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sanctuaries when we paused to confernplate thr changes in our lives or eornplete our hornework. 1. On their way to their locker, Karla Neuenswander, Gina Chugg, Sharlene Brown and Patti Broadbent travel down a crowded hall. 3. Choosing difterent lunch activities, some prefer the warm sun, others the dark halls. 4. A'warm sunny hall provides Laura Perrett a place to study. 5. ln a restful moment Doug Haack soaks up some sun.

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SCHOOL


Classes . . . Speeding one hundred rniles per hour in the driving sirnulalors, the slale swealu smell of fhe P.E. roorns after

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We drove to school on cold rnislg rnornings. Packed like sardines we piled in and ouf of buses in the chaotic loading zone. 1.

After a hard day's work students board the the cold light of morning school. 3. As Perrv Wil-

of

, Kart Mitler describes the

his car. 4. Talking over the day's events, John Sluys, Jeff Weimar, and Mike Ruedebusch wait for their bus. 5. Students arrive features

early to get a parking spa@.

MOV EAfiENT

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Our lherne for the weekends was "let the good tirnes roll," and

wgdid...

We wenl to garnes and hoped our screarns and cheers would help our fearn win. We gave our all to conquer the cornpetifion, and celebraled at parties.

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REFLECT'ONS


Now il's over . . . We plan our lives and go forurard. Bui sometirnes things rernind rne and I look back, tnelnories crowding rnu rnind, a smile plaging on rng

lips..o I rernember and cherish these dags of

goulh. Rhonda Hansen 1. ln the closing mofir,n await their diplonas. 3.

the rams. One class summer.

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4. FiMing peaoe and nlitude away

from the active crowds, Jeft Russll reads a

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insane with excitement, they lost a close game, 14-7, bumping them out of .the runhing and setting up a Renton, Kennedy battle for the division title.

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FOOTBALL


l. The 1979-1980 Football Team;

Hugh Miller,

Mike Koult, Bryan Blank, Kurl Phelps, Paul Skinner, Rob Hartnett, Jon Wagner, Travis Eckert, Mike Larabee, Ty Murphy, Terry Gray, Doug Anderson, Dar Anderson, Chris Cockran, Tim Lee, Tad Cornwall, Mike White, Mike Swindamen, Leland Leas, Dave Owens, Steve Thompson, Grq Kregger, Bill Shuver, Jeff Murphy, Surinder Khela, Jetf Baker, John Newman, Daryl Grad, Darren Henke, Randy Swan, Mike Mau-

pin, Jeft Russe/l, John Wdell, Scott Alastra, Takashi Yamada, Bill Ogale, Melvin Whitney, Kevin Williams, Brad fully, Tom Rehon, Brad

Buerstatte, Mike Carver, Brad Ross, BillStarmer, Ed Guterrez, Jon Holland, Gary Walk, John St. Clair, Trent Larson, Mike Lind, Lance Procter, Craig West, Steve Eastnan, Kelly Frandsend, Doug Helgeson, Joe Kristotf, Dave Lutes, Mike Silvey, Darrel Matson, Jerry Parker. 2. Captain Bill Starmer reflects on the game and the plays to come. 3. Jon Wagner heads tor the end zone.

4. Travis Eckert rushes for a touchdown.

5. Team Members prepare to strike. 6. Players pick themselves up after a tackle. 7. Eddie Guterriez

snalches the ballaway arfr scrambles down the tield. 8. Tension mounts on the sidelines.

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the'No-rth eugit S6una teague tne tient4 five member team moved on to take seventh in regional and finally the girls grabbed a place of twenty-scond out of fortyfour teams that went to state competition.

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At state, the 400 freestyle relay team managed to take twelfth place. ln doing this they broke the old school record. ln other events, Junior Debra Mooney placed sixth in the 100 and 200 freestvle.

Summing up the season, Terri Fox rem.inisced, "The team didn't have as many people on it as other sports so everyone got to know each other better." A lew of the activities the team used to develop their

congentailty were eany morntng DreaKfasts, parties, and finally a banquet that was held at Pizza Hut. L

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1. With knife like accuracy Junior Michelle Wraith enters the pool. 2. Carrie Hunkapiller, Janie Chichester, Heidi Pullen, Joan Oxford, Robin Hoof, Judy Van Camp, Donna Mooney,

Leslie Hogan, Teni Fox, Diane Hudelson, Vicki Bonzer, Tracy Wallace, Jennie Bench, Michelle Bench, Debra Mooney, &cky Veit, Jana Fredricks, Karen Van Camp, Bill Petrowitch. NOT PICTURED: Leslie Wiechnpn, Michelle Wraith, Cathy Alexander, Kim Kinkade, Kelly Larson. 3. Finishing a tough run, Junior Robin Hoof tapers otf .

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1. Coach Steve Barker,

Jrckie Johnson, Sandra

Nancy Daws, Lynne Golden. 2. Oblivious to the appr6aching Royal Senior, Jacqueline Couture rbbovers ai earlier boot trom a teammate. 3.

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Rvan Koopman, Mr. George Uchida, Dan Fox, Ken Ru'ss Ohashr, Terry Fox, Cindi Swintord, Judy Vahcamp. Mike Ramsey, Rick Ptaff, Miles Brittanin, Rod Manning

(eves,

"The difference between Judo and other is the high levelof respect and disci-

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was successf ul for 1)orli','eason-s. lhe mosi evident betng talent and e^perEnce "Practices were harC, but vle Eot alcngl ' wel! and we had a great c'oac'l't erplatneC fl';ent-r lhe Senior Jeff tt4orton Bes;tdes four league games. the team traveled to Pendleton ancl Le Grancte Hrgh Schooi tti

Oregon for fun, relaxalrt and lo play challenQtttg

,ilas reall'v' heipf ul tn shovti would be ltke " Stated Cct

caotatn Toni Torlai renrntsced 'Ne dirt the best rle could and w'e really' ttuorke:t' hard

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llurlhW Often the word "PrinciPal" or "administrator" struck terror into the hearts of the average sludenls. fhls picture of some one who merely doled out punishment was nol a true concept. 'Administrators

a wide

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of the school served

varietY

George Wilson seeing the ent sure that all thi things, his was the last word. Alctivities Coordinator Mrs. Jan Day

was in charge of everything outside the academic areas, such as field trips along with other off campus activities andlhe communily's use of the buildtng. -"

1 think we sometimes have a chance to change the s,tudent's, behavior which is a good thtng,'

stated Mrs. Kathv Purcell of her iob as assistant vice-principal. Mr. Orville Anderson and Mr. Barry Fountain in handling such things as evaluating teacheri, registration, end the altendance. L

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Principal Dr. George Wilson

Barry Fountain

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DoiluWW "There is just never a slow moment," sighed secretary lda Mullen. This well qualified and courteous staff of eleven had the difficult and often tedious job of seeing that the school ran smoothly and efficiently. These helpful ladies were located in various parts of the building doing tasks ranging from processing the number and percent of aDsenl sfudents daily, weekly, and monthly to setting up counselor appointmenls and keeping track of textbooks. They kept busy filing, typing, taking inventory, answering telephones and even

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decorating the offices for the appropri-

ate holidays. But most of all they helped students, teachers, staff members and parents with the everyday emergencies that occu red. T.

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1. With a bewildered look on her face,

Barbara

Buz

Jean

Dotti

Mrs.

Wilma Petersen waits lor an answer.

Arleen Mulder

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lda

Mullen

Newcomb

Gail Tamble

Pat

Wilma

Gwen

O'Connell

Peterson

Secrist


Ja ntce

Marsha

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Sterke

Wo,thJAgohArttu "We set up a plan of what the stu-

Heading toward a final goat of learning independence, studenfs worked at

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ial

three studies,

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l. Rob McC grass cutter. Wiley serves Officer Jim excittng hour

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Ittrutrue tru uue/rtttunh

Jobs

Shannon Anderson

"Business ciasses are a musl to me

because you learn nol only how

today 's business world works, but how business applies to daily life," was one

of the positive comments made by business student Colleen Norris.

Many sludenls had an even better chance to mix buslness classes with everyday life by being involved in the new Cooperative Work Expeilence c/ass led by instructor, Mr. Tom Dahl As explained by Mr. Dahl, the students

utilized c/ass time learning different

ofttce practices and then left fitth and sixth peilod to use their knowledge in the lob. The usual c/asses olfered in secre-

tarial, clerical, accounting and retail merchandising were a plus to more students because of a higher enrollment than in past years. "All the c/asses teach you a bit of background

about all sorts of different lields," stated Joann McClaflin, business department enthusiast S ite/is

I People are

reminded of what class Barb

Engels ts tn by the message on her T-shirt. 2 As she lries lo keep her mind on business , tt's obvrous Janise Karr's thoughls are elsewhere 3 An

exhibitrcn of speed and accuracy is given by lv4artv Evans

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studies. Although math wasn't

a

required subject, most college-bound senrors were recomffEnded to take at leqst a year of geometry before graduatlon.

Mr. Gene Garot, depaftment head, commented, "The students want to learn, and that makes our iob as teachers that much easier."

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ot the ,,r" )"i^*^,,

Brett Willard works on his assignment, 2. Feeling quite at home in P-6, Ms. Gloria Weber class,

reads the rnorning bulletin to her math studenls. 3. ln Algebra l-ll, Mr. Hannon leclures.

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Doug

Ron

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Graham

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Marilyn

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Gloria Weber

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"l was excited," commented senior Karen Newman when asked about her reaction to the Social Studies new "l like to travel and le trip back east." program where students obserued how the countrY was

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week.

Other field trips were cut, but Mr.

Baron and his Special Problems c/ass also in red the

reative

s were

tools used frequently, "There's some'

thing in each class for everYone," stated Ms. Jane Cleveland, "We iust stomp, because of a Young and ener-

getic staff ."

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searching for the answersto his assignment.

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SOCTAL

SrUD'ES

Jane Cleveland

Rick

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Ripley

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Karen Verner

Gary Wortman


TotilPtsFrle0og Most sfudenls were in an English

whether they class for three'years - tried to keep liked it or not, so teachers fhr's in mind and treat classes with sen-

sitivity," commented Mr. Robert McMillen, Language Arts Department head.

The number of stldents enrolled in

traditionaL c/asses such as Communi-

cative Arts dropped significantly, and so did the number of students that tookthe same c/ass morethan once"This was probablY because so to

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ture, ComPosition, Drama, and Advanced Placement Literature are onty a few of the classes lhat experien6ed an increase in enrollment." Senior Sue Ganfs said she reallY enioyed the challenge presented to heir in Comp lll, "lt really opened my eyes to what l'll exPerience in col-

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discuss c/ass issues. 3. oives Pause to a lec 'Comp tll. 4. tn need resebrch, Cindy

Ball

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humorous moment Ross ln r library 5. SenV.

ior, LoriCarlson.

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Guy

Barker

Generaux

Joan Gregory

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Eileen

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Nettie

Harper

Robert Horlick

Karen Hukari

Brian

James

Rae

Roe

Hazel Boss

Nancy Satterstrom

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submitted to the school board and sr9 just to remind the materials the oLtt," stated Dr. Gerald Robison, head of the Audio Visual Department. lt was

as usual. Students were able to check

boo papers,

out

news-

s, and

other re 1.

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Students Rob Mladineo, Frank Peterson, Lisa

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LIBRARY

Doris

Gerald

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of marriage. Studenfs of the c/ass

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studied

d.Tting_,

engagement, marriage,

a.nd finally, divorce the family unit.

and its impact-on

Adult Living was just one of the many c/asses that consituted the J Murphy I

real world.

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c/asses were allabout.

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Adult Living c/asses.

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Barbara Bell

Julie Fennell

Lynette Hensen

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Ruth Paull

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Orchestra c/as.s suffered a /oss as director, Mr. Jeff Boyer was in a serious boating accident in the summer and was temporarily unable to teach. Mrs. Margaret Van Gaskin took over tor him during his long absence: The orchestra was made'up of twenty six members who attended various festivals and performed at many concerts and competitions, including those at

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Gresham, Oregon, and Victoria B.C.

Vocalists had four classes from which to choose. There was Treble, Men's Chorus, Concert Choir and Swing Cho

byanews

rows. They ington and competing.

People interested in Band were either in Symphonic band or Concert band, and they could choose from Stage band or Jazz ensemble. The bands performed at concerts, games, and festivals. All members were involved with Marching Band. Drum major Mike Fors commented, "lt is a

great experience. When you finally perform there is a lot of personal satisfaction from the work."

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assembly Jazz ,rno "!ni"#,27 2. lay down some hot numbers. Pounding the drums, Todd Shannon sends out a iungte beat. 3. During practice During

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Cynthia

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l-phthp,roDntefuru "l try to teach the students lo bring from within themselves the talent that

they already have," expressed Art teacher Ms. Leah fuehm. This goal was one shared widely by the teachers

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Dave

Wes

Hembolt

Soderberg

of the Art depaitment. As well as teaching the skills and techniques of commercial and fine arts, certain concepts were sfressed. Among these concepts were originality, composition, craftsmanship, and a serious attitude.

Using student models. pictures brought from home, or small objects found in a variety of places, students worked on an average of six projects per semester. ln addition to art c/asses such as Ceramics., Draw and Paint,3-D Design, and Vocational Commercial Art, just to name a few, Printmaking I was added. This c/ass was taught during 6th peiod by Mr. Wes Soderberg.

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hisctay withn,"", t. Ptayins uarx Sw1aoerg slart's a neicreation. 2. Reftecting emotion and imagination, Christi Baim puts ink on paper with style. 3. Confidently, Lane Snodgrass works over a Graphics light table.

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"Men's choir is a nonselect choir. This means there are no tryouts,"

cert in April. L. llolsten

explained choir teacher, Mr. Don Barrows.

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Men's choir was described as a training choir for those who had never been in a choir before. Here theY learned to master their voices and

five concerts and the NPSL choir con'

1. Choir teacher Mr. Don Barrows works with Chris Kadoshima, John Rakesttaw, and Dan Mbkerson. 2. While rn c/ass, Sleve Pereirra asks for advice.3. Men'schoir members: Dave Dean, geve Pereirra, John Rakestraw, Frank Howard, Ron Scotiled, Dan Nickerson, Jamie Lukkes,

Aay Harrington, Loran Janak, Dave

Redona,

Chris Kadoshima, Claes Hedberg. 4. Practicing their parts, Ron &otield and Dave Dean sarch lor that pertect sund.

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edge of music. Ihis was the nicest girls chorus I've worked with in four or five

years."

R.Adair

l. Faces of anticipation, consternation, and confusion greet Mr. Barrows in Girls Chorus as a

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...

These symbols were

tor,

group.

A proud conductor, Mr. Don Barrows introduces his Concert Choir. 2. Assured of their

tiful tones. A new teacher, Mr. Don Barrows, manned the fort for the

Nerufpndrpn

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The choir worked on many new

things including special choral numbers in Latin and German. Among the

ryany concerts, the group toured to Shoreline and the Pacific Northwest Championship in Salem Oregon. "l feel lucky to be here. We've worked hard and it's been tough but we've finally made it and l'm realy

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crowd pleasing perlormance, members of the Concerl Choir exchange smiles. 3. Choir memfurs Dan Kalan, Pat Murphy, and Ken Carpenter follow alo

music. 4. Lynda Ne tice their choral numfurs. 5. During a pause in a prlormance, piano player Laura Mitchell turns the pages of her music. 6. Both bass and altos

blend together to make beautiful music.

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proud grinned Mr. Don Barrows, direc-

the basis for the Concert Choir's beau-

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depth, orchestra adapted to substitue conductor Margaret Van Gaskin in the wake of regular Jeff Boyer's absence. Mr. Boyer had been in a summer fishing accident and needed time to recu-

perate.

"With all the excellent Juniors on orchestra," said violinist Trisha Fong," next year will be great." S.

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Climbing further on the ladder to the top of the league the Jazz ensemble, directed by band director Mick Moses played their way into yet another suc-

Jo33Hags ep'CJ^o,,h

members we did unusually well." A major highlight of the season for the Mnd was placing second in the North Ktsap Jazz Competition.

cessful season

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'Old Devil Moon,' 'What I did for Love,' and 'The Flintstones' were played during February's band contest where the band gave an excellent showing. Their sound was compared to Kentridge Jazz groups of the past.

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1. The horns blow on

aN on during ore

keyboard player Todd Shannon

cammented "Considering all the new

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1. Students get down to the intoxicating music

$ap. 2. Both close

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students and chaprones snuggle

as the mood turns rontantic. 3. While at

Hawkins one couple demondrates the tradition of matching shirts. 4. While waiting lor the Mnd to bqin, studenls engage in other activifies.

One had to dress down to get down and attend the Sad,e Hawkins dance,

Wonsored once again by the Junior c/ass. The theme was "Hillbilly Hoe Down" and the gym and foyer were adorned in the /alest barnyard attire, Marryin' Sam was on hand to unite couples for the evening. Others en jo,yed the music provided by

"Snap." While sfudents readied themfoyer became ref reshmenls

hhind the Junio

than any took a lot y.te craryming to carry it off. Despite the small amount of help we had,'we were pleased with our final accomplishment," commented Trisha Fong,

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Junior c/ass representative.

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"Ladies Night" was an evening to

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remember as approximately fifty couples dressed up and danced the night away to the sounds of Rise. The familiar gym was appropriately transformed for the occasion with pastel decorations along with silhouetted night scenes to enhance the atmosphere. The climax of the evening came with the crowning of Tolo King Jon

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Girls' Honor President Karen Newman exclaimed, "lt took a lot of work to get everything together but it was worth the effort. The money earned goes to sending a girl to Girls' State

and also contributes fo supporting Mother's

Tea. T.

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Tony Torlai, Trent Larson, Tra1. Tolo Courl vis Eckefl, Jon Wagner, Ed Gutierrez, and Scott

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Alastra. 2. Excitement shows on the faces of Chris Mulenos and Ann Dalstrom. 3. The music s/ows and the couples embrace. 4. Romance is evident in the faces of Steve Thompson and Jeanna Huetmaker. 5. Kurt Phelps and Tari

Bobb discuss after dance plans. 6. Taking a

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break from dancing, Brian Swan, Cindy Brueske, Beth Stephens, Terry Renner, Carmen Hanke, and Debbie JacoBon dlscuss the band. 7. Tony Torlai radiates plasure as he boogies with B'Ann Bjorenson. Couples enioy each

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others company during a slow paced, love'

song.

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Talent was in the air as singers, actors, comedians, dancers, and mimes let it shine on December 4, 5, and 6. "Broadway Magic" A great amount of work was Put into the mass production, including three dress rehearsals involving a total of 20 acls.

Auditions were o7en to the entire school, however most ParticiPants

were in drama or choir. Arranging the

producti Harper. ' of show.

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1. "Gee, Beav," says Jay "Larry" Lusk to Tim "Beaver" Watts in a skit during Broadway nngic. 2. "Wouldn't it be loverly?" sing Cathy Maples and Ruth Baatles, dreaming of the good life. 3. Perlorming their own version of a scene from "The Sound of Music," Ray Croteau, Maria *hweizer, Cathy Maples, Linda Zerr, show ott their brilliant acting abilities. 4. Peilorming a difficult feat ol magic, Roberl Scofield jumps into action. 5. Porlraying the reader's theatre Guy

younger generation does indeed have talent-

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Anpb Vouh

The auditorium was the setting for the Drama Club's Eerie play, "Done to Death" on April 24, 25, and 26. lt was

a comedy murder mystery about a group of writers trying to achieve the perlect murder plot for a series. "lt's a parody of every murder plot, villian,

PLAY

pleased with the performance Tara Randall, also a lead, expressed, "it was so much fun to play such a sarcastic, hilarious, part! I couldn't wait for the pertormance!"

and hero written in the last fifty years. I vvas

so excited to do it! lt was hilari-

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ous!" exclaimed Jeanette Davis, lead. Mr. Roe, the adult director was

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1. Forecefully, Kim Galbraith rearranoes the stage positions of Tara Randail and Br-ian patrick. 2. At the end of a fire prtormance, Tara

Randall and John Gillihan are reunited. 3. Drama Advisor Jim Roe

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a relaxed cast: Rick "Who's next". 7. The ultinpte villian, Richie Salley, points a deadly finger. 8. An efficient stage crew $ essntial to a god pertormance. Here, Lisa Weimann adjusts

a stage light.

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"We really enjoyed emceeing KoPY Kats", stated Steve llerryman and Tim Watts. Both shows contained twelve acts ranging from the Sweet Comfort

Band to comedians such as the Unknown Comic and Dave Norman

Atttlu,r*' Wil'foDlu,ln

Audience participation included yelling, hilarious comments and enthusiastic applau* after each act. "lt was one of the funniest sDows I've seen," expressed Cindy Kernp. R.Harwn

|. Masters of ceremonies Tim Watts and Steve Merryman adlib between acts. 2. After the appearance

of streakers hve Norman is over-

come with emMrrassment. 3. Elvis, portrayed by Mike Lind

Dog" 4. The

portrayed by s,ng.

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L. Back Row, Suzy Jenson, Karin Skacel, Tami

the attention of administrators and

take their views back to the students. One major concern of the Senate was the lack of student in interest. To . Back row, Mike Fors,

,ii'[f:

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Members of the Student Faculty &nate serued as the link between tlie administration and the students. Their task was to bring student problems to

generate more ate investigate representative c/ass came to

other week. These representatives then took back to their c/asses inform' ation discussed in the meetings. L

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Rebecca Ahn Connie Akers Jonathan Alexander Suzanne Alexander Bradley Allen Anita Alvestad Kim Ammons

Christie Anderson

Karen Anderson Laurie Anderson Stephan Anderson Timothy Anderson Tyler Anderson Janis Andrew John Andrews Lisa Andrews

Julia Appelhans Susan Applegate

Marita Arango Steve Attri

Karen Baker Cynthia Ball

Sabre Ball Karen Ballard

Kareena Banfil John Bangsund

Lon Banning Nick Barabe Ptaying teacher, David Post demonstrates the problem.

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Ken Barkus Gregory Barney

David Barttett Dennis Bartram

Jerry Basic Jim Bassett

Robert Battles Jae Bauge Aafting sometimes involves the whole body as demonstrated by Eric CIern9ns.

John Bayer Kurt Bayer Pat Beers

Jennifer Bence David Benedict Edward Bennett

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Terri Bertini Lori Billings

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Brett Bisyak Rebecca Bjerkager Cynthia Bodenhamer Gary Bolen

Dane Bolin Dwayne Bond Greg Bostwick Todd Bottorff Camilla Bourquin Chris Bowens Lynda Bratton Heidi Braunschweig

Juanita Brewer Richard Brewster Eizabeth Brienen Nancy Brisendine

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fwo's company, but five's trieMly, as shown by Todd Humphrey, Tammy Walls, Jeff Oliver, Maria *hweizer, aN Li9r Thurlow.

John Brooks Joseph Buchanan Derek Buck Gayle Buck Jacqueline Bunce John Burton

John Bush Kelly Byers

Kenneth Calandra Robert Caldwell Summer Calhoon Russe/ Campbell Kevin Carey Alyson Carl Deborah Carlson Karla Carlson Hugh Carney Kenneth Carrier Noberto Carrillo Donna Carroll Linda Carter Craig Cavanaugh

Jeannie Chow Lonnie Cicchitti

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SOPHOMORES


Craig Cinnamon Brenda Clark Darlene Clark

Deborah Clark Cnnnie Clay Tara Clemens

David Cline David Cogburn Dion Coleman

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lnternational flavor was a colorlul ingredient to the schoolyear. Here Mrs. Carol Ripley expands on pronunciation in a soanish

Shirley Coleman Carrie Collins Julie Coluccio

clas.

Bonnie Conley James Cooney Jana Covey Todd Co.wan Lisa Cooper Norman Cooper

Perry Cooper Sherry Cooper

Andrea Cramer Angela Cramer Diana Crawford Pamela Crawford Bradley Crnich

&ndra Crook Raymond Croteau Jeffrey Crotts

MichaelCulver Kendal Cuffe Guy Cunliffe-Owen

EllCunningham Cherie Dahl

Kathryn Dahlman

hnia

Daniels Thomas Daniels

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lvhry Davidson Roy Davidson Sfephen Davis &ry Dawn Mam Dawson tuvid Day

James De Marr Mvid Dean Erwin Dela Pena

\ Km De Merritt Liann Denney John Densmore

fvlelissa Dickerson Diana Dixon

Mcole Dorman

Karalyn Dorsey Kelly Doss Mark Dow

Karen Downing

Marci Dray Suzanne DuBois

Robert Duhnke

Laura Earl Scott Eastman Lazily

Stephen Eastman Richard Elli Darrel Ellsworth Christopher EIy Marc Evans

Martin Evans

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SOPHOMOFES

nting

atl the male pas*rsby, Jana Fredricks

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grah Faulkner Jeftrey FeeleY

Michael Feider Laura Felis Linda Feuerborn Janice Figgins

Kevin Fisher Nancy Fitts Linda Fix

It Steven Flint Mike Fors Kelly Frandsen

Samuel Franklin

Barry Fredericks Ann Friedrichsen

Mike Gaffney Thomas Galbraith

Bridget Gallagher

Gregory Galusha Troy Gamba Tami Garland

Jeffrey Gerber

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Lestie Wiechmann give the next

one "a ten."

Michael Gerretson Trevor Giles

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Lisa Gill

Shannon Gillihan

Jerry Gingrich Michael Girard Steve Glenn

Brandon Godrey

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Bret Goff Kelly Gorman Jim Gould Matt Gould Holly Graber

hborah Grant Michelle Green Todd Griffeth Dale Griffen Kelly Griffen Chris Griffus Gresham Grim Roger Grover Karlene Gulan Randy Haslam Katherine Hasz Ben Hayes Terri Heath

Michael Heindel Tony Heming Rusty Higgins Shannon Higgins

&rah

Hills Becky Hodgen

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SOPHOMORES


Shan Hoel Jon Holland Michael Holloway

Gary Holz Kevin Howard Tammie Howard

Gregory Howell Diane Hudelson Carrie Hunkapiller

Debra Hutton Susan Hyde Phillip Haack

Leland Haas David Hackett

Wna Haechler Leslie Hagar

Timothy Hahn Janet Haight Tracy Hall Lonney Hamilton Shelly Hammontree James Hansen

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Ann Hanson Julie Hanson Brian Harrington

Terry ljams

Cynthia lngalls Gary Jackson Carolyn Jacobs Sharon Jarzyha


DanielJohnson Jesse Johnson John Johnson Lee Johnson

Linda Johnson Suzanne Johnson

Km Jolly Loran Jonak

Glenn Joslin Jay Kagarice I

Cynthia KellY

MichaelKelly Cynthia KemP Glenda KennedY Nathan KeYes Michele Kcker Charles Kidd

CarolKing Kmberly Kinkade Laura Kinnunen Shannon Kleinbeck

Arthur Kleppen

Mark Knauss

Donna Knoles Randall Knutson

Gary Kohl David Kowalchuk Randal Kraft

CherylKrebs JoalKreman Jack Krohn

Scott Krohn

Km Kutterer Jeffrey Lacy

ldentifying someone in the bteachers to Becky Bierkager is Debbie Lions.

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Jana Ladle Michael LancaSter

Theresa Lancaster Kathryn Landen

Theodore Landgraf

Rohrt Lane

Laurie Langenbach Don Lanham

Nan Larson Randall LantriP

Jan Larsen Kelly Larson

During Girls' Honor lnitiation, Kathy York dres*s up like Gretel'

hborah Lauer Burke Lawrence Kristyn Learn Jonna Leber Christopher LeeroY Mark Lee Toni Lee Todd LeGrande

Marcy Leikam Cheryl Leonard Shelly Lewis Valerie Lewis

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Strong anenilveness Rempfer

in dass is demonstrated by Gene Orchutt and Crystal


Dligently working on pedecting

his

coit pot, ceramics student Jefl Dixon smooths out the bumps.

Pamela McLaughlin Deanna Meadows

Vctoria Meiers MichaelMergens Patrick Mierz Robert Millard

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Kendron Miller Greg Mills Colleen Milner hbra Mitchell Rita Mladineo David Mock Kevin Moe

Richard Mollenberg Hugh Monahan Kathy Montesi Shirly Moody hna Moore Christopher Marrison Todd Morton

Michelle Moser Lisa Mumm

PaulMunoz Daid Murphy

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Taking advantage of a quiet firlntent,

Anne Mussman Patrick Nash Lorrie Neal

TerriNelder CherylNeumiller Anne Newcomb Sfephen Newman Nga Nguyen Laura Nolan Teresa Nordstrom

Tamara Norguisl

May Nyberg Constance O'Brien MichaelO'Harran Nancy Olausen Anne Olren

Cheryln Olson Mary Opperman Sfeve O'Shea

Karen Osness Stefan Ostberg David Owen Joan Oxford

hug

Pahl

Mary Park Scott Parker Brian Patrick

Kendra Patterson Lori Payne John Penrod

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&bbie

Jacobson admires the beauty around her-


Linda Peters Laura Pettelle Marianne PinYuh Linda Pletan Shannon Potts

lleidiPullen Kevin Quinn

&an Quinn Patty RacioPPo Cheryl Bansom Ronda Reed Kmberlee Rhoades

Dawn Rhodes Fred Richards Lloyd Riches Jay Riechel James Rikansrud Michelle Roberts Sfeve Roderick John Ronish Karen Rosenau Taunya RoY Jeffrey RoY Michael Ruedebusch

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Gregory Ryan Rawia Salameh Craig Sallade Richard Salley Robin Sanders Jeffrey Sansoucie

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of

escape route' the fire dritt, sophomores have a hard time deciding the correct

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{ne.

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Lisa Sarthou

Charles

SaW

DanielSchafer Thomas Schindeldecker JudY Schmit

goan Schneider Kelly Schnell

MichaelScholz Regina Schroeder Wlliam Schuver Ronald Scofield Sleve Scott Ctlnthia SelbY Theodore Serres ChristoPher Seto Scoff Sexton Dana Sharratt Robert Sheefs

Andy Shim Devlin ShiPleY Chris Shoemaker Christine SilveY

Pamela Simmons Ronald SimPson

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SOPHOMOBES

ott the offset printingpress is the finished prduct of efforis put in by Eric Wuori'


filark Sirns Arther Skramstad Russe/l Slaughter

CariSlosson Lias Slough John S/uys

Elise Smith

SherriSmith Stephen Smith

Loaie Snyder Jean Sokolowski

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Solis

Wth care and precision, Lynn Trimble linishing up her

*wing Proiect.

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Venus SonnenMrg

Kevin

Soren*n

Sharon Spencer

RandallStamPr

lftlinda StandleY Steven Stark Hae Anne Steckler Tadd Steen Edward Stein Lisa Steiner CherylSteele Cynthia Stenberg

Ann Stelson Kathy Stevenson

Patricia Stewart Wendy Stracke lleather Sullivan Eric Svenning*n

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John Thompson Caroline Tomlinson Richard Tonda

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Kevin Torlai

Joy Toyoshima Tracy Stuart

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GailTruitt Vtctoria Turel

llorene Tweeten

WarwickTwine Terry Tyler

FrancisTyson

DanielUhm Judy VancamP CarlVance

Using brilliantly descriptive words, Mrs. Eileen Hallstrom holds the classes attention.

MichealVarner

Mnald Vestre Andrea Walberg Craig Walesby

GaryWalk Mark Wallenberg Brad Walsh Lawrence Warnke Mark Watling Lynnette Watson

KelliWaugaman Scotf Weidert Jeffery Weimar Dylinn Wentz Morie Whalen Patricia Wheeler Amy White Duane White

Jeffery White David Whitehead

Nan Whiteley Steven Wilds Dawn Wilkerson Gabrielle Wilkerson

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David Willey

Andrea Williams CarolWilliams CrystalWilliams Lynn Williams Marcia Williams

MichaelWilliams Roslyn Williams Steven Williams

ZeniaWilliams Anne Wilson David Wilson

Franklin Winn Deeanne Wxom Joanne Wolte Wendy Wong Warren Woolery Tina Wright Tracy Yager Laurie Yarbrough Km Young Ray Young Patricia YurczYk

PaulZelinskY

*ott Zerr

Wlliam Zimmerman

Krista Zuberbuhler

Linda Zumoto Sfudenfs work ditigently to perfect their German while Barry Wixom arranges his notebook

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into d,s-

Bob McMullen and Robert Horlick and f developing Photography of the extra

to complex color photos or

nating art bery, club so many and white

tho* with

intricate special effects. Camera Club is an excellent opportunity to learn this." R. Hansen

1.

Canera club

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Dave Guest, Tawee McLeod,

- Thompson and Mr. Bob Sleve Smith, John tvbMullen. 2. Getting ready to work, Eric WlD,

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B,aitrsAtw Patience, strategy and self-disci-

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pline were just a few of the benefits received by belonging to Chess Club. /n Chess Club members worked on

mental prowess instead of physical ski//s.

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The members made up the team, along with the advisor Gene Garot. Participants met every Wednesday starting in the middle of November.

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Practices consisted of competing and challenging for the top five seats in the club. Victors then participated in the actu al leag ue competition.

They were part of a six member school league which started their meets in January, working up to state competition in early March. The Char-

lar

sporl."

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1. Lost in concentration, Tom Grant conlemplates his next move. 2. Junior David Murphy takes on an opponent. 3. A realboard game. 4.

Concentration is also a iftue, shown here by snior Trindon Wilkerson.5. Chess Club mem'

bers: Larry Fix, Tom Granl, Steve Paoletti, Trindon Wilkerson, Matt Wicks, Marguerite Lieu.

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Ailrggor.t,

TolnhM "Debating taught me a lot about people," noted Lee Knapp, trying to recall all she had learned in the c/ass. "l also developed speaking and comlike how to be munication skills really convincing no- matter what I was saying." Studenls began the season in June by attending workshops around the country, including Rdlands University in Texas, Georgetown, Washington D.C., and Gonzaga University in Spokane. There, sludenls improved speaking skr/s and worked to better understand the theories behind

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debate.

As the school year began, the team entered six months of tough competition at meets across state. "An important change took place this season as teams began moving away from fast,

fancy speaking sty/es and more

towards slow, effective communications. Senior Jeff Bunce noted, "But the team proved their versatility by holding a better competitive record, finishing in first place at the Seattle

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Pacific University met with higher overall ratings at their first three tournaments than ever before." Coach Bob Horlick felt, "This team was more energetic and had more talent than ever before. They were a pleasure to

coach." D.

1. Once Debate is in the blood, there's no stopping you. Brad Solly, Jean Davies and Robin Burton demonstrate their eagerness to

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Ihotu@gto,a "We've got a store but we're more than that,'' stated &nior Dave Blair, an active member of Distributive Education Clubs of America. "The profits we earn go to the student bodY fund for our conferences and comPetitions." Competitions were held in SeaTac's Hilton Hotel, Spokane for the state conference meet, and Florida for the national meet, where members attended from throughout the country.

interviews, sa/es and disPlaY. Ninety-nine percent of the students in the c/ass were placed in iobs ranging from Jay Jacobs to gPcery stores aid positions such as sa/es clerks, fry cooks and stockers.

Deca was split into two maior

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c/asses; Jr. Deca with soPhomores and juniors, emp marketing in the

c/ass, Senior

advanced sa/es and marketing and management. They also ran the store, whici brought in more than one hun' dred twenty dollars a daY during lunches.

Advisor, Miss Debbie Roberts

shared duties with semester president, Senior Karen Gorman, they organized sales and mangement of the store, and worked with the overallsfudenls. T.

Donough

1. Deca Club Members: Dave Blair, Jetf

Humenik, Brian Neilson, Chris Gerber, Dave St.

Clair, Karen Gorman, Cindi Forsgren, Sue Gants, Haley Pond, Miss Debbie Roberts,

Sharon Ede, Deanne Krauter, Jani* Karr, Bar' dee Mattson, Lisa Garner, Mafta Carlsn, Stacie Ritter, Jonette Berna*oni, Denise Sheridan. 2, Trading jokes with the cuilomers, Sandy Blakemore ielaxes behind the counter. 3. Candy Bars, raisins, licorice, and crackers were some of the merchandis for selle. 4. Smiling at prospective buyers are Sue @nts and Stacy Ritter. 5. Business gets busy at lunchtine.

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Enflurllasta A burst of energy and eagerness started Spanish Club off with a bang. Headed by Mrs. Carol Ripley and pres' ident Sherri Olson, the group iumped directly into their taco sale in October, selling two hundred and nine tacos and earning one hundred and five dollars.

Group members got together al cer-

tain elementary and iunior high schoo/s to pertorm skits and sing

songs in Spanish. Ihis was to encourage students lo study Spanish in high school.

Highlighting the year was the carnistudenls got

and French arty, bringing Mexican and Spanish food, dressing in

crazy costumes, and crowning

a

queen and king for the entire language department. "fhis club was the most enthusiastic, well organized group of kids I have ever worked wilh in Spanish

Club," commented Mrs. Carol Rip-

ley, "The leadership was by far the besf.

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"Kiss me,

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sPeak French" was the

motto of the French Club' lron-on decals were sold to promote this idea.

Funds were also raised at bake and

authentic French foods to prepare a dinner. A tour of Vancouver B.C. top'

learned a lot about the French culture'' R Hansen&c Jennings

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Anrfitus lW Drawn together by a curiosity about ditferent cuftures, members of the For' eign Exchange Club exPlored the world in various ways. After school ique

and par' ties.

into the lives of teenagers hand insight -countires"

in other

commented John also

ited ther

got going,

expressed

exchange student. 7.

Hansn

and about the French culture. 4. Foreign wski,

Tii! Hitt, Leah Riches, Karsten Jen*n, Ctaes berg, Philippe Merchadon, John Sheets.

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Cophtotut'W Searching exampla of the German Culture, German Club members tra-

aspects." 1.

E.Sailsbery

@rman Club

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Club dinner, studenls and parents en@ a ddiciousGerman desserf.

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eb^gboobM epoalo,r,

Aelufrrs

Have you ever been walked fo c/ass by Pinocchio?, or had lunch with Cin-

ry Popparad-

for the

Girls' Honor Club. This was onty a part

of the prerequisite to enter the club.

proceedings tail hats, pony tails,

The

ows,

long dresses,

aper

nner

and initiation ceremony at the home of SherriWells. The members of the club were chosen on fhe basis of school involvement, 150 hours worIh. The club per'and formed

seryices to the school community. During, "Whlte Christry9t'^ t!9 girls collected approximatety $142 00 to send to Cambodia. The

ended the ye special night eniors. When

the year as a whote, Linda Backus remarked, "lt was a lot of fun, I was able..to get to know many kinds of peo-

ple."

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1. For initiation Kathy York spent a day disguised as Gretal. 2. During a meeting Lynn Buerstatte takes the minutes. 3. After initiation,

Debra Mooney, Patti Broadbent, and Karla

Neuswander giggle at pictures of themselves. 4. Knapp, Christie Scott, Jana Frea Neuswander, Laura Blocher, Penny Seeley, Kathy York, Ruth Battles, Mary Elkan, Liz Shim, Kathy Johnson,

Girls' Baim, dricks

Jodi Krakenburg, Deena lhry, Trisha Kirks,

Robin Quinn, Patty Broadbent, Karla Neuswan-

der, Debra Mooney, Sharlene Brown, Christi Carler, Lori Butterworth, TamiClark, Lynn Buer-

sfatte, Karen Newman.

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Aefufins Asstcftr{g Od,p/rf Though their small size of only eleven members was a hindrance, the Honor Society still managed to serve their community.

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Every Tuesday for an hour after school, members devoted their time tutoring grade school students at Panther Lake Elementary School. The hour was spent assisling teachers by giving special attention to the student who needed extra help.

Another service project the group completed was the introduction and maintenance ol a scholarship bulletin board which hung in the commons near the library.

Summing up the year, club president Jeff Bunce commented, "l've been in Honor Society for three years and I think fhis is the best year we've had because of the variety of the peo-

ple involved."

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Pags O[e, Tension was high as the hurried atmosphere thickend, a hasty s/ash here and quick dab of glue there and the finishing touches were completed. The deadline had been met. The paper would come out on time. So it went for the thirty students of Journalism ll as

they published

paper bi-monthly.

a six to eight page

With an additional artist the Fleet Street News was able to run more editorial cartoons along with such regular features as the Campus Write-up , and Letters to the Editor.

lnterest in taking Journalism was

shown by many students. "The effort to recruit good writers from the Language Arts department into Journalism I has made a tremendous differ-

ence in adding to the quality of the Fleet St. News," commented advisor

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Brian Rae.

Eric &ndfelt, l. Newspaper Randall, Brad Schultz, Miller, Mike Ho , Leslie Wiechmann, Rick Eversn, Larry Fix, Linda Holsten, ooney, Sandy Kemp, Eric ts, Lori Bryan Blank, Matt Jamie JCnsen, Mike Larra Cindy

Meier, Mark Stevens, Stewart Denby, and Ken Keyes. 2. With little time to the deadline Cindy Vedder types out her story. 3. Making sure if 's straight, Bryan Blank laysdown a piece of copy. 4. While advisor Brian Rae proofreads his copy, Ken Keyes looks on. 5. With the help of assistant Jett Randall, Mark Sfevens finishes his layout for the newspaper.

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CIII'o&ilP, w11t, The witd and adventurous Hiking

Ctub was not stopped by fears of Sas-

euatch, avalanches or getting lost. Garbed in down Yesls, long iohns,

of oettino tired of being cold and hungi. n is really a lot of fun to be out -eiploring on your

own."

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Uniq "Tnis is the rnosl btzarre sf;ri lr:i l've ever worke,-i v,rtth." comrnen!eci Leah Boehm, sgvisor "Atcnc y+'ith having untque personalrtr-s t!:ei rtade rntereslrng chanoes rn prr:iucticn methods and rn ths book; ftsetf Work began lasl sprrng when eCrlors met to plan ttterne and contffiuei t|]lC .

the summer

wfi€-)t1

they aitertcei

a

conference at Pai:if rc, Ltitheran :. ri-it,si-

sity sponsorei f,v" the T ayicr i-i1-;;.;/;5i; ing ComPany ' :-,i ihe r/or(s:lcir ne got to be good rrrends and tfiis rnaoe il easier for us ta work toge'lher iuring

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lhe school year," reialed Rabtn A,-iair co-editor f he enlrre slaff ui'a-q irtr,.ciiteC in the seiling ai ai:,; iri ine K.eri'! eir:.,t

Afler-scl-roti ceai!ines r'"eit !rte hrghlights of the ",eai. Twlc:e e iitontf: the staff stavec ur;tti fiy,e o'cir.tck to frnish the req Suslenance Iocal 7-11

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opporlunitv tc vvciti wilh peor:j;, i;r:Jli pressure and lcttiether i,,1€ rnel ,;..rc dealt wiih every' i:r':biern ic lhe /rr,: i expressed Car r p

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Yearbook Staff 1979-80

Advisor: Leah Boehm Editor : Car rie Jennings

Co-Editor Robin Adair

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Ltnda ilolsten Kelli Pollard

SherriWeils tndex Eiitor. l'Glli Pollard Euslness Ed!'[or: Sherri Wells Layout Editcr: Sharlene WalkleY Layout Staff Glyrtnts Green

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Wo,thtuglJol.t' oxd' "We love our team" was the theme of the twelve member Rally Board. The girls worked extra hard to give adequate as well as equal support to each and every team on campus. With new rules such as no locker srElns and less personal attention to team members, the girls had to kindle every effort possible to keep spirit up. "We did the best we could," stressed senior member Kathy Schinke, "under the new

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circumstances." To raise money, the club had bake sa/es and held their annual Rock-athon. They used the profits to put on the Homecoming dance, "Shadows in the Moonlight." "We had an awful lot of fun and accomplished many things we never thought we could," expressed President Ly nda Neuenswander.

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":':::" Bailey, Lynda Neuenswander, Karen Myers, Karin Skacel, Ruth lresse/, Trish Dirks, Kathy

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Schinke, Kathy York, Carla Haugardy, Lori Harris, and Sue McMonigal. 2. Merrily rocking ralli-

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ers, Jana Fredericks, Karen Meyers, Trisha Dirks, and Susan McMonigalpass lhe time during a crazy fundraiser. 3. Working on their creation, Lynda Neuenswander and Karen Myers produce a spirit sign. 4. Asflaying their talents Susan McMonigal and Carla Haugardy put the finishing touches on their colorlul sign.

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lrylt/toneu! "Getting people hyped up with the rhythm" is what Senior Carmen Henke says was the main objective of Rhythm Unlimited. Although the squad started out the year with only two returning songleaders, with the help of their new

advisor Mrs. Lynnete Hanson they soon got into super condition in time for theii first perfonrance. Members met three afternoons per week to

practice their dance routines for Football games, Basketball games, and Pep Assemblies. They also put in addi-

tional time earning money for their

new gold and black uniforms by holding car washes, bake sa/es and Kiss a Pig contest, won by Laura Bloucher. Adds Carmen, "/l's so great on game night when we are allso excited before a performance everyone helps each other and we feel so together,lke sis-

ters." Fujikawa

1. Difterent emotions are displayed by Lorie

Davis, Carmen Henke, aN Laura Blocher and Cindy Vedder as they finish up an exhausting practice. 2. ln pertect precision Jill Sigel and Deanna Reike prepare for the evening's perD Schwarlz

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formance. 3. Nttitude is an important part of dancing professionally. Here Laura Blocher dances with a smile. 4. Rhythm Unlimited

Cindy Vedder, Carmen flenke, Deanna Reike,

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gs a week their many d long hours selling raffle tickets. They sa/es, car washes

This a big for changes in the team. Along these was the new organizational structure, of which advisor Shannon Anderson stated "makes drill

team more knowledgable of different techniques.

Chatelaines captain Kelli Pollard

remarked. "This drill team is the most fantastic group of girls I would ever want to be involved with. They really show a lot of caring for their team and we all enioy what we do." Fujikawa

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I,rif\S Hrglrb,g Lights! Camera! Action! All familiar words to actors and stage technicians.

Bi-monthly meetings were planning

sesslons for fund raisrs and activities. To earn money, the group held a disco

af ter a basketball game, entered a booth at the carni.val, and hosted ever-popular bake sales With

dance

the income the group took a triP to

Ashland, aregon this summer. There they viewed the Shakespearean Festival, which involved plays and a backstage tour.

On March twentylirst and twentY-

second, the club went to Bellevue college for the Washington Association of Theatre Arts A competition involving

forly to fifty high schoo/s per-forming

monologues, play-cuts, one act plays, mimes, and dances. "The competition was hard, but the personal satisfaction

of being there was more imporlant," remarked member Mo Shamselden.

To enrich their knowledge of the theatre, the group made regular visits to the Seattle Beperatory. ln summeri-

zation, president Gina Beretta expressed, "l've enjoyed leading such a talented, active, growing, groLJP."

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Htglrb,ghhvgo, "V.1.C.A., Ho!" was the enthusiaslic cheer of the Vocational lndustrial

Clubs of America. The club's purpose was to promote leadership and pride in

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workmanship About seventy-five students form the five vocational areas, Machine shop, Auto Shop, Commercial Focds, Graphics and Commeilcd Art, met once a week to discuss skil/s and parliamentary procedures which was the Roberls rules of orders. The learning of this procedure helped in the preparation for the Regional Skill and Leadership conference in Februar^y; where five students f rom each

area were chosen to represent the school. Competitions were also held between students in their special skill areas. "The club was useful in preparing me for a career. lt taught me how to react in a competition." commented Tim Lee.

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1 Engrnes are an rntricate prxe of machinery here Ron Mtller and Mike Pruett explore the dif ferent pafts 2 Club president Stan Weaver 3 ln Graphrcs Lane Snodgrass prepares to ctean the

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Carpentry rs another aspect ol

Vocattonal Afts Here Chns Knoles repars the Lrttle Charger playhouse 5 VICA members Justtn Bnggs, Steven Carey, Mike Pruetl Dave Montesi, Lane Snodgrass, Mitch Srverson. Errc Willrams. Crarg Damon, Linda Backus, Tom Schmrdt, Mrke Campbell. Bob Newlander, tvan Marlz. Jerry Trrska, Ray Nelson, Jeff Greever,

Don Swanson, Tim Lee Stan Weaver Jeff Schmrdt, Laura Barlev, Randv Lerkam, Rod Edtson. Dave Schwaftz, Ttm Calton, Darren Trepanter

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Most Romantic Cwpte: 1 . Paul Skinner and Sue Edwards 2. Jeff Fusse/l and Tammy Kernetson 3. Dave Post and Ruth lresse/

1. Eddie Gutierrez, Carmen Henke 2. Terry O'Neil, Lynn Buerstette 3. Jay Covey, Michelle Zimmerman

Most Athletic: 1 . Travis Eckert, Vicki Cantrell 2, Tony Torali, Maia Tihista 3. Trent Larson, Karen Landen

Most Popular 1 . Travis Eckert, NikkiShoemaker 2. Trent Larson, Carmen Henke 3. Kurt Phelps, Laura Elacker 3. Terry O'Neil

Smartest: 1 . Jeff Bunce, Ruth lresse/ 2. Jeff Russe/I, Karen Newman 3. Phil Graves, Sue Loomas

Biggest Flirt: 1 . Tim Watts, Kathy Hannon 2. Craig West, Laura Blocker, 3. Mike Lind, Kelly Pollard Funniest: 1 . Tim Watts, Karen Skacel 2. Dave Norman, Glynnis Green 3. Mike Lind, Shelly Boyer

3. Vicki Bonzer Best Looking: | . Eddie Gutierrez, Charleen RYan 2. Scott Alastra, Carmen Henke 3. Terry O'Neil, Vicki Cantrel

Favorite Movie: | . Rocky Horror Picture Show 2. The Jerk 3. The Deer Hunter

Best Body: 1. Terry O'Neil, Carmen Henke 2. Eddie Gutierrez, Cindy Vedder 3. Kurt Phelps, Barb Smith l''

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Friendliest: 1. Steve Merryman, Nikki Shoemaker 1. Craig West 2. Jeff Baker, Kathy Hannon 2. John Evoy, Tanya Hanover 2. Jeff Morton Most Spirited: 1. Steve Merryman, Tami Clark 2. Tim Watts, Linda Neuenswander 2. John Benfelt, Karen Skacell

Favorite Movie Sfars; 1. Robert Redford, Jane Fonda 2. Clint Eastwood, Barbara Streisnad 2. Burt Reynolds 3. Bo Derek

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Favorite Song: 1 . "Still" by the 2. "Renegade' 3. "stairway to Heaven" by Led Zeppelin

Most lnvolved: 1. Steve Merryman, Lynn Buerstette 2, Jeff Bunce, KarenLanden, 3. Jeff Russe//, Linda Newenswander

Favorite Sport: 1. Football 2. Basketball 3. Skiing

Most Likely to Succeed: 1 . Jeff Bunce, Ruth Iresse/ 2. Jeff Russell, Lyn 3. Jeff

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The nineteen seventies was a period

of transition for the Kent area, the Nation, and the world. Many new questions were posed as new scien-

tific developments cropped up, new art

forms emerged, and our socialsystem changed.

As these changes happened, many events occured which will always be locked in our memories. And so, to these memories, cfl'ses, and fun-tilled times we dedicate this section . . . -l-L.Li at

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buslnesses. tary and the Benson from 1968. 4. Renton's Clover leaf , connecting *attle, Everett, and the Valley in 1979.

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Kentridge itself changed. ln 1970 the c/ass system turned completely

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around from an open concept program with individualtime schedules, to a more traditional six-period day. This was done tor organizational reasons. Dr. George Wilson recalled, "Before the change in schedules, there were times when six or seven hundred students were roaming the halls for their own fifteen minute breakwhile other c/asses were in session. lt was chaos." ln 1971 the school became one of the first high schools in the area with co-ed Physical Education c/asses. The attitude of the nation was reflected by the students each year. llVhen KR was first built, there were strong feelings of unrest in the country and community. Students demonstrated it through their actions and dress. One day in the early seyenfies, 250 students took part in a walk-out, but there was no violence. As for dress, many girls began wearing pants to sehool for the first time, and young

men grew hair below the collar. This, along with efforts by student council members, lead to significant changes in the District Dress Code.

As the decade grew older, the world

situation became calmer and so did students. 1980 was termed "The Year

of the Apathetic Student" by

many.

But Dr. Wilson felt the studenls simply "have learned to get the most out of the system. School is an opportunity

and studenls began to realize this. They became better informed, more respectfuleach year." Many natural phenomena occurred in ten years, including the short-ofspectacular return of the comet Kohutek in 1974, Hurricanes Fredrick and David (the first to be named after nan), a total eclipse of the sun over Washington State in 1979, and an immobilizing snow storm that hit an unsuspecting Northwesl in January of 1980. "Snow Days" extended public schoo/s winter vacation from fourteen to twenty days. 1. Students roam the halls only at certain times now. 2. Mrs. Barbara Dorrough's organizational tasks are much easier with unitorm schedules.

3. Schoo/s everywhere closd down with the first snowflakes. 4. Styles and lads became fancier and classier with each year. 5. Kentridge

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Over the course of ten years, world population doubled. People in the

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Kent area felt closer to this world situation than any other. ln 1979 alone,

Pacific Northwest ryulation. quadrupled and houses began popping up everywhere. "Save Our Farmland" legislature was presented, but with insufficient turnout to the polls, the

fr

measure failed.

Kentonians also saw drastic changes in scenery, as old city hall

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was torn down and a new one built, Meeker street was "Beautified", and the Renton Loop re-constructed. Shopping centers shot up on every available piece of land.

New, innovative art forms arrived including Freeway and Waterfront Parks. Some art exhibited amazing

mobility namely, Earthworks Park on West Hill, which moved tons of earth across the highway during torrential downpours in the Fallof 79. Bulldozers played and essential role, as they stripped trees and bushes from the countryside in the name of

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progress. A new trailer park was added across the street from the schaol, Glen Carin

doubled in

size

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expanded to almost 3,500 homes. 1. Kent's new city hall adds dignity to Fourth heaier every month as the community gtows. 3. Shopping centers get larger and more crow&d. Here is {buthcenter Parkway and lndustrialpark.4. New apartments sprout at 208th and Bensn, near the *hool. 5. street. 2. Traftic gets

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Center's arches are yet another aftempt

at new art. 6. New Supermarkets are con-

structed every few montlp to accomodate the incre asi ng popu lation.

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WOrId WAr

III? Naftotu National events had a heavy impact many. The decade began with war in Vietnam and ended with the Soviety invasion of

on the security and future of DG,|NA

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the perspective of many collegebound sfudenls. The United Sfafes sw four Presidents in office r,ore - Presithan any other ten year period. dent Johnson's term came up and Wce President Nixon was elected to office. Following Watergate, Gerald Ford held the *at for two years, followed by a smiling Jimmy Carter. The erious effects of this rapid changeover in leadership was reflected in Carter's "Crisis of Confidence" address in 1979. Americans saw rnen and probes in Wace, and an actual US/Soviet rendeanous in orbit. This was a sign of internationat brotherhood in sciintific exploration. Another event held in the Wirit of brotherhood was threatened as Carter proposed a boycott of the 1980 Moscow Olympics.

November second, 1980, was a

tragic day. lranian studenfs attacked and took control of the US embassy in

Teheran. They held 49 Americans hostage, pending release of their Shah from US hospitals where he was undergoing medical treatment. The Shah finally relocated, but no hostages were released. Along with their leader, The Ayatollah Ruyallah Khoneini, lranians Mcarne the target of American anger and resentment. Arnerica's position as a world power and it's resp*t in the eyes of world citizens began to decay. Gas /ines stretched from sea to shin-

ing sea as Americans searched for e ne rgy sources. One change that made this decade

alte r n ative

unique was the metamorphosis of morals across the nation. The age old

insitution of marriage started to break down under the slress of frequent divorce. Society fugan to accept couples who simply "lived together". The Seventies were eventful times, full of loss. change, and progress .in every area. We left the decade behind, but will always renrember the cirumstances

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127

Pradi, Michael

91, 19s

Prcllwiz, Jean

199 193 193 142

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Privetl. Michaet Pfoctot, Candace Proctot, Lance

175,199 t5J 18,142

Pr*lor, Monba Prukop. Julie Puckell, Michelle Pullen, Heicli

193

t3J 65,142, 193 22, 127

Purcell, Kathy

48,49

&cky

Pursch,

193

199

22.126 Quayle, Somrudee

Pacholsfu. Carre Pacikon, Dave Padbck, Joan Pahl, Catherine Pahl, Doug Palmer, Colleen Palmer, Susan Paoletti, Sleven Pardin, Sharon Pardo, David Park, Mary Parker, Jerry Parker, Scot! Parkn, Sharon PaniSh, Karen Palrick, Brran Palnck. Gary Palterson, Kendra Palterson, Todd Paulsen, Dawd Paulson. Lisa Paus, Gerald Pausheck. John Payne, Lori Payne, Randall Pearl. Sheree Pderson, Cindy Pehlke, Anita Pen&r, Michael Pennnglon, Btchard Penrod, John Penrod, Laura Peppr, Nanette Pereira, Cheryl Peretra, Stephen Perin, Colleen Perin, David Perrett, Laura Perrin, Kennelh Perrotti, David Pelchnick, Todd Petersen, Edilh Pelersen, Michael Pelers, Linda Peterson, Frank Pelerson, Wlma Pelranek, Sandra Petrowich, Bill Peltelle. Laura Petlersen, Frank Petty, Alan

127

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37,127 42.64,142.161

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Bemillard, Daryl Rempler, Crystal Rener, Bradley Renrcr, Terry Reynods, James Rnoacles,,Alzda Bhoades, Kimberlee Rhdes, Dawn Rhonp., Bichard Richards. Fred Rtchaids, Mark Rtches, Leah

Rrches Lloyd Hechel, Jay Rieck. Deanna Rieg, Eugene Riel, El2abeth Rikansrad, James Ripley, Don Ripley. Carol Rilche, James

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180, 795 143

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Rudy khwer,Wlliam *hwadz David khwarz, John khweizer,Maria khvcandenvn, Michael bolcld, Robed g.olield. Bonald scott,sltelly Scott, .9lq/e tun,Tetry Seare lod Secrisl, Gwen khuver,

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57

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77

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146

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$arrDracfcr, Shc/y $er'ncr,

116 146

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9z.in,John g1ibr, Edward s'tpdgtas.Ltyrre &ty&r, Lono Sodernl<e,np,

*r,orwl1rcyl qnasn, f*dtef

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t45 55 81, 91, 168, 1 97, 200. 201 145

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82, t31 116

Kentridge 1980  

Kentridge High School yearbook 1980

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