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; si piam m- . .. i - ' . ■ ; !■» ' ■ .,. ' . ■•!.. - This is our school This is our world This is our storu t S¥.- SKAGINA 1980 Mount Vernon High School Mount Vernon, Washington VOL LXVI CONTENTS Fall 8 Winter 34 Spring 56 Class 57 Activities 110 Faculty 150 Community 168 Everyone plays a different role in making the story. -■ ' -a- ■- » i.v " ' ' " vd( With all the different interests, activities, goals each one has something in common. FALL This Moment In Time ' Sets Theme For Introduced durnmg Monday nigh l Coronat.on Ceremomes are From left: Junior Prmcess Danelle Nelson and Escort John Maupms. Sen.or Pnncess Apr,! Knapp and Escort Shay Walker. Queen Carolyn WhUe and Escort Barry Bartram. Semor Pnncess Becky Patterson and Escort Bnan E.ans. ndJumo Prmcess Karen Frederick and Escort Mike Roozen. 2 Flames blazed h.gh dunng Wednesdays bonf.re rally. 3 Danang at the Homecommg (male was Pnncess Danelle and Carl Burns. 10 Coronation Of Queen Carolyn White his Moment in Time " was the perfect theme for Homecomming ' 79. Ruling over a week of fes- tivities was Queen Carolyn White and her court: Senior Princesses April Knapp and Becky Patterson along with Junior Princesses Danelle Nelson and Karen Frederick. Endless amount of hours were spent by Chairman Dick Spink and his Co — Chairman Vonni Wolden and Robin Gilbertson to make Homecomming the best and most exciting MVHS has ever experienced. Even Dick Spinii, Homecoming general chairman doesn ' t recognize the clown, who helped during the Homecoming game. 3 Queen Carolyn issues a special invitation to the Alumni Tea held after the homecoming game. 2 Reviewing the half time crowd are Senior princesses and their escorts 4 Carrying out a long — standing tradition, royalty dons fool ball jerseys on the last day of homecoming 11 Seniors Cap Top Homecoming Honors he Homecoming festivities, starting on Friday brought students to school in Western garb. The highlight of that day the Greased Pig Contest, was easily swept by the Seniors. The campus was brightly col- ored Monday with the gaudy costumes of Clash Day. A sticky new event, the Big Apple relay, was won by the Sophomores. Some fretty punny outfits came strolling through the doors for Switch Day and Sophomores won the TugoWar. Wednesday was a day for mourning and black was predominate all over the school. The second annual bed race was exhausting for the teams but fun for the crowd. Queen Carolyn and her court led the serpentine through the malls and to the bonfire, a main event of the week. Thursday climaxed the week with Green and White Day, Button Day, and the annual big assembly with all the class yells and skits. The victory and the dance made a fitting ending to the week. 1 Male supremacy was questioned by Seniors Susan Schink, left, and Diane Soucy. 2. Black may sometimes signify sorrow but Juniors Lisa Sizelove and Judy Storbakken bad fun as " vamps ' ' on Black Day. 3 " Classiest Clasber " . Nancy Egbers. is introduced at Clash Day assembly. 4 Although heaving mightily, the Frosh could not overpower the Sophomores during fiomecoming week. 5. One of the top groups in the big Thursday assembly was Sophomore cheerleaders From left Rob North, Jerry McCaddam, Brad Pritchard, Eric Fischer, Ron Huffstodt, and Edward Summers. 12 :££ 1 Have you ever tried to catch a greased pig ' ' It took team effort but the Seniors did it in the opening day special event- 2 " Masked Marvels " . Seniors Greg Skudlarek and John Bogens- berger added spirit to Black Day 3 Seems the Juniors took it too easy The class of 19S2 beat them in the bed race 4 Searching the horizon for the elusive Bulldogs are Junior skit cast members Varied Fall Sports Open For Girls ulldog Mermaids started out the season well by picking up a pair of wins over Meadow- dale and Lynwood. Led by team Captain Donna Smith, they continued and swam to ten victo- ries, ending the season with an impressive record, ten wins and four losses. Tracy Manduchi did an excellent job, remaining unde- feated in diving. She ranked first in league competi- tion and competed in both District and State meets. Seniors who put in their last strokes were for MVHS Donna Smith Laura Wood. Teri Davis and Tracy Manduchi. Determination is the name of the game in Girls ' Cross Country. Being a small team, the girls did well under the leadership of their new coach Jess delBosque by placing third in League. They completed the season with an overall standing of six-six. Finishing their last miles were Seniors: Andrea PihI. Carol Swanson and Cindy Coker. 1. Striding past the mile mark is Kris Allen front and Sammie Lemmon. 2 Andrea PihI leads the pack as Amy Fredrickson. left, Samie Lemmon, and Cris Bearden follow close behind 3. Making up the Girls ' Cross Country Team are Front row, L to R. Cindy Coker. Diane Larson, Carol Swanson, Lisa Knapp and Amy Fredrickson Back row, Sandy Sather, Cris Bearden, Laura McLatchy, Andrea PihI, Sammie Lemmon, Kris Alien and Joy Bledsoe 4. With high stamina Senior Carol Swanson approaches the finish line. 1 Into the drink, head first is Junior Heather Robinson 2 Swim team members are front row, L to R Dawn Hunter, Kim Smith, Kim Dye, Heather Robinson. Teri Davis and Diane Johnson Row two, Tracy Manduchi, Dawn Robinson, Venita Elfstrom. Cindi Hig- gins. Katie Speedy and Laura Wood. Back Row. R, Coach Marsha Audette and Team captain Donna Smith 3. The sound of the gun are anxious A waiting Bulldog swimmers 4 Teri Davis executes style in the back- stroke 5. With the greatest of ease Bulldog swimmers fly ahead. 15 Dedicated Bulldogs Go to Play — Off s Dedication is shown on the faces of the Bulldogs during pre — game ceremonies. 2 Jeff Wiegand challenges the referees deci- sion 3 The referees signal is final Mount Ver- non will kick off 4 In the fog, Tom Rees es- capes from a Cub defender. 16 - ' Y ' .u j. £rt5 5 " -€ feS ' --8 1. Bulldog ' s defense buries a Cub 2 It ' s a TDi 3 Coach Rosenbach questions a call 4 Varsity ' football team members are Front row L to R . Doug Onkst. Chris Pollino, Guy Milas. John King, Tom Rees. Jeff Wiegand. Mike Brady, Mark Nelson, Roger hiurd, John Semrau, Row two John Wetsch, Doug McCormick, Darrel Otis, Chris Stewart, Jim Moores, Doug Nelson, Rich West, Brad Hancock. Barry Bartram. Mark Walser, David Hamburg Row three, Todd Rosenbach, Doug West, Chris Ritzgerald, Dave Seaman. Matt Pierce, Ed Watson, Troy Allen, Paul Force, Kelly Cam Mark Grebenor, Row four, Russ Alderden, Kurt Meyer. John Schmidt, Steve Novotny, Joe Bowen, Stuart Greydaunas, Mark Van Pelt, Allen Kade, John Bogensberger, Mike Johnson. Jon Serna. Back row. Coach Burkhalter, Coach Reiman, Coach McCutchin, Head Coach Rosenbach, Coach Wilhams, Manager Mike Stuber, Coach Cassidy. 17 Bulldogs Lose Title In Double-Overtime m reams of the state playoffs were erased when the ' 79 Bulldog football team concluded their season with a loss to Ferndale in a double- overtime post-season thriller. After a disappointing slow start. Coach Rosenbach ' s Bulldogs finally put it all together with a win over Sedro- Wolley in their 5th game. They continued to win 2 of their next 3 games, qualifying them for the league play- offs. The regular season was highlighted by a Homecom- ing win over Anacortes and a 9-0 victory over league leading Sehome. Outstanding Seniors playing their last season as Bulldogs were John Wetsch, Mark Grebenor, Tom Rees. Jeff Wiegand, Mike Brady, Chris Pollino. Doug McCormick, Chris Stewart. Jim Moores. Rich West. Brad Hamcock. John Bogenberger. John King. Joe Bowen. and Paul Force. Also helping out were Juniors Barry Bartram. Guy Milas, Jon Serna, Mike Johnson, Doug West. Jon Schmidt. Todd Rosenbach. and Doug Nelson. The Junior Varsity team, which finished the year at 5-3. gained much needed experience as did the Freshman whose season was highlighted by a 7-0 win over archrival Burlington. 1 Qu3rterbacl Chris Pollino listens as Coach Rosenbach, calls the next plai . BW MM 1 — - i l H B FtHB Eis ■ 0 1 ft m my Bj jp- 2. Cutting for the outside, this Seahawk was stopped by Doug West 5. Defense is the name of the game, according to Coach Cassidy ■! .} ' - Victorious Bulldogs are congratuolated by Coach Rosenbach 6 Portraying dead Seahawks are Varsity Football players. Junior varsitv team members are: Front row L to R Paul Dixon. Robert Springer. Alan Pederson. Doyle Schmidt. Dean Wendland. Ross Storbakken. Mark Nelson. Roger Hurd. John Semrau: Row 2 Jim Garland. Darrel Otis. Dan Nietkinson. Scott Stephenson. Randy Partridge. John Brown. Paul Huizenga. Tim Pearson. Mark Walser. Row 3. Eric Fisher. Mark Kragness. Dave Seaman. Tim Cornwell. Ed Watson. Troy Allen, Rob North. Don Sykes. Mark Dye. Barry Bartram. Row 4 Sandv Angotti. Chris Fitzgerald. Malt Pierce. Dave Heenan. Stuart. Greydanus. Doug Onkst, Mark Van Pelt. Paul Davis. Tim Weidemann, Darren Southerland. Row 5 Coach Reiman, Coach Williams, Kurt Myer, Ross Alderden. Jon Serna. Kelley Cain, Kevin Keitges. Allen Cade. Dave Hamburg, Coach McCutchin. Coach Burkhalter. Freshmen team members Front row L to R Jim Kraft. Bob VanPelt. Dave Clark. Paul Sager. Mark Tisdale. Jeff Hoback. Jim Copper; Row 2 Coach Evans. Kirk Levaque. John Swidreski. Brian. Berentson. Corey Nelson. Ralph Ruiz. Curt Marble. Karl Sand. Coach Brown: Row 3 Mike Stewart, Kevin Simpson, Mike Rouw, Brian, Greydanus, Brian Friend, Scott Lane, Matt McCain, Joe Schmidt, David Moores, Row 4 Jeff Berg. Matt Hallidav, Tim Huizenga, Randy Bunk, Rich Block. Greg Ness, Mark Moena, Tim Scoles, fin A. 3. Doug Nelson goes around end behind the blocking of Chris Stewart, and Todd Rosenbach. 4 Coach McCutchin. surveys the team during pregame activi- ties 19 Ready for anything that comes her way is Senior Carolyn " Whitey " White- 2 Varsity team members are. Front row, L. to R. Jennifer Alvarado and Trish Katwyk. Row two, Jill Calhoun, Carolyn White, Susan Berg, Lisa Fisher and Tracy Beckes Back row. Coach Karen Tait, Vicki McCutchin, Joni Erspalmer. Kristie Overby and Stephanie Calbraith. Dedication Pays Off For Volley — Bailers tart out with a lot of turnouts — slowly mix in con- centration and inspiration, alternating with a mix- ture of dedication and experience few bumps, spikes and sets — stir throughly and season with the knowl- edge of Coach Karen " Tater " Tait. What you have now is a fantastic volleyball squad. The girls proved this with an outstanding 13 — 3 NWL record. Their hard work was rewarded at both district and state tournaments. Seniors who played their last year of ball were; Carolyn White. Kristie Overby, Vicki McCutchin, Lisa Fisher, Joni Erspamer, Cyndi Wallace and Cheryl Howell. 4. Up lor a crucial shot in JV action is Mary Ballard while team members Cheryl Howell Kim Asbjornsen and Bev Ruiz eye the ball. 3 Making up the JV squad are front row L. to R. Diane Hughes Janice Moore, Kris Hobbs, Desiree Good, Mary Ballard and Kim Asbjornsen. Back row Coach Karen Tait, Ruth Brunner, Ronda Prat- ter, Cheryl Howell, Dorthy Sullivan Nancy Jonkheer and Bev Ruiz. 5. Kristie Overby leads the way as the Bulldogs take the floor. 20 Netters Finish First Unbeaten Season MM: I he girls ' tennis team had a tremendous season. rizz This was the first time in history at Mount Ver- II non that the Bulldog team finished with an unde- feated season. At Subdistrict Karen Frederick captured the singles ' championship. Doubles ' title went to Cathy and Colleen Carney followed by second doubles ' team Shari Duffy and Kay Quail. In district action, once again the Carney sisters trium- phantly placed first in doubles ' while Shari and Kay placed second. Karen Frederick siezed an empressive third pake. They competed in the state tournament during May. Seniors completing their final year were Cathy Carney, Kim Magee. Shari Duffy. Lori Duffy and Balisa L Taking a breather before the ne. t set ;s Meagan fitcham. Sophmore. 2 Corjcentrating on returning a baseline shot is Balissa Lemmon 3 Even " Pros " have troubles. Cathy Carney amusingly back hands into the net. 4. A powerful serve is on the way from Kim Magee. 5. Mount Vernon ' s first place winning tennis team mem- bers are Front row L. to R. Inger Edwards. Megan Mitcham. Col leen Carney, Kim Magee. Shari Duffy, Karen Frederick, Cathy Carney. Kay Quail. Ballissa Lem- mon. Back Row, L. to R, Sigrid Dykers. Coach Farrell Thomp- son. Tina Hickman. Lori Mc- Donald. Ruth Hurd. Lam Faw- cett. Melissa White. Kirsten Erickson. Sarah Brummit. Mari- lyn Meyers, and Rene Schreiber. 21 Another Big Season For Cross Country ■H-il he Boys Cross Country team had another good sea- irl son under the direction of Head Coach Barrel Pear- l| son. Their many hours of dedicated training paid off as shown by their impressive 18 win — 2 loss record going into the District meet. The JV team ended a fine season winning the League meet, Mike Roozen taking the first place finish. Seniors finishing their final year of CC were John Maupins. Scott Simon. Dan Boudreau, Brett Heitt. John Youngsman. Gregg Metz. Jacob Kidanemiriam, and Jim Brown. Outstanding underclassmen include Sophomores Bob Davis, and Scott Dougliss and Freshman Cliff Cheney. Displaying ttieir winning stride, Scott Simon, John Maupins. Dan Carton, and Bob Davis speed ahead of their competitors. Mark Flitlon Jacob Kidanemiriam These Bulldog Cross Country team members are dedicated to the sport- John Maupins 22 With a look of pride. Coach Pearson watches his team - JtiiDtS Ml i, At the League Meet, runners line up for the starting gun. Cross Country team members are Front row L. to ?.. John Maupins, Scott Simon, Bob Davis. Dan Corlon. Scott Dougliss. Cliff Cheney. Mike Roozen. Row Two: George Carlon, John Hicks, Mike Boudreau, Brett Heitt, Brian Minor, Tom Cray Row three: John Minor, John Cassidy, John Youngsman, Gregg Metz, Mike Hotsford, Mark Flinton, Row four Mike Troutner, Joe Furin. Dave Dureanceau. Jim Brown, Scott McCutchin, Paul Schofield. Jacob Kidanemariam. Todd Dean 23 Fall Sports Score Blocks VARSITY FOOTBALL (3-6) Mount Vernon 14 16 21 34 21 21 Ferndale Bellingham Burlington Lake Stevens Sedro Woolley Anacortes Arlington Sehome PLA YOFFS Ferndale Opponent 13 34 21 21 15 13 32 24 GIRLS VOLLEYBALL (14-3) Lake Stevens WON Anacortes WON Sedro- Woollen; LOST Arlington WON Sehome WON Lynden WON Monroe WON Ferndale WON Burlington LOST Bellingham WON Stan wood WON Lynden WON Sehome WON Arlington WON Sedro Woolley LOST Anacortes WON Lake Stevens WON DISTRICT STATE 2nd 8th M GIRLS CROSS COUNTRY J (6-6) Mount Vernon Oppon 27 Aracortes 33 Arlington 35 Frndale 23 -i. Monroe ■i 55 Sehome 38 Lake Stevens 33 58 Anacortes 47 Langley 21 St an wood 49 Anacortes 35 Burlington 60 Sedro- W alley 98 L -LEAGUE 3rd mm «_ BOYS CROSS COUNTRY (11-2-0) Mount Vernon Opponent 20 Anacortes 50 Arlington 71 15 Ferndale 48 Monroe 85 43 Sehome 25 Lake Stevens 62 23 Anacortes 51 tangle y 56 Stan wood 182 Friday Harbor 196 30 Burlington 48 Anacortes 55 Sedro- Woolley 106 County 1st » League 2nd District 1st State 5th GIRLS TENNIS (12-0) Mount 1 Vernon Opponent 5 Arlington 6 Everett 1 5 Burlington 7 Cascade 6 Oak Harbor 1 5 Sehome 3 Sedro Woolley 2 5 Lake Stevens 5 Stan wood 5 Monroe 5 Anacortes 5 Bellingham DISTRICT 1st GIRLS SWIMMING (10-4) Mount Vernon Opponent 102 Lynwood 70 102 Meadowdale 88 103 Anacortes 65 27 Sehome 56 100 Everett 72 51 Bellingham 36 72 Marysville 95 46 Anacortes 36 30 Sehome 52 33 Edmonds 51 46 Anacortes 37 47 ■ Bellingham 36 . 45 Cascade 38 53 Anacortes 29 Seniors Maria Torres, Tim Hanstad Rule w — ooks Like We ' ve Made It. was appro- t z priately chosen as the theme for the ' ll Senior Ball. That night will be long re- membered by many as a special event. An overcrowded dance floor and waiting in a long line for pictures all proved worthwhile on filling the evening with treasured memories. Maria Torres and Tim Hanstad were chosen by the Senior Class to reign over the dance as King and Queen. For the third year in a row the MVHS Thespian Club sponsored as outstanding Variety Show. This select group of talented individuals proved that practice pays off as they were hand picked by director Mr. Joe Daman. Mr. John Babraitis assisted by leading the stage band. It all came to a conclusion on the night of November 16, with Kobi Grace taking first place singing a composition of her own, Elaine Dixon placed second doing a dance, and Chuong Luong placed third playing his guitar. Maria Torres and Tim Hanstad were chosen as Senior Ball Royalty for the " Looks Like We Made It " 1979 Senior Ball Newest And Oldest Are Show Favorites lirnok Rogers made a great hit at the Variety Show. An excellent version of an old favorite " Who ' s on First " was done by Lisa Markley and Paul Quinn 26 Music, Comedy Compete For Prizes 1 Singing one of her ou ' n songs was Senior Kobi Grace 2 It rook a whole cast to make an excellent show complete 3 Chuong Luong strums a harmonic melody. 4. " It was a terrible, horrible, no good, very bad day. " states Lisa Si elove. 27 Spink Spearheads Unique Homecoming his years ' Homecoming was packed with new and different activities. One that really fit the description of different was the greased pig contest. Lots of help from the various activity chairmen made the week run smooth- ly. Understanding and cooperation from faculty members was appreciat- ed by everyone involved. " Mummie ' s Masquerade " was the theme for the Bogi. which brought in a substantial profit for the Girls ' Club. Robin Gilbertson ' s costume creativity honored her with the title of Whitch and Warlock for the third year in a row. Receiving All Northwest honors were John Wetsch. All Area Linebacker. Barry Bartram, All Northwest Defen- sive Back and Carolyn White for Vol- leyball. This was Carolyn ' s second year to receive the honor IQJQ Homecoming Chairman Dick Spink along with his Co Chairman Robin Cilbertson and Vonni Woldcn Helping to make Homecommmg a success were the Homecomming committee members. Front Row; John Wetch Row Two: L to R: Mike Brady. Rich West. Bfcky Patterson. Kristie Overby. Teresa Trucker. Carolyn White, and Diane Soucy Back Row; Ashley Sybrandy. Sue Schink. Alice Summers. John B-S ' gpnsbegar. Donna Smith. Joni Erspalmer. Jodeen Fisher. Pam Larson. Lisa Cisneros. and Gail Ranlett 2H Chosen as witch and warlock over Bogi were Robin Gilbertson and Jerry Carr I Meagan Mitcham and Chris Tjersland. Alias Dorothy and the Tin Man. pose for a quick picture at the Bogi Robin Wins Again with Bogi Costumes r H H i i mW HK! Carolyn White. All Norlhuesl in Volleyball John Wetsch. All Area Linebacker Banv Barlram. All NorlhwesI Delensive Back 29 ASB Sponsors Big Denise Nelson Run o make a story complete, a main character is needed to carry it fro beginning to end. Karen DeHon successfully filled the role of ASB president by presideing over the Judicial Board, Senate, appointing a f-fomcoming Committee and or- ganizing various activities. Among these was the suc- cessful Denise Nelson benefit run. By devoting an endless ammount of energy, she. along with seven other students, fulfilled the responsibilities of ASB officers. Under the watchful eye of Jim Jacobson. director of student activities, the faithful crew accom- plished much to make the ' 79- ' 80 school year a great one. Serving as vice — president. Bill Whitlock was a great asset in keeping the Senate running smoothly. Assuming the of ever — ending job secretary was San- dra Bardsley. Bev Thomas, attorney general, kept law and order in the student body. Treasurer Lizzy Kamb accounted for all ASB funds while Assistant Treasurer Sally Sward helped out. Secretary of Stu- dent Finance Lynn Haglund. assisted by Dave Ham- burg, kept the books straight. Under Al Evans ' super- vision the job was done right. ASB secretary. Sandra Bardsley -ml ASB President. Karen OeHon is as always keeping on top of things. ASB Vice-president Bill Whitlock keeps Senate in order. 30 2 Liz Kamb. treasurer. Sally Sward, assistant tresurer. Lynne Haglund. secretary of student finance 4. Karen " M C " s " a pep assembly. !■••■■ ' Bev Thomas ASB attorney general Diane Soucy and Alice Summers, program chairmen John Wetsch and Jim Moores fill pop machines and change reader board .1 31 Decision Making Group Takes Command m ount Vernon High is one of the very few schools in Washington that has a Senate, where students are allowed to draft, debate, and approve bills. Vice- — President Bill Whit lock and Advisor Dave Cornelius opened their ninth year of Senate with a running start. Some of the bills Senate debated were whether or not to have boy yell leaders, and if Hi — Q and Debate team members would be able to letter. The Senate class worked hard all year to better the school. Approved Judicial Board members for ' 79— ' 80 year were Becky Patterson, Diane Hughes, Joe Bowen, Elaine Dixon, and Janice Holden. A total of seven members serve each year so that unbiased opinions can be reached. This Board is appointed by the ASB President DeHon and must be approved through Senate. Once approved, the members serve on the Board for the rest of their years at MVHS. Senate officers are: L to R Cindy Wallace, Kelli Frazier, Lisa Langness, and Judi Oakland 1979- 1980 Senators are L to R Front row: Laurie Alvarado, Julie Lloyd. Lisa Langness. Evangeline Halliday. Jeff Peterson Row two: Tim Connell. Lori Johnson. Jill Peterson. Daryin Chick. Gail Ranlett. Judi Oakland, Jodeen Fisher. Dan Skay. Brian Bannister Row three: Pam Larson. Lisa Dulton. Cindy Wallace. Kelli Frazier. Ty Folks Row four Bill Whitlock. Janice Nystrom. Joe Soucy, Mike Burns, Paul Engrecht, Peter Robertson. 32 1. Looks like the nays have it! 2 Frustration overpowers Kelli Frazier as Ty Follis and Jell Peterson look on. mm Joe Soucy lounges in Senate while others attend to business. 11 Judicial Board members Janice Holden. Diane Hughes. Becky Patterson and Joe Bowen lake a break Irom considering serious matters ; 5 Looking very involved are three Senators Ty Follis, Jell Peterson and Bill Randell ?Hi( WINTER 34 35 Concentration, Effort Lead Bulldog 1 Mary Ballard u atches Intently as the ball ap- proaches the hoop. 2 Adding two more points to the score is Junior Debra Cates- 3 Tracy Beckes is up for another of her many shots. 4 Varsitv members from L to R Front row Karen Frederick, Amy Fredrickson. Kristie Overby. Row two. Balisa Lemmon. Susan Anderson. Debra Gates. Carolvn White, and Mary Ballard Not pictured: Tracy Beckes. and Stephanie Galbraith. A t fl ' - r . ' IWBflbii a ' .: y i k w B. ■■ ' ■ ' . " il W r ■ ▼ ■ ' M t 1 1 K m A Mi MM X ■ ■ " J i. m 9j| u E3 • ■ l s ' P tti H 1 1 v m m ■«» f — , — J3 t r- ft " 1 1 -1 ■ ' ■ 4 n mkl La) 1 • IE - — Girls To Victory And State a .. 1 With determination Jennifer Alvarado shoots for two 2 Making up the Junior Varsity Basketball team from L. to R. Front row: Renee Screiber. Jodi Dean. Karen Frederick. Jennifer Alvarado, Joy Bledsoe. Ruth Hurd. Row two: Melissa White. Ruth Blue. Becky Gilbertson, Leah Gerdes. Debra Gates. Amy Fredrickson, and Kay Quail 3 Varsity players listen closely as Coach Thompson relays his strategy 4. Looking for a clear pass out of bounds is freshman Jodi Dean. 5. Despite injuries, even to coach Beasley. the Bulldog girls had a good season. Girls ' ' Press ' ' On To Victory 1 Varsity players get psyched for the start ot another victory he 1979-80 girls basketball team completed yet another dynamic season. High placings in both Dis- trict and State were inevitable. Farrell Thompson and Jim Beasley ' s out- standing coaching ability enabled the girls to score highly in many of their games leaving opponents in states of envy. Key use of Mount Vernon ' s press ironed out most if not all of their opposition. The JV squads determination and effort proved to be consistent and the girls re- mained undefeated throughout the sea- son Shooting their last baskets at MVHS were Seniors Carolyn White. Kristie Overby, and Balisa Lemmon. 2 Senior Balisa Lemmon sends oft two more points as teammates reposition tiiemselves for the rebound 3 Aiding the Bulldogs with tremendous defense ability is Senior Carolyn White number 12 4 Mary Ballard strains for the tip off while Tra cy Beckes readies herself for the ball 5 With precise concentration. Senior Kristie Overby shoots for two Bulldogs Top 18 Year Record m 1 Leading a fast break against Sehome is Rick Wills Ready to set up the play are Dai e Clarke and Loren Pirkle he finest season in 18 years was enjoyed by the 79-80 Boys Basketball team, under the guidance of second year Head Coach, Dave Edwards. With a fine starting team and a strong bench the Bulldogs coasted through the regular season with a 1 7-3 record. The team was led by Seniors, Rick Wills and Rodney Kirk. Round- ing out the starting 5 were seniors Loren Pirkle, Phil Holboy. and Junior Dave Clarke. Seniors, Brian Evans, Mike Brady, Ty Follis and Kevin Crawford were contributing factors coming off the bench. In the greatest game of his career. Senior Rick Wills came with in a single point of breaking an all time MVHS record. He sunk in 42 points in a victory over a tough Sehome team. The Bulldogs captured 1st place honors in their division and were a regular member of the top ten rated A A teams in the state throughout the season. The junior varsity team also showed fine potential with a 15-5 record, including winning their last 13 games. They were led bv Juniors Rich Bertelson and Barry Bartram and Sophomore Jeff Wilcox. 2 Up to control the tip is Rodney Kirk 3 Brian Evans on the way past his opponent 4 Dead-eye Loren Pirkle lines up at the foul line 5 After making another basket, the Bulldogs pull back on defense. 6 It ' s two points off the hands of Rodney Kirk. 19 All- ' Round Skill Gives Bulldogs ' Victories Wi 1. Dave Clark and Phil Holboy wait for a rebound on Mike Brady ' s shot 2 Rick Wills lo oks on as Kevin Crawford scores from the free throw line. Varsity Team members are: Front row. L to R . Barry Bartram. Kevin Crawford. I ike Brady. Rick Wills. Kelly Cam. Jeff Wilcox and Doug Nelson Back row. Coach Edwards. Stuart Creydanus. Loren Pirkle, Phil Holboy, Rodney Kirk, Ty Follis, Jim Brignone, Dave Clark. Brian Evans and Asst Coach Williams. 40 Senior Mike Brady shoots for two Dave Clark displays perfect stiootmg form at ttie foul line Seniors Lead Dogs to Great Record I W K 3 Rodney Kirk awaits the rebound as Mi ' Vernon puts it up. 4 Kevin Crawford reaches around a defender to dish the ball off. Bulldogs Tops In Northwest A A League % yfrt 4 From row L lo R Ralphy Ruiz. Kirk Levaque. Mike Emphy, Paul Sager, Brian Berentson. John Swiderski. Dai ' e Moores. Lance Pirkle. Curl Marble, Gary Duranceau Not Pictured. John Frederick Row two L lo R Mr Burkhalter, Mike Da is, Karl Sand, Junior Juarez, Brian Friend, Jim Kraft, Brian Creydanus, Jell Berlelson, Greg Ness, Scott Lang, George Steele, Jim Copper 1 It ' s another point when Ty Follis Shoots from the foul line 2. Shooting over a delender. Rick Wills aims lor two more 3 Being pursued, Kevin Crawford races down-court 5 Positioned for a re- bound, the Bulldogs concentrate on the ball Gvmnaslic team members L to R Mardee Ellis. Dionn Bruchette. Michelle Pearson, Laurie Mellott. Andrea Pihl, Deannie Meager, and Tracy Manduchi wTE] ey factors in Mount Ver- 1 - non High School ' s compe- II tive gymnastics team were self-determination and concentra- tion. Experience led the way from rou- tine to routine with most of the girls returning from last year. Their sea- son started well with a win over Anacortes 115.48 to 104.21. In her second year Coach Shirley Swanson did a tremendous job while Assistant Coach Linda Bish- op supplied extra help and inspira- tion. Tracy Manduchi. Mardee Ellis, and Andrea Pihl competed in all-around events. Seniors leaving the mats were: Lau- rie Mellott. Tracy Manduchi. An- drea Pihl. and Carla West. Concentration Is The Key For Gymnasts 2 Executing style with a smile is Senior Andrea Pihl 3 It ' s true that practice makes perfect as Senior Laurie Mellott demonstrates a handstand on the bars 4. Perfecting a portion of her floor routine is Junior Dionn Bruchette. fi fL 43 Teacher, Coach Retires iter thirti, ' years of teaching and coaching at Mt. Vernon, Mr. Paul Reiman is retiring. Known as one of the best teachers this school has ever had he is one of the greatest wrestling coaches in the state of Washington, easily shown by his win-loss record. He has been the head of the Math Department for about seventeen years, tn his years of coaching, he has produced countless State, District and League wrestling champs. This page is dedicated to him for his service. K t 1 ■0 H ■ -5 ™ij. ' " ' l »- HQj V 1 ' t r ■MMiiii r ' ' )M •w- mj— H SI Thirty Years Pay Off ririMiimirrvvi . f . . 1 Varsity wrestling team members are L to R. Front row Shay Walker. Carey Nelson. Keith Knoernschild. Kevin Clizbe. Kevin Snowden. Brad Pritchard, and Rechard Frazier Back row Mark Grebenor. Matt Pierce. Joe Bowen. Doug West. Mark Nelson, and John Bogensberger 2 Junior varsity wrestling team members are L to R. Front row: Par- rel Otis. Ed Summers. Gary Junquist, Tim Pearson. Scott Loy. and David Hamburg. Back row: Carl Burns. Mitch Willis. Peter Connell. John Maupins. Ashley Sybrandy. and Alan Cade 45 Strong Competition Hampers Grapplers .— -|| aced with excellent year long com- :Rz petition the ' 79-80 Bulldog wres- " l| tling team finished the season with a disappointing record. Coaching the Bulldogs for his 30th and last year was. Paul Reiman. assisted by Andy Masonholder. Wrestling Seniors were Mark Grebenor, John Bogensberger, Joe Bowen. Kevin Clizbe. Shay Walker. Richard Frazier. Carl Burns. John Maupins. and Ashley Sybrandy. Outstanding Juniors were Keith Knoerns- child. Doug West, and Matt Pierce. Preparing for future varsity action were a fine group of JV and Frosh wrestlers who worked hard all year long. I. Mount Vernon wrestlers line up before introduction at another match 3 Putting an opposing wrestler in agony is Keith Knoernschild. 2 A Bulldog wrestler throws his opponent to the mat 4 Tim Pearson prepares to pin a Seahawk 5. In his last year of a great coaching career was Coach Paul Reiman assisted by Andv Masonholder Mark Nelson J (l|||M ' wB , k ' A . ' Rhl H I Ja , if } Alan Cade John Maupms Carey Nelson Doug Nelson The 1980 Freshmen wrestling team Front row L to R Jay Jacks. Eric Mortvedt. T Scott McCutchin Back row L to R Allen Skay. Mattew Halhday. Jon Minor. Tim Scoles. Martin Klug. and Coach Andy Masonholder f, fr f Bull fish Take Second At NW District he ' 79- ' 80 Bulldog swim team com- pleted another successful season under the direction of Coach Perry Brown, assisted by Coach Bill McCutchin. The Bulldogs captured second place in league and qualified a good number of swim- mers for the regional meet. Senior swimmers completing their last year were Randy Peterson. John Youngsman and John King. Other outstanding performers were Juniors Sonn j Hunter. Mark Dye, Dan Carlon and Sophomore Scott Lemke. • ■ 1. At the sound of the gun. John Gilbert atms for another victory. 3. A Mount Vernon swimmer backstrokes toward a first place finish 4lft m J ■ ' 2 A Bulldog swimmer churns the water with a powerful stroke. 4 Waiting for the starting gun is Sophomore Don Watkinson- 5 Bulldog swimmers lounge around the pool before a meet High Percentage Qualify For Regionals % ■■ " ( . . ::f Swimming team members are. Front row. L. to R.. Randy Peterson. Dan Carton. Dave Conley. Steve Wells, John King. Dave Youngsman. Scott Lear, John Gilbert Row two. John Hensley. Eric Meyer, Rob North, John Youngsman, Sonny Hunter, Scott Lemke, Back Row. Manager Vicki McCulchin. Dave Troutner, Dan Watkinson. Mark Dve. John Semrau. Rob Exelby 2 A Bulldog diver executes another great dive, 3 Getting a breath ol air is John Youngsman 49 Winter Sports Scoreblocks Mount Vernon 29 22 27 24 25 36 15 45 27 61 32 23 WRESTLING (5-9) Sehome Burlington Ellensburg Selah Lake Stevens Monroe Anacortes Bellingham Sedro Woolley Arlington Lincoln Roosevelt Stan wood Ferndale Christmas Tournament 4th place Lumberjack Tournament 6th place Regionals 5th place Opponent 20 42 36 35 32 24 31 26 39 24 35 8 34 42 - Mount Vernon 111.5 132.2 125.9 112.4 117.9 119.0 121.4 GYMNASTICS (4-3) Mariner Bellingham Anacortes Sehome Shoreline Ferndale Everett League 2nd District 6th Opponent 116.9 130.0 106.4 132.1 122.5 101.2 112.9 BOYS SWIMMING ! (6-6) Mount Vernon Opponent 28 Edmonds 55 50 Woodwai 33 92 Everett 79 48 Bellingham 34 37 Sehome 46 41 Anacortes 42 30 Terrace 53 69 Sehome 24 77 Marysville 92 86 Cascade 85 76 Anacortes League 2nd League Meet 1st 92 ■ BOYS VARSITY BASKETBALL Mount Vernon Opponent 72 Edmonds 58 -69 Lynn wood 54 %71 77 Burling ton 83 Bellingham 56 69 Arlington 62 60 Bellingham 53 . 60 Oak Harbor 48 t ' Ferndale 41 1 79 Sedro- Woolley 54 f 56 Anacortas 49 f 7 Lake Stevens 53 50 Monroe 47 81 Sehome 67 70 Arlington 58 62 Sedro- Woolley 52 55 Anacortas 53 54 St an wood 62 54 Burlington 62 71 Lake Stevens 65 82 Bellingham 57 77 Sehome 65 61 Burlington 73 84 St an wood Division 1st 64 GIRLS VARSITY BASKETBALL (15-0) Mount Vernon Opponent 99 Bellingham 32 75 Arlington 18 68 Ferndale 35 64 Sedro Woolley 28 59 Burlington 31 60 Stan wood 43 56 Anacortes 49 50 Lake Stevens 7 82 Sehome 19 62 Sedro Woolley 42 53 Anacortes 52 57 Burlington 45 54 Monroe 32 61 Lake Stevens 15 64 Sehome League 1st District 1st 27 Regionals 1st New Ideas Introduced In Winterfest halrmen Kristie Overby, Evangeline Halliday. and Dan Skay intro- duced many new and exciting ideas for the second annual Win- terfest celebration at MVHS. Crazy dress up days, action packed activities, displays of hid- den talent, brute strength, and partial insanity filled the week. Martian clad monsters, rootin ' tootin ' cowboys, abominable snowbunnies, valentine sweet- hearts, and loyal Bulldog sup- porters became typical charac- ters around campus. Mr. Bulldog America contes- tants suffered through showing off their legs, chests, and back- sides to engrossed audiences. After the talent contest on the final day. Rich West was crowned Mr. Bulldog America, along with his court. Junior Prince James Case. Sophomore Prince Ron Huffstodt. and Freshman Prince Matthew Halli- day. The week was topped off with a dance and midnight breakfast for the Royalty. 1. The Junior girls had a " rootin ' tootin ' time ' on Texas Tuesday. 2 Bernie Halliday ' s ice- cream eating talent helped the Seniors win the competition. 3. Some pretty spacy characters showed up for Space Age Monday. 4 " Ameri- ca ' s Sweetheart " Diane Soucy won the Valen- tine dress up day 5 Mr Bulldog America. Rich West, juggles his way to victory in the annual competition 6 Greg Necas Hips his opponent in the Indian Wrestling competition 52 jfl PP Si H BBBBBBPl.-j C H f ' ■» • • . - i J■il v nx k1 lifl l Winterfest chairmen Christy Overby and Evangeiline Halli- day did a great job, along with Dan Skay. not pictured. The mighty Juniors displayed their brute strength in the tug o war. 3 They say you can judge a person by the company he keeps !! ' ? 4 These can V be the Mouse keteers! 5 Left, right, left, right, was the key to success in the ski board competition. 6 " My what delightful weather we ' re having, " says Diane Hughes to Bev Thomas on Winter Wednesday 7 Mr Bulldog America contestants. Dick Spink, Rich West and Jim Moores participat ed in some pretty strange events throughout the week 8 Junior contestants Joe Cis- neros, James Case and Roger Hurd show their best in the chest competition 53 r[ to imagine what it would be like to be a stranger in a little communiti of 1100 people. That ' s what ten foreign students here at MVHS have exper- ienced. The many faces, good times, studies, and new freinds will long be remembered. Returning home after a fun-filled year abroad were our students Paul Hoagland. from Germany. Stuart Ravnik from Finland and Victoria Whitlock from Denmark. Two foreign exchange students stayed here with local fam- ilies. One was Nileena Jhaveri from Bombay, India, and the other was Stephan Janus from Belgium Eight other foreign students attending MVHS were Zerayacob " Jake " Kidane- moriam from Ethiopia, Ha Chuong. Chuong Luong. and Hiep Trieu from Vietnam, and Miriam. Felipe. Noel, and Jerry Llarenas from the Philippines. " .-■ ' t -tHt.; 1 Nileena Jhaveri stops long enough for her picture Nileena was an exchange student from Bombay. India. 2 Visiting here from Belgium was Stephan Janus. 3 Three interesting foreign students from Vietnam are from L to R Hiep Trieu. Ha Luong. and Chuong Luong 54 i Stuart Ravnik looks like he ' s enjoying his sta in F.inland. 2 Zerayacob Kidane- mariam, better known as Jake, came straight from Ethiopia to MVHS 3 Vic- toria Wbitlock and her Danish family 4. The Llaranes family has recently moved here from the Philippines, from L to R Felipe. Miriam, and Noel. Not pictured: Jerry Llaranes. Year Abroad Brings New Faces - Places if|j p gyig,H " ' R ' j-iJf-f " : ' - - ' ■ ' ' ■• ' ' -i-x r;, ' 1 ' " - • -i ■■; -. y riwwg wgi ' .Ti ' WBJW.iiij.i Mt-ami»« ' -j n-. - - . ' ' ■gPs lTiTilMr CLASSES mt liSs IWSB L -«-. " W mm . 1 fpm ™ 1 1 V " » ■--— %- If y H IB! LI it r • 1 For some the story cl oses But another is just beginning. ' Determination Key Word For Class Of ' 80 ELEANOR ALVARADO BARBARA ANDERSON DAVID ARMSTRONG BRIAN BANNISTER The class of 198U has shown great determina- tion from their Freshman year when they tied for second place in the Homecoming floats. It was quite a step from the pep assembly when the cheerleaders made them stand up to see, " if the Frosh really do have legs. " Their Junior year, probably the least eventful, brought them through with a respectable sec- ond place overall in Homecoming activities. Their Senior year was without a doubt the best. Homecoming came and went showing almost nothing but victories for them. Topped with the flurry of orders for pictures and announce- ments, special activities, applications for col- leges, scholarships and awards, final prepara- tion for the sneak, the cruise, and of course, graduation the class was in constant motion in anticipation for their final days at MVHS and the movin on to other places. SANDRA M BARDSLEY NANCY BARNES TERESA HARRINGTON DOUGLAS BECKETT JOAN BENNETT DAVID BIGGERS STACY M BINGHAM " ON BLAIR JOHN BOGENSBERGEH DANNY BOUDREAU JOE BOW EN MICHAEL D BRADY JOHN BRISTER JANDRALEEN BROWN JIM BROWN THEODORE BROWN BETH BURTON JIM CAMERON CATHLEEN: C CARN CHRISTINA CARRIER ELIZABETH A CASS DAWN CHICHESTER DEBORAH A CHILD RICK CHOATE USA CISNEROS KEVIN CLIZBE CINDY COKER KEVIN CRAWFORD KAREN CUMMINS LAURA E DALGLIESH TERIL DAVIS SAM DEARING KAREN DEHON JERRY DILLEY ELAINE DIXON LUC E DORAIS LORI DUFFY SHARI DUFFY f AVlD J DUMINS Joe Bowen Heads Class In Final LISA ANN BUTTON SIGRID DYKERS NANCY EGBERS LORl EIDE JOEL ENGBRECHT MARK EPTING RHONDA L ERICKSON JONI ANN ERSPAMER BRIAN EVANS SUSAN L EXELBY JODI FALL COLLEAN A FEEBECK JODEEN ANN FISHER LISA FISHER Seniors Give Full Support To MVHS CARLA FLADEBO JEANNETTE FOLKERTSMA TY FOLLIS PAUL FORCE KELLI FRAZIER RICHARD FRAZIER PAULA GARZA ROBIN GILBERTSON DANIEL GILFILLAN KOBI GRACE TRACY JO GRAN STACEY JO GRANGER SCOTT GREYDANUS LYNNE ANN HAGLUND BERNADETTE F HALLIDAY EVANGELINE ANN HALLIDAY Enjoying the early fall sun are Senior girls, left. Pandemonium reigned when the Seniors gave their class song during the Homecoming assembly. USA HARJES DEMISE HARROLD RICK HECKENLAIBLE BRETT HEITT KRISTAL HEMMES SUSAN HOAG PHILIP HOLBOY NANCY MARIE HOLDER EDDIE L HOU6IU ALLISON HOWt% CHERYL HOWELt BONITA JOLENE IVERSEN ■ ■ « " " STEPHAN JANUS LISA JENNE MICHAEL JEWETT NILEENA JHAVERI Petunias lake special care. Denise Harrold and Katby Wiskirken give them that extra touch. Seniors Win Homecoming lAMIE JOHANNESEN HEIDI JOHNSON lULIE KAY JONES WSSELL JONES PAULIE A JORDAN ERIN KEARNEY COLLEEN C KELLEY " " AYACOB KIDANEMORIAM tKINC ; KING ■■1 ' ' . ' ' . APRIL KANPP-WALKER SHERRI KORTLEVER RUTHIE KRiEGER PATRICK LAKE JILL LANE SANDY LARRABEE PAMELA K LARSON CYNTHIA LEAR BALISA LEMMON BARBARA LEONARD RAYMOND J LEWIS FELIPE B LLARENAS MIRIAM B LLAREN AS PAUL LOGAN Hunting for an M M in a bowl of Hour can be " Cloudy Work, " Just ask John Wetsch and Chris Pollino. Queen Carolyn Rules Over Fall Highlight DAVID LOHMAN CHUONG LUONG HA LUONG TRACY E MANDUCHI SHERRIE MAfWLE KIM MARTIN JOHN MAUPINS KARI JOANNE MCCADAM LISA MCCAIN DOUGLAS MCCORMICK VICKI MCCUTCHIN LINDA MCFADDEN LAURA L MELLOTT GREGG METZ MARY MICKELSON JONI MILLER DAVID D MOHR II I ANITA MONTOYA JAMES A MOORES BARBARA MORRELL ROBERT NELSON MARY M NORBACK TAMI NOYES BRUCE ODEGAARD MIKE OLDOW KRISTIE ANN OVERBY BECKY L PATTERSON USA D PA YNE CINDY LEA PEARSON JAMES PEDERSEN JEFF D PETERSON StTS ' STfTn ' SflfmSTR ANDREA PIHL -- LOREN A PIRKLE CHRISTOPHER J POLLINO LAURA PRITCHARD GAIL E RANLETT BECKY A REVELL DOUGLAS RUDERT The Best Of Four Years Never Forgotten BEVERLEY L RUIZ SHANNON RUSKIN KENYA SAND SUSAN L SCHINK JOHN SCHREIFELS EDWARD SERNA SCOTT L SIMON DANIEL DEAN SKAY GREG SKUDLAREK DONNA SMITH JOANN SMITH BRENDA SNYDER LEILA SODERBOM DIANE A SOUCY RICHARD SPINK JON ST JOHN Maureen Florea. Laura Wood and Robin Gilbertson take a break from their busy schedules. ■ . ' :f ; Another money raising project for the Seniors was the " com-on-lhe- cob " sale during Skagit County Fair time. DAVID STEMHAGEN RANDI R STEVENS CHRIS STEWART KATHI L STILWILL SHIRLEY STONE MIKESTOBER KARI STURDY ALICE C SUMMERS Traditional Cruise CARO. A SWANSON ERIC SWANSON ASHLEY SYBRANDY MARGARET THEODORSSON BEVERLY M THOMAS MARIA B TORRES HIEP TRIEU TERESA L TRUCKER PATTY VAN ALLEN LANCE VANDERHYDE tHAY WALKER tYNDI WALLACE KARL WALTON NmCY WEAVER Climaxes Final Year v .- . KEITH WENDLAND CARLA WEST RICHARD A. WEST MARK WESTLAND JEFF WETSCH JOHN WETSCH SUSAN WETSCH CAROLYN J WHITE CHRIS WHITE JEFF WIEGAND THERESA WILLIAMS RICHARD WILLS CATHY WISKIRKEN MARLA WOECK, . VONNI R WOLDEN I AURA WOOD ' JUhls YOUNGSMAN April KnappWalk, Not Pictured: Jan Brown, Kevin Crawford. David Corrion, Kevin Eckert, Paul Hoagland, Mike Jewett, and Paulie Jordan. F ili ? _. Doug McCormicli The " Top Ten " are from the bottom working our way up: Tracy Mandu- cbi, Cindy Coker, Bev Thomas, Vonri Wolden, D. Karen DeHon, An- j. drea Pihl, Diane ; " Je Soucy. Rick Wills, Brian Evans, and Chris White. ti " :_■■ ;? Also Not Pictured: Mary Norback, Caria West. Rick West, Mark Westland. Victoria Whitlock, Senior Activities LLEANOR ALVARADO Girls ' Intramural Softbcill 14. Basket belles 4: Pep Club 3. 4; Tracktrotlers 4. Girls ' Club 1 4 BARB ANDERSON FFA 1; FNA 1. Girls ' Club 1-4- Swift 2 4 BRIA N BA NNIS TER Transfer from Everett 2; Boys ' Cross Coun try 4: Boys ' Tennis 2- A Boys ' Basketball 2. 3. Radio 4. Bulldog 4. Senate 3, 4. SANDRA BARDSLEY Transfer from California 3: FBI A 3. 4. Key Club 3: Girls ' Club 14; ASB Sec 4; Honor Society 3: Torch 4. TERI BARRINGTON Girls ' Club 1-4: Mermaids 1 , Concert Choir 2: Swift 4. DOUGLAS BECKETT Transfer from Peninsula 4. DAVE BIGGERS FFA 3: German 3. STACI BINGHAM Girls ' Gymnastics 1. 2: Girls ' Club 14: Mat- maids 2: Pep Club 2-4: Band 14. Concert 3. JAN BROWN Girls ' Intramural Softball 1: Basketboosters 3; FBLA 4: FNA 1: FHA 2: Girls ' Club 14. Pep Club 1-4: Honor Society 1-3: Torch 4. School Store Manager. JIM BROWN Football 1. 2: Boys ' Cross Country 3. 4. Boys ' Tennis 3. 4: Soccer 4: Wrestling 1-3: Boys ' Baseball 1. 2: Intramural Basketball 3. 4, Honor Society 13: Mothers ' Tea 3: Torch 4. JOHN BOGENSBERGER Football 1-4: Boys ' Basketball!: Wres- tling 2 4: FFA 1 4 Treas. 2. Pres. 3. DANY BOUDREAU Boys ' Cross Country 3. 4: Boys ' Basketball I: Boys Track 2. JOE BOWEN Football 1-4: Wrestling 14: Boys ' Track2 4: Boys ' Baseball 1: French Club 24: Boys ' State 3: Class Pres. 4: HiQ Team 2-4; Honor Society 1-3: Judicial Board 3. 4: Mothers ' Tea 3; Senate 1: Torch 4: Rotary Boy of the Month 4. RITCHIE BOYCE Football 1. 2: Soccer 1: Wrestling 1. 2: Fishing Club 1-4. MIKE BRADY Football 1-4: Basketball 1-4; Boys ' Baseball 1: German Club 3, 4: Homecoming Committee 4: Honor Society 1-3: Torch 4. CARL BURNS Football I. 2: Boys ' Tennis 1: Wrestling 1-4: Electronic Radio 3. 4. MARY BETH BURTON Girls ' Intramural Softball 1: FHA 1: Girls ' Club 1-4: Matmaids 1: Pep Club 1-3: Swift 2: FCA 12. JIM CAMERON Football 2: Aviation 1: Electronic Radio 14; Bush Trip 3. 4: Spring Musical 2. 3: Variety Show 2: Concert Choir 24. CATHY CARNEY Girls ' Tennis 14: State 2 4: Girls ' Basketball 1. 2: State 2: French Club 13: Girls ' Club 14: Medical Explorers 4: Radio 4: Ski Club 14: Sec.-Treas. 3; Class Sec. 3: Honor Society 1- 3: Torch 4. ELIZABETH CASS French 1. 2: FBLA 4: Girls ' Club 14: Pep Club 1. 2: Ski Club 14: Honor Choir 4: Swing Choir 4, Torch 4: Honor Society 13; Concert Choir 2-4. DEBBIE CHILD FBLA 3: FNA 1: Girls ' Club 14: Pep Club 1-4: Spades 1: Swift 4. DA WN CHICHESTER Girls ' Gymnastics 1 : Girls ' Track 4. Cheer- leader 2: Girls ' Club 14. LISA CISNEROS Girls ' Tennis 3: French Club 3. 4, Radio 3: Girls ' Club 1 4: Homecoming Committee 4: Marine Biology Trip 3: KEVIN CLIZBE Boys ' Cross Country 2: Wrestling 1-4: HiQ Team 4: Honor Society 1-3 Torch 4. CINDY COKER Girls ' Cross Country 1. 4; Girls ' Track 4: FFA 1- 3: Bush Trip 3. 4: Girls ' Club 14: Debate 24: Honor Society 1-3: ' T6rcl 4 " CONNELL Boys ' Tennis 1 -4: Boys ' Swimming 4: German 2. o 3. 4: Senate 4 IRRION FFA I: Ski Club 2. 3. LAURA DALGLIESH Transferred from Burlington 3: FBLA 4. Girls ' Club 3. 4 TERI DA VIS Girls ' Swimming 2. 4. Track Manager 2: Girls ' Club I 4. Pep Club 2. Band 1. 2: Bulldog 3. 4: Drill Team 3. 4 SAM DEARING Transfer from LaConner 2: Boys ' Baseball 4. Band 2 KAREN DEHON Football Shadows 3 Treas. 3: FBLA 3 Treas 3: FFA 1: Girls ' Club 14: Mermaids 14: ASB Asst. Treas. 2: ASB Treas 3: ASB Pres. 4. Band 14 Sec -Treas. 2. 3: Honor Band 2 4: Honor Society 1-3: Inter-High Rep. 4, Spring Musical 2: Torch 4: Jr. Achievement Award 3. ELAINE DIXON Basketboosters 1: Football Shadows 1: German Club 14: Girls ' Club 14: Girls ' Club Cabinet 2. 3: Matmaids 3: Law Explorers 2: Youth Legislature 1. 2: Bulldog 2. 3: Class Vice Pres. 1: Honor Society 13: Judicial Board 13: Mothers ' Tea 2. 3: Senate 1, 2: Spring Musical 2: Torch 4: Variety Show 3. 4. LISA DUTTON Girls ' Club 14: Glove Girls 2. 3: Key Club 4. Matmaids 14: Pep Club 2: Ski Club 3: Youth Legislature 4, Honor Society 3; Mothers ' Tea 3: Senate 4, Torch 4. SIGRID DYKERS Girls ' Tennis 1. 4; Girls ' Track 14. FFA 14: FNA 1-3: Band 1-4: Honor Society 1-3: Spring Musical 2. Torch 4. Variety Show: National FFA Band 3. 4. JON I ERSPAMER Volleyball 1-4: Girls ' Track 1. 2. 4. German 2 4: Matmaids 1-3: Radio 4, Skagina Salesman 4: State Track 1: State Volleyball 4 BRIAN EVANS Football 1. Boys ' Basketball 1-4: Boys ' Baseball 1-4: FBLA 4 Pres 4, Class Treas 4, Homecoming Escort 4: Honor Society 1-3: Torch 4. NANCY EGBERS Girls Basketball 1: Girls Softball 4. Football Statistics 3. 4: Football Shadows 1: Matmaids 1: Pep Club 1. Radio 3. 4: Cheerleader 2: Senate 1: Senior Sneakers Officers 4 SUE EXELBY FNA 1: Drill Team 1-4: Mermaids 4; Girls ' Club 1 JOni FALLF.R Matmaids 1. 2, Radio 3: Honor Society 1 3. Torch 4. Guts ' Club 14 ( ) LEAN Fl ' EBECK Girls Track 3: Bulldog 3. 4. Girls ' Club I 4. USA FISHER VolLyball 3. 4; Girls Softball 3. 4; Girls Intramural Softball 1: Sports Manager Basketball 2. Girls ' Club 14; Honor Soaelv 13. Torch 4: Marine Biology Trip 3. 4 JODEEN FISHER FNA 1; Girls ' Club 14: Matmaids 3; Pep Club 1. 2: Ski Club 14; Homecoming Committee 4, Honor Choir 1. 2; Honor Society 13; Senate 4; Torch 4. JEANNETTE FOLKERTSMA German Club 14. ffonor Society 1 3. Torch 4; Girls ' Club 14. TY FOLLIS Football 1; Boys Cross Country 2. 3; Boys Basketball 2 4; Boys Track 1; Boys Intramural Basketball 3, 4; Electronic Radio 3; FFA 3; Radio 3. Bulldog 4; Bush Trip 4; Senate 3. 4; Spiing Musical 2. Transfer from Everett 2 FAIIL FORCE Football 3; Boys Track 4; Chess 3. KELLI FRAZIER Football Shadows 1. 2; Key Club 1. 2; Girls ' Club 14; Class Treas. 1; Cheerleader 3. 4; Inter-High 3. 4; Moth I ' rs " Tea 3. FAULA GARZA Chicano 1; French 3. 4; Matmaids 2-4; Pep Club 4. Swift 2. ROBIN GILBERTSON German 1; Matmaids 2. 3 Pres. 3; Girls ' Club 14; Bogi Wtich and Warlock 2 4; Class Treas. 3; Homecoming t ' ia mian 4; Honor Society 1-3; Skagina Sports Editor 4; Torch 4; Rotary Girl Of the Month 4. STACEY GRANGER Girls ' Basketball 1; Girls ' Club 14; Mat maids 1. KARIN GRANT Transfer from LaConner 2; Swift 3. ROY ALE AN GREY Pep Club 4; Campus Choir 3; Drill Team 4; Swift :i. LYNNE HAGLUND Football Shadows 1 -4 Chairperson 3. 4; FBLA 2 4 Treas. 4; Girls ' Club 14; Pep Club 4; Thespians 3. 4; Tracktrotters 1-4 Chairperson 3. 4; Assistant Sec. of Student Fi- nance 3; Sec. of Student Finance 4; Drill Team 1, 3, 4; Honor Society 1-3; Swing Choir 3, 4; Torch 4; Variety Show 3, 4; Golf Caddy 1; Mermaids 2-4. BERNADETTE HALLIDAY Football Shadows 1; German Club 2; Girls Club 1-4; Matmaids 3; Pep Club 3; Youth Legislature 3; Bush Trip 2; Class Treas. 2; Honor Society 1-4; Senate 4; German Exchange Student 3. EVANGELINE HALLIDA Y FFA 4; German Club 24; Girls Club 14; Matmaids 24; Pep Club 2; Ski Club 2; Youth Legislature 2. 3; Homecoming Committee 4; Mothers Tea 3; Senate 4; Winterfest Chairman BRA n HA NCOCK Football 1-4; Boys Basketball 1 . 2; Boys Base ball 1 4; Intramural Basketball 3. TIM HANSTAD Football 1; Boys Tennis 14 Team Captain 3; Wrestling 1; German Club 13; Key Club 1. 2; Boy ' s State 3; Honor Society 1 -3; Mother s Tea 3; Skagina. Sports Editor 4; Senior Ball Royalty 4, Torch 4; Intramural Basketball 2-4; Rotary Boy of the Month 4. LISA HARJES Girls Tennis 2; Girls Track 14; Girls Club 1-4; Matmaids 2; Ski Club 1. 2; Honor Society 13; Torch 4 RICH HECKENLAIBLE Radio 3. 4 Program Director 4. BRETT HEITT Boys ' Cross Country 2 4; Boys ' Basketball 1, 2; Boys ' Track 14; Radio 4; Concert Choir 13. KRISTAL HEMMES FBLA 4; Girls ' Club 1-4; Pep Club 4; Radio 4. Boys ' Basketball Statistic 4 SI IE HO A G FNA 1 3; FHA 3. 4; Girls ' Club 1 4; Honor Society 1 3. Torch 4 PHIL HOLBOY Football 1. 2; Boys ' Basketball 24; Band 1-4; Mothers ' Tea 3; Stage Band 3, 4; Swing Choir 4. NANCY HOLDER FFA 3. 4; Girls ' Club 1-4; SWIFT 3. CHERYL HOWELL Volleyball 24; Girls ' Intramural Softball 2; FFA 14; German Club 2; Girls ' Club 1-4; Matmaids 3; Bulldog 4; Homecoming Committee 4; Honor Society 1-3: Ski Ad Sales- man 4; Torch 4. - ;,. BONNIE IVERSEN Girls ' Cross Country 3; Girls ' Track 2, 3; Football Shadows 4; Pep Club 4; Girls ' Club 14; Honor Society 1 3; Torch 4; Marine Survey 2-4. STEPHAN JANUS Exchange Student from Belgium; Soccer 4; French Club 4; Honor Choir 4; Concert Choir 4. LISA JENNE Girls Track Manager 2; FNA 1, 2; Girls ' Club 1-4; Band 14; Stage Band 1-4; Variety Show 2. MIKE JEWETT Soccer 1. 2; Wrestling 1; Baseball Manager 1; German 2-4; Campus Choir 1; Marine Trip 2-4. NILEENA JHAVERI Foreign exchange student from India 4; Girls ' Club 4. JAMIE JOHANNESEN Girls ' Softball 1, 2; Basketbelles 1; Ger man Club 1; Girls ' Club 1-4; Matmaids 1, 2; Band 1, 2; Honor Society 1-3; Torch 4. HEIDI LOUISE JOHNSON Football Shadows 1-3; FNA 1; FHA 2; Matmaids 3; ARC 3; Bush Trip 2; Campus Choir 1; Girls ' Club 1- 4. JULIE JONES FNA 3; Girls ' Club 1-4; FFA 1-4 Vice Pres. 3, Sec. 4, District Pres. 2; State Dairy Judging Team 2, State Live- stock Judging Team 3; Bulldog 4. RUSSELL JONES FFA I, 3. 4; Radio 3. 4; Band 14. PAULIE JORDAN German Club 1; Girls ' Club 1-4; Honor Soci- ety 13; Mothers ' Tea 3; Torch 4. COLLEEN KELLEY Football Shadows 4 Vice Pres. 4; FNA 1, 2; FHA 3 Vice Pres. 3; Girls ' Club 1-4; Matmaids 3; Pep Club 4; Band 1, 2, 4; Skagina Photographer 2-4. PAT KERLEY Boys Gymnastics 1. 2; Wrestling 3; Chess 1, 2; Thespians 14; Fall Play I; Honor Choir 1-4; Honor Society 1-3; Spring Musical 1-4; Swing Choir 1-4; Torch 4; Variety Show 2-4; Concert Choir 1-4; Rotary Boy of the Month 4. ZERAYACOB KIDANEMORIAM Foreign Exchange Student from Ethiopia 3; Boys Cross Country 4; Soccer 4; Boys Track 3, 4; Aviation 4; Swift 3. JOHN KING Football 1-4; Boys ' Swimming 3. 4; Wrestling 1. 2; Thespians 3, 4; Youth Legislature 1-4; Senate 2. 3; Swing Choir 3. 4; Variety Show 1-4. ■APRIL KNAPP-WALKER Pep Club 4 Pres. 4; Cheerleader 3; Homecoming Royalty 4; Junior Prom Royalty 3; Honor Society 1- 3; Torch 4; Mock Wedding 3; Girls ' Club 1-4. SHERRI KORTLEVER FNA I; FHA 2; Pep Club 1-3; Girls ' Club 1-4. HANS A. KRUITHOF Boys ' Basketball 2; Boys ' Track 1; Chess 1. 2; ARC 3, 4; Th espians 1-3; Bush Trip 3. 4; Fall Play 1. 2; Honor Society 1-3; Spring Musical 1. 2; Torch 4; Variety Show 3, 4. PAT LAKE Football Manager 1. 2; Basketball Manager 1, 2. FELIPE LLARENAS Transfer from New Jersey 4. PAM LARSON Girls ' Tennis 2, 3; French 1, 2; Girls ' Club 1-4; Matmaids 3; Pep Club 3; Radio 4; Ski Club 14; Bulldog 4 Cheer- leader 4; Honor Society 1-3; Senate 4; Torch 4. Windy LEAR FFA l, 2, 4; Clrls ' Club l-4; Mermaids l-4: Band l- m Honor Band 4; Honor Society 1-3; Stage 3, 4; Torch 4; Variety %how 4. BALISA LEMMON Girls ' Tennis 1-4; Girls ' Basi etball 1-4; Girls ' Track 3. 4; Girls ' Intramural Softball 1, 2; Medical Explorers 4; Honor Society 1-3; Torch 4; Spanish Club 4. RA YMOND LEWIS Transfer from Mariner 3; Boys ' Swimming 4. DAVID LOHMAN Elcetronic Radio 3, 4; FFA 14; Band 1, 2. TRACY MANDUCHI Girls ' Swimming 3, 4; Girls ' Gymnastics 1- 4; Girls ' Track 2 4; Medical Explorers 4; Girls ' Club 1-4; Pep Club 3, 4; Bulldog 4; Honor Society 1-3; Torch 4. SHERRIE MARBLE Girls ' Cross Country 2; Girls ' Gymnastics 1, 2; Basketboosters 3; FHA 2; German Club 2; Girls ' Club 1-4; Key Club 3; Matmaids 4; Pep Club 2; Radio 4; Bulldog 2, 3; Cheerleader 3, Mothers ' Tea 3; Torch 4; Honor Society 1-3. JOHN MAUPINS Football 1, 2; Boys ' Cross Country 3, 4; Wres- tling 1-4; Boys Track 1-4; Art 4; All Northwest Cross Country 4; Band 1-4; Homecoming Escort 4; Honor Band 4; Spring Musical 3; Stage Band 2, 3. DOUG MCCORMICK Football 2, 4; Soccer 1, 2; Intramural Bas- ketball 2, 3; Band 1-4; Honor Society 1-3; Torch 4; Marine Survey 1. VICKI MCCUTCHIN Girls ' Swimming 1; Volleyball 2, 4; Girls ' Softball 3. 4; Girls ' Intramural Softball 1. 2; Girls ' Basketball Man- ager 1; Boys ' Swimming Manager 4; Football Shadows 3, 4; Ger- man Club 2, 4; Girls ' Club 1-4; Pep Club 3. 4 Vice Pres. 3. Pres. 4; Trackt rotters 3, 4; Mermaids 1-4 Pres. 4; Band 1-4 Sec. Treas. 4; Honor Society 1-3; Torch 4. NANCY MCDOWELL Girls ' Tennis 1. 2; Art 4; Football Shadows 2. 3; Matmaids 1-3; Ski Club 1, 2, 4; Senior Sneakers Officer 4; Girls ' Club 1-4. LINDA MCFADDEN Transfer from Griffith, Indiana 2; Football Shadows 2-4; FHA 2; German Club 2; Ski Club 2; Band 2; Bulldog 4; Senate 2-4; Girls ' Club 2-4. LAURIE MELLOTT Girls ' Tennis 1, 2; Girls ' Gymnastics 1-4; f ' Mm l 4 Basketbelles 3; FN A 2; FHA 1 Sec. 1; German Club 2; Girls ' Club 1-4; Matmaids 2. 3; Pep Club 2; Radio 4; Senior Sneakers Sec. 4; Skagina Salesman 3, Club Editor 4. MARY MICKELSON Girls ' Tennis 4; German Club 1, 2; Girls ' Club 1-4; Pep Club 1-4; Ski Club 1-4; Honor Society 1-3; Skagina Class Editor 1, 2; Torch 4. DAVID MOHR Football 1; Electronic Radio 2-4; FFA 1. 3; ARC -4- Band 1; Honor Society 1-3; Spring Musical 3, 4; Torch 4 " i NITA MONTOYA Girls ' Track 2 4; FBLA 3; FFA 2-4; Girls ' 1-4; March of Dimes 1, 3; Honor Society 1, 2, 4 • O ES Football 1-4; Boys ' Basketball 1. 2; Baseball 1-4; Homecoming Committee 4; Senior Sneakers ' Officer 4. BARBARA MORRELL FBLA 4; FHA 2-4 Pres. 4; German Club 1. 2; Honor Society 1-3; Torch 4; Spring Musical 2; Variety Show 2, 3; Concert Choir 1-4. TERR Y NEWMAN Boys ' Basketball 2; Boys ' Baseball 1 -4; Elec- tronic 3; FFA 1. 2; Radio 4. MARY NORBACK FHA 3; Girls ' Club 1-4. BRUCE ODEGAARD Football 1. 2; Boys ' Cross Country 3; Boys ' Basketball 13; Boys ' Track 1. 2. 4; Boys ' Basketball Scout 4; Honor Society 1-3; Torch 4; Mothers ' Tea 3; Marine Survey 2-4. KRISTIE OVERBY Volleyball 14; Girls ' Basketball 14; Girls ' Softball 3, 4; Girls ' Intramural Softball 1. 2; Basketbelles 3. 4; Girls ' Club 1-4; Pep Club 3, 4; Honor Society 1-3; Senate 4; Skagina Salesman 4; Torch 4; Winterfest Chairman 4. BECKY PATTERSON Volleyball 2; Girls ' Track 1; French Club 1-4; Girls ' Club 1 -4; Girls ' Club Cabinet 2; Cheerleader 3; Class Sec. 1; Class Vice Pres. 4; Homecoming Royalty 4; Honor Society 1-3; Inter-High Rep. 3; Judicial Board 2 4; Mothers ' Tea 3; Quill and Scroll 4; Senate 1. 2; Senior Sneakers Pres. 4; Skagina Editor 3. 4; Torch 4; Variety Show Judge 3. LISA PAYNE Girls ' Tennis 2; French 1. 2; FNA 1-3 Treas. 3; Radio 4. CIND Y PEA RSON FNA 1 -3; FHA 2; German 3; Radio 4; Band 1- 3. JAMES PEDERSEN Boys ' Swimming 4; Soccer 1, 2; Chess 2, 3; Band 14; Variety Show 4. JEFF PETERSON Soccer 3. 4; ARC 3. 4; Commended Scholar 4; Honor Society 3; Senate 3, 4; Torch 4; Rotary Boy of the Month 4 SHERWIN PHILLIPS Football 1; Boys ' Baseball 1. ANDREA PIHL Girls ' Cross Country 4; Girls ' Gymnastics 1-4; Girls ' Track 2-4; German 1-4; Pep Club 3, 4; Bulldog 4; Honor Society 13; Torch 4. LORENPIRKLE Football 1-3; Boys ' Tennis 3; Boys ' Basketball 1- 4; Boys ' Track 1; Golf 1. 2; Fishing 4; Honor Society 13; Torch 4; Judicial Board 4. CHRIS POLLINO Football 1-4; Boys ' Basketball 1. 2; Golf 1-4; ASB Pres. Advisor 4; Homecoming Committee 4; Honor Society 1- 3; Inter-High 4; Senior Sneakers ' Officer 4. LAURA PRITCHARD Girls ' Tennis 2; Girls ' Gymnastics 2. 3; French Club 1-4; FNA 1. 2; Girls ' Club 1-4; Matmaids 3; Pep Club 2 4; Radio 4; Ski Club 1-4 Sec. 3; Cheerleader 4; Honor Society 1- 3; Senate 2; Senior Sneakers Treas. 4; Skagina Salesman 3, Club Editor 4; Torch 4. BILL RANDALL Football 1; Soccer 2; Boys ' Track 1, 3, 4; Chess 2; ARC 4; Bush Trip 4; Honor Society 3, 4; Senate 4; Philosophy Club 4 Pres. 4. GAIL RANLETT Girls ' Tennis 1-3; Girls ' Gymnastics 1, 2; FHA 1 Treas. 1; German Club 2. 3; Matmaids 2. 3; Radio 4; Honor Society 1-3; Mothers ' Tea 3; Senate 4; Torch 4; Girls ' Club 1-4. THOMAS REES Football 3. 4; Soccer 4; Boys Baseball 3. 4. BEVERLEY RUIZ Volleyball 1. 2. 4; Volleyball Manager 2, 4; FNA 1, 2 Sec. 2; Pep Club 2. 4; Drill Team 1, 2; Foreign Exchange Student to Japan 3; Honor Society 1, 2; Torch 4; Spanish Club 4 Sec. 4. SHANNON RUSKIN Transfer from Ellensburg 4; Drill Team 4. DOUG RUDERT Art 4. SUSAN SCHINK Girls ' Cross Country 2 State 2; G ' " - 1. 2; Girls ' Club 1-4; Matmaids 2; Law Explorers 1; Pep l,iuo ; Club 1-4 Sec. 2; Youth Legislature 1; Cheerleader 3; Class Pres. 1; Homecoming 4; Honor Society 1-3; Torch 4. SCOTT SIMON Boys ' Cross Country 3, 4; Boys ' Track 3. 4; German 3. 4; All Northwest Cross Country 4; Band 3, 4; Bulldog 4; Honor Band 3, 4; Honor Society 3. 4; State Solo Contest 3; Torch DAN SKAY Soccer 4; Boys ' Gymnastics I; Boys ' Track 4. Ger- man Club 2: Radio 1: Ski Club 2; Band 2. Boys ' State 3. Inter-High 4: Stage Band 3. GREG SKUDLAREK Wrestling 1; Art 2. FFA 2-4 Pres. 4: Ger man Club 1-3; Bogi Witch and Warlock 3: Homecoming Committee 4: Torch 4. DONNA SMITH Girls ' Swimming 1-4: Girls ' Club 14. Pep Club 4: Ski Club 1-4: Youth Legislature 3. 4 Chairman 4: Bush Trip 2-4: Homecoming committee 4: Honor Society 1-3: Torch 4. JOANNE SMITH Girls ' Swimming 13: French 3. 4: FN A 1: Ski Club 1-4: Bush Trip 2: Honor Society 2° 3: Torch 4. LEILA SODERBOM Girls ' Track 1: Hi-Q Cuties 2: Girls ' Club 1- 4. DIANE SOUCY Girls ' Tennis 1-3 Most Improved 1: Girls ' Bas- ketball 1: Girls ' Track 1: French Club 1-3 Sec. Treas. 3: German Club 4: Girls ' Club 1-4 Treas. 4: Key Club 3: Matmaids 3: Ski Club 14: Tracktrotters 2-3: Youth Legislature 4: Program Chairman 4: Class Sec. 2: Girls ' State 3: Homecoming Committee 4: Honor Society 1-3: Mothers ' Tea 3: Skagina Salesman 3. Business Man- ager 4: Torch 4: Junior Achievement 3: Rotary Girl of the Month 4: Business Week 3: Model United Nation:, 4. Century III Leadership Award 4. SUE SPANE Spades 4; Girls ' Club 1-4 RICHARD C. SPINK Boys ' Cross Country 1: Boys ' Tennis 1: Boys ' Basketball 2: Boys ' Track 3: Fall Play 1: Homecoming Com- mittee Chairman 4. CHRIS STEWART Football 1-4: Boys ' Basketball 1. 2: Boys ' Baseball 2-4: Boys ' Intramural Basketball 1. KA THI STILLWELL FHA 3: Concert Choir 1-3: Girls ' Club 1-4. JON ST. JOHN Football 7, Boys ' Tennis 1: Intramural Boys ' Basketball 2: Wrestling 1: Boys ' Track 1: Wrestling Manager 1: FBLA 1: Radio 1: Campus Choir 1: SWIFT 2. SHIRLEY STONE FNA 1. 2: FHA 2: Pep Club 1-3: Drill Team 2 4: Girls ' Club 1-4. KARI STURDY Girls ' Track 1: Girls ' Softball 4; Girls ' Intramural Softball 2: Intramural Basketball 3: FBLA 3: German 14: Pep Club 4: Thespians 4; Mermaids 3. 4; Youth Legislature 3: Swing Choir 3. 4: Concert Choir 3. 4 Pres. 4 Girls ' Club 14. A L ICE SUMMERS Girls ' Intramural Softball 2: French 1 4, Girls ' Club 14: Girls ' Club Cabinet: Matmaids 3; Ski Club 1-4: Homecom- ■ ing Committee 4: Honor Society 1-3: Torch 4: Mothers ' Tea 3: Skagina 3. 4. ERIC SWANSON Boys ' Tennis 2: Soccer 2. CAROL SWANSON Girls ' Cross Country 3. 4: Girls ' Trac Girls ' Club 1-4. liEVERL Y THOMAS Volleyball 1: Girls ' Intramural Softball ? Girls ' Club 14: Law E. plorers 2: Pep Club 2. 3: Matmaids 3: SkP Club 14: ASB Attorney General 4. Honor Society 13: Inter- High Representative 4, Senate 2: Skagina Club Editor 3. Senior Editor 4: Torch 4: Rotary Girl of the Month 4: Model United Nations Rep. 4. MARIA TORRES Girls ' Tennis 1. 2: Football Shadows 1: Mat- maids 1. 2: Pep Club I, Radio 4. Youth Legislature 4: Cheerleader 3: Class Pres. 2: Honor Society 13: Senate 1: Senior Ball Royalty 4: Torch 4. TERESA TRUCKER Girls ' Track i, Football Shadows 1: Girls ' Club 14: Girls ' Club Cabinet 3: Matmids 2. 3: Pep Club 2. 3: Class Vice Pres. 3: Homecoming Committee 4, Homecoming Royalty 3: Honor Society 13: Inter-High 3: Mothers ' Tea 3: Quill and Scroll 4. Skagina Class Editor 3: Editor 4: Torch 4. DAVID WACHTVEITL German Club 1. CYNDI WALLACE Transfer from Stanwood 3: Volleyball 4: Girls ' Club 3. 4: Senate 4. SHAY WALKER Football 1-3: Wrestling 14: Boys ' Baseball 1: I lomecoming Escort 4: Junior Prom Royalty 3: Mock Wedding 3. KARL WALTON Boys ' Cross Country 1: Boys ' Gymnastics 1. NANCY WEAVER Band 1: Honor Society 1-3: Torch 4. KEITH WENDLAND Football 2 CARLA WEST Girls ' Gymnstics 2 4: Girls ' Track 1. 2: Swimming Manager 2: Football Shadows 2. 3: French Club 3, 4: Mermaids 1: Girls ' Club 1-4: Pep Club 2-4: Radio 4: Ski Club 4: Bush Trip 3: Concert Choir 3, 4. JOHN WETSCH ' Football 1. 3. 4. Boys ' Track 1-4 State 3: Ska- gina Salesman 4. CAROLYN WHITE Volleyball 14: Girls ' Basketball 1-4: Girls ' Track 14: Girls ' Club 1-4: All Northwest Volleyball 3. 4: Class Vice Pres. 2: Homecoming Queen 4, Homecoming Committee 4: Honor Society 1-3: Torch 4. CHRIS WHITE Chess 1: German Club 1-4: Bush Trip 3. 4; Com- ' memnded Scholar 4: Hi-Q Team 2-4: Honor Society 1-3: Torch 4: Senate 4. JEFF WIEGAND Football 1-4: Soccer 3. 4: Boys Baseball 1-4:. Radio 4: Bulldog 3. SHANE WILLIS Cross Country Manager 1: Wrestling 1: Law E. plorers 1. CATHY WISKIRKEN Girls ' Track 2: Basketboosters 4: Football Shadows 4: FFA 24: Pep Club 4: Bush Trip 4: Honor Society 1-3: Torch 4: Concert Choir 2: Marine Survey 3. 4. VONNI WOLDEN Volleyball 1: Girls ' Track 1: French Club 1-4: Girls ' Club 1-4: Girls ' Club Cabinet 2 Vice Pres. 3 Pres. 4: Ski Club 14: Bogi Witch and Warlock 1: Homecoming Chairman 4: Home- coming Royalty 3: Honor Society 1-3: Torch 4: Mothers ' Tea 3 Chairman 3: Quill and Scroll 4. Skagina Class Editor 3: Editor 4: Rotary Girl of the Month 4. LAURA WOOD Girls Swimming 1-4: Girls ' Basketball 1: Girls ' Track 2: Girls ' Softball 3. 4: Girls ' Intramural Softball i. Girls ' CM 14: Ski Club 1-4 Pres. 4: Swing Choir 4: Variety Show 3: Cohcm Choir 1-4. ■ ; " ' JOHN YOUNGSMAN Football: Boys ' Cross Country 3. 4: Boys ' Swimming 1-4: Boys ' Gymnastics 1: Ski Club 3: ARC 3. 4; Thespi ans 2 4 Pres. 4, Band 1-4: Honor Society 1-3: Spring Musical 2: Stage Band 3. 4; Torch 4. It ' s All Fun And Games As Senior. .; :-!.- Celebrate Final Year At MVHS a ' For some the story develops anticipation mounts the best is yet to come. niors Celebrate — Upperclassmen At Last ' ' ' ' ■ I ; ;c ' chss of ' HI i is taken yet dnotlicr ' ' step up the MVHS l.ulder UPPER- =dJ CLASSMEN! Among their various ac- complishments as Juniors were vdrsity tint Ju- nior varsity standing in many sports, as well as. participation in clubs and school activities. Leading them through their Junior year were: President Lynn Almvig. Vice-president Sue Berg. Secretary Debra Gates and Treasurer Diane Larson, who did a lot to make their year an exciting one. Homecoming brought many surprises to the Junior class. They took a big first in the window display and also in yell competition. Represent- ing the class as royalty were Princesses Danelle Nelson and Karen Frederick. In the spring the Juniors were busy planning the Prom and Mother ' s Tea These activities marked the end of a productive year for the class of ' 81. one they will always remember. Taking one more step are Junior officers from top: President Lynne Almvig, Vice President Sue Berg, Secretary Debra Gates, and Treasurer Diane Larson. Laverne Allison Lynne Almvig Kolleen Anderson Susan Anderson Sandy Angotii Janet Arenlzen Steven Baalson Terry Badillo Mary Ballard Teresa Barker Barry Bartram Robert Bearden Tracy Beckes Mike Beirne Sue Berg Richard Bertlesen Erika Blair Mike Botsford Joan Bowron Sheri Brignone Retta Broadway Linda Butner ' - ' ■- ' - ' ■, Byfield . flF v V Russell Caf T Connie Carrier David Cartwright Carolyn Case James Case John Cassidy Phil Chabot Kelly Chapman Kri stine Chichester Joe Cisceneros David Clarke Bill Clay Joe Compos John Conijn Cindy Craig Paul Davis Cheryl Dawson Ann Dembowski Jerry Durham Laureen Desmarais Julie Duncalf Mark Dye Peggy Eisen Venita Elfstrom Mardee Ellis Brenda Elsing,ii r w Chris Fitzgerald Kristine Force Carol Forbes Karen Frederick Amy Fredrickson Steve Froling Mellnda Fry Denna Fry Ken Caddis Stephanie Galbraith Debra Gates David Gelatt Toni Gilbert Michael Golliver Roxanne Golliver Josephine Gonzales Desiree Good Barbara Goodwin Piper Graham Tom Gray Grace Grebenor Stuart Greydanus Colleen Gubrud Karen Haase Wendy Hall Daryl Hamburg Dave Hamburg John Hanstad David Heenan Scott Heiner Howard Hayes Tina Hickman Anita Hiestand John Hicks Cindy Higgins Kathryn Hill Megan Hoag Holly Hogberg ' ice Holden a Holmstrom • ' • • ¥ If .f :jl ' ... » y.( Jeiirey Hudson Nancy Hudson Diane Hughes Sean Hughes Roger Hurd Ruth Hurley The Fairer Sex Leads the Class of ' 81 A X r t f 4:A All the better to see you with or so claims Julie Lloyd. Angela Lee Kristen Lee Jill Lewis Julie Lloyd Lori Lundquist Sonny Hunter Laurie Jewett Karen Johannesen Maria Johnson Michael Johnson Mike Johnson Paul Johnson Chelly Joties Kevin Jones Elizabeth Kamb Richard KamHenga Kevin Keitges Marianne Kesti Joyce Klinefelter Carol Knox Lisa Langness Cheryl Lanier Diane Larson Teri Lupinaci Marita Mackey Tricia Manor Jeflery Macon Jon Mattson Sheila Martin Roberta McBride Patty McCMIan Steve McDonald Kurt Meyer Richie Micheau Cina Molenaar Paul Morgan Kevin Murray Danelle Nelson Denise Nelson Doug Nelson Mark Nelso- ' Lorraine Nelson Paw Nelson Judi Oakland Lynn Ogdon Doug Onkst Cinoi Ozuna Michelle Partridge Vanessa Partridge Tim Pearson Sheila Phillips Matt Pierce Tami Poynt Robby Powell Bonita Purdy Robert Reep William Rees V ickie Rienke Peter Robertson Heather Robinson Mike Roozen Todd Rosenbach Wayne Sanders John Semrau Jon Serna Jon Schmidt Rick Sprouse isk fi- ■, m - Wm ' . ' J ■■ Driving hard, but only coming in third are Junioi bed rollers from left: Amy Fredrickson, Janini 5 A fl:Bl w . " Proudly we hail thee " sings from left: Karen Johannason. Lisa Langness. Teresa Barker, and Linda Wills. ft f ,« «y m " K m Tarry. Jennifer Alvarado, and Mike Summe Diane Larson is the rider. rs. ' ' - r LJd hi. .,mt iki, m Srii « " ] t cl MFmm ( Timothy Shuert ' Lisa Sizelove Cynthia Skudlarek Kristi Small Kim Smith Kathryn Speedy Judy Storbakken Martin Stowell Diane Stratton Dick Stratton Darrin Sutherland Lucy Sybrandy Michael- Summers Janine Tarry a I u .ri m Junior Class during a fail pep assembl}, ' . Juniors A Vital Cog At MVHS Show Their Taking in the sun outside the greenroom. Mike Gilpatrick, Doug West, and an unidentified body. Eddie Watson and Mike Jones Versatility Every Day In Every Way SOPHOMORES 92 For some the story develops Adding new challenges With every chapter. 93 Sophs Move Step Closer To Big Time ith their Freshman year just a memory in the past, the Sophomores moved towards the title " Upperclassmen. " New exper- iences were gained by everyone: drivers ' licenses, letter jackets, participation in both Varsity and Junior Varsity sports and many different clubs. During Homecoming, the class of 1982 showed their determination and pep by placing first in the Big Apple, Tug of War. Bed Race, and the class Skit. They went on to place a respectable second over all. Their abilities were shown academically also, as the class began to fill their requirements, and take more demanding classes. Led by President Linda Schink, Vice President Inger Edwards, Secretary Kristi Hall, and Treasur- er Kay Quail, the year rewarded the Sophomores with great success and memorable experiences. Leading the class up the ladder are From Top, Unda Schink, president; Inger Edwards, vice president; Kay Quail, treasurer and Kristi Hall, secretary. Laurie Adams Kim Allen Kris Allen Troy Allen Don Allison Laurie Alvarado Karen Anderson Mari Anderson Juan Arce Doug Armstrong Tina Barnett Cris Bearden Ken Bechtel Tom Beckes Debbie Beeson Bob Bergeson Linda Bergeson Joy Bledsoe " m - t y j f A Dfj 4 94 t ' f A- Brian Eisen Amy Elliott Kirsten Erickson Michelle Evans i; 1 f I i- Margaret Bogensberger Lori Boudreau Mike Burnett Jim Brown John Brown Sarah BrummitI David Butler James Caddell Jane Cameron Patricia Campbell Colleen Carney Curt Carpenter Anita Cartwright Shelley Cassidy Darylyn Chick Jennifer Collins Peter Connell Kan Cook Tim Corn well Shelly Corrion Dot Cummins Homer Dalgliesh Barb Darst Bob Davis Todd Dean Tammy DeBoer Amos DeGeode Glenn Desote Paul Dixon Tammy Dompe Scott Dougliss Lisa Duffy David Duranceau Kim Dye Inger Edwards Sarah Eerkes Campus lawn is a favorite place to enjoy the afternoon sun demonstrated by Jeanna Walker and Nancy Brodland Class Of ' 82 Takes Second Place In Big Homecoming Week Activities Robert Exelby Carolyn Faber Leah Fallis Kathy Farra Leilani Fawcett Naomi Fifield Eric Fisher Judy Fleming Deana Force Carl Forester Tom Fox Karen Frazier James Garland Ethel Gibson Bobbie Gilberts Melody Gillespie Penny Goetz Ken Goldsberry Tracy Good Karin Grace Brent Guernsey Krista Hall Staci Hanseth Bob Hanson Erin Hargis Kelly Hawkins Brian Hayes TC Hedding David Heller Jon Hensley 96 Pan Hinton KristI Hobbs Julie Holder) Patty Holder Jackie Holt Mark Howell Rebecca Huddle Barbara Hudson Ron Huffstodt Steve Hughes Paul Huizinga David Hulsey Dawn Hunter Cris Hurley Carleen Huscusson Debbie Jacobsen Cindy Johnson Steve Jones Nancy Jonkheer David Juarez Gary Jungquist Jeanine Jungquist Mike Kamb Karrie Karshner Lisa Kasbaum Patty Katwyk Bryan Kearney Maureen Kelley John Kelly Karen Kelsey Bill Kemble Paul Kerley David Kester Lisa Knapp Kerri Koetje Lisa Krieger Sonja Kromann Stanley Lahore Robby Lawson Scott Lemke Sammie Lemmon Julie Lennartz Knstcn icvaque Rob Lockard Leia Lopez Gary Lundquist Mike Lupinaci John Luvera 97 . .- Curt Mallory Kelly Marble Nancy Marcus Lisa Markley Rebecka McBride Jerry McCadam Melody McCulley Lori McDonald David McEwen Lloyd McFarland Dave McKeller Laura McLatchy Jeralyn Merrell Eric Meyer Marilyn Meyer Guy Milas David Miller Devon Milne I J ■ ( f KEiaM -- Jk € V All Girl Staff Guides Sophomore Class Darrell Minaker Brian Minor Meagan Mitcham Jaime Monroe Janice Moore Brannon Mucke Susan Murray Carey Nelson Laurie Nelson Susie Nestle Robert North Susan Norton fuN ■% ;. ;. ■• • % ' f K i Sophomores show good technique in the hand off in the bed race. Talking over their weekend plans are Sophomore girls Trish Treloar, Barb Hudson, Bev Reichlin, Lori Boudreau, Celeste Reese, and Colleen Carney. i -V ' ;V 4;- 4i- ' s s f V ) ji M ' ! •7 , Janice Nystrom Barrel Otis Scott Otis Mickey Osborne Carolyn Olszewski Rhonda Panzero Jeff Parker Amber Partridge Randy Partridge LeeAnne Payne Dana Pearson Kari Pearson Alan Pedersen Jill Poppe Bradley Pritchard Mark Purtzer Paul Quinn Celeste Rees Beverly Reichlin Kathleen Reynolds Leanne Reynolds Angle Roberson Eric Rolfson Francis Roozekrans Teresa Ruiz Tony Ruiz Tammy Saben Linda Schink Doyle Schmidt Rnee Schreiber Julie Scott Dave Seaman Connie Simpson Kevin Smith Kevin Snowden Brett Snyder 99 David Solver Robert Springer Rick Sleffen Teresa Stephen Eileen Stewart Cwen Stewart Ross Storbakken Kay Sturdy Dorothy Sullivan Edward Summers Jana Sutton Roxann Swain Sallie Sward David Taplin Renee Taylor Kris Thomsen Chris Tjersland Angela Trainor Patricia Treloar Shelley VanPelt Mike VanSluytman Dana VanStaalduine Kim Virden Phillip Wai Betsy Walker Jeanna Walker Dan Watkinson Eddie Watson David Welts Marci West Melissa White Beth Whitinger Jeff Wilcox Marjorie Wild Tracy Williams Roger Willis Todd Wilson Cobi Winge Ken Wright Kathleen Wylde 1 - . J« » ' K 100 Melissa White, and Meagan Mitcham Linda Schink, Kay Quail. Leah Fallis and Nancy Jonkheer Everywhere You Look— It ' s Sophomores Paul Dixon. Tom Beckes. Mick Osborne. Todd Dean and Rob North fc m jHj P Wi 4 Kris Allen 5-Sophomore Class 6 Lee Ann Payne 101 TMi TWcwrew v.:?3?Biffw:-i?rtE- M Poxf.v: ' FRESHMEN GO BULL 102 f f ? Iff OGS For some the story is just beginning blank pages waiting to be filled. 103 It ' s Unanimous — Girls Lead Freshmen he class of 1983 made its debut this year at MVHS. With the mass confu- sion of the first week over, the Frosh got it together and took on their new opportu- nities and challenged what the year had to of- fer. They were involved in many clubs, activi- ties and Junior Varsity sports. With the superior abilities of President Ruth Blue, Vice President Yvonne Force. Secretary Heather Wood, Treasurer Susan Bannister the class of 1983 showed outstanding leadership. Homecoming was a new experience for the Freshmen. However, they did quite well, plac- ing second in several events, such as class yell competition, the greased pig contest, and they tied for second in the window displays. The Freshmen class experienced a whole new beginning, but will take hold of their talents and make something of their years at MVHS. Getting into the swing of things are from left Treasurer Susan Bannister, Secretary Heather Wood. President Ruth Blue, and Vice President Yvonne Force. Kerri Afdem Patrick Aiken Kim Alderman Odaiis Alonso Kimberly Anderson Susan Bannister Kern Bant a Heather Same Lynne Barber Roger Bennett Brian Berentson Jeff Berg Richard Block Ruth Blue Melissa Braham Ruth Brunner Kathy Brunson Karen Brill Brad Brown Randy Bunk Robin Burger Debbie Caddel Denise Callahan George Carton 104 4 ' Chris Carroll Chris Cartwright Christine Chamness Clillord Cheney Dave Clark Susan Conijn Jim Copper Angela Corpus David Collar! Mike Davis Karen Dawley Jodi Dean Cathy DeGoede Alan Denke June Dickerson Jane Dubenic Gary Duranceau Williard Ebert Melinda Eckert Mike Empey Kim Esparza Debbie Espinoza Joan Exelby Jana Fisher Dana Fleshman Yvonne Force Rod Foss Brian Friend John Frederick Joe Furin John Gilbert Becky Gilbertson Chris Golliver Vicki Goodhew Todd Gran Rhonda Gray Bri3n Grevcieinw H Frosh showed surprising strength in the annual Homecoming lug ol war Shelly Gunerius |Jj A M Sandra Gustalson E i L I HjHh| a T Shawn Gutierrez t f| M ' t ' ' -W .W: ' . ' , -, ■ K ? i.--:: ' Jfc S St . CL F % jpT r _1 Matt Halliday Teh Haney Darren Hanson Robin Hardy Charlyne Harrison Gail Harvanek Kenneth Hawkins Raymond Hayford John Hayton David Herring Tami Hickman Jeff Hoback Angela Hughes Erin Hughes Tim Huizenga Ruth Hurd Molly Iversen Jay Jacks Diane Johnson Lori Johnson Pam Johnson Sherry Jones Sherry Jones Junior Juarez Rob Kager Martin Klug James Kraft Vera Krieger Patty Knox Jeff Lane Scott Lane Jim Lear Phil Lee Wendy Lee Albert Lang Cathy Lawson Real support shown to ffams by Froih Ji AM ii i» fm H Bi Chris Leitner Kirk Levaque Manly Lohman Deborah Long Joey Machin Sandy Manor 106 % 1 u . Freshmen Get Involved in 1979 Annual Homecoming Fun and Games It was a rough nde says Susan Bannister alter the bed race ' ' ' 3 ■i ife ki Curl Marble Denise Martin Chris Mason ton Mason Jeffrey Matthews Ronette Mauden Mathew McCain Scott McCutbcin Michelle McSlotts Clella Mettle Kathy Meyer Julie Miller John Minor Brian Mohr David Moore Ronda Moore David Moores Beverly Morrell Misti Morris Damn Morrison Erik Mortvedt Tammy Meyers Corey Nelson Danny Nelson Lor an Nelson Greg Ness Sheila Otis Keith Otto Kim Ozuna Kern Painter Ronnie Panzer Mike Parker Michelle Pearson 107 Dan Pedersen Glen Peterson Jill Petersen Nick Petersen Eric Phillips Kelly Pinson Mike Pippin Lance Pirkle Kans Poyner Ron Powers Rhonda Prater Eric Pratt David Pritchard Ralph Prothero Derek Pulver Victoria Randall Mike Reeves Elizabeth Revnolds Jeff Richards Susan Ricketts Jeff Riggs Dawn Robinson Wendy Rockwell Mike Rouw Christina Ruacho Ralph Ruiz Joe Schmidt Kelly Schreifels Tim Scoles Monica Shephard 4 i. , kif N M John Swiderski Kelly Swell Chris Syhrandy Scott Ttsylor Karen Thoma i Staci Thompson Andrew Tillman Jodi Tilson Mark Tisdale Sean Van de Grill Roxanne Vandervis Robert VanPell Carolyn Vaux Steven Wells Charlotte West Susan Wilcox Nancy Wiskirken Heather Wood Michelle Woodward David Wright Tammy Wright Denise Wylie Linda Zimmerman Mike Troulner Even with troubles, the bed race was fun for Jini Kraft Young warrior consults old chief in Frosh homecoming skit 109 ACTIVITIES Ill Lm e B r jK|g 2i iH H 1 A K vii l Bv bKh MM H L " B H W M, ?l S ' Sl! D£FE4 7 «r -XD VICTORY di Janice jUgden he demanding job of our cheerleaders was made a little easier this year with the addition of three more to the squad, making a total of twelve. During the year they kept the teams supplied with flowers on special occasions and promoted school spirit by cheering at all games, meets and matches. Even though they earned the recognition as a fantastic squad, they all must agree that the life of a cheerleader isn ' t an easy one! Expanded Cheerleader % ' « ijipp«t.»«- r, ' . Larson L. ■ Anne Paune anrtie Yeaaer Squad Leads School Spirit 3ULL II G! ii»i j fi ill ■ ' ' I ' .VBL-. ia l Laura Pntchard Judv Storbakken Colleen Cuhrud Deannie Yeager Pam Larson Mardy Ellis Cheerleader Individualism Key To Success Vanessa Partridge Kelli Frazier Tracv Williams V Lee Anne Payne Janice Holden 116 It ' s Backing You Want- Ask Them Pep Club members are Front row, L to R . Danelle Mehon. Vicki McCutchm. April Knapp Walker. Melody Lind, Krista Hall Row two Julie Holden. Jill Poppe, Kathy Wylde. Trisb Katwyk, Eleanor Alvarado, Colleen Kelley, Chris Lei ' aque. Leah Fallis, Lisa Sizelove. Lynn Haglund Row three Melissa White, Renee Schretber. Kim Allen, Laurie Alvarado, Lonnie Fawcet, Megan Mitchem, Kathi Hayes. Tracy Manduchi Row four Bonnie Iverson. Inger Edwards. Colleen Carney, Lori Boudreau. Dorothy Sullivan, Bev Ruiz. Kristal Hemness. Andrea Pihl Back row. Amy Elliott, Lynn Almvig. Venita Ellstrom. Lynn Ogden. Mary Ann Kesti. Erika Blaire. Julie Lloyd. Tom Gilbert Pep Club officers are. L to R . Dannelle Nelson. Vicki McCutchm. Krista Hall. April Knapp Walker and Melodv Lind. Pep Club mascots show their stuff at a game 117 Team Benefits From Experience mmm-_ his years Hi-Q team, benefiting from -I— the experience of third year veter- II ans Chris White and Joe Bowen. had a good season. With Ms. Geraldine Hofer and Mr. Dave Cornelius advising, what else could be expected? Other team members were Kristin Miller. Mike Beirne, Dave Hamburg, and Kevin Clizbe. The events were sponsered by Scott Paper Company The MVHS Debate team had again a busy season. They participated at various high schools as well as some colleges and univer- sities such as Seattle Pacific University. Uni- versity of Puget Sound just to name a cou- ple. They participated in WIAA Sanctioned Dis- trict and State Tournaments for Debate and Individual events. They also participated in the National Forensic League District Tour- nament. Participants are: Greg Miller. Bill Whitlock. Mike Beirne. Jeff West. Vince Sel- len. Cindy Coker. Laura McLatcky, Janna Sutton. Rob Tucker, and Pam Hinton. HiQ team members are: L. to R . Joe Bowen, Chris White. Kristin Miller. Advisor Dave Cornelius. Mike Beirne and Advisor, Ms Geraldine Hofer Not Pictured Kevin Clizbe, and Dave Hamburg. Hi Q team members listen intently to their question. The quizmaster watches the time ticking away on the clock 118 Busy Season For Debators Debate team members are. L to R . Vince Sellen. Rob Tucker. Mike Beirne. Cindy Coker, Jell West. Laura McLatchy. Greg Miller. Janna Sutton and Mr McDougall. advisor Mr McDougall points out a few of the upcoming tournaments 4 Veteran Cindy Coker gets into her " Lit Interp. 2 Rob Tucker and Jeff West battle to the finish. 119 Skagina Promise — Better Than Ever ith sixteen pages of color and a new de- sign technique, the Skagina editors tried succesfully to put all of the happenings of the 1979-1980 school year into words Throughout the year hundreds of hours of time and much thought were put into the organization of the yearbook. Helping to fit the pieces of the story together were senior class editor Bev Thom- as, Junior editors Wendy Hall and Janine Tarry, Sophomore editor Linda Schink and all around helper Kay Quail who was kept busy in the odd jobs department. Tackling the challenging job of sports editors were Tim Hanstad and Robin Gil- bertson. Illustrating our story were photographers Colleen Kelley, Luc Dorais, Lisa Sizelove, Dick Stratton, Joe Siegel and Brad Pritchard. Taking care of business matters were Business Managers Alice Summers and Diane Soucy along with their competant sales staff. Fitting the pieces together are Sl agina editors. Becky Patterson. Teresa Trucker and Vonni Wolden Sports editors, Robin Gilbertson and Tim Hanstad covered all sports ' - •; .—..jd lT ' T ' -?- • ' • ' ' Both sides of the story were told by club editors Laurie Mellot and Laura Pritchard 120 ' % ' Escaping from demanding editors are photographers. Dick Stratton, Joe Seigal and Brad Pritchard Not pictured is Lisa Sizetove. Senioi , . ..:ipher Colleen Kelley Not pictured is Luc Dorais who was camera shy -JL, ? -i 3 Building a strong story for their class are class editors. Bottom L to R Wendy Hall. Janine Tarry. Bev Thomas. Top: Linda Schink and Kay Quail 4. Business managers Alice Summers and Diane Sou cy take the profits and make a last get away. 5 Giving their sales pitch are Skagina ad salesmen. Bottom. L. to R Diane Hughes. Colleen Gubrud. Christie Overby. Cheryl Howell. Joni Erspamer. Top. Ed ward Summers, John Wetsch and Chris Pollino. Matmaids Back row L to R Maureen Florea, Terry Luppinacia, Margaret Bogensberger, Karen Haase. Front row L to R: Lisa Sizehve. Michelle Partridge. Teresa Barker. Grace Grebnor. Roxanne Gulliver. Girls Fill Vital Spots In Winter Sports Mermaids L. to R Vicki McCutchm. Kay Sturdy. Ruth Hurley, Jackie Holt. Kim Dye. Venita Elfstrom. not pictured Heather Robinson. 122 1) Basketbudd.es. Back Row LtoR Inger Edwards. M Poppe. Nancy Jonkeer. Knsta Hall. Grace Crebnor. Roxar,ne Golhver. Kathy Wylde. Kr,st,e Fror,t Row L to R Laurie Boudreau. Colleen Carney. Barb Hudson. Dorothy Sullivan. Lynn Og don. Wendy Hall 2 Matmaid oiiicers are L. to R Karen Haase and Grace Grebenor 3 Mermaids officers are L to R Vicki McCutcbin. Heather Robinson, Kim Dye. Kay Sturdy 4. Basketbuddies officers are L- to R Nancy Jonkeer. Knsta Hall. Christie Overby. Grace Grebenor iming heats, keeping records, and supporting the boys swim team kept the Mermaids swamped with things to do. Their fearless president was Teh Davis who did an excel- lent job of organizing the group. Washing down the mats, keeping score, and many other chores kept the Matmaids always on the go. This year ' s president was Karen Haase. Urging the boys ' basketball team on to victory were the Basketbuddies. They provided the team with as- sorted baked goods, and ended the year with their annual kidnap breakfast. It was another successful year for the Basketbells. Clubs Work To Make MVHS What It Is PM:| he Bulldog staff, with Mrs. Shirley Parker —I— as advisor, had another productive year. II With her guidance students learned how the news media operates and developed their skills as reporters. They succeeded in putting out a newsworthy paper every Friday of the year. MVl-fS " Thursday Night Live " broadcast from KBRC has become a popular show with every- body. Every week one of the two classes prepared a show to go on the air. Each included a disc- jockey with four assistants who read news, sport stories and commercials. The club is advised by the " Fearless Leader " Mark Pearson. Bulldog members are from L to H tront row. Linda McFadden. Colleen Feebeck. Row two. Linda Wills, Colleen Cubrud. Brenda Elsinga. Dana Van Staalden. Julie Jones. Rick Heckenliable. Back row: Andrea Pihl, Tracy Manduchi, Julie Holden, Teri Davis, Brian Bannister. Mark Walser. Providing the Bulldog with the always necessary pictures are from L to R Ten Davis, Jon Hensley. and Mark Walser. Editors and managers brainstorm lor some new ideas for Fridays publication From L to R Andrea Pihl. Tracv Manduchi. Colleen Feebeck. Linda Wills. Colleen Gubrud. and Brian Bannister. 124 Radio Broadcasting members Front row: L. to R David Dummins. Terry Newman, Cole Rogers Row two 1. Nancy Barnes, Hrystal Hemmes, Mary Nichols, Ann Dembowski, Cheryl Dawson, Bobbie Mvers, David Heenan Row three: Nancy Egbers, Laura Pritchard, Robert Bearden, Martin Stowell, Kim Martin, Dave Barber Row four: Julie Lloyd, Caria West, Russell Jones, Howard Hayes, Willie Reese, Denise Harold, Mr- Mark Pearson- Back row: Rees Wilks, John Tborton, Joe Siegel, Mark Epting 2 Always making sure the show runs smoothly are L to R Nancy Egbers, Laura Pritchard, Mark Epting Radio BrOdUL,i:,ij:j pun-.u ;.it ' ;.i( liiOii 1 1 on t row L to R. Lisa Langness, Lisa Sizeh,,-, ..ir. Wills. Row two: Dave Gelatt. Cindy Pearson, Lisa Payne, Gail Ranlett, Brett Heiit, Steve Kerley. Row three: Gary Stembagen, Keith Knoernschild, Ron Hoffstodt, Ed Hull, Paul Logon. Row lour: Bob Neuendorf, Ron Blair. Kevin Keitges, Mark Geebenor, Dan Skay, Danny Boudreau, Scott Creydanus. John Maltson. Back row: Kevin Jones, Greg Neces. 3. D.J. Dan Skay broadcasts another " Thursday Nile Live " show. 125 Everything Goes Great For FFA 1 FFA members Front row L to R Maureen Flares, Todd Wilson, Marv Nichols, Greg Miller, Greg Skudlarek. Julie Jones, Mark VanPelt Row two Paul Huizinga, Shellv VanPelt, Margaret Bogensberger, David Lohman, Jim Brown, Ashley Sybrandy. Juanita Montoya Row three Jelf Richards, Jeff Bertleson, Mark Kragness, Richard Kammenga, Evangeline, Halliday, Mindy Eckert, Manly Lohman Back Row: Mark Westland, Bob VanPelt. Cheryl Howell, Bill Whitlock, Darren Hanson. Deana Fry, Cathy Hayes- 2 FFA Officers are Back row L to R Greg Skudlarek, President: Mark Van Pelt, Vice President: Greg Miller, reporter, Todd Wilson, Sentinel. Front Row: Maureen Florea, Historian; Mary Nichols, Treasurer; Julie Jones. Secretary. ith Greg Skudlarek as president and Mr. Howard Howell as advisor, nothing could go wrong with the 1979-1980 Future Farmers of America Club. At a State Convention held in Pullman, Washing- ton the FFA Club took first place in Agriculture Mechanics and third place in livestock judging. In the academic aspect Greg Miller took second place in extempt speaking. Another second place went to Todd Wilson in Creed. Svgrid Dijkers was accepted into the National FFA band for her sec- ond year. Sygrid attended playing her French horn. The Future Farmers added a new addition to their industrious club, their new baby farm. This farm is used to take care and raise infant animals. 126 siun conir unsTou JUDEIW FFA- 1 - PlIUT SOUHD blAlt J, LlitsTOW LITESIOn SNOii COIIESl tToc ' nun ' ' T: SELECTION 3f.V:.« STATE IGMttt CflllEST afSill S«ErST»|£S i »IIE 3«o ClISS Displaying State Mechanic awards are L to R David Lohman, Mark Van Pelt, and Greg Skudlarek. 2 Displaying Dairy Judging awards are L- to R Todd Wilson. Julie Jones. Mary Nichols, and Greg Skudlarek 3 Displaying Livestock awards are L to R John Bogensburger. Julie Jones. Todd Wilson. Mary Nichols, and Greg Skudlarek 4. Displaying Tractor Driving awards are L to R Richard Kammenga. Mark Van Pelt, and John Bogensburger 5 Obviously having a heated debate are FFA members from L to R Julie Jones. Todd Wilson. Mary Nichols, Jim Brown. Sigrid Dykers. and Greg Skudlarek. 127 Future Farmers Most Active In School P IIUUII9 I £t ' t ' n ( hiT horse doesn ' t set-m too enthused. Mary Nichols looks quite pleased 2. Doing their duty are FFA chickens .V Brad Pritchard cruises around town in an out-of- the ordinary vehicle 4 FFA members show off their banners in the parade. 5. Ready to round up the cows is Julie Jones. 12H A f y M HMh . 11 bHH J " IV ihis one produce moo juice? " asks Julie Jones- 4. Doug McCormick is always 100% behind bis cows. 1. Whether the cow agrees or not. doesn ' t seem to he the most important issue, says Francis Roozenkrans and Shelly Van Pell. 2 and this little piggy went whee whee whee, all the way home. 5. Mark Van Pelt gallops in alter a hard d. ys work on the ranch 129 Swift Expands Service This Year SWIFT members are. Front row. L. to R Jeanine Tremblay. Terry Badillo. Rick Choate. Vickie Rienke. Robby Powell. Caria Fladabo, Mrs. Gonzales Back row, Paul Johnson. Becky Revell. Jon St John. David Cartwright. Not pictured: Ten Barrington and Debbie Child. 3 Busy baker Robby Powell grates cheese 4 Making final prep- arations for a tasty delight is Vicki Remke Swift members mi. and measure to make pizza dough. WIFT had yet another successful year. The students : Working In Food Training put on a parent dinner, supplied ' ll all of the refreshments for the Senior Ball and prepared delicious luncheons for various groups in the community. In addi- tion to all of these activities they managed to sell salads, tacos. pizza and carmel apples to the student body throughout the year in their Friday sales. FHA members had a busy year. They sold hats, wrapped gifts and had a craft and bake sale. Another activity was putting on an exchange students dinner. Showing devotion to their name, a new club arose. The Senior Sneakers were created to raise money to support their class in various activities through the year, including the Senior cruise. Exchange Students Honored By FHA FHA members are: L to R Sue Hoag. Barb Morrell. Tracy Gran. Can McCadam, Vicki Reinke. and Mrs Ruhl. FHA members keep busy sewing while Mrs Ruhl looks on. New Club, Senior Sneakers Launched :i Always up to something are the Senior Sneakers officers from Bottom to Top Nancy McDowell. Co President. Becky Patterson. Co-President: Nancy Egbers. Vice f resident: Rich West. Sargent of Arms. Jim Moores. Public Relations: Laurie Mellott. Secretary: Laura Pritchard. Treasurer. Not pictured, Chris Pollino. Sanitation Engineer 4 The Senior Sneak- ers ' " 131 Students Prepare For Future Work FHA members are L to R Front row Brenda Elsmga. Jennifer Collins. Linda Schink, Jackie Holt- Row two: LeeAnne Reynolds. Melissa Brahm. Rhonda Gray. Martia Mackey. Dana Van Staadvline. Row three: Connie Simpson. Maureen Kelley. Gina Molenaar. Jem Merrell. Mararet Bogensburger. Janice Moore, Jamie Monroe, Gail Harvanek. tarting off a productive year, ttie E FBLA members ran the school " II store. It provided students with many different books, and a wide variety of candy. They attended a candle-lit ceremony for the Joint installation of officers and mem- bers in Sedro-Woolley. They were also involved in a state con- vention in Spokane at the Davenport Ho- tel. This years officers were President Brian Evans, Vice President David Welts, Sec- retary Sally Sword. Treasurer Lynn Hag- lund. Parliamentarians Tracy Good and Kristal Hemmes. With another year underway the Future Nurses of America were kept busy aiding nurses at Skagit Valley Hospital. Their voluntary work was much appreciated and helped considerably. FNA officers are L to R Jennifer Collins. Laurie Desmans. Connie Simpson, and President Marita Mackey. FNA members look on as a physical therapist works with a patient 132 FBLA members are: Front row L. to R . Barb Morrell. Laura Dalgliesch. Ellis Viscalla, Krista Hall, Ta mi Eschbah, Lori Lundquist- Middle, David Welts Back row, David Hullsey and Brian Evans 2 Just hanging around are David Welts and Brian Evans, Vice-president and president of FBLA It ' s always " service with a smile " from FBLA members working in the school store Ski Club Hits Slopes-Baker To Crystal LMirf ' f_Mm ■ Girls ' Club Officers are L to R Vice President Wendy Hall. Treasurer Diane Soucy. President Vonni Wolden, Secretary Diane Hughes. Cabinet Members are L to R: Lori Johnson, Denise Wylie, Sarah Brummet, Meagan Mitcham. Colleen Gubrud. Alice Summers. Kristi Overby Front row; L to R . Tim Weidemann, Paul Davis. Mike Summers. James Case. Bill Clay. Nancy Jonkeer. Dan Skay. Tom Beckes. Colleen Carney. Dorothy Sullivan Second row. Cathv Carnev. Jodeen Fisher. Lisa Sizelove. Pam Larson. Karen Frederick, Krisia Hall. Crystal Hobbs. Vonni Wolden, Sue Schink, Becky Patterson Third row; John Youngsman. Laura Wood. Kim Smith. Lani Fawcett. Inger Edwards. Karen Frazier. Diane Saucy. Megan Mitcham. Alice Summers. Fourth row. T C Hedding. Steve Froling, Lance Vanderhyde, Amber Partridge, Andrea Howe, Mary Mickelson. Joanne Smith Back row; Dave Hamburg, Jill Poppe, John Gilbert, David Welts. Joe Soucy, Caria West. Steve Wells. John Frederick Ski Club Officers are; L to R President Laura Woods, Vice-president Jodeen Fischer, and Secretary-treasurer Cathy Carney. I 134 Football Shadow Members are Front row L to R Julie Holden. Lynr e Haglund. Vicky McCutchin. Collen Kelly. Maurine Kelly. Amy Elliot, and Bonny Iverson Row two Heather Bame. Linda Schink. Kay Quail. Nancy Jonkneer. Tony Gilbert. Lynne Ogden. and Nancy Wiskiren his year was an active one for the Girls ' Club. By making a record profit on the Bo-Gi-Ha-Pa. the year started out right and ended on a high note with the annual Mothers ' Tea in the spring. This years officers were: President Vonni Wolden, Vice-presi- dent Wendy Hall. Treasurer Diane Soucy and Secretary Diane Hughse. Ski Club had a great year with the season starting early, they got in a lot of good skiing. Under the direction of President Laura Wood, the annual ski trip was a success. This years ' football players have never been so pampered. The Football Shadows activities included the Senior kidnap breakfast, decorating for the football banquet and baking enough goodies to keep the players satisfied. President Lynn Haglund was awarded " Bulldog of the Week " for her excellent organization of the Shadows. Pep Club members Julie Holden and Sharon Moore show their pep in the form of Bulldog Mascots. Girls Are Active In Many Varied Clubs Lynne Haglund. president: Colleen Kelly, vice presi- dent; Linda Schink secretary: and Kay Quail, treasurer are Pep Club officers MP. I he ARC. in it ' s second year, has -_m-- once again proven its ability to lead ll clubs in ridiculousness. The found- ing fathers began this institution with the purpose to shed light on sibling clubs. They hold these truths to be self evident: that our manads have been predetermined to be as- sociated with the ARCIub. The six presidents of ARC were: John Youngsman. Jeff Peterson, f-lans Kruithof. John Maupins, Phil Holboy and Bill Randall. Director of Lesser Poo-Pah Manipulations was David Mohr. These seven members at- tended the ARC tug-o-war training camp and also organized the Quasic Monthly SnowflakeRoast. They participated in the All-American Amalgamated PhilharmOnic Marching Kazoo Band and the tri-annual ARChristmas Bash with Dr. Citrus and the Grapefruits. 3? ARC cornered while trying to sneak out of Bob LeBeau ' s detention class are L to R : John Maupins. John Youngsman. Hans Kruitof. Bill Randall. Jeff Peterson, and David Mohr. From Sublime To Ridiculous-It ' s ARC 2 Always hanging around the campus are L to R John Maupins, John Youngsman. Jeff Peterson, f-fans Kruithof, David Mohr. and Bill Randall 3. ARC caught at last from L to R David Mohr. John Maupins. Hans Kruithof. Jeff Peterson, Bill Randall, and John Youngsman 7 1 8H Thespians are; Front row. L to R.. Erin Hughes. Joni Exelby. Pat Kerley. Ronnette Maudin. Kelly Suvtt Back row. J J Holt. John Youngsman. Dana VanStalduine. Wendy Rockwell. Becky Huddle and Trish Treloar Kobi Grace Just One Show Stopper he MVHS Thespian Club started out the year with their traditional secret initiation rights. Other activities included their long awaited Variety Show. First place was awarded to Kobi Grace who performed a ballad which she composed. In second place was Elaine Dixon doing an original modern jazz dance and placing third was Chuong Luong who played a classical piece on guitar. Thespian Officers are: Top to Bottom, President John Youngsman. Vice-president J J Holt, and Secretary-treasurer Dana VanStalduine 3 Lynn Haglund plays a song of her own composition in the thespian variety show. 137 m ep 1 Spanish Club officers are L to R Jill Poppe. Danelte Nelson. John ) ' oungsman and Bei ' Ruiz Spanisfi Club members Back row L to R Colleen Kelley. Jill Poppe. Danelle Nelson. Micfielle Partridge Front row L to R Mark Taylor. Tracy Manducbi. Beverly Ruiz. Joyce Klinefelter. Balisa Lemmon Not pictured Mark Holaday Active Are Foreign Language Clubs 3 French Club members Front row L to R Joanne Smith. Caria West. Lori Lundquist. Janice Holden. Trish Treloar. Megan Mitcham Row two Venita EHstrom. Lisa Cis neros. Kim Allen, Janine Tarry. Becky hluddle. Loni Fawcett. Peggy Eisen. Anita Cartwright. Kirslen Erickson. Judy Oakland Back row David Welts. Janet Arentzen. Lucy Sybrandy. Tricia Manor. Stephen Janus. 4 French Club officers Front row L to R Ruth f urley. Lori Lundquist. Back row Trish Treloar. Janice fiolden 138 German Club members are Andrea Phil. Jefl Reynolds. Linda Schmk. Renee Schreiber. John Semrau. Scott Simon. Diane Soucy. Joe Soucy. Kan Sturdy. Kay Sturdy. Ed Summers. Ashley Sybrandy. Dana Van Staalduine. Jeffery West. Mar one Wild. Chris White. Melissa White. Beth Whitinger. Deannie Yeager. Lynn Almvig. Susan Anderson. Man Anderson. Heather Dame. Ken Bechtel. Joan Bowran. Clay Beach. Mike Brady. Sarah Brummitt. Jennifer Collins. Kevin Crawford. Amos DeCoede. Laureen Desmarais. Brenda Elsinga. Joni Erspamer. Tamera Eschbach. Joan Exelby. Leah Fallis. Jeanette Eolkertsma. Carol Forbes. Amy Frederickson. Penny Goetz. Karen Haase, Knsta Hall. Wendy Hall. Evangaline Halliday. Mathew Halhday. David Hamburg. John Hanstad. T C Hedding. Jon Hensley. Kristal Hobbs. Nancy Hudson. Diane Hughes. Chris Hurley. Mike Jewett. Nancy Jonkheer. Mike Kamb. Karrie Karshner. Martin Klug. James Kralt. Sammie Lemmon. Deborah Long. Gary Lundquiet, Mike Lupinaci. Ten Lupinacci. Marita Mackey. Laura McLatchy. Vicki McCutchin. Jeralvn Mernl. Greg Miller. Marilyn Meyer. Kristin Miller. Brian Mohr. Erik Mortvedt. Robert Nelson. Lynn Ogdan. Eric Phillips m German Club Officers were. Wendy Hall. Amy Frednckson. Kevin Crawford. Joan Bowron. and Kan Sturdy rand new this year was the Spanish Club. With Vince Freyer as their advisor and John Youngman as president, the club got off to a good start. French Club had an eventful year. They worked on their French cooking by making and selling crepes at the annual parents ' night. An interesting lecture and slide show was given by Dr. John Mattox on his trip to the Swiss Alps. Trish Treloar gave the French Club the use of her kitchen and home for the annual French Club dinner where they made and ate their own food. French Club officers for the ' 79-80 ' year were: Presi- dent Janice Holden, Vice-president and program di- rector. Trish Treloar. and secretary-treasurer Lori Lundquist. The State German Convention was sponsered by the Mount Vernon Organization this year was held here. Under the direction of State German Club President. Wendy Hall, it was a great success. This years ' German Club was involved in many other activities including spending the day in Vancouver B. C where they ate at an authentic German restaraunt They also had a chocolate advent calendar sale, in which they made a good profit. This years officers were President Kevin Crawford: Vice President Carrie Sturdy: Secretary-Treasurer Joan Bowen: and Program-Chairman Amy Frederick- son. Left Preparing for one of Madame Redd ' s tests are French class members Talented Vocal Groups Create Magic ost people enjoy music and life would not seem quite right without it. Mr. John Babritas has a way of bringing out the hidden singing talent of many gifted students at MVHS. Put them all together and you get the Swing. Campus, and Con- cert Choirs. It takes many hours of practice, determination, and togetherness to be good. The choirs obviously had these qualities as they progressed throughout the year, and as a result, many people enjoyed the enter- taining musical abilities shown by the students. Reserved for the cream of the crop, so to speak, was the Swing Choir. This select group of students per- formed numerous concerts, one of their first being for the Homecoming Coronation. They ended the year performing for the Moving Up assembly. Swing Choir Jana Sullon, Pam Nelson. Kan McCadam. Rick Wills. Lynn Haglund. Beth Cass. LeAnn Reynolds, Judy Storbakken. Cindy Ozuna. Kan Sturdy. Rhonda Panzero. Teresa Barker. Laura Wood, Angel Lee Campus Choir members areBack row from L. to R , Erin Hughes, Susan Bannister, Kare Dawley,Row 2 Mike Porter, Ronette Maudin, Michelle Pearson, Tim Scholes. David Troutner. Sandy Manor. Front row Joan Exelby. Laurie Fry. Denise Wylie. Stacey Thompson. Susan Ricketts. Sheila Otis. Robin Berger, Cathy Lawson 140 Choir members are: Cindy Lindgren. Devon Milne, Becky McBride. Allison Thompson. LeAnne Reynolds. Cindi Ozuna. Marianne Kesti. Mary Anderson. Jennifer Collins. Row two: Linda Butner. Beth Cass. Angel Lee. Melody Lind. Caria West. Jana Sutton. Lynn Haglund. Toni Gilbert. Venita Elfstrom. Kan Sturdy. Row three: Kan McCadam, Tammy Alexander. Caroline Olzewski. Ruth Hurley. Brooke Rogers. Robert Springer. Dave McKellar. Pat Kerley. Rick Wills, Judy Storbakken. Connie Carrier. Piper Grahm. Back Row Janine Tarry. Vicki Reinke. Tracy Gran. Rhonda Panzero. Pam Nelson. Jerry Micheau. Jeff Williams. Jim Cameron. Stephen Janus. Kelly Cain. Mary Ballard. Kobe Grace, Laura Wood and Teresa Barker, at Piano, Barb Morrell. Not pictured are: Chris Fitzgerald. John King and Greg Necas. Choir Rounds-Out Music Program At MVHS Drill Team Members are: Front row. L to R , Venita Elfstrom. Teri Davis. Susan Exelby. Carrie McCadam. Back row, Pam Nelson, Anita Hiestand, Lynn Haglund, Vicki Reinke, Jana Sutton and Cindi Lindgren. 141 Band members are Front row L to R Signd Dykers. Scott Simon. Steve Froling. Cliff Cheney. Mike Shira. Mary Ballard. Sara Holmstrom. Lisa Jenne, Ken Bechtel. John Youngsman. Lorraine Nelson. Judy Fleming. Maria Johnson. Jodie Dean Row two Pam Hinton. Roger Bennett. Jeff Richards. Jeff Hoback. Gary Duranceau. Mark Tisdale. David Rutan. Andy Tillman. Steve Wells. David Taplin. Cidny Lear. Joan Bowron, Mike Pippin. David Duranceau. Colleen Shehan. John Maupins. Karen Dawlev. Alan Deinke Row three Karen Def-fon. Vicki McCutchin. Doug McCormick. Amber Partridge. Lisa Markley. Richie Micheau. Kurt Carpenter. Paul Davis. Brian Mohr. Scott Lear, Stan LeBoer. Jolene Lindgren. Pete Robertson. Colleen Kelley. David Wright, Kris Allen. Beverly Morrell. Stephen Baalson Row four Stacy Bingham. Gary Lundquist. Chris Tjersland. Heather Bame. Carol Forbes. Randy Pederson, Karen Brill, James Case. Carolyn Vaux. Lynne Almvig. Jerry McCadam. Russ Jones. Alan Skay, Sue Berg, Maureen Kelley. Marita Mackey. Jen Merrill, Mary Anderson. Debbie Long, Cris Bearden. Cindv Johnson. Kim Allen. Amt Frederickson Band Provides That Something Special group of people who would have been greatly missed at games and pep assem- blies IS the MVHS Band. Under the direc- tion of Mr. John Babraitis. they presented us with some terrific half-time shows and musical enter- tainment. Talent and practice were evident in each and every performance. Members kept in practice due to the constant competition for places in the various instrumental sections including flute, clarinet, low brass, saxo- phone, trumpet and percussion. In outside school activities at Leavenworth, the band placed first in overall competition and re ceived the best discipline award. They also per- formed in a Christmas concert and a spring con- certs followed by their final performance at graduation. Flute section members are Front row. L to R . Cindy Johnson. Kris Allen. Sue Berg. Alan Denke, Debbie Long Middle row , Chris Bearden. Maureen Kelly. Marita Mackey. Jeralyn Merral. Mary Anderson Back row. Amy Frednckson. Bev Morrell. Maria Johnson. Jodi Dean 142 ' « ' ' - ' ? )mfnto « Trumpet members are 1 Back row: Steve Wells. Gary Duranceau. Dave Rutan. Pam Hinton, Middle row. Joan Bowron, Cindy Lear. Dave Taplin. Jeff Hoback. Front row Roger Bennett, Mark Tis- dale, Andy Tillman, Jeff Richards 2- Star solo Trumpeter is Cindy Lear. Soloists Are Part Of Band At MVHS Clarinet section members are Back row: Stacy Bingham, Karen DeHon, Vicki McCutchin, Doug McCormick, Amber Partridge, Judy Fleming, David Duranceau. Row two Kris Allen. Jolene Lindgren. Carleen Shehan. John Maupms. Karen Dawley, David Wright, Front row Mike Pippin. Steve Baal. on, Pete Robertson. Colleen Kelley, Lorraine Nelson 143 i fyftiy . •!«« 7 " ? ? 6anJ members practice in the warmth of the sun. 2 Stage Band members are. Front row L to ?., Lisa Jenne ' . James Case, Cindy Lear. Row two: Kris Allen. John Youngsman. Ken Bechlal. Lisa Markley, Rich Micheau. and Phil Holboy. 4 Drummer Allen Skay demonstrates one way to carry a drum. 3 Saxiphone section members are: standing L to R Ken Bechtal, John Youngsman Front row Lisa Jenne ' . Sara Holmstrom. and Mary Ballard. 5. French Horn section members are Sigrid Dykers, Scott Simon, Steve Froling. and Cliff Cheney. 144 Varied Talent Make Up MVHS Band % :mi W ft ! Top Row Russ Jones. James Case. Randy Pederson. Allen Skay. Bottom Row: Karen Brill. Heather Bame. Jerry McCadam. Carolyn Vaux. Carol Forbes. 2. Mr Babntus sits back and enjoys the mustC- 3 Fog didn ' t seem to hinder these two flutists. Teri Merretl and Kim Allen. 4 Top Row: Gary Lundquisl. Brian Mobr. Paul Davis. Stan LaBore. Kurt Carpen- ter. Bottom Row Lisa Markley. Richie Micheau. Scott Lear. Chris Tjersland. 5 Learning a lot is the student teacher Mr Davis 145 i. Taking a breather at a pep assemblie were trombiories Scott Lear and Lisa Markley 2 Demonstrating true talent is Sophomore Sarah Eerkes. £Sr ■ ■ 3. Endless hours of practice brings enioymeni to the community the band marches in many parades 4 Providing a little half lime entertainment are the " Masked Marvels. " 146 Pep Assemblies Explode With Enthusiasm 1 John Wetsch and Chris Pollino prove that MVHS can smoke Burlington 2 Coach Pearson proudly an- nounces the Cross Country teams 3 Racing his way to victory Is on the " Big Wheels " is Mr Dixon with Mr Rosenbach trailing. 4 Senior boys show they enjoy pep assemblies- 5 Mr. Pearson emphasized " CRUSH EM " 6 Cheerleaders say It all to Denlse Nelson 147 1 Loval supporters welcome the Bulldog squad returning at hall time to wind up an- other victory 2 Showing their appreciation for the Air Force band are Elaine Dixon and Knstie Over by 3 Those Freshmen get smaller every year 4 " Seniors are i " and they truly are 5 Freewheehn ' give the student body what thev like Pep Assemblies L» ! fe, ■|SENIOKS AS J 14S Add Spice To Life ' ' m ' 1 Adding to the Christmas spirit are some of the band members. 2. The Air Force band rocks out at a pep-assembly 3 Seahawk hneman Tom Lynch " coaches " the Illiterates 4 Watching the action intently is Kelli Fraizier 5 It ' s just plain fun says Kristie Overby and friend 6 It takes skill and timing 7 Cross Country team introductions are made at an assembly by Coaches Pear- son and delBosque. V ■tm ' £W Faculty 150 These are our teachers. In them you will find enthusiasm, character, experience, and dedication for their work and their students. 151 Efficient Administrators Head District or any school to function properly, the peo- ple in charge must have a deep concern for the welfare of the students as well as the !■«» community. The Mt. Vernon School Board is a prime example. Making up the school Board are five very respected men in the community, John Kamb, president, Dr. Robert Carney. Dr. William Haglund, Ed Watson Jr. and new member Roger Reep. Mr. Thomas Pollino headed the School District as su- perintendant. making sure that the school always ran efficently. He was assisted by Fred Guenther. who managed the office of curriculum director. Bruce Elliot officiated as director of Business Ser- vices. Always there to lend students a helping hand were Mr. Hal Ellis, principal, and Mr. John Boison. vice- principal. Serving as athletic director and assistant vice-principal was Mr. Dave Duvall, who handled his job smoothly and efficiently. Also, many secretaries are required to keep our high school and administra- tion building running smoothly. Hal Ellis. Principal f 3S - 1 - Dave Duvall, Assl Vice Principal, Athletic Director John Boisen. Vice Principal 152 W l.il MM B 5 Supenntendant Thomas Pollino Assistant Supenntendant Fred Guenthe John Kamb School Board Dr Robert Carney School Board Dr William Haglund School Board IJI uJljj Ed Watson Jr School Board Roger Reep School Board Bruce Elliot Director ol Finances 153 Many Hands Make School Run Smoothly Ed McCadaw: superintendent of maintenance Administration secretaries are L. to R.: Sylvia King. Olive Page. Margin Soine. Grace Johnson. Mercedean Bagley. Judy Rich, Myrtle Elde. Jolene Hansen: counselors office Barbara Horen: principals ' office 4. ' If, Adele Soucy: Attendance office Shirley Schoph: library :::.. Janet Kerr: secretary Jean Swanland: athletic office Susan Schuh: learning center Marilyn Weaver: environmental center i 154 ■■ I nTT- Bus drivers are Front row: Mr Dennis Dobson, Kris Radcliffe, Linda Frydenlund. Pete Kaess, Sherry Wolden, Donna Martin, Jeanette Cook Back row Dale Oliphant, Jim Woolson. Arlyne Wollan. LaRue Walker, Ann Davis, Margie Peterson, Marguerite Johnson. Debra Kanske, Bernice Aarstad. Janet Stein, Helena Hertz, Kathy DeWitt, Sharon McCormic. i Joe Lopez, head school janitor. Jack Pierce, of the maintenance department- Always smiling and helpful is Randy the " Can- teen man " Cooks this year were Nona Miller and Sharon Mattson. Head Dietician: June Wilson. Ever-popular " milkshake lady, " Judy Simp- son 155 Counselors Earn ' Most Helpful ' Award henever a problem arised for a student there were three very understanding people he or she could go to for assistance. They always seemed to have the right answers to help solve any problem no matter how large. With the help of test tubes and laboratory experi- ments, the science department, headed by Mr. Don Sundean proved to be very beneficial to many stu- dents. Mr Quail mingles with the crowd at lunch Head Counselor Mrs Suelzle helps students at registration. H ' H K E ' - ' 4hP ' I A Francis Leander Counselor Dave Quail Counselor Merle Suelzle Counselor 156 Bull Hume: Science ' : i- John Summers: Science Howard Brown Science Science Popular With College-Bound Don Sundean: Science Bruce Boyer: Science " This is how it works. " says Howard Brown to Denise Nelsen Mr Summers catches butter lies 157 New Programs Involve Grades 9 And 10 s a result of a two day workshop at Camp Brother- hood and much hard planning by the English depart- ment there has been a complete revision in the Fresh- man and Sophomore English programs. The Sophomores are now required to take one full year featuring writing skills and an introduction to world liturature. The Juniors and Seniors were able to choose from a selection of classes including Creative Writing, Journalism, Vocabulary for College, Re- search Paper, and a variety of literature classes, through which students experienced English of all forms. An increase in world awareness has been shown by the num- ber of students enrolled in the MVHS foreign language classes. A re-organization of the Spanish club and active French and German clubs provided the students with the challenge of learning more about different people, culture and foods of the language that they studied. Marilyn Chicoratich: English, Skagina advisor 3. Mark Pearson Englisti. Radio Broadcasting advisor Bill Ri gins English 5. Jim Beasley: English. Girls ' Basketball coach t 6 Shirley Parker: English. Bulldog advisor ■ 4 Geraldine Holer English. Hi Q coach 3 I- ■ 158 Jess del Bosque: Spanish. Traffic Safety. Girls ' Cross Country coach Susan Redd French. French club advisor Interest Grows In Foreign Languages Sallii Jones Librarian John Walter German. German club advisor Vincent Fryer Spanish. Spanish club advisor. English nuuiisi I Joe Daman English. Thespian advisor 6 Gay Barker English, Social Studies gives Kan McCadam first hand help in Psychology. 150 Future Carpenters Build House or the third consecutive year students successfully designed and built a house in the Carpentry class. Keeping equally busy were those in the Woodshop. Drafting. Electronics and Power Mechanics classes offered by the Industrial Arts Department headed by Mr. Bruce Parker. f-fard work, many rehearsals and the dedication of band members paid off again as they had yet another great year. The football halftime shows proved this, as they displayed for students and parents both their talent in music and skill in marching. The busy year was spent under the direction of Mr. John Babraitis and band major John Youngsman. The annual fruitcake sale as well as a bumper sticker sale helped add to the band budget for the year. 2 Malcoln Bishop Power Mechanics. 4 " Careful watering is the Aey to strong healthy plants, " Mr Howell explains fe Jkr sparks fly as an Electronics student welds. Howard Howell Agriculture, FFA advisor Dave Edwards Drafting. Basketball head coach. Boys ' Tennis coach. I 160 The MVHS Band is proof that chaos can turn into perfection Bruce Parker Woodshop 5. Simply delighted with her architectural design is Shan Duffy. John Babraitis: Music Richard Blonden: Electronics V Randy Brown: Agriculture. FFA advisor. Frosh football coach 161 elping students to prove theorems and find the answers to seemingly impossible problems was the job of the Math Depart- ment staff, headed by Mr. Paul Reman. Classes ranging from General Math to Math Analysis gave students a wide range of classes from which to choose. The PreVocational staff prepared then students to meet the challenges that come after high school. Classes and individual help offered, provided them with the background needed for their future careers. With the assistance of Mr. Gordon Fisher and Mr. Gary Newman, a great deal of talent was demon- strated by students. Among the classes offered in the art department were Art Media, Drawing, Painting. Ceramics, Advanced Art, and Poster Production. " Is this the right equation " asks Mike Reeues of Mr Burkhalter. Interested Students Jam Math Classes Alec McDouga! Math. Debate and Public Speak tng coach |bw KM % K ' ' jdM H m Wt f ■P PI W ' ■• .I U : ' W Fred Sizeloi e Math 6 Paul Reiman Math, Wrestling coach. Honor Society, Malmaids advisor Stan Burkhalter Math. Football Assnl coach. Track Assnt. coach Al Evans Math, Baseball coach. Frosh Football coach. Director of Student Finance 5 Bill Dehon Math. First Aid Cj 162 John Kelley and Mrs Hjorl work together on a problem- Murray Cassidy. American Government. US History, Driver ' s Ed. First Aid. Football and Wrestling Assnt coach m ■■— ' •Hrt T " - 1 Barb Hiorl Learning Center Chris Cleaves: Learning Center Barbara Porter: Nurse " It ' s an original " , says Brook Rogers of her creation Gordon Fisher Art 6 Gary Newman Art 163 elping increase each students aware- ness of the shaping of our country, and world was the main goal for which So- cial Studies teachers strived. In order for a student to graduate, he must take classes re- quired by the state of Washington, including American Government, American History IIA, American History IIC. Geography, Washington State History, and Western Civilization. Stu- dents have the choice of taking the convention- ally taught classes or enrolling in the LAP forms which enables them to work at their own pace. Sportsmanship was the main theme stressed this year by the people in the Physical Educa- tion Department. A variety of classes provided each student with a broad perspective on what is entailed in sports today. Alan Williams: Social Studies. Health. Junior Varsity Basketball coach. Foot- ball. Track. Assnt coach Arden Negley: Social Studies. Drivers Training ■ arr- Bob LeBeau: Social Studies Dave Cornelius Social Studies Senate advisor Patricia Johnson Social Studies. English Farrell Thompson Social Studies. Girls ' Basket ball. Tennis coach Robert Cauksheim: Social Studies. Dri- vers ' Training 164 World Awareness Aim Of Social Studies ■ ' . ■ »f., Richard Dixon: Social Studies Lynn Rosenbach Social Studies. Football coach. Wrestling Assnt coach 3 Gaining vast amounts of knowledge from Mr- Dixon is Jim Cop- per Students Work Off Steam In PE Classes r .i n mm Bill McCulchin: Physical Education. Baseball .Assnt co. cb Kaye Shaw: Physical Education Darrell Pearson: Physical Education. Track. Cross Country coach Karen Tail: Physical Education. Girls ' Volleyball. Softball coach Perry Brown Physical Education. Swimming coach 9. " Did you get a good one? " Coach McCutchin asks Sandy Angotti 165 Business Training Key To Future Security 2. Jim Jacobson: Business Education, Direc- tor of Student Finance Assisting Mr. Jim Jacobson is Shari Duffy 5. Accounting can be difficult for even the most bril- liant, so Allison Howell asks Mr- Kemmerer for help. Judy Rasmussen: Business Education, FBLA advisor 4 Marcia Audette Business Education, Girls ' Swimming coach 6 Walt Kemmerer: Business Education 166 ' ' •I » i • ' I Jl Janet Ruhl: Home Economics, FHA advisor . r.i ; Vv 7 .4 Hk a SWIFT member puis the finishing touch on some pretzels before baking Homemaking Vital Skill In American Life Nancv Blue Home Economics Sheila Gonzales Home Economics. SWIFT advi- sor Below: Mrs Ruhl offers a helping hand to Tracy Manduchi J uccessful business training can be the key to security in the AiTierican way of life. Demon- strating their many skills to the stu- dents, each teacher took the time ancf effort to provide the basic knowledge for which each student strived. Many business courses are offered to the stu- dents. Some of the highlights in the department are typing, business ma- chines, shorthand and accounting. Cooking and sewing were not the only courses provided to the students in the Home Economics Department. Many classes on interior design, nutrition, and personal and social development were offered to give students the op- portunity to help expand their knowl- edge. Swift was very active, giving students the experience to increase their knowl- edge in business management involved in food preparation. l i j iiiStta ' v " ' - I fit " " ' COMMUNITY For some the story is our towne, Forever changing but still home. 169 Lounging around are Bonnie Iversen. Cathy Wiskirken, and Colleen Feebeck ' ' SKAGIT COUNTY ' S COMPLETE HOME FURNISHING CENTER " AMPLE FREE PARKING FREE DELIVERY COMPARE OUR PRICES! 1st Montgomery Mount Vernon 336-9666 Restaurant Equipment a Supplies IZ!J ' The Expediter ' BARGREEN ' S of MOUNT VERNON Institutional Food Distributors Home of NIFDA Fine Foods Railroad East Hazel Sts. 336-5721 Royalean Grey. Leila Soderbom Dressed to kill are Shirley Stone and Sherri Kort lever. Emporiumjnc. Mount Vernon Mall Mount Vernon, Wa. Phone: 424-7031 Hours Mon thru Fri: 10-9 Sat: 10-6 Sun 125 170 Evangeline Hal I id ay Joni Erspamer Diane Soucy WASHINGTON BULB CO. 1599 Beaver Marsh Road 424-5533 or 424-7118 171 McBEATH GLASS 1023 College Way 424-1028 Welcoming customers to McBeath Glass are Mike Brady and John Bogensberger. PA YLESS DRUGSTORE Mount Vernon Mall 424-7901 8fe. Just horsing around outside Payless are Chris Stewart. Tami Noyes, Jim Moores, and Joni Miller. 172 CHUCK WAGON CHUCKWAGON 800 N 4th 336-2732 Eating again are Becky Patterson, Alice Summers. ' ' Big Tee " Trucker, Diane Soucy. and Vonni Wolden. ill BEST REALTY 2210 Riverside Mount Vernon 424-7123 Showing what it takes to be best at BEST are Beth Burton. Theresa Williams, and Teri Martin. PISTON SERVICE 418 Second Street 336-3153 Always full of " wrenching " ideas are Randi Stevens and Royalean Grey. 173 Fooding out are Caria Fladebo, Cheryl Howell, Robin Gilbertson, Sherrie Marble, and Joni Erspamer. l?RUMMAN ' S RESTAURANT " Open 24 hours a day ' ' 1724 Freeway Drive Mount Vernon 424-7929 Cowboys Jeff Westch. Terry Newman, and Danny Cilfillan whoop it up in Simpson ' s SIMPSON ' S 503 First Street Mount Vernon, WA SHELLAN JEWELER ' S Mount Vernon Mall 307 E. College Way 424-6075 Erin Kearney. Denise Harrold. Kim Magee 174 STEWARTS THRIFTWA Y 820 Cleaveland 336-2251 Carolyn White. Pam Larson, Teresa Trucker I III aw KERN FUNERAL HOME 1122 South 3rd 336-2153 175 fglPAY £ SATVJffi r NldMl - 9:30-- 1 Shari Duffy. Lorl Duffi , Kim Martin. Jodi Faller. Tami Noyes. and Allison Howell try a new type of bowling. RIVERSIDE LANES 225 Riverside Lane 424-4221 " GOOD LUCK CLASS OF 80! " " " T " ■ " ?» . W W North West Athletic 504 S. 1st. 336-3511 Fighting it out in a " battle are Caria West and Evangeline Halliday. " Mount Vernon ' s largest selection of athletic shoes. " Always on top of the real estate situation are Becky Revell. Paula Burnham. Nancy Holder, and Mary Idunsucker. RIVERSIDE REALTY 1910 Riverside Drive 424-7001 176 DIMENSIONAL SOUND CENTER 1301 Riverside Drive 424-6164 " We ' re worth listening to! " mmm CENTER ' !. Kari McCadam and Barbara Morreli demonstrate one of the fine pieces of stereo equipment found at Dimensional Sound. ZALES THE DIAMOND STORE 200 E. College Way 424-3201 Pleased with what they see. Lisa Dutton and Gail Ranlett admire some exquisite jewelry. 177 RAINIER BANK P. O. Box 638 420 1st. Street 336-6181 Making a fast get-away are Nileena Jhaveri and Ted Brown. J.C. PENNEY Downtown Mount Vernon 336-2139 Shop catalog by phone 336-9821 Store Hours: m Daily 9:30 A.M. to 5:30 P.M. Friday 9:30 A.M. to 9:00 P.M. 1 Sunday 12:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M. 2 Hours Free Parking Picl ing out dresses for the Senior Ball are Sue Hoag, Tracy Gran, and Sandra Bardsley. 178 O ' CONNOR ' S APPAREL 501 South First 336-2366 Sure to catch a second glance in the window display are Lori Eide. Jill Lane, and Stacy Bingham. FARRELL ' S AUTO WRECKING 215 Riverbend Road 4244231 Greg Skudlarek and Ashley Sybrandy find something interesting under the hood. It ' s Tim Hanstad! BREA THOUR SHEET METAL WORKS 209 Riverside Drive 424-7157 -CONGRATULATIONS CLASS OF 1980 " Modeling the latest graduation caps are David Mohr and Pat Kerley. 179 CONOR A TULA TIONS CLASS OF " 80 yy 1812 Freeway Drive 424-3022 180 THRIFTY FOODS ...1 » - T ' f ft rHi 1104 West Division Mount Vernon 424-3411 It looks like Bev Thomas and Pauline Jordan have the munchiesH Getting the job done are Scott Gret danus and Eric Swanson. CONCRETE NORWEST, INC. 1021 Riverside Drive 424-4201 181 Ashley Sybrandy. Greg Skudlarek. and John Bogensberger looking for dates for Saturday night. CONTINENTAL TELEPHONE OF THE NORTHWEST 325 College Way 424-7061 Skagit Valley Mall Mount Vernon, Washington 424-4535 " CONGRATULATIONS SENIORS! " Living out their fantasies are Teresa Trucker. Vonni Wolden, and Becky Patterson. CONSUMER RENTAL 919 E. College Way 424-3224 Taking care of business are Kevin Clizbe and Brian Evans. 182 Sporting can be thirsty work, as Vonni Wolden and Dan Skay both seem to know! S x ' SfKt ettten 1509 Riverside Drive Mount Vernon 424-3289 Looking very chic are Brenda Snyder and Lisa Payne. fOUSlQUE 501 First Street Downtown Mount Vernon 183 Shay Walker picks out a outfit for his fiance April Knapp. 601 First 336-5191 MOBILE MUSIC UNLIMITED 130 IB Riverside Drive 4244354 " 10-4 good-buddy. " says C-Ber John King. ■ RIVERSIDE MILLWORK " COMPLETE HOME CENTER 1022 Riverside Drive 424-1001 Floor Covering, Kitchens, Jenn-Air. Remodeling, Hardware. Lumber, Paint, „ , , , ; n ,, ; Woven Woods, Subzero Refrigeration, Going down the drain are Chris Pollmo and jhermador Ranges. Waste King Dishwashers Bruce Odegaard. 184 A couple of cheeseheads: Danny Gilfallan and Carl Burns. WASHINGTON CHEESE CO. 900 East College Way P.O. Box 1267 ANDERSON TIRE SERVICE 1221 Riverside Drive 424-4241 Bill Randall and Jeff Peterson always going in circles. 185 HAYES ' BROS MOBIL 101 South Eleventh 336-5281 There seems to be a bit of a problem between Chris Pollino and John Wetsch. VAUX PHARMACY 325 South First 336-2194 Marv Mickelson. Jan Brown, and Beth Cass show that vou can find just about anything at Vaux ' s. JOHN ' S AUTO TOGGERY 1220 South Second 336-2744 Kristie Overby and Jodeen Fisher get set for a ride in a Rolls. lae Slick chics Pam Larson. Laura Pritchard. and Kelli Frazier trv to catch a bit of attention. 2221 Riverside Drive 424-4040 187 " " — ' - ' " SSBWBiJw MT. VERNON CARPET CENTER 400 West Fir Mount Vernon 336-3179 " CONGRA TULA TIONS CLASS OF W " Jeff Wetsch and Suzy Wetsch. a couple of rug rats! LINDE INSURANCE 1101 East Division 336-6168 Joni Erspamer and Ctieryl Howell take a peek into the insurance business. 188 wens nursery - T - . Cheryl Howell Alice Summers Andrea Pihl wells DORilinr incorporated wholesale Retail Nursery Stock 420 East Section 336-6544 189 Julie Jones seems to have decided what she wants for a graduation present! CARLSON PONTIAC BUICK CADILLAC INC. 1003 West Division 424-3311 1405 South Second Mt. Vernon, WA 98273 700 Cascade Hwy. Burlington, WA 98233 BiTTBailey FOR Tires Third and State Marysville, WA 98270 1905 State Street Bellingham, WA 98225 DEMING JEWELERS 324 South DownTowne Mount Vernon Registered Jewelers American Gem Society " CLASS RING HEADQUARTERS " Nancy Egbers and Sue Schink admire some of the class rings found at Deming ' s. 190 IB if Oh H ' ' ' Afl HI I SAN JUAN JUNCTION " MOUNT VERNON ' S FINEST DISCO ' ' 404 South Third 336-9686 Aspiring disco stars Ray Lewis. Donna Smith. Evangeline Halliday, David Dummins, and Joe Bowen get down to a hot tune. POPPE INSURANCE 1224 Cleveland Avenue 336-2132 Dawn Chichester and Ruthie Krieger are always on top of things! 191 Cheers!, say, Kristie Overby, Robin Gilbertson, Pam Larson, Cheryl Howell, Lisa Cisneros, Cathy Carney, Jodeen Fisher, and Colleen Kelley. MEXICO CAFE Four convenient locations: MOUNT VERNON 1590 Memorial Hwy. 424-1977 ANACORTES 509 V2 Commercial Ave. 293-9777 BURLINGTON 624 Fairhaven 755-9588 EVERETT 1100 N. Broadway 258-1887 192 Cardinal Corp. GENERAL CONTRACTOR u Laurie Mellott hugs her Grandfather John while Gail Ranlett flirts with him. DOWNETOWNE SCHOOL OE BEAUTY CULTURE 611 First Street 336-6553 ■o Robin Gilbertson tries out a new hairstyle on Lisa Cis- neros. WESTSIDE SCHOOL OF BEAUTY CUL TURE 611 West Division 336-5608 193 D D GROCERY 800 West Division 336-2900 Jodeen Fisher, and Juanita Montoya head off on a shopping spree, aided by Kristy Overby and Evangeline Idalliday. Sandra Bardsley and Karen DeHon checl out some insurance policies. FIRST INSURANCE AGENCY, INC 406 South Second Mount Vernon 336-9630 Stephan Janus, Scott Simon, and Jake Kidane- moriam, set for take off!! MOUNT VERNON FL YING SERVICE 1874 Conway Road Mount Vernon 424-5154 194 Musclemen Pat Kerley, and David Mohr. AAMCO TRANSMISSIONS 1304 Memorial Highway 424-5885 Congra tula tions Class of W TESARIK OFFICE EQUIPMENT 416 Gates Street 336-6111 Juanita Montoya showing tier secre- tarial s c;7 s. •SSi ' -s Splish, splash, they ' re taking a bath. Laura Prit chard. Laurie Mellott. and Gail Ranlett. P.U.D. Mountain Fresh Water 1415 Freeway Drive 424-7104 195 Acting like the crazies that they are, are the Senior Men: Rich West, Chris Pollino, Jeff Wie- gand, Jim Moores, Tom Rees, Mike Brady, and John Wetsch. PEEPS BY C.P. 702 South First Mount Vernon 336-2681 THE ENVIRONMENTAL PORTRAIT PHOTOGRAPHER " KUBOTH ® ' WE ' RE LOOKING FOR WORK! " SOUND TRACTOR 1573 Memorial Highway Mount Vernon, WA 424-8868 2815 Virginia Avenue Everett, WA 252-3139 Farmers Kari Sturdy and Beth Cass head out to plow the fields. 196 Karl Walton and Karin Grant HANSEN ' S FURNITURE Quality Furniture- Lowest Prices Free Delivery Easy Credit Terms Westside 424-7188 BLADE CHEVROLET llOO-Freeway Drive 424-3231 IBLADEJ Rtionda Erickson and Evangeline Halliday: ready for " cruisin ' ' J 197 DAVID JAMES REALTY 1010 East College Way 424-4901 Julie Jones and Sigrid Dykers know where to go to be on top of the real estate world! WALTON BEVERAGE PEPSI-COLA BOTTLERS 520 Pacific Avenue 424-1558 Finding a way to quench their thirst is first on the minds of Teri Barrington, Barbara Morrell, and Kari McCadam. 198 Hard at work are Rich West and Jim Moores. VALLEY TRA VEL 2025 B Riverside Drive 424-4253 15 AUTO WORLD Gearhart Ford 424-5100 Gubrud ' s Valley Datsun 424-7971 1-5 at George Hopper Exit j -r . T , 424-4161 Totem I oyota 4z4- b a Rygmyr Lincoln Mercury Jeep AMC 424-4271 199 B 5 INC. David Mohr always has a scoop on things! STRAUB ' S INC. 1575 Memorial Highway 424-1216 Picking out clothes for the Senior Cruise. Brian Evans, Mike Brady, and Loren Pirkle. FASHIONABLE CLOTHING SettnerB fUena 9tore 706 So. 1st St. Ooujiuoane Mount Vernon 336-2271 Ojyf r. Weekddvs 8 30 am- 6 p.m. I n ' ill V cm p ni . S i K 30 ,i,m 5 .■ ) p i TOM ' S TRANSFER INC TOM S TRANSFE MOVING Ef STORAGE 118 North First 336-2166 Moving on are Mark tpting, Ty Follis, and Brian Bannister. 200 Ina Weisner helps Laurie Mellott. Laura Prit- chard, and Gail Ranlett plan a graduation trip. A.B.C. TRA VEL 619 Metcalf Sedro- WooUey 855-1221 PUGET POWER 720 West Division 336-9640 Colleen Kelley and Jim Cameron bud- dy-up with George Burns. i Taking a break from picking out their ward- robes are Cindy Lear and Colleen Kelley. LEFTY ' S ' TASHIONS FOR MEN AND WOMEN " Mount Vernon Mall 424-8571 201 ERNST 1 HOME CENTER 310 E. College Way 424-7951 Laura Wood has got hold of a basket case. Bev Ruiz. - 0B£EHHOUS£ Wholesale Retail 1709 Old Highway 99 So. Mount Vernon 424-4281 From out of the wilds comes Mark Westland. Have you discovered our world of plants? 202 TRUCK CITY TRUCK STOP 1731 Old Highway 99 South Mt. Vernon 424-9291 Carol Swanson and Cindy Coker take a rest from a long haul. DUJARDIN CUSTOM HOMES 2204 Riverside Drive 424-6107 Tracy Gran and Sue Hoag show the number to call for a fine custom built home. 203 The most valuable employees at General Telephone. GENERAL TELEPHONE 514 South 1st Mount Vernon 336-9011 DALEY ' S SALES SERVICE 300 Willow Lane 424-7184 Crashed, burned, and ready for body work: Sigrid Dykers and Julie Jones. Y -Teresa Trucker, M-Becky Patterson, C-Kris- tie Overby. A-Bev Thomas YMCA 215 East Fulton St. Mount Vernon 336-5759 204 Eleanor Alvarado and Paula Garza; CHUG A LUG!!! Have a Coke and a smile. Coke adds life. COCA-COLA BOTTLING 1721 South Second Mount Vernon 336-3311 ATKIN ' S TIRE MART 1202 South Second Mount Vernon 336-6175 Wheelin ' and dealin ' are Jodeen Fisher, Cathy Carney, and Pam Lar- son. HI IyITE AUTO BODY PAI " PAo Ce 424-5C PAINT cu GL f djlb DOMESTIC K FOREIGN Bonnie Iversen and Colleen Feebeck socialize with some of the shop specialists. AUTO BODY PAINT, INC. ' Insurance Work ' Free Estimates ' Body Repair and Painting ' Glass Windshield Replacement " BEHIND TRUCK CITY " 424-5913 205 " CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF 80 " MARINE CONSTRUCTION DREDGING 1579 Dunbar Road 424-6204 206 DRAPES WOVEN WOODS SHADES WALLPAPER RODS C L A S S o f tolPs Interiors CARPETS Dick Spink and Jim Moores. MOUNT VERNON BULLDOGS 1 9 8 COLLEGE WAY SAFEWAY MALL 424-6500 207 ■ " 9 Anchor Machine Manufactiirinci 327-A EAST BLACKBURN RD. MOUNT VERNON, WA 98273 L vRRY M. Carpenter Manager 424-1393 ' h est ' ' A y mm . i !i ffft H VEBKOtf HUGO HELMER MUSIC INC. 336-6109 Jamming are Sigrid Dykers and Lisa Jenne. BENJAMIN AGENCY 615 West Division Agent for Grange Insurance Assn. and Rocky Mountain Fire Casualty Co. Auto-Home-and Farm Insurance 336-2764 Accident prone Lynne Haglund and Vicki McCutchin. 208 For A Lovely Memory 336-2858 Photography by Teresa Trucker 311 KINCAIO MT VERNON. WA 98273 33S28S4 Across from Thrift way Downtown Rick Wills o °o MUNICATIONS 327 C BLACKBURN MOUNT VEHNON. WA 98273 (206) 3365776 A couple of heels: Cheryl Howell and Lisa Cisneros. 209 Getting quite a charge out of the whole situation are Beth Cass and Sandra Bardsley. NORTHERN LIGHTS 1176 Old Hwy. 9 9 South 757-0025 Seeing eye to eye with Carolyn White and Teresa Trucker. Congratulations To The Class Of 1980 From Dr. Kenneth L. White Your Family Doctor Of Optometry HINTON OLDS CMC FIA T Sales-Service-Leasing 2400 Riverside Drive 424-7111 Tim Hanstad and Maria Torres check out a car to use on Saturday night. 210 Vonni Wolden JOSTEN ' S AMERICAN YEARBOOK COMPANY Becky Patterson ' THE EDITORS " Teresa Trucker BOB VANBURKLEO . , DISTRIBUTORS it ' ' m CHEVRON U.S.A. INC. 101 East Fir Mount Vernon 4241212 " What a gas! " says Julie Jones. Juanita Montoya, and Sigrid Dyiiers. hH GCIKRM. COHTRACTOn HARMON MENDOZA 1 783 Anderson Road 424-4275 Kim Magee doesn ' t seem to sure about the way Lori Duffy operates things. HAHDW R£ SrOflES Lawnmowers Paint-Plumbing Qualify Home Appliances HOMELfTE XL SERIES TMHT T- RIVERSIDE . HARDWARE 1400 Riverside Dr. 424-1047 And they ' re off and sawing!!: Brian Evans and Kevin Clizbe. Lori Duffy. Kim Magee. and Laurie Mellott get plowed. CASCADE NATURAL GAS 1520 South 2nd 336-6155 " Let Cascade Gas Work For You ' ' 212 " Jay-Jay " Jacobson gets what ' s left on his hair trimmed by Jodi Falter and Lori Duffy. MEDIC REPAIR 3272 Blackburn Mount Vernon 336-5616 GADABOUT 2003C Riverside Drive Mount Vernon 4241475 Need medical attention? Jeff Peterson, Pat Ker ley, and David Mohr sure do! MOUNT BAKER SURGICAL SUPPLIES INC. 901 McOean Road 424-6146 ' The door to medical recovery. " 213 Choruf giri ' ut ' Hoag. Jeannette Folkertsma, Julie Jones, sing and dance their way to success in the computer business. D.K. DENNIS ASSOCIA TES Quality Computer Services Since 1961 151 7 South Second 336-5746 WELLS DRUG STORE 619 First Street 336-3141 Waiting for Jeff Peterson to gobble down his goodies are, David Mohr, Pat Kerley. Julie Jones, Jeannette Folkertsma, and Sue Hoag ' DlDEB.V ' t FRAME REPAIR MOUNT VERNON FRAME AND AXLE 1101 Riverside Drive 424-3713 Bannister " Baby " , Mike Jewett, Jim Brignone, Tracy Gran. Crystal Hemmes, Andrea PihI. and Scott Simon. 214 ' fl WBHW SKAGIT MARINE INC. Out for a cruise on the high seas are Julie Jones, Jeanette Folkertsma, Diane Soucy, Sue Hoag. David Mohr. Jeff Peter- son, and Pat Kerley. 1599 Memorial Hwy. 424-6660 " GLASS PLY QUALITY LIFETIME BOATS ' EVINRUDE MOTORS Self-made totem poles!: Jeff Peterson. Jean- nette Folkertsma. and Julie Jones. TRIVOLI (FORMERLY THE BRO ASTER CAFE.) 1320 Memorial Highway 424-6117 Monkey see. monkey do! Julie Jnnc . . ' , in- nette Folkertsma. Sue Hoag. David Mohr. Pat Kerley. and Jeff Peterson. FOOD SERVICES 1587 McClean Road 424-7147 215 FUNTASTICS Mount Vernon Mall 424-4825 Stampeding through the mall are Brian Bannister. Crystal Hemnes. Scott Simon, and Tracy Gran. LUNDQUm REALTY. INC. Better 1800 Riverside Drive 424-9110 " Wow! what a bargain. " say Andrea Pihl, Crystal Hemnes. Jim Brignone. Mike Jewett. Scott Simon, and Brian Bannister. You light up my life! 615 West Division 336-3958 216 SUSAN COOPER SCHOOL of the DANCE 121 South 12th 336-5121 w Washington Federal Savings and Loan Association 317 2nd Street 336-3171 Sue Hoag. Julie Jones, and Jeannette Fol- kertsma find something more than money at the bank. 217 SKAGIT RIVER STEEL SUPPL Y BURLINGTON 757-6076 " RECYCLING TODAY FOR TOMORROW ' S FUTURE ' ' Always Buying Scrap Metal ' ran □ ' n SiCSlCgiEIBI 249 College Way In The Skagit Valley Mall 424-7981 Pharmacy: 424-7958 Optical Dept.: 424-7981 i «%. 218 Skagit " allejTc all the mall . . and more ACRES OF FREE PARKING CLIMATE CONTROLLED, CONVENIENT 25 STORES SERVING YOU BED BATH BREADBOARD BRENTWOOD GALLERIES CLIFF JOHNSONS VARSITY SHOP DOTTYS QUEENS ERNST HARDWARE FABRICLAND FANTASYLAND GOLDEN RULE HICKORY FARMS KENNEY ' S SHOES KNUTZENS MALMO NURSERIES MAURICES MR. MARK MUSICLAND PA Y N ' SA VE RADIO SHACK ROBINSON SHOES RODA LEE SAGITTARIUS SALON SEARS SCOTTS ' BOOKSTORE VALBORGS ZALES JEWELERS Jim Moores is out of control!!! Too bad for Dick Spink! BARNETT IMPLEMENT 1795 Old Highway 99 South Mount Vernon 424-7995 Carolyn White, Balisa Lemmon. Kristw Overbu. Becky Patterson is thrilled with a big sale to Dick Spink ' CENTURY 21 DEAN KELLEY REAL TY 329 East College Way 424-7166 220 CANNON REALTY INC 510 Second Street 336-2125 Let Cannon Realty blow you away. Susan Exelby and Teri Davis THE STAMP COIN PLACE 323 C East College Way Mount Vernon 424-5251 " Congratulations Class of 1980 " Stamp KM r 5 iL -Sit fcj- l- L Enlarging their collection are Russ Jones, David Lohman. Randy Pederson, and Joel Engbrecht. 221 1654 OM HwT 99 SoutS MOUNT VERNON. WA 98271 Leonard Carlson " Your extra touch florists. " Karen DeHon and friend emerge from the foliage. Outstanding in the real estate bus iness are Nancy Egbers. Sue Scliink.. Mr. Schinli. and Beu Thomas. BROWN McMILLEN REAL EST A TE 141 West Rio Vista Burlington, WA 757-6013 McDowell volkswagen 1569 Memorial Highway 424-6111 Revved up and ready to go are Denise tdarrold and Nancv McDowell. 222 Climbing the pole of success are John Youngsman. Jim Moores, Mike Stuber, and Dick Spink. AGRICHEM, INC. 1295 Avon Men Road Burlington 757-6041 MCDONALD ' S 1908 Riverside Drive 424-6342 " Nobody can do it like McDonald ' s can. " ¥cDo, -- ' ::P.52 ' ds 223 it m " F ' er up? " asks funnel-mouth Colleen Kelley. AL ' S CHEVRON SERVICE 800 Second Street Mount Vernon 336-2494 ATLAS VAN LINES 1824 Railroad Avenue 336-6560 MOVING AND STORAGE as an Lines .i R« ' - % Packing up and moving out are Alice Summers and Diane Soucv. 224 EERKES CONTRACTING 1579 Dunbar Road 4241101 CONOR A TULA TIONS OLASS OF 1980 Carol Swanson, Kristal Hemnes, and Caria West are all set for the big job. MOBILE HOMES REALTY THE HOUSING PEOPLE ' The Housing People Do It Again ' BELLiNGHAM 5236 Guide Meridian 734-2952 or 398-2952 MT VERNON 1346 Old 99 North 424-3181 Working intently on an important business deal is B.J. Schreifels. 225 SHORELINE SA VINGS 820 South Second 336-9633 ' Growing Bigger to Serve You Better " SHORELINE ;AVIN(3S Wisely planning for her future is Colleen Kellev- Avi ' HAIRBENDERS 1608 Riverside Drive 424-7733 A couple of class cut-ups. Lisa Harjes. and Denise Harrold. ' The Hank 9k(yif Stafe ' Bani Wiih a Iharrh and a Heart ' 901 South Cleveland 336-5795 Lisa Harjes, Astiley Sybrandy, Denise Harrold. John Bogensberger, and Kim Magee yield high profits. 226 HANSEN and INC. PETERSON EED 1495 Highway 20 West 7574011 John Bogensberger. Denise Harrold. Kim Magee. Ashley Sybrandy. and Lisa Harjes: ready for loading ' RIVERSIDE MARKET 1411 Riverside Drive 424-1231 Taking a break from preparations for the grand opening are Pam Larson. Greg Skudlarek. and Cheryl Idowell. 227 HIDE- AWAY CERAMICS 1615 South 2nd 336-5551 A crafty bunch: Lisa Harjes. Ashley Sybrandy, Denise Harrold. Kim Magee. and John Bogensberger. STACEY ' S CAMERA CENTER Downtown Mount Vernon Serving Skagit Valley for Over 45 Years For the Finest Photographic Equipment Check Our Brands Nikon, Canon, Minolta, Pentax, Olympus, and Konica IjdN 811 V2 Rita Street Sedro Woolley 8560666 TRADITIONAL PERSONALITY, AND SPECIAL INTEREST PHOTOGRAPHY Evangeline Halliday Kari Sturdy 228 CONOR A TULA TIONS FROM THE EMPLOYEES OF THE SHELL OIL COMPANY COLLEGE WAY SERVE-U ' mJ!KRATULAIIONS COLLEGE WAY SERVE-U 2120 East College Way 424-3056 Always willing to stand by their class are Bev Thomas, and Susan Schink. 229 ALBERTSONS WE REALLY CARE " 319 East College Way 424-7021 Just having a little snack are Maria Torres and Sherrie Marble. Getting a clear view of the situation Robin Gilbertson. Alice Summers, and Bernie Halliday. bENS k SPEGTAGbE Optical Service )|CAGcessopies Lynn Forest Pugh-Licensed Optician 1806 Riverside Drive 424-3232 Maria Torres and Sherrie Marble know of two things that make you feel good inside: good food and good friends. PONDESSS 1410 Riverside Drive 4244828 230 ] Avon Christian Teens A 75N " UNITED METHODIST CHURCH 1° the WASH RACK Another service of MARTIN OIL, INC. 115 West Kincaid 336-5501 the m[k% i ' - T..T-.-E?; ' . 7 .■ -T- ' -T-V .POLISH .ACQ I WAX » CAR WASH Ready to do a real " swimming " job on your car. truck, or van are John Youngsman and Jon St. John. 231 KAPS RADIO 1470 DJ ' s Lisa Cisneros and Cheryl Howell 2029 Freeway Drive Mount Vernon 424-7676 Love SEA TTLE-FIRST NA TIONAL BANK CONCRA TULA TIONS CLASS OF 1980 Joe BoH ' t ' n. Carl Burns, and Rich West Learning the ropes of radio are Cindy Pearson. " BULLDOGS TURN US ON! " Lisa PaK ne. and Jamie Johannesson. 232 Robin Gilbertson and Bernie Halliday hurry to get a table at Mount Vernon s finest restaurant. MAX DALE ' S RESTAURANT 2030 Riverside Drive 424-7171 Congratulations to the Class of 1980! 233 WYCOFF INSURANCE 703 South First Street 336-2171 WE WRITE ALL LINES OF INSURANCE: Home, Life, Auto, Fire, and Commercial. The willing staff: Jeff Peterson. Doug McCormick. and Brian Evans. Karen DeHon makes quite a tilt in the decorating business; too bad it ' s Doug McCormick ' s face. m! . INTERIORS 1390 Old Highway 99 424-3909 WECKERT OIL and HE A TING Self-Serve 115 West Fir 424-1770 Looks like Dick Spink and Carl Burns plan to fill up on more than gas ' 234 • ii imwwiw 1 1— I. I ' .wjii. jt Macho truckers Brian Evans. Doug McCormick. and Jeff Peterson are number one in the trucking industry. EVERGREEN INTERNA TIONAL 1515 Freeway Drive Mount Vernon 235 1 I i I 1 r 1 I 1345 Memorial Highway 424-6234 HILL HILL REALTY 611 South Second Street 336-3185 Trying to sell some prime property are Doug McCormick and Karen DeHon. NATIONAL FRUIT CANNING COMPANY Washington and Walnut Streets Burlington 755-0211 Congratulations to the Class of 1980! 23b Mrs Chicoralich Teresa Trucker Becky Patterson Vonni Wolden olleen. could you please bring those pictures down immediately, if not sooner?!!! A very special thanks goes to our photographers. Colleen. Luc. Joe. Dick, and Lisa, You put up with a lot of yelling from us and Diane and Alice during those frantic times, but after all. what can you do without pictures? Ken Long, we can ' t thank you enough for all your help. You made our color section something special. To Alice and Diane, our business managers, we appreciate you going above and beyond the call of duty. (3:00 a.m. is kinda late, don ' t you think?) We had some pretty good laughs over your catchy captions in the ad section. Thanks also to all the ad salesmen who were a vital part in the financing of the book Bev. we appreciated all of your help, even though all you ever heard was. " Hey Beave. don ' t look at the pictures! " Janine and Wendy you did a great job Good luck next year. Just think ■ no more indexing!! With Kay and Linda around to help, you can ' t go wrong. Kay ' s crazy sense of humor can get you through anything. Robin and Tim, what can we say ' ! ' You did a fantastic job on the sports layouts. It ' s not easy to do " mass " pages with a limited supply of pictures. Without you Laura and Laurie, we wouldn ' t have a club section Thanks a lot ' A special note of thanks to Jack Pence for keeping our little room in such good shape. To Steve Schroeder, Laura Wood and Jim Cameron, you came through just when we needed you with those extra pictures. Thanks ' Milt Bean our yearbook representative, we owe you much thanks for watching over our progress throughout the year and making sure that our new ideas turned out the way we intended. To Mrs. Chic, there is no way to tell you how much your help and patience has meant to us. Without you we couldn t have done it because you always knew exactly what to do when things went wrong. We have all benefited from your exper lence and will carry the knowledge we ' ve gained long after graduation. Along with all of the work we ' ve had a lot of fun putting it together. We hope you like it. Teresa. Becky, and Vonni. 2.37 mm- r-.7A : l «t« -. . ■• s:;k V ' O ' ■ - ■ i:.- S.lf ' •i fe ' T L: ' V. experiences await, outsic the security of M. V.H. AAA Adams. Liune 94 Akiem. Kern 104 Aiken. P.Unck 104 Al. ni . £ " ms iio Akienk ' n. Ross l i Akk ' Tijuv). Kim 104 Allen. K,m ' f4. 117. 1 38. 142. 145 Alk-n. Kns 4. 101. 142. 143. 144. 14 Allen. Troy 19 94 Allison. Don 94 Allison. Laverne H4 Almvig. Lynne 84. 117. 139, 142 Ahnso. ( hli 104 Ah.u.i.lo, fU-.moT tiO. 117, 205 Al .u.ulo. J.-nn,fer 20. 37. 88 Aharado. Laurie 32. 94. 117 Anderson. Barbara 60 Anderson. Carl 104 Anderson. Karen 94 Anderson. Kimberly 104 Anderson. Kolleen 84 Anderson. Man 94. 139. 141. 142 Anderson. Susan 36. 84, 139 Angotti. Sandy 19, 84. 165 Arce. Juan 94 Arentien, Janet 84. 91, 138 Armstrong. David bO Armstrong. Doug 94 Ash ornsen. Kim 20 Ayers. ton BBB 143 B aison, Steven H4, 142 Badillo. Terrv H4. 1.10 Ballard. Man 20. .((,. H4. 142. 144. ,« Bame. Heather 104. 1.15. l.M, 142. 145 BaniMster. Briars :i2. OO. 124. 200. 214. 21b Bannister. Susan 104, 140 Banla. Kerry 104 Barber. David ' )1. 125 Barber. Lynne 104 Bardsley. Sandra dO. Ml 1 78. 114. 210 Barker. Teresa 84. 122. 140 Barnes. Nancy 60. 125 Barnett. Tina 94 Barrmglon. Cindy 1 )8 Barrington. Teresa bO Bartram. B. rry 10. 11. 19. 21. 40. 84 Bear den. Crislina 14. 14, 142 Bearden, Robert 84, 125 Bechlel. Ken i , Idl. 142. 144 Beckes. Tom 14. 101. Li4 Beckes. Tracy 20. db. 84. .« Beckett. Douglas bO Beech. Clav Vdl Beeson, Debra 14 Beirne. Mike ,12. 84. 1 18. Ill Bennett, Joan bO Bennett, Roger 104. 142. I4d Berentson. Brian 104, 11. 42 Berg. Jellery 11. 104 Berg. Susan 20. 84, 142 Bergeson. Bob 14 Bergeson. Linda 14 Bertelsen. Jell 12b, 42 Bertelsen, Richard 84 Biggers. David 60 Bingham. Stacy Ml, 142, 14.1, 171 Bhir. Erica 84. 117 Blair. Ron 60. 125 Bledsoe. Joy 14. .17. ' M Block. Richard 11. 104 Blue, Ruth : 7. 104 Bogensberger. John Id. 28. 45. Ol. 126. 127. 172. 22b. 227, 228 Bogensberger. Margaret ' «. 122. 126. 1,12. 182 Botslord. Mike 2.1. 84 Boudreau. Danny til. 125 Boudreau. Lori 1.5. ' )y, 117. 12d Boudreau. Mike 2d Bowen, Joe dd. 45. bl. 118, 111, 2d2 Bowron. Joan 84. Idl. 142. I4d Bradv. Mich.iel 28, 40, 41, lil. Idl. 172. lib. 200 Bi.iham. Melissa 104, 1.12 Bngnone, . lierri 84 Brill. K.uen 104, 145 Brill, Trina 142 Brister, John bl Broadland, Nancy 15 Broadland, Ronald Broadivay, Retta 84 Brown. Bradley 104 Brown. Jan 61. 186 Brown. Jim 2d, bl, 12b, 127 Brown, John ' , W Brown, Ted 61, 178 Bnimmill, Sarah 21. ' ' 5, 1.14, Idl Btunetl, Mike ' W Bninner, Ruth 20, 104 Brunson. Kathy 104 Bunk. Randy 11. 104 Burger. Rohm 104. 140 Burnham. Paula 1 7b Burns. Carl 10. 45. 185. 2d2. 2.14 Butler, David ' ' 5 Butner, Limla 84, 141 Burton. Beth 61. 17d Bylield. Christy 84 ccc Caddell. Debbie 104 Caddell. James 15 Cade. Alan 11. 45. 84 Cam. Kelly H. 41). 85 Calhoun, Jill 20. 85 Callahan. Denise 104 Cameron. Jane 15 Cameron. Jim 61. 201 Campbell. Patricia 15 Carlon, Daniel 22, 2d, 85 Carlon, George 2d, 104 Carlson. Russell 85 Carney. Cathy bl. 134. 112. 205 Carney. Colleen " JS. 99, 117. Id4. 123 Carpenter. Curt 95. 142. 145 Carrier. Christine bl Carrier. Connie 85. «;. 141 Carroll. Chris 105 Carlwrighl. Anita 15. 1.18 Cartwright. Chris 105 Cartwright. David 85. 130 Cartwright, Jett Case. Carolyn 85 Case. James 85. 134. 142. 144. 145. 53 Cass. Beth bl. 140, 141. 18b. lib. 210 Cassidy. John 23. 85 Cassidy, Shelly 95 Castillo, Patsy Chabol. Phil 85 Chamness. Christine 105 Chapman. Kelly 85 Cheney. Clilford 23, 105, 142, 144 Chichester, Dawn bl. HI Chichester, Kristine 85 Chick, Darylyn 32. 95 Child. Deborah 62 Choate. Rick 62. 130 Cisneros. Joe 85, 53 Cisneros. Lisa 28. 62. 138. 112. 201. 232 Clark. David 11. 105 Clark. Dwayne Clarke. David 40, 41, 85 Clay. Bill 85. 134 Clizbe. Kevm 45. 62. 182, 212 Coker, Cindy 14. 62. 122. 203 Collart. David 105 Collins. Jennifer 95, 132. 131. 141 Conijn, John 85 Connell. Peter 45. 95 Connell. Tim 32 Cook. Kan 15 Cooper. Danielle Cooper. Jim 11. 105. 165. 42 Copeland. Robert Cornwell. Tim 19. IS Corpus. Angela 105 Cor r ion. David Corrion. Shelly 95 Craig, Cindy 85 Crawford. Kevin 40. 41. 61. 62. 131, 4.. Cummins. Dorothy 95 Cummins. Karen 62 Curran. Catherine DDD Dalgliesh. Homer 15 Dalgliesh. Laura 62. 132 Darst. Barb IS Davis. Mike 105. 42 239 Daws. Paul 19. 85. 134. 142. 145 Davis. Bob 22. 95 Davis. Teri 14. 62. 124. 221 Davison. Richard Dauiley. Karen 105. 140. 142. 143 Dawson. Cheryl 85. 125 Dean, Jodi 37, 105. 142 Dean. Todd 23. 95. 101 Dearing. Sam 62 DeBoer. Tammv 95 DeCoede. Amos 95. 139 DeGoede. Cathii 105 DeGoede. Dennis DeHon. Karen 31. 62. 30. 142. 143. 194. 222. 234. 236 Dembowski. Ann 85. 125 Denke. Alan 105. 142 Denton. Kirk Desmarais, Laureen 85, 139 DeSole Glenn 95 Dickerson, June 105 Dilley, Jerri 62 Dixon. Elaine 62. 148 Dixon. Paul 19, 95. 101 Dompe. Tammy 95 Dorais. Luc 62 Dougliss. Scoli 23. 95 Dubenic. Jane 105 Dully. Lisa 95 Dully. Lori 62. 176. 212. 213 Dully, Shan 21. 62. 161. 166. 176 Dummins. David 62. 63. 125. 191 Duncall. Julie 85 Duranceau. David 23. 95, 142. 143 Duranceau. Gary 195. 142. 143. 42 Durham. Jerrv 85 Dutton. Lisa 32, 63, 1 77 Dve, Kim 14, 95, 122, 123 Dye. Mark 19. 85 Dvkers, Sigrid 21. 63. 127. 142. 144. 198. 204. 208 EEE 240 Eberl, Willard 105 Eckerl, Melinda 105. 126 Edwards. Inger 21. 94. 95. 117. 134. 123 Eerkes. Sarah 95. 146 Egbers. Nancy 12. 63. 65. 125. 131. 190. 222 Eide. Lori 63. 1 79 : isen, Brian 95 i ' iien. Peggy 85, 138 Lllslrom, Venila 14, H5, 117, 122. 138, 141 Blioll, Amy 95, 117, 135 Ellis, Mardee 85, 8( . 114. 116 Elsinga. Brenda 85. 124. 32. 139 Empey. Mike 105. 42 Engbrechl. Joel 63. 125. 221 EngbrechI, Paul 32. 63 Epting. Mark 63. 125. 200 Erickson. Kirsten 21. 95. 138 Erickson. Rhonda 63. 197 Erspamer. Joni 20. 28, 63, 121. 139. 171. 174. 188 Eschbach. Tami 85. 133. 139 Esparza. Kim 105 Espinosa, Debbie 105 Evans. Brian 10. 11. 40. 61. 62. 63. 133. 182. 200. 212. 234. 235 Evans. Michelle 95 Exelby. Joan 105. 137. 139, 140 Exelby, Robert 96 Exelby, Susan 63, 221 FFF Faber, Carloine 96 Faller. Jodie 63. I 76. 213 Faller. Larry 85 Fallis. Leah 96, 101, 117. 139 Farra, Kalhy 9b Fawcelt. Leilani 21. 96. 117. 134. 138 Feebeck. Colleen 63. 124. 170. 205 Feebeck. Debbie 85 Filield. Naomi 96 Filield. Phil Fisher. Eric 12. 19. 96 Fisher. Jana 105 Fisher. Jodeen 32. 63. 134. 186. 192. 194. 205. 28 Fisher, Lis.j 20. 63 Filzger.M. Christopher 19. 86 Fladebo. Caria 64. 130. 174 Fleming, Jefl 85 Fleming. Judy 9b. 142. 143 FU ' shman. Dayna 105 Flitton. Mark 23. 22. 85 Florea. Maureen 85. 122. 126 Folkertsma. Jeannelle 64. 139. 214. 215, 21b Follis. Tv 32. 33. 40. 64. 200. 42 Forbes. Carol 8b. 139. 142. 145 Force. Deana V6 Force. Knstine 86 Force. Paul 64 Force. Yvonne 104. 105 Forrester. Carl 96 Foss. Rod 105 Fox. Tom 9b Frailer. Karen 9b. 134 Frailer. Kelli 32. 33. 64. 114. lib. 125. 187. 149 Frailer. Richard 45. 64 Frederick. John 105. 134. 42 Frederick. Karen 10. 11. 21, 36, 37, 86, 134 Fredrickson. Amy 14, 3b. 37, 88. 86. 139. 142 Friend. Brian 19. 105, 42 Froling. Steve 86, 134, 142, 144 Fry. Deena 86. 126 Fry. Melinda 86. 115. 116 Furin. Joe 23. 105 GGG Gaddis. Ken 86 Galbrailh. Stephanie 20. 36. 86 Garland. James 1 9. 96 Garia, Paula 64, 205 Gales. Debra 3b. 37. 84. 86 Gelatl. David 86, 125 Gibson. Ethel 96 Gilbert. Bobbie 96 Gilbert. John 105. 134 Gilbert. Tom 8b. 117, 135. 141 Cilbertson. Becky 37. 105 Gilbertson. Rohm 28. 29, 64, 120. 174. 192. 193. 233 Gillillan. Danny 64. 1 74. 185 Gillespie. Melody 96 Cilpatrick. Michael 90, 48 Gladfelter, Sue Goeti, Penny 96, 139 Goldsberry, Ken 96 Golliver, Chris 105 Golliver. Michael 86 Golliver. Roxanne 86. 122. 123 Gonzales. Josephine 86 Good. Desiree 20. 86 Good. Tracy 96 Goodhew. Vicki 105 Goodwin. Barbara 86 Grace. Karen 96 Grace, Kobi 27, 64 Graham. Piper 86. 141 Gran. Todd 105 Gran. Tracy 64. 131. 141. 178. 203. 214. 216 Granger. Stacey 64 Grant. Karin 197 Gray. Rhonda 105, 132 Gray. Tom 86 Grebenor. Grace 8b. 122, 123 Grebenor, Mark 45. 125 Grey. Royalean 170. 173 Greydanus. Brian 79, 105. 42 Creydanus. Scott 64. 125. 181 Greydanus. Stewart 19. 40. 86 Gubrud. Colleen 86. 115, lib. 121. 124. 134 Guernsey. Brent 96 Gunerius. Shelly 105 Gustalson. Sandra 105 Gutierrez. Shawn 105 HHH Haase. Karen 86. 122. 139. 123 Haglund. Lvnne3l. 64. 117. 134, 137, 140. 141. 208 Hall. Krista 94. 9b. 117. 133. 134. 1.19. 123 Hall. Wendy 8b. 121. 122. 134. 139 123 Halliday. Bernadette b4. 52. 233 Halliday, Evangeline 32. 64. 126, 139 171, 176. 191. 197, 53, 228 Halliday. Matthew 19. lOb. 108, 139. 47 Hamburg, Daryl 86 Hamburg. David 45. 8b. 19. 1.14. 1.19 Hancock. Brad 65 Haney. Ten 106 llanseth. Stacey 9b Hanson. Darren 10b. 126 Hanson. Robert ' 6 Hanslad. John 8b. 139 Hanstad. Tim 26. 65. 120. 179. 210 Hardy. Rohm 106 llargis. Erin 96 Haries. Lisa 65. 22b. 227. 228 I Urns. Mike 87 Harrison. Charlie 87 Harrison. Charlyne 106 llarrohl. Denise 65. 66, 125. 174. 222. 226. 227. 228 Haivanek. Gail 106. 132 Hatcher. Scoll SI Haupl . Marv S7 Hawkins. Ki ' llv ' 6 Hawkins. Ken 106 Hayes. Brian 6 Hayes. Howard S6. 125 Haves. Kalhi 117. 126 Hayfanl. Raymond 106 Hay ton. John 106 Heckenhable. Rick 65. 124. 125 Hedding. TC ' b. 134. 139 Heenan. David 19. Hb. 125 Hemet. Scoll S6 Hem. Brett 23. 65. 125 Heller. David 96 Hemnes. Krislal 65. 117. 125. 214. 216. 225 Hensley. Jon 96. 124. 139 Herring. David 106 Hickman. Tami 106 Hickman. Tina 21, 86 Hicks. John 23. 86 Hiestand. Anita 86 Higgins. Cindy 14. 86 Hill. Kalhryn 86 Hinlon. Pam 97. 142. 143 Hoag. Megan 86 Hoag. Susan 65. 130. 178. 203. 214. 215. 216 Hoback. Jed 19. 19(,. 142. 143 Hobbs. Kristal 20. 87. 134. 139 Hogberg. Holly 86 Holboy. Philip 40. 65. 144 Holden. Janice 33. 86. 114. 116. 124. 138 Holden. Julie 97. 117. 134 Holder. Nancy 65. 1 7b Holmslrom. Sara 86. 142. 144 Holt. Caroll 87 Holt Jackie 97. 122. 132. 137 Hough, Eddie 65 Howell. Allison 65. 66 Howell. Cheryl 20. 63. 121. 126. 174. 188. 189, 192. 209. 227. 232 Howell. Mark 97 Howe. Andrea 86. 134 Hullstodt. Ronald 12. 97. 125 Hughes. Angela 106 Hughes. Dianne 20. .i3. 87. 134. 139. 121. 53 Hughes. Erin 140. 137. 106 Hughes. Sean 87 Hughes. Sieve 97 Huiiinga. Paul 19. 97. 126 Hutzenga. Tim 19. 106 Hulsey. David 97. 133 Hunsucker. Mary 1 76 Hunter. Dawn 14, 97 Hunter. Sonny 87 Hurd. Roger 19. 8b, 53 Hurd. Ruth 21. 37. 106 Hurley. Chris 97. 139 Hurley. Rulh 122. 141. 138 Huscussom. Carlyne 97 HI Iverson. Bonnie 35, 65. 170. 117, 205 Iveison. Molly ( 6 JJJ Jacks. Jay 10b. 47 Jacobsen. Debbie Janus. Stephan 55. 66. IM 1 4. 54 Jenne. Lisa 66. 69. 142. 144. 20S Jewetl. Greg bt Jewett. Laurie Hb Jewett. Michael 66. i.? ?. 214. 21b Jhaven. Nileena 55. 66. 17H. 54 Johannesen. Jamie 66. 232 Johannesen. Karen Sb Johnson. Colleen 97 Johnson, Cynthia 142 Johnson. Diane 14. I Ob Johnson. Heidi bb Johnson. Lori 32. 10b. 134 Johnson. Maria 87 Jones. Cindy 97 Jones. Chelly 97 Jones. Doug 10b Jones. Julie bb. 124. 126. 127. 12S. 129. 19S. 190. 204. 214. 215. 216 Jones. Kevin 87. 125 Jones. Mike 91 Jones. Russell bb. 125. 142 145. 221 Jones. Sherry 10b Jonkheer. Nancy 20. 97. 101. 134. 135. 139. 123 Jordan. Paula bb. 181 Juarez. David 97 Juarez. Junior 106. 42 Jungquist. Ctary 45. 97 Jungquist. Jeannie 97 KKK Kager. Robert J 06 Kamh. Eluabelh 31. 87 Kamb. Mike 97, 139 Kammenga. Ricahard 12b. 127 Karshner. Karrie 97. 139 Kasbaum, Lisa 97 Katwyk. Patricia 20. 97. 117 Kearney, Bryan 97 Kearney. Erin 66. 1 74 Keilges. Kevin 19. 87. 125 Kelley. Colleen 60. 117. 121. l.fS. 138, 142. 143. 192. 201. 224. 22b Kelley. Maureen 97. 1.12 134. 142 Kelly John 97. Ib3 Kelsev. Karen 97 Kemble. William 97 Kerley. Pat 137. 141. 179. 195. 213. 124. 215 Kerley. Paul 97 Kerley. Stephen 125 Kesler. David 97 Kesli. Marianne 87. 117. 141 Hidanemiriam. Jacob 22. 23, 55, bb. 194 King. Jeff 66 King. John bb. 189 Klinefelter, Joyce 87 Klug, Martin 10b, 139, 47 Knapp. April 10. 11. b7. 117. 184 Knapp. Lisa 14. 97 Knoernscbild. Keith 45. 125. 4b Knox. Carol 87 Knox. Patty 10b Koelie. Kerry 97 Kortlever. Sherri 67. 170 Kraft. James 19, 106, 109. 139. 42 Krangnes. Mark 19. 12b Krieger. Lisa 97 Kneger. Rulhie b7. 191 Krieger. Vera 106 Kromann. Son a 97 Kruilhof. Hans 37. 136 LLL Huddle. Becky 97. 137, 1.18 Hudson. Barbara 97. 99. I} :l Hudson, Jeffrey 87 Hudson, V.inrv 87. 1.19 Johnson. Michael 37. 87 Johnson, Mike 87 Johnson, Pam 10b Johnson, Paul 97. 130 Lahore. Stanley 97. 142. 145 Lake. Pat b7 Lane. Jeff 106 Lane. Jill 67. 1 79 Lane. Scott 19. 42 Lang. Albert 106 Langness. Lisa 32. 87. 125 Lamer. Cheryl 87 Larrabee Sandy 67 Larson. Diane 14. 84. 87. 88 Larson. Pam 32. 67. 114. 116. 134. 175. 187. 205. 28. 227 Lawson. Cathy 106. 140 Lawson, Robby 97 Lear. Cynthia 67. 142. 143. 144. 201 Lear. Jim 106. 142. 145 146 Lee. Angel 87. 140. 141 Lee. Kristin 87 Lee. Phil 106 Leitner. Chris 106 Lemke. Scoll 97 Lemmon. Balisa 3b. 67. 38. 220 Lemmon. Sammy 14. 97. 139 Lennarli. Julie 97 Leonard, Barbara 67 Levaque. Kirk 19. 106. 42 Levaque. Knsten 97. 117 Lewis. Jill 87 Lewis. Rav 67. 191 Lmd. Melody 117. 141 Lindgren. Jolene 141. 142. 143 Llarenes. Felipe 67. 55 Llarenas. Miriam 55. 67 Lloyd. Julie 23. 87. 117, 125 Lockard. Robert 97 Logan. Paul 67. 125 Lohman. David 68. 126. 127. 220 Lohman. Manly 106. 126 Long. Deborah 106. 139. 142 Lopez. Leia 97 Loy, S€oll 45 Lundquisl. Gary 97. 139. 142. 145 Lundqwsi. Lori 87. 133, 138. 142 Luong. Cbuong 27. 54. 68 Luong. Ha 54. 68 Lupinacci. Michael 97, 139 Lupinacci. Tern 88. 122. 139 Luvera. John 97 MMM 242 Mackey. Mania 87. 132. 139, 142 Mac hi n, Joey 106 Magee, Kim 174, 212. 226. 227. 228 Mallory. Curtis 98 Manduchi. Tracy 14. 68. 117. 124 Manor. Sandy 106. 140 Manor. Tricia 87. 138 Marble. Curt 19. 107. 42 Marble, Kelly 98 Marble, Shern 68, 1 74 Marcus, Nancy 98 Markly. Lisa 26. 98. 142. 144. 145. 146 Martin. Carol 68 Martin. Denise 107 Martin. Kim 125. 176 Martin. Sheila 88 Martin. Ten 1 73 Mason. Chns 107 Mason. Jeff 88 ' -fason. Lon 107 ' atthews. Jeffery 107 latlson. Jon 88. 125 ■■ ' .lu.ien. Ronette 107. 137. 140 ■ upins. John 10. 11. 22. 23. b8. 45, 136. 142. 143. 47 McBnde. Robecka 98. 141 McBride, Roberta 80 McCadam. Jerry 12. 142. 145 McCadam. Kan 68. 131. 140 141. 159. 177. 198 McCain. Lisa 68 McCain. Matthew 107, 19 McClellan, Patty 88 McCormick, Doug 68, 129, 142, 143, 234, 235, 236 McCulley Melody 98 McCulchin, Scott 23, 107, 47 McCutchin. Vicki 20. 68. 117. 122. 134. 143. 142. 208. 123 McDonald. Lon 21. 98 McDonald. Steve 88 McDowell. Debbie 90 Mcewen. David 98 McFadden. Linda 68. 124 McFarland. Lloyd 98 Mc Keller. David 98. 141 McLalchy. Laura 14. 98, 119. 139 Mclaughlin. Colin McStolls. Michelle 107 Mellon. Laura 68. 120. 131. 193. 195. 201. 212 Merrell. Jem 98. 132, 139. 142. 145 Mettle. Clella 107 Metz. Greg 23. 68 Meyer. Eric 98 Meyer. Kathy 107 Meyer. Kurt 19. 88 Meyers. Marylyn 21. 98. 139 Meyers. Tammy 107 Micheau. Jerry 141 Micheau. Ritchie 88. 142. 144. 145 Mickelson. Mary 68. 134. 186 Milas. Guy 98 Miller. David 98 Miller. Greg 119. 126. 139 Miller. Joni 68. 172 Miller. Joseph 80 Miller. Juhe 107 Miller. Kristin 118 Milne. Devon 98. 141 Minaker. Darrell 98 Minor. Bryan 23. 98 Minor. John 23. 107. 47 Mitcham. Meagan 21. 29. 98. 101. 117. 134. 138 Moena. Mark 1 9 Mohr Brian 197. 139. 142. 145 Mohr. David 68. 136. 179. 195. 20O 213. 214. 215 Molenaar. Gina 88. 132 Monroe. Jamie 98. 132 Montoya. Juanita 68. 126. 194. 195 Moore. James 69 Moore. Janice 20. 98. 132 Moore. Ronda 107 Moore. David 10 7 Moores. David 19. 107. 42 Moores, James 131. 172. 196. 199. 207. 220. 223. 53 Morgan. Paul 88 Morrell. Barbara 69. 131. 132. 198. 177 Morrell. Beverly 107. 142 Morris. Misti 107 Morrison. Darrin 107 Mortvedt. Erik 107. 139. 47 Mucke. Brannon 98 Murray. Kevin 88 Murray. Susan 98 Myers. Bobbie 125 NNN Necas. Greg 125. 52 Nelson. Bob 69. 139 Nelson. Carey 98. 47 Nelson. Corey 19, 107, 45 Nelson, Danelle 10, 11, 88, 117, 138 Nelson. Denise 88, 157 Nelson. Danny 107. 47 Nelson. Douglas 19. 40. 88 Nelson. Laurie 98 Nelson, Loran 107 Nelson. Lorraine 88, 142, 143 Nelson, Mark 19. 45. 88, 47 Nelson. Pam 88. 140 141 Nestle. Susie 98 Ness. Greg 19. 107. 42 Neuendorf. Robert 125 Newman. Terry 125. 1 74 Nichols. Mary 125. 126, 127. 128 Norback. Mary 69 North. Robert 12. 19. 98. 101 Norton. Susan 98 Noyes. Tami 69. 1 72. 1 76 Nystrom. Janice 32. 98 000 Oakland. Judi 32. 86. 88. 138 Odegaard. Bruce 69. 184 Ogden. Lynn 88. 117. 135. 139. 123 Oldow. Mike 69 Olszewski. Carolyn 99, 141 Onkst. Doug 19. 88 Osborne. Mickey 99. 101 Otis. Darrel 19. 45. 99 Otis. Scott 99 Otis. Shelia 107. 140 Otto. Keilh 107 Overby Kristie 20. 28. 36. 69. 121. 134. 186. 192. 204. 38. 123. 148. 149. 220. 53 Ozuna. Cindi 88. 141. 140 Ozuna. Felix 107 PPP Painter. Kern 107 Panzero. Rhonda 99. 140. 141 Panzer o. Ronnie 107 Parker. Jell 99 Parker. Mike 107 Partridge. Amber 99. 1.14. 142. 143 Partridge. Michelle 88. 122. 138 Partridge. Randy 19. 99 Partridge. Vanessa 88. 114. 116 Patterson. Becky 10. 11. 28. 33. 61. 69. 120. 131. 134. 173. 182. 204. 220 Payne. Lee Anne 99. 101. 114. 116 Payne. Lisa 69. 125. 183. 232 Pearson. Cindy 69. 125. 232 Pearson. Dana 99 Pearson. Kan 99 Pearson. Michelle 107. 140 Pearson. Tim 19. 45. 88. 46 Pederson. Alan 19. 99 Pederson, Dan 108 Pederson. Randy 69, 142. 145. 221 Peterson. Glenn 108 Peterson. Nick 108 Peterson. Jeff 32. 33. 69. 136. 185. 69, 213. 214. 215. 234. 235 Peterson. Ml 32. 108 Phillips. Eric 108. 139 Phillips. Sheila 88 Philips. Sherwin b9 Pierce. Matt 19. 45, 88 Pihl. Andrea 14. 69. 117. 124. 139. 189. 214. 216 Pmson. Kelly 108 Pippin. Mike 108. 142. 143 Pirkle. Lance 108. 42 Pirkle. Loren 40. 69, 200 Pollino. Chris 31. 18. 66. 69. 121. 147. 184, 186, 196 Poppe, Jill 99, 117, 134, 138. 123 Powell. Robby 88. 130 Powers. Ronald 108 Poyner, Tami 88 Frailer. Rhonda 20. 108 Pratt. Eric 108 Pntchard. Brad 12. 45. 99. 121. 128 Pritchard. David 108 Pntchard. Laura 71. 115. 116. 120. 125. 131. 187, 195, 201 Prothero, Ralph 108 Pulver, Derek 108 Purdy, Bonila 88 Pumer. Mark 99 QQQ Quail, Kay 37. 94. 20. 101. 121. 134 Quinn. Paul 2b. 99 RRR RandalL Bill 33. 136. 185 Randall, Sharon 108 Ranlett. Gail 28, 32, 125, 177, 193, 195, 201, 71 Ravnik, Stuart 55 Reep, Robbie 88 Rees, Celeste 99 Rees, William 88, 125 Reeves, Mike 108, 162 Reichlin, Bei erly 99 Reinke, Vickie 88, 130, 131, 141 Revell, Becky 70, 130, 176 Reynolds, Elizabeth 108 Reynolds, Kathleen 99 Reynolds, Leanne 132, 140, 141 Richards. Jeff 108. 126, 139. 142. 143 Rickelts, Susan 108, 140 Riggs. Jeff 108 Roberson. Angle 99 Robertson. Peter 32. 88. 142, 143 Robinson, Dawn 14. 108 Robinson, Heather 15, 88, 123 Rockwell, Wendy 108, 137 Rogers, Brooke 26, 141, 163 Rogers. Cole 125 Rolfson. Eric 99 Roozekrans. Francis 99. 129 Roozen. Mike 10. 11. 23. 88 Rosenbach. Todd 1 9. 88 Rouw. Michael 19. 108 Ruacho. Christina 108 Rudert. Douglass 70 Ruiz. Beverly 20. 70. 117. 138. 202 Ruiz. Ralph 19. 108. 42 Ruiz. Teresa 99 Ruiz. Tony 99 Ruskin. Shannon 70 Rutan. David 142. 143 sss Saben, Tammy 99 Sager. Paul 19. 42 Sand. Keyna 70 Sanders. Wayne 88 Sather. Sandra 14 Schink. Linda 94. 99. 101. 121. 132. 134. 139 Schink. Susan 12. 28. 71. 134. 190. 222. 229 1 H i - Hi 1 wkL , I H ■ HkV v .» F Schmidt. Doyle 19. 99 Schmidt. Joe 19. 108 Schmidt. Jon 88 Schofield. Paul 23 Schrekber. Kenee 21. 37. 99. 117. 139 Schreitels. John 67. 70. 225 Schreifels. Kelly 108 Scloes. Tim 19. 108. 141. 47 Scott. Julie 99 Seaman. Dave 19. 99 Sellen. Vincent 119 Semrau. John 19. 88. 139 Serna. Eddie 70 Serna. Jon 88 Sheahan. Carleen 108. 142, 143 Shepard. Monica 108 Shepherd. Tina 108 Shinn. Rochelle 108 Shuert. Jeffrey 108 Shuert. Tim 89. 142 Siegal. Joseph 121. 125 Simon. Scott 22. 23. 61. 70. 139. 142. 144. 194. 214. 216 Simpson. Connie 99. 132 Simpson. Kevin 19. 108 Sizelove. Lisa 12. 27. 89. 117. 121. 122. 125. 134 Skay. Alan 108. 142. 145. 183 Skay. Dan 32. 70. 125. 134. 47. 53 Skudlarek. Cindy 89 Skudlarek. Greg 13. 70. 127. 126, 189. 182. 227 Small. Kristi 89 Smith. Donna 15. 28. 70. 191 Smith. Joann 70. 134. 138 Smith. Kevin 99 Smith. Kim 15. 89. 134 Snowden. Kevin 45. 99 Snyder. Brenda 70. 99. 183 Soderbom. Leila 71. 170 Solver, David 1 00 Soucy. Dianne 12, 31. 28. 71. 134, 139, 171. 121. 224, 52 Soucy, Joe 32, 33, 108, 134, 139 Speedy, Katie 15, 89 Springer, Robert 19, 100, 141 Spink, Dick 11, 28, 71, 207, 220, 223, 53, 234 Sprouse, Erik 89 Stealy, George 108, 42 Steffen, Ricky 100 Stemhagen. David 71 Stemhagen. Gary 89, 125 Stephenson, Scott 19 Stevens, Randi 1 73 Stevens, Gary 108 Stewart. Chris 1 72 Stewart. Eileen 100 Stewart. Chris 19. 69. 71 Stewart. Gwen 100 Stewart. Mike 19. 108 St John. Jon 71. 130 Stevens. Theresa 100 Stevens. Gary 71 Stilwill. Kathi 71 Stone. Shirley 71. 170 Storbakken. Judy 12. 89. 116. 140. 141 Star bak ken. Ross 19. 100. 114 Slowell. Martin 89. 125 Siralton. Dianne 89 Siratton. Richard 89. 121. 125 Sluber. Mike 71. 223 Sturdy. Kari 71. 139. 140. 141. 196. 228 Sturdy. Kay 100. 139. 123 Sullivan. Dorothy 20. 100. 117. 134. 123 Sullivan. Randi 108 Summers. Alice 28. 31. 71. 121. 134. 173. 189. 224 Summers. Edward 12. 45. 100. 121. 138 Summers. Michael 88. 89, 134 Sutherland. Damn 19, 89 Sutton, Jana 100, 119, 140, 141 Swain, Roxann 100 Swanson, Carol 14, 73, 203, 225 Swanson, Eric 73. 181 Sward. Sallie 31. 100 Swett. Kelly 109. 137 Swiderski. John 19. 109. 42 Sybrandy. Ashley 45. 73. 126. 138. 1 79. 182, 28. 227. 228 Sybrandy. Chris 109 Sybrandy. Lucy 89. 138 Sykes. Don 19 TTT 138 Taplin. David 100. 142. 143 Tarry. Janme 89. 88. 121. 122. 141. Taylor. Renee 100 Taylor. Scott 109 Theodorsson. Margaret 72 Thomas. Bev 31. 72. 121. 122. 181. 204. 222. 53. 228 Thomas. Karen 109 Thompson. Slaci 109. 140 Thomsen. Kris 100 Thornton. John 125 Tillman. Andrew 109. 142. 143 Tilson. Jodi 109 Tisdale. Mark 19. 109. 142. 143 T,ersland. Chris 29. 100. 142. 145 Torres. Maria 26. 72. 210 Trainor. Angela 100 Treloar. Patricia 99. 100. 137. 138 Trieu, Hiep 54, 72 Troutner, David 140 Troutner. Mike 23 Truchon. Chere 89 Tucker, Robby 119 Trucker, Teresa 72. 28. 120. 173. 175. 182, 204, 209, 210 vvv VanAllen. Terry 72 Van De Grift. Sean 109 Vanderhyde, Lance 72, 134 Vandervis. Roxanne 109 Van Pelt. Mark 19. 89. 126. 127, 129 VanPelt. Shelley 100, 126. 129 Van Pelt, Robert 19, 109, 126 VanSluytman. Mike 100 Van Staalduine, Dana 100, 124, 132. 137, 139 Van Staalduine, Jan 89 Vaux, Carolyn 109, 142, 145 Virden. Kim 100 Viscalla, Elie 133 WWW Wai. Philip 100 Wallace, Cindy 32. 72 Walker, Betsey 100 Walker. Jeanna 95. 100 Walker. Shay 10. 11, 45. 72. 184 Walser. Mark 19. 89. 124 Walton. Karl 72. 197 Watkinson. Dan 19, 100 Watson. Eddie 19. 91. 100 Weaver. Nancy 72 Weidemann. Tim 19. 89. 134 Wells. Stewen 109. 134. 142. 143 Welts. Cavid 100. 133. 134. 138 Wendland. Dean 19 Wendland. Keith 73 West. Caria 73 125. 134. 138. 141, 176, 225 West. Charlotte 109 West, Doug 18. 45. 89. 90, 91 West, Jeff 89. 122. 139 Wetsch. John 29. 31. 73. 28. 66, 69, 121. 186. 196. 147 Wetsch. Susan 73. 188 Weymouth. David 89 White, Carolyn 10. 11. 20, 28, 29, 36, 38, 73, 175. 210, 220 While, Chris 73, 118, 139 White, Melissa 21, 37, 100, 101. 117. 139 Whitinger, Beth 100, 139 Whitlock. Bill 30. 32. 89. 126 Wiegand, Jeff 69. 73. 196 Wilcox. Jeff 40. 100 Wilcox. Susan 109 Wild, Marjorie 100. 139 Wilks. Reese 89. 125 Williams. Theresa 73. 173 Williams. Tracy 100, 115, 116 Willis. Milch 45. 89 Wilhs. Roger 100 Wills. Linda 89. 124. 125 Wills. Rick 40, 73. 140. 141. 209, 42 Wilson, Todd 100, 126, 127 Winge, Cobi 100 Wiskirken. Cathy 66. 73, 1 70 Wiskirken. Nancy 109. 135 Woeck. Maria 73 Wolden. Vonni 28. 73. 120. 134. 173. 182. 183 Wood, Heather 104, 109 Wood. Laura 15. 73. 134. 140. 202 Woodward. Michelle 109 Wright. David 109. 142. 143 Wright. Kenneth 100 Wright. Tammy 109 Wylde. Kathleen 100. 117. 123 Wylie. Denise 109. 134. 140 FACULTY YYY Yeager. Denise 43. 89. 114. 116. 139 YouT gsmar). John 23. 73. 134. 136. 137. 138. 142. 144. 223 Zimmermann. Linda 109 ■ ' . Marci 100 - . 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Frances 156 LeBeau. Bob 164 Lopez. Joe 155 Mattsen. Sharon 154 McCadam. Ed 154 McCutchin. Bill 19. 165 Miller. Nona 154 Negley. Arden 164 Newman. Gary 163 Odegaard. Gordon 157 Page. Olive 154 Parker. Bruce 161 Pearson. Darrell 147. 165. 149 Pearson. Mark 125. 147, 158 Pollino, Thomas 153 Porter, Barbara 163 Quail. Dave 156 Rasmussen. Judy 166 Reiman. Paul 44. 19, 162. 46 Rich. Judy 154 Riggins, William 158 Rosembach. Lynn Ruhl. Janet 131. 167 Schuh. Susan 154 Shaw. Kaye 165 Simpson. Judy 155 Soucy, Adele 154 Suelzle, Merle 154 Summers, John 157 Sundean, Don 157 Swanland. Jean 154 Tait. Karen 20. 165 Thompson. Farrell 21. 37. 164 Watson. Edward Jr 153 Weaver, Marilyn 154 Williams. Allan 19, 40, 164 Wilson, June 155 Masonholder, Andy 46. 47 Burkhalter. Stan 19. 42, 162 1 J . ■yff ' - fi- ' y ' " ' V ' . J ' ' :W -


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