Albert M Lowry High School - Winnada Yearbook (Winnemucca, NV)

 - Class of 1977

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B UT WE REA CHED AN YWA K AND, IF THE BEST SOMETIMES DAN GLED ON THE VER Y EDGE OF OUR FIN GERS, AND THEN BLEWA WAK WE NEVER DOUBTED THAT WE WOULD REACH IT SUMEDA K LISA THOMPSON BUT. . . hopeless situation. AND... in spite of it all, she gets things done. She's lent much time and lots of , . sound advice to a number of sophomore classes and to confused Winnada staffs, all without going insane or committing mass student murders... g X? ,E K , sf ky . BN s, even if she gets a little bit frazzled, she's always there l to lend a helping hand or an encouraging word in every DED CATIO She scrambles through today in the remnants of yesterday's chaos.. .and last week's chaos.. . and last month's chaos... and last year's chaos.. . . f I ff! ,,: i r even if she sometimes get a little bit rattled and a little bit flustered, it's with more than a little bit of love that we dedicate the 1977 Winnada to... MRS. RULAN MC GILL li- ,eg -L - 1 - I 1 i ,fi on XV, 4 s . I '. 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BR U CE DELANE Y JOE D UF URRENA MELANIE DIMI CK LINDA DUNA WA Y MAR Y ELLIFRI T Z KA T H Y EVANS CONNIE EN GELER ROBERT GIACOMETTO DIANE ENGLISH R ON DA GIBB ONS MIGUEL GOMEZ TAMA HA Y TODD GOODALE CAROL HENDERSON MIKE HA TCH ED HERRERA GREG HI GLE Y JUDE H UBER BILL HILL Y ER DARREN H UMMEL FRANCES HORTON CURT JAR VIS RUSSELL JENKINS KURT KRA CA W 18 mms' z i fy, .L dt DEBBIE KEARNS JOHN LA GE SHARON KEARNS GAR Y LAMBERT STEVE LARRA GUETA MELISSA LILJE ALLEN LEE TAMM Y LO VELAND MI T CH LE GARZA if 4,1 W is w 'ELET 'F W LESLEE McKENNA - 0' . DE VR ON McKINNE Y T OBIN MAESTREJUAN 20 MARISA MacNELL Y JOE MARCINIK FRANK MAESTREJUAN BRENT MAR C UEE QUIA G ANITA MARILUCH KAREN MENDIOLA JANIE CE MAR T INEZ DALE MEN T ABERR Y COLLEEN MART Y CHRIS ME YERS LISA MONTERO DA VID M ORT ON JOHN MOORE 5 ' k'9?"Y 2 ,, 5 'ij "" enflwf ' S UZANNE NENDICK B OBBI M ORA VEC TERRY NORCUTT PE GG Y OLSEN SHELL Y POOLE BERT PA RIS haf A-A' -- 54 . sw LINDA QUILICI CYNTHIA PHILLIPS RICK RIN GHEIMER AND Y ROSE VEAR BONNY ROYBAL DEBBIE ROSS RICK S CH OF IELD GORDON ROUSH xff DDDB D ROBIN SCHULTZ 1 SAM SEALS RICK SL 0 VER KIM SHA W PEGGY SMITH PHILLIP SIMPSON FRED STEWART 25 MICHAEL STUART LISA THOMPSON CHER YL S WEENE Y MIKE THOMPSON TONY T EMRES CYNTHIA TRAKAS MAR Y T RISZ CZ UK JOYCE VETTER LORETTA TRUJILLO 'fir' Wk' 'g ff' Q in 'W ,'!' M W, RA YM OND WAL T HER MA RK UPSHA W J ODIE WIDDIS ON it T LARR Y WIR T HLIN RENAE YORK NOT PICTURED: DONALD CROWLEY FRANK GALLARDO VEANN HANSEN ROBIN LOGAN KIM BALL RIGGS BRENDA THIEDE .AMW IVIOST ATHLETIC - Diana 84 Rick IVIOST SCHOOL SPIRIT - Karen 84 Joe SENI UR UPERLA T I VES fi ff - iles' FUNNIEST - Frank SL Joyce MOST TALKATIVE - Melanie 84 Gary WOLF SL FLIRT - Debbie 84 Tim SHYEST - Larry 84 Frances IVIOST INDEPENDENT - Jude SL Lisa MOST COURTEOUS - Bert 81 Diana MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED - Steve 84 Linda BEST DRESSED - Anita 81 John BEST DANCERS Chad 84 Connie 1' ,J MOST INTELLIGENT - Kurt 84 Colleen BEST LOOKING - Tama 84 Mitch . J ,I T, . , me-nt,-ff., , '57 .A '. " -1 , 1 4, A- .V + , I- -. , I X , T Y , Vi' . , . I 4, . ,, , 1 ' ZW? W J .. T. 5 'Y ' Q ...x Q4 I T S! A ' IWW: 'gg 'ff' 5,.f.' up , f 4 J' Q , r - f Q U 1 , i " i Q X 'F' ,I if 2 e Q Q ' e I' Xt N 0 Y! M, I it i f S X " A V1, A m M :H V LS! L E E, V . ,I 4 A Just trying to get a few tips from Queen Elizabeth. Whofs Gay? Someday, I want to be a Breck Girl. SASQUATCH!!! Dear Muhammed AL-LE, uHow do you do it7II i I MvU"' A N. Q HA 3 9-5 sig! ? + A ' f 1g ' ii' J I C!! + , A X ' Z J A.M. NI.B X ,, , .,,L,:.,,,k..,k:. .mm -x- -t. ,, af .25 Q N372 J' up f' 'K 5 qi W , 1- r D.K. wx ,ug I' -Q46 .5 .A X Q .A , . ' ,Lk 3 D.E. L it r 9 as 9 4 .. , sf + ffffffik ill I fi ll ll.l f MQW! Xflllllll mmm Q s 5. ffllllllf' ffnu . gffff . 1 A i ,L ' I X1 J S S S E X , Q v S A 5 C.B. if 24 P,B. fliflif 'ffffll , A.R. 1:- 1 1 1 R A V qi L ,L.-h A L "' " ' 1"i'A , ' u ,jim .3 I in Mg sf 2 1-1,13f-,Elwsge-5111:Yilf-i.:f ii' J. ,- '- - .,., , , - Q ' I L.T. B.B. R.Y. x Q C.S 34 4 ,MY , P.O. wrsw . 'rf -mv .. Q. f-121. 'f'fk.f-Wfffm ' ' 3 gi, -- 'ii gf' ' ,PM 'r. D.D. L.W. 'X i xx . 'II' . 1-K ' Xxx XL 65 w s : 1 .. fiw,-. . 1 gk.: . 5 f x - J 4-, fg,,,:i5 7 , , v aw- Q m xy F 5 .m If JI? r X A N , .M . -'NA X X A . K I y 'X Q 1 2 Q 1 'YT me X Q' 1 elf? UA E! U Q as - X H Q . 'S 'ie X Q X Q . ' -J' Q, .1 Q. l T. T. my gi X V .L LI 1 ff Zfx.. 1 -4 I. NLG. A ,V Q . . J mh' , A mJ: 3 L.T. J.B. L.D. f X -061 Yu! "-"i- Nfa K HW- 5: 4 'V I C.!VI. R.S. C.H. 35 SE OR CLA OFFICER Second Semester Senior class officers are, top row, left to right: Steve Larragueta, Student Council Representativeg Jude Huber, Treasurerg Chad Crosby, Presidentg bottom rovv: Bert Paris, Vice- Presidentg Tama Hay, Secretary. 36 First semester Senior class officers are, top rovv left to right: Bert Paris Vice-Presidentg Chad Crosby, Treasurerg Steve Larragueta, Student Council Representativeg bottom row: Tama Hay, Secretaryg Karen IVlendiola, President. Compliments of BIG O TIRES 2 2 UNDER CLA SSMEN JUN UR CLASS OFFICERS Second semester junior class officers are from left to right: Scott Kracavv, Secretary, IVIimi Richards, Vice- President, Vance Vesco, Treasurer, and Jeri Schwartz, President - not pictured is Teresa Willis, Student Council Representative. 38 First semester junior class officers are from left to right: lVlimi Richards, President, Teresa Willis, Student Jeri Schwartz, Treasurer - not pictured is Shirley IVIason, Vice-President. Compliments of BILL'S NEWSTAND Council Representative, Tammy Baumeister, Secretary, mi' vu if' 1,6535 Q 1:95 , Nh, z X ...f"" ,3 Joyce Angus Tammy Baumeister Mike Bell Larry Blaylock Marianne Bradley David Aranguena ChUCk AUStin Ron Bankofier Mike Barry Compliments of BODE'S SONOIVIA SERVICE STATION S-F LMI N.. Bill Basson Tommy Baumeister Shelly Bissett Liz Botkin David Brown A433 H, . ,,,-.i1-ie I ii, W-V .gil A h ' is mk' K ,Y 5 e h C ' , 1 lc f N . A EII . Q V. , Y , I 'Si-f A fi S5?:?SSs ' alta? 1 13777 'ff "' jf C eeee . ..r,, Q " i 'i ' 5 Q A A i ' P' ie A -- ' ,.,A' 15 1 ivf. "' ' .4 gg f,,h " i P M 1? ,.,. W " " 2 ff f NA .. 1 1 "" ,, I .,.... ili I ..,,., A A , A.-. , 1 ,, ,,,. N, ,I ., 1- ,E , - T 5 if ,.--- f- - -,.. ig. . ' Z - - -b ', V , f - ' ,,,7 Q N 4' 1 if A sf ' K V Joe Buchan Jeannette Chikami Kay Clelland Karen Dugger Susan Ellison 40 Joyce Burkholder Tom Chlpp Alicia Davis Joni Elfring Cindy Falen N lVlike Casalez Darlene Clausen John DeChambeau Mike Ellifritz Robby Gastelecutto Shonda Gilchrist Don Glasgow Bobby Glinsmann Compliments of COZY NIOTEL 4 X. Donna Harmon Tony Harris Debbie Hatch A if W I K 'Y ifkzifi-f9'Y?d""'f fi N., ,Q 1 ,Q jg f X5 A i A f, z ' 13' 4 , -34 ' ia ' ,, -- -' fl za :A Y wb -. Q 'A . . . ' ' YN XXX cu O 3 '2 3 FD 3 1'4- U7 O -h ID i- r- rn 2 U: zu 2 Z Billie Henderson -W Darrell Henderson Kathy Graham Debbie Hafiich Amie Haley Annie Hammons Dona Henderson Ng V as sm eps 'f i are 2 is 'f - I, L53 I ' ' AZJ ' 3 mf me 1 '53 fi 5 3 3 mix. Q 12 Q I Lui, M-7g,:,5,, ,i ,ixxeewf-55. Q - , g,:f!Q2Q Q f l,:, L m.1, i1 1 I fi . ' i X Zig .K::..X gym I Jerry Hetrick Darlene Hodge Zane Howe Todd Kenison Scott Kracavv Margaret Lau ? f,Q3+g'h'hM1wTQClwTw7w7 X W 09-'Fl'P3'53"K 1... . up A 'AJR Jeff Johnson John Johnston Mary Ann Lawrence Tracy Logan Compliments of DALLAS LIGHTHOUSE 42 25' I5 f E We Q- . sp "fly: E T:- Josie Jurado Dale Manor Jeff Marcinik Shirley Mason Debra Mentaberry P , :f2f1fff:f 1 51" - . v .-:vw "vw 5' ' C , " 'W i i --" . V . ' . ' f Y e ,- V, ii ,,,kV ..kk 1 ..: 5 5 it .I V: V K K .kt M M V V . ' vga' ' A . Q 1 A , L,l Ez, . M if W A ',, . , " C , X Q9 ' Y E l , L 1 , at EN fx 1 h QQ, , t 5 ff A 3 Q5 ,YR at - lor-'Q f .:' I f', .- . K ' ' ' ' -. 555 5, g e t 'V Wifvff Q25 3 Il. C ff? 'C' N-fe, lv X Q37 C f' "L. fi f Ny ' I Eddie IVIoravec Lori Morris Rick Norcutt - . .fp . f. " "lf C 1 'Q C ij Ron ivlobley Craig Olsen Craig Paris Suzanne Pentz Kim Poche Stuart Moore Theresa Owens Debra Pearce Ray Plumb Don Prather Compliments of W. IVI. THOIVIPSON vw? r RWM! 5 5 , -,M K U lk, sel S 3 ze iq 'i '-af , K . .k.L if 'LLIL " IE' l K 2 E , ,ff i ev 'K', 3 if b ee -Q M H581 E X VV,, 3 A V li 1 5, ts.. JW : V, ' ,S nf" ,5'A 'l:.' ,L QA , 4. Y . ,rv 4 l V , fy, ,. 'Ae r , ity? 11 ,K ,Q B - 1 ' , 4 ' .. M , "' I K gin " .SEAM his ii 0 A 5 Kerry Reeves Tami Rheault Michelle Richards Suzell Richardson Tim Robinson Rudy Salas Jeri Schwartz Ed Steinshouer Shana Stock Doug Stuart Sheri Swanson Alan Swett Allen Seals Cheryl Shaw Tena Standlee 44 Compliments of EL TONY'S IVIOTEL S X xk'- We ,.: 5 ,x,: L' ff K - evra if ssis - if as an N T 1 be , A M, T Q Q T P 5 l k W! T -he A E 5 . , H ' , 'HV q ' Q 4- 1 T ,,,J-:-55'-N '!' 22 x M aas X 5 ,K K5 -k,,- U y ,ff f X f ,. -me HUP' A A , A n1:,fk55'IS5f.5J 5 x Q' A is K i q,:'i2?f3 Q Q nik sf ' 'is ee if I-ffi 5- ' T' . ,ir , .f. , .359 ef Q ' L X 5 362 M5 A Si Dan Thompson Julie Tipton Linda Trakas Rory Upshaw Jody Urban Ted Willer Jon Williams Teresa Willis Lisa York Deedra Zawaski Compliments of GLENNON EQUIPMENT '-1-....-e' .2 -. - ,512 S39 NX x -f I rv is T2 S 4+ H x Q gt fa N 1 'A 5 xi pf iian J aiiaai 1 K Q fi fl Yi' .Lf si , -s f , M. I 5. JJ, Q ,1 f an o r ,hr Tom Venable Vance Vesco Jim Visger Julie Warner NOT PICTURED Charlene George lVlike Kenner Kathy Lane Teresa Vaughn 45 0 H0 ORE CLASS OFFICERS R . -'-fill' ff - A .. . .,..- .. F . X' I 'I L. --- chi Q- KL. - N First semester sophomore officers are, from left to right: Rolfe Schwartz, President, Janet Studebaker, Vice-President, Michelle Bidart, Student Council Representative, Teresa Bankofier, Secretary, and Dave Elizondo, Treasurer. SA Ta? N Second semester sophomore class officers are Rolfe Schwartz, Vice- President, ,Jackie Chikami, President, Monica Vesco, Secretary, Michelle Bidart, Student Council Representative, and Karen Buckingham, Treasurer. Compliments of GOLDEN RULE .E ,W 13535 'Exe 1, X , ,tl f.. .. , ffilifiif' i g fem' X Allen Armstrong Jim Ayer - Mary Lee Baumeister Robyn Beaman l . lnnn .. Q QQ .MT gag n n L ' 'S P9 . .,..V as Q 15, ' xl? V S 55759 , iii is. A 5 Steve Acree Tom Alexander Tassea Allen John Angus Q Jodi Baker Teresa Bankofier Curtis Baum Wallace Baum Tony Beaman Lisa Bell Genny Bevard Michelle Bidart l l 'X x ,U i--T J 0 Compliments of HUIVIBOLDT SEARCH 8a RESCUE . f 1 di f X ' . ,f' 1.115415 i ' 1 5 ii' Nl V 1.gz. ,, ' C. :Yf is q xi . if V A A kgfl A A as me Ein fe i p I A , eq ff! 'O l' AY! 'o'- 0 o 'o.','f George Boggio Jennie Buchan Karen Buckingham Denice Burrow David Cannon Uipe Chavez Jackie Chikami Jeff Clark Bobby Clarno Jamie Clarno Sandy Cox Karina Crosby Audie Cross Sandy Cuddeback Denise Denny Compliments of JAIVI ES A. CALLAHAN 48 Q ff '-l"af'.'a.o! , 5 ,-i,, em 8.3 9 s o..' V ' Q o.4'-9 8 X. 1 .5 A X K K 12: .jg X , lil li l X . r . Kelly Carter Terri Clausen Debbie Elges lilo X J ,I V , ,ao G yr , y -1 3 71 , Qi 'Z , V ffirf ' 1' 1 J V I rg 2 ,i A ' "' i if ' N f1'H"i'1f'!Y'H7'lYHUi Gary Eiges Ramon Fernandez Loyal Gibbons Bret Gonzalez Mike Guzman ix . J, ' si- ,,,.. ' 3 4 ' Q i in ? I , if " -mill "' . zifiilii - 1 G 1, 5 ,..., E -"---", ' K 31,4 ,,., "" I 2 1 TW ,. 14 i EN f' gif, bf yi. B f Aa L PM ' 45 'E A f ' 1 . 'f21fsmm,,f 5 : K , , of M, Z H - 3, ,, X, 1.2-1 ip " F7 -, ' ' " 7' 331 15. T? G 6 fm Q! Q 9, . ., ,, my II , A. ,, nv if L Q ya! ez., rl ,--' , , , Rory Eliifr John Gerh Tim Grady David Elizondo Grant Foster Dawn Golliher Tracie Goodale Sharon Hetrick itz art Anna Gonzalez Compliments of J. C. PENNEYS L 5 It'S Bazooka Joe in the fiesh! Juanita Inman lVlary Jarmin Steve Jenista Bill Jensen N ie xl' in s E X M31 Ti I , 5 .K Q N s ' ai 3 9 -Q .F -, 3' as Q33 sv ix: !"1 7... Colleen Holt Ken Hummel Sam Johnstone Roberta Keeney Louis Kelly Stan Lau 50 Gabby Jurado Kirby Keller Kelly Kniep Patricia Leavitt Compliments of the JOHN Q. RYAN AGENCY Wally, tnere's l Etiwe. , . . .. ' ff--- W 'X -P+ Q t 5 se. seg 5 'lx -W YJ '3 -' new - --'- sizswx , Que Dawn Logan my coke! Jackie McDade Ty McDermett Rick McDonald Lupe Martinez Elizabeth Miller Melaney Morrison Debra Newton , I ig as 1 'E Mx if .rf nfl 'Q 'ful .3 Dan Mackey Tony Meadows Cristina Monarrez Carolyn Mullins Itxaso Obieta Compliments of KAFOU RY, ARMSTRONG, TURNER, :Sz CO. Cindy Martinez Denise Michelson Teri Morris John Nachiondo Steve Olsen 51 QU' K .S Lg Q xiii Relief wi 3 f gg Na s w A ,f'1, ,,,' fi 'L 1 ' - , aw I S' . - il I1 W . te S V,'- . - . E3 1 S tiri 2 -Q if 1 - ft . in 25 ,. L -'ff' W? ' Ji ii ' ,pup 'mile Qm:,, x at fy 3 . K? X 5,2 by 3' . 'Q f X . Brenda Ott Brian Roach Valerie Sant Rolfe Schwartz Debra Shaw 52 N fm mi. i y 1 Larry Palmer Dan Sanders Debbie Schunke Betty Seward Kathy Stancil A 11 'i i " ii 0 Tim Plumb Sabrina Reed Shari! Reed Letty Ringheimer Compliments of KEITH'S IVIODEL T X 1 "nip gm if , -zggeftsz-sQggg ,g. ,""k4 'jill' in gs? ,,...... L. ,,... ., ,f I gi W , if sir ui N l wg as A gg f l is ft l i fx if f 5 was ff RX ,ff 'E we-fx is is -9 6:1 Tina Stewart Lori Stoker Rick Stokes Martin Stout Alfred Swett Chris Tarter Cheryl Thompson Mark Toland Monica Vesco Troy Viss Stewart Warner Roger Weston Mary Winkler Dennis Wirthlin Michell Wolicki Sheri Woolfolk Compliments of KRAZ-E-KON E. Janet Studebaker Janet Valle Barbara Winkler NOT PICTURED Deirdre Conn Lodine George Chuck Higley Mike Lowney Julie McKelIips FRES MAN CLAS FFICERS First semester freshman class ofhcers are: Steve Lopes, Treasurer, Tony Richards, Student Council Representative, Debi Echevarria, Vice-President, Toni Lowe, Secretary. Not pictured: Allan Hanssen, President. Second semester freshman class oiiicers are: Rodd Lighthouse, Student Council Representative, Steve Lopes, Vice-President, Karen Billingsley, Treasurer, Nanci lVlason, Secretary, Debi Echevarria, President. Compliments of LOUIE'S BARBERSHOP 54 L-. 5, , ,J , . ., f f X R ,Q W -WL WL 5 In ,, ,Q J N K Sis ref, ll 5 V 2 x ll Q J " k Q 9 6. ish 5 X Rosie Aguilera Rodney Armstrong James Autrey Irene Aylesworth l ,A 1, Q: ' 4 ' I' Jon Alger lVlarcel Allen Sherri Angus Casey Arclniega Dani Baum Rhonda Beaman Jasper Begay Kurtis Betz Compliments of lVlIlVlI'S DRESS SHOP Janet Armstrong Sherry Asay lVlyrl Ayer Karl Baker 55 ,ga 11' "'x'.' L y j E or J! ,,f, xa 6 il ff 2 Tie-,Q 2 L. '1 swov . f l ,i QM It's rough being a freshman, Karen Billingsley Lee Bosch Marilyn Cator Tim Chabot Sharlene Culley Michelle Cuyler 56 9 Joe Botkin Cindy Clarno Laura Dalgliesh Robert Day Debbie Echevarria Compliments ff A" ag . A -u. . S Eugene Brown Ken Burrows Bryan Casalez Joni Clausen Sarah Cole Alex Davidson Alan Davis Leanne Demattei Kevin Dick Mark Elfring Shannon Ellifritz of MONTGOMERY WARD Jesse Cox Patricia Davis Mark Dotson Mike Erquiaga K 435-"Q" ,A .. l l f, X . l .iffy ,, 1-w ... . 4' W 'HN " J Y Y l Roy Evans Carmen Fernandez Bruce Frazier Cheryl Frazier Kelli Freshour Jan Fullenwider Compliments of THE NIUSIC STORE G ,kW, Gam Frank Gabica Betty Glinsmann Mark Gough David Grantham Will Hall 58 Tom Hammond "f K' "PIM fr i 'lf ,. ' A s ""' fl l ps ? I CUE 9' xnsf 'PT Juanita Gallardo Jef? Hammons Miguel Gallardo Allan Hanssen Monty Hansen Compliments ofthe PAK-OUT i ' 'll G ell - James Glasgow Sandra Gonzales Mike Gough Victor Guerrero Myron Hardgrave l W .Xe :zmwa-sf. my wi, wi-4 ' f U e J x'kh ' EN N M si is vs ,N if , 3 1 P 5 a A ,..- ' X f I ,fs- f if . ,.,. V EH. A J Mike Harmon Wendy Harmon Robert Hawkins J6l'I'y H0lt Tina JSI'lklHS Benny Jensen Karl Hornbarger Mark Hummel Gina Jenista Debra Herrera Dani Higley Compliments of PAT'S BAR .5 X V' vw G 3 W ll- Pia X ,Q 3- '- s- -, 'U taxi'-fiisff' 15 ' - .. ,, ,Ex P- 35" A Q k -' 'wi a . . I-layer. -W . . ,Q rsfxii Beverley Hill Melinda Holt Joan Horton Hal Huntsman David Johnson 59 ,es ,.,,' 1' 4' ...cb . .... . ,, .... , K - W s , L . Vk 7 vga I fi Q ' J .2 , s J J J uf J 1 is A .--- g , x is w 5 . f :E I Tauna Johnstone Chuck Kearns Mark Kearns Tammy Kelsey Paul Kerr Jerry Johnson Lori Kofford Marta Lage Renae Lane Cheryi Larsen Crystal Leon LOUHHH J0hr1SOr1 Vern Johnson Susan Klauman Rod Lighthouse Compliments of PETROLANE-NEVADA GAS SERVICE 60 4.45 Mike Lloid Allan McKinney Cathy Martinez Hoyt Meadows Wendi Miller Kyle Locke Dana Logan Steve Lopes TOr1i LOWS Cynthia Mobley Ricky Morton Betty Muldoon Jim Muldoon Compliments of the RECKON BAR Lenora Lyon Mark Maney Nanci Mason Verna Measel Kathy Neary Suzanne Norgaard Tonya Paris J s ',i L. . 1 , Edna Murillo Daniel Plumb Sonia Murillo Denise Plumb Barbara Nash Shelly Reynolds 4 David Rheault Michele Robinson Joe Ross 62 Bob Rheault Theresa Robinson Michelle Roux Tony Richards Allen Rose Ken Roybal Complimen ts of STATE FARIVI INSURANCE Ruben Salas Tammie 5210105 ' - rm., J - aw ::,tLfw.' iw - K ' , Dennis Schofield Rodney 5ChUltZ ' kif' A I 5 1. H A V if-3f:y.f 2 Nolan Scott Chuck Smith Mike Stokes Larry Swett Troy Taylor Compliments of TALLIVIAN LUlVIBER 2 f "'! J - '- , 1 W... W 2, ,ff ' ii, 'px N N5 A N we 2 mf SN? ff: 'ft S S 3 Odette Shroyer Don Stephenson Vera Sweeney Doyle Taylor Bert Thiede 63 .. ff ,Q W 1' I f W sig g?, if ' if, 1 iff M Leghfqk e o 1 1 l , if gl Q 'Jil .MM ,w 4Vw,, , ab wg 2 74 ' ,,, , 4 fo if ' jim- f 1 1,359 ., ,Q 1 f I it , 4 Ag M. Q E if 1, ,,, , , ,l,, VK A M , 'gf My , mg fi ' ,rv flaw? N f' N 15f'ff' ,, -iff' '7 vim51,:2Ll S155 QRS -. g . 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S NR N all 3' as ,lt N W" A1 ff 'L . ,J X X X-'f'Qf'3? ww x N S 1 . Si...-,,, . - ' 2 .2 .. 'tr-.. ' 2 6, f w at f '59 X. i Q I it M fi lf Q 'r ii .. Q kk wt? 3 a Jeanette Clausen Inez Taylor lVlary Yrueta Secretary Secretary Secretary NEW FACES SHINE AT LUWRY S I I Q James Porter Joe DeArrieta Valerie Weber Principal Vice-Principal Secretary 5 Mwmmmm f :NBA Qu E E Donna Legarza A Secretary ' HResign, Porter?! I just started!" Compliments of VALLEY INSURANCE 81 REALTY FACULTK' KEY O 1 l if if Q X Clyde Andress Katharina Brown Sibyl Butcher Wayne Clark Advanced Biology American Literature Librarian Band Biology World Literature Stage Band Geology Better Reading Choir English II German I 2-H1 '11 C C jiiwii Y! ffiwgjl ff X fl .. Tom George Basic Agriculture Small Gas Engines Advanced Agriculture Range lvlanagement Wood Shop Agriculture Structures Animal Science Ornamental Horticulture 68 ' K sift' - ggi S Lua Bill Jeanney Bill Knight Rulan lVlcGill English I Auto Shop English II Compliments of WESTERN AUTO Orientation to Living . ,.,. W. ,- W A ST DENTS' FUTURE A lf , 1, 4 Jw ' f ,, r ffl agfzlgal K . tus.. . - i"1 I2 fyif ' I tlll ' Michel Costa Jeff Dwyer Lori Echevarria I Leisa Findley Spanish I, II, III, IV U.S. History Girls' P.E. General lVlath Al g e b ra I G e o m e try gf ,', H ,a ' K. f at , ,lu lls g ssi . iii li' I I I I I I ' sis ii iii ' Ralph Markus Gwynn lVlorgan Arlene lVlyers Pauline Nelson Physics Home Economics I Speech Shorthand I Earth Science Interior Design English IV Business Law Chemistry Dress Design College Prep Typing I, II Physical Science Life and Society Creative Writing Logic and Human Survival Drama Child Development Nursery School Cooking Sewing Compliments ofthe WINNEIVIUCCA HOTEL M ' p fini I I Wm , I , W Jyii ,fi we aww K' , Waww-hs, Frank Oxborrow Joe Pedrojetti Susan Rorex Pam Roth Counselor American Government Art I, II, III Vocational Education A i,...,,,,, i , 5 ,sp j Qfi , .ui ii. I, . f,f?,,ET'i Q I' ' rf f. -. 2,1 igggdi. I I J f ni Jim Salmi Boy's P.E. Some problems are not solvable, lVlr. Dwyer. Compliments of CALIFORNIA-PACIFIC UTILITIES CO. of I sgfsgo Vip, 5 'C Mn? L? 2 ,f . ,. 2 gi, .... fi f x , . . me.,:.... ft ,,, 3 f E' - H ., ' f.. 13, , i S ., , :FSA Ma . , in ,ig . . . 51A R, , .. AW , Im' " ii i 1 r .s :..i,,f:, eu., , 'S uw 1 i X i 1 .4 s se 4 X 1 i af L, ,S-2 I , issiii T fi fl 3 . -- ,,,, .L K gat, we ' i , M , 3 X ml t Q i Q K .fe-fri--' ..s', A '12 ff .5 Mike Schellin Drafting Drlver's Ed. ,Ma I N i li' K ' Steve Swecker Suzanne Wade Book-keeping Teacher Aide Typing I Record Keeping General Business Oflice Machines Bill Stark Geometry General IVlath Algebra I, II Calculus 'tt T it x 1 J Q Q ,, .yi 1 . 4. -n .,.x ' -I f WI.. -iiawiazee M lVlark Winans Environmental Science Health World History Aw c'mon, my hair's a mess! Compliments of CALIFORNIA-PACIFIC UTILITIES CO. 71 TEA CH RS SPARK AMBITIO 2 , 36 ,, 555' ff M if X. ' 4 fv' 1'SX New Fw 'K Compliments of A-1 AUTO REPAIR No two people can learn in the same way or at the same speed, yet students are put in classes of 30 across the country and are expected to learn as a group. lVlany suffer from this system. At Lowry, the faculty tries to give the students an extra break with individual help whenever possible. Almost every day teachers give extra tutoring or make-up tests before or after school. Two instructors give up their preparation periods to teach a class of two students each. Several classes are conducted in an entirely individualized manner. All this extra effort from the faculty hopefully will help many more students realize their ambitions to the fullest. if , .KX 5 Mil 56437 1- ,.,, ,,...,, . .,.,,.. Compliments of RUSS ALDERIVIAN 84 ASSOCIATES 73 3 00 C0 COCT G0 RMET G0 LASHES What would we do without them! Slaving in the hot kitchen all morning, the cooks prepare meals day in and day out to feed the hungry mobs. For many, lunch is the favorite part of the day and, at the sound ofthe bell, it seems thousands stampede to greedily gobble the gourmet goulashes which they prepare. Let's not forget the janitors vvho keep our school clean. Well, at least they try, and by four o'clock they find their job most exhausting. ALHS appreciates their efforts. The cooks from left to right are Alice Dolan, Marge Spero, and lVlary Ann Echevarria. Belovv, the custodians from left to right are Claudio Yzaguirre, Joe Arana, and James lVlosley. iii- " Qi iiifzag. slilieiill S , J etisf' l 5 Qfewiai i 74 SPORTS WINNING ISN 'T E VER Y T HI G, Bob Cassinelli Hank Dufurrena Todd Goodale lVlark Upsbavv Defensive Guard Guard Center Outside Linebacker . f + N ..., J., . . 'EV at an . - Frank Nlaestrejuan Lowry Varsity Coachesg Joe Pedrojetti, IVlike Scnellin Rick Ringneimer Cornerback - head coach, and Bill Jeanney. Linebacker 'ci'Q ' 2 if ., at-1 . . , Rudy Salas Tim Billingsley Brent lvlarcuerquiaga Larry Blaylock Quarterback Runningback Linebacker Tackle 76 BUTMAKING THE EFFORT IS l x ,K ,Q f ' . 1 ,, , LM' , '1.:, , C 1 .1 rslll t u Chad Crosby Bruce Delaney Tobin lvlaestrejuan lVlike Thompson Split End Outside Linebacker Cornerback Guard Scores y 32 Lovelock 6 T 8 Fallon 13 O Douglas 6 43 Hawthorne 12 21 Elko 6 14 lvlanoque 25 66 White Pine O 29 Yerington 12 i,', S V -- 16 BUTT' 28 -- . 370 f ,V I , mac, i J N V D l ,Lk ',,, Z. Liie 'C C i Fred Stewart Ron Bankofier Chris Meyers Tackle Quarterback Running Back c 54 fm .131-1. ,iff "ww --ri 5, Dale Nlentaberry Mitch Legarza Terry Norcutt lVlike Stuart Guard Safety Tackle Tackle 77 A GR AT ASO DA GREAT TEAM Front Row: Left to right-Todd Kenison, Dave Aranguena, Cookie Urban, Allen Seals, Rory Ellifritz, Tim Robinson, Joe Buchan, Allen lVlcKinney, Mike Bell, mgr. 2nd Row: Alex Davidson, Dave Cannon, Stan Lau, Jerry Hetrick, Rick Grantham, Eric Vetter. 3rd Row: Coach Dwyer, Brian Roach, Rory Upshaw, Tom Baumeister, Rick Norcutt, Doug Stuart, Jeff Johnson, r Jil Jim Autrey, Ruben Salas, Jeff Clark, Coach Perkes. 4th Row: Allen Davis, Kelly Kniep, Dave Elizondo, Rolfe Schwartz, lVlike Harmon, Ken Roybal, Joe Botkin, Steve Lopes, Rod Armstrong. Their overall record was 6 wins, 1 loss, 1 tie. They tied for the Conference Title. Lowry J.V. scored 238 points and gave up 52 points. SCORES 28 Lovelock 0 52 Hawthorne O 24 Fallon 6 34 Elko 6 6 Douglas 6 A 18 Fallon 14 6 lVlanogue 20 70 Yerington O 1 Pb "z WHY I GIRLS'G0 F WINGSINTOACTI N YR .WW flimgyff' Girls Golf Team, left to right, is Karen Dugger, Karen lVlendiola, Cindy Bidart, Debbie Hatch, Tauna Johnstone, Sarah Cole. Seated, Coach Swecker. Not Pictured, Julie Warner. This year's powerful girls golf team hnished the season undefeated in conference play. Their only loss came at Reno in the state tourney where they 7 faced both AA and AAA teams. Karen . ., V A Nlendiola was this year's "Outstanding I fd QJ45 Golfer". I 49, 1 9 M' S N K Aff Compliments of BEVARD 84 LAIVIBERT CONSTRUCTION CO. 80 1 l ROS CUUNTRY ON THE RUN This year's Cross Country Team ,top row, left to right, Jeff lvlarcinilc, Dave Brown, Tim Grady, Gabby Jurado, lVlr. Salmi, coach. Bottom row, Eugene Brown, Chuck Smith, Hoyt lVleadows, Troy Taylor. Lowry's cross country team hnished their season with two wins and three losses in dual meets, and a fifth place Finish in the state meet. Jeff lVlarcinik was Lowry's top finisher in the state meet with a 10th place finish. This year's team was very young and all members will be back next year. ,.. ..,- ,gif K ,,,V,i ,,,,, i T ffll ,ffm-1. 4 W A it .,,, ..tf V l'f Q 'f' Compliments of BILLINGSLEY MOTORS 81 GYM AST FLIP THRU SEASO gp2DPT'??PJ?3 My fr V3 , ,, f if WN . miss .,f fmw.wwm.1, . M .nf-f First row: Denice Burrow, Betty Glinsmann, Cheryl Frazier. Second rovv: Itxaso Obieta, managerg Michelle Bidart, Cindy Bidart, Lisa Bell, Tauna Johnstone, Coach Garijo. Compliments of the BULL HEAD MOTEL Lowry Gymnasts showed much promise at the beginning of workouts this year and carried it through the entire season. Their duel meets brought home many inidividual honors as well as team victories. A few serious injuries at the beginning of the season reduced the power of a large team but enhanced the strength of the individual members. Denice Burrow consistently placed in at least two events each meet and was voted 'llVlost Improved Gymnast". Betty Glinsmann was injured early in the season, Cheryl Frazier and Lisa Bell were voted l'lVlost Dedicated Gymnasts". Itxaso Obieta served as manager for the team, Tauna Johnstone proved our most consistent gymnast. Her scores always ngured into team points and her consistency made her one of our top competitors. Mickey Bidart was voted lllVlost Inspirational" on our team. Her dedication, example, and influence on her teammates made our year a happy one and brought us closer together as a team. Cindy Bidart is our only Senior as well as our "Best All-Around Gymnast". Cindy is recognized all over Nevada as one of the top competitors in the state. Compliments ofthe CLUB BARBER SHOP LUWRY WRE TLER : 91 Xkk-4"""""s.....f matrix if , t , I mLm'- I V- wx: A , 655:13 A V1 is S S A :g wg i LP Y' I i I . , c r L sg ' . The Varsity Wrestlers are, lst row, Scott Kracaw, Stan Lau, Kurt Kracaw, Tim Billingsley. 2nd row: Eugene Brown, Rick Norcutt, Bill Hillyer, Hank Dufurrena. 3rd row: Mitch Legarza, Rick Ringheimer, lVlikeStuart, Todd Goodale, and THE THING. Not pictured: Sam Johnstone. Compliments of GENE DAVIS INSURANCE 84 , ONLY THE STRO G URVIVE The J.V. Wrestlers are, lst row, Karl Baker, lVlark Kearns, Ken Roybal, Ray Turner, Wallace Baum. 2nd rovv Steve Lopes, Tom Hammond, Paul Kerr, Tom Venable, Marcel Allen, Alex Davidson. 3rd row: David Rheault, Brian Casalaz, Doug Stuart, Ruben Salas, and Alan Davis. Not pictured: Gabby Jurado, Ty NlcDermett, Nlike Stokes, and Al Urban. Compliments of DELONG TRUCK LINES VARSITY SEASON SCORES Lakeview, Ore. Burns, Ore. Elko Yerington Douglas Yerington Hawthorne Fallon White Pine Elko Hawthorne Douglas TOURNAIVIENTS Carson - 2nd Yerington - 4th Douglas - 4th Sparks - 5th State - 3rd The JV wrestlers tinished their season with a 7-5 record. In the State JV Tournament, held here in Winnemucca, these young grapplers placed 2nd as a team. Individual state champions are Paul Kerr t112l, Ray Turner, 41549, Doug Stuart f175l, and Al Urban, 11913. The Winnada staff congratulates these young men for their hard work and devotion to the team. Complments of TOIVI DOUGHTY BOOK-KEEPING 86 Led by state champions Tim Billingsley ll65l and Rick Ringheimer ihvyl, the Bucks placed seven wrestlers for a third place Finish in the state tournament. Billingsley completed his fourth year as a varsity wrestler by winning his second state title. He tinished the year with a 73-19 career record and a 24-4 season record. Second year wrestler Rick Ringheimer captured the state heavyweight title after a second place finish at 191 lbs. last year. His career mark stands at 42-11 with a 26-3 season record. Other Lowry grapplers who placed were seniors Kurt Kracaw C1331 -2ndg Mitch Legarza C1381 -3rdg Bill Hillyer 41549 -3rdg Hank Dufurrena i175J -Zndg sophomore Al Urban l191l -3rd. st A Compliments of FIRST NATIONAL BANK 87 VARSITY BASKETBALL SUP R TAR Varsity Basketball players are, front row Stewart Warner Manager Toby lvlaestrejuan Rudy Salas Bret Gonzalez, Frank Nlaestrejuan Steve Larragueta Second row Ron Bankoher Jon DeChameau Chad Crosby, Brent lVlarcuerquiaga Back row Coach Winans Jim Visger and Ted Willer Leading scorer this season was Ron Bankofier with 14 points per game. Following Ron were Bret Gonzalez, Jim Visger, and Toby lVlaestrejuan with an average of 13 points. Top rebounder was Jim Visger with 14 rebounds per game. Leading in held goals were Jon DeChambeau with 5370, Jim Visger and Ted Willer with 5270. In free throws leading were Ron Bankoher and Jon DeChambeau with 7804. Leading in assists was Brent lvlarcuerquiaga. Leader of steals was Toby Nlaestrujuan. The captain of the team this year was Ron Bankoher. The Lowry Buckaroos were the Champions of the Elko Tournament. Those elected to the All Tournament Elko Team were Bret Gonzalez, Jim Visger, and Ron Bankoher. Overall the Bucks had an outstanding season. Compliments of HORTON BUILDING MAINTENANCE 88 Chad Crosby Jim Visger Brent Ivlarcuerquiaga UCI, 1 4 " if gm T 'i:!i?9"'1z5 95? Toby Nlaestrejuan Ron Bankofier Ted Willer Compliments of HUIVIBOLDT PRINTERS . .' STLETOFI IH J.V.'s: Row 1: Louis Kelly, Rick Stokes, Lee Bosch, Rolfe Schwartz, Manager Rory Upshaw. Row 2: Coach Swecker, Denny Wirthlin, Tom Baumeister, Stuart lVloore, Row 3: Tom Alexander, Steve Olsen, Mike Lloid, Kelly Kniep. Not pictured: Chuck Higley, SEASON SCORES 72 Lovelock 48 49 Fallon 55 61 White Pine 56 62 Incline 54 49 Lovelock 39 42 Sparks 50 76 Yerington 54 39 Hawthorne 49 51 White Pine 65 59 Elko 61 45 Douglas 60 63 Yerington 39 65 Fallon 52 87 Stewart 50 76 Nlanogue 56 64 Incline 90 90 ,,.,,.a-an-""" N , I X 1 Ii Compliments of HUIVIBOLDT VETERINARY CLINIC FRESHM NGO U DEFEATED' Q, ,..bf Bottom row: Eric Vetter, Casey Arciniega, Chuck Smith, Mike Harmon. Second Row Jim Autrey Mike Erquiaga, Jake Weber, Joe Buchan, manager. Back rovv: Coach Dvvyer, Rick Grantham Tony Richards Karl Hornbarger. SCORES 63 Lovelock 45 Fallon 51 NYTC lJVl 44 Lovelock 53 Winn. Jr. High 80 Battle Mountain F Hawthorne Battle Mountain Winn. Jr. High Fallon Manogue Elko Elko Manogue Compliments of JONES' JANITORIAL SUPPLY YBALL S R VES UP VI CT URIES l 4 1 Varsity volleyball players are Coach Rorex, Diana English, Marianne Bradley, Cindy Falen, Betty Seward, Julie Ti ton Linda Dun D ' ' ' p , away, enise lVhchelson, Colleen lVlarty, Lupe lvlartmez, manager. Jr. varsity volleyball players are Coach Rorex, Chris Tarter, Wendy Harmon, Joni Clausen, Shana Stock, Leanne DelVlattei, Jodi Baker, Janet Armstrong, Lupe lVlartinez, manager. LC l Compliments of KIRKER'S AUTO BODY 93 This year has been a learning experience for l I Lowry's 'unior varsity volleyball team J , considering that their team included only two returning players. They traveled with the varsity - team to most of the scheduled games, finishing the year with a 6-2 record. 94 Compliments of KIRICS MARKET SCORES Lowry's Varsity Volleyball team had 4 record and placing second in the Northern Division zone tournament. On February 19th they traveled to Yerington for the state tournament. They defeated Stewart but fell to undefeated Incline in their second round of play. Lowry certainly hadn't seen such a great volleyball team in a long time and it is not likely that there will be another one like it within the next few years. 2 A 5 5 ,1 25 . ' f-iff ' K B Compliments of KOA KAIVIP GROUND 95 1 lVlcDermitt 2 2 Austin O 2 Battle lVlountain O 2 Carlin 0 2 lVlcDermitt 1 1 lVlcDermitt 2 2 Austin O 2 Battle lVlountain O 2 Eureka O 2 lVlcDermitt 1 2 lVlcDermitt O 2 Battle Mountain 1 2 Lovelock O 2 White Pine 1 0 Elko 2 1 Elko 2 an outstanding year finishing with a 12- GIRLS RIP UP THE COURT Lisa Bell Jeannette Chikami Denise Michelson Shirley Mason Debbie Mentaberry Theresa Owens Jeri Schwartz Betty Seward SEASON SCORES The Lowry varsity girls' basketball team really had an outstanding season. 37 Carlin 38 Their season record was 8 wins, 2 losses - best ever in the history of Lowry High 28 Carlin 45 School. They were ranked 1 1 from the North going into the State Tournament. 41 Lovelock 19 The first game, they defeated Stewart by a score of 63-44. The second game, 84 McDermitt 9 they were defeated by Fallon by a score of 33-32 in a controversial last second 48 Battle Mountain 25 shot. As a result, they finished third in State with a 9-3 overall record. 68 McDermitt 8 The team averaged 52.7 points per game. They shot 2870 from the field 48 Lovelock 31 and 3770 from the free throw line. 66 Austin 8 46 Battle Mountain 29 59 Austin 19 96 Compliments of LA VILLA MOTEL WITH A SIZZLI GSEASO --.W.i,...., , 'J 1 - or Julie Tipton Joyce Vetter Coach Ecnevarria Janet Studebaker, manager if-Li , ,,,.. 4 Compliments of C.L. IVICCONNELL 97 . .' RACK PFI ERECORD Row 1: Cindy Falen, Joni Clausen, Kathy Neary, Chris Tarter, Toni Lowe, Manager Janet Studebaker. Row 2 Kay Clelland, Nancy IVlason, Karen Billingsley, Tonya Paris, Itxaso Obieta, Janet Valle, Coach Echevarria. SEASON SCORES 28 Carlin 31 25 Carlin 35 28 Lovelock 9 29 Lovelock 8 28 lVlcDermitt 4 21 Battle Mountain 4 26 Battle lVlountain 18 SEASON RECORD 5 wins, 2 losses Compliments of WNI. IVIACDONALD 47 THIS BOOK CO RTESY UF WINNAD fi. -g Winnada members, back row, left to right: Bonny Roybal, Frances Horton, Linda Dunaway, Anna Gonzalez, Terri Clausen, Joyce Angus, Alicia Davis, Liz Botkin, Renae York, Tama Hay, Lisa York, Darlene Clausen, Mimi Richards, Miss Butcher, advisor. Kneeling, Left to right, Mark Allen, Lisa Thompson, co- editor, Diana English, Melanie Dimick, Mickey Bidart, Shana Stock, Josie Jurado, Donna Harmon, Patricia Beck, Teresa Willis, Joyce Burkholder, Anita Mariluch, co-editor. Not pictured: Mary Bowen, Bonnie Bullock, Teresa Owens, Debbie Pearce. - ' A , 3' Compliments of MARTIN HOTEL This year Winnada started early! Late in August, Winnada advisor, Miss Butcher, and co-editors Anita lVlariluch and Lisa Thompson attended a yearbook workshop in Caldwell, Idaho, in an attempt to create the best Winnada ever. An unusually talented and efficient Winnada staff toiled laboriously to produce what you novv hold in your trembling fingers: a literary classic second only to ROOTS featuring 32 color pages, senior babies and you. The staff also, commendably, raised seven thousand dollars in an attempt to make your book a little bit cheaper. , 5 'A .. an It Xl The advisor as seen by the staff. The Staff as seen by the advisor. Compliments of ivi1kE's MARKET SPOT 101 VARSITY CHEERLEADERS 102 HI E 1 iw wx., ,as 5 -. i . . -. .A Aiifisrazlgk-exif' s 'X ' - . 'wr ,mm 1 Varsity: Tama Hay SL Mimi Richards, Karen Nleridiola 84 Jeri Schwartz lr 3 gf g x If . J f Q f ' 'ic ' Vf i ii, ia i ' ii i s XR rilwk ,ww ,, . i.i,,,ii,, J ii-3 Compliments of NEVADA FIRST TH RIFT QE' O A A .-1- A . 5 , , 5 fi , c fi ,W xg. A eie - . ' G 5 A i , 'Hem igw r w NM Q 9 .X K . . i txphm 1 s , Ali, N FQ 0 if IGEIHJ f i if A , 1 . f O G0 wif A A- 9 3 sn if W Q S 3 Q 1 S Q 5 5 Q Q F xf , i 5 . . I I +1 If X i' 3 ' ' Qii 2 1? A A A ,E in R 1? E i -- ..': 1 li KLLL - .V iaf,.l.4l.f' f,. W-1-11-I ,.:. x-i- XX .i.f: .XX . ..., J.V.'s: Jackie Chikami, Monica Vesco, Terri Clausen, Mickey Bidart Compliments of NEVADA NATIONAL BANK lO 3 I .9"' , J' R'i'1f:: K-f ,. H :I W if 4 'I' ,Q fm., 'Q 1 4' if E E 'W PM MMR' E- N rf my ,W -D P' ff ,H---wif M .,,..,, Qt, In 4 Compliments of PAYLESS TIRE CENTER y ,f-5 1 , ,U A -f . . , , W.- , fmI--im.wma,1G,1k.,b,,,.Mw,mg2Z,,,.W,,M,...,,W fl,-,w,,5-1 W.V.,f...wMf,mv,mA-Jmamwfszwfmfw ,I f fam f ,. f ' wfzg,,f,1Qm1fw,J,g flgw,-. 21, Ag, 3.-, ff , A , l. , l,Z 1 1 , g . Al ...2. ,.ll M ,Q if N ,,.,. i,:,Zk,,,kx.,,.H,,1,,, , M alsgfzf, -sam ., 1. mi: 4-guy' 1 fb Wufiw-QiA2'1i5il , F ,,:::,. ,,.., , 1 ,,,,, " l31f"2f5w2,,1:2ff9 "h2Xf11" H A A 7 ,,,. K M vY'ST'sJff VL! ixi -11235555555 giz,ff,'rg,1Q,aqrf M:7g::'f.,,1is2, 1 4 f 4 fig: Q:fy:1-iw' f g 1 3,.i-4:5 W:?i5?'fi'f" ' ' 5 will f.,,g., , 8 5 Y v 7 f. , A Q ' K ' 5 J . ,K VV Q, , m Qi - Q k L ? ' XA we ' W' ' - 35573 , K Q A 4. , ' Y I 1' ,I X ,. ,-1. I - - , -V 3 ' ' Y"' Q aw f iv - ' A ,- ':- 'f - , if' Q' .gg J , . 17- -:QF ,K , Q Q1 3 X, A 'f x V A 2 E-, 'ff ffl" ,V W9 L' " ' Qfi?f'iw'pf 55" "ma, 'KL ' . +5 , A V 'MWA "" Qf zlz ff ,, ' iff-'1 1 1z-,N ily, Y 'f Jw .zz 3 S+' f' , f WN: ,1l, is A , U me , 13 : , .l X . ,W .., ,, .J , ,. ' if f V dy 1l,, if i ' I ' J e X H , e J, ,Z fi , 1 Q . . l , 1 5 ,,,, fl 5 1-' - i 106 Compliments of T.G. SHEPPARD'S RENTALS 0 GLEADERS Songleaders are Debbie Nlentaberry, Karen rGOT RHYTH 42 rley IVIason, and Jeannette Chikami. '5- I' Compliments of SIERRA SID'S AUTO TRUCK 107 PLAZA 81 RESTAURANT 1 UCKARETTE TEP UUT ,.' YV 'iii QM J The 1976-77 Buckarettes are, front row, Dawn Colliher, Jackie lVlcDade, Wendi lVIiller, Nancy Nlason, Debi Echevarria, Dani Baum. Second rovv: Toni Lowe, Sarah Cole. Third rovv: Cheryl Larsen, Sonia lVlurillo, Karen Billingsley, Tauna Johnstone, and Gina Jenista. Buckarette officers are, front I row, Tauna Johnstone, I treasurer, Debi Echevarria, historian. Second row: Nancy lVlason, Student Council representative, Toni Lowe, secretary, Gina Jenista, vice- president, Sarah Cole, president, and Miss Echevarria, advisor. Compliments of STAN'S HOBBIES 84 CRAFTS N NE W UNIFOR Too lazy to walk? Dancing cheek to cheek! Buy one, get two free! Compliments of WAGNER WAREHOUSE 10 1 CONCERT BA D CUMES T 0 LIFE i Concert band members, front row, are Mark Allen, Frances Horton, Shelly Poole, Grant Foster, Bonnie Bullock, Bonny Roybal, Lori Trujillo, Itxaso Obieta, Tina Stewart, Tracy Goodale, Berta Keeney, Melanie Dimick. Second row: Sandi Cuddeback, Dawn Golliher, Debra Newton, Debbie Shaw, Lisa Thompson, Diana English, Doug Stuart, Karl Baker, Kim Poche, Tammie Santos, Tristi Wood, Juanita Inman. Last row: Chuck Kearns, Rick Morton, Jim Autry, Tom Alexander, Joe Botkin, Curtis Baum, Alex Davidson, Hal Huntsman, John Lage, Kirby Keller, Mike Bell, Allen Armstrong, Rick Stokes, Lisa Bell, Mr. Clark, director. Not pictured: Renae York and Chris Tarter. i This year saw Lowry's best concert band yet. They performed inspiring Christmas and Spring concerts and performed well at festival in Elko. I a Band oFFicers, standing, are Itxaso Obieta, treasurer, Melanie Dimick, president, Mark Allen, drum major, Mike Bell, student council representative, Lisa Bell, drum majorette. Kneeling: Tom Alexander, band manager, Bonny Roybal, vice president, and Lisa Thompson, secretary. COlTlplllTl6rl11S of KAY WEIKEL REAL ESTATE ARCHI G BA D ARCHES MILES +5-M.,-Jwwv ,eazifs-vb-M,5ikHwWaWW. e ,,. lake M if rw Q M . ,, .. .. .V Vihk r . v I K L I . , ,.h, A K ,.1,, V N Ak,V Marching band worked hard this year, practicing, rain or shine, to put on a spectacular half-time show and to march in the annual homecoming parade. Other parades included the U.N.R. homecoming parade and the Nevada Day Parade in Carson City. S, A 3? IXBQW These pants are tailor made. Compliments of DIAN 84 IVIAXL WILLIS - INSURANCE MANAGEMENT SERVICES ll STA GE BA D BOUGIE Stage band musicians are front rovv, Teresa Willis, Melanie Dimick, Mr. Clark lDirectorl, Mark Allen, Lisa Thompson, Frances Horton, Debra Newton, Bonnie Bullock, Bonny Roybal, Lori Trujillo, Diana English. Back row: Grant Foster, Tom Alexander, Kirby Keller, Rick Stokes, Hal Huntsman, Mike Bell, Todd Goodale, Curtis Jarvis, Allen Armstrong, Bryan Casalez. Stage band oflicers are Lisa Thompson Secretary, Bonny Roybal V.P., Diana English President, Mike Bell Manager, Frances Horton St. Council Rep., Lori Trujillo Treasurer. Compliments of WINNEMUCCA BLACKSMITH SHOP 112 PEP BA D BOOSTS BUCKS Pep band players are, front row, Curtis Baum, Grant Foster, Chuck Kearns, Lori Trujillo, Bonny Roybal, Rick Stokes, Itxaso Obieta, Tristi Wood, Rick Morton, Tom Alexander, Kirby Keller. Next row: Jim Autry, Hal Huntsman, Mark Allen, Frances Horton, Lisa Thompson, Juanita Inman, Tammie Santos, Dawn Golliher, Berta Keeney, Mr. Clark lDirectorl, Allen Armstrong, Bryan Casalez. Back row: Marcel Allen, Debra Newton, Alex Davidson, Debbie Shaw, Karl Baker, Diana English, Lisa Bell, Mike Bell, Doug Stuart. Not pictured: Melanie Dimick, Dani Higley, Greg Higley, Renae York, Tracie Goodale, Todd Goodale, Chris Tarter, Bonnie Bullock. Compliments of WINNEMUCCA DISCOUNT FOODS 1 T UDE T COUNCIL - -up-.W - eff- A .if W K, , , .f iv ,wr f-,- 4 -, X, ,L , Student council members are Cleft to rightl Tony Richards, Ron Bankoher, Teresa Willis, Zane Howe, Mickey Bidart, Joe Buchan, Linda Dunaway, Kurt Kracaw, Tama Hay, Mark Upshaw, Mimi Richards, Steve Larragueta, Anita Mariluch, Mark Allen. Ofiicers are W. TS Cbelowl Kurt Kracaw, Vice-president, Linda Dunaway, Secretary, Anita Mariluch, President, Cindy Bidart, Treasurer, Tama Hay, Head Cheerleader. 1 ti, +1 f , . 2 ., .' ,r , ' : ,fl V, .' 4 . .," ,- if . ', x 6' I ., A ,4 ,H I - Ejlgffl ', 1" . A 'J f ,Q A I f n f-..,,. A I Y ', 1 ' ,- ' ' . I . , ' , - A 5 , ' 1 . .V , ,,,.,., if -,- . P' 4, " fi, -, if ff 'f . "I F'x15"1g'1' I 4, 'I 11274-iI'l"F' 1' IL?T' 3' Quin., ,A f', Af' f 7 i, .1 ist' . rg - ef' qffrzl- , , ,, f, fi ,ff ' 14' -A-:Y . 'J' pi.-f,', l , Ay ,. ,, - if 5 4 2 , I., , y ' r3"', A T6 '0 1'4- , , W w'I""' AHE ff? 1.1. 0 lj' rr 1 , , A 1 -:sais ,XQQS v U u '- , . x WWW 1.332 'E UE IS YOU' V " ' Lie aye Q nf my ,K 'f ' 'YU tiff ff nfw g nf? W ' I Compliments of the HUIVIBOLDT SUN Nm, . 4 Q5 ,'-- in ,Q , wi 115 H 0 UR SOCIETY SHINES National Honor Society members, nrst row, from left to right, are Ron Bankoier, Jeri Schwartz, secretary, Linda Dunaway, Anita lVlariluch, Nlarisa lVlacNelly, Lisa Thompson, Mark Allen. Second row: lVlimi Richards, Tama Hay, vice-president, Patricia Beck, Student Council representative, Shirley lVlason. Third row: Steve Larragueta, lVIrs. lVlyers, advisor, Kurt Kracaw, Liz Botkin, and lVlelanie Dimick. Not pictured: Colleen lVlarty, president, Linda Quilici, treasurer, Debbie Hatch, Bert Paris, Fred Stewart, Karen lVlendiola, Cindy Bidart, and lVlr. Andress, advisor. Honor Society was kept very busy this year, but with the leadership of its two new advisors, lVlrs. Myers and lVlr. Andress, they 5 managed to have a very successful year. They sold candy before school and during lunches and sold valentines on February 14th to earn money for their spring trip. They traveled to Idaho at the beginning of the spring and toured several difTerent colleges. They also managed to have a donut sale which provided for a scholarship for one of its members. Z NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY Z S 'z Vs Lf Compliments of VOGUE LAUNDRY 8t DRY CLEANERS 116 ALL YEAR L0 f Mi 1 li it i CCC I f '- - , fi 4, ii , ,. z , g gf" ' 2 . f if 15. Q 43' 'I f--:: iff Zi, 1 ui E f. Flgfwei' H x Q KW "': ' - A , vi X r - we - H -its fs 2 gk ' kk .i 1 i f y ii .V. i The Rhinestone Cowboy? Bang, bang, choo Choo train, move out of the way or we'II smash your brains. . WL.: Eg: A M ,. mg, Intelligence grows slowly - like a strange jungle moss. What do you mean, which one's Bernie? Compliments of WINNEVA DISTRIBUTING CO., INC. 117 UCKARUOS "RIDE 0 " 1 - 'ffl . ii 1 , l .,.. ,,,, .,,,,,mX g - I U W K 1 K - I -g ' .:. fggza, 'Q TX.. X D Xxx , Rodeo Club members are: front row, lVlark Elfring, Roger Weston, Jeff York, Tony Richards, Dennis Acorda, Hank Dufurrena, Joe Dufurrena, Dave Cannon, Vance Vesco, Tracy Logan, Back row, Jamie Clarno, Ron lVlobley, Will Hall, John Angus, Joe Ross, Audie Cross, Donald Glasgow, Sheri Woolfolk, Cindy Clarno, Cynthia lVlobley, Dani Baum, and Robbie Gastelecutto. Not Pictured are Zane Howe, Tama Hay, Frank Ugalde, Ty lVlcDermett, Mark Dotson, Wallace Baum, Cheryl Frazier, Jan Fullenwider, and Tim Chabot. The ofhcers are: Vance Vesco, Sergeant at Arms, Dennis Acorda, Vice President, Hank Dufurrena, President, Joe Dufurrena, Treasurer, Dave Cannon, Reporter, and Tracy Logan, Secretary. Rodeo Club brings out the true Buckaroos of Lowry High. Rodeo is an exciting but dangerous sport and this 1977 Rodeo Club is ready and willing to tackle it. It takes practice, guts, and stamina for a thrilling and unpredictable competition. This year the Winnemucca Rodeo was lVlay 4th and 5th. Each member is looking forward to making it to National competition. 118 I... Y' -. 1 5, .gi K wr- S 'SQ x .. ,,, EVP H H f 111, ' and ---...V I f--fvww. ww-.Q 1 :'.gg.,:' W .F .rf 1: if Dave Cannon 1: uni. 'Q -'xv-w i ff n'M.,,...x -... , I' f ""15fQP",s.A -:X .Sw , wi. 4 i. M' 'f-iD0l"'1llW - 1 - V -W .,,,,..W- .,.-3... -.-.3 - ,Q-Q, .yunEf5FEii"'g A-f.fff,. E 'M " N N h-me-h-0 ' NNYKJ p , MQ Jeff York 19030 -':KZ?.'1 w"'. . VE, rip' va 'rr-l'.'fL'f' K-5' iq iwazffw--: John Angus Hank Dufurrena N -- My-11 .,,,9Q, ' --V-f - . ..,, , ,, ,.-.-, WV. ,..---A-, .VL 5 -- 5 . A wg 1. n'n' . L if " K " A, ' SA N x , n I flifif n ,n A K A, ,W aw . ,. z -, A , Ynteenai -L. 'iqii . FFT" , ly'--'f"n"1' -- 144 N - ', xii jf, ,, - A ' , 'kk . I-M. .K -" ' fnrwf ,L g5f,,':Qi15Qyi5i5iEi2l1 ' W- Dave Cannon and Dennis Acorda 119 120 -if :l n" i it , , ,, ,lm i - i 7, T A , wx ,Qi 'J,"' ' iff ' .5 ' 1, ' 4 K ,hzfgrj ,... Qiflzf' ,--: , . .,fff ',--'b jg , L, iz - - , Block W, bottom row: Stuart Moore, Tim Robinson, Larry Blaylock, Fred Stewart, Todd Goodale, Mike Stuart, Brent Marcuerquiaga, Bruce Delaney, Hank Dufurrena, Steve Larragueta, Kurt Kracaw. Middle row: Scott Kracaw, Bob Cassinelli, Ron Bankoher, Sam Johnstone, Robin Schultz, Rick Ringheimer, Bret Gonzalez, Tim Billingsley, Allen Lee, Ted Willer, Toby Maestrejuan. On top: Frank Maestrejuan. BLOCK W I REHA CHED H The sweathogs Key Club, bottom row: Toby lvlaestrejuan, Tim Billingsley, Bruce Delaney, Steve Couch, Bret Gonzalez, Robin Schultz, Kurt Kracaw, Ron Bankofier, Craig Paris, Top row: Monica Vesco, sweetheart' Ted Willer Mark Upshaw, Allen Lee, Steve Larragueta, Frank Nlaestrejuan, Stuart lVloore, Dale Nlentaberry, Gabby, Jurado, Sam Johnstone, Dave Elizondo, Stan Lau, Rick Ringheimer, Debbie Nlentaberry, sweetheart. KEY CL UB G0 ! Y' f t,,,b,,,,,b, 14. gg FQ: f A if y A x ,X XYR 'il , gf 121 A-:mal tt , ,,.., , .mc , . , Art Club members are Tim Robinson, Carolyn lVlullins, Dona Henderson, Amy Haley, Donna Davis, Renae York, Tammy Baumeister, Deedra Zawaski, Peggy Smith, Alicia Davis, Charlene George, Linda Ayer, Joyce Angus, Mary Lee Baumeister, Cristina Nlonarrez, Sheri Swanson, Ronda Gibbons, Suzell Richardson, Shelly Bissett. Second row: Larry Wirthlin, Casey Arciniega, Allen Seals, Joe Buchan, Lisa York, Liz Botkin, Jon DeChambeau, Julie Tipton, Shirley lVlason, Anna Gonzalez, Jackie Chikami, Nlonica Vesco, Ron Bankoher, Stuart lVloore, Billie Henderson, Janet Valle, Teresa Bankofier, Chris Tarter, Tommy Baumeister, Shonda Gilchrist, lVlarianne Bradley, Tracy Logan, Kay Clelland, Terry Vaughn. Not pictured: Steve Acree, Jennie Buchan, Bryan Casalez, Dave Elizondo, lVlark Gough, David Johnson, Edna lVlurillo, Sonia lVlurillo, Debbie Schunke, Shana Stock, Dan Thompson, Jim Visger, Julie Warner, and Jodie Widdison. Sie l ea'X,9.,3l3'a 25719119 ' ge Qffffl lmbfv .Q Once again, Lowry High Art Club proved they could build a Hoat by placing second in the Club competition. They also sponsored the second annual Bucks Bazaar with more club participants than last year. And for the hnal bit of lunacy emanating from the Art room - Almost Everything C Goes, in lVlay. iiii The officers at right are Ronda Gibbons, president Tommy Baumeister, vice president, Joe Buchan, Student Council representative, Renae York, secretary-treasurer. ff: 122 S my 'mfnnnmsr E s 123 PA I HCLUBH BIG YEAR 3 if Members: Bottom Row: Lisa York, Joyce Burkholder, Donna Harmon, Margaret Lau, Joey Buchan, Mimi Richards, Anita Mariluch, Mary Lee Baumeister, Joyce Angus, Kelly Kniep. 2nd Row: Mrs. Costa, Cindy Martinez, Genny Bevard, Itxaso Obieta, Amy Haley, Cristina Monarrez, Darlene Clausen, Tammy Baumeister, Theresa Owens, Josie Jurado, Liz Botkin. 3rd Row: Renae York, Alicia Davis, Letty Ringheimer, Lupe Martinez, Denise Burrow, Colleen Holt, Teresa Bankofier, Mickey Bidart, Sheri Swanson, Terri Clausen, Lisa Bell, Billie Henderson. 4th Row: Tommy Baumeister, Tim Robinson, Rolfe Schwartz. Not pictured: Jim Visger, Cindy Bidart, Colleen Marty, Teresa Willis. Otlicers pictured at right are Joyce Burkholder, Pres., Darlene Clausen, sec., Mimi Richards, St. Council Rep., Joey Buchan, treas. Not pictured: Jim Visger, Vice Pres. iill This year the Spanish Club has been participating in many activities. To start the year off they had a Float that placed 2nd in the Football Homecoming parade and a skit that got a few laug-hs. At the Bucks Bazaar they C R showed their skill by making creative pinatas and selling them. To top the year off the Spanish Club showed the movie, DON QUIXOTE, to a sellout crowd at the Nixon I Hall. With that and the weekly candy sales they l"'l "M l'esllleesll A . amassed a lot of money by the end of the year. 124 RWM w .-fzzszv - 4' 43 iii? QV! s 5 'Qs E 41. 'Q -..,.w,.fg,4pw ' .,1i 3 T31-Q s kk'- 71'1?f"""'4"""'wMwm S ri 1 . . ffm . -A, ' , V . , Sgfh' , Af L rf-f .-2 ' 1 'L V 'J -- . -. .. 1 ' - . W ' " . 'ff " . ff .. . ' .aff L I , if "" SL 1 ' . -L , . K , m . Y A' ' , 1, '- -I A , ' -.5 U ' N---X m 'af K.. . N-MN , Q --..: .. -L .. - Qv 51.9-i Y Q '1 We wx - .Qs ' . -,ws . f ,ff A f Q . ' - 1, A .1 F' M513 K f .. 1 .. 21 A ' S -.. 5'-!'1gi4E,.:'2 will . , A ag :Qin-gig 5' ., A H .. A 1, wg... 55. 4,50 .. . , My 4W ,m,I L k 341.2 xwmggwk i Z 'A fggfsf Q5 ua 1 ww' w U W' f 'Sl M M. 1 Agni? aa. . max. QM... ,. . 7, 4. . . - EJ .5 4' if : .5 E f . . 5 2. - ,,.. 5 1 25 DRAMA HOW UUTDOOR SPIRIT X., .-.V, R . , .. V.iW.:G: Vx Jgbvrk L K . , ' - -Q. . . .4 ', ' .:' K Q ,W .gm A A lr . 1 . :X-...SS -9 -':.tif','g::.x3,1f?'fW A '14 'gif 1.2 'V Q nk, R , A V to f L 3 45: 'HS . V' s - I. , - . ' A 'zo ' . , 'Q df... J., -. , A ' - - -1 L" gfwl K ,. 1-'ff - -S .. .. -f . - we t- - , 5 .TM . ' A ' ' A "HL si A 'owl-Y ie, f- X ' 'X ' . , A ,+- 4 N W s,. " 'A ' A - Y 5. is ,, ,aes-ea-i sf 4 ,LVV as l - ' A+ ' Q' an ,Y i., I' , . K.. 4 .,, . .15-5' , f., - . , Q W .V , v , . L . ,,. . .... .. Drama club members are, nrst row, Craig Paris, Doug Stuart, Michelle Bidart, Tobin Maestrejuan, Jenny Buchan, Dave Aranguena. Second row: Shelly Poole, Mary Triszczuk, Billie Henderson, Mike Bell, Karina Crosby, Janet Studebaker, Margaret Lau, Jerry Hetrick, Liz Botkin, and Lisa York. Not pictured: Bret Gonzalez, Darren Hummel, Ed Steinshouer, Julie Warner. L Z-9. Z- .. -X if l Z .5 ,. ' f , f , 1 If K V- 126 HILLBILLY HIGH JINKS and IT'S COLD IN THEM THAR HILLS were the nrst two productions in October. The drama club then began work on FROSTY, THE SNOWMAN, a musical for children which was to be produced in December. After receiving inspiration from a field trip to Sparks High School's production of ONE FLEW OVER THE CUCKOO'S NEST, they returned to begin work on their 3-act comedy entitled REST ASSURED which was presented in March. This play centered around a man's dream of his death and his observations of his family's reactions to his death. Drama members have been very busy this year in an effort to refurbish the props, sets, and costumes for their plays. If all goes well, plans for a major production next year will be realized. BA CK T O THE HILLS FOR DRAMA ! 127 1 28 S CIE CE CL U i SPARKS 5 m. . ss is - I F5 I ' H. 'ff - -'S mars -'-2: --1. - '- , r ' ., f f u i sijqfi, ' .,.... ... I 1312. lf' i s 1 7. - 7. ' mf 5 731593-ri' 'fi ya 5-P: ' fx-h N -5 ' f sif5fR-21555 Science Club members are: Mr. Markus, advisory Russell Jenkins, Miguel Gomez, Tony Temres. CHORUS SINGS I HAR ON Y Officers: Denise Denny, president, Sandra Ann Gonzales, secretary-treasurer, Odette Shroyer, vice president. l, , l gi fm The choir sang very well in the Christmas Concert this year. In their annual Spring Concert with the band, they also sang very well. In March, they went to Reno to listen to the UNR jazz festival. Some members also participated in the basketball homecoming talent show. Top row: Sandra Ann Gonzales, Denise Denny, Annie Barr, Mr. Clark, Margaret Lau, pianist, Lori Kofford, Verna Measel, Michelle Cuyler, Tammy Santos, Theresa Robinson, Mary Jarman, Mary Triszczuk. Bottom row: Marta Lage, Cathy Martinez, Louann Johnson, Joan Horton, Valerie Sant, Odette Shroyer. 129 MATMAIDS MOTIVATE WRE TLER Top row: Julie Warner, Teresa Willis, Nancy lVlason, Karen Billingsley, Debbie Hatch, Tracy Goodale, Cindy Bidart. Bottom rovv: Dani Baum, Amie Haley, Lori Stoker, Teresa Bankofier, Letty Ringheirner. Not pictured: Ronda Gibbons, Connie Engeler. lVlat lVlaids, in their new blue and gold jumpsuits, supported the ' Ab wrestlers with their enthusiastic spirit by writing pep letters, baking -, TVW goodies and decorating lockers, T Q l'ls 2fM'7J,5 2, My. , ' M' +5-, ,Al - , , , 4 new ' , ,. ,fn I T-6 ,lg i . , 7 - ,.,l,, 4, ' W! ' 1 l X 130 le T . H- at ' W Y Y ' l V3 V CA HEADS FOR ATIO ALS VICA members are John Johnston, Bob Clarno, David Cannon, Zane Hovve, Donald Prather, Mark Toland, Gabby Jurado. Second row: Rory Upshaw, Tom Chipp, Donald Atwell, Kimball Riggs, Mike Hatch, Hank Dufurrena, Chris Meyers. Third row: Chuck Austin, Joe Ross, Mike Ellifritz, Mike Guzman, Mike Casalez, Ray Walther, and David Aranguena. Tllhlk UP CHUM? First semester ohicers, above left, are David Arangueza, Sec., Terry Norcutt, Pres., Mike Hatch, Vice-Pres., Zane Howe, Student Council Rep., Chuck Austin, Treas., Mike Ellifritz, Parliamentarian, Mike Guzman, Chaplain. Not pictured: Bob Clarno, Reporter. Second semester officers, above right, are Mike Bell, Student Council Rep., Rory Upshaw, Parliamentarian, Mark Toland, Reporter, Mike Guzman, Sec., Chuck Austin, Vice-Pres., Mike Ellifritz, Treas., David Aranguena, Pres. Not pictured: Bob Clarno, Chaplain. 131 FUTURE HOMEMAKER OF A ERICA if f :GEN 5- xi FHA Members are First Row: Marta Lage, Peggy Smith, Theresa Robinson, Cathy Martinez, Linda Ayer. Second Row: Lori Kofford, Tammie Santos, Michelle Robinson, Cindy Clarno, Jamie Clarno, Dona Henderson. Third Row: Carolyn Mullins, Marianne Bradley. Fourth Row: Shonda Gilchrist, Melaney Morrison. Officers are from left to right: Sonia Murillo, historian, Shonda Gilchrist, treasurer, Edna Murillo, Secretary, ii ff-, XXXXE-R fd A555 P1 Theresa Robinson, Student Council Q .M fs Representative, Peggy Smith, Vice- C 5 President, Not pictured- Linda Ayer, President. 3 55,5 LA 132 Upperclassmen read books, Underclassmen wear them. , Qlilgf-fws, wg? 2-I My Nlrs. IVIorgan's starting school ... or FINISHING School? QXMAKER5 i 4' Q5 NEW Ox' 'bo 4 7 id 2 J .2 '54 E519 I3 '1 sb oe O 4 'M D X40 vu .A ms'-W' FFA: A GE ERATIO The Future Farmers of America started its calendar of activities with the FFA kick-off B-B-Q. They had plant sales at different times around the year. They attended the National Convention at Kansas City and the State contests and conventions. They also attended . the Leadership camp at Lake Tahoe. Other things they did this year were Foods For America Program at the grade schools, a potluck supper for the Green Hands and Citrus Sales around Christmas time. Orange you going to ask me what's in the box? Ofiicers, front row, are Terry Vaughn, reporterg Bert Paris, treasurer Dennis Acorda, sentinel Second row: Vance Vesco, secretaryg Fred Stewart, vice presidentg Bob Cassinelli, president. Not pictured: Robbie Gastelecutto, Student Council representative. 134 F.F.A. members are: IVlr. George, advisor, Vance Vesco, Terry Vaughn, Robbie Gastelecutto, Ron lVIobIey, Don Glasgow, Bob Cassinelli, Dennis Acorda, Bert Paris, lVIike Ellifritz, David Cannon, Tracy Logan, Zane Howe, Tony Richards, Bert Thiede, Jamie Clarno, Sheri Wolfolk, Kim Waiters, Ty NlcDermett, Tom Hammond, Roger Weston, Tim Chabot, Will Hall, Paul Kerr, Joe Ross, Jim Glasgow, Fred Stewart, Cindy lVIobley, Jan Fullenwider, Mark Toiand, lVlark Elfring, Joe Dufurrena, Tina Stewart, Juanita Inman, Stan Lau, Susie Klauman, Sherri Angus, Cheryl Frazier, Debra Newton, and Bruce Frazier. Not pictured: Allen Keel, Kyle Lock, Jeff York, and George Boggio. . T. if ' F 5 ' . J ,i . , g,,,,,, 423:,1,1, :gt I F A L, A A I eggs-fi: 13: fv ' s ' 'M Q 1 -- 1 X " K , ,-,:. ,, tf. .12 - , , , V , G ir' lf? T ,1 - W- - ' 1' ,T T ,w . tt,,. y g Y. , i is 5, . X f .. ,dt . f, ' T Y' X' ' X 1" M M" C "Lk -I i F - , 1 W' .-mf In 'L q5Y:f,gY?,Tf'I5. M, S Que: 135 BLOCKL BOOST ATHLETIC Y -rv k vw ,-.,1-fe, f.. .sf I ' it 'iF""" 3 First row: Patty Beedles, Linda Quilici, Joyce Vetter. Second row: Diana English, Sheri Swanson, Chris Tarter, Jeri Schwartz, Debbie lVlentaberry, Tammy Baumeister. Third row: Joyce Angus, Charlene George, Shana Stock, Suzell Richardson, Theresa Owens, Deedra Zawaski, Itxaso Obieta, Julie Tipton, Jeannette Chikami, Shirley lVlason, Janet Studebaker, Betty Seward, Linda Trakas, Marianne Bradley. Not pictured: Karen Dugger, Karen Nlendiola, Julie Warner, Liz Botkin, Cindy Falen, Nlichelle Bidart, Teresa Bankoher, Cindy Bidart, Dawn Logan, Denise Burrow, Linda Dunaway, Debbie Hatch, lVlary Ann Lawrence, Advisors: Susan Rorex and Lori Echevarria. Ofiicers, pictured at right, are Joyce Vetter, president, Julie Tipton, secretary-treasurer, Denise Nlichelson, Student Council representative. Not pictured: Cindy Bidart, vice-president. 545 1 3 6 The Voice trundles down Bridge in Block L's homecoming Hoat. , Q, ve 5 t g. , f. j iff Many members of Block L missed practically all of this year's home football games, not because they hate football, but because they were busy running the concession stand, raising money to help support the athletic program. Block L sponsored a dart throw at the Bucks Bazaar. Kerry doesn't know whether to throw the dart at the balloons or at lVlarianne. Wx "tw, V' 79+ Block L also participated in homecoming activities with a skit. 137 li B LLSHEET EWCO PETITIO FORSUN 1 Journalism club members are kneeling, Colleen lVlarty Alicia Davis. First row: Joe Buchan, Robyn Beaman Jenny Buchan, IVIarisa NlacNaIly, Janet Studebaker Second row: lVlr. Jeanney, advisor, Terri Clausen, Anna Gonzalez, Cindy Nlartinez, Jackie Chikami, Jackie lVlcDade, Jeannette Chikami, Teresa Willis. Sitting: Rolfe Schwartz, Tom Baumeister, Tony lVleadows, Kelly Kniep. The Buck's Bullsheet was originally planned as a sports newsletter, but it turned out that the only ones interested in sports were on the staff. So the staff revised the format to include all aspects of student life with the next issue. The student reaction was much more favorable and sales were highly successful. The student body of L.H.S. hopes they will stick with it next year. 38 n-5' PEP CL UB SHOUT , HULLER , A D F OLLERS l Pep club members are, kneeling, Kathy Neary, Cathy Martinez, Sandra Gonzales, Don Glasgow, Michele Robinson, Marta Lage, Lou Ann Johnson, Tammy Kelsey. Second row: Lenora Lyon, Karen Buckingham, Tristi Wood, Cindy Clarno, Cindy Martinez, Wendy Harmon, Genny Bevard, Shonda Gilchrist, Janet Valle, Tammy Santos, Theresa Robinson, Third row: Dawn Logan, Dan Mackie, Jim Glasgow, Gina Jenista, Debi Echevarria, Wendy Miller, Toni Lowe, Dona Henderson, Mike Guzman, Julie Warner, Steve Jenista, Jodi Baker. Fourth row: LeAnne Demattei, Bruce Frazier, Joni Clausen, Rhonda Beaman, Tonya Paris, Tauna Johnstone, Michelle Bidart, Anna Gonzalez, Karen Billingsley, Nanci Mason, Joyce Angus, Diane English, Sherri Angus, Melinda Holt. Fifth row: Colleen Holt, Denice Burrow,Betty Glinsmann, Joan Horton, Jamie Clarno, Teresa Bankofier, Monica Vesco, Jackie Chikami, Terry Clausen, Debbie Pearce, Itxaso Obieta, Mary Lee Baumeister, Shelly Reynolds. Sixth row: Dani Baum, Chris Tarter, Sarah Cole, Jeri Schwartz, Debbie Mentaberry, Shirley Mason, Mimi Richards, Alicia Davis, Jackie McDade, Bonny Roybal. Seventh row: Tracie Goodale, Betty Seward, Lisa Bell, Debra Newton, Janet Studebaker, Karina Crosby, Mr. Winans, Crystal Leon, Tim Chabot, Rory Upshaw, Marianne Bradley, Tony Meadows, Tim Robinson, and Joe Dufurrena. Ofhcers are Debbie Pearce, treasurer, Mr. Winans, advisor, Nanci Mason, secretary, Janet Studebaker, president, Karina Crosby, vice- president. Not pictured: Margaret Lau, student council representative. 139 140 BOYS' STATEAND GIRLS' STATE DELEGATES 1976-77 boys' state delegates: Fred Stewart, Steve Larragueta. Not pictured: Larry Wirthlin. 1976-77 girls' state delegates: Anita Mariluch, Marisa MacNelly, Not pictured: Tama Hay. Alternates: Lisa Thompson, Colleen Marty, and Melanie Dimick. W -'-use-:ra-'mise-Q W- L0 WR Y MUSICIANS A CHIE VE HIGH HONORS Lisa Thompson and Mike Bell were chosen to join the American Youth In Concert on a tour of Europe last summer. They visited Rome, Florence, Venice, Innsbruck, Geneva, Paris, London, and Amsterdam where they and other honored band students demonstrated their hne musicianship. District honor band delegates, first row: Debbie Shaw, Diane English, Lisa Thompson, Frances Horton, Itxaso Obieta. Second row: Mark Allen, Mike Bell, Rick Stokes, Allen Armstrong. District superior ratings in the solo and ensemble contest: Mark Allen, clarinet solo, Mark Allen, Frances Horton, Lisa Thompson, Debbie Shaw, and Shelly Poole, clarinet choir. if P0 WDER PUFF FOOTBALL The powder puff football game was a bigger success this year than last. After only a few days of practice, the girls suited up and were ready to go. The senior-freshman team scored a touchdown in the first quarter but missed the extra point. After a bad hrst half, the junior-sophomore team came back to score a touchdown 84 two extra points. The senior-frosh team put on a good fight but the junior-soph team managed to hold their ground til the end for a hard won victory. This was the first girls' football game played under our schooI's new lights. All the girls worked hard and had a really good time. 141 ANITA REI GN S 0 VER STEVE 62 ANITA BRENT KAREN BASKET BA LL HOME- COMING CHAD JO YCE 2 2 I E , A . ,, .M L , ,,,,, V . mfr' ,, .fm 'A-f , M ,,,,.i,w-.w f lf," , , ., 4 . 55. .X I V -' ,, ,Ji .,,.. ' 1 . ,V', . 5 fl! .ff if , ,.., ,,.,A 'L PM A , ,. J., W . ,. , , H. W.. UW, - .- f iii? J , 1-14 . f f ' -riggzii : J':::i,, ' ,' ,wg ff., 27, 'nf H 2 rf I K 'f kff -v I ., fu 7 gf' a 1 I 5 K I . Q? A if . 1 M, 1A : , A.:,, , mfzifwb sz..mf'111 1 5 5 5 f , in 4 1. F A f e A 1 Pi in " 5 LT ' r 4 1 5 , 1- ,W Q A , Y ' K M! 1.. 45 piifiixi ':" I4 - :if .,11 rv ' W ' 11 MJ' it W 14 FOOTBALL HOME - COMING Q UEEN AND HER COURT ' Y' E. Homecoming festivities took place in the week of October ll-15, 1976. Throughout the week, classes, clubs, and other school organizations ambitiously prepared for the parade, skit night, and big game. The skits all proved very enjoyable to a large crowd of Lowry fans. The queen's coronation is always a highlight ofthe night. Last year's homecoming queen Loretta Vesco crowned Tama Hay as the 1976 homecoming queen. Following the skits, was the snake dance which began at the courthouse and ended at Nixon park. This exciting week, so full of total school spirit paid off well the next night under the new lights when the Buckaroos took on the White Pine Bobcats and creamed them 66-0. The 1976 football homecoming was undoubtedly one of the very best for Lowry. 145 The cheerleaders, led by lVlelba, took nrst place at the Homecoming skits. Dastardly Kurt Kracaw threatens the lite of Cindy Bidart in the Honor Society skit. 12nd place? and lVlark Upshaw iTarzanJ and Tammy Loveland Uanel sing and swing for the senior class. 43rd place? l TT ' ,- 1 5 ,T i7 I T T E .lr-lil This year, the seniors were awarded first place for their Hoat uSneak-er iround the Bobcats." This is undoubtedly the best fioat constructed in the history of Lowry High and the Winnada staff would like to congratulate the seniors for their outstanding job. The freshmen came in second with their USkin the Bobcats" fioat Juniors were awarded 3rd with uRound-up the Bobcats" CNot pictured is the sophomore fioat which came in last.J fn i -.30 'Q' C f - T 56:7 TT . '- V g ,A A . on . T W 1 iiii T - , w w qi- T is T'.4e-TTs"x3'4s'Af:t was T T if P ing s 1 - i aeevi atfge it at 6 ni .N ig WM , aku-u.4 , 3 'W-yawsq 1 I 'W-ima N H, ,am ,, T.-A Q 5.11, get VX Q-ffza-.vfcey J x J F 1 'il T.. A-W , X 1, Q 1 if it- , .T , N. . N4 r, Y ,.,., ' tj O 45 'fa 3 , v- .5 ' ' as f S 1.5 t in Y i ' . 1 ' 5" 1- fi ' 7 i .V i , W ' T Hfa:'zf. it R 'tr . L52-BEL' i 1 ii, A., iii: A T, xg, T . A 9 .t, A - T. sqgiizqg bww, . v Y 1' if ' ef' 4331, t Vi- T ' 'Q it ali- .. 4 . T I. V V an T -441551 3: " 1 ' -- ' -ke 5- N' - 'ig ' ' ' 121 . 1 T T, T- w ,, lg :hw Q. 1 si- x 3 4 ...Z fx TT ' 44 ' " H' ' 1- 1. 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" ' " " TQ' vm S -2 I A N 4 -it ""'r,J,'x 5 4 9 i W M f Q5 ff 'X STUDENT LIFE alldi ft W X 'Qirxfr 4 x3X'lNlXi" "" za A umnlgbllf ,M I ' ,nffa gi,-552 HONOR SOCIETY IND UCT EES New Honor Society Members are, hrst row: Suzanne Pentz, David Elizondo, Mickey Bidart, Donna Harmon, Suzanne Nendick. Second row: Itxaso Obieta, Denise Michelson, Joyce Burkholder, Monica Vesco, Jeannette Chikami, Mary Bowen, Julie Tipton. Third row: Frances Horton, Debbie Pearce, Darlene Clausen Teresa Bankoher, Lisa Bell, Joe Buchan, Miguel Gomez. VA LEDI C T ORIAN AND CO-SAL UTA T ORIANS Chosen as Valedictorian for the Senior Class of 1977 is Colleen Marty. Co- salutatorians are Cindy Bidart and Linda Dunaway. l LION'S 1 CL UB SPEECH CON T ES TANT S This year's Lions' Club Speech Contestants 1, were Mary Bowen, Kurt Kracaw, lscs i Jeannette Chikami, and Dede Conn. All four of these individuals gave excellent 3 speeches, however Mary Bowen was . awarded hrst place again this year. 148 Aren't we lucky it arrived on time - rignt after the season?! Uv I one! Dummy! Steal a round one, not a Hat K 1' f QW fi X , Rf ' ff 1' 'N W GI Jim? Hmm, she's 92-62-92. That's in metric, of course. 149 ggi? E i 6 hifi-, my b,,, Ring Around the Collar! Alright Schellin, we-'ve heard enough! 1 - 1 Sif z-1- -- 17138 K7 I say, has anyone seen a female cockadoo? Say it again and I'II knock your lips ofT! 150 Mug' . kfrvwn A Just because my absence slip is signed 'Sheri's motI'1er'doesn't Gone fishing? mean Iforged it. i, .. t ,xx -E , I I s semi, f' 'gg' ,Li 16-53 '- , nf I ' I can't get up because my two front buttons are missing. ummm, ,I ,W M ef cf" ,P What I won't do for a basket. KKBC keeps us alive. 151 v Q-x I shouIdr1't have gotten up this morning. A---x 2 3 1 532425 'ma 152 HI!!! V L 3 K -..rf1+fm , - ' X, Y, X, Nlr. 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" ' f , , my Eff we zlfislin w .af , , ., , ,, fl i k l,,. 1, .. ,, V 174 INDEX Acorda, Dennis 1O,118,119,134, 135 Acree, Steve 47,121 Aguilera, Rosie 55 Alexander, Kathy 10 Alexander, Thomas 47,9O,11O, 111,112,113 Alger, Jon 55 Allen, Marcel 55,56,85,113 Allen, Mark 1o,1oo,1o1,11o,111, 112,113,114,116,14O,174 Allen, Tassea 4,47,72 Andress, Clyde 68,116 Angus, John 47,118,119 Angus, Joyce 39,100,122,124, 136,139 Angus, Sherri 55,135,139 Arana, Joe 74 Aranguena, David 4,39,78,126, 127,131 Arcinlega, Casey 55,57,92,122 Armstrong, Allen 47,11O,111, 112,113,140 Armstrong, Debbie 10,30 Armstrong, Janet 55,93,141 Armstrong, Rodney 55,78 Asay, Sherry 55,141 Asher, Joy 10,32 Atwell, Donald 10,131 Austin, Chuck 4,131 Autrey, James 55,78,92,11O,11l, 113 Ayer, Jim 47,72 Ayer, Linda 11,35,122,132 Ayer, Myrl 55 Aylesworth, Irene 55 Baker, Jodi 47,93,94,139 Baker, Karl 55,85,11o,111,113 Bankoner, Ronald 4,39,77,88, 89,114,116,117,120,121,122, 151 Bankofler, Teresa 4,46,47,122, 124,125,130,139,143,148,153 Barr, Annie 129 Barrenechea, Martin 11,174 Barry, Mike 39 Basson, Bill 39 Baum, Curtis 47,11O,111,113 Baum, Dani 55,108,109,118,130, 133,139,141 Baum, Wallace 47,5O,85 Baumeister, Mary 47,116,122, 124,139,141 Baumeister, Tammy 2,38,39,44, 122,124,l25,136,151 Baumeister, Tommy 4,39,42,78, 9O,122,123,124,125,138 Beaman, Rhonda 55,141 Beaman, Robyn 4,47,138,139,141 Beaman, Tony 47 Beck, Patricia 11,28,34,100, 116 Beedles, Patty 11,33,136,141 Begay, Hubert 11 Begay, Jasper 2,55 Bell, Dave 66 Bell, Lisa 4,47,82,83,96,97, 11O,111,113,124,139,148,150 Bell, Mike 39,78,110,111,112, 113,12e,131,14o Betz, Kurtis 55 Bevard, Genevieve 47,124,139 Bevard, Tammy 11,141 Bidart, Cindy 12,28,3O,33,80, 82,83,114,115,117,125,130, 141,143,144,145,146,148,1e6 Bidart, Michelle 46,47,48,82, 83,102,103,104,1l4,116,124, 125,126,127,139,146,148,149 150 Billinglsey, Karen 54,56,59, 98,108,109,130,139 Billingsley, Tim 12,28,30,32, 76,79,84,87,120,121,145,166 Bisset, Shelly 39,122 Blaylock, Larry 39,76,120 Boggio, George 4,48,125,171 Bosch, Lee 56,90,91 Botkin, Joe 56,78,110,111 Botkin, Liz 4,39,100,116,122, 123,124,126 Bowen, Mary 12,33,148 Bradley, Marianne 39,93,122, 123,132,136,137,139 Brinkerhoff, Diana 2,12,30 Brown, David 4,39,81 Brown, Eugene 56,81,84 Brown, Katharina 68,72 Buchan, Jennie 4,48,126,127, 138,141,143 Buchan, Joe 40,42,50,78,79,92, 114,122,124,125,138,148 Buckingham, Karen 46,48,139 Bullock, Bonnie 12,34,110,111, 112 Burkholder, Joyce 2,40,100, 124,148 Burrow, Denice 48,82,124,139 Burrows, Kenneth 56 Butcher, Sibyl 68,100,101 Cannon, David 48,72,78,79,118, 110,131,135 Carter, Kelly 48 Casalez, Bryan 56,85,112,113 Casalez, Michael 46,131 Cassinelli, Bob 4,12,76,120, 134,135 Cator, Marilynn 56 Caumiant, Julie 13 Chabot, Tim 56,135,139 Chavez, Lupe 48 Chikami, Jackie 46,48,103,104, 122,138,139,141,174 Chikami, Jeannette 2,40,96, 105,106,107,136,138,141,148 Chipp, Tom 31,40 Clark, Jeffrey 48,78 Clark, Wayne 110,111,112,113, 129 Clarno, Bobby 48,131 Clarno, Cindy 55,56,62,72,118, 132,133,139,146 Clarno, Jamie 48,118,132,135, 139,141 Clausen, Darlene 40,100,124, 148,152 Clausen, Jeanette 66 Clausen, Joni 56,93,98,139 Clausen, Terri 48,100,102,103, 105,124,125,138,139 Clelland, Bryan 13 Clelland, Kay 40,98,122 Cole, Sarah 56,62,80,108,139 Conn, Dede 148 Costa, Michel 69,124,171 Couch, Steve 13 Cox, Jesse 56 Cox, Linda 13 Cox, Sandy 4,13,48 Coyle, Hylari 13 Crosby, Chad 4,13,31,36,77,88, 89,142,143 Crosby, Karina 4,47,48,111, 126,139 Cross, Audie 48,118 Cuddeback, Sandi 48,110,111 Culley, Sharlene 56 Cuyler, Michelle 56,129 Dalgliesh, Laura 56 Davidson, Alex 56,78,85,110, 11,113 Davis, Alan 56,78,85 Davis, Alicia 40,110,122,124, 138,139 Davis, Donna 14,28,34,122 Davis, Patricia 56 Day, Robert 56 DeArrieta, Joe 67,102,155 DeChambeau, Jon 40,88,120,122, 123,153 Delaney, Bruce 4,14,77,120,121 DeMattei, Leanne 56,93,139 Denny, Denise 48,129 Dick, Kevin 56 Dimick, Melanie 14,29,100,101, 11O,111,112,113,116,140 Dolan, Alice 74 Dotson, Mark 56 Dufurrena, Hank 14,76,84,86, 87,1l8,119,131 Dufurrena, Joe 14,29,118,134, 135,139,143,15l,l54 Dugger, Karen 40,80,102,104, 106,107 Dunaway, Linda 2,14,28,31,35, 93,95,100,114,115,116,148, 154 Dwyer, J eff 69,7O,78,92 Echevarria, Debbie 54,55,56, 108,109,123,139 Echevarria, Lori 69,97,98,150 Echevarria, Mary Ann 74 Elfring, Joni 40,141 Elfring, Mark 56,118,135 Elges, Debbie 48 Elges, Gary 49 Elizondo, David 42,46,49,78, 121,148 Ellifritz, Mary 2,l5,154 Ellifritz, Mike 40,131,135 Ellifritz, Rory 49,78 Ellifritz, Shannon 56 Ellison, Susan 40 Engeler, Connie 15,31 English, Diana 15,29,33,93,100, 101,110,111,112,113,136,139, 140 Erquiaga, Mike 56,92 Evans, Kathy 15 Evans, Roy 57 Falen, Cindy 4O,93,98 Fernandez, Carmen 57 Fernandez, Ramon 49 Findley, Leisa 69,72 Forgnone, Karen 166 Foster, Grant 49,110,111,112, 113 Frazier, Bruce 57,135,139 Frazier, Cheryl 55,57,82,135, 167 Freshour, Kelli 57 Fullenwider, Jan 57,135 Gabica, Frank 58,172 Gallardo, Juanita 58 Gallardo, Miguel 58 Garijo, Myrna 82 Gastelecutto, Robert 40,118, 135 George, Charlene 122,136 George, Tom 68,102,135 Gerhart, John 49,88 Giacometto, Robert 15 Gibbons, Loyal 4,49,56 Gibbons, Ronda 2,15,122,144, 145 Gilchrist, Shonda 40,94,122, 132,139 Glasgow, Donald 40,42,118,135, 139 Glasgow, James 58,135,139,146 Glinsmann, Betty 58,82,83,139, 141 Glinsmann, Robert 40 Golliher, Dawn 49,108,109,110, 111,113 Gomez, Miguel 16,35,73,128,148 Gonzales, Sandra 58,129 Gonzalez, Anna 4,49,100,122, 138,139 Gonzalez, Bret 49,88,89,12O, 121,127 Goodale, Todd 4,16,76,84,87, 112,120 Goodale, Tracie 4,49,110,111, 130,139 Gough, Mark 58 Gough, Michael 58 Grady, Tim 49,81 Graham, Kathy 41 Grantham, Rick 57,58,78,92 Guerrero, Victor 58,171 Guzman, Mike 49,131,139 Haf1ich, Debbie 41 Haley, Arnie 4,41,122,124,l30 Hall, Will 58,118,135 Hammond, Tom 58,85,135 Hammons, Andrea 4,41 Hammons, Jeff 58 Hansen, Monty 58 Hanssen, Allan 57,58 Hardgrave, Myron 58 Harmon, Donna 41,100,124,148 Harmon, Mike 59,7892 Harmon, Wendy 59,93,139,141 Harris, Tony 41 Hatch, Debbie 41,80,130 Hatch, Mike 16,131 Hawkins, Robert 59 Hay, Tama 16,28,31,32,34,36, 100,101,102,103,104,114,115, 116,144,145,146 Henderson, Billie 41,43,72, 122,124,126,127 Henderson, Carol 16,35 Henderson, Darrell 41 Henderson, Dona 4,41,122,132, 139 Herrera, Debbie 59 Herrera, Edward 16,34 Hetrick, Jerry 42,78,126 Hetrick, Sharon 49 Higley, Charles 91 Higley, Dani 59 Higley, Greg 17 Hill, Beverly 59 Hillyer, Bill 17,84 Hodge, Darlene 42 Holt, Colleen 50,124,139 Holt, Jerry 59 Holt, Melinda 59,139 Hooft, William 66,167 Hornbarger, Karl 59,92 Horton, Frances 17,30,34,100, 101,110,111,112,113,140,148 Horton, Joan 59,129,133 Howe, Zane 42,114,131,135 Huber, Jude 17,30,36 Hummel, Darren 17 Hummel, Ken 50 Hummel, Mark 57,59 Huntsman, Hal 56,59,110,111, 112,113 Inman, Juanita 50,110,111,135 Jarmin, Mary 50,72,129 Jarvis, Curtis 2,17,112 Jeanney, Bill 68,76,138 Jenista 139 Jenista , Gina 55,58,59,l08,123, Steven 50,139 Jenkinsl, Russell 18,128 Jenkins, Tina 59,141 Jensen, Jensen, Benny 59 Billy 50 Johnson, David 59 Johnson, Jeff 4,42,78,79 Johnson, Jerry 60 Johnson, Louann 60,129,139 Johnson, Vern 60 Johnston, John 42,131 Johnstone, Sam 50,120,121 Johnstone, Tauna 60,80,82,83, 108,139 Jones, Don 66 Jurado, Gabriel 50,81,121,131 Jurado, Josie 42,100,124 Kearns, Charles 60,110,111,113 Kearns, Debra 2,18,33 Kearns, Mark 60,85 Kearns, Sharon 18,33 Keeney, Roberta 50,110,111,113 Keller, 113 Kirby 50,110,111,112, Kelly, Louis 50,90,91 Kelsey, Tammy 60,139,141 Kenison, Todd 42,78 Kerr, Paul 2,60,85,135 Klauman, Susan 55,60,135 Kniep, Kelly 49,50,78,90,124, 125,138,15O,171 Knight, Bill 68 Kofford, Lori 60,109,129,132 Kracaw, Kurt 18,31,84,86,114, l15,116,12O,121,145,148,166 Kracaw, Scott 38,42,84,116,120 Lage, J ohn 18,110,111 Lage, Marta 60,129,132,139 Lambert, Gary 18,29 Lane, Renae 60 Larragueta, Steve 7,19,31,36, 73,88,114,116,120,121,142,143, 146,151 Larsen, Cheryl 60,108 Lasa, J Lau, M eanne 66 argaret 42,44,124,126, 127,129 Lau, Stan 5O,78,84,87,121,135 Lawre n Leavitt, Lee, All ce, Mary Ann 42 Patricia 50 en 19,32,120,121,151 Legarza, Donna 67 Legarza, Mitch l9,31,32,77,84, 87,114,145,172 Leon, Crystal 60,139 Lighthouse, Rodd 54,60 Lilje, Melissa 19 Lloid, Mike 61,90 Locke, Kyle 61 Logan, Dana 61 Logan, Dawn 51,139 Logan, Tracy 42,118,122,135 Lopes, Steve 54,61,78,85 Loveland, Tammy 19,146 Lowe, Toni 54,61,62,98,108,139 Lowney, Michael 42 Lyon, Lenora 61,139 175 McDade, Jacqueline 51,108,138, 139,141 McDermett, Ty 51,135 McDonald, Rick 51 McGill, Rulan 8,68,72 McKenna, Leslee 19 McKinney, Allan 61,78 McKinney, Devron 20 MacNelly, Marisa 2,20,35,101, 116,117,13s,14o Mackey, Daniel 51,139 Maestrejuan, Frank 4,20,29,76, 8a,12o,121,144,145,15o,152, 155 Maestrejuan, Tobin 4,20,30,77, 88,89,120,121,126,127 Maney, Mark 57,61,174 Manor, Dale 42 Marcinik, Jeff 42,81 Marcinik, Joe 20 Marcuerquiaga, Brent 20,76,79, 88,89,120,142,145,149,160 Mariluch, Anita 7,21,28,31,33, 100,114,115,116,117,124,125, 140,142,143 Markus, Ralph 69,128 Martinez, Cathy 61,129,132,139 Martinez, Cindy 51,124,125, 138,139 Martinez, Guadalupe 51,93,124 Martinez, Janiece 21 Marty, Colleen 21,28,31,35,93, 95,116,117,138,14o,141,14e Mason, Nancy 54,61,98,108,130, 139 Mason, Shirley 42,96,102,103, 104,106,107,116,122,136,137, 139,141 Meadows, Hoyt 61,81 Meadows, Tony 51,138,139,153 Measel, Verna 61,129 Mendiola, Karen 21,29,36,80, 102,1o3,1o5,117,121,141,142, 143,145,146,155 Mentaberry, Dale 4,21,77,79, 121 Mentaberry, Debra 42,96,97, 104,106,107,121,136,139,146 Meyers, Chris 21,32,77,131 Michelson, Denise 4,51,73,93, 96,97,148 Miller, Elizabeth 51 Miller, Wendi 61,108,139 Mobley, Cynthia 55,61,118,135 Mobley, Ronald 42,43,118,135 Monarrez, Cristina 4,51,122, 124 Montero, Lisa 22,30,166 Moore, John 22,31 Moore, Stuart 4,43,90,120,121, 122 Moravec, Bobbi 22 Moravec, Eddie 4,43 Morgan, Gwynn 69 Morris, Lori 43 MOrris, Teri 48,51 Morrison, Melaney 51,132,133 Morton, David 5,22 Morton, Ricky 61,62,110,111, 113 Mosley, James 74 Muldoon, Betty 61 Muldoon, James 61 Mullins, Carolyn 51,122,132 Murillo, Edna 62,132 Murillo, Sonia 62,108,109,132 Myers, Arlene 69,116,166 Nachiondo, John 51 176 Nash, Barbara 62 Neary, Kathleen 62,98,139,141 Nelson, Pauline 69,73 Nendick, Suzanne 22,148 Newton, Debra 51,52,11O,111, 112,113,135,139,152 Norcutt, Rick 4,43,78,84,86 Norcutt, Terry 4,22,77,131 Norgaard, Suzanne 62 Obieta, Itxaso 51,82,98,110, 111,113,124,125,136,139,14O, 148 Olsen, Craig 4,43 Olsen, Peggy 23,24 Olsen, Stephen 51,90,91 Owens, Theresa 43,96,124,125, 136,137,141 Ott, Brenda 52 Oxborrow, Frank 70,71 Palmer, Lawrence 4,52 Paris, Bert 23,30,36,134,135 Paris, Craig 43,121,126 Paris, Tonya 73,98,139 Pearce, Debra 43,139,148 Pedrojetti, Joe 70,76,87,102 Pentz, Suzanne 43,148 Perkes, Lynn 78 Phillips, Cynthia 5,23 Plumb, Daniel 62 Plumb, Denise 62 Plumb, Ray 43 Plumb, Tim 52 Poche, Kim 43,110,111,141 Poole, Shelly 23,11O,111,126, 140 Porter, James 67,102,115,151 Prather, Donald 43,131 Quilici, Linda 23,35,95,141 Reed, Sabrina 52,53 Reeves, Kerry 44,137 Reynolds, Shelly 62,139 Rheault, David 62,85 Rheault, Robert 62 Rheault, Tami 43,44 Richards, Anthony 54,62,92, 114,118,135 Richards, Mimi 2,38,44,100, 102,103,105,109,114,116,124 125,139,174 Richardson, Suzell 44,122,136 Riggs, Kimball 131 Ringheimer, Letty 4,52,124, 125,130,141 Ringheimer, Rick 3,23,29,76, 84,87,120,121,144,145,153, 154 Roach, Brian 52,78 Robinson, Michele 62,132,133, 139 Robinson, Theresa 62,109,129, 133,139 Robinson, Tim 44,78,79,120, 122,124,139 Rorex, Susan 29,70,73,93,143 Rose, Allen 62 Rosevear, Andy 24,33 Ross, Debbie 24,34 Ross, Joe 62,118,131,135 Roth, Pam 70,72 Roush, Gordon 24 Roux, Bonny 24,34,100,101,' 11O,111,112,113,139 Roybal, Kenneth 57,62,78,85 Salas, Ruben 63,78,85 Salas, Rudy 44,76,79,88 Salmi, Jim 70,81 Sander, Daniel 52 Sant, Valerie 52,53,129 Santos, Tammie 63,109,110,111, 113,129,132,133,139 Schellin, Mike 71,76,102,15O Schofield, Dennis 63 Schofield, Rick 24 Schultz, Robin 24,120,121 Schultz, Rodney 57,63 Schunke, Debra 52 Schwartz, Jeri 2,38,44,45,96, 97,102,103,104,107,116,136, 139,141 Schwartz, Lyman 66 Schwartz, Rolfe 4,46,51,52,78, 90,91,124,125,138,168 Scott, Nolan 63,109,152 Scott, Robert 66 Scott, Warren 66 Seals, Allen 42,44,78,122 Seals, Sam 25 Seward, Betty 4,52,73,93,95, 96,136,137,139,171 Shaw, Cheryl 44 Shaw, Deborah 52,110,111,113, 140 Shaw, Kim 25 Shroyer, Odette 63,129 Simpson, Phil 25 Slover, Rick 25,35,155 Smith, Chuck 63,81,92 Smith, Peggy 25,33,122,132 Spero, Marge 74 STancil, Kathy 52 Standlee, Tena 44 Stakr, Bill 71,73 Steinshouer, Edward 44 Stephenson, Donald 63 Stewart, Fred 4,25,77,117,120, 135,140 Stewart, Tina 53,110,111,135, 141 , Stock, Shana 39,44,93,1oo,136 Stoker, Don 66 Stoker, Lori 48,53,130 Stokes, Michael 63,140 Stokes, Rick 53,90,11O,111, 112,113 Stuart, Douglas 44,78,85,110, 111,l13,124,125 Stuart, Michael 5,26,45,77,e4, 87,120 Studebaker, Janet 46,97,98,126, 127,136,138,139,141 Swanson, Sharon 44,122,124,136, 151 Swecker, Steve 71,80,90,174 Sweeney, Cheryl 26,34 Sweeney, Verna 55,63 Swett, Alan 44 Swett, Alfred 53,149 Swett, Larry 63 Tarter, Chris 4,53,93,94,98, 122,123,136,137,139 Taylor, Doyle 63 Taylor, Inez 66 Taylor, Troy 63,81 Temres, Tony 26,35,128 Thiede, Bert 63,135 Thompson, Cheryl 53 Thompson, Dan 45 Thompson, Lisa 26,35,100,101, 11O,111,112,113,116,140,174 Thompson, Mike 26,77 Tipton, Julie 45,93,95,97,122, 136,148 Toland, Mark 131,135 Trakas, Cynthia 26 Trakas, Linda 45,136 Triszczuk, Mary 27,126,129 Trujillo, Loretta 27,34,110, 111,112,1l3,152 Turner, Ray 2,45,86 Upshaw, Mark 27,76,114,120, 121,143,146 Upshaw, Rory 45,78,9O,131,139, 174 Urban, Al 4,78 Urban, Jody 5,45 Valle, Janet 98,122,139,141 Vaughn, Stephanie 146 Vaughn, Teresa 122,134,135 Venable, Thomas 45,85 Vesco, Monica 46,53,103,104, 121,122,l39,148 Vesco, Vance 38,45,119,134,135 Vetter, Eric 78,92 Vetter, Joyce 27,29,3s,96,136, 137,142,154 Visger, James 42,45,88,89,120 Viss, Troy 53 Wade, Suzanne 71 Walters, Kim 135 Walther, Raymond 27,131 Warner, Julie 45,130,139 Warner, Stuart 53,88 Weber, Jake 92 Weber, Valerie 67 Weston, Roger 118,135 Widdison, Jodie 27 Willer, Ted 45,88,89,120,121 Williams, Jon 45 Willis, Teresa 4,38,41,45,100, 112,114,13O,138 winans, Mark 71,88,103,139, 155,174 Winkler, Mary 53 Wirthlin, Dennis 4,53,90,91 Wirthlin, Larry 28,30,34,122 Wolicki, Michell 53,133 Wood, Tristi 110,111,113,139, 141 Woolfolk, Sheri 118,135 York, Jeff 118,119 York, Lisa 41,45,11O,122,124, 126,127,174 York, Renae 28,32,34,100,122, 124 Yrueta, Mary 66 Yzaguirre, Claudio 74 Zawaski, Deed ra 45,122,136 s-227 w 1 w x w W 1 1 1 w I 1 r'S-4 K we :A '-f Wk' B r ' Q E 4 x d . 1 I x , 5 AO f A HE., 'wtf'


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