Vashon Island High School - Vashonian Yearbook (Vashon, WA)

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Ler me recommend my Ioresr discovery on the picturesque lslond of Voshon . . . The Rock Cofe. Wherher eyerydoy or gourmerg Ir's cheop ond jusr o ferry ride owoy. ,X ri DISCOVER THE PLEASURES N 1 1 , . Y gw , ?fk 1, Sax f,'fT".i"hA - 5 fffif . OF THIS SPIRITED CAFE J LAIDLAW H P . 'D'I'I'I'D' ' .......-,......,..,,,. THIS ISN 'T JUST A unique orrnosphere? Bur of course! We have rhe liveliesr porlsing lor orrendonrs, the friendliest srciff, ond ine rnosr en- rhusiosric clientele. Worm yellows ond golds, occenred with Kelley green underscore the worm relorionsnip ornong the customers. nj if 'V . l'i ill , ill ANOTHER GREASY SPOON u.:.--- V 4 ' ' I Qi ,,,L, Y5",ff iw: .v:I7h'5?11 'Vi . 3455115525 !'::'2av.i" wif!-::inE",2?f?.5:?1r7" " f r Y -L I .-,::1,2.f "Wir" ' 6 Fomous for the voriery of courses served, the Rock Cofe is unmorched by ony other eorery in rowng eoch chef odds his own floir, ond every rneol is one-of-o-kind. One thing rhor molses the Rod-2 Cofe Unique, is o roring sysrem in which the chefsjudge rhe cusromers. On o scole of A-F, cusromers ore evoluored on good rosre, roble monners, ond sociol groces. OFFERING A MENU CDF TANTALIZING CCDURSES CLASS ENTERTAINMENT 1 fx T 'TT ' ! x T ., .1 ,xr X .I E ff DQ Q 1. , 1 5 4 FINATT-55 T X ff ",f 51 Q,-T .I Q -V,,JdH AND BIG-NAME ACTS f A clossyjoinr ond hor enrerroinment spor? You ber! Corch the floor show featuring rock ond roil, ofhlerics, ddncing ond mororcodes . . . specroror por riciporion is encouraged. W No morrer whor your sryle, you con be sure you will fir in or the Rock Cofe. There ore mony different people weoring oll sryles of clorhes. Everyone is oc- cepred grociously whether rhey ore weoring old, torn Levis ond o sweorshirr or o bow rie wirh boggy wool ponrs. C up BLACK TIE I2 48- Nm, llllli " 'T W up t 3? ' X ' - . fi Q- ,, , S: -, Z i A 7',.?' ,,h' - 'xi i . - .Q, A Mi CDPTIONAL 2 f -.... 5 " 1,4 y y ,,..... L Convenienrly Iocored in the middle of Voshon lsiond, the Rods Cofe isjusr o short wolls or ous ride from beouriful beoches, scenic foresrs, ond rnognifi- cenr flower gordens. When the sun sets behind snow copped peolss, fine dining ond good conversorion obound. wfa,2??'57?: X 8 iff M' 1 f rages ggi ii gk Wmfwiiiw My 4535 r , W Q 'Ni' NM . ri , i 'i i'wii.Wf---:ri . ' sr iff mfg-,i ri. W wi ri. . , M r ' --S ' will. surf? 09352, 31 An, wifi i if - ' ' , , ,,,. .,, 4 4, , , AZ. ENJCDY THE VIEW my 'P ' Q wi Y -v u ' I ,. A. j ., ,Q gl .F ? if 1 2 I FROM ourx VERANDAH -I-I-H+ 'NZ .mc , , Ki 5, 'g - ,fc s . x -WN. . L.,., ,IL , ,, . . .Jusr sorisfied customers. In focr some of the "regulars" hove been wirh us for yeors. For newcomers unocquoinred with Cofe stondords, we hove our "bouncer" ro en- force rhe policies. vf X. , cf'- l N0 BUCKS, NO ,cc,c W N?-'Ti' M . PENCILS, N0 SERVICE :IQ Roin, snow, or shine, the Rock Cofe opens its door one hundred ond eighty doys o yedr. Serving os mony os five hundred customers per doy, the stoff does their best to cope with the demonds of voried clientele. OPEN FIVE DAYS A WEEK 1 '1 :Wie xii? if 1+ 'it i , ff f Kff Al' Bock Row, Left to Right: Joyce Gibbons, Duone Smith. Middle Row, Left to Right: Gerry Thompson, Skip Green, Michelle Rotigon, Louise Konkel, Mick Guglomo, Lyle Doniel, Bud Snozo, Joel Wolters, Gory Newbill. Front Row, Left to Right: Jon Perry, Bill Burby, Tim Roller, Ann Irish, Bill Ferris, Peggy Nelson, John Green, Mortho Woodord, Doug Kloke. W? ls it possible for the foculty to ogree on things? Anyone who hos ever witnessed o VHS stoff meeting would wonder. But one thing they ogree on - the best educotion possible for their students. Thot meons hours of homework, tough tests ond long lectures. These things will be remembered most obout teochers . . . until one doy the imoge of o teocher toking time out of their busy schedule to ex- ploin o subject in greoter detoil. Or remember the doy when everything seemed to be going wrong ond o teocher hod on extro smile of their own to help cover up your frown. When the time is token to look bock, eoch of these moments will be cherished. MORNINGS START EARLY AT THE nocx CAFE . . . Once ogoin your olorm clock clicks on ro KPLZ ond your eors perk upto heor The voices, of "Tears for Fears" ploying. You reolize Thor This meons ir's time ro drog yourself our of your cozy, worm bed ro prepore for onorher fun-filled doy of learning. 'H .Q . it xr S4 sexing C I E 31. .s N i 4 1? . n .vw Hg BE 1. Mr. Bruce takes a seat to exploln Realism. 2. Diane and Chrls Browne dlscuss- ing homework. 3. Mrs. Cote greets you with a friendly smile. 4. Mr. Brozlll golng over a problem for his students. 5. Mr. Bruce tries to get a maln point across to Scott Llng. 6. Mr. Burby talking with hls class. 7. You look susplclous Diane? 8. What can Mr. Burby say? Hls tle says It all. 9. Mr. Brazlll checks over a students test. 10. Mr. Calder stands aslde to watch Daron Buxton. est SNR. X S I I l , -felis . Ss. Nf?lsXf 4 A -13 Diane Adkison Resource Room Russ Brozlll Adv. Alg., Hon. Geo., Calculus, Track Coach Bob Bruce Soph. Eng., Jr. Eng. A., AP Eng., Creat. Wrltlng BIII Burby W. Tralnlng, U.S. History, Health, X-Country Coach Mike Colder 151 Tiiv lronworklng 'lk-fr' .- Ellen Cote Career Center Aide 4:15. THE COOKS ARE PREPARING FOR ANCDTHER BIG DAY Every morning, sometimes as early as 7:00, teachers congregate in the faculty room to chug down coffee while trading yesterday's news and preparing for another invigorating day. 'M , -s 9 5 X ., , s xfff..?'f3-ifmiis 3- X'-.A 'wt NSN Judy Dohm Acc., Comp., Typing, Bus. Law Jlm Dorsey Eng. Skills, Speech Debate, US Forelgn Pol. TV Scripts, Geog., Racq. Sports, Drama Club Donna Doyle Library Aide Bill Ferris Jr. Eng. A 6 B, Hon. Fresh. Eng., Sr. Eng. B 20 -554 1. John Green and man's best friend. 2. One of Shirley Ferris's favorite pastimes is teaching. 3. Judy Dohm talking computer talk. 4. Joyce Gibbons helping her students. 5. Donna Doyle anticipating' another win for the Seahawks. 6. "Ok class today we're going to work," says Jim Dorsey. 7. Bill Ferris, known as "Wild Bill," relaxing. 8. Susan Garllck and Buffy Gomez say "Halal" 9. John Green taking it easy. 10. John Wald welcomes you to Geometry. Shirley Ferris Susan Garllck Spanish Joyce Gibbons John Green I . Alg., Hon. Soph. Eng., Mentorship Basic Eng., Basic Math, Resource Room Science, Bio., Act. Lead., Football Coach 21 AS THE FIRST COURSE IS SERVED AT 7:45. .. lt's 7140! The fomilior school bell rings, interrupting frontic conversotion ond eorly-morning snoozes. Pencils ond books ore gotheredg lockers slorn ond everyone scurries off to closs. A folder drops - Hurry pick it up! You'll get o detention if you're lote ogoin. The bell rings once more ot 7:45. The lost door - closes, with oll students seoted ond -- reody to sfort their busy doy. fe.: is Q, 34 W4 V l I 1 N' RF Yer 1 , ,, c 8 1. Mr. Skip Green trying to cover up. 2. Mr. Kloke's famous last words, "Well! When you're quiet l'll tell you what l want you to do!" 3. Happy, Loulse? lt's Frldayl 4. Mr. Guglamo coaching Gunter Relmnltz - Dan't forget to breathe! 5. Mrs. lrlsh In the mldst of an afternoon rush. 6. Mr. Guglamo lending a helplng hand. 7. Mr. Kloke ex- plains, "You hold the paper llke thls." 8. Mr. Green and three of hls happy automotlves crew, Teresa Vadnals, Jesse Sanlford, and Dave Clark. 9. Fasterl - Loulse - Faster! aww an f -Q. .. c Wood Shop, Automotlves QMS NWI X l- Mlck Guglamo W 'ST' J P.E., Welght Tralnlng, Drivers' Ed., 'R W ' QW y Wrestllng coach oviljj Dlane Hoffman Resource Toom V, 3'T531'3'Q lfuge Gr 'T' Dr. Ann Irish Government, Algebra Loulse Kunkel School Secretary Doug Kloke Mlnorltles, Soph. Eng., Wa. St. Hlst., Boy's B-ball and Asslst. Football Coach 28 APPETITES FOR LEARNING CCDME ALIVE... fi? After breolsfost ond not quite time for Breok . . . ond olreody your stomoch is sending signols. But ore you reolly hungry? Will food silence the storm in your stomoch? And is 10 minutes long enough to fight your woy through the lunch line for o snock? Or ore you reolly croving educotion? How obout o nice first course of History followed by on en- tree of English with 0 finole of Moth? In the long run, will it be DECA munchies or food for thought thot sticks to the ribs? Wynn Lozon Food Service Phil Mohurln Horticulture Ron Meyer Prlnclpol Peggy Nelson Librorion, Yearbook Advisor "' ' A r , -f 'fll'L"',i' 7:57 we 41 Q KW K 2. 'll r. Q' 5 2 ' l ,,,,, , , ww. , 2! 'frflfS ' -fl . ,. , . fsfgq p l ' -zK',fsfW.w K - :y'..,f,eE,. . . . r ' .. 5355 5, - f, fe 2 4' ' Q, 4 Q ff 'Awami ' 4 'Hn u 1. Our snow-loving superlntendent, Gary Newblll. 2. Ms. Ratlgan just loves to do thls klnd of thlng. 8. Mlllle Nagel and her favorlte vlce- prlnclpal, Bud Snaza. 4. Martha Putnam, explaln- lng the wonders of the Engllsh language. 5. "and what do you want?" 6. Don't worry, Mr. Mahurln, we only lost Break for another week! 7. Be wary of Mrs. Nelson's smlle - It can be deceiv- lng! 8. Jenny Stoddard: Now can l have an A, Mrs. Perry? 9. "Hello glrls . . . l'm your frlendly neighborhood prlnclpal, Mr. Meyers." Gary Newblll School Superintendent Jon Perry Typing, Home Ec., Jr. D.E. Martha Putnam Resource Room- Mlchelle Ratlgan Blo., P.E., Aerobics, Softball, GIrl's B-Ball . AS THE COURSES MOVE ON THROUGHOUT THE DAY... Students Iood up ot their lockers . . . too mony books ond never enough room And the history book you need is on the bottom of the pile, wotch out for folling books from the locker obove. Ah - ond there goes the opple I've been woiting for oll doy - rolling down the holl. umm- . ow- f wwe . Clockwise from: Top Left: Mr. Sears hos such a well-monnered classy Yes, Mr. Rosenberger, you are being watched, Mr. Smith using his teacher outhorityp Terry get- ting ready for registration day, Davey B., Sarah C., ond Poul P., Mr. Roller telling Troy Nebeker the facts, Mr. Shepherd working our the problem. Q , Terry Richards Custodian, Service ond Repair Tim Roller Physics, Science, Chem. BIII Rosenberger Bos. Alg., Alg., Math Boys' Soc- cer Cooch Steve Sears Geo., Moth Anal. David Shepherd Bond, Choir, Bos. Comp. Duane Smith DECA, Jr. D.E. THE HUNGER OF THE CROWD IS FADING AWAY . . . 2:10 opprooches. Doydreoms crowd out teocher's monotone lectures. Thoughts turn toword ofter school: "Do I hove enough gos to get to work?" "Gotta Catch the 2:55." "Uh - Oh - I think I left my high tops under my bed, cooch won't like thot! ' The fomilior bell rings ond these thoughts spring into oction. Marge Smlth Llbrory Alde Bud Snnza Vlce Prlnclpol Pot Stougord Faculty Ald, Girls' Soccer Coach. Cindy Sund Science, Volleyboll Coach A 5 l L '-4 5 Cv 8 Cl 1. Toni Van Matre resting up for another hard day of cleaning up after kids. 2. Gerry Thompson explains the French language. 3. Joel Walters showing students how it's done. 4. Pat Stougard taking a break from coaching soccer. 5. Bud Snaza ln control of everything? 6. Nancy Wallrof, one of our favorite secretaries, always hard at work. 7. Bud Snaza asks himself why he is still here. B. Cindy Sund, our new volleyball coach! 9. Marge Smith, Library helper and bulletin board designer. Gerry Thompson French, English Toni Van Matre Custodian, Service and Repair TW Nancy Wallrof Registrar, Computer Operator of Records Joel Walters Carpentry. Tech Drawing Key Club Advisor. i. 29 AND SO IS THE ROUTINE GF THE ROCK CAFE The doy is long ond hord here ot the Rock Cofe. People roce obout, tolk with friends, ond of course eot! Although the Cofe is only open 6V2 hours o doy, those hours ore ex- tremely busy, it's olwoys rush hour A here. I' ,fi . Nancy Weinstein Monho Williams Monhqwoodord School Counselor Food Service Art, US History Top: Eric Moss ond Andrew Bremner enjoying clossl? Mlddle Left: Mrs. Welnstlen helping Steve Myers ond Toby Holmes. Mlddle Right: Mrs. Williams does her best to serve with o smile. Bottom: Mrs. Woodard studies hord for o big test?! so l 5 3 W qugwl rf' A TCDAST TO THE BEST! Yes, the rumor is trueg ofter 28 yeors of teoching - 24 ot VHS - Mr. Doniel is retiring. lt's hord to think of VHS without Mr. Doniel being o port of the picture. Every trimester he inspires students in such diverse suqects os Jr. English B., Sr. English A., Humonities, World History l ond ll, ond Journolism. Mr. Doniel served in the Novy during World Wor ll, ond wos stotioned moinly in New Guineo. Upon dischorge he went to WWU where he received his Bochelor of Arts degree in Educotion, ond o degree in Sociol Studies. He olso mo- jored in English ot the UW ond eorned his Moster of Arts Degree ot WSU. Generotions hove benefited from Mr. DonieI's endless knowledge ond even found enlightenment in his clossroom. For yeors the senior's hove chosen him to be o speoker ot groduotion, ond the closs of '86 should feel privileged to be the lost one to hove this chonce. Left: When Mr. Doniel tolks, students listen. Bottom Left: Not only is he o great teocher, but he's orgonized too! Bottom Right: Even if you're o teocher, you still get hungry! CLUBS: A A CARTE mx 9 5 ' w E z 23 ,W if E5 : iii ,f,,. , ,,.,, ,S ,L , ,. EEL FQ 2 2 ME EH aww Q gg-g,f,5g4gf.55:3:WE-:E5EE,i,:.:E, jg..-, ..,2:::+,,::,::H.. 4 3 , psgfwssg iw f I F 1 I 3 lx, Below: Brod Cooper, Tereso Buxton, Angie Griffith ond Poul Engels enjoy their time in the snow. Below Right: Activities ond Leodership weigh in their donotions of food. Right: Eriko Rice ond Suzy Lewis enjoy the Christmos holidoy by exchonging gifts. lgg, 1'V1 5 3, . 5 'mdphi Top Row: Mr. Green, Jim Cooper, Nick Rollo, Angie Griffith, Atheno Gon- chorre. Middle Row: Me Robinson, Mike Zuber, Poul En els, Bret Horper, Q 9 Debbie Fisk, Brod Cooper, Kris Thompson. Bottom Row: Suzy Lewis, Eriko Rice, Colleen Pickett, Heother Coughell, Megon Brown, Aimee Aiken. Not Pictured: Tereso Vodnois: ASB Pres., Jennie Setchell. A. -.,, pf , f ,Z , , s r t A it , ,. ,.., ,V la! 'f , i s 1 ,sys-, ,-, ,V .W , 72 , y9W,,w,s,Q, qw yv i Mg W QQWQSA rg f fl ww' TAKING THE LEAD The 1985-86 Activities and Leadership became a very ac- tive class on our campus this year. Activities they organized include the Male Fashion Show, Homecoming Week, Tolo and Spring Spirit Week. Left: Aimee Aiken and Angie Griffith blowing bubbles that they received from Mr. Green. Below Right: John Green put on a red Santa suit, bellowed a few HO- HO-HO's and was as good as the real thing. 'l Left: Nick Rollo struts his stuff in the Male Fashion Show. Above: The activities and Leadership class celebrates the Christmas season. RESPECT FOR 'ML 'eff .gre ACADEMICS After sending out invita- tions to qualifying , Sophomores each Fall, Honor Society expands and once again becomes one of our schooI's most active clubs. lf there was no Honor Society, there would be no Kudos and Kakes, no flowergrams, and most of all, no way of recognizing those students who do well in academic sutjects. One member's thought about the club - "The communi- ty feeling of Honor Society sets the basis for hard work in academics and in life." 'A -W" -if A V. This Page: Top Right: H. Johnson, A. Dawdy and T. Gray can't seem tof wait for Christmas! Top Left: Busy sorting flowergrams for Homecoming are M. Brown and A. Griffith. Right: N. Gribneau and A. Tokar selling a flowergrom to that last-minute shopper. Above: Bock Row: A. Tokar, P. Beeson, A. iles, B. Kirschner, R. Lynch, J. Wald, C. Watters, J. Jones, A. Dawdy. Middle: A. Halsey, M. Blomgren, N. Gribneau, J. Minier, C. Pickett, H. Coughell, K. Anderson. Front: T. Gray, C. Braithwaite, M. Nyberg, S. Seoth, C. Buckland. Not Pictured: Pres. H. Johnson. I' E .J 1 f , f A - , l75 . ff 3 . i 4 .-"""' , , vi...t!2- ww E 4 fy 1- WSV' f A ve.. - This Page: Top Left: Club vice-president E. Muggenthaler draws the winning turkey raffle ticket. Above: M. Lange taking minutes at a late night meeting. Top Right: Back: B. Garland, R. Hook, W. Blair, M. Lange, C. Pierce, M. Shultz, J. Harris, E. Muggenrholer, H. Kostes, H. Mattocks. Front: G. Hunter, P. Barrera, Mrs. Woodord. APPRECIATION FCR FINE ART aff' bv Rx '-err-' ""' x l vi. The Henry Art Gallery, was one place visited by this year's art club to see the political demonstration called the "NO" Show. To raise money for such trips, Art Club had a bake sale and a turkey raffle. When Art Club is not visiting galleries, club advisor, Mrs. Woodard, gives lectures on different eras and types of architecture and fine art when they meet every Tuesday after school. Why do you enjoy music? Some of the more musicolly inclined ot V.H.S. cite the opportunity to trovel ond meet new people os the reoson they join bond. Others comment thot it is chollenging, fun, ond exciting. People like music becouse, it mokes them feel good obout themselves, they hove o chonce to leorn something, ond sometimes they cotch o glimpse of o reloxed Mr. Sheperd. Some soy thot opening nightjitters ond the first TOUI' Ore O Ql'eOf eXpel'lef1Ce. Below Left: Choir Members, At Piano: Betty Rogers, Troy Neifort, Dovid Shepord. Behind Piano: Rod Chovory, Kristine Porker, Amy Griswold, Kelly Derrig, Mr. Shepord Below Right: Remember, don't puff those cheeks! Right Brett Horper in the spotlight Bond: Bottom: S. Nottinghom, M. Woodmon, N. Beeson, K. Von Deusen, B. Kirschner, E. Silbermon, J. Minier, K. DeYoung, A. Holsey, K. Solondros. Middle: T. Holmes, J. Spencer, B. Meyer, N1 Murto, P. Beeson, J. Murono, K. Rose, S. Hort, R. Potrick. Top: M. Shepord, S. Forwell, M.Lipp, A. Tokor, D. Mor- rison, Ihornos, E. Anderson, M. Mc- Connfj. Newf, P. Groy, B. Neol. Bock: Mr. Shepord, R. Roso. MUSIC, I-IHS A CHALLENG D mony instruments he con ploy. Left: S. Noftinghom, M. Woodmon, N. Beeson, K. VonDeusen, B. Kirschner. ,A 'QW' Lf x 'V 'Z 3, mwmmi .E-.ie-W - I gl 'S k',, 15 f wi A ff V . T ,,- . if ai s XL Af,,, ,f . A ff Mk, 1 M A2351 f ,A Q is . fi X x .Egg ks ,W -f K s is -s g 4 x - . is J k ga mf if 'fi' X 2 Y -Sv' 'Wi XA w ix ns Above: Future orchestro players, Knstln DeYoung, Jenny Mrnler. Left. K. Dovis ond T. Gonchorre enter toin ot honors porty. Right: E. Anderson, D. Thomos, ond M. McConn. r MORE THAN Just ANDY srorxiz S 4 ,aft D.E.C.A. Distributive Educotion Clubs of Americo. Even though most students think of D.E.C.A. os the school'sjunk food store ond even though throngs of students flock there every doy to buy hordes of Snickers, Cheetos, Corn Nuts, cookies, condy, ond pop, this closs is serious. Operoted by students, it wos designed to teoch business monogement. D.E.C.A. hos been very successful: they sponsor fund roisers for such items os o new scoreboord Qsee next pogej ond Senior Porties. Perhops the most memoroble event D.E.C.A. sponsors eoch yeor is the Christmos Elf Drive. Weor- ing jingle bells ond boxer shorts, the elves spreod cheer, condy cones, ond deliver students to Mr. ond Mrs. Clous for Christmos kisses. Selling chocolote Son- tos, omong rnony other things, isjust one of the mony woys D.E.C.A. reoches out to oll students or V.H.S. S Above: Even the secrotories believe in Sonto. Left to Right: Pot Stougord, Corrie Proffitt, Louise Konkel, Morgon Snyder, ond Noncy Wollrof. Above Right: Gini Broncheou, Warren Endlich, ond Christy Fredenberg workin' hord. Opposite: Sonto CMorgon Snyderj ond his fovorite bodyguord, Jenny Stoddard. , in iei?::::,:, .- 5 11 . A S d, -f. , d rl" 3" sv ull' x i . This Page: Clockwise From Top: Q13 Carrie Proffitt and a future DECA member? C25 Among the many activities this year, DECA sold pompoms for a new scoreboard. CSD The Class of '66: Clockwise From Left: Talin Adkin- son, Gini Broncheau, Carrie Proffitt, Carey Rosenow, Brian Anderson,- Chris Urban, Pat Marlatt, Chris Beall, Duane Smith, Warren Endlich, Brenda Stuart, and Ric Ackerman. Top: Darin Gray, Ken Sudduth, Richard Matrisciano, Eric Moss, Tad Denend, Mike More. Bot- tom: John Harzco, Corrina Coblentz, and Bob Kneeland. Not Pictured: Lana Hardman, Christy Fredenberg. Q45 In Dewey's opinion, "All women are goofy!" C55 Heather Hill takin' a break. 42 . ,f J ff XX 1+ is Q7 C7 N 'T' pf A it k A1 x F5 X35' ff Xp' Cf' -1 .Eff ' I., ff 52 T75 mga fat csjw gpm Nj. ' , 4 XJ' ' X -XJ X .AX V' XQQZJ 522 - 0 W x NV f .J .J X' LN In fi ,cr Q if di f ei . . hggv , fs- ,V Y , if , .x i ig .Q 0 WV U , it lf MD vig v A ex. XX N , , T M A-5 f Nw f A fx' T J J XE! 7' KF ff X p f N 69x M. Jackson, B. Hart, D. Richardson, J. Kimmal, fwf xx g Wy T. Van Merer,,B. Hart, P. Mahuran, P. Wallace, g ' ' T W C 0' Te D. Snyder. V ' K ,cufffv .izH.s. HUR1'lLLf'Ll'L'Kb qflofflil DEPARTMENT NEVER ANY GREENER! The humidity envelopes you, upon entering the horticulture building, the muggy atmosphere and the colors mix to give the feeling of a tropical wonderland. The vivid pinks, and jungle greens all paint anunforgetable picture. The tulips, Daffodils, and Amaryllis never have captured so much attention. This year has been truly productive. Academic courses don't pay off with such satisfying results as the Hort. Students see. They get to observe their hard work grow and bloom. Top: Genny Ameling, Paola Lawing "the final draft never looked better." Below: Pam Wallace, Darcy Snyder, Bob Hart, Ted Richardson "Flowers passed down from season to season." Bottom Right: Marcene Jackson, Steve Otsuka, "Growing green lush life." Top: Tami Allman, Jennifer Jarvis "Welcome to the land of proofreading." Bottom: Julie Zellerhoff, Val Lampe "The never ending paper mound." HOT CLAM STRIPS! Klick, Bing! Typewriters beat out a steady rhythm as Clam staffers hustle around their overcrowded rooms. lt's deadline at the Clam and it's always a rush - though veteran odvisor Mr. Daniels has seen the paper through 13 years of publication. . Under his guidance, the would-be journalists learn the fun- damentals of reporting, editing, layout design, proofreading and ad sales. In fact the ad sales have brought them far. The Clam is one of the only school papers which supports itself fully. ' We are sad to say that this will be Mr. Daniel's final year and the whole staff knows he will be sorely missed. G. Ameling, C. Elston, Janci Chunn, L. Duntley, P. Wallace, D. Snyder, 5. Hart, P. Lawing, M. Muggenthaler, B. Fosmark, M. Blomgrin, S. Seth, S. Nottingham, H. Hill, V. Lampe, H. Johnson, L. Hackling, R. Kernell, J. Zellerhof, R. Chavary, S. Chason, T. Buxton, K. Mundy, A. Aiken, T. Allman, J. Jarvis. BEHIND THE SCENES AT THE ROCK Dromo, Speech ond Debote -three octivities which toke some of the some quolities: creotivity, determinotion, ond tolent. The Dromo Club, revived this yeor, is o product of Chor, Broithewoite's desire to unite oll the kids she knew were involved in dromo outside of school. The club holds monthly potlucks ond ployreodings os well os critiquing ploys in Seottle. The Speech ond Debote teoms ore fovorites for people who like to creote ond present ideos to on ou- dience. Long hours of reheorsing ond perfecting presentotions leod to the excitement ond tension of o speech ond debote tour- noment. You'lI find o wide voriety of'people ot these events. You've got wonno-be's ond future cor- porotion heods competing on on equol level. This club develops the skills needed for public speech ond pro- vides on otmosphere for in- dividuol creotivity. From Left to Right: P. Wolloce, P. Lowing, A. Holsey, W. Bloir, C. Brorthewoithe P Smith Buls C Rusk S Holt G Ameling S Hort A Tome: S Ko K Dovrs Not Pictured J Lopez K Monning M Longe WW fbffiw ,, M'--me xs- ribbneau D Jarvis S Luhr J Samford R Hayes M Counterclockwise From Top Left: "Meetings aren't all hard work."," Char Braithewaite, A. Tomei and W. Blair con- template big plans."p "M. Chasan and J. Whitney ponder water quality in the U.S."g "A. Halsey relates an English love story."," Take it away. . . DevonJ.l!" m Leh to Right: B. White, A. Belleveau, A. McMasters, J ' , . ' , . , . ' , . 1 - J . . san, J. Whitney, M. Lange, P. Smith-Buls. P. Martin, A sey, W. Blair, C. Hall, S. Purdom, B. Weinstein, D. epherd. im- if INTER , Q NATICDNAL APPEAL Sponish Club: Front: B. Gorret, M Zuber, K. Knutson, S. Motsudo, K Von Deusen, A. Holsey, M. McConn P. Johonnessen. Middle: E. Mocoplo J. Meyers, D. Webster, D. Snyder, A Tokor, Mrs. Gorlic. Top: M. Jocobs G.Visconty, J. Kimmel, B. Hon, S Homlow, G. Hunter, T. Rodke, G Homlow, B. Hort, E. Anderson, T Holmes, J. Murono w-WWQM. If 1 .-+1 I .Q wx sig Wil' Whot do pinotos, limbo donces ond croissonts hove to do with leorning o longuoge? Quite o bit if you're considering the lives ond cultures of the French ond Sponish. To get the feeling of Poris, Mrs. Thomp- son converted her clossroom into o street cofe while Mrs. Gorlic blindfolds unsuspecting students ond oims them ot o pinoto. For the dedicoted club members there ore trips to Mexico ond FrenchComp. Ole! . . . or wos thot Au Loit? Q , U NAVIDAL Counterclockwisez M. Neiberg osks J. Wold, "QueI vous voudrois?"g G. Visconty keep- ing wormp C. Braithwoite ond J. Miner serve A. McMostersp Melonie McConn cheers on B. Bryce: M. Robinson under the limbo stick: C. Wiley olso under the limbo stick. DANCES T0 SANTASg THE KEY GQES GN You heord it in the bulletin ond you heord it in the holls "Join Key Club." So you did. You could live with the sociol emborrossment of o public welcome . . . You could fit right into the Ioid-bock spirit of the evening meetings. But you didn't know it wos going to be so much work . . . Work? Thot's right. There were morothons before prom night. Key Clubbers cleored the commons ond unstrung streomers to drope them ocross the room. Red eyes ond tired bodies didn't stop them. They tronsformed the commons from on everydoy Iunchroom to o horvest field born donce. The Homecoming Donce wosn't the lost of Key Club's octivities. Senior Citizen's dinners ond Sonto Clous photos helped roise money to send Key Clubbers to Convention. At Convention, Woshington Stote Key Clubbers get together to relote oll their products they work- ed on during the yeor. With the dedicotion of two very importont odvisorsp teocher Mr. Wolters, Kiwonis Rep. Joe Boyd ond the hord work of the students, Key Club will continue to be successful. Counterclockwise From Top: Group Photo: Top to Bottom, Left to Right: B. Cooper, J. ' Setchell, J. Polmer, C. Homlow, Advisor J. Wolters, P.. Singer, K. Thompson, H. Rice, S. Ono, B. Squiers, J. Honnoh, B. Peters, K. Rollo, K. Mundy, A. Kosir, R. Singer ond his elves, Scrub those cors hord A. Griffith ond J. Honnoh, Couples donce with "The Look' in decoroted surroundings, Key Club olds Unicef in Pennies for People Projectg Get thot cor cleon H. Rice, Discussing plons for onother project while Advisor Wolters supervises. il Ns. s 4? Reddy to serve you the very best! lieft to Right, Front Row: Jenny Provo, Joe Wold, Corey Rosenow, Kim Rollo, Deeter Mortin, Aimee Aiken. Second Row: Becky Fosmork, Julie Schubert, Jenny Honnoh, Jockie Boder, Kotie Hollister, Amy Kosir, Michelle Bennet, Sheilo Motsudo, Mrs. Nelson Codvisorj. Third Row: Corlo Fuller, Jenny Niedermoir, Hollie Aldrich, Wendy Bloir, Jim Whitney, Jenny Setchel. Not Pic- tured: Troy Nebeker, Jill Knopper. Photographers: Aoron Siegrist, Mork Tonkin, Jenny Corstoirs, Adrian Kershow, Chorlene Broithwoite. Top Left: J. Provo ond D. Mortin intently listening to sug- gestive ideos from the stoff. Right: A. Siegrist working with M. Tonkin in the indispen- soble dorkroom. WE MAKE IT MORE THAN JUST MEMORIES -5500 PM, l've maderit home from work. only to facetaxes and phone calls. My apartment is a mess: l realizethe full extent of living on my own, Isit downto relax andmygmind drifts back to when my only .worry was unfinished homework. .While shuffling through a stack of books' l A come T to f "The Rock Cafe" 85-86. T A flood of memories came to see me as' l flip through the well-worn pages that have captured our lives on paper. l' find the important fads,,fashions, and news events of the time. u 3 J ' J J J s T T T. J l When fthefannual staff puttogethery considered it a "walk down memory lanegf' ln spite of all the frenzysleadingta deadlines and petty argumentst the rewards shine through. l feel we succeeded in making this on enjoyable"'memory book." E J Top Right: J. Schubert leafing through piles of picture proofs. Bottom Left: M. Bennet and J. Hannah slaving over the final draft. Bottom Right: Editor A. Kosir discussing layout form with D. Martin. 5 5 X! 'X ' 5 M... Q85 Pts AND GREEN fcaoio On the first doy of Homecoming week everybody showed their school spirit by dressing up in green ond gold. But, Tuesdoy wos o different storyg everyone forgot to get dressed ofter they got out of bed. We sow everything from bothrobes, long- johns ond slippers tojust boxers ond o t-shirt on pojomo doy. Then everybody broved the cold ond wotched the Juniors eot up o poor Senior defense for o 21-6 victory in the Powderpuff finol. N. Nahwwgmm Wmwum ' M' "'Z I A M -9 44 54 l AWAKENS SCHCDOL SPIRIT ,lg Clockwise From Top Left: Colleen Rogers shows off her morning foce on pojomo doy, Colleen Pickett dresses oppropriotely for pojomo doy to help her closs eorn o few more points, Senior Jenny Youngblood bowls up the middle for o short goin in the chompionship gomeg Kyle Buxton shows us his "other side" on po- jomo doy. Trocy Boron, Brion Anderson, Bret Horper, Chris Wiley, Pot Morlott, Terry Gonchorre, Doug Hoffmon, Troy Nebeker ond Joe Wold copture their lost Homecom- ing with o Senior group photo, After o sizeoble goin by Senior toilbock Kori Rice, Romono Kolling strips her of the bollp Amy Kosir, Deeter Mortin ond Megan Brown dore the cold in their pojomos to cheer the Juniors to victory, Joe Wold, Chorlie Holt ond Troy Nebeker show their closs spirit in o different woy, Brendo Stewort cuts upfield for o short goin in the Powderpuff Chom- pionship gome. Right: The hord work of thejuniors show through in their winning floor. Below: Dione Snyder, Loro Lee, Colleen Pickett, Megon Robinson, ond Heother Coughill oll help Megon pose her poodle skirt. Above: Joson Hendrix determined to become Rombo III. Right: Volerie Lompe on fifties doy. MISFITS AND PCDGDLES John Sporks, Bret Horper, Robert Kernell, Korl Rice, Krlstln Dovls, Terry Gonchorre, Rod Chovorry, Chris Wiley. W5 ,QE Qi My P Wednesdoy brought out the scummy side of Voshon students. Derelicts ond misfits roomed the holls. The mood switched next doy when o fifties i Above: Kothy Spalding mokes It to school In o new foshlon. Above Right: The Portholes Ilve. mood prevoiled . . . poodle skirts ond letter sweoters. Homecoming Royolty: Angie Griffith, Richord Singer, Jenny Corstoirs, Bill Gorrot, Joe Wold, Jon Chollmon, Wendy Bloir, Kristin Dovis, Bret Horper ond Not Pictured: Pom Wolloce. Right: Phoebe Johonoson picks up o point or two by dressing up cowboy style on western doy. ' Above: Angle Griffith ond Tomi Almon bottle feed Richord Singer for the closs competition. Above Right: Tom Wright odd's o little mex- icon style to Western Doy. Right: Colin Pierce shows us thot Clint Eastwood is not the only big bod cowboy oround. For Right: Pot Groy and Jomes Spencer show off their "cowboy" side. RCDYALTY GOES WESTERN The trodition continues os our Royolty tokes their ploce in the limelight. Western styling odds o little different pizzozz to the formolity of our Homecoming post. Our own Cowboys fthe mighty Pirote Footboll Teomj went on to scolp the Port Town- send Redskins for o Homecoming victory. , K "'-uc... all MMWWEW Left: Pom Wolloce shows us her reoctlon to being crowned Senior Homecoming Princess. Above Left: Bret Horper ond Kristen Dovls embroce ofter being crown- ed Senior King ond Queen. Above: Sophomore Princess Jenny Corstoirs bottle-feeds her prince Bill Gorrot during Frldoy's pep rolly. M Right: 1965 olumnoe students shore their personol experiences in college. Directly Below: Seniors ond Juniors gother in the librory ond listen to on in- formative discussion presented by 1985 olumnoe students. Below Left: Lono Hordmon ond Joe Wold willingly shore their onswers. Below Right: Knowledge Bowl in session. Left: Top to Bottom: Jeff Abromoff, Emily Muggentholer, Richord Hoyes, Jomes Horris, Dovid Shepherd. Right: Top to Bottom: Mr. Doniels, Joe Murono, Steve Myers, Mortho Longe, Mike Shultz, Toby Holmes. 'wiki we ""--ii 5 V in CQN ACADEMICS During the 1985-86 school yeor, there was a greater effort to emphasize academics at Vashon High School. Several students chose to take more than four academic classes due to the com- petition of college admittance. For the first time, the faculty held a party for those who mode the honor roll. The aim was to recognize not only those involved in sports, but those who work- ed and succeeded in academic excellence. The Career Center more actively promoted scholarship and financial aid workshops which have been extremely helpful to college-bound Seniors. S ,, 5 it 'ajft 'We'-.H Nw a "lf H .ff 'i71l"lM ,fwfr Left: Charlene Braithwaite, one of many, receives an honor oword certificate from Mr. Meyer. Below Left: Students indulge in the refreshments served qt the honor roll party. fSteve Purden, Patrick Gray, Trevor Bennett, Brian Meyerj Below: Darcy Snyder ond Leo Duntley enjoy learning together. Top Picture: R. Ackerman stocking the shelves at Vashon Pharmacy. Clockwise From Left: Thriftway's bag lady L. Duntleyp S. Carty and T. Wright show their support for the school levy: Eat your heart out from M. Jacobs and J. Simonsonp T. Vadnais baking is her specialty: A. Griffith working her beans off at The Little Housep J. Marsh satisfies his hungry customers: lf you didn't catch it at the movie theater you can be sure to find it at Vashon Video where T. Bux- ton would be more than happy to help you. viii: 1 9,1 at ui fi"E2tNlglliskili3hl1Tilg3ll! 5 1 T. i l Kia i E, X a.JfTs-LA Usww. fx l'aplr ..,, .., T5 , I l x W' 'J' A -mis ,, :f2.,l.l " - - -' . 1 31i3'!f!g-ggefwfi'-fi Q 'V ' . ..t,...s.... mx- . y A ,iff sw' ,. V WORKING FOR THE WEEKEND v 5 l 'Q' ' Vnkbg 3 sw Did you ever wonder whot hoppens to oll your schoolmotes otter the clock strikes 2:2O? How they con splurge to go shopping every weekend? How they con offord Christmos presents for oll their friends? The onswer is o port-time job. Some students spend their out-of-school hours in extro- curriculor octivities like sports, clubs, or just honging out. Others go out ond tockle the grown up world of working. The businesses on Voshon hove o unique coring for the V.H.S. students, giving them o chonce for opportunity ond discovery. WCJRLD-WIDE HEADLINE ral ' --il-1 1 V 2, Q f 'fi-xi 3 , -1 wr 5 Top: William "The Refrigerator" Perry poses with the appropriate appliance after he and the Chicago Bears went 16-1 and handily won the Super Bowl 44-10 making New England look like a high school team. Bottom: Pete Rose poses with baseball's immortal Ty Cobb after collecting his 4,193rd hit to surpass Cobb's 56 year record. We lite The Ghllllrell The NcwYWve of Sympathy and Aid May Come T00 Late to Save Africa's Lost Generation Q f V y 5, - F ll C ' Qi 'Wifi ' H. 1 'ii .Q '. 'i - ,H I, V. H fi, -gt : :L Q ,g is , . ffkjktx mf -R t -sr' A Y QW , 7 21.-lj' 2 1" . A fm ' df- . -'G -4. , , If , ' 5 't '-E12 is , h f ' 15, ' W ' Z QV ,, ' fi' ., '.. .fi L33 Q " ll! if? 1. -1. W A A zinufstnswe A , Ameriufs Great Movies Kokollltehriilnlls Cuptivuted by Kittens Thu! Fabulous Might: V -'-' 1 V, L TeenProms'8S mt me-s K7 w H ' V Top: With millions of dollars worth of grain sitting on the African docks, thousands of people died because they live an average of three miles from any public road. Bottom: AIDS was a big issue the past year, especially after Hollywood star Rock Hudson died from the deadly disease. '1 Top: Seventy-three seconds after take- off, the space shuttle Challenger ex- ploded killing all 7 astronauts aboard. Middle: A 24 hour rainstorm demolished many roads and created washouts all over Vashon including this one by the Tramp Harbor fishing pier. Bottom: Vashon made many newspapers, radio stations and even the channel 7 news when Senior Carey Rosenow joined the wrestling team. Here she is pictured pinning her Charles Wright opponent. MAKERS OF 1985-86 . ...,. , ' Q: K . G 'Q Y A E' """'f A .- saw- --r-fr-:M ---ff'-1'-cf A Q 5- - f . ,--: m y .Q - - ., .LQ2'w mtz5i93g2'y ifif ,:1' . g 1:-.-:A ., .fi . .. S VICEROY if "2 it 'ii U ww My Q, X, . M .N A .N F ' t . 1 ' . ' ...- g j or --"' c' s 4339 ' T Top: Terrorists blew up a TWA plone after officials refused to meet their demands. Middle: Two American ambassadors to France lie dead after a terrorist bomb exploded at the cafe at which they were dining. Bottom: A terrorist, with an unrevealing bag over his head, shouted out his demands to authorities. -i Top: A major quake in Mexico demolish- ed this and many other buildings in Mexico City causing over 2000 deaths. Bottom: A child is carried to safety after a volcano erupted in Columbia killing over 5000 people. 1 x Top: A group of music stars produced a record and a video to help raise millions for Africa's starving people. Bottom: A surprising November snowstorm blanketed Vashon under six inches of snow. 1986 started off with a bang, but it was a very disastrous one. A little minute after lift-off, the Space Shuttle Challenger was torn apart by a tremendous explosion that kill- ed everyone aboard, including Christy McAuliffe, the first civilian astronaut in space. This disaster finalized the 1985-86 year, a year filled with many huge tragedies. Earthquakes, floods, hurricanes and volcano eruptions hit many coun- tries all over the world. News on the 'Rock' was really up this year. Over half of the town businesses and all of the public schools were broken into and either robbed or ransacked. Ex- tremely heavy snow and rainfall surprised many islanders. THE ESSENTIALS TO SURVIVAL Everydoy survivol ot Voshon High depends on four necessities: food, foshion, wheels, ond o home owoy from home Cyour Iockerj. When combined these molse up Voshons own inside imoge of the people. Some eot out ot the shock ond some toke o trip to DECA for theirjoIly's. But when it comes to beveroges there's olwoys o toste test. When it comes to toste, the foshions chonge os in the trodi- tionol look of Levi's to the more creotive mod style of todoy. When the doy comes to on end you find your freedom behind the wheel. -i fi, .47 ann-J 'SSAMW 92-...M Block leotherjockets, disco donc- ing, mo-howks ond pointed eors. Do these reminders trigger your memory? Well in this doy ond oge the only ploce you'll find the leother from Fonzie's jocket is oround Nlodonno's hips. While Mr. T is put- ting on his choins ond eorrings, Hulk Hogon is ripping off his shirt. The Storship Enterprise is quite 0 ship, but let's see them try to beom up John Rombo! E5 THUMBS UP, THUMBS DCDWN A LOOK AT WHAT'S HCT AND Hurry up with your homework it's olmost time! Grob your sodo ond the bowl of popcorn, The clock strikes 8:00, you sprint to the tube to wotch the Iotest prime-time flick! Sh-h-h be quiet - if your miss something you'll be out of the discussion ot school! Does this sound fomilior to you? Though the shows hove chonged in mony woys, the 7:59 rush remoins the some. CMI 8 N833 i KN MBE!! Thirty-three olbums, forty-five singles ond cossette soundtrocks ore oll greot for sound. But once you heor your fovorite song on o compoct disc you'll never go bock. T . 5 '- , ' I J A 1. Q ff . T' lrss , A - .,c. ,-,.1 1 ,, N, if '22 jgifrfi . X V, f , ..,. 'sy . j jvw. ' .,. N' L , : ' ,..,, V , "' ' it 8, fr NJ' N X N ' ,,,cc y N Q .crtil 1 ' 1 Q wr .4 . . A A . X p i2r..,, "', K , WHATS NOT President Corter wos voted out of office in 1981. With him went on economicol ond sociol feeling of despoir. But todoy with President Reogon, seldom will you find o gloomy foce in the crowd. At Top: Mr. Burby with his colleoges, At Bottom: Our foces of todoy: Mike Jocobs, Julie Krojocic, Jennifer Meyers, Andreo Tomei, Joson Hen- dryx, Mr. Seors, Dovid Webster, Suzzie Nottinghom, Kim Rose, Jomes Horris, ond Mory Lund. We Conversotions thot reflect the newest slong of our generotion. At Top: Jim Polmer, Potti l3renno, Mory Blomgren, ond Scott Homlow with the up-beot words. Below: Jim Polmer, Potti Brenno, Mory Blomgren ond Scott Homlow with the down-beot words. , .M..,1 is Naggiggs ,530 SQ. f?ml-"Sf wfiha ,f xwgfbbigqpua it stswesgmfcl , , it ,,,, 4, Home from school you whip off your stirrup ponts, your peorls ond loce scorf-time to get comfortoble! You dig to the bocl-1 of your closet, grob your checkered vons ond, your poir of Normondy Rose jeons - things you normolly wouldn't be cought deod in! LIFE BEGINS AT 2:20 xl,-. .. , 31555 7 f.'- ' 17.7 4 fg , .9 .ff W 2: If ' fx RS :Q .- ,., ., M, W-, if f vw :Wg W UPS!! SUB A is fx g Q we ML iw RLD OF OU f C NES iii how to moke their own fun. They spend their time with friends usuolly ot the good 'ol DQ, movie theoter, BA porl-:ing lot or crusin' town. We moke our own fun ot Voshon. And if you ore tired of the islond, you con toke o short ferry ride over town. I" Q . , 4 .M .M , . , W, ,M - . i'Q?39W,:4f"V-'E'SC'5f?3M4x?m3: 'f--5 Tf:vxEh1fZSf7"' 'f-2. Wm, A -f J-f...w . , f , PRoMorED to MAITRE D 5 Although we hove not hod the usuol conventionol interests, our senior closs hos mode it through on exciting A yeors. We ore individuols, olwoys reody for recreotion ond reloxotion! Our most outstonding occomplishments ore the friendships we hove formed. We'Il leove this school in o close knit, fomily- style otmosphere. We hove spent 4 yeors creoting ond strengthening the bonds between us ond the memories thot surround us. These ties will stoy with us for o lifetime. Senior Closs Officers: Robert Kernell, Vice- Presidentg Leno Hoclseling, Secretoryg Adrion Kershow, Representotives Bret L. Horper, Co- Presidentg ond Colby Hoven, Co-President, -,ti-'gy V ,-3 if H ill img , jun- M. ic,, W JEFF ABRAMOFF The inls of scholors is more socred thon the blood of Mortyrs. THEODORE DAVID ALTON lf money isn't everything, why does everything tolse money? 'yn' I UMM , .34 :A ' ' ' - gs A f ' "A, 2 RIC ACKERMAN You come into this world olone you leove clone, everything olong the woy is o gift. BRIAN B. ANDERSON Boseboll ployers do it with boils. ,f l .,.. .sf-+....... TALIN ADKISON I seorch for the truth . . . I will die upon the tooth but the thrill of just the chose is worth the poin. TRACY RAY BARON Enjoy it in moderotion. - Ron Bocordi - fx CHRISTOPHER BEALL lt's not illegol until you get coughtl PATRICIA RENEE BRENNO Hurt is o port of life, without it you couIdn't live fully. VIRGINIA G. BRONCHEAU Just when you moke your woy home I find sometime to be olone. I go to see the ploce once more, just like o thousond nights before when the smoke is going down. - Scorpions - STEVE BROWN SEAN BURNS We'II know for the first time if we're evil or divine we're the lost in line. DARON BUXTON I wos oll by myself in o greot world thought l'd seen it oll then ctlong comes o womon, o fontosy then I took o foil. - Triumph - LOGAN CALDER Do it right the first time. There's no room for mistokes. You toke it how it comes, ond thot'sjust the breoks. Then he looked ot me ond soid . . . "And thot, kid, is life." JOHN DAVID CARLIN Dolten minh GRT! ' SEAN MICHAEL CARTY "Nothing is difficult for the brove ond the foithfuI." .1 evc,.- if-spa. lt, 'Q QEYEHK Y X I iEw3?1'f3..-Qffz ,kip QSQ, c- 9 -3. ' -.W Kev . M 5 9.6! 5p1:'o'4 ?,g,:g JI Q 5 9 fgftif f X, , 'A 5 9 5' 6 Om QKOAQL , V 'X ,a 'frgg l r " . L f A N ' . b o N x J j 5 Don'r fry ro ovoid orhers 'cooserhey could lr's so eosy ro foll in love, yer so nord ro lf eyes were mode forseeing rhen beoury rurn out ro be good friends. love someone, 'S 'TS OWU GXCUSG' fOr b9lfl9' ROD CHAVARRY CORRINA COBLENTZ UZ ANNE COX l l l l l 1rf""' E' Por Morlorr, Leno Hoclsellng, son, Shello Morsudo. Amy Robinson. Morgon Snyder. is 0 worm smile. P.D.A. oll the woy. KRISTIN LEE DAVIS TAD DENEND LEA LOUISE DUNTLEY Brion Anderson working hord! Success is o lodder thot con't be climbed with your honds in your pockets. WARREN ENDLICH "Oh yo life goes on, long ofter the thrill of living is gone." BRIAN F. ELSTON JOHN FREDRICKSON VOLTAIRE GANCHORRE l'd rother be soiling! Wine. dine, Gnd 69! everyone onolysis. DARIN WAYNE GRAY I con see through rnountoins, Wotch me disoppeor, l con touch the sky, Swollowing colors of the sounds l heor. Arn ljust o crozy guy? You bet! , fe' MAlTRED AT THE TGP... Here, shown in full color, ore the moirred's of rhe closs of 1986 - some seen working hord while orhers ore or ploy. ZH 4 7 1. C. Wiley wonts you! 2. C. Fredenberg ond C. Rogers on on ever-populor school bus. 3. P. Brenno, in o store of shock! 4. S. Omo on her woy ro on exciting lsr period. 5. P. Lowing ond S. Morsudo heoding ro o slumber porry. 6. E. Moss ond o rhoughrful look. 7. C. Homlow ond pol. 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Fredrickson, ex- cellent role models. 4. J. Youngblood reody to foce the greot outdoors. 6. G. Broncheou ot your service. 7. "Yes, ofcourse l'm o senior!" J. Grist. And oll thot fills the heorts of friends, when first they fill with secret poin, their lives henceforth hove seporote ends. And Old enough to lsnow better, but young never sholl be one ogoin. enough to do it ogoin. DEBORA JENE FISK CHRISTY FREDENBERG I BARBARA ANN GRIFFIN HEATHER GRIMSLEY JOANNA GRIST Before you criticize others, Old enough to know better. "Hey, wherever you go Look ot yourself. Young enough to try it ogoin. There you ore. JIM GRISWOLD Shock me! Molse me feel better! Shock me! Put on your block Ieother - Ace Freeley of Kiss LENA HACKELING UAS you rnolse your woy through life, friend, whotever be your gool, keep your eyes upon the doughnut ond not upon the hoIe." LANA LEANNE HARDMAN Behind every good mon, there is o better womon. BRET L. HARPER CRAIG A. HAMLOW It's no fun being on illegol olien JOHN DANIEL HARCZO When ir's oil boiled down And the doy's or on end I'Il give you no B.S. ond I'II never pretend. Q, the pr lem. JAMES LEE HARRIS Be one. BILL HART How long I hove wanted this dreorn to come true ond os it opprooches I con t believe I'm through. Any fool con tell the truthp but it requires o mon of some 59053 fQ know how fo He lt's obout time we come to the end of the well. rood. BOB HART SALLY ANN HART A section of the Senior Closs shows their enthusiasm during o pep rolly. I don't know domrnit! RICHARD WILLIAM HAYES III is I sa 4' I I L DOUGLAS D. HOFFMAN If you con't dozzie 'em with briilionce, bd' fle 'em with B.S. of rhem. The only excuse I hove for rhinlsing wirh ore friends forever if rhe Lord's rhe my own heod, is rhor I hove no one eIse's heod in which ro rhinls with, y E I A A JoNA DANE HENHE HEATHER RENAE HILL 'P E.:-a",,f'2..f" I, , -I1 I ..-. l-"' ""-b 4. A-I-A B. CHARLES HOLT ive me downhill or give me deorh" Worren Miller COLBY FRANCES HOVEN Sometimes the child in one behoves o Cer- roin woy ond the rest of one's self follows behind, slowly sholsing its heod. wasp 52:1 'fs' pf ' 1-ww I Rafi ,jg,':Lt,,4,'i 'Js A I 5 F - fffffgffi 'I 11 rgiffgfilsli? ' Q s w13i4y,1v',afW's"'i-fg5iw'- K - 'A . , :IL v ww' ti!-ff f I I is so -A", Y ' lwfftgf u f LV :fl , 4 -f 33 ... X I ., -jf 1-5 tra rd K iff U ory. A I TOBIN WILLIAM ILES I hove become o fronsporenr eyeboll. 85 JENNIFER LAURA JARVIS The sun in your eyes mode some of the lies worth believing. - Alon Porsins Project ROBERT W. KERNELL Leorn from those who wont nothing. You will become wise through their stupidity. fy! X X if ROBERT ALAN KNEELAND "God sove the Queen" y CATHLEEN SARAH KNUTSON A friendship of truth ond love is L everlosting . . . l E lt's lunchtime for Mordi L., Lono H., Kristin D, -sow Qnd Rod C. POFTOOT fUl'1 ' A I+ - - I 'X ,w.ev9' S' XMW., , I Q , I, ,lb . , 5.5, M M YV' ' M. N 'K breok. ADRIAN CATHERINE KERSHAW Thonls you Mrs. Lubner. . . 5he's sho rr but she's gor big bozoobies on her. . . Weell . . . now, gorro go. CHONGHWA KIM "Your smile soys it oII." HEATHER KOSTES VALERIE LYNN LAMPE Vorious I con feel it coming in the oir ronighr, Fullmoon, Good things ore twice os good when they - ore short. U "A true smile brightens even the most -' GYOCIOD dreary doysf' PAOLA CANDELARIA LAWING KATHLEEN LEWIS Qfw gfTfm1Hl1?1 A., 'gf M as df 'Q l l MICHELLE MILAT TRACY MOFFIT Trust me is like soying CgD!j?6SQ!? you! Love is like quick silver in the hond. Leove the fingers open ond it stoys in the polm. clutch it ond it dorts owoy. MARDI JO LJUBICH 'tn 'iw smorr ro srudy, ond foo cool ro core. PAT MARLATT Be oll thot you con be. RICHAD DANIEE MAmls'c:lANo L ffih. MIKE MORE Footbolll If you hove love you will do onyrhing. Love is everywhere, you only hove ro find ir, hold ir, ond never let ir go. - Arruro Morler Borjou SHEILA BETH MATSUDA ERIC MICHAEL MOSS M , No oct of lsindness A tu wo No motter how smoll is ever wosted. EMILY MUGGENTHALER TROY NEBEKER Y If 1 ...wo Julie, Lono, Michelle, Heother, Amy ond Kofi show you how hoppy they ore to be seniors. Jenny Youngblood. You con't olwoys get whot you wont, bu if you try sometimes, ond you just migh find, you get whot you need. STACY OMO Well if it seems reoi it's illusion cuz every moment you're there there's confusion Now foith is being sure of whot we hope IGVG C00 be S990 OS fhe ODSWGV but for ond certoin of whot we do not see. nobody bleeds for the doncer. Hebrews 1151 CARRIE J. PROFFITT KARI L. RICE H1 3 Q Iv I " We I I Now is the time thot we stond together os one, A new light inside us will shine os bright os the sun. - Stryper TED RICHARDSON I In w X3 Doug Roll toises time off from UECA to pose for the comero. Pot Morlott ond Terry Gonchorre show us their Pirote Pride. Kothieen Lewis tolses time from Cross- Country to work on her ton. Volerie orgonizing her popers ogoin. WNW ....vn.... -gg i'm worning you - don'r roise my picture! Senior Tolls! Horr ond Poolo Lowing. i, psnuuutllvdillf not-QT!!! AMY JO ROBINSON Follow your own rood if it mokes you hop- py! Follow someone else's rood, ond you will get Iost. COLLEEN ROGERS Don't wolk before me for I moy not follow Don't wolk behind me for I moy not Ieod. Just wolk beside me ond be my friend. NICHOLAS ROLLO CAREY ROSENOW JESSE C. SANDIFORD The world is but o stoge ond we ore'mere- ly ployers performers ond portroyers. - Rush - MIKE SHULTZ "Greg's stoned!" DARCY CHRISTINE SNYDER "Work is for people who don't know how to ski . . MORGAN SABASTIAN SNYDER Life is too short to worry obout your reputotion, so do it good. P.S. long live Grondmo Ket Anthony too. BRENDA STEWART It's better to be hoted for something you ore then to be loved for something you're not. I con see your life os I Iools in your eyes, they tell me the truth they never tell lies. KENNETH ANDREW SUDDETH CHRISTOPHER GRAY WILEY There is no ploce like home. Doing eosily whot others find difficult is tolentp Doing whot is impossible. For toient is genius. CHRIS URBAN KELLY WRIGHT Nould of worn my tux, but my polo pony ote it. Throw me o penny ond I'II moke you 0 dreom. You'II find thot Iife's not olwoys whot is seems. Then think of o roinbow ond I'II molse it come reol. Pull meg I'm never- ending wheel. - Dio TERESA VADNAIS JENNY REBECCA YOUNGBLOOD I First, there must be hoppiness. i Rolling Gloss houses gorher no birds. JOSEPH ANDREW WALD JULIE ZELLERHOFF Jhen one trying to do something beyond is known powers it is useless to seels the fpprovol of friends. Friends ore ot their rest in moments of defeot. Try to tolls sense to o fool, ond he will coll you foolish. PAM LYNN WALLACE WENDY WESTON Tobin Iles ond Ted Alton studying hord. SENIGR ACTIVITIES Aclwrrrrarr Ilrc' -- WrosrlrnQ9 lennrs 9 Deco 12 Arjlrrsan lalrn - lbnomej - Football Manager 11 Alton IIr0OCIOrO - French Club 9 10 Anderson Drran - rl! A 1 - baseball 9-12 lnsprrorranal Award laorball 9 lerrerrnon s 11 12 Deco Presrderrr 12 Key Club 12 Baron Tracy - Wrestling 9-12 Baseball 10-12 Most Outstanding Award lor Wrestling Sailing lleoll Christopher - lWolverrnel - Soccer 9-12 Daslrerball 9 Brenna Pctrrrcra - lPrddyl - Cross-Country 10-12, Track 10-12 Senator ol Advisor French Club Drama Club Letterman s Club Colder logon - Football 9 10 Daslserboll 9, Tennis 10 Key Club Carlin Jann - A S B Senator lor Advrsbr Carry Sean -Foolball912 Stare Track 11 Letterman s Club Chayary Rod- Soccer 12 Coblenrz Cdrrrna - Volleyboll9 Solrboll 10 Horticulture 11 Deco 12 Cox lil - Wrestling Manager 9 CheerIeadrr1g11 Pep Club9 10 Davrs Krrsrrn - lSwrss Krrsy - Volleyball 9 Solrball 9 12 Cheerleader 10 Jon Choir 9 10 Drama Club Key Club letter- rrran s Club Homecoming Prrncess 9 Queen 12 Dunrley lea -- lennrs9 10 Basketball 9-12 Track 9-12 Powder- Pull 9-12 Srore lroclr Class Secretary 10 Letterman s Club Track Mast lmpraved Award Skiing Usron Brian - Tennis 912 Bond 9 10. Spanish 12 lndlrch Warren - Horrrculrure 12 Deco 12 I'r5Ix Debora - lluna lrskj - Soccer 9 10 Daslrerboll 9-12 lroclr 9-12 Powder Pull - 9-12 Football Cheerleader 11 12 V P ol CIass9 Pres 11, A S B 10-12 Lerrerrrran sCIub 11 12 lredenberg CI-rrrsry - Soccer 9-12 lettered Fredrrclrson John - QB l ,r -- Dc-ca 12 Cranclrorre Voltaire - CD0 Cranchr - loarball 9-12 Baseball 9 10 Letterman s Club 11 12 Gray Dann -- r'Duo- -- loorlrall 11 Baseball 12 Deco 12 Crrrrmley Heather - Soccer 9 10 lennrs 11 12 Letrered, Gaskel- holl9 11 12 lettered SolrbolI9 12 Spanish Letterman s Crrrsl Joanna - Saccr-r 9 Cross Counrry 10-12 Traclr 9-12 Team 0 6. w"g, -""""' Sean Burns 3... ' 14 ll -59:13. ww Capr Senoror9 10 12 Spanish Club 9-12 French9 Lerrermans Club Honor Socrery 11 12 Grrswald Jim - llomrrrrnj - Wresrlrng 10 lettered Haclrlrng Leno - llvlrllrr-1 - Saltball 9 Soccer 10 Trocls 10-12, Cross-Country Sponrsh Club 9-12 Key Club Deco 12 Honor Sacre- ry Sec andlreos olCloss11 12 Hamlow Crorg- Soccer9 11 12 Te-nrrrs9 Goll 9, 11 12 Spanish Club 10 11 12 KeyClub11.12 Hardman lana- Soccer 9-12 Letrerecl lrock9 11 12 Powder Pull lerrermon sClub Deco Clom11, 12 Key Club 12 Harper Urer L - Football 9-12 Basketball 9-12 Track 9-12 Cheerleading 12 Tennis 12 Senator 9, 10 11 Sen Class Pres, Spanish Club 10 Letterman s Club 11, 12. Caprarn Drck and The Porrholes Hart Urll- lc-nnrs 11 12 Spanish Club 10 11 12 Horticulture 12 Horr Sally - lHort Beary -- Representative for Bond 11, 12 Drama Club Harris James Lee - lennrs 9-12 French Club 9-11 Arr Club 11, 12 Harzo John- Football 11 12 Arrband Hayes Richard - llesrery - Gall 9-11. Slsr Club 9-11. Speech Team Key Club 9-11 Drama Horticulture Henlse Iona- lDeeJ - Volleyball 9 10 12 Spanrsh Club 9, 10 S Club Hill Hearher - fDlz2y1- Volleyball 9-12, Deco 12 Hollmann Douglas - Soccer 9-12 Baseball 9-12 Horrrculture Club grlolr Charlre - Powder Pull Cheerleader Senoror Carpentry, Irrrng Haven Colby - Track 1012 Spanish Club 10-12. Senior Class Pres Iles Iobrn - lennrs 11 12 French Club 9, 10 11 Art Club 9-12 Jarvrs lc-rrnrler - lChrpJ - Cross-Caunrry 11 French Club Speech and Dc-bare 10 Annual Srall 11 Journalism 12 Drama Club 12 Kernell Roberr - qlserrry - Soccer 9-12 Doslserball 9-12, Tennrs 9- 12 Vrce Pres 12 Spanish Club 9 10 11. Letterman s Club, Clam Parrholes ljgrr Chonghwa - Tennis 9. 11 A S B Sec Act and Leadershrp 1 1 W--.uv ' -sy ., .M ' l MW A 9 at 0 W W: V N 1 Q s:-if wi- - .,s..Cs.s,..o..... ' " "'7'k?r-.744 - fr 'M 'L fi? " 1 . ' -3 r A 2 - . K. r. A., , H - --.. 1 ,M Y - F -..-.1-YH.. fwfr -A l Kershaw, Adrian - Cllackyj - Softball 9-12, Powder Puif 9-12, Key Club, Spanish Club, Drama Club, Clam 11, 12, Annual Photo Edrtor Kneeland, Robert - Deco 12 Knutson, Carhleen - lCoty La Orugoj - V0llEYbal1 9, Track 9. Wresrlrng Cheerleader 10, Softball 10, Soccer 11, Swim Team, Letrered. Kosres, Heather- Spanish Club 9, 10, Arr Club 12. Lampe, Valerie - lvalj - Manager for Girls' Basketball 9-12. Class Pres. 10, ASB. 10-12, Lettermorfs Club 11, 12, Nordstrom Fashion Board Lgwing, Paola - Volleyball 10, 12, Wrestling Cheerleader 11, Spanish Club, Drama Club, Lewis, Kathleen - lKathj - Track 9-12, Cross-Country 10, 12. Senaror 12, Spanish Club 9, 10, 12, Lettered, Most Improved for Track Ljubrch, Mardi - lMor-joj - Track 9, 10, Wrestling State 9, 10,! Powder Puff 9, 10, 12, Football Srars 11, 12, Manager 11, Skiing, Senator 9-12, Key Club 9. French Club 10. 11, Art Club, Deco. Morlarr, Par - fMortwotj - Football 9-12, Tennis, Cheerleader 12, Key Club 9, Band 9, Spanish Club 11, 12, Letterman's Club. Slsiln . , Marrgciona, Richard- Wrestling 9, Soccer 9, 10, Annual 9-11, Key Club 9, 10, Deco, French Club, S Marsuda, Sheila - Jr, Represenrative 11, A,S.D, 9, Marching l3and,, Dance Squad 11, Exchange Student 11. 1 l Milor, Michelle - lMichelobJ - Tennis 9, 10, 11, Wrestling Cheerleader 10, Softball 10, 11, 12, Powder Puff, Wrestlrngl Manager, Key Club, Spanish Club, Letrerman's Club. More, Milre - Football 9-12, Baseball 9-12, Letrermons Club,l Deco Moss, Eric- Soccer 9, 10, Tennis 9, 10 Muggenrholer. Emily - French Club 9-11, Vice President, Debate! Club, Art Club, Vice President, , Nebelrer, Troy - QT.C. Newbeclserj - Tennis 12, Art Club 11. Swimming. l 141155595 Orno, Sracy - Clay Poyj - Cross-Country, French Club 10, Key Club, Swim Team 9-12, Rice, Karr - CBare-Korej - Soccer 9-12, Basketball 9-12, Tennis 10-12, Track 10-12, Powder Puff 9-12, Class Pres 9, Class Vice Pres., A 5 B 9, Key Club 12 Richardson, Ted - Qlslousj - Wrestling 9, 10, 11, Leltered. Robinson, Amy - Soccer 9, Crass-Country, Track 9-12, Softball 10, French Club 9-12, Letterman's Club 11, 12. Roll, Doug - QPetery - Baseball 9-12, Skiing 9-12. Deco 12, Rolla, Nicholas - Football 9-11, Basketball 9-12, Senator 10, Vice President, Letrerman's Club Pres. 11, 12. Rosenow, Carey - Soccer 9-12, Basketball 9, Gall 9-12, Key Club 11, 12, Deco 12, Cross-Country 10, Wrestling 12. Saniford, Jesse - Wresrling 10, Lertered Snyder, Darcy - Soccer 9-12, Track 9, 10, 12, Skiing 9-12, Hor- ticulture Vice President 12, Assistant Sales Manager. Snyder, Morgan - Bates Vac, Tec. 11, Rack Band. Steworr Brenda - fSrewy - Soccer 9-12, Volleyball 9. Lettered, Boslrerball9-12 Softball 9-12 Lerterman's Club, Deco, Suddath Kenneth - Deco 12 Vodnars Teresa - Softball 9 Football Manager 10, Class Rep., 10, A S B Treasurer 11 and President 12 Wald Jae - flows 25 - Wrestling 9, 10, 12, Baseball 9-12, Cross- Cauntry 10 11 12, Spanish Club, Cheerleadrng far Powder Pufl, Lertermons Club, Sailing Wallace Pam -f 1Pommyj - Volleyball 10, Senator 11, 12, Hor- ticulture Jazz Chart 9 French Club Drama Club Arr Club, Slriing Wiley, Christopher - Soccer 9, 11 12, Basketball 9-12 Football 10 Cheerleading 12, Vice Pres 10, Freshman Prince, Porrholes lettered Youngblood Jenny - Soccer 10-12 Lettered Zellerhori Julre - llulesj - Volleyball 9-11, Team Capt Doslset- ball 9, Powder Pull 9 12 Secrerory Senator. Spanish Club 9-11, Letterman sClub 11 12 Clam Stoll Key Club 12 5..w Let s win J r r, ' 'Ms ,z""' M .... .,,. . X t A ax X F 4 9 ,Q I B .f - " "' 'V ,wwe M Fr r M! --si M ' 4 "Hope Mr. Meyer doesn't see us. 3 Bill Horr sl Q 2 E ,QPF r The Class of 1986l!l Darcy Snyder relaxing! X ,ggi .. .2 U2 FIRST CLASS WAITERS They soid thot without freshmon initiotion, we were not reolly port of the school. lmmediotely we involved ourselves in club octivities ond sports. We mode new friends with the upperclossmen, until suddenly we were the upperclossmen. Since grode school, we hove been united ond closs oriented. To show our strength, we hove token on such fundroisers os collecting soup lobels for ployground equipment ond selling first-oid kits for new computers. Our unity wos proven ogoin this yeor when we won Homecoming, beoting the Seniors in the powderpuff finols. Since the beginning, ond through our Senior yeor, the closs of '87 hos o common goolz To mointoin their reputotion os positive contributers or Voshon High School. S Lf 1 if' ' 5: ,W I if X ff' ,avg .J i ,sf Wad l........f 3 S M 1 -V . V i f 4 aw 15 KF J ,Sf Counterclockwise From Top Left: Closs Officers: Dovid Webster - Rep., Brod Cooper - Vice-President, Tereso Buxton - Rep., Angie Griffith - Secretory, ond Poul Engels - President, Richord Singer, Don Scholz ond Gorry Rice know who's number one, Kurt M. ond Don S., Dovid W. ond Scott L., Greg K. Joson H. Mott N. Jim W. ond Jim P., Emilie S., Kim R. Corin C. ond Brent T., Deeter M., John Kimmel. Morc Adomson Aimee Aiken Tomi Allmon Mott Alumbough Jackie Boder Jockie Beoll Peter Beeson Michelle Bennett Mory Blomgren Tom Bognor Eric Brondt Megon Brown Chris Browne Tereso Buxton Corin Coin Kim Corpenter Soroh Chosen Ben Cheng Peter Chorok Jonci Chunn Brod Cooper Down Doniel Andy Dowdy Mickey Deloney Kristin Deyoung Wg ,nun-uw0n'i"'w Vai ET ? E 'I 1 3145352 XX? N 32- e is-,jgiika gh 4 4 5' ...V .1 w ? . . P ...iff w mi, " 3 1: ws'-W 5" " 5 f c ,. i f f ., . L- 1+--fig-Q., f N -X f f f 'i1i?5fs 3 1 is 2 , ifa i y iei E W, E! + Q was s 4 Ds 4 F P i ,L in . it We iff-if eglfif 'f P is ., ws ' Q, 9 - igy , giiigfk is , iifgr i n -- - " 'f'i"-r- Af fir f--,Weeks as 1" Q ' ? - Q Q P i f ?Q ,Q P I it Lili sim , Above: Ciockwise From Left: Jim Polmer, Kris Thompson, Kim Rollo, and Jim Whitney on o not-so-serious side. Eie Mocopio hord ot work in Seors' closs. Peter Beeson finishing up his lunch. Romono Kolling ond Trocy Hill. Left: Phoebe Johonnessen getting reody for o big run. f' ia + 101 HQ: I' jf' -+ 3, 1, V 1 P1 'M 2 . ' 1 sf P sf 53"..N.gv.k rm i. arse Aft if -34 Z ' I H fp 1. Hillery Johnson modeling her beauty. 2. The friendly threesome. CTeresa Buxton, Tami Allman, Aimee Aikenj 8. Greg Kimmel waves his fans goodbye. 4. What a great smile! CMatt Alumbaughj 5. The rowdy crowd. CKyle Snaza, Mike Jacobs, Gregor Viscountyj 6. "No, it can't be. . .or can it??? CScott Ling, Brent Thompsonj Katie Effert Paul Engels Becky Fosmark Dean Fuller Tonya Gray Naomi Gribneau Angie Griffith Ariel Halsey Jenny Hannah Donnie Harris Dayna Hartness Willy Hass Jason Hendryx Tracy Hill Katie Hollister 102 XZ l Andreo Hoppe Andreo Iles Morcene Joclsson Mike Jocobs Tino Jocobs Phoebe Johonnessen Hillery Johnson Greg Kimmel John Kimmel Romono Kolling Amy Kosir Derk Lester Peggy Lewis Roche! Lincovoge Scott Ling Liso Long Jomie Lopez Korsten Lorentzen Ele Mocopio Kurt Monning Donelle Mortin Poul Mortin Nicole Motrisciono Erin Moxwell Rick McColl Melonie McConn Billy Mol Deboroh More Dovid Morrison Kerry Mundy Jennifer Myers Mott Nokoyo Jennifer Niedermoir Steve Otsuko Jim Polmer Rochelle Potrick John Poyne Mott Pickett Poul Ploncich Jennifer Provo Gary Rice Dale Roen Kim Rollo Dan Scholz Justin Scott V457 Darren Scovel Shannon Sealth Mark Shephard Emilie Silberman Jim Simonson Far Left: Mary Blomgren show's her stuff. Left: Dean Fuller wasting time inthe library. Below Right: Brent Thompson spends all his free time in the lunchroom. Below Left: Emilie Silberman, and Kristen Vandeusen on a not-so-serious side. K Richord Singer Don Smith Kyle Snozo Kothy Spolding Becky Squires Jenny Stoddord Brent Thompson Kris Thompson Joson Timss Teole Tumo Kristen Vondeusen yds! Anne Marie Vinson Gregor Visconty David Webster Brandi Westerhausen Shannon White Jim Whitney Russell Winebrenner Maria Woodman Tom Wright Jenny Ybarra Not Pictured: Donna Angevine Mike Brown Jeff Church Dave Clark Sarah Comstock Eric Edwards Jamie Green Stuart Luhr Diana Nelson Jon Pruitt Dylan Reidt Dave Stoltz Bill White Reid Winebrenner Jackie Wyman I as g,'fi'5la' 1. Ariel Halsey doing her assignments. 2. Hey Karsten, check out those girls! CKarsten Lorentzen, Jason Hendryxj 3. Don't worry Matt, she's an ex- pert. CMott Pickett, Teresa Vod- naisj 4. Lisa Long and Janci Chunn smile for the camera. 5. Jenny Provo eavesdrops on a conversation. 6. Kris Thompson and Aimee Aiken watch the pep rally. 7. Are you talking to me? CPaul Engelsj ig 107 x'2 BUSSERS WORKING UP THE CGRPORATE LADDER As the yeor continues we os o closs grow closer. Everyone is now occepted for their own individuolity, ond floir. We belong no motter how we dress, oct, or who we ore with. As our understonding for one onother builds, so does our compossion. The more we grow together the horder it is for newcomers to join our closs. To them we seem rude, snobbish, clique-y, ond cold. As someone looking out I see us os scored, scored of losing whot we hove. New people seem to threoten us. Do we feel we would lose our uni- que relotionship os o group, with the oddition of someone new? Whot we don't seem to grosp is thot insteod of losing something we oll ore enriched by the experience of oc- cepting someone new. We will olso leorn something obout ourselves by doing so. By openly welcoming those who wont to join our group, we wind up hoving closer ond more sincere friends. Sec.,Tres. M Lund Vlce P S Lewls Pres A Gon , ci? , 1 is il ,affix E For Left: J. Corstolrs ond S. Lewis "enjoying life." Right Top: J. Schubert ond J. Knopper "we love do- ing captions." Right: W. Toylor "Jump- ing into o long . osslgnment." J "M, ' - My For Left: Corlo Fuller ond Rondy Reed "Mr. Seors' ideo of o good tlme" Right Top: Dyon Snyder, Shelly Spencer, Michelle Gulledge "con- tent with our friends. Lower: Mortho Rodke "recover- ing from on onoeroblc store." 109 ,M V' Genny Ameling Krissy Anderson Richord Arthur Dove Bocon Allen Bole Phil Borrero Chris Belfroge Chorlene Broirhwoite Andrew Bremner Bill Bryce Chorlene Buckland Jenni Corsroirs Heofher Coughell Mort Choson Don Cromwell E 1. Mortho Rodke ond Allison Youngblood, oll smiles. 2. Greg Hunter hoppy Smurf! 3. Liso Jenkins, showing her school spirit during homecoming week. 4. Jesse Jones ond Roy Reddick show thot the Dewey Decimol system does work! 5. Kerry English, Jennifer Olney, ond Dyon Snyder, working in the Library? Erik Drohos Ron Dunn Cheryl Elston Kerry English Soge Forwell Lione Ferry Kelly Flowers Lori Forsythe Lonny Frederickson Tim Fredrickson Corlo Fuller Athena Gonchorre Monique Gorclo Bill Gorrott Michelle Gulledge Scott Homlow Breck Honsen Derik Horper Michoel Hill Kristo Hodson Justen Hunt Constonce Husmoe Billy Jockson Devin Jorvis Kurt Jenkins Clockwise From Top to Left: Mott Chosen ond Phil Borrero discussing o secret plotg Connie Husmoe, Moro Nyberg, Chris Mortin, Jesse Jones "The Rush is on" p Plichord Authur, Mike Zuber "Discovering new nucleorjob opportunitiesf' Poul Thompson, Joe Perry "future PrincipoIs." - ...QQ 112 Liso Jenkins Billy Jones Jesse Jones Noelle Jones Keith Kossik Jockie Kimmel Brod Kirschner Jill Knopper Loro Lee Jennifer Lehet Suzy Lewis Mitch Lipp Debro Ludwigsen Mory Lund Kondi Luton Rochelle Lynch Jeff Morsh Chris Mortin Todd Mclntyre Aoron McMosters Seon McVeigh Oono Meode Steven Miller Jenny Minier Fown Morgon Joe Murano Mildred Nagel Suzan Nottingham Mara Nyberg Midge Ofdenkamp Jennifer Olney Trlcla Otsuka Joey Perry Rebecca Peter Colleen Pickett g 1. Gunter Remnltz and Tlm Fredrlckson engrossed ln their studies. 2. Sage Farwell finds his favorite comic book. 3. Athena Gonchorre helps AGL win the food drive. l 3 9 """"w....g Brian Puz Mark Radford Martha Radke Christopher Ramsel Roy Reddick Scott Redfield Randy Reed Gunter Reimnitz Megan Robinson David Rock 1. Aaron McMasters discovers reading can be fun, 2. Oona Meade and Martha Radke are disappointed when they learn the truth about Santa. 3. Mike Fredenberg is having eye troubles. 4. Jackie Kimmel and Lianne Ferry look spiffy In their 50's day clothes. 5. Denise Thomas star gazing. Elizabeth Rogers Rohina Rubicz Cheryl Rusk Julienne Schubert Stewart Simonsen Dyan Snyder Kari Solandros Shelly Spencer Kris Stougard Amy Swanson Heidi Syvrud Whitney Taylor Denise Thomas Paul Thompson Alexander Tokar Andrea Tomei Colby Trotter Stephen VanMatre Jonathan Wald Charlie Watters Brian Wickham Silver Wyatt Douglas Young Allyson Youngblood Michael Zuber 1- i ,ea -' 'mm nies ff 1. Meg Robinson mokes productive use of her study time. 2. Kondi Luton ond Midge Ofdenkomp help out with hornecoming. 3. Andreo Tomei ond Charlene Broithwoite N-'fx give US their full hffnnfinn fi t ff ' ww Q., " ' i K ,K kk,, , 1 ' , qi 4 1. Stewort Slmonsen knows whot he wonts. 2. Sid Luhr, Allyson Youngblood, ond Heidi Syvrud shore 0 deep ond meon- ingful secret. 3. Jen- ny Lehet dores to be different. 5-11 'irr "' ,,,,earv'-"V -W' GK " W "Mount 9 h x W 117 1 fr"Q ..... , A ...hy AA 1'4Q,'P f v .Q , K Q Q? ' A 14 . ni Ex f , Q . 9 1 ff! ha I Axfv K, ' ffl' .22 ffffj Q 'A G9 " Q5 A, is , 'i + t '-i 1 1. NN f' +5 ' T ffwj, 5 3 is I ' f '34 7 575 X0 2 5 an ' 'A i'Mfi,1iLl,,:1,2 XLA. , it 7, f ff DISHWASHERS WORK THEIR WAY UP! The Closs of '89 hos striven hord to find their ploce in the routine here ot VHS. The freshmen storted roising money eorly by hoving on oll doy boke sole ot Thriftwoy. They used this money to buy sup- plies for their homecoming floot, which received third ploce. They hove olso porticipoted in vorious other fund roising octivities. This yeor's freshmen hove done o greot job of making their first yeor of high school o success! Hey! Freshmen! Do you hove SPIRIT? Freshman Class Officers: Jim Cooper, Co-President: Erico Rice, Sec. fTreos.p Soo Jung Ko, Representative, Wendy Bloir, Co-President, ond Jomes Spencer, Vice President. -ve! 116 Kg A 'W' BL. B, MQ, For Left: Dono Hoven ond Soo Jung Ko between closses. Dirk Molhoir stUdies for his Freshmon English closs. Freshmen listen to olumni speok of higher educotion. N- xii -'Ol Andy Aiken Hollie Aldrich Dovid Anderson Eric Anderson Shone Ares iid 'Q-ff Nicole Beesen Sophio Bell Aoron Belleveou Trever Bennett Billy Benson Wendy Bloir Aoron Bowmon Tom Brozill Freyo Browne Mork Buholm Kyle Buxton Joel Coin Jon Chollmon Jim Cooper Corol Dovidson Ed Dovidson Rrchord Dovidson Kelly Derrig Domon Drugge Geoffrey Endlich From Top to Bottom, Left to Right: Steve Purdom ond Chris Gribneou eoting lunchp Mork Tonkin ond Dovid Woll ot DECAg Mike Setchell going to clossp Su Jung Ko ond Britto Gorlongg freshmen students working hord in biology. 5 g C f fi Q .Q ,G . Q 9' 'tif '11 Williom Frontiero Notolie Gobri Britto Gorlond Joson Goldsmith Potrick Groy Brion Greenriech Chris Gribneou Amy Griswold Corrie Guthrie Cormen Holi Julie Honsen Chris Horms Zum Spreckel Don Horris Cindy Hort Korilyn Hoffmon 12 Far Top Right: J. Cain Bottom For Right: H. Rice Right: A. Aiken Below: Melissa Richardson Toby Holmes Stacy Holt Rosie Hook Dana Hoven Brian Jackson Shuana Jackson Lee Johnson Chonguni Kim Jenny Kimmel Shannon Kimmel Y. 7' Left: The Rug Rats overpowerjunior S. Lurh as fellowjunior P. Martin looks on. Below: H. Aldrich and S. Visconty. .lM,,...---N "" ' .......-1 M. Kirkland Dustin Knutsen Sue Jung Ko Julie Krajacic Martha Lange Kristi Little Rolf Lorentzen Mario Morchesi John Martin Hilary Mattocks 123 Nikki Moy Derek McKenna Arom Meode Brion Meyer Condi Middling Cheryl Mielbrechr Treco Morris Tricio Morris Porrick Moss Dirk Mulhoir Ben Mundoy Nick Murto Steven Myers Brion Neol Troy Neiferr 124 fx. RM- From Top to Bottom, Left to Right: Steve Myers ond Mortho Longe working hord in the knowledge bowlg Freshmen floot looks good, Jomes Spencer running for Cross-Countryp Tris Tumo studying hordg Aoron Siegrist, Brion Greenriech, Kyle Seoth, Tom Brozil, ond Kyle Buxton tolking ofter lunchp Erico Protzeller ond Shonnon Kimmel CQ 'IN -X -Z'-."'f N-'f' lf., 1? JV" Q5 Kevin Nelson lon Olsen Neil Olsen Jesse Overton Christine Porker Osmon Person Erico Protzeller Steve Purdon Thomos Rodke Eriko Rice Heother Rice Melisso Richordson Richord Roso Kimberly Rose Rubon Shofer Jomes Spencer John Sturzo Tim Toft Mike Toylor Mork Tonkin Tris Tumo Sosho Visconty Dovid Woll Elon Weinstein Kyle Wiley Todd Willioms Soro Woodmon Eleno Wooten Ben Wright Vicky Wymon Eric Scott Kyle Seoth Jennie Setchell Dovid Shepherd Roin Shermon Aoron Siegrist Michelle Slgler P. Smith Buls 5 3 V12 irc! b f 1 5331 .V i ' ,N , WA nil ,' In I uAlFAl' For Left: Chonguni Kim f 1 ff ond Mr. Green. Left: W. Bloir ond 5. Holt . 5 3 Q 1 is ' Below: N. Gobri ond S. Slggr ' Q Woodman ill Q 4 For Left: J. Setchell ond R. Hook. Center: F. Browne. Above: K. Nelson. Left: Don'r look so surprised H. Rice, J. Chollmon is o growing boy ond needs his food. E s MQNE 'K 31 1 5 ,E X ,Qin Vgli 1 W 1 s 5 'ff 'gifs' xfwx W.. V ' .Q ',x: f if 2 , - rx 45 "' A '1 5 W v . .lk f:-. ' X , , 5 ,X ,, 'X . X ' W 'af D- uw. PASSING THEM ALL Combining the tolents of o diversity of ployers, the '86 Pirotes trompled the competition. Cooches Green, Connell, ond Kloke led the teom through on excellent seoson. So greotg Seon Corty's 99 yord run set o stote record. Outstanding ploys like Terry Gonchorre's in- terceptions, Chris Browne's tockles, ond everyone's overoll enthusiosm ond friendly support proved thot this yeor's teom hos boosted school spirit. Bottom Row: Jon Wold, Rolf Lorentzen, Ed Dovidson, Bill Frontiero, Todd Willioms, Dove Creighton, Tom Wright, Dorren Scovel, Chorlie Wotters, Bret Horper, Mike More, Eric Brondt, Dovey Bocon, Chris Mortin, Brion Wickhom, Tom Brozill, Jon Chollmon, Chris Browne. Middle Row: John Sturzo, Kevin Nelson, Pot Morlott, Seon Corty, Kyle Buxton, Soge Forwell, Terry Gonchorre, Andy Aiken, Poul Ploncich, Derik Horper, Donnie Horris, Poul Engels, Poul Thomp- son, Steve Miller. Top Row: Stu Simonson, Nick Murto, Jim Cooper, Pot Moss, Mork Shepord. Not Pictured: Dovid Webster. 130 f .M cz... In H 4 ,V f V . fr t , ,A .S 2 V ,Q,,nf -.,,: .. 51 w p. -M .Int ,W M gf. Sl' ?1WMi+f.:?1fT,52?4g"a9 'Ae ' 4 ,rf I 41 2. S 3 o 7 1. Poul Engels ond Rolf Lorentzen horsing oround ot proctice. 3. Bret Horper cruises toword the end zone. 4. Dorren Scovel looks for the poss. 5. Pirates reody to kill. 6. Cooch Green wotches the teom ploy to victory. 7. Poul Engels shouts to teommotes in oction. PUSHING THE PIRATE POWER The sweot, the dirt, the oching muscles ond long, hord workouts odded to the Pirotes' determinotion for building 0 greot teom. Pushing themselves to the limit in proctices ond bocking eoch other up with o lot of teom- worls, leod to o victorious seoson for the Pirotes. Eoch yeor our teom represents our school by tolsing plenty of pride not only in the gome they ploy, but olso in - themselves. Above Right: Proctice for the Pirotes is tough in itself, ond even tougher when they've got John Abbolott ond John Green wot- ching eoch move very closely. Above: The teom members rush to help one onother out in o chonce ot retrieving the boil. Cppositez Our teomjust would not be o teom without the Pirote footboll cooches. Bock Row, Left to Right: Bob Connell, Doug Kloke, John Green. Front Row: Mickey Deloney. 132 L 1 i i Above: Stonding on the lines with onticipo- tion ond enthusiosm for their teom. Left to Right: Bob Connell, Poul Thompson ond Jim Cooper. i Top Left: The Pirotes huddle to prepore their next plon of ottock for o touchdown. Middle Left: Ploying on their own turf, the Pirotesjurnp into o h tough tockle. . ,r -H Above: Pot Moriott sweots it out on the side lines. HWE LADDIES DONE GGODH "When in doubt, kick it in." This seemed to be the motto for the 1985-1986 boys' soccer teom. They ended their seoson with 0 very high win record. This wos despite three mojor injuries midwoy through the seoson. For mony of the up- perclossmen this yeor pro- .vided o new chollenge, o new heod cooch. Cooch Rosenberger took on the job of cooching on excellent ond tight-knit group of guys. It seemed to work well ond the teom showed aggression ond skill throughout the seoson. ' -A - . , my W 'A ' ,,,', il' Wi: This Poge, Top Right: Senior Chris Beoll. Qc Bottom Right: Senior Chris Wiley. i if Bottom Left: Junior Jim'Polmer. al: fi Top Left: Jim Polmer, ond Robert Kernell. 134 .lc- M f...1:y:'Qfw ' - . Bock Row: Vorsity: Cooch Rosenburger, M. Zuber, D. Hoffmon, M. Lipp, J. Perry, B. Honson, R. Kernell, C. Wiley, G. Rice, G. Kimmel. Junior Vorsity: C. Stougord, Cooch Chosen. Front Row: G. Remnitz, B. Cheng, M. Chosen, B. Kirschner, K. Wiley, B. Greenwich, B. Myer, K. Seth, T. Holmes, R. Chovorry, T. Tumo, B. Jorvis, A. McMosters. Not Pic.: C. Homlow, C. Beoll. Seniors ore: Kernell, C. Wiley, Hoffmon, Beoll, Homlow, ond Chovorry. E This Page: Top Right. Goolie, Joey Perry in oction. Center Left: Number 14, Mitch Lipp being oggressive Bottom Right: Senior Doug Hoffmon. GIRLS' SOCCER Determinotion ond hord work pushed the girls' soccer to o suc- cessful stort. Hoving mony yeors of experience, the girls' vorsity greotly influenced the new members of the JV teom. Overoll, the girls ployed con- sistently, they ployed tough, ond they never gove up. The teom's key to success wos unity, they ployed os o teom, not os individuol ployers. They shored o deep sense of comoroderie ond personol respect for eoch other. The girls describe themselves os "o rowdy bunch of fun-loving cool chicks." And whot ore some of the fun times they remember? When oslsed, they mentioned one porticulor ex- ' perience which wos the most memoroble one to them. "We were wollsing out of the locker room ofter the gome ot North Moson where we found their footboll teom stonding in line in their underwecir! " This seoson wos o speciol time, o time for ploying the gome they loved ond winning ot it. 136 IS ON THE BALL 8,1 U Bock Row: Cooch Pot Stougord, Whitney Toylor, Allyson Youngblood, Joclsie Boder, Peggy Lewis, Megon Robinson, Kerry English, Heidi Syvrud, Cooch Debbie Corroll. Middle Row: Shonnon Kimmel, Cindy Hort, Shouno Joclsson, Viki Wymon, Freyo Browne, Roin Shermon, Wendy Bloir, Cormen Holi, Cheryl Mielbrecht. Front Row: Corey Rosenow, Lono Hordmon, Bren- do Stewort, Kori Rice, Dorcy Snyder, Jenny Youngblood, Christy Freden- burg. Not Pictured: Jennifer Olney. I 4 5 2 b 5 1. Stougord gets serious. CCooch Stougord ond Joclsie Boderj 2. Just scored o gool! CLono Hordmon, Corey ' Rosenow, Brendo Stewort, Allyson Youngblood, Kori Ricej 3. Kori Rice roces for the boll with Jenny Youngblood ot her side. 4. Brendo Stewort takes hold of the boil. 5. The girls toke o moment to relox. CMegon Robinson, Dorcy Snyder, Peggy Lewis, Wendy Bloirj 6. Megon Robinson posses to Allyson Youngblood. 137 INDULGE IN SPIRIT lt's Fridoy, olthough you should be ex- cited for the weekend . . . it hosjust been one of those bod doys so for. First off you got up Iote ond hod borely enough time to get reody for school. Then when you wolk in your first period closs you heor mony soft giggles. The person who sits next to you Ieons ocross the oisle to inform you thot you hove o stoin on your shirt ond you put two dif- ferent colored socks on in the morning rush. Somehow this doy hos got to get better. How could this doy get better you osk yourself? A pep ossembly, thot's how! As you crowd into the gym omong the other students, you heor the up-beot of the music ond spirit ond en- thusiosm con be felt throughout the oir. Toking your seot in your closs section hos become hobit forming. The Mighty Seniors, the Spirited Juniors, the Rising Sophomores ond the Hope-to Be Freshmen oll woit eogerly for the oction to begin ond spirits to soor. Upper Left:Bottom Row: Kori Solondros, Midge Ofdenkomp, Rochelle Lynch, Noelle Jones. Middle Row: Moro Nyberg, Loro Lee, Aimee Aiken. Top Row: Mortho Rodke, Jenny Minier show thot teom work con build up o teom, . .,.n.,: lt., W. . 9-I 'Q 4.1- 7 Above: Thonks to Mrs. Bettie Snyder the cheerleoding odvisor ond Mrs. Sally Hollister the cheerleoders of 1985-86 were oble to keep things orderly ond spirited: Above: Cor woshes, boke soles, cheerleoding comp . . . oll the things Tomi Allmon got to enjoy this post summer. "Flu, c. I 3 5 V sf' I., C . L , A ,MF 1 dl f Qgylig .W-A,l. 37k Wim Left: Megon Brown, Debbie Fisk, Colleen Pickett, Chorlene Bucklond, Tomi Allmon ond Kotie Hollister toke 0 breok before the Homecoming skit. Below: Our spirited Seniors show their pride. gi ' 'T Q g i --,el!", 'A---., --...cm MW Above: Left to Right, Bock Row: Footbollp Megon Brown, Tomi Allmon, Kotie Hollister, Debbie Fisk, Colleen Pickett, Chorlene Bucklond Wrestling, Aimee Aiken, Mortho Rodke, Rochelle Lynch, Loro Lee, Moro Nyberg Bosketbollp Noelle Jones, Midge Ofdenkomp, Jenny Minier, Kori Solondros Mole Cheerleodersg Left: Pot Morlott ond Chris Wiley, Right: Bret Horper ond Terry Gonchorrep Left: Mortho Rodke's dedicotion towords this yeor's cheerleading squod proved to be beneficiol. GIRLS' TENNIS PRCDVES TO BE A WINNER! 489 IQ3 5 Cp 1. Senior, Amy Robinson. 2. Kori Rice serving on oce. 8. Cooch, Corol Rice. 4. Sue Nottingham, Get ohold of those bolls! 5. Stocey Holt wos o new oddition this yeor. 6. Jennifer Myers with o look of concentrotion. 7. Mory Blomgren stret- ching out. 8. The Teom: Clockwise: Meg Robin- son, Jennifer Myers, Christine Porker, Moro Nyberg, Kori Rice, Atheno Gonchorre, Cooch Corol Rice, Sue Nottinghom, Corlo Fuller, Becky Fosmork, Mory Blomgren, Ele Mocopio, Andreo Tomei, Stocey Holt, Heother Grimsley, Crissy Anderson. Not Pictured: Jenny Setchell, Amy Robinson. 9. Getting psyched before o motch. ""fFc :rem X,.w,.,v.: :mf-vfiri-fi S' ' is Hirf V V., W, f' - ' - ' M-fu-we if , , The girls porticipoting in the 1985 Tennis Teom, showed greot dedico- tion ond hord work. Their seoson record wos eight wins ond two losses, once ecich to Port Townsend ond C.W.A. This yeor's teom wos smoll com- pored to other yeors. Only seven- teen ployers turned out which gove the Junior Vorsity girls more time to ploy. The teom will only lose three seniors this yeor, Kori Rice, Amy Robinson ond Heother Grimsley. Since the teom receives new tolent every yeor, it should be or the top of the leogue next yeor with fourteen girls returning. 141 Exhibiting enthusiosm ond school spirit on the court ond in the holls the 1985-86 volleyboll teom demonstroted their tolents ond skills to copture the imoginotions of their supporters. Working os o teom in oll in- stonces, they creoted o reol spirit omongst themselves. Developing new woys to drum up spirit the teom members poclsed lunches for one onother on gome doys ond mode posters for oround the school. Adopting to o new cooch eoch yeor for the lost four yeors hos been hord on the teom but Cooch Sund is expected to return for the 1986-87 seoson. Mointoining their high level of spirit even though they hove hod such o hord seoson scorewise shows how ,enthusiostic the teom hos been. First squod hoving o record of O-1 1 ond second squod 3-8 the teom still puts out 1 102 on the court during the gome os well os proctice. Next yeor the teom is bound to do well with six seniors ond fivejuniors return- ing with second yeor Cooch Sund. BUMP SPIKE Dock Row: Cooch Sund, Erlco Rice, Christo Hodson, Jockie Wymon, Heother Hill, i Jono Henl-ie, Emilie Sllbermon, Konld Luton, Dyon Snyder, Mgr. Heother Rice. Middle Row: Oono Meode, Andreo Hoppe, Michelle Bennett, Kerry Mundy, Kimi Rollo. Front Row: Michelle Gullege, Poolo Lowing, Shelly Spencer, Michelle Slgler. if il li 1 f hum LE, , 1 U2 in I we is---........,, 1. Miisiinf' 4 ' ' V 1 E J' me, e. if Q.. XV .. 4 ' N fy. le' . Q -HPV Q -k m ' ...- if H, . X I T 1 42,1 W , , Q'f'fLil "fat A - ,ls iii". vii " .- . . K 1 PA. 1. Andreo, Condy, ond Poolo reody to ploy. 2. Cooch Sund. 3. Jono Henke woiting for the serve. 4. Michelle Bennett moking o greot plon, 5. Teom picture. Next Poge: 1. The teom on o not so serious side. 2. Michelle Bennett ond Angie Griffith in oction. 4. Michelle Gullege moking o spectoculor ploy. 14 44 WE RUN TO VICTORY This yeor proved to be o winner for our Cross-Country Teom. They show- ed us whot orgonizotion could occomplish by running their own reloy- morothon. The teom members ron o totol of 415 miles, eorning 51256.80 then purchosing teom worm-up suits with their hord-eorned money. Cross- Country olso brought to our islond the honor of hoving the District Meet held here on Nov. 1. Gut teom spirit soored ond everyone witnessed our Pirote Pride. Congrotulotions Cross-Country, you ore winners! Cooch Bill Burby hos enough en- thusiosm for the whole Cross-Country Teom! With his sense of humor ond encouragement he inspires o greot teom: Burby is the best! l i .sw I2 Lf 6 7 1. We have the best setting for Cross-Country here on the island. 2. The scores. 3. James Spencer was just one of the many freshmen tojoin this year. 4. Scott Ling continues to be a "record-breaking run- ner." 5. Tonya Gray and Hillery Johnson leading the girls to the top. 6. The Team: Left to Right Diagonal: Joanna Grist, Katie Effert, Genny Amel- ing, Lena Hackeling, Kim Rose, Treca Morris, John Martin, Pat Gray, Joel Cain, James Spencer, Mike Jacobs, Brian Greenrich, David Shepard. Right to Left Diagonal: Derl-1 Lester, John Kimmel, Scott Ling, Aram Meade, Ben Wright, David Anderson, Tricia Morris, Phoebe Johanneson, Kathleen Lewis, Tonyo Gray, Jenni Corstairs, Connie Husmoe. Not Pictured: Tina Jacobs, Shannon Seath, Hillery Johnson. 7. The V.H.S.C.C.T. suited up ready to win. 14 AW -Q "'?2L?5' b, . 1' - ,,, A, f wwf qv f ,fy 5 iid: gm. www Qw VASHON WRESTLERS . . . For Left: Cooch Guglomo looks on os his motmen score o decisive victory over North Moson. Above Left: Senior Trocy Boron tries to muscle his woy in- to position for o tokedown ot the Store tournoment. Left: Mitch Lipp tries to hold his opponent down on his woy to o close 7-5 decision win. Top: Chris Mortin crodles up his opponent for the pin in one of his mony wins for the seoson. Bottom: Cooches Guglomo ond Browne tolk to Jon Mortin ond Corey Rosenow before on importont motch ogoinst Eotonville. "" . ,ig-u-10" Top: Cooch Guglomo, Corey Rosenow, Brion Greenreich, John Mortin, Dovid Anderson, Colby Trotter, Phil Borrero, Chris Mortin, Julie Krojocic, Mike Zuber, Tom Rodke, Mitch Lipp, Gunther Reimitz, Dirk Mulhoir, Bill Frontiero, Jim Cooper, Nick Murto. Bottom: Mork Shepherd wrestles his counterpart to the mot before pinning him for the win. WRESTLETC WIN. Right: Colby Trotter picks on onkle to set up for o pinning cornbinotion. Below: Brion Greenreich sinks ci holf ogoinst his opponent. hu.. Steilocoom Orting' Voshon Voshon Voshon P, Townsend' Voshon 148 Voshon Voshon Eotonville C. Wright Foster Voshon N. Moson -ms-11 Trocy Boron works in o figure four to pin North Moson "f 5 ' + . 9 QQ:-JZ! . . 2 1:45 . 4 X .Hr .Y -Q n .3 .,, my ,rs ,.,g V . , 5 F N 4 we, 5 N Q-fu' .Q : f ' D A bf, .. . ,yw 1 4 43 X ? Q ,. F o 1 .HW 4 , .W f-,Nh 5 9 , 1 A LA..W Lgyfy . ,, 17 w"Q' wp, 4 A Q nl 1 M, 'N 3' JVM I Ya nammmggg, 4-no-li A Hx Y? 'QQ Q Q R fi' 'QF Top Right: Many new formations added to the excitement of our pep assemblies this year. Below: Victory, Victory that's our cry V-I-C-T-O-R-Y!!! Clockwise From Top: Charlene Buckland, Katie Hollister, Debbie Fisk, Tami Allman, Col- leen Pickett. Below Right: The cheerleaders started their season out early by organizing many fund raisers for the summer. Here Megan Brown smiles for us while working at one of the car washes. Bottom Left: A lot of hard work and dedica- tion perfect thisjump done by Colleen Pickett. l JE 1.5 i il E Opposite: Bret Horper ond the other mole cheerleoders odded new excitement. Below: Debbie Fisk prepores to moke ojump. 4m ,ff ,ii ...Mx Middle: Who is thot mosked ope with our Bosketboll ond Wrestling cheerleaders? Above: Cold, roiny weother never scored our Football cheerleoders. Debbie Eisk, Chorlene Bukklond, Colleen Pickett, Tomi Allmon, Kotie Hollister, Megon rown. A SENSE CF PRIDE You wotch corefully os the cheerleoding squods toke their ploces on the floor ond the heot is on. Their moves glide together in perfect timing ond those super smiles just keep on shining. Wotching the routine, you think bock to the begin- ning of your doy . . . ond wonder how such o lousy stort turned into such o nice ending. After oll how could onyone leove the gym without o smile on their foce ond o bit of spirit in their heort. Below: Heidi Syvrid goes for a lay up. Below Right: Lea Duntley shoots for a BREAKING THE PRESS TO SUCCESS Right: Coaches Rotigan and Munger watch the first game of the season. lt was also the first Varsity game that Ratigan cooched. goal of 1002 freethrows. Pounding feet race down the court. The ball flies through the air and into the hot, sweaty hands of a determined Pirate. Cheering fans blocked out of her mind momentarily, she concentrates on only one thing - Sinkin' it. Flashbacks of rebounding drills, freethrows, and lines come to mind . The precisely aimed ball leaves her fingers and enters the basket. Without hesitation. Trying to hide her satisfied srnile, she realizes that all the laughs, free sundaes, and Guardian Angels succeeded in uniting the several individuals bouncing around on a court into the one person who made all the points, assists, rebounds, and steals. Her initials are: AYAGLDDFBSRKMRPLTBCCKAKH. fvzmwdl' D 1 Y 1 P 'fi rf E mi fs TNEPR T S BRE Left: Romono Kolling shoots to end onother excellent seoson. Below: Brendo Stewort Fast Breoks down the court. ARJXTES 15' 1 Opp. Team CWA Sulton Pt. Townsend Steilocom Tocomo Bt. N. Moson Eotonville Seottle Chr. Orting Foster Chimocum Eotonville Orting Foster Orting Vorsity: Bock: Monoger Volerie Lompe, Cooch Munger, Kristo Hod- son, Tereso Buxton, Debbie Fisk, Leo Duntley, Romono Kolling, Allyson Youngblood, Atheno Gonchorre, Cooch Rotigon. Front Row: Meg Robinson, Colleen Pickett, Brendo Steworr, Kori Rice, Peggy Lewis. I 1 'Egg ltr fo M ,...,. ., 2 "Nu Score 5 1 -29 44-27 37-62 60-42 42-36 56-50 32-46 53-42 57-50 3 1 -66 4 1 -29 43-32 32-5 1 33-63 42-44 CCJCDPERATION AND SPIRIT HELP IN ACHIEVING GOALS! A i ll A iigg so Driven by the spirit ond determinotion of Cooch Rochelle Munger, the girls J.V. Bosketboll teom hos put forth much ef- fort during proctice ond gomes to ochieve their gools. Even though ploy- ing ogoinst good teoms, their five-win, six-loss seoson, proved they could hold their own. Cooch Munger brought new ideos to her teom. One of them wos to hove her J.V. ployers pose os "Guor- dion Angels" for the Vorsity, which would inspire them ond boost their spirit. These girls who ploy on the J.V. teom hove worked hord ond their tolent will ,t it greotly help the Vorsity in yeors to come. 61 , -- 'teggifwr if I .fiigff Q ff liifgyziffwl. ' Wzzzmyr W, ', T giiziw' Q Z nf it il, , 2 ' 1 -if A 41 ,r I 4531- i, 'iiifwiiiii - ' X' film L' ' ,za- ' 5 sag iz2a21Q:f'l ., .i y ,.lf.k,V,m.,,f3g,i5wl,,. f, azerimff '- 59" efesisffizflft lf- , X :si :All i in flat 't ,. ,mm f. t 1. - , L., X l2s21eif,1,g.et5.f:s? lf V t figgvlgr fwii iii? i 541 W- , ,.t it . iii? F1 iggf, VL ' .ififliiifigi K. S'21" fini ' f 1 Elflflilg p ii 'iifkifi .?'f3i5'a'f5is?E2tzf55 1i'.',', ,,,.:,.,'lYl!, ffiLvr1ziiz:sig.3,5ilg3i it risk, ,fm iff '15ili:gf1ssmg1'i 45.4 fi , My its, rr 'ia .1 4. war 4, i f . 1. .i,,. ,f.,1 vli'rti't ":if??iiH5zi3fifA'f'3 V. in-N . H0 l .MW vb 1 Clockwise, From Top: Senior D. Fiskjumping high to moke two points. Stretching their orms to retrieve the boll. The J.V. Bosketboll Teom: Top Row. Left to Right: E. Protzeller, C. Holl, S. Holt, N. Motrisciono, H. Aldrich, T. Allmon, S. Woodman, C. Pickett. Bottom Row: S. Lewis, K. Anderson, Cooch R. Munger, K. English, H. Syvrud, C. Pickett ond T. Allmon, toking the boll down court. K. Hodson, K. Effert, K. Rice, ond R. Kolling listening to their cooches suggestions during o time out. B. Stewort, dribbling down the court towords the bosket. A WINNING TEAM . . . The 85-86 teom hod the ingredients to become outstonding - height, quickness ond experience, but locked o consistent floor leoder to inspire the needed teom work to win often. Voshon ployed well in the beginning ond did Ieod the Eostern Division of the Nisquolly Leogue for the first holf of the seoson. Coptoin Nick Rollo, Bret Horper ond Robert Kernell groduoted but o strong Junior closs should provide the nucleus for next yeor's teom. lm- proved boll hondling, consistent rebounding ond o sincere commit- ment will moke Voshon o definite Nisquolly Leogue contender for the 86-87 seoson. Honors - Dorren Scovel ond Nick Rollo were selected to the Voshon Holidoy Tournoment All-Stor Teom. R This Poge, Clockwise from Up- per Right: Senior Robert Kernell shoots for two, Dorren Scovel mokes o grob for it, Bill Burby shows how not to use o microphone during o gome while Steve Seors looks ony Another rousing, excitement fill- ed Pirote gome in progress. 156 vw Q" ,WAV T 'Q f -X fr- -'Ls 'M .IH 'l NN ' This Page, Clockwise from Top: Coach Kloke goes over a game plan while son Brandt looks ony Kloke surveys the substitutes during a game, The 85-86 Pirate Basketball Team: Back Row, Left to Right: P. Plancich, D. Bacon, M. Nakaya, B. Harper, R. Singer, D. Scovel, P. Chorak, J. Palmer, J. Hendryx, R. Kernell, N. Rollo. Second Row: Asst. Coach P. Ross, K. Rollo, S. Farwell, S. Hamlow, P. Alessi, E. Brandt, D. Webster, P. Engels, M. Richardson, Coach D. Kloke. Third Row: N. Jones, K. Solandros, J. Minier, M. Ofden- campg Davey Bacon steals the ball. Top: Our 1985-66 C-Squod Chris Romsell, Tom Brozill Jessie Overton, Trevor Bennett Arom Meode, Kyle Buxton Brion Meyer, Rolf Lourentzen Steve Myers, Jon Chollmon Cooches: Mr. Anderson ond Mr. Miller. 158 Top Right: Mott Nokoyo moking o quick drive to the bosket. Right: Jim Polmer - You better JUMP! NEEDS THE RIGHT INGREDIENTS! Remember the mid-winter Tues- doy ond Fridoy night scene? With the bleochers full ond the fons ready to go? Suddenly o cheerleader screoms - the time hos come ond there's no turning bock. From the locker room, o single wove of toll green figures sweeps the gym ond oround the court. After o quick worm-up of foncy drills the buzzer sounds for the gome to begin. A huddle ot the bench to get the cooches' finol instructions. The sound of teoring velcro, the sweots ore tossed on the bench, os the teom introductions begin with the jump of the boll the gome is under woy. Now! - lt's your turn to put forth your Pirote spirit! Left: introducing our wonderful coaches: Heod cooch Kloke ond cooch, Ross. : A r irfr hwy ,,,. ,r.4 A ' I V :KV .. .. r,.,.r,., Jr. ., ,?,,Mr,,,, Wg: K , , rf ,W .A.' I : , 1 ' A it , ,., , , r- W , . H r - .'.'. , V T7 ' ig J. . p .t s f M, I ,, l I .g 3 kV,' , 5 , is V. , . K ,,,,...- 5 A V ,,5,, ,.f.,. W . . . W '11 A . r A Top: A Pirote swish! gi !s,r I ,gamma gina: I Opposing Teom Chorles Wright Port Townscend North Kitsop Steilocoom West Seattle Mission B.C. Tocomo Boptlst North Moson Eotonville Seottle Christian Boinbridge Orting Foster Chimocum Eotonville Seottle Chrisrion Bainbridge Orting Foster CPLAYOFFD ,I Port Townsend Score fVHSfOpponentQ 50-41 67-60 52-57 or 52-66 66-51 57-67 50-67 73-66 5665 71-76 57-66 5550 62-59 51-57 51-56 7556 5665 54-74 7673 CPLAYOFFQ 51-55 Hmm Hs, M,,,,,,-.,.,,. ,. .,..,....un1L...na1,l3ull 2.96115 each: ,ssgihlll - tggmwtorh LL Plarfsr of, riua.lci35fmELQi5 - JMR nh 5 ' Eifobiinqii Q35,i Es, me i'i " conlroi ilodicutioiil ag H 5.,. -W 7 if N2Uiri'1CZm, stfudcSriiQB56'Li,gQ. Zuni-sig on 'clanh opporfleni., 555150---4, tl H tb il season- fl' eases. ,osao Leeds. ' ha Ci, tgp, giving .,5. .RlGiC.S-...HZWLV Top Left Nick Rollo shoots for two. Left Peter Chorok - Nice ond eosy! 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AMY KOSIR - EDITOR Endsheets, Cover Design, Opening, Cheerleoders, Division Poges, Closing, Credits ADRIAN KERSHAW - PHOTO EDITOR PEGGY NELSON - ADVISOR AIMEE AIKEN - Advertising, Activities HALLIE ALDRICH - Opening, division Poges, Clubs, Girls' Bosketboll JACKIE BADER - Seniors, Foculty 6 Acodemics, Activities, Advertising MICHELLE BENNETT - Opening, Foculty C1 Acodemics, Activities, Boys' Bosketboll WENDY BLAIR - Opening, Division Poges, Clubs, Advertising CHARLENE BRATHWAITE - Photogropher TERESA BUXTON - Seniors, Foculty 6 Acodemics, Potron Ads JENNY CARSTAIRS - Photogropher ANDY DAWDY - Photogropher BECKY FOSMARK - Girls' Tennis, Color Insert, Clubs, Girls' Bosketboll CARLA FULLER - Clubs, Advertising JENNY HANNAH - Opening, Foculty C1 Acodemics, Clubs, Advertising KATIE HOLLISTER - Seniors, Foculty 6 Acodemics, Activities JILL KNAPPER - Opening, Sophomores, Clubs DEETER MARTIN - Footboll, Foculty 6 Acodemics, Cheerleaders, Closing SHEILA MATSUDA - Girls' Soccer, Juniors, Activities, Advertising TROY NEBEKER - Seniors, Homecoming JENNIVER NIEDERMAIR - Cross-Country, Color Insert, Clubs, Advertising JENNY PROVO - Opening, Foculty G Acodemics, Clubs, Boys' Bosketboll KIM ROLLO - Boys' Soccer, Juniors, Freshmen, Index CAREY ROSENOW - Seniors, Homecoming, Activities, Wrestling JULIE SCHUBERT - Opening, Sophomores, Clubs, Advertising AARON SIEGRIST - Photogropher MARK TONKIN - Photogropher JOE WALD - Seniors, Homecoming, Activities, Wrestling JIM WHITNEY - Volleyboll, Juniors, Freshmen, Index . s ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS As Editor of the 1985-86 Yeorbook I would personolly like to thonk the following people for their speciol effort on the pro- duction of the Yeorbook this yeor: Annette Kostenko, Phil Bor- rero, Porker Photos, Flosh Photo, Howord Joslin - Yeorbook Rep., our supporting lslond businesses ond teochers ond those who took the extro time to help ot deodlines. Thonk-you, Amy Kosir lndex Abdul-Aziz Atyla Abramoff, Jeff . . . ........... 60, 75 Ackerman, Ric .... .... 4 1, 62, 75, 96,81 Adamson, Mark ....................... 100 Adklson, Diane ......................... 19 Adklson, Talln ................. 41, 75, 87, 96 Aiken, Aimee .... 34, 35, 50, 100, 102, 107, 138. 139, 177 An1e11,A11dy .................. 119, 122, 130 Aldrich, Hallie ....... 50,71,119,122,155,177 Alessi, Pedro .......................... 157 Allman, Tami . 43, 58, 100, 102, 139, 150, 151, 154, 155 Alton, Theodore ..................... 75, 96 Alumbau h Matt .... .......... 1 00,102 9 1 Amellng, Genny .... . . . Anderson, Brion .... .... 42.43, 44, 110, 145 41, 55, 75, 79, 81, 96 Anderson, Dovld .... ............ 1 19, 145 Anderson, Erlc ...... ...... 3 8, 39, 46, 1 19 Anderson, Krissy .... . . . 36, 110, 141, 155 Angevine, Donna .... ............. 1 07 Ares, Shane ....... .........,. 1 19 Arthur, Richard . . . Bacon, Dove ..... Bader, Jackie .... Bole, Allen ..... Baron, Tracy .... ....110,112 .....27,110, 130,157 .......37,50,100,177 ...55758196146148 1 1 1 1 Barrera, Phil ................... 37, 1 10, 1 12 100 Beall Jackie .... Beall, Chris. .41, 71, 76, 83, 90, 96, 134, 135, 182 Beeson, Nicole .................. 38, 39, 119 101 110 Beeson, Peter ....... . . . . . 36, 38, 39, 100. Belfrage, Chris .... .............. Bell, Anjanette Bell, Sopia ........ Bennett, Trever .................... 1 19, 1 19 Belleveau, Aaron ................... 45, 1 19 158 177 Bennet, Michelle . . 50, 51, 61, 100, 142, 143, Benson, Bily . ., ........................ 119 Bergin, Kevin ...............,.......... 71 Beyer, Amy Blair, Wendy . . . 37, 44, 45, 50, 58, 118, 120, 177 Blomgren, Mary ...... 36, 43, 69, 100, 105, 141 Bognar, Tom ......................... 100 Bowman, Aaron ....................... 120 Braithwaite, Charlene . 36, 44, 45, 47, 50, 61 , 1 10, 1 17 Brandt, Eric ...... Brazlll, Russ ...... Brazlll, Tom . 1 .... Bremner, Andrew. Brenno, Patricia. . . Broncheau, Gini. . . Brown, Megan . . . Brown, Mike .... Brown, Steve . . . Browne, Chris .... Browne, Freya . . . Bruce, Bob ...... Bryce, Bill ....... Buckland, Charlene ...... 36 110 139 150 Buholm, Mark .... Burby, Bill ....... Burns, Sean ..... .............100,130,157 130158 120, 1 25, . ...........30,110 ..........69,76,77,81,96 .............40,41,76,81 ....343655100139151 1 1 1 1 .76 .... 19,100,130 ... . 37,120,127 .. .................. 19 110 , , , ,151 .. ................. 120 17,19,69,144,156 ............76,96 Buxton, Daron ...................... 19, 76 Buxton, Kyle. 120 125 130 158 Buxton, Teresa' .':311,1i.'3,'55,'62, 99,'100,'102,'153, 177 Cain, Corin . . . Cain, Joel ...... Colder, Logan .... Calder, Mike .... 178 120, 122,145 . ..76,96,182 Cannell,' Bob ..... Carlin, John ....... ....130, 132,133 100 Carpenter, Kim ........................ Carroll, Debbie ....................... Carstairs, Jenni. . . . . . .37 . . .50, 58, 59,109,110,145 130 Carry, Sean .................. 62, 76, 96, Caughell, Heather ......... 34, 36, 56, 106, 1 1 Challman, Jon ..,.. Chosen, Mott .... . . ..58,127,130, ........45,110,112,135 100 Chosen, Sarah ................... 27, 43, Chavarry, Rod ..... . .38, 43, 57, 78, 86, 96, Cheng, Ben .... ................ 1 00. Chorak, Peter .... Chunn, Janci. . . Church, Jeff ...... Clark, Dave ....... Coblentz, Corrina . . . Comstock, Dan Comstock, Sarah. . . Cooper, Brad . . . , Cooper, Jim . . . Cote, Ellen ..... Cox, Liz .......... Creighton, Dave .... Cromwell, Don. . . Daniel, Down .... Daniel, Lyle . . . 135 135 ..........100,157,158 ......100,107 107 .. 2f3f 107 .....41,77,78,96 . ............... 107 . . . aa, 49, 99, 1oo, 183 ... 34,118, 120, 130, 133 . .... 78,96 ....,130 ...110 17,31,48,60 9 1 eff' .iig- I J BP . Davidson, Coral ....................... 120 120, 130 Davidson, Ed ...... Davidson, Richard . . Davis, Kristen ..... . ................ 120 . . . . 39, 44, 57. 58, 59, 79 182 Dawdy, Andrew ......... 36, 50, 100, 177, Delaney, Mickey .... ............ 1 00, 132 Denend, Tad ...... Derrlg, Kelly ...... Deyoung, Kristen .... Dohm, Judy ...... Dorsey, Jlm ..... Doyle, Donna .... . . . . 38 39 86 100 ..........20,21 ...20 21 Dmhos, Erlk .......................... 1 11 120 Drugge, Damon ....................... Dunn, Ron. ............,............. 111 .43 6162 79 96152153 Duntley, Lea ...... Edwards, Erlc .... Effert, Katie .... ..........107 ....102, 145,154 Elston, Brian ........................ 80, 96 Elston, Cheryl ..... ...... 43 , 1 1 1 Endlich, Geoffery .................. .... 1 20 Endlich, Warren .... , ........... 40, 41, 80, 96 Engels, Paul ..... 34, 99, 102, 107, 130, 131, 157 English, Kerry ...... Farwell, Sage .... Ferris, Blll ....... ............37,111,155 . ...38,111-,114,130,157 17, 20, 21 Ferris, Shirley ....................,..... 21 Ferry, Lione . 111115 Fisk, De-bor.-1 .'.bl1, b1f 95 91,' 139,- 151,'152. Flowers, Kelly ...... Forsythe, Lori ..... 153,155 Fosmork, Becky .......... 43, 50, 141, 102, 177 Fredenburg, Christy . . Fredenburg, Mike . .....37,40,41,77,81,96 Fredrickson, Lanny .... .............. 1 11 Fredrickson, John ..... . .A. 80, 96 Eredrickson, Tim . . . ............. 111. 114 Frontiero,7Bill .... ............... 1 21, 130 Fuller, Carla ..... .... 50 , 109, 111, 141, 177 Fuller, Deon .... ............. 1 02, 105 Gabri, Natalie .... 121. 127 Ganchorre, Athena Ganchorre, Votaire Garcia, Monique. . Garland, Brltto .... Garlick, Susan . . . Garrott, Bill ..... Gibbons, Joyce. . . Godfrey, Corrie bl11'1b2a'111'11l1' 141 , , , , 153 39, 55, 57, 80, 91, 96, 130. 139 ......111 .....7,121 2146 ff5b1s9,111 ......17,21 Goldsmith, Jason .... ............... Gray, Darin ...... Gray, Pat ...... Gray, Tonya ..... Green Jamie .... ........41,80,96, ....38,58,61 Gree-111 John. . . 17,-21, 511, 55, 129, 156 Green, Skip ........ Greenrlch, Brian .... 125, 135, 145, 146 Gribneau, Chris ..... 121 182 . 121, 145 145 107 .102, 1131.132 . . . 17,23 , 148, 183 ..-15, 121 . .1 Gribneau, Naomi ................... 36, 102 Grlffln Barbara , ......................... 61 Grlfflth, Angle . 34, 35, 36, 49, 56, 62, 99, 102, 143 Grlmsley, Heather .......... 61, 90, 92, 96, 141 Grist, Joanna ........................ 61 , 96 Griswold, Amy . . . ......... 36, 121 Griswold, Jim .... ....... 7 9, 62, 96 Gugloma, Mlck ...... .......... 1 7, 23, 146 Gullage, Michelle ..... .... 1 09, 111, 142, 143 Guthrie, Carrie ..... Hockellng, Leno ...... 43, 74, 76, 62, 66, 96, Hall, Carmen .... . . . . . . Halsey, Ariel ....... 36, 36, 44, 45, 46, 102, Hamlow, Craig . . 46, 49, 69, 63, 61, 96, 112, Hamlow, Scott ................ ........ Hannah, Jenny ........... 49, 50, 51, 102, Hanson, Breck .... .............. 1 12, Hanson, Julle ......................... . ..... 37,45,121, 145 155 107 135 157 177 135 121 Hardman, Lana ....... 37, 41, 60, 62, 66, 90, 96 Harms Zum Spreckle, Christian ............ 121 Harper, Bret . . . 34, 36, 55, 57, 56, 59, 74, 62, 66, Harper, Derik . . . Harris, Donnie . . . Harris, Dan Harris, James .... Hart, Bill ....... Hart, Bob .... Hart, Clndy ..... Hart, Sally ...... Hartness, Dayna. Harczo, John .... Hass, Willy ..... Hayes, Richard . . Hendryx, Jason . . Henke, Jona .... Hill, Heather . . . Hill, Michael .... Hlll, Tracy ...... Hodson, Krista. . . Hoffman, Diane . Hoffman, Douglas ...,.. Hoffman, Karllyn Hollister, Katie .... .... Hollister, Sally . . . Holmes, Toby . . . Halt, Charlie .... Halt, Stacey ...... .... Hook, Rosle .... Hoppe, Andrea . Haven, Colby . . . Haven, Dana . . . Hunt, Justen .... 96,13O,131,136,151,157 . ........... 102,121,130 ... . .37, 60, 69, 63, 96 . . . . 42, 46, 63, 67.96, 97 ........42,46,64,67 . . .............. 37,121 . . 36, 43, 44, 64, 92, 96 ............... .102 ........41,71.,63,96 ..............45,60,64,96 .56 69 99,102 163 107 157, ......l.....65,96l142, ......41,43,77,65,96, 143 142 ,102 154 ...........101 ....112,142,153, .......55,64,96,135 .50,102,139,150,151 136 30, 36, 46, 60, 122 , 135 . ............. 55, 65, 96 .44,122,127,141,155 ........37,122,127 ...........103,142 ...74, 65, 66, 96 .....119,122 ........112 Hunter, Greg ........ Husmoe, Constance . . . . Isles, Andrea .... Isles, Tobin .... lrlsh, Dr. Ann .... Jackson, Billy .... Jackson, Brian ..... Jackson, Marcene .... Jackson, Shauna ..... Jacobs, Mike ......... Jacobs, Tlna ........ ..37,46,111 112,145 . . . 652 95, 96 46, 62, 69, ....3,17,23 ...112 .....122 .....42,103 .....37,122 102,103 , 145 ....103,145 Fi, sms ' 'ix N. 'ii W' pn-ur . 1.1 n.r.'.,- 3 'mia V525 - .2 U 'l qsvvw i uwg, 4'-U wsu 4.-..-... .t......, YQ X l JU Jarvls, Devin . . . Jarvls, Jennifer . . . Jenkins, Kun ....... ....45, 112,135 .......43,96 ...........112 Jenkins, Lisa . ...................... 11, 101 103 Johnson, Hlllery .......... 36, 43, 145, 102, 1 13 Johanneson, Phoebe ........ 46, , , 145 103 122 Johnson, Lee ...... Janes. Billy . . . Jones, Noelle . . . . 113 Janes, Jesse .... ...36, 71, , ,113 157 121 Jung Ko, Sue. . . 111 136.139, ...44,116, 119, Kankel, Loulse ..,................ 17, 23, 40 Kossik, Kelth .......... 7 Kernell, Robert. 43, 57, Kershaw, Adrian ....... Kim, Chongwa . . . Klm, Conguni .... Kimmel, Greg .... Kimmel, Jackie. . . Kimmel, Jenny. . . Kimmel, John ...... Kimmel, Shannon ..... 4,66,96,134, 135.156, 157 ....50,74,67,96, 163 .........76,67,96 122127 '. '. '. bb, -1021 1oaf ........113. 1111661165 Kirkland, Marianne ..................... 1 13 Kirschner, Brad ..... Klake, Doug ....... . Knapper, Jill ......... Kneeland, Robert ..... Knutsen, Dusten .... ....36,36,39, , 135 115 122 145 .......37,122, 125 123 135 .. 17,23,130,132,157 109 113 .........41,66,96 .........12-3 Knutson, Amy ......................... 76 Knutson, Cathleen ............. 46, 76, 66,96 Kolling, Ramona .... 55, Kosir, Amy ........... 101,103, 152,153, 154 49, 50, 51, 55, 103, 177 Kostes, Heather ........ .... . . . 37, 62, 67, 96 Krajacic, Julie . . . . .............69,123 Lawing, Paola . . . 42, 43, 44, 61, 66, 92, 96, 142, 143 Lee.Lora....... LeHet, Jennifer . . . Lester, Dirk . ..... . . . . . . 56,113,136,139 ..........113,117 ...........103,145 Lewls, Kathleen .... ............ 6 6, 91, 96 103 153 Lewis, Peggy ..... .... , Lewis, Suzy ........... ... . . . . . 37, .34,106,109,113,155 103 Lincavage, Rachel ..................... . 19 99 102 103 Ling, Scott ......... . . Lipp, Mitch ....... Llttle, Kristi . . . , , , ,145 ........36,113,135 179 Ljubich, Mardi .... . . . 86, 88, 96 Long, Lisa ....... ...... 1 04 Lopez, Jamie ...... ..... 44 , 104 Lorentzen, Karsten . . . ...... 104, 107 Lorentzen, Rolf ..... . . . 123, 130, 131 Lozon, Wynn ........ ......... 2 4 Ludwigsen, Debra .... .....,... 1 13 Luhr, Sid .......... ........... 1 17 Luhr, Stuart ...... .... 4 5, 107, 123 Lund, Mary .... .... 6 9, 108, 113 Luton, Kandi ..... ..... 1 08, 113, 142 Lynch, Rochelle .... . . . 36, 113, 138, 139 Macapia, Ele. . . .... 46, 101, 104, 141 Mahurin, Phil .... ........ 2 4, 25, 42 Manning, Kurtis .................. 44, 99, 104 Marchesi, Mario ....................... 123 Marlatt, Patrick . . 41, 55, 78, 89, 91, 96, 130, 113336 Marsh, Jeff . . . ................... 62, 113 Martin, Chris .... . . . 112, 113, 130, 147, 149 Martin, Danelle ........ 50, 51, 55, 99, 104, 177 Martin, John ...... Martin, Paul ........ Matrisciano, Nicole ...... Matsuda, Sheila ...... Mattocks, Hilary ........ Maxwell, Erin .... . . . May, Nikki ...... McCall, Rick ...... McCann, Melanie .... Mclntyre, Todd ...... McKenna, Derek .... . McMosters, Aaron . . . . . McVeigh, Sean .... Meade, Aram. . . Meade, Oona. . .. Meyer, Brian ...... Meyer, Ron ........ Meyers, Jennifer ..... Meyers, Steve Middling, Candi . . . Mielbrecht, Cheryl . . . Milat, Michelle ...... . . Miller, Steve ..... . . . Minier, Jenny . . . . . . ...123,145,146,159 ......45,104,123 ..........104,155 Matrisciano, Richard .............. 46, 50, 78, 81, 89, 96 545,-47,.1.1.3,'1'1.5 .' ......... 125 ....11-3,115 ....38,61, 124 . . '. '56, '56, 2125, hi 1 .41, 89, 96 177 123 104 124 104 104 113 124 135 113 113 142 135 ........24,25,61 ....46,69,104,141 124 ....37,124 ..........88,90,96 .............113,130 36, 38, 39, 113, 138, 157 Moffer, Tracy .... .................. Mol, Billy ......... . . More, Deborah . . . More, Mike ..... Morgan, Fawn .... Morgan, Melia Morris, Treca .... Morris, Trecia ..... Morrison, David . . . Moss, Eric .......... Moss, Pat ........................ ...41,89,96, ...124, .......38. .88 104 104 130 113 145 124 104 30, 81, 89, 96 Muggenthaler, Emily ...... 37, 43, 60, 82, 90, 96 Mulhair, Dirk ...................,.. 119 124 Munday, Ben ....... Mundy, Kerry ..... Munger, Rochelle .... Murano, Joe ...... Murto, Nick ..... Nagel, Millie ...... ....43,49,104 ....152,153: .....38,46,60. ,....38,124, ......25 Nakaya, Mathew .... .......... 9 9, 104, Neal, Brian ....... Nebeker, Troy. . . Neifort, Troy . . . Nelson, Diana .... Nelson, Kevin. . . Nelson, Peggy .... New, Shawn New, Mark Newbill, Gary ............... 124, 130 124 142 155 114 130 114 157 ...............38,124 .....27, 50, 55, 90, 96, 81 ..............28,124 ....125, 127,130 17,24,25,50 ........17,25 Niedermair, Jenniver ......... 50, 71, 104, 177 Nottingham, Sue . . .....38, 39, 43,69, 114, 141 Nybe-rg, More . . . 36,41 112, 114, 138, 1:39, 141 Ofdenkamp, Midge .... 114, 117, 118, 138, 139. 157 Olney, Jennifer. . . Olsen, lan ....... Olsen, Neil ..... Omo, Stacy ...... Otsuka, Steve .... Otsuka, Tricia ........ .. ......... 37,111,114 ..........125 ...........125 ....49,81,90,96 .. ....... 42,104 ........114 Oullette, Jean-Pierre Overton, Jesse ....... ' 1 Palmer, Jim ...... ... 125 49, 69, 99, 101, 104, 134, 157 Parker, Christina ................ 38, 125, 141 Patrick, Rachelle .................... 38, 104 Payne, John .... Perry, Jan ...... Perry, Joey .... .........104 .........17,25 ...112, 114, 135 Person, Osman ....................,... 125 Peter, Rebecca ..................... 49, 114 Pickett, Colleen . . 34, 36, 56, 11.4, 139, 150, 151, 154, 155 Pickett, Matt ............... 71, 104, 107, 153 Pierce, Colin .... Plancich, Paul . . . Portholes, The .... Proffitt, Carrie .... Protzeller, Erica. . . Provo, Jenny . . . Pruitt, Jon .,...... Purdom, Steve . . . Putnam, Martha .... Puz, Brian ........ Radford, Mark .... time ..............37,58 ...27, 104,130,157 ......40,41,91 ...50,104, 107,177 ....45,61,121,125 ...........115 '.'1os5,'1'1'1' '115' 156' Radke, Martha ....... , , , Radke, Tom .......................... Ramsell, Christopher ................ . Ratigan, Michele ..... Reddick, Roy ...... Redfield, Scott .... Reed, Randy . . . Reidt, Dylan ..... Remnitz, Gunter .... Rice, Carol ....... Rice, Erika ...... 115 139 125 115 ....17,25,152,153 ........111,115 ...........115 ......,109,115 148 .........107. ...33,114,115, 135 .....34,118,125,142 105 Rice, Garry ................ 99, , 135, 182 Rice, Heather .......... 49, 122, 125, 127, 142 Rice, Kari. . .37, 55, 57, 90, 91, 96, 141, 153, 154 Richards, Terry ......................... 27 Richardson, Mellissa Richardson, Ted .................. Robinson, Amy. . . Robinson, Megan . Rock, David .... Roen, Dale ...... Rogers, Colleen . . . 122,125,157 42,91,96 .........78,90,93,96,141 .34, 37, 47, 56, 115, 117, 141. 153 ......105 . .... 81,93 Rogers, Elizabeth . . . .... 38, 116 Roll, Doug .... . .................... 91, 97 Roller, Tim ..,...................... 17, 27 Rollo, Kim ....... 49, 50, 99, 101, 105, 142, 157 Rollo, Nicholas ............. 34, 35, 93, 97, 157 Rosa, Richard ...................... 38, 125 Rose, Kim ........ .... ....,. 3 8 ,69, 125, 145 Rosenburger, Bill. Rosenow, Carey . . ................27,69,145 37, 41, 50, 64, 93, 96, 97, 81 . 177, 146, 147 Ross, Phil ............................ 157 Rubicz, Rohina .... ........ 1 16 Rusk, Cheryl .... . . . 44, 116 Sandiford, Jesse ..... .... 2 3, 45, 83, 93, 97 Schafer, Ruben. . . ........... . 125 Schlossman, Mike Scholz, Dan ...... Schubert, Julie ..., Scott, Eric . . .... Scott, Justin. . . . . Scovel, Darren . . . Sears, Steve .... Seath, Kyle ....... Seath, Shannon .... Setchell, Mike ..... Setchell, Jennie . . . Shepard, David .... Shepard, Mark .... ....50,51,109,116, 182 177 105,130,131,156,157 ......27,69,109,156 ............125,126,135 ..........36,43,105,145 34,49, 50,81, 126,127, 141, 177 .......38,45,60,126,145 ......38,39,105,130,147 Shepard, Mr. David. . . .... .......... 2 7, 38 Sherman, Rain . . . Shultz, Mike ...... Sie rlst Aaron g , .... Sigler, Michelle . . . Silberman, Emilie . Simonson, Jim .... Simonson, Stewart Simpier, Darin .... Singer, Richard . . . Smlth, Dan ..... Smith, Duane .... Smith, Marge .... Smith-Buls, Phoebe Snaza, Bud ..... Snaza, Kyle ..... Snow, Bret Snyder, Bettie. . . Snyder, Darcy .... Snyder, Dyan .... Snyder, Morgan . . Solandros, Kari . . . Spalding, Kathy . . Sparks, John ..... Spencer, James ...... 38, 58, 118, 125, 126 . . ........... 37, 126 ....37,60,92,93,99 .........125,126 .........126,142 . . .... 38, 99, 105, 142 . .. ......... , 105 130 .62 117 .... '..71 .,.49.58,99,106,157 106 "IlIIQ1I15Qb7,41 .... ............2e,29 .H.HHHHnMAsno .. .... 17,25,28,29,182 106 ..........102, ....37,42,43 61 93 97 ......56,109,111,116,142 .. ......... 40,78,93,97 139 .....38,116,138, .. ............ ..57,106 145 Spencer, Shelly ................ 109, 116i 142 106 Squires, Becky ...................... 49,- Stewart, Brenda .... 37, 41, 55, 93, 97, 153, 154 Stoddard, Jenny ........ 1 ........ 25, 40, 106 Stoltz, Dave ..... ................... 1 07 Stougard, Chris . . . ..... 116, 135 Stougard, Pat .... . . . 28, 29, 37, 40 Sturza, John ......... ..... 1 26, 130 Suddeth, Kenneth .... ..... 4 1, 94, 97 Sund, Cindy ............ 4. ....... 28, 29, 142 Swanson, Amy. . Syvrud, Heidi. . . Taft, Heather Taft, Tim ...... Taylor, Bob ....... Taylor, Michael Taylor, Whitney . . Thomas, Denise . . Thompson, Brent. ..,. Thompson, Gerry . Thompson, Kris . . . Thompson, Paul . . Timss, Jason ..... Tokar, Alex ...... Tamei, Andrea . . . Tonkin, Mark ..... Trotter, Colby .... Tuma, Teale . . . Tuma, Tris .... Urban, Chris .... Vadnais, Teresa . . . .. ........,....... 116 37,116, 117,183, 155 ....126 ......37,109,116 .........38,39,115 102, 105, 106 17,29 .......34,49, 101, 106,107 . .... 112,116,130 ......36,38,46. . .... 44, 45, 69, 117 ........50,121 .........116 ....106,125 ....41,94 23, 34, 62, 94, 97. Van Matre, Steven ..................... Van Matre, Toni .... .......... 2 9, 42, ...38,39,46,105. Vinson, Anne Marie .... Vandeusen, Kristen Visconty, Gregor. . Visconty, Sasha. . . .f'fffd6,1iif1cti .........12a, Wall,David... .............121,126 Wallace, Pam ..... 42, 43, 44, 58, 59, 77, 95, 97 Wallrof, Nancy ...................... 29, 40 Walters, Joel . . .......... . ..... 17, 29, 48, 49 ' 130 Watters, Charlie ......... , ....... 36, 116, Webster, David ....... 46, 69, 99, 107, 130, 157 Weinstein, Elon ..................... 45, 126 Weinstein, Nancy ............,... . . . . . . . 30 Westerhausen, Brandi .... ...... 1 07 Weston, Sandy ......................... 95 White, Bill ...... ' .....,............. 45, 107 White, Shannon ....................... 107 Whitney, Jim ......... 45, 50, 99, 101, 107, 177 Wickham, Brian ................... 116, 130 81 94 97 134 Wiley, Chris . 47, 55, 57 ,,,, , 135, 138 Wiley, Kyle ................... 126, 135, 148 Williams, Martha .................. ...... 3 0 Williams, Todd ....... ......... 1 30 Winebrenner, Reid .... ...... 1 07 Winebrenner, Russell .... ....... 1 07 Woodard, Martha ..... .... 1 7, 30, 37 Woodman, Marla. . . ...... 38, 39, 107 Woodman, Sara .... . . . . 126, 127, 155 Wooten, Elena .... .......... 1 26 Wright, Ben ..... ....... 1 26, 145 Wright, Kelly .... ............. 9 4 Wright, Tom .... .... 5 8, 62, 130, 107 Wyatt, Silver .... ............ 1 16 Wyman, Jackie ..... . . . 107, 142 Wyman, Victoria .... .... 3 7, 126 .. ,tw ss- -- Ybarra, Jenny ................... ...... 1 07 Youngblood, Allyson ..... 37, 111, 116, 117, 153 Youngblood, Jenny . . 37, 55, 81, 90, 94, 97, 153, 183 Wald, Joe . . 21, 36, 47, 50, 55, 58, 60, 81, 95, 97. 116, 130 Wald, John Zellerhoff, Julie ............. 43, 85, 90, 95, 97 Zuber, Mike ................ 34, 46, 112, 116 YW TIMES MOVE CDN, BUT As the school yeor comes to o close ond summer is in the oir you reolize thot mony of the foces thot you poss by eoch doy in the holls will be miss- ing from the scenery ot Voshon High next yeor. Mony of the old foces will return next yeor, but in the following yeor or moybe in the next couple of yeors you will be one of those foces thot will be missing. Sure, school hos olwoys been one of the first items on the top of your comploint listg if you stop ond think obout your high school yeors, you reolize just how much fun you've hod. You've mode new friends, hod mony loughs ond shored 5 in oll the excitement. Your high school yeors ore definitely ones to be cherished. Upper Right: Andy Dowdy shows us o bit of the Old West. Above: Bud Snozo lounges owoy his sum- mer doys. Opposite: Students gother in the librory to receive their Acodemic Awords. X if , Opposite Right: Left to Right: A. McMosters, C. Proffit, G. Bron- Qjmwi I lx I cheou, M. Snyder ond D. Groy help out with the X-mos cheer, j X, F, ,f YV .1 7 it r f r ff A 'Xsgfg Below: The fomilior rush to cotch o bus. f ff X 1.7" ' tj, j . .JKO l is 'F gn is K ,V - fj,f,,ff - JAZZ: V, . If .N il X ff X I. F K7 ' 'f " f, C-y fi.: V .1 . ff J 5 , QJE f fy df! 'L' ,-f' ' ,A lf, 7fto-. -1 'T' JZ f' XX fs, 1 1 Z fps .f .,ff.J, f af , Q .f of 0 X f C fu X t X NX! iq-N fx .x r If Fix! XJ? 1' f wffx g f 2- kJ fl ' f If , , .AA 'Y fffi A :ful 1.4 fs, M., in xx ,I fuxvtgi 1 X ff, 5777 7- r Above: Joson Hendryx tries to set o new trend jfff . . . guys weoring peorls. Try ogoin next yeor i Joson. .f If 1 CV., Upper Left: Left to Right: Solly Hort, Jono Henke ond Kofi Solondros, whot hoppend girls? Forget to get dressed this morning? Lower Left: All right Jim Cooper ond Brion Greenrich, whot kind of trouble did you two get gi into? ?ffN5ff,,W.fKiQjA7.e -A,AJ2., . . . THE MOMENTS ARE CHERISHED As the 1985-86 school yeor winds down, we often look bock ot some of the memories it brought obout. Looking bock to the excitement of the footboll seoson, wondering if the ployer loying out on the field wos hurt ond if so, would he be okoy? Or how obout those few donces we've hod this yeor . . . wos the gorgeous Senior reolly looking ot you? Our First Mole Beouty Pogeont come obout this yeor ond those guys reolly got up there ond strutted their stuff. I Our weother wos o bit unusuol this yeor. Most people enjoy hoving o white Christmosp it come obout ot Thonksgiving. The snow brought obout o lot of difficult situotions, but it olso got us two doys of "NO SCHOOL." Too bod we hod to moke it up on one of our vocotion doys in Februory ond one doy ot the end of the yeor. lt's omozing how we con get so excited obout the weother when it hits 50 degrees, but going from lost summer's hot weother into o very cool foil ond winter, it mokes complete sense. The yeor progressed rother slowly it seemed, but looking bock to the mony events of the yeor, they mode it oll worthwhile ond o little eosier to monoge. Summer is opprooching us rother quickly ond the smell of sunton oil is in the oir. 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