Mount Baker High School - Mountaineer Yearbook (Deming, WA)

 - Class of 1967

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MOUNTAINEER STAFF EDITOR SENIOR ACTIVITIES KATHY VANDERYACHT INTRODUCTION SENIOR HIGH ARTS SANDRA RIDDLE PHOTOGRAPHY EDITOR CLUBS ANNE BRONSON SENIOR CLASS JUNIOR HIGH ARTS DORIS GRAHAM BUSINESS MANAGER JUNIOR HIGH ACTIVITIES VICKIE BENGEN SPORTS CO-EDITOR LINDA HOFFMAN SPORTS CO-EDITOR STAN PARK JUNIOR HIGH CLASSES JR. AND SOPH. CLASSES LINDA LEVAC FACULTY, ADMINISTRATION, SERVICES AND INDEX SHERYL LEAVITT is 'R ,t f -, hw . 4 ...W ., am sq Q if . i ,Q g ,L l 'K ' . i One can never feel quite alone in the halls of Mt. Baker. Walking down an empty hall, one can hear the echo of days gone past. The echo of lockers slamming, voices yelling, and feet shuffling. There also exists an air of expectancy. Any moment the bell might ring, bringing hundreds of students into the hall. One feels the presence of some- thing unseen, whether the halls are empty or full. Often students have had a fleeting glimpse ofa shadow flittering about the hall. An elu- sive shadow which, when looked at directly, disappears. . . ii, 492s -uni ll 'Q -Stiff 'F ...No one ever really leaves Mt. Baker. Not completely. Behind them, everyone leaves a part of themselves with the school. More than their picture on the wall, awards'they have won, or their initials carved on a desk-they leave a memory. And it is this memory which echoes in the halls, or is seen only as a shadow. 1 4? l 'L eil, 1 1 . 5, X W f - ' . 1 19. ., L' f 'fgfif in Y! fi-if X W ,.-V WL. kai, -- -1 ' Eg., K , 1 0 1 -A ,mf ..b,.g, A J 134. pf . .Q S .W f . Ezi - - ,- , -Q'-ww--1 In h 1. f' 5 ,- , b LQ Rx iv Na, i I " - .,f, 4 L5j gf fEC"sf' Ai' 11' , L. ' 'I .'.-- Q 1 'l,,,,.: .r 1 1 Q ff '7s'v5'i"Z -' --':f E "l:bbk' 7' ' ' :aisiefbfff My , .sf' 'E 'N'W?xz ' rw lx Fifi'- D ,A .4 A ' W i .N In 4 Ai AAAA f ,1,.,. il ...,A, W 1g:sm M., h Q "li" Q " --.,1 A . . gf - if' -' is . ..,L A, -. r ef 1 ' at .M ., 5 fx jf Ak t i 4 , Xi ml!! QW! 1 h Wai.. 'gl xx y . : ' 5, . ".' L . z 41' A rg s x 4 T Q3 Q it f s, K 'rt ' Y 3 T 'f xg it --Q 5 s 1 ai 5 , eu fi' R 4 fa- , QE 1523 Q ocicome HBOHRQ comm CLHB-Ky Whether yelling at a game, decorating for a dance studying for a test, or saying the flag salute, the Mountaineers have discovered the secret of doing together. f Y N K- mu.. A W L"Exnr ' 1 N' ' ' -5.-J' .u'K ,Ni --if QM Ax 1 wg lg- A B 'U Y.. . ' 1- 't' lv' - . . Y uh I . ,4'h4,.3' , ., .' fl X N, 'l v 4 V . t tk' V ' 5 i .,- I 4- ,eq Q ,P it H , , :Nav 5 'S lp. wi v 'U 'l W' . ' ' fr +3 . f zu- X A - . -. 9 4. -xg M . .f ' bfi 'M "'.:.-H .A .in sa ,, .Xe A. wifi 3' x EA 4, , ' N V1 Y ' ,' -:fs Q ' ' A ' wk f AQI- --'LL A Y x'kx WaLw'fL Q' "" V ' L8 2 ,gs NT 54 e Dedicated December 11, 1925, Mount Baker Union High School was the pride of the upper Nooksack Valley. From the sur- rounding country-side, rich in natural re- sources, the school drew its wealth and its students. ln return, the "Little Red School House" became worthy of the boasts of the country-side, and was accorded recogni- tion in national magazines. The high school became a reflection of the development of the surrounding area. As the Mt. Baker area became a popular recreation spot, and the rich farm land of the upper Nooksack Valley was exploited, Baker Union High SchooI's original staff of eight enlarged to accommodate demands for increased technological and vocational experience. Today, Mt. Baker Junior-Senior High School works to uphold the tradition of excellence. We hope that our community is still as proud of us as it was in 1925. ' ,Li x. M M we K Sign N GM. gm V +2 1 A .X . ,X XXX- X , X L Af X X:-X iiiibx 2 E N X X X X XX 3 X X X X ,XXX X r :X K X X . X S X K... X X v X X 1 F9 XXX: .fix g SX X1 vii. .Xk.. X 5 XX ,. XX XXX 1 . XL X . . MXQ- ,XX X. XXX, is X X li - .. 1 ,XX X, -X . X- ,..ffz-Xu .. . Q :KSA - X . - .- XNXX Xfw- . -X. - X X V -7 K 19" YY QQ ADMINISTRATION I l Mft' Mr. William Castles-Superintendent, Mr. Hsu, visiting Math Professor from the University of Hong Kong. There is a building close to the school which students rarely notice. Behind these office doors are people who care about the school. They determine school policies, advise the school, and decide the rules and regulations. Mr. Castles and the School Board have done an excellent job, both for the school district and the community. Mr. Kermit Sande, Mr. George Impero, Mr. William Castles-Superintendent, Mr. James Galbraith- Chairman, Mr. Shirley R. Daniels, Mr Oddmund Valum lt 5, ,1 F . 1 ss, 3 , lx? , """-. Zn? I - xx .,v' 2 ADMINISTRATION Planning class schedules, supervising classes, and handing out dreaded pink slips or cherished green ones, are only a few of the responsibilities of our admini- stration. Much of their private time and energy is devoted to dances, games, club projects, and other student activities. Mr. Johnson, in his seventh year at Baker, has shown his concern for the students through his many unselfish efforts on their behalf. This year, in addition to teaching, Mr. Headlee has taken over the responsibilities of Vice-Principal. With Mrs. Syre and Mr. Rose as counselors, no one at Baker can feel he is friendless. They have the job of establishing and main- taining personal contact with the students. Through individual conferences with the students, they guide and direct them in college and vocational plans. l Q-l Mrs. Penny Wilson-English, Reading, Mrs. Velda Wahl--English, Mrs. Marion Bell-English THE ARTS LANGUAGE "The primary purpose of studying a language is to achieve a certain ease of understanding, and a certain fluency of ex- pression in that language. The teachers' goal is to develop the stu- dent's mind so that he is able to express his own ideas on paper. Studying a language contributes to a widening horizon, through contact with other ideas and other people's way of thinking. To teach his students to become self-suf- ficient has been Mr. Hughes goal this year. He feels that in Shop, students should be able to go ahead on their own initiative. Learning to make decisions on their own is an ability which will help them not only in Shop, but in all phases of life. This was also the goal of lVlr. Ford and Mr. Sirguy in their respective fields of music and art. For the second year at Baker, the eighth grade students have benefited from the advantages of team teaching in their Humanities Class. ln this relatively new class, Mr. Ford and Mr. Sirguy work to- gether to promote understanding of art and music, in relationship lu tne develop- ment of man. Mr. Homer Hughes-Shop Mr. Gordon Ford-Music, Humanities Mr. Gary Sirguy-Art, Annual, Humanities fi' r ff W t 9 lain... Mr. William Boulton English, Special Athletics Mrs. Rita McCrory-French, History N 1 1 gin l xii? ,,. 2 . L Mr. .lack Headlee 5 ' X .i 1 Developing the students ability to use history in analyzing their problems is a difficult task, but Mount Baker's History instructors have attempted it and have HISTORY Mr. Chester Baker--History, Special Athletics, Mr. Morton Romstad-History been pleased with the results. They hope the students will make use of this ability in the future. English Speech From the dawn of history on earth to the dawn of history in space, endless cycles and patterns can be found and evaluated. By studying these cycles and patterns, students become more aware of current affairs. They are better able to understand the problems that face the world today, E sf" and those that will most likely face us tomorrow. Those wise enough to profit from the lesson learned in the past, will be better qualified to express their views in the future. Mr. Robert Wilkinsgn Mr. Rolland Holterman History, Special Athletics HiSt0I'y. SD'-Nia' AWCTICS ,f-f1""' Mrs. Kay Syre-P.E., Art, Health PHYSICAL AND SPECIAL EDUCATION Mr. Robert Tisdale-P.E., Spec. Athletics, Health The special education curriculum has been developed to meet the needs, abilities, and interests of the individual student. The teachers make an effort to have each stu- dent feel that he, or she, is a part of the student body and that as a member they have something to contribute. Physical Education and Health attempt to train the body and the mind. These classes encourage individuals to assume an increas- ing responsibility for self direction and for the development of their potentialities. ln Journalism, Mrs. Boynton combines a study of newspaper and newspaper work with intensive experience in writing. ln addi- tion to practical writing, students receive help in developing the power of observation, habits of promptness, and skills of accuracy essential for newswork. Mr. Bronson has given each member of the Photography class an opportunity to learn the basic techniques of picture taking, enlarging, tintlng and mounting. Mrs. Michaela Boynton English, Journalism --""""'---.,.. ,M A. Mrs. Dorthy Anderson Reading, Counseling Mrs. Pauline Barbo-Special Education Mr. Vance Bronson-Photography, Mechanical Draw- Mr. William Jackson-Special Education ing, Driver's Training Mr. Sam McCrory-Science, Mrs. Dorene Thomas-Physics, Chemistry, Mr. Dean Score-Biology Electricity, Miss Muriel Mclnnes-UICSM, Geometry, Miss Lynda Smith-Math, Mr. Robert Baklund- UICSM, Math 9 7 . Mr. Wesley Kentch-Agriculture, Mrs. Olive Curtis- Home Economics rs. Bonnie Richardson-Ass't Librarian rs. Velna Bowen-Librarian I MATH AND SCIENCE The mathematical program stretches from practical problems, where only simple mathematics of the time are used to the knowledge of engineering, aviation, and astronomy. In these classes speed and accuracy are taught. X l fl. hx, 1 ,Q r g.,Q,1 Mrs. Elizabeth Alexander-Typing, Shorthand Mr. John Clark-Typing, Economics Bookkeeping .,w f K. I y we L........,X SPECIAL SERVICES BUS DRIVERS Ernest Harmoney Harold Sweitzer Leonard Stone Clyde Dickey James Buckenmeyer John Holdt R. C. Carbee Vance Bronson Winnie Ristine ,,.. Jens Solvik-Custodian 1 I' O is 'verve Tony Ryan-Custodian -.. .NNMS las... N-2 , .- ,iq,w' ' , 1. TFM: XY 1 , t. .- t ws as Xx.. Q t t isbn Mrs. Norma Thomas District Secretary Mrs. Adrianne Bielaski Office Assistant Mrs. Ruth Nelson School Secretary SPECIAL SERVICES Mrs. Winnie Ristine School Cook Marsha Applington, one of the many students who help prepare and serve our school lunches. '11 'TW Q x "NGS GRADUATING CLASS F- OF 1967 fx L. Q My Vim W L' mitiklwtml xl l ,Ma jp 5' Q KW' ." . . 1. I .I V' K' RW" M 'W 'am' e. 'I'-0 " ,TQAS .gqdid j I .gint - Xb .w X lxfxkllx its-NNI I , ' f1 1" X 1 V A1 is 5 Aw, lib-,,',.1 . D sl tm,-1? 2441: 'fx XX .Af V , IW F gg f , I . 'X . - mv ww .Q 'I L 1w1 -mx 'lu .tl E S J' L? X. 1' gy ' ,W iff. if 5 ' -' 6 'L' W ' Nw XL... I ' R Senior Class Officers Richard Aanes if 'Y W' Linda Aase President DON AMBROSE Vice-President JOEL STROMME Q W 3 lv 4 fa Wayne Adams i e , , Johnee Alex Secretary MARGARET SYRE Treasurer NANCY RILEY Don Ambrose Vicki Bengen Jim Axelson William Ahrens Judith Anderson l ,W .Y 'CP rg! ii a . Q-4-Q Leona Bolen Arlene Brown Leora Curtis I I, XXL K , K f, , Chris Barbo L l B A Bill Bliven Anne Bronson I Frank Bliven + Mike Call Gloria Button Richard CZSSBI Jim Crowder Jean Denson Karen Dierickx Jon Dunn Susan Finsrud Norris Ellertson Susan Ford Drew Felmley Cheryl Fuller Richard Frombly Lois Galbraith Duane Gates Mary Lea Galbraith Jim Gorum 4,405 Doris Graham Seniors Carolling Richard Hanneman ' by I N .1 gif 1 -,.,.,wuunu-vlN"'--- 4' ...af M' " A Annamarie Hamilton Mike Harris Miriam Higbee fi' ,f 'V Jack Headlee Linda Hoffman Jerry Helder Julene Jackson Joe Heller Ann Jacoby Lee Hoines Dana Jordan Terry Impero Rucilla Keiley Ray Jerns Connie Kosa Junior - Senior Banquet Roy Johnson Linda Levac William Kinder X X . Q Y X if v X' t "iw X 1 Anita Martin Robert Leenstra Peggy McClure Scott Lidbeck Sylvia McCullough Tim Lockerby Sandra Moa Ron Martinson Senior Trip i Dona Moline Bryan McKay Janet Moline Keith Mellick Joan Ostrander Rick Monaghan Francis Palmer 5' Gary Olney Kathy Paulson Robert Rode Sandra Riddle s Stan Park Dave Roland Nancy Riley Vicki Richardson Birger Solberg Jim Stafford Penny Scrimsher Kathie Roll Harold Spanski Linda Russell SENIOR TITLES HUMOROUS Jim Stafford Margaret Syre SOPHISTICATED Mike Harris Doris Graham HOT RODDER Bill Filbert Gloria Button FRIENDLIEST Frank 81 Bill Bliven Leora Curtis MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED Scott Lidbeck Janet Moline MOST TALENTED Chris Barbo Marylea Galbraith MOST DEPENDABLE Don Ambrose Susan Finsrud SPORTSMANSHIP Joe Heller Anne Bronson BEST DRESSED Joel Stromme Wendy Thompson BEST COUPLE Ron Martinson Gloria Button Brian Stone Margaret Syre Joel Stromme 0:29 Wendy Thompson Paul Todd Donna Wood Jim Voss Jim Williamson Kathy Vander Yacht Marty Zender CLASS OFFICERS From left to right: Ginger Barr, Pat Arnold, Steve Zender, and Richard Klander JUNIOR CLASS 1 Y l X we J Randy Agnew Steve Agnew Peggy Ambrose Paul Anderson Melvin Applington Pat Arnold Mike Barber Mary Sue Barker Virginia Barr Dale Barter Alex Bartl Carla Beebe Ed Bishop Doris Blow Linda Bowhay Scott Carson Jim Crapo John Crapo Doug Curtis Virginia Dahl Kathy Daw Beverly Dorsing Tom Dunn Lynda Engholm D Sharon Finsrud Shirley Finsrud Greg Frombly Gayle Graham Dale Haaland Clara Hamilton Mike Harrington Glenda Harrison Carol Hathaway Pete Hellyer Dave Henderson Duaine Hicks Ray Hoffman Tom Jackson Morten Jensen Carl Johnson Galen Johnson Lindo Johnson Marvel Johnson Pam Johnson Suzan Jones Pete Keplinger Richard Klander Carol Koehler .- Qey. 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V B S' ,fi Monte Kosa Bill Lamoureaux Bob Larsen Loretta Lawrence Kathy Lawson Sheryl Leavitt Cathy Lee William Lee Gordon Little Ron Loomis Duane Lunde Carol Moline Jan Nace JoAnn Nevins Eileen Ostrander Susan Palmer Alan Parker Vivian Pederson Susan Pefley Bill Pinkey Howard Plank Steve Potter Roy Ratfo Bob Reed Ruth Rensink Phyllis Riddle Carol Roberts Cathy Rank Mike Roosa Paula Root Dan Rothenbuhler Rose Russell Don Sakshaug Marsha Scutvick Delia Silva Larry Sparks Becky Steiner Ken Strand Stan Streubel Theresa Sygifowic Mary Thompson Elba Tiierina Don VanderYacht Linda VanEtten Larry Varang Susan Visser Ann Wales Tom Williamson Analyn Wilson Carol Wood Ken Zamzow Doug Zender Steve Zender Z ' ' rw -Q 5 . Ni swf a -3 Ar CLASS OFFICERS From left to right: Ken Bowhay, Trent Valum, and Randy Carson f", Toler, Don The Frolicking SOPHOMORE CLASS 1- sa. J it Vg is ,X4 gl uf Q X i ' J' 5... dv ,Q dig i AS.. 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'1 x Vickie Adams Tom Anderson Peggy Axelson Margret Bengen Brian Bentley Ken Bowhay Calvin Brown Tom Brune Jim Call Randy Carson Barbara Chudek Bob Clemons Cheri Cowden Barbara Dahl Hugh Daniels Gayle Davis Dave Denson Bill Doremus Jane Duling Bill Engholm Kathy Elsner Cathy Felmley Ben Filbert Emma Jean Finsrud Colleen Froberg Eunice Galbraith Susan Geariety Joanne Grappe Don Hamilton Doreen Hamilton Michael Hammell Timi Hardan Duane Hedberg Bruce Hicks Jim Ingersoll Sandra Jerns Nancy Johnson Vicki Johnson Becky Jordan Mary Katzenmeier Linda Kelley Claude Kremen Echo Kuhner Carol Larsen David Lawson Connie Leavitt Connie Little Cordelia London .F '-f'l7'rPrv' 1.5 X i, . X , . Q if X x - 5 is 9 N 4 in 9. ei ' .Ei 4' . W. -wg isbn' -4? n A EJ ' I tb T r ff gy .,., , . ' al rl e rin 3 eg A .A 1 ' , , , , W-z:-. Q Nfl-1'-"2 , lip., 'ri K 3' or K 1 if fi 4 . -lin" A ,- y 'N a wi l 'R 43:1 W 'I ,A 4 N '2 'A .Q: S-T-.Twz Martin Martines Polo Martines Bryan McCombs Jim McCullough Virgil Mellick Rita Monaghan Mike New Vic Nickols Jim Norris Adena Park Albert Paulson Carla Pederson Judy Pefley Clay Pratt Bud Rector Roberta Reed Fred Richards Janet Roosa Ingrid Root Dan Russell Richard Russell Bill Sanderson Bill Sparks Marilyn Starkovich Helen Strachila JoAnne Stromme Marva TenKley Mike TenKley Diane Thomas Trent Toler Don Valum Judy Vance Bill VanderYacht Vicky VanderYacht Clifford VanDyk Charles VanEtten Erwin Vaughan Bryan Walde Bob Warner Larry Williamson Karen Wolshlagel Dennis Workman Marie Zender Ray Zwick O Ill: ' Q un Sw X 'HXRQV W, x 9 1 cl. u hw, XXX xr fVI5w ,143 V li m? I , -ul' WH , I I I , D r . 5 ,I K F A X , qEwf'wMwH N VME x x V 5515 QL Hd:-quj sv-xowv VY I ! N an IV .Q - mp, , . - ' X :jp W Q, xx 231130 4.912 X u-Af ' f, ,.' M1-av x -Ugg? 'lea 1" M 1' 'Wind' 1' ' i xl' fl -' ,y-,, Jil N MIM :mix 1- i Kisiwxv- Y wh it --+mx2R?,v-N " M" 'IW " ' 'V g ,M gigyfwu fA -: f K -sr f FUTURE TEACHERS Wendy Thompson Miriam Higbee we MM' ini! Don Ambrose Leora Curtis Jack Headlee Birger Solberg? Clubs That Work For Our School .... SCIENCE CLUB Science Club reached a peak of activity this year under the leadership of Mrs. Dorene Thomas, ad- visor and Duane Lunde, president. Among its projects were several field trips, including one to the "da Vinci" exhibition at Western Washington State College and another to the forestry and engi- neering open house at Seattle University. Dan Rothenbuhler Susan Pefley Duane Lunde Claude Kremen Morten Jensen Linda Aase Vivian Pederson Theresa Sygitowicz Pam Johnson Pete Hellyer Clifford VanDyk Clara Hamiliton PEP CLUB Kathy Vander Yacht Dona Moline Susie Ford Miriam Higbee Clara Hamiliton Marsha Scutvick Barbara Dahl Kathy Daw Wendy Thompson Theresa Sygitowicz Susan Pefley Marvel Johnson Leora Curtis Arlene Brown Pat Arnold Karen Wolshlagel Marie Zender Fran Palmer Linda Hoffman Sylvia McCullough Margret Bengen JoAnne Grappe 5 I . W , i 6 1 i l ,ffff 7 4 : YS? T e T Z Donna Wood Jane Dullng Bev Dorslng Shirley Finsrud Kathy Lee Marty Zender Connie Kosa Jean Denson Pam Johnson Lynda Engholm Susan Geariety S A Galen Johnson Birger Solberg Mike Harris Jim Gorum Jim Stafford Jim Williamson Alex Bartl Dale Barter Monte Kosa I, Joe Heller Jeff Rainey Dave Henderson Joel Stromme Brian Stone Will Ahrens Norris Ellertson Stan Streubel Don AmbI'OSe Bryan McKay Greg Frombly Doug Zender Bob Reed Scott Lidbeck Ra Jerns Y Doug Curtis Jim Crowder Bill Lamoureaux .J--f" Q sas. K MN., if Rick Monaghan Steve Potter Rick Hanneman Scott Carson Tom Williamson Drew Felmley Duane Gates Jack Headlee Duaine Hicks nl Dale Barter Ken Zamzow Steve Zender Bill Bliven Frank Bliven Jim Voss Bill Kinder Jon Dunn Lee Hoines GIRLS' LETTER CLUB Vickie Bengen Anne Bronson Leora Curtis Susan Finsrud Lois Galbraith A Mary Lea Galbraith Annamarie Hamiliton Nancy Riley Penny Scrimsher Ma rga ret Syre Pat Arnold Mary Sue Barker Bev Dorsing l Sharon Finsrud Clara Hamiliton Carol Hathaway Pam Johnson Kathy Lawson Vivian Pederson Rose Russell Marsha Scutvick Theresa Sygitowicz Mary Thompson Linda VanEtten Linda Aase Vickie Bengen Leora Curtis Susan Finsrud Linda Hoffman Julene Jackson Sandra Riddle Penny Scrimsher Wendy Thompson Susan Pefley Kathy Cathy Anne Linda Linda Marie Lee Daw Bronson VanEtten Engholm Zender Carol Koehler Duane Lunde Susan Pefley Phyllis Riddle Dan Rothenbuhler Ann Wales Pat Arnold MATH CLUB Pat Arnold Susan Finsrud Albert Paulson Pam Johnson Larry Williamson Will Ahrens Drew Flemley Jeff Rainey Jim Williamson Joe Heller Miriam Higbee Morten Jensen Duane Lunde Tom Williamson FRENCH CLUB Pam Johnson Receiving Math Award Vickie Bengen Linda VanEtten Phyllis Riddle Linda Aase Alan Parker Sandra Riddle Carol Koehler 3' if J .Q fi Q4 LN- S Q FUTURE A H Clubs that work for the community NURSES Peggy Axelson Linda Bowhay Margret Bengen Bonnie Dietz Colleen Froberg Susan Geariety Katie Keplinger Loretta Lawerence Helen Strachila Julie Strakbein Vickie VanderYacht Karen Wolshlagel Susan Pefley Anne Bronson Theresa Sygitowiez Julene Jackson SKI CLUB Sylvia McCullough Anne Bronson Pat Arnold Dave Henderson lMlliam Lee Howard Plank Barbara Chudek Jane Duling Joanne Grappe Mary Katzenmeier Linda Kelley Jim McCullough Mike Ten Kley Karen Wolshlagel John Hamiliton Ron Moline Dave Olney Lawson Curtis Kathy Hamiliton Collen Kelley Betty Leavitt Ken Moline Ward Nelson Ellen Rothenbuhler Steve Lamoureaux Bill Lamoureaux Meleney Crape Margaret Hellyer Cathy Holmes Greg Nelson Debbie Tollum Jonalyn Woolf Kathy Lee Cathy Daw 'WT' ago ...:...L,...a.l.-.,.,m l 'W IX Q A J- 'Nl . I ws , ,.,., :FR , F.F.A. Jon Dunn Tom Dunn Gary Olney Richard Cassal Bill Filbert Doug Zender Dick Aanes Pat Coutney Duane Gates Ray Sygitowicz Jon Bengen Herb Arnold Evan Knight Mike Harrington Ken Roll Tom Smallwood Howard Plank Trent Toler Mike Ten Kley Albert Paulson Hugh Smith Bill Lamoureaux Pete Keplinger John Murray Ron Moline Claude Kremen Don Hamiliton Bob Larson Dave Henderson Monte Kosa Duaine Hicks Norris Ellertson Hugh Daniels F.F.A. Assembly Clubs that work for the area. . RESIDENT VICE PRNDENT REFCRTE TREASLQER k , Banquet Enterta inment stiff' L 'jff '15-Y Advisor, Mr. Wesley Kentch pruning trees with Green-hands. x 3 Tl ,F A1- Ogg F.F.A. Sweetheart: Vickie Bengen -.W . 1 We F H A Susan Finsrud Receiving Farm Bureau . . . Award F.F.A. President, Jon Dunn Sewing Banquet Entertainment At F.H.A. Banquet Joan Bengen Vickie Bengen Barbara Chudek Cheri Cowden Leora Curtis Jane Duling Susan Finsrud Colleen Froberg Marlene Froberg Rita Gates Joanne Grappe Brenda Harrison. Karen Hamiliton Birdie Henderson Mary Katzenmeier Terrie Monsen Janet Moline Judy Pefley Kathie Roll Penny Scrimsher Doreen Sygitowicz Sally Dickey Nancy Johnson Sharon Kosa Virginia Bongartz Wendy Thompson Betty Gorum Penny Harkness Dixie Brown Annamarie Hamiliton Cheryl Strode Leona Bolen Helen Strachila Christie Rathjen Larry Williamson Jim McCullough Fat Arnold Jay Galbraith Marsha Scutvick Linda Kelley Advisor: Mrs. Olive Curtis: Presi dent: Wendy Thompson: F.H.A Hero: Duane Gates Debate Computer Dance 47 0UR LEADERS: ASB OFFICERS President: Scott Lid beck Assistant Treasurer: Gayle Graham Business Manager: Linda Hoffman Secretary: Sylvia McCullough Vice President: Jim Williamson Treasurer: Linda Aase Q . 5 . L1 x sw ,R . A ff, , ag as , I i . N .S -sv, If ' -use Mi? 4' Student Council in Action Student Council is the voice, the planner, and the organizer for the Associated Student Body. Led by the Executive Council, it is a unified body through which students can make themselves heard and felt. Student CounciI's first job this year was its own renovation. To promote greater participation from the Junior High, the Council voted for separate discussion groups. Major topics for discussion included lifting the ban on class rings, and organizing a funds drive for a new concession stand. Student Council also initiated the Save the Children's Federation Clothes Drive, which was taken over by the Ushers Club. Members: Larry Williamson Don Harris Jon Bengen Wayne Lidbeck Galen Johnson Don Ambrose Julene Jackson Kathy Paulson Louie Palmer Rick Carson Roy Tussing Jesse Galbraith Linda Levac Mary Thompson Vickie Bengen Gayle Graham Ken Rector Chuck Graham Jack Headlee Bert Klemann Hugh Daniels Mike Pullar Q " 4 ga A if is A ,A ,. x . THE ARTS G MWA wi WW nl L A V. 5 . QQ sq. . rag , 1 4 X , R-' 2 1 - , 'fi lly ti 'ffl "1 f ff Eli QV wi 1 I - gfa X X 1-,im , I r, 5 ff ' . J lilly X-fix X, I .-'ivil IIE: .31 ', , H Q, tif, The Mountaineer Band New jackets and uniforms added a zip to Mount Baker's colorful band this year. By way of a good omen for the year, in the fall our band had the privilege of playing for Vice-President Humphrey when he spoke at Western Washington State College. The long hard hours spent practicing such musical scores as Dr. Zhivago and Victory at Sea, were well worth it every time the band gave a concert. This outstanding band climaxed the year with its bi-annual trip to Victoria. -ld if affiik it 4 if I lm: FLUTES Barbara Chudeck Jean Denson Eunice Galbraith Clara Hamilton Carol Koehler Loretta Lawrence Dona Moline Janet Moline CLARINETS Linda Aase Mary Sue Barker Frank Bliven Linda Bowhay Gayle Graham Joanne Grappe Doreen Hamilton Miriam Higbee Nancy Johnson Carol Larson Nancy Riley Janet Roosa lngrud Root Becky Steiner Margaret Syre Sue Vissor Marty Zender Rita Monaghan TROMBONES Dale Barter Alex Bartl Hugh Daniels Jim Gorum .wr J Mike Hammell Galen Johnson Kathy Paulson Dan Rothenbouler Kathy VanderYacht Brian Walde OBOE Penny Scrimsher FRENCH HORNS Chris Barbo Linda Kelly Connie Lettle Marsha Scutvick Wendy Thompson Ann Wales BASSOON Phyllis Riddle ALTO SAXOPHONES Bill Bliven Anne Bronson Ed Chapin Bev Dorsin Marvel Johnson Mary Katzenmier Marie Zender TENOR SAXOPHONES Leora Curtis Diane Thomas BARITONE SAXOPHONE Don Ambrose xVA.x :abit pw is 1 .Dv 1 ffwgi S 6 ,wx : , K iQ -f-in f ..---" Af rf-0 X, ak-52, I" X f"'N 7 9 . 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Mrs. Oates ...... Constable ........ Stephen Rice .... A girl ................. . ........ Julene Jackson Linda Aase Pete Hellyer . .......... Don Ambrose Joan Ostrander Peg Ambrose Dave Roland Scott Lidbeck Nancy Johnson Telephone Operator ........ Marsha Scutvick This year's Fall Play provided many "firsts" for the production staff. New lighting and sound effects were experimented with and used. Everything, down to the very wall paper, was chosen to match the mood of the play. The terrific dramatic build-up made it necessary for the ten cast members to work much closer together than in previous plays. Only two acts long, the entire play was performed on one set. For an hour the audience was held breathless, as it tried to decide who the murderer was. Y'0l5f' Q3 0 76: 1' Q 5 - '..11',M x , -fe Q- A ff "- 'V' . Q-lr . e V 4 As Nancy Johnson's scream electrifies the audience, the mood is set for "The Spiral Staircase". Professor Warren's step-mother is believed to be crazy. But her warnings to Helen are more than mere deluded ravings. ug iiss ' 1 s ,g I o to to Q or Constable Dave Roland warns the professor, Pete Hellyer, to keep a close watch over Helen. The Constable fears that Helen, with her speech defect, may be the next murder victim. P-SL, .5 i es X X Spring Musical Mix purity and innocence with gallantry. Add Evil. Flavor with a mischievous frump. Beat well, and you will emerge with a story such as Little Mary Sunshine. A throwback to plays of the twenties when heroines were always gallant, this year's Spring Musical was characterized by staged overacting and an idealistic theme, "Good over- comes evilg love conquers all." Hard work put forth by actors and directors was ably backed by a host of equally-important artists. Vocalists were ac- companied by pianists Mrs. Martha Sirguy and Mrs. Anne Valumg Art Club members worked nightly to produce props of vernal gardens, dark forests, and the "Colorado Inn," the make-up crew turned ordinary students into fierce Indians, ruddy forest rangers, and fair belles. Behind the scenes, the stage crew pulled some strings too. Quick new methods of changing props in view of the audience were partially responsible for the success of one of our fore- most school productions. - : Yi 1.:,,:,e,,, , 42 ,LT at -up ' gy Ljf- 'Z :S ,.-.. f 2-:gif 'Sl -ff ff. ' Q 'ZZ sf, '..-Q i +I 'i LITTLE MARY SUNSHINE -' 1- 11, 1 V i- U. -5 ,f ',x, Y, . , I: 5 E. 117,355 Q F: i- , iii- 1 f -7, 2 i eil 2' if i' 1? ' 1' ' f 2 i .11 e --..,.. 1? ie is -if it E I i ' g- 2' '55 -4' 1 3 5 il-i i. il ., g , .-.. i iii? 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MAKE-UP AND COSTUMES Mrs. Velna Bowen Cathy Daw Gayle Graham Anne Bronson Becky Steiner Helen Strachila Margret Bengen Lynda Engholm Marie Zender Pam Johnson A "That's the kind of wicked gurl I want to be Y' B5'wg".-Q xx' L Glenda Harrison Judy Vance Sheryl Leavitt Kathy Lee Peg Ambrose ART CREW o, .,., 3.3 -I: Xe.. .Xi DIRECTOR Mr. Gary Sirguy Mr. Jack Headlee Anne Bronson Linda Van Etten Kathy Lee Cathy Daw Marie Zender Susan Pefley Lynda Engholm Nancy Johnson Mary Katzenmeier ACCOM PAN I STS Mrs. Martha Sirguy Mrs. Anne Valum A: X xox N46 :N Nl. . XNx.....lN."s.Ax' Q i...,....,..J I Six: 'QTY K 4 59 MY LASS She plays upon the rippling lake And lingers in the field, She bends so close to me at night, Her warm, sweet breath l feel. Hey, thee, come to me My lovely summer lass Oh, give me one last kiss tonight For summer's almost past. In Autumn she's a sassy girl Her pranks incur my wrath, She laughs and throws the rain at m Blows leaves across my path. Hey, thee, come to me My lovely autumn lass Oh, give me one last kiss tonight For autumn's almost past. Now, winter, she's a flirting minx With silver beads in rows, She tu s at me and makes me sneeze 8 And smartly nips my nose. Hey, thee, come to me My lovely winter lass Oh, give me one last kiss tonight For winter's almost past. The epitome of tender things My lass becomes in Spring, When songs of love and soft pastels Burst over everything. Hey, thee come to me My lovely springtime lass Oh, give me one last kiss tonight For Spring is almost past. NX' Jaya? l w- 1 , Industrial Arts and Home Economics Agriculture Shop "Creativity" is the pass word in Mrs. Curtis's home economics classes. Projects ranged from basic dress construction and basic cooking to tailoring suits and meal preparation. Later, activities evolved to herb gardening, and landscaping was the last project of the year. ARTS The art classes have proved that experi- mentation and discovery are not limited to the sciences. Smells wafting down the hall kept the ,school up to date on the latest art projects, ranging from oil painting to fiber glass sculpture. :tp .I .M g 1 Photography and Mechanical ,- 4 Drawing ni nm rf" ' -fL"""f Y Y s-.U I '-wmv 41:11 4 UW .S i wiv a K '1's4k5.,- .ww Jlum! X, 3 Beacon and Annual are two classes in which old pros, of perhaps a year's experience, work side-by-side with beginners. What's a layout? what's a head? what's a lead? are questions to which every student must learn the answers, and learn them well. This year, old problems were tackled, and new solutions found. Columns such as "Time Out," "Nutshell News," and "Classy Talk" helped the Beacon Staff present school news clearly and interestingly. The Annual Staff strived and succeeded in de- veloping a memorable picture story of the year's events. t - Peg Ambrose Ginger Barr Vickie Bengen Anne Bronsen Kathy Daw Bev Dorsing Elaine Eldridge Mary Lea Galbraith Miriam Higbee Julene Jackson Tim Lockerby Peggy McClure Joan Ostrander Adena Parks Kathleen Paulson Rose Russell Delia Silva Margaret Syre Diane Thomas Linda Van Etten X i , n,.:X -as SCHOOL PUBLICATIONS Annual MOUNTAINEER Newspaper BEACON OIL. 4? Sw, Q, frsgw I I xr 4 Ig i 4 - 3 T7 0 ,I , PEIIIISLIVISN ACTIVITIES iw N HIJII MI In t ff VI fllawf' H - I .1 Sr g a - Is" ,-QSTI Q' - 5, I-I 'I' I ' IWIRX 'S I 4,-:I - I' IIIIISI 'III I II 'IV I I t I ix VI I 'Mak Q YI II. 'I .W J I JHIIHQIIIIIII I nm g?'m I 3 I . X -I J, I . Q I I 'II J IQ I' If III I 'III 'ur .Ik - 4 V I I In I I' If I A QI Y II l A 'f 5 I "ln V' -:Il 1 L I" i ,Q 1' , . va - -f I X I Q ,L 66 ,Iva 451' . 1' N-A I l Special Assemblies Special assemblies held throughout the year lent variety to our curriculum. A group from Western brightened the winter with choral singing. Mr. Smith, a Navy chaplain from Vietnam and Mr. Hsu, a math in- 55-va structor from Hong Kong gave first-hand accounts of prevailing conditions in these countries. In late winter, the FFA combined a serious attitude with a boyish flair to produce its annual assembly. ,.,q.-9' , .,... TA-, we-wnawdillll SPECIAL AWARDS and ACTIVITIES Joe Heller Birger Solberg Wendy Thompson Susan Finsrud Mike Harris Jack Headlee Will Ahrens Rich Hannemen FFL . .- fe 1 .1 I I S. . . ,vwiklx xy.. ,3 M V r fri V sf :iff -:fra-eff ,V .4 P I,-,,,,,,i at s a , 1 5-2 if . . A.-P' ,, ,. A-aw -A gf -A Linda Aase Vicki Bengen, Kathy VanderYacht Bob Leenstra Jim Williamson Janet Moline Sandra Riddle Yell Staff Tryouts A v YQ X , .' Weil!! 1. . ' 1 X , Q x so 3 1 , X . f ,fr x F? 44. x l f x t.. i Each year sees a new group of leaders at Mount Baker-a new bunch to set fads, goals, and precedents. And each set of leaders adds its own flavor to the melting pot that is Mount Baker High School. of 40 so .' A Q . ' use ,V QW. -un- S C X 4- 'glaavglx A ,sfwwffl . gl g rcs? 1 V R ' as 3 G A.S.B. Elections 475 'T ,4 2 'l' l if 3 iff? 1 igsifff If-Sf' is i p f- fi l, I J' yt' I' .7 fr ' . Last minute preparations for the annual Christmas activities dominated the scene once again this year as the Christmas season came with a flourish. During after school hours the band and chorus held a vespers program for the community's en- joyment. During the nine o'clock to three- thirty hours the Christmas spirit thrived in the hearts of the students. The executive council decorated the Christmas tree on Monday, and the FTA posed as judges for the annual door decoration contest on Wednesday. On Friday the activities were brought to a climax as the senior band held its annual Christmas concert. These activities were all part of the formula which created the holiday atmosphere for the students and community. I ,W x . va. t ' f CHRISTMAS WEEK ACTIVITIES Pictured left to right 'Seniors Carolling Door Decoration Contest 'Vespers Concert '21 . W 2 Q 5, P My J Q fu f 5' 4 I gf! frZ1'??i? ' ,- Q gli fi JUNIOR - SENIOR PROM 3 5 ,f-gx, 5 . Q 411'- ? f." .5 K I .-1 -I 4 'ir A 4 JV' IE' 9 4 ,' fa is ev. all "And the queen of 'Moonlight and Roses' is. . ." the candles flickered as everyone became suspended in an interminable second " .... Dona Moline." The climax of the prom melted into a royalty dance as Dona joined Mike Harris and Rick Monaghan joined Suzie Ford to the rhythm of "Georgie Girl." When the band swung into a Iivelier tune, couples left their rose and candle tables to join the royalty, and the room fairly glowed with swirling pastels. SDPHOMORE TOL0 "Erin Go Bragh" A mad rush to ask that "special boy," many hours spent finding the "perfect dress," and many more spent worrying about the right thing to say, these signs were all present again this year as the tolo night drew near. Having set the date for St. Patrick's Day, the sophomores used "Erin Go Braugh," small gnomes, and many four leaf Clovers to create an Irish mood. A disappearing act at the wrong time added an unexpected flair. The absence of three very important boys, the 2nd prince, Virgil Mellick, the lst prince, Ken Bowhay, and the King, Dennis Workman, reduced the royalty to three girls, Gayle Davis, Margret Bengen, and queen, Nancy Johnson. Never- theless, the sophomores produced a tolo that will long remain on the memory list. gf: if J ' 2nd princess Gayle Davis Queen Nancy Johnson lst princess Margret Bengen sPoRTs 'x ",v ' XLT' ff' H, 2:5 xl Q73- 'Qff' 5 f -QM. 'Q' ,gQQI'.W .ish Q I X Q15 JC --Lian 1, ' ,Y Am wh Lil". Ragiffxw 45lfQl9XSM?T.w' ,-x.QA!. xywm, ,if ,JMX 1,-iiimxwjla url ', - 'inf f ' ' 42, -y ' W M :Nw -4 . W ' '0!RfTl51Z '3 W 'N , E 131' W 5 1 Kathy Vander Yacht, Connie Kosa Marty Zender Marvel Johnson Leora Curtis Dona Moline and Fran Palmer Song and Yell Leaders To encourage and maintain school spirit is not an easy task, but it is the responsi- bility of every song and yell leader. They must prepare pep assemblies, make signs, arouse enthusiasm, and stimulate interest. ln fulfilling these tasks this year's cheer leaders have been exceptional. They have been original and energetic and are to be complimented on these fine qualities. "We Yell For The Team That's Best" . 15,55 X 4, 'SX b QW' X QQ 5 'l '?E.' YQ I ' Qs ix . fy? :S Name Bowhay, Ken Johnson, Galen Solberg, Birger g3i'gIIANT Harris, Mike Carson, Randy WILKINSON VM" 90" Gorum, Jim COACH TISDALE Stafford, Jim Williamson, Jim Bartl, Alex Workman, Dennis Sparks, Bill Pratt, Clay Barter, Dale Doremus, Bill Kosa, Monte Heller, Joe Rainey, Jeff Henderson, Dave Hedberg, Duane Stromme, Joel Stone, Brian Kremen, Claude McCullough, Jim McCombs, Bryan Ahrens, Will Ellertson, Norris Streubel, Stan Ambrose, Don Rector, Bud McKay, Bryan Frombly, Greg Zender, Doug Reed, Bob Lidbeck, Scott Jerns, Ray Curtis, Doug Crowder, Jim Lamoureaux, Bill Monaghan, Rick Potter, Steve Bentley, Brian Hanneman, Rich Carson, Scott Williamson, Tom Felmley, Drew Gates, Duane Lawson, David Headlee, Jack A coach with a head full of football knowledge, a squad of hard workers, and an abundance of desire paved the way for the title of WHATCOM COUNTY FOOT- BALL CHAMPS, bestowed on the Mount Baker hustlers for the second consecutive year. With a squad made up of 12 returning starters, coach Tisdale produced an of- fense that couldn't be stopped, and a de- fense that was nearly impassable. As the cheer "We can, we can, we know we can" echoed through the stands, our boys DID, as they beat every team in the league. At the end of the season the boys presented the student body with a practically unheard of record of 212 points scored in league play against a mere 7 points on the part of the opposition. Certainly a record to be proud of! Position Number QB 12 QB 13 QB 14 QB 15 LH 20 LH 21 LH 23 LH 24 F 30 F 31 F 32 F 33 RH 40 RH 41 RH 42 RH 43 RH 44 c so c 51 c 52 c 53 RG 60 RG 61 RG 62 LG 63 LG 64 LG 55 LG 66 LG 67 RG 68 RT 70 RT 71 RT 72 RT 73 RT 74 RT 75 LT 76 LT 77 LT 78 LE 80 LE 81 LE 82 RE 83 RE 84 RE 85 LE 86 LE 87 RE 88 RE 89 5 'Q 5 f r 4 ' Y 0 ,f T, ggi- A K Y , A131271 I ul. I S W 1 1,,q1- w ,Q fgff v 3' .iii jpg' gd ME ' . " 1 N . i Af -h rh ll h ig' J I Q: M Q . 1 'X ' I Z ,34 . J., g lf,,f,f ' li Vifiif "f " Y. :A :i,,T2gi..i fig? Q ', ,C in Q75-ffz 1 N -Q, - J'ii:'Z3f My ' A ' -:'2.3w,1h: 5 4 ! I S Q Championship Trophy "And We're the Team That's Best" VARSITY Dave Denson 'Jim Gorum Rick Hanneman 'Mike Harris 'Jack Headlee Joe Heller 'Galen Johnson 'Birger Solberg Brian Stone Stan Streubel Jim Williamson Tom Williamson JUNIOR VARSITY Dale Barter Alex Bartl Ken Bowhay Randy Carson Bill Doremus Duane Hedberg Jim Norris Steve Potter Clay Pratt Bill Sparks Don Valum Dennis Workman Ken Zamzow Steve Zender 3 I, an! BASKETBALL 5 we 'S J 1 n . of lf S. Y , 3 3 Varsity Coach Clark Jr. Varsity Coach Wilkinson . 4 tif.. X f . . Q n 'a P ' 5 -- 'fi 1 . .3 ' 'S 5 Q 1 W ' QI 5 D . g 2A , 1 .Y 5: X fgili ' f ., N I is , N . Q. . X . . M 'wp 7 4 Q COAC M 'X 4' W t ,it 5 x 1. - 51 45, ' war! Umm X x if ' x W 4 i R! HM M nv lu? xx, ,X , I '1 x.. iz. I Y ish? S4 Qi' an WMF! ' fl . gf , I. Af 5' H, X. Law ' . A I v4.t.17l-9343 : , ,K L, yg,f,f.?u,, 5 h Q5 Z, 'X' r : 7 a' ., X 41 qi 'xl 4 z X .f I' 'vs Q. xv ,, . 84 Wrestling being a relatively new sport at Baker has proven that it too is ready to represent our school in competitive sports and rate high in the standings. Wrestling is a sport which requires much strength and endurance as well as a great deal of practice, Baker was proud of its team for being able to attain these characteristics. We hope in later years that the team will continue to uphold its present standing. Bill Kinder Jim Voss Allen Parker Bob Clemons Buddy Vaughan Bill Bliven Duaine Hicks Bob Reed Bruce Hicks Ray Zwick Frank Bliven Tom Jackson Calvin Brown Claude Kremen Ray Hoffman No longer are athletics dominated primari- ly by the male species at Baker. This year the female gender has been taking a more active part in the field of sports. Under the instruction of Mrs. Syre girls were able to participate in such sports as speed-o-way, basketball, badminton, tennis, track and baseball, attempts were also made to organize a bowling team. This all goes to prove that the female can be as athletically inclined as the male. GIRLS' SPORTS I 85 BASEBALL The season came to a close with the win- ning of the Whatcom County Track meet and a first place in League Baseball. A record was made in Baseball since this year marks the first time Baker has ever taken the championship singly. Despite stiffer competition in track this year our team out ran, out jumped, and out threw the other county schools at the county meet. Both these first contributed to the attainment of the All-Sport Trophy for a second consecutive year. BASEBALL MEMBERS Barter, Dale Bartl, Alex Bowhay, Ken Carson. Scott Dunn, Jon Gorum, Jim Harris, Mike Headlee, Jack Hicks, Duane Hoines, Lee Monaghan, Rick Parks, Stan Sparks, Bill Stone, Brian Valum, Don Williamson, Jim Williamson, Tom Zender, Steve TRACK si -C-Q X Q x xl. f 1' 2' jmuuinm, IOWTAII Ui - 1 X A :xi V "im A I ' MLlLlli'l All Q3 111' f ill UUNTAINEU 5 . , ,ff Cb M..'liAllif-- I B ,..,,,,g4.,, ....m4...na TRACK MEMBERS Ahrens, Will Bliven, Bill Bliven, Frank Call, Jim Crowder, Jim Curtis, Doug Denson, Dave Felmley, Drew Gates, Duane Hanneman, Rick Hedberg, Duane Heller, Joe Hoffman, Ray Johnson, Galen Johnson, Ray Kosa, Monte Lamoureaux, Bill McKay, Bryan Norris, Jim Potter, Steve Pratt, Clay Reed, Bob Solberg, Birger Stafford, Jim 40 I 1-:M .. With All-Sports Trophy i 9 Reading of the Class Will 84 Testimony Karen Hamilton and JUf1i0F High Leffefmen receiving fheil' awards Nancy Johnson Excitement reigns As the hour neared. The girls are sweet N I G E in dresses of lace And uncomfortable boys wear seldom used suits. The music starts and in they march. Speeches are given Last will and testaments read. Leaving, the new tenth May 31, grade class partakes of refreshments from the eighth grade class. "Welcome" Wayne Lidbeck, Class President ,7 v I i l - N Q . ',. zfz, -AK . J Program entertainers Susan Rose, Becky Richner, Ann lmpero, Eighth Grade entertainers Mark Jordan and Dean Anderson performing at the eighth grade sponsored tea. Q K' iff K is-vm it st A i -.nf i r t .r 1 - .tt E? Q , Q Q X ml ut, -' an X".f,-f .. af . L 3 U K 1 U " 5 rf ' Wt 'ffl ' Q : -' nn 1 . xii ft - ,s , .si , m..-,,. G 'A' ref 3 3 Q Q 1 . A, X L : 1 1 4 A? ,Q 1 its V 'F 1 HJ Ng 1 , .. ,,. K, ij. 1 l 1 l lc 6 1 sa! K 1 :ei W 1 i r ' V ig' 553 f 9 M- W? we yu il! 'l jg I -1. if A if Q 5' ith' , gil Y it tg 'AA si ,Q .. ,I 1 . S l nfl?-:fy - k 1 ..7: Q! Herbert Arnold Patti Agnew Marsha Applington Scott Bartl Jon Bengen Joan Bengen Sandi Beutler Virginia Bongartz Chuck Bowhay Shirley Bowhay Dixie Brown Steve Butenschoen Linda Clemons Daphne Cline Sandy Clow Pat Courtney Bob Cruikshank Kathy DeHot'f Sally Dickey Bonnie Dietz Doug Eggen Steve Feimley Marlene Froberg Jennie Fryxell Jay Galbraith Ken Gates Rita Gates Karen Gerjets Harry Ginter Betty Gorum Karen Hamilton Robert Haner Penny Harkness Don Harris Brenda Harrison LaJuana Hathaway Birdie Henderson Orville Hicks Robert Hoffman Mardy Hollibaugh Joe Haugen Anne Marie lmpero Fred Johnson Nancy Johnson Judy Jones Matt Jordon Gary Kennedy Katie Keplinger Dana Kinder Evan Knight Sharon Kosa Mark Kremen Christi Landreth Wayne Lidbeck Cathy Little Melanie Marshall Shirley Mellick Ron Moline Debbie Monagan Terrie Monsen John Murray Mike Nevins Dave Northington Judy Nusbaum Mike Parker Tom Philpott Tom Pinkey Pete Postlewait Kearrie Raffo Terry Raffo Christy Rathjen Richard Reed Sharon Richardson Becky Richner Althea Roberts Steve Roland Kenneth Roll Rhodell Root Susan Rose Dick Sanderson Tom Smallwood Gary Smith Hugh Smith Wendy Sparks Julia Strakbein Cheryl Strode Doreen Sygitowicz Ray Sygitowicz Douglas TenKley Susan Thompson Tim Unger Gary Van Etten Cheri Vaughan Richard Wales Tom Wood Mike Zender T X ' ' - Q' I QE V ' K ' 'fit fs u . get 1 , - H 1 -f 'H--' 5 f 'lim-,,, R fwffwr K , f N4 J' ff- if 7 S 1 Q ' 1' 21 ' " 9 OD' M Y 'in N li' 23 ,qi 16 Q : - if 'X 'LC' s" 6 ..':f2','g341 r -X s -P . -- f ' 5' 3 tt' 1 C .ig r' ' 0 i 'Q 1 x ,,.....N ,,..,x 'Q -if-..:ex ' C' ,lf ,. 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R it -as .if J' "Lf J L' l X v i K 3 W , ,.-'F' 3 I " f , 1 ' tw?-f 1 A Q 2' at Toby Adkinson Denise Ambrose Dean Anderson Alicia Arreola John Arreola Claudia Barbo Darrell Beebe Fred Bengen Steven Bentley Vici Bliven Danny Bowhay Anita Buckner Lidia Cabello Paul Chudek Colleen Cline Valarie Cowden Cindy Cruikshank Ron Cruikshank Lawson Curtis Ellen Dahl Brian Daniels Marcella DeBruin Jenneth Dunn Rachel Eldred Tom Engholm Roger Ensinger Nancy Flotre Mary Fryxell Jesse Galbraith Bob Gates Chuck Graham John Hamilton Kathy Hamilton Danny Harkness Karen Harmoney Ray Heller Greg Helms Kammie Hilleary Cheryl Holden Carolio Horsmon Lisa Hougen Connie Ingersoll Phil Jackson Glen Johnson Mark Jordan Colleen Kelley Mary Klander Denis Klein Michael Klein Martin Klix Tim Koehler Bryon Krumdiack Steven Lamoureaux Irene Landreth Betty Leavitt Rosanne Lindermon Norma Ling Debbie Loomis Roger Masters Steve Mellick Ronald Moa Ken Moline Renee Murray Greta Nelson Ward Nelson Kathy Newell Bill Norris David Olney Louie Palmer Kathy Park David Petley Bruce Porter F if X ll sfffvl, l, lllillf J' P S E A " f srl!! 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' lc "" r f. 3'X'1+s WY Paul Aase Mark Adams Gary Anderson Mark Armstrong Tim Arnold Cherri Beard Janell Bengen Cynthia Betts Helen Bongartz Jerry Bowhay Mike Bowhay Steve Buckner Gary Butenschoen Richard Carson James Castles Richard Cayou Carolyn Charles Shirley Clemons Sheila Cline Marvin Cooper Kathy Courtney Cheryl Crape Meleney Crape Mike Dahl Terry Eggen Darlene Froberg Janis Garvin Catherine Geariety Catherine Gergen Mikol Gugioh Dan Hadeen Dennise Haggith Debra Harkness Frank Harkness Pamela Harris Lorali Harrison Mark Headlee Margaret Hellyer Dennis Hicks Naomi Higbee Carol Hoffman Cathy Holmes Virginia Horsmon Mark Irwin Debbie Johnson Gary Dean Johnson Gary Lee Johnson Jodi Johnson Lorele Johnson Jamie Jordan Bert Klemann Dawn Landreth Linda Lawson Lori Leavitt Gary Lee George London Dan Lunde Terry Lusk Caroline Marshall Donald-Masters Julie Moline Pamela Monsen Debbie Morgan Robert Murray Karen Moser Greg Nelson Mike Olney DeLinda Owens Bruce Parker Debra Pefley Ken Philpatt Randy Postlewait Diane Procter Windy Raffo Steve Ratlwien Wesley Ray s ,S Kenny Rector X F 2. R K . George Riddle 1 59' ' Kenneth Roos , ,V - U, 'Z Nelly Roos ., I - ig I fs David Rose ' S ii Mary Rose 3 Carla Russell X: Mark Sakskaug 124 Mike smith ' if fig Dennis Spore y ' Mark Starkovich . A Bernard Sfrachila Eric Strakbein - Leslie Streulael E i ur ' :J A X ' 'uf "' sw , 4 Jerry Thramer Louis Ti ierina Michael Strode Debra Tollum Vickie Willet Ann Williamson Jonalyn Woolf Debbie Workman Donna Zwick 7 XX X 1 X gi fi J ARTS .L - A ww 7 ffm f 1f" wwmf fmf, Mma'mw "N V qw Labs 3 1 ,Wu Q in , 4, ww ,L,1i V Wd l L . 2:m'i"k .W , Qi " J' M 13 li I 1 . it -I -,jf fy! f s I ii -LL A A I U1 QJM M U ' ' 1' ,.P-- ' I ' -, gt ,qv 1 L , 5' - L -.xg ,,5M.5-L -uvig, L L , , . , f . f L . Q fwuwf gf 'Ms lk - , l A QL , ' I: ,752 3, 3:5 XZHSQ3. y- W X- . , M. 4 .f.l"f1': L L 2 . W ' 'Ji rs'4'5'.-'ci'?fY:?g'x .ff-zk"?.f "' fy 533 f x -ee .si -.Q . ,f NX g-G12 ff, i I ,A ',,.f' if , ,yay we , ,A V L, ffw .f ,ly ' f , 3 i N, -2 ,Je , " CREATIVE THINKIN a 4 - . iam- c X ' , EV- M .K rg . ' , ' "' 1. s K 4 - N Q . " Qi? is "' ,X . N F S 5 , is K, 5 Q - if J' 'ws .- 1 K ' E sv is . - - -- we V Yin . is i sr X s E x Y 5 2, G3 fggfgg ,- . G ln Art In Music In Shop In Humanities In Science In English In Home Economics CADET BAND Toby Adkinson Denise Ambrose Dean Anderson Claudia Barbo Scott Bartl Fred Bengen Vicki Bliven Virginia Bongartz Danny Bowhay Sandi Beutler Paul Chudek Linda Clemons Valarie Cowden Cindy Cruikshank Lawson Curtis Sally Dickey Doug Eggen Nancy Flotre Jesse Galbraith Rita Gates Betty Gorum Karen Hamilton Our Cadet Band performed in a round of concerts at Acme, Maple Falls, and Har- mony. Later it took part in a Junior High Music Festival at Blaine and, as a finale, entered several promising players in the solo and ensemble festival at WWSC. Kathy Hamilton Robert Haner Dan Harkness Karen Harmoney Brenda Harrison Raymond Heller Robert Hoffman Joe Hougen Lisa Hougen Anne Marie lmpero Fred Johnson Nancy Johnson Judy Jones Collen Kelley Katie Keplinger Evan Knight Sharon Kosa Bryan Krumdiack Betty Leavitt Norma Ling Terrie Monson Renee Murray John Murray Tom Philpott Richard Reed Becky Richner Steve Roosa Christie Rathjen Rhodell Root Ellen Rothenbuhler Susan Rose Jerry Sanderson Rosalyn Strand Cheryl Strode Mary Syre David Thomas Tim Unger Debbie Vander Yacht Richard Wales Sara Williamson Mike Zender Bob Gates Wayne Lidbeck Greg Chapin BEGINNING BAND When it first assembled in the band-room last fall, the beginning band was unskilled and untried. Under the instruction of Mr. Ford, the seventh grade band molded into a unit worthy of ioining next years Cadet Band. Paul Aase Janell Bengen Helen Bongartz Michael Bowhay Shirley Clemons Meleny Crape Terry Eggen Dennise Haggith Debbra Harkness Lorali Harrison Margaret Hellyer Dennis Hicks Namoi Higbee Carol Hoffman Cathy Holmes Mark Headlee Debbie Johnson Lorele Johnson Jamie Jordon Herbert Klemann Lori Leavitt Pamela Monsen Greg Nelson x x X :VS Q Debra Pefley Kenneth Roos Nelly Roos Carla Russell Eric Strakbein Leslie Shreubel Debbie Tollum Ann Williamson Jonalyn Woolf Debbie Workman Cindy Betts Kathy Hamilton Mr. Ford -..L I I If f xx I 6 Y IQ J!! I , III bf ,x F' FINGER PAINTS, WALL POSTERS, AND PERSPECTIVE - THIS IS JUNIOR HIGH ART. BUT EQUALLY IMPORTANT IN THE FIELD OF ART ARE TEST TUBES, MONKEY WRENCHES, NEEDLES AND THREAD, AND RHETORIC, FOR ART IS MORE THAN A DIVERSI- FIED FIELD, IT IS A DIVERSITY OF FIELDS. Zwcfenca by Swan Qc-me I Hear the chirping of small birds and, in the distance, the shrieking cry of a hawk, I hear the wailing of a train with steady insistence resounding through the trees, I hear the stepping of the river in free and peaceful cadence over jutting rocks beneath, I hear the whispering of the wind in uncomplicated sentence breathe its love for the flowers. Oh, the vastness my eyes behold! the endless blue sky enveloping like a mother cradling her young, the world! Oh, the beauty my lips ache to tell: the towering mountains encircling like a father Protecting his Child the world! Oh, the love my heart yearns to know the omnipotence of God's caring for birds and trees, river and flower and me! ,. W f Sm ,. f,' fs? I fb' Q V X I I' I ACTIVITIES I fg I' 4 N . Wim' - IM I Wy- 0. Y Q 12:1 - fl . 6, IK '- Iv' :Y ' if , 'qnxj' ,K . -' ll I ,IQs,.-. I 'gf I, IV I I ..-' . -XX! I ,Iwi L ala I ,I vtfjx I .1 I I g I -I I' X . 6'3" WT, ' L., , 'I ok? .W N I LI 'I 5 I I I IX"-A ' II- I I ' I W: "I A7 I - 51 4. , ,I If , - I II II . A' yn I I fan. I I I I' A Q, X , I .179 -1" f ' f .:.,g ::'.,.-. ' N . A I.I, , I , , I . -, . , Fl Enthusiastic and eager to be tried, Fresh- men strengthened the ranks of club-minded upper classmen. the Fields. . Freshman FHA members worked on every- thing from the food bazaar to the annual FHA and FFA banouets. From the Wards. . . Greenhands harvested crops, picked apples, and pruned trees in the Fall, and prepared the FFA field for new crops the following Spring. To the Kitchen . This year for the first time, fifteen-year- old girls were allowed to work in rest homes and hospitals, where they helped alleviate staff shortages. From the Slopes . . . Skiing is indeed a growing sport! This year's flood of new members, mostly from the junior high, swelled the ranks to forty. S 'S is 4 4 DL A 1' N Atl is ,ti 2551 i Y , . .M I M 7 k 5 xy ,lr - . A . I I if M X 123 1 nu M, tg :i if "' . , 4, was I i " 6 s ri " M-sf' ' .4 Our award and title winners for citizenship. . Mount l3aker's future leaders. .Q-fefwiwet. . M , , i , t nfl- if Katie Keplinger-F.N.C. Mark Jordan-Baseball Manager Debbie Tollum-First Prize in all Marlene Froberg-F.N.C. Sharon Richardson-F.N.C. school Spelling Bee Maw Streubel-Football, Basket Kerrie Raffo-F.N.C. Melanie Marshall-F.N.C. ball, Track S Hscholarship and athletic achievement. . . and isix N5 05' L? CITIZENS OF THE MONTH Jon Bengen Mark Jordan Ray Sygitowicz Dick Sanderson Joan Bengen Anne-Marie lmpero Becky Richner Julie Strakbein Heading the Ranks Why does the ninth grade lead the junior high? Simple! Freshmen have had at least one more year's experience-one more year of working, training, and "goofing off" together-and by this stage they are masters of the game. Eighth-graders in training for their Freshman year. FRESHMAN FROLIC A hush fell over the Freshman Frolic. Then, a word, a jerk, and the cafeteria was filled with balloons floating lazily to the floor. During the next few minutes the room re- sounded with the "pops" of bursting bal- loons. This brief interlude in the FroIic's whirl of dances was followed by the coro- nation of the royalty and the "royalty dance." Royal couples were: Nancy John- son, queen, Richard Wales, king, and Debbie Monaghan, Rita Gates, Ken Gates, and Pete Postlewait. X S is :es I -3 1 , K W S MY VALENTINE Zest marked the eighth grade party from the beginning. It reigned over every dance, followed through the refreshment break, and perked up the games. .Popular hits such as "Little Girl," "Little Old Lady from Pasadena," and "Black ls Black" swelled through the cafeteria to the tune of Dean Anderson's drums and guitar- ist Mark Jordan at the mike. Amid squeals and applause, Mary Klander and Toby Adkidson were crowned Queen and King. Liz Salinas, Debbie Vander Yacht, Marvin Streubel, and Ken Moline completed the royalty. Y Seventh Grade WITCHES and GOBLINS "Okay, you kids, line up-boy, girl, boy, girl," repeated the frustrated announcer. The boys continued to gravitate to one side of the cafeteria, the girls to the other. Then came the day-saving cry, "All right, dance with anyone you like," and the seventh-grade Halloween party began to roll. Over one hundred merry-makers danced, frollicked, and ate for two hours in the streamer-hung cafeteria. They topped their party with the announcement of the witch and wizard, Mary Rose and Bert Klemann, and their court, Jodi Johnson, Karen Moser, Rick Carson, and Dennis Spore. F 1 tb M J w A. gm ' lm fs '- ' -J. K ' M ,Wl, "r2? W 1 'IIT' " 'T. 'ATG ,sI' A, 'X fl' ' Ml A r 'sf n 1 W T .M 5 fl Lb -. vYT"' M SPORTS L f V Www Huw, M l Let'S GO! High spirits and real enthusiam of the junior high cheering staff pepped up sea- sonal sports and encouraged players. These girls were R-ita Gates, Nancy John- son, Cathy Little and Shirley Bowhay. ul? OUR JUNIOR HIGH SQUADS Mark Sakshaug Lawson Curtis Bert Klemann S d Louis Silva Ken Moline Bob Murray Mark Jordan Paul Chudek Gary Johnson David Toler Jesse Galbraith Phil Jackson Brian Daniels Richard Zamzow Wesley Ray David Thomas Dan Bowhay Mark Jordan Richard Reed Robert Haner Wayne Lidbeck Jerry Sanderson Paul Chudek Joe Hougen Steve Felmley Tom Philpott Marvin Streubel Greg Helms Ken Gates Richard Wales - Randy Postlewait Mike Zender Scott Bartl Matt Jordan Tom Ginter Toby Adkinson Mike Nevins Louis Palmer Jesse Galbraith Bob Gates Steve Buckner Dick Sanderson Tom Smallwood Tim Unger Ninth and Tenth Team BAKER'S FUTURE TROPHY WINNERS Inspired by the fresh ideas of their new coach, Mr. Clark, the Junior High Football Teams earned third place in Whatcom County Competition. Even though they lost five of their seven Iinemen through broken bones, their spirit was undaunted. Statisti- cally it was not the greatest season but, Mr. Clark has started them on a road that will undoubtedly lead to victory and the acquisition of many first place trophies. JUNIOR FOOTBALL Toby Adkinson Fred Bengen Dan Bowhay Paul Chudek Lawson Curtis Jesse Galbraith Bob Gates Phil Jackson Ron Moa Louie Palmer David Thomas Rick Zamzow Bert Klemann Bob Murray Mark Sakshaug 'Will gf BASKETBALL THEY WERE BLOCKED FROM THEIR CHAMPIONSHIP Scott Bartl Jon Bengen Steve Felmley Ken Gates Tom Ginter Joe Hougen Wayne Lidbeck Pete Postlewait Dick Sanderson Ray Sygitowicz Mike Zender Marv Streubel Z t fe -X . . K - fQ'QSf,,i?',7ffQQ,Q gikitet gfg't-,935 ,- s-L -T ' 'iw' k rv, .zgrf 'R'-1.-A' ' 'iff Junior high track members have found a sport which combines individual skills and initiative with team effort. This year's re- sults have been four top boys: Marv Streubel in the 880: Ray Heller, broad jumpg Rick Reed, 2203 and Scott Bartl in the high hurdles making district. The team took third places in sub-county and county. Herb Arnold Denis Klein Tim Arnold Steve Lamoureaux Scott Bartl Wayne Lidbeck Jon Bengen Roger Masters Ken Moline Wes Ray Rick Reed George Riddle Rhodell Root Dan Bowhay Gary Butenschoen Rick Carson Richard Cayou Brian Daniels Roger Ensinger David Rose Jesse Galbraith LOUIS Silva Bob Gates Hush Smith Eric Strakbein Marvin Streubel David Teshera John Hamilton Don Harkness Ray Heller Greg Helms Q ,vs- .em JY' TRACK ,ia 4-id?-1 5, ..... ' Ill ' AIS "saw l Malia .Q qv gg Ng.. in yn it fx 'ni 1' fry tl 1 lk so-'Fx With every man from pitcher to out fielder, Backing Joe Hougen at the bat and Ken first baseman to catcher, slugger to bench Gates on the mound, this team has learned warmer pulling for us, our junior high base- that it takes every member's effort to trip ball team made third place in the county. odds in our favor. BASEBALL smash Toby Adkinson Fred Bengen Chuck Bowhay Jim Castles Paul Chudek Lawson Curtis Doug Eggen Steve Felmley Ken Gates Robert Haner Robert Hoffman Joe Hougen Phil Jackson Gary Dean Johnson Bert Klemann Tim Koehler Ron Moa Mike Nevins Louis Palmer David Pefley Pete Postlewait Mark Sakshaug David Thomas Tim Unger Gary Van Etten Dick Zamzow Dean Zender Mike Zender Wrestling, a relatively new addition to our sports curriculum, provides an opportunity for more stu- dents to participate in Winter Sports. Although some matches were lost through a shortage of wrestlers on the team, enthusiasm and skill shown by partici- pants gained many "firsts" for our team. WRESTLING Orville Hicks Dana Kinder Mark Kremen Mike Nevins Ward Nelson Ken Moline David Toler Paul Aase Steve Buckner Dennis Hicks Gary Lee Greg Nelson Ken Philpott George Riddle David Rose Eric Strakbein Mike Strode Mike Olney Advertisements :iff INDEX Yr -, F, fu me J f HA- ', ' ' fy 91 4 f5'i'.. " u N o "fax Q . 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