Tumwater High School - Tahlkee Yearbook (Tumwater, WA)
- Class of 1978
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There are two basic types of pattern within our lives
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forming of ourselves as adults and individuals. One of
the strongest sets of models we have before ,us everyday
are our teachers. It is to them that we now dedicate this
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Patterns have become a part of
our lives. Through them we
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but, most of all, we also discover the
good and bad, the rejecting and
adopting of ideas and conduct that
lead toward the building of ourselves
as parts of groups, as friends, and as
individuals in this moment of our lives
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The Annual Staff, that staunch group of Seniors and Juniors dedicating themselves to the yearly production
of a quality Tahlkee, worked hardly for hardly at all, as the case may bel to get layouts, copy sheets, and
pictures to the printer in time to avoid late charges, dastardly threats, and red-faced anger on the part of the
advisor, Ms. Nelson.
The staff was led by Dot Brown, strong of voice and vehement when it came to quality. Under her, was Har-
lan Zinck, copy editor fmost ofthe copy you read in the book was written by him, He refuses to take any blame,
howeverjg Melodee lrwin, Assistant Editor Cshe kept Dot and everyone else in lineg not an easy job if you
think of it. No one can smile and steal your pencil at the same time like herb, and Krist Leland, head
photographer, recipient of such wonderful comments as "This picture is blurry." and "Why did the whole
Freshman class photographs come out black?"J. Assisting Krist was Dave Kirkham, Mike Milligan, Gary
Spurgeon, and Debbie Dunn, as fine a group of photographers, printers, and developers as you'd ever want
to meet in a dark alley somewhere. Under Melodee was about half the class: In charge of activities was
Elaine Deckert, assisted by. Mike Dill, Pam Dickey, and Susie Gilbert. For classes, there was that graphic
rat Kevin Mohney, aided by Cindy Hope, and Janice Erskine. The Seniors, and the ads were arranged by Sue
Curtis, with a big assist from Bonnie Heath. Bonnie also aided Alice Smith with the teachers section and
layout editing. The sports section was ably attacked by Marc Bell, king of the roost over Judy Gardner, John
Cuskelly, and Cindy Hope.
Every staff member, ofcourse, aids every other staff member in their activities and planning stages. A more
friendly, happy, lunatic group of students you'd be hard pressed to find anywhere. They made the book in
a year, the book is the year.
You either love them or you hate them. They
may bore you, arouse your curiosity, or anger
you but, in many ways, shapes, and forms,
you learn. Youngsters consider them one step
below Godg teenagers consider them wardens,
but through the years, they become a prime part
of one's young memories. Without them, life
would be a mass jumble of misinformation.
With them, there is harmony,
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The school board of the Tumwater School District s 5
is one of those groups that every kid hears about, T
but seldom sees. Some students think they're a
myth, a figment of someone's fertile imagination.
Wrongo, folks! They're a panel of hard working,
concerned adults devoting their overtime to making
T.H.S. and the whole district the best it can be.
The pictures above of Superintendent Jim Pill and
Norm Wisner are not necessarily what they look
like now. Two of the pictures have been taken from
the first year of T.H.S.'s history-1962. Then, Mr.
Pill taught drafting fnow he drafts bills for the boardlj
Sorry about that, folks. And Mr. Wisner was a
science teacher. Since their background is in dealing
with students, there are no persons more qualified
to deal with a district's problems. T.H.S. appreciates
all their activities and salutes them.
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You have taught us,
We have learned.
From beginning to end,
you have taught us life.
To take things as they come,
and to appreciate the world around us.
You have taught us everything
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Thank-you for caring enough
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something special out of them.
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Thank-you for teaching us that life
will not always be handed to us
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that we must learn to reach out and
grasp our dreams,
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The Graduating Class Of
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Transfer 2: Basketball 2. 3:
Volleyball 2, 3, 4. Future plans:
DEBORAH L. BAILEY: Future
PAMELA SUE BAKER:
Transfer 3: May Court 3: Varsity
Cheerleader 4: Legislature 4:
Executive Board 4.
STEVE R. ANDERSON:
Transfer 2: football manager 3, 4:
Track 3, 4. Future plans: College.
PETER ANTHONY: Swimming
l: Tennis I, 2: Basketball 2.
Future plans: Engineering or
BOB ARMSTRONG: Transfer 2
Future plans: Auto Mechanic.
BILL BEATTIE: Football l, 2, 3
4: Bowling I: Baseball l, 2, 3, 4.
Future plans: College, football or
LEITA BEEDLE: Future plans:
MARC BELL: Swim Team l.
Golden Arrow l, 2, 3, 4: Tennis
I, 2, 3, 4: Varsity Club I. 2, 3, 4:
Soccer 3, 4: Annual 3, 4: May
Court 3: Legislature 3, 4:
Washington D.C. Tour, Ski Club
4: Journalism 4. Future plans:
GERALD KENNETH BEVANS:
Swimming l:Track l:Tennis 2, 4:
International Club 2, 3: president
4: Spring Play 3, 4: Swing Choir 3:
I Acting Company 4: Thespians 4:
Fall Play 4: Legislature 4: Just
Folk 4. Future plans: Sailing
SUSIE BODINE: Future plans:
WALLY BOND: Wrestling l, 2, 3,
4: Varsity Club 1. 3, 4: Cross
ROBERT BORLEY: Wrestling
l, 2, 3: Bowling l: Golf l, 2, 3:
Varsity 2, 3, 4. Future plans:
SUSAN BOUGE QGASSINJ
TAMERA LYN BOWDRIDGE
JIM BRITTAINI Basketball lQ2. 3.
4: Football l, 2, 3, 4: Baseball l. 4:
Legislature l, 2, 3, 4: Choir l, 2:
Varsity Club 3, 4. Future plans:
MARJORIE BROSE: Varsity
Band l: Symphonic Band 2, 3, 4:
Just Folk 3, 4: Honor Society 3, 4.
Future plans: Animal Technology.
DOROTHY ANN BROWN:
Swim Team l: Golden Arrow 2:
Varsity Band l: Symphonic Band
2, 3. 4: Bicentennial Tour 3:
Annual 3. 4, Editor 4: Debate 4:
Varsity Club 4: FBLA 4: PASS 4:
Honor Society 4. Future plans:
MARGIE BROWN: Volleyball 2:
FBLA 4, Secretary 4. Future
MAUREEN BRUHN:Choir l.2
Hustle Club 4. lfuturc plans:
MARK BURKEY: Future plans
BROOKE K. CAMPBELL:
Band l. 2, 3: Gun Club 2: Football
3, 4 Future plans: College
DAWN CARL: Choir 3:
Legislature 4. Future plans:
MIKE CARNEY. wrestling 3, 4
Varsity Club 3, 4. Future plans:
CHRISTY CARR: Future plans:
TIM CARROTHERS: Football l
BRAD CH RISTOFFER'
SALLIE COBB: Transfer I:
Choir I. 2: Spades I: Legislature
I: PASS 2: Drama Club 2: YAD
3: Just Folk 2. 4. Future plans:
BARB COTEY: Track I. 2. 3:
Basketball I. 2: Matmaids I: J.V.
Cheerleader 2: PASS 2: Varsity
Club 2. 3: Tennis 3. 4. Future
DIANA CATHERINE COX:
Hustle Club 2, 3: Bicentennial
Trip 3: Track manager 4. Future
plans: Graphic arts.
PAUL CROSS: Baseball I2
Varsity Band I: Symphonic Band
2: Wreslting 2: Tennis 2. 3. 43
Soccer 3, 4: Legislature 4. Future
plans: Traffic control or Physical
BARBARA SUSAN CURTIS:
Tennis I. 2: PASS I. 2, 3, 41 Class
secretary 2: T-bird 2: Annual 3. 4:
ASB Social Chairman 4. Future
JOHN DARIN: Varsity Band lg
Symphonic Band 2: Stage Band
I, 2,' 3. Future plans: Fireman.
SHELLY DARIN: Choir I.
I Future plans: Cosmotologist.
KEVIN DAYTON: Football I:
Wreslting I, 2, 3, 4: Symphonic
Band I, 2, 31 Cross Country 2, 3, 4:
Varsity Club I, 2, 3, 4: Stage
Band 2, 3. Future plans: College
IiI.AINli BIETII DIiCKIiRT:
Choir I, 23 Volleyball 2, 3:
Legislature 3: FBLA 3, 4: Annual
Staff 3, 4. I-'uture plans: Art.
BARBARA ANN DENK:Choir
I,2, 3: Matmaids I, 2 tSeeretary 2l
tPresident 31. Future plans:
MARY PATRICIA QTRISIIJ
Track 3: Basketball 4: PASS 4:
Varsity Club 4: Debate 4, Hustle
Club 4: Legislature 4, Future
DARRELL DREWRY: Rifle
team I: Gun Club I: Soccer 3, 4.
NATHAN DYSART: Debate
l. 2, 3: International Club 2:
Legislature 3: ASB Judge 4.
SUSAN FURLONG lEASLEYl
Symphonic Band I, 2, 3, 4: Play
3: FBLA 3, 4: Honor Society 4.
Future plans: College.
SUE FOSTER: Honor Society
2, 3: Drill TEam 2, 3: Debate 3.
Future plans: Dance or political
DANA FRASER: Basketball
I, 2, 3, 4: Varsity Club 2, 3, 4:
Legislature 2, 3, 4: Football 3, 4.
Future plans: Communications or
Stage Band I, 2, 3, 43
tPresident 31: Symphonic Band
I, 2, 3, 4, Varsity Band I: Golf
I, 2, 3, 41 International Club 3:
Wrestling 4. Future plans: College.
DEBBIE GOLDSBY: Spades 21
YAD 3, 4.
JOHN WAYNEGRAY: Football
I, 2, 3, 43 Swimming I: Track
I, 2, 3, 4, Captain 4, Band Ig
Wrestling 2: Legislature 43 Varsity
Club 4, Senior class vice-president.
Future plans: Air Force or College.
RON GREENUP: Football I1
X Bowling I: Baseball 2, 3, 43 Varsity
club 3, 4. Future plans: College or
CHRISTINE J. GREENWOOD:
PASS 2, 3, 4: Varsity Baseball
score keeper 3, 43 Class secretary
3: ASB Treasurer 41 Homecoming
' Princess 43 Hustle Club 4.
Basketball I, 2, 3,43 Golf l:Track
2, 3, 43 Varsity Club 2, 3, 43 Debate
2: Honor Society 41 Swing Choir
43 Legislature I, 2, 3, 4, Choir 4.
Future plans: To be happy and
LARRY RICHARD GRUNOW:
Football I :Tennis I, 4: Basketball
l, 2, 3, 43 Varsity Club I, 2, 3, 43
Cross Country 2, 3. Future plans:
College or' Navy.
JUDY HALEY: Transfer 3gTrack
3, 4: Varsity Club 43 Just Folk 3.
Future plans: REgistered nurse.
WARD HALFACRE: Future
STEPHEN HANNAH: Rifle
Club 2, 3
LISA RAY HANSON:
Cheerleader I, 3. 4: Cross Country
21 Homecoming Princess 2:
Varsity Club 3, 4: Legislature 3, 4:
Hustle Club 4: LondonfParis
tour 4. Future plans: College.
MIKE HANSON: Symphonic
Band I. 2. 3: Soccer 3.
BRIAN PAUL HARDCASTLE:
Basketball I, 2, 3, 4: Baseball
I, 2, 3, 4: Varsity Club 2, 3, 4
tPresidentl: Sophomore Class
President: Homecoming Court
3, 4: Legislature 3, 4: Bicentennial
Tour 3: Senior Class President
Homecoming Court 3, 43
Legislature 3, 4: Bicentennial
Tour 3: Senior Class President.
Future plans: Oral surgeon.
PAMELA J. HARRISON:
LondonfParis Tour 4. Future
JOHN HAYS: Basketball 2, 3, 43
Baseball I, 3: Football 33 Varsity
SALLY HEDGES: Band I: PASS,
2: Honor Society 2, 3, 4:
Basketball 3: Just Folk 4 fVice-
presidentl: Legislature 4, Future
KELLI HEEBNER: Band lg Just
Folk 2, 3, 41 Honor Society 2, 3, 4:
Ski Club 4. Future plans: College
FRED HENSCHEL: Track I:
Baseball I. Future plans: Auto
WES HEPP: Futurc plans: Chef,
PASS 2, Future plans: Art.
SANDRA HUGHES: PASS
I, 2, 3: Just Folk 2, 3. 4: Golden
Arrow 3. 4. Future plans: College.
DENISE INGLIN: Varsity Band
lg Symphonic Band I. 2. 3. 4.
Future plans: Business Education.
MELODEE ANN lRWlN:Choir
I, 2: Volleyball 2. 3: Legislature
3, 4: FBLA 3 tPresidentJ. 4 tVice-
presidentjg Annual Staff 3, 4.
IAssistant Editorl. Future plans:
. , Dental Assistant.
DOREEN ELLINOR GISELA
JUNG: Gun Club I3Track I, 2, 3,
4. Future plans: Air Force.
LYNN MARIE KENNEDY
DEAN WARD KINCY: Golf
I, 2, 3, 4: Basketball I, 2. 31 Varsity
Club I, 2, 3, 4: Legislature 3, 4.
Matmaids I: Spades I, 2: Hustle
Club 3, 41 Spring play 2: Just .
JULIE DIANE KITTEN
JULIE KLEIN Future plans:
KAREN ANN KRUSE: Varsity
Band I1 Bowling lg Symphonic
Band 2. 3, 4: PASS 2, 3: FBLA
tHistorian 33: lRcporter 433 Honor
Society 4: Ski Club 4: Varsity Club
Secretary 4. Future plans:
Business administration and
LEE ALLEN KUS: Choir I, 4:
Play I: Legislature I, 2, 3, 4:
Golden Arrow 3, 4: FBLA 4,
Baseball 4, Hustle Club 4:
Wreslting 4. Future plans: College.
ANDREW G. LALLY: Football
l, 3. 4: Varsity Club I. 2, 3, 4,
Track lg Legislature I, 2, 3, 4,
Wrestling I. 2, 3, 4: Cross Country
2. Future plans: Physical
KRIST O. LELAND: Basketball
I, 2: Football I: Soccer 3: High
School Moto-Cross 3:
Bicentennial trip 3: Annual Staff
3, 4. Future plans: Photographer.
JOANNA KAY LINDGREN:
Matmaids I: PASS 2, 3: FBLA
3, 4 tVice-President 413 Honor
CAROLYN LINDSEY: Golden
Arrow I: PASS 2, 3. Future plans:
DIANE CHRISTINE LUDWIG
G. SCOTT MACDUFF: Gun
Club I, 2, 3, 43 Varsity Band I:
Rifle Team 2, 3, 43 Symphonic
Band 2, 3: Varsity Band 2, 3, 43
Tennis 3, 43 Gun Club President
4. Future plans: U.S. Naval
MICHEAL SCOTT MACK:
Football I, 2, 3, 4g Basketball
I, 2, 3, 43 Golf I, 2, 3, 43
Letterman's Club 23 Varsity Club
3, 43 Legislature 2, 3, 43
Bicentennial Tour 3: Play 4.
JULIE KAY MARQUETTE:
Basketball I3 Mat Maids I, 23
Choir 33 PASS 43 Hustle 43
Legislature 4. Future plans:
LISA KAYE MARTIN: Varsity
Band I3 Symphonic Band 2, 3, 43
Swim Team I3 Varsity Club l, 2, 3,
43 Ski Club 2, 3, 43 Honor Society
3, 43 Volleyball 3. Future plans:
SHIRLEY MARTIN: Volleyball
I, 2. Future plans: Business.
JIM McCOWN: Basketball l.
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BRIAN MCGEE: Tennis 4. Future
plans: Tire Shop Business.
MCNAMERA: Hustle Club 23
Legislature 33 ASB Secretary 4:
Homecoming Queen 4. Future
Basketball I. Future plans: Art
CARRIE DENISE MILLER:
Varsity Band lg Choir lg Cross
Country 3. Future plans: College.
ESPERANZA C. MONTERO:
International Club 2. 3. Future
plans: Army. College, Nursing.
CLAIRE CORINNE MURPHY:
Beauty School 4. Future plans:
TAMMIE ANN MYDLER
MARK NEIERTZ: Wrestling
l, 2, '33 Football l, 2, 3, 4g Choir
1, 2, 33 Swing Choir 43 Varsity
Club I, 2, 3, 43 Baseball 3. Future
MIKE NEIERTZ: Wrestling
l, 2, 3, 43 Football l, 2, 3, 43
Varsity Club l, 2, 3, 4: Choir
l, 2, 33 Swing Choir 43 Acting
NANCI NOBLE: Transfer 33
YAD 3, 4. Future plans:
JEFF NUNN: Basketball l, 2, 3,
43 Varsity Club 2, 3, 43
Homecoming Court 3, 4: Boy's
State 33 Legislature 4. Future
KEVIN OLINGER: Freshman
class president: Basketball I3
Football l, 33 Baseball 2, 43
Varsity Club 3.
MARY FRANCES O'NElLL:
Basketball l. 2. 3, 43 Hustle Club
2, 3 fVice-presidentJ3 PASS 3, 43
Varsity Club 4.
'RANDY PARKER: Future plans:
LIBBY PARSONS: Varsity Band
li Symphonic Band 3, 43 Play 4.
Future plans: Physical Therapist.
DENNIS PEARCE: Wrestling
2, 3. Future plans: Air Force.
RON PEDERSEN: Football
l, 3, 43 Basketball I3 Track 2.
LEE PENNINGTON: Golf I, 2:
RANDALL ALAN PERKINS:
Football I. 2, 3.4: Basketball I. 2,
3: Baseball Ig Varsity Club 3, 4.
Future plans: Computer
STEVE PLUNTZE: Football
I, 2, 3, 4: Wrestling manager I:
Basketball 2, 3: Varsity Club 2. 3
4: Just Folk 3, 4 CPresidentJ.
RAMSFY RADWAN: Future
DANIEL RAY: Acting Company
3, 4: Thcspians 3, 43 Play 3, 4.
Future plans: College.
ROBERT REID: Rifle Team I.
Future plans: Mechanic or
LINDA ROBINSON: Transfer
2: PASS 3. 4:'Choir 3: Legislature
3, 4: Hustle Club 3, 4: Ski Club 4:
Honor Society 4: Track 4. Future
KERI ROOD: Hustle Club l:
Golden Arrow 2, 3, 4. Future
RENEE ROOD: FBLA 4.
Transfer 3: Soccer 3, 49 Play 3, 41
Golden Arrow 3: Legislature 3, 43
Swing Choir 4: Track 4.
TERESA SAPP: Golden Arrow I:
Choir l, 21 Track 1.4. Manager 41
Legislature l, 2, 3, 4: PASS l, 23
Hustle Club 2, 31 T-Bird Mascot
41 Future plans: Fashion
Homecoming Court 1: Freshman
Vice-President: Basketball I:
Track l. 2, 3,42 Tennis l:Choir lg
Cheerleader 2, 3, 4g PASS 2: May
Court 3: Junior President: Acting
Company 3, 4. Future plans:
DONALD GLENN SIEGLER:
Football I. 2: Varsity Band l:
Symphonic Band 2. 3. 4: Stage
Band 3. 4: Spring Play 3. Future
Bicentennial Tour 3: FBLA 4:
Just Folk 4. Future plans: T.V.
ALICE SMITH: Varsity Band I:
Symphonic Band I. 2. 3. 4: Annuul
Staff 3. 4:. Future plans: College.
JON SMITH: Football l. 2. 3, 4
Basketball I, 2. 3. 4: FBLA I. 2:
Truck I. 2. 3, 4: Varsity Club
I. 2. 3. 4: Junior Class President:
ASB President. Future plans:
TERESA IRENE SMITH:
Bicentennial Tour 3: London!
Paris Tour 4: Beauty School 4.
Future plans: Cosmotologist.
IJIiN ICE SPARLEY
ELLAMAE SPRAGG: Choir 2. 3:
Symphonic Band 2: Varsity Band
2, 3: Debate 4: Legislature 4.
Future plans: College,
SUSAN STEINER: Mat Maids
I: Legislature I: Rifle Club 2:
Rifle Team 2. Future plans: Stay
DENISE tDenil STOLZ
DUANE D. STUTZMAN:
Football I. 3: Varsity Club 3:
Motorhead 2, 3. Future plans:
JENI SWANSON: Swim Team l:
Bicentennial Tour 3: FBLA 4:
Just Folk 4. Future plans: T.V.
BARBARA TABBERT: Transfer
4: Senior Class Secretary: PASS 4:
Senior Executive Board:
Chairman of Sadie Hawkins 4.
Future plans: Medical School.
MICHAEL TAYLOR: Football
l, 2, 3: Wrestling l, 2, 3. Future
TAMMY TEETER: Freshman
Legislature l, 2, 3, 4: PASS 2:
Cheerleader 3: Varsity Club 2, 3:
Hustle 4: LondonfParis Tour 4.
Future plans: College.
DAWN THOMAS: Track 3, 4:
PASS 3, 4: Hustle Club 3:
Basketball 4: Legislature 3, 4.
THORNTON: Legislature l, 2, 3:
Track l: Bowling I: Pep Staff 31
Varsity Club 3: Journalism 3, 4
tEditor 31. tCo-Editor 413 Tennis
3, 4: Homecoming Senior Escort.
Future plans: Eastern Washington
KAREN TRACY: Symphonic
Band I, 2, 3, 4: Peoples' Party 21
F.B.L.A. 3, 4: Honor Society 4.
Future plans: Bank Teller
JEFFREY ALLEN TURNER:
Football I. Future Plans: Truck
I, 2, 3, 4. Future Plans: U.S. Coast
MIKE WALL: Cross Country
I. 2, 3, 4: Track I, 2, 3, 43 Varsity
Club I, 2. 3, 4. Future Plans:
LYNN WA LTERS: Varsity Band
I: Bowling lg. Future plans:
ERIC WANDEL: Future plans:
Head for California.
FRANK LEROY WEBLEY II:
Varsity Band I, 2: Symphonic
Band 2, 3, 4: Stage Band 2, 3, 4.
Future plans: College or trade
JOAN MAUREEN WILLIAMS:
Tennis l, 2, 3. 4: Basketball 2. 3:
Track l, 2. 3. 4: Drama Club l:
Choir I, 2.3, 43 Swing Choir 2. 3.
4: PASS 2, 3. 4: Varsity Club 2. 4:
Legislature 2. 3, 4: Girls' State 3:
Bicentennial Tour 3: Golf 4:
Debate 4. Future plans:
TOM WILLIAMS: Transfer 3:
Soccer 3, 4: Track 3, 4: Gun Club
4: Rifle Team 4. Future plans:
LARRY RUSSELL WILSON:
Golf3, 4: Varsity Club 3, 4. Future
KEVIN WISEMAN: Varsity
Band I. 2, 3. Future plans:
DEBBIE WOOD: YAD 3.
Historian 3: FHA 3. Vice-
President 4: Spades 2, 3, 4,
President 3, Secretary 4. Future
plans: Animal Technology.
MITCH WOOD: Just Folk 2, 3.
Secretary 2: Play 3, 4: Ski Club 4:.
KEVIN ZAHN: Football I, 2, 3,
4: Basketball I, 2, 3: Ski Club l, 2,
3, 4: Rifle Club l, 2, 3, 4: Honor
Society 2, 3, 4: LondonfParis
Tour 4: Ski Club tl, 2, 3, 4, Vice-
HARLAN W. ZINCK:
Basketball Manager I: Football
Manager I: Play 2: Sophomore
Class President: Drama 2:
Legislature 2, 3, 4: Progressive
Party Co-Chairman 2: ASB
Treasurer 3: Budget Committee
Chairman 3: Swing Choir 3, 4:
Activities Committee 33 Thespians
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Smoking Committee 4:
Bicentennial Tour 3: ASB Vice-
President 4: Journalism 4: Annual
Staff 3, 4: BudgetjActivitiesf
Policy Committees 4: Lunchtime
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Harold Chriglic Marcin Corey Janet Cross
Brian Chrisroffcr Guylu Conger Richard Cross
Wgrrrgn Clark Carole Coss Ann Dana
Diana Core Rob Crawford George Dzxmilio
Gordon Schaible David Sheldon Dennis Smith
Terri Scott Cheryl Sheriff Ricky Sprout
Kim Seed Julie Sherrell Gary Spurgeon
Mary Seed Krystal Shoop DeAnn Stockton
Earl Stockwell Greg Stueve Jay Von
Liga Stone Betty Sutton Lisa Turner
Connie Sweeney Bob Tuffrec
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The third season.
The leaves descend, the temperature drops, work begins
anew. The sounds of summer linger faintly in the
distance, soon to be overtaken by the cheers of a thousand
fans after a touchdown.
For some, it's the beginning of four fine yearsg for others,
it's the beginning of the end.
The third season.
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Tumwater High School, Food Service is the
most recognized. Every day students swarm
into the Commons area where they are served
with dishes to feed even the pickiest eaters.
A group of students, led by Mrs. Lisk and
Mrs. Trodahl, fed these members of the
student body daily and do it with no
complaints. An honor should be given to
these hard workers for all of their time and
effort to please everyone.
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Acting is an inbred talent, accented by the leadership of a quality
director. Tumwater's Thespians possess both and, with the leadership
of advisor Karen Campbell, President Dan Ray, Vice-President
Carmen Rhoades and Secretary Pam Dickey, their innate abilities have
been witnessed throughout the year, first in "The Crucible" and later in
other productions and activities.
row: Jan Erskine, Carmen Rhoades, Dan Ray, Pam Dickey, Kevin Mohney, Deni
and Harlan Zinck. Back row: David Detzler, Pat Guttman, Dirk Gum, Bernie Ben-
Susie Gilbert, and Jerry Bevans.
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Undoubtedly you've heard of the famous Salem witch trials,
but did you know these took place for only six months and
nineteen people died? The year 1692 was a period ot'
Puritan strictness. No recreation of any kind was allowed,
with whipping as punishment. When a group of young girls
were caught dancing in the woods, they escaped punishment
by crying "witch", upon innocent townfolk. Tumwater High
School's Drama Department presented Arthur Miller's "The
Crucible" as the fall play this year. The eeriness and fright
of this time was aptly portrayed by the excellent acting job
of the students.
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"The Crucible" cast:
Mike Mackf Mitch Wood
Giles Corey Dirk Gum
Rev. Hale David Detzler
Dep. Gov. Danforth Jerry Bevans
Marshall Herrick Marvin Meador
Mr. Cheever Kevin Mohney
Hopkins Tony Rossiter
Sarah Good Pam Dickey
T.H.S.'s Drama department has undergone many
changes in the last two years. It has not only
adapted itself to a new drama coach, Karen Kee
Campbell, it has expanded itself into the formation
of a touring group of sixteen students,
appropriately entitled Tumwater Acting Company.
Trained in the art of juggling tto build
concentrationj by Greg Albert, touring the local
grade schools with childrenls plays, designed to let
the kids laugh, get involved, and the use their
imagination, and equipping themselves with a
variety of dramatic methods Cpantomime, facial
expression, and speech being but a fewj, they have
successfully succeeded in accomplishing remarkable
and entertaining activities that will distinguish
themselves and Tumwater in the future. Perhaps a
standing ovation is called for.
Acting Company members included: QL. to RJ Front row:
Kelly Grubb, John Mount, Jorjanna Shattuck, Kelli Schoth,
Larry Marquette, Second row: Deni Stolz, Bernie Benson,
Loretta Hammer, Daniel B. Ray, Mike Neiertz, Top row: Kevin
Mohney, Sandy Jeimbigner, Jerry' Bevans, Pamela Dickey, and
W. Dirk Gum. fNot pictured: Mitch Wood and Karen
The Fine Art Of Speech
The world of the debater is one crowded with
aggravation and energy, activated by the
announcement of a tournament or the scratch of a
judge's pencil on an evaluation sheet. One must
keep one's throat tense and ready for any occasion,
whether it be the state championships or a practice
round in advisor J.R. Snyder's room. But no
activity comes cheap. Debate has supported itself
through selling chocolate bars and ten cent candy
stix, the latter being the most successful club
activity in recent memory. Tumwater has long been
known for its talented exception.
This year's team consisted of: Dot Brown, Shelley Yett, Valerie Davis, Tom Jackson, Warren Olson, Gary Koshi, Nick Hornbuckle
Janice Erskine, Joan Williams, Trish Dick, Kris Taylor, Rochelle Rudin, Pam Dickey, Ella Spragg, Joyce Hicks, Cinde Baker, Amy
Thompson, Rose Monroe, Sue Foster and Jeri Lance
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stuffy group of eggheads who sit around in conceited splendor, counting
their money and feeling important. In actuality, nothing could be further
from the truth. F.B.L.A. advised by Mr. O,Connor and led by Larinda
Lemay, President, Melodee Irwin, Vice-President, Margie Brown, Secretaryg
Diane Cote, Treasurer, Karen Kruse, Reporter, and Elaine Deckert,
Historian, has shown themselves to be both educational and profitable,
through their operation of the new Student Co-Op. Products sold range
from gym shorts to ju-jubesg noise-makers to notebooks, It has been a
success, as has been Tumwater's F.B.L.A.
Golden Arrow, one of the school's most well known service clubs, devotes itself to the sale of Condiments at sporting
activities. Profits are re-used to buy supplies for future years.
The Stage Band can best be termed a
big band, as they perform numbers by
such musical greats as Glenn Miller,
Stan Kenton, and Barry Manilow.
Their twice-a-year concerts with the -,
Swing Choir have set crowds humming,
foot tapping, and applauding with a spirit
seldom felt at T.H.S. An excellent group I
of seasoned musicians, they continue to
entertain through the years, always with
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Tumwater's Stage Band, directed by Ray Seegers, featured such popular favorites as In the Mood, Bandstand Boogie, and the theme
from Barney Miller. Members included Carl Baron, Chris Baron, Patti Baker, Gayla Conger, Evan Davis, Valerie Davis, Ron Gladney,
Ted Hawkins, William Isaacson, Ken Krick, Glenn Larson, Bredt Martin, Roger Schott, Glenn Sicgler, .lim Walker, Steve Walker,
Frank Webley, and Ron Wells,
The title may be misleading, but the sound isn't.
One can't recall the last time they performed a
symphony, but the Symphonic band does play many
favorites at concerts, football games, for different
organizations, and at many school functions. They are an
advanced band and it is evident.
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The majorettes of T.H.S., Debbie Rossiter, Susan
Walters, Deanna Miller, and band major Mike Miller,
twirl their batons at games and activities, accompanied
by the band.
The cream of Tumwater's spirit
bands is the Varsity, busying itself
at assemblies, cold winter football
games and occasional public con-
certs. A certain respect has been
earned through the enthusiastic ef-
forts of these dedicated musicians,
braving the horrors of a frozen
mouthpiece to generate wild enthu-
Members included fleft to rightj, front row:
Patti Miller, Cym Anderson, Pat West,
Kim Trukowski. Back: Mark Cramer,
Jon Wolbert, Bill Barclift, Mike Meyers,
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mm.. - in the formation of the Girls' Chorus. The
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lx concerts, sang their fifty hearts out in such
songs as Bridge Over Troubled Water and
John Denver's Annie's Song.
A busy and active group, the Swing
Choir, led by Dale Martin, spent much
of its time out of school, touring the
countryside singing at shopping centers,
nursing homes, club meetings, and
wherever else they were invited. The 24
member organization proved to be a
tremendous public relations asset to the
school and the district. Popular
numbers included John Denver's Fly
Away, the 30's a nostalgic hit On-fhe
Sunny Side of the Street, and, during
December, a Bing Crosby memorial,
If, while strolling down the English Hall, you happen to have heard
the somewhat melodious strains of Wabash Cannonball, the
explanation is simple: Just Folk is having its first lunch jam session.
Led by President Steve Pluntze, Vice President Sally Hedges, Scribe
Nick Hornbuckle, and Advisor Herr Meyer, 'lThe Foggy Mountain
Boys" and their followers performed about the community, organized
. the Christmas talent show, and held seminars on folk music and
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The members of the 'The
Foggy Mountain Boys" are,
pictured above: Nick
Hornbuckle on banjo, Jon
Hornbuckle on mandolin,
Burt Meyer on fiddle. Tom
Banks on bass, and Steve
Pluntze on guitar.
Varsity cheerleaders are considered top spirit
supporters and rightly so. Their hard working
efforts of making signs, posters, baking cookies
for the team, etc. etc. etc. have been appreciated
greatly by those observing. Being a cheerleader is
a tough, thankless job, it is a pleasure to
recognize them here.
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Always in the shadow of
the Varsity are the J.V.
Cheerleaders. These four
overworked girls are
always willing to give up
their own free time for the
support of the school and
it's many activities. This
years staff consisted of
four sophmore girls.
Back Row: Lori Walters, Rene
Front Row: Lori Miller, Crystal
The Freshman pep staff,
always striving beyond
their number two slot,
proved their high output
capacity by promoting
spirit whenever possible,
cheering louder than
anyone else at assemblies
and waving their pompoms
with tremendous valor.
Left to Right: Teresa
Winkelman, Paula Bebee,
Suzette Parsons, and Kathy
One of the most respected and admired
groups in the school is that of the Special
Aides. Led by Mrs. Hawkins, T.H.S.
nurse and finger bandager, they have
dedicated themselves to community
service through such worthy activities as
parties for the elderly and disabled, visits
to HealthfScience centers, and pursuance
of medical careers. Officers Dorothy
Elder, Presidentg Chere Hendrickson,
Vice-President, and SecretaryfTreasurer
Debbie Wood are all actively involved in
interesting others in such occupations for
the future as M.D.s, nurses, and
technologists, professions which will be
urgently needing individuals in the future.
One of the finest methods for maintaining
friendly foreign relations is that of the
student exchange. Educating someone about
the customs and geography of another
country cannot compare with actual,
personal contact with one of its citizens.
Although Tumwater is unfortunate in not
having any foreign students this year, the
International Club has kept us informed as
to the progress of those visitors learning in
other schools in our district, generally
through club meetings and a special
assembly designed to not only send off those
students going on the trip to London and
Paris, but to entertain and educate the
entire student body on other countries.
Through the efforts of the International
Club and its officers fPresident Jerry
Bevans and Vice President Larry Jackson,
advised by Miss Pikej, the world of
tomorrow may be a more unified and
productive one for all.
London Paris Travelers
Two of the most exciting and provocative cities in
Europe, are London, England and Paris, France.
Within these two bustling metropolises lie such
famous sights as the Tower of London, Picadilly
Circus, Windsor Castle, the Champs Elysees, Moulin
Rouge, and the Louvre Museum. These sights still
exist, but they are rather frazzled by the recent
visitation of fourteen T.H.S. students, led by teachers
Bill Ward and John H. Snyder. The International
Consortium of Education, sponsors of the week-long
trip, charged but a pittance compaired to the usually
enormous fees paid by average over-seas travelers.
Everyone had unforgettable experiences, although one
was told to return the crown jewels or else and
another tried to hide a double-decker bus within his
suitcase, without success.
These are the students who went on the trip
Legislature, although alternately cursed and praised, has
accomplished more this year than many years previous. Headed by
Vice President Harlan Zinck, Judge Nathan Dysart, and Secretary
Kim McNamara, its main function has been to keep T.H.S. on an
even keel, organizing such activities as Homecoming, dress-up days,
and the new smoking area. Its members, elected democratically by
the advisory groups, enthusiastically participated in this useful body,
reporting information to their groups and encouraging suggestions
and school spirit. The time spent has been well used, the future will
tell if it's been necessary. Jon Smith, President, Sue Curtis, Social
Chairman, and Christy Greenwood, Treasurer-kept close tabs on all
Pride And Spirit Supporters CP.A.S.S.J, a group of concientious females
dedicating themselves to the cause of winning football, spends the winter
months decorating the locker room, baking cookies, cakes, and other goodies
designed to keep our victorious T-Birds smiling, and organizing cheers of
spirited enthusiasm. Support for its own sake is typicalg support out of
dedication is admirable.
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Varsity Football Scores
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Sad, but true: In the past, Tumwater's Varsity football
team has been thought to be a pushover, easy to
conquer. Coach Sid Otton wasn't about to let this
continue, so working in accordance with some of the
finest players in the high school's history, he sent our
main players to camp, where they were trained in the
whys, wherefores, and methods of good football. On their
arrival home, they put their newly-gained knowledge and
skills to good use, producing a partnership of good will
and brotherhood among the team.
This feeling of teamwork was evident as the season
progressed. No longer was any one person the star, this
was one operating machine, dedicated to victory and
good sportsmanship. Otton kept the team in prime shape,
with daily practices and one-to-one contact with the
players. Through this method, there is high morale and a
high possibility of maintaining this momentum in the
upcoming years. Another season will begin soon .lf all
goes as planned, it will be fabulous.
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Robert Boardman, Jeff Obenauer, Paul Oster, Willie lsaacson QTrainerj Second Row Steve Anderson tTramerj Ron
Anderson, Don Cox, Matt Synder, Mark Neiertz, Jay Sloan, Ron Pederson Jim McC1rthy Randy Perkins Alf Herigsttd Byron
Collins, Larry Marquette. Third Row - Coach Karst Brandsma, Mike Mack Brook Campbell Tim Hanson Jay VonBargen Jon
Smith, Mike Neiertz, Andy Lally, John Gray, Tom Pifer, John Cuskelly Jim Williams Roger Smith Dennis Smith Coach
Randy Reynolds. Last row - Coach Pat Alexander, Coach Gary Taylor Steve Pluntze Bill Beattie Matt Hinkle Tom Beattie
Kevin Zahn, John Brown, Jim Brittain, Gary Masten, Joe Roe, Dana Fraser Ryan Rudin Head Coach Sid Otton Coach Tom
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Led by Coach Randy Reynolds, with assistance
from Coach Gary Taylor, the junior varsity of 1977
posted a 4-4 season. This mark proved to be the
best in recent history by a Tumwater team.
This team, besides their own mark, should be duely
credited for the winning attitude they helped the
varsity maintain. Their attitude, though unnoticed
by many, was surely a deciding factor. We look for
this to continue in years to come.
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What of Volleyball, that game played with a lot of girls
and a net? Is it more important than just an activity to
watch on a dull afternoon? Well, if this year is any
indication, the answer is obvious. The varsity, always
spirited and active, has done very well, winning many
games. Led by the talented team of Kathy Odegaard and
Mary Kay Gibson, even better things are certain to be in
the offering. At this writing, they are destined for districts
and may proceed to state. They have the right attitude 1
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To some, crosscountry running is a grueling,
tortuous sport which provides nothing but pain to
its participants. But to Tumwater's Cross-Country
team, it is a challenge of endurance and skill,
involving vast training and testing of one's self to
be certain of that ability to do it and do it well.
It has been difficult, what with only four female
varsity members returning, although two freshmen
have taken the places of those who had graduated
with great success. As can be expected, things got
off to a slow start with both boys and girls. But,
thanks to high morale and aid from coach Dave
Annonen and Mr. Kruse, success has been placed
firmly within their grasp. With dedication, it is
almost certain to be theirs.
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There is much more to tennis than just running
about on a cement court, lobbing balls at each
other with rackets. It is a game which requires
that one be fleet of foot, skillful in the wrist,
arm, and body, and thoughtful in the planning
of winning tennis. The T.H.S. Girls' Tennis
team, led by newcomer Priscilla Hickey, has
grown and progressed into a 24 member group,
successful in scoring and spirit. In addition to
the experienced seniors, many enthusiastic
freshmen have joined, promising a fine team for
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Tumwater's soccer team, coached by Mike Mahoney, had less than a
perfect season. Although the scores show numerous losses, what isn't
shown is the enormous holding power they exerted, losing by a little
more than one goal at most games. Five senior players, graduating
this year, showed fine leadership and chances for a well organized,
sportsmanship oriented team in l978.
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bration was one of the best in the school's history. The
court, headed by Queen Kim McNamara Qescorted by
Brian Hardcastlej was one the loveliest and the entire
program was a fine success involving the Drill Team and
the band. In a gesture of love, the Drill Team members
each presented a daisy to Queen Kim after her Coronation.
The Homecoming spirit was carried through the dance the
following evening, where the court and their subjects were
entertained by Janis.
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When you go to a football or basketball game,
who is it that always provides half-time enter-
tainment? What other group consists of 35 fe-
males and no males Calthough many have tried
but can't swing their hips rightJ'? Yes, itis the
Drill Team, Kathy Odegaardis girls of glee.
After attendance by their leaders Ccaptain Zer-
rena Mills and co-captain Carole Cossj to a
Central Washington seminar this summer, there
have been many improvements over last year's
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became more active than ever before. Dedicating themselves to the enjoyment of
the white covered slopes, they were led by President David Gremmels, Vice President
Kevin Zahn, SecretaryfTreasurer Lisa Martin, and advisor Gerry Julian.
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29 Timberline 35
44 Yelm 32
42 Elma 27
24 Capital 28
15 Mt. Si 30
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The Cream Of The Crop
A new look for Tumwater Varsity Basketball: height. Spurred by a disappointing 76-77 season fthe first
in nine years in which T.H.S. failed to qualify for the play-offsj, Coach Bill Ward strove to build a team
of returning lettermen and talented Sophs. Among the former were such people as forward Jim Brittain,
pivot Frank Groundwater, and forward Jeff Nunn, all concerned, however, were kept busy challenging
and defeating league members, noticeably surprised by T.H.S.'s incredible lack of weakness. Not
surprisingg height is fine but, matched with skill, it's unbeatable.
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rather low win f loss
record, has shown great
determination this year.
Coached by Don Kruse,
their matches have kept
fans on the edge of their
seats and programs
within their grasp.
Back Row fleft to rightj Jerry Gillium,
Dale Cote, Rodger Yandle, Brad
Meek, Rob Hinkle, Mark Mclain,
Doug Dauber, Lloyd Mix, Marlyn
Kyle. Center Row Qleft to rightj Mark
Cramer, Steve Swanson, Tim Montero
Don Jensen, Rick Currier, Steve
Grubb, Mike Taylor. Front Row Cleft
to rightj Coach Shaner, Jeff Kuest,
Rob Anthony, Mark Kirchmeier,
Warren Olson, Bunch, Brain Lewis.
Not pictured: Tom Sherrell, Kary
The members of the Sophomore basketball team
consider themselves lucky to be participating on
such an enjoyable and educational team. Though
they are not, at present, considered skillful enough
for the J.V. or Varsity teams, their potentials are
being slowly realized through practice, drills, and
other deftness-building activities. Their spirit is self-
grooming: tomorrow they'll be winning the
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Basketball Team, hindered by a painful occurence called
graduation and a poor turnout. However, taking a never-say-
die attitude, many new faces were added to the group,
resulting in a successful season. Returning from last year were
guard Janet Pluntze, forward Holly Evans, and guard Mary
O'Neillg new to the C Team were Sue Mclain, Melinda
Hetland, Shelly Warren, Celeste Dick, Kathy Moon, Cindy
Fennimore, Kelly Brown, and Letitia Bond. J.V.: Sue Hoing,
Teresa Bacon, Laurie Marquette, Diana Spargur, Lisa
Fennimore, Deanna Miller, Cathy Wisner, Marcy Decker.
Varsity: Trish Dick, Tammy Moon, Kari Brodin, Elaine
Liukko, Catherine Robb, Shelly Clark, Loretta Hammer, and
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A gleeful, responsive audience was treated to the comedic, farcical
side of Tumwater's Acting Company on February 16, 1978, at a
special, invitation-only presentation of three short plays: "If Men
Played Cards as Women Doz, directed by Deni Stolzg s'Riders to
the Seaw, directed by Bernie Bensong and "Trial by Jury",
directed by Dirk Gum. As an example of the Compan,s well
developed dramatic sense, all was directed by students, performed
by students, and progressed to an entertaining, successful climax
evening of One Acts and musical numbers
performed and directed by its members
Date Thursday evening February 16
Place Tumwater Center for the Performing Arts
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The Lunchtime Matinee Film series, a service of the A.S.B. officers,
was originally designed as free entertainment for bored lunch eaters.
However, as the Olympia and Pierce County film libraries were used
to their full extent, a regular audience began to form for such
exciting celuloid spectaculars as "The Making of Butch Cassidy and
the Sundance Kidw, classics by W.C. Fields, Buster Keaton, the
Marx Brothers, and documentaries on space space travel and
Hollywood. There were, of course, a few losers among the gems,
lead by a 15 minute saga called "Pigs", twelve days of horror films,
and the thrill when the film broke. From such events come
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Tumwater's rifle team, advised
by Howard Johnson and Floyd
Zahn, had a great, enthusiastic
morale this year and rightly so.
What other team can boast of
being number one in the Black
Hills League, having an
advisor, Mr. Johnson,
nominated to be president of
that league, or possessing a
member who can shoot a 370
out of 400, as Chris Baron has
The pride that THS has for its
shooters is tremendous, as can
be attested to by their captain,
Scott MacDuff. It is hoped that
this pride, spirit, and winning
nature can continue throughout
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In the backwoods hamlet of Dog-
patch, Lil, Abner frets over the
chance that Daisy Mae will catch
him. For, you see, it is the long
awaited Sadie Hawkins day, in
which all the widders and old maids
are allowed 12 hours to catch the
batchelor of their choice, drag him
before the preacher, Marryin' Sam,
and live happily ever after.
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Sadie Hawkins, a variation on Al
Capp's 'Lil Abner' celebration,
received another enthusiastic crowd
as over 250 students donned overalls
and logger boots to disco the night
away. Accented by cries of 'Howdy'
and 'Whois thar'?,, the senior
sponsored event featured free
doughnuts, pastries, and punch, the
effects of which brought about
numerous words of praise and
compliment. Chaperons busied
themselves by chasing amorous
couples out of various and sundry
haystacks, doing so with the
reasoning that no one had lost any
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The golf team spent many hours of practice at Tumwater
Valley Golf Course, under the direction and supervision of
Mr. Ward. Despite much spirit and determination, their season
began with a series of setbacks. The team remained
emphatically hopeful for future successes for the rest of the
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Although hindered by the
inexperience of many newly
joined underclassmen, Coach
Bob Johnson has shown high
hopes in predicting a successful
season for the 'shrewd servers'.
Outstanding players include
Marc Bell, using his talents at
first singles, Larry Grunow at
second singles, and Larry
Marquette and Floyd Sweeney
at first doubles.
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Baseball was in full swing
for the "T-Bird Batters"
this spring. Coached by Mr.
Shaner, the Varsity had a
1-3 league record early in
the season. Mr. Otton was
the Junior Varsity coach
with Mr. Littleton and Mr.
O'Connor assisting both
teams. According to Coach
Littleton, the problems
holding the team back from
a big success were the
hitting failure and the
amount of errors. The
Varsity team was a young
group, with some strong
underclassmen who should
do well next year.
Already organized into a hard working
co-operation after just two years, the co-ed
programmed track team is showing much
potential, progress, and development in all
areas. Early in the season, they showed fine
efforts in a 5-1 record, thanks largely to the
guidance of coach Randy Reynolds, a loudly
supportive fan group, and a positive striving to
take as many participants to the state
competitions as possible.
Distance runners this year were, Top row, left to right:
Bert Bell, Ron Anderson, Scott Gruender, Brian Ross,
Tim Nichols, Middle Row: Mike Wall, Ron Westman,
Axel Walker, .lay Sloan, Don Pape, Evan Davis, Greg
Beebe. Front Row: Cindy Annonen, Chris Pape, Betty
Sutton, Lauri Annonen, Becky Bowken, Julie Jackson,
This year's coaches are, left to right: Top row, Dana Blair,
Priscilla Hickey. Bottom row, Randy Reynolds, Howard
Johnson, Don Kruse. Not Pictured: Chris Harmia, Anna
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May Dance 1978 . . .
Always And Forever
May Dance was held May 12. The last
major social happening before
graduation, five senior couples were
honored, with two couples representing
the junior class. Sue Curtis was in
charge of this annual event, which was
reigned over by King Mike Mack and
Queen Jorjanna Shattuck.
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The "Tom-Tom" was reincarnated this year
as the "T-Bird Talon" with the help of Dave
Littleton, advisor, Jeff Thornton and Janice
Erskine were the winter editors and Sharon
Nutter replaced Jeff in the spring. Joan and
Jeni fSkoropinski and Swansonj assisted by
becoming Production and Business Mana-
gers. Other editors included: Luke Monroe,
News, Harlan Zinck, Features, Tony Ros-
siter and Frank Groundwater, Sports, Bob
Haase, Advertising, and Mike Milligan and
Pat Guttman, Photography. The reporters
allowing the editors to do their job were:
Marc Bell, Pam Dickey, Debby Garrison,
Shell Green, Scott Gruender, Joyce Hicks,
Lisa lrwin, Elaine Liukko, Janet Pluntze,
and Janet Pluntze. The Talon staff deserves
a great deal of credit and respect, not to men-
tion a big "thanks" for giving the people at
T.H.S. a newspaper we can all be proud of.
Spring '78-Last Minute Wrap-Up
First Row: Sue McCabe, Shelly Pederson, LeAnn Haines,
Theresa Sheriff, Dorthy Elder. Second Row: Linda Cleveland,
Randee McHugh, Delrae Riley, Debbie Kline, Renee Robinson,
Sue Walters, Debbie Wood. Third Row: Dede Demetroff,
Chrystall Hollingsworth, Teddi Davis, Pat Fullerton, Diane
Cox, Michelle Coleman, Linda Robinson, Bill Ward.
Powder Puff footballers, comprised of some of the
roughest, toughest, and downright meanest females
in T.H.S., organized themselves for the first time in
two years to thrill and excite a stadium full of
cheering fans March 3rd, Trained and equipped with
the expert strategies of Tom Odegaard, Dave
Littleton, Karst Brandsma, Cliff Johnson, and Sid
Otton, the competition between the Junior and
Senior teams was a fierce and heated one climaxed
by a single touchdown Junior win. The support given
these spirited girls makes continuation of such a
program obviously certain.
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Thirteen lucky people spent
April 4-ll in Washington
D.C., New York,
Williamsburg. Back Row:
Chris Nelson, Stacy
Polehonka, Steve Moss,
Julie Sherrell, Tom Inglin,
Lee Kus, Larry Grunow.
Front Row: Paul Rudis,
Cindy Parker, Denise
Inglin, Kim McNamara,
Marc Bell, and Randy
There was no one more well known, more often called, or more highly respected
than was Joe Odermann. His shy, congenial way of responding to appreciation
after clearing up some major disaster made you want to thank him all the more,
for there isn't a person about who hasn't had his locker unstuek, his wastebasket
emptied, or his blinking light tube replaced by Joe.
He lead an industinguished life, decorated by few laudits or laurels. Born Joseph
John Odermann on June 9, 1915, in his native home of Celio, North Dakota, he
received an early love of the outdoors from his father, John, a service station
manager. Experiencing tradgedy early with the death of his mother, Elizabeth,
the 13-year-old Joe matured into a shy, thoughtful young man blessed with a
Life continued through high school, playing varsity football, graduating,
becoming a logger, a dairy farmer, and, a few years later, marrying Mary in
He was hired by the district as a night janitor in 1965, cleaning the
MathfHome-Ee wing. His do-everything diligence earned him the position of
head custodian in 1970, where he continued until May, l977g a short retirement
followed, ending with his death in October of 1977.
As any human being, he enjoyed many diversions: gardening was one, well as
hustling friends at pool. The fact he constantly won his dog racing bets amazed
everyone, including himself, yet he had a compassion for stray animals and loved
them like no one else.
If one had to sum up the feeling of loss T.H.S. experiences without Joe, it would
be the wish that one could give him many more years in return for all his work
and devotion. His was a gentle life, and although the world will continue, there
will be something missing. That something is Joe's legacy.
he was just superi' M. Clark " ... more of a friend than a custodian." A. Ojala
he was greit ind good to work with." M. Madison " . . . did a lot tmorej for kids than they realize." C. Loete
1 humerous congemil man." B. Ward " someone to lean on and be leaned on by." G.
a good human being." C. .Johnson Cunningham
" . . . a kind of guy you miss very much." R. Schott
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