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

 - Class of 1979

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'Q-f Us ' 4 " I Y f ' -1 ' Ng X RA M. , - A . Y 1 x WA 1 . 4 L- wp. XT! Q - 7 E-N , nf V mi 5 yw' ' 4 ' W 5 fl 5? 3 7 K i gl ' - , f ' 5, i - . ' , Y ' 2 I if it 1 2 iv ,f Q v .,.., --..-.. A.. , X , Q., ,-5 jill", ,1 I fi J 6.7298 27016 f!0J1fl860M.7N5 .Combine the following ingredients: I tug-o-war I 4-legged race I ice cream pigout I formal dress-up day Mix into batter of one fun-filled week of spirit. Next sift into one large Mt. Rainier gym, I dash alumni I tbsp. Seniors I tsp. Juniors I pinch Sophomores Fold in: I Starfire band I I M.R. Ensemble I Jazz dance I vocal Feelin' Good 2 gymnasts I0 macho men Expectantly let rise for 35 minutes. Wait 20 more seconds in anticipation - quickly stir in, ' tears of surprise 1. smiles of joy and I the crowning of the I978 Homecoming Queen Mindy Thorpe Moderately heat in warm Saturday afternoon sun: school spirit Marching band and court acknowledgement Bring to boiling pointf and add one victorious Mt. Rainier football team. Lastly includef 2 hours of primping I M hours elegant dining 3 hours dancing to Clear Logic All ingredients mixed together makes one glorious evening for wishing on a star. ix . ' as Kam Qrfafluzll I I I I The '78 version of the Rams opened UP the Season wifh 3 D-fense sets up for the KILI.. convincing I2-0 victory over +- Lindberg. From there on out, the Rams made the season ex- citing, although the injuries to key players hampered their performances. Among the in- jured was two year all-NPSL split end, Phil Briggs. The leading rusher for the Rams this season was Kevin Bud- worth, closely followed by fullback Dewayne Gleason. One of the highlights of the season was a 74-yard punt re- turn by sophomore Kerry 1 Moore for 3 11 D, Leading rusher, Kevin Budworth, being tackled after a long gain Defensively, Dennis Erickson, led the Rams at no- seguard with ll4 tackles, and 2 pass interceptions. The Rams Coaching Staff was led by head-coach, Greg Flynn, linecoach, .lim Glennon, defensive coach, William Kemp, J. V. coaches, Jerry Dotson and Ernie Ronia. The managers included trainer Darrick Holte, John Winn, and Steve. Statisticians were head stat Shari Barnes, .laneil Miller, Kathy Unser. and Margot Pri- chard. At the annual Football Banquet, Dennis Erickson was voted most valuable, .lohn Webster most im- proved, Eric Barrett and Chuck Clawson most in- spirational, and Dennis Erickson and Chuck Claw- son were as team captains of the 78-79 season. Q4 mel eat' A 1- U J is I I DMS 3 5 E ,. x 3 1' W., GJ' f . 4 s- ,,, . . Q ., gg 1 ' ' A ,V . 1 my Seated left to right: Paul Siebenaler, Matt Carvo, Donny Clayton, Randy Parks, Chip Strong, Brad Carpenter, Mike Martini, Mark Gosney, Ken Lamm, Greg Bowers. 2nd row: Mike Bodle, Bob Hardy, Phil Briggs, Kevin Konishi, Chris Dahline, Chuck Cla wson, Jeff Matt, Mike Cary, Russ Da vis, Mike Short, Bob Bates, Duane Hay, Wayne Dressler. 3rd row: Coach Kemp, John Stoneman, Barry Johnson, Kerry Moore, Eric Barrett, Dennis Erickson, Kevin Budworth, Steve Newsom, Val Blevins, Kevin Reefe, Randy Elliot, Brock Rowland, Troy Denny, Dave Torrez, .lohn Webster, .lohn Winn fmanagerj. 4th row: Coach Glennon, Rick Barnes, Rick Olsen, Chuck Huber, Jeff Clark, Craig Maley, Dan Eernisse, Tom Cary, Bob Mayer, Ronny Roberts, .lim Na val, Tim Katzinski, Tom Love, Scott Molesky, Jeff Joynes, Roger Wigsmoen, Greg Gibeau, Ed Jones, Andy Rule, David Newsom, Dave Tronson, Kurt Grande, ,lim McChestney, Albert Lee, Jeff Smith, Scott Steiger, Coach Flynn CHead Coachj, Darrick Holte Cmanagerj. BABY HUE Y Varsity Season Scores Mr RA 11v1E1e I2 Lindberg 0 Mr RA INIER I4 Hfgnnne 32 Mr RA11v1fk 0 Renton 2l f MT RA11v1ER o Kentridge I8 f"? M T RA INIER ll Evergreen I4 ,qs Mr 1eA11v1ER 7 Kent-Meridian 0 Mr RA11v1fR 0 Kennedy I5 Mr RA11v1151e 5 Hazen 28 Mr RA 11v1ER 9 Auburn I4 -wuvnou-qe.,.......,W,.,,,. M, ,e . AJ' tl 'Wij?a Ag. ul B A, ,,!Y,? i N5- 'Q tp, 15 ,S+ . U., , Quarterback Chuck Clawson drops back to pass H ,, Mr, Q., , ,-vf 1 M..f-af - - , - hw - 5 f -11.1 P M Ad' "W as V M A-QM., lm ,+G B.A.R.D. in hot pursuit of Highline 1 mid lg .iff an X A -BM: 'Q Q 'P 5. --M..- if VL W -fv'.'?Q. " ' " a v o . K 43: f f K "Q fi, Y rg, ,LW in ' 5: Ak ' .. I Jw' " aw ' 4 - 3 ,",v 3-" V 11- -:Swv 'i v 'jf - : ' :Q f if 159' .mf ' Q, 2- '11 15,235 "1 V - . . 'Q-.ra Q, :Aw Z "J fl, -"jawn, ., f3f'5Q-5-f A.. A 1 . vfff X' A ' - ,ga -ffgffy o 5- wu-Lf... ,F :.1 k.. .Y 1, Q A A .1 - , 9 ,-Q Q' if '-- - ' ' ti, 1 'hun-...,--1 Barry Johnson kicks J. V. gridders battling Evergreen. ,7 If Qrfotbzzll J. V. Sports, restored this year in the highline School District by the passage of the levy, brought back Junior Varsity Football to Mr. Rainier. A J. V. team, consisting of mostly sophomores. rolled to a promising C5-41 win-loss record. The sophomores showed an abundance of talents and desire this year, so they will be looking for success in years to C Ome. ,7 If Scores MT RAINIER 8 Lindberg MT RAINIER I2 Highline MT RAINIER I8 Renton MT RAINIER I5 K entridge M T RA INIER 20 Evergreen M T RAINIER O K ent-Meridian M T RA INIER 0 Kennedy MT RAINIER 8 Hazen M T RA INIER 8 Auburn Ram Goyers Puff ,411 E'l1cy'1fc 5111! into In 78- 79 RAM GOLFER53 Ron Averill. Jeff Belvill, Mark Fickes, John Finigan, Lani Haili. Terey Jennings, Mark Keaty, Kelly Markley, Steve McNew, Shannan Pitt, Greg Schumacher, Randi Schwartz, Keith Wise, Bryon Yager This year 's golf team, led by coach Mel Command, had a swinging season. They were quite successful with a season record of 6-4, and a league record of 5-4, also, the two top players of the team, Mark Fickes and Ron Averill, represented Mt. Rainier well at the N.P.S.L. Tournament. They received the Medalist Awards at the Mt. Rainier Banquet. Terey Jennings was voted the Captain 's Award. The team had a strong determination to win. Whenever the match got close, the Rams always pulled away with a winning finish. The last match proved to be the most exciting. The team scored their highest total for the whole season, and two players also carded their season highs. Next year's team will be very good with the return of this year's Junior Varsity members, who did very well with a fine 7-3 record. This team's spirit and individual effort in both Varsity and Junior Varsity proved to be the strongest aspect of the 78- 79 Ram Golfers. Unk ,fit Chat tylc . Is it a hit or a miss? It 's a miss! n:.5'f'f: pi' P" Steve McNew demonstrating body english with his swing! Wftxwff ,wg a?.?vTf?' M , -. f .. t Q15 "' b we-fx " L+? jrfffwe ff 1' ' ' N -'L' -Q.-Jang' lg ga To V '- ,' -fy.-fir , H? ' - :.,4'm.. .f3f?'f F' . V' .,. if 1, J. 4, ' - -it tt . -' ,Q 2. 92 X Q-gmac Does anyone know what par four means? ,mv That's what you call being teed off! Out for a kill Loni Lines it up A14 s. -ww J, S -,.,x Us , 2 .,4.,,,. .,., V 01 Hs , -w. . .., , ' - -A--.'. gi, Y . . f ' A . nw . N .q 6- 1- wi 'gf-fp, , f '-' Af.- ,, ,. f Jw? , Full swing ahead , 5 C "1,,giA-wife ' ' M '71 -1ffvFf"fu1v'fLf,"f:,:K ,M n fy I F' .,, . ,, Q: .. ,gf :fy 'v . ,K ,1ihQ?S Look at that technique. -,mn wwe- Alf? Kennedy Highline Auburn Evergreen Renton K ent-Meridian Hazen K enrridge L indbergh 'P ' " ',.,-,IL-gn-4, ,Xj,Q..,-.,Nz5:,i,tgapn-.,'if :-' Q "- :A ,ff gig-35is, ' j '3.. 1 s v' K -T 4:.:...l, wt X M ,,-mf, ,,, . ...f ' fmvfj- - A - A., .- -f ,,m3,ig..:,.,5,-..,..,y., in ' mga. ev- . 'F - 4, . -- - 3 I A - K " ,A'.,'.1y, ,'f"".f -v,.k A rj I.. ,-. v J D I. . ,. fe 3 , . .M . .,,, L e .5 'n ' K -A 'sf . Team Members: Becky Perrine. Judy Elrod, Karen Lushei, Mary Lough, Michelle Perry, Lani Gray, Trisha Lee, Carrie Edmiston, Robin Kerekes, Sue Miller, Deena Barrett, Serena Watson and Coach Paula Stokke Huis, Team Coach Paula Stokke Team Captain Becky Perrine RAM 78 RENT 89 ,M n RAM ss EVER 62 1 RAM 56 K.M. 95 if ' ,- w4,1,a,W-'H' RAM 60 HAZEN IO4 , RAM 75 KR. 86 RAM 58 HIGH IO7 RAM 25 KEN 58 RAM 70 AUB 88 Up for a breath of air! What kind of fish could catch such attention? Michelle Perry puts all she's got into itl Mx , fggniK 5'WM4Jl45l?'S Ol! ZF!! Z' This year's Rainier Girl's Swim was led by Coach Paula Stokke and a great Team Captain, Becky Perrine. An outstanding effort was put out by this years exciting team. Even though only I meet was won, the girls had the experience of real team work. Coach Stokke was encouraged by the spirit that was shown throughout the season. The addition of ninth grade girls will hehw the outlook for future years of Rainier GirI's Swimming. Diving was shown by only one girl, Deena Barrett, and her determination ga ve strength to the team as a whole. At this year's banquet, awards were given to one junior and one sophomore. Most Improved was awarded to Carrie Edmiston, and Inspirational went to a deserving Deena Barrett. An award should be given to the team as a whole for their outstanding performance and dedication. Thank- you Ram S wimmersl Good Luck! . '1' ,,,,,, y " " 9,521 f ' 3' They?e off . . . , A '-N.4ffN.x-Q '-MAMZNNN' WM fx xx , and swimming ANTICIPA TION Creature from the Black Lagoon! 616055 6011 C1611 Front row: Dave Olson. Gina Gerlitz, Rob Nichols, Mardal Medina, Margrel Waller, Dan Dean. Dave Fincher, David Nichols, Bill Harlow Middle row: Trina Moffat, Sue Cole, Roger Otto. Tim Turner. Dan Smith. Darrell Godfrey, Pat Jackson, Bill McCann. Julia Bitzes, Laura Bitzes, Michelle Brule. Back row: Sandy McCarty. Cindy McCarty. Charles Pacunski, Curt Steigers, Bruce Stobey, Dave Mayer. Dave Durham, Guy Olson, Coach Cordes ZYVZDZIIQ4 65 WJCH V4 M155 . Cross Country is a sport that takes a great deal of dedication and endurance. Mr. Cordes, Mt. Rain- l ier's new cross country coach, holds this position l for the first time. With the potential that was shown this season, Coach Cordes, is looking for- ward to a team that is "tough to beat" next year. Quality individual achievements were demonstrat- ed by Julia Bitzes voted most inspirational, Dave Mayer voted most improved and Darrell Godfrey voted next year's team captain. 5601655 GIRLS BO YS MR 29 MR 44 MR 37 MR 37 KR 24 ,IFK I5 KR 20 JFK I8 MR 39 MR 45 MR 46 MR 26 KM I9 Lindberg I7 KM I7 Lind 32 MR 45 MR 50 Renton I6 Renton I5 MR 45 'MR 25 Highline I8 Highline 32 'MR 23 'MR 22 Auburn Auburn 34 MR 44 MR 42 Hazen I6 Hazen I9 'MR 2l MR 35 Evergreen 34 Evergreen 20 Coach Cordes s 4 I Q' Q . 9 4 3: 2 Q K 2 ? ' 4552.1 i 5 I P 5 5 Q M N .GHC Xb smixm ls that kind of heb fair? On your .RRY , ,Q.,,,.,2,,,., , ...-.,,.4u-4Q.v..,p.v...M4f.,. Rams "Take Two". Rainier leads WIC!! 5161 I fx? X Come on Rams! Let's gol l . Qvfbzhff ' W V , J, . .ix the pack. Oh nol Embarrass mel Cross Country cheerstaff. A he gl qfqiagst ,s-. C . gl .RM uw 1-f t xx Pi QI.. Diane Kawabata, Pam Gossman, Robin Rowland, Cindy Breed, Kris VanGasken, Lisa Holiday Kstatj, Coach Hutcheson Denise Hendricks, Joyce Stockman fmgrj, Laura Twidt Cmgrj, Valerie Hamilton, Lori Wellman, .leralyn Ackels, Dawn Pinnell, Kristi Rasmussen, Lori Clark, Neshella Jones. VOL'1?51ll6',4fL' '78 This year's team was relatively young with only 5 returning players: Crystal Hamilton, Pam Gossman, Kristi Rasmussen, Diane Ka wabata and Lori Wellman. Along with gaining many new players, they also gained Mr. Hutcheson as their new coach. The team consisted of mostly sophomores and juniors with only three seniors. Because of their strong defense and excellent serving record, competitiveness was shown throughout the season. Next year, Coach Hutcheson is looking forward to a competive year. Individualaccomplishments were demonstrated by Pam Gossman, voted Most Valuable player, Jane Jones for Most Improved and Cindy Breed for Captain and Inspirational. 5 , RAM5 JFK II sack I ,aw 2 'I ,Z Coach Hutcheson RA MS RA MS RA MS RA MS RAMS RA M5 RA MS RA MS RA MS RA M5 HIGH HAZ. K.R. K.M. A UB. RE N T. HIGH. E VER. L IND. JFK non-league games S T-R-E- T-C-Hl 4f V XXX Ok. here's what we've gotta dal Bump Set... Spike ll Ohl I thought this would be easy. Is this volleyball or karate? The .Iunior Varsity Volleyball team had a terrific season with the help and coaching of Patty K erns, Many skills and talents were shown within the young team. Next year's Varsity team should be very promising with the experience and talents this year's J. V. team has shown " RAMS " RAM5 RAM5 RAMS RA M5 RA M5 RA M5 RA MS RA M5 RAMS RA M5 560168 HIGH. HAZ K,R. K.M. AUB. RENT. HIGH. E VER. LIND. JFK non-league games Our Wild and crazy Klzecr staff he - gf' K W ' '- sr, .eh + Little known to the majority of the student body, the cheerleaders began their hard- working yearlong before September. The girls spent a week of their summer vacation in Ellensburg at Cheer Camp. From their outstanding performance, Mount Rainier has much of which to be proud. The girls were rated five superiors and one excellent on cheer and leadership abilities. This was a fantastic way to kick-off the year. "The High School Dance," sponsored by the cheer staff aided the student body in getting reaquainted after three months of summer vacation. Our cheer staff was also honored to be chosen by the Tacoma News Tribune to be a part of an article written on today's cheerleader, Throughout the year the cheer staff was successful in encouraging unity and school spirit among our diverse student body. This success was attributable to an excellent advisor, Mr. Terry Farris, and continuous enthusi- asm and diligent work on the part of the girls. , -1, , C7 Penny Black 79 Elaine Taniguchi '79 Patsy Campbell '79 , Renne Ronia '80 rm. Rachelle Olson '79 ,B fu Deanne Darling '80 Natalie Belvill '80 x,!'2 Mindy Thorpe '79 ' f Debbie Galbraith '80 Mary Lamery '80 I s , Connie Young '79 Yvonne Ingalls '80 e Kaiuicr Kizllics 'Krfuml E715 Rams Back Row: Cindy Williams, Jackie Martin, Nancy Halverson, Dana Larsen, Kelli Stemm, Myra Connall, Liz Allen, K' Stephenson, Betty Ann Oldright, Second Row: Carrie Edmiston, Kim Heryla, Lora Bledsoe, Sonna Liebart, La ynette Jarvis, Joan Marquette, Sheri Hicks, Seated Janine Grandon, Sheri Fox, Susan Labounty, Kerry Bean, Monica Klart, Jeannette Fox, Michelle MitchelL Andresa Meeks, Officers: President- Tracy Black, Vice President-Dena Barrett. Xif QT tt.. i.1 Rams spell it out Al . N 1 X., "?tn':f'1..ii:": Rally Rolls it up F5 Ram Rally girls energetically produced locker posters and signs for games, attended athle- tic events dutifully and even en- thusiastically. Rally was on it's own this year, and without an advisor the girls did their best to provide encouragement and School Spirit. Ram 'Rally mem- bers can be recognized by their hard work, and ther blue vests! Dana Works! 129,39 www rr ,,, -5,1 -Q m wif pf x vtixx - F. J -. 1 1. ,fs 'v'-L X fg f ' " ' f X' Q, 3 Y, . Q 3: 1 953332 V, , aqui ,-3.??,j f 'M ,Q S-on ' 15" 2 XX , if A ,, in A Q , , ,f'.z'T' . ' K Q . .. -153, 9q,ef?", pg-R M N, 'swf' Nifbau -.ff -- ' 1 , "1 ' fi.,-Qziiei. my -1f.w.fff ,mL' f ,., ,-.1gab"N X I . K. -:L , 4' A- f l "Q, if 'A v ' f - j-. ?M,.M',,N,gfgj,W, - ., yn,-y, 2, '22, f , , .W ,.,, . Q., .nkM..f:xiq5.,,y,m ,,.. - Wfxf 9 ,-.' ,' , -ff. wfswi - V' zr f fg- f 'v9fPaf'5yqf-',".,X ' ' ' y .1 N'WQfE?f'i'e'F:.gr'- ,f f , " ' ligj . . ,g - A 1 :TQ .fx Ram 'n around 38 Y A wif' " W Ralley leaders take a stand "This is a good place for a stick up Ram Rallys starting line up Our wires erha through the halls We sihg to Mt. lfrzihicr Of days H0146 by af zficfnries Wah rzhd hours af gaorl cheer Alma Maier We'll supper! the l6'lue and White nur eelers held and true l5'e!h new and in the years to came We'll fre Remember lieu Mt. Rainier's Ramlin' Bands have really been on the move. The highlight of the year's activities was marching in the halftime of the Homecoming Game. Much effort has been given by Mr. VanGasken, the band director. Mrs. Thynes, a student director, has also hehwed make everything fall into place. This enthusiastic group has been raising money by selling jewelry, having car washes, and bake sales to buy new uniforms and heh? with expenses towards their trip to Victoria B. C. They proudly represent Mt. Rainier by march- ing in the Victorian Days parade. Their school spirit is shown at games, assemblies, and other activities. Let's hope that the impression this band department has left will con- tinue for bands to come. Good going elassl Af!! Kainicrs Kamblin' Hands This year the music depart- ment is fortunate to have Mrs. Thynes as a student director. She is from Seat- tle Pacific University and will be here all year. She is an inspiration and a lot of help. Welcome to the world of music at M.R.H.S., Mrs. Thynes. X f I NV X .Af-gk-X X is a E, 51 ' Z X51 ggi 1, est, 4 5 N ' v 3 i as L I I made a mistake? l kl'l0W! l kl70Wl S UJLYVD W if 1624616 With Mr. Bob Cuffel at the wheel again, Mount Rainier's Vocal Ensemble got off to a running start and picked up speed throughout the year. There were a few squeaks, squawks, and funny noises during rehearsals, but all the unwanted sounds disap- peared during the perfor- mances. They went on tour, to contest, performed at concerts and even at a feed store. With a wide range of music, includ- ing Jazz, Blues and Disco, the group performed well at ev- ery showing. Zcelin' Right if A- L' - 1? 31, ' MW-f' ,,-, 1 4' 5 fa . at, , ,Q s ig: L 3, Sopranos: Maureen Adams, Julie Cote, Juli Fitzsimons, Teresa Harnden, Loxxie Johnson, Robin Kerekes, Chris Lamm, Becky Lamp, Candis Miller, Heather Oie, Lisa Schrader, Randi Schwartz. Laura Timlick, Sheryle Way, Carol Watson, Laura Weeks. Altos: Shannon Bales, Lois Bosteder, Natalie Brewer, Janice Brinkerhofh Mechelle Bryson, Lori Clark, Alana Clifford, Kim De Vaney, Patti Gray, Nancy Halvorson, Heidi Herrera, Melody Jewell, Kelle Jones, Joey Kalkstine, Mirtha Laredo, Traci Mason, Rhonda Passmore, Carrie Remington, Heather Rea, D'Nay Shelton, Clarinda Welsh. Tenorsf Dave Dimick, Dan Fredrickson, Howie Hendrickson, Steve Johnson, John Winn. Bass: Mark Angeledes, Todd Baker, Keith Biehn, Greg Bowers, BJ. Bjorneby, Dan Braget, Jeff Brand, Jay Schwald, Kirk Shoopman, Ken Thinkield. fNS"f4iff,ff-fi 'r Q -aj. 25 . K ' s - ,aims -x Fe Slxjxk 'R fig -f X is eat 4 MX This year's concert choir had much to sing about. After a two year leave of absence from Mount Rainier, Mr. Bob Cuffel returned to direct the group to new and exciting di- mensions. Musical events. in- cluding seasonal concerts and contests, were the focal points of the group 's perfor- mances. All this and more kept the choir 's voices echoe- ing through the halls. Drama Under the guidance of Mr. Michael Fuller, this years Drama class learned more than just "act- ing. " They studied many different aspects of theater including, make up, pantomime, history of theater, scripting, and directing. Mr. Fuller also created an atmosphere in which the stu- dents were able to trust one another. This trust enabled them to share their hidden creativity. Environment, encouraged, by Mr. Fuller resulted in a successful year for the Drama department. Kmdiilg lfizlf Mrs. Custer helps out Byron Cox Older and younger "see the light" finds reading to be fun! The Reading Tutor Program has as its goal, to assist the reluc- tant readers from Midway School to feel good about im- proving their reading skills. The "Olders", students from Mt, Rainier, are an important part of the program. They tutor youngers in all the language arts areas. The best part of the pro- gram is the friendship that de- velops between students. sim? DfiV5f, gdllfllfifflfl limiter known asj Driver's Education is not just a program to learn how to drive, but a warning for people to stay off the streets! It is also the biggest necessity of a high school student. Driver's Ed allows students to obtain a license before they are l8. It offers classroom with exciting lectures and terrific tests and simulator, which supposedly gives similar driving experience. And then comes the biggy, the actual on- the-road driving. Haven't you ever wondered why they are always using new cars? After being in Driver's Ed, you'Il understand!! !l f I kai. . M ti , , QA :'?,j' K ' . 1321+ 1? E V L su . , fy! 1 , uivg, AA XA-4 ' K -A ' fi F-I f f ' It t '. pl AJ' ,," 1' b Abfi i ' V 75? ? ffy 1 . N. 7, , A f E if -! Ol v'v,,,,. ""'W-1-M-... 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Ph ysrcs ,xi -.XX x , 'V , X Q -93, .K mm ' Mel Command Carl Cnrdes Paula Craig English, Tennis Social Studies, Basketball Home Ec. 1'HN Richard farness Terry Farris Greg Flynn Beverly Forslof Electronics, Woadshap Career Explararivn English. Foarball English, Sr. Class Advisor ATL, ,v X 1 W x, ' Michael Fuller .lun Glennon Cle Gunsul Drama Social Studies, faolball pp, Bob Kelly William Kemp gwfgh, K,,,k,,,1e English DECA Office Occ., Shorthand X w re, 1.5 -4 Pam Minkler Roberl Nichols Joe OBrien Office Occ., Hus. Law. Shorthand Social Studies English ul! Tom Ribling Gene Sartare Fred Snlaman Business Ed. Metal Shop Avianon Counseling Photography Annual Advlsur 'hos Nancy Hawkins Home Ec. Jerome K lnsey Social Sludies Lou Pappas Canlesl Speaking k Irma Stallings Healrh V' Neil Hurchson Floyd Hutton Social Siudies. English. Volleyball-Trauk f,1g1,,h, Hmafy UN X X X Mel Kobel Gwenelh llewelyn Doug Rrngenbach P.E. P.E., Girls Basketball- Track Vice-Principal ' ' :i'1'S'i"A f, nylirflzgirg ' A " 1 - -NM,-z ., 2,1 ' 1 -fygh, ,ii , . an ,,, .. 75 vs sf w, ,fr , b 1 1 . 1 -ED Q-N 1: 1 27, W a. jr gl N i ,,,4L ,gil I w P A , ' k. e. zffliiw Frieda Paulsen Karen Peterson Dave Price Sian Reynolds German Biology. Counseling Marhenvalrcs Counseling, OSC Cofordmalor Barb Starbird Alvin Tharnlon Ray Ukura Mark VBHGJSIH-'H English Typing Oceanography Botany Band Honor Soriely Advisor Biology Ecology Zoology x MAY n iN N ,Q j Mary Wallentine Ernie Wanzer Beverly Weise Dick Wining Malh Ar! English English X S Jean Hayes Marlha Kemp Cashier Counselor rp..- Z P' 4- ,-. ,.. Ami Msg sm A' Q s vias 5 6' - I-WV' .5 s'-5 ills- f ff Win", my Kg- X Q ,.,.H pn., - A f '-,N N o 'Mx K V, x ,., ,, ,, W 3 tf.v5xxAv,f- sy .L.s""H1xx:'2' " J MQ" MVP 'L 1 ., . H ,. yi .: SXJ-Is.,-P 1 V.. ' N Xwx '- 1 x Xu-.rwxw if -- v ,K ,ls NAIA J H X ,K g. ,, C ff' uf ysbxbicu' X u "3 v'+"'v'N'ws: H 4 I XQRQXK . , W ,. . X 0 , s , , 1 xv. - e ,, ' FMEQNQ-s s y X sxg' 1 - Hu new Of vs K en Bridges Acriviiy Direcior 45. ,A-C .ff-v Hanna Konlshi Counsel Office ,...,,,E Joyce Wren Serrelar y Lyle Lasher C usradian dl'-X 'Aux V., ,f?' Terri Blush Bookkeeping X 1 Viclnria Zabloclu Twfffs 2 F' , Roselle Man lfoak mx' Paul Smuh Cuslndlan f X lren Frandick William Gelss Cook Cuswdlan 6- lx 'TIG' 0 N., M... eww. ia. ""'T:f kaberl Hem L uslodvan w:..J' g. M .I .. , , ' v X , '- Q D4 ' mln w 1' N 4 6 Ellen Olsen Marie Tha,-mg Jeanne Trout Cook An. Office Cvvk 2Ofl1 Anniversary This years annual staff would like to pay special tribute to those teachers who have remained at Mt. Rainier since l958. With their sincere dedication and hard work, Mt. Rainier has grown to be a truly fine school 'Hats off", and a big thank-you to these teachers. H so l Mr. Dennis Bernard attended the University of Washington and the University of California. He has remained at Mt. Rainier since i958 because of the high academic standards and the most sup- portive administration and faculty. When asked what question he encountered from a student that was the most humorous, he replied: 'Mn Bernard, are these books kept in any special order?" Mrs. Marty Kemp attended Whitman College, Washington State University, and the University of Washington. Mrs. Kemp has remained at Mt. Rainier because of her feeling of pride in watching the school develop. The opportunity, experience, and challenge of opening a new school was excit- ing for Mrs. Kemp. She said. when the school opened, only the ICD and QCX7 buildings were ready for occupancy. Also, the opening assembly was held in the library and until the cafeteria was com- pleted the students ate lunch in their classrooms. Obviously her influence has enabled Mt. Rainier to grow in quality and quantity. l 60 Mr. Jerome Kinsey did his graduate work at the University of Idaho. Since that time he has also attended Grays Harbor College, Highline College, Western Washington University, Central Washing- ton University, University of Washington, East Carolina University and North Texas State Univer- sity. After touring the United States, Mr. Kinsey's thought opening a new school like Mt. Rainier would be exciting. One of Mr. Kinsey's favorite pranks was the effigy of an opposing football play- er hanging l25 feet up in the air. His most reward- ing experience has been the success as they pur- sued higher education and professional careers. Ms. Barbara Starbird is a graduate of the Universi- ty of Washington. She has taught at Mt. Rainier since l958, and has remained here because she enjoys the students and staff. She has also formed a sentimental attachment to our school. When asked her first reaction to her first day at Mt. Rainier, she recalled wondering, "When will the construction be finished?" But even amidst the confusion of the new school atmosphere, she was given the opportunity to become acquainted with the students and faculty on a personal level. Mr. Ernest Wanzer attended Western Washington University, Central Washing- ton University, and the University of Wash- ington. Mr. Wanzer has seen many changes since coming to Mt. Rainier. The most no- ticeable of which has been the growth, JCX7 students to D412 and from one finished building to the campus we ha ve now. He has remained at Mt. Rainier since its opening because the teachers and students have consistently strived to make Mt. Rainier the best high school in the state. .wav- .wiiy X A U fi 52 g L 1" -likx JIM, .V 1,- .--., ' L.- f Tdrllgf , - lL!'s . .mygga S as H v5 Q, A54 v , .. zzlfmg M 9 r Ram Wrestling Ram Wrestling this year pro vided able competition in both tournament and dual meet matches. Despite four weight class forfeits, the Ram grapplers kept the scores close. This factor and the general inexperi- ence of the majority of the team members attributed to this being a rebuilding season. Most outstanding were Junior Mike Mangrum and Sophomore Kenny Z wink. Both fared well in tourna- ments and meets throughout the season. In stte com- petition, Mike Mangrum, in four state matches, outs- cored his opponents 79 to I0 points in taking the D9 lbs. state championship. Ken Z wink performed admi- rably in taking 5th in the state competition at IOS lbs. Other team members who had an especially good year were Senior Dean Wilson, and Sophomores Ycaza Williams and Bruce Budworth, The Junior Varsity members whoshowed consistent efforts were Senior Mark Klatt and .luniors Bryan Budworth and Rob Nichols. The Varsity team won the 8th Annual Mt. Rainier Takedown Tournament for the second year in a row. Asst. Coach Neil Hutchinson and Head Coach Dick Brenneman Team Members: Bottom Row: Rob Nichols, Ken Z wink. Bruce Budworth, Mike Mangrum, Kevin Konishi. 2nd Row: Ycaza Williams. Dean Wilson, Val Blevins, Kevin Budworth, Dennis Erickson. 3rd Row: Mark Klatt. Bill McCann, Brian Budworth, Matt DeDominces, John Briggs. 4th Row: Da ve Brooks, Bob Holmes, Doug Hixon, George Timlick, Scott Molesk y. Top: Joe Strom Manager. Stats included Carryl Molesky and Robin Hartman. -v--up-.q-w----Q v--up-1----r N f-v.mq-nw-w.1,-.nv.- wsu- MM f V 1. - -X xoxoxo ima NR f 4 Mike Mangrum applies championship form, ny 53' Bruce Budworth Doug puts on the 'l1ix". 3 ywf,,, Ycaza goes for a pin, s . :ww 'St -fi? Q Ken Z wink rolls his opponent. Val Blevins - teaching ballet? if? Dennis Erickson . . . VICTOR YI Mark Edwards: ready for action. MR 29 MR 53 Hazen Auburn MR I2 I. indbergh MR I4 K entridge MR 28 K enned y MR I2 Kent Meridian MR 23 Renton MR 2I Highline MR II Evergreen Matt Dedominces if 73.1 49 My ,. Q vs-fa 3 Q Kevin walks all over his opponent. A,-. it Ken Z wink Dean Wilson ' 'A I Dean Wilson-"on the move". , N lv .i ' N Q m s E ' fi' f - ViMfW"'2'.1?zi' L A Q- fws'f4!fi' , o ffiil-ssfs 1 K ' K i K A, ' ' fF:?5E'i ,,', , K :-Qfziftv, 1125, ,K f , K' ' ,b NK. Q - ff s can ,. . 5 X . 5 F., Q- W .,., , X f ,ik ":::5.,ga:g,',-,Af : ,,S:,51g jfyj Wwghqgfffg fm srsvgy-'Q-g"f -f s P 3 K' N' , I . vu - W ' Q Xb H I 1 1 , , 1-QW Who's got who? o Ycaza poses ' S:zaz.:n4"ffas.mm-'-'many-mN.gNQ. K.m- Ke vin K onishi embraces Girls lhzsksfluzll rg x , 'N ,wzf . I 5 w--aw Diane Kawabata, Julia Bitzes, Denise Hendricks, Diana Bergstrom, Kristi McRea. Kristi VanGasken. Kristi Baccetti, Karyn Kearney, Robin Rowland, Coach Llewellyn, Luann Bargmeyer, Kristi Rasmussen, Darcy Bratton, Shelly Smithers, Crystal Hamilton, Pam Gossman, Sue Stuhring, Judy Moa, Cindy McCarthy. Jennifer Miller, Paris Smithers, Knot pictured: Cindy Breed, Gina Castagna, Coach Patti Kearnsj FSL' District Cflzzziups Mt. Rainier Mt. Rainier Mt. Rainier Mt. Rainier Mt. Rainier Mt. Rainier Mt. Rainier Mt. Rainier Mt. Rainier Mt. Rainier Mt. Rainier Mt. Rainier Mt. Rainier Mt. Rainier Mt. Rainier Mt. Rainier Mt. Rainier Mt.rRainier Auburn Meadowdale Hazen Renton Highline Kentridge Evergreen Lindberg Auburn u Hazen A Kent Meridian Kent Meridian Renton Highline Kentridge Kennedy Evergreen L indberg The basketball season was a story of magic, a story about a group of people, who through unselfishness, love, hard work, and understanding of each other, put it all together as a team, to become champions. The championship season started with excitement in the first game, a Ram victory, and the team never looked back. They went down to defeat once, early in the season, but pulled together to win the next I4 straight. They met tough challenges. The challenges they re- member were the tough moments. The moments of struggling from behind in games against Hazen, Kenne- dy, Kentridge, Evergreen, and Highline. They remember the big games won, Auburn, twice and Highline. They remember the feelings of playing basketbaIL the hacks on arms, the dives to save balls, the refs, the swishes, and the lay-ins made and missed Most of aIL they will remember the magical intangiable things they put out together to make a team. lt was the year of the Ram!! X 1-x av .xl lg, 'x v 'Z Jfgn Girls .Z V. Sams Basketball This year's J. V. team was made up of 8 fantastic people whose combined efforts brought them a season record of I5-4. Lots of hard work and effort helped them overcome the problems that often confront most J. V. teams. Good team spirit, as well as pride, enabled them to stay together as a team unit no matter what circumstances or odds they faced. This year's J. V. team was extremely versa- tile and skilled, allowing the coach to substitute without losing game intensity. Each player contri- buted equally to the success of our season. All players played good team basketball and all should be proud of a winning season. Rainier Rainier Rainier Rainier Rainier Rainier Rainier Rainier Rainier Rainier Rainier Rainier Rainier Rainier Rainier Rainier Rainier Rainier Auburn Meadowdale Hazen Renton Highline Kentridge Evergreen Lindberg Auburn Hazen Kent Meridian Kent Meridian Renton Highline Kentridge Kennedy Evergreen Lindberg Kristi '7?azz" goes for the fast break! V l '1 - 5? 2 Coach Kearns and team looks onl There 's got to be a better wa yl Seems like forever coming down, doesn t it 7 D1 xbf x AMS mm 1 C' SAMS l .f'nifa.b ay an VR9M5 liii 24g s H' flaas3'1 . ' W, tgx.w5 Inq Front Row, left to right: Bryan Forslofl Bill Dickerson, Tim Katzinski, Mike Hoover. Back Row, left to right: Coach Cordes, Craig Maley, Craig Hovland, Curt Steigers, Steve Bennett, Chuck Huber, Not Pictured: Kerry Moore. Season Scores 37 Renton 6l Highline 52 K entridge 6l Kennedy 62 Evergreen 46 Lindberg 50 Auburn 6l Hazen 4l KM 4 7 MR 40 MR 54 MR 60 MR 60 MR 54 MR 52 MR 63 MR 54 MR KM Renton Highline K entridge Kennedy L indaberg Auburn Hazen Evergreen Being the first year in four years. a team of all sophomores, played against Juniors and Seniors of all other teams gained a lot of experience in hopes of being more competitive next year. Q.BiS 5235 2 WE? E: 51 may ZMDMFJT X! WQU7? If will QWYQUNT Wliffif QW? , ,. , I Front Row, left to right: Paul Berryhill, Steve Edmiston, Pat Jackson, Darren Kawabata. Steve Newsom. Back Row, left to right: Coach Cordes, Dan Ernissee, Mike Sanford. Matt Christensen, Mark Fickes, Coach Duncan. Not Pictured Bob McConkey. Season Scores MR 32 Renton MR 4l Highline MR 53 K entridge MR 59 Kennedy MR 50 Evergreen MR 37 Lindberg MR 4 7 Auburn MR 49 Hazen MR 60 KM 63 MR 52 MR 59 MR 69 MR 52 MR 5I MR 52 MR 54 MR 79 MR KM Renton Highline Ken tridge Kennedy L indberg Auburn Hazen Evergreen l978-l979 Boys Basketball Team started out slow but improved throughout the season. Matt Christenson, one of the leading scorers and rebounders in the league, helped the team through- out the season. Steve Newsom received the Inspirational award, Darren Kawabata received the Most Improved award, Matt Christenson received the Team Cap- tain award, and the Team Captain for the I979-80 season was voted to Dan Eernissee, l6'0y's Kzzskefluzll 7978-7979 h.f.Mf,707 I 9 Q Matt Chrlstenson goes up for the rebound. his sys! Matt Christenson has a clear view of the basket. . fwfr 5 .2' " XJ , 9 fl A Steve Newsom follows through on a free throw. The look of a prol asuw1manvxw A Az Dual Meets KM LB Haz. K enn. Ren. Aub. L ynn KR Hi. Ev. - ry!-i 'vrf2fg5.fAf,L-.ers 74?j"'l-3 wif l -'fglffgfqb.L-1251?-'?'2'f'5f':eX'' A Uqfl -A 1- vt .rll fl V' -Fx ,I ' -A5 77. f' X , 'A 1 , ' V K, ,'7- -' ws-:afwf N- - 4 '- ' . - e A A' 'fffQ':'2QV eiT....,Q:: rii"5N""' "5 A ' 5.75543 f' t'4+lW ' W W . . -.?,,,-M. EN ,, . Gerald Krebsbach does the backstroke? -.. ea if 87 107 'L ,,,. -M Q-unusual - AH-we . lil' Mx. U.. .14 WJ-. Paul 's Pike, Front row: Greg Schumacher, Bill Harlow, Jeff Matt, Bob Pacunski, Charlie Pacunski. Back row: Carol Lawrence. Patty Gray. Norman Goldsbary, Marty Sparks, Dave Newsom, Rory Rawlings. Rusty Pepin. Paula Stokke, Paul Chilton, John Rogers. Platform: Wayne Dressler, ,lim Davies, Paul Watson. Gerald Krebsbach, Eric Oman, David Nichols, David Ulfers. State Qualifiers Paul Watson John Rogers Mt. Rainier 's swim team did an outstanding job this year, They placed 5th in NPSL and 4th in regionals. RO,-y Ra wlings Six swimmers went to state and Paula Stokke re- ceived coach of the year award in the region. Wayne D,-65519, Eric Oman Paul Chilton 200 Med. Rel. 2617 Med. Rel, 200 I.M. ILX7 Breast Jw Med. Rel 2CX7 Med. Rel, ICD free ICD free Diving Carol enjoys Rory 's company, Starter watching timers. 'U' ,, 'E - . . k ,L of 2 Q xx Q- " A ,vpn Y K. A, Mink x i.. tu ,, f 7, .JI .lim muffles Marty! Paul Watson takes his mark. Swimmers received lots of support! 'Bmw favs, . ' Q , I . 1, 1 .5--.gg 'Q . V aw ,,.,..,. It's a bird! lt's a plane! No, it's . . . ? Locker room exclusive! CSorry girls Q . K, 4 .2 Y . 'Q fx? ff gs-5 gazw 3,-. mn QV' O ur coach. Y i..i4 Team Members: Liz Allen, Elaine Taniguchi, Natalie Belvill, Aileen McCaughn, Kim Milner, Dawn Pinnell, Sue LaBounty, Maureen Addams, Heidi Wog, Michelle MitchelL Michele Davidson CManagerj Scores MR- 74.53 L indberg-89. 58 Auburn-81. 85 MR-8 7. 5l Ren ton-98. 62 Hazen-8l.25 MR-96.05 Highline-IIQ 43 E vergreen-66. 86 MR-80 7l K entridge-l2O 52 KM-2015 MR-86. 70 Auburn-91.40 Lindberg- 79.CX7 MR-92.31 Renton-93. 72 Hazen-82.ll Highline District Championships MR-lOl. 66 Highline-lOl. 91 Evergreen- 73. 91 MR-82. 34 K entridge-l06.95 KM-85. 85 This years gymnastics team, with coach Paul Scott, had an uncertain beginning due to the coaches schedule. The team members improved all season and were able to fill-in in any spot by the last meets. They placed 4th in the league and 2 mem- bers went on to state competition. With the addi- tion of a few people next year they should do very well. Awards were given for most inspirational to Liz Allen and Natalie Belvill, most improved was Sue LaBounty, and team captain was Liz Allen. If Qu A wax?- f, 'W numb 1 X , s U .I Zi -,,-Q. ...-f' -K., 4 we v Z , .W ', I 5 Htlfil 3 ' - ': sg. ,wWwff:M--f'f-- . .. as , K " 2 f 1 Qtr L ' T, m 5155" 2 x S , 'A':?"' K . n ,, ,W,,.b,+ Mu- - -5,-x.-vvvvwx' ."k:,-y. Kam Gymnasfs I fn Activa -.- SKI! Klub 'KP-at 'C F? Yew 'J YS P. A .4 Y- P .2 'u " 5 .ogltgbav .96 1' fa Q. sud S 'rdf Eff" I, N '- P X Ax. e 'I 1 A51-' -5"'f"f M- v n M Club members are Kathy Kennedy, Candy Smith and Marcie Dyrdahl Not pictured is Carmela Robinson. SK Y Club is a new name for an old club. SK Y Club, which stands for Spcial Kiwanis Youth, replaced Spades Club. This years SK Y Club was not very big, but it was very active. Their project this year was to do volunteer work at the Kiwanis Activity Cen- ter for the Mentally Retarded in Seattle. Before beginning this work they spent four weeks in a special training program. After the training pro- gram SKY members worked with the mentally re- tarded in various capacities. Sometimes they hehved by tutoring or teaching a certain craft or skill, but mainly their job was just to be friends to these people. SK Y members put a lot of effort into the Club, but they also got a lot out of it. Wm is 4 . 2 A, W, 'xl 2 , . 4 I 1 1 V, J ,',5wH, 1' H.. L, L , I. WE S 1- ,ginty U Club Advisor is Ruth Arnold. X , 1 .X 231' 1 gl.. Af 4. 82 l flaunt Society K -I ' A Honor Society is a service club open to all students who have maintained a 3.2 or above Grade Point Average with no D's or F's This years Honor Society worked hard to raise money to provide two 5150 scholar- ships for deserving Honor Society mem- bers. To do this they held various money raising projects including Bake Sales and Car Washes. Their other activities included sponsoring Operation Christmas and hold- ing the annual Honor Society Banquet in May. Vice President-Diana Daugs, President-Brenda Odell, Treasurer- Becky Perrine, Secretary-Debbie Stineman. Front Row: Rebecca Perrine, Brenda OdelL Ms. Starbird, Debra Stineman, Elaine Taniguchi, Craig Graves, Patsy Cambell. Second Row, Myra ConnelL Kelli Stemm, Penny Black, Betty Ann Oldright, Carrie Remington, Rana Da vis, Kris Short, Karen Warner, Connie Young, Paul Chilton, TJ. Rueschenberg. Third Row, Nanci Tangeman, Patricia Gray, Juli Fitzsimons, Carol Lawrence, Beverly Clos, Allison Bales, Karla Hovland, Michele Kavanaugh, Lori Criss, Tami Conrad. Fourth Row: Kathy Wallace, Kate Steffenson, Lori Wellman, Marcie Drydahl, Pam Thompson, Lisa Cowden, Robin Beuthin, Darcy Exley, Dan Eernisse. Fifth Row: Da vid Olson, Da vid Ulfers, Bob Pacunski, Mike Shuey, Marvin Laubacher, Ron Averill, David Tronson, Dwight Raush. Sixth Row: Mike Wilson, Ken Steffenson, Ken Searcy, Bill Clos, Carl Whitney. ' f' -Y1 3,,K?g, Ti-7' F fl .hi 37' 0295164 ZION F3 . 2' KHKJSCMAS This year Mt. Rainier students working through Operation Christmas provided food and presents for nine needy families in the area. A canned food drive contest was held between sophomores, juniors and seniors, with the juniors pulling an upset victory. To supplement the canned food that was collect- ed, one hundred sixty-five dollars was donat- ed by Mt. Rainier students to provide fresh food for these families. Once again Mt. Rai- nier students were able to bring cheer into the lives of many families at Christmas time. , c f Nd . Y. 'fi ' ,.-. Z X .L13!?',fiLL, A N '35 457' Officers, Vice President- Bettyann Oldright, President- Dana Larsen, Sec.fTreas.' Kelli Stemm, First row: Carrie Remington. Darinka Sandoval, Mirtha Laredo. Margaret Waller, Ann Stebeck, Brenda O'delL Sherry Hicks. Second row: Lisa Cowdin. Nanci Tangeman,Laura Twidt, Janine Grandon, lim Davies, Jane Wei, Heather Oie. Marcie Dyrdahl, Candy Smith, Third row: Cathy Wallace, Darcey Exley, Dwight Rousch, Mike Wilson, Eric Oman, Myra Connell, Lisa Axtell, Rana Davis. S' y. .7JVZ'5l6.7Vv4 E70 ,417 60115 International Club is open to all students who wish to be involved in meeting new friends from foreign countries as well as their own. Hosting an Exchange student for a weekend is an unique opportunity to travel without leaving home. That is what many Mt. Rainier students found out at this years Foreign Exchange Weekend. This entailed a potluck on the first evening, the next day Exchange students spoke to classes and that even- ing they attended the Foreign Affair. The Foreign Affair consisted of a Food Festival and entertainment by both Mt. Rainier students and Ex- change students, this years theme was "It's a Small World After All". X X , 1 Q. ,A rw '77 , V, I A f ' gy.. ,. up ES! X ,x 5 Sify: . V . K I his 7' A. , " ' "1 ' 4.9-'A Rm., ,.,.. .4fb5?"f' 87 MO!! ZTJLZYV EBZIIS' Vice President-Brynne Pedersen, President-Sue Cole Sec fTreas Sue Stark, Climb a rocky peak, schuss down a slope, paddle through rapids C L ake Wash- ington?j. . .you name it, Mountain Club's done it. The Club also spends a lot of time hiking, a more lei- surely activity, The Club has pro vided an unique out- let for those interested in outdoor sports, but often lacking in transportation. The four- year old group has had many fun experiences this year, and possesses even higher hopes for fu- ture years. Bottom row: Brenda O'dell, Nanci Tangeman, Janine Grandon Sherry Hicks David Ulfers Top row Carol Lawrence .lull Fitzsimons, Margaret Waller, Jim Davies, Dana Larsen Lynda L yttle - - mm. y ,,. Zlzess Klub 'IFN Members: Ron Averill, Craig Dinkelman, Nick Marble, .leff Clark, Coach Ehinger, Karl Finefrock, Kevin Hall, Tony Castillos. Auburn l Federal Way l K entridge 26 Kennedy 3 Enumclaw l Rams Rams Rams Rams Rams 4 4 2M 2 4 f' fu. This year's Chess Club did an outstanding job. In the Triple-A league they were M point away from being the champs. This team had the ability to win with a great team effort. Mt. Rainier's Chess team went to State Feb. 23rd and 24th and finished in sixth place, with 28 teams competing. The team was coached by Mr. Ernie Ehinger. Great job, guys! Pia: Top: Chip Johnson, Gary Snyder, Joel Dallen, John Covey, Kim Nighbor, Susan Winders, Loretta Alix, Denise Henson, Middle Row: Mr. Kemp, Greg Bull, Lora McKinney, Shari Barnes, Ron Laiminger, Chad Fowler, Kris Samac, Sue Prichard, Robin Kuznetz. Katrina Diamond, Suzanne Arkins, Kim Fisher, Bottom Row: Wendy Bjorneby, Laurie Coleman, Neshella Jones, Sue Connolly, .laneil Miller, Kitty Morgan, Sheri Jacobs, Sherry Gaughran, Dana Larsen i n . 1 i vi, D554 '78-'79 DECA ? Distributive Education Clubs of America. Distributive Education is a class for those students interested in today's business world. Mr. Kemp advised the club and classroom aspects of DECA this past year. This was Mr. Kemp's first year as club advisor. Throughout the year both DECA Chapters, second and third period, were involved in competition with other schools in the state and services for the school and community. Such services were rings, caps, gowns, graduation announcements, ski swap, and the canned food drive. The student store was operated for the student body's needs. It had a new touch added which was more variety than just sweets. There was also another new addition to DECA 78- 79. This was a first period class consisting of Sophomores and Juniors. It was a Prep-DECA class which will heh: the DECA Chapters in the coming years. This years club officers were. President, Joel Dallen, Katrina Diamond, V. President, Sherry Gaughran, Janeil Miller, Secretary, Wendy Bjorneb y, Paul Mueller, Treasurer, Kris Samac, Sharon Swift, Historian, Laurie Coleman, Neshella Jones. Congratulations for a year well done and good luck to the future DECA clubs of Mt. Rainier. A657 :- - 1 M ,M Y vwwww x, , ,- f ,. A W.-w V757 '1 4 'M is 'ixi Wm.. .ul 1...- Niw-H, ,. H K Editor plays Emperor C1175 75 LIOZIK NSWS 5649? A "News 5taff"? Is that what this is? Well, you have your opinion and they have theirs, but through all the "wild and crazy days" in the news room you begin to wonder if you're leaving with everything you had when you came in, Not that journalism isn 't a class that requires work and frantic research to meet the dread- ed deadline, but some of the unusual methods of releas- ing creativity that can be witnessed in the news room are beyond credibility. Although the news staff could be classified as unusual and or different, Mr. Fagnan has led the Rams' Horn to be one of the best high school newspapers in the state land at times, in the nationj. The newspaper not only provides educational opportunities for students, but also contributes profits to the school. lfcizrlwzfk Staff LJ 6 T22 O Afro W if Qu QiQ?c?ige'gN. QWMPW fgfiwwz U .Naam 70WN we-wo W9 if . if O A 50 omp nba Q :fl The Annual 5taff????? Taking a trip ????? To Hawaii????? With your annual money? ? ? ?? No, not really. Actually the money acquired from annual sales would just barely cover the cost of sending our luggage to Hawaii. However, it has been a "trip" putting this annual together. We ha ve attempted to cap- ture this years school events in words and pictures for you. The Annual Staff sincerely hopes this yearbook will provide fond memories that will last you a lifetime. Annual Staffers were: Luann Bargmeyer, Shari Barnes, Wendy Bjorneby, Da vid Brand, Leslie Carter, Laurie Colman, Tami Conrad, Chris Dahline, Shari Day, Marcie Dyrdahl, Michele Ka vanaugh, Nancy Malmo, Betty Ann Oldright, Eric Oman, Mary Peter- son, Linda Pierce, Carrie Remington, Lynda Thompson, Karen Warner. Mr. Gene Sartore was the staff advisor. HAWAII L l L. he What would you call a dance. . . . . .held on the night of January 25. at the end of the first semester? . . . costing a mere 504' for admission with A.S.B? . . .featuring unusual head apparel compliments of Steve Martin and the FIZIK5 class? . . .starring Mark the Spark with his rockin' disco system? Why, of course! It would be called a. . . ij N Y L , Wild and Erflzlf Dzzncaf 7,3 x Xxx .lack Block, Treas. Nancy Halvorson, V.P. Elass Officers Sh annon Bales, Sec. Tim Katzinski, Pres. H 1- Zlzzzz Ackels, Jeralyn Adair, Richard Adams, Maureen Allen, Duncan Allen, Joanne Allen, Ronald Anderegg, Jon Anderson, Michael Archibeque, Carrol Axtell, James Baccetti, Kristi Bailes, Michael Baird, Scott Baker, Todd Baklund, Gregory Bales, Douglas Bales, Shannon Bargmeyer, Cindy Barnes, Bradley Barnes, Richard Bartlette, Shane Baucom, Jeffrey Beck, Ronald Becker, Cherese Belk. Michael 102 Yin? acre, ef, , . 'QW , 3,3 X, ,,,, . -r -. , I U 7 ,123 xy at 1 X-T""'N-x "Z 'Tfv?f?"WB" ,ja z,. ?"r r,.' -3 ,V-...I 1. A 'ug V mf .RW "', f i 5 4 Q ., . , L . Ain 't she sweet! ' "ng P, S l if.: Q M B- My ls? f f 4,64-Q Emp. 5 , , , , 1 f,,aA-f S Q ,rv as A 'A W f f- A at H Q, 1" , u ' A 136, vw? ' . -fi , " gf I 'I' t 8 A 3, At l " .wffm S 1 .N , , ifv fx' H ,M fx gf .-, N at , A .Y QQ, A 1 " Just sharing a little time in the sun. fl' '4s!"""' Sophomores find safety in numbers. ,Al 'gm ,s , 55? B 4 A " 5 " I ,- x Yiff X Y x 'ab A ' c 'yi' 5. , ,git . 13 Q' K, It .., . wyf Y 1 -I, ' N 4 35 I 1 1 .,..-1 e f at 1 K, Y: Af X, V, I 4 4.4 ! ! fw :f4'5f rt '41" gT Y, i 1 Aix f at C? in 1 5 3 l M1 X ,pn , -v' ,an llful F x 4 f hav' ir? ' 1- 1:15. ..k.fr'i"!l N' i Angle McDaniel and Valerie Hamilton think our RAM5 are great! Belvill, Jeffrey Benjamin, Sandra Benner, Elizabeth Bennett, Jeffrey Berg, Jenine Berg, Louise Berglund, Leif Bergstrom, Michael Bese, Roberta Bigger, John Bjorneby, Norman Blazier, Todd Bledsoe, Lora Block, Jack Body, Kevin Bolles, Ronald Bonathan, Nancy Book, David Bordwell, Julie Bosteder, Lois Bowen, Bruce Bowers, Gregory Brand, Jeffrey Bra tton, Darce y Braun, Vicki 103 . in t yay' Bretz, Jeffrey ' :W Briggs, John , ,Q ":' Brinkerhoffl Janice AY Brock, Carmen ' 5 144 'L , J Brooks, David H Brown, Sindie ,K -V j, Broxson, Dave .Ab Bruland, Dan Y ,, My Bruland, Darby Buckles, Pam ,M Budworth, Bruce f ig .4 Bull, Jeffrey if A N 'Y' , -dmv' K e Burch, Dara Burger, Kimberly , gf.. Burris, Mark K i - Bush. Michael rm, Butler, Darren w Qrec B yers, Jon . . , me . -,E,,,, . W 4 ,Tir Q ' ' - Carlson Julie ' Carterman Lori f ' Cary, Thomas Chase Michael Cherrington, Nadine I L V ,X 7-,.'--A ., gf 1 " 1x,, Christensen, Karyn 'Tm kb ' 6 1 ' "' 5 If 5 , N 1, my 1 , 'CTI' - ' u,. B f ,J 4 1" 'ff ' A Christmas, Deborah 2' fue 73 . V ' m g sefw , , , . . W..A. li. ,E H Clark, Deborah .7 B V ,fi W Clark, Lori A an A fl. " ?x , it ' 104 , 7 -'N fx gy if ms. as if ,fr X ..-,, 17' I , , AQ- ilo' 7 ' A Kim Burger gets a lift, as Bill McCann gets a helping hand. ' mvrysffr'rwpfglgw W 25 ,za 'Q' AW" ai' - ff ff? 4, . , 'I Y. ' A gi sv-f K!-, W. -fu - 5-., xv, ze 1 ' 'ii' A' Y +2 A 1 Sophomores show their SPIRIT! Q.. +5 5 Q Ji av A fkk Q .V , ' 4 f Q 1ff"'P? f u at W 'F W . n J 6.-' 1 , f ,' D Y ' ,. , . ,, fx 5, .. 2 s- .i 'F' 'v " . M I Y 5' Q if Is this what high school is all about? Clement, Neal Connacher, Colin Cook, Jeffrey Coronado, Joe Cowell, Dawn Cox, .lohn Cunningham, Anna Dahl, Suzanne Dailey, Debra Dameron, Sherri Daugs, Dennis Davis, Ann Davis, Kimberly DeVaney, Kim Dena, Shelly Dickerson, Bill Donlan, Dan Downey, Lynn Eberly. Donald Edmiston, Carie Eickholt, Dolf Eliason, Eric Ellington, Ronald 105 Ends, Deborah Enneking, Richard Erickson, Jeri Escott. Michael Exley, Leslie Fincher, David Fire, Duane Fletcher, Ke vin Fletcher, Shawn Forsloff, Bryan Fosberg, James Foster. Paula Fox. Jeannette Fox, Sheri Fulford, Da vid Gardner- Young, James 106 af, -ere A H - F ,N 1 ww.: K 'X f A, -,QV 'if " r Yi 'K W' Au ,. .1 , Q -J W Y e A ,I L Y k ac- X ' if' sf , D 4 1 1 6 , V,Vvl it ,W , , XY 'H gf' ' , D Q .. M .- Q - V L , '43 L .. , 4 1231, a,45,f,, t- , .A , ' 5 Q : fl ' ,fy --M1 at 21 y I I if E ' fl" t ,a- ' fo A 7 .W M w x tv, V X -0 A- '4 f V' " vm ,,-F. 9. fl'-' I - ,f H f Q I -4 aw m"'l.-Evil fo w. --av Y 1 1 3 ' 3 f Q rf, ,. . f ., H . Off in dream land again. K im Burger really enjoys lunch time. ' ,, ' , J .a,.g,j .. , Kama ,, t, W as W 5 if 1 X G -r - 'W , Nt. wipe : . gg.-gy, V:+?3fTig1+2f:Ei Two innocent . -, mf rf' I .Is .5- m O no .n,, Wiv ilw i' iw 1 ' : , 6 ff f f V Ah ,,,,.,,f 2, ,., .D , Y 4, 1 , of x, Q. .,AAfH3. M V.u, y,,,,3!V, , K., . ,, P3725 t . 'E 'W' Wg. iw fi 3 Q My f , V. 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Cynthia Gosney, Mark Gould, Regena Graham, Gary Graham, Tereasa Grandon, Janine Gray, Marilyn Green, Deanna Greenman, John Groom, David Gullstrand, Garth Halvorson, Nancy Hamilton, Valerie Hammack, Steven Harnden, Teresa Hartman, Tammy Hauser, Frank Hayes, Gwen Headland, Robin Heindel, Brian Hendrickx, Linda 107 Henry, Kimberly Herrerah, Heidi Heryla, Kim Hewitt, Mark Hickok, -Steven Hicks, Sherry Hixson, Douglas Holmes, Dawna Holmes, Jodi Holmes, Robert Hoover, Michael Hoover, Sheila House, Daniel Ho vland, Charles Hovland, Craig Hoxie, Loreen Hubbell, Todd Huber, Charles Huff, Pauline Hughey, Cheryl Humphrey, Michael Hurley, Christine Husband, Carl Huston, Denise lanniciello, Carol Isbell, Stephen Jackson, Carolyn Jackson, Cynthia 108 . fm- ol gl W, w S v if SH A' , '- i Q 1 A Q 'K KA A Q- -f X ' V V -' - .lifes- id if x "' ii so I . 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W, .Q.f,:g:5t -. ,.,,..,..,f ., J ,,, Q' 'fx Aa' 'Y 4 A s Sy If ' V I V 5 -'Y' . 1 Huh ? , if 'K 3 .55 ,.1, X rf W xv A , S sf ' zu ka - , avr A . Y., r 4 , 1' f . 5 ., ,T ,ly w . "' 25 '- fi n 35' , "',"' g i' 1 I .1 hm ""' X1 " ' "-344' Wy.. ' ' ., , ' ,,. Ll! , '0, ' r if -Q f Q 1,4 " 44 Q 90 J at 4 ii V 7 5. fs L L S are 33 . N .,, , .,, s S V., f, ,Ara 'O Kris VanGasken, looking lost. v i 1 .rl I t ,. ,. Y 1 N ,A 1 X A r ' 5.1 f, .f 1-p',g.sw -1 Q, 11 f Q: .- 1 ' F N ' ae: H NA 1 ,,.. , hh 9' K -' Q y, ' M ,gi ws ' .. 5 sf, A , - f .Fm , ,V GM U: Dave and friends head for the border. V v ,fe 15 X-fl' N X if , x y X V 4 Q Q Q , fir s 'ls 1 iff 1 nf , 4' J' , ,, 5 A .. ag? rr V, ,f f mf,- 'x, 'fig R, .: 3 , 1 if , K .Vrd ,M , . I' N. K K 5 i' -J 'HY' V ,l - 1 2- , ' A sophomore girl happily skips class. 1 Martin, .lacquelynn Marquette, .loan Mason. Traci Martini, Christine McRea, Kristi Maxie, Susan Mc.lunkin, Shelly McGrath, Kathy Mcfachern. Marilyn McDaniel, Angela McCracken, Cynthia McChesney, James McCann. William Medina, Mandal McNair, Annette McManus, Marianne Metli, Krystal Merritt, Bret Mennie, Annette Miller, Scott Mighell, Robert Michels, Sherry 111 Miller, Susan Milner, Kimberly Minton, Russell Mitchell, Brian Mitchell, Michelle Moa, Dwayne Molesky, Scott Moore, Kerry Moore, Paul Morgan, Michale Morrow, Michael Mueller, Jennifer Muller, Rory Myrick, Laurie Naff, Michael Newell, Todd Newsom, David Nichols, David Noess, Michael Noll, Brian Norris, Windy Oakes, Mary Olson, Steve Olson, Richard Ott, Brian Otto, Roger Owen, Darlene Pacunski, John 112 1 ' 5? , JW? W if ,gif ,, . I lj X fi., , ff ff I B J ,' 9 I 'Y sv I Y , ,,, ,,k ,, 1 -, .Q f I I . , f a d .A 'V " , A . . - x . Q is. .., 5 Q Q v 'x ff ' Q ft as 4, ral 9 LF' if .- 'Y 9 e I X S 6' 1 ,,. A wiv, - , ., fp' w . A -5 A I A Qqvff , 1 14,913 , f X 2 Q 'A P. 1 N' W ?w Ad , . 5 A4 . --.44 -1 v ' as Q 5 4 f akau 1 "f AM f 53,60 1 . 13, " ff 3 Z ' ' ! i -4 V 'fv- , , i .. , W in G uw W2 ifwf h-,f Does anyone know where the Band went? Pariso. Cynthia Painter, Todd Pastrana, Elilio Parker, Scott Pepin, Rusty Pedigo, Tina Petersen, Chad Peters, Russell Perry, Vonda Perkins, Michelle Pinnell, Dawn Pike, Jeannine Peterson, David Peterson, Veronique Price, Tom Powell, Valerie Pittman, Leann Pitt, Shannon Ralph, Victoria Pruett, Lawrence Prokop, Carolyn Pritchard, Margot 113 Rausch, Kristine Ray, Heather Reuther, Michell Richter, Janet Roberts, Ronnie Robinson, Randy Rogers, Molly Rose, Donald Ross, Clifford Rossberg, Michael Rowland, Brock Rueschenberg, J. Rumpza, Michael Russell Troy Ryan, Teresa Salzer, Eric Sargent, James Schrader, Lisa Schultz, Colleen Schumacher, Scott Schwald, Karen 8 1 gr ' ' si" ' 1 z3"'1'N' .. s x 'S . , X ,H , 1 114 , . 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Sorenson, Kim Sparks, Martin Spearow, Sharon Spickler, Jeffrey Squire, Darlene St. George, Lisa Stanley, Roxanne Stebbins, Brian Steigers, Curt Stephani, Sharone Stewart, Deborah Schwartz, Randi Scott, Linda Scott, Bob Stobie, Bruce Stockman, Joyce Strom, Gregory Swanstrom, Ricky Thirkield, Kenneth Thomas, David Thomas, Kathy Shelton, D'Nay Sherles, Vincent Shoopman, Kirk Thompson, Maxine Short, Laurie f Short, Mary Siebenaler, Paul Timlick, Laura Simanson, Arthur Skahill, Michael Sloan, Bart Tipton, Libby 115 Traub, Sherilynn Tucker, Jayne Underwood, Jeffrey Van Wyk, Michael Van Gasken, Kris Vencill, Ben Wagner, Kelly Wahlstrom, Daniel Wall, Daniel Warner, Way, Sh Robert er yle Webster, Mary Weeks, Laura Welsh, Clarinda Whitney, Dawn Wigsmoen, Roger Wilcox, Deborah Williams, Cindy Williams, Donald Williams, George Williams, Wendy Williams, Ycaza Wilson, Marc Wilson, Robby Wilson, Ronald Wilson, Troy Winn, .lohn Wog, Heidi Wood, Brian Wood, Juanita Zanowicz, Leonard Zwink, Kenneth 116 Qs, .f . 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C...--+ Sophs still play peek-a-boo. .ar 5 E Paul knows he is being photographed- Who knows what lurks in the minds of Norm and Todd? He 's trying to look macho! Radiator Club Sophomores getting into the MR spirit 1. ii Late again Dan! C016 641716 6fllS5 Officers Denise Hendricks, Sec. Darrell Godfrey, V.P. Devin Denney, Pres. Wendy Hine, Treas. Adams, Kerin Allen, Daniel Allen, Leslie Anderson, Denise Anderson, Selene Arns, William Atkins, Andrea Atkinson, John Ault, Susan Averill, Ron Bachmeier, Debra Badalich, Yvonne Baglien, Judy Baines, Brett Baker, Judith Baklund, Michael Banta, Danielle Barclay, Michael Barrett, Deena Bartlemay, Jeanne Barton, Joan Bartruff, Bob Belvill, Natalie Benedict, Debbie 124 , , 5 , QN-Nr X 1 ,J s 4 ,-.i:.,3, V. .,..,,..,t, V, KJ X . tl? 5 I Q f A . rx Y Ai, , ' 2.5: l"f"JisxV If QR I M , AQ ' 'Y 0 ,Ya ,. 'Q -A A Ns M . ' g i ',ff1f...,Q jx , fx' " 'A , Q' 'sz -x L . ' - , ,Q 5 - 1 -' W? V W YV: 8- V X Q6 ' ' N mf " 'I' s f : , 3, 'A al! 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Ronald B yerly, Da vid C alabrese Cameron, Joseph Carpenter, Brad Carvo, Matthew 125 Case Lena Casey, Carolyn Chase, Holly Cherrington, Lorraine , T ' L ' C Christensen, Alan -'Q' f Christensen Todd Church Brian Clarke Jeffrey Clifford Alana Clos, Beverly Collins, Mark Conners, Tomi Constantino, Fred v 5 Christopherson, Lee Conway, William Cowles, Danna Crooker, Rhonda Crown, Russell Crunchon, Mark Curran, Kimberly Darling. Deane 126 g '--We s 'T '- as h a '- ff X 1 . V ,X f ,Q A, was T' 1 N F5 X. if , es r l , .Xi ,if K 4 fi g'g:,.vf - 'A ,,., W.. , H, ,,f snyeyagsfsxky 1 HB3 s i , ' Y fif kvgj V ,Z'f1f55fgqEiifss,?tfYx ' 1 fe 4- .vw A iig52.,:y , I . al. " .Q 'Ln' ss, 'ii K 'i Q , , 3 , ' 11354-1Qq'11L,g 1, rg - fe -f i gazing-gf-i..f gwf. sf --MQ, - -ws, ,.,,- 'K T 'c iam " 1 7 H 227 ' A T-I Xiscyi - 1 W'-wr: fffffiffi T. if KTMGQLL-W5 iii: wg. K' ' ' I i-f,,:.::f"'7 A ., f ggi i -A ,Qual In ! 1 I Y X 72 3' i H, Q 1, j g-it -, ,157 , 5' fi., ' rg' 1- ' ' M k 'I N 'IV e- A 4. 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Deb ah Geiss, Kelly Gendron, James Gibson, Shelli Gidican, Sandra Glancy, Patrick Godfrey, Darrell Godfrey, Sandra Goode, Tony Goodson, Tonia Gordon, Valerie Gorham, Thomas 128 "Calling all girls s E? W .,,,W?F A W - V - V is f H ,,,, 4 I 'A -4 ,1 . f ,M , , 2 C' Q J, f wg: K , ' x' -.-J V V U ,I -, ' ,V 4 r '+' X v K I sg, , .N-at A f . ,.., , I V 4' X ki f V ., u J 1 u- f ,pg 'H 1 New 3 "I'll give her an eleven." L at ' 4., iii!" ' ' A " ff' i 1 if A ,I 5 K . if M X '4 1 ,, X 1. . 1 , 1 3 I - V 'f f aw -is .- s W' ' 'w k ,av A 1 P-'., D g -, f- If jp , 1 I ,L 13' ' e,n, x f': A T. A , N. .as md , 2 'Z 96' N Xe V1 L , t is 4- , -v v N. Q ,MH V ' ,kg 5 ff Wwggv' li E ? E .A H fo A sf reef Q Mft ' W 5 sunny day in the quad. V Q I -1 , fa W 'fl 3 T F 'D ' ' M .. Q 'M 3 . 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Gossman, Pamela Graham, Edi Graham, Gary Graham, Scott Grande, Kurt Gray, Robert Green, Kelly Greene, Jamie Grothe, Malcolm Gutenberger, Ken Haguel, Ellie Hakes, Scott Hall, Darryl Hallis, David Hamblin, Cristin Hammill, Tony Hardy. Christopher Harper, Renee Hartley. Mark Hartzog, Michael Hauser. Julie Hawkins, Denise Heesch, Randy Hendricks, Denise Henson. Denise 129 Herman, Doug Herman, Lisa Herth, Cheryl HilL Neil Hine, Wendy Hollibaugh, Jeffrey Holliday, Lisa Hollstein, R.T. Holte, Darrick Horak, Michael House, Steve Hovde, Donald Howard, David Howard, Susan Howell, Adele Hoyer, Rick Hugo, James Hume, Joanne Hunter, Todd Husband, Ray Hust, Richard 130 M -X X! 9 lfifmne: af 1392 ,Y . K J ag J . A i 1--H J 49 M A A P mg! - we J fn" ' , . ' QV' I .P , 5 3-X 'AII' ily .S fl, gf' - L A-V ia. Two 's compan y f ff -qs a Ingalls, Yvonne Jackson, Marilyn Jackson, Pat Jacobs, Jerald Jacobs, Sheri Janway, Paul Jenks, Greg Johnson, Chip Johnson, Lisa A. Johnson, Lisa J. Johnson, Nicky Jones, Brett Jones, Douglas Jones, Ed Jones, Jane Jones, Lorna Jovanovich, Alan Joy, Yolande Kalkstine, Warren Katzinski, James Kawabata, Darren Kawabata, Diane Kearney, Karyn Keaty, Mark Kellmer, Kaye Kelly, Sharon Kelson, Gerald Kelson, Jeff 131 Killen, Jo Kim, Chong Chu KimbalL Laura Kirby, Tracy Klatt, Jennifer Knapp. Mark Krull, Theresa Kuznetz, Robin K ym, Ben Labounty, Dean Lambert, Teresa Lamery, Mary Lane, Charles Lanksbury, Karen Larsen, Karen L a vassar, Dale L emastus, Da yle Levack, Vanessa Liebert, Sonna L ingren, .leffry Lombardo, Antho 132 'W f- on .. ax ag Q. 1 fa X' f fi, 'A W ,. -'5' V 93 Q 7 X 4 Q S is 5 f' f '- ., , A Q 5: Q, 3,5 , , wh A 1' 'T' , , , H-K Mmm, that was good. I want some more! 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W -s . W K V . - ,JR ' sun, ,- ,am . , - ' z' , K v Y .. 5 v, 9 t : f- '-'wrt .4 i4.,.f's Q- ""1'T"' - , , fl XM' N- 1- 'W L, -- si r-,U In ' Q LL I A If ,, , ' ' MW- ' i Q . . K I K '-'mn ii .k', Y R4 we K . " is vs-N ffm N, .f Na., ,. , ,s V :Mgr ,r'n'h "Qi ' . ,..Lfa1!3!v', .snl"1', , tr :iw f ' Y-' 1. ,,1,,Lf ff ' iii axis- I Q,-I x ,LW 5 ff' E M k I Long, Robin Lotzgeselle, David Loughlin, Kelsey Love, Tom Lumbert, Teresa L yttle, Lynda MacFarland, Darcy Mace, Donna Malkuch, Scott Malmanger, Dan Mangrum, Mike Marble, Nicholas Marcley, Kelley Marquette, Keith Marsland, Sonna Martini, Mike Massey, Linda Mattson, Diana Mayer, David Mayer, Toran McCarty, Cynthia McCalip, Tracy McCall, Murray McCaughan, Aileen McClellan. Greg 133 McDaniel, Cheryl McDaniel, Sonji McDonald, Duncun McDougal, Shawn McManus, Casey McNew, Steven Mc5heridan, Bill Mericle, Scott Michael, Denise Miller, Candis Miller, Marcia Mills, Jeffrey Mirante, Mary Mjelde, Douglas Moa, Judy Moffat, Katrina Moran, Shannon Mossman, Mike Mowder, Theresa Mugerian, Paul Muller, Charles Muntz, Teresa Naffl Perry Nelson, Sue 134 - E-1' ' X 4 ASV n ' Q 0 Could l interest you in a piece of Delicious licorice? , J v Come back e Oh, I missed him, darnl 4 1"' N., agfffn' .QW ,.+x,,,.. A, . fax? ' ff' " " we-'T . I , 0 'min in ' .L 3 I . K ' '. ' A. lx ,,,,, fl 1' X N ,. ,,.,.f'E se. K f ff' 4 Qqw 'S' fq ij , , f 'R ,, .,. , 6.2 r '?"" 1" 5, 1 .1 ,, ,,.L I -' L P 61:5-R Ps A '- , 'EJ' , gl .wx ... e 5.- 1 X ff.. X ,I ,, f ffezq, fa gr if I 1 , .f- i 3 SLVR . ,2 fi ,, , R W . ,W ,U - , ,K V G 2 .:' ' 15.1, us- 2 get dx W ' 1? ff R, V- ff., 3- 1 f 52 I. , ' tin! U1 L : Q- l , EP -I .PQ A 'QE S fu 1' H "" 'v s,.--. . 5 5 f Nichols, Regina Nichols, Robert Notman, Brad Nugent, Jon Olsen, Guy Olson, David Onarheim, Anne Oneal, Mindy Osterloh, Eric Own, David Pacunski, Charles Parker, Robert Parks, Randall Parrent, Micheal Pedersen, Alexander Petersen, Carol Petersen, Brian Pewitt, Sheri Phillips, Diane Pratt, Bernie Quinn, Clyde Ramsdelh Wendy Rasmussen, Kristi Reedy, Shirley 135 Slack. Kenneth Smith, Beth Snyder, Larry Stacy, Kenny Stuhring, Suzan Swanson, G wenda Reefh Karen Reefh Kevin Rhodes, Joel Richards. Rhonda Richter, Philip Ringoen, Kristi Roberts, Sandra Robinson, George Ronia. Renee Roth, Brett Rowie, Darren Rowland, Robin Rumpza, Dean Rutledge, Gary uf Sandollial, Darinkha Sanford, Cheri Schalow, Tomas Schranz, Suzan Schultz, Cathy Schultz, Sherry Scott, Kevin See, Paul Shaffer, Mark Shaffner, Marc Shores, Daniel Silkman, Shannon Simmons, David Skelton, Daryl 136 . kigif' .V :fa 4 fix, . f x 5 ,if + ,Ki , ,a"v:v5Q'6i 52:-f.siE gp . , -1 J pf, --f i at Brad relates well to youngers. 3""' d"55""'m' wi g, I ,. LSA L ' , ' Q --X f' xl il., i .9 ks. , -...., , , t S ti K? , . 'Q 61 ,W ,r.,, V.-,, , I u s , . ,ff :- ,nf .ya , ,,. . .fn ir-3-r gig, . cf, t - J . ii ,DS , 1 .. V x t , Ly If J MU 'fi M' F15 1 1, x f ,T-Jef: , - n an ' W a ,. -,, X ls' x , X Q, f 9 Xt W. ! J 1, K M 'M e. ,,f , , ,A "' ' 2 iff JMX a s s Juniors get ro wdyl Smith, Jeannie Smith, Jeffery Smith, Mark Smith, Michelle Snider. Gary Snipes, Darlene Snipes, Linda Steffenson, Kathleen Stoneman, John Stout, Michael Strain, Jodi Strom. Joseph Strong, Randy Strong, Suzan Tabor, James Thompson, Mary Thompson, Melinda Tjaden, Terri Traverso, Michael Tronson, David Tucker. Lori p-.W .4 S 'i as ,ni Q ,V+ Mig A Alan looks confused . . . but Mark isn't, Twidt, Laura ,F a 4, ,, , , Kg Nm. Tyler, Cindy , -x-. ' V Q, ,Q 1 11" AM' Ukura, Roberta - ' , f . ' " ' -- 'ik X if . A W V X h 1" W' 1 W Unser, Kathleen ' 5, W' , f 5 . ' ' 'Wi at -. Vargas, James ' :I 1 ' I b . 1, my Wiehmann, Carol Q9 as Q, A 5 -5 ' t 5 X Q Wahl, Owen ' A V 5 ' -' 1 A Q, 2,3 ' ,Q U , 3 1 ' ' If eee M- t ,.., , , af? 3 , Warden, Jayne Watanabe, Gordon Watson, Paul Webster, Debra Webster, Elaine Wehrman, Raymond Wellman, Lori White, Suzanne Whitsom, Rebecca Wickline, Melody Wilcox, Vanessa Wilkens, Scott ' A J A i Wilson, Cynthia ',,'A. , Wilson, John V., 'W 138 as 1 :ar , , 111 , L, ' e- -, sas use fi 5,- Y' 1 C 1 IH Pic tures not available Allen, Rosemary Baker, Craig Brisbane, Mitch Carrell, Dan Carver, Jim Clark, Lee Clement, John Cote, Julie Dean, Daniel Dimick, Da vid Doll, Lynn Foster, Ann French, Joni Geer, Rochelle Hayes, Patty llton, Nancy Johnson, Julie Klein, Brett Lavielle, David l.eim, Kelly Mack, Kenneth McGee, Rob Mehaffey, Douglas Minnis, Janice Morris, Kathleen Moyce, Nancy Newlun, Mike Ott, Gregory Post, George Rawie, Darren Rios, Tomas Robinson, Belinda Rogers, Robert Rowin, Tom Sanchez, Young Schwartz, Michael Seabolt, Carol Sherles, Kennedy Skies, Jannice Snyder. Gregory Soden, John Soocey, Steve Stephens, Alan Stewart, Mager Walters, Steven Webb, Ginger Wilson, Tracy Worthington, Dan Wise, Keith Woo, Joyce Woo, Wing Yager, Bryan Young, Steven Zalud, Paul Zehrund, Tamra Wallace, Kathy Wheeler, Robert Wilson, Michael I gn1uu1Q GX on W Q5 I N wx . x . , ,. f. 31 V' .Ai , QV. A I ,..,. .xv . Jem -. - f- ., M . x 5 Q .4 SEK .ggi 56 A ie: xx C016 C4516 'Vx WWW NEB all f'-V2 Top row: Mr. Command, Wing Woo, Karla Hovland, Eric Oman, Steve Walters, Michel Pernette, Valerie Hamilton. Bottom row: Darcey Bratton, Keith Wise, leanie Bartlemay, Sue DeMeerleer, Deborah Christmas. The varsity tennis team had a good time on the courts this year regardless of the weather or who they were playing. The team was inspired and led by Karla Hov- land and Sue DeMeerleer who did an ex- cellent job in NPSL, West Central and the State Tournament. The tennis team car- ried the spirit of '79 by having one of the most successful seasons in years. Scores White River KM Kentridge Auburn Hazen Evergreen Kennedy Highline Lindberg Renton Coach Command watches intently Kung Foo Wing Woo NAcell Karla! Sue puts it away. Darcey asks, "What's that? Spectators? , , , V-9' ' -. 1 jeanne waits for the serve, Keith demonstrates fancy footwork. Debbie waits for Christmas. .... v ' '77 ' 1 M11 Got it, Got it, switch! Osterlob lobes ity Killer Carolyn s X .J ,.z ww... 'f ' x ff Look...up in the sky! ui- Kim Clobbers it? -1 Small fry W K ff Front row: leff Delvill, Melena Lamb, Bill Day, Lori Hoxie, ludy Elrod, Annette Mennie, Kim Henry. Back row: Eric Osterloh Renee Wilson, Tammy Pedigo, Carolyn Kemp, Kim Heryla, Eric Bollenger, Mr. Breaker, Devin Denny. IV Tennis returns with a smashing year led by Mr. Breaker. This year was the first year for IV Tennis since the levy failure. For the first time, 9th grad- ers could turn out and they added strength and talent to the team. Everyone enjoyed themselves and improved their game. Scores Hazen Kent Meridian Kentridge ' Auburn Highline Evergreen Lindberg Renton Ram Track '79 The effort put forth by the Ram Track team of '79 showed great talent and enthusiasm. Though in the official statistics Ram Track did not come up as dominating the field, the team did show others that Mt. Rainier had potential and was willing to work to attain their goals. In personal as well as team achievements, two new records speak for themselves. lohn Webster, senior, broke the previous school record of 22.2 in the 220 Dash with a time of 22.0. Dean Wilson, also a senior, vaulted 13' 1 0172" breaking the pre- vious record of 13'10". These personal achieve- ments combined with the entire teams sportsmanship resulted in fourteen athletes qual- ifying for West Central District, and the two re- cord breakers went on to compete in the State Championships. Coach Cordes and the Ram Track Team of '79 deserves a round of applause from the Student Body of Mt. Rainier for doing their best at repres- enting them on an around the field, and what a job they did!!! Season's 1-vu?-,- Front row: tkneelingb Mike Martini, Bill McCann, Troy Denny, Kelly Lee, Paul Siebanaler, Ronnie Roberts, Mandal Medina, Rob Nichols, Shawn Fletcher, Dave Nichols, lim Hugo, tstand- ing? Tracy Burch, Trina Moffat. Second row: Susan Miller, Dara Burch, Kevin Reeff, Randy Parks, Dave Tronson, Kevin Fletcher, john Webster, Scott Miller, Greg Bowers MR 81 MR 37 MR 61 MR 35 MR 72 MR 66 MR 55, E tt. p MR 53.5 MR 65.5 B Summary A, Auburn 55 Kennedy 99 Lindberg 74 Hazen 101 Evergreen 63 Highline 70 Renton Kentridge Kent Charles Pacunski, Dave Olson, Gerald Kresbach, Bob Pacunski, Mike Horak, Dan Smith, Coach Cordes. Third row: GHZ? 1 .li ?l'T' Wmzww. Coach Hutchson, Chuck Huber, Rod White, Darrell Godfrey, my . . fyflmb fi:5E:li:i ? J , ki i5iigti,,siia1Lg:,gf ry , ayer, UI' 9IgerS,Ie a , 0 ery a, 0 er IgSm06Il, 3 '- . . . - ...Q -- , M., 1, 1 ,H bww V Q ,W -1'- -,-1 hr- -in - ,g .nag Dean Wilson, Kurt Grande, Mike Cary, Bruce Stobl. 'fi' maui ' ' 'W ' X it Ramtrack The 1979 Ram Track team was a young team. Sixteen of the members were either sophomores or juniors new to the prog- ram with only ten girls returning from the previous season. Despite their youth, the season went well, with a string of successful accomplishments. Five school records were broken. Eighteen girls qualified for the NPSL conference meet while two girls, Leanne Malmo and loni French advanced into the state meet to take on the state's most skilled competitors. In two major track events, our team took fourth in the NPSL, and third in the Highline relays. Mt. Rainier's team of Pam Gossman, loni French and Crystal Hamilton also set a new shot put records in the Highline relays. Young competition and high ambition combined to form a truly successful season. Rams take the lead. Meet Scores MR 79 vs Auburn 35 MR 45 vs Kennedy 69 MR 64 vs Lindbergh 50 MR 83 vs Hazen 31 MR 96 vs Evergreen 18 MR 83.5 vs Highline 30.5 MR 55 vs Renton 59 MR 57 vs Kentridge 57 MR 72 vs Kent Meridian 42 Now, that's teamwork! l Ramtrack members were: lulia Bitzes, Michelle Brule, Gina Castagna, Patty Castagna, Lisa Cow- den, Dana Cowles, Sherry Dameron, Sherri Fox, loni French, Gina Gerlitz, Pam Gossman, lanine Grandon, Crystal Hamilton, Wendy Hine, lodie Holmes, I O ' Takes Good Timm - " 4. " " " Lyk' ' K 1-04' ,arfvdimfvvrfvffy--I' , , ., ,V W. 4, Tl. ' "' V - M, K I ,,,,,,, V -, 4 -- ND an L: eff' we 1' .ry iffy. we W W ,,-,.f...,.,,,,.. "2:g::1...':..,:-H Leanne jumps her way to state. Adele Howell, Kelly johns, Mary Lamery, jenny Lathrop, Leanne Malmo, Chris Martini 'J J 1:1 Sue and Trina watch criticall Cindy McCracken, Andressa Meeks, Cindy McCarty, Bernie Pratt, Robin Rowland, Maxine Thompson, Sherrilyn Traub. No, it's not a frisbee! Y JA 'Y '-"f"7I'6 D uses..., . . an brute Strengih "the thrlll of victory i 431 . .4 . ff, ., r Ig . A fixkj . SX X , 'x. v ' f r X . :Cx L Tom takes a refreshing break with Debbie gli Hip, Paul Siebenaler ',fMAgfQ b e Coach Cordes and Mike Tom and john in "the chase." Ram Baseball The Mt. Rainier Rams finished the '79 season with a league record of 5 wins and 13 losses and an 8 win and 15 lose season record. Outstanding seniors were Mark Westbrook - All NPSL 1st team lst baseman. Dale Fite - All NPSL 2nd team catcher. Terry Dickerson - Most Inspirational. Dean Holmes Most Improved. Front Row: Thor Williams Cmanagerj, Darren Kawabata, Dennis Fite, Darren Rawie, Scott Wilkins, Kerry Moore, Terry Dickerson, Tim Katzinski, Dale Fite. Back Row: Coach jerry Dotson, Mark Gosney, Keith Gellls, Tick Tr0n50n, l 1 5 Baseball can be dangerous. Darren at his best. "Alvin" rips it. 4 l , 4 Brock Adams, Allison Bales istatl, Kristi Ringoen fstatj, Shari Barnes fstatl, Steve Edmiston, Bryan Yager, Mark Westbrook, lay Gettis, Kevi Luschei, Bill Dickerson, Craig Maley. inf A . ,f . I Q , . my-JZ nl, . z , b it ' ' Q umxcvii ,s.,,,l K5 WSW WMM QWQWW Mtiigfve- 5 , 1 x , , 1 1 1 , , ,, E 1 -fa.,-.pm JW times' 'iw N. f, D S I E 1, A .sg Q fa 4 . 3 4 L - V 1 -5 u 5 "' if 1 501 ' in ' . .Hin K ., ikjflif, f Eg! s I ' W. hgfw' ' W ,ff -W ' + wi . 1 f - ' 'fxizffm''fff'.i::'T'1 MS' 1 W -Q-"f- ' 1 . ' 2416" ,wk WWII, " - .1 7-C L ' ,. .1 A f-Zim T 'f , .wh .c g . , ,, A Cf- - . -M 'M ,f gf' ,Mr .. , ' - 'qw f I-'11 -f A W 22" 1241. Scores MR 4 Lindberg MR 3 Renton MR 1 KM MR 3 Kennedy MR 1 Kentridge MR 4 Highline MR 1 1 Auburn MR 2 Evergreen MR 2 Hazen MR 3 Lindberg MR 2 Renton MR 4 KM MR 2 Kennedy MR 1 Kentridge MR 1 Highline MR 1 Auburn MR 3 Evergreen MR 1 Hazen X. The RAM Dugout??? v s R 25 ,U ,, ss. Craig Maley Adams winds up for the pitch. ex S Ram Softball ,lv V , V, at-nfyggrrf . Y-...Y 4 ' . . , s f, - Q f ' f Top row: leaninie Pike fmgrh, Kris VanGasken tstatb, Bonnie "Bon Bon" McGrath, Cindy "Cindy Lou" Bargmeyer, Cindy "Cindo" Breed, Denise "Neeser" Hendricks, Kristi "Rocket" McRea, Diana "Burglar" Bergstrom, Mary Webster, loyce Stockman tmgrj. Bottom row: Cheri "Shingles" Sanford, Linda "Piercy" Pierce, Kristi "Razz" Rasmussen, Cathy "CC Rider" Colburn, Karyn "Kemal" Kearney, Luann "Lu Lu" Bargmeyer, Kathy "Uns" Unser, Coach "Atta Girl" Flynn. Softball was added to the list of girls' sports this year. Thanks to the excellent coaching job of Coach SCO res Flynn, Mount Rainier did a super job with an 11 win Rams 13 Lindberg 7 loss record for the season. Coach had to reword Rams 6 Renton his vocabulary from "Atta boy" to "Atta girI"! After Rams 7 Kent Meridian this was achieved, he taught the team some words Rams 4 Kennedy relating to the sport, such as, "tater" ta big hitj, Rams 7 Kentridge "bingo" ta base hiti, "bush" tno cla and a "little Rams 7 Highline vinegar"! The learning of a New Zealand cheer Rams 1 Auburn "Hip-rah Hip-rah" made the team unique. At the Rams 15 Evergreen softball bar-b-que, the following girls received spe- Rams 15 Hazen cial recognition: Diana Bergstrom for Captain, Rams 8 Lindberg Bonnie McGrath for Most Inspirational and Cindy Rams 10 Renton Breed and Kathy Unser for Most Valuable Player! Rams 1 Kent Meridian Rams 2 Kennedy Rams 3 Kentridge Rams 8 Highline Rams 1 Auburn Rams 9 Evergreen Rams 3 Hazen ..,-N. 55 5,4 17 qi, Gymnastics Liz Allen talias, "Lizzy J took 2nd inthe vault 3rd on bars, 4th on floor, and was 6th all around in state competition. 0 I Q Swimming Paul Watson t7th 100 back.D, Iohn Robers 110th 200 med. rel., 7th 200 IM, 1st 100 Brst.J, Eric Oman t31st 100 freej, Wayne Dressler 130th 100 freej, Paul Chilton 15th divingb, and Karen Luschei, Serena Watson, and Becky Perrine also competed in state competition. Chess leff Clarke, Keith Wise, Ron Averill, Tony Castillos and Nick Marble took 2nd in NPSL and 6th in state. Wrestling Mike Mangrum won the state championship this year in his weight division, and Ken Zwink was 5th in his weight class. Girls Basketball Crystal Hamilton, ludy Moa, Diana Bergstrom, Luann Barg- meyer, Paris Smither, backrow: Coach Llewellyn, Kristi McRea, Denise Hendricks, Cindy Breed, Gina Castagna, took 1st in NPSL competition and 5th in state competition. ,JW L Y in Xia X, FBLA Shelley Vanouse, Lori Criss, Shelly Sautell, Lori Betzina, Vicki Beardemphl, Crystal Hamilton, Sharon Krogh, Connie Thompson, Carrie Brown, Gloria Ostrom all qualified for state competition. Winn Muffy vf' 2-M-. Track loannie French 46th in shotputl, Leanne Malmo thigh jumpj, Dean Wilson fpole vaultb, and lohn Webster all competed in state competition. Deca back row: Scott Steiger, Russ Davis, Blake Bertrand, 2nd row: Wendy Bjorneby, Kim Fisher, Kim Nighbor, front row: Susan Win- ders, Cathy Myers all qualified for state competition. Mt. Rainier High School presents: , Li'l Abner l Front: Carolyn Casey, Beth Smith, Melody lewel, Michele Kavanaugh, lim Snyder, Bob Bates, lohn Winn, Brynne Pederson, Lori Wellman, Dan Braget, Becky Whitson, Kris Short, Kathy Wallace, Mathew Baumgart, Carol Watson, Ann Stenbeck, Nita Wood, Pete Nichols. Back: Kate Steffenson, Wendy Smith, Murphy McCall, Tim Fraher, Dana Larson, Karl Finefrock, Tina Petigo, Heather Oie, Mike Wilson, Tracy Mason, Dave Dimmick, Gavin Potter, Mark Westbrook, Kelly Geiss, Lori Clark, Kevin Reefe, Sandy Roberts, Steve johnson, jenny Mueller, Kirk Shoopman, Nancy Halvorson, Todd Baker, Dan Frederickson, Bob Chapdelaine, Karen Brinkerhoff, Guy Olson, Don Rose, lanice Brinkerhoff, Maureen Adams, and David Brand. The endless eight weeks of hard rehearsal accompanied with blood, sweat, and tears paid off on the four magical nights of May 23, 24, 25 and 26th for the fifty member cast of "Li'l Abner". Their outstanding display of talent directed by Michael Fuller and Bob Cuffel was with approximately fourteen hundred people within the four day time span. "Li'l Abner" grossed over twenty three hundred dollars - more than any other musical performed at Mt. Rainier. However, this show will be remembered not just for its professionalism, it will be remembered for the unity which developed between over 150 people who put their unselfish time into a definite success. NAMELY YOU" Open and HOLD! 'lf I Had My Druthers" Prom '79 Lori Spiry 1425? 5, . A f Michele Kavanaugh Connie Young Always and Forever 3. !. N R fi . , x i , Qi 3 I Prom '79 will be remembered al- ways and forever by all. Even though a tux was not required, al- most everyone showed up formal. With music from Hard Times there was enough for everyone. M.C.'s, Kathy Wallace and Tom Love, high- lighted the evening with the crown- ing of Lori Spiry and Princesses Michele Kavanaugh and Connie Young. ,4.6Tl6'. Zlimlrs Cv Success 44p'fx, . , ,wfaffftf Top to bottom: Scott Harris - President, Mary Pratt - Vice President, Michele Ka vanaugh Secretary, Allison Bales - Treasurer. ,Meetings Make it Happen ff X if .ff Q , wx fl The voice of the people, ff Our fearless leaders. Meetings boring? . . . 'Neve .....---w- I' . Off C0 ,4 Kuiliziug tart The Jog-A-Thon was the big- gest money raising project ever attempted by the Mt. Rainer A.5.B. It was a fabulous success. There were approxi- mately l50 students involved in running which resulted in a gross of about 55.00000 That's what one calls a real team effort! Me first! Me first ! I think l'm stuck! . Eampus Cflcan-lip. W I ...., , . iris! ,,,A, nm' N ,t v This year the A.S.B. made a concious ef- fort to improve our educational environ- is vs I L v nl 'aff Brynne Pederson shows her spirit. ment. As a result, the district administra- tion allotted Mt. Rainer 570000 to assist the student body purchase beauty bark and materials for general campus im- provements. Overall the combined effort of the students and faculty resulted in a great success. Assemblies Seniors set the pace. fljiuf If fc 1 ' W 7 Ajax V was purchased by the I9 78- l979 A.S.B. last summer. Ajax has done a great job representing Mt. Rainier as our mascot. He ap- peared at many games and assem- blies adding a special highlight to these events. Right from the start, he captured the hearts of Mt. Rai- nier students. We love our Ram! 165 Ctzlk Of Ute Zfoufn Ax. From left to right: Becky Perrine, Tami Conrad, John Rogers, Brynne Pederson, What 3 pmfijet Mary Pratt. This year the Contest Speaking class showed off their tremendous tal- ent at several tourna- ments. These included Puyallup, Western Wash- ington University, the University of Puget Sound, and several league competitions. Ram speakers participated in many events, including: Debate, Extemp. Expos, Interpretive Reading, Oratory, Dramatic ln- terp, and Impromptu. The many trophies and awards that the team re- ceived this year can be attributed to diligent work on the part of the class and the dedication and patience of their coach, Mr. Louis Pappas. X J Ml Front: Dan Eernisee, David Olson, Rob Nichols. Back: .leanne Bartlemay, Natalie Belvill, Michele Kavanaugh, Devin Denne y, Kurt Grande, Bernie Pratt, Tami Zehrung, Dana Cowles, Not pictured: Laurie Criss, Terry Dickerson. I 54? x S w 53 X-xx. Lf'- X ... ' Becky talks . . . and talks . . . Laurie has the look of a diligent debator. "'W1! R HX as Gee your hair smells terrific! Brynne knocks , . . and knocks Wzzskoufifz I yr-Y , w g- ' 4-. M -S.: ,,. M .5 .. ., l X If wi? -rg i"-"':i5" ,X , , 2. R-J ' J 1 ff' f , I .' ' S -" My " fs. 4 K W V f - 4. V , - .l A ' QT-A . l V r.!"4-I H5, K T - ' I I W-'5.,.,..-A, Q '. 1 ' ,gi ' ' is-,Q A f ' if n., Z. ' '1 FA A ws A x h 1 1 Y . i , , 7' , VL.. f "" gs-. 'W' 731 ' A- , ,J A U ' fff- , - ' r' -Q . - f- Lg" " ' ' 'YY' 'im -'-.X " ' ' -14' ?J.a'i"'-A1 M N. f- , 5 'r 111 . Q D -- V . ' 4 e Y' f.'Ii'5v., 'Fw Situated on the outskirts of North Bend lies an outdoor school commonly known as Camp Waskowitz, Each year high school counselors and sixth graders share an experience in th out- doors they 'll ne ver forget. Activities include for- est, soil, compass. survival studies and various conservation practices. This great week lea ves all participants with "happifying" memories. is 1'- if tv Yfwf' " Q, or .NJIN V' fx "I, fflxk I ,4 Natural flzperience, ww-wnnununh With ffnppifying Kesulfs ! ! J ,J . Q ,, Q 5' V3 .Am M 'vw it W, 4 , ,yu- Sittingr Jenifer Bell Jesse Ross. Danny Shupp, Daniel Obermiller. Sarah Roberts, Dougie Lorig, Corrina Lenius Middle Ro wr Angi Preston, Shannon Manley. Ronni Shultz, Troy Guerrin, Beth Gornstein, Kenny Clark, Corinna Laurin Back Row: Gregory Burk, Aaron Viles, Lynn Dominick. Julie Binder, Tanissa Hanson, Doug Arns, Jeffery Bushaw ks 'D if WNNJ H-"""wwu 59, 5 f-165' + we M J-1,1 Exploring Klzillllmoil You know those short people that go tearing through the halls of Mt, Rainier? Most of us have come to believe they are Sopho- mores. Actually, they are Mt. Rainiers own K indergartners. Two days a week, Mt. Rainier students, under the guidance of Mrs. Paula Craig andMrs. Karen Albrecht, take into their own hands the responsibility for educating these tykes, also known as "Youngers." This unique experience is referred to as Exploring Childhood. If R 4 A A 3:14 Sitting Teresa Schlllereffl Melody Smith, Kriata Gojenola, Jimmie Triplett, Cindy Brown, Jimmie Garcia, Chris Santjer, Jason Landstrom Middle Row Holly Prophet Kyle Ancheta, Greg Russell, Shawn Preston, Dawn Campa, Kevin Jepson, Monica Holder Back Row: Garrett Jacobson, Samantha Nygren Randy Butler, Todd Barnett, Jeffery Muretta, Herpi! Kalirae, Andrea Alpheis a,, of sn Main Office uni Bookkeeping This year there is a new lady in the "cage". She is Mrs. Blush. She has gotten to know the ways at Mt. Rainier and we're glad she is here. Welcome. Mrs. Blush, to MRHS. Aide - Dawna Holmes L' 6 Mrs. Wren is in charge of the main office this year. Everything is left up to her. When someone comes in looking lost, her friendly smiles and. "Do you need some help?" always seem to do the trick. Thanks for doing a great job! Aides First Semester Cindy Tyler Rhonda Passm Sindie Brown Robin Long Ol'8 Laurae Shelton Judy Baglien Carmen Brock Therese Krull Glenda Nelson Second Semester Cindy Tyler Rhonda Passmore Julie Bordwell Sindie Brown Nadine Cherington Judy Baglien Tracy Burch Carmen Brock Sharone Stephani Therese Krull Darlene Squire in-"' I Attendence Office Once again, Mrs. Thorne has been running the attendance office. She has a busy job with late arrivals, early dismissals, and peo- ple getting sick. She 's a lady that deserves a lot of credit. 6' 5 -O- Aides First semester Second semester Linda Snipes Val Powell Val Powell Betty Ann Oldright Laurie Snyder Chris Dawson Bob Sauerlender Karen Schaut Darlene Snipes Carol Peterson Karyn Kearney Carmela Robinson Kim Kain Vicki Braun Kim Fischer Sheri Dameron Suzanne Arkins Kim Kain Darcy McFarland Kim Fischer Penny Farris Darcy McFarland Monica Klatt Dani Banta Debbie Bachmeier Lindy Detamore Mary Webster Monica Klatt First Semester Second semester Library Career Center Deciding a career? Check with Mrs. Bertino in the career center. She'll help you find the career that's right for you. From painting boats to flying jets. Activity Office Mr. Bridges has done a great job of han- dling this year's activities. It's not easy, but he's done it. Counselling Office Mrs. Konishi is always eager to help you. We 've all Aides First Semester Brenda Watson Carroll Molesky Debbie Weigand Second Semester Brenda Watson Leslie Mernin Carroll Molesky Debbie Weigand Debbie Galbraith been to the Counseling Center for one reason or another, and gaving her there to great you makes things go a little smoother. What would we do without you, Mrs. Konish? Liz Floyd Darcy Fyler Kim Curran Jenny Mueller Karen Schwald Venessa Wilcox Denise Anderson Laura Zwink Jesse Levack Jana Lovre Vonda Perry Michelle Reuther Penny Black Pete Schalow Jenny Klatt Kelly Lee Kim Curran Brenda O'DelI Karie Fyler Jackie Martin Karyn Christensen Debbie Chase Jana Lovre Vonda Perry Denise Hawkins Kelley Kennedy Luann Crow Diana Johnson Tonya Goodson Diana Johnson Jenny Klatt 'J 1: 'A Mr. Bernard and his aids have been keep- ing our library stocked with books that we all need. Their selection helped us with our studies and enjoyment. Aides First Semester Second Semester Bruce Holmes Mary Short Dena Mousley Louise Berg Lois Bosteder Laura Kimball Joni French Paul Berryhill , N - - Standing: Darrell Anderson, Foods, Louie Halko, Plactics, Walt Farley, Visual Communications, .lim Gast, A. A .A A ,A Plastics, Claude Reinwald, Counselor, Paul Richter, Foods, Lauren Rice, Marine Technology, Hugh Albrecht, Site Director, .lack Foster Custodian, Hal Kinville, Carpentry, Jeanne Louvier, Secretary. Sitting, Ron Sullivan, Visual Communications, Sheryl Abrams, Visual Communications, Gloria Neiman, Dental Assistant, Sharron Danley, Clerical Instructor, Lilly Keith, Attendence Secretary, .loan Cox, Medical Assistant. Not Pictured Irene Allen, Commercial Sewing, Phyllis Adrienne, Fashion Design. ',,,,. , ,....-----"""' KKKXXXXXXXXWXXXXXR F . PQ Q gf , .L Q Q , l A . ,,,,....--Hr,..... "',2"i'-- "" ,,,,...-- --,.,, - ..---4'- ,,..---':.7-' -.,--fs ,,,.,..-- :-,,,.--:::"-- """ --ff? ..----H --' .,----- ,,,,--::"""-- .-----1 ,,.....- --- . ,.-Z"--'-1' --1:-:Li ,,...-..- -- ,,,,.,.-- ,-,,,.---ff. ,...----"' -,-,...--l-' ,,.--.:"".-- ...f-- ,,,..----i" .---'-"" e- 4 -.. Is that 896 or 68a'? 16.51 -,qy,,Q4J 4,558 z 'x I sure hope this staysll xizta 7 v 4 O.5.C. students are never short-changed. Carpentry and Cashier Checking are two courses that students at O.5.C. really enjoy. They learn many skills that are needed to go into future study of these fields. Determination is needed to go futher in both, because of the goals that must be set by each individual person. O.5.C. is worth look- ing in to! Try it ll!!! ff'f'k , A X V 'W .3515 .,? IT' PAINT. . . 1 : 1 l .1 ' 'T .4 V , I ,,,,. 1i iiamnbw -rn? lL --..- Qw- 4--My PAINT. . . -..... nd s, of-I ""I - . ..-'fi PAINT YOUR BOA Tll The Marine Technology program is designed to train students in skills and attitudes necessary for marine related occupations. The program also pre- pares the students for additional training which is required in some fields. . WZ? N Fishy, fishy in the bucket Did you ever wonder how much a Polywog weighs? Working mainly with fiberglass, students build in- terest in projects such as boats, kayaks, and tool boxes. Technique is the style each individual makes for his own satisfaction in production and projects. 5 ,, f 5.t,..S M, N Q Tanya says "Try fruit flavored"ll Open widel The dental business seems to be mov- ing towards a modern attitude. O.S.C. offers a course to give a basis of dental study to go into other related fields or to major as a dentist. Mod- ern techniques have given dentists not as horrible job by making a few changes. "Just sit back and put the earphones while I fill this cavity. "OR" Have you heard the one about the. . .I vl rl f i L Q gud"- sm 1 2 " 5 latiki 1 X A-U' -,H Vv. gl I . ,fi Y' DEVILISHII - INNOCENCEII OWN WIDE! ,,,,....---- This won't hurt a bitl Students who would like the necessary background to go on to future training in these fields, R. N., LPN. medical technician, x-ray technician, or physical thereapy, should look into it at O.S.C. It's a good backbone for a worthy occupation. It is a one- year course that offers experience to obtain clerical employment and a basis of responsibility held by all people studying and performing medical assis- tance. This course covers many different views on the ways of studying the art of medical assistance and fields that come in close contact with it. Dur- ing the final quarter of the year, students are placed in a field experience where they receive on'the-job training, or they are placed in clinics, hospitals, and doctor's offices, on the basis of skill and attitude they have demonstrated in the pro- gram. l'm not touching that thing! ff f ,'Tvg'f Straight lines Audene!! Service with a smile! ,pg ' "' . 3... One blow and Presto!! ""' Stretch and sew! Money!! If you like to sew, earn credits, and make money, O.S.C. offers a package deal on all three. This is their Commercial Sewing course. No pre- vious experience is needed, only a good manual dexterity and a keen interest in sewing. This class does work for outside organizations as well as it's own projects. A in Pinchl Pat! Roll! One out of every six people are in food industry jobs. The Commerical Foods program offers the background of, waiters, waitresses, cooks, chefs, pantry workers, hostesses and managers working in restaurants, clubs, hotels, and institutions. In this program, food preparation and service is stressed by actual, practical experience. Breakfast is served to the public Tuesday through Friday. The main objectives in the class are entry level skills, additional training, and rapid advancement if employed. Eat your heart out M.R.!! vt-2. """ ...... e, li ' -..1..... V , :nhl rn..-.., sq- ,dy iz-0--f han open pm 1,1 ... ' . K . X Visual Communications is a two- year course for Juniors who . . . are willing to commit themselves. Each student has four areas of visual studies which includes. Commercial Art, Offset Printing, Closed Circuit T. V., and Photography. These are all covered in the first year and the following year one subject is pick to develope his skills and which he would like to specialize in. As a Senior he developes job-seeking skills such as, preparation. interviews, basic vocational Eng- lish skills. Completion of the course then leads to needed job skills, basic entry-level and he may pursue a job or go for further training. Go for it Juniors!! Such poise. ps ,--n1 at Deep concentration. 'X .l X Lets hope it Works! I always liked coloring. f fs Who knows what Carl is doingl J-liglzliize J-liglz School Ami outlz Seattle Zzfmmunity Hrfllege There are two other groups that rarely receive recognition, the electronics course at Highline High School and the A viation course at South Seat- tle Community College. Students from Mt, Rainier ha ve been going to these off-campus courses for a number of years, but they are not widely known. The Electronics and Aviation courses prepare the students for future careers. These are great classes and we saved this page just for theml 1 ' v ' hm , V 1557.- I 'ij '37 ' I X .1 f i uis. m, Q tl lt goes where? ' ' Hold it right there! liil1zf!f!!lf,fflllll'Will . ?ufurc Kusiness leaders Of America If 1' xl! 0 'llkx sp 19 Seated: Gloria Ostrom, Connie Young, Karen Warner, Roxanne Bales, Sheri Jones. Second Row: Michelle Brule, Crystal Hamilton, Sharon Krough. Mark Westbrook, Vicki Beardemphl, Nancy Malmo, Sue Floyd, Lori Betzina, Third Row: Debbie Chase, Ruesch Muller, Elaine Taniguchi, Carrie Brown, Bonnie McGrath, Seated from left to right. Vicki Beardemphl, President, Lori Betzina, Vice President, Mrs. Kinkade, Club Advisor, Roxanne Bales, Treasurer, Mrs. Minkler, Club Advisor, Sheri Jones, Fund Raising Advisor, Connie Young, Secretary. Not pictured: Karen Warner, Membership Advisor, Sachie Fritz, Historian, and Gloria Ostrom, Historian. FBLA, Future Business Leaders of America, is a specially funded club intended for students who are seeking careers in the business field. The club competes on a regional, state and national basis in several skills areas. These various areas are in typing, shorthand, filing, and business machines. The club has been involved in a number of activities this year, including the student directory, a cake baking contest, Santa-grams, Vala-grams, organizing the basketball pro- grams, and participating in a jog-a-thon. The money that is earned through these activities is used for three SICXD scholarships, given to the March-of-Dimes, and it also pays the tuition for the members to compete in the state conference. Nancy Tangemen, Treas, K evin Konishi, V.P. 611155 Offivcrs Sheri Jones, Sec. John Seniors Scott Adams Joseph Ahl Dale Alexander Loretta Alix Da ve Allred Suzanne Arkins A " , "' uf .. 3 h if X, 5 ' ? Crystal Anderson Jerry Atkins Q in f I li lf it only could be true L iz Allen Elizabeth Anders! Lisa Axtel 1 Scott Allinson Mark Angeles f A Michelle Badalich -f !NUw , qmzrixg ,,-, ,VAV 2 . ? v 'M 51 U, ,, :sf , 'nf H. - . ' i x X , 1 Q 2 I , V A-MTI ,-T, Allison Bales Roxanne Bales Renee Banta Luann Bargmeyer l l 1 ' 'Q W J! MBWWWB -an tg.. ., k. V 'Q' ,i,,fx x B aa dysrgyfy ,fr . U -.fs Q f . .. . J. ' " ,. 4 v, , 4 V5.2 I gnc. , M . .. 5 Q., Q - l V ,WE BQ af , H 5 Q ., 'Q 'B 2 .WXBTT5 - .V ' , .Lg B . , , ,Ex ' "7- , , ,.nf,. , A ,T 'xxx' ..irQ41'5?fW- J Shari Barnes Kelly Barnhardt . Eric Barret Bob Bates H' ',:,?l'3: ,.V. 1 JAHAY' ,iw Al-,v-4 I , RW ' '-" 1 Q W. , xg, . ' K' V z 4 , " 's Vlckl Beardemphl Gary Beardsly You betchal larry Beardsly ' Clarissa Becker Kelley Bennett Robin Beuthin Wendy Bjorneby Diana Bergstrom , Xb , . If I 3 . , f 0 2 ei J .Q - , Yea-3 ng t. . g,w,.,.,m fa' 5 's 4 , V 5- t V 35. 4 5515 , ,, W, . ' 'ta 335 ' 3 , 'Sh , f -C X, 1 y f 'G ,I 'AH wt , 9 Lori Betzina Keith Beihn Roger Biggs N Julia Bitzes Penny Black Lisa Blouin , ' Mike Bodle B ,vit lx, X x X , , yn, K . f 7 W fs A A , gf I 4. gw kfx 'fd i5!",f5'J5L,' ' " .'.Q.hjf' Hey look at that Patl OH, I am George. Carol Bonathan ' Joy Borland gr ' i Q 1 -vfffrnezf f , - 1 'Qi .L ,gg . "' ,ff I ' .- '15 P' H. W lx if ' QL 3 4 X f JA William Bos well , 1 z T ,4 ' " 4 ef . nv- in 'ififf . 59 1 ' Y , e, ' 'Lf ' x if , B .N B 51 i Gina Braatan Crystal Brabant X ,,',fL:,v:K-.,5w- Q. X r -21,42 ':w.y-,mx ff 5- Qigifiii C f -5 . W- '7'i'-fiiffifieu f. 3 ,QJ2 ' , h4. , Q 3 , -- g f: , 'W 'x W w David Brand Cindy Breed Natalie Brewer -Pg? ' 1'-""x"'f?TifYf"Q5''Z ' ' ,ZR I-""f1iU-Q'. ' ,mf1: ' .ff 'x ni, ' .f",gvf- Y t. I - , V' T F 'fe : 9 'bfi . v, ,XX V . Y. , mxgel , ' .ni K, "' ' , A X we ' B - X - f- -'ll 1 I , , iii' H 1514 372, , . 0 f l f V. M - ,f " R511 JZQL. Q2 -' f 'f , iw 1 f -.uni 1 ,.,, .H Audene Brown Deborah Brown Cvnni BFUWU Larry Brooks v . 107 .W-I V, it .. ' Q3 . ffm Jeff Brown John Brownell Lisa Broxson Tami really gets involved in her work! Michelle Brule ' , -K 11 f Richard Bruhjell Kevin Budworth Julie Bush Greg Bull ' Dawn Burns Keith Burns N --3 rff"rs.+2-'ws e 1 eg, , 4: 'Q 2 h lx 'ffl i 1:23 fi, f , i tyi A 134. ' 2 .vvi ,IQ ,. Y' J- Q 115 ' , Patsy Campbell Don Carruthers Cheryl Carter Leslie Carter w 1 ' 'ml Paul Chilton I Bill Clos R5 Alum' Yi""" 5X xx. Sue Cole I Ji frlx 1- 3.11. QA i -2:1255 , ,e 74,9 H ' . ' 0 ,fx flfi i ' '. T3 1 if H .5 M , L , Q1 3. X 'Q 'L vi 11. lk 33 H 0.1,-' 3-C- fi l-,w2.,t:1s1'. f .g"2,'iff:.1.: y I 'TTU' 1 N f,.mff- Q 5-mf:?'F7?91' .F-A L' l' :Saga Bob Chapdelaine Donna Charbonneau ln - Marc Christensen Matt Christensen Don Clayton E ij Brenda Cable Mel Codd Cathy Colburn Laurie Coleman Smile Ranall V Myra Connell Tami Conrad' A 4? Y mgQv'bG??e?:::ry fzf, f - Zgflfiff, Q V 21- fgiisii I , -' -. I -my ni' " ' ,Li l ' - M 5 E Q A J-'2-.f ' " , ' If jx N Y. K ' '- K i f 5251? Q: 7 23V ' n F .A Wendy Copfer Susan Connolly I .Sam C ontora vdis 1 ' -Q ' 'GT 2 . 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Ai f'f I Kimberly Fisher - Chad Fowler Karie F yler 2 Keith Gettis 9 197 nag, These are lllllll' L :sa donde Grvgg Lqlllfdll JAIHFS- Glvll Da vid Grainger . .iaficki "55?,Q?-f?'5'fEZH" W, 552-' " ' '-4 - 5,-wg ' fa g, f .,a.3,1, f v?1gsf,,,.,f - 'hw ff. - , ' wx zfffn-aa www. xiiaf vg 'S 1- fffwrffiwa my- 1, x 4 'isa :mia waz- ' li L. , Y W' 5 f " :Zig L M - A: :jf rg " , H 5155 , , rrfggl Q ff., 4 ' X 5 filiiifig ' " - L' " 1 . 51555 1 I . ,f ff. f M ' :lg X ' ,g5gfy.,gQ,, X sk r Q.. 1 f '53, Wg-11115 w f - , all , ,xml ,L- I - . 1 .3 ' 5 ,. , N I ' ' k"'ni? 4 A is: X x ff V. ,N . ,K 59.54 ,. , , af X 'Ti- ", 1 wr-vf,,f' 3 X f 55 if 'f ,, Fisfii ,, , :ff W , Brenda Green Lani Haili 198 ,. kg, An. Dean G0t'hI'lIlg - Craig Gm v es Ke vin Hall IH' ll .H HL' Glvdsull w Norm Guldsbary Pa lrlcla Gra y M, me MM f 5 Lv f. 1, l Qi. 5 . W 5 ir.-s:f,1gfQ'x, -q gw ,,gQ2fA , ' X :f.,,.- ,rfqigmi a- ' 'XYM 5" . We 1.5: , ALL' ff- '. . Q ,V Y, qiif 3521! V- , -- V .x ,, - f-N ffl r f in " . 1 , A ,Rx,f,. - V : 1, Crystal Hamilton 4 ' . Iwun Hanks Kam' Hanley Greg Harding Herb Harris 1 - Q iff il ' iffflfi 'W "li " -1+"'???i'1:f 21,157 - fx ' , f xt..-M f V :il . pf A.-A 1. n ' I' - A ,QXEMQKLT ,XL L vi V. W S , d M Q5 ,Wie li, f ,Y if qi 'fm yt Q A R 'QA 'Q-V 'X . M XS ' .ig J' 41 ,M ?f at , N J" lx M , 1 K 1 Y ' ' x W 4 ' ' 5 Scott shows where "i1's"'a1! Rubin Hariman Duane Hay Monty Headland Sandra Heindel L'lmrluIIv Harris Scott Harris - Brian Hassler Q? Q K 'F fam r , s x" Jfv1'f1f,5g,1-fiiiigyfi':Q:Qf:E15wgrEQ:4 , ' is., . t K 34 1 g: f5113,, . If., f 4 03 y .4311 52 J ' ,fi h',g4f:f51-2sQ1,-wf- - ,K ' 2,43 mx: , ..,.-,. ,fa ,. A--k1.,fX7g,,3 1 fxw-Qmg ' z'x5Ql.Q,21 'Ii f 'fp wx rf? f ffifl f 1 ' fs Howard Hendrickson ,-2 - Homecoming Court and escorts? James Higgins Robert Holwerda jx Q' - X , l. ir? ,4 pw' , W fy' 1' ' , Deb Ingalls Eric Hill N , ,W , Brad Horning Keith Jackson Gordon Henry Bruce Holmes ' I Robert Her yla ',7"7f?: A - 5- 32,3 Dean Holmes ' Hjlliif ff " f 3' 'J Pi ' J fx 5 .St V 'E mx l A A ' , W ,A M liiamggjgg. , K K W Q ILQEEEZQ? i , F? . zatgkkjxizigrivv. E! K A 'S , I X 2: 'Q A xl ' " . , :W ' ' " fd f pw. Karla Ho vland fig ri ,nf W ., ,JW Zfwfr, :. H. f f f , 5 ,+ve 0 , M P . fi C 7 pp U 1 'w in - -.., R , X arf if M '- Patrina Jacobson L eanne Ho well Terence Jennings Melody Jewell Barry Johnson . ,W Loxxie Johnson Lynda Johnson Tami Jones Chris Juhnke Melody Keener Kathy Kennedy Brian Johnson Greg Johnson Robert Johnson X Steve Johnson Michele Ka vanaugh Mari Ka wabata The "Three Stooges. " Ai . .W V V. ,. ,moans N ,+G mn .J ,xffi 1 N K if 5, on osx' mfg X, Vx' , we . in ..w F W .gn L P 2 A ws., W ov. ' r, A H . , ,.. , tw .. A ff . LR Hu X 5 1 xy Q, ' ,Q Q 255 1 1 l sf' , 'Yin f 4 x w X x Lainey Kent Kris Ketlunen , K - I "Whar's a sheepherder to do?!" KEVfI1 KUIliShi b Bret Kgplin aw? 5ii'w1fVi'i'.f5bizj-slQgfvill ' 4515 - '11 22 ' "-Riff t: Lf 1:22:42-:J g Q lf-f -J 'H , 5, .,, ,gi 22:54 , ,-2 k 1--1 ' 1 -EP" 4-1 agzi. .M 5' ai' Z ,S , x A 3 1 , I , 1.33 2 54 ,1 X 31:5 .. -3:5-'31, fijzj 31:4 'aL 2:14 :fa .qv ---f v 1 W M' H 1 H' Pam Keyes I Scott Kindem A K Mark Klatt ' Monica Klatt 5253 "EH Q7 wiiifr X , E61 Nr no K g m 1 Y 11 K 5 A , Q xg 125 1 5 K A ,i ' ' muff-w:,,' v w- ,: E w- igs 1? '52 H 'T15 'R 1-a ' - 'Wi' A9359 f ftvgiglia S5251 f ,ff - gg: John Knobel Melissa Kokita '10 was- Gerald Kresbach Sharon Krough -K1 - H171 . 4 ' Mike Krull Rick Lanksbury Russ Larsen Dean Linden Tanya Lamb Chris Lamm Allan Lamon '11 X gn , a . FX f l l Kelli Larsen Kirk Larsen Dana Larson 7 - i Marvin Laubacher Carol Lawrence ' Martin Leonard 4- L a J .aa Linda Lomax Ah-hal 5tacy's not looking!! Debbie Long ' . : I ego. - Cindy Lynch - Jeff Matt N Bob McCaIip Jackie Love Lori L yen Peter L yen John Madson Ken Mahugh . Nancy Malmo Robert Mayer , , 9 J" K , E lim . g 1-1' 'v-. i 1 " if V W' 2: f fl? f f , if ,sax Q ' V ' L s ,. kgiyzfgi :re - f If? fi .L 1 Colleen McCaughan 'Miss Dana" Scott McClurken Bob McConkey Timothy McDaniel 2 rl M. EG M 5 4 we I 32.3, .,, . We J 1 5 xi' vs., k gg ' ' N? we S, Bonnie McGrath Lora McKinney Duane Melland Leslie Mernin Jennifer Miller Debbie Moa Shawn McDougall 12 gigggg.--1-1 '-..W . 1 1 ' . ,EE ygjlffilz "5 'i X , A W E y , ta- 'vi i Who does Michelle have her eye on? ,fff X Judy Mikel .laneil Miller Brigid Moffat Carryl Molesky is A . ,i qi 5 aber. K K . . I . fx gg . J fs gif. YQ . - Q L.. F , . Ha I Ski, ' ,L , . A- Carl Moore Zachary Moore , "Z ifa r orV l , Yggf- 'i.vx, 'U ff .-yi?-:vr'7" '- , nw' 1 . Q 'fi' ,. 4 1" vi? in b 1 I1 . 1 5 4 lg, Jn 1 IJ 'Q ' I wg 3 X x r - V W a, 'L 1, Q! f A, , . . , - .sg - E I H QA, Q ,W J ., x, YJ . 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Jr -lg. ,f x im! , J! 5 0 2.3 mm 41 x ga J N L 1 at 5 4 Q x L5 h xx at ' l 3 T , T' 1 .fb A A WE, 3 iw ,f ,, 1 ' " H "" ' 1 A is Q , M f V Q Q , f- .,,, M ' Ii'-2:--....: :1 Ste ve Newsom - . . ., 1 3 Q?" , . 12 f M . A he ' M ff ff! ' l- . -. -mi v f L, Leslie Nichols w W r 1 K V L i 1 K im Nighbor E N5 in Q J n W l a - l,. A- a N Sew L ,X L x jg 1 Q 5 ' L 'L ...s X L D W, 5 , 3-lil '.. Z 1 z 4 1 1 rn: --M'-.f A E lg Iwi! L, ' v 1 ' T 1 1 Brenda Odell , '64 js: ' if? 'R 1. 1 L SLQL L . A 1 ,,X, " i I .,- Mgt gan,-aw 15" :L J ,1 K l Q f F " ff f T VL . , Lwk r F .DV L ' 'Q lil 'iz 1 O K A ' e H Q' 1 1 wa, ,nf - 1 .' "M" "' rx ,. if ..f1:',,'1: ' Fw' , V. ,MW 5.5: J f ,Y ,, 4.-Q . V- ' 5 Q. 'SPT shi ii? 'sL1b.5L-,Emi A few. 5' -V fm ' -ass ffslxaf, ., 1 Rachelle Olsen -,ffmss-9 .L -4 wr i i X I Bob Pacunski Debbie O 'Boyle . Lesa Oestreich O Da vid Olsen w ' Mary Painter ' . , .and Eric is going to find out! Betty Ann Oldright f Eric Oman 1' ,au 'nw Q 3 4 f'C'i1-A .Q 1 A L v ii, I f " i i 1:39 5 o guy: 1 15 w a: 4' ' .- V ?ZQ 1l?EL'.?1 1.,L L, X r' f FSL: "...n- j" N ., 15. L A f L .4 ' 1 - -, , A .' 1 V f 9 Rita Pastrana , ' ,L Qjifti as a 1 ff 1 , , 125' 'hy 2 L, '1ym!E.Ka- . , 1 lk X X 1 is I C ' A Y' N , M! a 'xi 1 ,"5.L.. an ,mi Q 4 I ,, H "iff .Y , If if M aight a 1 3: X L e 4 1 xx f 3 Q ., N -3' Brent Oliver . 1 my . Q1 :gz-.gg fgzwgv 7 Wgggmggg 3: O -ffzfi' :T X Y Y xflfxx' .X -wl , bm Mm we im , Wi 5 mf wi 5 Q 4 , , Gloria Ostram Nick Pinachi 'R A W 'if '35 J hx gg S55 -lx ?'i 2 i 2 l E W. E 4 1 Xgq jj nw Q E Req '22 3 'F w -fe-'1' Q , -F , . 'Q s Brynne Pedersen Becky Perine Cassie Perry Michelle Perry Bryan Petersen Jim Petersen W , .. , . ,Q , 1 'H . , , 1ii3Li"L31 ' A M5255 . ,L . 4 l , jg.. Q L49 1 . gt ,i a w - 5 K 5:5 -. 0 - 233 f - ' ' ,Q , -ex ,si - . . 1 Y, . X XC by f P- i Mary Petersen Valerie Petrie I Cathy Pettelle Stacy Potvin i Steve Pewitt Linda Pierce Debbie Pigot .Iudy Puguet '- Carrie Remington 5 4 Nm X R I John Rogers Matt Pina Sue Prichard Betty Rhodes Julie Romano Julie Pound Ha ff Q tw IS-2 ' 'O ff . , - si m X22-51-. sw we . 1 1 :F X X.. ., A X 1' x Leslie Rahm - Gary Rider Da vid Ross ' J W , ,X , Jw J as , N7 ' gf. A ' W ff Z ., 'iw f , ,,...hA--.xx . x, V' Mary Pratt ,Q J: ,, ,,x,. ,DH s:."f " : L F E? Q sm , wi 1 wr Mm .. .ig Mr Lfjafn 1 f 55, . ,Q 1. Ji :aww 3 1.-N. 4 TT' le v. '-41 ali: N, YQ 5, 622' is if ' ' L f 53 ff' 1 V H' Scott Rasmussen Dawn Robinson Tamara Rassberg ? N Brian Roth Dwight Roush Dave Rumpza xiii?-,f,Q KT' 'Q M 1,-'Q-'iggfi , W e,.l , ..i?,1"1i P' 4 ffigg i t l W vff Q 'fix Q .' tg ,T xx I , fl, , X u ' fx JQQAQQ i j 1, ,vi i - Z l If 'fl we l- I E Kris Samac Ron Sands Jerry Sanford l I E L L l l 5 Laura Sargent Bob Sauerlender Shelly Sautell V Pete Schallaw "SMS" AI Russell Mike Sanford Laurel Scarrah l Karen Schaut T112 1f'tf'iad1iMf1-l . Q ez ii" ' fHf1.f'?9a2:Sigf3?' K' .rs-PTYQS'-' f , lgfffifg X. , .V Q. 1 'SL' . 'ig- ' IE? lf , V M z -0 wx ,S Q ' F X I K , X 1 Q 51 ,lf 2 tl! , Tony Schmidt Greg Schumacher 'Pauline" Chilton and '7CathIeen" Konishi .la y Sch wald Ken Searcy Michelle Shattuck W Wayne Shoopman I I L n f '. ' ' : ,xi R' I nf ff. K A - , 5 " I - ' fi ' ' i 31. Kris Short Mike Short Michael Shuey Barry Smith S S :gp I ff " ' W f- i . .fat K. W X - eg 1 '1 - S '-Q V ' 1' V 'x 4 " K ,gf K , .I , V 1 ' 'Av- agifjfk M y -X ix M 1 f if , MSN. ff, A fi' fx , i elle gh, F-4 .-W ww: 1 , , ' Q l1 YG?'X, Xl Rlifll- KN ,2 E Q2 ,ix ' 4 7 'if V., ' fl 1 -K lk A - 2' ' ff' 1, 1-.Yhf RK Dan Smith Lori Spiry Susan Stark Ken Steffenson Let 's Go Big Blue! fi? 'M e' ??E ifk-, ' ,Q Q fiif . ' -K', " QW' wr f f Q fu:- 7Gf'if 5,22 2 ' ' HJ" 12.4 my 'h'52ti'FS'M 5E5'1A ' -13112 -ff 1, .'r,1--Tile? 1'-4 .bln-. ' -- . u.:fS31L1:Hf::QQQ f A, at f A s 54' ,f ' " QQ-Sggiggif' ,1, 'j2.-"il? ,f -' s" "'f"rf 4 1 fr!! 1::?w"t . ' QA efgi?-9' DEQ'-. X ,i.'?3' P ip? I , ff g W ff 1 A Anne Stenbeck Debra Stineman Ken Sweeney Sharon Swift Douglas Stout - Michael Taggart Scott Steiger .egg-wg -.R-11 2'-We .25-:Emir-A: .win s MF K 1 r S 1" , i .1 A' S . www K 'JE-fffgk iffgzfag- - ax he xy t .,',1t, - D .I ,, .Avi ' 'Magi i f .1 vm, t' . ' H ,, . 61 tp, ' SSE .qw aiu-i ,if Kelli Stemm Charles Strong Nanci Tangeman I Elaine Taniguchi , , . ,-.,,.,,+W 5. T T ., 1 , Meradene Teske Betty Rhodes gives John Covey the third degree, Cynthia Thomas ' Connie Thompson , We .fflf 'f In N 5 u Pamela Thompson Mindy Thorpe 5, 43' ,f- David Thompson Lynda Thompson George Timlick Dan Torres 21 Sf 5-'f 3 isa' . li V of . gt: 'I L .gi 1 4 3 1 up , ,E 12' Dan Smith gets a' 'Bang" out of playing his cymbals. L4 'f-is 5 57' W' ' u. 4. if-V Q Q fp iilqll I ' be ,J a jg A, ,, Shelene Vanous Karen Warner 1 l Daniel Watts Michael Way Russell Tyler, Da vid Ulfers Brenda Watson John Webster Robert Tyree Dean Vandenberg Carol Watson l Sharon Weholt X Seek. " 4 Mark Westbrook Lynette Weston Charles Whitney Dean Wilson W d.?5:E?' W T25 ig'ii1l?fl25H't if riff? ' 5 1 mf K ,fa ' K .3 if Q 1 K' ' 5 2 t N YW pggg: A, 1,51 ' X' "gig . Connie Young -llldy YOUHS Debra Weigand Carolyn Whitcomb riff-:wx L , 'LE' i, 1 ,L M x , WW qs 3 , an , 4, ag .3 ,M 1 in '9' L 7 u. ,. ff . tu., Q Q Z f Ji N., J 1 94. s f' ' ' Af 1 Y aff Susan Winders m X S ' s rx. 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M ' ,ij ' NX X ' X f Lorrie Elliot Pat Kelly l Mirtha Laredo Mary Lough Debbie Marten Rory Rawlings ,Mary Ronia Aguirre, Richard A ymar, David Baker, Joe Boetcher, Joanne Brewer, Cameron Briggs, Phil Buchheit, Carrie Church, Mindy Clawson, Chuck Cohen, Sharon Ellis, Ken Fields, Jackie Foster, Steve Fritz, Sachie Fuller, Kim Goode, Nancy Green, Brenda Grieve, Alison Hansen, Cheri Hawkins, Anthony Helmer, Cheryl Hendrickx, Charlotte Henry, Sandy Hindmarch, John Holm, Kimberely Pivfures Nat ,4 milalfle Holmes, Larry Hood, Tom Houghton, Tanya Jackson, Raymond Johnson, Chris Jones, Randell Jones, Scott Joy, Yoland Kartchner, Kristi Kellmar, Leslie Kennedy, Kevin Kirchner, Greg Koontz, Martin Lamp, Leslie Laswell, Tracy Latimer, Kathy Layton, Jim Marsland, John McCann, Barbara McClellan, Gerald Mott, Joey McCIung, Leo McClurg, Kenny McCormick, William Moeller, Timothy Nash, Lesley Na val, James Nugent, William O'Conner, Deanna Oakley. Shawn Olsen, Randy Palmer, Barry Pilant, Randall Powell, Pamela Randall, Christie Rathburn, Kenneth Reedy, Bennett Reichl, Lorri Riikula, Joe Rueschenberg, T. J. Russel, Judy Scott, James Sloan, Mark Small, Clifford Spriggs, Julie Stevens, Michelle Strickler, Robert Ulrich, Leroy Vance, Kelley VanVleet, David Toga Queen Michelle gives the eye 'Macho Man" Jeff 's reply. . , ke! Seniors revert to sophomore behavior, Paul and Bobby bid for Connie. Wild and crazy guys, . . F' 'N' Debbie Weigand and Scott Allinson use class time wisely! A Ulf? 9 ,, Mx Mary argues her point Come on Mike, taste it Luann doesn't like it , , . , x : 1 ' e x ff X Qxff ,QR 1 x f e X .X x nf, W I S . , 1 . Anticipation . . . T 1. 1 .L Disappointment! I' he '7unchtabIe " crowd C' N iv N quam- WN! 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Loretta 90 I88 Allen. Aliza 36, 78, 81, I88, 20I, 2l9 Allinson. Scott I88, 219 Allred, David 45. l88 Christensen. Matt 72. 73, I93 Church. Mindy 2l7 Clawson, Chuck 2l7 Clayton, Danny I93 Clos, Bill 83. I93 Coble, Brenda l93 Cadd. Mel l93 Cohen, Sharon 2l7 C alburn, Cathy I93 Cole. Susan 26, 88. I93, 22l Coleman. Laurie 93, 96 Connell. Myra 36, 40 Connolly. Susan I94 Conrad. Tamara 83. 9655194 Contoraudis, Sam I94 Hall, Kevin 43. 86, l98 Larsen, Kelli 203 69 I84 L K 20 Hamilton, Crystal 30 3I. 68, . , l98 arsen. irk 3 Hanks. Kevan l99 Hanley. Katie I99 Hansen, Cheri 2l7 Harding, Greg l99 Hardy. Robert 2I9 w,,,a,,..--,f , Harlow. William 26, 75 ' Harris, Charlotte I99 Harris. Herb I99 Harris. Scott l60 l6I. I99. JCD Hartman, Robin IM, ' Hassler, Brian 43, 7998 Hawkins. Anthony 2l7 'W Hay. Duane I99 -"' Larsen. Russell 203 Laswell. Tracy 2I7 Latimer. Kathy 2l7 Laubacher. Marvin 42, 83, 94. 203 Lawrence. Carol 74, 76, 83, 88. 203 Layton, Jim 2l7 Leonard. Martin 203 Linden, Dean 203 Lomax. Linda 203 Long. Debra 204 Lough, Mary 22. 2l6 Love. Jacky 204 L yen. Lori 204 Anderson, Crystal I88 Anderst, Elisabeth I88 Angeledes. Mark 42, 43 45, 46 I I88 , . 33, Arkins, Suzanne 9l, 92. I 74. IBB Atkins, Jerry l88 Axtell, Lisa 87, I88, 2l9 A ymar. David 2I7 Badalich, Michelle l88 Baker, Joe 2l7 Bales, Allison 83. l6Q l6l, l64, l89 Bales. Roxanne I84, I85. I89 Banta, Renee I89 68, 69. 96 I89, 220 96 I89 C o ve y, John C opler, Craig, C riss, Dantzler, Daugs, Diana Davis, Rana Davis, Russell Da wson. Day, Shari DeBoay Heather Haill Lani I8 I98 Monty I99 Sandra I99 John Bruce 75 77 202 94, 203 Lyen. Peter 204 L ynch. Cindy 204 Madsbn, John 204 2, 45, 46. I99 Mahirgh, Ken 204 Malmo. Nancy 96, l84, 204 Marsland, John 2I7 3 Marten. Matt. Barbara o 'enny Scott Pennachi Pedersen Perrine, Perry, Cassie I77, Perry, Michelle 22, PetersonPetersen Peterson, James 208 Petersen, Mary 43, 96, Petrie. Valerie 208 87, 88, 203, 204 Pettelle, Cathy I82, 208 Jjfg Pewitt, Stephen 208 Pilant, Randall 2l7 Pfaeffle, Thomas l82 Pierce, Linda 96. 208 Pigott. Deborah 208 Piguet, Judy 208 Pina, Matthew 209 Vance. Kelley 2l7 Vandenberg, Dean 2l4 Vanous, Shelene 2l4 VanVleet, David 2l7 Waller, Margret 87, 94, 95, 202 Warner, Karen 83, 96. l84, 2l4 Watson, Brenda I75, 265, 2l4 Hauser, Julie l29 Hawkins, Denise l29. I 75 Heesch. Randy l29 Hendricks, Denise 361 32, 68. 59, Henson, Denise 90 l29 Hermann, Doug L70 Herman, Lisa l3O Potvin, Stacy 203. 208 Pound, Julie 209 Powell, Pamela 2l7 Pratt. Mary l6Q l5l, l64, 209, 220 Prichard, Susan 209 Rahn, Leslie 209 Randall, Christie 2l7 Rasmussen, Scott 95, 99, 209, 220 Rathbun, Kenneth 2l7 Rawlings, Rory Reedy, Bennett Reichl, Lorri Remington s Rhode Rider Baines, Baker, Baklund, Banta, Watson, Carol 45, 46, 2CE. 2l4 Watts. Daniel l77, ISI, 2l4 Way, Michael 42, 43. 2l4 Webster, John 2l4 Weholt, Sharon 2l4 Wei. Jane 87. l82 Weigand. Debra I75, 215, 219 W?3!. I84. 215 Dean Herth, Cheryl Hill, Neal l30 Hine. Wendy 2ll. 2l4 Mary Tornes, Dan Turner. Timothy 26, 27. 28 Tyler. Russell 2l4 Tyree. Robert 2l4 Ulfers. David 75, 77. 83, 88, 2l4 Ulrich, Leroy 2l7 LH' I74 Q Markley. Kelly 18. 133 Marquette. Keith 133 Marsland, Sonna 133 Martini. Michael Hohn 15, 133 Massey, Linda 133 Mattson. Diana 133 Mayer, David 133 Mayer, Toran 133 McCarty. Cynthia 133 McManus. Casey Joeseph 134 McCalip. Tracy Lane 133 McCall. Murray 133 McCaughan, Aileen 133 McClellan, Greg 133 McDaniel, Cheryl 134 McDaniel, Sonji 134 McDonald. Duncan 13-1 McDougall. 5. C. 134 McGee. Rob 139 McNew, Steven 134 McSheridan, Bill 134 Mehaffey. Douglas 139 Mericle, Scott 134 Michaeh Denise Rose 134 Mi1ler,QNarcia 134 Mills. JefferyrScott 134 Minnis, Janice 139 Mirante. Mary 42. 43. 124, 134 Mjelde, Douglas 134 Moa, Judy 68. 59, 134 Moffat, Katrina 26, 134 Moran. Shannon 134 Mossman. Michael 13-1. 1-ll Mowder, Theresa Marie 134 Moya. Nancy L 139 Mugerian. Paul 134 Muller. Charles F. 134 Muntz, Theresa 134 Naff. Perry 135 Schultz. Cathy 136 Schultz, Sherry 136 Schwartz. Michael 136 Scott. Kevin 139 K Seabolt, Carol Lynn 139 See, Paul 136 Shaffer. Mark 136 , Shaffner, Marc 136 Sherles. Kennedy 139 Shores, Daniel 136 Silkman. Shannon 136 Simmons, David 136 Skelton, Daryl 43, 136 Skills, Janice 139 L Slack, Ken 136 Smith, Elizabeth 45, 136 Smith, Jeannine 136 Smith, Jeffrey 15, 13 7 Smith, Mark 137 Smith, Michelle 137 ' Snider. Gary-93:Q137A5 , j Snipes. Darlene 13 I 174 3, Snipes, L1inda13Z ,t74jQ gg 5f1YdPrlrrGf?8i'FYfA13h51392 5HYdf'fl519-5156531455157 1135355 15, P rwiai, Laura so si, ,138 Nelson, Glenda Sue 135. 140, 175 Newlun. Mike Ross Nichols, Regina Leigh 135 Nichols, Rob 26, 28, 43. 126, 135 Notman, Brad 135 Nugent, ,lon Walter 135 Olsen. Guy 26, 135 Olson, David 42, 43, 135 Dhlarheim, Arne 135 -Neal, Mindy Lou 135 Osterloh. Eric 135 Ott, Gregary 139 Owen, David 43, 135 Pacunski, Charles 26. 75. 135 Parker, Robert 135 Parks. Randall Lee 15. 135 Parrent. Michael Roy 135 Pederson, Alexander 135 Peterson, Brian T. 135 Petersen, Carol 135, 174 Pewitt. Sheryl 135 Phillips. Diane 135 Post, George 139 Pratt. Bernie 135 Ouinn. Clyde Willis 135 Ramsdell. Wendy 135 Rasmussen, Kristi 30 32. 68, 70 135 Rawie, Darren 139, 140 Reedy. Shirley 135 Reeff, Karen 136 Reef, Kevin 15, 136 Rhodes, Joe 136 Richards, Rhonda 136 Richter, Phillip 136 Ringoen, Kristi 125, 136, 141 Rios, Thomas Blaz 42, 43, 136, Roberts. Sandra 45, 136 Robinson, Belinda 136. 139 Robinson, George 136 Rogers, Robert 139 Ronia, Renee 34, 35. 136, 141 Roston, Michael 139 Roth. Brett 136 Rowin. Toni E, 139 Rowland, Robin 30 33. 43, 68. Runipza, Dean 136 Rutledge, Gary 136 SandovaL Darinkha 136 Sanford. Cheri 136 Schalow, Thomas 136 Schrantz, Janet 136 Sode5n,1Michae1Q136j.gfg-fff+f"- 500'-'Pri 5f?V4,,133ff.lf5 A H 5'313,Yf.KE"1l3J7 ig 32514, f Steffenson. Kat111een136.iS3, 13 7, Stephens, Alan -139. . - Stewart. Magee 139 3 A Stoneman. John 15, 13 7 Stout, Michael 13 7 Strain, Jodi 13 7 Strom, Joseph 137 Strong, Randy 137 Strong, Susan 137 3 Stuhring, Susan 68, 71.2 13 7 Swanson, Gwenda 137 Tabor, James 13 7 Thompson, Melinda 94, 13 7 Thomson, Mary Jane 43. 137 Tiaden, Terri 137 Traverso. Michael 13 7 Tronson,.David 15. 138, 183 A Tucker,'Lori 1383 ' ' Tyler. Cindyil38i5l74.ff .," Ukura, Roberta 138 .. Unser, Kathy'43. 138- Vargas, JamesS138,Q. Viehmann, 'Carol 138 A waht. Gwent 133 , gf. 1 Wallace, - Kathy -45,1 83, 8 7,5139 Walter, Steven,-95. -139 V - Warden. 'Jayne 43,5138 Watanabe, Gordon,138 Watson, Paul 75, 138 Webb, Ginger 139 Webster, Debra 138 Webster. Elaine 138 Werhman, Raymond 138 Wellman, Lori 30 83, 138 Wheeler, Robert 139 White, Suzanne 138 Whitson, Rebecca 138 Wickline. Melody 161, 138 Wilcox, Vanessa 138. 175 Wilkin, Scott 138 Wilson. Cynthia 138 Wilson, John 138 Wilson, Michael 87, 139. 183 Wilson, Tracy 139 Wise, Keith 95. 139 Woo, Joyce 139 L , Woo. Wing 139 Q-V Yager, Brian 139 9' 1 A Young. Steven 139- f f Zalud,' Paul 1393 V A V Zehrung, Tainera 139 , Soplztiiiwres Ackels. Jeralyn 30 33, 99, 102 Adair. Richard 102 Admas. Maureen 46, 78. 102, IM Allen. Duncan 102 Allen. Joanne 102 Allen. Ronald 102 Anderegg. Jon 102 Anderson. Michael 102 Archibeque, Carrol 102 Axtell. James 102 Baccetti. Kristi 30 33, 68, 102 Backster. Janet 117 Bailes, Micheal 102 Baird, Scott 102 Q Baker, Todd 46, 94, 95, 102 Baklund, Gregory 43, 102 Bales, Douglas 102 Bales, Shannon 46. 98. 102 Bargmeyer, Cindy 102 Barnes, Bradley 102 Barnes. Richard 15, 17, 102 Bartlette, Shane 102 Baucom. Jeffrey 102 Beck, Ronald 1023 Becker, Cherese 102 Belk. Michael 102 Belvill, Jeffrey 18, 43. 103 . Benjamin, Sandra 103 . - Benner, Elizabeth 103 Bennett. Jeffrey 103 Berg. Jenine 103 Berg, Louise 103. 175 Berglund. Leif 103 ' Bergstrom, Michael 103 Bese, Roberta 103 Bigger, John 103 Bjorneby, Norman -16. 103, 119 Black, Kelly Blazier, Todd 103, 119 Bledsoe. Lora 36, 103 Block, Jack 103, 115 Body, Kevin 103 Bolles. Ronald 43. 103 Bonathan. Nancy 103 Book. David 103 Bordwell, Julie 103, 174 Borland, Holly Bosteder. Lois 46, 103, 175 Bowen, Bruce 43, 103 Bowers, Gregory 15. 46. 103 Brand. Jeffrey 43, ,46, 103 1 Bratton. Darcey 68, 103 Braun, Vicki 103, 174 Bretz, Jeffrey 104gQ L .1 A :fe Briggs, John 99, 104, 115 5 g- K j . Brinkerhofh Janice 43. 45, 46, 1043 iff! S' Brock. Carmen 104, 174 . Brooks, David 104 ' Brossard, Chris Brown, Darrel Brown, Kenneth Brown, Sindie 104, 174 Broxson, Dave 104 Bruland, Dan 104 Bruland, Darby 104 Buckles, Pam 104 Budworth. Bruce 104 Bull. Jeffrey 104 Bullstrand, Garth Burch. Dara 104 Burger, Kimberly 104, 106 Burger. Scoll Burris. Mark 104 Bush, Michael 104 Butler, Darren 104 Byers. Jon 104 Carlson. Julie 104 Carterman. Lori 104 Cary. Thomas 15, 104 Chse, Michael 104 Cherrington. Nadine 104, 174 Christensen. Karyn 104, 175 Christmas, Deborah 104 Clark, Deborah 104 Clark, Lori 3033, 45, 46, 98, 104 Clement, Neal 105 Connacher. Colin 105 Conway, Brian Cook, Jeffrey 105 Coronado, Joe 105 Cowell. Dawn 105 Cox. Jolm 105 Cunningliam, Anna 105 Dahl, Suzanne 105 Dailey. Debra 105 Danieron, Sherri 105, 174 Daugs. Dennis 105 Da vis, Ann 105 Davis. Kimberly 105 Dean. Dan 26 De Vaney, Kim 46. 105 Dena, Shelly 105 Dickerson, Bill 105, 115 Donlan, Dan 105 Downey. Lynn 105 Eberly. ll Donald 105 Edmiston, Carie 22, 36. 105 Eickholt, Dolf 105 Elgin, Connie , ,Eliason, Eric 43, 105 fllington, Romald 105 Deborah 42, 43, 106 gfnneking, Richard lil? Jeri 106 5ES?eifrass,Michae1io5 1 E?X1sYail?Slie'5Gfl06 3 EE-?WM+4ff1?iEfW I - A Q?in?,5l1er,11DalvidQ6.'--106 ' 5 Fife, Duane 106 Fletcher, Kevin 106 Fletcher, Shawn ILE forsloff, Bryan 106 Eosbery, James 106 Foster. Paula 106 Fox. Jeannette 36. 106, 118 Fox. Sheri 36. 106 Frischmann, Gary Fulford, Da vid 1613 Gardner,- Young James 106 Gerlitz, Gina 26, 107 Gettis, Jay 107 Gidican, Rocky 107 Gilmore, Nancy 107 Goetz. Marlon 107 Goode, Darren 107 Goodrich, Milo 107 Gordon. Cynthia 43. 107 Gosney, Mark 15, 107 Gould, Regena-107 Graham, Gary -107 Graham, .Teresa 107 3 fqrandont Janine 36. 87, 88, 107 isfayg,i4ar1iyrg9s,, 107 , - zffiisifigfifeiiciggetp, De5nna'107 YifiiiiifiEi-Ffeeniiian. John 107 Groom, David Jeffrey 107 Halverson, Nancy 36, 46, 107 Hamilton, Valerie 30 33. 103, 107 ' il-lamlnack, Steven Roy 107 Harnder, Teresa A. 46. 107 Hartman, Tammy 107, 109 Haugan, Brad 117 Hauser. Frank D. 107 Hayes, Gwendolyn Mae 107 Headland, Robin 107 Heindel, Brian Joseph 107 Hendrickx, Linda 107 Henry, Kimberly 108 Herreara, Heide 46, 95, 108 Heryla, Kim 36. 43, 108 Heyrend, Simone L Hewitt, Mark Anthony 108 Hicks. Sherry L 36, 87, 88, 108 Hickok. Steven .L 108 Hixon, Douglas Joseph 108 Holm. Kevin Val Holmes, Darvna 108, 174 Holmes. Jodie 108 Holmes. Robert C. 108 Hoover, Michael L. 108. 115 Hoover, Sheila 99, 108 House, Daniel 108, 119 House, Rhonda Lee Hovland. Charles 108 Hovland, Craig A 108 Hoxie, Loreen M. 108 Hubbell. Todd E. 108 Huber, Charles 15, 43, 108 Hufh Pauline 108 Hughey, Cheryle A. 108 Humphrey. Michael 108 Hurley, Christine Diane 108 i K Johns. ice-tty M. Rss, 109 Huston. Denise IOS lanniciello, Carol IO8 Isbell, Stephen I03 Junt, Tammy I09 Joynes, Jefferey I5, IOS! Jovanovich, Mike I09 Jorstad. Sheila Ann ICU Jones, Keele R. 46, IOL-7 Johnson. Scott Alan IO9 Johnson. Tim A. .IuIinson,.gLisa IOS A ,lohnsonli?DanieI'Kevin lO9 islensen, ,QFWIIIIGH L. Qlefftfegyffgflizabeth Ann, , Jarvis.TI.ynnette'36. I09if'?j flanway, ,Patrick Michel-1 ..iJaHw!61,.Laur-ilk '09 . den rf, 5, Si "1 Jacobsflfathleeh l0.9 jmif.. L-m. Jackson, Cynthia 43, - +'af'f?f?I?f CPFQIYH Jean. '08 K-'fffilkfmbfflifilcg' lzfliiige .. Kalaniar. Markilf, - A 7 Kalkstine, Joyce M. 46, 109 .,Ka?n1a.,s.1na1e11r1o7. 109 Kangas, Wayne A. Katzinski, Timothy Alan I5, 42. 43. l99 Kellmar, Kimberly Lynn lO9 Kemp, Carolyn Elizabeth 43,'I09 Kc'r1b0k.51:vLf Timm-if w,fg2.5.5 Kennedy," Kelley J. IO9, I75 Kerekes, Robin 22. 46. IO9 Kettells, Jody A. IIO King, John C. IIO King Nancy Kirk, Shellee Rae if Klein, Brenda ll0f"i Knobel, HoIIy,Jo IIO - 1aBaunry5Susangg35,43. 7gflI0 LaGrandeur, Thomas E. IIO' Lamb, Melena IIO K Lainin. Kenneth.15,fll0 . A LBIYIOFBUXQVDHLJEQQFO ..ff.5Q53 Q.: Lamp, Rebecca 46f IIO fc Landry. 'Yvetteiwlarie IIO Larson, Laurie Ann .Lathropplenn y IIO iiiiilaybook. Richard Dean IIO r. .,, X. 5, Lee, Albert Edward I5, AIIO Lewark, Christopher P. IIO ,,,' Lewis, Robin Lee lvnsifi-Wade S- N0 , Lovre, 'Jana M, 98. IICLZIZ5 Luschei, Kevin J. IIO 'Z Lynch, Theresa IIO y Q Lyons. 5teven.R, IIOWQ, , K :V McCann, William 265 43, ' l04,cllli McCarty, Cindy 26. l54 Mogfhesneyl-iJames Curtis I5, C Ill McNair, Brian S. III -1 McManus, Marianne Ill Mc'Junkin.i Shelly III McGrath,fKathy III1 . . McGinnis. Kenneth E. ' Mceacherhn, Marilyn l09, III -McDaniel.-Angela, I03, III McCracken, Cynthia IOS, III McRea, Kristi Jo 68. III M3hUgh,'4,J3H19S LB., 95, IIO Maley, Craig l5,I7, IIQ II4 Malmo. LeAnn I08, IIO A-aMandriquez. Dean Richard lI0 . Maresh, Da vid L.. IIO H Pritchard, Margot ll3 ' Marquette. Joan K. 36, III y Martin, Jacquelynn Lee 36. III. I75 Martini, Christine Ann Ill Mason, Traci A. 45. 46, I06, III Maxie, Susan .Lynn III Medina Mandal- Victor 26, III Meeks, Anderssa M. 36 ' Mennie, Annette M. III Merritt, Bret Michael lll Metle. Krystall lll . Miller, Scott Ill Miller. Susan Gayle 22, ll! ' Milner, Kimberly 78. 708, II2 ' Minton, Russell II2 7 - Mitchell, Brian R. II2 Mitchell, M1cheIlegM,,36, Zggflll i ' -5 2. ,ffm Moa, Dwayne K. II2 Molesky, Scott Peter I5, lI2 Moore, Kerry I5. II2 Moore, Paul M. ll2 Morgan. Michale II2 Mueller. Jennifer K. ll2, I 75 Muller, Rory Allen ll2 Myrick, Laurie Alene 43, II2 Naff, Michael II2 Newberg, Darrell Newell, Todd II2 Newsom, David I5, 75, IIJ. II4 Nichols. David 26. 28, 43, 75. II2 Noess, Michael ll22f.' Noll, Brian II2 Norris, Windy II2 ,L Oakes, AnnjQII2 , . ,. Oie. Heather 46, 87.112 Olsen. Steve II2 , Olson. Richard ll2H Ott. Brian II2 Otto. Roger 26, IIJ Owen.jQarlene Ill Pacunsl?i.fIJohnfiI5?+ 7 7 5 Parisio. Cynthia ll3 Painter, Todd Il3 Parker, Scott II3 Passmore, Rhonda 46,.l174 - Pastrana. Emilio ll3 Pedigo, Tina- Ili, Pepin. Rustyf?75 I 1 Perkins. Micheiie II3 W.x' ' Perry. Vonda,,lI3, I75 f Peters. gg., Peterson, Chad II3 'ffl Peterson, David II3 . 7 Peigfsoiv, Tygfonique III pimps. reiiyf f fag Pike, Jeannine Pinnell, Dawn 30 78. lI3 Pitt, sha1iii2ih:118,'t15. 114 Pittman, Leanne!!! -' 7 . fi ,Valerie 43. ll3, I 74 .. Prifhara,'A7v1argqifSit31q Prokof. Carolyn-ll3 1 Pruett, Lawrence II3, II5, IIS. I44 Radfordglaurai A ' C Rabin, victoria '43 113 Rausch, Kristine .II4 Rea, Heagther 46533114 , ,.,.. ,., ReuthergtMiChelBill4, I755 T' Richteijglanet II4 A . ,.,a.fR1ikulQE5i5cof,r Riichiifikndy if 7 - Robinson, Randy II4 7 Rood,5Jeffery Rosi, Donald 41.43, II4 ' Ross, Clifford 42, 43, II4 Rossberg, Michael II4 Rueschenberg. Jeff II4 Rowland, Brock I5, II4, I5lI5, ll9. Rumpza, Michael II4 Russell, Troy II4 Ryan, Terisa II4 Salzer. Eric II4 Sargent. James II4 Schrader. Lisa 46, II4 Schumacher, Scott 43, II4 Schwarts. Randi IS. 46. 98. II4 Schwald, Karen 43, II4, I 75 Scott, Linda L ' 1 - Scott. Robert Seim, Kallyn Shannon, Carriej 3, Shackelford. Rod Shaull. K inton Shelton, D'Nay 46. II5, I74 Sherles. Vincenti'll5 W Shoopman. Kirk 45. 46. II5 Short, Laurie Lynn ll5 Short, Mary Beth II. I75. Shultz, Colleen Shultz. Lynn Siebanaler. Paul I5, II5, II9 Simanson, Arthur II5 7 I yfs. ' 3, Sloan.,Bart ll5 A ' 'X Skallill. M1ctgaetQlI5X I Ltstt S1t1ill1fDaryIxf55'i:57 ., smith .eai Kenneth II5-no if Xeanr . if Smither. Paris 68. 70 lI5 Smither, Shelly 68. 70 ll5 Sorenson, Kim II5 Sparks, Martin 74, II5 Spearow, Sharon Il5 Spickler, Jeffrey II5 Squire. Darlene II5, I 75 St. George, Lisa 94, ll5 Stanley, Robin Stanley. Roxxanne II5 Stebbins, Brian ll5 Steigers, Curt 26. 43, ll5 Stephani. Sharone II5, I74 Stobi, Bruce II5 Stockman, Joyce 30 II5 Storeno, Sara Ann II5 Stowe, Tammy gftroiii, Gregory lI5 Swanstrom, RickAgIl5 Thirkield, Kenny"46. lI5 Thomas. David II5 For-Thonras. ,Kathy,ll5 Tltombson, Massive II5 Tiinlick, Laura 46, II5 Tipton, Libby ll5 Traub. Sherilynn II6 Tucker, Charles Tucker. Jayne II6 Underwood-fslbff lI6 1 Van.iWyk, Mikael 143212116 Van.Gasken, Kris 43. 68, ll6 VSLQGZLLLH FEMS. Wagner, .. Wahlstrom. Daniela 43: II6 Wf!?5.Da"i'-fU'5 I Warner, ' Robert 425 II6 flifi. sf Wa y,. Sher yle ll6 v, ..MZebster. Mary ll6. Weeks, Laaira 46, II6 J Welsh, Clarinda 45, II6 I Werre, 42 , Wliitnef2?DawngIl6g L, Wigsmoen, Rogerfll6 Wilcox, .Deborah Il6 if Williamggx Williamsgf C ynthiQ,,36, Il6, Donalifilli 1 5 Williams, George' -43, II6 ffjf" Williams, Wendy II5 Williaiiilsgii' II6 L Wilson, Marc 9' 7 5' 5' 5 Wilson. Robby II6 Wilson, Troy II6 Winn. John 45, 46, lI6 Wog, Heidi 78 ll6 Wood, Brian II6 Wood, Juanita 45, II6 , Worthington, John Zanowicz. Leonard II6 Zwink, Kenneth ll6 Ziciilfy ,Q Staff Abbott. Custer Karen 54 Albrecht, Karolyn 54 Arnold, Ruth 55 Barr, Roger 55 Baird. Bill 55 Bartlett, Jon 55 Baudin. Phil 54 Bernard, Dennis 54 Bertino, Sue 55 - Blumhoff. Marianne 55 Blush. Terri 58 Bonathan, Jack 55 Breaker. Matt 55 Brenngman. Richard 54 Ken 58 gg ...,,, Carlson, Russell 54 ' 55 Clement. Frank 55 Coiritnand. Mel 55 Cardes, carizss ' ,,...,y Craig, Paula 55 " M. ' ' you , 5 ,g,g:,, .. , ,.: 4, 1-fa " - Maize, . . ..fkf1i'., ' 4 N' as mQ'aS:,- - 1 ' L., .MM Dotson. Jerry 54 Duncan. Merle 54 Hunger, Ernest 54 I-arness. Richard 55 Farris, Terry 55 l-lynn, Greg 55 I-orslof, Beverly 55 Frandick, Irene 59 Fuller, Michael 56 Geiss, Bill 59 Glennon. Jim 56 Gunsul, Cle 56 Hawkins. Nancy 56 Hayes. Jean 58 Hein. Robert 59 Htitchson, Neil 57 Hutton, Floyd 57 Kelly. Bob 56 Kemp. Martha 58 Kemp, William 56 Kinkade. Georgia So Kinsey, Jerome 56 Kobel, Mel 57 Konishi, Hanna 58 Lasher, Lyle 58 Llewelyn. Rusty 57 Matt, Rosalie 59 Minkler, Pam .56 Nichols, Robert 55 O'Brien, Joe 56 Olsen, Ellen 59 Pappas. Lou 56 Paulsen, Frieda 57 Peterson. Karen 57 Price, Dave 57 Reynolds, Stan 57 Ribling, Tom 56 Ringenbach. Doug 57 Sartore, Gene 56 Solotnan, Fred 56 -Stallings, Irma 56 Starbird. Barb 56 Thorne. Marie 59 .-Thornton, Alvin 57 fTrout.' Jeanne 59 Ukura, Ray 57 ,VanGaslcen. Mark 57 5WaIlentine, Mary .58 Wanzer, Ernie 58 Wining, Dick 58 Zablocki, Victoria 59 Organizations Annual Staff 96, 97 ASB l60, l6l, I62. l63, I64, I65 Band-Choir-Ensemble 42, 43, 44, 45 46 47 Camp Waskowitz I68, I69, l7Q l7l Cheer 34, 35 Chess Club 89 Conclusion 226. 227 Debate I66, I6 7 DECA 90, 9l. 92. 93 Drama 48 4 Drivers Ed. 50 5I . .1 Expl, Childhodd I72, I73 Faculty 5 Staff 54, 55 FBLA l84, l85 it Honor Society 83 4 International Club 86, S 7 Junior Class I24, l25 Mountain Club 88 Newspaper 94, 95 Office Aides I74, I75 Operation Xmas 84. 85' t.. OSC I76, I7 7, l78, l79. I8Q ISI, I82, Rally 36, 3 7 Reading Lab 49 Senior C lass' ISS, l89 5KY,?ClUb 32 U, Sopljinore Class I02, I03 2 X l83 Annual Staff felt privileged to have been able to hehn preserve the memories each student had of their 78- 79 year, here at Mt. Rainer. You may ask how I9 confused people managed to organize a yearbook that was actually printed right side up. Admittedly, we had some heya. This years Annual Staff would like to express their gratitude to Mr. George Somoff and his assistant photogra- phers Mark Oswald and Donn Northquist, for their patience, effort, and terrific pic- tures! Also, many thanks go to Mr. Jim Palm, field supervisor, who put many hours into this annual. The Annual Staff would like to give special thanks to our beloved leader Mr. Gene Sartore , the mastermind behind the operations. We greatly qppreciate his advice, patience and all his hard work! More than likely this yearbook would not exist without the assistance of these dedicated individuals. 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