Adams City High School - Eagle Yearbook (Commerce City, CO)

 - Class of 1978

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Sophomores ...... Prom . Clubs 8. Organizations un.. . Faculty ..................... ...... Soaring Eagles ......... . Senior Memories 1978 Eagle Staff ..... n Board of Education ..... ..... A Year of Building ..... . Ads ..................... nn. nn- fu. 192 195 . . . . .196 200 Q The Denver Pas! Martinez triumph gave the Eagles 65 points and left Alamosa with 60 and sec- ond place Tmrd wa Douglas County, Just one individual win short and file points back follovscd by Grand Junction Adams Eify Grips Mat drawn Drama, igh AS 13 56 Win I By JOSE Denver 'Pos The Auditorium with drama. More than 5,000 f their seats in frenz most important m AAA State High S nament - the 138 Adams City's unb and undefeated Ru' sa. But more than reecords and an in were at stake S more. IT WASN'T AN. body in the house Dthe team champio with 61 points, a were the last sur each was down to i Six official minut Dachieved hero stat Mr Jim Sanford was born August 4 in Iowa and grew up there He attended East Waterloo High School and went on to major in PE at Northern Iowa College Mr Sanford wrestled while attending college and took first place in the NCAA Division 2 National Wrestling Cham pionships He met Betty a stewardess in 1970 and they were mar ried They then made an addition to their family in the form of Mary E Sanford who is now two years old He taught here at AC for seven years and first came here in 1970 He taught PE and became our wrestlers' coach He's brought three district tournaments two league championships and the 1977 State Wrestling Title home to us But more importantly he brought a special feeling to the students of Adams City High School He gave us back our prlde We have always believed in ourselves. We know we're human beings with feelings and emotions but even the strongest person can become weak when he is continually battered with cutting statements We began to falter in our belief. Mr. Sanford showed us with his pride and spirit that we should be proud. It didn't matter if we won or lost our battles we were for real and we're here, now! Mr. Sanford, Thank You. Westminster with 50 and If cepted congratulations well-wishers. "I did it did it for myself." who went into thc tour- i 24 pins. did was lead ams City struggle in tlers contributed, but trophies. agle to score Saturday mder Darrell Parker, :wo crucial points by s weight bracket. it was in the consola- that they team cham- ded as Alamosa, with s double brother act, n the wrestlebacks to for the championship. iowever. suffered two he third-place matches each other when Ken 1 the 167-pound compe- g brother, Darrell, suf- 3-4 setback to Rocky Mark Barton. Before iad taken a 60-69 lead 'ening when Rudy's Bernard, had claimed hy at 119. ponent from startt l game, however, the City High School the most closely contest- Eagles scored two points about 20 ed championship in recent tournament minutes later when Parker got his 3-1 Dhistory. fifth-place decision. 11 gases N, Q, -5' Q a . ge Ag' 617 ch Inf. +R' xl P . ,W IV!-P gbl X, 4 si q 'X fx r ' lf 9 -N- h.3 .ff x ' if-wif Y.. ' 4 WEA 4' huns- . .-1 W 0 fa. nil'-" Pii5'Qi3" -Q-4 2 mf xxv jim Saufv d Che Kaad Of Snperienee Uryiny Ce Sfind ,M y Own Way Sometimes 47 Wish Chat 47 Sanld Sly Away When .7 Think Chat .7'1n Maainy Suddenly Zhinys Stand Still And 1714 ,Afraid 'Eanse 47 Zfhinh Chey Always Will ., K U Q . if If , 's' vs ey ,, X. 1' sw' 'lg' . K sv Q A-5-got Q 'f"..-s wk nd fin lfeeking Ser Space ! 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P 4 ., Shelly Ann Adams 1 0 .1 sum E v"'1 S X J James Darrel Adams Steven Gerald Alarcon rIf5" 'f" r? w ill A A l fmhlg Cynthia Sue Applehans Cordeloa Fay Angel ,wr- V P Carlos Arturo Arrango ,fi . W 'X Lori Jean Agazlo swf' Joseph Henry Thomas Angove 131 Debra Dolores Aragon r 1 ,S . -5 K' W 1 Y sr ef V Mark Alan Aragon 7--pun Thomas Abe Arellano Q Y , . ai -,-,rg-. ' :Ili in Y W' A f I 'gr 1 Q Li Eloy Anthony Archuleta 2-. f F Paul Valentine Archuleta r X, 60 K, M. fi' vga. ,F 4. 'L FA , A "1 we links J. 1 .fTf13'7iL 1 . Ulf A ' X 5711 ff' ' V wb I , s ' :Q I I F f sf? A Vernell Eugene Arends , x Derk Mark Armalln , ., ' x Pauline Ann Atenclo Dallas Echie Avent Catherine Baldwin Vicki Lynn Barnard Cynthua Joyce Baros Alice Lorraine Basehar Ronald Dean Beaman Kathleen Louise Beren Lorraine Jeannette Benavldez Ben Joseph Bernal Ronald Benefiel James Charles Beschelnen r S tw William Henry Bettger iw mr Ruby Jean Bills Terri Lynn Bobsl. 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I il ,A , D I DeVonna Marie DeMott Penny Dean Dewey Laurie Jean Diller arie Dinnell Anton Lee Dixon Mary Ann Dixon Glenda Lee Donley Jeanine Lynn Dockins New Harold Ivan Douglas Cynthia Ann Dreiling 12 X Mary Ann Einweiler Roy Alfred Eisenbeisz , , Victoria M. Duran James Louis Emmett Jr. fi Sandra Rebecca Fajardo Thomas David Federico Cheryl Lynn Fahey JoAnne Felsh Carol Jean Ferguson ,-N' Deanna Lynn Flemming Barry LaVern Franzen Donna Elaine Finn 7 Peggy Lynn Fitzpatrick Heidi Lee Frankfurter Kelly Ray Friess Af' 4533 Susan Marie Fulsass Q ,K FX-f!""."' Alfred Larz Gal lardo Cheryl Y. Gallegos Yvette Bernice Fuselier Jerry Wayne Gallion Robert Alfred Garduno Michael Jeffery Garcia ii' 55' iff f a s 11 A 't il' -4-:gb r 1 Curtis James Gardner Bonnie Ann Gassman we 'Us 4' f W' ,I F ffl? 'K -,, ,is ,,. . ,f ,f V -L ,. s ,. 2--5x ,' 1, Y s" 521'55 s 'a I 1 4 7, is K A" -,Q ' , ' "N ' ' meh ,"!1wf rj ? Q .- , J" - .,., :W L 'fi fl ff, V Q s ' I 1 V' js Terri Lynn Gassman Laurene H . Gertge Lisa F. Gonzales Charlotte Gonzales Susan Diane Gibson Mary Star Gonzales Anita Ellen Goodenough ' gf 'H William T. Gorrell Mark Anthony Grant i Wlllgam J. Mara Dawn Haggard Carolyn L. Grover Pamela Jean Haines D lane Janine Grosshans Steven Leroy Gurganus Linda Harper Robert Dean Harris Pamela Ann Hedrick Kevin Lee Hendrixson Darlene D Haverland K Douglas Gene Henderson Michelle Annette Herrera ..-. Roy Guy Hayes Ricky Dean Hoffman Timothy James Hogan 1 x x , xl x Karen Ann Holtz Deborah Jean Holmberg ,sri 4 Donna Lee Hotchkiss Michael Eugene Ingram sie- .. Robert V. Jajdelski Lori Annette Howes Tracy Allen Jaramillo vi Samuel Ronald Jennings Linda Kay Jugert Margaret J. Kaltenborn Jo Johnson , 40 52,8 -:..,Vf 14 ,L-N, . Danita Ann Johnson Daniel Eugene Keesey Lynette Ann Kalser J '35 - Scott Joseph Kelly Eialeen Kim Kent ,F-5, ,h Steve Mark Dawn Vanessa Ketlelson Gailyn Mari Kevin Kitzmann 1' "".' Q.. 6 John Charles Klocker John Marlen Kirby C gy o Shari Kay Kondo David Lee Kovenchick Robert L . Lambert Timothy Ernest Lang Robert Patrick Kreutzer Jimmy Lee Lambert Cynthia Louise Lane Willilam George Langren Jr. John Charles Lee Louanne Kay Leeper Stacey Joe Little Laura Lindsey Antoinette Inez Lopez .A Q ""-T..":,,, Darlene Joy Leyba Donald Wesley Lewis Cathy Lynn Litsey Diane Mary Lorshbaugh Wg? Lucy Mary Lopez Mark Lee Lott Bernice Georgane Lucero Bobby Ray Lucero Zoe Renee Lu jan Karen Lei Lundy Kurt Matthew Lysek Laurie Helene Madrigal Randy J Carolyn G. Martell Debbie Maes ames Madrll Julie Marie Marquez Cynthia Guadalupe Martinez 'FW 3151 Sandra N. Maestas Patricia Iris Marquez i Debbie Rae Martlnez Leon M . Martinez Delores Diane Maurer Charles Joseph McKenzie LuAnn Marty Gerard Mascarenas Jean Arlene McFann Monty D. McLaughlin Roger Wayne Mcwhlrt Anthony Medina Linda Medina Virgil Medina Marian Miller Elaine Susan Mestas Sheila Miller Mark Edward Mlnnis Steven Ellis Mitts Jacqueline A. Montour S am A . -s. ' Q 1 f , 1' 'lynn Lorraine Montoya T U Pamela Marie Montoya 'J'-f4'WQ. ,X K ku' if A I u 2 we me x Robin Leigh Morgan y I kt, Q K Dallon Paul Mumma fe ai? I .4 L gg, L, D Q fr , X 6513 . V U -:NL fix ,. K 'ififf "" 'Y H 5 L Sandra Lee Murphy a m tzvcsisfzfiisz, W V Elizabeth Lorraine Negrete xl" . " ' L Georgia Ann Nicks ' he, UL' O i by A as 'ef ' 'D Roberta Lynn Ochs Julie Renee Nuanes if Yi TH P 4- xl V .' Q. 4 1 E Joseph Bobby Olivas , .XY if U 8 Eff 5 gr Kenneth Off V i ' Frank Ortega xx ' j S'-2' if in 3 -iv!! me ' f 'J John William Ortiz Rose Marie Veronica Ortega Lydia Rosanna Pacheco W Q' Q 0 ,, 0 f , x RV Anita Madge Padilla Evangellne Yolanda Palz Lorralne Kaye Papiernick ik Steven Michael Palmer X z 'N ,H Jean Marie Paschke John Earl Pauls Edith Ann lPedroza Paula Kay Perry Diane Nestea Pino Danny Lee Pinson t Janet Lynn Pllklngton Deborah Joyce Pol lc Davld Aaron Pleasant Allce Chrlstlne Reado David Allen Pritchard Terry Lynn Qulnt Carla Rae Reynolds Debbie Lynn Robertson Roy Paul Romer Ron Richardson Jerome Lee Romero . , Yr Y . ie e gg ' ' va. Judy Rivera qfxrt , X N Y ax Shirley Ann Romero Patricia Ann Romero George Allen Russell L lnda Sanchez Penny Ann Sample Glenda Lynnel'Salmeron .lohn Charles Scaff S Dennis Lee Sandoval Maria Theresa Sanchez Franco Seraflnl Terry David Scott Monte Scott Christina Marl e Serrano Theresa Ann Short Ernestine Grace Sisneros Renee Lynn Sloan Mel Issa Ruth Sorenson LoAnn Michelle Sprague Dale Edwin Stertz Matthew Thomas Stewart Linda J. Stlllings -of Leroy Michael Stock Richard Arthur Tafoya 427 Jean Chrlstlne Sullivan Bret R. Tallent Lisa Ann Tatro Howard Cooper Taylor III . A ' a.-X fl "li t"i"! ' A-V! L , FTW, -,. I ,il a fy Joan Chrlstlne Sullivan Rhonda Lea Tate Bruce Eugene Thompson 05" . fwgxaaxx Douglas Wayne Thompson J Carrie Jo Toavs Kevin Mlchael Townley Gregory Scott Thompson " K. 4 A ,Lf 'F' J, Valorie Ann Thomson Daryl Kent Tomsick Max Anthony Valdez We 'L P 4' r Sheila Patricia Towey 3 'i , Hilda Valenzuela 'I' ? x if A X Q -x TE X Qi 'Q 5 x . K I 5' X Q it in A - 2 ,f '9' f M l W' Deborah Ann Vancll C laude Alvl n Verhoeff if .WIN my Gary Lee Velasquez Ree Kae Vancll adv Calvln Issac Vlalpondo Vicky Lynn Vletmeier Fredrick Eloy Vigil i f, Gwendolyn Lynette Vlalpondo ' q K T my f Judy Marle Vigll .' Syolkkrf Jimmy Virgil Vlgil Vicki June Vogt Karen Lynn Vigil Brenda Loulse Waldman Christopher Eugene Walworth Lois Gaylene Ward , 1. 314- 7 , l , s A 5 V' K Q -N435 ' Sharon Lee Vlgll Denise Renae Wales Ronald Whitten Mary Jean Wieck Sabrina Joann Wlllihlte Katherine Sarah Wlnter Jeffery Lynn Wolfe Marjorie Katherine Zeller Penny Woolrldge Craig Doughtery Zellers Annette Marie Wright Robert James Zink K Z ' ' ' -4--Q-4 ' 4, ' ' ' ' X H 'wr , 5 , -., .f If 5 fs' A X . ,VJ ll I-' , I A 'I E -V 4--fsahi, ' jx fc' X 4' Sf' ,tx exif Qf M wifi my J iw? ' J ,FSF 5 it X f 4:2 33 ' - f W f f Q , 9 da fi' 46 r h a 3 ,-if-' Q, gin, W -5 it , ,M Q W L 342 Y -9' i"":X ' . 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Of Sight '78 .75 Dynamite' Class Officers: President: Yvonne D'Andrea Vice President: LuAnn Marty Treasurer: Carrie Toavs Secretaryp Llese Dall Nag., K e Class Sponsors: Selby Sanders Vlrglnla Koonce Verda McConneI Severt Kvamme Rlchard Maglnn Class Flower: Carnation Class Colors: Mldnlght Blue and Sllver Class Motto: Let us believe in what we are and extend the measure of success so that the memo- ries of the past will be a key to the future. 5614 i or Personalifgf, cp L I n d a J u 9 e r 1: Most Likely Most Popular To Succeed SENIOR PERSONAL- ITIES ARE THOSE CHOSEN BY THE SENIOR CLASS, WHO THEY FEEL BEST RE PRESENT THESE CATEGORIES. BEING YOURSELF IS WHAT REALLY COUNTS Pam Haines Yvonne D'Andrea Tom Arellano John Scaff L V o 0 u C a a n t n e o n L a e ' e P e r CZ? df' 52 O V16 Shelly Adams Joe Deaguero l Vlckl Vogt Devon Cutrell Most Spirit LuAnn Marty W a r m e s t S m I I e if Janet Pilkington Kevln Townley Most Dependable S Z f' Iirf -.1-.gg n LEQW c..-E9 at 0' 0 'Vi' " mvfl, X 5' 'f' if x -57 My L., -7 5 xv f -we gn, 4 l , ,,-.::1'- ef- an 1' B 6 s t D r e s s e d m 'Q' 4 Most Frlendly l kr, X Q Cheryl Fahey John Ortiz Joe McKenzie S3 Sandy Murphy George Russell Most Photoqenlc C I a S S C I o w fl S Z .-Lugz. g.. - Q Q Html 'N I ' 1, J I lg AJ Q 49 S 40 C I a S S F I I r t s 3 I- I Lorl Agazlo Jeff Wolfe 54 ri Shari Kondo Edie Pedroza Frank Serifini Q I I B est Musicians 5 3 af 3 Il J? . S g I Most Intel I lgent Q. Liese Dall Dale Stertz John Mascarenas 'I Rhonda Tate Scott Kelly Best Actors ...E Michelle Sprague Randy Madrll Ruby Bills M o s t A r t I s t l C I ww. x , l ommc y MILK A ullwmullw bi' "Mm - I 4 , . . If I B e s t W r l t e Shella Towey Bret Tallent Best Dancers I' S Most Athletic Scif ll l ' A E 4 Kathy Crusan Dave Pleasant Joe Ol I vas nm I , W n 4 .5 ' L .9 M4 ffm M Q X fd S he .ig- 4 MDW it 592 is Q53 .f N s wk 'ek Q wakwi 'GX AQ Qwgkx Sh mx assi Sl Ss Rbbawgw gangs? KS S S3 H Q 1 -, uq 2525-:A Q , - w wmSQ NRM? fl 65" " Qiiggg an QSM gggka 'vt ' 'r"t, ,x, N PEN w R ' .5 A-'la L. w .gf , N-.-'4' 'li . 5, 1, X G fn . Q 1 gn -5 C 0 uf: of 7 -c Z1 m rx xa L f X., f V 6, Ui 4 4 C , 1 5 X 1 5 I 'EM N A W Ji? 7, L:, iifff " X"" " 3' I' sf .L Z Y ., js X, ,nf -1 if SL ,mgni W-..LW,,,- '95 lu. 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W2 ' ev ,Ya?f Q The Senior class of '78 broke a four year tradition when they took first place In the annual Home- coming class float compe- titlon. This year's Sophomores took second In the competi- tion, while the class of '79 took third place. Many clubs participated In the parade this year among them were MECHA and VICA. Q- X' anim Krcak Cmdifim s 'ilk .n . J- s'.'a, at wr. 1 'F t 4-L M., -. rf- z, '- 'QSM it .f 1 A' , 1 M 5 Mft ' of-. u ,, , X., lf? 1 ,Q 1 , -4 I . H tf HG Wd re U15 511155 Uzafs Out Of Sight '78 .75 D F l'l zz llfl i I c 9111! Sparta Clay Coffman Linebacker .B Q'Y f in-vw ws, ,,::., . 1? , , i L ' ' m f, 4 - " ' Y ' . Q X, ' I I 3 V . r .,-v"f9 -" 'I 5 1' - ,Il 'Cf -Q 1 .. F - W ,Q :H r'r'.31r,'g5- me 2-mv , ' WD ' as av. 1 gi' 5' fifff 3s,5tgtggswg,. f ,S gf,-'ic' f .ng 1 ij' ,rf ,fs-,g '- 1 if 4233 . , K-GH . ' - -g, . if-' my ' Ri,Kf3Q:wE.zA xx r w .,, -'-'R-. ,-N,-.-C 'r' .N s ' j'e-57.5 ' "aff11"5'.f"'5"-"iii ,i . , 4,103.7 gl ,,.s-x ai., D D, fe" 1450,-F :A Ruff.:-A' b X A.-..W,,?5'tyz.4, .h 1z.k:nl:..:: Leon Martinez Quarter Back Che 35's Dave Pleasant Runnin Back 1 I Aff-i 1 Devon Cutrell Joe Deaguero Mark Lott Center Offensive Guard Defensive End Mlke Martinez Roger McWhlrt Dallon Mumma Running Back Defensive Tackle Running Back Size, Strength, And Spced 77.78 5g,,i,,,, Ron Quintana John Scaff Daryl Tomsick Slot Back Center ' Right Tackle Kevin Townley Calvin Vlalpando JimmY WSH Jeff Wolfe Split End Fieldgoal Kicker Safety Slot Back iii l we ,za v ' 'se 4. 1 ,rf T "i"',., f""f:- 5 .-.5 1-15 was-.1 ti -f of-QW ee -fa WV' N33 ev vat-ev 'Wa 1 X Stronger Athlete .75 ,4 l6'etter Athlete C75 211' "WW C' 775,13 Varsity Qeettall ROW 1: Dave Kelly, Kevin McKenzie, Roger McWhirt, Clay Coffman, Tim Rossow, Dale Coffman, John Scaff, Dwayne Pecosky, Manager Lige Lewis, Coach Rocky Martin, ROW 2: Joe Deaguero, Jerome Galloway, Keith Tog- nonl, Daryl Tomsick, Martin Dominguez, Armando De La Rosa, DeVon Cutrell, Chris Vigil, Chuck Blalock, Coach 0Steve Falk. ROW 3: Mark Lott, Kevin Townley, Leon Martinez, Mlke Martinez, Tracy Baca, Ron Quintana, Dallon Mumma, Eddie Gonzales, Rex Medford, Coach Bob Wathen, ROW 4: Robin Hess, Lynn Tallent, Calvin Vialpando, Jimmy Vigil, Jeff Wolfe, Dave Pleasant, Richard McLamb, Dean Lowe, Ray Stillwell, Coach Wes Roesler. A 1 a Qwalii. 7, L Q df Xa: 'Viv qgqgaaaqn-L-if-15.-uv"49 ef" if 495: 5: l ,, wg? I' 1 . f A ' V .,-if X 'N Lf W gpaf' 1 its . J 8 51 fi in W' -5' N it -' , 'Q , ' A Q Q5 ,f f S 1 .L . ff t- D p.. Mtg X .- P , v ' ees,..:..:ffsf1zezz:g:a - K if' : "r::z:::515J55E1::g2:11N i - s ':fzaa2g1:'1::zztz2f 2 14 . . ff: A 5 I 'V we f A . - Q, "1 L EZE55: 11.221235 I , f U 'i 1 R wed' . d-.,,.-we -A-ff---K'-A-,-es-"1 zsfssmi uz.azz2'5: . ' Q i l 2::::::g 5,117E'1'ZE I -' " - 'i 'auf' A .' Jas ' ' iifrief' Q Che 3D'se Dedieatien, Desire, Determination Sepneinere Sfeetlnzll A ROW 1: Mlke Anderson, Paul Marquez, Greg Nuss, Abram Sandavol, Fred Sanchez, Fred Pedroza, Andy Dorrance, James D. Martlnez, Dwight Lott, Rex Welgers, James E. Martinez. ROW 2: Jeff Fulsas, Merlln Tomsick, Joe Gon- zales, Phll Castlllo, Doney Trujlllo, Murry Hanley, James Morgan, Eddy Crowe, Mlke Seeger, Mlke Langren, Davld Sanchez. ROW 3: Mlke Randall, Leroy Lundy, Robert Haines, Harlen Hall, Danny Spalnhower, Guy Sutherland, Greg Zlnk, Derlck Dewey, Steve Kovlnchlck, Doug Hoffman, Coach Jlm Seeley, Coach Doug Kawakaml. In looking back over the entlre season we had so many unfortunate breaks go agalnst us. We drove the ball dow we broke blg plays only to be called back due to penalties. We started drives only to fumble. We went to the alr only to be intercepted. We stopped most everyone only to glve up 6 points to their big play. The season was marked by working with the sophomore football team and seelng their personal lmprovement. Fundamentals, and the 3 "D's" dedlcatlon, deslre, and determlnation were and are the name of the game. Coach Doug Kawakaml fx fx X SOPHOMORE FOOTBALL X 7 QQ Golden 34 AC W-kj Ranum 22 AC l Highland 2 AC xx! Mapleton 13 AC Northglenn 28 AC Central Cathollc 0 AC , Westy 21 AC Regls 32 AC Thornton 12 AC 3 A ff 6 ti nf fftzrd Hitting, ever - .Quit - Attitude! Football AC 36 Englewood 0 lScrimmageJ AC 12 Golden 13 AC 21 Highland 17 AC 35 Mapleton 8 AC 41 Central Catholic O lHomecomingD AC 14 Northglenn 21 AC 14 Westminister O AC 23 Regis 7 AC O Thornton 30 AC 18 Ranum- 34 Everything about the football program finished on a high note and a lot of us can hardly wait until next year. Our record of 5-4 was the only thing that was not as good as we expected. All three teams that beat us in league play are ln the playoffs: and Golden la nonconference gameb had their best season in many years. All year we were just one game away from the playoffs. Among the team's statistical accomplishments was being rated in the top twenty in the state. At one time we had the number one defense in the Skyline League and also we placed as high as the number two offensive unit in the league. Characteristics of the team that were exemplified to the fans and opponents were hard hitting, never-quit-atti- tude, quick, and exciting. Adams City and Ranum placed 8 on the All-Conference team: Northglenn 65 Westminister 55 Thornton 37 Regis 1 The offensive All-Conference are Kevin Townley at end, Dave Pleasant at halfback, and Dwayne Pecosky at guard. The defense All-Conference were Jeff Wolfe at cornerback, Dwayne Pecosky and Clay Coffman at linebackers, Mark Lott at end, and Roger McWhirt at tackle. Coach Wes Roesler If W6,f6 ,Nat Number I, LVc'ra Nail Varsity Volleyball ROW 1: Coach Carol Tebo, Sharon Curless, Cindy Yunko, Anita Padilla, Denice Wales, Cindy Casas, Veronica Cor- dova, Cathy Crusan, Coach Steve Revello. ROW 2: Paula Knicks, Patti Romero, Manager Leslie Maynard, Tracy Strole, Fran Crusan. NOT SHOWN: Deanna Flemming. jaaiar Varsity aaa Saplzazaara Valleyball ROW 1: Andra Betts, Cindy Yunko, Tracy Keesey, Paula Knicks, Fran Crusan, Coach Pat Salas, Coach Carol Tebo, Michelle Humphries, Linda Lucas, Louise Sawyer, Linda Love. ROW 2: Maureen Lucas, Leslie Dannels, Renee Templeton, Brenda Shade, Ronda Stevens, Coach Steve Revello, Shawn Robinson, Gloria Baros, Janine Pettinger, ' Manager Leslie Maynard. NOT SHOWN: Denise Morton. 67 Che llsar Of Che Almost Possible Dream CATHY CRUSAN Volleyball at ACHS was a series of either very high or not very high points. Everyone on the team progressed from their initial practice and they finally started to play like a team! They can say it was the year of the almost possible dream. Coach ReVello Volleyball, Season Record 1977 AC 11,20,16 AC 8,11 AC 15,15 AC 7,20,2O AC 18,20,20 AC 20,20 AC 20,20 AC 20,20 AC 20,18,20 AC 13,17 AC 20,14,20 AC 20,20 AC 20,20 AC 12,20,5 AC 14,2O,20 AC 20,20 AC 20,20 AC 20,20 Sub District AC 15,15 AC 14,15,13 Thornton 20,13,20 Grand Junction 15,15 Palisade 4,2 Northglenn 20,14,18 Marycrest 20,16,10 Ranum 16,8 Westminister 13,11 Central Catholic 10,5 Highland 15,20,4 Thornton 20,20 Northglenn 12,20,17 Mapleton 11,10 St. Mary's 9,4 Marycrest 2O,4,20 Ranum 20,5,12 Brighton 15,9 Westminister 16,11 Broomfield 10,14 Highalnd 9,13 Brighton 16,10,15 SHARON CURLESS ANITA PADIL LA PATTY ROMERO DENICE WALES BEST HITTER DIFFERENT THIS YEAR GIVES 1001: 68 ,4 Wilmer ,Never Quite, e4 Quifter Never Wine Varsity Seeeer Row 1: Tony Candelarie, Howard Taylor. Row 2: Cindy Kite, Carlos Arango, Tom Arellano, Duane Younger, Tony Perry, Henry Mares, John Ortiz, Keith Duran, Mark Lapp, Curtis Thomas, Monty McLaughlin. Row 3: Ronnetta Richardson, Ken Kogar, Eric Anders, Walt Ballensky, Jacob Krough, Manuel Serrano, Stacey Little,Kevin Hendrix- son, Chris Grant, Noel Cutrell,Ken McGraw, Coach Tom Bradley. A qv? rf .i fi , l FPS N My X e 4, 1 -r ' Y, . ,lg-r, j- W' 'K v V V In 25:5i:bfQ,l at 51.3, A .- N Nl- v 1 - we X.-ifgsqg .. i ma. .. " -"'v'P" NW I 1 ,VKX . Q Q ry at ,Af 'X x x . fb - -f. X - S' A Tom Arellano -fy, 'wir' EW' - ' j 0 3, f ,hifi I .L ' I C 12414. ' Q'- a f r I o r f K . .f . A a y N - ' ".'- .:'9.f ' rl 9 o Ev' J, 1 4 .. . r - w . . A , , . -. Q an ,,ti?.X., . X , ,X . 5,e,,42,, Q ' Af' - I ,S Q ,....,gx,.g'- gf- 1,13 4-5-tj' -R., I A Y f , K' -- .f 5.-,5.f-,J-i',.'4,?,"pq p..:,tyi- , Af.-wakrwr -vkjr,-Y.-,sg -iff j Y . A f- 59.52-Pivfift' A W -P FL ...A .. . , W- an .Ni . ,,1',, ..i . 1. l.3?,e,'H"i. ,V , gE'g,fgQi+L A A ,S ieaffi' fe UQ -irfzefbffmcffrmp.-1,ra .se-fe-:iieirbrlfg -11 ga ' 69 Qirsf Zfmr of Srfccvr Cough Sanmrs 7 7 -78 drlxson Jacob Krogh Stacey Little Monty McLaughlin J 0 h n ln- Howard Taylor 0 r 1 I Z law tartcrs ?i14ish Strong Row 1: Edie Pedroza Row 2: Micky Mayberry, Liese Dall, Ruth Ortiz Row 3: Pam Madrigal, Sandy Murphy, Anna Fajardo Row 4: Cindy Vigil, Karen Brown, Sue Tallent Row 5: Jeannie Nickerson, Debbie Polic, Trudy Harris Row 6: Jodee Grady, Debbie Steckline. Gymnastics 'TI7 Coach Aschenbrenner Karen Brown Sandy Murphy Debble Pollc I Gymnastics Wrap-Up The team got off to a slow start with a loss to Lamar and finished strong to capture 3rd place in League and have Debbie Polic, Karen Brown and Leise Dall win All-Conference honors. The team also had losses to North- glenn, Broomfield and Ranum in League competition. Skyline victories lncluded wins over Westy, Mapleton, Brighton, Highland and Thornton. The team could be remembered as a group of hard workers who showed much improvement and had very strong senior leadership. Coach Jo Aschenbrenner 6 i I7 I' 5 Llese Dall Edle Pedroza All Conference: Debbie Polic, ren Brown, Llese Dall K -'ll -A-... Top: Mgrs. Charlotte Gonzalez, Coach Quintana, JV. Mike Quniby, Richard Berenik, Bernie Lucero, Tom Mascar- enes, Mgr Luis Ford. Bottom: John Mascarenes, Randy Ford, Alex Angel, Richard Ford, Frank Garcia, Jerry Gallion, Varsity. To overcome the loneliness of running you must understand the runner AC Quintana 1.. v hifi' , 1 Richard Ford: His determination was displayed. crzmrs fff 7978 Mike Garcia: Was unable to complete the season. Keep up the good grades. Jerry Galllonz His seriousness is deceiving. John Mascarenes: Frank Garcia: "It's Frank Garcia! I can't beleive Coming In 1Sf'? it!" L, X I C:i,i Fi 'a-,- .. .Qualify Hints .Quantity .03 Girls Swimming ROW 1: Kelly Saylor, Chris Jo Johnson, Gailyn King, Michelle Fenstemaker, Dorothy Deaguero. ROW 2: Shelly Wood, Erica Tauche, Coach Jon Ruby. "5 'XWF ll 1' CL 1? . 5, Gailyn King X ' I Chris Jo Johnson 5 -f X, X 11 495 NO' sz. l. Hy W ,Q X C Kaus Csuuis Has Successful Zfsar fbtx Varsity Cauuis ROW 1: Coach Joe Gilas, Manager Luann Marty, Armando Duran, Greg Solano, Robbie Blum, Chris Reiber, Manager DeVonna DeMott, Coach Carl Hays, ROW 2: Henry Paiz, Paul Archuleta, Joe Zepeda, Art Mascrenas Wesley Toavs, Thornton 0 AC 6 Broomfield 4 AC 2 Mapleton 4 AC 2 Ranum 4 AC 2 Brighton 4 AC 2 Mullen 5 AC 1 Westy 3 AC 3 Northglenn 5 AC 1 Highland 4 AC 2 ,Yuuiar Varsity Ceuuis ROW 1: Coach Joe Gilas, Charles Hardy, Ken Velarde, David Hendricks, Glenn Kawano, Coach Carl Hays. ROW 2: Mike Trulos, Don Lewis, Tim Moore. PauLAr::,l:uleta Dgn iewis cniors 77-78 High School Tennis was a success this year. By this I mean, we had twenty-four young men who played for the high school this year. Mr Gilas was hired to help the tennis team. His players had 5 wins and a 1 loss record, which was the best in the Skyline League. The first nine players ended up sixth in league with the first set of doubles lMc-ore-Duran! taking fourth in the district, and the third set of doubles lReiber-Mascrenasi also took a fourth ln district. Next year we will have all the boys back to play tennnis this last season Coach Carl Hays .1 .Qu - Q -. Mike Martinez Leroy Stock Doubles Doubles -. .A 'N .A J f, 'AK J' N V . I . J f ,MJ 4 V ..- - M w ' R- x 3 "' X 3 ar 2 . 1 ,J g 5 qp N , ,qu ff 5: , M J ' I :""" Q 7 5 mf' 1 , 1, y grins 'if :' .1 , " '- -...Q ' . R L - 5, ' xx "l, '-: , .4 L 5 1 if , f 'M- Ut'f".-i - ' . - M- ' 5' - f .Tfg a Ii X A 1,51 i""-"""e QQ ' " , fa 4? 5 ,QS f ,, .ff-x. -1 sir fzgp 1 ev-A M 51 wr f 'r- - i: L '....,.f'A ' ,,,, ef M ' . I f - ,,,.4 -1 5, ,W .4 ,,. f v vi , f'-Qi.. 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Patricia Bills Peggy Blair Chuck Blalock Glenn Bowman Linda Boyer Harold Brown John Brown Pat Brown Debbie Burham Charles Bynon Laurie Callahan Diane Candelarie Randy Cannon Mike Cardenas Lee Casas John Castleberry Judy Cha Tracy Chacon Gardenia Chavez Valerie Chavez Steve Clemens Mlke Clement Dale Coffman Larry Colson Sabrina Cordova Robert Courtright Dwayne Croft Fran Crusan Terry Curtis Linda Dale Leslie Dannels Debbie Davis DeLona Davis Donna Davis Brad De La Barre . Janet Delaney -.bn CO f 1' oi 1 Cl 'Q f 'l Y 1, 5? YB' ...,. f -' ',+f.-X Kflll . xaxt is dp. !"y Armando De La Tonni Delka Beth Denney Tony Diller Debbie Disher Karen Dolezal Juan Dominguez Wes Donnel Cindy Doyle Rod Dudley Harvey Dunn Faith DuPree Armando Duran Edie Duran Keith Duran Cheryl Ealy Helen Echevarria Kim Edwards R osa Roger Elliot Lorraine Emerson Sally Espinoza Jeff Fajardo Cathy Feiguson Joe Fino Alice Fisher Michelle Flageolla Dorene Flemming Paula Flowers Gerald Frase Emmette Freeze Alicia Glllispie Sharon Gomez Michelle Gonzales Sabrina Gonzales Pauline Goodenough Daniel Gorraz S "-9 'l 215217 LSI wfv Jodee Grady John Grotluschen Tina Grover Randy Guhl Patty Gullion Rochelle Hackney Charles Hardy Cindy Harris Trudy Harris Mark Hassel Janet Hastings Steve Hawks Melody Hayes Tracy Hayward David Hendricks Debbie Hermanson Gloria Hernandez Robin Hess Dave Higbee Bob Hill Wendolyn Hill Penny Hoag Chris Hoffman Craig Hoffman Shelly Hoffman Rod Hopkins Leah Hoppe Scott Howell Herschel Hughes Ken Hughes Debbie Jaramillo Gerald Jaramillo Vince Jaramillo Jackie Johansen Glenn Kawano Tracy Keesey 1 s.- ,f is ...H if fx s sg A WAN ff .ZX all f K 'ig 4 M,.l.sk.Q,, 44 David Kelly Kathy Kelly Vickie Kent Dennis Kight Ken Koger Debbie Kraak Tim Kreinberg Phyllis Krlvanek Debbie Lacas Beverly Laffin James Laube Leland Leach Frankie Levine Leige Lewis Tammy Lind Lisa Litsey Arleen Lobato Pam Logsdon Randall Lopez Linda Love Maureen Lucas Aleta Lucero Bernie Lucero Paul Luna Patty Manchego Henry Mares Sara Martel Kathy Martin Barbara Martinez Eddie Martinez Geri Martinez Vicky Martinez Leslie Maynard Brenda McDonald Dave McFarIin Kevin McKenzie :mf I I f X , ,..h:A Tl! vw ,425 f -3' 'L .4 ,fhxfr 'ax :Q "I, if wi 1 1' gal Jirf A - '13 88 Wanda McNabb Rex Medford Terri Medina Mike Menard Becky Mendenhall Rene Miller James Montez Robert Montour Barb Montoya Kelli Moore Denice Morton Bernadette Muniz Eugene Musgrave Dale Mussey Tom Myers Geri Myhre Cathy Martinez Mary Myhre Cheryl Nine Jeff Noland Susan Norman Beth Norton Bruce Norton Pam Norton Terry Norwood Lynette Olivier William O'Neil Susie Page Henry Paiz Virginia Parsons Dwayne Pecosky Paul Pennell Carmen Philby Steve Phillips Vicki Phillips Victor Pilcher Sherrie Pleasant Robert Pointkowskl Pam Proffitt l K ,,, Q TY "an -La C 45 Q0 79 dx 4-14 1' I Q lp. Brad Ramig Laura Ramsey Kim Randall Debbie Rash Chris Reiber Marilyn Reiber Toni Relgenborn Jose Renova Beth Reynolds Martina Riefel Paul Ritchey Ken Robertson Irma Rodrlguez Robert Rogers Yvonne Rogers Cathy Romero Debbie Romero Kenny Romero Rita Romero Tim Rossow Christy Roth Agnes Rushing Rudolph Saiz Debbie Sanchez Cindy Savacool Kelly Saylor Arthur Schlabach Kory Schocke Tammy Schnobel Nathall Scripter Manuel Serrano Berry Sisson Brenda Shade Lorrie Sherrill Carl Shultz Karen Snyder Lorena S mith Terrie Trevino Greg Solano Leonard Solano Rose Sorenson Linda Sox Vicki Spear Kevin Stanford Debbie Stecklein Ronda Stevens Ronda Swain Jack Sweet Valeda Talbert Lynn Tallent Erica Tauche Mary Taylor Renee Templeton Patty Torres Veronica Torres Alan Trudell Mike Trulos Clara Ullibarri Bertha Valdez Fred Valdez Sam Valdez Carla Van Vleet Ken Velarde Debra Vigneur Rhonda Warstler Darla Welch Virginia Wells Carolyn White Doug Wilson Rhonda Wilson Joe Wolfe Charlotte Wright Larry Wright Pat Young Susan Zamarripa Joe Zepeda Lorraine Manzan AYES "P-7 iza- Qhvlf 1 . ,ll- , I f.. 1 Q 2 ,Wiki ,f "' 'N -" 1 ft - ' x 3 in . ,7 To 'fi' - l dn., 1- ' .A E 1 .M N ,Vi gli: ' I bfi' 'fi' . . fl " ,-.." iq I' '53, L CW' 611155 Of 1979 V U 'Wm lfQ juninr ffagle Honors e 611155 Of 79 Fran Crusan Jon Rhodes Selected by the Eagle Staff for Outstanding service to Adams City High School ,JG-0' yell: We're the greatest under the sun. 79 is number 1! motto: Give me the serenlty to accept the things I cannot change, the knowledge to change the things I can, and the wlsdom to know the difference Sponsors: Mrs. Hlll, Mr. Kawakami Mr. Nichols, Mr. ReVeIlo colors: Emerald Green and Silver flower: S weetheart R ose Seventy- im: Officers: Ronda Swain President Cathy Ferguson Treasurer Fran Crusan Vice-President Ronda Stevens Secretary Autograph fwfww V014 wwf Qiiw villa? 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E E 5 Q Q N 5 3 S wi' 5 Nz S E S3 6 and by his trade s ' ' ' , Wha fedff'ies'TQdTefz'e1ninder of every hand that pinned hifn dawn ar eh!! nn till Nh eried ant in his anger and his shanae -'S S if-' :EEZ Sm is 52 S3 BN is .Sm 'N Chey Krlinquishcd Chair Hmwn 1511! Z7l1ey'll 16? Hack TOP ROW-L TO R: Glenn Aiki ama Ken Romero And Dorrance, Leonard Solano, John Ortiz, Tito Padilla, Jeff Wolfe, John zalez, 102 Y 1 1 Y Scaff, Dave Pleasant, Mark Lott, DeVon Cutrell, Dwayn mgr, Coach Wathen, Joe Deaguero, Jim Vigil. This year's varsity wrestling team under the direction of new head coach, Bob Wathen, had a good season. Their season record was 10-1, with their only loss going to Thornton. "The team was really young this year, the only two wrestlers who have had previous state experience were John Ortiz, senior and Dwayne Pecosky, junior." com- mented assistant Coach Joe Gilas. The Eagles tied with Ranum for the Skyline League Championship but when they edged past the Raiders by V2 point to take the district title they were given the first place league trophy also. Seniors, John Ortiz 1125 lbs.l, and Jeff Wolfe 1138 Ibs.l, took third place in districts and Dave Pleasant 1155 lbs.l, also a senior took second place. While sophomore Andy Dorrance 1112 lbs.l, juniors Leonard Solano 1119 lbs.l, and Dwayne Pecosky 1heavyweightl, and seniors John Scaff 1145 lbs.l, and Mark Lott 1167 lbs.l, were all crowned District Cham- pions at their weights. They qualified six wrestlers for state. Dorrance, So lano, Scaff, Pleasant, Lott and Pecosky. Dorrance finished second in state and Solano and Pe- cosky finished sixth. Over all the team finished twelth in state. The Coaches are looking forward to a good season - next year because of the strength of their returning wrestlers. e Pecosky BOTTOM ROW: Sandy Maestas, mgr, Charlotte Gon I f , Bob Wathen: Head Coach Overall season record 10 wins, 1 loss AC: AC Vs. Aurora Hinkley WON AC Vs. JF Kennedy WON AC Vs. Broomfield WON AC Vs. Thornton LOST AC Vs. Mapleton WON AC Vs. Westminister WON AC Vs. Brighton WON AC Vs. Northglenn WON AC Vs. Regis WON AC Vs. Highland WON AC VS. Ranum WON TOP ROW, L TO R: Bob Hill, Dwight Lott, Merlin Tomsick, Mike Pam Madrigal, mgr, Coach Gilas. Rocky Martin and Joe Gilas: Assistant Coaches .K , ,NL . 'il -' w h if f O rff Q' sg,-K K TUULPY PETA . ' "' .4 ,.:f- , ,1- 'R p fs: f - f ng - L V., v A ' were if j ,Af i E-i-LL,:,.. l 1 TOP ROW, L TO R: Coach Wathen, Coach Gilas, Joe Deaquero, Glenn Ailciyama, Ken Romero, Andy Dorrance Leonard Solano, John Ortiz, Tito Padilla, Jeff Wolfe, John Scaff, Dave Pleasant, Mark Lott, DeVon Cutrell, Dwayne Pecosky, Jim Vigil, Coach Martin 2ND ROW: Bob Hill, Dwight Lott, Merlin Tornsick, Mike Randall, Alex Espinoza, David Sanchez, Randall Lopez, Dale Coffman, Tim Rossow, Chuck Blalock BOTTOM ROW: Ruth Ortiz, mgr, Pam Madrigal, mgr, Charlotte Gonzalez, mgr, Sandy Maestas, mgr. Randall, Alex Espinoza, David Sanchez, Randall Lopez, Dale Coff- man, Tim Rossow, Chuck Blalock BOTTOM ROW: Ruth Ortiz, mgr, eniors "78" WW QW? MM 12 wms 10 losses 1 tue 19 wms 6 losses 15 wins- 5 losses 3rd in Districts 1st in Districts 3rd in Districts ill Qwwhwf -wwe :User MMM 15 wins- 9 losses 18 wins- 8 losses 13 wins- 7 losses 2nd in Districts 1st in Districts "lf0u'zfe Gai C0 Wan! ff" Varsity X ew . . Y- TOP ROW, L TO R: Kathy Beren, mgr, Shelly Adams, Cindy Yunko, Tracy Keesey, Anita i ' gg y O Padilla, Joan Sullivan, Coach Nichols BOTTOM ROW: Leslie Dannels, Cordy Angel, iiiii ii'i Q ' ,. Q Cathy Crusan, Terri Medina. ' 'Y Q4 ,Y-V r M - George Bandy X . fx 2 ' ' Larry Nichols, Head Coach The AC Girls Basketball team had a season full of dis- appointments but many good things are coming out of the season. Coach Nichols is beginning to build a basketball team from AC. It may take a few years, but if the girls work at it yar round, they will have a dynamite team in the future. 1, 1 . , and . ggi Steve ReVello: 'K it JV Coaches f 3 ' ,fi Qs'-'ln :king- if ' sst A f r , A .J- ,1 K" TOP ROW, L TO R: Coach ReVello, Judy Cha, Trisciha Towey, Sandra Bartlett, Louise Sawyer, Coach Bandy BOTTOM ROW: Rhonda Gallegos, Y'vonne Regensberg, Gloria Baros, Debbie Fresquez. 105 mirfrs H7 " 'S '37 1, v t ' .... . fied overall season record 3 wins, 15 losses Rocky Mtn. JF Kennedy St. Mary's Ranum Northglenn Brighton Westminister Central Catholic Marycrest Mapleton Thornton Broomfield Ranum Highland Northglenn Westminister Marycrest Thornton ,k,,,....N W Kafiiy Cn wmv .f 'A PWA Swv' P' K N wax M A --wr Nw hmmm f W ww. .,..xS, g, ' Sw N , T., i Y J N ,X , -cf' s. K fu f 53' 5 , , w. Q - 9 L , U7 "5 4' fw-g, 3 All Q-xx, ' W!!! Get Hatter TOP ROW, L TO R: Coach Jon Ruby, Gerry Myhre, Rod Dudley, Alan Trudell, Mike McGraw, Chris Jo Johnson, mgr BOT TOM ROW: Erica Tauche, mgr, Steve Phillips, Terry Norwood, Greg Nuss, Kelly Saylor, mgr. The Adams City Swim Team ad a losing season this year, but many good things came out of it. All of the swimmers will be returning next year and the team has one of the best divers in the league Sophomore Greg Nuss. Coach Ruby said he isn't used to a losing season but everyone on the team was inexperienced and they all improved over the season. Coach Ruby hopes that the team will get in lots of practice between now and next season and he hopes that the next Adams City Swim team will be able to pull out some victories. He would also ilce to thank the students who helped run the meets. Overall season record 0 wins, 11 losses AC 28, Thornton AC 19, Ranum AC 34, Regis AC 56, Evergreen AC 16, Mullen AC 14, Westminister AC 10, Northglenn AC 58, Brighton AC 32, Broomfield AC 30, Highland AC 42, Columbine 51 50 132 83 65 66 71 62 82 55 63 Wah: Huilding ,4 ?ufurc Milf X 1. - M. 1 ' " A Row 1: Stacey Little, Paul Archuleta, Ruby Bills mgr., Donna Finn mgr., Joe Zepeda, Robby Blum, Lige Lewis mgr. Row 2: Kevin Hendrixson, Bob Jajdelski, Jerome Gallowa, Greg Zink, Coach Tom Maguire, Coach Wes Ma- drill, Tom Federico, John Rhodes, Wayne Croft, Eddie Gonzales. The varsity record was 1 win and 18 losses. The season simply was reduced to the fact that Coach Maguire used basically the majority of the season 3 seniors, 4 juniors and 4 sophomores. "I was especially impressed with the play of the youn- ger players, and apperciative of the leadership provided by Kevin Hendrixson, Stacey Little and Bobby Jaj- delski." Another senior, Tom Federico was injured during the last month of the season and was unable to finish-al- though he did letter. Little and Jajdelski received votes for the Skyline League All-Conference Team. Little finished ninth in the Skyline League scoring race and Jajdelski twelth in rebounding. "The future of ACHS basketball looks bright due to the fact that we have so many young players returning for the next two years." --- Coach Tom Maguire BL x C. 30,51 V306 ' erzirfrs '78 . 4 5 ,B llll- A-2' 1 xf! W1 loam, 5 9 o Centarus Englewood Mullen Ranum Northglenn Brighton Westminister Central Catholic Regis Nlapleton Thornton Broomfield Highland Northglenn Westminister Regis Thornton Ranum Broomfield lDistrict game? junior Varsity '9!"NqQ.. L, E: fe A g,.,.. .- " ' 'Tour-, i KL to RD John Rhodes, Keith Tognoni, Ross Lucero, Manuel Serrano, Jeorme Galloway, Coach Wes Madrill, Eric Anders, Glenn Kawano, Robby Blum, Joe Aepeda, Eddie Gonzales. Sophvmvres L-'Ji aff i 1 1 i i Q Keith Tognoni, Bobby Haines, Eddie Crowe, Phillip Castillo, Curtis Thomas, Tony Perry, Tim Lucero, Bret Burham and Tracy Strole manager. 'FH f. 9 il 'fb' . 41 'in - 'H 5? ef 1 1 Glenn Aklyama Leticia Alarcon Teresa Archuleta LaVonne Arends Gloria Baros Tina Black Clay Bower Sherri Bowers Rick Bowers Wanda Boyer John Acosta Lennie Adams Freda Alexander Debora Arneach l 1 Is it really that GOOD? Mei ' 1 z Michael Anderson Tanya Asmussen Chris Applehans Deanna Avent - r s'I 'r ., .1 PWS "Ai . n. 9, "4 4 ,.'X". Jon Bebernlss Victor Bedan Wade Bell Carol Bemis DAX . '. ra arf' l.. Dennis Archer Walt Ballensky .diy in f Rick Beranek I Connie Brothers .W cry 1 4 1, Bret Burham Menna Buschman Terri Casas Dennis Casias Carmen Clemens Kafhv Cochran Amy Crouch Eddie Crowe C s . A Tk QL, 'df i I bfi Leisa Brown Mary Bundy Kenneth Burge Cindy Bustos Roger Cain Laurie Calahan fri' Phillip Castillo Theresa Chavez Deanna Chetelat 5? y N A Danny Cook Jerry Copas Roger Cotton Sandy Burgess Anthony Candelarle Dave Chevarrla Sandy Crocker 115 Velvet Curtis L Scott Denton Freta Douglas Toni Evans Anna Fajardo Frank Favela Michelle Fenstemaker Patsy Fierro Chris Crusan Tina Daigre Derik Dewey Fran Doyle I Noel Cuttrel Eugene De Baca fu B I Sofia Dominguez Jenny Drelllng We an i Jay De La Barre Dorthy Deaguero De Gina DeMott 'L Jacklyn Debra Dorffler Andy Dorrance Mike Duran Lisa Earwood Troy Emmett 'LU Larry Frantz Rhonda Gallegos Don Garrison Lurene Goodnight Chris Grant Greg Fltch .f Q " V' A ' is B , .V Lesa Frantz . - ew-. .4 , .1 5 11.1, Rick Gallegos 1 .CM iii Laura Gomez Annette Flageolle ifqqi- r ' " A l Blain Franzen Jerome Galloway James Fleming Viola Fleshman Debra Fresquez Renee Frost ff' fi .3 vtx Penny Garcia Robert Garcla nr Q -. ! I T : . Rebecca Flores rs vig ' fe. U ,qw OL we ,1 4, 's 'C - Jeff Fulsaas ' ' .E Q - "X y , h' ' at w I X ' Janet Garrett V H x i Eddie G0nZaleS Jae Gonzales Laura Gonzales Josie Gonzalez ,T l rf 'lic Q ii 'I fi- ' Ei V rf Jgqrai' Dan Groetken Mlchelle Hagen Robert Haines Harlan Hall Denise Hallstied Carol Hardy fi ol X Lynetta Hargis Lynn Heath Tony Herrera Marci Hicks Shena Hicks Y? i Bonn' Hill Rosie Hill Dave Hogan Tamara Horne Cathy House Arlanda Huff '- 1' 12.3 T X K ff X .. N v 5 -Q 'Rf T T F KN. 'k'x."l.XX,P , X Ti ll-'Ng T Michelle Humphries Robin Ipock Gwen Terry Jaso Laurle Johnson N ,fi . v Tim Johnson Bill Jones Lucy Kenyon Joan Ketteler Mike Ketteler Cindy Kite X sf, .. 1 -'Y' . if -ll 5 ,,. f 3 . Q, f ,A ,a , .N M . -tm f '25 fi, X . N ' 5. .Q x. e v 'Q 1 1 4 f . I ' X,-'75 :Lf Sheila Klrkendall Anna Klocker Chris Koenig Steve KOVINCNCR Verglnla Krantz Eric Krause ' 1 TY' an ' , - 'L r - . vk .K .'-, K 1 jx- ' 1: I ' 1 'nk p If .. Bernadette Kreutzer Randy Kropp Doug Kuder Patricia Lane Linda Lang 1 ft of , -' tl ' " Ln A R ' 1 Mike Langren Mark Lapp Robert Larson Heather Lawson Gregory Leal Christine Lester Q iz- L' Randy Levlne 4 Betty Lott Dwight Lott fx , . K v v 1 Julie Loch Tom Locke Donna Lopez Rona Lovato Mark Love Linda Lucas Tim Lucero Danette Lorshbrough Darcle Lorshbrough Jerry Lucio Mat Lundy .J is g. ,xi -ya sy , . . if Q, ,. Leonard Mares Dan Martinez Mike Martinez Pat Martinez K 9 Lynn Lynch Paul Marquez E, , L-mini 'ul James Martinez Patti Marty Simon Lucio Pam Madrigal Tammie Marshall Jim Martinez Art Mascrenas Debra Lundy Penny Maestas Jackie Martin Jeannie Martinez Tom Mascarenas 1 Leroy Lundy Curtis Martinez Julie Martinez Anna Maurer J E. , . '.r ' 1 ,f .J U, X Mickey Mayberry Gail McAIexander Shane McLaughlin 9 x Lisa Mitchell LuAnn Mitchell .ff Wade Mortensen Q. 3 Janne McGiIligan l Sandra Medina Chris Montour 71" Carol Mowry Hx .J if' l Ken McGraw Trudy McKee .oi-57704 Duane Meier Jerry Meier Greg Moore James Morgan Leisa Mullen Cindy Muniz Chuck Murphy Chris Musgrave Cindy Musgrave Lori Nation Eric Nelson Ot' Rich McLamb v- A ke X Yvonne Minne .X , 44' xl, Q s . x Terry Morgan 5. if' i ,QfL.,,,, .g,., ' lx, 2 -I AX. X75 Debbie Munson Arnell Nevins 121 ' e X 4 X Q Tom Newell Darrel Nicks ..f' . 1 ,, Lorrine Ochoa Roger Oliver Lousle Ortega XJ Se aiz t gg, 1f'L , g e s- we 'X' . , fl ' .,rv: ',"'f is , 53's X fr r I my 2 Carmen Philby Kelvin Post Donna Prater Dean Paschke Fred Pedroza ,.f 'P 4 ' Y Roberta Phi Iby Larry Pickett --f T XM , Paula Nicks Cindy Nuanes Greg Nuss ,JH Ji io YD' Ruth Ortiz Keith Owens Tito Padilla Tony Perry Ben Petet xrlirrlnegttinger xl' X w Laurie Pierce Deb Porter Kelly Post : - i A ' .. . ... A .. :: 2 gi f i' 1 e ,l . -1' X xy 'Q ax ala? 4 A W F Karen R ltchey Mike Quimby Sherri Quintana -1 Barb Raitz Mike Randall Laurel Rediess Sharon Robertson Elaine Robinson Shawne Robinson K. Y,-fa I fb .QM JH Sandra Romero Dave Sanchez Erma Sanchez Leonard Sanchez Vivian Sanchez Abram Sandavol 'glib 1 -,1 - S RN-il Z' X l X I Belle Roof James Rosentreader ' x Yvonne Regensberg Ronnetta Richardson Lance Ricord 'I A I-e0n3l'd R0dfi9Ue2 Jim Rogers Alex Romero 51, ,Q if, 1' .Q ' Q. .N , .- , d J x X gl xii.. Q' 'Ji Gary Saiz Sandie Sallee Carlos Sanchez A el'l in P - ' --jf, ffiwf i R Nl ' X , s Q' VQJ r. l 'F' H lb fa X , . . ll. aw' ,f I ' ' iljrll-f X 123 n-ni Lori Scholes Gina Solano Guy Sutherland Curtis Thomas Michele Thurman Sherry Saunders Mike Seeger Lorraine Solano Dennie Swan 1 I gi Debbie Savacool Louise Sawyer Nina Serrano Barbara Short 1-., Christie Spitz Jeff Spitzer Lisa Swanson Mary Szewcyyk X Cheryl Schaible Nancy Sloan 5,3 sr .l S' I 'tal E L 'fa fl . . Norma Stock Sue Tallent John Schmitt Shelly Smith Rose Stolte Linda Tatro F Mike Toedtli f I' , va ,. Lisa Troyer Eric Valdez Gary Vigil Diana Vinzant Becky Wagner Nlarcelne Walker Tina Walker 'K r l Ex 2 H llda Thurston Keith Tognoni Doney Trujillo Becky Valenclano l T l Wes Toavs . vs XJ A T f K f X kg 's', . ' -My 'F a ia Merlin Tomsick .4 'M 1 fa '43-. . TX w vw. ' was I -' ' ,Q we Tricia Towey Lucy Trevino Garvin Trlmm lx Lt T Annette Trulos Tracy Tucker Jackie Tyler Denise Valdez 'S' 33 Dave Velarde Amy Vialpando Kathy Vialpando Cindy Vigil A l 79 ' K 2 1 611155 Of I 98 O Q l Shirley Walters Dayna Welch Mary Welker Donita Wheeler Dean Wlkstrom ,E is I Jackie Wolfe Shelly Wood Charlene Ybarra Kelly Young Shelly Young Y, y,y S Duwane Younger Molly Yslas Kellie Yullle Cindy Yunko Duane Zaputll Y , W x in 2 F 5: -ex.: 1 ' " f . V, 'QL j l , Mark Zellers Merry Zimmerman Greg Zink Cindy Zoss Melvin Zoss Sophoozoro 5 Urioio Zoufoy Wosloy Cooos foglo Honors Qi-sw! ,A V mo ' - 4- 1' so J- .J JR, C fl RL Class Officersy lleft to right! Tracy Strolep Secretary, Jackie Wolfe: President Gloria Barosj Treasurer, Erma San chez: Vlce President Class Colors: Dark Green and Yellow Class Flowery Forget-me-nots Class Yellp We are greater than the rest, Class of 80 is the Best! Sophomore Class Sponsors: lleft to rlghtl Tom Wlltgen, Jan Becker, Richard Maginn, Dlane Tabor . 611155 ,, Of so K7 Q ,Q X 1 I M Aoi' V ff V-Vxigj W u Jw J' vw if 9 X I f of DV0JUff1f5'JOVUf U? D Uyffyto! iw UU Li Ci if uv V OV A JXQ C M QD W0 ' U , f Qljlpt ,Ji - JL A Owl 1 J LAO' M JMX' gfffdiwgy W Wy, J L15 1 fm ' I rx f kt, rx fkf 3419 SL Q . M by Win! My N Ty dj x vfyw UN fly X, A! j Lf' .Rf KJJJLXLDUL ,fp W I . ,LJ 1 K 'l V if 5 f J Y JL MPH If vb ly D+ MA gy Ls W 7 J 5 0 in ?9' '2LH W ' Wi f G JJ if JY I , , -il. I K le RJ, V- W J' I Pj Q, f f . --f Fl ,V YQ' V' 1 J , T D ,ji flwfl JU! 1 pf!! X Z9 mm '78 52111113 Qmrfrrzfm Qorever 'W'f A f 4 , 35 - x R ., King D 11 lf I d P I e ll s zz I1 I .Queen 6 I1 5 I' ll I 5' 11 I1 e K ' r lst 1611141461 lip Qmi Runner lip There was a tie for first runner-up between DeVon Cutrell and Stacey Little 3rd Runner lip 4fh Kunuvr lip 1' CRGACDIZAC IOCD I Qind ,M yscy In Che Sunshz Q, 60-Presidents Linda Jugert "Serving you, the Student Body, has been an exper- ience I will never forget. I have enjoyed working with Student Council and the Student Body. There are a lot of leaders ln the group and I know that they will apply themselves to make the new school the best one in the state. I want to wish the best of luck to the upcoming classes with their new school." WWQM Tommy Arellano "It's really been a privilege for me to serve as your Co-President, this past year. I've learned how to cope with new problems and to see the other side, always knowing tomorrow would be a new day. "Whenever I had situations I couldn't understand, I had to trust in myself, knowing only I could seek the truth. "The happiest and the saddest times of my life were when I was totally Involved. Knowing this, I know I would do lt again, given the chance." Anyone can do Anyone can be If they let that part come alive. J I BOTTOM ROW, LtoRp Tom Arellano, Cindy Harris, Yvette Fuselier, Liese Dall, Linda Jugert, Francine Crusan, Patricia Towey, Sherrie Quintana, MIDDLE ROW: Carrie Toavs, Rodgel Betts, Patricia Romero, Susie Page, Gloria Baros, Ronda Stevens, Yvonne D'Andrea, Rona Lavato, Ronda Swain, Andra Betts, Erma Sanchez, TOP ROW: Debbie Jaramillo, Wesley Toavs, Gayle McAlexander, Tracy Strole, Cathy Ferguson, Chris Hoffman, Dennis Kight, Sandy Fajardo, Joe Zepeda, Sally Espinoza, Joe McKenzie, Mr. K. Weeden, NOT PICTURED: Jackie Wolfe, Debra Arneach, Veronica Cordova, LuAnn Marty Secretary: Treasurer: Cindy Sal ly Harris Espinoza Student Council is a group of students who represent the student body of ACHS. The council Consists of four of- ficers and six representatives from each class plus co-presidents, a secretary, and a treasurer for the Student Council. In addition to representing the student body the council promotes school activities, facilitates communications, acts as a liaison with faculty and administra- tion, and works toward a positive school climate. The council functions as part of a leadership training class. Student Gzfuncil ,W Senior Kepreseufafiees TOP ROW-L T0 R-Yvette Fuselier, Pat Romero, Rodgell Betts BOTTOM ROW- Sandy Fajardo, Joe McKenzie Jil?-Fl famine Kepreseufefiees TOP ROW-KL TO RD Joe Zepeda, Susie Page, Debbie Jarmillo. BOTTOM ROW-Chris tine Hoffman, Andra Betts, Dennis Kight. Sephemere Representatives L T0 R- Gall McAlexander, Sherry Quintana, Rona Lovato, Tricia Towey. 137 Gli' E9 'T' 1 xJ TOP ROW: L TO R: Angela Nlckxrn, advisor: LuAnn Marty, Editor-in-Chief: Cindy Applehans, News Editor Michelle Flageolle, Editorial Editor: Sheila Towey, Feature Editor: Pam Haines, Sports Editor: Gaylene Ward Business Manager 2ND ROW: Linda Love, reporter: Anna Bradford, typist: Sharon Gomez, reporter, Cindy Harris, Editorial Editor: Tina Grover, reporter: Kelly Saylor, reporter BOTTOM ROW: Greg Duran, staff artist Joe Zepeda, photographer: Greg Solano, photographer: Joe McKenzie, photographer. The Eagle Eye is a monthly publication put out by the Journalism II class. The Eagle Eye staff strives to analyze is- sues, inform about current events and tries to improve the entertainment and spark some interest in the ACHS student body. The following awards were attained through staff effort this past year: Quill and Scroll International First Place Award: National Scholastic Press Association Honor rating of Second Class: Colorado Press Association High School News- paper Award of Runner-UP in Class II: and the Publications Olympics Awards, sponsored by the Colorado Press Associ- ation Community Publications Company. Sditar-.711-Khicf LuAnn Marty NATIONAL .O HONOR SOCIETY 2 S W Qi EL. BOTTOM ROW, L TO R: Linda Jugert, Yvonne D'Andrea, Cindy Dreiling, Louanne Leeper. 2ND ROW: Sandy Fajardo, De- Vonna DeMott, Liese Dall, Carrie Toavs, Dawn Kettlesen, Susan Gibson, Mrs. Geraldine Veatch, sponsor, Pam Haines, 3RD ROW: Debbie Robertson, Lori Howes, Renee Sloan, Anita Goodenough, Cindy Applehans, Vicki Barnard, Dale Stertz, Kenneth Off, Mara Haggard, Mr. Pat Gereighty, sponsor. - 139 ffm. Q- TOP ROW, L TO R: Elaine Mestas, Judy Cha, Debora Rash, Given Jamison,Lorrie Sherrill, Verda McConnell, sponsor BOTTOM ROW: Heidi Frankfurter, Rita Romero, Toni Reigenborn. 14.5. 16. 0. 1ST ROW, L TO R: Cindy Martinez, Sandra Prien, Karen Cravett, Elaine Mestas, Andra Betts 2ND ROW: Julie Nuanes, Darlene Leyba, Laurene Diller, Mrs. Hoffman, advisor BACK ROW: Pam Nor- ton Future Homemakers of America and Home Economics Related Occupations are organizations for home economics stu- dents. The organization work to promote home economics through community service projects, school and classroom activities. Since ALL of us, male or female, young or old, are homemakers, FHA-HERO works to prepare young people for their role as homemakers, 140 X We ' X PQ 54 'X ""' X ,-"C M, X ,- XX. x -, I D Row 1: Marilyn Reiber, Debbie Davis, Scott Denton, Diana Vinzant, Greg Leal, Delona Da- vis, Michelle Sprague, Cindy Harris, Randy Madril. Row 2: Sherri Pleasant, Frank Favela, Anna Klocker, Debra Savacool, Chris Walworth, Row 3: Robert Taylor, Kurt Lysek, Roger Elliot, Sponsor, Mrs. Margaret Brown. Drama 6711111 I QUEEN vd5:o-Ffirfaiafr , 42'4'iH,-4.2- I ' . -N.,-i st '5iTs,,.,-K ' jig 'g Q -V we v 'Q P9 .5 141 N1 - -. I I L' W KL W , ' 1 - f . QJX. sh I A Che Night Of ll Ifl ll ll I' 76 l Prlson Martron ............. . . Judge Heath ............ Dlstrlct Attorney Flint Defense Attorney ...... Clerk of the Court ..... Karen Andre .......... Dr. Kirkland ............ Mrs. John Hutchins ..... Homer Van Vleet Elmer Sweeney ........ Nancy Lee Faulkner .. Madga Svenson ........ ...Marilyn Reiber ......Debbie Davis Rand Madril Y Michelle Sprague ...Rory Thompson .....Carolyn Martel .......Anna Klocker .....Sherri Pleasant .... Greg Leal .....Scott Denton .. ..... Nancy Edwards .......DeIona Davis John Graham Wltfleld .. ...Chris Walworth Jane Chandler ....... . ..... ..... D iana Vinzant Slgurd Jungqulst .......... Larry Regan ............... .. .... Roberta Van Rensselaer .....Frank Favela ........Roger Eliot .. ........... Cindy Harris Secretaries .... . ......Mary Scewczyk and Sandie Sallee Debbie Davls as Judge Heath ...pn 5 Q 5 j i 4 s l ., 5 Af Richard Martinez Randy Madril 144 Tranlo L ucentio Kate . .... . Baptista Biance . Gremio . Hortensio Petruchio Potso ........ Marla Shrew ......Roger Elliot ...........Greg Leal .......CaroIyn Martel .........Sherri Pleasant ......MichelIe Sprague .......Chris Walworth .......Frank Favela ........Randy Madrill ......Richard Martinez ..........Diana Vinzant Lucreta ..... Lauren Sutherland Fishwoman .. .......... Cindy Harris Pianist ................ ..... B ecky Mendenhall Dec. 15, 16, and 17 Directors ,Margaret Brown .. -er .. V v V ' 'av Q... V V rv -, . 'Vv Yv 'Vvv VVVVYVR lykivxv ,Y "7""Vvvw v 'Vvyv 'V'Y'vv,v Vvvv sVVv Row 1 Randy Madril Cindy Harris Delona Daris Chris Walworth. Row 2 Robert Taylor Sherri Pleasant Michelle Spraque Roger Elliot Kurt Lysek. Sponsor Mrs. Brown N V4-61116 BOTTOM ROW, L TO R: Doug Kawakaml, sponsor, Jimmy Vigil, DeVonna DeMott, Carrie Toavs, Brenda Waldman, Wes Madrill, sponsor 2ND ROW: Dave Pleasant, Robert Lambert, Don Lewis, Roger McWhirt, Ruby Bills, Cindy Dreiling, Edie Pe droza 3RD ROW: John Mascarenas, Clay Coffman, Jeff Wolfe, Mark Lott, Stacey Little, Kevin Hendrixson 4TH ROW: San- die Murphy, Linda Jugert, LuAnn Marty, Cheryl Fahey, Lorl Agazio, Yvonne D'Andrea, Leroy Stock 5TH ROW: DeVon Cu- trell, Paula Flowers, Trudy Harris, Liese Dall, Lori Howes, Janet Hastings, Gailyn King, Mara Haggard. "A" Club is an organization which should involve all persons lettering in a varsity sport. Our club gives extra recognition to those athletes who have displayed outstanding achievements in Athletics. The activities of "A" Club are to serve the school in any possible way and to show concern for the future athletes of Adams City High. "A" Club ls in charge of selecting Homecoming Royalty and Sadie Hawkins Dance. 146 Kaleidoscope ,Adams Kify High Sclzaolis' ,Citerary Magazin: l shv .,. l FRONT ROW: L TO R: Bret Tallent, Vicki Vietmeier, Heidi Dinnel, Howard Taylor, Linda Stlllings, Cathy Crusan BACK ROW: Jan Sullivan, sponsor, Leah Hoppe, Terri Gassman, Jean Figgins lThe Mountaineering Club photo should have gone here, but due to the fact that one of the members made an ob- scene gesture the photo was not printed. Nor will any photo under the same circumstances ever be. I apologize to the rest of the club because one person ruined it for them aIl.l Editor 147 Z7.5.Ky4. BOTTOM ROW, L TO R: Cindy Lane, Paula Perry, Barry Franzen, Jack Gibbs, sponsor, Ver- nell Arends, Pam Haines, Michelle Herrera 2ND ROW: Julie Marquez, Heidi Frankfurter, Diane Lorshbough, Cindy Savacool, Linda Salmeron 3RD ROW: Glenda Donley, Frank Orte- ga, Mark Aragon, Eloy Archuleta, Sam Jennings TOP ROW: Vicki Spear, Eileen Aragon, Anton Dixon, Debbie Jarmillo, Greg Thompson. The purpose of Black Student Awareness CBSA! ls to give Black students a chance to par- ticipate ln activities, in and out of school. It offers students a change to meet and exchange ideas with other Black students throughout the metro area of Denver. 148 The purpose of Distributive Education Clubs of America is to train students ln the areas of Leadership Devel- opment, Social Intelligence, Vocational Understanding and Civic Consciousness. Some of DECA's many ac- tivities this year were the Haunted Castle, Tiny Town, District Conference, State Conference, a dance for the city decorations, and many fund raising projects. DECA's main goal is to place first in the Chapter of the Year con- test. Black Awareness BOTTOM ROW: Linda Tyler 2ND ROW, L TO R: Arnel Nevins, Shawn Robinson, Derene Armelin, Pat Bills, Mary Taylor, Rose Hill, Michelle Humphries TOP ROW: Michell Gar- ett, Dave Pleasant, Wend lon Hill, Steve Clemens, Jon Rhodes, Kim Edwards, Ruby Bills Y Rodgell Betts, and lnot shown? Larry Nichols, sponsor. Girl And Kay H , S QW S . "bw QQ? 160 sg"f??'iiSvg. 2 4 z I Q 51,11-sig Q 1 Y Q , l' . I 7 4 5 'QXf!fXf" If 9ff4'lLnP-V sc 53?,'5?2' I 4 4 1 0 BOTTOM ROW, L TO R: Ken Off, Michelle Sprague, Carrie Toavs, Stacey Little, Yvonne D'Andrea, Pam Haines, Tom Arellano BACK ROW: Ron Richardson, John Pauls, Robert Kruetzer, Dale Stertz, Steve Gurganus. Hlzimuo Dancers FRONT ROW L TO R: Patty Torres, Julie Nuanes, Vicki Duran, Liz Duran, 2ND ROW, Lorraine Benavldez, Sandy Mestas, Karen Vigil, Rona Lavato, TOP, Brenda McDonald L to R3 Ron Richardson, Gerome Romero, Mr. Siedellp Sponsor, Ken Off, Brett Tallent 150 Jlfl.6i,Zl6.0.Z1K BOTTOM ROW, L TO R: Major J.A. Maxwell, instructor, Dallon Mumma, Douglas Thompson, Craig Hoffman, Harvey Dunn, Abram Sandoval, Jerry Meier, Troy Schwindt, Wanda Boyer, Cathy Romero, Helen Sandoval, M. Sgt. R.A. Swank,instructor 2ND ROW: Jery Frase, Larry Colson,Rudy Saiz, Dan Brumltt, John Brown, Steve Clemens, Chris Musgrave, Bev Cravatt, Pam Logsdon, Connie Logsdon BACK ROW: Ken Hughes, Carl Schultz, Bill Llndner, Charles Bynon, Mike Sharp, Robert Ritchey, Terri Gassman, Linda Boyer, Dolores Maurer. The Lamp Semper Of Fldelis Knowledge J1fl.6ijl6.0.?1 . L TO R: Cadet GySgt. Harvey Dunn, Cadet Capt. Dallon Mumma, Cadet 2d Lt. Craig Hoffman, Ca- det SSgt. Charles Bynon. M5160 C6 Officers JIUIZO C6 Kalorguard L TO R: Cadet 1st Lt. Doug Thompson, Cadet 1st Lt. Terri Gassman, Cadet Capt. Dallon Mumma, Cadet 2d Lt. Linda Boyer, Cadet 2d Lt. Craig Hoffman. I Q. A 1.1. I' G: . sf Q HS X ww' X .. W sr 'Wx w X V V w sf 1 ,, 9 , s K 15,1-. J' 'S Q ... B -1 u ' , v M' ' 43' XS - kizgl Q 'C v ip- . gf . I -nr - ' -.fi ' i 'Z 'r S ' '15, 1 Q.,,, Li' ww ' 2,4 ' xg! 'f' ' . f . . 3 vr .Rf I . ' 1 sv, .SM A gg f ' 1 ' EA? . . s lg ' f , - f. .uv , 1 5 I, a Q N - 4 . 1-1.4.1 1 EDUCATION ,oak iv' ' 7 '1,iT'lT1II1Tff.1T'f1.f.'If'i'.ff I uslNEss UTURE EADERS MERICA CQ FRONT ROW: Linda Jugert, Judy Vigil, Ann East, sponsor, Dawn Kettleson, Lorraine Papiernik, LuAnn Marty 2ND ROW: Rhonda Wilson, Vlcky Vietmeier, Penny Dewey, Sandy Fajardo, Veronica Cordova, Rhonda Swain 3RD ROW: Martina Riefel Laurene Gertge, Josephine Gonzalez, Vicky Spear, Sabrina Gonzalez, Lynn Kaiser, Yvette Fuseilier BACK ROW: Arlene Lo- bato, Sandy Hoag, Theresa Sanchez, Lisa Gonzales, Mara Haggard, Melissa Sorenson, Anna Bradford, Cathy Litsey. One of the major objectives of FBLA is to develop self-confidence and strong, aggresive business leadership so that as students become a part of the business and community life in their jobs, they may be more effective. Some of FBLA's activities are the district and state conferences and fund raisers. 154 V754 BOTTOM ROW, L TO R: Mr. Anderson, advisor, Mr. Sandoval, advisor, John Klocker, Dan Keesey, Robert Kreutzer, Steve Hawks, Bill Langren, Mr. McRyhew, sponsor 2ND ROW: Anthony Medina, Jim Emmett, Troy Emmett, Paul Pennel, Terry Norwood, Claude Verhoeff 3RD ROW: Glenn Bowman, Larry Wright, Steve Gurganus, Mark Berry TOP ROW: David Pritchard, Richard Burdslll, Max Valdez, Curtls Garner, Gerg Barber. lf-acts? sxx ' - 5. fxlx 1. A 5 f 5 x Mgt! H Y L T I N A S E R R A N 0 The varsity squad consists of ten senlor girls C I N D Y D R F I A E H L E I Y N G J A B N R E E T N D P A 1 I- w K A I L N D G Nl T A 0 N N they were selected last spring by the student body L c 0 1 R N I D A Y G B A A Z R I o 0 s C0'CaPfa5f1 GHHYY1 Kim! Co-Captain Denice Morton Front Row: Denice Morton, Randi Levine, Mr. Groves, Sponsor, Debbie Herman- son, Gailyn King. Second Row: Roberta Ochs, Janet Delaney, Vicki Vogt, Jackie Johansen, Debbie Burham, Yvonne Rogers, Tracy Keesey, Tammy Schnabel, Tanya Assmusen, Tammey Lind. S e n I 0 r .9 V5Cki V09t Roberta Ochs S 16' in an H gd 'Z' u H lfl C' 4 i l :WA-fi? K ,. .Mr 3. K, z x q A2 .fl 'Y u f is ffl gf 4 Q L W,-X xv' M , A Z 'G U ja: "' ' W ' -5 Q. ' ALFA A 45 Xt- :AV M . .1 nf,Lk.f,K 4 1 R4-v m S38 gg - W' xg, ,X L ,A,- f W Q, - M ,Y , v S. ,1A l ILI, "N-.f" ,.. if EL rr 3 :Wig T W 4434! f-aff' . v .X 5 :L Sf- ' '.n:,.::- 5 w"--- -1 -f.-- W. W....l. , L., ' , ,M , , . M, If .W , I V QB ,g 4 f j' f., gf 41 4: Li 4 .ssv.-N 4 'x . .4 4 1 X if - li 'lt 3 I 1 - Q ,lu 'F Jr X ' ' . ' ' L V 3 Q 1 If, - ' "- 'QT ' ' z gf 0 u c I7 1: i 1' r I Directan Kounie Hollinger jew.:-f, X , qw my g - I L , ,M ,Mn . 5 ff 'nm ' .,-'ZF XA al A" Ad' ' 5' S 5 'i' Wm. , U-. ,.. , - Q. ., .h..mX 5- 3. 1. f ,5 N yj.,,f"'- 1 ,,:,J. 1 1 3 :S.u.-1--QM P15 azvvggiwij, W Q K ewfsizvf-.f.-wr-ff-e . , 1, , ,W 1 , , Q mmf- A - ' .., 'x' Q,-.,fIg?cb'9"?"qi"' ' 3 b ' X 1-X11 ,ml x X' H915 9353- QR?Wi"kf . X -, :IQ . x ' x K w 5 E 3 , 1 z . A, 5 ,N f . 1. .K Xe 1 7' f- . 5 5 . i A 3 , 5 , f Q 1 ,xv V , v-3 , , 3 , f if Mr. Doohan received his B.A. at Montana State and M.ED. at Mon- tana U. He has his Doctotate ln progress at UNC. Mr. Doohan plays a guitar for his own "amazement". "We try to attend as many school activities as possible -- to be among kids, our own and our 1500 at ACHS!!" Ma-q .........-..-.-1-pagan Principals fe 1 She received her B.A. in 1970 and M.A. in 1973 from CU. Mrs. James llkes tennis and ski- ing. She also likes to be among friends. DR. CAROL FILLENBERG Asst. Principal 166 CARMEN JAMES Asst. Principal THOMAS DOOHAN Princlpal He received an A.B. at UNC and his M.ED. at Mlssourl U. He has been director of the Cl- vitan Youth Summer Seminar for the past 5 years. LESTER PANKRATZ Asst. Principal CAROL GIL MAN Actlvltles Offlce f She en Joys O l bowling, gym- af nastlcs, and ma- crame. She plans to try skilng thls wlnter. CAROL GREGG CHERYL KAESIK Maln Office Counseling Office She likes col- lecting old hat pins, vases, and different shells. She also loves to attend garage sales. , wife ..- 'ig-X. VIRGINIA MARTINEZ SHIRLEY SAUER Counseling Office Maln Offlce 7 EDNA BLANCHETTE Attendance Office IMELDA MARTINEZ Vocational Office A Denver Bronco football fan, she also loves to sew clothes for her and her children. Has lived in Commerce City for 30 years. She has 5 children all of which are ACHS graduates. Mrs. Serrano ls a 1976 graduate of A.C.H.S. A 1976 graduate of ACH S, she ls presently attending CCD North campus, Majorlng ln business and mlnorlng ln child Development. "I have gone to St. Lukes Hospi- tal for LPN training have also worked in the emergency room at Valley View hospital for 3 years. ANNETTE SER RANO Maln Office MELVA STEIN CHRIS VAN OSTER Attendance Office Attendance Office -1 Y PAULA ARROYO Lo-Ri PAT GEREIGHTY A-E ED KOSLOSKI F-Ll Has a BA from MSC In English 84 Art. Has a MA from U of Colo. ln Guidance 8. Counseling. She ls present- ly working on degree ln Span- Ish. Has a BA from Santa Fe Col- lege, MA St. Mary's U. at San Antonio, 8. a Ad- mlnistratlve cer- tlflcate from DU. Has a BA De- gree, from CU 84 a MA degree UNC. Her hobbles: finding and lm- plementlng new programs for ACHS students. 0 ll lfl S 6 Z7 I' 5 MARIA CAMERON Vocational Education D lrector BEVERLY HALL Ro-Z He recelved a B.S ln Health 8. PE at South Connecticut State Col lege. He also received an M A and Admlnlstratlon Certlflate from CU She has a B.A. and M.A. from Northern Illlnols U. She also has a Certlflcate of Advanced Study from DU. "The only thlng that really bothers me ls LAZY people. " LAVERTA ANDERSON CARLOS LOPEZ Grew up ln the barrio and had his first encounter wlth Engllsh when he was 7. He is a strong be- Ilever of people liberation and the breakdown of stereotypes. Media Heater UI , . ell A 906115 She spends her spare tlme play- ing the plano and slnglng. She has also started a scrap book on Elvis Presley. SALLY ULIBARRI STEVE REVELLO Head volleyball coach at AC. MARY SCHROEDER Has llved ln France and ls now teaching French. Zearuiug Specialists "Ive Attended 9 colleges 84 Universltles, taught at three, and I'm still contantly amazed by the He Snow-skis, water-skis, he hunts, bowls, plays tennis, golf and Semi-Pro Baseball. Received the MA In Guidance WES MADRIL 84 COLlI'1S6llI'I9 at Western St. She enjoys Cross-Country, skllng 84 depth of my Ignorance." STEVE AXELRATH -a... other outdoor sports. GAIL MILLER CAROL HOWIESON lfauug Farm! fducaiian EILEEN WENDE gg Attended Buffalo State U. In New York. She received an M.S SHARON WEBB ln special education. She enjoys teachlng her two sons to swim. Attended Lewis 84 Clark College in Portland, Oregon. TOM BRADLEY Is a student teacher who coaches Soccer which ls ln lt's flrst year here at AC. ANN EAST attended Midland Col- lege in Fre- mont, Nebr. and graduated from CU. CARROL HARR attended UNC, where he earned a Mas- ter's degree in Business Ed, and is currently President of the Colorado Voca- tlonal Assocl- atlon. MARJ BROWN Graduated from Nebraska U. She loves to travel to places like Hawall, Hong Kong, and Japan. JACK GIBBS received hls B.A. from UNC and is currently worklng on a Master's Degree at CSU. Hls hobbies are stained glass windows, gul- tar, and wood- worklng. NANCY MCFADDIN Graduated from AC ln 1958. She received the 1974 Outstandlng V o c a t I o n a I Teacher of the Year Award ln Business Educa- tlon and the Out- standing Educa- tion of America Award in 1974 also. PAM S MITH Student Teacher Went to Westy High. She plays the plano and vlolln. She has a Volce Mlnor and likes muslc. She attended Western State College. TOM MAGUIRE Driver Ed. PAT SALAS lived ln Lima, Peru, for a year and attended college there be- fore graduating from CSU in Ft.CoIllns. She was a newspaper reporter before beglnnlng to teach. GERA L DINE VEATCH Received a B.S. at Loulsl- ana Tech. U. She also re- ceived her M.A. at UNC ln Gree- ley. She LOVES to teach at AC!! Volunteer for Central City Opera during their festlval season. "At present, I'm working on my MA at U. of Colo, at Denver." JAN BECKER JAMES KLEINSCHNITZ Recelved his BS at Regis Col- lege, MA at C.U. 75 hours beyond MA. "I am a former surveyor, theatre manager, dog track cash- ier, college and junior high school teacher." language Arts Received her MA at C.U., also a BS in Education at Central Mis- souri State U. SHERMA ERHOLM VIRGINIA KOONCE Mr. and Mrs. Koonce are cur- rently constructing a Japanese garden. She was teaching at Dupont Ele- mentary when she was asked to set up the readlng lab here. Ours was the first such lab In the state of Colorado. ' Received her MA In Communi- cation at UNC. Hobby: Rock hunt- lng, watching Star Trek, talking to Mr. Spock, trying to keep pace with R2D2, studying American In- dian Art, reading Science fiction. VIVIAN HARVEY HOMER LUGINBILL Department Chairman M.A. U. of Denver ANGELA NICKUM Graduated from USC. wlth a B.A. In English. She also graduated from CU with an M.A. In Journalism. Her hobbies are 4- wheeling, fishing, and skllng. DIANE TABOR Llved In Port- land Oregon for 20 years. She enjoys hiking, camping and just being in the mountains. TOM WILTGEN Has taught at both A C Junior and Kearney Junior High. He has a B.A. and M.A. from CSU. His 6 year old twins keep him busy with camping, fishing, and horse back rldlng. He has taught at ACHS for the past 14 years. JOHN DAVIS RICHARD MAGINN Graduated from CU in 1976 with a math degree. Mr. Maglnn likes to build stained glass windows, ski, and ride bikes. fiance Mr. Gllas, as Head Wrestling Coach, brought home AC's lst State Championship in 1966. JOE GILAS Graduated from UNC in 1970 with a major in Biology and a mi nor in Chemistry. "I've got a lot to learn about people, things, and ITS!!" DOUG KAWAKAMI fd, HAROLD MARTIN Attended UNC for hls B.A. and M.A. He enjoys watching and par- GEORGE MARIACHER ticipatlng in most sports. Has a B.A. and M.A. from DU. He has been teaching at AC since 1950 and has been a basketball of- ficial for 25 years. Received his A.B. and M.A. from UNC. He llkes to ride motor- cycles and watch gymnastics. AL RYDEN Math SEVERT KVAMME Department Chairman rw JOHN ROCHELEAU Attended CSU, for his B.S. and UNC for his M.A. He likes road rallys and photography. He also has coached wrestl ing at Kearney Junior Hlgh slnce Nov. 1971. SELBY SANDERS Received hls B.S. from DU and his M.B.S. fromCU. He coached baseball 24 years. MEL MARTIN g'2':qrxf ' Q fists: NICK SESSON "I receive an extreme amount of satisfaction when I see programs made by the flne young people of Adams Clty Hlgh School!" DORIS BUNCE Mrs. Bunce loves to travel and collects In- dlan Art. Her plans for the fu- ture Include bulldlng a solar house. CARL HAYS Mr. Hays has been teaching In Adams County School Dlstrlct 14 slnce 1951. He graduated ln 1949 form UNC, received a Mas- ters Degree in 1956. Hls Hob- bles are flshlng 84 hunting. LARRY NICHOL S Pass Program Mr. Nichols ls Head of the PAS S Program. He ls also Head Coach of glrls track and JV Coach for glrls basketball. ,O , L, .9504 ,Fw ff 90 0 L1 IRL IA M i ll zz I 67 5 if nor, NEMA UM bi Hrplsu' dt xfeflifw 1' l if 1 1990? ec? ,ll aria! fudies DAVE ROLLA Mr. Weeden recelved a BA in Religious Educatlon, from Centrel Bible College. A teacher Certlfl- cation In Social Studles from CSU. and a MA In Educatlon Ad- minlstratlon from Central Michi- gan U. KIRBY WEEDEN Mr. Quintana graduated from UNC wlth a BA In Social Scl- ence. He graduated from ACHS ln gzl and stlll llves ln Commerce y. CAROL TEBO Ms. Tebo has attended General Washington U., U. of Virglnla, U of Colorado at Denver and Boul- der, SMU and CWC and recelved a BS In Ed. and an M. of Ed. She also llkes Gardening, read- Ing, and sports. Attended Wisconsin U. with a B.S. ln Music Ed. He's been on the Road as a professional musi- cian for 4 years. His wife was a professional singer, but she is now a health clerk at Alsup. CORY GROVES VERDA MCCONNEL She attended CSU for her B.A. and Nebraska State Teachers Col- lege for her M.A. .fine Arts "Produclng plays without a the- ater has made this year challeng- ing." She graduated from CSU with a B.A. in Home Ec. LINDA HOFFMAN MARGARET BROWN .l JAN PERKINS kg, r JOY SCHLEPPY Is a gold and sllversmlth. Her works appear In private and gallery collections under the name Joy Edd. She has appeared ln N.Y., Canada, Louisiana and in the DIANE ZINK midwest. Graduated from Queens College in N.Y. Clty with a Master's and Bachelor's Degrees. DALE ANDERSON ...W -in--w-1 -"' DWAYNE SHOOK "My efforts are centered around making yearly land payments, as I see a future possibility of being fl- nancially lndependent!!" Vmzfivmzl Arts Received a BA from Trinidad Jr. College, and at Adams State. Favorite pastime is watching sport events. VIRGIL MCRYHEW JOHN SANDOVAL K""'l' W 1 , i N , . HAL SWANSON Attended DU, CU, CSC, and Adams State colleges, and re- MARVIN STEARN celved BA Degree. His Hobbies Photography and 4-Wheeling. Physical ducafivu Attended Eastern Washington State College and received a BA In Education. "Sports are my hob- by and favorlte pastlme".She also loves to travel. SHIRLEY HILL J JO ASCHENBRENNER ZISJ146' ggi BA 84 MA from UNC, She is a Gymnastics Lover as well as Coach and Judge. ,YKOUH Q' Sub. SERGEANT RICHARD SWANK He's been ln the US Marine Corps for 24 years. Hls last duty was at the US Army Intelllgence School ln Arlzona lnstructlng ln techniques of Interrogation of POW'S5 mostly done In Vletnam- ese, Because of his ability to speak the language. MAJOR JACK MAXWEL L ROCKY MARTIN He recelved a BA from CU. Hls hobbies include Football, and Welght Training. He enjoys coaching football and other sports WES ROESLER JON RUBY BOB WATHEN Attended Huron College In South Dakota. He ls head coach of the AC football team and also coaches the boys track team. JOSE SOLIS Attended UNC at Greeley. He received his B.A. ln 1969 and hls M.A. In 1971. CHERYL FAHEY Cheryl's motto ls, "If you imag- ine it, you can achieve it. If you can dream it you can become it." Cheryl was in- volved in Cheer- leading, tennis, basketball, vol- leyball, A-Club, Pep-Club and Student Govt. She plans to go DEVON CUTRELL DeVon's activities included football, Student Govern- ment, wrestling, weight lifting, track, and Moun- taineering. He plans to go to college and study bio-chemis- try. His philosophy is "Preserve your dreams, and then endure and strive until you have to college to train as a Stewardess. them." CARRIE TOAVS While studying Computer Science and Date Processing, Carrie plans to work her way through college. Her activities involved tennis, volleyball, Pep-Club, Pom-Pon, Girl's State, Honor Society, A-Club Vice President, FBLA, Yearbook and Student Government. Carrie's philosophy is "Live each day to its fullest for tomorrow may never come." JOE DEAGUERO SOAKJNG 5546155 "Try to treat others the way you would want them to treat you," is Joe's philosophy. Joe was active in football, wrestling, and is also a member of A- Club. Joe plans to go on to college somewhere in Colorado. LUANN MARTY 555555523 75 ll me 3540152711 LuAnn's been editor of the Eagle Eye for two years, Senior Class Vice-President, FBLA, Pep-Club, A Club, and lettered in tennis. She plans to attend college and begin a career In Journalism or busi- ness. LuAnn believes that "The secret of life is not to do what you like but to like what you do." x r ffl , 5 I F DALLON MUMMA Dallon plans to join the Air Force and be- come a test pi- lot. During high school he par- ticipated in ROTC, football, track, Chess Club, and weightlifting. Dallon's philos- ophy is "All things come to he who hustles while he waits." DAVE PLEASANT During high school Dave was active in football, wrestling, track, power- lifting, A-Club, and Black Aware- ness. He plans to go on to college in the future. Dave believes that you should set your goals high, so that you have to take them in strde. If you give 110 percent in everything you do it doesn't matter how it ends, because you know that you can still hold your head up high and say "I gave it my best shot." TERRI GASSMAN Terri, who has been active in Honor Society, ROTC, and Writers Inc., plans to attend college and study Veterinary Medicine at C.S.U. Her motto is "Plan each day to the fullest in achieving pre- planned goals for self-satisfaction, and be kind and friendly to all 7 living things." SHEILA TOWEY Sheila has been feature editor for the Eagle Eye two years, served two years on Yearbook, one of those years as editor. Her phi- losophy is "Never pass up the chance to do something, lf you wait too long the opportunity may be lost. Never be afraid to stand up for the things you believe in or to express you feel- ings. Always remember one of your best friends is you: believe lt. Be yourself, the people who love you do because of the person you are not for some- thing you would pretend to be." ANNA BRADFORD "Life itself can't give you joy, unless you really will ity life just gives you time and space, it's up to you to fill it, " is Anna's motto. She has been ac- tive in FBLA, and served as news editor on the Ea- gle Eye. She plans to attend Community College and major in Sec- retarial Science. DEVONNA DEMOTT Durlng hlgh school Devonna was involved in several areas in- cluding, girls tennis, manager of boys tennis, Honor Society, and President of A-Club. She plans to go to U.N.C. and ma- jor in special education. "Never be afraid to give of yourself," is DeVonna's philosophy. --,,,....---' KATHY CRUSAN Kathy, who has been involved In volleyball, bas- ketball, track, and soccer, plans 5 to go on to col- I lege to study special education or physical edu- cation. Kathy believes in Belng YOURSELF. 1.1 ANITA PADILLA After graduation, Anita plans to go on to college to major in Accounting. During high school she was involved in basketball, volleyball, track, FBLA, A- Club, and Pep-Club. Anlta's philosophy is, "If you get put out by an opponent, that in your opinion is not good, do not CINDY DREILING Cindy has been ac- tive in Pep-Club, Cheerleading, Hon- or Society, A-Club and FBLA. She plans to get a sec- retarial job and fur- ther her education. Her philosophy is, "Live for today, but plan for tomor- row and your fu- ture." LIESE DALL Llese plans to go to college and study blo- loglcal sciences. Her activities consisted of gymnastics, Student Government, Pep- Club, Honor Society, and boys tennis man- ager. Llese's philos- ophy ls "Llfe isn't a race, you have to take time to do little things." SANDRA FAJARDO Sandra plans to work after graduation, and possibly go on to college to become a C.P.A. She has par- ticipated in Student Government, FBLA, Honor So- ciety, and Yearbook. Her motto is "Follow your dream whereever it may lead." on trying and be better." give up but keep prove yourself to MARK LOTT Mark, who par- ticipated in wrestling, let- tered in football and became a member of A- Club, plans to go on to college and continue playing Q, 5 football. "Give a hundred percent in all you do and never give up. Be kind to ev- erybody if you expect them to be the same to you:" is what Mark believes. W1'-lv'T7fQ fi , V 4 ffl LINDA JUGERT V Linda's philosophy is, "The person who never makes a mis- is take is the person A who never tries." Linda plans to go to college for two years and major in business. Linda's activities include Pep-Club, Co- President, FBLA secretary, Honor Society, A-Club, swimming manager, and Band. Soaring bizgles PAM HAINES Pam was involved in DECA, Honor Society, Choir, Yearbook, The Eagle Eye and also wrote for the Commerce City News. Pam plans to go to col- lege and study journalism, and music "I know which way the wind is blow- ing, but I must follow my own course," is her philosophy. SOARING EAGLES A Soaring Eagle is a student who the faculty feels will set high goals, achieve greatly, and be successful in life. This person is high in academic standing and has been Involved in school ac- tivities and sports. BEST OF LUCK TO THE CLASS '78 611155 nf '78 YVONNE D'ANDREA Yvonne has been busy in different areas such as Yearbook, Cheerleading, tennis, Honor Society, A- Club, Pep Club Student Govt. ljr 8. Sr pres.l and Girl's State. She plans on attending college and studying fashion design or interior decorating. Yvonne says, "There are no TOM ARELLANO Tom who served as Co-President in his senior year, was involved ln soccer, tennis, journalism, photog- raphy, was listed as Who's Who Among American High School students and attended Boy's State, plans on attending college to major in electronic engineering. "You can be successful V ffl - -N sfo? s vs' -.HV 5' 4 7. 1 A? yi. -LA 5 I Lan. . get X 5- strangers in the world only friends you have yet to meet." only if you try," is Tom's philosophy. v 42"-,eel l C, A We Did .7t Time is growing short. In a few more months we'll be walking down the halls and out those doors for the last time. Looking back we can remember how scary it was to be a sophomore. Everythlng seemed so big and there were all those people! We soon overcame our shyness though and changing the '76 on the field house roof to a '78 was a cinch. Our first Homecoming game was a loss but at least we beat out the seniors in the float competition with a second place. That was the sorriest looking Eagle, everybody thought it was a chicken. We forgot to thank Frank for getting us the trailer bed and finding us a place where we could build our float, but not intentionally. The "Thank You" just sort of got lost in the chaos. The Girls volleyball team took third in state that year and we were known for having the biggest mouths after we won the Christmas Caroling Contest. There was a lot of fun and laughter along with all the burnt pancakes and campfires on our Biology field trip even though half of us got snowed out. - We crack up laughing when we recall our sophomore picnic and the tickets some of the guys got for illegal use of "grass". It wasn't quite as funny then. The seniors of '76 were a little annoyed that the fieldhouse kept getting repainted so they decided to give some of the guys a bath in manure. We were considered one of the rowdiest sophomore classes to come along and boy were they right. Who could have imagined the summer would go by so fast? Before we knew it we were back again, only this time we were juniors and nothing was new any more. If they thought we were rowdy sophomores, were they in for a surprise. A three inch water level was maintained throughout the halls, lespecially in South building otherwise known as Junior Halll, by that certain group of guys who had volunteered themselves as AC's amateur Fire Department. '78 was kept on the field house almost all year long despite the seniors efforts to change it. But then they finally figured out who was really boss. We lost our Homecoming game again but walked away with the float competition with our American flag. For the second year in a row they cheated us out of first place in the wagon race even though we won it fair and square. Oops! We forgot to thank Frank again. We held a New Year's Eve party at Rosehill Cemetery. Needless to say there were a lot of lively conversations with tombstones that night. Our wrestlers snatched up the State, League and District titles to be crowned the undefeated and undisputed triple A 1977 State Wrestling Champs. Two unidentified persons of the male species provided some excitement from the winter blahs when they streaked through Scotti's one evening. The "Eagle Eye" had everybody up in arms and having hysterics when they put out an April Fools issue. Along with spring fever came one of the most well planned Junior-Senior Proms ever. And on Color day all the fire extinguishers were missing. We always wondered who "borrowed" them. Graduation came up quickly and despite all our teasing there were a lot of good friends of ours who were leaving and who we were going to miss. V Most of all though, for the first time ever in all our school years our class was one instead of many. Our Way Well, we'd finally made it! Seniors at last! We came back to a school that was under heavy construction and got the shaft instead of the elevator. We didn't have a hall and they kept moving us to different lockers, rooms and buildings. It didn't matter too much about our lost hall because everybody knew who the Seniors were. The Fieldhouse roof was continually dominated by a '78. The Homecoming assembly set a lot of administrators ears to burning when class yells turned to skidrow chants. For the first time in four years the Seniors won the class float competition and the Eagles stampeded by Central Catholic, 41-0 to break a six year losing streak. And you quessed it. We forgot to thank Frank again. We got introduced to student coordinators and a phrase often heard was, "It's ok. 1'm a Senior." Due to the fact the administration cancelled the traditional Christmas assembly the student body had a walk out in it's place. An event that will change the course of history happened when almost everybody in Denver got the "Fever", or as it ls more commonly known, Broncomanla. After 17 years of frustration and losses the Broncos made it to the Su- perbowl. Graduation plans were under way as early as December and although we continually heard, "This is your gradu- atlon.", we had to fight to get it done the way we wanted. We reinstated the Baccalaureate Service and we'll be presented with a Senior slide show the night of graduation. We introduced another tradition when Sadie Hawkins Royalty was announced at an all school assembly. But the biggest surprise came at the dance when a live turkey was raffled off to unsuspecting victims. Our varsity basketball team broke its 27 game losing streak when they beat Central Catholic. Our wrestlers were crowned 1978 Sky line League and District Champions. They had a tough schedule and al- though they came on strong by qualifying six guys for state, the winds of fortune blew the other way as the Eagles watched Grand Junction Central take the 1978 State Championship. We cut more classes, had more adventures, got more emotional over little things than ever before and we repeat- edly asked time to stop flying by. And sometimes like a bolt of thunder, it hit us: we realized this was the last time the class of 1978 would be together as one. Other times it was so soft and unbelieveable it seemed like nothing but the wind whispering through the trees. We set out to make it the best year ever, despite all those obstacles and we did. Because we did it our way. IRQ . QV' MA ,uf WW' Vp., ,f ,V L! ,lt , ,,1W fi W lqapuugf V ,xx 1,4 7 Q Mn MAMA ,J M ' MPL fy' W UD' J' JW M LY Lf f C7 ju ,552 :MW jd? 1 , MP ,M ,711 'JL :NIU 'JJ I-,pau ,Jw . L, G v Jr" '7-vif ,f f5w ,,y4-' 1,01 X .LJM jjj, ' D .1 Ajfyt L LVJQQ iif W 1 190 5? " . ti-?'41'3f-5 " .5iv"'ff4 Chunk llvu, 'Kawa' 'is- There have been a lot of people who have helped us come this far and who have made the journey worthwhile but there lsn't enough time and space to thank them all. There will always be faces though who stand out amongst the crowd and "Kawai" you're one of them. After being with part of us in the ninth grade you caught up with all of us as Seniors and set about capturing this very special year for us on film. We wanted to thank you. This is a time in our lives we'll always remember. We hope you will too. Much love always, the Senior Class of 1978 I wanted to write you a poem so I sat here remembering. One memory always led to another until my mind was overflowing. 1 wanted to paint you a rainbow of a million different colors. But the day was warm and sunny, I went bike riding instead. 1 wanted to sing you a song of tears and laughter but I was experiencing. Too busy to try and hold the feelings for they could never be captured. So I guess this poem will go unwritten, this rainbow unpainted, this song unsung. I only hope that you will understand. Words seem so inadequate. 1 only wanted my poem, my rainbow, my song to say, "1 love you". And to come iourney with me because the next moment will be better. .191 1 ,V . Q R if N l f ' ,f ...- , .4 f. 3,3 ,'A, fA h b ,iq " N 1' K i t:'Vt,, l . nf -W VVi'1 g llfllfl fd Yrrz N Q Q RQ 2 TS 'Nz -Q Q nr fwenuum -' 1 'K L W? Q QW 5:- r'6'L'f0!' JA? U N XQWEFQ N. E S VJ Q-my mw- Y ,E M, , . v ,Q - J ., H ,Sw ' ' ,fn l viii-s Qu- Ap , ..-...-so -,. , , ,...w..w.e1'gl10 , gud., 4 Treasurer 61' 611, SQ 'S 75'-. 'la SE QQ. Eb., he Ggtz. -:fs 'VS is QE mb ER QQ S +2 V N N E S 'Q E S. 'E E'S?E -SEX? .mmm sgr- Bii 5 SQ .MQ :QQ gm 'Nu RRR it-SS Uvaw: 'w EEN Q 1 ini , G X- Q J C A , W 5 rl ..-, ,.,--A 1 Nl' F:5h.:""-u 9'- 1' 5 New 'A' . K' .v L. .u4-uh 1 H. ' , M f ,...w-w-L-24.ixdaf2-""E5'- L 3 -:g,T,, Biilfsiw iw- L A2Q ' ' :rf .5515 -3 f ' 0 s . if 89-.Y ui "' al, s if as ,, ,. .ta 355' 'E 13 Jig A .0 "' i ' - '-il' A. '- . 'vt l 'dn -5' lf'-" ' 555. "iq ""L"i' T' - l ,Q 'J Pk ' A tri? ' , ,. yy tw 5 'Uv sd ts I .I 'N- L . Q . 6014 fraction ,flfliw With Memories It's impossible to look back on this year with out having the construc- tion come to our minds. After all it met our eyes everyday. After the bond issue was passed construction began at the high school in the summer and has continued on throughout the fall, the winter, the spring ...... Gone were the trees and the flowers and that big area of lawn between East and Main building where we spent many days laughing, soaking up the sun, playing frisbee and just taking it easy. We often despised all the changes and hassels we had to go through be- cause of all that building, tearing down and rebuilding. But we muddled through somehow and still managed to have a lot of fun. Days were spent dodging fork lifts and semi-s and if you hadn't signed up for a PE class this year chances are you still kept in shape because of all the obstacle courses you had to run. We sometimes even had to travel to the outer regions of earth just to get to class. But all in all we had a pretty good time because life still went on, and so did we. We still built our Homecoming floats, made plans for graduation, prom, Sadie Hawkins and the countless other things that made up our school year. Our football team had one of it's best seasons ever with a record of 5-4 and even though the basketball team only won one game, at least this year they were playing as a team. Even though they didn't take state the wrestlers took first in league and districts. We had some new sports come to the high school in the form of boys and girls soccer, boys gymnastics and girls swimming, along with a new flag corps and a new club called CHE who sponsored a talent show, some- thing that hasn't happened around here in a long time. That crazy "orange fever" that struck Denver also struck us. So when a parade was held for the Broncos the Friday before they left for the super- bowl fthe first time in 18 years,D it wasn't surprising that much of the stu- dent body was down there taking pictures, getting autographs and kisses or maybe just watching. The mysterious RRR appeared and started a protest movement to stage a walk out because our traditional Christmas assembly was canceled and walk out we did. We still had assemblies and dances. And we still loudly proclaimed which class was better. We didn't stop supporting our athletes. We still cheered over our victo- ries and cried over some of our more painful defeats. We never stopped believing that we were the best high school students around despite all the bad publicity we got at the beginning of the year. And we never once stopped laughing, crying and carrying on in order that this year would be remembered always despite everything. No, never once did we stop liv- ing. - I' "0" i slit? 'Q B. 9 lg fs . l E-' X ,. , , Q9 vi I ' A-I I ge '1 1-'N ' 2 'A' f-YJ Q -4 Mi f X 1' s .4 fl' Sv' I I bv, 1n u 1111rwwf K x ' J .XV .X Aix """,".5'Lj ,E 5. i Sf W. 1 . 5.131 "- , Qiz""+- L. 1' :JL-'..4.m .."I"-- ' if - -- , L kg.- ' 1,22 Wim... ,ff . X, M . if U.. K Q. X .I 1 -. .-x x 4 'N if X x f . Q S N4 ' E' s Ai 198 xi. Z. N: ,...ah A 1191 use 'wg HTH 1 , 4 , ta iufiu -. AW-. EJVW f 1 I I fm K. N .1 5 .,q, . v ww 1 1 . "-12 Y. f Congratulations To The Class Of 78 Quality Photography With Personal Attention DMN szuwo It Is A Pleasure Serving You As Your Official Photographer Hours: Tues. Thru Sat. 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. Closed Monday .. , , 8 --,1-,---1111-lllillllill ig ,- 'Qs 2'- r in Yr- ? r .' Shop and save at Alco for every day low prices Store Hours Daily 9 to 9 Sunday's 10 to 6 6000 E. 64th Ave. Phone 287-3309 I I Q Dr dfcatf d zo Ihr Prvservatron of Southvvr-st lndmn Arts 81 Crafts ,- Q Turquoise Showcase 287 0233 'SKHJ1 E b4lI1Avrm1L Lommmro Llty Lulu: ado 80022 1 0 R ' I 0 I Q o I 0 I v 1 o I o H O . . I ' P . , H ' l . K O ,a"""'X M ., 9 . 45 Qv ' n,., 1 H 'W O v H U H , . .. , ' 2 1 I 0 I 0 0 I 0 I 0 I 0 I 4 I 1 4 I OI If f ,Q ' I Q98 IZ. P5Z7Z95l? l6'0CZ'L'.72V5 60. 05' DSNVEK 292-9220 ,7y4.M5S AND ,!lf1c6.f4 Ziff!! JNL? All types of insurance 6955 Dahlia St. P.O. Box 1190 Commerce City, Colo. 288-2661 30022 204 13.76155 .7Zll6,?V.7Z'lll66' P A4 ,M LVQZZOIQS 6080 East 72nd 288-3794 IVY-K BARBER SHOP 6330 Ivy St. 287-5383 Feather cuts, Layers 84 Shags Styles, Regulars for men 84 women 3 barbers 288-9086 Best Wishes Class of 78 FRANEN 84 SON PLUMBING INC. 7009 E. 53rd Pl. Commerce City 80022 ROSEHILL TOWNHOUSES INC. A Housing Cooperative 5835 E. 62nd Ave. Commerce City, Colo. 80022 303-287-7436 B 84 B AUCTION INC. 6065 Quebec Commerce City, Colo. Open 7 days Auction 7 p.m. Sat. 287-6173 61656516.76 POWER 5.Qlli7PJl45JV Z' 5151 East 56th Ave Commerce City Colo 80022 Congratulations Class of I l78ll ADAMS 617511 PZIMP A SZIPPUI ADAMS 672711 M36 60. 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A Class of '78 5940 E. 64th Ave. Commerce City, Colo. Phone 288-8601 or 288-1767 fl A V 8 DEA D POT PAR so F YQQB PAYL All makes of lawn mowers 84 saws sharpened - repaired CKJPZS K ffl WN JWOWHQ S516 V168 8631 Brighton Road Henderson, Colorado Phone 287-8114 Ask for "Big" Don or John Klocker ,2V6'l7'S 13624 ll CV NOOK Congratulations Class of 78 6496 Highway 2 Commerce City, Colorado eoozz ,Cu4lMI7,C.7Z'5l? WWV 6970 Eudora Dr. Adams City, Colorado DIC. KEN C .MA 501694 Optometrist Hours: 9:30-12:00 noon Monday thru Saturday Except Thursday Telephone 288-4515 6474 E. 73rd Ave. Commerce Clty, Colo. Best Wishes to the Class of 78 527555 JN6 Commerce Cnty 6300 Clermont St. ,7.AICAi ,775 IZOZIJVZTKII .Mv4l?lC6'Z7 way 85 and 72nd Ave across Fresh Low Price Fruits 84 vegetables phone 288 8718 Bedding Plants Trees, Shrubs 81 Roses Hours 9 to 7 all week Prop Rich 81 Jerrie Sakala Hi . from Rainbow Bread. Commerce City rf. 61 CUWSIQS Plll5'L'.76 AGEOIINCANU 6451 E 72nd Ave. Commerce City 288-1234 - Best Wishes Class of 78 60xlfM48lC65 6,7511 56501645 Congratulations Class of '78 ' 6490 E 72nd 288-6859 "Flowers Say It Best" Weddings, Bouquets, Corsages, Birthdays, Anniversaries, Hol ldays ZZIMMJNS POW I6 47!V6i 5100 East 58th Ave. Commerce City Compllments of MAGNOLIA BEAUTY SALON For complete beauty servlce Commerce Clty 287-4369 SURPLUS SUPPLY C0. P. 0. Sox 1006 EAST 698' AVENUE ' ADAMS CITY, COLORADO 80022 ' PHONE 1881273 AND HIGHWAY C5 Upholstery Meterinl Gnestzvzxrr Mo G Men's Work Cloth g - 'T COLUNS ff Electricll Suppl -xl-1 ' sgumivis Plumbing Suppl l I. I Hind Tools Q ' Wh., - E 1" Mason Tools l , ,,,,,,,, ADAMS Air and Electric Power T It Oumff. X. --- -ff? f cw' HS lM-Zl Surplut lndu t al D ill Q' -' Automotive Accessories, P ts, and Oil l A Motorcycle Accessories 1 Garden Supplies 5 Paint 9 I Fishing Supplies 1' Hunting Suppl' l Clmp' gS ppl' - -.W Phone 287-3494 B 81 L PLUMBING INC. 5401 Magnolia St. Commerce Clty, Colo. New and Used Clothes D 84 L NEAR NEW SHOP 7249 Monaco Commerce Clty, Colorado 287-0815 THE COMMERCE CITY NEWS 6496 E 73rd Ave. 80022 Lorna, Llnda, Debbie 81 '- Lynda I ft? Congrat lations Class gf -ra m Best Wlshes Class of '78 ,7.7.M'S A1150 PAIZZIS 7380 Magnolia St. Commerce Clty 288-3226 Speclallzlng in Color T.V., Stereo LATORIN' S SERVICE CENTER 6454 E. 72nd Pl. Commerce Clty, Colo 288-9163 or 288-0810 LATORlN'S, mc. 'ly' "sues s. SERVICE" S ' I Appliances - TV U 72nd Pl I M ICO 288 9163 f S I ' l7t.'l L . J it IVY-K BEAUTY SALON 6340 Ivy St. Commerce Clty, Colo. 80022 288-4532 209 ,ff-u A 4 r - c 5. if 'W f Wi 4 SM -M " f..,,n,',,. jd 'V- , n . 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LUCAS FURNITURE 6460 E. 73rd Ave. Commerce City, Colo. 80022 at Hwy 84 73rd Ave. NELSON'S COUNTRY STORE home owned 84 operated 5990 Monaco St. Commerce City Ga5'3Gro, Ice 0' and .2 Beer 13.646163 ,4llZ'0 SIIPHCIXAG 5,413,455 288-6888 7200 Monaco, Commerce City Complete line of Auto parts and machine shop Yvonne Parrott-Owner Open 7 days 212 Day Night EVERITT'S LOCK 84 KEY SERVICE Locks Repalred and Installed 6100 Ivanhoe 288-3611 Best In lumber Building materials Paints hardware Glass YOUNGER BROS. LUMBER COMPANY 6350 E. 72 Pl. Commerce City, CO. Phone: 288-2611 1 Bus: 288-6811 Res: 366-2801 576.760 JN V85 U14 CSN C51 ING Real Estate 7291 Magnolia St. Commerce City, Colo. Donald C. Goelz 287-7411 MILE-HI RESTAURANT 6740 E 72nd Ave Commerce Clty Open 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. Congratulations Class of '78 . I. -,f-.,.n'. '1l'. ,Lf , .j',q,-- usp -, al 'Q ,. Vi.-x 'fjlg 4 .' ' .Vive "xxx I ' ' QA' m v-.V -,Az ',f1f.3'. qxw-ffl-1rqlrQT! I 5 ' I A 4 f 'F' 'X .' 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