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

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I 11 1 1987 raham Linco High School Railsplitter Volume 24 3! lice of Life ilm makers splice bits and pieces of dramatic moments together to capture a story. Year- books splice memories together to capture the year. SPLICE OF LIFE reflects the spice of life at Lincoln as the 1986-87 year unfolds in pictures. 1. Lisa Speck, Melissa Johanson, Pam Schneider, Mike Bastian, Jeff Allen, and Chris Lawless spend a relaxing summer afternoon at a baseball game. 2. Mike Curtis is afraid to swallow what he just put in his mout h during lunch. 3. Kristie Davis gives an encouraging hug during a foot- ball game. 4. Football players indulge in watermelon after practice. 5. Liz Gilbert glances to- wards the camera as she prepares to sneeze. 1. Lori Bonanno, Michelle Hillman, Lorrie Daugherty, and The- resa Gorsche have mixed emotions before a pep assembly. 2. David Keck notices something different in Nicole Foland ' s piano playing. 3. John Zaver and Maria Wright have nothing to hide in their lockers. 4. Mr. Blenderman has Chad Hitsmen teach class for him. 3 7 Homecoming Court: (first row) Kay Creger, Theresa Gorche, Queen Schneider, King Travis Burris. (third row) Pat Daughenbaugh, Sam Samson, Danee Ferguson, (second row) Jeff Allen, Tracie Baker, Sheryl Staley, Pam Mark Fargo, Dennis Johnston. 12 Homecoming assembly brings out excitement September 22-26 was a week to remember as the year ' s Homecoming celebrations proved to be some of the most thrilling yet. Suspense and exciteent started the week off with the Homecoming Court announce- ment. Spirit Week began with some interesting apparel worn by various students. Tuesday started the week off with Hawaiian Day. Wednesday kicked off Clash Day, the most daring day of the week. Thursday not only signaled Dress-Up Day, but brought forth the traditional coronation assembly in which Swing I performed to My Romance and Let the Sun Shine In. Mark Pippett and Wendy Zagar passed on their crowns to Homecoming King and Queen Travis Burris and Danee Ferguson. The spirit exploded Friday with Color Day and an extraordinary pep assembly. The cheerleaders surprised the crowd by plunging into their version of Great Balls of Fire by Jerry Lee Lewis. The Railettes entertained the audience by performing to Super Band Rap by the Chi- cago Bears. Then the crowd roared as the Blue Devils made their debut performance to Devil With a Blue Dress On by Mitch Ryder. 1. The newly-crowned seniors, Travis Burris and Danee Ferguson, lead the recessional followed by last year ' s king and queen Mark Pippett and Wendy Zagar. 2. Former Queen Wendy Zagar capes 1986-87 Queen Danee Ferguson. 3. The Railettes perform at the pep assembly. 4. Jennifer Perkins, Tricia Zarley, and Mike Edwards are true Clash Day veterans. 5. The Blue Devils have their own way of saying " Beat Ames High. " 6. David Blaylock, Jeff Allen, Mike Bastian, and Mike Roberts present the finished Homecoming float. 13 2 1. Show Choir explodes in their debut ap- pearance. 2. Balloons and spirits fly as Dori- an Art students make a tunnel for the in- coming team. 3. Varsity and sophomore cheerleaders perform with pride. 4. Chad Russell grimaces with disgust after injuring his ankle. 5. Prep Swing shows thir Home- coming spirit. 6. Kelly Drummond pushes for last minute sales for the Senior Spirit Chain. 7. Railettes and Band march in their top-rated field performance. 8. Majorettes Desira Johnson and Gina Daghestani are all smiles after a perfect performance. 3 14 Varsity Cheerleaders: (first row) Marilee Sparks, Ellen Meline, Shirley Hurd, Mascot Jessica Hurd, Kristi Durban, Tina Rios, Chico Reed, (second row) Pam Spring, Cindy Wilts, Christy Nicholson, Gina Miller, Kristie Davis, Angie Cave. 16 Cheerleaders show pep; crowds become exicited Cheerleaders did more than cheer this year; for the first time they also danced. Senior cheerleader, Christy Nicholson, choreographed a dance and taught it to all 20 members, which was performed at the homecoming assembly. The Varsity Cheerleading squad consists of 12 members, all of whom cheered during the football games. Later they evenly separated into two squads. Kristi Durban was the captain of the squad which cheered for wrestling, girls ' swimming, and girls ' bas- ketball. Captain Shirley Hurd and her squad cheered for volleyball, boys ' swimming, and boys ' basketball. Both squads met weekly and worked together to organize such things as pep assemblies and fund rais- ers. The squads also painted signs on Thursday even- ings to help premote more school spirit for the games on the following day. All cheerleaders attended a cheerleading camp at Iowa State. They practiced weekly during the sum- mer and continued this practice throughout the school year. Senior and captain, Shirley Hurd, commented, " My final year as a cheerleader has gone by so fast leaving me with fond memories of my high school years. " 1. Christy Nicholson finishes off a cheer with a jump into the air. 2. Pam Spring, Tina Rios, and Kristi Durban lead the crowd in a cheer during the Homecoming game. 3. Chico Reed, Angie Cave, Pam Spring and Gina Miller prove that the rain doesn ' t dampen their spirits. 4. Kristi Durban leads the crowd in an enthusiastic cheer during the North game. 5. Marilee Sparks yells, " Give me an L! " during the Dowling pep assembly. 6. Mascot Jessica Hurd shows the crowd her talent as a cheerleader. 17 Sophomores cheer teams to victory The sophomore cheerleaders worked very hard throughout the summer learning cheers and chants to be well prepared for the year. The girls also sponsored several fund-raising activities such as a bake sale, a rummage sale, and a car wash. With proceeds from these events and from the sale of raffle tickets, they were able to purchase new uniforms. The squad consisted of eight sophomore girls, all of whom cheered freshman, sopho- more, and JV football, basketball, and wrestling. " Captain Liesl Hohenshell has shown excel- lent leadership ability and fairness in working with a squad which has demonstrated great spirit, " commented sponsor Irene Bond. 1. Kelly Black, Kim Stewart, Amanda Smidt, Jessi Zika, and Jennifer Saitta polish their mounts during halftime at the Urbandale tournament. 2. Aman- da Smidt, Liesl Hohenshell, and Jennifer Saitta try to think of a cheer to lift the crowd ' s spirit. Sophomore cheerleaders: (first row) Captain Liesl Hohen- ond row) Kim Stewart, Amanda Smidt, Jennifer Saitta, Jes shell, Angie Bendixen, Christina Harless, Kelly Black (sec- Zika. ft Student Service offers 1 4 credit During study hall hours, in order to earn one-fourth credit, students as- sist staff members in a variety of jobs. These jobs include working in the at- tendance office, counseling center, nurse ' s office, P.E. offices, and for in- dividual faculty members. Over 200 students are involved in student services. Vice Principal Al Graziano said, " The students are very responsible, efficient, and indispens- able. " 1 Student Services aids. 2. Chris Burkhardt grins as he finishes putting the attendance on the com- puter. 3. Sherri Emmons makes the best out of Assemblies fill students with excitement, pride Pep assemblies are always filled with excitement when cheerleaders and other organizations perform to get the student body fired up for the many athletic programs. Vice-principal Al Graziano and the cheerleaders spend hours on Tuesday nights organizing the pep assemblies. The Railettes performed their energetic dance routines to keep the crowd thrilled and excited. The Drum Line again demonstrated their great talent to a very appreciative student body. The Blue Devils mocked the Railettes by perform- ing their own unique and creative dances for an en- thusiastic crowd. 20 1. The crowd rises to its feet as the Drum Line performs. 2. The Railettes perform their carefully orchestrated dance routines. 3. The student body watches intently as the Railettes set up for another performance. 4. Mark Fargo and Noel Brdicko get blindfolded for a sneaky trick played on them by the Railettes. 5. Shirley Hurd, Vice-principal Al Graziano, Christy Nicholson, Angie Cave, and Cheerleader sponsor Irene Bond plan a pep assembly. 6. Kristie Davis and Gina Miller cheer the crowd on with another spectacular rendition of " Kowasaki! " 21 1 Young new Railettes gain school ' s respect In their first year, the Railettes were successful as a combined dance and flag group. The team, consisting of 29 members, performed well with the Marching Band in October at the Marching Band Competition held in Cedar Rapids. They received a division " 1 " rating, both there and at the State Marching Band Contest in Ames the following week. Two members from either dance or flag are eligible to try out for the Miss Drill Team of Iowa Competi- tion. Maria Endres and Charice Long took part in dance, with Long winning second place. Desira John- son and Amy Smidt entered the flag division. Performing at the State of Iowa Drill Team Contest in December, the team received a " 2 " rating for their performance to the song Venus, and a " 1 " rating for performing to Boy in the Box. The Drake Relays Parade started off the spring marching season. The team also marched at Veisha in Ames and in the Pella Parade in May. Along with the combined efforts of various mem- bers, team captain Diana Daghestani, a junior, chor- eographed dances such as Super Band Rap, Hello, and Good Love. 1. Maria Endres and Charice Long pose gracefully after their Indi- viduals ' performances. 2. Maria Endres and Denise Gustafson make beautiful music together at the Christmas party. 3. Gina Daghestani and Desira Johnson show off the trophy they received at Marching Auxilaries Camp at I.S.U. 4. Diana Daghestani " roughs it up " at the Homecoming assembly. 5. The Railettes perform their high-kicks at the State Marching Contest. 6. Desira Johnson and Amy Smidt display poise at the Individuals ' Contest. 22 4 The Railettes: (first row) Sarah Bradshaw, Brandy Dhabalt, Melissa Campero, row) Tori Soda, Shannon McAninch, Desira Johnson, Angie Irons, Denise Tricia Olson, Seung Chae, Deena Cemore, Cindi James, Shae Angus, Nikole Jones, Jennifer Holton, Charice Long, Pam Vanderley, Chris Zlotnik; (fourth Knight; (second row) Carrie Hon, Stephanie Walter, Patty Egenberger, Vicki row) Kelly Egenberger, Denise Gustafson, Amy Smidt, Diana Daghestani, Carter, Cheryl Cropp, Dawn Rector, Carrie Meline, Trina Wheeler; (third Gina Daghestani, Keely Egenberger, Maria Endres. 23 Another ' V rating thrills Marchers Refreshed and invigorated by their June trip to Honolulu, Hawaii, the Band began a new season. Directors David Killinger and Janice Bow- den, Drum major Mark Reynolds, and Field commanders Julie King and Shelley Smith led the Band through practices each day from 6:45 to 9 a.m. Practices were also held every Tuesday at 6 p.m. to prepare the Band for the State of Iowa Marching Contest held Octo- ber 4 in Cedar Rapids and the State Marching Contest held October 11 at Iowa State Uni- versity. The Band received a " 1 " rating at both competitions. In addition, the Band also provided the half-time entertainment at four home foot- ball games. In the spring, the Band participated in the Drake Relays Parade, the Pella Tulip Festival Parade, and the Veisha Parade at Iowa State University. 24 6 1. Band provides another exciting halftime show. 2. Drumline skillfully performs a percussion solo. 3. Band marches down a scenic street in Honolu- lu, Hawaii. 4. John Fillman and Susan King find something more interesting to look at than the football game. 5. Desira Johnson and Gina Dagh- estani smile for the enthusiastic crowd. 6. Mike Montgomery, Andy Laws, and Peggy Gracey get motivated before their performance. 7. Band faces Lincoln fans at the beginning of the show. 25 Bands show off musical abilities Concert Band, directed by Janis Bow- den, performed at the annual Winter and Spring Concerts. At the end of the year they combined with Wind Ensem- ble to play for Commencement cere- monies. jazz Bands I and II added much pep and enthusiasm to assemblies and home basketball games throughout the year. They also performed at several contests such as the state jazz contest, the Cen- tral College Jazz Festival, the Hoover Jazz Festival, and the Iowa Jazz Cham- pionship. They received a " 1 " rating at state contest and received various tro- phies and awards for their other perfor- mances. Prep Band members, Teresa Wickersham, Amy Bingham prepare for another lesson in learning a enhance their musical knowledge. Crane, and Missy new instrument to Concert Band: (first row) Sarah Bradshaw, Stacy Sievers, Amy Crane, Nikky Jennings, Pam Vanderly, Erika Stevenson, Dawn Remele, Michelle Crees (second row) Lorrie Johnson, Jackie Purdy, Arvana Locky, Joanna Sibert, Susan King, Jessica Lara, Teresa Wickersham, Melissa Bingham, Missy McBroom, Stephanie Livingston, Wendy Erickson, Stephanie Morano (third row) Shirley Day, Marty Haus, Brooke Miller, Mike Blackburn, Dan Smoot, Michael Six, Brian Charron, Chad Carter, Jeff Roth, Bernd Baur, Alfred Hys- lope, Jennifer Roe, Mike Montgomery, Jody McLaughlin, Jeff Snyder, Carl Combs, Andy Laws (fourth row) Paul Hiscocks, Angie Herold, Steve Stodden, Matt Arndt, Bob Folkstad, Nicole Kimberly, Kelly Stuhr, Tracy Thompson, Shane Exman, Derek Winne, Jay Corigliano, Debbie Gamble, Jana Wright, Jeff Zeliadt. 26 Jazz I: (first row) Julie King, Tina Fazio, Carrie Bates, David Hibbs, Mark Spidle, Crystal Padavich, Amy Wolfe, Holly Harrison, Jennifer Newell, David Killinger (second row) Andy Laws, Neal Robinson, John Chapman, Nancy Johnson (third row) John Wiezorek, Mark Reynolds, David Hufschmid, Chad Reyn- olds, Ruth Sibert, Chris Bunce. Jazz II: (first row) Nicole Kimberly, Melissa Friend, Shane Examan, Debbie Gamble, Michelle Clark, Chad Nelson, Arvana Lockey, Michelle DeShong, Wendy Livingston, Bob iFolkstad, Lorrie Hohnson, Janis Bowden; Director (second row) Carl Combs, Dan Schanaffner, Doug Taylor, Dan Smoot (third row) Jennifer Roe, David Van Arkel, Bernd Baur, Chad Carter, Brian Charron. 27 Successful groups display talent Wind Emsemble is made up of 54 of the band ' s most accelerated students. The group ' s activities included many concerts and success at the Adventure- land and State Band contests. Orchestra showed their wide range of talent by participating in several per- formances and accompanying other i i | i I . Orchestra: (first row) Aaron Wolle, Kari Davidson, Amy McCoy (second row) Mr. Sharp, Lisa Swift, musical groups. Although the group IS Renee Wilber, Cindy Calde, Julie Cherry, and Ursula Valles. small, their quality is outstanding. Wind Ensamble: (first row) Shelly Smith, Amy Wolfe, Jill Johnson, Sonya Salmon, Christy Cain, Laura Johnson, Tammy Breckenridge, Paula Gutuskie, and Michelle DeShong (second row) Peggy Gracey, Tiffany Johnson, Julie Pratt, Kristina Hartman, Ben Schweizer, Doug Taylor, Staci Cowen, Carnie Bates, Melissa Friend, Jodi McGee, Jenny Gathercole (third row) Crystal Padrich, Niky Atkinson, Seung Chae, Melissa Young, Wendy Livingston, Jerald Caligiuri, Jill Jones, Chris Bunce, David Hufschmid, Mark Reynolds, David BanArkle, Ruth Sibert, Tracy Chapman, Neal Robinson, Nancy John- son (fourth row) Seth Else, Scott Johnson, Laura Shaw, Michelle Clark, Holly Harrison, Jenny Newell, Julie King, Linda King, Paul Martinsen, Crissi Mo- sena, Dan Schaffner, Tina Fazio, Mark Spidle, Tom Sherman, Troy Daniels, Brent Robinson, John Fillman, and David Hibbs. 28 Treble Choir: (first row) Shawna Comer, Kelly Norris, Angela White, Cathy Annett, Micole Beradi, Candy Heimbaugh, Kris Roland, and Mrs. Janice Cord (second row) Jennifer Corley, Lashay Cherry, Ronnie Walkir, Melanie Taylor, Cara Wessel, K ell i Doughty, Cara Huntsinger (third row) Tammy Little, Nicole Bartlett, Jessica Thompson, Heather Backstrom, Betty Jo Gates, Taffi Baker, Wendy Ericson, and Dorrie Eller. Varsity Choir: (first row) Janice Cord, Elizabeth Miller, Patty Romeo, Tina Castellano, LeeAnn Maldanado, Melody McCuen, Christina Cain, Kristi Has- sel, Nikki Thummel, Kyle Lewis, Joe Catron, Brian Whitham, Joe Makowski, Thomas Marinaro, Matt Raleigh, Jay Hockensmith, Jennifer Wylie, Michelle Garland, Chelly Rivas, Danniel Montand, Gina Bostwick (second row) Tangie Moore, Jana Murchinson, Jinnifer Aluord, Amber Tebbin, Patty Russo, Jenni- fer Gutten Felder, Angel Rusari, Rosina Danca, Kirk Twelmeyer, Rocky Reeves, Ryan Thompson, Jeff Huffman, Steve Tomlinson, Mike Bell, Stacy Bondura, Sara Timmons, Michelle Wood, Lisa Holtman, Suzanne Haizenga, Kristen Slezak, Amy Hofbauer, and Lori Puis (third row) Kelli Strhr, Christina Nelson, Laura Shaw, Mary Miller, Darbi Poeder, Brandy Richards, Cheri Luffy, Heather Johnson, Jesse Vivone, Brad Daugherty, Aaron Klinge, Aman- da Starner, Stephanew Hedrick, Angela Bryson, Lisa Smith, Missy Mitchell, Jill Schneller, Angie Harold (fou rth row) Shelby Jordan, Barbara Funk, Amy Ward, Robyn Swisher, Tracy Ericksen, Michelle Davey, Traci Volkamer, Charles Grigsby, Eric Faust, Aaron Kephart, Casey Leonard, Brian Struve, Jason Rincon, Chad Gathercole, Greg Payne, Travis Frost, Missy Hillman, Missy McBroom, Gina Lawless, Heidi Mutchler, Abby Dodge, Tanya Kost, and Lisa Allen. 29 Concert, Swing II gain much experience Prep swing is swinging and singing strong in their fourth year. Former music instructors and Director Carroll Bennink chose the selected students. Prep swing performed a show February 28 and competed at Urbandale High School and at Jefferson High School in Cedar Rapids. The students gained much experience and were graded on their performance. Patience and practice were key issues for Concert Choir to make their performances memorable ones. In May the group performed in a competition in Chi- cago. Throughout the year, they sold various items and even performed a concert to raise money for the trip. Concert Choir: (first row) Tammy Warren, Carolyn Ramsey, Tammy Chest- nut, Michelle Allen, Angie Bendixen, Wendell Adamson, Ray Fast, Tony Nucaro, Tim Lemon, Beth Ann Kennedy, Pam Wright, Lisa Schnathorst, Chantel Kiene, Chi Hui Pak, Christy Mills, Carrie Hon, jana Wright, (second row) Carroll Bennick, Shelley Geppert, Kelly Black, Christy Grubbs, Lori Tolli, Yung Hui Yi, Tera Belinsky, Greg Payne, Mike Allen, Kale Bright, Brian Burg- gett, Lincoln Grimes, Stephanie Rector, Kristy Davis, Michelle Allen, Brenda Johnston, Marnie Varvel, Charice Long, Andrea Harris, Michelle Blevins, Shelly Clifton, (third row) Angel Carrol, Kellie Sof, Marget Anderson, Denise Carr, Heather Koenig, Chrystal Hughes, Jacquie Lair, Kristen Levengood, Robert Taylor, Derek Murphy, David McDowell, Andy Clamen, James Schrock, Jeff Wombold, Chad Cornwell, Lance Donaldson, Julie Cherry, Jill Finken, Paula Matalone, Shannon Thorp, Michon Huss, Jodi McWiliiams, Deena Cemore, Camille Campbell, Suzan Willock. (fourth row) Jane Lainson, Shana Comer, Linda King, Diana Burt, Cindy Davis, Denise Devick, Dana Brooks, Janelle Wiltsie, Garla Woods, Joel Schutte, Casey Leonard, Bill Laursrrys, Jeff Meyers, Brian Struve, Jim Schroeder, Robb Nuckols, Todd Mitchell, Debbie Bishop, Linda Lame, Jeane Adamson, Lisa Shaw, Michelle Denny, Marcie Cornelius, Stacy Locke. 30 Prep Swing: (first row) Scott Davidson, Brad Fuller, Michon Huss, Brad Cave, jeff Winne. (second row) jonathon Durbin, Chrystal Hughes, Kim Stewart, Suzanne Rhode, Tammy Warren, Cheri Christensen, Michelle Aller. (third row) Mindy Manley, Jane Laison, Debbie Bishop, Jeana Adamson, Stephanie Hedrick, Jennifer Saitta, Kelly Black, (fourth row) Jeff Jorgensen, Lincoln Grimes, James Corigliano, Chris Reeves, James Schroeder, Gary Loux, Brad Daugherty, Fredrick Hale, Wendell Adamson, Daniel Reed, Brian Burgett, Mike Bell. 1. Carroll Bennink demonstrates proper vowel sounds during Prep Swing ' s warmup. 2. Michon Huss and Shannon Thorpe sing enthusiasti- cally during one of their practices. 3. Brad Fuller, Brad Cave, Jeff Winne, Scott Davidson, Michon Huss, and Todd Francisco take a break after a long and hard practice. 4. Prep Swing works diligently on new choreogra- phy. 31 Show Choir performs for prestigious people Swing I participated in many competitions, taking second place at the McDonald ' s Urbandale Competi- tion and fourth at the Cedar Rapids Jefferson Com- petition. They attended the Appollo Competition at West- mar College in LeMars, Iowa. " Something new and different ' commented Director Carroll Bennink. Swing Choir is highly sought after by downtown businesses and the group did a large number of shows in the community. Swing Choir: (first row) Scott Davidson, Joe Riccio, Lisa Shelton, Nicolle Foland, Lisa Speck, Kristi Durban, Staci Rufer, Jamie Schrock, Seth Else, Jeff Winne. (second row) Brian Sheesley, Jackie Keller, Alan Marquis, Christy Nicholson, David Pulliam, Wendy Wilson, Michelle Berkland, Doug Brooks, Cynthia Durbin, Sherry Wasko, Brad Fuller, Christy Grubbs, Dan Sanford. (third row) Russ Kuhn, Gary Loux, Joe Carter, Meredith Rinker, Laura Han- son, Cheri Johnson, Raquel Foland, Pam Coleman, Scott O ' Neal, Noel Brdicko. (fourth row) Director Carroll Bennink, Pete Denato, Lora Fitzgerald, Lori Wilkinson, Angie Skidmore, Maria Wright, Craig Carpenter, (fifth row) Matt Speck, Bruce Elgin, David Grout, Dan Reed, Nick Ellis, Chris Miller, Robert Kirkman, Tony Nucaro, Pat Daughenbaugh. 1. Christy Nicholson puts just a little more hair spray on before competition. 2. The Show Choir practices for an up coming competition. 3. Matt Speck, Dave Pulliam, Jeff Winne, and Alan Mar- quis discuss strategies for winning the competi- tion. 4. Band Members: (first row) Meredith Rinker, Dan Reed, Nicolle Foland. (second row) Joe Riccio, Seth Else, Chris Miller, Jeff Winne, Scott Davidson. 5. Everyone puts on a smile for the Homecoming Coronation. 6. Stage and Sound Crew: Joel Schutte, Todd Fransisco, Carroll Ben- nink, James Borland, Lisa Shaw. 7. Angie Cave and David Keck practice a couples movement. 33 i 1 Chamber Chorale dazzles audience Leading Chamber Chorale were All-State winners Angie Cave, Kristi Durban, Nicolle Fo- land, Greg McCoy, David Pulliam, and Mer- edith Rinker. In March Chamber Chorale once again went to the Ogden Chamber contest where they have taken first place for the past two years. The group performed various shows at Younkers, the Rotary Club, Wakonda Country Club and the Festival of Trees at the Civic Cen- ter in December. Chamber Chorale held their annual fall show in the auditorium and their spring show took place at the Botanical Center. Lisa Speck and Lori McNulty said, " The music was such a challenge, yet the experience was rewarding ' Linda Lame commented, " Cham- ber Chorale is an experience 111 never forget. " All-State Winners: (first row) Meredith Rinker, Nicolle Foland, Kristi Durban, (second row) Greg McCoy, Director Carroll Bennink, David Pulliam, (not pic- tured) Angie Cave 7 Chamber Chorale: (first row) Stacie Rufer, Meredith Rinker. (second row) Lori Wilkinson, Lisa Speck, Kristi Durban, (third row) Cindy Newkirk, Steph- anie Rector, Cynthia Durban, Nicolle Folland, Lora Fitzgerald, Kim Atwood, Tori Soda, Yung Ye, Lori Talley. (fourth row) Carroll Bennink, Brad Fuller, john Fillman, Lisa Shaw, Scott O ' Neal, Wendell Adamson, Lori McNulty, Tim Lemon, Doug Brooks, David Pulliam, Linda Lame, Chris Miller, Nick Ellis, (fifth row) David McDowell, Brian Sheesley, Robert Kirkman, Joe Carter, Greg McCoy, Matt Speck, Joe Riccio. (not pictured) Angie Cave, Gina Miller, Danny McRenyolds. 34 New Honor Society builds leadership The National Honor Society is an organization that honors good grades and leadership quali- ties. To become a member a student must have maintained a grade point average of 3.6 or high- er for five consecutive semesters, must be rec- ommended by three teachers, and must be considered a good student. Officers were Cheri Johnson, president; Russ Kuhn, vice-president; Meredith Rinker, secre- tary; Melissa Johansen, treasurer; and Pam Cole- man, historian. In order to fulfill requirements to make a contribution to the community, members organized a " taxi service " to drive party-goers home from the mixers after home basketball games and sponsored the Students Against Drunk Driving (SADD) assemblies in February. National Honor Society: (first row) Melissa Wilson, Ricci Jefferey, Michelle Angela Hannah, Bill Barry, Russ Kuhn, president; Melissa Johansen, treasurer; Hillman, Gina Daghestani, Angie Cave, Seung Chae, Johnnine Wadle, Erin Pam Coleman, historian. Didio, Angela Post (second row) Patricia Zarley, Meredith Rinker, secretary; 35 Resolved: To win tournaments, trophies Debate team, coached by Carole Dickey, direc- tor of forensics, and Mike Miller, a former Lincoln student active in debate, had a successful year, bringing home 30 trophies from 15 tournaments. In addition to debate, the team was also involved in mock trial. They did a demonstration during October for the Lawyers Partnership Conference at Drake University. Coach Dickey commented, " Thanks to the lead- ership of five competent officers— President Laura Tucker, Vice-President Scott Clair, Public Rela- tions Mekhine Baccam, Treasurer Todd Herriott, and Secretary Kristie Carnine— this has been a suc- cessful year. " 7 1 1 lE ' s: (first row) Amy Sparks, Erika Moore, Christi Harless, Denise Brooker, Christina Carlingo, Laura Tucker, Laura Kain, jody Roland, (second row) Dan Price, Kristie Carnine, Sonja Knight, Stacy Prenosli, Paul Schilling, James losbaker, Lise Smith, John Carr. (third row) Chang Chae, Dan Stenstrom, Stephanie Heitman, Jason Swalve, Nikki Whittaker, Todd Herriott, Mekhine Baccam. (fourth row) Robert Whicker, Bill Lauer, Tony Soars, Scott Clair, Clover Finch, Alecia Turnipseed, Mike Cummings, Bettsy Garland. 36 1. Officers: President Laura Tucker; Public Relations Mekhine Baccam; Treasurer Todd Herriott; Secretary Kristie Carnine; Vice-president Scott Clair. 2. Varsity: (first row) Denise Brooker, Laura Kain, Todd Herriott, Kristie Carnine, Laura Tucker, (second row) Paul Schilling, James losbaker, Nickie Whitaker. (third row) Chang Cha, Pam Stenstrom, Mekhine Baccam, John Carr. (fourth row) Tony Soares, Scott Clair, Kathy McLaughlin. 3. Novice: (first row) Joy Hockens- mith, Christina Jarnagin, Jenni Davis, Christi Harless, Christina Carliglino. (second row) Stacy Prenosil, Eri- ka Moore, Sonja Knight, Lisa Smith, Amy Sparks, Bet- sy Garland, (third row) Chad Broomfield, Stephanie Heitman, Clover Finch, Jason Swalve, Dan Prince, Jody Roland, (fourth row) Lance Armel, Bill Lauer, Alecia Turnipseed, Mike Lummings. Drama department presents fall play By The Skin of Our Teeth, a comedy writ- ten by Thorton Wilder, was the fall play pre- sented November 21-22. The play is about a family that follows a series of events from the invention of the wheel to the end of the world. The fall play was the only play directed this year by Wayne Silka, who left for Japan to teach during the spring semester. Mr. Silka said, " The experience of the play will be re- membered a long time. " CAST Mr. Antrobus Bruce Elgin Mrs. Antrobus Monica Parker Sabina Monque LaMunyon Mr. Fitzpatrick Tony Buchanan Gladys Dawn Rector Henry Scott Dolch Fortune Teller Jeannie Truitt Telegraph Boy Robert Andrews Miss E. Muse Paula Ruchton Miss T. Muse Beth Ann Kennedy Miss M. Muse Hope Richardson Announcer Robert Andrews Dinosaur jenie Gathercole Mammoth Missi McBroom Doctor jeff Jorgenson Judge joe Aldiano Homer Stephanie Heitman ,V Y Paula Rushton 1. Mrs. Antrobus (Monica Parker), left, informs everyone that the weather is getting bad. 2. The family (Scott Dolch, Dawn Rector, Bruce Elgin, Monica Parker), and Mammoth (Missi McBroom), listen as Mr. Antrobus (Bruce Elgin), introduces his new invention, the wheel. 3. Mr. Antrobus (Bruce Elgin), reminds the Dinosaur (Jenie Gathercole), and the Mammoth (Missi McBroom), to be very quiet. 38 Spring performance attracts good crowd The Curious Savage by John Patrick was the spring play presented April 3-4 in the audito- rium. Under the direction of Kate Hoerl, the play was a big success. The play is based on the attempts of an elderly widowed woman played by Jeanne Truitt to put her inheritance to good use. Meanwhile, her step children, Titus, Samuel, and Lilly Belle (played by Abraham Cubbage, Jeff Jorgenson, and Maria Wright) have com- mitted her to a sanitarium in hopes of secur- ing her sizable fortune for themselves. " There is no such thing as a small actor; just small parts, " commented the cast. " The cast and crew are just jewels and Mrs. Hoerl is great to work with, " Jeannie Truitt said. CAST Ethel Savage Jeanne Truitt Lilly Belle Savage Maria Wright Titus Savage Abraham Cubbage Samuel Savage Jeff Jorgenson Miss Willie Carrie Hon Dr. Emmett Rob Andrews Mrs. Paddy Maria McCurnin Jeff Scott Dolch Florence Cari Cope Fairy Mae Monique LaMunyon Hannibal Bruce Elgin Student Director Amy Sanders Director Kate Hoerl Spring play Elgin, Scott cast: (first row) Cari Dolch, Maria Wright Cope, Jeanne Truitt, Rob Andrews, Bruce ers, Monique LaMunyon, Abraham Cubbage, Jeff Jorgenson, Director Kate . (second row) Maria McCurnin, Amy Sand- Hoerl. 39 Europe trip: Aaron Lutyen, Melissa Mitchell, Monica Parker, Brad Slade. (not pictured) Laura Kain U.N., foreign students expand their horizons Six foreign exchange students attended Lincoln: Car- men Drazek and Bernd Bauer, Germany; Fredrick Dan- ielson and Alexandra Martin, Sweden; Oscar Munoz, Columbia; Christina Kallas, Brazil. Fredrick was voted All-Metro kicker for football by the Des Moines Regis- ter, Christina was on the volleyball team, and Oscar swam the breaststroke for the swim team. Fifteen juniors were chosen to take the United Na- tions trip over spring break. The students went by bus to Washington, D.C., and New York and enjoyed sight see- ing and shopping. Meetings with senators and delegates were scheduled as well as visits to the newly renovated Statue of Liberty. Participants submitted an application and an essay to the United Nations Board who then selected 80 stu- dents from Polk county. Some of the sights that the U.N. trip participants had the opportunity to see: 1. The nation ' s capitol in Washington, D.C. 2. The Statue of Liberty in New York City. Foreign exchange students: Oscar Munoz, Fredrick Danielson, Alexandra Martin, Carmen Drazek, Bernd Bauer, Christina Kallas. U.N. trip: (first row) Laura Kain, Gina Marcum, Tracey Campo. (second row) Ellen Meline, Carrie Meline, Diana Daghestani, Wendy Wilson, (third row) Mindy Man- ley, Kevin Molloy, Andy Fisher, Mike McCleary, Pam Vanderley, Nickie Whitaker, Melissa Mitchell, Monica Parker. i I Til 1 100 Tiron 40 ' " -it 1 Council supports many programs Student Council promotes many school activities and is dedicated to serving the community. The Blood Center ' s annual blood drive, February 3, was a great success. Over 100 pints of blood were donated by students and faculty. This was Stu- dent Council ' s seventh year to sponsor the drive. The canned food drive, held the week before Christmas break, helped the community with the donations of canned items to needy families. Student Council organized the spirit week festivities and sold spirit ribbons during football season. — 1. Student Council: (first row) Jill Schneller, Chris Waltz, Melissa Stevens, Christopher Dow, John Perry (second row) Jeff Myers, Jenny Beck, Bruce Elgin, and Crystal Cunningham. 2. Student Council officers: President Denice Sanders, Vice-president Bruce Elgin, and Chief Justice Pat Daughenbaugh. 3. Mike Bastian sighs with relief as the nurse reassures him. 4. A large amount of food was collected during the canned food drive. 41 Motivation, enthusiasm help Dorian Art succeed tAf Dorian Art Club, one of Lincoln ' s oldest clubs once again brightened up the school by garnishing the front hall dur- ing Christmas and decorating the gym for Homecoming. Led by Dale McLean, sponsor, the club met in room 17 for homeroom each morning and consisted of 28 sopho- mores, juniors and seniors. President Robb Jacobsen commented, " Since I ' ve been in the club I ' ve seen a lot of good groups. But this year ' s group is the best yet. I think everyone in the club has shown a lot of enthusiasm. " Each year the club donates a piece of art work to the school. These hang in different school offices, but Dorian Art ' s ongoing goal is to eventually establish an art gallery in the building. Dorian Art Officers: (first row) Robb jacobsen, president; Jim Armstrong, treasurer; (second row) Ginger Stevenson, secretary; Mario Lundy, historian Dorian Art: (first row) Jimmy Lamb, John Mascaro, Sam Evans, Robb Jacobsen, Mike Dickhoff, Mike McGehee. (second row) Amy McCoy, Frank Cardamond, Robert Wicker, Wendi Riddle, Ginger Stevenson, Melissa Wilson, Mario Lundy. (third row) Sherry Marshall, Kim Clements, Natalie Dilse, Christina Cariglino, Melissa Hawk, Gary Gioffrredi, Tony Martindale. (fourth row) Jennifer Bremnan, Phil Gale, Tom Hanson, Scott Murphy, Brian Connett, Doug Keller, Robert Carlson, (not pictured) Jim Armstrong. 42 1. Each year Dorian Art creates four scenes for the front hall. 2. Sam Evans stretches to hang a bow. 3. Dale McLean, spon- sor, supervises decorating in the front hall. 4. Ginger Ste- venson and Missy Wilson clown around. 5. Wendi Riddle reaches up to Ginger Stevenson as they decorate the gym for the Homecoming dance. 43 Rails Club entertains at community centers Rails Club, a community service group sponsored by Sally Fisher, met in room 236 every month on the first and third Wednesday. Rails Club sponsoredthe Sweetheart Dance, which was held on Saturday , February 14, and it was a night to remember. For entertainment, the group Now and Then performed, and the announcements for Sweet- heart and Man-of-the-Year from each grade were made. Everyone gathered around to honor the win- ners. Along with decorating the football field for Home- coming, Rails Club dressed in costume for Hallow- een, visiting children at the Little Lamb Day Care Center, Mercy Hospital and Commonwealth Day Care Center where they went for Christmas. For the Easter holiday they went to the children ' s hospitals, nursing homes, and day care centers where they took Easter favors for the children. Led by Presi- dent Julie Overton, Secretary Angela Brown, Trea- surer Jodi Darrah, and Historian Christina Cargliano, the club is open to everyone. Sally Fisher commented, " Rails Club has grown from 12 to 50 students in one year. I am so pleased that so many students are interested in participating in activities which benefit our school and the com- munity. " 1. Members relax before visiting children. 2. Rails Club members anxiously await the release of balloons for Homecoming. 3. Club officers: President Julie Overton, Secretary Angela Brown, Histori- an Christina Cargliano. 4. Rails Club members. M f i 44 45 $ 3AiL ?LiLic3 Under the leadership of Co-editors Cammie White and Cheri Johnson, the Railsplitter completed nine successful issues. The 17-member staff worked daily to seek out interesting and intriguing topics for each issue of the paper. " We had an exceptional staff this year ' comment- ed Co-editor Cheri Johnson. " The group worked well together and I was excited to be a part of it. The experience of being an editor has left me with memories I will have for a lifetime. " " I ' m really glad that I had the experience of leading the Railsplitter staff, it is something I will never for- get ' said Cammie White, Co-editor. " I had fun working with the staff and want to thank them for their dedication. We never could have done it with- out the teamwork ' " The staff was creative and I enjoyed working with them, " said Adviser Diane Weir. 1. Kim Harris, Ricci Jeffrey, and Greg Leaper complete their copy just in time to meet a dead- line. 2. Editors Cheri Johnson and Cammie White put story ideas on the board during a planning session. 3. Jaime Hawthorne is proud of her com- pleted page. 46 Newspaper Staff: (first row) Noel Brdicko, Rob Diane Weir, Jamie Wallendal, Kim Harris, jamie Tomlinson, John Seals, (second row) Heidi Romans, Hawthorne, Erin Didio, Brad Slade, Kevin Gabbert, Noelle Runyan, Cammie White, Cheri Johnson, Tim Tweedy, Mitch Falkstrom; (not pictured) Greg Colleen Wilson, (third row) Ricci Jeffrey, Adviser Leaper. 1. Jamie Wallendal and Noelle Run- yan are too busy clowning to notice Erin Didio. 2. Newspaper editor Cheri John- son brainstorms with Noel Brdicko for new ideas. 3. Heidi Romans enjoys see- ing the newspaper come together. 4. Cammie White talks over a story idea with Diane Weir. 47 Design adds spice; ideas add originality A unique new look and many creative ideas helped make the 1987 yearbook special. Super- vised by Diane Weir and led by Co-editors-in- chief Tricia Zarley and Mike Edwards, staff mem- bers worked together to get the yearbook com- pleted for spring delivery. After the theme, A Splice of Life, was chosen, the staff immediately went to work selling ads, tak- ing pictures, and writing copies to complete a book full of memories. Although deadlines were barely met, the yearbook gradually began to take shape. Teamwork is essential to accomplish the awe- some (and sometimes aggravating), task of putting together a yearbook. " The yearbook never would have been completed if the staff hadn ' t been able to compromise and work together. It has been a privlege to work with everyone ' commented Co- editors-in-chief Tricia Zarley and Mike Edwards. 1. Sports co-editor Bryan Edwards pauses briefly while changing the soccer layout for the seventh time. 2. Advertising co-editors Jennifer Perkins and Susan King discuss elaborate plans for the advertising section. 3. Tricia Zarley appears to be amused with Mike Edwards ' latest " brilliant idea. " 4. Mario Lundy, Julie Pratt, and Niky Atkinson work diligently, while Sam Evans shows interest in other activities. 5. Co-editor Mike Ed- wards sets a new trend with his latest example of " daring men ' s apparel. " 6. Angie Vivone and Susan Bowers are obviously get- ting things done. 48 Yearbook Staff: (first row) Lori McNulty, Lanette Greco, jodie Kephart, Niky Atkinson, Kelly Drummond, Lisa Speck, Tracey Baker; (fourth row) Denise Sevedge, Tricia Zarley, Jennifer Perkins, Nicole Colosimo; (second Mario Lundy, Mike Edwards, Bryan Edwards, Susan King; (fifth row) Susan row) Ann Gustafson, Christy Nicholson, Pam Spring, Kelli Sparks, Lori Nel- Bowers, Angie Vivone, Abbie Holmes, Missy Wilson, Sam Evans; (not pic- son, Angela Gilman, Kay Creger; (third row) Adviser Diane Weir, Julie Pratt, tured) Shirley Hurd, Donna Reasoner, Missy Nessen. 49 IF IT 61 IKWI iikm i v i W« mum] countries SAY mm, ITS NOT. ec pi i State drinking age becomes 21 Buckle up for safety q S a o =r so 5 Nostalgia sweeps TV LOTTO Hawkey e teams advance in NCAA i Lincoln boys, girls send teams to state 00 Ul o G) 0 S U 51 1 2 Girls win metro crown; bag 5th in State Tourney Earning a berth in the state tournament, the fiesty Railettes once again had an outstanding season. The softball team took a five-day trip to Fort Dodge and finished up fifth in state. This team had a first place preseason ranking and sustained the title for most of the season. They met several goals and also broke many records. Winning the Jack North, Indianola, and Norwalk tournaments, the girls finished 41-8 overall and took the Metro with an impressive 13-1 record. Leading the way were pitchers Jenny Caskey and Angie Tamasi who combined their talents in paving the way to numerous victories. The five All-Metro picks were Angie Armstrong, Penny Coffin, DeAnn Ibrahim, Mary Sims, and Angie Tamasi. Coach John Ligouri commented, " A lot of hard work and effort went a long way. Next year, the team is looking to add to the Metro titles and return to state coming out the winners. " 1. Angie Tamasi concentrates on the catcher ' s signals. 2. DeAnn Ibrahim patiently waits to field a grounder. 3. Teammates mingle during pregame. 4. Lisa Farrington doubles tallying one RBI. 54 Varsity Softball: (first row) Amy McNally, Mary Sims, Joline Rivera, Tori Soda, Caskey, Missy Wilson, Abbie Holmes, Carolyn Nash, Coach Gary Parde- Leslie Myers, Kelly Grimes, DeAnn Ibrahim, (second row) Coach John Li- kooper. gouri, Angie Tamasi, Angie Armstrong, Lisa Farrington, Penny Coffin, Jenny 1. Mary Sims and Leslie Myers show who ' s No.1 after win- ning regionals. 2. Missy Wilson and Abbie Holmes kick back between innings. 55 Baggers are rewarded after successful season The Rails began their season ranked No.1 in the state. Even though they didn ' t hold onto the No.1 ranking, they provided plenty of excitement in a 17- 14 season. Several of the Baggers were rewarded for their talent. Jay Bendixen, Mike Cook, and Aaron Cherry were chosen for the All-Metro Second Team; Jack Whisler, Todd Garrington, Todd Roland, and Jeff Ogden were picked as honorable mention. Highlights of the season included winning the In- dianola Tournament, upsetting Metro Champions, the East High Scarlets, for the District Championship qualifying them to play in Sub-State. Railsplitters bid farewell to 10 seniors including Todd Roland who commented, " Most of us have been together since Little League, and it was our ulti- mate goal to win State, but even though we didn ' t it was still a season we can all look back on and be proud of. " This was also Coach Tom Lee ' s last year as the base- ball coach. He said that although he thoroughly en- joyed coaching baseball, he wished to devote more time to basketball and could not give equal time needed to both sports. Coach Lee has never had a losing season at Lincoln. 1. Teammates congratulate Jay Bendixen after a homerun. 2. Travis Burris waits anxiously for the umpire to call the pitch. 3. Aaron Cherry winds up for a pitch. 4. Jamie Schrock and Doug Raper watch the game intently. 5. Senior Todd Roland and opponents discuss the previous play. 56 Varsity Baseball: (first row) Travis Burris, Jack Whisler, Stacy Hovey, Joe (third row) Aaron Cherry, John Wiezorek, Todd Roland, Coach Gomez, Andy Claman, Bryan Edwards, Jay Bendixen (second row) Robby Mike Cook, Jeff Ogden, Todd Garrington. Lloyd, Phil Ramos, James Cronin, Doug Raper, Jamie Schrock, Jeff Richards, Varisty Soccer: (first row) Frank Holmes, Javi Ceron, Chong Chae, Tony Martindale, Toui Sinnorai, Mark Spidle, Tim Bowen, Mark L ' estrange (second row) Coach John Leo, Todd Mendenhall, Matt Ison, Donnie Brown, Mark Christensen, Allan Hansen, Byong Yi, Bryan Searcy (not pictured) Steve Jansen JV Soccer: (first row) James Isobaker, Darin Feguson, Benjie Long, Jerry Caliguiri, Jeff Johnson, Pat Campero, Tony Gross, Brian McGriff, Coach Dan Paulson (second row) Ken Rush, Rob Carlson, Bill Brightman, Brian Sodergren, Tony Harvey, Philip May, Ken McGraw, Bill Searcy (not pictured) Andy Fisher, Tim 58 Soccer teams progress; enhance skills for future The soccer team, in its second year, was coached by John Leo and Dan Paulson. Although the team had a disappointing season with a 3-12-1 record, the Rails fought hard, overcoming Ames, North, Hoover, and tieing No. 1 rated Valley in their final game. Tony Martendale said, " Even though we weren ' t the best team, we had a lot of fun trying to be. We hope to be much better next year. " Key players for the Rails were Tony Martendale, Byong Yi, Mark Christensen, and Freshman goalie Brian Searcy. 1. Senior Matt Ison looks down field for the pass. 2. Byong Yi and Tony Martendale help Lincoln tie No. 1 rated Valley. 3. Teammates hustle back after a hard earned goal. 4. Coach John Leo discusses the game. 59 JV Softball: (first row) Debbie Rivas, Billie Dyer, Carrie Hon, Dawn Rector, Skidmore, Tammy Chiles, Dotty Henrichs, Teresa Lukehart, Jenny Roe, Mi- Melissa Daughenbaugh, Renee O ' Conner, Angel Nelson, Lisa Gordon, (sec- chele McGriff, Kim Wilson, Coach Gary Pardekooper. ond row) scorekeeper, Carolyn Nash, Dana Brooks, Sherry Wasko, Angie JV Baseball: (first row) Ace Hendricks, Pat Smith, Gary Giofredi, Shannon wards, Eric Zepeda, Jeff Graham, Todd Miler, Steve Lunsford, Eric Ingvall. Haus, Scott Horn, Doug Gruber, Jason Marquardt. (second row) Ross Ed- 60 m Fall Golf: (first row) Chris Johnson, Doug Keller, Brad Helmuth, Jeff McGinnis, Bob Joss, E.J. Spitzer, Ron Nichols, Marty Talerico, Dan Bianchi, Sam Evans, Jeff Herzberg (second row) Coach Dave Twelmeyer, Scott Choi, Coach Orville Siers Golfers finish well in new fall season For the first year, the boys season started in the fall and Orville Siers joined Coach Dave McGinnis as assistant coach. The season start- ed with a Metro tournament at Waveland just two weeks before school. Throughout the year, the team kept im- proving. Brad Helmuth shot medalist at Grandview with a 35 and was a great leader as a senior team captain. Senior Sam Evans, Ju- nior Doug Keller, and Sophomores Jeff Bian- chi and Jeff Herzberg scored consistently throughout the year. An impressive score of 327 at the Valley Classic inspired the team, and a victory at Grandview against Roosevelt boosted confi- dence before Districts. Thirteen teams participated at Districts and Lincoln finished only two strokes behind East, yet succeeded in defeating North, Roo- sevelt, and five other teams in order to take fifth place. 1. Senior Brad Helmuth shows proper form. 2. Doug Keller takes a practice swing. 61 1 JV Volleyball: (first row) Gina Stout, Sharee Burch, Melissa Mitchell (second row) Assistant Coach Jan Sarlat-Aldridge, Al- exandra Martin, Cristina Kallas, Jenny Beck, Head coach Bob Corey. 2. Varsity Volleyball: (first row) Debbie Rivas, Son Chae (second row) Mary Wellinghoff, Laurrene Moore, (third row) Assistant coach Jan Sarlat-Aldridge, Amy Riccio, Michelle Berk- land, Head coach Bob Corey. 3. Mary Wellinghoff prepares to spike the ball to advance her team to victory. 4. The team concentrates during pregame. 5. Teammates back up Laurrene Moore as she explodes into action. 6. Michelle Berkland shows off her dig. 62 When Spikers play the opponents pay The Spikers, led by Seniors Son Chae and Laurrene Moore, finished their season with an outstanding 24-8-1 record, tieing for second in the Metro Conference. At the Metro Conference Tournament, the team took the consolation round and at the Indianola Tournament earlier in the season, Mary Wellinghoff, Amy Riccio, and Son Chae were named to the All- Tournament Team. The team showed real improvement throughout the season and Coach Bob Corey commented, " I ' m very proud of the girls and the work they did this season. We should be even better next season with many returning starters. " 63 1. The girls celebrate after plac- ing high in the Urbandale meet. 2. Staci Cowan makes her big move to win the Ewing Park meet. 3. Melody Knowles flies in to finish well. 4. Robbie Allen fin- ishes high in his division. 5. Darin Rippey has confidence while he stretches out. Girls Cross Country: (first row) Coach Phil Martin, Tracy Storjohann, Linda Gorsche, Tiffany Campero, Billie Dyer, Lisa Holtman, (second row) Missy Holtman, Melody Knowles, Stacy Cowan, Jill Johnson, Lisa Harris, Daw Tigner. 64 Boys Cross Country: (seated) Larry Loffredo, (second row) Dave Bennett, Sean Angus, Darin Rippey, Carl Thomas, John Wilson, Joe Catron, Robert Allen, (third row) Coach Mark Sterns, (not pictured) Ben Schweizer. Inexperienced Harriers are expected to improve The girls cross country team placed 5th in the Met- ro, sending Staci Cowan to State. Cowan was one of the top five runners in Iowa, finishing 4th in Districts and 6th in Metro. At the Ewing Park meet Cowan placed 1st; Melody Knowles placed 2nd; and Jill Johnson placed 4th, helping the Harriers take three of the top five plac- ings. The team did especially well in the Urbandale Invitational and at Ankeny. The boys team placed 8th in the Metro. According to Coach Dave Bennett, the team was young and inexperienced, but they worked hard and should be more experienced next year. Senior Darin Rippey was the only returning letter- winner. Rippey and four other team members earned letters this year: Robert Allen, Sean Angus, Larry Lof- fredo, and Carl Thomas. New football coach emphasizes spirit With establishing a winning tradition at Lincoln as his goal, Coach Tim Miller began his first year as head football coach. A former coach from Waterloo Central, Coach Miller won the Big 8 Conference in his first year there. " It doesn ' t matter where you coach, if you treat the people fairly and are consistent with them, you get good results, " Coach Miller stated. Senior Bryan Edwards com- mented, " It was really an experience playing under Coach Miller. Although we didn ' t win a lot of games, we learned spirit, respect, and class. " Although the team had only a 3-6 overall record, two players were named first team All Metro; Ted Bolton, center; Fredrick Daniel- son, place kicker. Five players received hon- orable mention: Jeff Benn, Travis Burris, Mark Jacobs, Brad Dittmar,and Noel Brdicko. i n 66 1. A quick play by Noel Brdicko keeps Ames from making a touchdown. 2. Travis Burris awaits the snap of the ball. 3. Brad Pippett anxiously waits for the call of the play. 4. The guarding skill of jeff Benn blocks a player from Valley. 5. Coach Tim Miller watches the game intently. 6. Mark Fargo tackles the East offense. 7. Linebacker George Ashman and defensive end Jason Markquardt keep North from catching the ball. 8. Looking on in disgust, Travis Burris watches the game. 9. Gridders display their offensive stance against Marshalltown. 67 Varsity Football: (first row) Troy Thacker, Jeff Fredrick, Gary Tesdall, Terry Riccelli, Ace Hendricks, Brad Welch, Tim Cone, Randy Biondi, Brad Fuller, Mike Bastian, Brad Dittmar, Gary Gioffredi, Scott James, (second row) Man- ager Chris Waltz, Mike Claussen, Jeff Nelson, Kevin Hoskins, Mark Le ' S- trange, Steve Bainter, Mike Mackey, Darin Dueling, Bruce Johnson, Chris Delury, Chad Douglas, Bryan Edwards, Stacey Hovey. (third row) Jeff Nelson, Barry Mussman, David Pulliam, Mark Fargo, Travis Burris, Assistant coach Ace Hendricks, Head coach Tim Miller, Assisiant coach Roger Hart, Chad Russell, Scott O ' Neal, Jamie Schrock, Patrick Daughenbaugh, Manager Ray Murray. (fourth row) Chad Cornwell, Marvin Cason, Rusty Bishop, Joel Vanderwerff, Brian McVey, Deundra Germany, Jim Schroeder, Eric Bergis, Eric Ingvall, Steve Dillard, Craig Bindrum, Tom Jarshaw. (fifth row) Bill Lapham, Joel Schutte, Jamie Marlow, Jeff Snyder, Doug Thompson, George Ashman, Jeff Benn, Tony Harvey, Bobbie Peterson, Noel Brdicko. (sixth row) Ty Castle, Gary Loux, Brian Berry, Paul Romine, Mike Johnson, Brad Pippett, Mark Jacobs, Eric Methfessel, Ted Bolton, Chris Kelley, Dennis Johnston, Fredrick Danielson. 68 Rails finish season 3-6; two named All-Metro [ he iriddcrs finished their season 2-5 in the Met- ro and 3-6 overall, rhey started their season on a high note with a win over Marshalltown, the first win un- der new coach Tim Miller. They then suffered losses to I ast and Valley. I acing sc ond ranked Ames for I lomecoming, the Rails suffered a devastating 51-6 loss. The team played well, but had a bad night against a good team. Hoover cost the Kails another game. Then the Gridders had a surprising 28-27 win over Roosevelt. Hoping to ruin the Maroon ' s record, the Rails faced arch-rival Dowling, but failed to do so with a 20-0 loss. A big 31-6 win over North finished the met- ro season, followed by a loss to Newton to end the year. 1. Lincoln displays their first play of the game. 2. The Ralls offense struggle lo make a ICMM hdown. 3. Lredric k Danicl- son waits to ki( k a field goal. 4. Mike johnson waits for the coach ' s signal. 5. Lincoln ' s defense keeps Ames from ad- vancing the ball. 6. After controlling the North defense, St i ey Hovey jo s off the field. 7. After a Lincoln touch- down against North, Fredrick Danielson kicks off. 6 Young Gridders learn new skills for future The JV, sophomore, and freshman football teams learned important skills that will be valu- able to them in the future. The main goal for the year was to ready the players for varsity football. The JV football team got off to a slow start with losses to Valley, Newton, and East, and fin- ished the season 0-7. Coach Ace Hendricks said, " We ' re basically not concerned with our win-loss record. Our main reason for playing JV football is to gain experience for varsity competition. " The sophomore football team got off to a fair start and ended the season 4-4. Quarterback Jamey DeAngelo said, " We ' ve improved greatly from last year and we are going to suprise a lot of teams in the future. " The freshman football team ended their sea- son1-7 but learned new skills each week. Fresh- man quarterback Steve Tomlinson said, " Play- ing football for Lincoln has been a great exper- ience for me. I love football and the program at Lincoln is a tremendous one. " 1. JV defense tackles the Newton offense. 2. JV offense ad- vances the ball. JV Football: (first row) Deundra Germany, Jeff Nelson, Terry Riccelli, Steve Bainter, Gary Tesdell, Joel Schutte, Bryan Edwards, Gary Loux, Jeff Fredrick, Jamie Marlow, Tom Jarshaw. (second row) Robert Peterson, Marvin Cason, Chad Cornwell, Jeff Snider, Bill Lapham, Brian Berry, Scott James, David Pulliam, Joel Vanderwerff, Bruce Johanson, Tim Cone, (third row) Manager Ray Murray, Jim Schroader, Eric Bergis, Mike Johnson, Ted Bolton, George Ashman, Brian McVey, Craig Bindrum, Gary Gioffredi, Chad Douglas, Eric Methfessel, Manager Chris Waltz, (fourth row) Chris Kelley, Jim Schroeder, Eric Ingvall. Theodore DuPuy, Paul Romine, Chad Russell, Pat Daughen- baugh, Tony Harvey, Jeff Nelson, Chris DeLury. 70 Sophomore Football: (first row) Jason Cooper, Fred Hale, Brad Smith, Dave Woolman, Darin Ferguson, Rob Rissman, Rob Blonigan, Andy Porter, Jay Castle, (second row) Seth Else, Mike Rowan, Joaquin Benefiel, Chang Chea, Everett Hogue, Tom May, Dan Prince, Todd Claussen. (third row) David Smith, Aaron Kephart, Mark Cody, Gene Parker, Coach Ted Leverenz, Todd Poortinga, La Cam, Jim Coriglano, Matt Rush, (fourth row) Danny Nissen, Troy Brown, Gene Washington, Matt Geyer, Tyler Hankins, Bruce Peterson, Shawn O ' Neal, Brian Arpy. (fifth row) Matt Sanford, Curtis Smith, Doug Pagel, Chris Bolten, Jace Franseen, Rich Kelley, James DeAngelo. (sixth row) John Zoutte, Pat Nelson, Todd Cox, John Kline, Chris Gustafson, Rob Neck- ols, Jeff Davis, Greg Worthington. ' 4 54 30 31 29 21 73 6 5 ft: 7%BS r 33 89 28 4 15 2- 6 L4? 5 3 Vi 3 37 |£S Si io fa 1 60i ICS? Freshman Football: (first row) Steve Smith, Dan Ellis, Jacob Ickowitz, Joe Bianchi, Shane Roerig, Paul Ol son, Troy Dayton, Chuck Tapee, Dan Hejkal, Bob Cross, Dan Harris, (second row) Mike Patterson, George Lawerence, Mike Robart, Cory Mason, Ryan Thompson, Dean Hobson, Mark Kinney, Randy Luna, Ronny Statlaer, Bill Burton, (third row) Manager Ray Murray, Scott McGriff, Chad Welch, Gene Kenoyer, Assistant Coaches Bob Ingvall, Larry Johnson, Head Coach Ed Pilkington, Chris Helm, Jason Valdez, Steve Tomlinson, Alfred Hyslope. (fourth row) Chad Dugger, Bobby McVey, Travis Frost, Bret Dupes, Mike Collier, John Feucolaro, Chris McNeeley, Ryan Mul- stay, Ryan Johnson, John Bagwell, (fifth row) Rich Griglione, Brian Glick, Sean Forester, John Graham, John Henderson, Scott Johnson, Eris Johnson, James Courtney, Danny Ellison, (sixth row) Chad Stookey, Scott Lundgren, Judd Hardcastle, Shannon Glasford, Bud Renken, Roger Hutchensen, Danny Schaffner, Adrian Rincon. 71 Team advances most to State since 1979 Coaches Tom Cady and Dan Paulson had noth- ing to be ashamed of despite the Tankers ' mislead- ing record of only two wins; they had a very suc- cessful season. The Tankers placed an impressive 3rd in the dis- trict meet, qualifying the most swimmers since 1979 to the state meet. State swimmers were all underclassmen: Karen Spidle, 50-yard freestyle, 100-yard butterfly, and 400-yard freestyle relay; Amber Wegner, 50-yard freestyle, 100-yard back- stroke, and 400-yard freestyle relay; Marilee Sparks and Valerie Kaczmarek, 400-yard freestyle relay. Senior Betsy Bradner was the alternate for the relay team. Adding to the excitememt of the state meet, three records were broken as well. Karen Spidle broke her own record in the 50-yard freestyle with a new time of 25.88. She also broke the 100-yard butterfly record previously held by Beda Soliday. Amber Wegner broke the old school record of 106.1 in the 100-yard backstroke, replacing it with a time of 105.9. After finishing 21st of 80 teams in the state meet, senior Tri-captains Betsy Bradner, Shelley Hutch- inson, and Laurie Weaver had no trouble showing the younger swimmers how hard work and team effort can pay off. " The girls are wet and wonderful and a joy to work with! I ' m happy to be back, " Coach Tom Cady commented. 1. Betsy Bradner dives into the pool during a time trial. 2. Karen Spidle, who placed 6th in the 100-yard butterfly and 12th in the 50-yard freestyle at the state meet, checks her time as she touches the wall. 3. Mindi Wood, junior, takes the tuck position during another successful dive. 4. Amber Wegner, who placed 8th in the 100-yard backstroke and 18th in the 50-yard freestyle at the state meet, pulls ahead of her opponents during the 200- yard freestyle. 72 Girls Swim Team: (first row) Stacy Lilly, Amber Wegner, Julie Wellinghoff, Angie Gilmer, Lisa Yolden. (second row) Becca Scott, Marilee Sparks, Karen Spidle, Valerie Kaczmarek, Betsy Bradner, Laurie Weaver, (third row) Betsy Garland, Dawn Dority, Angel Fusari, Angie Kuhn, Jamie Morton, Kim Ren- olds, Rene Wessels, Melissa Bingham, Chris Cole. Diving Team: (top left) Shelley Hutchinson, Mindi Wood, Michelle Allen, Joanna Sibert, Jennifer Brennan, Elena Cherikov, Cheryl Garland. 73 1. State qualifying 200-yard medley relay team: butterflyer Mike Edwards, freestyler Doug Thompson, breast stroker Alan Surbaugh, and backstroker Ethan Johnston. 2. Chris Ball performs another perfectly executed dive. 3. Coach Stan Thompson shows that he can still break a smile under pressure. 4. The Tankers prepare for the final race at the District meet. 5. Ralph Huttchin- son, Brian Struve, Alfred Hyslope, and Rob An- drews take a breather during practice and take the opportunity to memorize the wall. 6. Alan Surbaugh is in the lead as he powers his way into the turn. Boys ' Swimming and Diving Team: (first row) Ralph Hutchinson, Jeff Roth, Captain Oscor Corredor, Troy Tickle, Mike Bales, Harold Crouse, Troy Day- ton (second row) Gene Kenoyer, Travis Frost, Arick Gray, John Seals, Captain Mike Edwards, Todd Fatino, Brian Lumbard (third row) Alfred Hysolpe, Tom Reece, Eric Harrison, Fred Hale, Ethan Johnston, Carl Thomas, John Perry, Lance Donaldson, Alan Surbaugh (fourth row) Greg Thompson, Andy Fisher, Brian Struve, Scott Choi, Scott Crewse, Matt Steele, Travis Denny, Captain Doug Thompson (fifth row) Coach Stan Thompson, Coach Dan Paulson, Peter Beck. Divers: Joe Aldiano, Bob Burnett, Ted Karnes, Clint Ball, Chris Ball. Tankers exhibit skill; advance four to State Despite a record of 5-5, the boys swimming and diving team had a spectacular season that culminated with the 200-yard medley relay team and 100-yard backstroker Ethan Johnston, advancing to the State Meet in Iowa City. Prior to the State Meet, the Tankers had a very successful District meet, finishing fourth overall and placing several swimmers in the top six of their events. Both the 200-yard medley relay and the 400- yard free style relay finished in fourth place. The 200-yard medley relay team of Sophomore Ethan Johnston, and Seniors Alan Surbaugh, Mike Edwards, and Doug Thompson, went into the State Meet ranked 24th and ended up 22nd with their best time ever of 1:48.76. Ethan Johnston also competed in the 100-yard backstroke where he obtained 16th place and broke the school record (held by his brother Evan Johnston, ' 84), with a time of 59.67 seconds. New Head Coach Stan Thompson who was quite pleased with the team ' s performance, said, " It has been a terrific season: Captains Oscar Corredor, Doug Thompson, and Mike Edwards really led this team through one of the most enjoyable years of my career. " Dunham goes to State; injuries plague team Highlighting the season, Jerry Dunham, 138 lbs, placed 6th in the state, losing to last year ' s state champ. Along with Dunham, seven other Matmen placed in the top 10 at districts, while the team fin- ished 5th overall. Injuries plagued three wrestlers all year (George Ashman, Kevin McCarthy and Steve Dillard), result- ing in a Metro record of only 2-7. Outstanding wrestlers among the 22 letterwinners were Senior Mark Sterns; Juniors Jerry Dunham, Bri- an Berry and Jason Moural; and Freshman Eddie Dun- ham. Assistant Coach David McGinnis said of his young team, " The lineup for next year looks really good if our letterwinners return. " 76 1. Brian Callahan overcomes his Indianola opponent. 2. Jerry Dunham takes his man down at the state meet. 3. Jason Moural ties his man. 4. Coach McCivern looks on at a JV match. 5. Captain Mark Sterns takes his man down. Lincoln moln; LINCOLN; MNCOLIV ' - mil ft. ' Wrestling team: (first row) Eddie Dunham, Tom Spaulding, John Wilson, Jerry Dunham, John Zaver, Brian Berry, Tony Harvey, George Ashman, Bryan Ladd, Jim Hawk, Mark Sterns, Jason Moural. (second row) Todd Hoffman, Mike Hall, Aaron Klinge, Bill Burke, Chris Reeves, John Carr, Mark Kenny, Lonnie Ceretti, Brent Tesky. (third row) Craig Prettyman, Brian Callahan, Kevin McCarthy, Rob Blonigan, Dave Smith, Matt Sanford, Jeff Meyers, Steve Dillard, Brett Dupes, Mike Rowan, Fred Klinge, Bob Moural, Ken Ray. (not pictured) Tom Cavanaugh, Chris McCarle, Kyla Lewis, Tim Peters, Jay Castle. 77 Varsity girls place 4th at state tourney In only the second year of five-on-five com- petition, the girls varsity basketball team took fourth place in the state tournament. This was the first appearance that the Lincoln girls have made in tournament action at Veterans Memo- rial Auditorium, and Junior Missy Baker was named to the All-Tournament team. Finishing the season with an 18-8 overall re- cord, the girls were led by Senior Lori Bonanno and Juniors Missy Baker, Tracy Chapman, Melis- sa Daughenbaugh, and Dotty Henrichs. Daugh- enbaugh led the state in steals throughout the season, and Baker was the Metro scoring leader. Lori Bonnano commented, " This season has been the greatest and luckiest year for our team. Going to state and being on the team has made my senior year the best! " Girls varsity basketball: (first row) Dotty Hendrichs, Melissa Daughenbaugh, Corey, Chris Waltz, Bobbie German, Jenny Roe, Dana McNally, Raquel Fo- Lori Bonnano, Tracy Chapman, Missy Baker (second row) Assistant coach Bob land, Teresa Lukehart, Misha Porter, Coach Jerry Shartner. 78 1. Dribbling around a pick , Lori Bannono heads for the basket. 2. Melissa Daughenbaugh goes in single handedly for an easy layup. 3. Tracy Chapman tosses the ball to a teammate. 4. The Lincoln girls squeeze together fighting for a rebound. 5. Missy Baker makes a head fake before shooting the ball. 6. Lori Bonnano and Melissa Daughenbaugh taste the sweet victory after winning a close game against Dowling. 7. Avoid- ing the opponent, Dotty Henrichs makes a sharp turn after bringing the ball up-court. 79 1. Missy Baker sinks another free throw. 2. The Rails take a quick break during the last 30 seconds of a sub-state game. 3. After a close game in a jam- packed Lincoln Roundhouse, the team runs off the court victoriously. 4. Jenny Roe looks for an open teammate to start the offense. 5. Soaring through the air, Melissa Daughenbaugh shoots another goal from the baseline. 6. Exploding for a 10-foot jump shot, Bobbie German shoots the ball. 7. Kim Clements waits to rebound as Bobbie German shoots a one-on-one. Girls JV Basketball: (first row) Bobbie German, Lisa Gorden, Jenny Roe. (second row) Kellie Williams, Dana McNally, Kim Clements, Teresa Lukehart. 81 Girls Freshman Basketball: (first row) Jana Murchison, Shelly Rivas, Linda Gorsche, (second row) Malay Kham Baccam, Dena Van Zuuk, Jennifer McDonald, Jody Boemer, (third row) Coach Phil Martin, Jessica Thomp- son, Amy Crane, Kelly Walker, Gina Stout, Lisa Harris. Freshman Sophomore Girls Basketball Girls Sophomore Basketball: Kim Clements, Lisa Gordon, Karyn Rei- chert, Kellie Williams, Coach Kyle Black, Dana McNally, Chris Byars, Billie Dyer, Missy Clark. 82 Self defense sparks new student interest In the new Tae Kwon Do Club, students learned basic techniques of self-defense, self-control, and mental discipline. The class began as an idea of Senior Changyon Pak who holds a black belt in the art of Tae Kwon Do. Pak felt if the club could be a school sponsored activity, it would attract students who might otherwise not join a Tae Kwon Do Club. Enrollment has steadily in- creased since the class was opened to students for the first time this fall. Bob Corey, also a black belt, is the supervisor instructor. 1. Club members show proper form and technique. 2. Bruce Elgin and Jason Grubb prepare to spar. Tae Kwon Do Club: (first row) Bruce Elgin, Bill Barry, (second row) Sam Ellis, Chad Adamson. (third row) Randy Chasten, Dennis Reasoner. (fourth row) Chang Yon Pak. (fifth row) jason Grubb, Phloyd Phillips, (sixth row) Eric Benki, Tim Muss- man. 83 Varsity gains respect; earns tournament berth For the first time since 1981, the boys varsity bas- ketball team earned a berth at the State Basketball Tournament held at Veterans ' Memorial Auditorium. The Rails fell in a hard-fought battle against Valley in the first round of play, but were nevertheless proud of their accomplishments. Led by Seniors Robert Johnson, Gerald Johnson, and Joel Drake, the Cagers had a successful 12-10 season. Leading the team in scoring, and with a career total of 1717 points, first team all-conference pick Robert Johnson broke the all-time Metro scoring record of 1458 points set by Hoover ' s Joe Dykstra in 1978. Coach Tom Lee said, " The major key to our success at the end of the season has been leadership dis- played by Joel Drake and Robert Johnson, and the total team play of all the members of the team. At no time did the players doubt their ability or the goals they had set for themselves. As a result the team qualified for the State Tournament. " 1. Rails huddle for pre-game boost. 2. Bob Johnson shoots one of his record breaking baskets. 3. After breaking the state record, Bob Johnson is interviewed. 4. Chris Lawless and Brad Pippet attempt the rebound. 84 Boys Varsity Basketball: (first row) Coach Tom Lee, Dan Twelmeyer, Todd aid Johnson, Coach Bob Fontana. (second row) Willie McCarrell, Jamie Miller, Brad Pippet, Phil Chia, Bob Johnson, David Keck, Brian Gentry, Ger- DeAngelo, Jason Marquardt, Joel Drake, Joel Vandewerff, Chris Lawless. 85 1. The tip goes to Bob Johnson at the start of another exciting game. 2. Teammates look on as the close game comes to an end. 3. David Keck readies a pass 4. Joel Drake attempts a three pointer. 5. Brian Gentry goes up for a basket. 6. Joe Vanderwerff is determined to add two more points to the scoreboard. 7. Jamie DeAngelo searches for an open teammate. 8. Jason Marquardt fights for one more goal. 1 86 Boys JV Basketball: (first row) Jason Marquardt, Joe Vanderwerff, Tyler Hankins, Willie McCarrell. (second row) Jamie DeAngelo, Brian Gentry, Todd Miller, Dan Twelmeyer. 87 (first row) John Fucalaro, Mike Ayers, Bud Renken, Aaron Luchens, Judd ico, Scott Lundgren, Dan Smoot, Jason Johnson, Ryan Curtis, and Ryan Hardcastle, John Graham, Mike Patterson, Russ Hall (second row) Coach Thompson. Dave Bennet, Ronnie Statler, Ryan Johnson, Steve Tomlinson, Marty Talar- Freshmen Sophomore Boys Basketball Boys Sophomore Basketball: (first row) Phil Gail, Tim Swesey, Josh Stoffel, Robinson, Tyler Hankins, Paul Halter, Coach Harrison, Scott Murphy, Mike Shelby Anderson, Matt Geyer, Tim Bowden (second row) Eric Engval, Neil Chantler, Jeff Davis, Jeff Davis, Jeff Stenson. 88 Girl golfers strive for excellent year The girls ' golf team was strongly sup- ported by five returning letterwinners: Seniors Lorrie Daugherty and Teresa Gorsche and Juniors Laura Brody, Missy Baker, and Mary Wyckoff. The teams, alongside Coach Jerry Shartner practice daily, except meet days and weekends, at Willow Creek Golf Course and driving range. The team strived for achievement, developing and improving their golf skills. They competed in meets against Metro schools, as well as other high schools in the state. Schartner thought experience, enthusi- asm, and overall improvement helped the team have a promising and successful sea- son. " The season ended up being very fun and rewarding for all the girls, " comment- ed Senior Lorrie Daughterty. Lorrie Daugherty and Missy Baker practice their swings. Varsity Girls Golf: (first row) Seung Chae, Liz Gilbert, (second row) Lorrie Daugherty, Mary Wyckoff, Missy Baker, Shelly Pittman, Coach Jerry Schartner. 89 Team strives to repeat another winning season After beating Dowling in last year ' s state meet and finishing third, the girls tennis team had a difficult season to match. With returning letterwinners Son Chae, who has competed in individual state competi- tion the past two years, Tricia Zarley, Tracy Chapman, Brooke Reichenbauker, and Kathy Murfin, the team had a competitive season. Aaron Wolle, Rick Studins, Bill Spears, Brad Smith, and David Grout were the returning letterwinners for the boy ' s team this year. They worked very hard at their positions after losing their top two players from last year. Fredrik Danielsen and Alexandra Martin, both ex- change students from Sweden, were competitive ad- ditions to the boys and the girls teams. 1. Tricia Zarley follows through on a backhand. 2. Fredrik Daniel- son follows the ball. 3. Aaron Wolle finishes a top spin backhand. 4. Son Chae runs for a forehand. 5. Rick Stundins blocks a return. it i Girls Tennis: (first row) Laura Hanson, Christy Davis, Kathy Murfin, Brooke son, Jenny Alvard, Alexandra Martin, Son Chae, Rene Wessels, Pody Ha Thi, Reichenbacker, Tricia Zarley, Tracey Chapman, (second row) Christy Dick- Julie Ponzeline, Gina Marcum, Melissa Hillham, Coach John Van Why. Boys Tennis: (first row) Bill Spears, Chris Perez, Jason Swindler, Rick Stundins, Hardcastle, Jason Swalve, La Cam, Dave Smith, David Hibbs, D Michael Anderson, Brad Smith, Seth Else, Aaron Wolle. (second row) Jud Fredrik Danielsen, Coach John Van Why. avia or n Individuality provides leadership for season The boys track team got off to a good start with Senior Darin Rippey receiving an award for outstand- ing runner at Lamoni, where he also set a new track record in the mile. The second track meet didn ' t go as well when it was cancelled because of a bomb threat, but the year proved to be more successful as it progressed. The team consisted of six state hopefuls, one being John Kline. The girls track team has 12 returning letterwinners: Billie Dyer, Mary Wellinghoff, Staci Cowen, Leanne Gensch, Lori Blaylock, Dawn Rector, Julie Wellingh- off, Bobbi German, Karyn Riechart, Chris Adams, Mindi Wood, and Vicki Constant. Opening the sea- son at the Drake Indoor, Staci Cowen, placed sixth in the 3000 meter run. " The team consisted of many young runners, but age is not a virtue when there is the will to win behind it " , said Melissa Nessen. 1. Melissa Nessen and Lisa Schnathorst warm up before practice. 2. Bryan Edwards and Greg Leaper pace each other. 3. Greg Ickowitz works on his sprints. 4. Darin Rippey puts in a few miles. 5. Tony Martendale warms up before a time trial. Girls Track: (first row) Carrie Evans, Stacey Monahan, Gabe Cleghorn, Debbie Warren, Tammy Warren, Lori Dowell, Melissa Nessen, Lisa Schnaathorst, Dawn Rector, Michelle Garland, Sharee Burch, Stacie Campbell, Kellie Wil- lams. (second row) Kristen Debord, Sandra Raleigh, Laura Johnson, Amy Carne, Lisa Harris, Lisa Holtman, Carmen Hiracheta, Debbie Agey, Cindy Barsetti, RaeLynn Parks, Debbie Mc Cloney, Tracie Storjohann, Shirley Day, Jill Johnson, (third row) Abby Dodge, Dristina Hartman, Thiloune Mac, Jana Murchison, Gina Stout, Monida Glaze, Carrmann Clark, Mesha Porter, Mindi Wood, Michelle Allen, Chris Adams, (fourth row) Cindi James, Cathy Valenti, Tracy Whisler, Daryn Reichert, Vicki Constant, Leann Gensch, Tiffany Cam- pero, Lorie Spacks, Jody Trullinger, Julie Willinghoff, Jeeni White, (fifth row) Lori Blaylock, Kelly Egenberger, Keely Egenberger, Billie Dyer, Staci Cowan, Tammy Nebola, Julie Cherry, Rachel Wolford, Lisa Vivone, Kim Tweedy, Mary Wellinghoff. 92 Boys Track: (first row) Mike Montgomery, Mike Coniskey, Corey Gatzke, Ted Bolten, Jeff Benn, Greg Leaper, Bill Lapham, Bryan Edwards, Greg Ickowitz, Pat Campero, Tony Martendale, Sean Angus, (second row) Brad Dittmar, Chad Terry, Chris Ball, Jim George, John Clark, Bruce Johansen, Matt Arndt, Gary Tesdell, Larry Loffredo, Chang Chae, Jeff Davis, Tony Gross, (third row) Tom May, Scott Woodruff, Robert Allen, Brian Cummins, Tom Reece, Aaron Kephart, Pete Greco, Danny Prince, Robert Carlson, Lyle Bedford, Jerry Caligiuri, Chuck Grigsby. (fourth row) Todd Fransisco, Jim Clifford, Pat Nel- son, Gene Parker, Tom Fry, Tim Heim, John Zoutte, Dave Gardner, Jason Grubb, George Lawrence, Al Hyslpoe, Don Harris, (fifth row) Bob McVey, Brian Glick, Mike Hall, Jason Fuller, Scott Kinney, Shawn Forrester, Chris Reeves, Travis Frost, Brett Dupes, Jacob Icowitz, Ryan Mulstay, Ray Murry. (sixth row) Paul Quick, Carl Thomas, Brian Berry, Joel Schutte, John Kline, Jason Fransen, Todd Cox, Jeremy Park, Dan Hejkal, Dean Hennesy. 93 94 Lincoln students meet excellence challenges In the past five year period, the Des Moines school district, including Lincoln High School, has adopted critical changes to upgrade the educational program in the Des Moines Public Schools. Among other things, it has increased graduation requirements, added homework, added stress on the basics, and called for an overall attitude to improve education in the public schools. Lincoln High School has responded to this chal- lenge with outstanding merit scholar winners, out- standing vocal and instrumental music programs, a student on the All-State Academic team, and a Na- tional Mock Trial Championship team. Lincoln has re-activated its National Honor Society chapter and offered academic letters to recognize excellence. " These are just a few of the recent achievments at Lincoln High School ' Principal Mel- vin J. Bowen commented, " and I am sure that many more achievements will be forthcoming. This is a credit to the Lincoln students, the community, and the faculty at Lincoln High School. " Larry Martindale Vice-principal Melvin J. Bowen Principal Al Graziano Vice-principal Ralph Maigaard Vice-principal Lola Hill Registrar Dan Murray Freshman Coordinator School Board: (first row) Peter J. Cunningham, perintendent. (second row) Karen Williams, Sue secretary; Barbara Buck, vice-president; Betty Luthens, William Keck, Gloria Hoffman, Jon- Grundberg, president; William Anderson, su- athon Wilson. 1 Faculty and Staff Janyce Abarr, business, OE Cindy Anderson, resource teacher Linda Anderson, attendance clerk Sharon Ashman, resource teacher Ronald Baeth, driver education Gary Bagby, mathematics Jack Baker, counselor Judy Baldwin, attendance clerk David Batts, police liason Anne Bendixen, English Carroll Bennink, vocal music Jacqueline Berguin, social science Kyle Black, business, DECA LeRoy Blackledge, social science Gordon Blenderman, social science Irene Bond, English, SWS Janis Bowden, instrumental music Alice Bowling, nurse Mary Brauninger, orchestra Tom Cady, PE Frank Calhoun, science Drew Cannon, New Horizions John Carle, social science, SWS Janice Carter, resource teacher Robert Case, driver education Donald Ceynar, social science Eugene Clark, drafting Lillian Cole, librarian Floyd Constant, driver education Janice Cord, vocal music r 100 Bob Corey, English Carolyn Cowles, English Spanish Maria Creagh, Spanish Gary Curtis, science Ronadel Davis, work study, PE Dennis Devick, mathematics Carole Dickey, speech debate Peggy Dierzen, English Hugh Drake, PE Elizabeth Edwards, home economics Alan Ewers, science Ada Eehrs, bookkeeper Sally Fisher, business Susan Fitzsimmons, French Joanne Frank, French Walter Franz, mathematics Jean Frazier,PE Gary Gable, social science Lois Gabler, associate Shirley Garland, secretary Joyce Gast, counselor clerk Bill Gilbert, social science Judy Griffin, science Charles Gritton, mathematics Tim Grooters, mathematics Marilyn Groth, English Latin George Hahn, campus secruity Joan Hall, business Maurice Hansen, counselor Roger Hart, BD associate Ronald Harvey, woodshop Larry Hayes, driver education Ace Hendricks, science Jerald Hickey, social science Gerald Jaehnel, English Janice Johnson, English speech Gretchen Kauffman, English Marcy Kauzlarich, business Hugh Kent, science David Killinger, band orchestra Joyce Knock, home economics Clinton Land, NJROTC Jo Leavengood, associate Tom Lee, PE Jan Leise, librarian Jane L ' Estrange, library clerk Ted Leverenz, math, PE Vicki Ligouri, mathematics Robert Locker, auto mechanics Shirley Lueder, mathematics Leigh Lussie, English Richard Malliet, counselor Mary Manuel, nurse ' s ass ' t. Joyce Marks, business Phillip Martin, mathematics Ray McAdam, driver education Betty McEwen, MD CC David McGinnis, science Mike McGivern, business Dale McLean, art Richard McMahon, business Becky McNew, stenographer clerk Laurita Miller, business Tim Miller, LD SCIN Esther Miskimins, stenographer clerk Charles Newton, social science Anne Noah, English David Ortale, social science James Patch, industrial arts Dan Paulson, mathematics, SWS 102 Dennis Peacock, counselor Ed Pilkington, science Susan Pinneke, mathematics Susan Purscell, stenographer clerk Lowell Reed, math, ath. dir. Lyle Reeves, counselor Keith Reins, English Cecil Rhoads, social science Gene Rogers, business Janice Roxberg, home economics Jan Sarlat-Aldridge, associate Susan Sarver, resource teacher Robert Scanlan, social science Patricia Schafer, resource teacher Gerald Schartner, social science Patricia Schwartz, home economics Rowena Schweizer, business Mark Scigliano, campus security Tom Scott, science Cheryl Shroyer, work exp. coord. Aletta Shull, associate Orville Siers, English Wayne Silka, drama, speech Rose Smith, social science Patricia Sonntag, resource teacher Charles Spain, science Don Squires, counselor Kenneth Stancel, metal shop Lorrie Streyffeler, counselor, pupil services Harold Swihart, English Caroline Tate, work study Albert Testa, social science Carol Testa, mathematics Carl VanTuyl, social science Eunice VanTuyl, French, Spanish 103 John Van Why, PE Bob VanderLinden, PE Marlis Wagner, resource teacher Jay Wand, driver education Wanda Weberg, associate Diane Weir, journalism, English Audrey West, resource teacher Carol White, speech, English Ron Whitlatch, mathematics James Wickham, English Donna Yeast, art Jo Yeates, resource teacher Virginia Zinger, social science Kate Hoerl, drama Pam Riggs, home economics Food Service Susan Bergman Janet Boozel Beulah Curry Sandy Ford Phyllis Frederick Dianne Greer Mary Hohl Sylvia Hutchinson Wilma Munoz Carolyn Nash Joan O ' Boyle, mgr. Toni Robbins Marianne Solem Nadine Stafford Maxine Tyler Operations Janet Boozel smiles as students come through her line. Bob Corey thinks that no one in his English class notices his false nose glasses. DECA provides marketing skills Distributive Education Club of America (DECA) teaches retail and marketing skills. Students are released from school in the afternoon to work at jobs requiring skills relating to their class work. In order to raise money to attend area and state conferences, DECA sold Fun Kits and sausage and cheese. First hour DECA officers are Mary Simms, president; Pat Smith, vice-presi- dent; and Stephanie Garrett, secretary treasurer. Third hour class officers are Chris Conn, president; Jill Maldanado, vice-president; and Chantelle Kiplinger, secretary treasurer. 1. Tracey Leech works on her assignment in DECA class. 2. Gaining work experience, Holly Gear totals up a customer ' s order. 3. Leakol Schooler works on the computer at her afternoon office job in the Lin- coln High School attendance office. 4. Michelle Weddell looks over her work before she begins. First hour DECA: (first row) Jill Maldonaldo, Tracey Leech, Melissa Griglione, Shawna Gemma, Vicki Murphy, April Harris, (second row) Terry Davis, Tony Fucalaro, Jeff Edwards, Chris Conn, Deann Ibrahim, Michelle Sanford, Diana Offenbeurger. (third row) Richard John- son, Stacy Potter, Jack Johnson, Mike Miller, Robert Nelson, Ted Gilliam, Julie Hildreth, Linda Carter. 106 Third hour DECA: (first row) Lisa White, Judy Swan, Toni Mauro, Stephanie Garrett, Holly Gear, J.T. Sloan, (second row) Nimisha Patel, Carmen Vosler, Jodi Saltzman, Mary Sims, Pat Smith, Greg Ickowitz, Carol Swolley, Doug Gruber, Kenny Chasten, (third row) David Dar- ling, David Whitlatch, Dennis Hessler, Brad Bea- dle, Mike Roe, Tony Soares, Steve Hurd. Office Education prepares students Office Education Association (OEA), a business course that specializes in teach- ing office skills, provides students with afternoon office jobs. This training pro- vides experiences and refrences for future work. Various fund raisers throughout the year help pay for student participation in re- gional, state and national competition. Eleven OEA students attended the region- al leadership conference. First place awards went to Kris Bird, Jeanie Mayfield, Georgette Robbins, Leakol Schooler, and Angie Hannah, who was the only person to receive two first place awards. Six second place awards, three third place awards, and nine honorable mentions were also received. OEA elects officers to organize social events and hold class meetings. Officers are Marsha Bianchi, president; Jeanie Mayfield and Lisa Kellis, vice-president; Lisa Thiekle, secretary; Kris Bird, treasurer; Georgette Robbins, historian; and Lisa Mefferd, reporter. Marsha Bianchi commented, " It is a ter- rific learning experience that is very help- ful later in the big business world. " OEA: (first row) Kris Bird, Michelle Weddell, Theresa Leo, Lucy Cosenza, Adviser Jan Abarr, Georgette Robbins. (second row) Lisa Mefferd, Leakol Schooler, Angie Hannah, Marsha Bianchi, Lisa Thiekle, Lisa Kellis. 107 Social science offers many helpful courses A large number of classes fall under the catagory of social science: World History, American History, Government, Economics, Psychology, Sociology, and the newest addition, International Relations. Interna- tional Relations is a study of the factors that cause nations to behave the way they do. The course also analyzes modern terrorism and the foreign policies of selected nations. Seven students visited Washington, D. C, with the Close-Up program in March. Close-Up is a nation- wide program designed to help teachers and their students to become directly involved in government branches. They met Congressman Neal Smith, went to seminars, and met with lobbyists and journalists. The Know Your Constitution test was taken by Senior Doug Brooks and Junior Cheryl Cropp. Both were honored at a luncheon at the Savery Hotel where Doug Brooks won a drawing for a trip to Wash- ington, D.C. 1 Liesl Honenshell and Kim Stewart give a cheer for World History. 2. Bert Testa and Cheryl Cropp congratulate Doug brooks on win- ning the Washington trip. 3. Close-Up trip participants: Mekhine Baccam, Sue Brandner, Laurie Weaver, and Bernd Bauer, (not pic- tured) Sherry Dickey, Mark Basher, and Abe Cubbage. 4. Gene Rogers helps Marvin Cason work out a problem on the computer. 5. Melissa Nessen works hard on her clerical typing test. 6. Lucy Cosenza and Teresa Leo discuss the latest OEA fund raiser. 108 Business classes challenge students Due to the many technological changes, the American economy is no longer dominated by agriculture and manufacturing. It is rapidly be- coming a service and information-processing society. To prepare for the present and future changes, students enrolled in the various busi- ness classes are receiving knowledge and train- ing in the information-processing fields. Computers and text-editing equipment are used in the office procedures courses for word processing applications. Students taking Intro- duction to Computer Programming learn to write computer programs using the BASIC lan- guage. In Accounting II, financial statements and reports are prepared by the students using an Apple lie computer. With the accessibility of this and other equip- ment, plus the many other educational oppor- tunities at Lincoln, students have a better con- cept of their future career possibilities. 109 Advanced classes prove successful Advanced Placement English and Senior English were introduced this year to senior students. Combining both Expository Writing and Literary Masterpieces, these classes consist of composition and literature and were created as college preparatory courses. Gretchen Kauffman, who teaches both classes, commented on A. P. English, " It is a wonderful opportunity for high school students to be rewarded for hard work and commitment. Receiving col- lege credit in high school saves valuable time and lots of money! " Creative writing, journalism, drama, and debate are other elective courses offered by the English department. no 7 Students develop skills for future homemaking Home economics courses enable students to de- velop skills in everyday living. The classes include Textiles and Clothing, Child Development, Personal and Family Living, and Foods and Nutrition. Junior Terry Karpan, who took Textiles and Cloth- ing, said, " I ' ve learned a lot about the updated styles in clothes and how to make them. " Elizabeth Edwards, instructor of the Foods and Nu- trition course, said, " It is a growing department with a lot of activity and enrichment. That helps the stu- dents with current, everyday family living. " 1. Mike Edwards is bombarded with globs of chocolate pudding during a stimulus in Creative Writing. 2. Treasa Wikerslam enthusi- astically writes in her English journal. 3. Gretchen Kauffman shows Bruce Johansen how to correctly write his composition. 4. Carol White effectively distracts her class and finds a chance to blow bubbles. 5. Sherry Marshall and Denise Holten put finishing touch- es on their Textiles and Clothing projects. 6. Pam Grubb attempts to make ice cream in Foods and Nutrition. 7. Students in Child Development class listen intently to Patricia Schwartz ' s lecture. 111 1 1. Tricia Zarley smiles in front of Notre Dame Cathedral, saying, " If my friends could see me now! " 2. Maria Creagh makes a grammatical point with vigor! Russ Kuhn looks scared to death! 3. Joanne Frank loves it when someone answers incorrectly because, according to the rules, they must r emain standing until they get it right! 4. Lanette Greco takes tiny bites of her briche de Noel so that they will fit in her mouth, (but we all know better). 112 Language classes find new computer helps The purpose of the Foreign Connection Club is to supplement educational development of the club members. The club also provides activities outside of the class. The foreign language teachers often give students a break by planning a night-time gathering at their favor- ite cultural restaurant. In the fall the students dined at Chi Chi ' s where they welcomed the foreign exchange students to Lincoln. French, Latin, and Spanish classes became computer- ized this year. In order to help Iowa schools encourage foreign language study, an Apple Me computer was pur- chased. The funds came from an enrichment grant from the legislature. The computer is available to students before and after school, during foreign language class, or while a student is in study hall. It is used for additional practice on vocabulary, grammar skills, areas where a student is weak, or for make-up work when a student has been absent. 5. Eunice Van Tuyl uses her cutting ability on a French Christmas dessert called a briche de Noel. 6. Chad Stream expands his vocabu- lary using the new foreign language computer. 7. Lori Wilkinson and Scott James smile after enjoying their great meal at Chi-Chi ' s. 8. Ricky Studins and Valerie Kaczmarek tell the Spanish class what they know about the Christmas bulletin board. 113 " We want to acquaint more students with com- puter use to solve mathematical problems. Our em- phasis is on being a user rather than a programmer. We want students to develop their math skills to the degree necessary for them to succeed in future edu- cation and life 1 commented Gary Bagby, depart- ment chairperson. According to Mr. Bagby, the math department will have two classes which are computer oriented for remedial purposes. The students who will be helped by this program include those having difficulty with introductary math courses and others to be deter- mined by testing. 114 Science students prepare for future The science department offers many dif- ferent science classes: Earth Science, Biology, Physics, Chemistry, Conservation, Botany, Advanced Zoology, and Consumer Chemis- try. According to Tom Scott, chairman of the science department, the main goal of the de- partment is to offer courses which will pro- vide students with an introduction to differ- ent areas of science so the students can make more knowledgable decisions concerning things that will affect their future. 7 1. Lowell Reed watches Brian Lumbard flex his finger muscles before beginning his algebra assignment. 2. Gary Bagby listens intently to Scott James ' explana- tion of a trigonometry problem while Laura Tucker is bewildered beyond belief. 3. Math Club: (first row) Laura Tucker, Gary Bagby, Tracie Storjohann, Laura Kain; (second row) Scott Clair, Chris Delury, Bill Barry, Kyle Leopold, Bernd Bauer, Carl Thomas. 4. Mike McGivern is amazed by his test score. 5. Hugh Kent tells his kiddies yet another joke about the pla- tyhelminthes. 6. At a faculty meeting, Alan Ewers re- ceives the Issac Newton Helmet award for his dem- onstration of gravity. 7. David McGinnis shows soil samples to his OU science class: Teresa Hon, Shan- nette Clark, Mike Weckmen, Bryan Glover, Mike Keeling, Robert Sloan, and Steve Seiberting. 8. Frank Calhoun takes a b reak from grading test papers. t 8 115 9 PE stresses fun, physical fitness " Though it ' s trite, it is true that a sound mind can ' t function without a sound body ' said Tom Cady, physical education teacher. Throughout high school, physical edu- cation is a required course in one way or another. It is either a scheduled course or a contract PE activity, where the student se- lects some activity that involves two hours of exercise a week. Activities such as bowl- ing or jogging weekly are acceptable to the staff. Many students prefer to take their phys- ical education as a class. The class is divided into six-week sessions which consist of various activities: basketball, volleyball, swimming, track, and Softball to name a few. 1. Brian Law and John Clark play one-on-one during gym. 2. Coach VanderLinden enjoys being surrounded by all of his fans. 3. It looks like " Jumpin ' Jack Splash " in a freshmen gym class. 4. Library assis- tants: (first row) Bobbi Kress, Lonnie Adair, Denise Sanders, Jenni- fer Brennon, and Billie Dyer (second row) Shawn O ' Neal, Carl Thomas, Rob Williams, and Sheri Legg. 5. Sophomore Matt Geyer studies in the library. 6. Wanda Weberg signs in her new students. 116 4 6 Many students favor study hall alternatives Lincoln ' s library has been selected as one of three schools to be part of a pilot program to introduce an elec- tronic circulation system into the district libraries. With this new system, books will be checked out by computer. The new system will eliminate problems caused by unrea- dable signatures and placing the wrong card in the book pocket. This system requires that each student show an ID in order to check out books. The library staff will also be able to use the computer to inventory books, a task which must be completed each spring. Student Center is offered to juniors and seniors to sub- stitute for study hall. In the Student Center, students may play foosball and video games, listen to music, or eat from a large selection of snacks. Money spent here goes back into the school to help support various activities. 117 Music groups work hard for top honors Both the vocal and instrumental music programs offered an array of classes: Varsity Choir, Treble Choir, Concert Choir, Chamber Chorale, Swing I, Swing II. For instrumental students; Band, Orches- tra, Jazz Band I, Jazz Band. " Although it has been a hectic year it has been fun, " said Vocal Music Di- rector Carroll Bennink. ■Hi mmm 1. Fred Hale practices some new choreography. 2. Dave Pulliam shows Jeff Winne proper use of the guitar. 3. Meredith Rinker amazes Mr. Bennink with her ability to sing three songs at once. 4. Nicolle Foland gives Jeff Winne, Dave Pulliam, and Alan Marquis lessons on the synthesizer. 118 Art students receive recognition at contest Instructed by Dale McLean and Donna Yeast, art students worked enthusiastically to develop skills and prepare for contests. Projects in the curriculum range from crafts to advanced drawing assignments. In the Scholastic Art Contest, perhaps the most highly regarded contest of the year, three students received gold key awards, while 19 others received honorable mention. The gold key winners were Frank Cardamon, mixed media; Chris Connelly, ink drawing; Todd Herriott, ink drawing. 1. Jimmy Lamb works on a rough draft in drawing class. 2. Members of Mrs. Yeast ' s craft class model their jewelry. 3. Michele Peitsch works hard in crafts class. 4. Melissa Wilson takes a break in drawing class. 119 Driver ed classes teach vital skills Driver Education is a very popular and crowd- ed class. It is offered first semester only since instructors are needed at other schools. Six driving instructors handle 360 students in a pro- gram that is divided into three parts: class, simu- lator, and car. Students are taken on an age and grade basis. Seniors are given priority, followed by the un- derclass, according to birthdate. Students also have an opportunity to take the class during the summer or after school at Central Campus. 1. Eric Arkerman learns basic driving skills in the simulator. 2. Ron Baeth instructs Tracey Wignall, Erica Mazza, and Chris Kelley how to drive on ice and snow. 3. Frank Griffen takes the car out of PARK. 4. Ray McAdam goes for an early morning spin. 120 Industrial art classes provide future skills The industrial art department provides classes to plan for the future in five different areas of study: wood and metal shops, drafting, graphic arts, and auto mechanics. Students can turn their hobbies into fun and exciting trade skills. These classes have instruc- tion for the beginner as well as the advanced student. Projects range from students working on their own cars in auto mechanics to drawing blueprints in drafting. " The new graphic arts program will prodvide an opportunity for students to become aware of the many occupations available in the Des Moines area in printing-related fields ' said Gene Clark. " Architecture class has given me a broad base for college. Most importantly, I have become familiar with CAD computer systems, " said Gina Daghestani. 1. Chris Lawless and Mike Roberts work on new ideas for drafting. 2. Chad Hutchinson draws up plans for a jewelry box. 3. Bill Spears sets type on the poster press. 4. Tom Ward drills a piece of metal in shop class. 5. Mike Miller and Tom Breese attempt an oil change. 9 J 121 Peer Helpers, SIL make transitions Peer Helpers is a select group of 20 ju- niors whoare trained in listening and com- munication techniques, and also in devel- oping a positive self image. In the fall of next year they will help junior high stu- dents adjust to the transition to high school, and through a type of big brother sister program they will work with ele- mentary children in a mutually beneficial experience. " Elementary children look up to Peer Helpers, learn by working with them, and enjoy the interaction ' said Lor- rie Streyfeller. The Students in Leadership program de- velops leadership by getting the students involved in making decisions as a group. Students in Leadership have three major components: self- awareness, leadership development, and student involvement. Members are selected on the basis of po- tential and demonstrated leadership abili- ty. The SIL program is sponsored by Judy Griffin and Drew Cannon. They meet once a month at different Des Moines Schools. Peer Helpers: (first row) Mindy Manley, Gary Loux, Laura Hanson, Mark Cowles; (second row) Cheryl Cropp, Sandi Moffitt, Wendy Wilson, Brook Reichenbacker, Dawn Peterson, Gina Marcum; (third row) Brian Gentry, Phil Chia, Ra- quel Foland, Amy Riccio, Tad Johnson, Brad Pip- pett, Jason Herman, Lance Donaldson, Kristie Davis, Joel Vanderwerff, Mike McCleary, Gary Tesdell; (not pictured) Carrie Meline and Diana Daghestani. Students in Leadership: (first row) Bill Barry, Changyon Pak, Mellisa Campero, Cheryl Cropp; (second row) Rosemary Perez, Kim Clemets, Bill Spears, Ken Ray, Chi Hvi Pak, Tim Bowden; (not pictured) Cheri Damante, Chad McBride, Derek Quijano, Kim Rincon, Paul Schilling, Robert Sloan, Karen Stocker, Fun Vi- sonnavong, Mekhine Baccam, Tera Belinsky, Moises Maldonado, Lonnie Adair, Michelle Alcantar, Renae Hodges, Amphayvanh Rack- sasouk. 122 m ill Various projects keep counselors quite busy It all begins in the counseling center. A listening ear is sought and found. Schedules are made and changed. Problems are presented and solved. Coun- selors have their work cut out for them! In addition, counselors deal with testing (ITED, ACT, PSAT, SAT), scholarships and financial aid for college. Counselors work with the special education pro- gram, the school nurse, psychologist, speech clini- tion and social worker to provide special services where indicated. Computers help run this office efficiently, sorting and recording vast amounts of information, so that friendly and caring counselors will have more time for individual conferences with students. 1. Putting in many long hours, Dennis Peacock pages through ITED answer sheets in the counseling center. 2. Atop a slightly cluttered desk, Lorrie Streyffeler discusses various courses for Troy Thacker ' s future. 3. Richard Eaton waits as Maurice Hansen puts the finishing touches on his schedule change. 4. Richard Malliet does his best to answer questions. 123 Central Campus classes challenge student ability Central Campus offers courses in as many as 26 vocation- al technical areas, as well as 12 academic courses not avail- able in Metro high schools. Students who choose to attend Central Campus take three class period sessions in the morning or in the afternoon. Morning classes meet from 8:45 to 10:45, and afternoon classes meet from 11:25 to 2:25. Approximately 325 Lincoln students attend Central Campus. Walt Wilson, CC counselor commented, " Students who enroll have an opportunity to gain over a thousand hours of training in a vocational area of their choice, and aca- demic students may take unique courses that are not avail- able in the average high school ' 1. Cindy Wilts gets her knee bandaged in Practical Nursing. 2. Shlonda Butts shows Shannon Dewitty how to sew a button hole. 3. Tim Rush is on the air on 88.1 KDPS during Radio and TV Broadcasting. 4. Susan Bowers looks over a negative before making a final print. NjROTC Color Guard: (first row) Dean Hennesy, jackie Vandervort, Jennifer Derryberry, Tracy Let- tington, Mike McGehee, Brian Potter, Eric Beat- tie, Lyle Bedford, (second row) Kim Payne, Christi- na Nelson, Denise Holtman, Petra Vignovich. (third row) James Helt, David Ladurini, Larry Bur- chette, Kelly Doyle, Troy Bresley, Mike Young, Sean Saddler, Troy Marlow, Gerald Caligiuri. NJROTC offers many advantages In its first year, Naval Junior Reserve Training Corps (NjROTC) has enrolled 50 students. Commander Clinton Land of the U.S. Navy instructs classes first and sixth hour at Kurtz Junior High. The program is a 3-year curriculum de- signed to promote self-control, self- discipline, and self-esteem. NJROTC offers many future advan- tages. After graduation, cadets may en- list in any branch of the service at an advanced pay grade. They also have a better chance to get ROTC scholarships and nominations to military academies. NJROTC is a special opportunity for Lincoln students to develop leadership skills and open many career doors. tffsc ' it?- »• fe ' y ? ? ? ' 5 ' i t »V? ' » .-:». 5 VI ■ « 0 - t 9 9 NjROTC Unit: (first row) Commander Clinton Land, Brian Potter, Jennifer Derryberry, Tana Thieleke, Sherry Hammond, Tracy Lettington, Dawn Rec- tor, Sherry Maxwell, Gayla Munyon, Tracy Severeid, James Kell, Denise Holtman, Kelly Burkman, Kim Payne, Jackie Vandervort, Eric Beattie, Lt. Commander Bill Berry, (second row) Sean Saddler, Tammy Haus, Pat Kean, Charlie Tapee, Diane Glover, Arika White, Gerald Caligiuri, Dean Hennesy, Joe Darnall, Christina Nelson, David Ladurini, Wesley Duncan, Randy Chas- ten, Shawn Loney, Alan Scott, (third row) Sandra Raliegh, Raymond Estes, Robert Rasmussen, Mike Hornback, Clayton Learning, Jeff Hewitt, Scott Holmes, Larry Burchette, Mark Spidle, Alicia Turnipseed, Jamey Stanger, Ed Johnson, Lynn Gross, Danny Nisser, Fred Hale, Troy Moyle (fourth row) Jerry Rasmussen, Mike Young, Mike McGehee, Craig Bindrum, Dan Rowe, Rob- bie West, Chris Power, Troy Bresley, Lyle Bedford, James Helt, Ryan Schaffer, Raymond Murray, Kelly Doyle, Tony Harvey, Charlie Massey. 125 □ □ □ Lonnie Adair Wendell Adamson Denise Agee Michelle Alcantar Joseph Aldiano Jeff Allen Michelle Allen Brenda Armstrong Nikole Atkinson Nicole Ayres Mixay Baccam Russel Bair D D Sheila Baker Tracie Baker Dale Baldwin Christopher Ball Eric Barnett Bill Barry Melia Bartlett Ronda Barton 129 Michael Bastian Bernd Bauer Jerry Baumann Peter Beck Jeffrey Beener Bob Beghtel Jeff Benn Kevin Berg 130 a a Marsha Bianchi Russell Bishop Connie Blanchard David Blaylock □ a Douglas Bohall Lori Bonanno Paul Bonanno Susan Bowers Lee Anne Brazelton Noel Brdicko Patrick Brodeur Douglas Brooks a a D □ □ Danny Brown Noel Brown Anthony Burke Marcia Burr □ □ Travis Burris Michelle Burrows Patrick Campero Tiffany Campero □ □ Frank Cardamon Michael Carder Craig Carpenter Jennifer Carpenter □ □ a Lucy Carra Angel Carroll Vicki Carter Ty Castle □ □ a Patty Caughron Angie Cave Ericka Cero Seung Chae 131 132 Son Chae Kimbcrly Christensen Scott Clair Andy Claman a Cheri Clare Cari Clark Mark Clark Shannette Clark Michael Claussen Tina Clem Shawna demons Joyce Cogdill Pamela Coleman Larence Collins Nicole Colosimo Jeff Comstock Christina Conn Christopher Conn Christopher Connelly Vicki Constant Gary Cooksey Debbie Cooper Cindy Cornelius Oscar Corredor □ □ Lucy Cosenza Lynda Cosper Teresa Cowman Brenda Cox a □ Kay Creger James Cronin Lynnette Cross Michael Curtis D D Gina Daghestani Fredrik Danielsen Lisa Daughenbaugh Patrick Daughenbaugh D □ □ □ □ a □ Douglas Daugherty Lorrie Daugherty John Davis Tammy Davis 133 n D n □ □ Travis DeCamp Christopher Delury Peter Denato Jack Dennis Michelle Denny Candace Devlin Michael Dickhoff Erin Didio Dawn Dorris Bradley Downing Joel Drake Carmen Drazek Kelly Drummond Ronnie Dugger Paul Dullard Kristi Durban 134 ifii ust another picture of Bryan Edwards and Nicole Colo- simo. ■ i Cynthia Durban Bryan Edwards Jeffrey Edwards Michael Edwards □ □ Paul Eidbo Bruce Elgin Douglas Elliott Dominic Ellis Bradly Essman Erin Eubanks Paul Evans Donald Exline □ □ Earl Faith Mitchell Falkstrom Corey Faller Mark Fargo □ o a o □ James Fazio William Fei ght Theresa Felice Danee Ferguson 135 f | { A ft k 1 J All li V V 136 John Fillman Nicolle Foland Steven Folkers Tucker Ford John Fortune David Foy David Free Tina Freel Kevin Fritz Charles Funaro Danielle Fuson Kevin Gabbert Brent Garrett Stephanie Garrett Laura Gean Julie George Shelley Geppert Jennifer Getman Heather Geyer Holly Geyer a Connie Gilbert Angela Gilman David Goff Lola Gomez Theresa Gorsche Michael Graber Peggy Gracey Deborah Grange Cheris Gray Jamie Gray Lanette Greco Kimberly Green Melinda Greenwood Melissa Griglione Kelly Grimes David Grout Mike Grubb Pamela Grubb Ann Gustafson Gary Hameister a a o B 137 Mike Swesey and Danielle Fuson think finger painting is fun. James Hamilton Sean Hammer Angela Hannah Vicki Hardman Todd Harper April Harris Kimberly Harris Tammy Harrison David Harter Melanie Hartzer Tony Harvey James Haus Lisa Haus 138 Patrick Havens James Hawk Michael Hawkins Jaime Hawthorne Lisa Hedrick Randal Helm Brad Helmuth Troy Hiatt Julie Hildreth a □ a a a a Debra Hill Michelle Hillman Chad Hitsman Renae Hodges Mark Holdefer Abbie Holmes Ty Castle finally catches his lunch. 139 D □ Carrie Holmes Melissa Holtman Diana Hood Kevin Hoskins Elizabeth Houge Stacy Hovey Kimberly Huffman Shirley Hurd Corissa Hutchins Shelly Hutchinson Teresa Hutchinson Deann Ibrahim Debra Ibrahim Tina Inman Mark Jacobs Robert Jacobsen Shelly James Scott James Ricci Jeffrey Teri Jenkins 140 Kathryn Jensen Melissa Johansen Cassaundra Johnson Cheri Johnson Darci Johnson Gerald Johnson Jack Johnson Michael Johnson Nancy Johnson Richard Johnson Robert Johnson Sara Johnson Dennis Johnston Brian Jones Jill Jones Sandy Jones Edward Karnes David Keck Deanna Keeling Jackie Keller % 9 141 142 Ronald Kelley Lisa Kellis Ricci Kellis Jodie Kephart Steven King Susan King Alisa Kissell Sheena Klug Kristine Knudeson Sandra Konchalski Paula Kroke Russell Kuhn □ □ Bryan Ladd James Lamb Linda Lame Stacy Lampman u William Lapham Christopher Lawless Robert Lay Gregory Leaper Travis Burris and Mike Johnson have a swell time in Peer Helpers. Tracey Leech Shelly Lemke Timothy Lemon Teresina Leo o a Kyle Leopold Mark L ' Estrange Tracy Lettington Scott Lewiston Jeffery Lindemoen Billy Link Charles Little Scott Little Robert Logston Lynn Lundquist a a a a Mario Lundy Jill Maldonado 143 James Marlow Alexandra Martin Terri Martin John Mascaro □ □ Charles Massey Christin Massey Christy May Paul May a a a a a Dennis McBride Gregory McCoy Heather McDonald Michael McGehee Kenneth McGraw Lori McNulty Daniel McReynolds Michele Mealey David Keck lives on the edge. David Mefferd Lisa Mefferd Douglas Miller Gina Miller Kelli Miller Michael Miller Brad Milton Joe Mitchell Scott Mitchell Jamie Mitchels Aaron Mohler Shawn Montgomery D o a Laureen Moor Dianne Morris Shaun Mortimer Kristina Mouzakis D □ □ Robert Moyer Troy Moyle Anastasia Mulvihill Barbara Murphy Jennifer Perkins Robert Peterson Eddie Pickett Michelle Pietsch □ D □ Angela Post Randall Post Stacy Potter Craig Praska Julie Pratt Stephanie Pratt Jody Prock Elizabeth Prymek Sara Quaintance Tina Quick Janice Quijano Amphayvanh Racksasouk n a Tina Ramey Douglas Raper Donna Reasoner Dustin Rector Wendall Adamson enters the third dimension. 148 Stephanie Rector Daniel Reed Terry Riccelli Joe Riccio Margaret Riccio Annette Rice Rodney Richards Wendi Riddle Meredith Rinker Alphonso Rios Christine Rios Robin Rivas Joline Rivera Tyler Roach Kim Robb Michael Roberts D o □ a a a a □ a n □ a n a a a Shaun Roeder Kristen Rogers jack Rogoff Heidi Romans Andrew Ross Amy Ruby Staci Rufer Dale Rumbaugh o a a □ Noelle Runyan Kenneth Rush Mark Salvaggio Richard Samson Sandra Sandelin Daniel Sanford a a □ □ D □ a O Michelle Sanford Shawna Sanford Mike Bastian appreciates Noel Brdicko ' s Bohemian ver- sion of Santa Claus. 149 1- 150 Kirsten Sanning Lisa Schnathorst Pamela Schneider James Schrock Paul Scott John Seals Michelle Searcy Denise Sevedge Cynthia Shaffer Jeffrey Sherman Lee Simms Stacey Simms Braden Slade Kevin Slezak Tori Soda II Sup Song Catherine Sonnenburg Sandra Sorensen Kelli Sparks William Spears in - Li V v MJI Lisa Speck Susan Spidle Pamela Spring Lee Stahl Sheryl Staley Candy Stamper Ann Stark Christina Steffens Daniel Stenstrom Mark Sterns Ginger Stevenson Kimberly Stodgel Stephen Stoermer Alan Surbaugh Peter Susie jamesina Sutherlin Michael Swesey Angela Tamasi Deborah Tedesco Lisa Thielke 1 1 1 • ik M T ip JT " 9 151 □ in V Is this really what a Senior class does? jamie Wallendal Laurie Weaver Michelle Weddell Debbie Weikam a a a Tony Weisshaar Todd Welch Pat West Robert Whicker Camille White Lisa White Mark Whitfield John Wiezorek a a Tracy Wignall a a 153 □ a Tracie Williamson Jodi Wills Colleen Willson Melissa Wilson Ricky Wilson Janelle Wiltsie Scott Wingerson Teresa Winslow a a Mark Wishman Stephanie Wolfe Garla Woods Ricky Work Dawn Wright Maria Wright Paulette Wright Sarah Wyckoff a □ 154 Doug Raper gets caught stuffing his face. a a a a Patricia Zarley John Zaver Susan Bradner James Borland Cole Cross Willie Davis Wade DeGrotte Deandra Germany Tracy Howard Melody Knowles Tina Schaefer Lori Wilkinson Tammy Hutchinson Chantelle Kiplinger Matt Verhuel a □ □ a □ Senior officers plan action-packed year The Seniors first priority was to choose their class officers. The officers planned and helped organize the various senior activities with the help of homeroom representatives. Noel Brdicko was elected president of the senior class. Some of his responsibilities were working with all the com- mittees and leading the seniors. Michael Bastian was elected vice-president. He helped with Class Day along with faculty sponsor Eugene Clark. David Keck, secretary, took notes and sent out invitations to guest speakers. Gina Daghestani, treasurer, handled the financial details which included announcements and name card money and senior dues. Senior Banquet was held April 10 at the Des Moines Mar- riott Hotel. Filet mignon was selected as the entree. Senior Prom was May 9 at the Drake Olmsted Center. Midnight Masquerade was chosen as the theme with black, silver, and red as the colors. Masks, glasses, keychains and pendants were sold to raise money. The committee, with the help of faculty sponsors Gary Bagby and Tim Miller, decorated and prepared everything for the special night. Scholarships and awards were given to outstanding sen- iors at Class Day, May 29. Class Day also helped seniors prepare for graduation. Commencement took place at Veterans Memorial Audi- torium, May 31 at 2 p.m. The guest speaker was Dr. Ray Pugh. Our senior year is the end of a very long road. On this road we had some ups and downs, but always seemed to make things work. We made new friendships that we will cherish for a lifetime. Now it is time to start the journey down a whole new road — to start the rest of our lives and go our separate ways. 1. Prom committee members Angela Gillman, Kelly Sparks, Christy Nicholson, Lori McNulty, Abbie Holmes, Tricia Zarley, Kay Creger, Angie Vivone, and Shirley Hurd think of a theme. 2. Senior Michell Pietsch gets measured for her cap and gown. 156 Top 3 percent Angie Cave Seung Eun Chae Gina Daghestani Christopher Delury Peter Denato Erin Didio Nicolle Foland David Grout James Hamilton Angela Hannah Scott James Ricci Jeffrey Melissa Johansen Russell Kuhn Kyle Leopold Sara Quaintance Michele Weddell Top 15 percent Nikole Atkinson Christopher Ball Bill Alan Barry Susan Bradner Noel Brdicko Douglas Brooks Laura Brown Vicki Carter Ericka Cero Scott Clair Andy Claman Tina Clem Pamela Coleman Kandace Devlin Michael Dickhoff Joel Drake Kristi Durban Michael Edwards Paul Eidbo Corey Faller John Fillman Danielle Fuson Cheris Gray Lanette Greco Ann Gustafson Harry Hager Tammy Harrison Jaime Hawthorne Randal Helm Michelle Hillman Abbie Holmes Kevin Hoskins Cheri Johnson David Keck Kristen Knudsen Terri Martin Christin Massey Gregory McCoy Lori McNulty Gina Miller Shawn Montgomery Troy Moyle Cynthia Newkirk Christy Nicholson Scott O ' Neal Michelle Pietsch Angela Post Amy Racksasouk Donna Reasoner Meredith Rinker Daniel Sanford Denise Sevedge Pamela Spring Sheryl Staley Sharla Tiffany Petra Vignovich Johnnine Wadle Jamie Wallendal Robert Whicker Camille White John Wiezorek Melissa Wilson Teresa Winslow Ricky Work Maria Wright Sarah Wyckoff Patricia Zarley Crystal Coulter ■ Marcu of ' 88 175 Nuckolls Swindler Patty Egenberger entertains the class with a speech about a merous situation. 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" Service INC. 243-5269 1320 GRAND 60 YEARS ] v CONTINUOUS j stnvct J DES MOINES Congratulations Class of " 87 " Pete Mazza and Family 207 Drug mart CONGRATULATIONS SENIORS! 6 Convenient Des Moines Area Locations S.W. 9th and McKinley E. 28th and Hubbell 3615 Beaver 1220 Grand, West Des Moines 80 School Street, Carlisle 421 Laurel Southtown Furniture House GAIL (BUD) McANINCH Auctioneer 285-5151 • Mew 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 2817 INGERSOLL AVE. 515-283-2121 EAST DES MOINES National Bank Member F D I C S.E. 14th Indianola Road East 14th and Euclid East University and Hubbell Pleasant Hill, Iowa 244-6677 Allied Wholesale Meats, Inc. 2418 Sunset Road 2430518 Complete Supplies of Choice Meats Seafoods " Quality and Service a Must ' Congratulations Seniors! 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" we use exactly what the card says 515-288-1132 1514 High Street Des Moines, Iowa 227 Edwards Graphic Arts, Inc 228 Calcaholics Anonymous 229 231 ABE ' S BABES 234 235 237 238 239 Boys, girls go to State INDEX Abies, Leslie 176 Ackelson, Steve 162,164 Ackey, Daryl 162,164 Adair, Lonnie 129 Adams, Chris 92,162 Adamson, Chad 83,176 Adamson, Jeana 30,31,176 Adamson, Wendell .... 30,31,34,129,148 Agee, Denise 129 Agers, Danny 189 Agey, Debbie 92,189 Ahlberg, Carrie 162,164 Airhart, David 189 Akers, Doug 189 Akkerman, Eric 176 Alarcon, Linda 176 Albaugh, David 162,164 Alcantar, Michelle 129 Aldiano, Joseph 74,129 Aldini, Lori 176 Alexander, Darrin 189 Allen, jeff 12,13,129,162 Allen, Lisa 45,29,189 Allen, Michelle 30,92,129,162,164 Allen, Mike 30,162 Allen, Robert 64,65,189 Aller, Brian 162,164 Aller, Brad 189 Aller, Michelle 30,31,176 Aller, Tammy 176 Alvarez, Angel 162,164 Alvord, Jennifer 29,91,189 Amundson.Joe 189 Anderson, Harvey 189 Anderson, Margaret 30,162 Anderson, Michael 91,189 Anderson, Shelby 88 Andreano, Christi 17 6 Andrew. Damon 176 Andrews, Robert 39,74,162,164 Angus, Melissa 176 Angus, Sean 65,93,162 Angus, Shae 23 Anne Brazelton, Lee 130 Annett, Cathy 29,176 Armel, Karen 189 Armel, Lance 37,162 Armstrong, Brenda 129 Armstrong, Debbie 162,164 Armstrong, Jim 42,162,164 Armstrong, Lisa 189 Arndt, Matt 26,93,162,164 Arpy, Brian 71,176 Ashman, George 67,70,77,162 Atchison, Leon 176 Atkinson, Amy 189 Atkinson, Nikole 28,48.49,129 Atkinson, Troy 189 Atwood, Kim 34,162 Avila, Angie 162,164 Ayers, Mike 88,189 Ayres, Nicole 129,162,164 B Baccam, Malaykha 189 Baccam, Mekhine 36,37,108,162 Baccam, Mixay 129 Baccam, Somkoum 162,164 Backstrom, Heather 29,189 Backstrom, Heidi 162,164 Bagwell, John 71.189 Bailey, Craig 176 Bainter, Steve 70,162,164 Bair, Jennifer 162,164 Bair, Russell 129 Baird, Gregory 162,164 Baker, Aimee 189 Baker, Brian 176 Baker, Daniel 189 Baker, Deanna 189 Baker, Lisa 189 Baker, Matt 176 Baker, Missy 78,79,81,89,162 Baker, Sheila 129 Baker, Taffi 29,189 Baker, Tracie 12,49,129 Balducki, Ron 176 Baldwin, Dale 129 Bales, Mike 74 Ball, Christopher 74,93,129 Ball, Clint 74 Ballard, Malinda 162 Baratta, Louie 162,164 Baratta, Luigii 189 Barker, John 162 Barnett, Eric 129 Barnes, Troy 176 Barnhart, Jason 189 Barnhart, Trisha 162 Barr. Bryan 162 Barry, Bill 35,83,115,122,129 Barsetti, Cindy 92,189 Barth, Jennifer 189 Bartlett, Melia 129 Bartlett, Nicole 29,189 Barton, Ronda 129 Bashor,Mark 189 Bason, Marie 162 Bastian, Michael .... 13,41,70,128,130,149 Bates, Carrie 27,28,162 Bates, Mike 189 Bauer, Bernd 40.108.115,130 Baumann, Jerry 130 Baur, Bernd 26.27 Bayles, Marci 189 Beadle. Brad 106,162 Beam. Danielle 176 Beattie, Eric 125,189 Beck, Jennifer 41,162 Beck, Marne 176 Beck. Peter 74,130 Becker, Pat 176 Bedford, Lyle 93,125,162 Beeman, Donna 162 Beener, Jeffery 130 Beener.Jodi 189 Beerbower, Laurie 176 Begntel, Bob 130 Belinsky, Tera 30,162 Bell, Cindy 162 Bell, Mike 29,31,189 Bender, Troy 176 Bendixen, Angie 18.30,176 Benefiel. Carmen 176 Benefiel " , Joaquin 71 Benge, Jeff 162 Benge, Jennifer 176 Bengfort, Tracy 176 Benki, Eric 83,189 Benn, Jeff 67,70.93,130 Bennett, William 176 Bently. Tim 176 Berardi, Nicole 29,189 Berg, Kevin 130 Berger, Tammy 163 Bergis, Eric 70,163 Berhow. Beth 189 Berkeman. Kelly 189 Berkeman, Kenna 163 Berkland. Michelle 33,163 Temperatures rise as Peter Denato waits to give blood. Bernholtz, Tracey 176 Berry, Brian 70,77,93.163 Berry, Carl 163 Bertrand. Deanna 176 Bertrand. Diana 176 Bianchi, Jeff 176 Bianchi, Joe 71,189 Bianchi, Marsha 107.130 Bianchi, Paul 189 Biggs, Michelle 163 Bindrum, Craig 70,125,163 Bingamen, Bill 163 Bingham, Melissa 26.189 Biondi. Randy 70,163 Bird. Kris 107.163 Birnbaumer, Tina 190 Birnbaumer, Todd 176 Bishop, Debbie 30.31,176 Bishop, Russell 70.130 Bitting. Shelly 190 Black. Kelly Blackburn, Mike 26.176 Blair. Joel 176 Blakeslee, Sherry 190 Blanchard, Connie 130 Blaskovich. Ryan 176 Blaskovich. Tom 176 Blaylock, David 13.130 Blaylock. Lori 92.176 Blevins. Michelle 30.163 Blodgett. Dave 190 Blonigan, Robert 71,77,176 Boemer, Jody 82 Bohall, Amy 190 Bohall, Douglas 130 Bohall, Mary Lou 163 Bolten, Chris 177 Bolton, Ted 70,93.163 Bonanno, Lori 78.79.130 Bonanno, Paul 130 Bondura, Stacy 29,190 Boodry. Scott 190 Boozel. Debbie 163 Boozell, Nicolle 190 Boozell. Russel 177 Borkgren. Billi Jo 163 Borland, James 33,155 Boston. Terri 177 Boston. Timothy 190 Bostwick, Gina 29 Bostwick. Gine 190 Both. Michelle 190 Bougher, Danny 190 Bowden, Tim 122 Bowen. Tim 88.177 Bower, Julie 163 Bowers. Susan 48.49.124,130 Bowman, Mary 163 Braack, Lisa 163 Bradner, Betsy 155 Bradshaw, Sarah 23,26.177 Braun, Tamara 163 Brazelton, LeeAnn 130 Brdicko. Noel .... 149 Breckenridge, Tammy 28,163 Breese. Tom 163 Bremer. Denise 163 Bremnan, Jennifer 42 Brennan, Jennifer 163 Bresley.Troy 125.190 Brewer. Renee 190 Bright. Kale 30,163 Brightman. William 177 Brockman. Mike 163 Brodeur. Brian 177 Brodeur. Patrick 130 Brodie. Laura 163 Brom. Jason 190 Brooker, Denise 36.37,177 Brookhart, Chad 177 Brookhart, Jamie 177 Brooks. Dana 30.163 Brooks, Douglas 33.34,108.130 Brooks, James 177 Brooks. Jill 190 Broomfield.Chad 37.190 243 Brown, Amy 177 Brown, Angela 44,163,177 Brown, Chris 190 Brown, Danny 131,163,190 Brown, Denny 163 Brown, Donald 177 Brown, Kimberly 190 Brown, Melissa 163 Brown, Mike 177 Brown, Noel 131 Brown, Rebecca 177 Brown, Richard 163 Brown, Shelby 177 Brown, Tabetha 190 Brown, Tracy 177 Brown, Troy 177,71 Brown, Wendy 163 Bruce, Matthew 190 Brummett, Melinda 177 Brunk, Matt 163 Brunsvold, Michael 163 Bryson, Angela 29,190 Buchanan, Tony 177 Buchanar, Kristi 190 Budgell, Charlotte 163 Bull, Clint 177 Bunce, Chris 27,28,177 Burber, Stephen 190 Burch, Sharee 92,190 Burchette, Larry 125,177 Burgan, Mylon 190 Burgett, Brian 30,31,177 Burke, Anthony 131 Burke, Billy 190 Burke, janel 190 Burke, Marcella 190 Burkhardt, Chris 19,163 Burkman, Kelly 125 Burks, Carla 177 Burks, Sarah 163 Burks, Tracey 163 Burn, Jennifer 177 Burnett, Bob 74,177 Burr, Marcia 131 Burris, Travis . . . 12,13,58,59,67,70,131,143 Burrows, Michelle 131 Burrows, Naomi 190 Burt, Diana 30 Burt, Wendy 177 Burton, Steve 177 Burton, William 71.190 Busby, Tara 177 Buske, Lora 177 Butrick, Danny 177 Butts, Shlonda 124 Byars, Christine 82,177 Byers, James 177 Cahill, Alex 163 Cain, Christina 28,29,190 Calaro, Michael 190 Caligiuri, Gerald 28,93,125,177 Callahan, Brian 77 Cam, La 71,91,177 Camacho, Montez 190 Camacho, Shelley 190 Campbell, Camille 30 Campbell, Charles 190 Campbell, Stacie 92,190 Campero, Melissa 23,122,178 Campero, Patrick 93,131 Campero, Tiffany 64,92,131 Campo, Jon 190 Campo, Tracey 40 Canty, Charles 177 Canty, Lisa 177 Cardamon, Frank 131 Carder, Chad 190 Carder, Michael 131 Cariglino, Christina 36,42,44,177 Carlo, Anthony 190 Carlson, Robert 42,93,190 Carnine, Kristie 36,37 Carpenter, Chris 191 Carpenter, Craig 33,131 Carpenter, Jennifer 131 Carr, Denise 30 Carr, John 36,37,77,177 Carra, Lucy 131 Carroll, Angel 30,131 Carroll, Edward 191 Carroll, Jennifer 191 Carter, Chad 26,27 Carter, Dwan 177 Carter, Joe 33,34 Carter, Linda 106 Carter, Vicki 23,131 Casner, William 191 Cason, Marvin 70,108 Casper, Jill 191 Cassidy, Charles 191 Castellano, Tina 29,178 Castle, Jay 71,178 Cataldo, Carma 191 Catron, Joseph 29,65,191 Caudle, Jeff 191 Caughron, Patty 131 Cavan, Thack 178 Cavanaugh, Tom 178 Cave, Angie 16,17,21,33,35,131 Cave, Brad 31,191 Cemore, Deena 23,30,178 Ceretti, Lonnie 77,191 Cero, Ericka 131 Cerrato, Tina 178 Chae, Chang 36,37,71,93 Chae, Seung 23,28,35,89,131 Chae, Son 91,132 Chae, Wan 90 Chandler, Leona 191 Chaney, Lori 191 Chantler, Mike 88 Chapman, John 27,191 Chapman, Tracy 28,78,79,91 Cha rron, Brian : 26,27,191 Chasten, Kenny 106 Chasten, Randy 83,125,19 Chea, Chang 71 Cherry, Julie 28,30,92 Cherry, Lashay 29,191 Chestnut, Tammy 30 Chia, Phil 85,122 Chiles, Bobbi 191 Choi, Scott 74,191 Christensen, Amy 191 Christensen, Cheri 31 Christensen, Karen 191 Christensen, Kimberly 132 Christopherson, Nicholas 191 Chumbly, Jennifer 191 Clair, Brian 191 Clair, Scott 36,37,115,132 Claman, Andy 30,132 Clare, Cheri 132 Clark, Cari 132 Clark, Carrmann 92,191 Clark, John 93 Clark, Lisa 191 Clark, Mark 132 Clark, Michelle 27,28,191 Clark, Missy 82 Clark, Shannette 115,132 Claussen, Michael 70,132 Claussen, Todd 71 Clayton, Art 191 Cleaner, Kim 191 Cleghorn, Gabe 92 Cleghorn, Gabrielle 191 Clem, Tina 132 Clemons, Andy 59 Clemons, Shawna 106,132 Clifford, James 191 Clifford, Jim 93 Clifton, Shelly 30 Coan, Linda 191 Cody, Mark 71 Cogdill, Joyce 132 Cohow, Kevin 163 Cole, Christy 191 Cole, James 191 Cole, Lori 191 Joel Drake demonstrates that one can actually study during student center. Coleman, Pamela 33,35,132 Collier, Mike 71,191 Collins, Larence 132 Colosimo, Nicole 49,132,134 Combs, Carl 26,27 Comer, Shana 30 Comer, Shawna 29 Comiskey, Mike 93 Comstock, Jeff 132 Cone, Tim 70 Coney, Shawn 191 Conn, Chris 106 Conn, Christina 132 Conn, Christopher 132 Conn, Maurice 191 Connelly, Christopher 132 Connett, Brian 42 Conrath, Holly 191 Constant, Vicki 92,132 Cook, Mike 59 Cooksey, Gary 133 Cooper, Bart 191 Cooper, Debbie 133 Cooper, Donald 191 Cooper, Jason 71 Cope, Cari 39 Corigliano, James 26,31,71,191 Corley, Jennifer 29 Cornelius, Cindy 133 Cornelius, Marcie 30 Cornwell, Chad 30,70 Corredor, Oscar 74,133 Cosenza, Jennie 178 Cosenza, Lucy 107,108,133 Cosper, Lynda 133 Coulter, Brandice 192 Courtney, Jeremy 192 Courtney, Jim 71,192 Cowan, Staci 92 Cowen, Staci 28 Cowles, Mark 122 Cowman, Teresa 133 Cox, Brenda 133 Cox, Ronda 165 Cox, Todd 71,93 Cozad, Pam 165 Crane, Amy 26,82,92,192 Crane, John 178,192 Crawley, Angela 192 Crees, Dawn 165 Crees, Michelle 26,178 Creger, Kay 12,49,133,156 Creger, Tisha 178 Crewse, Scott 74,192 Crise, Jeff 165 Cronin, Leanette 178 Cronk, Kim 192 Crooks, Cristi 165 Cropp, Cheryl 23,108,122,165 Cross, Cole 155 Cross, Lynnette 133 Cross, Robert 71,192 Crouse, Harold 74,192 Crowley, Scott 165 Cruber, Julie 178 Cruchelow, Troy 192 Cruikshank, Arthur 178 Cubbage, Abraham 39,192 Cumings, Mike 36,37,165 Cummins, Brian 192 Cunion, Jim 165 Cunningham, Crystal 41 Curtis, Kathy 192 Curtis, Michael 133 Curtis, Ryan 88,192 Custard, Steve 192 D Daggett, Blondeana 178 Daghestani, Diana 22,23,40,165 Daghestani, Gina .... 14,22,23,35,128,133 Damante, Cheri 178 Damerolle, Angie 192 Danca, Rosina 29 Daniels, Michael 192 Daniels, Paris 192 Daniels, Troy 28,165 Danielson, Fredrik 40,70,71,90,91 Darby, Tina 178 Darling, David 106 Darnall, Joe 125,165 Darrah, Jodi 165 Daughenbaugh, Christine 178 Daughenbaugh, Lisa 133 Daughenbaugh, Melissa 78,79,81,165 Daughenbaugh, Patrick 12,14,33,41, 45,70,133 Daugherty, Bradley 31,129,192 Daugherty, Douglas 133 Daugherty, Lorrie 89,133 244 Davey, Bryan 178 Davey, Michelle 29,192 Davidson, Brad 178 Davidson, Kari 28,165 Davidson, Scott 31,33,165 Davis, Amy 178 Davis, Becky 165 Davis, Cindy 30,165 Davis, Danny 192 Davis, Dawn 192 Davis, jeff 71,88,93,178 Davis, Jenni 178 Davis, John 133 Davis, Julie 192 Davis, Kristie 16,21,30,91,165,122 Davis, Lisa 165 Davis, Phillip 178 Davis, Shane 192 Davis, Tammy 133 Davis, Terry 106 Davis, Tony 178 Davis, Willie 155 Day, Danielle 165 Day, Shirley 26,92,178 Dayton, Troy 71,74,192 DeAngelo, James 71,85,86,87,178 DeCamp, Travis 134 DeForest, Ryan 192 DeFransisco, Denise 165 DeGroote, Boobie 192 DeCrotte, Wade 155 DeMoss, Michelle 165 DeShong, Michelle 27,28,178 Debord, Kristen 92,178 Deering, Shawnette 165 Defrancisco, Christine 192 Dekeyzer, Amy 178 Delury, Chris 70,115 Delury, Christopher 70,134 Denato, Anne 165 Denato, Peter 33,134 Dennis, Jack 134 Dennis, Rachel 178 Denny, Michelle 30,134 Denny, Travis 74,178 Derryberry, Jennifer 125,192 Dershem, Kevin 192 Devick, Denise 30,165 Devlin, Candace 134 Dewitty, Shannon 124 Dey,Trish 165 Dhabalt, Brandy 23,178 Dhabolt, Amy 192 Dickey, Sherry 165 Dickhoff, Michael 42,134 Dickson, Christy 91,192 Dickson, Dalles 165 Didio, Erin 35,47,134 Dill, Larry 178 Dillard, Steve 70,77,165 Dillinger, Steve 192 Dillion, Brad 165 Dilse, Natalie 42,192 Dingeman, John 192 Dinnen, Kevin 165 Dinwiddie, Cianan 165 Dittmar, Brad 70,93,165 Dobson, Richard 178 Dodge, Abby 29,92,192 Doke, Jeff 165 Dolch, Scott 38,39,178 Donaldson, Lance 30,74,122,165 Dondlinger, Mary 178 Dooley, Jim 192 Dority, Dawn 192 Dorris, Dawn 134 Doughty, Kelli 29,165 Douglas, Chad 70,165 Dow, Christopher 41,165 Dowell, Lori 92,192 Downing, Bradley 134 Doyle, Kelly 125,178 Drake, Joel 85,86,134 Draper, Rosanna 192 Draper, Roxanna 178 Drazek, Carmen 40,134 Drottz, Terry 165 Drummond, Kelly 14,49 Duckworth, Todd 165 Dueling, Darin 70,166 Dugger, Chad 71,192 Dugger, Ronnie 134 Dullard, Bryan 178 Dullard, Paul 134 Duncan, Wesley 125,193 Dunham, Eddie 77,193 Dunham, Jerry 77,166 Dunston, Raleigh 178 Dunston, Wendy 166 Dupes, Brett 93,71,77,193 Dupuy, Ted 70,166 Durban, Cynthia 135 Durban, Kristi 17,33,34,134 Durbin, Cynthia 33,34 Durbin, Jonathon 193 Dyen, Billie 64 Dyer, Teresa 166 Dyke, Erett 193 E Eagen, Monty 193 Eaton, Ken 193 Eaton, Kim 166 Eaton, Richard 123 Eberle, Karissa 179 Edenburn, Brad 193 Edgington, Jeanna 193 Edgington, Julie 166 Edwards, Bryan . . . .48,49,59,70,92,93,134, 135 Edwards, Jeffrey 106,135 Edwards, Michael. . . . 1 3,48,49,74,1 1T,1 35 Edwards, Ross 166 Edwards, Teanna 179 Egenberger, Bryant 166 Egenberger, Keely 23,92,179 Eggers, Neal 193 Eidbo, Paul 135 Elements, Kim 82 Elgin, Bruce 33,38,39,41,83,135 Elgin, Melinda 179 Eller, Dorrie 29,179 Elliott, Douglas 135 Ellis, Dan 71,193 Ellis, Dominic 135 Ellis, Nick 33,34 Ellis, Sam 83.166 Ellison, Danny 71 Ellson.Dan 193 Ellwanger, Leann 179 Elmore, Lisa 166 Else, Seth 28,33,71,91,179 Emmons, Sherri 19,166 Endres, Maria 22,23,166 Engval, Eric 88 Enos, Tillie 193 Entsminger, Tim 166 Eriksen, Adam 166 Erickson, Tracy 29,193 Ericson, Wendy 26,29,193 Ervin, Keri 166 Essman, Bradly 135 Esterman, Joseph 179 Estes, Raymond 125,166 Eubanks, Erin 135 Evans, Brian 193 Evans, Carrie 92 Evans, Cassie 193 Evans, Mike 166 Evans, Paul 135 Evans, Sam 42,43,48,49 Evison, Ronnie 193 Ewing, Barb 193 Ewing, Michelle 166 Examan, Shane 27 Exline, Donald 135 Exman, Shane 26,193 Faith, Earl 135 Falkstrom, Mitch 47,135 Falkstron, Matt 193 Faller, Amy 193 Faller, Corey 135 Fargo, Mark 12,21,67,70,135 Farnsworth, Missy 193 Farrington, Lisa 54 Fast, Ray 30,166 Fatino, Todd 74,193 Faust, Eric 29,193 Fazio, James . . .135 Fazio, Tina 27,28,179 Fedson, Chris 179 Feight, William 135 Felice, Theresa 135 Fenimore, Kristin 193 Ferguson, Angie 179 Ferguson, Danee 12,13,135 Ferguson, Darin 71,179 Fering, Chris 179 Ferlitsch, Penny 166 Ferrur, Robert 179 Fessler, Dennis 166 Fessler, Kathi 193 Fessler, Noramn 193 Fetters, Dave 179 Feucaloro, John 193 Filippeli, Paul 193 Fillman, John 28,34,136 Filter, Elizabeth 179 Finch, Clover 36,37,193 Finken, Jill 30,166 Fisher, Andy 40,74,166 Fisher, Melissa 166 Fitzgerald, Lora 33,34,166 Flaherty, Mark 166 Flores, Alvira 179 Flores, Angel 193 Flores, Anthony 193 Floyd, Michael 179 Foland, Nicolle 33,34,118,136 Foland, Raquel 33,78,122,166 Folkers, Steven 136 Folkstad, Bob 26,27,193 Ford, Jason 179 Ford, Tucker 136 Forester, Sean 71 Formaro, Mark 179 Foronato, Ronald 193 Forrester, Shawn 71,93,193 Forst, Debbie 179 Fortune, John 136 Foy, David 136 Fransen, Jace 71,179,193 Fransen, Jason 93 Fransisco, Todd 31,33,93,166 Franz, Steve 166 Fravel, John 193 Fredrick, Jeff 70,166 Free, David 136 Free, Marcy 193 Free.Tisha 193 Freed, Lei 179, Freed, Lynne 179 Freeljeff 179 Freel, Tina 136 Friend, Jody 179 Friend, Melissa 27,28,179 Fritz, Kevin 136 Frost, Travis 29,71,74,93,193 Fry, Tom 93,193 Fucalaro, John 71.88 Fucaloro, Tony 106 Fuller, Brad 31,33,34,70,166 Fuller, Carry 179 Dawn Rector intensely concentrates on the basketball game. 245 Fuller. Jason 93,193 Funaro, Charles 136 Funaro, Clarissa 193 Funk, Barbara 29 Funk, Mike 166 Furrey, Kathey 194 Fusari, Angel 194 Fuson, Danielle 136,138 Gabbert, Jennifer 194 Gabbert, Kevin 47,136 Galde. Cindy 28,166 Gale, Amy 179 Gale, Jeff 166 Gale. Michelle 194 Gale, Phil 42,88,194 Gallagher, Mike 194 Gamble, Debbie 26,27,179 Gardner, Dave 93,179 Garland, Betsy 36.37 Garland, Cheryl 194 Garland, Elizabeth 194 Garland, Gary 179 Garland. Michelle 29,92,194 Garret. Christopher 194 Garrett, Brent 136 Garrett. Stephanie 106,136 Garrington, Tom 194 Garsh, Lisa 194 Gass, Vicki 179 Gates, Betty Jo 29,166 Gathercole. Chad 29,194 Gathercole, Jenie 28.179 Gatzke. Corey 93,166 Gean, Laura 136 Gear, Holly 106 Gensch, Gery 179 Gensch, Leann 92,166 Gentry, Brian 85,86,87,122,166 George, Jim 93,166 George, Julie 136 Geppert, Shelley 30,136 German, Bobbie 78.81.179 Germany, Deandra 70,155 Germany, DeVndra 70 Gero, Brian 166 Gesualdo, Tiffenie 194 Getman, Jennifer 136 Geyer, Darwin 166 Geyer, Heather 136 Geyer, Holly 136 Geyer, Joel 194 Geyer, Matt 71,88,179 Ghee, Rick 194 Gibson, Juliet 194 Gibson, Philip 194 Gilbert, Connie 137 Gilbert, Elizabeth 89,179 Gilliam, Shane 179 Gilliam, Steve 166 Gilliam, Ted 106 Gilman, Angela 49,137,156 Gilmer, Angie 179 Gioffrredi, Gary 42,70,167 Glasford, Shannon 71 ,194 Glaxe, Monika 92,194 Glick, Brian 71,93,194 Glick, Tim 167 Glover, Bryan 115 Glover, Dianne 125,180 Godfroy, Jessica 194 Goff, David 137 Gomez, Joe 59 Gomez, Lola 137 Gomez, Vicki 167 Gordon, Lisa 81,82,180 Gorsche, Linda 64,82 Gorshe, Linda 194 Gorshe, Luann 194 Gothard, Rachael 194 Graber, Michael 137 Gracey, Peggy 28 Gracey, Terrance 194 Graeve, Ken 194 Graham, Jeff 167 Graham, Jon 71,88,194 Grange, Charles 194 Grange, Corissy 167 Grange, Deborah 137 Gray, Arick 74,180 Gray, Cheris 137 Gray, Jamie 137 Greco, Lanette 49,112,137 Greco, Peter 180 Green, Kevin 180 Green. Kimberly 137 Green, Linda 180 Green, Michael 194 Greenwood, Mike 194 Greenwood, Melinda 137 Grier, James 180 Griffin, Frank 167 Griglione. Anthony 194 Griglione, Melissa 106,137 Griglione, Richard 71,194 Grigsby, Charles 29,93.194 Grimes, Lincoln 30,31,180 Groen, Kristi 167 Gross, Lynn 125,167 Gross, Tony 93,180 Grout, David 33,91,137 Groves. Scott 180 Grubb, Jason 83,93,180 Grubb, Mike 137 Grubb, Pamela 111,137 Grubbs, Christy 30,33,167 Gruber, Doug 106,167 Grylls, Jennifer 194 Gurton, James 180 Gustafson, Ann 49,137,156 Gustafson. Chris 71.180 Gustafson, Denise 22,23,167 Guthrie. Mike 180 Guttenfelder, Jennifer 29,194 Gutuskie. Paula 28,180 Guynn, Michelle 194 Guzman, Dana 167 H HaThu, Pody 91 Haizenga, Suzanne 29 Hale, Fred 31,71,74,118,125,180 Hall, Angela 194 Hall, Mike 77,93,194 Hall, Rich 167 Hall, Russell 88,194 Hall, Ryan 194 Halter, Paul 88,180 Halver, John 194 Hameister, Gary 137 Hameister, James 138 Hamilton, James 138 Hamilton, Michael 195 Hamilton, Pete 167 Hamilton, Stacey 195 Hammer, Sean 138 Hammond, Matt 167 Hammond, Sherry 125,195 Hankins, Tyler 45,71,87,88,180 Hannah, Angela 35,107,138 Hansen, Allen 167 Hansen, Bobbi 180 Hanson, Laura 33,91,122,167 Hanson, Mary 195 Hardcastle, Justin 71,88,91,195 Hardie, Brian 167 Hardman, Vicki 138 Harless, Christina 18,36,180 Harman, Jan 180 Harold, Angie 29 Harper, Todd 138 Harpster, Amber 180 Harpster, Heather 180 Harris, Andrea 30 Harris, April 106,138 Harris, Don 71,93,195 Harris, Kimberly 46,47,138 Harris, Lisa 82,92,195 Harrison, Bonnie 180 Harrison, Eric 74,195 Harrison, Holly 28,180 Harrison, Tammy 138 Harter, David 138 Hartley, Nancie 195 Hartman. Kristina 28,92,180 Hartzer, Melanie 138 Harvey, Tony 70,77,125,138 Hassel, Kristi 29,195 Hatfield, Robert 167 Hathi, Pody 195 Hauck, Donna 167 Haus, James 138 Haus, Marty 26,180 Haus, Shannon 167 Haus, Tammy 125.195 Hause, Lisa 138 Havens, Patrick 138 Hawk, James 77,139 Hawk, Melissa 42,195 Hawkins, Michael 139 Hawthorne, Jaime 46,47.139 Haynes, Rashell 167 Hays, Anita 195 Hays, JoAnna 167 Heaberlin, Kip 195 Hebron, Russell 195 Hechenlively, Robert 195 Hedrick, Stephanie 29,31,195 Heidorn, Lisa 167 Heim, Timothy 93,195 Heimbaugh, Candy 29 Heitman, Stephanie 36,37,195 Hejkal, Daniel 71,93,195 Helm, Chris 71,167 Helm, Craig 195 Helm, Randal 139 Helmuth, Brad 139 Helt, James 125,195 Henderson, Jon 71,195 Henderson, Leana 195 Hendrick, Lisa 139 Hendricks, Ace 70,167 Hendricks, Tammy 180 Hennesy, Dean 93,125,180 Henrichs, Dotty 78,79,167 Hensley, Matt 180 Henson, Kristine 195 Herman, Jason 122,167 Hernandez. Rich 167 Herold, Angela 26,195 Herriott, Todd 36,37,167 Herzberg, Jeffrey 180 Hessler. Dennis 106 Hewitt, Jeff 125,167 Hews, Steve 167 Hiatt, Troy 139 Hibbert, Eric 195 Hibbs, David 27,28,180 Hickman, Mark 195 Hic kman, Matthew 195 Higdon, Cindy 195 Highland, Clint 180 Highland, Marina 180 Hildebrand, Shawn 180 Hildreth, Julie 106,139 Hileman. Shannon 195 Hill, Debra 139 Hill. Kristie 195 Hill. Mike 195 Hillinger, Chad 195 Hi II man, Melissa 29,91,195 Hillman, Michelle 35,139 Hills, Chad 195 Hinds, Randall 195 Hinojosa, Sandra 180 Hiracheta, Carmen 92,180 Hiscocks, Paul 26,167 Hitsman, Chad 139 Hobson, Dean 71,195 Hockensmith, Jay 29,37,196 Hodges, Renae 139 Lyle Bedford checks blood-alcohol levels at the SADD assembly. 246 Hodges, Ronda 180 Hofbauer, Amy 29,1% Hoffman, Todd 77 Hogue, Everett 71,180 Hohenshell, Liesl 18,45,108,180 Holdefer, Mark 139 Holdefer, Matt 195 Holder, Amy 1% Holland, Sam 167 Holmes, Abbie 49,55,139 Holmes, Carrie 140 Holmes, Scott 125,1% Holten, Denise 111 Holtman, Denise 125,180 Holtman, Lisa 29,64,92,1% Holtman, Melissa 64,140 Holton, Jennifer 23,167 Hon, Carrie 23,30,167 Hon, Teresa 115 Hook, Nora 16 Horak, Alyce 1% Horn, David 1% Horn. Scott 167 Hornback, Mike 125,1% Horton, Marty 1% Hoskins, Kevin 70,140 Houge, Elizabeth 140 Hovey, Stacy 59,70,71,140 Howard, Tracy 155 Howe, Troy 1% Hoyka,Che 1% Hudson, Aaron 1% Huffman, Jeff 29 Huffman, Kimberly 140 Hufschmid, David 27,28,196 Hughes, Chrystal 30,31,196 Hui Pak.Chi 30,122,184 Hui Yi, Yung 30 Huizenga, Suzanne 195 Huntsinger, Carol 29,167 Hurd, Shirley 21,140 Hurd, Stephen 106,167 Huss, Michon 30,31,168 Huss, Mike 196 Hutchins, Corissa 140 Hutchinson, Andy 168 Hutchinson, Chad 180 Hutchinson, Julie 168 Hutchinson, Mindy 181 Hutchinson, Ralph 74,181 Hutchinson, Shelly 140 Hutchison, Roger 71,195 Hyatt, Mike 196 Hymen, Tony 1% Hysler, Alfred 1% Hyslope, Alfred 26,71,74,93 I-J Ibrahim, Deanna 54,55,106,140 Ibrahim, Debra 140 Ickowitz, Greg 92,93,106,168 Ingvall, Eric 70,168 Inman, Tina 45,140 Irons, Angie 23,168 Isobaker, James 36,37,1% Ison, Marnie 1% Ivera, Corey 201 Jacobsen. Robb 42 Jacobsen, Sarah 181 Jakowitz, Jacob 1% James, Cindi 9,93,181 James, Donnie 181 James, Scott 70,113,115,140 James, Shelly 140 James, Tammy 1% Jamez, Anthony 1% Jamez, Tina 1% Janssen, Scott 1% Janssen, Steve 168 Jarnagin, Christina % 37,196 Jarnagin, Sean 168 Jarshaw, Tom 70,168 Jeffrey, Ricci 35,46,47,140 Jeffries, Robert 168 Jenkins, Teri 140 Jennings, Nichole 26,168 Jennings, Rhonda 1% Jensen, Kathryn 141 Jergens, Michelle 168 Johannesen, Kelli 181 Johansen, Melissa 35,141 Johanson, Bruce 70,93,111,168 Johnson, Britt 181 Johnson, Bruce 70 Johnson, Cassaundra 141 Johnson, Cheri 33,46,47,141 Johnson, Christopher 181 Johnson, Darci 141 Johnson, Desira 14,22,23,168 Johnson, Ed 125 Johnson, Eric 71,196 Johnson, Gerald 85,141 Johnson, Heather 29 Johnson, Jack 106,141 Johnson, Jason 88,196 Johnson, Jeff 1% Johnson, Jeffrey 181 Johnson, Jill 28,92,168 Johnson, Jo in 1% Johnson, Laura 26,27,28,92.181,196 Johnson, Melinda 1% Johnson, Melissa 168 Johnson, Michael 70,71,141,143 Johnson, Nancy 27,28,141,168 Johnson, Richard 106,141 Johnson, Ryan 71,88,196 Johnson, Sara 141 Johnson, Scott 28,71,196 Johnson, Stevan 181 Johnson, Tad 122,168,196 Johnson, Tiffany 28,181 Johnston, Brenda 30,168 Johnston, Dennis 12,70,141 Johnston, Edward 1% Johnst on, Ethan 74,181 Johnston, Kammy 168 Johnston, Kristy 1% Johnston, Sheryl ,.181 Johnston, Teri 181 Jones, Angela 1% Jones, Brian 141 Jones, Denise 23,168 Jones, Jeffrey 168,181 Jones, Jill 28,141 Jones, Kelly 168 Jones, Michelle 181 Jones, Nicole 168 Jones, Sandy 141 Jordan, Andrea 1% Jordan, LTsa 168 Jordan, Michelle 196 Jordan, Shelby 29 Jorgenson, Jeff 39,181 Joss, Robert 197 K Kaczmarek, Valerie 113.168 Kain, Laura 36,37,40,115,168 Karno, Nick 168 Kallas, Christina 40,168 Karnes, Edward . .141 Karnes, Lalonna 197 Karnes, Ted 74,181 Karpan, Terry 168 Kaster, Kim 19 Kean, Pat 125 Keck, David 33,85,86,128.141,144 Keeling, Mike 115,181 Keho, Scott 168 Kelce, Cathy 168 Kell, James 125,197 Keller, Doug 42,168 Keller, Jackie 33,141 Kelley, Chris 70,168 Jamie Mario doesn ' t know which way is up. Kelley, Richard 71,181 Kelley, Ronald 142 Kellis, Jamie 197 Kellis, Jason 197 Kellis, Lisa 107,142 Kennedy, Beth Ann 30,168 Kennelley, Dana 197 Kenny, Mark 71,77,197 Kenoyer, Gene 71,74 Kenoyer, Robert 197 Kenyon, John 168 Kephart, Aaron 29,71.181 Kephart. lodie 49,142 Kert,Kathy 181 Kesselring, M ci 181 Kham, Baccam, Malay 82 Kiefer, Kent 197 Kiene, Chantel 30,181 Kimberly, Nicole 26,27,197 King, Julie 27,28,168 King. Linda 28.30.168 King, Steven 142 King, Susan 26,48.49,142 Kinney, Larry 181 Kinney, Scott 93 Kinny, Scott 197 Kirkman, Robert 33.34 Kissel. Wendy 197 Kissel. Alisa 142 Kissell, Sophia 197 Kline, John 71,93,181 Kline, Lori 197 Kline, Stacy 197 Klinge, Aaron 29,77,197 Klinge, Fred 77 Klug, Jeff 197 Klug.Sheena 142 Kneile, Aaron 168 Knight, Nikole 23,181 Knight, Sonja 36,37.168 Knode, Francis 181 Knowles, Melody 155 Knox, Jeff..... 168 Knudeson. KfMne 142,169 Knudsen, Susan 169,197 Koenig. Heather 30,169 Koenigs, Jon 169 Kokke, Cathaleen 169,197 Konchalski, Sandra 142 Kost, Tanya 29,197 Kozak, Karen 181 Kramer, Jamie 181 Kramer, Jeff 197 Kramer. Jereruy " 169 Kramer, Josh « 197 Kress, Bobbie 181 Krinn, Jeremy 181 Kroke, Paula 142 Kuehl, Alan 181 Kuhn, Angela 197 Kuhn, Russell 142 Kurth.Cory 181 Estrange, Mark 70.143 LaDoux. Michelle 197 LaMunyon, Monique 39.169 Ladd, Brenda 197 Ladd, Bryan 77,142 Ladurini, David 125,169 Lainson, Jane 30 Lair, Jacquie 30,181 Laison, Jane 31 Lamb, James 42,119,142 Lambert, Brian 181 Lame, Linda 30,34,142 Lampman, Stacy 142 Lampman.Troy 181 Lapham, William 70,93,181 Lara, Jesska 26,197 Larson, Kerry 169 Last, Michelle 181 Lauer, Wi lliam 30,36,37,169 Lavison, Jane 181 Law, Bryan 84 Lawless, Christopher 84,142 Lawless, Gina 29.197 Lawrence, George 71,93,197 Lawrence, Scott 182 Laws, Scott 182 Laws, Andy 26,27 Laws, David 169 Lay. Robert 142 Learning, Clayton 125,197 Learning, Diana 169 Leaper, Gregory 142 Leavengood, Kristin 30,182 Leclair, James 197 Leech, Tracey 106,143 Leedy,Mike 169 Legg, Darci 169 Legg, Deric 169 Legg, Sheri 182 Leib, Julie 182 Leigh, Susan 169 Lemke, Rodney 182 Lemke, Shelly 143 Lemon, Tim 30.34 Lemon, Timothy 143 Leo, Charles 197 Leo, James 169 Leo,Tresina 107.108,143 Leonard, Casey 29,30.182 Leonard, Shelly 169 Leopold, Kyle 115,143 Leslie, Lester 169 247 Brdd Pippettt takes a break to recuperate from the video games in student center. Lester, Karmen 197 Lettington, Tracy 125,143 Levang, Jason 169 Lewis, Chad 197 Lewis, Jim 169 Lewis, Kyle 29,197 Lewis, Ron 169 Lewis, Scott 182 Lewis. Shawn 197 Lewiston. Scott 143 Lidemoen, Jeffery 143 Lile, Jeff 169 Lilly, Rhonda 169 Lilly, Stacie 182 Link, Billy 143 Lipson. Mark 182 Little, Charles 143 Little, Kelly 197 Little, Scott 143 Little, Sharon 169 Little, Tammy 29,182 Livingston, Rick 182 Livingston, Stephanie 26 Livingston, Wendy 27,28,169 Lleyhorr, Tom 197 Lloyd, Robby 59 Locke, Stacy 30,182 Lockey, Arvana 26,27,182 Loffredo, Larry 65,93,182 Logsdon, Jeremy 197 Logston, Larry 169 Logston, Robert 143 Loney, Shawn 125 Loney, Tina 169 Long, Benjamin 182 Long, Charice 22,23,30,182 Long, Chuck 169 Long, Mark 169 Longcor, Traci 182 Longeor, Sharon 197 Loux,Cary 31,33,70,122,169 Lovan, Bounheushg 169 Lovan, Pam 182 Luce, Brian 197 Lucia, Nicole 198 Luffy, Cher 29,198 Luge, Jenny 198 Lukehart, Teresa 78,81,169 Lukenbill, Tricia 169 Lumbard, Brian 74,115,182 Luna, Chad 198 Luna, Gonzalo 198 Luna, Randy 71,198 Luncsford, Alissa 198 Luncsford, Steven 182 Lundeen, Jay 169 Lundgren, Scott 71,88,198 Lundy. Chad 182 Lundy, Mario 42,48,49,143 Lunquist, Lynn 143 Lutyens, Aaron 88,198 Lyons, Kristie 19J Lyons, Trisha 16 M Mack, Kevin is Macken, Scott IS Mackey, Deanna 16 Mackey, Mike 70,16 Madero, Jennifer is Makowski, Joseph 29, 1S Makowski, Susan 169 Maldonado, Jill 106,143 Maldonado, LeeAnn 29,198 Manley, Mindy 31,40,122,169 Marasco, John 182 Marcinaro, Robbie 198 Marcum,Gina 40,91,122,169 Marec. Marci 198 Marino, Marty 169 Marinaro, Thomas 29,182 Marquardt, Jason 67 Marlow, James 70,144 Marlow, Troy 125,182 Marquardt, Jason 85,87,170 Marquis, Alan 33,118,170 Marshall, Amy 170 Marshall, Sherry 42,111,170 Martendale, Tony 92,93 Martin, Alexandra 40,91,144 Martin, Margaret 182 Martin, Shawna 198 Martin, Terri 144 Martmdale, June 198 Martindale, Tony 42,170 Martinez, John 170 Martinsen, Paul 28,182 Marturello, Deanna 170 Marvin, Melissa 198 Mascaro, John 42,144 Mason, Corey 71,198 Massey, Charles 143,144 Massey, Christin 144 Massey, Charlie 125 Matalone, Paula 30 Mathews, Mike 198 Matney, Jeff 170 Matthess, Laura 198 Mauro, Toni 106,170 Maxon, Grace 182 Maxwell, Sherry 125,182 May, Christy 144 May, Paul 144 May, Philip 198 May, Tom 71,93,182 Mazza, Erica 182 McAninch, Shannon 23 McAninch, Tracy 170,198 McBride, Chad 182 McBride, Dennis 144 McBride, Jason 198 McBroom, Candy 182 McBroom, Melissa 26,38,170,198 McCall, Mark 170 McCan, Dennis 170 McCarrell, Willie 85,87,170 McCarthy, Kevin 77,182 McCarty, Shane 198 McCaughey, Misty 182 McCauley, Shaunna 198 McClain, Missy 170 McCleary, Mike 40,122,170 McCloney, Debbie 92,182 McCollough, Christina 198 McConnell, Karmie 182 McCoy, Amy 28,42 McCoy, Daniel 170 McCoy, Gregory 34,144 McCuen, Melody 29,198 McCurnin, Maria 39 McDaniel, Johnny 182 McDonald, Benjamin 198 McDonald, Heather 144 McDonald, Jennifer 82,198 McDougall, Kellie 182 McDowell, David 30,34,170 McElvoque, Chris 182 McElvouge, Mary 170 McGehee, Michael 42,125,144 McGraw, Kenneth 144 McGregor, Johnnie 182 McGregor, Lisa 182 McGregor, Tonya 170 McGriff, Bryan 182 McGriff, Michelle 170 McGriff, Scott 71,198 McKern, Becky 170 McKinney, Kim 183 McLaughlin, Jody 26 McLaughlin, Joseph 198 McLaughlin, Kathy 37,170 McNally, Dana 78,81,82,198 McNelley, Christopher 198 McNew, Bonnie 198 McNulty, Lori 34,49,144,156 McPherson, Scott 182 McPhillips, Brian 170 McReynolds, Daniel 144 McVey, Bob 93 McVey, Bobby 71 McVey, Brian 70,170 McVey, Robert 198 McWilliams, Jodie 30,183 Mealey, Michele 144 Mealey, Todd 170 Medina, Greg 183 Mefferd, David 145 Mefferd, Lisa 107,145 Mefferd, Lori 198 Meggison, Tim 183 Meisterburg, Mara 183 Melia, Elisa 170 Meline, Carrie 23,40,170 Meline, Ellen 40 Messier, Michelle 183 Methfessel, Eric 70,170 Meyers, Jeff 30,41,77,183 Meys, Raymond 183 Mezera, Frank 170 Michaud, Kristy 198 Miler, Todd 170 Miller, Adam 183 Miller, Amy 183 Miller, Brad 183 Miller, Brooke 26,198 Miller, Corinna 183 Miller, Chris 33,34 Miller, Douglas 145 Miller, Elizabeth 29,198 Miller, Gina 16,21,145 Miller, Joe 170 Miller, Kelli 145 Miller, Mary 29,199 Miller, Mellisa 170 Miller, Michael 145 Miller, Mike 1% Miller, Tammy 170 Miller, Teri 183 Miller, Todd 85,87 Milligan, Robert 183 Millls, Barb 183 Mills, John 199 Mills, Kristy 30,170 Millsap, Traci 183 Milton, Brad 145 Mischel, Richard 183 Mitchell, Denice 183 Mitchell, Joe 145 Mitchell, Melissa 29,170,199 Mitchell, Scott 145 Mitchell, Todd 30,170 Mitchels, Jamie 145 Mock, Crystal 199 Mock, Robby 170 Moffit, Cheryl 199 Moffitt, Sandi 122 Mohler, Aaron 145 Mohler, Julie 183 Molloy, Craig 199 Molloy, Kevin 40,170 Monahan, Stacey 92,199 Montano, Danniel 29,199 Montgomery, Mike 26,93,199 Montgomery, Shawn 145 Moor, Laureen 145 Moore, Calvin 170 Moore, Erika 36,37,199 Moore, Loori 199 Moore, Tangie 29,199 Moorman, Matt 199 Morano, Stephanie 26,183 Morey, Wendy 199 Morgan, Frank 199 Morgan, Karen 199 Morowski, David 199 Morris, Dianne 145 Morris, Marcia 170 Morrison, Janessa 199 Morrison, Tracy 199 Mortimer, Shaun 145 Morrow, Sam 183 Morton, Jami 199 Mosena, Crissi 28 Moser, Joan 171 Moser, Lawrence 183 Moural, Bob 77,183 Moural, Jason 77,171 Mouzakis, Bob 199 Mouzakis, Dan 183 Mouzakis, Kristina 145,171 Mowrey, Renee 171 Moyer, Robert 145 Moyle, Troy 125,145 Mulstay, Ryan 71,93,199 Mulvihill, Anastasia 145 Mulvihill, Melinda 183 Munoz, Oscar 40 Munsinger, Katherine 183 Munyon, Ellen 199 Munyon, Gayla 125,171 Munyon, Lisa 183 Munyon, Pamela 183 Murchinson, Jana 199 Murchison, Jana 82,92,29 Murfin, Kathy 91,171 Murphy, Barbara 145 Murphy, Derek 30 Murphy, Scott 42,88,183 Murphy, Vicki 106 Murray, Ray 70,93 Murray, Raymond 125,183 Mussman, Tim 83 Mussmann, Barry 70,171 Mussmann, Timothy 199 Mutchler, Heidi 29,199 Myers, Hiedi 183 248 Myers, Mynde 199 Myers, Shane 171 Myers, Rachelle 183 Myres, Rachelle 183 N Naples, Anthony 171 Nash, David 146 Nebola, Tammy 92,171 Neckols, Rob 71 Neely, Shannon 183,199 Nelsen, Christina 199 Nelsen, Robert 146 Nelson, Angel 171 Nelson, Chad 27,199 Nelson, Christina 29,125 Nelson, James 199 Nelson, Jeff 70,171 Nelson, Jeffrey 146 Nelson, Lance 146 Nelson, Lori 49,146 Nelson, Pat 71,93,183 Nelson, Robert 106 Nelson, Steven 199 Nessen, Danny 71,183 Nessen, Melissa 92,108,146 Newell, Arthur 146 Newell, Brett 183 Newell, Jeffrey 146 Newell, Jennifer 27 Newell, Jenny 28,146 Newer, Nancy 183 Newkirk, Cynthia 146 Nichols, Ron 199 Nicholson, Christy .... 16,17,21,33,49,146 Nipper, Mike 183 Nisser, Danny 125 Nixon, Rachell 183 Nizzi,Teri 199 Nobba, Madeline 199 Nobile, Mark 171 Noboa, Elsa 183 Norris, Kelly 29.183 Nucaro, Tony 30.33 Nuckolls, Stephanie 183 Nuckolls, Robb 30,183 O O ' Conner, Jeff 199 O ' Conner, Mike 199 O ' Conner, Missy 171,199 O ' Conner, Renee 171 O ' Conner, Tad 184 O ' Donnell, David 199 O ' Keefe. Amy 171 O ' Neal, Scott 33,34,146 O ' Neal, Shawn 71,184 O ' Neel.Cory 146 Offenburger, Diana 106,146 Oliver, Bruce 171 Olsen, Tony 184 Olson, Arthur 146 Olson, Paul 71,199 Olson, Swain 199 Olson, Tricia 23,171 Ortega, Hecter 171 Ortega, Tom 184 Ory, Carrie 199 Otis, Richelle .....171 Overton, Donna 200 Overton, Julie 44,146 Overton. Paul 200 Ovrton, Rebecca 200 Padavich. Crystal 28,171 Page, Tom 200 Page. Mickey 171 Pagel, Doug 71,184 Pak, Changyon 122,146 Palladino. Chris 184 Panzeline, Julia 200 Park, Jeremy 93 Park, Raelynn 171 Parker, Gene 71,93,184 Parker, Monica 38,40,171 Parkin, Lora 200 Parks, RaeLynn 92 Parnell, Grant 200 Parson, Tammy 200 Parsons, Larry 146 Patel, Milan 146 Patel, Nimisha 106,171 Patel, Trupti 146 Paton, Alisha 200 Patterson, John 200 Patterson, Mike 71,88,200 Payne, Greg 29,30,184 Payne. Kim 125,200 Peitsch, Michelle 119 Penland, Angie 200 Perez, Chris 91,184 Perez, Rosemary 122,184 Perkins, Jennifer 13,48,49,147 Perry, John 41,74,171 Peters, Tim 200 Peterson, Bruce 71,184 Peterson, Dawn 122,171 Peterson, Robert 70,147 Phillips, Floyd 83,200 Pickett, Eddie 147 Piercson, Mark 200 Pietsch, Michelle 147,156 Pinegar, Fred 200 Pinter, Emily 184 Pippett, Brad 60,67,70.84,85,122,171 Pirkle,Bill 200 Pittman, Shelly 89,171 Plummer, Jason 200 Pody. Hathi 200 Poeder, Darbi 29 Ponyeline, Julie 91 Pool, Linda 200 Poortinga, Bill 184 Poortinga, Todd 71,184 Poortinga, Tonya 200 Pope, Michelle 200 Pope, Tolela 171 Porter, Andy 71 Porter, Dawn 184 Porter, Kelly 171 Porter, Mesha 92 Porter, Messha 200 Porter, Misha 78 Porter, Tania 200 Portor, Andy 184 Post, Aletha 171 Post, Angela 35.147 Post. Randall 147 Potter, Brian 125.200 Potter, Stacy 106.147 Potts, Elizabeth 184 Powell, Jacqueline 200 Power, Chris 125,171 Praska, Craig 147 Pratt, Julie 28,48,49,147 Pratt, Norma 184 Pratt. Stephanie 147 Prenosil, Stacy 36.37.184 Preston, Paula 200 Prettyman, Craig 77,171 Price, Dan 36 Price, Mike 200 Prince, Dan 37,71 Prince, Daniel 184 Prince, Jim 184 Prine, Melissa 200 Prock, Jody 147.171 Prock, Sheilia 200 Prusia, Mike 184 Prymek, Elizabeth 147 Pryor, Bobby 171 Pulliam, David 33,34,70,118.171 Puis, Lori 29.200 Purdy, Jackie 26,184 Putney, Chris . . Putney, Robert . .171 .184 Reed. Richard. . . Reed, Rick Reeser, Tony Reeves, Chris . . . 200 200 200 . 31,77,93.201 Quaintace, Jennifer 200 Quaintance, Sara 147 Quick, Paul 93,200 Quick, Tina 147 Quijano, Derek 184 Quijano, Janice 147 Quintana, Jason 171 Quirk, Richard 184 R Racksasouk, Amphayvanh 147 Racksasouk, Viengkhon 171 Racksasouk, Vongkham 200 Raleigh, Matt 29,200 Raleigh, Sandra 92,125,184 Ramey, Tina 147 Ramirez, Kristen 171 Ramos, Ana 184 Ramos, Phil 59 Ramsey, Ron .200 Randolph, Karena 184 Rankin, Amy 184 Raper, Douglas 58,59,147,154 Rasmussen, Jerry 125 Rasmussen, Robert 125,200 Ray, Ken 77.122.184 Ray. Lisa 200 Raymond, Angela 171 Raymond, Marty 184 Reasoner, Dawn 171 Reasoner, Dennis 83,184 Reasoner, Donna 147 Recton, Dustin 147 Rector. Dawn 23,38,92.125,172 Rector, Stephanie 30.34,147 Reece, Tom 74.200 Reed.Chico 16,17 Reed, Dan 33 Reed. Daniel 31.148 Reeves, Lora 184 Reeves, Ricky 29 Reeves, Rocky 201 Regmuss, Jerry 201 Reichenbauker, Brooke . . . 45,91,122,172 Reichert, Karyn 82,92,184 Reid, Amanda 184 Reid. Mike 172 Remele, Dawn 26,172 Remeo, Patricia 201 Ren. Steve 172 Renda, Traci 172 Renken, Bud 71.88 Renken, Rodney 201 Rexroat. Julie 201 Reynolds, Chad 27,184 Reynolds, Kimderly 201 Reynolds, Mark 27,28,172 Reynolds, Missy 201 Rhoads, James 201 Rhoads, Marcy 184 Rhode, Suzanne 31.184 Rhodes, David 201 Riccelli, Terry 70,148 Riccio, Amy 122.172 Ricciojoe 33,34.148 Riccio. Margaret 148 Rice, Annette 148 Rice, Bill 172 Richards, Brandy 29.201 Richards, Jeff 59 Richards, Rodney 148 Richards. Steven 184 Richardson, Hope 172 Richmond, Stacie 184 Riddle, David 201 Riddle. Wendy 42.43.148 Rincon, Adrian 71 Rincon. Jason 29,201 Rinehart, Nicole 172 Rinker. Meredith 33,34,35.118.148 Rios, Alphonso 148 Rios. Christine 148 Rios. Tina 16.17 Rippey. Darin 64,65.92 Rissman. Rob 185 Rivas. Chelly 82.29 Stacey Rueffert and Sherry Wasko do just what the sign says. 249 Raper, Douglas 58.59,147,154 Rasmussen, jerry 125 Rasmussen, Robert 125,200 Ray. Ken 77,122.184 Ray. Lisa 200 Raymond. Angela 171 Raymond, Marty 184 Reasoner, Dawn 171 Reasoner, Dennis 83.184 Reasoner, Donna 147 Recton, Dustin 147 Rector, Dawn 23,38,92,125,172 Rector, Stephanie 30,34,147 Reece, Tom 74,200 Reed, Chico 16.17 Reed. Dan 33 Reed, Daniel 31,148 Reed, Richard 200 Reed. Rick 200 Reeser, Tony 200 Reeves, Chris 31,77,93,201 Reeves, Lora 184 Reeves, Ricky 29 Reeves, Rocky 201 Regmuss, Jerry 201 Reichenbauker, Brooke . . . 45,91,122,172 Reichert, Karyn 82,92,184 Reid, Amanda 184 Reid. Mike 172 Remele, Dawn 26,172 Remeo, Patricia 201 Ren, Steve 172 Renda, Traci 172 Renken, Bud 71,88 Renken, Rodney 201 Rexroat, Julie 201 Reynolds, Chad 27,184 Reynolds, Kimderly 201 Reynolds, Mark 27,28.172 Reynolds, Missy 201 Rhoads, James 201 Rhoads, Marcy 184 Rhode, Suzanne 31,184 Rhodes, David 201 Riccelli, Terry 70,148 Riccio, Amy 122,172 Riccio, Joe 33.34,148 Riccio. Margaret 148 Rice, Annette 148 Rice, Bill 172 Richards. Brandy 29.201 Richards, Jeff 59 Richards, Rodney 148 Richards, Steven 184 Richardson, Hope 172 Richmond, Stacie 184 Riddle, David 201 Riddle, Wendy 42,43,148 Rincon, Adrian 71 Rincon, Jason 29,201 Rinehart, Nicole 172 Rinker, Meredith 33,34,35,118,148 Rios, Alphonso 148 Rios, Christine 148 Rios, Tina 16.17 Rippey, Darin 64,65,92 Rissman, Rob 185 Rivas, Chelly 82,29 Rivas, Debbie 172 Rivas, Robin 148 Rivas, Rochell 201 Rivas, Sherri 201 Rivera. Joline 55,148 Riveriaestrella, Jean 185 Roach, RJ 185 Roach, Tyler 148 Robart, Jennifer 172 Robart, Michael 71,201 Robb, Kim 148 Robb, Kristina 172 Robbins. Georgette 172 Robert, Bonnie 201 Roberts, Chris 172 Roberts, Loucinda 185 Roberts, Michael 13,148,185 Robins, Georgette 107 Robinson, Brent 28,172 Robinson, Neal 27,28,185 Robison, Neal 88 Robuck, Jason 201 Rodish, Renee 172 Rodriquez, Ramona 185 Roe, Jennifer 26.27,78,81,185 Roe, Mike 106,172 Roeder, Darbie 201 Roeder, Shaun 149 Roerig, Shane 71,201 Rogers, Jeff 172 Rogers, Kristen 149 Rogoff, Jack 149 Rogoff, Kim 172 Rokey, Steve 201 Roland, Heather 172 Roland, Jody 36.37,185 Roland, Kris 29,201 Rollins, Patrick 172 Romans, Heidi 47,149 Romine, Paul 70,172 Romeo, Patty 29 Rosinor, Danee 185 Ross, Andrew 149 Ross. Jessie 201 Roth, Catrina 185 Roth, Jeff 26,74.185 Roth, Jim 172 Rotta, Mike 172 Routh, Kelley 185 Rowan, Mike 71,77,185 Rowe, Dan 125,185 Rowe, Phil 185 Rrebhuhn, Yvonne 184 Ruan, James 201 Ruby, Amy 149 Rudolf, Rick 185 Rufer, Staci 33,34,149 Rumbaugh, Dale 149 Rumbaugh, Malynda 201 Runyan, Noelle 47,149 Rusari, Angel 29 Rush, Kenneth 149 Rush, Matt 71,185 Rush, Tim 45,124,172 Rushing, Linda 201 Rushton. Paula 185 Russell, Chad 14,70,172 Russell, Ricky 201 Russo, Joe 172 Russo. Patricia 201 Sacks, Karrie 185 Saddler, Sean 125,201 Saf. Kellie 30 185 Saitta, Jennifer 18.31,185 Salmon, Sonya 28,185 Saltzman, Jodi 106,185 Saltzman, Scott 185 Salvaggio, Mark 149 Samson, Richard 12,149 Sandelin, Sandra 149 Sander, Joe 201 Sanders, Amy 39 Sanders, Denice 41 Sanders, Denise 185 Sanders, Dianna 185 Sanford, Daniel 33,149 Sanford,Matt 71.77 Sanford, Matthew 185 Sanford, Michelle 106,149 Sanford, Shane 201 Sanford, Shauna 149 Sanford, Tanya 172 Sanning, Kirsten 150 Saphongxay, Manorat 185 Sater, Jim 201 Sater, Missy 185 Saville, Karla 185 Sayasacre, Kanlagnany 185 Sayasane, Melissa 172 Scarcello, Francis 185.201 Schaefer, Tina 155 Schaffer, Ryan 125,201 Schaffner, Dan 27,28,71.201 Schilling, Paul 36,37,201 Schilling, Theresa 201 Schnathorst, Lisa 30,92,150 Schneider, Pamela 12,150 Schneller, Jill 29,41.201 Schnoor, Julie 185 Schofield, Shawna 185 Schooler, Leakol 106,107,172 Schreffler, Jennifer 202 Schrock, James 150 Schrock, Jamie 30,33,58,59 Schroeder, James 30,31,70,172 Schultz, Brian 201 Schutte, Joel 30,33,70,172 Schweizer, Benjamin 28,202 Scigliano, Alyssa 185 Scott, Allen 125,202 Scott, Kris 185 Scott, Larry 172 Scott, Paul 150 Scott, Randy 172 Scott, Rebecca 172 Seals, John : 47,74,150 Searcy, Bill 185 Searcy, Bryan 185 Searcy, Michelle 150 See. Bobby 202 Seeman, Craig 185 Seiberling, Steve 115 Selim, Katie 172 Sellers, Dawn 172 Sellner, Jill 172 Senger, Melissa 173 Sergen, Andy 202 Sevedge, Denise 49,150 Severeid, Tracy 125 Sexton, Kelcy 202 Shaffer, Cynthia 150 Shannon, Richard 185 Sharr, Laura 173 Shaw, Laura 28,29,202 Shaw, Lisa 30,33,34,173 Shaw, Sandra 202 Sheesley, Brian 33,34,173 Shelton, Dawn 202 Shelton, Lisa 33,173 Sheperd, Jeffrey 202 Sherman, Jeffrey 150 Sherman, Tom 28,185 Shiffer, Kim 185 Shipley, Chris 185 Shutte, Joel 93 Sibert, Joanna 26,202 Sibert, Ruth 27,28,173 Sienor, Jeff 202 Sievers, Stacey 26,186 Sieving, Lonnie 202 Simmons, Misty 202 Simmons, Shane 202 Simmors, Dawn 173 Simms, Lee 150 Simms, Stacey 150 Sims, Mary 55,106 Sims, Richard 173 Sirfus. David 173 Six, Michael 26,202 Skidmore, Angie 33,173 Skoog, Dusty 173 Slade, Braden 47,150 Slezak, Kevin 150 Slezak, Kristen 29,202 Sloan, J.T 106,173 Sloan, Robert 115,202 Smidt, Amanda 18,186 Smidt, Amy 22,23,173 Smith, Aimee 186 Smith, Angel 202 Smith, Brad 71,91,186 Smith, Brian 202 Smith, Curtis 71,186 Smith, Darcie 202 Smith, Dave 71,77,91,186 Smith, Dennis 202 Smith, Kelly 186 Smith, Lisa 29,36,37,186 Smith, Melissa 173,202 Smith, Pat 106,173 Smith, Sheila 186 Smith, Shelly 28,173 Smith, Steve 71 Smith, Troy 202 Smoot, Dan 26,27,88 Smoot, Daniel 202 Smoot, Matt 173 Snyder, Jeff 26.70,173 Snyder, Michael 202 Soares, Tony 106,173 Soars, Tony 36.37 Soda, Tori 23,34,55,150 Sodergren, Brian 173 Song, Sup 150 Sonnenberg, Catherine 150 Soper, Michelle 173 Sorensen, Sandra 150 Soroka, Carrie 186 Sparks, Lorie 92,186 Sparks, Amy 36,37,202 Sparks, Kelli 49,150 Sparks, Kevin 202 Sparks, Marilee 17,173 Spaulding, Tom 77,186 Spaulding, Troy 173 Spaur, James 202 Spears, William 91,122,150 Speck, Lisa 33,34,49,151 Speck, Matt 33,34,173 Spidle, Karen 173 Spidle, Mark 27,28,125,173 Spidle, Susan 151 Spizer, E.J 173 Spooner, Richard 186 Sposato, Tony 173 Spring, Pam 17,49,151 Spurgeon, Robby 202 Spurgeon, Scott 186 Stafford, Lori 186 Stahl, Lee 151 Staley, Sheryl 12,151 Stamper, Candy 151 Stamper, James 202 Stanger, Jamey 125 Stanger, Jamie 173 Stanton, Brenton 173 Stark, Ann 151 Stark, Jennifer 186 Starman, Darren 202 Starner, Amanda 29,202 Starner, James 173 Starner, Larry 186 Starr, Mike 186 Statler, Ronald 202 Statler, Ronnie 88 Stec, Joe 173 Steele, Garrett 186 Steele, Matt 74,186 Steffens, Christina 151 Stenstrom, Daniel 36,37,151 Sterns, Mark 65,77,151 Stevens, Melissa . 41,186 Stevenson, Erika 26,202 Stevenson, Ginger 42,43,151 Steward, Noelle 186 Stewart, Kim 18,31,108,186 Stewart, Mark 202 Stinson, Jeff 88,186 Stites, Kristin 186 Stocker, Karen 186 Stoddard, David 173 Stodden, Steve 26,173 Stodgel, John 202 Stodgel, Kimberly 151 Stoermer, Stephen 151 Stoffel. Josh 88,186 Stohr, Kelly 202 Stonehocker, Robin 186 Stookey, Chad 71,202 Storjohann, Stephen 202 Storjohann, Tracie 92,115,186 Storm, Jacqualynn 202 Stougard, Karmen 186 Stout, Gina 82,202 250 Stoui, ome 92 Stovens, Donald 173 Stover, Mike 203 Stream, Cara 203 Stream. Chad 113,186 Streeter, Charies 173 Streeter, Pat 203 Strhr, Kelli 29 Struve, Brian 29,30,74,186 Studins, Rick 90,91,173 Studins, Ricky 113 Stuhr, Kelly 26 Summers, Eric 173 Surbaugh, Alan 74,151 Surter, Tracey 203 Susie, Peter 151 Sutherlin, Jamesina 151 Swails, James 186 Swalve, Jason 36,37,91,186 Swan Judy 106,173 Swesey, Michael 138,151 Swesey, Tim 88,186 Swift, Lisa 28,203 Swindler, Jason 91.186 Swisher, Robyn 29 Swisher, Robyne 203 Swolley, Carol 106,173 Talarico, Charles 88,203 Tamasi, Angela 54,55,151 Tapee, Charles 71,125,203 Taylor, Doug 27,28,203 Taylor, Melanie 29,203 Taylor, Robert 30,186 Tebbin, Amber 29 Tedesco, Deborah 151 Teigen, Damn 173 Templeton, Tom 203 Terrell, Chad 186 Terry, Chad 93,186 Tesdell.Gary 70,93,122,173 Teske, Sean 186 Tesky, Brent 77,186 Thacker, Tressa 203 Thacker.Troy 70,123,174 Thiekle, Lisa 107,151 Thieleke, Tana 125.203 Thoermer, Jim 186 Thomas, Carl 65,74,93,115,174 Thomas, Christine 186 Thomas, Shannon 203 Tho mpson, Douglas 70,74,152 Thompson, Greg 74,203 Thompson, Jessica 29,82,203 Thompson. Paula 152 Thompson. Richard 187 Thompson, Rochelle 152 Thompson, Ryan 29,71,88,203 Thompson, Steve 187 Thompson, Teresa 203 Thompson, Tim 174 Thompson. Tracy 26,187 Thornton, Sandra 203 Thorpe, Shannon 30,31,174 Thummel, Nikki 29,203 Tibben, Amber 203 fickel, Troy 74 Tickle, Tara 187 Tickle, Troy 203 Tiffany, Sharla 152 Tigner, Dawn 64,203 Tigner, Scott 174 Timmons, Sara 29,203 Tinsley, Heather 203 Toillion, Kim 203 Tokheim, Kevin 152 Tokheim, Kyle 152 Tolley, Lori 30,34.174 Tomkinson, Richard 187 Tomlinson, Rob 47,152 Tomlinson, Steve 29,45,71,88.203 Tonkinson, Bobert 152 Toomey, Jeannie 174 Torgerson, George 152 Tork, Josette 174 Torman, April 174 Townsly, Angela 152 Tracy, Thomas 203 Treanor, James 187 Treanor, Stephani 203 Trevillyan, John 187 Troxel, Tiffany 152 Truitt, Jeannie 39.187 Trullinger, Jody 92.187 Trumbo, Brenda 187 Tucker, Laura 36,37,115.174 Tucker, William 187 Tudor, Angie 187 Tullant, Allison 187 Tumea, Joe 203 Tumea, Sam 152 Turner, Jennifer 203 Turner, Rachelle 174 Turnipseed, Adrienna 174 Turnipseed, Alecia 36,37,125,174 Tuttle, Darrin 187 Tuttle, Shellie 174 Tweedy, Kim 92,174 Tweedy, Renee 203 Tweedy, Timothy 47,152 Twelmeyer, Dan 87,174 Twelmeyer, Kirk 29.203 Tyer, Eric 187 Tyler, Lynette 187 Tyler, Tom 187 U-V-W Ubaldo, Romona 174 Upton, Scott 152 Usher, Jeff 174 Utley, Madalene 203 Valdez, Jason 71 Valenti, Cathy 92,203 Valles, Ursula 28,203 Van Zuuk, Dena 82,203 VanArkel, David 27,28,187 Vanderley, Pam 23,26,40.174 Vandervort, Bobbie 187 Vandervort, Jacqulene 125,203 Vanderwaal, Jason 187 Vanderwerff, Joel. . . . 70.85,86,87,122,174 Vangorp, Ann 187. Varvel, Marnie 30,203 Vasey, Aaron 203 Verhuel, Scott 187 Vicente, Merlita 174 Vignovich, Petra 125,152 Villalobos, Jesse 203 Viola, Frank 174 Violett, Chantell r 203 Virden, Randall 174 Virden, Virgil 152 Visonnavong, Fun 187 Visonnavong, Ly 174 Vivier, Tammy 203 Vivone, Angela 48,49,152 Vivone, Jesse 29 Vivone, Lisa 92,187 Volden, Lisa 187 Volkamer, Traci 29.204 Volkamer, Troy 152 Voong, Tina 204 Voshell, David 204 Voshell, Robert 187 Vosler, Carmen 106.174 Voyna. Marcia 204 Wade, Evelyn 174 Wadle, Dan 174 Wadle, Fred 174 Wadle, Johnnine 35,152 Wadle, Kim 204 Wagner, Mike 174 Waldo, Kimberly 187 Walker, Kelly 82,204 Walker, Sean 174 Walker, Stephen 152 Walker, William 204 Walkir, Ronnie 29.187 Wallace, Christopher 204 Wallace, Kristina 187 Wallendal, Jamie 47,153 Walter, Stephanie 23,187 Waltz, Chris 41,70,78,174 Wambold, Jeff 174 Ward, Amy 29,187 Warden, Julie 204 Warden, Melissa 174 Warden, Paula 204 Warden, Tracy 204 Warn, Dina 187 Warren, Debbie 92,204 Warren, George 187 Warren, Tammy 30,31,92.187 Washington, Gene 187,71 Wasko, Sherry 33.174 Wateis, Donavan 204 Watrous, Chris 204 Watson, Michael 204 Weaver, Laurie 108,153 Webb, Connie 174 Webb, Janet 174 Webb, Kyle 187 Weber, Loren 187 Weckman, Mike 115,204 Weddell, Michelle 106,107,153 Wegner, Amber 187 Wegner, David 204 Weikam, Debbie 153 Weis, Michael 204 Weisshaar, Terri 187 Weisshaar, Tony 153 Welch, Brad 70,174 Welch, Chad 71,204 Welch, Kristie 187 Welch, Stephanie 204 Welch, Todd 153 Wellinghoff, Julie 187 Wellinghoff, Mary 92,174 Wessel, Cara 29 Wessel, Danny 187 Wessel, Margret 204 Wessells, Rene 91,188 Wessman, Michelle 204 West, Charles 188 West, James 204 West, Julie 174 West, Lisa 204 West, Pat 153 West, Robbie 125 West, Roger 188,204 Weston, Christopher 204 Weyer, Christopher 204 Wheeler, Micheal 174 Wheeler, Penny 174 Wheeler, Trina 23,174 Whicker, Robert 36,42,153 Whisler, Tracy 92.188 Whistler, Jack 59 Whitaker, Nickie 36,37,40,174 White, Angela 29,204 White, Arika 125.1Q White, Camille 46,47,153 White, Carlin 188 White, Charles 175 White, Donald 188 White, Eileen 204 White, Jenni 92.188 White. Lisa 106.153.175 Whitfield, Mark 153 Whitham, Brian 29.188 Whitlatch, Dave 175 Whitlatch, David 175 Wickersham, Treasa 26,111.204 Wiezorek, John 27,59,153 Wignall. Tracy 153 Wilber, Renee 28.204 Wilden, Danny 188 Wilden, Shawn 204 Wilkinson, Chris 204 Wilkinson, Lori 33,34.113,155 Willet, Eric 188 Williams, Danielle 175 Williams, Douglas 153 Williams, Kellie 81,82.92.188 Williams, Robert 188.204 Williams, Steven 188 Williamson, Tracie 154 Willinghoff, Julie 92 Willock, Suzan 30.175 Wills, Jodi 154 Willson, Colleen 47,154 Wilson, Bret 175 Wilson, John 65,77.175 Wilson, Julia 188 Wilson, Kevan 204 Wilson, Kim 204 Wilson, Melissa .. 35,42,43,49,55,119,154 Wilson, Pat 175 Wilson, Ricky 154 Wilson, Sandy 175 Wilson, Tom 204 Wilson, Wendy 33,40,122,175 Wilts, Cindy 16,124,175 Wiltsie, Janelle 30,154 Wing, Becky 188 Wingerson, Scott 154 Winn, Corrie 188 Winne. Derek 26,204 Winne, Jeff 31,33.118,175 Winslow, Teresa 154 Wishman, Mark 154 Witlatch, David 106 Witmer, Tracy 188 Wolfe, Amy 28,175 Wolfe, Michelle 175 Wolfe, Stephanie 154 Wolff, Stephen 204 Wolford, Rachel 92,175 Wolle, Aaron 28,90,175 Wollesen, Christal 188 Wolley, Aaron 91 Wolver, Wendy 175 Wombl, Cassie 204 Wombold, Jeff 30 Wood, Laura 188 Wood, Marsha 188 Wood, Melonie 204 Wood, Michelle 29.188 Wood, Mindi 92,175 Woodruff, Scott 93.188 Woods, Garla 30,154 Woods, Gary 175 Woodworth, Joy 175 Wook, John 188 Woolman, David 71,188 Work, Ricky 154 Worthington, Greg 71 Worthington, Rob 175 Worthington. Todd 188 Wqalsh, Marcie 187 Wright, Dawn 154 Wright, Jana 26,30,175 Wright, Jeff 188 Wright, Maria 33.39,154 Wright, Pam 30,175 Wright, Paulette 154 Wright. Shannon 188 Wright, Tia 188 Wyckoff, Mary 89.175 Wyckoff, Sarah 154 Wylie, Jennifer 29,204 Y-Z Yi, Yung 34 Yon Pak, Chang 83 Young, Melissa 28 Young, Michael 204 Young, Mike 125 Zarley. Patricia ....,90,91,112, 155 Zaver, John 77,155 Zeliadt. Jeff 26 Zika, Jessi 18,188 Zlotnik, Chris 23 Zlotnik, Pamela 188 Zoutte, John 71,93,188 Zuch, Tammy 188 Zylstra. Jennifer 188 hp hi The Road goes ever on and on Down from the door where it began. Now far ahead the Road has gone, And I must follow, if I can, Pursuing it with eager feet, Until it joins some larger way Where many paths and errands meet. And whither then? I cannot say. - J.R.R Tolkien 9

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