Tolt High School - Tolo Yearbook (Carnation, WA)

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So, in this year's TOLO we have included the graduating members of the class of '72's birthdays and astrological sunsigns. Most of the quotations that follow this information were made by famous people who shared the same sunsign as that senior. As this most recent group of seniors leave TOLT's hallways we would like to remind them of a piece of poetry that was recently made popular, that m help them in future years: 9-Y ,,,,i"'-usIlll- 1" g DESIDERATA Go placidly amid the noise and haste, and remember what peace there may be in silence. As far as possible without surrender be on good terms with all persons. Speak your truth quietly and clearly, and listen to others, even the dull and ignorant, they to have their story. Avoid loud and agressive persons, they are vexations to the spirit. If you compare yourself with others, you may become vain and bitter: for always there will be greater and lesser persons than yourself. Enjoy your achieve- ments as well as your plans. Keep interested in your own career, however humble, it is a real posses- sion in the changing fortunes of time. Exercise caution in your business affairs, for the world is full of trickery. But let this not blind you to what virtue there is, many persons strive for high ideals, and everywhere life is full of heroism. Be yourself. Especially, do not feign affection. Neither be cynical about love, for in the face of all aridity and disenchantment it is as perennial as the grass. Take kindly the counsel of the years, gracefully surrendering the things of youth. Nurture strength of spirit to shield you in sudden misfortune. But do not distress yourself with imagining. Many fears are born of fatigue and loneliness. Beyond a wholesome discipline, be gentle with yourself. You are a child of the universe, no less than the trees and the stars you have a right to be here. And whether or not it is clear to you, no doubt the universe is unfolding the way it should. Therefore be at peace with GOD, whatever you concieve HIM to be, and whatever your labors and aspirations, in the noisy confusion of life keep peace with your soul. With all it's sham, drudgery and broken dre world. Be ca fu ' ams, it is still a beautifull re l. Strive to be happy. ANONYMOUS Z .171 ' ' '.f,--- e ' 'Y f?" , Aff.. TERISA ROXANNE BLANKEN November 13 - Scorpio "Farewell, farewell! Parting has no sorrow." Girls' Club 1,2,3g Pep Club 1,2,3g Tolt Hi-Life Staff 3,4-Editor, Class Treasurer lg Cheerleader 3, Chorus 3, 4. STEVEN ALLEN BOSMA October 30 - Scorpio "Every individual is important whether he chooses to be so or not." Drama 45 F. F.A. 1,2. JENNIFER NORA BREEN September 14 Virgo "I have walked in my own wilful way. " RODNEY VERN BUTLER August 19 - Leo "The mildest manners with the bravest mind." Football 15 Basketball 1,2g Track 2-Inspirational Award 3,4g Letterman's Club 4: Honor Society 2,3,4g Student Council 4g Class President 45 Outstanding Student of Amerlca 4. PENNY ILENE CARLSEN August 17 - Leo "Silence is the perfect herald of joy." Girls' Club 2,35 Pep Club 2,3,45 Service Club 4 Sgt. of Arms, Drama 4, Chorus 1. YVONNE ANNETTE CHAPMAN March 22 - Aries "She will never be weary of dance and play," Pep Club 1,25 Girls' Club 1.25 G.A.A. l,2g Tolt Hi-Life Staff 3,4. TERRY ANN CLARK August 31 - Virgo "She smiled, and the shadows departed." Track 33 Tennis 13 Girls' Club 1,2,33 Pep Club 1,2, 3,43 Letterette's 43 Honor Society 3,43 Tolt Hi-Life Staff 2, 3-Editor, 4-Editorg Student Council 29 Drama 43 Homecoming Princess 2g Homecoming Queen 43 Cheerleader 3,4. DEBRA JAN COLGATE December 24 - Capricorn "Yes, call me by my pet -name!" Track 2,3,43 Girls' Club 1,2,3,43 Pep Club 1,2,3, 4g Letterette's 4-Presidentg Honor Society 2,3,4g Student Council 4g Class Secretary 13 Drama 43 Chorus 2,3,43 Cheerleader 2,3,4. DONNA MARIE COUSENS September 13 - Virgo "Hope springs eternal." Track 13 Girls' Club 2,3Q Pep Club 2,3Q Chorus 1, 3. DAWN MARIE DALTON July 15 - Cancer "In quiet she reposes. " Tennis lg Girls' Club 1,2,33 Pep Club 1,2,3,4g Service Club 2,3, 4-Presidentg Powder Puff Football 43 Student Council 4g Drama 4. ETHEL MARIE DAVIS April 25 - Taurus "She doth nothing but talk of her horse." Tennis 1,2, 3,43 Girls' Club 1,2,3-Vice-President,43 Pep Club 1,2,3, 43 Letterette's 43 Honor Society 2,3,4g Student Council 33 Chorus 1,2,3,43 Class President 35 Class Secretary 43 Outstanding High School Students of America 3,4. SALLY ANN DEBOER March 30 - Aries "Of all the girls that are so smart, they're none like pretty Sally. " Annual staff lg Track 2,33 Girls' Club 1,2j Pep Club 1,2,4Q Letterette's 45 Service Club 23 Class Sec- retary 2g G.A.A. 1,23 Cheerleader 43 Homecoming Princess 4. DENISE LORENE DEVRIES August 17 - Leo "Tomorrow do they worst, for I have lived today." Girls' Club 1,,2,3-Secretaryg Pep Club 1,2, 35 Tolt Hi-Life Staff 3,45 Chorus 2,3,45 Cheerleader 3. LEROY JOHN DUCKEN November 11 - Scorpio "Chief among us." Football 1,2,3,4-All-conference Honorable Mention Defensive Center-Offensive Tackle, Hardest Hitter Award5 Basketball 2,45 Baseball 1,2,3,45 Letter- man's Club 2,3,45 Tolt Hi-Life Staff 45 Band 1,25 Cho1'us 4. SHARLA MAE EMLER November 21 Scorpio "The youthful hue sits on thy skin like morning dew. " Annual Staff 2,3,45 A.S.B. Vice President 45 Track 2,35 Girls' Club 1,2,3,45 Pep Club 1,2,3,45 Letterette's 45 Service Club 3,45 Powder Puff Football ball 3,4, Student Council 4, Drama 4, Drill Team 2. PATRICK LEO FEHRENBACH July 24 - Leo "I am content with what I have." Service Club 3. STEVEN SE LE FOSTER January 16 - Capricorn "A quick responsiveness in word and deed." A.S.B. Vice President 35 Football 1,2,3,4-All-con- ference endg Basketball 1,2,3,45 Track 1,25 Pep Club 35 Letterman's Club 1,2,3,45 Honor Society 2,3-President, 45 Student Council 2,3,45 Class Vice President 2. MARY G. FREEMAN August 4 - Leo "Keep your face to the sunshine and you cannot see the shadow." Annual Staff 25 Track 2,45 Girls' Club 15 Pep Club 1,2,45 Letterette's 45 Service Club 4-Vice Pres- identg Powder Puff Football 45 Student Council 45 Drama 45 Chorus 1,4. MICHAEL JAMES GILBERTSON November 10 - Scorpio "All his actions to be such, as to do no thing too much." MICHAEL JOHN GIUSTI July 29 - Leo "A lion among ladies is a most dreadful thing." Football 1,2, 3,45 Basketball 2,3,45 Baseball 1,2, 3,45 Letterman's Club 2,3-Secretary, 4-President Pep Club 45 Honor Society 2,3,45 Student Council 45 F.F.A. 1-Reporter5 State F. F.A. Band 15 Band 1,2,3,4. SUSAN GAIL GOTCHER January 6 - Capricorn "Thy eternal summer shall not fade." Track 2,35 Letterette's 4. KENNETH ARTHUR HOWARD June 4 - Gemini "He has a different character every day." Football 1,45 Basketball 15 Drama 45 F.F.A. l,2. JOANNE HUFFMAN February 21 Pisces "A subtle grace of heart and mind." Girls' Club 2,3, 45 Pep Club 2,3,45 Service Club 2,45 Powder Puff Football 35 Drama 45 Chorus 3,4 TIMOTHY JORDAN December 5 - Sagittarius "I shall not pass this way again." Football 1,2,3,45 Basketball 1,25 Track 2,3, 45 Lettermanls Club 2,3,45 Tolt Hi-Life Staff 45 Drama 45 Homecoming Prince 4. THOMAS JORDAN December 5 - Sagittarius "Well, I do plainly see, this busy world and I shall ne'er agree." Drama 4. PATSY DIANE KEHLER November 22 - Scorpio "What makes the light in your eyes sparkle and spin, some of the stars must have dropped in 'em. " Pep Club 1,22 Ski Club 3,4Q Service Club 2,3Q Powder Puff Football 43 Tolt Hi-Life Staff 2,4. JULIE MARIE KILGORE December 27 - Capricorn "I listen to the chords within." Girls' Club 1,2,3-Treasurer, 43 Pep Club 2, 3,43 Chorus 1,2,33 Homecoming Princess 4. CHERI LEE KLOSTERMEYER February 18 - Aquarius "I always have a good reason and a true reason." Girls' Club 2,3Q Pep Club 23 Service Club 2. THOMAS NORMAN LEMOINE September 22 - Virgo "The lingering light of boyhood's grace is upon his face. " Football 2,3, 43 Baseball 2,3,43 Letterman's Club 4. THERESA MARIE LOSLEBEN December 28 - Capricorn "She makes simplicity a grace." Girls' Club 2,3,4-Vice President3 Pep Club 1.3, 43 Honor Society 2,3-Treasurer, 4-Vice Pres- identg Powder Puff Football 3,4Q Student Council 43 Class Treasurer 43 Junior Achievement Award 33 Most outstanding Junior Girl 33 Outstanding High School Students of America 3,4Q Chorus 13 Girls' State 3g Community Float 3. PATRICIA ANN MACKENZIE January 23 - Aquarius "The eyes of youth which are always gay!" Annual Staff 2,3-Bus, Mgr. , 4-Bus. Mgr.5 Track 15 Girls' Club 1,2,3,45 Pep Club 1,2,3,45 Honor Society 2,3,45 Powder Puff Football 45 Masonic Achieve- ment Award 35 Band 1,2,3,4. RICHARD JOHN MANEVAL July 28 - Leo "After four years of arduous service, I graduate. " Basketball 1,25 Track 1,3,45 Cross-Country 2,45 Tolt Hi-Life Staff 4. APRIL LYNN MCGAHUEY April 8 "God thought about me, and so I grew." Track 25 Tennis 3,45 Pep Club 2,3-Vice President, 4-Presidentg Letterette's 45 Service Club 3,45 Powder Puff Football 35 Tolt Hi-Life Staff 35 Student Council 3,45 Drama 45 Girlsg State Alternate 35 Chorus 2 , 3 , 4. JEFFREY LANE MICHAUD August 29 - Virgo "He'll fear not what men say. " Track 2,3,45 Cross-Country 2,45 Pep Club 45 Tolt Hi-Life Staff 45 Drama 4. MICHAEL JOSEPH MICHAUD September 9 Virgo "Happy the man who can call today his own." Football 45 Basketball 25 Track 2, 3, 4. ROGER WAYNE MILLER December 17 Sagittarius "I am willin' and anxious to work for a decent 1ivin'. " F. F.A. 1. PETER MAC NELSON May 9 - Taurus "They say that the best men are molded out of faults." Football 1, 2,3-Most improved player, 4g Basketball 1,2,3,4g Baseball 1,2,3,4g Letterman's Club 1,2,3,4g Honor Society 2,3,4g Homecoming King 4. REBECCA NORMAN May 9 - Taurus "Keep your face to the sunshine and you can see no shadow. " Annual Staff 4g Girls' Club 2,3,4g Pep Club 2,3,4g Honor Society 2,3,4g Tolt Hi-Life Staff 3,4g Drama 45 Band 3g Majorette 2,3,4. RITA MAE OLDRING March 25 - Aries "I am monarch of all I survey." A. S.B. President 43 G. A. A. lg Track 1, 2,3g Girls' Club 1,2,3,4g Pep Club 1,2,3g Letterette's 4g Honor Society 3,45 Powder Puff Football 49 Student Council 1,2,4g Class Vice President lg Class President 2g Cheerleader 2,3g Chorus 2,3,4g Homecoming Princess 1. VICTORIA LYNN OLSON May 9 - Taurus "Memories are not always forgotten." Transfer from Sultan Sophomore yearg Paper staff 3,4g Chorus 3,4. PAULA SUE PARKHURST March 21 - Aries "I want free life and I want fresh air." Girls' Club 4g Pep Club 25 Powder Puff Football 4. TYRA BELLE PHILLIPS November 21 - Scorpio "My quarrels with those I am fond of only bring a keener joy when peace is made." Girls' Club l,2,3,4g Pep Club 1,2,3,4g Ski Club 49 Drama 4. GARY LEE POTTER September 12 - Virgo "From the crown of his head to the sole of his foot-- he is all mirth." Baseball 2, 45 Wrestling 25 Pep Club 3, 45 Letterman's Club 2,3,45 Honor Society 2,3,45 Chorus 2,3,4. RANDY LEE PROFITT May 12 - Taurus "My youthful sinful age grew master of my ways." Football 1,2, 3,4-Co-captain, All-conference half- back5 Basketball 1,2,3,45 Track 1,2, 3,45 Letter- ma.n's Club 2,3,4-Sgt. of Arms5 Tolt Hi-Life Staff 45 Class President 15 Band 1,25 Chorus 4. DEBRA LYNE RAETHER July 14 - Cancer "I drink from life's great cup of wonder. " Annual Staff 2,3,45 Tennis 35 Pep Club 2,3,45 Girls Club 2,3,4-President5 Service Club 2,3-Vice Pres- ident, 45 Honor Society 2,3,45 Tolt Hi-Life Staff' 2,3-Editor, 4-Editorg Student Council 2,45 Drama 45 Community Float 3. MICHAEL JAMES SATO March 27 - Aries "Well, he is kind, a.nd never says a hard word. . .well, hardly ever." Football 1,2,3,45 Basketball 1,2,3,45 Baseball 1,2,3,45 Pep Club 35 Letterman's Club 2,3,45 Honor Society 2,3,45 Student Council 3,45 Class Treasurer 25 Class Vice President 3,45 B0y's State 35 Masonic Award 3. VICKIE LYNNE SCHAFF June 30 - Cancer "Her heart is like a garden . . . fresh and sweet." Annual Staff 45 Girls' Club 1,2,3,45 Pep Club 1,25 3,45 Tolt Hi-Life Staff 3,45 Class Treasurer 35 Chorus 2,3,45 Homecoming Princess 3. BONITA JEAN SHOCKLEY December 15 - Sagittarius "I seek no copy now of life's first half." ,J 'A 1 79Ho1'o Nb 1' AvAfLABkE E xr .9 I I SYLVIA REGINA SONNENSCHEIN November 28 - Sagittarius "Eager1y, I wish the morrow." A.S.B. Secretary 4g Girls' Club 1,2,3,4FSecretaryg Pep Club lg Ski Club 45 Honor Society 2,3, 45 Tolt Hi-Life Staff 25 Student Council 4g Drama 4. LYNETTE MARIE TERRY December 17 - Sagittarius "I love to see and choose my path." Annual Staff 1,2,3,4g Girls' Club 1,2,3,4g Pep Club 1,2,3-Treasurer, 45 Service Club 35 Tolt Hi-Life Staff 4g G.A.A. 1,2g Chorus 3,49 All School Play 2. RCDNEY ALLEN THOMPSON September. 24 - Libra "A1l of us must indulge in a few small follies if we are to make reality bearable." Football 1,25 Basketball 15 Student Council 3. KAREN SUE TOURANGEAU July 26 - Leo "She delights us with her infinite variety." Tennis 1,2,3,4g Girls' Club l,2,3,4g Pep Club 1,2, 3,49 Ski Club 2,3,4g Honor Society 2,3,4g Chorus 2,3. JEAN PAULA VANHULLE October 7 - Libra "And you shall see the beautiful things." Girls' Club 1,2g Pep Club 1,25 Tolt Hi-Life Staff 3,4 JOHN PAUL VANHULLE October 7 - Libra "Happy the man, whose wish and care a few paternal acres bound." RICHARD GEOFFREY WAITON December 14 - Sagittarius "How good to live and learn!" A.S.B. Treasurer 45 Annual Staff 45 Football Manager 25 Cross-Country 45 Ski Club 2,3-Trea- surer, 45 Honor Society 2,3,4-President5 Tolt Hi-Life Staff 45 Student Council 3,45 F. F.A.5 National Merit Scholarship Semi-Finalist 45 Masonic Achievement Award. DEBRA LYN WANDLER October 4 - Libra "I've seen the world . . . as far as Duvall!" Annual 1,2,3,4-Editor5 Track 25 Girls' Club 1, 2,35 Pep Club l,2,3,45 Service Club 35 Honor Society 2,3,45 Powder Puff Football 3,45 Student Council 45 Drama 4. BARBARA GAIL WHITTAKER January 9 - Capricorn "Let me be me." Annual Staff 35 Track 1,25 Girls' Club 1,2,45 Pep Club l,2,45 Ski Club 2,3,45 Honor Society 2,3,45 Tolt Hi-Life Staff 3,4-Editorg G.A.A. 1,2-Pres- ident. CYNTHIA WICKSTROM September 10 -Virgo "Whence came that three-cornered smile of bliss ?" Girls' Club 1,2,3,45 Pep Club 1,2,35 Ski Club 35 G.A.A. 15 Chorus 3. NICHOLAS DANIEL WICKSTROM October 2 - Libra "Who would true valour see, look to me!" Basketball 15 F. F.A. 15 Homecoming Prince 4. SHE LLEY ANN WILHELM April 9 - Aries "I am consumed with a slow fire." Track 2,35 Tennis 45 Girls' Club 1,2,3-President 45 Pep Club 1,2,3,45 Letterette's 45 Honor Society 2,3-Secretary, 45 Powder Puff Football 3,45 Student Council 25 Class Secretary 25 Drama 45 Cheerleader 45 Chorus 1,2,3. RAELENE JUANITA WILSON May 18 - Taurus "There sat two glasses filled to the brim. . .what should I do with them." Girls' Club 1,25 Pep Club 2,3,4g Ski Club 2,3,4 Service Club 3, Powder Puff Football 3,45 Tolt Hi-life Staff 4, Band 1,2,3,4g G.A.A. 1,2. JAMES MILTON WINKLER October 23 - Libra Let us drain the cup. . . " Football 1,25 Baseball 3, F.F.A. 1. ll RUEBEN PAUL WOLFF March 30 - Aries "A little fun, to match the sorrow of each day's growing. " Football 1,2,4-All-conference guard: Basketball 15 Wrestling 2g Letterman's Club 2,3,4, Tolt Hi-Life Staff 4. CYNTHIA LOUISE WORTHY August 7 - Leo "She who can exclude all solitude. 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I "- I "'7,L f 1. 1 is ' J 3" ll? r , fl -w iii wb ,l 3 Laura Fehrenbach John Firth Rebecca Foster Jolene George Robert Glenn Nancy Hammerquist Corryn Hinze Sonia Hozjan Robin Keizer Shannon Kent Q, Q Yv- 5. -'FI 1 ' 'Q - 1 -L - Lwvfn A "' R' 'ffm ff xp! Wh , Xi, .Q -Q 4.51 1 4 5 L, to R.'- Vice Pres., J. Coyg Treas., R. Keizerg Pres., N. Dunhamg Sec., V. Chapman Cathy Lashway John Lawson Martha Leonard Kathy Link Vickie Livingston Louis Loutsis Debra Manning John Marlctte Pat McCarter Karen Michaud we K . - A .-Tv . an X N. Q ' - . I I' A l 4, :Xt L.,u X. , is . . .XTX " iii? w V y, 4 i 05 gf 1 ,1 5 :Ll I ,4 . I' Q , 4 N xx! I he-,N 2,4 it XX .,,.' s . Tommy Kent :kg ,Q-.1 .Ll ,VJ I CL, 4'D 4T'T ' v Douglas Kilgore Cindy Kuntz 1 M went f x ' . X X X i 1 X , .. 4- 1 .JV 7' X girl 4 X A L '- wifi! X . fb ,, , z Peggy Nelson Charles Newman Glen Paulsen Charles Perry Tonie Plant A llln on is Scott Punches Carrie Ann Quinn Tom Raether Kevin Raley Robert Rathbone 2 -a w' V . J il 51 wc 4+ K, ' v ' -if Zag ,a,.M.,,, , 3' RG in ill ,,lh1ll is ,A ,. ' ,A W6 -Marg P - H ww , ,Vg I John Rearden Wesley Rogers 5 nat., s ,ilr W T L x' ' w has -1 Q. 5 2 n'412g1 H ' ' as -in , ,i .V,, - .. gif. k3W,, 4 A , 1177 if , 5' P B R' Wi 4 ' ' it N26 X , .lf f Paul Rush xl! 4- XXQJQ, amp of J' if sg' if 'WJ' Karen Shookley x . x it lu K ff . K ...V i Q ,N L 'f f - Q3'5iii'T Z Q.. "'k K ' get-Q E235 A ' H J! Judy Sinnema Barbara Welch Cherrie Smalley Lisa West Robert Sturdevant Lee Anne Westergren Jeanie Terrell Erik Wickstrom Karen Von Krosigk Jerry Worthy Ml 'lm N ix W SSM I-W ,sw W ,V if I xn N L . lb in LS ATHLETICS f K 455' if f,, ff, 5,0 K - 'N v ,,-vt . . f, -Q Fr fy . , ug gf: if wg X ii K rw? is Q, . , 5 Igi i,L.,, q-i -V L L A M 'ay M- r wx: -fy I vzglewv f '- f" ' 1 'ff , ' S . kv ,M I W K . f Tig V . , ' giwf 137 ,fQf'Q f'4f9h, 'f,,N . . aug' L" Q fifl xl, , ' '1 f 'X K' U I gikqx K L wk QM If 'V 1, ef 5 1 - gig ' X H w. it - KT, 14' W-7, -.Cigna ' W Ns 5 , A Af, . -, ' I, ,- g f A wi., an W' E , .. , '1,,.a1f"' ...V -5 E film ,,,,,, N -A Vx u 'fb-. v I ' . Nt. vi vm SJ? BACK ROW fleft to rightly Coach Summers, R. Waiton, J. Michaud, J. Cornthwaite, T. Coomer, R. Shosboek, R. Maneval FRONT ROW: D. Donald, J. Worthy, C. Britton, C. Worthy, M. Gibbs, K. Gilbertson John Cornthwaite taking 2nd Place honors at Mt. Vernon QV' H40 Q iii? i S V C 1l9l',y glial f if V CROSS COU TRY Cross-Country running returned to TOLT this year after a year's absence. Friendly competition between members of the small but determined group helped each member to perform at his best. This competitive spirit paid off at league meets, Where TOLT's showing improved consistently during the season. John Cornthwaite, who repeatedly placed first at meets, was an important factor in the team's success. Back Row- A. McGa.huey, L. Hall, COACH Miss Byram, M. Giusti, C. Waiton, K. Tourangeau. Front Row S Wilhelm E. Davis, N. Price. Coach Byram Xtn N, Ax Abu e' TENN S E. Davis, A. McGahuey, N. Price, C. Waiton and S. Wilhelm all made it to the finals in the tournament. Due to lack of communication the tournament was held without our team. It was quite breezy during practice. 1. AV' -fl I 17 Players left to right- Mike Sato, Pete Nelson, Lee Ducken, Randy Profitt, Mike Terry, Chip Firth, Mike Rusch, Steve Foster, Mike Giusti, Tad Peterson, Mark Hall, Mark Terry, Coach Albrecht. VARSITY BASKETBALL xXx xX xXX L1 . CONCENTRATION! Mark with a. hook shot ff! 3 J J X l .. "Your Guardian Angels are watching over you. " With the fine assistance of Coach Albrecht and Coach Jordan, the basketball team played strong throughout the season. The Spirit put forth for every game helped to promote more Spirit in the fans. Although at the close of this year's season, Tolt will be Sock it to 'em' Randy' losing alot of its team due to graduation it will still come back with alot of fighting SPIRIT! "Shoot Steve Shoot." "Duh, where-'s the ball?' 1'-la ly. cg X ,4 " 3 I pl .X-4-Q-Q-ff ., -.fu J,v'-'vw J. V. BASKETBALL Left to Right- B. Herman, B. Carlyle, K. Michaud, J. Cornthwaite, D. Martin, J. Harvold, C. Loutsis, B. Losleben, R. Butler, P. Bargas, COACH JORDAN. "Get that rebound!" 3. E f I' c S9l...J ,W L ! 4 4.. J, i , , ,,f' 1 , X ,l "Get that ball l" . i 2' RQ 'gr-ni 'i Q .vig N ,- L-J J 1 s-v i R I 0. 5 fr -I' 9 fbi. f F ,f Af Back fl. to r.j- COACH BURBA, J. Cornthwaite, T. Coomer, R. Profitt, T. Jordan, R. Anderson, J McKinnon L Duoken J. Michaud, J. Harvold, M. Giusti. Middle- B. Terrell, A. Duke, G. Butler, R. Miller, K. Michaud B Raether R Quinn R. Maneval, M. Michaud, B. Losleben. Front- R. Shoesbeck, M. Rusch, C. Loutsis, R. Waiton, M Mike H Harris Bargas, S. Anderson, E. Remington. ARG l BOYS' TRACK Mr. Burba is back again with a good group of boys. The track team has added many new members but has also lost a few of last year's fine Seniors. The team has had many hard practices and showed us their skill on the track. Although there was a lot of mud to contend with our boys made a good showing. They 're off ! u7.IZC ,mf 'Faye' Top row: Coach, Miss Byramg M. Giustig K. Drummg S. Gotcherg D. Manningg W. Coomerg L. Wilhelmg J. Sinnemag J. Terrellg S. Normang L. Hallg Next row: M. Gibbsg S. Wilhelmg C. Worthyg M. Freemang N. Kaeling L. Winklerg R. Fosterg C. Bnldwing C. Brittong T. Georgeg Next row: L. Westg J. Deckerg C. Kuntzg B. Manevalg P. Nelsong P. Jordang J. Georgeg T. Plantg V. Waltersg E. Krsak. W -JN? f J 1. ,ggegyw-qi' 3 'gffiwh .Q I of ig . f- ff e V, ---2 L ... 'fu ee-oe' , n '- 4-oe-1- X -Tv e Q fs W! IR LS' G le .e M TRA CK! i !Q - " f f " C 'f7"?r - f N12 fx? 113 is . 1 C '- X E. T9-.- .M ' ORANGE!! WOW!! Look at it GO! 39 . xr F4 v, s'f0 M ,l 2 FO Back row: L. to R. Asst. Coach: K. Elsworth, T. LeMoine, M. Michaud, S. Foster, M. Sato, L. Ducken, G. Nelson, HEAD COACH: R. Burba, Middle row: S. Raley, M. McPheeters, G. Gibbs, M. Hall, B. Carlyle, T. M. Terry, C. Link, H. Harris, Front row: M. Rusch, B. Herman, C. Firth, G. Butler, B. Losleben, M. Ter This year the football team had a very successful season. Great efforts by the team gave them a chance for the League Championship, but they had to settle for a sure second place. The coaches did a. magnificent job in shaping up the team, with what personnel they had. The coaches are also given credit for the fine attitude of the players on and off the field. The Spirit of the DEMONS was also great! BALL rofitt, P. Wolff, T. Jordan, M. Giusti, P. Quinn, B. Raether, J. Harvold, C. Loutsis, Tackle Mt. Baker Lynden Christian Granite Falls Coupeville Sultan Darrington King's Garden LaConner Langley I -Q Ni v J If CF 'iam x N Pg, V 'ii 3 We They 0 12 14 22 32 0 28 14 18 6 34 27 18 34 35 8 6 37 Go Randy! Tou ch down for TOLT Go Mike! if ,K i S., :vw Warm Up Knock em down Run Mike 1. . ,h .. ,v.V-T-.-N...--vw Back Row, lto r: COACH CARTER, G. Potter, S. Stough, T. LeMoine, R. Profitt, K. Howard, P. Wolff, M. Sato, L. Ducken M. Giusti. Middle Row: C. Loutsis, C. McKinney, M. Terry, P. Bargas, S. Raley. Front Row: C. Firth, J. McKinnon, J. Buzzer, C. Breen, M. Oldring. nn--. For Coach Carter it has been a memorable year in his baseball history, for this is his first year at being a baseball coach for Tolt. With his first year there has been many triumphs, we the Annual would like to wish him good luck in his future years of coaching for Tolt. "The ball is on the ground Mike" "Simply Hello!" Dead Eye Sato BASEBALL -39 P ' gf' .V, 1 an -ZjA,.,'I 4- -,p,.e-QL-4 , v 1 1 Q 2 .5 , ' 5s 'J .. 5 ' 4 .Y 1 ' ' 1. -1 V , - x ,vga ' . Q 5 , , It R . I N 1.9 1 -' 5 .1 ,i A 9 ' 5 It A x "' f , r U , . f 5 ' k - I 9 ' Q , fig, 'W f .,1 ' W ' .4-'1 ' pf" , ,-. " ' 1'-3""" . 49 1 0 txgifwf - l Fw I 5 1. , 'Q fu . ag N X , vw .. - fm 3, I lia, , ff-mgw a J y H., , : QQ 1 ,wg -a if if wg, , am L..wg,-i Ii I , x Q . E , 'QED 4 N f Q X 'T S: ff V' Y n 1 - g .A . 1, My 45 jfbwl 4 ,Y 9 Y-1 No f uh ' 152 s.. ka N 5 is - 4 Q X N' Qt 4 fl X . X N NN xv We WW W 'W oo 1' I s ,o WX A cTlv1TlEs X up 5:3-1 Eltxxx 1111+-. - - L 131-11 ' E 1' aff' 751' f 5,9 7 A.S.B. Officers, Left to Rightg Rita Oldringg President, Sharla Emlerg Vice President, Richard Waitong Treasurer, Sylvia Sonnenscheing Secretary. 1 Zf x?"V . .B. OFFICERS The A.S.B. President has the complicated job of organizing the student council into a working type of government. Sometimes this can be a job because the members aren't al- ways quiet and cooperative. The Vice-President usually has the easiest job of all. She has to step in as acting presi- dent when the president is absent Qwhich isn't very ofteny. If she's lucky she might get the complicated job as fund raising chairman. The Secretary has a tiring job that takes up a lot of your spare time that could easily be used elsewhere. She has to be present at all the student council meetings and have copies of all the minutes for all the council members. The Treasurer has the painstaking job of adding up all the A.S.B. accounts. This too can take up a lot of a persons spare time. This year is the first year Tolt has ever had a boy for A.S.B. treasurer. Q -- it ' S-T11 ,V X 1-:AN Y -.-. .ef-2. rf Wyjr J, ., Back Row Left to Rightg S. Raley, R. Butler, C. Baldwin, M. Sato, T. Losleben, M. Giusti, A. McGahuey, Next Row: M. Coy, S. DeBoer, C. Waiton, N. Ereth, M. Freeman, C. Haug, D. Raether, D. Wandler, D. Dalton, Front Rowg S. Emler, R. Oldring, S. Sonnenschein, R. Waiton. DE TCOUNCIL Student Council ..... What purpose does it serve? According to many people it serves no other purpose other than to receive pins at the end of the year. But in all actuality it is formed each year to help solve the stu- body's problems. This year the problems it has tried to solve have ranged from smoking in the bathrooms to "Keggers" during school hours. Many of the problems have been too hard to solve by student council alone but they have tried anyway. The effort put out this year by each member has been overwhelming. The results this year have been small but they helped to make Tolt a better high school. "Cus" part of the council? ,TUG N O - l ll ,Z .rf ' 'av .4 f f"'1 Egg Hmm 'H L, .1 S. T ! 5 M .SQ L-Q K R13 NJ f E S 5 hx XYEAQAS Ni. .gk S v-I 5 ,, 3 -if 1.5 Q :Q E? Z Q , 1: K We M, H 4 5 M X 'L , k 4 K ,mm M' 1. L. X QS 1 ,g, if . 9 . 4' 1 Q X' I X JE' ' u ,Q .-ffl, fy , . f,f 4 ' i K ' kg i I ef Q ,. f , N X fix-f J 'X af f? A 1: 9 234 23 S- n iff?-.H if 8 Is. ,, , La A4 54 - 2, n .5 . -,f ,L . .QQ 556' lj 1,7 5. 5-I Q :-Lf 'iz 'Lf gk lg, mf L v A Wi ifwkgg 'H if er y , wx A ' -QV, -H . tg-Q, -4, ' . wg? K A -'if Win- ' I MQ J .Jw f , , AAA H A . myi- ! 5 K K M mi if vii' J, f 3 W, , K ' fa T7 4 iw , .K f s , um P7 j' szsss Ag- ' Q:31g..A'u--.422 Come on, get serious! ATTENTION! Back row: K. Tourangeau, P. McKenzie, D. Wandler, K. Drumm, B. Losleben, M. Coy, R. Butler, T. George, M. Giusti, S. Foster, S. Raley, D. Raether, P. Nelson, C. Haug, R. Waiton, R. Hammerquist, C. Keizer, R. Gibbs. Middle row: T. Clark, J. Harder, C. Waiton, N. Wickstrom, L. Wilhelm, R. Oldring, P. Wolff, C. Manning, R. Norman, L. Hall, T. Losleben, M. Terry, B. Herman, M. Sato, G. Potter. Front Row, J. Colgate, S. Wilhelm, N. Kaelin, D. Donald, M. O'Neal, C. Baldwin, S. Sonnenschein, M. Giusti, B. Maneval, E. Davis. HO OR OCIETY OFFICERS: from left to right: Treas. , Mandy Giusti, Sec. , Linda Hall, Adv. , Mr. Gibbs, Vice-Pres., Terri Losleben, Pres., Richard Waiton This was a memorable as well as an active year for Tolt High Honor Society. Within weeks after the start of school, members were launching fund raising activities. Brainstorming sessions produced dozens of ideas for the first semester field trip. It was decided that the bus would make several stops, including the Science Center, Pike Place Market, and University of Washington campus. 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Blanken, V. Scha.ff, V. Olsen, J. George, D. DeVries, Front- V. Williams, Y. Chapman. Clark, Mr. Albrecht, D. Raether, fnot picturedy B. Whittaker. ALIS The Journalism Class has been doing their best to create and publish the Tolt High Life. The class started out with an enormous number of students but with a few class changes it became a decent sized class. With Mr. Albrecht behind them they managed to do a grand job of reporting happenings at Tolt. am.. if f '7'-Qe fw fs ' QMll'f'uUfl'ij ' 5 A, L4'. p sn a . " ul... e' Wil! COMICS: L. to R.- P. Wolff, Mr. Albrecht qcensorj R. Profitt, Front- L. Ducken, M. Sato. Sly Chick? EDITORIALS: L. to R.- K. Drumm, P. Kehler, S. Foster, R. Waiton. Mmm Good! kr W A, 2 5 S xX Thinking Hard Lee! Top row,-left to right- J. Harder, C. Haug, J. Harvold, J. Schwaller, M. Gibbs, K. Trim. Second row- J. George, H. Pryor, C. Waiton, P. Carlsen, J. Huffman. Third rowg N. Kaelin, E. Krsak, C. Jordan, N. Wickstrom, R. Millman, D. Raether, E. Remington. Front row- Mr. Hanold, L. Drumm, M. Freeman, D. Dalton, P. Rogers, Mr. Carter. SER VICE CL UB President Vice Pres. Sec. Treas. Dawn Dalton Mary Freeman Joanne Huffman 4 32 5'l 'RAIL .. x. 0 Ea. "0"-4 3 1 -., 'S If r F Under the supervision of the advisors Mr. Carter and Mr. Hanold the Service Club this year helped con- trol the crowds at both pep assemblies and games. Helping at the track meets is just another one of their many accom plishments. 3 K - ,,,5:pg,,1w.-. ' K I IQ! 'qist' ,Q 'Q Q qqnnvflig Y Q K M was - fi k,E. -1 Q .. E gr is f wx f ig vs: Q 5 5 , W ff i -S.. R". . xl I 1. .A -"7 , .xx-4 E mi-i wx U w X My I im- Back Row, Ito r: C. Waiton, N. Price, N. Kaelin, K. Tourangeau, S. Emler, B. Maneval, A. McGahuey, L. Wilhelm, C. Baldwin E. Davis, K. Gilbertson, R. Oldring, Adv. J. Byram. Front Row: S. Deboer, T. George, T. Clark, J. Colgate, S. Wilhelm. LETTERETTES X XJ "We letter in every sport." 2 it The girls this year at Tolt decided that the women's liberation movement should extend into our school so they decided to form a new club honoring the girls that have lettered in a sport in the past years. After a somewhat exhausting debate the girls came up with a club called "Letterettes. " They sold doughnuts and Demon Tee-shirts to help build up their club treasury. Q . , xgi:.':kf'5 m , .,,. ig 1 N1 F ' -X M 'Xiq .. ,M . 5 ffgfff A, l x QL ' N 1 K 5' ""' Q "A f 'A f f, Q " ' '--u" " Q. M . 1? ,ts 1 J-.35 A H T"x,, na w Jae-gf "sun ff Q., as val' i T"'1""'hv Q X F Xgw 'NB 2-,Naam xwwk ,gun-x A. Q? 0 ..,, , W. 4 ,H Ff l.'f'fff,r- X 9 K 1' fx A N7 x E mx M we ,Ns W 1 0 4 s to X ax CADEMICS fl fx ff! aff ' rf' 4 . ADMINISTRA TIO Fred Krauss Superintendent Norman Moudry J V,,f Jr . High Principal - James Satterlee Sr. High Principal 'BM-I Larry Lydon Counselor Y H K I ' f2"v'ig.w Left to Right: D. Maneval QSupt. Sec.J, F. Krauss, J. Roetcisoender, B. McFarland, B. Purnell, A. Remington, D. Demsey SCHOOL BOARD A SECRETARIES District Secretary- Ethel Prescott J 5' V if W s. Tolt High School Secretary- Wilma Whittaker 1? 771 A fa,-i g.'f,.n,.1f -,,, i K . Q L . - wr it 3 I - i idi' Q L 2 - ,A K 1 f' Karl Albrecht Mary Balenti Mike Beeman Ralph Burba Business Education Language Arts, 7th Ez 8th Block Social Studies Journalism French L. A. , S. S. Math Psychology J", ,Q Jane Byram Jim Carter Pat Drake Barbra Dryen Girls' P.E., Health Wood Shop, Metals, Librarian Home Ec. , Power Mechanics, Drafting Bachelor Living 68 Richard Gibbs Phy., Photog. Math, Science-Chem. , Frank Hanold Gen. Math Jr. High Shop-Art Mel Midge 7th Ez 8th Block, L. A. ,S.S. , Math Bowman Ross Reading .1 ,f Bob Summers Science- Gen. , Ecology, Biology Bob Thompson Boys' P.E., Health Catherine Tromp Language Arts, Eng. Honors Mass Media Judith White Art, Drama Bruce Verkist Music sf PHOTO No! Available Roberta DeBeu1er District Psychologist Sue Sherman District Speech Therapist Mary Matthews District School Nurse PAID W- . Mrs. Aronica- Luncheon Hostess J'l"l G UES TS Sue Coleman- Librarian fbegan at semesterj L. X Mrs . Terry- Study Hall Supervisor BM . 'i.. 1-'jr' C, Ross 'Y . - h .,5, J R5 Mrs. St. Jermaine- S 9 an Nt Lunchroom Supervisor f. vi ' gr 5' Dianne Walcott- Teachers ' Aide ...nfl A. BUS DRIVERS - 0. to r.j A. Midge, A. Harvold, W. Raczynski, V. Amos, S. Maneval, B. Enderle, S. Kuk, L. Gibbs, M DeBoer. BEHI D THE SCE George Curry Warren Crawford Myran Modlin Head Custodian Night Custodian Custodial Helper 'N LV XEFSSQ ' sw 'W :V 'o I xl X UNDER c1.A ss , Z f 3 ff ff, if! :ff ' 1 4, 1 1 I TVL ,Q k o 'A I' " l I 'V nyc gait 3b'f'Ef2 ,. M 857' E235-4 i 5 211: 51" 4? is is exam, 4 John Anderson Tracy Anderson .QW-, W V A4 ? X xg. ix, '46, K A X W h M . i l ,,z,1: M , n..,,:.,,1,, , . n,n, , ,,,, Q . 45 nnn. 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So with the help of Coach Byram and the .... ! fourteen team members they had a successful season tmlrllllmilff, - f G' AL I - xl ' During the past couple of years that Tolt has had a Junior High f " Q , x.: . rf iii I 5 I if, Back Row L to R: B. Boyle, M. Dempsey, J. Coy, R. Keizer, T. Clark, T. Kent, T. Raether, R. Sturdevant, C. Perry, J. Firth, M. Engbaum, L. Loutsis, Middle Row: J. Rearden, D. Rush, P. Oldring, J. George, C. Baldwin, J. Sinnema, S. Rusch W. Herman, M. Bauman, S. Thomas, Front Row: T. James- Mgr., T. Forgey, R. Sturdevant, B. Davis, H. Krsak, E. Quinn P. Carter, W. Brown. J R. HIGH FOOTBALL Coach Midge Coach Beeman The football team this year put out a lot of effort to make its Junior High well known for its winning team. They worked hard to promote school spirit through out their practices. Their coaches worked hard to keep them fit for every game. They played hard against the Varsity football team but did.n't loose faith once when they weren't always on the winning team. ,am Q 'f , S .. - A ,pfbi f , 4 Left to Right- D. DeBoer, J. Reardon, G. Paulsen, R. Engbauin, D. Kilgore, R. Keizer, J. Firth, T. Raether, R. Neilsen, J. Coy S. O'Farrel1, M. Dempsey, J. Sinnema, S. Rusch, COACH THOMPSON. JR. HIGH BASKETBALL S Y, .XX K E, The Junior High Basketball team was divided into two separate groups this , y If year. There was a Varsity team which was coached by Mr. Thompson and a Junior Varsity team coached by Mr. Beernan. C ,f t jsfbo t They met up with quite a lot of stiff competition but managed to come X ,Img U g,g0ggggQQ through it all unruffled and with lots of team spirit. X 2 'li ' - Sgggqggb TP Left to Right- G. Potter, S. McKenzie, COACH BEEMAN, D. Rusch, B. Henry, J. George, D. Hammerquist, W. Herman, M. Humphrey, K. Hanson, J. Schwaller, M. Drumm, R. Aronica, J. Harder, C. Baldwin, K. Schaff, R. Hall, G. Cousens, W. Brown. JR. HIGH BOYS' TRACK They 're off ! This was the year for a new coach at Toit. Mr. Summers was given the chance to show his coaching ability with the Jr. High boys. He gave the boys the help they needed and made the team become successful group of boys. 7 Back row fl. to r.y COACH SUMMERS, R. Rathbone, T. Raether, P. McCarter, K. Hansen, D. Dunham, T. Kent. Middle- S O'Farrel1, M. Drumm, K. Solberg, R. Neilsen, S. Rusch, R. Ross. First Row- T. James, J. Worthy, T. Norman, G. Potter, J Sinnema, J. George. i Q x Q LF, P 3 f' I ' ii? -l Top Row fl. to r.y- B. Foster, S. Kent, J. Harvold, P. Nelson, B. Welch, J. Stephens, L. Zuiderbaan, S. Rush, D. Reardon, D. Jordan, K. Kent, B. Olsen, Next Row- C. Smalley, S. Hozjan, C. Kuntz, K. Wandler, T. Stough, T. Welch, K. DeBoer, G. Winkler, C. Hang, J. Duke, W. Coomer, C. Chambers. Next Row- D. Westergren, D. Peterson, D. Kaelin, M. Waiton, J. Worthy, D. Keech T. Clark, S. Wallace, J. Miller, J. Harder, C. Quinn, D. Manning. Bottom Row- D. Board, K. Coryell, J . Sinnema, M. Leonard, L. West, L. Goodman, B. Nesseth, S. George, V. Livingston, D. Barnhart. JR. HIGH PEP CLU Another first at Tolt is the Jr. High Pep Club. These kids don't have too much experience behind them but they are very ambitious.. Following in the steps of their Seniors the girls were busy being guardian angels to the Jr. High football team. 'ZZ X X , N fll'0?A - -'S zt l .,- 'U' 4 f . X L J. Stephens- Treas., D. Peterson- Seo., M. Waiton- 5 Pres. K. O'Farrell- Vice-Pres. fnot picturedj. S- 1? - Q . 5-lp' ffm. 1 WL 5 e 'za . X, ff U Q- .uP -'9 5 Q33 2 49' 4 L 0 l O 1 f f A -...fb v Q ! - Q. .TJ N 1 -., t Pres. M. Giusti, Vice Pres, J. Darnell, Sec. K. O'Farre11, Treas. J. Sinnema JR.HIGH TUDE TGOVER ME Jr. High Student Council, L. to R.,- Back Row- L. Fehrenbach, J. Paulsen, M. Waiton, L. Westergren, L. Racynski, D. Manning, D. Dmham, P. Rush, P. Carter, T. Norman, N. Dmham, K. Raley. Front Row- M. Giusti, K. O'FarreIl, J. Sinnema. rw-.1-.1 T7 Q: L. to R. T. Clark, D. Kaelin, S. Kent, J. Harvold. "Go Demons Go." Ee. QQ is Q gm QE MQ :em N The Junior High Cheerleading Squad worked hard to perform effectively' in front of the crowd. With Miss White as their advisor they succeeded in pro- moting their school spirit. 591 X X 44, , Plain clothes cheerleaders ? Q e TF ff 'auf ' Ik if -1, J ,fl 14 X if Ly, 41 N. , XX up. nw f A1 ih- sh' W NW- yn S li lx? Ll fl. we ff' I Q15 fi"-'f I . 1 , 1 1 I Q 9 ' V -H '1- 4 'V Q -. , ,J A 5 1 4k .-r' J--'J 44, 4, 5 , f A .5 20 , ,M 1 .- , STE VE ALLA 1 954-1 971 The Lord is my shepherdg I shall not want. He maketh me to lie down in green pasturesg he leadeth me beside the still waters. He restoreth my soulg he leadeth me in the paths of right- eousness for his name's sake. Yea, though I walk through the valley of the shadow of death, I will fear no evilg for thou art with meg thy rod and thy staff they comfort me. 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