Tolt High School - Tolo Yearbook (Carnation, WA)

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J1-12592-22:xleazffptf?fl,ffw1:f1f+:::-:QWe zfviibzfa TGLO I966 Tolt High School Carnation, Washington W, ,k. ,511 'V -P371 iiiim TABLE OF CONTENTS T imm ll ill ,gk q Leadership Essence Individuals Effort Enterprise sf 5 .. ,AZV iw 9 3 1 is sf-X 185238 'ri 59: Tolt is the sum of its parts i 4 School leads to knowledge! SPOIT 1 d P Activities lead to fun! 4 'rare F? C3211 W PART I LEADERSHIP Mr. VanWoert, Principal, consults two student leaders: B Roetcisoender and D. Hall. The administration Supt., Mr, L. Moore with Asst, Principal Mr. Gibbs. School Board, L. TO R. : Mr. D. Remingtong Mr. R. Krygerg Mr. W. L. Mooreg -Mrs. E, Prescott, Sec. 3 Mr W. Smithg Mr. D. MacKenzie5 and Mr. R. Kosters. 5 They show us the way Of all the many parts of Tolt, the faculty holds the leading role. These teachers stand by our side in extending our learning and maturity. With de- termination they observe our strug- gling climb for success. Without these leaders We have no conception of the realm of knowledge of our country's 6 . ..,l l,i....,, I if V it -f v 5. Nutr' C TOP: MISS ANDERSON MR. O'TOOLE Home EC. , P. E. German, English education. We are impressed with the importance of history, the need for vocational training, the need for com- munication and the many Ways of com- munication, the personal expression of art, and the undiscovered wonders of the World which leads us into the future. --.1- C MR. BENNETT Wood Shop, General Math, Wash. History, Audio Visual MR. GIBBS Physics, Algebra, Chemistry, Geometry N'--... MRS. BALENTI Library, English, Speech MR. PLESHA Typing, Bookkeeping, Shorthand, journalism 1 MR. TAYLOR MR. LEDFORD Civics, U.S. History, World History, Contemp Art, Biology, General Math Prob. l 7 F 3517? ,Q NSF MR. SULLIVAN Band, Choir MR. LYDON Drivers Ed. , World Geog. , P. E. L. TO R.: Mr. Taylor, Mr. Ledford, Mr, Bennett, Mr. O'Toole. MR. GLADSON o 2 4 W IIETE- LQ-HK 8 Spanish , English Elk-M lf ' . - Mr. Maneval A .,,, ,, . ,V ..,.- ,. We VV! rg3,i:.1gg::if:1t:,z-ly' i ........-w 1 V vgqnllllf' Y . 5 'Q Q' Mr. Gouid W' , gt Behind the scenes The secretaries not only take care of school and district business but, help students in any way possi- ble. We ride to school on the buses maintained by our mechanic, Mr. Maneval. Through his able work our equipment operates. Students take pride in a well kept school but they often forget the importance of the men who perform this task. The custodians keep the halls and the rooms clean and in order. They see that the grounds are kept neat. ii E Mrs. Prescott Mr. Dawson Mrs. Terry -my janet B. , Annualg Marilyn B. , Soph. 5 Ted K. , Lettermeng Betty H. , Girls Clubg Rex C. Seniorg Sunne S. , Froshg jackie M. , jr.5 Walt S. , Paperg Bill R., Pres. 5 Rob L. , Soph.g Susan N. , Treas. 5 Drew H., F.F.A. 5 Anita K. , Sec. 3 Bill M. , V. Pres. 5 Pat N. , Honor Societyg Mr. Van Woert, Adv. President, Bill Roetcisoenderg Vice President, Bill Minaglia. .. :WL 'prix' 10 The Student Council leads us Student Council is the only part of Tolt which is truly of the students, and for the students. Each student organization is given equal representation in the student council. These representatives govern the students and as students themselves work in the best interests of their school. Through the Work of our student council we paid off a debt 353, 500 over a period of three years. The student council faced many problems, yet with hours of Work surmounted them and proved their leader- ship. Treas. , Susan Nobleg Sec, , Anita Kryger o L. Cook, D. Hall, C. Wright, S. Phillips, R. Colgate, J. Dawson, S. Ducken, M. Boshaw, D. Schosboek, B. Harder, I. Robertson, R. Coy, W. Stephenson, L. MCMeins, M. Sato, T. Loutsis, P. Sacllier, P. Rothschild, K. jenkins. l. ,,,, W The Tolt Hi-Life informs us The Tolt Hi-Life, voice of the school, strives to communicate with the students, articles of interest. Past, present, and future events of the school are brought to focus in the paper. Sports, which is the most import- ant event to many of the students, is another way it informs us of the dif- ferent players Who had a big part in winning the games. The editorial lets the students voice their opinions and ask questions about their school. In doing this the paper developes a better communication between the students of Tolt High School. T515 1?-'T QQL W .21 ls- PART II ESSENCE Debate team makes the point Through long hours of work, re- search and practice, the Debate Team fought for its place in the league. Under the guidance of their coach, Mrs. Balenti, their efforts were formed into a capable, Well- rounded team. Many sources were used to achieve the end-result. Endless hours were spent pouring over hun- dreds of cards in a card file, peri- odicals, and reference books, and in comparing personal experiences. T. Loutsis, L. Wickstrom, L. McMeins, R. T Todd, D. Schosboek, . Mrs. Balenti, , Advisor. J -- 'atm "Long hours of work and research, make a Debate Team a great team. " its x O . I OFFICERS, L. to R.: Sec., T. Kostersg Repo., J. MacKenzie, V. Pres., B. Roetcisoenderg Pres., D. Hall, Sen., S. Sinnemag Treas., J. Gustafson. The agriculture minded - "fm Sam Franklin and His prize sheep. ' '12 Y - '? , . .' 5-rzdjv 9. QAoFX"i1cf X , : -A .arf 5 3 ' 4?Q I obs- 0 5 ' t t. UL16 . x Q U ,I A national organization for boys study- ing vocational agriculture, the Future Farmers of America, our men of tomor- row, Work toward future vocations, stress- ing leadership, cooperation, and citizen- ship. Supported by their national organ- ization, they study, they work at individual projects, and gain admiration, recognition, and awards. Many places that have scat- tered honors on our chapter are Evergreen Fair, Western Washington Fair and the National FFA Convention in Kansas City. Truly an addition to the school, the FFA has earned its superior rating. 14 john MacKenzie and his Junior Champion. L. TOR. TOP ROW: R. Bosma, R. Sinnema, D. Oldring, R. Miller, F. Lane, I. Backlin, G. Geertsma, C. Vanhulle, S. Franklin. MIDDLE ROW: L. DeBoer, I. MacKenzie, M. Ross, M. DeBoer, E. Trim, P. Clemons, D. Kradenpoth, D. Powell. BOTTOM ROW: F. Parr, D. Ronnie, T. Kosters, J. Gustafson, Peggy Pepper-Chapter Sweetheart, D. Hall, B. Roetcisoender, S. Sinnema, I. Engle, D. Richter. 15 OFFICERS: L. to R., Soph. Rep., Marcia B.g Frosh. Rep., Pat R.5 Advisor, Miss Andersong V Pres Shirley V.3 Jr. Rep. , Jeanie Q.5 Pres. , Betty I-1.5 Treas. , Kathy P.g NOT SHOWN: Sec. , Roxanne B Sr. Rep., Celia D. The feminine set As Tolt is made up of several parts so is the Girl's Club. The parts are the activities that are held during the school year. ln- itiation, Where the Freshmen are properly introduced to Tolt by upper classmen, the new year'sTolo, their School Improvement Project, taking advantage of their chance to help out the school, and the opportunity to model clothes made by the girls in the Spring Style Show, the sum of these things is this year's Girl's Club. The proper introduction to Tolt QQ 7? earts And Flowers 'l could have danced all night .... " l Silhouettes in the night! 17 mra f mf ing. ny-rm-e1 L TO R: K. Wolff, R. Coy, J. Quaale, G. Remlinger, A. Kryger, I. Remlinger, S. Noble, K. Peter- sen, K. jenkins, L. Maggs, M. MacKenzie, M. Sato, M. Oliver, T. Loutsis, P. Rothschild, L. Mc- Meins, Mr. Taylor, D. Hall, D. Schosboek, P. Nelson, R. Todd, B. Humphery, J. MacKenzie, I. Barker, T. Thompson, T. Kosters, M. Wasmund, M. Miller. The Honor Society was a very busy group this year. Among their regular activi- ties were their trips. One ' to The Old Seattle Caves and the IBM Building and the other was the traditional Weekend at Sun Lakes. They were invited to a banquet at Monroe this year which pa filled some of their time. A few of the Senior members attended the Torchlight Dinner. Each member worked very hard to earn his position and holds it with pride. Sun Lakes, Washington M. Sato, Sec. 3 P. Nelson, S.C. Rep., T. Kosters, Treas. 5 P. Rothschild, Pres. 5 J. Quaale, V. Pres. 3 Mr. Taylor, Advisor. Sun Lakes Beauties Do-Re- A note slightly flat, a key that sticks, all these characterize the old piano used in chorus. Me Chorus contributes to the enthusi- asm of Tolt by performing and putting on various programs. These programs are the final product of a lot of hard Work and effort. L. TO R. , TOP ROW: D. Ramsey, G. Boyd, P. Ross, R. Colgate, A. DeBoer, P. Sadlier, L. Mclvleins, I. Barker, S. Bowe, A. Kryger, M. Wasmund, A. Smallwood, Sullivan. BOTTOM ROW: P. Stough, B. Lankins, S. Emler, Beattie, K. Earl, E. Baron. P. Rothschild, B. Minaglia, C. Buse, Mr. P. Bloom, S. Meyers, K. jenkins, P. Maneval, S 19 The band marches on Nir. Sullivan, "The Music Man". r Wx I N' ' Q fn x "'Q"' X X . 1 5 may LJ 5 ' 1 if 20 yi L. TOR. BACK ROW-Mr. Sullivan, B. Humphrey, C. Wallace, J. Andrews, I. MacKenzie, D. Hall, T. Kosters, R. Colgate, S. Ducken, F. Lane, J. Baldwin, C. Buse, A. DeBoer. MIDDLE ROW-W. Zui derbaan, D. Marty, R. Todd, R. Sinnema, I. German, I. Remlinger, S. Jones, R. Andrews, J. San- der, D. Smith. FRONT ROW-M. Miller, S. W7endt, S. Sinn, B. Hamik, B. Minaglia, C. W'right, R. Wallace. 21 A F '75 LV W. X it : ' V i f P W ' ,F ff, i .L in X. ,www 'Ir i Mr. Gibbs , A dvis or J. Dawson, Mr. Gibbs, S. Franklin, 1. German, R. Todd, J. Engle. Stop that action "Can you enlarge this picture to Working along with the Annual Staff the Photo Club has been taking pictures of many things at all times of the day. Assisted by Mr Gibbs, the group spent much of their valuable time developing pictures to put in the Annual. H ylpy , y ,,, V g V, ,k,,,l,,.,,,., ..fi:1 1 fl 5 TOP ROW L to R L Jackman, B Funk W Nitz, R. Powell. ROW 3: I. Solberg, Gelerstma, I. Backlin P Nelson M Mlller ROW 2 P Sadlier, S. Sinnema, 1. Gustafson, B. Minaglia, J. Dawson ROW1 P Rothschlld T Thompson R. Colgate, T. Kosters, Mr. Bennett. They serve you Cleanliness of grounds, traffic safety, and other small but important tasks are credited to Tolt High's Service Club. It is an organization that works to improve the school's appearance, safety, and to pro- mote good citizenship. The members of this club should feel privileged since they are selected especially by the Service Club. The boys are chosen from among the many volunteers from any class. Leaders of this organization include Pres- ident, Ted Kostersg Vice-President, Rex Colgate, Secretary-Treasurer, Tom Thompson. With the help of their advisor, Mr. Bennett, they succeed in achieving many goals and are a great credit to Tolt High School. 23 WE YELL FOR THE TEAM THAT'S BEST! YOU'RE RIGHT! Bill, Tolt's "Sawed Off Guard", hits again. if 3 LL. Two points for Drew X Q we T01 sg' Up, up, higher, higher. . . Sink it, Rex, sink it! WU Get that ball!! Fkmmk orthwest District " " Tournament TOLT Monroe 48 TOLT Mt. Baker 48 TOLT Nooksack Valley 59 QI TOLT Lynden Christian 41 TOLT Q Lynden 59 25 Assemblies fwuxww Jack Chase 092211 l . ' c J l A v fwfgzfa, ' , Am I, eg l 'I' f -W 2 3 in l f g Q 5 1 X ml X ms. Y W 5 3 9 LH 'ig N ,Nr G .T xg b X jg! ,f Q ., j lu gm: ,K 4 'N' W -new ' NE. n--H-"""+iE "I Pledge Alegiance . " Doctor Anderson Walter said, "heat it slowly. Robert Edgar F? QQL FIBTQ. 9.1 I Q PARTIII INDIVIDUALS Seniors hit the top Tumbling-tranquil, childish-adult, confusion-clarity, responsibility-noth- ing, reversion-forging ahead, all of these seemingly opposites are, and have been, Worlds of the Senior. Many times you will Wish to be an insignificant Freshman again, Without the cares of a Senior and yet you will know it is impossible. As you forge ahead and take the next bewildering step your memories will give you strength. Those memories Wonderful and disillusioning: Junior Proms, Home coming, the Senior Banquet and trip, numerous tests-athletic and academic, impossible and possible, projects, and all those only individual feats . The disappointments are nothing compared With the achievements . Seniors are helpful! ?! OFE'ICERS:L. TO R.5 Mr. Ledford, Advisor, L. McMeins, Treas.3 R. Colgate, S. C. Rep. 5 K. jenkins, V. Pres.5 M. MacKenzie, Sec. 5 D. Hall, Pres. Profits for the Senior Trip??? FAREWELL! ! ! ! The Seniors' is a turbulent world, Tumbling, Confusing, Disillusioning, Challenging, Hoping. LAWRENCE FRANK BUTLER FFA 1, 2, Service Club 3,4, Football 1, 2, 3, 43 Baseball 1, 2, 43 Let. Club 3,4, Sgt. at Arms 4. REX SHAWN COLGATE V. Pres. 13 S.C. Rep. 43 Paper Staff 3,43 Co-Editor of Paper 43 Service Club 4, V. Pres. 43 Football 1, 2, 3, 43 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 43 Track 1, 2, 3,43 Let. Club 3,43 FFA 1, 23 Band 1, 2, 3,4. JOHN ERNEST BACKLIN FFA 1, 2, 3, 43 Service Club 3, 43 Football 1, 2, 3,43 Let. Club 3,43 Basketball 1, 2. JANET GAIL BARKER Sec. 23 S.C. 13 Paper 13 Tennis 2, 33 Homecoming Princess 13 Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Senior Seminar3 Senior Play3 Yell Squad 33 Honor Society 2, 3, 4, V. Pres. 33 Annual 2, 3,4, Editor 4. ELAINE BARoN oifis Club 1, 2, 3, 4. CARL LEWIS BUSE Pres. 33 FFA 13 Football 2, 33 Senior Play. LINDA COUSINS Girls Club 152,35 Play 45 Chorus 3. CECELIA ELIZABETH DALLA POZZA Girls Club 1,2, 3, 45 Chorus 1, 2, 3. MARCIA LYNN DAVIDSON Annual 3, Girls Club 1, 2, 3,4. JAMES PAUL DAWSON Paper 45 Photo Club 3,45 Service Club 45 Football 1, 2, 3, 45 Track 2, 35 Band 2, 35 Let. Club 3,4. ARTHUR LAURANCE DEBOER FFA 152,35 Football 1,2,3,45 Basketball .1 3, 45 Baseball 1,45 Track 25 Let. Club 3,4. BRIAN CHESLEY FUNK Tennis 15 Service Club 45 Senior Play. It is a World ofjoy, and love, and light, and peace, and pain. MARGARET HOLLENBACH cms Club 1, 2, 3, 4. LYLE ALAN HUD GINS Trans. Wenatchee 35 FFA 3. GEORGE GEERTSMA Trans. Watsor Groen High 25 FFA 3, 45 Ser- vice Club 45 All-School Play 4. GERALD WILLIAM GUSTAF SON FFA 1, 2, 3, 4, Treas. 45 Service Club 3,45 Football 1, 2, 3,45 Basketball 1, 25 Home- coming Prince 45 Let. 3, 4. DREW DUNKLEY HALL Tres. 15 Pres. 45 S.C. 25 ASB V. Pres. 3: FFA 1,2,3, 4, Sec. 2, Repo. 3, Pres. 45 Football 1, 2, 3, 45 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 45 Baseball 1, 3, 45 Homecoming Prince 2, 45 Honor Society 2, 3,45 Let. Club 3,4. BETTY ANNE HAUGAN S. C. 45 Annual 45 Tennis 3, 45 Girls Club 1, 2, 3,4, Pres. 4, Sec. 35 Senior Play LARRY PETER IACKMAN Transfer from Lincoln I-Iigh5 Service Club 45 Senior Play KERRY ANN JENKINS Trans. Cedar Falls High, Iowa 45 V. Pres. 45 Annual 45 Paper 45 Spanish Club 45 Girls Club 45 Honor Society 45 Chorus 4. - THEODORE JOHN KOSTERS Treas. 25 Pres. 35 Sec. 45 Sentinel 35 Student Council 45 FFA 1, 2, 3, 45 Service Club 3, 4, Sec. 3, Pres. 45 Football 3, 45 Basketball 15 Track 3,45 Honor Society 2,35 V. Pres. 45 Band 1, 2, 45 Let. Club 3,45 Boys State 3. ANITA LOUISE KRYGER ASB Sec. 45 Tennis 3, 45 Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 45 All-School Play 15 Senior Play5 Honor Society 2, 3, 45 Chorus 2, 3. 1 LEE ROBIN KUNTZ BARBARA ELLEN LANKINS Football 15 Track 3, 45 Sen- Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Play 45 RICHARD LOUIS LANGLOIS ior Play. Chorus 3, 4. FFA 15 Paper 45 Senior Play. 31 L2 H- , ' 3 if ff : .:" ' " I M l fli ifff I A - ff" 1 H . hi JAMES DAVlD NANSEL FFA 1, 33 Football 1, 2, 3, 43 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 43 Play 13 Band 1, 2, 33 Let. Club 3, 4. SUSAN MARY NOBLE ASB Treas. 43 Annual 3, 43 Paper 13 Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Senior Seminar3 All-School Play? Senior Play3 Honor Society 2,3 ,4. ,QQ En. 1 w , ANTONETTE MARIE LOUTSIS Paper 43 Tennis 3, 43 Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Play 43 Band 1, 2, 33 Debate 43 Honor Society 2, 3, 4. MAUREEN MacKENZIE Trans. Windsor High, Windsor, Conn. 33 Sec. 3, 43 Annual 43 Homecoming Princess 43 Chapter Sweetheart 33 Girls Club 3, 43 All-School Play 33 Senior Playg Honor Soc- iety 4: LINDA IVLERLE MCMEHXIS Pres. 23 S.C. Rep. 33 Treas. 43 Paper 43 Homecoming Queen 43 Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Senior Plgyg Debate 3, 43 Honor Society 43 Chorus 3, 4. WILLIAM BERTOS MLNAGLIA Pres. 13 ASB V. Pres. 43 Let. Club 3,43 Band 1, 2, 3,43 Paper 43 Service Club 3,43 FFA 1, 2, 33 Football 1, 2, 3, 43 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 43 Track 2, 3, 43 Baseball 13 Homecoming Prince 1, King 4. DELLA PAYNE Transfer Valley High, Wash. 4. KATHY LYNN PETERSEN Spanish Club 45 Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Treas. 4, All School Pla 35 Honor Society 2, 3, 45 ' " Y Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4. BARBARA ANN Pownu, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4. LAURA KAY RAMSEY Transfer South Fork High 7 JULIE EMILY ROBERTSON Girls Club 1, 2, 35 Paper 45 Homecoming Princess 25 Yell Squad 35 Honor Society 2, 3. WILLIAM DENNIS ROETCISOENDER S.C. Rep 15 V. Pres. 25 All School Play 3 Honor Society 35 Let. Club 45 Basketball 1, 2, 3,45 Football 3,45 FFA 1, 2, 3,45 ASB Pres. 4. It is the World of a child, It is the world of an adult It is the world of life, And life is a soaring, plunging thing. DORENE SIDDENS Chorus 45 Girl's Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Honor Roll 2, 3, 4. WALTER STEHPENSON Paper 1, 3, 4, Editor 45 V. Pres. 35 Senior Play. MICHEAL ROSS FFA 1,2,3,45 Baseball 3,45 Senior Playg Football 2. PETER GUY ROTHSCHILD FFA 1, 2, 3,45 Annual 15 Honor Society 2, 3 4, Pres. 4. PATRICK LEE SADLIER FFA 1, 2, 35 Paper 45 Service Club 45 Foot- ball 1, 2, 3, 45 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 45 Baseball 2, 3, 45 Let. Club 3,4. MARILYN SATO Sec. 1, Treas. 35 Paper 45 Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Senior Seminar5 All School Play 2, 35 Honor Society 2,3,4, Sec. 3, Treas. 45 Band. SHIRLEY VANHULLE Girl's Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice Pres. 4, All- School 35 Senior Play, Honor Roll 3, 4. MARLENE ENID WASMUND Tennis 3, 4, Homecoming Princess 4, Girls Club 1, 2, 3,45 Senior Seminar, Yell Squad 3, 4, Chorus 3, 4, Honor Society 2, 3, 45 Girls State 3. CURTIS LEE WRIGHT FFA 1, 2, Paper 3, 4, Basketball 25 Senior Play, Band 1, 2, 3, 4. NANCY ANN ZMUDA Girls Club 3, 43' Paper 45 Band 1, 2. SHARON ANN ZYLSTRA Senior Play, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4. SHIRLEY IEAN ZYLSTRA Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Senior Play. L. TO R.: I. Phillips, Fresh. Prince, S. Kuntz, Fresh. Princess, R. Wallace, Soph. Prince L. Goodman, Soph. Princess, I. Gustafson, Sr. Prince, M. MacKenzie, Sr. Princess, L. McMeins, QUEEN, B. Minaglia, KING, M. Wasmund, Sr. Princess, D. Hall, Sr, Prince, P Pepper, jr. Princess, T. Thompson, jr, Prince. Smash those Spartans, Rick! MF- THYIOT in his SIOTY' 1? The Spartan goes to rest. Nov Nov Nov. 3 .... Sweater day Nov. 4 Nov . 1 .... Announce Royalty . 2 .... Clash, smash and . . . .Mourning and . 5 .... Dress-up day CLASH DAY In Tom Q trash day Slave day Tear the door off, Art! Dance the night away Viz-f is Shirley and Brian discuss their future. Cast, L. TO R.: K. jenkins, M. MacKenzie, S. Vanhulle, S. Noble, B. Haugan. ZND ROW: T. Loutsis, L. Cousins, A. Kryger, L. McMeins, I. Barker. 3RD ROW: Mrs. Miller, Mr. O'Toole, C. Wright, W. Stephen- son, C. Buse, B. Funk, L. Kuntz. WW 'K QB r -gag Senior Play "Ask Any Girl' Mrs. Miller applies make -up to Anita, "Leading Lady". Meg Wheeler ................... Anita Kryger Miles Doughton .... .... W alter Stephenson Evan Doughton .... ......... C arl Buse Mrs. Wheeler. . . .... Toni Loutsis Mr. Wheeler .... . . .Curtis Wright Aunt Fern ..... ....... B etty Haugan Aunt Lettie .... . . . Barbara Lankins Ada., ......... ...... S usan Noble Lisa ...... . ....... janet Barker Jeannie .... .... S hirley Vanhulle Alvin .... ....... B rian Flunk Vince ...... .Lee Kuntz Terri. . . ..... Linda McMeins Ruby .... ....... K erry jenkins Heidi .... .... M aureen 'MacKenzie jane. . . ........ Linda Cousins Ellen ....................... Shirley Zylstra OFFICERS: L. TO R. , Advisor5 J. Rep. 5 J. Harmon, V Pres. 5 Remlinger, Sec. 5 T. Thompson, Pres. 5 L. Hallson, Treas. 5 mor SHOWNQ A short climb to the top Under the capable guidance of their of- ficers and helpful advisor, Mr. Plesha, the Junior Class proved to he successful in ac- complishing their goals. Two of their goals were the Concession at the games and their junior Prom in the Spring. Remembering the fun enjoyed by our juniors We know they are anxiously Waiting to see what is in store for them as Seniors . LEFT: Ro ad to Knowledge. RIGHT : Time out for Lunch. 40 Mr. Plesha, Morris, S.C Baldwin, john Boyd, Gary Carlson, Don Cook, Becky DiOrio, Sherry Gardner, Don 1, we w rzaf. L T' . . :im S ,' x "' Wlwff '14 . . zf K L" K+ 2 Q ,, gx s' x at ' hw K S S i I kr. I Bowe, 1155183 . . Sm ,. .S 11:6 Y H eee Ze C Sue Brown, Carol Cook, Frank DeBoer, Mike Dempsey, Cindy f .1 -1 .mn Ju- :..,.-.:,,..:g , ........,... ,, P 2 mm... 1 v Tl H Q ps Q 3 1 2 K ,E E, 1. -W Wm, 1 . -,- A ,-M nm' , w xl! Q X Q X 5 . 1. , f wx! fn 0 11,4 - J:'.::. "rx: Harmon, Haggen, Judy Aleta Holberg, Cheryl Lydon, Karen Hudgins, jean Maneval, Pat Lane, Sharon Mlller, Marty Miller, Ray Mon-1s, jackre Nelson, Pat l . fa ,A 6 in id , m X' x Nitz, Wade Oxford, Mike Parr, Rue Pepper, Peggy Powell, R1ta Powell, Roger Qgaale, jeame Ramsey, Dave Remlinger, janet Ross, Pat Settle, Rick Slnnema, Steve Solberg, Jim Thayer, Bev Thompson, Tom Trim, W W Ed alker, Reggle allace, Carl Welch, Sam Wendt, Sue , Bob Zmuda 42 5' .F K . 1 tt ' K ,asf 3 'Q 3 Coins In A Fountain Despite many hardships the junior Prom was a great success . Of the many couples attending, most everyone had a Wonderful time . There were many moments that each coupie will remember, from the Prom of 1966. Different moments at the junior Prom. OFFICERS: L. to R. , Mr. Lydon, Advisorg M. Bennett, S.C. Rep. 3 K. Wolff, Sec.g R. Lawson, S.C. Rep.- R. McMeins, Pres. 3 I. Mackenzie, V. Pres.5 R. Wallace, TreaS.5 Mr. Bennett, A dvisor. Sophomores meet the challenge LEFT: Sophs. help support the A. S. B. RIGHT: One of the many deci- sions of a Soph. class rings. This being the second year at Tolt for the Sophomores, they have matured with knowledge, age and ability. Their sole responsibility this year was selling programs at both the football and basket- ball games. They felt they became a true part of Tolt after they had finally ordered their class rings. With anxiety and ambi- tion in mind they look forward to their next two years at T. H. S. 3 V , .b , P fag N. r . , , 'K 3 'fwff F , i, , '-- ra fs 3 . A -were 5 ,M L, ik, . F" M N 'Q 33, f 'Abit' -, gf a t lg ' f aa? - 1 Q fra 2 , H , 24-ew ' 1' '. ,I E . A , . i ., , tg.. V X K -- g '75 x ...Q , 1 4 r, xi , f x , n K X x gil Sr ,X Q 5,5 . X V , K J i It 3 . Wi, 9, ,gm my Rm ? EF ,, ,, 7 MM M, ' s s ay M Blanken, Ron Bosma, Warren Boshaw, Marcia Bredsten, Elsie Burchett, Ruth Coy, Ruth Ann Davidson, Steve Ducken, Sally Edie, Frank Engle, jim M!! Payiwsrxi 3 'K xmfyx. ,- l' , ,Ig S 3 3 . f, . S., :Q ,-: WS, A- .:- 982192 , 5 ..,, ,.--.... r ,, S XX " , ,sg . i ,,,- ' X s , ,A EA 'S f r Andrews, jim Andrews, Russ Batton,'Mil-ce Beattie, Barb Bennett, Marilyn Burke, jim Clinton, Doug Colgate, Vicki Cook, Linda Cook, Paul in -N' . -., Y .1 ' ii N . I N19 Q M., W ' Qrv' 'X K' 1 1 5 23? 5 'A , , F i i Gilmore, Gene Goodman, Linda Hackenbruch, Ed Harder, Barbara Heen, Larry 45 Fisher, Irene Foley, Loris Franklin, Sam Frazier, Lois German, Ioe 13 ,is ' 5' IW vi' 2 ,lf I he 'fi as Q' Kryger, Linda Kuntz, Mark Lawson, Rob MacKenzie, john Maggs, Linda Humphery, Bob Jackman, Gary Judd, Chuck Kehrer, Ruth Kradenpoth , Detlev Massey, Donna Massey, Carl McMeins, Randy Miller, Leroy Meyers, Sherry Oliver, Morris Remlinger, Gene Seymom, Patricia Schnabel, Sherlyn Schosboek, Dennis Wolff, Kfmdy NOT PICTURED Bott, Gary Clemons, Perry Link, Chuck Wandler, Linda Zucati, Richard 46 Todd, Richard Vanhulle, Chuck Wallace, Robert Wandler, Linda Wickstrom, Linda -H-fl , Q Z. i i failmrsfg im.: 2 swf get V:-.1 Jigga V,-si W. 95' . rr an Qi? mi isltgiizf 4 25355 Q:-FQ: : FEE-':5:. 5 .ff 5.1'If5-. Iwi' .51 :Z ,il 'f K if-I H , S' + it "The pause that refreshes. " The feeling of belonging! A A step into the future The Freshmen of this year went race was felt throughout the school. forth into a new and extended life of The Freshmen as usual, wandered learning, as all the Freshmen of yes- around discovering Tolt as they tried terday have. to find their classes. Their discoveries The first days of school were a lead them to the discoveries of an upper- rat race for the Freshmen, but the classman. OFFICERS: L. to R. , D. Richter, S.C. Rep. 3 Mr. O'Toole, Advisorg P. Riley, Treas. 5 Mrs. Balenti, Advisorg S, Newsom, Sec. 5 S. jones, V. Pres. 3 Mr. Gladson, Advisorg S. Sadlier, S. C Rep. 5 S. Kuntz, 'N-N., Pres. V , Ducken, Steve Earl, Kathy Eggstmom, Lennette Emler, Susan Beattie, Stella Bloom, Patricia Bosma, Russ DeBoer, Larry DeBoer, Patty if ur-.laik .' I in w- S". SH? 5 .gk U' N, S. K s ifgfga. ' Q- Grove, Ewart Harder, Nancy Hackenbruck, Claire Hamik, Brenda sri Fay, Marcia Fisher, Lucille Galyan, Rex Gardner, Carol w if ,1 If f' 'ig ull Maneval, Peggy Marty, Darlene Miller, Patty Morrow , Vicki Newsom, Sandie A -lst: Harvold, jodeen jones, Suzanne Kuntz, Sue Lane, Fred MEF' W X, npr my -5, Oldring, Doug Parr, Fred Payne, Emily Phillips, jim Powell, David Rr s ' gs 5 K .. .,,.. ,v Sis, Q . 5 K Rathbone, Russ Richter, Dennis Riley, Pat Ronnei, Duane Ross, Benny Sadlier, Sunne Sander, jerry Siddens, Pam Stough, Pat Tillotson, Debby Zuiderbaan, Wendy f--W.,-H 1 n Sinn, Sharon Sinnema, Richard Sinnema, james Smith, Darrell " R 2 5 sir" . ,Q ,X Mx 49 NOT PICTURED Andrews, David Cousins, Steve Decker, jim Dobbs, Ron Stevens, Daniel Calendar I 966 September 28 Mother -Daughter Tea October 14 Girl's Club Initiation 25 Seattle Symphony November 3 Joss Wind Assembly 4 Senior Seminar "Plato" 5 Homecoming 19 Senior Play "Ask Any Gir1" 22 Paul Hansen Assembly December 10 Edison Tour 14 Mr. Edgar Assembly 15 Science Center Tour january 15 Tolo 17 Alcohol and Drug Addiction Assembly 19 Winter Concert February 4 Honor Society Trip 8 Nat'l. Assembly 23 "Julius Ceasar, " Seattle Rep March 12 junior Prom 23 "The Importance of Being Earnest" Seattle Rep. june 3 Graduation FE G T-51 Qi 192 4. PARTIV EFFORT L. to R.: C. Holberg, J. Morris, M. Wasmund, P. Pepper, V. Colgate, and S. DiOrio Q! Q 99 ow here s a cheer Real concern develops action. Cheering is a group effort. 2.480 5 1 L. TO R., BOTTOM ROW: G. Boyd, J. Sander, L. DeBoer, M. Miller, j. Dawson, D. Smith, D. Kradenpoth I. MacKenzie, R. Andrews, F. Lane. MIDDLE ROW: T. Kosters, G. Geertsma, R. Walker, B. Roetcisoender, J, Gustafson, P. Rothschild, I. Nansel, D. Hall, B. Minaglia, R. Powell. TOP ROW: Mr. Lydon, Coach, B. Wallace, B. Humphrey, R. Bosma, L. Butler, P. Sadlier, A. DeBoer, G. Jackman, R. Settle, R. Colgate, R McMeins. Send off Coach, Mr. Lydon x. Asst. Coach, Mr. Owen me f ,S 'F Jackman, R. Colgate, B. Minaglia, T. Kosters I P Tolt TOlt TOlt I- Tolt Tolt , ,Q X Tolt " Tolt l ' 4 , Tolt Q 4'-' G -. ..To1t "15:ff,. " :,3' 1'. LI.. " "-I. . ...hd 'V .,., --.I-. 'r -. I , 4 Laiunkmwmgm- - 7 1-Q 5 1 l we 4. DEMONS SCOREBOARD Tahoma 20 . . .... Klngs Garden 21 . . . Monroe 0 'K' . . . . .... Sultan 13 "' . . . Granite Falls O . . . . . Langley 0 'l' . . . . . . Concrete 20 "' . . . Stanwood 21 I' . . . . . . . Lake Stevens 40 ,K .. M, I 'K League Games 4 -Q u p --.. ' , ... .f-. 4-rv . , .,.,,... . I, e,- V,-II, . . - - ..- "'4!'2 A. "' 'L- . 3-zu, 'Sf N v ' A - If-- 'UU ,g:'! '. . ' N :WCP PI---:g.r' .' I' ' ..mg-.L.g- , an L.,-, Y - - - . -- f., ., -. .I 1 vm ,--'.f.'2Q-.. 1,1-7.'.:u - 53 3- I. -J' 'fi E '11 rr-I , T- 5 rag 11" L'-. ' fn 1 r , 52: QF, . X will 8. P 'fig 'Tlx QU :L Ig 1. ff 'Z P F' x Wg U, -1.3 I. C - VL .2 .QP ...HS '-3 R?- I-- I- N N I- to N 12. po xuzxoxooooooxlo '5-,vi gn . . . . . 1' , -Q I W 3 . . .... . 1 T I 1 'E :I ' : E Qi +2 P' ' I ' lg? - fu I V' -, iii w I I 1 :fi - I 7 E I ls' I-fl "" - I 'Q' lux, 2 , I - 5' ' I 5 U . I l ' I , 'Z . . . . . , I Q gh, Q: - I f ff H I ' if? ,U ' I r 1757 . - l 5 "' I ' af Il ,' A 5 I 5 .if E I I 5 V' jf O I gg' ru 1 A .- fu - 1 .- fy .. I 7 11:42 ' ' Z 1 '. U I ' I If ID I If H5 2 1- p -1 8 Ir- yi' 1' gif! Z Z: -'S' W 'E' B Y 'f VI ." .1 " 0 f f I- X cm Come on guys--make that p t Demons take fourth in hard fought season Hustle, Hustle, Hustle! OUCH PK! WF-if-! 54 as A 5,4 Mr WNW as-X Q :fs L95 1' J' gr' df A Y Fire up big team!! Time is import ant. TDL f WM? 1 TOLT vs. King's Garden f 56 ,ggi L. to R. -Mr. Lydon, Ass't. Coachg T. Thompsong B. Minagliag R. Wallaceg D. Hallg L. Butlerg A DeBocr P. Sadlierg S. Sinnemag R. Colgateg M. DeBoer5 P. Rothschildg D. Kradenpothg Mr. Ledford, Coach FRONT P. Nelsong R. Sinnemag Mang. You're lookin' good big team. . TEAM TOLT Stanwood . .. .. . 41 55 Concrete. .. . . . 21 42 Monroe ..... .... 6 3 53 Langley ...... .... 6 4 55 Lake Stevens ....... 77 56 Sultan ........ .... 5 8 60 Stanwood . . . . . . 66 65 Monroe . . . .... 54 62 Concrete . . . . . . 46 57 Langley . . . . . . 53 52 Feb. 8 Lake Stevens vs TOLT Feb. ll Sultan vs TOLT L to R T Thompson R Wallace R Lawson R. McMeins3 J. Burke G Jackman W Bosma B Humphrey W Nltz R Powell R Mlller M DSBOBFQ D. Kradenpoth The jumor varsity completes a good year TEAM Stanwooci . . . Concrete . . . Monroe ..... Langley ..... Lake Stevens Sultan ...... Stanwood . . . Monroe .... Concrete . . . Langley .... Feb. 8 Lake Stevens TOLT Feb. ll Sultan Vs TOLT 58 Frosh scoreboard TOLT 28 . . . . . Stanwood TOLT 54 .... .... K ings Garden TOLT 50 .... .... K ings Garden TOLT 50 .... .... S ultan TOLT 34 .... ........ L ake Stevens TOLT 44 .............. Kings Garden TOLT ....... jan. 7 .. .Sultan TOLT . .... jan. 14 Lake Stevens f M 'Q X ... '.' -,H D' 5:-HY HZ EQ' 1-if 5 " 135 QQ ? , ww cl ,. M' fir" L. to R.: F. Laneg D. Smithg R. Bosmag D. Oldringg I. Deckerg Mr. Gladson, Coachg D. Powellg S. Duckeng L. DeBoer. Tolt starts out with a hit! BASEBALL SCHEDULE April 15 . . . . Monroe 29 . . . . Stanwood May 6. . . . Sultan 10. . . . Langley 13 . . . . Concrete 20. . . . Lake Stevens FRONT ROW-L. to R.-D. Powell, T. Thompson, P. Rothschild, R. Lawson, P. Ross, M. DeBoer, R. Galyan. BACK ROW-F. Parr, Manager, M. Ross, D. Hall, L. Butler, A. DeBoer, P. Sadlier, S. Sinnema A. Heide, S. Ducken, E. Grove, Mr. Taylor. 60 Follow through! FRONT ROW-L. to R.-S. Franklin, M. Miller, G. Remlinger, R. Walker, R. Powell. BACK ROW-S. Ducken I. Quaale, P. Pepper, J. Remlinger, T. Loutsis, A. Kryger, B. Haugan, Mr. Ledford, Advisor. Instructions from an expert! 61 FRONT ROW-L. to R.-C. Judd, M. Batton, D.' Schosboek, I. Andrews, D. Oldring, I. Sander, F. Lane BACK ROW-M. Oliver, R. Andrews, R. Settle, R. Colgate, L. Kuntz, T. Kosters, B. Minaglia, D. Kradenpoth. We race against the clockg Off to a running start! ! Bill throws for victory! 1. 4-. 62 1 5 K X W Up and over! ! While the clock races on! Wetryharder. 63 FRONT ROW, L to R: A. DeBoer, J. Backlin, P. Sadlier, D. Hall, B. Minaglia, R. Colgate, Mr. Ledford Advisor. MIDDLE ROW:j. Gustafson, B. Roetcisoender, T. Thompson, R. Lawson, G. Jackman, R. Mc- Meins, R. Wallace, P. Rothschild. BACK ROW:T. Kosters, S. Sinnema, J. Dawson, R. Powell, M. Ross The Lettermen Promote Sportsmanship FRONT ROW, L to R: B. Minaglia, Pres. - R. Wallace, Sec. -Treas. TOP ROW: L. Butler, Sgt. -at-Arms,T. Kosters, V. Pres. J 64 TO LO I966 6-,.. - New , Q vga 4 "' . 1 'N . N 7. Alb! . I 4.-,Mk 1?- M 'Ki-fy--'Iv 'J -, a 1 fy-.. V Q , ,L ,Q 1 .Di 65 'f'vl'?4'eM"4. I 'sv 1. 'Il,,. If t Q 1 I .-1 J' 1, r :ggi-:qSgff3ga'?9 q 3-.ky 7 Qzazg. 4, "j.!C2. A '5-'Inv' B P 7 "' I " 1' F 45 --" gf! l l I 4 fl ' W 4 . . 'Ni ' Qx.. . X ll p e i -inf, f'f - ? if 'lb v You've come to the end! We extend our thanks to all the people who helped us with the 1966 TOLO, and there were ni any. Mr. R. C. Gibbs . ..... Advisor janet Barker . . . ...... Editor janet Remlinger ............. Business Manager Betty Haugan ................ Ass't. Editor Staff: Susan Noble, Maureen MacKenzie, Shirley Vanhulie, Cindy Dempsey, Pat Maneval, Ruth Burchett, Suzanne jones, Patty Riley, jodeen I-Iarvold. t 1. ,,W,.y A '-swf I I -Q. .K 'B K ' "' 'N - n 66" " 6 5 ..,. V --.,.?-,:,3.:g:s::,33- . wi - . ' -fa --1 ' ,,s f smv" ' ,I - g iv ., ,. ' if si "'e f r??2T'1ff1L' ,eggg fi , -iv k'5ig1isi- 22.9 wffffzffiw' ' i f i "?l'ffl.i" ZW., 7'7ff2f.a i, r , " .. f 66 rf , ,iii iqlkix 1 L 3...- N 7515 lqbb PART V ENTE RP RISE A Community Like This Is Your Key To Greater Values will Some People Think Our Business Is Trees That's only half the story A dynamic leader in the forest products industry, Weyerhaeuser has grown from a regional lumber producer into an international organization with plants in 27 states and 12 foreign countries. At the same time, Weyerhaeuser has refined its methods of scientific forest management to insure a perpetual harvest of the highest quality raw materials for its wide range of products. Today Weyerhaeuser continues to make lumber and ply- wood, but it also makes paper, plastics and chemi- cals which are as new as tomorrow. Whatever your plans or interests are you should consider Weyerhaeuser-the growing company in a grow- ing industry. 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