Mount Rainier High School - Tor Yearbook (Des Moines, WA)

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i Q i 10 Faculty and Academics! 48a Fall! 64a Winter! 80a Spring! 96a Organizations! 118 Sophomores! 136 Juniors! 154 Seniors l x I Q4 q 1.2: din: r mm.11w,X .wa,,f,, 1 8161101 Lunioii 3 91 3 5-0- "1 2. 2 CT: 7 :r UE' :r C0 F5 Z' G O li your sap 'SGU UM uo18uiqs Awaken Understand ' tnejpower Of yw n i i I I r Then - look beyond yourself for it is there that you may find peace Q- a There - amidst others - strangers and friends share their joys walk their pathways open your minds to the experience of new ideas QJFP-sf . .:1,,,, v- if sw f Si A 3 I: iemw 1 Nm: S I, E' we .J M 'R in Q M vi? 9 is YZ n f Q Maw f , ,741 1 ,dlmf ff ff If ,,, A .W , 1 3' 1 F5 - ,ll , ' 1' f X f 'my Zk vff' 'f' .. A . 45:15, 'Qi ' . i ,QM,,1545 , f, 1 5- my .- , I 'M 1- --1 4- 5 . mf, V . -. A ff 1 .Q I- ggijgi-gifgggzi-LW .5 K, ,,uQ,fbx7fMXf,g:gL21: f .kii My .- W-V, -' J'n.u.., f L.-1 - X- kbWsiiQ'11,:'..-i'-biw :M X N, ,xigaggggaafiif-1. '1 ' lil L' 3' a f F' -af va ay V Vy V ' f . 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Aw J xx A f Q ,- , J ,,: x.. wg ,Mfg ,SV V, mf . , -- .e...f.w , X--, N ,iwewri f 5. QM, ,sy N, ,-, -..k i .,'e 4 .40 X x M! V, , 5 if 4 Ip, .,15,,, H LA 3. A ,Q x f Qqf. . -an fs 1 . '11 fl U 1 ' nf ' s lair . 55 within you and without you - for you and because of you and because of us ,gi 5' 3 1 -W--up I U 'T FACULTY AND ACADEMICS INFORMAL BUT EFFECTIVE Two new administrators join staff Principal Donald Hedwall has been taking a personal interest in people at Mt. Rainier for five years. He has strived to create an informal but educational atmosphere between students a nd teachers. He was assisted by three vice principals. Mr. McKay18b, at Mt. Rainier since its opening, spends his time seeing all is in order on campus. Miss Garrison C25 has become a familiar face at all school activities, since she came to us after seventeen years at Evergreen and some time on the faculties of two Washington colleges. Faced with the major task of keeping the activity office running smoothly, Mr. Gordon C97 is the other new face at Rainier. He spent twelve years at Glacier and, now here, is responsible for co-ordinating activities. N 2. . .t , 4 mi N an as as iff iggigni: 1 V ieqil-:Ig-a1ffJ.ae,a 544. g., ' 5 9 sfmf..gw'FW ' , ,Qi ,flew i 5- as-ss 5953 .Mfr 'fi -L ,- .1 .fw i . . ' A-Q4 ' it the-.lr :wire ,i ,Q 9 ,,,. ,tag 'hc- zif .iii - ' .kia 3 JN X . Q 9 gif ss., ""'--.IWNJ of ,LLk I 'ei .i P F ' N 3 'Ci' A A sig Q13 Principal Donald Hedwall and head secretary, Marie Moshier, who is always busy in charge of the main office. F 1 4 Q 96 ,Q is 13!administration: office C33 Mrs. Joyce Wren, working hard as main office secretary. Q43 Mrs. Jo Sturm, in charge of the sometimes hectic attendance office. Q55 Mrs. Bonnie Ruegsegger runs all the office machines. Q63 Mrs. Forslund, in "the cage", is in charge of money matters. C73 The immortal time clock reigns over the attendance office as Charlie Oberlander and Sue Harris wait their turn. Q15 Mrs. Picard, school nurse for Mt. Rainer, Pacific, and Midway, is amply supplied with bandages, thermometers, and safety pins to help with any emergency, C25 Mrs. Kemp is always ready, wil- ling, and waiting with college and other information for helping MudentsinthefunheranceofthmreducaUon.C3JMrs.Repphas been consistent through the past ten years in lending a helping handinboththecounsehngandaUendanceofhcesf4JDebbm McConnEkandRmkAHEonawahacomemncewhhthmr counsdors 14!counseIing '46--M L us, fx1rft",, , M, G ,-1' Q 'V X gaffalliig 2 ' It-yvann W. if 5 .4 Wi' i,. 5 i q Q -f -t i . -- 1FrQd Qalomon a Cliffvan as STUDENTS RECEIVE GOOD ADVICE Cou nselors help and insp i re The counseling office is perhaps the busiest office in the school. It is here that members of the administration and students meet to work out personal and academic problems. That this office is so busy is a compliment to counselors, who have always tried to create a free and informal atmosphere so that each student will be en- I couraged to seek guidance at any time. As the newest addition to the staff, Mrs. Trudy Curo added even more depth to the abilities of the counselors. The past two years produced quite a change of atmosphere for her. She left Olympic Junior High after counseling there for four years to teach and live in Australia. Nlrs. Cu ro has since returned to the United States and to the Highline District. tts' 15!counseling COOKS AND CUSTODIANS Maintain students and campus -- " " 16! k d t d Jan t MgW . 'L 3 f, X' nv. Nhl Mary Bradley Todd Foster, head custodian, spends his schoolwork day with general maintenance, repair, and picking up after MR's students and faculty. ln the kitchen, head cook Mrs. Morgan makes sure that each of about 600 lunches per day are hot and well balanced. 17fcooks and custodians VVS YOUR FUTURE New 0SCenter launched At 8:00, when most students are in first period, the occupation skills students hop on a bus and head for the new center. The main building includes all the programs and the resource center, except for the marine technology, located at Seahurst County Park. Both are in use for the first time. For three hours a day the students experience learning in an "on-the-job" atmosphere. After graduation, they are directed toward further training or helped with job placement. Xirv- ' C15 Wendy Whetsell checks her work before continuing her clothing project. Q23 Walt Crahan studies the water as fellow students get ready to lower a boat. C35 Lisa Ellis keeps her eraser handy as she works in visual communications. C45 Stroke! Greg Noonan encourages Mark Johnson, number one man on the oars. 18!O.S. l ,, ,-,I , wj .,.,, hi,aeef w ! f ,mmjx .. K rwwwfwr 'Mkt' p' so ' Y ,li, iseige g,gWM,w, MMMN ,swvaa-MMM , WM, A-,QQBWQHW . X Y V Viv , ,M "' ' C. f ff ff, ,,,,, , ' ff 5 -2, M, .,. N M ,V I - M W, 17 Q' ' I K N ,N-5 - i --- f 1,,,,, j K K .. ,.. ,Af gt A . V, ---k ,zk..,.1srd1w ""'S"' ggg.q..,,. Q," , , "V 'sb H f .,....,Q,.5: ,.-Ry--NN, L, 4 V N qs..-A , .A ,, A i my ..-. A .... --' M M M M --'- . A ,M ' WT.-if?-if A "'M-M 'MW' H'-L .. ,,,,'-af... .,.-..' ,. .,. . ...V ' '- - I rw ' ,,., ' mi ' . . 'NJ ik-wi-Lglif' f,4,. "-""N' A 'L ' A K ' K - X- VM ,....Z --Q.. ff: ' - .EfQ,5W,,..- .,,,iI.I:WLw, ..,. , , QL. W H I ., .. , kkl. ww- A A ,M :xx QM u - . www - A T'N'19""-"- V - -M M .f...f'- W V- N' w-A ...M Warm- --M - ...tw A . V , , - 'Y' . .. ' ww-v.-f""'7 ' W' .. x ' ' . W- ' - .. ' , ,A i'...A. A -f ,QW - 1 .. A -- WM W ,, ,. .M ,X - H Y A - . ..Ax vxx: .N W. ,,, ,-N...., .--1,...W . .Nw 4-. N f-:Rf A -,-..W-- Mm-aff A- . ' 'N'-,r:7SNfb' NM ML -4vm- 4 N.. ,-nn.."'v"'f ANN.. ....-f. -vw-mv 'M' SHWRS .uf-f ,-.. .. V """ . -N .. K. , 'fax 7 H 9:-Q1'3i'L ' ' -- Q N Af Ak.. 19fO.S.C. The visual communications class develops the uses of new techniques in such areas as photography, television, and the production of printed materials. Commercial clothing offers experience in production, care design, and profit for the student interested in the clothing industry. The foods class practices on other students as they operate a mock restaurant during lunch to develop skills. The plastics program emphasizes production, tooling, and finishing. Marine technology classes start from scratch as they learn basic seamanship. Medical assistants train during class and in a clinic. L .gy A. ,, ,t,,.,t ,,,,, . . t Q, f L 4. 4.1, M. fy: ,,f., vff',- i ,. ,V r 41 wiii v :Af ff A yt A2124 it it - ,,...,4 . ,ge - tr F f " ' t r ' ,W ef , ,V i . . ,tg 'iii-KWH, it .fit 5 tix: it .li , . . hu, C13 Gary Lamp and Kevin Fish gang up on one of their plastics projects. C29 Joni Hammond and class listen to last minute instruction before preparing lunch. C35 Mike Hurley. the winner, boasts the first sliced finger. Q49 Sheryl Fox concentrates on typing a medical form. 2O!O.S.C. R t My MH: F U W .ff V ' .V V' . I Q sr- V aB A. ...XX Y QZ?tfl"', ' ., 1 1' . ' lg, V. , . . Zi' ', V ,V fi f i 8? Q HY "Q VA ' - ' -wfftg zgf ,pf 2 V .9 K gm , L, ,ig A 4? QQ 2 L-, - fx , ,RFP 5 ,ww N. 4 M-rw f'.z.' Y' K Pi. 21!O.S.C. .W Q. , ,W ,M I ,pf Jerry Curtin discovers , when teaching others. TUTORING PROVES A CHALLENGE Reading center for all ages This year the reading program expanded to form a new Reading Center. Now, with this expansion, students from Midway, Pacific, and Mt. Rainier participate jointly in the program. Mt. Rainier partici- pation also includes many students who become tutors and work on a one-to-one basis with other students. The main purpose of the new center is to involve students who might benefit from diagnostic testing, tutoring, and small group instruction. This is done in comprehension, skills, and reading in the subject matter areas. The Reading Center, located at Pacific, is operating on a full-time basis under the direction of Mr. Floyd Hutton and Mrs. Gail Husen. With their help and the help of the student-tutors the new center has become a successful teaching program. ax. V ---up. -, 'rt W My 8 - -FV? v 1 in. .. , , .,,, ,., , ef, .i, N- . T if i ,Sail Huesfgtf-tj. 'ia W 'ef tw, k . 4 ra. QT -f,....f , A 2' ,ff 1 , H ' 0 5. gui. . v,. 1,-,f,., .ua ,' v. 1,-, . ml ,W -,!,9,.,. '-., .a b4w, 1 ., Qi. ',,?,9,'n., ,.-A 5. ,xg ,,g,,'.., , iw, V,.,, Q. '-.j+,mg1,f.,,, 1 . ., ,. 2. ,, " 4' .""oi'.'1 '. v' Q' ..o,ov,p"' . ..,,p 1 , 1 1 im . W '- '.1f:I ' :viii . ,,,, . .',, i, 'X .vva - was A ? W Q-. W I . . ---W-+ve ' 1, ' L, ' j ieii' ' ' ' W - ' ' ' it it 1 1 ' 11 3 Z Z E, V " ' mfr' .,,. ,, A ,V i V. E . .3 1 f ,it' V ' V . Greg Tutino's teaching yields an enthusiastic response. i f sw 'Qi w H R M T f , jfQ.,Q" 232 , , .., ,. f R mam . Q I .- f MV K K 'Wil' ., W- x g M T .. . . if R . "ij s - 3 ' if -fvi V J' gf' , R V 4 qi, 1, l 1 T1 if t V f 4 K 2. . .." i 1 A V 'Q 5 ' . .3 ,Vi K Wm ig .V Q V in W, A X 4 Liv' . 1 iff' , A ' i 3 'AM 1 ga. M 2 X' I ' I 1 M I ii A KA W! 1- fm- 'wtmiui that patience helps 22!readi'ng In arnold Bernargglg Ann Mount M . Pts., Aww . it S A '14-,mga es sw 2.4 fi? , SE sv. FJ -Q L, pm: ,mwawl 23!resources CLOSED CIRCUIT T.V. Visual aids help in learning Resources for teaching and learning are forever changing. New ways and information are always coming about. New books are written, old ones revised and changed. New, modern equip- ment, such as CC television, is used to bring drama to an English class, and the past to a history class. And the desert or moon comes to a science class through films, filmstrips, slides, and tapes. Another change in the resource area is Mrs. Arnold's teaching assistance room where students who are having trouble go to get help. There, a variety of books and other materials are within easy reach for students to use in catching up to and passing areas in which they have had problems. Jim Polhamus concentrates on one of his many duties as an A.V. man. DA VI NCI'S COIVIPETITORS lmagination works in arts and crafts "lt gives you a chance to get away from it all," or "lt lets you relax while you let your imagination go", were reactions to this year's arts and crafts classes. Regardless of what type of art you liked, there was always some kind of class offered to interest you. Slabs, coils and pinching were some methods students used to make A-ei ,wwgmi we--Qefgi , i-.g . he animals, pots and other things. The potter's wheel was used for a different effect with the pots. Besides ceramics, there were five classes of crafts, and a variety of different art classes. Uhr fa . f. "Jail ' C15 Sculpturing is something you don't jump into, Here Kathy Ruiz is trying to imagine her dream sculpture, while Shelly Henry and Celia Grandon talk over their possibilities. C23 In a maze of bottle-creations from craft classes, Charlene Mahoney applies wheat paste for the texture on her candle holders. C35 Sue Haase tries to bring out the same three dimensional effect in her drawing as people do in commercial art and sculpturing, 24!arts and crafts S rn K Efgxi T ,EQ qw i L , V L Eugen a- ore , R 25!arts and crafts 5 A 4 51? vw-2 s .1 'P 2 :IL 35 1 X i nik ,QA ,XX NX. 3 K. "Mm Z 'A 2, A . M I f fi' x , 'K 3, -f H A ,H, 1. ,L 5 . ' V E vw fav' E, Wi lv it Q13 Don McKiIIop runs the Student Store which operates before school and during lunch. C25 Mollie Mahon clicks away. C35 Denise Mahoney practices her keyboard skills in office machines class. 26!business, distributive education - vfiw ., 'ttfqgym ,,.4 - ' 1 '. -"L -Xe' M ,wiv 9 is i f: Z H! .'Q .f ,ssl Q '2" 1925 Iw- iff ' .. T V ight swf-,f-.1,,,1.fe, -ff L - ,,,,f., ,. . ,- ,, W f, . V, lf, if 5 ,-1- .. 1, ew.. .Lf f, any-15, ,,f A ...mg-.5 ,K ze., ,, f, .. fy , --,, ,V fff, ,,,' - w,,f1,f M., W ai . , . g1.' r v,.L' imdgjvwigg J W if ,leg I X4 ' C2 K at H 1 f TJ ,via 3212 T' ,gig Rf .ng A v ' '--"- vig 1 11 ith ,L ff Q, f .. w s. lfgfiej ri-5 f WU 3 1 , 'target W Ny 5 'MQ i 4 .,- G 5 it Q Y ,egg A , Q M , is 1 , , cg , Y M ,at a 3' ghglf- A if Xf . q 1,rr"f?g?, Mft' K 'Vail i ii- M 2 'I 5 sy C ggi? gg? lv 3 l Q lag, S 4 Q. Y , f Q 1 W Li. ay 3 if an 59 lag! , fifffx Knilefv M ci 4 J ,L M, T ,A M ,wir , 1 , Q JJ ,, I t ,?1,l do xi W 1 fr 5 of wir, 4 4:43 ' za ' jf: J Q35 ,,.v. . .. 11,,L,x , . . ,rw is, k,,,,. J, i ,, , it .,. f,,,f M f V. ,wg ,. 2 ,,fk ,,,WP,,a, ,,,,G, ,if , ' f I ., ff- 1,,rw.,H',A- 5, I ,. l, - . '-it ' 1 ' C . 5? ., Z V E , FLYING FINGERS Students get taste of business world Thousands of frantic fingers struggled through Typing l and ll again this year, but Rainier's Business Education Department offers a wide variety of classes in addition to the more common subjects of typing, shorthand, and accounting. Students in Nlr. Hill's Business Law classes took field trips to King County Courthouses and held their own mock trials. One of the most interesting classes offered is Distributive Education, more commonly known as D.E. lt is a member of the national club D.E.C.A., and although many students don't realize it, D.E. is probably the most active student organization in our school. Besides running the student store and sponsoring the annual Senior Breakfast, it was involved in many fund-raising and community-centered projects. All of the students also have part-time jobs and get job training in the class and on the job. af . : fa . A H555 I if i 5 M.. Q J , is 3 it X tg X G 'E gi it Xa x .6 if 2 .. 1'GeorgeN raining W K' 'K iw W mfg- ,VW eg' aff! Bm yi ,zij-.fy yn ,, .'l"'k . -.-,,1, H1 ,' 2 ft F if i K f l 2 ,, .-JH B4 Q 5 .',:,'-3:15 ,gy 4,5-3' -ff if ,fm ' ffl gf f ,. ,, g L , ""I:e.y N 27!business 81 distributive education ns., fm A 151 ' . ' WU? -, A fgm. ,251 . X SQ Q N5 XX 4 t 1. W 1 S U 1+ was-... ft l wvaill. 0-IIN ,915-.,t zf ' , 1 N 1 5 wb qw 51 X K it Q Q Afla- JFI.. f-, ,L ,, Q , -2. - J fri J ' Elizabeth Albrecht Louis Fagnan Robert Kelly Pamela Schilz Joyce Becker Mike Fuller Joe McKamey Barbara Starbird Y' , 1 ,V W - QQ ff , if sy :ag 5 11- --1 Melvin Command Judith Haig Joseph O'Brien Frances Van Aalst 28!EngIish W 29!English WORDS UNLIMITED Enthusiasm sparks a new "learning experience Since last year, the English department has brought in two teachers. Pamela Schilz came in to take on American literature for Nlrs. Thomas and Lou Fagnan came to us second semester last year to lead writing and the RAlVl'S HORN. They make up just part of a staff which is already alive with new ideas and a variety of classes in which to express them. There are now twenty-seven quarter and semester classes in the English curriculum. The students can choose courses in such areas as literature, communications, publications, and drama. lt is this type of enthusiasm in teaching that gets students interested in English as a subject to be learned and enjoyed. C11 Beverly Forslof, head of the English department. C23 Mr. Fuller watches as his drama class prepares for a performance of the play "Poom." if: Jw -wed gif 'YQ ist? : gi if if t-rf" Q19 Bert Hintz, Marlene Westfall, and Kathy Svinth are preparing a news layout. C23 Beth Jovanovich and Nancy Ehle crop pictures for the annual. C35 Students in group discussion learn to relate to a topic and to each other. C43 Kevin Moeller is in a tough debate with Bonnie Brownell and Janet Remmereid ready to support him. Y 3O!EngIish f ' mw ,pvf Fly' T it gh ix-: .,.t, ,pg k..X J:V.L- , 5 -gi. .Img we Mew ey GETTING IT TOGETHER Expressing our language Drama, debate, and publications are the most noticably active segments of the English program. Mr. Fuller, Mr. McKamey, Mr. Fagnan, and Mrs. Paulsen have the task of getting the students ready for performances, matches and deadlines. Drama started the year with Mr. Fuller directing a performance of the comedy play "Poom," which was very successful and brought in a full house the final evening. Debate or contest speaking focused on the issue of federal support of public schools. For debates, Mr. McKamey had powerful orators such as Kevin Moeller and Bonnie Brownell. Mr. Fagnan was given the task of working with the students to uphold the tradition of excellenceinjournalism at Mt. Rainier. During any day, the news staff could be found hard at work writing articles, getting pictures, and making layouts for the RAM'S HORN. Portable two got hectic as the annual staff prepared to meet deadlines. Co- editors Beth Peterson and Beth Jovanovich headed the staff with the help of Mrs. Paulsen. 31!English PLAN ON TRAVELI NG? Look into Nlt. Rainier foreign language program Four main languages are offered at lVlt. Rainier: French, Spanish, German or Russian. The people who take these cou rses do so for many different reasons: some plan on moving to a different countryg some plan on travelingg others simply take A it because theythinkit's required. For those who plan on traveling through France, Traveler's French was offered. People who took this course are now able to read and understand road signs, maps and simple conversation in France. 3 Sli' ' ' f-,sg I. 3' i 5 l l l A Z E 1 f lfi -3 xg, fix M 3 if wf' 72 F 13 vm Fi 'vi I . .4 C13 Mrs. Suzanne Towery one of the German teachers, also advises the Foreign Exchange Club. Below she is getting drenched at one of their car washes, held to raise money to bring foreign students to Mt. Rainier. Q27 Marc Cockrell French student practices his vocabulary by presenting a skit Q35 German students find that after working with verbs adjective endings cases sentence structure plurals and articles VARIETY SEWN TOGETHER A new pattern discovered Students go from muffins to gourmet cooking, from an apron to a tailored jacket. These are varying stages in the home economics program. This program is such that students can go from beginning, to intermediate, to advanced. This can be done in cookingg like the type Karen Moen is checking on C153 sewing as demonstrated by Debbie Springer in C41 Skills can also be learned and improved upon in special fields of crochet and knit, and stretch sewing. These new additions to the program give students a taste of both the traditional and the new. They also give students a more interesting choice and variety of classes. Bachelor's home economics also adds to the variety of the program. It is in this class that boys make their first attempts at cooking and sewing such as those shown by Tom Reagan and Chuck Leatherman in C25 and 133. Nlost results are favorable, and the boys come out having better skills and a better appreciation of home economics. , Q ti .ami tl .+.....,. ,ss .... it 1 Z h-1... ,.., 34!home ec. A .9 11 ,W 1 ,, Q, , , ,,,, . ,W J , W gig!--.yvy l tl v 4, L rrp X5 ai' .l ti 5 1 S 4 Q- . elna . r X my :,Wwmww-Qvsvmvu .MM-W-.-1.-n....---f K 1 ' 5 ynpwf- A 4 L Q 1. W R 'M . 73+ , V , . Xia-,, ii -Pi m ? X t ,,,,L Z M, v A '3 . ' Y, i, rziw nf' fm.. 4' Ar 1 W. , Y' 35fn0me ec. Marilyn Willems Jean Young ,Iii uur X 'jk M J f ki' mpkh' , 1 . Q g5g3!'f-V ' wif 5 , . Q' 4"' ' M - W - A A ' . ,QL gf 9- 4 , V, , v,. f ,, ' 5" - , ",, f' V " -- , A... My W V. f 36!igdustriaI art's . , 4 wE4,fw,, , . 4, , Q 5 I ,fl o IF I HAD A HAMMER. .. ..l'd hammer in shop Learn: What makes a car run? Apply: Make your car run. Despair: Fail to make your car run. MR's industrial art's program offers many technical skills and exploratory Courses to prepare students for more advanced college courses or reveal to them the vocational side of industrial arts. Part of wood shop this year was devoted to the mass production of jewelry boxes using assembly line techniques. This provided students with a real life situation of procedures used in a small furniture factory. To improve the learning process on an all-around basis, an effort is being made to combine wood, metal and auto shops into one main unit, enabling students to rove freely between the different facilities. Dennis Bishoff Jack Bonathon i I Russel Carlsen Gerald Osman ILS :'Is': -N l 1.24.3 Ron Abramson Marian Berdan Frank Clement Ernest Ehinger Rosalie Farris George Greene Kenneth Kimmel Adele Lin.Qe. David Price Walter Raney Ray Uku ra Gil Wieger Nick Arment is working with "Ozzie", the computer. Br if A 2 W H 51 Jw vi ---t .G " .,,, M l .. N,,, , ii Q2 bg. at U 1, 4 HY, , THE TIIVIETESTED COURSES Math and science change Passing time brings changes even in such courses as physics and chemistry where they now combine math with science. Some students take the new math 451 class where they lea rn what a goolgol is or how to make an octahedron or a rhombicosidodecahedron. Others learn the principles of computers and even run some programs. A semester course in anthropology, taught by Mrs. Lince, is another new offering in the natural science courses, which include the traditional botany and biology. I A 1? 5. it E 2 , .Lf i "ff 60 Cr Q Ze 5 Se Ee Qigngg,,,,,53-,sie -i- l iz 1 Mg cf :rt foncemrcnons ir W rr 'rw' r '-' Stull il 9 mmm., Miss Berdan, science department chairman, cautions, "We'II blow up the room at the end of the year, until then. . .cool it." 39!math, science a . , Q. W Y Q s, .f., x Q, .1-. ws, 5 9.4, 5, 2 burly .. yy,-. .X-' -1645 T" Vs ,V :Ein-.634 X H? QALN 1' Af K .Q ,. 31- ,K K, N. Q ' rap , 3 11, iv 41 1, V ., 4 :W n . , N:'5v,,Q 4 l.x1Ia.nnrrqA.n.xgzvlr:1u:s'r11v13-'i ilfn .av 1 Z lk 2 ' -4 I x 4' , SMOOTH AND FAST Ram band keeps in step Concerts and precision marching mark the coming of Mark VanGasken's band. lVIr. as he is commonly called, keeps busy instructing his sometimes over-enthusiastic group of eighty-two. From Fail to Spring, the band enthusiastically performs for audiences both public and private. 41!music Mr. Van Gasken directs fight song at homecoming '34 . :fi ,Q 5 I '7 'Z I .tw Rus! f .M :kk LJ I 24 iv-, -.VY t 5-M Q, M f 33131 x, . gg,-1 Q .W ,. 'AQ' nik' ' lf? .f via t fl' I ONE WAY OR ANOTHER They got it all together The orchestra, led by Chris Convers CLEFTD, stage band CBELOWJ and the Khandoniunsingers QLOWER LEFTJ all play an important part in the entertainment, spirit, and representation of Mt. Rainier High. The music department sold their music for the first time this year to buy much-needed equipment. gs-h . X L , , is ' K o We O J .ty yy ff 3 4 O ' fi' 4 Q is it 2 ,kky ,ff A 'w ',,- iw" ., V , 35 - '- N' "' I g sl 1' v-V f ' fa ,',. 7 Fwflf A' 0J,Ji f4':v,j jaw, 1 4 f ,' 441, -0 fu , X-'f X f,.,.e W . ,rm Y JMJQ M Q i A .. in 5 ,Vik .M.!?:LxK 2 " 55,1 'W 'U P 'Y v"Q ', . , 'Qf5'v:F' . vgnliu EVN In 5, 917441, I A ,Y ,..,. I h, u r-po! ",,..k , vu: I 'W wi 1 6 A" IW' rr wa, L 5 diff, 1 I ',' , of ' Q, .. t'i X . I 1 l -xy,-, 4 Q-, .1 1: 11 Q ' vu 5,55 ' iQiQg'?Fii?" ' fn .,",f 'f ' fn' -elif --3 39 . ki, ! q- . 59, ,.,,,,,rff+?'.4 X Wi' 5 ? ff ff fl' 'T N ? s V ' ' - I, 1 +h"',a. .kqv 4 . 1 , 1 N 5 5 A ffl - 1' ,QYIEJ 5 'M-F' 1' 9- --'. Yffr- "JW X , 1 ,. - ,Vixgii-.,.,.,- ' 5 . N , X 4413 'ff Qr'5"f?"s' wwf ' ,ff .14 .?"'-fffyff? fs W "b5?'t . . I 52,4 YE?-fi' QA VV f ' wg 4, "' :'l, ,, W 5 4 w Q- .f ff- ff5'i4,"5"f 0 f7w'1?"f +I'1?iw ' 5- f 7 f 1- !.!Wf.'f 4 ffm' Q Ag l X, in 0, fV??1 , A digg: .' A ' . l "0 . 4 6 Y ' M' 4 - f., 'y 4 "'f ffm. . W' .- 42. '-2, L ,Q .U f M. .gif fignf' uf f vu., 'r ,sa 'J w5 "4 wwf-4'4a'52 49' '93 1.3, , Iva, -x A . Vigil ? K 'K .,, ray 51' 'f"'5 A 11 ,A-if ,.k?,,, ,X 4 ww , w. at 'ff if .. n x- ,"5qLn f I A14 K Seventy-two people standing under a tree, having leaf fights and singing AGNUS DEI. SWINGI NG The choir does its thing in seventy-th ree 5- i yr ' 2 if ,, y .Z N, 2, , 'L -Mg 4 , . ,, Robert Cuffel 45!music lt's not all play, however. Ear-training, theory, chord construction, and an A for the semester are not easy to come by. 4 it W .fri ,,lz4,gg.'iW'f if 1 Mgwi, ,, -, V' . rf . ff D .M ' ' f+?.' 27" fs ie',.,, Qyuggf, 3 Y' Richard Brenneman Jerry Dotson George Hammond Jim Kennett Judy Nordyke Irma Stallings if Yi .Qt ,f . ' X Q. its x E5 FF vm-9 . ..,,.i. i. . . at ttttt ittt it -uni' cel x V ..4f.l"1i,f M5 f 7 ...... i - was . CO-ED OR NOT Choose your sport, any sport Do you prefer golf rather than volleyball, drill team instead of tennis, a co-ed program instead of the same old thing? This year, those were some of the changes that took place in the physical education department. Students had their choice of a variety of sports, rather than junior and sophomore classes. Co-ed P.E. classes were started also, which proved a lot more fun for the students involved. Juniors vvere still required to take health for a semester, but it was offered co-ed also, if preferred. The course emphasized personality development, family relations, mental health,sex education, and drug study. lx! V T 'Figs Brian Gjersee and Jeff Dallen playing soccer in their P.E. class. Miss Stallings' health class getting ready to run in place for their pulse count. 47!health: P.E. SPEAK OUT Elections spur student interest Political opinions were expressed in open discussions by such candidates for public office as Representative Paul Barden and Republican Jack Cunningham. These discussions were side effects partially resulting from the American Political Parties class, new to sophomores this year. The class prepares students for forthcoming elections, introducing them to issues and va rying political ideas. This class was especially useful this year as many 18 year olds were eligible to vote. 9 44 3 , .1 l" .. ,.,,, g -4 fy "i' i t , ,yil f gwygi 48!history aw-s .ii ,L . ,i a , ll During a fiery discussion Mr. Glennon enjoys getting his point across although sometimes he has second thoughts. ,u 4.' zfnrgf. 1 . , -4- i X if N avg- v I ,V A . - . . . , , , , ,Q ' 'f , ,Q " . ,..,, W. . , KL A .fr 1' - . W -- U ' pw 4. . y T .4' -Q., -,Vg '. X '- A - , ff f-ny' -X. "'-"Q 'wg' ,., ,,34S1,' 'nl 1 k' . . . W, ,,-,'.s K v . . , ,Lb Q 1 2 , I . J - " if HV. . B . .w . . f- f"., ',-fr. V' "' ' , ifkf " - 1 3 V 4'v J Y ,',V,7:f' .4 r x , , ,- " -Ja- ' K, ' 'lj' I N 'R ' ,773f'7'v.ahe4,f1 gh 'yfv ,yr s, , , , , , 5. J, V. ' 1- 5 "1 f." V . ., V32 TIM M. "W-l.,. ' 7 f -, X 'A A 7-A xx, ,4 ,. s '1 -. 1 'vw ' Y f .. my . J ,xv U V, 'M , f'-,mi , ' iff? HQ -W, ffl L xg..-f,,f. ,f ff ,xf N-, X 531 'Q ,M I cf' 'ah' I 5 . ' 1 , , f . , ff- 1"-' . A 5 r , U 4. 'A 4 ff . Sw if ,, -. g , 1 56 x K I 1 .ll ra! 2' v .,: -' g Q wwf W I 555324, it 'M F. bfi n gx K XX Q1J.JuIie Moller and Gwen Van Hout enact the skit "The Boobsey Twins." Q23 Brian Gjersee imitates the talent of a Kentridge Charger. C33 Miss Becker looks jealously on as Mr. Carlson gives Ajax a big smooch on the lips. Q43 Jon Howard conversing about next move, with Coach Ringenbach. q , xi 35,5 , IVIEMORABLE MOMENTS Remind of "Days Gone By" Looking back on "Days Gone By" we find returning seniors, an embarrassed ram, a lost football game, and the traditional Homecoming Dance complete with queen and princesses. Weeks of preparation went into the making of this year's Homecoming assembly. Invitations were sent out: a reception was prepared: decorations were made: skits, and a fashion show were ingeniously put together: the ram was ready to get kissed: and preparations for the crowning of the queen herself were made. The game was played against Kentridge, who turned out to be hotter than the sun during the long afternoon game. Oct. 7. The final score was 19 to 7, in favor of Kentridge. That evening's Homecoming Dance, with music provided by "Stillwater," helped to sooth and lift the spirits dropped during the game. ,ffisf' 1 , gg N is ' Mastiff! 49!homecoming ,,,,f,m.w, " nf" 5? gpm, K M3 A my f M Q4 gg ,W-M lu-lug ",,,4,,- l" fa rgvf 1' j r"'f ll ar E - - ',:, A' f V 4 i vt , -5 4 J, an A i Marian 5O!homecoming if X j ' f if Nw s-,f.1t.S.xU?t f F f r if ' t it ,. V, You Senior princesses LeAnn Dahl and Kris Dickman enjoy the sun and fun of "Days Gone By" in one of the antique cars provided for the occassion. Claudia Koeppler, junior princess and Julie Holdaas, sophomore princess. awaitthe queens coronation with escorts Steve Wog and Jerry Hawkins. , , 4 1. Q. 'Wm 'Q , 4 A . . gg, i 5 Nvhl Li H, N :M -Y ' 'W' f L 3aQu,y' 0, ,, ,,,,, , 4' L, 52!footbaIl c , w Wg f ' ww M ,M - ' " , at .:,vrf1mz,,Lagg: , V - I, P nf: ,, MA" 'Y W H Q-c'wfIl'?' ' W RAIVIS TASTE VICTORY Rainier rallies to best season ever X,--P 'lm rig! Q13 Quarterback Lee Braach eludes another tackler. Q29 Big Wang of the year, senior Mike Huttenlocker doesn't go down easy and is one of many superior running backs for the Rams. C33 Senior Jim Miller earned a fine reputation for his kicking. C43 Senior Halfback Dennis Bort plows through tacklers. His speed and power made him the Ram's leading rusher and one of the best runners in the conference. Q55 Happy faces show another victory, 53!football W. gui" . 1 Www - A+- N.. . . .mb " K K Y . -iblglgi " ,,,Q.1sxm- , . , ' I WM y - - K iw,,,1vff1l'.n'P-553 Q, I ,f 'Q a- wwf. WL-Q5"S.Q -yy 5 T 1 ' , 55 I:kQ?NN 'l!'t - .- Y i . . . 5 . . ,.- 1-1 EM ,Q k-wiki? wk My -, g if L X -- A ysx yi N Q -' -W 9 ' Q 'X ff """'A , B .. I Y A . Q1 ,A-ff" 5,3 145 1 mmlwmn -K H 3 K7 C1hJunior split end Jerry Breed lives to catch passes. Q25 Senior Jon Howard runs for his life. C33 Ram blockers hold their ground as Lee Braach sets to pass. Q45 Junior Steve Naval did a fine job filling in lor injured Robin Bagley at defensive end, C55 Swingback, Mark Caughey, and Linebacker, Kim Cruchon, celebrate another ram touchdown. lm!-7995 is K to N., -Z' . irig 1 E:,., ":..: 5:5 i he -. 'rj' Q 'T K .a it -Ar ,K-"N 55ffootbaII X.. FALL IS A BALL .li Ringenbach gets "Coach ofthe Year" When the Rams lost their non-league opener to Tyee, 7-12, Pl Pete and the rest ofthe sports world did n't figure Mt. Rainier to be a serious threat to anyone. And many began to agree as the Rams once again fell, this time to the Renton Indians in their first league contest. But the team under- went drastic changes after that game. Every person on the team knew that they were capable of winning every game. They pulled together as a team and developed the strongest running attack led by the best blocking in the league. Their running game and their great defense combined to lead them to lopsided victories against all but one of their remaining opponents. The one exception was a loss to the Kentridge Chargers early in the season. But the climax of the season came in the last game when the Rams upset the Kent Meridian Royals 14-O in a game completely dominated by the Rams. This knocked the Royals out of title contention and put them in a tie with the Rams for second place. The game also gave Mt. Rainier its best season ever with a record of seven wins and two losses, and exhibited the fine job Doug Ringenbach had done as head coach. He had previously chosen this to be his last season as head coach of the Rams, and it was fitting that the post-season NPSL poll awarded him the "Coach of the Year" honor. lt-atv? , 11.5 Varsity Coaches: Jim Glennon, Bob Kelly, Doug Ringenbach. 12.5 ROW 1: Eric Sims, Brad Sprague. Jerry Bergman, Doug Viall, Tad Brenneman, Jerry Lavell, Jeff Dallen, Buddy Stark, Dale Gibson, Mark Booth, Jeff McClu ng. ROW 2: Randy Sprague, Len Hall. Terry Lee, Bruce Derize, Jim Miller, Jeff Naval. Carey Goetz, Cal Skaugstad, Jeff Bergquist. Steve Wog, Mike Bort, Jon Howard. ROW 3: Clair Troftgruben, Bob Schwab, Jerry Breed, Mike Huttenlocker, Lee Anderson, Ed Koeller, Kerry Brown, Mark Waller, Mike Cofield, Mark Johnson: assistant coaches Jim Glennon, Bob Kelly. ROW 4: Glen Stream, Dennis Bort, Kim Cruchon, Rick Wood, Doug Eernisse, Steve Swift, Jim Teller, Doug Lee, Bruce Abraham, Lee Braach, Steve Naval, Tim Johnson: head coach Doug Ringenbach. NOT PICTURED: Robin Bagley, Mark Caughey, Vince Heinrich, Bill Kelly, Nick Ledbetter, Terry Matheson. John Stevenson. Jeff Teller. 13.5 Managers: Jeff Teller, Shawn Boyle, Dave Stone, Barry Fossand, Tim Hamilton, Ed Palmer, Stan Beuthln. 56!football -wil . fm-, 52' fm ME 'WF ki :ew ff. 3 g ,,'51'5,' ' ifxii . F ,ggiew , F W Ezgga ,"' i , A M HD WA F JE? l wmv- x, 5 'Ki p arzagag 'HMV' M 1 'K "mi-, H F, M F. A F '55"'?'3f-S ef' F- 1 'A F F MF? 7 MF? 28 MF? 26 RAR 41 MF? 33 MF? 14 Tyee Renton Evergreen Hlghhne Kentndge Hazen Kennedy Glamer Tyee Kent RAM HARRIERS "Runningten miles a day is fun!" With five returning lettermen, the Ram cross-country team was a major contender for the league title. Toby Nichols led the way as he and Derek Budworth broke the old school record of 13:16 with times of 12:54 and 13:09. Rick Otto was close behind with 13:17. Together they led the team to a tough second place in the league. The success of the team came from unity and dedication which keeps them running several miles a day, all year. This yea r, the Ram cross-country team was the fastest in the school's history and with only a few lettermen leaving, they should have another good season next year. at-ik 2f VX: max 4440 1 1. 58!cross-country 'J-W., V, igerw. f""? f Qs N' in ttllltllliii TEAM 13 Kyle Larson 23 Ricky Otto 33 .lim Kercher 43 Toby Nichols 53 Bruce Wasson 63 Paul Sargent 73 Karl Goetzinger 83 Rick Thomas 93 Paul Fleming 103 Jack McLaughlan 113 Derek Budworth 123 Bob Miller 133 Joe Clinton 143 Jack Skillungstead 153 Brent Smith 163 Slade Kennett 173 Scott Fisher 183 Stan Yockey NOT PICTURED. Kevin Moeller, Gary Quantz 13 Toby Nichols just slightly ahead of a Renton runner in the N.P.S.L. meet. 23 Coach Bill Hill 33 Jack McLaugl'1Ian coming around the lake at the Evergreen course. 59!cross-cou ntry ww A :yaw- ,.kf?r.:h. i4w:'. . , .Hill I :fam , if 1 Y 5. 5e,,3'g' 1 ' '71 lr Q Pk ,jf , HL. saga 'ze-ravv V' mia Q' F--545 . . .W , at , fl.: ? 1. L2-311 51 3 bbKNI4vUflT , Q., 5 'M 2? it H ' ,, -.V , A ,, f W fwi. W .- W -,, f Af A v m. Zfif 'wif' 2 'Z Wx 1? M' M 5 X. ' , if 2 5 jf, 5? if .... A1 Q Z ,'V, 255 Q4 N ,X ft 1 Ea MK FOLLOW-THROUGH Gjersee receives Ca ptain's Award Brian Giersee, Captain's Award winner and most outstanding player of the 1972 golf season, led the M.R. team through an outstanding but frustrating seventh place year. A varsity record score was made at 69 and J.V. at 68. Lettermen were Brian Gjersee, Ted Hanson, Dana Fouhy, Scott Mills, John Albin, Rick Jones, and Dave Street. Jim Baker, although he did not have letter time, scored the best of the season: a 19 single. Mr. Command CLEFTJ, coach commented "the team worked hard all year" and doesn't understand why they didn't place higher. The team as pictured above consisted of CBACK5 Dave Street, Nelson Hward, Jim Baker, Dana Fouhy, Eric Anderson, Rick Jones, Brian Gjersee, Scott Mills, coach Melvin Command, CFRONTJ Ross Lovre, Keith Luksan, Jeff l-lardman, Tom Parks, John Albin, Kevin Grambush, Ted Hanson, and Greg Jones, NOT PICTURED was Joe Oliver. 61fgoIf ROW 1: Martha Roberts, Linda Howard, Paula Rudberg. Lisa Broznowski. Janet Orton, Linda Newsom, Barb Brinkerhoff. ROW 2: Carol McCully. Gail Niehl, Diane Angle. Alicia Johnson, Erin Kennedy, Wendy Baker, Sue Williams, Sue Peterson, Kim Urquhart. ROW 3: Joanne Schneider, Joanne Williams, Anne McDonald, Jean McCann, Joanne Schneebeli. Sue Petterson, Ann Mehaffey. Donna Schubert. Coach Swanson. MR 60 Tyee 35 Juanita Lindberg l-lighline 3rd in Relay Meet Hazen Kentridge MR Kennedy MR 37 ' 58 MR 66 ' 29 MR 31 ' ' 64 MR 67 28 MR 70 Renton 25 MR 70 Kent Meridian 25 MR 82 ' 12 50 45 62!girls' swimming EWES ARE VICTORIOUS Girls swim to state Swim team had a very good season, breaking old records and setting new ones. After the girls' excellent 9-2 season this year, they also made it to State and got 5th place. The girls didn't win any events but scored high in all to pull them up to the top. The Rams had two big relays: 200 meter medley in which they placed 5th, and 400 meter freestyle in which they placed 7th. They also took 6th and 11th in the 100 meter freestyle, and raced to a big 4th place in the 100 meter breast stroke plus llth and 13th in 100 meter butterfly. Alicia Johnson aISOplaced10th in diving. Q17 Coach Swanson gets soaked after a fine victory, C25 Alicia Johnson dives into the water. C33 Kim Urquhart does a beautiful butterfly. 63!girls' swimming WOMEN'S LIB STRIKES AGAIN Volleyball becomes league sport Combine in large gym: Eleven female-type homosapiehs, one English teacher turned coach. Mix thoroughly and sprinkle with fun-loving determination. Season well with nightly practice. Yield: One Ram volleyball team. A Mt. Rainier first this year gave a few sports-minded girls a piece of the action. Girls' volleyball became an inter-school league sport for the first time in the history of the school and district. As with most first-year teams, the total number of wins as opposed to losses wasn't unduly impressive. But despite fractured phlanges and bruised behinds most girls had fun and enjoyed the experience. BACK: Marilyn Collins, Pam Bethman. Patty Golden, Wanda Pederson, Robbin Wilson, Jeanie Carnahan, and coach Pam Schilz, FRONT: Claire Wilson, Mary Ra nkin, De Ann Easton. Sue Lang, and Lori Dubai. 64!volleyball ffsmz 4: .,,'f' 'K T -wzmmmw 4 4 x 1 . ,.x 1 Q !f f' s s lf! . - 9 ' o 's . " r 1 ish' ' f '73- 'f . ' ' ' .. ,Q . 'N iw . .mx f 1 I 3 . , . -T QNM x S - ' wx, sf. . , T' Q fl ,-f ...J--vuasgfzzfr Wm Winter OPERATION CHR STMAS A time for giving The true spirit of Christmas was again signified this year by the art of giving and the chemistry of Miss Marian Berdan. A "first" this year was the pancake breakfast, resulting in a profit of S200.00. The money brought turkeys, milk, and potatoes to several needy families on Thanksgiving. As in fourteen consecutive years, the students of Mt. Rainier, especially those of Miss Berdan's classes, became avidly involved with the collecting of canned foods, toys, and clothes. These goods were distributed to needy families in the area in time for them to have a very merry holiday season. T ' A 3 C15 Members ofthe Jaycees prepare and watch over the main attraction during the pancake breakfast. C23 Gwen Van Hout provides entertainment. Q35 Hungry people wait their turn while those eating tackle their own plates. K 'Win-.. hmmm, mm .mn.,,,... .ati s. fn -:-ff , , xx..1 Wir Et, 65!operation christmas C15 Patty Moffat, senior, takes off with a big load and Q23 later grins at her endeavor. C33 Groups of cars and students prepare to collect goodies. LIKE GETTING UP EARLY? You would for the Senior Breakfast The Seniors were truly "On Top of the World" this year at the Senior Breakfast. This breakfast was a success because of the ha rd work ofthe D.E. classes, advised by Mr. Gunsul. Included on the program were Mr. McKamey and Mr. Clement, who gave a skit showing their opinion ofthe seniors. Following this, some of Mr. Fuller's students put on a skit called "Piggies," a satire about the upper class. C35 The skit, "The Speakers" by Alvin DeJong, Tom McCully and Bob Hugo, was about two people giving a speech at the same time. Lindy Case and Bruce Watson announced "The Chosen." Among those receiving awards was Sue Reynolds for the biggest mouth C27 Ensemble put on a nice variety of Christmas songs, including "Caroling, Caroling" and "We'll Dress This House." Then Mr. Hill quieted everyone down by singinga beautiful spiritual. At the end of the morning D.E. gave out their door prize to Dale Eiffert. The prize was a door. 'ff' i , , .sua ," e. .--- ,Mg 'f if , l,:..u,:,.. S qw - ME ,, f:JikJ3 5Je5A J , TEMPTED, TRIED, AND TRUE Dirty Work at the Crossroads The success attending this Great Romantic Drama at its initial production in 1890 when it was received with unbounded applause unpre- cedented in the history ofthe stage, induced the the Senior Class to spare no expense in its reproduction. Great Skill and Daring, and a lot of peanuts, boos, and hisses. made this presenta tion a truely Grand Spectacle The Oleo Act which preceeded the perfor mance, and the musicians who relentlessly played throughtout, added that little extra which made this a truly splenditerous play w, ,Hg 68!senior class play rw 4 K W A4 ,, The Players Nellie Lovelace ..................,......... as true as she is tender as brave as he is bashful Widow Lovelace ...........,....,,.......... as sweet as she is simple Snidely Whiplash ...........,,...,,,...,.,, as wild as he is wicked as deep as she is dyed Mookie Maguggins ....................,A.,A as rude as he is rustic Mrs. Upson Asterbilt ..........,.,.......,..,, from the BIG city Leonie Asterbilt ..................,.,......, their French maid. Ooolala who never had a father 69!senior class play Adam Oakhart ...,.,,....,................. Ida Rhinegold ,.............,...........,..... 117 ln the midst of this amorous scene is director Michael Fuller. 123 Mookie Maguggins is taken aback by the attentions of the very French Fleurette. C37 Adam Oakhart furthers his education, in a most shocking way. C47 Ida Rhinegold makes one of her dubious suggestions. C57 Snidely Whiplash, the notorious villain, prepares to do his worst. C63 Innocence and purity shine in the face of the beloved Nellie Lovelace. Rebecca A. Lamb . . , . . Craig Hone ...,.AmyEvans Maurice Alhadeff Marlene Westfall .. Michael Bailey ...Michele Murphy ..,. Silvia Miskin her daughter, a Madison Avenue belle Fleurette ....,..,................,.......,.....,.. Sharon Heal Little Nell .. . ....,..........,.............. Barbara Hefford Q ,,....-- '-"i--4-... ,.,-- Q. C ,M N...-' BUILDING YEAR Emery leads State swimming qualifiers The Boys' Swimming team had its third straight winning season under Head Coach Dick Swanson. The team underwent a building year as only five of the twenty nine swimmers graduated in 1973 Seniors Scott Emery, Nick Ledbetter, Tom McCully, Rych Whisler, and Denny Bair led a flu decimated team to fifth place in the NPSL Finals at Highline College Pool. Scott Emery qualified in th ree events for the State meet: the 50 and 100 yard free style, and as part of the 400 yard relay team with juniors Jon Cohn, Bruce Crist, and Lee Anderson. Cohn also qualified in the 100 yard fly. 72fswimming Ng 73!swimming CABOVE LEFTJ Jon Cohn, 100 yard butterfly State qualifier, and winner of that event at the NPSL Finals. CABOVEJ The Rams' State qualifiers and 400 yard free style relay team, Jon Cohn, Lee Anderson, Scott Emery, and Bruce Crist. QLEFTJ The Rams were tutored with stopwatch and clipboard under the watchful eye of coach Dick Swanson. 4 .5 . , vw ,iv Q., , CBACKJ Brenda Bailes, Heidi Jacobson, Diane Bailes, Bernice Richmire, Judy Wright, Shawn Dillard, Steve Lemke, Dave Arney, Mike Harmon, Kevin Buck, Terry Strong, Dan Durrance, Rick Manriquez, Bob Gorman, Jack Skillingstead, Rick Otto, Rick Thomas, Mark Adams, John Lamoreaux, Scott Creighton, Ron Mitchell, Butch Conway. CCENTERJ Theresa Linden, Mike Washburn, Rick Parrent, Glenn Johnson, Kurt Howard, Ralph Perrault, Jeff Sanders, Jack McLauchIan, Ron Wallace, Jeff McClung, Bob Kercher, Vince Heinrich, John Stevenson, Dave Armstrong, Jim Koska, Jeff Stockman, Jack Hagberg. CFRONTJ Craig Monson, Rick Nation, Wayne Linden, Jim Kercher, Jamie Jameson, Jim Little, Dale Deering, Kelley Brenneman, Fred McConkey, Doug Eernissee, Terry Lee, Ken Sanders, Steve Swift, Ron Pachtinger. QCOACHESJ Richard Brenneman, Jerry Dotson. 74!wrestling GRAPPLING RAMS Innovation: a key word in wrestling This was an innovative year for the Ram wrestlers. The grapplers began having morning as well as afternoon workouts. This type of workout schedule brought out an enthusiastic and more dedicated team. Unfortunately, the toughest adversary the team had to contend with was sickness and injury, which hampered the progress of the wrestlers during most of the season. The Ram Mat Angels were also new this year. They were a special pep club for the wrestling team, to cheer them on and work at the home matches. The members pictured BELOW are 11.3 Sue Brenneman, 123 Rhonda Barton, 13.3 Celia Scheide, 14.3 Joy Straight, 15.3 Nancy Koska, 16.3 Sally Van Liew, 17.3 Michelle Morrow, 18.3 Lynn Nelson, 19.3 Heidi Schramek. L 5 1 6 4 7 8 4 . 0 N MAN'S OLDEST SPORT Linden returns to state tourney. Wayne Linden was the standout on the Ram wrestling team this year, as he made his return trip to the state tournament. Last year he placed fourth in the 108 lbs. weight class, but this year, as a junior, he ran into some tough competition at 108 lbs, and didn't place. Kurt Howard C122 lbsj, Dale DoeringC141lbsD, Doug Eernisse C168 lbsb, and Dave Armstrong C190 lbsl made it to the regionals, where Mt. Rainier placed tenth out of twenty-five schools. During the regular season, the team totaled a 7 win, 10 loss record and placed first in the Highline District Takedown Tournament. Rainier Rainier Rainier Rainier Rainier Rainier Rainier Rainier Rainier Rainier Rainier Rainier Rainier Rainier Rainier Rainier .Rainier 77fwrestling Fife Thomas Jefferson Issaquah Newport Federal Way Lindberg Kent-Meridian Kennedy Hazen Renton Kentridge Glacier Evergreen Mercer Island En umclaw Highline Tyee C17 Bruce Abraham, Gary Barrett, and Mark Kearney often times concentrate on more than the game, C25 Brian Gjersee and Bill KeHyconcenUateonthe counseHngofCoachGranL C33 Sophomore team: CBACKjChnsBun5,Rod Schlecht, Mark Cockreil, Jin1Baker,Darym SkaugHad,LanyGaHocK Rick Steenerson, Mike DrBkeH,GregCarnHchaeL Mike Curran, Dave Abraham. Steve Kindem CFRONTjGaryQuanU,Pam EHckson,Coach Doug Ringenbach,Howard Ringoen, managerg Slade KenneU,ScottBrown GIVE 'EM A CHEER i Rams give their best X i v W1 if 78!basketbaiI C4J Junior Varsity: Coach AI Ledford, Jerry Breed, Gerry Gores, Mark Allen, Terry Lee, Rick Schwartz, Rick Jones, John Swecker, Eric Anderson, Paul Gerry, Steve Naval, Bob Caldwell, Ed Arnold, Mike Walker, manager C55 Varsity: CBACKJ Mark Kearney, Bill Kelly, Russ Schwartz, Gary Barrett, Roger Long, Doug Lee, Bruce Abraham, Brian Gjersee. Chris Dahl CFRONTJ Coach George Grant, Becky Miller, Statistician, Ed Palmer, manager N Rainier's basketball lost its bounce for the first two games of the season- then the Rams grabbed control and went on to break records. The team started with a record nine game win- streak. And ended, in a game agains Lindbergh, with the largest win margin in a game-67- and the most points scored in a game-98. From start to finish, Ram momentum kept mounting and was tripped up only twice more during the regular season. Together with this record-breaking team momentum came record-breaking individual momentum. Russ Schwartz and Roger Long made their marks on the career scoring records, Russ setting the mark for first, Roger for second: Russ also broke the record for total points in an individual season: and Brian Gjersee broke the record for the most assists. This shows only a few of the many individual records broken and set this season. The Rams ended the regular season with a 16-4 record and in a tie with Kent-Meridian for second place in the NPSL. From there it was on to the playoffs where, with three straight wins, MR earned a regional berth to the state AAA tournament. MR 39 Renton 47 MR 48 Kent 49 MR 73 Tyee 41 MR 89 Kennedy 60 MR 74 Evergreen 43 MR 79 Highline 59 MR 84 Hazen 67 MR 60 Kentridge 42 MR 70 Glacier 42 MR 79 Lindbergh 52 MR 82 Highline 58 MR 52 Renton 56 MR 54 Kennedy 65 MR 57 Kent 43 MR 77 Tyee 46 MR 71 Evergreen 54 MR 74 Hazen 65 MR 68 Kentridge 53 MR 70 Glacier 65 MR 98 Lindbergh 31 PLAYOFFS MR 61 Kent 48 MR 52 Puyallup 41 MR 62 Port Angeles 46 Basketball can sometimes be a hair-raising experience, as Gary Barrett finds out. HOPES CLIMB HIGH Rams shoot for state WI i is s M 8O!basketbaII if New 'Q H. Q BELOVV:Russ Schwartz gives his opponehtan unexpectedrest pedodduhnga heated match with KGDPMGHGED which the Rams Iost48-49.LEFT: Bruce Abraham andRussSchwaHz scramblefor positions in preparahonfor Bill KeIIy'sthrow. :if XXX "' S ,Qin-, , 3a!basketbaII ,,,,.-MH-"""" r 'A xi 'an fs v K A. n ,- ff i 1 i s V? . 333 ' 37 5 ff 1' "x In 5 Nga' V 5 ,ix Q, 3 iii s ! F Y' . , , . 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Scott Emery CRIGHTD had the duty of accounting for all A.S.B. incomes and making a report on financial conditions monthly. In spite of all the hard work involved in heading A.S.l3. the other officers CBELOVVJ Vice President Mark Grothe, Secretary Nick Ledbetter and President Peter l-lisken, often had time to relax and read their favorite magazines in the senior lounge. if v-Wm. Washington State.U.9 PUNCHEFFS GRIP HITS Service Club is victim Riddle: How does one get into school plays free, have a chance to view grad uation-without a ticket, or become adept at hole-punching techniques?'t Granted, some people can think of other ways to get into plays or graduation free, but where else can you develop your personal dexterity in the art of hole-punching? Easily identified by their blue Ram jackets, Service Club members await Ram fans and foes at basketball home games with punch poised and open hands for ticket-taking and A.S.B. card perforating. Other duties include standing guard over the reserved section, giving passes out to adults at half-time, fcough, coughj and calming distraught students, C'You mean l can't go out even to call my Mom?"J Along with the fringe benefits already mentioned, come the expected occupational hazards. Service Club members tend to develop "puncher's grip" and their hand must be pried open after the game. Trampled feet are also common during the peak rush hour preceding many games. Miss Stallings, the club advisor assisted the members in providing this service for the school. tBy joining Service Club QLEFU Sue Mills, Colleen Daigle, Collette Daigle, Sandy Lamb. CABOVEJ Anita Michels, Diane Fenton. 97fservice club f ,, av XNYQ 1 A '1 .Af 1 ' ,eu mf f? f Zia A2 WL 4, f N' 4 , . TWMM -FMCANDY, MM CAI1DY H The call ofthe Boys' Club Selling ram candy during lunches, and snow cones and popcorn at basketball games kept the Boys' Club busy throughout the year. The money earned was used for the upkeep of the readerboard and in keeping Ajax ll alive and butting. Although some may see Ajax as only Mt. Rainier's mascot, he is really a master soothsayer. Ac- cording to Keith Davis, ram keeper, Ajax ll can predict football and basketball games. lf he lies down during a football game, the other team will get a touchdown or maybe win. Ajax correctly predicted the outcome ofthe Kentridge game. He lay down during the game and Kentridge won by two touchdowns. The outcome of basketball games depends on how much he butts the ramkeeper during feed- ing time. Two butts meaning we'll massacre them, one meaning a slaughter, and none meaning we're in trouble. Though he is nine years old, Ajax is still hard at work making predictions for Mt. Rainiefsgames. im C13 Keith Davis, C23 Bert Hintz, C33 Monty Cofield, C43 Wayne Mathews, C53 Ed Bueser, C63 Greg Carmichael, C73 Mike Curran, C83 Dave Underhill, C93 Bill Chaftee, C103 Murphy Forner, C113 Vice President Mark Johns, C123 President Mike Cofield, C133 Dana Fouhy, C143 Brad Sprague, C153 Rick Phillips, C163 Robbie Fletcher, C173 Scott Smith, C183 Stuart Baker, C193 Dick Woo, C203 Treasurer Bob Carter, C213 Secretary Toby Nichols, C223Tom Reagan 99!Boys' Club v-it 'la' X Q6 .21 100!girIs' club --X , -959' 4 THE SMALLER THE BETTER Cabinet shrinks in s'ze ADQ brig , QA 5, H 'Y 1111 ll' 1 ' ' t U i , 'Y 'J i Q13 Barb Howell, C23 Tammy Sprague, C33 Kathy VanGasken, 143 Cary Loughlin, Q53 Nancy Ehle, C63 Denise Larson, C73 Charlene Mahoney, Q83 Colene Wright, C93 Gail Kraft, 4103 Joanie Reinhardt, C1 13 Janet Struzenburg, C123 Sue Reynolds, 6133 Sandy Lamb, C143 Lindy Case, 1153 Sharon Heal, 4163 Carrie Silva, C173 Caryl Staggers Late last year is when girls club started to work: the officers were chosen, interviews were set up and the cabinet was picked. The new officers-president, Sue Reynolds, vice president, Janet Struzenburgg treasurer, Joanie Reinhardt, and secretary, Cary Loughlin-decided to have a small cabinet of seventeen instead of the fourty-five of last year. They figured that with a big group, only a small percentage usually works, so why not have a small group in which all work hard? Throughout the year everyone kept busy with the different events: Big and Little Sister, Father-Daughter Banquet, the directory, Tolo and Mother-Daughter Tea. The girls club also sponsored a scholarship which was given to the girl who was especially active at Mt. Rainier and who faculty thought needed and deserved a boost for the furtherance of her education. 101!girIs' club LETTERPERSON'S CLUB Girl's to be Lettermen? Besides selling calendars, and raffle tickets, Lettermen were faced with the problem of girls wanting to enter the club. The masculine contingent are fighting hard to keep out the girls. They believe it's an organization for guys and they want to keep it that way. "Girls are finally beginning to take their place in athletics, but at the same time are facing ridicule and discrimination," says Linda Howard, one of the girls fighting for her rights. She says that guys are so used to playing the athletic role and girls watching, that they don't want to give this up, but more girls are participating in sports and want to get equal recognition! She says this discrimination is against the Mt. Rainier Student Handbook, the Washington State Regulation for Schools, and the recently passed equal rights amendment, HJR 61. But until the boys decide to give up the image of athletics as the province of men, the battle between the sexes will continue. C15 Ted Hanson, C25 Dave Street. C35 Brad Sprague, C45 Ed Arnold, C55 Robin Bagley, C65 Roger Long, C75 Doug Eernisse, C85 Bill Kelly, C95 Lee Anderson, C105 Bruce Abraham, C115 Russ Schwartz, C125 Mike Huttenlocker, C135 Nick Ledbetter, C145 Lee Braach, C155Jim Teller, C165 Jon Howard, C175 Kal Jamsa, C185Jerry Breed, C195Tad Brenneman, C205 Dana Fouhy, C215 Jeff McClu ng, C225 Clair Troftgruben, C235 Linda Howard, C245 Paula Rudberg, C255 Brian Gjersee, C265 Dawn Dougherty, C275 George Grant, C27a5 Bruce Wasson, C285 Mark Caughey, C295 Tim Johnson, C305 Jeff Naval, C315 Larry Quantz, C325 Bob Miller, C335 Wayne Linden, C345 Fred McConkey, C355 Rick Otto, C365 Bruce Derize, C375 Jim Miller. 1. 2. 1 3 Q K 'G ,ri . 52 P in A K 5 1 4 , Nr Z . V 5 ' b :IL 37 Q .ai 4 5 I I 102!lettermen r"-5-'-Q, if . . -,W ,..2 fm ,XS xx., 5 X, S.r5.,,," wg jr"-v-1 46 'YQ-nl X ,....ff' J' 104!pep club SPIRIT REIGNS Pep sparks enthusiasm Toilet paper swaying from trees, and signs hanging from lockers prove that Mt. Rainier has a Pep Club. These decorations help to spark team and school spirit, which is the main purpose behind the club. Members keep busy painting signs for games, making trinkets, cakes, and cookies for the teams: selling pencils to encourage students to attend games, and concocting skits for Pep assemblies. C15 Bev Ramm, C25 Karen Gray, C35 Annette Golden, C45 Claudia Koeppler, C55 Nancy Nave, C65 Judy Wright-treasurer, C75 Diane Roberts-president, C85 Joanne Schneebeli-vice president, C95 Lisa Fuerstenau, C105 Gail Kraft, C115 Wendy Leigh. C125 Terry Pinnell, C135 Adele Zeisel, C145 Janet Allen, C155 Lori Lazzar, C165 Terry Vandenberg, C175 Kathi Roberts, C185 Linda McDonnell, C195 Jeannine Kraft, C205 Debbie Williams, C215 Kathy Svinth-secretary, C225 Shelley Lein, C235 Sydney Smith, C245 Mary Foote, C255 Janis Stevens, C265 Sue Haase, C275 Cindy Gulley, C285 Carleen Gjefle, C295 Janis Bagley, C305 Kelley Mernin, C315 Karin Staggers, C325 Denise Mahoney, C335 Marjorie Caldwell, C345 Sharon Neth, C355 Gina Singleton, C365 Karen Kushman, C375 Annetta Claar, C385 Sue Williams, C395 June Fenton, C405 Connie Treftz, C415 Betsey Eddy, C425 Donna Jones, C435 Carol Shelvock, C445 Karen O'Brien C455 Charlene Mahoney, C465 Melodye Yamada, C475 Mary Rankin ti W W if 105!pep club W' it lli ft e it 6 was ld! IW cp 9 1 . PRACTICE AT DAYBREAK Drill team marches on Marching with the dawn-that's where the drill team is every Tuesday thru Friday. At 7:00 they begin drilling in the gym. This is also their first class of the day, as drill team members can now earn a P.E. credit fortheir participation. All of this drilling and marching prepares the team for the wet and drizzly, freezing cold, and boiling gyms as they perform at parades, and football and basketball games. Drill team members are also seen doing other things besides marching, such as selling candy and Tupperware. The profits are used to support the various activities of the team. One of these activities was a trip to Victoria B.C. this spring where the drill team marched in the Queen's Parade. C13 Beth Hassler, C23 Susan Walker, C33 Lynn Nelson, C43 Lori Body, C53 Pam Barlow, C63 Joanne Schneider, C73 Carol Shelvock C83 Joy Straight, C93 Maureen Fraher, C103 Cheryl Fernyhough 106!drillteam J, J A -A E K W vi if i z at Axx. b i. , , ' ,fe ,K Wi-I 1 .' 'W sf? J, 'wuz 1. f 2 95 '7 7 -. 31 1 gp 2 pwgv , ,'A, V , V , ,..,w,fU. f - f A 152 ,541 . nf ff, if aw' My J fi.- J HEY NOW! We've got spirit The many hours of work put into perfecting the routines are but a small part of the duties of the cheer staff. They plan pep assemblies, bring refreshments for the athletes, and spread spirit throughout the school. This summer they had the honor of being host school for the cheer staff conference at which they exchanged ideas and cheers. To raise funds, they have had a car wash, sold pop- sicles and suckers, sold food at a debate conference and sponsored the "Kiss the Ram" contest at Homecoming. C13 Becky Lamb finds that waiting is also part of the game. Q25 Enthusiasm bubbles forth at the celebration of victory. C35 A halftime cheer heightens the spirit of the crowd. C43 Kathy Karsten smiles cheerfully during a game. yt e Tit i gil ,Qs , J will D-'ff ...A xx no -W... ,, .mu , , Abi , VA f fllliffff Rf A4 wwf 4,7 ML? 1. aa 44 4 Mg! q M' 51,,Q!i5'L 73.14252-.:' ' S wx V A , WV ' , ' .. L VN Y' ,. ,5Q,,,, g ,Q , V . , T K J V ' M 'W 'uf . 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This year, they organized a trip to the zoo and an Easter egg hunt as a couple of their activities. The members are 1. Judy Wright, president 2. Marlene Westfall, secretary 3. Mike Cofield, treasurer 4. Celia Scheide. vice-president 5. Linda Davis 6. Jean McCann 7. Cindy Johnson 8. Alan Davis. 3 3 5 4, 7 IIIILBIOGU 434, ...,,.. f "" j v gmymm w Q .W F ..,. M, .. as if-f .fwllw-3. .. . .,,..f.ii, , . . it-ft. Xi "WZ A S , Q fy . . .Wir-rf ss 5 H 2 My Musa .wee - ,ww .. .,V,,.., HA . fi mv i A. .nf W 3? L3 11ofradio, spades i .ff 15 f . li ' ,. Vgqyh L5.,f " ssr I . at RAIVIS ARE HAIVIS Radio club beats high rates While most of us pay exorbitant prices for long-distance calls, Ram Radio members think nothing of spending a half-hour or so talking to people overseas via ham radio. Members include: 1. Dennis Bishoff, adv. 2. Steve Smith, 3. Jim Polhamus, 4. Tony Pensula, 5. Scott Lord, 6. Bruce Sargent, 7. Ron Halos, 8. Larry Galli, 9. Joe Straight, 10. Brian Swioky, ll. Greg Ewald, 12. Dale Wolin. G F' 0 'Q 5 M523 'nf ,Q W 7 ,YK -Wt' FOREICNERS-LJVADE RAINIER! Students participate in cultural exchange Cultural Exchange is a key note of Foreign Exchange Club, although hard work is important. This year Foreign Exchange Club started out the year with a new advisor, Mrs. Towery, four enthusiastic officers, and three foreign students-Frederic from France, Annette from Germany and Jaime from Bolivia. Since the club's main purpose is to bring foreign students to Mt. Rainier, the main choice of activities are those that raise money. The first activity was a car wash. The car wash was a big success and everyone had a good time not only washing cars but having water fights too. Other activities followed the car wash. A stationary sale, candy sale, crepe sale, the marriage booth at the Tolo, and of course the Foreign Exchange Day and Variety Show in March were all part of the club's activities. ln November, Lydia came from Nicaragua increasing the foreign student population by one, and in January Sue Fiss left for Guatemala as an AFS representative. The club wants to make the foreign students feel at home, and with a little effort and a lot of good will, it brings people of the world closer together. 112!foreign exchange 15 Foreign Exchange Club officers, Luanne Bededeard, Marlene Norton, Beth Peterson and Amy Evans take time off for a moment of fun. 25 Frederic Hautval, France, Annette Claar, Germany, and Jaime Reque, Bolivia get together in the quad. 35 Club members, Colleen Kriedeman Dwight Thompson, Marlene Norton, Amy Evans, and Luanne Bededeard take a break from washing cars to have some fun with the water, 45 Sue Fiss, Mt. Rainier's AFS representative to Guatemala City. Guatemala discusses plans with Lydia Tunnermann, foreign student from Managua, Nicaragua. .,,.mimLif'u, V . 55 .2 -L S4 .-'wfr.f1f,-: ' K Li' L." W BATTLE OF THE WITS Chess Club is victorious When twelve o'clock rolls around the one thing that lies at the top of most peoples' heads is what? You guessed-er-chester! LUNCH!! But as they say there are always exceptions to the rule. ln this case the exception is a group of avid chess buffs, the Mt. Rainier Rams Chess Club. Various members were often spotted precariously huddled over a hoarded chess board, nibbling away at their lunches while contemplating their next move. Such dedication has rewarded this year's club with a winning season and in some cases curvature ofthe spine Cfrom all that hunching over.3 On a team where it's brains not brawn that counts, team mates challenged each other in a battle of wits for the top five positions. These top five players then met with the top five from an opposing school. When matches ended, Mt. Rainier usually came out on top. I5 UW 6953 "Y 'C 1 4,4 QAHAQ Q J ,Q Iwi A llllll! C13 Dick Woo, C23 Bev Ramm, C33 Paul Walker, C43 Bret Gouveia, C53 Mike Laubacher, C63 Kurt Bethman, C73 Mr. Ehinger, adv., C83 Dave Bethman, C93 Russel Dills, C103 Tom Strange, C113 Ron Halos, C123 Richard Hill, C133 Ted Jessen, C143 Aaron De Anda. 115!chess club 116!honor society BRAINS OR LUCK Honor Society demands academic achievement A 3.3 grade point average is required for Honor Society membership. Miss Milne is advisor while President Toby Nichols, Vice President Dick Woo, Treasurer Julie Leavitt, and Secretary Linda Howard keep the club going. The club sponsors a tolo booth to raise money for the annual initiation banquet in winter and the picnic at Salt Water Park at the end of the year. C15 Kristy Lamb, C25 Linda Howard, C35 Ann Roberts, C45 Catherine Morris, C55 Joanne Schneebeli, C65 Anne Mehaffey, C75 Dave Bethmen, C85 Lisa Paasch, C95 Bruce Crist, C105 Ted Hanson, C115 Mark Johns, C125 Clair Troftgruben, C135Julie Leavitt, C145 Roger Long, C155 Cary Brown, C165 Robbie Fletcher, C175 Kal Jamsa, C185 Beth Jovanovich, C195 Lonette Hoxie, C205 Pam Baumgart, C215 Janet Struzenbu rg, C225 Leslie Haigh, C235 Karen Kushman, C245 Pam Odman, C255 Joan Kooch, C265 Kathy Van Gasken, C275 Sue Mills, C285 Nancy Albrecht, C295 Becky Lamb, C305 Phil Thompson, C315 Dick Woo, C325 Terry Johnson, C335 Amy Evans, C345 Debra Christophersen, C355 Bambi Bernard, C365 Faye Morley, C375 Kathy Karsten, C385 Brad Sprague, C395 Terry O'Neal, C405 Nick Arment, C415 Melodye Yamada. 9 S Qffmf 117!honor society , lp .C I W' it E'si'it'f'tW W. AV 5 x I 4 8 f X 4, MW 5 , , Xa? fx. , 1 v A ,g fd K' '1 fig f "x mm gif-X'J ' ' 'jfffw Mfg 1 Q 4. 1 1 gyf " .. 3 934 1 g. 21 6, J r 'Q , f uf' -. 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Susan Golden, David Golden, Patricia Gorman, Chuck Gover, Jaque Gracy, Roy Grainger, Jeanne Graves. Patricia Greene, Jerry Grieb, Kurt Gross. Jeanne Gwin. Lane Hagberg, Jack Hall, Lesta Hall, Linda Halos. Ronald Hamilton, Pam Hammond, Kevin Hanneman, Carol Hansen, Don Hansen, Jon Hanson, Cynthia Hardman, Jeff Harmon, Michael Harper, David Harris, Cindy Harris, David Hawkins, Bruce Hays, Paul Headland, Scott Heal, John Heberling, John Hegna, Jm Heinrich, Mark Heinzel. Susan Henry. Cheryl Hickel. John Higgins, Dale Hill, Jim Hill, Melanie Hills, Julie Hilsen. Laurie Hinz, Cheryl Hoag, Randy Hoekstra, Carol Hogan, Michael Holdaas, Julie Holliday, Matthew Holmes, Eddie Holte, Leslie Hone. Craig Hooper, Dean Horne, Burton Hougardy, Teresa House, Craig House, Rich Howard, Curtis Howard, Nelson Hoxie, Eugene Huber, James Hudson, Mike Huff, Patricia Hughes, Cheryl Hunting, Linda Hunziker, Kevin Ingham, Gregory lnglett, Lisa Isaacson, Bruce lttner, Joyce Jackman, Terry James, Donald Jameson, Todd Jamsa, Terrie Jennings, Chris Jensen, Calvin Jessen, Raymond Johnson, Becky Johnson, Bruce Johnson, Cindv Johnson, Julie Johnson, Mark Johnson, Mark Jollimore, Janie Jones, Donna Jones, Richard Jones, Sharilyn Jovanovich, Barb Judd, Christopher Judd, Diane Kamstra, William Kearney, Matt Keaty, Roberta Keesler, Cynthia Kendo, Richard Kennedy, Erin Kennett, Slade Kercher, Bob Key Neal Kimball, Denise Kindem, Seve Kinkade, Dean Kleparek, Karen Klimaszewski. Paul Klose, Michelle Klouzal, Steve Knapp, Timothy Koontz, Tina Kraft, Jeannine Laing Malcolmson, Sally Lang, Robert LaPlante. 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Mike E1i..,a mi Cindy Harris pauses amidst the confusion of class. 129!sopnornores ,H it-ii'-.s',iE1lJi, ' ' Jjfgfggkeiz ' -V i 1f Qi is :.. if fi 3 ... 1 2? i if W , f, Mew. and vve have the minds .YA hum-. i as , M ,. ,U r , 5 i 5. vwwfgw Sometimes our minds wa nder to other things 13O!sophomores " , . irq A , Q , i.,,,.1: K ayif ,Zim f 1 ,,i,V ' J wi? W f 1 ,iiwf ' 3 f 5 ii i P 5. x f v ,' .. ,f ' 4 fig , g.5' ,Q ,, . U ff I :iidm I I M eff 5' H4 I ,W f 4 ie,e ' i ff 2 ,,,,2 -- , 3' ' ' ,. 2 riff? if , ii, ' it ,,,f i,i, , M , V. fm: ' 4?-' X15 'dll fn " V .V ,K " , . I fi If if .Mi J ,Q i , i 'af -4 , T 'Q 1 . f , -a qi? if ...4 fi .X f Y iii ' s - '-'1 .. ,, r , 'J is i - '- 1 A ' 'f , N.iil"' i ' ' " f 7 , Nye Q 's riii A ,L , r 'LM mi qi wig ,ii 1 .I j " if i 4. :vi L X -I ii ,fv Q fl X if . 'xii ' 3 i' , X X , E 3 Z 2 s i ' we N -. f . 4, . , ' . f' w,i,, ' X V " ' A Wifi? 7 ' , 1'ri2',, 32' , 3, a . W QS? 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Mary O'Neal, Lorri Owen, Mark Pachtinger, Kevin Parks, David Parks, Thomas Parrent, Ricky Pastrana, Sylvia Paulson, Carol Pederzoni, Diana Pennington, Ann Pensula, Tony Perez, Mike Perry, Patty Peters, Ralph Peterson, Bruce Peterson, Jerry Peterson, Terry Petoff, George Pettyjohn, Linda Phillips, Rickie Phillips, Susan Picato, Penny Pina. Eduardo Pinnell, Robert Pool, Sheri Pritchard, William Purves, Brian Purves, Bruce Quantz, Gary Quantz. Larry Rademacher, George Randall. Julie Rasmussen, Susan Rayback, Clinton Raynor, William Reeff, Mark Regan, Joe Reimer, Carol Reinhart, Doug Remmereid, Kaye Reuther, Patti Reynolds. Robert Richardson. Jeff Ringoen, Howard Robbins, Danny Roberts, Donna Roberts, Kathi Roebuck, Lawrence Rollins, Julie Rose. Laura Ross, Cynthia Ross. Stacey Russell, Cheri Sager, Michael Samples, Karen Sanders, Jeff Sanders, Ken Sandstrom, Suzan Sargent, David Sargent, Paul Sasonoff, Mauria Sawyer, Darrell Schalow, David as , Q- rv Qu M. 132!sophomores Sophomore officers: Gary Cavanaugh, Roger McCormick, Jeannine Kraft and Lon Snope Nj 1 , - E r- B . r ,' K 3 wir bxmqri eweiwrf if xms' V' -- Z : --,wi - ee, if ff ' fr ,'rILLz T as, U ' S may Q. T ' K- ear n H 1 K 1 of is , .o f ' 1 1 R' Ii KL 'f F3175 C-.."J' ': m 425 ' ? Er W, ,, 1 f6 4 . Q. 7jfg,g Atf.6e+'t '55 4 X ' - L ox. T. A v Ligiorfmrb ,i5'2l-,gf QA ' gg IL " 3' o .HJ ' Aw.- , mf, A if f Q . . 2.5 . . e- " ,- ' eq MJ' E r an r N . ,. iff " ggi or U K , , ' Qt . .- . 'ti l ww 's -- L 1- ef - fi X. . z ns- f ,V ,J ., ,.- f t ' x '. if it eff ' , 'M J Y J , . U -1 A ' , 1 1 N2 ': , :ff X 9 A 2 5, . ' si X ff 4 L . - . 1' X? sh E3 gy 1 1 Epi' ll 1, ikl ,.x,. --.. ".. . Q L. ,, V ,. .:1 , C .5 ,X. ,., GW .. f, ., . , v. 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T - , is ,rf ' " X fs its fix 1 S' xx - i xc. , , Z ,, 1 12.55 ' Qi K f 133!sophomores Schenk, Brian Schlecht, Rodney Schneider, Gloria Schneider, Joanne Schramek, Heidi Schwartz, Barbara Schwartz. Richard Schwartze, Terese Scott, Kathleen Searcy, Kathy Seim, Patricia Shelvock, Carol Shield, Laura Shomber, Rolan Schreve, Steven Sikorra, Loretta Simpson, Jeffery Sipe, Rick Skaugstad, Daryle Skinner, Doug Smith. Lauri Smith, Michael Smith, Preston Snope, Lon Soden, Sandy Sparkman, Susan Sprague, Tamera Spring, Joseph Spring, Tracy Springer, Carl St.CharIes, Rochel Staats, Mary Staggers, Caryl Stagers, Karin Stanley, Rochelle Stebbins, Cliff Steele, Diana Steenerson, Ricky Stephenson, Rick Stern, Steven Stevens, Rebecca Stewart, Grace Stineman, Carol Stout, Curtis Straight, Joe Straight, Joy Strong, Terry Struzenburg, Ben Sumpter, Dixon Sutton, Joy Suver, Joseph Swanson, Martin Swanson. Rodeny Swartz, Melody Tanttari, Linda Thayer, Clinton Thomas, Douglas Thomas, Richard Thompson, Larry Thompson, Torre Thornton, Dawn Tillett. James Tobinski, Susan Topinka, Wayne new frontiers S '42TlTi1:ir""r:,:'gi':tWL A-M "" -'AV - '-M"fMf"g1x:qfqg,,,y" f r er V V , QQ 1 ,,, a , r W ,Q -,,, X 34 H 1 '3 f: -'-, I YM. ' ' , f ,V 2 New 9 r wif ' Ei kara? 5 1 , A as ' i in f , er , W Q u afar ' . 'T 4' 4 em , Hy 4 +1 T L . David Ba rtlernay, Slade Kennettand Becky Johnson perform "Julius Caesar" ln French class. 134!sopnomores -g wi, , 5 1 . W Vx k -bis :i T S Q V 51 , . 'f Q :EQ 3 N 2 :W - rw- ... 1,.,, him x , risk-'Q 1 in 1 17 -f --rf k .1 2 LS? -5 fifisf-ffm Sgr '92 l TVW A. ,, xv ' Qjfl jx 4 . Q. Q ,N - .. ep 2:5 , 23 5,5 ffW"'5" - is f-2 ga 9.1: , Q I or ' J V 7.,.i,,W , T igkfwgli ' 2' , , ' F t f , W li . ,f ' -' x- 4 Milli e Q ' Qt fa X x 'ft' .fi -.H 1 2 fs X4 Q I , , , 2 . . T , ,,,, , E 52 v 9 '-" V V . 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Paul Walker, Susan Ward, Brian Warner, Patrick Warner, Ron Warp, Jennifer Washburn, Mike Watkins, Mervin Webb, Laurie Weber, Stephen Westbrook, David Whaley, Diane Whitcomb, Sherry Whither, Marcia Wied, Shelley Wieder, Robert Wilcox, Daniel Williams, Debbie Williams, Joann Wilson, Mike Wilson, Neil Windholz, Gary Wolfe, Debbie Wolin, Debbie Wolsky, Connie Wright, Dana Wyckoff, Martin Yockey, Mitchell Young, Scott Zeisel, Adele Berry, Fred 135!sophomores K ' 1 ' k A , v . ' o 1 g Q... Q v,.- 4' A5 Q . , . 'Q. ' Q" ' 1 X sq 5 3 r X . 'I g . 3, 1 , g 5 0 ' . , W 1' Q Q A. 4, A I V U. if v. s I X A -' r V , , ' Q . 4 ' .1 r if 4 .,' uf' Ni 5 is U . 6 Q ' of . f ' Q Q ,. . .- .. ,' , 5 5. 3. f, Q ' . . F , ,5 1 5 0 +, , -4- 'S ,Y f i ,si n , . .K . n ' ,2'Q" 'A il i 0 ' n 3 ' .IP ' 'fl ' 4 'Q.1.:, 0 g v t . ' 'gf u 'I 1 lk K , .V W 'g r I 'qv' 5 -lim.,-gk hx Q Env-"f I. . Yu , ' x , Vx Juniors: F-5'4" Our part - W! n u 4 'G ge S y ., ,,, v, 'X.k.. aiffg Q ' -fs. .. 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Abraham, Bruce if i' it Adair, Mike Q l A A 1 Adams, William f A ,V.,, 1 f -- 'Q V - Ahartz, Debra iff, . ,T , I Albmoonn l ,, , Albrecht, Nancy XV " ' M ,V,r" Q' , ,, Alderman, Darcy X 1. 4 V V "' X3 ,X VV V ' f:, -,J 5. ,". rrrr s Alexafid-2f'Chefv' r rrrr Ls ' Auen,Mark A7 e e g el, Allinson, Rick I " " 1 ' W Amende, Allan V ,, ' ' ' Amsler,Jerran A, - V 'M' Andere Paul ,,5,, f r V' A d gg' A , X ' 3 f n erson, my , 1 ,, L, A V '.1' , 'fr . l ' 'iff' ., ri ' "r1: f ' if' fy ' , 'ti ' 'W Anderson, Anita L ,, , , LLL L L L, W 1 Anderson, Lee P V " ' - 1- g ,,, Anderson,Patricia 1 2 A .f " -fy 27, V7 ,551 ' 5 Andefsomtefesa ,,,e, A is - Q r 9' AV1deV5T1E"5ka fQfL, - ,tt M, tl L :LL 7 W if Q Andrus, Laurie ' Xe L 15 Angler Diane f L LL L Vklk L LLM Lf 5 ip, , , Q' ,rf 'fi 5' if H Jf 'i" 'ff ' ' ' ' 'f:- : - ",,: f -' 1 .L Armstrong, Dave ,yung-it ' V LLLLLL L LL JLLLL Arney, Dave f QW, ' it ' V, , ,I '- ' L J Arnold, Edwin A ' l ' 1 . jf. . , Arnold,Ken 1, - V ,',.' Asmundson,Betty "'i X i lx ,' ' , i Baever, Richard i L S " Baever, Trudy f, lili X 1, L ' "lj ff, ws, I 5 31,11 ' ,l ' - E The first tomato to grow a friendly face. ' 138!juniors tll W6 K, Z' L 3 Lggyqe in isiilflilff' ' Q" H . V lv A .5 , , , gy 4 , ,V . ,, , , , ,V ,J , H! i k 45 , , if VV? ii - fr ,,.-- we-3,-., , ,-.W l s , ,.,,, 'f -"- 5, , -s ms, 4 ,f- VVV w 3 JV t,,,,,V tljl , VF? . 'ff ' Ll, 5 I, Q A f , V ,,V f Aw--1' ' L S , f .. ' 5, 1V,V l 7 ' w" f' , sg T ,, ,L Lux ,L . N Q ge! ,,V, VV , , ,F N E VV, V V,,, ,we-VV ,, 3.5, If " . f Q i" ,, ,,,, ,V 1, 'La " ii, fy, omni ,fi , ,W V L S 455 K tr Ko An instant catches Sue Peterson in thought. it Pity! ' ,ii 'Q 5 W Y bf 'WWE M X Q WZ 2 4 I Q . ,. 5. it ' 45 fl' if K arf' I' ,Ji 2 f, 'YQ .. , lb g ay, ' .34 K - H Sf , ff" gulf. ,, 1 ' f B fl , 1 ,'-'f 1 if' ' -f IM , X , f 9 for ,wh X X, ,N ,Y J f ' ' ' ' 1 X Steve Hoover, the first to take a stand, anywhere. 4 M 31 ef, Wi Baker, Jim : - Ballew, Mike Barclay, Susan Barker, Catherine Barlow, Karen Barnes, Douglas Barrett, Amanda 'l Barrett, Gary Barton, Brian l i D 'bt C 'L " 'iyi' l ' if L",' 'i'ii ii' i B 3 1 f cf? , 53 ,B N BHSSGUV M6fiOVie ' it LVVB VV,r J V Bauer, April V if . gg ',,,, I fi Q, ' W ""i Beadell, Rosemary X f , A 1. il H ffl lj " Beaupre, Robert ' V f I MT- Behrmann,Chris -,fl 1 G,, 5 it V ,, A 4 Belleque, Deanna t " V' 'V 9 Bennett, Douglas Bennett, Michael Benson, Laurie , ,MW ew ,, W 64' .. , E . xx it , M pw J Bergman, Mike . 5 " WA I A Bergman,Thomas ' Bergquist,Jeft N Bernard, Bambi , , 5,5 Aii, Bertrand, Robert Bertsch, Brian ij 5 Betzina, Todd . X ' B iggs- Alan Binnie, Linda Q 1 . ' 139!juniors We New To give a friendly sign, Sharon Brown and Steve Swift amidst the confusion of an assembly. Blake, Bennet Bombaugh, David Booth, Mark Borger, Ardee Bort, Michael Bostwick, Michael Bowman, Lee Boyle, Shawn Brannon, Rickie Breed, Jerry Brinkerhoff, Barbara Brown, Kerry Brown, Sharon Brown, Timothy Broznowski, Lisa Brunette, Darrah Buck, Maureen Budworth, Derek Burklund, Patricia Burns, Colleen Burrow, Kevin Caddock, Nancy Calbom, Susan Caldwell, Robert Carlson, Pat Carlson, Randy Carlson, Steve Carmichael. Brenda Carnahan, Jeanie Carpine, Sandra Casey, Elaine Cavett, Susan Cawthon, Ronald Chase, Mark Chase, Tom Cheever, Cathy Christensen, Carol Christophersen, Debra Churchill,.leff Clement, Richard Clifford, Colleen Clinton, Joe Cohn, Jonathan Colburn, Ed Collins, Joann Collins, Kim Cook, Rod Cooley, Robin Connolly, Nancy Counter, Jeff Courtier, Burt Cowden, Michael 140!juniors M . , .- sf gi, 'Q' i. +2 1'f :ai at W me 1 Y . If ,. My W, W f . 59' . 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F- N- 5 Hx l X fl K i , ,JJ Jul 141!juniors I Y :Z Q A , 422 ii? 142!juniors Jane Higgins, on the brink of a discovery I AA as Y' . n f X e' Wk '15 R Af Y, Q A' S L M E ,,.g 5 W. -L ' n ff n nSz:, aSS 3, 'N ii K i E 'W' jim I 'fy' A - I L. ' ,- -- . " ffgfyi 5 Q.. 4 I A 4. Af 3 li E' K W '-:if Q . 6 ,5 . 1 W if 'Y V AL , ' H2 1 fy -5 .- ggtfyli 51351 X A fgx 551' y. 7? I, fig ,M he . it 5 3 0 Ml fi, ' ,J , V " 5' , ,, , ,, , VV' fi X J W V i v, 5 l I i x 1 f' H V . ' V. 'fir A fl I a""'x ' D X A f ,MPEG Q ,, f'a.,?' 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M W, Q. ff ft , 4, mi' f ' Crandall, Stephen Crist, Bruce Cross, Kim Cunningham, James Dahl, Chris Danielson, Mark Dantzler, Colleen Davis, Keith Davis, Linda Davis, Rebecca DeDominces, Cindy DeSilva, Howard DeWitt, Deanne DeWitt, Randy Dekker, Linda Delgatty, Marvelee DesLaurier, Dan Dillard, Shawn Dimmitt, David Dougherty, Dawn Douglass, William Dunne, Richard Dunstan, Kent Durrant, Jill Duval, Lori Eddy, David Ekland, Patrice Elder, Bly Emmans, Ruthie England, Jay Erickson, Tim Evans, Amy Fay, Lynne Fenton, Dennis Fernyhough, Cheryl Fish, Richard Fiss, Susan Fithian, Glenn Fletcher, Robert Foss, Joycelyn Fouhy, Dana Fraher, Maureen Frank, Dave Fredrickson, Lareen Froelich, Shelley Gangi, Cheryl Garrison, Tom Gayman, John George, Linda Gerry, Paul Gibson, Dale Goetz, Carey Goetzinger, Karl Gokey, Mary Golden, Annette Good, Linda Goodspeed, Brad Gores, Gerald Gorman, Robert Graham, Bruce Jerry Breed, with his natural expression. Laughter bursts forth as Debbie Heesch and Vanessa Paddock pass on to another class. Lf N ' l J L if Xi U x le' 3' U t H, Sz gigs-fx 1 x Ami? PM et lv 1 11-A N X- 5 as . 5 t ' is L 1' , in wr ,.-a1ne4.peezs' 111 xx- x 1lmx ef ,iw - nl1.x-mil, i..sl.1v, ,vii 5, i - v ,l ,, smile first, and- W JW M' 2 'f aim, 'I f if "" . i.,-he XX I f. ,M . ,, .nf -,, t ,vim A mf . , f vi ,1 "t, Q 5 K., , , My ww "fy , ., 3593121 ev . 'rf' W it ' wr J' I fi W, .5 X. , 5314 ' ' , 'V ' . g, 1.:gh.g,i,,,, 4 , f i ,. f fit wr f fwf - J , , 1, Y , A I Q f .f .A gg . .f , .. ,A Z ,gg Q 4, Kk,, Z A W , F 1 ig p if wx is eff H- .., : . , Z. 0 l 4 J , Z Y K , ,K . , .. "W Q -' ,. . ' ' 1?WY!'J??1 ', '2f .:::f-5.:. , N , 1 -ev al, A .f Y Lhxyga- ,fs W ,m.g,--,,,,,,k we J NLW23 ' I gc. 'W g f 4, . , We , " is ,pg 2 ,i -f V . X , . L.. V. f ,fa , mnww, W, J s J .., 1" ,L W 'h . 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Terry Hubert, Kay Huff, Debbie Hugo, Kathy Hume, Linda Hummel, Carol Hunter, William Hurley, Mike Irland, Marty Jackson, Dawn Jacobsen, Kristin Jacobson, Heidi Jameson, Jamie Jessen, Sharon Jewell, Richard Jobs, Joni fgfgs Q ww 'Q 1i hr: Tkh jgir' .L A ' K i , ' ' , if .. 1 X' S h . .. . M f? ' h l 5 T??5 . iig fi Q ...l. ' K - ' . -X . . Q.. 52 "'L. 5 ' 5 'Q' Agn ' 'A A' .W " dx... ' S -Q f . f H x 3' A nf.. m 'SA ' 3 . . - fi.. x 2 3 5 , y HX pn 0 X N as E 5 . . L, L- ,V,h f f Q V. .Y Lk K A ' -U '...,, 5 -- , 5 'X 24 Q7 K ' K! x .iik .- .-H , -.X pw? i I -.., 2 8.4 3 il wx, Q Q 2 W, .,,, . A32 ,,.... ,E mt in . f. ...-f f ' gf' we w , WU' Y :Q Y f 'fx A - - -N nh. - .Q , . .. .!. g N ,-. mei 5... . - ...J .- ,C ' ' 510. T vc ' X fy N- .. s- ,,.- A X B T i s y 5 .1 hi S, , 'ly X I 0 fn " Y ' mug jftzg 5 'ful B,-5 " . W ww -, . gl 'h" L A .f 1 Q Kgs "1k K Z, A K If .l' f N . S.: , ' 'bg Q ., H a w. gwms. fwwxm P QF 3 Y ., W . A V , A . . 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X ff- '55 Q ms W.. , 55,-'CQQ ix ,E -L 7' xx- 1 Johnson, Alicia Johnson, Daryl Johnson, Glenn Johnson, Steve Johnson, Terrie Johnson, Tim Jones, Aaron Jones, Gregory Jones, Virginia Juhnke, Lisbeth Jump, Leslee Junt, Denny Kelson, Jeannette Kiggins, Dean Klein, Patricia Kniskern, Kip Knopp, Michael Koeppler, Claudia Kokita, Steve Konsomo, Rose Marie Kooch, Janice Koska, Nancy Kraft, Kurt Krause, Jim Kurvink, William Lamb, Kristi Lamoreux, John Lane, Deborah Lang, Phil Laning, Belinda Larsen, Katherine Larsen, Kyle Larson, Cheri Larson, Denise Lavell, Jerry Lavielle, Michelle Leavitt, Julie Lee, Carole Lee, Terry Lemke, Steven Leonard, Susan Levack, Shawn Liddell, Diane Lindberg, Laura Linden, Wayne Little, James Lockwood, Gayle Loftelmacher, Mark Lonsdale, Dan Lord, Scott Lovre, Keeley Lundervold, Karen Lusk, Steven MacPherson, James Magnus, Mary Mahoney, Charlene Manning, Michael Manriquez, Rick Mark, Bradley Markley, John Marquette, Brian Marquette. Bruce Marshall, Mark Martinson, James Matheson, Lynne Matheson, Terry Mathisen, John Matthew. Ann Matthews, Wayne McCabe, William McCIung, Jett McClurg, Mark 4. 4 6 . iw if , el u 355 ' Q? t W :vp Si -. 3 3 ii ig, J V l 2 Clair Troftgru ben expresses an opinion to Linda Good while Terry Howard Lee Bowman and Kathy Post ignore them both if such a thing is necessary Kristin Jacobsen and Dave Frank move clear as Paul Wanzer lets off some steam 3 fl 1 if i a A McCullough, Connie McDonald, Colin McDowell, Jimmy McGuire, Susan McKenna, Dale McKiernan, Catherine McMiIlon, Beverly Merritt, Dan Metcalfe, Maureen Michels, Anita Michlik, William Mikkelson. Randy Miller, Gail Mills, Scott Minton, Brad Mitchell, Ron Mjelde, Tim Moehrle, Patrick Moffat, David Moore, Nancy Morefield, Jim Morgan, Judith Morley, Faye Morris, Catherine Morris, Susan Morse, Nancie Mount, Gary Mowery, Roy Mueller, Karen Murray, Claire Murray, Wayne Naval, Steve Nave, Nancy Neary, Michael Nelson, Dan Nettles, Tina Newman, Greg Newsom, Linda Nicholson, Sheila Norton, Valerie Notley, Janice Novak, Crystal Oakes, Willy O'Brien, Karen Oester, Linda Oester, Terry Olson, Dan Olver, Robert Jr. Onarheim, Jan Opstad, Pamela Orton, Janet Osley, Gregory Otto, Ricky Paasch, Lisa Paddock, Vanessa Palmer, Cheryl Palmer, Edmund Parker, Dave Parkins, Robert Parmelee, Jim Passmore, Jeannie Paulson, Mike Pederson, Wayne forgive first. K ig A K if ' - -8- :S ' P f V ' t 0" 1. fa-fl Qs. J fi -2. I if att x 'W Q E EX s C ... . ,Q ,.. 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K V .lg , Fw .., il , ,., lm ,S W A ,CLA ' .1 QI' 5224 J! R l , i ' QS- t ' 'Mr -1 X , " -, A 148!juniors N 4 ' 4 f 3' , f 1 'X x Sue Barclay and Jon Wentz, talk between classes. Jian Q , f 4 , ,. - mf? 4 4 X1 4 ,,,,. Na ,V a '12 f Y F! If .. .--wg -- ,W I ,1 , .WW 3 1 5 . , f L- ,V ac: if V Q! if 5 i'Y fi J 149!juniors Penz, Dave Perreault, Ralph Petersen, Ron Peterson, Susan Peterson, Vickie Polhamus, James Popoff, Anna Post, Kathy Potvin, Jeanna Pound, Shannon Ramsdell, Nanette Reed, Susan Reid, Martin Reimer, Ruth Rein, Denise Reinhart, David Remington, Colleen Rich, Ronnie Richter, Lori Rider, Rick Rikansrud, Glen Roberts, Cheryl Roberts, Jill Roberts, Marilyn Roberts. Martha Robinson, Jane Romine, Debbie Rosaia, Mari Rose, Elizabeth Rudberg, Paula Rueschenberg, Deb Rule, Laura Salzer, Tom Sanford, Brian Sargent, Bruce Sargent, Sherry Schellhase, Rich Schiller, Jayne Schmidt, Margareta A quiet couple reaching a decision. ,Q Q e .. ,,., so .. ,Q Tj fi, -sf. W. f , 113 1 I i .V 4. 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Qi, ii j , NN, X N5 ,, g,,l? ,,. , t of ,lfffwgr at S rr J Q will ,ei J ' n,, l 151!juniors i i, Schneider, Jeffrey Schneider, Robert Schroeder, Dewayne Schubert, Donna Schusted, Lee Ann Seiller, James Sellers, Sherry Shaffer, Matthew Silva, Carrie Simonds, Brad Sims, Eric Singleton, Regina Sinon, John Skau, Tracie Skelly, Jennie Skillingstead, Jack Skubovius, Lonn Smith, Angela Smith, Brent Smith, Gayle Smith, Scott Smith, Steven Snell, Martin Somerville, Karen Sorensen, Charles Spadafora, Gi na Spencer, Joyce Spiry, Mark Sprague, Randall St. Charles, Joseph Staats, Les Stebbins, Stephen Steffens, Mark Stevenson, John Stewart, Ellyn Stockman, Jeffrey Stone, David Strange, Tom Stream, Glen Sutter, John Sutton, Peggy Suydam, Joseph Svinth, Kathryn Swecker, John Swift, Steve Sword, Jeff Teller, Jeff Thomas, Robin Thorton, Joyce Tittle, Leila Towe, Eric Trask, Richard Treftz, Dale Troftgruben, Clair Trout, Kathleen Troyer, Douglas Urquhart, Kimberly VanHout, Suzanna VanLaak, Tom VanLiew, Sally Vance,Julie Vanous, Douglas Varney, Lynne Venters, Debra Voight. 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Seniors: This time called life was meant to share rf If Albert, Nancy Albright, Karen Alhadeff, Maurice Amtower, David Anderson, Cynthia Anderson, Deborah Anderson, Robin Anderson, Tim Arment, Nick Armstrong, Craig Arnold, Nancy Asplund, Craig Bagley, Robin Bailes, Brenda Bailes, Diane Bailey, Michael Bair, Denny Baker, Nora Baker, Stuart Ball, Deborah Bandy, Terrie Barlow, Pamela Ba rtlernay, Jerda Bash. Mark Bassett, Steve Baumgart, Pamela Beadell, Becky Bean, Margaret Beardslee, Lynn Bededeard, Louanne Bell, Matthew Benz, Connie Berggren, Walter Bergman, Jerry Berry, Sylvia 156!seniors pr 41 Tad Brenneman, senior class president? G Qfa Nw r sfff f f Jw W is 32 Y, 1 V k Q 'Z may , yii. A 5, fz?f, , ,:,,. f -if af , 3553. 43 QL -32 s fgffzgmzpwzfwf 2 2 1 Z f ABOVE: Linda Howard, senior class secretary. BELOW: Denise Mahoney, senior class vice-president. X'-wr 's 795 in is.. l59!seniors Bethman, David Beuthin, Holly Biesold. Ron Binnie, Mike Bjorklund, Kenneth Blais, Danny Bolender, Steven Bort, Dennis Boynton. Jeff Braach. Richard Bradley, Cheryl Brady, Cynthia Brauer, Debbie Brenneman. Tad Brisbane. Douglas Bristol. John Brooker, Cindy Brooks. Donna Brownell, Bonnie Bryan, Pam Buchanan, David Buck, Kevin Bueser, Susan Bullard, Dave Burnham, Patricia Burns, Wendy Burtis. Morri Ann Calabrese, Adele Calbom. George Cameron, Thomas Doug Viall demonstrates a popular pastime. Phil Thompson, senior class treasurer ss4Z i WJ ww, 16O!seniors 'TI n 'NV 'swf-S" Wai ,WS J 'A++-f 'ilsq Si 161fseniors Carlson, Gary Carlson. Jane Carnahan, Karen Carpenter, Terry Carroll, Peter Carter. Bob Carvo, Peter Case, Cheryl Case, Coleen Case, Lindy Caughey. Mark Caulley, Sheridan Chaffee, William Chandler, Beth Ann Christensen, Terry Church, Mike Claar, Annette Claunch, Gary Clifford, Sherry Coburn, Janice Cofield, Mike Conway, Richard Cook, Don Cowden, Carole Crahan, Walter Cramer, Larry Creighton, Scott Crowder, Alan Cruchon, Kim Cummings, Janet Www T ii 3 1" 'gg 5 ,. Qi xgktk if if - if ,gg , We arrive in this world alone Jon Lolley, ca ptured by a ray of sunlight, WAX' 'ilfx vs ,H- ax! 'P K F x ia gl gm: ,X I Q? X it , Tw Wk I Ny inf' 55-ff 13' - H ' if ' 1, ,f f, "M-: X 5 ' fi-:se - , 'tg 1 -h h e 7? ., 5 ' 7 ,,. ,, g -. .- w, 162!seniors Dahl Leann Dahliri Vivian Dangle Colette Daigle, Coleen Dallen, Jeffrey Dantzler, Barbara Davis, Aileen Davis, Alan Dawes. Janice Dawn. Mick DeJong, Alvin Dennis, Brian Derize, Bruce Dickman, Kristie Dickson, Jeff Digo, Marian Dills, Russell Dizard, Robyn Doering. Dale Dolacky, Denise Driever, Meri Dyrdahl, Brenda Easton, DeAnn Eberle, Michael Eddy, Thomas Edwards, Robert Eernisse, Douglas Ehle, Janice Ehle, Nancy Eickholt, Danielle Eickholt, Odette Eiffert, Dale Ekland, Nlarta Eldridge, Wade Elsey. Carol Emery, Scott Emmons, Nlichae Ewald, l'Larae Farmer, Denise Farrell, Gwynn Fedr, Vickie Fenner, Ray leen Fenton, Diane Fenton, June Fischer, Diane Fish, Kevin Fleming, Paul Foote, Arthur Foote, Mary Forner, Murphy Fossand, Barry Fotheringham, Ron Fox. Sheryl Frederickson, Sandy Friddell, Jerold Fuerstenau, Lisa Gann, Dennis Gann, Douglas Garvin, Charles George, Kathy Gettys, Paul Gibbs, Lori Gibeau, Vickie Gjersee. Brian Goetz, Leslie Goodspeed. Michelle Gould, Gyla Gouveia, Brett Graham, Scott Grambush, Kevin Grandon, Barbara Green, Gary Green, Richard Griffin. Cindy Grothe, Mark Gulley, Cynthia Gursley, Bob Gwin, Renee I-laase, Susan Haigh, Leslie Hall, Leonard Hamilton, Tim W9 A ,,,, , I .e fl 5' 't 5 fi . f . I Q K 1 is 492 gf, 5 aifiiel tiz f hw . IK, I ..,.V if -,E Q i ,4- U f i E I 5,5 I ii 164!seniors this time called life was meant to share Roger Long and Janice Dawes MV 0- N? "51,'l',f':r , i 1 X' f .- .gf?w f,:.,.,, '-13,-.a".'::.a'5Q.:.u wig' Q is :'3f-DM-s L 1-nw. -. , 1-24, azmgvia 165!seniors under the cover of the sta rs An exciting moment is mirrored in Marlene We 166!seniors 167!seniors Hammond, Ginger Hammond, Joni Hansen, Karen Hard. Susan Harding, Janice Harmon, Tina Harris, Elizabeth Harris, Sue Harris, Victoria Hatcher, Mark Hatfield. Ginger Hautval, Frederic Haworth, Juanita Hay, Jeanine Haydeen, Larry Haydon, Frank Hayes, Denice Heal, Sharon Hebrank, Suzanne Heaton, Paul Hefford, Barbara Heinriclmvincent Hickok, Edward Hlnrichs, Dan Hiskin, Peter Hjelm, Cheri Hoover, Pam Horn, Mary Jo Howard, Douglas Howard, Jon Howard. Linda Howell, Barbara Hoxie, Lonette Huff, Barbara Hugo. Robert Hummel, Larry Humphries, Ann Hunting, Paul Isaacson, Peter lttner, Joel 168!seniors mis under tne cover of tne sun fermented into eternity C27 D G gnbors. Rlcky Notley, and Mark Johns share a ok thelr way to class. 69 ,gin-in 'Q ww ' - -fe there lies a precious moment of time we call life 4 .. ,, . X I I if-1 : hu Y i 1 c xiii, , "1 iv , f ,, J v fi ' . f " 'Ezff'g,:g,,, 5,45 4 4' ., :ct F 5, god' . ww -- f ' 1' Q v l .rf A, ,amd . ,ew F QQ. ,yrrv .Mu A , wwf' ly , HW A54 1 7 ' fr 1 V mf' 9 N V ' QQ!-7 if 'Wt'-7 , wt? LS' -Lf! " I ' 512+ 3, " ' "" 4 - :"','Pf 'Ka' 'MQWQ ' A fr 5' '- N ' -' I ,QQ-ull? L 'x , , , ' ,fifty s, ' y '5Ul":"7 . ' wif Ap ' 'M WY!!-vw . 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Vivian Dahlin I 170!seniors ,4-. -r' FQf'X 1, . ,W , , .r HQ J . fy, , 17" 1 , mf llfml qs v if I " ' ,A , i LX, 1 f 9 ' 4,92 1 J lgi if V wg: 3 . :,,2 11,, ,,,7 I L,,. , fa :Q . A Y 11 , ta J Wi , will X ,I N A f , 5 795, ' Q' i' . ,s 22 ,f-4' " , If 5 X V ---f"" l is A ' I li X! U by 1 N Q' .,,,,, a l yr' 'wr ,, - -E I X . , I 2 ' v 1 " 1 ' - V1 v Q fit' firm I fm 43 9 , i3 W 'lb 6 5 ,lg ' f W,.,.!,, A.,,A . ll 3 W W f i 171!seniors if Jackson, Jeanne Jamsa, Kal Jerden, Jan Johns, Mark Johnson, Wendy Johnson, Howard Johnson, Mark Johnson, Randy Johnson, Timothy Jovanovich. Beth Kain, Debra Karsten. Kathy Kearney, Mark Kelly, William Kercher, Jim King, Deborah King, Gary Kleparek, Louann Kniffen, Karen Kominowski. Michele Kooch. Joan Korsmoe, Kelvin Kraft, Gail Kriedeman, Coleen Krotzer. Randy Kostelecky. Debbie Kuczynski, Julee Kushman, Karen Lackner, Kathy Lamb. Rebecca Lamb, Sandra Lamp, Gary Lang, Susan Lasswell, Thomas Latimer. Sue Laubacher, Monte Leary, Jay Leatherman, Charles Ledbetter, Nick Leigh, Wendy Lein, Shelley Levick, Mark Lilyblade, Linnea Lolley, Jon Long, Roger Loomis, Deborah Loomis, Larry Loughlin, Cary Lovre, Kevin Luck, David Lyme, Kirk McClung, Becky McConkey, Fred McCormick, Debbie McCully, Tom McDaniel, Susan McGuire, Bob McKillop, Don McKnight, Karen McLaughlan, Jack Mahan, Neena Mahoney, Denise Malone, Michael Marshall. Leon Martin, Nancy Mason, Devin Mathers, Sheryl Matiss, Vita Maulden, Bill Mehaffey, Anne Mennie, Donald Mernin, Debbie Metcalfe, Tim Metli, Kim V ww in DeJong practices on his over- -91" rw sized guitar. Pam Hoover, distracted for a moment from her ch Hog ' fi 4 oir activities Q, "" " i W s f? Z' si 1? 3, ig -e, ,.,....,..s,,, gi lr ,S 4 Kevin Fish works diligently. 173!seniors Ya I L Q , , Dwight Thompson and Cheryl Fox cou nt profits. .l fy Students group around a tasty attraction: watermelon J 5 in 7 1' 23,2 , fr ,.rN r. A , 1 ' K KH , w ' '52, Q 1 W . K "' "3 7 I , , ,, ,, I - ,J I .,-it Lk W X t at , , all .,,' QW 'fs Q ts .A as N ,, , ,, 174!seniors we are given minds to discover Z. V fy fn ff ., I , 4 K 3 QM 1 4 , ,.,:, .kj f G W 1 A 'wif .. , i.-' it-ffr' LQ , i fi 5 W 175!seniors Meyer, Karen Michaelson, Peggy Miller, Jim Miller, Kurt Miller, Pat Miller, Becky Mills, Susan Misken, Sylvia Moeller. Julie Moeller, Kevin Moffat, Patty Monson, Craig Moore, Ralph Moran, Theresa Morefield, Jack Morford, Lorie Murtha, Laurie Myers. Scott Myhre, Kathy Naval, Jeff Neighbors, Loren Newell, Debra Nichols, Toby Noonan, Greg Nordean, Mike Norton, Marlene Notley, Rick Nu namaker, Karson Oberlander, Charlie Odman, Pam Oebser, Alan Oeffner, Mary Ann Oliver. Joe O'NeaI, Debra O'NeaI, Terry Palmer, Steven Parisi, Allan Passmore, Mike Pastula, Michael Patterson, David Paulson, Douglas Pedersen, Celia Pederson, Wanda Penney, Karen Perry, Pam Peterson, Beth Petterson, Susan Pettyjohn, Angela Pilant, Terry Pina, Marci Pinnell, Terry Plumlee, Cynthia Poolman, Peter Porter, Mark Powell, Laurie Ragland, Cheryl Randall, Linda Rankin, Mary Ramm, Bev Rasmussen, Jan Rayback, Michele Reagan, Thomas Reifers, Scott Rein, Jerry Reinhardt, Joan Remmereid, Janet Reque, Jamie Reynolds, Susan Richards, Robert Richmire, Bernice if Y 'sf Gail Kraft poses for a picture with help from Jeff Naval. iz..- 1' N' ,v,,,- ' W ' 1 , . J.. . i . L - I - V. gt i ' sae-N1 , 3 x ' i . A if ,. , 2 .x ii: , i 1 i. ,,-1. ' ff! Wawineton Si'fEzf9,U.S.A. Ju i El ' i . . f .T if f I 5 "f :l,.-j':yz'+f?4'fj,3 K 5122? 2352 Senior lounge activities often include "educated" reading. Riley, Kathleen Robbins. Bill Roberts, Anne Roberts, Diane Roberts, Jan Robertson, Heidi Rohland, David Rollins, Darby Romine, Larry Roumonada, Phil Rowe, Charlene Ruiz, Cathy Russell, Dale Sager, Scott Sanders, Roberta Sanford, Joni Sargent. Don Saxton, Anne Scheide, Celia Schneebeli, Joanne Schneider, Marilyn Schnoberger. Pam Schwab, Robert Schwartz, Russ Schwartz, Kent Scott, Kelly Seal, Howard Seelig, Sandra Shackelford. Theresa Shepard, Michele xx HX ,vo , curiosity to gain knowledge QTY? ,s 178!seniors F. ll 2 ""'X.., g,,..A X sa' i 3 . l.- K tx 5 A S 5. ,. . N few.. ww 'K if ik Lui QLEFTD Just before final check Randy Johnson and Paul Heaton try to figure out if the classes they got are the ones with the least amount of work, while Barb Howell and Debbie Newell wait for their decision. CBELOWJ School isn't all hard work. Colleen Case knits quietly while waiting for the next group of students to come running through the library to register. QLEFTD AI Oebser tries to figure how much longer his good old car will last or if he ought to get the one that looks like such a good buy. ,,, lf' ,,,.f' ,av it ,J Sheppard, Kevin Shook, Debbie Shook, Randy Shreve, Debbie Sikorra, Mary Simerka, Roger Sims, Leanne Sims. Linda Sinon, Cathy Sinon, Connie Skelly, Tim Slack. Janet Smith, Brian Smith, Deborah Smith, Susan Smith, Sydney Smith, Theresa Soden, Linda Sofie, Michelle Somerville, Mark Sovold, Pamela Spearow, Sylvia Sprague, Brad Springer, Debbie Stannek, Diane Ns is tw . P555 5 , .S 1 . ,,,. A .i ' T i, . 1 31 S it sie, 1 L i S .iiii -5 ikzif s arf' insight to build ,Av , W ser! -:uf l fr 1 f f E 18O!seniors it 'Jkk ' ' 3, j',,X , k ' ' 1..." . 'M A Q V i K mg it ' ,Q, ""' ' - f ',:, , " YW - ,AQ i fiffi I D. r L,Ai ' ' ., ' V K ri g ' V h 6' ,ff is ,X 0 ' rrrr , y 'W ' i ' L ' ,i fi N Q o r s 1, UW W mi Z ' Nj -,,,i,,, -y ,, h h A fi. If 2 'Ing' Q it K 'iw Q' . '?"A 4 M' 5 , iif J ,, i M., ....,,, ..,,., - ,,,A,, . .,.., ,,,. ,...,.. . , V 'V A - A. ap, V, Qi 181 ' i . i ,i..l,-W, Vik,-53, 53 , -. A. - , f 0 1 mpvhpl t , i 9755 f'f"55C,, "if, J ,V-f ., WW. we-3 ., . L , , , W e A . Q . , 1? i it i ' 1 I' ' M. , W A ,i 1,5 is ti i . V mg ' f -f CABOVEJ "Darn muddy feet, and I just washed my cross country sweat suit," complains Jack McLaughlin CLEFTJ Debbie McCormick and Wade Eldridge talk about their summer while Mr. Nichols, Mr. Gordan and Nlr. McKay discuss the problems of registration. IEEE'-i?EEi:,:53' i 'Y' N ' -2 -:ssaiiwsxfr WN .. X YT,-'L - ,j-N k, N V 3, , K K vs. if Q aw 3 Q QQW Q i he 2 , X Q f 1 ,, A., , i Q . w, i m,,x,, L, Tim Johnson and Mike Huttenlocker show their true feelings for each other. 182!seniors :,v A 9 4 faminfg' fzv Emotions to communicate our feelings ' x L 1 -ca- ...Hx was 183!seniors Staples, Terri Steckman, Sue Stefano, Larry Stevens, Janis Stevens, John Stockman, Janice Straight, David Street, David Struzenburg, Janet Sullivan, Linda Sumpter, Bill Sutton, Barbara Suver, Holly Swanson, Keith Sweet, Cameron Sweet, Neil Sword, Laney Tanner, William Teller, James Thomas, Corene Tucker, Jeanne Thompson, Dwight Thompson, Philip Toler, John Trout, Linda Tflnnerman, Lydia Tutino, Greg Uhl, Debbie Underhill, Barb Updegratf, Mary Jo Valencia, Nannette Van De Vord, Hal Vande Vorde, Diana Van Gasken, Kathy Van Hout, Gwen VanMechelen. Becky Vlall, Douglas Vick, Edith Vining, Brian Walker, John and m OVGITIG Walker, Kathleen Wallace, Ron Wanzer, Greg Warner, Wesley Wasson, Bruce Weaver, Mary Jane Weholt, Carl Wentz, John West, Craig Westerdahl, Keith Westfall, Marlene Whetsell, Wendy Whisler, Rych White, Mark White, Virginia Whitner, Barrie Wiest, Deb Wilburn, Hiram Wilde, Carol Williams, Susan Winkler, Kathy Wittner, Lyle Wittner, Lynn Wold, Sherry Woo, Dick Wood, Richard Wright, Judy Yockey, Stan Young, Tracey Harris, Shelly nt through our physical body .i nfi x , I l , I 184!seniors rg. 185!seniors QLEFTJ Senior tennis shoes hard at work. CBELOW7 Wendy Burns concentrates on her assignment. WILL AN APPLE A DAY... .. Get you an "A"? Have you ever wondered why people get good grades and others never quite make it? Or how ten seniors manage to get higher grades than the rest of the 51O? Juniors, sophomores, listen to the Six Secrets ofthe Super Student or How to Make the Grade. 1. Stock up on the biggest, juiciest apples you can find. 2. Make a point of laughing at your teachers iokes, even if you're the only one. 3. At least LOOK attentive in class. CTeachers love students who are bright-eyed and bushy-tailedj And hope you don't get called on. 4. Don't smart off when you know the teacher's in a bad mood. 5. Make if sound as if you know what you're talking about-ten to one they won't catch on. 6. Skip class only when you can get away with it! The distinction of being among the top ten seniors acedemically, results not only from strict emulation ofthe Six Secrets ofthe Super Student, but more realistically from quality of work accomplished. 2 it a 4' Kathy VanGasken Anne Mehaffey Doug Viall Colette Daigle Joni Sanford Joan Kooch Pam Baumgart Pete Hisken 186!seniors wiht r - 1 T Q13 Dave Bullard appointed to the Naval Academy, and an alternate for the Air Force Academy was also one of the top ten seniors. C23 Toby Nichols races to his high achievments in his senior year. He was one of the top ten, received an Air Force Academy appointment, and was a finalist in the Westinghouse Science Talent Search. C35 Science was also a main activity for Gary Claunch, Jerry Fridell and Russ Dills in their senior year. Along with Toby Nichols, they were among the top ten finalist in the state for the Westinghouse Science Talent Search. Gary was among five Washington State students to place among the 300 best in the nation. ' , ' ' A 1 ras,-Q 187!seniors .mi- ,N EW! -A- . Abraham, Bruce 3a,57,78,79, I 102,138 ' . ' f Abraham. Dave 78.1293 j ' Abramson, Mr.'Ron38 ' f ' Adair, Mike 138 ' - 1 1 ' it Adams.William 74.1381 ADMINISTRATIDN 124131. ,fl flifff Ahartz. Debra 138 1 ' r j, E Akason, Cindy 120 y -- Albert. Nancy 156. . T. Albin,John 61,1384 7 f Albrecht, Mrs. Betty 28 i, " Albrecht, Nancy 67.113871 17, Albright,Gary120 - 5 Albright. Karen 156 ' ' Alderman, Darcy 138 Alexander, Cheryl 138 Alhadelf, Maurice 69,156 AIix.Sabrlrla120 Allen,J'anet 105.120 Allen, Mark 79,138 Allison, Kevin 120 Alllngsan, Rick 15,72,138 Amerlde. Allan 138 Amsler, Jerra n 138 'Amtower,'David 156 Amtower, Lisa 120 Anderegg, Paul 138 Anderegg, Pa ul 138 Anderson, Amy 138 Anderson, Anita 138 Anderson, Cynthia 156 Anderson. David 121, Anderson. Deborah 157 Anderson, Eric 61Q79,121 Anderson, Kay 121 A Anderson. Lee 57,72,102,138 Anderson. Patricia 138 -V Anderson, Robert 120 V- Anderson, Robin 157' ,'-1 A Anderson,Scott 1207 . .i Anderson,rTeresa 138 ',,,jj'j. I Anderson, Thomas '120 F ,yi Anderson, Timothy 156gjf 5? ' I Anderst.' Erika 1,38 1 ,',' f Anderst, Eugenie, 120? Andrus. Laurie 138. "f, , Angle, Diane 62,138 Anson, Ron 120 Arment. Nick 3,318,117,156 Armstrong, Craig 156 Armstrong. Dave Eugene 74,138 Arney, Daye 74.138 Arnold. Edwin 79,102,138 Arnold, Ken 138 ' Arnold, Nancy. 156 Arnold Mrs, Ruth 23 ARTS 81 CRAFTS 24-25 453.441 Asmundson, Betty 138 Asplund. Craig 156 Atkins, Cheri 71,120,124 -B- Baever, Bruce 120 Baever, Richard 138 Baever. Trudy 138 Bagley, Janis 105.121 Bagley. Robin 101.157 Bailes, Brenda 74,157 Bailes, Diane 74,156 Bailey, John 121 Bailey. Michael 68,156 Bain, Catherine 121 Bair, Denny 72,156 Bair. Karen 120 Baker. James 120,138 Baker, Jim 61.78 Baker, Mary 120 Baker, Nora 156 Baker, Stuart 99.156 Baker, Wendy 62,120 Ball. Deborah 157 Ballew. Linda 120 Ballew, Mike 138 Bandy,Terrie157 Barber, Robert 120 Barhuti, Eddie 120 Barclay, Susan 139,149,153 Barker. Catherine 139 Barlow. Barbara 121 Barlow, Karen 139 Barlow. Pamela 106,156 Barnes. Douglas W. 71,139,153 Barr, Mr, Roger 32.153 Barrett. Amanda 139 Ba rrett, Gary 78,79,139 Bartlernay. David 121,134 H 13 Bai-tlemay, Jerda 156 rrBartlett, Mr. Jon 48 Barton, Brian 139 Barton, Daniel 121 Barton, Rhonda 74,120 ,, "i', Bash, Mark 156 Bash. Michael 72,120 ' iBAsksreALL, 78-aa Bassett, Marjorie 138 Bassett,,Steve 70.156 Bauer, April 138 Bauer, Jody 120 Baumgart. Pamela 117,156 Beadell. Becky 157 Beadell, Rosemary 139 3ean, Billie Jo 120 Bean, Margaret 157 . Beardslee, Lynn 156 Beaupre, Robert 139 ' ,f 1 Becker. Miss Joyce 28,49 ' g Bededeard, Luanne 113,156 ' Behrrnann,Chris 139 V Bell. Darcy 120 Bell, Matthew 156 Belleque, Deanna 139 Beniamin. Dennis 120 Benner. Howard 120 Bennett. Doug 139 Bennett, Michael 139 Benson, Laurie 139 Benson. Stanley '121 Benz. Connie.i156 Berdan, Miss Marian 38,39 Berggren,,Mike 121 Berggren. Walter 156 Bergin, Debra 121 Bergman. Jell 57,120 Bergman. Jerry 157 Bergman. Mike 138 Bergman, Thomas 138 Bergquist, Jeff 57.71.139 Bernard, Bambi 117.139 Bernard. Mr. Dennis 23 Berry, Fred Berry. Sylvia 157 Bertrand. Daniel 120 Bertrand. Robert 139 Bertsch. Brian 139,141 Bethman. David 115,117,158 Bethman, Kurt 115,117,120 Bethman, Pamela 64,120 Betzirla, Todd 139 Beuthirl. Holly 158 Beuthirl. Stanley 57.72.120 Beuers,Michael 120 f, Biesold. Ronald 159 Biggs. Alan 139- Binnie. Linda 139 ' Binnie. Michael 159 ' Bishoif, Mr. Dennis 37,111 ,V 5 Bjelland, Carol 120 r ' Biorklung. Kenneth 159 ' , Black. Philip 121 Blais. Danny 159 Blake. Bennet 140 Blake, Susan Block, Patricia 121 Body. Lori 106,121 B0lEnd9if.'Steven 158 Bombgaugh. David 140 Booth, Mark 57,140 Borger. Ardee141 Bort, Dennis 5357.158 Bort, Michael J.,57,141 Borawick. Joan 120 Borland. Gregory 72.120 Boschert. Bruce Robert aosrwiolemicnael 141 Bowen, Michael Bowrnan.'l.ee 141,147,192 Boyle, shawn 51,141 Boynton. Jeff 159 BOY'S CLUB, 98-99 Braach, Nancy 120 Braach, Richard 52,57,102,159 Bradley. Cheryl 159 Bradley. Mary 17 Brady. Cynthia 159 Brady. Edward 120 Braget. Robert 120 Brannon, Rickie 140 Brauer. Bruce 120 Brauer. Debbie 158 Breed, Jerry 54,57,79,1D2.140, 144 I Breed. Terry 120 . . . Brennernan. Kelley 74,121 . . Brenneman. Mr, Richard 46.74 Brennernan. Susan 74,121 ' f Brenneman, Tad 57,102,157,158 Breuer. Jacqueline 121 'i Breyer. Thomas 120 , ' A Briggs,Lynnette120 V ' Brinkerhoit. Babara 62,140 Brinkerhofl, Susan 120 Brisbane, Douglas 159 Bristol. John 159 Britt. Shauna Lee 120 Brooker, Cynthia 159 Brooks, Donna 159 . Brown. Carol 120 Brown, Cheryl 120 Brown, Kerry 57,117,141 Brown. Scott 78,120 Brown,fSharon 140,141 1 Brown,Timothy141 Yl3rowneli..Bonnle 30.158 Broinowskl, ElizabfLisa1 62,141 Broznovrski, Mrs. Gwen Brumbaugh,Jerl121 A Brunetfe. Darrah 141 Bryan, Pam 158 Buchanan, David 159 Buchanan.Julle121 Buck, Kevin 74.159 Buck. Maureen '140 Buckingham. Eric 121 Budworth. Derek 59.140 Bueser. HerbertCEdwardl 79. 123 Bueser. Susan 770,159,192 BUSlNESS AND DlSTRlBU'l'lVE EDUCATION 26-27 Bullard. David 159 Bullock, Karen 123 BuCkIund,Patricla141 Burnham, Patricia 158 Burns. Colleen 141 Burns. Joy 123 Burns. Wendy 158.185 Burrow. Kevin 141 Burtis, Chris 78,123 Burtis, Morrl Ann 159 Burton, Julie 123 Bushnell, Richard 123 Butler. Robin 72.123 my Coonileld, Lynn 123 Byers, Dorothy 16 -C- Caddock,,Nancy141 Calabrese. Adele 159 ,Delborn:George 159 Cal born, Susan 141 Caidweli. Marjorie 105.123 Caldwell. Robert 79,141 Callow, Diane 123 Calderon, Delia 123 Cameron, Ralph Carrleron,Thornas 159 Campeau. DanV123 Carlsen. Mr. Russel 36.37 Carlson. Gary 161 ' Carlson, Jane 161 Carlson, Pat 140 Carlson. Randy Carlson, Mr. Russell 1d,48 Carlson, Steven 140 Carmichael. Brenda 99,141 Carmichael, Greg 78,123 Carnahan, Jeanie 64,141 Carahan, Karen 161 Carpenter, Terry 161 Carroll, Pete 161 Carter. Bob 79.161 Carter. Debora 123 Carpine. Sandra 141 Carvo. Donna 123 Carvo, Peter 161 Case. Ch Case. Co eryl 161 lleen161.179 Case, Lindy 101,161 Casey, Elaine 141 Caughey, Mark 55,102,161 CauIley.Sherldan161 Cavanau Cavett. 5 gh. Garry 123,132 usan 141 Cawthon. Ronald 140 . H Chaffee. Thomas 123 Chaffee, Willial'n,99.161 Chandler. Beth '161' Chase.Craig 123 Chase.-Mark C, 140 Chasegionl 140 CHEERfSTAFFe10841O9 Qheever,ACathy,141 CVHESSCLUB 114-115 Chittenden, Kevin 123 Chiiisierisen. Carol 141 Christensen, Terry 161 Christdphersen. Debra 117,140 Church. Mike 161 Churchill. Jeti 122,140 Churchill. John Claar, Annette 105.113,161.3b Clark. Barry 122 Clark. Mark 141 Claurlch, Gary 161 g Clement, Mr. Frank 38 Clement. Richard 140 Clement. Robin 122 Click, Mr, Elmer 27 Clifford, Colleen 141 Clifford. Sherry 161 Clifton. Robert 122 Clinton, Joe 59.141 Coburn. Janice 161 Cockrell, Mark 33.78.122 Colield, Mike 57.99.127.161 Coiield. Monty 122 Cohn, Jonathan 72,140 Colburn, Ed 140 Collins. Joann 140 C0lIins,Kin'l141 Collins, Marilyn 64 Command, Mr, Mel 28.61 Condotta. Cary 123 Conway. Richard 74,161 Cook. Don 161 COOK. Rod 141 COOKSAND CUSTODIANS I6-17 Cooley,-Robin 140 Cooper, Lex 123 Connolly, Nancy Ann 140 Cornelius, Lawrence 123 COUNSELING 14-15 Counter, Jeff 140 Courtier, Burt Allen 141 Cowden. Carole 161 Cowden. Mir:haelR, 141 Crahan, Karen 123 5 Crahan, Walter 161 Cramer, Larry 18.161 Crandall. Stephen 72,142 Crane. Kenneth 123 Creek. James 123 Creighton, Scott 74.161 Crews, Scott 122 crasi. Bruce 72,117,142 A ' CROSS COUNTRY 58-59 , Cross, Kim 142 Crowder, Alan 161 Cruchon, Kim 57,161 Cutfel. Mr. Bob 45 Cummings. Eugene 122 ' Cummings. Janet 161 Cunningham. James 143 Cur0.Mrs.Trudi14L ' ' Curran, Michael 7899.122 Curtin, Jerry 22.122 -D- Dahl, Chris 79,143 Dahl, LeAnn 51,162 Dahlin, Vivian 162.170 Dangle, Colette 97.162192 Dalgle, Colleen 97.163 Dallen. Jeffrey 47.57.163 Daly, Mark Lee 143 Dangerfield, Sebastien 122 Daniel, Pamela 122 Danielson. Mark Dantzler, Barbara 163 Dantzler, Colleen 143 Datson, Mr. Jerry 74 Davis, Aileen 163 Davis. Alan 162.192 Davis. David 123 Davis, Heidi Lynn 123 Davis. Keith 99.143 Davis. Linda 143 Davis, Rebecca 143, Dawes. Janice 162,165 Dawn. Mark 162 i DeAnda. Aaron 115.123 DeDominces, Cindy 109.142 DeJong. Alvin 163,173 DeSilva, Howard 142 DeWitt. Deanne 142 Dewitt. Randy 143 Dekker. Linda 143 Delgatty, Marvel L. 143 DeMarre, Jenelle Denney, Kristin 123 Dennis, Brian 163 Dennison. Paula 123 Derize, Bruce 57.70, 102.163 DesLaurier, Dan 143 Dickman, Kristie 51,163 Dickson, Jeffery 162 Dickson, Lisa 123 Digo. Marian 50,162 Dillard, Shaun 74.143 Dillon, Brenda 123 Dills.RUsSefll'i,1 15,162 Dlmmitr, David 143 Dizardrftobyin 163 D030-Q5'?eKeU'il22 Dodd,.Cihdy 1522 Dodson,iDdrii'ia 122 'Doeriixg.iDale' 74,163,192 Dolacky, Denise 163 Donahoe,fEstl'ter 16 Dotson, Mr. Jerry 47 Dougherty,,Dawn 4a,102.143 Douglasswilliam 142 Driever. Meri 163 DRILL TEAM 106107 Driskell, Michael 78,122 Dumais, Neil 122 Dunne. Richard G. 142 Dunstan, Kent 142 Du rra noe, Dan 74,122 Durrant, Dianne 123 Durrant. Jill 143 Dutton, Shelley 123 Duval. Lori 64.143 Dye, Denise 123 Dyrdahl, Brenda 162,192 .E- Easton. DeAnn 64.162 Eberle, Michael 162 Eberle. Susan 123 Eddy. David 143 Eddy. Denise 123 Eddy, Elizabeth 105.123 Eddy, Thomas 163' Edwards. Gary 1-23 Elilwilrds, Robert 163 E' i' .RD l 57 74,102 6 .Qf1T',53?.. ,Qligai - -1 3 : 192i 5. 'ff 1 ' Q, - .1 Jeliigtgerfnfz- Emi sr 38.1 15 'srireylaiiice-fr,sa.192 1 4 fr 'fgnle:gNancy:9,30.101.162,192 Y 1 'j5iQknQ.l'g.,iQabnlelle 162 . Elckholt,1Odettef162 Fliffert, Dale '-63 A Ekland. Marta 163 Ekland.Patrica14-3 Elder, Bly 143 ' Elder. Marialyce 122 Eldridge, Wade 163.181 Ellington. Lawrence 122 Ellis, Lisa 19 Elsey, Carol 163 Elsey, Rochelle 122 Elvrom. Jeanine 122 Emery. Sam 72.122 Emery. Scott 4d,72.162 Emmans. Ruthie 143 Ernmons,Michaeleen162 Emmor'ns,Patrlck122 England, Jay 143 ENGLISH 28-31 Erickson, Paul 78.123 Erickson, Tim 142 Escott, Terri 123 Eslinger. Teresa 123 Evans,Amy 113,117,142 Ewald. Gregory 111,123 Ewald.l'Larae162 -p- FACULTY AND ACADEMICS 11,48 Fagnon, Mr. Lou 28 -Gibbs, Lori 164, 16-2a Fergus, Match 153 Farmer, Denise 163 Farrell, Gwynn 163 Farris, Mrs. Rosalie 38 Earris, Mr. Terry 48 ,Fey.kLynne 142 -Fedr. Elizabeth 123 f,Fedr. Vickie 163 Feliman. Gregory 123 Fenner, James 123 Fenner. Ray 163 Fenton. Diane 97,164,192 Fenton, Dennis 143 Fenton,June 105,164 Ferguson, Kelly 124 , . ' Fernyhough. Cheryl 106.1481 Fischer.CoIleen 124 5 2 Fischer. Diane 164 Fish, Kevin 164,173 Fish, Patrick 124 Fish, Richard 143 Fisher..Scot't 39.125 J Fiss,rSusan 113.143 1 Fithian,Glenn 72,143 ' I 1 Fitzsirnons. Alice 125 Flanaas. John Fleming, Paul 59.164 , Fletcher, Robert 99.1 17,143 FlYf1'i5P?'1'1Y-'U l25, .Q .J . F OQTBALL 52-57 , ,ff,, Foote. Arthur 165 1 4 ' f Foote, Mary 105,109,165 FOREIGN EXCHANGE 112-1 13 FOREIGN LANGUAGE 3233 Murphy 99.1.65 Forsloi,-M rs. Bev 29.55.315 Forslilnd. Mrs. Frances71Q3 Foss, Joycelyn'-143, Fossand, Barry 52,164 Foster. Helen 125 ' Foster, Mr. Todd 17 Fotheringharn,,Ron,164 Foiherlnghamgfvonne 36.125 Fouhy, Dana 61.Q9,102.142 Fox. Sheryl 21.164174 Fraher, Maureen 106,142 Frank, Dave 142.147 Frederlckson, Laureen 143 ' Frederickson, Sandra 164 Ffriddell.Jerold 164 , Froelich, Shelley 143 . .f 'E Fuerstenau,i'ILisa 70,106,164.r192 Fuller, Mr.Mike 28.68 I ' 1 1 'j Gageuiaiieen 125 . -, Gangi, Cheryl 143 Galli, Lawrence 111.125 Ganrl. David 124 Gannlqennis 165 Gann,-,Douglas 165,1691 V - Garlokiki Larry 78.11241 Garrison, Miss D'oIly'El2f " T . Garrison, Tom 143 Garvin, Charles 164' : Gasser. Greg 124 F J Ggayman. John 143 Geiihel Don ha 1.25.1 i eearge,Kafnyi1e4, Q I George,Linda 143' 1,,- I Gerry, Paul 79.1.43 Gettys, Joseph 125 Gettys, Paul 164 ' Gibbs Robert .125 'Gibeau.'Vickie4iK64 Gibson, Dale'57J142 GIRLS CLUB 100101 GIRLS SWIMMING 62-63 Gieile. Cafieen 105,125 Glersee. Brlani1d,47,61,78,79 102.165 f? .,,- . Gladtill. Susan'125 G-lennoni Mid James 48.1a,56,67 Goetz. Carey 57,142 Goetz. Leslie 165 Goetzinger, Karl 59,142 Gokey. Mary 143 Golden, Annette 105.143 Golden, David 125 Golden. Patricia 64.125 GOLF 6061 Gonvers, Mr, Chris 43 Gordon. Mr, Tom 13.181 Good. Linda 143,147,192 Goodspeed. Brad 143 Goodspeedjhticheli 165 Gores. Gerald,79, 143 Gorman. Chuck 124 , Gorman. Robert 74,143 Gould. Gyla 164 . Gouveia. Brett 115.164 Gracy. Roy 124 Graham, Bruce,g143 Graham: Janet 144 Graham. Janice'144 Graham, Scott 164. ,ff , Grambush. Kevin 61.164 ' Graham. Sheila 144 K Grainger, Jeanne 125 g Grandon, Barbara 164 I Grandon, Celia 24 cram, ivir. George:ia,aa,7s,79, 102 , V , , I Graves. Cindy 145.151 Graves. Lorraine 145 - Graves, Patricia '125 Gray, Karen 105.145 - G'ieer'i.fGary 165' Q 5. C Green, Mr. George,38 , ' Green, Richard 165 1 Gregores, Andrea 145 Grieb, Kurt 125 1 Griffin. Colleen fConnie1 145 Griffin, Cynthia 1552 Gtoss, Jeanne 125- . Grothe, Mark'4ifi5f64 5 Gulley, Cynthia 105,164 - Gunsul. Mr. Clo 57 Gursley. Bob 36' Gwin. Lane 125 G-win, Renee,164 Gwin. Shannon 145 Haase, Susan 25.105.109.164. 155 . . 1 Hagberg,fJack 74.125 ' . Haig,iMiS3'3ijdy 28 ' Haigh.'lQesi'ie 117.165 ' Hall. Geri 144 Hall. Karen M. 144 '- Hall. Leonard 57.165 Hall, Lesta 124 Ha,ii,'l,5india 124 . Haldigenald 11 1,'1.15,1,24r l-Ialvorsoni Janise 1 f Hamiiton. Pam 1255 if A Hamilton. Timi57.165' ' ' Hammett, Denise 145 Hammond. Mr, George 47 Hammond. Gingerj,1,67, A Hammond, Joni167, Hammond, Kevin 125 Hanneman, Carol 125 Hansen, Donald 125 Hansen. Jon 125 , Q1-lansen, Karen 167 Hanson, Cynthia 125 Hanson. Theodore 61,102,117 145 f -gf Hairried, Judy 145 Q Hard, Susan 167 Harding, Janice 167.192 Hardman. Jeffrey 61,125 Harmon, Michael 74,124 Harmon, Tina 167 Harpe r, David 124 Harris, Cindy 124,129 Harris, David 125 Harris Harris Harris .Elizabeth 167 , Linda 145 .Shelley 24,185 Harris. Sue 167 Q Harris Victoria 167 Hassler, Beth 106,145 Hatcher, Mark 167 Hatfield, Ginger 167 Hattaway, Barney 145 Hautval, Frederic 36. 113, 144,167 Hawkins, Bruce 125 Haworth. Juanita 167 Hay, Jeanine 167 Haydeen, Larry 167 Haydeen. Laurie 144 Haydon, Frank 167 Hayes. Denice 167 Hayes. Kevin 144 Hays. Paul 125 Headland, Sdott 125 Heal, John 125 I Heal, Sharon 68.71,101.1'67 Heaton, Paul 167.179 Hebard, Rick Hebeqling, John 125 Hebfaiikj Suzanne 167 Hedviail,'Mr, Don 12 Heesch, Debra 144,145 Hefford. Barbara 168 Hegna, Jim 125 Hbim, La Jean 145 -Heinrich. Mark 124 Heiiiiiich, Vincent 74,168 Hendricks, Dixie 145 Heinzel. Susan 124 Henry. Cheryl 124 -Herbert. Sonia 145 Herrin. Rick 145 ,.,.,.,,,3Eiiatt, Ruth Ann 145 'l"i'l?ifH.iCkel, John 125 'i-lickok. Edward 168 Hieronymus. Scott 144 Higgins, Dale 125- 1 Higgins, Jane 142.144 Hill, Mr. Bill 27.58 Hill, Jackie 144 Hill, James Mike125 Hill, Melanie 1425 ff Hill. Richard 115.145 Hills. Julie 125 Hilsen, Laurie 125 Hinrichs.,D,an 168 Hinrichs.jQeffery145 I , Hint2i,Ber35'10i99-145-192' I Hif'2+lCl15i'9lfY25f , l-linz.fParrieia.145 1 . Hiskeri,,Peter 4d.168 , 4 HISTORY 48-la ' Hielm,iCheri 168 ,.Hoag,ftandy 124 L Hoeiistifa,jcaral124 .-',, ' . Hesfihi Michaei 124 Q Hogan, Michael 124, 'f r-'- 1 Holdaas, Julie 51,125 I Holliday. Kim 145 ' Holijday, Matthew 125 Holmes, Diane 145 Holmes, Eddie 125. Holte, Leslie 12531 1 ' I-iOMECOMINGi1a-51 Q' HOME EC, 34-35 ' , , , Hone. Craig 68,125 I 'HGNOR SOCIETY 1-16-117 gy:gf'5.ffffiooper.g,Dean, 125 g ' i'iri if5kHoove'r,.Rai'ij1.g168L173 Hoover, sieii-5139.144 Horn, Brian 144 Horn. Mary Joj168 Horne, Burton-125 Hougardyflferesa 126 House, Cifaig'Q125 . HouseI,Ric1g,i.Eranklin 126 . Howard3'Cuftjisg74,126 V, I Howard. Dougiasf168 fi fl Howard.Jon1d.57,102.168 1 Howard, Linda 62,102,117,158. 1682 ' , Howardlpieison 61,72,126, Howard, Teiiryj,144,147, 153,192 Howeiiggarbara 101,168,179 Howelmflarley Hoxie,Eugene 126 Hoxie.,Lonette 117.168 Hubeif,Jan1es 126 Hubert. Kay 145 Hudson. Mike 127 Hue. Miss Gloria 27 Hueson. Mrs, Gail 22 Huff, Barbara 168 Huff. Debbie Jo 145 Huff. Patricia 127 Hughes. Cheryl 127 Hugo, Kathy 145 Hugo, Robert 3,168 Hume. Linda 145 Hummel, Carol 145 Hummel, Larry 168 Humphries. Ann 168 Hunter,William Mark 145 Hunting. Linda 126 Hunting, Paul 168 Hunzlker, Kevin 126 Hurley. Mike 21.145 Huttenlocker. Mike 52.57.102. 182 Hutton, Mr. Floyd 22 H INDUSTRIAL ARTS 36-'37 Ingham, Gregory 126 lnglett. Lisa 126 lrland, Marty 145 Isaacson. Bruce 126 Isaacson, Peter 168 lttner, Joel 168 lttner. Joyce 126 ,J- Jackman, Terry 126 Jackson, Dawn 145 Jackson. Jeanne 170 Jackson. Mrs, Virginia 33 if! Jacobsen, Kristin 109,145.1-47' Jacobson, Heidi 74,145 James. Donald 127 Jameson, Jamie 74.145 Jameson, Todd 127 Jamsa.KaI102,117,170 Jamsa.Terrie127 Jennings. Chris 126 Jensen, Calvin 126 Jefdefl .Jan 171 - f Ji-seen, Raymond 115.126, Jessen, Sharon 145 . Jewell. Richard 145. ' I Jobs,Joni145 g - " Johns. Mark 99,117.169,171 Johnson, Alicia 62,625,146 Johnson, Becky 126.134 Johnson. Bruce 72,126 Johnson .Cindy gf Johnson. Daryl '1 'F , Johnson. Glenn 74.146 Johnson, Howard 171 Johnson, Julie 126 Johnson. Mark 57,171 Johnson, Mark Allan127 Johnson, Mark B'ri'an127 Johnson, Randy'170,179 Johnson, Steve 1416 Johnscn.Terrie117.146 Johnson, Tim 57,146 Johnson. Timothy 102,170,182 Johnson. Wendy 171 ollom ore,,fJanie127 , -j Jones. Aaron '146 ' Jones. Jones. Jones. Donna-1o5.1zs I Gregory 61.146 Richara61.79,126 , Jones, Sharilyn 126 Jones. Virginia 146 Jovan6v,idh:fBarb,126 I ' Vyrzkk , 1 Jovanovioh,Beth 30.11i7',171,. 1 192 ' Juhnke.Lisbeth146 Jump. Leslee 146 JUNIORS 136-153 Junt, Denny 146 Judd. Christopher 126 Judd. Diane 126 -K- Kain, Debra 171 Kamstra. William 126 Karsten. Kathleen 108,109.1 17, 171 Kearney. Mark 79,171 Kearney, Matt 127 Keaty, Roberta 127 Keesler, Cynthia 127 Kelly. Mr. Bob 2S,56,57 Kelly, Stu Kelly. William 78,79.3a.l02.171 Kelson, Jeannette 146 Kemp. Mrs. Martha 14 ' Kendo, Richard 126 Kennedy. Erin 62,126 Kennett. Mr. Jim 46 Kennett. Slade 59,78,126, 134 Kercher. Bob 74.126 Kercher, Jim 59,74,17O Key, Neal 126 Kiggins, Dean 71,146 Kimball, Denise 126 Kimmel, Mr, Ken 38 IW 'eq . Kindem. Steve528.126 King, Deborah 120 King,Gary171'H Kinkade, Dean 127 Kinsey. Mr. Jerry 48 Klein, Patricia 146 Kleparek, Karen 127 Kleparek, Lqujann 171 Klimaszewskil Paul 127 Klose, Michelle 126 Klouzal,SteverI126 Knapp, Timothy 126 Kniffen, Karen 171 Kniffen, Mike. KniskernZKioj146 Knooo, Michael 146 , .. Koehler, Edward 57' ' Q Koeppler, Claudia 51,102,146 " Kokita, Steve 146 Kominowski, Michele 171 Konsorno, Rose Marie 146 Ko'oChI,1anice 146 1 f , .xy Koochilioan 117.171 ,i.,, 5 " Koontz.'Tlna 126 I Korsmoe, Kevin 170 ",i Kosyka. James 74 Koska, Nancy 70.75.146 Kostelecky. Debbie 171 Kr5it,,Giail 101.1Q5,1Z0.177 Kraft. Jeannine,105g,g26, j I Kraft. Kurt 24,S4,71i146 or Q' ' Krause,Jim146 -A ' o Kriedeman. Colleen 113.171 Krotzer. Randy 171 , . "iQ,Q!61i.iczynski. Juiee 67,171 '.i-i1iawink,,wiillam.146 f 153' ii, r i1Q..,-..,,- , . ,,., ,. ,, . - my , ,a , . , 'wa I i 5, l ' I i Kushman. Karehi1Q5,117.171, , . -L- Lackn-fkalok .1,i1 70 F LaingpMaicibirnSon. Sally 126!-1. Lamb.Krlstr,'117.146 , Lamb. Rebecca 69,108.109,1-173? r,r"' I 7' 170 Lamb, Sandra 97,101,171 Larnoreux, John 74,146 Lamp,.Gary 1171 Lane, Deborah 146 Lang. Phil'146 ' Lang, Robert 126 ' Lang. Susan 69.171 Laning, Belinda 146 I La Plante. Jeanine 127 Larserj,,,Katherine 146, Larsehikyle 59,146 Larsonj Cheri 146 ,,' I Larson. Denise 101.1451 ' Larson, Jolee 127 ' LaSSWell, Teresa 127 Lasswell, Thomas 171 Latimer, Sue 171 ' . , Laubacher, Michael 115,128 Laubacher, Monte 170 Lavell. Jerry 57,146 I Lavender, Michael 128 Lavielle, Michelle 146 Lazzar. Lori Jo 105.128 Leary, Jay 170 Leatherman, Charles 171 Leavitt. Julie 117,146 Ledbetter, Nick 4d,72.102.171 Ledtord. Mr. Al 25.79 Lee. Carole 146 Lee, Cynthia 128 Lee. Doug 57,79 Lee, Terry 57.74.146 Leeson. Chris Leider, Richard 128 Leigh, Wendy 105.171 Lein, Shelley 105,171 Lemke, Steven 74.146 Lencer, Tom Lencer, Tom 128 Leonard. Susan 146 Letherman. Chuck 34 LETTERMEN 102-103 Levack, Shawn 146 Levick. Mark 171 Lewis, Paul 128 Liddell, Diane 146 Likness. Karen 129 Lilyblade, Linnea 172 Lilyblade, Cathy 129 Lince. Mrs. Adele 38 McGuire Mace. Bruce 72,129 Malone, Michael 172 Lindberg, Laura 146 Linden, Teresa 74,102,128 Linden, Wayne 74,146 Linehan, Jackie 128 Little, James 74,-146 Lockwood, Gayle 146 Loffelmacher, Mark 146 Lolley, Jon 162,172 Long, Roger 79.102,117.165,172 Lonsdale. Dan 146 Loomis, Deborah 172 Loomis, Larry 172 Loomis. Pamela 128 Lord, Scott Evan 111,146 Loughlin, Cary 101,173 Lovre. Keeley L. 146 Lovre. Kevin 173 Lovre. Ross 61,128 Luck, David 173 Luksan, Keith 61.128 Lundervold. Karen 146 Luschei, Kenneth 72,128 Lusk. Steven 146 Lyons, Annette 128 Lyttle, Kirk 172 ., -MA MacDonald,Anne 129 MacKinnon, Pat 128 MacPherson, James 146 lVlacPherson,'Vicki 128 Madson, Michael 128 Magnus. Mary 146 Mahan, Frank 24.57,128 Mahan, Neena 172 Mahon, Mollie 26,128 Mahoney, Charlene 25,101,105 146 Mahoney, Denise 26.105,158, 172 Malone. Patricia 128 Mannard,Audry128 Mannard, Mark 129 Manning, Michael 146 Manriguez, Rick 74,146 Marchi, Mike 129 Mark. Bradley 146 Markley, John Thomas 146 Marquette, Brian 146 Marquette. Bruce 146 A Marsh, Deborah 128 Marshall, Leon 173 Marshall, Mark C. 146 Martin, James 128 Martin, Nancy 173 Martlnson. James 146 Mason. Devin 173 7 '..' . MATH AND SCIENCE 38-39 . Mathers, Sheryl 172 Matheson, Lynne 146 Matheson, Terry R. 146 Mathisen, John 146 Matiss. Vita,,172 Matthew, Ann 146 M3f1h9W5fWaY0e99,146 Mattox, Matthew Matt, Roselle 16 Matz, Elaine 128 Maulden, Bill 172 Maulden. Mark72 Mayer, Kim 71285 , McAlister, Marki128 Wlcateer. Patrick 129 McCabe. William 146 McCall, Kelly 128 McCann, Jean 62,128 McClurg, Debbie 128 McClung, Jeff 57,74,102,146 lVlcClurg, Hugh 128 H ' McC1u'rg. Mark 146 McCorikey, Frederick 74,102,172 McCorkle, Daniel 128 McCormick, Debbie 15,172,181 McCormick, Roger 129, McCullough, Connie 148 McCully, Carole 62,128 Mctlully, Tom 3,72,172 McDaniel, Susan 173 McDonald, Anne 62 McDonald, Colin 148 McDonald, lan 128 McDonnell, Linda 105,128 McDowelI,Jimmy148 McGuire. McGuire, McGuire, .Susan 148 JaCquelin128 John 129 Robert 173 McKamey. Mr. Joe 28 McKay, Mr. Neil 13,181 McKenna, Dale 148 McKiernan. Catherine 148 McKillop, Donald 26.173 McKnight, Karen 172 McLaughlin, .lack 58.59,74,172. 181 McLauZ:hIan, Linda 129 McManus, Tim 128 McMillon, Beverly 148 'McMillon, Linda 128 Medley, Robert 128 Mehalfey, Anne 62,117,172 Mennie, Donald 172 Mernin, Debbie 173 Mernin, Kelley 105,128 Merritt, Dan 149 Metcalfe, Maureen 149 Met-::aIfe,Tim 173 Mena, Kim 173 Meyer, Debra 128 Meyer, Karen 174 Michaelson, Peggy 174 Michels, Anita 97,148 MichelS. Kirk 128 Michlik,William 148 Mikel, Lynn 128 Mikkelson, Randy 148 Miller, Becky 129 Miller. Becky 79,175 Miller, Cindy 129 Miller, Clyde 128 Miller, Gail 148 Miller, James 53,57,102,175 Miller. Kurt 20,175 Miller, Patrick 175 Miller, Rhonda 128 Miller. Robert 59,102,128 Mills, Barrettu Mills, Scott 148 Mills, Susan 97,117,175 Milne. Miss Margaret 27 Minton, Brad 148 Misken, Sylvia 36,174 Mitchell, Cathy Mitchell, David 128 Mitchell, Ron 74,148 A 'Mielde,Tim1-49 Moehrle, Patrick 149 Moeller, Julie 174 Moeller, Kevin 30,174 Moen, Karen 34 Vi Moffat. David 65,148 Moffat, Patricia 65,175 Monson, Craig 74,175 Moore, Nancy 148 Moore, Ralph 175 Moore. Stephanie 128 Moorefield, Jim 148 Moran. Brenda 71,128 Moran, Theresa 175 Moretield, Jack 174 Morford, Lorie 174 Morgan,Christine 128 Morgan, Judith 148 Morgan, Ruth 37 Morgan, Sharon 129 Morley, Faye 117.148 Morris, Catherine 117,148 Morris, Shelly 129 Morris, Susan 148 Morrow, Michelle 74 Morse,Narcie149 Morton, Kelley Moshier, Mrs, Marie 12 Murray, Russ Mount. Gary 149 Mount, Mrs. Ann 23 Mowery. Roy 148 Mueller, Karen 148 Murray. Claire 148 Murray, Wayne 148 Murtha. Laurie 175 MUSIC 40-45 Myers. Scott 175 Myhre, Kathy 175 .N. Nation, Ricky 74 Naval. Jeffrey 57,102,175,177 Naval, Steve 55,57,79.148 Nave, Nancy 105,148 Neal, Stephen Neary, Michael 148 Neighbors, Loren 169.175 Nelson, Dan 149 Nelson. Lynn 74.106 Nekatin, Mike Ness, Cheryl 122 Neth, Sharon 105 Nettles, Tina 149 Neubauer, Joan Neufeld, Jim Newell, Debra 174.179 Newman, Gayner Newman, Greg James 148 Newsom. Linda 62,148 Nichols, Mr. Bob 48,181 Nichols, Toby 58,59,99,174 Nicholson, Sheila 148 Nicholson. Shirley Niehl, Gail 62 Nitscne. Edward Noonan, Greg 175 Nordby, Ellen Nordean. Mike 175 Nordyke, Mrs, Judy 47 Norton, Connie Norton, Marlene 113,175 Norton. Valerie 148 Notley. Janice 148 Notley. Ricky 169,175 Nunamaker,Karson175 Novak, Crystal 148 Nuss, Paul -O. Oakes, Robert Oakes, Paul Oakes,WiIly L. 148 Oakley, Adair Oberg. Susan Oberlander, Charles 174 O'Brien, Mr, Joe 28 O'Brien, Karen 105,149 O'Connell, Liz Odell, Leslie Odman, Pam 117,174 Oebser, Alan 175,179 Oeifner,MaryAnn175 Oester. Gary Oester, Linda 149 Oester, Terry 72.148 Oliver. Joe 175 Oliver. Robert Jr. 148 Olson. Dan 148 Oman. Mary Onarheirn, Jan 148 O'Neal, Deborah 175 O'Neal, Lorri O'Neal, Terry 117,170,175 OPERATION CHRISTMAS 2d-65 Opstad, Pamala 148 Orton. Janet 62,148 OSC 18-21 Osley. Gregory 148 Osman, Mr. Jerry 37 Otto, Ricky 59,74,102,149 Owen. Mark .p, Paasch, Lisa 117,148 Pachtinger, Ron 74 Paddock, Vanessa 144,148 Palmer, Cheryl 148 Palmer, Edmund 57.79.148 Palmer. Steven 176 Parisi, Allan 176 Parker, Dave 148 Parkins, Robert 148 Parks, David Parks, Thomas 61 Parmelee, Jim 148 Parrent, Ricky 74 Passmore, Jeannie 148 Passmore, Mike 176 Pastrana, Sylvia Pastula, Michael 176 Patten, Laura Patterson, David 176 Paulsen, Mrs. Frieda 32,192 Paulson, Carol Paulson. Douglas 177 Paulson. Mike 71,149 PE AND HEALTH 46v47 Pedersen, Celia 177 Pederson, Wanda 64,176 Pederson, Wayne 149 Pederzoni. Diana Penney, Karen 176 Pennington, Ann Pensula, Tony 111 Penz, Dave 150 PEP CLUB 104-105 Perez, Michael Perreault, Ralph 74,150 Perry, Pamela 176 Reinhart. Doug Remmereid. Janet 30,176 Remmereid, Kaye Remington. Colleen 150 Repo, Mrs. Pat 14,15 Reque, Jaime 4d,113.176 RESOURCES 23 Reuther, Patti Reynolds, Robert Reynolds. Mr. Stan 14 Reynolds, Susan 67,101,176 Ribling, Mr. Tom 27 Rich, Ronnie 151 Richards, Robert 177 Richardson, Jeff Richmire, Bernice 74.177 Perry, Patty Peters, Ralph Petersen, Ron 150 Peterson, Beth 3,112,113,176. 192 Peterson, Bruce Peterson, Jerry Peterson, Susan 62,139,150 Peterson, Terry Peterson, Vickie M. 150 Petott, George Petterson. Susan 62.176 Pettyjohn, Angela 177 Pettyiohn, Linda Richter, Lori 151 Rider. Rick 151 Rikansrud, Glen 150 Riley, Kathleen 178 Ringenbach, Mr. Doug 48.49.56 57,78 Ringoen, Robbins. Robbins. Howard 78 Dannie BilI178 Roberts, Anne 117,178 Roberts,Cheryl'1'50 i Roberts, Roberts, Roberts, Diane 105,155,178 Donna Janice 178 Phillips, Rickie 99 Phillips, Susan Picard, Mrs, Charlotte 14 Picato, Penny Pierce, Bob J. Pilart. Terry 177 Pina. Edvardo Pina, Marcelaine 176 Pinnell. Robert Pinnell. Terry 105,109,176 Plumlee. Cynthia 176 Pochepan, Amelia Polhamus, James 23,111,150 Pool, Sheri Poolman, Peter 176 Popoff, Anna 150 Porter, Mark 176 Post, Kathy 147,151,192 Patvin, Jeanna 151 Pound, Shannon 150 Powell, Laurie 177 Price, Mr. Dave 38 Pritchard, William Puravet, Mrs. Adriel 33 Purves, Brian Purves, Bruce .Q- Quantz, Gary 78 Quantz. Larry 102 -R- Rademacher. George RADIO 110 Ragland, Cheryl 177 Ramrn, Bev 105,115,176 Ramsdell, Nanette. 150 Randall, Julie Randall. Linda 176 Raney, Mr. Walter 38 Rankin. Mary 64,105,176 Rasmussen, Jan 176 Rasmussen, Susan Raucci, Blake Rayback, Clinton Rayback, Michele 176 Raymond, Al 36 Raynor, William READING 22a Reagan, Thomas 3599.177 Reed. Susan 150 Reeif, Mark Regan. Joe Reid, Martin 150 Reifers. Scott 177 Reimer, Carol Reimer, Ruth 150 Rein, Denise 141.150 Rein, Jerry 176 Reinhart. David 150 Reinhardt. Joan 70,101,176 Roberts, Jill 150 Roberts, Kathi 105 Roberts, Marilyn 150 Roberts, Martha 62.150 Robertson, Heidi 179 Robinson. Danna Robinson, Jane 150 Robinson, Jody Rockwell, Duane Roebuck, Larry Rohland. David 178 Rollins, Darby 178 Rollins. Julie Romine, Debbie 150 Romine, Larry 178 Rosaia, Mari 151 Rose, Elizabeth 151 Rose, Laura Ross, Cynthia Ross, Sta cey Roumonada. Philip 178 Rowe, Charlene 178 Rudberg. Paula 62,102,151 Ruegsegger, Mrs, Bonnie 13 Rueschenberg, Deb 150 Ruiz, Cat herine 24,179 Rule, Laura 150 Russell,Cheri Russell, Dale 178 Sager. Mr -S- chael Sager, Scott 178 Salomon, Mr. Fred 14 Salzer, Tom 150 Samples, Samples, Karen Mike Sanders, Jeff 74,122 Sanders, Sanders, Sandstro Sanford. Sanford. Sargent. Sargent. Sargent, Sargent. Sargent. Sargent. Ken 74 Roberta 178 rn. Suzan Brian 150 Joni 178 Bruce E. 111,150 David Donald 178 Heidi Paul 59 Sherry 150 Sarrier, Suzanne Sasonofl, Mauria Sartore, Mr. Gene 25 Sawyer, Darrell Saxton, Anne 179 Schalow, David Scheide. Celia 79,178 Schellhase, Rich 151 Schenk, Brian 132 Schiller, Jayne 151 Schilz. Mrs, Pam 28.64 Schlecht. Rodney 78,133 Schmidt. Margareta 151.153 Schneebeli, Joanne 62,105,117 178 Robert 151 Schneider Schneider Gloria 133 Joanne 62,106,133 Schneider, Schneider. .Jeffrey 151 . Marilyn 178 Schneider. JOBTIDE 62 Schnoberger, Pam 178 Schrarnek, Heidi 74,133 Schroeder, Dewayne 151 Schubert, Donna 62,151 Schultz, Laura June Schusted, Lee Ann 151 Schwab, Robert 57,178 Schwartz, Barbara 133 Schwartz, Richard 79,133 Schwartz, Russell 39,79,102,179 Schwartze, Kent 178 Schwartze, Terese 133 Scott, Kathleen 132 Scott, Kelly 178 Seal, Howard 178 Searcy, Kathy 133 Seelig. Sandra 178 Seiller, James 151 Seim, Patricia 133 Sellers, Sherry 151 SENIOR BREAKFAST 66-67 SENlOR CLASS PLAY 68-69 SENIORS154-185 SERVICE CLUB 97 Shackelford, Theresa 178 j Shaffer, Matthew 151 Shelvock, Carol 105,106,133 Shepard. Michele 179 Ig Sheppard, Kevin 180 Shield, Laura 133 Shomber, Rolan 133 Shook, Debra 180 1 Shook, Randall 180 Shreve, Debbie 180 Shreve, Steven 133 . Sikorra, Loretta 133 Sikorra. Mary 180 Silva, Carrie 101,151 Simerka, Roger 180 Simonds, Brad 151 Simpson, Jeff 133 Sims, Eric 57,151 I Sims, Leanne 180 Sims, Linda 180 Singleton, Regina 105,151 Sinon, Cathy 180 '- Sinon, Connie 180 Sinon, John 151 Sipe,Rick133 Skau, Tracie 151 i Skaugstad. Calvin 57 Skaugstad, Daryle 78.133 Skelly, Jennie 151 . ' , Tanner, William 182 Skelly,Tim18O Skillingstead, John 59.74.151 Skinner, Doug 72,133 Skubouius, Lonn 151 Slack, Janet 180 Smith. Angela 151 Smith. Brian 96b,1B0 Smith, Brent 59,151 Smith, Deborah 180 Smith, Gayle 151 Smith, Lauri 133 Smith. Michael 133 Smith, Preston 133 Smith, Scott 99,151 Smith. Steven 111,151 Srnith, Susan 180 Smith, Sydney 105.180 Smith, Theresa 180 ' Snell, Martin 151 Snope, Lon 72,132,133 Soden, Linda 180 Soden, Sandy 132 Sofie, Michelle 180 Somerville, Karen 151 Somerville. Mark 180 SOPHOMORES118135 Sorensen, Charles 151 Sovold, Pamela 180 Spadafora, Gina 151 SPADES 111 Sparkman, Susan 133 Spearow. Sylvia 180 Spencer. Joyce 151 Spiry, Mark 151 Sprague, Bradley 4a,57,99.102. 117.180 Sprague, Randall 57,151 Sprague, Tamera 101,133 Spring, Joseph Spring, Tracy 133 Springer, Carl 133 Springer, Deborah 35,180 Staats. Les 151 Staats, Mary Ann 133 Staggers. Caryl 101,133 Staggers, Karin 105.133 Stallings, Miss lrrna 47 Stanley, Rochelle 133 Stannek. Diane 180 Staples, Terri 182 Starbird, Mrs. Barbara 28 Stark, Grover CBuddyb 57 St. Charles, Joseph 151 St. Charles, Rochel 133 Stebbins, Clifford 133 Stebbins, Stephen 151 Steckman, Susan 182 Steele, Diana 133 Steenerson. Ricky 78,133 Stefano. Larry 182 Steffens, Mark 151 Stephenson. Rick 133 Stern, Steven 133 Stevens, Janis 105,109,183 Stevens, John 183 Stevens, Rebecca 132 Stevenson, John 74,151 Stewart, Ellyn 151 Stewart, Grace 133 Stineman, Carol 133 Stockman, Janice 183 Stockman, Jeffrey 74,151 Stone, David 57,152 Stout, Curtis 133 Straight, David 183 Straight, Joe 73,111,133 Straight, Joy 106,133 Strange, Tom 115,152 Stream. Gieri,57,152 Street, David 4a,61.102,183 Strong, Terry 74,133 I' Struzenburg, Ben 133 Struzenburg, Janet 101,117,182 Sturm, Mrs.'.lo 13 f Sullivan, Linda 182 Sumpter, Bill 182 Sumpter, Dixon 132, Sutter, John 152 Sutton, Barbara 183 Sutton, Joy 133 Sutton, Peggy 152 Suver, Holly 183 Suver, Joseph 133 Suydam,'Joseph152 Svinth, Kathryn 30,105,152 Swanson, Coach Dick 62.63.72 Swanson, Keith 183 Swanson, Martin 133 Swanson, Rodney 133 Swartz. Melody 133 Swecker, John 79,153 Sweet. Cameron 183 Sweet, Neil 183 Swicky, Brian 111 Swift, Steven 67,74,140,153 SWlMMlNG CBOYSJ 72,73 Sword, Jeff 152 Sword. Laney 182 -T. Tanttari,iLinda 133 Teller, James 57,102,182 Teller, Jeff 57,152 Thayer,Ciint133 Thomas, Corene 183 Thomas, Douglas 132 Thomas, Richard 69,74,133 Thomas. Robin 152 Thompson, Dwight 113,174,183 Thompson. Larry 133 Thompson, Philip 117,160,183 Thompson. Torre 133 Thorton, Mr. Al 27 Thornton. Dawn 133 Thornton, Joyce 152 Tilden, Beth Tillett, James 133 Tittle, Leila 152 Tobinski, Susan 133 Toler, John 183 Topinka, Wayne 72,133 Towe, Eric 152 Towery, Mrs. Suzanne 33 Trask, Richard 152 Treftz. Connie 105 Treftz. Dale 36.153 Treftz, Kurt Tripp. Beth , Troftgruberi, Clair 57,70,102,117. 147,153 Trout, Kathleen 152 Trout, Linda-1827 Troyer, Douglas 152 Tucker, Bradley Tucker, Jeanne,183 Tucker, Ricky 'I Tunnermann, Lydia 113,182 Tutino, Gregory 22,1 ez -U-. ,,,, 1 Ukura, Mr. Ray 38 Underhill, David 9965 . Underhill, Barbara'183 ' Uhl, Debbie 182 Updegraff. Mary Jo 183 Urquhart, Kimberly 62.633552 -V. Valbush, John Valencia, Linda Valencia, Nanette 183 Van Aalst, Mrs. Frances 28 Vance, Julie 152 Vandeberg, Mr. Cliff 14 Vanden Berg, Terry 105 Van De Vord, Aric Van de Vord, Hal 183 Vande Vorde. Diana 182 Van Gasken, Kathy 101,117,182 Van Gasken, Mr. Mark 41 Van Hout, Gwen 1d,2d,28,182 Van Hout,Suzanna152 Van Hoy, Jeffery Van Laak, Tom 152 Van Liew. Sally 74,152 Van Mechelen, Becky 2,183 Van Mechelen, NatII72 , Vanous, Douglas 153 Vanous, Sheila Varney, Lynne 153 Venters, Debra 152 Venters, Lou Verner, Miss Karen 48 Versoi, Keith Viall, Douglas 57,160,183 Vick, Edith 183 Villines, Sheryl Vincent, Gregory Vincent, Julia Vining, Brian 183 Voight, David 152 VOLLEYBALL 29,64 ,W- Wahl, Lisa 152 Walberg, Robert Warp, Jennifer Washburn, Mike 74 WASKOWITZ 3d,81 Wasson, Bruce 4.29,102,185 Watkins, Mervin Weaver, Mary Jane 185 Webb, Laurie Weber, Stephen Weholt, Carl 184 Weholt, Kathy 152 Weipert, Mark 152 Wentz, Jon 149,184 West, Craig 184 West, Mary 152 Westbrook, David Wetserdahl, Keith 184 Westfall. Marlene 30.69,166.185 Whaley, Diane i it Whetsell, Wendy 18,185 Whlslen Kim ,152 , , Whisler, Rych 72,184 "'i' Whitcomb, Lynne 71,152 Whitcomb, Sherry White,'Miss Kathy 25 IJ . White, Laurie J White, Mark 184 White. Virginia 184 White, Wyla 152 Whither, Barrie 184 Whitner. Marcia Widersky, Marge 16 Wied, Shelley Wiedenhaft. John 152 Wieder, Robert Wieger. Mr, Gil 38 Wiest, Deborah 36,185 Wilburn, Craig 153 Wilburn, Hiram 185 Wilburn, Philip 72,153 Wilcox. Daniel Wilde, Carol 184 Wilde, Susan 152 Wilde, Tom 36 Willems,INlrs. Marilyn 35 Williams, Debbie 105 Williams, William William s, Susan 62,105.184 5, Thomas 152 Wilson, Claire 64,152 Wilson, Wilson, Wilson, Wilson. Wilson, Wilson, Leslie 152 Mike Neil I I I I Robbin'64,152 ' 3 Robert 72,152 Susan 152 Windholz, Gary 1 . Winkler. Katherine 184 WINTER 2b-3c Walker, Walker. Walker. Walker, Walker, Walker. John 71,183,192 Karen 152 Kathleen 184 Matt 152 Mike 79.152 Paul 115 Walker, Susan 106 Wallace, Ron 74,184 Wallbanger, Harvey 153 Waller, Mark 67,152 Walton, Donald 153 Wanzer, Mr. Ernie 25 Wanzer, Greg 184 Wanzer, Paul 147,153 Ward. Brian Ward, Robert Warner .Gary Warner, Warner. Warner. Patrick Ron Wesley 184 Witt,Janice . Witter, Lyle 184 Witter, Lynn 185 Wold,,Sherry 185 Wog, Steve 57.153 , Wolfe, Debbie Wolin, Dale 111,153 Wolin, Debbie. 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