Mount Si High School - Wildcat Yearbook (Snoqualmie, WA)

 - Class of 1982

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1 HW x A 5 -- V N Y 2 f X X l X' ,Z QW 4' bww' f x CUQKSUCQQ ESTEEMED v1cE - PRJLNQI PAL MACK HRMSTRQNG TNBL6 OF CONTENTS Opening Section Senior Portraits 12 Students 33 Staff 55 Activities 60 Sports 76 Clubs 102 Spring 112 Student Creativity 129 Memorial Academics 146 Advertisements 166 Index 180 Closing 186 IYIOUNT Sl HIGH SCHOOL SNOOUNLIYIIEI, WASHINGTON VOLUME XXXVII "" f B.. 'E S an 1 ,A 4 ,Q wHI!!W:W: " M H N - 'MH' ,QEMQGF W -12 'fi L: ,Air wh , V W. W J I W? Fi 133135972 ! " 'H!T1!liwF'3J ' Niywijzg 3Y1:.u-,j-- 1' " 'E "N-- L-WI, UMR!!! H1 Magi mm 1 ,Qi w ix Friends A friend is a person who knows all your needs. A person who sends a gift with every smile. You share every secret and every thought. You talk together, laugh together, and even cry. Sometimes on the phone for hours on end. Maybe just to pass the time or brighten a day. Friends are people who know how to care. They lift your spirit on gloomy Mondays. They will help you to forget all your troubles. They reach out and touch you when it seems you're all alone. They lend a helping hand when it seems your whole world is sinking in. They lift you up when you're feeling down. Sometimes it seems that nothing comes free, but the smile from someone who cares is worth a million dollars. Money can't buy the special meaning in a friend. Every person has something special about them. Just saying "hi" is a way- to show you care. Every day there are oppor- tunities to make new friends. ln making a friend there are such rich rewards. A day of sadness can become happy- A happy day becomes even happier. - Lauri Storaasli - 4 Opening Section .al milf fix, - M QQ-.gg SEQ swjfjfq -SW' 'GS J E rv U .ge - 5, . 1. Deron Smith rocks to the music. 2. "l can't believe it," says Kail Pickler. 3. Deanna Rhynalds discusses at lunch. 4. Are you trying to show off a tan, Eric Nicholson? 5. Mr. Cloakey gives ad- vice. 6. Kim Qualey gives us a hard look. 7. Jane Briggs, Judy Breeden, and Cindy Bush play soc- cer. 8. Can't you study, Shari Yates? Opening Section 5 IJ Dale Harris plays touch with Linda Thomas. 25 Heidi Evetts, who are you chasing now? 33 Miss Ott instructs her class on sunbathing. 45 Michelle Tuttle and Lisa Pezoldt enjoy our sunny fall. 55 Was the joke that funny Colleen Boyce? Tony Board didn't think so. Remembering Going through the attic of my mind, I come across old books of memories. I brush off the thin layer of dust, taking time to remember. And as I turn back the pages of time, the pages of my life, I recall many things. Laughter, sorrow, pain, joy, and hurt. So many things. So many memories. I look. . . I read and remember. I sigh. l can always remember, but I can never go back. There are many empty pages in my memory books. Some have been erased, to make room for more entries. And many have never been used. My future. What will it hold for me? I close my book and store it back in the trunk from which it came. There will be more to look at, to read, to remember, when I return once more, whenever, to the attic of my mind, to remember. - Amanda Sangren - 6 Opening Section -sill - sif- xii ' iii E 5 , 'nw -N 1 W 1 I x, V W wi ,X 1 Af!! ,off Despite the faculty cutbacks the administration carried on ad- mirably. Responding to the pro- blems the students pulled together immensely, showing their spirit at the pep assemblies and in classrooms. Mr. Armstrong stated, "There has been excellent behavior and less harrassment between Seniors and the underclassmen than in the past years." QAdministration's goals for 1982 included improving instruction to provide the best learning at- mosphere possible. They also hoped to build up school activities and athletics. 8 Administration I ,E 4 1 ml N ix .. 2 or .sem 1. Mr. Lindberg is tickled by Mr. Davidson's possessiveness. 2. Kelly Willig shows Mr. Armstrong how she feels about him. 3. Mr. White shows off his profile. 4. Mr. Davidson tours the school with Mr. Lindberg. 5. Daydreaming again, Mr. Cole? 6. A bit confused as to what he is supposed to do, Mr. Davidson stops to think. 7. Mr. Armstrong just loves making speeches. 8. Keeping his mentality going, Mr. Hashiguchi reads a lot. Administration 9 Our school budget was low, but our spirits were high! Mount Si students really showed their stuff at the pep assemblies throughout the year. Every two weeks, students had the chance to raise their class higher on the spirit roster. Miss Swanson, cheerleader advisor, expressed a desire to get everyone involved. "We want to get everyone to feel they have a part," she said, "lf the reaction at the pep assemblies was anything to go by, they've done a great job." One of the ways total student involvement was achieved was through the spirit games. This year's games emphasized mass participation, like the ever- popular "crowd the circle." That's the way to show your spirit, people." 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Y -lei gi Aid-Q, f . xi Vg R Terri Adcox 84 Tammi LeSarge ,le .MQ 1 wi' X fm , ' 5 VKLLL ,A .,,, A mln V A 1 Louis Champa Pam Carlson Mike Welling 14 Baby Pictures if i Far Sue Williams X Melissa Phillips Maria Morton 'i!4'?' gil Melody Marum Terri Storaasli Moselle Horiuchi Tammy Tuttle ,ai V . 9 5 Frank Allen Laurel Monahan Baby Pictures 15 September offered seniors the chance to vote to see who would make the 1982 Hall of Fame. The Hall of Fame, now in its second year, is a special addition to acknowledge and applaud those seniors who made special and uni- que contributions to the senior class. Your votes comprised the following list of special categories and their winners. Best Looking: Dan Hagen Cathy Schuller Best Dressed: Dan Hagen Jackie Castro Cutest Couple: Brent Evetts Terri Adcox Most Individual: Craig Blazina Cheri Higley Best Leader: Frances Gehrts Best Athletes: Brent Evetts Linda Thomas Pam Carlson Most Intelligent: John Gephart Debbie Upton Best Personalities: Monty Wright M o s e I l e Horiuchi Nicest Eyes: Bob Shaw Laurel Monahan Best Smiles: Elliot West Sue Williams Friendliest: Terri Storaasli Most Talented: Monty Wright Dan Hagen Terri Storaasli Best Sense of Humor: Monty Wright X Most Likely to Succeed Best Dressed Pam Carlson Most Likely to Succeed: Dale Deboer D Jackie Castro una Best Leader ' nigg Cutest Couple 1 16 Hall of Fame Ambitious, eager, and a little nervous: enter the Class of '82! Freshman year was led by President Allan Lamb, Vice-President Robin Blankenship, Secretary Lisa Tyler, Treasurer Cathy Schuller, and ASB representative Kelly O'Donnel. Advisors were Wayne "Hash" Hashiguchi and Miss Jane Lindquist. The class did their best, but fund- raising was alittle short of spectacular. The freshman's highest achievement was placing second in the Homecom- ing float competition. Nominated for Homecoming Royalty were Cathy Schuller and Allan Lamb. The seeds of greatness were just starting to emerge. Hash again took the helm as advisor, along with Miss Elaine Swanson, for the Class of '82's second year. With the help of President Pam Carlson: V.P. Erin Brock: Secretary Frances Gehrts, Treasurer Dale DeBoer, and Business Manager Julie Peterson, the sophomores climbed out the hole and started to gain momentum. Standing in the Spirit Competition rose from fourth place to a respectable third. Homecoming princess was Billi Bethards, and her escort was Rob Castagno. Junior year brought financial stability. President Craig Blazina, V.P. Frances Gehrts, Secretary Moselle Horiuchi, and Treasurer Martin Ehrich brought the class together to finish with a superior second place in the Spirit Competi- tion. We brought forth our royalty by electing Jacqueline Castro as princess, and Monthy Wright as her escort. Class advisors were the ever popular Hash and Art Galloway. We have become unified, and arrived a step higher! The Class of '82 was guided by very involved leaders including: Frances Gehrts as president, Jacqueline Castro as vice-president, Sue Williams as secretary, Moselle Horiuchi as treasurer, and Dale Deboer as class representative. Homecoming was blessed with sunshine and nice weather. This event was well organized and chose "Illusions" as its theme. The royalty consisted of six beautiful princess and their escorts, one of which would be queen and king. With Shannon Moore officiating the ceremony, each couple received a box. Each box was to contain white flowers, except the elected queen and king whose boxes would hold red flowers. Terri Storaasli and Dan Hagen received the red flowers and were named queen and king. The royal court also consisted of: Jackie Castro and Allan Lamb, Moselle Horiuchi and Martin Ehrich, Terri Adcox and Brent Evetts, Renee Hughes and Eric Riley, and Frances Gehrts and Monty Wright. As we look towards graduation, we can definitely say, "Well, it looks like we made it!" Congratulations Class of '82 I ,v ,- - T? l Senior class officers are: Frances Gehrts, Dale DeBoer, Moselle Horiuchi, Sue Williams, and Jacqueline Castro Senior Officers 17 Susan Adams Terri Adcox Franklin Allan Cara Anderson Marget Andreasen l Richard Andreasen ' Mike Arrington Jimmy Williams creates another masterpiece. Cergssa Auckland 'Um thaw' w N K X l Laura Auckland John Baker Kenneth Barnett Donovan Bartlett 18 Senior Portraits it - f ll. ' , LeeAnn Baumgardner David Baunsgard Billi Bethards Kathy BGUS Dreaming of being a star, Konnie Kittleson? 'U' ti New N, Marrianne Blair Robin Blankenship Craig Blazina Ben Boston ph 'I it iii Colleen Boyce Pamela Carlson Jacqueline Castro Shelly Chamberlain Senior Portraits 19 l A fir Q Louis Champa Jr. Marc Combs Patricia Connelly Shelley Cooper Robert Cornet! Mark Crabb Kathleen Davis Thomas Davis 'H' 41 Martin Ehrich dreams of Homecoming. 20 Senior Portraits Dale DeBoer Druann DeLaney Gregory Dickman Kimberly Dougal Powderpuff cheerleaders do their stuff! L.. Martin Ehrich Ellen Eshe Helen Eshe Brent Evetts :ZWQM - I Teresa Durham Patrick Duvall Jim Eads Ken Earlywine ' - 2, ,ff Sigh? gdsiikgw it ,4 l Bob Shaw is astounded by Joe Laskody's developing muscles. Senior Portraits 21 ,WK Rene Friday Jeffery Gapen William Gerst Richard Gildersleeve l l I A l'1?"'f'1 Darryl Schneider shows us the senior strut. Senior Portraits Frances Gehrts Steven Gladsjo Kimberly Grant Eric Haakenson Y i John Gephart 'CN Anthony Glover Lori Griffin Daniel Hagen Bryan Haustveit Patricia Hawley What's on your mind, Renee? Cheflyn Higleb' JUU9 Hillman ml ,X -is. Marjorie Hills Laurie Hindes Jeannie Hodges Suzanne Holste Moselle Horiuchi Gary Houser Scott Howe Renee Hughes Senior Portraits 23 X. ti X tt' . ni 1 Gary Jackson Eric Jeffery Stephen Kehoe Theodore Kennedy Tanya King Konnie Kittelson David Klement Linda Kohlruss 24 Senior Portraits 2 W6 Jeanette Jenner Arnold King Eric Jorgensen 1- Robert King . Sw f F712 Kaz Yamasaki, Kenneth Earlywine, and Mitch Lankford listen attentively. f Jacqueline Kohn Michael Korsmo Allan Lamb Lynnette Leadbetter X 9' su V Jackie Castro ano ierri Storaasli save their smiles for a rainy day! Mitchell Lankford 'inf Michael Leaf Tammara LeSarge Cynthia Little A , 'T' S -Av . Els Mark Little Tamara Martin Melody Marum Bill Massey Senior Portraits 25 'Q iw lx A -f Mary McDaniel Douglas McKiernan You will be late to class Jay Ryan, if you do not hurry. Kirk Miltimofe Laurel Monahan ?"'u1 M X uv Shannon Moore Elizabeth Morris Maria Morton Jeanette Nelson iii wc. ,X 33 il, is ti M 1 3 Eric Nicholson Lena Noel Kelly O'DonnelI Gladys Pacheco 26 Senior Portraits John Palmer Elizabeth Pankratz Stephanie Parkins Jody Paul 1 Pak , . ,Q w -,,Q,,:,.-i .JA Darryl Peterson Julie Peterson Melissa Phillips John Pike Noreen Polejewski If .. ff W " W QS Jack Rainey Jr. J 'W 'W i K gm Karma Randegger Stephanie Sams is blinded by the light. Monique Rich Senior Portraits 27 Bonni Richter Eric Riley 7 Hi M. Theresa Schlicting Darryl Schneider im F i r 7 5 ku, 9 Monique Rich, Rene Friday, and Ann Ruwaldt all have school spirit. 28 Senior Portraits Ann Ruwaldt Stephanie Sams Cathy Schuller Michael Sether is i-an I Rebecca Shardelman Robert Shaw Terry Sorenson Joyce Spencer Van Stevens Patricia Swanson Katherine Torluemke Michael Welling Senior class still has spirit within them. V -r . .,,' Tammy Tuttle Troy Werelius til Terri Storaasli - .1 'r Linda Thomas Lisia Tyler A ti Ci aff'--Q Elliott West Debbie Upton 'QP' Don Williams Senior Portraits 29 Jimmy Williams ,MMU-"" Susan Williams Kimberly Wolfe What's the matter Doug McKiernan? ls seniorities starting to set in? Monty Wright Kazumasa Yamasaki 30 Senior Portraits Richard Andreason dreams of the day when S.W.P. will be just a memory! Shari Yates ., .i K12 ,q 2 " assi JB 19 Q" 1 Vx V , M ,,,,15.,... .- .1 I Senior Candids 31 1 , I ' f 3, , wx Mew' - x BMWQ' , N 1 J 1 ww " H +' 'Mu mm uw -2 2 mi' ,ur -, V ,J .. 7ws4 i Q. I Q-,ggi n- , H. Tx 3 i I I I , 5 ' 5,4 fx 35 mr , 5 Y' A ' Y uf if Du. 5 , 4' I 945 F3 ' an ,JFS W ' F 'EZ -um. YWNWKNN Y X Q M ' LX , 4 ,w .- v ,W H, W 0 Y F Q! i, Ja 'Miki V 5. qua' .mf- .WW iqiiqggmgwri' U,Q53"??ia4 4 'W' ,IJ .,L,, ,, wif z Egg' M1 ' ww wfi, 1? I 'F Vg f , as , in.. .sr The junior class set out to make themselves more than just another "junior class." Goals were raising money for their senior year through cake raftles and selling key chains and candy. Another goal was to respark spirit in the class and to get the whole class involved in activities. Juniors placed first in Homecom- ing float competition. Junior girls also won the annual Powderpuff game, by a score of 14-13. The class of "83" was led by President Tammie Adamsg Vice- President Spencer lacoluccig Secretary Lynn Hindesg Business Manager Cathy Scotty Class Representative Judy Lindeman, and advisors Ms. lttig and Mr. Roeber. Lisa Ackerman . Tammie Adams ' Q, fg Donald Adcox - --X Curtis Ammons 1 a? - Carolyn Arens . A if? 'P Q Frederick Argelan N ' Robin Baker . P Dara Ballard Lindsey Barbeau Scott Batton 6 i t I WP X yt is ... fv- James Bennett Shannon Blazina Kenneth Boonstra Mike Bownds James Breeden Juniors 33 Jane Briggs Glen Broughton Christine Brown Laura Brown John Calhoun William Carnegie Mindy Carr Anna Champa Michael Chandler Alison Chassid Jeffery Child Donaree Chouinard Ingrid Christen Susan Cleven Kimberly Coleman Lesa Cooper Rhonda Cornett Paula Cox Dana Danielson Wallace Davenport Marcia Davidson Ronald Davis Steve Degroot William Dellinger Kenneth Dillman Brian Dills f 531 hm' ' 3 Q2 J J- , ,, ,.,, ,W ' ., fn ,E My H 2 saws- 'W 'Qlf ,,,,, , Q S Catching paper airplanes, Kris Willig? 'wi 1. if ' f fy? ,f f f W 1 4 2 , ,a ,,,, ,M ,,,, f if at 4 it X 59 2 115 9, f ,t v ai? fx, Q Dlt ff f H? 1 'F J ...... an ,V J, 4 J l iz ! U 24' , f . :'- , , 5 Q, ini 34 Junior Mugs ... ,. l it Xa Q We. W of Q f L Chanse Rogers is awed at the cheerleaders. l ' if Michael Eads Troy Eaton Wendy Ellsworth Eric Elvestrom Michael Estes Carol Evans Amy Farnes Julie Ferrier Russell Forslin James Freeman Sally Garcia Mary Gatewood Monica Gehrts John Geisler Delia Gildersleeve Peter Glover Lillian Godoy Cherie Haas Judith Haglund Joyce Hallstrom Toni Hamilton Colleen Hampton Darin Harrington Dale Harris Angela Hart Ricky Hart Junior Mugs 35 Toni Henderson Jeffrey Hendrickson Sandra Hendrickson Denise Hezel Chris Hill Sharon Hill Lynn Hindes Arthur Hodgins Melinda Horiuchi Renee Hughes Robert Hutfless Spencer lacolucci Dianna Jackson Kenneth Johnson Lori Johnson Andrew Jones Tami Jones Josie Kester Kelly King Marcy King Mark Kohlruss Kirsten Konopaski William Koplin Alvin Langston Joseph Laskody Caroline Lassen A ig .A ': " xii 4 N4 .. ...,,:,::-tt5lEE-ltt ,. lsl stttt ,llsttttt , ,,l,m,,,s ,,..,t,il , . , + N N meme ws he .. , K K sz Z E .. ,N :wi W il fiiii, :E 2 .:.: 2 ' s' , 'iff' Wt L55 SSX x S we FRN CoitStone,the1unk food junkie. 3 testis .ll Q Qi L Q . A 1 Lei, t sf? . A L' do . r i 1 ,L , - A ttttt,y, V A A EL ,z .... xt, .... . is .. Q S ,igsisggg iesfm. was 'sqssriisis ' XX X P X N f f'K K K ex . is 3 S in as as X X Je? Sill S 5? 5523 I of X :S was X 5 Q E i ? if 5 - 5. fr.: 36 Junior Mugs ei. .,5::1E3.fxf z 2. x if hy- - ,, v. . A I . we is is ' ..:- L wg Viii if L , Sgr. l, ' kt . , M, ..-fi .- 'vw it L , x 5 .-s,,:1i:..s::EEsE . ?Is:."'I:f'EE5"' , ' W i E5 ' L 0 W Donaree Chouinard thinks she's a shoe in. 5 W 5 1 K QXN 'K X 'L tttt 3 fi' 1' 'YV A 0 Q in .. A ' .s 1 .4 S be W 9 ur 'ff - - X , 5 fi I ii lust f 'fi L ,y Z nm R x . "' is . S T 2, gs, ' is ii' . I K 'S 1 ' .. X f 'DY TI, LQ ' M. , Melissa Lems Alan Lind Kelly Little Renate Mafli Alec Magdlin Robert Marshall Kenneth Martin David McAIexander Robert McCarty Douglas McConkey Susan McCuen David McDaniel Debbi McGill Brian McNeeIy Darrell McPhetridge Michele Melde Joe Milliman Nancy Monaghan Lisa Monahan Cindy Moore Tevis Moore David Moses David Myers ""' wendy o'Keuy 'Nev Annie Perazzo ' Alicia Perryman 'L K XXX - X X s 3 """'2 Junior Mugs 37 Christine Perryman Lars Petersen Roxanne Pew Violet Phipps Kristen Pickler Timothy Pillo Rayco Pribic Nancy Pruitt Nicki Pudinski Tracy Quaale Whitney Querro Scott Rankin Deanna Rhynalds Joan Rice Tim Rich Benjamen Richter Danny Robinson Christopher Roddewig Chanse Rogers Kimberly Rogers Lisa Roidt Roxanne Sampson Janet Sauvage Thomas Schiesser Traci Schneider Cathryn Scott f X 5 X t Q ws cl X Q it tttt. 1 9 Z X , ... P X 1 ,X 38 Junior Mugs QV 1 I of ei- 5 4 I S t --s at -R X ' ..kk . T 'V.: 4 You're not paying attention, Rob McCarty. Catherine Shea Karen Shelton Paul Shockley Deron Smith Stacy Smith Kimberly Smithson Coit Stone Kris Swihart Stephanie Tachell Kathy Taylor Marjorie Thomas James Townsend Katherine Tracy Dana Treadwell Lisa Trussell Steven venera Teresa Weber Heidi Weisenbach Heidi Welling Jeffrey Weppler Stacey Werelius Kelly Willig Kristine Willig James Willing Daron Wolfe Junior Mugs 39 The "awesome" class of '84 set many goals for the year. Thanks to Advisers Gary Miller and Maureen MacLean, President Kerry Stillwell, V.P. B.J. Schiesser, Secretary Bryan Zemp and Business Manager Lauri Storaasli, these goals Cto be en- thusiastic at pep assemblies, to be the richest class ever to leave Mt. Si, and to be unitedj were fulfilled to the hilt! Fund raisers were: a can and newspaper drive, a T-shirt sale, a dance and the "hoop shoot." Homecoming was a mirror image of last year! Again, Royalty Lauri Storaasli and Brad Kaasa led the class to first place in homecoming activities. "Overall, this year was great. lt's really great not to be a freshman!" commented Kerry Stillwell. Terry Altvater Korlette Anders Peter Andreasen Dayna Auckland Sheila Austin ,ll Steven Avenell Shawni Barrett Earnest Bartley Susan Bauder A ' L John Beesler 5 h '.- were - sf.. .- JE, . Jeanne Behrndt Rebecca Berg Lisa Birdsall Nicky Board --N? X E X X j 8 f Y XE' 1. if it si Marty Boonstra A i ss. 40 Sophomores II! X. 'wig it Nw s Fd fa. I v . .Nc K 5 ' "1 ,,,, .. I f-1 . ' 534 gl . M , ,f 4 t i 1 i 5' a s t " Q nf , 'vm as X Q L! 5 t r X, tr B l Ext .9--wi? K x Lori Boston Samuel Boyce Sean Boyle Judith Breeden Scott Brennick Brenda Brice Christina Brown Preston Brown Marcus Brumbaugh Fred Buchman Cynthia Bush Richard Byrd Gina Camposano Joyce Carlson Richard Carmichael Daniel Carpenter Robert Case Sean Cassady Shannon Cernick Carol Carbonneau Arthur Cole Cynthia Conway Douglas Cowin Robert Crittenden Lora Crow Jill Davidson Lani Dellinger Dean Dillman Kimberly Dills Michael Dolan Monika Dujrnovic Thomas Duvall Shannon Ehrich Karen Elliott Scott Elsasser Sophomores 41 Craig Emanuel Robert Emry Robert Farr David Fetherolf Kenneth Finch Frank Fischer James Fure Eric Fykerud Corky Gere Barry Giles Laura Graham Shawn Graham Daniel Grant James Griffin Gayle Grina Tami Grina Lori Gunderson Randal Haberkorn Michelle Hako Joseph Hamilton Marcus Hanson Tracy Hawley Kathleen Heath Steven Heitman Karen Hickenbottom Bradley Hill Carolyn Hodges Kristine Holtzner Jeff Howe Tammie Hubler Laura Hyatt Kevin lacolucci Bradley Kaasa Julie Kelley Douglas Kerch 42 Sophomores it M, -iw f if X A X X 5' I' -4- Sw i fy " i 7 I' ,vw 4, as l X - -. ,,.k 5 .ig Marilyn Werner and Noelle Pieper are excited about learning Gerald King Erin Knoll Richard Langston Bonnie Lapsley Laurel Larson Jill Laskody Marylea Lillejord Theresa Lindback Sarah Lindemann Lisa MacDonald Angelique Macris Mona Martin William Martin Paul Mason Danny McClain Cheryl McCuen Teresa McCurry Richard McFarlane Charla McKinney Brian Melin Jeffrey Miltimore Jeffery Mitchell Angelique Morris Darin Morris Dale Moses David Mosher Sophomores 43 Cathy Munro Rachelle Nadeau Mary Nelson Richard Newton Brian Norman Tracey O'Donnell Charles Oliver Michael Oster Terri Ostergard Cathe Osterhout Dalin Overbay Jaimie Penzinski Ryan Peterson Lisa Pezoldt Darren Phinney Noelle Pieper Jonathan Pike Becky Powell Nenad Pribic Julie Ramsey Steve Ray Cynthia Reno Glen Reule Alan Reznick Ronald Richter Debbie Ridgley x. 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S533 ., of Q qi, 1 .-if . c K fm. 1 ,. i ii"'m ,X Si Q1 v X Y J rv H xr Qi Y' or 44 Sophomores Lisa Riley Martin Robertshaw Kie Robertson Cathy Roddewig Joe Rogers Debbie Ross Kathleen Roy Becky Sale Pauline Salois Amanda Sangren Rosie Santos Jennifer Sarrapede Betty Schiesser Kerri Schlicting Daniel Schroeder Karen Scott John Scribner Ward Semell Brian Sether Laura Sharpes Scott Shaw Robert Simmons Mark Simpson Terry Sisk Shelly Smestad Cullen Smith Jeffery Stafford Kerry Stillwell Lauri Storaasli Nancy Stout Charles Thomas Donnie Thomas Duddley Thompson Kerry Tillman Julie Tredway Sophomores 45 Keith Turner Shelli Van Zandt Barbara Verity Janene Waid Pamela Webb Teresa Weideman Ryan Werner Curtis White William Whites Chris Widener Adrienne Willder April Williams Robert Willing Lynelle Woodwick lshea Wright Juri Yamakita Bryan Zemp 1. W LEE s 44 Q4 9 L rf 4' f dddd rt y it wif f if 6 W ,f tt yf r'V"'IP' il ,, .1 K, 4 :-- ' Q f . - , f 1.3 f, 1 vi, , ,, l sell ,fa , , 4 , , i f I 4. ,V i - , f, ,tr , , , Y,,,, f ,,, .1 f 1? f ,, E N111 on ,,, . J ,J Kie Robertson studiously poses for the camera. Bartlett, Douglas Blankenship, Valinda Champion, S. T. Clark, Judy Czetwertynski, Ann French, Christopher Gabel, Dan Hendrickson, Jodi Johnson, Carla Martinell, Russ Martino, Jack McCoy, Arthur Moore, Stephen Morrison, Ben Qualey, Kimberlee Schaan, David Small, John Smith, James Stallman, Kathleen Wolff, Wade 46 Sophomores ::- li- Q - - s .14 94. , J 'N .- -Q S :Ms -. -- , ,,kk,, ,.z... A-.EWR , . XQK M. T.. --'I 1 1- ----fi lifilz--il. r ' . .- . img- 1' - -' ' iii f-1 -7 -Q-,z--na' w ff 7 i s--2. .. . ...ex cet.. -- ,- .- -.---X:----3,f--s.s-ss - -. z---'I-Q-iegsi-w . , -,-- ww, -,.,...-.... .,.y-22 ----J f--- my- . .s.f-1.a-- Q, its W ? ZW -SQ tt -- ..', 1 - -E. 5--X - .M-ag. , Kgs . - : get . . 5kA,k l .. 1. A -'ilu-'ie' '- 3-gp.. Y S , M . it fit 4' 9 XX , ,,. 'U Y? I The "Class With Spirit" was led by Presidents Joy Hoffman and Jim Stevens, VP Karin Westover, Sec.!Treas. Amy Schultz, and Business Manager Chris Craigle down the path of future greatness. Advisors were Mrs. Edna Robinson and Mr. Bob Morrisey. Freshman goals were for financial stability and working towards senior year. The class of '84 brought forth their presidents to represent them for homecoming royalty. "Absolutely one of the best class Mount Si has ever come up with," says President Jim Stevens. Sf it , L Q Michael Achord Andy Akin Valerie Alltounian Kevin Amsler Lisa Anderson W l-Qifetagg , f ' - Scott Anderson A 4" 4 Barbara Aukerrnan xg, I Nicole Baker y Douglas Barnhart H A Bret Battey I . 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J 4' Q, 1 V I I it 'TN .E " L: ,., X I 1 X 1 Jeffrey Emanuel Vern Erickson Tamala Everson Heidi Evetts Julie Farr Sean Federline Dan Fischer David Fletcher Norman Force Sean Frick Duane Furstnow Grant Furulie Jennifer Galbreath Timothy Gasper Tascia Genson Julie Gephart Dane Giraldin Timothy Giover Gina Godoy John Gomm Chanse Graham Marla Graham Cami Gray Connie Gunderson Robert Haas Tami Haberkorn Frosh Mugs 49 Charles Hallowell Alicia Hamilton Lila Hand Tina Hansen Christine Hart Kimberly Hart Jonathan Hayward Barbara Henderson Ronald Hendrickson Keith Hicks Joy Hoffman Jeffrey Holloway Stanley Holstine Melony Horiuchi Nantes Howe Richard Hunt Jason Hurst Dennis James Christopher Johnson Erik Johnson Zane Johnson 3 we xx Wm We ., 1 Connie Gunderson acts tough. is f his Pi 1 fy 1 .K it ,S 1 . .... gsm. ,ie-S 5-1 -J M.: A it li +V A ' iii K N K rd 'Q wav- I , D ZZ: . k'::: ii' .' 3' .. iii Jacqueline Jones as t. so i ::: , :'i X' -.K i t Cary Kassian 2 9' A Sarah Keller t V .V i ' 'K Gmnett King ' 1 ht't1 , W . 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J Marla Graham tries to hide from the camera. ,M-ri "1-TW"-..- 'K 52 Frosh Mugs David Sharon John Sheppard Amy Shultz Danniel Sim Danny Sisk Heidi Smith Matthew Smith Kevin Snyder Lonnie Snyder James Somborovich Kimberly Sorenson Sheri Southworth Ricky Sporgeon Erik Stearns Twyla Steinberg Kristi Stermetz James Stevens Sybil Sukut Paulyn Swanson Sammy-Lee Thaxton Michael Thomas Matthew Thompson Wayne Thompson Brenda Tofsrud Kathy Tolleth Kristy Tolleth Frosh Mugs 53 Brian Toppen Karol Tracy Michelle Tuttle Tymilynn Uhl Kimberly Umbaugh Donald Vistrand Adam Waggoner Cynthia Walker Anthony Wallace Teresa Webb Russell Webster Russell Wentz Marilyn Werner Eric West Karin Westover Daniel Wilbur Anthony Wilkerson Mark Willder Janette Willey Lee Ann Wood Bryan Wyrsch Philip Yates Heidi Evetts walks inthe breeze. -1 .N-,...,sN4 i t .,,. ., K is it at , t X s 'N 'uf 1 . l YY' 3-b - 54 Frosh Mugs Q:-few ME Wig 5 W SWL Jgwgygb 553. ..'f'o If Q3 gf RNCVHER wmv THE. UAH? ' 531 A .X - f , - -- Q E . 1 aww MM K ' XXGMN Kp ,QM Cnrug, Qxfov AT X kyyxj .fx , . x - 1 N Y' N 'JJ QJXYQ-J Juxgjxi f s X ' y vffU'X,, 5 O-'VX' AKPLJL' WN Q N V K" Q Q J1,32fJl13wJg J f QLQUAJH f151 fvQE F -H! 3 f,:,1,. ax P f ,H7 4451 if ii 2 R T'Mm1'F-utils, TI155 I Mack Armstrong Larry Avery Ray Beach Maggie Bennett Tim Berndt Dorothy Burnham Irene Burnham Donna Calhoun Dave Clifford Elaine Clifford George Cloakey Marcene Crowder Dennis Daigler Thea Daigler Frank Demchuck Glenn Derwin Sandy Foerste Art Galloway Ted Gombiski Bill Halstead Marilyn Hargraves Wayne Hashiguchi Kristy Hubert Maureen lttig Marlin Jensen Mike Johnston l e K s If x , 5.52. H .Mr 3, R, .. K . 3: ,QQ mtv! ti 1 .f-5 jg 5 ii' J . lj ' zs , ' A W ir 1. - Q 9. ss T" Q "'N- I J w W9 S Ren? Q 'ix Q X W - ls it Monday, Mr. Morrisey? 5 Stu fl lp s 4 xv x Y '59 K x X ai .IL x 0 1 SL. qi!! S s lt's been along year, huh, Mr. Odman?! Linda Jones Francis Kelly David Knoll John LaLanne Carol Lawrence Dan Martell Rosemary McPhaiI Gary Miller Bob Morrisey Peggy Ott Gerald Rene B. J. Reynolds John Roeber Vivian Simpson Nancy Skerritt Ellen Snyder Barb Swaney Thomas Tilton Mark Venn Sidney Weller Staff 57 C With the budget-cuts: Lyieai, - numerous departments suffered. It also affected the secretarial workers, in both the Counseling Center and the Administration Of- fice. Their salaries were cut down due to the cuts in hours. Instead of working five days a week, they worked four days a week. Not only did the cuts affect the secretaries, but it also ceased the continuation of the activity buses. Money was tight this year. The School District felt that the money used for the activity buses were better off some place else. All in all, the school managed very well due to this unfortunate set back. 1. Mrs. Derwin prepares lunch for the students. Lets hope it's not the same thing she prepared yesterday! 2. How can you smile with all those screaming students on your bus, Cheryl Bartley? 3. Handsome Herr Tilton steals another one of his student's hearts. 58 CertifiedfClassified Staff if if "I,, .... sssi 2 'flmnunu 1 5 1. Mary Johnson smiles when it nears 2:20. 2. Mrs. Busdriver is glad that school is almost out. 3. Ellen Snyder projects one of her beautiful smiles. 4. Mrs. Irene Burnham does not feel so hot today but Sandy Foreste fulfills her job by comforting her. CertifiedfClassified Staff 59 X LL Q 4' in 9' A 'N L flf N 1A VE , AFS D59 QLUVB n s J Student involvement was the 1982 student government's bat- tle cry. Advisor Mack Armstrong, President Renee Hughes, Vice President Dan Hagen, Secretary Shannon Moore, Treasurer Julie Peterson and Business Manager Allan Lamb set out to increase student participation. Participation through leader- ship was emphasized strongly. Three leadership workshops were attended by student council members and various other students. Mid-year elections gave next year's ASB President a chance for on-the-job-training with this year's government. Ad- visor Armstrong summed it all up: "lt's not my program, it's our program!" 1. Cabinet members are: Shannon Moore, Dan Hagen, Allan Lamb, Renee Hughes and Julie Peterson. 2. The council takes some time out of their busy agenda to ofter us their smiles. 3. We caught you, Mr. Armstrong! 4. Mr. Armstrong speaks to his harem. 62 Student Government -.-. T 1 'Q U g. is fi. 4 1. Renee Hughes does her job! 2. Eric Riley gives Patti Swanson his opinion in sign language. 3. The ex- cruciating pressures of the ASB have finally gotten to Dan Hagen and Allen Lamb. 4. Jeanette Nelson shows us how she can walk in a straight line. l Student Government 63 WT 'WX lflty.-v1"41'zn. 4 Q 2 v NN 3 in- Imwf A 'Ng 1 we 'R is K it .3 1. Kail "Pickles" Pickler dances with an oppo- nent. 2. Melinda Horiuchi squeezes in between the seniors for a touchdown. 3. Donaree Chouinard sprints past pursuing seniors. 4. Reg- gie Jackson shows us his pom porns. 5. Dan Hagen and Kim Grant prepare for a water balloon fight. 6. Jane "Venera" Briggs falls into the end zone. Powderpuff 65 .Spirit week for Homecoming 1981 began with pajamas, hats, nerds, punk rockers, jocks and jockettes, and scarlet and gray day, thus helping promote spirit for our football game against the Fife Trojans. Illusions was the theme selected by the student body. Royal Court consisted of: freshman princess Joy Hoffman escorted by Jim Stevens, sophomore princess Lauri Storaasli escorted by Brad Kaasag junior princess Dana Danielson escorted by Chanse Rogers. Senior princesses included: Frances Gehrts escorted by Mon- ty Wright, Terri Storaasli escorted by Dan Hagen, Moselle Horiuchi escorted by Martin Ehrich, Renee Hughes escorted by Eric Riley, Jackie Castro escorted by Allan Lamb, Terri Adcox escorted by Brent Evetts and Dale DeBoer escorting the returning 1979 Queen, Leone Johnson. The honor of Queen was bestowed upon Miss Terri Storaasli. Emcee for the evening was Shannon Moore. After the game there was a good attendance at the dance where everyone rocked out to the sounds of "Cathedral." 1. Queen Terri Storaasli and escort Dan Hagen. 2. What's left of the senior float is nothing but an illusion 66 Homecoming 1, The Royal Court for Homecoming 1981 eagerly waits for the announcement of Queen. 2. Shannon Moore, emcee for the evening, watches the princesses open their flowers. 3. Senior princesses. Cfrom lefty Jackie Castro, Moselle Horiuchi, Renee Hughes, Terri Adcox and Francis Gehrts. 4. The win- ning float from the class of 1983. 5. Mount Si team jumps for the football. Homecoming 67 Li ga, i ! is i+ Q 1. Shannon Blazina expresses herself to a sympathetic Monty Wright. 2. Rob McCarty receives a look of disgust from Shan- non Blazina. 3. Pam Carlson listens attentively to Shannon BIazina's lesson on etiquette. 4. Lori Griffin helps Karen Shelton to the table for a nice homecooked meal. 5. Shannon Blazina offers Karen Shelton two helping hands. 6. Don't try that explanation, Lori Griffin. Shannon Blazina doesn't believe a word of it. 7. Monty Wright turns his back on a distraught Shannon Blazina. 8. Are you afraid your dinner will bite back, Rob McCarty? 9. Monty Wright gives a lift to a friend. Fall Play 69 The football and Basketball Cheerleaders were combined to get all ten working together as a team. The girls attended cheerleading camp during the summer to learn skills that would help them as leaders. They earned six out of six superiors. The goals were to have a positive attitude and 'good com- munication between the squads. Some fundraisers included: cake raffles, selling jackets, and Christmas goodies, and a suc- cessful rummage sale. Cheerleaders were: Moselle Horiuchi, Karma Randegger, Kon- nie Kittleson, Diana Jackson, Maria Morton, Suzy Holste, Mindy Carr, Dana Treadwell, Tami Jones, and Traci Schneider. Moselle Horiuchi exclaimed, "We sure accomplished our goals." A 1 Mi. 1 W ' " ' fm, ? -1 J.- li 1. Cheerleaders exhibit school spirit. 2. Karma Randegger looks on while Konnie Kittleson day dreams. 3. Basketball cheerleaders a super bunch! 4. Wrestling cheerleaders provokes superiority' Cheerleaders 70 1:1 X is s imfgi 1. Diana Jackson is shown to be a born leader! 2. Cheerleaders are: Ctop rowj Maria Morton, Suzie Holste, Karma Randegger, Diane Jackson, and Konnie Kittlesong Cbottorn rowb Dana Treadwell, Tami Jones, Moselle Horiuchi, Mindy Carr, and Traci Schneider. 3. Dana Treadwell leans on the wall, after a long day of cheering. She still is filled with energyp it's shown by her warm smile! 4. One big "happy" family is what Suzie Holste, Karma Randegger, Konnie Kittleson, and Maria Morton are! Cheerleaders 71 Tryout participants were ex- pected to learn a routine with only four mistakes. The team had ex- pectations and regulations to follow to keep things organized. Main goals were to raise money: purchase a stereo system: to be superior at state competition and perform at other events rather then just halftimes. Ms. Peggy Ott, advisor feels, "The girls have set their goals and are trying to accomplish them." The team competed at Liberty, and held a dance show. The team acquired new uniforms by holding rummage sales and bake sales, participating in the AFS bazaar, and selling trick or treats at Halloween. 1. Cindy Moore and Kelly King do the jig. 2. The dance team holds their flags in honor of the bullfight. 3. As the brave matador marches throughg while the Misticats raise their flags. 4. The dance team waits anxiously for their turn to perform. 72 Dance Team aff -...1."'...-J 1- ,, W..,sf-4 3 -I ,hi 4 1. Lillian Godoy and Sue Cleven keep time to the music. 2. Ms. Peggy Ott the Misticats advisor. 3. Each member goes her seperate way. 4. The misticats raise their arms in joy. 5. The bull gets in a sneak attack. Dance Team 73 AFS students held a bazaar in the multipurpose room. There was a wide variety of items including ceramics, pain- tings, and sausage. There were many participants of all ages who especially liked the cake walk. Lynn Hindes said "lt was a lot of fun and a lot of people were there." Unlike last year, Mr. Thomas Tilton, German teacher, played accordian music, including Ger- man Christmas carols. Gladdis Pacheco also performed several folk dances. "lt was better than we expected," said Roxanne Pew. All AFS students put a great deal of time into the Bazaar. As a result, participation was good, and those who attended had many booths and activities to experience. 1. Joyce Carlson stands in line with her friends to buy an AFS goodie. 2. Joe Milliman is happy with Bazaar assignment. 3. AFS members, Laura Brown, Gladdis Pacheco and Lynn Hindes count their earnings. 4. Lynn Hindes concentrates on new ways to earn money for AFS. 5. The AFS students gather for a picture. AFS Bazaar .3 ,W ..,,q"'a., Our six exchange students real- ly enjoyed themselves. They were: Lars Petersen, from Den- mark, who stayed with the Haff- nersg Juri Yamakita from Japan, who stayed with the Bartleysg Gladdis Pachero from Costa Rica, who stayed with the Browns, Kazumasa Yamasaki from Japan, who stayed with the Boyds, Lorena Guzman from EI Salvador, who stayed with the Kollenborns, and Jeanette Jenner from Australia, who lived with the Baker family. At Mount Si, some had trouble adjusting to the English Language, but found many rewarding com- pensations. Gliddis Pachero and Kazumasa Yamasaki were happy not to have to wear uniforms to school. Gladdis Pachero has made a lot of good friends. Kazumasa Yamasaki thinks that one year just isn't enough to understand English. Lars Petersen comments, "The homework is basically the same." Some things never change. 1. Kaz Yamasaki thinks about Japan. 2. Juri Yamakita helps prepare for the AFS Bazaar. 3. Lorena Guzman and Gladdis Pacheco watch the entertainment. 4. Jeanette Jenner turns the other cheek. Exchange Students 75 I 1 w X G ! EF? IN f gi Q I X j Xl 3 '..?..' I y n . '-X ' QS L E . - g ,, K' I 1 fi " R :X gn L- L p M., ,fi ,ks::p rm- 0 -if xiii? ,,',v,4-11'-Q7 :Br I .451 " f ix ' . - - 'f 1:-..-r '12 QQ m 5 sn f pl l W N x E , , 1 L ff ,r K r y fm 1 ,f 4 , . 1 X ' x ,,,.l, , , Vu!! W a 56 J B fl . jx E, .2 lp! ww, 1 Spo t f lst team Wide Receiver Kicker 2nd team Quarterback Nominated for AllsState Team Captain Most Valuable Player ' Best Linebacker Tyler Brokofsky lst team R. Back Best R. Back Eric Riley lst team D. Back Most Inspirational Best Defense Back Best Receiver Nominated for All-State Team Gam Gary Captain Mike Estes lst team Off. Tackle 2nd team D. Lineman Best Ott. Lineman Curt Ammons 2nd team D. Back Dale Harris 11 . Hon. Mention D. Back Hon. Mention Tight End . Brian Dilis 11 Hon. Mention Off. Guard Mark Kohlruss 11 Most improved Daron Wolff 11 Scholar Athlete Jr. Rob Crittenden 10 Scholar Athlete Soph. Mount Si had its first 7-2 record since 1966. Team spirit and motivation made it year. Coach La Lanne had an finishing end of the season. Ulb 3 'll 2 h ll M Q, X Shi A Ii Y' ii 'ir Afiiagg S! Mount Sn vs. nw' 2 if ' ' 3 2f3 WwW53Mi , VVIV In VZ : VA ,,.. , fin ,, 3 - Q, , , , s V. l - lxf . , fif 3 ln! 3 3 5,25 3 f - f B lvyi? 3 .. ln' nuuur sw 'WUNT Sl ,:wf"3UbIT 5l?a't,HUUNT sa 3 mm - a..- "'W'f-I-L as WQELS 'S' 'f7'1-gift! 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A Mount Si player tak f t t t bl The hard work and character- istics of freshman football coach Art The team's main goals were: participation by all players and most of all to have fun. Even though they met all of their goals, Eric Johnson said, "We still could have done better. Every team that we lost to could have been beaten just the same." Asked about an exciting game, he said, "The Fife game was the best, but also the most contro- versial. lt started our season on a sour note. They would not go into overtime against us when we were on a comeback, leaving the game in tie. lt was very hard have a good " con- l will Var I I I I I I I I I I I i I I ,ff...J,,....g--vm4n-v-ff0-- 1. Judy Breeden bumps the ball. 2. Jane Briggs spikes it over the net. 3. Lani Dellinger smiles before serving the ball. 4. Frances Gehrts shows us her form as Lani Dellinger watches closely. 1. Frances Gehrts concentrates on the game while Jane Briggs concentrates on her ear. 2. That was very interesting, huh, Judy Breeden? 3. Miss Ott makes it look easy while Jane Briggs makes an effort to get it over the net. 4. Girls' Varsity Vol- leyball squad: Kim Coleman, Judy Breeden, Fran- ces Gehrts, Lani Dellinger, Lisa Ackerman, Pan Carlson, Kelly Willig, Jane Briggs, Kris Willig, and Coach Miss Peggy Ott. Varsity Volleyball 83 if I GZ f Z wav -, g Q f 5 u f if WV ,L ' V 11-Q, - Qllkzz , . 'H-, lm . P' l 41 aw-Ya: V 4 11 35 84 J.V. Volleyball yilnw 3, 3 .W Q .za , . ,.-st -it - .. A . .. s . 3 if ... ... MN R 1 W "Ks-,.,. il f- -Wi.-A N xv, .... 3 ..-. iv. RL 'f Ii af: e. 5 My ...., .L.. P sm. ,,,... t K .. . 1. Joy Hoffman and Noelle Pieper wait to assist Cathy Roddewig. 2. Tina Holtzner is a frustrated ballerina. 3. Lisa Riley strikes an elegant pose. 4. Sara Keller and Kelly O'Donnell fence without swords. Copposite pageb 1. JV volleyball team stops to pose for a group shot. 2. Lisa Riley does a bump for Cathy Roddewig, Kelly O'Donnell and Monica Gehrts. 3. 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I 1 V K wx A 1111 Q ' swag ..:. ,4gQWfA,- gh' 111 '-'- fy fygwfw 4, FS QS fi NSN W iw? Xi 11 51 111 ESQ ? k", Q, ? riS W-iSg5W :LK'iw.. 111 I - ,X s X .sw A--- 4 ?Q+,yQVQRy25EiFLM5Q! hywfi-1NRiffwii1f5giQ V 1 A H T1 f 4 ' .a U A 1 .. 11 11 1' 11., 5 F' 1 .... 1 .1 x 4 1' ..... A Q X 1 S K 'N X X X ' 11 ---- .1152 t , 5 I Wx wwgw N, 1 Q .111 X 1? mfs Q, M 11 X is 1 11hlV111111 1 M 1S1SE i'xk 11 .....f 11.. fiiff' 1' 11 g N, fxwsg .Q E Q 3 Qfww "'ing. 4019.2 ,Am ,Mw- Mwmnvf 2 CPg. 883 1. Cheesecake, boredom, and frivolity make up the cross country squad. 2. Jeff Hender- ickson runs right into the photographer. 3. Dale DeBoer and Chris Roddewig play foIlow-the- leader. fPage 893 1. Dale DeBoer does a good imitation of an exhausted runner. 2. An opponent is surpassed by Dale DeBoer and Chris Rod- dewig. 3. Mike Chandler debates whether to drive or run. 4. Jeremy Rene gives his all for Mount Si. 5. Falling asleep on the job, Kathy Tole leth? Cross Country 89 Mt. Si vs. Enumclaw Tyee Fife Mt. Rainier Liberty Tahoma Enumclaw Tyee Fife Mt. Rainier Liberty Tahoma "We were the girls never gave less of the score. newer players erably as the ressed," Mr. Bob Morrisey. Commenting on of the players being men, Anna Champa said, good to see the younger improve so much." Tammie Adams expressed, "This season brought out a lot of people's good talents." Special awards were given to Tammie Adams for most inspira- tional player and to Kirsten Konapaski for being the most valuable player. Both of these were chosen by the team. Most players are lookingyfor- ward to next year with a lot of enthusiasm. 3 Girls' Soccer 91 53-59 42-49 oung team, Mt. basketball team much excitement. Coach Chuck Hepworth explained that because of the desire and effort put forth, the young Cat team made it into the district play-offs. With captains senior Linda Thomas and junior Kristen Kono- paski leading the team, the girls finished third in their league. Besides the two captains, the bulk ofthe team was made up of nine girls: Kristi Stermets, Judy Breeden, Lani Dellinger, BJ Schiesser, Kerry Stiliwell, Jill Davidson and Lisa Monahan. Linda Thomas was voted first all op onent team. She led categories, per game. Lani Y P N! CPg. 925 1. Linda Thomas and Lisa Riley perform their disap- pearing basketball trick for two opponents. 2. Kristi Stermets asks the great god of basketball to block Fife's pass. 3. Linda Thomas, Kristi Stermets and Lani Dellinger in the locker room at half time. CPg. 933 1. Do you think you're Peter Pan, Lani Dellinger? 2. Listening to the coach at half time, Judy Bree- den, Terri Ostergard, Lisa MacDonald, Lisa Riley, and BJ Schiesser take Hepworth's words to heart. 4. Kirsten Konopa- ski tries for another two points. 5. Judy Breeden and an oppo- nent battle for the ball. 6. Kerry Stillwell concentrates on keeping control of the ball. 7. "Come to Momma," says Judy Breeden. Varsity Girls' Basketball 93 ball maklng returning Brent Evetts Harris, and Mr. Cloakey the highlights "the six game January." the playoff top Dale that one of was WHS OVQY O 4 E taken. improved percentage. was awarded Date Har- ris'aIso had per- centage and Spenc lacolucci is UB, . gf21::ff:yQ3Q1fQ 1. Varsity boys' basketball: Coach George Cloakey, Mark Kohlruss, Mike Chandler, Brent Evetts, Eric Riley, Mike Estes, Dale Harris, Allan Lamb, Spenc lacolucci, Jim Felix, Mark Simpson, ass't coach Gary Miller, manager Barry Giles. 2. Brent Evetts plays keep away from a defender. 3. Allan Lamb gives dancing lessons to two Enumclaw Hor- nets. 4. Jim Felix goes for the baseline shot as Brent Evetts prepares to rebound. 5. Jim Felix flies through the air with the greatest of ease. 6. Coach Cloakey discusses where to go eat after the game. 7. Chris Eads shoots between the arms of an opponent. 8. Eric Riley goes for a lay-in. I Varsity Boys' Basketball 95 X E 1 E I 1 2 Z E a Q E 1. 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BotTom Row: Kieth Hicks fManagerJ, Mr. Geri Spalding CCoachJ, and Dick Hunt. 98 Freshman Basketball I3 ni ....... i tm Y 1 Mi? .UV Y, D ax X gf 1 , .. f I i 2 4, A ' ffl' 35 ,sl Q 'M' 2 3 ,.4' i T p . 2 ' 4 f g T n fi i' M, 5' T W' 'Z it P N . A 3 ' .Q W 4 If i .. Y , . 'j jj :LV ,V EW t I i 3 . .. ig ', xl i t Mount Si vs. ' Enumclaw 30-33 Tyee 42-14 Mount Rainier 24-50 Enumclaw 52-30 Liberty 48-24 Tahoma 4026 Fife 1242 The J.V. Wrestling team did well this year, finishing with four wins and three losses. Coach Wayne Hashiguchi set goals for the team, to have each wrestler participate in as many matches as possible, and to try to gain experience for the future wrestler on the varsity squad. Mr. Hashiguchi stated that this was the youngest team in years, with 19 freshmen. He also said, "They are skilled, aggres- sive, and should go on to becom- ing very competitive, if they con- tinue with their enthusiasm for the sport." 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Us' 1s1la'1:-fs: 1111! 111111 111ll111'1 1l 1 11:11 -1 d 11:1-11c11c1g.1 :1: 1 111111111-x13 11 1l1lI1.11 I I 1 fin!-v-5111e'1l:Ha11q1:a:: 1 N-1.f 1 M11x.1111,l1 ,,l1 1..Q111i1l,ll 1 E llixiiiv q Q Mig' 91' 1m-111 -11 j 1 f11 11l1""1 " 1 H 1 " 1 X- 1:1111 at inf 11111411 1111 vqiiiwhf i" 1 1 1 nm 'wo 4 1 s 1 1 ,111 11.1 1111 F ir'-1 11' 1 - 1 211 0 11311113-5011 1 1 ' 1 . 1 1 111, 1,....J 1 1 1.1 100 f Varsity Wrestling J H Bottom row: Danny Robinson, Jim Bennett. Middle row: Steve Heitman, Pete Glover, Shawn Graham, and Steve Rey. Top row: John Pike, David Moses, Brian Sether, P. J. Duvall, and Gary Houser. 2. Brian Sether kills his opponent. 3. Gary Houser is one aggressive Man! 4. Rob Haas does some heavy thinking before he decides to counter act his oppo- nent. 5. David Moses can't get enough from his opponent, 6. Caught in a bind Gary Houser? 7. I know it was a hard practice Mr, Campbell. 8. Even though Danny Robinson is a small, cute guy, he has strength. Varsity Wrestling 101 it X I ' -I 7 X X 2, Ng w x ,QR 111 Q ' r ' x Y Pm X M N 8 1iz5 a, ,C, " ffdf' ,Q F? I ' A S X f ! Q if g Q' X 'V X v. SIU' Club ,DRIYL 75am -1 K. 1 ' 1 I I - 1--mummy. z 67 ,v . f B QQ M6012 QMS Spanish Club started the year with many fund raisers which in- cluded candy sales and selling bur- ritos at lunches to very hungry crowds. Once again the goal was to get to Mexico in the spring. Although the club had a great response to this plan, due to unfortunate dif- ficulties, the trip was cancelled. But Mrs. Daigler, the advisor for Spanish Club, was enthusiastic about saying, "We have 5700, which is still growing, towards our trip to Mexico next year which will hopefully be as successful as the last." Officers for Spanish Club includ- ed: President Susan Williams, Vice-President Laura Brown, Co- Treasurers Marc Combs and Pauline Salois and Secretary Lynn Hindes. ..., , rg . , , S Y . S s N 3 VKX i it . 2-. "fi" ri -' 'il 1 K . .......,.. ,... N 'Q ww X X K K N sv. 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They were: to promote in- terest and involvement in German and Foreign Language study at Mount Si and in the community, and to provide extra-curricular activities and learning experiences for students and club members. Leading the pack were: President Greg Dickman and Honorary President Kaz Yamasaki, VP Anne Drury, Sec.fTreas. Adrienne Willder, and Public Relations Officer Teresa Weber. This year's fieldtrips included: a visit to U.W. to observe a German Literature class, dinner at a german restaurant, and a three day excursion to Leavenworth. With much enthusiasm, Mr. Tilton commented, "We are looking forward to seeing German Club grow. A fine groupitis!" 1. German club members are: Cleft to rightj Mr. Tilton, advisor: Debbie Upton, Greg Dickman, Teresa Weber, Renate Mafli, and Kirsten Konopa- ski. 2. Mr. Tilton enjoys reading, at the same time talking. 3. Julie Ferrier is taking a nap sitting up, what an experience! 4. Debbie Upton and Greag Dickman are preoccupied with their rigorous reading. 5. Left to right: Honorary Pres. Kaz Yamasaki, Advisor Herr Tilton, V.P. Anne Drury, Sec.fTreas. Adrienne Willder, and P.R. Teresa Weber. German Club 105 : :: :::S:i Honor Society's main project of the year was a very creative cookbook. Compiled of recipes generously provided by the Mount Si faculty, the book was organized by the very competent Debbie Upton and illustrated by the very weird Cheri Higley. Funds from the cookbook sale were intended for the purchase of a computer and music library. Membership increased this year. The number of students in- volved tripled. Honor Society's Advisors were Nancy Skerritt and Robert Odman. Officers were President Julie Peterson, V.P. Dale Deboer, Treasurer Martin Ehrich, and Secretary Debbie Upton. 106 Honor Society 1. Colleen Boyce ponders deep and philosophical thoughts. 2. Advisor Skerritt converses with cynic-at-large Cheri Higley while John Gephart looks amused. 3. Sue Williams expresses her feel- ings about Honor Society. 4. Scott Weppler and Terry Storaasli pay rapt attention. 5. Joan Rice worries if her GPA is good enough to keep her in Honor Society. 6.'Honor Society members. 5 4 har CW- - g -gg? - Approximately 30 students J 3 devoted their spare time to Pep Club! These "pepsters," under the direction of Advisor Linda Jones, President Julie Hillman, Vice-President Renee Hughes, Business Manager Shari Yates, and Secretary Jackie Castro, par- ticipated in activities such as car washes, candy sales, and "fun days." President Julie Hillman sets some special goals for herself and the group. These included making Pep Club more popular again, helping to bring about more school spirit, and making everyone in Pep Club feel wanted - both upper-classmen and under-classmen alike. Julie had one last comment, "I feel we have a really neat group of people, and l feel we can get a lot done to help make this a great year!" 5' 9 . 3' Q. go r , J i fi K it zse mw ? 3 J . . 1. Shannon Cernick, Gayle Grina, Debbie Ridgley and Joyce Carlson, are you trying to pose as the new "pep god- I desses?" 2. Buddies Debbie J Ridgley and Joyce Carlson flash us their cutie-pie smiles. 3. "Sensuous" Shannon Cernick gives our photographer the eye. 4. Gayle Grina, Karen Elliot and Maria Peer, are you looking down on your officers? 5. Of- ficers Julie Hillman and Renee Hughes flash us their smiles as Jackie Castro at- tempts to do the same! Pep Club 107 Future Farmers of America is a student organization to promote agricultural activities and extend learning. F.F.A. started at Mount Si in 1979. Mr. Dan Martell is the advisor and Kathy Eggers is the president. They planned to attend an Or- chid show at Orcas Island in February to study the culture of Orchids. They attended the Puyallup Fair and participated in the forestry contest. They also entered a landscape exhibit which won 2nd place out of 15 entries. 1. Carol Evans works on her flower arrangement. 2. Bill Dellinger gets rid of the bugs in F.F.A. 3. Cathy Munro shows Mr. Martell her flower ar- rangement while Ricky Byrd relaxes. 4. Jack Rainey and Carol Evans move the posts as Stacey Werelius supervises. 108 FFA An astonishing 50 girls and guys turned out to participate in Drama Club's many activities. This number was up drastically com- pared to last year's 30. The leaders of this enormous group were: Advisor Maggie Bennett, President Rob McCarty, Vice- President Rob Crispin and SecretaryfTreasurer Danny Grant. Along with performing The Miracle Worker, The Wind in the Willows, and student directed "one acts," these talented artists participated in various special ac- tivities as well. These included the Students' Backstage Day at the Seattle Reperatory Theater, and a week-long acting workshop presented by Northwest Acting School. The club also kept themselves busy making some new pur- chases. Platforms for multi-level sets and a tape deck were added to Drama Club's lot. When asked' if she had set any personal goals concerning drama, Mrs. Bennett replied, "I would like to extend the base of student in- volvement here at Mt. Si in order to provide quality theater ex- periences for the students and community." 1. Some of the Drama Club members. 2. Karen Shelton acts out a "part" with her comb. 3. Dan- ny Grant, my what fancy footwork you have! 4. Lisa Ackerman, you're not trying to make Jimmy Williams another one of your many victims now, are you? Drama Club 109 The officers for Math Club were: President Greg Dickman, Vice-President John Gephart, and SecretaryfTreasurer Colleen Boyce. Mr. Marion stated that the officers and other individuals in the club were very outstanding. They all worked together and did a terrific job. ln the club, groups pursue com- mon interests such as: pure mathematics, applications, games, and computer program- ming. They also entered into con- tests. One was National Mu Alpha Theta Co-sponsor National Math. The club has a general meeting about every month. On their own time they would often meet dur- ing second lunches. A few goals they made were to increase in each member the en- joyment of mathematics and to offer mathematical experiences not otherwise available. Also an activity they had was to go to four math contests through the year. 1. Math Club poses for a group picture. Top row: Greg Dickman, John Baker, Derek Hurst, John Gephart, David Mosher, Brett Battey, Andy Jones, and David Meyers. Bottom row: Mr. Marion, Julie Gephart, Colleen Boyce, and Darrin Martin. 2. John Baker quenches Mr. Marion's thirst. 3. Oh no! Colleen Boyce what was that equation? 4. Stop smiling John Gephartg you're blinding people. 110 Math Club Rf" Ski Club made its way to the top of the hill. Directors, Mr. John Roeber and Mr. Tim Berndtwork- ed to assist the students in fun- ding the trips up to the pass. Ski Club planned to go to Alpen- tal seven times. Each member on- ly paid three dollars a trip for driver and bus. Mr. Roeber was very excited about the club, especially after there was no snow last year. President Laurie Hindes thought the ski program was better this year because they had snow! The thirty-five members show- ed a willingness to help earn money by helping sell programs at school events and holding car washes. ln total, the club paid around nine hundred dollars towards the expenses of its members. Laurie Hindes adds, "lt was a lot cheaper for us to go skiing." Ski Club members and directors were pro- ud that they could keep the costs down. 1. Bill Halstead, John and Kim Roeber, Tim and Sue Berndt pose on a snowy night. 2. "Help", screams Ron Davis! 3. Eric Jeffery takes it easy around the corner. 4. Bob Marshall, Ron Davis, and Rob Crispen pose as snow bunnies. Ski Club 111 SP G 'Wo 093. Nl f x 4 f 23 ,W f'-B m O C5 527 A Q? X gisuragfg V A l x Q M A 0 Q , 4' g e S N llll gl' l 1l ll ZSZLZZL - -111--11 111111111 11 1 1 it 1 -11 1 1-n nu 1 11- 11111--111 1-1111111 --1 1 -n 1111... 1-1. - -Q-- 1 - nn- i1--i.1- 1111 1 1-11 1 1:1111 111- 1 1 1 1 up 1-1 -Qi- inxzxl 1-111 - 1:11-1-1 1--1 1 vu- -n -u vu- -yn-1--1 1 111113111 .11 1 1 1.11-1 -11 1 11 -n 1 11- gn-n--11111 1.-11111-.1 11 1 1 in-.11 1-1 1 11 -I - 11 111.-1--11 11-1 13 1 1-11111 11113 1:1 1 -1 1.1 13-un-111111 r E . t . ' rr ,xy . -,M . ,. W- K N , . M. 1- ' 4 . ' ' . f . ., i . mu- 9" - M, - f.. - 1 - - ,- - ., ,- , - A t H.. t, A Varsity Soccer group snot. 2. Lars Peterson, Brad Kaasa and Allan Lind take time for a rest. 3, Don 1 Williams and Van Stevens await tne referees i decision. i 114 Varsity Boys' Soccer Q' Q A - nw mmAA , Q syn . A A 3 fl A.,.. Q :K Q:,gi9.,5,g: . NWN 1 M gswfx A 1 T- ' . , -. ,L ,, y l l l , 1. ,W ,, fu 'N ,i w 'w if M., S A ', gi ' 4 1 4, Q an , .ff ' V , .wr ,fu , ' I H , ' K mf' ,mf ,gg f ' Q Q- wr V 3. mf I ,. 4 -3' f wi if rr mf, ' Q 1WT'f""'u M '4'f,'49', V' 4, fy 1. VVWH W - -WW ' M -1 I rw r L W mph ,f " ' f ,wg '11, fue' I I , ,M k A mf L J ' ' , ,, ,, VKX ww' ,. 1' , , an ' wi 'W 1? W ' I fm Q if ' ,WS ' X 1 . rw ,. - fr 4 M X' , , 7 hi r 41 I ,if 'ynr W M . , wa 1: -1--mm6'ww"v ' ay' V: ' f i 1 affWlff"' 'i We f 1 I ykswrvygrr ,.,, W , W 15, V X J M M ,, my 1 1 4 f uf, A ,V ,vm fs af' , k,, M , 1. Don Williams chases the ball. 2, Lars Peterson and Brad Kaasa doing a new kind of dance, 3 Don Williams controls the ball While Lars Peterson watches intently, 4, Van Stevens dances with the ball 5, Clianse Rogers disregards his opponent as he performs nis new ballet move, W4 i v ifpdkr' W' Varsity Boys' Soccer 1 15 - -- - - -Q Q 2 2: 2 .- --- -S: ...ia :'.T..----.--- - -- - -.---Q-1-1 --- - -----4.-. --urn 111-ns-:nrt -Ii tit!!- i. A JV Boys' Soccer group snot, 2. Kenny Finch goes , fora goai, 2, Jonn Gornrn does nis karate rnove on the baii. 4, Mike Oster vvatcnes Danny Robinson perform. 116 J.V. Boys' Soccer ' 1.- 1 -1111.1 11:-111.1 -7 111 1:-11111131 wx Qig----an zzsuzzl gg um:-11-1 1 111-m1 u-nn 111- -1 1111 1 1i Q.. 111-111 1-1--111-1-1 111 1-.1 - 11 11-1 1 11 1.1 111 111 1--ul-1.11111 111---ggg 11 11111 1 111 1 111-ui--111 wh-Musik! 1 JV boys' baseball team: Coacn lvlr Dave Jorgensen, Jam Stevens, Steve l-leltman. Cnrls Vvrdener, Rob James. Randy Curtls. Steve Flay, Brlan lvlclxleelv. Jlm Bennett. Cullen Smlth. Flob Crlttenden. and Tod Charnbron 2 First baseman. Jlm Stevens. shows Interest ln the game. 3. Steve Hellman and Cnrrs Wldener are ready for anvtnlng 4. Rob James patches an Out, J.V. Boys' Baseball 117 -nu- ?iE5?5E"Ei?i 5555 552555 E53 ?i?EEE'EiE E Q 1 E 3' 2 E 2 ? e E arf' 118 Varsity Boys' Baseball 1. Varsity boys' baseball team. Coach Mr. Gary Miller, Don Gabel, Norman Force, Mike Estes, Louie Champa, Troy Hendrickson, Kurt Ammons, Gary Houser, Dale Harris, Dan Hagen, Chris Eads, Brent Evetts, Mark Simpson, and Tom Duvall. Not pictured, Eric Riley, Gary Jackson. 2. Mike Estes swings for a base hit. 3. Catcher Dale Harris holds the ball. 4. Tom Duvall and Brent Evetts wait for the play. 1. Dale Harris corners second base. 2. Brent Evetts shows us his form. 3. Louie Champa throws a strike. 4. Dan Hagen covers first base. 5. Gary Jackson takes a warm-up. M Pg 9, """Mlr Mwdhmwm ' 1 2 it Varsity Boys' Baseball 119 l 11 1 Zl 11l 1111 1311l11 11i311 lly iii 1.1-1-L-ll-1 1 -1 1.-1 11.-1 1-111-11-n li--1 1-11-in-111 -1111 1111-1 1 -11 1-11 -u 111 --3:1111-n11 -711-111.1111 - 11- 1.111 1- 1'-13: 3111111 l - 1.-11 11111-1 in-1111 -111.-.-11-Q1 1-11-1.1 11111 -u 17 1--11 1:11 111111-1 171-111 -u 1--11 11- iuui-1111 1--n-1 1 n- 1 1-11-L In-11 1 1111- in 1-nu 111--n-nn- 1 -1111 1-1 -11 1--11 u--11 111111111 111 171 1:-11-11131 - in-1 -.-1-1 11-in 1-11 .111 iy 1--1111-11 120 Softball 'x Xb. ntl l K 'ks mf! haunts 4 5 A V54 s ssQ9s w .V,,gj,, V .. '9YUnvg.aK'V' 2 1. Oops! Looks like you missed it, Tammy Adamsl 2, Sneaky Pam Carlson creeps up behind a Patriot. OPPOSITE PAGE: 1. Jane Briggs, you've got her! 2. Maria Morton, you've got it, now don't drop it. 3. BJ. Schiesser, are you "skipping" again? 4. Kelly Adcox waves at the photographer. 5. The whole crew! TOP: Pam Carlson, Kathleen Eggers, Lisa Riley, Jane Briggs, Stephanie Parkins, Maria Morton, Tammy Adams, and Mr. Floeber. BOTTOM: Kathy Stallman tmanagerj, Julie Gephart, Joy Hoffman, B.J. Schiesser, Kelly Adcox, Dianna Jackson, Lori Gunderson, and Lila l-land. tNot pictured: Tina l-loltznerj S -..,,,,, 1 R AW , ef 1 Q f 'j V .- 'I 7? -- 4,73 -, ,iii ,-, n 'ww 1 f,, I Y' os. 4 f N w , W . www 11 ,. , ' V vw K 0 'a ' f-'wamiw ' in 1 - ' :Mfg ww rx,M Y mania , ,xgfff-11 , -W" t M i - 1 ,, 1' 2 3 Wwmn N14 ,. ,C . 4 Softball 121 ww -: ag 'J-'aw 21 "-:- me f.,... . www S 3 1, K -- N ts . K , N.. . 5 N My ' .cg Z K 'wv2i1.,, N. Q L '73 S ,iam X I' ,,,, .c .Jpgqfbmw -M 8 u 1. Craig Blazina flies through the air. 2. Erik Johnson throws the javelin as John Baker watches 3 Mike Arrington soars over the bar. 4. Mt. Si always beats the pack. 5. Mike Chandier comes to a hait. 6. Dave McDaniel plays "Spearchucker" 7. Rob Haas is shot down in mid air. 8 Spencer Iacolucci and Rob McCarty run toward the finish. Boys' Track 123 11:7 lg l lx 271 1 1-.li-11 -1---. 1111 1-1 swiss 4, il 1. Rene Hughes Watches her discus fly. 2. Moselle Horiuohi clears the hurdle. 3. Dee Dee Burton shows her discus form. 4. Heidi Evetts. the tone runner 5. Karen Shelton grabs the baton from Kelty Witlig. 6. Cathy Scott runs her last lap. 124 Girls' Track 111 1- i1 1 111 1 W., han, mi M wi Y ,J A M.. X ..... 75.-gy ...W V' We 'W lwmwmf 'mmwwwh 'i f M fm, we L .,' ., W? A 'wg .., WW 4 'M WMM., ,, .,.. 5 V yoj, ,V , rm I ew M, 4,.,f, r ,.' V. ,V I . ft , ., 4 f. y . ,.,,, . , ,, ' 4 I ' 'ww .V M ,F . Y 'A 'A fi T '.f,,wwj,M,,g, fr Y W1 -, , rg . , . ,Q ' H 57' " 'V V V 5MWi l jr, ' ff' V, 'V4 f5w4vv-V M' f Q H " Q HM fwmnrw. ,. f A' f 1- ' fy f ..VAW!1WgzVV,,. ffl, 'W,,W..,,...,M 'WWW "" .,?f"f'31'95'f1a M 1 t ,,W1Y,,,fg W Vit. 14 'W P ti 2' v 4 Wy 3 fi . 1 ki, wlmxx . ,g9nll'9'. .,,. L yu-ws-.QS . 'L fa V . 3, . J .. 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Dana Treadvvell takes the baton from Kelly Willig. 4 Doreen lVloNeely clears the hugh lump bar wltn ease. Girls' Track 125 wnn........ 'sz ,Q ,, ,,, A WWW mm:??zf,wW ff, Q wt, my YZ, ff Q 'I 4 f ,Q wi F H3 ar .1 L,L,t,.A,.,,,. , , 1. ty, Q Q, . fu' wg ' ' 'W' - Lai, sa 5' I ' 'Ut 'ff , ' h .,, V , t iftitkfiittg , 1 'tt tw 3115 I-4 C ' v. x ,ew , r ' 3 V, haf, :C J. Q2 C E 5 5 ai 1 Mount Su Varsity tennis team 2 Marc Combs an coach Martell dont like what they see 3 Cnartle Ollver stretches for the snot 'Q is tw Lvmxxx M N .WL ,.,.1..:::::gg- ,Ms as , mfg if '55 SN? X' mf R Wi A Y I n o f r s as 1 'l'." ' K Q s s e1 ,A A , , , Q .xv 0,35 1 mpg XR- . , i I v Q- ws S, ,, , , , , 5 i.. . S' NX X I. , y kvyh Sk .K . .. ,i - .15 ft N-b. Mtx tts. .W t ts. I 'fsiiwff ., - -'K W- --e s WQTHXMA i Laurie i-iindes snows ner styie on the tennis court. 2, ls "love" that bad, Lynn Hindes? 3. Pauline Saiois strikes a dramatic pose, 4. American tennis just isnt tbe same, is it, Kaz Yarnasaki? 5. Debbie Ross cant help being vvonderfui. l1111l.1.l 111 1 1-1--11 fl - ixllll ll lil 1.-111-11---v -----..11-- 1 111171-li lqT111-i1 The class of '82 entered Mount Si with eager and anxious students and advisors, Along with seniors who have done well and achieved much, there are several people to be thanked, among them are the seniors class advisors, lvlr, Hashiguchi and lvlr. Galloway. Our advisors were just that-advisors. They encouraged us through the busy work such as prom tickets, organizing class meetings, and all the other tun stutt seniors get to go through. 'Hash and Galloway" were always there willing to help in anyway possible. For this, the honored seniors and the senior class would like to say, 'lThanksl" The Class of 1982 Schneider - All League Football lst Team Ehrich - Football, Honorable mention Hagen - Football, Honorable mention Fliley - Football All State, All League Deboer - Salutitorian, 3!82 St. of lvlth. Storaasli - l2f8t St. of lvlth. Hindes - 2f82 St. ot lvlth. Williams - Spanish Competition Castro - 1Of8l St. of lvlth. Gehrts - 9f81 St. of lvlth, Davis - Football, Honorable mention Boybe - Trustees scholarship Dickman - U82 St. of lvlth. Horiuchi - 11!8l St. of Mth. Upton - Valedictorian, M82 St. of lvlth. Gephart - Annapolis acceptance Higley - 2nd place N.VV. Writers Conference STUDENT CREATIVITY As those of you who have read the previous pages know, the theme of this year's Annual is Student Creativity. Our beloved editor, Iackie Castro, decided on this theme as a showcase for the work of all you wonderfully creative-minded individuals who have had no place in the past to display your work. The following pages are a collection of some of the best work this school has produced. It includes drawings, poems, pen and ink, photos and any other creative endeavors your accumulative genius could produce. Thanks to all those artists who contributed to this ef- fort to showcase our talented student-body Enjoy! Q51 wird? W Student Creativity 129 3 AT' ,ara EX .f f 1 41. ,,.- A 5 ..g,, . gl wfsffg .... .X , GA!! ' E. M... QEQQ iiihffg Qi:-4-1:5 31:5-2 42 f -'21 55.5. vw-.. fs . warm- ,win 1 -.+5i:' 3.41 ' , QFD.-13 Y-jf' ,' 971-gf' 102 322' 4 J"'k 'v' wtf YT win iw '+R .ww .,A, X. -Q .1- 95 A if ,W X 3 - ky, V .. K Q K :W ,N 'M :nf 2,- X C 'N The first emergence of the eminent death, Is the transformation of green to golden brown The days remain warm, Though, A regenerated wind sweeps the brovxm to bare, And cools the sun as it shuffles through, Dry leafz carpet, The dar clouds and sparce covering, Ch t' b' d ase away my ir s, Emptyingt e skies as life starts to fail. -lohn Pike- Autumn Flight Warm winds, Blow dark blasting clouds, Into nowhere. Tall trees sway and rock, Wildy, Out of control. Brown, crisp leaves, Fall, And Die. From the dark sky above, Bellows and shouts, Awaken the leaves, And all things dead, With a skimmering gust. Yellow trenchcoats and galoshes, Rake away memories, Of the cold, stormy night. -Tracy Quaale- When You Are There Whenever a lonely tear drops From my face You are there to Wlpe it clean Gone Whenever I m struck down You are there to protect me With your defense Whenever laughter IS far from Reach You are there to remind me It s lust a smile away And whenever your with me You are there so close That lt IS so lmposslble for You Which are let free When you are there Shaun Mason Y Y Y l that, i ' u Y Student Creativity 1 132 Student Creativity To the class of "82" It seems so long that we've all been together, And thought we'd stay in school forever. Cause the only life so far we've known, Has been with teachers taught and shown. We remember the times that tguys pulled hair, And girls kicked schins out o despair. When papers were due just a day too soon, So we skipped that class to finish by noon When we stayed out too late during finals week, So we sat by the smart ones, hoping to peek. But school wasn't really all that bad, Cause we kept the memories and the friendships we had. Those nights when there was nothing to do, So we'd go cruise North Bend, and Snoqualamie too. To go on to College and get a degree, Or travel around and live a lifes that free. You want to please mom and make dad dproud of you, But you have your own goals and shoul see them through You're sitting quietly in you cap and gown, You don't know why but the tears fal down. You say, why do I cry when I'm finally through, Isn't this what I've worked so hard to do? We hug each other, and say good by, Holding nothing back we give it a good cry. There's an exciting life just waiting in you and me, So many things to do, and places to see. We have the strength to succeed, and we'll be Hone So why do I cry, We've only just BECUN! -Suzi Holzte- 52 , ities t M i '.' t ft i M 1 ff ' Q ,f ' t waw fii. 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The sun sank slowly behind a huge mountain. The sky dimmed the living room. The open Bible lay upon his lap. The fury cat curled up in between his leg and the arm of the chair. The stillness of the room was filled with peace and humbleness. The old man rocked his chair back and forth. It creaked with worn age. His head begins to bob backwards. The muscles in his neck are relaxed. Uncon- ciously, his lower jaw fell open, and he begins snoring. The once cherry man needed a rest now. -Tammy Tuttle- 1980 Student Creativity 135 Time Is Slipping Away L1fe s like an hour glass Sllppln steadily downward Until al of time runs out Isn t lt funny how we never Notlce the speed in which Time passes by? Isn t It funny how llttle Time we really have to strive And honestly try? To honestly try with all We have to make what we can It ISD tall too funny when You take the time To honestly thmk It lsn tall too funny when You realize how you Can easily sink Easily sink to the bottom When ou had the chance To pul yourself higher up Life IS like an hourglass Steadlly 1tSllpS way Your tlme has run out Sally Garcia Out of the little time we have. l Seasons Seasons come and go, - II I I II II I- I Bringing with them change. Winter steps boldly in, Coveringt e land in a coat of soft white. Photography by Rick McFarIene Summer Saumers lazily in, The crimson tide of the sun's bright rays Chasing the winter far The cheddar cheese moon as it ends the day. from human memory, The burning breeze that touches my mind Fall jumps in with beth feet, These worl ly graces we can't often find A3 Summer reluctantly leaves, The gentleness of each summer soft But s ring steals softly The autumn carries each leaf aloft into the year. 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Ourselves. -Deron Smith- A shiver of cold Sweeps through the air, Painting, Snow-covered mountains, And leaving behind, A snow white, Fantasy. Quiet stocks A breathless nature. New Magic. -Konnie Kittelson- Student Creativity 141 7 1 1 I l - Zo A11 lgogfz 1 vovgmlwvol n from W , Tom 6 1.auv1A11waoA11 . gon impomolo, homfcbvoahing cvwkuvoxl A uf oh, hom gon have mach Clukingmhablo fw?cm+o:.. Qou molto uf: mal? ufdh junk one 'tingling qlcmoo, 'theft goin urs. going , moon molto oemig fo vommwz. Hour' poociows, amilos, cm, much cc whom might If malta ws, mom? jco hug gon oh, fxooooo Qtiqhjtl 5' om' moocial mag of 'kouckmg mahos. ouvjcumntwz iicklo- Jr medium, ua. vwhzo gown umm-Hx muchmovdhcm o. mchlo, ou Mud our hoax-M, waving when you gm ua. on call, 13 Jco cocmh ,to 'cha hfcjtom wlhm mgouiquovo xwmjchv. hall. 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Q Memorial 145 r"""' 'X 'xx A BRME... 1 - W P-O 91' 9' Qri-uz --uv x-- my- gf :-'-+- ure f-fvffw L mm or wisdonb 1v.m..,'rume Academics Divider Page 'K - YV!!! Af Z w QIVW' ni! . .uv f M51 fy V 'rfb n.b r 1 If , 1 , 2 f f Y If 5 -Q HGIKTQUL 4 AY A rv' QX 5 X - N 'Z' 4 W Z-2' f w if SQV, Z 1-""' 2. 27-2 2 7 ENGUSH -,,,.f 4n- Llf ili lii. 148 Library The library was the victim of two new policies! Book checks Cstarted in mid-year of 19813 cut in half the number of lost books. "lt appears that the checks at the door are discouraging the casual theft, but some books are still be- ing taken," explained Mr. Rene. Another new policy was the elimination of fines for over-due materials. The original idea behind the fines were to encourage bor- rowers to return their materials. Instead of the fines, the library has not allowed students to check anything out if they had overdue library materials. T tit 1. Van Stevens and Allan Lamb carefully look through the resources 2 Tony Glover looks at Kirk Miltimore in disbelief. 3. Renee Hughes helps Susie Palmer and David Boyle with their homework 4 Gina Godoy and Kathy Lockwood discuss the weekend while Mrs Bennett helps a student. i f 1".W....,,ti Q. ' !Yr.81 4Yr. C Bv- lugnivcrsz T 2'l'r. ll4'lr. Coll 9 1. Mrs. Skerritt is testing her mental ability on a puzzle with full concentration. 2. It has been a long day, hasn't it Mrs. Hargraves? 3. Bottom row: Mr. Tilton and Mrs. Skerrittg top row: Sandy Foerste and Mrs. Hargraves. 4. l know it's time for lunch Sandy Foerste. but shouldn't you wait?! Mount Si got a new counselor this year: Mr. Thomas Tilton. Herr Tilton also taught German, just as the other counselors, Mrs. Nancy Skerritt and Mrs. Marilyn Hargraves, taught English. These three were there to help students with any school related or per- sonal problems they couldn't han- dle alone. They were aided in this endeavor by the cheerful and effi- cient Sandy Foerste. The Counseling Center was also a resource center for the future. Mrs. Skerritt especially loved help- ing students plan for college, vocational school and other future goals. Whatever the problem or goal, the Counseling Center was almost always open to help students! Counseling Center 149 ili- u 150 English M . English Department objectives were limited by budget cutbacks. Necessary classroom purchases such as textbooks were delayed because of lack of funds. Class sections were decreased and one English teacher, Mrs. Hargraves, was switched mainly to the Counseling Center. Results have been larger classes and fewer electives. Special Services, formerly Special Education, was affected by these cuts. Consisting of three sections: Math, Language Arts, and Vocational Education, this program gave those with learning disabilities whatever individual help as was needed. "Mainstreaming," the practice of putting Special Services students into graduation requirement classes, improved student suc- cess rate. 1. Stop picking your nose, Marc Combs! 2. Dan- ny Sisk asks questions, while David Sharon looks to see if he has enough money for lunch. 3. At it again, Cheri Higley? Guess where it will all end up. 4. Miss Jones is puzzled at the change in Mrs. Skerritt. hw. .- rw g '54, . X ififz f 9. 1, ctr?- Yeti six, ,, Wi. 5511143 U gg, pg Wfl' Social Studies was a very stable department. No new teachers were added, and the budget cuts had little effect. Perhaps the only major change was one of the title, Mr. Clifford the bachelor became Mr. Clifford the married man. Congratulations to Mr. Clifford and his new wife, Elaine Clifford Qformerly Swansonj. One of the major Social Studies extracurricular activities, Close- Up, was continued this year. Close-Up is a program that gives students a chance to go to Washington D.C. to observe our government in action. Students who have gone to Close-Up have enjoyed it immensely, and the fact that it is supported by dona- tions means that it should be around for students to enjoy for years to come. lik 1. Mr. Clifford explains something to Marci King, while Wendy Querro and Melissa Lems takes a break. 2. Dan Hagen is caught reading the "fun- nies." 3. Dale Harris and Chris Eads look shock- ed. 4. An unidentified student blocks her beautiful face. 5. Jeff Hendrickson day dreams about last night! Social Studies 151 152 Science The Science Department, with teachers, Mr. White, Mr. Johnston, Mr. Halstead, Mr. Berhndt, and Mr. Knoll, was hit hard by the many budget cuts. For example, all field trips were cancelled including the yearly trip to Fort Flagler. ln spite of this, the "Bugs" class worked hard at fund raising. Dogfish, fetal pigs, and starfish were purchased for dissection. Also, individual projects such as salt and fresh water aquariums, a beehive, greenhouse, life on the moon, wind power, bacterial studies, hampsters, and mice were studied. Mr. Berhndt's goal for the Science Department was, 'to pro- vide all students with an ex- perience in science that they will remember." Obviously, the lack of funds did not help, but an ex- cellent effort made by both students and teachers made up for the deficit! 1. Danny Schroeder turns his head away because he cannot stand the smell of the fetal pig. 2. Jill Laskodyis relieved that she is not the one to cut the pig open. 3. Lars Petersen could not withhold his smile. It just comes naturally! S W --th Like many of the other depart- ments in the school, the budget cuts took some items from the PE Department. The department had hopes of purchasing an in- door archery net so that the unit could be taught indoors rather than trying to depend on the weather. They also lost many ex- tra pieces of equipment such as basketballs, badminton rackets, etc. The PE Department made some slight changes in the cur- riculum in the upper division units. Students who signed up for PE 3- 4 had the choice of selecing either individual sports or team sports. The team sports section was then divided into two sections: one which was geared for the com- petitive students, and the other for the students just hoping for leisure activity. Overall, the department met the needs of the student popula- tion. The elective classes were all filled with girls taking on the challenge of weight training with the guys. 1. Kim Raefield anticiptes the next move while Kim Hart watches. 2. Cathy Roy and Wendy O'Donnell run for the ball. 3. A freshman P.E. class executes the drill with no problem. Physical Education 153 Business Education has moved right along. In Business Lab, Mrs. Lawrence said that, "The students are learn- ing to use the word and data pro- cessors." Also students from the Diversified Education shared the equipment with the business lab classes. Mr. Morrisey happily adds that they replaced all the old manuals in class with new lBM's. Marketing classes has expanded from two to three periods a day. Mr. Hashiguchi explained that the drafting classes had more students enrolled than past years. 1. No, Aaron Hite, you can't play soccer in the classroom! 2. Laurel Monahan works fast for fear that Mrs. Lawrence might flunk her. 3. Tom Duvall calculates dimensions. 4. Tom Sawin, quit looking at the answer key! 154 Vocational AQ.. 3 Touch of Class Restaurant opened three years ago in February, 1979. This year was their best year. Students enrolled in the class, "at least learn to work closely with other people in a stress situa- tion. They learned to work quickly and efficiently - thinking on their feet," said Mrs. Robinson. Students learned with cash, and learned preparing different menus of food. We 1. What did Brian Molfet order that was so funny. Cheri Haas? 2. Carol Charbonneau hands Wendy Ellsworth a hot item. 3. Cathe Osterhout rushes to take out an order. 4. Wendy Quero ex- periences anticipation. 5. Bryan Zemp eyes the waitress. Touch of Class 155 1. .7 -an un- ni- :- -u -un i rr 3 l nn -1 1 - an -1 1:- 1 l l :- -n - n nn an in 1 J-ll. 156 D.O. Diversified occupation gives students the chance to develop employment related skills in the classroom and on the job. It allows schools and communities to work together. Mr. Bill Halsted feels, "Students enrolled in the program are able to compete more effectively in the job market." Mr. Halstead's goals are to ob- tain and administer an adequate vocational aptitude test and in- crease quality and quantity of stu- dentfjob placement sites. They added criterion-referenced job skills, check lists, applied job math problem sites, and have job search resources. 1. Scott Anderson, Adam Waggoner and Brett Dawson work hard on their projects. 2. Billy Whites has great ideas for that piece of wood. 3. What is that, Brett Dawson? 4. Tony Wallace shows John Calhoun the arts of the trade. Two introduction to marketing Deca classes have been added for sophomores, juniors, and seniors. The program was designed for students who don't hold part-time jobs to provide them with entry- level job skills in retailing or wholesale distribution. Mr. Morrisey, head of the Deca program, stated, "25'Mi to 302, of all jobs in Washington State are in the area of marketing and distribution." Deca's goals included a Christmas food drive, a spring fashion show, the area Deca com- petition and the State Deca competition. ,lt I-L RH" ,.,.. 1. Can't you read Juri Yamakita's Japanese Mr. Morrisey? 2. Tim Glover and Denise Hezel try to decide what they want out of all the tempting goodies. 3. Erik Haakenson takes the money while Mark Little gives us his sophisticated look. 4. Mr. Morrisey is very helpful to Becky Sale. il-11 158 Annual AnnuaI's 1982 theme was stu- dent creativity. This gave the stu- dent body a chance to get involv- ed by submitting their art work, poems, andfor photographs. Editor Jackie Castro's main goals for the annual were to meet all deadlines and have the class work together as a family. In order to run the book more efficiently she added several leadership posi- tions: Layout Editor Tammy Tut- tle, Copy Editor Cheri Higley, Business Manager Terri Adcox, Ads Manager Terri Storaasli- and Photo Editor Moselle Horiuchi. Fund raisers were scheduled to help pay for annual costs. V M W Y , , 1. David McDaniel has his eye on you. 2. Cheri Higley, what do you see in the future? 3. Sue Williams dreams about her weekend. 4. Terri Ad- cox shows us her fiendish grin. f s M lhf Q is 5 4 1. Annual staff top row: Linda Jones, Joe Rogers, Mike Leaf. Second row: Craig Blazina, David McDaniel, Tammy Tuttle, Third row: Moselle Horiuchi, Sue Williams, Jackie Castro. Fourth row: Cheri Higley, Terri Adcox, Terri Storaasli, Jeanette Nelson. Bottom row: Tina Holtzner, Bob Marshall and Anna Champa. 2. Craig Blazina concentrates on his next assignment. 3. Ms. Lin- da Jones looks over some papers. 4. Jackie Castro is stunned that they met the deadline. 5. What's so funny, Jeanette Nelson? 6. Anna Champa poses for the camera. Annual 159 The monthly issues of Cat Tales came oft the line on time despite all the budget cuts handed down from the legislature. Although Cat Tales received some monies from the District, most costs were covered by advertising. According to editor-in-chief, Lori Griffin, due to the decline in funds, the paper was forced to revert back to the regular four pages, rather than the six page spread that were published last year. Mr. Daigler, Cat Tales super- visor, had one main goal for the year: "To publish a good paper which people want to read." .4""' fm. 5, . 1. S.I. reporter Gary Jackson attempts to liven up Editor Steve Kehoe. 2. Rhonda Cornett daydreams while Shaun Mason works hard to meet deadline. 3. Mr. Daigler kicks back! 4. Claudette Doreen takes a minute to relax. 5. Lori Griffin does her job! Fbfllin it I Kg I 1. The Cat Tales Staff! 2. Mary Gatewood, are you depressed because deadline crept up so fast? 3. Bob Shaw, you're not working on Cat Tales now, are you?! 4. Mr. Daigler gives his staffers expert advice. 5. It looks like Tracy Qualle, Debbie Ridgely, Alison Chassid, Jeanette Jenner, Bob Shaw and Troy Eaton are ready for the weekend! Cat Tales 161 - - . - -,T --- 11l --- Mount Si choir members had a special experience when they went to Utah for the Choral Arts Festival of the Rockies which in- volved touring, performances, and seminars. Mrs. Weller, choral instructor, said she was very pleased to see the students raise funds through activities as raffles, candy sales, bingo nights, and "singing spaghetti" dinner. "The choirs have grown and are improving in their vocal skills and dedication to the program," stated Mrs. Sidney Weller. 1. The Storaasli's sing their duet. 2. Dana Auckland gives C ndy Tofsrud a big smile' 3 Concert choir shows off. 162 Choir 1. Mrs. Weller holds the note. 2. Nicole Baker sings a solo during the spaghetti dinner. 3. Mrs. Weller directs the class in a song, 4. Terri Storaasli patiently awaits her turn. Choir 163 - -- -- L -- ----- ---- ------- --- -- ---- - --- ---- ---- - - -- ---- - -- - -- ---- --- - ----- - -- - ----- --- ------ - --- -------- --- 1 ----- - --- ------- --- - - - ---- - -- -- - - -- - - - ----- --- ---- 7 7 The Mount Si Band travelled to play in Abbottsford, Canada for the second year in a row. This was a learning experience for the band members. They were judged by the music played by the band. The bands are divided up into three classes: Stage Band, Wind Ensemble, and Concert Band. Members from all three bands were combined together to play for the pep band during home games. The officers were: President i Frances Gehrts, VP Monty Wright, l and Secretary Terri Storaasli. ' 1. Monica Gehrts, Shannon Cernick, and Gayle Grina concentrate on their music. 2. Renate Mafli, Christine Perryman, Kathy Davis, and two other freshman play in har- mony. 3. Maestro Grady conducts his orchestra. 164 Band ii .X K 1. Pep band in action. 2. Monty Wright, Jeff Howe. Rob Cornett, Ryan Peterson. and Sean Cassady relax before starting up again with their instruments. 3. Kim Qualey and Danny Carpenter share the rack with each other. 4. Mt. Si band: another great bunch of people! i if lv! W 'C A . ," - x ,w xii ,Atv x A Q 'S R . t'?.?.t:1..: Band ,W lui X t Q05 479 QQ? My , 4 Jvc. UC QQ A Qui? k K? 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E X 41 +- . 4 i f , f ,.,, ,V , ,ff Achord, Michael - 47 Ackerman, Lisa - 7, 33, 109 Adams, Sue -18 Adams, Tammie - 33,64 Adcox, Don - 3, 33 Adcox, Terri - 14, 16, 18, 67 ADMINISTRATION - 8, 9 AFS - 74 Akin, Andy - 47 Allan, Frank - 18 Alltounian, Valerie - 47 Altvater, Terry - 40 Ammons, Curtis - 33 Anders, Korlette - 40 Anderson, Cara - 18 Anderson, Lisa - 47 Anderson, Scott - 47, 156 Andreasen, Marget - 18 Andreasen, Peter - 40 Andreasen, Richard - 18 ANNUAL -158,159 Amsler, Kevin - 47 Arens, Carolyn - 33 Argelan, Frederick - 33 Armstrong, Mack - 9, 56, 62 Arrington, Mike - 18 Auckland, Cerissa - 18 Auckland, Dana - 40, 162 Auckland, Laura - 18 Aukerman, Barbara - 47 Austin, Sheila - 40 Avenell, Steven - 40 Avery, Larry - 56 Baker, John -18, 110 Baker, Micole - 47, 163 Baker, Robin - 33 Ballard, Dara - 33 BAND- 164, 165 Barbeau, Lindsey - 33 Barnett, Kenneth - 18 Barnhart, Douglas - 47 180 Index ,158,159 ndex Bartlett, Donovan - 18 Barrett, Shawni - 40 Bartley, Earnest- 40 BASEBALL JV - 117 BASEBALL, VA BASKETBALL, BASKETBALL, BASKETBALL, BASKETBALL, BASKETBALL, RSITY - 116 BOYS' FRESHMEN - 98 BOYS' JV - 97 BOYS' VARSITY - 94, 95 GIRLS' JV - 96 GIRLS' VARSITY -- 92, 93 Battey, Bret- 47, 110 Batton, Scott- 33 Bauder, Susan -40 Baumgardener, LeeAnn - 19 Baunsgard, David - 19 Baunsgard, Roy - 47 Beach, Tina - 47 56 Beach, Ray - Beesler, John - 40 Behrndt, Jeanne - 40 Bennett, James - 33 Bennet, Maggie - 56, 109, 148 Berg, Rebecca - 40 Berglund, Shawn - 47 Berndt, Tim - 56,111 Bethards, Billi - 19 Betts, Kathy - 19 Birdsall, Lisa - 40 Blair, Marrianne - 19 Blankenship, Robin - 19 Blazina, Craig - 3, 19, 159 Blazina, Shannon - 33, 69 Board, Nicky - 40 Board, Tony - 6 Bodey, Troy - 47, 98 Boonstra, Kenneth - 33 Boonstra, Marty - 40 Boston, Lori - 41 Boston, Ben - 19 Bowen, Neal- 47 Bowalds, Mike -33 Boyce, Carl - 48 Boyce, Colleen - 6, 19, 104, 110 Boyce, Samuel - 41 Boyle, David - 48, 148 Boyle, Sean - 41 Breesen, James - 33 Breesen, Judit h-5,41 Brennick, Scott - 41 Brice, Brenda - 41 Briggs, Jane - 5, 65 Brokofsky, Tyler - 79 Broughton, Glen - 34 Brown, Christina - 41 Brown, Christine - 34 Brown, Laura - 34 Brown, Preston - 41 Brown, Shane -48 Brumbaugh, Marcus - 41 Buchman, Fred - 41, 44 Bucholsky, Julie - 48 Burggraf, Bibbianna - 48 Burnett, Shawn - 48 Burnham, Dorothy - 56 Burnham, Irene - 56,59 Burns, Lee - 48 Burton, Devona - 48 Busby, Jason - 48 Bush, Cynthia - 5, 41 Byrd, Richard - 41, 108 Calhoun, Donna - 56 Calhoun, John - 34, 156 Calven, Brian - 48 Camposano, Gina - 41 Canyock, Julie - 48 Carlson, Cory - 48 Carlson, Joyce - 41, 74, 107 Carlson, Pam - 14, 19,69 Carmichael, Richard - 41 Carnegie, William - 34 Carpenter, Daniel- 41, 165 Carpenter, Michael- 48,98 Carpenter, Ragina - 48 Carr, Mindy - 34, 71 Carr, Thomas - 48 Carroll, Phyllis - 48 Case, Kelly - 48 Case, Robert - 41 Cassady, Sean - 41, 165 Castro, Jackie - 16, 17, 19, 25, 107, 159 CAT TALES - 160, 161 Cernick, Shannon - 41, 107, 1 Cervine, Betsy - 48 Chamberlain, Shelly - 19 Champa, Anna - 34, 159 Champa, Louis - 14, 20 Chandler, Michael- 34,64 Charbonneau, Carol - 41, 155 Chassid, Allison - 34, 161 CHEERLEADERS - 70, 71 Child, Jeffery - 34 CHOIR -162, 164 Chouinard, Donaree - 34, 37, Clarke, Allen - 48,98 CLASSIFIED STAFF - 58, 59 Cleven, Susan - 34, 73 Clifford, Dave - 56, 151 6 67,10 4 65 Clifford, Elaine - 56 Cloakey, George - 56 CLOSE-UP - 113 Cole, Arthur - 41 Coleman, Kimberly - 34 Collins, Star - 48 Combs, Jennifer - 48 Combs, Marc - 20, 104, 150 Connelly, Patricia - 20 Conway, Cynthia - 41 Cooper, Lesa - 34 Cooper, Rene - 48 Cooper, Shelly - 20 Cornett, Rhonda - 34, 137, 140 Cornett, Robert- 20, 165 COUNSELING CENTER - 149 Cowin, Douglas - 41 Cox, Paula - 34 Crabb, Mark - 20 Crabb, Mike - 48 Craigle, Christine - 47, 48 Crispin, Rob - 38, 109,111 Cristen, Ingrid - 34 Crittenden, Robert- 41 CROSS COUNTRY - 88, 89 Crow, Lora - 41 Crowder, Marcene - 56 Daigler, Dennis - 56, 160, 161 Daigler, Thea - 56, 104 Dale, Deborah - 48 Danielson, Dana - 34 Davenport, Wallace - 34 Daves, Debra - 48 Davidson, Jill- 41 Davidson, Marcia - 34, 151 Davis, Kathleen - 20, 164 Davis, Ron - 34, 111 Davis, Thomas - 3, 20 Dawson, Brett- 156 DeBoer, Dale - 3, 16, 17, 20 DeLaney, Druann - 20 Degroot, Steve - 34 Dellinger, Lani- 41 Dellinger, William - 34, 108 Demchuck, Frank - 56 Derwin, Glenn - 56 Dickman, Gregory - 20, 110 Dillman, Dean - 41 . 160,161 Dillman, Kenneth - 34 Dills, Brian - 34 Dms,KhnbeHy--41 Dolan, Michael - 41 Dougal, Kimberly - 20 Dowd, Christine - 48 Dowd, Cindy - 48 DRAMA CLUB - 109 DRILL TEAM - 72, 73 Drury, Anne - 48 Duff, John - 48 Dujmovic, Monika - 41 Durham, Teresa - 21 Duvall, Patrick - 21 Duvall, Thomas - 41, 154 Eads, Michael - 35, 151 Eads, Jim - 21 Earl, Dawn - 48 Earlywine, Kenneth - 21, 24 Eaton, Toby - 11,48 Eaton, Troy - 35, 161 Eby, Kelly - 48 Eggers, Kathy - 108 Ehrich, Martin - 20,21 Ehrich, Shannon - 41 Elliott, Karen - 41, 107 Ellsworth, Wendy - 35, 155 Elsasser, Scott- 41 Elvestrom, Eric - 35 Elvestrom, Heidi- 48 Emanuel, Craig - 41 Emanuel, Jeffrey - 49 Emery, Robert- 41 Erikson, Vern - 49 Eshe, Ellen - 21 Eshe, Helen - 21 Estes, Michael - 3, 35 Evans, Carol - 35, 108 Everson, Tamala - 49 Evetts, Brent - 14, 16, 21, 75 Evetts, Heidi - 6, 49, 54 FALL PLAY - 68, 69 Farnes, Amy - 35 Farr, Julie - 49 Farr, Robert- 41 Featheroff, David - 41 Ferderline, Dean - 49 Ferrier, Julie - 35 FFA - 108 Finch, Kenneth - 41 Fischer, Dan - 49 Fischer, Frank - 41 Fletelier, David - 49 Foerste, Sandy - 56, 59, 149 JV FOOTBALL - 80 VARSITY FOOTBALL - 78, 79 Force, Nornian - 49 Forslin, Russell - 35 Freeman, James - 35 Frick, Sean - 49 FHday,Rene--22 FRESHMEN FOOTBALL - 81 Fure, Kurt - 41 Furstnow, Duane - 49 Furulie, Grant- 49 Fykerud, Eric - 41 Galbreath, Jennifer - 49 Galloway, Art - 56 Gapen, Jeffery - 22 Garcia, Sally - 35 Gasper, Timothy - 49 Gatewood, Mary - 35, 161 Gehrts, Monica - 35, 164 Gehrts, Francis - 3, 7, 16, 17 Genson, Tascia - 49 Gephart, John - 22, 110 Gephart, Julie - 49, 110 Gere, Corky - 41 Gerst, William - 22 Gildersleeve, Delia - 35 Gildersleeve, Richard - 22 Giles, Berry - 41 Giraldin, Dane - 49 Gladsjo, Steven - 22 Glover, Anthony - 22, 148 Glover, Peter - 35 Glover, Timothy - 49, 157 Godoy, Gina - 49,148 Godoy, Lilian - 35, 73, 104 ,22,164,167 Index 181 GOLF - 86, 86 Gombiski, Ted - 56 Gomm, John - 49 Grady, Jerry - 164 Graham, Chanse - Graham, Laura - 41 Graham, Marla - 49, 52 Graham, Shawn - 41 Grant, Daniel - 41, 109 Grant, Kimberly - 22, 65 Gray, Cami - 49 Griffin, James - 41 Griffin, Lori - 22,69, 160, 161 Grina, Gayle - 41,107,164 Grina, Tami - 41 Gunderson, Connie - Gunderson, Lori- 41 Guzman, Lorena - 75 Haakenson, Eric - 22, 157 Haas, Cherie - 35, 155 Haas, Robert- 49 Haberkorn, Randal- 42 Haberkorn, Tami - 49 Hagen, Daniel- 3, 16, 22, 62, Haglund, Judith - 35 Hako, Michelle - 42 Hallowell, Charles - 50 Hallstrom, Joyce - 35 Halstead, Bill - 56, 111 Hamilton, Alicia - 50 Hamilton, Joseph - 42 Hamilton, Toni - 35 Hampton, Colleen - 35 Hanson, Marcus - 42 Hansen, Tina - 50 Hargraves, Marilyn - 56, 149 Harrington, Darin - 35 Harris, Dale - 6, 35, 151 Hart, Angela - 35 Hart, Christine - 50 Hart, Kimberly - 50, 153 Hart, Ricky - 35 Hashiguchi, Wayne - 56 Haustveit, Bryan - 23 Hawley, Patricia - 23 Hawley, Tracey - 42 Hayward, Jonathan - 50 Heath, Kathleen - 42 182 Index 63,65,151 Heitman, Steve - 42 Hand, Lila - 50 Henderson, Barbara - 50 Henderson, Toni - 3, 36 Hendrickson, Jeffery - 36, 151 Henderickson, Ronald - 49, 50 Henderickson, Sandra - 36 Hezel, Denise - 36, 157 Hickenbottom, Karen - 42 Hicks, Keith - 50,98 Higley, Cheri - 14, 23, 144, 150, 158, 159 42 Hill, Bradley - Hill, Sharon - 36 Hills, Chris - 36,64 Hillman, Julie - 23, 107 Hills, Marjorie - 23 Hindes, Laurie - 23 Hindes, Lynn - 36, 74, 104 Hite, Aaron - 154 Hodges, Carolyn - 42 Hodges, Jeannie - 23 Hodgins, Arthur - 36 Hoffman, Joy - 11, 47, 50 Holloway, Jeffery - 50 Holste, Suzanne - 23, 64, 71, 132, 133 Holstine, Tanley - 50 Holtzner, Kristine - 42, 159 HOMECOMING - 66, 67 lacolucci, Spencer - 36,64 lttig, Maureen - 56 Jackson, Diana - 11, 36, 71 Jackson, Gary CReggieJ - 24 65 160 161 James, Dennis - 50 Jeffery, Eric - 3, 24, 111 Jenner, Jeanette CBruceJ - 24 75 161 Jensen, Marlin - 56 Johnson, Christopher - 50 Johnson, Erik - 50 Johnson, Kenneth - 36,64 Johnson, Lori- 36 Johnson, Mary - 59 Johnson, Zane - 50 Johnston, Mike - 56 HONOR SOCIETY - 106 Horiuchi, Melinda - 36, 64, 64 Horiuchi, Melony - 50 Horiuchi, Moselle -11,15,17, 23, 67, 71, 159 Houser, Gary - 23 Howe, Jeff - 42,165 Howe, Nantes - 50 Howe, Scott - 23 Hubert, Krity - 56 Hubler, Tammie - 42 Hughes, Renee - 36 Hughes, Renne - 23,6 Hunt, Richard - 50,98 Hurst, Derek - 110 Hurst, Jason - 50 Hutfless, Robert- 36 Hyatt, Laura - 42 2, 63,67, 107, 148 Jones, Andrew - 36, 110 Jones, Jacqueline - 50 Jones, Linda - 57, 150, 159 Jones, Tami - 36,71 Jorgensen, Eric - 24 Kaasa, Bradley - 40, 42 Kassian, Cary - 50 Kehoe, Stephen - 24, 160, 1 Keller, Sarah - 50 Kelley, Julie - 42 Kelly, Barton - 50 ' Kelly, Francis - 57 Kennedy, Theodore - 24 lacolucci, Jack - 56 lacolucci, Kevin Cwadeb - 42 Kerch, Douglas - 42 Kester, Josie - 36 King, Arnold - 24 King, Gerald - 43 King, Ginnett - 50 King, Kelly - 72 King, Marcy - 36 King, Robert - 24 King, Tanya - 24 Kinzie, Landrew - 51 Kittleson, Konnie - 19, 24, 70, 71 Klement, David - 24 Knoll, David - 57 Knoll, Erin - 43 Kobloth, Darcy - 51 Kohlruss, Mark - 36 Kohlruss, Linda - 24 Kohn, Gerrie - 51 Kohn, Jackie - 14, 25 Konopaski, Kirsten - 36 Koplin, William - 36 Korsmo, Michael - 25 Kunoski, Diana - 51 Lalane, John - 57 Lamb, Allan - 25, 62, 63, 148 Lane, Kathryn - 51 Langston, Alvin - 36 Langston, Jo-Ellen - 51 Langston, Richard - 43 Lankford, Mitch - 24, 25 Lapsley, Bonnie - 43 Laporte, Donna - 51 Larson, Laurel - 43 Laskody, Jill - 43, 152 Laskody, Joseph - 36 Lassen, Caroline - 36 Lawrence, Carol - 57, 154 Leadbetter, Lynette - 25 Leaf, Jeffery - 51, 98 Leaf, Mike - 25,159 Lee, Donna - 51 Lemoine, Shannon - 51 Lems, Melissa - 37, 151 LeSarge, Tammie - 3, 14, 25 LIBRARY - 148 Lillejord, Marylea - 43 Lind, Alan - 37 Lind, Dale - 51 Lindback, Theresa - 43 Lindeman, Judith - 104 Lindeman, Sarah - 43 Lindstrom, Denese - 51 Little, Cynthia - 25 Little, Kelly - 37 Little, Mark - 25, 157 Littlejohn, Connie - 51 Lockwood, Kathleen - 51, 148 Logan, Anthony - 51 MacDonald, Lisa - 3, 43 MacLean, Mauren - 40 Macris, Angelic - 43 Mafli, Renate - 37, 164 Melin, John - 51,98 Merrow, Tammy - 51 Meyers, David - 110 Michaels, Sara - 51 Miller, Gary - 40, 41, 57 Milliman, Joe - 37,74 Miltimore, Jeffery - 43 Miltimore, Kirk - 26, 148 Mitche ii, Jeffery - 43 Monaghan, Nancy - 37 Monah Monah an, Laurel - 15, 26, 154 an, Lisa - 37 Moore, Cindy - 37, 72 Moore, Shannon - 3, 26, 62, 67 Moore, Tevis - 37 Morris, Angelique - 43 Morris, Darin - 43 Morris, Elizabeth - 26 Morris, Scott - 51 Morrisey, Bob - 47, 57, 157 Magdlin, Alec - 37 Marion, Bob -110 Marshall, Bob - 37,111,159 Martell, Dan - 57, 108 Martin, Darrin - 51,110 Martin, Darryl- 51 Martin, Kenneth - 37 Martin, Mona - 43 Martin, Tamara - 25 ,William - 43 Martinson, Michelle - 51 Marum, Melody - 15, 25 Mason, Paul - 43 Mason, Shawn - 160 Massey, Bill- 3, 25 Masters, Lonnie - 51 MATH CLUB -110 Mathwig, Richard - 51 McAlexander, David - 37 Martin Morton, Christopher - 51 Morton, Maria - 14, 26,71 Moses, Dale - 43 Moses, David - 37 Mosher, David - 43, 110 Mosher, Jonathan - 51 Mosier, Robbi - 51 Munro, Cathy - 44, 108 Myers, David - 37 McCarty, Robert- 37.39. McClain, Danny - 43 McCloskey, Michelle - 51 McConkey, Douglas - 37 McCuen, Cheryl - 43 McCuen, Kara - 51 McCuen, Susan - 37 McCurry, Teresa - 43 McDaniel, David - 37, 64, McDaniel, Mary - 14, 26 McGill, Debbie - 37 McFarlane, Richard - 43 McKiernan, Douglas - 26 McNeely, Brian - 37 McLean, Vicki - 51 McNeely, Doreen - 51 McPhetridge, Darrell - 37 McPhail, Rosemary - 57 McKinney, Charla - 43 McKinney, Mark - 51 Melde, Michele - 37 Melin, Brian - 43 69, 109 158, 159 Nadeau, Bennett- 51 Nadeau, Rachelle - 44 Naye, Yvonne - 51 Nelson, Jeanette - 26, 63, 159 Nelson, Mary - 44 Newto Newto n, John - 52 n, Richard - 44 Nicholson, Eric - 26 Noel, Lena - 26 Norman, Brian - 44 Norris, Bryon - 52, 98 lndex 183 Odman, Bob - 57 O'Donnell, Kelly - 26 O'Donnell, Mary - 52 O'Donnell, Tracey - 44 Olinger, Tina - 52 Oliver, Charles - 44 O'Kelly, Wendy - 37 Oster, Michael - 44 Ostergard, Terri - 44 Osterhout, Cathe - 44, 155 Ott, Peggy - 57,73 Overbay, Dalin - 44 Pacheco, Gladys - 26, 74, 75 Palmer, John - 27 Palmer, Suzanne - 52, 148 Pankratz, Elizabeth - 27 Parkins, Stephanie - 27 Paul, Jody - 27 Payne, Joyce - 52 Payne, Thomas - 52 Peer, Maria - 52, 107 Pennington, April - 52 Penzinski, Jaimie - 44 PEP ASSEMBLIES - 62, 63 Perazzo, Annette - 52 Perazzo, Annie - 37 Perry, Debra - 52 Perryman, Alicia - 37 Perryman, Christine - 38, 164 Petersen, Lars - 7, 38, 152 Peterson, Darryl- 27 Peterson, Julie - 3, 27 Peterson, Ryan - 44, 165 Petty, Nicole - 52 Pew, Roxanne - 38, 104 Pezoldt, Lisa - 6, 44 Phillips, Melissa - 15, 27 Phinney, Darrin - 44 Phipps, Violet - 38 PHYSICAL EDUCATION -153 Pickler, Kail - 5, 65 Pieper, Noelle - 43, 44 Pierce, Melody - 52 Pike, John - 27, 104 Pike, Jonathan - 44 Pillo, Kristen - 38 Polejewski, Noreen - 27 Potter, Brett- 52 184 Index POWDERPUFF FOOTBALL - 64, 65 Powell, Becky - 44 Pribic, Nenad - 44 Pribic, Rayco - 38 PROM NIGHT -124, 125 Pruitt, Jennifer - 52 Pruitt, Nancy - 38 Pudinski, Nicki- 38 Puhlman, Michelle - 52 Qualey, Kim - 5,165 Qualle, Tracy - 38, 161 Querro, Wendy -151,155 Raefield, Kim - 52, 153 Rainey, Jack Jr. - 27,108 Ramsey, Julie - 44 Randagger, Karma - 3, 7, 27, 7 Ray, Steve - 44 Rene, Gerald - 57 Rene, Jeremy - 52,98 Renico, Gregory - 52 Reno, Cynthia - 44 Reule, Glen - 44 Reznick, Alan - 44 Reynolds, B. J. - 57 Rhynalds, Deanna - 5, 11,38 Rhynalds, Shelly - 52 Rich, Monique - 27 Richter, Ronald - 44 Ridgley, Debbie - 44, 107, 161 Riley, Eric - 63 Riley, Lisa - 45 Rising, Christine - 52 Robertshaw, Marty - 45 Robertson, Kie - 45, 46 Robey, William - 52,98 Robinson, Edna - 47 Roddewig, Cathy - 45 Roddewig, Collette - 52 Roeber, John - 57,111 Rogers, Chanse - 35 Rogers, Joe - 45, 159 Rogers, Kim - 104 Ross, Debbie - 45 Roy, Barbara - 52 Roy, Kathleen - 45, 153 Rush, Rhonda - 52 Ryan, Jay - 26 Sale, Becky - 45, 157 Salois, Pauline - 45 Sams, Stephanie - 27 Sangren, Amanda - 6, 45 Santos, Rosie - 45 Sarrapede, Jennifer - 45 Sawin, Tom - 154 Schiesser, B. J, - 40, 45 Schlicting, Kerri- 45 Schneider, Darryl - 22 Schneider, Traci - 71 Schroeder, Daniel - 45, 1 SCIENCE - 152 Scott, Debbie - 52 Scott, Cathryn - 38 Scott, Karen - 45 Scribner, John - 45 Semel, Ward - 45 Sether, Brian - 45 Sharon, David - 53, 150 Sharpes, Laura - 45 Shaw, Bob - 21,161 Shaw, Scott- 45 Shelton, Karen - 69, 109 Sheppard, John - 53 Shultz, Amy - 47, 53 Sim, Daniel- 53 Simmons, Robert- 45 Simpson, Vivian - 57 Sisk, Danny - 53, 150 Sisk, Terry - 45 52 Skerritt, Nancy - 57, 149, 150 SKI CLUB - 111 Smestad, Shelly - 45 Smith, Cullen - 45 Smith, Deron - 5, 39 Smith, Heidi- 53 Smith, Mathew - 53 Snyder, Ellen - 57, 59 Synder, Kevin - 53 Synder, Lonnie - 53 SOCCER, BOYS' - 114 SOCCER, GIRLS' - 90, 91 SOCIAL STUDIES - 151 SOFTBALL, VARSITY GIRLS' - 1 Somborovich, James - 53 Sorenson, Kimberly - 53 Southworth, Sheri- 53 Spalding, Geri - 98 SPANISH CLUB - 104 SPECIAL EDUCATION - 150, 15 Sporgen, Ricky - 53 Stafford, Jeffery - 45 Sterns, Erik - 53 Steinberg, Twyla - 53 Stermetz, Kristi - 53 Stevens, James - 11, 47, 53, 98 Stevens, Van - 29, 148 Stillwell, Kerry - 40, 45 Stone, Coit - 37, 39 Storaasli, Lauri- 4, 40, 45, 162 Storaasli, Terri - 15, 25, 66, 159, Stout, Nancy - 45 Sukut, Sybil - 53 Swaney, Barb - 57 Swanson, Patti - 63 Swanson, Paulyn - 53 TEACHERS -- 56, 57 TENNIS -122, 123 Thaxton, Sammy-Lee - 53 Thomas, Charles CRayJ - 45 Thomas, Donnie - 45 Thomas, Doug - 7 Thomas, Linda - 6 Thoas, Michael- 53 Thompson, Duddley - 45 Thompson, Matthew - 53,98 Thompson, Wayne - 53 Tillamn, Kerry - 45 Tilton, Thomas - 57, 149 Tofsrud, Brenda - 53 Tolleth, Kathy - 53 Tolleth, Kristi - 53 TOLO - 128 Toppen, Brian - 54 TOUCH OF CLASS - 155 TRACK -120, 121 Tracey, Karol- 54 Treadwell, Dana - 11, 39, Tredway, Julie - 45 Trussell, Lisa - 39 Turner, Keith - 46 Tuttle, Michelle - 6, 54 Tuttle, Tammy -15, 135, Uhl, Tymilynn - 54 Umbaugh, Kimberly - 54 Van Zandt, Shelli -- 46 Venera, Steven - 39 Venn, Mark - 57 Verity, Barbara - 46 Vistrand, Donald - 54 VOCATIONAL - 154 71 159 VOLLEYBALL, JV - 84, 85 VOLLEYBALL, VARSITY - Waggoner, Adam - 54,15 Waid, Jaime - 46 Walker, Cynthia - 54 Wallace, Anthony - 54, 15 Webb, Pamala - 46 82, 83 6 6 Webb, Teresa - 54 Weber, Teresa - 39 Webster, Russell - 54 Weideman, Teresa - 46 Weisenbach, Heidi- 39 Weller, Sidney - 57, 162, 163 Welling, Heidi- 39 Welling, Mike - 14 Wentz, Russell - 54 Weppler, Jeffrey - 39 Werelius, Stacey - 39, 108 Werner, Marilyn - 43, 54 Werner, Ryan - 46 West, Elliott- 3 West, Eric - 54 Westover, Karin - 47, 54 White, Curtis - 46 Whites, William - 46, 156 Widener, Chris - 46 Wilbur, Daniel -- 54 Wilkerson, Anthony - 54 Wilder, Adrienne - 2, 46 Willder, Mark - 54,98 Willey, Janette - 54 Williams, April - 46 Williams, Jimmy - 18, 109 Williams, Sue -14,17,104, 1 Willig, Kelly - 9, 39 Willig, Kristine - 34, 39 Willing, James - 39 Willing, Robert- 46 Wolfe, Daron - 39 Wood, Lee Ann - 54 Woodwick, Lynelle - 46 WRESTLING, JV - 99 WRESTLING, VARSITY - Wright, lshea - 46 Wright, Monty - 69, 165 Wyrsch, Bryan - 54 Yamakita, Juri - 46,75, 138, Yamasaki, Kay - 24, 75 Yates, Philip - 54 Yates, Shari- 5 Zemp, Bryan - 40, 46, 155 58, 159 139,157 185 Index -u X-f, it Xi. 3 My 5 fs ' .V ,H 2 'J 6 S 1 ,P A W 5 , . 11' ' fl' V ', I .w s 3 J sg X X . x 3' s, ' W ,V f:,. 2 1 -au B 'U 4 "Im x., , . 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