Nathan Hale High School - Heritage Yearbook (Seattle, WA)

 - Class of 1979

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L md X, ,-x, YW - " .N X ,E I 155' Q - iw' X ' - ,N 'Q-W N , ,H A-1 x 1 -Q J 5.5 J ,fx Y 1,5 L3 ' Q1 5 x- ,147 ff. ' ,Q T M .J X, mggif' ' Y ,Q " Ng YKQNE N' 1 Exit! W. -' . X. 5-,rf ' NST, X ' J ' N Q? 5 X Egg' ' A N, , g, sf- .DM A wx, M ,A ,, ,, X, M QQJX' ' kXNF14 N 5 A " X, ' H ix, 5-xx , Q35 fl - XX -. xt ' my ,. Q X PHOTO ESSA Y I5 High school prepares us to take a closer look at our livesg to decide who we are, what we will become, and how we will achieve what we wish to. I6 PHOTO ESSAY W ' K A L 1 xg X 4 r K 14 . u 1 4 iN X 4"SsX ,N . 'Y '9- YN-E an t s X?-N A , K Y af ,ia x k xg gliiwlrwfa-.gy ,, ' M- '9 Y 1 , , - E fm, " 'f' 3-4'-ey I" may 4. ,,,,,, , N WW M, I7 "i fx A C TI VI TIES 1 Q1 E gm xo? ci aww? Afmwwuw Qvfo. 7,.,,A,,.,.a,,.Wj, 2022 61-1.f0f-,,,.,q,41A45 a4C4M.,6.Q.cJ1 '79jf"xL.K Jmmm my ALM w..A,L..,,, oggmuuf 4Mfwvr-4-'vm- 162, inf 633' he Q B .ka if Omowuw r.q'i,OJl ummm odmm Q01 ulhw ,E ummk 'Q,QL, 0949 GJD HERITAGE, SENTINEL S TAFFS ANNUAL STAFF EDITOR .. Barb Swett ASST. EDITOR .. Wendy Gordon SENIOR SEC. . . 'Shar Nelson, Sue Foster, Kathy Herdeck. FACULTY SEC . . 'Candy Marshall, Cassie Fort, Liz Albrecht, Kim Douglass. ACTIVITIES SEC .. 'Sharon Walsh, Debbie Davis, Pam Fritz, Deena Small, Julie Thomas. SPORTS SEC . . 'Jeff N ylund, Dorrie Black, Theresa Dowden, Scott Peterson, .Ianene Quammen. UNDERCLASS SEC . . 'Cheryl Flayer Lori Engle, Jeana Shangle. PHOTOGRAPHERS . . Curtis Chew, Alan Doyle. ADVISORS .. Migael Scherer, Genelle Phillips. 4' Denotes section editors. 20 HERITAGE STAFF ' L 5,,,,.,1.,,,,.f . uh A on ,,., ,,,,, I W f-r , W, ,A 1 - -'warg '7 1 , gf Sports Editor Jeff Nylund discusses possible ideas. Lori Engle and Cheryl Flayer alphabetize Wendy Gordon organizes a layout. 'vii ' "A-if, 4 N. ffgd .,.-su!" -4"'.2'I" the underclass pictures. ,,4ulllv""""" ,Mums RECORD U E tl A at EDI TOR 4......,........ Portia Anderson ' l MANAGING EDITOR .,.. Kim Douglass NEWS EDITOR ,....,. Mei Lin Tangalin SPORTS EDITOR ...,.. Dave Zimmerman DESK EDITOR ' ,......... Wendy Belcher PHOTOGRAPHER ............ Pam Fritz BUSJAD MANAGER ..,..., Sue Pearson GRAPHICS .,........ Dominick Ruscigno T REPOR TERS 4.... Collin Ainsworth, John Blanks, Pam Fritz, Jeff Kramer, Tansy McCroy, Dominick Ruscigno. ADVISORSMigael Scherer, Genelle Phillips. Zzlnsy McCray and John Blanks discuss tor- Kim Douglas takes command., ul-A f , ...x VF- '78-'79 Sentinel Staff Portia Anderson watches the mystery report- Jllllll Blanks lfonvlncffs MS- Schafer rv allow er. his late breaking article into the paper, -,,,...-1'-'-"' Dominick Ruscigno draws a graphic, SENTINEL STAFF 2I I UW rff,,..f 4 1,.. 1 'A' 1 I ' ' ' 1 ' ll 4 t i I v J x -?..-lv ...-.4-..-.' i'1Y""""' 'T - WE DO THE EWS... uf! 5 "Being a KNHCTV2 staffer is hard work but it's fun and rewarding" """""' says Mr. Johanson, e """"""'-w---. advisor. The course covers advanced production Ist '4i"A'l T period, where students , 3 write, edit and produce the morning bulletin for guidance. Second period what wx., X deals with production a t techniques and special 1 feature stories. Third period tackles beginning operations and maintenance. KNHCTV2 staffers are: Tim Sauers, Greg Rosted, Mike Sakahara, Sherry McCarty, Julie Waddington, Jim Saas, Ed Stone, Jordan Thompson, Alice Brown, Kristian Dews, Cory Blattman, Terry DeJohnette, Randi Belcher, Tom Murry, Mike Rhodes, Keith Higgens, Chris Kamilia, Laura Millan, Tina Simmons, Mike Quinn. ,9 'N i 5, , 1 -N Randi Belcher making adjustments V! John Mele live on the air!!! 'P I1 MPV? H glivhqw nr gllqq.l nun: ', D sun o enrol' an ' !v ' wt -.--.1,--an A -1 11-1 Z f , , i Y V V T 1 1 YJ A T ' i i " Q ,MHC KNHCTV2 22 l I THERE N0 STA TIC AT ALL KNHC FM DJS Q .Q- '3' swim N .-J""" Tom Walsh Busy deejaym' Michelle Wtlltams, Station Manager KNHC FM 895 on the dial rs 1500 directional watts of mellow rock IH the mornmg culmmatmg into rock steady ln the afternoon Commerclal free the statron IS funded through Federal Grants The student dejays who each have thelr own programs daily are Tom Walsh Jzm Saas Mzke Shefts Lee Eckmann and Derek DeArment who recleve on the a1r trammg learn about programmmg techniques and all radio operatlons The statlon s listening audzence IS growing rapldly l1m1ted not only to Nathan Hale students but other community members as well The KNHC FM staff that puts It all together are Mzchelle Wllhams Candy Marshall Frank Hlggmbotham Max Gutherle Grant Ellrs Bob Buendla Kevm Trdwell Potla Anderson Matt Beuclc and Bnan Taft , , Cz 2 S'S W'fUG11l.. 9 559: Flux 5, ,Q 7 7 A V! . , . .Q f W I Y has i fwmzamnms ' , ' ":::t' ' 1 A uqfltm -h y , 1 1 5 7 , Y 1 . ' X ' KM N I .. ,, s . , . . , N I . . . . Q ,M . . - ' g I2 1 1 2 , , 3 T : f N ' 4 , T 4 . 7 5 . A i ' ,,, 4 . . . . . - , A - ' 7 1 9 If l 5 . Q X 2 Q ' 9 x 23 KNHC FM STUDENTS WORKING TO MAKE THI R SCHOOL "YOU MEAN WERE NOT HERE JUST N977 TO - Steve Guycr A.S. N. H. N. Executive Cabinet Members: President Steve Guyer, Vice. Dennielle Dcnt. Secretary ' Kenlynn Snowdon, Treasurer Gloria Sorbo. Club-Committee Rep. Holly Simonton Activity C oordinalor Mr. Davis A.SNI-I FUNCTION IS. . . "to form an emcient organization of the students, to deal with common problems arising in the Student Body, to promote a stronger union between students and faculty and to give students a medium through which to voice their opinions" Preamble to the Constitution 24 STUDENT GOVERNMENT BEHIND IT ALL THERE IS A LOT OF WORK if 523 Barbecue lunch Yankee doodle daze Christmzts families Soph. 1' orientu tion it we 21. Election Homecoming 'Q Canned food drive Assemblies 9 Student Union Denniellc und Gloria luke advise, "Holly ure you on zu brcz1kI"' "Where is it ?". Steve :md Kcnlwm nsk. STUDENT GOVERMENT 25 Homecoming, K. Snowden, K. Crim COMMITTEES TO EFFECT THE PURPOSE Elections, R. Gayton, S. Selo 26 STUDENT GOVERMENT I K -1 --1 5 .Dnykg Assemblies, .l. Mclc. S. Van Olcgham NJZASE ncaa . Publicity, J. Waddinghzzm, D. Wcslly Special Activities. S. Harndzm, L. Davis ..!N!Nfx,5, cJ7v1AQuJ11QJ,LJLiCf,ff L'fL,U-1 -.fC4lf".l,lA M - Y.D.D., M. Ballzcll, D. Dcnt REPRESENTING THE STUDENTS WYE' ,tn The Councils Hrs! meeting, Oct. 17. "The representative body of A.S.N.H. shall be the Student Union. The membership shall consist of one selected student or alternate who will attend all meetings. The Union Shall meet at least twice a month. The A.S.N.H. Vice-Pres. shall preside over the meeting. " A.S.N.H. Constitution Llcfnfmaw uf- l,L,LfLJg, .f'xi.fO.l,LQcdg. Xiu-OL! s.f1.0c.LkCQ11,Cj- QLCLUS, div www? ZA 9' and U v'lfltL7J017J,oL Lvtguju 00717004 LQJA 04111 fioeenyg. l:,4Z.v5x vtea 4 ttf T f ' v qeooct to L'5l.lfU'l',1, ij Mr. Bell addresses the Union. fav. - - - ima 9511 fo tl WU-vbfffi Jezl we, u?'1'L,t1 QQ .pi -.ul , K Questions, Suggestions. Comments. QPU y ..,L0'LCf'L.0'L,L,f ,QUT Ulf' STUDENT GOVERMENT 27 e!e!t,efm,,t -feeyfg truly ,kite LUf,CCj Jin-Ae DQ 35040 7509-12-Cf'La,u I efitcbzse, 62 ,JLLAQHL Ley ,s4,,4,.,1,,.,LLkj Cund Szieueeef Cw vefvet I f 6L,t-ry ClA,'21QL1,, CLASS O FICERS WITH THE JOB TO LEAD PROJECTS SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS President Lori Anderson Vice President Lynn Gunby SecretaryfTreas. Kelly Monis Advisors Mr. Nelson Mr. D. Smith This is the year of planning those activities that made this year ours. Suckers Candy grams Homecoming disco Car wash Turkey cookies Corsages Candy canes Cap and Gown 79 Prom Baccalaureate T-shirts Breakfast Cruise Senior dance Commencement Popcorn 'QE 9 Q I I 28 CLASS OFFICERS f 'I '44, aww' , 5 My f EI ,...d'f""' Painted signs are one way to publicize. I ' B Q I at I -- . .,,t I. .,,, I 4, ' .4 ' M Q as ' J I1 ,tt,,, II' , .. I 1-f ""'g,I : Aw e ',e- ,Agri-1afffI,I:Iaa H I Q ,A B li I ' 5 H as H ., :V -' . 5,5 I A I i 1 " y, i I S I ag If ,. I I , t,II IIII A ., M M ,,.,, II, I I .. W A lg, 5 , I a I V A ' I, - ' 1 I I 'W 'A aw """'f"" -.-- W 2 rl Q I H "'-'vnu-Iv' W., I V I I f' 4 ig SSM Meeting, 7:15 Rm. 112 Www 'Wi JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS President Katy Shilly Vice President Fay Sato SecretaryfTreas. Deanna Advisors Ms. Kain Mr. Houlc Lee uh -1:7 g. 1 ., if . 7,55 t, . . ' ,. . :,... f. AML?-mfeff AL was 'J WM.: SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS President Dave Guyer Co- Vice President Jill Kobernick lnot pictured 1 Co- Vice President Gladys Gillis SecretaryfTreas. Katy Lingren t gt., N xifygmf ' 'F " - wr. fttiz V sal." " f Advisors Mr. Burke we QQWA Mrs. Wetterauer A' Omcers are introduced to student body. CLASS OFFICERS 29 ASSAHEHE J Assemblies held at Nathan Hale, such as the Kick Off assembly for sports, and Homecoming, keep the spirit alive. Others are the Martin Luther King and Music assemblies. This year the Winter Concert was cancelled due to technical Qt, difh'cul ' Q. ,V L 95 Q mi ft , L .ut -N - , Ya . XH Q .W A 'S-c 5 jpg if if W w X SYWNQ N ev Q bis? Q -x 5-5 Qi A w ll' ga i V M . as RC EQTNEXPUJ Sf' 5 ' ,..,.,...f........ ,.t---......-M-f-Nw, My .,sM.,,..,.... 1 it ,,,, . , .lohn Mele prepares Har his Elvis act. Q Pal Conroy introduces the senior xg x u 5 7 Nix QS K Q J XS Jil 30 ASSEMBLIES Slcvc Guycr prcscnlx thc 1978-79 ASNII olliccrs. 1 Bu Squad durjng Homecoming. Rob Hausa searching lbr thc Winter CWUIICCFI. Lcn Bundy pays lribulc lu Dr. King. ASSEMBLIES .ll PEP SQUAD 'AQ W Q 3 days to make: 60 seconds to destroy John Mele ,Z 3 .pm KN. N-11, i 1, E Vickie Porter Diane Crepps Chris Seguha Cindy Harris 32 PEP SQUAD C9 1 J f, S TACKS FM- UP W' "" WW Patience, Practice and Pride is what it takes to make a great Pep Squad. At Nathan Hale we work as a team with a great Pep Squad to lead us. Lg' Paula Bergen Rod Bradshaw Jane Kerns Alex Ta tman Annette Sa cksteder A, "" . . .A .t f'iL,ze1efvi2' Laurie L ydum Barb Campbell PEP SQUAD 33 IT WAS GREAT HOMECOM NG Hats and Shades Day. IW I. GJ LL 5. Football team packed with pride. Juniors won Homecoming was a busy week, it started with Hats ,tm A and shades day, Uniform da y, Hick day. Then moved on to Roman Toga day and ended with Red, White Mg and Blue day. Q Wa il T 'ff'1Qf4 A ' f t i IQ 1. ,ww XE! 3 A ., ,, 5. wwx is , y,.,, Q 1: wt ..:,' . , S' ., Q. at e my . " .-1.5 '-0. Yi K . ,N 'atm X ,. ,ti Xt ..tt . .f,. ,fsmaw ,.,. ., , , me :I ., '5- .. ,Q i A QT' fa . H ' I A ' e-" 1-is I f 34 HOMECOMHVG ,W sf.,-...f full of surprises, Other events that took place during Homecoming were the Jello eating contest, Marshmallow on a string, Bubble Gum blowing contest, and the Banana eating contest Many students participated in these events. HOMECOMING 35 MUSIC INSPIRES US ALL SWING CHOIR ARM Doug Balcom, Bonnie Burguss, Diane Crepps, Melody Fairbanks, Lynn Hickenbottom, James Houghton, Gale Levin, Rod Loh, Debbie Mackenstadt, Chris Morison, Shar Nelson, Phil Newbould, Teri Onderacke, Randa Sickles, Terry Smith, Howard Stern, Mike Willis, Maria Worne, Mary Woodward, Sonja Van Der Maas, Maddy Poole. Roger Been, Piano. Vance Soloman, Drums, Swing Choir, at the Winter Concert. Squire Singers, led by Mr. Saas carried out the Christmas Spirit. SQ UIRE SIN GERS Suzanne Ahn, Denise Atterson, Doug Balcom, Robin Balcome, Ray Berger, Heidi Brodel, Mary Criddle, Kris Da vis, Roxanne Dewitt, Margaret Dolen, Mark Gerard, Karen Hanke, Tarea Harvey, Lynn Hickenbottom, James Houghton, Sheryl Knight, Leslie Kunhausen, Gale Levin, Larry Little, Rod Loh, Debbie Mackenstadt, Chris Morrison, Shar Nelson, Phil Newbould, Terri Ondracke, Caren Pollock, Maddy Poole, Laura Rodriquez, Annette Smith, Terry Smith, Howard Stern, Mellissa Stott, Diane Summers, Melissa Towner, Kari Uhlman, Sonja Van Der Maas, Jacqueline Vold, Karin Worner, Susan Wixon, Mary Woodward, Monica Ybarra, Bonnie Burgess, Ed Hicks, Tammy Long, Mike Willis, Tammy Rude. 36 MUSIC Winter Wonder Land sung by the Swing Girls JAZZ ENSEMBLE Jim Brady, Jeff Pomoto, Elaine Frank, Gordon Gardpipe, Chris Harshman, Paul Harshman, Robert Jeff Peterson, Vilcky Rantala, Paul Rowen, Grady Mr. Morrison and the Orchestra take a bow. OR CHESTRA James Bradbury, Denise Colar, Ellen Guldahl, Eric Hall, Jeff Higgins, Katherine Hotchkin, Lohman, Julie Marsh, Debra Ryan, Michael Schmidt, Troy Stark, Mauritz Winquist Drill Team performs as the Band watches. 'N'-Na Jones, Bronn Journey, Ken McCormic, Eugene Onishi, Swafford, David Ward, Mike West, Mauritz, Winquist Maria Cysensky, Gordon Gardpipe, Bronn Journey, Tara Kaiyala, Kurt " 1,.-nwyas ,K xv , if Q55 " M 1, .V .gs ' faq.: ,i an Vg w.rjgL,:" A , w w--at f, 4 4 1 A - - . - if , ,, Jazz goes out on the town. Fine Performance put on by the Band. MUSIC 37 Color Guards at attention after the Martin Luther King Assembly. MAR CHIN G BAND Karen Van Gelder, Gloria Shaffer, Liz Wallace, Diane Sandwick, Sari Van Otegham, Terry Dietsch, Cheryl Altier, Kim Grande, Suzanne Hitz. l.. I f L.- Squires tune up for a special assembly. 38 MUSIC in- ROUSING RAID R S SPIRIT Qllufi 553.11 Q X gulf, , Kwik I7 lgfi SAMDM MDE mon S '7 J. Mele, C, Pelerson, P. Dowd, E. Wivioll, L. Dennis, D. Mackenstadt, V. McKinney, L. Anderson, J. Pand, S. Pearson, D. Dent, M. Baltzclle, J. Rasmussen, J. Quammen. J. Arnesen. L.Dunphy, J. Meier, J. Gordon, K. Shilley, J. Waddingham, C. Calabrese, L. Palmer, L. Peterson, R. Grindle, T. Swanberg, K. Meyers, M. Meguire, G. Hipkins, L. Lundquisl, A. Parker. L. in 'TT':"'-' .... .. i A. Alterberry, C. Pabalale, T. Prince, D. Alterson, T. Simmons, M. Gistarb, S. Parker, L. Raider Rousers Chairpcrsons.'Suc Pearson! Kunhausen, S. Alexander. Not Pie. P. Oaks, J. Anderson, M. Marshall, D. Hannibal. Julie Pand show true spirit. SPIRIT 39 VARIOUS RACE ORIEN TED BSA C The newly formed Black Student Awarness Committee fB.S.A.C.j is trying to get more Black students involved in school activities. This organization serves as a kind of guidance to help encourage Black students in working to build a more open school. B.S.A.C. is hoping to aid students of all races. Advising B.S.A.C. is Mrs. Bebelle. The omcers for '78-'79 are Chairpersons Rochelle Ga yton and John Smith, and Julia Fears, secretary. ASC t . 5 1 r. s i gr-'XL B.S.A.C. President is Rochelle Gaylon. Ms. Barker is former Advisor to A.S.C, Q N' A.S.C.gzi5yrsXbx Xml? AJ' 3,16 Q ,V I T N ' N . .Mx vv 5 vt, ,Av all x Xe Nl New wtf MW if wb W tl if habit' uf! 50 slim Vzqgd' LYNN 5 ' up 4 NH' Q Wrkkwb W V A W 40CULT ALX' U X Eg Kg A X 4. ,M X57 39 QY Qi W M as Max si Q5 ' -5 The Asian Student Coalition is organized to unite all interested students and faculty. The purpose of A.S.C. is to broaden our knowledge of Asian culture and the role of Asians in United States history. A.S.C. is also hoping to build a more open society at Hale. The Coalition is also interested in winning human rights for all people. Advising A.S.C. is Mrs. Wetterauer, The ofHcers for '78- '79 are Ya-Pei Chang, President and Fay Sato, Vice President and Chris Pa baate Secretary. GROUPS UNITE HALE S.E.B.R.A.H Students Encouraging Better Relations At Hale, better known as S,E.B.R,A.H. organizes and promotes total school involvement in such activities as Culture week and Dr. Kings birthday. S.E.B.R.A.H. covers concerns related to bringing better understanding among students, faculty, parents and the community. They also encourage students to air out problems related to school. Advising S.E.B.R.A.H. is Mrs. Bebelle. The omcers for '78-'79 are President Maria Sabay, Vice President Simone Terrell, and Sheraine Harnden, Secretary. -ur' Mrs. Phillips and Mei Lin Tangalin attend S.A.C. meeting. i yn, S.E.B.R.A.H. gathers in me gym for their Hrst meeting. S.A.C. 1 G 1 Yolanda Reed attends Hrst S.A.C. meeting. The Student Advisory Committee tS.A.C.j is designed to bring students of various backgrounds together. The students of S.A.C. review the school district desegregation plans. One member from each racial background represented is elected to the Citizens Advisory Committee, where they report students' views of desegregation, Advising S.A.C. is Mr. Robert Bell and Mr. Lawrence Adams. The Chairpersons for '78-,79 are Tonya Whetham and Robert Banks. The other members areg Jim Houghton, Yolanda Reed, Michael Sakahara and Mei Lin Tangalin. CLL B EXPERIENCES I TER ATIONAL INFLUENCE IN TERNA TIONAL CL UB fl X International Club omcers, Doug Balcom and Jim Dow. 42 CULTURAL XX Mfg The International Club's goal is to increase awareness of other countries and cultures and to inform students of foreign study. The International Club has Eve exchange students in it. The Advisor is Mrs. Fleury. Back row,' James Houghton, Marcel Schubert, Steve Blair, Brad Hruttiord and Brian Hrutljord. I ' Front rowg Suzanne Ahn, .lami Weatlterbee, .lim Dow, Laura Millan and Laura Nauman. ATHONA a s "IDN " 1979 EXCHANGE STUDENTS 1 "-ww , . 'el ix? h ,X ,A tv- - N ,J Ajkgf fi x J , QV! j Q .xv YS' ' ' ll!H!lp1l Sz W , 1 , .muyfl . fgfffiitll Q -, A 1,53 vf f 5 fi . QW qi' .5 :I ' "' ,"' L, Qiltliti Fflnlufrmnn The live exchange students at Hale this year are: Seniors Marcel Schubert from Switzerland, Roderick Kurt Wicdmann from Germany, Marike Van Lier Lels from the Netherlands. lnot picturedj, Laura Millan, a sophomore from Mexico. Also not pictured, Vivi Ycla from Guatemala. FFA-GRUWI G GREE ERY J-gn , ,c:,L.,Av., -J' E h U -V r . 9 fix! af' H" ' . ' FFA - Future Farmers of America specialize in greenthumbs. Club activities include community service, plant demonstrations, sales, fairs, and horticulture techniques. FFAer's are: Lilli Misner, Brad and Brian HrutHord, Cheryl Townliand, Jim Dow, Julie Newberry, Roger Bean, Kelly Thompson, Roger Sanger, Rob Foster. FEAST FACTOR Y FEED l Kcllyis pride! .. ...Qi V Q N, ,A 5 I jf Mrs. Nelsson demonstrates onion cutting. Feast Factory teaches restaurant procedure, such as waiting on customers, meal planning, and cooking techniques. Students plan and carry out bake sales, special luncheons for teachers, and even do catering. Field trips, fairs, and contests are also part of the program. FEAST, FFA 43 CO-CLC B CLA ORS WITH A C TI VI TW! ""'Q:'e 4-X-gag,-X . '4""'w-v- fi 3'-':3'mf. --"""' Pres.- Nancy Erickson, Vice Pres. Laurie Connelly, Sec-Tres.- Jill Hallbcrg Publicity- Julie Waddingham, Tina Boohcr Co-Club activities include: clothing, canned food, and blood drives, a pumpkin carving contest, courtesy gestures such as gift giving and exchanges, banner painting, publicizing upcoming events, putting together zz scrapbook of the years happenings, and giving the pep squad an occasional hand. Its zz fun and exciting club for everyone, including guys! . 1 . ,. ,Q 5. -4 Faith-Daughter Banquet- Carol Hunter. Linda Davis Inot picturedj e ii.t in QVV A ,-,v,,,, L-'Q n.Q,,,4,,s 532 :Q QQTEN lfTf5!5?F 411 131.92 54, rl? 1 in am K Molhcr-Daughter Tea- Kenlynn Snowdcn, Anncllc Sackslcadcr Spirit- Heidi Greidcr, Jamie Usher Scrapbook-Barb Campbell, Mary Burrill x Wu 5 ' Lu K 1 . M 's.,. .1 J' -x- 42 ' M - , 9 V, I R 5, I , W , A V Q E F. .R .',. gi , ,. 4m,,,, y : - S " . 'Eg S" ' tw 1: S 1 , v-- l l T il' Q ' V 4, B S 5 Vg., f , 1 1 4 ' H. , ,S 1 65.5 ' ii Tolo- Mary Ballzell, Shelly MeGough. Cheryl Pingrey Exchanges- Heidi Zeller, Holly Simonton as xe- Fundraising- Gwen Carlson, Deanna Lee lnot picluredl Services- Gloria Sorbo. Karen Brumbaugh Special Events- Sheraine Harden, Rod Brad- sha w 'Q LET Sunshine- Erin Conroy, Chezjvl Townliand HS MEMBERS GETS THE POINT' sexing X 451,92 -9 XR a X - lviSQ 9 .5 5 f HONOR gx .Ex lj an SOCIETY 1 K Q X CONGRA TULA TIONS to all 2 K on Honor Society. Students xx, maintaining a 3.2 cumulative grade X point average or above for 1 year 1 Q are the honored participants. 1 " N, This is quite an honor, for when VL TX these individuals graduate, they are S " I, 'lx given an honor cord which they ' wear around their neck during Q commencement. H A H-, ' , Members may purchase a gold K i pin for their senior year to wear on QW at their commencement gown. ,W 5 ' ' ,X The ofHcers work to organize Q ' the ordering and distribution of all X ft Q 'f' d 11 d 'altlbr' A cert: Jcates an onor cor s. N ff, WHWA5, W ' W ' T C if S M"'f7'i77' v ll Honor Society Leaders: lCIockwiscj Advisor Mrs. Myers, Ya Pei Chang, Tina Booher, Heidi Brodcl. 46 HONOR SOCIETY 'fuf1::1fW..v- f N- - XX "" 'T' atvsffi 'Tm -f flex-"" Kim Douglass. Honor Society members, stud- ies hard. THE S.K. Y is THE LIMIT. S. K. Y. Club members: fClockwise1 Susie Jacobson, Sue Wahlgren, Knut Karlsen, Jenny Willison, Heidi Domonkos, Diane Steele, Lynn HickenBottom, Ben Mclsaac. "S.K. Y. club is a very worthwhile organiza- tion for everyone who likes people."-Kurt Karlsen XX 4, K Susie Jacobson, president, says that she 'll con- tinue next year, so she may help others. "Ijoined S. K. Y. club because it is fun and its 11 neat experience!"-David Rookaird. S.K. Y. club is organized to help the handi' capped in any way possible. ln fact, S.K. Y. Club painted the elevator. The members orga- nize and put on dances for them. "The purpose of S.K. Y. is to recogntae the handicapped as people and treat them that way."-Gale Levin Members of S.K. Y, Club are: President . . . Susie Jacobson Vice President . . . Knut Karlsen Secretary . . . Lynn Hickenbottom Cathy Blair Kathy Croll fgraudatedj Heidi Domonkos Vicki Gordon fgradua ted 1 Brian HrutHord Gale Levin Ben Mclsaac Da vid Roolcaird Brian Smolinsky Diane Steele Dawn Tidvvell lgraduatedj Kevin Tidwell Karen Van Gelder Sue Wahlgren Kathy West Sue Wahlgren is an active member in S,K. Y. club. S.K. Y. CLLJB 47 E VER YDA Y IS LIKE ANOTHER Abs. nw sh y , W I '13 48 EVER YDA Y PHOTO ESSA Y ! 5 f :W ,, , ,, , , ,Q , , , A - ,, n lfil 4 U, ' 1 f, -. t , -" ,A WI- 4 , ', Under the cover . aw! '.:,'H- k ,, ,,, f.W' . , V - .f f 1' ' V ' 4- L , A., .' QQ: A V5 of the stars, t X - ati?-'UQ fV,t+ ' ,, , V A ,Q ,A 4- , 2 . under the cover , ' f N' '3?' Y . ., t ' - L ofthe sun, A , 4, -s X ,,,' , " - - t A' J 'Y t , . -' . fermented into eternlt . f-:Q mf--.M vp -tv . 5 1- ff, . . . . . 'V . . 'gt 51. ,J , . - ' A ,A IICS this reclous moment of ,gg-1. A W ! , ,- ft V 'rf ,ev- . 4,4 V ik V7 u V nl V, I4 1 'dbh sig, , time 1 at A ' A, Mtn f ' - f t . . ,, 51' 7 , M ,A Qian A ' . Called L1fe Q f If , Q k afgr I I ' in V W . L . W an 3' ,, D Q- 'jg ' P,-, H M 'n ,Q , t J, P .1 I Q l - A 4 VR ' . 7 ,Y . in F 'Y' gifaf' 'avi' 512 f'-1 D N' , ' t ' tf ' ' 4 41 fy." ' 1 ' ,Ag 1 , f " 7 it ..,: .95 t '11, I . , i t ' if vi' " 1 ' ' , ' - A s ai w , - I in W., Y V 5, 'G 'kg -, iv. 1, ,', fl. -n "' a . Q, sive V- .' PL l ' ft -. 1 V631 - pgril t iff' 3 Q- , 35,21 ' Q 4 ,V .1 -x . ' Q. -' K it H 5 , s 4 , , ,W 9 . 52' .W t. M 5 'Wt' ,F N VK 12 . wa-ug, ' 'Qu 771 ., A .4-P-Hu sw fl E nd, , R EVER YDA Y PHOTO ESSA Y 49 at f Jane Kerns, Mike Lec play Donkey Basket- ball. SPECIAL DA YS National Coaches Week October 6, United Nations Day October 24, Pumpkin Carving Contest October 31, Jog-a-thon November I7, Human Rights Week December ll-14, Starlight Ball December 23, Dr. Martin Luther Kings Birthday January I6, Chinese New Year January 27, Activities Fair January 31, Registration for Spring Semester Febuary I-2. 50 Special Da ys SPECIAL DA YS Greg Walker and John Woods enjoy ice cream social. W ,, A-, 1 nibs- wuuawusi ,V rf-3 1: 5, . , -K . 1.ll,f : . Q b 'K "Happy Birthday" ug 1-'nuns ' ga DURING THE FALL SEMESTER a 55982 My r mud!!! , Jdgnl 72 fifzozu WMM ff, J My awww ,047 .wi galil!! Jay 70 amd go,0,0Y , H img Af 1710409 7LM1f 7am UW fggyffw 'WW ww' Agodow SMJLLLQI .50 024:65 75 Quan 050 aw Wav? 7010106474 4z?6ic7Z?Z4UW'7W' ZOLUWIX, Wgtaggv LLg,5j,7fL7Il.Q IW 20 cxffaf ,wwf VW ' f , W Z' . ' N415 mm my fad? and Wm awfidfflmlf MW! 7620 V ' - l LLL5 7797111516 ,W fd? Q? UN Ms. Pclcrson and Jane Kcrns working on the Barbecue. V f " V I, I Sy Mg - 5 I Ji im 1, E I5 Q , fi ' f I A+ 44+ I 4' 'M 5? I in Q ., The graduated Bcallcs. I I? I right: K ' 1 ph 'r Gellei G g S 5 I J.um.s I' I. It. .md M. Tom Murruv. .SPICIAL DA YS il UNDER CLASS BONIV V' -N"'E,:' I' ' G ZQZQR .J K- Q niigwlxl f - . W, Q I ..... ww-..-... , Af v Da vid Kirk Simone A istrope Alexander Alexander shy: , gg-T' ' wjr' 6 .Q - 91' '- B ' ' 'Y fs -::' -, -R ja , ff Q ,,, j N X 3 5 'X l 1 ei Ricky Cheryl Marianne Tezsuro Anne Allen Altier Alvarez Anan Anderson . M i I 'fi B" 'e'i 2 ig Wx ' vw e: sf as 2- v u . , , , K ' as ' , , A ' f 1 A 9 A Gina Ja cquen La Donna Anderson A nderson Anderson if 5 J-4 ge as fi 'f -2 ' was Mike Arnald Andrea Denise A tterberry A tterson 1 -f as . Lisa Anderson 4 as I Maurice Monica Anderson Anderson Tom Armon Andrce Arnold " , r ' 1. mt F' I if. A ,i ' if if B' W r ,ig , SE V - ' Susan A yl wa rd Anne Robin Backus Balcom Maria Barashkoff Barber Tracy A ' C as e T' 5 L W 'A i .. Q Qsii i -' A ' Lv " no ix . . , B ' ,- gk' ak. A l ' A' A I. 1 iw I i K is . 5 f ' Q .4 ,Q ,., ,as .C x i x YY, is . Suzanne Nancy Mike Al Rita Carol Chris .lim Bard Barone Barry Basnight Batra Behrems Belcher Bell A A i ge 3 if ' 'W ,V ' Q L 4 , .. A .-31 h 5 M r ' V J , . l ' 1 A-P ' as ,N .W V. 4 f f o i L ,A B 1 U A 7? , sf ' ' is -f as P Q A Brian Bencdctti Bergere Berger Kari Ken Mat! Cathy Lisa Berglund Berry Beuck Be ymer Bigham Keri Ray mg a . Q if li . as My ' TES if Mark Cathy Bobby Corey John Michele Danny Bishop Blair Blanks Bla ttman Blocker Blower Boespfleig 54 SOPHOMOR ES 3 Nori David Laura Laurie Booher Boone Bowser Boyle gi, - A, gg X, L 4 r ' K f' r ' abr- - J h J T S Gerald Chew brainstorming in Geometry. o n on om teve Brandt Bresslcr Bresslcr Brockman . iwliff: of k t "lil, H5 Kristi Clarence Kari Lisa Kathy Tom Brooks Brown Brown Brydson Burrill Butler z qv? .Q S - is Norman Mike Karen Candis Dwight Sandy Byrd Calabrese Caley Cameron Carlin Carr 8 43? ,f "'N"'W Stacy Chrislionson enjoys her apple. A 'K V W' T , t,.. 5 ' i g- , 1 . ,mr Q if - Brenda John Buttcrlield Byington Mike Ed Carroll C epurna SOPHOMOR ES 55 E ,... 151, C .m 7. New .. 7 ' .V . E3 42 3 C - M ' ,,- as . . .f Y X Nl ew-. 5. LL,Q V K, 5 V Collin Gerald Calvin Stacy Steve Chapman Chew Christian Christian Chun l at Ylh g wg 1 TQ 11 . fiQ,,,,, N as hi l " Ross Sue Sharon Angec Debra Conrad Conroy Cook Copple Crane -fzg fr f a 4gS?s,Q?Q S " - Q N .Z Q 5 A V Q , oll 5 , ' -- -r 1 ' 5 D IL - 4, J-A C-J John Becky Ken Kris Robert Daniels Da vis Da vis Da vis Da vis ff V',5:,fji1's' in . sf 's Nl J ' I ,, ,i . I ' A I . k y Xi il, Perry Da ve Ka ren Meg Wayne Dengah Denini Denman Terhar De Wi tl gig s has C ., , 5" if . 4 " X . l '19 Y: ,W . , 1 , " :iifT14if Ml . t la Jenny Amy Diane Margaret Steve Dillard Dillon Dittman Dolan Domonkos F Brian Karen Loren Steve Kim Eaton Eichcnberger Erickson Erickson Evcrts 56 SOPHOMORES , ,,JA, W., , .., a..,W5, . "'V, I .. ,s , 4 na i ws gow yi , , Rh A - 'N ,,..L Charles Greg Tim Clark C laypool C allison E 1 K A Q R 5 AW , t . V W, 6, 2 ' ' E' , I Q , Diane Diane Doug Crane Culburlson Cutrell Kiilli' Andrea Sutton D11 VISUH DeC a no Deal 'LEE E S, 1 K? a 2 K . fi s .. w Debbie Susan Paul DICIGISOII Dickc y Dickha ut Diane Liz Wendy Dunlap Dunphy Eakright t tfi out sa w Kris Alcne Ted E vcrts Fairbanks Fa rrcll fx i gx 'A Q 1 v ' X WL X f 1 Lee Jan Simeon Beth Jeff Joe Gordan Elaine Felder Fel! Fields Finlon Fisher Fisher Flack Frank "N Q . ,H ' 4 .,-. . f Q is 2 , of K , 1' gh 'ii v 4'- 5:5724 A ' "4 ' "fy 11' b Nr ' 1 ,, 5' ' , x X A a, H Robert Gen Scan Bob Jim Richard Mary Murray Fripp Frilschen Folcn Foster Foster Fudge Fu F ye i 'J - N K: ' -,K " 1 fm ff '-we in X . . 1 M X X ff X, Paula Greg Sandra Scott Kari Tracy Gladys D11 ve Gardiepy Gales Geiger Gibson Gihc Gill Gillis Gilson ,. , .-I ,Q - Q 3 R Sli ., X Tammy Diane Mark Nancy Gish Glover Gonzales Gordan fy- 'Y Mark Teresa Anna Hallack Granberg Granger Green Greider iz fs ' ,' f .- Sym f Q? f .. Q: 3. ?,g7 . - X -E 'X 3 I X Carol Ellen Da vc Terry Guenther Guldahl Guyer Gwyn J.B. Duffgivcs it all heis got. SGPHOMORES 57 , W7 " X , .4 ,W A- Q "X if sz Q-w we X ' W F Michael Dave Greg Haistings Hall Hall , 5' - f l 'g' - ' M " . 255 4 "' ., x - l- A 'Je f 1 in .p .Lk 4?-Q ff ' 'X ww is -J Sigh? f's'.?1? I ' S. mfs 'lat ' wifi :FW ' f Bret Todd Ray Hartman I-larvey Henschkel l - . . iigifff " W' " . " V1 'i ft X 5 , is Qu: .ai Lf . ' Leif Linda Sally Holland Holmes Hood A . t g g , lla rrictte Greg Terri Jacobson Jesionowski Johansen ,inf L ' 'H .eg H' 1?-L iii ' f Warren Ron Matthew Johnson Johnson Jones Bob John K erns K ielil SOPIIOMORES Kurtis King ' 2333 k 1 sq ' ' "iw, ft- Q13 Q, J P. . - ' ' 1'-Q 2 -., fi ' 0 E P ,, Q-. 1 ' ig. I we 'C' , xp ,fr , ,Xl W i 5 Q , ' gym K? ,fi Debbie Tricia Charles Kevin K riste Hamilton Hansen Harrison Harte Harthill Y S iiii K V, 1 get ,- we f saau y 1 . Sam Christie Jean Lutz Lori Hindman Hipkins Hodges Hoffman Hogg 1:3 fi Kimberly Kathy Heidi Jay -'lm Hotaling Hotehkin Hoxsol Hwang '10 A -J W e, ,, ,I .. 4 if Ann Marie Blake Eric Erik Tom Johnson Johnson Johnson Johnson Johnson ., WTS? iv Sha rleen 721 ra Kris Stuart Kevin Jones K a i ya la Karlsen Keeler Kennedy , 'L L Qu, 4 fi-Sl -iwiii " V ' ,Q,' f f , E ,... :i24i'i'1 YM gb, 1 ,V Mfg v 5.1 Y, s '-Q . , ' A I Terrho Jill Leslie Virginia Da vid Knight Koberniek Kuhnha uscn Kuhnlc Lg C3556 1- 1 . 46 3 2 - 9 5.1, 1 . , 2. X I . Scott Dave Lallo Lamson CIil7' Us .. .. f 'S " L Ji b 'ft ,, ce , fl ' , ' I . V 1 ' 1' A " .4 .!,i'i.i. , xx 'X in If :VJ W I ff "if i I WX - ' 1 xiii L 'Rite Theresa Gina Heidi Mike Landii Larson Lee Lee Lee Lemon 433 X 5 5 ' Lk Q - 'wi xv , X.. .il EQ. ' 31- G f Y.--,...w--M fn I 01633 L K v Q Sharon Jeff Ken! Dave Christi Katie Sara Andrew Lemon Leonard Lester Lcwis Lind Lindgren Lindgren Liu V: I , 55,7 A V I . ix Q , , " , -, X 3 4, . I Q-h -V 43 A ij' L . 'E - in , Q xy.. ' Ian , 1 ...Q v V1 N-f A V, - , 'W .., M a P A . V q " 'L 't, V2 'J Xa , Johnny Kurt Kevin Robert David Lynne Nghiep Shirley Loh Lohman Lon Lozolz Lucas Lundquist Ly Lynch A' 5 ., Brad Dick Mary Manny Tagg Berric Merry Marna Lyon Manaoba Manger Marshall Martin Marzinis Mason Mathews y. F 1 V ' 1 ' :nk V - I -r 'A 1 , z, w 5 Q I Lori Deena Ed Jeff Lorie Maurer Maxson MCA my McBride MCC ray Q- x ,, 1 :gg i Bctu Casey Kerry Kevin Larry MeCrcc Daniels McDanieIs McDonnell Mclsaac Time. Ou, SOPHOMORES 59 ' w "'- " V P 'Te Q. s if a QR L 5 S 'K 3 as . L L. Ax v.7?'s Vicky Mary .lulie Alicia John Craig Suzanne Janice McKinney McMahan Meier Misikin Mitchell Moe Moore Morgan Steve Karla Mark Kevin Lori Chris Laura Mark Morrison Morton Mulvanny Munro Myer Nagel Nauman Nelson f K , 3 5 1? 5 ' jk g- ' .. 'if' Q Ig ""' 5 5 Q L in 5 Y v W . v V Nfl I f f H ki ff?-vaN.. .. , L' A f . l if ' Arial Rebecca Nancy Fred .lulizi Terry Leanne Erie Nelson Newbould Ng Nichols Nishikawa Nulton Oberg I x 5 Qi? I E Phil Pamela Daniel Leslie Grace Onishi Orias Osller Ovens Pabalate 'Ni 5, Q3 Gfcg US21 R2IkCSh Annamaric Charlese Pa cc Palmer Pa rasha r Parker Pa rker 2 if he ,W L . ,Q we ' .,.' 'A gl 11, f- gan an xy iv 1 fx SM, 5 .1 aw l- M". ,, ! ., L -Urytugdei yi, , H- V, - k 1 I ,Hx i Aj, S. A Sherrill Lisa Scott Mike Karma Rance refreshes hf,,,5C1fHfwr School Parkhurst Parra Pattison Patton Pcighlal 60 SOPHOMORES ki Kent Brenda Sue John A Pemble Pennington Perry Peterson ' . If M ia 5 of A ' 'C . 3 J! JU -f . gg, t .u A. to 5, 1 Lisa Donna Pal Genny Brian Smolinsk-s chccks out thc sccnc by the .-X C. Peterson Petter Phares Philbrick e ,i l , ,552 4 Xa? j A : ee f ij , K i "fit , - ,,,. f, ' in , ' - ' 5' ' N rf. , Q " .' 4 ' 'J Y v ' f .'?, - . - :2faarw?." Teresa Janet Judy Juctv Donna Pansj Sharon Brian PiCffZYk0W5k' POHCF Porter Purtlcus Price Pugh Pullman Ruger fiwTgf"' 1 if R 9 7- 541' -Q, ' ' Q , .1 V 'f ' , 0 P . i ,, X s, , i -v I .3 B A ,, , i , , i , X-ii P f .loan Sig Tami Micliacl Eric Dgirrick Kari Laura Rasmussen Rauda Raj Rhodes Richardfzuii Robinson Rodcuald Rodriguez R' ' 5 , ' ' i - ' " Q f - 2 ,TIT i Q L , 0 it ' g' Q Q T335 " ' 3 ' f 7 V P" , ., A .. V PM V , , fx , -.V fr -1 ,, J ' ' If -1 Y J N t . qiefgy 1 Q Joanne Rose Sandj Cassandra Robert Phil Jcnnitcr Debbie R ogcrs Grindle R osen R oscnblooni Ross Roycr R usscll R-i an ',,' Y V ' 1:4 ' ff f ,, 'kj W , 1 Z .Q 1 " ' ' . b . Z- " . Q' Kevin Diann Diane K im Paula Dan Doug .lucic Ryan Sa nchcz Sa ndwick Sa uers Sch ornack Schultz Schultz Scott SOPHOMORES 61 4 . Q . ffmgtt, ,O 1 ' Y fs, rt , ,, Kgz, , X .,, t A X 1 if t , ,Q 3 ff .5 ,gf ' A 1 , M F T S V w ' : , 'V ' v Glorizt Lynn Kcith Todd Chztd Jeff Mft tt A ngclzt Slmllbr Shar Shatrtncr Shztttuck Shcztrcr Shelton Shilley Simmons P b , 4 K W uv: Q il. f A 'T 1' Q ii-ff M- 1 ,,. - Q? 1 Il , ' K V I X I T T S of x .2 1- , it ' ' M wi E ' Y. I " ti Cttrltt Dennis Kim Candy Willis Cindy Anya Boyd Sinclair Sismuct Skurtvcdt Slanc Slime Slyc Smith Smith W, , 1 S '- ' 't-'. 7 ff' A ii 1 V5 4 tj 'Q 5 ' t ,xiffvl E4 ... ' ai . pi KL 5' ld til, 5 - Ali' gli' A Suzy Braid Rtty Shcllcy Sue Tim Troy Robcrt Sodcrstrom Sonntztg Spizmztn Sprzt 'uc Stanford Stanton Stark Stcir L- t ' - it A I th T if ' - Q A I ' ' 2 A J 4 Q , S' S D . iiid T y 2 4 fi 1 4' t vi , . K xy V Q , I A 4 j-.QQ A A N - V' Ytifff U x K if mfg- ...gf 2 M . 1-""."Q L- N .ft-AJ Put Ruth Greg Tim Diana Scott Nadine Michelle Stcrlillg Stcvcns Sulliva SUlliVUf7 Summers Suthcrlund Swartz Swofford - , lg, A if +1 T J , J, fl Q if t Q E Debbie Monica Edie Bob Ta ka hztshi Tztylor Tcuschcr Thompson T tcty fiat, t., fig 1 tl 21: ,,,,J 2 3, A A .af . t ,pg - I 'fu -v-...An-.U gui V . A, 'F ' 1 5 1' f ,, Sharing is curing. Liz Wcstphzzl Shttrcs lunch with Cindy Wcbbcr -l21CqUClif1C Susan Viola Melissa Thompson Thompson Thompson Towncr 62 SOPHOMOR ES .,'w Q 532W . fi ' any A r 'fri fe A , QQ 'f .,,,,31. .L Q ,a , A 3 a ' I , 33' ., 3 " 3, Dan Kathleen Jason Mary Kari Sue Gordan Cheyrl Townsend Tra vis Tyler Tyo U hlman Ultsch Vance Va n Horn ii' E 'X" L 'J ' J 'fr , J 2 ' if " 4 1- QV' ' , W1 V ,, X ,Q 5 .ce "' f' f - , V 1. ., : 5 1 4 gk LVL. jig, Ag: h, ff -1 K: A J 5 . xl Y , ,fx 'M Sherri Ann Marco Joyce Peter Ann James Anthony VanHorn Van Wyk Vercamcr Wade Wagstcr Walker Wa nkcr Ward Brad Mike Jeanette Gary Mike Terri Frank Erik Waring Watson Webber Weller Wes! Wheeler Wigginbotham Wiimlgf M Q19 Jennifer Nick Ma uri tz Monica Wiitala Williamson Winquist Yba rra Pauline Mike Nancy Yen Young Young ,, V WW A f WWW, , 5 N Theresa Dowdcn docsn't believe what shciv seeing SOPIIOMOR 15S 63 af-W H30 'mC"W:Q x?Sq,cUn.Q 'VJNQMFL 3.5 'WUMHlP"l v-'wJ:llnfL9vUv0-0,0-Mah7v-Q "evw1o'n ,E,Sw. L cb JMNLQMCB. mam .DMG Admvufi bgyn. Mag ,fJC,,,QQ.LC9- -VW Q0 lC4.YQ.x4 DJXNLVN f'x,Q,WX.511'f'V-XfQJx' QQLLSL A,,vx,l.,-fm JFAINPQQ ,Qdfwfek 0-fx . X HHS' j Q N ' SAD Mammqmm 'W 'wo' I Sammi I-I UND! RCI ASS c 1 +g ,, NNN UNDERCI ASS li I0 Erik Tammy Collin Linda Aandal Ahn Akiyama 5 -144 'E Q U 1 y Ainsworth 4 r.x, ..,, w e A ,, . . ., ug , I, ,,,W, ,, . ,.AAV 1 .. t ,. s A , .5 fi ' ,+L A f ' A' 'Q' fr 7 + I - , IL. -- 9 , N ' 4 ' , . , 3,1 W w - Qc '71 S .if u .N 3 Linda Dennie wonders what happened to evervone, Paige RCYIHUUO 162110606 Cheyfl Albert Amante Amdal Anderson 4 f C . , 'Q is Q -s 5 E a iq? I f Jim -V I A I M- ii X 'X . ' Keith Mike Stephen Sue Todd George Jenae Da vid A nderson A nderson A nderson A nderson A nderson A q uino A rnesen Ashby :-W' few ans ,g A ii i il- ' 5. l . .M Eric Joe Linda Norman John Lisa Norman Mark Backus Baillargeon Bakkala Bakkala Bakos Baldwin Baltzo Bauer u k if f ,nf W sf, .W 9,31 . A A J Q 4 'fs M Roger Karen Wendy Jerry Jeff Bonnie Bob Bob Bean Beckman Belcher Berg Berkman Berry Billing Bjorback to A , A "'o', f ' r . it Q4 H' gn: A K 1 5, 1, N l t-, :ga W I J. all X 1 W aux. Q 4 f 1 fifffhh Dorric Sa m John Chris Terri Sean Tim J im Black Black Blanks Blair Blair Bollnmn Boyle Bradbury 66 JUNIORS ' Jn i -P 1555 , t li 'E' Bryan Jody Mike Mary John Neil Bradford Branch Brandt Brookman Buchanan 1 , Bob Hong Lenard Heidi Jenna Lisa Greg Buendia Bui Bundy Byzewski Cabanos Calvert Carlin Y ".I-fwffqazr "" . V r .. ' H J' R Q 435 5 Y Da vid Buck Gwen Carlson jim Ana Steve Louise Yvette Curtis Won Kelvin Cafrvll CW! 'Wight C-1SSill Charleston Charleston Chew Cho Choy 1 ' Ts? , ,. 1, 1 ' . Q. B. is ttt at . C ,Ii v n h Y!! it X ' Z W' SN t A x 2 ,, h e , 1 - if K . Louanne Rick Greg Derek Dennis Charlie 7-,ina Erin Choy GSSHU Clarkson Cockbain Colar Coleman C-Olive, Conroy Peter Beth Robert Enid Con way C ook Cook Cooper A l B B' l Kelly Robert Renita Carolyn Cote Cox Crawford Cruz True Raider Spirit! W 6 5 .IUNIORS 67 ' x Ken Keith Culver Cunningham F , - 5 I , x ,. . Y ff: 1 , 435g f vl xif Terry Pa ul DeBolt DeMaris t 5 t i4 ,ZS X! k ,y -- Theresa Alan Dowden Doyle if I W ., 25322, V , ff mr L s in ,A t G? K F' y . I Marin Mike Bill Erika Linda A nnette C ysensk y Dalton Da vis Da vis Da vis Dea n 1 A Y N it tex? z M o f at .1 Linda Cynthia Sue Heidi Laura Patricia Dennie Dimaano Dolling Demonkos Domoto Dowd Kathleen Jim Scott Joyce Mary Mareey Doyle Driese Dunphy Dutton Dykkesten Efikrlghf y . . Lee Dean Joe Lorelei Sandy Wendy Erika Mike Eckman Edminster Edmondson Engle Evans Everett Evart Exner . Melody Janet Tim Rick Craig Cheryl Cassie Bev Fairbanks Fa us! Freedman F ehr Fisse F lu yer F ort Freeman 68 JUNIORS Pam Fritz fe' "nw Yi ,. . He ' 5 X r 'X David Ruth Diana Lonnie Barb Karla Laurie Joann Fu Galbraith Galstaun Geri Gibsn Giddings Gies Gilson ,Su ,, agp , ,saga X. Q .f gy m H i A N P V' 3 . e. si! , Michelle Rochell Brian Gwynn "'om Maria Judy Jeannine Gistarb Gistarb Glover Goble Goessman Gonzales Goodhearl GOFUHH ' ' Q' " 3 v -D . Q ' , ff . . , ,'., A J my ' Aa a. Rick Kim Al Ken Rob Gail Sten Kamuron Gra ce Grande Green Green Greena wa y Grothe Gun thero. G urol , J if . . ggi 2 x W , x .V . W A nj-321, UE ll El Kirsty Jill Yvonne Eric Brian Sheraine Mike Chris Haining Hallberg Hamlin Hansiclcle Harber Harnden Harriman Harshman i if W V 'W' f L, fv ,J x ' A f Dan John Carl Jan Lilva Lynn Da vid Rochelle Hassel Haworzh Hazidakig Heiden Hendrickson Hickenbottom Higbee Hill ' -Vaer J , ' - ' - 43" , EQ V V E 4'-4-A 'f S 3321. 'V ' H gn E 4 I ' 3 X ' " "ff '11 A , , of -H .. fa . Andy Suzanne Dan Stacey Michell John Konnie Brian Himes Hitz Hogan Holloway Holthouse Hornby Hotaling Hruth'ord "Wl0Qf 0125 yw, Clcr rx' 5 Wt-rlq yowfiflf Lady L wfbflmflj Xlvm To Tak' ijjffgjii mvrx Home WALV SSSTQYL DONT QE fMLr.rvc5'T0 'wwvj Buck BQAMTQS- LATEQ Wim ISQQQAIWLQLJ JUNIORS 69 -1 Carol Linda Dennis Jeff Hunter Hurley lhng Jackson Jill Johnson John Keller . tt Q. w x 1 ' - . -1:31 .,, . .5 :,1 1 P 5 as U - -Ava M.. W Ed K lemisch el' ' '41, ' K .. :A In H. 9. Mike Lee a iu. , A M1 M H - f ' --1-2 ' ' West Lund 70 JUNIORS L 'K jg ', Lynn Wayne Denise Johnson Johnson Jones Dennis Kelly Darcel Paige Kelsie K ilborn Steve Knapp S Terry Lee , : 5, Cara Lundberg Sheryl Jeff Knight Kramer Sarah Gale Lenoue Levin K ga - , V Willy Dalene Mack Mackensladl Susie Mike Jacobson Jarvis ,ramp-13: ., A E -b g 1 at . - Y' 4 Susan Kyle Jones K arlin Kevin Jim Kinsella Kirk if of at 5 .. uv Dan Brian La bay Lagerberg ,Ll I Garth John Lien Lodwig l '5 Angela Jim Ma her Mahood Soren Karen Jensen Johanson - - ' A t ' F Q .5 'A f Knut Calvin Karlsen Keeler 7 Nouane Sha un Kitnikone K lebold Ernest Deanna Lawton Lee :V w-Q Tammy Todd Long Lovern Tom Cindy Major Malone Julie Marva Marsh Marshall Al 1 a 1, , 1, 4 'E' :bl A, Anneliese Sue May Mays 1211 S ' ,y . Q Mary Ben McGuire Mclsaac . M li. V x Marie Vicki Mills Miner Q 3 if Eli , . I r Christy Mark Morrison Mullan iw 5331-1 I, K I xv -' - Scott Phil Nelson Newbowld -M Lisa Marere Sue Kurt Marshall Marsell Ma ta ya Ma thisen Jennine Matt ff? Gregg Laurie Tansy Beru Lance McCole McCoy McCra y McCree McDonald Robert Maxon Pam McGowan Steve Danny Mclver McNair itll 5 :E , 1 4' 3 A Lilli Cindy Misener Mitchell x Mike Kirsten Mulan Myers Charles Po-Jen Ng Ng Robert Rob Steve Laura McWhorter Mc Vicar Meader Miller ? rm: y .fe ' K ' J Marissa Agostino Brett Tom Monroe Montalbano Moody Moore fi ni? i C i l M 5 Peggy Mike Beth Mike Nairn Naumann Nehring Nelson e r as H ' 'lug 1 -- ,.,. P .Lita A 1' 1 'f. h p f . 5 'Q 3'-9 ' 'W S t i ' fx fe m: vw P- A5 It uv A ' 5 '2 1 'X fy "Divx V, 'S r I 1 e A 5 f ' W 'V Judi Steve Jeff Mike Nicon Nightingale Nyland Obrastoff JUNIORS 71 is 5 Kath y .leroldine Kelly Kris Sheryl O'Conner Ohlsen O'Reilly Orias Om brek x N is ,sv W . N Jan Julie Da ve Shanon K 3 th y Palmer Pand Parker Parker Pgmoc t Q , rv Sue Ed Ken Jeff Carrie Pearson Perry Perry Peterson Peterson Tom Mike Tami Janet Caren Phipps Pietrzykowski Pizzuto Polasik Pollock Deborah Janenc Sid Kathleen Viki Pullman Quammen Quiray Randle Rantala 3 1 'A 1 r ' , 1 Y ' -fs. I -4 'fg , '- f ' J V ,f v . yy. 5, . ,l tr t - 4 'vm ff' ,.::.-+5 Q: , Q ' -, w 9 'S 6' 4'-'L -Q' Q C ha rles Ngaire Chris .lim Da ve Rincon Robbins Robertson Rogers Rookaird 72 .IUNIORS , nl fe Dane Chris Brenda Ostrand Pabalate Page 1 tt-X Da ve Gerald Mike Patten Pa ulik Paulsen Q12 mu Q, Q' ' Bi 40 3 'iv Craig Scott Vicky Peterson Peterson Peterson 1 E Q5 hp ,.t..fg, Q Q- ii-.. fi' f Alison Tanya .lulie Price Prince Pruss Eric Pam Tony Rauda Reese Richardson gl, .A t ,,,. . iv VN' :N I, ' . L ' tv ,L L Y ' X , , A , Paul Donimiek Rowan Ruscigno - 1 .--.4 :- ,:, Itziif-T . gf to ,Q i if 'ie-2. .1 to ' t ln 4 . , . v-L r li 'J .' Shelby Maria Michael Charles Colette Roger Fay Tim R ussell Sa bay Sakahara Salgot Sanders Sanger Sa to Sa uers Ron Gregg Diane Brian Michael John Diane Tom Schatz Shlossberg Schlossberg Schmetzer Schmidt SCOtt Shane Seto T +I it .til W ' 1 Mike Katie leana Joanne Rose Carol Ted Michael Shefts Shilly Shangle Shangle Sharpe Sidell Simmons Sion f it 'J if V-f" 55' J A Nt' 5 t , J. ' . aa , 'rid 5 - x t Jim Becky Terry Bryan Ron Da yna A nita Andy Skrinski Smith Smith Smolinsky Southern Spaccarotelli Stark Steele Brad Anderson and Chris Harshman congratulate each other alter game. .IUNIORS 73 f V P t 5... 1 .d f l 3 'iff Diane Ken Greg Melissa Steele Stevenson Stoll Stott Karen Sugar f, ,my-fm 471- .. ,,. 1 J:-af 'S ' : , .. A , . 1 -1 4 1 W Y -5 Mike Tracy Sandra Sullivan Swanberg Sykora Ji sf ie W' f 1 'Vx , E ' '57 Q Allison George Darrel Kathie Julie Jory Sabrina Kevin Ta pp Taree Tarrent Taylor Thomas Thompson Thompson 'Udwell if " ' M Z- ' 1 Karla Da vid George Cheryl Pat Gerald Vicki Shelly Tofte Tollefsen Tomas Townland Tracy Tyo Ultsch Van Dam at S 1 J 4 f Haj ae K K f if -- Z A A' X R uss April Dua ne Da vid Sue To bi Tom Brian Van Rooy Veer Von Allmen Wagner Wahlgren Wallice Walsh Wans if . ' if ' ' - 9 , x , f 4 r f f W V ag r 'A 5 ' " V , is 1 Q Carrol Cindy Wendy Rodger Webber Webber M ullene Wenner egg ' M f e ' Liz Anita Bryan Rick Westphal Whitfield Wiggin Wilkes 74 JUNIORS Brent West '- wi' lp? A Boyd Wilkins ,. I Kathy .lami Nancy West Wetherbee WCfZ6l I M A , Julie Jenifer R oxi Willa ms Willson Winkelma nn if fi- Ralph Ela ine Maria M yung Ju nice Wilson Wiviott Woerne Yim Young A happy cross country runner! hr Curtis Chew takes time out to smile. 1 vw .M ke- nw? ' A 1 Y 1 We I Pamela Young Q W we--553-wav '-Q' v 1' ag' Q , Q aufiger 1 . v- .5 'E Sue Younie Da ve Zimmerman JUNIORS 75 TAKE A CLO R LOOK AT SOPHO ORES . 551, A "There is more freedom at Hale, but you are cxpectcd to live up to you 're expectations. "- Troy Stark 76 UNDERCLASS "Sometimes Juniors and Seniors seem to be superior towards the Sophomores. "-comments .lcni Hodges -ak' QW if "I think Hale would be better ifthe lunches were food." -Sherri Van Horn IN SCHO0 if 'XS E V 3 Social gatherings after school. Terhcrnn Wheeler wonders whether or noi this is edible food. ml' 5:- Nancy Young gets hit wiih zz water balloon. UNDERCLASS 77 T OF SCHOO . Students get ready for lunch. X if VCI' .Y V. fy 1, 1 ' , "w 2'z".s: 1 V ff W 5 QW! Q ,fn W .Q V Af 9 Q , ' ' , L 'M.4i3"" ' 1 1' 1 1 - 5 l I :L A Q, rf A F ,,,..4v AK Ms. Kobe talks to Tom Arman. 78 UNDER CLASS yah V, ,Hi g f' u f w -. 65313 wi? ,YV AV , AROUND SCHO0 Ken Perry draws microscopic newts. , gg kt' 1 Da vc Guyer watches his step. UNDERCLASS 79 Underclzzss editor Cheryl Flaycr has fun inlcrvicwing. Sue Wzlhlgren hides from the smff cannsm. Ken Green takes zz bite out of life 80 UNDERCLASS . A D THE JUNIORS We surveyed many Juniors and Sophomores this year and we came to some surprising results. 492: said marUuana should be legalized. And 4995 said to the age of 17. 4023 said the drinking age should not be lowered because some people can 't control their drinking. They will go driving, cause many accidents, and insurance ra tes will increase. The majority of people 0012 said the teachers strike was justiHed. They had the right to strike, but they should have taken care of it in the summer. 305 of people said they did take part in the boycott. 75Z said they stayed home or went Christmas shopping, and 2521 said they went to the school board. 931 of the people said the students did have the right to boycott. After all, the teachers had the right and they went ahead with it. However, the boycott should have been more organized, so it could have come to a result. Wiki f ,E t . . - Underclass organizer Laurie Engle wonders whether or not to sack the Underclass staff jfwcg l, ' ' .,., .4 Pigskin.- "I feel more experienced and comfortable as a junior,"-Laurie McCoy N SCHOO H N. "I think thc .luniurs gf.-I mon: respect."-Alice Brown Q lf if?" C ,- f X I 3 I E , H I ia A 5 'fx . .-- 'Mg .X aim 3 'Z' Q. "I think Hale needs more social gZ1IhCl'iI7gS.u-Tfllllf Long Konnic Hotaling talks Io Z1 friend ut lunch, 82 UNDERCLASS X T OF SCHOO Sytzra-,, .. -M C. I J t V L , .H G C E -, -4? f 1 'Q . 14 f 'Nix 'Q of f Craig Fissc walks down the hall after school. Erin Conroy talks to a friend in the Activity Center. Y "When I was a Sophomore I thought Ihr: AC. was lor thc Seniors only because of the sign they had above thc door." says Bev Freeman 4-if UNDERCLASS X3 '1--4 T Vicki Miner gets surprised by staff camera. Phil Massey decides if he wants :1 class or not Cum Lundberg, Dziynu SPZICCZIFOICHIZ and Szzrzzh Lenoue learn how to register. 84 UNDERCLASS AROUND SCHOO - X ' 'f ' x Sliffi N Q ' 4 if , " of o. , 1 A fe ,o 1 r Quaku 462, Lisa Calvert and Carrie Peterson lake an afternoon run. Y Tw A 33,-...I Trina Collvcr has trouble staying awake. an J F Q wi all 105' Paul DeMz1ris spcnde lunch-time in thc Af, rw ffm Wife -we ff W. - 1'-1 am-,,. , , .1 .V f-finer, 7 ziggy . L fz4:,'+1 Q v , 1 T : . 5.5, ,A 5 ifmTg'fe1" E MW lfif'5fq"f"i?I, Q. 7 Y f iififfirfr 'Z ' 1 ff. W 1 .tv-ef,,' 4 . - , e 1 ,y fe-te-1w1F,' ..,efg 3 xy-,k,..+.,g. t , . va,1tt.,f.x--s--eE.fmsig.,t1,.,L.w P, QM 2-TM. - . sf'r'1-1-r . . .r .,, , V. A , .,,, 5, ,gg . . 1 The next four pages are dedicated to taking a closer look at those people who make our three years at Nathan Hale more liveable. These are people who, with their original ideas and subsequent supportive action have kept the old traditions at Hale alive, and at the same time instigated new traditions through creative and active thinking. These people, with their activities in and outside school, help us learn more about ourselves and about the people around us. We ha ve tried to touch everyone, but Nathan Hale is a big school, so surely we ha ve missed some who should and will be recognized more on a personal level by all who know them. I. John Mele: Actor, comedian, scholar. He has worked as a yell leader, and has had leading or semi-leading roles in every school production in the past three, years. 66 PHOTO ESSA Y l7P OPLE WHO 2 3 John has also been known to search for UFOs, make disgusting faces, and interview rabbits on KNCH-TV, antics which have, in a sense, taken over the program. Where does a senior who has played the lead in more productions both in and out of school than he can count on his fingers and toes, who thinks up all of his material in the shower, and who admittedly tries to steal the show each time he steps on stage-where does he go from here? 2. Sue Foster: The amount of activities that Sue Foster involves herself in far exceeds what a student would normally volunteer to do. Sue was very active as chairperson of the Senior Breakfast, Senior Cruise, ASNH Bulletin and the Christmas Family Committees. She was a host for a Japanese Exchange student and also found time to manage the cross country team and be captain of the swim team. Although Sue is constantly busy, she seems to keep up a positive attitude. 3. Eugene Onishi: Eugene is involved in activities both inside and outside of school. He has been involved with cross country, track, Asian Student Coalition, band, I VIGORA TE HALE M. -aS?7l'b J'. -:Q 'u Q. 'aiglw vie- ,. A kijf 3 ,, , , 'Q . wi Q 'ae fl 4 Jazz Ensemble, a recognized scholar, and has hosted a Japanese Exchange Student. Outside of school, Eugene is active in a drum and bugle corp and works part time. He feels Hale is a "pretty good" school and overall it has a good staff 4. Jackie Yellin: "I like working here, " exclaims Jackie Yellin, an instructional assistant in the library. Ms Yellin can be found helping students and teachers in the Social Studies and Language Arts sections, Her other duties include keeping an eye on the students, organizing the vertical .g...., 5 'H 6 Hle, and doing other "work in the library that needs to be done." 5. Rochelle Gayton: Emphasis on multi-cultural activities was Rochelle Ga yton is goal as a senior at Hale. Rochelle decided that an organization for the black students would be beneHcial for the students who are not usually involved in activities. "There are not enough activities concerning all the students" said Rochelle. For these reasons, Rochelle was the founder of the Black Awareness Council. Besides this accomplishment, Rochelle was the chairperson of the Election Committee and also had been a statistician for boys basketball 3 years. 6. The Exchange Students: Roderick Kurt Wiedmann from Germany, Marike Van Lier Lels from Holland, Laura Millan from Mexico, Viva Yela from Guatamala, and Marcel Schubert from Switzerland lnot picturedj, are here mainly to learn English, and get further knowledge of the American society. Their exposure to the school has been on a personal level, where they have touched people with their culture and their unique accents. PHOTO ESSA Y 87 , 31" c .gf ini -df' 8 7. .lohn Burke: Anyone who has had Mr. Burke for a social studies class would be intrigued by thc way he handles the students in his classes. His sense of humor, enthusiasm and knowledge in his Held rellects on the students and seems to make them more enthusiastic about his class. Mr. Burke has also been very involved as the coach for the girls softball team, 8. Dennielle Dent: Bubbling with energy, anyone can almost read the enthusiasm as she greets you in the hall. From the start, she decided to get involved in various activities: 88 PHOTO ESSA Y 10 I she likes the chance to meet people and it adds a bit of spice to life. She has been working hard as the Vice President of ASNH for 79, but this doesn't complete her activities. She has also been on Raider Rousers for three years as well as the soccer and swim teams. She is also co-chairperson of YDD, and the Senior Reunion Committees. So next time you see her in the halls, flook lowj ask her how she does it. 9. Tina Simmons: As a transfer student from Garheld, Tina knew only l other person at Hale, but this did not stop her from getting 1, tt 31. 1:3 . ,A 1 A V Vw' Aff E 'Z I 3 'L ah, iff" lm f involved '11 school. Tina started the c "Raiderettes,', a group that performs dance routines at basketball halftime. She hopes she started a new tradition at Hale. Tina is a very outgoing person who loves to be involved. 10. Mary Baltzell: She is most often found helping somebody, by pushing a wheelchair or just being friendly. Throughout her 3 years at Hale, Mary has participated in almost everything, from the tennis team, Young Life, 62 Raider Rousers, as well as being a chairperson for several different committees including Sr. Prom, PINK? .aww 601240-'want-ma 11 12 YDD, and Christmas Dance. Outside of school, Mary is found helping out others by assisting as a Blue Bird Leader, being a camp counselor, or supporting sporting events. Il. Lois Frank: "I sing to my class to keep them awake." Although she never thought seriously about becoming a singer, Ms Frank has been reported as singing Steinbeck and Hemingway, making them a little more enjoyable, as well as singing popular songs to her classes. ln her spare time, Ms Frank dreams of becoming independently wealthy At happy, which proves how crazy she really is!! 12. Michelle Williams: Michelle Williams' activities at Hale are centered around radio and athletics. She is the station manager of KNHC FM, Nathan Hale's radio station, and is active in softball and basketball. Michelle is also a National Merit recognized scholar. Michelle says she likes Hale as a school, but adds with a smile that "the bus service is rotten and there are no side wa lks."' 13. Suzy Saderstrom: Suzy has 13 practically overcome her handicap in the way she handles herself at school. She was actively involved as a member of the Student Union. "I like being involved in the Student Union. You feel like an important part of the school," PHOTO 1:5511 Y 89 SPOR TS E A BALAN CED SEASO . ettt Pat Phares moves in to block the kick. . Qmjiwtfvx to f , 4 ' . :,.- . fg 5 fix .t"jl-1. 4 .Log 1 W' lf tw 152 t ff ru: gf gif' . f . K- 1 1 it Y ff ,A K 'WF , ' .J it 1.4 A ini X f- 'f'Kx's..?' his Q .ft ffl ' R 1 -f O U fx . .. ,fat 5 2 is . Qs 191-1. tw 11, ' N. M its ft had Mimi t . 5 , ir Stung? Q V, 7 .la-. Ria afiigzigia X K A e , -sw! 1 ' ' K' , Qxifkj I sf if Ti X : , 'f 9 ' - K - K V K . Back Roux' 13, Kerns, R. Williams, M. Hall. M. Ybarra, .l. Peterson. R. Bae, S. Ciabatloni, C. llarsllmnn. C1 Blair, D. Sehullz, G. Carlin. Mr, Allen. 3rd Row: D. Zimlnerman, .l. Kramer, T. Delloll. .l. Brooks, S. Peterson. M. Harriman. M. Brandt, S. Fields, D. Carlin. D. Ward. K. Munroe, Mr. Tarbox, Ind Ron: .l. lNj'lund. B. Wren, R. llouse, B. Myers, IJ. Leach, B. Anderson S. DcVigl1t, C1 Kulinliausen, M. Ward. E. Hudson, J. Mary. .l. Skalka. Front Row: P. Plizircs. B Winskowski, Ii, Blanks, P. Conroy. D. Estep. B. Winskowski, N. Sweeney, R. Ostrom, .l. Polaxik, C. Peterson. '92 l-'OO TBA L l. With a pre-season injury to Senior quarterback Mike Cameron, Junior Mike Harriman took over and led the Raiders to a 5-4 season. Opening the season against Ingraham and Garheld, the Raiders suffered their Hrst of four loses on the season. After these defeats, the Raiders bounced back to win their next four straight. Splitting their next two games with a loss to Chief Sealth and a win over Blanchet, the Raiders ended the season with a tough loss to Franklin 20-I 7. ,ir Simeon Fields puts his head into it. Flo .. get 185 if Aw ff-f--'eel .... fe Mike Harriman leads the Raider A 1. -LX' fw 1 ,Q 4 in Brad and Scott meet 111 midHcld. Brad Anderson brczzkrfor thc sideline. 06 Thr: dclbnsive lim: wfzizs to zllluck. wx s ,-NMMA ., 4 K W, ,.,c. i 5 offense to victory The Raiders gc! "llyppcd" bcllnrc lllc gnmc. FOOTBALL 93 W" 1' 'Yjd' ,X 5 94 I-'OOTBA I. 1. Nick Swccncy lczzds Bobby Blanks on the return. Thu tcnm shows togcthcrncss. 2 , -- . K 1 D , H The defense waits for their opposition. 4 if Brian Wren gets 017' nnulhcr punl. Dcnnis Leach lends ihc second l1lIlf'W1II'l77 up 5,5 if V. f I ', ' 3 H' A ' -A ' ,gy ,l 3,4 5 2 My f E575 R Uiff, , .1 1 , ki .. ,f ,K rj. ,,. ' Q:1,?RgjVjl:iV A 2: f ' K ' mf- ,S Qgeiwiiwm. K . 'fw. ?' - hi fi in: ' f':i'?2?fii-FX" e w, " if I -m,ve5fsf's-xw '-My-12 waifwlf , A - f W3 , 'mga '55 nf.f5uv::w::5s'!ffb 'Km ' ' A f-l35Qfl'3,f,,f i, 1, - ' -1 , 5 A ,il -f A gf, - .1 "sim-2 , H -4Qf+Ew5,w,, , - - -7:4 'Y' 1 -- Q,-11 - ' wait' ' ' 'V Y ff 'Siwf .w sf . 1 'mf' 1 - W 'bi737gf'igQ Q 3 ,I '1' 4 ,V ,mx , .T Q 7 U gf . '2?hwg4pwsywwf-ygfe,-1 - f 5 ,gi fy ri- Aff' -H JuMfi?i4?'5 -'Y . Y. ., W qw, vi, - uf ' . .,: , A, . , K . ,, , . ,, L A A2 f f '1"J"" 31,45 T323 A ,. Mvs,..,A,, f, . .. AN :-',, , , Nw- ' Q 5621 ,,, Vx 32 ' ,Q zzllcr halftime. W ' Sl H 0, A-A - 33" 4 4 ,. w , ,, M :- ,f " 1, . 1 i ,- ?!.5,g.g,i4gg ,, ga , Pall Conroy puts ll nmru on 11 dulbndcr. The kfCk0fTICLIII7 sllouh ll lu! 0f.HII'L'IlgIl7, 1978 Cb-cz1p1z11'ns.' Dennis Lczzch. Mike fiZIl7lL.'l'UII. Sao!! DL-Vlglll. limd ,-mdvr'.m11. I-'OOTBA I. I. U5 Bottom row: L. Davis, L. Dennie, S. Rosenbloom. l.. Calvert, Ind: P. Dowd, E. Sanger, N. Young, N. Newbould, K. Lindgren. S. Lindgren, .l, Dillard, C, Blair. .lrdf S. Dolling, P. Young, G. Schaffer, A. Misikin, V. Rantala. -ith: R. Mortimer. .l. lorbes, K. Snowden, L. Gunby. S. Van Gelder. 5th.' E. Onishi. J. Wade, K. Geiger, M. Dalton, B. Ruger. 6tl1: C. Chew. B. Davis, S. Dunphy. G. Flack. G, Chen. 7th: B. Mclssae. S. Miller. M. Obrastolf K. Green, IJ. Waddingham. Sth: P. Keene. W. Pennington. IF. Wolak, P. DeMaris, 9th: S. Pearson, C. Anderson, P. Harshman, F Sharpe. l Oth: Coach Hogle, P. Newbould, R. Foster, C. Crolton. Top row: J. Shewmaker. J. Hamill. Q S., 2 ...M D -' '- ff '1.. . ,.., Enthusiastic lans. Kim and Heidi root for Sarah and .lenny running through 11 1110 Rffldcfff practice course. 96 CROSS COUNTR Y , . ' W- - - -.,. . .A Q ' fg -.f V.. Y., ' V 2- CR OSS HOLDS RECORD LARGEST TEAM A successful year ended with the Raiders cross country team placing 2nd in Metro and qualifying for the State Meet. Leading Female Runners in Metro were Robin Mortimer placing 13th, Sarah Lindgrin coming in 14th and Jenny Dillard 15th. Top male runners were Chris Anderson, John Wade, and Steve Miller placing 10th, 12th, and l3th respectively. Under the guidance of coach Brock Hogle this year's team was one of the largest ever, with freshman on the team for the first time. ,.w.af-1' Paul Harshman relaxing after a workout. COUNTR Y Returning runners as well as those running for the Hrst time were placed into the Hall of Fame, with the girls making a stronger showing this year than in previous years. The contribution of all helped to make this year's cross country team the success that it was. s y if f' W, fu l 1 .r .V Q ff,"'?? Tljfufflff - . - WWIGWFW f .ag M5 Kelly Geiger goes the dist znce Rob Foster leads the pack at the start of Metro. Chris Anderson at Lower Woodland Linda Davis warms up before the State Meet. Nancy and Katie discuss the upcoming meet Coach Hogle -rf-WF get ' Q.. A, ., 1 C 'fi - V W wx, 5 if VW' ' 'Qs A qv. S21-eV,. A ,Xu ' 1 r 4 'q 4-M ' X EJ Rob Foster mcdilzlling, bu! iv his mind rczzllyx' on running? .136 1. f .K 1? Bill, Brian. Ken, Larry. Curtis. and Bob relaxing. Who says cross counzqv is hard work? Robin Morzimcr shows hcr strcnglh by 98 C ROSS COL! N TR Y oulrunning har opponent. UNI OR VARSITY METRO CHAMPS This year's Junior Varsity ended their season with a big win in the Metro Championships. Nancy Newbould, a sophomore, placed Hrst, leading the girls to a lirst place victory. Other top Junior Varsity runners in Metro were Kenlynn Snowden 2nd, Pam Young 4th, Nancy Young Sth, and Patty Dowd 6th, Leading the boys to their second straight Metro Title was Phil Keene with an impressive Hrst place Hnish. Following were Ward Pennington in 7th place, Fred Sharpe I1 th, Mike Dalton 17th, and Paul DeMaris taking 18th. It was a good year for the 1978 Junior Varsity runners. ,an K , - 'Q - ,xv . .ji I ,K . .k"ke. .H N Fred Sharpe's determination helps him through Metro. .4,'..- Q lglivzi-v I 5 -. 3 . ,M-.sg :. 'A -we I v ' iii - .. K. .ge - 5 ..c '.. yy Manager JelT Shewmaker John and Chris give it their best. Front row: G. Butchart, R. Sanger. L. Dunphy, D. Lamp.-son. P. Onishi. Second: S. Mcader. S. Brockman, R. Foster, G, Weller, K. .AlCXill1dC'l'. Third: J. Niclmls. B. Smolinsky. L. Mclssac. B. Pennington, CR OSS CO UN TR Y 99 SOFT- BALL: The Softball team gave two awards: "Inspirational" and "Most Improved." Inspirational went to Debbie Davis for the third year in a rowg most improved went to Angie Snowden, the only Freshman on the team. The Softball Team consists of' I top leftj D. Peterson, J. Portteus, J. Waddingham, A, Fairbanks, D. Davis, S. McGough, A. Dillion, P. Oakes, M. Williams, A. Johnson, L. McCarthy, G. Gillis, A. Snowden, K. Shilley, K. Hughes, N. Erickson, Coach Burke, C, Sanders l00 .SOFTBALL Jaws and Lefty go for the ball. D. fv -'aw' - - .. , , 'z What effort by Red! Tex after Hick Day. " iv 5 L s. F W-ad' -hm 2173127325 V Laurie Connelly executes correct serving Rosie Sharpe stretches sending the ball sailing ever the nel. leghniqug, 1 Qu Y Q . X . K K X al ,N If -. . .E ,,, up 1 I X- ,lunior Varsity learn members. Some friendly advice lrom the referee. VOLLE YBALL "IT WAS A BUILDING YEAR" l02 VOL LEYBA I. l. L U in u 5 6 Nu Q , , L5 G Vg l xx.,- gf' 'x w-1. S WIMMERS DIVE I TO METRO The team rests before a meet. Annie Anderson comes in Hrst. W n 'iff 2 : Eff E ' K I .f A a. 2 J X Brian Lzzgcrbcrg adjusts his goggles. . . .and thf:y'rc off7! I 04 SWIMMING Top: H. Greider, D. Rookaird, C. Blair, S. Jacobson, T Swanberg, B. Kerns, J. Duftf A. Anderson, C. Chew, M. Haistings, E. Backus, C. Blair, P. DeMaris, G. Unruh, K. Rybock, 2nd.' E. Olson, L. Misencr, K. Lindgren, R. Sharpe, K. Myers, L. Little, L. Holland, J. Loh, D. Guycr, T. Wheeler, J. Felt, K. Morton, J. Dillard, K, Glaze, T Landis, Mr. Evans, 3rd.' D. Peterson, C. Pattison, A. Day, P. Kilborn, K. Foster, D. Dent, C. Peterson, G. Chew, J. Quammen, G. Goble, K. Cole, Kneeling: K. Davis E 3 an Mfg. Colleen Pattison relaxes before swimming. Larry Little stops to look at the camera. Nathan Hale swimmers began their season on a very encouraging note. In the first two meets they beat Ballard and Shorecrest by wide margins. Team captain Larry Little broke the school record in the 500 yd. freestyle with a time of 5:25. He broke that record again in the next meet. In the remaining four meets, they beat lngraham and lost to Gartield, Shorewood and the Roosevelt Roughriders. Hale had the most participants entered in the six school All Comers Meet. They won with a whopping score of 186 pts. nearly 100 pts. above the second place winner. The biggest success of the season has been the boy's 400 yd. free style relay. The team is made up of Larry Little, Bob Kerns, J.B. Duff and Brian Lagerberg. They placed lst in Metro and went to State. QQ QGUAW fb OU ml tow new M4000 5291 Wcwwy LADJO' CWC C. sit tw MUN xOsMW at vowel ww Um Nwxjtn. 35 K Qom bmw patogotwetts Ou Qjugd 5ttwvWUYwkLf QCMSM Qxmok MQ do QUMLUHOC G 7 0 Uiwlilflbb 00016 MLM CWD- tlldilt hoo! Wbgot' SWIMMING l05 , ,J -. , f , M - . A - N'-.. 3t1,W f ' , f hwi a A is ,. , . "1 , X - Q1 -.f:,, , ' ' - Q , may 1 v ' :M 1 in 1, ,mf M lk . " W x L., in M: '- in ha + b 'V K " A 'J 1 in in -' R. 571 A aw' he t t a wlwagt QL, W ' afar S", 4-fy a Qi? 931 , t . P . 1, Q. 24 , R A E.. R 5 S .XX ff Larry Little talks with team members. Andrea Day strokes to another victory. Q. Q -lg "" 6 M Kcn Rybock and .l.B. Duff take a breather after a orkout. A Hale awim team ember wait in line for their, turn in ' . a vie-of.. -g,k.5z:fmJ1,ffgLCfii2W5 'MK-foo . fx, . ,QL , W Val! Wjqcf wwf, Wgif -mice, Q!-f vinyl mmf J,-75 Yay evfr -fi-Cf fffaoufk 0 V Knees 577 W' 1 f ' . ' . lx 4 1 3 - if - OSH at ,N MM, Lcwl Mft ffm- WWW M 1' ' 106 SWIMMIN A K? S Nathan Hale swimmers are a "splashing" success! Jjp ,A,, Q Arg, xcalh' XLQ Zfq ' ' Lu. nl if fbfvyf Mffwvtf' iffy 1, :ff nnjprfaf me., cf '64dl,7,,b,t AJC, XMFA WW ,L , JLJVJN vc ,wawjflljifw I q W 0 xc Mbna!-cL'fC5y5,LL6 ,jim VL wiki MAL' X602 WLJLQ fl. ' X da' , 1' if Uwlii Clic, was ML VL wQMfJ2jl W f 1 f , P V WMM A avlfvfp-f mwazL Wiki '7f Q Q ,gswssm Afuwfph Wy 'WM' A 77' ' I 72, M5 Qx'i'5,?ylL,, Mk, ygfrffzf M ff, J asf I. xl! ,L "- J 1 ' . I -, V , Q as ma s if J IM Q . , I f - s Y sf f' 4 fe 11?- ' DQ!f,,,,4,,.g-1-...f If 4,L-Udo--'Z QW '44 .DA-E, 'fcanvt 7 iw Lyfkiwj jU5'fx75"'e Qu!! SMQL IV! ww fc- hclk, 62-f?ff all Wlnmf- AVC' 40" U BV16fTLL4"' ffffif -fltaff Wlcffflwjf .9-EE..c?f7l7j fuai q'fLQLllf!l fir 15191565 1- Aww 5 ---4--ig-ff-A , , SWIMMING 107 mmffa 77zJa fcQL6,,,,,Lft-a G YMNAS TS SHOW SUCCESS ' .loanne Rogers shows. , . perfect form. . . Susie Conroy keeps her balance. 108 GYMNASTICS in her routine. With the team made up of mainly sophomores and freshmen, the Raiders gymnastics team did an excellent job this season. Team spirit and togetherness were important reasons for the success of the team. Contributing to the success was sophomore Susie Conroy, who placed 5th all around in Metro and competed in regionals. Cindy Harris, senior, put in a great year as captain. The experience gained this season will make them tough to beat next year! X B.. . Top Row: C. Davis. K. Hughes, E. Wiviott, J. Wade, L. Geis, K. Karlsen, 2nd Row: M. Tyo, D. Takahashi, J. Rogers, S. Conroy, K. Burrill, M, McMahan, C. Beymcr, Jrd Row: P. Waring, G, Moe, E. Sanger, T. DcJ0hnette, J. Petersen, L. Milwick. Front Raw: Y Recd, C. Harris, D. Mackenstadt. J. Arnesen Cindy Harris demonstrates form on the beam. Dalenc Mackenstadt flies over the vault. G YMNASTICS 109 INJURIES PLAG E HOO STERS Back: Coach Lindsay, K.O'Connor, L. Domoto. S, Lindgren. T. Gill, A. Johnson M. Williams, L. McCarthy Front: J. Shelton, G. Carlson, L. Anderson, H. Grcidcr, D, Da vis. .l. Porteus The Hnal record of our female hoopsters isn't a true measure of the talent of the players, Injuries made a big difference in what otherwise might have been a successful season. The Hnal record was 4-12. Seniors Laurie McCarthy and Michele Williams led in scoring and rebounding respectively. Heidi Greider and Debbie Da vis, also seniors, will be remembered for their effort and performance. This year's juniors, sophomores and freshmen players are looking for a better year next year! .lunlpl Jump! Way up! Stretch for it Ann.' Il0 GIRLS BASKETBALL 'Ka Laurie shows true Raider power. Michelle shows her opponent wholv boss! -V Y ,L a Lclk not go for it all zzz once! The team gets some pointers from Couch. l GIRLS BASKETBALL III Mike McGuire in full control. B-BALL FI GH TS H RD Team work, dedication to the sport, getting along with others, and height are some important factors which make a successful basketball team. The 78-79 basketball team had many of these factors. Even with a number of players out with injuries and sickness, our team fought their hardest to win. One of the high points of the season was beating Franklin twice when they were tied for lst. Next season looks to be a promising one with returning juniors and sophomores. ll2 BOYS BASKETBALL Tom Murray out jumps his opponent Robert Grinds shoots for 2. XJ 3 3 i' Top Row: R. Clayton, M. Brandt, P. Conroy. A. Dalgrc. T, Murray, W. Lund, R. Grinds, .l. Blz1nks,J. Shewmzzkcr. Front Row: E. Hudson. M. McGuire, D. Leach, M. Bullard, Mr. Case Mr. Fzylor. 4- 1 Team members lend A helping hand. Tom Murray Hghls lbr possession Olullltf bull. BASKETBALL II3 P A 4 mx'4Q"'!1 A A M "rg V ., , J V, .Mm , , A, A I r . I Q , tw W A In J ,Q N MQW 2 BOYS NUMBER 1 The boys Junior Varsity team utilized a variety of defences to set the tempo of their games. This squad was the best J. v. team Nathen Hale has had in the last live years, and one of the best in the city this year, as they Hnished in a Hrs! place tie in their division- Coach LaFond Top row: Couch l.z1Fond5 K. McDonell: B. Harber A. Arnold: Mr. Oretir: Second row: J. Brandi D. l.. Gertq C. Moe: Third row: C. C olgnmn: B: Blanks: li. .lohnsonq G. Willzunsq Front: R, Wzzssier Bobby Blanks lays it in. .l. v. players get in to the game, -7. Q 9' Bobby Blanks passes it in X f'.A VVRFSTLFRS 1,00 TO NEXT YEAR A ., A Nl! A Joc Bzzillargcon wrcsllcs to victory in rcgionals. Mike Lcc cncourzzgcs Z1 teammate to victory. . yo I II6 WRESTLING Mike Mullan and Jim Carroll discuss thc match. Mike Lcc Hxcs :1 bloody nose. 'K F' 5' f .lim Carroll gets a reversal on his opponent. ll-i X X Back Row: Y. Hamlin, M. Lee, D. VonAllmen, S. Peterson, T. Harvey, T Martin, B. Davis, C. Shartner, C, Crofton, S. Sandwith, S. Fields, D. Carlin, Mr. Knott. Front Row: S. Strash C. Shearer, R. Richards, .l. Baillargeon, M. Lee R. Lozott, M. Mullan, J. Carroll, T. Swartz, L. McCoy, L, Anderson - -4-n-gl., 1 ..-- It W-Nm W lpnhvv I , i -s.l-nv' ' ,D Mike Lee takes down an opponent. The 1979 wrestlers, coached by Berry Knott, Hnished the season ,with a 2-5-1 season. The team had minor injuries throughout the year but did well to overcome them. The Raiders qualified four wrestlers for regionals. Joe Baillargeon, Hnishing 4th in his weight class, was the only Raider to qualify for state. State hopeful Jim Carroll unfortunately did not qualify. With many of this years wrestlers returning, the Raiders look forward to next year. WRESTLING ll7 M GOLF S WI GS GOOD SEASO I Rick Fehr eyes his shot. " - ., 1. -l -h Q .A-1 4' .Sl .QL L N Lv A 59. - if-. M. ' wifi ' if . 'i we g, J b fl A' hs -X' x .n ' ik- :Lg Q AV ' l-?,,v- Q i f '55 e J' A ' A' , 1 " ,ir , -H' -'T 3 .'f:W i'i 'gg A wi rf ' ffi fiu , K ,- '. -' - ' . ,,g G- ,ff xggAf,?r ? Q B. Mg, J Q W ,V , : K , x , 1 7, " 5 ' T' 'Q ' Qx 5 9 .5 1 r 2 ji 1 6 T ,U i 43 Q Q L .. 4 'Q r ' .gr A. I '- 1 -' ', i. 'A , w' ,. YY., -W, 1 'rf-lg' Xl' , . ""x- Hfnif, ni, ' , . ni: ld... .i ,.',: vw f-ff 75 We "4""'5Wi1W,s e 55 e?esx2v.mQe?T?-41".i.ig,'F1-4 '- II8 GOLF Warren Johnson gets ready to lee off Sophomore Craig Moe carries Ihe gear. . .. , ,. A: 3 . ' f AH. " A. 'w V i 1 , r ...,, it , M -:i I.,-...kfitl iw h 1 f ha' . , T, aa. ve 531 s " ' ' Dj 'Q x- -' i n f 1 .. X , ' r n i.,M -, 'FN Q ' Af. ' . P, , ws, u 5.1 .. , . W e W, if Q ' Q 3 gif pw G I e , W K 5, 5 35 ' ?w..vi,,.5- , - ID ig wing N 1 :ggi W E n K K p., 'A ,I ff V ,AAN .,T"w -, ,V , , .. V 4 wzeff-,r ftv A-A 'Q 1 1 . " -. 'Q ' J' Q, wg Q' ,rf 11' 2 ,..- 1 . -.- ' ,, , J . v, H 1 -we--'Tw'-7' f' 4 f ff '-. -' if A T1 we 'L 1 7' gm hw:-r fo ' .' .. fr, 1- A y if -. O A .-xfvw . -,rf ' , -, 3' A Y .. 4 ' , 5 L" .- f :fQ x.sw:gv"'. QF? '1.1'K',- .FJ "-. . Q -.2 ,1 - x J. -L '.-' 5' 1 lug . 1 'i M' v ,. Q li - , '- se.: 1--sf -'+ V' qw Ms-,,,w,n' :saws v' Huw .fi .. - Fri. ' A ' M , iw!-.-if 'r ,. ,. 1 , V w. . - . . . f -ws x Wwe , ,eww 3-,P 1 G ff Hfwkf-ff:9,"w vi- ,- - vu -2- - 4 'L T-" v -9- 1" , - V if 5 1 Q fe -rw w, Vw Q9 RQ? xfffii. n . A' .-eg .,-, . it--.'.' ' Q: .k-k H WJ.-14 G 'G .I 1-f ,v A f-.-4.- x ,., -Jr ..y f.- 1- . - ' .A ip - K. -game Jugs, 5,5 Jim Roe shows his form. Kazu Yamada concentrates on his shot Nj .,,.,,,,,,,.W.,,, ,A1 - mi-,QM , L,5N'.,. K .gf .,..,.n.-.M .V . Gary Moe sinks another putt. fiifwsw ge . .1 at , 4 . I 8 t ' gri n - ... I J R Q-.gijgiv VJ l f- -- ' , I I I AQ. IAQ 1 '4 , if Y, t. M f Back Row: Mr. Ringen, Rick Fehr, Craig Moc, Gary Moe, Warren Johnson, Jim Roe, Kazu Yamada. Front Row: Mark Granberg, Erin Conroy, Tracy Swanberg, Gwen Carlson, Deanna Lee. This year's golf team opened up their season with their only loss of the year, losing to the Blanchet Braves. Going on to win their next 10 matches, the Raiders golf team ended the season with a 10-I season giving them a second place in Metro. The girls team ended the season with an 8-3 record and Hnishing third in Metro. In individual competition, the Raiders top golfer, Rick Fehr, took Hrst place. For the girls, Erin Conroy and Tracy Swanberg tied for 9th, Deanna Lee Hnished I I th, and Gwen Carlson Hnished 13th. GOLF 119 Hale Hale Hale Hale Hale Q A Hale Hale Hale Hale 578- 979 SCUREBU RD FOOTBALL GULF CROSS- COUNTRY lngraham GarHeld West Seattle Queen Anne Ballard Shorecrest Chief Sealth Blanchet Franklin VOLLE YBA LL Hale Hale at Hale Hale B3 Hale B Hale 7 Hale Hale Hale Hale Hale Hale Hale Hale 120 SCORES Queen Anne Shorecrest Blanchet Shorecrest Blanchet Rainier Beach Franklin Chief Sealth Chief Sealth Ballard Franklin Queen Anne Lincoln Lincoln Hale Hale Hale Hale Hale Hale Hale Hale Hale Hale Hale Hale Hale Hale Hale Hale Hale Hale Hale Hale Hale Hale Hale Hale Hale Hale 8 7 Blanchet 101 99 Queen Anne 77 1 01 Shoreline 79 97 Franklin 50 99 Shorecrest 83 95 Ballard 52 93 Roosevelt 92 92 Garfield 57 91 lngraham 89 98 Chief Sealth 72 96 West Seattle 90 SOFT BALL A 5 Franklin 4 1 Shorecrest 23 A .4 Blanchet 13 A 0 Chief Sealth 5 Z 8 0 West Seattle 8 . 10 Lakeside 4 4 Shorecrest 13 1 Blanchet 5 - 12 Chief Sealth 7 16 West Seattle 7 8 Franklin 9 1 Franklin 8 4 Shorecrest 5 2 Blanchet 18 13 Chief Sealth 5 Girls Boys Girls 2nd team Boys 2nd team Dual Meets Girls ' Boys Varsity FFL, Boys JV A 1 - 2nd Metro 2nd Metro lst Metro lst Metro 5-2 7-0 7-0 VARSITY BOYS BASKETBALL Hale 43 F Shorewood Hale 585 A Lakeside Hale 48 T Roosevelt A Hale 43 '8,r T Shtorefiest Hale 46 ' J tlngraham A Ha le 53 1 Chief Sealth Hale 42 is West Seattle Hale 44 .Franklin Hale 51 A Queen Anne Hale 77 Blanchet Hale 43 Ballard Hale 45 Shorecrest Hale 44 Chief Sealth Hale 56 Franklin Hale 39 Queen Anne Hale 52 Blanchet Hale 45 Seattle Prep 33 Hale 24 West Seattle 62 Hale 30 Shorecrest 63 Hale 29 Franklin 62 Hale 41 Holy Names 39 Hale 35 Ballard 41 Hale 43 Blanchet 47 Hale 40 Chief Sealth 43 Hale 36 lngraham 45 Hale 44 Queen Anne 57 Hale 39 Shorecrest 64 ljlalel 'eeee , 39 Cleveland 61 Hale Q' 52 Franklin 72 Hale 51 Blanchet 34 Hale 54 Chief Sealth 35 Hale 26 Queen Anne 65 Hale 97. 6 Lincoln 100.9 Hale 109.6 lngraham 103.2 Hale 126.8 Roosevelt 117.1 Hale 103.4 Shorewood 136. 5 Hale 122.9 West Seattle 124.9 Hale 109.6 West Seattle 112.5 Hale 126.8 Shorecrest 123.1 Hale 103.4 Shoreline Q 97.8 Hale 122.9 Lincoln 108.5 Jv Boys JVGIRLS Hale 57 Mariner 38 A 31 'Rainier Beach 22 Hale Shorewood Hale Holy Names 28 Hale Lakeside Hale Seattle Prep 23 Hale Roosevelt Hale West Seattle 33 Hale Shorecrest Hale Shorecrest 64 Hale lngraham Hale Franklin 62 Hale Chief Sealth Hale Blanchet 42 Hale West Seattle Hale Chief Sealth 30 Hale Franklin Hale lngraham 28 Hale Queen Anne Hale Queen Anne 23 Hale Blanchet Hale Shorecrest 76 Hale Ballard Hale Cleveland 32 Hale Shorecrest Hale Franklin 49 Hale Chief Sealth Hale: Blanchet A 37 Hale Franklin Hale Chief Sealth 32 Hale Queen Anne Hale Queen Anne 31 Hale Blanchet Q Hale Ballard Hale flffvvkitfseaffie 50 11316 Slzotccrest. Hale Franklin 35 Hale A Shoreline Hale lngraharn 35 Hale Garheld Hale Shoreline . 24 Hale lngraham Hale Chief Sealth 37 Hale Shorewood Hale Queen Anne 21 Hale Roosevelt Hale Blanchet 39 Hale Shorecrest 35 SCORES 121 Sf am I ,g,,pv,..q-W . ., . .. TAHUOX 3VRJALl M W L I"?3"f'rT'ru M' - fl sew? '- W fl x Wa ,al 124 PHOTO ESSA Y l L, 4' Q 1111..- r "There would be no faculty WjfhOl1fSfUd6I1fS . . . v oemig Phillips Mike Ballard: "When you take math and chemistry . . . maybe you 're not going to have to know how to solve quadratics out in the real world, but it kind of teaches you to think . . . " Kelly Thompson: "Its important to pass all our knowledge onto our children . . . The faculty oh, they're wonderfull" Yolanda Reed: "Teachers are important because they make subjects more interesting to students . . . H Ya Pei Chang: "A teacher can change students' attitudes and help them get into society later on . . . The teacher,s job is to lead a student in the right direction, and to have the right attitudes towards life . . . " PHOTO ESSA Y I25 "Any student who is Willing to try, will End a measure of success in Business Education" "Gaining a positive attitude towards themselves, others, and the world of work is more important than the actual skills they gain . . . 'l -Lee Reiswig X4.. 1 The Business Education Department: on the left, Lindn Thompson, Betty Gray, Don Smith, Arthur Rciswig, Doug Houk, Donald Hanika, Bruce Bnrger. 126 BUSINESS EDUCATION Hrsnomx-Wvtu 36000 of ofa QOOQC-fsfttbibm 'AJGGO ,I 2 ovu- 4,3 ,-ff' -ff' .ls A A typing drill in Mr. Smith's class lu ,O f' tg M 'N 54' f R' h d H Arthur Reiswi Bruce Burger Judy Bomcngen Doug Houk, William Moore Bottom row: Mass Communications Instructors: top row, ic ar oy. ' g. ' . , James Johansen, Gregg Neilson, Miguel Scherer, Linda Thompson, Gcnelle Phillips, Marvin Arnold, Larry Adams J tl ' 4 W1th the magnet program, 'J ar1se new rnstructors Genelle Phillips: Mass Communicatons career education assistant. "To explore with students and teachers, the variety of interests and choices that are available in the Mass Communications Program . . . A major emphasis is the career education component . . . Students will learn in a practical way, skills in Mass Communications that may help them in career planning . . . " James Johansen: Instructor for KNHC-TV2 "My objective for teaching is to show students the way it really is . . . a learning environment is a Working environment Gregg Neilson: Instructor for K NHC-TV2 and also helps instruct KNHC-FM Radio. "My objective for KNHC-TV is to come up with a professional quality product, and at the same time teach the process of making a professional product . . . " MASS COMMUNICATIONS IZ7 "EVerybodyis a homemaker. . , 5' "lt's one ofthe areas that the skills learned will be used the entire lifetime . . . a home-makers anybody whos responsible for himself or others . . . tmy goals arej to give kids the ability to cope. " -Joan Northheld 'I 5252? , J. 'ui aL ,, fs ,. ,X-:W Q- iliwfsfi: 'S ,fs , is-sr A wmsi 4' 'Si-M t 3, ,z Q. W-?.sw.yaX-ff wg wag- ,V W, Wy, -r,, , U my .fa ,fx..a,. k- sw. il- ai ,--. .L 'wi -1.55 :WP af ,ya . Wg 5 5 MA Industrial Arts: top row, Joseph Sexton Arnold, Charles Stenberg TD I a- , LY' ' H 1, X Y R, 1, x' Q 1' 4 x A W i 'IZA 2,1 :. v 1 'f 'Q Q 1 'S r - -Q v N l ,V fig F fqf' , O Y, 4- t Y af ' lf 2, L A .M 4 - .f "X ' Q . I A Home Economics Department: Joan Northfield, Dorothea Nelsson, Mary Yanagimachi "I Child developmentj teaches students to be able to stimulate learning and work with a variety of personalities 128 MATHfHOME ECXINDUSTRIAL ARTS -Mary Yanagimachi Math Department: Charles Vollbrccht, Harold 'clndustrial Arts, an exploratory course . . , " "lt's important for any student to take an industrial arts course to gain knowledge of what vocations are available . . . our objective as a department is to expose students to the many areas in the industrial arts Held . . . " -Francis Heath Harry Slosson-Ma th Department "We have tried to get every student inter- ested in math. . . l' "Just about everything that anyone does requires some math concepts .. . lt wonlt be long until students who don 't pass basic math won't graduate ... " t , s ,A -Harold Schold x, ff' MA THXINDUSTRIAL ARTS 129 null 3 CT NW Barbara Arnold, Vice Principal Carlene Bieber, Attendance Secretary ,, Z, i A , , W ly W W r ,T W I -k., T X :M ' ' ff 3 3 , ,. Xl be at X' , ,pr Y f Bette Phillips, Jeanne Anderson-Secretaries '6Maintain peaks c of pride. " , ani, s 'f' Q4 "Nathan Hale pride has j its peaks depending on the it time of the school year . . . I would like to see more students taking an active role at school and increased consideration for the Nathan Hale building . . . " -Robert Bell Robert Bell, Principal 130 OFFICE ,.,,..t, Walt Bone, Doris Kyle, Carol Cannon-Counselors so "We all need g llle 5 someone to 3e' i talk to. H r' Q, 'fv- , "The purpose of a t ' counselor is to give personal - attention, whether you 're a student, parent, or teacher . . . Ifa student has a N-sm' i problem, I try to let that student know what alternatives are available for their situation . . . My goal as counselor is to make the students' three years at Nathan Hale the best Ag, K l J J . ..i?1L F5 ta'-,Q .W Sally Hottinger, Rachel Williams-Secre is as educational experience possible . . . " -Walt Bone ow WLS QNX BA 'E "eS lbw ww 5 is 5 vw ' 1 , .i DXWW 1' 1.. V .l ig'-wud 'W W ws jaw www 0,52 t fpxyyskgowl Joseph Smith, Vice Principal a 2? D 1 4' A fe aw e WW Ox DOW JPL A YM D ' ,LMJL fN!5O'dk oFFiCi3i3i 12 :y . "TrafHc QT educa tion sa ves lives. U "I would like to see a g more strict system that Al , would make certain driving .g F offenses an automatic 5 it suspension of a drivers license. " 1 -Larry Nelson Peggy Snell, Larry Nelson-Trams Education. la qo- . 'Q i , - 0 ,, s X A if Q? 'L -we Arlenc Peterson, Jane Pingrey, Lucille Walton, Alice Updyke, Virginia Cowderoy, Madge Semenock, Verginia Collins- Lunchroom Staff "Kid-9 SGHSG r s i y ' l that We are i' ' j' here to help A , ' them. , "I've had students come up filliiiefi llli ff ,- , he it V to me when they don 't ha ve 'W anyone to talk to, when they if V L if don 't like their teachers, or if fo x 4 something's going bad at 'Ui o 1 or home . . . You have to have ww ' g g if Q, a feeling for kids and know 53" gggy ii ,lf L they have feelings just like -, , 1 jgfg f h g,.,..,,v- we do . . . you develop a real I friendship with some students ' F Q' iydfffagwf l i f f W W if I -Richard N yburg 'Jlh 'l-- x. 'QL Pablo Garcia, Mary Nurmi, Dick Nyburg, LeRoy Boll-Custodians. l32 SUPPORTIVEXTRAFFIC ED. 4,,,,,xl I , 'V no ' as- Q: il f df f 'K a s -aa' -. 2 6'To help students with the decision making process . . . v f 5 "We have found out hovv 1 important it is to relate school subjects with career subjects . . . U 1, wi lg -Joy Barker Don Lundberg, Dean of Students- Chuck Davis, Activities Coordinator p V is :fire-1 , . -xTf,.'X?' .sk fl -4 5 2 V . as AA we-wif. 'I . -5 ,. 1.73 1 e . . K . in A X 2' ,X , A :i,?'- W -,Vi 4 I Ada Brady, Ma I il ' . , , I Nu I QR it Age: in ji Britta Winder, bookroom coordinater ry Kobe, Joanne Caldwell, .la , ... g kg, z""!,V1 cueline Yellin-library stall' Joy Barker, caree t counseler "Information is the most vital thing there is . . . " "lf you assume that education is learning how to use information, then you need information to use . . . a library is just a place where information is gathered . . . whether it 's on clay tablets or in computers . . . fa libraryj is the only place where the rest of the world Hlters into the school . . . " -Mary Kobe SUPPORTlVEfLIBRAR Y L73 X. "Special Education is an alternative method of teaching . . . " "Nathan Hale is the Hrst model school in Seattle for handicapped students . . . " -Lisa Bowman The Washington State Law: WAC 392-171-285 Construction of special facilities or the remodeling of present facilities, in order to meet the special education needslsj of any child with a handicapping condition, shall be provided in accordance with the rules and regulations of the Supcrintendant of Public Instruction and of the state board ofrlitlducationlp which govern the construction andfor Hnancing of school distgict faghtifcsyd V W X M if W W i , fi, ff fits Wi ,5 All JW WN ' gf at if L .. . llt A A MMJ ,,,y'N ,lily EU' W ,vii W k " n . WM-SSS ,,'X-,xx-QW' -, Lyle Lafond, Special Ed. assistant. A From top ofthe stairs down: .Ioyec Hill, Lyle Lafond, Ann Charles, Mary Ellen Nevcrs, Margaret Klcyn, Lynn Buckley, Sharon Tam- IJ-J SPECIAL ED "Music is a thought process as Well as a physical process. . . " "I have always really felt, especially in high school, the band, and the music department in general, can help instill spirit in the school . . . " -Currie Morrison Crre onadWlI SasMscl cors Art Instructor John Ringcn, and his little masterpiece. "lt would he a very bleak world without art. . . H "For many students, taking an art course in high school may be their only chance to have a formal art experience . . . " -John Ringen MUSICXART I35 "Science is our total existance" "Its important to have more understanding of what makes the world go round. . . " -Bill Brockman "After taking M.A.S.H. a student should be a,ble to carry on a somewhat intelligent conversation with his doctor. . . " -Nancy Kain The science department, clockwise: Nancy Kain Thomas Brook Laurel Macartney Bill Brockman Gene Beall-Intern Coleman Leuthy Punela Palmer-Intern Kevin Vasreno-Intern Gary Case, P.E. 6 Clifford Allen, P.E. Dorothy Lindsay, P.E. s , Q K gn, ' A-E?f3zle31,-W? www., iw '52 5- 'Y' -'a,5gt,,,5.,. . .. 'I ' 4 A Ma B - f awe? s B Q V.. 1 .ww It fax 5 it ,ees L, , 4 sccsttt eil f it Q ., ' I "if1"'if!z'k ,?"N - xl, W J ,uma H f' "YN, '. A. 'Nik ..vii"'i- -lf' .fx em. 4 19, A. at 'kv' .13 V ,M d 01-S-'wsu ' as. ,, ,M -Q +1 'Mir' N - t ,L -, MMu'r:n it -iw.. ' , ., 'fi-', .fain Y Brock Hogle, P. E. -im Y W 4,3 ff,-V Li? I x :W lkf. Nl . Q --...I 'Mau' ,I I ,- T . J : f"".g A I 'A P.E. class can be the most relaxing period of the day. . . " 4'Physical exercise is good for a person because it allows you to relieve frustrations out on the court instead of at home . . . Over the years, P.E. classes have changed. At one point P.E. classes were regiment, with lots of drills and discipline. Now P.E. is liberal and far from regiment . . . " -Dorothy Lindsay a .f ' gf, -1 ,Q-1-,1 AFM W, .. , ttteeii :f ' E. 'V Q"'.ff'ff 1' " ,,.2,a ,L V ' tn ' h 1, . Q +Jf"'t To W-"""f"M . t.. ,A uThe Social Studies department is the finest in the building, bar none . . . " "1 think most students who take Social Studies find that the things we do are interesting It would be r pretty difHcult for a student to understand the oil embargo and the Middle East unless they have had some historical background l h I John D. Burke The Language Arts department, lrom left: Leonard Niehol, Stephen Ross, Lois Frank, Thomas llmgney, Robert Thomas, Frances Myers The Social Studies department, from top: Bob Moen, Lynn Whipple, .laekie Lee, John Burke, August Kroll, Francis Morris, Gerald Hardeastle 'W all at Q4 ,a,a,w, ,, - qu ff W f , t 'Nf 1'-335 l ,. '- ,.... N ai' 138 SOCIAL STUDIESXLANGUAGE ARTSfFORElGN LANGUAGE y::j,t:,l Q- A. .. 2 1 t, gui a V Q n N Q s H 4,,. , A , Eg gg Mr P ' Chuck Tarbox, Social Studies ww tg I - f Joseph Cromerty assists Bobby Blanks Z gf .Jn the society in which We live, -- -Jjdstv we have to be able to communicate . . . H ' , ' IV "The goals of the overall department would be to enable a 'lla WJ f V X student to express onels oxvn feelings and those of others . . . H UMA' My overall goals are to bring students to a point of L understanding the literature that is available, and through that The FO,c,g,, Lz,,,gw,gc dq,f,,,,,,c,,,' fm, to understand other people and themselves . . . H -Thomas Tangney lclt: Igor Gladstone Dale Fleury Britla Hunt Elsa Kopla , . A y . Vr t Q I ff. A A X ' I , ' 4-1 1 Roy Ketterer, drama Migael Scherer V, .Q ., , "Foreign language helps students appreciate the World. . . " "The foreign language study is a kind of discipline that requires daily attention daily work, constant repetition, good attendance . . . Those students who are successful are those who ha ve trained or are training themselves to do their work consistently . . . H -Igor Gladstone if Wg , ' 105 -0+ L, . ov' 'lr x- ' , ,. av- 'dl m, aj Q ' A an f if S.. t - f ,, .w . A " W g . g"Q"" A ik K 3 4... Q" in M. 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Q.. 3: 5 a, is 'ax' i 'mi A ga ll Christopher Anderson Lori Anderson Portia Anderson 5 fr .f"N.., Y X 17 sh- t 5" ' " J '30 I , Kerwin Armstrong Kim Baird Linda Bakkala i N' 5" F' ,Q - a -,'l:t1. - 'Ns' Douglas Balcom 142 SENIORS Darrin Ballard Mary Baltzell Sikata Banerjee 5 7? r 'Q 4 B O3 3 y, 'J' A " 4:- Mike Cameron concentrates on recovery - f,n B I " Randi Belcher A Z' R2 Karen Berg 1 'N f 'a'Qfx Massoud Barzi Michael Beasley ,af 1 in 'x W' K , -w , J' x 9 Z if f 2 YM 1 V K Timothy Beasley XTX fe-'r Tracy Bell Julian Bentley Paula Bergen Shandhya Bechan "Sf -R, Jody Berg i 72' bl f el- , ,I r 7, I A ggi' .I 1, Q' ff' Arne Berger Tracey Beuclc SENIORS 143 nrx 'M Bradley Bickford Aga -ai Eric Blomskog S 5 '69 Andrew Boisoneau Anedra Branch 144 SE N I ORS ! - 1 Wm5.,h U. , , ,, . .kr I 'if' 3, 3 - '14, ,, , dz., . 4, ,gy S f Z if I x 6 Viv fi , B Becky Bjorbaclc 49? ff V, in F! M53 1 W' Randall Boe A v EV' If " 2 V. -wQ,,Lf'1'i A 1, H ' . - Y f 1 Q V-Q33 V r A' R- Q X 5 af -. 1 H X61 1, ' P A fs, g ' x 1 X ff 4 Q' Q ' 1 '- Ml iq ,pf " - 5' , .QA , 1 T ,Li sp' E 4 I Y 1. ' f ' it X 4 Q 4 ZQN Q A Q xx X IRA, 1 -T Q' ' M 1 if . Sarah Bomengen 1 Lori Bla den ,Y-- -Ni'-i""" 'BBA Lg Tina Booher Heidi Broedcl A" I 5? ' aft X ' lv ii. x Ps f' . " , Steven Blair A ,f 4:e114?lki3f2s X N . - i A B he-W A , ,I .5 wi YTLIX9 . 'nf ,?. V Mark Bolzot , ' 'F 1 xxfw K -5 I X 5. .- A.. xi , 1 fu 13' - Q k v 'ali ,.-- f' f'2 :.f" , ' 5'9' 1. K Q I 1. gf f if f Rodney Bradshaw Q9 Li. 1' if S- ' B 1 ' '- ' - - lg, E ff fel we y . Q 'ffl ,J Q 2 "if 1 N ' s 45 3 .. 1 ix, , 5 1: Lp ef Eliza beth Brown ff fix' ..,. 'Nm Q lx 'W' N. I 4 Y gym . u H . ',7,., Ruff 4 YT f .f i X '-Z H- Qt .' " 431' Karen Brumbaugh Joann Brydson V Susan Budd ,aa N 9, Corinne Cala brese Michael Callahan Michael Cameron sag, 1: e N ., . an jg, he Y C 5Tf ' fl' if 1 David Carlson . f-1:1 '-'CY' Y 3 -N .lay Merer shows hrs best slde Thomas C3 I-I-011 Mary Burrill 1 ' if ti N , x hk Q ,glee " C n' " .v, Wi, 1 t f' ra :-. 7 , Fr wf- I fa I' M nf ,we r 'za w Q: 2. all Barbara Campbell , . f mf' ' A . x ..... , A ...f 7 -QM X QR- M., jx vga if ' A , 5? ff ,f 1 A-4- M 'x Ay ix Merry Carrasco nl if ,A xx if iv g L X U Y 4. , W..-- f- 1, . e ' 'M Kim Christian Steve Cia ba ttoni Germ Conner 1-31- rw.. J iff Mary Criddle Kelly Crim Clayton Crofton 451-A 0 "q'g""r -nf' f . Eileen Daly Darcy Davis Debbie Davis Ax gy? egg A ,ff Roxanna DeWitt Andrea Day Terry Delohnette e D 5, . " ., I 5 K V f 5' K A Q . ew , V x I 7' D X W .R . It ,X , , , X 5 K xxlfi. D 'D t r I ,. Dennielle Dent Kristian Dews Denise Dickerson og Mathew Dailey fun? tb , Vu f M 5 W in ,Ji r gf- Q "" ' tsl K , Ns , N Q.- , t , , W 7 1 fb ,X , Michael Da vis iff ff Q '.-avr!" is 'wav U w 's"' xx fr if I ' f--ew li" ' ?, l Steven Dennert fs' Terry SENIORS 147 148 SENIORS .dx Q, ' ,NW Lf Clarissa Dimaano : ? 'if' a 8 Erin Ea ton Meghan Elder .N W -av' A Ra' f -tg ks' 51 - fr' Susan Dost SAN ,J Linda Dudley ef Dean Edminster fx Q I f 9' xg I A X. D x ef, , vb Mary Dougherty If , 1 ,. x :Q ' D f' 113 , I. S ax ti in 4 wi , Cv E D 'P' Q X- P My James Duff Cv? Dennis Eichen bergcr Shirley Ereckson 2. 64' ,Q . Kim Douglass A . .. yt R 'b 4 iv, . 4, Q ' V is wif Q 3' u I 8 ax x . y wr, Salli-Jo Dugan . ei we 55 f ,fa D RF k V R ig 5 if " X ,.- F' "er 5, , D Jon Eilcum '-nm- 'VY Daniel Estep A X .' .K xg F F A' GJ xc' i ' s .XNEKV EE., A- ,KM 1: ,ff . '- 521 Xa- 'V' j'+"3Jx.,f 1913 i F 'ff V . , 3,v,,3,,f,., ,g.'fQ'g,g5' m , .1 Qfvf' . gr Karen Fieser ,ff M., Denise Filion Jennifer Forbes 4 .-., Gregory Felt Mary Fieser Vffl' -MVN"-.N. avr -3. Toni Fisher lb-..., A. 'f l rg p . XE., . "think fast "il, V , A a ,F A I - 2- xg , J NX W F r x X V Fitch 9 Julie Flanagan Robert Foster SENIORS 149 150 SENIORS rings out for Senior Spirit. ,...., 45 , Rochelle Ga yton fe ,. ,Q 0' . if Kelly Geiger Mary Fritschen tif-, I -'Tv-7"Ss 'S X. 3 Y ? ' K J K we me Gordon Gardipe Corinne Gagnon Deborah Gaylord ff, .fgf John Ghera rdini :ef 1. 151 X x ,M ' . 1 K ,, I . RX VI. b +71 A75 ..,f1v' - ia , I K Ex I i In . ,,.,f -: ,P XX '-rs f ' ' 'f .A t Nl 'ff-I F , ' nga' is .1 . .1 fx KQ 'A xxx , 1, x rugs " if F. . ff ff si 7 . ff ., . . X fi sf ' ' if X' if fl. 1 ln i ,gy - 4 , 1: Eilfyf ,MA X W4 A Eyfel' A W , ' RK y FFVQV Qx Al l AL?-E1 2 l" G N ' 'sir' fe 'NTT Thomas Gillis Mark Girard Joseph Gleason 62,435 1'4" Rita Gillespie Wendy Gordon ,x :-1 fx A Martin Guldalll x X f ' 7 Km' if ,-me'--h., 1 X l 3 1 Heidi Greider - d n ew V' xx y Lynn Gunby M 7 1 ff? 'V rm' Q-5 Debbie Grinde Renaldo Gua rdiano Max Gunther Steven Guyer ' ' "N, ,L A '-uv '-'x Eric Hall Richard Hamby Jenny Hamill Karon Hanke qv A ,x K ,' Raymond Hansel! 'tr Heidi Harris J ulie SENIORS 151 152 SENIORS Pa ul Harshman ..r"W'Nm,,A . gg, L, f ' as 6:9 x , Al Q, 3 s f . , 'W .1 3 xv Y . A , . I P ! f 6 X Mary Hartwich .2 ,ff '33'vs,- . . , ' -S i Q 4, I - sw ,VM , ff n a Ignatius Hen tschell " fw ks. 3: '23 ,J if 1 s f' ffl it 4 s I x Tarea Harvey Qs X '4 x fs rf 1 1 fb ,Iv C 7 l ,ff-J .. Y I 4 , KW- Kathy Herdeck Marieilen Hicks P ' 1 Katie Haven i ,, T ., an 'f if 5 M S i 1' MQ ' 1 J n .21 A 5 s ,. i l 1 rg . 1 f .Z A 'cf " 4 ., f nl B is ' 's ., if 4 , " 'i A 3 -5 . A., Keith Higgins Charles Hitz Alisa Hobbs Qi? 9 Dennis H ofeditz --N, Karen Hornbeck Nathan Hale Seniors X 4 I I Xf TW slum 1. mv- ,Ny if i' or e er e 1 ,free Robert House Roman style .,,,! ,, lx- ,- Q if' 4 Nz. 2' xx 1 " 4. ix -Q ' L Lf 1 In A -L AT- I H Brad HrutHord 5-f. Earlie Hudson or foie er ,,. AA T 'Fi Y Carolyn Hurley -QQ, Teresa Imamkhi A e f r ,jwxx . ,rx . K , it Janice Hsia Brad Huber A me MR i Kim Mo-Li Hung 'bw sr' . Michele H yneman Roger Iida fm., ff V W , A f , - x Ali . -X 1 W ' - K ,fd S ,Zvi Q Q 'taxi f ef 14' V' Rf' r 'yi u X - wx' r x Sandra Iversen Car01JaCkS0f1 SEMORS 5: s is 6 Q ,, WR I 5. , N. K J L73 , aff-3 A339 ww' 'f'-n ' ' J 1 f' V 1 ' r 1 if ,. 1 i , -.,,., .. A, Cindy Johnson "f"-Ju Bronn Journey 154 SENIORS 'l"Iy.: KNHC with Jim Saas f-an af' 1 il! Karin Jarvis f f l " 4-W! ii L , 9 J lr' i 41'- Brian Johnson N 'WN .. . A -f W L John Johnson Scott Johnson ' 3. as qwqr x-....,, f kv ,A is-K Anne Jeroue Carol Johnson Cindy Jones c . ,N 'H . 'Qs 'Tia' 1 . W, as Kathy Kaitis Barbara Kelly Jane Kerns i A 'fn Z is James Kiehl K, , 439 'S-f Dean Kourkoumclis Carrie Kraning , k,.:,L ,. . L, X .. W i K XV 1 H' Q.-px 'ff Y i 4 1 i L' t ' iii f 5 .Eg :iff if 'i - 'C' s f ', a' ?' r U.. . 'x sz f I . 1 X TN , :gif s L-5. fm E , 'B 4-,tr 5 M, .wr :- . 'IW Xa Q, , Barbara Kirk Carrie Klebold " ' A L ' .X I N1 K 'IV3' E 1' 'if .ff 'fb rj' wi. N, f V5 . 1-' '11 .. , 2,11 ' ." ' "-'f..vQ5.v' Kris Krofchck if ft! i . , ,pl 5 lizjfi? is , gl? ' iyfli'-L .l- Kris Kuhnhausen k ,a,f my ' pil Lisa La ckmann Janelle K yte l ' S 4- ,P "N il Q "' -S.. X i -'B as the Incredible Hulk Eric Lagerbctg SENIORS 155 156 SENIORS . V ix' , f- x ', ' L.-tl. 5 , ' ' nv, X is A " . ,v - 1" V- ' r- v .. 0 V. ' A . 4 ,I X dwg r, WX. Gary Lambers x 19' ' of' 'u....ff T9 J, 2 A . 'H 1 Q s .A gp i ,L rf' K Christine Leavitt Lawrence Lehtinen Marcia Lamson , .,,. ,, it tfmx , KK gf' .Brio 'xi Brian Landberg A 1 :pak 1 av Q ' wtf-I , 1 WV 1' . Virginia Lawson '-so Christopher LeFebvre 'by La wrence Little 'W H apple ,'1s bv-ff' CL' Q' Shelley Long Hsiu Lu ca 2 Xi 'F L' f 'Q L 'I 1 1 1 Q 5 ' if .: lv , ' og . 'f::: : 19? e .af ff' Douglas MacAu1ay Debbie Mackenstadt Nancy Mann N , , ,i "N W, H 1 , 44 V, 1 Q . , f---"sf , fr, ,V L , m . RX K I ff- i X X Laurie Lydum Mark Lyon .4""' Li Richard Maehren "uw an-J Lance Manning Candy Marshall Kellie Mason "X 4 , I - ,.. fistfff X in ,L '-'wif ,ah , A K, T , 7, - , ' :,.,. - James May Sherri MCA Voy Laurie McCarth y Sherri McCarty 1 SENIORS I57 Vic McCole Steven McDonnell William McCoy ' wx ,V . Q Ziggy!! , 1 ,X .,,,....-u-sl-Q 158 SENIORS JL? 1 Syst' ai Glen McNeil Charmayne McCra y -11 , 1 . 1 V N X Y 3 Michael McGuire e - i s A f 1-1 as A il. . 1. l Paul Mc Vicar ff? Larry Little gets Q Q R . 4. . . .4 , 'J QE ggi? u Samuel Medina 4 Steven Miller -.ff Nancy Mizumori e 'lf .lf R f' ' QL YQ " 59 I? I K , K, -Z! T . Kelly Monis ms, 'TI' ...,,, X . f XX K X I N Kathleen Miller Sv ,X Kathleen Mitchell QT? Gary Moc . ' fi' . .fy 1 i fi 'cl' -ffnf .64 I Q, Yf Qty? :M PV' 'ri' f,'53?Zi.g 1' Patrick Moody Patricia Moore Robin Mortimer C , A ' Oz.. ' 'rf .-VA., av 1 . f , Q f 1 lf' uv I I S - '. H -S Lx N-. 14 Y y 4' Q T 1 Q s Y? X 1 xi X .3 ., 'A'b I X ?f Edward Moulson Twyla Mulvazmy Keith Munro W 'Sl i o gg M l" l fix Q . 'V Y ,C f . E , Aft ,, N xwno r , c- X ' V, Thomas Murray Brian Myers Walter Neal R M . 'YW f JS, , aw., 1' 54, .-,M JF 1, X G N 0 M r rr MQ Jack Murray ' may, if Y 5 ' ' X951 . ' Y . X ' Pa ul Nelzring Slzarleen Nelson Julie Newberry gr by 2 ,M . ' Brendan Nichols Lori N ulton 160 SENIORS -,Lk .QP 'fi iiiislxw' Pamela Oakes 9- - '957a34u. Q i lax! 4 . K-Q 1 8, Antbon y Ober Eugene 'ffm 'I' Christine Oura da Mary Pabalate Julie Palais ' A ' gg gg 5 , X. as 3 -rv LWV5 V. 's . fi' V I Q' ' 'FZYY A Q N 2 g l. fix' Mark Palmer Rajan yn 9 1 I 'ws P .1 .N t Hx, Af K S.. rv -" x xxx , ,gi if 5 3, LZ af Marcia Ostler Russell Ostrom i f e Qt? L .:' ,i V ,ek . as f J! Eric Cally Oylear Scott DeVight samples barbeque 162 SENIORS N .ff ax M gg 7 K fi x' T' 5 X 'ag " .. . M W Q 2 N TQ ' 'P' 2 X W ,1.,. 4 y t Y.. Xwxw i 11 ti Xxx i AL ff 1 ,f 4 , R - f 1 I f Colleen Pattison Gregory Paulson Ward Pennington 'V - I " -I :V J 5 5, .f ff' Steven Petherick Sherry Philbrick I J NX' gfx- , WN.-,lt 5, 'x 7 X--4 13-r ,cf X - James Polasik Eliza beth Pollock L . A X Q f.. . .L uf f , EXW , ,,. 1. fy Pk! ff -an A' .Xl C L i - tl , I Q i t , 3 x -" K Vi- J ,Qi -fy, 12 'I W l f! VP' 1 ' . L: T '7 i E 1 , A ii 'wif' :J . ' Ji x 1, ,Y V f. Q .. J, s 7,5 , .. KJ V. ... .1 L.. . W5 Brian Porter Marcia Pra vitz Mary Phipps ,N "'i'E1""""Yr Le , A k xx f h'e- NN 4-any Madeline Poole ,if .. , lkzsfiwf gee fd-,rw A .'Z:2f ' fe, i ' if A , X ' Xl -. ,S 'N 1 a -9' JW' 3 , Timothy Pruss ,fl ffx -'gx 1, ! I . Dana Peterson Cheryl Pingrey "'A"'wfN., ' ""' , .xv t XR Victoria Porter ,, ff? A l' Mmx WT"Z'7 lrwf' Yolanda Reed Erling Reese ' K A ui:-stiff? jf Vx Robert Rice Susan Reynolds ' M A .s,x, Ax .ibn K - 1 Q59 X, K y oo,,2 . What captures the eyes of senior guys? ax N... "" ' 1' ' -gg' I f ,l ,s,' .f 1? 'R V, ' , a '- if 'ff' , ',' S ,K ,sf f 5:15 f .' g is sin' a!!' I p . Y L Kevin Ryan 1 Jeffrey Ross Dale Roullier Kevin Rowell 1-.NV Sheila Ryan Kenneth ll" 1""2.? James Saas Annette SENIORS 163 164 SENIORS . 'Nu . 4 M .W ff, ,ak Carolyn Saito ,f if f yf 4--qv -A Valerie Schneider ,-4, 's??7 Sharon Segal v-. w, ,avi iwygwf ' 1 4 file-31 512,42 12 1.f'gif?A , 9 .r 1 N A R 9' ' I V ?kf'.,:? V MK f - . Wim gf? as K Q A Civ "Ski f""""' W' A 3 - 1 as f 1 v .gk A W " "w ? v, , i - - - - 1- X A L E K L ,ifwx , In .,.f . -1 axe if Q f if V - i, K L....am.nE,f , A ' 5 ' ' J-3, 4 1 vi. ' into 3 gg, gm. ,W Seniors have minds of vw mv' nge., A 1,- lily .1 ifgfllfe ,f xi 1 ' H ' ' ..io' 'QQ , A M ii ' i ii V f 2 Douglas Scholten -ex X ie. Kris Seguba Q. - rJ.i ' 1""? Q 2 . g,!xiXXi . fr, , va A 'O if xi 1 1' Y z - i rf i 5 - m, A f G 5 3 I gan-ll' Peter Schauer , 155' ,1 xv lil 5. ,.,o K, ,V ,Q in V i I 2 ef , S Ny , , , 5 f 5 i ' ' T' if P 1' CQ A ff ff? L- , ' A ' 'Z A M1 , l fl ' Q ' ' ' Marcel S ynthia Seto Robert Schukar ,u E'-a Vinita Sharma Frederick Sharpe Craig Shartner C3 Annette Smith Ra nda Siclcles Craig Skoglund Dianne Sleister Jeffery Shewmaker SK W o jay 1 ffffi! 3 1 - X if A' Ji A L Holly Simonton Deena Small V xnxx iffffgfy I v f vi , S ai sy K + g ' ' 'i - 'cr f ,Q-1 I 1 5 l , L f - -., 1, 5 T 5 ,1 sm: 1. Ik' Q .7 -x 4 ,. h e X 5 'ivj nlf Ricky Smith Kenlynn Snowdcn SENIURS 165 ' 139'- 'Wav' sw 4 X S jf ,Sf Vance Solomon X Q. Q fz fff.m.u- 3 .: ,,.2gg1 'Sl if .pw Shari Stem 2 , , if Eileen Sto Domingo is - ,jj .L rl - .Q . , -, . . e , I i KEN, .4 'Qi' Colleen Sullivan I 66 S E N I ORS 40 ug X Gloria Sorbo E Kellee Spring r,,, J B Duffjumps for more than joy ...i Ian Sullivan 41 Tamra Sullivan X ,vg. Donovan Stevens f ' . .. 'gn -. . , , f 3 Se t g 1 , N f .Ye dx- ,- f NM wx xx '2 lQiQii2i:51't ,ffif N21 'i wafk 1 vw Ax 5 N '.Yn1E,.v 'Q 1-7, 2- Edward Stone Q all X N-13 Eric Suvan ,,-'ffm H ff ., Vi T fl Jil". 15' l ll 'i Y Grady Swafford AX ff ' N r - ew 1 I, J - . 3. .Wi f.. 9 X 1- F x eg wt' x Brian Ta bell ly-5 I 7.12 . 7 rag. Alex Ta tman i , W K KX., AVV4...1 T , va, ll.- ., ob- , ,X 1 , w 'f xx . gg., f 1 1 , ,1 1, . ,.-, -1-4 .1-1 ,Qs ,N 1'- rw 1' ' I' ,na .T if X Xk1i',l'f , 1 5 .X Sha wna Brian Taft Simone Terrell f T fwfr 5 if fx 'N ,f . A 4, V "Q 1 Larry Thomas - 2 Scott Tlzomassen Todd Swartz X N 1' fa- X-vs ff, ft' William Talbot Q , Hans Thielman A- "fy 'Rx of Barbara Swett at 4Z"f'3 Mei Lin Tangalin 'mf -g 1, Gordon Thomas 1,1 , Kelly Thompson A Ns... X T7 xv 5- n .4 .-i 1 A .13 fi: 1 x x w ' nv " - s 2 Q. xg 5 if as 'ti QS' 2, L, N. A , K.. 9 E533 1' Bach- Tu yet Tran I, I W1 Sonja Van Der Maas Sari Van Otegham Julie Waddingham P Ehza beth Wallace Sharon Six - ,v fp -- 2 ,T X A X :,,, Lf" - , ,Q , , M, ' 1 VA v , ' ,R-" all n.. , 1 -D -' S. ' .-f- 51 ' -V ' 'C' in "xx ., N, M L. Gary Wans Lf C' fr:""S Salena Ward Karin Warner U re '56 .5 QGOKI X,, Q an L Sell Win ter Dance tickets ,., 4. 'W ee -'is 6 ' wif 45. '- it ff ,A Dame! Mfg- W, vu-., 5 A Denise Weatherly if Daniel Whelan ,,.f"' W ' -- '15 57-7 5.2 5 Z' XF V H' X 1 "W Suzanne Williamson K V2 ,W at Michael Ward xx Caroline Wehl Tonya Whetham 775 'VH 'ITT ff! ,ii 1 -af Mlliam Winslcowski SENIORS 169 170 SENIORS g yrs ff A 1 'v if fr 1 Q ww. if V1 x . 1 I 'Q 1 f F' " ' I f L S 1' Susan Wixon Edmund Wolak John Woods ' 's..Y fa X N .f- ' . 1, it 9 .pf wi? QA fi? ' 21, Bryan Wren Jang Yim K "4' ? ' e 1 so . . "' G' Xfww- Heidi Zeller poses John Hall L Mary Woodward . ,K 1, i .K !'.x Kazunori Yamada L-a,,,3,i,,,, Kim berli Yoshida nf NA TI ONAL MERI T SEMI -FINALIS TS John Mele, Eugene Onishi, James Dow, and Douglas Balcom. Not pictured: Edmund Wolak and Claudia Kashpureflf NA TIONAL MERI T COMMENDED STUDENTS Urv !" QQ' Julie Palais, Katie Haven, Robert King, Ame Berger, Mark Bohot,'MichcIe Williams, Brad Anderson. Front row: Heidi Broedel, James Houghton, Clayton Crolton. Not pictured: Steven Blair and Rod Bradshaw. NATIONAL MERIT 171 SENIOR CO MITTEE Special Act.: Sue Foster. Karen Brumbaugh Senior Breakfast: Sue Foster, Sharon Walsh, Kelly Crim Taking a closer look at this years Senior Activities, we Hnd the Senior Chairpersons always willing to work, Their many dances, and fundraising projects have shown their efforts. Without their hard work projects such as these would not have been possible, Good Job! Commencement: Jack Murray, KelLV Crim, Karen Brumbaugh Baccalaureate: Rod Loh, Kenlynn Snowden , ' I 72 SENIOR COMMITTEES n Prom: Paul McVicar, Mary Bzzltzell ' , A , g Senior Dance: Gloria Sorbo ' Sr. Directory and Reunion: Dennielle Dent, Sharon Walsh Senior Gift: Sue Wixon, not pictured: Pam Oakes O X Albrecht, Liz' Swimming 2, 3 Skiing I, 2, t II? ll L All I' ,J ,, , vt Ev, . . .ig . 4 lk! Lpfztt' Fundraising: Robin Mortimer, Sherri McA voy g Caps it Gowns: Barb Swett, Rob Bankes Publicity: Ya Pei C hang, Anedra Branch Announcements: Sari VonOtegham, Mei Lin Tangalin SE IOR I DEX A Ackert, Christine Adams, Susan Caroline A-hn, Suzanne ASC I, 2, 3 International Club 2, 3 Squire Singers l, 2, 3 Albedyll, Curt '3 .lampan '79 Ailcxis, .Ja vier Anderson, Brad' Anderson, Christopher John Cross Country 2, 3 Wrestling l, 2 Track I, 2. 3 Anderson, Lori Lynn' Soph. Vice Pres. '77 Jr. Pres. '78 Sr. Pres. '79 Anderson, Portia K NHC-FM I, 2, 3 Sentinel I. 3 Drama I BSAC 3 Aquino, SeraHn ASC l SEBRAH l Armstrong, Kcrwin Baird, Kim Bakkala. Linda Balcom, Douglas' Baldwin, Susan Bullard, Darrin M. Track l, 2, 3 FEAST 2 Basketball 2 Baltzell, Mary' Sr. Prom, YDD 62 H Christmas Dance Chairperson 3 Raider Rousefs Banetyee, Sikata Banks, Robert Wayne K NHC-FM I, 2, 3 ' .SAC 3 SEBRAH I BSAC 3 Barnett, Stephen Barzi, Massoud' Bathurst, Bill Cross Country Track Beasley, Michael Explorer Search :Q Rescue Cub Scout Leader Hiking Xt Camping Beasley, 'Hmothy Beauchamp, Norman Bechan, Shandhya A Belcher, -RandifR. K NHC-TV 3 Basketball 1, 2, 3 ' , 1 3 3 Bell, Tracy' Track I. Bentley, Jultan4SEBRAH 2, 3 Running French Berg, Jody FEAST 2 Berg. Karen' Jazz Ensemble I, 2, 3 Prom Committe 3 SEBRAH 3 Bergen, Paula Pep Squad 3 Berger, Arne' Beuck, Tracey Skiing JZ Traveling Bickford, Brad' Billing, William Bjorback, Becky Soccer 2 Black, Toni Bladen, Lori' Co-Club 2 Skiing l, 2. 3 Photography Blair, Steven' Blomskog, Eric FEAST 2 FFA 2 Boc, Randy Wrestling 2 Football 3 Boer, Dawn Squire Singers l, 2 Business Education 3 Bohot, Mark Andrew' N.C.'IfE. Writing Award Finalist 3 National Merit Scholar 3 , Boisoneau, Andy K Bomengen, Sarah Booher, Tina"'Co-Club 3 Chess Club 3 Booth, Donf J Bradshaw, Rodney Branch, Ancdra' Briggs, Kevin FEAST 3 Brockmann, Jeffrey Broedel, Heidi' Swing Choir l. 2 Squire Singens 1, 2, 3 Honor Society Secretary 3 Brown, Elizabeth Skiing Camping Brumbaugh, Karen' Commencement Chairpenson 3 Co-Club 3 Special Activities 3 Brydson, Joann ' Budd, Susan Burgess, Bonnie Squire Singers 3 Swing Choir 3 Radio 3 Burrill. Mary Co-Club 2, 3 C Cain, Patricia Calabrese, Corinne Raider Rouscrs 3 Jr. Achievement 2 Publicity 2, 3 Callahan, Michael Cameron. Michael Football l, 2. 3 C ampbell, Barbara' Pep Squad 3 Tennis I, 2 Jr. Secretary Treasurer '77-'78 Carlson. Dave Skiing Basketball Carr, Jason Football 3 Carrasco, Mernv A. Swing Choir I, 2 Squire Singers 1, 2 Soccer I Carroll, Tom Castano, Manuel Chang, Ya-Pei' ASC President 3 Publicity Chairpemon 3 ASC Secretary 2 Christian, Kim C hristianson, John FFA 2 Skiing Christianson, Michelle Chun, Jennifer' Instrumental Music Ciabattoni, Steve Football 3 Wrestling 2 Cleveland, Mitch FEAST 3 Cleveland, Neal Cohn, Stuart Collier, Lloyd Collver. Bruce KNHC-FM at TV I, 2, 3 Drama I Comer, ,leff Connelly, Laurie' Co-Club Vice Pres. 3 Volleyball 2, 3 Jr. Breakhist Chairperson 2 Conner, Gerri FEAST 3 Conner, William Conroy, Patrick John' Football 2, 3 Basketball I. 2, 3 Baseball I. 2. 3 Cooper, Eric SEBRAH I, 2, 3 BSAC 3 Coumaros, Connie Crepps, Diane' Pep Squad Criddle, Mary Squire Singers 2, 3 Crim, Kelly' Volleyball 3 ASNH Chairman I, 2, 3 Sr. Class Chairman 3 Crofton, Clayton' Wrestling I, 2, 3 Track I, 2 Cross Country I, 2, 3 Cross, Eric Lamont FEAST 3 SEBRAH 3 BSAC 3 D Dialey, Mathew' Daly, Eileen Davis, Debbie "Red" Sohball I, 2, 3 Basketball I, 2, 3, HERITAGE Staff 2. 3 Davis. Darcy Davis, Eddie Davis, Kathleen Da vis, Mike Swimming 2 Day, Andrea De Johnetle, Terry De Vight, Scott' Football l, 2, 3 Basketball I, 2 De Witt, Roxanna Dennert, Steven Dent, Denielle' ASNH Vice Pres. 3 Soccer I, 2, 3 Swimming I, 2, 3 Dews, Kris SEBRAH 2 Student Union I, 2 K NHC-TV3 Dickerson, Denise Mae Modeling Camping Volleyball Dietsch, Terry' Volleyball 2, 3 Music 1, 2, 3 Basketball 3 Dimaano, Clarissa Tennis I, 2, 3 ASC 2 Volleyball 3 Dost. Sue Soccer I, 2, 3 Dougherty, Mary Soccer I, 2 Douglas, Kim' SENTINEL 3 HERITAGE 3 Dow, James' Dudley, Linda Duftf James Dugan, Salli-jo Soccer I, 2, 3 Eaton, Erin FEAST 3 Wrestling Manager I Edminster, Dean Eichenbcrger, Dennis Eikum, Jon Elder, Meghan Ellis, Grant' Engebretsen, Gary Ereekson, Sherrill Ereekson, Shirley' Erickson, Nancy' Softball 2, 3 Co-Club 2, 3 Co-Club Pres. 3 Cross Country I Erskine, Jack Estep, Daniel Football I, 2, 3 Track I, 2, 3 The Hill '79 Everett, Cortley F Felt, Gregory Keith Wrestling 2, 3 Cross Country 2 Camping tfc Hiking Fieser, Karen FEAST 2 Fieser, Mary Filion, Denise C. Skiing Camp Counselor French Fisher, Toni Fitch, Robert L. Instrumental Music I, 2 Sentinel I Photography 3 Flanagan, Julie Forbes, Jenny' Cross Country 2, 3 Co- Captain 3 Track I, 2, 3 Co-Captain 3 Ford, Don Tennis I. 2, 3 Skiing Hiking Foster, Robert Cross Country 2, 3 FFA I, 2, 3 Soccer I, 2 Curling Drum it Bugle Corps Foster, Sue' Swimming I, 2, 3 Co-Captain 3 Inter-high Rep, 2 Japan '79 Sr. Chairman Fountain, Jay Freeman, Chris Fritsehen, Mary' Publicity Comm, 3 Christmas Dance Comm. 3 SEBRAH 2 Fye, Ryan G Gagnon, Corinne Galloway, Michael Gardipc. Gordon Orchestra I. 2, 3 Gaylord , Deborah Gayton, Rochelle Denise' Basketball Statistician l, 2. 3 SEBRAH I, 2 BSAC 3 Geiger, Kelly' Cross Country I, 2, 3 Track I, 2,3 Shop 1, 2, 3 Gherardini, John Gibson, Sam Gillespie, Rita Gillis, Thomas Girard, Mark P. Vocal Music I, 2, 3 Boating Volunteer Work Gleason, Joseph Skiing Drama Gocssman, Thomas Goodwin, Mike Utah Skiing 2 Gordon, Wendy' HERITAGE 2, 3 Asst. Editor 3 Publicity Chairperson 2 Gouras, Mark Grcidcr. Heidi Marie Volleyball, Basketball, Tennis I, 2, 3 Raider Rousers Spirit Comm. Grinde,,Debra Water Skiing Mountain Climbing Guardiano. Renaldo SEBRAH I International Club I ASC 2 Guldahl, Martin Gunby , Lynn Cross Country I, 2, 3 Track I, 2, 3 Sr. Vice Pres. 3 Guthrie, Max K NHC-FM 2 Guyer, Steven Robert' ASNH Pres. 3 ASNH ClubfComm. Rep. 2 Soph. Pres.l H HalL Eric Hall, .lohn Basketball I, 2, 3 Hamby, Ricahrd Hamill, Jenny Sewing I Water Skiing 2 Traveling 3 Hanke, Karon Hansell, Raymond Harris, Cindy Gymnasticsil. 2, 3 Pep Squad 3 Photography l, 2, 3 Harris, Heidi' Church I. 2, 3 Harrison. Julie Harshman, Paul Joseph' Cross Country 2, 3 C.C. Captain 3 Track I, 2, 3 Captain 3 Hartwich, Mary Michelle' Harvey, Tarea Drama Productions 2 Softball Manager I Squire Singers I, 2. 3 Hassouneh, Nadia Haven, Katie' Instrumental Music I, 2 Hentschell, Ignatius Joseph Herdeck, Kathryn' HERITAGE Staff I, 2, 3 Hicks, Mariellen Higgins, L. Keith Photography 2, 3 Marching Band 2, 53 Hill Digging Domm, 3 Hill, Douglas Hillesland, Shane i Hillesland, Spencer Hitz, Chuck 'Chazl' Photography Young Life Hiking Hobbs, Alisa' Fund Raising 2 Publicity 2 Soccer Hofeditz, Dennis Drama Productions I, 2, 3 Holmes, Jolene Hornbeck, Karen Houghton, James' House, Robert' Football 2, J HrutHord, Bradley Hsia, Janice' Huber. Bradley S." Skiing Hudson. Earlie Lee Jr. Basketball 3 Track 3 Football 3 BSACQ' 3 Hughes, Kim' Diving I, 2, 3 Softball 2, 3 Track 2 Humann, Kris Hung, Mo-Li' Houtlz, Dara Hurley, Carolyn Hyneman, Michele Young Life 2, 3 lida, Roger ASC I, 2 Jr. Achievement 2, 3 ASNH Comm. I, 2 SEBRAH 2 Ida, Roger ASC I, 2 Jr, Achievement 2, 3 ASNH Cotnm. I, 2 SEBRAH 2 lmanishi, Teresa' KNHC-FM 3 KNHC- TV 2 SAC 3 Jr. Achievement l, 2 IoDice, Chris Carpentry Iverson, Sandra J Jackson. Carol' Gymnastics I Volleyball 2 Raider Rouscrs 2 All-City Marching Band Jang, Conrad Jarvis, Karin Jeroue, Anne Vocal Music I, 2 Business Education 3 Jolmson, John Johnson, Brian Johnson, Carol Johnson, Cindy R. SK Y I, 2, 3 Writing Wheelchair Basketball I, 2, 3 Johnson, Scott Athletics Drama Jones, Cynthia Jones, Eric Jones, Robert Instrumental Music 3 KNHC-FM 3 Vacal Music 3 Journey, Bronn KNHC-TB.3 Orchestra I, 2, 3 Jazz Ensemble 3 K Kaitis, Kathy Volleyball 3 Kashpureflf Claudia Keene, Phil Drama Productions 2 Cross Country 2, 3 Kelly, Barbara ' Kerns, Jane Pep Squad 3 Soccer I, 2, 3 Swimming 2 Gymnastics I Kiehl, James Basketball Manager 2, 3 Tennis I King, Robert' ASC I, 2, 3 Tennis 2, 3 ASNH Comm, 3 Kirk, Barb Soccer I, 2, 3 Volleyball 2 Skiing Camping Klebold, Carrie Klima, Darcy Kourkoumelis, Dean Instrumental Music I, 2, 3 Drama Productions l. 2, 3 Kraning, Carrie' Track 2, 3 Cross Country 3 Skiing Basketball ' Kriskov, Suzanne Krofchek, Kristine Raider Rousers l Tolo Comm. 2 Bowling Camping Kuhnhausen, Kris Lloyd Football 2, 3 The Hill '79 Kuhnle, Carole K yte, Janelle Ceramics I, 2, 3 L Lackmann. Lisa' Lagerberg. Eric' Soccer I, 2. 3 Lambers , Gary Tennis I, 2, 3 Skiing I, 2. 3 Lamson. Marcia Cross Country I Landberg, Brian Soccer I, 2, 3 Bowling 2, 3 Landgon, Laurie Langham, Beth Gymnastics I SKY I Skiing Lauritzen, Lisa Lawson, Loan Fundraising 2, 3 Publicity 2. 3 Lawson, Virginia Squire Singers I, 2 Instruniental Music I, 2 Skiing Leach, Dennis John Football I, 2, 3 Captain 3 Basketball I, 2 The Hill '79 Leavitt, Christy' Modeling 2, 3 Squire V Singers 2 FFA I Lee, Barbara Lefebvre, Chris Drama Productions I, 2 Guitar 3 Lehtinen, Larry Lehtincn, Samuel. Lenz, Andre Little, Larry Young Life 2, 3 Swimming 2, 3 Squire Singers 3 Loh, Rodney' Baccaluureate Co- Chairperson 3 Swing Choir 3 Squire Singers I, 2, 3 Long. Shelley Lu, Hsiu Chen Ly, Thanh Basketball l Lydum Laurie' Pep Squad 3 Basketball I, 2 Softball I, 2 Track I Lyon, Mark Mac Aulay, Doug Mackenstadt, Debbie "Tex""' Swing Choir 3 Squire Singers I, 2. 3 Sohball I, 2, 3 Madison, Laurie Gymnastics I Maelircn, ichard Swimming I, 2, 3 Mann, Nancy Manning, Lance' SENTINEL I Soccer I Marshall, Candy KNl'lC'FM it Public Relations Director 2, 3 HERITAGE I, 2, 3 Mason, Kellie SK Y I May, James Vernon Football 2, 3 The Hill '79 Basketball 2, 3 MCA voy, Sherri " Fundraising Chairperson 32, Raider Rousers I McCarthy, Laurie "lce"' Softball 2, 3 Basketball 2, 3 Track 2, 3 McCarty, Sherri Wrestling Manager I KNHC-TV 3 Variety Show 2 McCoIe, Vic McCormick, Suzanne' McCoy, William McCray, Charmayne Disco Dancing McCree, Thu Van McDonald, Maurecn"'SENTINEL I Squires I McDonnell, Steve McGough, Shelly' Softball 2, 3 Christmas Dance Chairperson 3 Tennis I, 2 McGuire, Michael James Basketball I, 2, 3 Baseball I, 2, 3 SKY I SEBRAH 2 McNeil, Glen' Sr. Committees 3 Boy Scouts McRee, Thu Van Instrumental Music I, 2, 3 FEAST I, 2, 3 McVicar, Paul D. Prom Chairperson 3 Young Life 3 Medina, Sam Football I, 2, 3 Meier, Jay Soccer I, 2. 3 HERITAGE 2 Mele, John' Pep Squad 3 National Merit Semi Finalist 3 Drama Productions I. 2, 3 Merk, Jeffrey Mesler, Kristin' Miller, Janine' Volleyball 2 JA I, 2 Camp Fire I, 2, 3 Publicity I, 2, 3 Miller, Kathleen Miller, Steve Cross Country I, 2, 3 Track 2 Mitchell, Kathleen Mizumori, Nancy' Moe, Gary' Monls, Kelly' Sr. Secretary Treasurer 3 Gymnastics Manager 2, 3 Baseball Manager Moody, Patrick Moore, Patricia Morrison, Michael Mortimer, Robin' Cross Country l, 2. 3 .lr. Vice Pres. 2 Sr. Fundraising Chairperson Moulson, Bruce Track I, 2 SEBRAH I Mueller, Richard Mulvanny, Twyla Ticket Squad 3 Munro, Keith Skiing Soccer Murray, Jack"' Commencement Chairperson 3 Drama I Football Manager 2 Murray, Tom Basketball I, 2, 3 Beatles 2. 3 Track 3 KNHC-TV 3 Myers, Brian James Football 2, 3 the Hill '79 Nasr, Kevin Neal, Walter' Nehring, Paul Nelson, Sharleen' HERITAGE Staff 2, 3 Squire Singers I, 2, 3 Swing Choir 3 Nelson, Thomas Newberry, Julie FFA Vice President 3 Ng, Mark Nguyen, Khoan' Nichols, Brendan Nichols, Geoffrey' Cross Country 3 Track I, 2, 3 Drama Productions I Nulton, Lori, Skiing FEAST 2 0 Oakes. Pamela' ASNH Chairperson 'QQ Committees 3 Sohball 3 BSAC 3 Aber, Anthony Ondracek, Terri Squire Singers 2, 3 Swing Choir 3 Onishi, Eugene' Cross Country I, 2, 3 Track I, 2 Instrumental Music I, 2, 3 Ostler, Marcia' Ostrom, Gus J. Ostrom, James Russell Football 2, 3 SK Y I Ott, William BX' Soccer I, 2, 3 Ourada. Christine' Band I, 2, 3 Volleyball 2, 3 Horizon I, 2, 3 Overton, Eric' Oylear, Cally Carpentry Swimming 2 P Pabalate, Mary Palais, Julie' Honor Society Pres. 3 Swimming 2 SEBRA H I, 2, 3 Palmer, Mark Instrumental Music I, 2, 3 Pep AQ Marching Band I, 2, 3 Parashar, Rajan' Pattison, Colleen Paulson, Gregory Pennington., Ward Cross Country 2, 3 Track 2, 3 500 Mile Club 2 Peterson, Dana Peterson, Suzanne' Petherick, Steve Soccer I, 2, 3 Bowling Philbrick, Sherry Painting Phipps, Mary Basketball 2 Pingrey, Cheryl' Swimming I, 2, 3 Soccer I Co-Club Chairpenson 3 Polasik, Jim Football 2, 3 Instrumental Music 2, 3 Pollock, Betty International Club I Drill Team I, 2 Poole, Madeline Porter, Victoria Lee Pep Squad 3 SEBRAH 2, 3 Drama I, 2, 3 Prater, Brian Drama Productions I, 2. 3 Pravilz, Marcia' Greenlakc crew Swimming I, 2 Tennis l Pruss, Tim R Ralph, Martha' Track I, 2 Fundraising 2, 3 Girls Basketball Manager 2 Raman, Hema' Drama Productions 2 SK Y I, 2 Pazzak, Samia' Reed, Yolanda Gymnastics I, 2, 3 Track I, 2, 3 SAC 3 Reese, Erling Sun Valley Ski Trip I Reynolds, Susan Commencement Comm. 3 Squire Singers 2 Rice, Bob Shop I, 2, 3 Shop Forman 2, 3 Ross, Jeffrey Rotunna, Mike Baseball 2, 3 Roullier, Dale Drama Productions I KNHC-FM I Squire Singers I Rowell, Kevin Russell, Michael . Ryan, Kevin Drama Productions 2, 3 Ryan, Sheila Raider Rousers I, 2 Drama Productions I, 2 SEBRAH I Rybock, Ken' Swimming I, 2, 3 Cross Country 3 Chess 3 Saas, Jim D. KNHC-FM IProgram Directorl 3 KNHC-TV lProducerI 3 Drama Productions I Sacksteder, Annette Cross Country I, 2 Gymnastics I, 2 Pep Squad 3 Saito, Carolyn M. ASC I, 2, 3 P.E. I, 3 Sandwith, Scott Sceeles, Scott Schauer, Peter Schneider, Valerie Scholten, Doug Schubert, Marcel Schukar, Robert KNHC-FM A2 TV I, 2. 3 ' Drama Productions I, 2 Track 2, 3 Segal, Sharon' Swimming I Soccer I Pleasure Reading A2 Sleep Seguha, Kristina' Pep Squad 3 NC TE Rep. 2 SEBRAH 3 Mother fDaughter Tea 2 Seto, Synthia' ASNH Elections 3 Co-Club Spirit Chairperson 2 Squire Singers Shaffer, Steve Sharma, Nigel Sharma, Vinita Sharpe, "Frayed" Cross Country 2 Track 2. 3 Frisbee Scub Diving Skiing Shartner, Craig Wrestling 2. 3 Tennis I Skiing Boating Shewmaker, Jeff Cross Country Mgr. 2, 3 Track Mgr. I, 2, 3 Basketball Mgr. 2, 3 Shults, Irene Young Life Raider Rousers Swimming I, 2 SKY I, 2 Sickles, Randa ' Siegel, Dale Simonton, Holly ASNH ClubfCommittee Rep. 3 Co-Club Exchange Chairperson 3 Skahill, Cathy Squire Singers 2 Drama I International Club 2 Skoglund, Craig KNHC-TV 3 Sleister. Dianne Small, Deena Tolo Comm. 2 HERITAGE Staff 3 Photography Smith, Annette Smith, John E. SEBRAH 3 BSAC 3 ASNH Committees Athletics Smith, Ricky Snowdcn, Kenlynn' ASNH Secretary 3 Cross Country I, 2, 3 Track I, 2, 3 Solomon, Vance Sorbo, Gloria' ASNH Treasurer 3 Soph. Sec Treasurer I Co-Club I, 2 Spring, Kcllee' FEAST I, 2 Stern, Howard Swing Choir 3 Squire Singers I, 2, 3 FFA 2 Drama Productions I. 2, 3 Stern, Shari Stevens, Donovan Instrumental Music 3 Aviation Sto. Domingo, Eileen ASC 2, 3 JA 2 Stone, Ed KNHC-TV 2, 3 Cross Country Track 2 Strand, Christine Sullivan, Colleen' Sullivan, Ian' Sullivan, Tamra Raider Rousers I SKY I Suvan, Eric Utah Ski Trip I Swafford, Grady Jazz Ensemble I, 2, 3 KNHC-TV 3 Drama 3 Swanberg, Shawna' Swimming 1, 2, 3 Co- Captain 3 Raider Rousens I Swartz, James Todd Wrestling I, 2, 3 .IA I Sweeney, Nick Utah Ski Trip Swett, Barbara' HERITAGE Editor 3 Cap dc Gown Chairperson 3 T Tabell, Brian Tait, Brian Talbot, Bill' SEBRAH 2 The Hill '79 Tennis I, 2, 3 Captain 3 Tangalin, Mei- Lin SENTINEL Staff3 KNHC-TV Soccer 2, 3 Tankersley, Eric Tatman, Alexander Lyons' Christian I, 2, 3 Pep Squad 3 The Hill '79 Terrell, Alma Thielman, Hans H. Student Union 3 Drama Productions 2 SEBRAH 2 Thomas, Gordon Aviation ti Auto Mechanics Flying Small Airplanes Thomas, R. Larry' Cross Country I FFA 2 Calvary Fellowship Thomassen, Scott' The Hill '79 Thompson, Kelley Ann' Rachel Raider I KNHC-TV 2, 3 Squire Singers I, 2 Tidwell, Maryann Toner, Ed Tran, Bach Tyet' Turner, Allyn Tyo, Bernie U Usher, Jamie Swimming 2 Co-Club Spirit Comm. Chairperson 3 V Van Der Maas, Sonja' Van Gelder, Karen Instrumental Music I, 2, 3 Japan '79 Van Gelder, Sandy Cross Country 3 Track 2, 3 Band I, 2, 3 Swimming Mgr. 3 Van Licr Lels, Marieke Exchange Student 3 Tennis 3 International Club 3 Sailing Van Otegham, Sari' ASNH Assemblies 3 Instrumental Music I, 2, 3 HERITAGE 2 Vold, Jacqueline Squire Singers 3 Instrumental Music I Drawing de Painting W Waddingham, Dan Cross Country 2, 3 Track I, 2, 3 Waddingham, Julie' Sokball I, 2, 3 Co- Club JZ ASNH Publicity Chairperson 3 Wade, John Walker, Gregory Wallace, Liz Instrumental Music I, 2, 3 Basketball 2 Co-Club 3 Fife :ft Drum Corps Walsh, Sharon HERITAGE 2, 3 Class Activity Committees I, 2, 3 Comm. Chairperson 2, 3, Drama Production Crew I, 2, SENTINEL 2 Wans, Gary Cross Country I, 2 Track I Carpentry Ward, Mike V.' Football 2, 3 Baseball 2, 3 Ward, Salena Squire Singers I, 2 Horseback riding Skiing Warner, Karin Weatherly, Denise Webb, Burke Wehl, Caroline Welch, Mike Athletics Football Westley, Daniel SEBRAH 2 SENTINEL I HERITAGE 3 Whelan, Dan' Soccer 1, 2, 3 Bowling I Whetham, Tonya' SAC 3 Tennis I Wiedmann, Roderick Williams, Michele Natfl. Merit AZ I Commended Student Station Mgr. 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