Abraham Lincoln High School - Railsplitter Yearbook (Des Moines, IA)

 - Class of 1977

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J I j DtiudU u I ' do; iittiiiM- tjttittit iimmifi I i DES MOINES, IOWA VOLUME 14 OF LEADERSHIP ACADEMICS PAGE 10 OF A YEAR GONE BY STUDENT LIFE PAGE 34 OF GLORY SPORTS PAGE 100 OF TOMOR ROW UNDERCLASSMEN PAGE 154 OF YESTERDAY SENIORS PAGE 172 6 7 Administration sets the pace Mr. Melvin Bowen, principal, attended North High School and received his BA and MA in school administration from Drake. He also attended the U. of Minnesota and the U. of Columbia. Mr. Bowen, who has been here 19 years, enjoys football and basketball. " Lincoln is an opportunity school for everyone, " Mr. Bowen said. Mr. Bowen (above) explains attendance policy to new sophomores. SCHOOL BOARD (seated) Peter J. Cun- ningham, secretary; Mrs. Betty Grundberg, rice president; Mrs. Marjorie Spevack, pmMfBt; D izht M. Davi-. - u p -rintend«-nt •f irfcuh. (StmBBf) Merit F. Schlampp, Mrs. Karen Williams, old en Gentry, Dr. Mns MeCaw, Dr. George Caudill. Mr. Robert Wilson, vice-principal, received his MA from the Univer- sity of Nebraska. He has been here 25 years and assists the sen- ior officers in graduation activities. Mr. Wilson enjoys sports, fishing, and traveling. Mr. Earl Brott received his MA from Drake and has been vice- principal for seven years. Mr. Brott enjoys camping and travel- ing. He and his wife ' s favorite camping location is Yellowstone National Park. .am Mr. James Fitzsimmons received his BS and MS from Drake and has been vice-principal for six years. He has been a teacher and counselor at many different schools and in 1953, he was the football coach here. Mr. Fitzsimmons en- joys golfing and camping. Mrs. Kathleen Schiffer, registrar, has been here for 25 years. She keeps records of every student ' s grade transcript and is secretary of BLH. Mrs. Schiffer enjoys fish- ing and swimming at Red Rock Reservoir. Office staff: Mrs. Shirley Garland, Mrs. Annette Wright, Mrs. Delores Warren. Mrs. Alice Bowling, nurse, at- tended Iowa Methodist nursing school and received her MA from Drake. She has been here six years. Mrs. Bowling enjoys read- ing mysteries and sewing. Office staff provides useful services Mrs. Ada Mae Fehrs, bookkeeper, man- ages money transactions from all of the school ' s clubs and organizations. She is a graduate of Drake and has been here since 1972. Mrs. Fehrs enjoys crafts, sewing, needlepoint and the piano. Kathy Forbes (far left) puts absent slips in teachers ' boxes. Mrs. Garland (left) makes an important announce- ment on the intercom. Associates: Mrs. Alette Shull, Mrs. Lois Gabler. Mr. John Jarvis received his MA at Drake and has been here 11 years. He enjoys woodworking and making furniture for his family. Mr. Jarvis also enjoys gourmet meals and wants to take up painting. Counselors (below) are Richard Malliet. Alice Anderson, Ethyle Cummins, Maxine Scott, John Jarvis, and Dennis Peacock. Mrs. Ethyle Cummins is a gradu- ate of Drake and has received her BA and MA in Guidance and Coun- seling. She has been here since 1967. In her spare time Mrs. Cum- mins enjoys reading and traveling. Counselors offer guidance Mr. Richard Malliet attended Drake, Morningside, University of Iowa and has been here for 17 years. He enjoys gardening, ath- letics, and reading. Mr. Dennis Peacock attended college at UNI and received his MA from Drake. He has been here 13 years. Mr. Peacock enjoys reading books on historical fiction and as- sisting his son with his stamp collection. Mrs. Maxine Scott attended the University of Colorado and received her MA and BA from Drake. She has been here since 1965. Mrs. Scott en- ' joys gardening and reading historical and mystery novels. Mrs. Charlene Bjork (right), secretary of the counseling office, attended Pittsburg State Teachers College. She has been here 12 years. Mrs. Bjork enjoys garden- ing and caring for her four grand- children. Miss Alice Anderson (left) at- tended Fayette College and re- ceived her MA at Drake. She has been here 13 years. Miss Anderson enjoys bowling, golfing, and re- conditioning antique furniture. 14 Specialized instruction Mr. Ron Gray (left) is the work experience instructor for Lincoln and Roosevelt. He received his MA from the U of Northern Colo- rado. He has traveled between Lincoln and Roosevelt for eight years. During second semester, Mr. Gray has been using a Civics Project course to benefit disad- vantaged students. Mrs. Jan Campbell (left center) received her MS from Drake and has been here one semester. She enjoys skiing at Aspen, Vale, and Breckenridge and also enjoys bi- cycling, camping and sailboating. Mrs. Gelene Baldis (below left) received her MA from Drake and has been here three years. Mrs. Baldis is in the teacher ' s lab and gives specialized instruction in reading, writing, and other aca- demic areas. 1 w Mrs. Barbara Shepherd (above), special education director, attended Stephens Point State University in Wisconsin and received her BA from Drake. She has been here since 1970. Mrs. Shepherd enjoys motor racing and cooking. Mrs. Diane Eoriotti (left) at- tended St. Joseph ' s Academy, Drake and the University of North- ern Iowa. She has been here one semester. Mrs. Eoriotti enjoys sewing and playing golf in her spare time. Study hall provides relaxation Mrs. Johe Hickman is a gradu- ate from Ottumwa Heights Junior College. She has been here three years. Mrs. Hickman enjoys cro- cheting, sewing, and playing tennis. Mrs. Wanda Weberg has been here three years. When not watch- ing over the study hall, she enjoys knitting, sewing, and crocheting. Mrs. Weberg spends her summers with her family at their cabin in Minnesota. Mark Edwards (left) and Jerry ( lav ton concentrate on improving their foosball technique. 15 Library promotes reading materials Miss Helen Holt attended high school in Charles City and is a gradu- ate of Bethany College in Kansas. She has been here 30 years. She en- joys reading, traveling, and collect- ing antiques. Junior Kim Minshall (above) researches information for a speech. Senior Steve Snook (below left) receives assistance from Helen Holt. Mrs. Willey (below right) checks out a book for a student. In Mrs. Mary Jane Willey is an assistant librarian and has been here three years. She is in charge of the mail, all periodicals, and book re- pair. Mrs. Willey enjoys crafts and crocheting. M iss Lillian Cole received her Bachelors Degree of Religious Edu- cation from Baptist Bible Seminary and her MS from Syracuse Univer- sity. She has been here eight years. Miss Cole enjoys needlecraft and collecting children ' s literature. Math department sharpens minds Mr. Vernon Bly received his BA from Luther College and his MS from Kansas State. He has been here seven years. Mr. Bly is in Des Moines Community Playhouse pro- ductions and has interests in gene- ology. Mr. Lowell Reed received his BA from Simpson and his MA from Northeast Missouri State. He has been here 13 years. Mr. Reed is athletic director, enjoys all types of sports, and likes traveling. Mr. Edgar Eckey has been here for 29 years and has enjoyed watching Lincoln grow with each new building addition. He was graduated from Parson ' s College and received his MA from the University of Iowa. Mark Austin, Jenny Robb, and Kelly Lundgren (above) listen to lecture in Algebra II. Mr. Gary Bagby attended Roose- velt High School and received his MS from Drake. He has been here eight years and sponsors Math Club. Mr. Bagby ' s hobbies are computer science, firearms, model rockets, and drag racing. Mr. Elbert Jennings received his MS from the U. of Missouri. He has been here eight years. Mr. Jennings enjoys camping at Yellowstone Na- tional Park and in Minnesota along Lake Superior. Mr. Phillip Martin received his BS at Augustana College and his MS at Drake. He has been here eight years and coaches girls varsity basketball, track and cross country. Mr. Martin enjoys fishing and golf. Mr. Lowell Dougherty attended Drake and University of Northern Iowa. He has been here 14 years. Mr. Dougherty enjoys tennis, bridge, bicycling, and sailing. 17 Mr. Paul Dupey is a graduate of the University of Northern Iowa and has been here for three years. He enjoys fishing: and hunting in his leisure time. Mrs. Marilyn Ciroth received her BA from Wartburg College, and has been here nine years. Mrs. Groth " wishes the school were smaller so that the students would be closer. " English department adds basic course to curriculum Mrs. Lillian Hildreth, English department chairman, attended college at Hastings, Drake and U of Iowa. She has been here 15 years. Mrs. Hildreth enjoys read- ing, listening to music, and is a Nebraska football fan. Miss Carol Harms received her MA from Drake and has been here six years. She is the faculty ad- visor for student speeches. Miss Harms enjoys reconditioning an- tique furniture, canoeing, and ski- ing. Juniors Jeff Bixler, Amy Aller, Joe Shee- han, and Beth Theomer (far above) read an assignment in Mr. Dupey ' s novel class. A student (above) studies his notes before a test. Mrs. RaeGene Bobbins and students (below) decorate a Christmas tree. Mr. Dennis Hildreth, drama coach and pantomine director, is a graduate of Simpson. He has been here since 1974. Mr. Hildreth enjoys all aspects of drama and fine arts. 18 Students in a sophomore English class read short stories from their text in preparation for class discussion. Mr. William Hutchison is the sponsor of Chess Club and Film Club. He attended Perry High School, the University of Iowa, and has been teaching here for eight years. Mrs. Toni Dann received her BA in English from Iowa State Uni- versity and has been here one semester. She belongs to the phil- anthropic sorority, Delta Theta Tau. In her spare time she enjoys swimming, reading and volunteer- ing at Broadlawns Hospital. Mr. Gerald Jaehnel attended Northern Illinois University and has been here for 15 years. He is timekeeper for all home wrestling meets, football, and basketball games. Mr. Jaehnel enjoys garden- ing, bicycling, and sports. Miss Gretchen Kauffman (above), sponsor of Girls Club, has been here since 1968. She received her MA from the University of Iowa and spends her spare time bicycling and listening to music. Mrs. Leigh Lussie (below), at- tended Roosevelt High School, Grandview and Drake and has been here for seven years. In her spare time, Mrs. Lussie enjoys crochet- ing, antiquing and embroidery. Mrs. Kathleen Myers (far above), is a graduate of the University of Iowa and is working on her MA in counseling at Drake. She has been here ten years. Mrs. Myers has one daughter. She enjoys growing plants and writing. Mrs. Dorothy Oakman (above), attended college at UNI, Drake, and the U of Iowa. She has been teaching here for seven years. Mrs. Oakman enjoys listening to music, reading and hiking. An English course for every need Sophomore students in English class listen intently to a lecture in prep- aration for a test. Mrs. Diane Weir is a graduate of Northern Illinois University with a BS degree. She has been here two years and is the publica- tions advisor for the yearbook and newspaper. Mrs. Weir enjoys swimming, sewing and playing bridge. Mr. Alex Pritchard received his BA from UNI where he served on a debate team. He has been here one year. Mr. Pritchard assists in speech contests and is the Debate and Forensics coach. Mr. Harold Swihart attended East High School, Grandview, and Drake. He has been here nine years. Mr. Swihart enjoys boating and woodworking in his spare time. Mrs. RaeGene Robb.ins received her BS from Drake and has been here nine years. She sponsors Peer Counselors, Care Club, and Bible Study. Mrs. Robbins enjoys reading psychology books and likes to vacation in California. Mr. James Wickham received his MA from Drake. He has been here six years. Debbie Hendrix (above) tries to find the right words. Students learn of foreign cultures Mrs. Maria Creagh attended Barcelona University and is a graduate of the Sorbonne in France where she received her MA in Spanish. She is the sponsor of Spanish Club. Mrs. Erna Bevington attended the U of Grenoble in France, and received her BA and MA degrees from the U of Iowa. She has been here 18 years. Mrs. Bevington is an honorary lifetime member of Quill and Scroll, national journal- ism fraternity, and Mutual Dupli- cate Bridge Club. Miss Kathryn Kirkhoff attended Longwood High School in Chicago and received her MA from Creigh- ton in Omaha, Nebraska. She has been here 25 years. Miss Kirkhoff enjoys collecting antiques, sewing, traveling, and following the stock market. French IV (far above) awaits the passing bell. Julie Stanley and Mark Squires (above) brush up on French pronouns. Senora Creagh and Nancy Lockwood (below) go through the day ' s assignment. 21 Mr. Gordon Blenderman received his BA from UNI and is a gradu- ate of the University of Colorado. He has been here since 1972. Mr. Blenderman enjoys weightlifting and coaches wrestling at Weeks Junior High. Mr. John Carle, varsity basket- ball coach, attended Drake, Central College and received his MA at Kirksville. He has been here since 1971. Mr. Carle ' s main interest in life centers around basketball. Mr. Donald Cole is an authority on American Indians. He has been here since 1966. Mr. Cole has an extensive gun collection. American History c lasses are re quired for all sophomores. 22 Social Science studies past and present Mr. Jerry Chiaramonte received his BA at Greenville in Illinois, and has been here six years. He is the Senior Sign sponsor and enjoys tennis and reading books on reli- gion and psychology. Mr. Donald Ceynar sponsors boys ' and girls ' golf and has been here ten years. He attended Utah State, Drake and received his MA at Iowa State. Mr. Ceynar enjoys all sports and woodworking. Mr. William Gilbert attended Cretin High School in St. Paul, Minnesota and received his BA at McAllistor. He has been here 14 years. Mr. Gilbert enjoys reading, writing, and selling tickets for basketball and football games. Mr. Gary Gabel, chairman of the social science department, received his BA and MA from Drake. He has been here for seven years. Mr. Gabel ■ is the coordinator for the NCA evalu- ation that will take place next year. He enjoys fishing and camping. Students in John C arle ' s history class show school spirit before a pep assembly. Mr. Jerald Hickey believes " that the student-teacher relationship has improved " in his 17 years here. He raises dachsunds, plays the guitar and collects coins. He is also an assistant scout master and his scouting name is Running Deer. Mr. David Ortale received his MS from Iowa State and has been here three years. He coaches soph- omore boys ' football and girls ' track. Mr. Ortale enjoys boating, traveling, and attending sports events. Mr. Cecil Rhoads, head varsity football coach, attended Drake, Iowa State, the University of South Dakota and received his BA from Simpson. He has been here for three years. Mr. Rhoads en- joys antique cars and camping. Mrs. Rose Smith received her BA and MA from Drake and has been here nine years. She works on a scholarship committee at Drake, is Homecoming Chairman, and enjoys oriental flower ar- ranging. Mr. Gary Gabel (above) helps Salinda Gathercole and Sue Roth with research papers in the library. Mr. Don Williams (above) is a graduate of Drake and has taught here four years. He is the assistant wrestling coach and enjoys playing tennis. Mr. Carl Van Tuyl (right) is a graduate of the University of Iowa. He has been sponsor of Pep Club for four years and feels that the students are more involved in school activities. Mr. Van Tuyl enjoys reading and photography. Mrs. Virginia Zinger (above left) received her BA and MA from Drake and has taught here ten years. She chaperones the Home- coming Dance and helps on other senior activities. Mrs. Zinger also enjoys reading and travel and con- siders London the most exciting place she has visited. Mr. Albert Testa (above) at- tended Wisconsin State University and received his BA from Drake. He has been here seven years, and enjoys tennis, snow skiing, fishing and reading. 23 Teachers experiment for the future Mr. Alan Ewers, chairman of the science department, attended Albia High School, Denver University, and received his BS at UNI and MS at the University of Wisconsin. He has been here 26 years. Mr. Ewers enjoys photography, crafts, jogging, moun- tain hiking, and canoeing. Mrs. Judy Griffin received her BA from Augustana College in South Dakota and her MA from Drake. She has been here for eight years and sponsors cheerleading. Mrs. Griffin has two pet dogs, Chance and Fritz. Mr. Ace Hendricks is an assistant football coach and has been here for five years. He graduated from the University of New Mexico. Mr. Hend- ricks ' hobbies are hunting, fishing, taxidermy, and photography. Mr. Hugh Kent received his MA from Michigan State and has been here 15 years. He has had past experience as a coach at North and Fort Dodge and enjoys canoeing and gardening. Steve Isaacson (above right) with the help of Mr. Rowley and Mr. Ewers, types orders on the computer terminal. Mr. Stone and Senior Bill Oliver (far above right) search for accurate data. Seniors Jeremy Johnston, Bruce Wilson and Richard Stephens (right) pre- pare for a chemistry lab. 24 Mr. Edward Kern received his BS from Morningside, his MS from the U. of South Dakota and has been here 13 years. He is inter- ested in all athletics, and keeps scores for all basketball games. Mr. Herbert McCaw received his BS at Ohio State and his MS at Iowa State. He has been here since 19G7. Mr. McCaw likes to repair television sets and travels to Flori- da to spend time in his summer home. Mr. Thomas Rowley received his BA from Wayne State in Nebraska and his MA from Drake. He has been here three years and sponsors the Computer Club. His hobbies are growing plants and being a ham radio operator. Mr. Wendall Stone attended Drake, South Dakota State, Iowa State University and Simpson and has been here 27 years. He enjoys fishing, bowling, and the outdoors. Mr. Kent relates to Mr. Stone (far above) one of his witty jokes. Sopho- mores Mike Marshall and Mike Lloyd (above) dissect starfish in biology. Mrs. Sarah Williams received her BA from UNI and has been here one year. She enjoys cooking, all types of sports, traveling and read- ing. Mrs. Williams in also in charge of the school ' s audio-visual equipment. 25 Mrs. Clara Day attended Tech High School and is a graduate of Drake University. She has been here since 1972. Mrs. Day enjoys camping, fishing, tobogganing, ice skating and needlepoint. Students learn to live in business world DECA students receive advice from Sponsor Dan Murray. Mr. Jerry Atkinson received his MA from Drake. He has been here seven years and is the Girls ' Soph- omore Basketball Coach and the Girls ' Softball Assistant Coach. Mr. Atkinson enjoys golfing and working around the house. Miss Janyce Abarr (above) attended Parsons College and is a graduate of the U of Indiana. She has been here for ten years. Miss Abarr enjoys traveling and collecting antiques. Mrs. Sally Fisher (above) is co- sponsor of Flags and Young Office Workers. She attended Roosevelt High School, Parsons College and has been here 12 years. Mrs. Fisher ' s hobbies are golf, cooking and fishing. An accounting class (above) follows instructions diligently. Mrs. Alice Else (below) attended Iowa State, the U of Colorado, and received her BS from Drake. She has been here ten years. Mrs. Else enjoys writing poetry, and owns a Welch Corgi. Miss Joan Hall (below) has done undergraduate work at the U of Iowa and received her MA from UNI. She has been here nine years. Miss Hall enjoys bicycling and needlepoint. 26 Mrs. Ruth Jacobsen attended Area 11 and received her BS from Drake. She has been here one year. Mrs. Jacobsen enjoys sewing, politics, literature, and athletic participation. Mr. Richard McMahon received his BA and MA from Drake. He has been here since 1973. Mr. and has a miniature dachsund. and has a miniature dachsand. Mr. Gene Rodgers attended Lin- coln and received his BA and MS at Drake University. He has been r here five years. Mr. Roger ' s hob- NT bies are gardening and stamp col- lecting. Miss Kathryn Kirkhoff attended Longwood High School in Chicago and received her MA from Creigh- ton in Omaha, Nebraska. She has been here 25 years. Miss Kirkhoff enjoys collecting antiques, sewing, traveling, and following the stock market. Mr. Dan Murray is the sponsor of DECA, and has been here seven years. He received his BS and MS from Drake. Mr. Murray is learn- ing to play golf and enjoys vaca- tioning in California. Wendy Jones and Diane Heggen (far above) experiment with a calcu- lator in accounting. Students in typ- ing (above) await orders to begin. Some students (below) just aren ' t interested in the day ' s activities. Fine Arts develops talents 7 Trumpet players Dane Spencer, Ted Heggen, Fiore Montanaro, and Bob True (above) are right on cue in concert band. Art class (below) heats pan to prepare for batiking. Mrs. Donna Whiteaker attended Stephens College in Columbia, Mis- souri and received her MA from Drake. She has been here five years. Mrs. Whiteaker enjoys fiberworking and jewelry making. Mr. Dale McLean received his MA at the U. of Missouri and has been here for ten years. He enjoys painting and playing Keno and is an avid sports fan of his alma mater. Mr. McLean is the head of the art department. Mrs. Donna Yeast received her BA from Drake and has been here for ten years. She is the sponsor of Equestrian Club, has a unique car collection, and enjoys arts and crafts. Mrs. Carol Stewart received her BME in music education at Drake and MM in choral conducting at Southern Methodist U. in Dallas, Texas. She has been here since 1972. Mrs. Stewart enjoys skiing, bicycling, canoeing, playing tennis, and participating in music clinics. Mr. Dennis Dowell (above) re- ceived his BA from the University of Iowa, and has been here three years. He enjoys camping and swimming, and hopes someday to conduct a large symphony. Mr. Richard Baber (below) has been here two years and is working towards his MA at Drake. In his spare time he water skis, plays tennis, and is a member of the Des Moines Concert Singers. Industrial Arts builds future skills ft. mm I The hood of a car makes a fine desk for Mr. Gillis, Jim Mvers (middle), and Ray Hutt (right). Mr. Douglas Wenslay (above right) attended Albuquerque High School and received his BS from the U. of New Mexico. He has been here six years. In his spare time he enjoys farming, working on sports cars, and playing tennis and golf. Mr. Robert Wren (below) attended North and Dowling High Schools and received his BA from UNI and his MA from Wayne State in Detroit. In his spare time he enjoys woodwork- ing, fishing, and hunting. He has also taught summer school drivers edu- cation. Mr. Gary McClanahan (above) attended North High School and received his BA from Northwest Missouri State. He is currently working for his MA in industrial arts at Drake. Mr. McClanahan is an assistant coach for football and boys ' track and has been here one year. He enjoys water skiing and swimming in his spare time. Mr. Gary Shmerbeck (below) attended Bemidji State University and has been here one year. Mr. Schmerbeck enjoys singing in a church choir, hunting and sports. Mr. Don Gillis received his BS from Bemidji State University. He has been here two years. Mr. Gillis enjoys working on old cars, swimming, and is a member of a bowling team. Mr. Paul Hess attended Colo- rado State University and is a graduate of UNI. He has been here two years. Mr. Hess enjoys traveling, camping, and playing his guitar. Mr. Bert Johnson attended the U. of Illinois and Mankato State College. He has been here for three years. His spare time is spent camping and snowmobiling with his family. 29 Physical Education goes coed Mr. Tom Cady is a graduate of Iowa State and has been here for nine years. He coaches girls ' swimming and was named Coach of the Year in 1972. Mr. Hugh Drake (above) received his MA at Fort Collins and his Ph.D. at the U of L He has been here for three years and is an assistant football and track coach. His interests include hunting, fish- ing and golf. Mr. Bob VanderLinden is a gradu- ate of Central college. He has been here ten years and coaches boys ' track. Mr. VanderLinden enjoys wood- working, hunting, camping, and fish- ing. Mrs. Linda Ritland (above) is a graduate of Luther College and has been here for five years. She sponsors Drill Team and is the gymnastics coach. Mrs. Ritland also enjoys ten- nis, raquetball, and snow and water skiing. Mr. Bob Locker (below) the var- sity baseball coach and sponsor of Lettermen ' s Club, went to Iowa State. He has been here eight years. His interests are water skiing, golfing, and refereeing football and basketball games. Girls in gym class (above) participate in aerobic dancing while the boys (below) play an aggressive game of basketball. Mr. Ron Baeth attended Moore- head High School and Missouri State University. He is now in the process of completing his MA in counseling at Drake. Mr. Baeth has been here ten years and enjoys all sports and hunting. Mr. Robert Case received his BA from Iowa State and has taught here one semester each year since 1972. During the other semesters, he teaches at Dowling and East. In his spare time he enjoys listen- ing to music and participating in sports. Students (above) gain experience and improve skills from simulated driving. Drivers Ed emphasizes safety Mr. Floyd Constant (above) at- tended Valley High School and Iowa State University. He has been here since 1968. Mr. Constant enjoys fishing, hunting, and camp- ing in his leisure time. Mr. Robert Leonard (above) re- ceived his BA from UNI and has done graduate work at Drake, UNI, and Iowa State. He has taught Drivers Ed. here since 1966 and has previously taught history. He is a member of the Masonic Lodge and enjoys basketball, base- ball and football. Messrs. Baeth, Hayes, Constant. Case, and Wand (left to right) make plans for next semester ' s drivers education classes. Mr. Larry Hayes (below) coach of wrestling and girls ' softball, re- ceived his MA at N.E. Missouri State. He has been a NCAA Wrestling Champion three times and in 1970 was inducted into the National Wrestling Hall of Fame. Mr. Irvin Wildman (below) at- tended Iowa State, Colorado State University, and Drake. He enjoys photography and traveling in his trailer. Mr. Wildman has helped organize conventions of the Ameri- can Driver and Traffic Safety As- sociation, where he received a 15- year attendance award. Mr. Jay Wand attended Nebraska State Teachers College and has been here eight years. He taught Woodshop at Kurtz Junior High for five years and enjoys making furniture out of wood. 31 Home Ec adds the personal touch Mrs. Anne Borgen received her MS from Eastern Illinois Univer- sity. She has been here three years. Mrs. Borgen enjoys sewing, playing the piano, and reading. jj 5 I Mrs. Phyllis Garnant received her MS from Iowa State. She has been here five years. Mrs. Garnant enjoys cooking new and unusual foods and using the microwave oven. She also enjoys sewing, re- finishing wood furniture and re- modeling her home. Mrs. Janice Roxberg received her BS from Iowa State and has been here three years. She is on the Parents Advisory Board at Iowa State. Mrs. Roxberg enjoys col- lecting antiques. it ' s what you could be! si Mrs. Patricia Schwartz has been here for 14 years. She attended East High School in Denver, Colo- rado and is a graduate of Iowa State. Mrs. Schwartz ' hobbies are yoga, reading, and crafts. Home Economics students (far above) finish written classwork as they wait for the bell. Students (above) demonstrate mixed reactions in foods class. Tim Harvey (above left) and Terry Nittler (below) prepare for a lab. 32 Maintenance staff provides efficiency First Row: Myron Newell, Dale Collins, Nick Sposato, Chuck First engineer Mike Newell monitors panel control McC lelland. Second Row: Richard Collins, Dorothy Smith, Richard for heating system. Mc( aullv, Frank Funaro, George Tuvrea. Third Row: Ken Ritchi, Carl Van Pelt 33 Lincoln opens doors to sophomore class August 27 the doors of Lin- coln High were opened to an eager sophomore class of 782 students. Mr. Earl Brott, sopho- more advisor, stressed the im- portance of good attendance and discussed various school policies. Other speakers included John Conkline, Student Council presi- dent; Mr. John Carle, head boys ' varsity basketball coach; and Vice-Principal Mr. Robert Wil- son. After being introduced to counselors and faculty, sopho- mores were shown to their re- spective homerooms. They were then free to locate their classes and become familiar with the school. Mr. Earl Brott (right), sophomore advisor, welcomes Sophomores Emily Edwards, Jennifer Dudley, Carla Fisher, and Janna Anderson to Lincoln. w T p ™ mm Sophomores listen intently as speakers discuss the events of the upcoming year. 36 Seniors who aided in the construction of the sign surround the completed project. Senior sign highlights festivities Homecoming festivities were highlighted by the annual con- struction of the Senior Sign. Mr. Jerry Chiaramonte coordinated the sign committee. The sign was designed by C aria Burt and consisted of three sides: the " ALHS " insignia, a silhouette of Abraham Lincoln, and a gridder to represent the football game. Working headquarters were set up at the Fort. Many seniors spent their spare time putting the float together. After completion of the float a potluck was held at MacRae Park for all seniors who helped build the sign. A traditional caravan escorted the sign to school to be displayed on the front lawn and later that night at the Homecoming game. (Left) Displaying pride over the completed float, are Senior Sign officers Mark Morrison, vice presi- dent; Diane Benoit, president; Kirby VanNausdle, secretary; and Marvin Fisher, treasurer. Excitement turns to glory as Ayala, Heggen crowned On the Monday preceding Homecom- ing week, nominations were submitted to comprise a list of approximately 40 can- didates for each of the positions as king and queen. From this list each person voted for two candidates in each category narrowing the likely candidates to ten. Making their final decision, the student body was forced to choose between Mark Ayala, Chuck Funaro, Doug Long, Jack Pulliam, and Bob Umdenstock for king and Darla Bradford, Debbie Carle, Diane Heggen, Cindy Hoff, and Cindy Osborn for queen. Excitement mounted during the final week as the ten candidates awaited the announcement of the two winners during the Homecoming Assembly on Friday. Amidst tears of joy, Diane Heggen re- ceived her roses, crown, and cape while being congratulated by her king, Mark Ayala. Cindy Hoff and Doug Long re- ceived the first runner-up honors. (Left) Homecoming Queen Diane Heggen and King Mark Ayala reflect excitement of the Homecoming festivities. The Homecom- ing court (below) includes candidates Chuck Funaro, Cindy Osborn, Jack Pullium and Diane Heggen. (Center) Bob Umdenstock and Darla Bradford. (Right) Mark Ayala, Debbie Carle, Doug Long and Cindy Hoff. Homecoming queen candidates (above) stop for a quick picture before half-time court presentation. (Above right) Craig Umphleet, posing as Abe Lincoln, presents roses to Queen Diane Heggen as King Mark Ayala looks on. Homecoming Court anxiously awaits presentation to the student body at the pep assembly. (Above) Cindy Osborn, escorted by Bob Umden stock, anticipates the announcement of King and Queen at the Homecoming assembly. (Right) Sherri Singsass presents Jack Pulliam with a Homecoming ribbon as the candidates are introduced. 39 Homecoming reflects spirit, tradition Homecoming brought to an end several weeks of work spent in preparation by various groups. Activities included the Powder Puff game, senior sign, and deco- rating the field. The victory over Roose- velt and the Homecoming Dance high- lighted the week ' s activities. As tradition has required in years past, a powder puff football game was held with Pep Club taking on the Cheerleaders, Flags, Drill Team, and Batons. Pep Club ' s three-year winning streak was broken as the game ended in a 13-13 tie. After several weeks of hard work, the seniors presented their sign to the school the day of the Homecoming game. Lin- coln ' s silhouette, the ALHS emblem, and a football player punting. Saturday night ' s Homecoming Dance completed the week ' s activities. Couples danced to music provided by the Gliders. The newly crowned king, Mark Ayala, and queen, Diane Heggen, and their court were also recognized. Lincoln fans (clockwise from lower ri ht) Janice Stycazski, Lori Lankford, Mary (ierrozin, and Simone Labuscha ne cheer the football team on to a 11 -tf victory over Roosevelt. Janice Walker and Inprid Stundins decorate the field for the Homecoming ame. Seniors Jerry Wiand and Lori Zarley enjoy a slow sontf at the Homecoming dance. 40 Pep Club booms with spirit Pep Club experienced a re- markable rise in attendance, with 156 members attending the first meeting. Sponsor Carl VanTuyl said, " This is the most outstand- ing group of girls I have ever worked with. " President Debi Carle sparked much enthusiasm, aided by Vice President Michelle Berard, Secre- tary Tammy Houseman, and Treasurer Julie Niffiniger. Be- cause Debi Carle and Tammy Houseman were graduated in January, Michelle Berard and Julie Niffiniger moved up to president and vice president. The traditional Powder Puff game ended in a tie between Pep Club and Cheerleaders, Flags, Batons, and Drill team. Pep Club worked hard to ac- quire separate seating at assem- blies and a full section at basket- ball and football games. President Debi Carle and Vice President Michelle Berard discuss the up-coming events of Homecoming and the Powder Puff game. 42 President Debi Carle Vice President Michelle Berard Pep Club and the officers show mixed emotions on the upcoming game. m. Girls have played the primary role in Pep Club in the past, but a change in policy allowed boys to join, which increased enrollment greatly. Secretary Tammy Houseman Treasurer Julie Niffiniger 43 Cheerleaders promote school spirit Varsity Cheerleaders main- tained their divided efforts as two squads in order to spread school spirit to more sports. Football cheerleaders supported varsity football, girls ' swimming, wrestling, and girls ' basketball. Cross country, boys ' swimming, and boys 1 varsity basketball were represented by the basketball squad. Twelve of the cheerleaders at- tended a DCA cheerleading camp at Storm Lake over the summer. New ideas for pep as- semblies, fund raising, chants and cheers, routines, and promotion of school spirit were learned at camp. One of the routines was selected for the preseason scrim- mage between the football team members. During the summer the cheer- leaders had a car wash and a raffle to raise money. Lesley Siebert, Tammy Cosner, Karan Docken, and Debbie Seeber cheer the wrestlers on to a victory. Football squad members: (first row) Lesley Seibert, Debbie Seeber. (second row) Paula Tursi, Karan Docken, Lori Zarley. (third row ) Janice Walker, Kim Minshall, Tammy Cosner. The Cheerleaders perform a mount as the (iirls ' Varsity Basketball Team is introduced. 44 Kay Gable, Lesley Seibert, Karan Docken, and Diane Seeber (above) watch the skit being performed at a pep assembly while waiting for their cues, (right) Seniors Diane Seeber and Leslie Henda " bump and boogie " the boys ' basketball team on to a victory. Basketball squad members (first row) Debbie Judish, Lynn Webb, (second row) Kym ErickflOn, Leslie Henda, Kelly Carle, (third row) Vicki Van Cleve, Kay Gable, Diane Seeber. Varsity cheerleaders (above left) perform introductory mount. C heerleaders (left) express joy after Lincoln de- feated Hoover 75-71. 45 Sophomores ignite team spirit Spirit was well ignited by the sophomore cheerleaders at all school activities. The cheer- leaders were chosen from various southside junior highs last spring. During the summer they at- tended practices and worked hard learning new cheers. They par- ticipated in different activities to raise money for their new uni- forms. The uniforms were pur- chased and worn with great pride. Lower left clockwise: M. Heggen, E. Wood, T. Champ, J. Carpino, S. Wilson, K. Fisher and K. Noble. i Captain JoMarie Tucci Sophomores practice their introduction mount before the game. Mary Heggen demonstrates a good example of school spirit. Mary Heggen, Ellen Wood, Terri Champ, Julie Carpino, Sandy Wilson, Karla Fisher, Kim Noble (center) Jo Marie Tucci. 46 Matmaids boost wrestlers ' spirit Matmaids relax between matches. First row: Chrifl Masiello, Kelly Nicholson, Deane Mohr, Paula Steinbach, Pauline Niccoletto. Second row : Jill Irving, Julie Niffenegger, Tessic Funaro, Terry Fees, Tammy Norton. Matmaids Jill Irving and Tessie Funaro (left) keep score at one of the many meets. Matmaids (below left) gather around to discuss instructions before the wres- tling meet. Matmaids, sponsored by Mr. Gordon Blenderman, played an important part in boosting spirit at wrestling events. The Matmaids had many responsibil- ities. Among the Matmaid ' s duties throughout the season were putting up posters, making programs, announcing line-ups, decorating locker rooms, tagging wrestlers, posting individual and team scores during meets, assisting coaches, and taping mats. All the Matmaids were appreciated by both wrestlers and spectators for their contributions to making a successful wrestling season. 47 Batons add sparkle The Lincoln High Baton Corps gained a new look with sophomores, Mary Bullard and Becky Taylor. The girls performed in a variety of different ways during the football season and at pep assemblies. Each have taken lessons for five years and their instructor, Jane Penn, was always there helping with new ideas. ' The highlight of our year was performing at the Hoover game at Vet ' s Auditorium in front of so many people, " said Marv Bullard. (clockwise) Mary concentrates during football halftime perform- ance. Becky displays talent for the fans, and together they twirl hoops during basketball halftime. (above) Mary Bullard, standing, Becky Taylor, kneeling. 48 Flag Twirlers boost school spirit Co-captains Cindra Machir and Risa Lewellen (below) and Secretary-Treasurer Darla Bradford, along with Sponsors Kathy Myers and Sally Fisher, worked with the other seven members to make this year ' s squad a success. Difficulties arose, but the squad was able to work them out and pull together. The girls marched with the band during football season and participated in spring parades. They also had a spaghetti dinner and teepeed various players ' houses during Home- coming. (Above) Lynne Miller, Jola Potycki, Tracy Vautfht, Dawn Judish, (top) Joan Paulsen, (Seated) Stephanie Wedemeier, Cindra Machir, Risa Lewellen, Darla Bradford and Lisa Pointer. Drill Team wins first State Award First row : Co-captains Diane Heggen and Anna Bridgford. Second row: Rondelle Klimowski, Rene Meyrat, Rhonda Kil- gore, Cassie Cioccio, kathy Ogle, Liz Noah, Sandy Riley, Vicky Holman, Julie (Juess, Kim Fairly, Liz Hall, (harlinn Knight, Ronnie Scott, Kelly Lundgren. Third row: Sandy Thomas, Paula O ' Connor, Mary Davis, Wendy Jones, Tami Miller, Cindy Shoemaker, Kym Stephens, Tonya Ferrari, Kathy Murphy, Judy Williams, Becky Schmaltz, Sue Lang, Mary Horton, Ann Weberg, Radona Watrous, Cindy Osborn, Christy Weeks. Captains Anna Bridgford and Diane Heggen led the Drill Team through a fun and rewarding year. Drill Team started its year by marching at the Iowa Shrine game last summer and in August worked at the Wish-Well for the Jerry Lewis Telethon. December 4, the Drill Team traveled to Ankeny for the Miss Drill Team of Iowa Pageant, re- ceiving second place honors. Four girls competed individually and all finished in the top ten. Seniors Sue Lang and Becky Schmaltz received sixth and fifth place, while Junior Rhonda Kil- gore received third; and Junior Tami Miller was awarded first runner-up Miss Drill Team. " Once the girls learned to work together and take criticism with- out offense, it turned out to be a great year, " said Sponsor Linda Ritland. 50 Color Guard presents flags for the national anthem. Radona Watrous and Diane Heggen wait for Senior March to begin. Members (far above) perform during Fight Scmg. (Above) " Poor East High, for the worst is yet to come! " they sing. 1 f - Vicky Holman, Anna Hridgford, Ann We- berg, Tonya Ferrari perform to theme from " Valley of the Dolls. " Drill Teamers (above) perform during pregame show: K. Ogle, S. Riley, L Hall, R. KHmowski, L Noah, and K. Murphy. 51 Successful year for Bands Hard practice and skill made this year a success for the band and Director Dennis Dowell. Teamed with Batons, Drill Team and Flags, Marching Band gave enthusiastic support to sports events. The Band ' s half- time presentations were combina- tions of old and new tunes, all set to exciting routines. In addi- tion, they marched in various parades and competed in march- ing band competition held at Creston, where they received a II rating. As a Concert Band, the musi- cians held a fall, winter and spring performance. Flag Twirlers add color to March- ing Hand ' s halftime shows. LINCOLN 6 DM. IA. X L Chris McHee beats out a cadence to keep the band in step, while Drill Team Captains Diane Heggen and Anna Brid ford (left) display school banner. 52 First Row: L. Hastie, S. Roth, L. Dobbins, S. Lint, P. Paszak, C. Augspurger, J. Shortley, P. McVey, M. Heggen, C. Turner, L. Ricks, K. Burnett, L Fisher, Director I). Dowell. Second Row: L. Wagner, I). Jones, L. Ruble, V. Stuck, D. Munyon, T. Stemler, J. Proud- foot, J. Robinson, V. Willis, M. Foust, C. Williams, R. Scott, J. Leo, EL Russo. Third Row: D. Scarpino, J. Haggles, V. Ricks, I). Young, I). Davison, R. Meyrat, T. (iruis, L. Trullinger, A. Alvarez, R. Klimowski, R. McKern, T. McPhee, X. Price, K. Endres, M. Casey, Fourth Row: K. Dickerson, C. Rurson, C. Hanson, L. Schroder, C. Krieg, J. Noland, J. Robb, R. O ' Brien, K. Sarasio, J. Guess, L. Stundins, L. Cherry, B. Burson, C. Burt. Fifth Row: M. Monroe, D. Draper, J. Pulliam, K. Hanson, B. Anthony, J. O ' Donnel, J. Raleigh, I). Backstrom, S. Klinefelter, F. Montanaro, T. Heggen, M. Harper, P. Melcher, J. Smith, J. Tew. Sixth Row: S. Isaacson, S. Fisher, B. Jolliffe, M. Miller, R. Powell, G. Tait, J. Stroud, 1). Knight, S. Snook, T. Crouch, R. Conkling, I). Spencer, P. Lockwood, R. Winship, T. Riffe. Seventh Row: C. Eraser, L ( astellano, J. Rich- ards, S. Jones, C. Conner, S. Hall, M. Squire, 1). ( rise, T. Olson, K. Egenberger, B. Sheriff, G. Johnson, R. Snicks. Eighth Row: T. Jones, G. Shipman, R. Soroka, T. Sawyer, K. Parker, B. True, G. Shipman. Small groups provide entertainment Highlighting the year for Wind ensemble was a trip to the large group contest, while many Or- chestra members participated in the state solo and ensemble con- test. Along with competing in large group contest, Wind ensem- ble performed for the school in the fall, winter and spring pro- grams. Two harps were added to add musical variety. The orchestra, directed by Mrs. Sandra Tatge, was small in number but great in spirit. They practiced many hours at school for their performances, as well as many additional hours at home for competitions. Because of the small number, professional players were asked to perform with them. According to Mrs. Tatge this helped the orchestra by giving the music a fuller effect. Wind ensemble members (first row) L. Dobbins, R. Klimowski, C. Burnett, J. Short- ley, R. O ' Brian, M. Casey, R. Shickes, V. Willis, C. Frazier, (second row) L. Cherry, B. Jolliffe, L. Warner, S. Snook, J. Haggles, L. Rubal, P. McVey, L. Schroder, I). Young:, R. Winship, R. Soroka, J. Proudfoot, I). Munvon, S. Fisher, S. Lint, N. Price, B. Anthony, K. Parker, K Hanson, (i. Shipman, J. Stroud, T. Heggen, G. Tate, S. Hall, (standing) R. Conkling, M. Harper, I). Backstrom, S. Isaacson, M. Squire, J. Tew, K. Enders, Director Dennis Dowell. Orchestra members (seated) Teresa Miller, (standing) Director Sandra Tatge, Sheri Hutchinson, Andrew Leong. (not pictured) Mark Squire. Teresa Miller tunes up for an hour of practice. 54 Band students ' jazz ' it up Jazz Band members (front row) Craig Hanson, John Stroud, Tom Sawyer, Tedd Heggen, Steve Hall, Steve Fisher, Chris Burson, Rick Soroka, Bill Anthony, Kevin Parker, (second row) Mike Briar, Jeff Rickabaugh, Sheila Lint, Linda Dobbins, Director Dennis Dowell, Mike Harper, Dave Backstrom, Dave Knight, Keith Hanson, George Shipman. Jazz Band has had a very ac- tive year, competing in three contests, the South Central Iowa Bandmasters Association, De- cember 4, the Hoover Jazz Band festival March 5, and the Midd- land Jazz festival at Midland College in April. Along with competing at the festivals, the band also attended clinics and listened to various concerts. Studying the different aspects of playing jazz was one of their main purposes. The year ended with a school performance April 21. They played different types of songs ranging from the 40s to the present. The members consisted of seven seniors, five juniors, and seven sophomores, under the di- rection of Mr. Dennis Dowell. 55 Swing Choir holds winning tradition Swing Choir, under the direction of Mrs. Carol Stewart, continued their winning tradition by taking first place trophy at the Kennedy competition in Cedar Rapids. Ken- nedy was Swing Choir ' s tenth consecutive win, and their only competition of the year. The Swing Choir gave both a fall and a spring show. Other performances included numerous conventions, guest appearances at competitions, and many other " gigs " around the state. The members of Swing Choir started their school days at 7 a.m. with an hour of rehearsal. Officers were Seniors Joe Joyce, president and Sheila Cherry, vice president. All of Swing Choir ' s equipment and expenses were paid for with money earned from performances. Swing Choir band (far above) performs with the choir at the fall show. (Above) Trophies and boogie bears of the past and present are displayed in the music room. Swing Choir officers (above) Dave Jones, chairman of the band; Sheila Cherry, vice-president; and Joe Joyce, president, review the score of Queen ' s " Doing Alright. " Brian Wright, Dennis Jantz, Mike Clark, and Dean Zenor are " Buttercups " at the fall Swing Choir show. 56 Swing: Choir members are (first row) Retina Zavalla, Newton, Rick Douglas, Kim Heaberlin, Sue Tillinghast, Dave Lange, Dennis Jantz, Sheryl Baker, Chris Riccelli, Brian Wright, Karen (ulp, Joe Joyce, Meribeth Billings, Laura Whitehead, Mari Albright, Sheri Fennell, Dena Karen Hammer, Pete Brown, Diane Maxwell, Jack Wilson, Greg Kline, Mark Squire, Jim Cole, Jim Stevens, Pullium, Mark Baltzley, Julie Reirson, Laura Douglass, Dave Jones, ( aria Burnett, Dean Zenor, Cindy Hoff, Rene Birdsall, Elling Eidbo, Melissa Knauer, Mark Mike Clark, Sheila Cherry, Tracy Carrol, Dave Mc- Morrison, Karen Haskins, John Benton. Cleary, Jean Briley. (Second row) Mary Gruis, Connie 57 Machine places second at Creston Swing Machine ' s (formerly Swing II) highlight of the year was winning second place trophy at the Creston Competition in February. It has been an exciting year for the Swing Machine. They have performed at several places around the state, includ- ing Mount Pleasant and Cedar Rapids, where they gave their wholehearted sup- port to the Swing Choir at the Kennedy competition. School concerts were held by the Swing Machine at Christmas and in the spring with the Jazz Band. The spring concert was held at McCombs Junior High be- cause of their unique acoustics. This was the first time that the Jazz Band has per- formed with the Swing Machine. It was also the first school concert not held at Lincoln. Mr. Richard Baber directs the choir which is made up entirely of juniors and sophomores. They meet everyday for practice in the band room sixth hour. Mr. Baber feels that a wider range of experi- ences were offered to the Swing Machine. Unique staging is an important part of the group ' s performance. The choir is arranged in different positions on octa- gonal boxes made especially for them. First row: C. Bittick, J. Smith, L. Peterson, T. Slawson, T. Phillips, M. Marturello, K. Hammer, I). Cross, J. Stanley, I). Jolson, L. Hasty, C. Bettis, S. Runkel, B. Carrol. Second row: J. Kickenbaugh, M. Gedler, M. Muldenado, C. Burson, J. Patch, J. Staecker, I). Frazier, M. Marturello, C. Rosendahl, S. Summy, B. Baker, I). Heiderschidt, T. Hotchkiss, G. Sears, M. Ogden, M. Hudson. Swing Machine competes at Creston. Juniors Jeff Patch, Julie Staecker, and Mary Marturello practice a song during rehearsal. 58 A cappella strives for excellence A cappella Choir, the smallest and most select choir, sang various choral styles, ranging from avante-garde to modern. Mrs. Carol Stewart directed the choir at the Christmas concert, Bankers Life, the WHO Christmas party, the Spring concert, and junior high promotionals. They also competed in the large group contest. A cappella joined Concert Choir in fund raising activities such as selling fruit, candy bars, jewelry, notebooks, jerseys, and several paper drives. The money they earned went toward financing their spring trip with Concert Choir to Chi- cago. On this trip A cappella viewed the treasures of King Tufs tomb, and saw the Broadway production of " The Wiz ' A cappella sings many songs that are too difficult for most high school choirs, and which are usually sung by college choirs. A cappella sinus most all of their songs unaccompanied. A cappella prepares all their music during their first hour class. Miss Laurie Perschau, student teacher, directs the A cappella Choir in a song featuring Diane Maxwell, senior, at the Christmas concert. i L A ft A cappella Concert Choir members (first row) Sharon McCullough, Cindy Hoff, Mark Morrison, Ken Sufka, Dave McCleary, Dave Lange, Brian Wright, Kim Heaberlin, Terri Cannon, Laura Whitehead, (second row) Tammy Cos- ner, Debbie Cross, Karen Haskins. Karla Tibboel, Dean Zenor, Jeff ( aulkins, Steve Summy, Pat Frazier, Doreen Dailey, Mary (iruis. Donna Heiderschiedt. (third row) Diane Maxwell. Karla Burnett, Nancy Price, Pete Brown, Jack Pulliam, Fred Trujillo, Mark Squire, Sandy Laugk, Mary Hudson, Karen Hammer, Renee Birdsall. A cappella choir perfects a song during class. 59 All-State Choir numbers are (first row) Dena Wilson, Dave McCleary, Diane Maxwell, Mark Squire, Traey Carroll, Karen Culp, Mark Halt ley, Dean emir, (second row ) Joe Joyce, Jean Hriley, Peter Brown, Laura Whitehead, Karen Haskins, Kenee Rirsall, Mike ( lark, Doreen Dailey and Dave Lmnge. Concert Choir takes tour to Chicago Concert Choir began efforts early in the year to prepare for a spring tour. Numerous activities, such as selling BLH memberships, candy, cheese, fruit, jewelry and note- books, collecting papers and holding a disco mixer, were planned to provide the necessary funds. Chicago was decided as the destination and the tour was to last four days, beginning with participation in Large-Group competition. Included in the trip were sev- eral concerts at both churches and schools and visits to many famous cultural and scenic spots not available in Iowa. In addition to the tour, Concert Choir gave concerts at junior highs and held a Christmas Concert, complete with candlelight effects. The group participated in a Spring Concert and sang at Senior Commencement activities. Concert Choir (above) performs " The Creation " with band accompaniment. A fruit sale (above right) and a paper drive (right) help raise money for the spring tour. 60 Mrs. Care] Stewart directs Concert Choir in classroom practice. Concert Choir I members art ' (first row) Terri Cannon, Mary Martin Ho, Terri Cro- nin, Chris Riccelli, Retina Zavalla, Kevin Fleming, Mark Martuello, Craig Matzke, Jim Cole, (second row) Beth Thornton, Kathy Drew, Alary Stumpenhorst, Ronni Scott, Connie Newton, Gloria Sears, (third row) Julie Reierson, Sherri Fennell, Mar- garet Coodling, Debbie Brehenv, Vangi Stuck, Lisa Hollett. Dave Drew, Craig Weeks, Mark Raltzley, Brian Hild, (fourth row) Mary Guthrie, Melissa Knauer, Rhonda Rice, Sue Fulcaloro, Mary Nucaro, Nancy Wilson, Greg Kline, Mike Beau- champ, Ed McClure, Stan Burnett, (fifth row) June Way, ( hris Masiello, Judv Hunt, Anna Williams, Jeri Balducki, Cayle Rior- dan, Greg Guy, Chuck Hotchkiss, Craig Umphleet, Joe Joyce and Rick Craig. Concert Choir II members are (first row) Brian Carroll, Randy Cole, Jim Stevens, Tra cy Carroll, John Benton, Joni Izzolena, Ann ( lark, Lisa Hu tfins, Laura Douglass, Sheryl Baker, (second row) Kelly Lund rin, In rid Stundins, Laha Salvers, jean Briley, Trina Meyer, (third row " ) Brian Percell, Rick Douglass, C raig: Howard, Dan Reeves, Jody Van Zuuk, Denise Harrison, (hris Taylor, Kim Pennington, Fawn Brockett, Merribeth Billings, Bridget O ' Keefe, (fourth row) Dave Jones, Ted Phillips, Steve Con- nor, Jim Hanson, Robert Henre, Jim Bixler, Betty Koeppl, Julie Staecker, Julie Stanley, Sue Merideth, Minda Wvant, Theresa Miller, (fifth row) Joe Cedler, Todd Tavlor, Mike ( lark, Dennis Jantz, Howard Newell, Elling Eidbo, Sheila Cherrv, Dena Wilson, Karen Culp, Jola Potycki, and Holly Bell. 61 Prep Choir sings for future Prep Choir, with over 100 members, partici- pated in the fall and spring shows along with Concert Choir, Girls ' Glee, and Swing II. Prep Choir collected money in the BLH drive with Concert Choir. Director Mr. Baber said, " Prep Choir helps and prepares the people for the other choirs, too. " Prep Choir sings in preparation for the fall concert. First row: P. Paszak, K. Cross, S. Amundson, C. Cardamone, V. Thomas, L. Hastie, D. Julson, S. Isaac- son, D. Cronin, A. Soroka, B. Van Pelt, M. Gedler, L. Epps, T. Foreman, M. Caliguiri, M. Heggen, B. Mathews, C. Allen, B. Taylor. Second row: N. Burks, K. Norlin, I). Munyon, V. VanGundy, K. Shappell, M. Stevens, T. Parks, V. Voltz, J. Gilbert, D. Waddill, T. Erickson, M. Ogden, D. Palis, S. Bettis, P. Miller, B. Birdsell, L. Ricks, M. Delurv, EL O ' Brien. Third row: L. Stacy, K. Noble, K. Close, K. Hollingsworth, L. Weaver, C. Stilwell, K. Geppart, W. Harker, M. Sears, J. Patch, D. Maldonado, M. Hanson, C. Burson, C. Backstrom, A. Ghee, S. Runkel, S. Etheridge, J. Fairley, M. Tiepelman. Fourth row: C. Rosendahl, R. Coppola, T. Slawson, L. Reeves, K. Copic, M. Johnson, K. Virden, S. Lane, J. Taggart, M. Wilson, J. Benda, D. Abies, J. Short, B. Baker, P. Stanard, M. Timmerman, D. Crees, L. Andrus, L. Cherry, G. Egenberger. Fifth row: T. McPhee, E. Jackson, L. Strait, S. Vandervelde, M. Crist, J. Kusel, L. Peterson, T. Hotchkiss, D. Craig, A. Lett, D. Lewellen, K. Hammer, J. Rickabaugh, D. Schmeling, D. O ' Neol, C. Nation, E. Wood, L. Woods, R. Shicks, D. Steinbach. 62 Baber leads Girls ' Glee Girls ' Glee Club (first row) B. Dills, V. Rice, M. McDanel, M. Watson, S. Kinney, V. Hill, C. Shelby, K. Edwards, C. Swartz. (Second row) B. Smith, T. Nicholson, T. Yahnke, S. Whitacre, K. Treanor, B. Moffit, M. Molka, ( . Hamby, C. Gibson, J. Tucci. (Third row) B. Kaiser, S. Davis, K. Sarasio, J. Harkness, S. Neas, T. Hutchison, K. Volg, C. Dey, M. Staples, M. Gillum. Girls ' Glee had 29 members. Mr. Baber, director, said " This is a wonderful group of girls to work with. " The girls took part in the fall and spring concert along with Prep Choir, Concert Choir, and Swing II. According to Mr. Baber when the girls were not singing they were learning notes and how to read music. Railsplitter wins All American award i Co-editors-in-chief Chris Riccelli and Sheila Cherry make out news coverage assignments. The Railsplitter staff won an All American award from the National Scholastic Press Asso- ciation for both semesters of 1976. The All American award is a national award representing a superior rating. Co-editors-in-chief were Sheila Cherry and Chris Riccelli. Edi- torial page editor was Meribeth Billings. Risa Lewellen and Dena Wilson took charge of the feature page, while Diane Benoit and Doug Harvey headed up the sports page. Copy editor was Laura Douglass and advertising manager was Katrina Colosimo. The Circulation department was under the direction of Sue Byers and Penne Wallace. Reporters Jeff Baird, Mary Blaisdell, Mike Beauchamp, Craig Howard, Den- nis Jantz, Bob Larson, Beth Thornton and Ron Wheeler brought in all of the current stu- dent life news. Photographers were Cris Conner and Garry Hagar, and cartoonist was Doug Tipping. " Railsplitter staff (first row) Dena Wilson, Co-Editors Chris Riccelli, and Sheila Cherry, Laura Douglass, Diane Benoit. (second row) Meribeth Billings, Risa Lewellen, Mary Blaisdell, Katrina Colosimo, Doug Harvey, Sue Byers, Penne Wallace, (third row) Doug Tipping, Dennis Jantz, Craig Howard, Steve Teter, Mike Beauchamp. 64 As Mike Beauchamp (above) reads off the story, Penne Wallace types it up. (Lower left) Meribeth Billings concentrates on writing the editorial page. ft- w r Seniors Risa Lewellen, Doug Tipping, Jeff Baird and Mary Blaisdell work on story ideas. Advertising manager Katrina Colosimo talks to Dunkin Donuts about running an ad. 65 Yearbook staff creates VISIONS Dawn Judish and Steve Snook fought their way through decisions, hassles, and deadlines as co-editors- in-chief. Steve Snook provided the theme Visions " after much thought was given to all ideas submitted. Staff members attended a journalism workshop on the campus in Iowa City, bring- ing back new ideas. Poster- ization on division pages, an index, and color pictures were added this year for a new look. Second semester the staff toured Garner Publishing Co. and watched the year- book being printed. Yearbook staff: (first row) Todd Taylor, Dee Munyon, Editors-in-chief Dawn Judish and Steve Snook, Pete Melcher, Michel Gasperi. (secon.d row) Vicki VanCleve, Diane Seeber, Theresa Irving, Liz Hall, Kim Agan, Dawn Davis, (third row) Pam Conner, Yvonne Carpino, Randy Leete, Mary Larsen, Steve Conner, Randy Prymeck. (Not pictured, Sheri Volz.) Walker discuss wording in a COp Yearbook staff members are: (first row) Kathy Murphy, Joe Joyce, Becky Schmaltz, Sue Lang, Kim Joss, (second row) Kathy Palis, Michelle Berard, Karen ( ulp, Anna Bridgford, Lora Oppenheim, Jean Trafford, Paula Tursi, Kym Erickson. (third row) John Evans, Lori Zarley, Diane Maxwell, Kathy Marvin, Michelle Marasco, Carrie Clark, Vicki Holman, Pam Mulcahy, Lesley Seibert. 66 ■ m Staff photographers: (above) Garry Hagar, Sue Lang, George Shipman, Michel Gasperi, Kent Egenberger, Bob Stubbs, ( ris Conner, Tony Petosa, Randy Leete, Kick Douglas. Mrs. Weir and Mary Lar- son (left) check II) pictures for correct spelling of names. Darla Bradford, Joan Paulsen and Kathy Walsh (far above) discuss plans for layout. Dawn Davis, Kathy Marvin and Dee Mun- yon record page numbers for index. Co-editors-in-chief Dawn Judish and Steve Snook discuss details with Mrs. Weir. (Far above) Staff works hard to meet deadlines. 67 Pep assemblies cheer ' em on! Pep assemblies proved a big asset to sports events this year. The faculty aroused spirit when they performed a skit at the " Beat Dowling " assembly. Sopho- mores, improved over past years, showed great spirit presenting a threat to the juniors and seniors when deciding on who was the " most rowdy. " Senior Leslie Benda took charge in organizing the assemblies and with the help of the Batons, Cheerleaders, Drill Team, Flags, Pep Band, and the student body, the assemblies provided significant support. The Victory Bell chimes through the gym with the help of Cheerleader Captains Leslie Benda and Karen Docken. Senior Dave Kllis helps spark enthu- " We are the dear old Kiinx from LHS, and we are pretty good vou must •iasm with Cheerleader Paula Tursi. confess . . . sin s the student body as the Cheerleaders, Tla s, and Drill Team lead. " We ' re tfoin to win this game or know the reason why. " 68 BTIC members (above) show spirit during the " Beat Dowttng " assembly as student body cheers on. Students (far above) participate in the cheers. Pep band (ab ove) shows spirit through their horns as they play the Fitfht Sontf in Hoover assembly. 69 Lincoln Art Players take State An award of " outstanding " and State Honors were earned by Jim Hanson, John Hoffman, Dan Reeves, and Ed McClure for their group mime, Hockey. As outstanding achievers, those boys were able to attend the Super State Show and Banquet in In- dianola. In February, the Lincoln Art Players, under the direction of Mr. Denis Hildreth, traveled to Missouri Valley for the Large Group Speech Contest and brought home not only an out- standing award for Hockey, but first place ratings for a duet, The Bald Soprano; a readers theatre Electra; and two solos, Survival, and Battle of the Bulge. 1 Bob Larson (above) introduces Disco Bounce skit. Denise Munyon (above right) displays Reflections with Lisa Hollett (across page). Members include Mike Gedler, Patty McVey, Bob Larson, Denise Munyon, Ed McClure, Gina Nicolino, Carla Tibboel, Dan Reeves, Mary Blaisdell, Terri Myers, Lisa Hollett and Mike Beauchamp. 70 71 PI % A [ 1 Denise Harrison (above) gives Connie Newton a " mouth- ful. " Petruchio (above center) demonstrates his methods of taming a shrew. Dancers Chris Heck and Lori Shroeder (below) observe (raps (Kevin Fleming) and Snakeyes (George Caudill) gambling. (Below center) Chorus members (Pat Frazier, Melissa Knauer, John Benton, and Laura Douglass) stop for a pose in " We Sing of Love. " KIM MI KflTl The production of " Kiss Me Kate, " taken from Shakespeare ' s " Taming of the Shrew, " was pre- sented March 20-22. Joe Joyce and Diane Maxwell portrayed the lead characters, Petruchio and Katherine, while the second lead was played by Mark Morrison and Dena Wilson as Lucentio and Bianca. The cast of 54 members was directed by Mr. Denis Hildreth and Mrs. Carol Stewart, with Mr. Dennis Dowell directing the pit orchestra. Choreography directors Helen Lutz and Jan Schissel and cos- tume designers Lila Kline and Anita Micich dedicated much of their time and talent to the pro- duction. Student directors David Jessen, Ed McClure, Connie Newton, Rhonda Rice, Ken Reisman and Penne Wallace assisted all of the directors and the cast. Over 150 people were involved in the pro- duction. 72 Diane Maxwell (left) plays the role of Kate the shrew. Baptista (Dennis Jantz) and Petruchio (Joe Joyce) settle the dowry (above) for Kate ' s hand in marriage. Frightened servants (middle left) hide from Petruchio who is dis- pleased with the meal they served. Mark Morrison, Craig Weeks, and Peter Brown (lower left) are suitors to Dena Wilson (Bianca). Kate (Diane Maxwell) becomes agitated (lower right) and throws pots at the people below. 74 75 Drama Department stages melodrama The fall play, " Lily The Felon ' s Daughter " , was a musical melodrama, complete with the purest heroine, truest hero, most rotten villian and a host of comic char- acters. The story is centered around Lily and her love for Compton who is led astray by Craven Sinclair and is destined for a life of gambling. To make the play a true melodrama, Lily ' s real father shows up and tries to claim her as his long lost child which really complicates the plot, but eventually leads to a happy ending. Cast members for the play were Lily, Melissa Knauer, Michelle Berard as Betsy, Greg Kline as Compton, Dennis Jantz as Jonas, Ken Hammer as Craven Sinclair, Lisa Hollett as Ophelia, Ed McClure as Robin Steel, Sue Fuca- loro as Mrs. Kingsley, Jennifer Dudley as Marie, Doug Craig as Lord Montmorency, and Gina Nicolino in the role of Mrs. Bloodgood. Melissa Knauer watches intently as Greg Kline flexes his muscles. 76 Michelle Berard sympathizes with Melissa Knauer (above) as she awaits the arrival of her lover, while Dennis Jantz (right) helps comfort Michelle Berard. Doug Craitf shows look of pain as he sits on a bouquet of roses (above). Lisa Hollett (below) catches the fainting Lily as (ireg Kline looks on. Dennis Jantz displays his wit and charm. 77 Peer counselors aid students Peer counselors started the year by attending a two-day workshop in October. They also gave a presentation of Lincoln ' s peer counseling program to the Iowa Personnel and Guidance Association. Other achievements were or- ganizing an activity center group at the YMCA, and visiting tenth grade homerooms to make soph- omores feel at home. The peer counselors worked together with the counselors and learned much from this experi- ence. They held local workshops to pass on information to others who were interested in learning. Members included Chairman Sarah Cardamone, senior; and Recorder Renee Fleming, junior. Other senior members included Katrina Colosimo, Pam Conner, Cheri Finch, Ray Hut, and Teresa Miller. Peer Counselors: (front center) Jim Biggs; (center) Russ State, (first row) Cheryl Moore, Tina Galvin, Kim Kroll, Paula Steinbach, Mrs. Anderson, (second row) Renee Fleming, Tami Fisher, Mrs. Rob- bins, Teresa Miller, Sara Cardamone, Pam Conner. 78 Student Council Officers: (first row) Tammy Miller, secretary; Sheri Singsaas, chief justice, (second row) Andy Ward, vice president; Lisa Hollett, treasurer; John Conk- ling, president. Student Council made several changes this year, one of which was a special homeroom for all members of the Council, thereby giving members extra time out- side of regular meetings. In addi- tion, the opportunity for other students to run for Student Coun- cil offices second semester was given. Sponsoring a canned food drive and donating toys to children in low-income families at Christmas were a few of the Council ' s activ- ities. Marvin Fisher served as parlia- mentarian of Intercity. Five other members were elected to repre- sent Lincoln: Jay Squires, sopho- more; Bill Durbin, junior; Mary Blaisdale, senior; at large, Anna Bridgford; and vice-president Andy Ward. Student Council tries new policy Student Council President John Conkling and Vice President Andy Ward listen to a discussion during Student Council meeting. Welfare committee members: (first row) Vicky Holman, Sue Lang, Cindy Osborn, Becky Schmaltz, (second row) Mark Ayala, Marvin Fisher, Bob Clock, and Kathy Murphy stock up for the canned food drive. 79 Students gain work experience DECA, a national program offered to high school students, provided students with an oppor- tunity to learn while gaining on- the-job experience. Approximate- ly 40 students, divided into first and second year classes, partici- pated in the program. To begin the year, four mem- bers attended a delegate assembly in Ames for two days. On Feb- ruary 8 an area conference was held at Valley West Mall at which all eight metro schools were represented. A state con- ference was also held in March with representatives from 78 schools. Completing the year ' s activities was an employer- employee banquet. Throughout the year DECA members also participated in a variety of fund raising activities to support their activities and to pay for the gift which they pre- sented to the school. Buttons, candy, Lincoln pennants, and metal social security cards were a few of the projects. First year DECA students (first row) Paul Pittman, Barb Thacker, Tami Dingman, Tim Hart, (second row) Michelle Rote, Rose Mary Spad, Cindy Pontias, Marsha Bishop, Jane Comiskey, Billy Sue Daggett, Vicki Griffin, Jan Street, Mary Kay Davis, Liz Cardamone, Leslie Adams, Mary Cornwell, Mike Housby. (third row) Phil Rogers, Brad Hamilton, Ferrell Burgett, Kevin Schwartz, Larry Warren, Randy Spaur, John Reischl, Jim Hickman, John Martinsdale. Area conference winners (first row) Jane Comisky, Michelle Rote, Rose Spad. (second row) Dee Reetz, Mary Cornwell, Randy Spaur, Mary Kay Davis, Liz Cardamon. (third row) Dave Cart, Kevin Schwartz, John Reischl, Larry Warren, and Phil Rogers. 80 Former DECA member Carolyn Harper Second year DEC A members: (first row) Carol Hardman, Mike MeDonouph, supervises the work of Michelle Corners, Ruth Ann Francois, Kelly Gale, Gina Seuferer, Tami Jordon. (second row) a present l)K( A member, at United Federal. Dave Robinson, Tim Myers, Patti Curtis, Sue .Morris, Craig Gates, Russ Spaur, Dan Williams. 81 First row: C. McBee, T. Caudill, L. Oppenheim, L. Benda, M. Hudson, S. Snook, M. Stevens, R. Montgomery. Second row: R. Karnes, S. Laugk, Y. Carpino, B. MacBride, K. Marvin. Third row: B. George. Fourth row: G. Byers, T. Dingman, M. Marturello. Fifth row: EL Bvrd. Sixth row: C. Wheeler, G. Hagar, K. Willmore. Seventh row: M. Millard, C. Drew. Eighth row: I). Nation, J. Carter, J. Berry. Ninth row: K. Thede, L. Conrath, C. Finch. Tenth row: L. Bentele, G. Machlan, 1). Shipley. Eleventh row: C. Tibboel, J. Bal- ducki. Participation is the key to Dorian Art Dorian Art Club added color to the school by decorating for Homecoming, Christmas, and making football signs. Initiation was held last spring to welcome 19 new juniors and seniors into the club. Randy Karnes was elected president, Leslie Benda secretary, Carla Tibboel treasurer, and Lorrie Conrath historian. Shirts were purchased carrying an Artjock motto. These were designed by Randy Karnes. During the Christmas season each mem- ber designed Christmas cards for the school ' s use. In the spring a committee was chosen to select a piece of art for the club ' s collection. Members participated in various art ex- hibits, including Scholastic Art and a John Deere exhibit. Denise Nation, Dave Shipley, Rick Byrd, and Leslie Benda work on a football sign. Tammy Caudill, Randy Karnes, Lora Oppenheim, and Jerry Berry stop to discuss Homecoming decorations. 82 ■ Members (above left) discuss activities during homeroom. Lora Oppenheim, Harbi George, ( aria Tibboel, and Glenys Machlan (above right) work on Christmas decorations. Yvonne Carpino, Sandy Laugk, Sandra Snook, Leslie Benda, Kick Montgomery, and Randy Karnes (below left) display part of the club ' s collection of art work. Sponsor Dale McLean (below right) discusses project with a student. 4M m Dorian Art officers (ab ove) ( aria Tibboel, Randy Karnes, Lome ( onrath, and Leslie Benda. Todd Taylor and Randy Karnes (left) decorate for Christmas. 83 Girls Club brightens the year Girls Club, under the leader- ship of Senior Cindy Osborn, worked hard to promote activ- ities that benefited both the com- munity and the school. To start the year the traditional Big Sister-Little Sister picnic was held to welcome incoming sopho- more girls. Other activities in- cluded a Halloween party for underprivileged children, a Christmas play at Howe Elemen- tary School, and an Easter party at the Day Care Center. As a service to the school, Girls Club sold Buzz Books. To conclude the year the officers arranged a pizza party for all the members. Girls Club officers: (first row) Cindy Hoff, vice president; Cindy Osfiorn, president, (second row) Betty Keoppel, historian; Kristin Doan, treasurer; Jean Trafford, secretary. (Bottom left) Officers and members of Girl ' s Club perform Christmas play at Howe Elementary, (above right) Kristin Doan dances with Janice Walker during skit, while Cindy Osborn and Julie Staecker look on. Man of the year elected at dance Juniors (foreground) Jack Rush, Brian True, Tom Dusterhoff. Seniors (top) Doug Long, Darrell Finley, Frank Smith, Bob ( lock, Mark Morrison. Sophomores (right) Steve Karnes, Steve Seid, Guy Neff. Election of Man of the Year, decorations, and music provided by Winter Hawk were some of the highlights of the annual Sweetheart Dance. Sponsored by Girls Club, the dance was held February 12 in the gym. Frank Smith was honored as Man of the Year for the senior class, Brian True for juniors, and Guy Neff for sophomores. Pictures of couples attending the dance were taken by Stover Photography. After the dance Seniors Dawn Judish, Mary Larsen, and Todd Taylor commented, " We all had an excellent time. " Senior Dominic Filippeli said, " I think that the dance demon- strated great school spirit because of all the people there. " Scenes from Sweetheart dance: (top left) Seniors Mike Beauchamp and Penny Wal- lace refresh themselves after a dance, (top right) Juniors Laura Whitehead and Ted Phillipps share a quiet moment together, (bottom left) Juniors Chris Burson, Tarn Slaw son. Brian Wright, Melissa Knauer stop to chat. 85 Foreign cultures explored by clubs Highlights of the year for French Club included a Christmas Banquet, a dinner at L ' Creperie, and a spring picnic. First-semester officers were Beth Rhome, presi- dent; Diane Benoit, vice-president; Karen Culp, secretary; and Lori Zarley, treasurer. Second semester officers were Denise Harrison, president; Rick Hazelton, vice-president; Jenny Harkness, secretary; and Laura Douglass, treasurer. French Club members prepare dinner at their Christmas party. French Club members are (first row) Jenny Harkness, Michelle Delury, Laura Douglass, Julie Stanly, Denise Harrison, Karen Culp, Sponsor Erna Bevington; (second row) Dale Adams, Joe Groene, and Rick Hazelton. Latin Club members are (row one) T. Carrol, C. Burnett, P. Miller, B. Purcell, J. Chandler. M. Athiem, T. Foreman, K. Fisher, K. Kissel. (Row two) N. Brown, I). DeYoang, M. Stapels, M. Horton, I). Curtis, C. Squires, B. Durbin, M. ( lark, I). Hugtfins, B. Koepple, J. Hoffman, K. Agan, K. Scott, L Brenton, M. Miller, I). Ware, E. Eidbo. First and second year students made up the Latin Club which was sponsored by Miss Katherine Kirkhoff. To cele- brate the Ides of March the second year students decorated cakes and had a party. " Latin is a worthwhile language to take and Latin Club helps you explore areas that wouldn ' t normally be explored in a classroom situation ' commented Senior Kathy Scott. Latin club members Mary Miller, Kathy Scott, and Betty Koepple review assign- ments with Sponsor Katherine Kirkhoff. H6 Spanish Club grows with enthusiasm Serving as Spanish club officers are President Lisa Hollett; Treasurer Theresa Martinez; Secretary Pam Connor; and Vice-President Gail Riordan. Seniors Pam Connor and Albert Alvarez enjoy a dinner party at the Drawbridge. President Lisa Hollett, Vice- President Gail Riordan, Secretary Pam Connor, Treasurer Theresa Martinez, and Sponsor Maria Creagh planned various Spanish functions to enable members to learn about cultures of other countries. The orientation cook-out in September gave new members a chance to get acquainted. Hallo- ween followed in October with a costumed Spanish fiesta. Thanks- giving was celebrated at Felix and Oscars, and the Feliz Navi- dad taco dinner was held in De- cember. Valentines Day was celebrated formally at the Draw- bridge. Senior class members experi- enced a taste of Mexico when they went to dinner at El Patio. Third and fourth year members ended the year with a swimming party in May. Spanish Club members model their new tee-shirts, (first row) V. Hill, L. Garner, A. Ghee, M. Aller, G. Brauwer, C. Byers, T. Petosa, L. Wyant; (second row) S. Shields, P. Van Velzen, T. Prieto, M. Stumpenhcrst, G. Swackhammer, C. Bursduff; (third row) R. Birdsall, K. Green, J. Bellis. I. Howell, I. Stundins, B. O ' Keefe. N. Price, I). Draper, H. Kuzela, L. Reeves, B. Bradford; (fourth row) B. Thornton, S. Creagh, J. McDonald, B. Belinsky, T. Rivera, R. Riley, T. Martinez; (fifth row) R. Arrowood, A. Alvarez, T. Erick- son, S. Delmege, D. Maldonado, J. Benda, G. Byers, and M. Maldonado. 87 88 The Bicentennial brought many new and exciting changes. It was the year of the Olympics, the presidential election, and of many new fads and fashions. Lincoln held a mock election, similar to the national election, Novem- ber 2. The results were printed in the Railsplitter. As the new year rolled in, so did the new fads and fashions. Gauchos, tunics, and Frye boots hit the scene for many girls. The TV program, Charlie ' s Angels, made popular the Farrah Fawcett look. The TV special Roots, viewed for eight consecutive nights, sparked increased awareness of the black struggle and an interest in geneology. Evergreen and Walk This Way climbed to the top on the KIOA Listing. Beth, recorded by Kiss, sent Kiss to the top. Many students calmed their Big Mac attacks while others were happy at Happy Joe ' s. Charlie ' s Angels star Farrah Fawcett (far above) models in her best selling poster. Paula O ' Connor and Kim Agan (above middle) dis- play the latest fashions. Kym Erickson, Diane Seeber, and Vicki Van Cleve (above) stand in line to see the award winning movie Rocky. 89 Warm welcome for exchange student Lincoln welcomed one foreign exchange stu- dent, Renata Galbinski from Porto Alegre, Brazil. She stayed at the home of Senior Stephanie Wede- meier and was placed in classes according to her interests. Renata stayed for five months, was graduated, and received her diploma along with th e other seniors. Stephanie Wedemeier and exchange student, Renata, take time out to talk between classes. Computer Club What can a newly installed computer in room 124 do without a club to run it? Mr. Tom Rowly, sponsor, figured out the obvious answer to this question and estab- lished the Computer Club for all students who were interested in the new machine. The club went from studying the basics to working with Roosevelt in making new programs and games. The computer is connected to a terminal at Drake Univer- sity and information is sent to Lincoln by typing the word " hello " and sending back the secret password. " The thing I like best about this com- puter is that I can go deep into subjects and learning at a very little cost, " com- mented President John Hoffman. Other officers include Vice President Tom Briggs; Treasurer Dale Anderson; and Secretary Kevin Horner. Computer Club members: (first row) Doug Blount, Tim Dailey, Tom Brings, (second row) Kevin Horner, Jeff Fagarland, Mr. Tom Rowley. 90 Radio Club airs their own show Radio Club, a newly formed group, aired a half-hour show every Wednesday and Friday. The program, planned by the club, included school news and music. Club members took turns acting as disc jockies and running controls. Radio Club was inspired by the club at Valley. Interested students gathered together, found a sponsor and arranged for space on station KDPS, 80.1 FM. " Radio Jock " jerseys were pur- chased by the members. Officers were Paul Stanard, chairman; Scott Ramsey, vice-chairman; and Mike Perkins, secretary. Club sponsors were Mr. Paul Dupey and Mr. Tom Rowley. Radio Club members (first row) Bob True, Paul Stanard, S cott Ramsey, (second row) Mr. Paul Dupey, sponsor; Larry Buzzi, Dave Tucker. (Not pictured) Craig Howard, Mike Perkins, Lance Williams, Tim Zarley. Math Club has annual Field Day Math Club members (first row) Todd Kindloe, Sponsor Gary Bagby, and Ken Koslsi. (second row) Julie Stanley, Dave Bobbins, Mike Clark, Bill Durbin, and Bick Douglas, (third row) Dave Lange, Tim Herbert, Jeff Fagerland. After several months of review under the direction of Mr. Gary Bagby, Math Club traveled to Creighton University for their an- nual Field Day. Field Day events included a marathon where problems were flashed on a screen and emphasis was on speed; a leap frog involv- ing two people, each working on separate tests, then switching tests at the end of the first time limit; and a chalk talk in which an individual explained mathe- matical principles. Observing the Bankers Life computer and participating in the national math test were other activities that occupied the club ' s time. Officers were Dave Robbins, president; Dave Lange, vice- president; Rick Douglas, treas- urer. 91 Hospitality Club offers service Serving as ushers or helping visitors find their way around Lincoln were the main tasks of Hospitality Club. The only re- quirement for membership in the club was free time and a " helping hand. " Open House and Adult Education classes were served by the club. Sponsor Mrs. Dorothy Oakman commented, " The group is not as active as those in previ- ous years since many groups now supply their own hosts. " Although there were no regular meetings or club officers the club has been active for many years. Jim Benda, Mark Miller, Minda Wyant and Steve Myers. (Not pictured) Ron Askland, Connie Caligiuri, Sherri Carr, Steve Cromer, Nancy Gates and Colette Gibson. Helping others feel better about themselves is what CARE Club is all about. " It also helps students know whether they want to go into the social professions, " commented club sponsor Mrs. RaeGene Robbins. Although the club is relatively small in number, it is very active, holding monthly meetings. Presi- dent Paula Steinbeck and District President Renee Birdsall helped to organize club activities. Visit- ing a local nursing home and giving an Easter party for grade schoolers highlighted the year. In March the Student Educa- tional Services district convention was hosted by CARE Club. CARE Club benefits others through social services District President Renee Birdsall speaks at the SES club convention. 92 Camera Club focuses on basics Led by President Tony Petosa, Camera Club studied the various aspects of photography. Devel- oping pictures, making black and white prints and camera adjust- ments were emphasized. An award winning display from Na- tional Scholastic Photography Contest helped students to im- prove their own work. Many members entered photos in the photography contest at Brandeis. Club sponsor, Mr. Allen Ewers, and club members recognize an example of good photography. Letterwinners excel in athletics Student dedication in various sports programs such as softball, swimming, tennis, track and wrestling was awarded baseball, basketball, cross country, football, golf, gymnastics, with the presentation of letters. 93 Students forfeit free hours Students forfeited their study halls to donate time and services to the counselors, nurses, and main offices, as well as the library and Student Center. Taking calls and delivering phone messages, recording stu- dent bus coupons, collecting ab- sence slips, and checking students through the nurse and counselors were duties performed by various office volunteers. Library student assistants were responsible for shelving books, clipping for files, checking out books and working in the peri- odical room. Other students as- sisted in the sale of food in the Student Center. Library workers: (first row) Debbie Daniels, Barbara Pauley, Julie Mac- Donald, JoLynne Kuzel. (second row) Kirk Green, Bill Nixon, Cindy Curran, Laurie Stacey, Mrs. MacDonald, Miss Holt, Mrs. Willey, Miss Cole. Student Center volunteers: (first row) K. O ' Connell, D. Merrifield, P. Fitch, (second row) D. Miller, D. Blackman, K. Smith, S. Puis, (third row) S. Jones, M. Moore, F. Leonetti, J. O ' Donnell. (fourth row) R. Hoch, A. Scavo, L. Scalise, L. Worley. (below right) Counselor volunteers: (first row) D. Anderson, R. Scott, L. Wilde, J. Christian, C. Augspurger. (second row) M. Gillson, I). Ware, V. Agan, P. Fitch, G. Riordon. Office volunteers: (first row) Marcia Gillum, Nancy Wilson, Peggy Fairchild, Becky Richard, and Karen Beck, (second row) Diane Ewing, Candi Hamby, Margaret Goodling, Lori Wagner, and Kathy Forbes. 94 Debaters choose prison reform Debate Team members: (first row) Sue Fucaloro, junior; Mike Miller, senior, (second row) Kathy Vanderpool, junior; Craig Bit tick, junior; Brian Jarnagin, junior; Mr. Pritchard, sponsor; Marty Wilson, junior. Junior Brian Jarnagin, Senior Mike Miller, and Junior Craig Bittick (above) display the trophies they won in district debate competition. Sue Fucaloro (right) researches information for her note card file. Under the direction of Mr. Alex Pritchard, debaters proved to be tough opposition. Prison reform was chosen as the major issue and the debate team dis- played the necessary knowledge and flu- ency to argue the issue. To begin the season each team member devoted several hours to intense research on the chosen topic — finding both the pros and cons involved. Debaters then transferred this knowledge to a note card file for reference throughout the year. This information was used to support the side of the issue to be argued. 95 Co-op stresses business skills Office Education Association, under the direc- tion of Miss Janice Abarr, gives students the chance to work while attending school. They gain experience in learning the trade that interests them. OEA gives the student the opportunity to view the outside world along with gaining knowl- edge in their own field. Eleven of the 18 Lincoln students placed in the OEA contest held February 15 at the Ameri- can Institute of Business. Those receiving first place honors from Lincoln were Seniors Carrie Beardsly, Sue Lane, and Junior Rich Tassin. " I feel that OEA has helped me a lot in trying to decide about my future. I urge all people interested in business to join, " said Senior Jody DeCarlo. Senior Karen Myers (right) commented, " I learned a great deal from the OEA program and I feel that working in OEA has been beneficial. " Co-op members are (row one) Karen Myers, Donna Ferguson. (Row two) Cindy Minnich, Jody DeCarlo, Mary Davis, Pam Thompson, Darlene Beck, Laura Riggle, Kathy Stover. (Row three) Rich Tassin, Sue Lane, Pam Johnson, Pam Johnson, Julie Wachter, Jerri Burdick, Carrie Beardsley and Judy Hunt. Senior Jody DeCarlo (upper left) shows interest in law by working for the Rex Darrah Law Firm. Senior Sue Lane (lower left) puts typing skills to work at the Fort Des Moines Hotel. 96 Junior Brian Gaumer takes special interest in the First Federated Church. Executive Internship, under the direction of Mr. Weldon Else, places students with jobs of their choice. The experience and knowledge they receive from working in the business world helps those students to decide their future plans. Students par- ticipating in the program receive full school credit with no cost for experience. Only seniors and juniors are able to work for a semester while attending school. Mr. Else recommends this course to students with specific careers in mind. Executive Interns seek experience Senior Sarah Cardamone (above) enjoys the experience with Mid Iowa Computer. Junior Vickie Felice (below) enjoys learning secre- tarial skills. Interns Kelly Brown, Vickie Felice and Sarah Cardamone. Not pic- tured: Bill Brauer, Cris Connor, Julie Frazier, Brian Gaumer, Beth Konm, Marlow Samuelson, Tracy Vaught and June Way. 97 Synchronized team goes Hollywood To much dismay, the syn- chronized swimming team had to change its name from Mer- maids to the Synchronized Pag- eant in order to comply with Title IX. The synchronized show was performed on March 10, 11, and 12 under the leadership of Mrs. Jean Frazier, sponsor; Pam Mul- cahy, president; Kym Erickson, vice-president; Paula Tursi, sec- retary; Amy Amend, treasurer; Leslie Benda, art director; and Anna Bridgford, publicity direc- tor. The theme was " Hooray for Hollywood, " paying tribute to movie themes of past and present films. A -(i roup members: (first row) E. Edwards, T. Champ, T. Caudill, S. Tillinghast. (second row) C. Singleton, L. Benda, C. Finch, B. Soliday. Officers (first row) Paula Tursi, Kym Erick- son, Leslie Benda. (Second row) Pam Mulcahy, Anna Bridgford, Amy Amend, performed to " Brian ' s Song " . Pam Mulcahy performs solo to " Evergreen. " Seniors include Cheri Finch, Diane Heggen, Sue Tillinghast, Amy Amend, Paula O ' Connor, Barbie George, Kathy Palis, Kim Joss, Lora Oppenheim, Tammy Caudill, Paula Tursi, Vicki VanCleve, Kym Erickson, Lesley Seibert, Anna Bridgford, Pam Mulcahy, and Leslie Benda. Production: (front row) Terri Champ, Beth Thoermer, (second row) Barbie George, Paula O ' Connor, Tammy Cau- Cindy Singleton, Locki Brenton, Beth Moffit, Emily Edwards, dill, Kym Erickson, Leslie Seibert, Kathy Palis, Paula Tursi, Kathy Dennis, Leigh Potthoff, Beda Soliday, Julie Drew, Vicki VanCleve, Kim Joss, Lora Oppenheim, Anna Bridgford, Keely Alton, Vicki Felice, Cassie Cioccio, Dana Speridan. Amy Amend, Diane Heggen, and Cheri Finch. 98 A.™ Walt Disney probates: Cindy Singleton, Terri Champ, Locki Brenton, Kathy Dennis, Emily Edwards, Diane Heggen, Vicki VanCleve, Beth Moffit. Floaters: Barbie George, Amy Amend, Lesley Seibert, Vicki Felice, Kym Erickson, Pam Mulcahy, Tammy Caudill, Vicki VanCleve. ♦ 2 5 ♦ ♦ ♦ 4 • ♦ Leigh Potthoff and Beda Soliday (above far left) perform duet to " Romeo and Juliet. " Anna Bridg- ford and Tammy Caudill (middle) perform duet to " Paper Moon. " Leslie Benda (above) performs solo to a medley from " Sound of Music. " Members of the " Pink Panther " quartet include Paula O ' Con- nor, Amy Amend, Kathy Palis, Diane Heggen. Trio (left) includes Paula Turiso, Kym Erickson, Lesley Seibert. Juniors (above) are (first row) Julie Drew, Keely Alton, Vicki Felice, Beda Soliday. (Second row) Beth Theormer, Cassie ( ioccio, Dana Speridan, and Leigh Potthoff. 99 Baggers slide into State Tourney Head Coach Bob Locker advanced the Railsplitters to fourth place in the Boys ' Class 2A State Baseball Tournament. The Baggers slid past Roosevelt, Indian- ola, and undefeated Metro Champs Dowling in a shut out game to move on toward Sub- State against Thomas Jefferson. After qualifying for State, the Rails beat Dubuque 6-0 and fell to Marshalltown to take a final fourth position. Individual State honors went to Jim Bell, second team; Bob Umdenstock, fourth team; and Tom Dusterhoft and co-captain Rick Kaili, honorable mention. With a winning season, the Baggers fin- ished 22-9 overall and 9-5 to capture second place behind Dowling in the Metropolitan Conference. All -Metro first team selections were Jim Bell, Rick Kaili, and Bob Umdenstock. Second team All-Metro titles went to Tom Dusterhoft and Rick Callahan. Honorable mentions were Co-captain Chuck Agan, Mark Morgan, Jerry Ellston, and Kevin Livengood. Rick Kaili stretches for the throw to gain a key out against Hoover. Senior Kevin Livengood, three year letter winner, slides to safety for a triple. Concentrating on the batter, Junior Mike Hruckshaw prepare! for a grounder. 102 Junior Bob Umdenstock throws his third consecutive Senior pitcher Chuck Agan executes proper form in the no-hitter name. game against Roosevelt First row: Jerry Ellston, Jim Sanders, Chuck Funaro, Rick Kaili, Kevin Livelihood, Sam Helfenstein, Mark Kellner, Dennis Frye, Tom Dusterhoft. Second row: Coach Robert Locker, Bob Umdenstock, Dave Green, Rich Callahan, Joe Joyce, ( buck Agan, Jim Bell, Larry Wykoff, Mike Bruck- shaw, Mark Morgan. 103 First row: Dan Reeves, Pat PoQffe, Kirby Wilmore, Jim Brian True, I. ante Rodriguez, Rick Stapes, Hob Strohn, Hart Sanders, Kd Kusso, Tom (iuthrie. Bill Durbin. Second row: Warford, Coach Dennis Dearden. Larry Berry, Mick Anderson, Steve Wallace, Mike Stevens, JV gains experience, 13-8 The 1976 Junior Varsity baseball team finished third in the Metro with an over- all record of 13-8. Tom Guthrie led the hard hitting Rails with a 358 batting average. Bart Warford and Brian True were the leaders in the pitching staff with 4-1 and 4-3 records respectively. Highlighting the season for the young Rails were two victories over defending JV champs Dowling. Members of the team gained plenty of experience and should be ready to fill in next year for another Varsity champion- 104 Girls take second place in Metro Senior Debbie Snyder shows determination as she connects on the upcoming pitch. Joining the talents and strategy of Coach Larry Hayes and Assistant Coach Jerry Atkinson, the 1976 Railettes Softball team captured the second place Metro title with a record of 10-3. The team ' s over-all record was 20-13. The Railettes defeated Baxter, South East Polk, and Saydel in the finals to win their sectional title. After advancing to Districts the team lost to East in the first round. Senior Brenda Rice received first team All-Metro for the third consecutive year as an outstanding pitcher. Rhonda Rice, junior, was picked first team All-Metro as designated hitter. Debbie Snyder, senior, received second team All-Metro shortstop honors. Other players receiving honorable mention were Jeri Burdick, Pam Cross, Ten Dale and Kay Gable. Coach Hayes is expecting more girls out for the team this coming season. First row: Debbie Seeber, Kay Gable, Pam Cross, Amy Aller, Teri Dale. Second row: Joan Walker, Brenda Rice, Sheryl Beck, Rhonda Rice, Debbie Snyder, Jeri Burdick, Mary Marturello. Third row : Coach Jerry Atkinson, Brenda Mock, Kim Agan, Karen Allen, Kathy Sarasio, Kelly Solem, Jodie DeCarlo, Kim Hohenshell, Coach Larry Hayes. Not pictured. Dee Munyon. 105 All-metro players dominate team Three year letter winner Senior Brenda Rice (left) hurls another fastball. Senior Debbie Snyder waits in shortstop position. Senior Pam Cross (left) and Junior Debbie Seeber are warming up for their next game. (Above) Base runner Rhonda Rice, junior, makes way to first base. (Left) Stepping off the mound to put one by her opponent is Senior Jodi DeCarlo. 106 Junior Varsity first row: Maria Hall, Lisa Wilde, Linda Wilde, Julie McDonald, Hrenda Bellinsky. Second row: Chris Taylor, Shelly Hoopes, Judy Chandler, Robin Radcliffe, Bambi Barber. Third row: Coach Cherie Mortice, Chris Neuwerth, Mary (ieronzin, Lisa Steinbach, Doreen Ware, Nancy Llewellyn. Senior Jill Macy leaps high for another score. Varsity first row: Debbie Conrath, Renee Scott, Julie (Jerozin. Second row: Michelle Price, Debbie Snyder, Lisa Strait, Jill Macy. Third row: Coach Cherie Mortice, Rhonda Rice, Brenda Rice, Stacy Mc- Arthur, Melissa Pace, Sandy Laugk. Spikers initiate new sport; play power volleyball Lincoln added to their athletic program this year by intro- ducing a girls volleyball team. The team was coached by Miss Cheri Mortice. Miss Mortice stated, " It was really an exciting challenge because volleyball is such a new sport. I was working with athletes who had never played power volleyball before. " The team was led by Brenda Rice, senior, who was rated in the top 20 in the state for average number of points scored per game. Jill Macy, senior, was consistently rated in the state ' s top 20 for serving percentage. Top defensive player was Senior Debbie Snyder. The biggest upset was over Hoover who has had a volley- ball team for six years. Overall match record for girls volley- ball was 4-9, including district action. Power for the team next year will rely heavily on the per- formance of Junior Rhonda Rice and Sophomores Debbie Conrath and Melissa Pace. 107 Nine swimmers qualify for State First row: Cattle Ciccio, Kay Kissell, Mary Beth Kissell, Cory Cady, Blythe Powell. Second row: Emily Edwards, Karla Fisher, Terry Champ, Terry Cole, Mary Jean Blaisdell, Kim (iriffiths, Debbie Hand, Debbie Judish. third row: Mary Neff, Carolyn Dey, Tammy Skogland, Susan Vanderbelde, ( oat h Tom Cady, Janice Price, Billie Horton, Tammy Kand Io- nian, Beth Thoermer. Not pictured: Leigh Potthoff, Beda Soliday, Carol Aii£sper£er, Dana Speridan, Ingrid Stundins, Sally Green, Julie Goble, Tracy Lynch, Mary Overton, Sarah Kunkel, Mary Staples, Kim Wilcox. Manager: Bridgett O ' Keefe, Tom Blades, Kent () ' ( onnell, Bill Billups. Mary Neff, senior, competes for a chance at State in the backstroke Junior Debbie Judish confidently per- forms a forward dive in a pike position. 108 (Upper left) " Psyching " up for her race is Junior Leigh Pottoff. Junior Beda Soliday (lower left) flys off the blocks. (Above) Showing record-breaking style is Sophomore Terri Champ. (Far left) Girls swimming team fires up during district meet. Coach Cady gives words of encouragement to Lincoln swimmers. (Above) Senior Co-captains Mary Jean Blaids- dell and Mary Neff. The girls swimming team has once again broken every school record, ex- cept for diving. All current record holders will be returning for the 1977- 78 season. Captains Mary Jean Blaidsdell and Mary Neff (4-year-letter winners) led the team to a 5-2 Metro record, with an upset over powerhouse Valley. Districts were held at Lincoln on October 30. Debbie Judish captured the district diving title for her third consecutive year. Beda Soliday fin- ished second behind Roosevelt ' s Janet Lindstrom. Other swimmers who represented Lincoln at the State meet were Cory Cady, Terri Champ, Emily Edwards, Kay Kissell, Mary Neff, Leigh Pottoff, and Tammy Randleman. 109 Cross Country team finishes fourth A young Cross Country team gained experience this year as they defeated East, North and Tech in meets. Finishing fourth at Urban- dale, they went on to suffer defeat against favored Marshalltown. " The team should be strong next year as all varsity members return, except for Senior Doug Harvey, " commented Junior Greg Page. A fourth place in the Metro led the Harriers to districts where Joe Gazzo, Steve Gonzales, Bill Hollin- rake, Dave Prall and Kevin Smith led the team to a ninth position in districts. Letterwinners included John Conkling, Joe Gazzo, Steve Gon- zales, Doug Harvey, Bill Hollinrake, Guy Neff, Greg Page, Dave Prall, and Kevin Smith. Rails gel off to a good start against East. Cross Country team (kneeling) Dave Prall, John Conkling, Greg Page. (Standing) Doug Harvey, Kevin Smith, Bill Hollinrake, Guy Neff, and Matt Smith. Not pictured: Nick Brown, Joe Gazzo, Steve Gon- zales. 110 Sophomore Bill Hollinrake takes lead over East, with Guy Neff close behind. (Left) Junior Varsity runners, Sophomores Brent Boyd and Mike Lindemoen and Senior Nick Brown, pre- pare to compete. in Young team has winning record Girls Cross Country team participated in a number of invitationals across the state, according to Coach Phillip Martin. The team traveled to Ames, Marshall- town, Urbandale, Adel and Valley. In Metro action the girls finished with a winning record of 6-5 for fourth place. At Districts the team lost its return bid to State by finishing ninth out of 33 teams. Darci Boyd, senior captain, led the pack by setting the best time to date for a two mile course at Ewing Park with an amazing 12:38. Darci ' s leadership will be missed next year, but with juniors like Chris Frankels, Linda Weberg and Cindy Enslow to set the pace, Lincoln should finish high in the Metro. Limbering up before a big meet are tfirl Harriers. 112 Exhaustion combined with determination, Chris Frankels, junior, and Linda Weberg, shows in the faces of Darci Boyd, senior, (left) junior. First row: Darci Boyd, Chris Frankels, Linda Weberg, .loan Jeanne Saltzman, Lu Ann Houseman, Julie Ferguson. Not Walker, Kim llohcnsheil. Second row : Coach Phillip Martin, pictured, Cindy Enslow. 113 Place second in Metro Gridders qualify Blocked into the air is Senior Mike Anderson as he attempts to block a Hoover punt. for State playoffs Coaches Hugh Drake, Cecil Khoads (kneeling) and Coaches Gary McClanahan, Ace Hendricks (standing) intensely ob- serve goaline action from the sideline. Lincoln qualified for the 4A state football playoffs for the first time in the four year history of the competition. Matched against number one rated Sioux City Heelan, the Rails proved to be a top contender for the crown. Playing in bitter cold at Sioux City, the Gridders battled to a 14-14 tie at the half. Second half mistakes cost the Rails the vic- tory with the score ending up 36-20 in favor of Heelan. The Railsplitters finished sec- ond in the Metro with a 5-2 mark. 7-3 overall. The Huskies of Hoover up ended the Rails with a 14-7 victory ' . With the loss it seemed as if, for the sec- ond year in a row, the Gridders had been deprived of the play- offs. But with key victories from Metro teams in the last week of the season, the Railsplitters were the eighth team to qualify for state. Sarin quarterback Doug L—f (left) drops back and fires deep against arch ival Dowling. Turning up field after catching a pass is Senior Jack Pulliam fright;. 114 Balanced offense, defense lead Rails Scoreboard 1976 Varsity Football Lincoln 7 Marsh ' town 6 Lincoln 19 Lincoln 18 Lincoln 27 Lincoln 6 Lincoln 41 Lincoln 7 Lincoln 7 Lincoln 33 North 7 Tech 6 East 21 Dowling 24 Roosevelt 6 Valley 6 Hoover 14 Ankeny 28 First Round State Playoffs Lincoln 20 S.C. HTn 36 First row: Jack Pulliam, Leon Fisher, Jack Rush, Dave Rickert, Ron Tomlinson, Richard Davenport, Ron Wheeler. Second row: Doug Long. Third row: Steve Heisler, Tim O ' Hara, Bob Umdenstock. Front row: Mark Austin, Jeff Judge, Mike Anderson, John Rutan, Mike Cox. Second Head Coach Cecil Rhoads row: Larry Wykoff, Chuck Fargo. Third row: Steve Heisler, Mark Edwards, Joe gives instructions to senior Joyce, Bob Umdenstock. defensive end Mike ( ox. 115 Seniors are tough Senior Steve Heisler makes an open field cut against Hoover. All State Senior Bob I ' mdenstock Senior quarterback Doug Lontf hands off to Senior fullback Tim eludes Hoover defenders. O ' Hara for big gainer. Senior Curt Hart and other Lincoln defenders attempt to block an Kast extra point. Dowlinsr halfback ducks for cover as Railsplitter defense clones in. Fast in pursuit of an East runner are Seniors Larry Wykoff (left) and Joe Joyce. 116 JV boasts undefeated record, 4-0 First row: Jim Sanders, Brian True, Jim Judtfe, Mike Moore, Mark Austin, Steve Wallace, Doug Vose, Hill Durbin, Jerry Bixler. Second row: Kick Stapes, Ken Houseman, Ron Thomlison, Larry Berry, Don St. John, Brian Plircell, Jeff Wheldon, Tom Olson, Jeff Hendricks. Third row: Mark Smith, Dour Detrick, Jeff Bixler, Chuck Fargo, Doug Suchy, Bob White. Fourth row: Brent Sage, Doug Hetheringtou, Tim Houge, Chuck Reed, SteV€ Walker. Jerry Short, Steve Fitch. Junior quarterback Brian True (left) scrambles to avoid oncoming Valley line- men. Junior Varsity line fires off the ball as Junior quarterback Jim Bixler (left below) looks for halfback. The 1976 Junior Varsity football team took first place in the Metro with a 4-0 record. Leading the Rails on of- fense were Junior quarter- back Brian True and Junior halfback Jim Sanders. The defensive unit was led by Mark Austin and Tim Houge, both juniors. " We were tough, " com- ments Brian True. " We played together and got a lot of game experience. Next year we should carry on the winning tradition if we stay dedicated and work hard this summer. " 117 North victory highlights season First row: Robin (.ilium, Todd Bradshaw, Chris Bur son, Mark Berry, Mike Smith, Danny Steele, Jim Piper, Ron Bristow, Todd Parks, Kelly Osborn, Mike Lloyd, Kevin Flatt. Second row: Bob Brandt, Ben Richards, Jeff Miles, Todd Hankins, Gene Dickey, Steve Karnes, Todd Mack, Jay Squiers, Jim Melleland, Jerry Short, Pat Jury, Tim Norton. Third row : George Caudill, Joe Filippelli, Brian Solem, Doug Palis, Dave Clamen, Tony Rife, Ron Cook, Tony Colosimo, Steve Oliver. Fourth row: Jeff Truit, Bruce Bonorden, Dennis Moody, Tim Harvey, Kermit Miller, Bob Strohn, Mike Stevens, Dave Phillips, Pom Rains, Ron Biondi. Fifth row: Coach Jim Duede, Steve Jones, Pat Fogue, Brent Sage, Dave Dennis, .Mark Smith, Doug Hetherington, Mike Scott, Coach Dave Ortale. Not pictured, Bob Stafford, Bud Thacker. Forty-five sophomores played under the coaching of Jim Duede and Dave Ortale. Coach Duede believes that with determination and hard work the squad will provide exciting games in the future. With a compiled record of 4-4 the sophomores rounded out Metro action with a 4-3 record. The izridders highlighted the season by blanking North 51-0. Coach Ortale commented that Robin Gillum, Doug Hetherington, Todd Parks, Brent Sage and Jerry Short are but a few of the many talented players that will make their mark at Lincoln. A Kailsplitter (above) rips down his opponent on a crucial defensive play. Robin Gillium leaves his opponent lying in the dirt (left) as he makes way for the end zone. 118 Rail freshmen stress fundamentals First row: Scott Clark, John Izzolena, Greg Graves, Scott Poush, Todd Hankins, Jerry (lineman, Todd Palrymple, Randy Thompson, Tim Heidi. Second row: Craig Hart, Coach Gary McClanahan, Steve Vasey, Tom Agan, Joe Ronan, Aaron Edwards, Bob Harper, Paul Duffy. Not pictured: John Allen, Gene Carpino, Charlie Colosimo, Jeff Frank, David Gorsche, Lance Harrison, Gary Jacobs, David Judish, Randy Magnani, David Marshall, Jeff McClurg, Jeff Prentice, Darren Rich, Kelly Soliday, Steve Strohn, Coach Thomas Nowiszewski. Freshman football is basically a time of learning the fundamentals of the game. This, combined with experience, is what helps build champion teams at Lincoln. The freshman football team coached by Gary McClanahan suf- fered a somewhat disappointing season. The team finished at 1-7 with their only victory coming against North. Coach McClanahan commented that even though the team was small they moved the ball well. Quarterback Todd Hankins led the team, along with fine players like Jerry Clingman, Paul Duffy. Bob Harper and Dowell Rankel. Freshman John Allen (85) attempts to recover fumble for the Rails. (iary Jacobs scrambles up the right after successfully cutting away from Roosevelt foe. 119 Tri-captain In rid Stundins shews strength and dur- ability while performing a handstand straddledown. Tri-eaptain Paula O ' Conner is successful in achieving a sole- circle on the uneven bars. Gymnasts qualify for Regionals m First row: Michel Gasperi, Paula O ' Conner, Ingrid Stun- dins. Second row : Anne ( lark, Brenda Moliterno, Lora Weaver, Missy Johnson, Lori Zarley, Vicki Van Cleve, Maria Hall, Kim Minshall. Third row: Becky Taylor, Ginger Egen- burger, Kelly Anderson, Michelle Warnes, Barbie George, Kelly Solem, Barb Rohm, Kobyn Blair, Chris Neuwerth, Sheri Carr. Not pictured Sue Leach. 120 1 lUSSEN P Tri -captain Michel Gasperi executes a handspring on the vault with speed and ability. Senior Lori Zarley uses daring stunt to dismount from uneven bars. Coach Linda Kitland and Junior Kim Minshall watch teammates perform. Senior Vickie Van ( leve starts her floor exercise with an outstanding leap. i Senior Michelle Warnes prepares for a cody on the trampoline. Gymnasts, coached by Linda Ritland and guided by Tri-Captains Michel Gasperi, Paula O ' Conner and Ingrid Stundins, had a 5-4 overall standing and ranked 13th in the state. As the season came to a close, two individuals quali- fied for regional competi- tion. Junior Kim Minshall placed in all-round and Sophomore Missy Johnson in tumbling and floor exer- cise. Both competitors have been ranked in the top 15 in state all season. All of the team members participating in regional competition received letters. Other teammates receiving letters were Freshman Barb Rohm, Sophomores Robyn Blair and Maria Hall, Sen- iors Paula O ' Connor, Ingrid Stundins, Vickie Van Cleve, Michelle Warnes and Lori Zarley. Receiving their fourth letter in Gymnastics were Michel Gasperi and Barbi George. Senior Barbi George uses mental concentration and strength while performing i hack walkover. 121 Continue domination Rails win fourth Metro crown The Railsplitters won their fourth straight Metropolitan Conference title, finishing with a 13-1 record in Metro play and a 17-1 record overall. This was the fifth title in Coach John Carle ' s sixth year at Lincoln. Accepting leadership for the Rails were Senior Guards Bob Umdenstock and Kirby Van Nausdle. Providing the scor- ing punch was the Metro ' s leading scorer, Senior Frank Smith, who averaged 30 points an outing for the number one ranked Railsplitters. The Cagers ' only loss occurred on De- cember 21 against crosstown rival Hoover. The Huskies were able to con- nect on 31 of 35 freethrows to give them a thrilling 81-80 victory. After losing to Hoover, the Rails were invincible. What was supposed to be a close game against highly rated non-con- ference Urbandale, turned out to be a run away victory for Lincoln, 96-51. In the second meeting with Hoover, the Rails controlled the game from the outset, and finished on top 81-76 before an estimated crowd of 8,500 at Vets. Coach John Carle is shown with the bench view the game. Preparing _ his traditional companion (white to check in is Kirby Van Nausdle Senior Darrel Finley demonstrates why towel) as he and other me mbers of (far right). he is called the " Flying Fin as he climbs his opponent for a lay-up against Roosevelt. 122 ■ First row: Tom Dusterhoft, Neal Smith, Marvin Fisher, Fred Trujillo, John Heath, Joe Joyce, Doug Long. Second row: Coach John Carle, Bob Umdenstock, Frank Smith, Bob Clock, Kevin Swanson, Darrel Finley, Kirby Van Nausdle, Coach Dennis Deardon. Third row: Rick Siron, Kelly Mc- Aninch, Rick Smith, Craig Umphleet, Brian True. Concentrating on the basket, Kirby Van Nausdle flys through the air for a lay-up as Frank Smith trails the play. Frank Smith lays in a basket over Hoover opponent as teammate Bob Clock prepares for rebound. Bob Umdenstock puts on heavy pressure as he prevents the in- bound pass. 123 Tech, Hoover fall Rails whip Ankeny, earn State berth For the second time in three years, Lincoln advanced to State Tour- nament action. The Rails got to sub- state by defeating Tech and Hoover in district play. The Rails were placed against Ankeny in sub- state action. The two teams exchanged the lead several times in the first half, but in the third quarter the Rails took control and went on to an easy 77-5 1 victory. Senior Frank Smith, who averaged 30 points a game in regular season play, was named to first team all-Metro along with Bob Umdenstock, senior guard. Receiving second team all-Metro honor for the Rails was Senior Darrel Finley. Darrel Finley (above) puts up a reverse lay-up against Hoover. Kevin Swanson (right) shoots over two Ankeny opponents as teammate Kirby Van Nausdle looks on. All-Metro guard Bob Umdenstock pops a jumper against Hoover in district final action. Bob Clock lays up an easy shot against Ankeny in sub- state action. mm I ® Frank Smith demonstrates his All-State abilities as he fights for two points against Hoover. 124 Iowa City ends hope for State Title All-Stater Frank Smith (above) gets through the Iowa City defense as he fights for two points. Frank Smith (right) shows great concentration as he crashes into a West opponent in first round State Tourney action. M Shooting over Iowa City ' s 6 ' 9 " center, Frank Smith scores two of Kirby Van Nausdle his 30 points, leaps high for two. In a battle which many felt was " the game " of the 1977 Boys State Tournament, the Iowa City West-Lincoln game lived up to its press clippings, and more. Before an estimated crowd of 14,000, Iowa City West ousted Lincoln from the tournament with a 70-62 victory at Vets Auditorium. Iowa City led for most of the first half, but Lincoln stormed back within two points at the halftime, 32-30. The Railsplitters took their only lead of the game in the third quarter, 34-32. Iowa City continued to dominate the battle of the boards during the remainder of the second half as the Rails found themselves in a cold shooting streak. The Railsplitters finished their season with an over-all record of 20 wins and two losses, including their fourth straight Metropolitan Conference title. Kirby Van Nausdle works the ball inside to Frank Smith as teammate Bob Umdenstock watches the action. 125 Best record evened Sophomores win Metro crown, 16-2 Guy Neff (above) draws a foul from an Ottumwa player as he fights for two points. Steve Karnes (left) flys through I r hand ale opponents for a lay-up at Vets. It looks as if Lincoln will continue to dominate basketball in the Metro Conference if the 1976-77 sophomore basket- ball team record is any indication of what is to come. The sophomores finished first in the Metro with a record of 16-2. This was the second Metro title in three years for Coach Jerry Schartner. Scoring leaders for the young Rails were Guy Neff and Steve Karnes, both averaging 18 points a game. The team broke many team records including best offen- sive average, 79.5, best shooting percentage, 49.2%, and most points scored in one season, 1431. Coach Schartner said, 4 Tm very pleased with this year ' s team. They evened the 73-74 team record, which is the best in my 11 years of coaching. " Slamin ' Sam Lahonia (above) demonstrates his leap- ing ability as he attempts i dunk shot. Penetrating the Ottumwa defense, Steve Karnes (left above) pops a jumper in mid-flight. 126 First row: Sam Labonia, Steve Si-id, Mike Scott, Steve ner, Mike Shumway, Mick Anderson, (iuy Neff, Craig Kern, Karnes, Richard Hates, Gary Brown, Hill Hollinrake, Jeff Gary Geil, Kermit Miller, Todd Mack, Kevin Smith. Morgan, Tony Hotchkiss. Second row: Coach Jerry Schart- Steve 8«id shoots up a short jumper, as teammate Concentrating over an Urbandale opponent, Craig Kern shows Richard Bates and I rbandale opponents position his form as he attempts a jumper, themselves lor the rebound. 127 128 129 Girls nab first Sectional title " Girls Metro Basketball was bal- anced this year for the first time in its five year history. A team could not expect to play poorly against a weak team and still win. This was indicated by the close scores among Metro teams, " said Coach Phil Mar- tin. The girls outplayed their oppo- nents in most games for almost the entire game, only to lose some heartbreaker games in the last few minutes. Lincoln girls captured their first sectional basketball championship with an 82-70 win over Carlisle. Balanced scoring was the key to victory in both the championship game and the semi-final game over Dowling. According to Coach Martin, the season could be summed up with a comment made to the coaches by some fans, " Win or lose, the girls were exciting to watch this year. " Senior Shari Hutchison (far right) attempts to block East ' s pass. Senior Julie (ieronzin (right) shows out- standing defense against opponent. First row: Julie Geronzin, Joan Walker, Kim Hohenshell, Rice, Tracy Hutchinson, Shari Hutchinson, Paula Manning, Darci Boyd, Michelle Price, Debbie ( onrath. Second row: Debbie Snyder, Cindy Pontious, Brenda Rice, Assistant Coach Kris Francos, Kathy Sarasio, Donna Heiderschidt. Third Dave Blackman. row: Coach Phil Martin, Carol Krieg, Sandy Laugk, Rhonda 130 ■ 131 Close games create excitement Senior guard Darci Boyd meets all obstacles to pet the ball into the forward court. Se niors (indy Pontious (above) shoots as Shari Hutchinson goes under for possible rebound. Roose- velt guards learn not to tangle with forwards Sandy Laugk and Rhonda Rice, juniors (right). Senior Shari Hutchinson (left) shoots over the top to connect on a field goal. Showing intense concentra- tion at the freethrow line is Senior ( indy Pontious (above). 132 Rente Scott maneuvers into position for the rebound. First row: Linda Wilde, Renee Scott, Shelly Hoopes, Debbie Fauler, Lisa Wilde. Second row: Judy (handler, Stacy McArthur, Pam Sufka, Roxanne Thomas, Robin Rattcliff, Doreen Ware. Third row: Tonya Soroka, Melissa Pace, Lisa Stienbach, Mary Geronzin, Lisa Strait, Sandy Hitchcock, Coach Jerry Atkinson. Sophomores gain needed experience A quick release secures jumpshot for Lisa Wilde. Stacy McArthur leaves Valley in awe as she drives for two in the lane. The girls ' sophomore basketball team gained valuable experience as they finished Metro play with seven wins and seven losses (8-10 overall), placing in a tie for third in the conference. " It was really a super season. We worked hard and we won some games, but most of all we learned to play as a team, " Guard Renee Scott com- mented . On the offensive end of the court the team averaged 48 points per game, while in the guard court the Railsplitter defense al- lowed just 52 points per game. Guard Pam Sufka said, " This year we got off to a bad start but then we really started to work hard. Once we did this, we started to show ourselves on the floor. We won a lot of our games, and we turned out to be a better team. " Coach Jerry Atkinson said of the team, " The team showed ex- cellent progress during the sea- son, rebounding from five straight early season losses to defeat the Metro Conference leaders late in the year. " 133 Hockey team glides to best season Lincoln ' s hockey team joined forces with Southeast Polk, Urbandale and Valley to capture a 5-3 record in Division 2 competition. Practice was held at 6:00-7:00 a.m. once a week at the Des Moines Ice Arena. Two year hockey players from Lincoln were Dennis Clair, Bruce Coughenhower, Harry Cramer, Brian Leo- pold, Bob Srohn, Steve Powers and Tim Preuninger. Coach Ron Nagurski stated that he hoped interest in hockey would increase even though Lincoln has strong basketball and wrestling programs occurring during the same season. Facing off for the third period is Harry Cramer (top) Tim Preuinger (bottom) helps out Tom Dickerson. Al Turnquest receives a pass from a teammate. Neil Radcliff (left) races down the ice to score a hat trick. Mark Kinser (above) battles against Valley. 134 First row: Bruce Coughenhower, Randy Pierce, Harry Cramer, Mike Jack man. Second row: Brian Leopold, Dave Clason, Steve Strohn, Dave Nichols, Mark Blasnick. Third row: Coach Ron Nagurski, Dennis Clair, Mark Bailey, Al Turnquest, Bob Strohn, John Williams, Tim Preuinger, Neil Radcliff, Tom Dickerson, Steve Powers, Coach Jim Coughen- hower. Goalie Mark Blasnick fights off Dowling players. Bob Strohn checks a Dowling opponent. 135 First row: Mark Graeve, Tony Colosimo, Jeff Hendricks, Dean Ayala, Ken Ball, Jack Rush, Dave Crise, Pat Frazier, Jim Judge, Jerry Short, Kevin Parker, Rick Stapes, Ron Mark Ayala, Steve Heisler, Kevin Foust. Bristow, Pat Mitchell. Second row: Coach Larry Hayes, 136 Crise and Foust advance to Districts Wrestlers finis hed the season with a 6-5 record, advanc- ing two wrestlers to the district match at Dowling. Kevin Foust, 98-pounds, wrestled his way to the semi- final round before being beaten 14-3. Dave Crise, heavy- weight, also made it to the semi-final round, but was pinned in a final wrestleback in 2:47. The Varsity wrestling team was headed by Senior Co- captains Mark Ayala and Kevin Parker. Coach Larry Hayes was pleased with the wrestlers ' rec- ord and was also pleased with the advancing of two wrestlers to the district meet. 137 JV Grapplers pin for future I irst row: Jim Wonff, Mark Berry, Bob Brandt. Second row: Jim Coaches Haves and Williams watch for the McClelland, Joe Harrison, Jeff McWherter. Third row: Jack Hush, final outcome " of an important match. Coach Williams. Sophomore Mark Graeve (right) attempts to pin for six points. Junior Brian Gaumer (below ripht) uses muscle to break away from opponent. The 35-member Junior Varsity wrestling squad posted a 6-5 record under the direction of Coach Don Williams. Leading wrestlers for the squad were Juniors Pat Frazier (heavyweight), Jack Rush (185), and Jeff Mc- Wherter (167). An off-on JV wrestler, Dean Ayala, was a surprise qualifier for districts at 105. The team also placed two wrestlers in the Hoover Invitational. The purpose of JV wrestling is to gain experience and to have fun. The squad accomplished its goal of getting the needed experience for next year ' s varsity action. 138 Water Polo team sets World Record First row: Shellev Cosgrove, Meribeth Kissell, Cory ( ady, Kim Griffiths, Beda Soliday, Tammy Randleman, Beth Kay Kissell, Mary Heggen. Second row: Shari Walling, Thoermer, Michelle Price, Lisa Pointer. First row: Mike Bird, Jeff Judge, Steve Teter, Jim Judge. Second row: Paul Whitfield, Jay Squires, Brian Nicholson, John Deter, Bill Judkins. Third row: Phil Shipman, Jeff Burton, Kurt Harrison, Tim Sherman, J. R. Smith, Brad Judkins, Scott Anderson, Pat Bird. Not pictured: Dan Barthelomew, Greg Brown, Steve Caron, Kelly Harrison, Ray Kinley, Dave Mc( leary, Mark Nicholson. Lincoln Water Polo teams set a world record, 48 hours, 1 1 minutes, of playing continuous water polo, beating the old record of 45 hours 17 minutes. Instead of the annual spring break trip, the team worked toward their goal of being in the spring issue of the Guinness World Book of Rec- ords. Pledges collected from sponsors will help pay for equipment used by both waterpolo teams and swim- mers. Boys teams played three Metro teams, Hoover, Valley, and Roose- velt. The team should be strong next year with only six members gradu- ating. Lisa Pointer, Michelle Price, Tammy Randleman and Beth The- ormer were only a few of the out- standing players of the girls ' water polo team. The girls are looking forward to attending National com- petition, May 20 held in Chicago. Tammy Randleman commented that her and her teammates are looking forward to upcoming meets and hopefully beating Hoover. The girls also participated in breaking the world record. 139 Super Frogs qualify for State First row: Paul Whitfield, Kelly Harrison, J. R. Smith, Keith Hanson, Dave McCleary, Brian Groves. Second row: Pat Bird, Tim Shurman, Chris Burson, Brad Judkins, Chuck Roads. Third row: Kelley Soliday, Dave Bartholomau. Fourth row: Mike Buell, Ted Hempen, Jim Burton, Tim Johns. Fifth row: Brian Nicholson, John Deter. Sixth row: Mark Nicholson, Tony Klucking, Bruce Thomas. Seventh row: Mike Bird, Steve Teter, Jamie Hickman. Eighth row: Jay Squires, Mark Stout, Larry Buzzy, Bill Judkins. Ninth row: Scott Anderson, Steve Caron, Ray Kin ley, Pat Bussa- mus. Captains Mike Bird and Steve Caron led the Super Frogs to a 5-4 overall record. Coach Jim Hickman was pleased with victories over Boone and Southeast Polk. Relay team, 400 freestyle, consisting of Bird, Caron, Jamie Hickman and Jay Squires, broke the school record and went on to qualify for State. The Metro meet was held at Roosevelt Febru- ary 12. Bird received first place honors in the 100 breaststroke and second 50 freestyle. Caron placed third in the 100 breaststroke, while Steve Teter finished fourth. At Districts Bird qualified for State by placing first, 100 breaststroke and third, 50 freestyle. Lincoln ' s 400 freestyle relay team qualified with a time of 3:33. Bird captured fourth at State in the 100 breast- stroke and tenth in the 50 freestyle. Lincoln freestylers Steve Teter, Mike Bird, and Chris Bur- son (lanes 2, 4, 6) leap for the lead in a meet against Hoover. 140 141 Two miler Junior Joe Gazzo overcomes Hoover foe (far left). Jack Rush, junior, throws the shot in non-conference action (middle). Bob Hammer, senior, clears for extra points (above). Trackmen show power-plus ■ First row: Randy Shoemaker, Mike Manning, Chuck F unaro, Greg Page, Bob Hammer, Steve Snook, Jerry Wiand, Dave Prall, Kirk Jones, Bill Hollinrake, Doug Hetherington. Second row: Chuck Fargo, Joe Gazzo, Jack Rush, Sam LaBonia, Mike Scott, Rick Saltzman, Jim Sanders, Don St. John. Bill Oliver, Neal Smith, Tim Houge, Don Pa xton. Third row: Mike Cox, Ken Houseman, Chuck Hotchkiss, Craig Wheeler, Bryon Purcell, Paul Flickinger, Jody Erick- son, Steve Gonzalez, Kent Smith, Jeff Bixler, Jeff Robertson, Tom Olson. Fourth row: Jim Biggs, Joe Sheehan, Joe Costanzo, Don West, Kim Ackelson. Not pictured: Jim Bixler, Doug Detrick, Doug Harvey, Chuck Reed. 142 Two mile relay team of Steve Snook, Neil Smith, Doug Harvey and Chuck Funaro, seniors, are top contenders. Lincoln trackmen grind out be- tween seven and eight miles per day, practicing at 7 a.m. and after school. The Harriers, led by head Coach Bob VanderLinden and assistant Coaches Hugh Drake and Gary Mc- Clanahan have hopes of finishing high in Metro action. Tech, East and Valley should provide tough competition for Lin- coln in the race for the Metro crown. Lincoln traveled to Lamoni to compete in the State Federation meet, with Jim Sanders bringing home a fifth place finish in the 440. On April 2 Don St. John cap- tured second in the 440 at the Dickinson Relays in Cedar Falls. Coaches Gary McClanahan, Hugh Drake and Bob VanderLinden keep track of times at the Indianola meet. High jump specialist (left above) Senior Mike Manning and Sophomore Sam Labonia take time out to wish each other luck. Quarter milers Jim Sanders and John St. John, juniors, run warm up laps (above). 143 Sophomores bring depth to Cindermen A well balanced Sophomore track team led Coach Bob VanderLinden to comment, " I feel we have every possible chance to win the sophomore Metro crown. " During the season the team participated in four regular sophomore meets, the rest being sophomore-junior varsity. The team consisted of 37 members, six of these running on varsity. These were, Doug Heatherington, Jeff Jarnigan, Don Paxton, Bill Hollinrake, Barry DeMoss, and Steve Seid. Coach VanderLinden summed it up by saying, " This is the best group of sophomores Tve seen since I came to Lincoln. " Stri in£ to ;ain extra footage in the long jump is Sophomore Todd Parks. (Far above) Sophomores Don Paxton and Rick Saltz- man race to the finish line. Kevin Smith competes in the two mile run. fc= I First row: Dm Paxtoa, Rick Saltzman. Steve Seid, Louie Pazzi. Todd Parks, Bob Stafford, Steve Oliver. Dave Bridge- water. Tracy Cross, Mike Scott, Sam LaBonia. Second row: Doag Hetmeris tom, Steve Joses, Dave Demnis, Tist Harvey, Tiai Nortoa, Dave T acker. Jeff J armaria, Dave Bixler, Mike Lindemoen, Bill Hollinrake, Dave Julson, manager. Third row: Dan Draper, Mike Gatzke, Mark Frye, Steve Delmege, Brent Boyd. Matt Smith, Larry Buzzy, Scott Ramsey, Mick Anderson, Ke in Smith, Bob True, Barry DeMoss ' , Mark Timmons. Not pictured: Tony Hotchkiss, Gene Dickey. 144 Lincoln wins first Metro crown 3» | | ■■■■ Louie A modes moves the ball past an opponent. Louie Amodes shows good form as he finishes a kick. John Leo shows quickness in a close game. Lincoln soccer team, led by Coach Mike Leach and Captains John Leo and Louie Amodes, captured the first Metro crown with a 5-0 record. Team member Fiore Montanaro com- mented that Roosevelt and Valley were this year ' s toughest contenders. Only losing one member the team has a good outlook for next year. Outstanding players were Dave Amend, Mike Amend, Louie Amodes and John Leo. Lincoln ' s team has two seasons each year, spring and fall. The team is hopeful that this spring season is comparable to their undefeated fall season. First row: K. OConnell, J. Berry, T. Philips, J. Russo, D. Amend, I). Shnralona, l . Shockley. Second row: K. koski, P. Montanaro, If. Amend, D. Robbing, J. Leo. 145 First row: Julie Geronzin, Darci Boyd, Debbie Snyder, Janice Walker, Lynda Weberg, Julie Goble, Fawn Brockette. Second row: Coach Phil Martin, Tami Smith, Julie Ferguson, Kelly Solem, Sandy Hitchcock, Linda Wilde, Mary Geronzin, Shelly Hoopes, Brenda Rice, Coach Dave Ortale. Third row: Brenda Belinsky, Julie MacDonald, Kris Frangos, Tanya Saroka, Joni Izzonela, Chris Taylor, Ronnie Scott, Coach Jeff Robinson. Fourth row: Joan Walker, Pant Seeger, Gwen Reeves, Robin Radcliff, Jean Saltzman, Sharon Gaulke, Sandy Ballard, Carmen Martin. Not pictured: Kim Hohen- shell, Liz Noah, Robin Blair, Cindy Enslow. Great team, great attitude Senior Debbie Snyder (above) prepares to hurl the shot-put. Senior Janice Walker (far above) sets a fast pace in the 880. Powerful style is shown (above) by Senior Julie Gerozin as she finishes the 220. 146 Getting limbered up (left) to leap in the high jump is Sophomore Mary Geronzin. Junior Lynda Weberg competes in the mile run. Coaches Phillip Martin and Dave Ortale along with assistant Coach Jeff Robin- son began practice March 1, running an hour in the morning and one to two hours after school. The team traveled to Lamoni to compete in the Federation meet. Brenda Rice finished seventh in the shot. Darci Boyd secured fifth place in the 440. Lincoln girls track team held their first invita- tional on April 22. (above) Tami Smith, junior, strides her (above) Members of the distant medley relay team warming up are Kris way through the 440. Frangos, Tami Smith, Julie Ferguson and Julie Geronzin. (above) Getting in shape for her event is senior Darci Boyd. Senior Brenda Rice (above) rears back to toss the shot-put. 147 The boys golf team is favored to finish strong in the Metro for the 1976-77 season. Returning lettermen Brian Groves, Marvin Fisher and Doug Long will lead the team towards a winning sea- son. Potential golfers to help backup the team should be Tom Benoit, Doug Tipping, Andy Ward, Brian Wright and Dean Zenor. All home meets are played at Willow Creek. Marvin Fisher, co-captain, stated, " We are going to be a lot tougher this year than people think. We have a crop of young talent in the sophomores this year. This plus returning experi- ence should make us a contender for the Metro title. The girls golf team is led by Senior Diane Benoit and Junior Lynn Webb. Webb is favored to be a top contender for State honors. Lincoln golfers smash down fairway Marvin Fisher shows great form in Relaxing before a meet is Brian Following through for long yardage backswhig. Groves. is Doug Long. First row: Doug Blount, Terry Jackman, Doug Tipping, Brian Groves, Bob Russell, Clayton Nelson. Second row: Tim Agan, Brad Tally, Joe Baker, Steve Davidson, Tim Johnson, Doug Vose, Doug Palis. Third row: Doug Long, Chris Leech, Craig Mattell, Mike Ramey, Paul Stanard, Jeff Russo, Brian Wright, Todd Mack, Kermit Miller, Tom Benoit, Dean Zenor, Marvin Fisher. Fourth row: Joe Joyce, Tim Holland, Pat Curtis, Gary McCoy, Gary Brown, Richard Bates, Scott Ramsey, Jeff Fagerland, Clark Jacob- son, Craig Umphleet. 148 ■ Doug Tipping swings down the Dean Zenor comes through under middle. pressure. w 1 Diane Benoit drives another shot up the fairway. Brian Groves and Joe Joyce (left above) study a very important putt. No. 1 golfer Lynn Webb (above) concentrates for a long drive. First row: Lisa Renda, Michell Caliguri, Bambi Barber. Second row: Laura Lankford, Lynn Webb, Diane Benoit, Billie Horton. 149 Boys tennis team serves up a storm •re- 4 % m Mr A ■-i Mini t First row: Mike Ogden, Tony Petosa, Tim Zarley, Rick Hazelton, Dave Buckingham, Robert Henre, Tim Herbert, Doug Huggins, Dan Norem, Tony Prieto. Second row : Jamie Hickman, Gene Carpino, Matt Herbert, Chris Holmes, Mike ( lark. Coach John VanWhy, Jeff Wheeldon, Mark Merkel, Steve Summy, Terry Fenton, Jack Flatt. Junior Robert Henre (above) controls back spin. Senior Rick Hazelton (middle) prepares for a smashing serve. Junior Tim Herbert (far right) exhibits strong backhand form. Sophomore Tony Prieto and Junior Dave Buckingham (right) show net performance in doubles action. Five returning lettermen and Robert Henre, a transfer student from Texas, make the outlook for the boys ' tennis team promising. Coach John Van- Why says, " With one senior starting, the team is very inexperienced but making excellent progress. " Cap- tains for the team are Tim Herbert and Rick Hazel- ton. With two seniors graduating from the team, next year ' s team looks bright. 150 Racqueteers swing through season First row: Michelle Yakovich, Sue Lang, Mary Marturello, Renee Scott, Coach Cheri Mortice. Sec- ond row: Debbie Porter, Jill Macy, Kathy Murphy, Carla Burt, Coach John VanWhy. Third row: Randi Jeffries, Ann Hruckshaw, Renata Galbinski. Fourth row: Teri Cole, Michelle Blades, Julie Jordan. Fifth row: Dorecn Ware, Sue Keeney, Shelly Schartner. Seniors Kathy Murphy and Debbie Porter set up poach at net. With combined years of experi- ence and dedication, the girls tennis team shows much potential in the run for the Metro title. Senior mem- bers will attempt to capture their 4th consecutive Lincoln Invitational title. Four year letterwinners Kathy Murphy, Debbie Porter and Carla Burt, along with three year letter- winner Sue Lang have dominated two districts, one runner up, and one sectional championship since their freshman year. The team travels to Dubuque and Sioux City to play tougher competition to get ready for sectional and district play with the hopes of state qualifiers. Sue Lang, senior, (left) adds topspin to a fore- hand. Carla Burt, senior (above), synchronizes backhand motion. Jill Macy (right above) gets down on serve. 151 Pride is reflected by state performers 1976 State Consolation baseball team shows mixed losing consolation game. The team ended the season emotions as they accept fourth place trophy after with an overall record of 22 wins and nine losses. Doubles partners Debbie Porter and Kathy Murphy finished fourth in the state in 1976 and are ranked second in the state for 1977. Members of the boys 400 yard free- style team who competed in the State Meet: Steve Caron, Jammie Hickman, meet: Steve Caron, Jammie Hickman, Jay Squires, Mike Bird. First team All-State defensive back Bob Umdenstock, who was also a fourth team All-State pitcher on the 197H baseball squad. 152 Members of the girls swim team who participated in the State meet: (first row) Kay Kissel, Cory Caty; (second row) Emily Edwards, Teri Champ, Mary Neff, Tammy Randleman, Debbie Judish. First team All-Stater Frank Smith who led the Rails to the State Tournament with a 30 point aver- age, the highest average in the state. The 1976-77 Railsplitter basketball team was the second team in Lincoln ' s history to enter the State Tournament. The team also won the fourth straight Metro Crown. 1976 Railsplitter football team. The squad finished second in Metro action with a 5-2 record and was the first Lincoln football squad to win a State Play-off berth, finish- ing the season with an overall mark of 7-3. State Champion Teri Champ won the solo syn- chronized swim competition in 1976 and is favored to defend her title in 1977. 153 Sophomores number 780 Sophomores found themselves becoming more involved in activities as the school year progressed. Many chose to participate in sports while others snatched a role in the school play. Mr. Kent ' s homeroom 232 and Mrs. Griffin ' s homeroom 226 showed their participation by collecting over 150 cans of food for the Thanksgiving canned food drive. To help avoid the confusion sophomores were assigned big brothers and sisters during orientation to give them a tour of Lincoln. " I ' m looking forward to my next two years at Lincoln. I love it, " commented Sophomore Kelly Larsen. John Fridl, sophomore, added k ifs a lot more fun than I thought it would be. " Sophomores demonstrate their class spirit by yelling ber one. " we re num- Ables. Doualos Adorns, Dole Agon, Timothy Agons, John Agey. Joseph Aguilar, Jose Alcala, Joseph Aldini, Robert Allen, Karen Allen, Kevin Allen, Rebecca Aller, Mory Aller, Susan Altheim, Murray Amundson, Solly Anderson, Kori Andreas, Julie Andreas, Ricky Andreini, Rhonda Archer, Mary Ruth Arrandalc, Michoel Ashley, Rocksonna Augspurger, Carol Ayalo, Christopher Ayala, Deon Backstrom, Cheryl Baier, Edword Baker, Brian Boker, Joseph Bakke, Rebecca Bollard, Jack Bollard, Kathy Bollard, Sondro Barber, Bambi Barth, Gregory Barton, John Bass, Tony Bates, Robert Bares, Richard Boumhover, Matt Beokler, Sharon Beoty, Kelly Beck, Karen Belieu, Barbara Belmsky, Brenda Bell, Leanno Bci lis. Jonise Benda, Jim Benefiel, Deborah Benton, Mark Berry, Mark Berry, Robin Best, Marsha Bettis, Sheryl Biilups. William Bingham, Randy Birdsell, Brenda Bishop, Cmdy Bishop, Debro Sue Bixler, David Bixler, Michoel Blockmon, Dixie Blades, Robert Bloir, Robyn Bolton, Groig Bonorden, Bruce Boothe, Jerry Boston, Seon Botler, Steve Boyd, Brent W K KKKKtKKM 156 Brodford, Brendo Brodshow, Todd Brandt, Robert Braver, Gino Brenton, Lockie Breuklonder, Jomes Bndgewoter, David Bnstow, Ronald Brown, Gary Brown, Julie Brown, Mark Brown, Richard Brown, Roxanne Bullard, Mory Burden, Victorio Burdick, Jocquelyn Burgduff, Corolyn Burgroff, John Burks. Naomi Bumola, Conception Burson, Christopher Burt, Christine Burton, Jomcs Burton, Jeff Buzzy, Lawrence Caligiuri, Michele Caluzzi, Robert Cordamon, Joseph Cardamone, Cotherme Carlson, Richord Carpino. Julie Corr, Sheri Carroll, Rito Corson, Ruth Casey. Moureen Caudill, George Champ, Theresa Chandler, Judy Chandler, Linda Cherry, Lisa Chiodo, Mary Chiovaro, Anthony Chnstionson, Michael Cirksena, Deidre Claman, David Clork, Nancy Clork, Sondro Cleghorn, Vicky Clme, Rebbecco Close, Knsty Coon, Georgene Coan, John Cole, Terne Collins, Jonet Colosimo, Anthony Colosimo, Michoel Comegys, Danny Conner, Cotherme Conner, Shelley Conrath, Dcbra Ann Conway, George Cook, Douglas Cook, Patricia Cook, Ronald Cooper, Thomas Copic, Kim Coppola, Robin Cottrell. Cloyton Coughennower, Bruce Countryman, Michael Covoult, Scott Cozod, Donna Craig, Douglas Crawford, Curtis Crees, Diane Crees, Volene Crist, Martha Cronm, Dean Cross, Kathleen Cross, Tracy A. Cross, Tracy L. Curl, Richard Curry. Kelly Curtis, Denise Curtis. Kevin Dogget, Jomes Dale, Michoel Dalton, Lone Doniels, Bnon Doniels, Michele Daniels, Steven Darrah, Jonathon Dovenport, Deon Davenport, Robert Davidson, Mark Dovis. Anthony Davis, Sherri Davison, David Deal, Karla Sophomores Doug Palace and Mike VanSickle contemplate over ideas for their art project. 157 Deon, Scott Deorden, Dernse Deorth. Tim Delmcge, Steven Delury, Michelle Demoss, Barry Dennis, Dovid Dennis, Kathryn Dereus, David Dev, Carolyn Dial, Corol Dickey, Gene Donahoo, James Doud, Cheryl Douglas, Ten Draper, Danny Duckworth, Craig Dudley, Jennifer Duhl, David Dyer, Rhonda Eddins, Steven Edwards, Dovid Edwards, Emily Edwards, George Edwards, Koren Egenberger, Virginia Eilbert, Gory Elder, Flynn Ellis, Jeffrey Ellis, Leigh Ellwanger, Scott Endres, Kerry Epps, Lonnie Enckson, Anthony Enckson, Perry Erquist, Becky Espey, Suson Ethendoe, Shoun Etzen, Robert Evans, Mark Evons, Terri Everett, Mary Ewald, Brenda Fairley, Janet Fatmo, Anthony Fouler, Debro Fazio, Frank Felice, Deborah Filippelli, Joseph Fisher, Karlo Fisher, Lone Flannery, Teresa Flatt, Kevin Fogue, Potnck Fokken, Marianne Foreman, Tommy Foust, Marjean Foutz, Donald Freel, Jeffrey Fridl, John Frye, Mark Funderburk, Jano Gable, Susan Garber, Terrence Garner, Leesa Gates, Kathleen Gates, Richard Gathercole, Randall Gatzke, Michoel Gaulke, Sharon Gedler, Michoel Geil, Gory Geppert, Kent Geronzin, Mary Ghee. Angela Gibson, Collette Gilliam, Rodney Gillum, Robin Goble, Julie Goble, Kathleen Gordon, Diona Gordon, Ricky Groeve, Mark Gray, Donna Green, Kirk Green, Sally Greubel, Jomce Gnffm, Jamie Griffiths, Kimberly Groene, Joseph Grubb, Lorry Gruis, Timothy Guili, William Hall, Maria Halverson, Kim Hamby, Condi Hommer, Ken Hond, Debro Hanson, Keith Hanson, Leroy Sophomore tfridders tackle a North ball carrier as he attempts a touchdown. 158 Hanson, Mork Honson, Sheril Harker, Wes Harkness, Joseph Harper. Mike Harrison, Curtis Harrison, Joseph Harrison, Kelly Harvey, Timothy Hastie, Lucia Hough, Thomas Hebert, Bettino Heck, Richard Heggen, Mory Hegwood, Jeffrey Heiselmon, Norma Heldenbrond, Cheryl Heller, Blaine Hendnx, Debra Heritage, Trocey Hethenngton, Douglas Hiatt, Ronnie Hickle, Kevin Hill. Tracy Hill, Vickie Hitchcock, Sondro Holland, Timothy Hollingsworth, Kelly Holhnrake, William Hood, Randy Hoopes, Shelly Horton, Billie Hotchkiss, Anthony Howard, Debra Huggms, Douglas Hutchens, Denise Hutt, Jackie Inhofe, Lisa Inman, Ronald Inman, Rondo Isaacson, Stuort Jockman, Terry Jockson, Elizobeth Jahnke, Potti Janssen, Rhonda Jarnagm, Jeffrey Jennings, Kathy Jimenez, Shelly John, Timothy Johnson, Lori Johnson, Melissa Johnson, Penny Johnson, Scott Johnston, Judi Johnston, Timothy Jolliffe, Bryan Jones, Down Jones, Steven Jones, William Jordan, Jeffrey Judkins, Bradley Julson, David Jury, Potrick Kaiser, Beverly Kornes, Steven Kouzlorich, Debro Kauzlonch, Diane Keller, Kenneth Kennedy, Robert Kent, Brian Kern, Craig Kieler, William Kmcheloe. Todd King, Brian Kinney, Shelly Kirschbaum, Bndgette Knox, Susan Kroll, Douglas Kusel, Jolynne Lobonio, Samuel Labuschagne, Simone Lane, Sandra Long, Tereso Lankford, Loura Lor sen, Kelly Lou, Rebecca Lawless, Gerald Leech, Christopher Leonetti, Frank Lett, Argus Lewellen, Dennis Lewis, Kevon Lmdemoen, Michael Lint, Sheila Lloyd, Michoel Lloyd, Richord Lopez, Christopher Lowe. Donald Lukenbill, Susan Lynch, Tracy G ridden pictured above are Tim Norton, Mike Smith and Brent Sage. 159 Mocbride, Kothleen Mock, Todd Moffell. Beth Maldonodo, Art Maldonodo, David Mangano, Conncetta Manning, Paula Marsell, Laurie Morshall, Michael Martin, Liso Moson, Randy Mathews, Betty Matson, Robin Moyhugh, Rex McArthur, Stacey McClean, Sherri McClellond, James McCoy, Karla McDonald, Julie McKee, Anthony McKee, Christopher McNeeley, Nolo McPuee, Tina McBee. Tara McCleary, Dovid McKern, Rondy McKern, Richord Meek, Daniel Meeks, Michel le Mernfield. Steven Mettille. Croig Middleton, Denise Mikovec, John Miles, Jeff Millard. Kelly Millard, Von Miller, Kermit Miller, Leonard Miller. Mark Miller, Patricia Mmella, Carolyn M.nello. Gilbert Minmger, Michoel Mitchell, Lee Ann Mitchell, Stephen Mock, Brenda Modde, Dennis Moliterno, Brenda Moore, Sidney Morgan, Jeffrey Motsmger, Tammy Muck, Denise Munyon, Denise Murphy, Poul Murray, Kay Murrel, Susan Myers, Stephen Myers, Thereso Nation, Cynthio Neff, Guy Neuwerth, Christine Nicholson, Bnon Nicolino. Gmo Nixon. Bill Nixon, Mortin Noble, Kimberly Noland, Julie Norlm, Kan Norton, Timothy O. Yong Chu O ' Brien, Robbin Oconnel, Kent Ogburn, William Ogden, Michael Oliver, Steven Olson, Edward Oltrogge, David 0 Neal, Dennis Orcutt, Diane Ortega, Robert Sophomore Ken Hammer plays his guitar during a performance. Kelly Larsen, sophomore, practices the can-can. 160 Sophomore Pam Sufka practices weaving baskets during art. £i Oft © $ 0 Osborn, Kelly Ostrem, Brian Overton, Mary Owens, Susan Oxberger, Shelly Pace, Melissa Page, Robbin Polis, Douglas Parker, Lon Porks, Todd Pascuzzi, Jennifer Paszak, Pomelo Potch, Jeffrey Patten, Judith Paxton, Donald Payne, Notolie Pazzt, Louis Peachey, Terri Perkins, Michael Peterson, Lisa Petosa, Anthony Phillips, David Pike, Jodi Piper, James Piper, Ronold Plemone, Mitch Pogue, Gene Poison, Michoel Potson, Michoel Prieto, Anthony Prusis, Jonis Prymek, Tom Putney, Leroy Rams, Thomas Rams, Ulzada Raleigh, Jon Ramsey, Scott Ratcliffe, Robin Rathff, Donna Rea. Morvm Reed, Terri Reeser, Garold Reeves, Linda Reichenbocker, Kelli Remts, Loune Reis, Jeffrey Rendo, Liso Rice, Deborah Rice, Vanessa Richards, Jomes Richards, Jearl Rickobough, Jeffrey Ricks, Lynne Ricks, Vivolyn Riehm, Shern Riffe, Tony Riley, Robin Riseley, Douglas Rist, Debra Rivera, Theresa Robb, Jennifer Robinson, Catherine Robison, Janice Rock, Vanessa Roger, Tern Roerig, Kothy Rosendahl, Cmdi Ruby, Richard Ruggles, Jay Ruggles, Julie Rummelhort, Craig Rummelhart, Michoel Runkel, Sarah Ryan, Lolo Soge, Brent Saltzman, Jeanne Saltzman, Ricky Sanford, Jodi Sonford, Michael Scorpino, Dione Scheofer, Calvin Schhcher, Knsta Schmaltz, Todd Schmelmg, David Schurman, Timothy Scott, Michoel Scott, Renee Sears, Morvm Seger, Christine Seid, Steve Selby, Cynthia Semple, Scott 161 Senecout, Kimberly Shoppell, Kimberly Sheehon, Jeffrey Sheriff, Brenton Sherman, Scott Shields, Susan Shmgledecker, Russel Shipman, Gregory Short, Jerry Shortley, Jacqueline Shumway, Michael Sickels, Dorcy Sigmund, Jeffrey Sinclair, Frances Smcloir, James Singleton, Cynthia Singleton, Fronk Smopoli. Thor Slawson, Tami Sloan, Peggy Smith, Diane Smith, Dianna Smith, Donna Smith, Joe Smith, Kevin Smith, Khristine Smith, Liso Smith, Mark Smith, Matthew Smith, Michael Smith, Richard Snyder, Beth Snyder, Brenda Sohn, Allen Solem, Brian Soroka, Alan Soroka, Tonya Speed, Steven Spieker, Theresa Squiers, Jay Squire, Cynthia Stacy, Laurie Stafford, Andrew Stafford, Robert Stanard, Paul Stanley, Tammy Stopes, Jadi Staples, Marylou Steele, Daniel Stemboch, Dorinda Stemboch, Lisa Stemler. Tomoro Sterret, Bill Stevens, Michoel Stifel, Stephen St.lwell, Carlo Stodden, David Stover, Robert Strait, Lisa Stroit, Randy Strohn, Bob Stroud, John Sufka, Pam Taggart, Jeffrey Tait, Gory Talley, Brod Topscott. Melissa Tassm, Pamela Tassm, Tamara Taylor, Michael Taylor, Rebecca Teigen, Cindy Templeton, Larry Tew, Suson Thacker, Bud Thocker, Jeffrey Theis, Greg Thomas, Rory Thomos, Roxonne Thomas, Verhne Thompson, Shelby Thompson, Wendy Thomson, Blaine Tiepelmon, Modonno Tilber, Jeffrey 1 Sophomores listen intently during an assembly. • IP 1 A. M m 1 1 5PH Ts..iL - mm wsm mm Wmm 162 ft 8 Brent Sheriff, sophomore, listens intently during Biology. Toncar, Robert Treanor, Kimberly True, Robert Truitt, Jeffrey Tucci, Jo Mone Tucker, David Turner, Carmen Turntpseed, Wesley Twymon, Davo Underwood, Jeffrey Van Gundy, Vicki Van Loo, Mylena Van Sickle, Michoel Vance, Charles Vanderpool, Kathy Vandervelde, Susan Vanpelt, Billy Vaught, Jamie Venn, Rhonda Violett, Kippley Volz, Vince Voorhees, Sandra Woddill, Dennis Wagner, Lori Waldron, Charles Walker, Glen Walker, John Walker, Robert Wallace, Becky Waltz, Berme Ware, Doreen Ware, Thomos Watson, Margaret Weaver, Gory Weaver, Laura Weigel, Jomes Wendt. Debra West, Kenneth Wheeler, Mary Whitcher, Rebecca White, Melissa Whitmore, David Whitmore. Jane Whitten, Carlo Wilcox, Kimberly Wilde, Linda Wilde, Lisa Wilkinson, Lome Williams, Corol Williams, Carolyn Williams, Lance Wilson, Cameron Wilson, Martin Wilson, Raymond Wilson, Sandro Winders. Stephen Wmgfield, Donald Witmer, Linda Witzenburg, Gregory Wong, Jim Wood. Ellen Woods, Joseph Woods, Lori Worthington, Ted Worthington, Timothy Wyott. Timothy Yohnke. Tammy Young, Dede Zarley, Timothy Allen. Cathy Allen. Robert Anderson, Jana Anthony, James Arrandale. Mike Ashelford, Shane Barth, Richard Baumann, Fred Bockey, Becky Boodewyn, Shan Dills, Jeff Egmoire, Johnny Fazio, Jeffrey Frome. Teresa Funaro, Sue Fusaro, Christina Hanson, Teresa Klug, Jody Lett, Bob Murphy, Roberta Rogers, Mike Timmerman, Mark Timmons, Julie Timmons, Vanessa Willis, Vicki 163 Junior activates highlight year They can let out their breath . . . they ' re Juniors! They have faced the agony of being a sophomore, yet they are not burdened with the decisions and responsibilities of the seniors. As a junior, a student has his first chance to really get involved in school activities. He knows what is expected of him and is able to prepare for the future with confidence. Many juniors feel that their biggest assets of this year are, " more privileges " and " a better party life. " However, Junior Don St. John summed it all up by saying, " You ' re more in the middle of everyone because you ' re close to the seniors and to the sophomores. " Sue Ellingson, Linda Beeler, and Terri Clark make something that hit the spot in their foods class. Ackelson, Bruce Ackelson, Kim Adams, Leslie Agon, Vicki Agons, Georgia Ahlberg, Dennis Alessio, Joseph Aller, Amy Alton, Keely Amend, Mike Anderson, Dale Anderson, Debbie Anderson, Julie Anderson, Kelly Anderson, Robert Andrus, Louise Antenucci, Karen Arendt, Ellen Armstrong, Bill Arrondale, Jeff Arrowood, Richard Askland, Marione Atchison. Sherri Atwell, Alan Austin, Mark Babb, Rhonda Backstrom, David Bacon, Kathy Ball, Ken Berth, Vickie Bartholomew, Don Beeler, Linda Belken. Mike Bell. Holly Bennett. Potti Benoit, Tom Benshoof, Lea Berry, Jerry Berry, Lorry Biggs, Jim Bishop, Cindy Bishop, Debra Bishop. Marsha Bittick, Croig Bixler, Jeff Bixler, Jerry Blackman, Becky Blair, Tony Blount. Doug Boals, Cmdy Bobzien. Bruce Bonanno, Nonette Booker, Jim Brackney. Mormon Briar, Mike Brickman. Teresa Bnggs, Tom Br.les. Steve Brown, Greg Brown, Laurie Buckingham. David Bunte. Carl Burden, David Burgon. Rondoll Burgett. Perron Burgett. Stan Bums. Margaret Bums. Tina Bush. Shori Byrd. R k Q 0 1 L j ... ©Q©0«OA 164 AO? Coligiuri, Connie Calkins, Dale Colkms, Janet Calkins, Jeff Cardamon, Liz Carle, Kelly Carlson, Darla Carr, Lori Carroll, Brian Cart, David Corter, Gene Carter, Janet Casebolt, Julie Caughron, Mitch Christian, Julie Cioccio, Cassie Clark, Anne Clark, Tern Clark, Todd Colosimo, Tony Colosimo, Rosie Comegys, Michelle Comiskey, Jane Conkling, Rich Cooper, John Cornwell, Mary Cosner, Bambi Cosner, Tammy Costonzo, Joe Crapser, Deann Crawford, Janet Crigler, Short Cnse, Dovid Cross, Debra Cross. Philip Cross, Steve Crumb, Toni Curtis, Pat Daggett, Bilhe Sue Dailey, Tim Daniels, Cheryl Daniels, Debbie Dorr, Sherry Davis, Mary Davis, Monty DeYoung, Debra Dearden, Diona Denny, Michael Deter, John Detrick, Doug Dickey, David Dmgman, Brian Dingman, Knsti Dmgman, Tami Doane, Kristin Doc ken, Karan Dodson, Bill Doernng, Linda Draper, Debbie Draper, Jim Drew, Cathy Drew, Julie Duckworth, Debra Duede, Craig Dunning, Pam Durbin, Bill Dusterhoft, Tom Dyer, Karen Ekstrum, Dan Eldndge, Janet Ellingson, Sue Elliot, Gary Ellis, Oran Ellwanger. Dan Enos, Pam Enslow. Cindy Erickson, Jom Erickson, Michelle Kay Gable and Debbie Seeber show school spirit before their soft- ball game. 165 Evons, Mark Foirchild, Peggy Fargo, Chuck Fatino, Gary Fees, Tern Felice. V.ckie Fenton. Terry Fields. Bill Fisher, Debra Fisher, Tomi Fitch, Penne Fitch, Steve Fitzgerald, Sean Flatt, Jack Fleming, Craig Fleming. Renec Fhckinger, Paul Forbes. Kathy Foust. Karla Frazier. Pot Frangos, Kris Fucaloro, Susan Fulton, Mark Funoro, Don Funaro. Tessie Fusaro, Toni Gable. Kay Gale, Ronny Galvan, Tina Gamble, Terri Gardner. Theresa Gates, Noncy Gathercole, Kelly Gauldin, Gory Goumer, Brian Gazzo, Joe Gedler, Joey Ghee, Tern Gillespie, Jo Gillispie. Cheryll Gillum, Marcia Goerndt, Kyle Gomez, Cathy Gonzalez, Steve Goodling, Margaret Gourley, Groeve, Groham Graham, Greene, Gntfm, Groves, Gruwell, Guthne, Guthrie, Kim Craig Carla Bill Chns Vicki Bnon Brod Jack Tom Guy, Gregory Haley, Randy Hamman, Sherri Hannam, Tim Hanson. Craig Hanson, Jim Harder, Randy Harrison, Dana Hartkemeyer, Karla Hawxby, Tim Heoth, John Heath, Larry Heck, Chris Hedstrond, Lena Heggen, Ted Heglin, Rondy Heiderscheidt, Donna Henderson, Jerry Hendricks, Jeff Heme, Robert Henkle. Cmdy Herbert. Tim Hesser, Kim Heuton, Curt Hibbert, Ruby Hildreth. Shen Hitchcock, Doug Hoch. Roberto Hoffmon, John Hohenshell. Kim Holder. Kelli Holmes. Suson Hope. Chuck Horner, Kevin Horton. Mory Hotchkiss. Chuck Houge, Tim Housby. Mike Houseman. Kenny Houseman, Luonn Kim Minshall and Brian True discuss an v assignment. A r •k A 0 0 166 Tammy Cosner takes a break between cheers. Houts, Cheryl Howell. Teresa Howlett, Steven Howlett, Sue Hudson, Mory Hudson, Scott Hurdle, Carol Hutchison, Tracy Huxford. Bill Irving, Jill Izzolena. Joni Jackson, Doug Jornogin, Bnon Jornagm, Lon Johonnesen, Dan Johas, Dove Johnson, Jeff Johnson, John Johnson, Mark Johnson, Paul Johnston, Debbie Jones. Cindy Judge, Jim Judish. Debra Judkms, Bill Kaiser, Kevin Kent, Dan Kernes, Tim Kilgore, Rhonda Kirschboum, David Kirschboum. Kathy Kissell. Kay Klier, James Khmowski, Rondelle Klme, Mary Khsares, Kevin Klucking, Tony Knight, Charlinn Kozo, Peter Kramer, Garry Kneg. Carol KroM, Kim Kutchen, Jerri Kuzela. Helen Lacona, Vanessa Lafon, Debbie Logunas, Patty Lammers, Loren Lane, Nancy Larson, Caroline Lawler, Rick Lege, Tern Leo, John Leong, Andrew Leto, Polly Lewellm, Don Lipper, Bob Livingston, Stan Lockwood, Nancy Lohr, Judy Lorenz, Steve Lovell, Linda Lucia, Tony Lundgren, Kelly Lyons, Randy Madison, Lucretia Magnani, Terry Mahoney, Teresa Maldonado, Mark Manning, Chuck Martin. Newell Martmdale, John Martinez, John Marturello, Mark Marturello, Mary 167 Motalone, Kathy McAmch, Brad McAninch. Kelly McCall. Susan McCleon, Michael McClure. Ed McCoy, Gary McCoy, Glenda McReynolds, Diana McWheata, Jeff McCleary, Debi McCormick, Teresa Meisters, Terry Mendenhall. Bill Mentzer, Jay Meredith, Sue Merkel, Mork Mernfield, Dan Meyrat, Rene Miller, Donna Miller, Tomi Mills, Margie Mills. Mike Minshall, Kimm Mitchell, Mary Mitchell, Pat Moden, Tim Mohr, Deanne Molka. Mary Monroe, Mark Montanaro, Fiore Montgomery, Rick Montgomery, Roger Moore, Cheryl Moore, Mike Mofsingcr, Mark Mullms, Sue Mundy, Rick Munyon, Dennis Murphy, Mark PC- - Some students find the extra-curricular activities exhausting Murphy, Tracy Murray, Mark Murrell, Vickie Mutchler. Randy Myers, Rhonda Nash. Janice Nation. Denise Navin, Randy Nelson, Clayton Nelson. K.m Newell, John Newman, Mike Nichols, Kim Nichols, Rick Nicholson, Kelly Nicholson, Tern Nicoletto. Pauline Niffenegger, Julie N.ttler. Terry Noah. Liz Norton. Tammy Nucaro, Mary O Donnell, John O ' Hara, Doreen Oliphant, Fred Oliver. Debra Olson, Jon Olson, Tom Osborne. Pom Owen. Mike Poge. Cveg Palmer Kathy Pane. Sam Ponton. Lome Pouley. Barbara Penny. Jerry Pennington. Kim Phillips Kathy Philips. Ted Piper. Jeff Pollock. M ck PoHon. Lorry Porter. jan-ne PoNhoff. Le gn Powers. Angela 0 ft OQ ProU. Oovkj Preunocr. T«n 16 AO so,® $ o If Cf © $ Dana Speridon and Bed a Soliday ask students to support swim team. Proudtoot, Jeff Pulliam, Jerry Purscell. Brian Ragon, Tommy Ragner, Eric Ramey, Mike Ramsey, Cindy Rand, Cathy Randleman, Tammy Reed, Chuck Reed, Christi Reetz, Deanno Reeves, Don Reider, Michelle Reischl, John Reismon, Ken Reichenbacker, Kim Rice, Bruce Rice, Rhonda Richardson, Kevin Riewer, Tommy Riley, Sandy Riney, Belinda Rios, Julian Ritchhart. Chen Rivero, Kim Rivera, Louis Roods, Charles Robbins, Dovid Robbins, Nick Robertson, Jeff Robinson, Condy Robinson, Terry Rodine, Kenny Rogers, Phillip Rohm, Beth Romeo, Rick Ross, Peggy Rote, Michelle Roth, Linda Roth, Steve Routh, Patty Rush, Jack Rushing, Tim Russel, Bob Russell, Roy Russo, Ed Russo, Jeff Sabol, Korrm Socco, Gara Saltzmon, Jana Salyers, Lana Sanders, Jim Sapp, Lmdo Sarasio, Kathy Sornecki, Debbie Sarnecki, Diane Sawyer, Tom Scahse, Leann Scanlon, John Scavo, Angie Scharton, April Schiely, Vickie Schissel, Lauro Schlicher, Jeff Schwartz, Kevin Scighono, Mark Scott, Ronni Sears, Gloria Seeber, Debbie Seger, Pam Shannon, Shawn Sheehan, Joe Sheets, Korlo Shelton, Tim Sheridan, Dan Sheumaker, Randy Shockley, Chuck Shoemaker, Cindy Sieck, Duane Smopoli, Hillory Sly, Tammy Smith, Becky Smith, Kent Smith, Roy Smith, Tommy Smith, Tawono Snook, Sandra 169 Juniors show support at assembly. Lunch time, a place to relax and socialize. Tessie Funaro, Chris Francos, and Rick Gordon concentrate on their weaving projects. 170 0 V " V ■A 1 -Ji KJ i ' f Tml.n, Jeff Tomlmson, Ron Townscnd, Jim Tnssel, Sherry True, Brian Trupllo, Fred Tucker, Jan Tursi. Patty Tyler, Jeff Umphfleet, Craig VanPatten, Rich VonVelzen, Polli Van Zuuk, Lloyd Vanderwerff, Jeff Vaught, Trocie Volz, Kim Vose, Doug Vulcano. Chris Wagner, Franz Wagner, Scott Walker, Joan Walker, Kay Walker, Steve Wallace, Steve Ware, Sam Warford, Bart Warren, Larry Watt, Don Webb, Lynn Weber, Bill Weberg, Lyndo West, Don Wheeldon, Jeff Wheeler, Craig White, Kyle White, Larry White, Lee White, Bob Whitfield, Paul Wilkinson, Harold Williams, Anno Williams, Judy W.ll.oms, Kim Wilmore, Kirby Wilson, Nancy Winfrey, Ricco Winship, Rusty Wion, Doryl Worley, Loretta Wright, Karol Fischer, Malindo Vakovich, Michelle Young, Doug Young, Sandy Zimmerman, Kevin Marching Band members show mixed emo- tions about the marching season. I Boker, Sheryl Baltzley, Mark Clark, Mike Clayton, Jerry Cole. Jim Fisher Davis, Joe DeAnglis Chuck Douglas, Rick Eidbo, Elling Fennell, Shern Ferguson, Julie Haskms, Karen Heaberhn, Kim Hibbs, Kelly Jones, Dove Jones, Jort Kline, Greg Knouer, Melisso Lange, Dave Masiello, Chris Muto. Sue Nelson, Jo Dee Newton, Connie Nicolma, Vince Northway, Trudy Rote, Bill Scagilione, Vic Squire, Mark State, Russ Stevens, Jim Thomas, Bruce Ward, Andy Whitehead, Loura Wright, Brian Zavalla, Regmo 171 1977 Class Officers President Diane Benoit Vice President Doug Long Secretary Diana Gasperi Treasurer Cindy Hoff 174 Ron Adams Kim Agan Lori Ahlberg Mari Albright Amy Amend David Amend Denise Anderson Jim Anderson Kathy Anderson Mike Anderson Susan Anderson Bret Andrews Kim Andrews Bill Anthony Ron Askland 9 Mark Ayala Debbie Baber Roland Baber Marge Backstrom Lauri Bahl Bob Baier Jeff Baird Jeri Balducki Sue Barfield Carrie Beardsley Mike Beauchamp Darlene Beck Carmen Beckett Deborah Belieu Leslie Benda 175 Diane Benoit Lori Bentele John Benton Michelle Berard Meribeth Billings Rick Bingham Mike Bird Renee Birdsall Jim Bixler Debbie Blades Leanne Blair Mary Blaisdell Rusty Bonjour Nancy Borcherding Kelly Bowers Randy Bowlby Darci Boyd Darla Bradford Debbie Breheny Anna Bridgford Fawn Brockett Kelly Brown Peter Brown Mike Bruckshaw Kristin Bullington •56 ft Jeri Burdick Jeannine Burks Karla Burnett Linda Burriola Brad Burson 176 Carla Burt John Burton Patrick Bussanmus Gary Byers Sue Byers Dan Campbell Gina Campopiano Theresa Cannon Sarah Cardamon Debi Carle Steve Caron Yvonne Carpina Tracy Carroll Rachel Carson Allen Cart Barb Carter Tina Casebolt Tammy Caudill Lynn Chadwick Kayla Channom Pam Chapman Deborah Chedester Sheila Cherry Dennis Clair Carrie Clark Bob Clock Mike Coffey Randy Cole Kathy Colegrove Katrina Colosimo 177 Rosemary Colosimo John Conkling Robert Conley Debbie Conlin Cris Conner Pam Conner Steve Conner Lorrie Conrath Randy Cook Mike Cox Rick Craig Dennis Crapser Amber Creveling Terri Cronin Billie Jo Cropp IP rr f •7 Phil Crum Karen Culp Cindy Curran Ed Curry Dave Curtis Patti Curtis Tom Daggett Doreen Daily Terri Dale Richard Davenport Steve Davidson Beverly Davis Dawn Davis Mary Davis Jody DeCarlo 178 Kent Dickerson Kevin Dingman Dennis Dissinger Linda Dobbins Tammy Douglas Laura Douglass Mark Dresselhuys Lorrie Dudley Charles Easton Gary Edwards Mark Edwards Sharlynn Edwards Tom Edwards Kent Egenberger Dave Eggers Karleen Eilbert Becki Elgin Mike Elifritz Dave Eillis Jerry Ellston Lorrie Ellsworth Russ Emery Eileen Erickson Jody Erickson Kym Erickson John Evans Allison Ezell Jeff Fagerland Kim Fairley Larry Fatino 179 180 181 Steve Heisler David Heuton Brian Hild Larry Hill Cindy Hoff Scott Holland Lisa Hollett Tim Hollingsworth Vicky Holman Mike Hoopes Tammy Houseman Craig Howard John Hubbs Lisa Huggins Judy Hunt Shari Hutchison Ray Hutt Carla Irving Theresa Irving Steve Isaacson Clark Jacobsen Dennis Jantz Bev Johnson Gary Johnson Pam Johnson Pam Johnson Rhonda Johnson Jeremy Johnston Carolyn Jones Julie Jones 182 Kirk Jones Wendy Jones Tami Jordan Kim Joss Joe Joyce Jeff Judge Dawn Judish Randy Karnes Mark Kellner Judy Kennedy Renee Kent Kim Kile Ray Kinley Kim Kirchner Debe Kissel Frank Klier Joyce Kline Dave Knight Harry Kramer Kim Kroll Debbie Lacy Patricia Ladurini Michelle Lammers Mark Lane Susan Lane Suzan Lang Bob Larson Mary Larson Rustin Larson Becky Laughlin 183 Bob Lee Randy Leete Kevin Lehman Brenda Lett Mike Lewellen Risa Lewellen Lloyd Lieser Kim Lipper Lisa Lively Philip Lockwood Jackie Lohr Judy Lohr Doug Long Diane Lujan Elizabeth MacBride f Tom Machia Cindra Machir Glenys Machlan Tracey Mack Jill Macy Mick Manning Michelle Marasco Kim Martin Janice Martin Theresa Martinez Kathy Marvin Craig Matzke Diane Maxwell Chris McBee Dave McCleary 186 Dave McConnell Sharon McCullough Marcia McDanel Michael McDonough Rodney McElwee Joni McKern Patty McVey Sharon Meek Matt Meginnes J. Peter Melcher Jim Meyer Rick Meyer Trina Meyer Steve Mick Michael Millard 1 d el J If i fi Lynne Mller Mary Miller Mike Miller Paula Miller Theresa Miller Cindy Minnick Alan Mohr Sue Morris Mark Morrison Debbie Motsinger Pam Mulcahy David Munsell Dee Munyon Katherine Murphy Karen Myers 187 188 Joni Penland Bruce Petersen Larry Phillips Chris Piper Lisa Pointer Bart Poison Cindy Pontious Steven Ponzeline Julie Poore Debbie Porter Kurt Potthoff Jola Potycki Richard Powell Michelle Price Linda Priest Sandy Prohaska Teri Prothero Cina Prusis Randy Prymek Jack Pulliam Sheila Puis Kevin Randleman E. Bradley Razor Jim Reed Harold Reeser Gwen Reeves Julie Reierson Julie Renda Chris Riccelli Brenda Rice Rhonda Rice David Rickert Laura Riggle Gale Riordan Craig Robb Johnnie Rob Dave Robinson Karen Rogers Mark Romano Larry Roth Susie Roth Mary Roush Jeff Roy LaVon Ruble Jeff Ruggles Scott Runyon Dave Rushing Cherl Russo Judy Russo Marlow Samuelson Frank Scaglione Becky Schmaltz Lori Schroder Mark Schroeder Jodie Schuler Bob Schulte Katherine Scott Diana Seeber Lesley Seibert Gina Seuferer 190 Randy Shannon Jerry Sheets Connie Shingledecker Dave Shipley George Shipman Rick Siron Chip Sloan Belinda Sly Neal Smith Steve Snook Cynthia Snyder Debbie Snyder Brigitte Soliday Richard Soroka Kim Spagnola Russ Spaur Dane Spencer Mike Stafford Diane Steele Kym Stephens Rich Stevens Mary Steward Kathy Stover Julie Stratton Jan Street Clyde Stroud Bob Stubbs Steve Stuck Ingrid Stundins Carolyn Sullivan 191 Kevin Swanson Dave Swigart Debbie Swigart Luke Tapscott Todd Tayler Steve Teter John Tew Mike Tew Kathy Thede Cindy Thomas Sandi Thomas Benjamin Thompson Merle Thompson Pam Thompson Carla Tibboel Sue Tillinghast Doug Tipping Belinda Toomey Jean Trafford Theresa Trimble Theresa Trujillo Debbie Truitt Larry Trullinger Joe Tursi Paula Tursi Sherri Twyman Bob Umdenstock Jeff Utterback Vicki Van Cleve Kirby Van Nausdle 192 Betty Vasey Barbra Vincent Virginia Vinson Alan Virden Rick Virden Julie Vivone Sherri Volz Julie Wachter Janice Walker Paul Walker Penne Wallace Kathy Walsh Mark Walsh Michelle Warnes Radona Watrous ft i June Way Tim Wears Ann Weberg Craig Weeks Eugene Wheeler Ron Wheeler Sue Whisler Tammie White Joyce Whitfield Jerry Wiand Dan Williams Bruce Wilson Dena Wilson Scott Wilson Cary Wimer 193 k 2 Mfcv 7 if,; i (First row) Rick Hazelton, Carla Burt, Cheri Finch and Denise Harrison. (Second row) Bob Stubbs, Brenda Rice, Theresa Irving, Sharlynn Edwards, Kelly Gale, Diane Benoit, Julie Poore, Michele Marasco, Pam Conner, Scott Rum on. Carrie Clark, Steve Hall, Kirby Van VanNausdle, Bruce Wilson, Howard Newell and Randy Leete. Visions of yesterday explode as seniors cling to the memories of a year gone by . . . The Class of ' 77 concluded the year with a variety of activities. They assembled at the Echo Valley Country Club on May 12 for the Senior Banquet. Then on May 14, dressed in formals and tuxedos, they arrived at the Riviera Ballroom for the Prom. The music was provided by The Velvetones. And those who were able to survive finals checked out on May 19, but went back again on May 20 for Class Day. At 3 p.m. on May 22, the Class of 77 celebrated the completion of their high school career with the Commencement Ceremony at Veterans Auditorium. . . . And the memories beuan. B rend a Elaine Crawford J958-I976 MY FRIEND As I sit here looking up into the silent night, I think of you my friend. Overhead, I know, hanging grace- fully over us, are thousands of white faces. Those gleaming eyes, glowing with lore, peace and tranquility, there with vast wings across the skies, are reaching out, out to the good, lead- ing us one by one into eternal bliss. The good shall go first as you my friend have proven. Miss you? Yes, my friend, but this is not good-bye my friend. I, like all your friends, shall join you in good time if God so wills it. Fear not for you shall never walk alone, no, never for the love in my heart, the hearts of all your friends, and most of all God ' s love, shall be with you always. And as you climb those golden stairs and look upon us, Remember my friend, as we do you Marge Backstrom I cry, but these are not tears of grief, I cry for I am happy in my heart that you have found the light. VISIONS LIN COLN DCS M PINE 5. IUW Co-editors in chief Dawn Judish Steve Snook Academics Steve Conner Ann Weberg Student Life Karen Culp Lori Zarley Sports Joe Joyce Kathy Murphy Copy editor Kathy Marvin Layout editor Yvonne Carpino Pam Conner Underclassmen Liz Hall Mary Larsen Seniors Theresa Irving Jean Trafford Advertising Carrie Clark Debi Carle Kathy Palis Index editor Dee Munyon Circulation Joan Paulsen Photographers Cris Conner Kent Egengerger Michel Gasperi Garry Hagar Sue Lang Randy Lette Tony Petosa George Shipman Bob Stubbs Staff Kim Agan Michelle Berard Darla Bradford Anna Bridgford Dawn Davis Kym Erickson John Evans Vicki Holman Kim Joss Michelle Marasco Diane Maxwell Pete Melcher Advisor Mrs. Diane Weir With special thanks to East High School Mr. Frank Judish McKenna-Camlin Photography Service Engraving Mr. Del Raine Snook Stover Photography Doug Tipping Theme Steve Snook Printed by Garner Publishing Co. Pam Mulcahy Randy Prymek Lora Oppenheim Becky Schmaltz Diane Seeber Lesley Seibert Todd Taylor Pauls Tursi Vicki Van Cleve Sheri Volz Janice Walker Kathy Walsh 197 . H TONINI FUNERAL HOME 2135 S. W. 9th OLINDA Phone 282-7311 (Service to all Faiths) MANDO TONINI Class of Jan. 1938 MARY TONINI Class of June 1942 Family Restaurants Fleur and AAcKinley There ' s more to like at Burger Chef. BURGER CMEF. AND BIG ShEF ARE TRADEMARKS OF BURGER CHEF SYSTEMS. INC 4— — «—— 4 198 • MARY ANN ' S " f=4 •PHONE I 282-3738 t I 2020 indianola Rd. v Des Moines. Iowa Sjj 50315 . n 38 Varieties Delicious Home-Made Pies, Bread, Donuts, Rolls, Cookies, Turnovers, and Crispies • by Art, Steve, and Debbie Alber • Lincolners - Check Out Our Chicken, Ribs, Steaks , Seafood, FINE ITALIAN CUISINE FAVORITE • Wines • Beers • Cocktails JACKIE PHIL WELCOME YOU 5 -11 P.M. Tues. -Thurs. 5-12 P.M. Fri. -Sat. 2301 SW 9th ' IN RAILSPLITTER LAND " WEEKEND SPECIAL Prime Rib or SPECIAL Italian Dish Z3® f ■ PRODUCE CO. Fresh Fruits Vegetables Institutional Suppliers and (potato PROCESSING CO. CHEF S DE-LITE CONGRATULATIONS SENIORS 100 E. 2nd Street 244-5281 DES MOINES, IOWA 50309 Charlie Colosimo, Owner I I I RESTAURANT AND LOUNGE ON FLEUR DRIVE ACROSS FROM HOLIDAY INN SOUTH Phone 244-6231 ITALIAN CUISINE 199 Sembower Pharmacy BEST WISHES TO THE SENIORS OF 1977 4020 Fleur Drive | REGISTERED PHARMACISTS ON DUTY AT ALL TIMES Willow Creek 285-8303 Iowa ' s Finest Public Golf Course Prescriptions Delivered 285-4558 BIOLOGICALS — SICKROOM SUPPLIES V-U virLt 1 t BABY UtrAK 1 V tlN 1 S.W. 63rd Army Post Rd. + + CONGRATULATIONS QlowesiA fiq, 3300-1 S.W. 9th Sr. Call 288-6789 Des Moines, Iowa ANTHONY COMITO. Proprietor . + 200 + 1 — — CONGRATULATIONS SENIORS Dr. Dale E. Briley 1415 Army Post Rood + Des Moines HYATT HOUSE Proudly Presents PLUS the excitement of live entertainment in our VICTORIA LOUNGE never a minimum or cover charge Across from the AIRPORT f H CONGRATULATIONS SENIORS Law ' s " 66 " Service Gordons Wholesale Fleur McKinley 2326 BELL AVE. 244-8941 Des Moines, Iowa CENTRAL IOWA ' S 285-9324 CANDY AND TOBACCO DIST. + 201 The insurance business holds many career opportunities. We may have one for you after graduation. FARMLAND INSURANCE SERVICES Fleur Bell Des Moines, Iowa 50315 4, ■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■ 1140 S.E. Army Post Road Des Moines, Iowa Open 24 Hours Best of Luck to the CLASS OF " 77 " BOB BROWN CHEVROLET " Iowa ' s Largest and Finest " 4224 Merle Hay Road 202 +•• +■- 1 i i i i i i j i i i +•• + i i i RANDLEMAN 4730 S. W. 9th STREET DES MOINES, IOWA 50315 PHONE 285-7370 IOWA . Seventh Walnut Beaver Douglas 245-3131 245-3365 8301 Douglas E. 25th Euclid 245-3386 245-3134 600 Army Post Rd 245-3450 -4 NATIONAL BANK Yes, you can get a lot of help for your money. Member FDIC An Affiliate of Northwest Bancorporation Going away to college? Go away to Drake. That ' s right, Drake University! Come to Drake and live on campus. Think about the advantages .... on your own but close enough to home for " emergencies " like borrowing the car or replenishing the bank account at a moment ' s notice. Think about the advantage you have over the out-of-towners who don ' t know the ins-and-outs of your hometown. Think about the educational advantages at Drake. A degree from Drake means a head-start on your career. There ' s a lot more happening between Forest and University than you realize. Stop by and let ' s talk about going away to Drake. If you ' re in a hurry, call us at 271-3181. Drake University admits students without regard to sex, race, color and national or ethnic origin 203 DANCEABLE MUSIC by RAY FAUBUS rf o o 715 Watrous Ray Faubus Four Des Moines, Iowa 50315 Velvetones Phone 283-0363 Blue Tones COMPLIMENTS ODEA Finance Company 1117 Locust Street DES MOINES, IOWA 243-3247 JUNIOR ACHIEVEMENT OF CENTRAL IOWA, INC. CONGRATULATIONS GRADUATING CLASS OF 1977 YOUR FUTURE IS NOW GOOD LUCK! GO RAILSPLITTERS -+ Dannie ' s Beauty Salon ' We Care Enough To Do Our Very Best " 1944 Indianola Rd. Phone 288-4209 Owner Deanna Felice 204 Anderson-Erickson Dairy Company " Quality You Can Taste " 2229 Hubbell Ave. Phone 265-2521 DES MOINES, IOWA CONGRATULATIONS CLASS OF 77 from WILHITE PLUMBING AND HEATING " Your Southtown Plumber " 1001 S. W. Hoc kley 285-7510 + James Moore Fifty four hundred South West Ninth at Kenyan - 205 Office Supplies for Home or Office Office Furniture, Art Supplies, Social Stationery Notes, Norcross (.reeling Cards BINGS STATIONERY CO. 3410 S.W. 9th Ph. 288-4889 Good Luck Seniors Class of 1977 Army Post Standard 849 Army Post Rd. 285-9555 Wakonda Standard 4108 Fleur Dr. 285-9575 " It ' s not QUANTITY that counts, it s QUALITY " For the Best Quality work in all of your printing needs .... PRINTING 2803 S.W. 9th DES MOINES, IOWA 243-2404 •+ T 206 I i i i I •i - Printed and Bound by Cjarner f ub( foltincj, C o. A COMPLETE PRINTING SERVICE • ART • LAYOUT • LETTERPRESS OFFSET PRINTING • COPY • PHOTOGRAPHY • BOOKBINDING 1636 LOCUST ST. DES MOINES, IOWA 50309 PHONE 282-8146 Specializing in precision cuts and blow drying Open Evenings by appointment CONNIE ' S COIFFURE 2619 SW 9th 282-7179 Congratulations Seniors f Hawkeye Tours Inc. LAND— SEA— AIR AIRLINE TICKET RESERVATIONS AT NO EXTRA CHARGE INDIVIDUALS • GROUPS • CHARTERS TOUR PACKAGES TO ANY PLACE IN THE WORLD CHARTER BUSES AMERICAN AIRLINES • Frontier • Delta • Braniff • Eastern Pan Am BOAC SAS KLM • Icelandic • Varig • Western • American • Air France • Irish • El Al • Japan • Northwest • Continental • Swissair • Lufthansa • Quantas • Alitalia • Sabena • Air India WE DELIVER TICKETS Airline Ticket Sales Information 276-6782 Iowa Toll Free 1-800-362-2109 TRAVEL BAGGAGE INSURANCE AVAILABLE 8450 HICKMAN RD. SUITE 20 207 Allied Wholesale Meats. Inc. 2418 Sunset Road COMPLETE SUPPLIES OF CHOICE MEATS SEAFOODS " Quality and Service a Must " CONGRATULATIONS, SENIOR CLASS OF " 77 " Hal Schmidt Furnace Company Heating Cooling Residential Commercial 219 E. Walnut St., Des Moines, Iowa Dial 288-5600 TOTAL COMFORT SYSTEMS + + I i i 4 208 Owner Jerry Lynch — + Compliments of n orman ay S rep 5 8th and Walnut + DON ' S KELDERMANS SUPER UALU CONGRATULATIONS CLASS OF ' 77 - i I CONGRATULATIONS JUNE 1977 GRADUATES From NOAH ' S CLEANERS DRY CLEANERS — TAILORING Free Pickup and Delivery DWIGHT NOAH, Prop. Dave Noah, Asst. Manager The Best Buy In Cleaning Is Quality S. W. 9th Leland 285-1261 DES MOINES, IOWA —4 Conway Buick-Opel Inc. 1401 Grand Avenue Des Moines, Iowa 244-2561 209 •t t " Des Moines Area Mee Food Stores Where There ' s A Smile in Every Aisle ' r FLOWERS FOR ALL YOUR OCCASIONS lAJilma A fo iowetA 6213 S.W. 9th DES MOINES, IOWA 50315 Phone 285-5212 David Van Sickle 544 - 36th STREET DES MOINES, IOWA PHONE 255 - 2159 " WE INTERPRETE THE ORDINARY IN AN EXTRAORDINARY MANNER . . Des Moines ' only master photographer offers you a choice of proofs with every sitting that includes black white and natural color. Natural color and silvertone wallets are our specialty. I i. TOCO JOHN ' S. 2727 S.W. 9th Near Lincoln High 282-2844 2501 Hubbell Near Plaza Bowl 262-5211 2549 Douglas Near K-Mart 255-5520 908 - 42nd Roosevelt Shopping Center 277-4161 — + 210 t f CONGRATULATIONS SENIORS and GOOD LUCK SUPER " CENTER 3315 S.E. 14th St. Des Moines, Iowa Prescription Phone 282-5295 Information Phone 282-2177 Southtown Furniture House GAIL (BUD) Mc AN INCH Auctioneer 285-5151 • New and Used Furniture • Buy and Sell Daily • Business Liquidators 6631 S.E. Bloomfield Rd. Des Moines, Iowa 1 Block South of Army Post Rd. 1 Block East of E. 14th •— 1 CONGRATULATIONS SENIORS i — 1 . Congratulations Class of ' 77 j ' ajAwHTfoaU ' ! Bowlerama Lanes 4201 CHAMBERLAIN -:- 3306 S. W. 9th ST. 1313 S.E. Die hi Ph. 255-5571 Ph. 282-8510 285-2811 Automatic Scoring Jr. Leagues distinctive StyieS Game Room AND Plenty of Family Entertainment (Courteous Service J 211 Krispy Krust Bread Co. Specializing In Hearth-Baked Bread VIENNA ITALIAN PUMPERNICKLE RYE At Your Store 2 S.E. Jackson Ave. DES MOINES, IOWA Phone 243-1620 Best Wish from Standard Bearing Company of Des Moines 2350 Hubbell Ave. 265-5261 CONGRATULATIONS FROM Dr. Katheryne Stout Optometrist 243-0642 3138 SOUTHWEST NINTH MP Massey Ferguson Des Moines is North American Headquarters for this leading world- wide manufacturer of farm machinery, industrial and construction machinery, lawn and garden equipment, snowmobiles, office furniture, and farmstead equipment. I i i ■ i + MASSEY-FERGUSON INC., 1901 BELL AVENUE, DES MOINES, IOWA 50315 CONGRATULATIONS SENIORS OF 1977 FROM SCORNOVACCAS PIZZA A 1701 SOUTH UNION one block south of Wimpy s Steak 244 5779 or 243 -9012 BEER • ONION RINGS FRIES SALADS 7?ou try if you ' ve tried the rest... tkL lsU! 213 ..+ A CONGRATULATIONS JUNE 1977 GRADUATES Erickson ' s Barber Shop 43021 2 S. W. 9th BARBER Ted Open 8:00 - 5:30 Tues. - Sat. 5:00 CONGRATULATIONS JUNE 1977 GRADUATES spouts centeH 1942 irjdiuriola wcV des moines ia. $031$ ($1$) 288-3401 I i j i (At Richards OK Hardware) 214 Charter Member Indian Arts and Crafts Assn. Indian Atsand Ethnics 207 FIFTH • WEST DES MOINES, IOWA 50265 TELEPHONE 515 255-5160 CONGRATULATIONS CLASS OF ' 77 Whitaker Pharmacy Co. " THE PRESCRIPTION STORE " 1103 ARMY POST ROAD TELEPHONE 285-2 12 1 DES MOINES, IOWA 50315 CONGRATULATIONS SENIORS AID IMAT1 OIMAL Learn a skill. Doing something different. You can help in the Air Guard. IOWA AIR NATIONAL GUARD, 4200 S.W. 34th STREET DES MOINES, IOWA 50321 Phone 285-7182 215 ! CONGRATULATIONS SENIORS Army Post Rental WE RENT MOST EVERYTHING 1211 Army Post Road 285-3941 SELLERS OK HARDWARE William P. McCoy, Owner 3205 S.W. 9th Street Phone 244-1913 DES MOINES, IOWA 50315 Dunkin Donuts Congratulations Diane, Virginia, Bob and Class of 77 4 « — • 216 + FORREST and ASSOC. I inc. MASONRY CONTRACTOR phone 283-0497 Congratulations Class of ' 77 ••+ f PARK AVENUE SHOE AND CLOTHING Joe Tursi and Paula Tursi invite all Lincolners to shop at the complete store for their wardrobes. 3304 S. W. 9th Street Phone 282-0649 lOUJER SHOP NORTH GRAND MALL - AMES SouthRidge Mall - MERLE HAY MALL Des Moines. Iowa The Tower Shop continues to provide both fashion and traditional looks in men ' s and young men ' s clothing at prices you can afford. Featuring new low prices on all jeans such as Levis, Brittania and Sedgefield. C ' 0 L ° RD JEFF c vt CT AI L$ THAME V-V x jot - £ 0 Mag g m DAY ' S SEDGEFIELD IOWER3HOP SOUTHRIDGE MALL 285-5577 217 MITCHELL Automatic Transmission SERVICE 15th Locust Dial 283-2446 " We service, repair and rebuild all makes and models " ESTIMATES CHEERFULLY GIVEN Bamie ' s Pizza House Dine With Us Or Carry It Out • Pizza (over 25 varieties) • Strom and Ham Cheese Sandwiches • Salads (with a special homemade dressing) Open 5 P.M. to 12 Midnight (Weekdays and Saturdays) Fridays 5 P.M. till 1 A.M. Closed Sundays Tuesdays Phone 285-9357 1920 Army Post Rd. Congratulations to the Class of 1977 Dial Financial Corporation tflilBMHWW.il Op 1 1 Ml ■ Hon WtUmyt 3QQ| 5 gj Mailer Charge ™..., w,,. q£§ MOINES, IOWA © 282-9617 flaup Srrliarot Levis HOME OF THE LEX I S SK YDIVER " + , Congratulations to the Class of 1977 CRIVARO SON Insurance Agency , John A. Cri varo 2460 S.W. 9th Phone Des Moines, Iowa 288-5589 219 SKATING CENTER INC ROUNDS ROUNDS OF FUN! FOR EVERYONE — ROLLER SKATE! FAMILY FUN! ffcOPEN TO THE PUBLIC Tues - Wed - Fri Sat Eve 7:30 PM Sat Sun Matinees 1 PM • CLASSES • SKATES • ACCESSORIES Reserved for Private Parties on Mon - Thurs Sun Eve I " Air Conditioned " 606 E. ARMY POST RD. 285-6756 I Across from Southridge Plaza CONGRATULATIONS GRADUATES 410 S.E. 18th STREET DES MOINES, IOWA 50301 AREA CODE 515—265-1618 i mend Packing Company — .+ CONGRATULATIONS Crescent Chevrolet Company New Cars 247-8000 Service Department 247-8020 Parts Department 247-8030 Used Cars 247-8040 ] C onaratufations $une 1977 CjraJuateS FROM GRUBB WASHER Sales Service Inc. HOME APPLIANCES — TELEVISION FURNITURE 3310 S.W. 9th Street Ph. 243-0526 ! 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PIONEER HI-BRED INTERNATIONAL, INC. - 1206 MULBERRY, DES MOINES, IOWA 50308 ©Registered trademarks of Pioneer Hi-Bred International, Inc., Des Moines, Iowa, U.S.A. 228 EAST DES MOINES NATIONAL BANK S.E. 14th Indianola Road E. 14th and Euclid Pleasant Hill Hubbell and E. University National Realty Inc. 2704 S.W. 9th Our Salesmen Can Be Reached Day or Night 287-2100 List With Us And Start Packing Complete Real Estate Service REALTOR Multiple Listing Service ▼ A " « m mi— mi m — mi— w 1 At American Republic, Our Business is Life and Health Insurance. Our Goal is a Better Society For All Americans. American Republic Insurance Company -Des Moines, Iowa 229 231 HINKY DINKY STORE Manager Bob Graham 4415 Douglas Mother won ' t let you raid her icebox? 4 i 7 JOHN i MARGE SWAN 4140Park Ave It ' s the real thing. Coke. 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Keepsake fcenter Ginsberg ' s jouj Iqts Volley West Moll SouthRidge Moll Des Moines mmm ■ » ■ ■ ■ m H H H I ..+ ■ « m » m CONEY ISLAND NO. 2 Serving the Public Since 1919 Famous for CONEYS, BEEFBURGERS, CHILI Phone 243-9608 or 287-1 991 Hours — Three Locations - — Hours 3700 SW 9th Open 7 days a week 10 a.m. - Midnight Downtown 6:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m SouthRidge Mall 10:00 a.m. - 9:00 p.m. Saturday and Sunday 11:00 -5:00 ■ m ■ mm 233 YOUNKERS SATISFACTION ALWAYS As part of Younkers firm belief in the young people of today, a program is offered each year for the Des Moines area schools . . . TEEN BOARD for junior and senior girls and ADVISORY BOARD for junior and senior boys. These young people selected to repre- sent their schools, are chosen for leadership qualities, high scholastic standings, personal recommendations from school administrators and evalua- tion from members of the retiring boards, plus their ability and interest in retail and fashion. They participate in special fashion shows during the year, give talks in their schools and to other groups on good grooming, publish a monthly newsletter and work in various junior departments each Saturday. Younkers salutes the representatives from LINCOLN HIGH SCHOOL for a job very well done. From left to right: Kris Doane, Doug Long. Not pictured: Debi Carle 234 Name Page Name Page Name Page Name Page Ablest, Douglas ... Ackelson, Bruce . Ackelson, Kim Adams, Dale Adams, Keith Adams, Leslie Agan, Chuck. . 62, 156 164 142, 164 166 176 ..80, 164 103 Agan, Kim 68, 89, 106, 176 Agan, Timothy 148, 156 Agan, Tom 119 Agan, Vicki 92, 164 Agans, Georgia 164 Agans, John 156 Agey, Joseph 156 Aguilar, Jose 166 Ahlberg, Dennis 164 Ahlberg, Lori 175 Albright, Mari Alcala, Joseph . Aldini, Robert Alessio, Joseph . Allen, Cathy Allen, John Allen, Karen .. Allen, Kevin Allen, Rebecca Allen, Robert... Aller, Amy Aller, Mary.. 57, 175 156 166 164 .62, 163 119 .105, 166 156 156 163 .18, 106, 164 156 156 156 Aller, Susan Altheim, Murray- Alton, Keely 98. 99, 164, Alvarez, Albert 68 Amend, Amy 98, 99, 175 Amend, David 146, 175 Amend, Mike 145, 164 Amundson, Sally 62, 156 Anderson, Dale 92, 164 Anderson, Debbie 164 Anderson, Denise 175 Anderson, Jana . ... Anderson, Jim Anderson, Julie. _ Anderson, Kari ... Anderson, Kathy,. Anderson, Kelly Anderson, Mick . 36, 163 175 164 156 176 . 120, 164 127 Anderson, Mike 106, 144 Anderson. Mike 114, 115, 175 Anderson, Scott 139, 140 Anderson, Susan 175 Anderson, Robert 164 Andreas, Julie 156 Andreas, Ricky 156 Andreini, Rhonda 156 Andrews, Bret 176 Andrews, Kim 175 Andrus, Louise . Antenucci, Karen . Anthony, James .62, 164 .164 163 Anthony, William 53, 54, 55, 175 Archer, Mary Ruth 156 Arendt, Ellen 164 Armstrong, Bill 164 A rr an dale, Jeff 164 A rr an dale, Michael 166 Arrandale, Mike . Arrowood, Richard . Ashelford. Shane ... - Ashley, Rocksanna 163 .164 163 .156 164 .175 164 .164 Augspurger, Carol— 53, 92, 156 Austin, Mark 17, 115, 117, 164 Ayala, Christopher 156 Ayala, Dean 186, 166 Ayala, Mark 38, 39, 79, 136, 137. 175 Askland, Marjorie.. Askland, Ron Atchison. Sherri . Atwell, Alan B Babb, Rhonda Baber, Debbie Baber, Roland _ Backstrom, Cheryl - 164 176 175 62, 156 Backstrom, David 53, 54, 55, 164 Backstrom, Marjie 176 Bacon, Kathy _ 164 Bahl, Laura. 175 Baier, Bob ...175 Baier, Edward 156 Bailey, Mark 136 Baird, Jeff 64, 65, 175 Baker, Brian 58, 62, 156 Baker, Joseph 148, 156 Baker, Sheryl 67, 61, 171 Balducki, Jeri 61, 82, 175 Ball, Ken 136. 164 Ballard. Jack 156 Ballard. Kathy 156 Ballard, Sandra 146, 156 Baltzley, Mark 57. 60. 61, 171 Barber, Bambi 107, 149, 166 Bares, Richard 156 Barfield, Sue 175 Barth, Gregory 156 Barth, Richard 163 Barth, Vickie 164 Bartholomew, Dan 164 140 156 156 .127. 148 156 163 .166 156 Bartholomew, Dave Barton, John Bass, Tony Bates, Richard ...„ Bates, Robert Baumann, Fred Baumhover, Matt Beakler, Sharon Beardsley, Carrie Beaty, Kelly 96, 175 156 Beauchamp, Mike 61, 64, 65, 70, 71, 85, 175 Beck, Darlene 96, 175 Beck, Karen 92, 156 Beck. Sheryl 106 Beckett, Carmen 175 Beeler, Linda 164, 165 Belieu, Barbara 156 Belieu, Debbie 175 Belinsky, Brenda 107, 146, 156 Belken, Mike 164 Bell, Holly 61, 164 Bell, Jim 103 Bell, I. ♦ anna 156 Bellis, J anise 166 Benda, Jim 62, 92, 156 Benda, Leslie 45, 69. 82. 83, 99, 175 156 164 Benefiel, Deborah Bennett, Patti Benoit, Diane 37, 64, 149, 176 Benoit, Tom 148, 164 Benshoof, Lea 164 Bentele, Lori .82, 176 Benton, John 57, 61, 72, 176 Benton, Mark 156 Berard, Michelle 42, 43, 68, 77, 176 Berry, Jerry 82. 145, 164 Berry, Larry 104, 117, 164 Berry. Mark ... 118, 138, 156 Berry, Robin 166 Best, Marsha 156 Bettis, Sheryl 62, 156 Biggs. Jim 78. 142, 164 Billings, Meribeth 57, 61, 64, 65, 176. 185 Billups, William 166 Bingham, Randy 156 Bingham, Rick 176 Biondi, Ron 118 Bird, Mike 139, 140, 141, 176 Bird, Pat 189, 140 Birdsall, Renee .... 57, 59, 60, 92, 176 Birdsell, Brenda 62, 156 Bishop, Cindy 164 Bishop, Cindy _ 156 Bishop, Debra 164 Bishop, Debra Sue 166 Bishop, Marsha Bittick. Craig Bixler, David 80, 164 58, 93, 164 .144, 156 Bixler. Jeff 18, 117, 142, 164 Bixler, Jerry 117, 164 Bixler. Jim 61. 142. 176 Bixler, Michael 156 Black man, Becky — 164 Blackman, Dixie Blades. Debbie Blades, Robert Blair, Leanne Blair, Robyn Blair, Tony Blaisdell, Mary . 64, 65, 108, 109, 176 Blasnick, Mark 186 Blount, Doug _.90. 148, 164 Boa Is, Cindy— 164 Bobzien, Bruce 164 Boekey, Becky 168 Bolton. Graig Bonanno, Nanette Bonjour, Rusty Bonorden, Bruce Boo dewyn, Shari Booker, Jim Boothe, Jerry Borcherding, Nancy Boston, Sean Botler, Steve _ 156 164 176 118, 156 _ 163 164 166 ... 176 156 166 Bowers, Kelly 176 Bowlby, Randy 81, 176 Boyd, Brent Ill, 144, 156 Boyd, Darci 112, 113, 130, 131, 132. 146. 147 Brackney, Norman 164 Bradford, Brenda 157 Bradford. Darla 38, 49, 69, 176 Bradshaw, Todd 118, 157 Brandt, Robert 118, 188, 167 Brauer, Gina _ .157 Breheny, Debbie 61, 176 Brenton, Lockie ... 98, 99, 157 Breuklander, James 167 Briar. Mike 55, 164 Brickman, Teresa 164 Bridgewater, David 144, 157 Bridgford, Anna 50, 52, 98, 99, 176, 186 Briggs, Tom 90, 164 Briles, Steve 164 Briley, Jean 57, 60, 61 Bristow, Ronald 118, 136, 157 Brockett, Fawn _ 61, 146, 176 Brown, Gary 127, 148, 157 Brown, Greg 164 Brown, Julie 157 Brown, Kelly 97, 176 Brown, Laurie 164 Brown, Mark 157 Brown, Nick Ill Brown, Peter 57, 59, 60. 74, 176 Brown, Richard 167 Brown, Roxanne 157 Bruckshaw, Mike . 102, 103, 176, 184 Buckingham, David 150, 164 Buell, Mike 140 Bullard, Mary 48, 167 Bullington, Kristin 176 Bunte, Carl 164 Burden, David 164 Burden, Victoria 157 Burdick, Jacquelyn 157 Burdick, Jerri 96, 105, 176 Burgan, Randall 164 Burgduff, Carolyn 167 Burgett, Ferrall 80, 164 Burgett, Stan 61, 164 Burgraff, John 157 Burks, Jeannine 176 Burks, Naomi 62, 167 Burnett, Karla 53, 54, 57, 59, 176 Burns, Margaret 164 Burns, Tina 164 Burriola, Conception 167 Burriola, Linda 176 Burson, Brad 53, 176 Burson, Christopher ... 53, 55, 68, 62, 85, 118, 157 Burt, Car la 161, 177, 184 Burt, Christine 68, 167 Burton, James 140, 157 Burton. Jeff 189. 167 Burton, John 177 Bush, Shari 164 Bussanmas, Pat 140, 177 Buzzy, Lawrence 91, 140, 144, 167 Byers, Gary 82, 84, 177 Byers, Sue 64, 177 Byrd, Rick 82, 164 C Cady, Cory 108. 189, 168 Caligiuri, Connie 166 Caligiuri. Michele 62. 149. 167 Calkins. Date 166 Calkins. Janet Calkins, Jeff Callahan, Rich 166 59, 165 103 167 177 177 Caluzzi, Robert Campbell, Dan Campopiano, Gina Cannon, Terri 59, 61, 177 Cardamon, Joseph 167 Cardamon, Liz 80, 81, 166 Cardamone, Catherine 62, 167 Cardamone, Sarah 78, 97, 177 Carle, Debbie 38, 42, 43, 177 Carle, Kelly 46, 166 Carlson, Darla 165 Carlson, Richard .167 Caron, Steve 140, 152, 177 Carpino, Julie 46, 157 Carpino, Yvonne 68, 82, 83, 177 Carr, Lori 166 Carr, Sheri 120, 167 Carroll, Brian 58, 61, 72, 73, 165 Carroll, Rita 167 Carroll, Tracy 57, 60, 61, 177, 184 Carson, Rachel 177 Carson, Ruth 157 Cart, Alan 177 Cart, Dave 80, 166 Carter, Barbara 177 Carter, Gene 166 Carter, Janet 82, 165 Casebolt, Julie 166 Casebolt, Tina 177 Casey, Maureen 53, 54, 157 Casper, Deann K,r, Caste llano, Louie 68 Caudill, George 72, 118, 157 Caudill, Tammy 82, 98, 99, 177 Caughron, Mitch 165 Cey, Steve 86 Chadwick, Lynne 177 Champ, Theresa 46, 98, 99, 108, 109, 163, 167 Chandler, Judy 107, 133, 167 Chandler, Linda l. r 7 Channon, Kayla 177 Chapman, Pam 177 Chedester, Debbie 177 Cherry, Lisa 53, 64. 62, 157, 177 Cherry, Sheila 64, 56, 57, 61, 177 Chiodo, Mary 167 Chiovaro, Anthony 167 Christian, Julie... 92, 165 Christianson, Michael l r 7 Cioccio, Cassie 50, 98, 99, 108, 166 Cirksena, Deidre 167 Clair, Dennis 185, 177 Claman. David 118. 167 Clark, Anne 61, 120, 165 Clark, Carrie 68. 177 Clark, Mike 56, 67. 60, 61, 91, 150, 171 Clark, Nancy 167 Clark. Terri 164, 166 Clark. Sandra 16 Clark. Scott 119 Clark, Todd 166 Clason. Dave 186 15. 171 157 167 119 Clayton, Jerry Cleghorn, Vicky Cline, Rebbecca Clingman, Jerry—. Clock, Bob 79, r 85, 123, 124, 177 Close. Kristy 62. 167 Coan, Geo r gene 167 Coan, John 167 Coffey, Mike 177 Cote, Jim 67. 61, 171 Cole, Randy 61, 177 Co le, Terrie 108. 161, 167 Cotegrove, Kathy 177 Collins, Janet 167 Colosimo, Anthony 118, 186, 137, 167 Colosimo, Katrina . 64, 65, 177 Colosimo, Michael 167 Colosimo, Rosemary 178 Colosimo, Tony 166 Colosimo, Rosie . Comegys, Danny _ 166 157 Comegys, Michelle 81, 165 Comiskey, Jane 80, 166 ( onkling, John 79. 110, 178 Conkling, Rich 68, 64, 166 Con ley. Bob 178 Conlin, Debbie 178 Conner, Catherine 167 Conner. Chris 53. 54. 69, 178 Conner, Pam 68, 78, 178 Conner, Shelley 167 Conner. Steve 61, 68, 178 Conrath, Debra Ann 107. 130, 157 Conrath, Lorrie 82, 88, 178 235 Name Page Name Page Name Page Name Page Conway, George- IB? Cook, Patricia .. .. 157 Randy 178 Rob .118 Ronald 157 r, John 165 Deal, Karla Dean, Scott Dean, Steve . Cooper, Thomas . Copie, Kim Coppola, Robin Cornwell, Mary Cosgrove, Shelley. Cosner, Bambi .157 .62, 157 .62, 157 .80, 165 139 .165 Cosner, Tammy 44, 59, 165, 167 Costanzo, Joe 142, 165 Cottrell, Clayton 157 Coughennower, Bruce 135, 157 Countryman, Michael 167 Covault, Scott 157 Cox, Mike 115, 142, 178 Cozad, Donna 157 Craig:, Douglas 62, 76, 77, 157 Craig, Richard 61, 178 Crapser, Dennis 178 Crawford, Curtis 157 Crawford, Janet 166 Crees, Diane 62, 157 Cree8, Valerie 167 Creveling, Amber 178 Crigler, Shari 166 Crise, David 53, 136, 137, 165 Crist, Martha 62, 157 Cronin, Dean 62, 157 Cronin, Terri 61, 178 Cropp, Billie Jo 178 Cross, Debra 68, 59, 165 Cross, Kathleen 62, 157 Cross, Pam 105 Cross, Philip 165 Cross, Steve 165 Cross, Tracy A 157 157 .53 178 165 Cross, Tracy L... Crouch, Tracy Crum, Philip. . Crumb, Toni. Culp, Karen 57, 60, 61, 68, 178 Curl, Richard 157 Curran, Cindy 92, 178 Curry, Ed 178 Curry, Kelly 157 Curtis, David 178 Curtis, Denise 157 Curtis, Kevin 157 Curtis, Pat 148, 165 Curtis, Patty 81, 178 i Daggett, Billie Sue 80, 165 Dagget, James 157 Daggett, Tom _.. 178 Dailey, Doreen 59, 60, 178 Dailey, Tim 90, 165 Dale, Michael 157 Dale, Terri Dalton, Lorie Daniels, Brian Daniels, Cheryl Daniels, Debbie Daniels, Michele .... Daniels, Steven Darr, Sherry Darrah, Jonathon .. Davenport, Dean Davenport, Rich Davenport, Robert ... Davidson, Mark Davidson, Steve Davis, Anthony Davis, Bev Davis, Dawn Davis, Joe Davis, Mary Davis, Mary .105, 178 157 157 165 .92, 165 _ 157 157 165 157 167 .115, 178 157 -.157 .148, 178 157 178 Davis, Monty Davis, Sherri Davison, David 68, 69, 178 171 .80, 96, 178 50, 165 .165 157 158 194 171 168 DeAnglis, Chuck Dearden, Denise Dearden, Diana 165 Dearth, Tim 158 DeCarlo, Jody 96, 105, 178 Delmege, Steven 144, 158 Delury, Michelle 62, 158 Demoss, Barry 144, 158 Dennis, David 118, 144, 158 Dennis, Kathryn 98, 99, 168 Denny, Michael 165 Dereus, David 158 Deter, John 139, 140, 165 Detrick, Doug .117, 142, 165 Dey, Carolyn 63, 108, 158 De Young, Debra 165 Dial, Carol 158 Dickerson, Kent 53, 179 Dickerson, Tom 134, 135 Dickey, David 165 Dickey, Gene 118, 158 Dills, Jeff 163 Dingman, Brian 165 Dingman, Kevin 179 Dingman, Kristi . 165 Dingman, Tami 80, 81, 82, 165 Dissinger, Dennis 179 Doane, Kristin 84, 165 Dobbins, Linda 53, 54, 56, 179 Docken, Karan . 44, 45, 69, 165 Dodson, Bill 165 Doerring, Linda 165 Donahoo, James 158 Doud, Cheryl 158 Douglas, Rick 57, 61, 69, 91, 171 Douglas, Tammy 179 Douglas, Teri 158 Douglass, Laura 54, 57, 61, 179 Draper, Danny 144, 158 Draper, Debbie 63, 165 Draper, Jim 165 Drew, Cathy 61, 82, 165 Drew, Dave 61 Drew, Julie 98, 99, 165 Duckworth, Craig 158 Duckworth, Debra 165 Dudley, Jennifer 36, 158 Dudley, Lorrie 179 Duede, Craig 166 Duffy, Paul 119 Duhl, David 158 Dunning, Pam 165 Durbin, Bill 91, 105, 117, 166 Dusselhuys, Mark 179 Dusterhoft, Tom ...85, 103, 123, 165 Dyer, Karen 165 Dyer, Rhonda 158 I Eaton, Charles .. Eddins, Steven Edwards, Aaron Edwards, David Edwards, Emily 36, 98, 99, 108, 153, 158 Edwards, Gary 179 .. 179 ...158 . 119 158 158 63, 158 63, 157 53, 157 Edwards, George Edwards, Karen Edwards. Mark 15. 115, 179 Edwards, Sharlynn 179 Edwards. Tom 179 Egenberger, Kent 53, 69, 179 Egenberger, Virginia ... 62, 120, 158 Eggers, Dave 179 Eginoire, Johnny 163 Eidbo, Elling 57, 61, 171 Eilbert, Gary 158 Eilbert, Karleen 179 Ekstrum, Dan 165 Elder, Flynn 168 Eldridge, Janet _ 165 Elgin. Becky 179 164, 165 165 Ellis, Dave Ellis. Jeffrey Ellis, Leigh Ellis, Oran _ 69 158 158 166 Ellston, Jerry 103, 179 Ellsworth, Lorrie 179 Ellwanger, Dan 165 Ellwanger, Scott 168 Emery, Russell 179 Endres, Kerry 53, 54, 158 Enos, Pam 165 Enslow, Cindy 165 Epps, Lonnie 62, 158 Erickson, Anthony 158 Erickson, Eileen 179 Erickson, Jody 142, 179 Erickson, Joni 165 Erickson, Kym 45, 68, 89, 98, 99, 179 Erickson, Michelle 165 Erickson, Perry 158 Erquist, Becky 158 Espey, Susan 158 Etheridge, Shaun 62, 158 Etzen, Robert 158 Evans, John 68, 179 Evans, Mark 158 Evans, Mark 166 Evans, Terri 158 Everett, Mary 158 Ewald, Brenda 158 Ewing, Diane 92 Ezell, Allison 179 f Ellingson, Sue Elliot, Gary Fagerland, Jeff 90, 91, 148, 179 Fairchild, Peggy. 91, 166 Fairley, Janet 62, 158 Fairley, Kim 50, 179 Fargo, Chuck 115. 117. 142, 166 Fatino, Anthony 168 Fatino, Gary 166 Fatino, Larry 179 Fauler, Debra 132, 158 Fazio, Frank 158 Fazio, Jeffrey ...163 Fees, Terri 47, 166 Felice, Deborah 158 Felice, Vickie 98, 99, 166 Fennell, Sherri 57, 61, 171 Fenton, Terry 150, 166 Ferguson, Donna 96, 179 Ferguson, Julie ... 113, 146, 147, 171 Ferrari, Danny 180 Ferrari, Tonya 50, 180 Fields, Bill 166 Filippelli, Dominic 180 Filippelli, Joseph 118, 158 Finch, Cheri 82, 84, 98, 180 Finley, Darrell 85, 122, 123, 124, 180 Fischer, Leon 115, 180 Fischer, Malinda 171 Fisher, Debra 166 Fisher, Karla 36, 46, 108, 158 Fisher, Lorie 53, 158 Fisher, Marvin . 37, 79, 123, 148, 180 Fisher, Steve 53, 54, 55, 180 Fisher, Tami 78, 166 Fitch, Penne 92, 166 Fitch, Steve 117, 166 Fitzgerald, Sean 166 Flannery. Teresa 158 Flatt, Jack _ 150, 166 Flatt, Kevin 118, 158 Fleming, Craig 166 Fleming, Kevin 61, 72, 180 Fleming, Renee _ 78, 166 Flickinger, Paul 142, 166 Fogue, Patrick 104, 118, 158 Fokken, Eddie 180 Fokken, Marianne 158 Forbes, Kathy 92, 166 Foreman, Bob 180 Foreman, Goldine 180 Foreman, Tammy 62, 158 Fosnaugh, Cathy 180 Foster, Nancy 180, 185 Foust, Doug 180 Foust, Karla 166 Foust, Kevin. 136, 137, 180 Foust, Mar jean 53, 158 Foutz, Donald 168 Fraizer, Pat 58, 59, 72, 136, 166 Francois, Ruth Ann 81 Frangos, Kris 130, 146, 147, 166, 170 Frankels, Chris 113 Fraser, Carol 53, 54 Freel, Jeffrey 158 Fridl, John 158 Frome, Teresa 163 Frye, Dennis 103, 180 Frye, Mark 144, 158 Fucaloro, Susan 61, 93, 166 Fulton, Mark 166 Funaro, Chuck 38, 92, 103, 142, 180 Funaro, Don 166 Funaro, Sue 163 Funaro, Tessie 47, 166. 170 Funderburk, Jana 158 Fusaro, Christina 163 Fusaro, Toni 166 Gable, Kay 45, 105, 165, 166 Gable, Susan 158 Gable, Tom 180 Galbinski, Renata 90, 151, 180 Gale, Kelly 81, 180 Gale, Ronny 166 Galvan, Tina 78, 166 Gamble, Terri 166 Garber, Terrence 158 Garcia, Juanita 180 Gardner, Theresa 166 Garner, Leesa 168 Gasperi, Michel 68, 69, 120, 121, 180 Gates, Craig 81, 180 Gates, Kathleen 158 Gates, Nancy 166 Gates, Richard 168 Gathercole, Kelly 166 Gathercole, Randall 158 Gathercole, Salinda 23, 180 Gatliff, Mark 180 Gatto, Danny _ 180 Gatzke, Michael 158 Gauldin, Gary 166 Gauldin, Steve 180 Gaulke, Frank 180 Gaulke, Sharon _ 146, 158 Gaumer, Brian 97, 138, 166 Gazzo, Joe Ill, 142, 166 Gedler, Joey ...61, 166 Gedler, Michael 58. 62, 70, 158 Geil, Gary 127, 158 George, Barbie 82, 83, 98, 99, 120, 121, 181 Geppert, Kent 62, 158 Geronzin, Julie 107, 130, 146, 147, 181 Geronzin, Mary 40, 107, 133, 146, 147, 158 Ghee, Angela 62, 158 Ghee, Terri 166 Gibson, Collette 63, 158 Gieseke, Hugh 181 Gillespie, Jo 166 Gilliam, Jodi 181 Gilliam, Rodney 158 Gillispie, Cheryll 166 Gillson, Mildred 92, 181 Gillum, Marcia 63, 92, 166 Gillum, Robin 158 Goble, Julie 158 Goble, Julie 146 Goble, Kathleen 158 Goerndt, Kyle 166 Gomez, Cathy 166 Gonzalez, Steve 142, 166 Goodling, Margaret 61, 92, 166 Gordon, Diana 158 236 Name Page Name Page Gordon, Ricky 158, 170 Gourley, Kim 166 Graeve, Craig 166 Graeve, Mark 136, 138, 158 Graham, Carla 166 Graham, Bill 166 Graves, Greg 119 Gray, Donna 158 Gray, Pam 181 Green, Dave 103 Green, Kirk 92, 158 Green, Sally 158 Greene, Chris 166 Greubel, Janice 158 Griffin, Jamie _ 158 Griffin, Vicki 80, 166 Griffith, Craig 181 Griffiths, Kimberly 108, 139, 158 Groene, Joseph 158 Groves, Brian 140, 148, 149, 166 Grubb, Larry 158 Gruis, Mary 57, 69, 181 Gruis, Timothy 53, 158 Gruwell, Brad 166 Guess, Julie 50, 63, 181 Guill, William 158 Gullium, Robin 118 Guthrie, Jack 166 Guthrie, Mary 61, 181 Guthrie, Tom 104, 166 Guy, Gregory 61, 166 Hacker, Duane 181 Hager, Gary 64, 69, 82, 181 Haley, Randy 166 Hall, Liz 50, 51, 68, 181 Hall, Maria 107, 120, 158 Hall. Steve 53, 54, 55, 181 Halter, Dave 181 Halverson, Kim 168 Hamby, Candi 63, 92, 158 Hamilton, Brad 80, 181 Hamman, Sherri 166 Hammer, Karen 57, 59, 181 Hammer, Ken ... 58, 62, 76, 158, 160 Hand, Debra 108, 158 Hankins, Todd 118, 119 Hannam, Tim 166 Hansen, Lesa 181 Hanson, Craig 53, 55, 166 Hanson, Jim 61, 70, 166 Hanson, Keith . 53, 54, 55, 140, 158 Hanson, Leroy „ 158 Hanson, Mark 62, 159 Hanson, Sheril 159 Hanson, Teresa 163 Harder, Randy 166 Hardman, Carol 81, 181 Harker, Wes 62, 159 Harkness, Jennifer 63, 181 Harkness, Joseph 159 Harper, Bob 119 Harper, Mike 53, 54, 55, 159 Harrison, Curtis 159 Harrison, Dana 166 Harrison, Denise 61, 72, 181 Harrison, Joseph 138, 169 Harrison, Kelly 140, 169 Harrison, Kurt „ 139 Hart, Craig „ 119 Hart, Curt 116, 181 Hart, Tim „ 80 Hartkemeyer, Karl _ 181 Hartkemeyer, Karla 166 Harvey, Andrew 181 Harvey, Doug 64, 110, 111, 142, 143, 181 Harvey, Kathy 181 Harvey, Tammy 181 Harvey, Timothy 32, 118, 144, 169 Haskins, Karen ... 57, 59, 60, 171 Hastie, Lucia 53, 54, 62, 159 Haugh, Thomas 169 Hawxby, Tim 166 Hazelton, Rick 150, 181 Heaberlin, Kim 57, 59, 171 Heath, John 123, 166 Heath, Larry 166 Hebert, Bettina 159 Heck, Chris 72, 166 Heck, Richard 159 Hedstrand, Lana 166 Heggen, Diane 27, 38, 39, 50, 52 98 99 181 Heggen, Mary .... 46, 63, 62, 139, ' 159 Heggen, Ted 28, 53, 54, 55, 140, 141, 166 Heglin, Randy 166 Hegwood, Jeffrey ...159 Heiderscheidt, Donna 58, 59, 130, 166 Heidi, Tim 119 Heiselman, Norma 159 Heisler, Steve 115, 116, 136, 182 Heldenbrand, Cheryl 159 Helfenstein, Sam 103 Heller, Blaine 159 Henderson, Jerry — 166 Hendricks, Jeff 117, 136, 166 Hendrix, Debra 20, 159 Henre, Robert 61, 150, 166 Henkle, Cindy 166 Herbert, Tim 91, 150, 166 Heritage, Tracey 159 Hesser, Kim 166 Hetherington, Doug 117, 118, 142, 144, 159 Heuton, Curt 166 Heuton, Dave 182 Hiatt, Ronnie 159 Hibbert, Ruby 166 Hibbs, Kelly 171 Hickle, Kevin 159 Hickman, Jim 80 Hickman, Jamie .. Hild, Brian Hildreth, Sheri Hill, Larry.. 80, 150, 152 61, 182 .166 182 Hill, Tracy 159 Hill, Vickie 63, 159 Hitchcock, Doug 166 Hitchcock, Sandra .133, 146, 159 Hoch, Roberta . .„ 92, 166 Hoff, Cindy 38, 57, 59, 182 Hoffman, John 71, 166 Hohenshell, Kim 106, 112, 113, 130, 166 Holder, Kelli 166 Holland, Scott 182 Holland, Timothy 148, 159 Hollett, Lisa . 61, 70, 71, 76, 77, 142 Hollingsworth, Kelly 62, 159 Hollingsworth, Tim 182 Hollinrake, William ... 110, 111, 127, 142, 144, 159 Holman, Vicky. . 50, 68, 79, 182, 185 Holmes, Susan 166 Hood, Randy 159 Hoopes, Mike 182 Hoopes, Shelly 107, 133, 146, 159 Hope, Chuck 166 Horak, John 194 Horner, Kevin 90, 166 Horton, Billie 108, 149, 159 Horton, Mary 60, 166 Hotchkiss, Anthony. 58, 127, 159 Hotchkiss, Chuck 61, 62, 142, 166 Houge, Tim 117, 142, 166 Housby, Mike 80, 166 Houseman, Kenny 117, 142, 166 Houseman, Luann 113, 166 Houseman, Tammy 43, 182 Houts, Cheryl 167 Howard, Craig 61, 64, 182 Howard, Debra 159 Howell, Teresa 167 Howlett, Steven 167 Howlett, Sue 167 Hubbs, Johnnie 182 Hudson, Mary 58, 59, 82, 167 Hudson, Scott 167 Huggins, Douglas 150, 159 Huggins, Lisa 61, 182 Hunt, Judy 61, 96, 182 Hurdle, Carol 167 Hutchens, Denise 159 Hutchison, Shari ... 54, 130, 131, 182 Hutchison, Tracy 63, 130, 167 Hutt, Jackie 159 Hutt, Ray 29, 182 Huxford, Bill 167 Name Inhofe, Lisa I Page Name 159 .159 159 182 Inman, Ronald Inman, Ron da Irving, Carla Irving, Jill 47, 167 Irving, Theresa 68, 182 Isaacson, Steve _ ... 24, 53, 54, 62, 182, 184 Isaacson, Stuart 159 Izzolena, John 119 Izzolena, Joni 61, 146, 167 J Jackman, Mike 135 Jackman, Terry 148, 159 Jackson, Doug 167 Jackson, Elizabeth 62, 159 Jacobsen, Clark 148, 182 Jarnagin, Brian 93, 167 Jarnagin, Jeffrey 144, 159 Jarnagin, Lori 167 Jantz, Dennis 56, 57, 61, 64, 74, 77, 182 Jahnke, Patti 159 Janssen, Rhonda 159 Jennings, Kathy 159 Jimenez, Shelly 159 Johannesen, Dan 167 Johas, Dave 167 John, Timothy 159 Johns, Tim 140 Johnson, Bev 182 Johnson, Gary 53, 182 Johnson, Jeff 167 Johnson, John 167 Johnson, Lori 159 Johnson, Mark 167 Johnson, Melissa 62, 120, 159 Johnson, Pam Jo 96, 182 Johnson, Pam Joann 96, 182 Johnson, Paul 167 Johnson, Penny 159 Johnson, Rhonda 182 Johnson, Scott 159 Johnston , Debbie 167 Johnston, Jeremy 24, 182 Johnston, Judi 159 Johnston, Timothy 159 Jolliffe, Bryan 53, 54, 159 Jones, Carol 182 Jones, Cindy 167 Jones, Dave 56, 57, 61, 171 Jones, Dawn 53, 159 Jones, Jon 171 Jones, Julie 182 Jones, Kirk 142, 183 Jones, Steven 53, 93, 144, 159, 188 Jones, Ted 53 Jones, Wendy 27, 50, 183 Jones, William 159 Jordan, Jeffrey 159 Jordan, Tammie 81, 151, 183 Joss, Kim 68, 98, 183 Joyce, Joe 56, 57, 60, 61, 68, 73, 74, 75, 103, 115, 116, 123, 148, 149, 183 Judge, Jeff 115, 139, 183 Judge, Jim 117, 136, 139, 167 Judish, Dawn 49, 68, 69, 183 Judish, Debra 45, 108, 153, 167 Judkins, Bill 139, 140, 167 Judkins, Bradley. 139, 159 Julson, David 58, 62, 144, 159 Jury, Patrick 118, 159 Page Kaili, Rick 102, 103 Kaiser, Beverly 63, 199 Kaiser, Kevin 167 Karnes, Randy 82, 83, 183 Karnes, Steven 85, 118, 126, 127, 159 Kauzlarich, Debra 159 Kauzlarich, Diane _ 159 Keller, Kenneth 159 Kellner, Mark 103, 183 Kennedy, Judy 183 Kennedy, Robert 159 Kent, Brian 159 Kent, Dan 167 Kent, % nee 183 Kern, Craig Kernes, Tim Kieler, William Kile, Kim . Kilgore, Rhonda. Kincheloe, Todd ... King, Brian Kinley, Ray Kinney, Shelly... Kinser, Mark.. Kirchner, Kim 127, 159 167 .159 . 183 .50, 167 .91, 159 159 140, 183 .63, 159 134 183 Kirschbaum, Bridgette 159 Kirschbaum, David 167 Kirschbaum, Kathy 167 Kissel, Debe 183 Kissell, Kay 108, 139, 153, 167 Kissel, Mary Beth 108, 139 Klier, Frank 183 Klier, James 167 Klimowski, Rondelle 50, 51, 53, 54, 167 Kline, Greg 57, 61, 76, 77, 171 Kline, Joyce 183 Kline, Mary 167 Klinefelter, Steve 53 Klisares, Kevin 167 Klucking, Tony 140, 141, 167 Klug, Jody 163 Knauer, Melissa 57, 61, 72, 76, 77, 85, 181 Knight, Charlinn 50, 167 Knight, Dave 53, 55, 183 Knox, Susan 159 Koeppl, Betty 61, 84 Koslsi, Ken 91, 145 Kozo, Peter 167 Kramer, Garry 167 Kramer, Harry.. Krieg, Carol . Kroll, Douglas Kroll, Kim Kusel, Jolynne Kutchen, Jerri Kuzela, Helen . 134, 135, 183 ...53, 130, 167 .159 . 78, 167, 183 62, 92, 159 167 .167 I Labonia, Samuel 126, 127, 142, 143, 144, 159 Labuschagne, Simone 40, 159 Lacey, Debbie 183 Lacona, Vanessa 167 Ladurini, Patty 183 Lafon, Debbie 167 Lagunas, Patty 167 Lammers, Loren 167 Lammers, Michelle ... 183 Lane, Mark 183 Lane, Nancy _ 167 Lane, Sandra 62, 159 Lane, Susan ...96, 183 Lang, Sue 50, 68, 69, 79, 151, 183 Lang, Teresa 159 Lange, Dave 57, 59, 61, 91, 171 Lankford, Laura 149, 159 Larsen, Kelly 159, 160 Larsen, Mary 68, 69, 183 Larson, Bob 64, 65, 70, 71, 73, 183, 184 Larson, Caroline 167 Larson, Rustin 183 Lau, Rebecca 169 Laughlin. Becky .183 237 Name Page Name Page Name Page Name 6 Page Laugk, Sandy 59, 82, 83, 107, 130, isi, in Lawler, Rick _ 167 Lawless, Gerald 159 Lee, Bob 186 Leech, Christopher 148, 169 Leege, Terri 167 Leete, Randy 68, 69, 186 Lehman, Kevin 1KB Leo, John 53, 145, 167 Leonetti, Frank 92, 159 Leong, Andrew 54, 167 Leopold, Brian 135 Leto, Polly „.167 Lett. Argus 62, 159 Lett, Bob 163 Lett, Brenda 186 Lewellen, Dennis 159 Lewellin, Don 62, 167 Lewellen, Mike 186 Lewellen, Risa 49, 64, 65, 186 Lewis, Kevan 159 Lieser, Lloyd 186 Lindemoen, Michael 111, 144, 159 Lint, Sheila 53, 54, 55, 159 Lipper, Bob 167 Lipper, Kim 186 Lively, Lisa 186 Livengood, Kevin 102, 103 Livingston, Stan 167 Llewellyn, Nancy _ 107 Lloyd, Michael 24, 118, 159 Lloyd, Richard 169 Lockwood, Nancy 21, 167 Lockwood, Philip 53, 186 Lohr, Jackie 186 Lohr, Judy. .. 167 Long, Doug 38, 41, 85, 114, 115, 116. 123, 148, 186 Lopez, Christopher 169 Lorenz, Steve 167 Lovell, Linda 167 Lowe, Donald 159 Lucia, Tony 167 Lujan, Diane 186 Lukenbill, Susan Lf| Lundgren, Kelly 17, 60, 61, 167 Lynch, Tracy 169 Lyons, Randy 167 m MacBride, Elizabeth 82, 186 Macbride, Kathleen 160 Machia, Tom 186 Machir, Cindra _ 49, 186 Machlan, Glenys 82, 83, 186 Mack, Todd 118, 127, 148, 160 Mack, Tracey 186 Macy. Jill 105, 151, 186 Madison, Lucretia 167 Maffell, Beth 160 Magnani, Terry 167 Mahoney, Teresa 167 Maldonado, Art 160 Maldonado, David 62, 160 Maldonado, Mark 68, 167 Mangano, Conncetta 160 Manning, Chuck 167 Manning, Mike 142, 143, 186 Manning, Paula 130, 160 Marasco, Michelle 68, 186 Marinsdale, John 80 Marsell, Laurie 160 Marshall, Michael 24, 160 Martin, Carmen 146 Martin, Janice 186 Martin, Kim 186 Martin, Lias 160 Martin, Newell 167 Martindale, John 167 Martinez, John 167 Martinez, Theresa 186 Marturello, Mark 58, 61, 84, 167 Marturello, Mary 58, 61. 82, 105, 151, 167 Marvin, Kathy 68, 69, 82, 186 Masiello. Chris 61, 120, 171 Mason, Randy 160 Matalone, Kathy 168 Mathews, Betty 62, 160 Matson, Robin 160 Matzke, Craig 61, 186 Maxwell, Diane 57, 59, 60, 68, 74, 186 Mayhugh, Rex 160 McAnich, Brad _ 168 McAninch. Kelly 123, 168 McArther, Stacey 107. 133 160 McBee. Chris 52. 82, 186 Mcbee, Tara _ 160 McCall, Susan .....168 McClean, Michael 168 McClean, Sherri 160 McCleary, Dave 57, 59, 60, 186 McCleary, David 140, 160 McCleary, Debi 168 McClelland, James 138, 160 McClure, Ed 61, 70, 71, 76, 168 McConnell, Dave 187 McCormick, Teresa McCoy, Gary McCoy, Glenda McCoy, Karla 168 148, 168 168 160 McCullough, Sharon 59, 187 McDanel, Marcia 187 McDonald. Julie .... 92, 107, 146, 160 McDonough, Mike 63. 81, 187 McElwee, Rod 187 McKee, Anthony 160 McKee, Christopher 160 McKern, Joni 187 McKern, Randy 53, 160 McKern, Richard 160 McNeeley, Nola 160 McPuee, Tina 53, 62, 160 McReynolds, Diana - 168 McVey, Patty 53, 54, 70, 71, 187 McWheata, Jeff 138, 168 Meek, Daniel 160 Meek, Sharon 187 Meeks, Michelle 160 Meginnes, Matt 187 Meisters, Terry 168 Melcher, Pete 63, 68, 187 Melleland, Jim 118 Mendenhall, Bill 168 Mentzer, Jay 168 Meredith, Sue 61, 168 Merkel, Mark 60, 168 Merrifield, Dan 92, 168 Merrifield, Steven Mettille, Craig Meyer, Jim Meyer, Rick Meyer, Trina Meyrat, Rent- Mick, Steve 160 160 .29, 187 .187 11, 187 . 50, 63, 168 187 160 160 160 160 82, 187 .160 Middleton, Denise.. Mikovec, John Miles, Jeff Millard, Kelly Millard, Mike Millard, Von __ Miller, Donna 92, 168 Miller, Kermit 118, 127, 148, 160 Miller, Leonard 160 Miller, Lynne 49, 187 Miller, Mark™ 92, 160 Miller, Mary 187 Miller, Mike Miller, Patricia Miller, Paula Miller, Tami.. . 53, 93, 187 It, 160 187 . 50, 79, 168 Miller, Teresa 64. 61. 78. 187 Mills, Jeff 118 Mills, Margie ... 168 Mills, Mike 168 Minella, Carolyn 160 Minella, Gilbert 160 Mininger, Michael 160 Minnick, Cindy.. Minshall, Kim Mitchell, Lee Ann. Mitchell, Mary Mitchell, Pat Mitchell, Stephen Mock, Brenda Modde, Dennis Moden, Tim_ Moffit, Beth Montgomery, Rick Mohr, Alan — ! 96, 187 .16, 44, 120, 121, 166, 168 160 168 186. 168 160 106. 160 160 168 .63, 98, 99 .82, 83, 168 187 Mohr, Deanne 47, 168 Moliterno, Brenda 120, 160 Molka, Mary 63, 168 Monroe, Mark 53, 168 Montanaro, Fiore. ... 28, 53, 145, 168 Montgomery, Roger 168 Moody, Dennis 118 Moore, Cheryl.. 78, 168 Moore, Mike 92, 117, 168 Moore, Sidney 160 Morgan, Jeffrey 127, 160 Morgan, Mark 103 Morris, Sue 81, 187 Morrison, Mark . 37, 41, 57. 59, 64, 73, 74, 75, 185, 187 Motsinger, Debbie 187 Motsinger, Mark _ 168 Motsinger, Tammy 160 Muck, Denise 160 Mulcahy, Pam .... 41, 68, 98, 99, 187 Mullins, Sue 168 Mundy, Rick 168 Munsell, Dave 187 Munyon, Dee 68, 69, 184, 187 Munyon, Denise 53, 54, 62, 70, 160 Munyon, Dennis - 168 Murphy, Kathy . 50, 51, 68, 79, 151, 152, 184, 187 Murphy, Mark 168 Murphy, Paul 160 Murphy, Roberta 163 Murphy, Tracy 168 Murray, Kay 160 Murray, Mark ... Murrel, Susan ... Murrell, Vickie.. Mutchler, Randy Muto, Sue Myers, Karen 168 .160 .168 .168 _.17l 96, 187 188 168 Myers, Nancy Myers, Rhonda Myers, Stephen 160 Myers, Tim 81, 92, 188 Myers, Theresa _ 70, 160 Nash, Janice _. 168 Nation, Cynthia ...160 Nation, Denise 82, 168 Navin, Dave 185, 188 Navin, Randy 168 Neas, Shari 188 Neff, Guy 85, 110, 111, 126 160, 172 Neff, Mary 108, 109, 153, 188 Nelson, Clayton 148, 168 Nelson, JoDee 171 Nelson, Kim 168 Nelson, Lorrie 188 Neuwerth, Christine 107, 120, 160 Newell, Howard 61, 188 Newell, John 168 Newman, Kevin 188 Newman, Mike 168 Newton, Connie Nichols, Dave Nichols, Kim Nichols, Rick Nicholson, Brian .. Nicholson, Kelly- Nicholson, Mark Nicholson, Terri Nicoletto, Pauline Nicolina, Vince Nicolino, Gina . 57, 61, 72, 171 135 168 168 _ 139, 140, 160 47, 168 140, 188 168 47, 168 171 .70, 160 Niffenegger, Carla 188 Niffenegger, Julie... 43, 47, 168 Nittler, Terry 32, 168 Nixon, Bill 92, 160 Nixon, Joe 188 Nixon, Martin 160 Noah, Lis 60, 51, 168 Noble, Kimberly ... 46, 62, 160 Noland, Julie „ 53, 160 Norem, Dan _ 150, 188 Norlin, Kari 62, 160 North way, Trudy 171 Norton, Tammy 47, 168 Norton, Timothy ... 118, 144, 159, 160 Nucaro, Mary 61, 168 O ' Brien, Robbin 53, 54, 62, 160 O ' Connel, Kent 92, 160 O ' Connor, Paula 50, 89, 98, 99, 120 121 188 O ' Donnell, John 53, 92, ' 168 O ' Donnell, Mark 188 Ogburn, William 160 Ogden. Michael 58, 62, 150, 160 Ogle, Kathy 50, 51, 188 O ' Hara, Doreen 168 O ' Hara, Tim . 115, 116 O ' Keefe, Bridget 61, 188 Oliphant, Fred 168 Oliver, Bill 24, 142, 188 Oliver, Debra 168 Oliver, Steven 118, 144, 160 Olson, Dave 188 Olson, Dennis 188 Olson, Edward 160 Olson, Jon 168 Olson, Tim 53, 142, 185, 188 Olson, Tom 117, 168 Oltrogge, David 160 O ' Neal, Dennis 62, 160 Oppenheim, Lora 68, 82, 83, 97, 184, 188 Orcutt, Diane 160 Ortega, Robert 160 Osborn, Chris 188 Osborn, Cindy 38, 39, 50, 79, 84, 188 Osborn, Kelly 118, 161 Osborne, Pam 168 Osterholt, Kathy 188 Ostrem, Brian 161 Overton, Mary 161 Owen, Mike 168 Ow ns, Susan 161 Oxberger, Shelly. 161 O, Yang Chu 160 f Pace, Melissa Page, Greg Page, Robbin Palis, Douglas 107, _ 110, 62. Palis, Kathy 68, 98, 99 Palmer, Kathy Palrymple, Todd Pane, Sam Panton, Lorrie Parker, Kevin 53, 136, Parker, Lori Parks. Todd 62, 118, Pascuzzi, Jennifer Paszak, Pamela 53, Patch, Jeffrey 58, Patten, Judith Patten, Linda Pauley, Barbara Paulsen, Joan 49, Paxton, Donald 142, Paxton, James Payne, Natalie Pazzi, Louis Peachey, Terri 133, 161 142, 168 161 118, 148 157, 161 185, 188 168 119 168 168 54. 55, 137, 188 161 144, 161 161 62, 161 62, 161 161 188 92. 168 , 69. 188 144. 161 188 161 144, 161 Penland, Joni „ Penny, Jerry Pennington, Kim Perkins, Michael Petersen, Bruce Peterson, Lisa 58, Petosa, Anthony 69, Phillips, David Phillips, Kathy Phillips, Larry- Phillips, Ted 58, 61. 85, Pierce, Randy Pike, Jodi „. Piper, Chris Piper, James Piper, Jeff Piper, Ronald Pitman, Paul ... 161 189 168 61, 168 161 189 62. 161 150. 161 .118, 161 _ 168 189 145, 168 135 161 189 118, 161 168 161 80 238 Name Page Name Page Name Page Name Page Plemone, Mitch 161 Pogue, Gene 161 Pointer, Lisa 49, 139, 189 Pollock, Mick 168 Poison, Bart 189 Poison, Larry 168 Poison, Michael 161 Pontious, Cindy 80, 130, 133, 189 Ponzeline, Steve 189 Poore, Julie .. 189 Porter, Debbie 151, 152, 189 Porter, Janine 168 Potson, Michael _ 161 Potthoff, Kurt 189 Potthoff, Leigh ... 98, 99, 109, 168 Potycki, Jola 49, 61, 189 Poush, Scott 119 Powell, Blythe 108 Powell, Rich 53, 189 Powers, Angela 16H Powers, Bob 168 Powers, Steve 136 Prall, David 110, 111, 142, 168 Preuinger, Tim 134, 135, 168 Price, Janice 108 Price, Michelle ... 107, 130, 139, 189 Price, Nancy 53, 54, 59, 168 Priest, Linda 189 Prieto, Anthony 150, 161 Prohaska, Sandy 189 Prothero, Teri 189 Prothero, Vicky 168 Proudfoot, Jeff 53, 55, 169 Prusis, Gina 189 Prusis, Janis 1 51 Prymek, Randy 68, 189 Prymek, Tom 161 Pulliam, Jack 38, 39, 57, 69, 114, 115, 189 Pulliam, Jerry 53, 169 Puis. Sheila 92, 189 Purscell, Brian 61, 117, 169 Putney, Leroy 161 Rice, Rhonda G. 61, 190 Radcliff, Neil 134, 135 Ragan, Tammy 169 Ragner, Eric 169 Rains, Thomas _ 118, 161 Rains, Ulzada 161 Raleigh, Jon 53, 161 Ramey, Mike 148, 169 Ramsey, Cindy 169 Rand, Cathy 169 Randleman, Kevin 189 Randleman, Tammy 108, 139, 153, 169 Ratcliffe, Robin .107, 133, 146. 161 Ratliff, Donna 161 Razor, E. Bradley 189 Rea, Marvin 161 Reed. Christi 169 Reed. Chuck 117. 142, 169 Reed, Jim 189 Reed, Terri 161 Reeser, Garold 161 Reeser, Harold 189 Reetz, Daanna 80, 169 Reeves, Dan 61, 70, 71, 104, 169 Reeves, Gwen 146, 189 Reeves, Linda 161 Reichenbacker, Kelli 161 Reichenbacker, Kim 169 Reider, Michelle 169 Reierson, Julie 57, 61, 189 Reints, Laurie 161 Reis, Jeffrey 161 Reischl, John 80, 169 Reisman, Ken 169 Renda, Julie 189 Renda, Lisa 149, 161 Riccelli, Chris 57, 61. 64, 75, 189 Rice, Brenda 105, 107, 130, III. 146, 147, 189 Rice, Bruce 169 Rice, Deborah 161 Rice, Rhonda 105, 107, 130, 131, 132, 169 Rice, Vanessa 63, 161 Richard, Becky 92 Richards, Ben 118 Richards, James 161 Richards, Jearl 53, 161 Richardson, Kevin 169 Rickabaugh, Jeffrey 55, 58, 161 Rickert, Dave 115, 190 Ricks, Lynne 53, 161 Ricks, Vivolyn 53, 161 Riehm, Sherri 161 Riewer, Tammy 169 Riffe, Tony 53, 118, 161 Riggle, Laura 96, 190 Riley, Robin 161 Riley, Sandy 50, 51, 169 Riney, Belinda 169 Riordan, Gale Rios, Julian Riseley, Douglas . Rist, Debra 61, 92, 190 169 .161 .161 .169 169 Ritchhart, Cheri Rivera, Kim Rivera, Louis 169 Rivera, Theresa. 161 Roads, Charles 140, 169 Robb, Craig 190 Robb, Jennifer 17, 53, 161 Robb, Johnnie 190 Robbins, David 91, 145, 169 Robbins, Nick 169 Robertson, Jeff 142, 169 Robinson, Candy 169 Robinson, Catherine 161 Robinson, Dave 81, 190 Robinson, Janice 53, 161 Robinson, Terry 169 Rock, Vanessa 161 Rodine, Kenny 169 Rodriguez, Lance 104 Roger, Terri 161 Rogers, Karen 190 Rogers, Mike 163 Rogers, Phillip Roerig, Kathy Rohan, Joe Rohm, Barb Rohm, Beth Romano, Mark Romeo, Rick . 80, 169 161 119 120 169 190 . 169 58, 161 169 171 Rosendahl, Cindi. Ross, Peggy- Rote, Bill Rote, Michelle 80, 169 Roth. Larry 185, 190 Roth, Linda 169 Roth. Steve 169 Roth. Sue 23, 53, 190 Roush, Mary 190 Routh, Patty 169 Roy, Jeff 190 Ruble, La Von 53, 54, 190 Ruby, Richard 161 Ruggles, Jay 161 Ruggles, Jeff 190 Ruggles, Julie 53, 54, 161 Rummelhart, Craig 161 Rummelhart, Michael 161 Runkel, Sarah 58, 161 Runyan, Scott 190 Rush, Jack 85, 115, 136, 138, 142, 169 Rushing, Dave 190 Rushing, Tim 169 Russel, Bob 148, 169 Russell, Roy 169 Russo, Cheryl 190 Russo, Ed 53, 104, 148, 169 Ramsey, Scott 91, 148, 161 Russo, Jeff 145, 169 Rutan, John 115 Ryan, Lola 161 Saltzman, Jeanne 113, 146, 161 Saltzman, Ricky 142, 144, 161 Salyers, Lana 61, 169 Samuelson, Marlow 190 Sanders, Jim 103, 104, 117, 142, 143, 169 Sanford, Jodi 161 Sanford, Michael 161 Sapp, Linda . 169 Sarasio, Kathy 53, 105, 130, 169 Sarnecki, Debbie 169 Sarnecki, Diane 169 Sawyer, Tom 53, 55, 169 Scaglione, Frank 190 Scagilione, Vic 171 Scalise, Leann 92, 169 Scanlon, John Scarpino, Diane Scavo, Angie Scharton, April Scheafer, Calvin .... Schiely, Vickie Schissel, Laura Schlicher, Jeff Schlicher, Krista 169 53, 161 .92, 169 169 161 169 169 169 161 Schmaltz, Becky 50, 68, 79, 190 Schmaltz, Todd 161 Schmeling, David .161 Schroder, Lori 53, 54, 72, 190 Schroeder, Mark 190 Schulte, Bob 190 Schuler, Jodie 190 Schurman, Timothy 161 Schwartz, Kevin 80, 169 Scigliano, Mark 169 Scott, Kathy 190 Scott, Mike 118, 127, 142, 144 Scott, Renee 107, 133, 151, 161 Scott, Ronnie 50, 53, 61, 92, 146, 169 Sears, Gloria 68, 61, 169 Sears, Marvin 161 fieeber, Debbie 44, 105, 165, 169 Seeber, Diane 45, 68, 89, 185, 190 Seger, Christine 161 Seger, Pam 146, 169 Seibert. Leslie 44, 68, 98, 99, 190 Seid, Steve 127, 144, 161 Selby, Cynthia 161 Semple, Scott 161 Senecaut, Kimberly 162 Seuferer, Gina 81, 190 Shannon, Randy 191 Shannon, Shawn 169 Shappell, Kimberly 162 Sheehan, Jeffrey 162 Sheehan, Joe 18, 142, 169 Sheets, Jerry 191 Sheets, Karla 169 Shelton, Tim ..... 169 Sheridan, Dan 169 Sheriff, Brent 63, 162, 163 Sherman, Scott 162 Sheumaker, Randy 169 Shicks, Ruth 53, 54 Shields, Susan 162 Shingledecker, Connie 191 Shingledecker, Russel 162 Shipley, Dave 82, 191 Shipman, George ... 53, 54, 55, 69, 191 Shipman, Gregory 53, 162 Shipman, Phil 139 Shockley, Chuck 88, 145, 169 Shoemaker, Cindy 50, 169 Short, Jerry 117, 118, 136, 162 Shortley, Jacqueline 53, 54, 162 Shumway, Michael 127, 162 Shurman, Tim 139, 140 Sickels, Darcy 162 Sieck, Duane 169 Sigmund, Jeffrey _ 162 Sinclair, Frances „ 162 Sinclair, James 162 Singleton, Cynthia 98, 99, 162 Singleton, Frank 162 Singsaas, Sheri 39, 79 Sinopoli, Hillary 169 Sinopoli, Thor 162 Siron, Richard 123, 191 Skogland, Tammy 108 Slawson, Tami 58, 85, 162 Sloan, Chip 191 Sloan, Peggy 162 Sly, Belinda 191 Sly, Tammy — 169 Smith, Becky Smith, Diane.. Sabol, Korrin 169 Sacco, Gara 169 Sage, Brent 117, 118, 159, 161 Saltzman, Jana 169 63, 169 162 Smith, Dianna 162 Smith, Donna 162 Smith, Frank.. 85, 122. 123, 124, 125, 153, 185 Smith, Joe 68, 162 Smith, J. R 53, 139, 140 Smith. Kent 142, 169 Smith, Kevin 110, 144, 162 Smith, Khristine 92, 162 Smith, Lisa 162 Smith, Mark 117, 118, 162 Smith, Matthew 110, 144, 162 Smith, Michael 118, 127, 159, 162 Smith, Neal 123, 142, 143, 191 Smith, Ray . . 169 Smith, Richard 123, 162 Smith, Tammy 146, 147 Smith, Tawana 169 Snook, Sandra 82, 83, 169 Snook, Steve 16, 53, 54, 68, 69, 142, 143, 191 Snyder, Beth 162 Snyder, Brenda 162 Snyder, Cindy 191 Snyder, Debbie 105, 107, 130, 146, 191 Sohn, Allen 162 Solem. Brian 118, 162 Solem, Kelly 105, 120, 146, 170 Soliday, Beda 98, 99, 109, 139. 169, 170 Soliday, Brigitte 191 Soliday, Kelley 140 Soroka, Alan 162 Soroka, Richard 53, 54, 55, 191 Soroka, Tonya 133, 146, 162 Spad, Rosemary 80, 170 Spagnola, Kim 19] Sparks, Kelly 170 Sparks, Melissa 170 Spaur, Randy 80, 170 Spaur, Russell _ 81, 191 Spencer, Dane 28, 53, 191 Speed, Steven 162 Sj?eridon, Dana 98, 169, 170 Spieker, Theresa 162 Squiers, Jay 139, 140, 152, 162 Squire, Mark 21, 53, 64, 57, 69, 60, 118, 171 Stacy, Laurie 92, 162 Staecker, Julie 58, 61, 84, 170 Stafford, Andrew 162 Stafford, Mike 191 Stafford, Robert 144, 162 Stamper, Paul _ 170 Stanard, Paul 91. 148, 162 Stanley, Jeff 170 Stanley, Julie 21, 58, 61, 91, 170 Stanley, Tammy 162 Stapes, Jadi 162 Stapes, Rick 104, 117, 136, 170 Staples, Mary Lou 162 State, Russ 78, 171 Staude, Terry 170 Steele, Daniel 118, 162 Steele, Diane 191 Steinbach, Dorinda 1 2 Steinbach, Paula Stemler, Tamara Stephens, Kim Stepleton, Chris Sterret, Bill Stepp, Art Stevens, Jim 57, 61, 171 Stevens, Michael 104, 118, 162 Stevens, Michelle 82, 170 Stevens, Paul 170 47, 78. 170 63, 162 .50, 191 170 162 170 Stevens, Rich Steward, John Steward, Mary Stienbach, Lisa .24, 191 170 .191 107, 133 162 .162 Stifel, Stephen Stillwell, Carla St. John, Don 117, 142, 143, 170 Stodden, David 162 Stotta, Bill 170 Stout, Mark 140. 170 Stover, Kathy 191 Stover, Robert 162 Strait, Lisa 107, 133, 162 Strait, Randy 162 Strasser, Perian 170 Stratton, Julie 191 Stratton, Larry 170 Stratton, Jerry 170 Street, Jan 80, 191 Street, Steven _ _ 170 Strohn, Bob 104, 118, 135, 162 Strohn, Steve 135 Stroud, Clyde 191 Stroud, John 53, 54, 55, 162 Stubbs, Bob 69, 191 Stuck, Steve 191 Stuck, Vangie 53, 61, 170 Stumpenhurst, Mary 61, 170 Stundins, Ingrid 40, 61, 120, 191 Stundins, Laura 53, 170 Stycazski, Janice 40 Suchy, Doug 117, 170 Sufka, Ken ... 59, 170 Sufka. Pam 133. 161. 162 239 Name Page Name Page Name Page Name Page Sullivan, Carolyn... Summy, Doug. 191 170 Summy, Steve 58. 59, 150, 170 Sutherland, Marty 170 Swackhammer, Gina 170 Swanson, Kevin 123, 124, 192 Swartz, Cindy 170 Swenson, Joel 170 Swigart, Dave Swigart, Debbie . 192 ... 192 T Taggart, Jeffrey 162 Tait, Gary 53, 54, 162 Talley, Brad 148, 162 Tapscott, Luke 192 Tapscott, Melissa 162 Tassin, Pamela 162 Tassin, Rich 170 Tassin, Tamara 162 Taylor, Becky 88, 120 Taylor, Chris .. . 61, 107, 146, 170 Taylor, Michael ...162 Taylor, Rebecca 48, 162 Taylor, Todd 61, 68, 83, 192 Teigen, Cindy 162 Templeton, Larry 162 Teter, Steve 139, 140, 192 Tew, John 53, 54, 192 Tew, Mike 192 Tew, Susan 162 Thacker, Barbara .80, 170 Thacker, Bud 162 Thacker, Jeffrey 162 Thacker, Jerry 170 Thacker, Judy 170 Thede, Kathy 84, 192 Theis, Greg 162 Thiel, Tom 170 Thoermer, Beth ...18, 98, 99, 108, 139 Thomas, Bruce 140, 171 Thomas, Cindy 192 Thomas, Chris 170 Thomas, Rory 162 Thomas, Roxanne Thomas, Sandy Thomas, Verline.. Thorn lison, Ron Thompson, Benjamin Thompson, Merle Thompson, Pam Thompson, Randy .133, 162 . 50, 192 „162 117 192 192 192 119 162 162 170 162 Thompson, Shelby Thompson, Wendy Thompson, Wes ... Thomson, Blaine Thorne, Michael 170 Thornton, Beth 61, 64, 65, 170 Tibboel, Carla 59, 70, 82, 83, 192 Tiepelman, Madonna 162 Tilber, Jeffrey 162 Tillinghast, Sue .57, 98, 192 Timmerman, Mark 144, 163 Timmons, Julie 163 Timmons, Vanessa 163 Tinlin, Jeff 171 Tipping, Doug . 64, 65, 148, 149, 192 Tomlinson, Ron 115, 171 Ton car, Robert 168 Toomey, Belinda 192 Townsend, Jim 171 Tracy, Vickie 163 Trafford, Jean 68, 84, 184, 192 Treanor, Kimberly 163 Trimble, Teresa 192 Trissel, Sherry 17 1 True, Brian 85, 104, 117, 123, 166, 171 True, Robert 28, 53, 91, 144, 163 Truitt, Debbie 192 Truitt, Jeffrey H8 f 163 Trujillo, Fred 59, 123, 171 Trujillo, Teresa 192 Trullinger, Larry 53, 192 Tucci, Jo Marie 46, 168 Tucker, David 91, 144, 163 Tucker, Jan 171 Turner, Carmen 53, 163 Turnipaeed, Wesley 168 Turnquest, Al 184, 186 Tursi, Joe 192 Tursi, Patty 171 Tursi, Paula 44, 68, 69, 98, 99, 192 Twyman, Dave 163 Twyman, Sherri . 192 Tyler, Jeff 171 Underwood, Jeffrey 163 Umdenstock, Bob 38, 39, 103, 115, 116, 122, 123, 124, 125, 152, 185, 192 Umphfleet, Craig 39, 61, 123, 148, 171 Vance, Charles 163 VanCleve, Vicki _ . 45, 68, 89, 98, 99, 120, 121, 192 Vanderbelde, Sue .108 Vanderpool, Kathy 93, 163 Vandervelde, Susan 163 Vanderwerff, Jeff 171 Van Gundy, Vicki 163 Van Loo, Mylena 163 VanNausdle, Kirby 37, 122, 123, 124, 125, 192 Van Patten, Rich _ 171 Vanpelt, Billy 163 Van Sickle, Michael 157, 163 VanVelzen, Polli 171 Van Zuuk, Lloyd „ 61, 171 Vasey, Betty 193 Vasey, Steve 119 Vaught, Jamie 163 Vaught, Tracie Venn, Rhonda Vincent, Barbara Vinson, Virginia Violett, Kippley Virden, Alan . .49, 171 163 193 .193 Virden, Rick Vivone, Julie.. Volz, Kim Volz, Sherri... Volz, Vince Voorhees, Sandra Vose, Doug Vulcano, Chris .163 ...193 .193 193 .171 .193 „ 163 163 ...117, 148, 171 171 tt Wachter, Julie 96, 193 Waddill, Dennis 163 Wagner, Franz 171 Wagner, Lori 68, 64, 92, 163 Wagner, Scott 171 Waldron, Charles 163 Walker, Glen 163 Walker, Janice 40, 44, 68, 84, 146, 193 Walker, Joan 105, 113, 130, 146, 171 Walker, John 163 Walker, Kay 171 Walker, Paul 193 Walker, Robert . 163 Walker, Steve 117, 171 Wallace, Becky 163 Wallace, Steve 104, 117, 171 Wallace, Penne 64, 65, 85, 193 Walling, Shari 139 Walsh, Kathy 69, 193 Walsh, Mark 193 Waltz, Bernie 163 Ward, Andy 79. 171 Ware, Doreen ... 92, 107, 133, 151, 163 Ware, Sam 171 Ware, Thomas 163 Warford, Bart 104, 171 Warnes, Michelle 120, 121, 193 Warren, Larry. 80, 171 Watrous, Radona 50, 193 Watson, Margaret 63, 163 Watt, Don 171 Way, June 61. 193 Wears, Tim 193 Weaver, Gary 163 Weaver, Laura. 120, 163 Webb, Lynn 45, 149, 171 Weber, Bill 171 Weberg, Ann 50, 68, 193 Weberg, Lynda 113, 146, 171 Wedemeier, Stephanie 49, 90 Weeks, Christy 50 Weeks, Craig 61, 74, 75, 193 Weigel, James 163 Wendt, Debra 163 West, Don 142, 171 West. Kenneth _ 163 Wheeldon, Jeff Wheeler, Craig Wheeler, Mary- Wheeler, Ron Whisler, Sue.. .117, 150, 171 ...82, 142, 171 163 65, 115, 193 .193 Whitcher, Rebecca 163 White, Bob _...117, 171 White, Kyle 171 White, Larry 171 White, Lee 171 White, Melissa 163 White, Tammie 193 Whitehead, Laura 57, 59, 60, 85, 171 Whitfield, Joyce 193 Whitfield, Paul 140, 171 Whitmore, David 163 Whitmore, Jane 163 Whitten, Carla _163 Wiand, Jerry 40, 142, 193 Wilcox, Kimberly .163 Wilde, Linda ..- 107, 133, 146, 163 Wilde, Lisa 92, 107, 133, 163 Wilkinson, Harold 171 Wilkinson, Lorrie 163 Williams, Anna 61, 171 Williams, Carol 163 Williams, Carolyn 53, 163 Williams, Danny 81, 193 Williams, John 135 Williams, Judy 60, 171 Williams, Kim. 171 Williams, Lance 163 Willis. Vicki 53, 64 Willson, Bruce 24, 193 Wilmore, Kirby 82, 104, 171 Wilson, Cameron 163 Wilson, Dena 57, 60, 61, 64, 73, 74, 193 Wilson, Martin 93, 163 Wilson, Nancy 61, 92, 171 Wilson, Raymond 163 Wilson, Sandra 46, 163 Wilson, Scott 193 Wimer, Carey 193 Winders, Stephen _ 163 Winfrey, Ricco 171 Wingfield, Donald 163 Winship, Rusty Wion, Daryl.. Witmer,. Linda Witzenburg, Gregory Wolk, Debbie Wong, Jim Wood, Ellen Woods, Joseph Woods, Lori Woods, Shelley Worley, Loretta Worthington, Jeff Worthington, Ted 53, 54, 171 171 163 163 .194 Worthington, Timothy. Wren, Jeannie . 138, 163 46. 163 163 163 194 171 194 _163 163 194 Wright, Karol Wyant, Mindy .... Wyatt, Timothy 171 61, 194 163 Wykoff, Larry- IPS, 116. 116 185, 194 Yahnke, Tammy Yakovich, Michelle ... Young, Dede Young, Doug Young, Gary Young, Jeff -163 151, 171 53, 54, 163 171 194 - 194 Zarley, Lori 40, 44, 68, 120, 121, 150, 185, 194 Zarley, Timothy 163 Zavalla, Regina . 57, 61, 171 Zenor, Dean 56, 57, 69, 60, 148, 149, 194 Zimmerman, Kevin 17J. Wright, Brian 56, 57, 59, 85, 148, 171 240


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