Seward High School - Marathon Yearbook (Seward, AK)

 - Class of 1973

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Table of Contents 'X -w--vw-+an..,...,....,.4.-.L..,,......Y - Mr. Jim Martin, Principal. Administration Mrs. Barbara Bagron, Secretary. OFFICE AIDES-Sherry Lindley, Arden Whitmore Robin Webster, Susia Amend, and Sheri Whitethorn Seated-Mrs. Barbara Bagron, Secretary. Not pictured Beckie johnson, Office Aide. Sponsored by THE URIES Kitchen Staff Mrs. Katie Hill, head of the kitchen staff, and Mrs. Lois Munson. Mr. John Hill and Mr. Robert Treharne janitorial Staff Sponsored by BOB'S MARKET lNIile 1Zl and NEW SEWARD HOTEL 'KY fm Un QFUH' W WEIR H. BELL Classes: Blology, Chemlstry, and Flsherles. Sponsor of Class of 473. DOUGLAS B. CAPRA Classes: English l, II, III, IV. Sponsor of Class of '76, and Drama Club. -"' f gz' ' ---Q', ..'. i ' KPI : ,:::'q', , 'biz DALE B. CLEMENS .": ."'i H g: '.... Z f ..-", - - .... Clrrrrrr BOYS, Phyrrrrl Educrrlonr -.., ' V ' Ad d Ph ' lEd ' d h"f :QQ VHHCC Yslca UCHUOIL rr -, - -..-N Q .. . 3 .N.,- Wg-gigs ::- 1 H -P '1--,,. f " ,AE-,3.,.s.. . J., V' -":5 ',:, , f.s!..fl " -il'-'Engl spa ,n ' 9 ' ss. 1.1"-1, 1 N Drlver S Educatulnu Sporror Of BOYS Irrrrrrrrrl Sports, 3 I. , V -. ,," ' Q -.... fr -,I 1 S "' Lettermen's Club, and Coach of ' - . .. , if - .. :Q ....,,, :L b rbqn Varslty Basketball. "'r ' A ' f L ..' , 'rrr ii-Wkwsrrr .. . : ' K 1 ' + rs" r. s w : fri .::' 2. 1 :- .--J' '..,! H , A I ,r-f, . : V -. "" 1, ' l , x":: i n -r-" ' rseo. of . ,..,. q .., as L assas Sponsored by JAD ALASKA SALES L .wg ..... .C C WARREN D. CRAWFORD Classes: Earth Science, Biology, ff and General Mathematics. Sponsor of Class of 475, and Coach of Freshmen Basketball and Cross-Country. . iw MARVIN E. CRISP Classes: High School Chorus and All-School Band. JUNE M. DANIEL Classes: Homemaking, Coed Home- making, Marriage and Family Living, and Girls' Physical Education. Sponsor of Class of 473, FHA, and Girls' Intramural Sports. Sponsored by SEWARD TRAVEL CENTER and LEGION CAB fills if., i D'h x C ,,l: W. S. DANIEL Classes: Psychology,Sociology, if .E K Counselor. ,FREE Stl? Sponsor of Student Council. iw AQ ll 2 g 1 ROBERT B. HILL Classes: Introduction to Shop, and Basic Mechanics. Sponsor of Class of 474. QIOANNE C. HGOGLAND Classes: Librarian and Library Science and MMARATHONT Sponsored by ESTES BROS. STORE 84 GARAGE and Sponsor of Class of t75, Honor Society, DONALD I. MAI 5+ ' 1 if L Classes: Gen er al Math, .-E-Mt I' LEE E. POLESKE Classes: United States History and Government, and Spanish. Sponsor of Class of '74. w i Algebra I Sz II, and Geometry. Sponsor of Class of 476 and Girls' Basketball Coach. Sponsored by CITY EXPRESS ALEX S. RULE Class: Art ,I M DANIEL B. SEAVEY Classes: Social Studies Survey, Environmental Education, Alaska History, and Current History. Sponsor of Class of '73. SHARON J. TRABER f sifs A Classes: English I, ll, III, and IV. A Sponsor of "Seward's Follyf' Pep Club Concessions, and Cheerleaders. FRANK E. VANEK and Simulated Office Practice. Sponsor of Class of '74 and Business Club. Sponsored by SEAVEY'S KANYON KENNELS and WALT GREENE'S CHARTER BOAT "MUSKWA Classes: Typing, Bookkeeping, V Q,a.t4.9.Q.., S1195-1nA2 "Learn wisdom from the pupil of the eye that looks upon all things and yet, to self is blind. " Class Vice President 1 Intramural Sports 3,4 Student Council Treasurer 3 Drama Club 4 FHA 3,4 Chorus 1,2 President 4 PCP Club 1,2 AMBITION: College ummm A f7"Ll6Cf f also "I wouldn't do it ifl wasn't going to do it right. " junior Government Day City Manager 3 Boys' State 3 Government Contest Winner 3 Folly Staff4 Varsity Wrestling 1,2,3,4 Varsity Wrestling Captain 4 Weight Lifting 1,2,3,4 Honor Society 3 4 Lettermen's Club 2 4 Lettermen's Club Secretary Intramural Sports 1,2,3,4 Treasurer 4 Student Council President 4 Pep Club 4 Student Council Vice President 4 National Merit Semi Class President 3 Finalist 4 AMBITION: Law School. L "Wishful thinking Drama Club 4 Fl-IA 4 Intramural Sport Basketball 4 Science Fair 4 Class Secretary 3 AMBITION: Do is not successful doing s 4 ctor cl "Born a fisherman, die a fisherman. " Wrestling 1,2 Manager 2 Pep Club 1,2,3 AMBITION: Fisherman. A v Qwffffi "Lie is agame, so play it right. " Bowling 1,2,3,4 Bicycle Race 3 Music 1,2 Sgt. of Arms 4 Intramural Sports 3,4 Alaska Boys' State 3 AMBITION: College. 77,6 "To live is the way I want to live Wrestling 1 Bowling 3,4 Drama Club 4 Intramural Sports 1,2,3,4 Pep Club 1,2,3,4 Sgt. of Arms 2 Lettermc-:n's Club 2,3,4 AMBITION: Mechanic. Sponsored by MARATHON FUEL SERVICE vv "Smile, and lqfe becomes easy to live with. " Intramural Sports 1,2,3,4 junior Varsity Wrestling 2 Varsity Wrestling 4 Co-Captain 4 Cross-Country 1 Basketball 1 AMBITIONI To Work in Alaska. A go to college and to live and A We Chorus 2,3,4 Drama Club 4 Pep Club 1,2,3,4 Folly Staff 3,4 Track 2 V 4406! ,......-.H .,, ,1- "Everything that God created is good for the purpose for which it was createdwnan can only misp Folly Staff 3 Band 1,2,3,4 Treasurer 4 Drama Club 4 AMBITION: -EBM "I understand and I must be ready Cross Country 3 Pep Club 3 Drama Club 4 President 4 AMBITION: College. S A ioos N xxx "' -82,4-,Z lace that purpose. " To enjoy being a Christian. Sponsored by MOOSE PASS INN 81 GARAGE A 'V A UMM it UMW "Fm tired of trying to be something I know ain't me, I, I'm tired of living up to whatpeople expect me to be. Savoy Brown Basketball 1 Lettermenls Club 3,4 Junior Varsity Basketball 2,3 Pep Club 1,2,3,4 Varsity Basketball 3 School Play 3 Track 2 Folly Staff 2 Intramural Sports 1,2,3,4 Asst. Editor 2 AMBITION: Travel around the world. v A .---"'?? Zif "T", "My ambition is to live life to its fullest extentg it's the only one I'11e got. " Band 1,2,3,4 Pep Band 1,2,3,4 Chorus 2,3,4 Pep Club 3 AMBITION: To be free! A Qex XQC' "Far away, there in the sunshine, are my highest aspirations. I may not reach them, butl can look up and see their beauty, believe in them, and try to follow where they lead. " Intramural Sports 2,3,4 Drama Club 4 Marathon Staff 1,2,3,4 School Play 3,4 Pep Club 1,2,3,4 GAA 1 Pep Club Treasurer 3,4 Folly staff 3 Class Representative 1 Business Club 3 Class President 4 AMBITION: To fulfill as many of my dreams as I can. V Sponsored by THE PRINT SHOP 1 i A E "The wise think before they say, the fools say before they think. " Junior Varsity Basketball 1 Varsity Basketball 2,3,4 Cross Country 2,3,4 Track 2 Lettermen's Club 3,4 Intramural Sports 1,2,3,4 AMBITION: College A Band 1,2,3,4 Band President 3,4 Chorus 1,2 Bowling League 4 Folly Staff 2,4 Pep Club 2,3,4 V "Fishermen are forever. " Intramural Sports 1,2,3,4 AMBITION: Own a fishing boat. WMM Bowling League 2,3 AMBITION: ? 177 fC'-AQGX ones Basketball 1 Student Council Entertainment junior Varsity Basketball 2 Manager 4 Varsity Basketball 3,4 Pep Club 1,2,3,4 Co-Captain 4 Lettermen's Club 4 Intramural Sports l,2,3,4 Vice President 4 AMBITION: Marine Diesel Mechanic. Q "I don 't care anything about reasons, but I know what I like. " Pep Club 1,2,3 Folly Staff 1,2 Marathon 1,2,3 Color Guard 2,3 Intramural Sports 2,3 AMBITION: Beautician E- ww ui "The sword was mightier than the pen in the beginning, and so shall it be in the end. " Basketball 1 Track 1,2,3 Junior Varsity Basketball 1,2 Intramural Sports 1,2 Varsity Basketball 2.3,4 Lettermen,s Club 3,4 Co-Captain 4 Folly Staff 3 Cross-Country 1 Student Council V. Pres. 3 AMBITION: Drive in the LeMans, College, and see the U. S. on motorcycle. 1 fwefntgz J Jeb!! "A smile and a kind word breed Junior Varsity Cheerleader 1 Varsity Cheerleader 3 Intramural Sports 1,2,3,4 Class Vice President 3 Marathon Staff 2 Folly Staff 3,4 happiness. " Bowling League 1,2,3,4 Pep Club 1,2,3,4 Band 1,2,3 Chorus 1,4 Business Club 3 Basketball 2 AMBITION: To go to College in the South. A "I was cut out to be an angel, but somebody threw the pattern away. " Cross-Country Manager 4 Class Sgt.-at-Arms 1 junior Government Day Fire Chief 3 Varsity Basketball Manager 2,3,4 "Most School Spirit" 3,4 "Best All Around" 4 "Friendliest"4 AMBITION: Auto Technician. Lettermen's Club 2,3,4 President 4 Pep Club 1,2,3,4 President 4 Basketball 1 Intramural Sport Chorus 1,2,3,4 Track 1 s 1,2,3,4 Sponsored by D REAM LAND BOWL VC A "It is not what he has, or even what he does which expresses the worth ofa rnan, but what he is. " Junior Varsity Cross-Country 2 Lettermen's Club 4 Varsity Cross-Country 3,4 Intramural Leader 4 Junior Varsity Basketball 2,3 Chorus 3 Varsity Basketball 4 Class Vice President 4 Intramural Sports 3,4 Boys, State 3 AMBITION: To be happy! L 2 A fffiew Junior Varsity Basketball 3 Junior Varsity Wrestling 3 Intramural Sports 3,4 Bowling League 4 AMBITION: ? 'Y 5' awp "Wishing does not bring success and waiting does not bring success. You must work ifyou will win and keep striving to obtain it." Intramural Sports 1,2,3,4 Business Club 3,4 Chorus 1 Basketball 2,3,4 Drama Club 4 Bowling League 3 Pep Club 1,2,3,4 AMBITION: College Sponsored by PIONEER CAB-EVELYN '81 ERNIE ESTEL I ,f' ' I oi-7 4' 4 "Bite the hand that bleeds you!" Intramural Sports 1,2,3,4 Cross-Country 1 Basketball 1 Track 1,2 Lettermenls Club 2,3,4 Pep Club 1,2,3,4 Varsity Wrestling 1,2,3 Chorus 1,2,3 Student Council President 4 Folly Staff 4 A Hama Basketball 1 Cross-Country 1 Track 2 Intramurals 1,2,3 Pep Club 4 AMBITION: ? A AMBITION: To live, love, and enjoy life! good repute and dignity are men ofgood will Bowling League A3,4 Intramural Sports 3,4 F Olly Staff 4 junior Varsity Basketball 2,3 Varsity Basketball 4 AMBITION: See the world ' Sponsored by SEWARD FISHERIES, INC. 'fMen ofgood will are always at peaceg men of A WOWHD "Some of my best friends are my friends. " junior Varsity Cheerleader 4 Drama Club 4 Chorus 1,2 Folly Staff 4 Pep Club 1,2,4 Intramural Sports 1 Marathon Racing Team 1 President's Physical Fitness Award 1,2,3,4 AMBITION: Study Agricultural Sciences. A 351 "Work fascinates meg I could sit and watch it all day. " Intramural Sports 1,2,3,4 Lettermen's Club 2,3,4 Basketball 1 Junior Varsity Basketball 2 Track 1,2 Cross-Country 1,2 AMBITION: Body, Fender, 84 Paint Technician. V M7-LM "DO it!" Basketball 1 Track 2 Intramural Sports 2,3,4 Folly Staff 4 Class Officer 2 Bowling League 4 AMBITION: Make a million y A Sponsored by THE ALASKA SHOP . Lk! . Q "Is it so small a thing to have have thought, to have done? junior Varsity Cheerleader 1 H Varsity Cheerleader 2 Class President 1 Student Council Entertain- ment Manager 3 Business Club 3 Business Club Secretary 3 Intramural Sports 1,2,3,4 AMBITION: To have something to do, someone to love, and something to hope for. Cl.-A laughed, to have loved, to A QRuvuYx:zrx, Gymnastics 1,2 Bowling League 1,2,3,4 Marathon Staff4 Pep Club 1,2,3,4 Pep Club Vice President 3 Basketball 2,3 GAA 1 School Play 3 Ulf a man does not keep pace with his companions, perhaps it is because he listens to a different drummer. Let him step to the music which he hears however measured or far away. " AMBITION: To be Skipper of my own ship. A v Q " Gmawwoc "Enter by the narrow gate, for the gate is wide and the way is easy that leads to destruction and those who jqnd it are many. But the gate is narrow and the way is hard that leads to life and those who -End it are few. "--Matthew 13 Intramural Sports 2,3,4 Student Council Enter- tainment ,Manager 4 Business Club 4 Business Club Secretary 4 Pep Club 2,3,4 AMBITION: Bookkeeper -Accountant. Basketball 2 School Play 3 Folly Staff 4 Class Treasurer 3 Class Secretary 4 Sponsored by SEWARD DRUG ' A lalx-umarellq "You can 't expect to leave footprints on the sands of time by sitting down. " Government Day Chorus 1 Council Member 3 Pep Club 1,2,3,4 Presidential Physical Honor Pep Club 4 Fitness Award 3 Class Treasurer 4 Marathon Book Salesman 1,4 Intramural Sports 1,2,3,4 Folly Staff 3 Teacher's Aide 3,4 Gymnastics 1,3 AMBITION: P. E. Teacher. "The truth is easy to know, but ahg how dfjqcult to follow it. " Intramural Sports 1,2,3,4 Bowling League 2,3,4 Business Club 3 Pep Club 1,2,3,4 Chorus 3 Marathon Staff 1,2,3 GAA 1,2 AMBITION: Airline Career. thaw' "Every man has three Characteristicsg that which he exhibits, that which he has, and that which he thinks he has. " Varsity Wrestling 2,3 Intramural Sports 2,3,4 Lettermen's Club 3,4 Pep Club 2,3,4 Bowling League 2,3,4 President 4 AMBITION: ? ' Sponsored by The WHITETHORN'S lLIoyd, Darlene, Mike, and Sheri! Once Upon A Time . 3. -4. N.. 5:55 fair, 5.-,.:. fs Q' . . ,,,,,: ,h,.. , . .-I X s 5 i ,...,..,.. - . J. K . K . Q. "" ' 5 A a fw e i iii ri ifwf-5 . N ' . vrie N ' . i N552 '. , : . - sskiwiviisliiiih ligne ' - .. . . ttf 5. W 2-. A LM 'Sw' rf- ks W- is s . 'Q is 1 12 I . . V 1 Q Q Q . .. R X.. "5f'ii'?53i5ff:lf. X - x 5 N X s 'N sv s. .. " , - ig. .sl-2... ,. ..:.:ie . 'i+sss5w ' 0 .... a s L... ... . ,nl ,Q MQ.. ... . f.. l Ks- ,. E ., NZ ' ,ff S w 3 .4 nn 5 ' 1. Mike Jones 2. Jerry Evett 18. 3. Brent Mahan 19. 4-. David Anderson 20. 5. Cathy Fish 21 . 6. Kim Kowalski 22. 7. Mike Grunert 23 8. Virginia Daquil 24 9. Fletcher Thorne 25 10. Tim Shea 26 11. Tara Jones 27 12. Kenny Blatchford 28 13. Jim Martin 29 14. David Hatch 30 15. Barbara Peterson 31 16. Hans Peterson 32 17. Patsy Werner 33 Paul Downs Jenny Skinner jenny Kenaston Burl Reynolds Kimo Knighten Dan Campbell Carmen Ronne Burner Anderson llep Porter Camille Stephens Cathy Wajda Tom Sawyer joe Lemas Joyce Wemark Mike Whitethorn Kevin Dunham Sponsored by CLARY-PIONEER INSURANCE AGENCY S '7 09 WTS. :Y 1: :ex- if ki . 'i:s:f?' K' N. . wi.-iw.-1 ,-.., Q-. ,. -QSM-.1-.. i 121.--wggm A- -- -1 4- .5 iz.. i 1- gr, ,......,.. D N ix. . .. A ' s5SWzSr:w15g5Q - . Qwim. Q . M -A .., Q. I -'-' wb, . W - J-,-v.. '1 - X ' " , ff, S :L L 11,. MLA J 3 a ,AA L 1 4. A 5 Q: 1 , , .iii lm kj", ,X A Sufi my A RQ g QU. fx A x 5 . 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Back row: Stanley liemas, Brent Mahan, Kim Kowalski, Kevin Dunham and David Hatch. In the fall of 1961, S. H. Sfs Class of '73 got started, largely made up of Gene Anderson, Kevin Dunham, Cathy Fish, David Hatch, Tara Jones, jenny Kcnaston, Kim Kowalski, Stanley Lemas, Brent Mahan, Barbara Peterson, Hans Peterson, Carmen Ronne, Tim Shea, Jenny Skinner, Joyce Wemark, and last, but not least, Patsy Werner. During the years many classmates were added to the class. David Anderson joined them in the second grade. Third grade brought Kenny Blatchford and Jerry Evett. The fourth grade was a quiet year with no new additions. The fifth grade made up for the previous year by bringing Kimo Knighten and Mike Jones. Richard Hibbetts joined the class in the sixth grade, and Harold, fllepj, Porter made it on time to finish out that year. Burl Reynolds joined this growing class in the seventh grade. Sam Banic joined the class in the eighth grade. High school brought many new faces in the form of Paul Downs, Mike Grunert, and Camille Stephens arriving for their Freshman year. jim Martin, Tom Sawyer, and Mike Whitethorn were the new additions for the Sophomore year. Their Junior year brought Dan Campbell, Virginia Daquil, Erie Olsen, and Joan Speeking, completing S. H. S.'s Class of 1973. Sponsored by FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF ANCHORAGE. SEWARD BRANCH and BAY CITY MOTORS D 3-41.-f f-5Q,r.,,a, ,, M-New Class 19 4 Brenda Stephens, Treas.g Luke Moore, V. Pres., Sam Daniel, Pres. Rick McKay, S. C. Rep.g and Meggin Dunham, Sec. Susie Amend Susie Anderson Rosie Baeklund Dallifl Biilflwill Dori Bardarson James Blake liosernary Bl2llPllf0I'fl Steve Branson Cath ' liuehanan Vir fil Cam Jbell Mark Cau hran 3 , K Si I 3 , --.. " Q . ll. . Q . gi- my .2 f. 1. f. Sponsored by SEWARD DIVERS Merry, IVIike, and Crewl "We start at the top and work down." Sam Uunicl David Erldrvscn Dflvld DWI' AlPgg1l1 Dunham BCH Faust jcrrv Flllingim x .K x Mikc Fillingim -s 5, X Nvlissa Fylcs jamps Hill Betty Hatch Penny Hvckcl Rick lloogland Hohner Jacobson Sponsored by KENAI SHEETIVIETAL gl HEATING CO., INC. 5 t Beckie Johnson Sherry Lindley Louie March Larol Johnson Llllda Kargcs jonnie Lynch . 1 il! fix Carol Leirer Andy Malnard Rick Nlcliay Luko MODIS Rocky Morgan Porter Luther Rlchle Sponsored by CHUCK'S PLUMBING AND HEATING Kc-x in ltonne Mike Stanley Brenda Stephens Eric Walker Bill Simpson Cheryl Sires Josh Stetson John Williams .luflfi Wlllliimb Robert Taylor Robin Webster Sheri Whitethorn Teresa Zimmerman Sponsored by SEWARD BUILDING SUPPLY l r l . , Susie Audette Linda Backlund Andia Banie Class of 1975 Tim Branson .Si cw e' iillfililfliill Front: Dan Dieckgraeff, Pres.g Barbie Viale,Viee Pres. Middle: Linda Oldow, S. C. Rep.gPam Shea, See. Back: Arden Whitmore, Treas.g Dan Painter, Sgt. at Arms. ggi Mike Clemens Bobby Cordova R6X Df1ViS Sponsored by IVICKINLEY BUS LINES CBOB GRINDEFU g Fran lJc'Nl1pliis Daflifll Dif3CkgI'H0ff lA':'XllllLl liuflwooll Debbie Erchingcfr Linda Estes Lynftltc- Faust Flip Foldager Judie Gibbs Willie Giles If .5 5 Q ' 8 Q Q l,.'N w H, fa X Wx gf lv , T113 .l , b . 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Front: Sandy Mc- Cauley, Sec.g Ed Endresen, Sgt.-at-Armsg and Stephanie Jones, Treas. f f v--:J R in Y Paul Backlund asia.. 2 Anita Baldwin Dan Bell Neil Anderson Patrick Audette X is M 5 all Q A .L -1 -1 - , SQHQS. . .. if -.aw X, X Q- as ... WMA 7 ' David Campbell Kim Campbell Sponsored by SEWARD TRADING CO., INC. Hjalmar Christiansen 'lzfain Haus Tony Cordova Q8-NJ Diane Dickinson Q""j'P' ii?1ff'i.'4'- it 5 - ' ,..,. ,L Q Patti D ovlc 'PFD- xl .. K. gi Q35-X Tammy Daken julia Endrcsen Richard Erchingcr Gail Evctt Shelli Fleming Vicki Gilgg Sponsored by BROWN 81 HAWKINS iw 4 5, A Brad Gilman Douglas Greer Debra Gutierrez Liz Gutierrez Stephanie jones Margaret Lechner Valerie Libkuman Kent Lmdsey Lharles Lostlen Erie Lucason Loren l,m'-uson Sponsored by SEWARD MACHINE SHOP A22 4' Z Qriayno Morgan Jean Martin Sandra McCau'ley Ronetta McConnell .Qnn in justin Moore Vkri ' ,f vo Myron Moore Mary Murray N101 Murawsky David Nelqon Theresa Nord Sara Nicolet Sponsored by STAR PRODUCTS, INC. lNIiIe 1WD TESORO GAS.a OIL -Q-'X 'WSI7' Ricky Quackenbush Charlottr: Wheeler Jean Simpson David Reynolds Jon Stetson Susie Urbach Gary Zimmerman Sponsored by URBACH'S Cheri Simpson Star' Kevin Walker Jackie Sacaloff Perry Zimmerman Marathon Staff STAFF-Front row: Meggin Dunham, Becky Noel, Editor Sheri Whitethorn, Jim Martin, and Kevin Dunham. Back row: Debbie Thorne, Susie Anderson, Beckie Johnson, Ann Whitmore, and Assistant Editor Arden Whitmore. Not pictured: June Williams. BOOK 81 AD SALESMEN: Joyce Wemark, Susie Urhach, Teresa Nord, Arden Whitmore, Anna Porter, and Sheri Whitethorn. Not pictured: Kimo Knighten, Andy Mainard, Meggin Dunham, Carol Johnson, Teresa Zimmerman, and Linda Estes. Sponsored by POLAR DIVERS of ALASKA Uohn, Sue, and Charlie! s lune Daniel. Future Homemakers of America he Kowalski. xtltlkllf. The Seward Chapter of the Future Homemakers of America presented the Emblem Service at the State Conven- tion in Anchorage. While at the convention, they received a first place award for their name tags that were designed by Kim Campbell. Some of the activities that the F. H. A. were involved in were acting as hostesses for Career Day and the Senior Citizens Christmas Dinner, and making and selling sandwiches during several of the school lunch hours to earn money to pay for their trip to Anchorage to the convention. Front row: Historian-Recorder Virginia Daquil, Treasurer Susie Audette, and Parliamentarian Karen Moore. Second row: Vice President Pam Shea, Brenda Stephens, Lynette Faust, Carol John- son, President 'Iudie Cibbs, June Williams, Fran lJeNuptiis, and Barbie Viale. Not pictured: Camille Stephens and Secretary Rosa Business Club The Seward lligh School Business Club promotes activities which reinforce knowledges, understandings, and skills which are developed in the business classes. Students who have had typing and have had or are taking another business subject are eligible for membership. Also. those first-year typing students who rank high at the end of the third quarter may be invited to join the club. During the N72-73 school year. four mem- bers ol' the Club took part in the State Business Contests held in Wasilla. Tara jones placed second in the Ten-key Adding Nlaehine. fourth in llookkeeping and received honorable men- tion in Spelling and Typing Il. Paul Iiaeklund tied for third in Typing I and Virginia llaquil received honorable mention in Typing ll and Spelling. The officers of the organization were: Tara jones, president, Anna Porter. vice president: and Cathy Wajda. secretary. Nlr. Frank Yanek was the advisor. Front: Tara jones. First row: Robin Webster, Cathy Wajda, and Virginia lla- quil. Second row: Cathy Buchanan, Teresa Zimmerman, and Anna Porter. Nlr. Frank Vanek, Advisor. Sponsored by MONTY RICHARDSON'S CHARTER BOAT SERVICE "IRISH LORD" and FO'C'S'LE DINING ROOM First row: Sheri Whitethorn, Violeta Daquil, and Chuckie Lechner. Second row: Mike Rule, Cindy Bell, Beckie Richardson, Susie Hill, ey, Director, Mr. Marvin Crisp, Steve Branson, David Hatch, Ronnetta McConnell, Cheri McCauley, Mary Murray, and SlesLenQanl.ey. Third row: James Ashley, Steven Dieckgraeff, Bill McCauley, and Paul Downs. Not pictured: Jerry Evett, Sam Daniel, Ann Whitmore, Arden Whitmore, Sandy McCauley, Susie Urbach, Karen Honne, David Dieckgraeff, Kevin Erchinger, and Doug Lechner. All-School Band -L fr .. ig. , 6 y R . 7 fig . 1 W' A: TW basketball games, also. together in a large mass band. played in a large mass band. The All-School Band, under the direc tion of Mr. Marvin Crisp performed three concerts this year. They played at some The Seward Music Department hosted the peninsula music festival this year Schools from all over the peninsula came and played individual numbers, and then The band traveled to Anchorage for the WDAHSAA Music Festival 1n April They played two numbers and also Seward High School Chorus First row: Debbie Gutierrez, joan Speaking, Brenda F rump, Sharon Simonds, and Sherry Lindley. Second row: Kevin Ronne, Judie Gibbs, Linda Estes, jerry Evett, Barbie Viale, Becky Noel, and Dan Dieckgraeff. Third row: Tony Maloney, Penny Heckel, Pam Shea, Carrie Zentmire, Director, Mr. Marvin Crisp, Linda Karges, Rosemary Blatchford, Brenda Stephens, and John Williams, Are you camera-shy joan? .,,.. CC 1 . 1- v , Xu ! V51 Y 'ln ff Sponsored by McMULLEN'S Drama Club fij-rwnf1M K is Y First row: Jim Ilill, Dan Dieekgraeff, Mike Rule, and Mark Gaughran. Second row: Debbie Erchinger, Debbie Gutierrez, Susie Audette, Sandy McCauley, Virginia Daquil, Becky Noel, Debbie Thorne, and Tammy Daken. Third row: Pam Shea, Judie Gibbs, Brenda Stephens, Cathy Fish, Lynette Faust, Susie Anderson, Barbie Viale, and Kim Campbell. Fourth row: Sponsor Mr. Gapra, Rick McKay, l,eAnna Eastwood, Dori liardarson, Meggin Dunham, Rosie Baeklund, and Gherrie Sires. Not pictured: Dan Campbell, Joan Speaking, Liz Gutierrez, Quayne Morgan, and Julia Endresen. f rj 'A .1 f' f -Z ligk' X7 Y X4- J f K , Treasurer Gherrie Sires, Secretary joan Specking, Vice President Rosie Backlund, and President Dan Campbell. .flip g 0 A This winter the Drama Club opened up their year with the production of The Hobbit by J. R. Tolkein. The fun for the drama club began in October with blocking rehearsals and script reading. From there they advanced to run-throughs and memorization of parts and places. Then came the last week and with dress rehearsals. Finally opening night arrived. Mr. Capra, the director, is giving a helping hand with last minute jobs and instructions to his crew. The five minute signal is given and the actors quietly file backstage from the dressing rooms. The assistant director, Paul Downs, is overseeing last minute details while David Endresen, the stage manager, is handing out props. Suddenly the stage area is quiet. Utter silence backstage. The music swells, the sitar music starts and Rick lVlcKay, the effects man, gives the signal. The play is on! It opens with Bilbo Baggins, Ulm llillj, the Hobbit sitting outside his home enjoying his three breakfasts. Then Gandalf, tDan Campbellj, steps out on the apron and proceeds to turn Hobbit Town upside-down by mentioning adventure, a forbidden word. Ilobbits, tTara Jones, Brenda Stephens, and Julia Endresenj, look out from the curtain then return to their homes to lock their doors and bolt their windows. Bilbo enters his house, Gandalf enters, and the curtains are opened by Tammy Daken. Now the Dwarves arrive. They are the cause of this adventure. They are determined to regain their lost treasure. Dwalin, fCathy Fishy, arrives first. Soon after comes Balin, fDori Bardarsonj, the oldest of the dwarves. Then comes Nori, Olike Rulej, followed by Fili, QDebbie Gutierrezj, and Kili, fliiz Gutierrezj, the dwarf twins, with Bombur, fSharon Andersonj, Bifur, QDiann Diekinsonj, Bofur, fSandy Meilauleyj, and Thorin, fCherrie Siresj, falling last through the door. From here the play leads to Fili and Kili losing the supplies and ponies. Bilbo is sent to the Trolls, fRosie Baeklund, Meggin Dunham, and Debbie rlllltlfllj, for food. The trolls are turned to stone and Gandalf presents Bilbo and Thorin with two ancient elfish blades which the trolls had stolen. In the next scene the dwarves and Bilbo are in the goblin cave fighting for their lives. The goblins retreat at the sight of Thorinis blade. The dwarves retreat and leave Bilbo who is unconscious, overlooking him in the excitement. Bilbo meets Gollum, the slimy creature from the deep, and aquires his magic ring. Ile is reunited with his friends and Gandalf leaves the group after leaving careful instructions. The next act opens in Mirkwood forest where the dwarves and Bilbo are captured by wood elves while trying to get supplies. The people of Mirkwood trust no one. The dwarves are placed in the Queen's dungeon only to escape by hiding in the wine barrels. Next we find them at the secret entrance to the treasure. Bilbo is about to enter when the Elven Queen comes along for her share of the treasure. A further complication is that she has the only blade by which Smaug, the dragon who has stolen the treasure, can be slain. Gandalfreturns in lilne to patch up differences and Bilbo and Thorin leave to slay Smaug. Bilbo gets Smaug to expose his bare patch and Thorin strikes the fatal blow. Their goal is accomplished. The treasure is diyided between those who rightfully deserve it and all return home to live happily ever after. So ends the Drama 72-73's performance, and many thanks to Mr. Gapra for a job well done. The Hobbit Student Council ' "Qi5. i l be P Entertainment Manager Nlike jones, Treasurer Cherrie Sires, Entertainment Manager Cathy Wajda, Sgt.-At-Arms Bill Simpson, Secretary Rosie Backlund, junior Mayor Dori Bardarson, First Semester Vice President and Second Semester President jim Martin, and Second Semester Vice President Brent Mahan. Not pictured: First Semester President Hep Porter. ella . E ont row. P rcshman Representative Richard Erchlnger, Sophomore Representative Linda Oldow, and Senior Rep- resentative Tara jones. Back row: Freshman President David Reynolds, Sophomore President Dan Dieckgraeff, Junior Representative Rick McKay, and Senior President Cathy Fish. Not pictured: junior President Sam Daniel. A x ,mf , Qllli' Burner swings! I ! I! Student Council Activities Seward High School had a very active Student Council this year. After numerous money-making projects, they raised money to purchase the eight green and gold chairs that are now in the school foyer. Their main money- making project was the pop machine, filled by liill Simpson. Their first activity was the Christmas Ball that was held on December 21 in the Multi-purpose room. It was decor- ated in Christmas style, and the evening was enjoyed by all in attendance. 'LThe Tendril," a band from Kenai, played for the dance. The Councilis second activity of the year was a two-day Winter Carnival that was held in March. The winners of the various activities were as follows: Ice Cube Eating Contest-Senior boys, flievin Dunham, Kenny Blatchford, and Mike Jonesj. Tug of War-Sophomore Class. Cross-Country Ski Race-Joe Gutierrez. Balloon Stomp-Betty l-latch. Human Dog Sled Racef Freshman Class. Snowshoe Race-David Nelson. Piggy-Back Race-Bernie Fillingim and Tony Cordova. Do-nut holes and hot chocolate were sold during the activities. Susie takes offlllll .rr 'i .... --a' l Mary Murray in actionlllllll Kenny, don't just look at it. eat it! Rosa and Ann shout the Sophomore Class to victory in the Tug-of-War contest. Sweetheatis Ball 1973 ,rat asf?-yy The Sweetheartis Ball, sponsored annually by the Sophomore Class, was held on January 27 from 8 until 12 oceloek this year. "The 'I'endril," a band from Kenai, played for the dance. Une ot' the features of this yearis ball was a broom dance. ln this dance, a guy walks over to another guy that is dancing, hands him a broom, and then starts to dance with the girl that was dancing with the other guy. This was the ingenious idea of one of the chaperones, Mrs. Barbara llagron. The highlight of the evening was the time King, Brent Mahang Queen, Debbie Erchingerg Prince, Jim Martin, and Princess, Anna Porters were presented with their crowns by Cricket. and Shannon Pollard, and Dougie Fletcher, and crowned by Mr. Bill llagron. The royalty then danced to the song, Ul'd Love You to Want lllef which was also the theme of the dance. National Honor Society Character, Scholarship, Leadership, and Service Jim Martin, Cherrie Sires, Rosie Backlund, and Sam Daniel. The main activity of S. H. Sfs National Honor Society is to decorate the school Christmas tree. Here Cherrie puts on the final touches. Bottoms up!! Pep Club HONOR PEP CLUB-Front row: Virginia Daquil, Penny Heckel, Ann Whitmore, and Concessions Mana- ger Linda Karges. Back row: Joyce Wemark, Rosa Kowalski, June Williams, Meggin Dunham, and Cathy Buchanan. Not pictured: Betty Hatch, Sheri Whitethorn, Judie Gibbs, Debbie Thorne, Anita Baldwin, Kim Campbell, julia Endresen, and Teresa Nord. Mrs. Sharon Traber, Sponsor-Advisor. This yearls Homecoming Royalty were 'Teresa Zimmerman and Bernie Fillingim. Queen Teresa and King Bernie are shown here opening their gifts which were presented by Coach Clemens. The Deck" smiles bashfully as he gets in line at a Pep Assembly. '-Ei Sponsored by a There were 95 members of Pep Club this year. To belong, you had to pay twenty'five cents dues, and then you were entitled to travel on the various Pep Club bus trips to watch Basketball games and Wrest- ling matches. The officers for the 1972-73 school year were: Stanley Lemas, President, Joan Specking, Vice Pres- ident, Jeff Robbins, Treasurer, Mike Fillingim, Sgt.-At-Arms, and Cathy Fish, Secretary. Shown at the left are the mem- bers of 'tHonor Pep Club." Those people in Pep Club who helped to make and hang posters, or run the popcorn machine and concession stand were promoted to this club. Stanley, can't you even spell "'Hello,' right? Keeping the Basketball Court clean and dry at the home games is our Humble Principal, Mr. Martin. P O P Best Personality-Arden Whitmore and Mike Whitethorn Most Service to SHSwRosie Backlund and Hep Porter Q O Most Studious-Rosie Backlund and Rick McKay Prettiest 84 Hansomest-Teresa Zimmerman and Mike Fillingim Most Musically Inclined-Sandy McCauley and jim Hill u I Best DressedMTeresa Zimmerman and Sam Banic X Prettiest Eyes-joan Specking and Tom Sawyer I Most Athletic-Sherry Lindley and David Hatch fb' Most School Spirit-Arden Whitmore and Stanley Lemas Q Wittiest-jenny Skinner and Mike Whitethorn ' Most Artistic'-Virginia Daquil and David Endresen 1 Prettiest Hair-Carmen Ronne and Robert Swartz t Biggest Mooch-Rosa Kowalski and Perry Zimmerman Most Bashful-Rosemary Blatchford and Steve Branson Biggest Flirts- Susie Audette and Richard Hibbetts y Most Likely to Succeed-Rosie Backlund and jim Martin Best Husband and Wife Material Cllhree gf fri years in a row,-Susie Amend and it 5 f .l0HHiC Lynch- Friendliest and Best All-Around-Stanley Lemas and Rosie Backlund. Nicest Smile?-Mike Whitethorn and Karen Moore. Best Dancers-Susie Audette and Kenny Blatchford. i L fi W' On behalf of the Class of E73, Class President Cathy Fish presents the class sponsors, Mr. Hell, Mr. Seavey, and Mrs. Daniel with a gift of appreciation. Graduation 1973 Baccalaureate was held at txso o' clock on Sunday. Nlay twentieth. Pastor laither .hl1l'tlll1lItlS0ll gaxe the lnvocation. The hand played for the Entrance and lixit niarch. and the Chorus sang tiso selections. Cornrnencement exercises were held at eight o' eloelx. also on the twentieth ol' May. Class President Cathy I"ish gave the Welcoming Speech, and Naledietorian .lim Martin and Salulalorian Virginia llaquil each gave a short speeeh. lllr. Keith Specking gave the Iloinmeneement Address, and Mr. Sam Daniel presented the awards and scholarships. 'llhose receiving Scholarships were: jim lllartin and Virginia llaquil- Student Body Scholarshipsg .lim lllartin-Swetnian Seholarsliipg lirent Nllllttlllvclltllllllld' ol' tlonnnerce Scholarshipg Cathy Fish, Nlilxe jones. and Tara jones-lin jewelry: and liurl l SlllPSSlllt'IliS Scholarship: Paul Downs-lleed's leynolds-Werner's Faniilj' Center Seholarsllip. Nlrs. Dolly l'lLll'llSN'UI'lll. Clerk of thc Kenai Peninsula liorongh School District. presented the diplomas. A reception and also a hand-shaking line were held after the ceremony. fell? . 55 SR.. Pastor l.uther Alirahanrson. of ? Q X Lx'N l -3 . 1 I Representative Keith Specking. Another and smil ing graduate! Q fa Wrestling Squads VARSITY SQUAD-First row: Ricky Quackcnhush, Dean Anderson, jim Blake, Bill McCauley and joe Gutierrez. Second row: Rex Martin, Kenny Blatchofrd, Dan Wheeler, and Jim Martin. Third row: Phillip Nicolet, Coach Bill Conaway, and Dan Painter. Fe 7 QQ' , Wai ' Co-Captain Kenny Blatchford, Coach Bill Conaway, and Captain jim Martin. Not pictured: Manager Eric Walker. JUNIOR VARSITY SQUAD-Front: Brad Gilman. Back row: Flin Foldaeer. Coach Bill Conaway, and John Williams f v W l-1 Gooooooooooo get 'emi On March 28. thc Seward High Wrestling Squad traveled to Anchorage to compete in the WDAHSAA Wrestling Tournament which was held on the 29, 30, and 31 of March at Service High School. Two of our wrestlers placed in the meetg they were Rex Martin at 138 lbs., who placed second, and jim Martin at 155 lbs., who placed fourth. Cong tu' io R d lim! lat I'El FIS CX HH Shown here is Linda Estes who was chosen as Wrestling Queen by the Wrestlers. ,.-"ir Q G' T' iw Sponsored by BAYVIEW TRAILER COURT IW'-1--.--e.u "'w,, . 14 l,c-ft lu riffhlz Nlikf- Clvliir-ils. Burl R1-ynolmls. lircnt Mahan. Rolwrl Taylor, Bill Simpson, Virgil Campbvll, Co-Captain Kimo V . bf, . , , , , , , . , . lxniglilvn. bam lliillll'l. Pc-lv llzilcli. 1.41-1.1151111111 xlllil'4.lOlN'S, liublmr c.0I'1l0Yil. and Xlll1'll 5lill1Ilf'I'. Varsity Basketball Assislzuil Nlumlgcr llun lliuvkgracrfl' and lxlilllllgfl' Stun lmiizis. Sponsored by RESURR ECTION BAY GUIDE 84 OUTFITTERS and BOND'S TEXACO lil? ' fx if WDAH SAA :see cc an . is xy, if is Basketball X 5 Tournament - e t K .tau ian 4 ' reec 'A ,, .. ff'- MT' . - r A 'f" y ,tr 6? i , W fax. 3 his 5 M 5 'E - , -X3 it W- f ' lil? 'A On February 21, the Varsity Bas- , cg p 1 g s gags, ketball team traveled to Homer to '3 f H is H ' ' ' S ' com ete in a 3-da Basketball Tour- Db .lll S M if S i"S T namgnt on the 221i7d 23rd and 94th Fits' it M i ,J 'i"'l' ' t RP ' 1 a H b V W r S X 'S ' f e Y, ' of February. Six teams, in order of . s X ' Qrkb 1, .,r , 9 s e - Q 4, their seedings, participated: Seward t 4' .' ' DX J 4 Seahawks, Monroe Rams, Homer :,., Q..Q' fig ,,,l alifgjyif J E 3 Mariners, Wasilla Warriors, Cordova ' ,l Y Axles 5 'X 3 ,CSX S r Wolverines, and the Delta Huskies. T S o LSE i i. S 'i Seward was reviousl tied with K t. Q, K 3 xx P y S -W, QL e -rs 5 B 6 Q Monroe for a first place seeding, but A-S 7' ' ,,,.,lgi,c. ne w-o won a coin toss putting them in first ? K - '-:Ea F TZSQYQZQ. .,,,, ,. ., 2440:-:-20' .Vo o 04,0 e o Q 0 4. a 0 Q o o , - n iff' . ' o e.,...-- 1, 5 34" .5 . r it ' 11.1 1: 31-gl fs f-N3 M i at----it place. Seward did not play the first night because of a bye, but on the second night they played against the Delta Huskies, winning with a score of 76-53. On Saturday night they went up against the Monroe Rams and tied them 60-60. They then went into overtime and were defeat- ed, the final score being 60-64. Three of our players were named to the All-Star team: Kimo Knighten, Pete Hatch, and Mike Clemens. The final standings of the tourney were Monroe-lst, Seward-2nd, Delta- 3rd, Homer-4th, Wasilla-5th, and Cor- dova-6th. r E K 2 Class Ulf' 'Fournew All-Star Pvtc llilt1"fl'fl'Ul'Wi1Tll Class G-Bw 'youmcv Allstar Kimo Rnighh,n-Cmltcr ' Class HB" TOUTIICY Ml-Star Miko Clerrlmls-Guard Iiill Simpson-Forward Miko .IOIlK'YS4cll1HI'd Brcnl Mahan-Forward Nirgil Campbell-Center Nuhvrl Talylor-Forwarcl 55:2 MX. :ggi A V- .. if-':QmXs5ffj 1- F- ' 'NMNMWMQM - f . in Biff! . :..i'-ffsl5QQIT.:X55+?fE?3i'f15f:vf?iiflfE555- 1? k:'L'f"b 137 "sr-:ii-ff'I . 'il-7 ' :-kin,-Tl .- ,L , - - N, 4' .-:::ffi.WL. , XQm ..,.. - r - .ei -L-W.. - 5i.-113,1322?qxfggzgfggigijjgiiiagA -- -- .. '- . - i, H --2 W if if X ,N Q 1 - X , . 43? NIB H A fr' Q My X ...,,-. ,X X X f 3 sk A ,X EK xx SQ Sh , . Burl licynolrls-Guard Bobbie CUI'llUVilfGULlI'd Sum ULlIlil'lfl'wOI'Wi1I'd X Xlitclu-ll Slxillll1'I'-Yullilfli ,1 K., f 1 First row: Willie Giles, Luke Moore, David Reynolds, Virgil Campbell, Sam Daniel, Robert Taylor, and David Nelson. Second row: Coach Dick Hultberg, Richard Erchinger, Rex Davis, David Campbell, Kevin Nelsen, and Mike Rule. Third row: Mitchell Skinner and Bobbie Cordova. Iunior Varsity Basketball Sponsored by LIBERTY ENTERTAINIVIENT CENTER--KRXA RADIO and LIBERTY THEATER Front: Manager Loren Lucason. First row: Gary Zimmerman, David Nelson, David Reynolds, David Campbell, Charles Lostlen, and Richard Erchinger. Second row: Pat Audette, Tony Cordova, Perry Zimmerman, Hobie Gilman, and Coach Warren Crawford. Not pictured: Sean Davis. On January 27, Seward hosted the first annual Kenai Peninsula Borough Freshman Basketball Tournament which was held in the Elementary gym. Seward, Kenai, Homer, and Soldotna participated in it. Seward played its first game against the Soldotna Spartans, with the final score being 35-17. They then went up against the Kenai Kossacks and defeated them, thus proclaiming Seward as Borough Champs, with the final score being 23-22. Four of the Seahawks were named to the 15-man All-Star Team. They were David Campbell, David Reynolds, Richard Erchinger, and Tony Cordova. Congratulations to the Freshman Seahawks and their coach, Warren Crawford. Here Tony cuts the net off the winning basket as 5 First row: Asst. Manager Ann Whitmore, Kim Campbell, Jean Martin, and Pixie Smith. Second row: I une Williams, Vickie Giles, Pam Shea, Debbie Erchinger, and Captain Sherry Lindley. Third row: Linda Backlund, Manager Sheri Whitethorn, Sheri T revethan, Linda Oldow, Co-Captain Betty Hatch, Stephanie jones, and Coach Don Mai. Girls, Basketball Tournament Team Front: Pam Shea, Sherry Lindley, Debbie Erchinger, and Stephanie Jones. Back: Vickie Giles, Sheri Trevethan, Betty Hatch, Linda Oldow, Pixie Smith, and Jean Martin. Not pictured: Virginia Daquil. Sponsored by SEWARD CHAPTER NO. 6 ORDER OF RAINBOW FOR GIRLS To get in some extra practice games, the girls played against the elementary school's boys, team. In the game pictured here being played, the girls defeated the boys by one point. Sponsored by SEWARD CHAMBER OF COMMERCE ff' inn Vai f 'Ti . it Front row: jean Martin, Pam Shea, and Stephanie jones. Back row: June Williams, Anna Porter, Debbie Erchinger, Vickie Giles, Sheri Whitethorn, and Arden Whitmore. Standing: Coach Warren Crawford. Cross-Cou ntry Front row: Kevin Nelsen, Rick Erchinger, Hobie Gilman, Bill McCauley, and Joe Gutierrez. Back row: David Reynolds, Jim Martin, Brent Mahan, Pete Hatch, David Nelson, David Campbell, and Manager Stan Lemas. Not pictured: Flip Foldager, Asst. Manager Dan Dieckgraeff, and Coach Warren Crawford. v my .N -sm .ma iw:-V I1 , K is Lf- ..a. . . iiic .. iii F Z i A ' ..a,. ir- F :Sits no iiii 3 .... K t'r. ' , . . .I g F W hu Q . at 'HN Q 1 -W, ,Vw :H 1 , X-djs ,. 'rfit .-EL ,-g:, X is-'Q it fir e . ' w , 55 ttf? .Y f?',,Q!:!tR M l " ii 5 .Q it a m y e YL fifi!li1?:7f2E:Q:-W f L i - :fi Practice makes perfect! , Q V 4 an y .. A . - tx. f, Iii nf-"""' On October 6, the girls' and boys' Crosse Country teams traveled to Palmer to participate in the WDAHSAA Cross-Country meet. There was one girls' event, and two boys, events. Rick Erchinger, who came in 10th, was the only runner from Seward who placed in the race. Sponsored by WERNER'S FAMILY CENTER Intramural Sports Intramural Sports had much participation this year. Points were given to each class that won any of the events. For the first time, Boys, and Girls' Intramural points were given separately. Football started off the year for the boys. It was won by the Junior Class. Next was Flicker Ball, which the Senior Class won. The next activity was basketball, which the Sophomore Class won. Following this were volleyball games, which were also won by the Sophomore Class. The bicycle race ended the year for the boys, and in that sport, the Junior Class won. The results of total points for the boys were: Sophomores-2425 points, Juniors-1375 points, Seniors-also 1375 points, and Freshmen-1250 points. The girls had more Intramural Sports this year than in any previous year. Starting off the year for the girls, the Junior Class and the Sophomore Class tied for the football Championship. The Bicycle Race was the next activity. This was won by the Sophomores. The final sport for Girls' Intramurals was volleyball. This was also won by the Sophomore Class. The final results for Girls' Intramural Sports were: Sophomores-700 points, Freshmen-675 points. Juniorsf525 points, and Seniors-175 points. Q HQ f xqga I 1 'M Fl N Ili " , tw 'K'- 1':f..55f. ' Sith- .127-51:1 Q if 'ffc 4. 'LI got it, I got itll" ' l Lettermen s Club First row: jonnie Lynch and Hans Peterson. Second row: Stanley Lemas, Joe Gutierrez,- Jim Blake, Gene Anderson, and Jim Martin. Third row: Mike jones, Brent Mahan, Tim Shea, Pete Hatch, Mike Whitethorn, and Kimo Knighten. Not pictured: Hep Porter, Kevin Dunham, Dan Painter, y, Bill McCauley, Rex Martin, Mike Clemens, Mitchell Skinner, Mike Fillingim, and Bill Simpson. jx pg . fa I ' 5212? 6 -- gzyeitl ,.f:1.a:':ag22e I , . J . -,., ..,1.,,5,.. , viqlqr' ji -X. btgtfif' XX fo fin" The officers for the 1972-73 Lettermenls Club were: Stanley Lemas, President, Mike jones, Vice President, jim Martin, Secretary-Treasurer, and Brent Mahan, Intramural Manager. The Lettermen's Club started off their year by sponsoring a bonfire held on the beach. At the bonfire, a scavenger hunt was held. The teams participated as classes, with the Junior Class winning. Intramural points were given, along with prizes. After the bonfire, there was a snake dance. At this, everyone joined hands and paraded around town and through stores yelling and screaming. The Lettermen's Club showed a lot of school spirit this year. Varsity Cheerleaders ack: Teresa ZiIllIYlf'I'lllill1. zuul Al'tl4'll wvlllllIl0l't'. Front: Captain fxllllil l'orlc'r. lxarvn Nloore-. and flu-Criptuiil Susie ,Nudr Mascot Debbie Erchingvr doing l1r'r llillli-lilllt' routine at a home game against Monroe. liccalisi- tlwri' was no regular Color Guard this year. thc: Varsity CI11-crlvaders took turns with the junior Yarsity Cliverlvacivrs to curry thi- flags. s Sponsored by THE NET BEAUTY SALON Iunior Varsity Cheerleaders Pam Shea and Linda Estes. Not pictured: Carmen Ronne and Kathy Worcester Sponsored by ALBERTSON'S REFRIGERATION SERVICE Nlaster of Ceremonies, Mr. Jim Nlartin. Manager of the Year-Stanley l.emas. Un behalf of the Elks Club, Mr. George Kontra presents the "Athlete of the Year" award to Mrs. Hatch for her son David. Third Annual Sports Banquet The Third Annual Sports Banquet was held on May lst at thx Elementary gym. The Master of Ceremonies was Nr jim lllilflltl Guest speaker was Mr. Wiltrout, Athletic Director of West lhph School in Anchorage. Awards were given by the various coaches and sponsors BOYS BASKETBALL TEAM Co-Captainsaliimo Knighten and Mike Jones. Most Rebounds in One Game C281-Kimo Knighten Mr. Clutch-Mike Clemens. Best Competitorfhlike jones. Best Rebounder-Kimo Knighten. Best Defensiveman-David llateh. Most Improved Player-Mike Clemens. Most Free Throws-David llateh. Most Valuable Player-Kimo Knighten. Manager of the Year-Stan the Pollock Lemas RESTLING SQUAD Captain-Jim Martin. Co-Captain-Kenny Blatehford. Fast Pin Q30 Seeondsjvjoe Gutierrez. Most Improved Wrestler-Rex Martin. Most Sportsmanlike Wrestler-Dan Wheeler. Most Valuable Wrestler-jim Martin, ELKS ATHLETE OF THE YEAR AWARD-David Hatch Guest Speaker Mr Btll Wlltf0Ut Shown here are the Wrestlers, receiving their awards. . Zvi Mll'-l ILS 2H iE-Y ' 5 1 1'-.aziififfa M9 Elementary ff Sta Mr. Barry Campbell Principal Mrs. Maria Booher Secretary .N K 64 - s Mr. Marvin Crisp Mrs. Virginia Dec Mr. Alex Rule Music Librarian Art MT- Bill COMWHY iMrs. Ann Livingston Mr. Roscoe Livingston Wfestlmg Coach P.E. and Cheerleading P.E. and Basketball Coach Sponsor Q ' F llr 5 ' l we BUSY 5 1 ' ' v 9,-I-' l R A- A S wfkmum Mrs. Joyce Simpson. Mrs. Addy Leathcrherry Tutor Tutor 4 X f' 1 P! mg . Z' 'pft?All.ABLE Mrs. Shirley Hill Mrs. Caroline Crane Special Services Special Services Sponsored by MARATHON HOMEIVIAKERS and FAVRETTO FISH CO. Nlarcena Bell Steven Bowen Richard Broughton Barbara DiChristofaro Karmyn Dick R 'al Ui ,K eb 'K-W3 Kari Elde rrrr kr Kurt Jastad Dawn Lane Natalie Mai Carla Norman Dorothy Osenga 'Q Q! as 'U' S2560 Marco Fontana James Goresen Michael Hubbell gl 'S Don Quackenbush if Merry Queen Rex Ratzlaff Blaine Roehl Patrick Sawyer Kathleen Simpson M jeffery Slossen ei i S Scott Tressler if Paul Vanllavenswaay 5 B T Q or its Doug Welch Bobby Wilfong Paula Wilson Philip Zimmerman lVlrs. S. Martin Michelle Austerman Michael Bailey John Bowen April Cearley Collette Cooper Donald Carter Garry Davenport Corey Hill Cathy Hill James Hribernick Dale Kuller Alicia Laminaek Robert Lechner Carry LeFlore v. wry' Juliet Delaney Mary Dickinson Carifr Hill .. s t S2 Nw X, x Q I Mr Q ' W Sponsored by GARRY'S FLOWER SHOP 81 BEAUTY SALON so. 'V 1 'E Ann Love Tim Martin Shannon McCloud Jason McDonald A Erik Odegaard Kimberly Queen Roy Roehl Alex Sacaloff Danell S pradlin Chrystal N Q N K 5 rim Sp0nS0l'6Ci by PIONEERS of ALASKA IGLOO NO. 9 Tina Ratzlaff Louis 'Finer Peter Toloff Wiley Marci Woern Andrew Yatchmenoff Mrs. E. Copeland Mrs. J. Crisp Kara Abrahamson Colleen Albertson Robbi Booher Michele Carter Douglas Cooper Victoria DeNuptiis Allan DiChristofaro Darcie Dick Ruth Duncan Kristin Erchinger Suzanne Fletcher Becky Fox Carol Hoogland Jeffery Hultberg Nathan Keene Kelly Kirkpatrick Russel Ledet Gale Vandermark Second x Sponsored by SEWARD SERVICE 32 Grade ' l Sponsored by SEWARD HARDWARE Mrs. F. Richardson Mrs. E. Whitmore Robyn Lohman Denicc Martin Mary McDonald Roy McNutt Janice Moore Donna Norbert Melvin Olson John Osenga Richard Simpson Juliet Sires Lisa Tiner Sherry Treharne Robert Washburn Janet Wheeler Daniel White Gustav Wilfong .Q-A' 3 ,mx K . .af S S E at 'M E S9 E' l Douglas McRae BI?ElY?.f?.. TMQTSFW Bari Lohman Patricia Martin Susan McNutt Vicky Ainsworth Karla Clay Tnstan backler Dwayne Atwood Sammy Corpin LC01131 Goffschalk Kathy Bottcher James Dick Tami Hemphill Glen Blondin Brigette Ennis Lorri Hill Cheryl Branson Mark Estes Debbie Kuller Sponsored by SEWARD CHAPTER ORDER OF EASTERN STAR Third Kathy Nord Grade Darrel Painter U" ' - . W Glinda Prince Linda Prince s B B Otto Quackenbush Benton Queen Benjamin Ross Michael Sawyer Robert Shaw Richard Slossen Karyn Thorn Troy Weathers Sponsored by HARBOR HOMEMAKERS and THE MINI-MALL ' ,-, ' S g t, egg.: A - 'ii i 'L 3 4:3 W 2 Charles Weimar john Wilfong Dawn Welch Angela Williams Tony Werner Brett Woern Leo Wheeler Mrs. B. Campbell Jodi White Mrs. A. Hatch N 'xl Q -if 232 as S X V it :..1:-ar :: : .g1 :'ira'iifFsgg5a 1 . gsffvsssse . irfggfuu, we , . Rx kv X w Q, J' X 1 3 an rf or ,. ,. .... or . A to ,.-, , -162 Wg, ig? -Qi 4 1 . , Q " 2 Qfywsf - G?.Q,iiy+.1-5I5"'f fzs' ,YS wfeirlfgs lx is V. -ef-:iff lyme ' - - v - -. N-.df :sf 1 ' - S ----- .. i t l ce Liv Abrahamson TTHCY Cea1'leY Jeanne Duncan Mike GCUTIHH Warren Albertson D0fl31d COOPCI' Gary Elde LOIH G0'ftSCl1-Blk Tracy Bailey Roy Daquil Andy Endreson Renee Hemphill Kenneth Bottcher Tina DeNuptiis Keith Estes Lisa Hultbllfg Tammy Carter Tammy Dieckgraeff Michael Fritz Evelyn Jacobs Sponsored by FORGET-ME-NOT SHOP Eff' 'ska Lena Jimmie Stacey Ledet Leslie LeFlore Kurt Lindsey Michael Love A I , Q Grade Bammer Martin Karl Painter Gerald Massman Tim Sixbgrry Sami McCloud Ken Slossen Leola McConnell Iris Tresgler Shawn Moore Kristine Washburn Sponsored by CITY ELECTRIC CREW wi gg . L ,.,. A., Egfr-C - le if itil ' E E555 ga s -:Lge " ,"' bi- - .X - Q. N 1 I 1"'i Michael Washburn Ricky Williams Dean Zimmerman Mrs. E. Kulin Mrs. E. Richardson MI Fifth Rhonda Anderson Janell Bagron Ronnette Bailey Larry Bell Jennifer Blondin Dwayne Brewer Lisa Clay Peggy Davis Esther Dickinson Thomas Endresen Kevin Erchinger Charles Estel Nancy Fletcher Regina Getman David Hayes Dale Hoogland Delane Hubbell Teena Kuller Herbert Kunnuk Doug Lechner Sandra Ledet Tammi Lindsey Sponsored by GENERAL TELEPHONE CO. of ALASKA and 4th AVENUE CLEANERS Jodi Martin Shelley McKay Mary Nord Cindy Prince Ruby Quaekenbush Albert Roehl Rose Roehl Mark Ronne Rhonda Shaw Todd Sires David Sixberry Andy Smerdon Lisa Stanley Steven Thorn Toni Toloff Tommy Tressler Burnie Weathers Kimberly White Connie Weimar Tracy Wiley Mrs. E. Bell Mrs. J. Gilman Grade Sponsored by B.P.O.E. ELKS and LUCKY VENDING Douglas Campbell Michael Campbell Trac Baldwin Ramona Christiansen Julie Bagron Y Ivanka Banic James COCEPCT John Bell Andy Cor oya Jackie Branson Robert Corpm Sponsored by Sixth Grade David Dieckgraeff Karl Elde Teresa Erchinger Terence Dc-:Nuptiis Robert Estes Micky Dickinson George Gage Dale Getman HARBOR DINNER CLUB Frank Cox David Daniel Blaine Gilman jay Gottschalk Fredella Greer Edward Hayes Teresa Hill N1 is Chuckie Lechner Tracie Seavey 2' Charles Karggg Robbie Lohman Sheryl Mogie lla Smerdon Cheryl Werner Toni Kirkpatrick Donglas Maliski Richard Gldow Ronald Stallings Nancy White Karen Kontra Elaine March Malone Osenga N oreen Steeves Cindy Williams Debbie Kunnuk Jody MCCOUUCII Kevin Ruggles Cralg Thom Mr- B- Conaway Kurt Lammers Charlotte Nlcolet Charlene Sacaioff Janine Treharne Mr' D. Greer Sponsored by PAT and GENE THORN :,,:. ..,. 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Fritz Quackenbush Barbara Simpson Tammy Welch Mr. R. Livingston Sponsored by SAlNDON'S CHEVRON SERVICE 'U' 5 L M me 8 h t h X g 1 - L Q i i Sponsored by SEWARD VOLUNTEER FIRE DEPARTMENT Blaine liardarson Cindy livll Rusti Blake Candy Cathcart Rohnrt Chappvll Mike Clay Mark Clemens Mike Dague Violeta Daquil Deborah Dick Stow Ilivckgraeff Skippy Fletcher Patti Flynn Alvin Gottschalk ,lim Ha-ddingvr Everta Hemphill Stew Hemphill Susie Hill Charles Jimmie- George Kontra Roy Kunnuk Robin Lomas Mel Lv Van Rocky Lix ingston Larry March Grant Morgan Cherie McCauley Tom Mott Mike Nelsen john Nord llelen Painter Slew l'et1'rson Becky Richardson Doug Robbins lszlbel Rovhl Karen Ronne Danny Sacaloff Starkey Saindon Mark Sawyer Mitchell Seavey Scott Sires Steven Stanley james Swartz Penny Weaver Greg Smerdon Kenny Werner Alice Williams Richard Williams Tammy Williams Cathy Zentmire Mr. R. Hultburg Mr, M. 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