Mount Tahoma High School - Totem Yearbook (Tacoma, WA)

 - Class of 1964

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Iohn F. Kennedy, as We remember him at Cheney Stadium. October, 1963 C0 ,711 lfl Z Kennedy V4 Prohle in Hauraga we dedicate the 1964 Zfnfem Any citizen of our beloved country who looks back over its history cannot fail to see that we have been blessed with Gods favor beyond most other peoples. At each greatscrisis in our history we have found a leader able to grasp the helm of state and guide the country through the troubles which beset it. ln our earliest days, when our strength and wealth were so limited and our problems so great, Washington and lefferson appeared to lead our people. Two generations later, when our country was torn in two by a frat- ricidal war, Abraham Lincoln appeared from the mass of the people as a leader able to reunite the nation. ln more recent times, in the critical days of the depression and the great war forced upon us by fascist aggression, Franklin Delano Roosevelt, later Harry S. Truman appeared on the scene to reorganize the country and lead its revived citizens to victory. Finally, only recently, when the cold war was building up the supreme crisis of a threatened nuclear war capable of destroying everything - and everybody - that our predecessors had so carefully built, and which a liberty-loving world wanted, once again a strong and courageous man appeared ready to lead us. No country need despair so long as God, in His infinite goodness, continues to provide the nation with leaders able to guide it through the successive crises which seem to be the inevitable fate of any great nation. Surely no country ever faced more gigantic problems than ours in the last few years, and surely no country could have obtained a more able leader in a time of such crisis. President Iohn Fitzgerald Kennedy possessed all the qualities of greatness. He had deep faith, complete confidence, human sympathy, and broad vision which recognized the true values of freedom, equality, and the brotherhood which have always been the marks of the American political dreams. He had the bravery and a sense of personal duty which made him willing to face up to the great task of being President in these trying times. He had the warmth and the sense of humanity which made the burden of the task bearable for himself and for his associates, and which made all kinds of diverse peoples and races eager to be associated with him in his task. He had the tenacity and determination to carry each stage of his great work through'to its successful conclusion. Now that our great leader has been taken from us in a cruel death, we are bound to feel shattered and helpless in the face of our loss. This is but natural, but as the first bitter pangs of our incredulous grief be- gin to pass we must thank God that we were privileged, however briefly, to have had this great man for our President. For he has now taken his place among the great figures of world history. While this is an occasion of deep sorrow, it should be also one of dedication. We must have the deter- mination to unite and carry on the spirit of Iohn Fitzgerald Kennedy for a strengthened America and a future world of peace. SPEAKER MCCORMACK --.W U. ...,,., .... . .....1.Lu............,. . . ..................i......u.....f..t.....-.i..........4..a,...,. l l i 1 3 l l 4 3 V1 1 4 1 -l 5 E l 1 i .Quad V fresenfcd here are the ruptured mvmmfs :ffm zfufsmrzdiug year. 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You would see a dedicated staff ot educators formulate and implement a program of studies and activities to meet the needs of Mount Ta- homa students. You Would also see tremendous growth and development ot school spirit, student leader- ship, loyalty and traditon. OI all ot these, and many other accomplishments, We are very proud. Most things which tend to make a school great do not come easy. Sometimes progress seems exceed- ingly slow, but you have done Well in the short time you have been here. Mount Tahorna High School has a fine reputation in the community and around the country. You, the students, have demonstrated time and again that you are serious minded, responsible school citizens tilled with enthusiasm and school spirit. You have shown a concern tor others and a Willingness to help when help has been needed. You have established high standards in all phases of school lite. U I am certain that you will continue to move ahead in constructive, positive Ways as you take your places in the various stations ot lite. I know that you have learned the importance of individual preparedness. I trust that you will realize that you must continue to prepare for tomorroW's challenges - continue to take advantage ot opportunities for self-improvement. The entire staff joins me in Wishing each ot you every success. May your futures be abundantly filled with the good things ot lite. GEORGE FALLIS Principal THE GUIDANCE AND EUUEATIUN UE STUDENTS To truly be successful We must select goals that We sincerely Want to pursue, for our own and honest reasons and have both the courage and competence to go on pursuing them. When We have chosen our goals and are certain we have chosen them Well and prudently, We should concentrate upon them. We should give all of our support and energy to their accomplishment. We must protect ourselves against dis- tractions and other influences that tend to divert us from our defined objectives. We must make sure that our Worthwhile purposes become the aims of our daily living. Our lives should be Well balanced. We should Work at the development of healthy bodies and cultivate alert and perceiving minds. We should learn to read and appreciate good books and practice the arts of speaking and Writing, to the end of gaining a proficiency in the latter two. We should learn how to get along With our fellow citizens and practice those social principles that are just and morally sound. We should Work diligently and bring enthusiasm, interest and determination to our daily tasks, seeking not the job, but rather to do the job. And it is up to each of us to remember and never forget that We, as individuals, have the freedom and opportunity to develop the best that is Within us to its highest capability. EUGENE TONE - Vice Principal Thirteen M. DORA ALTMAN LILLA BAARSLAG EVELYN BARNER LAWRENCE BLANCHFIELD ELDON COWLING Language Arts Home Economics Business Education Business Education Sggial Studies gpwwttpm ft '!""'? IAY DOWNS ROBERT EHRENHEIM NANCY FLATT GREGG FRIBERG LEE GARDNER Social Studies Language Arts Language Arts Social Studies Science Nay' 2-f'f,' GEORGE HAALAND Drafting Fourteen 4? Y 9bp..,,, N-..,. SYLVIA HAASE WARREN IAECH ROBERT IENSON SUE IORDAN Language Arts Mathematics Science Language Arts ""'-I2 ,,.,.." GENE KRONLUND FRANCIS KURRIGER GENE LANCASTER Mathematics Mathematics S0661 STUGUSS DIANA LANDAHL Social Studies EXAMPLE EUR FUTURE LEADERS ANU CITIZENS Mathematics HARRY LARSON of BURTON LEMMON ROBERT LYON IAMES MCDONALD Language Arts Language Arts Community Laboratory DOROTHY MCLARNEY YEAN MCLEOD Horne Economics Language Arts Q- ' mg so-1 ...Q-.Q ,Yung EDGAR MCNEAL DEAN MELLOR PAUL MICHAELS DONALD MOSEID HELEN NELSON SCier1Ce Language Arts Art Social Studios Language Arts Fifteen GEORGE NORDI ROBERT ORLANDO RICHARD PERKINS DANI RADONICH RONALD REHER Business Education Community Laboratory Science Language Arts Industrial Arts DEAN BENNIE ROBERT RIFE ED ROALKVAM WILLIAM RYAN DONALD SABOL Business EduCatiOH Language Arts If1dUSiT1d1 Arts Language Arts Business Education STANLEY SALMON GENE SCOTT VEI-MA SMITH BETSY soNN'rAG IOHN s'r1NsoN Social Studies Physical Education Language Arts Language Arts Social Studies Sixteen WALLY STREETER ED STRICHERZ Physical Education Driver Education DONALD SUNDQUIST Music ROBERT WHITE Science WAYNE TIMMERMAN LAWRENCE UBBEN Music Industrial Arts M tr,r trit O is GEORGE WHITNEY IOSEPH WIDMAN Social Studies Health Physical Education DAVE WILLIAMS Z, ' T 3 '1 "'f! it Q -wg! ! . mg-:5a1?', f" la... 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EUUNSELURS AIU STUDENTS WITH FUTURE PLANS Congratulations to each of you in the class of l964l You have the honor of being a member of the first class to have completed a full three years at Mount Tahoma, you are the largest class to have earned diplomas thus far. You have learned teamwork which is exhibited by the manner in which you have worked harmoniously together as a large group. This example of what can be done is a fine heritage to leave to present and future Thunderbirds, You have provided leadership that exemplifies the truly democratic spirit of leadership we need in our community, in our state, in our nation, and in our world. Today's citizenry needs people who will assume responsibility - respon- sibility in recognizing the opportunities for continuing your education, that learning is a continuing process and does not cease with the exit from high school. You have the responsibility of promul- gating the creed of Abraham Lincoln "that all men are created equal" in all of your undertakings. You have witnessed exciting events in your three years at Mount Tahoma - the provision of a scholarship for a member of your class, the advent of the first classroom instruction via television in the city of Tacoma, the introduction of a new type of schedule in your high school programg the orbiting of man into space, the assassination of a president. You have had the privilege of having given helping hands to the handicapped in your work with SPADESg you have invited Commendation from COUNSELOR outside communities on your school spirit and enthusiasm. We at Mount Tahoma hope you will con- tinue to strive for first-rate quality in all of your achievements and goals. 08122 , I 1 , AV IUNIOR :S COLLEGE This is the time, the place, and the book where you summarize three of the most precious years of your lives. Mount Tahoma, particularly for you, has a great meaning. You are the first graduating class with your full three years on this campus. You have been an exceptionally fine group. Your co- operation, your spirit, your willingness to work with other students, faculty, and community, will long be remembered. Let the characteristics you have displayed as a class lead each of you from the pathways of Mount Tahoma up Mount Purpose, Mount Faith, Mount Courage, to the Road of Success. ln parting, but not forgetting, l give you one of my favorites - Allah's prayer: I pray the prayer the Easterns do: "May the peace of Allah abide with you. Wherever you stay, wherever you go, May the beautiful palmsbf Allah grow. Through the days of labor and nights of rest, May the love of sweet Allah make you blest." if So I touch my heart as the Easterns do: ' ,Z "May the peace of Allah abide with you." SENIOR COUNSELOR Greetings to the students of Mount Tahoma High School. You are to be commended for the record of accomplishments made this year in all areas of your school life. Much remains to be done but if the progress noted in the current year continues, Mount Tahoma will retain her claim to be the "Best in the West." To the class of '64 a special word of commendation. You are the first "full fledged" graduation class of Mount Tahoma. Throughout three years you have contributed to the building of TfBird tra- ditions that will last for generations of high school students, and you can take pride in the quality of student leadership you have provided in this final year of your high school life. To the class of '65 - You are the immediate heirs of the T-Bird traditions of the last three years. You must now accept the challenge of leadership and move ahead to new accomplishments. Under your leadership Mount Tahoma can grow to new heights among the high schools of this area. To the class of '66 4 You are now completing your first year of high school life. You have be- gun to learn the traditions of loyalty to your school and the importance of your support of school activities. You can take pride in the spirit and enthusiasm that has marked you as a class that will SOPHOMORE COUNSELOR make a valuable contribution in the future. To all three classes we express our sincere commendation for a task "well done" and our best wishes for the future. 11. mln? Nineteen -:. Masai. . .. sm its - fagzw, M. LIBRARY, HEALTH STAEES SERVE STUDENTS WELL During the past year, students at Mount Tahoma have, through their frequent use, shown appreciation of and dependence up- on the beautiful and spacious library avail- able to them. Under the supervision of Mrs. Doreen Faure' and her student assistants, the library was able to offer many sources of aid and an increased amount of materials to its patrons. She and her diligent staff de- serve a special note of appreciation from all. P ,ii':ii v w i .. 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'- ..,, , -l 2, fi f-' ' TF-A 13 is g f, ff, .5 V t T 1 b. , . 1 - J ' '.i:ff3""? tj, Y 'I' R , sei? il gi! Res, ln i , 2 nfl? Q, is ig 4 if E gf' V. Y if 34 s ' l X 1 " 1 , 'H 7' 'ki il., .ff DOREEN FAURE' Librarian "What's the matter, test this period?" MAINTENANCE STAFF PRUVES FRIEND TU MT LUNCHROOM WORKERS - E, Skavlem, M, Kellogg, V. Waddell, M. Sherrill, M. Peterson, A. Botnen. The capable staff of cooks, who daily serves the students of Mount Tahoma, deserve a special note of thanks. Under the supervision of Mrs. Margaret Peterson, delicious and nourish- ing lunches Were available to hungry students throughout the year. This hard-Working staff Was also responsible for the milk and ice cream which was sold, and for the pleasant, clean atmosphere of the cafeteria. Another group of personnel who performed a valuable service during the past year was the staff of custodians. These men were loyal in their efforts to beautify our lovely campus, and could be seen many hours after the final bell performing such duties as cleaning the classrooms and halls. We students of Mount Tahoma would like to express once again our thank you to them. CUSTODIANS - Row li D. Webster, H. Briel, H. Richardson, W. Boje, B. Walker, How Z: A. Schmidt, I. Glaser, H. Pelley, Twenty-One "r - X Agn E1 V . 5 H fx gg wise! 122 E M ,gi fxizsisggg Q gif? 'Sk Mawr -I , Q5 ,N MAQEQXWQFKQQQIEEM Q Q - ,Wm ww mf E aww gg fgiel ww V .1wmQ:wQf ge, W' ff ,K fm, ww .ayggilg -..W , ..-Q EIQEQQQQQVAHEQWWQSEHME Q 1233 mgwisiwabadi ilk' 59' Ass 2 ver I- w i, .Pi E155 kmggggf iiivifgi is H 'yi wg my t Y QF M, .. V . Q 52? S 1 fl fm im S 4 92 , SWK Q iv H5 S, x ,Q n 15 52 sv ii? is f 'XS ggi Q . QS aid ' 'Fr gg 'if 5 5 g M E iubf fi lf Vw. , -- ---1--- W 6 M W- W "MMT I ., s I 5 52 EEE, K si f E s 5 . ' : 5 A A New w ...,, 5 , IE .. . ..... ., P tah: .. .. 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X KZ, fs Q5 15 335 Q x L HC g 2 E ES g igs 5 E' f x ez ,g Jar ig 5515255 E 5 H5 I W 1!Wl W HWY-api Elgfz'-MW MM-:Mmm-wmsfzs as H -W .4 zz'A?f5v ' 5 5-.. B5mggf'EKg,,5Qd K .. . ......... ...... .N ...... . H -2: 41 an I EEE, 5 E! 3 E K , .wc '64 YEARBUUK STAFF PRESENTS ACCURATE AND CATHY LAURSEN NELLA STECKLER CAROLE MOORE PAT SWANSON Class Pictures Fine Arts Editor Organizations Editor Sports Editor With two fine yearbooks as examples, the 1964 Totem staff began Work early in September. Ad soliciting for the Party Line started in October, and the staff Worked dili- gently for its completion. Next, the staff focused their at- tention on the Totem. Layouts were drawn, copy Written, and the book began to show its first signs of accomplish- ment. Deadlines appeared and the staff found itself Working long hours during the night and vacations. April deadlines approached much too quickly, but after countless hours and numerous pots of coffee, the book Was sent to the printer. MR. RYAN DAN BARKLEY Twenty-Four Advisor Edliol' URIGINAL REEURD TU MUUNT TAHUMA STUDENTS 'arf A"' 'Q ri' A IIM ENDICOTT CLAUDIA SMATHERS IERI COZINE CATHY SINCLAIR Sports Editor Copy Editor Art Editor Business Manager ANNUAL STAFF - Row 1: C. Moore, M. McCulloch, C. Smathers, P. Swanson, C. Colyar, C. Sinclair. Cozirie, V. Morford, I. Robben, C. Laursen. Row 3: T. Board, I. Endicott, I. Miller, D. Easley, F. Boukal, D, Row Zi: N. Steckler, I, Barkley, Twenty-Five TUWER STAFF MEMBERS LEARN FUNDAMENTALS ANN FRANKLIN First Page Editor SHARON IONES MARI LYN BETSHART DALE GLASS Editorial Editor Feature Editor Sports Editor NEWS STAFF: Row l: I. Miller, C. Sinclair, I. Smith, M. Betshart. D, Glass. Row 2: A. Franklin, D. Schumock, K. Brown, S. Higg K. Loisel. Twenty-Six ins UE PUBLISHING WHILE REPURTINS CAMPUS NEWS KARREN BROWN DAVE SCI-IUMOCK IOHN MILLER BRENDA POWELL Business Manager Advertising Manager Photographer Copy Editor IRIS SlVII'I'H Editor Tower staffers under the direction of advisor Mr. Bill Ryan, labored to provide accurate and timely coverage of campus news. Publication of the bi-weekly newspaper in- volved searching out and compiling information on news- worthy events, preparing copy, proof reading and distribut- ing the final product. A small but determined ad staff ac- quired the necessary funds. February twenty-first and twenty-second Mr. Ryan and. four of the girls from newspaper staff attended the IQB4 All-Coast Press Clinic in Seattle, sponsored by the Univer- sity of Washington School of Communications and Pacific Slope School Press. These representatives attended three conferences and a luncheon each of the two days. Several staff members reopened Mount Tahoma's Quill and Scroll chapter, although there was little time for club activities. Members of journalism class did extensive Work as re- porters and copy-readers. MR. RYAN Advisor Twenty-Seven GIBL'5 CLUB HELPS TU UNITE GIRLS UF MUUNT MAHSHA STIRN PAT SWANSON IAN SAETHER President Twenty-Eight MRS. BARNER Advisor Vice President Recording Secretary The past year's Girsl' Club has fulfilled its purpose, which is to provide an or- ganization of which all girls of Mount Tahoma are members. lt has succeeded in pro- viding social activities, service projects, and friendship, giving the members a feeling of belonging. Among the many service projects throughout the year, Girls' Club helped in the sale of programs at basketball and football games, made favors for the teachers in Ianuary, held a Thanksgiving Day food drive, with the aid of Key Club, and combined its effort With that of Key Club in planning homecoming activities. Through the year such social activities as a Father-Daughter Banquet, the annual Girls' Club Tolo, and the election and installation of officers were undertaken and car- ried out, to the enjoyment of all. GIRLS' CLUB ADVISORS AND CO-CHAIRMEN - Row l: S. Brown, N. Tirigstad, L. Schwebs. Row 2: L. Schuchman, C. Laursen, B. Radek, S, Bartov.BOW 31 Mrs. BGGFSLHQ, MTS- ThOr1'1bL1rg, , Mrs. McLarney, B. Getchman. TAHUMA WHILE PRUVIDING SERVICE TU SCHUUL CHRIS HANSON CATHY SINCLAIR NELLA STECKLER Corresponding Secretary Treasurer Tempo Editor GIRLS' CLUB CRoll Repsl - Row l: B. Bartlett, C. Sanderson, M. Steadham, I. Tiffany, G. Bowman, I. Robben, C. Colyar, D, Meeds, C. Swanson, R. Ormsby, M. Carpenter, P, Robinson, N. King. Row 2: S. Lipp, K. Hanes, C. DeCaterina, I. Moore, I. Hilton, A. Geving, C. Simonsen, K. Peterson, D. Kay, I, Hanson, M. Iackson, I. Iohnson, N. Martens, L. Anderson, B. Draper, K. Weed, C. Conklin. Row 3: G. Phillips, C. Wellen, C, Rice, M. Smath- ers, P. Savage, T. Bolek, S. Harmon, S. Trumbly, K. Clark, C. Peterson, G. Mitchell, C. Knox, K. Brown, R, Tietjen, D. Westholm, I. Thomas, M. Bliss, P. Moon, P. Corcoran. M. Goodreau. l, Mastrude. Twenty-Nine KEY CLUB SERVES SCHUULQ PRUMUTES SPIRIT Thiriy HM ENDICOTT LARRY SCRANTON DAN BARKLEY DOUG MITTELSTAEDT President Vice President Secretary Treasurer One of Key C1ub's many "service" projects. I-IND FRIENDSHIP AMDNG STUDENT EEDERIITIDN For the third straight year, Key Club functioned as a service organization to the school and to the community. Their co-sponsorship of homecoming was one ot their greatest achievements. Among their many admirable services Was their ushering at Mount Tahoma's major drama productions. They also aided in the purchase ot Mount Tahoma's sparkling banner and trophies for the athletic teams. I Key Club also provided social functions along with their many service projects. Their sponsorship ot a dance early in the year greatly added to the cIub's treasury. In keeping with their high ideals of good citizenship and Worthwhile service, Key Club again had a rich and rewarding year. v MR.LEMMON Advisor A "ff A f - AX' Att"-'K A t lil. ix" I xf '- ' 'I' Mgt" KEY CLUB - Row I: B. Meidinger, W, Me-Whirter, S, Gillis, F. Boukal, L. Scranton, D. Barkley, D. Mittelstaedt, I. Endicott, D, Glass, I. Schultz, Row 2: B. Wiburg, T. Morris, B. Muir, I. Mowry, I. Smith, B. Hamilton, B. Gundstrom, G. Pieruccioni, R. Cey, D. Stirn, B. Geppert, E. Burmester. Bow 3: D. Dudley, I. Flateland, C, Davies, I. Falk, A. Smith, D. Dudley, M. Barney, T. Temple, I. Hunt, D. Herbert, C. Oliver, T. Croghan. Thirty-One MRS. SMITH Advisor HUNUR SUCIETY The purpose of the Honor Society is to create an en- thusiasm for superior scholarship, to develop loyal pupil citizenship, to stimulate a desire to serve faithfully one's school, community, and country, to promote trustworthy leadership and to install exemplary qualities of character in the pupils of Mount Tahoma High School, To become a member, a student must have' a 3.30 or better accumula- tive grade point average, The Honor Society's constitution Was officially recognized by the National Honor Society Headquarters in Washington, DO, giving the club its basis as an official chapter. ln order to increase its funds, Honor Society sponsored a bake sale in November and sold potato chips in lanuary. ESTHER TAYLOR President HONOR SOCIETY - Row li C. Fortier, L. Schuchman, P. Swanson, I. Saether, M. Stirn, G. Stirn, K. McLeod, R. Penn. Row 2: S. Chapman, N. Martens A. Franklin, C. Wilkins, S. McDougall, K. Fry, C. Laursen, W. Stephens, A. Whitelock. Row 3: B. Staker, B. Radek, D. Stirn, T. Temple, B. Iohnson A Smith, B. Malfait, L. Westholm, I. Smith. Thirty-Two ELEUPHAS CLEOPHAS - Row l: E. Taylor, l. Smith, G. Stirn, M. Stirn, C. Fortier. Row 2: L. Thompson, A. Whitelock, P. Swanson, I. Iohnson, C. Rasmussen, I. Sovie, L. Schuchman, I. Saether, N. Tingstad. Row 3: B. Radek, S. Bryant, D. Brentin, A. Duncan, C. Hanson, N. Steckler, C. Laursen, I. Hanson. GEORGIA STIRN President Cleophas, which is Hebrew for friendship, is the Girls' Honorary Organization of Mount Tahoma. A girl becomes a member of Cleophas by outstanding work in Girls' Club and an accumulative grade point average of 2.8 or better. The main goal of these girls is to serve the school, build outstanding students, foster a scholarship, and build vital leaders. Cleophas members served the school by ushering for school plays and a PTA. open house in November, helping with the vocational conference in December, sponsoring the homecoming reception, and earning money for the school activity fund. This money was given to the school at three different times. Several of the girls worked at South Tacoma Chevrolet in September, earning one hundred dollars which they presented at an assembly in October, Fifty dollars was given toward a new school banner, Also, members of Cleo- phas helped sell Almond Roca to pay off the debt of the new band uniforms. Cleophas carried out its social life through teas, initia- tions, donut sales, promotion of tickets for Daffodil Princess selection, and a party in the spring for other school honor- aries in the city. MRS. FAURE' Advisor Thirty-Three T-CHICKS T-CHICKS Whiteolck, McKinney, Bryant, D. Heward, I. Thirty-Four - Row l: C. Rasmussen, M. Drahos, E. Brown, I. Main, P. Hanly, K. Brown, P. Iohnson, D. Miller, I. Ostrande,r P. Buchanan. Row 2: A M. Risk, G. Gnirk, S. Stern, F. Canada, L. Thompson, M. Carroll, I. Iohnson, B. Reynolds, K. McLeod, I. Schaff, I. Simpson, L. Kay, G M, Hallawell, R. Nobel. Row 3: M. Sherman, T. Booschin, F. Frye, L. Parker, K. Capener, B. Radek, C. Bartoy, G. Mitchell, C. Hanson, S Boehm, K. McBurnie, I. Lehmen, I. Roberts, S. Diamond, L, Braga, S. McDougal, M. Wright, B. Root, K. Simonsen. Row 4: I. Clifton, I Iohnson, K. Doyle, I. Sovie, I. Hanson, D. Vander Meer, M. Stirn, I, Klinzman, B. Ellwanger, G. Stirn, C. Hanly, M. Taraya, T-Chicks, the G.A.A., proposed and enacted a girls' athletic program to promote health and physical fitness, develop an active interest in the tield ot athletics, and most important ot all, encourage good sportsmanship. This year's T-Chicks Was headed by the president, Pat l-lanly and di- rected by their advisor, Mrs. Scott. The otticers assisting in this year's work were Karren Brown, Vice President, Iean- nie Main, Secretary, and Pat Iohnson, Treasurer. ln September a splash party and cook-out were held. ln Ianuary a hair style demonstration was put on by the members. Also enjoyed through the year were a progress- ive dinner, a roller skating party, and the annual beach party at the home of Mrs. Scott. T-Chicks sponsored a candy sale during October and Ianuary, as in past years, in order to increase the club's treasury. The members of this club included all girls of Mount Tahoma's G.A.A. who had earned their letters. PAT HANLY President MRS. SCOTT Advisor VARSITY CLUB The Varsity Club fulfilled its purpose of upholding and promoting true sportsmanship. Members were accepted by participation in one or more sports. Actual membership Was awarded to those boys receiving one varsity letter or two sophomore or reserve letters in the same sport. Besides promoting sportsmanship among its members and the other Mount Tahoma students, Varsity Club en- couraged more boys to turn out for sports. An exhibition of fair play Was viewed, by all sports enthusiasts in the student-faculty game, Which took place on April IO. This fairness Was displayed throughout the sports season. In order to raise money for the club's treasury, the mem- bers sponsored a Donkey Basketball Game on November 30. The members of Varsity Club should be proud of them- selves for the spirit they have promoted this past year. ART SMITH MR. FRIBERG President Advisor VARSITY CLUB - Row l: T. Burmester, W. Mewhirter, D. Allen, L. Scranton, B. Hatrzell, B. Welch, I. Schultz, I. Robinson, I. Gunther, R. Cummings Row 2: T. Croghari, R. Cey, C, Oliver, S. Gillis, I. Cozine, M. Baker, B. Rytkonen, I. Hunt, R. Owings, B. Haney. Row 3: I. Falk, I. Endicott, L. Squires M. Bohrer, B. Hutchinson, B. Larson, D. Cook, I. Black, R. Tollefson, D. Zittel. Row 4: B. Chaney, D. Glass, B. Malfait, D. Herbert, T. Temple, M. Uhl F. Boukal, I. Lobland, A. Srnith,..B. Taylor, M. Barney, G. Lawrence, I. Upton. Thirty-Five PEP CLUB FULFILLS PUBPUSE UF INSTILLINB IOHN SCHUI-TZ EDD GRANT NANETTE TINGSTAD SHERRILL BARTOY PfeS1deUT Vice President Secretary Treasurer Thirty-Six MR. MCNEAL Advisor Time out for PEP rally SPIRIT I-INII SPURTSMI-INSIIIP IN STUDENT BUIJY ln addition to supporting the team and promoting school spirit, Pep Club has enabled people to make new friends. Through the main pep rallies and the sale of pom- poms, banner pins, booster buttons, and pep bus tickets, the foundation for the spirit of future classes has been firmly established. Pep Club has sponsored innumerable activities including dances and the annual pep parade. Continued were the nearly variety show and the tradition of throwing pennies into "Old Cop- perbottomn for good luck at the games. With proceeds from Various activities, Pep Club purchased two trophies which are awarded to the class with the most school spirit at the games. E Q M3 , QT v X 3 fb 5914 I "'UAl'sw I ,av ,,,..-' ,mx New banner displayed by enthusiastic yell staff, Shown above, from left to right, is the biggest Pep Club turnout of the year. Thirty-Seven TAWANKAS REPRESENT MOUNT TAHUMA WITH PUISE MR. RYAN VAL MORFORD MARY KUENZLI Advisor President Vice President TAWANKAS - Bow l: B. Schultz, N. Martens, C. Swanson, K. Lund, I. Reiter, B. Wagner, Y. Zitzrnan, D. Meeds, M. Mickens, P. Buchanan, M. O'Brien, P. Knutson, C. Conklin, C. Botsiord, D. Vander Meer, C. Rasmussen, N. Bowen. Row 2: R. Brown, G. Hansen, I. Arthur, A. Franklin, A. Larson, P. Spencer, L. Herth, I. Vickery, M. Kuenzli, L. Thompson, M. Carroll, M. Getchman, S. Brown, A. Paul, P. Moon, P. Granoski, P. Burman, M, Betshart. Row 3: L. Smith, K. Brown, S. Iones, A. Duncan, V. Morlord, G. Mitchell, C. Knox, B. Alstrom, S. Bartoy, T. Brunelle, I... Parker, I. Cozine, I. Failner, S. McDougall, Thirty-Eight ANU GRACE FUR THE THIRD CUNSECUTIVE YEAR 'H T x fy-174 IERI COZINE MARI LYN BETSHART PAT KNUTSON Secretary Treasurer Sefgeam-a1-ArmS Under the leadership of the president, Val Morford, and the supervision of Mr. Bill Byan, the Tawankas performed at special events, provided entertainment at football games, and strived to build character and instill responsibility in the students. The main goal of this drill team was to further loyalty and spirit. Few words can be said to describe the enthusiasm and determin- ation With which these girls strived toward the finished product, Well worth the long hours of practice. The drill team participated in the Veterans Day Parade and, in April, put on another impressive performance in the annual Daffodil Parade. The Tawanas, a select group of Tawankas, performed at basketball games and at the synchronized swim show. ,M g' c 1 In - -1 ' f 5- M . ,4 1. W 4 . list. K ' Tawankas perform in annual Daffodil parade. TAWANAS - Row l: C. Conklin, Y. Zitzman, I. Reiter, A. Franklin, N. Bowen Row 2: B. Wagner, L. Thompson, L. Smith, D. Meeds, K. Lund, P. Knutson. Row 3 P. Moon, B. Alstrom, K. Brown, V. Morford, S. Brown, L. Herth, M. Betshart. Thirty-Nine MR. EHRENHEIM SKI CLUB The main purpose of Ski Club is to enable ski enthusiasts to share and enjoy the sport together with friends and fellow skiers. Q Besides the usual trips to the mountains, ski clubbers sponsored and participated in numerous other activities. Ski Club spent two beautiful days at ,Crystal Mountain during the year. In November, in order to get the club into swing, the Ski Club had an ice-skating party at the Lakewood lce Arena With all Mount Tahoma students and their specially invited friends welcome. Among its many activities Ski Club sponsored a hay ride for homecoming week in December. Cold weather and warm hearts were the key to all the fun and enjoyment shared throughout this l963-64 season. All were welcome with the only necessities being warm clothes and a true enjoyment of honest-to-goodness fun. DAN ROLLINS Advisor President SKI CLUB - Row l: R, Kellogg, M. Denny, M. Devereaux, L. Thoreson, I. Robinson, D. Stirn, K. Kawamura. Row Z: K. Kerzie A. Franklin P Knutson C, Sinel, M. Williams, S. Penwarden, M. Carpenter, I. Ryan, S. Gillis, B. Smircich. Row 3: B. Dees, D. Rollins, E. Richards Williams 'G Brazil L Wright, N. Martens, S. Wrolson, C. Larson, N. Rowe-n, I. Clark, T. Dira. Row 42 C. Cornelius, W. Haug, L. Thompson, I. Tiffany Y. Clements L Chris tian, S. McDougall, S. Sinkula, S. Hensley, I. Tucker, M. Carpenter, D. Zittel, I. Redmond. Row 5: B. Ferari, D. Mittelstaedt II Endicott C Knox D Cassidy, B. Alstrom, D. Brentin, B. Rudsit, B. Powell, I. Begakla, I. Noble, I. Stell, B. Iohnson, B. Rytkonen. I l I Forty FURENSICS FORENSICS Bow l P Robinson I Saether, C. Laursen, M. Sosky, D. Hobart. Row 2: K. Kay, L. Hicks, C. Hendrickson, S. Horton, A. Swanson Row 3 B Rudsit I Konschuch G Lawrence, P. Berry, Mr. Cowling. To promote speech activities is the aim of the Mount Tahoma debate team. Under the direction and supervision of Mr. Eldon Cowl- ing, the debate team attended and participated in many speech tournaments and forensic contests throughout the year. The year started with the Bellingham Invitational in November. Also on the agenda were the Pacific Lutheran Invitational in February and in April the Univeristy of Puget Sound Invitational. The year Was highlighted by three city tournaments, taking place in December, March, and April. The meet in April climaxed a very interesting and rewarding year. Gene Lawrence served as the 1963-64 club president. By presiding at the meetings and leading the group at tourna- ments, he duly fulfilled his obligation to the office. GENE LAWRENCE MR. COWLING President Advisor Forty-One SPADES SPADES - On Board: B. Radek, C. Sanderson, K. McLeod, C. Rassmussen, Mr. Streeter. Row Il: N. King, P. Buchanan, P. Drost, M. Getchman K Weed, P. Burman, M. Streeter, L. Durall, M. Stirn, C. Wilkins, A. Whitelock, G. Stirn, V. Creyssels. How 2: G. Schmidt, B. Muir, D. Meeds M Mc Culloch, P. Robinson, L. Thompson, C. Fortier, I. Iohnson, N. Hunter, W. Stephens, K. Brown, R. Marker. Row 3: C. Fain, L. Thoreson, G. Lawrence M. McLeod, B. Smircich, B. Fitch, R. Thompson, M. Denny, S. Butler, T. Beals, P. Berry. F orty-Two MR. STREETER Advisor The purpose ot Spades was to provide knowledge, under- standing and friendship towards handicapped persons. Each Tuesday and Wednesday, Spades taught swimming to blind, deat, and crippled children. On Saturdays they taught children with any handicap. On Tuesday, Wednes- day, and Saturday, the children were taught in Mount Tahoma's pool. Held one Friday ot each month at the South Park Community Center was Handicans, Handicap Teen- Time. On November twenty-second members ot this club at- tended a convention in Bellingham. ln order ot further help others, members of our Mount Tahoma Spades sold Christmas stockings tor the United Cerebral Palsy association on December sixteenth through the twenty-first. In order to raise the club's own funds, Spades sponsored a dance on lanuary twentieth and held a car wash in the spring. BEV RADEK President IOHN NOBLE President RETAILER5 The Distributive Education program at Mount Tahoma has, in the past year, provided many benefits and educa- tional opportunities to the participating students. It has, through months of classroom Work, field trips, and demon- strations, fulfilled the many purposes for which it Was created. Each student was taught to develop a sense of individual responsibility and leadership. The students were encour- aged to use ethical practices in the club activities in order to prepare them for later Work in the business field. Eleven members of Retailers attended a state leadership conference in Yakima on March eighth, ninth, and tenth. Drena Christiansen took first place in job interview, Michele O'Brien won first place on her merchandise manual, and Terry Walters, Mary Kuenzli, and lanis Vickery took second place for their display. MR. SABOI. Advisor RETAILERS - Row l: G. Smith, G. Hansen, T. Walters, P. Woodward, M. O'Brien, L. Wright. Row 2: C. Simonson, I. Noble, D. O'Dell, I. Blahm, M. Kuenzli, I. Vickery. Forty-Three MR. TONE Advisor FUTURE TEAEHERS Future Teachers Club has been continued this year to acquaint Mount Tahorna students With the teaching pro- fession and to instill increased respect tor it. In December the club made a visitation to Manitou Grade School for this purpose. In the spring, the Universinty of Puget Sound and Pacific Lutheran University were visited. Yearly activities included such services as teaching and helping at Manitou Grade School during the entire second semester, a tea for other F.T.A. clubs, and a tea for the Mount Tahorna teachers. Future Teachers increased their funds by mint sales in November, December, and again in March. The club again gave a one-hundred dollar scholarship to a deserving student. KATHY SIMONSEN President - L W Us . ,' yi ff - .at f- 5 y-. ,y,i . lib, fr' Q . , if in li if I FUTURE TEACHERS - Row l: R. Norborn, B. Radek, K. Simonsen, B, I-Xlstrorn, G. Phillips, D. Glass. Row 2: I. Schultz, I. Hilton, I. Tyler, M. Hallawell S. Brown, M. McCulloch, B. Welch. Row 3: R. Higginbottom, K. Peterson, S. White, B. Staker, M. Hanson, M. Petersen, L. Mowre, T. Gooschin M Risk. Forty-Fcur HEALTH CAREERS 'QEWQS' I Y 'ir ,i ,ig K HEALTH CAREERS Row l P Knutson, B, Reynolds, I. Iohnson, T. Williams, I. Cottini. Row 2: S. Wrolson, C. Wilkins, L. Thompson, I. Etherington Row 3 C Sanchez K Capener G Clawson, C. Royse, V. Harrison. The purpose of Health Careers is to acquaint the mem- bers With career opportunities in the field of health. This year Health Careers introduced its members to the health field through films, special speakers, and field trips. On April 23 the members of the club attended an open house at the University of Washington under the title of "Health Services". Throughout the year the club sponsored bake sales in order to earn the little money necessary to cover its expenses. Some of this money Was used to help send the members to the University of Washington's open house. ln addition to helping members of the club, Health Careers sponsored a Red Cross first-aid course for Mount Tahoma students and other interested members of the community. VERONICA HARR MRS- WU-KINS President Advlsor Forty-Five 1 ,4 thing ef beauty is ez jeg forever? its leeeliuess increases: it will zeeeer ,mee into ueflziugleees 115 449 5 M :V Ng, W.. . . - - . 3 -iiiizfagilliffgflizg has QUEEN LUNI AND HER ROYAL IIUURT REIGN AT QUEEN LONI h mn E A Forty-Eight Y, , , , ,,,,,,,,, ,, 1 MUUNT Tl-XHUMI-YS SEEUNU ANNUAL HUMECUMINE Vg, , E. 4-gf-' WN- f-wp" R I z"'u -s.-of 5, L -Sihnww, K, 4 La- by Richard AUTUMN ALFERNESS QUEEN LONI THORESON FRANCIE GILLETTI MARY DEE HURD Forty-Nine BUY RULE AT 'IIIIRISTMIIS IN CAMEIUTH 'IULU 5 IIE, IIM EALK GARY PIERUCCIONI KING MIKE UHL STEVE HIGGINS Fiity f BEV AND BEN EHUSEN TU HEAD SP1-KDE ROYALTY K, Q4 - KING BEN SMIRCICH Fifty-One MARY DEE HURD PLEASES MOUNT TAHUMA AS SHE PRINCESS MARY DEE Fifty-Two REPRESENTS US WITH PERSUNALITY ANU PUISE The date was March 30, the place was the Stadium High School Auditorium, and the girls were finalists chosen from our Tacoma schools to compete for the title of Daffodil Princess. An air of suspense filled the auditorium as twelve finalists from Wilson, Stadium, Lincoln, and Mount Tahoma waited for the selection of a princess from each school. Sandy Brown, Mary Dee Hurd, and Ian Saether were selected to represent Mount Tahoma. At the rise of the cur- tain the first event would begin the judging. Each of the girls answered an extemporaneous and recited a brief speech about one of their sister finalists. The girls were judged on poise, speaking ability, and appearance. As the audi- ence applauded loudly, Mary Dee, along with Carol Fredrick of Wilson, Sandra Sutherland of Stadium, and Linda Van Walk of Lincoln were selected as princesses for the Puyallup Valley Daffodil Festival. The days of Daffodil Princesses were busy ones. They had a wonderful opportunity to meet people while being involved in attending luncheons, making speeches, and taking short trips. They had the important responsibilities of representing their school and community throughout their reign. Being a Daffodil Prin- cess, a glamorous duty, was also an honor and should not be underestimated. Each princess had stamina, poise, and enthusiasm that must show at every public appearance. April 6, Spartan Hall, twelve lovely prin- cesses, this was truly a night to remember, Mary Dee's escort, Steve Higgins, delivered his speech about her with a calm assurance, a true sincerity, and with beautiful words that were most becoming to her as she gracefully walked down the ramp through the audience. Mary Dee presented her own speech about our beau- tiful state of Washington with the enthusiasm and pride that all Washingtonians should have. Although Mary Dee didn't reign as Queen of the Festival, she will always reign as Queen in the hearts of many Mount Tahoma students. Photo by Richards l AN SANDY MARY DEE Fifty-Three - f ,. f, ,, - .- . fy i. ff - 1. ,. , .. - 1' ,W W fmwmwxwmawfM'awma.L1wM-:Pauffse-Jaw , , , Hue arf is that in uflziflz the Izumi the head and the half! go together Kuskin YEAR'5 FIRST PRUDUCTIUN BY MT. PLAYERS Fl 3 Penelope Sycamore 'Essie .....,.,.................. Rheba .............,......,.. Paul Sycamore .,..... Mr. DeP1nna ......... Ed .......................... A Donald ..................... Alice .......................... Henderson ........... Olga ........ 'EILEEN DICKS ON ................Eileen Dickson .........,......... ludy Stell .........Kafhy Capener ...............Q.....Paul Berry .......Da1las Hauenstein ..............Bill Iohnson Martin Vanderhof ..,... Tony Kirby .............. ............... D orf Boehm Boris Kolenkhov ........ .......,. C url Cornelius Gay Wellington .,... ........... B etty Budsit Mr. Kirby ,.,.......... .......,....... M ike Burke Mrs. Kirby ,..,..,. ........ Y vonne Clements The Man ..,,,.. ................ B ob Haney Mac ,..........,. ............ B olly Brazil ...,.......Torn Neifzel ........Ben Smircich .........Susan Brown .......Iames Russell .......IoAnn Tiffany IUDY STELL SUSAN BROWN w Ben Smircich sets mood for scene as he recites grace. Fifty-Six Dallas Hauenstein. Eileen Dickson, lol-Xnn Tiffany, and Curt Cornelius in hilarious scene from play, ENTITLED "YOU CANT TAKE IT WITH YUU" The Mount Tahoma Drama Department selected as its first major production a light-hearted comedy by Moss Hart and George S. Kaufman. The play, entitled "You Can't Take lt With You," depicted the zany adventures of the Sycamore family, and was very successful in its two-night run on November 14 and 16. Directed by Miss Nancy Flatt and assisted by Chris Hanson and Sylvia Haase, the cast of nineteen performed before large crowds on both nights. The success of the play would not have been possible were it not for the following persons: Mr. Paul Michaels and the art Workshop for the set designg Mr. Ed Roalkvaam and the stage Crew for set construction and backstage assistance, Mrs. Evelyn Barner and the office training classes for tickets, flyers, and programs, and the students who assisted on the various play committees. NANCY FLATT Director "YOU CAN'T TAKE IT WITH YOU" - left to right: R. Brazil, B. Rudsit, B. Haney, I. Russell, P. Berry, D. Boehm, S. Brown, E. Dickson, B. Smircich, I. Stell, B. Iohnson, D. Hauenstein, I. Tiffany, C. Cornelius, Y. Clements, M. Burke, K. Capener, T. Neitzel. Fifty-Seven DILIBENT AND TALENTEU MT ACTORS PRESENT Prison Matron ..... .......i.r,..Shirley Wrolson Stephanie Snyder Bailiti ..A.........,............... .,.........,..... T orn Neitzel ludge Heath ..e..Vw,A,........, ..,....,..... D ave Easley District Attorney Flint ..Y.,,.. Harry Owens His Secretary .........,......., ,....i.. N ancy Kerr Sue Sebade Karen Andre ..,..... ...,.r...... I ule Cottini Nancy Martens Dr. Kirkland ..,.,........., ,...,....,.Y.,.. S id Harr Mrs. Iohn Hutchins ,..,... Pat Knutson Sue Woods Horner Van Fleet .....,. .,i.r,... C urt Cornelius Elmer Sweeney ,.,.... ,...,,,.Iirn Konschuh S9V9I'dl members fI'O1T1 The C531 pause fgr p1Ctu1-93, Fifty-Eight ,,u,,,,.t..o..Penny Drost l loAnn Tiffany .........Wendy Stephens l leanette Hanson Nancy Lee Faulkner .,... Magda Sevenson ,....,.... Iohn Graham Whitfield ...Y. .i...,4.....4. T 1I1'1 Hoard l lane Chandler .......,..,....,,. ...,..... C l'1TiS Hanson Sigurd Iungquist .,...,... ....4........ M ike Bllfke X Larry Regan ...V.t...tu....V.,.... ....V.....V....fA-- B ob Hdhll Robben Autumn Alterness ..m....i.Eileen Dickson Roberta Van Rensselaer ,... Stenographer ..........,,...,. Clerk ot Court ..o.... ,,,,o,,,,,.....Linda Srnith Linda Hale Iury Attendant ...,,t .ii...... V irqinia Peppe-fling A tense moment in the courtroom as Karen Andre Uule Cottinil testifies. CUURTRUUM DRAMA AS SECUNU PLAY UF YEAR On February 27 and 29 a play entitled "The Night of Ianuary l6th" was viewed by scores of students, parents, and members of the community in Mount Tahoma's auditorium. Several people from the audience were selected at random to participate as members of the jury in this production given by the drama department. Many roles in the play were portrayed by two different people, giving each cast a chance to perform on one of the two nights. Bill Iohnson depicted the defense attorney for Karen Andre, who was por- trayed by Iule Cottini and Nancy Martens. Miss Andre was on trial for the murder of Bjorn Faulkner, a wealty businessman, Harry Owens played the role of the district attorney. The panel of jurors actually chose the verdict of the trial, and on both nights the result of their deliberation was "not guilty." Miss Nancy Flatt, drama teacher and director, along with the entire cast, wishes to thank the various groups of students who assisted with the produc- tion of the play. Their time and efforts to make it a huge success were appreci- ated by all. NANCY F LATT Director "THE NIGHT OF IANUARY l6" -M left to right: V. Pepperling, S. VVrolson, S. Woods, D. Mahoney, A, Alferness, M. Burke, I. Hanson, I. Konschuh, B. Hahn, B. Iohnson, I. Cottini, I. Tiffany, D, Easley, H. Owens, T. Hoard, L. Hale, E. Dickson, S. Harr, C. Hanson, N. Kerr, C. Cornelius, T. Neitzel. Fifty-Nine MT CHOIR AND MUSIC GROUPS PERFURM FUR CHOIR - Row l: Mr. Sundquist, M. Drahos, K. Ehrendreich, I. Durance, M. Hamblen, R. Kellogg, R. Maskule, R. Harnblen, I. Brais, P. Browning L Werth, K, Lund, B. Ellwanger. Row 2: C. Fortier, E. Dickson, C. Sanderson, R. Orrnsby, M. King, V. Gregg, C. Davis, D. Burke, L. Smith S Klinger, I. Dion, L. Waddell, F. Kibler, G. Iones, M. Sihvo. Row 3: B. Draper, M. Duthie, N. Ray, M, Hurd, T. Fucheck, E. Higgins, G. Maughan B Hahn, I. Kincaid, T. Eby, H. Iackson, C. Wight, K. Fry, N. Hanson. Row 4: I. Stell. M. Hanson, C. Peterson, C. Green, F. Poston, R. Tharp, R. Edwards R. Bigelow, I. Thomas, S. Higgins, D. Cook, B. Smircich, B. Hutchinson, L. Hicks, M. Wright, K. Curtis, C. Royse. Sixty DON SUNDQUIST Director Throughout this past year, the members of Mount Tahoma's music department have proved them- selves capable of excellently representing the school and of presenting a very fine program on every occasion. The Choir has had a very success- ful year. Outstanding among its performances were Christmas appearances at the Elks Temple, Asbury Methodist Church, Western State Hospital, and a radio broadcast from the Winthrop Hotel. Choir has also performed for the Easter sunrise services at Cheney Stadium, and has taken a trip to Longview in an exchange visit with the Longview Choir. A Studio Choir was formed during second semester, and along with the Girls' Trio, Boys' Quartet, and Choir, it gave various performances. Two highlights of the year, both held in February, were the Solo Ensemble Contest at Port Orchard, and the All-State Music Educators Conference at Yakima. Representing Mount Tahorna at the first were Steve Higgins, Mary Dee Hurd, Iudy Stell, Rex Bigelow, and Karin Lundg Dick Burke, Steve Higgins, Iudy Stell, and Rex Bigelow were selected as members of the All-State Choir. STEVE HIGGINS President VARIOUS EVENTS IN SEHUUL I-INII EUMMUNITY -, 0 Girls' Trio - M. Hurd, I. Stell, K. Lund, Boys' Quartet - D. Burke, C, Davis, S, Higgins, B. Bigelow. 3 I .FS K K f H, g . 3 4 I V Y I 'Tian 1 . I I M p XXX l W , 2 , . , V .I . V . V f X . i A -1, . Q gk I I I . .Q 'fy ' I I IQ- I A I Q I 'ss STUDIO CHOIR - Bow li L. Hale, I. Larson, I. Dron, I. Brais, B. Hahn, M. Mauerrnann, B. Dietz. How 2: B, Draper, N, Hunier, H. Bigelow, C. Davies, I. Olson, M. Hurd, H. Ormsby. Row 3: S. Brown, D. Cook, K, Curtis, C. Peierson, M. Petersen, I. Rollins, S. Higgins, A. Alferness. Sixty-One TALENTED MEMBERS UF VOCAL BRUUPS SING Members ot the Mixed Chorus performed on many occasions during the year. Under the direction of Don Sundquist, their first appearances were at the Veterans' Day and Thanksgiving Day assemblies for Mount Tahoma students. They Were also seen in the Christmas and spring concerts presented by the music department, and appeared at both Gray and Baker Iunior High Schools. Mixed Chorus assisted with various other events in an ettort to raise money tor the choir's blazers. MIXED CHORUS - Row li M. Carpenter, L. Bell, S. Goan, L. Koraas, B. Scott, M. Martindale, F, Lemmer, D. Ostrander, I. Boothe, R. Hamblen, B Cochran, D. York, K. Haines, L. Herd, K. Kirby, M. Gentile. Bow Z: Mr. Sundquist, K. Doyle, Y. Zitzman, K. Holle,r M. King, G. Mladenich, B. Ams- bury, F. Hahn, L. Smith, I. Barron, M, Mellor, D. Miller, S. Heath, I, Holder, I. Clifford, S. Exley, K. Wire. Row 3: B. Silva, M. Stevens, L. Silva, P Vogl, K. Faker, R. Tharp, B. Britton I. Minaker, M. Burke, I. Kincaid, I. Hood, G. Malm, B. Olson, L. Hornsby, M. Beell, M. Bointon. Row 4: K, Patton S. Matthews, R. Syslo, M. Flick, B. Meyer, T. Heidt, B, Iohnson, I. Campbell, D. Sohn, B. Mitchell, V. Hartman, E. Richards, L. Hoskins, I. Bigelow, M Wagner, I. Kozicki, C. Sanchez. Sixty-Two FUR LARGE AUUIENCES THRUUGHUUT THE YEAR GIRLS' GLEE - Row l: M. Minch, C. Smith, K. Rouse, D. Heinz, K. Cavelti, I. Meyers, Mr. Sundquist, I. Eyres, I. Schaff, K. Ehrendreich, D. Rivette, K. Olsen, N. Bronson. Row Z: I. Anderson, M. Halko, L, Strowder, S. Matthews, M. Taraya, S. Bowen, G. Gnirlc, M. Rassmussen, K. Maltatti, l. Proctor, I. Bjarlce, B. Olson. Row 3: A. Paskins, L, Mowry, B. Radek, L. Tipton, P. Augustine, S. Heed, P. Clause, I. Rollins, D. Lee, K, Doyle, L. Ellison, F. Kibbler, K. Fry, M. Laursen. Another group from the Mount Tahoma music department was the Girls' Glee, who performed along with the Choir, Studio Choir, Mixed Chorus, Girls' Trio, and Boys' Quartet. Aside from their music-centered activities throughout the year, Girls' Glee assisted in sponsoring an Almond Roca sde and HmeannualSpagheniand Pmza Feed.PHohm honibouiot these were used to purchase more blazers for the choir and to defray the cost oi the trip to Longview. The Girls' Glee, also, was directed by Don Sundguist. Sixty-Three MT. BAND MEMBERS, WEABINB BEAUTIFUL NEW f'M""'h-at MW, .A A BRASS - Row li I. Dawson, F. Clause, l. Muller, G. Gibbons, D. Higgins, P. Hicks, l. Tiffany, B. Cummings, P. Howell, D. Schumock Row 2 I Schattllly, P. Busch, L. Hart, L. Rohrer, B. Ellery, I. Forseth, I. Gillsoul, B. Pasquale, D. Sharp. Bow 3: D. Shriner, P. Berry, D. Sheetz, R Howland B Ferari, T. Sixty-Four Harrison, D. Kachenko, A. Swanson. The unveiling of beautiful, colorful new uniforms at a pep assembly in November was one of the biggest events of the year for the Mount Tahoma band. Many months of Almond Boca sales and fund-raising pro- jects seemed Well worth the efforts when the splendid outfits of basic black with crimson, gold, and white detailing were first viewed by all. A march through South Tacoma and a barn-storming of stores in the vicinity marked one final chance to sell Almond Boca and to display to the community the new uniforms. The band has added gaiety and school spirit to numerous events throughout the year. Among them were many pep assemblies, football and basketball games, and several concerts in the Mount Tahoma aud.itorium. Its members also presented a program featuring Leonard Smith and the all-city band, and marched in the Daffodil and Veterans' Day parades. ln February, Cathie Laursen was chosen to represent the Mount Tahoma band as their only delegate to the all-state band convention in Yakima. The successful year would not have been possible were it not for the expert guidance of Wayne Timmerman and the leadership of president Iirn Dawson and the other officers. WAYNE TIMMERMAN Director UNIFURMS, AUD BALA TUUEH TU MANY EVENTS . "IN 'S wk ,gi ST' :jig at ld f' 5 fi. WOODWIND - Row 1: M. Tirnrnerrnan, N. King, S. Lipp, I. Proctor, S. Mandt, P. Robinson, L. Schuchrnan, D. Skavlern, V. Harr, C. Laursen. Row 2: D. De-Graw, R. Brown, S. Pratt, E. Conner, N. Hiscox, I. Fortier, P. McTighe, I, Hopkins, I. Moore. Row 3: K. Moburg, C. Worthy, R. Beckner, I. Bennett, I. Block, L. Lathrop, I. Dorman, G. Lawrence, D. Shan, W. Matheson. BAND OFFICERS - Row 1: L. Schuchman, secretary, D. Skavlern, MAIQRETTES - I' Iverson' V4 Ham C Heuer librarian, I. Tiffany,1ibrarian. Row 2: K. Moburg, treasurer, I. Dawson, president, C. Laursen, vice president. Sixty-Five MEMBERS UE 6.1-LA. LEARN SPURTSMANSHIP, Here comes the herd IES mine S-t-r-e-t-c-h Sixty-Six El-IIN NEW FRIENDS, I-INII PRUMUTE TENNIS CHAMPIONS - S. Reed, I. Sovie. ENTIIIISIASM M nb, VOLLEYBALL CHAMPIONS - Row l: K Due, A. Moe. Row 2: M. Warren P. Weber, M. Sinathers. The purpose of the Girls' Athletic Association is to offer each girl in Mount Tahoma an opportunity to earn her athletic letter as well as to foster good sportsmanship and friendship. G.A.A. is open to all girls. To be eligible for a letter, a total of six points must be earned. Two team sports, two in- dividual sports, one hobby sport, and one extra, either team or individual, are required. Team sports available are volley- ball, basketball, softball, synchronized swimming, and drill team. Individual sports are badminton, archery, tennis, and plunges. A hobby sport is earned by fifteen hours of activities other than those organized by the school. Some suggested activities are bicycling, horseback riding, skiing, swimming, skating, hiking, bowling, and golf. . 1 ' , I l . ' -' if I 1 V ' ' 'ff BASKETBALL CHAMPIONS -- Row l: I. Thomas, C. Handy, K. Hoyt, M. Bliss, E. Sommer. Row 21 P. Weber, B. Hanson, N. Bridges, L. Smith, I. Coleman. BADMINTON CHAMPIONS - Row I: K. McBurnie, 1. Roberts. Row Z1 M. Smathers, S. Stewart. C. Baker, L. Braqa, P. Weber. Sixty-Seven STUDENT LEADERS AID P.E. CLASSES POOL LEADERS -- Row 1: G. Stirn, Mr. Streeter, M. Stirn. Row 2: D. Meeds, P. Swanson, D. Mauldin, K. McLeod, M. McCulloch, M. Getchman. Row 3: S. Bryant, A. Whitelock, L. Durall, L. Herth, P. Burrnan, E. Holme, K. Weed. SYM STUDENT LEADERS The student leaders for the P.E. classes provide efficient and necessary assistance. They have many different obligations to keep them busy. They call roll, lead exer- cises, help to teach the various activities, keep the locker in order and check in tow- els from the laundry. The girls' gym classes are taught sports such as volleyball, basketball, bowling, badminton, shuffleboard, ping pong, soft- ball, tennis, and archery. With the help of the student leaders, these sports are taught faster and easier. They demonstrate var- ious techniques, organize games, and sometimes participate in them. These girls lessen the burden on the teacher and help her to maintain smoothly-run gym classes. Sixty-Eight PDDL STUDENT LEADERS The pool leaders help Mr. Streeter to keep the swimming classes running smoothly and efficiently. These girls ex- plain and demonstrate various swimming skills, help the students to gain these skills, life-guard during class and for various other activities, and help at swim meets. Last spring the girls who were interested in becoming pool leaders filled out an ap- plication and took a swimming test. In addition to swimming ability, the girls had to show they were qualified by their lead- ership, responsibility, at least average scho- lastic ability in other classes, and citizen- ship around the school. The most qualified of these girls were chosen to assist Mr. Streeter. GYM LEADERS -- Row 1: P. Iohnson, L. Thompson, N. Tingstad, L. Muller, P. Hanly, M. Seidl. Row 2: S. Lawson, M. Hallawell, I. Meyer, Y. Zitzman, I. Simpson, F. Frye. ENTIIIISIASTIC GIRLS ENJOY ACTIVITIES TL 35,35 55' V Q EW Q' all Ig 3 'ilglf :sm-fm fr in A ' if Sophornores tesi strength of gym floor Drowning practice. Basketball ? ? it Sixty-Nine WEE-NUUK-SHl'S HAND TWELVE MAKES UNE" WEE-NOOK-SHI - Row l: D. Iones, N. King, M. Steadharn, I. Hanson, C. Gates, B. Badek, VV, Stephens, C. Rasmussen, N. Tingstad, D. Meed M Getchman, G. Stirn, M. Stirn. Row 2: L. Schuchman, B. Seitz, I. Tucker, V. Creyssels, M. Dawson, I. Hubbard, I. Simpson, M. McCulloch, S. Hensley C, Wilkins, M. Williams, I. Hurnblad. Row 3: S. Dougherty, K. Larson, I. Ioyner, C. Handy, D. Mauldin, M. Bliss, A. Whitelock, S. Iones, K. McBurn1e I. Thompson. T. Williams. E. Holme. On Diving Boardt K. Weed, P. Swanson, G. Ganstrom, S. Bryant. Seventy MRS. SCOTT Advisor Wee-Nook-Shi, Mount Tahoma's synchronized swimming group, gives girls an opportunity to enjoy aquatic sports and to learn form swimming skills. Each fall girls try out for the group and are accepted if they show ap- titude and are able to do the front crawl, back crawl, side stroke, breast stroke, dive, and surface dive. The more difficult skills, proper rhythm, and timing are learned after they become members. Wee-Nook-Shi met every Monday after school under the direction of Mrs. Scott and president Kolet Weed. After a business meeting and deck exercises, they practiced strokes and stunts in the Water. After Christmas they began to plan for their annual water show, which was presented in late March this year. The theme for the pageant was "And Twelve Makes One." Each act represented one of the twelve months, which together, as represented in the finale, make one year. Each of the members participated in at least one of the acts. Featured were an April showers trio, a Iune wedding quartet, a duet by Marsha and Georgia Stirn, and solos by Eileen Holme and Kolet Weed KOLET WEED President ASQ wi IS A SUCCESSFUL PAGEANT FUR SWIMMERS ,T A 'PT' R ,Q 9' 5,4 fS..,..,,,', ,....,- .N L, wx, fx. - . v ' A Q A- f . rig? ' M.. wi s 9 .,, A ,Q f Fwy A Q nb: -A ' . - - - QQ L 'A' :L 'A ,N , A ' . M S W ' 1 5, M' wh. ' V A fffi S T fp, , iv. ' f "f , ,-fb, V my 'TA '+A 4fA '- 2 A' 'J -ff -3- .H ' A S A A 'tan ff' Sgr ? R A S-Q.. 1 .... , , ' 3 5 , 0- A , 'Nl ? S. , 1 1 'S But I dom want to park here Practice makes perfect ,V A A f ,A,' 'A ASSA z A Hsziiliwu 33' In :iwgA.':s,g,fii':f'j xml A H 5 , I A ,F 4 il' - MA ,, as 3 i N my ' . 5 , ,Aww f"- A +61-my-'Wi , A 1 That iickles ...A N-lv - uv ' Seventy-One PEP STAFF SHOWS ENTHUSIASM AND VIGUR, SANDY KRAMER IAN SAETHER PENNY DROST LINDA HALE lan Saether, Sandy Kramer, Penny Drost, and Linda Hale did an excellent job of representing Mount Taho- ma. They helped to promote enthusiasm at the games by leading yells and by discouraging unsportsman-like conduct and booing from the rooting section. Even though football games often were Wet and cold, and basketball games were frequently played in crowded and stuffy gymnasiums, these girls were always there to let the team know that loyal Thunderbirds were behind them, Win or lose. Seventy-Two HELPS PRUMUTE SPIRIT AND SPURTSMANSHIP loining the yell leaders in their job of promoting pep and school spirit were lan Landry, Loni Thoreson, Nancy Rahm, and Robbie Welch. As song leaders they led the fans in pep songs and assisted in discouraging unsportsmanflike conduct. Their spirited fight and determination did a great deal to further enthusiasm at games and loyalty to Mount Tahoma. The results of their diligent practice and enthusiasm of both the song staff and the yell staff could be ob- served at football and basketball contests and at pep assemblies. E 1 2315-YM .. IAN LANDRY LONI THORESON NANCY RAHM ROBBIE WELCH Seven ty--Th . WM, A, fe: my 3 Agxmy , rage ,NSW ., ,, , sm Qggyagvf? 2, Wgkwxj ali Wfvfw E, ai X5 iw? f M Sf mum, me Wm, N QM 1 s gimp ,.., ,. ,, .,,. .flxgy-555, X -' '- .mg:iSfi, i Q- fy, .- -- 1, fig5f2"f . N. , g ,Ly Q A at A 4. W 4 X Q H' ,X 1 E ,rp 2 5 L +. Z1 Q, X xfl , 'W Vg sf? A ,E-g'gg4.25 fl , I. K 1 f -H-u-w..,U 901' when the 0146 Graaf Safrcr caazss fa Write against yaar aaala as laarks aa! that aaa Waa ar las! - aa! haw yaa playa! tha aalac' Graaflaaa Kiss THUNUERBIBD ELEVEN SWAMPS WILSUN 13-ll With a nucleus of fifteen returning lettermen, the Mount Tahoma varsity opened the regular grid season on September 20 With a 20-6 victory over the East Bremerton Knights. Despite bad breaks and injuries, the Thunderbirds Went on to post a 3-5 record, the best season in their short three year history. With a high amount of determination and spirit, it was no Wonder or surprise that the T-Birds showed Well all season long. The highlight of the season was a Well deserved l3-U Whitewash of Mount Tahomas cross-town rivals, the Wilson Rams. The hard fought Win was the south side school's first city and capital league victory. With fourteen felt Winners returning next year, the future looks bright for upcoming Varsity seasons. Seventy-Six TU GAIN . x 'il' INITIAL GITY LEAGUE VIGTURY TRUNDERBIRR 1963 VARSITY GRID REGURU George Nordi, lim McDonald, Gregg Friberg. Bob Ehrenheim. Dean Mellor Mount Tahoma East Bremerton ...... ...,. 6 Mount Tahoma West Bremerton 22 Mount Tahoma Lincoln ...,.......... 51 Mount Tahoma Wilson ....... U Mount Tahoma Stadium ........ I4 Mount Tahoma Cascade ........ 6 Mount Tahoma ..., ...... 0 Bellarmine ....... .... 9 Mount Tahoma .... ...... l 3 Centralia ...... ....... l 8 A' glam, fj4'fg'9"5 W WWMNTQQQB tm'- wu:fGis:,6ig M, kVh.Y N A AMN li.. GREGG FRIBERG DAVE WILLIAMS IAN MAKELA Head Coach Athletic Director Manager B?f,i2gfE Too many times We tend to torget how much time and effort the coaches put into one season of football. Most of us think of a coach as merely a person paid to get out on the practice field to yell and make sure nobody loafs. But coaching, as far as our sta'ff is concerned, goes far beyond this. 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M 5faVgVgVw.JVfVVffV,V: Vf 11525 Va, gk VN ,.,, We ' 51-Lf'kifE5 S' gi : ""'. ,f J'Vf'jgl7VVW5"'Qg,'QH if 'ff?Zi:fsQT?q fi?7iVJ55'ii-fiVfVI'E:2 V. ' ' 3 V, 1, V V we uf' f" - ' .er V - , VVV :1.,'wa,V1V V-..V,fg,VV V5g1.,':'1 IVV V: -:LV X' V1 'V f"f'V wi4VV,i' 1 ' V ,s. V.V. V V, . VV V,V,,, :.,, ,MV ,,Vkxw:A?kJQ,E,56MVVWk5VV TERRY GROSS IOHN HUNT GUGTC1 Halfback vf2VAVVQ,wV V VW VVMQV. , ,V LES SQUIRES Center Hunt returns punt for good yardage. YEAR AS T-BIRDS SHOW SIGNS UF PUWER T . I I ss.,-. f f .Q - tV'221.'-- M 1 - r ,' 5 ,I 1., W 3 K QV , I gk, x . 4, . 4' ' . rf , 1 if T I ' :Jil Q' ZX ge 4 .. ' ' Q.. 6 ' ' ' ,J N '4 S ,. " " " ' - as ,QA 'V .gf -. .ga - - f .,,x...w,N Q. g KA, , I V2 . I A . I f I PFS 1 :Q I CRAIG SPARKS CHRIS OLIVER FRANK BOUKAL DENNIS LARSEN SKIP GILLIS End Guard Tackle Tackle Halfback 5 "', - .K Eiilx, S f' V I N, SSIS S Y fww " Sli Q vm sl, 5 , A , fm- M S, TW, ix, 9 ,W , I , , ,W ,S,- 1 ., 4 7, Ag, ,,,kgNhQgf'fg gg, I 7 .f ,WF g iii W wffm m ':'iSff4,Lg DON HERBERT Tackle Most Improved lb I' ' ,nl er, ll 7 fe' W I - I .m,,1,., , l,..,5 I, I Q- S I on . W if , . If , w ' -ff M 4 . gl '37 - 'Im Q' Cey throws record-breaking touchdown pass to Falk. RON CEY Haliback Seventy-Nine MUUNT TAHUMA TAIIKLE, MIKE BARNEY, IS IOE SMITH End BRIAN HARTZELL Sparks makes key interception as T-Birds trounce Rams. Fullback TERRY CROGHAN IIM FLATELAND DAVE COOK LARRY 'roRNQU1sT Eighty Quarterback Tackle Tackle End W A L A ASW? If I Af ' .F ' J - ' -,glrx-new-.f 7"""'Aw+v ffwkv GUN mwah. awe? mg, R , R . 1, 4 X A Q r, .4 -1-' I . V-F ., ', f - A 5-I K ,.,. A 2 , 'f '3116:-jjg:gg7fa5:Qf.::?,,'j,z5fj':,Z' Af My , if 47- -.L,,, VV-' ,igzg 5 ' ' ' '- ff .. " R5-q--,.v "dh AT F W 5 .2 is ', T ' ' A xRR+fi gF F1 :s .. , " as DAVE WICHMAN Quarierback FIRST T-BIRD TU GAIN AN ALL-CITY BERTH Q Q ' W. B ' A H,- 'FQX'-,1 ., , K M6 ,. riff-.L :fm , "" ' v ' Y 2 f. 4 V V . . 'fx w Jig 355' ' ' f 'ww'-' 'M' Q :ff K M334?vf5?5' fgn- difzgfjgmznffv.-:wr X153 , I, kr: - 1 i M ,, W .Map LQ.. A. , . K ' ,.n,. -' V ,. HL' A -' M ,, -.Zim Sq., wrfimf LOUIE RICE PAT O'NEILL CHRIS DAVIES IIM FALK RICK TOLLEFSON Halfback Halfback Fullback Fullback Tackle I -av 3 .. 7' . ' -fx ggiffhk' . if Vg ki 5 fx-xii Nj X535 - M A-J, L.,, J' 9"-rf gif' 231'- W . F 'ye :lf Q '1- ,, fiawvqgflfff M W ffw-'N'-w'.:WA , Lay' f Tv s K 1,3 is , .A T W 5 , M Jigga MIKE O'BRIEN End T-Bird back eludes Wilson defense for exira yardage. BOB HUTCHINSON Center Eighty-One THUNDERBIRU5 WIN HUUP-GU-RUUNU TU UPEN Captain Art Smith accepts championship trophy for the Hoop-Go-Round. Under the excellent guidance ot Coach Don Moseid, this year's hustling basketball squad compiled a very commendable 15-Win 5-loss record. The past seasons cagers were in the City League chase the Whole year until the Lincoln Abes derailed the T-Birds in the second to the last game of the season. Thus, for the second straight season, a loss to the Lincoln Abes killed Mount Tahoma's chances tor the city championship. Although the Thunderbirds were denied the City League crown, they took undisputed possession of the Capital League championship by crushing the high-scoring Wilson Rams 70-53 in the final game ot the season. This marked the first major sport championship to be acquired by any varsity team at Mount Tahoma. Eighty-Two Q? gs f . ,-.. 14.3393 is ' fit ? ,.', t ' :,' Q " N ii . .1 ,M arg - 5m f A in X A f Q I' Sk, . , ',4 4 . , mi L. 4',"mx1 wx as , 9 'tg Y Af." ,f 1 . ,, -. 1 ., -Q QM:-5. E f W gs, r fs is vi 3 3 -S Us .., .f ' w fll' ,,, Q Q x fl. -' . . Y f..Q 1 ' -lf?-Ti' ' A p ? , K tkl: - ,:-, : N .,,, X A ,,: A Q Xgjifg, A , ,K 'QF Ci ' .v . ' ' M vii? . il.. , I I Q 5 my V I Q- " " Y QQ A- g. "flQQ l M im, -M -wvf' Q--,fQ:' M1 U e H W . , ,wt E., - Ag xkkr Si. --::, ,,,,,.,4-ff , ellwlfi rf ,, Q, . T4 x'i"i'uX iw' , ,, z" 'B .1K'.' -f I , 11' P ,- i A ,., I fur" 0 fi ,fs 1 5" Q my Ada Q45 'ffm ff ,,.,M.v-"'f"a' DON 4 Coa 5 5 5 5 l T-BIRD CAGERS SMASH WILSUN IN FINALE ART SMITH Forward Captain R11 r':+,, IOHN SCHULTZ Manager Eighty-Your DALE G1-ASS Smith in for easy cripple. IIM ENDICOTT Guard Guard Inspirational TU AEQIIIRE CAPITAL LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIP TOM TEMPLE Guard MIKE UHL Center MIKE CHANEY Endicott hoops smooth left-handed hook. IOHN LOBLAND Manager Center A11-City Eighty-Five THUNDERBIRD5 UUMINATE ALL-CITY FIVE AS Mt. Tahoma Opponents 76 E. Bremerton 62 Eighty-Six BRUCE MALFAIT Forward BOB TAYLOR Smith shoots and an Abe fouls. RON CEY Forward Guard 56 Lakes 58 59 E. Bremerton 58 65 Lakes 52 75 Curtis 5 1 66 Curtis 48 45 Wilson 54 40 Lincoln 45 53 Bellarmine 51 62 W. Bremerton 55 75 Stadium 64 61 Bellarmine 54 58 Stadium 50 64 Wilson 58 33 Lincoln 46 72 W. Bremerton 51 50 Stadium 47 6 4 Bellarmine 56' 40 Lincoln 49 70 Wilson 5 3- 2 frffvwgp .xxx xx g on ,5'9'5I ' 4 l 5 VARSITY MATMEN PLACE SEVEN EINALISTS is-y1,Z1SE:,,tb,:.I,1.Iig,,rf.,.I.gWI , I, , -1?.II,. M, , LU,. W ,.,. ....,I, I. Q:-I.-f ,qIl,fI?9Is'IIi'1if II II 1-,I,,,I,Q,1g,IfI1I VI 1 I I .,,A. sri . I , , , gsf Irz,:II, sm I II - :I - ,,r, , K V . V. ,I I .zrrsfw g ISLE: .I ,gvigif ' ' -- , . I 1 1, , ., -5. .... f ,Qu-x-I,vi31wI .- I- Ig- I if I I I mfs I. I- 'wil ::w14y4e1sri,'IsI-,IIIIf-I I I I I , QQ ,E,, , . ,E,E I ,... .. I - IEW VI!-1 ' 12 ili ?5i:7f5?'9I I' ' ' ' I ilwsti I ' I 'II I . 'ii 'Iwi I:.I - K ffir ik ' I I- E 11 II Izisv IZ . ,Wi II aj .'F:ZI"f1. -I- I, " c 135- " , ,J 'J A , ':-z"f5' -In." I ie':1se,w,:7i.291372431 , - I 1 ' -vi? I - Issiw-fiffefffwsws I I ,I . .I , I , . .-. mm- 1 'i5'I':1i,"5?':,:, ' I li -I :: "',' :: ::Q5E",,551E'?5:', ' -'I IIi...5a.:' ' :5: ,,f , V ' ,wink .5551555 555, I - z-g5ziS'tiEY55IA?'5? , rg..r,..1',..z':.."f5..a1,32f:EPq'n93::. : ,: I- :I 1' 'Isgjlgr-Q: :a s :..,..1 Isis 1I1I-ses I Irwvrwfirassigasei ----- . . ' Q' sgtfgf nq 4' .. 'j, ' .j jaggstiirrr .. i',:E,,,--1 'H,,:5,n:E, , ,,",,, ,, 1 Y I: n f. 'ft IN -1 Vlarisitfeh N :l',?',:4".: ':E": - 1 gi ".'f1.': 'q1,E?'.:':::2?:'f?1"::"5:i:7"5'::':IE'C.::'5:Ei4iHEn.::-ggi: .. WSII2-WwwIQIII-Iiwfmwf 1.1--Isfsfgis-Iviwigii .,.. 391154 Hsusadmsatm.f'2'ws1f.2'a'i..Es.I-..,.,.II,.wfa.....IIaIfnafeaa-,pwawfwtffi-'S-3 .WW II av-1--M----f ' 'III II II I CHRIS OLIVER MIKE CLAUS DAVE OGDEN 165-168 lbs. 127-130 lbs. Unlimited District Champion District Champion 1 I i f .II- If 1' 5 in W. PQ ,Q ,K S ,N 'S s Y- Nqna af amwmgr W 154, N I I as-Ia -I is i . S i,8,,m,g, , BOB HUTCHINSON F-CE SCRANTON 191.194 lbs. 154-157 lbs. GENE KRONLUND X Coach Scranton squirms to gain position on his man. Coach Gene Kronlund greeted an enthusiastic group of grapplers to begin the 1963-64 Wrestling schedule. The ruggedness of the sport attracted many young men Who turned out every night to fight for a varsity position. The highlight of the season Was the matsmen's two fine victories over Lincoln. With injuries taking their toll, the T-Birds were under- manned, and came out on the short end of the score. Determination and desire played a big part in each of the Wrestler'S success on the mat. This year Mount Tahoma sent two fine representatives to the state meet, Mike Claus and Chris Cliver. Both of these boys represented Mount Tahoma in fine fashion. Coach Kronlund should be commended for his team's performance, and Mount Tahoma can look forward to a profitable season next year. Eighty-Eigh! IN DISTRICT MEET EUR BEST TOM RAY 191-Unlimited Thunderbird 1954 Varsity Wrestling Scores Mount Tahoma ...... ....... 2 3 ' 26 Stadium ................ .....,. Mount Tahoma .,..,. ....... 3 0 Lincoln ,...,....,...,. ....... 2 5 Mount Tahoma ....... ....... 3 U ' 21 Wilson .............w. ....... Mount Tahoma .,.,,.. ....... 3 W. Bremerton .... ....... 4 5 TOM YORK 133-136 lbs. . . 4111 Q-.Sr . ' Q . ly m..,..W ' 911 W' 1,151 1 -A M. .YET 5. ' - SA? SEASON EVER ft .4 4, 1 A 4 ,x W 5 K- ri rr E 1 2 W 5' .1 'Q sw mf s as Q 3? ' 1 H 1 mg, gf,-6: J an 1 4 K, K! K, N IOE MANN ROLLY BRAZEL DICK KLAPSTEIN DAVE DeGRAW 175-178 lbs. 145-148 lbs. 138-141 lbs. 145-148 lbs. District champion Oliver throws down another opponent. 1 . mms 7.,. - .- -V K . fr If 1f.,1 ww, .:: V , ,. 7 fiijf-f'11'i,1-lgrfsgfw is ws2Q.1+9i..'z if '-,yu..1:ii11 J 5+ L, f. 'W ggfji .- 'ftm f K fgh V' K fi! 0.4 V .... . .. .. fre. -F ,1.1i,-1 .wg -p., ff ,w.,,k.. . .. ,. . TERRY WALTERS 112-115 lbs. 'v CRAIG KERR 120-123 lbs. 1. Mount Tahoma ,.,,,, ,,,.,,, Wilson ............,,,,, ,,,.,,, Mount Tahoma .,,,, ,,.,,,,, 1 2 E. Bremerton .... ..,.,.,, 3 4 Mount Tahoma ..... ,,,,,.,, 2 4 Stadium .,......,,,, -,,,,.,. 2 5 Mount Tahoma ...... ,,,,,,,. 4 0 Lincoln ...,....,..,,,,,, ,,w.,,, 1 0 Mount Tahoma ,,,,,, ,.,,,., 1 3 W. Bremerton ,.,,, ,,,,,,, 3 3 V . 5 1 SX 1 ff . f 1 .Sf - A ,.131f,1.f A ' 'f r"' ' S' -'f' ' n .' its-V'. ' f75 f1 3 . sfiygg-refs., mfr . . . 31 ' - - 1 1- W VQEKQ. . 22.339 -A2 P S ' ,gif :gi 1 I 53.kggu': fj qjfgiy Qizigfi-iffzgifgxgifs,ffisiffvifib1 . , . Q 24111251"'1T-it-fgv.zvi.g55i1iii'fi.ifMT?f'3'lLEg5?1fysgnrfigk22y5'gi:?2g53g? w iiz . S Zi--1 iflffz im, . 1 ..fii.,1,g,,i 2-. Q-. ..... .1 ., ...... ?5TW-?szTIf'e.i'1iTfLC:1ig,gg'f'gjug3?wir?vggllfeii,ip5'-ygjgFS:g'ssfqQfDg4,f1511 1. J . 'ri-51 wi.ia.ia. . ri 7 .0 7 . .. Nw. X . . . . .. .1 GLEN BRAZEL LARRY SCOTT 120-123 lbs. Manager Eight y-Nine 21 26 EIIIIIII-I STREETER'S RETIREMENT IILIMIIIIES VARSITY I9B3 SWIM SIIURES Mount Tahoma 65 Mount Tahoma 27 Mount Tahoma 52 Mount Tahoma 58 Mount Tahoma 30 Mount Tahoma 39 Mount Tahoma 49 Mount Tahoma I7 Mount Tahoma 44 Curtis 30 Stadium 68 Lakeside 43 Puyallup 36 Stadium S5 Curtis 29 Puyallup 21 U. of W. Frosh 74 Lincoln 39 Wilson 84 Lakeside 35 City Meet Mount Tahoma 3rd This year Mount Tahoma pays special tribute to Coach Wally Streeter. Chairman of the State High School Swim Coaches Committee, Coach Streeter has just completed the final year of a remarkable career. I-Ie began his coaching twenty-five years ago in Hawaii. After spending six years there, he came to Tacoma, thus beginning a nineteen-year tenure as one of the top coaches in the state. After sixteen years at Stadium I-Iigh School, seven of which earned Coach Streeter and his team state championships, he was transferred to Mount Tahoma. Upon arriving, Mr. Streeter immediate- ly began building a team around a nucleus of three lettermen. Since then, he has guided the Thunderbird tankers to improved records each season. Mount Tahorna pays special tribute to the little man with the big smile for his efforts in building a representative team of which We students certainly may be proud. Ninety TWENTY-FIVE YEARS UF SUCCESSFUL COACHING ,anim- "1-D-i"4 This years edition of the Mount Tahoma swim team certainly proved to be the strongest the Tflfiirds have ever produced. Although the tankers finished the past season third in city competition, they posted a fine collection of victories throughout the year. These included such formidable foes as Lincoln, Puyallup, Curtis, Hoguiam, and Lakeside. With experience being gained as the season progressed, the mermen vastly improved past individual and team marks. This was shown by the fact that all but three school records were broken during the season. Led by an able group of seniors, the TfBirds edged Lincoln in the city meet, again showing their domin- ance over the Abes, Assisting these veterans of the past two years was an exceptional group ot sophomores, thus assuring retiring Coach Streeter's successor a future swim team of great promise. Ninety-One VETERAN SENIURS LEAD T-BIRD TANKERS TU JAMIE HARKNESS .h,.. 2 : -ew HW f : Q if gif it if Q f f gg 2 t , if Q A. , U f 5-' f 12k,'?W5ss,-fwm-- -:.:,y,5,,W, ,QS :a fy,m ,:f? 5,2 fi ' ' WSE! , S 2 55 V L' at "'7"i',,X5fff f --'.i5ZE5::f A We f 5352 ' A '-u 'Ji' Y 'six' K 11 M' 5 snfzgpwiwi fy . E mi we 1 H wf5QwwfvfiQ15'fw 1: w,g K , ,. Apgylfmauffgea fs N , Qzilffifft 9352 ' a,::u,gH j S, tvg,2 2 ' S N K Ig, ,.,. i ,fig F mf,- " 1 'f!?5,is?f' ' 4- ii1.E.LE,::"sf'55 ' 7975135 W. ' 21 62 1 ' X . . ' 1 f 'iw z sa emsiffiikgezawwiileizi 1 L- BO B HANEY IIM SHEROUSE MIKE McLEOD Second Place State Diving Ninety-Two Webtooters are out to set tast time in free style RICH OWINGS S 2351-: : ,55 i !j,g3L5ti3fQ5i4Qe,'f,' jiV,l5ffQf ' f, iw. mtQgi?ffz::,yQ 4 M wg? L, is if - .Qm 15f1Pts,ifEf'k' 'SLG' ifftftfw 1.1sz,fwgf3,2,pws,e :'V,j'1:a f:55s2M . '- Q -gwt:QqfgmffQ55g5ggi if ' , W sm P-:JV "ff fi' I Life-' ' .1 K, f-V"'Qf?E V',l3ffW'vQ its Q M 'f 'tiwgig :ii-Ssittw f I ' - -' ,fr i K - K i f z 'K gyfygfh-qtggf ' fi , S " .."E:"' : 'g'Qt."'?ff?WVi'kfxQi VS ' ' f -' H A V .A . vi E ., 5 , :,,Qf-F wiki' W . ggzl-fit, ' Q '- ' . ' S f, V .,., . 1 . L- '1.2f15K-VQQQWLQY '1 , .2'r2:352-2353732315-xifi -gf7fYfi?i?5?1Q'!951Eigaj . - -with 7 X fswegzwuwmxwwsfwggig BEN SMIRCICH THIRD PII-IEE UVER LINCULN IN CITY MEET . ,., 5. , . .iv .Q 3 , - . ', IE I' -I ,. " .' - sa. E Fx fi, i I, K fx Cr- I 3 5 fin x 'Q X , I ,, ,W 7 ,, ,I,. ff BERT FITCH FRED BOTH RALPH HOWLAND CHUCK FAIN MIKE DEVEREAUX .W I I ,,,' kzwzfwf ,,w'fBg.Qjf2 I 5 ,1 1 L, i V I,L2 ,Z-I, I "I'I v i.kQlm! H L, II-. 1 -ef ey ,-QW , .- 112, Amy W. I V A good start can often tlmes mean the dlfference between a Wm or a loss. M . -1 f:'v ,. iw' 115-:Wi 'Tri I, N. 4- i -'Mil wf DAN ZITTEL Ninety-Three s 1 . .. TU CITY AND CAPITAL LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIP .,.,a.A. Mount Tahoma Curtis Mount Tahoma Sumner Mount Tahoma Clover Park Mount Tahoma Orting Mount Tahoma Enumclaw Mount Tahoma Enumclaw Mount Tahoma Sumner Mount Tahoma Curtis Mount Tahoma Bellarmine After two years, Mount Tahoma gets its own baseball diamond. iw, Q w q3.ii'?f+: --.: , I sstt is iigg-. Astsl ' trss J tfswsrt ' ,,. t RESERVE COACH FRIBERC Manager COACH MELLOR Mount Tahoma Lincoln Mount Tahoma W. Bremerton Mount Tahoma Stadium Mount Tahoma Wilson Mount Tahoma Lincoln Mount Tahoma Bellarmine Mount Tahoma Stadium Mount Tahoma W. Bremerton Mount Tahoma Wilson Coach Dean Mellor, beginning his third year as varsity baseball coach, greeted an estimated fifty aspirants at the first turnout this spring. Along with the newcomers, Coach Mellor welcomed back a core of nine lettermen. After the first few "get- ting' in shape"'turnouts, the coach began weeding the talent out of his crop of hopefuls. With such a large number of partici- pants, this proved to be one of the coach's more difficult problems. With the final team chosen, the T-Birds began a strenuous schedule of pre-season games with such teams as Sumner, Enumclaw, Curtis, Orting, and Clover Park. These pre-season games proved to be highly valuable in gaining experience, aside from the fact the T-Birds dropped only one game. With strength in all positions the T-Birds were in definite contention for both city and capital league titles. Ninety-Five BASEBALLERS SIIUW I-IP'I ABILITIES TU FINISH WARD MEWHIRTER Infield - Outfield SKIP GILLIS Solid single to left by T-Bird Pitcher DALE GLASS IIM ROBINSON RICK PETERSON FRANK BOUKAL TERRY CROGHAN First Base Infield First Base Pitcher Catcher Ninety-Six ..-an Q ti 5 TRAEKSTERS TRUUNEE EARLY SEASUN UPPUNENTS Ninety-Eight if df! V f 1' 94:3 , , fs ga -K MWF? i , Q, ,.., 3 I --Mfiw , . aww K, K . , . L : , ., I . an H - ' A V a t ,,Q.w, -V , m W w , g Y -,N w ' 'L "' V, , A' ,QQ - 'W f W S game fakzwm ' ?3W7'?.Qz34 .. f ww , , Aa , V . ,. wi3,1wN?3, A .gm ,v,,A,f- -, M A .. - kk"k Wkwargfym - 15, fwiag W I . 'A 'ff-ny " " vii k L, . , .. V H ,, H 5 A if ' " f iw ff hffm 'L W ' -f 1 -- . V ii -M., n ' 'H' - K' ' V Www, A -1' ' ' fm- f- ' ' 'f . 4sFx!E:ff , Apiffiwwfe ' . - li"n f"-'M' " ' SYS-?Q , 'f - ' :' - swicki? ,LL M " A f-,V '- ,. 'W' ' W' Vw I . . .V ' if '::r:- - ' .. - M .W ' ' -"' Q2-in -W , M4421 . " , M f,-gg . -,: A '5 i?:' , ' Smith flashes to first in low hurdles WORKING TOWARO OOAI. OF STATE CHAMPIONSHIP .. , Q .. . A 5 ...A COACH EHRENHEIM ASSISTANT COWLING VARSITY TRACK-How l: W. Arnold, B. Gunstrom. V. Williams, S. Ring, B. Welch, D. Barkley, T. Morris, B. Muir. B. Regan. ROW 22 M- Barney. C. sparks, 1. Hunt, 1. Black, M. Rinberi, 1, Fark, B. Hutchinson. 1 Hari, T. Temple, B- Larson- ROW 35 D- Degrawf C. Davis, I. Ef1diCOif,' M. Df1Y1l'1dUS91', L. Rice, D. Houghton, D. Pfau, A. Smith B. Taylor, I. Henrickson, T. Booth. This year's track team marked the return of some of the finest individual performers in the city. Aside from returning letter Winners, Coach Ehrenheim welcomed a large group of extraordinarily talented sophomores, helpful transfers, and a strong contingent of inexperienced hopefuls. The cindermen started the season in fine fashion, trouncing the Curtis Vikings in the opening meet. This was followed by rather easy victories over the Lakes Lancers and the Lincoln Abes. After an upset loss to the strong Stadium squad, the track- men bounced back to defeat eighteen teams by Winning the annual Daffodil Relays. All these meets were a prelude for the city finals, district meet, and eventually a trip to Pullman for the finest performers from each respective district. Coach Bob Ehrenheim has a knack of personally instilling confidence into each individual performer. This is a big con- tribuiton for forming a championship team, which Mount Tahoma has certainly proved to be. Ninety-Nine EINDEBMEN SHUW dnl... IOHN BLACK CRAIG SPARKS IOHN HUNT TOM BOOTHE IIM ENDICOTT DAN BARKLEY One-Hundred WINNING FORM, DEPTH AS W 1 Gunstrom clears 1U'6" against Bellarmine T-BIRDS CAPTURE ANNUAL DAFFUUIL RELAYS 'Q 1 serif f YJ -ei , BOB WELCH i A... Broadjumper Hunt breaks his own school record MIKE BARNEY WAYNE ARNOLD ART SMITH Wh """'5. S , Q43 rt' ' gi' 'Qi 'A ' A 4 'gf erg ' V , , A M ft Q fjf -..-, - . sei: . W, wiv 7 K " "Qs, 'kg Q A A ,M Q g f! V 2: 5 ., . Q .. -1, -S gg, -J , rf . '23, . Iwgigff , 31 ' ,'s,?i,, , 1 : my ." . s w' I.. f " ."'14-. MIKE REMBERT TOM TEMPLE One-Hundred-One .Wan W9 Q if . f I v,'.. .is Q ' A'?2 N fl if' .gig .p-up s K R R 5 f W T S 4 QA' 31. Mil A Qi t TENNIS - ROW l: I. Bloomquist, manager, D. Bechtold, I. Gunther, D. Stirn, B. Sweet, P. Atkins. Row 2: L. Deiss, B. Rytkoneri, I. Lobland B Malfait T. Iohnson, G. One-Hundred-Two Huffman, D. Bradley, I. Dorman. I This year Mount Tahoma's racquet squad, paced by the return of last year's entire team and a few well qualified novices, had an extremely good season in comparison with their past record. Some of Mount Tahoma's opponents were quite surprised to be beaten by practically the same squad that they had beaten last year. A strict conditioning program, valuable experience gained last year, beautiful tennis courts, a great desire to learn and win and Coach George Nordi's magnificent coaching ability were the main reasons for this season's record. This year's team, comprised entirely of sophomores and juniors, will be back in its entirety next year to rate as one of the favorites in the city. We certainly expect to see a champion squad next year. ww. KT' Mu pf -v-w I GULF -- Prim! How 1, VIVILSCOI1, V! 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L This year's rifle team, once again coached by Mr. Robert Orlando, captured fifth place in the Evergreen High School Rifle eague. Their commendable finish Was due in part to the team's hard Work and extra efforts. One other important factor was the easy accessibility of ten good rifles. These rifles were purchased only last year and helped greatly this season. The team's practices Were a little difficult to get to because -they were held at the Point Defiance rifle range. One of the purposes of the rifle team, besides attaining good marksmanship, is to learn the rules of proper rifle conduct. This facet of learning to shoot Was one of many good points Mr. Orlando taught his fine group of marksmen. One-Hundred-Four THUNDERBIRD JAYVEES ENJUY RECURD SEASUN RESERVE BASKETBALL - Row H. Holcomb, B. Reagan, I. Makela, P. O'Neill, R. Schatz, C. Davies. Row 2: Coach Theno, L. Trutman, B. Rytkonen, D. Dudley, L. .Tornqu1st, D. Hendrickson, A. Metzker. Coach Milt Theno's junior varsity squad, a combination of last year's city champion sophomore team plus a few return- ing junior varsity players from last year, won a total of six games the past season, a record number for a T-Bird reserve squad. It appeared the reserves would field a good squad from the very start of the season. As Coach Moseid cut his var- sity down to size, he found it difficult picking the last few positions. Because of this keen competition for these remaining positions, those sent down to Mr. Theno's squad showed above average talent on the court. The high point of the season was the final game. Against a strong Wilson squad, our T-Bird cagers completely dominated the game. Coach Moseid will certainly take a good look at these cagers for next year's varsity squad. One-Hundred-Five JAYVEES PRUVE TU BE DETERMINED GROUP . RESERVE WRESTLING - Row lt I. Overland, C. Iohnson, B. Warner, R. Aiken, B. Biber, I. Maplethorpe. Row 2: Coach Kronlund, I. Cozine, I. Mor- iord, S. Thompson, R. Tollefson, T. Ray, L. Scott. The reserve rnatmen, under the guidance ot varsity coach Gene Kronlund, didn't have their success measured in victories, h b h d an earnest desire to improve and land a varsity spot, and above all, but Where it really counts: sportsmanship. Eac oy a ' ' 'h l. E thou h the victory column was shy ot a number, all a responsibility to themselves in order to aptly represent their sc oo ven g t ' e ot the stiftest competition in the state among reserve squads. Inexperience ot the grapplers Worked extra hard, acing som was also a handicap which will be overcome in upcoming years. W'th ll the reserve matmen returning next season, this years experience promises next year's varsity team grapplers con- i a iidence and the qualities it takes to make a strong mat team in future years. One-Hundred-Six RESERVES PLACE THIRD IN EUUNTY MEET wi R i - . . , . 'eHogg, S. Bensiey, Mfienny, 3. Ha , Fi. Hanson, lflilarper, How 271. Gerken, R Norbom, S Mower, T. Heidt, D. Dodsworth, I. Lambert, L. Westholm, C. Ehli. Row 3: G. Brank, I. Forseth, l. Morgan, D Kanar, B. Flateland, D. Hiller-en, L Clson, Coach Dean Rennie. Coach Dean Rennie, greeting an enthusiastic group of reserve swimmers, started them on a year of tre- mendous improvement. With Coach Rennie providing Very capable guidance and leadership, this year's Mount Tahorna junior Varsity weblooters challced up impressive wins over the Puyallup and neighboring Lincoln reserve swimming teams, The Thunderbird jayvees also finished a very respectable third in the meet tor Pierce County reserve swim teams, coming in behind Wilson and Stadium. Although victory was not always the outf come ol their meets, each ot the Thunderbirds' many participating swimmers worked extra hard with an earn- est eftort and desire to become a member of the upcoming Mount Tahoma varsity swim team. The reserve tankers this year consisted ot an unusual number ot sophomores, thus insuring the varsity of capable perform- ers in future years. One-Hundred-Seven RESERVE TRAEKSTERS, RASERALLERS PRESS x?f'S7'w-V! RESERVE BASEBALL-Row 1: B. Torquist, G. Saudeberg, B. Grant, D. Know, R. Wiburgh, B. Iohnson, U. Decided, G. Schnite. Row 2: G. Question L. Trutman, R. Hamilton, A. Harr, B. Flarland, C. Davies, Coach Friberg. Coach Gregg Friberg, using top quality reserves, began early in forming a stronger reserve squad than in previous seasons. Because of added strength, due to the large number of returning varsity lettermen, this year's reserve diamondmen are looking forward to a greatly improved season and possibly a city reserve champion- ship. This year the reserves played a number of games on their own home field, which was just finished this year. These talented reserves put a lot of strain on the varsity for starting positions, because they continually came up with sparkling performances to show varsity capability. A hardy congratulations should be given to Coach Friberg and his troop of hustling reserves for a fine season and an excellent showing for Mount Tahoma in reserve competition. One-Hundred-Eight 'BIG BRUTHER5" FUR VARSITY PUSITIUNS 57 ,.. 'E F .HP nil' fi l' 4? f 'J-fs!! 1 RESERVE TRACK - Front Row: I. Waltier, S. Densley, D. Columbini, G. Pieruccioni, B. Hartzell, D. Wichman, M. Ioiner. Second Row: H. Iackson, C. Cornelius, D. Pedlar, F. Newton, T. Terrien, D. Hilleren, C. Ehli. Third Row: H. Dash, R. Horn, L. Vandergrift, R. Tollefson, R. Faunt. With Coach Bob Ehrenheim working With an earnest group of participants, the reserve tracksters con- sistently came up with good performances this year in competition with city and capital league opponents. This Was due to the depth experienced by the varsity team, leaving better than average performers to compete in these meets. Running directly after each varsity heat, the reserves had something to aim for, trying extra hard to equal or surpass the varsity times in hopes of gaining a varsity spot. After once proven as good or better than the varsity cindermen, each reserve got his chance to perform in the varsity heat. With valued experience gained against true competition, these T-Bird athletes can look forward to filling the spikes left by the graduating seniors. One-Hundred-Nine SUPHUMURE HUUPSTEBS SHUW DEDIEATIUN AS SOPHOMORE BASKETBALL - Row li I. Waltier, E, Burmester, L. Hunter, D. Ptau, W. Snover, Row 2: Coach McDonald, B, Gundstrom, D. Dudley, D. Houghton, B, Tornquist, B. Lloyd. Mount Tahoma's sophomore gold team, under the guiding hand ot Coach Iim McDonald, finished this year's league play with a seven-win seven-loss record. The Golds also swept two non-league tilts from the Bethel Braves' sophomore team, thus giving the Golds an overall season record of nine wins and seven losses. This year, as in the past two seasons, the sophomores have turned out early in the morning due to lack ot gym space in the afternoon. Although these practices were inconvenient, the hard-working sophomores didn't miss many practices. Consid- ering the sophomores' eagerness and dedication, the returning lettermen can be assured ot much high spirited competition for their varsity positions. One-Hundred-Ten THEY RULD EARLY MORNING PRACTICE SESSIUNS SOPHOMORE BASKETBALL - Left to right: G. Gilman, B, Grant, M, Brunelle, D. Durance, I. Dorman, W. Elery, Coach Ubben, R. Hamilton, S. McCoid, R. Schmitke, G. Schmidt, T. Williams, F. Bush, P. Mennenga. The sophomore Reds, under direction of Coach Larry Ubben, this year compiled a 7-win 9-loss season record. Although they lost more than they won, their season was termed successful because of the fact that they twice defeated their school rival, the Golds. A With determination and hustle, these sophomore boys are looking forward to a crack at some reserve and varsity positions within the next two years. lt takes a lot of desire and a love of basketball to come to the early practices that these sophomores took part in. lf it wasn't for their willingness to work extra hard and their determination, their fine showing certainly could not have been possible. With Coach Ubben leading the way, these sophomores had a successful season and therefore should be given a hearty thanks for a job Well done. One-Hundred-Eleven Row 1: L. Vandergriit, S. Silvernail, M. Stevens, E. Burmaster, I. Cornell, S. Newton, I. Miltiei, D. Iohnston. I. Blomquist fmanagerl. Row 2: Coach Nordi, P. Colombini, D. Hileren, R. Allen, D. Peterson, S. Ring, B. Flateland, B. Miui, Coach McDonald. Row 3: D. Roberts, D, Pfau, R. Hamilton, B. Tornquist, R. Owens. fMissing - T. Morris, R. Clinton, G. Lambertl The sophomore football team, With the help of coaches George Nordi and Iim McDonald, finished second in this year's race. They ended the season with a 4-2 record, their best in three years of competition. The moment of glory for the rookie T-Birds was their 19-6 victory over the Stadium Tigers. The sophomore gridmen never got their chance against Bellarmine, the only team they defeated last year, because both scheduled games were forfeited to the T-Birds. If the team keeps up the hard Work and improvement they have shown this year, We can expect a good varsity team in the future. One-Hundred-Twelve PDDL STUDENT LEADERS SWIM LEADERS - Kneeling: Coach Streeter. Row lt I. Harkness, M. MCLGOC1, B- SH'1i1'CiCl1, B. Hartzell, B. Haney. Row 2: G. Lawrence, R. Owings, E. Hedberg, B. Fitch, D. Herbert, Dan Zittel, D. Dodsworth. With the gym leaders teaching basketball moves, wrestling holds, gymnastics, and other phases of athletic maneuvers, much of the load was taken oft the physical education instructor, Mr. Williams. With the assistance of the gym leaders, Mr. Williams was able to keep his gym classes busy with vigorous calisthenics and a stepped-up running program. The swimming leaders taught the various swim techniques to beginning, intermediate, and advanced swim classes. From the beginner to the most advanced student, perfection is the ultimate goal. GYM STUDENT LEADERS GYM LEADERS - Row l. B. Meiclinger, I. Carmignani, L. Scranton, C. Kerr, R. loyal. Row 2: B. Hutchinson, R. Smith, C. Sparks, B. Welch, D. Davies, M. Chaney, M. Bohrer. This year's group of student leaders combined athletic prowess with their leadership qualities to once again aid Mr. Dave Williams and swim instructor Wally Streeter with their teaching assistance of gym and swim classes. A wen-deserved thanks should be given to these energetic student leaders. One-Hundred-Thirteen fmflramwq, ,ww 'fwsanmrsvl S1 semi' mwwmiiwgw Qs K1 mwmwawmwmslwm fmsmwsmmmm ASSOCIATED STUDENT TEDERATIUN UFSMUUNT TAHUMA BILL IOHNSON BEN SMIRCICH LINDA SCHUCHMAN President Vice-President Corresponding Secretary One-Hundred-Sixteen Domain of the A.S.F. Mount Tahoma's most vital organization is the one which has met regularly every morning in Room 143. lts importance lies in the fact that it is responsible for governing all student affairs. Council must authorize all posters and sales, approve all athletic events and social budgets, and must plan and execute the scl'1ool's extracurricular budget. But most important of all, it must effectively govern the Mount Tahoma student federa- tion. ASSUIIIATED STUDENT FEDERATIUN UF MUUNT TAHUMA . A -NN. K FH Iam COZINE MARY DEE HURD MR, QRLANDQ Recording Secretary Treasurer Advisor . Q The members ot A.S.F. are drawn from the executive posts ot the three classes, including class presidents and the class representatives to council. During the past year, A.S.F. has sponsored such af- fairs as the Christmas Wrapping sale, the sale of activity tickets, and Pep Week activities. Domain ot the A.S.F. One-HundredASeventeen SENIOR CLASS SETS EXAMPLES UE LEADERSHIP DAN BARKLEY IIM DAWSON President Vice-President SR. RR, REPS. - Row l: C. Laursen, T. Brunelle, S. Halverson, M. Betshart, M. McCulloch. Row 2: R. Marker, M. O'Brien, I. Endicott, B. Dees, B. Powell, L. Schwebs. One-Hundred-Eighteen VAL MORFORD LONI THORESON Secretary Treasurer ulndustrious labor", "diligent, inexhaustable energy", "eminent academic standards", these phrases can only begin to describe the goals and accomplishments which are credited to the Senior Class of 1964. This year's graduating class, feted as among the most outstanding in Mount Tahoma's history, has displayed an impressive combination of school spirit and con- scientious responsibility, coupled With top salesmanship and scholastic abilities. Zest and vitality wereobvious early in the year as the Class of '64 pulled ahead, maintaining a comfortable lead, to capture the award for the highest percentage in activity ticket sales. Efforts to enrich the class activity fund were many and varied as the seniors worked hard to build their treasury. Highlighting the campaign, a drive to sell Christmas cards was instigated early in October. As upperclass salesmen canvassed the city, results of the sales mounted to a total of more than SQULLUU. Small but mighty, the Class of 64 emerged as the top competitors in Pep Week Activities. The pep trophy, nylon contest, tug-of-war, beard growing contest, Brakeman Bill hat sale, and trash can competition were AND DEDICATIDN TD UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS TERRI BRUNELLE IOHN NOBLE Girls' Representative BOYS' RQPTGSSYITGUVG easy marks for the energetic students as they triumphed over sophomore and junior classes. Later, in the spring of the year, toothbrushes Went on sale to help finance Senior Cruise expenses. And, fin- ally, as a contribution to the school and a parting gift from the Senior Class, 5500.00 was donated to pay for a public address system for the gym. This class, the first to complete three years at Mount Tahoma, has left a legend behind them as a goal for classes to follow. They have not only enjoyed their share of pep, fun, and games, they have also borne in mind the real reason they Were here . . . to learn. This year ended, just as all the others had, but this year meant a great change for the seniors, because now they must leave school to enter society. Some will go on to higher education, and others will join the working force-each will pursue his lifetime goal. As members of the highly acclaimed Class of '64, one can- not help but expect outstanding achievement and suc- cess in future years as Well. MR- 1-ARSON MR. STREETER Advisor Advisor Senicrs lead in pep and spirit. One-Hundred-Nineteen SENIUR WEEK AND CRUISE Senior Week, the lfifgt week ot high school tor the Class ot '54, uvara orfifiriiziefl to tfike in every day from lflay 25 to lflf,i',1 29. lsiridfi Sfrliiicliiiifiri find Ben Smircich were the cof cliairrtien who hfffided theme linal activities. lncluded in those lun titled Cl'1'ff3 were fi llootenanny at a local coltee house, a picnic fit Point lletiairice, an annual signing party, and at the lfifst, Callffflfl up day. When they were completed, each rrieiiiber ol ttifr clfirzfg wished they could participate once again in theme fictivitiefa but realized that from now on Senior Wffrel: lor tliffrii existed only in memory. As a climax to tliree yefirs filled With many enjoyable itieiiiories and eventfz, the fzffniors set sail on the evening ot lune 3 tor fi i..et:.firfiblf: iiiidniftht cruise planned by loAnn Titlfiny and ,,lk.pG1tli's, I , , tg- , liiixiiediately fitter coiriizienceriient ceremonies, busses left lor Seattle where the faeriiors boarded the llvirginia Five" lor an hour and ti lifilt Ctlll5,1O to Kiana Lodge, Arriving at the lodge, the seniors enjoyed a delicious dinner and a dance. The return trip by boat proved to be nostalgic in fi way bcrcfiiise as a class this was the linal outing they would be taking. Yet it was a happy moment when they realized that the luture ahead brightly awaited every one ol theiii BANUUET, BALL, WEEK t SENIOR BANQUET CO-Cl-lAlRMENi Linda Schwebs and lamie Harkness Unit llimdzed-'lwixnty SENKDR CHLHSE AND SENIOR VJEEK CO-CHAll:tMEN: loAnn Tiffany Skip Gillis, Ben Smircich, Linda Schuchman. , CRUISE PLANNED BY SENIUR BANQUET Crimson, gold, and White decorations set the mood tor the gala Senior Banquet held at the Top ot the Ocean. The banquet was planned by co-chairmen Linda Schwebs and lamie Harkness, and took place at 8:00 on April l8th. Music by the lrridescents added to the sentimental atmosphere ot the smorgasborg dinner as seniors enf toyed one of their last evenings together as a class. As the night drew to a close, laughter was treguent, memories were vivid, and graduation Was an upperf most thought in the minds ot all. SENIOR BALL CO-CHAIRMENL Mary Dee Hurd and Steve Higgins SENIUR BALL The theme of the Senior Ball, "Treasured Moments," Was planned and executed by co-chairmen Mary Dee Hurd and Steve Higgins. The date was May 9th and the scene was the Baye view Room of the Winthrop Hotel. While the couples swept dreamily around the dance floor, memories of the past three years flooded their minds. Misty-eyed seniors, remembering high school pro- jects, laughter, and tears, had these many precious moments to remember. EUMMITTEES TU CLIMAX SCHUUL YEARS STATE REPRESENTATIVES This years representatives to Girls' State at Central Washington State College and the Boys' State at the University of Puget Sound were Linda Schuchman and Tom Temple. These two outstanding students were selected by a faculty committee and last year's state representatives. Selection was based on character, academic standards, and personality traits of the applicant. During the conferences, which lasted from Iune lO to lune l7, the representatives followed a leadership program to understand and learn to practice demo- cratic forms of government. STATE REPRESENTATIVES: Linda Schuchrnan and Torn Temple One-Hundred-Twenty One SENIUR HALL UF FAME B4 MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED . . . IANICE SAETHER AND BILL IOHNSON O H dred-Twenty-Two FRIENDLIEST . . . LONII THORESON AND IAMIE HARKNESS MOST INTELLIGENT . . . IRIS SMITH AND TOM TEMPLE PEPPIEST . . . IAN LANDRY AND DAN BARKLEY MOST ATHLETIC . . . PAT HANLY AND ART SMITH drecl-Twenty-Th BIGGEST FLIRTS . . . IUDI BEGALKA AND IIM DAWSON One-Hundred-Twenty-Four SHYEST MARi g'1:EADHAM AND BRUCE DEES CLASS CUT-UPS . . . VERONICA HARR AND SKIP GILLIS MOST TALENTED . . . IUDY STELL AND BEN SMIRCICH Lf! 4? J I f -K'!'ib'4'4 ,4 DX? 2. X ,. BEST LOOKING . . . MARY DEE HURD AND S'I'EVE HIGGINS BEST MANNERED . . . CATHIE LAURSEN AND IOHN NOBLE One-Hundred-Tweniy-Five DANIEL M. BARKLEY CHERIE MARIE FORTIER r""04, 'bw-'rv' PATRICIA A. KNUTS ON One-Hundred-Twenty-Six HUNUH GRADUATES The diligent students Who throughout their high school years have studied and Worked to maintain their grade point average, have at last earned the right to graduate With honors. Pictured below are seniors Who, through their ceaseless effort to learn, have received an accurnulative grade point of 3.3 or above during the past four years. Congratulations must certainly be extended to these out- standing leaders who have upheld such a high standard during their high school careers. ln so doing they have become a high- ly respected example towards Which others might strive, and have inspired a classic pride in the hearts of their fellow class- mates. These few, who have so studiously and unfailingly applied themselves, have helped to make the l964 graduating class one to be remembered. .Z MARI LYNN BETSHART KAREN L. FRY TAMARA c. GOOSCHIN MARILYN A. HANsoN WILLIAM A, IQHNSQN '13 ' wifi YD CATHLEEN F. LAURSEN DOUG MITTELSTAEDT RICHARD OWINGS LINDA M. PARKER -ff .W-4, 1? sims ifpwf , 'lv '-...J BEVERLY L. RADEK IAN SAETHER LINDA M. SCHUCHMAN CLAUDIA L. SMATHERS ARTHUR SMITH 3-5e'xx,Q5 . - 'iw sl' IRIS L. SMITH BONNIE L. STAKER NELLA STECKLER IUDITH L. STELL GEORGIA A. STIRN 4-'--5 KPN 1-rw' MARSHA R, STIRN PATRICIA B. SWANSON CAROLYN ESTI-TER TAYLOR THOMAS TEMPLE KOLET WEED One-Hundred-Twenty-Seven IIM ACKER ROGER D, AIKEN LAUREL MARIE ALDERTON EUGENE DALE AI-I-EN PAT ANDERSON DAVID CLIFFORD ARFMA. WAYNE ARNOLD BARBARA ARTHUR BARBARA ANNE ALSTROM IANET LORAYNE ARTHUR UNEQUALLED REEURU UF FIRSTS REMAINS AS MICHAEL BAKER One-Hundred-Twenty-Eighi ,wal ' IXA Q23 . CAROL 'EAN BARCLAY DANIEL M. BARKLEY MICHAEL JOHN BARNEY CLARY BATTSON , 'E IANICE ANN BAXTER CECIL BEAVERS IUDI ANN BEGALKA IRENE IOYCE BERNIER yin., I -I iii SHERRY BEVRY REX C. BIGELOW IOHN B. BLACK WALLACE G. BLACK MARI LYNN BETSHART IOHN DAVID BLAHM THE CLASS UE B4 LEAVES EUR THE LAST TIME .4-"5 , IAMES BLAYLOCK DAVE BLISS DYANE L. BOEHM MIKE 1 RICHARD E. BOONE One-Hundred-Twenty-Nine H235 DONNA L. BRENTIN TERRI ELIZEBETH BRUNELLE One-Hundred-Thirty CHARLENE L. BOTSFORD FRANK BOUKAL RICK BOYD ROBERT I- BRABENDEH UT '64 SETS TRADITION BY PRUVIUING ROBERT BRIEN KARREN ANN BROWN SAUNDRA LEA BROWN WENDELL B. BROWN PATRICIA I. BUCHANAN RICHARD D. BURKE STEVEN BURNETT MICHAEL BUR ROWS lf?"- SCHOLARSHIP TU AN UUTSTANDINE STUEENT LANA K. CARLSON MARILYN CARSON DOUGLAS A. CASSIDY -J' 'fi-...ff MICHAEL A. CHANEY SHERON CHAPMAN DRENA D. CHRISTENSEN 4, X Ax Everything was calm uniil the chair Went over. One-Hundred-Thiriy-One 'E-'lf IAMES CHRISTIAN KATHY CI-ARK COLLEEN AUDREY CLAUS MICHAEL CLAUS IANIS ANN CLIFTON ih- Wm DIANA COLE CATHERINE CONKLIN IIM CONNER IUDI L. COOK CHUCK COOLEY NEW INSIGHT IN HIGHER EIJIIIII-ITIUN GAINEIJ A.. ,,LA , ..,, .,k..,. . .K V I val' N,-K. IEEI A. COZINE KAYE E. CURTIS MICHAEL K. DANHAUSER CHARLES T. DAVIS IAMES H- DAWSON One-Hundred-Thu!y-Two A. BRUCE DEES DAVE DeGRAW MARY LYNNE DELANEY DARLENE De-MANGELAERE '?UW THOMAS K- DIRA DONALD DOTLICH DUANE DOTLICH REBEKAH S. DRAPER KATHY M. DIESS PATRICIA GAIL DUMAS BY SENIURS AT ANNUAL CULLEBE EUNFERENIIE 19" ' 1 N ANDREA L. DUNCAN LANA I. DURALL IAMES E. ELLWEIN IAMES W, ENDICOTT 'WK EARLINE EVANS One-Hundfed-Thirty-Three MSI IEP-NEI-LE M- FAILNER IOHN FARBER MARIORIE M. FARON ROBERT L. FERARI LYNDA D. FICIALA RETAILING UF CHRISTMAS CARDS PRUVIDES WAYNE FITCH CHERIE MARIE FORTIER KAREN L. FRY CARRIE G. GATES GARY AUSTIN GIBBONS WM' ,,., DONALD B. G-ILLIS II DALE E, GLASS PATRICIA S. GOMSRUD LYNDA GOODWIN TAMARA C. GOOSCHIN One-Hundred-Thirty-Four Jr: .,f- --N R. , 1 N.- 'Sv wud' FUNDS FUR THE NUMERUUS 1 WK 'Wh "ZIV iilovvf IERHY GROSS MICHELE GROVES DAVE GRUBBS BILL L. HALE PAMELA A. HALLER MARILYN HALLAWELL SANDRA A. HALVE ...ang HSON DOUG HANCOCK MARILYN L. HANDY Bon I. HANEY One-Hundred-Thirty-Five N Q N PATRICIA HANLY F6137 pf Fitting of caps and gowns precedes graduation. MARILYN A. HANSON SENIUR5 REMINISIIE UVER VERONICA HARR MICHAEL HARRISON TOM A. HARRISON One-Hundred-Thiriy-Six GAYLE A. HANSEN DAVE C. HANSON TOM HANSON IAMES L. HARKNESS HIGH SEHUUL AS WAYNE HAUG DALLAS HAVENSTEIN - ww za- ALAN 1. HAYWOOD 1. HENSELEN PATRICIA IANE mass IANE1' KAY HEWARD LYNNE Hicks if. MEASUREMENTS EUR CAE AND GUWN ARE TAKEN ff' i ag T739 f-.ff T? i K - e QQ wil -, 595 MARTHA HOGAN EILEEN HOLMIE GARY R. HOLT IEAN CAROL HOPKINS COLLEEN HORN One-Hundred Thu ky-Seven ' fb ., ""?1"su rw ICN 4-'Di IOEL W. HOWELL IAMES D. HOWARD IOHN E. HUNT MARY DIEE HURD IUDITH IVERSON WILLIAM A. JOHNSON DON IOHNSON RAY IOHNSQN QQ9' BARBARA I. HUTCHINSON ANITA L. IONES UUTSTANDINE SPIRIT AND ENTHUSIASM SHUWN id' 9F""?i fu..-f "y, GORDON A. IONES SHARON MARIE IONES SUSAN IORDAN RICK IOYAL DON KACHENKO One-Hundred-Thirty-Eight vw-1 "rn, 'Ury , N BIARNE KAER JAMES R, KAMMEYER WILMA KAUTZ COLLEEN KNOX DONALD I. KNOX y"'Q WN-...Q an "T:-nv --49" MQTERIUEE KBLELIINAENSFEP WElEYI2KoXETIiE:IifEE 15' Y 1,-nv' LYNDA L. KRUEGER - . Lf,-W' 1 ,.f,m,, ,. , , . 'WA -4, S . ff ' f 3 -,Q ka' W P. :Q QS.. X "' i , X zgiy z, rr , f e,,,,,.mi5g 419.3 1, M. -Q ff. iv. THOMAS H. gr Q - rf '11 lx w fr f A - Q QV ..-..-9-. 'X il' 3 , S ...gg N H , j , f up 13. I Q JP 'WM' fag? 3 .?:,-QAM K. .551 Q Y Q J . 'ik N KRUGER, IR- SHARQN KUCICH MARY B. KUENZLI SHARON L. KUNEMAN One-Hundred-Thiriy-Nine .-S'3"f Z -sw., I -my -E IANICE L. LANDRY DENNIS M. LARSEN DON LARSON CATHLEEN F. LAURSEN KEN LEE flu.. IAIQSWIIIE LEXHNEES UIQWIEIIERRUIIITNIE FUIIEEIEMY CORIIELIA A. LUKE DIANE I. MAIIALA IEANNE M. MAIN SUZANN IVIANDT ROBERT M1-XNNING One-Hundred-Forty ,, ,ff yy DAVID MARKER ROBERTA MARKER IIM MARTIN RICH p, MASKULE LUCILLE MASON RESPUNSIBILITIES of ADULT EITIELNSHIPI e""'f wif" IOHN E. MILLER IOY-ANN MILLER VERN MILLER GARY MILTON GAH- MITCHELL One-Hundred-Forty-One 3,-,W 'Www 'X' HELKEINGWEEEYND MEi3E?rTAH6if22f3EEcArvff1fEf DAVID MOORMAN VAL MORFORD LINDA K. MULLER 'Ii 'V7.'l'B' What makes a classroom? One-Hundred-Foriy-Two MARY A. MCCULLOCH MICHAEL P. MCELROY GLENDA LOU MCKINNEY 1-N943 3915? EEABED Lodi? RPEEJLnuLi1NEEEm12iNnLm2iEfEi3iER QAAEEEEE L w L gf DANNY O'DELL DONALD D. OGBURN RONALD D. OGBURN if Rx., BARRY D. OLSON IIM OLSON IEAN M. O'NEILL 3 -' W' 'Rh 45 'G' x3 DAVE OGDEN CHRIS I. OLIVER vu.-ay IOAN G. OSTRANDER RICHARD OWINGS One-Hundred-Forty-Three PU! CHARLES PALMER BONITA E. PARKER LINDA M. PARKER qqgnhx-'09" DAVID R. PEDERSEN THOMAS C. PELTIER SUSAN PENWARDEN N-..I,,,,m w... MELODIE I. PASQUALE CAROL A. PETERSEN 'TDGETIIER WE STICK, DIVIDED WE'IIE 'B Wiufif' PATRICIA GAIL PEYTON GEORGIA PFAU GRETCHEN PHILLIPS One-Hundred-Foriyfour V. f 'lil' VICTORIA I. PHILLIPS 'U4!!""4:HA sling' KAYE M. PATTON sa' RICHARD PETERSON STUCK" KA THIE PITT 'G 1'5" BRENDA I. POWELL EARL A. PRUE DANNIE D. QUASCHNIK BEVERLY L. RADEK RAMONA L. RAMSDELL gm D. . lv' 7 " I EDWARD W. RICHARDS PATRICIA RIGGSI roIvI RIGGS MARGARET R. RISK IAMES EUGENE ROBINSON One-Hundred-Forty-Five 5 f, A, vi: gf DAN ROLLINS ROY ROLLINS SHARON ROOT CAROLYN ROYCE BETTY RUDSIT "WERE THE BEST EUREVER MURE" WAS HEARD IAMES RUSSELL IAN SAETHER CHARLOTTE SAYLOR ROBERT SCHIEMER YUDY SCHLOTTERBECK GLENN SCHMIDT IOHN IAMES SCHULTZ REBECCA SCHULTZ LINDA M. SCHUCHMAN LINDA SCHWEBS One-Hundred-Foriy-Six all rx- W- milgcnggfllUEELHEXRTICIIEXSEU IN CAEEE MXET1vIfffEf 'Ph fd 'nun-9 RONALD SIGSWORTH KATHLEEN A. SIMONSEN CAROL A. SIMONSON CATHERINE-MARY SINCLAIR IUDITH SLAVICH FUN 1496 'ESV CLAUDIA L. SMATHERS BEN D. SMIRCICH ARTHUR smrm BRUCE SMITH CALVIN L. smm One-Hundred-Forty-Seven ffm-We 1- A wa V ' ff: M,-W- Q f ,N .f ff' ,M -'D f CATHIE SMITH GAII. SMITH GAIL ANN SIVIITH IRIS L. SMITH L. SMITH ,Wa . 75, QW . ww, --., Y a ii ' MARI K. STEADHAM NELLA STECKLER lunm-I 1.. STELL BARBARA STILES GEORGIA A- STIRN One-Hundred-Forty-Eight 121' MARSHA R. STIRN BONNIE STOUMBAUGH DIANE SWANSON 1? als... CAROLYN ESTHER TAYLOR THOMAS TEMPLE RAY D, THARP THE PEP AND ENTHUSIASM IOYCE E. THOMPSON PAT THOMPSON LONI A, THQRESQN PATRICIA B. SWANSON UEMELXES -1-dvd 130' ROSEMARIE TIETIEN DON TANKSLEY DAVID L. THOMAS UF B4 ICANN FRANCIS TIFFANY One-Hundred-Forty4Nine NANETTE IEAN TINGSTAD KATHY UHL MICHAEL R. UHL IERRY L. UPTON IANIS M. VICKERY CUMMENCEMENT BRINGS JUY ANU SADNESS TU PENNY A. VOGL LAURIE A. WADDELL MARY F. WAGNER TERRI L. WALTERS KOLET WEED ROBERT L. WELCH PAMELA SUE WELLS SUSAN I. WEST TUNE WHEELER ICANN WINBURN One-Hundred-Fifty T-Rr Effihns KEY Wffflsfl 531335. YE!-HSMLXBE EEEEEBWIBE LILLIE WOLFER SUSAN G. WOODS CALVIN A. WORTHY DAVID WORTMAN LINDA WRIGHT coUa'rNEY Youuc GRAHAM YOUNG One-Hundred-Fifty-One JUNIUR STATE DON HERBERT BRUCE M51-FHIT comma: RASMUSSEN suszm BROWN President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer IUNIOR ROLL ROOM REPRESENTATIVES - Row 1' S. Brown, K. Lund, L. Herth, P. Burman, P. Spencer. Row 2: B. Hetchinson, I. Hanson, C. Hanson, L. West- holm, I. Ellingson. One-Hundred-Fifty-Two The end of the l963-64 school term marks the close of a very eventful year for the Iunior Class. As a class, the juniors participated vigorously in all school func- tions and represented themselves notably at all times. Included in the realm of their activities were a sale of class pins and the sponsorship of a very successful dance following a Lincoln-Mount Tahoma basketball game. Besides these projects, they conducted a sale of all-occasion cards, as Well as joining in the school- Wide Christmas wrapping sale. As president, Don Herbert, and the other Iunior Class officers have led their classmates through a busy year. They have all proved themselves deserving of the hon- of their offices include by their performance of their duties. They have shown themselves as worthy rep- resentatives of their fellow students. JUNIOR STATE ROBBIE WELCH Girls' Representative EDD GRANT Boys' Representative The dreamy music of Art Doll floated romantically across the floor on April ll, the night selected for the traditional Iunior Prom. Co-chairmen in charge of the event, Susan Brown and Bruce Malfait, planned and followed the theme of "Tahitian Paradise" throughout, accented by a color scheme of soft oranges and yellows with pastel greens and shades of browns. The efficient committee heads who were partially responsible for making this event as successful as it was includedi Band, Don Herbert, Chaperones, Bruce Malfait, Clean-up, Chris Davies and Dale Stirng Decor- ations, Susan Brown and Karin Lund, Pictures, Ann Whitelock, Publicity, Karin Lund, Refreshments, Linda Thompson and Tim l-loardg and, Tickets, Pat Granoski, Aff MR. McNEAL MRS. LANDAHL Advisor Advisor IUNIOR PROM CO-CHAIRMEN: Susan Brown and Bruce Malfait Oneel-lundred-Fifty-Three ra, A ' M .--- - N Q , VJ, . W ,VNU ., U , My ws, , f V - ' if X A " N e We IW AW ' ff f . 1+ 3 ., w.'-Jf1 Qfiztbi 4-I 2 ' 1 2?:1'Zz?2': S? ' Q gui 5 X. ,Q Hg, , 5 L, 5 xxx ,.,, K 1 1- 1' mime, ,iq ,Wife , Wm., f. . Y , QW Ya t .. 'K ?2'Q,f M at , ' - l l w fzf 'Q , 7,,k 5 EF: 1 . 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'11 One Hundred-Sixty-Six J, PL W ' N' The doorway to my future lies before you - push it wide open one an 1 g One-Hundred'Sixiy-Seven SUPHUMURE STATE GARY PERUCCIONI DENNIS HOUGHTON SALLY MENNENGA IULIE IOYNER president Vice-President Secretary Treasurer SOPHOMORE ROLL ROOM REPRESENTATIVES - Row l: T. Williams, L. Smith, I. Eortier, G. Schmidt. Row 2: I. Waltier, K. Alson, R. Bridgs, L. Kimball, M. Lochriclge. A. Moe. Row 3: B. Bibber, P. Mennenga, E. Dickson, L, Hanson, S. Harr, I. Rasmussen. One-Hundred-Sixty-Eight Early in the '63-64 school year, Mount Tahoma's new sophomore class began showing the pep and spirit which will lead them to new heights in their junior and senior years. Led by Gary Peruccioni, they added to the overall greatness ot Mount Tahoma's student body. Sophomore elections in the tall brought into ottice, along with President Gary, Dennis Houghton, vice- president, Sally Mennenga, secretaryg Iulie Ioyner, treasurer, Francie G-illetti, girls' representative, and Rob Hamilton, boys' representative. SUPHUMURE STATE FRANCIE GILLETTI ROB HAMILTON Girls' Representative Boys' Representative During the year the class of '66 had three car Washes to raise money for the sophomore treasury. They pro- vided a banner for the homecoming festivities and par- ticipated actively in all school events. One of their main projects was to order their sophomore class pins, which arrived during the second semester. The sophomore year in high school is filled with many new ideas, and as the class of '66 is promoted, they reminisce about these, but each individual looks forward to more rewarding and profitable experiences. '- MR. WIDMAN MISS FLATT Advisor Advisor Tomorrow and tomorrow and tomorrow , . 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Grazzini, Rose .r,,.,,,, Gregg, Venishia .,.,. Grigg, Linda .,,.....,.. Groves, Michele ..,,, Guinn, Rena ,..,,,,,,,,, Gustafson, Nancy ,.,. Guthman, Bonnie .... Hale, Linda .,r.,,., Hale, Rose ..,..., Halko, Mary ,,..,,,,,,,,,, Hall, Penny ,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,i, 1 157, fibf' 'Iliff' .38, 61, Hallawell, Marilyn ,,,-i,,, ,,,, Haller, Pam ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Halloway, Marlyce Halverson, Sandy .,,,,, Handy, Carolyn ...... Handy, Marilyn ,,,,,,,, Hanes, Kathleen ...,., 72, Qff1fQfQ..s3 .l..L,..174 44, 135, Hanly, Cathy .r,,,,. ,,,,,,,,,,,, 3 4, Hanly, Pat .,,.,.7,7,....... ,..,,., 3 4, 124, Hansen, Gayle ,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,V,,,,v,,,,,Y,,, 3 8, 43, Hansen, Nancy ,,,,,,i, ,,,,,,-,,,,,,,,,,,,,A,,,,,,,,,,,,,Y,Y,,,, Hanson, Barbara ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,r,,,,,,,,,,,,,,-,,,-,,,,,,,, Hanzon, Christine .,.. 29, 33, 34, 59, 158, Hanson, Ieanette .,,.,, 29, 33, 34, 59, 158, Hanson, Linda ,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,A,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Hanson, Marilyn ,..r, ,,,,,,,,,,,, 4 4, Harmon, Sharyl ,,,,,,, r,,,,,,,,,,,,,,s,,,,,,, Harper, Helen ...... ,,,,,,,,,,,,-,-,,,,,,,,,,,, Harr, Veronica ,,,-r ,-,,,,,,,, 6 5, 124, Harrison, Pat ,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Harrison, Valerie .,,,..,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,, 4 5, Hauss, Ianice .,,,,, , ,,,,,,,,,,,, , Hayne, Cherie ..,..,... ,,,,.,,,, 2 9, Haynes, Bonnie ,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,, , Heath, Cherry .......,,.,,,. ...,..,., 6 2 Henderson, Louise .. Hendrickson, Cheryl Hensley, Sharon ....,,,.,Y.. Herd, Lillyane ....,,..,, Herth, Lynn ....,,. Hess, Pat ..,,.....,,,.,, 1-letler, Charlene ..... Heward, Ianet ..,., Hickey, Suzanne Hicks, Lynn ,,.,,,....,,..,.. Higginbottom, Roxy High, Peggy .,,.,,....,. Hill, Karen ...,,.......... Hilton, Iudy ..,.,,., Hilts, IoAnne ..,..... Hinton, Lydia ..,., ,, Hinz, Donna ......... Hiott, Theresa ....., Hiscox, Nancy ......... Hitchcock, Sharon ..,.. Hobart, Donna ......,,,, Hoffman, Nicki .,,... Hogan, Barbara ,...... Hogan, Holder, Martha .,..,.. Iudy .,.,.... 41, 40, 158 39, .,44, flili Holler, Karen ....,,, Hollos, Anna ..r,,,. Holme, Eileen ,r... Holmes, Sherrie ..... Hopkins, lean ,,,,,, Hornsby, Linda ,,,,, Horn, Colleen ....,,... Horton, Sandy ....... Hoyt, Kathy ,,,,,,,,,,,,, Hubbard, Becky ,,,.. Hubbard, Ianet ....... Hughes, Iulia .,..,,.,,,, Hunotte, Sandy .,..... Hunter, Nancy .,,,..,,,, Hurd, Mary Dee .,,.. Hurnblad, Iudy ,,.,,,. Hursh, Linda ,,,,,,.,,.. Hutchinson, Barbara lmholf, Lola ...... lnce, Wadine ,,,,,,, Iverson, Iudy ...,,. Iackson, Marcella .,,,,. Iacobs, Lorraine ..,., Iacobson, Lane ,,,,,., Iames, Ianice ....... Iensen, Betty ,,,,,,, Iensen, Kathy .,,,, Iohnson, Iudy ,,,,,,, Iohnson, Iulie ....,, Iohnson, Kathy ....,,. Iohnson, Pat ....r.,,, Iones, Iones, Iones, Iones, lones, Iordan, Delores ...,, Nancy .,,,,,, Sharon ...... Sheryl .,,,,,. Sue ......,,,,... Iorgensen, Susan Ioseph, Linda ,,,,,.,., Ioyner, Iulie ....,. Kachenko, Iackie Kapler, Margaret Karr, Lincla ,,,,,,,...,,,,, Kautz, Wilma ...,.,. Kay, Donna ..,..,..... Kay, Linda ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Keeton, Ieanne .,,..,, Keith, Linda ....... Kerr, Nancy ...,,,. Kibler, Flora ..... Kienow, Carol ,r.,,..,, Kimball, Linda ....... King, Mary L. .,,. . King, Mary S. .,,. . King, Nancy ..... Kirby, Kathy ,,,,,,. Klinzmann, Ioan ,..,,. Knapp, Cheryl ......, Knoll, Karen ....... Knox, Colleen ...... Knutson, Pat .,,.,,.. Korich, Stacy ..... Kozicki, Ioanne ....... Kramer, Sandy ....,,,, Krueger, Lynda ..... 62, 158, 137 ,.,,,,,,,175 49 52 53 1 I I 61, 117, 121, 125, ,,,,,,1138, Wi5"55'"3'4"'liQ'0IiS"' ----- ---- 1 I 1 1 ffffffffffiiifll 41, ffIQI56f' 42, 65. 38, 40, 39, 40, 45, Kruger, Aurelia .,,,.. Kucich, Sharon . . , Kuenzli, Mary .... ..,.. Kuneman, Sharon .,,,, Lamm, Arlene . . Landry, Ianice ,,,,,, Larkins, Pat ,,,, Larsen, Linda ,, , Larson, April ,,,,.. .........,16O 176 43, 139 139 176 ,.., 73, 122, 140 ,,,...,..,,....., ,176 160 176 176 160 176 Larson, Iane .,,., ,,,,. ,,,,,,,,, 6 1 , Larson, Kathryn ,,,,,,, ,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,1,,,,,,,,,,,,, 4 O , Larson, Lana ....,... ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,i,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Lathrop, Laurie ,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Laursen, Cathy .,,,..,,,,,,,, 25, 28, 32, 33, Laursen, Margaret ..,.,,.. Lawrence, Karen r,r.,,,, Lawson, Sharyl ,,,,,,,, Lee, Diana .,. .. Lee, Patricia ,,,,,,.,,r Lehman, Ianice ,,,,,,, Leingang, Cindy ,,,,,,,, Limdenau, Arda ,,,,,,,,,,,, Linman, Sandra .,........ Lipp, Sharon ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,..,, Lipton, Linda ....,,.. Lltke, Alice ,.., ,,,,,, ....,,,,,, Locke, Iackie .,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,, Loisel, Karen .,,,,,., Loisel, Renee ,,,.,,,,,,,, Looney, Carolyn ,,,,,, Loraas, Linda ,,,,,,,,,,,, Luce, Davie Ann ,,,,.,,, Ludington, Kristi .... Luke, Cordelia ,,,,,, Lund, Karin .,,,,,,, Lund, Leaha .,..,...,.. Lynch, Susan ...l.... Mahoney, Dianne ........ Maijala, Diane ...... Maijala, Ianis ,,,,,,, Maijala, Sonja ....,.. Main, Ieanne .,,,,, Malfatti, Karen .l.... Mandt, Suzann .,,,,,,,, Manley, Sue Ellen ...... Marini, Linda ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Markham, Georgia ...,,. Marker, Roberta ,,,.,.. Martens, Nancy ,........ Martin, Iudy ....,...... Martin, Sundee .....,,, Martindale, Marie .,,..,. Mason Lucille ,,,,...... Mastrude, Iudi ,,,,,,,,,,.,. Matheson, Connie ...... Matthews, Sandra ,,..,,,,,,, Mauermann, Marilyn .,,,.,.. Mauldin, Diana ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, May, Susan ,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,, Mayclin, Donna ,,,,,,,,-,,,,,, McBurnie, Kathleen ........ McCann, Pat .,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, McClure, Kathy ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 41, 65, 125, f.ffQff65f0 0 065, H 238, , , , 140 176 160 160 160 176 140 177 160 160 177 177 177 140 140 160 140 177 127 160 140 160 177 ,.,,.,,,,,140, 177 ffffslil-1 118, 32, 38, 40, "W' ""ffffffff6if" fff'ffffi5f" 160 177 140 177 140 177 160 141 160 160 177 177 141 177 141 ffffffffffsif 63 177 ffQ1QQ5?if' McCracken, Henriette ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, McCulloch, Mary ,,,,,,,,,,,, McDougall, Sue ..... 37, 42, 118, 160 160 160 160 .,.,.,...,..177 160 161 132 161 ....32, 34, 38, 40. One-Hundred-Eighty-Five Morrison, Patricia Rogers, Diane ....,.. Mclfay, Sandra ,,,,..,.i NlQKean, Annette MeKenny, Prudence McKinney, Glenda .. McKinnon, Darlene Pasqualie, Melodie Patterson, Pam ....... Patton, Kaye ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Paul, Anita ,.,.,.... Payne, leanette .,.., Pedecis, Dace ......... Penn, Rosemary ,.,.,t Penwarden, Sue ,-,,,,,,.,,,,,, Pepperling, Virginia Pernell, Iewell ,,,.,,... Peters, Ginger .......,, Peters, Terry ...,.... McLeod, Kristi t,ti,t......tt. ,,,,,,,,, 3 2, 34, 42 McMahi1l, Shelley ..,..,....,.........,, McTighe, Pam ,,,,,,,t,t, ,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,v,,,,,,,,.. 6 5 Mears, Pat .,...........,. ...,........,..............,..... Meeds, Debbie ..l,,, ,,,,,,,,, 2 9, 38, 39, 42 Meier, Patty ,,,,,,,.,., ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Mennenga, Sally .,.,, ,,,,,,,,,,i,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Mewitt, lan ...,.l...,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Meyer, lanet ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,l, ,,,,,,,, 6 3, Meyers, Margaret Mickens, Melody ...... Miller, Donna ....,.,.. Miller, Ioy ...,,....,,.t,,,,.t Minch, Mary Ann Misamore, Shirley Mitchell, Barbara Mitchell, Dina ......... Mitchell, Donna ...,. Mitchell, Gail ..,,, Moak, Cathy ,,,..... Moe, Alta ........... Moon, Mardele ,..., Moon, Pat ,,,,..,,,,,,,,,, Moore, Frances ,,r.. Moore, Carol 1. .... . Moore, Carol L. Moore, Ieanne ,,,.,. Moore, Mary ,,..,....,. Morford, Val ,.,...............,.,.r,.,., Mowre, Lynette ....... Muirhead, Iudy ...,, Muller, Linda .,..., Murray, Linda .,..... Myer, Iackie .,..,,.. Nelson, Marlene ..... Nelson, Sherry ......... Nerge, Geraldine Nichols, Bonnie .,...... Nichols, Iessie .........., Noble, Rosemary .,.-,,., Nolan, Eunice .,,-,,.,,,,,,, Normand, Kathleen Norton, Trudy .....,... O'Brien, Maureen ....ffffffffffl5i" 62 si, 5321, '55 fn 38, 39 25, 65, 25, 38, 39, 118 fn 'HQffffffllflilifkii 11115111 O Brien, Michele ....... ,......,,. 3 8, 43, 118 O'Bryant, Patsy ,,.,. Odden, Doris ...... Olson, Beth ...,,... Olson, Dianne ....... Olson, Kathleen ...... Olson, Linda .,.,,,... O'Nei1l, lean ........... Ormsby, Roberta ...., Osborne, Karon ..... Ostrander, Ioan ,..... Pardon, Sylvia ..,.. Parker, Bonnie ,,...., Parker, Linda ......... Paskins, Amelia ..,.. One-Hundred-Eighty-Six ffQ1Q62,'565f W .......63, if" .,.....,34 1 1 I Peterson, Peterson, Evelyn ,.... Peterson, Mary ,,,,,,... Peterson, Nancy ..... Peterson, Peusa, D Sandy ,,,.. onna ......... Peyton, Patti ...,......, Plau, Ge Phillips, Phillips, Phillips, Ofgld ..,.... .,.. Gretchen ..,..,, Kathy ,,,..,..... V 1ck1 ....,.. Phipps, Carol ..,... Pierce, Scharon .,,,, Pitt, Kathie ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Pompey, Iosephine ,..,., Powell, Brenda .....,.... 1-'rew1tt, lan ......,,,,,., Proctor, Irene ..... Radek, Beverly ...,.. Rahm, Nancy ,,,,,,,,, 1 1 Raichart, Susan ......... .....1.38, cami ......rr . ..QQQQ2E1,"2ili,"E1'i',"1lili," 61, .,....,44, .......27, 40, 118, mfffffffff..'ffffff6i1f 32, 33, 34, 42 51, 63, Ramsdell, Ramona ......, ,,,,,,,,,-,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,l, Rardin, Iudith ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Rasmussen, Connie ......,,,. Rasmussen, Marilyn Ray, Nellie ,l,,,.,,,,,,,,,,, Rayner, Sandra ..... Redfield, Terry .l,,,,.. Redman, Lonie ....... Reed, Sharon .....,,.. Reed, Sharon W. ..Y.. . Reiter, Iean ,,,.,,....,,, Reiter, Iewell ,,,,,,,,,,,,, Reynolds, Betty .,,.,,,, Rice, Carol ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Rich, Brenda ....,,..,., Rienbolt, Connie ....... Riggs, Patricia ...,.., Ripley, Phyllis ...,.... Risk, Margaret ,,,,,,,, Rivette, Donna ,,..r,.. Robben, Ianet ..,,r,,. Roberts, Dianne ....... 33, 34, 38, 42, 152, ....,...,l45, 39, 45, 144 178 144 162 178 162 162 144 178 178 162 162 180 178 178 162 162 180 144 144 144 162 144 163 163 144 180 145 163 66 145 163 163 145 180 163 180 145 163 180 180 68 163 163 145 163 180 163 163 146 H180 46 180 163 .......25, 29, Roberts, IoElla ....,.. .....,,.....,..,..... 3 4, Roberts, Iudy ,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,r,,,,,,,,,,,, Robinson, Paula ,,,,,,,, ,.r,,,,,, 2 9, 41, 42, 65, Rohrer, Sharon .,,,..., Rollins, Iudith ..,.,,,,. Ronich, lnez ........ Root, Barbara ..,.. Root, Sharon ...... Rouse, Dana ,..,r... Rouse, Karen ......... Rousseau, Gail ..,,,., Rowen, Nancy ........ Royse, Carolyn ..,.. , .,...1.34. , , 180 163 163 163 163 180 180 180 163 146 180 180 180 163 146 Royse, Marylou ,,,,,,.,. Rozumny, Linda ....,.. Rudsit, Berry ,,,,..,,,,. Rugers, Diana ..,,,,,, Rupe, Cheryl ,...,, Russell, Ianet ,,..,. Ryan, Iune ...... Ryan, Linda .,,,, Saether, lan ..... Sanchez, Carol ,,,,,,..... Sanderson, Carol ....... Sargent, Sonia ,..,,,,,... Sauciar, Elaine ,,,,,,.,,,,,, Saunders, Madeline Saunders, Sharon ,,,...... Savage, Pam ,,,,,,,,.,,.. Saylor, Charlotte .... Schaft, Ianice .......... Schatt, Susan .,,,,,,....,, Schmidt, Connie ......,,,,. Scholtterbeck, ludy ..... 41, 57, ,...fQQf21b',' 28, 32, 33, 41, 53, Schuchman, Linda ,,,.,,.. ,,.,,.... Schultz, Becky ....... Schultz, Linda .1l,l...... Schwarz, Vivian ,.,.,., Schwebs, Linda .......,. Scott, Roxanne ...., Sebade, Sue ,,,..r,. Seidl, Marilyn ....,,. Seitz, Beverly .......,,, Sherman, Mary ...... Sihvo, Marilyn .,...,.. Silva, Betty .,,..,,, Silva, Linda .,..,,,..,.,, Simonsen, Donna ..... Simonson, Barbara ,.,.... 72, 122, 62, 42, .,..ff2Ea',' ,1QfQQ12Qif'65Q ""'2i1f'2Q2f'5'5,"65, 116, 120, 121, fffffff2E1fwi'i'E3f"i'2iif ,,.....40, 111621, ffffff62l Simonsen, Kathy ,...... .....,...,. 3 4, 44, Simonson, Carol ,,,..,.,...,,...................,. 29, 43, Simpson, losephine ..........,......,,..............,.. 134, Simpson, lanice ...,.....,...,.,......,...........,.,..,.......... Sinclair, Cathy .,,.,,., 24, 25, 26, 29, 33, 34, 37 40, 44, Sinkula, Sandy ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 40, Sjosten, Cheryl ...... Skavlem, Diane ,,..,.,,.. Slavich, Iudy ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Smathers, Claudia ........ Smathers, Marsha ,, Smirc Smith Smith Smith Smith Smith ich, Pat ,.1....,,.. , Beverly ...,..,. , Catherine ,.,,.,. , Gail .,,,,,,,,.,,, , Gail A. , lris ......,........, Smith, Linda A. .,.. . Smith, Linda L. .,... , Smith, Penni .,,..,.,..,. Snider, Stephanie Snyder, Linda .....,.. Sommer, Elaine ...... Sosky, Mary ......,. Sovie, Ianet ,..,,. Sovie, Linda ...... Spencer, Gail ..,.,, Spencer, Pat ......,.... Staker, Bonnie ....... Stamey, Teresa ...... fQffQQ25Q"26f'ili2l 27, 32, 33, Stanley, Paulette ,,.,.., 39, ,,.ffffffffffffffffffZii'f 34, 72, 'mfffffffiiif ...,..,32, Stanley, Sue ,,,....,.. Steadham, Mari ...,. Stearns, Chris ......., Steckler, Nella ,,...... Steele, Betty ........ Steele, Card .....,,. 124, 'ffffffffi4,'Q5f'i5,'55,7 Stell, Iudy ........................ 40, 56, 57, 61, 125, 42 Stephens, Wendy ..... Stern, Sally ................ ............,............ 32, , Stevens, Martha ......... ..........,..,.......... 6 2, Stewart, Sandra ....... Stiles, Barbara ...... 182 148 182 148 182 164 148 164 164 182' 182 148 Stirn, Georgia ............,.....,,...... 32, 33, 34, 42, ' 34 42 Stirn, Marsha ...................... 28, 32, 33, , , Stockburger, Sherry Storms, Brenda .....,... Stoumbaugh, Bonnie Strowder, Linda .,.,.,.. .... QQQQfQE55f' Studley, Vicki .....,...... ...........,..... Sunich, Sharon ,..... Swaleson, lean .,.... Swanson, Connie ..... Swanson, Diane ....... ,...ffffffifffffffffffffffffjiiif'557' Swanson, Pat ,,................., 24, 25, 28, 32, 33, Swift, Nancy ...... S!yslo, Rita .......... ............................... 6 2, Taraya, Maria ..... ......... 3 4, 63, Tate, Linda ..... ....................... Taylor, Esther ..,,. ......... 3 2, 33, Thayer, Linda ........ .................... Thomas, Aleta ..,... ................ Thomas, Iill ....,,....,. ....,..........................,...... Thompson, Ioyce .........,......,...,......,...,.......... 40, Thompson, Linda ............ 33, 34, 39, 42, 45, Thompson, Pat .,,........ Thoreson, Cheryl ..... Thoreson, Loni ........ 40, 42, 49, 73, 118, 122, Tichy, Linda .....,.,................................................ Tietjen, Rosemary ........,,..........................,... 29, Tiffany, IoAnn ........ 29, 40, 57, 59, 64, 65, 120, Tingstad, Nanette ............................ 28, 33, 36, Tipton, Leslie ,,...... .. ...................... .. Tipton, Linda ........... Tomal, Andrea ...... Tomlin, Norma ...,,. Tracy, Ieanne ......,. Trumbly, Sharyn ...,. 149 182 164 149 182 165 165 182 165 149 149 182 182 164 182 149 149 182 182 149 165 149 165 149 182 149 149 150 182 182 182 165 165 Trummert, Ianis .,...... V................ Tucker, Ianis ...,,..... Tyler, Ianice ,..... Uhl, Kathy ................. Usselman, Gloria .,.,. Usselman, Iudy ...... 182 182 183 50 .....,...183 Vander Meer, Donna ...,... .......... 3 4, 33, Vickery, Ianis ....,.,......... ......A.. 3 3, 43, Vidovic, Iudy ............ ..............-..--- Voql, Pennis ........... ......... 5 2, Vorak, Kathleen ....... Waddell, Laurie .,.. Wagner, Billie ........ Wagner, Linda ..,... Wagner, Mary ........ Walters, Terri ...... Warren, Mary .,,...., Weber, Pat ......,,.,. Webster, Pat ...,.... ff , 165 150 183 150 183 150 39 183 150 150 182 ,..,.,.l65, Welch, Robbie ,......, Weed, Kolet .,,.......... Wellen, Colleen ...... Wells, Pamela .....,... Werth, Linda .,,.,,, West, Nancy ....... West, Susan .r..,.....,.. Westholm, Diane ...... Weston, Iudy .......... Wheeler, Iune ......... Wheeler, Ruth ............ 153, 42, ...QSQQT-1 Whipple, Marilyn ..,... .........,..,.............,.... White, Susan .......... Whitehead, Anne ...... .........................,............ Whitelock, Ann ....,. Wickstrom, Iill .....,. Wight, Carol ....... Wight, Gail ........,.r. 33, 34, 42, Wilkins, Candy ,,....... ....,,.. 3 2, 45, Williams, Mariory ,.... .. Williams, Trudy ......... .. Wilson, Linda .....,... Wilson, Sandy ...,.. Winburn, Ianis .......... Winn, Roxy ....,,r...,......... Wintermute, Patricia Wipf, Penny ...,,......... Wire, Kathy ........ Wise, Bonnie .....,. Wolfer, Lillie .....,,,.. Wood, Kathleen ........ Woods, Sue .,,.......... Woodward, Pam ..... Wright, Linda .......... Wright, Lynda .,....... Wright, Mary .......... Wright, Sheila ,.,,,. 165 150 165 150 165 183 150 183 183 150 183 183 183 183 165 166 183 151 183 151 183 183 166 166 183 166 151 183 151 166 151 .......40, 45, Qlffff'i56,"' ....ffEif" fQQfQQQ56,A' 44 43 .....43, 151, 183 166 183 189 166 Wright, Susan .........,.. ,...................,,i,.,..,.. Wrolson, Shirley ,....... .,.,...,, 4 0, 45, 55, Youk, Emily ....... ........, l 84 Young, Iudy ........... ...,..... l 84 Young, Iudy A. ...... i...,,... 1 66 Young, Regina ...... ......... 1 84 Zachow, Kathy .......,.. ............,.,.,.............. 1 84 Zitzman, Yvonne ......,. ........, 3 8, 39, 52, 155 BCYS Abbott, Iames ..... Acker, Iim ....,...... Adams, Dave ....... Ader, Brian ....... Aiken, Ioe ....,...... Aiken, Roger ....,.,... Alcaide, Alfonso ........ Allen, Gene ............ Allen, Ierry .,,..,,,,, Allen, Ray ............ Amsbury, Roy ....... Anderson, Larry .,.i. Anderson, Pat ...,.. Annis, Richard ...,,.. Antilla, Larry .....,.,,.. Appling, Richard . Arlman, David ,i..... Arnold, Wayne ...... 170 128 154 170 .........170 128 ..,,,,,,,170 ..,.....62 .......,,l54 ...,,,...l28 ..i..,...l54 .........l54 ,........17O .,.,,,,..l28 .,........128 Ashworth, Bill ..... Asher, Tom .,,,,.,.. Atkins, Peter ,....... Ausserer, Iarnes . Bailey, William , 170 .......l03, 154 170 170 128 Baker, Mike ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 35, 78, Barkley, Dan ,,.. 24, Barna, Lou .....,.,... Barney, Mike ....... Barron, Iohn ....,. Bauman, Iohn ..... Beals, Tom ............ Bearer, Ierry ....... 25, 30, 31, 100, 118, 123, 128 128 Beavers, Cecil ...,,.,,. Bechtold, Donald Beck, Greg ........... Beckner, Robert .. Beell, Gordon ..... Beighley, Norman Belcher, Regis ........,... Bennett, Allen .,.,...., Bennett, lack ........ Benson, Curt ,.,..., Berry, Paul ........ Biber, Robert ,...,,.. Bigelow, Rex ..,..... 35, 78, .........42, fffi651H ....ffff65f' ...QQfQfQQ1 ..,. QIQfffff65f' Biggers, Robert ....... Biles, lack ,............ Black, Iohn .,,......,, Black, Michael ......... Black, Wallace .,,..., Blahm, Iohn ......... Blahm, Robert ,.... Blank, George .....,,.. Blank, Ioe ..........,,.. Blaylock, lames ,...... Bliss, Dave .....,..........,. Bloomquist, lack ........ Boehm, Don .....,,,. Bohrer, Mike .,.,.... Bolvin, Iohn ......... Boone, Richard ,..,.., Boothe, Ierry ...,.... Boothe, Tom ......., Boukal, Frank ...... Bowdish, Tom ..... Bowen, Floyd ..... Bowles, Brad .,..... 154 170 129 154 154 170 170 ........154 170 154 154 154 , , , , 154 170 62, 129 65, 100, 129 154 129 129 ............l70 ........l54 70 Z9 ..........l03, 31, 35, 79, Boyd, Rick ...,.,4..,.,... Brabender, Bob ....... Bradley, Dick ....... Brais, Iim ........... Brand, Gary ......,. Brant, Douglas ..,,,,. Brazel, Rolly ......... Brazil, Glen ...... Brien, Bob ......... Britton, Bob ......... Brower, Alva ,.......... Brown, Richard .....,,, Brown, Wendy ....... Brunelle, Mike ....... Bullard. Wilfred .....,. Burdee, Donald Burke, Dick ..,,.,,,.. Burke, Mike ..,,....., Burke, Roger .,,.... Burleigh, Iohn ............ Burleigh, Michael 170 154 129 170 129 154 130 130 170 .,.,........l54 ...,,,,...103, 170 155 ..,i......l07, 170 .....,...57, 89, 155 89, 155 .......i.l1l, 171 130 171 171 130 59, 62, 155 171 Burmester, Ed ...,.... ....... ...i..... 3 1 , 110, One-Hundred-Eighty-Seven Fermo, Richard ..... Burmester, Tom Burnett, Steve ..,.,, Burrows, Mike ,,.., Busch, Richard ..... Butler, Bill .,..,,.,. Butler, Steve ........ Byassee, -Eddie ,,,..,.l Bynum, Ilm ,,,,,,,,,,,, Caillier, Allan ...,., Caillier, Ierry ......., Caillier, Terry ...... Callies, Dan ....... Camp, Rich .,.,,,r,,,,, Campanoli, Ioe ....,,,. Campbell, Don ........ Campbell, Iames ......,.. Campbell, Wayne Card, Sherman .....,.. Carli, Bill ,.......,,,,,, Carmignani, Ioe ...... Cartwright, Gerry Casher, Iames ..,.,,,.... Cassidy, Doug ,,,,. Cates, Mike ....... Caudill, Les Cey, Ron ....,.,,.,,-. ffff.QEs'1i'," 1' tif H ...Qffffsi .......,.....,fffffffffliii ffQfQQ5i,"55Q"95,"56 Chaney, Mike ,,,,,,, ,r,,.,.,,,,,,r,,--,,,,,,,,, 3 5 Chapman, Larry ...... Christensen, Dean Christian, lim ........,. Clark, Larry .r......,, Claus, Frank ..... Claus, Mike ........ Cliff, Bob ....,.,.. Clinton, Ron .......,., Clouse, Frank .,,......,... Cochrane, Robert Colombini, Perry Qfffikiii 1 Conner, Ed ,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,V,, 6 5, Conner, Iim ,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Cook, David 7,7A...... .,........ 3 5, 61, 80, Cooley, Charles ,,,,,, ,,,,,,,-,,,,,,,,t,,,,,,,,,it,,, Corey, Calvin ,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,.,,,,.A,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Cornelius, Curt ........ ,,....,,,, 4 0, 57, 59, 109, Cornell, Iohn ,,,,,... ,.,.,,,,,,,,,,l,,,,,4,,,,,,,,,,,,, Coroin, Tom ,.... Corrigan, Ed .,,,. Cosgro, Gary ........ Cox, Edd ....,,,,,,,,, Cozine, Ioe ,.,.....,,,,.,,, Croghan, Terry ......... Csonka, Iulius .....,.. Cummings, Bob .. Danhauser, Mike ,. Darlow, Mike ........ 102 35, 80 64, Davies, Chris ..,..... ....,..t. 3 1, 81, 105, Davies, Doug .,... .,,,...,......................... Davis, Charlie ....... ........,..,.........,....,....,. 6 1, Dawson, lim ....... 64, 65, 118, 124, Dees, Bruce ........... .,.....,... 4 0, 118, 124, DeGraw, Dave ..,... ,,,.,......t,,...., 6 5, 89, Dehaan, Bob ,,,,. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Deiss, Larry ......, .,.,...,....,..,,..,,......,.. Denny, Mike ,,.,. ......... 4 0, 42, 107, Densley, Steve .,,...... ..,.,,,. 1 07, 109, Devereaux, Iohn ...... ..........,...,........ Devereaux, Mike .....,,,. ..,,.,,,. 4 0, 93 One-Hundred-Eighty-Eight Dewispelaere, Iohn Diess, Leonard ,........... Dion, Tim ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.... Dira, Tom ,...,,,,........ Dodsworth, Dan ,....... Doellefeld, loe ...,,.. Dorman, Iay ....,., Dotlich, Don .....,... Dotlich, Duane ..,.. Doub, Ralph ..... Drew, Marv ....,,. Dron, lim ....,........ Dudley, Dennis ..... Dudley, Doug ...,.... Durance, Dan .,,..... Dye, Ierry ,,.,...,t,t Dyment, Roger ..... Easley, Dave ....,.,...... Echevarria, Robert Edwards, Denny .....t. Edwards, Robbie ..... flffflibfi c.,.....1o7, 172 172 156 133 156 103, 111 .......,172 172 105, 156 110, 172 172 ...........172 59, Ehli, Colin .....,......... Ehnat, Iohn ....,,. ,..,,,,.....,............. Elery, Robert ,,,,,,, ,,,,,.,,,, 6 4, 111, Ellingson, Iohn ..... ......,..... 1 52, Ellwein, lim .....,.,.....,.....,....................................., 156 156 156 156 ........107, 109, 156 172 172 157 133 157 Elton, Terry ..........,....,.....,........,..........,.....,.......... Endicott, lim .,,, 25, Ereth, Leonard ....,... 30, 31, 35 , 40, 84, 100, 118, 133 157 Erickson, Richard ,.,..... Fain, Charles .,,,.....,,. .. Fairchild, Cliff ,1,.,,, Fairchild, Richard Falk, lim .....,............ Farber, Iohn ......... Faunt, Robert ....... Federighi, David Ferari, Al .,..,.......,..., Ferari, Bob ....,.,,....... Ferriss, George .,... Fish, Randy ....... Fisher, Art .,...,... Fisher, Steve ..... Fitch, Bert ........,,, F itch, Wayne ,,... Flani, Ierry ............. Flateland, Bob ,,.,., Flateland, Iim .....,,. Flick, Iim ..........,.. Font, Rudolf ,,.....,,., Ford, Richard .,.,...., Forseth, Ion ,,,,,,,,. Frost, Floyd ....... Gathwright, Brent Georgia, Bill .,,,..,.i Geppert, Bob ........... Gerber, Harold .,,.,... Gerken, Gerry ...... 93, 5i'f"5S','456f'5iQ" 173 157 157 157 134 109 172 173 .......40, 65, 134 ........173 93, 157 .,.......107, 173 80 .,,,,,,,,...157 157 107, 173 157 ffffffff3'i',m ........ffffffffffi'6i,"' 157 173 157 173 157 134 134 173 173 134 173 Gibbons, Gary ..,....,......................11....,....... 64, Gillis, Skip .,....,..,.,,. 31, 35, 40, 79, 120, 124, Gilman, Ioe .,.,,,,.,.......,.,,,.,,.,......,......,.......... 111, Gilsoul, Ierry .,.............,...,,...............,,.......... 64, Glass, Dale ,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,.,, 2 6, 31, 35, 44, 84, Good, lim .,.,.,. ,.................................,..... Gores, Roger ............. ,,,.,,,, 1 35 Gorman, Richard ,.,, .....,.. 1 73 Gowin, Gary ,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,, 1 35 Graham, Barney ....... ,,,,,.,,..,, 1 35 Graham, Ron ,,,,...., ...,.,,.,,,.,.,,,,, 1 57 Grant, Bob ...........,.. .. ..,..,..,,--, 111, 173 Grant, Ed ................... ......... 3 6, 152, 157 Greaves, Barton ....,,., ..,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 57 Gross, Ierry ............ .,...,.,.... 7 8, 135 Gross, Iohn ....... ,,,,,,.,,,,, 1 73 Grubbs, David ..,.... .....,.,.,.,.,,..,. 1 35 Guinn, Iack .,....,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,, 1 73 Gundstrom, Bill ,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,, 3 1, 110, 173 Gunther, Ioe .....,..,........,... ,,,,,,,,, 3 5, 103, 157 Gustafson, Michael ..,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 158 Hager, B ob ..,.., Hahn, Bob ,....,.. Haines, K. .,...., . Hale, B111 .........,... Hall, Ric hard ,.,.,tt,, Hallen, Greg .,....... Halloway, Robert . Hamblen, Rick ...... ffff 1 Hamiltin, Larry ,,... Hamilton, Rob ....,,., Hamilton, Scott ......... Hamilton Hancock, Steve .,,.... , I Doug ..,,. Haney, Bob ,..,..... Hanson, Hanson, Hanson, Hanson, Bruce ....... Dave .,...,. Roger ....., Tom .,,..t,,, Hargrove, Iames Harkness , lamie ,,,., ,.,. Harper, Iohn .,,.i,,,,,,, Harper, Mike Harr, Sidney ....,.. Harris, Dan ,..,,...,.,,, Harrison, Iohn ....... Harrison, Larry ..... Harrison, Mike ,,,.,,. Harrison, Tom ,,v,,,,, Hart, Larry ,,,..r,,, Hart, Ron ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Hartman, Gerald ,,,.... Hartman, Van ,..,,,... ....,,.59, 61, 62 .,.,.,,,.107, -------- 1 1 1 174 158 170 158 31 111 168 174 174 158 35 57 92 ---- ---- 1 1 4 5ifi'i6f"i'iE"' 135 158 136 174 136 158 136 174 168, 174 174 158 174 .r,,,.L...136 136 .......65, 158 .35 80 158 109 Hartzell, Brian ,-,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,, , , , Hauenstein, Dallas Haug, Wayne ,,,-,,...,,, Hayden, Terry ..,..., Haywood, Al ,,... Heap, Iim .....,., Heath, I. ..r..,..,... . Hedburg, Ed ....,... Heidi, Terry ,,,..,,,,,,,,,, Helman, Dave Hendrickson, Denny Hendrickson, Iohn ,,,,,,, ,,,.,,,, 136 136 ...........158 ....,...137 107, 174 ......1ffffiEj5f" Henselen, I, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Y,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,Y,,, A 152 Herbert, Don ,,..,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,, 3 1, 35, 79, , Hermann, Vernon ,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,-,,,,,,,,, Hernandez, Iim ,,,,,,. ,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,, Hernandez, Richard ........ Hicks, Perman .,,.,.....,t Hiegel, Bob ,r,,,,.. Higgins, Don ....,r...,..,.,.,.,.,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Higgins, Frank ,,... 158 158 137 158 158 174 ...,....,..174 174 137 174 174 158 137 Higgins, Gordon .,..........,,,r..,.,,,,,,t,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 125 Higgins, Steve ..,...,.,. 26, 50, 61, 64, 121, , Hilleren, Dan ,..., ,, Hilts, B111 ............ Hilts, Bob ........A. Hoard, Tim ...,....... Hoffman, Tom ......,,, Hoffman, Wayne Hokanson, Steve ......... Holcomb, Harlan .A,.,,.. Holder, lim ....,,......... Holst, lohn ,.......... Holt, Gary .,,....,,..,...,. Hondel, Richard ..,.. Hood, lim ,,l.l..,..... Hoover, Allan ..... Hoover, Bill ........... Horn, Rick .,,.i,.......... Hou hton, Dennis Q Howard, lim ....,........ Howell, loel ,,i....,. Howell, Paul .,.........,. Howes, Richard ....... Howland, Ralph Hoyle, lames ,.,..,. ,...,.....l07, 109, 162, ..25, 59, ...,,...l05, ........175 ,,,.fffff1Q.ls2 .l......102, 110, 168, ffQfffffffffffQ..e4 64 as --------- 1 1 Huffman, Gary .,...,.. ..............,.. Hunote, Dan .....,... ffffQffi'6iif' J Hunt, lohn ........,.... 31, 35, 78, 100, Hunter, Lon .,............ ,.,...................... 1 10, Hutchinson, Bob ..,...... ........ 3 5, 81, 88, 152, Hutt, lohn' ...,..........,., ..................,,.......... Hutton, lay ..,.,,...... ......... 9 3, Ismay, loseph ...., ackson Herbert ...,.... 1 , lackson, lack ..,.... 109, ..62, 59, 116, Kibler, Martin .,..,... Kincaid, lerry .....,.. King, Ed ...,......,..,,,,,,,,, Kinkead, Robert ........ Kinkela, Ken .,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,., Klapstein, Richard Klinger, Steve .,,,,,,1,-,, Knoll Duane .......... Knoll: Dwight .,,.. Knoll, lames ........ Knox, Alan ....... Knox, Don ..,......,. Knox, Russell ..,..... Kohlwey, Roger ,,,. Konschuh, lim ...... Kramer, Bill ....,.... Krasinski, Leo ........ Krogstad, Robert .. Krueger, lames ...,.. Kruger, Tom ,,,,..... Kuenzli, lohn ....... Lambert, Gerald ..,.,,,,, Land, lames , ,..,.... . Laramie, Ron ..... lackson, Sherman lenkins, Charles ,,,,,,,...,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, lensen, Don ......,.............,.........,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,l,,,,, lohnson Barton ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,A,,,,,,,,,, lohnson Bill ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 32, 40, 57, Iohnson Charles lplrnson Dan ........... ,.....,,,.,,.,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,.,,, lohnson Don ,...... lohnson Gary ..... lohnson Ray ..,..,..... lohnson, Tom ......., loiner, Dana ,...tt.. loiner, Steve ....,.. lones, Frank ...,.,,,. lones, Gordon ........ lones, Ron ..,....,... lordin, Tom loseph, Ed ...,,.. loseph, Larry ....... loyal, Mike ........... loyal, Rich .,....... Kachenko, Don Kaer, Bjarne ....... Kalinski, David Kammeyer, lim Kanar, Duane .,... Kawamura, Kentaro ..... Kenth, Ed ............. Keith, Pat ............. Kellogg, Ray ....... Kenth, Penny ..,.. Kerr, Craig ....,,, Kerzie, Ken ...... .....,.l03 .....a....1o9, ..,fffffffi'6if" 40, 107, ,1'.'ff.'fi'QQ ,,.....,..l07, .,,,..l.,.l39, 77......, 41, 59 l,.,...107 I Larsen, Bill ..,...,.. ,,,,,,,,,,,, Larsen, Dennis ,,,,, l,,,,,,,, 7 9, Larson, Bruce ,,,,,,. ,,,,,,,,, 3 5 Larson, Don ,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,, Larson, Gregg ..,.,, ,,,-,,,,,,., Larson, Mike ,,,,,,,l ,,,,,,,,,,,, Lathrop, Lyle ....,........, ,,,,,,,,,,,,-,-,,,,, 6 5, Lawrence, David ,,,,,t ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,l,,,,,,,,,.,,, Lawrence, Gene .,....., ...,..... 3 5, 42, 65, Lee, Bob .,.,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,-,,,,,,,,, Lee, Ken ................... ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Lehman, Donald ....,,., Lemmer, Freddie ......... Lemon, lerry ........... Litke, Wendell ,.,..., Livingston, Lee .,,.... Lloyd, Bobby ...,.... Lloyd, Rube ..... Lobland, lohn ....,.. Long, Bill .....,..... Loomis, Mike .....,. Lorenz, lames ,.,.. .......Q55f'55f"i65"' McE1ravy, Steven . McElroy, Mike .,,,. McFarland, Larry ........... d McFarlane, Ronal McLeod, Alan ....... McLeod, Mike ..,....... McNally, lerry ..... McNutt, Arthur ,.... McPherson, Eldon . McReynolds, Ken . Meidinger, Brian .. Meier, Gary ........... Melvard, lerry ..... Mellor, Mike ........... Mennenga, Fat .,....., Metzker, Allan ...,......,. Mewhirter, Ward ........ Meyer, Don ........... Meyer, Ralph ...,.,.. Miller, David D. .... . Miller, David L. ..,. . Miller, lohn ,........... Miller, Richard ......, Miller, Vernon ..... Milton, Gary ........ Milton, Larry ....,... Minaker, lerry ....... Mitchell, Bob ......... Mitchell, Gary .,... Mittelstaedt, Doug Mladenich, Gary Moberg, Ken ,....,,.,. Mohr, Phillip ,,,,,,,,, Monk, Kenny ,...,.... Montgomery, Leon 92, ....ffff5i'f .Qfffi'i'if"i'6'i', 35, ........62 ard Moore, Bill ,.,,,,..,.,,,,,,,,,,,,, Moore, Richard ......,.... Moorman, Dave ..,.., Makela, lan ..........................,.........,,.... 77, 105, Malfait, Bruce ,,....,. 32, 35, 86, 103, 152, 153, Mann, loe .,..,,.,...,.........................,.,......,............... Manning, Robert .... Maplethorp, loe ..,. Marker, Dave ,......l.., Martell, Bob ......,.,. Marthoski, Dwayne Martin, Dave .......... Martin, lim ......,....... Maskule. Rich ........ Matzek, Roy .,..,....... ""i6'ih I Matheson, Walter ..... .......... S 5, 102, Mathison, loel ...... Matthew, Ron ,.,..... Matthews, lim ........ Maughan, Gregg ....... Maves, Terry ....,......... McCafferty, Dan .,...... McCoid, Steve .,..,.. McCo1m, Gary .......,..,.,,.. McCormick, Gerald ...flfsi 1 1, Morford, leff .,..-,.. Morgan, lohn ........ Mowry, lon .,.....,... Muir, Buck ...........,..., Mulholland, Dan ...... Muller, Ira ...,........, Murray, lames .,,..... Narkowiecz, Wesley ...., Neitzel, Tom ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Nelson, Eldon .,..,,...,. Nelson, Glen ........ Nelson, Mel ...... Nelson, Ron ,..... Newton, Sam ,,,,,.. Nichols, George ...... Nihem, David ,.,..,.... Noble, Fred ,.,.,..... Noble, lohn ...,-,,-,,.,,,.. Norbom, Roger ......... O'Brien, Mike ,....., O'Dell, Danny ,,,,.. Ogburn, Don ........ Ogburn, Ron ...,.... Ogden, Dave ,,....... Oliver, Chris ........,.... Olmstead, Floyd ...... Olson, Barry ..,..,.. Olson, lim .....,,..,..... Olson, Lester ....,.... Omland, Ed .,,.... P 31, 40, .......,.,l07 42, 'mffffffffiilif QQQffQ55Q"'S'5,' .....,....l43, .........l09, 43, 107, ...........43, ...31, 35, 79, 88, .,..,,......6l, .........l07, One-Hundred-Eighty Nine t 1 25, 26, 27. 141, 1 1 I 1 1 1 1 L 1 , 1 V human. 1 . oNei1i, Pat ,.....,.....,,,,... ,,,,,,,,,, 3 1, 105 Ostrander, Dennis ,..,., Overland, lim .......... Owens, Harry ...... Owens, Ray .,.., Owings, Gary ,..,.. Owings, Rich .,,,,,, Page, Bill v,,,,,,,,,,,,, Palmer, Chuck ,l,,.. Parks, Steve .,,,.,,,.. Pasquale, Butch ,,,.... Paul, David .......... Pauschert, Bd ..,..,.l. Pedersen, Dave Pedlar, Dick ......, Peltier, Tom ,,.,,,, Perkins, Iim ..,..,. Peters, Tim .,,,..,..,,,, Peterson, Doug ...., Peterson, Mike ,,,,. Peyton, Mike ..,,, Pfau, Dan ,,,,,,,,,,,, Piingston, Dan ...., Phillips, Howard ,,,,,, Phillips, Keith ....... Phillips, Tom i,i.i,,.. 92, .....,,,.109, 110, Pickett, Terry ,,,,,,,,.... ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.......,.....,, Pieruccioni, Gary .. 50, 1 Pratt, Mark .,,,.,i,,,,,r, .i,.,i.,,,,,,,i,,,,,i,,........... Pratt, Roger ,,,,....... Pratt, Steve .,,.,,,,.... Pronovost, Ron ..,.. Prue, Earl .................. Quaschnik, Dannie Ramsey, Grover ...,,, Rang, Alfred .,.,....Y,,,..,, Rasmussen, Iohn ,,,,,..i Ray, Tom .,,,.,,,.,,,.,,..., Redman, Iohn ........ Reagan, Robert ..... Reed, George ........ Reiff, Byron ,,,,,,,,,, Rernbert, Mike ,.... Rice, Louis .,....... Richards, Ed .,,,.., Riggs, Tom ......... Riksford, Larry ,,,, Riley, Wayne .,,,,,,, Ring, loe ,,,,,,.,.,ri,...,... Ring, Sam .....,,,i.,,,,,.,,,,, Ripplinger, Gerald Ristvet, Gerald ,,,,,,.r Rix, Mike .,...,,,, ,,,,,, Robben, Dave .,,,.. Roberts, Richard ,,,, Robinson, David .... Robinson, lim ..,,.... Robinson, Larry ,,,.., Rodgers, lim ,,,,.,i.,, Rogers, Ken ,,,,,,, Rohrer, Landis ,,,,,r Rollins, Dan .....,,,,,, Rollins ,Roy .,,,..,,.,,,,, Rosenguiat, Mike . Ross, Carl ......,..,.... Roth, Fred ..,.,,,,,, One-Hundred-Ninety -..L..k...,...J..44 ....:..a.., ... 09, 160, fffffffiiiifn 40, ,,,,..105, H40 62 H- ---- 1 40, ...fffffiiii 'ffffffffiibi I 1 Rouse, Wayne ..... Rowling, Bill ,,i,.r,,, Russell, Iames ..,.,,,, Rutherford, Mark ,,,, Ryan, Billy .......,.,.,, Rytkonen, Bruce ,,,,... ,,,,,,,,, 3 5, 4 Sage, lerry ,,,,.,... Saylor, Eddie .,,,,,,,, Schaaek, lohn ....,,, Schatilly, lack ,,,.,,, Schatfert, Ron ....,,, Schatz, Ron ,...,,,.,,..,,i Shaughnessy, lim .,,,.,,,... Schidleman, Bruce Schiemer, Robert .,.,,,,, ......,,..i.. Schindler, Bob ,...i... Schmidt, Gary .,.,,, Schmidt, Glenn ..... Schmidtke, Ronald Schultz, Bud ,,..,.... 111111115515 .lfftilif 105, , 168, 105, Schultz, Iohn ..,,.....,,,, ,,,,,,,, 3 1, 35, 36, 44, Schumock, Dave ,,,,.. ..,............,... 2 6, 27, 64, Scott, Lawrence ...,..,..,,,.,,,,,,........,....,.....,,.... 69, Scranton, Larry .,..............., 30, 31, 35, 78, 88, Severson, Harold ....,,,,,.,.,.....,.,,.......,Y,,,,,......,,,,,, Shade, David .,,,i,,,..... .........,....,,.,,,,,.,,,,.,. 6 5, Sharp, Dennis Shea, B111 .....,,........,. Shedrock, Eddie Sheetz, Dick ,,,,,,,, Sherouse, lim .,,...,,,. Sherrod, David ,,,,,...,,.i Shoemaker, Steven Shriner, Dennis .....,.... Shull, Robert ,,,..,i., Sigsworth, Ron ....,,,, Silvernail, Steve ,,,t Simonson, Arthur Simpson, Monte ,,,,,, i.....,,181 .......64, I Simpson, Nelson ,,,,,,,,,,,.,,...........,,,,,,,.....,,,........ Sires, Gary .,,,,,,,.,.,,,...,...,,,.,,,,,,,,,,.,,...............,Y... Smircich, Ben ,,,,,,,,,,,, 40, 42, 51, 57, 92, 116, 120, 125, Smith Art ,,,.,...... .,........ 3 1, 32, 35, 84, 123, Smith Calvin ,,..,.... ...,..,,.,,,....,,,,..........,,....,....... Smith Bruce ..... ,,,,,,,..............,,..,.............. Smith, loe ,,,,,,, ......... 3 l, 60, Smith, Louis ..,..,,. ............ 6 2 Smith Robert ,,,,....,,,,. .V,,,.......Y... Snover, Walter ,,,,..,..,...... ,............. 1 10, Soderberg, Eugene ...,.,. .,.,,..,.........,........ Sohn, David .........,,,,,,,.. .......... 6 2, 102, Sosky, Ioe ,,,,.,,..,,,,,,,.. ,,............,,,.., Sparks, Craig .,...... Sguires, Les ,,,,,,,,,, Stauffer, David ....,,,, Steffensen, Don ..,.., Steven, Keri ,,,,.,,, Stevens, Bill .,..,.,.,. Stevens, Mark .,...,. Stewart, Thomas . Stiles, Paul ,,,,,,,,..., Stirn, Dale .,.,....,,,,. Strong, Larry ,,,,,,,, Sutich, Tom ...... Swan, loe ,,..., Swanson, Al ...... Swanson, Ted ...,., Sweet, Bill ...,,...,,,., Sykora, Larry ,,,,,,,, .- ....,.,l9, 100 35, 78 1 64 ....,.,103 1 I 1 Talley, lim .,,,.......,. Tanksley, Duff ..... Taylor, Bob ....,.,.. , ...,....,,.,.,.,,,,,,,.,,,.,,,..,.,. 149 86, 165 Temple, Tom ,i... 35, 85, 123, 149 Terrien, Terry ,,,,,,,, ,,,,.,,,i.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 09, 182 Tharp, Ray ........,. .,.,.,.......,.,....,,.... 6 2, 148 Theimer, Ken ......... ............ 1 82 Thomas, David ,,,,,,....., ,...,i..,... 1 49 Thompson, Charles ,,....,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 182 Thompson, Rich ....... ....,.,..,.,.,,,,,..., 4 2, 165 Thompson, Steve .,,..... .......,.ii.......,.,............ l 82 Tollefson, Rick ...,...... .,..,..... 3 5, 81, 109, 165 Tornquist, Bruce ,,,,,, ,.,..,,,,,..,,,,,,,, 1 10, Tornquist, Larry ..... ..,,... 8 0, 105, Tracy, Lee ....,,,,...., ,,,,.i,,,,,.,..,,,. Trumble, Don .......... Trummert, Ierry ,,,,,.,. Trutman, Louie ..,.,, Tufte, Randy ,,,,,, Tweden, Ron ,,,,., Uhl, Mike ,,,,,,,,....,,,,,, Underwood, Don .. Upton, Ierry ....,.,,..,.. Usselman, Wayne Vandegrift, Gary ., Vandergrift, Byron Vandergrift, Larry ,....... Wagner, Art .,......... Wagner, Bob ,,,,,, Waller, Bill ...... Walsh, Bob ,,,.....,,,,. Walters, Terry ,,..,,, Waltier, lack ......., Warner, Bill ....,,, Warner, Bruce .,.. Watson, Ron ,,,,....,....,,. Weakley, Don ....,,,...i....... Weatherman, Michael .,.,,.. Welch, Bob ,,,,,,......,.....,,,,,, Welker, Dennis ............ Wescott, Larry ...... Westholm, Larry .,,,.,, Wheeler, Gary ..... Wiburg, Ron ,,,,,,,.. Wichman, David ........ Willette, Don .i.,..... Williams, Don ..,.. Williams, lames Williams, Ierry ,.... Williams, 1ohn ,,,,. Williams, Tim ,,,,.,,, Willis, Ron ....,.,........., Winchester, Ierry ,,,.. Winkler, Lee .,,,...,. Wintermute, Les ,..,.,. Wolfgeher, Gary ..... Wood, Don ..... Woodford, Allen ,,,,. Worthington, lim .,... Worthy, Calvin ..,.....,. Wortman, David .,..... Wyllys, Ken ,,,....., Yau, Benny ,,,, York, Don .,,....,,,,., York, Tom ......,..,.,., Young, Courtney ..... Young, Graham .,...,,.. Zittel, Dan ..,.,,,,.,, 182 165 182 .,.,i.,,..105, 185 182 50, 85, 150 ....,,,,....,,i ,,,.,,.,,,,,,,, . 165 78 150 165 " '165 ,......,.l09, 165 i,.,...,.,,165 183 183 109 110 168 183 1 1 1 ,i..,...165 ,,,,,,,,183 ............165 44 165 ,..,...107, 152, .......80, 109, ........,.111, 165 165 165 165 181 183 183 166 183 183 ,,,,,,,,,,..166 ........151 ,,,,..,.166 ......,.183 ,..,....183 ,,,.,.,.,...183 151 ,.,,..,..,..151 166 184 184 ...,,i.....151 ,,..35, 40, 92, 166 Although prospects of completing this book looked pretty grim, this spring when deadlines began to appear much too quickly, the l964 Totem Cat times I thought it would be the 1965 Toteml is at last completed. Now that the all-night print-a-thons are over and the book is done, I can get sentimental and thank the many people who have made the 1964 Totem a reality. To Claudia Smathers - I give a hardy thank-you for her excellent job as copy editor and for misspell- ing only l43 names in the Party Line. To Cathy Laurson - Thank you, Cathy. for finishing your section only seven weeks after the dead- line. The class section came through in fine style though I am the only gray-haired senior at Mount Tahoma. To Carol Moore - To Carol goes a big thank-you for a great job on the Organizations section. To Dave Easley - Dave was the annual staff errand boy. He made 197 journeys to the printer this year before he finally found out where Pacific Avenue was. To Frank Boukal - Frank was often called "Houdini" for his frequent secret journeys about the cam- pus during annual staff. He was great at unleashing my temper and one or two times he even worked on the sports section. To Mary McCulloch - Mary was a welcome addition to annual staff. She did an outstanding job on the class section and her laugh does wonders for a headache. To Cathy Sinclair - Cathy is the only person I know who can miss 47 days of school, get a 4.0 grade point and do a great job as business manager all in the same year. To Ian Robben and Cathy Colyar - Although procrastination reigned supreme for a long time, the royalty section came through in fine style. To jim Endicott - Mr. "HardWorker" was the reason that seniors will be getting their books before they graduate. Iim had a very organized section. Football copy was written April 30th and swimming pics were taken only three months after the last meet. To Val' Morford and Ieri Cozine - Val and Ieri did a beautiful job as artists, and a frustrated editor couldn't ask for two greater friends. To Ward Mewhirter - Ward was always making journeys for the good of the staff. We couldn't have made it without his trips to Mount Tahoma Diner and a certain cheerleaders Ward also brews a great batch of coffee. To Pat Swanson Q Pat was responsible for the excellent coverage of girls' sports. It wasn't difficult, though, since Mount Tahoma has an abundance of female athletes. To Iohn Miller - Iohn's insistence on high quality photography even at times when speed seemed more important, was at times frustrating, but is appreciated now that the deadline pressure is off and the all-night print-a-thons are over. To Nella Steckler -- Congratulations on your coverage of Mount Tahoma's slave drivers Cfacultyl. "Petro" did a great job on her section and made our night time annual sessions more enjoyable. To Iohn Noble - Iohn was our sales manager. We only lost l47 dollars, and Iohn managed to buy a set of chromed wheels. I can't figure it out. To Mr. Ryan - Mr. Ryan is more than an advisor. He is a psychologist, moralist, and most of all, a friend. Thank you, Mr. Ryan, for being the person you are. Thanks to johnson-Cox Printers, Richards Studios, and Smith Craft Covers for their help on the Totem. With their tremendous assistance, the 1964 Totem became a reality. To the Senior Class - I extend a personal thank you to three hundred of the finest people I have ever known for giving me the most rewarding year of my life. May the future hold something great in store for each of you. Most of all, to the students and faculty of Mount Tahoma, I extend a thank you for your assistance on completing the I964 Totem and for contributing to Mount Tahoma's greatness. I hope you enjoy the 1964 Totem. THE EDITOR One-Hundred Ninety One TYPOGRAPHY - LITHOGRAPHY 1 soon BINDING sv UNION CRAFTSMEN q AT JOHNSON-COX COMPANY, 11-ICOMA


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