Tolt High School - Tolo Yearbook (Carnation, WA)

 - Class of 1968

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MIDDLE ROW: Lester Humphrey, Bill Ruddell, James Duke, Richard Sinnema, Jim Engle, Dave Andrews, Russ Bosma, Russ Trim, Roy Jackman, Paul Nelson. BOTTOM ROW: Dale Harder fManagerJ, Dewey Dalton QManager7, Mark Bidon, Randy Trim, Neal Coy, Jeff Harvold, Larry De Boer, Roger Johnson, David Kryger, Pat Grady, Jerry Sanders, Clayton Humphrey, Ted Morris fManagerJ. Suspense. . Football this season has been one of happiness and sadness. The team has played hard and made points but they haven't achieved the goal of all football teams. We should be proud of our team they've worked hard and proved them- selves leaders to come. , ,f pp Tina! Ni egg '91 .qw .e 52 A .f Q -'Q P? RRR! f' Bid! ,aff W A' NE. .,,, N1 - vii' if 3,-W n i, 4 ,N .4 W. Q if 'S 54 Na ,,- 1,6 ., 1 M Lani , . M1 V4 'fu sm As- ff 31.4 41 M , Q , ' 'E , Y 'V' nf' ' av ,,W,wfQ9 'Fm .'. ' .pm . 3' V , M W Q ' 3 . A-in 1 f on x no 3 af Of" 1' 1,q. 1 1 .. 1 1 , . e 1 1 4 MEM. ' A ,. H A515 THA ' 1 1 if 1, 1 1. 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'51 .M 5 f w Q W ff Teresa Oldring Roxana Zimmerman and Jodeen Harvold Mary Lou German Darlene Marty Patty Riley F O LEFT TO RIGHT: Mike Batton, David Andrews, Larry DeBoer, Doug Clinton, Rob Lawson, Russ Trim, Jim Andrews, Bob Humphrey, Detlev Kradenpoth, Russ Bosma, Gary Jackman, John MacKenzie, Russ Andrews, Rand McMeins, Rob Wallace, Rex Galyan, Doug Platt, Jerry Sanders, Mr. Albrecht. LETTERMEN'S CLUB To get into the Lettermen's Club these young men worked hard in earning their letters. They are re- quired to present a letter of application to be pre- sented before the club and voted on. This elite group raises money to buy athletic films. TOP ROW: Rand McMeins, Vice Presidentg David Andrews, President. BOTTOM ROW: Rob Lawson, Sergeant at Armsg Mike Batton, Secretary Treasurer. Q--lJ:N-ZJPGDJUCD CD2 11 '95 , 'Q SEATED, left to right: Pam Siddens, Claire Hackenbruch, Ruth Ann Coy, Linda Wickstrom, Patty Miller, Debbie Foster, Marcia Boshaw, Patty DeBoer, Mary Lou German, Katherine Riechman, Peg Maneval, Cheri Colgate, Carol Gardner, Sue Kuntz, Lennette Eggstrom, Nancy Harder, Sunne Sadlier, Patty Riley, Teresa Carns, Suzaane Jones, Jeanette Moore, Alberta Duke. STANDING: Dennis Schosboek, Dennis Richter, Morris Oliver, Dave Andrews, Bob Humphrey, John MacKenzie, Mike Grady, Roger Jolmson, and Mr. Gibbs, Advisor. HONGR SOCIETY , 24 ----.3 The high standing students of Tolt make up the Honor Society. They work hard to keep up a 3. 2 cumulative. They are allowed two trips repre- senting our High School. The Honor Scoiety Presi- dent is Sunne Sadlier and the advisor is Mr. Gibbs. K DEBATE Universal Crime is the topic for this year's debate team. Under the new leadership of Mr. Sherling, the debate team strives hard to put Tolt first in the league. The affirmative team for the unexperienced rounds was Jon Eastman and Ernie Heide. For the experienced rounds, Linda Wickstrom and Morris Oliver were on the negative team. Jon Eastman and Alberta Duke alternated with Ernie Heide to form the affirmative team. LEFT TO RIGHT: Jon Eastmen, Morris Oliver, Advisor Mr Sherhng Alberta Duke Linda Wickstrom Ernie Heide. GIRLS CLUB Girls' Club is an organization designed to teach leadership and add the women's touch to a school The advisor Mrs. Randlev and the President Nancy Harder lead the girls in all they do Some of the Girls' Club projects have been, decorating the school for Christmas and the Tolo and also Mrs. Randlev, Advisorg the Style Show. Nancy Harder, Pres. g Debbie Marty, Treas. 9 Patty DeBoer, V. Pres.g NOT PICTURED: Kandy Wolf, Sec. and A I 45 A BOTTOM ROW, left to right: Anna Holstrom Becky Hall V1k1 Colgate Ruth Burchett Sally Ducken Barbara Harder, Linda Goodman, Marilyn Bennett Kandy Wolff Marc1a Boshaw Cherl Colgate Patty R11ey Sue Kuntz Sunne Sadlier, Susanne Jones, Pam S1ddens Wendy Zu1derba.an MIDDLE ROW L1nda Kryger L1nda Maggs Elsie Bredsten, Pam Terry, Mary Drumm Debby Marty Debbxe Foster Kaye Hollenbach Jodeen Harvold Laurie Ducken, Darlene Marty, Cla1re Hackenbruch Nancy Harder Patty Mlller Carol Gardner Sue Engle TOP ROW: Sherlyn Schanbel, L1nda W1ckstrom Ruth Ann Coy L11l1 Mlchaud Kathy Rush Marllyn Brower Jeanette Moore, Diana Bidon, Peg Maneval Patty DeB0er Roxanne Zlmmerrnan Mary Lou German Teresa Oldring, Gail Gilbertson, Joanne Decker lf' W Q Li, BOTTOM ROW, left to right: Sue Kuntz, Sally Ducken, Arma Holstrom, Cheri Colgate, Patty Riley. FIRST ROW: Jeanette Moore, Marilyn Bennett, Ruth Burchett, Kandy Wolff, Linda Goodman, Viki Colgate, Pat DeBoer, Peg Maneval, Tina Wandler, Emily Payne. SECOND ROW: Marcia Boshaw, Linda Wickstrom, Ruth Ann Coy, Mary Lou German, Teresa Oldring, Jennifer Fay, Pam Terry, Diana Bidon, Linda Kryger, Sue Engle. THIRD ROW: Roxanne Zimmerman, Patty Miller, Marcia Fay, Jodeen Harvold, Pam Siddens, Wendy Zuiderbaan, Darlene Marty, Marilyn Brower, Gail Gilbertson, Joanne Decker, Barbara Harder. FOURTH ROW: Sharon Sinn, Sunne Sadlier, Suzanne Jones, Mary Drumm, Debby Marty, Marianne Gardner, Carol Gardner, Nancy Harder, Clarie Hackenbach, Becky Hall. TOP ROW: Joleen George, Kathy Rush, Paula Hill, Teresa Carns, Laurie Ducken, Sharon Fay, Laura Rush, Sherlyn Schanbel, Patty Chambers. GH If PEP CLUB lffihf .- 513 K . L ,ws fl 3 . -f , My ' Bright orange sweaters and black skirts , , A' ,K ,Wi are what are in order for sports activities -, 1 4 w -fx. jg Girls in Pep Club mourn when they lose 'ff tfrfifg ii and cheer if they win. The President is R T f W- MQ f Marcia Boshaw and the advisor is Mrs. f L! if . . Browitt. J - .x 3 1 fl N 1 -, X u BOTTOM ROW, left to right: Laurie Ducken, Sharon Fay, Brenda Anderson, Mary Lou German, Teresa Oldring, Sunne Sadlier, Marianne Gardner, Marcie Peterson, Chris Dalla Pozza, Jennifer Fay, Kathy DeBoer, Kathy Ducken, Suzaane Jones. TOP ROW: Sue Engle, Teresa Carns, Marcia Fay, Laura Rush, Jodeen Harvold, Nancy Goodman, Diana Bidon, Darlene Marty, Carol Gardner, Pat DeBoer, Peg Maneval, Valerie Gibbs, Debbie Marty, Helen Mokelbust, Nancy Davidson, Connie Emler, Pam Terry, Kay Hollenbach, Patty Chambers, Jeanette Moore, Barbara Bidon. G.A.A. Since last year, the girls of Tolt High put together one of the most active clubs Tolt has. With enthusiasm, spirit, and members, in- cluding the president and the advisor, G.A. A. has shown its out- standing ability to show spirit. Stop it! ! Service! ! The line-up. l Snap those pictures! Tote those cameras! This is a sound most often heard in the labora- tory. The Photo Club learns how to develop and take pictures with the ultimate goal in C B mind, perfection. With Mr. Gibbs and Mr. Skalicky as the advisors they will reach it. FIRST ROW, left to right: Kathleen Rush, Paula Plant, Marilyn Brower, Cheri Colgate, Linda O'Nea.l, Mike Dempsey. SECOND ROW: Mr. Skalicky, Advisor, Marge Bosma, Sue Engle, Katherine Riechman Warren Bosma, Jim Burke, Jeanette Moore, Mr. Gibbs, Advisor. Mike and Marilyn check pictures. m,,..v m vm. 1 '91 mr Q f I ff f N 5 TOLT HIGH F. F.A 3 li of' 'O 'Sm ff, l Winn 0 -A, f fl 1. o -' LA -7 .. .ey o . 4 ? x,xnP TOP ROW, left to right: Mike Waid, John McKinnie, Darrel Smith, Jon Eastman, Richard 7ucatt1, Mark Kuntz, Chuck Link, Gene Gilmore, Chuck Judd, Mike Batton, Walter Foley, David Poindexter Paul Zucatti, Rob T1llotson, Mr. Walen. BOTTOM ROW: Steve Gilmore, Fred Parr, Ben Ross, Larry DeBoer, Bob Koster, Russ Bosma Mike Dempsey, Steve Davidson, John MacKenzie, Richard Sinnema, Rick DeVries, Dale Harder Mike Sumtsch Mike Schosboek, Pat Walen. Our FFA Organization's purpose is to teach agriculture and animal raising to its members. FFA requires a great amount of responsibility as it takes a lot of time and know how to raise animals and to grow crops They also are given equal chances to take part in fairs and judging. FlRST ROW, left to right: Gail Gilbertson, Joanne Decker, Richard Todd, Wendy Zuiderbaan, Darlene Marty, Pam Siddens, John McKinnie, Kathy Morris, Kaye Hollenback, Roy Richards, Dale Harder, Ted Morris, Mike Sunitsch, Fred Lane, Mark Bidon, Don Manning, Lester Humphrey, Scott Engle, Rick DeVries, Rob Wallace, Jerry Sanders. SECOND ROW: Mr. Sullivan, Diana Bidon, Pat Walen, Steve Brown, Mike Grady, Jim Andrews, John MacKenzie, Richard Sinnema, lVLike Dempsey, Pat Grady, Clayton Humphrey, Joe German, Morris Oliver, Paul Batton, Bob Humphrey, Steve Baldwin. They represent us. .W 1' a . A 517-ef-?'L,'-Thifife'-I Wf 1' flfn, f . f- -K, . , . 1 A' . L, ' K... W' f - -fif1:,r.':"x,,,-wrwx-:asm fm .ejf A: - f -W, , QM V , ,k N, vu ,- H . 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' ' 'f'la"jf' 1 ' . 335-mgf,-"5 "' TJ M' ' V dw Q, M f,,1,,,:5., gym, .,.,-my A s gy 3-f ,mg-. ' f -4, '75 ff-f-win e - - ww -'iff 'M .W - l "' Jimgzmaawfvftif g,.e.,,..4m44a+f12Q. 2 , ,na . ,.w,w,Qffw5':swf!51K:if:if'f-2 BAND fs s ...., eo? 1 ,e fr at '1 Y Time to clean-up. The Band directed by Mr. Sullivan has done a very good job this year. They have performed in concerts and parades. Also the band has helped promote Pep at assemblies before games. Come blow your horns. Mr- SUl1iVa-11, directs- ,. - Q K .U,.vM,.ff - rw W ' "M 2 TOP ROW, left to right: Alan Miller, Jim Phillips, David Powell, Don Bergquist J1m Engle Gary Jackman, Rand McMeins, Rob Wallace, Rob Lawson, Mike Batton, Dennis Schosboek, Chuck Judd, Carl Massey. BOTTOM ROW: Jim Burke, Richard Todd, Marilyn Brower, Chris Dalla Pozza Diana Bidon, Pam Siddens, Becky Hall, Ruth Burchett, Sherlyn Schnabel, Anna Holstrom, Barbara Harder Jun Decker Dennis Richter, Mr. Sullivan. HIT THE HIGH NOTES This year's Chorus is one of its better years. They have entertained at PTA meetings and pro- duced their own concerts Four students were sent to the Honour Choir in Lyndon. The interest of music is credited to the students willingness to learn and their director, Mr. Sullivan. in Tonight. . . tonight mm .. V' ' 'N-.M LEFT TO RIGHT: Patty Riley, Mr. Albrecht, Sally Ducken, Marilyn Bennet, Marcia Boshaw, mf L Advisor, Ruth Ann Coy, Barbara Harder, Mary Drumm, Doug Clinton, Gary Jackman, Gene Remlinger, Marianne Gardner, Debbie Foster, Rob Lawson, Rand McMeins, Debby Marty. Rob and Mr. Albrecht talk it over. Checking it over. This is Journalisms' first year as a regular class. The paper is more organ ized and has more of a students opinion. With the help of Mr. Albrecht, the staff has learned the technique of inserting pictures on the pages. The busy staff. l 11 t J,-+1 if , ' 'Q X fa 3 . . -1 v A A ' ir? F , g figggffggggagf . , .,. ,5:.-g'f13:L4g- 5-'Fiji-1 H 5 1- 4-5a,.gs,.,--, .1--5:-A - ,,.,..-.www--W M f ' ily' V 19 f'l. ., 1 ADMINISTRATIDN SCHOOL BOARD MEMBERS, left to right: Mr. Mr. Smith, Mr. Moore and Mrs. Prescott. ...Q-. R Roetcisoender, Principal, Mr. McKay discussing problems with Detlev. Superintendent, Mr. L. Moore. N Mr. Remington, Mr. MacKenzie, Mr. Kryger, wt., . we 125 , .wg .K 4 n.. 31125 f 5 FACULTY Mrs. Wilson - Counselor Miss Matthews Mrs. Caplen - Speech Therapist School Nurse Working hard and teaching the Student Body is the goal of our faculty. The faculty counsels, teaches, and backs us up when we need a break. With the help of our faculty We are able to take another small step into the future. TEACHER SNAPS CAREERS MR. ALBRECHT Bookkeepingg Typing 1192, 3KL4p Office MR . GLADSON U. S. Historyg World Problemsg World History. HISTORY Practiceg Journalism. W ' lil-"IV R 5' X . In-if.-:'j,'-"L,ig4z:.f . gif ,-1' Y JI".-"S ',a':s'g:'- cf, '.., -"' '15 'firm X ,af , r ff ' -:.--. ..:.,v'.f Q, W - ..... V '4 MR. LYDON MRS- BROWITT Drivers Educationg Safety Educationg Economicsg Youth and Marriageg Girls' P. E. 18.2, 38245 Family Living 1312, 38z4. Washington Historyg World Geography. tl MRS. BALENTI MRS RANDLEV mniwm' LANGUAGE Speech: English English 38.4, 5az6, 1822, 3194, 708- msg Spanish 23.4. MRS. MCKAY MISS TROMP English 18z2. English 354, 58x65 German 18z2 , 38:11. MR. SULLIVAN Bandg Chorus. MUSIC X J X A ' X112 ilu S 'W35 MR. WALEN Agricultural Science Shopg Agri- cultural Science 18z2, 354, 58z6. SCIENCE MR. SKALISKY Carpentryg General Shopg General Mathg Wood Shop 102, 354. MR. LEDFORD 1? Biologyg Art 28x43 Boys' P. E. 18z2, 38z4. SHOP LIBRARY i MATH Algebra 1812, 38z4g Geometryg Physicsg Trigonometryg Bi- ology. MR . SHERLING Libraryg Humanities. LEFT TO RIGHT: L. Layette, H. Owens, A. Harvold, F. Vanhulle, R. Noble, G. Mitchell, G. Curry, D. Austin, V. Amos, S. Maneval. 44 HELP Tolt wouldn't be the school it is today without the help of its staff behind the scenes. This hidden staff consists of Bus-drivers, Janitors, Mechanics, and Secretaries, which prove to be very helpful in assisting us throughout our routine school day. We are quite lucky to have such great help, and hope that the next generation will be as lucky. Superintendent's Secretary Mrs i l -iI ' I ' Principa1's Secretary Mrs. Terry Janitor Dave Poindexter Janitor George Curry CG M , I uftiif ax f 1 husk' His 2 ,L....73v- f ' 9- I ,sa Y . K: If f i P 1 ' 5 K L Q, 2 ,. Q X x s 5. 1 -f., -f ASSCCIATED STUDENT BODV EPRESENTATIVES Dennis Schosboek and Rob Wallace, our leaders. The government of our school is led by our Student Council. They analyze the problems of our school and try to remedy them as best they can. If they need help or questions to be answered they go to the principal for the answers. Usually the Student Council is left to face things by themselves. As it has been shown they've come through with flying colors. M. wx .. . 3 m u , : g 435553 , ..Ag f3"1V -5 2 7,1355 5.6, wrgigf- '1'i?siei?.. f, . t . -fm 12593 - .- mx:-1 242333. ,id . , V Q use . Ark UTM 25 k 1 2,y1azM:: 91"-in M " if .3 3:65 fag ,-,M 'wi uf 4 M.- A F2 -u 'FE 1...- ' E ef K 1, V- 5 AS.. .X ww, f... KF' Stages as F 'S' S REQ ,ww M7 ki 5 I7 Q L i 5 wwf 'f fy ak , s i E Q 1 2 X 1 . i v 5 Q 2 xi 'ii 3 f 1 i i Q ki , S 49 fag Anderson, Brenda Baldwin, Steve Batton, Patricia Batton, Paul Benner, Clyde ,naw The new little brothers and sisters of Tolt High School are called Freshmen or more com- ! K I 3 h Q .Y lf V, ' t, D B'd M k h b , monly nicknamed HFTOSIL H The Berqquis on 1 on, ar C am ers Patty "Frosh" have highly represented the school in sports and through academic ability. Their Advisors FRESHMAN OFFICERS. Mr Shernng are Mr' Sherhng and Mr' Skahcky' Advisory Bob Kosters, Presidentg Nancy Goodman, Secretaryg Mr. Skalicky, Advisory Mike Simitsch, Treasurer. Cook, Kathy Coy, Neal Dalla Pozza, Chris Davis, Connie Davis, Lexie DeBoer, Susan Doe, Rick Ducken, Laurie Duke, James Emler, Connie Engle, Patty Fairman, Jim Fay, Sharon Fehrebach, Diana Fisher, Charles FRESHMEN "7I" Fisher, Linda Foley, Walter Gibbs, Valerie Goodman, Nancy George, Joleen Grady, Pat Harris, Randy Harvold, Jeff '52, f M 1 , Q V A, ,ai 1' 1 r 5 A 1. ., M 'I 5 fm ww ,,, Harder, Dale Haug, Cheryl Haugan, Mike Heide, Sxsan Hemen, Lee 5 ' ' M . f Z l f . 325, 3 Q wi , fa-Z H Awww Hill, Paula Hinze, Lance Humphrey, Lester Kosters, Bob Link, Judy Maggs, Gordon Manning, Don McKinnie, John McKinnon, Ted McLean, John Morris, Ted up it i 'yr , fy 19 8 will an . ' ,Kiw i f ? Powell, Susan Rathbone, Tony Rush Laura ' Qi i L , ga ' E ass' if Ufffii gi' d ' 'nj j 7 ff " Q 3 M K 3 , A ' Schockley, Wallace Schosboek, Michael Sumtsch, Mike A 5 , ' ' . L., . Y 5, W X-Qf , ' - E: mf! 5 , , . - V 3 some ,Q M. Hg ,Q :ez ' in '- Tillotson, Rob Trim, Randy Waid, Michael Walen, Patrick Wandler, Sandra Worf, Elizabeit Zimmerman, Fred Zucati, Paul NOT PICTURED: Dicken, Steve Galasha, Russell Krsak, Jerry Link, Stanley Meligan, Roberta Miller, Vernon Sinnema, Jerry Walsh, Nan Blanken, Rick Bosma, Marge Brower, Bob Brower, Marilyn ' ai ieqiw, - 'M ' l . -fs gap. B fi Chapman, Ken V . - Cohenour, Shirley 1, ,.f1,,5 we fi Wwe, .s 1-,. A .. , - - .Qu ififfefffw fr uf - ' me Colgate, Cheri Mr. Albrecht Advisor, T. Lawson V. Pres., E. Quaale Sgt. at Arms, M. McMeins Pres., C. Colgate Sec. , Mr. Gladson Advisor. Batton, Randy Barnhart, Karen Barnhart, Steve Benedict, Doug Brown, Lyndon Brown, Steve Carns, Teresa Causland, Mike Besides getting their class rings the sophomores have been involved in many activities. At the football and basketball games you can always find them selling programs. For their project this year the sophomores have painted the vending machines our school colors. Mr. Albrecht and Mr. Gladson aid the sophomores and hope to prepare them for their junior year. SGPHGMORES "7O" Q Ku, Dalton, Dewey A E Sophomores at work. Davidson, Nancy yy. DeBoer, Kathy 113' 1 l ,, wht W r I ,,. -S-,.,a.,,MvA,M 5 Decker, Joanne Dempsey, Mike DeVries, Rick Donald, Ben Drumm, Mary Ducken, Kathy Eastman, Jon Engle, Scott .4 ef, x, nn.-Q '. A Q i 'lv-Q. K 5, - VN-.rf My M ff' 4' awk 53, N I -19" if is if , X .S ' Mvwlkk I ' i-Ll wx., E. Engle, Sue Fay, Jennifer Fisher, Skip Foster, Debbie Gardner, Marianna German, Mary Lou Gilbertson, Bob Gilbertson, Gail Gilbertson, Rick Gilmore, Steve Grady, Mike Haugan, Jim Hinzman, Chuck Hollenbach, Kaye Humphrey, Clayton Isom, Randy Jackman, Roy Johnson, Roger Kehrer, Randy Kryger, David Lawson, Tom Lebed, Nick Marty, Debby Massey, Mary Lou Michause, Lilli Miller, Kathy 1VIi11s, Greg Moklebust, Helen Moore, Jeanette Moore, Jeff Morris, Kathy McMeins, James Nelson, Paul Norman, Susan 1.. M-- - N I 1 Price, Bruce Quaale, Ed Ramsey, Rick Reed, Chris Schwitters, Paul Spear, Jim Terry, Pam Trim, Russ iss.:-X O'Neal, Linda Oldring, Teresa Plant, Paula Platt, Doug Richards, Roy Riechman, Katherine Ruddell, Bill Rush, Kathleen Turney, Bob Waidelick, Vicky Willey, Don Zmuda, Penni Andrews, David Bidon, Barbara Bidon, Diana Bosma, Russ Brock, Ray Causland, Randy Chapman, Brian DeBoer, Larry Duke, Pete Eggstrom, Lennette The Juniors have finished three years of high school, and are looking forward to their last. The past year has been fun. They have their advisors Miss Trornp and Mr. Gibbs to thank for all the help they've received. Wm 'ms' Rf 2 . I if 'f DeBoer, Patty Decker, Jim Ducken, Steve Duncan, Orville LEFT TO RIGHT: Miss Tromp, Advisorg Darrel Smith, Pres.g Darlene Marty, V. Pres Patty Miller, Sec., Benny Ross, Treas.g Mr. Gibbs, Advisor. Fay, Marcia Fisher, Lucille Galyan, Rex Gardner, Carol E Q Heide, Ernie Hemen, Ed Jones, Suzaane Kuutz, Sue Hamik, Brenda Harder, Nancy Hackenbruch, Claire Harvold, Jodeen W 1 JUNIORS "69" Lane, Fred w 5 5 ga. Lebed, Alex A ww' Maneval, Peg Marty, Darlene Miller, Patty Oldring, Doug Olsen, Lynn 4 Q f' O'Nea1, Philip Parr, Fred Payne, Emily Phillips, Jim Powell, David Rathbone, Russ Richter, Dennis Riley, Patty Ronnei, Duane Ross, Benny Sadlier, Sunne Sander, Jerry Siddens, Pam Sinn, Sharon Sinnema, James Sinnema, Richard Smith, Darrel Smith, Dennis Wandler, Tina Zuiderbaan, Wendy ,vu-9' wi, A w '15 gs 3 I png X . 'W' K Zimmerman, Roxana 7-,xv i H. in L I awww 1 i S 5 :P f'z"4!""1 " K QQQM 5' , W .a, i,'f.?f55'f' M wx ., A 6 h ,T ,J I want to see my uncle! No Jess! LEFT TO RIGHT: Jim Andrews, Pat DeBoer, Steve Ducken, Teresa Oldring, Carol Gardner, Jim Burke eee T T, 5, LEFT TO RIGHT: David Poindexter, Jodeen Harvold, Jennifer Fay, John MacKenzie, Roxanna Zimmerman Richard Sinnema. DEARLV DEPARTED 'Q QNWM ,W ,Ig ' 4-Q-M 59 gf .39 f pg? Q My -mf rw Q5- f M Ay I-.Q H ,nm , 'Q Aff ' xhil-if 35- 154 'Q . SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS, left to right: Mr. Ledford, Advisory Linda Wickstrorn, Treasurerg Ruth Ann Coy Presidentg John Mac Kenzie Vice Presidentg Ruth Burchett Secretary. WE FIND OUR OPPORTUNITY. .. IN THE VARIETY OF OUR EDUCATION. Throughout the last four years the Senior Class has contributed much to the personality of Tolt High School. Soon they will be leav- ing, to live their own lives. They have left their mark which will be engraved in this school forever. With the help of their advisor, Mr. Ledford, they will reach their ultimate goals. JAMES LINDSAY ANDREWS My most embarrassing moment: Finding out that the zipper didn't work on my jeans. Band 1,2, 3,49 Service Club 3,4Q Letterman 2, 3,49 F. F.A. 1, 2, 39 All School Play 49 Senior Play 4g Track 2, 3, 4g Baseball 19 Basketball 1,32 Football 2, 3, 49 F. F.A. Sedretaryg Ba.nd President, Vice President, Service Club Presidentg F. F.A. State Convention 2, 3. RUSSELL L. ANDREWS My most embarrassing moment: I jumped offside all alone in football and started charging down the field. Band 1, 2, 3, 49 Service Club 4g Letterman 2, 3, 49 Student Council 39 Track 1, 2, 3, 49 Basketball 1, 39 Football 2, 3, 49 Frosh Treasurerg Student Council Representative 3. IRENE N. BATTON My most embarrassing moment: I got some Go-Go boots and I was walking into the old buildin and I slipped and fell on my bottom side. Girls' Club 19 Chorus 1. MICHAEL WAYNE BATTON My most embarrassing moment: I got my leg kicked in a warm up but the embarrassing thing . was I never played a football game all year. Paper Staff 49 Letterman 2, 3, 49 F. F.A. 1, 2, 3, 49 Chorus 3, 49 Track 29 Baseball 49 Basketball 19 Football 1, 3,4Q Secre- l tary and Treasurer, Letterman 4. SENIDRS LLOYD G. BATTON My most embarrassing moment: I was taking a friend of mine home after school and I got a flat. I didn't have a spare or a jack. We sat there for the rest of the night. MARILYN SUE BENNETT My most embarrassing moment: When Mr. Gibbs almost took a picture! ! Paper Staff 3, 49 Girls' Club 3, 49 Pep Club 3, 49 Student Council 29 Chorus 4g Powder Puff 3. 66 WARREN LEE BOSMA My most embarrassing moment: When I broke my arm about 5 minutes before the Sultan basketball game. Track 35 Basketball 2, 3, 4. ELSIE BREDSTEN My most embarrassing moment: My bubble gum popped in my face when Mr. Ledford was mad. Girls' Club 1,2, 3, 45 Pep Club 2, 3,43 Annual 33 All School Play 3. RONALD LEE BLANKEN My most embarrassing moment: Is when I got locked up in Chorus. Service Club 45 Chorus lg Senior Play 4. MARCIA M. BOSHAW My most embarrassing moment: Being called knuckle-nose by Mr. Gladson in Contemp. Class Paper Staff 2, 3,45 Girls' Club l,2,3,4g Pep Club 3, 4, Honor Society 2,3, 4g Senior Play 45 Powder Puff 35 Girls' Club Rep- resentative 2g Pep Club President 4. 968 RUTH AUBREY BURCHETT My most embarrassing moment: My most embarrassing moment is too embarrassing to tell! Girls' Club 2, 3, 45 Pep Club 2, 3, 4, Annual 2, 3, Student Council 4g Chorus 45 Frosh Secretary, Senior Secretary. JAMES ARTHUR BURKE My most embarrassing moment: We set up a still in Chemistry and Mr. Gibbs knew what it was before we started. Paper Staff 3, Photo Club 3, 45 All School Play 4, Senior Play 45 Baseball lg Basketball 1,25 Service Club Vice President 4. 67 DOUGLAS JOE CLINTON My most embarrassing moment: Mr. Taylor told about a baseball incident before the student body. Paper Staff 45 Letterman 2, 3, 45 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 45 Basketball 15 Football 3, 45 Photo Club 1,25 Letterman Vice President 35 Baseball Captain. VIKI LYNN COLGATE My most embarrassing moment: In Drivers Ed Mr. Lydon's side of the car went in the ditch. Paper Staff 45 Girls' Club 2,3,45 Pep Club 3, 45 Yell Squad 2, 35 Student Council 45 Chorus 45 All School Play 45 Senior Play 45 Powder Puff 3, 45 F. F.A. Chapter Sweetheart 3. RUTH ANN COY My most embarrassing moment: Roger told me what "Hyumant". . .meantz In front of the study hall. Paper Staff 2, 3, 45 Girls' Club 1,2, 3, 45 Pep Club 3, 45 Honor Society 2, 3, 45 Student Council 45 Senior Play 45 Powder Puff 35 Senior President5 Girls' Club President5 Honor Society Secretary 4. STEVE JOHN DAVIDSON My most embarrassing moment: I don't have one. Service Club 35 F. F. A. 1, 2, 3, 45 Chorus 15 F. F. A. Treasurer 3, 4. SALLY JOAN DUCKEN My most embarrassing moment: When Rand accidentally hit me in the face . . . hard! Paper Staff 2, 3, 45 Girls' Club 1,2,35 Pep Club 3,45 Yell Squad 3, 45 Student Council 45 Tennis 1, 2, 35 Senior Play 45 Homecoming Princess 35 Queen 45 Girls' State. ALBERTA LOUISE DUKE My most embarrassing moment: My first Debate. Debate 45 Annual 45 Honor Society 45 Senior Seminar 4. JIM RICHARD ENGLE My most embarrasing moment: In shop when we were ordered to the back corner to be painted. F. F.A. 1,23 Chorus 43 Tennis lg Senior Play 45 Basketball lg Football 3,4. LORIS JANICE FOLEY My most embarrassing moment- At the All School Play I had an itch in my eye. I scratched it and smeared my make-up. Girls' Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Pep Club 3, 43 All School Play 33 Senior Play 45 Powder Puff 3, 4. JOE LAVELLE GERMAN My most embarrassing moment: When we crashed and burned Mr. Sherlings Plymouth. Band I, 2, 3, 4g Tennis lg Baseball 23 Football 33 Photo Club 1, 2g Vice President Band Council 3. EUGENE GILMORE My most embarrassing moment. I hopped out of my car and it rolled into a tree. Service Club 3, 43 F. F. A. 1, 2, 3, 43 LINDA DIANE GOODMAN My most embarrassing moment: Stating my greivances about "Someone" and he walked in. Girls' Club 1,2,3, 43 Pep Club 2,3,4g Honor Society 4g All School Play 2, 4g Powder Puff 35 Homecoming Princess 2, 49 Frosh Treasurerg A. S. B. Treasurer. EDWIN CHARLES HACKENBRUCH My most embarrassing moment: Nothing can embarrass me. Tennis 39 Track 25 Senior Seminar 4. DAN D. HEIDE My most embarrassing moment: The way I was initiated. Band 2, 35 Chorus 2, 35 Track 25 Basketball 2. ANNA MARIE HOLSTROM My most embarrassing moment: Qhe. . .he. . .he. . .5 Transferred from Kent. Paper Staff 45 Girls' Club 3, 45 Pep Club 3, 45 Yell Squad 45 Chorus 3, 45 All School Play 3, 45 Senior Play 4. BECKY JUNE HALL My most embarrassing moment: I fell down the bus steps while getting off. Transferred from Albany Union High School. Paper Staff 45 Girls' Club 45 Pep Club 45 Chorus 45 Powder Puff 4. BARBARA MARY HARDER My most embarrassing moment: The time I made an unfriendly comment about someone, un- aware he was in the same room seated behind me. Paper Staff 1, 2,3,45 Girls' Club 1,2, 3,45 Pep Club 3, 45 Student Council 3, 45 Chorus 15 Senior Play 45 Pep Club Vice President. ROBERT LEE HUMPHREY My most embarrassing moment: The unembarrassable. Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Honor Society 2, 3, 45 Letterman 3, 45 Basket ball 1, 2, 3, 45 Football 2, 3, 4. GARY LEE JACKMAN My most embarrassing moment: The time the Seniors made a flag out of my red pants. Paper Staff 45 Letterman 1,2,3,45 Chorus 3,45 Senior Play 45 Track 2, 35 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 45 Football 1, 2, 3, 45 Soph. Sgt. at Arms. LLOYD CHARLES JUDD My most embarrassing moment: Falling off the cliff at Sun Lakes. F. F.A. 1,2,45 Chorus 45 Senior Play 45 Track 2. RUTH DORIS KEHRER My most embarrassing moment: Some of my papers slipped onto the floor. I leaned over to pick them up and fell over in my chair. MARK J . KUNTZ My most embarrassing moment: The time I took Gene for a ride in my car and the front tire fell off. Twice. Service Club 35 F. F.A. 1, 2, 3, 4. ROBERT JOE LAWSON My most embarrassing moment: My body was used for body painting in shop by the Seniors. Paper Staff 45 Letterman 1,2,3,45 F. F.A. 15 Student Council 1,25 Chorus 3, 45 Senior Play 45 Baseball 1,2,3, 45 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 45 Letterman Sgt. at Arms 3, 45 Baseball Captain 45 Inspirational 1. DETLEV KURT KRADENPOTH My most embarrassing moment: Losing my clothes on the way home from Lake Stevens with all the windows open. Paper Staff 45 Letterman 2, 45 F. F.A. 25 Senior Play 45 Track 25 Basketball 25 Football 2. LINDA ANN KRYGER My most embarrassing moment: When Mr. Lydon caught me riding home on the football players bus from King's Garden. Girls' Club 2, 3, 45 Pep Club 3, 45 Student Council 15 Chorus 1, 45 Tennis lg All School Play 35 Senior Play 45 Powder Puff 3, 45 Homecoming Princess 45 A. S. B. Secretary 4. 71 CARL EUGENE MASSEY My most embarrassing moment: When I had to make speeches in Mrs. Balenti's room. Service Club 4: Chorus 4. I CHUCK E. LINK My most embarrassing moment: I dumped my motorcycle on the Main Street of Duvall. Service Club 2: F. F.A. 1, 3, 4: LINDA RUTH MAGGS My most embarrassing moment: I was sitting on the arm of the chair Loris was in and she got up and I fell on the floor. Girls' Club 3: Honor Society 2, 3, 43 Chorus 4: All School Play 1, 2: Senior Seminar 4: Honor Society Treasurer 3. DONNA MAE MASSEY My most embarrassing moment: When Linda and I had World Geography in the Home Ec. Room we found some nylons, so we put them in anything we could find. Annual 4g Chorus 13 Powder Puff 4. ALLEN MILLER My most embarrassing moment: The day I got caught reading Playboy in Ag class. Paper Staff 33 Service Club 43 F. F.A. 4. JOHN DUNCAN MACKENZIE My most embarrassing moment: Was when I "lost my pants"'as a Sophomore. Band 1, 2, 3, 4g Honor Society 2, 3, 4g Letterman 3, 4g F. F.A, 1, 2, 3, 4g Student Council 3, 45 All School Play 45 Senior Play 45 Photo Club 15 Basketball lg Football 1,2, 33 Frosh. Presi- dentg Soph. Vice Presidentg Junior Presidentg Senior Vice Presidentg F. F.A. Reporter 2g F. F. A. Vice President 33 F. F.A. President 45 Cascade League Inter-School Council Representative 3. RAND WALTER MCMEINS My most embarrassing moment: Finally getting into a basketball game with only 14 seconds left. Paper Staff 4g Letterman 1, 2, 3, 4, Chorus 4g Track 3, 49 Basketball 1, 2, Football 1, 2, 3, 4g Homecoming Prince 49 Soph. President Letterman President 33 Letterman Vice President 4. GENE VIRGIL REMLINGER My most embarrassing moment: I bought a Corvair and my Ford Friends ranked me in school. Paper Staff 43 Honor Society 2g Letterman 1g Student Council 43 Tennis 1,23 Basketball 1. DEQUITA MAY NENE KAUI NUHEA UNA RODINSKY My most embarrassing moment: When I chased Gary outside during lunch everyone was watching us. Senior Play 4g Powder Puff 3, 4. MORRIS JAMES OLIVER My most embarrassing moment The day my aardvark followed me to school Band 1, 4 Paper Staff 4 Honor Society 2 3 49 Student Council 4 Track 1 2 Senior Seminar 4 Honor Society Vice President Band President RICHARD DAVID TODD My most embarrassing moment: When I said entirely too much in an argument with a teacher. Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Paper Staff 35 Hon School Play 2, 35 Senior Play 4. CHARLES EUGENE VANHULLE My most embarrassing moment: No one can embarrass me. F. F.A. 1, 2, 3, 45 Senior Play 4. or Society 25 Chorus 45 All 74 DENNIS PAUL SCHOSBOEK My most embarrassing moment: One dark, Saturday night, on my first date I walked out of a restaurant without paying and got caught. Band 15 Paper Staff 1,2, 35 Debate 25 Service Club 25 Honor Society 2, 3, 45 Letterman 45 F. F.A. 15 Student Council 3, 45 Chorus 3, 45 Senior Play 45 Track 2, 45 Basketball 1, 3, 45 K. O. P. Secretary 25 Honor Society Vice President 35 A. S. B. President 45 Tolt Representative to Racial Equality Com- mittee Meeting. SHERLYN SUE SCHNABEL My most embarrassing moment: Walking into a boy's dressing room and a boy was in his un- derwear. Girls' Club 1,2, 35 Pep Club 2, 35 Student Council 45 All Schoo Play 2, 3. ROBERT BRIAN WALLACE My most embarrassing moment: Walking off the football field after losing to Sequim 52-0. Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Letterman 1, 2, 3, 45 Student Council 3, 45 Chorus 45 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 45 Football 1, 2, 3, 45 Homecoming Prince 2, King 45 Letterman 2, 3. LINDA PAULINE WANDLER My most embarrassing moment: I spelled embarrassing wrong on the slips for the Seniors to fill out. Annual 3,45 Chorus I5 Senior Play 45 Powder Puff 45 Annual Editor 4. RICHARD EUGENE ZUCATI My most embarrassing moment: The time when Mr. Bromwhich got his tie caught in the drill press and I didn't know what to do. Service Club 35 F. F.A. 1, 3, 4, Tennis 15 Basketball 25 Foot- ball 3g Service Club 2nd in Command. LINDA A. WICKSTROM My most embarrassing moment: My car came into close contact with the car in front of me, which was driven by a teacher. Paper Staff 33 Debate l,2, 3, 4, Girls' Club 1, 2, 3, 49 Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4g Honor Society 2, 3, 49 All School Play 35 Senior Play 45 Junior Treasurer, Senior Treasurer. KANDY WOLFF My most embarrassing moment: Swearing then turning around to catch Mrs. Balenti listening and watching me. Paper Staff 2, 3, 43 Girls' Club 1, 2, 3, 4g Pep Club 3, 45 Annual 25 Honor Society 2, 3, 4g All School Play 25 Senior Play 4g Powder Puff 3, Soph. Secretary, Junior Secretary, Girls' Club Secretary, Pep Club Secretaryg Girls' State Alternate. 75 I could have danced all night. . . 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