Tolt High School - Tolo Yearbook (Carnation, WA)

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Forget what you have done for your friends, and remember what they have done for you. Disregard what the World owes you, and concentrate on what you owe the world. , 1.41, ex Q.: t' 4- - When you are faced with ardecision, make that decision as wisely as possible --- then forget it. The moment of absolute certainty never ' arrives. d , ' And above all, remember that God helps those who help themselves. Act as if everythingdepended upon you, and pray as if everything depended upon God. i ' y s Q ' I y A S. H. Payer I ..3.s. -5 M Y v L A--,f,iv-..35xi'. .ii 2 A I , , Y L at ' cw- - p . W , N . vvb' f."'v-'K' 'ff""ff-f't"mu'3' 4'2"f""'f4" ,!Uif'9P 'At' '- "ii ' "swim 'am 322' ,if ,W M' sr wx Y HI "4 I X TABLE OF CONTENTS LEADERSHIP ORGANIZATION CLASSES SPORTS INDEX ADVERTISEMENTS gx 5 I 2' 5'I2 l3'24 25-50 5I'65 67-68 69-78 ...-- 'Y ,Y Ig, WMM ww P N' -gvwzifl IM- 5 gFf1q? y, V -4 vm-. ,mink If'--Y. -f .. Wwmeuw-um, 1-,ggqw ADMINISTRATION lx.-.. SCHOOL BOARD, left Lo right: Mr. D. Remingtong Mr. R. Krygerg Mr. W. L. Mooreg Mrs. E. Prescott, Sec Mr. W. Smithg Mr. D Ma.cKenziegM1'. R. Kosters. MR. McKAY, Principal MR, MOORE, superintendent A 1 arvou mn ro PREPARE vows mamma TO FAIL ff' s FAC U LTV Everything in this world that runs smoothly has a strong backbone that pushes constantly for success. Tolt High School has this im- portant backbone it needs, and it lies in our enlarged and helpful faculty. This year our faculty has added three new teachers, and two new classes-Economics and German II. For the first time this year we have gained a speech therapist and a counselor. With the combination of our returning faculty, new teachers, new classes, and new help, our school has that backbone to make Tolt High School, an even bigger and better success. MRS. WILSON- Counselor MISS MATHEWS- Nurse 5 5 f ,f CAREERS MRS. BROWITT- Home Ec. Girls P. E. MR, ALBRECHT- Typing, Shorthand, Bookkeeping, Economics, Journalism MR. SULLIVAN- Chorus, Band. 'N-. ,.-B. W-Wu.,,.,,, W 5 MR. WALEN- Agricultural Science and Shop MR, BENNETT- Woodshop, General Math, World Geography HISTORY MR, GLADSON- U. S. History, Civics, Contemp. , World Ilistory MR. LYDON- Boys P. E. , Driver Education, Washington History MR. SIIERLING- U.S. History, Lib1':11'im1 MR. GIBBS- Algebra, Geometry, Chemistry. MR. LEDFORD- Art, Biology. SCIENCE MRS. CAPLEN- Speech Therapist. ENGLISH MISS TROMP- German, English. MRS, BALE NTI- English , Speech. MRS. RANDLEV- English , Spanish. TOP ROW, left to right: G. Mitchell, H. Owens, A. Harvold, D. Fish, R. Noble, L. Layette. BOTTOM ROW: F. Vunhulle, D. Austin, S. Mzmeval fbus meehaniej, V. Amos, Knot pictured, J. Mehanj, HELP SECRETARIES: Mrs. Terry, lVlrs. Prescott. Due to the combined effort of the staff behind the scenes, the students take pride in their school and surroundings. The secretaries have provided their help in any way possible. JANITORS: George Curry, George Dawson Knot picturedj Tom Thompson, Presidentg Roger Powell, Vice- "OUR STUDENT GOVERNMENT" This last year Tolt has proven itself as an Associated Student Body by the work it has done under the leadership of Tom Thompson, Roger Powell, Carolyn Pitcher and Jeanie Quaale, They set their goals for achievement high and worked extra hard to have successful events such as the spaghetti dinner and the carnival, With the earnings the Student Body received they were able to purchase a new scoreboard, Demon poste and to support a sale of newly designed sweatshirts. Pre sident . 'N BACK ROW, left to right: M. Drumm, Fresh Rep,g D, Bidon, Soph. Rep.: J. Morris, Sr. Rep., S. DiOri0, Yell Sq. Rep, g D. Sehosboek, Jr. Rep.: J. MacKenzie, Honor Society Rep.g R. Wallace, Letter men's Club Rep.: S, Sinnema, F,F.A. Rep.: J, MeMeins, Fresh. RGD.: FRONT ROW: B. Harder, Paper Staff Rep.: Roger Powell, Vice Pres.5 Tom Thompson, Pres.3 Carolyn Pitcher, Sec,g Jeanie Quaale, Treas.9 Janet Remlinger, Girls Club Rep. PS jj? 'F A 'X ff Q Q ff I ,ff Spaghetti Dinner--December, 1966 Rl? Sec. , Carolyn Pitcherg Treas. , Jennie Quanlc Nw. 'QAM' Q xx i Hawaii .mf - , ,.,14f,i W' ,iwm iv, ,. Q., I. K ,W '1 'N ' : itw - Sify I 7- -v,5,'1f,,- ffl iii: TOLT'S NEWSPAPER The special news the "To1t Hi Life" brings out is enjoyable and interesting. With every section an interest to some, if not all of the Student Body. The staff is efficient and never fails to get a paper out with considerable thought to all articles. Editor, Ruth Ann Coyg Advisor, Mr. Albrecht. BACK ROW, left to right: S. Ducken, P. Riley, S. Sadlier, D. Bidon, R. Todd, D. Schoesboek, B. Harder, P Maneval, C. Pitcher, M. Boshaw. K. Wolff. GRGANIZATIONS HONOR SOCIETY The purpose of the Honor Society is to promote academic excellence and to award recognition to those students who mamtain a high scholastic record Pins are awarded to members as a badge of achievement The members work together on several money making projects to raise a scholorship fund to award to a deserving senior The advisor Mr Gibbs guides the club in its activities Each semester the group is allowed to take a trip The first semester trip 1S used in conjunction with a week end for a three day campmg trip Vacation Land we sm tw. wma nf - .V em wks? Z' "5V?qMyQ' K A in hmm. V83-R-week' aka Rage E 'gigs-is-WG W j p tft. .P W ,rf ' W ,Q ' N QV '," .r' 31 I , 'L Y.-J... . , . rl K flak. Ye, .. 'GQ , . Am fl.-mi ,. f - 'F u"m""'6'0 ". W V M A ,. M . ' " . .r ' , ' . Q .gf Vgiwwnykmk -A Y -J.. M.. Yr . . X Y .MQ ,, I rr , 1 I V. I I .,n-ug VV A' .mf f fm-W., - . . p m"qh"H'wx.. . 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Sadlier, L. Eggstrom, N. Harder, L. Wickstrom. "Can we eat NOW ?" "I love attention! " iiw'--' VIQ: A A L '... ,Mg , ' .fxxafi e " 'A ' . mVVWW vuolsru 2-- t K-1- jf A -.HE --nn - SL 3 IISU ' "' - E ere 3 5551 g mln: at s.Em551s . 3 -jf' .ff COISUIIITS ' A 4 1 . , 4 - 1-,L X 4 i- T Q 9? '. - .L - .- J, A. i 5 I ri if 1 L. f ' . E X- ' -I I V L1 A 33, L cya , J, 5 ff.. ZV V i .X ., T f T cnnnrv I me P xi-are T 52 e worry Ji L ff... iw! X uri S-5' Midi' LEFT TO RIGHT: L. Wiekstromg M. Oxfordg R. Parrg Mrs. Balenti, Advisorg B. Hamikg S. Sadlierg T. Oldringg B. Bidong D. Bidon, The debate team Lmder the guidance of their Advisor Mrs. Balenti, has taken great strides toward achiev- ing a place in Kingeo League. With many hours of hard Work, combined with the breaking in of new D E E members they have gained a year of several victories besides their self-satisfaction. Each year they gain more of a part in the high school, "KNIGHTS OF THE PADDLE" This year the service club christened themselves with a new name. This being, K,O.P. in action !! "The Knights of the Paddle. " Along with their new name they received the privilege and the symbol of maintaining order at all games as well as performing regular services for Tolt Hi. L TOP ROW, left to right: E. Heide, T. Thompson, J. Baldwin, M. Oxford, D. Smith, Mr. Ledford, Advisorg R Zueati, J. Solberg, T. Wandler, S. Sinnema, D. Schoesboek, Mr. Bennett, Advisor. ROW 1, left to right: P. Siddens, W. Zuiderbaan, P. DeBoer, S. Newsom, S. Schnabel,K. Hollenbach, K. Rcichmann, P. Maneval, J. Quaale, K. Lydon, M. Gardner. ROW Z: R. Powell, C. Pitcher, L. Foley, E. Bredstcn, R. Burchett, J. Rcmlinger, J. Morris, J. Hudgins, R. Burchett, J. Fay, P. Terry. ROW 3: E. Payne, L. DeBoer, C. Hachcnbruch, P. Miller, T. Wandler, J. Busscr, R. Coy, J. Harvold, P. Maneval, S. Sadler, B. Bidon, M. German. ROW 4: T. Oldring, D. Marty, N. Harder, K. Wolff, B. Harder, L. Goodman, M. Boshaw, L. Eggstrom, S. Jones, B. Hamik, D. Bidon, K. DeBoer. ROW 5: M. Brower, D, Marty, Drumm, L. Husky, L. Kryger, S. Engle, C. Colgate, L. Vinyard. Miss Tolt High of '67'. GIRLS' CLUB This years' Girls' Club has indulged in a Cook Book Sale, booth in thc Carnival and the TOLO. All were inspiring if not successful. The leadership of Ruth Ann Coy and Mrs. Browitt has proved valuable. "Ah! 7 - Style Show: Swing into Spring. LEFT TO RIGHT: S. Kuntz, Soph. rep.g C. Dempsey, Sr. rep.g L. Goodman, Jr. rep.g K. Wolff, Sec.g M Gardner, Fresh. rcp.g S. Newsom, Trcas.g R. Coy, Pres.g Mrs. Browitt, Advisor, .. fn LX Chapter Sveetheart-Vicky Colgate The members of F. F.A. are always striving to better themselves in all their academic work. They are a great credit to our school and everyone is proud of their superior job. They deserve a lot of credit for all the work they' ve done, By joining F, F.A. they are planning for their future as farmers of America. John MacKenzie with his prize steer. ROW 1, left to right: L. Heeng G. Gilmoreg R. Sinnemag S, Sinnemag J. Mackenzieg J. Andrews: S. Davidsong M. DeBoerg R. DeVriesg B. Ross. ROW 2: L. DeBocrg J. Eastmang D. Smithg C. Vanhulleg S. Duckeng F. Buchmang D, Oldringg E. Trimg J. Sinnema. ROW 3: J, Mooreg F. Laneg J. Solbergg G. Berosekg R. Bosmag R. Zucatig M. Kuntzg C, Linkg D. Ronneig F. Birr. Q-f-....,, ROW 1, left to right: L. Heen, E. Gilmore, R. Sinnema, S. Sinnema, J. MacKenzie, J. Andrews, S. Davidson, M. DeBoer, R. DeVries, B. Ross. ROW 2: L. DeBoer, J. Eastman, D. Smith, C. Vanhulle, S. Ducken, F. Buckman, D. Oldring, E. Trim, J. Sinnema. ROW 3: J. Moore, F. Lane, J. Solberg, G. Berosek, R. Bosma, R. Zucati, M. Kentz, C. Link, D. Ronnei, F. Paar. FUTURE FARMERS 1 1 - v f lil, 1 5 Y M3 ze Mike DeBoer stands proudly with his project. 4 I X .. JT"-N-...."i ' ' V-an '. ' 4 Q j 1.1 1.5 .T - 1, f f . if 2 in lj Photo Club may be a small group but they have learned a lot. You may have seen them at basketball games, or football games, even at unusual moments snapping pictures under the direction of Mr. Gibbs, SNAP! SNAP! SNAP! National School Assemblies Safe Driving .... Varieties. . . . Herpetology .... Veteran' s Day . Accordionist . Musical . . . Danny Welton 1966-67 Sept . Oct. Nov. Nov. Jan. Mar. Apr, 15 6 3 10 17 10 24 Veteran's Day Assembly NATIONAL AND EXCHANGE ASSEMBLIES Drive safely, it pays. ROW 1, left to right: P. Nelson, M. Miller, R. Toddg K. Hollenbach, P. Siddensg W. Zuiderbaan, R. Andrews, D. Smith, T. Thompson, J. Sander. ROW 2: G. Gilbertson, J. Decker, K. Morris, M. Dempsey, R. Sinnema, C. Humphrey, B. Donald, R. DeVries, S. Engle, J. Eastman. ROW 3: Mr. Sullivan, D. May, J. Baldwin, F. Lane, D. Ramsey, J. Moore, S. Brown, M. Grady, J. Andrews, J. MacKenzie, T. Lawson, D. Heidi. X A 5 ff dx We 1, ff t "THE BAND GRCWS AND REORGANIZESU 4. l v 'L A of ZA J ' This year the band organized into a club. They elected their slate of officers and established a constitution. This club had to be passed and accepted by the Student Council and in another year it should be set up better and running more efficiently. With the band running as a club all details can be taken care of effectively and quickly to produce an even better band. Q' Q 4. y v t My i K! 3. . k FW: ' ' N A 'LF Q' , wi-Q -- U ev- X S E Y fi S .ff ,X ,eg 'V Q ' Q ii vs V .lf ' 13 J A 'fo 4 4... 'U fl """--4. Ska vm f,a.5, Q i M.,-'I' Z1 X ear' .5 . S PM A X ffl M ,. we A kkfwmw X MW , we .a-fav F., 1 i a 4 K ,uf ,x wi ,yfzzbsri Cameo-:mm 'NQCKYNNX A ua- ff ag LJ- . wwwm QW M 3 ik 'A 1 . QWNQ x -4, A , 5 'Ir 4, Ji LJ -K, A 1 fa. W, S+," , ,W K Q , eq 1, 'tg .f p.-fm. , 7. Q ,AQ N. M mm X 'M ff,J?fW?wWJ c -. um, L X, A . L A 9, . ffv, 4 ' --fr 1 1 1 mb '. 1. f's wQgMbfHQu Q4 .1 . w CLASSES 70 LEFT TO RIGHT: James Mclvleins, Mike Grady, Sue Engle, Debbie Marty, Pam Terry. NOT PICTURED: Mary Drurnin, The Freshmen have spent the past year in getting acquainted with the school and its ways. This class has a high potential. When you pass these Freshmen you pass the proudest and eagere st representatives our school has ever received. These Freshmen are the future leaders of our school, be proud of them, Barn.hart, Karen Ba rnha rt, Stephen 'V :A 5 - 5 -um ,ia if Benedict, Doug Blanken, Rick Bosma, Marge Brower, Marilyn Brown, Lyndon Buchmann, Juanita Causland, Mike Cams, Teresa Cohenour, Shirley Colgate, Cheri E' sh M y VV M ., JV ., 5' ri' ,P .-yi' Dalton, Dewey Davidson, Nancy DeBoer, Kathy D0Ck0l', JORHDC Dempsey, Mike Brovm, Steve Cusitar , Brenda DeVries , Rick my Donald , Ben Fay, Jennifer f ' S 'gf xffvii an Moi 3 N 42,71- I e-- Haugam , Jim Drumm, Mary Dueken, Kathy Eastman, John Engle, Scott Engle, Susan Gardner, Marianne German, Mary Lou Gilbertson, Gail Grady, Mike Gilmore, Steven 1-., , F X l H 1, .rf 1 ,,..., pr' 'M Hinzman, Chuck llollenbaeh, Kaye Humphrey, Clayton Isom, Randy Jggkmnn, Roy f -sz Q bf ' 7 1.53, Johnson, Roger Kchrcr, Randall Kryger, David Lawson, Tom Marlette, Judy Massey, Mary Lou May, Doug MeMei.ns , James Moore , Jeanette Moore , Jeff Morris , Kathy Miller, Kathy Mills, Greg Nelson , Paul Nitz , Dea Ma rty , Debbie Moklebust , Helen Q.-Q Norman, Susan 1- Oldring, Teresa Plant, Paula Platt, Doug Price, Bruce Quaale, Ed Ramsey, Rick , Li,, . Z V if 4 1 W iii ,fi Richards, Roy Riechman, Katherine Ruddell, Bill Rush, Kathleen Schwitters, Paul Terry, Pam 'I1lrney, Bob Trim, Russ Vinyard, Linda Waidelich, Vicky Willey, Don Zumda, Penni NOT PICTURED: Batfon, Randy Fisher, Scip Foster, Debbie Grove, Ewart Harris, Sandra Huges, Carol Johnson, Chris Andrews, David Beattie, Stella Biden, Barbara Bidon, Diana ,,..-n-M LEFT TO RIGHT: D. Richter Pres., D. Biden Soph, Rep., J. Harvold Sec., C. Garnder V. Pres., R. Causland Soph. Rep, , P, Maneval Treas. SOPHMORES '69' Bloom, 1111: Bosnia, Russ Buckman , Fred Causlzmd, Rnnrly With the help of their advisors, Mr. Albrecht and Mr. Bennett, the Sophomore class became more of a part of Tolt. They had a busy year because of their activities, which included selling programs at both the football and basketball gamcsg buying their class rings, which they were proud oi because the rings symbolized their class and schoolg and continuing their class project by building the frames for the canvas ilats they bought during their first year at Tolt. With two years behind them, they are more than ready to begin their Jiuiior year. Delloer, Larry Del3oc1', Pai. Dceker, Jim Duke, Peter Eggstroni, Lennette Emler, busnn Fisher, Lucille Gnlyun , Rex ll21CliClllJl'LlCll, Clnire Ilnmik, Brenda Hflrder, Nancy llzlrvold, Jedeen Ileide, Ernie Jones, Suzanne Kuntz, Suszm Lnue, Fred 'v" V - . Ff " .A , ,M ,, , ll 3 My-.f, Olclring , Doug Payne , Emily Parr , Fred Powell , David Rathbone , Russ Richter , Dennis Mzmcvnl, Peg Marty, Darlene Miller, Patty Newsom, Sandy Riley, Pat Ronnoi, Duzmc Ross, Ben Sldlicr, Sunnc Sanders, Jcrry Siddens, Pam Sinn, Sharon Sinnemu, James 'Www-W. NOT PICTURED: Brill, Eileen Ducken, Steve Fay, Marcin Gardner, Carol Huskey, Lana May, Kathy Marlette, Joan Phillips, Jim Sinncmn, Richard Smith, Darrel Smith , Dennis Stough , Pat Tillotson, Debbie Wnndler , Tina D. L. J. K. R. CLASS OFFICERS Schoesboek, Jr. Rep.: Wickstrom, Treas.: MacKenzie, Pres.5 Wolff, Sec.: Wallace, V. Pres. . f 93' 1, hu... Blnnken , Ron Boshaw, Marcia Bosma, Warren Bredsten, Elsie Buchmann, Marilyn Burcherf, Ruth Burke, Jim Carlson, Don Clinton, Doug Colgate, Vicki Andrews, Jim Andrews, Russ Button, Mike Beattie, Barbara Bennett, Marilyn X 1 N Coy, Ruth Ann Davidson, Steve Duke, Alberta """' Ducken, Sally Engle, Jim Foley, Loris Franklin, Sam German, Joe Gilmore, Gene Goodman, Linda W9 Hackenbruch, Ed Harder, Barbara Heen, Larry Heidi, Dan Humphrey, Bob L --f' A ' .,., Ll ,, W ""' ff JUNIORS '68' In store for the Juniors is a great future, behind them is a successful past. As they watch each class advance they will be thinking of their future responsibil- ity Without a thought to their past success. On their minds will be hopes for a "Highly Rated School" with the Student Body and grounds bo match. Their ideas will be built with hard Work and fun. They will never regret their years as Juniors nor will they forget their ad- visors, Miss Trump and Mr. Gibbs. + ,f iii it 4 JC1CkI11111'I, Gary Judd, Chuck Krygcr, Linda Kuntz, Mark Lawson, Rob Link, Chuck Maggs, Linda Massey, Donna Mackenzie, John McMci.ns, Rand Miller, Allen Oliver, Morris Rcmlinger, Gene Rodinsky, Dce Schoesbock, Dennis NOT PICTURED: Cox, Jim Edie, Frank Fisher, Irenc Holstrom, Anna Johnson, Lorraine Kehrer, Ruth Massey, Carl Matson, Sharon , Q Wandler, Linda Wallace, Rob Wickstrom, Linda Wolff, Kandy Zucati, Richard x Schnabcl, Shcryln Stilton, Cheryl Taylor, John Todd, Richard Vanhulle, Chuck ."':5 . .. .gi W lx A A A .ff"'j' . - .3 I , -' 7? Agfa ,E Qi Q55 535 S vii 3, 2: M af, ei iii? .ash 2, ii Asa Zi sz 21 if , Za fm WL -Am i x gg Q2 3 "LOOK BACKWARD WITH PLEASURE, FORWARD WITH HOPE" t K There are many ways to express the Seniors, . W S but not enough to explain how much they' ve wo rked E and how much they' ve entered into our lives and - our school. 6 Q They have been taken for granted in many ways. 6 A When they leave the re will be a dent embedded upon our doors only in be filled by the oncoming classes. . It may take one class to fill that dent but most l 1. ff often it will take the whole student body and it W N, should. X ' ' The Seniors have given us many things, someday R . they will return if only for a visit. When they do, they will look back upon the grande st years of their lives. SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS, left to right: R. Powell, Treas.: C. Dempsey, V. Pres.g J. Morris, Student Council Rep.g J. Remlinger, Pres.: R. Burehett, Sec. ROXANNE BURCHETT What I remember most: A The day Leslie H. and Ichalked Mr. Taylor's desk. Girls' Club 1,2,3,4, Sec. 3, V. Pres. A' 4g Annual 2g Tennis 2,45 All-School Play 35 Senior Playg Sec. 4 JOHN A, BALDWIN What I remember most: The great roo'oer's bus trips. Band 1,2,3,4g K.O.P. 49 Letterman's 4g F.F.A. 13 Baseball 4g Football 1,4. GARY BEROSEK What I remember most: The rain, F.F.A. 1,2,3,4. Any vollmteers ? JUDITHE ANN BUSSER What I remember most: The day we had an air raid in Miss Anders0n's class. Girls' Club 1,2,3,4g All School Play 35 Senior play 45 Chorus 1. CLARICE M. CURRY What I remember most: The day Iwas initiated. Transfer from Issaquah High School 4. LESLIE MARIE DEBOER What I remember most: The time we turned on all the showers in our Sophomore P, E. class and let them rim out of hot water so we didn't have to take showers. Girls' Club 1,2,3,4g Chorus 1, MIKE LAWRENCE DEBOER What I remember most: The mouse I stepped on in the Ag. room, F. F.A. 1 , 2,3 ,4, reporter 43 Baseball 2,3 ,4g Basketball 1 , 2,3 ,4. CYNTHIA REA DEMPSEY What I remember most: Bailing water out of the fountain we made for the Jr. Prom, and watching it leak again later. Girls' Club 1,2,3,4g Annual 2,3,4g Business Manager 49 Photo Club 23 V. Pres, 43 All- school play 1,2,3g Senior Play. Our Editor. SHERRY M, DI ORIO What I remember most: The day I went to the zoo and got caught. Girls Club lg Yell Squad 3,45 All School Play 23 Homecoming Queen 4g V. Pres. 2. DONALD PATRICK GARDNER What I remember most: The times Reg and Ihave skipped school on his honda and almost gotten caught. Transferred from Lake Washington JLu'1ior High 3. AGP' ,J PAULA JONES What I remember most: Mr. Albrecht bumming gum, and Mrs. Balenti's slogan about chewing it, "I'1n gonna save your teeth." Transferred to Tolt from Lake Washington Senior High 45 Girls' Club 4. Not Pictured. SHARON JEAN LANE What I remember most: Second period, "Get to work!" Girls' Club 1 ,2,3,4g Chorus 1 Play 3. ff-Mfr 3 All -School LESLIE GAYLE HALLSON What I remember most: Water balloon fight with Mr. Taylor. Girls' Club 2,3g Annual 4g Senior Play, Treas 3g Transferred from Anderson Jr. High 2. JEAN MARIE HUDGINS What I remember most: The day in World Histo ry when we turned Mr. Taylor's desk around and tied his drawers shut, Transferred from Orchard Jr, High 2g Girls' Club 3,4g Annual 4, "Turkeys are KAREN ELIZABETH LYDON What I remember most: Being pushed out of my seat in Study hall Gth period. Transferred from Covington J r. High, Vancouver 2g Girls' Club Z,3,4g Basketball statistic ian 2,3. PATRICIA ANN MANEVAL What I remember most: All the hair pulling nights working on Annual Chorus 1 ,Zig Girls' Club 1 ,2,3,4g Annual 3, Editor fl, Student Council 4. wif WSQQQH Balance that formula' JACKIE LEE MORRIS What I remember most: As Sophomores when Cheryl, Peggy, Sherry, Elsie and I skipped P. E. and wont down to the river and swam, Girls' Club 1 ,2,4g Yell Squad 33 Student Comlcil 3,4g All-School Play 2g Senior Playg Sec. 2g Treas. lg Chorus 1. CONNIE RAE NELSON What I remember most: My senior year! Transferred from Kennewick High School 2, Don't look now, he' s got a camera ! MARTIN LEWIS MILLER What I remember most: As Manager--being crushed by 11 200 pounder out on the gridiron, Band 1,2,3,4. Treas. 4g Honor Society 2,3, 45 F.I'.A. 1,2, State F.F.A. Band 2g Tennis 1 , 2, 3 ,4g Basketball 1 , Football 1 , 2, Mgr. , beam 3,45 Senior Seminar. RAY MILLER Not Pictured. 4 I PATRICK FRANCIS NELSON w What I remember most: My Jr. year, Physics class and 7th period Study hall. Band l,2,4g Honor Society 2,3,4, Pres. 45 Letterman's 4g Student Council 3g All-School Play 1,2,3g Senior Playg Baseball 2g Basketball Mgr. 2,3,4g Football Mgr. 2, 3, team 4g Senior Seminar. WADE HUNTER NITZ What I remember most: The bad times we gave Mr. Gladson. Service Club 3g Basketball 1,2,3,4. Seniors do their duty MICHAEL WAYNE OXFORD What I remember most: Our graduation plans. Debate 25 K.O.P. 45 F.F,A. 1,25 All-School Play 2. RUE LORENA PARP. What I remember most: The 2 days of initiation when Iwas a freshman. Paper Staff 25 Debate 45 Girls' Club 2,33 All School Play 2. cirsyi A ROGER POWELL What I remember most: Skipping school with four others and being the only one not caught! Chorus 1 ,4g Paper Staff 35 Letterman's Club 2,3,4g F. F.A. 1 ,2g Student Council Rep. 1 , ASB V. Pres. 43 Tennis 1,2,3,4g Basketball 1,2,3,4g Football 2,35 Homecoming Prince 1g DONNA JEAN QUAALE What I remember most: Throwing books out the window of the Spanish room in the old buildingg making pancakes on the Honor Society trip. Girls' Club 1,2,3,4g Annual 2,3,43 Honor Society 2,3,4g Sec. 33 Student Council 4g All- School Play 1 ,2g Senior Seminarg Tennis 2,33 ASB Treasurer 4 , CAROLYN LOUISE PITCHER What I remember most: Our snowball fight in Physics class, fainting on the Honor Society trip, running for ASB Secretary. Paper Staff 4g Girls' Club 1 ,2,3,4g Annual 3 4 Honor Society 3,4g Student Council 43 ASB Secretary 4. RITA LOUISE POWELL What I remember most: My club foot. Girls' Club 1,2,3,4g All-School Play 35 Home coming Princess 4g Treas, 4, DAVID LENARD RAMSEY What I remember most: Tobacco Road. Band 4g F. F.A. 1,29 Senior Playg Basketball 1 , Manager 2. JANET ELEANOR REMLINGER What I remember most: Mr. Lydon teaching us how to park! Band 1,2,3,4g Debate 13 Girls' Club 1,2,3,4, Student Council Rep, 43 Annual 2,3,4, Business Manager 35 Honor Society 2,3,4g Student Council Rep, 1,4g Photo Club Sec, - Treas. 25 Tennis 1,2,3,4g All School Play 1,2,3,4g Senior Seminarg Sec. 35 Senior class President PATRICK CIIARLES BOSS What I remember most: The crumbling of the school during the earth- quake, K.O. P. 4g Letterman's 2,3g I". F.A. 1 ,Zg Track 4g Baseball 2,3g Basketball 1 ,3. JIM SCHWI'l"l'ERS Transferred from Winnebago, Illinois 4. Ilow do you make change out of a Twenty? I causes W-gym, A msn scum T SEASQN PAMLV YICKET A ' O V ffonu IQH vumov' STEVE CLAY SINNEMA What I remember most: The time a group of us almost mis sed the bus at the U.W. last Spring. K.O,P, 4g Letterman'S 2,3,4g F.F.A, 1,2, 3,4, Sentinal 3, Pres. fig Student Council 113 Baseball 253,45 Basketball 1 ,2,3,-lg Football l, 4g JAMES ALAN SOLBERG What I remember most: The great Junior fountain. K.O. 13.49 F. F.A. 1 ,2,3,4g All School Play 2,3g Football 1, Oh these Scubi Cup Points! "LiE 'l IIN iiiesii ' Ill! I liEE!!!.:.l . 9.2.5 E!-!!,,gj, gtg 5 hawk Am stiff lg 'iw lan . 4 i 5 I , W I T , . T ,tease ifig l l stef I taeai iiiayf- I 2 ' QYZ2? 1, ,iyx W:-flis I ' ig aah illl .al , I in it li It f ' 5 j E H11 it ' R li, J gif V if K B 5, .sf if A -N. lfofsiigil, I V e,,i,i,,,..--1 L aulmnmssm I t iz. V . Wrrwr mos SBHUGL 2 nsscnnns 'IOMMY GENE THOMPSON What I remember most: Phe six hours I received as a trip to the zoo last year. reward for my Band1,2,4g K.O.P. 3,4, Sec.-Treas. 39 Honor Society 2,8,43 Leterman's 2,3,4g I' I' A, I,2, Treas. 2gStL1Cl0 Baseball 1 ,2,3 ,4g Basketball nt Council 2,4g 1,2,3,4g Homecoming Prince 33 Class Pres. 1 ,Zg ASB President 4. EDDIE AVERILL TRIM What I remember most: The mouse in the Ag, room, I' F A. 1,2,3,4g Baseball 1, 2,4, BOB CURTIS WRIGHT What I remember most My weekends. Transfe rred from Kettl ROBERT A , ZMUDA e Falls 4, What I remember most: The creaking walls of the old, rundown building during a storm, All School Play 2,33 Senior Play REG ARTHUR WALKER What I remember most: All the fun Ihad bugging F.F.A. 1, Tennis 2. TIM PAUL WANDLER What I remember most: the teache rs The noisy water pipe in the old building K.O. P. 43 Chief of K.O. P. 4g F. F.A Baseball I . fNot Picturedl SAM A, WELCH What I remember most: How Mrs. Balcnti always got her point 'across in her own nice way, F.F,A. 25 Tennis 3g Track 1. fl nw, rv. .f'fSf'fK-' 1 1.9 9 ff 3.6131 M, S.. 'v ,"1.'k'!h2:ns' mf " ,ww f , Wm .,-av , .an ,,,"i A. N Q' 'YW 1-Q .. 4:..f.a9 -r A- . a V ,,3"'u.i0f-t2,, , ROYALTY: Susan Engle-Froshmzm Princcssg Rita Powell-Senior Princcssg Sherry DiOrio-Qucong Sally Ducken- Junior Princcssg Sue Kuntz-Sophomore Princess. rf.. v+ r 5 ' 1 QF QY Z1 ,. , 5 : W Q r 'L .. 2 ' ' 'f 44.0 .1 'mga-QS " V - . Q, Ji! -sf! ft, . -my "' '-. wr 42-ffm ly if M., QQ: v . -Riagg ,L ,ue . xx J-.rr X--wr ,ANY '. ' E biw. 'sitx .- F "'eW""x ,R .gg N R , N 24412 'ANFGXAS iff' f' -V :V-1 'Mirw 52 HOMECGMING '67' 1 Xi H 'K X '3 .wA, , v V, 1-1-.1 7 x '-ig, ,W f' LEFT TO RIGHT: Mrs. Miller, W. Nitz, Mrs. Rzmdlev, K. Lydon, D. Remsey, C. Dempsey,L. Hallson, J. Busser, Nelson, C. Pitcher, J. Morris, P. Ross, R. Burchett, J. Quaale, B. Zmuda. Don't bother me with your consarned foolishness. You seem like real nice folks to me 1 saw ww L 4 i' , . GUN V+, .. gif, , This is the coolest thing I could find. I did it all by myself. "GONE WITH THE GIRLS" 2 fl . Wi 'I w s fg fv P ,sv -ft 52 5 1 xx us' H515 ,es O I , a . , , o 4 ' . .u i ' ' .. . . -' 0 4 V ?f'- A q 1 o -W. .Q , 1 :,n sg 1 o .o.c' I O ' 34.4 Q o QS Sf' 0 9 I 'X A Q ' ' 0 a q,' o ug " ' 00 'Eb-- we 93 Fqf.f.:Ei?f lg .. og . was N 1 Y f f A ' E o x Q ' r , 1 . K. N -54, Q. 'Ei qs 1 5 SPO RTS LEFT TO RIGHT: S. DiOrio, P. Riley, S. Kuntz, V. Colgate, S. Ducken "THEY LEAD US" FRONT ROW, left to right: Bob Humphrey, Doug Clinton, Rob Wallace, Gary Jackman, Dave Andrews, Rand Melvleins, Pat Nelson, Fred Lane, Jerry Sanders. MIDDLE ROW: Roger Powell, Doug Platt, Richard Sinnem John McKenzie, Jim Engle, Russ Andrews, Rex Galyon, John Baldwin, Joe German. BACK ROW: Dewey Dalton, Clayton Humphrey, fmanagersj Mike Batbon, James Melvleins, Russ Bosnia, Darrel Smith, Mr. Lydon feoaehj Marty Miller, Roger Jolmson, Steve Ducken, Roy Jackman, Jim Andrews, Mr. Albrecht fasst. coaehj. DOWN! READY! HIKE! ., had 3 9' Q . 5 '-,' ,Q Q ,f f Q" , 0 0 all gf, f fgg kT ,KV . , 46 45 54 X 1 . 1, 3 ' N fn jg .him we N, . Get busy girls! Plow 'em under! '--si Fight team fight We've got the ball, so lets go. TOP ROW, left to right: T. Thompson, D. Schoesboek, M. DeBoer, R. Wallace, R. Lawson, Coach Ledford. BOTTOM ROW: R. Bosma, B, Humpfrey, W. Bosma, W. Nitz, S. Sinnema, Manager P. Nelson. 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Harto, manager. BOTTOM ROW: L. DeBoer, J. Taylor, D. Powell, R. Lawson, R. Trim, B. Chapman, D. Smith, D. Clinton, F. Lane, R. Causland, M. Grady. NOT PICTURED: R. Jackman, R. Galyon. Qfx i'VTg4QLw, , , A I n:54f,:3:1'1 . v ze miie ,zkww , W ssilfisij' gmi' 3 2 .fir BATTER UP! , . - ' gf- f ' ff f 1,-f51'-52,.f22'a1.x"g':EQ.grf'.'j:Y1':' 'far TEN J JEL''?f"If:''f+?f'w-:"hL.s.fb'55.':"f f ,S ik I. I ,E Vzl, , . -f -:-,, .W ., Q . ,W J WSU 'Clif xi!!! t' fi j . . v Aqc, we 1911 ,1al1:'w 1.1, , L ,, I ff. gf ,gg f ' -'Qs2,,,,::?,1 ,rf V 1.5 , g,::,4n is x V. ,,-,,. , my f ,A M , V ,Q ' Y X f 1. ' L""'Ij7 If--if , W .- A ' ' ' 55538 ' I -yyw , 1 - A 2 I f , I' .- ... A 4 fe ,f ,A V M L Q r mq.,,,, A ,- V - U . '-4 f F' A its w,,,j,. ,L .Mn I Auf L' ' ' ff ,. J, -', W1 M 1l,.,.5 ' . A ' ...fy - -, - ,, K 'A I M- '.,4zi'-f.2f.if.V""' ' K Y Q 4 X X311 Q , -an f YN M, jf BACK ROW, left to right: Coach Mr. Albrecht, D. Oldering, P. Ross, R. McMcins, W. Bosma, J Fngle S Welch, J. Sander, J. Andrews, D. Andrews, R. Andrews. Faster, Faster l 5 Throw it farther I 7? 'R -1 X. . 'V Mi , ' pw., ,.,.: .,-- -,,'-:z - + 1 , L Jf 7. -V il Q 9 1 Fr 5 va' A fl . Wi g W! K f :lbw .nk ,Vx 5 M Ififf K M y iw Z J Y ,w M SF rx ,. Q 4 N , M' 5 an J' i wi ., s Q, Q SFF:-M. - .-any M -N, . , www., ,wh L ,l Q5- ww., i 1r,.2ffgjW-glsagrfslj, . .LQ f V .. A rf :eww-...m A ,A A. A' A w X .A ' .11Lk5vW7""' 2-Y?4"f4'f T341 3 'f " 'f vi .. . 1. 5 . W .. S-wr rr 1 ,A-'tfil Af.. .sw X Wu, . Qs .V .Q 2 ,W ,sqm Y, V -f A V .rx -lm I Lit' 'f . A' , -""'1, A: W . . ' ..-7 ,Z A fe .+:"r rfis2w-2 wr. , sf,-kfsfv-lp... A .A Y 7.1.1. ,, in A W' Mzigkfwxf-Aj ' A ' -rw by A gl, -V f, y K , .. , . . . . 4 . ?'ig.LQf"ii9f. ,ag ,s,f.f2'f. M ., uh , ..' 1 'L -x:f.xaEf3'infw L' . ,ww was-W ,L 9. f 1, Jumping to victory ! Off to a good start RACE AGAINST TIME aff .ks . TOP ROW, left to right: Mr. Sherling Qcoachj, C. Colgate, S. Engle, K, Riechman, S. Newsom, R. Powell, T Thompson, J. Harvold, S. Jones. BOTTOM ROW: L. Husky, S. Sadlier, P. DeBoer, D. Foster, S. Kuntz, P Riley, M. Miller. Wow, what Z1 hit! T N N I 1' -7 J"QJ'i'k?fQafT:-- , ..f"2n Q.,:ffff "il: N. . ffii' -5:213 2 3.3. an 7.5, 3,51 ' , X. . , r-T W1 .'1Z,. 1-.1 M at 3,5-QE 'fl Elf: ?' .ekyf v fig f1:1s:g:2W.,Q '-?'1'ff 5 . S. T53 H. xg 'I' .ze ROW 1, left to right: Mr. Ledford, Advisor, R. Lawson, J. Sander, R. Andrews, G. Jackman, R. Wallace, T. Thompson, Mr. Lydon, Advisor. ROW 2: D. Clinton, B. Humphrey, S. Sinnema, D. Andrews, R. McMeins, J. Andrews, D. Powell. ROW 3: F. Lane, R. Galyan, D. Smith, R. Powell, J. MacKenzie, R. Bosma. LETTERMEN The Lettermen headed by Mr. Ledford strive hard to earn their letters. They represent our team in sports throughout the year. It's a privi lege and an honor to bear the title Lettermen. nf','. AN N UAL '67' We would like to extend a great deal of thanks to everyone who helped to make the 1967 Tolo. Mr. R. C. Gibbs , , , , , Advisor Pat Maneval .... ............ E clitor Cindy Dempsey. . . . . . Business Manager STAFF: Leslie Hallson, Jean Hudgins, Carolyn Pitcher, Jeanie Quaale, Janet Remlinger, Elsie Bredsten, Ruth Burchett, Linda Wandler, Suzanne Jones, Emily Payne, Tina Wandler, Kathy DeBoer, Mary German, Mary Lou Massey, Katherine Riechman, Pam Terry. SENIORS Baldwin, John 52,22,3s, 15 Berosek, Gary 18,38 Burchett, Roxanne 38, 16,49,48 Busser, Judy 38, 16 Curry, Clarice 38,39 DeBoer, Leslie 24,39, 16 DeBoer, Mike 18,39,56,57,50 Dempsey, Cindy 39,44,37,48,49 DiOrio, Sherry 51,39,1o,47,59,5o Gardner, Don 39,42,4 Hallson, Leslie 40,49,48 Hudgins, Jean 40, 16, 66 Jones, Paula Lane, Sharon 40 Lyden, Karen 40,49 Maneval, Pat 40, 39, 11, 16, 66 Miller, Marty 52,22, 13,41, 64, 50 Miller, Ray Morris, Jackie 41,10,44,37,47,16,48,49,36 Nelson, Connie 41 Nelson, Pat 52,22, 13,42,48,49 Nitz, Wade 42,41,49 Oxford, Mike 42, 14, 15 Parr, Rue 42, 14 Pitcher, Carolyn 13, 12,43, 10, 11,44, 16,49, Powell, Rita 43,37,4'7,46, 16 Powell, Roger 52,43, 10, 65, 57,4,64 Quaale, Jeanie l3,43, 10, 11,44,4, 16,48,49 50 Ramsey, Dave 24,22,43,49,48 Remlinger, Janet 43, 10, 38, 37, 11,47, 16 Ross, Pat 44,48,62 Schwitters, Jim 44 Solberg, Jim 18,44, 15 Sinnema, Steve 18,44, 1O,41, 11,15,65,59 Thompson, Tom 23,13,45,59,10,15,65,56, 4,56,64,36 Trim, Ed 18,45 Walker, Reg 24,45,42,4 Wandler, Tim 15,45 Welch, Sam 45,62,63 Wright, Bob 45 Zmuda, Bob 45,49,48 J UNIORS Andrews, Jim 18, 52, 23, 32, 65, 62, 63 Andrews, Russ 52, 22, 32, 65, 62, 63 Batton, Mike 52, 54, 32 Beattie, Barbara 32, 1 Bennett, Marilyn 12,32,41 Blanken, Ron 32 Boshaw, Marcia 54, 13, 12 , 32 , 16 Bosma, Warren 32,,58, 62, 63 Bredsten, Elsie 54,32, 16 Buchmann, Marilyn 32 Burchett, Ruth 32, 16 Burke, Jim 32 , 50, 20 Carlson, Don 32 Clinton, Doug 52, 32 , 65,21, 61 Cox, Jim 35 Colgate, Vicki 51, 18,32,47, 59 Coy, Ruth Ann 54,13,12,33,17,16 4 Davidson, Steve 18,33 Duke, Alberta 33 Ducken, Sally 51, 12, 33,46, 59 Edie, Frank 35 Engle, Jim 52,33,62,63 Fisher, Irene 35 Foley, Loris 33, 16 Franklin, Sam 33, 79 German, Joe 52, 33, 21 Gilmore, Gene 18,33 Goodman, Linda 54,33, 16 Hackenbruch, Ed 33 Harder, Barbara 12,33, 10, 17, 16 Holstrom, Anna 35, 50 Heen, Larry 18, 33, 50 Humphrey, Bob 52, 13, 33, 65 Jackman, Gary 52,34,65,56,57 Johnson, Lorraine 35 Judd, Chuck 34 Kehrer, Ruth 35 Kryger, Linda 54,34, 16 Kuntz, Mark 18,34 Lawson, Rob 53, 34, 65, 60, 61 Link, Chuck 18,34 MacKenzie, John 18,52,23,54,l3,10,34, Maggs, Linda 13,34 Massey, Carl 35 Massey, Donna 34, 50 McMeins, Rand 52, 34, 65,62 Miller, Allen 34 Oliver, Morris 13,34 Remlinger, Gene 34 Rodinsky, Dee 34 Schnabel, Sheryln 35, 16, 50 Stilton, Cheryl 35 Schoesboek, Dennis 24, 13, 12, 10, 34, 15 Taylor, John 35, 58, 60, 61 Todd, Richard 22, 12, 35, 50 Vanhulle, Chuck 18,35 Wallace, Rob 52, 11, 35,65, 50 Wandler, Lynda 54,35,47,66 Wickstrom, Linda 13, 12, 14, 35 Wolff, Kandy 13, 12, 35, 16 Zucati, Richard 18, 35, 15 SOPHOMORES Andrews, David 52, 54, 28, 65, 50, 62 Beattie, Stella 28 Bidon, Barbara 14,28,47, 16 Bidon, Diana 24, 12, 10, 14,28, 16, 21, 50 Bloom, Pat 24,28 Bosma, Russ 18, 52,28,65 Brill, Eileen 31 Chapman, Brian 61 Buckman, Fred 18,28 Causland, Randy 28, 11,61 DeBoer, Larry 18, 54,29, 61 DeBoer, Pat 13,29, 16, 64 Decker, Jim 29 Decken, Steve 18, 52, 29,47 Duke, Peter 29 Eggstrom, Lennette 13, 29, 16 Emler, Susan 29 Fay, Marcia 31 65 56 Fisher, Lucille 29 Galyan, Rex 52,29,65, 1 Garnder, Carol 13,31,1 Hackenbruch, Claire 13,39, 16 Hamik, Brenda 14,29 Harder, Nancy 13,29, 11,47, 16 Harvold, Jodeen 12, 29, 16, 66, 64, 50 Heide, Ernie 29, 15 Husky, Lana 31,64 Jones, Suzanne 24, 13, 29, 16, 17, 64 Kuntz, Susan 24, 13, 51,29,47, 59, 64 Lane, Fred 13,22,29,65,61,52,5s Maneval, Peg 12, 16, 30, 50 Marty, Darlene 30, 1, 17, 16 May, Kathy 31 Miller, Patty 13, 16, 30, 50 Newsom, Sandie 30, 17, 64 Oldring, Doug 18, 62, 63, 30, 58 O'Neal, Phillip Payne, Emily 30, 16,66 Parr, Fred 18,30 Phillips, Jim 31 Powell, David 30, 65, 58, 61 Rathbone, Russ 30,50 Richter, Dennis 30 Riley, Pat 13,51,12,30,59,5O Ronnei, Duane 18,30 Ross, Ben 18,24,30 sadlier, sunne 24,13,12,30,14,64,50 Sander, Jerry 52,23, 31, 15, 58, 63,62 Siddens, Pam 22, 13, 31,16 Sinn, Sharon 31 Sinnema, James 18,31 Sinnema, Richard 18,52,22, 31,58, 50 Smith, Darrel 18, 52, 23, 31, 65, 58, 61 smith, Dennis 31,15,47 Stough, Pat 24, 31, 50 Tillotson, Debbie 31 Wandler, Tina 31, 16,66 Zuiderbaan, Wendy 22, 13,31, 16 FRESHMEN Barnhart, Karen 25, 50 Barnhart, Stephen 25 Batton, Randy 27 Benedict, Douglas 25 Blanken, Rick 25 Bosma, Marge 25,50 Brower, Marilyn 25, 16, 50 Brown, Lyndon 25 Brown, Steve 22,25 Buchmann, Jaunita 25 Causland, Mike 25,61 Carns, Teresa 25, 50 Chapman, Ken Colgate, Cheri 25, 11, 16, 64, 50 Cohenour, Shirley 25, 16, 50 Cusitar, Brenda 24,25, 50 Dalton, Dewey 52,25 - Davidson, Nancy 25, 16, 50 DeBoer, Kathy 25,47, 16, 50 Decker, Joanne 22,25 Dempsey, Mike 22,25,20 DeVries, Rick 18,23,25,58 Donald, Ben 22,26 Drumm, Mary 10, 26, 11, 16, 50 Ducken, Kathy 26, 50 Eastman, John 18, 23, 26,47 Engle, Scott 23, 26,58, 61 Engle, Sue 25,26,46,16,64,50 Fay, Jenny 26, 16,50 Fisher, Skip 27 Foster, Debbie 27, 11, 17, 64, 50 Gardner, Marianne 26, 16, 50 German, Mary Lou 26,47, 17, 16, 50 Gilbertson, Gail 22,26, 50 Gilmore, Steven 26 Grady, Mike 22,25,26,47,61 Grove, Ewart 27 Harris, Sandra 27 Harto, Virgil 61 Haugan, Jim 26 Hinzman, Chuck 26, 61 Hollenbach, Kaye 22, 26, 11,47, 16, 50 Hughes, Carol 27,50 Humphrey, Clayton 52, 22, 26, 58 Isom, Randy 26 Jackman, Roy 52, 26, 1 Johnson, Chris 27 Johnson, Roger 52,26,58, 61 Kehrer, Randall 26 Kryger, David 26, 58 Lawson, Tom 23,26,61 MI-irlette, Judy 26,50 Marty, Debby 25,26,16,50 Massey, Mary Lou 26,47,50 May, Doug 22,26 McMeins, James 52, 10, 25,26, 11,47, Miller, Kathy 26, 50 Mills, Greg 26 Moklebust, Helen 26, 50 Moore, Jeanette 26, 27, 50 Moore, Jeff 18,22,26,47 Morris, Kathy 22,26,50 Nelson, Paul 26, 58, 61 Nitz, Dea 26,58 Norman, Susan 26 Oldring, Teresa 24, 14,27, 16, 50 O'Neal, Linda 50 Plant, Paula 27,50 Platt, Doug 52, 27,47, 61 Price, Bruce 27 Quaale, Ed 27, 58 Ramsey, Rick 27,47, 58 Richards, Roy 27 Riechman, Katherine 27, 11, 16, 17, 64 Ruddell, Bill 27, 61 Rush, Kathleen 27, 50 Schwitters, Paul 27 Terry, Pam 25, 27, 16, 50 Turney, Bob 27, 61 Trim, Russ 27, 58, 61 Vinyard, Linda 27, 16 Waidelich, Vicky 27 Willey, Don 27 Zmuda, Penni 27, 50 ADVERTISEMENT SUPPORT YOUR COMMUNITY J E! J Q n 4? Q 'O 'A' Li A A CU '-1 ,fs P -Q ff '-Till? , 0 N 'S ' .x,,'l'..- A 523111 , ff'-'E in '-Inu :Fir lf? W F-Mm 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. Weyerhaeuser CASCADE AREA ENUMCLAW AND SNOQUALMIE FALLS HlX'S MARKET AND DUVALL POST OFFICE f-1? i :ov Af.: CHEES WI QI DuvAn.l., WASH. VI'S BEAUTY SALON E324 VO, VIOLET R, LINK 788-2461 MAIN ST. DUVALI. DUBEY FURNITURE COMPLETE HOME FURNISHING TU 8-2744 SNOQUALMIE, WN, ELECTRICAL WIRING 8, REPAIRING THE SPORT SHOP II 6' N f 4 Sf 3551, TU 8-O7'Ib' NORTH BEND, WASH. 4 If I 'J rrwl . - Y ofofo'afnfsfa: 0 0 0 0 Q fo 0 0' ' 'ffl fn o 0 0 0 a s u:n:o'o:o'o'o'o 1 :o:c:a:s:o ' as n 0 o n ' s r ,1-nu, 2432323232 0 0 Q 0 0 I.o.o.n.s.n 0. Q Q he A Q I 0 u 0 0 V u'a'o'aJ'R ani? 0. U 0 0 1 a.s.s.o eff.: 5 9, I O U f K v'u'M I 9, ff. fa s 0 4. , , o 0 0 1 ' 4.9 fo 'fo u ' ' 4 Q 0 0 0 o o ' ' '0'o'o'n 0' 0, , X., 1.50. .JJ 'g' my x 50.0.0.9 1 sz . 1 x s 1 0 A ls. .saw 5,:::a.n.s. " ' 'f X jijzsxgss- Qffgj Nb:- XO. GILDER PAINTS CONTRACT INSTALLATIONS LINOLEUM AND VINYLS CERAMIC TILES FORMICA ,-' 1-I.. 1 0 I D 4 B E 5 1 -939 :.." v'nfUDf ug ? 0? 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GLAZ'ER'S EAsTwAY BUICK LADIES READY-TO-WEAR IVIENVS FURNISHINGS TU 8-0201 NORTH BEND, WASH. CARNATION DRUGS 333-4130 JOE GERMAN, OWNER PONTIAC CO FRIENDLY SERVICE AND SALESVI BEST DEALS IN THE NORTHWEST NORTH BEND THE SHOW IS BEST AT WIDE-TRACK TOWN CARNATION LUMBER SUPPLY 5 East Q 'E It x I 2, 333-4145 ZS? yi.-fm? I9 'SAI P .sjvl -I A-5 , 131, : -L , 4 , .I , . ,,L.-,L Ib rflfr 39- f 1' .4 9 SIMPSON FLORAL 333-4288 CARNATION E 8x M PLUMBING 84 CASCADE SHEET METAL NATURAL GAS INSTALLAT IO NS SALES SERVICE SNOQUALIVIIE, WASH, L.,L. E. J. ANDERSON c r SNOQUALIVIIE, WASH. IITHE HOIVIE OF FRED LEWIS - -if W I , A -W , W ' I 1-my if :ff S f 3 5. SLLI w ,IAI A AI,III I ,ire Haw, f fi? f fiigfisiw'-:x?4PfSz?xf'fa xfgki 3 - - ,M ,,,, ,msxim-:g,1f,1g, 1: A , ,fm,Q,-f,..Qyf, .-, -Q . vigegwfx .xw.i.4mM.. -5, - . ,. . fW4'v4: 1:1-,J-A251935 .s Jes-Ifilfqfz. 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