Emmett High School - Squaw Butte Saga Yearbook (Emmett, ID)

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P . - .. , f , -7 :fn . , . , J L .-tl-14 . - . - 5,4 L f Aw." 1 1 A 55 'if1" 'M I 2' 4. -' .fi 1 -in Q' fflil . if . 5' 1 gin Student Life Homecoming 1978 Homecoming Week 1978 probably should have been called senior week. All the dress up days were won by the seniors, the junior girls were defeated in Hag football, and the seniors captured first place in the float contest. Their Hoat, depicting a Wolverine in bed, kept in tune with the theme HSATURDAY NIGHT FEVER". 'V Homecoming queen candidates were, fromrleft to right: Pam Suitterg Theresa Posey, Heather Olson, Kelly Johnson, second runner-up, J Teresa Noble, queen, Dee Dee Mecham, First I 18 runner-upg Toni Pfaffg and Kathy Hodgins. The handsome gents in the back row who escourted the girls were Troy Haney, Brad Putzier, Brian Adamson, Mike Sawyer, Carl 3-' . N .nh-uw, l f i l ' . iii L' ix' Garner, Greg Spencer, Mike Bright and Mike King. Q . P I Q,-1? i ,.,- . ln' ' ' 'J In 1 'lan . j -ws' f ,Q 2' ' "" '---M1313 v.l s 4 V . 5 . ' 5 , LCA: U, ..,.x,- . 1 .,., ' f 131 4., .P N... , -577, , V- vt. '..,, Saturday Night Fever Ragged On . . . ... when on Thursday night there was a noise parade and bonfire. lVlany last minute preparations were made on all of the floats late Thursday. On Friday, a parade was held through downtown Emmett and an arousing pep assembly was held in the middle of lVIain Street. The Huskies capped the week off Friday evening as they defeated the Wolverines 40 to 7. A victory dance was held after the game with music provided by Skywalker. 20 ' -Nfl' '1" Y,, W 7 n, -L, u. ,Ft-f Y I-'. nl- KP E V, M.. I. ,, Tip-off Week 'S 4 Tip-off week 1979 turned out to be quite a success in many ways. First, the girls' JV basketball team captured first place in their district tournament for the second straight year. Then, the girls' varsity team placed first in their tournament and proceeded to capture fourth place in the state. As a footnote, the following week a special assembly was held to honor retiring Coach Ray T Mullins after 20 years of coaching. 5 The dress-up days were considered a l success even though there were only ,f f three of them-Toga Day, Doublemint J ff' Day, and Huskie Appreciation Day. I L If i i i The Tip-off candidates, pictured f 0 I below were, from left to right, i Jenifer Nlouritsen, Judy Hyde, i 5 second runner-up, Kathy Hodgins, Heather Olson, queen, Shelly Jensen, l x Nancie Conrad, Trudy Hyde, and K Ronnea Gibson, first runner-up. i - f l il -L. 22 qu" 7 I 3- .. 1 , I rf V A-1 an 4. ' K y " s - ,2 . '2 F? ' L. if ,s "1 ',4' 1,751-'4 . il I 4 , . . V X . 1 V '- F' i , -.J' , 7 gg df Q fb 1 1 1-1. I 1 , 'Aan I W .'x,.,fg' - ,X ,y L41 .su .3 -. I ww S? -A.. :VA 1:1 'x 'Quill'- wiv 40?- 1' l A W ., N Hx ' 4 1 w w , 3 . i,,.,, .W .. 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Polynesian decor, 31 . -v'- including alm trees, native M -1ri'.r':1i1 'I'.M .g15-11-.:.5I '-'-' ' f 119 , , H ggi, if huts, and a Tiki god set the A' gyfff' mood for this traditional girl- ,ft .f" f , ask-boy formal dance. Sponsored ...4 , ge and voted on by the Pep Club, gk, gif Skip King, John Evans, was .. rigs. . A f . 1- as -H ' F leee l ' f 5555335525555 "A"' 1' lx ' 1 f 2,..,.:, 2:1312 .,., E . .,.. ::,?gE::-: I dx. ..:,:. 9.-Fggggjs --i -1 f' ' 'S sf- v:?'e:E:.2rf:f rg- ,.'. r:gg2:v1z:A ., 'af :::5:2:1:Z2 1-.1E1?..-' V v-4-"- '-'31 .F 3515- :513:f:f-3-- T 1' 53- e -: :1 :5:g51g5? ,g:1:r:2' 5 - 1551.241 ji '4'rA ,.'15.,1,. f ."' - ' -41 -. - -'-, --- it E' 52:2 ffw - :i:E1iEz: 'jf..r?3,:jie " '-' 1 ' ,.-.:e:.f.- Q,mlzwiml l ' A '-'- ' . "' ' ix .,, is .,. . ..gz235.g5,g.a21gi:-1. ' A lf --'-'iicffv ' , H H -V' ' 5 . TT" ' "H :il l l l 26 crowned during intermission. Randy Rosecrans and Chris Donaldson were first and second runners-up, respectively. Other candidates below were top, left to right, Nlike Sawyer and Greg Walker, and bottom, Greg Darnell, Brant Tritthart, and Troy Haney. The band, "Cottonwood," provided the entertainment. .Qi -M l . -. V -1-my-- fgyw 9 ' , is fag, fr QL, 1 w ,- K w Q W f mf, 5 'N 53 Jil' f ' 'Y Q1 3. - qu X , , M- ', 'JJ , 1 - :J .-Sgr. Q . .. -f' vi, xr, Qi, mfg' ME ..T,-'.,,r.- . Fw! - . x nt A ' f-., 533' wi,-' au :- W w X ff. Yw,, A ". '1,, J- L ?1gL:'3:' 14 FA 5 ,.,.,v F- fllxi- A, -1 ,ww , H , N , wi 4 I gp? w..Wi? ' 1 . ' II My N, .av ' 5 7531 ffl, 1 ' .QA f., ' -N U .415 -QQ, A 1 r , , , , V5 ,. Eff Q49 27 Valentine's Dance The VaIentine's Dance, sponsored by the Epitome, was held on February 16. Susan Robinson and Troy Haney, pictured at lower right, were crowned King and Queen of Hearts. The other candidates included Dale Barrett, LaNeen lVlacArthur, Steve Jones, Lori Goodwin, Shawn Woolley, Lois Schrade, Frank Proctor, LeAnn Pierce, Jordon Nlattson, Marci Scott, Heather Jensen, Cliff Cannon, Colleen Irwin, and Doug Elsberry. A kissing booth, featuring LaNeen NlcArthur and Dale Barrett, was a highlight of the dance. ...S N N 28 'Q -v 1-47.- Harlem Clowns The Harlem Clowns played the high school faculty on November 29, and the outcome ofthe game was the same as it had been in years past. The Clowns easily defeated the faculty before a big crowd at the high school gym. Pat Daniels, who played only in the second half, led the faculty in scoring with 13 points The Clowns travel all over the northwest entertaining people with their hilarious antics on the basketball court. 29 Sherry Brown Rodeo Club Kathy Hodgins Sophomore class Dee Dee Nlecham Student Council Toni Pfal? Drill Team Alice Bruner Junior class Judy Hyde Senior class Nadine Nlecham DECA Theresa Posey Key Club Sylvia Carver Imagination Unlimited Shelly Jensen Epitome Jenifer Nlouritsen Ski Club Susan Robinson FNA Patti Dion Choir Chris Johns Swing choir Teresa Noble Science Club Kathryn Schauer FHA Nlarie Eaton Pep Club Kelly Johnson Freshman class Heather Olson NHS Darla Vaughn Auto III 30 --4 Sweethearts Ball The theme for this year's Sweetheart's Ball was llTime Passages Through Christmas". Dee Dee lvlecham was crowned queen by band president Don Goslin during the floor show. At the entrance of the dance, the theme was carried out by a time machine which reflected images from early cavemen and pioneers, to a modern-day lVlr. and lVlrs. Santa Claus. The band l'Passage" provided the music. Pictured from left to right are Patti Dion, Hrst runner-upg Dee Dee Mecham, queeng and Darla Vaughn, second runner-up. The rest of the candidates are pictured on the facing page. , yt S V, 1... . if . . -1- K i ' Q i mf We X ., JY- . k X I, -y, ' ' V ,- ' at if Aw..-Lrg TLILV A 1 , gYR'T" 'S nf. R I l ' rl ., N JT ,,.... ,-T., gg 1 L-i, , . -SQ L l 'fi ifff5'1N f , , . 'Y' '. x.. ,Q W Q -"' 4 VY . S F.. V --.. f ' , 5 ' wg ,, -- V ,F kin. W f- .XM Z ,, ' , 'fbi 2 . -, QA: , X . xg, X -Wig ,Q f W . X I: 9 3' iggi LJ ,Z . J 'i fl 4. , - -Y-5 il, ' J if . 5 ,. '. K ' "J , if 11 ' I I 74.4 ,A f ,Y Y W .Y,. ..., 34 Y N ' W. N Av J E 'vfi' W. Nw gm 1 Ny , - f,. 1. 'Q r Qtaiq-4: M 44 :xx sn i X gi fi Wx x QF X il Nt? N, "Sa NW- XX - -Q ' , 22:55-. .X ,ggi "K X551 :LU 1 Q 'VL ,.,, , I G s ,f U! ,V zfnfjuf Hill Al Christmas Parade This year, Emmett High School sponsored a Christmas parade in order to thank local merchants for their support of the many clubs at E.H.S. Parade entries included a student council Hoat sporting the Sweetheart's Ball candidates, the band and drill team, a book worm, and of course, Santa Claus. Many of the clubs in the high school had decorated cars in the parade, also. lVlany townspeople turned out for the parade and it was considered a great success by everyone. gl I 9 V, f"r " 1'fl t gp -,F 'PA 'i F 5311 4 . wo, ,bw -a ' . tgqvyl' -1 4 .fs-2 lv! .N ' - .. 'fi' gf' ,, -gl 32.123 D .Q ' .. Q,-' ui ' I., 7, my 5 'W .." ,-gm, ,Q'JiY5"o - I f f .1 -- ff? W ' -'yell - 1 -X ,r . do mpg! ,Mig -Qi an l .i ' ' 4 lf-:fQPiEf?fd2 ' Si '. ' " 'Ht-"1f". .. 1' , i' 15--'W . -Q -V 'iff' rw' 19,1 i i 1-sl, 2 " ' 1 - ji Z'-7 :S 51 9 x Q fllf,-Li"fgi.g A avg' ' .hqm 'xl --,uf "mt XY :.l4..g'3, 551, sr.: -were r -X 1' . -- .,' 0.4 . , " V, ,ry 3,1 I v... P? 'rf-il A ,A 2 I- , Qi: tg, ,f. -' . wif, if fx J: egg, I .? i ixx 1-Q 0 -QQ. ' , A -ffiiit "cg, X A 'C 5 ' nb. fm 33 f -s. W. ,x x 1 Q few- - aw .. '5 7 ' ft? " , 'R Terry Nebeker, Mike King, Arleen Mardis, Earl Duke, David Rhoton, Lynnett Davis, Lenor Davis, Tena Walker, Tina Jo Bryant, Shona Haney, Marci Quick, and Lorie Barron. The members of the play 'fCarnival" are below, left to right, Row 1, Olga Reyes, Shona Haney, Tina Schroeder Marilyn Thompson, Kathy Schroeder Lorie Barron, Debbie Chambers, Kathy Kaiser. Row 2, Carl Garner, M". ag' Es all m. in The Gong Show The 1978 Gong Show was held November 7, in the high school auditorium. The drama department was pleased with the success of their show. Kurt Leusch was awarded the grand prize of 549.63 for telling numerous jokes. lVlany acts were gonged before they were finished by one of the four judges who were lVlr. Noble, Sylvia Carver, Chris Pfaff, and the unknown masked judge. This was the second consecutive year the show was held. 35 Senior Class The Senior class officers are, front, left to right, Teresa Noble, secretary- treasurer, Pat Donaldson, president. In the back are, left to right, lVlr. lVleyers, advisor, Joe Jayo, representative, and Doug Walker, vice-president. Not pictured are lVlr. Rexford, advisor, Joel Strang, representative. ,f 36 is kS'.'1f', 'f.r6l' ,X-. p V -. P ' I . ff' 'af 1- ffrf: Ari, re iii - 'ly' "i' I-if-3 1 2-'-'Zi ii? '--" 5-21' iii- 4341 Senior Class History Adventurous and daring, we entered E.H.S. as freshmen, ready to climb any mountain set before us, and climb we did. We began by electing our class officers. They were Jeff Olson, president, Joel Strang, vice-president, Nicki Heathman, secretary-treasurer, and Judy Hyde and Darla Vaughan representatives. Nlr. Delp and lVlr. Rexford were assigned to be our advisors. lVluch work was put forth on our first Homecoming lioat, but we were unable to place high. Our sophomore year officers were Theresa Posey, president, Doug Walker, vice-president, Sylvia Carver, secretary-treasurer, Dan Buzzard, sergeant-at-arms, and Dee Dee Nlecham, representative. We lost lVlr. Delp as an advisor and gained lVlr. Meyers. Again our class float only received fourth place honors in the Homecoming parade. Time was passing quickly, and our climb was progressing with busy preparations for the annual prom. Class ofiicers for our junior year were John Sowell, president, Kathy Hodgins, vice-president, Sylvia Carver, secretary- treasurer, and Dee Dee Nlecham and Brian Briscoe, representatives. Following much competition between us and the class of 1978, we finally showed them who was best by entering our fioat, 'lHuskies Are... Out of This World", in the Homecoming parade and winning first-place honors. We also tied the senior girls, 6-6, in the Powderpuff football game. To raise funds for the prom, we sold magazine subscriptions and also advertisements for programs to be sold at the girls' basketball tournament. After extensive searching and pleading, the prom co- chairman, Teresa Noble and Sylvia Carver, were unable to secure an out-of-town location for the event that the school board would approve. Consequently, plans were made to hold it in the highschool gymnasium. Many hours were spent decorating elaborately to the theme 'lCome Sail Away". The dance was deemed a success, with 150 couples attending. ' Finally, our senior year arrived, and we were determined to llrule the school". Class oflicers were Chris Donaldson, president, Doug Walker, vice-president, Teresa Noble, secretary-treasurer, and Joe Jayo and Joel Strang, representatives. Our class dominated Homecoming week. First, the seniors killed the junior girls in powderpuff action. We managed to win all of the dress-up day contests and again captured first place honors with our float. On top of winning our Homecoming game, the best victory of all was seen as our superior football team beat Bishop Kelly for the first time in history. It was a great game, and words cannot express the triumph we felt as an entire school. ' It is things like these that have brought our class together as one, bonding us with a touching closeness. Although it will be sad to leave, it is only one step in our climb as individuals. We may fall short in our pursuit of excellence, but it will not be because we did not try. Remember, we are still climbing a mountain, not resting on one. - Sylvia Carver - Colors: rBlue and White Flower: Red Rose and Baby's Breath l Motto: "God give me the strength to change the things I can, the patience to accept the things I cannot change, and the wisdom to know the difference? 37 Valedictorian Sylvia Carver Salutatorians Shelly Jensen Susan Robinson or Honor Stud Patti Dion Nlarie Eaton Julia Graviet Lance Grider Larry Hallam Dorothy Hearold Kelly Johnson Kristi Kirkpatrick Mark Kroll DeeDee Nlecham Teresa.Noble Heather Olson Jeff Olson Kathryn Schauer Lee Schmelzer Roberta Schoenwald Linda Wenig 3. 11" Remember those fctimes of our lives? when . f S .Ll ,i i we all finally got our government term papers done! lVlr. Pratt taped the lens of his glasses to the end of a pencil, somewhat like a makeshift lorgnette. ' we worked and worked and worked on our college prep compositions, and Nlr. Schiller STILL only gave urs a B. Mr. V. Finally learned how to whistle a new tune. W the Huskies beat Bishop Kelly for s the first time! ' Nlr, Eisenbarth cheered at the football games and the cheerleaders gave him an ofiicial "skirt"! . y e we ran out of coal and almost froze to death in Jantiaryf ' 7Wv,j U: my Y l 3 I 'N I 511 W . ' lgaui -C ' v?,'2fi'ff ,N K L . N ' 4, f ' ' Q31 'wifffiiwf' 'fi' . ' 39 Q., . '. flu.. f , V Hy -H ' , , -1.1 -I, ,w ,:'.,'-, i '11, 'A . , ' . ' :t ' fe , 'P , , A. . ,,, -..rm K- . a,.. X-.4 , J D. , . , 1 I ll' I , 'A . 'v sf 4 ENN F N W ,v X54-1 4.1: '1 w I 1 B ww' 1 n vqx wg Pr., - 1. EF' 2 . 'lib 'K -,U ,.',miL, LQ, 4- W gf" N f' f xg -1 a w,. Y X: xl 4 A Best X. ,xxx K . 1 X N Y. if X fm fl- X' v ,4- fa , 1 Q, ' x"'3 A wx 1,-9 Ll, 4 as KA f Best v1 7' ,-Q. 16 ,.,...,.uucc...- 1 , I i w and Sylvia Cazfver h Q -XL 5 S 4 I N 51 ev E ADAMS, CAROLYN SUE Volleyball manager 3, Choir l,2,3,4. ADAMSON, BRIAN DEAN DECA 3,45 President 4, Basketball 1,2,3,4, Co-captain 1,2,3g All Conference team 35 Key Club 4, Valentine's candidate 2 ANDERSON, ELVADOR E. L'il Abner 3. ASHER, JOHN ROBERT Basketball 35 Wrestling 1, Football 1,3,4g Yell Master 4. BARRETT, DALE WAYN E BARRON, HOWARD L. BAUGHMAN, RICHARD LEE Basketball 1,2,3,4, All Conference guard 3, Football 1,2,3,4g DECA 3,41 Powderpuff cheerleader 3,47 All Conference football 3,4. BEITIA, CHRISTOPHER J, Football 2,3,4g Golf 1,2,3,47 Most Valuable Player 3, Most Inspirational Player 2, Mr. Nlagniicent 3, Wrestling 3, 42 L . .o,H.5i I Q5 .ff 'Q 5-fr L J BLAKE, WAYNE THOMAS Football l,2,3,45 Wrestling 25 Track 3,45 Winter Track 3,45 Judo 25 Ski Club 45 President 45 Yell Master 45 Thespians 45 Imagination Unlimited 4. BLAU, JAY W. Football 1,2,3,45 Choir 1,2,3,45 Swing Choir 4, BOND, ELLEN MARIE ' IDAVIDOWSKIJ Drama I 35 Science Club 1. BRIGHT, MICHAEL D. BRISCOE, BRIAN BROCK, MERRY JEWEL Powderpuff football 3,45 Huskie Girl 45 Pep Club 1,2,3,45 L'll Abner 35 F.H.A. 25 Ski Club 45 Key Club 45 DECA 4. BROWN, JAMES BROWN, SHERRI ANN Girls' basketball 1,2,3,45 Rodeo Club 1,2,3,45 DECA 3,45 Powderpuff football 3,4. BRUNER, ALICE ANN Student Council 1,2,45 Key Club 45 Volleyball 1,2,35 Drill Team 4 Treasurer 45 Girls' track 25 Trackette 3,45 Pep Club 45 Sweetheart's Ball candidate 4. BUSSEART, ANTHONY RAY Track 2,3,4. 43 BUTTICCI, JACKI SU E BUZZARD, DANIEL MERL Football 1,2,3,45 SRV Honorable Mention 45 All State Honorable Mention 45 Basketball l,2,3,45 Track 15 DECA 3. CARLOCK, BLANE C. CARVER, SYLVIA DEE N.H.S. 3,45 Pep Club 2,3,45 Drill Team 25 Swing Choir 35 F.N.A. 2,3,45 Vice-president 35 President 45 N.C.T.E. Achievement in Writing 45 Key Club 35 Prom Personality candidate 45 Student body secretary 45 Sophomore class secretary 25 Junior class treasurer 35 Honor Choir 45 Thespians 3,45 L'il Abner 35 Powderpuff manager 35 Huskie Girl 45 Student Council 2,3,4. COLE, LORI LEE Epitome 3,4. CONRAD, NANCIE CAROL Girls' basketball 1,25 Pep Club 1,2,3,45 Powderputt football 3,45 Track 35 Rodeo Club 1,25 Ski Club 45 Secretary 45 Drill Team 2,35 DECA 4. COX, REBECCA MARIE Transferred from D.P.H. and F.H.S. in Australia. CRAYS, DARREN W. Baseball 1,2,3,45 Basketball 1,2,3,45 Football 1,2,3,45 Key Club 2,3,45 Senior director 45 Ski Club 45 DECA 4. 44 ails. T-. -I r i' 4 5 f A ll IJ I ! 55" I "- f, 3 I :Ie .il I L rffg If ' ' "J in ! f . 4 A Q ffp, N H I I : Qi f i . . l llimui xii... li ini '- -' - ,A " "" , If' -I su A I. , A 1. I .1. ls Anal' CRESS, BILL HENRY Auto 2,3,4. CUTBIRTH, RODNEY LYNN Rodeo Club 1,2,3,45 Wrestling 1,2,4. DARNELL, GREGORY NEIL Basketball 3,45 Free throw shooting 45 Football 3,45 Leading receiver 45 Second team All Conference football 45 Track 1. DAVIS, TONY DEEN, WENDY CAROLINE DION, PATRICIA LOUISE Drill Team 1,3,45 Band 15 Choir 2,45 President 25 Honor Choir 3,45 Powderpuff football 3,45 Pep Club 1,2,3,45 Points chairman 45 Basketball manager 2. 45 DONALDSON, GEORGE CHRIS Football 2,3,45 Wrestling 2,3,45 Baseball 2,3545 Golf 15 Basketball 15 Key Club 3,45 N.H.S. 3,45 Senior class president 4. DOWNING, ANNA MARIE KSHAWJ Powderpuff football 35 F.H.A. 3. DRAPER, KEVIN LOUIS Auto 2,3,4. DUNN, RHONDA DARLENE F.N.A. 3,45 Choir 1,2535 Choir II 4. DUTSON, DEX CLARK Key Club 45 Science Club 45 All State orchestra 35 Orchestra l,2,3,45 Moscow clinic 25 High school music festival 1,2,3,45 Caldwell Musicale 1,2,3,45 Track 354. EATON, MARIE ANNETTE Pep Club 1,2,3,45 Vice-president 35 President 45 Key Club 3,45 Secretary 45 N.H.S. 3,45 Trackette 2,35 Girls' State 35 Powderpufr' football 3,45 Drill Team 2,3,45 DECA 45 Student Council 4. ELDRIDGE, NANCY LIISA Pep Club 3,45 Powderpuff football 3. EVANS, GERALD MARTIN Baseball 1,2,3,45 DECA 35 Ski Club 4. EVANS, JOHN EDWARD Football 2,3,45 Golf 1,2,3,45 Powderpuff cheerleader 3,45 Auto 2,3545 DECA 35 Ski Club 4. FLOWERS, RANDY DEE Track 15 Football 15 Choir 15 Judo 1,25 Epitome 3,45 Vista Boxing Club 3,45 Boys' Rooting Assoc. 2. 46 if ii "-wie' if V' xi ,,, FRIEDRICHSMEYER, BRYAN Football 15 Science Club 2,35 Swing Choir 3. GARNER, CARL FOX Track l,3,45 Cross country 45 Swing Choir 3,45 President 45 Choir 3,4. GIBSON, RONNEA LERIE Pep Club 45 Swing Choir 45 Ch II 3,45 Orchestra 1,2,3,45 CounseIor's aide 45 Pop's P. oir Orchestra 35 Nladrigai Choir 45 Concert choir 4. GILBERT, WES WAYNE GOSLIN, DONALD WILLIAM Band 1,2,3,45 President 45 Drum major 45 Stage Band 2,3,45 Judo 4. 5 GRAVIET, JU LIA ELISE N.H.S. 3,45 F.N.A. 2,45 F.H.A. 2, Art Club 3,45 Choir 25 Library T.A. 4. 47 GRIDER, LANCE LEON F.F.A. 1,2,35 Science Club 45 Key Club 4. HALE, CARLA Track 1,2,3,45 Basketball 1,35 DECA 3,4. HALLAM, LARRY J. F.F.A. 1,2,35 Secretary 35 Key Club 45 DECA 4. HANEY, TROY Baseball 3,45 Ski Club 4. HARDNIAN, LORI LYNN CIVIARSHJ HARDISTY, ROBERT HAROLD First team SRV All Conference football 45 Honorable Mention All State football 45 Football 2,3,45 "Player of the Week" 45 Band 2,35 DECA 3,4. HARRISON, COZETTE F.H.A. 35 Choir 2,3,4. HEAVRIN, BRUCE JON Auto 2,3,4. HEAVRIN, JEANNE MARIE HEROLD, DOROTHY ALICE N.H.S. 3,45 F.H.A. 2,3,45 Historian 45 State Convention Delegate 35 Counselor's aide 45 Math team 15 Softball 2,3,4. 48 'Q S 5 ., A l i HEROLD, MARTIN H. HEBERT, JAMES GLEN III Boxing 1,2,3,4g Cross country 3 Auto 2,3,4. HEIDENIAN, TRACY ELAINE Rodeo Club 3,45 Treasurer 45 Powderpuff football 4. HESS, DONALD EUGENE Football 25 DECA 37 F.F.A. 1,2 HICKMAN, MELISSA JANE HICKMAN, JODY LYNN HOBURG, SCOTT KENNETH Auto 2,3,4. HODGINS, KATHRYN L. Pep Club 1,2,3,45 Cheerleader 1,35 Drill Team 25 Homecoming candidate 45 Huskie Girl 45 Thespians 3,45 Treasurer 35 Imagination Unlimited 1,2,3,45 Basketball manager 15 Junior class vice-president 3. HODGINS, RICK EARL Auto 2,3,45 Golf 2,35 Welding 3. HOLMES, DAVID EDWARD Wrestling 1,2,3,45 Football 15 Track 2,3,45 Chess Club 1,2,3,4. HORTON, MICHAEL J. Auto 2,35 Golf 25 Football 2. HYDE, JUDY KAY Pep Club 1,2,3,45 Drill Team 15 Ski Club 45 Cheerleader 25 Thespians 3,45 Huskie Girl 45 Captain 45 Powderpuff football 3,45 Business Week '78 45 Class representative 15 Donkey basketball 2. HYDE, TRUDY RAE Drill Team 15 Cheerleader 25 Pep Club 1,2,3,45 Huskie Girl 45 Powderpuff football 3,45 F.N.A. 25 Thespians 3,45 Imagination Unlimited 3,45 Track manager. JAYO,.JOSEPH ANDER Auto 2,3,45 Student Council 45 Senior class representative. JENSEN, KEVIN CARLYLE 50 l I l 93 w TF- rx N-Bs. habla .4:.Q5.J' P-.im JENSEN, SHELLY Student Council 3,45 Class representative 45 Student body treasurer 45 Idaho Girls' State delegate 35 F.N.A. 2,3545 Secretary 35 Treasurer 45 F.H.A. 253,45 Public relations chairman 35 Treasurer 45 Epitome 3,45 Feature editor 35 Editor 45 DECA 45 Reporter 45 Prom Personality candidate 4. JOHNS, CHRISTINE Pep Club 1,2,3,45 F.H.A. 25 Huskie Girl 45 Ski Club 45 Swing Choir 3,4. JOHNSON, KELLY AILENE Drill Team 1,25 Cheerleader 3,45 Trackette 35 F.N.A. 15 N.H.S. 45 Pep Club 1,2,3,45 DECA 3,45 Representative 35 Homecoming second runner-up 45 Valentine's candidate 25 Sophomore class representative 25 Key Club 3,45 Treasurer 45 Powderpuff football 3,45 Ski Club 4. KING, MICHAEL LEE KIRKPATRICK, KRISTI ANN Pep Club 1,2,3,45 Homecoming chairman 45 Huskie Girl 45 Key Club 35 N.H.S. 3,45 Powderpuff football 3,45 Girls' basketball manager 1,2. KNIGHT, MARY ELIZABETH Choir I 1,25 Choir II 35 Concert Choir 45 Swing Choir 45 F.N.A. 35 Pep Club 45 Key Club 45 CounseIor's aide 4. 51 KROLL, MARK RAYMOND Band 1,2,3,45 Pep Band 1,2,3,45 N.H.S. 45 Key Club 2,3. LAIR, JUDY ANN LIEDTKE, MARK DOUGLAS Tennis 2,3,45 Judo 2,3,4. LIMB, RODNEY DALE Student Council 45 Band 1,2,3,45 Pep Band 1,2,3,45 Stage Band 2,3,45 Solo Festival 1,45 Jazz Festival 1,2,3,45 Honor Band 3,45 Historian 45 Judo 1,2,3,45 Key Club 3,4. MALLORY, SHERYL LYNNE Band 1,2,35 Pep Band 35 DECA 3,4. MARTIN, RICHARD JOSEPH Wrestling 35 Science Club 4. MCCHESNEY, NATHAN L. Football 2,45 Basketball manager 1,2,3,45 DECA 3,45 Baseball 2. MATH EWS, GARY RAY Rod and Gun Club 45 President 4. 52 'ii -hal. FI ve l- 4 ,-, .I Mg . it i' i A I E0 'LP' el" ' G v I SQ. s L' I 1 0 4- ' A 4 . 1 - -1 . ' i .- owl .4-- t 1-'Q 1 :YI fy MATHEWS, MARCI JEAN Rodeo Club 1,2,3,45 President 1,45 Secretary 25 Representative 35 Powderpuff football 3,45 Basketball 15 Volleyball 15 Pep Club 1,25 F.F.A. 15 F.H.A. 15 Choir 2,3. NlECHAlVl, DEIDRE RENAE Pep Club l,2,3,45 Key Club 3,45 Drill Team 2,3,45 Captain 45 F.N.A. 2,35 Thespains 3,45 Vice- president5 Imagination Unlimited 3,45 Vice-presldent5 Basketball 2,35 Softball 25 Cross country 35 Track 35 N.H.S. 3,45 Powderpuff football 3,45 Homecoming candidate 45 Prom Personality candidate 45 Sweetheart's Ball queen 45 Girls' State delegate 3. MECHAM, NADINE MARIE Choir 2,35 DECA 45 Powderpuff football 4. IVIENDENHALL, BART NEAL Track 15 Baseball 2,45 Swing Choir 2,3,4. MARDIS, ARLEEN B. Softball 25 Drama 3,4. IVIORRIS, CHRISTINE SUSAN Basketball 25 Powderpuff football 3,4. 53 MOURITSEN, JENIFER Thespians5 Treasurer 45 Senior class representative 4 Imagination Unlimited5 Treasurer 45 Ski Club 45 Choir II. MOYER, MELINDA MARLENE Choir 1,2,3,4. NESBITT, KEVIN LEWIS F.F.A.5 Vice-president 45 Football 3. NOBLE, TERESA KELLI Cheerleader 1,2,3,45 Pep Club 1,2,3,45 Secretary 45 DECA 3,45 Vice-president 45 Representative 35 Student Council 35 Tennis 15 Key Club 3,45 Girls' track manager 25 Powderpuff football 3,45 Thespians 3,45 Imagination Unlimited 3,45 N.H.S. 3,45 Secretary 45 Senior class secretary-treasurer 45 Homecoming queen 45 Prom Personality candidate 45 Who's Who Among American High School Students 4. OLBERDING, MARK ALLEN Basketball 15 Auto 2,3,45 Ski Club 45 Welding 3,45 High School Motocross 1,2,3,4. OLIVER, CHARLES NICHOLAS Football 3,45 Captain 45 All Conference football 45 All State football 45 Wrestling 2,3,45 Captain 45 Track 25 Tennis 15 DECA 3,45 Prom Personality candidate 45 Valentine's candidate 35 Ski Club 4. OLSON, JEFFREY LYNN Baseball 2,3,45 Football 2,3,45 Basketball 1,2,3,45 Student Council 1,2,3,45 Student body president 45 Annual staff 3,45 Editor 45 Epitome 3,45 Sports editor 3,45 Key Club 2,3,45 Vice- president 45 N.H.S, 3,45 Quill and Scroll 3,45 Prom Personality candidate 45 Valentine's candidate 2. OLSON, HEATHER MARIE Pep Club 1,2,3,45 Treasurer 35 Key Club 253,45 Vice-president 25 Secretary 35 Basketball l,2,3,45 Softball 1,25 Volleyball 45 N.H.S. 45 Rodeo Club 25 Powderpuff football 35 Donkey basketball 25 Student Council 1,45 Vice- president 45 Homecoming candidate 45 Prom Personality candidate 45 Valentine's Queen of Hearts. 54 uns -f' 'tel -of ,,,,,.o- . E' ' ' -. ,-,V ' , . . ,.,, ., ., . 1? . . e , f2,55:,,,g1H- 'la U If e ",. .1 fri 'rl . . ' 1 .I . ,.,.'.'lli ' Q-3 PERKINS, SANDRA RAE PERRY, MARILYN Choir 2. PFAFF, TONI ANN Drill Team 2,3,4, Pep Club 1,2,3,4g Powderpuff football 3,4. PHILLIPS, TAMMY SUE Rodeo Club 1,2,3,4, Secretary 4. POE, DEBRA ANN POSEY, TH ERESA KAY Cheerleader lg Pep Club 3, Class president 2, Track 4, Cross country 2, Basketball 3, Homecoming candidate 45 Sweetheart's Ball candidate 4, Prom Personality candidate 4, Student council representative 2, Huskie Girl 4. POWELL, LAURA ELAINE F.H.A. 1. PRATT, JOHN RAYMOND 55 QUENZER, BONNIE JEAN Choir 1,25 DECA5 Shop l. PUTZIER, BRADLEY JOE Swing Choir 3,45 Vice-president 3,45 Yell Master 45 Key Club 45 M.O. 4. RAINS, RICHARD W. Wrestling 15 Winter track 35 Football 35 Golf 45 Student Council 3,45 L'il Abner 35 Band 1,25 Pep Band 1,2,3. RANSTROM, LARRY D. REED, STEVEN G. Wrestling 1,2,3,45 Track 15 Judo 152,45 250 Club 3,4. REEDER, WILLIAM THEODORE RHOTON, CLIFFORD JAMES Baseball 1. RIVERS, NANCY MARIE F.H,A. 2,35 Softball 2,3,45 Choir 45 Art Club 3,45 Powderpuff football 3,45 CounseIor's aide 45 Pep Club 4. 56 JJ 1-'L' -gvq flaw, 'GUI liv- ROBINSON, SUSAN RUTH Key Club 3,45 F.N.A. 3,45 Points secretary 45 N.H.S. 3,45 Historian 45 Orchestra 1,2,3,45 President 25 Vice-president 35 Pop's Orchestra 2,35 Art Club 35 Correspondence secretary 35 CounseIor's aide 45 Prom Personality candidate 45 Sweetheart's Ball candidate 4. ROGERS, MARTHA G. lWILLIAMSJ Band 1,2,3,45 Librarian 35 Vice- president 45 Stage Band 45 Softball 152,35 Choir 1,2,35 Student Council 25 Home room representative 2. ROSECRANS, RANDALL JOHN Football l,2,3,45 Imagination Unlimited 4. RYNEARSON, TIMOTHY RAYMOND SAWYER, MICHAEL DEAN Football 25 Golf 2,3,45 Ski Club 4. SCHAUER, KATHRYN ELIZABETH N.H.S. 3,45 Secretary 45 F.H.A. 2,3,45 Projects chairman 35 President 45 State delegate5 F.N.A. 3,45 Secretary 45 Key Club 45 Powderpuff football 45 Art Club 35 Epltome 3,45 Exchange editor 35 Managing editor 45 Softball 1,45 Volleyball 2,35 Choir 4. SCHMELZER, LEE ELVIN Wrestling 3,45 Key Club 2,35 N.H.S. 3,45 Baseball 25 F.F.A. 1,2,3,45 President 45 Football 1,2,3,45 All Conference Award 45 Prom Personality candidate 4. SCH ROEDER, TINA ROSE FRANCIS Art Club 35 Thespians 4. 57 SCHOENWALD, ROBERTA ANN Key Club 3,45 President 45 Art Club 35 Vice-president 35 N.H.S. 3,45 Pep Club 2,3,45 Ski Club 45 F.H.A. 3. SHAMBLIN, TRUDEE ANN Powderpuff football 3,45 Pep Club 3,45 Annual staff 45 Student Council 45 F.H.A. 25 Ski Club 4. SIMONS, MICHELE SLABAUGH, DANIEL MARK Choir 1,25 Swing Choir 35 Track 3,45 Cross country 45 Football 2,3. SMITH, LINDA SUE CHUNTER7 Band 1,2,45 Pep Band 1,25 Softball 15 Powderpuff football 4. SOPER RENAE LYNN Drill Team 1,3,45 Cheerleading 25 F.N.A. 15 Pep Club 1,2,3,45 Powderpuff football 45 Donkey basketball 25 Basketball 1. SORENSON,BOBB1E KAY Pep Club 2,45 Volleyball 2,3,45 Basketball 45 Manager 25 Powderpuff football 35 Imagination Unlimited 45 Tennis 25 Track 25 Softball 4. SOWELL, JOHN WILLIAM Key Club 1,2,3,45 Vice-president 35 Utah-Idaho District Lt. Governor 45 Junior class president 35 Student council 3,45 Class representative 45 Annual staft 3,45 Epitome 3,45 Editoral editor 35 News editor 45 Science Club 1,25 Boys' Rooting Assoc. 25 Vice-president 25 N.H.S. 3,45 Baseball 1,2,45 Gem Boys' State 35 Ski Club 45 Who's Who Among American High School Students 4. SPENCER, GREG EUGENE Tennis 1,2,3,45 Auto 2,3,4. STARCH ER, DELBERT 58 my WT ,,1...v. L ,LN . 5.3- lik? li -xx S -:I an .Q- STONE, SHARLENE JO F.N.A. 2,3,45 Historian. STRANG, JOEL BRENT Basketball 1,2,3,45 Football 2,3,45 All Conference flanker and corner 45 Senior class representative 45 Freshman class vice-president 15 Student Council 1,45 Gem Boys' State 35 Key Club 45 Ski Club 45 F.F.A. 45 Ofhce aide 4. SUITTER, PAMELA ANN Pep Club 1,2,3,45 DECA 45 Homecoming candidate 45 Epitome 35 News editor 3- Powderpuff football 3,4. 1 SWINDELL, ROBERT JAMES Wrestling 4. THAYER, CARMELA JO Volleyball 1. THOMPSON, LORI SUE Basketball 15 Art Club 35 Powderpuff football 3. THOMPSON, MARILYN Volleyball manager 25 Choir 1,25 Swing Choir 3,45 Madrigals 45 Pop's Orchestra 2,3,45 Honor Choir 4. THORNOCK, FLINT lVl. High School Motocross Award 15 Shop 2,3,45 Welding 2. 59 TRITTHART, BRANT D. Transferred from Alaska 35 Football 1,2,3,45 Swimming 1,25 Yell Master 45 Track 3,45 Ski Club 45 Vice-president 45 Key Club 45 Valentine's candidate 35 Powderpuff cheerleader 4. TURNER, MICHELLE RAYLENE J.V. basketball 1,2,35 Softball 3,45 Powderpuff football 3,4. VARNER, KATHLEEN MAUREEN Transferred 45 Varsity swimming 2,35 League champs 2,35 Loudspeaker exchange editor and reporter 2,35 Epitome 45 Exchange editor and reporter 4. VASQU EZ, JOE L. VAUGHN, DARLA LYNN Basketball 2,35 Representative 15 Powderpuff football 3,4. WALKER, DOUGLAS LYNN Basketball 1,2,3,45 Football 1,2,3,45 captain 45 Class vice- president 1,45 Gem Boys' State 35 All Conference football 45 Science Club 45'Ski Club 45 Prom Personality candidate 4. WALKER, SUZETTE ELIZABETH Powderpuff football 45 F.H.A. 35 F.N.A. 25 DECA 3,45 Choir 2,3. WALLER, FLINT J. Basketball 15 Track 2. 60 1.-I sd -1.-:si ?W pa-l 42 ., 45, l 5 4 3' Q 1 . r, 7V-Yi-Y- . - - - H.-. x 45 'YZ' WALSEIVIANN, TANIMI LYNN WATSON, VICKI LYNNE WENIG, LINDA JEAN F.N.A. 2,3,45 Treasurer 35 Science Club 25 Treasurer 25 Epitome 3,45 Ad. manager 45 Swing Choir 3,45 Quill and Scroll 3,45 Girls' State 35 N.H.S. 3,45 Concert Choir 1,2,4. WERBER, KENT WILLIAM Basketball 45 Ski Club 4. WILSON, BRIAN D. Auto 2,3,45 Automotive Award 3, Golf 2. WILSON, JIM A. Football 1,2,3,45 Wrestling 1,2,3,4. WILSON, ROSEMARIE Girls' basketball manager 25 Powderpuff football 3,4. WINTERMOTE, LAWRENCE DEAN Auto I and II 2,3. YON EDA, ROCKY W. Rodeo Club 1,2,3,45 F.F.A. 1,2,3. YUNKER, JEFFREY WARREN Basketball 15 Football 15 Auto 2,3,45 Welding 35 M,O. 45 High school motocross 3,4. Not Pictured: CARTER, SUSAN DARLENE CHRISTISON, MARTY R. DAVIS, TAMARA M. HILL, STEVEN F. HUNT, TRACY DON LYONS, JANE MARIE VlCARTHUR, LANEEN SINES, BRIAN V. 61 uniors The Junior Class ofiicers are, front, left to right, Anna Watkins, treasurer, Susie Sheldon, secretary. Back row, left to right, Mr. Beitia, advisor, Rick Rudd, vice-president, Melanie Morgan, president, Mrs. Schoenwald, advisor. 62 .a J ., .' if ,,. ,W M, . Al , fl Hg A i ,fl -.4l nu' 4 -a. .,s ' hifi. , ll: Mfr 44 ,. ly .,-. -- UQ lil-. .-ir' , tl ilk' QM fl fl l 1 ll, l ? " sy., V " rq lx. All 4-ik ' W' al' V pg .I - 41 3, 1 j el or af f X I f , Y I A . . 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' Brent Kimball Tom Lanham Lori Kolodziej Tod Larsen Ken Kroll Tammy Leatherbury Brenda Lane Lori Leavitt Terri Legg Elaine Mabee Dennis Martin Diana Liedtke James Lombard Steve Martin Joan Lyons Eric Maxwell 67 fre- ,- ,fi X -ol ' 1 1 x x ,..r'Q E '. lf, x ,Q-""" , ,Q 5549? M r lx ' A Q' ly, I x It A755 'yfgill 1 l V I A "H:- ' '.' ' fi.. , Q,. 'A + or , 0.1 . If , f A l .V X ,4 5 l 'M ii ' X' fx , V -it ,Sv -s ff i 955 Pwvsgf' 1 fi -'-' N il. fd' ' TF. ,4 .7 -- -K . fl ,lf I , ..- I' l Nu ,L Laurie Medcoff Lyle Medcol? Rick McKenzie Michele Mitchell 68 N ,Q- 6 ll Q l lf 4' V .. 1 A ,-4 -I j gl ,gm Melanie Morgan Susie Morgan Brad Morrow Kathy Nash ,h i l e. J' .. J, W . , in I 1 'YY ' gl if s 1 ii -1x.i,,.l L ' i f ,mi i. V V ,lf V - fri- :ll-3,'fl5N N'-1, s -4 W -fe-. L 11' : LaDonna Nash Steve Nebeker Terry Nebeker Eric Nesbitt l ll I. Julie Nicholls Neta Nichols Marci Nielson Dan Nikirk if I 1 ,r 0 425 X '-n' 2 Tina Noble Bob Paller Velma Palmer Rena Perry iff' :Wu I . 1 'U 1 X. 1, V3 Q aa, ,. e N , V ' P 32, ll , YF' Q 4 ... 11 rv ' I 1, "V ,I 7 N Q 1" U 2 A 4' , ,rl Lqlxl' ' ",' 5 5 ifiefwrflx el l' ' f - J' 1 iz. rn. l-bf V l Y lxllln 'i,Q.' I l We ' .f A- NZ? ' pg! ll-L -. - k'x",,Q.,v:1 , ,Q 4 if f "7 ew j fc , 5 ,fl 4 Randy Peterson Catherine Poundstone Carla Proctor Chris Pfaff Tonya Prausch Ton: Pulley Arlene Pitts Belinda Pratt Marc: Quick Dawn Pook Brennon Price Mark Rekow !, l 447' , p -T cw ef - . Ma 4 as pi, 1' 4' A i e. - . V .S- Hi?f5-XN-fl, , f e 1. -, Y -1, . . ff ft 'F XY 'XX s llvmvw My rg' f 'Ii ly l fl '- . ' ., .u-10. fa Q , if. 5? sa 'ig' 2 Q f 1 4 - . . 'S 235221. i. 1 12 li y J -ew . 'i ,, ' if l 'S QQ, , ..- , ':lL':,"l":" l 1 . V if- 73 will ' Y ," L af" f : 4 l 'ws v SG, - If a t -2 'fi l ai e I in i u . l iw- if : in i l l , ' L' J! 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'-n,f"': n n ' it U ' JOHN Al.. l... :s lJ:2fs:., 'X A H F m N v l ' M' 1, X u ' f 555314 T 1 f ' i Q., un, Q 4 w ' .!"- ' l .Qi , . 5 -1 , I ' . :. ' 1 s. l ,V W vw 5' Y I .. .V I A ,X ,1-ll V K 4 - ,XX l 4 ,QI-fy fl Hi 14. ily, l fr ,WIFI A i,, 'in ' fa? . f' tx t., l ' I " 2 T ' l I 3' .J Vw" .L VJ. ft Fil -N l , film ,-.Ig I W fa, -A Wifi., if" 'hh' ' fn 1 , .4 Judy Wenig Troy White Wanda White Sonya Wilkins 71 sf -f-1' I is ff. ' 5 7 ' , f sfir :H ei if 7 e In , . ,fi li' f' ,' f N N fe. S, fir e . i" -2- hi. Y, 45, "ii 'i , i E' I ,-I. 2" W g ff E ix ww If -:-737 - m-'11-P 'i-'R-rfffaf e Y -- . - - r ir :Mgr--lg, 4 - ' ' ' ' 'i ' 34 , , , 1 if , ,,l'w., ?'5i1's . . 'Q ,. ,. 'Yu I . l fix. A - is is R 3331- -fa i l k g 'B' r .f A" 4K? ' .+.' . -- 1, Lfiul, ij, Q, ' , f-. .,.-,. , . f' .wifi .y : 5 .444.',, 3. 1: YQ og , V5 "H f 1 if-asf' f " I " ..Jm.. A X x 1 Q .3 w-WB, ' ixlv if i ,.i Kay Wintermote LoAnn Winward Darla Wright 72 Z-'NJ b X I-,Ml 1' V2 ' 1 Shawn Woolley Not pictured: Linden Davis NHFICY GOSS Shelly Zumwalt Brad Betzold Rebecca Easterbrook Roger Pattersen Robert Britton Loren Ford Marion Parsons Ted Brooks Pam Giliihan Mike Perry X if Aff- . ,. - H1 - f. -..- - ,,., fff fm,-,X g W ' 6 1-5 5-J vf Olga Reyes Brian Weekes Bryce Sawin Rhonda Worden Greg Sharp Darrell Walker 1 'Ein 2 f I' , WAI J r , , 5 ' r 1. 'Z"-"'- 4 -W-, , ,J 4 -, -V . -'aye UA 3- ' ff?-gfnaiklfrg L, f--wif ' sf .J 4 i I 1 E Y r w . .1--r 1 e I ,, ., L15 ' 1 ' -'nat +- ,,,,. I. 71 4 , Q 5, 1 ..-33.5, ,A Ar Eft A lU'3 1, ' .12 F1 '1 r, V I lui ' 1 I' Q Sophomores Sophomore class oflicers are, R left to right, Barbara Elliott, president, Jordan IVlattson, representative, Scott Graviet, secretary. Row 2, lVlr. Pagoaga, advisor, Debbie Wheeler, representative, Frank Proctor, O treasurer, lVlr. Noble, advisor. Gary Welch, vice-president, is not pictured. veg? 'F' HI 74 7? vm. ,fgi , V G, " 1 J, Al ,fix -11-ew v-..r X. A K Ki I l A' X vi L' ' . w i is 3" l if .s 1-env' ,, Q s, ' i pill . ,Wi I ff' '2 Q l. f 1 x , xx r.- rx C N it M.. . 'Z' is-if lid G Lucretia Adams Rick Aquino Ruth Artiach Nora Balli Tammy Baughman up fs ,J J, 5: 15 g If . ' 'rs .:. R- --1 ' ""'5 .A 'gk . -U ,S v U V 'If xi ' ' i q fl-jf-,Q . W, ' ' " . . , If' '- f iii if ,l y 2, if , i i q, R . its .. ,ln 1 . 5 'ni ' ' A :yr X I" ,I A 7 i - 'il Q v-"i, . s 'W , -- ,' , ' it , -Jr , fa 1 g dt ,IL f .1 i -, lg, ij X f ji ,' .'5"-QNX. 5-45, X A ff 4 'X ,I ' ' ,v , fl-It 4 4 B 1' l"Ef3'-- 1 eff, l ' 'rgffr ,. W ,X j ' - 1e:v,,.s,.'f: "' -l if -1 -5, i Q' .w Q - - B. ' -V il JE i -r in .1 M' A.. !...a, U fig,-X .-e l' If I J le git? ' li f fi, if X7 C. ki' if--4? F 5 tfS'?-i' li. ' - ki 4 fu. A fQ Q I I i X! y k 4 J C 1 if K y' N - Joann Beckman Mark Beckman Rick Bergstrom Susan Bigelow David Bingham Lori Bishop Shelley Bright Mark Briscoe John Britton Vicki Britton Doug Browne Debbie Bruner Vicki Brutsman Katrina Bryant Christie Burress Colleen Conrad Bill Cox Karen Draper Rodney Dunn Charles Dunton Keith Butler Barbara Carter Benjie Clinton Wills Coburn Pam Colson Barbara Elliott Billy Fackler Steve Finney David Fisher Kelly Fisher 75 ,N .Q '4? i X , il f l 'V 1 li' l f uk l A V I sa. 1 , ' f vm in fer ,J ,H X if A A' it ' if J it J a J H I . 1 , .V Q ' 'dlv f J y ,V Q-QZLSRE-f'f,', l1l"'!"' , X -1' . ' ' , ix, t : V 4 -A Q l f L L 1 7 ' 7 . , ,V' x ' ' ' 5 I ' . -fl L , l -. I I f , 'K 'exft H . -'1 'L SQL., , ' r . i' rein 4 Vbv , El I Cheryl Frazier Heidi Gillihan Greg Gonzalez Troy Grant Scott Graviet 76 Barbara Groves Brenda Groves Bill Hale Lisa Hall Tonya Handley Shona Haney Lynn Harris Vonnie Harrison Pam Hartsock Eddie Hartsock ' 'r.44l! K . ,H ,f N f 'S -vii- r 1 A ..f --gi . . I I I is 5 lf 4. f' QQ l l - 5? Y Dayna Hawkins Tammie Hawley Kathy Hays Jeff Heathman Penny Helzer s.r5 , .,grib ' ' 'L 5 el 7-jr "N l ::,-42 : - k pr .AJ 5 . f, in M A. 4 43 ,." V ', .-I f I' .. . I - if lx' .' I 'fl' v-xi 1-". ,2 , .L l , .44 - V. i .N V V xl! 1, L- M ' "3 e . i vb l ,ge I A Iulh vriar 1 L' xx? Wm 1 .. 511 li ay, Ni ,, . A J - 5 'G in rj: 5 ,vi y L ., X ,- iii-it-it 317 2 f Monty Henderson Denise Hill Holly Holverson Scott Honn Marie Horton, Mike Howard Lonnie Hunter Teresa Ingraham Susan Irby Mike Joyce L x 1 S ji.. f . Jolly Jayo Eric Jensen Laurie Jensen Kathy Johns Kevin Johnson ,Cx Q. ' .. " i if .. .4- .i, A - N? 0 A 1:34 3' . J 3 if nv KX! .Q rs l A v' X ,I vs. 4 ' f0 'l 1 A, .3 1 1 P- f. I -. I H .' 9, l. 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Paul Mifsud Laurene Minium Kathy Morris Brenda Moulton Julie Nash 77 4- "Vi ri H -, I- ri x '3 . 'l J If I ---1, es. fn , , -44 ' ge jg, .P i I " ,fly X l ' ' . 1 P gg . W 1 '45-' ' l - . A ' l ' ' , ' , ' .. 1 r 1, 'i Wi i -.1-132,559 ' t ,i X f ' ay, il Kylix A ,ALF My V Y. ,FI JM- , r ' T' ,,,' .N c was I . , 1 Anne Nasker Ron Nesbitt Verna Palmer Becky Perkel Nlack Perkinson 78 'F'-4 , I7 f Nathan Perry Shannon Pevler Angie Phillips LeAnn Pierce Donald Pitman l r, , ,ef if fi f if 'NF ,f.....,e - ta - QQ X l Eiligiiiliiiilxr H Q A' .4 Q12 '-'tv 4 f ff if ,x,ll A lv xl if: K 'n 1 - X'N Aj , ,. .,. wwf' wi? curly .-l 1 .,:" ' I P' lax ' 4 . i I x i...,,.,f-f 'U.1i,.s : 3" 3. , W. A , J ' x 's Wilt' 2.kXhx-.- . . R, N Qgiuini' 3 Wy ! '." glwsvixvgt. 1 t . as . rf' A 5. L, -I Q L X! I ,N .'1f x ,EXV Y W, vhl gh XQVA It I - ' lg i W- fi' is 'tree ' ' ' , L " ' ' 5 1 4 "if V ff Mike Poe Tracey Pool Dan Pratt Elmyra Pratt Frank Proctor Jim Pulley Ron Rains Debbie Ramirez Nlarcy Reed ' Randy Reeves Diane Rekow Angie Reyes David Rhoton Laura Rivers Gregg Rolland ,f 5 H Wfiiii ri - W 2 , . ,5 ,.. . f .A -,' ,I - S ,V . Vx J' 4? K I , 1 ' fa. 'C ly 2 ' .:4Y Soron Root Marcie Scott Carol Rutledge Lynn Sewall Teresa Schmaljohn Kristy Serratos Connie Schroeder Phillip Sigman Kathy Schroeder Cindy Silkwood F5 . . -A -..' 1 ,.,3,.J . X 1 'T- --, ,fi xN . J i . -A 9"-QV "-5 if Am N--'Tix 2 if ffp-'WN ,ai 'J iw ' i xx I I l ef' il. rift J J V A I 7 -7? , 'N 'E -if N -15111 J! if 1 TA i A f ' ' Kevin Silveria Renae Simons Dan Smith Kendall Smith Tim Sparks 'TQ A 'S-259 ,. Jeep' A N ' ll! , . 'I' - '.. ..- - 2 'QL A S . ie' ' f ff ' - -, i 'TYH i - 1 i.'.'f3:"'7 ' V' i if 1.1-iqfzf. - ' ' BYQLQLE 'f in I ' . ' 73 .. .' 1. n i..,,w"- '- f , Af-"'-wh.-+Q ' E :ix ,. A. Q. K ' IA .' I -Q 1 ' Av rxfbx I 1"'7'V r "H ' I . ii , . f - 1 1 , .1 i li, K IH X44-1 4 ,C ,,' '. ,f . .' u. 'qw el Debbie Spencer Brent Sprague Brian Sprague Brian Soderling Coleen St. Germain Y no ff' Q f Ki f x . JM ' 'Q r" X ,- 'pl f Q X I , , 1 't --.yi , I li. ' Q Q: ii I Marty St. Germain Karen Stephens Mary Stephens Jack Stokes Paul Swanson fs -I Iii Ili: it :in J . Q r 8 X ,I - .M ,li I., it , 1 'I ,V 1 fs If xl- V 1 . ., -, 5, A' ' ' -lg V N 1 . m . X S I A T YQ f x X- y JJ, T , f' ii' Wi- , fl Nil' V: V , 'Nt T ,A -1 f ,v fn N 'ffl .nf il-'fx .ef T S J T mtl' stiff '.-- f S I i if X V -.. 4 I M k Y ,l y - 'unix G f 1, '- f"5a'?,ux , ' fs K 4 sf, 5 1 du 1' . ,gy A T rdf! f . " 4 fyf3"'s,t 'J X . 'f-QQ T f., ff' ,gf S y f l ,Witt-iii sn, -ix 1 cgi' fr?-F35 f'-gi! ,N ' in I a ' 2 gt gif" ' ZS-.LEX f w 111fiiliiiifffsffs 'L at 'TAL VJ rg.. 'sinitfg -F T it rf rf r T ' -5- --F l Y .x-' - V l, . - Y , gd -- ., -v::-v ,-4 r ,IW-F: X + 1 1 ie ' A , . 1 WL, L EY -eg: Q X ' 41,55 Q :W . M ..' Q-jL,,1,l ' ff w i , X ' V :gli .S , l 3 'Q' -11:3 , Y gil 1:t, 12 , I ' if I ,N Y ',' 'fQ: 1 K ' i, fx S .-4, f X, f 5, 5 .gf . '- 'A - :fll xl . 1 1 'A , V of -of , Q 4-1, Y "' A 2455, N' S Cheryl Smith Willie Swindeli Kris Taylor Judy Titus Sylvia Trammel 80 Rocky Tuttle Debbie Vorse Darryl Walker Tena Walker Troy Walker Steve Wallace Justine Watson Robert Watson Kristi Webb Gary Welch Tracey Werber Beth Windham Tim W0Od Danny Wyafii Debbie Wheeler John woisieben Susie Wooley Patty Young Brenda Wilson James Wood Brad Wright HECTOI' VHSQUGZ ,.. Q, .i ! w ' , aku il" N- ia ,N f in W ixfiei l in is i il I I 1, -J iw Q " I . - Il ..,..... 'flllilil' t K-4 ' - , -T.:5f:i': vig. -21. -H . . la .4 ,, .1 ..iA' 'D . ' ,if .-55511 'fri ' , ' el 5 i 1 fill 1 'X A. ll " , 4 gtk li. V delnvzjyzgii ,L , A, l ,Q ' 1 7' N " N, lllQi2,1zFjf7l l,f 'jf' l . ' ' .- 1'-59:5 5? l 'Y W I ' l if A 'lr , A' ., I .1-,Y A Q- 14, H -if W' Q-vm il. FJ i if-fx 'C .l ' A 1 54' .1 If 'V -, W , l 5 ll 'ig:51?11'l ill - l 6 frf3figfl :1 1 .4 . V H A A, .l H 1 A .C -J lil l l C. W .in 'V : v' 5 ' ,A 1 . 4 W 1 A ' :lil f Q l I A3 V ' ., ' Ji?" sd 1-1 :J X . b- .l If sit'-y W Y- is -1 - . ' --A 4 -" , f w,j-,s-5:5'y- A ff I L, I- '7-it 1fsr,eu:gsM 1 Eileen Hunt Dana Johnson Terry Mitchell Bud Pratt Leo Radandt Not pictured: Earl Anderson Bryan Asher Chris Boudreau Stanley Brown Michelle Canamar Julie Caward Suzanne Cox Bryan Davison Steve Dobson Karen Draper Ronald Duke Sam Frasier John Heavrin Tim Henderson Valene Jemmett David Lewis Archibald Mathews Chris Nelson Ronda Pasley 1- 'W' "... cp. ef ' " gs u.i!V'- " U gf IT' Maj Qi Richard Perkins Ron Price Randy Pyne Bryce Sawin Allen Stolle L... Rick Tibbets Kent Timmons Vince Werle Shelly Wininger Ron Worthington 81 Freshmen The Freshman Ofhcers are, front, JoGina Poison, vice-president, Stacey Phillips, rep. In the back are IVlr. Echeverria, advisor, 'Jeff Walker, sec.-treas.g and Nlr. Steiner, advisor. Not Pictured is Kurt Leusch, rep F X E1- 82 W 'i XXX B ,V 1 X , xx i 3 'X i i r, i ' i L i i i ,Txl ... i 4-i 'V .,,v dl. X . Vi S-Qxzqx I I fl:-P! x X e rl' ' :'f':.x ', i i i X i i 439 L N 'ff ,,4f' 147 rx 1 Z --J' ' r i'L U! ,-5 X, ' i Jf A 'Q . , ,, - Q -.1 ,l im ,Ji u ,yi swf.- 1. tl JU LJIULI Qui oxey Dianne Draper Shelly Draper Cyndi Dunbar -.4 Doug nl: A Lance Dale Lane Hale , James E Kurt Garner Grant Larinda Handley' iChard Fisher Gelsey Tlna Randy Haney if R nie Ford Gibggn Raul Verle Hanson lf' JOA Halle" Ther Giiber lVlari a Guzman Eddie Ha"'S0!7'f X I If I .Xa if X , i. V .. 1 .' i 1 . , l 5 ' f-esfv 7 i . ' l K -ic q N. - ,QZQEH X f Xf ff, 1, -' A I sd ! 5 P 1 .' ti I .WI ,K -rn' ff I f I imk f y 1 1 Aw' K 45? G lil it V il W J .. ,, J -4 if I .N : 'Wu ' K ' . i . , ' L' 3 N X ' i X Wi ,I I 5- 'I ig ' . ,Fu 6 Q . -,, iii ' so -li fi ifqpxvx. 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V I ' , fl, , l -4 sg...- nel -, , , f " ' 11 I-5 dvi. 1 . -4- f 1 r " R l R iv , A Lxi : fl I A ,li h Ted Riley Kathleen Rogers Tina Rogers Pam Rudd Lois Russell Tony Rynerson Ron Saxton Pam Schroeder Teri Scott Sean See 'W . I ,.. , :N ,. 5 I l .fx Anne Shaw Shelly Silveria Robin Silkwood Brian Smelcer Carolyn Smith -s, i - 1 rf. D 1" rg? . I . V y , gegllllilll,, T. 'i u 0 'W , . ,...v' fx Stewart Ronald Thomas R .,J,4' ex! ivlark Taylor Jeff Ulmer 4 Shiin Taylor K ,Tracy Vors Jeff Walke stone o0nnellTriunarn JeffjLal ef X K A :ta Starc er andy Stover Toni Tu er lrtairieyvqehler l 1 Roberta kef I allace Joe Wallace Edward Walseman Robin Watson Mark Weekes Joene Whitlow Rick Whitney Kim Wilkerson Mark Wilkins lk I, ,0- Bonnie Williams Tod Wilson Daniel Wood Donnie Wunder Carl Poole 89 9' ll: . 6.5. ,F-Q, . l Pi' .db U -V1 .ff i ""'. ' K l-"tl X I x- , -1 13.1-. ' x I .15 f" f,4ie:,,gff.ffugl4.,jj-:fggtg-5.5 ' , , sffgfgiiigjfii-' jg? ' i .as -64 Y 'R N vb. W ' , x Q .- i 9 ' .I I l il x ' ll' 5 xt Q ' i il, -- ll -- l - e ga ,, sf-N ,W -f-H ..',l. -0' .l ." N V. 3 , k . Pi If ' ' 'L.., V ,- : .xxwgdg-df Qsu, 4- 1.-L Roger Veenstra 1 Kathy Zarth Marla Yates- Kerry Zarth Tim Yai6S . D011 Zufelt 90 -. ,,.. 5 1, 9, x , Z Not pictured: Ruby Andrews Jeff Carlock G a ry ,CQ lbiudrsn Shawn Cooperl! John Dominick Gabriel Escalante Ronnie Ford Julie Farnsworth Danny Ford Linda Gillihan Tracey Haney Randy lVlcKenizie Gary Mallory 'Keith Novak l Nlike Perkins Shawn Saylor Sheila Sprague Annette Van Horn I Sports I I , ' 1.2 " ' ' ' T W ' ,,,,,, ,l Varsity Football, Row 1, left to right, Greg Darnell, Randy Rosecrans, Bob Hardisty, Chris Beitia, Wayne Blake, Dan Buzzard, Richard Baughman, Lee Schmelzer, Jeff Olson, Brant Tritthart, Darren Crays. Row 2, Mel Person, head coach, Doug Walker, Nick Oliver, Jay Blau Chris Donaldson, John Evans, Joe Jayo, Dennis Martin, Shannon Crays, Dale Eldridge. Row 3, Tom Carlsen, coach, Troy White, Steve Jones Chris Pfaff, Roger Finch, Troy Haney, Mike Campbell, Corey Eisenbarth, Ted Eaton, Mike Rood. Row 4, Mike Ryals, coach, Dan Vaughan Eric Maxwell, Pat Donaldson, Steve Martin, Terry Suitter, Dave Foruria, Dave Thornock. -146 - 12- ,6- 33 - 40 - 35 - 19 - 21 - i J" ' 14 Grant Unioni 14 Middleton 30 Vallivue 6 Kuna Sfmt 11 Hai, 1. ...Q ' :-lui' -' ' 1 1 fs . Q, gt. MEL ::'i' . wilt l v V ' l iii 1 ' l - l 4, 1, H.. 'f...- . -.- '7--' . reid' -PM Q-5-i....a l , Mdpw :ii nr' Nick Oliver was selected by members of the varsity team as winner of the Deen Dean award for the most inspirational player on the 1978-1979 football team. The award was established by HE" Club in 1958 in memory of Deen Dean, a 1957 graduate who was killed in a logging accident in 1958. Dean was active in football and UE" Club and was senior class president. Dick Dillon was the winner of the first award given in 1958. Deen Dean Ward 93 ff Y "- ... 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Ls p.1 1 4 -if if K on s :I ' -'af' 'ff' '- ' H - it ---L XM' 9 -- , , A Ifavgfiefff-if-, -F- i I 'li tx " ' ll' X X ' -l . ,.. ,... , X 4v :QXEEV A , ' ,, l- - ,, , Ng, f f X gl,-, ii 3 ,, X V If ,N . , , ', fi . , s ' s ' , K x h 1 H Q' ,435 7' cuffs' " V l r ' "' 1. 5.-'M l , ' , .:-HFT - - n ' f 'lv " 4. " ' ' " - , l f' V - g . 'i X , ,jlsklin ,A - is A K., if y if g a T3 , V, F A if 4 any V W 1' -ll get Q a L' l l K rf Q sTf5 . -. -. . . - - J ,Q ,,.5----J.-Q H .. , The Varsity football team ended their season with an 8-2 record, losing two disappointing conference games to Middleton and Vailivue. -Q The highlight of the season came in the hnal game, when we upset the Bishop Kelly Knights, defeating them for thefirst time since Bishop Kelly opened its doors, fourteen years ago. ,REQ il , A I -.-q-v--- J . Mg, Varsity Football Team . , ,Q 1 Mn 'Tr M1 .1.. H I '::i:-14'i,2aa:,1 .a--- i at , . s .. ' M f. 'J W" , vs n W i 4 ' H f , x X ,4 l -AA .U Ni all 'll I 1 sffrll , 1 -' Nl' X V as - i - E L l l f l ll l l to ,H l,lywc-oy4 tv l pe, -, l - - wwf- at 2 -l nc All es -Q M ef.te, ly ffn,c We rtsw- ' fi 'T 'Y' - 1 I " ls . ' 5 59" ' M I '9 'pf XR., " 'I HCT - ' flux-X" ' l A 34. vb l' N -A . 4+ it , f I fn l l if I I ' if 'fgfa H fi, .,,! I, ., W V J. fwii. fs. i , ,'-.1 lf , Q .gl .- .I , . fi' 4 4 ill l ,e 31' . f, ','. - r . 21' 1.35, ' .c. 5 l Freshman football members are, Row 1, left Donnie Wunder, Jim Lankf0l'df Jeff Walker, coaches. Not pictured are Doug Elsberry, Rick to right, Mike Mathews, Jim McCall, Dale Jef? Ulmer, Kirk Bork, Monte Cyr. Row 3, Conrad, Jeff Posey, Kevin Kelly, Ron Brodie. Goodwin, Brett Cox, Chris Baptiste. Row 2, Terry Shake, Steve Beitia, Alan Echeverria, Emmett Emmett Emmett Emmett Emmett Emmett Emmett Emmett Emmett Baker Vale Middleton Vallivue Kuna Weiser Payette Fruitland Bishop Kelly Score Board - pg I .- vm J.V. football members are, Row 1, left to Row 2, Jack Stokes, Jim Pulley, Gary Welch, Mark Beckman, Rick Tibbets, John Britton. right, Doug Jones, Alan Brown, Bill Cox, Soron Root, Kelly Fisher, Kendal Smith. Row Row 4, Terry Shake, Steve Beitia, Alan Gerald Lambert, Bill Hale, Brent Sprague. 3, Brian Sprague, Scott Graviet, Nathan Perry, Echeverria, coaches. 97 I l LLN5 ' 'Q " Girls' Varsity Basketball I l'-LT n1'.,f,,T, 1- .1 "Q-J' -u l" 1 l ' Jil' ' A Md . Fi,.V.-,I,:-',.i-,5a?,- -5 . ,El-legal-l',.ef5vlli-'fax-+21 , uri . ' - . -wls,,.,4-" TG-, -1"-f'-"1 L JL V ,. j,Qv?j5,.:l 'q fft, ja, ia. , 22-firfl"fff'l " 1 i S i i1i'w,:,,V v ,l l . V 's 10 li Girls' Varsity basketball team members were, and Sherry Brown. Kneeling in the front row left to right, Angie Beckley, Kris Veine, Bobbie is Catherine Poundstone, manager. The coach Sorenson, Shelly Spencer, Kami Hemenway, was Ron Noble. X Lorie Fisher, Theresa Posey, Heather Olson, .l' l as so . 31 u fl 'I l, Boys, Varsity Basketball Boys' Varsity basketball team members were, front row, left to right, Steve Jones, Jeff Olson, Joe Strang, Brian Sines, Kent Werber, Gerron Gibson. Row two, Richard Baughman Dan Buzzard, Greg Darnell, Darren Crays, Doug Walker, Brian Adamson. Ray lVlulIins also announced his retirement as coach after the 1978-1979 season. He has been varsity coach for twenty years. f QW I l l I ll WWA!" ' f ff! V er if X x f, . 1,11 1 l' N ,ff 5, Q 7 fl f yf? if rl AZN' - f' 9 M1 7 4 f, . 2 F L - iw 'Y "Zi a, Tal: Q' F' D 5 , , .1 L, I Jw 3 iw ng , fl '- A if ',. .' w i , ,,. uv. I I L. 'P Q igggf qs' vv J - 2 5 I V w f 2 . . '- .515 - It ii, g 'i' :ia 425, ff' W fnww' 2973 - 4 : 5--' V. fb.,-si - Q, 555 "' Eiiii E 5. - fe . W. I ,121 if. A .. Sig Nvnf I J Playing basketball for the JV team this year Russell, Steve Taylor, Mike Rood, Rick were, front row, left to right, Gerald Lambert, Tibbetts, Mike Joyce, Cory Eisenbarth, Tom 9 Mark Briscoe, Ted Eaton, Soron Root, Dan Carlsen, coach. Not pictured is Ray Mansfield I Vaughan, Scott Graviet. Second row, Andy manager. xv P' 'llll ll' if' 'ff 4 1 l , , ' 'Q i. :LQ ng :- 1 1' JV girls' Basketball Girls who played JV basketball were, front row, left to right, Ronnie Ford, Judy Titus, Sonja lVlaxwell, Diane Rekow, Rhonda Gibson, Catherine Poundstone, manager. Second row, LeAnn Carlsen, coachg Kristie Hemenwayg JoGina Polsong Lois Russellg Cheryl Frazierg Kathy Haysg Susie Woolleyg Tawni Larson. Not pictured was Genie Hess. 103 Freshman team members are front row, left Chambers. Back row, Brian Morrow, manager to right, Jeff Ulmer, Jeff Walker, Donnie Brett Cox, Monte Cyr, Dale Goodwin, Jeff Wunder, Kirk Bork, Dana Breshears, Jim Spencer, Doug Elsberry, Robert Leavitt. Freshman Basketball .rf,'1'f '-':41 4 ,K - P, Lvl is-eva. . ,. 104 :T 7 r i i I If a Q st I I Hifi . 'if iff '91' P ' -..:,Jkg.,, I, -Q, my i f 'N eil ,mx Pj? it ii i Y ,L :'- Y, , Htgiizz ' -'Gai-Q, ntl- .,i+.3uilgl. ,,,,' : ',',"Ls'i'sgX 'N K Y, L ,-.. Vgtgn, L, , . Judo Judo means the Ugentle way", though one has no idea how gentle judo player is until he participates. Since judo and wrestling are similar, the rules are much the same. EHS judoists participated in tournaments held in Utah at Ogden, Salt Lake City and Hill Air Force Base, in Idaho at Twin Falls, Caldwell, Boise, lVlcCall and Emmett, in Ontario, Oregon and Spokane, Washington. Carla Proctor was ranked among the top ten high school competitors in the United States and she also competed in High School Nationals held at Los Angeles, California in lVlay. In the picture at left are front row, left to right, Howard Barron, Lonnie Hunter, Don Goslin. Row two, Carla Proctor, lVlark Liedtke, Ron Rains, Jim Sowell. Row three, Dave Colburn and Leonard Pratt, coaches. 3 105 ..,' vu: u AN. we '. . as .,. A , Mg, 4 .J X C . 'Y ,, kfvvjv. - 7 . f T21 -- : V .f , Ffa' S , ww 4 hz.. 'L . ' ' L' JS: "U :Q , - ka. Cr I T.. :.-, ff 3 35 "' ' ': J - 6 f N f ,K-G ' 'Ya E xx 11 N .1 2 - V ,4 A 4 Lf? S291-' ' 1 '- 6 5.-iz, ,M x -'iJ.'f11- ,, ' yy.. I :X 4,11 .-J. :lf .'j...Ax,,, -:f,1 f- ' -f-A' -A :VW : -f"'f 'M 5 ,X " ,' w':,, fzxtzs , ,gg . '31 , 1 .,.. A , ' 1'g..n,555f515g .Gm 1 , JD 1-Xu-u .',if,v,.. . - A .V ' -- Z, '-,- L ff'-' Q. -,1 fy -. 'w -4 .,"zn'i" 1.22 ' '11,-gfu :VA ..Cjj53,ff:,f. Q... . , .. IVWJJ I. ,dv -, ,gi,7'A1..., , g . V ,K .K,,,,A,,L nw,-1 ,. -, 1, .. . -w,,,j1'4f51'-vfjl,.i.- I f"."'f',f' - 'M.v,. A" ' ' 1 fc- - ,L wif V 5' , J' ' EF ' K ' I I" '4 . ' V . "' 5 :x , QA y-fu-swf" 'V in ' wiklff .- 3,-127595 u 'ywfh' x V ii 'ii f Ll "QL V ,Y L1 12' ' v ,Q 5:2- l,..,,g.g , fvaiqxh- 1 , ' 1 ,. ,..iu,:A,- , - , J. .:-5 :. " .-g, ,K fp '1 .5475-15 2 , ' ifwxf' , -5 ut f .'.,. -" lf 2 I Y -JK , 'V 36 15, dw - , ,. ' -' w V I2 . ,W x, , A gh. s x 9 0 X :'f4ig.,,if'!5fQi is .J . .il .. .2 x, . '-Dells-win if-I, 521'-1.Q:11g ,- v". 'I f 'Ti uq 1 I FW 46"I'v M 11 a-44. -nn 1 4 ff . , A mzfzgf -1-. . 1,-,N -. 'MZ Volleyball The 1978 volleyball teams had successful seasons but they were quite different from one another. The varsity team, coached by lVlrs. Black, hnished the regular season with a 7 win 5 loss record and they Finished third in the district tournament. Coach Joe Good, in his hrst year of coaching volleyball, did not have an overall winning record but he was happy with the progress the JV's made this season. Hopefully, the experiences the girls had this year will help them later on in life. The J.V. team members are, Row ,1, left to Angie Phillips, Vicki Britton. Row 2, lVlr. Good, Joan Lyons, Kristi Serratos, Shannon Jones, night, Ruthie Artiach, Wendy Cloud, Renee coach, Maise Coulter, Vicki Brutsman, JoGina managers, . Sorenson, Ronnie Ford, Kristi Hemenway, Polson, Anne Nasker, Brenda Groves. Row 3, 107 A - .lI..w:.,,.:l.lfELi , ,t ,FFR "nvLrmml'lnH'i ll The girls' cross country team capped a successful season with a fourth place finish at the state meet in Twin Falls. The girls were runners-up by one point at district to eventual state champion Weiser. Joella Jensen broke or established school records on every course with the exception of be . lw " - lf' i l , nat! ry L fx . ig. , ' be Shadow Valley where Shona Hane broke the former mark. The boys' team did not have enough membe to compete as a team at meets, b did well anyway, considering that none of them ran cross country in past years. ,,a,,,..... - 1. .rif- Cross Country members are, left to right, Row Rekow, Joella Jensen, Christie Burress, Bob 1 Curt Garner Theresa Pose Shona Hane Leavitt. Row 3, Jim Bois, coach, Carl Garner. f i Y, Y, Nancy Hill. Row 2, Sylvia Trammel, Diane . ..,x.,i. ',i5l- W si W l ,J vu N i fig 1, " I . . l -1 , 1 A ,ul 'J ax' N", 1 .' -V 1 cgi, Tv , il l -' -'-- ' . Wifi 't-,i' , y "Q Y' A ,F-, ' I M , ti N -T i If li. in .N lx - s .J ii I., i-l l n ,nl-Agia: 1 e. 'e-1 ' ' J ? W , r , .- u T- QI. V v 4-1-'llfef M... .-, .11MML.muKi4..iH.1ThSFQGflf.1A:rNH2fT .nl AW' im' F' 1 .uf-if ins bfi? ' lg Jiikl Y- 33-P J 1 -C' H serif rs - ' ,'- :.-, Q-:H ll' f ewff fl l -oonm. QW-iff l l FO5TE.LL MM le, f-'ff 4fQgg:3Cf5-L . Members ofthe 1978-79 wrestling team were, Posey, RiCha"d FlShel'- ROW 2, Layne Hale, Vvfegthng Row 1, Ren Nesbitt, Steve Reed, Lonnie Steve Hin, Lonnie Darnell, Bob Swindell, Dave Hunter, Jimmy Wilson, Pat Donaldson, Rick Holmes, Dave Forurla, Lee Schmelzer, David Conrad, Eric Nesbitt, Chris Donaldson, Jeff Bingham, lVl6l PGYSOH, COBCIW. 109 E.H.S. Golf Team l . I fr. ' - M , 0-A A, , - .P a -, qs- MBFUDCVS of-the 90lf team are YOW 1, left to John Helmon, Nathan Peljry, DebbieAPoe, Judy, Mansfield, Mike Campbell, Mike Sawyer, John right, Chris Beitia and John Evans. In row 2, Titus, and Mr. Howell, coach.'In row 3, Ray, V Eiguren, and Rick Hodgins. . I , iii,-' .s 110 Tennis This year's tennis team included front row left to right, Mark Liedtke, Mike Schwartz, Leo Radandt, Greg Spencer, Greg Gonzalez, Ron Worthington, Troy ColsonwBack row, Colleen St. Germain, Tammy Justice, Barbara Groves, Shelly Bright, Karen Doyle, Carol Rutledge, Valerie Radandt, Stacey Phillips, Linda Gillihan, LeAnn Hembree, Coach Ron Noble. 'F-' we ,rd . iff. 1 ja 3 . ,i Q.. The 1979 tennis team was slow to to get any results on how the team mGmbGl'S Kdfeli DOYIS, LGAUU start this year due to wet weather. performed. Those that first year Hembree, Mark Liedtke, Mike As the annual deadline was early in coach Ron Noblethought would be Schwartz, and Greg Gonzalez. March, the yearbook staff was unable strong starters are returning team BW ? ef: -.gil ffi7,'1llf5f7A' I 1 l il ' 'W P' Hi- I. 'N rl 'la ' ' ' 'X ,- ..gg' il. -it l ,iii . 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H . 5 'l " ir? . K. ?5" "'l-fi figd-F l ' -JT. A - r - ' C ,' '. - ' JV " , V "- . -i'-1 Q fs-et ar V rs1 B b ll r - eff - a a. nl -.gg " ix ' S, 3l:,.l -. ,X W 'f 'k " f 'V ' ' -- . 'f 4 +.7 51 .t s " A " da '- H3 4 1 A .:.an313x'.-Sgsiirlki ., 1f...,.-'12-5u.' The varsity baseball team was hoping to have another successful season when the year began, Due to an early i deadline, the annual staff was unable to report how the team was doing, if but if the pitching held up, they probably did quite well. Jeff Olson, the team's only three year letterman, hoped to keep up his good batting average and hopefully lead the team. Others expected to perform well were Troy Haney, Chris Donaldson, Darren Crays, and Jeff Garringer. 4... is if L . if Q. 5 ' '-'li'lfXi?i1 ' 'KF' ru 'I?3'?4'i 'Q' , ..'Q3gf5f'xli 4 " i l B180 95349444 WRPS V" ' Members of the varsity baseball team are Row Brian Sines, senior, Mike Bobbitt, junior, Troy junior, John Sowell, senior. Not pictured is 1, left to right, Bart Mendenhall, senior, Chris Haney, senior, Darren Crays, senior, Coach Pat Jeff Olson, senior. Donaldson, senior, Jerry Evans, senior. Row 2, Daniels? Kevin Jensen, senior, Ron Humbird, 112 -Q 1 0, AQXGCX i Tw if F A F U f l-1: 5' -- Members of the junior varsity baseball team John Sterns, sophomore, Johnny Lambert, are front row, left to right, Mac Perkinson, freshman. Back row, Coach Alan Echeverria, sophomore, Mike Matthews, freshman, Ron Doug Elsberry, freshman, Jeff Ulmer, Brodie, freshman, Mark Briscoe, sophomore, freshman, Donny Wunder, freshman, Tim ' A X .Lil F ,J fl Sparks, sophomore, Kirk Bork, freshman, Chris Baptiste, freshman, Martin Joyce, sophomore. I.V. Baseball The junior varsity baseball team got off to a late start this year due to bad weather. The team looks to be strong as ever with the help of Mac Perkinson, Doug Elsberry, Donny Wonder, and Mark Briscoe, who appear to be among the top players. 113 Girls' Softball Members of the girls' softball team are pictured left to right, Row 1, Lorrie Fisher, lVlickie Turner, Joan Lyons, Dorothy Herold, Kathryn Schauer, Nancy Rivers. Row 2, Brenda Groves, JoGlna Polson, Stephanie Parker, Tammi Query, Dorene Fausett, Jodi King, Maise Coulter, Carolyn Smith. Row 3, Catherine Poundstone, Toni Turner, Sonja Nlaxwell, Tammi Baughman, Teri Limbaugh, Angle Phillips, Wendy Cloud, and Wanda Black, coach. 114 El 1. if I ni. 'il-If-I -na in unite-lmqnnuxu nan -llll nn .tl-S 7,3 lil U1 If 14.83 :Slug 9311 -lil 3111133 wal Rodeo Club A group which does not get very much recognition at E.H.S. is the Rodeo Club. The club competes in rodeos throughout the year and most of our cowboys and cowglrls do very well. Marci Mathews, shown at right, is an excellent pole bender and barrel racer. Other Emmett High competitors are Tammy Phillips and Rod Cutbirth, who are both excellent calf ropersg Tim and Tony Rhynearson, who both compete in the bareback bronc riding event, and also Jim Brock, who is one of the few crazy bull riders. A bucking barrel, shown below, is a device used by cowpeople to practice the riding events when animals are not available. Rodeo does not get much recognition, but it is as tough or tougher than any other sport in America. .TF 115 l l Y DQ A "YQ, 'I '-. Fx' 'E 'ff fftff F:-ff 'gf' " 9' - ' f il fl. we . if af-iff V f W. ii' Q t'7""-" " f..- -+ ' ' - Y . I 1 ll ,.,, ,Na .,' 5w.'!Xf,G . ' .. f-,J Boys, Track Members of the 1979 boys' track team were front row, left to right, Carl Garner, Wayne Blake. Row 2, Kevin Kelly, Steve Martin, Martin Helm, Tim Garlend, Andy Russell, Len Garner, Dennis Martin. Row 3, Coach Joe Good, Billy Hale, Marty St. Germain, Mark Beckman, Benjie Clinton, Don Snow, David Hopkins, Coach Lynn Hyslop. Row 4, Andy Burgess, Dale Goodwin, Troy White, Robert Leavitt, Lonnie Hunter, Kendell Smith, James Chambers, Harold Leavitt. Since the annual deadline was so early, it was impossible to print anything about how the team performed. Some people who were expected to have good seasons were Troy White and Tim Garland in the sprints, David Hopkins in the discus, and Steve Jones and Dan Vaughan in the field events. The team will be trying to capture the state title which they have come so close to doing in past years. Hopefully, this will be the Huskies' lucky year. 9' A Q R Q Ill f 7 - WWI ' I X Girls' Track The members of the 1979 girls' track team pictured below are Row 1, left to right, JoElIa Jensen, Dianne Rekow, Kathey Hayes, Shona Haney, Shellie Soencer. Row 2, Tawnee Larson, LeAnn Pierce, Lori Goodwin, Justine Watson. Row 3, Lois Russell, Sylvia Trammel, Coach Jim Bois. Not pictured are Theresa Posey, Sandi St. Germain, Robin Carlock, Cindy Rosdahl, Christine Burress, Cindy Snow, Tami DeGrange, Tammy Lane, Debbie Cox, Laurie Delvlasters, Katrina Bryant, and Rhonda Gibson. 3,14 118 -,-, f,.l Q M ,P f 1 v M 2. -3-N -V5.4 EHS Coaches mb 1. Alan Echeverria, fresh. football i coachp 2. LeAnn Carlsen, JV girls' basketball coachg 3. lVlel Person, varsity football and ' 4" wrestling coachg 4. Mike Ryals, asst. football coachg 5. Jim Bois, cross country and girls' v N A 1 track coachg x 'fi N 6. Wanda Black, varsity volleyball A coachg 'y 7. Steve Beitia, Hollywood Brumley, Smoking Bandit. s os, HL 120 EHS Coaches 1. Who are these guys? 2. Tom Carlsen, asst. football coach and JV boys' basketball coach, 3. Pat Daniels, fresh. basketball coach and varsity baseball coach, 4. Steve Beitia, JV football coach, 5. Joe Good, girls' JV volleyball coach, 6. Keith Howell, golf coach, 7. Lynn Hyslop, boys' varsity track coach, 8. Calling Occupants . . . 121 Iwi.-Yah ,f V A K-KL, " :Jr Wa: -Q -v 1 N 'FF ,., ...- " . 4 ,Y 1 v , -m 1 1 'f"" u -Q' ' 'e 45? h:,,:K'?,l..v---4,-W1-,ii kim. .. '7 Miscellaneous Sports There are quite a few students and teachers at E.H.S. who participate in sports that are not high school sponsored. In the picture at the top far left, Mark Olberding is shown with his bike and several moto-cross trophies he has won. David Barnowski, Jeff Yunker, and Flint Thornock also compete in this sport. On the bottom far left is Eric lVlaxwell, winner of Wayne Rexford's Big Horn Contest, shown receiving the mounted horns. From top to bottom in the center photos are Alan Echeverria and Alex Silva, jogging enthusiasts. Other jogging teachers are Wayne Rexford, Steve Beitia, Joanne Sporleder, and Lynn Hyslop. Dennis lVlartin, trophy winner in the annual high school drag races at Firebird Raceway, is shown in the top left picture, Kevin Silveria is shown on the bottom left with his winning form as he rolls another high game. Other high school bowlers are Tim Rynearson, Steve Harshiield, Arlene Pitts, and Marci Nlathews. These are but a few of the activities that our students andteachers are involved in. Randy Flowers, Larry Ranstrom, and Jim Hebert are all tough boxers who have each won many bouts. Tony Bussert and Flint Waller are both avid archers who have killed several game animals with their bows and arrows. Francis White is both a hsherman and a hunter and is known for his bird-feather tie. 123 The freshman cheerleaders are from top to bottom Valerie Radandt Marina F I Guzman, center Teri Scott left Cindy res an Snow, right as I I -in 1 '. Varsity Promoting spirit throughout the school year, the ,varsity cheerleaders, are from top to bottom, Kris Adamson, Kelly Johnson, left, Karen Doyle, right, Julie Tucker, left, Teresa Noble, right. This squad of gals were always full of enthusiasm, from the time the first whistle was blown, until the time the sports fans of E.H.S. threw in the towel at the end of' the season. 124 .."'l',A A .--'v-q-1- -7- .Ql., A. Sb Q I f SLTQQY , W A ' 'Hx-tk . xv" ' .aisj ix A 14424 S O u A N ., J .f Daw sr "U . , '-sf' .P lr Y ,I 5 1 7 . , I Initiation for Future Homemakers of America took place on October 17. The new members included Patricia Ball, Anna Basabe, Vicki Brutsman, Heather Jensen, JoAnn Frazier, and Pam Schroeder. Special projects for the year included making gifts for a nursing home in Germany and a Christmas party for the underprivileged. F. , z-'X r ji ,Haig if I -4 0 .jr':'3!'-if'-, 'f ' .1215-,1 ,mir ' ' ....-I " 5212! was ' mi K' fl ' ' ' -if ,M 1554? I., r"p:x,- .. , S 'Lael Lfbusui 1:31 M L .. , ' f i'.':f-ff ', F1H.iA.'rnembers are, left to right, row "I, Lori Colleen St. Germain, Dorothy Herald, Anna E 'Izatt, Anne Nasker, Vicki Brutsman and Cole, JoAnn Frazier, Kathryn Schauer, Shelly Basabe, Patricia Ball, Mrs. Yeakle, advisor. Tammy Justice. Not pictured is Kristi Jensen. Row 2: Pam Schroeder, Tammy Laney Row 3: Mrs. Clark, advisor, Brenda Lane, Joan Serratos. l 126 Q j1f'u.,, J ig. 'X ' Fr A ' ST.- F.H.A. officers are, left to right, Row 1, Lori chairmang Brenda Lane, advertising managerg Cole, secretaryg JoAnn Frazier, vice-Presidentp and Dorothy Herold, historian. Not pictured is Kathryn Schauer, presidentg Shelly Jensen, Kristi Serratos, recreations officer. treasurer. Row 2: Tammy Lane, degree ff?f"'U83""" it H3112 uv JV, E . . '-sr . X,..,.,g . X 127 it Yearbook Staff - 'Ugg 58 The working members of the Squaw Butte Saga yearbook are, front, left to right, Cheryl Snyder, John Sowell, Jeff Olson, editor, Vicki Burt. In the back row are Trudee Shamblin, lVlrs George, advisor, and Diana Liedtke. This edition of the 1979 yearbook has tried to capture the essence of the school. L. L I-l 7 NATIONAL HUNOR SOCIETY: FYOr1t I'0W, left Row two, Mark Kroll, Dorthy Herold, Dee Dee Kristi Kirkpatrick, Marie Eaton, Julia Graviet to right, Susan Robinson, Kathryn Schauer, Mecham, Jeff Olson, John Sowell, Lee Sylvia Carver, Shelly Jensen, Roberta Teresa Noble, Heather 0lS0f1, Chl'iS DOHBIGSOF1- Schmelzer. Row three, Mrs. Gunter, Advisor, Schoenwald, Linda Wenig. 128 S7 ...L.. Di - Senior DECA members are, front, Sheryl Brown, Merry Brock, Pam Suitter. Back, Larry Baughman, Teresa Noble, Nancy Conrad, Mallory, Carla Hale, Nadine Mecham, Sherry Hallam, Nathon McChesney, Richard Shelly Jensen, Mr. Echeverria, advisor. l Distributive Education f- T W W Junior DECA members at left are, front, Cheryl Snyder, Lo Ann "'1' - PM Winward, Neta Nichols, Lori Cole, Donna Wallace. Back, De Ann Walker, Rena Perry, Lois Schrade. Other dues paying members include Kelly Allen, Ted Brooks, Teresa Bussert, Trina Campbell, Robin T Carlock, Lenor Davis, Ed Doxey, Cindy Draper, Dorene Faucett, Rick Gilliahn, Martin Herold, Mike Hocking, Ron Humbird, Brent Kimball, Joan Lyons, Terry Nebeker, Julie Nicholls, Tina Noble, Marion Parsons, Debbie Poe, Bonnie Quenzer, Marci Quick, Olga Reyes, Cindy Rosdahl, Lori Sawyer, Shelly Schroeder, Mike Schwartz, Connie Spencer, Angie Thayer, Shannon s Thomas, Julie Tucker, Vicki Watson. N Z- T L L .NNN ,gs 129 Epitome Staff Throughout the year, the members of the Epitome staff have worked to bring the students of E.H.S. the latest in news happenings occurring in and around our community. Members include, left to right, Row 1, Cheryl Barrett, features editor, Jeff Olson, sports editor, Randy Flowers, Susie Sheldon, Kathy Varner. Row 2, John Sowell, news editor, RaDawn Elsperman, business manager, Shelly Jensen, editor-in- chief, Linda Wenig, advertising manager, Kathryn Schauer, managing editor, Lori Cole. C?-I ff' ' vw IT Y mi. :P aff' !! 1 arf? 130 Xa me 'img lxli l VX Ll. if Chess Club The Chess Club has organized tournaments played at E.H.S. They also participated in other invitational tournaments held at other area high schools, with the champion receiving a trophy at the end of the year. Members of this year's club include, left to right, David Bingham, Clifford Justice, Steve Harshfield, lVlr. Pratt, advisor, David Holmes. Science Club 1436:- HlI5KIE5 Science Club members include, left to right, Row 1, Steve Hill, Billy Fackler, Tammy Lane Angie Phillips, Anthony Knight, Sonja lvlaxwell, Jordan Mattson, Richard Nlartin. x l 13. ' ers Row 2, Kevin Johnson, Phillip Sigman: Can Nikirk, Doug Walker, Lance Grider, Dex Dutson, Jim Hill, lVlr. Hyslop, advisor. 'Jn 131 The FNA members are Row 1, left to right, Kathy Schroeder, Susan Robinson, Kathryn Schauer, Sylvia Carver, Dawn Pook, Shelly Jensen, Debbie Vorse. Row 2, Lois Russell, L0Ann Wmward, Kathryn Schauey, Susan Darren Crays Dex Dutson Lance Grader Larry Key Club members are Row 1, left to right, Alice Bruner Denise Hill Kelly Johnson Brian Adamson, Jeff Olson, Tern scott, John Roberta Sclwenwald Mane Eaton Soma Sowell, Heather Olson, Joe Strang, Merry Maxwell Row 4 Lonnie Hunter Ray Brock. Row 2, Vicki Burt, Anna Watkins, Mansfield Melanie Morgan Shannon Crays Robinson, Mary Knight, Beth Shaw. Row 3, Hallam Robert Walker, Tammi Lane, LeAnn Hembree V tr Willy, l I . . v .H1.il l S. 1, Choir members are, Row 1, left to right, Mr. Tartar, director, Dana Hawkins, Cindy Rosdahl, Linda Wenig, Joan Izatt, Nancy Rivers, Ronnea Gibson, Elaine Mabee, Rhonda Dunn, Ellen Bond, Carolyn Adams. Row 2, Kathryn Schauer, Debbie Vorse, Kathy Johns, Valene Jemmett, Maurene Hardman, Lori Kolodziej, Catherine Poundstone, Mary Knight. Row 3, Toni Bowers, Tina Helmick, Kathy Hays, Diane Bird, Laurene Minium, Chris Johns, Leona Davis, Melinda Moyer, Swing choir members are, Row 1, left to right, Linda Wenig, Lori Leavitt, Chris Johns, Mary Mr. Tartar, director, Marilyn Thompson, Knight. Row 3, Carl Garner, Brad Putzier, LoAnn Winward, Patti Dion, Ronnea Gibson, Kevin Jensen, Jay Blau. Row 4, Bart Karen Stephens. Row 2, Meri Lou Walton, Mendenhall, David Thornock, Mike Perry. Marci Scott, Jennifer Mourtisen, Lori Marsh, Verna Palmer, Kurt Leusch. Row 4, Cozette Harrison, Wendy Cloud, Sally Burnham, Bud Pratt, Patti Dion, Mike Perry, Layne Hill, Jerry Hill, Raymond Marnsfield, Tracey Vorse, Norma Killingsworth. Honor Choir members include, Row 1, left to right, Joan Izatt, RaDawn Elsperman, Carl Garner, Patti Dion. Row 2, Lori Barron, Marilyn Thompson, David Thornock, Sylvia Carver. 133 .fi 491' 1-1, Pop's Orchestra is a collection of the main left to right, Marilyn Thompson, Dex Dutson P0 ,S 01-Clflestra orchestras best musicians. Pop's Orchestra Eddie Hanson, Heather Jensen, Kathy Zarth ' P members are front, Troy Colson. Back row, Miss Wilson, director. , P1 Orchestra members include, left to right, Row 2, Susan Robinson, Ronnea Gibson, Velma Ol. hestra 1, Dex Dutson, Pam Colson, Heather Jensen, Palmer, Miss Wilson, director, Amy Helmond, ' ie anson, roy o son, evin ensen. ow e au, aren evens, C Edd H T C I K J R T d N K St 134 Marching Band members are Row 1, left to right, Mark Kroll, Bonnie Friedrichsmeyer, Sonja Maxwell, Tim Yates, Judy Titus, Bill Reed, Barbara Elliot. Row 2, Ken Kroll, Cliff Cannon, Lonnie Hunter, Jeff Limb, Buck Nash, Phillip Sigman, Danny Wyant, Brian Smelcer. Row 3, LaDonna Nash, Arlene Pitts, Sonja Wilkins, Holly Holverson, Brad Smelcer, Tony Rynearson, Billy Fackler. Row 4, Mr. Diener, advisor, Martha Rogers, Judy Wenig, Brenda - A Lane, Sara McConnel, Laurie Jensen, Shelly Zumwalt, Roger Veenstra. Row 5, Kay Wintermote, Cindy Brown, Tracy Werber, Terri Legg, Theresa Gilbert, Colleen Irwin, Rodney l.imb, Kevin Johnson, Don Goslin, drum major Row 6, Katie Bisiaux, Rhonda Gibson, Terri Cyr, JoAnne Frazier, Christine Burress, Linda Smith, Vicki Burt, drum major. Not pictured are, Cindy Rosdahl, Maise Coulter, John Hasbrauch, Genie Hess. V B M arching Band YY, A -:Di --.Ll , , 54-2- Q '-'EI'-. he -1 l .1 '- T ' ' Q.. . V W ' i W.. . - ' 4' A - L-fm ' ' T -..Msg-Biff-we , i ,N ,Q JA 1 Q ., J '55 -- , Q ,I ,. - , , M ,"s,1,'k3.Lf-.. - n A -,lit V, , . ,t V-5 Am 6,7 5 I - - ,I :Lage-.5LM,1. 'mg , , .- V x Ri 'Nga-wha M31 wi-1 . ' ' ., ' -fri.. K. - in 5, -X ,, -. -' " 1...--: ', ' Lf, 'Swv-1gS1i5gaal.sf,j ' " - . - 'G , V ' - J r si---.5 ,. ri t 'H' -'-,.,,.,. , ,- . '- - -. ,,, - - -1 G . in ' '-M",- ' 1 - -rv "5'2'w:-- ,- T'-. ' , '1' ,---e-,pi . ...taa::h '.' "3"""fY:w' -.i.'.,fz52':m.,f,+'t1. w---J'1z..L, , 13 5 D D Honor Band members are front, left to right, Holly Holverson, Barbara Elliot. Second row, Mark Kroll, Brenda Lane, Ken Kroll. Back row, Steve Harshfield, Bonnie Friedrichsmeyer, Rod Limb. 136 Band Officers are, -bottom row, left to right, Rod Limb, historian, Arlene Pitts, librarian, Brad Smelcer, stage manager. Middle row, Barbara Elliot, Cindy Brown, secretary, Mark Kroll. Back row, Don Goslin, president, Marty Rogers, vice-president. l Pep d Pep Band members are, w 1, left to right, Colleen Irwin, Bonn Freidrichsmeyer, Tracey Wer er. Row 2, Barbara Elliot, Shelly Zumwalt, Cindy Brown, Cindy Rosdahl, Brenda Lane, Judy itus. Row 3, LaDonna Nash, Kevi Johnson, Don Goslin, Brad melcer, Sonja Maxwell, Holly Holve son, Arlene Pitts, Sonya Wilkins. Row 4, Phil Sigman, Buck Nash, Je Limb, Lonnie Hunter, Mike Bobbitt, D Vaughan, Tim Yates. Row 5, Bill Fackler, Ken Kroll, Mark Kroll, Rod Limb, and Roger Veenstra. ,rf uc" A Stage Band Stage Band members are front row left to right, Dan Vaughan, Mike Bobbitt. Back row, Brad Smelcer, Barbara Elliot, Arlene Pitts, Dan Wyant, Judy Titus, Marty Rogers, Don Goslin, Frank Diener, director, Bonnie Friedrichsmeyer, Cindy Rosedahl, Ken Kroll, Steve Harshfield, Mark Kroll, Lonnie Hunter. 137 -i Y Pep Club ra X. " Pep Club members are Row 1, left to right, Campbell, Nanci Conrad, Trudy Hyde, Theresa Julie Tucker, Kris Adamson, Theresa Noble, Posey. Row 3, Laurene lVlir1ium, LoAnn secretary, lvlarie Eaton, president, Tina Noble, Winward, Lois Scharde, LeAnn Pierce, Karen vice-president, Sylvia Carver, treasurer. Row Draper, Tammy Hawley, Carol Rutledge. Row 2, Toni LaFordge, Susie Wooley, Trina 4, Tammy Baughman, Julie Nicholls, Mary 138 Lou Walton, Anna Watkins, points chairman, Susie Sheldon, Lori Goodwin, Dawn Pook. Row 5, Judy Rekow, Diane Draper, Stacey Phillips, Dawn Clark, Toni Bowers, Cami 'f Campbell. ., ,- fm- , - - "f. 3'Z"."f .-1 ., Other Pep Club members include, Row 1, Stephanie Parker, DonNeil Tritthart, Kelly Johnson, Karen Doyle, Robin Corn, Shannon Jones. Row 2, Lori Silkwood, Bobbie Sorenson, Kristi Kirkpatrick, Kathy Hodgins, Cindy Snow, Marina Guzman, Valerie Radant. Row 3, Denise Hill, Cindy Draper, Sandi St. Germain, Teresa Bussert, Debbie Chambers, Leslie Gamble, LaNeen lVlacArthur. Row 4, Diana Liedtke, LeAnn Hembree, Nancy Bruner, Patricia Ball, Row 5, Kristy Serratos, Barbara Groves, Madeline Lombard, Tawnee Larson, Dietra Pakkala, Diane Bird, Lois Russell. 139 W. Q ,,. ,iv Nl gg. The Royal Blues Drill Team members are, Row 1, left to right, Cami Campbell, Lois Schrade. Row 3, Theresa Renae Soper, Teri Schmaljohn, Debbie LaNeen lVlacArthur, Alice Bruner, Trina Bussert, Tina Noble, co-captain, Trina ' Wheeler, Leslie Gamble, Debbie Chambers lVlacArthur. Row 2, Dee Dee Nlecham, captain, Campbell, Clfldl' DYHPEY, DGYNSS Hlll, Patil Angie Phillips, Toni Bowers, Susie Woolley, Dion, Toni Pfaff, Lori Sawyer, Nlarie Eaton, Yrs:-. a ' Sv . .H gnafifh A F. 4 ' 1351 "fi e?1"55-1-54'-5-. -,351 wilt ,541 l l i l l -+..,,, , N 0 V ti 4 , xv , U A F 1' 1 I-gg, I , ', l X. 5. Student Council The main objective of the student council this year was to reestablish student government as an active ingredient at E.H.S. Working to establish these goals were student body ofhcers-, front, Jeff Olson, president, left to right, Sylvia Carver secretary, Shelly Jensen, treasurer, Dee Dee lVlecham, secretary of organizations, and Heather Olson, vice-president. Their efforts were geared towards the remodeling of the school's concessions stand and purchase of various pieces of small equipment. V JH . Student Council members are Row 1, left to Rudd, Jordan Mattson, Tammy Hawley, Jeff Elliot, Anna Watkins, Jennifer lVlouritsen, Kurt right, Jeff Olson, Sylvia Carver, Shelly Jensen, Walker, Trudee Shamblin. Row 3, Cliff Cannon, Leusch. Heather Olson. Row 2, John Sowell, Rick Jo Gina Poison, Stacey Phillips, Barbara 141 EHS Drama Thespians and Imagination Unlimited are involved in numerous plays and other dramatic activities throughout the year. The Thespians are the honor club of the drama department. Imagination Unlimited, on the other hand, is open to everyone. The Thespians, at right, left to right are Jennifer lvlourtison, Dawn Pook, Deann Walker, Sylvia Carver, Theresa Noble, Kathy Hodgins. Members of Imagination Unlimited pictured below are front, Kurt Leusch. Row 2, Deann Walker, Jennifer lVlourtison, Anna Watkins, Vonnie Harrison, Anne Nasker, Vicky Brutsman. Row 3, Kathy Hodgins, Theresa Noble, Sylvia Carver, Dawn Pook. ,---1- .W ,frm ' ' f I --me 25- 'Liv' 15.13 "U, lied V YL-I. , ,3, .W .n I! .,p-r I fl' I- F . x,. ' ,.z 1.5. A' 1, r ui'-7' 1 'Ir .leg . 3,1-.,,,..l ' 7' -:Big ,tw , . :Uv ' , " Besides class activities, drama augments thespian knowledge with various projects. For instance, the school hosted the Antique Festival Theatre, earlier in the fall. At a special workshop, the students we taught the art of mime and pantomime by professional actors Ye 3.5 demonstrated below. During a later class activity, students fright! are taught to apply stage makeup. Q: Y 1 4 Future Farmers The Emmett Future Farmers are involved in various activities throughout the year. They compete against other area high schools in club competitions in such activities as tractor driving and cow milking. The class learns in the shop as well as in the classroom about various farming techniques. Their advisor, lVlr. Beckman, has been teaching the class for the past 25 years. The club's ofhcers are pictured at left. treasurer. Row 2, Kevin Nesbitt, vice- From left to right are Belinda Pratt, secretary, Lee Schmelzer, president, Mark Beckman, president, Lon Darnell, points chairman, Tom Lanham, reporter, Eric Nesbitt, sentinel. Ri. iiiii iii. ig 94' ., .3 H172 'L Future Farmer members are, front row, left to Row 2, Carl Johnson, Kevin Coy, Kevin Darnell, Curt Garner, Billy Hale. right, Eric Nesbitt, Belinda Pratt, Nancy Hill, Nesbitt, Troy Walker, Gator Brown, John Roberta Walker, Mark Beckman, Bruce Evans. Heavrin. Row 3, Jim Hill, Rick Aquino, Lon 144 1 gr.- M' N-E .H . H H ' 1 1 -Q I L. F3711 VH' Q, Rodeo Club ' , . if vi? f 4 , ' .15 gli 1 - 1 j i 1 - . Y 1 v va A 4. 5 3 9 ,. ' . 5,2 ,I -. ,N .,L-5 Ro,deogQlub members'are,N'frp.nt rowg Vllqfiifon 1fgmmyf,,'PhiQk,ips, secreiqty. Foimxjtb '- right, Dalefpllgthews, Jl'mvBnjOf1ky' MiehAeIe'. U ,U Ryneiairspnlg Tih1.wRyg1g,arE.ol3,p CQfi'3Qhrj'59Qnf R3iG'K:E jug. N 1 fffg Grant, Sherri Brovxm..Secqnd Pow, 'Debbie A ' Aquinbg Gafy'Mal'I0ri5,RoqkyN XQofiE6!bgLLFQK- .,5' ij6.g4gf'Z, Ramirez, Tegri Johnson, Jackig Bytticcig Kathy .Irgpgg-5gvmaii'vq'.',NpfpfcfturedLgripalqe-4if13:Cgy, Y- ' P f lvloms, SysiE"BigeLqw. Third Qigfpvyy 14 N Rqd, A kQ6p'resentqtigE5 KairinavK1Bry 54gnjg:A.i155'ig,Sz , " ' Gutbirth, vice-presidenfg rootiAn7'footin"-MEX arid DehbT6fBFuner.v 1" " A 'V' ml ,. ,zSiIva, advisory Tra6y H.ei.de'man,'treasurerg - - ' ' ' .A ' " W - 4- ' .. lf' ff - " g L .mmN, mh:,Q, ,,. . 1 . . , . , Q gg-.' -11453 l 1U i. Mike Bobbitt, pictured above, is a new member of the annual staff. He transferred here from Harbor High School in Santa Cruz, California. Nick Oliver, below, was selected for the hrst offense All Conference football team. He was later chosen for the second offense All State team. Awards H The annual staff would like to take this space to show their appreciation to Stan Eckroat, janitor here at E.H.S. He has put in long hours for students and teachers alike sweeping floors, repairing damaged chairs, turning oft ire alarms, and being present when city groups use the high school at night. Jeff Olson, left, was this year's winner of the Century III Leadership Award sponsored by Shell Oil. Fifteen seniors competed for the award based on a test of current events, each contestant also submitted an essay on a problem that the United States will face in its third century. The National Council of Teachers of English CNCTEJ sponsors a J iv- 'Uf H15-I-1-!. contest each year for expository and creative writing. Sylvia Carver, center, was one out of four winners from Idaho. Theresa Noble, right was the local winner of the Veterans of Foreign Wars CVFWD annual Voice of Democracy speech contest. Contestants were required to write a 3 to 5 minute speech on the subject "Why I Care About America." Administration fl f' vu WI? I we Muni ummm 345- L-n 30 Ulf ij l 31 Dedication The 1978 Squaw Butte Saga is dedicated this time to an individual who for the past ten years has literally put the yearbook together. Almost every student has probably had this man as their teacher. He does not think that school should be a place to play, but rather a place to prepare for future life. The yearbook is dedicated to a very deserving teacher, Nlr. Glenn D. Schiller, YII. A new face at Emmett High this year is Principal F. Lee Eisenbarth, left. Other administrators working to coordinate various programs and activities within the district are, left to right, Tony Villanueva, vice- principalg James Kantola, district superintendent of schoolsg and Roy Rummler, assistant superintendent of the Emmett schools. Administration i--,F I V . A School board members are, left to right, Marilyn Rootg Don Elsberryg John lVlason, chairmang Ron Nlorgang Bill Russellg Robert Hartgrove. 4 Clarence Beckman Ag I, II, III, IV Steve Beitia Algebra I, General lVl Wanda Black Girls' P.E. Doris Blume Registrar James Bois English, French I John Brumley Athletic Director Thomas Carlsen Boys' P.E. Genevieve Clark Home Economics Eugene Crum Government 150 L, 0 ,f" G 4 Q ' Pi 1 .5 1 V I ,:,.1. r fi- I. ff We 7- 'EZ' I I Egg N: ,lv 4 Q. fb l tp, 'ran Int' 'mul' E ul-4 112.15-N.. ' Gail Cushman lVl.O., Sociology, Economics, Drill Team Patrick Daniels Algebra I, II Frank Diener Band Alan Echeverria D.E. I, II John Elsberry English I, II Robert Fahringer English II Randa George Literature, Journalism, Annual Joe Good Typing I, General Business, Bookkeeping Sue Gunter World History Lana Hoch Basic Skills Keith Howell Auto I, II, III Lynn Hyslop Biology Kathleen Koskella Counseling Scott Meyers Basic lvlath, Algebra I ,Q 1. sod,-: , 5-'- Es' 1 "ii iff 6. ,.- ,.: - , ' I' .tl ' . 1, Hi. '-' ex., , . v I A 4.1 F ,iz , 'E 1 1 Af, m,,""' 1 , I E Z, in 'if' f ,yew 5 hi I l , . I I 0 A 'Q 1 K L .1 rf f' ,A ,ff ' r J ii rf 1 1 E, M 'X 3 R ,iii 3 'H J , X la :ik 7 223 fi , 5.55. I :YU JL. J 1 11, ill, I 1 4 , I ' .1535 14 ,Y I'-A" - V' . g l ' if . J I, ,,Qzzs,i22g'11gs3:g5, ,, X A ll,l if 1 I. ,-x fn? 1 ' f Biz: .e 41, ...P- ,H :Y Ray Mullins U.S. History Kay Nichols Library Aid Ron Noble U.S. History, Health Jean Nutile English I Dan Pagoaga Earth Science, Biology Melvin Person Sociology, World History Leonard Pratt General Math, Geometry Algebra II 153 Forest Prawitz Welding I, II Wayne Rexford Drafting, Shop I, II Michael Ryals Health Virginia Schoenwald Ofhce Practice, Shorthand, Typing I, II Glen Schiller College Prep English I Drama as Lit Hollis Selders Librarian Alex Silva Chemistry, Physics Joanne Sporleder lVlass lVledia, Drama I, I Mike Steiner Speech, American Short Stories, Science Fiction, Creative Writing 154 .1-'4f.L ' 'vcix l 7- +". - 1"22S?f'i'Ql " it W I A--.-N. MA A. -nj -L ,. 'I' ', , . " ' mi. . , :- 'A' 3 ' "' SJW, . ,, r, : X ,- l. b - x,,,j1.,g 1- M . .. 1 Q1 11 - I lily- ' -Alf?" 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David Tanner Metal Works, Industrial Arts I, II Kenneth Tartar Choir Dalis Thornas Earth Science Dorothy Welberg Crafts, Art I, II Francis White Counseling Nancy Wilson Orchestra Geraldine Yeakle Adult Living, Home Economics l'?,l In the schooI's office are two very dedicated women who are constantly working to further the emciency of the administrative part of education. They are, top, Darlene Holmes, and, bottom, Mary Little, secretaries at E.H,S. 156 ' 1 'J LQIZILIL3 1 :- p l uc-1 i My , . 4.1 F ' l my fl Ugyig req? - tetyp n if ' viwm P M -"t, tif? fftklk ,, -X 'tx l 31122. its-34. Q, " - ' ' 'G ,fc ' t I at ll-- r'p i ive Q , 4 w lj - gil: li 1 l x ' ll V, lg. , l t .,X :Q 1 l I jig . ,i J D . , .' z' 1' ' 41 l Q--A The members of the kitchen staff who cook Dortha Lee, Una Smith, Virginia Joyce lunches for the students are, left to right, Dorothy King, Joyce McPherson. ffm man! HUSKES ,iq 'Y-73-.t ,QF ' Ll The audio-visual aids are often called upon to Carl Garner, and Richard Rains. Bart film school activities such as sports events or Mendenhall and Mike Bobbitt are not class functions. The members of this group pictured. are, left to right, Joe Strang, Doug Walker, Mike Stewart, pictured above, is a member of the janitorial staff for the high school. The rest of the staff is not pictured. They include Dorothy King, Stan Eckroat, Jim Skelton, Leona Hansen, Kelly Skelton, Billy Brown, and Danny Pratt. We Salute All E.H.S. Staff Members The members of the many staffs in the high school all work very hard to keep the school running as smoothly as possible. Whether in the lunchroom, the library, or the olice, these dedicated people are a very important part of life here at E.H.S. The library aids, pictured at lower left, are, Row 1, left to right, Lori lVlarsh, Lori Leavitt, lVlarie Wonder. Row 2, Suzanne Cox, Betty Hurd, Debbie Ramirez, Donna Wallace. Row 3, Julia Graviet, lVleriLou Walton, Gina Frietag, Debbie Bruner, Kathy Rodgers. Row 4, Vicki Watson, Betsy Kinnaman, Lori Barron, Carrie Walker, Stacey Vaughn. The office aids, lower right, are, Row 1, Karen To " ' "' fwfr' m'mue,,'z'.-:,.-1-"f.ii.:1.1 gf? ' . Bruner, Toni Pfaff, Cheryl Barrett, Lois Schrade. Row 2, LeAnn Hembree, Trudy Hyde, Alice Bruner, Judy Lair, Susy Sheldon. Not pictured are Anna Watkins, Angie Beckley, Lorie Sawyer. In view of our failure to get a picture of the janitorial staff in its entirety, we, the members of the annual staff, award ourselves a boobie prize. Four times we tried to get the picture without avail. We got all the janitors together, but we had the camera set incorrectly once and another time we forgot to put film in the camera. At any rate, we apologize and we can only hope to do better next year. 157 'Y J l Sw? . ,,. rf' :H sm.. A , -,rf , . , ' if .fl 7,1 'K V S i ,ffm-it ,, A: , "' 'H I v' . . 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