroom debate.
All is not complete seriousness, as debaters Elaine Ostrander, Jim Thompson, and Ron Wein-
garten depart for Sammamish toumament. Ron demonstrates sardme pack travel style.
Butler sweeps District competition
Elaine Ostrander strikes a dramatic pose in disbelief of her partner's line of
reasoning during preparatory debate for Forensic toumament.
Debate coach Tom Kuykendall oversees loading van as Ike de-
baters prepare to leave on another tournament.
Debate team members Tom Huard, Jim Thompson, Bill Kosten, Margaret Organ, John De Grasse, Mike Jessup, Elaine Ostrander, Greg But-
ler, and Steve Rosandich assemble before trophy case filled with debate awards.
The Reveille staff for the first
time in its history produced a
color senior section.
In order to meet the tremendous
costs involved in color pages,
Reueille sponsored a number of
fundraising activities. The first
aftergame dance and Winter
Tolo got the staff into the fund-
Two movies, "Ladies 8: Gentle-
men, The Rolling Stonesf, and
"Anne of a Thousand Days,"
brought the full-color graduates
closer to a reality. The Friday
morning doughnut sales were the
finishing touches for the budget.
Reueille has been inspired both
by the new productions room
Cbuilt after the firej they occupy
and by the Bicentennial spirit.
The staff chose to relax from their
busy schedule at the Yakima
Valley Museum to show their
Second Year Members:
First Year Members:
Jacquie de La Chapelle
Color Senior Section tops off
Reueille staff member Brad Whiting works intently on a layout to meet spring deadline.
First year members of Rev eille gather in the General Store at Museum to catch the stage.
Bicentennial Year for Reueille
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Editor Cyndi Peterson enjoys a dance with her fat er
With a new advisor, room, and equip-
ment, the Five Star Journal staff pro-
duced a paper of a quality previously
unknown to Eisenhower since the
school first started nearly twenty years
Running both the paper and year-
book at once, Mrs. Rebecca Scholl
was under great pressure to see that
both classes met their deadlines on
time. Five Star was housed in a new
"productions" room built after the
old one was firedamaged, and was
published using professional printing
The school bid for and purchased an
IBM composer, capable of typing
finished newspaper copy. It features
an 8000-character memory bank and
automatic correcting of mistakes. The
total cost of the composer was about
339000, it will have paid for itself by
Under the direction of advisor and
editors, new, different and more stu-
dent-oriented material went into the
Five Star Journal. Interschool news
was given top priority, informing stu-
dents of events relating directly to
Staff members were: Advisor, Mrs. Re-
becca Scholl, Editor-in-chief, Andy
Evanger, assistant editor, Greg Butler,
news editor, Pam Prediletto, feature
editor, Paulette George, sports editor,
Gerri Stratton, business editor, Dorin-
da Watson, exchange editor, Tammy
Cook, feature writers, Susan Bacon,
Jean Coppers, Pam Wyrick, John Ed-
wards, Lori Orme, Nelson Kester, news
reporters, Don Charbonneau, Tamra
Goehner, Susan Shick, Leann Kukuk,
Michelle Stangl, Cindy Potts. Staff
artist, Dave Curtis. Photos were by
Eisenhower production staff, Bill Eells,
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Editor Andy Evanger and business editor Dorinda Watson confer as Tammy Cook watches.
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While touring the Herald Republic newspaper, Five Star Journal staff members pause next to top halfof the three-story-high paper presses.
Five Star Journal-107
Creative photographers use talents
An important and very necessary
section of the Reueille's all-student
staff is the photo productions crew.
These talented and aspiring young
photographers devoted many long
hours to the production of quality
prints for use in Reveille and Five
Mr. James Smith, photo produc-
tion's colorful instructor, proved
himself to be an informative and
dedicated teacher. When ques-
tioned, Mr. Smith laughingly pro-
claimed, "Teaching photo produc-
tions is a hair-raising experience.
I don't know if there's a record of a
teacher running away from school,
but I'm threatening! "
Despite the fun and informal at-
mosphere which is completely evi-
dent in the photo room, the pho-
tographers are a highly productive
and well-organized group.
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Jay Grauman prepares for work in the lab.
108 Photo Productions
As this year's head photographer, Bill Eells participated in one of many planning sessions
Lynn Harden and Mike McElroy carefully spot some rush orders for a Reveille deadline
to supplement Rev elle and Five Star
Thoughts far away, Douga Moore developes his film by reflex.
Randy Alexander and Bob Bigler take a break from spotting duties,
Eric Gress attentively listens to his day's work orders.
Mr. James Smith, or "coach,'l gives Kyle Braden tips on printing.
N.H.S. members and student body
were challenged by Yakima's first
woman mayor, Betty Edmondson.
Mayor Edmondson delivered her
speech to students in a general
assembly on April 28. This is the
first time in many years that the
N.H.S. tapping has been held be-
fore all students. In past years it
was held in the Little Theater be-
fore ticket only audiences.
After spring tapping the National
Honor Society proudly hails 84
members. Next year's National
Honor Society will start the year
with the 21 juniors that were tapped
in the spring of this year.
Honor Society membership follow-
ing spring tapping includes senior
members Sue Ackerman, Vicki
Adams, Sue Bacon, Marian Baer,
Nancy Bocek, Erika Brandt, Mike
Chrisom, Owen Dennison, Greg
Donohue, Bill Eells, Kim Fluegge,
Keri Firehammer, Glenn Ford, Salli
Geisert, Mardell Groenig, Ron
Hanson, Yvonne Harrington, Dolor-
es Hecht, Dean Hefflinger, Kellye
Holder, Dave Hollinberger, Tamare
Howell, Mark Johnson, Tim Ken-
nedy, Tom Kennedy, Patricia Kirk-
wood, Kris Kreutzman, Sheryldene
Klaus, Heidi Lewis, Steve Lieb,
Mike McGuinness, Terry McKen-
na, Bonnie McManigal, Sherri Mar-
shall, Ben Mayo, Sue Mays, Larry
Meyn, Doug Moore, Pam Mullen,
Janet O'Halloran, Elaine Os-
trander, Cindy Potts, Cynthia
Poulin, Sharon Redmond, Shirley
Roby, Diane Rowell, Warren Sa-
decki, Steve Soos, Tony Soper, Jim
Squires, Tina Stauffacher, Mark
Strother, Lorene Thaxton, Carrie
Thomas, Mary Vandiver, Torn
VanGorkom, Lorna Varney, Becky
Waldbauer, Ron Weingarten, Leslie
White, Brad Whiting, Scott Won-
der, Mike W. Young. Junior mem-
bers tapped in this year Bruce
Bacon, Barbara Buckingham, Shel-
ley Cartier, Scott Crollard, Mike
Eickerman, Kathy Fohn, Shawna
Gandy, Nancy Hovis, Scott Hun-
ziker, Stephanie Irwin, Jim Lund-
blad, Mary Nuzum, Allen Opfer,
Phillip Ricker, Neil Romney, Linda
Schactler, Evelyn Shoemaker,
Tamlyn Thomas, Vikki Wall, Mark
Woods, Paul Woods.
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First Woman mayor of
Edmondson, speaks to
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Under the N.H.S. symbol, first woman mayor of Yakima, Betty Edmondson, speaks to N.H.S.
Kellye Holder, Glenn Ford, Janet O'Halloran and Mike Young perform candle lighting cere-
. .S. members
Mr. Jack Nicholas congratulates Dean Hefflinger N.H.S.
Lorna Vamey steps up
to accept N.H.S. membership during spring tapping.
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Sherri Marshall and Sharon Redmond welcome new N.H.S. National Honor Society members and parents enjoy reception after tapping.
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Practice was the main word in the
vocabulary of band members. Hours
upon hours of practice, some during
class time, some outside, were re-
quired to maintain quality in the
many performances of the Ike band.
Eisenhower's band is composed of
several sub-division: Concert,
Marching, and Pep Bands, as well
as band members who participated
in the musical orchestra and two
features-Flag Team and Guitar
Ensemble. Many members took
part in two or more of these divi-
sions, showing a real sense of dedi-
Cadet Marching Band performed at
home football games and the Yaki-
ma Sunfair Band-O-Rama, where
they placed second over-all. Pa-
rades were also a major undertaking,
with the band participating in the
following: Ellensburg Rodeo, Yaki-
ma Sunfair, Veteran's Day, Christ-
mas Festival, Apple Blossom, Ab-
botsford International Band Festi-
val, and Memorial Day Parades.
Fall and Christmas Music Festivals
and the All-City Spring Music
Festival were the major perform-
ances of Concert Band.
Traveling to Pullman, the Pep
Band played at the WSU vs. Stan-
ford basketball game. Later in the
year they played in Wenatchee for
our own basketball game, as they
also did for all home games and pep
It's said there's a first time for
everything, and this was the first
year for Ikeis Flag Team. Twelve
spirited girls twirled red and white
flags perched on eight-foot poles,
adding not on only color, but an
element of style to the marching
A new class offered at Ike, Guitar
Ensemble, developed into a per-
forming group. These advanced
guitar students played contem-
porary music for area grade schools,
nursing homes, and ladies' groups.
Bandls many faces provide
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Pottenger perform in music program. each drill peff0l'med by the band.
Variety of delights to eyes and ears
Joint practice sessions enable Band, Flag, and Drill Teams to coordinate halftime shows.
Faces of band members show concentration.
Pep assemblies often feature a jazzy interlude provided by the Pep Band's brass section. Bundled Flag Team practice routines.
Band member hip perform
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Klaus: Cecilia Brimmer, Terry Camper, :gf A "' 5 4' ,
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Central'Washington State Fair features Cadet Band during sun-filled afternoon program.
Drill Team, Cadet Band, and Flag Team skillfully execute crown formation, a feat accomplished only after hours of diligent practice.
Majorettes Gaila Caldwell and Debbie Hoff Flag Team members, KL. to RJ: Mademoiselles Brimmer, Varney, Klaus, Camper, Hamilton,
pause for brief rest during active day. Schmidt, Cargill, Irwin, Redmond, Seabury, and Thompson pose smartly in half-circle.
Drum Major Kevin Mabry stands at attention during inspection. Guitar Ensemble members, led by Mr. Cairns, tackle difficult song.
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Sunny outdoor fall performance by Cadet Concert Band, featuring bicentennial theme, opens festive 1975 Central Washington State Fair.
Sustained quality of performance gained
The 1975-'76 Eisenhower chamber
orchestra was small in number but
highly gifted with musicianship. The
orchestra performed in two concerts
during fall and winter trimesters be-
fore the class was closed due to its
Steve and Peter Soos and Brian
Kerns were selected to participate in
the All State Select Orchestra.
Hundreds of applications for this
distinction were received from the
Eisenhower is looking forward to a
larger group next year although even
with the small amount of members
for this year, the nucleus of the group
was very talented.
The members of the 1976 orchestra
include Peter Soos, Terry Rosen-
kranz and Sandy Gayken on violin,
Steve Soos on bass, Michele Thomp-
son and Ruth Roady playing flute,
Brian Kems on the horn and Carole
Franklin on clarinet.
In band room, Paul Culbertson, Steve Soos and Peter Soos demonstrate musical abilities
Mr. Doug Cairns, Terry Rosenkranz, Sandy Gayken, Ruth Roady, Michele Thompson, Paul Culbertson, Carole Franklin and Brian Kerns practice
for performance on the Little Theatre stage.
with unusually small member orchestra
Doug Cairns intently directs orchestra when seen between violinists Sandy Gayken and Terry Rosenkranz in Little Theatre during rehearsal.
Student teacher David King leads orchestra in Christmas program.
Orchestra members become totally involved in music while playing
The U.S.E. Cabinet discovered
themselves in the midst of a con-
troversy due to a spring over-ex-
penditure in athletics. Because of
this problem, the funds supplied to
other school-related activities were
cut drastically during tense closed-
door budget sessions with help from
Considering the fact that this
dilemma severely hampered dis-
bursement of funds, U.S.E. added
a new item and attempted to assist
the Reveille with five hundred
dollars financial support in light of
the special bicentenial issue.
Parlimentary procedure was adopt-
ed by the Cabinet at the beginning
of the year, this was later abandoned
due to nonproductivity at meetings.
An impressive drive to sell U.S.E.
cards to Cadets was a major under-
taking during the first trimester.
U.S.E. officers included: president,
Tom Kennedy, vice-president, Tony
Soper, secretary, Lynn Burlesong
treasurer, Kellye Holder, social af-
fairs chairman, Greg Hinton and
publicity chairman, Salli Geisert.
The cabinet included seniors, presi-
dent, Ron Weingarteng vice-presi-
dent, Carrie Thomasg secretary,
Kelly Cox, and treasurer, Vicki
Adams. Juniors: president, Vance
Christie, vice-president, Mary Nu-
zumg secretary, Linda Schactler and
treasurer, Karen Schinkel. ,Sopho-
mores: president, Ron Peterson, vice-
president, Jeff Waldbauerg secretary,
Jean Marking and treasurer, Kathy
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A smiling Tom Kennedy shies away from photographer while performing presidential duties.
Tony Soper uses his pen to gesture in a futile attempt to make a point of order in keeping with
in hassle over budget expenditure
U.S.E. officers Standing, KL. to RJ: Vance Christie, Salli Geisert, Lori Lovering, Tony Soper, Kellye Holderg Seated: Lynn Burleson, Ron
Weingarten, Mary Nuzum, Tom Kennedy, and Greg Hinton.
Salli Geisert and Greg Hinton display varying stages of interest as a jovial Lynn Burleson displays fascinating picture at U.S.E. meeting.
r. Gar Baisinger heads choir dept .g
Mr. Gary Baisinger, who replaced
Mr. Jim Durado in the spring of 1975,
arranged many activities that kept
Cadet Choir busy over the year.
The Choir performed fall, winter,
and Christmas concerts for students
and parents. They also performed
with the Spokane Symphony in the
Davis Auditorium, and in the All
City Music Festival held in the Ike
Gymnasium in May.
Exchange concerts were held with
Davis and Curtis High of Tacoma.
In this exchange, the Davis and Cur-
tis High choirs performed at Eisen-
hower, and the Eisenhower choir per-
formed at Davis and Curtis High.
The Curtis High trip was an over-
nighter that all the choir members
Mr. Baisinger commented, "I feel the
choir made great strides this year."
He also said he felt that, by the end
of the year, the choir had a really
Doug Andrews receives advice from Mr. Gary Baisinger and Mr. Pat Poulin during rehearsal
Cadet Choir performs for students and parents during the fall evening concert held in the cafeteria.
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Mr. Dave King conducts Cadet Choir during the winter concert performed for students. Mr. King was a student teacher in the band department.
Disliking photographers, Jim Squires takes aim. Conducting practice for Prep Choir is Mr. Baisinger.
Lancer perform at various event
The busy Lancers' fall activities in-
cluded the N.H.S. tapping and sing-
ing for various clubs and organiza-
tions in Yakima.
In the winter months several mem-
bers played in the smash hit musical,
"Oklahoma!" After the musical,
Lancers traveled with the Cadet
Choir to perform in Tacoma.
Yakimals junior highs and other dis-
trict schools received performances.
The Lancers also competed in a jazz
contest in Gresham, Oregon. Besides
the traditional pop songs, Lancers
tried jazz and other styles.
The Davis Die Meister singing group
and the Lancers enjoyed joint co-
operation which resulted in learning
experiences for both groups.
This group is to be heartily com-
mented for generously donating their
time and talent.
Lancer Rodger Scheibner as Ali Hakim, sings with cowboys Dave Shoemaker and Dave Prentice.
Lancers entertain parents and students during the Christmas Music Festival with traditional pop tunes and jazz selections new to the group
in contests, and for communit functions
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ner, Lisa Knocker, Paul Woods, Connie Baisingerg Row 2 Nicki Byers, Brian Kerns, include Ben Mayo, Todd Barringer, and
Nashem, Kyle McLachlan, Janet Hendricks, Valerie Frank, Brad Munson, Cindy Peter- Kellye Holder at the piano.
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Drill Team receives superior rating at
Not only receiving a superior rating
in state, the Hi-Steppers also
achieved 44.5 points out of a max-
imum of 50 in competition against
schools such as Davis, Kent, West
Valley, Wentachee and other schools
Many fund-raising projects were
sponsored by all members. A pie-in-
the-face contest was held with Mr.
Fred Newman receiving a banana
cream pie, zestily delivered by Mrs.
Valerie Rigos. Senior Kelly Greene's
pie was composed of whipped cream
and limburger cheese. Th tradition-
al Father-Daughter Dance, "My
Heart Belongs to Daddy," and the
annual spring Tolo, "Sunshine, Lolli-
pops and Rainbows," produced fond
memories for all who attended.
Other activities included football
and basketball half-times, and the
Ellensburg, Sunfair, Christmas,
Memoral and Shrine parades. During
basketball season, the Drill Team,
accompanied by pep band, per-
formed at half-time at the Stanford-
W.S.U. game. Hi-Steppers also
traveled to Moscow, Idaho, re-
ceiving first place in parade compe-
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Final rehearsal before Ike-Davis basketball game finds Hi-Steppers performing at pep assembly.
Awaiting call from captain Bonnie McManigal, Drill Team prepares introductory movement to begin their exciting routine at night performence.
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State competition in Wenatchee, April 4
Various techniques used in formations demonstrate Drill Teamis crea-
Shirley Roby, Tina Stauffacher, Joan Benoit and Janet O'Halloran, wait
for introduction of the pie-in-the-face contest.
At attention Keri Firehammer and Mary Easley await next command.
Row One: Lori lrsfeld, Trina Hosmer, Rosanne Kennedy, Sherri Mar-
shall, Sue Ackerman, Mary Nuzumg Row Two: Betty Jolley, Vicki Krous,
Lori Gunter, Jan Bennett, Jill Wilstromg Row Three: Karen Schinkel,
Kathy Lemke, Shirley Roby, Janet O'Hallorang Row Four: Libby Bar-
nett, Liz Breyhan, Connie Forest, Coleen Huck, capt. Bonnie McMani-
gal: Row Five: Keri Firehammer, Mary Easley, Amy Hunter, Lori Hun-
ter, Row Six: Jenny Orton, Debbie Andreas, Cindy Hart, Kristi Nel-
son, Tammie Howell, lt. Diane Phillipsg Row Seven: Tina Stauffacher,
Yvonne Harrington, Joan Benoit, Julie Stratton, Linda Schactlerg Not
Psctured: mgr., Patty Eshenko, Mindi Fiskness, Mrs. Nellie Wagner,
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Red and Blue cheerleader squads utilize
Voting last year decided to have six
girls in two separate cheer groups
having less work for those involved
and better chance for more girls to
Especially winter season, too many
sports utilized cheerleaders, yet all
athletics deserved cheer support.
Consequently, red and blue squads
were formed. Sports were divided
up, and each girl purchased one
uniform, which cut down on ex-
Red squad, cheerleading for foot-
ball, wrestling, and track, were
Fran Jaeger, Jan Harris, Jackie
Stotle, Kim Fluegge, Pam Pierce,
Julie Lemke. These girls raised
money for their trip to state for wres-
tling. Blue squad, cheering for cross
country, basketball and baseball,
were Barb Wane, Terri Riley, Ca-
mille Jensen, Julie Eckel, Kim Car-
son, and Nicki Byers. They sold
ribbons featuring spirited slogans,
adding to the excitement of crowds
prior to and during games.
By adding another squad, the girls
were able to support girls' athletics.
The new system proved useful and
fair. The public and girls enjoyed
the two squads.
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Serving with other cheerleaders at school board luncheon, Terri Riley explains special arrangements to Mr. Mark Bontrager and Mr. Ed Aho.
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Cheering cross country, basketball, and baseball, are Nicki Byers, Barb Wane, Kim Carson, Terri Riley, Julie Eckel, and Camille Jensen.
Quill and Scroll is an honorary
club composed of students in the
two journalism classes, Five-
Star Journal and Reueille. After
eight years of inactivity, the club
was revived through the efforts of
Mrs. Rebecca Scholl and es-
pecially active journalism class
members. Among their many
activities include. participation
in a joint meeting of Eisenhower
and Davis Quill and Scroll mem-
bers and raising funds to buy
Quill and Scroll pins. The club
also published a collection of
Eisenhower students' creative
writing in the spring.
A field trip to Leavenworth got
the German Club off to a lively
start October 4. Other activities
included a progressive German
dinner in December and a skat-
ing party in January financially
supported by bake sales. Mr. Ben
Van Eaton advised the group.
One of Eisenhower's larger clubs
is GALES, composed of girls who
have earned varsity or JV letters
during the year. Led by advisor
Miss Carol Finney, GALES held
a rummage sale that supported
a trip to Seattle to see a Sonics
Pep Club, one of Ike's most in-
volved clubs, held a welcoming
tea in September to discuss ten-
tative plans for the year. Their
first major project was organiz-
ing Homecoming activities, cli-
maxing with the Homecoming
Dance October 18. Girls from all
three classes got together to plan,
advertise, and decorate for the
well-executed dance. Other ac-
tivities included sign painting
for sports activities, organizing
rooter buses, and supplying pep
at assemblies, as well as at
games. Mrs. Diane Treat was the
Traffic Control force was headed
by Jay Templin and advised by
Mr. George Carlson. The main
activities of this group are main-
taining safe school crossings be-
fore and after school, directing
traffic, and assisting parking
cars at the school grounds during
football and basketball games.
"The new light at 44th and Tie-
ton has helped a lot this year,"
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dentg Ben Chamberlain, vice-presidentg Phil
Rose, treasurerg and Stephanie Fohn, sec-
retary, display map of German folklore.
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Members are Dan Derry, Kathy Fohn, Laurie
Julius, Dave Leonard, Greta Palm, Dan
Renneberg, Steve Rosandich, Mary Van-
diver, and Scott Wall.
Officers of pep club are president Lori Lover
ing, vice-president Tina Stauffacher, sec
retary Betsy Seabury, treasurer Sue Mays,
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Karen Schinkel, senior Janet O'Hall0ran,
and sophomore Carleen Ponto.
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Officers of GALES are vice-president Kristi Nelson, social chairman
Mona Norman, president Patty Eshenko, treasurer Jill Wikstrom and
secretary Yvonne Harrington.
A traffic control force consisting of Ken Dillinger, Len Boche, captain
Jay Templin, and Kris Kreutzman contributed to the safety of students
attending Eisenhower. Not Pictured: Phil Slutz.
Quill and Scroll club members: Standing,
John Edwards, Jacquie deLaChapelle, Sue
Shick, Terri Riley, Sherri Strmiska, Kathy
Fohn, Susan- Bacon, Sheryldene Klaus,
Leann Kukuk, Gerri Stratton, Lynn Burle-
son, Vicki Alford, Greg Butlerg Seatedg pres.
Cyndi Potts, Kelly Cox, Sue Eckenborn,
Dorinda Watson, Tamra Goehner, Vikki
Wall, Laurie Valderhaug, Michelle Stangl,
Nancy Rogers, sec.-treas. Pam Wyrick, Pam
Predilettog And On Floorg vice-pres. Dave
Curtis, sgt. at arms Scott Leonard, and pub,
chrm. Jim Thompson.
The Trailblazers, Eisenhower's
hiking club, hiked over 45 miles.
Many of the hikes were overnight,
and students had to provide their
own transportation and equipment.
Along with overnight hikes, club
members also took a field trip to a
recreational co-op in Seattle where
some members bought equipment
for the biggest event of the club, a
climb of Mt. Adams.
'tDrama Club provided a forum for
the many Ike students interested in
drama to exchange ideas about
acting and related activitiesf'
commented Rodger Scheibner, club
president. Many drama club mem-
bers attended seminars on acting
provided for students throughout
the year, and several worked on,
and acted in, the school productions
'LCharley's Aunt" and "Oklahoma"
Karate Club expanded greatly by
offering classes to anyone interested
in the martial arts, regardless of
whether or not they attended Eisen-
hower. "At one point," said club
president Dan Miner, "we had more
graduates and people from other
schools taking classes than students
at Ike." Instructors were Larry Ol-
son and his wife Kim, both high-
ranking "black-belts" in the Do-
shinkan style of Karate.
Scuba Club started its second year
with a series of new and different
diving experiments, the most un-
usual being an underwater monop-
oly game at the Y.M,C.A. pool. The
biggest activity the group partici-
pated in, however, was their second
annual diving trip to the San Juan
Islands during spring vacation.
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During Drama Club meeting vice-president Scott Iaeonard interlfly discuss matters deal-
Matt Scofield checks time while president 111g with fhelf Club- Club members greatly
Rodger Scheibner and secretary-treasurer aided several school plays-
end busy year with M . Adams climb
Latin Club officers KL. to RJ president, Scott Crollardg vice-president,
Mike Bangsg secretary, Stephanie Irwin, relax in courtyard.
Hiking Club: Row I, KL. to RJ president,
Steve Soos, vice-president, Keith Under-
wood, secretary-treasurer, Erika Brandtg
Row 2, Peter Soos, Dennis Choate, Mike
Closner, Dave Bloxom, Charles Pernickg How
3, Shawn Underwood, Mardell Groenig,
Mary Vandiver, Cindy Manley, Joan Mc-
Lean, Shawna Gandy, Lori Sebastian, Sally
Geisert, Greg Hinton, Nancy Bocek.
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treas. Diane Kline and vice-president Tim Walker closely observe.
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Scuba Club president Scott Doyle and vice-
president Raleigh Hood don scuba equip-
ment before taking a dip in Eisenhower pool.
Photo Club kept busy throughout
the year by holding monthly photo
contests from photography done by
club members. Another activity was
going to St. Elizabeth's Hospital
radiology lab to look at career pos-
sibilities. The main event of the
club for the year was a field trip to
Seattle Center to view a photog-
raphy'show by Ansel Adams. The
trip was made possible from donut
sales in the east foyer.
VICA Club had various work days
throughout the year on which the
members learned how to run a dif-
ferent machine each time. This year
the club learned how to rebuild an
engine, Most of their time was spent
working on teachers' and students'
The functions of the Special Aides
Club CSPADESJ is different from
others in that their purpose is caring
for elderly people in Yakima. Their
main business is being companions
to senior citizens at nursing homes
and throughout the community.
'Medical Careers Club had a fantas-
tic turnout for their annual blood
drawing held in the cafeteria, 116
pints of blood were given in total by
Ike students and faculty. The turn-
out was so overwhelming that some
donors had to be turned away be-
cause of limited facilities. The club
had various bake sales to raise
money for the spring trip to the Uni-
versity of Washington Medical
Art Guild started the year helping
at the Central Washington State
Fair, watching professional and
amateur art exhibits. Other ac-
tivities included an evening at the
Pumpernickel viewing art work at
Studio 10 Gallery, and raising
money for the trip to Seattle in the
spring. Eighty students visited
museums, the Pike Street Market,
and the University district.
FFA Club worked at the fair. Mem-
bers had an exhibit which they set
up themselves. At Christmas time
the club helped Toys for Tots re-
pair old toys. ln the spring, the
group sponsored donkey basketball
in the gym.
Photo club travels to
Photo Club members include Row I Dave Harden, sec., Bill Eells, pres.g Brian Lenz,
Leonard, treas.g Brad Kilgoreg and Jayn Butt, vice-pres.g and Dave Curtis.
Row 2 Kyle Bradeng John Edwards, Lynn
Members of VICA are Row I Lloyd Hender- Logstromg Jack Decotog Bob Good, pres., Bob
song Sam Kendig, vice-pres., Dave Hollinberg- Colvin, sec., Steve Johnson, treas., Mike
erg Chris Girardg and Rick Blank, parliamen- Roetherg Andy Mullenhoffg and Mr. Fred
tariang Row 2 Greg Tuckg Ken Morfordg Dale Greer, advisor.
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FIM leaders are Teresa Scheuermann, re- treas. and Mike Scheuermann, sentinel, pos-
porter Jeri Heimgartner, sec., Gary Hill, ingwithsymb0lH0flhClf0fflCffH-
pres., Randy Hill, vice-pres., Donna Dunn,
eattle for famous photo exhibit
Medical Careers Club membership includes Joan vice-pres., Mary Vandiver, pres., Lori Sebastian, Art Guild officers are Steve Zike, vice-
McLean, Karen Schmidt, Linda Van de Graff, sec-treas., Evelyn Shoemaker, Diane Rowell, Ken pres., Julie Rankin, pres., Dorothy
Robin Blizard, Dorinda Watson, Loretta Watson, Watson, and Shawna Gandy. Williams, treas., and Chris Cannady.
Diane Kline, vice-pres., Kim Albin, Kathy Morris, Jane McConnell, Susan Shick, Jennie Hodge, sec-treas., Phil Slutz, Ken Dillinger, Jay
Templin, pres., and Len Boche make up the Spades Club, which performs service functions for the elderly.
Led by Mrs. Valerie Rigos, Future
Business Leaders ofAmerica proved
to be very active. FBLA'ers hosted
a baby shower for Mrs. Judy Tur-
lington and held the second annual
typathon, raising 3500. FBLA sold
Spook Insurance for Halloween,
carnations for Valentine's Day,
roses for Mother's Day, caroled at
local rest homes, and sponsored a
benefit dance for the March of
Dimes. State conference was held
April in Tumwater where individual
and group honors were awarded.
Distributiue Education Club of
America provides leadership and
unity for members enrolled in ad-
vanced distributive education class.
DECA promotes advertising for foot-
ball and basketball games and
operates the bookstore. DECA
attended regional and state career
conferences February in Chelan and
March in Richland. Purpose was to
compete for individual and group
recognition. DECA prepared Christ-
mas baskets, hosted an employee!
employer banquet, and took a field
trip to Seattle.
One of Ike's newest clubs, Botany,
began very successfully. President
Shawna Gandy declared, "We're
working towards understanding our
environment." Botany took field
trips throughout Washington to
observe various plants and flowers
in the forest regions. Botany also
spent time improving Ike's campus.
To raise money for their field trips,
Botany held bake sales.
Ushers kept themselves involved
with activities at Ike by seating
people for fall play and musical.
Ushers hosted visitors to the school
and guest teachers during the col-
lege conference. Members wear blue
and white uniforms.
French club raised money during
the year by holding bake sales.
Money earned went towards a pro-
gressive dinner. The dinner featured
French cuisine and was held at
several club members' homes.
FBLA stimulates activities
FBLA: KL. to RJ Standing: Carol Reed, pres.,
Seated: Vikki Wall and Tamra Goehner,
reporters, Dave Martin, vice-pres., Forrest
Smith, treas. Not Pictured: Ruth Smoke, pt.
chairperson. Members: Vicki Alford, Judy
Benton, Lynn Burleson, Dennis Choate, Rick
Crimin, Betty Fay, Tom Huard, Karen
Kellem, Linda Kotlarz, Debra Lutjemeier,
Cindy McQueen, Kathy Novobielski, Diane
Phillips, Lorene Thaxton, Dorinda Watson,
Gerri Stratton, Tammie Speight, Yvonne
Harrington, and Jennie Orton. Advisor: Mrs.
Valerie Rigos. Co-Advisor: Mr. Irvin Sonker.
DECA: KL. to RJ Row I: Jeff Allerg Ruth
Reyes, Doreen Potter. Row 2: Cindy Hicks,
Annie Sanderson: Jane Gregorichg Nancy
Reed, Brenda Raftis. Row 3: Tammy Little,
sec., Lori Frazier, pres., Barbara Pinkal, treas.
Row 4: Rick Crimin, vice-pres., Not Pictured:
Mike Edgar, reporter, Curtis Bush, Scott Fer-
guson, Dianna Grunloseg John Powers. Ad-
visor: Mr. William Demick.
as club prepares for State Conference
French club: KL. to RJ Row Z: Pam Smith: Jacqueline de la
Chapelleg Mary Rosandichg Juana B. Fotoadg Fifi La Tour. Row
2: Cindy McQueeng Teresa Pepper, Jamie Smith, Pedro Gar-
ciag Leslie Rushlight. Row 3: Suzee Paparazzo, Lisa McGui-
Kenna, sec.-treas. Advisor:
Botany: KL. to RJ Row 1: Mark Johnson, re
searchistg Shawna Gandy, pres., Dan Beddeson
Row 2: Joan Benoit,'treas.g Jackie de la Cha
pelle, sec.g Lori Sebastian, overseas correspond
ent, Tom Hurson, vice-pres., Greg Hinton,
spokesman. Row 3: Laurie Hunter, specimen
collectorg Stephanie Irwin, chairpersong Amy
Hunter, specimen collector, Scott Doyle, pho-
tographer. Not Pictured: Pat Kearney. Advisor:
Mr. Ken Bongers.
nessg Keith Schafer: Ann Lillegardg Eric Hear, Tracy Irwing
Lori Sebastian, Colette Barilettig Sally Geisert. On Ladder:
Deede Gervais, pres.g Shelly Cartier, vice-pres.g Elaine Mc-
Mr. Ron Dihel.
Ushers: KL. to RJ Row 1: Diane Kline.
Row 2: Susan Shick, pres.g Patricia
Kirkwood. Row 3: Sally Wilsong Celia
Hendrickson, treas. Not Pictured:
Doris Markland, viceepres. Advisor:
Mrs. Gayle Van Hoose.
The Lettermen, under direction
of Mr. Lee White, were very ac-
tive this year. Their single, two
year project was to buy a 1,700
dollar video-tape machine. This
extremely useful acquisition is
used to film various sports events,
giving participants a chance to
determine specific points need-
Payments for the new machine
are to be made over a two-year
period. Money for these pay-
ments was raised by sponsoring
several different events. Some of
these were a Harlem Clowns bas-
ketball game, a KMWX Super-
stars game, and a dance.
Lettermens' Club officers for this
year are: Glenn Ford-President,
Glen Phillips-Vice President,
and Gale Coston-Secretary.
The Chess Club gave interested
Ike students an opportunity to
exercise their minds in the logic
necessary for success at chess.
Under the direction of Mr.
Plumb, the chess club members
participated in two matches
against Davis. Eisenhower de-
feated Davis in both of these
competitions. Tentative plans
were made for a third match with
Davis and an all valley tourna-
ment with Ike, Davis, and Car-
The Spanish Club, advised by
Senor McClure, held regular
monthly meetings throughout
the year. The club organized
several Spanish oriented activ-
ities, such as a Fiesta de Navi-
dad, and a progressive dinner.
Members are: Julie Nicholson,
Dianne Rowell, Kathy Kerns,
Kathy Lemke, Jill Barringer,
Pam Phillips, Lisa Gamie, Cindy
Guffy, Judy Benton, Ross Gore,
Steve Soos, Matt Scofield, Kevin
Schwenk, Mike Fahsholtz, Jim
Thompson, Allan Opfer, Brian
Lenz, and Peter Soos.
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machine to school athletics department
Cheer and faculty members give encouragement to lettermen in a creative pep assembly. Players listen intently to pep talk.
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after-school meeting, Chess Club officers Mike Fahsholtz, Mark Anderson, and Art VanBergeyk gaze down on board.
Bicentennial class promotes spirit of
To promote Bicentennial spirit, the
Bicentennial class produced a book
entitled "From Ferguson To. , . " The
book dealt with Yakima Valley's
past and emphasized little-known
facts about its history. Students ded-
icated much time and effort to re-
search facts for the book. The books
sold for S1 each, which covered the
cost of printing. Money for financing
the publication was also raised
through the sale of suckers.
The Bicentennial class also showed
a great deal of participation in the
community by its involvement in the
reopening of the Yakima Valley Mu-
seum. After its remodeling, one show
case was left vacant. Bicentennial
members moved in and created a
display for the years 1900 - 1920 en-
titled "Picnicking at Soda Springsf'
At the reopening of the museum, the
class participated by ushering.
To discuss and promote their Bicen-
tennial projects, Kelly Cox and Scott
Wonder appeared on KAPP T.V. on
the program entitled "Around
Advisor for the class was Mrs. Jane
Schwab. Her dedication to the class
was appreciated and was missed
when she took leave of absence to
deliver a 9 pound baby boy, May 7.
Above: Julie Rankin and Lynn Burleson look over receipt books. Below: Kelly Cox Scott Wonder
and Leslie White examine display at museum.
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Display by Bicentennial class entitled "Picnicking at Soda Springs" represents 1900's - 1920's at newly remodeled Yakima Valley Museum.
Bicentennial class members Tom Norstadt, Lynn Burleson, Leslie White, Julie Rankin, Kelly Cox, Scott Wonder, advisor Mrs. Jane Schwab,
Cindy Poulin, and Paul Gray model turn-of-the-century costumes at Yakima Valley Museum.
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more and junior years. He died February 17, ers from Japan, visited Eisenhower for two them. Staying with Karen MacKenzie, she de-
from injuries received in an accident. weeks. The casualness they witnessed among scribed them as "really fun."
A smiling Glenn Ford donates a pint of blood
at Ike's blood drawing held December 18.
1975. and May 26. 1976. Guided by Mary Van-
diver, advanced biology assisted in publi-
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Smith and illustrated by Major Charles H. Waterhouse. '
Maria "'l'ucka" Almeida was an exchange stu-
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Chris Bordeaux, member of Yakima Swim Team, qualified for the
National AAU Indoor Long Course Swim Meet Championships during the
early spring. As a long distance swimmer, she has an Uunorthadox
stroke, but it seems to do the trick," stated Kyle Braden.
Mike Roether Brian McGuire and Rober Co Florida Competing in the Swimming Hall of 200 fly and 13th in the 50 free, McGuire placed
burn members of YMCA Swim Team at Fame the three swam in the 100 back, 100 fly 8th and 9th in the 100 and 200 back respec-
tended YMCA Nationals in Fort Lauderdal relays and others Coburn placed 3rd in the tively.
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Hammermeister, Chris Girard and ex-Cadets Dave and Doug Edler, Jim Potter and Dan
Tom Kennedy chosen Exchange Boy of the Month.
June 14 Elaine Ostrander will debate at Na-
This spring Athletes in Action visited Ike witnessing their Christian beliefs to students in what was
tionals in Colorado at the Air Force Academy. for many a controversial assembly.
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who transferred to Eisenhower from
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Setting their budget goal at SSLOOO,
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students gathered the night before
to make numerous batches, turning
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sale held in the cold month of Feb-
Elections were held in the fall.
Sophomores chose Jeff Waldbauer
as presidentg Ron Peterson, vice-
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treasurerg Jean Marking represent their fellow members of the sophomore class.
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Tina Renecker Steve Rosandich Therese St. Pierre Sue Schuster Ronald Simmons Jamie Smith Pam D. Smith Sara Sprague
Daniel Renneberg Philip Rose Rita Salazar Kyle Schwenk Ron Sisson Pam Smith Kim Smoot Marc Stephens
Jim Renslo Steve Rose Keith Schafer Brenda Shaw
Andy Rice Bob Ross Mark Scheuerman David Shick
Tami Richardson Ann Roulston Roger Schmahl Dave Shoemaker
B111 Rigsby Elizabeth Rufer Sabrina Schoengarth Patti Shryack
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Debbie Tesch Ron Thomas Robert Thompson Gwenn Trapp Dennis Urquhart
Laurel Thomas Sara Thomas, Brenda Thormahlen Tamie Trimpey Lori Vaughn
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Scott Wall Kelli Webster Randy Williamson Rodger Wilson
Candi Wane Gregg Weedin Linda Willingham Debbie Wilton
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Juniors raise over 3450 on Radio Da
Organization through a committee
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Linda Schactlerg and treasurer,
Karen Schinkel. Cabinet mem-
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vais, Andy Hefflinger, Beverly Lee,
Scott Lewis, Kevin Mabry, Laurie
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Lee, Mary Nuzum, Kevin Mabry, Kathy Coppers gather at their regular Monday night
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Bill Rossow discuss plans for the weekend.
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Class of 6' GH chooses all student
Changes in traditions of graduation
were initiated this year. Three sen-
iors were selected by the Senior
Committee to speak at graduation.
Interested students wrote their
speeches, which had to be five min-
utes in length, then recited them
in front of the Committee. The
Committee later chose the best
The senior class also voted to dis-
pose of the usual navy blue grad-
uation gowns and replace them with
bright blue and red. A bicentennial
formation could then be formed at
graduation ceremonies on June 8.
Each senior anxiously awaited
graduation. While sophomores, they
labored at car washes to raise
money for Prom. In junior year, pop-
corn sales were the craze. Then,
finally seniors, the class of '76 could
sit back and relax.
Senior class officers KL to RQ: Secretary Kelly Cox, Vice President, Carrie Thomasg President,
Ron Weingarteng Treasurer, Vicki Adams.
Trying to complete assignment on time, Barb Wane becomes engrossed in her accounting book. pam Koeppe d1'9SS9S UP OU fifties day While
170 Senior Class
Eugene Hinsz does not.
Susan Marie Ackerman: Drill Team 3,45 NHS
3,45 Pep Club 2,3,4. Vicki Jane Adams: Senior
Class'Treasurer 45 Band 2,3,45 NHS 45 Span-
ish Club 3. Teresa Mary Adamson: Pep Club
2,3,45 Ski Club 2,35 Spanish Club 3. Connie
Jean Akers: Girls' League. Randall Matthew
Lyttell Alexander: Reveille 4. Laurie Marie
Allen: Pep Club 2,3,45 Photo Club Treasurer
3. Jeffery Scott Aller: DE Class 4. Kevin
Michael Allgaier: Band 2,3,45 Stage Band
2,3,45 VICA 4. Luanne Marie Alston: Girls'
League. Gregory Mark Anderson: Football 2,35
Basketball 2,35 Baseball 2,3,4. Mark Allan
Anderson: Junior Class Committee 35 Chess
Club President 4. Douglas Eric Andrews:
Football 2,3,45 Junior Class President 35
Musical 2,3,45 Lancers 35 Letterman's Club
3,4. Thomas Edward Arambul: Boys' Federa-
tion. Arnett T. Attaway: Girls' League. Char-
lene Carol Austin: Girls' League. Susan Mae
Bacon.' Five Star Journal 45 Musical 45 Quill
8x Scroll 45 German Club 4. Marian Frances
Baer: SAE President 35 Five Star Journal 2.
Car'rie Ann Baker: Art Guild 3. Monte Dean
Balam: Boys' Federation. Jay D. Ball: Boys'
Federation. Colette Ruth Bariletti: Band
2,3,45 French Club 254. Todd Robert Bar-
ringer: Wrestling 25 Track 3,45 Lancers 354'
Band 25 Musical 3. Matthew Brian Bascomi
Boys' Federation. Diane Marie Baumiller:
Girls' League. Tamara Rae Baxter: FHA 25
German Club 3. Daniel Lee Beddeson: Boys'
Federation. Oscar F. Benge: Boys' Federation.
Jan LaRue Bennett: Soph. Committee 25
Japanese Exchange 35 Junior Class Treasurer
35 Pep Club 3,45 Drill Team 45 Band 2,3.
Kathy Lynn Biehl: Girls' League. Robert Earl
Bigler: Football Manager 2,3,4. John Billings:
Boys' Federation. Debra Colleen Billingsley:
Ushers Club 2. Cecil Ray Bixler: Band 3,4.
Richard Allen Blank: Football 2,3,45 Basket-
ball 2,35 Baseball 2,3,4. Nancy Elizabeth
Bocek: NHS 45 Hiking Club 3,4. Victor Gene
Bohannon: Boys' Federation. Carolyn Jill
Bostic: Who's Who Among American High
School Students 3,45 Spanish Club 35 Pep
Club 2,35 Powder Puff Football 3,45 Choir 3,45
Musical 3,45 Homecoming 4. Harvey Bowden:
Boys' Federation. Kyle Raymond Braden:
Photo Club 45 Reveille Photographer 4. Char-
lotte Christine Bragg: Volleyball 3,45 Basket-
ball 3. Pamela R. Brandeen: Who's Who
Among' American High School Students 35
Basketball 2,35 Volleyball 25 GAA 2,35 Soph.
Committee 2. Erika Brandt: NHS 45 Hiking
Club 2,3, Secretary 4, Elizabeth Ann Brey-
han: Drill Team 3,45 Junior Committee 35 Pep
Club 3,45 Ski Club 2. Cheryl A. Brian: Medi-
cal Careers Club 35 Red Cross Drive 35 French
Club 4. Beth Ann Brulotte: Girls' League.
Kelley Marie Bryant: Girls' League. Michele
Patricia Bryant: Girls' League. Julie Ann
Budde: Girls' League. Lynn Ann Burleson:
USE Secretary 45 Reveille 3,45 FBLA 45 Quill
Sz Scroll 45 Bicentennial 45 Leadership Camp
45 Hostess for Washington Business Teachers
Convention 45 Who's Who Among American
High School Students 45 Tolo 45 Midwinter 3.
Craig Joseph Burns: Boys' Federation. Mich-
ael R. Burns: Boys' Federation. Gregory
Donald Butler: Debate 2,3,45 Five Star
Journal 2,3,45 Chess Club 25 Quill 8r Scroll 45
Marine Biology Club 35 GHF 3. Jayn Lynn
Butt: Photo Club 3. Nicki Marie Byers:
Cheer 45 Choir 2,3,45 Lancers 45 Volleyball
3,45 Reveille 3. Thelma Ruth Caldwell: Band
2,3,45 Pep Band 2,35 Musical 2,35 Bowling 3,4
Carol Vivann Camerer: Girls' League. Kim
Teresa Carson: Cheer 45 Musical 3,45 Pep
Club 2,3,45 Spanish Club 2,35 Ski Club 2,3.
Jeff Chambers: Boys' Federation. Mark Ro-
bert Chandler: Wrestling 3,45 Football 2,3,45
Scuba Club 45 Letterman's Club 2,3,4.
Deborah Dawn Chase: Five Star Journal 2.
Vickie Ann Cheesman: Girls' League. Gene J.
Chin: Wrestling 25 Key Club. Dennis Joe
Choate: FBLA 3,45 Hiking Club 3,45 Spanish
Club 4. Michael Joseph Chrisorn: Band 2,3,
President 45 Pep Band 2,3,45 All-State Band
45 Choir 3,45 Lancers 45 National Merit
Scholarship Commended Student5 Musical 35
Musical Orchestra 2,35 French Club 2. Jamie
Jon Christensen: Boys' Federation. Virgil
Wayne Clark: Boys' Federation. Myron D.
Cloud: Band 2,3,45 Stage Band 25 Letter-
man's Club 3,45 Cross Country 3,45 Track 3.4:
Pep Band 2,3. Janis Ann Coburn: Volley-
ball Manager 45 J.V. Basketball, Most Valu-
able Player Award 35 Basketball Manager 4.
Roger Brent Coburn: Band 3,45 Pep Band 4.
Robert Brian Colvin: Boys' Federation. Kirk
Coniber: Boys' Federation. Margarita de
Rosario Marcial Corzo: Spanish Club 4.
Gale Edward Coston: Football 2,3,45 Basket-
ball 2,3,45 Baseball 2,45 Letterman's Club
Officer 45 Choir 2,3,45 Musical 3. Gary Cowles:
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pose in style of the 50's during Homecoming
Football cheerleaders Jacki Stolte, Julie Lemke, Jan Harris, and Fran Jaeger hold poster for excited football players to rip through.
Senior Class 171
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Cheerleader Julie Eckel raises the spirit stick in pep assembly. Rich Hebert and Des Englund try to utilize their culinary talents.
Boys' Federation. Kelly Anne Cox: Reveille
3,45 Editor and Coordination 45 Choir 35 Bi-
centennial 45 University of Washington Com-
munications Workshop 45 Latin Club 3,4,
Secretary 35 Midwinter 35 Prom 35 Tolo 45
Senior Class Secretary 45 Senior Committee 45
Musical 35 Quill 8a Scroll 4. Richard Alan
Crimin: DECA Vice-President 45 FBLA 45
Bookstore 4. Virginia Faye Crose: Pep Club
2,3,45 Photo Club 3. Garry Lee Curtis: Chess
Club 3,45 Ski Club 3. Janet Marie Davis: Flag
Team 45 Pep Club 3,4. Mary L. Davis: Girls'
League. Paul Jeffrey Davis: Football 2,3,45
Track 2,3,45 Letterman's Club 2,3,4. James
Edwin Day: Boys' Federation. John R. Decoto
Jr.: VICA 4. Owen Jackson Dennison: Bi-
centennial 45 Wrestling 2. Gregory Wayne
Donohue: Math Re-evaluation Committee 35
NHS 4. Michael E. Doty: Tennis 2,3,4. Pa-
tricia Ann Downs: FFA 3,4. Scott W. Doyle:
Marine Biology Club 2,35 Scuba Club Presi-
dent 3,4. Cynthia Ann Duffey: Girls' League.
Dale Allen Dunn: Football 3. Julie LaFern
Eckel: Cheer 45 Drill Team 35 Pep Club 2,3,45
Spanish Club 2,35 Ski Club 2,3. M, Susan
Eckenbom: Reveille 3,45 Powder Puff Foot-
ball 3,45 Pep Club 45 Homecoming 45 Mid-
winter 35 Tolo 45 Basketball 2,3,45 Track 2,3,45
GALES 2,3,45 Who's Who Among American
High School Students. Michael Matthew
Edgar: DECA 4. Wayne Edwards: Boys'
Federation. William Cushing Eells: Reveille
3,45 Photo Club 3,45 NHS 45 Football 3.
Joel Robert Elder: Boys' Federation. Desmond
172 Senior Class
Dean Englund: Boys' Federation. Jerry A.
Erdahl: Basketball 2,3,4. Scott Edward
Eschbach: Band 2,3,45 Pep Band 3,4. Patricia
Diane Eshenko: Volleyball 2,3,45 Basketball
2,3,45 GALES 2,3,4. Andrew James Evans:
Boys' Federation. Michael M. Fahsholtz:
Basketball 2,35 Spanish Club 2,3,45 Chess
Club 3,4. Betty Pearl Fay: SAE 2,35 FHA 45
German Club 2,3,4. Scott Leroy Ferguson:
Boys' Federation. Anthony Martin Ferri:
Chess Club 3,4. Tamara Juanita Fielding:
Girls, League. Keri Rae Firehammer: Drill
Team 3,45 NHS 3,45 Pep Club 2,3,4. Melinda
Fiskness: Drill Team 3,45 Ski Club 2,35 Tennis
25 Pep Club 2,3. Leslie Marie Fleming: Girls,
League. Betty Louise Floren: Girls' League.
Kim Susan Fluegge: Cheer 45 Drill Team 35
Powder Puff Football 45 Homecoming Queen
45 Pep Club 2,4. W. Glenn Ford: Football
2,3,45 Track 2,3,45 Letterman's Club Presi-
dent 45 NHS 45 Homecoming King 4. Maureen
E. Forde: Girls' League. Dana Lynn Fram:
Bowling 2,3,4, Captain 35 Spanish Club 25
Five Star Journal 2. John Joseph Franck:
Sheep Shop 3,4. Valerie Nada Frank: Musi-
cal 2,35 Lancers 3,45 Choir 2,3,4. Lori Meredith
Frazier: DECA President 45 Pep Club 3,4.
Steven Larry Gaines: Football, Aeolians,
Musical 2 tDavisJ5 Choir 35 Lancers 35 Foot-
ball 4. Clkel. Leonard Wayne Gargett: Boys
Federation. James J. Garoutte: Wrestling 2,3,
45 Football 3,45 Baseball 2,3,45 Letterman's
Club 2,3,45 Choir 2,3,45 Musical 2,35 Band
2,3. Michael A. Garrison: Football 2,3,45
Wrestling 2,3,45 Track 2,3,45 Lettermanls Club
3,4. Sandra Marie Gayken: Volleyball 25
Basketball 2,35 Track 2,35 Orchestra 2,3,4.
Ronald Martin Gebhardt: Karate Club 2.
Salli Pierce Geisert: NHS 3,45 Bicentennial
K'Project 1776" 35 Choir 35 Junior Class Vice-
President 35 USE Publicity Chairman 4.
Paulette Suzanne George: Five Star Journal
2,4, Feature Editor 45 Quill St Scroll 45 Pep
Club 2,3,45 Who's Who Among American High
School Students 3,45 Marine Biology Club 3.
Brian Keith Gifford: Boys' Federation. Daniel
W. Gilcher: Football 2,35 Baseball 25 Track 4.
Wayne A. Ginter: Cross Country 45 Bowling 4.
Bill Girard: Boys' Federation. Chris Alan
Girard: VICA 4. Robert L. Good: Basketball
25 Band 2,3,45 VICA Club President 4. Paul
James Gray: Tennis 3,45 Basketball 25 Bi-
centennial 3,45 Pep Club 4. Nancy Rae
Greene: Art Guild 45 Photo Club Treasurer 4.
Kelly Steven Greene: Track 2,3,45 Football
2,3,4. Brian Douglas Greer: Art Guild5 Chess
Club 3,45 Concert, Pep, and Marching Bands
2,3,4. Jane Edythe Gregorich: Pep Club 25
DECA 4. Sherry Lynn Gress: Prep Choir 25
Choir 45 Shoestring Players 2. Brian Patrick
Grimes: Wrestling 2,3. Mardell Elaine Groe-
nig: NHS 3,45 Hiking Club 3,45 Choir 2. Marty
J. Groth: DECA 4. Dianna Kay Grunlose:
DECA 4. Valarie Louise Guffey: Girls' League.
Lori Candas Gunter.' Pep Club 2,3,45 Soph.
Committee 25 Drill Team 4. David Scott
Gustafson: Track 25 FFA 2,3. Marvin W.
Guthrie: Boys' Federation. Gisele G. Hall:
Choir 33 Musical 33 Band 3,43 Marine Biology
Club 33 FBLA 2. Craig C. Halverson: Football
33 Golf 2,3,43 Junior Committee 3. Michael
D. Hammermeister: Basketball 43 Golf 4.
Marc Edward Hansen: Medical Careers Club
23 Blood Drawing 3,43 Hiking Club 2. Ronald
S. Hanson: Basketball 2,3,43 Golf 2,3,43 NHS
3,4. Lynn Lawrence Harden: Reveille 43 Photo
Club 3,43 Cross Country 3. Dean-na Roxanne
Harper: Choir 43 Ushers Club 2,32 FHA 43
German Club 2. Yvonne Marie Harrington:
Drill Team 43 GALES 233, Secretary 43 Bas-
ketball 2,3,43 Track 2,3,4. Janice Mary Harris:
Ski Club 23 Pep Club 2,3,43 Photo Club
Secretary 33 Drill Team 33 Cheer 4. James
Patrick Harwood: Boys' Federation. Luke A
Hatley: Boys' Federation. Matthew Edward
Haussler: Wrestling 33 Boys' Club 2,3,4.
Eric William Head: French Club 4. Kerry
Headding: Boys' Federation. Richard Scott
Hebert: Boys' Federation. Dolores I. Hecht:
Debate 33 Reveille 3,43 NHS 43 Communica-
tions Workshop 4. Dean Alan Hefflinger:
Wrestling 23 Hiking Club 43 NHS 43 School
Evaluation fGuidance Servicesl 3. Raymond
Edward Hein: Football 3,4. Dean Heinen:
Boys' Federation. Alan D. Henderson: Boys'
Federation. Lloyd Lee Henderson: Boys'
Federation. Janet Laree Hendricks: Musical
2,3,43 Lancers 43 Choir 2,3,4. Cindy Laurie
Hicks: DECA 43 Art Guild 33 FFA 3,4. Karen
Lynne Hildahl: Band 43 Medical Careers Club
4. Gary Arlen Hill: FFA 2, Reporter 3, Presi-
dent 4. Phoebe' Jean Hill: Girls' League.
Eugene Robert Hinsz: Boys' Federation.
Gregory Robert Hinton: Hiking Club 2,3,43
Spanish Club 23 USE Activities Chairman 43
Litter Control Committee 33 Assembly Com-
mittee 4. Michael Howard Hoffee: Evalua-
tion Committee fScience Dept.l 33 Karate
Club 2,33 Volunteer Work With Retarded
Children 2,3,4. Kellye Rae Holder: NHS 3,43
USE Treasurer 43 Lancers 3,43 Choir 2,3,43
Musical 3,43 Band 2,3,43 Pep Club 3,43 Pep
Band 23 Powder Puff Football 3,43 School
Evaluation Committee fMusic Dept.J 3.
David Elmer Hollinberger: NHS 43 Senior
Committee 43 VICA Club 43 Football 2,33
Baseball 2. Barbara Sue Hollingshead: Ushers
Club 33 FHA 43 Pep Club 3,43 Tolo 43 Blood
Drawing 43 Homecoming 3,4. C. Mark Holt-
zinger: Boys' Federation. Ronald Lee Hopkins:
Boys' Federation. Trina Marie Hosmer: Drill
Team 43 Homecoming 43 Pep Club 4. Tamara
Howell: Volleyball 33 Pep Club 33 NHS 43
Drill Team 43 Homecoming 43 Pep Club 4.
Tamara Howell: Volleyball 33 Pep Club 33
NHS 43 Drill Team 4. Thomas Lee Huard:
Debate 43 Basketball Manager 3,43 Bas-
ketball Statsman 4. Kathleen Ruth Hughes:
Girls' League. Thomas Joseph Hurson: Boys'
Federation. Donald Roy Ide: FBLA 23 Latin
Club 2,33 Debate 3. Fran Magdalene Jaeger:
Cheer 43 Pep Club 3,43 Powder Puff Football
3,4. Linda Diane Jaeger: Girls' League.
Kerrone Lee Janik: Girls' League. Camille
Irene Jensen: Art Guild 2,3,43 Ski Club 33
Cheer 43 Musical 43 Pep Club 2,3,4. John F.
Cheerleaders lead crowd in school song, aided by the band during pep assembly.
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Kiddies Day during Spirit Week.
John: Boys' Federation. Mark Patrick John-
son: NHS 3,43 National Merit Semi-Finalist
43 Marine Biology Club Officer 2,33 Botany
Club Officer 43 Golf 2,3. Stephen Elery John-
son: Boys' Federation. Marcia Johnstone:
Girls' League. Betty Louise Jolley: Drill Team
4. Dale Edward Jones: Boys' Federation.
Kerry Ronald Jorgensen: Boys' Federation.
Patrick Joseph Kearney: Boys' Federation.
Samuel N. Kendig: Boys' Federation. Thomas
C. Kennedy: Wrestling 2,3,43 Football 2,3,43
Golf 33 Baseball 2,43 Boys State 33 USE Presi-
dent 43 Letterman's Club 2,3,43 Scuba Club
3,4. Timothy James Kennedy: Boys' Federa-
tion. Brian Meredith Kerns: Boys' Federation.
Lesley Jeanne Kerns: Ski Club 33 Art Guild 2,
3,4. Gregory M. Kerr: Boys' Federation
Patrick P. Kester: Boys' Federation. Douglas
David King: Debate 23 Latin Club 3,4, Presi-
dent 3. Laurie Jean Kirk: Girls' League.
Patricia E. Kirkwood: Band 2,3,43 German
Club 23 Ushers Club 4. Sheryldene G. Klaus:
Flag Team Captain 43 Reveille 3,43 NHS 3,43
Track 23 Quill 8a Scroll 43 Tolo 43 Midwinter 3.
Matthew Knight: Boys' Federation. Pamela
Kay Koch: Pep Club 2. Pamela Susan
Koeppe: Band 2,33 Anti-Litter Task Force 33
Prom 33 German Club 3. Joseph W. Kosten:
Chess Club 23 Debate 4. Mary Jean Kotlarz:
Art Guild 4. Kris Kreutzman: Hiking Club 43
Chess Club 33 Science Fiction Club 3.
Victoria Kay Krous: Pep Club 23 Drill Team
3,4. Allen Edward Lacey: Golf 3,43 Football 33
Basketball 33 Case Club Member 4. Chuck
Laidler: Boys' Federation. Lawrence Walter
Senior Class 173
Lancaster: Football 2,3. Paul Duane Lasha:
Boys' Federation. Anthony Scott Leita: Wres-
tling 2,3,45 Reader Board Chairman 45 Letter-
man's Club 2,3,4. Julie Marie Lemke: Pep
Club 2,3,45 Drill Team 35 Cheer 4. Debora
Jean Lerch: Girls' League. Heidi Lewis: NHS
45 Lancers 3,45 Musical 2,3,45 Fall Play 2,3,45
Choir 2,3,45 School Evaluation Committee
tForeign Lang.J 35 Ski Club 25 Senior Com-
mittee 4. Nora Marie Lewis: FFA 3,4. Stephen
C. Lieb: Senior Committee 45 NHS Vice-
President 45 Fall Play 45 Football 3,45 Band
2,3,4. Randy Kenneth Little: Band 25 Choir 25
Wrestling 35 Musical 3. Tammy Jean Little:
Girls' League. James Neil Ljutic: Boys'
Federation. Dale Andrew Logstrom: Boys'
Federation. Dean O. Logstrom: Boys' Federa-
tion. Linda Rae Longfello w: Bicentennial 3.
Mary Kaye Loofburrow: Girls' League. Lori
Ann Lovering: Drill Team 3,45 USE Cabinet
2,35 Soph. Vice-President 25 Prom Invitations
Chairman 35 Homecoming 4. Mike Lucas:
Boys' Federation. Dorene Lynn Luckett: Pep
Club 3,45 Powder Puff Football 4. Debra
Lynn Lutjemeier: Ushers Club 35 FBLA 45 Art
Guild 4. Robert Ross Lynch Jr.: Ski Club 2,35
Scuba Club 2. Rhonda MacDonald: Girls'
League. Julie MacDonald: Girls' League.
Karen Louise MacKenzie: Powder Puff Foot-
ball 3. Katherine Lynn Mackleit: Medical
Careers Club 3. Scott Lawrence McClaine:
Medical Careers Club 35 PA Crew 35 Nor-
wegian Exchange 35 Explorer, Search 8x
Rescue 45 Video Crew 4. Michael P. McElroy:
Boys' Federation. Michael Hugh McGuin-
ness: Ski Club 35 Latin Club 25 Tennis 2,3,4.
Elaine P. McKenna: French Club 3,4. Terry
E. McKenna: Letterman's Club 2,3,45 Wres-
tling 2,3,45 Football 25 Scuba Club 3,4. Holly
Graham McKinley: Art Guild 45 French Club
45 Ski Club 3. Mary Christine McLean: Girls'
League. Bonnie Joy McManigal: Drill Team 3,
Captain 45 Pep Club 2,3,45 Junior Committee
3. William Dwaine McMillan: Boys' Federa-
tion. Brenda J. McRann: FBLA Secretary 3.
James D. Mahoney: Chess Club 45 Spanish
Club 3. Teresa Lynn Mahoney: Girls' League.
Cindy Ann Manley: Track 35 Volleyball 3,45
Hiking Club 45 Blood Drive 4. Doris L. Mark-
land: Girls' League. Cindy L. Marsh: Girls'
League. Sheri Luann Marshall: Drill Team
3,45 Pep Club 2,3,45 Latin Club Vice-Presi-
dent 35 NHS 3,4. David H. Martin: Boys'
Federation. Kathleen M. Marugg: Pep Club
2,3,4. Reuben Allan Mathias: Boys' Federa-
tion. .Keith Maybee: Boys' Federation.
John Benjamin Mayo: Track 25 NHS 35
Lancers 45 Musical 35 Orchestra 35 Drama
Club 3. Susan Maurine Mays: NHS 45 Musi-
cal 45 Band 2,3,45 Pep Club Treasurer 35
Pep Club 2,3,4. Julie A. Mellotte: Pep Club
2. Greg A. Menard.' Boys' Federation. Larry A.
Meyn: NHS 4. Dave F. Miller: Boys' Federa-
tion. Deon Elizabeth Miller: Fall Play 2,35
Musical 3,45 Choir 3,4. Kimber Lee Moen.'
Girls' League. Rodney A. Montgomery: Boys'
Federation. Frank G. Moody: Boys' Federa-
tion. Douglas James Moore: Baseball 2,3,45
Football 2,35 Soph. Council 25 NHS 3,45
Finalist Jr. Achievement Award 3. Ken Mor-
ford: Boys' Federation. Gary Jay Mosebar:
Boys' Federation. Pamela M. Mullen: Pep
Club 2,3,45 Track 35 NHS 3,4. Andrew Lee
Mullenhoff' Football 25 VICA Club 3,4.
Russell Lee Munden: Football 2,3,45 Spanish
Club 2,35 Musical 3,45 Track 2,3,45 Letter-
man's Club 3,45 Wrestling 2. Bradley William
Munson: Boys' Federation. Timothy J.
Myers: Boys Federation. Connie Jo Meierhoff
Nashem: Choir 3,45 Lancers 45 Spanish Club
35 Musical 35 Powder Puff Football 35 Pep
Club 2,35 Marine Biology Club fTreas.J 2,35
Prom 3. Raymond D. Neifert: Boys' Federa-
tion. Kristi Sue Nelson: Drill Team 45 GALES
2,3,45 Spanish Club 45 Track 2,3,45 Basket-
174 Senior Class
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Enthusiastically, Gisele Hall competes in a bubble blowing contest during Ike-Davis week.
ball 2,35 Evaluation Committee 3. Joel Scott
Nicholas: Musical 3,45 Track 25 Choir 3,4.
Julie Ann Nicholson: Pep Club 2,45 Powder
Puff Football 3,45 Spanish Club 4. Timothy
J. Norman: Boys' Federation. Thomas Ed-
ward Norstadt: Football 2,3,45 Baseball 2,3,45
Letterman's Club 3,4. Kathy Ann Novo-
bielski: FBLA 4. Kenneth E. Nyssen: Boys'
Federation. Jeffrey J. Odland: Boys' Federa-
tion. Janet Kathleen O'Halloran: Who's Who
Among American High School Students 3,45
NHS 3,45 Drill Team 3,45 Pep Club Senior
Representative 45 Japanese Exchange 35
Marine Biology Club 25 German Club 3.
Jilayne Olson: Girls' League. Mary Ann Ortez:
Girls' League. Jennie Lee Orton: Drill Team 45
Musical 3,45 Choir 35 Volleyball 3. Elaine Ann
Ostrander: Debate 3,45 Girls State Rep. 35
NHS 45 Medical Careers Club 25 Latin Club 35
Science Fiction Club 35 Bicentennial Youth
Debate 4. Vicki Lee Palmer: Powder Puff
Football 3. Rosemarie Patterson: Medical
Careers Club 35 Marine Biology Club 3.
James Martin Pechtel: Football 2,35 Track 2.
Steve Patrick Pernick: Karate 35 Five Star
Journal 45 Choir 45 Musical 45 Quill 8a Scroll
4. Cynthia L. Peterson: Basketball 25 Class
Treasurer 25 Bicentennial 35 Senior Com-
mittee 45 Reveille 3, Editor 45 Prom 35 Tolo
Chairman 45 NHS 45 Powder Puff Football
3,45 Pep Club 2,3,4. Richard M., Philips Jr.:
Tennis 2,3,4. Ralph Glenn Phillips: Boys'
Federation. Pamela Jean Pierce: Cheer 4
Choir 35 Pep Club 2,3,45 Musical 35 Spanish
Club 3. Barbara Jean Pinkal: Band 2,3,45
DECA Treasurer 4. Doreen Rae Potter: Girls'
League. Cynthia Starr Potts: Reveille 3,45 Art
Guild 45 Quill Si Scroll 45 Who's Who Among
American High School Students 3,45 Medical
Careers Club 35 Marine Biology Club 3. Cyn-
thia Capri Poulin: Tennis 2,3,45 Fall Play 3,45
Musical 2,3,45 Soph. Committee 25 Prom
Chairman 35 Latin Club 35 Debate 2. John
David Powers: Wrestling 3,45 Tennis 3,4.
Brenda Suzanne Raftis: DECA 4. Julie
Sanders Rankin: Art Guild 2,3, President 45
Ski Club 2,35 Reveille 45 Senior Committee 45
Bicentennial 4. Robyn Ratcliffe: Choir 3,45
Musical 35 Pep Club 2,3,45 Ski Club 2,35
Spanish Club 3. David Barnes Raymond Jr.:
Basketball 2,3. Robert Ross Redman Jr.:
Cross Country 35 Track 25 Debate 2,3. Sharon
Jean Redmond: NHS 3,45 French Club 25
Band 2,35 Flag Team 45 Pep Club 45 Senior
Committee 4. Carol Elaine Reed: FBLA Presi-
dent 45 SAE Reporter 35 Basketball 25 Track 2.
Nancy L. Reed: DECA 45 Pep Club 3,45 Span-
ish Club 2. John Phillip Reisenauer: Football
2,35 Wrestling 2,3. Ruth Elarie Reyes: DECA
45 Art Guild 4. Terri Lynn Riley: Drill Team 35
Track 2,3,45 Cheer 45 Pep Club 2,3,45 Span-
ish Club 25 GALES 2,3,45 Five Star Journal
3,4. Kent Austin Roberts: Baseball 3,45 Foot-
ball 2,3. Paul Craig Robillard: Boys' Federa-
tion. Shirley June Roby: Drill Team 3,45 Pep
Club 3,45 Marine Biology Club 35 Bowling 4.
Michael Jon Roether: Band 2,3,45 Scuba Club
45 Pep Band 2,3,45 VICA Club 2,3,4. Nancy
Jennifer Rogers: Reveille 3,45 Quill St Scroll 45
Ushers Club 3. Ronald Wayne Roosendaal: AV
2,3,4. Terry Kay Rosenkranz: Orchestra
2,3,45 Musical 2. Thomas Duane Ross: Foot-
ball 2,3,43 Wrestling 2,33 Track 2,3,43 Letter-
man's Club 2,3,4. Frank Patrick Roth: Track
2,3,43 Football 23 Ski Club 2,3. William Scott
Roulston: Class President 23 Track 2,3,43 Cross
Country 2,3,43 Choir 2,33 Lancers 33 Ski Club
2,3, Treasurer 33 Orchestra 33 Musical 3.
Diane P. Rowell: Girls' League. Keith Rupert:
Boys' Federation. Susan Colleen Russell: Con-
cert Band 3,4. Warren K. J. Sadecki: Boys'
Federation. Gary A. Salsgiver: Boys, Federa-
tion. Annabelle Rae Sanderson: DECA 43
Bookstore 4. Gary Saylors: Boys' Federation.
Rodger Walter Scheibner: Musical 2,3,43 Art
Guild 2,3,43 Drama 2,3,4. Michael Joseph
Scheuerman: FFA 2,3,4. Teresa Lynn Scheu-
erman: FFA 3, Reporter 4. Caryn Rose
Schmidt: Flag Team 43 Pep Club 2,3,43
Medical Careers Club 3,43 German Club 3.
Ginny C. Schmitt: Girls' League. Todd
William Schroeder: Boys' Federation. Kevin
M. Schwenk: Basketball 23 Cross Country 43
Spanish Club 3,4. Betsy Duncan Seabury:
Pep Club 3, Secretary 43 Ski Club 2,33 Flag
Team 4. Nancy Lee Secules: Choir 4. Jerry
Arther Sherry: Football 2,3,43 Baseball 2,33
Letterman's Club 2,3,4. Cheryl Ann Sisson:
Girls' League. Paulette Louise Sletterink:
Track Scorekeeper 23 Pep Club 2. Forrest
Allan Smith: Band 2,3,43 Track 43 FBLA 4.
Randall Kenton Smith: NYC 23 Karate 2,33
Musical 2,3,4. Ruth M. Smoke: FBLA 4.
Steven Leslie Soos: Hiking 2,3,43 Chess Club
2,3,43 Spanish Club 3,43 Orchestra 2,3,43
Musical 2,3,43 Science Fiction Club 33 Marine
Biology Club 2. Anthony L. Soper: Musical 2,
3,43 Debate 2,3,43 USE Vice-President 4.
James Allen Squires: Track 3,43 Cross Country
43 NHS 43 Musical 43 Chess Team 43 Letter-
man's Club 43 Latin 43 Case Club 4. Steve
St. George: Boys' Federation. Michelle Lee
Stangl: Five Star Journal 43 Quill 8a Scroll 43
Art Guild 43 SAE 2,33 Ushers Club 2,33 Mid-
winter 43 Marine Biology 3. Tina Marie Stauf-
facher: Pep Club 2,33 President 43 GALES
2,3,43 Marine Biology Club 33 Shoestring
Players 33 Flatbed Players 33 Drill Team 3,43
Volleyball 2,3,43 Basketball 2, Scorekeeper 43
Track 23 Bowling 43 Senior Committee 4.
Richard Kim Stiles: VICA 3. Jacqueline Rae
Stolte: Cheer 43 Drill Team 33 Soph. Secre-
tary 23 Student Council 23 Flatbed Players 23
Pep Club 2,3,4. Gerri Louise Stratton: Five
Star Journal 43 Quill 8: Scroll 43 FBLA 4
Marine Biology Club 2. Jamie L. Strief? Girls'
League. Sheryle Lee Strmiska: Reveille 3,43
Quill Sz Scroll 43 Medical Careers Club 3.
Mark Lee Strother: Baseball 23 NHS 43 Hiking
Club 43 Japanese Exchange 2. Patrick Thomas
Sudmeier: Boys' Federation. Thomas Andrew
Svendsen: Jr.: Boys' Federation. Michael R.
Telega: Football 3,43 Baseball 2,3,43 Letter-
man's Club 4. Paul Jay Templin: Basketball
Manager 2,3,43 Football Manager 3,43 Traffic
Control 2, Lieutenant 3, Captain 43 Key Club
2, President 33 Special Guides Club 3, Presi-
dent 43 Who's Who Among American High
School Students 3. Lorene Inez Thaxton:
Track 23 FBLA 43 Powder Puff Football 3,43
Pep Club 2,33 GAA 2,3. Carrie Susan Thomas:
Senior Class President 43 Fall Play 2,3,43 Choir
33 Musical 33 Shoestring Players 33 Flatbed
Players 3g Spanish Club 2,33 Pep Club 2,3,4.
Stuart Scott Thomas: Football 2,3,43 Tennis
43 Track 33 Basketball 23 Letterman's Club
3,4. Edith Darlene Thompson: Band 2,3,43
Jimior Committee 33 Pep Club 2,3,43 German
Club 2,3,43 Marine Biology Club 2,33 Musical
43 Who's Who Among American High School
Students 33 Prom 3. Gwen Louise Thompson:
Girls' League. Luana Lee Thompson: Marine
Biology Club 33 Medical Careers Club 33
Spanish Club 4. Maribeth Thompson: Pe
Club 3,43 Flag Team 4. Michele Leah Thomp-
son: Orchestra 43 Marching Band 3. Randall
Alan Thorp: Boys' Federation. Greg Tuck:
Boys' Federation. Jerrjy Brian Turnbull.'
Wrestling 2,3,43 Band 23 Art Guild 3,4. Linda
Lee Vande Graaf: Pep Club 2,33 Medical
Careers Club 3,4. LoriAnn VandeGraaf: Girls'
League. Mary Dorothy Vandiver: Volleyball 2,
3,43 Basketball 2,3,43 Track 2,3,43 Band 2,3,43
Pep Band 2,3,43 Musical 2,3,43 Blood Drawing
3,43 Medical Careers Club 2,3,43 Math and
Science Club 2,3,43 GALES 2,3,43 Hiking
Club 3,43 Spanish Club 2,3,43 NHS 3,43 Ger-
man Club 43 Masonic Jr. Achievement Award
33 Optimist Community Service Award 43
Scorekeeper for Boys' Basketball 4. Thomas
Wayne VanGorkom: J.V. Track 23 Evaluation
Committee Clndustrial Arts Dept.J 33 Hiking
Club 43 Campus Life Bible Study 2,3. Lorna
Louise Varney: Pep Club 2,33 Latin Club 2,33
Medical Careers Club 23 Flag Team 43 Who's
Who Among American High School Students
33 Marine Biology Club 2,3. Cristi Ann
Vaughan: Girls' League. Rebecca Lyn Wald-
bauer: Band 2,33 Track 23 Volleyball 33 NHS
4. Timothy C. Walker: Karate 2,3,43 Marine
Biology Club 2,3. Barbara Jean Wane: Cheer
43 Drill Team 33 Volleyball 3,43 Basketball 2,
3,43 Track 2,3,4. Dorinda Kennera Watson:
Quill Sz Scroll 43 Five Star Journal 43 Medical
Careers Club 43 FBLA 3,43 Pep Club 43 Ushers
Club 3. Linda Doreen Watson: Girls' League.
Loretta Gale Watson: Medical Careers Club
Vice-President 43 Band 23 FBLA 33 Latin Club
33 Pep Club 4. Vance Brian Weaver: Karate
Club 2. Ronald D. Weingarten: Senior Class
President 43 NHS 3, President 43 Debate 2,43
Band 2,33 Junior Committee 33 USE Cabinet
43 Track 23 Ski Club 2,33 School Accreditation
Committee 33 Optimist Youth Award Winner
43 Senior Committee 43 NHS Entrance Re-
evaluation Committee Chairman 4. Kirby D.
Welch: Boys' Federation. Renne C. Welk:
Choir 4. Kathleen Lynn Wellner: Pep Club
2,3,4. Susan Arlene Wells: Girls' League.
Leslie R. White: Bicentennial 43 Studio Study
Center 23 EYC 2,3,43 Pep Club 2,3,43 Art
Guild 4. Bradley Richard Whiting: Reveille
3,43 Basketball 23 Spanish Club 43 Golf 3.
Dorothy Cheryl Williams.' Art Guild Treasurer
4. Charles Michael Williamson: Basketball
2,3,43 Letterman's Club 4. Pam D. Wilson:
Girls, League. Sally Ann Wilson: Ushers
Club 3,43 Medical Careers Club 23 German
Club 23 Choir 4. Scott E. Wonder: Wrestling
2,3,43 Cross Country 2,3,43 Forensics 2,3,43
NHS 3,43 Junior Secretary 33 Senior Com-
mittee 43 Shoestring Players 23 Letterman's
Club 2,3,4. Mike A. Young: Boys' Federa-
tion. Nellie Young: Girls' League. Steven Ray
Zike: Represented Eisenhower in State Moto-
cross Finals 43 Track 23 Art Guild Vice-
President 4. Craig Allen Zimmerman: Wres-
tling 2,3. Robert Lee Zink: Boys' Federation.
Ron Hanson, teacher aide for a boys' physical education class, reclines against the bleachers in the main gym when his duties are done.
Visions of sophomores and juniors arise as Gale Coston ponders.
f " Cyndi Poulin concentrates in class while dressed for fifties day.
Caryn Schmidt and Sue Eckenbom mimick 3 referee and Davis Coach, Vivacious Julie Lemke encourages crowds at victorious Ike game
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Cheerleader Nicki Byers displays school enthusiasm during spirit week. Checked for blood drawmg'
At Father-Daughter Dance, father Mr. Richard Eckel appears to be kept busy by two senior girls. daughter Julie and Carolyn Bostic.
The fire of March 2, 1975, caused ex-
tensive damage to portions of the
building such as the resource center,
Five-Star Journal room, Reveille
room, and A-V center.
Through the course of the '76 school
year these rooms were rebuilt to meet
modern standards of excellence. Up-
stairs Reueille and Five-Star rooms
were changed into one, known as the
Downstairs, resource and A-V centers
were developed into a large multipur-
pose meeting area.
In September the library was moved
into the newly furnished resource
center and work began on remodeling
and rebuilding the old library.
New facilities were enstalled in the
library, such as a check-out system
for tape recorders and film strip ma-
chines. A new system for checking
out books was also devised using
Mrs. Dorothy Barton casually thumbs through a magazine to check it for articles of interest labeled in the Readers Guide
194 L1brary Remodeling
the new library is finally completed.
Students from Mr. Kuykendall's first period class take time out from studies to help move the library from the east wing to the west.
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Reueille dedicated to two fine teachers
It was unanimously decided by the
Reueille staff that the dedication be
shared by Geneva Renn and Rebecca
Scholl. Both have given a great deal
to their classes and students.
Mrs, Renn is a devoted teacher and
inspires her students to better
achievements. She gives a little
something extra to each student. She
has taught at Eisenhower for many
years and is an asset to the school.
Her interests include music, art, and
literature. Despite serious health
problems, Mrs. Renn has struggled
valiantly and remained involved in
The Reueille staff of 1976 wishes to
express their extreme appreciation to
Mrs. Rebecca Scholl for her long and
hard work with the Reueille and
Five Star Journal. Not many people
realize all the worry and extra hours
during school and after school that
she has spent. She leaves for a po-
sition as curriculum coordinator be-
tween the two high schools and junior
Mrs. Geneva Renn, who has taught at Eisenhower for many years enjoys one ofher interests at home reading good literature
Baccalaureate held at Hol Famil
The annual event of Baccalaureate
was held in Holy Family and at-
tended by many parents and friends.
To highlight the service, the Cadet
choir performed some inspiring songs.
They were, "Song of Moses," "The
Lord's Prayer," "America The Beau-
tiful," "Jubilant Songf' and to round
it off, "Let There Be Peace on
Earth? Also three members of the
Cadet band played "Trumpet Volun-
tary" as graduates entered and left
the church in slow procession.
Theme of the Baccalaureate was on
the Bicentennial Year, "We are the
Reflections of our Heritage . . . The
Inspiration of our Future? The Rev.
John A. Ecker gave the welcome and
invocation as well as the benediction
and dismissal. The Rev. Howard F.
Childers spoke on the topic "We are
the Reflections of our Heritagejl
while Mr. Pennebaker spoke on "We
are the Inspiration of our Future . . .
Excited seniors gather after Baccalaureatte services outside Holy Family.
Rev. John Ecker steps out during service to show sign of peace with graduate Larry Lancaster.
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Rev. Howard Childers, Rev. John Ecker, and Mr. Pennebaker
join in a song.
Senior Luncheon was marked by a
bit of hilarity as senior Doug An-
drews prepared to sing his rendition
of Elton John's "Your Song" wearing
a false nose and plastic glasses. To
the relief of all, however, he ended up
singing the song without his disguise.
Outstanding musical entertainment
by Doug and seniors Nicki Byers and
Heidi Lewis highlighted the affair
held on June 7 at the Masonic Tem-
ple. Later in the program juniors
Shelley Cartier and Scott Lewis gave
a polished, nostalgic tribute to the
seniors entitled "Remember When?"
The senior gift to the school was an-
nounced at the luncheon. Three
paintings produced by some of Yak-
ima's most outstanding artists, in-
cluding Mr. Earl Wiuff and Mr.
Chuck Naasz of the Eisenhower staff,
were happily presented to the newly
All Night Party
Filled with a mixture of relief and
exhilaration, the seniors of the class
of 1976 filed into the YMCA to cele-
brate with an All-Night Party sup-
posedly lasting from 10:30 p.m. to 3
Entertainment was provided by the
Raggband. A buffet of cold cuts and
other foods was set up for hungry sen-
iors, while enthusiastic parents ran
the ice cream fountain. The athletic
aspect of the party was not forgotten,
either, as facilities were available for
swimming, playing handball, and
playing basketball. Mr. Jack Nicho-
las remarked afterwards, "The game
rooms were wall-to-wall kids."
Though the students were looking
forward to the future, they were also
reminded of the past. The photo de-
partment blew up several first and
fifth grade pictures from various ele-
mentary schools in the valley of the
198 Senior Luncheon
Graduating seniors enjoy
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Chris Girard and partner easily execute "The Bump" to music by The Raggband.
enior Luncheon and ll- ight Party
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Shelley Cartier and Scott Lewis read "Remember
Senior Scott Doyle places the eight ball as Tony Soper aims with his racquet. Whenm,
Wayne Ginter and other spectators stand enthralled with football game in which Greg Butler. Kris Keutzmann, and Patty Kirkwood are involved.
cott onder and Pam Brandeen direct
Student speakers Scott Wonder and
Pam Brandeen presented stimulating
speeches on the commencement
theme "We Are the Reflections of
Our Heritage, The Inspiration of Our
Futurew to a very '4festive" and en-
thusiastic audience. This was a
change from past commencement
procedure of having a distinguished
adult guest speaker.
'clt was really great, they got the
audience involved with themf'
commented sophomore Lori Vaughn
about the well-delivered student
speeches. Faculty reaction was also
extremely enthusiastic about con-
tinuing with student speakers in fu-
Dr. W. Dean Starr welcomed stu-
dents, parents, and guests, followed
by Ron Weingarten leading the flag
salute. Salli Geisert gave the open-
ing invocation, followed by the stu-
Musical entertainment for the occa-
sion was provided by the Cadet Choir
and the Lancers, along with the Ca-
det Band's presentation of the tra-
ditional "Pomp and Circumstancen
during the procession.
Dr. Dale Miller and Mrs. Robert
Yost awarded the diplomas.
The graduating Class of '76 file to their seats with assistance from junior Neil Romney
In the moment for which they have all been waiting, the senior class stands proudly in attention in view of the American flag before them
Class of ' 6 in commencement exercises
Pam Brandeen speaks on "The Inspiration of Our Future" as Scott Wonder awaits his turn. Tom Kennedy giV9S the benediction and dismissal-
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Nancy Rogers, Dorinda Watson, Diane Rowell, and Loretta Watson, first in line of procession, eagerly anticipate receiving their diplomas.
Fift -three Ike Seniors receive honors
Susan Bacon .... National Merit Commended
Marian Baer .
Rick Blank ,........
..... . . . , . .George Washington
. . . ..... George Washington
.Ross Lynch Scholarship
Michele Bryant .....,,...,..... Lila Miller
Greg Butler .,.. National Merit Commended
Mike Chrisom ,...,......... National Merit
Commended Student 1975-1976
Greg Donohue ,,...,..,..... National Merit
Commended Student 1975-1976
Sue Eckenbom ....,, Yearbook Achievement
Patricia Eshenko ........ George Washington
Keri Fireham mer ,..r,, Betty Crocker Home-
maker of Tomorrow
Mindi Fiskness ........ Central Washington
State College Scholarship
Betty Floren ......., Mr. Leels Beauty School
Glenn Ford ..... .,... U niversity of Idaho
Michael Garrison ...... Columbia University
Salli Geisert ...,...,.. Honors at Entrance at
Whitman Collegeg Yakima Federal Savings
8: Loan Scholarship
Mardell Groenig ..,,,... George Washington
Diana Grunlose ,.....,, Colville Confederated
Tribe Scholarship K2 yearl to Eastern
Washington State College
David Gustafson ........ George Washington
Mike Hammermeister ...... Golf Scholarship
to Columbia Basin College
Lynn Harden .,........ National Scholastic
Merit Award in Photography
202 Scholarships and Awards
Kellye Holder ....,,..., Hakima Rotary Club
Scholarshipg Honors at Entrance at
Seattle Pacific College
Greg Hinton ..,..... Lila Miller Scholarship
Kathy Hughes ..,.....,... Mr. Lee's Beauty
Mark P. Johnson .........,., National Merit
Finalist 1975-19765 Alcoa Engineering
Brian Kerns .,.. National Merit Commended
Student 1975-19763 Central Washington
State College Brass Scholarshipg Charles
and Beth Schaefer Memorial Prize
Patricia Kirkwood .... University Scholarship
from Pacific Lutheran University
Debbie Lerch ...... Mr. Lee's Beauty School
Steven Lieb ...,,..... Lila Miller Scholarship
Lori Lovering ..,..... Daughters' of American
Revolution Good Citizenship Award
Dorene Luckett ..,,,,.... George Washington
Sherri Marshall ...,.... Honors at Entrance
at Whitman College
William McMillan ........ Mr. Lee's Beauty
Larry Meyn ........., National Merit Finalist
Douglas Moore, .Bernard Homes Inspirational
Pamela Mullen ,........... Seiber Memorial
Brad Munson .,...... Scholastic Scholarship
to St. Edward's University
Elaine Ostrander ....,... Yakima Business Sz
Professional Womens, Club Scholarshipg
Ralph Sundquist Scholarshipg Washington
State's representative to the National
Debate Tournament in Extemporaneous
Cyndi Peterson ....,, Yearbook Achievement
Pam Pierce ....,...,. Lila Miller Scholarship
Cindy Potts ........ Yakima Charter Chapter
of American Business Womens' Association
Ruth Reyes .,,,...... Yakima Human Rights
Cheryl Sisson ...... Mr. Lee's Beauty School
Tony Soper ..,..... Scholarship to Whitman
Patrick Sudmeier ........ National Scholastic
Merit Award in Photography
Jay Templin .....,,..,....,. Elks Vocational
Mary Vandiver ..,... President's Scholarship
to Pacific Lutheran Universityg Honors at
Entrance at Pacific Lutheran Universityg
National Honor Society Scholarshipg
Yakima Altrusa Club's Katherine Klise
Memorial Scholarshipg Yakima Sorop-
timist Club Outstanding Senior Girl in
Athleticsg Altrusa's Young Woman of the
Year Awardg National Merit Commended
Dorinda Watson ........ George Washington
Loretta Watson .,.. ..., G eorge Washington
Ron Weingarten ....,... Yakima Soroptimist
Club Youth Citizenship Award
Leslie White ...... Scholarship to Whitworth
Scott Wonder . .National Merit Commended
M i of 1976Graduates
"'i0ut of Your Element, Into Your Element"
' -by Jamie Christensen
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The Eisenhower Reueille staff would like to express
their gratitude to the patrons who helped support this
Bicentennial book. The photos on this page come from
Yakima Valleyis past. The Reueille staff is striving to
recall the past moments of 1976 at Eisenhower in this
Nob Hill ASLW
Thomas Perry, M.D.
Stanley Coffin, M.D.
Mr. Sz Mrs. Lee Stratton
George McCulloch Sz
Frank Barringer, D.D.S.
Mike Korach, D.D.S.
Thomas Kerns, M.D.
Kentucky Fried Chicken
Dental Centre West
Hillcrest Dairy Queen
Home Federal Savings and
Wildwood Frame Shop
Don and Carol Wall
D.C. Englund Real Estate
G.L. Corkrum, D.D.S.
Cornelius D. Brandt, M.D.
Larry Connell, D.D.S.
Michael J. lasella, D.D.S.
Walter Kennedy, M.D.
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Frank, Jeff 46,162
Frank, Valerie 123,181
Franklin, Carole 116,150
Frazier, Cindy 162
Frazier. Clayton 39,91
Frazier, Lori 134,181
Freidt, Donald 150
Frenzel, Ron 150
Frisk, Dr. Jack L. 98
Froelich, Alvin 150
Frost, Shawn 150
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Gaines, Steve 40,41
Gammie, Lisa 60,61,162
Ganther, Shelly 85,162
Gargett, Leonard 181
Garoutte, Jim 41.50,53,58,181
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Gehhardt, Ronald 181
George, Dehra 162
George. Paulette 20,106.181
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Gilmore. Je1'1'ry 150
Gilmore, Lance 150
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Girard. Chris 182
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Haney, Brenda 150
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Harper, Deanna 182
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Heasley, Linda 162'
Hebert, Richard 172,183
Hecht, Dolores 104,183
Hefflinger, Andy 34,35,36.50,52.16
Hefflinger, Dean 111,183
Heimgartner, Robert 94
Hein, Ray 183
Heinen, Dean 183
Heman, Laurie 150
Heman, Lisa 36,163
Hemhree, Richard 163 I
Hemphill, David 150
Henderson, Alan 183
Henderson, Lloyd 132,183
Hendricks, Karl 163
Hendricks, Kevin 150
Hendricks, Janet 22,23,24,1221,18Ji
Hendrickson, Celia 135,188
Hendrickson, Donald 150
Henry, Jayne 151
Herher, Dave 151
Hessey. Ruth 74
Hessler. Irene 76
Heuston, Joel 168
Heuston, Stephan 151
Hieberl, Lori 1621
Higuera. Steve 151
Hildahl, Karen 1811
Hill. Laura 28,151
Hill. Plioehe 1821
Hill. Wendy 1-1.151
Hines. Linda 151
Hinsz. Eugene 170.1811
Hinton. Gregory 1161 10.1.11.1313i.l
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Hitchcock. Greg 219.1621
Hoflge. Jennie 12151.16I1
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Hollingshead, Barhnrzi 1831
Hollzinger. Mark 29,3111.1t131
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Hohner. fllairx 61,151
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Hughes. W.Vl'. 27
Hull. Dax id 151
Hunter, Laurie 42,-1Ii,125,1315,16ZS
Hunziker. Scott 158,163
Hurson, Tom 135.18-1
Hurst. Gregg 1621
Hurst. Owen 97
Huth, Pam 151
Irons, Christie 1611
lrsfeld. Lori 125,163
lrsfeld, Susan 146,151
Irwin, Stephanie 216.1 15.l31l.1.lo.16I
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lsom, Glen 1621
lsom, Mila 151
Jacohe, Vernon 1621
Jaeger, Fran 14,15,84,l26,171.18-1
Jaeger. Linda 1154
Jaeger. Mick 1611
James, Tim 1611
Janik. Kerrone 18-1
Jennings, Jack 48
Jensen. Lisa 27.1611
Jensen, Matt 1631
Jessen. Richard 157
Jessup. John 27
Jessup, Judy 27.151
Jessup, Mike 1031.163
Johnson. Curt 55,151
Johnson, Deniee 1613
Johnson, Iris 76
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Johnson, Kim 16313,
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Johnson, Matt 151
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Johnston, Patty 45,1-19
Johnston, Rohin 151
Johnstone, Marria 184
Jolley. Betty 125,184
Jorgensen, Danny 1631
Juarez. Kelly 151
Julius. Laurie 128.151
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Kearny. Patrick 135.16-1
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Krieger, George 94
Kroger, 'l'irn 16-1
Krous, Victoria 125,185
Kuntz, David 152
Kuntz, Karl 39,152
Kurbitz, Debbie 61,152
Kuykendall, Thomas 811,81,103
LaBeau, Lori 84,152
Lacey, Allen 68,139,185
Lacey, Kelly 69,152
Lambert, .loel 164
Lancaster, Larry 185
Langwell, Laura 152
Larin, Brian 164
Lalliviere, Michael 39,811
LeBoeul', Patti 164
Ledbetter, Mike 38,16-1
Lee, Beverly 27,158,164
Lee, David 152
LeMaster, Beth 164
Lem ke, Julie 36,37,126,l71,176
Lemke, Kathy 26,125,164
Lenz, Brian 132,164
Leonard, Dave 128,132,164
Lerch, Debera 29.185
Lewis, Heidi 17,23,25,12il,185
Lewis, Nora 185
Lewis, Sally 152
Lieb, Steve 185
Lillegard. Ann 61 ,135,152
Lind, Susan 152
trom, David 152
Little, Marilyn 89,152
Ljutiv, .lames 186
Loekbeam, Danny 511,152
Loewe, Eldon 27,811,111
Logstrom, Dale 132,185
Logstrorn, Darrel 164
l10gS1l'Ul11, Dean 185
Long, Debby 164
Long, Denny 164
Long, Pain 164
Long1'ellow, Linda 185
Longsine, Brent 152
Loofburrow, Mary 36,117,185
l.oranr'e, -loe 3-1,511,51 ,152
Lovell, 'llrary 152
Lovering, Blake 164
Lovering, Lori 119.128,186
Lucas, Dave -111,41.164
Lucas, Mike 186
Luckett, Doreene 37,79,186
Luekett, Randy 164
Lutjemeier, Debra 74,134,186
Lynch, Robert 186
Mabry. Kevin 115.158.1641
McAfee, Mark 165
Mc'Carter, Peggy 152
McClure, Eugene 86
Mt-1'onne1l. Mary 152
Mefullough, William 77
McDonald. Dugan 152
Mc-Donald, Mark 152
lylelilroy, Michael 111-1,1118
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Mc-Guinness, Lisa 135,152
Melluinness, Mike 66.186
Metiuire, Brian 39,511,153
Mctiuire, Bruce 153
11114-tluire, Paul 153
McKenna, Brian 165
1V1t-Kenna, Elaine 135.186
Mc'Kenna, Patti 153
lN1cKenna. 'Perry 511,186
enzie, Karen 146,186
McKinley. Holly 187
Mat'Kleit, Kathy 187
N1t'Lean, Mary 187
McManigal, Bonnie 39.1211 2.-.181
1N'lcQueen, Cynthia 1?14,135,1
lvlcliann, Brenda 187
Mahoney. 'lames 186
Mahoney, Teresa 186
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Manley, Cindy 6t1,61.131,186
Manley, Tammy 42,61,16-1
Markgral, Robyn 165
Marking, ,lean 118,146,152
Marklancl, Doris 135,186
Markle, Cindy 165
Marples, Diane 152
Marr, Kevin 49,95,152
Marsh, Jon 165
Marsh, Rhondi 123,165
Marshall, Jerry 811
Marshall, Sherri 111,125,186
Martin, Dave 134,186
Martin, Steve 152
Marugg, Kathleen 186
Mason, C'onnie 61,152
Mather. Barbie 152
Mathews, Ron 165
Mayhak, Debra 152
May, Benjamin 65,123,186
Mayo, Larry 165
Mays, Susan 37,128,186
Meier, Kenneth 88
Mellotte, Brad 153
Mellotte, Julie 187
Melton, Terri 187
Melzer, Ann 157,159,165
Menard, Greg 39,187
Menard, Rodney 153
Merrick, Kenneth 88
Messiek, Brian 165
Meteer, Pain 153
Meyers, 'Perry 21
Meyers, 'l'iniotby 187
Meyn, Larry 187
Michael, Annette 165
Miller, Brian 153
Millre, Dr. Dale 98,99
Miller, Dave 166
Miller, Deon 187
Mills, Paul 153
Mills, Kelly 153
Miner, Dan 131,166
Miner, Dennis 39,153
Moeriuke, Linda 153
Mondor, Parn 153
Montgomery, Rod A, 188
Moody. Frank 188
Moody, Lucy 166
Mooney, Laurie 96,104,158,1
Moore, Debi 153
Moran, Cathy 166
Moreside, Mike 166
Mor1'ord, Ken 132
Morforcl. Randy 153
Morgan, Martin 166
Moriarty, Janine 153
Morrell, Randy 48,153
Morris, Kathie 133,153
Mosebar, Derrick 34,215,153
lvlosebar. Cary 188 V
Mullen, Pamela 188
Mullenlwolil, Andy 132,188
Munclen, Brad 119,452,153
Munden, Russell 411,41,188
Munson, Brad 17,123,188
Munson. Russ 1531
lylunzanreder. Chuck 166
Murrey, Lori 153
Myers, Mark 41
Nanee, Lorri 153
Nashem, Rod 153
Neilert. Raymond 188
Nelson. Cwhuek 98.99
Nesvig, Lisa 1.1.1
Neumann, Frederick 78.79
Nicholas. .lark 97,111,118
Nicholson. Julie .1 7 .188
Nnrstadt, Thomas 411,41,511,139,188
Novohielski, Kathryn 134,188
Novohielski, Nancy 20
Nyssen, Kenneth 188
Nystrom, Desiree 154
Odlancl, Jett' 188 1
O'l'1alloran,Carol75 7 ' I
Oldham. Nancy L66 e A KJ
O1son,1,lill 1885 -V. '.,,r' iii, I
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Organ,'Ma-rgaret 10111 54
Osliiig Ann: L66 f , Q - ' ,
1 Valles, 3551117155151
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Palrner',,,Vfieki 1 88
Papafanio, Suzanne 61,1:i5,154
Parish, Linda 154
Parker, Lori 36,166
Pat-nsh, Diane 154
Paschan, Tim 154
Patterson, Douglas 82,83
Patterson, Rosemarie 188
Patrick, Clary 48
Pepper, Teresa 135,166
Perniek, Charles 131,166
Peterson, Cindy 54,123,166
Peterson, Helen 98
Peterson, Kathy 54,55,1 18,1-16,152,154
Peterson, Mark 154
Peterson, Ron 39,49,1 18,146.154
Petryy Larry 99
Pt'eit', Doug 91,166
Philips, Richard 189
Phillips, Diane 27,29,125,134,166
Phillips, Glenn 411,41,65,136,189
Phillips, Pam 42,154
Pieatti, Mike 166
Pierce, Pamela 37,126,189
Pinkal, Barbara 134,189
Plumb, Carl 94,115
Polo, Mike 36,415,166
Pool, Mike 166
Pool, Sandra 76
Porter, Kim 166
Potfenger, Lori 112,166
Potter, Doreen 134,189
Potter. Michelle 154
Prints, Cindy 1114,1116,129,189
Potts, Steve 154
Pllhdlfl, Cynthia 67.139,176,189
Poviiers, .John 50,134,189
Irfan, Steve 4o,41.48,a7.i6a
Prentice, Dave 25,122.167
PrQt1t.Julie141 1+ r
Pryor, Derron 1-111
Purclin, Teri 167
Purington. Scott 154
Ra'ftis."B'reift'da '13-12189 " "
Rainford. Mike 85,167
Ramirez, Helen 157- 5 - -1 ' '
Rasmussen,..Ju1ie154- 1- , f, 1
Iinicifrm. Robyn :mas
Rathjen, Lori 45,154
Rausten, Susan 154
Raymond, David 68,659,189
Redman, Robert 65,189
Reed. Curtis 154 ,
Reed, 'llim 155
Reirh. Rick 167
Reneeker, Tina 155
Rennelierg. Daniel 69,128,155
RE'I1Slo. Orville 87
Reyes, Ruth 134.189
Reynolds, Richard 167
Rhea, Teresa 10-1,167
Rice. Andy 155
Richardon, Tami 155
Ricker, Inge 80
Smith. Forrest 134,190
Smith, Pam 45,135,155
Smith, Pam 155
Smith, Pam D,155
Smoke, Ruth 134,190
Smoot, Kim 67,155
Vaughan, Christi 192
Vaughn, Lori 156
Wagner, Nellie 42,88, 125
Ricker, Phillip 34,167
Rigos, Valerie 78,134
Rigshy, Bill 155
Riley,Terri 21,:16,11T,l'P7 109 173,189
Riyard, Scott 167
Roady, Ruth 116,167
Rnarl, Heidi 155
Roberts. Kent 117.58190
Roby, Shirley 28.125190
Roemer, Carolyn 167
Roether, Mike 116,132,190
Rogers, Nancy 104,129.190
Romero, Arthur 167 -
Sonker, Irvin 78,79,134
Soos, Peter 116,131,155
Soos. Steven 116,131,191
Soper, Tony 17,98,118,119,123,191
Spearman, Doug 168
Speight, Tami 134,168
Sprague, Sara 45,155
Squires. Jim 25,34,l21,191
Stangl, Michelle 106,129,191
Starr, Dr. Warren 98
Stauffacher, Tina 29,42,125,128,191
Stephens, Lori 168
Stephens. Marc 155
Stoddart, Shula 156
Waldbauer, Jeff 39.118,146. 157
Waldbauer, Rebecca 75.97,192
Walker, Anthony 169
Walker, Don 157
Walker, Timothy 131,192
Wall, Scott 69,128,157
Wall, Vikki 104.129,l34,169
Wane. Barbara 37.424-188.8.131.521 197
Wane. Candi 42,157
Ward, Mark 39,-19.157
Wardle, Heidi 169
Wamer, David 39,169
Warren, Marcia 169
Watkins, Kim 157
Romig, Farrel 38,I19.92,9S1,18-1
Romney, Neil 67,167
Root, Ralph 167
Rosandick, Mary 135.167
Rosandich, Steve 103,128,155
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Stolte, Bruce 168
, Jacqueline 126,171,191
Stone, Paul 168
Stone, Ted 50.53,88,89
Rose. Philip 69,128,155
Rose, Steve 155
Ross, Tom 29.6-1,190
Rossow, William 158,167
Roth, Frank 190
Roulston, Ann 155
Roulston. Jim 19
Rowell, Diane 133,190
Rowell, Doug 104,167
Rufer, Elizabeth 155
Rushlight, Leslie 135.167
Russell, Leonard 155
Russell, Susan 190
Ryan, Rhonda 167
Rynd, Bill 39,167
St, George, Delores 75
St. George, Julie 168
St. Pierre, Theresa 155
Saito. Nario 140
Salinas, Donald 167
Sanderson, Annie 134,190
-Schactler, Linda 118,125,158,167
Schafer, Keith 135,155
Schaffer, Todd 167
Schatz, Linda 167
Schawb, Jane 80,81,139 , A
Scheibner, Rodger 17,23',122,123,130,190
Scheuerman, Mark 155,
Scheuermap,,Te17esa 132,190 A
Seheu1ffe1e,Me1issa'157 ' "
Sclirzia1,QRoge1' 155f ' "
,SC1unidt, Caryn 115,190 1 j A
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Stratton. Gerri 106,129,134,191
Stratton, Julie 20,36,125,168
Streif, Carol 156
Strickland, Elizabeth 168
Strmiska. Sheryle 104,129,191
Strong, Kathy 61,156
Stmther, Mark 191
Stuhr, Cassie 42,168
Stump. Lori 168
Sublett, Brian 168
Sudmeier, Mark 168
Sudmeier, Pat 191
Suga, Tokuya 140
Suko, Marcia 96
Suver, Linda 36,168
Suver, Rochelle 156
Svendsen, Andy 46.-19,187,191
Svendsen, Chris 64,156
Swedin, Kjell 168
Switzer, Sandy 156
Tarleton, Chris 168
Taylor, Cindy 156
Taylor, Jeanette 156
Taylor, Dr. Michael 98,99
Tedford, Kristi 42,191
Telega, Mike 40,411,191
Templin, Jay 29,-41,46,129,133,191
Templin, Lori 156
Tesch, Debbie 156
Tessier, Leonard 168 ,
Thaxton, Lcrene 37,134,191
Thomas, Carrie 118,170,191
Thomas, David 168
Thomas, Jim 68,69,168
Thomas, Laurel 156
Thomas, Peggy 45,156
Thomas, Ron 156
Thomas, Sara 156 ,
Thomas, Stuart 18,40,41,191
Thomas, Tamlyn 168
Thomas, Teresa 69,156 ,
Watson, Dorin da 106,129,133,134.19 7
Watson, Ken 39,133,157
Watson, Linda 192
Watson, Loretta 37,61.133,192
Weaver, Lana 28,45,61,169
Weaver, Lori 28,36.45.61,169
Weaver, Shirley 36.169
Webster, Gary 39,157
Webster, Jacqueline 157
Webster. Kelli 157
Weedin, Gregg 157
Weingarten, Ronald 36,102,118,119,170,192
Welk, Renee 93,192
Wellner, Kathleen 192
Wellner, Kenneth 169
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'Sehylknechtg Darrell 155 '
Schhltz. Tyler 167 ' -
Schuster, Sue 155 V- 1, A
Schwenk, Kevin 34,190 f' ,
pson ,-A Cora 168 , i y
Thompson, Darlene'191 1
Thornpson,Gwen191. ,V ,V ,
Thompson, Luana'191g 1 ' "
Thompson, Maribeth 115,191 ,
Thompson, Miche1el116,191 -I
Thompsonglwltert 40,41,156 '
pson, 157 '
Thompson,Terrie168, ,.,' : '
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Wells, Susan 192
Wentz, Brian 41.169
Wentz, Jody 45,61,15-1,157
Wenzel, Wendy 164,169
Westmiller, Mike 39,41.47,48,65,157
White. Lee 34,90
White. Leslie 138,139,192
de, Brian 47.-18,67,157
de, Bruce 157
Whiting, Bradley 104,192
Wikstrom, Jill 125,129,169
Williams, Ammie 157
Williams, Dorothy 1313.192
Williams, Jeff 169
Williamson, Mike 46,49,192
Williamson, Randy 49,157
Willingham, Linda 157,169
Willis, Kerry 39.157
Wilmoth, Debra 169
Wilson, Brian 157
Wilson, Pam 192
Wilson Paul 49 157
Wilson, Sally 135,192
Wilson, Susie 169
Wilson, Rodger 157
Wilton, Debbie 157
werder, Liz 169
Wise, Jan 42,44,61,l-16,154,157
Wiuff, Earl 84,85
Wonder, Scott 34,35,5O,138,139,192
Woods, Mark 169
Woods. Marie 157
,Woods, Paul 123,169
Wright, Carol 192
Wright, Kathryn 66,67,169
wyricit, Pam 106,129,169
Wyrick, Twila 157
Yearout, Charles 169
Yost, Joanne 98,99
l Young, Mike 110,169,192
Young, Randy 169
Scofield, Matthew 130,167 y ,
SeotQt,'Donna,167 1 .
Seabury, Betsy18,1l5,128.190 ' 1 A
Sebastian, Lori 34,36,131,133,135,1,68i I
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Septka, Eileen 36,67.167,168
Shannon, Richard'26,41,94,95 rf
Shaw, Brenda 45,155 7 A "3 '
Shelton, Daryl 168 V -
Shelton, Randy 157
Sherrygzlei-ry19,'41,190' " "5
Shick, David 155
Shick, Susan 106,129,133,135,168
Shipocot, Carol 168 -
Shoemaker, Dave 122,150
Shoemaker, Evelyn 133,168
Shryack, Patty 149,155
Siekawitch, Jerry 28
Siekawitch, Ken 155
Simmons, Ronald 155
Sinsel, Donean 61,162,168
Sires, Mark 168
Sisson, Cheryl 190
Sisson, Ron 155
Slutz, Philip 129,133
Thorrnahlen, Brenda 156 A
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Underwood, Keith 131,168
Underwood, Shawn 131,168
Urquhart, Dennis 39,419,156
Urvina, Tina 168
Valderhaug, Laurie 27,10-1, 129,165,168
VanBergeyk, Art 137,169
VandeGraaf, Linda 133,191
VandeGraaf, Lori 192
Vandiver, Mary 42,-44,60,61,128,l31,133,140,192
VanEaton, Ben 87
VanGorkam, Tom 192
Vanl-loose, Gayle 94,135
Youngblood, Lee 162
Younger. Bob 169
zefby, Steve 157
Zike, Brett 39,157
Zike, Steve 95,133,192
Zini, Lisa 25,536,169
Zini, Steve 157
Zowada. Bob 169
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