Alhambra High School - Fortress Yearbook (Phoenix, AZ)

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CUNNINGHAM, Advisor VGIUHIG Phoenix, Arizona r 7 W A N Q CONTENTS Pass Time 10 Student Life Recognition Time 42 Honors Overtime 60 sports Together Time 100 Clubs Class Time 126 Academics People Time 156 Cla sses INTRODUCTION 3 As TIME changed, so did every- thing around us. The school year started out as 1977, the beginning of high school for some, the final stage for others. Football season started the year with pep assemblies, games, dances, and the crowning of a new Homecoming King and Queen. Lion spirit was encouraged through- out the year not only in sports but in school sponsored projects such as plays, concerts, dinners, and club sales. ll Il f 23, . 4 INTRODUCTION F F sS35mW ,,., 115.-1 , M. f , !'IAtwwm!!Wi1W M" ,, ,JK X an 555 1 ':H:,1,'i2'1F , , ,Wu ,,,w,N' I i,, -Q5 9 'ww INTRODUCTION in 6 INTRODUCTION L - f 1 r ,fxxlky A rl 1. li K . . 3 fi . , f J ' N f 4 2 J h 1 , 'p,, I of i lHm, i Q TIME changed us an our en' I i I 'Q A la ronment, allowing growth toward 5 f . individuality and improvement. 2 if x ' - Goals were set and relied upon, r 'Y V U f helping to give students confidenc X I,-XXX., V L 2 f and the chance for advancemelg? i Q Plans were made to sort out our g ' ilgtgllisirand put them in some X K ' u i i MW 'af . l E VN INTRODUCTION 7 N w Y 1... ...,, ,WML sw,- . A . ' ww f sl 5 if q if 1 TIME changed to 1978, bringing graduation a little closer. Friends were made throughout high school and gave us memories that can never be forgotten. 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' EEEEE PASS TI UJALQJQQJUXN- JUmxk all-vuJiJ duldJOx1 . ,mwah QgLAkyDTMJx R. , A xX '7 Al 6-'L 77-78 HOMECOMING NOMINEHS-FRON'l' ROW: M. Bahr. M. Jor- Mabry, R. Ohton. M. tPetel Owens. W. Olsker. l.. llandleman. M. genson, K. Kelly, H. Kriepel, B. Larsen. H. Lopez. J, Nevins. J. Patter- Riccitelli, P. Riccitelli. -l. Umland. Pete Owens is standing in for Matt. son, D. Trujillo, J. Varner. BACK HOW: S. Bratcher, J. Daniels. D. ovie themes debut at Homecoming This year's Homecoming theme was "Friday Night at the Moviesf' A week of fun-filled activities took place, climaxing with Homecoming game against Carl Hayden, which Alhambra Won. During the week each day had a different theme such as, "Willie Wonka and the Chocolate Factory," "Alice In Wonderland," and "Walt Disneyf, During the lunch hours lots of games and activities were held. The slave sale this year, set the overall record in proceeds. The highest amount, forty-one dollars, went for David Ohton. The purchaser was Teri Bible. All the classes sponsored floats this year: freshmen and sophomores "Willie Wonka and the Chocolate Factoryf, juniors, 'The King and I" and seniors, "The Wizard of Ozf' The Key Club also made a float called t'Alice in Wonderland? Homecoming King and Queen were Matt Owens and Jan Varner. Pete, Matt's brother, stood in for Matt during halftime ceremonies. . J! hm4vIK'l' Kathy Kelly portrays "Dorothy" on the Senior float, "Wizard ol' Oz." HOMECOMING NOMINEES 13 -gr fr , ' 14 HOMECOMING ACTIVITIES Page 14-TOP: lliccitelli,Ohton, and"Bosom Buddies" display "Extras" at assembly. BOTTOM-l,HF'l': Coach Culbertson shows AHS spirit at Slave Sale, MlDlJl,E RIGHT: ll. Umland "Helps" Pie Contest con- testant. BOTTOM RIGHT: Varsity players have a suspenstul moment during game. Page 15-TOP l,l'lFT: Carl Hayclen's falcon "FREDDY" dances with Alhambra's "LION" MIIJDLE: Tammy Kowacz whispers secrets to t'Mickey Mouse." BOTTOM: Mike Riccitelli and Marie Jorgenson walk happily down the aisle after being named second and third at.- tendants for Homecoming. These are pictures of the activities that took place during Homecoming week. HOMECOMING ACTIVITIES 15 Porn, Cheer bring home Spirit Stick Varsity Cheer was led this year by Captains Jean Patterson and Marie Jorgenson. Pom was headed by Barb Larsen and Co-Captain Julie Nevins. They helped cheer and 'dance the teams to many vic- tories through the year. While at Kachina Camp, the girls "did us up proud" by bringing home many awards. The novelty dance award was one among others that the Poms' brought home. Both groups brought home the Spirit Stick this year. Mrs. Harris was the Pom and Cheer advisor this year and she was regarded highly among the girls. During the year, both groups contributed and boosted Alham- bra's spirit by holding many pep assemblies. To go to Kachina Camp in the summer, they held bake sales, car washes, and other fund raising activities. VARSITY CHEER-TOP TO BOTTOM: Leasa DuVal1, Jean Patterson-Captain, Joni Austin, Marie Jorgensen-Captain, Merry Cid, Karen Meyers, Sandy Fisher, Helen Kreipel, 16 POM, CHEER POM LINE-TOP TO BOTTOM: Barb Larsen, Julie Nevins, Martha Bahr, Crystal Jaycox Terrie Weakley, Julie Bishop, Susan McGrady, Kristine Johnston, Tammy Kowacz, Julie Masters Julie Bishop, Terrie Weakley, and Martha Bahr perform at the fall sports pep assembly. l E Lions Roar when JV's cheer JV Cheer was led by captain Vir- ginia Gibbons and co-captain Kelly Hall. JV Cheer had a successful and eventful year. The girls on the team helped keep the Alhambra spirit go- ing by performing at pep assemblies, during lunch hours, and at JV games. They attended practices from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. everyday after school. During the summer, the girls went to Kachina Camp in Thatcher, Ari- zona, where they competed against other cheerleaders throughout the state. Although they brought home no special awards, all of Alhambra felt very proud of their performance then, and all throughout the year. Bake sales, car washes and other fund raising activities were held dur- ing the year to promote interest and earn money so that they will be able to attend Kachina camp in the sum- mer and there, represent Alhambra in a way that will combine skill, tal- ent and spirit. fr Valerie North helps make Lions really roar at the winter pep assembly. Players watch intently. JV CHEER: FRONT ROW: Kendyall Clifford. MIDDLE ROW: Laurie Ringler, Debbie Hartell, Virginia Gibbons-Captain. BACK ROW: Kelly Hall-Co-Captain, Valerie North. JV CHEER 17 If luv' M, x.W, ,.-aww-QM Julie Bishop performs with the Poms during a pep assembly before the football team went to divisionals. in -, nz I " I aff: , , if 3 25, f 734 ag? AW if I Sandy Fisher, Mike Riccitelli, Merry Cid, and Paul Riccitelli perform a cheer together during the Homecoming assembly. 18 POM Sz CHEER ACTION sq. il- Merry Cid, showing her AHS spirit, helps lead cheering during a foot- ball game. W'- fad. In order to raise Alhambra's spirit for Homecoming, the J.V. cheer- leaders lead an assembly in the quad during lunch hour. Mascots give spirit, jo through year Alhambra Mascots, Misty Cap- riotti, Julie Canez, and Lisa Davis led a busy and eventful year. Per- forming during assemblies, games, and other various activities, they led the students and faculty in funny, amusing stunts. Their hope was to instill school spirit and laughter in everyone that had a part of Alhambra. And they did a fine job this year. MASCOTS-Julie Canez, Lisa Davis, and Misty Capriotti. BELOW: Along with being full of school spirit and fun-loving, our mas- cots have a good, close relationship to each other and the teams. BOTTOM RIGHT: Alhambra's mascots are known for being extremely friendly with the students. gg' A M, J .:?,,g.w'1l,,: , g ly gi, 5-.gs ff, fi M pi, 5- 1 5 551 Q "n,xi'wr s p' N it Q . : Y- L' ,' ' f W My 4 fl' . V fi? I if ,,..- fi-X M3523 Q 2 A '1""fhiSi,i:iNfA'1g'7, '25 t W ini--245' Ziff 'df Y 51213 , f V, , .bg 5 A ' ir., t',, y.. s 'W' A . 'if ',V: . 1 I ' s, VYIV .Q ii' ' A ' I M ' 'gyy 5 1 Y ' 'X fav . .W - -.Q . M f, + Student Bod Officers lead AHS Student Government has had a big year. They are a group of stu- dents who represent the whole stu- dent body. They organize activities for the school, do service projects, and serve as leaders of the student body. Among other activities this year, Student Government sponsored Homecoming week, a sports dance, and did the Freshman Orientation. They participated in service proj- ects such as a Christmas party for the Upward Industries Foundation. A They also worked with retarded children in the ARCH program. One of the biggest and most dedicated projects this year that Student Government sponsored, was a ticket sale for a Suns basket- ball game. All of the profits from r-.. this project went to Matt Owens' family. if Jim Umland, student body president, dilligently sweeps up the remaining hay left after the home- coming activities in the quad. 2 l 5 E STUDENT BODY OFFICERS-BOTTOM ROW: Roxanne Lopez, Karla Paulmenn, Annette Zetterloff. TOP ROW: Jim Umland, Brian Gadberry. 20 STUDENT BODY ss K .Q F ryf' rm., lmlg ACTIVITIES COMMITTEE-FRONT ROW: C. Hernandez, D. Mabry, J. Bishop, M. Rojas, J. Baker, C. Sutton, E. Bjelfvenstam. SECOND ROW: G. Absher, B. Leonardo, B. Hodge, P. Warner, A. Mulvihill, I. Tiraboschi, T. Bryant. THIRD ROW: C. Reiger, K. Clifford, M. Scott, Roberta Haas and Carole Alcantar, Student Board Representatives, smile for the photographer. -s as WJ ur 'fa as QS, 1 ,+'j,..'- W . I ,. W- ,- 'jfilbfj 'X X M. Hergessel, T. Hughes. FOURTH ROW: P. McKenna, R. Haas, T. Kowacz, S. Bratcher, V. Komadino, E. Rizo, K. Roach, B. Cooper, D. Cooper, I. Kristensen,'S. Chung. BACK ROW: M. Connaroe, M. Ho- well, P. Riccitelli. A . Geraldine Quan works cheerfully throughout the year, carrying out her duties as the activity committee chairman. ACTIVITIES COMMITTEE 21 Comed Alhambra's beginning drama class students put on a Fall Festival of Comedy of two comical plays this year. The first of these plays, "Boeing- Boeingf' written by Marc Camoletti, was presented by the first hour dra- ma class. The story is about a young man who is engaged to three differ- ent stewardesses who have different flight schedules. The other play was "Come Blow Your Horn," by Niel Simon. This play is about a school-of-hard- knocks Jewish manufacturer whose older son turns playboy and whose younger son leaves home to follow his brothers way of life. The plays were presented on a three quarter round stage as regular performances with free assembly performances for the Freshman Communication classes. Robert CSteve Halladaj, is quite confused as Bernard tries to explain his complicated and quite unusual situation to him. 22 BOEING-BOEING festival a hit at AH Janet iTammy Clarkb, is relaxing before she has to catch a plane, while Bernard fEd McNallyJ, thinks of a way to get her out before Judith arrives. Bernard CEd McNallyl, explains his mixed up schedule to his housekeeper, Bertha fJeri Curtisj, who has to keep up with it and doesn't appreciate it. Alan fSkip Neeleyj, listens to his younger brother, Buddy fEd McNallyJ, tell of his grueling life living with his parents. Alan Baker, having a reputation for being a 'tlady's man," looks in his little book for a suitable date for his brother Buddy, who has absolutely no experience with girls. pJ4fssm11fHef Mr. Baker fMark McAlisterJ, expresses his feelings of Alan's immoral bachelor life and accuses him of influencing Buddy. m?l?f'iff2if1fill5Q-Q L2ETL5?-iSil?934???3f13l?5lfl2fsf o iiifiil A sfifi?B2end?3,Biadr3indfg1 lr,ijflmy,QQi1ie'B1tjvi1i'Ypq1i1Hog1jjgfZ4'fQ.Eiffq' figff B i Peggy?-syfiviyfi ilgfiqQSf?S41?f1f1?Ii11f3i1'ii?'l?'?' 9Bi1F1Sl3? fif!1 t 41, il ,L M175 Biikfirf ak- c. sligeiglifiarkzhlcisglistzer Coiinie 5 Q QQ 9, Q ,V . ,Bgli!.L1i.,Gifuzi,ZaifalaQi53 N-Eff-1iiB5ker -,iii Rslisilikizgfwief, Aeyiiilhfisilr if ?QQif H554 P ff?iflfwfiffiylMm?!'I yyll Diff4CiQfg3vlliDieSig1w?:n fg.QfF1giid frechfHiQ2fisDifewf lS1evee Hailtladafcflil B t Businesslmfiliffggiyif-in-f42 -yyo fg?l4LfZA1?ngiPriw?'fii B'?19QffiGsllM5Hag2fsy 3414214 tlgwafiiukffll All 51153 belwhtsege iwigtahfs 'lla ei y 'QQ73'?i A1Stl11Qurlidf2e919ic1HSSz5s ,Tfiiiiz1EfJll'Qif clsr 'ljiqjWflpihfwyfldliemsiblasgti o s'1'5Q?W5?SiQ1U6Df1b?KS11fi9 l111it11G1l1iiQ1211H?i9f1a1g SiTh?3?1P??+?lf50Q1?t5'ffLfiffffjffitfifzffifffiiaiilffffi COME BLOW YOUR HORN 23 Majorettes twirl with spirit Alhambra High School's major- ettes have had an exciting year. Along with their sponsor, Mr. Lebs, make up routines to perform for AHS students. The majorettes practice every day during fourth hour with the pep band. It is then that they put to- gether different routines which they perform at games. This year, the majorettes Worked on a special routine for halftime at the Homecoming game, in which they each performed with a unique kind of baton routine. RIGHT: Venus Meyers performs with a special round baton during half-time at the Homecoming game. BELOW: MAJOR- ETTES-Cathy Koch, Julie Nelson, and Venus Meyers. 24 MAJ ORETTES odern Modern Dance classes help the students to learn dance techniques, choreographic forms, and stage- craft to enable each member of the class to put on a full scale modern dance concert-one which includes solos, duets, and group dances. This year, the modern dance class is preparing a concert and other performances such as assemblies and open house. Alicia Kirkpatrick is the Head Choreographer with Lisa Valenti and Paige Banks as directors. "Hang In There Baby," is an award presented to the hardest working and most dedicated dancer. Achievement awards go to those who have performed in at least two performances and who attend at least forty percent of dance activi- ties in the valley each year. Dance plans concert Y IWQ, Yolanda Rendon and Cindy Lewis are showing one of the many difficult poses in modern dancing. FRONT ROW: Brenda Bradford, Yolanda Rendon, Alicia Kirkpatrick. Connie Mays. FOURTH ROW: Christy Bua, Julie Baker, Cindy Lewis, SECOND ROW: Maia Heltemes, Lisa Quaid, Beverly Grittman, Paige Banks, Tracy Boyd. BACK ROW: Katie Engstrong, Jon Ewaniuk, Kathy Koch. THIRD ROW: Kathleen lngersall, Barbra Nauratil, Marie Jorgensen. MODERN DANCE 25 as " hr Q. 5 F EI if i ' L if s g R , , .E X l CHORALETTES-FRONT ROW: M. Hardin, L. Spitler, S. Shapiro, sing, J. Auvil, D. Baker, C. Miller. BACK ROWBT. Clark, E. Sando- L. Fraser, L. Peterson, L. James, S. Monzingo, J. Rechter, K. Cole, val, K. Johnson, G. Gardner, J. Baldwin, P. Lopez, S. Clark, S. Voet S. Mewmeyer, L. Fox. SECOND ROW: Mr. Clifton, C. Cain, S. For- C. Moser, B. Stewart, B. Turley. man. L. Hankins, L. Nelson. B. Kido, L. Gardner, K. Clark, K. Schle- .wwwiu Q Choralette Liz Fox, gets excited while put- different commitees are assigned to do pos- -'-. ting up the March calender. During the year ters. Q6 CHORALETTES lr X 3 L H Choralettes Work hard, rate superior at Festival HA BELOW: Choralettes are practicing in their Choralette president, Loann Gardner, ls hour long dfflly rehearsal' seeing that the class knows what's going on. Choralettes, an all girls advanced chorus, had as their main objec- tives to become acquainted with all types of choral hterature, to inr prove choral preforniance, no pro- vide school and community with choral programs, tespecially during the Christmas seasonl, to partici- pate in choral festivals sponsored at the state universities, and to enhance and pronune the cuhural atutudes of the school and conr munity toward a higher status in music. Tlns year at the annual univer- sity festival, in competition with high schools from five other states in the south-west, the group re- ceived a superior rating, the high- est possible. Throughout the yean the guls held bake sales, car washes, and other activities to raise funds for the annual awards banquet at the end of the year. 3 1 if .5 F ll sl Sherry Voet fMIDDLEJ, Choralette vice- quet. David Petkiewicz contributes to the president, supervises one of many sales that cause. they have to raise funds for the annual ban- CHORALETTES 27 JROTC has a big year JROTC means Junior Reserve Of- JROTC has a lot of awards which presented with a trophy. ficer Training Corps. JROTC helps can be earned such as best dressed This year JROTC took an active to develop leadership, respect, and cadet and most improved cadet. part in the Pearl Harbor Commem- responsibility. The best drilled cadet of the year is oration Day ceremony. J .R.O.T.C. BOTTOM ROW: Charles Hicks, Doyle Sanders, Jerry Kel- Steve Pauley, Jon Miller. TOP ROW: Mary Forman, Nancy Reed, Phil- lum, Gene Lowrey. MIDDLE ROW: Richard Baez-Morales, Toni Lowe, lip Burleigh, Richard Pickett, Willie Hankins. in '31 , In J.R.O.T.C. BOTTOM ROW: John Giver, Melvin Wentzel, Jay Bethel, ten, James Jacobson. TOP ROW: James Bianchi, Donna Perkins, Alan Shirley Perkins. MIDDLE ROW: Randy Mercer, Jeff Lopez, Bill Pat- Coddington. 28 J ROTC ff Pxxxx, E293 J ROTC BOTTOM ROW: J. Reynolds, K. Holt, S. Holbert. SEC- FOURTH ROW: D. Raper, J. Chadwick, J. Derwin, D. Butler, R. Gar- OND ROW O Garcia D Thompson, C. Raper. THIRD ROW: V. Ma- cia, T. Presley, T. Taylor. TOP ROW: K. Pauley, M. Hertzog, I. Turn- sone J Webb R Smith T. Lansdale, P. Baca, T. Tarr, S. Bell. bull. F L 's k Q. L. 'F Km-es.. J R O T C BOTTOM ROW: Mike Lavender, Gloria McKenna. SEC- OND ROW Andy Gearaths Martin McKenstray, Freddy Ferguson, Rex JROTC BOTTOM ROW: Rick Bowlus, Alex Masone, Sgt. Gore, SECOND ROW Karen Lewis, Tom Sharp, Jeff Rager. THIRD ROW: 'K Bullard. THIRD ROW: Renee Whitecotten, Charles Young. TOP ROW: Greg Taylor, Joi Smith. James Callison, Tommy Cloeppel, Eddie Dopp, James Hernandez. TOP ROW: Todd Shangraw, Andy Witter, Duanne Jones, Walter Wilso. "Under Milkwood" gets good reviews! The first play performed at Al- live there. hambra this year was, "Under Milk- This play was a new experience wood." The story is of an old Welsh for Alhambra's drama department. fishing village and the people who The play uses no props or special Living in a world of dreams and correspondence, Myfancy Price QJenny H H Richterl and Mog Edwards iMark McA1isterJ never quite seem to make it into each other's arms. costumes. The actors did not play one character, but rather, several. Also included in the cast were two narrators. Mrs. Pugh QKelly Clarkl scowls at Mr. Pugh CSteve Halladal and in- sults his ego as he just cowers and cringes at her. Z 5 Captain Cat, tSteve Kramerl, left, is a lonely old man who runs a clock shop. Here, he tries to wind a stubborn old clock portrayed by Steve Hallada. 30 UNDER MILKWOOD CAST 'AUNDER MILKWOODN Characters: Gordon Absher Mischelle Ball Kelly Clark Steve Hallada Steve Kramer Laurie Nelson Jenny Richter Earl Zeller Narrators: Rick Lynch Ann Price Understudies: Mark McAlister Debbie Weisz "Charlie Brownv packs a full house! An ordinary day in the life. of Charlie Brown is full of disappoint- ments and humility. "You're A Good Man Charlie Brown," is a light- hearted, heart-warming musical Patty QKelly Clarkl, Linus fGordon Absherl, Lucy CJanet Baldwinl, Charlie Brown fEd McNallyJ, and Snoopy fTony Buaj, at Glee Club practice. taken from the Peanuts comic strip. The music, lyrics, and book by Clark Gesner. In just one day, Charlie Brown manages to wreck his kite, mess up l lf' 445' Lucy fJanet Baldwinl, pours her heart out to Schroeder CEarl Zellerl, with her dreams of their future marriage. a book report, and loses the baseball game. But, all in all, Charlie Brown has a good day when he finally realizes all the happiness there is to look forward to. The Baseball team, after alot of hard playing, looks on anxiously as Charlie Brown gets up to bat. Poor Charlie Brown has had a hara day. To top it all off, he just struck out. CHARLIE BROWN 31 Yearbook I hard Work + devotion This year's FORTRESS theme was "Time.l' And I think all of this year's staffers would agree that there Wasn't enough of it! To produce the FORTRESS takes a lot of cooperatkun devotnnn and plain hard Work. But, Mr. Cunning- hann advmon and IJnda1Hunddq editor, helped to take some of the grueling load off of our minds. Fortress photo editor, Randy Denofsky, cooperated with the other staffers to supply them with the photosthey needed. RIGHT: Linda Humble takes a break from her work to smile for the camera. She has done a great job helping staffers as yearbook editor this year. BELOW: Randy Denofsky, photo editor, is interupted from a day-dream to get his picture taken. BELOW RIGHT: Mr. Cunningham, yearbook advisor, helps staffers organize the yearbook and helps Linda edit the yearbook. , .mf yuan!! ,.,.f-f-at 32 YEARBOOK I w e 2 5 4 . . .y. , .W ,,,. ,,,,,,,, VVKV ,, ,,.,,, ,W K , , ,., f wwwmwwwiesly-f,.f'-1 -M ' ,y f ..,nf""" 3 'Q 'mmf' H ,V,, W ,,., W,,, it ,kL,,. . ,,, .,,. I, X. 'R 6 M ff , , Vww, lm eQ,9z it ..:A, 3 4? Ggigx We P ,Vs es:-5139, 23 ' , .. ':.4rhS!i,. g 'EMM 51" '- F ,Qs-N, N? 6- - 'ij' -r... . TOP ROW: QL-RJ Kim Gillen, Freshmen, Clubs editor, Christie Blackshire, Sopho- mores, Activities editor, Carole Alcantar, Juniors. SECOND ROW: Angie Sporrer, Seniors, Sr. Register, Index, Susan McKis- sick, Academics, Ann Baumhover, Academ- ics. THIRD ROW: Joni Story, Activities, Richard Baez-Morales, Clubs, Brian Sikin, Photographer. BOTTOM ROW: Kevin Mc- Manus, Photographer, Sheila Shapiro, Sports. YEARBOOK 33 CIMITAR changes to new format Mr. Krey presided over the SCIMITAR staff this year. The paper went through many changes this year, such as going from twelve issues to eight issues and keeping the same editor all year, Stephen Gentle. They also changed their format from that of a newpaper style to a tabloid. Thanks to a staff of ideal-- minded students the SCIMITAR received many compliments and had one of its best years ever. RIGHT: Stephen Gentle, Editor-in Chief. BELOW-LEFT TO RIGHT: Martin Krey, Advisor, Henri Egter Van Wissikerke, Man- aging Editor. Vicki Nelson, Advertising Manager. John DiBiase, Photo Editor, .. .. mx X N .1 5 Y V l g kv if 'QQ ln.. '34 SCIMITAR -W rigs 3, .,.. . ,,... . '.'.1 'Iss R.. gr Q ,slayers .1 ,- H si as msaasaes-zzfasmsf rx lgiisassewfif :ff :f . .. ..n4es..,,sfs1..f.1 s- X. gjjk L 'vs in parvum' :-:. '3 1 5 . Y S 2 i as ik xiixiff Q ima s -- N 'ar F 53 .. N. like: i i w Ji. sf rf' I 'M . if". ""f".-'f 1? 2 qv, , ,,. in , ,, L.. Q' r ci W O. E , ---uma an O N.. LEFT TO RIGHT-TOP TO BOTTOM: Laurie Frye, Cartoonist, Busi- ness Manager. John Darrah-Reporter, Philip Burleigh-Photographer Frank Bennett, Sports C0-Editor. Erron Terry, Reporter. Shari Cassin Sports Co-Editor. Dale Karraker, Reporter. Jim Haga, Assistant Ad- vertising Manager, Debbie Pettett, Reporter. SCIMITAR 35 Ffa Orchestra carols at Christmas time the Orchestra performed in the pit for "Come Blow Your Horn." They gave a concert in the Spring with the theme ua musical study of integrationf' I if rji I .Q WOODWINDS Judy Helein Lori Hinson Ann Marie Secantl Whitney Lynch Debbie Pearce, Susan Kouts. lA7Z STRINCS FRONT ROW Brian Hallada Martin Clark Greg llnden Ray Davis linda lVlcC0niga, David Sain, Thad Platt. BACK Wolf lovce Falsueh Steve Banevich MIDDLE ROW Carvl Vander ROW Diane Brown Deen Blue, Eric Copp, Shane Drews. PIANO AND PERCUSSION: Kathy Kay, Jim Runyon, Mike Hin- derliter. "7 sl MW? .f VIOLINS: Venus Myers, Caryl Vanderlinden, Sandy Erickson, Kim Holt, Joyce Falstich, Kathy Soto, Lorretta Davis, Bonnie Lutrick. ...fl 4 LOW STRINGS: Deon Blue, James Hallock, Mary Rickard. Not pic- tured: Diane Brown, John Wilson. BRASSES: Linda McConiga, Ken Earl, Scott Ruebsamen, Sterling Blackwell, Bill Witt. ORCHESTRA 37 Band sponsors Matt Owens benefit The Advanced Band was a big ketball games and they performed part of Alhambra's activities this special marches for halftime at foot- year. The Advanced Band served as ball games. the pep band for football and bas- This year they gave three major concerts. They also went to a Re- gional Festival in Tucson, and performed for commencement ceremonies. FLUTES-FRONT ROW: Jan Varner, Debra Qualtire, Kathy Schan- der, Suzzy Kew, Becky Armstrong. BACK ROW: Debbie Lamm, Jackie Nathan, Karen Johnson, Teresa Cornet. CLARINETS-FRONT ROW: Terry Gellenbeck, Debbie Miller, Kim Becky Knauss, Debbie Henson. BACK ROW: Ted Stuart, Loretta Ledbetter, Marianne Gegenheimer, Toby Sedgwick. MIDDLE ROW: Davis, Cathy Soto, Bonnie Kidd, Kim Holt, Diana Hopkins. Tamara White, Carol Gegenheimer, Mary Trinka, Peggy Burbrink, 38 ADVANCED BAND SAXOPHONES-FRONT ROW: Bob Gaines, Jeri Jo'Wheeler, Cheryl ka, Cindy Shourds, Christina McDonough, Barbie Lamm, David Dolyniuk, Richard Gentry, Whitney Lynch. BACK ROW: Debbie Trin- Osterle, Cindy Pernick, David Fox. TRUMPETS-FRONT ROW: Alan Schwerd, Nancy Dziuk, Bill She- pard, Dale Karraker, Patty Dziuk. BACK ROW: Richard Guthrie, Martin McKinstray, Dan Sullinger, Dean Sullinger, Scott MacDonald. TROMBONES-FRONT ROW: John Wilson, Ed Goodrow, Joann Ram- thun, Thad Platt. BACK ROW: Debbie Weiss, Matt Wilson, Keith Burns, David Yocky, Shane Drew. ADVANCED BAND 39 FRENCH HORNS-BARITONES-BASS HORMS-FRONT ROW: Dale Endsley, Tim Meyers, Mike Hallada. BACK ROW: Joe Ray, Earl Ruebsamen, Steve Hallada, Tammi Whitaker. MIDDLE ROW: Sherri Zeller. PERCUSSION: Dave Carvalho, Dave Clark, Eric McNeal, Kevin Garrison, Tim Jones. 40 ADVANCED BAND FIRST HOUR JAZZ-FRONT ROW: Debra Qualtire, Dave Carvalho, Cindy Shourds, Mark Durazo, Jan Varner, Brian Brooksby. BACK Tim Jones, Steve Jenkins, Les Coates, Joe Smith, Deon Blue. MID- ROW: Ken Earll, Dean Sullinger, Jim Stevens, Dave Richards, Bob DLE ROW: Mr. Lebs, Janice Valentino, Jill Wilson, Susan Kouts, Martyr, Mitch Gaylord, Bob Gaines. 3ANU N . , ,,,..----f., f"i"""" ..... w""" I .anna yy t,,, ,ttt Q SIXTH HOUR JAZZ-FRONT ROW: Jill Jones, Jeri Jo Wheeler, Oscar THIRD ROW: Deon Blue, Steve Jenkins, Matt Wilson, Debbie Weiss, Villasenor, Karen Johnson, Cheryl Dolyniuk, Jim McDougall. SE- Joann Ranthun. BACK ROW: Steve O,Callaghan, Don Middleton, COND ROW: Kevin Garrison, Dave Clark, Bill Brashears, Skip Neely. Brad Anderson, Ken Earll, Barry Kaufman. JAZZ ROCK BAND 41 X X , Ki . if ,..A K 'gif .5 ITIO TI ,V i Si' .QTY ' .. .:2,.,. ,, .,., w Q , . X. . . xiii .:,,, E 'EE' i.. , 1' , M , x, m.? N9 A 7 53 S 9 Ni F ,Q 3 4 2 g f ig 'fx ,Y , ' , rss I 'K 5 L ' Q4 D m 4 -L Q 5' . arner, wens reign over Homecoming Pete Owens, standing in for his brother Matt, and Jan Varner are being crowned 1977-78 Homecom- ing Royalty by last year's Royalty John Meyer and Cheryl Semmens. W x W . VVVV 5, ' f 5, -M The student body chose Jan Varner and Matt Owens for the 1977- 78 Homecoming King and Queen. They were crowned during the half- time ceremonies at the Homecoming game by last year's royalty. Jan was an active member of the band all four of her years at Alham- bra. She was in Advanced, Stage, Re- gional, and Pep Band. She partici- pated in Girl's State her Junior year, receiving the Outstanding Junior award from the U. of A. Jan was in Key Club and elected President of the National Honor Society her Sen- ior year. Matt played football throughout high school, and was tri-captain his Senior year. He was a member of the track team his Freshman, Sopho- more, and Junior years, and received two track awards his Freshman and Junior years. HOMECOMING ROYALTY 45 Nevins, Olsker chosen as 2nd attendants Second attendants for Homecom- ing were Julie Nevins and Wally Olsker. They were both very active in sports throughout their high school years. Julie Nevins was a member of GAA her Freshman and Sophomore years, and in the Athletic Club her Senior year. Her Sophomore year she was on the Cross Country team and joined track each year. Julie was a Matmaid her Freshman, Sophomore, and Junior years, and in Student Government all four years. She was chosen for Pom Line her final year. Wally Olsker was very active in sports throughout high school. He represented Alhambra all four years by being a member of the track team. Wally played football his Freshman and Senior years and was a member of the Athletic Club his Senior year. 46 HOMECOMING ATTENDANTS Kelly, Mabry named lst attendants Kathy Kelly and Don Mabry were chosen as the first attendants. Kathy was in GAA and Spikettes her Sophomore year, on the year- book staff and in Quill and Scroll her Junior year. She played Badminton for three years and was a member of the Athletic Club her Senior year. Don was on the Cross Country and Wrestling teams four years, taking honors in the State Championship. He was a member of the Athletic Club each year. Don was in Student Government three years and in Key Club his Junior and Senior years. He was in the National Honor Society and a Student Optimist his Senior year. 1 Nd 'W3' ri, , ii " Lopez, Umland place as 4th attendants Roxanne Lopez and Jim Umland were chosen for the fourth atten- dants. They were both very active in Student Government. Roxanne played softball her Soph- omore and Junior years. She was in Student Government for three years, and was Vice President of the Stu- dent Body her Senior year. Jim played football and baseball all four years of high school. He was in Student Government for three years and the Student Body Presi- dent his Senior year. He was chosen as a Student Rotarian and was in the National Honor Society his final year. J orgensen, Riccitelli 3rd attendants Marie Jorgensen and Mike Ricci- telli placed as third attendants dur- ing Homecoming. Marie Jorgensen was in Matmaids her Freshman year, and in Key Club her Sophomore year. She was on the track team every year and on the Cheer line her last three. Marie was in the National Honor Society her Senior year. Mike Riccitelli played football for four years and wrestled for three. He was in the Science Club and Student Government his first year, and a Senior class Senator his last year. Mike was in the Key Club, on the track team his Junior year, and in the Athletic Club his Junior and Senior years. 5-err:-' SWC9the arts Ke Club V10 Karla Paulm enn Vickie Hardy DEC Senior Attendants Junior Attendants ,M aw, ,, uf- Dmnmfwwul V. Haw-:mmf-s-M Z .6 ff ., ' ffiiizla, :ggi Q U fi., ' 4nJnst""""NnWv :? V 6 ' , ,,,,,m, .,M"..t.:.o-1 HW. . ,. My ,,-. Avwqj I Q., lx Shelly Potter and Dan Baker. Carole Alcantar and Bill Abbott 48 SWEETHEARTS Seniors strive for top rank Jan Varner is third in her class. iz.-31' 5 Alex Kay is seventh in his ciassqi Barbara Larsen is eleventh in her class. t"Nsv of ks' 1 Donald Curtis is first in his class. Debra Trinka is fourth in her class. William Sorrell is eighth in his class. i 1 V V David Richards is twelfth in his class. Mary Rausch is second in her class. 4655 V55 John O'Cal1aghan is sixth in Suzzane Ziegler is fifth in her class. his class. "W'i:fe"" Gregory Arnold is ninth in his Scott Bratcher is tenth in his class. H V class. L, - 4 L iiii ' . 5' 4, QA 3 i' i ii Diane Solomon is thirteenth in Amy Miller is fourteenth in her her class. class. TOP 2921 49 LEFT-While attending the Publication Workshop in Tucson, Linda Sheila, Angie, and Carole tour a Spanish village. ABOVE-Laurie Frye Scimitar, adds final touches to her copy before sending it to the printer. Journalists activate Quill Sz Scroll Quill and Scroll, an International Society for High School Journalists, is made up of members of the FOR- TRESS and SCIMITAR staffs. Educators and professional jour- nalists recognize and respect the members of Quill and Scroll for their service, interest, and position they hold in the field of journalism. Mr. Cunningham and Mr. Krey were the sponsors for Quill and Scroll, and helped to gather ideas in putting together a literary magazine. SITTING: Steve Gentle, Erron Terry, Richard Baez-Morales, Susan Mr. Krey, Vicki Nelson, Shari Cassin, Henri lflgter van VVissekerke, McKissick, Linda Humble, Carole Alcantar, Joni Story. STANDING: Sheila Shapiro, Angie Sporrer, Mr. Cunningham. 50 QUILL AND SCROLL y 1 S promotes leadership, service National Honor Society members uphold the highest academic tradi- 1, W' tions here at Alhambra. They are leaders, not only through their scho- lastic achievements, but also for their genuine concern for others. They promote a respect for learning and a sense of leadership in the com- munity. ww Monthly meetings were held fea- i turing guest speakers. NHS members held a Halloween party for the mi- grant children and adopted residents of the Gagnon Guest Lodge. Other services offered included tutoring to students needing extra help, and aid- ing the Roths. Officers were: Jan Varner-Presi- dent, Mary Rausch-V. President, Jaimie Wheeler-Secretary, Linda Reardon-Treasurer. Chairmen: Ran- dy Raux-Programs, Vicki Nelson- Service, Sussy Kew-Tutoring, Bob Martyr-Fund. 1' QM ,k K 'S .pr 'X Lori Cornell and Marie Jorgensen take their turn selling bagels at one of the sales held by the National Honor Society. NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY-FRONT ROW: L. Humble, S. McKis- sick, J. McDougall, D. Mabry, N. Caruso, C. Paulmen, S. Sullivan, J. Wheeler, D. Burrows, L. Fraser. SECOND ROW: A. King, M. Bahr, L. Hunt, G. Quan. THIRD ROW: J. Varner, D. Webster, K. Clark, K. Pelfrey, A. Zetterlof, M. Rausch. FOURTH ROW: S. Kew, V. Nelson, C. Shaw, L. Frye, M. Holmgren, T. Hlehoski, K. Roach. FIFTH ROW: N. Combs, A. Kay, S. Hallada, D. Curtis, B. Demlong, M. Jorgensen. SIXTH ROW: B. Amavisca, M. Whitaker, G. Arnold, L. Erwin, J. Ritter, M. Smith, G. Malek, M. Durazo, K. Garrison, L. Wagner. BACK ROW: T. Peapenberg, D. Richards, S. Bratcher, P. Nathan, K. Yocky, K. Eng- strom, A. Miller. NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY 51 Arizona model government set up by Seniors Alhambra was represented by nine Seniors at Flagstaff and Tucson during the summer of 1977 for one Week. Students from all over Arizona took part in Boys and Girls Stateg Boys State was held at N.A.U., Girls State at U. of A. Model governments were set up with each student taking part. New cities and counties were made up, including the boundries and laws. Students were divided between Nationalists and Federalists, with elections for city, county, and state offices. Students from Alhambra were chosen by the Honors Committee. Not pictured: Diane Sullivan and Richard Sears. iam LEFT TO RIGHT: Jim McDougall, Kim Ledbetter, and Scott Bratcher LEFT TO RIGHT: Don Mabry, Jan Varner, Jaimie Soulvie, and Jim Umland. 52 BOYS, GIRLS STATE Rotarians, Optimists represent AH The Rotary and Optimist Clubs honored Alhambra's Seniors by se- lecting them to attend special luncheons. The Honors Committee selected a couple each month, based on the individual's school involve- ment, community interest, leader- ship qualities, character, and grades during high school. Student Optimists attended one breakfast meeting of the Club and received a plaque of recognition. Student Rotarians were guests at luncheons every Thursday for the month they were honored. At their final luncheon, they were given a Rotary Club banner. 3 'Fda 'ROTARIANS-FRONT ROW: Linda Humble, Susan McKissick, Bar- 'bara Larsen, Bridget Mahoney, Marie Jorgensen, Geraldine Quan, Karla Paulmenn, Annette Zetterlof, Jan Varner, Diane Trujillo. BACK OPTIMISTS-FRONT ROW: Karen Gibbens, Julie Nevins, Roxanne Lopez, Linda Doehrman, Bonnie Lewis, Melinda Walton, Vicki Nel- son, Mary Rausch. BACK ROW: Don Mabry, Nick Caruso, Scott ROW: Randy Raux, Bobby Amavisca, Thad Platt, John Reynolds, Raul Ohton, Bill Demlong, Jay O,Callaghan, Jim Umland, Ken Halal. NOT PICTURED: Brian Gadberry, second semester Rotarian. Bratcher, Randy Denofsky Steven Gentle, Don Curtis. , Raul Ohton, Mike Riccitelli, Jon Ewaniuk, NOT PICTURED: Susan Murdock. 3 -fe Exchange students compare countries Hi, my name is Jette and I am from Denmark. I am an AFS-student and as all other AFS-students, I'll stay in the U.S. for a year. At the present time I am half way through my experience and I will say that it is very different here. In Denmark I live in a small village with only about 150 people, one general store, a church, and a tiny lake where we ice-skate in the winter. I live in a big house with my mom and dad and my two smaller sisters, Q12 and 15 years oldl. My dad is a truck- driver, but most people around where I live are farmers. I go to school in a town about ten miles from my village, so I have to take the bus every morning. My school is very different, too. I take very different subjects, the Way of teaching is very different, and the responsibilities are different. My school is also smaller. There are only about 600 people. Now and then I feel Ncrowd- ed" at Alhambra, but I have seen so many new activities that I had never experienced before, like Home- coming and Halloween. I also like the fact that a major thing here is sports. I enjoy nearly all kinds of sports, except for football. All together I like being here. I have learned a lot, tmainly about myselfj and all the people I have met have been really nice to me and tried to help me and show me their way of life. I hope very much to come back and visit sometime. Best wishes, from Jette if g et 5 5 , .ai r X E ..... sf -1 :Q SER, igie eseg.. .iss veg use kg. . ' I ff z 'ieswf k . AFS-LEFT TO RIGHT: Karen Gibbens, Bobby Amavisca, Jette Christensen, Sonia Chung, Kathy White. The AFS Club held a barbecue at Bobby Amavisca's house which was attended by AFS students from several schools. 54 AFS, YFU I Q. ABOVE: Randy Denofsky, sponsored by YFU, toured part of Europe last summer spending eight weeks in Germany. RIGHT: Eva Bjelfven- stam, a YFU student from Denmark, tap dances at the AFS assembly. I think I am going to have a good experience in Alhambra because I have met a lot of students and al- ways learn something from them. My school in Panama is so dif- ferent than Alhambra. High School studies takes six years both academic and vocational, just some commercial schools re- quire only five years. Our school system is divided in two cycles. The three years com- prehend the first cycle, and students BELOW: Ingrid Tiraboschi, a YFU student from El Savador, enjoys her stay at Alhambra. RIGHT: Ingrid and Randy had the chance to travel, thanks to YFU. -if 25 ,. get a diploma. Then you must choose the specific field, and then at the end of the second term on last three or two years according with the field, the students get the high school diploma. I like Arizona as it is different from my country, especially the climate, as we have a tropical climate all year. The thing that I really like is snow. Panama is a little country but rapidly expanding their businesses and industries. My family lives in Panama Cityg small city compared to Phoenix. I have two sisters who are older than me, and three brothers who are younger. My relationship with my family is in which great love and unity is shown and shared with each mem- ber. Sonia Chung Panama AFS, YFU 55 Mabr , Bratcher tie for Rodeo King W 1 51 v ' 5 eeeee ' ee Senior Queen Diane Trujillog Senior Kings Don Mabry, Scott Bratcher. Junior attendants Zoe Soto and David Ohton. Sophomore attendants Debbie Haertel and Les Coats. Freshman attendants Shawn Kirkpatrick and Russell Batie 56 RODEO ROYALTY 5 I l 1 I u 7 ,, .xr 2 ' ,J . yvfffw ',,f . ,,., WM w a...7....,,,,,,, .. A... . """ -"l'-ami ,Lk m, M. 4 1h,,EVl W,.. fx in V ABOVE: Mike Hertzog hopes that his con- centration will help him win the chug-a-lug contest. RIGHT: Paul Riccitelli, senior, and Kevin McCormick, sophomore, draw their guns and open fire. f,,,wN LEFT: Tex Earnhardt, his bull, and Julie Bishop take a bow in front of the entire stu- dent body at the Rodeo assembly. BELOW: Mike Howell and Kim Holt get in the spirit of rodeo week by doing the country bump. Q .115 RODEO ACTION 57 X ,,.n. M .Q ,... 1 f 2 E 1 wr ff' -, OVERTIME 4 ' ww' fl W, , , 4 FOOTB LL ' a ""- u., X 3 Tis: 'wg iiv VARSITY FOOTBALL: BOTTOM ROW: S. Richardson, B. Hodge, M. Garrido, D. Jones, T. McSorely, J. Daniels, C. Shores, J. Umland, L. Randleman, R. Sears, W. Wilson, G. Smith. SECOND ROW: B. Darby, M. Suman, A. Rangel, M. Johnson, A. Caouette, O. Villasenor, M. Riccitelli, T. Smith, R. Ohton, R. Riccitelli, R. Sandoval, C. Putman G. Nienstedt, W. Olsker, E. Maldonado, T. Mahoney. THIRD ROW Coach Kersting, K. Kersting, M. Estrella, M. Johnson, R. Bartee, B. Cole, J. Thompson, B. Anderson, K. Kersting, M. Callahan, D. Ohton, A. Mendez, M. Anderson, D. Boliek, M. Bierl, Coach Chowaniec. TOP ROW: L. Garcia, R. Aguilera, E. Wester, C. Werking, G. Hoppal, E. Rizo, J. Hayes, R. Crough, J. DiBiase, M. Darby, M. Statzer, B. Peck, C. Croegaert, A. Hernandez, K. Lamb. Varsit team goes to pla offs This year's Varsity football team had something to fight for. After losing tri-captain Matt Owens, Tom Smith and Raul Ohton tried to pull their team together. The re- sults were good. The team qualfied for state playoffs. -- Brad Anderson, outstanding of- fensive back, was the only Alham- S " L Q R . G Vigiii ' X v 'ii bra player to be selected to the first team on the all Division Squad. He led the Phoenix Division in three categories-most passes caught, most yards in pass receiving and most points scored. Also, Raul Ohton made second team all Divi- sion as quarterback. Other award winners were: David Ohton-outstanding offensive line- man, Walt Wilson-outstanding de- fensive lineman, Kerry Kersting- outstanding defensive back, and Raul Ohton-most valuable player. Alhambra would like to express it's deepest appreciation to the coaches: Vern Culbertson, Jack Kersting, Mike Chowaniec. , VARSITYFOOTBALL 61 ABOVE: Place kicker, Chris Putman, warms up with Alex Hernandez and John DiBiase during a home game. RIGHT: Lee Randle- man attempts to evade a tackle by a North player. BELOW: Three year varsity quar- terback, Raul Ohton, gives a glance of relief as a Carl Hayden player goes down at the Homecoming game. BELOW RIGHT: Raul Ohton and Chris Putman team together to try for a field goal. VARSITY FOOTBALL AHS OPP Central 6 21 Westwood 12 9 South Mountain 20 25 North 28 10 Maryvale 12 14 Phoenix Union 41 0 Carl Hayden 21 20 Trevor Browne 28 14 West 0 20 Camelback 7 21 Maryvale fljlayoffl 2 23 5 Wins, 6 Losses pn., "3 Sin W if 62 VARSITY FOOTBALL r W. ,,,., ,.,g1,. W, ,,,, vw, . ---,.. W L , . Y ' 'VW , .x ,,. ' Q ,, ..,.. Q r W-'sw fx ABOVE: Quarterback Raul Ohton tries to break away from the Carl Hayden defense. TO THE LEFT: Rick Bartee attempts to roll over a Carl Hayden player at the Home! coming game. BELOW LEFT: As referee looks on, Brian Cole tries to break away from his opponent. BELOW RIGHT: Senior Raul Ohton prepares to throw a pass. VARSITY FOOTBALL 63 Gonzales, Baggett pair up to lead team Gilbert Gonzales, leading passer, and Tim Baggett, leading pass re- ceiver, led the strong Junior Varsity team. Gilbert's accomplishments were eight hundred and four yards, eighty-seven attempts and fifteen touchdowns. Tim's achievement as receiver was two hundred and nine- teen yards. His total yards were four hundred and ninety-two in rushing, passing and receiving. Brian Engle, also outstanding in rushing, ended the season with two hundred and twenty-four yards. Most valuable players were Kelvin Bartee and Chuck Shillington. They both played offense and defense. Kelvin was the leading rusher with three hundred and thirty-six yards. Chuck was the leading tackler on the team. The team's, outstanding accom- plishments were one thousand, three hundred and seven yards rushing and eight hundred, thirty-six yards passing. Special recognition went to Brian Engle, Mike Owens, Bob Friou, Fred Marple and Bruce Torseth for their efforts and spirit on the team. J J if gi,isgi'g:f5 ,. .. . .,g, 6 ..,..,....... -18 ..... . JUNIOR VARSITY- BOTTOM ROW: Coach Nassif, S. Bronaugh, L Garcia, L. Malinoski, M. Nevins. SECOND ROW: D. Fenn, J. Perea, K. Bartee, G. Gonzales, D. Bunting, J. Garcia, M. Madrid, P. Ramey. THIRD ROW: F. Marple, R. Haas, R. Allen, M. Owen, R. Courterioer, B Ingle, L. Richardson. FOURTH ROW: M. Moore, C. Shillington, T. 64 JV FOOTBALL I Baggett, K. McCormick, M. Hammel, B. Friou, L. Pernick, D. Powell. FIFTH ROW: S. Monroe, M. Howel, M. Snider, C. Ferguson, W. Lynch, R. Cooke, B. Torseth, A. Okabayaski. TOP ROW: S. Lamb, D. Smith, S. Krauz, J. Meyer, M. Hauer, D. Gallo, M. Riccitelli, J. Troutt. FRESHMAN LIGHTWEIGHT-BOTTOM ROW: R. Batie, J. Evans, R. Gilmore, J. Dolyniuk, M. Aguilera, D. Dillsworth. TOP ROW: A. Fierros Reeder, S. Ferguson, R. Combs, V. Schwartz, R. Baker. MIDDLE ROW: E. Hoskins, K. Meyers, V. Hamilton, K. Phillips, F. Cordova, P. Aguirre J. Pizzo, T. Randleman, D. Gentle, B. Homsey, B. Homsey, V. Rangel, T. R. Hogan, C. Hart, T. Graves, B. Hammonds. Freshmen have outstanding year J if9 .lsiv FQ9'ff3ALL i 1 fifgf s G LAHS. 1 4 GP?- slerr J Q s ifi12i R ' 0 .i.i. Qf + :Os s . 12 . 1.28 6 ,,.., ,..,. . r,,i r at , 14 r 5118-A . s V6 I iiiiiii' L Both the Freshman teams had a winning season this year. The Lightweight team had a re- cord of four wins and four losses. Mile Aguilera received most valuable player. Spark Plug for the team was Mike Sarver. The Heavyweight players, led by quarterback Rick Estrella, ended the season with six wins and three losses. Outstanding players in offense and defense were Mike Klooster, Brian Bolgenorth, Greg Ambrose, John G FRESHMAN HEAVYWEIGHT FOOTBALL AHS: -oPP. West i 14 T e , 0 South 15 32: GN-or-th . .A on 6 Maryvale 19 I4 Q Phoenix Union T13 gnry r Q it fsilarlil-iaydenr. o ' i is m:evor:Bfowne .... .14 f irrssl Sf- 1 f T12 fig .rlil iir. ,,.., ....r if ' i'i:3 QT4fffgsj.5:Vg rirr. 513 bery. ix tx... iioiil Perea and Eric Lowato. ,1 Top linemen were Burman Gra- i'or ham, Byron Green and Mike Gad- . if aka. .nr FRESHMAN HEAVYWEIGHT FOOTBALL-BOTTOM ROW: B. Green, R. Estrella, E. Lovato, S. Graham, D. Gibbons, P. Hernandez, M. Rollins, C. Neithercutt, B. Hunt, G. Ambrose. MIDDLE ROW: D. Jouett, J. Chadwick, R. White, J. Owens, V. Krocza, B. Boone, B. Briiksby, B Durazo, D. Harmon, S. Ellington, M. Gadbery, A. Black. TOP ROW Coach Mitchell, R. Mercer, A. Sommer, M. Mendes, T. Griego, B. Gra- ham, B. Tautimer, D. Best, B. Balgenorth, C. Young, D. Masters, M. Klooster, Coach Thompson, Coach Grantham. NOT PICTURED: D. Drye, J. Agne, R. Pierce, R. Banales. FRESHMEN FOOTBALL 65 ?:'5::5fif5WQSSp.g irssrs sa. 1. A . .1925 r.rt r if ..t. 7t:i.?iiiQifi7fi 'i"i' ."," i f 1' .",' 7 if friyi 'Yi KET av, , 'V .."f""4w W AMW-'ww' if an-51' Q? 'GM WL I 'aww W , KZ ,,,W A fm, mf? K, er' f and' .nik af WWI Brent Jones first string All-State Alhambra,s Varsity Basketball Team, led by Coach Kemp, had an outstanding season. The team end- ed the season with thirteen wins and nine losses, and Went to the divisional playoffs. Brent Jones f41J was voted the team's most valuable player. He made first team on All-State, and was voted the Phoenix Metropoli- tan Area player of the year, He was also chosen captain of the 1978 Arizona Republic All-Valley high school basketball team. Raul Ohton kept everyone on the defense together by being best defensive player. Team spirit came from the most inspirational mem- ber Tom Smith. Brad Anderson shoots for a key basket. He was very successful with his corner shot. VARSITY BASKETBALL Prescott Thunderbird South Brophy Peoria Maryvale Arcadia Trevor Browne Central North East Carl Hayden Camelback Phoenix Union West Trevor Browne Carl Hayden Camelback Phoenix Union West Trevor Browne South AHS. OPP. 59 56 74 68 60 82 63 58 ss 42 57 70 66 43 44 48 65 63 86 56 63 81 68 , 57 71 70 73 79 74 51 76 81 57 56 65 63 65 75 85 52 82 92 54 65 13 WINS, 9 LOSSES 'R 1 Senior Raul Ohton goes for a lay-up in a game against Phoenix Union. BOTTOM ROW: Mark Little, Ed Rizo, Lorin Baker, Ron Bartee, Brad Anderson. TOP ROW: Tom Smith, Mark Williams, Cliff Klooster, Brent Jones, John Cicotte, Raul Ohton, Kerry Ker- sting. VARSITY BASKETBALL 67 J.V. Basketball-Bottom Row: Brian Ingle, Tom Kelly, Jay Troutt, Dale Marple, Jim Meyer, Mark Ropp, Mike Klooster, Steve Ziegler, Coach Mauzy, Mike Moore, Gilbert Gonzales. Top Row: Dave Yocky, Fred Tom Sweet. Dave Yocky goes for a Lay-up in a game against Central. 68 J V. BASKETBALL . .Team closes with 15-4 season The Junior Varsity basketball team won it's first two games win- ning first against Prescott 69-55, then against Thunderbird 61-50. The team then lost an away game to South losing by two points 48-46. Winning to Brophy 49-43 then los- ing to Peoria 69-67. The Lions then had a five game winning streak defeating Central 69-64, North 62-48, East 42-38, Carl Hayden 56-48 and Maryvale 55-47. Camelback broke the Lions' pride in a close game 70-69. The Lions then went on to defeat five more teams: Phoenix Union 56-55, West 44-37, Trevor Browne 62-57, Carl Hayden 41-32 and Camelback 84-67. Losing once more for the season to Phoenix Union 55-67. The team ended the season de- feating West 60-45 and Trevor Browne 61-34. at ez . if J.V.iBASKETBiALL L 5 t Q g ,LAHS foe? Pgfegm . , f 7,-5,59 1355 ' flihunderbifd .7-7 611. f .50 48 46 . .43 69 39933231 1 . -L - r.4- 1 ..'f7.s 1 1 -f'.-n 79-47 .69 64 4, -ALK Wx-L .... 5 Q-East- .rei . will t .4 Qariiilaydenft-no s,s. 12456, . . i ..... 0 , 69 y 70 -.A. if - . . . . . . . .... .. 1?111ieHiX.iUrri5I?f - - 4 4 -- 44 ,... . ,... 37 7 6 PSWESVYL, 3' 6 .7 ---. 7 , .,., - in . .84 9 g i.f1gil.i1?QifiEii1w . L jf 'i-'- ,ii.- 48 ,,..k.. r . filizfif e.i333Vi.334 Red, Green eeee W ffl' RAHSBPJUPP teams have Thuhderbirdd, 45 - e e A 59 VBf0P13Y+' 52.4 if 39 ee 12153 Peoria r eeeee - 44 159 " ' power play 91' S Mfrrrrrflee 42 51 e'ee E45Qi,7i35rfi1Q4ge,rif5TQ:4r1 Cenifafeesl J s P42 f 5233 e e rumah e eee , 72 J 65 , .," sf ..h,. li. ,ffl The Freshman Red and Green basketball teams had super seasons Q3f5:H3Y5?9f, 7 W 35 36, O- 48 or A51 th' . Th RED TEAM 1 d b Came5l?2Cke.-S anerr 75rfrf 1 79 CJZCZe?G0b1e5 had three ii ing players, Greg Walton, Jeff Drye, ,lnr A Q J J - Vs, f J is and John Perea. +TmyQFl'gIoWrne l',l Kerry Christopher Of the Green it 7325 Team was most valuable player. jp, Team coach Horcasitas said of the r'pl team, "They learned to be com- petitive and how to be gentlemen working hard at learning the basic r'iii of gamelpq .,,w :gtg i,,, ,, :,. . ,A f 35 f--....-... GREEN TEAM- BOTTOM ROW: Russell Baker, Jeff Colyar, Enreque Greigo, Kerry Christopher, Andy Foster, Travis Fredrickson, Bill Hunt. Perez, Fred Cordova. TOP ROW: Coach Horcasitas, Rick Estrella, Ted Not Pictured: John Markosian. 45 K , ,, RED TEAM- BOTTOM ROW:Ken Turza, Tim Castillo, Greg Walton, C.J. Cruz, Mike Smith. TOP ROW: Bill Johnson, Jose Estrella, Jeff Drye, Kevin Piske, John Perea, Scott Graham, Coach Nobley. FRESHMAN BASKETBALL 69 f.Ww,:-. rw ,fy , ' atmen throw weight around at State The Varsity Wrestling team had a very successful season. Coach Nevins guided an experienced squad along with co-captains Don Mabry and Nick Carusol. The team placed second in both the Christmas and Divisional Tournaments and took ninth in State. All the wrestlers contributed to the team's overall record of 8-0-2. There was no doubt that Don Mabry was the team's greatest asset. He became the first Alham- bra wrestler to win two State Cham- pionships in his weight class of 112 lbs. Don also won the Divisional Title for the third year and the Peoria Tournament. His overall season record was 25-O. Another outstanding team mem- ber was Nick Caruso who finished fourth in the State at 129 lbs. He also placed second in Divisionals, was Christmas Tournament Cham- pion and was undefeated in dual meets. His overall season record was 23-4. Other accomplished wrestlers were Seniors Jim Koressel C155 lbs.J and heavyweight Mike Ricci- telli who were Division Champions. D E 8 VARSITY WRESTLING-FRONT ROW: J. Wheeler, Mgr.g D. Mabry, J. Pacheco, C. Ferguson, N. Caruso, S. Richards, T. Wil- liams, J. Wheeler, Mgr. BACK ROW: Coach gl""""'il' is Z7 'Yi if ,,,1 , all V. + 65 , 44 ? W wart' 1 'Q if 6 Q ' I .....r - ,,,- af -sway ,fm ff ,ir , , ws An Alhambra heavyweight wrestler battles it out with a South Mountain opponent at a home meet. Alhambra totally dominated the meet by overcoming South 53-16. l Nevins, R. Smith, B. Cole, M. Callahan, M Riccitelli, C. Putnam, J. Koressel, B. Hodge Coach Culbertson. VARSITY WRESTLING, I .r,r AHS UPP. Prescott yt.i A 39 28 Thunderbird 29 29 South 53 16 Central 42 17 East 42 14 Maryvale 29 29 Phoenix Union 53 11 West 54 17 Trevor Browne 37 27 Carl Hayden 33 25 sDiViSi0nal-2nd Place . State-9th Place Christmas Tournarnent-2nd Place VARSITY WRESTLING 71 JUNIOR VARSITY WRESTLING-FRONT Bartee, J. Wheeler, Mgr. BACK ROW: Coach ROW: J. Wheeler, Mgr.: S, Moore, S. Fer- Culbertson, R. Hernandez, R. Crough, B. gUS0U, D.J. Merkley, C. Bridgeman, K. Darby, M. Darby, D. Wright, R. Aguilera. FRESHMAN WRESTLING -FRONT ROW: BACK ROW: Coach Abel G. Ambrose B ,i.: , i JV, Freshmen wrestlers show promise Guided by Coach Culbertson, the members of the JV Wrestling Team had to work hard to make up for the people who were moved up to the varsity squad. But they did an outstanding job by finishing the season with a 9-2 record. Some of the most outstanding wrestlers were Scott Moore, 6-0g Kelvin Bartee, Mike Darby and Marc Riccitelli, all 8-2g Curtis Bridgeman and D.J. Merkley, both 8-13 and Ron Crough, 7-2. The Freshman Wrestling Team had a tough season with a record of 3-8. Greg Ambrose C11-OJ was the team's most valuable player. J .V. WRESTLING . s . Z s N s AHS OPP Prescott. ' i B33 s A 15 Thunderbird- 7 22 s s South 40 B s B Central , -52 - -24 East s 5 D 4137 A 5129 Marr-vi:-...r. V512 i I 1 s 47- Neiith'-' isiy .isie 5 Q17 PhoeniX,U11ion,Qf, J 7 gsiisi 54. 1 Q WGS? Lfkfllff iseri D iris. D7 airs ri? 1:1391 iisesi as rsti Trsifilfi :-sB mwmii ilsr 5 JBD. :Li srsii I .:.i. Wifi-ff30.:,Q-D . s as . s s 1431i ,,,18 g, . Qerlf-Haygens:-gi11'1pfA - ffl-fl QJCQ :-:' . ,- s, . . 2 -masses-I lrsi.. ,j,Q1 .sit 3 Q2 gakekhv . K R : . 1 l .r l 159 I -1Thendesbirdr'.i:ig.riff flfff1i5s sersst I if .ssi 1.i49iflfi i.iy- . ., if'fj'i,E,fVi-fii,f'V?' ff-24W L yiipsf 21 g . : I r- I Qi ,.':-,,, '1,gW,fj5'5' -Vw',. f -L WkiV-,' gylg N035 at ff fi' QB .:i. .45 -:-ii.i:i.ii P Tl I Ph?i??fiX.U??i,0HfiEfffigi sgtys V29 fi?'47.-5: I r- r sg 21343 Q t - A A TreS1Qf'iB:rQWI1B. -r is B: ,271 r tsi.- iff' .29-7 rfCHf11-.HHYHGHQ -:i:.i: esis '25x ii-:i:e.i 36:-1: J. Wheeler, Mgr.: F. Minardo, C, Swadener, Homsey, P. Gill, B. Green, Lundgren. i ' iyi- K I fi- K. Clubb, M. Gallagher, J. Wheeler, Mgr. 72 JV FRESHMAN WRESTLING were s an gm . . 9 '4 i f V. 'X ... ,p . A 5 -1-- ' 'Q -+ f-, X Rf W 1. ff f. jk ,1, . 1... Q- b +- -ff-it,,: 1" 4" "nu B " 513' T . A ff-U ' ' ' Wi 2 I 'shi , - :gf ,xy . , LV f ' V Q 1 5 M it ,,, v U A is X , ,, nl sf' 5 Nfiiga ' 4' nnnr A A Nw LVAV i ff' 35, f aw X547 Senior Don Mabry, winner of 40 medals, has tler down, another pin for Mabry. erea , W,,r.,,.,.,.. - 5:-W' """"'W M rrrrr,r ll-an-U-..gN Q 1' R ii "E: v . 2 qsyl vif K' ' Q, Q if . H - er .mv Vt- ,... V' 4 15, ' 'tial ,, 'xl' Q K , - L A Q N 4 ,, I vw., In , M yt J 'T- an 1' ,r,, 'ff - . -e 2 u ' V 7 A, 4 i Kmwr re'rrf J , Once again and always, Don Mabry in con- trol over an opponent. , " Cat M71 ww, Mabry not only prepared himself physically for a match but mentally as well. """"-'-'-'Q--1---.Ln '--'n ,sql-F-g-,,c,ss,,4.,.......:1H:Zag -I .. . fi rx k 4 Q" O' Us pv' ' '75 " ' -.fl-- , - QM' -v . - ,f :Q 07.2-5'-!i',Q??i" 1 " L mflyph. x g, V 1 -:aiu-f X i xr , , f , q-3 VA K 'jp' - A A ,A , I- - .V ', S ' 'fair ,1,, g A Q ,K S , 7' .no-f .S f .M , Bob Hodge is introduced to a South Mountain wrestler before letting them loose on the mats. BELOW: One of Don Mabry's famous holds, which led to an overall career record of 202-6. ,.. , . .,.s. . .-,.s . SS? W ' , --.. :1iQ.z',i,V Sri. L. Ni, ,..:. X, ,.,, . . ,-fx , -nz: ',.-- ' r-' . in r X ,1 :W fur-fi Q 'PLL . -Sl k"' 1-1 ,-:g.fif'-liis .khf pw. we s I,,,. 1. AW 1551 if 3:2 Y . l -in , ..,,.. -v ......, Former wrestler Russell Baker, being introduced' to a South Mountain opponent. WRESTLING ACTION Baseball season delayed b rains Alhambra High School's 1977, baseball team was a "hit," Their final record was 13 wins, 9 losses. The Lions were knocked out of a chance of playing in the division playoffs by a score of 11-2 against Camelback. The game was played on the Lions, home field on May 6. The top hitters of the year were Dan Marcell with a .377 average, Phill Marin's average was .347, Jay O,Callaghan .310, and Mark Wood averaged .304. Jay O'Callaghan was chosen for the first team in A League and first team All Division. Bill Ticer was selected for the second team in the A League. + o . , ch ,M X -Tiki... X .VVL 'g Dlfyw A . A-iff. 'TLT I A In the Maryvale game, Varsity Pitcher' Pat Bristow races with the run- Bill Lugo, Varsity first baseman, attempts to put the tag on the runner ner to tag him out before he reaches first base. in a pick off attempt in the game against Maryvale. efir A fiiiiiifii.?17i?sf5f4tfl5'?!f?flFiii2512411 'tru 1 'rirt' 7i,7u' 7 ftifiiisfi ire. T fav. 'f 'tii ISN u'ii .0 i 1 e".,l .QT L4 fi -11 i .,k- V, ,A 7 ga. .g 4 . 13 s ' li' 4 1.c. F ,tiii l,ci'c 4 77 8 V 3 ' , 5 17 2 iBf0W1.f' 1 . 11 7 0 6 0 3 9 7 1 0 10 1 11 11 ",i .. , "', 8 8. 1 47 . 2 . 7 lyf' 77 7 f eilr ielre .i.i i7i. . L A ici. i ieti. 7 ...ty f ity' iiiae l A 5 ciii 57 ff55fA3f35i3Ffi5i it A if ' 9 A f"3'f f:'5Phf1Gr1iXi Uffiev 718' 7 . 35 . l',i igfwestii L 2 7 A L .5 7 i77TfeV0flBf0Wne 7 0 7 B iili. '7C3f1T9lb3Ck if 49d 1 911 CH1'fiTbdk?lFi 47i7i if .7i.i 'Pfwenix Union 7 6 Trevor7Brew1'1ef,i. T7 577.5 74iil 'West 11 12 West. T V fTrevor Browne 3 12 Trevor Brownel ,'.ft pyiifyi 13 f Carl Hayden 7 4 Cari Hayden. ' - 757i ayii T 7f.pln j4 Camelback 6 4 Camelback' . Sf 7... f 4. West 10 4 Carl Hayden l 1 fi ifffi Q1 Trevor Browne 1 8 Wegt A Q 7 fir? Carl Hayden 3 7 Trevor Browne A 'gf.ji3.2fj. ii.. fjgyj8 7 Camelback 9 5 N Carl Hayden- yi.i jfi 5776 y ' Camelbggk gg.t77 gf on 8 Wins, 9 Losses A 1 iki, .,,i.i ig.l.' liijgf 7 1977 Scores -11' f ' 747f 7.'l 7 c7.l. . BASEBALL 75 ' s . xi P . St R rig., 415594 ,fl is 4 LJ XL as as x .ea M ei if! Aw: f if as XS' X 1 r 'ails 2 ' Q 55 sb . H Mb. . VARSITY BASEBALL-FRONT ROW: B. Looper, Mgr., R. Abalos, J. J. O'Callaghan, M. Murphy, M. Williams, B. Lugo, P. Bristow, D Crowley, J. Daniels, G. Wells, J. Teach, P. Marin, B. Papst, M. Laird, Madorski, D. Bartinelli, R. Krueger, Mgr. D. Tomlin, D. Hurtado, Mgr. BACK ROW: Coach Nevins, W. Davis, ' K .Q K we ,, N Eng Q x .P 5 X 1 N JV BASEBALL-FRONT ROW: T. Kelly, S. Brewster, D. Delgado, B. ROW: D. Marin, B. Ingle, D. Yocky, S. Zeigler, F. Marple, J. Lee, A. Dugan, R. Stiner, R. Estrella, B. Swain, R. Haas, M. Snider. BACK Okabayashi, R. Suman, Coach Johnson. FRESHMAN BASEBALL-FRONT ROW: E. Lovato, F. Cordova, B. Sullivan, B. Homsey, B. Homsey, B. Graham, B. Balgenorth, D. Best, Green, M. Smith, J. Cruz, D. Tinder, T. Grossenbacher, M. Aguilera, L. Baker, T. Sollazzo, Coach Lebowitz, S. Mandoza, Mgr. Not pic- M. Walker, K. Turza. BACK ROW: C. Pickard, Mgr., J. Walledom, K. tured: Richard Hogan. 'K 4-Q, 48 W! e i r ,,,f ,L ,,,,-v "- 'A - Y , -- ' .- -V f .yn Richard Haas tries to scoop up the ball during practice in the gym. Pat Bristow pitches against Maryvale leading the Lions to a win. 6 3. B54- 55 2 2 i John Crowley, Varsity, takes a walk in the Maryvale game. Brian Swain, J.V., pitches in the game against Agua Fria. BASEBALL 77 ,, X K 't v . I Q xxwlnb ' ' -Mae WP LLLALA-A vom? 'yu-cv!" 'hbtknlbin ' 6343-A543451 H3454 VARSITY SOFTBALL-FRONT ROW: Kelly Morgan, Sue Gillie, Kim Cooper, Lisa Zetterlof, Bonnie Lewis, Sheri Peggy Falstich, Lisa Stark, Beckie Tremble, Nelson. BACK ROW: Karen McCulla, Lisa Rockenfield, Barb Neeley, Dinah Baker, Judy Callahan, Lisa Gahafer, Pam Little, Lisa Davis, Cindy Wasyl, Tammy Watson, Coach Jones. Lions defeat West in Christmas Tourney x .km . gy This year's Girls Softball team of g's I f 5 4' had an outstanding season. Some of ' ii g y their accomplishments were placing e runners up in the Divisional Tour- , ' nament, getting to semi-finals of 1 is the State Tournament, and winning 9 1' the P.U.H.S.S. Holiday Tourna- 1 . 4 R gg ,eg ment, in which 16 schools partici- i Q g A g 5' pated. r , ,A ii bf lf There were seven girls on the l 1 hi , Dpi i'Ss s b ' starting team lbattinglover .300, and 'Gisli . f ' IQ if the leading h1tter,, with an average A ii .442, was Sue Gillie. The team also i, if'fi'i'.T i i ?J"! it i had three All-State tournament .gnu---"' I . . 1 x News-s-f' : . - S3 ' ,i,..f-faifvafi' ov K-. ',Q'f.--,., "'?" v ,,...4- .,,--I'N -. f . 'f ,'F" A., '78 GIRLS SOFTBALL M , ,JE 'K' 4-all K S -K i players. They were Kim Cooper, Kelly Morgan, and Beckie Trimble. Honorable mention was given to Judy Callahan. The Lions, with only two positions to fill, will be back for the ,79 season in full strength. The graduating seniors were right fielder, Bonnie Lewis and Kelly Morgan. RIGHT: Senior Kelly Morgan gets to first base: now she's relying on a teammate to bring her in. LEFT: Judy Callahan shows why she has a record of 14 wins, 2 losses in the pitching department. V, , f Q.. if Q an-fi ' mf ,5 ,Q-jg! Am' 1, 3, M v J. 'f'1ut'. 2192 139-rr V .f M b. ,, Ni' ,L vf, rf, -v N-f"w'-' '-'rx 'f , we-jim" 1 , M 1.1.-W H " ' ' ,"',e"- , mt! p..L'M"iV "f ' r 43 EQ Q L 7 leri isfffi WW V S g.rJ'ff1ff5i'f3 iiiiioii 'ji irsos 7f iioii LAHSTQPPQITLLT in K 11 S 5 301611 rapl . -Y pk m Maori o valleys, a r s ll Qs'2r1trH11B L 101 Northiq L ' is L ' L5' ','g Vg,Ak I V, In - my k-'k 'A K K Trevor Brownell lsrl L 3 , as L ,L 5, Qariflilaydehif ' ' J. L-f'?f f lf Qwelbavk 1 it if 2 sisa 1 :fly-6 . E91 - Haag Q rlss 5 ' r f slsr f'g:gQe15s lSh5dGWT1M9l39t5l13affiliffS lsrr T isei 4 f 4.,r A . 'V'7, w,., , , vik' .L A f1 ' S, 1 , , ,, . , , , . i, U4Vf m4,k.-,L, f ts, L at T it at , A, ,'7'. , 4 l 1 4 soaoi S if rl ira an .L Trevc5ri2Bii1Wne 1 lilar as T 51 S sali g T 5 , f 'S S' ii ' ' ' on N fi:'figsffgigiffiii ffilfflfff:31f7v,':-1" ' AL M , QL n stress 2 Tzfiffifil4i!ii5inlf:iffigiyifiiiEifi5?3fiEf? lL1 ffsjiigsfjii5L1?Tb5l?lgi1Q:vifgfigagQ?g5if:giigififfs Q fQ' M L A La k gf fe: 3, k ,g , g i? ifiifg : Q Catcher, Lisa Starks is as good behind the plate as she is standing over it. Lisa batted over .300 this season. All State Tournament player, Beckie Trem- ble did an excellent job this season covering first base. Batting, Lisa Starks, is tied with three other teammates with two home runs apiece. Lisa is very depended on. GIRLS SOFTBALL 79 n - ' ' . N z A gl, ig h ' .Q it 0 t 9 v An ' " I-1 P 4 We 'Q ' "1 TRACK 'X XMI , 5 I E 4 -C. Quai 'Awww E , ff-Vi in ,f',50'1.4d..": A . ., , A Q Y ,,f I I all , K! J? 6. QL, ,HA,,QKx,w,3,1 fr 'if Aww Kms , , h I A Ak .V Y A b Q . . K4 gf , , ' g . I M, f 9 3 ' . v H h -. -, yi Hg, u xl pf ., i ff f' . 5 K . I gy, ru 'g y z ,, ' f if - ' f 'F 1 'f'0'3+w1f . fw f.ff,' ,. vf f' .'." 9' '- -' " ' I ,F i ,M N IH, 6 A' A I, A gl, W, fy 1. gi V y ff 'i.J3df4iiA.5,,,. yqki lfm ns... ,:,,, ,f ff 2' Ann JL ' ., ff' b " A X " ' Q. New W, u., 1 1' 1' ' Q? f - 3 Q.: , W frniq 1, .iv . mm ? , sg "ff-'B f "' ""?'11M"' ! 1977 Varsity second in Divisionals Alhambra's Varsity and J.V. track teams both finished their seasons last year with eight wins, one loss. The Freshman squad had a great year with a record of seven wins, no losses, and one tie. The 1977 Varsity track team finished second in Divisionals. They kept up the pace by placing Track teams this year had a hard time starting their season due to the heavy rain and flooding of the track and field. At FORTRESS press time, the Varsity Team had won its first meet against Carl A V ,VARSITY TRACK A seventh in state. Hayden by the score of 103 to 23. ct,ts,r A f 7. AHS. OPRV A 91.0 I 45151: 'sei .. . . .asfiw-QsazfgverQ - 'ran PTT. ' . 1 iist 1 ' t TRACK 114 . Y 'LJV TRACK 1 garr 7 101 7 ' 26 saga .1 3 n .f A 'Browne 87 40 tna's : W AHS OPP. ,lfi1',1f1 V. gs AHS OPP. qxzq 55 g. V K 2 In K. fV,, , In .V V 'li V . iitrfgetiggggiback . 5? jgflfifevor. Browne 86 55 1 97 37 Wzilfbadia vs as 7 15 :.'Ce?if?fdff2ii5fgr:', 25 fl 'sfs f ?i3iivay Meet: ii 124 1 ' 126 1 f aeegnt igigigfggmbra 42 ifflioenix Union 119 5 1 T1'?Y9??f?1fQWH9 32 45 ' ffiflvlairyvale 66 f 91V2 16W iwegflfilf if 1 74 29 :elifswashington 59 . 117 3 ffCamQH?3ek'i A 90 36 Qififfestwood ev: ?3afif11.r 25 SQf????ii 't', A ' 60 60 1-gS5fstem Relays 92 . gtitffelyvale 65 69 Maf75fY?ief.V A g 38 A. Divisional 2nd Place 7 25 1 A 96 26 no a .sae 'Yth Place W- 1 1.1 ,-,, try. 1 OSS V J-,VV, , OSS -A 1 ::.fgifg2i r'.ss 19715001937 f ' s :fm A ' . .7 If P riii v . if ' "ar g flif N.. if "" T .. .Q fi' "I J .--.-g I f i 1-1. "' :"-fs.. Q .r s -r fr R - ' aa . 1 1 .5 Vi ' ir 4 KKAQ c" , .. R e ,. ' J- , ,g- xxgy fn E-cj- . A 'Nu' A J' , .., ' 4, i A Q ' R V Q4 K gb A A - Pi si ' ' 1 1 " Q i A is -' .. - - - . f 'V' T' U .': .3 l A. .. .KX ,jx is 1 lfgs- xxx Q W ,, E Q I K i . as . r...r -me . N sa K .. .. ........ . , .. 4 , ' -sq A ,,,,. .. . ,,,, , D L f -Q1iaM4i ?Qw, . " . . X - W- .,... . 13.21 anaaf- -., -- VARSITY TRACK-FRONT ROW: Coach Morrison, Mgr. L. McNutt, J. Ferguson, C. Shillington, S. Monroe, K. Halal, M. Benson, G. Bell, D. Chapman, Coach Kersting, Mgr. J. Vasquez. SECOND ROW: Coach Starks, M. King, L. Pernick, B. Watkins, L. Randleman, M. Sorrell. Johnson, D. Ohton,' R. Bartee, C. Werking, Coach Geske. THIRD la . .. - ROW: R. Green, T. Taylor, D. Richards, D. Wood, B. Rench, P. Colla W. Olsker, M. Staurt, M. Smith. BACK ROW: R. Bartee, B. Anderson J. Meyer, M. Callahan, R. Ohton, T. Smith, C. Putnum, S. Rath, B BOYS TRACK 81 My , 22 .. 'i O9 . 5 ,, aeg . . ffA g . f - .,.. y QA' Irr A I L,L,,,LL , , A 4 . V, . A .V V .2 ' ' 1 V.: ,V I fivmpmlullluv I Q. . ,.W, , i " -1" f '- - , f . . I 1. 'f , .. . 4' V ffl, 'A-' 'fi J K, I 5 :a JV TRACK-FRONT ROW: A. Morales, L. Coates, D. Powell, G. Wen- dorf, D. Blue. SECOND ROW: Coach Starks, J. Pizzo, T. Williams, T. Graves, S. Noble, Coach Kersting. THIRD ROW: P. Flippen, S. Krauz, V. Rangel, R. Pierce, K. Bartee, S. Rath. FOURTH ROW: C. Shillington, S. Monroe, T. Griego, S. Houstan, M. Hall, A. Hernan- 3 XQFSQ, Q. .... E n 82 BOYS TRACK - , ,u 'ul V, qi. I if H 1 ' dez, B. Gallahger. FIFTH ROW: E. Dressel, K. McCormick, T. Boorn, J. Agne, J. Dolyniuk, D. Martindale. SIXTH ROW: R. Allen, M. Pe- ters, R. Taylor, C. Werking, E. Beene, J. Darrah. BACK ROW: R. Smith, W. Lyall, M. Klooster, M. Paulsen, B. Rench, D. Masters. LEFT: Doug Chapman fVarsityJ participates in the long jump in the meet against Carl Hayden. BELOW: Wally Olsker fVarsityl hands the baton to Raul Ohton while competing in the 880 yard relay. , L' sjrfw 'gif .. ...wma S . as ...J-auf. -was se-,Q A-he ,L ..- Z ,Vi . P ".i'5i.Ei LEFT: Mitch Callahan fVarsityJ shows good form in the discus throw striving for distance and staying within the circle so as not to foul. ABOVE: Jim Meyers Warsityl takes the lead in the high hurdles. FRESHMAN TRACK-FRONT ROW: Coach Starks, J. Dolyniuk, J. Pizzo, T. Williams, T. Graves, S. Noble, J. Darrah. SECOND ROW: P. Flippen, S. Houstan, M. Hall, V. Rangel, R. Pierce, E. Beene. Z af e,-K S Q x S 3 3 E . 5 I i S 2 Q BACK ROW: M. Klooster, W. Lyall, J. Agne, T. Griego, E. Dressel, D. Masters. 5 'w K - ,X V ', ' 'K il q " 1 is X 'V by Q Q J r 4 l x ' ks' - 1. M A . L.. V5 5 by A M6 V v' 'fr 4: 1 ,., .H -,..- M f - ,, iv if v- is J QA. ' A TQ J l s ' Q. - " ' " 'a-af' l ' iea . ss 'T 1 A . . .. r . 1 - Q: . t : 3, K In kr -1- 'V A Q. ' k K .iv F --M . 1 s ,, if at , ...- A L f 1 ,, S.. , Y E "... , . K I .rg l ' " is ' J A sit A F' I . -k ,.... J J t if' A J f Mfg. ... AAVVV . , I ,. .H M K, VV ...X , was , if ' I ' h I-- , .Y V im .. 5 5 li F t. J T- fi 5 'fic : Aj C i ' j i 'Mp is .: --.,.. Q1 Q A - not . ,'-- A --, A . 1 .. --,, ,,,1' ,K 4., . , .3 5 A A L 114 . Q V ,i .4 - -- x X Q l -7 LLVN I A . .. . K k,.LLL4 ...v. w,N?Vk.i ..,.,,..,-.- ,NI r 1 x . -- .wa-...f 11, 1 V' vi W --f -- . :.- ,:1 : , .. f- ,... ' .g f' -av ,,,.. 2 . .. ,,. . f -'f - .:- R, --f. .. K BOYS TRACK 83 Girls Track first in Divisionals rr rr ' r rr r r rr' A rr rrr rrr,rrr rrrrr W ,- , .V,A V, k . .rrw i , . .r.. 'r,, A ,,.L f rrrr rri, iiss f - . rrrrr p as c - , k rrrrrrrr rrrrr hrr rr l r cs, 4 et I ?2Q3!?!?ll1?ki?li alisi Q 'fr it rhvr rrggrk f rrA ata if E Taking first place in divisionals and seventh place in State, the 1977 Varsity Girls Track team ended their season with ten wins and one loss. Dominated by freshmen and sophomores, the team won five dual meets and took the dual meet Q championship. They also won the Valley Classics for girls at Trevor Browne, the Phoenix system relays, and the district meet. The 1977 J.V. team showed good promise by posting four wins against one loss. Trish Esquivel takes the lead for Alhambra during the Phoenix Union High track meet. at za Myra Owens, a varsity team member, participates in the long jump. 84 GIRLS TRACK Becky Turley takes part in the shot put during the Phoenix Union meet s 1 VARSITY GIRLS TRACK- FRONT ROW: L. Shapiro, R. Rogers, Mgrs. SECOND ROW: K. Miller, C. Arnold, L. Ingle, D. Patterson, A Swadener, C. De La Fuente, B. Homolka. THIRD ROW: D. Freeman FOURTH ROW: D. Johnson, M. Heiland, K. Cooper, T. Williams, R. Lackman, J. Nevins. BACK ROW: Coach Stephenson, M. Owens, L. Manley, A. Miller, A. Kommer, K. Lomuscio, M. Jorgensen, Coach Nassif. J. Freemam, D. Martin, B. Turley, S. Cassin, S. Jacques, P. Esquivel at .HL A A . - ' I I K V, .,,.. ... .. . . - f - - I - .. N- .. - V- - - - - .. .. . 4 S , X , - .......,,.,.... , . . ....... . -....,,,,... , Y exm m , ,.,. w.-swf, X , ,K , . ... - .. .4-. W JV GIRLS TRACK- FRONT ROW: C. Havlik, M. Hiland, K. O'Reilly, Hoffarth, M. Mardeusz, C. Swain, S. Smith, T. O'Brien, D. Turner, G. M. Litsey, A. Secanti. SECOND ROW: P. Kirkman, K. Werking, D. Staten. BACK ROW: Coach Stephenson, R. Thomas, C. Havlik, L. Smith, C. McDonough, T. Morgan, J. Grantham. THIRD ROW: N. Young, S. Harland, Coach Venetis. GIRLS TRACK 85 Q Q Q Varsity, take Cross Countr honors vARs1.i1aqi caoss coomav AHS OPP. Marcos De Niza 40 18 Saguaro 24 35 Central 22 37 .Apollo A 32 23 -Brophy 18 43' North 20 39 Maryvale I 31 24 Phoenix Union 16 47 Carl Hayden 15 50 Trevor Browne . 15 50 Camelback p . , ,r e . 19 422 West .. l3leJe ,re ' 19 41g 2 DIVISIONtl'ffff rlrl 1 5fCI'IAMPS '2 2' Divisional 2 State Meet. -Placed 16th .9 3 Losses, Varsity Cross Country had an out- standing year. With eight wins and three losses, they were Phoenix Divi- sional Champions. The team,s most valuable player was Ken Halal. Ken led the team in the squad ranking by being number one. He also led the team to the Divi- sional Championship where he placed seond. Ken ran over one thou- sand two hundred miles this season. The Junior Varsity team had an outstanding year also. Ending the season with nine wins and three losses they were city champions. Sophomore Mike Benson was the outstanding runner. He was also most improved player. Freshman Tom Williams was outstanding frosh runner. Tom lettered as a freshman. JUNIOR VARSITY CROSS 12 2 COUNTRY A f AHS OPP. Marco De Niza 32 26 Saguaro p 25 32 Central , tgty 1 g teey 15 , Q50 Apollojji .r, L Fifi gf 44 g A p .g.2.1.t,iy.-g.p Brophy 2..Q .eii Q 1 'ltrs I 15 2 ,12tis 2-p2f S46 2 Independence 15 g 5:50 North 19 ,242 Maryvale 24 31 Phoenix Union No Race 2 Carl Hayden No Race I Trevoriiiawne 30 lo.e. .1.r I Camslbiislifl t.o21.f otolo. f ,I N0 t'1t.t West .o2. 2--21teil2 20 . 7 2.o2 City AM-eet'2f . lst placeft,-t222.tio 2, 7 Wins, 3 Losses, 5 f X 1 1- . 1 VARSITY AND JV CROSS COUNTRY-BOTTOM ROW: H. Wong, T. Chapman. TOP ROW: Coach Morrison, K. Halal, T. Taylor, M. Smith, J. Williams, S. Brady. SECOND ROW: E. Alvey, M. Benson, B. Forbes, E. O'Callaghan, G. Bell. NOT SHOWN: R. LeDesma. Beene. THIRD ROW: D. Mabry, N. Caruso, M. Stuart, R. Gillespie, D. CROSS COUNTRY 87 Girls Cross Country Largest In State This year's Girl's Cross Country team won several honors. Dawn Freeman who was most valuable finished in first place six times out of eight. The team had many accomplish- ments. They were winners of the Squaw Peak Invitational for the first time and they also were divisional champios. Three of the teams outstanding players were: Anita Habeich, Dawn Becky Homolka, Coty Hernandez, Amy Swadener and Anita Habeich practice their running skills in the quad before a track meet. Freeman and Shari Cassin. They were named to the All Division Cross Country Team, where they were run- ners up at the Invitational. stit . . ..,. .. ., ,, ..r.. .,i, : ,ai .shr ' :fav-. ..., . 1 . :asv GIRLS CROSS COUNTRY- BOTTOM ROW: A. Swadener, C. Hernan- Harker, S. Cassin, A. Secanti, S. Walsh, M. Staten Lmanagerl. TOP ROW: dez, B. Homolka, M. Heiland. SECOND ROW: Mrs. Lines, L. Zimmer- M. Heiland, T. Watson, C. Wasyl, B. Hauer, L. Manley, T. Ryan, D. man, D. Patterson, C. Sharpe, S, Manhardt, T. Harris, J. Bruder. THIRD Freeman, J. Miller. Not Pictured: Patricia Esquivel, Debbie Sharpe. ROW: T. Clemens frnanagerb, P. Hutchison, A. Habeich, M. Mardeusz, J. 88 GIRLS CROSS COUNTRY : L I l 1 GIRLS GOLF - Ms. Vollstedt. Front Row: Kelly Merten, Lauri Merten, Claire Swadener, Denise Qualtire. Back Row: Beth Ruebsame, Lisa Stark. Girls Golf takes State Championship Alhambra's Girls Golf has proven to be one of the swingingest teams around. They went undefeated in season play with a record of 11 wins, 0 losses. The Lions' toughest match in regular season play was against the State Champions of Agua Fria. Alhambra beat Agua Fria with a few strokes to spare. In the Divisionals, the Lions placed four in the top fifteen posi- tions. Agua Fria finished first with a tight three-stroke lead over Alham- bra. Senior Lauri Merten lead the Lions as she placed second in the Di- visional Tournament. Lauri also re- ceived National recognition this year, she placed second in the na- tional P.G.A. tournament for ama- teur golfers. Kelly Merten took fifth place in the division, while Lisa Stark worked for a solid ninth. Denise Qualtire rounded out the Lions's roar with the eleventh spot. Also having a fine round was Claire Swadener. To end the season, the Alhambra Girls' Golf team placed first in the State Tournament. Kelly Merten, the teams number one play- er, placed second in the National P,G.A. tour- nament for amateurs. g Ugjfgfiri GIRLS GOLF f r.., y A. -AHS OPP. McClintock 222 225 Xavier -I . I - 247 Miami 233 288 Marco De Niza 236 300 East Forfeit McClintock I 232 234 South, a - - 363 Ceintralf, y I 247 342 A e Arif!-aiifiifiiiiffrfiei' 237 242 . p. . I .- E259 sesr Browne' 218 . 311 fjjflifgiyijgififllr Wins, p 0 Losses I GIRLS GOLF 89 Owens, Pelfrey, Selvey lead teams VARSITY BADMINTON AHS Maryvale 4 West 6 Central 6 North 9 Maryvale 5 East 5 South 9 Trevor Browne 7 Carl Hayden 4 Camelback 3 Moon Valley 6 West 8 9 Wins, 3 Losses OPP. 5 3 3 0 4 4 0 2 5 6 3 1 Myra Owens, the varsity team's number one player and Cathy Pel- frey, number two, teamed up to have an undefeated season. This qualified them for the state tourna- ment. In singles, Myra had a record of 9 wins and 3 losses. Cathy ended the season with an 8-4 record. The doubles teams went to the state tournament. All varsity players received a gold medal by defeating fifty percent or more of their opponents. Junior Varsity's number one players were Karen Selvey and Gla- dis Acosta. Karen finished the season with a 9-2 record. Karen and Kathleen Stewart earned var- sity positions at the close of the season. Wendi Moulton and Lisa Rochen- field made the starting team as first year players. JUNIOR VARSITY BADMINTON AHS OPP. Maryvale '7 2 West 5 4 Central 6 p 3 North J 9 0 Maryvale S 5 4 East I 1 S 1 A Trevor Browne 9 0 I Carl Hayden- I 0 I in 9 Camelback I 1 4 A . V 5 sMoonrVai1ey s I. j 6 .y . I 71 .West South, psgggrr A I 9. .3 g if Y . ' VARSITY AND JUNIOR VARSITY- BOTTOM ROW: K. Selvey, J. THIRD ROW: M. Owens, K. Stewart, K. Kelly, M. Rockenfield, W. Vasquez, W. Moulton, K. Flores, C. Pelfrey. SECOND ROW: M. Sel- Wilson, K. Niehuis, M. Brogdon, S. Wilson. TOP ROW: Mrs. Stacy. vey, K. Kersting, L. Davis, G. Acosta, S. Zeigler, D. Celnett, T. Bohn. NOT SHOWN: S. Lamb, K. Morgan. 90 VARSITY, JV BADMINTON uw TOP LEFT: Myra Owens prepares to serve as, Cathy Pelfrey awaits the return. TOP RIGHT: Kelly Morgan shows a look of relief at a home game. TO THE LEFT: The team's number one player, Myra Owens, is pictured as she smashes the opposition. BELOW: Cathy Pelfrey uses a power return in an exciting home match. BADMINTON 91 Varsity spikes its wa to State This year's Varsity Volleyball won the Divisional Championship. Cap- tain, Bonnie Lewis, awarded out- standing player, also made co-captain for the all state tournament team. The team then went on to be first runner up for the state championship. The following team members were selected for their ability in their sport. They were Ellen Bowler-sec- ond team all state, Patty Nathan- first team all division, Becky Trible- second team all state, first team all division and first team all tourna- ment, Cheryl Dolynick-first team all state and second team all division, Sue Gillie-second team all state and first team all division tournament. Players were honorable mention were: Cheryl Dolynick, most im- proved player and Becky Trimble, Spark Plug. swaasaaasses sxgggyaiiass QMM?HQEEQEEE QQQQEXEEQEQEE ERQQQQQQQQQ SQWQQQXQEQEH QQQ QMQQEQQX is is Q Elia, if be E2 fg if 33 EK? VARSITY VOLLEYBALL-BOTTOM ROW: Patty Nathan, Coach Wat- Anderson, Becky Trimble, Ellen Bowler, Sue Gillie, Bonnie Lewis kins, Lisa Gahafer, Cheryl Dolynick, Kathy Yockey, TOP ROW: Coach 92 VARSITY VOLLEYBALL 'W' Y R . 'Q 1'-5' A----........,,,,,, ..W, I , -'jjf-Q! Becky Trimble prepares to receive an oppo- The Varsity team prepares to receive a serve Lisa Gahafer and a teammate attempt to win a nent's return during the tournament. from the opposition at the state tourney. critical game at the state tournament. JV Volle ball posts 10-2 season P J V VOLLEYBALL-BOTTOM ROW: M. Gherardi, L. Ghererdi. MID- ROW: B. Edwards, D. Wilbourn, R. Williams, S. Harland, C. Havlik, DLE ROW: B. Turley, L. Ingle, B. Neely, K. Green, C. Smith. TOP Miss Bolan, M. Williams, R. Pierei. JV VOLLEYBALL 93 'A' i vJM'V21:'MA'l Y V fs, Varsity Golf Captures isakasetiseesQQQEHQEQQQSQ T 0 T l .t assesses q,.?.t siskgsamaaas gfiflg fi siisatasissstsassssssssQQQQSZQR? Etittsiiissatisfiaatsssssaatif ,iv ,313 55:5 lfdfagiiiy Q fig, :Mgt , we vpcfw. H: was Nw. tx ' ' if Qrswi 'f', 1 'Rabi fffa 2 as hv"f r w'h' X'f2 ' rqtvleegiiff'w6i,:.D,uibf,3:?w , x ax, , c, wrcwh H as -5:91 at H, U wgfiaii: WWMMMM ssaaaeaaaeaaa taeaaci Qegakkesaessssieeamlf g Qi i ,n QWEESESQXKQSQQERQEEN LK ,l M,, VM l nn ,,, , l K Qw, . M t w , , MM Q i'iXQ3i'3Y9lL'f.f'?1q '.zt X'.' 1 V J ga33:5aM.5,:,,y,gf gg 52:15 ,sa , n. at, A .Sian second place Led by senior varsity team mem- ber Greg Perkins, the 1977 varsity team placed second in Divisionals but placed second-to-last in State competition. The golf team won in Division twelve matches, dropped eleven and tied one. The highlight of last year was the Camelback Invita- tional in which the Lions captured fourth place. Kevin Garrison practices a chip shot from the short rough in order to reach the pin. Scott Bratcher, Varsity team member, prac- tices a tee shot before a golf match with Central VARSITY BOYS GOLF- Coach Duncan, Bob Shackell, Kevin Garrison, Eddy Adams, Steve OlCallaghan, Scott Bratcher. 1-dv , , ,.,,.,,,. , -I VX., I :5,,zlz jgjgfil ,J , ' cSagQr!!!r9'N A 2 J, ifend rcher takes to rank u we so . M I h O KJKV F f - H 1977 t t amplons 1p in n a e , r The Alhambra girls Archery Valuable Player on the Varsity 4 'V A it team, having won the state title team. Pat Warner was chosen the ,e,A sJ wjl lyt 331, 4 f for the first time in ten years, was an Most Valuable Player on the JV 253 fhvr 7 J r inspiration for all of the girls. Dur- team. ssst A 7 11: ' ing the 1976-77 season, Michelle Edwards was donned the Most 1 y VARSITY ARCHERYV1 During the 1977-78 season, Donna Gelnett was the number one player. 1sfl12,11i1tf3v ARoHERY 1??f?35???lb8Gk A 7 AHS OPP '.Q'.' f 'f..s' ' , 1 West jgfanmlback 2:36510 'I South 2,6521 Hayden 2556 2597 2580 2238 2458 2558 2558 A 2574721 .feif 2561 2179 1739 1440 21861 seee 26192 West' 6 G 'sgarnelback 7 Basis' . isirfith' A ffjlayden East-i .1 "'r jf er aer a A a e s 1 2 re e2 1 "ihi ff AHS 2084 2094 2304 1614 2013 2037 2037 7 2071 OPP. 1030 2352 336 653 2380 1852 Zoe Soto and Sue Shourds practice on being precise for their match. ' 7 sQff'ff,15 .Q . 2 Q 2536911fff31.?3?ia12 it Q 2172 A -+- J eialnia 7. 26665 l l is 1 f 22172 7 . 29288 an -A Taking careful aim at the target requires concentration as shown by Zoe. ARCHERY-FRONT ROW: Shannon Wilson, Debra Pearce, Kathy Flores. BACK ROW: Donna Gelnett, Sue Shourds, Zoe Soto, Cindy Mfvlff, Shourds, Sandy Erickson. NOT PICTURED: Sue Johnson, Julie Baker, Anna Treinan. 4' sv-xi, R Q4 ARCHERY 95 Cooke leads Varsity to victor The Varsity Tennis team was very successful last year. They fin- ished the season with 10 wins, 2 los- ses. They lost to East and Central high schools. i11i55lii2iiiaifyiigixisvzggs z,e,Q 52422 fex , QQHe:f.G.Q2 1122 ,fX', Q 'sfiffg an 2 vysry f 9 - .' 5 '43 fi :ff H :rig syn img ,'a.1nfcJrrf'iUJnfWQ'9:9,'a,' v ,U PM is H t u H t , 'Ne-. Jfiaf 'eidifsf 5Q"FfJ:hI ff "f"U.'5f 3'f,':,Z fa?-sfr ,iajwfs ig it-'.'1f,'alr F- ffl' ff 5.'5,'nY,'h3'5F5 I QMg'.'f. The Freshman team proved to be a very strong team. Last year their record was 11 wins and only 1 loss. The JV Tennis team also had a very good season with a finished score of 10 wins and 2 losses. They lost to Central and Camelback high schools. Roger Cooke, the number one Varsity tennis player, gives his all when out on the court. xl T 'Z' Nl, fe-Qc , .. ,C a tts 1- 'vs VARSITY BOYS TENNIS- FRONT ROW: Skip Neeley, Jay McCoy, Robert Sloekers, Richard Gentry, Eric Gese. Robert Tang. BACK ROW: Coach Deitrich, Jerry McCoy, Roger Cooke, 96 BOYS TENNIS Bovs Jv TENNIS ' BOYS FRESHMAN TENNIS y AHS OPP. AHS OPP. Central East 2 Phoenix Union Maryvale 4 West South 0 North Trevor Browne 3 Camelback Carl Hayden 0 East Camelback 7 South Phoenix Union 1 Trevor Browne West 2 South Maryvale 3 Maryvale South 0 Trevor Browne Central 3 Central North 3 + 10 Wins,j2fLosses 11 Wins, lgLoss 1977 Scores 197178 SCGTCS Robbie Tang, Varsity tennis, shows his form in this tennis match against Phoenix Union. mgiawzl g 'S I I t isi A if l ,Q t !Tl"Y"' ei-Q11.v. JV TENNIS-FRONT ROW: Boyd Arnold, Robert Christensen, Scott MacDonald, Matt Hoffarth. BACK ROW: Coach Deitrich, Raymond FRESHMAN BOYS TENNIS- FRONT ROW: Joe D'Agostino, Jay Legan, Mark Hoorneman, Chris Drew, Ernie Mose, Matt Hoffarth, Chris Swadener. BACK ROW: Robert Espinosa, Bill Nelson, Todd r B K ,X 5121 Y , wgfjsvgirgffsn' A - W L v A ' i ::::e: , 2 B 1 T ' :SS iiit : C f y . 2 1 A , W teeee: 1 , ,,.. . .os..s2tf-:lst Olsen, Terry Gellenbeck, Jerry Carnal, Brad Carothers, David Fox. Sloan, Steve Rouette, John Markosian, Brad Carothers, Coach Heffer 'Y Girls arsity Tennis shows promise The 1977, Glflis Varsity, Tennis Mavey, and Cathy Pelfrey. were fifty percent medal winners. team had f1ve members w1n over Sherri Hughes was the J,V, The Trevor Browne Award was fifty Percent Of the medals- They team's Most Valuable Player. Along given to Stephanie Clark and the were Nancy Martin, Most Valuable with Sherri, ChI'lS Bf21lCl'l6I', SI6pl'l- M051 Imprgved Player was Bonnie Player? B0l1HiS Lewis, Teresa anie Clark, and Sandra Faulkner Lewis, r l. 1 A Q Q25Qi1ziiiiifzsiillltzsviii i2 I I I in at A I Junior Stephanie Clark smashes a return in a match against Central. VARSITY GIRLS TENNIS: Cathy Pelfrey, Cinda Foster, Sue Gillie, Bonnie Lewis, Tammy Watson, Yolanda Gotcher. 98 GIRLS TENNIS J.V. TENNIS: Cheryl Spere, Jill Sword, Elvia Gotcher, Patty Dziuk, Linda Carlson, Leanne Thrasher, Arleen Burckley, Cara Smith, Louise Webb. GIRLS JV TENNIS 8 Wins, 3 Losses 1977 Scores Junior Stephanie Clark tries a line drive in a game against Central. Cinda Foster concentrates on returning a service from an opponent. Cinda Foster relaxes and bounces the ball before serving to Central. Q '1 . 'H.,,,,fi . a i f Z W , , ,, , .-.L 1---:'w'ff:'2z ...a. W I ' - ,,,,,,, ,.W,ff V , tml, ,,,,.,-..,,....a,a- 9 f AHS OPP. Central 0 9 Phoenix Union 9 0 West 4 5 North 5 4 Camelback 4 2 East 7 5 South 6 3 Carl Hayden 9 0 Maryvale 5 4 Trevor Browne 4 0 Central 1 ll lla . J,Q?W rf -at ml' TOGETHER TIME ylwlml ART CLUB FRONT ROW: Mrs. Macon, M. Cox, B. Wright, B. Wilson, J. Smith, K. May, C. Cox, E. Harris. BACK ROW: S. Haney, R. Bailey, M. Homer, M. Warner, R. Vlach, B. Cooper, J. Smith. Art, AFS contribute to Art Club was headed by Carolyn Cox, president. The club's objective was to perform service projects such as printing posters and programs for school activities. AFS was sponsored by Mr. Bar- tholomew. The club brought many new faces to Alhambra this year from such countries as Sweden, Denmark, Panama, and El Salva- lhambra dor. This was made possible through their annual stock sale. Funds are also used to send Alhambra stu- dents abroad. AFS-FRONT ROW: E. Bjelfvenstam, Z. Soto, L. Egry, I. Tiraboschi, BACK ROW: Mr. Tillotson, L. Frye, R. Carrol, M. Roja, G. Malick, S. B. Amavisca, SECOND ROW: C. Yocky, C. Sutton, T. Carpenter, K. Chung, K. Hall, T. Turpin, J. Kristensen, M. Scott, K. Roach, D. Gibbons, K. Hall, T. Bryant, K. White, K. Roach, V. Comadina. Solomon, V. Villavicencio, Mr. Bartholomew. 102 ART, AFS BOWLING CLUB-FRONT ROW: Mr. E. Geist, J. Freeman, K. D. Soulvie. BACK ROW: D. Bailey, D. Kiser, G. Mathews, K. May, A. Forstie, B. May, M. Peapenburg, B. Roever, J. Freeman, J. Sarver, I-Iallagan. B l' Cl b k t 'k' The Bowling Club met every Mon- art of bowling and improving their Gillum, and Danny Soulvie. Mr. day this year at Brunswick Bowling games. Among the top bowlers of Boglio and Mr. Geist were the club Lanes. The members had a lot of this year were Karen Johnson, Tina sponsors. fun and learned the basics in the Airway' Wi " BOWLING CLUB-FRONT ROW: K. Johnson, S. Castillo, L. Mc- Mr. A. Boglio, R. Stanley, M. Woody, J. Brewer, J. Smith, T. Peapen- Coniga, W. Brewer, M. Trimka, D. Reed. SECOND ROW: C. Gegen- burg. heimer, K. Stanley, J. Smith, J. Soulvie, A. Ronsheim. BACK ROW: BOWLING 103 GERMAN CLUB-FRONT ROW: Mrs. Schiele, L. Coons, K. Kay, L. burg, J. Rowan, J. Ward, G. Wolf. Nelson, D. Sain, M. Hinderliter. BACK ROW: M. Colvin, M. Peapen- Languages, cultures stressed in clubs The German Club spread the German influence over the campus this year with such activities as translating recipes and preparing German dishes. Mrs. Schiele was the new sponsor this year. Spanish Club was very active this year being led by Pat Lopez, president. Spanish Club held their annual foreign language Christmas party. Fund raising for this years Spanish Club convention in No- gales, Arizona, was their main ob- jective. Fund raising activities consisted of car washes and bake sales. 5 SPANISH CLUB-FRONT ROW: D. Payne, E. Celaya, C. Gamez. ham, T. O'Hara, Mr. Guzman, M. Lange, J. Delatorre, A. Treinen, SECOND ROW: M. Garrido, T. Carpenter, L. Pacheco, J. Lopez, P. M. Meyers, P. Amavisca, B. Amavisca. Lopez, L. Nelson, V. Villavicenio. BACK ROW: R. Celaya, D. Bon- 104 GERMAN, SPANISH r bi fl B SKI CLUB-FRONT ROW: K. Brandenburg, E. Bjelfvenstam, A. Cay- Pernick, G. Smallidge, J. Jaco, R. Moffitt, T. Murphy, S. Smith. wood, M. Cottew, K. West. SECOND ROW: C. Bridgeman, N. Caruso, BACK ROW: L. Abrams, K. McCormick, D. Sullivan, S. Monroe. L. Murphy, R. Bennett, J. Sarver. THIRD ROW: J. Fitzpatrick, L. Ski Grinnell get back to nature Ski Club, under the sponsorship of Mr. Beauvais, was very active this year. The club saw ski movies and went on snow skiing trips. The club officers were Steve Monroe, president, John Fitzpatrick, vice- president, Jill Sarver, secretary, and Alan Caywood, treasurer. The Grinnell Club was led by John Ritter, president. They went on hiking trips and over-nighters. Mr. Shoger sponsored the club. GRINNELL CLUB-FRONT ROW: L. Muns, R. Carroll, D. Richmond, ROW: Mrs. Pratt, R. Griffith, G. Sorrell, J. Ritter, T. Walke, B. Heer D. Reed, R. Ramsey, S. Blackwell, N. Arnold, Mr. Coffey. BACK G. Arnold, D. Hopkins, P. Domzalski, Mr. Shoger. SKI GRINNELL 105 DECA-SENIORS-BOTTOM ROW: Sam Dougherty, Jim Craig, Janet Tom Fierros, Shelly Potter, Alfonso Gomez, Cheryl Baize, Steve He Bartlett, Debbie Bell, Debbie Greff. SECOND ROW: Kristin Cheney- bert, Gary Gettings, Eric Tulley. TOP ROW: Norman Tarr, Greg Flip Advisor, Dan Baker, Deanna Avram, Cathy Mitchell, Beverly Wolf, pen, Craig Sadberry. Anna Lovato, Cathy Reyes. THIRD ROW: Tony Hood, Phillip North, DECA-JUNIORS-BOTTOM ROW: Kevin Jones, Bill Abbott, Tom Beth Wilcox, Carol Arico, Lois Brooks, Melanie Geyer. TOP ROW: McMurdy, Henri Egter Van Wisserke. MIDDLE ROW: Kim Fortenber- Carole Alcantar, Karen Selvey, Rita Woody, Diane Ybanez, Stephanie ry, Sue Smith, Marcie Williams, Lisa O'Connell, Cathy Flowers, Forman, Stephanie Clark, Sheila Shapiro, Angie Sporrer. 106 DECA Kri tin Chene new DECA advisor " ja ' or . 1 Q ra as .,. f , W ff ,,,,, ,M -N, .1 .t.a,..,t,,WA , 2' fm? ll 1 .f f"' A ,,,, . 'W .ff?9"7?' Q ,ff f1f,f'Yf"i 'V f ' " V WWW' ff? A f fwwvm , , f M, ,fr ABOVE: Kathy Patten-President BELOW: Senior Randy Raux bought the cream pie that was thrown into Mr. Goodwin's face at the marathon. DECA had a very successful year, under the supervision of Kristin Cheney, the new DECA advisor, and led by President Kathy Patten. The club contributed to this yearis Homecoming activities by selling balloons in the quad and during the game. DECA's Rabbit also made an annual appearance for the balloon lift off at the Home- coming assembly. One of the outstanding accom- plishments was acquiring a Procla- mation signed by Governor Wesley Bolin, proclaiming National Voca- tional Education Week. DECA also constructed a billboard for promo- tion of the week of February 12th- 18th. DECA once again chose the An- nual Muscular Dystophy Dance Marathon for their major civic activity. With help from guests Ken Coy, Al McCoy, and Greg Mills, the marathon raised over 33,000 Juniors, Bill Abbott, Carole Al- cantar, Cathy Flowers, and Sheila Shapiro were selected as state offi- cer candidates. Having four can- didates broke a state DECA record. I Juniors Steve Gomez and Carole Alcantar were winners in the spot light dance contest. 'fone Chapter President received a Proclamation from Governor Wesley Bolin proclaiming National Vocational Week as officers look on. DECA ACTION 107 'ings KEY CLUB OFFICERS-FRONT ROW: retary. BACK ROW: Scott Bratcher, Presi- Diane Trujillo, Corresponding Secretary: Cin- dent: Wayne Anthony, Sponsor: Bill Dem- dy Trollinger, Treasurer, Laura Moreno, Sec- long, Vice President. Ke Club helps out communit Key Club participated in many programs to benefit the community this year. The main program was to assist the Beatitudes, a rest home. The Key Clubbers did many things to help the retirees, such as Washing cars and windows. The members also assisted the Ha- cienda De Los Angeles, where they helped pull weeds and mow the lawn, and wash cribs. Many enjoyed play- ing with the children. They also sold tickets to a benefit basketball game to raise money for the Hacienda. Key Club was honored with put- ting on the Christmas Formal, the theme of which was "A Star is Bornn. Much thought and planning went in to it. Alhambra had the largest Key Club membership in the state, total- ing 170 members. I Key Club-Seniors-FRONT ROW: M. Rojas, I. Tiraboschi, G. Quan, E. Bjelfvenstam, G. Malek. SECOND ROW: A. Johnson, M. Hergesell, L. Espinoza, N. Caruso, R. Haas. THIRD ROW: B. Elliot, D. Mabry, K. Garrison, I. Kristensen, K. Paulmenn, D. Webster, D. Trujillo, C. Sand- 108 KEY CLUB ers, M. Reynolds, Mr. Anthony. BACK ROW: R. Sears, M. Durazo, Smith, B. Demlong, L. Davidson, C. Trollinger, L. Cornell, L. Moreno, .- Gibbons, S. Bratcher. JUNIORS-FRONT ROW: G. Acosta, B. Wilcox, D. Trujillo, J. McQuis- ton, M. Sain. MIDDLE ROW: B. Navritil, C. Arico, R. Liggets, K. Hall, K. White, K. Gillen. BACK ROW: R. Baez-Morales, C. Dolyniuk, S. SOPHOMORES-FRONT ROW: C. Havlik, M. Little, T. Statzer, M. Brogden, D. Haertel, R. Haas, R. Guthrie. SECOND ROW: L. Rocken- field, D. McNeil, K. Nieheus, J. Bushroe, J. Vasquez, K. Byhaug, A. McNutt, D. Freeman, M. Marduesz. THIRD ROW: T. Reed, B. Lutrick, Neely, P. Colla, B. Demlong, C. Bratcher, A. Wasielewski, P. Nathan, D. Oesterley. ' S. Rayburn, K. Webster, L. Baldwin, K. OlReilly, M. Lutsey, L. Tang, S. Wright, K. Hall. BACK ROW: No I.D., S. Kelly, J. Miller, B. White, K. Nannestad, V. North, M. Capriotti, S. Pfaffman, B. Brashears, C. Trol- linger, L. Morton, A. Schmidt, M. Ropp, B. Demlong. .Y xac-E KEY CLUB 109 T? figs FRESHMEN-FRONT ROW: M. Morgan, J. Ferraro, K. McCandlies, Quan, L. Zimmerman, A. Jordan, M. Hutchinson. BACK ROW: Mr. SECOND ROW: H. Schmidt, D. Lacek, T. Gandil, N0 ID, S, Trostle, Anthony, P. Schaeffer, K. Babb, S. Harland, A. Norris, S. Bratcher, C. Wright, S. McCarthy, C. Pickard, D. McKenna, THIRD ROW: D. R. Caruso, J. Ryan, C. Hernandez, D. Martin Cooper, L. Duchworth, S. Kirkpatrick, S. Mendoza, N. Baker, D. This year Key Club's float placed second in Homecoming. Through PY0dUCt,"A1iC6iH W0Hd9f1and-H many nights of labor and fun, Key Club came up with the finished 110 KEY CLUB we we-121Lazfzawzzsgewzafgjl- gf- H. 1 -1-ww-,m.m QM i 9? ual' J ., ,..,,.. M, 4 1 aiu f 1 ' .cf f 'didwlff . WM, Q 2 55' 1 ,Z : Qw,: .4 F' V I i 5 fi M Kc N . 'WXAK5 -4 ,Q . X f x -5 3 ji -,xii 4--,, K eg., 2. X 76, -1' was .: -14.5 E 2 1 , - 5 3, N ti. K 3, , E L r X. K , cliii A f . I 41:3 ' M Af u I if . p PH' 1 ' qw ,zrrlrsaf fn' iw? LETTER CLUB-FRONT ROW: N. Caruso, D. Mabry. SECOND ROW W. Olsker, M. Johnson, D. Ohton, C. Shores, B. Hodge, W. Wilson, T McSorley, A. Rengal, D. Blue, Coach Kersting. THIRD ROW: P. Stokes G. Chapman, D. Wood, K. Garrison, M. Anderson, G. Bell, T. Taylor. FOURTH ROW: R. Crough, R. Sears, B. Peck, C. Crogaert, J. DiBiase, G. Nienstadt, T. Mahoney, E. Rizo, M. Statzer. FIFTH ROW: A. Her- nandez, M. Darby, B. Gillum, T. Smith, R. Ohton, M. Riccitelli, R. Sandoval, C. Putnam. BACK ROW: J. O'Callaghan, K. Kersting, J. Umland, M. Callaghan, A. Mendez, M. Suman, J. Koressel. Letterholders strive onward to goals This year's Letter Club members headed by Tom Smith, president, helped to promote athletics at A1- hambra. Brad Anderson assisted as vice-president, and Don Mabry managed funds as treasurer. Raul Ohton kept order in the position of Sergeant at Arms. The officers and the fellow mem- bers raised money for the purchase of new athletic gear, which the school budget could not handle. Their big fund-raisers for the year were the sale of coupon books and the ever- popular slave sale. An added attraction to the club this year was that girl athletes were included in the membership. FRONT ROW: T. Carpenter, M. Owens, D. Gelnett, K. Selvey, L. Da- BACK ROW: L. Zetterlof, L. Stark, B. Rassmussen, C. Pelfry, A. Ha- vis, K. Kelly, D. Freeman. SECOND ROW: C, Kersting, C. Lamm, biech, C. Dolynuik. B. Trimble, J. Nevins, B. Larsen, K. Cooper, S. McGrady, J. Bishop. 112 LETTER CLUB 7' THESPIANS-FRONT ROW: M. Doyle, A. Price, B. Cooper, C. Black- ROW: S. Garner, M. McAlister, N. Combs, Mr. Snow, E. Zeller, M. shire, P. Dufner, B. Armstrong, L. Baldwin, K. Clark, D. Price. BACK Hallada, J. Ewanuik, L. Fraser, L. Nelson, S. Hallada Performing Arts has a successful year Thespians is the organization which puts on theatrical perfor- mances at Alhambra. They started the year off with three fine presenta- tions, Under Milkwood, Boeing- Boeing, and Come Blow Your Horn. All three were very successful. The Thespians spent much time into planning their shows and they have always done well. The Alhambra Speech Team par- ticipated in many tournaments this year, with such categories as Debate, Humor, and Poetry. The Speech Team has never failed to place well, and is under the direction of Mr. Fred Snow. 'errrr SPEECH TEAM-FRONT ROW: W. Brewer, C. Blackshire, B. Cooper, J. Blakely, Mrs. Fendon, D. Reed, S. Blackwell, E. McNeil, S. Kramer, S A. Price, L. Nelson, D. Price, L. Fraser. BACK ROW: C. Davis, N. Combs, Hallada, E. Zeller, J. Tease, J. Ewaniuk, Mr. Snow THESPIANS, SPEECH 113 I ENGINEERING CLUB-FRONT ROW: P. Goodman, A. Kay, D, Adams, Sorrell, P. Lehman, G. Arnold, R. Tang, J. Guglielmo. J. Mc Dougall, J. Ritter, K. Conway. BACK ROW: Mr. Meyers, B. Luncheons, trips keep clubs active The Engineering Club, sponsored by Mr. John Meyers, was very ac- tive this year. Many activities were planned such as field trips, talks by engineers, contests, and films. All of these activities helped to fulfill the club's main objective which was to expose students to dif- ferent engineering fields. Alex Kay Was president of the club. COE, Cooperative Office Ex- perience, was sponsored by Mr. Bob Duncan. Their main objectives were to sponsor a luncheon for their em- ployers and to participate in all FBLA activities. The officers were co-chairmen Cheryl Gerhart and Janice Valentino, Kellie Duncan, secretary, and Sue Gillispie, treas- urer. COEAFRONT ROW: K. Wellington, L. Pearson, L. Tarp, M. Millep, R. Cruz, D. Sylva, C. Liebler, J. McCormick. SECOND ROW: Miss Prchal, M. Marquez, S, Clement, T. Mauzy, M. Shackell, P. Meeks, H. Graham, K. Cox, D. Gradzeleski, M. Perry, L. Kniffin, D. Walkoff. 114 ENGINEERING, COE THIRD ROW: B. Brown, C. Theiss, M. McCullough, L. Nannstead, T. Kusar, K. Duncan, K. Rather, L. Sallidge, C. Gerhardt, J. Valentino, Mr. Duncan. BACK ROW: L. Bolick, A. Miller, S. Olsen, C. Sullivan, M. Sullivan, C. Murphy, A. Meyers, S. Gillespie, A. Kirkpatrick. Magic acts, Science takes field trips Science Club, led by Doug Hardy, was very active this year. They planned many events including a trip to Montezuma's Castle. The club held fund raising events to cover expenses. The main objective of the Science Club was to gain further knowledge in various fields of science. Mrs. Fridh was the Clubis sponsor. The Magic Club put on several performances in the little theater this year. The shows were thoroughly enjoyed by the many who attended. All proceeds were used to purchase new props for future shows. Mrs. Shorr, sponsor, was a great asset to the Magic Club. 3 V i MAGIC CLUB-FRONT ROW: S. Morrell, P. Burleigh, G. Graham. R. Bowlus, K. Miller. BACK ROW: J. Bianchi, SCIENCE CLUB-FRONT ROW: B. Armstrong, M. Hinderliter, D. Mrs. Fridh, J. Austin, N. Tarr, B. Arnold, J. Carnal, D. Holkestad, M. McDonough, J. Anglen, D. Hopkins, S. Gilmore, C. Harluson, S. Tokars. Lemme. BACK ROW: T. Leung, J. Rice, R. Carroll, D. Hardy, R. Willis. MAGIC, SCIENCE 1 15 IMPACT CLUB-FRONT ROW: B. Hobert, J. Helein, D. Henigan, ams, M. Wesolowski, V. Matthews, J. Smith, K. Funk. J. Smith, J. Story. BACK ROW: Mrs. Batina, L. Wesolowski, C. Ad- Impact, Parnassus have active year IMPACT was very active this The club's main objective was to Parnassus was led by Jon Ewa- year under the Sponsorship Of Mrs. emphasize personal growth, provide niuk, president. They attended Batina. They were the school spon- service and social activities, and plays, operas, and concerts. The sor for the Easter Seal Walk-a-Thon earn enough money to attend dis- club's main objectives were to pro- and they visited a nursing home. trict and state conventions. motethe arts and culture in society. PARNASSUS CLUB-FRONT ROW: K. Clark, T. Bua, B. Cooper, Blackshire, T. Hleboski, J. Ewaniuk, R. Carroll. B. Armstrong, K. Cole. BACK ROW: M. McAlister, E. Zeller. C. 116 IMPACT, PARNASSUS FBLA prepares students for future FBLA, led by Bridget Mahoney, were business development and The club's purpose was to develop president, was very active this year. social activities consisting of field leadership qualities and respon- Many school and community ser- trips, contests, gatherings, fund sibility in students and to prepare vice projects were held. Also held raising, and conferences. the students for careers in business. FBLA-FRONT ROW: L. Tang, W. Snyder, T. Mullin, M. Cox, B. Wright, C. Cox, G. Piper, B. McKissick, A. Mahr, B. Merkley, NO ID, J. Cagliotti. SECOND ROW: Miss Prchal, M. Edmunson, L. Tang S. McCarthy, S. McKissick, S. Landerman, D. Payne, L. Allen, T Sutter, NO ID. THIRD ROW: Mrs. Martin, D. Miller, B. Lamm, E Corchinski, D. Schlesing, C. Theiss, D. Sylva, NO ID, N. Villasenor, J. Walker, L. Coons. BACK ROW: M. Warner, S. Brussels, S. Mooky, S. Murdock, S. Reid, D. Theiss, K. Berlyn, P. Hodges, D. McNabb, S. Hughes. FBLA-FRONT ROW: R. Stanley, K. Ledbetter, M. Gegenheimer, C. Davis, J. Blakely, S. Wright, T. Walke, C. Loupee. SECOND ROW: Mrs. Carver, A. Villavicencio, T. Kusar, K. Kressman, NO ID, D. Jouett, T. Norton, S. Martinez, L. Ramsey. THIRD ROW: B. Ma- X .1 3 1' 4, ',ff.v:f:f'5: I I is 5 N EQ! honey, Mr. Hilsabeck, V. Collier, R. Umbower, A. Panetta, NO ID, NO ID, K. Stanley, D. Barnard, G. Ray, M. Perry, S. Gillespie. BACK ROW: Mr. Dunn, D. Skeems, T. Kallman, B. Edwards, NO ID, NO ID, T. Montoya, D. Walkoff. FBLA 117 HERO-D. Manhardt, D. Hoese, K. Johnson, S. Orr, D. Lopez, B. Jor- P. Jackson, Mrs. Snodgrass, L. Glover, M. dan, E. Aguirre, B. Sparks, B. Clifford. SECOND ROW: J. Negrete, Wheeler, E. Quay. THIRD ROW: B. Lugo. Rodgers, R. Single, N. HERO, Civitan receive recognition HERO, which is Home Economics National Hero Week. Mrs. Snod- Giambruno. It was a service organ- Related Occupations, held food grass was the sponsor. ization, working with the Valley of drives and did many community Civitan, a new club on campus the Sun Preschool. services. This year they also held this year, was sponsored by Mr. CIVITANS-FRONT ROW: R. Drinkwater, D. Soulvie, Mr. Giambruno, Reyes, S. Reid, D. Okabayashi, J. Soulvie, K. Johnson, T. Nordlund, C. Adams, H. Egter van Wissekerke. SECOND ROW: H. Goodall, D. M. Robertson, T. Combs. 118 HERO, CIVITAN Computer, Communication keep active Computer Club was sponsored by Mr. Goodrich and Mrs. Chotras. The club's main objective was to let students become familiar with computer terminals. David Bur- leigh was president of the club. Communication Club was led by Scott Hesterman, president. The club planned to install an OSCAR satellite receiving and tracking sta- tion, a citizens band radio station, and a safety course on proper anten- na raising. Mr. Dombrowski was the club sponsor. COMMUNICATIONS-LEFT TO RIGHT: S. Hesterman, presidentg L. Park, vice- president. COMPUTER CLUB FRONT ROW D Burleigh D Fox S Kramer man R Davis D Kist T. Myers, D. Karr. COMMUNICATION, COMPUTER 119 tB...,.. S Qs it 'ia ,NA - O P 'l il Jeff Goff and a few other members of the Chess Club concentrate hard on their game. David Fox was president of the Chess Club. Chess Club makes smart moves y M, lf' Q ..,k My Candy sales prove to be very profitable for clubs for fund raising, The sales were usually held in the quad during fourth and fifth hours. 120 CHESS, CLUB ACTION l Q. .. 3 1W : life? :S "'4""'VfM!B0nmw-vm-v f--4 1.,.,. K 'Uv 21-911 SPIKETTESAFRONT ROW: D. Sharpe, C. Arico. SECOND ROW: J. D. Niggard, M. Meyers, B. Jodat. BACK ROW: M. Scott, A. Schmid, Davis, K. Gillen, P. Lopez, J. Lopez. THIRD ROW: D. Black, J. Miller, A, Wasielewski, V. Brannoch, V. Komadina, T. Turpin. pikettes and Matmaids give support The Spikettes enthusiastically supported the track team this year by helping at the home track meets. Carol Arico, Kim Gillen, and Debbie Black led the club. Coach Morrison sponsored the Spikettes. The Matmaids not only assissted with the scoring and timing of matches, they also supported AHS wrestlers this year by attending and promoting spirit at all the matches. The Matmaids were sponsored by Mr. Culbertson. 'W 400' W7 f""b 'sl MATMAIDS-FRONT ROW: Y. Rendon, J. Wheeler, L. Stubbs, L. h0V6f, B- Mefkleyi L- MaFiH0, L- Omllaghan- THIRD ROW5 B- LUV Doehrman, S. Trostle, B. Hammonds, R. Caruso. SECOND ROW: rick, J. Abbott, P. Dzuik, M. Pippin, J. Wheeler, D. Weisz. T. Cornett, N, Dzuik. C. Steward, M. Cappriotti, L. Smith, P. Baum- SPIKETTES, MATMAIDS 121 F . 122 1'1 se... ICA develops occupational skills VICA has been one of the most active clubs on campus this year. Their main objective was to develop students' skills and experiences in preparation for future work. VICA's sponsor was Morris Russel. VICA Woods was led by Harry Wong, president, and sponsored by Donald Kinnaman. Their goal this year was to perform service, commu- nity, and school projects. VICA Drafting had many projects this year. Projects consisted of house plans and the draft work for the re- modeling of the front offices, by Da- vid Hunter. VICA Metals, with president Ed Rolph, provided a service in metal working areas to students. Mr. Feld- mann was their sponsor. VICA AUTO offered automotive services to the students and staff at Alhambra. VICA-ICE-PERIOD 2-FRONT ROW: D. Hutchens, M. Herrgesell, M. BACK ROW: P. Treinen, B. Grubb, M. Wakefeild, M. Garrido, L. Bar- Parker, V. Hardy, B. Harris, T. Hinch. SECOND ROW: Mr. Russell, M. num, B. Herbert. Garcia, T. Byrd, K. Hudson, A. Cranton, T. Daly, J. Hostetler, B. Heer. VICA-ICE-PERIOD 3-FRONT ROW: S. Schwartz, M. Garrido, C. Gros- Freeman, J. Owens, S. Cole, S. Houser, K. Rogers. BACK ROW: D. Reid, senbacher, L. Michael, R. Rothenbusch, G. McRae. SECOND ROW: R. G. McMaster, J. Kirby, R. Moulton, D. George, B. Senft. infer? i 2 VICA WOODS-FRONT ROW: B. Graham, M. LaPIante, G. Groh, B. DeLaTorre, M. Bierl, H. Wong, J. Cresswell. BACK ROW: T. Hinch, B. Candalaria, K. Lewis. SECOND ROW: R. Henderson, J. Johnson, D. Heer, D. Anderson, D. Mattox, Mr. Kinnaman, D. Hunt, J. Young, B. Hutchens, R. LaPointe, M. Jahner. THIRD ROW: G. Colyar, J. Lee, M. Forbes. ...- f U .al VICA DRAFTING-FRONT ROW: J. Manning. SECOND ROW:C.E11is, BACK ROW: M. Fryman, D. Baker, S. Driver, S. Hesterman, C. Lang- B. Giesie, C. Weber, C. Fox, R. Weber, G. Norton, C. Stull, Mr. Deitrich. f0l'd, J- Mark. R- VHSQUGZ- , VICA WOODS, DRAFTING 123 VICA METALS-FRONT ROW: M. Ross, D. Stubblefield, E. Rolph, B. Burris. BACK ROW: C. Allen, T. Christensen, K. Ballew, D. Brandon, K. Bolen. SECOND ROW: B. Reed, D. Borge, B. Oliver, T. Lomuscio, M. Beebe, L. Baker, M. Aksamit, Mr. Feldmann. VICA AUTO-PERIODS 0-1-FRONT ROW: L. Zestrijan, M. Kelley, M. Mounkes, P. Bristow, P. Ocenas, J. Ritter, B. Scaccia, J. Koressel. BACK Rich, D. Harris, R. Starks, B. McFarlane, R. McKinney, S. Palombo. ROW: T. Treadway, M. Leimbach, D. Ashton, M. Smith, D. Smith, M. SECOND ROW: M. McNally, C. Croegaert, K. Rush, P. Slobonjak, J. Statzer, P. Riccitelli, D. Brown, R. Edwin, J. Kirby, Mr. Rucker. 124 VICA METALS, AUTO l,.,, 5 . L,,,.. ,,,L,. L... Qi 7 VICA AUTO-PERIODS 2-3-FRONT ROW: R. Hill, J. Haehn, R. Kirk- Hoppal, B. Lindsay, B. Kelly, A, Caouette, Mr. Rucker. man, H. Fuhrman, K. Bonner. BACK ROW: S. Shepard, R. Pichett, G. X Q VICA AUTO-PERIODS 5-6-FRONT ROW: 'l'. Mullins, S. Perry, B. ouse, T. Tucker, R. Smith, R. Garcia, S. Humphrey, R. Kole, M. England, Moskop, J. Gregg, M. Watson, K. Colton, J. Goff, T. Figueroa, H. Turner, K. Ferguson, B. Peck, J. Wirth, J. West, S. Quill. R. Brockway, Mr. Beltz. BACK ROW: P. Castillo, B. Doyle, L. Greathe VICA AUTO 125 M5 3, is Board, AHS greet new superintendent Mr. Patrick Henderson began his term as Phoenix Union High School Superintendent and worked closely with the School Board. The Board was concerned with student welfare and set goals to benefit the school system. They also launched a new attendance policy second semester. Alhambra,s Administration and faculty made efforts to help stu- dents develop a mature attitude toward events and all they under- took. They also helped them gain an understanding of basic and special- ized skills and knowledge. Their efforts were evaluated during North Central Evaluation, which took place in March. Classroom situa- tions and facilities were also evalu- ated. I E i w Our forefathers look on as Principal Wellesley Goodwin prepares for a conference and reads in' formation pertinent to the curriculum of the school. ,. Mr. Berger joins in various school activities. Here he is the "star'l pancake cook at the annual student-faculty-parent breakfast. Mr. Goodwin takes a break from his busy schedule to speak with a student. 128 ADMINISTRATION MRS. RUTH C. FINN PRESIDENT, SCHOOL BOARD LEFT ABOVE: MR. GEORGE BERGER, Associate Principal, works on the scheduling of classes for students and teachers. Mr. Berger is in charge of the plant facility and takes care of budget items. He also orders supplies and makes certain that the school buildings and grounds are well maintained. Mr. Berger received his B.A. and M.A. from Northern Arizona University. BELOW LEFT: MR. KEITH NIXON, Administrative Assistant, is in charge of athletics and boys' discipline. He received his M.A. from Witchita State University. ABOVE: LUCENE BILLING, Administrative Assistant, is in charge of all school activities and of girls' discipline. She received her M.A. from U.T.E.P. JUANITA LIPTON, Administrative Assistant, is in charge of the Freshman Center. She edits the parent newsletter and is publicity committee chairman. She received her M.A. from Columbia University. .. - - , A ..ss: A ssst I ss. f ,... Q .." " A . . . g ff!!! - -.-- f F t.f:: ,. .. ssssiss A . , -'-r "" , eei I in stt: . T ' D SEI'-412-411-4,5151-'Z':I-'Z-:Z-'QI, e... .is. . ...R DR. PATRICK B. DR. V.A. DUNHAM, JR. HENDERSON VICE PRESIDENT SUPERINTENDENT SCHOOL BOARD Wrmsev tif ' MRS. MARY K. CARR MRS. FLORENCE MEMBER, SCHOOL BOARD WHITMORE MEMBER, SCHOOL BOARD ADMINISTRATION 129 Foreign language teaches expressively ggam LVK. X X 3 QR is R.. . 1 X ,H r ., tr E . 1 Ik 'QQ TOP ROW: JOAN PLUM, U. of Colorado, M.A.g Spanish 1-8, Department Chairman , . JOSEPH GUZMAN, New Mexico State U., Foreign language classes were de- signed to teach students to read, write, understand and speak ,the lan- guages they were learning. These classes acquainted them with the country's culture. Each of the classes were allowed to go to places where the language was used in order to practice their language. There were three different languages that were taught at Alhambra: German, French and Spanish. Procedures used in teaching each class were the aural-oral method combined with reading and writing. WM' M.A.g Spanish 1-3, 5-8, Sponsors Spanish Club SECOND ROW: LUCY LINDER, U. of Arizona, M.A.g Arizona State U., M.C.g Span- ish 1-2, French 1-6, Sponsors French Club. BELOW: While the French class is busy studying the work for the day, Judy Callahan is daydreaming about the next softball game. TOP RIGHT: Students listen patiently while Miss Plum presents the lesson for the day , . . BOTTOM RIGHT: In every free moment, the students in German class are diligently read- ing their homework. A 'Q-NN Ry. 130 FOREIGN LANGUAGE Art, music add creativity to Alhambra Art was a class designed to bring out the creative skills of the stu- dents. The purpose of this class was to provide students with opportuni- ties to explore creativity and develop 'N skills in visual symbols and forms of self expression. There are eleven dif- ferent classes in Art. i Music provided all students with the opportunity to participate in musical activity. There were many different classes in music: Band, Jazz Rock, Guitar, Instrumental Music, Orchestra, Chorus and piano. ofa" TOP: ALMEDA BOATRIGHT, Arizona State U., M.A.g Beg. Strings, Int. Band, Concert Or' chestra, Guitar, Beg. Band . , . ALFRED CLIFTON: U. of Arizona, M.M.g Piano Vocal Music, Sponsors Chorale-Choralettes and Choralteens . . . MIDDLE: PATRICK LEBS, Arizona State U., M.A., Adv. Band, Jazz Rock, Guitar, Music Department Chairman . . . GERALD BRIDGMAN, George Peabody Col- , . lege, M.A.g Crafts, Basic Art, Art Department Chairman . . . BOTTOM: MARYNELLE - HARTMAN, George Peabody College, M.A.g Basic Art, Ceramics, Sponsors Art Club MARTHA MACON, Arizona State U., M.A.g Drawing and Painting Techniques, Basic Art, Sponsors Art Club X R J iii .1 .J Q 5 5' x v lv H3 ' s 1 1-sr 1, BELOW: Endina Colaya plays the piano While Bill Brashers plays the guitar in a music Class. RIGHT TOP: Oscar Villasenor sits patiently while Mr. Lebs discusses music lesson RIGHT MIDDLE: Chris Bratcher is artistically designing her ring while the photographer sneaks up to take her picture . . , RIGHT BOTTOM: Dave Clark, Shelly Potter, and Jill Wilson are practicing a new song in Jazz Rock rl-A ff I ,Mm ' ,.' ""' s ff I , Timaru . Q ' A 'A , T. t 'sg ,f ,PET Y ..-- pp, ., K gag' Q y 0 . V - 5 ff f ' 5 I kr' ............- - ,, N A . , , Q 4-fl 'Q' "" YW" " Variety adds interest in Business Ed. The Business Education Depart- ment offered many courses to help the students learn basic and special- ized business skills. The courses offered varied from typing and business survey for the freshmen, accounting, business law, shorthand, business machines, mar- keting, merchandising, advanced typing classes, secretarial and cleri- cal blocks, to work experience pro- grams for the seniors. Each teacher attempted to teach his class how to cope in the business LEFT-TOP ROW: NESTORE BARTHOLO- MEW, Arizona State U., M.A., Business Law, Arizona Govlt . . . OLGA BICE, Arizona State U., M.A.g TABS, Office Typing, Shorthand . . . BOTTOM ROW: JEANNE CARVER, Arizona State U., M.A.g TABS, Business Eng- lish, JEMS, Sponsors FBLA Club . . . JAMES CHARLSON, M.A.g Accounting, TABS, Re- cordkeeping RIGHT-TOP ROW: KRIS- TIN CHENEY, Arizona State U., B.A.g Mar- keting Merchandising, Co-op Work Exper- ience, Sponsors DECA ROBERT DUN- CAN, Indiana U., M.S.g JOE, COE, Sponsors COE Club BOTTOM ROW: GEORGE DUNN, Business Machines . . . EDWIN GEIST, Fort Hays Kansas State, M.S.g Ac- counting, Business Machines, Typing, Spon- sors Bowling Club. world and to handle classroom situa- tions realistically. The classes not only helped the students develop their business skills, but also to care about themselves and others in both the business world and in their per- sonal lives. ifi - f I .1 ' ' if Q"- - ,... ,. .. ., ,saga -F l :gr 7 Lindy Cadieux, junior, concentrates on erasing an error. This concentration is sure to aid her in her future in the business World. 132 BUSINESS EDUCATION M1134 gay, ..... . , . .,.., A ,r A ' A I I N v"qQX'Wk ' . , , A, . 2. l tri Q 269 f We .FIX Q ',.,, 'X x, I . TM' 6 " T iv? . I , 33. 'V iq? ,Jil -A 1 if a , 459 "' , v 'K --x, 4 ' -I f M' 1. rr TOP ROW: DIANA HAMMIT, U. of Arizona, M.A.g TABS, Secretarial Block . . . ROBERT I-IILSABECK, Arizona State U., M.A.g Inter- mediate Typing, JEMS, Accounting, Sponsors FBLA Club . . . SECOND ROW: ETI-IEL KOONS, Arizona State U., M.A.g Typing 1 and 2, TABS SANDRA MARTIN, Ari- zona State U., M.A.g Shorthand, TABS, Spon- sors FBLA Club . . . THIRD ROW: LYNNE POWERS, U. of Arizona, M.A.g TABS, Typ- ing, Clerical Block . . . JOYCE PRCI-IAL, Ari- zona State U., M.A., Office Typing, TABS, OWE, Department Chairman, Sponsors FBLA Club . . . JOAN VALENTINE, Arizona State U., M.A.g TABS, Typing, Accounting. ABOVE: Kristine Johnson is distracted as she pulls her assignment from the typewriter. LEFT: Tracy Woods knows efficiency is an asset and practices it by proofreading each assignment before turning it in. I BUSINESS EDUCATION ew department chairman this year. The English Department con- tinued work on the development of an instrument to test basic writing skills, and prepared for the North Central Evaluation in March. .- Q -Q ' W , v Q . a mi H. 1, MQ? . :-: 'si 23:43 ,, tw - fe. 11 .1 , .i,, fl . :rf . ..,,,,,,i,. .. SZ W' Q 1' f . -z. H s 'f f ff. TOP ROW: JEAN BRITTAN, Arizona State U., M.A., English 3-4, Modern Short Story JOHN CAMPBELL, Northern Arizona U., M.A.g English 1-2, Dept. Chairman BOTTOM ROW: LARRY CUNNINGHAM, Arizona State U., M.A., Photo 1-2, Advanced Photo, Yearbook, Sponsors Quill and Scroll .. . GRACE FREDERICK, Arizona State U., M.A.: Comm. and Mass Media, Career Composition. A new course requirement for juniors was established. Juniors must now choose one class in the area of literature and one class in the area of composition each . ' ' srs.r A ' . ii" Ti! r rvlr 12 y . .,.., g , Y. . ...,,... f 1 ' , 5 1. . - . fi. ,, -2, , ,,V 34 rv. TOP ROW: JACK GIBSON, Southeastern State U., M.A.g English, Sponsors Chess Club ROBERT GROENIG, Hamline U., M.Ed.g English, Sponsors Sophomore Class BOTTOM ROW: MARTIN KREY, Den- ver U., M.A., English 3-4, Reporting and Editing, Scimitar JANET MOORE, Western Montana College, M.S.Ed.g Myth- ology, Man in Conflict, English 3-4, Spon- sors Parnassus. These students hope that their studious note-taking will help them pass the upcoming test. 134 ENGLISH semester. The Department operated smoothly under the guidance of a new chairman this year, Mr. John Campbell. Mr. Krey emphasizes a particularly impor- tant point of an article. Lectures are helpful to students in gaining knowledge. .... . 4,rla16i5fI,,1.w,15' 41 TOP ROW: ROBERT MULLIGAN, Colorado State, M.A., English 3-4, Science Fiction NORMA MUNGO, Syracuse U., M.A.: En- glish, Comp. BOTTOM ROW: GORDON RAAEN, Color- ado State College, M.A.: English 3-4, Com- position, Sponsors Senior Class MARY RICHARDSON, Arizona State U., M.A.g College Comp, English 3-4, Sponsors PTSA. M YU .f if liafiq- 2 If' ja , "Y f , ABOVE: RENEE SHORR, Arizona State U., M.A.g Communications and Mass Media, English, Career Composition FRED SNOW, Adams State, M.A.g Drama 1-2, English 3-4, Career Composition, Sponsors Thespian Troupe, Forensic League. BELOW: BETTY WHELAN, Arizona State U., M.A., Composition, Career Composition . . , CLAY- TON WOOTTON, Arizona State U., M.A.g Individualized Reading, English 3-4, Spon- sors FTA. J- W s. ."s- ' A K :Q V. '-as ie-in These students discuss different possibilities of doing a project in their Communications and Mass Media class. Students' needs met in reading skills ., QCA This group's planning is disrupted by the appearance of the FORTRESS photographer. The Reading Department pro- vided services to students with poor, average, and above average reading skills. The department tried to help students meet graduation require- ments by giving aid and study materials to students trying to pass the Minimal Reading Proficiency Assessment. Above average students were also helped to develop their skills fur- ther with more difficult material. The Department's goal was to help each student become a better reader. 0 LAVERN COFFEY, Southern Illinois U., M.S., Personalized Reading Skills, Inde- pendent Study English GARNET Mc- GAFFIC, Arizona State U., M.A., Personal- ized Reading Skills, English 2, Sponsors Junior Class. ENGLISH, READING 135 ! . 'Qi Ill! These students in Learning Disabled English class work on assignments. The students work by themselves but the teacher is always ready to help. Individualized instruction stressed The objectives of this department were to assist those students who had learning difficulties. Teaching methods that were stressed were individualized instruction which included such things as copying skills, self awareness and self con- fidence. Teachers tried to under- stand students and meet their needs. Also in the exceptional student program were the gifted students. 4 ., .ef-.J :- as X Students learn to work on projects together in class as a group. Here they finish one, with Mr. Pappas' help. 136 EXCEPTIONAL STUDENTS These students were added to the program last year when the name was changed from Special Educa- tion to Exceptional Students. JPY TOP ROW: DOROTHY ANDERSON, Co- lumbia U., M.A.g LD-EH Resource WAYNE ANTHONY, U., of Northern Color- ado, B.A.g Special Education BOTTOM ROW: CORDELL CONWAY, Arizona State U., M.A.g LD Resource Center AL FOEHRING, Arizona State U., M.A.g Excep- tional Student Program, Department Chair- man. K 51 .4 ff' ' Q7 ,I ,, ,X ., 1' g t A :' lf .. .h w 3 , 1- ', ,... . -,f .1 f .t w A A A ' 'fb . at A - . f' TOP ROW: BARBARA MARUT, Western Michigan U., B.S.g LD-EH Resource Room JILL MASON, U. Of N. Colorado, B.A.g Practical English, Math, History MID' DLE ROW: MICHAEL PAPPAS, Western New England C., M.A.g Pr. Shop, Voc. Prep KAREN SMITH, U. of So. Calif., M.S.g LD-EH Resource Program BOTTOM ROW: JEAN VEMICH, Arizona State U., H I A V Ms., Hearing Lab BEATRICE WAX- MAN, Northern Arizona U., M.A.g Work Exp-. Pr- Home EC- e, - Tom Fleming puts finishing touches on a ceramic pot that he is making during class. fs ws... f .,,Q r....,., A . g g . '-f. I hw fe gy nm M ,t Edward Nuffer puts away materials that he has been using on a pro- Students Jim Dotson and Bill Higgins learn to work together. ject. EXCEPTIONAL STUDENTS 137 Freshmen gain skills, maturit in F..C. Freshman Communications had much to offer the freshman students again this year. A team of teachers, a counselor, an instructional aide, and student tutors worked together to help the students adjust to their first year in high school and learn basic skills in reading and writing as well. A variety of subjects were studied in depth such as media, society, the past, the present, the future, and themselves. Freshman Communica- it f it X 1. g5g..ggf,gggf5g.:,z,- . ,ac A . 1: ff X 1, . ' f :mfwfr i as ' ,i " ' seg ' I 5 'Me' . I ir i - Q I W . Vgr. V EE f, 4 x . 5 fi . A X , 'f-1-M, - , i. 'Q ,, I . . rf. ' 'g i Vggsi Ls 1- x, Wil., Q QR " "fl.,, 1 2 ' ' 6 ii 'F .: gf'F- -eff ' - , . i .S S l 1 rf! 'fi R iii it . ABOVE-TOP ROW: NANCY BEESON, Ari- zona State U., M.A.g Freshman Communica- tions, Publicity Committee . . . CINDY BOR- DEN, Arizona State U., BA., Freshman Com- munications, Sponsors Freshman Class BOTTOM ROW: SHELLEY JOHNSON, Ari- zona State U., M.A.g Freshman Communica- tions . . . RICHARD JOHNSON, Arizona State U., M.A.g Freshman Communications .,. MIDDLE-TOP ROW: SUELLEN BRAHS, Arizona State U., M.A.g Freshman Communications RICHARD HEFFER- NON, Arizona State U., M.A.g Freshman Com- munications, Sponsors Fr. Tennis MID- DLE ROW: CAROLYN KELLY, Arizona State U., M.A.g Freshman Communications . . . ARTHUR LEBOWITZ, Arizona State U., M.A.g Freshman Communications, Sponsors Freshman Class and Freshman Baseball BOTTOM ROW: CAROL SLOEKERS, Ari- zona State U., M.A.g Freshman Communica- tions, Sponsors Freshman Class . . . RIGHT- TOP ROW: GLORIA HELLER, Arizona State U., M.A.g Freshman Communications, Public- ity Committee CLAIRE HURLBURT, Arizona State U., M.A.g Freshman Communi- cations, Sponsors Freshman Class MID- DLE ROW: JAYNE ORCUTT, Arizona State U., B.A., Freshman Communications . .. BARBARA REJEBIAN, Arizona State U., M.A.g Freshman Communications BOT- TOM ROW: RUTH SOCKET, Arizona State U., M.A., Freshman Communications . . . WILLIAM WHARTON, Arizona State U., M.A.g Freshman Communications, Depart- ment Chairman. In sixth hour Freshman Communications, Mike Aguilera consults Tim Kyme about the specifics of a new assignment. 138 FRESHMAN COMMUNICATIONS tions helped many students begin their high school years with general knowledge of many things and to de- velop maturity. rmal IS 2 f Y? 7 f , f ww Q 1 W , W if J l , , H ,1,1E Q! Ms ,Ei K Q if 7 4 Qi ,,,, 1 .,i V ' Q V W . r , ' t i rrrr ABOVE: Barry Wilkins and Martin Sharp seem engrossed in their read' students 100k over old assignments to help prevent making the same ing material While other students listen to the teacher's instructions mistakes On new assignments. about upcoming assignments and the day's activities. BELOW: These FRESHMAN COMMUNICATIONS 139 Home Ee. offers variety The Home Economics Department was designed to give students an op- portunity to learn the skills which they will need in the years ahead as homemakers, and to learn to work with others. There were nine differ- ent classes available for students to choose from. Some of the classes available were: Child Development, Single Survival, Human Relations. Each of these classes was set up in a lab program so the students could practice their skills. s if-.1 rms A E ii rrr, ' , -, aiafl- ,931 2 snr., 'Q 'ai' 'T BELOW: As an idea comes to her, Amy King writes diligently, trying to finish the assignment in class. ABOVE: While the rest ofthe Home Ec. class is busily working on their assignment, Tammy Chesser sneaks in a short chat with her girl friend. E ue it v of classes V95 Kmvf! i pr' TOP ROW: LORETTA BATINA, Arizona State U., M.S.g Child Development, Sponsors Impact Club . . . MARGE MICHAELS, Ari- zona State U., M.A.g Home Economics, Spon- sors Sophomore Class SECOND ROW: ANNA SNODGRASS, Arizona State U., M.S.g World of Food and Children, HERO, HIRE, Sponsors HERO Club BARBARA TE- JACK, Arizona State U., M.S.g Clothing and Arts, The World of Food and Children, Bache- lor Survival 1, 2, Sponsors Junior Class. ABOVE: Brenda Vick takes time out during her Home Ec. class to think about the week- end ahead. Classes prepare students for future A I ,: -- gf -: , K 4 X Xuan , var 1 : "" . tstii if N . T K V '- ' i if , 1 - r , I - 2, ,af BELOW: Jay Legan concentrates on drawing the plans for a house for the future. BELOW RIGHT: Tony Figeroa shows Keith Colton and Danny Doyle that he really does know how to fix an engine. ABOVE: Protection is essential in the woodshop work-room. Bill Geyer prac- tices it faithfully and proves it as he works with this belt sander. n"f' Industrial Ed. classes were de- signed to prepare students in as many ways as possible for the world of work. These classes were set in an industrially realistic lab situation. This gave the students an oppor- tunity to work constructively toward their future career goals. There were five different classes made available to students in In- dustrial Ed: Vocational Arts, Wood- shop, Drafting, Metalshop, and ICE. ' :S-1 ,:... 5-:-.. Y S f SN? W' K Y 3 is ' 5 g 4. 2 . Q liz!! K... -,gn ' I Y TOP ROW: LYLE BELTZ, Southern Illinois U., M.S.g Auto I, Vocational Auto GEORGE DEITRICK, Arizona State U., M.A.g Industrial Education, Drafting, Sponsors JV and Varsity Tennis, VICA Drafting . . . SECOND ROW: STEVE FELDMANN, Arizona State U., M.A.g Metals 1-2, General Shop, Motorcycle Mechanics, Sponsors Sophomore Class . . . DONALD KINNAMAN, Arizona State U., M.A., Woodwork Vica Woods, Sponsors VICA Woods . . . THIRD ROW: HAR- OLD RUCKER, Arizona State U., M.A.g General Vocational Auto, Sponsors Vica Automotive , . . MORRIS RUSSELL, Northern Arizona U,, M.A.g I.C.E, Sponsors Vica FOURTI-l,ROW: BYRON DOMBROWSKI, Northern Arizona U., M.A.g General Shop, Electronics, Woodshop Sponsors Communications. 5 a .- K v ,- x X, LEFT-Near the end of the class some students feel they deserve a break, especially after working hard at math all hour. ABOVE-These students work toward the basic skills requirements necessary for graduation. Math Departmentkgigftsgovhoiigih In the Mathematics Department, a greater emphasis was directed on the basics and fundamentals of arithmetic, helping students to meet the basic skills requirement for graduation. The basics were met by students through partici- pation in General Math, while Sen- iors refreshed their memories by taking a Senior Math Review Class. Some other objectives of the Mathematics Department were to minimize the percentage of failing grades at the freshman and sopho- more levels, as well as attract a greater percentage of enrollment. KENNETH BEALS, Arizona State U., M.A,g Algebra, Geometry ARTHUR BOGLIO, Arizona State U., M.N.S.g Geometry, Gen- eral Math, Sponsors the Bowling Club. 142 MATHEMATICS ln V241 14,0 AIU JD? BILL BUTLER, Arizona State U., M.A.g Senior Math Review, Algebra, General Math HARRIET CHOTRAS, Arizona State U., M.A.g General Math, Calculus, Geometry, Sponsors Computer Club. oals W Q ex- 'H ,E 11 if Q l ff Q, , A it wi as Ag X VERNON CULBERTSON, U. of Arizona, M.S.g General Math, Algebra DOMINIC GIAMBRUNO, Arizona State U., M.A.g Geometry I-2, Algebra 1-2A, Algebra 3-4, Sponsors Civitan Club. Mr. Boglio patiently explains the specifics of a new assignment to a confused student. The stu dents benefit from his patience and eventually meet the Math requirements. . .. . W-. - -.,----. ..,,.,., , .. .. .,.,, , Hr. . .. A "I wana... , PAULA GOODMAN, Arizona State, U., M.A.g Algebra, General Math, General Math C ROBERT GOODRICH, Michigan State U., M.S.g Algebra, General Math. 2 ' f .,.,,.,, ' --, JERAULD NELSON, Arizona State U., M.A.g General Math, Algebra DIANE SMITH, Arizona State U., M.A., General Math, Sponsors Sophomore class. I wif 'f i x LEFT: These students take time out from the daily routine to rest and prepare for their next class. ABOVE: Mr. Giambruno explains a complex problem and how to work it out. BELOW: Mr. Giambruno's Math class is un- usual-something out ofthe ordinary is always going on. BELOW LEFT: The study area pro- vides a semi-quiet peace in which students can study uninterrupted. LINDA VOLLSTEDT, Arizona State U., M.A.g General Math, Algebra. MATHEMATICS 143 P ysical Education goes co-ed Students were provided with an opportunity to participate in an expanded co-educational program this year. Each student fsopho- more, junior, and seniorl was able to choose the activity he wished to participate in. Each unit lasted ssri I , , ,, , . , , mW,? 1 LEFT: GAIL HAKES, Arizona State U., M.A.g Fr. P.E., Weight Training, Peopel JACK KERSTING, Washington U., M.A.g Fr. P.E., Weight Training, Lifetime Sports, Varsity Track and Football Coach, and Sponsors Letterman's Club. about five weeks, and by the end of the year each student participat- ing in the new program had an op- portunity to learn eight different activities. The freshmen followed a well-rounded program of activi- ties rather than follow the same Wm . 5 . .. ,.,,. MIDDLE: CLAUDIA LANE, Arizona State U., M.A.g Health Ed .... COLLEEN LINES, Arizona State U., M.A.g Self Improvement, Department Chairman. RIGHT: DIANE MALENFANT, Utah State U., Gymnastics, Performance Dance, Be- program as the upperclassmen. The entire physical education program enabled the students to expand their knowledge of the rules and develop skills in a variety of sports and activities. 'K f 2. ..,,... s. 1 ginning and Advanced Dance, Support Team Action, Inc .... HUGH MORRISON, Ari- zona State U., M.A.g Fr. P.E. Weight Train- ing, Lifetime Sports, Head track and cross country coach. A student in a co-educational P.E. class attempts valiantly to retrieve a net ball as others look on during a volleyball game. 144 PHYSICAL EDUCATION X all LEFT: SAM NASSIF, Wayne State Col lege, B.A.g Fr., Soph., Junior, Senior P.E., Gymnastics, Health Ed .,.. MARVIN NE VINS, U. of Northern Colorado, M.A.3 Soph., Junior, and Senior P.E., Lifetime Sports, Supports Action, Inc. l In coveducational classes, boys get to participate in sports usually thought of as only for girls, This boy returns a serve to his opponent. MIDDLE: WILLARD NOBLEY, Arizona State U., M.A.g Health Ed MERLIN NORENBURG, Adams State College, M.A.g Health Ed., Art Collection Committee. RIGHT: CAROL STACY, Arizona State i '-f1'L i rlil it fwnii ' U., M.S.L.A.g Fr., Soph., Junior, Senior P.E., Peopel, Advanced Sports .... CHERYL WATKINS, Arizona State U., M.A.g Fr., Soph, Junior, Senior P.E., Life- time Sports. Racquetball is an extremely satisfying source of recreation. Here these girls enjoy the fast-paced game Proper technique in sports is very important. The girl in the Fore- ground practices her stance for serving. PHYSICAL EDUCATION 145 ABOVE: Kara Wensel asks Mr. Stanfield for more information on a ro'ect the class is doin RIGHT' This biology class is kept busy by P J g- - preparing various experiments that they will do VERNON BICE, U. Of Arizona, M.S.g Earth Science, Physics FRANK BRANDON, U. of Arizona, M.S.g Chemistry, Honors and Awards Committee. ,ff li JANET FRIDH, Arizona State U., B.A.g ROBERT Biology 1-2, Science Club . . . MCCOMB, Utah State U., M.S.g Biology 1-2, Biology 3A-4A.g Dept. Chairman. 1. .n r eeee ilfi-'E111' I , , ff' -" ew, ff-- ' f-,' W" V ,i ., i ' SUE McLEAN, Buena Vista College, B.S.g Biology 1-2, Key Club JOHN MEYERS, Arizona State U. M.S.g Chem-Physics 2A- 4A, Astronomy, Gifted. 146 SCIENCE Astronom added as new class to Science Departmen The Science Department this year had many different classes to offer to science students. Classes offered were: Biology 1-3, Consumer Chemistry, Chem-Physics, Earth Science, Physiology, and Advanced Chem-Physics. A new class added to the depart- ment was Astronomy which was taught by Mr. John Meyers. BELOW: These students take notes while the In some courses students could learn how to operate microscopes, spectroscopes, and bunsen burners. They also performed various experi- ments in specially equipped labs. All science classes had as objec- tives to give students knowledge based upon observation, study and experimentation. teacher explains an important facet of biology. ln- "i ef i Q wise.-i. -.1- S' x -F il: . SWR COLEEN ROTH, U. of Arizona, A.B.g Chem- Physics 2-A and 4-A, Consumer Chemis- try LAURENCE SLAVIN, U. of Wis- consin, M.A.g Biology, Biology LDIEH, Gifted. Q -1 1-' A A ..,. ' gg il., ,aw V .' -,L g 4 f S . ,X h ff' LEFT: Students put away equipment and wait for the bell to dismiss them. ABOVE: Brenda Bradford lends a helping hand to Jill Kent during class. ,ft it in JAMES STANFIELD, U. of Utah, M.S.g Biology 2 ALAN VANDERSCHOOT, Michigan State U., M.A.g Earth Science, Physiclogy. ,mf ,V f--ww W' ject in biology. 'V GEORGE ZEIGLER, Arizona State U., M.A.g Biology 2, Biology 4. . - 4U Hfff' LEFT: These students take notes and listen attentively as their tea- cher gives them a new assignment. ABOVE: Beverly Tarr and Carolyn Harbison work industriously on planning an experiment for their pro- SCIENCE 147 Free Enterprise exempted b ' testing. TOP ROW: LIBBY FRIEDMAN, Arizona State U., M.A.g U.S. History 2, Sociology THOMAS GOSS, New York U., M.B.A., American Government, Free Enterprise, Faculty Advisor to Student Government. BOTTOM ROW: JOHN KOERNER, Co- lumbia U., M.A., American Government, Free Enterprise, Department Chairmen JUNE LeSUEUR, Arizona State U. M.A.g American History, Sponsors National Honor Society. Required classes that each stu- dent must take at Alhambra include many social studies classes. These are Arizona Government, American History, Free Enterprise, and Amer- ican Government. In February a Free Enterprise ex- emption test was given to the Jun- iors who were interested. Students who passed the examination were granted exemption from Free Enter- prise class in their senior year. They received academic credit for their effort and success. A variety of classes in the depart- ment were offered this year. They included Sociology, Anthropolgy and Humanties. The objectives of these classes involved the organization and de- velopment of people living together in social groups. Also the study of the relations of races and their various physical and mental char- acteristics, customs and social re- lations. Q' W 'it' Q rf if 2 if X , r'ss ' ,. r ,..., .... ' eff TOP ROW: LOUIS MARIANETTI, U. of Rochester, M.A.g World history 2, U.S. His- tory 2 . . . JOHN MCCAULEY, Arizona State U., M.A.g American Government, Free Enter- prise, Sponsors Senior Class BOT- TOM ROW: JOHN MURPHY, Boston Col- lege, M.A.g American Government, Free En- terprise SARAMOSS PHILLIPS, U. Of Louisville, M.A., Humanities, U.S. History, Gifted. .,:' I Mum, An important part of History class is to listen to lectures to become well informed of the subject matter, enabling the students to do the work. 148 SOCIAL STUDIES if-1 9' 5 i L' 1 Y A 'ffl-fi. F . qw LEFT: These students keep busy by reading a chapter in their history book. RIGHT: Mrs. LeSueur's history students answer questions. 4 4' if rf ,V 11' mi ,-.i 1 M t :Q 4-if , IQ . ' S ,F fin- A A fa' . . e we f t, I . . ala. .. . 3 ff Q' it K I 5 , I ' ' ,IV . TOP ROW: WILLIAM SALONY, Arizona State U., MA.g American History MAU- RICE SHOGER, Arizona State U., M.Ag Arizona Government, Anthropology, Spon- sors Grinnell Hiking Club. MIDDLE ROW: SENOMA SMITH, Howard U., M.A.g U.S. History . ,. CLAY THOMPSON, Old Domin- ion U., M.A.g Arizona Government, U.S. History. BOTTOM ROW: CLARA WALK- ER, U. of Arizona, M.A.g Free Enterprise. e 'Tlx Sitting Bull and other fellow Indians keep a watchful eye over classroom activities. SOCIAL STUDIES 149 Counselors listen to students TOP ROW: CHARLES BEAUVAIS, Colum- bia U., New York, M.A.g Counseling, Sponsors Ski Club . . . PHILIP BERRA, Arizona State U., M.A.g Counseling BOTTOM ROW: SYLVESTER EDWARDS, Indiana State U., M.S.g Counseling, Sponsors Senior Class . . . SUE MALPEDE, Arizona State U., M.A.g Counseling, Support Team - Teacher Corps. Students were aided by counse- lors who listened to their problems- vocational, emotional, and educa- tional. Each counselor was avail- able for students to discuss prob- lems about class schedules and completing classes for academic credit. All of the counselors showed a genuine interest in the students and did their best to help them throughout the year. JANET NELSON, Stanford U., M.A.g Counseling. 1 gqggb . TOP ROW: LEON PETERS, Winona State College, M.S.g Counseling DAVID TILLOTSON, Eastern Michigan U., M.A.g Counseling, Sponsors A.F.S. Club BOT- TOM ROW: MITCH TILLOTSON, Arizona State U., M.A.g Guidance Department Chairman . . . LORRAINE WAGNER, Arizona State U., M.A.g Counseling, Sponsors Senior Class. . ,Vi www Mitch Tillotson, Department Chairman, calls another department for class scheduling information. 150 GUIDANCE ' with his counselor. Mark Little, junior, looks pensive as he waits for his turn to speak IMC provides services, The IMC Department provided curriculum material and various types of equipment for both the students and staff. The students received hours of reading pleasure from the books available and better rii 2, -V .a ..., p ,oti 4 Ag 2: ',,: ' 2 ' if ,...' V Wg "i't W , ,i,. 5 1 Cl is EDITH PRATT, Arizona State U., M.A.g Librarian, Sponsors Hiking Club .. . BETTY SMITH, George Peabody M.A.L.S.g Librarian, Sponsors Honor Society. College, National , ,, its 5 K af I' 24 ' 1 ,tt,, I 'U ., A . 4 Q Q, , Q QM '- 54,1 K .0214 W: K, f, I , V,,,iiE g I, The library proves to be an excellent study area for any students seeking the quiet. materials results in their work through the V research materials available. Those working in the department offered their services and knowl- edge to those who needed materials and information. A TOM SWEET, Arizona State U., M.A.g Au- dio Visual, Department Chairman KAREN WHITNEY, U. of Oklahoma, MILS., Freshman IMC. A freshman student waits patiently for her turn to ask for some reference materials. ,ff A, .,,,, 3 ,Q ...W ,f I iiii - T... if I-...as if' W' Mb A' ,, ,,, W vivi WMM, , 2. vi. 'fi These girls seem to find a great deal of information about the subject they are researching and no longer seem apprehensive of the report they are to write. IMC 151 Students, facult aided by Services Services provided special help for the visual, hearing, and speech impaired students. The classes provided an opportunity for stu- dents to master their handicaps. Sgt. Perry Gore headed the R.O.T.C. Department. Some of the g, objectives of the department were to prepare the students for produc- tive and successful living. Each cadet developed a sense of responsi- bility and leadership through classroom learning and various activities. The secretaries worked behind the scenes, keeping the school run- ning in an orderly fashion, as well as doing whatever was asked of them. ..,.. Y' sw Si K K TOP ROW: STEPHAN ABEL, Arizona State U., B.A.E.g U.S. History, Teacher Corp ANN BOLTZ, Pittsfield General Hospital, R.N., School Nurse PERRY GORE, R.O.T.C., Sponsors J.R.O.T.C. Parent Ad- visory Council HAROLD MORITZ, U. of Southern California, M.A.g School-Com- munity worker . . . ANNE OWENS, Arizona State U., M.A.g Teacher Corp GARY STARK, Opportunity Hall. BOTTOM ROW: MARTHA TANNER, U. of Georgia, M.Ed.g School Psychologist JEAN VEMICH, Arizona State U., M.A.g Hearing Lab DONNA WHARTON, Arizona State U., M.A.g Teacher Corp Program Director. R.O.T.C. students are at ease while observing some of the activities during the Pearl Harbor Commemoration ceremony. 152 ROTC, SERVICES 4? W TOP ROW: JOAN BOOMER, Library Clerk DIANA DOW, AidefRegistration MIDDLE ROW: FLORENCE ELDREDGE, Registration JUDY FOLTZ, Bookstore. BOTTOM ROW: BETTE HARSHMAN, Attendance-XADA , . . GLORIA GREEN, Prin- cipal Clerk. ,MW-KN Mrs. Corbin checks the files to make sure the information she needs is correct. A ,. A Ri A I " .was Y . QQ s Q W s " 1' 'Y 5 gs v X .4 sw fri .Q Q , . f ig-1 GH M W . ., ri K gf lliiiliifif 'c f' ,Sixth ,N , .vs fir cigffwwe an-il PEGGY JASKOLSKI, Secretary!Associate Principal . .. PATRICIA LANZILLO, At- tendance. MIDDLE ROW: CECELIA LEES, Library MARJORIE MAST, Credentials Clerk. BOTTOM ROW: JEANNE MORTON, ClerkfStenofLD. . . JEANNE O'DELL, Media Specialist. F075 LY 2, . ,,, ,,, 1l,,: , ' 45 N s,,,a X Q-.. VIRGINIA POYNTER, Bookstore Manag- er HENRY SANSOM, Property Control ClerkfPE. MIDDLE ROW: KATHRYN SHEPARD, SecretaryfFC Administration BEATRICE SPAULDING, Attendance! FC. BOTTOM ROW: CAROLYN TALLY, IMC Clerk DORIS TAYLOR, Secretary! Principal. ww : 2 , Mrs. Foster and S. Clement discuss ideas for fund raising. All such activities must be cleared through the activities office. SECRETARIES, STAFF 153 Aides, The teachers' aides were a valu- able asset to the school again this year. Both the students and faculty came to depend on them for assist- ance and support. The aides not ,.,. -J J- .-Us--aww v ma, slfzf. :'f: 2 li' C ioto . f g A i rf f- Y. - ' I 1 ai , TOP ROW: ARLENE ADAMS, AidefWrit- ing MARY DURETTE, AidefExceptionaI ChiIdrenfLD BOTTOM ROW: CAROL GREGORY, Aidefwriting BEVERLY GRIMES, AidefGiftedfWriting. ' Securit of value to all only spent time with students hav- ing difficulties in class, but helped the various classroom activities run smoothly. Security protected students and m,,.:..: , --J, - ,:3,-1:5-is-1.5151--cw K SS M si Q X F S Q at ata TOP ROW: EDITH GAGLIARDI, Aidef Exceptional ChildrenfLD LOIS HANK- INS, AidefFC BOTTOM ROW: VIR- GINIA KOCH, Career Center BRUN- HILDA LABATE, AidefMath. helped reduce the number of stu- ditching class. They en- dents forced school rules and made the school a safer and more enjoyable place for everyone to be. ,Nei ,S ff Q bf G 'R ff' wsz, X- Q v ix yi? I t A .tat ., titei C TOP ROW: PAT MCILRATH, AidefClerkf Teacher Corps PAM MERCER, Aide! LD BOTTOM ROW: BETTY WAGNER, Aideflleading MARLENE WAGNER, AidefFC. .,.. ,X ..,, - . --:---as iii" - --t X A SECURITY: Max Viray, Loren Russell, Nate Stokes, Camey Conradi, Wayne Harrison, and Louis Smith, Security Chief. 154 SECURITY, AIDES O J -' so hi CAFETERIA-FRONT ROW: Angie Venetis, Jackie Arner, Aurora Lucas, Madalane McDonald, Barbara Serres, Ozetta Webb, Nancy Granillo, Anna Grzadzieleski, Martha Kinman, Connie Lopez, Jo Snyder, Ruth Eichelberger, Betty Purcell, Rose Grant. Tomasek, Valeria Baltutis. BACK ROW: Gloria Drummond, Mildred Cafeteria, maintenance assist AH MAINTENANCE-SEATED: Bert D. Goff, Vern Mosley. STANDING: Weimer, Ralph Babel, Joe Falls, George Winans, Quentin Koutz, Michael Fette, Rene Forest, Daniel Sewell, Thomas Kelykamp, Allen Larry Singer, Carl Henning, George Pender, Joe Delgadillo. CAFETERIA, MAINTENANCE 155 ,,,,, MVWVFWY' li II ,,,, 5 , ., , , ,,,..w"""N-., ,,,...m...,,L ,win-,. .....,,,-is """""'s, -. at 3' PEOP x ! I ! 1 i w i 1 E S i i i 1 i 3 I 1 I i I 1 5 any l G' . en1or Class W reaches goals, plans futures The Senior Class has done much this year as one last contribution to Alhambra. The class sponsored a potluck in November for class spon- sors and Student Government to get more involved. Seniors also sold car- nations during Homecoming Week to help raise money for a class gift to the school. Senior class officers planned the traditional senior trip for Disneyland. Each senior now must look toward the future. The class of 1978 can feel a sense of accomplishment for they have done much for Alhambra these past four years. They will never for- get the years at Alhambra for they were good, but now the future be- longs to them, the Senior Class of 1978. LEFT: The Senior Class Senate contributed much to the class. They are Mike Riccitelli, Jeff Daniels and Mark Thacker. BELOW: Don Mabry talks to Cross Country Coach Morrison about an upcoming meet as Ed Aguirre looks on. 2:45 1.2. Wiiiliiiiiiiiisg .. -' -'E , 235555 s qgigfw fs w E, ,, ,, 'I -Re X , , rrn or r A, al gh if Q 1 th 1-.ff 4 Q 'wk ,www 1 4 Af., fl 3 sf? rrin J' A . ' 3 is x.....,, , , X X 3 s X Xb eg as e ft- lii1iQQ1j f xgg.-'s't't"" t"'twNN - K 19- - ' ff' Ji iik A 'f'. K j as ssa at A e "f ' ,,. 1 A " "" 'xr . , A ih' ' . V K " - i esse' i i I' ' , ilfffffiffii ' " I ' -13. :iii f -my. -2: s . . -:-. A " 'iiikk A A ' ' B ' gszk V by 1 ' V ' ':"' !-1- -. Becky Afmstrwg ' Annette Arnold Gregory Arnold David Asher ,L rrrr ' rr r 1 Kent Ashton h 1., H A . Beth ASHIUSSBH , A is rrrr f --II ..,. N A- . Y Joni Austin Deanna Avram Liz Austin Leticia Avila Martha Bahr Dan Baker a 'll Ag . ::!?:swgg555:,,:,.., sm- ., -wi. NVSQ- X sn. , .. X n 'N 160 SENIORS W s FELT I. 3 J E ' ii.: sz- . 4 .--- 1 .,- ,'airt S' is , f Q55 an ..t, X 5 va Q' x X Randy Abalos Mary Abril Jim Acedo Eddy Adams Rangel Alejandro Annette Alessi Chris Alexander Donna Allison Dave Anderson Peggy Anderson David Andrews Linda Anduaga rrrrr A "f:'f' -Y , s ik 'X X, t Q Q XY L 5? fs -:f 2swswasazzzssasesi Q U. fa X do as S' X -:.,, .s ..,.. E? 1 if if X 41? Y as ess 1 K N f : N X N. ef"- Dinah Baker Janet Baldwin Lori Banales Kim Barbee Paul Barnes Pete Barnes Joe Basom Corte Basset Dick Bauer Ann Baumhover Debbie Bell Jane Benedict 9. W 'abr Q .. it X - gi Janet Benner Frank Bennett Kevin Bergsrud Brenda Bernard Eva Bjelfvenstam Martin Block Duon Blue Bryan Bolen Linda Bolick Lynette Bonham Doree Borrego Tina Bosworth Q ,x - is ' 'lff ' I 'x X u. iff' i, qqv, .. n o ' R ii, f it 5' at SL- ir' L in i i A Q A -sw' 4 V , a A A A it 5 X-in E sk lffii . , Tony Bua April Dunsing Rick Burgess Mike Burris Debbie Burrows Jerry Byhaug Tim Byrd Susie Candeleria Albert Caouette Debbie Carlise James Carroll Rick Carroll ew w: .. Q N fs. 4. ' eeey so N so . m K1 fy. Q? After four ears, Senior Lions give final roar Ellen Bowler Carolyn Bradford ::: zii is C I h I iii ..rf i ,, .. J' K 6 , W we Tom Bragg Shelly Brandt Wendy Brewer Lisa Bridgeman Rick Brockway Bonnie Brown 1, ..,- we Z 1 i it W ' - ,S ,Q . -:,. - -' 5 fl e y ' ii ii' flr ,--11, . l i we if '5 Egij ifii ' :, , K s C l A ' 'V I T ffi I X 5 f ' " ,k,, Z . 14-RJ, A .iwlrgx is xg li in sfo B' W SENIORS 161 'mm xzirgti i,:. I 1, , ,..,k,g,,,z,: J M , , Q P R' Y g?1?g,, '--- . Freshman Brenda Hammonds watches as senior Bobby Amavisca paints a portion of the first place winning Senior Class float. F so y Bart Clifford Alan Coddington Robert Cohn John Coker Nick Caruso Shari Cassin Cathy Castillo Doug Chapman Jim Chappell Sonia Chung Randy Cimprich Maribeth Ciulla Jennifer Clark Kelly Clark Sharon Clement Sheila Clement mmmmm ,.., rirs he Iifg 'E ,,rt, ii'Ji yypt,t J C tot y Kathy Cole tw, 'J in C Scott C016 . il' B011 Cfillief A Mark Colvin ' l'l Nathan Combs Mike Conway J 2, l ' Cook ,, V ,VLV , Laverta Coons it V Z gf' i ii f gslg ,fr 5 Becky Cooper ,,,V Ff Eric Copp J gh 4 f' Donna Corohinski 1' AAAV ' H , L0riC0rne1l , ,D ' 2 .V-, I! Vrrhiv I 162 SENIORS Joel Cosper Kathy Cox Jim Craig Allan Cranton Cheri Cresswell Marcy Croney Rosemary Cruz Donald Curtis Walter Dallas Ty Daly Jeff Daniels Bobby Darby 3 M Lf , K' YVQ333. k af 1 if sl yssn.,sr ' .'r' N a slssy 3 ' Q -:F TI1 kl""' if i m X - y l iii X . gg f 1 i.f Nfl gi Vwkigr f . K , sis Zf. ,f-" f l Charlene Deshazo Linda Doehrman Sam Dougherty Murray Douma Jessie Doyle Michelle Drane Patricia Dufner Kellie Duncan Mark Durazo Lisa Dierks Ken Earl Donna Eckley NX" . . . . mzafff.. Qs 11 '1::f1,.ff-ig.z:s f: .... A - i ff - z . V55 s' f-.M 5 1 ji ,F- ,.H, fbi 5-an Z hr' kia , . in f Seniors show spirit lo participating in Homecoming Patti Dassele Leigha Davidson VM? . L. . 3 Q' M Q ' if .- -sf f 5, wr fax.. Q. 6 ..f Q.. 1. is N 1 5 i " . xg 2 5. Dan Davis Will Davis Elena De La Fuente Eleanor De Leon Bill Demlong Randall Denofsky fi X iffudidg' f v it if 2, if " , X' , H L A 'N S 5 S Q fp -f:' -' . " D y,l . I A , L-, .1 A W HS M9 " f-v fm ' ,.., f -. if ,,'.. :H - s . Q .... -s ,M-111. iz: QR 1 2242 x Qi 'K 5 E e , , -a ,kh. Susan Fajkowski Scott Fallers Sandy Faulkner Tom Fierros Ray Finch Mary Fischer L ii cccca -"--- aaaa E 'N - , - fx : M 1-i f efgh W s f' ..-hh,h i lr i .C ' , A if 1 E ccac L M N r S331 F it sf s 5 E 8 Melanie Edmondson Connie Eichorn Rudy Eidenbock Connie Ellington Barbara Elliott Tim Engel Katie Engstrom Linda Erwin Lynn Erwin Larry Espinoza Traci Eubank Jon Ewaniuk x is .E S 5 S X -.-- . . 1:1-if E fiilfzfgfi :"' isfiziff KLL' A .gi t t.tttt Thomas Fleming to 'ttii ' L L L " F ' Carole Folweller t o gi I A .Q . - Brian Forbes ' ttt' , Q - r ' ": 0 - . 'r,1-1 - - 'L Debbie Foster i ,--'e if VAI, Elizabeth Fox A iiiii A H L. Jack FfFlffm0hS .W .. ' Q ,t.t X X...3,liT "te ,- -"'-- '--- t --" f ..t. Q r 'W ""-1 . I 'K "" L - kk ' 1-h,. ,. ... ,,.. -"i F " F r,sscr N 'iii L tt' oooo o Q L ' -ii" 'iii it ili E ' 1 ,,,,, , . 1s sf t g i g - " to ' ii- f - 1 kkky K K I kk.V- is .1 ,V.. , X M ,. t,. t rrilzz 3 's-t,. . e 5 ' i"l "" Swzzseew-. "" --" S ., .-,,. . ' 'F ' t st., ttir i,,t,' H fr lt'i F L e"s T sssi 164 SENIORS gy 3 fm tnz Y .. - 1 11. .:,. x atm. Ia .. ,.f,,, N if LK1 get 'if fa ,Sz pr' 5' .1fg,gy, ttt t at "ii fQQffR F xXx L - A Q Q - -flaezieifxag 'gg-f I' U 'ssrrr M sss as M ig ' we ak in Tim Fraenkel Tim France Gary Francis Joni Franklin Monika Franzky Leora Fraser Ray Freeman Rex Frisbee Rod Frost Laurie Frye Mark Fryman Brian Gadbery K 1.11531-1'f V2 ,ix ssr sag Marco Garcia Loann Gardner John Garrett Manuel Garrido Miguel Garrido Kevin Garrison 'H Marianne Gegenheimer '- Stephen Gentle Q V 4- Cheryl Gerhardt f - I1' Gary Gettings , X4 A S Q Eric Gese 5 A Q N Karen Gibbens if gl X Qi 4, s' a X QR 9 :S Beth Graham Heidi Graham Cindy Gray Michelle Gray Rhonda Green Ronald Green Jack Greer Debbie Greff Dan Gregson Benny Griffin Terry Griffith Cindy Grossenbacher enior Class Barry Giesie Sue Gillispie sb' r , 91 -. - -, R says farewell to last year at lhambra K 5 A E 5 2, r Y Bruce Gillum Cindy Glenn Lori Glover Janine Goltry Ed Goodrow Qi X A M X P X K V' I X f :Y .. . 1 A Alfonso Gomez A f I , f .. . 5 A Vriylr C C i Wx -ff :wx s , . Q yi D Q y K K K if Vi ' ,f.. Q, , C - i'ii'i f .V Xsgyg K , Q, S SENIORS 165 in 4 , U2 Krw :ky ,LL-Nl? Barry Grubb Diana Grzadzieleski Suzie Guffey Mike Guthery 3' A banner with the numbers t'44',, dedicated to senior Matt Owens lines the fence of the football field during all games. iii ia f rriri Earl Gutscher Q ,J if V Roberta Haas ' X A .lf 'Q A' J lm Haga if 2 LM ,N qw Ken Halal V,,, E l Steve Hallada i' p Tanya Hammonds X W ,, X ' I -, pf 5 . 5 f ' ' " fe- cf 45 .Jeanne Haney Hans Harambasic Marva Hardin Andrea Hardison Vickie Hardy .lim Hardyman i..-K V, sl gatwxk 3 ,p , X' f if 2- ,,, , 4. 5, X L, 4 V ,-2:1-.ss t5 , 'W fa 4 Qfl sgl i if t 1 .ff la "aw "V: x f ' 1 vi U12 uw A , 'asf' , Y elle r- i H V A cciicc ,, ile " A dei gi f' M ,ff at r f 1 ,Lia ft ,,h,, 'ff YK ffl' 4.14 had N 166 SENIORS , tiff 3 rcir is ., 3 FW-3 Colleen Hargrove Jeffrey Harker Cathy Harrigan Kelly Harris Tami Harris Diane Haver Melissa Haver Malisse Hayden Bill Head Christopher Hart Sonya Heath Steve Hebert Bruce Heer Jeff Helmandollar Barb Helton James Hernandez Rachel Hernandez Maria Herrgesell Scott Hesterman Melody Higgins John Hillstrom Tom Hinch Tamura Hleboski Dianna Hoese -fra." i 1 , ,la Qf l fw In MN. Qu Ax -E 1k,: on g- A -Q ..- .,.. . .. if 5-Sli? S i S 2 ' is L53 we X X . 3 . ..Q: X T - ffiiilyi A a rim A . 3 1 . ' li-ry ww. S ' ' H ks. 1 - el.. oooo Ei i YQ, " i , f Q. N S fig.. , K ' X 'i ' ik' - 47 L f llhh I L ' M '-:. :!i5EE:,:,ife1:f - l 'N il xx i 5., "lk , 'lll f f -I 1 --.l V- -'arf , -, 1 ., ' ,s ff "',aA ,.:,,.. . - t t T S X ' JYY 11' lel' o 'r Sv le- Colleges help Seniors make plans for their futures Peggy Holaday Debbie Holmes ,,Qy..,,, . . t .. r'-1 - f x o t 4-ff. sf' Jeff Hostetler Randy Houston Carol Howard Kathy Hudson Jackie Hudson Lois Huffman Linda Humble Scott Humphrey Leeann Hunt Steve Hunt David Hunter Steve Hunter 1 513 -- ,, Y A Mary Holmgren Karen Hood Robert Hood Davin Hooker Jonell Hoopes Yvette Hopkins k l . gl Q.. N -f. my xg Q ' 'r 4 H' . orfr'o 1 i . 'gi H viii -i.' D t V 3 - l l i gli 5 il if X' X SENIORS 167 K . . Fsalsiiififiiiii K 5535335 Q Y' X X fa N: F X 5 .. N A ,,,, w as . Maria Johnson Charles Jones Duane Jones Liz Jones Robin Jones Bill Jordan Mark Jordan Marie Jorgensen Daniel Karr Dale Karraker Barry Kaufman ..,... X S i Q4 r if -G if V + - gif -. 5 21212-1. Ksmesasszstgszzi -W Iwgfeggztg g-fi zur, -sueszearzffsistiaagizgfise-zzrgg ix :af-Mgzgig 1 :saws ,g. my A . X Q .. 1-!ii::41::!::::::::: .:f:.z::m: ': -Y 'R - - . ,ii ::: - wm:m: w.- as 21':gs2sf22gs5i"11S '1 , . 'fig 1 -f "ss f,- ,. I.. t . .111-.11 vm a 5 H - V- - I . :::ss1a:1,:: s::: .reest- ,iaa ,i ii ig rs i it E gy ' Litas D1 if u S C1592 NZM' 96551 S f iw MEFF? e 5 5 , X A Q . ..., Ai sg X X ,--7 .ig fzi gffe ii 5 el ll wesesfli' XA E' is X S my riixffgnl as A s sr We He' - -- f K1 V - ' kg xii. ...i. 1, 355 wm,.:,.,,. K-E: K Dan Hutchens Pam Hutchison Rita Hyland Peggy Jackson Terry Jacquemin Sandy James Tammy James Steve Jenkins Patricia Jimenez Suzanne Jimenez Anna Johnson Kimberly Johnson .. if , V h .,r. x ' X ww X L Xx 1::fsa:?a.as1:.:s.ff:szzfzsssiggi . Q K faaa: z f 5' 4 D -. 5 .,,r , N as X s gn- E SX N g X , X ' S A3 4 S ----- e S Alex Kay , , - , 'Mawr at zi.,,. ' ' 2 :,, .- - :2F ys51s1zi"- " ' f Q K J .. , ,.,f X S f Y' fa his - V V S S lllss r zs' ' ,1,, Il' mi! Darnell Keith Mike Kelley Kathy Kelly Russell Kemp Paul Kent Dusty Kessler Suzanne Kew Kele Kidney Patrice Killeen Amy King Corlea King Karri King .Q Y, X E r 1 5 5 6 'ma ali fl, fi gl Wayne King J oe Kirby Rick Kirkman Alica Kirkpatrick Kandis Kissell Brad Klein Peter Klein Lisa Kniffin Rick Kole Jim Koressel Kelli Kressmann Jette Kristensen Barb Larsen Kim Ledbetter Cindy Lee Michael Leimbach Bonnie Lewis Cathy Liebler Sandy Lindebak Kris Long Carlos Lopez Don Lopez Karen Lopez Roxanne Lopez 1: ,hw . 1:23 is ,, is 5 x X, . V -lg-3 ii? X N0 X f Q M M Q I W W fi! 1' ? "" A , Theresa Kusar ff , wi sswsaas B Senior Class float Wins 5 first prize at Homecoming Carolyn Laird Shelly Lamb Mark Lambard Debbie Lamm Susan Landerman Clifford Langford SENIORS 169 .s:is,i:sW5..5 s.s...fs...f,...1if.1 .... ,,.. .f ss, TT: , N f ... e ,E ,-1l, f .. XXX Nh X be 2 ll N F , 3. X ,N Bridget Mahoney Tim Mahoney Greg Malek Donna Manhardt Suzanne Manies Melissa Manley Irene Mardeusz Philip Marin Kim Marini Nick Markosian Mary Marquez Travis Martin .Hifi twi- v 1.. ,rs, ., ia: l x 1 X RX , T 4 v XX M, ...t, .,,a,,m?,.. ,,...,,..,, ,. rr,renneeen . ee l as X - ie, X i5 it at Q T' sg .: 5 E av X ' 'J 2 ern an -' ' r.., e--r " r W .. .. 1:.,, ..5 5. .. ? ,,:: S -22 S 3,11 in r In . CQ ws ff H i e X 2 . 'P X I E H S2 22 ... :.:e.-:sm-:f -- W . .. E E F? Marc Lose Jeff Loring Anna Lovato Frank Lowe Bill Lugo Christi Lukaszkiewicz Sheryl Medlock Don Mabry Marilyn Madison Dennis Madorski Judy Magee Mike Magrath -- 11 Hag. - , 5 is R We X s ki Q s y fy- ...iw-, ..-, A. -- -m. . K5-,..,.',.W -,.1,., - .W--.Q '- fe.:.f:k.- ' K we t , .5, ,2, J fm 170 SENIORS X X ia M Q as .. .. . E, 5 ff eries 1 S iie - ...a S' ix M Rebecca Martindale Cynthia Martinez Bob Martyr Teresa Mauzy Darren McCabe Shannon McCrary Joan McCormick , Michelle McCulloch Jim McDougall Bob McFarlane Jim McGredy Gloria McKenna Susan McKissick Grant McMaster Greg McRae Jodi McShane Mark McSorley Tim McSorley Pam Meeks Donna Melvin Courtland Merchant Lauri Merten Richard Mesquita John Mich .iw .1 , . .1-7 'P--of . K' 1 m ' 1 fx Xt L.. af! s Diane Trujillo leads a prosperous Semor Class . Amy Miller b Keith Miller Q 1 7 o'A' J . Kimberly Moore Tracie Moore Laura Moreno Rosie Moreno Kelly Morgan Jody Morgenthal Steve Morrell Tim Mortimer Oscar Munoz Susan Murdock Colleen Murphy Alecia Myers iv gf. e R I ' Z 5. r 1 s 6 'gp 59. .NL-gy' ' N X Marcia Miller Mark Miraldi Jill Missler Cathy Mitchell Steve Monroe Susan Moody fx, . i"' I wi ll f v i K 1 iv? 7 SENIORS 171 .E A V - " ' 5 ' , ii 2 llri av, Jr .J v:ggpgWfe,,,ggs5s: , ., ,gwfw-.,a 2 .ww eggs, A . ff 'f f ,nu 8 Q i -1,11f is zgli- at , 'i 3? P 'N I ,rE:ssssr5!4fE?" . 's 4, 5 23? Y N3 , ,X l -. . f A if if sail " 55??i?5?fi: ?f9f if :ff -iiiflifii X if we ' ', .va Q in Sm . lf as a-59' EX - 2 --,R Mona Nigohossian Becky Hobert Q Q Here one of the loyal mascots helps to keep spirit high during a football game. Lorna Nixon X 172 SENIORS JK 3 !"3flf?e i .. E 1 is ii , we k x 5 i E R f Z 1 3 Cindy Mykra Priscilla Nahee Lori Nannestad Patti Nathan Robbie Neeley Jim Negrete Earlene Nelson Laddy Nelson Vicki Nelson Julie Nevins Dave Niehuis George Nienstedt If 'Hx 5 if i Jammie Nork 1 'J Phillip North Jay O'Callaghan Paul Ocenas Francine O'Kelly Steve Ohnleiter Raul Ohton Ted Olsen Tim Olsker Carol Olvey Jack Owens Myra Owens Byrne Papst rfxrihif Michelle Parker Kathy Patten Karla Paulmenn Beth Peacock Todd Peapenbutg Lynn Pearson Cathy Pelfrey Scott Penrose David Petkiewicz Ann Plantz Thad Platt Ray Pohl Elaine Quay Ruth Quevedo Stephen Quill Kim Quintero Patty Quirk Martha Ramey Isela Ramirez Lee Randleman Kathryn Rather Mary Rausch Randy Raux Joseph Ray ' ' Q 1 M i' ASQ W 55517 at 4 ,A fm F 1 ,H My 'ff 4 f , 'lai Jw N u, , E .i y 5 . ,n, eniors struggle with college placement exams Shelley Potter Barry Preas if ol ntcn at , x J , M Q, '-', ff GK Q . ,,,,.,, X if 51 'aah I 'V xl . L f S 5 l ff" K S no M fff QQ: Uf ,W 45 XZ 'W an we x 1 1 W R WL , , 6 l L sq ,za I gyLvfX 1 1 Laura Pribble Nancy Pritchard Birgit Pust Chris Putman Debra Qualtice Geraldine Quan l :ff ' Qs ' 'W eg f 3 ffi 4? ,".f i,f ,f 4: , K , ' if - we ' ' A , f f. 6 , viii wif?" , 19' My .Al MV Z I, I J I f , V, at J I I I X r i31 'f4 - 'X V , ' if PM 'bm if i K SENIORS 173 .. A 1X.A . K1 r- - 0:2124 1 K f f 1 is-IM N so k ' an 1, :ML I 'i E 59 is s .Q X4 Af. .3 Q div ,Ls QF' .dx A! as I in X like 5 ,,,. M , R ,ff at - y Mary Rickard Donna Ritter John Ritter Kelly Roach Herb Roberts Kara Roberts Ken Robertson T' ,, . xsx XL W..k :HW 55+ 5+b3?Z9, Linda Reardon David Reeves Dean Reid Debbie Reid Cathy Reyes John Reynolds Laurie Reynolds Mary Reynolds Mike Riccitelli Paul Riccitelli Mike Rich David Richards s vga 4- . N ff N5 ff 5 - .fill iii. 5 Sandra Roderick Wes Roever Kerry Rogers Mary Rogers Maria Rojas ...ig -' " " Q at ti: 'K wc x. X SENIORS ga, 5' -4 k 5 'W ai' K if-ffl 'Q 4 , K D1 2"'2:1Q22:J K. .. ..: - 5? 15' 'V if he if Qi K gk X QQ is in Q Ni fr K' 5 at R i -Egg C sg ,,,,. W 'Q .rin R' Edwin Rolph Robin Rothenbusch Cindy Rudolph Kevin Rush Craig Sadberry Hana Sahhar Eileen Sandoval Caryn Saunders Kathy Schander Drew Scott Richard Sears Mark Settle St , .,, Q vm 5 'im Mary Shackell i Crystal Shaw xf to 'Ng ff Bill Shephard :Ml . A H Debbie Sherlock ' -D Kenneth Shoop 5 Chris Shores 'W i ll l .' oll', 1 Cindy Shourds K ,I Renee Single 'R ' X "-3 Joan Sloan ' f 5, A Robert Sloekers it '35 Lenore Smallidge X R 7 LL, Dan Smith f ef X Q y J ' L o o AHXIOUS Senlors 't d t' W Q- . gi 4 'Q A Dennis Smith - "1- 'R ,M Fred Smith S' Q., sew Marcia Smith Mark Smith Mike Smith Pamela Smith Richard Smith Richard M. Smith Q ,,.. 1 i - i - Tom Smith p V is tt 2 p , p ez r Debbie Snyder 1 1 A 1 '.,g - , ,tl S , , f Diane Solomon i -are ,,,t. , A mrt li i Ja Q William Sorrell 'If ii' L L i X ip iff Omar Sorto U V 3 211 A ' s A ' Jaimie Soulvie D . " is L .- 3 'lk v pn V, S ri Gary Spaulding 4 WSW sf, . xli i,, ,,.. 5 Kelly Speer S We Qg ' , 4+ it + V . Cathy Stanke - AAWVNAA Vpppp E i L, 5 A A I V Lesley Starkey L Y fi, ' L Ross Starks t Pam Stevens in M' ,fgx ff if -' ii Q K A fi i I i it, k V 'M E .S X ,Q T SENIORS 175 .fi Nag F.. if Q 5 X K . K 5. 'ha ..c...e w,m.Ta.-- X .. i . is 5x1T'2f'!iEf52- :fi -1 if 176 SENIORS .r ,b ' - , Brenda Taylor David Taylor Lisa Temple Russell Tevis Mark Thacker Christi Theiss Dave Thompson Ron Thompson Ingrid Tiraboschi Kathy Todd Tim Treadway Philip Treinen if iff eiagggggrg,gy3.5.,g..f,.- f-I Q- .- -' Q .- .---, if - r'1 ,.ff:rgegfff S :ra is rj W - V- xx N W x far . Q 1 T9 . Syl 'J K J' vi' E f.. fl 5 5.3131 5 : ' 'EIEYIQQQQI-1' f ,V X 4. is f' in Ea .X N9 ,., .,.. . ,. .. if ..f .nw QF T' V Paul Stokes Christy Sullivan Sharon Sullivan Mark Suman Carol Sutton Terri Swatloski Darlene Sylva Don Talley Terri Tally Lynda Tarr Norman Tarr Lydia Tautimer PX Q if K XV' A A iiii l'iii . V fd rs , if ,iii ii as F he S. Q, i 'El 1 E E. .fin ,Q X 'ezifiiifliiif' . ' X I 'Ji , gee2s:.f2s1:s. hi wi K K f Debbie Trinka Cindy Trollinger David Truog Toshiaki Tsuda Tammy Tucker Eric Tulley Larry Turley Mark Turnage Jim Umland Lisa Valenti Janice Valentino Lanell VanDyke ki" wi 1 Tina Vargas Carol Varkoly Jan Varner Rod Vernon Oscar Villasenor Vincent Villavicencio Edward Vitez Lisa Wagner Mark Wakefield David Waldschmidt Arthur Walker Debbie Walkoff . . i , E 'x i Q W L 11,913 1 1 a- , . M 5 1 J' it I - vs 5 097: Uwe mtf an , .L 'fb' . . 56-E' P :-' ll-'A w Y :LM kk N P , . . fs ' -il 'E Q MQ w 3 Owens, Varner chosen '78 Homecoming King, Queen Lisa Walters Melinda Walton Karen Wellington James Wells Jim West Luann Whalley Jamie Wheeler Nancy Wheeler Mark Whitaker Kathleen White Cindy Wicker Mickey Wieters Jeff Wilcox Mike Wilkins 'Q 5 .N A, or '51 S .- ll L tl QR r 'sei i.,. f-ML , , A if ' 6 ali' if J EW A. xi 55251 3 1 2151 f I Gale Wamego Karen Warfield Tom Waters Brent Watkins Cathy Weber David Webster ! ! "iff ' " an ' , f i X - ,VAX 44' W" :K Q. - ,U 1 in If St 5 ' LE. SENIORS '- 1, X K W k A fa fi A , el S V Alan Wilson fo v- Q W 'Y' A f' i or in Jin Wilson JL, 2 L . ' we ' 1 . A . 1 1, , fp gg A I ., I Shannon Wilson Q M- f r A Q ' - ' ' 'W A Beverly Wolf X Z, , ,V - ' , . , X VVAL A Melvin Woody A ' S 5 1 i M, 2 i f Qg. lllzl ii 5 Luann Wright Mali f f , iiiiii ii I 1 , . 3? Nsgvx ' M is Uihu Xuan K was 'W' s if Rf' Annette Zetterlof Suzi Ziegler Linda Abalos Bobby Amavisca -- A 'd js-'aura ' 1 vfr ' Hifqyg- ,. .fi can JL, ' i' .e ,. ' 'if "7 IA.:-f K :aw ' -f "'+,xL 'q A , J L i tt 24 Sitting out by the benches, Andrea Hardison and Luann Whalley pose and smile for the yearbook photographer during 5th hour. 178 SENIORS - 4-'SH u-. A 1 Q' ' A Carol Wyatt Ray Wynes as - . -11' -e - Kathryn Yocky Gayle Zagorski j "'i .A A . Gabriel Zavala 5 r oo. N .,t,, o E as ,ks 5, my 'dc 1 oi it S K: L I - 2 if - . 11 Senior Jim Craig counts out candy bars to be put in bags during a DECA candy sale held early this year. "GO LIONS" lights up the field Homecoming night as part of the spec- tacular halftime show. I ,,,,, i i i, V 5 ' W' ., ,. L Q we .ll 1 I 5 . C5 W ,, ,, X I , W Z 1 My iv A j 'F ' ' 5 ','3x5, , 1.9, ,mv fn? Mike Riccitelli unloads the hay used in the scarecrow stuffing contest Homecoming Week. 1. awk. 'Yi ax .nfs We 4 on . 9---C' .E .... .5351 k11V,:,,f: A --.- : X A -, if , 1 we ef srl' X 'W Q ' , 2 gp ll' vm' gl A , fx? , Y A all gp lfbfiiig Peggy Antley Judy Auvil Cheryl Baize Ken Cook Bill Corditch Nancy Crough Denise Davis MaryAnn Diguida Mark England Terry Erron Lisa Gomez Helen Granillo Del Hagan David Harris David Higgins Tony Hood Sharon Kires Marsha Perry Steve McGinnis Kevin McManus Diane Trujillo Q N . J WQX il i W Y ' -. l iff , is r c T s'erefsiec ec ' y f ,fi or .f rr se Dorothy iKathy Kelly! waves from the Wiz- ard of Oz Castle lSenior floatl at Homecom- ing. SENIORS 179 S f 1 l I Q S , A A - S , 24 f f,, " ' f N , 1 'Z , . S 'VUA :FI A-"-".1? H 1 AA 1" V l ,,, - ii q x f V I 2" . , A 1 S g ' Vii' -,Lf :,1 . , 1 r ' z . fV'f . ' ' f i L. ,tzk gif, Ltrx " , K , , 5 ,gc J, A , . A , ,I I .k 39 , , , L, LBVI, rf , . 1 , H ' , , ,V . ,. ',--. ' v"' K f L m,',k" ' S , , ' S : - ' " f m ""1 M S S S V X V . A -' ' I A V' J I Em 3? 4A , " ' A ., S S ,. ,,..,f: '- ' S M ' i .. S ' " i S f. S S f if S S SS ' A A 1 1 qw S 'S 2 mfr . .wa , 4 ,.. . yn if Ak QW ,.-,., , 3. N Aww R 1 N, at S TURPIN PRESIDENT Q A A 1 s P JULIE MASTERS PRESIDENT Wu, ,ww Q - ' ,X . Akfk V' ff" 'fi A SSS E Jw' , 3 xi ,gi 'f fm W in I . , I J ' 'T 3. A A ,g Qi is ,A A 521 ' sz, 'WM V fl ,, 2.2 Y 'wi 'fs L ini"-2 1 sz Junior Class collaborates with sponsors This was the last year for the Junior Class to raise money for the Junior-Senior Prom. A disco dance after a football game was hosted by juniors, along with refreshments in the cafeteria. Bake sales and candy grams for Valentine's Day were money raising projects. The class showed its spirit and contributed to the Homecoming activities. Building the 1977-78 Royalty Float was a junior task. The float was entitled "The King and I." Junior senators Jim Thompson, Cathy Etz, and Stephanie Clark all did their share in Senate's big- gest project this year. The project was selling discount tickets to the Phoenix Sun's Basketball game on December 14. The profits benefited two families that suffered personal tragedies. SENATORS-LEFT: Cathy Etz, Jim Thomp- son, Stephanie Clark BELOW: Students are responding to a poll at a Junior Class meeting. Julie Baker and Donna Gelnett are still undecided, while Melissa Scott votes. J UNIORS 181 .. - .ssi.t-.sw :fi-fi ' swf ,..,,. W J ,A,,. I Z, "-B Q A f- sf' . A . -. f f , gy 'X QQQQ Cv M V 1 1-iw? 1 , L.-Q, lf is A . ,,11 L.'-L an ., 9 Q te, A L A do ' an A SJS af, Qi QQ K QQ! Q Q . kk Qi A ' Q A V3 . ,. ,.., K 5' "Al I 1 iik 5 ,Z ai 1 XQ , QQSQQMQX ,ix ,595 - L: . fir. My 1 J 1 4 .2 ,Zi . r..f,yeff :gg Ma ter head Junior Class Meryl Anderson Mike Anderson Jolie Anglen Suzanne Angulo Steve Antill Carol Arico Boyd Arnold Rusty Austerman Allen Austin Andy Aver Paul Baca Julie Baker Larry Baker Sharon Baker A-3 ,. ..,, sm A Q ., .,,,r . .,.:. Qia.,,... o,,, .. , . , ,, . . .ra ,. ww ....., r., G..H,, u s .srll,id,rrr at ,L A . 2 , D -ef' e ,. J mangas ffffii Q X .sf-1 QQ . ' J ee .. J f 2 ,,r,r. Eg M .. 55 -':J J 'if vn1Q45i1I" ' Q Iliff, ' - " f- - if-'Y-xi' Q ii K I ble? X at as a , X ' A 431 'A X5 'Q' is 4 Li ill , , ,,.. ff.. L ' M Q Q ,, , . , Rik s 4? 1 'ae S ' A if K E 1 gl Y sas K is K J' x mg Vincent Baldassarre J Kevin Ballew .Q 'Q ,LQ A Q Gilbert Banda Q , ' QQ L Q Q Paige Banks is - ' A QQ W Q Ql41iiTT' Jennifer Barrett Q X Rick Bartee A , Sy "' A jj f' 1: " ' Ron Bartee XX A 'fl Q uuzz Q - ":' " 'iii ,, r11-" H ,W 3 -, ' was , e r Q , t o --,, .Q e ftilff as A 'K 1 be E5 J '9W5si Q 2, a H. Z' if kl 111,255 if ix, 1 ,-:L ' '- ' X 1 25 H . iidddll it ' ' iile J " ldd A A L s A J A i f t d ldddl A ' S if ' l Gi ? 1 X ses J sq .llllxf A kd 182 J UNIORS Bill Abbott Gladis Acosta Cathi Adams Dean Adams Kathy Aguilera Rick Aguilera Ariel Aguirre Charles Ahart Mark Aksamit Robin Albert Andy Alessandro Tony Allen Laurie Alt Brad Anderson X .Q S 'fi ix Q . i1Ff11ffff3 - X N X X Q ex XX is as l 2 , "' x Drew Bartinelli Terrie Bates Dan Battaglia Regina Baxa Kurt Beebe Carla Bender Lyle Berg Jeff Bertoli Jame Bethel Teri Bible Mark Bierl Larry Bingham Julie Bishop Wayne Bishop . f.,. If-sm 15. gs Jr.. uf 'som X Carol Butler eee f I I 5 DebbiB1aok X " :.: ... Christie Blackshire L I xx A gg . i Sterling Blackwell " ' VVLI I 'i L Darrel Blain Jig Q ,G X S J' f gfzfiff fir . Brenda Bolding Z , 5 6 Q if ff' David Boliek .,. f A' M I .x Q d ' Lawrence Bond FF Q , 4 "isa 'X 'I , M.4. A . if, fn J: -' ii' -f-' "G x iiee J ' ., -i'e i " Tammy Bonham ' I J fffii. 'iix " N 2,5 5 . Kirk Bonner ieee I e . J I on I g feen ' Jesse Borboa T it 4C v-, Iri -"f K p ,S "p , 1 J David Borge J 1 'gi fjk J 5 Jerry Bowen 'i i'ie . , 1 K If- Q I 'eee I . A M Bom ree QI 5, Doug Bowsher . I p iV,A X QT Zxiilb K A fr if' -I V 'Q-zz'-:I ..,, ' H A K 1 Tracy Boyd E .I - 'IE , .. . Q X 1 X - -Q 14 5 . Donald Bradshaw . 5 . ' .D .. ,I WK K ' - . A ' Shawn Brady ii,-,W . ' K- .I iihl M ', N , ' Wendy Brandt J . u . -- ' . J ,..o - X . ii .,i. J i ezsf' Chris Bfatohof ' 1 7 if - eee . z f I.. u ii TorfiBfatho1t S i David Breshears ,I . B i'eee 1 ' fo hifi ix ' A . I3 rex' I l J -N if lklvlpoflgg .i.. ilii ' ieei ,J ' 7 I . D if D urtis Bridgeman ' N -' aa- -,V, b y ' Y . lC rlner ff J I i vv ee I HF - X ,. . J f Pat Bristow . r Q i on Rusty Britt fe o f ivii'i i' of to o ' Jfiifft . iiiea Lois Brooks Q H 'Q J P D 14-uk' in F iiii, Laurie BTOWU . i . Iio ' N NNQ eaoloo i'io K. KK ,V I ' 1 V Scott Bruder 1. X J p Vaoo 1 ' V ,- Q I ' 1 Tracy Bryant ., .M "9 'o A . "' 3' J J . gf ii gfi Sandy Bullard W mf. 'AQ K .'i' A 1-o David Burleigh - I - se ' l .ati X aeie y if c..cr I o e . M Tim Bums ,S Q .V a . the 1 ,rrr,,,,., , ' - .i Mike Bush!-oe li Q or " ii It mf 15 rr:... 1 J gf oe . A dyy I q 1 Q27 A Q5-lap A ' 3 ' ' I fre x if K X A LVLL 1 -,.. 1 i A- XI,pl,J K , I 'Ti aff -J ' e aalllc .Sir ' ' 'i" Q Tammy Callaway . Lori Campbell LLVV ii' " Mary Campbell f "ii A Q Robert Candelaria I Julie Canez ' . H, Cathleen Canter ' X352 5 -o'i fag EI. Robert Cantrell "i' 'e X , I-1, 9 l is r . W-new--f 'ia- -. ' ii'o "i11 Chris Capeo i J I A J Tawni Casteel Q J ' ol Bryan Carmack J f ff' ' Jerry Carnal ' ' it ' Terry Carpenter I Q ' f, W? i Daniel Carr E l f . . -- I' jk ' Julie Carroll V Q ' 'Q ' 1 A B o of-. b mek .o- iowa . I X fi . J' 5 ofa .Q r wx 'YJ in S - '. :W 1: ' J o'i,h . ri.oif xftf Jlo 5 ' J f ow M" ,Z f . I . . 1:5 "7 --55 . If "ist ll .If 11? V' . Wliiifo J.. ii -SI ' V .. ' ' r , in' 3 M .NEI A .1 - oh . W- , Q, I W' .5 . ,xv Mary Butler Belinda Cadieux Renee Caggiano Patsy Caldwell Peggy Caldwell Kathy Callahan Mitch Callahan frfzw QS?lSSC'?fr'f'i 'fj.I1ffZf?15'i:EEffis5ifIi79: ' f 'N wEwE...lk, .yi ,. .,, - If - Im, .4 , H .vwist-5,24-'f1 B I 59 I 1. t 2' 215' :iii wr - V I I i ggi 1 mi if e K 4 an J UNIORS 183 M X K ' " 2 J J ff-ei Je y Q . 1 rr 24 , y 4 get f AAf,, , V? it ii .Q ,Y i , i V . N ,J A .V W X. A 1 V -I aw, 4 -af? ,ff 5 L , is Jew' , W A ' x Q 'rl r w i if Ani Junior . ! ...........--Q., 1 Cindi Carter Darlene Carter Steve Carter Joe Castellanos Paul Castillo Sinead Caywood Cheryl Chadwick Dave Chalais Angela Chavey Danny Chavez Lorraine Chavez Pam Cheatwood Tammy Chesser Tom Christensen build Homecoming float Dong-Jin Chun "" 'J'ii 5 Nam-Jin Chun ' J , Merry Cid if if ,, B Stephanie Clark Carol Clayborn J J ' Coleen irr, 4 i .,- 7 -,, Stephen Colbert , xg I g gy . l Brian Cole if ' John Cole Peter Colla Angel Collado Terry Collenbeck A Vicky Collier Sue Collins LSI Keith Colton Greg Colyar Tami Combs ' Kevin Conway Teresa Cook Kathleen Cooper Kim Cooper -,, 1 J J 'lla A Q o C , ' ig J V, - i'r' by .1 ' AI ..,4 ,V ,j,:.., I i i., M J y N f 2-'ZS yieii my 1 V1 Vi F if it J il tw I . 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' , S c"S 4 is fit-5' . 5' Q 5 ,rei rss i f - l V KX' "' Q T - ' " i e s iv lf i.Z, ' GX, b yi l ' ll rf' "li .efs slcssti G " at rx H , ' :,. lliii P-S I so - R fam, ff R iiil ' N . g 5 t x 4 f ,QQ ..LL T i J, ., I gif l lil If fl Y h N , ara ' jay , . di E f i hz 5 KK 'xxx li , k fu P l if if 67 l ' -a . ' 11 .f11:,- X X h A A .A ,K ee si se l W liii los r 1 ' f lris 54 fg l R - Q., 'll lif " ' ' S r fii f ii' ' "- v iiii S I -. W . il' iiii if . 4 i . Q? - f f er 5 o kl.. -e ---f -t ' N l,yli 2 f f .l e S . if ' .-4 at titty 9'1" sf-:f....""'ff:-.W l h s J UNIORS 193 .121 A 31, V " J V' was 1 ' .' ' I NME A W ,,.,, , 1- 4 ? ,f a 4 is' Q X Wal, x xkkh V it Af Z, f ,H A -. tr may ff s , gxnq It I - I Q V" Q1 af-. ' "f,Z',, , l ,. 'Y , T 'll Q 12" viz, I X " ' I . Y Y4,--.L , . f 'f N b- 1 x ff .f 1 . I New Mr' fx f fe J 1 Xl' :iff Q4 A GX . , Qyziirff ' W J aff- J it if ' r N A -X Y 125, . 'Law Wikflf I 'LA hi ,, rl gall' if if I gas' .vx w ., 'Yu 11, x 1 j' is l 'I E' 413 Aillh 4 Y ,V Matt Southard Tammie Souza Angela Sporrer Scott Stafford Lisa Stark Mike Statzer Barry Stephens Kelly Stevens Sherri Steward John Stewart Kathleen Stewart Mark Stewart Ron Stiner Cheryl Stockton Junior ho t Junior-Senior Prom Maureen Stone Joni Story Terina Story Pam Stout S ' 4 Karen Ted St Don Stubblefield Streets uart Lisa Stubbs Chuck Stull Dan Sullinger Randy Suman Debra Sutphin Matt S Theresa Sutter utter i Jim Sutton Claire Swadener Connie Swaim Q Robbie Tang - 'Y Todd Taylor John Tease ' Diana Tellez ' fl t W rx vi HW J X ,fwfr A f' if mlm A ,xdlgesw 9 5 lf 'Rs E 1 , f. 1 gQ,.,x' if x ' "'gazgasf,f11,::-W . . V . if ,,,,tt,,,, .. , , M W f 29? ifri at C n Zi, 1 ,, 1 bs. .pq X A wi. ,. ' 1 sri "Ky as 96+ Riga 5 an C V '.4'1?'EHf 1f7i "" -,ff X316 'E 2 Q, f 457 E J :gags J, . if , 'fi ll" ? , r , X , N V affairs: FC! . 1 u' 'V' pta K 'sl ' , gwx 1 f ,,--- K, ,A - x U A if ,, X 'Q 5 554-pg n iq' Z' rf- , f as I . X x 1 Q2 4 . , .1 A G 5 S' , ,mx : 7 P" n 5 F gy I - 1 vre- .ei, vf,t- L I iii illill -:-: H 4 een M 1 g "la "2r 1 is it i"L i z1'l '11'e r--1 ' - - ,rr-- J -4 - 1 . ' , A ig J 1 fr Mins yyr s . Ei :fa K I 3 Ma! V - 1 -af-W 7374 w " hyyy f ' PWM ' - 'r,- , . N, . 'M""i'?i3 .. ' i , Q M, , , L Nff-fg""l,:M,-M. " , M- ' ' N .,,, iii: K M , V,.,, . A imma: I i "t" A , ,,.- f- H fl 1,, ,,Z. 2 y y ff lsf T l 4 A 47 r 1 r a t s" V J ' Q at or M f if J as ssy V r. ,-Qld sua I lx f f - z lalla 194 J UNIORS X,..,f".:a l 5 , f, Tracey Terveen David Tevis Jenny Theder Joel Thomas Mary Joe Thomas Jim Thompson Michelle Todd Wayne Tomlin Laura Tovar Beckie Tremble Lorri Trunick Tim Tucker Tom Tucker Howard Turner . ' fiwwi ' if . - K 15, K 1K . K ' 1 55, T 17471 . fix 14- K ,, ' i ' -Qui ' -fvgt 553555: W ' K . ,... . Q W, . , . l ., ' V-7 - K if K - . ..,, 1 ---- - -132 .Q -- t ,ff 4- , is ,.,T rr 'J 'l 'J Nia? it V N 1 if P Mfrs'-wx-s it 2 E-vzzeegzsxtwzlwiv '-:Uf"12i- rfzrcrsw. lgew- iii' is ii 4 3 f q -fff'- ...ir 1' K J . M, Q. X-1Q, J M 4 . . . 1. ,: . K s...s,,.,,,:4,, ., K tttty . N ll Q s wg Q 55 xx 'G if nf, L ' l .Q -vu 5 'I' f, JW M' X X ,I w ILS, if Q5 'Ml . FW 'J t f s Is h , .X .324 A si fd 'J' J i v ' f , i E I Junior Eddie Rizzo tops the Homecoming Float with stuffed chicken wire, after a productive evening at the home of Cathy Etz. iei' it ' -- 'K" 'N K . , . : Iii' i ' . S: i' f . , , . 2 V.. H 1. fa-sig!-Q ,ff f ff A 'i . K lk.. ' ii f ., E if 515, : is g l. f , 'V' ,K 2 KK 25, . 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Q ., Z, 1 Ami' f Patricia Turpin Hank Urbanski Colita Urich Tony Vargas Ray Vasquez Julie Vaughn Brenda Vick Amador Villavicencio Sherri Voet Jeff Vohn Cathy Wakefield Devy Walker Terry Walton Margaret Warner Patricia Warner Jane Washburn Anni Wasielewski Cindy Wasyl Tammy Watson Ana Wayterra Terrie Weakley Teri Weaver Robert Weber Lorri Weld Greg Wells Jonathan Wells Gary Wendorf Chris Werking Michelle Wesolowski Eddie Wester Brenda Wheeler Tammy Whitaker Ann White Delbert White Jim White Karen White JUNIORS 195 5755 ,,g,i,.,kf . , . l F in :ii gli-F? fm f " iii? 'K A 'fa W if H, 5 . ., 2 , ' ,, Q as if E an, -sig AAF, Q, Aj? Ling? i ff '9' ,4 .. ,A if.: ,fy , L' 'il' Wig 1 " 'V lg . ' l 5 f i it - A A L, , ..W, E, - ' "" f, ig 73 "-h 3 i' K elif ' .,,h , " -1'- , -W:- i ' I - i . gyye oogg g gyyigg - lgggl . W g f f ., if , ' ff- iiii iiivi gg A LL-' ff T F "" ,ffl 'ff'-'il J 1 .Ll i g yffi . :: -W David Altamirano Richard Baez-Morales Tammy Bonham Julie Canez Daniel Carter Dean Chafin Christina Cozad Jana Duff Julie Gargus John Haehn Debbie Halal Gene Jackson Jeff Johnson Cheryl Loupee Junior write class song "Remember" Mike Massoni Jay McCoy Terry Mullirlgs Terry Nordlund Shirley O'Campo Lisa Quaid John Scott Karen Selvey Mitchell Set Rhonda Stanley Sue Stillwell 34? A' ii iii E E s "Schuh-eifmm W! is 5 We Q eg iii 1 f l d?-g,fff it i Q? i gmt' Aiiiiimaiie Wasielewski g A iooy 1. lVllCl'l6lle Wesolowski nm ii a g Kym Wicoff Sv ' Mike Wilkins i"i W fi W' ,Vi'i. in Mamie Williams A 5? W Mark Williams ,M 1 "" i i t W S Stacy Willis l li,i . N H L? in Jacque Wilson 3 A John Wilson ff W llil 3 in gg iii fffg 'i'k f L flfiiiiiiiiiil J lk , G' ,,.,, A yi,y Walt Wilson ii ll isil Bill Wim siy liii i. V iii lilii Harry Wong - i W Dan Wood W ' Rita W00dy f -,F ,i i.k : f y E 2 ili 'X ,,, J , ,,i,l - fi. fl-iw,-,mg iwkik, ill,yi in in L fil,i 11- ' i Q 1 ,-.- W W' W yvvy W ' 'f flli W N ii'i ' D iii Yvonne Wray A Beffi Wright li l " f Peggy Wright 1 f Diane Ybanez liii i 'iiill 5 g ' iiil ii g Henry Ybanez g A Q Joanne Yenkla 196 JUNIORS k ,L Y I, 5,1-"J V 1 A f if 'Yi , ' ' J' . Q" ' M J I ,, V ,,, K V,h,, J ' f 3 ,F 5 -r A L It gk -gl. l 3 Xkk, 'Q V E frf K Nikki -J K - I -, ' rv. 2 -,-.f-'- 'V . K - c 'x 1, ? Water gun competition was an activity held in the quad between classes. iw'-3iE S .e,. Julie Bishop enjoys a quiet lunch hour in quad. Cheryl Loupee John Young Carole Young Jeff York Lisa Zetterlof Livius Zestrisan Earl Zeller Gina Zavala I ! S Students await their turn at bookstore. Jim Thompson contributes to building Homecoming Royalty Float by sawing boards. JUNIORS 197 I N-.gg me-rf' do , Junior Kim Roach is stuffing chicken wire for Homecoming Float. Students gather around benches on quiet lunch hour. 198 JUNIORS ,Jin ff K . rr Q Q i, 3 if ' , if N' si' wie Bill Abbott, Kevin Jones, and Henri Egter dress up for dinner. .f"' ' , I ,M Junior Tony Figueroa changes spark plugs while others supervise. S 'F' Teri Bible and friend are wondering if Karen Francies' hair is real. .f,.., - i irir el I l Q iii Q.. ifi -fi i, if or Marcie Williams, DECA Junior Vice President, is at installation. David Oesterle is working on Key Club poster. ,1 'Q fir, I . v, , ,, V , Y nl A ' V 4' A i I- f Fi A if if ww he if 12331 " 1 , ,M 33,5 Sur f. 3 1 sf' .1 e lg 'um i , ?g1,gj" , gi. , 9 ,' Q. 1-4 Juniors visit La Placita during Yearbook convention in Tucson. JUNIORS 199 ,, V,AAL,,...,,,. W,., f M A'f'-W I I E . 3 1 , - ?'5,:i-QM 4, . 2, 'Wx . i 1- 4 l , f , fy! V G.. Nfl, u , 74 V V I- - 'K f 1 l If . ' .y . 3 i n MOINRPKY In Mrs. LeSueur's history class, junior Tom Jackson did Indian murals. Junior Carole Alcantar looks over pictures for yearbook section. .,o...,,,,... ,..,,,,, -HV I . V Junior Becky Trimble and teammates plan strategy for next serve. 200 J UNIORS ffl 113 Something amusing catches Anna Mulvihill's eye. Karen .AH ul il ? 3 W 5? LAN E V 5 2 2 +- 3 W " IA VAAV Students are enjoying the day's sunshine. Francies and Italian Pony enjoy a warm day around lockers. M521 W' U fy I ' Zena rw In I in 1365! i Students enjoy themselves around benches at lunchtime. Sheila Shapiro is proofing pictures for yearbook. J UNIORS 201 f1 Sophomores of '77-78 have great year! Alhambra High's Sophomore Class was well represented this year with President Judy Callahan lead- ing them on. Sophomore Vice Pres- ident was Debbie Haertel and Sec- retary-Treasurer was Harriet Britt. The Sophomore Class worked hard with the Freshman Class to make their Freshman-Sophomore float a success. Among other activities, the sophomores also sponsored a sports dance on November 10 to raise money for their Prom in 1979. Kay Nannestad, Pat Hoffarth, and Virginia Gibbons combined their efforts in making many de- cisions as Sophomore Class Sen- ators. LEFT: Sophomore Class Senators are Kay Nannestad, Pat Hoffarth, and Virginia Gibbons. BELOW: Sophomores wait by the voting boxes for fellow classmates to come and vote on Homecoming. SOPHOMORES 203 fa, -xv , if ' -ut ,, , . , .. 1V ,,,, , ,, A V if ,V ,,,, ,g 1, ,WMV I A, ,gffs,,J,--,MV -V ,VV ,- ,VM a,,- VV, V. ,re-Vfrmw '1 ,QV -, V QV5,V1-axe: if ' ---VV, 'f Vw. e V. Ve A do V, VV ' ,,,. 1 ' , V it "" ' , Q U, , ' JVVF- A B j - .Q no V , ,V ,Vf , pu ' ' 'sf ,V f A Va. .mn ,, g, Y, KV ,. I , . A, .. 4, 1 , 7 I 1 r,m9f.51sz,f- ,V Jud Alan Arvizu Mark Austin Joe Aycock Shari Backholm Tim Baggett Rene Bailey Brenda Baker Mitzie Baker Tom Baldassarre Joanna Baldwin Marti Banegas Kevin Barbee Jeff Barrick Kelvin Bartee Kim Bauer Robert D. Beard Mike Beaulieu Greg Bell Marlon Bender Marcos Benites Rhonda Bennett ai 'hi gl fiiif af fif. . g aa- ,,f: L , fwfr' 9 4 4 , 41 V ? V .V s,Q,,.,,,,V,V,,.gVQ, 1' 1 A a V ,,,, VV ' ' ' 52" -".,,-, izgfgezgg I fifft fa, ,. VV Q, 1f,,,VV- . 'H YH ' 'v .a -,a a-f,- V,, '- Vasa, ,EVM f .4 ,,, .... ,. . WW' , ,,L,f ,,--.. , . V . .V :L I , ,ivy V A ree,lri VV HV - V ' ' fi' A Q ff 3 ,47 if Q ,, in ,A A -,,,,,,,,a.,..fVV 'K' Callahan leads Sophomore Jeannette Abbott Larry Abrams Joe Acedo James D. Aksamit Robert Allen Bobby Altamirano Julie Amann Fred Amavisca Patricia Amavisca Dale Anderson Robert Anderson Pam Andrews Robbie Archer Christine Arnold class V . ,L ,,.,,. f " "'ii , ..,, i , , V V A , , V ' VV ' .... i ' ef H J.:-,Q n, - rx: . 5,3 L, ' V - " :, :gE5gg:g:::,,?r' z ' ' IHSEEY' 'E 55555553 . " 1 ' ' ' i,., .. 1' ' -' . V? I-""' , Ei ' A- "1 A V.: " mf'1'VVV' K' A A . :V Dui 'Sf' Q- V ,,, 7 . V ' Y 3 . C32 ' V . "I 1 ' 7f"57 -V-- f V ' ., J i" ' ' V. I ' . R V. P B V , " Hifi 3515 4 ' K M , "" ' 'V - Q. E Av .Q I m m el if e A , e. 45 " ,,.V , ,iii V 4 -- ', V' as . fr' 'V , 1' ,V lr" V V Vt ' ' ff V ' 1, o o ,,,,e,, ' ' ,,,, ., -t1.l r e'-, r V ' " ' -' L ,Av-fi K J mfii' We 5 f e e VV l H roii A ., t - V 4 Vr, V Vt" I AIV 1 3 ' l VV if -"- 'VVV " 'toi fm, V K , , VV ,,V,,,,fVf,,: . W 7' A -far ,Q L c 7 6 fi Ze ,. K .. V , L, V V- VV V ,, JW if fi? A li t ff V ,,s, mr M "LFE U55 ::i5,,-V1 1 ,,,,, ,,, V, :L a We f , , - H f ' ,i,,i A ' . ' "': V V,,, , - ,, , ' ' it A . J ' , , V 4 '--' ., ' ,,, , ,, V, ,, ,,.. , , .,,,, ,, .. Vf, .. .,,.,V-V, 1, ,,, ,-:,V:: ff, V . -.f- ,at ,af V V ,V , V 1 e"""f ' ' VV ,V., V ' V ?!55ffiEnf ffVw:' :Zfff'2' Vi- mf 21,4 A 32" . 2, V,wl7V'!ff 7' 'fl ', " ' V " 'V -Vw: f' iff ffff - , V'-- . 'ez,fJfs:f1V:,J-' V '- ' :gf . ' .2 - 1 o ' V ir' ' V V ' 'rf A V 4' , fV 4-V, - " af ',,- ,Vf 'V . .Q ,M 5,1514 I , . jg 204 SOPHOMORES Mike Benson Nanette Bentley Brad Berghouse Lisa Berlin Nancy Berlinger Kathleen Berlyn Denny Bertoli Jeff Bingham Kay Boliek Robbie Bonham Kevin Bonner Tracy Boorn Terri Boswell Tana Bosworth i -. 4' J- . ,... in M i S .'- kyrr :., "3-i 1- K x 1' f. ww. ,af-12f':Ef:x:-"1 ii K 5 e g X -1. Q? af yn. X A -1 i. ,:1,. , .f-.. A i. h . K .W... , K vt L -QQ" i B x l V . . 'LIVI 53 X, N ., K E R K We 4 My x 5 i '5 fi John Blake Joni Blakely Willie Black Bill Blackburn Doug Blackwell Derral Blanton Maureen Bleau Cynthia Bower Curtis Bowler Brenda Bradford Brad Brandon W ' Q 1 "ZW--Q V. . . B h lrgmla ramwc 'l'he Freshman-Sophomore float was built in F.C. They had fun with ,az hz' eg. H 5 x Ez 1 ' S it . Ryo their theme, "Willie Wonka and the Chocolate Factory." if? Bill Brashears Kim Breedlove ' Tammy Breedlove ' Cheryl Brewer Stacy Brewster Thomas O'Brien Harriett Britt -1,Q X i - ' Q-er: ttli "1e 'teo . . . ... , I , ,K . Jim Butt :if P K F " o h or Gary B1'0CkW3Y U is - J '- Z W l A Monica Brogdon . H 5. ie L. i I, l 5 A gy.. so Sherri Bronaugh ' K f -' J iggfwji, Q AA 1 we ' - . Brad Brown Z . . A - , ir .ta hwy K L d B A , C A , Q sa, J yn a rown C. to af J iiiiiio 3 i Julie Bfudef :TV ,. Y V . 1 k Lk Q NN A to ear.tr ' X'-f r " A ' iii, - a af ryanr at A ' f, x Rex Bullard loiet i iierf lt' r -yir t f 1 4 .4 " David Bunting ' ' V if 7 f i ' . ', 7 Margaret Burbrink A ' " V' 7 ' Arleen Burckley f , N . . A ,, gif Audrey Burham K if 5 jf Y 1 3 J' 'f i f 2 fi : f if f 4 ILM ...A 1 f fm' .fj- , 1,1 , In I ,,V 3 ,V Keith Bums eii-, s eele ' V i e Julie Bushroe V , 1 Derma Butler A lir Michael Butler A gg, if V if A ' V Kathy Byhaug I i Q H lm , , 'C . ff' i ' Mi' 4 V "' Robert Caime .5 Illl' " Q! V ' ii -A ii tif f " k t Qgpiilxif ' A SOPHOMORES 205 kk" ' W ff f fr. I -- ' ' if 4- 1' Y . i . l AAfmzf:,A A f,, 'H 'ers ' if as A in ' J- L fQL A an g ri 'If- 20122112-iffiw ,-:f wzizmg 5' A ' i' if , iit A . i ' J - :fig 1 li ' A VA K J g l AAAis Carolyn Cain Jane Calanda Judy Callahan James Callison Sandy Campbell Staci Canada Pam Canale Misty Capriotti Tom Carlin Jody Carlson Jack Carreon Randy Carreon David Carvalho Ray Casillas ophomores study Arizona Government i .A-Amir 1 time ' i ,1 K 1,2 AA: 3 E At 17' 2 C' "1 I 4 5 If A . fl 7. W c A H , V f 'M 'W -A f , ff if 1 xg-Q A A A AA if ff' E J , A A A A As 5 ' is t A F 1 -. ,Af At , . 'V V A5 , Q," 1 12. A YA A V i f A i l l J a t 2 it-3 X w 4 'rx-as it f . s ii A A- V ,A QAA. A, 'AVA ' y A A J A .,.A fi' I N' 41 QII V , It 5? KA A N A v , 'fk A. 'K ' 'Z' M AA A. ,2'- 'ra ' I i i' ii 2 A 'A -' V VV A AW A 4 V, A VVVVVVA, , A x A A A AAAAA , X 2 X 'E y7'A ' J ff' W ' if N A AAAAA A A L ll' i .J I " ,v V, if J' e J A 'A A ' ' AA ' AA u '- gg "Z 2' ' As' ' J f A ' A A fx. iiiii 5 if K ! ff AA !XAA A A Adi 2' 2 ,AA 44 "" -fr--U"-1" Jia " " ,ZLAJ A l '-1Ai iv'1'ii N J A A it' J y , 1 Q 'x "1 - A 7711 C 206 SOPHOMORES Sergio Castillo Alan Caywood Bobby Celaya Thomas Chamberlain Vernon Chamberlain Janet Chase Chris Christen Christine Clemens Kendyall Clifford Bobbi Clinton Leslie Coates Maryann Cohn Sherri Coleman Jack Collins Kevin Colton Mark Conarroe Julie Cook Roger Cooke Daniel Coons Pam Corbin Ellen Corchinski Theresa Cornett Carmela Costanzo Kim Cotterman Annette Coughlin Joel Countryman Richard Couturier Tina Cox Marcia Craven Linda Crews Kathy Crisman Rene Crosser Donald Crowe Robert Crum Margaret Cruz A 1' v v C A C C, Cf My "n - JC ii Carolyn Cruz J . C Doug Daef ' C' iii f Jeff Davich Anthony Davis ,C Cathy Davis ,ta If V 3 V. Deena Davis 5 + if 1 .Cx C ix I V -,, n f, C Kevin Davis ' f V A L 'ii "iii D Loretta Davis A D my Sue Davis 7.. in A , -4 H 7' C Scott Dawson A 4,1 3 K A V V fm C 4, Y' ' Dee Cherry I 'far' V ,QC 5 W xx' 5 , Joanne DeLa Torre , 4 n ' i "". ' C l CCC A X " ,W A: Dorina Delgado 7 a,,L, 1 i f 5 i I ' A A "-, gf 1, C in , Bob Demlong ., ii yi' P ' ' V ' 'J S, ig iff! f ' ' i CC ' n fi V Z fn' ti' v :ilk if ik? , 'L-2 ' fi i 5 K' . sniai A ,W , Ai Nj ff? a,, 1 ' 1 ' -'ff iii' V 4 Theresa Denning . C Q aeavi C eaen C f C A A C John Denny "iii ll : if f D qi C , i" 11 i'l V A D' Joe De Nunzio M C i' J J ' fg i nn -in Dennl Atha , VV ' V A Q A CC ' j LVV 'f a Frank De Somma ff' gf x C I, W C ' "TQ-nf .s Steve Dickson ww" C L fl ,nf " C 5,31 1 C fn ' , 5' M Jim Dierks V: ,C,L , ,.sC A 4V:,V C 2, ,I ,HE ,, in Cheryl Dillsworth Cg, MC I C3 ii Nannette Dionne an .CC -1 'V A C: ' . 'i" H Delores Dixon C , C n M C C . QQ, nv xg- 1 , 'C iiln 'fi I' Tom Dixon llv. ,,CC if' John Dominguez gl ni" C N , C Z iiil ' g J 4 C j j Allen Dominguez A A K' A A A " CCnC C fag? C aann Robin Dnnnhan C no an 3 iiil 'WJ Y W if Albert Dooda Paula Doss Kim Doyle Mary Doyle David Drane Monica Drane Shane Drews Bill Drinkwater Brian Dugan Kandi Duncan Joseph Dura Jeff Durbin Debbie Duzy Nancy Dziuk Patty Dziuk Susan Earley Wayne Eary Tami Eastridge Becky Edwards Lucy Eidenbock Yvonne Ellison Carol Elwood John Emery Jon Englert Sandy Erickson Debbie Ervin Bev Escobar Doug Esslinger 126174 ff-"n" ' 'f C " .. , K I 'v J My if ,.. N T' s 7 MQGWCE 'I'-I an xii an 5 'CW- ,XJ 1 I f I 7 5, Cness f' 1 ' 1 ff C . 'fs C 2 fl 4 AMA' V X M nf V? C f -- V ' in E 3 35' M Q VV , .Cf k H il C'i"' N' 'iiii "" i J , C V 4.43143 if A C i' ii' if ' A if I I X WIC ' , ' D , .....-..- ff 'X is if Q4 wmv, C nC, .,,,, C in C, 'nn 'Q . W 1 Q C I L. 2 C i ' iiii K iQ? Q C vw f . 3 5 an J f 6 if o 'wma 0 6. C no f 'C nf CC ' Ing, I C 3 W1 l 4. S ' 6 . M ...W Q X gM f I SOPHOMORES 207 lr . . , . - ..,, r D , A 'L.'LL K 'K A W ' A ' F vo L,,.. , a r, A .G A' A ' . . , 1 ,-h "kk G ' ' 47 A mi ' Amrfafaiasffvfa ' ll Y oph Cary Ferguson Laura Felcie Valerie Filipek Mike Finch Alan Fischer John Fitzpatrick Iva Fletcher Kathy Flores Ken Foster Dawn Freeman Deanna Freeman Robert Friou Brad Frisk David Gadbery Randy Gaddis Bruce Gall Dave Gallo Janell Gallo Nancy Gambee Cathy Gamez Karen Gapko 7 look to bein g llppel' Tricia Esquivel Leslie Estes Denisse Estrella Tim Evans Paula Fagenbush Celeste Fallers Dan Fenn classmen i . ,,.. , ,, A rr.. 5 , , 'eee' , A ' "" t, ssss A Warsaw 'W-f 2 'ffm :iff 1 fs.,. 'fwv V: ,,,. . QA - . rn ' U 5 'WM 'rl 52-gi f ' J o X 1 - ' 3,5252 MWMMMM 'm" J Af' K . f -' M--y,,,,,,,,,,nl'r""' K - " M r "een"-e r t r H ,-e- W 5' ..,. . F if y .,,, I ia hgh L K "-' ,, , r,n,, V ,,,r ' f K "'i ' . f Q21 Q , lass 6 hV p in D A sm r , , S ,w o "kk lid k"'ike,k ff ' ' ' 'af' 25561. af to ,, Q ,P. 7? Q MN' ' Zgygf, , tiger - I :1 rx f' M or i , sa gf I 2-'la , 3 favs! 'i t 'f - ,nf Duane Glisan Marci Glover Eloisa Gonzales Gilbert Gonzales Henry Goodrow Julie Gordin Barbara Goyette ,.,.. .,ma,,..,.., W... a ff, A A D Frances Garcla il'ii'i l st" F ,,, , Jose Garcia .... F A 4 Linda Garcia Lorrie Garcia . I cy 'F A l 're, Orlando Garcia L , l , A r f i Margie Garrido 1 or Patty Garry ,M-. AA 1 -1 1 l i i'li, 'A " E ,AJIQY , fffiiffiiifllfig32535 'f" fi: 5 ' ' 'F 7 ' lii i Mitchell Gaylord ' rii Maria Gesswein rrt, "" " r 'V , Mark Giardina I fi A loosv ,i.r A 1-rr if-1- W' , if :xxx -n'. W 1 at -' W' Stawy Gibbons G a i I Virginia Gibbons ' ' g5j,ifA J Timothy Giles 1 M ' ' W is TIM Glllllm ' F K i", 3 i ll ' . 27' 'f EL, F rrv- Ae: .ic z if F if 'lii'l rii' F A' rrr' -' l A "la'i r r N f fa! F lrrr or r - A A onn trit no l o f ., 1, ' f l 1 G .a,r 'IQ l V ,Al A 3 olri fan ' ff 1 ij W 2,5 f A X i i . .kiyrr v ' V f r 'rlrr A -Y il 12 vfffao t ' 4q1lllff., fl? I r A '-it 208 SOPHOMORES A aa F 5'f 'I X ' 1- Kl ga if -L k E , V, ,,.. V il fs' "f M' R if C Q nyeyt 1' 'V J 'ff' 1 ,- n-'ffl ,.. '64 N , MFG is ' ff. f Zfwfrfi --...f 1' ' f 2 'I Q V-Hz: wvgfnf ik, 1. if :LV fi, wwwb- 7 :WY ,X Q 'KK- I my 5 L,,,,., ,I ,,-,,,,,:, .,,,,. ,,,, ,,,, ,V ,,g,, as 6 '4 as F s 4 Ya f -I - nf: .g f I ,V Q , x N ig? Q A , rx FI l i ff' Q af- A , if if i X ix 4 I ,,:A, i X. H 2 i A K' ff' ,fs , l HQ., - , f , ,.,,a,,,,w ,HM , , JAN' V Van! .V a ,y Qi . J ,ff ,ag , rf E K if R Pi K? in I L If . 2 My xg.- ' fl' ' eff Frank Graham Tammy Greenwood James Gregory David Griffith Richard Griffith Robert Griffith Kelly Gristock Matt Groves Shirley Grzadzieleski Richard Guedesse Chris Gulliver Patty Gummerson Linda Gunderson Irma Gusman Tim Harnack Sheila Harney Deborah Harrach Lydia Harrigan Claudia Harris Danny Harris Bret Hart Carla Havlik ' fi"fAi f . 1 ,-" w ' t - ' ' ltyy r V A 4 V , Richard Guthery V ' , - H Richard Haas i f 'RM , V John Habeich 'i 1 , 3 Debbie Haertel 5 " f I V ' 1 Deanna Hall - Q53 5 , , Kelly Hall 'l V- if Kimen Han iii .i 5,, ,-'-r 'K' - fgfff Q .rir ,f i L i Mike Hallada 2' 7 Mark Hammel 1 V ' We ., ,,i, fi Shirley Haney ' rom g Y ' , Robert Hanson i 'W V f fQlf?f' Carolyn Harbison i v Q5 Jackie Harker One of AHS students' favorite pastimes is to stand and talk in the quad at lunch time, as these students are doing. SOPHOMORES 209 LM, ,,., A , H L J Tiii David Hayes , , e 1 ' Sandy HHYSS 14' i , ,L 5 L H - L, QQ, , Thomas Hayes L , X ' fi HMWN Camren Hays .L A W' William Haywood ,, ru fo . , ., " iw ""' K Carla Helmandollar Yo X X.. o J - 7 aa . g Qi X 1 ' J D NA w a ' 7 o x L f . , A 'EAA ' ,, M if f V ii , X 4 ,. Terri Herman i 4 ... V W G, ,aa , Marie Hernandez is ' ' ,ij V..' . n , V Ron Hernandez L L 'f-'a N ? dda RuthAnn Hesterrnan ' V V tx ' i ' - ' e Mark Higgins L , ,Ri . V L -mf I Kim Hilton ' W Q' , Qi oi i'ii ' Susan Hindman ' '21' Y' an Q ., , fi . ophomores' spirit A, W OBIS. , ".. ' Lori Hinson 'f Q, iii' Jeff Hobbs - J ,, .f , A Nancy Hoffarth st ff , 3 5' ' , L , Pat Hoffarth ,, L , ' "' I ,I T . 3 ,Lg Zi.: Z, Alvin Hogan ' ,L V 1 ' V' , -ff: VL ' Pamela Hogan J - J 4 ,,,a J L A, Melissa Hogland 5 VV f 'fl V , N i I J , " V. ' i L 3 A 'aaf 1,-a 2 X nilii Q ' if ka fi V 'il' ' L Bill Holmes W.. Q David Holzer I V,V. t ' L J jzsi, Michelle Homer Q L David Homsey 5 4 ' A 3 '- Y, H ' ' ' Scott Hopple gi 1- ? A '-2'1" ' .5 ,,, Debbie Houser Q nl V ' JZV Tim Hovey ff R 3 5 E ,J as ' 'U i 1-Q . ,i.VV ,i , of Zivg nee vninn ieil Sheri Humphrey J J , , Jerry H'-mt f-. Q7 A i V"'i 4- , J 4 , L, Diane Hurtado F ,n l ,gi 4, gow- 'VV me , Steve Hutchison ,L ' " Brian Ingle .o of "l J 1 J ' i iia a ' f A nnl' fa , ' J o . Kim Ingram fi , Q S' i" 1 fi If L 'li iiii 35 L -- Mike Inman ' 1 , gf' M" ssh f. L ,QZT Q J I - f ia, f I Seal, 1 4' , y ' , Mike Ives ifa-i ,giggf L,LLL L 1 no e L ,L A A Jerry Jaco i , J J i'iL' J' L ' James Jacobson rv V,k, I. ,',, My A . . A FM, ini J, ili, " Nw, L -,L, me V Tammy Jacques J A J J ii,av D' ,, f 3. J .1 l ,ff V Candy James V. J ,Q M ffzlii-ff? 1' Lf, LJII Lf ' ii' 5 Mike James V , W 5 5 f, L f A ,i N .4 vo L,t, if . 12,-ff: , 127 1577 fo ' -- fe 5 v J ,f i , ,J ilin iv S "'i ii'ii'l' ,l', A L, J . ' I ,, , I Susan Jamrozik V n J A J f A 'L V L Brenda Jodat L, X ' ,.' T i" ', J ,M no Doug Johnson 5 , Q L 3 L, , L , ,. - V 'W Q I1 A 'H Lf e F L Karen Johnson Lf ' L Q R 5 , ' V' 5, ' Q Kenneth Johnson f x In A ,.IL, 3 ,L ew Z, ' V , EU, Laurie Johnson J I V,' gv L- f Pat Johnson 4 S. ' "ff-A, 'I iw! X K1 ,f fo w l 1 - ' J 210 SOPHOMORES s fp 5 Y Yoga" n at Y -or 'sr Xl 2 I i D Y if N J i fl 5 sl My as , ' ,: .4 ., , Y Q !, , if Wi is , fan. , 'I X - fmt -'E ' we J' P - W s ielr 'Zz' Q-Z ., fi 1'-I il r J 1 . l lla R ff S H J is yryy J 1 'W lzl e J J M iiiy L J r gf: V " ' - ' f , Q ' 2 K 1,, H - fv , A ,VL i M It - x M 1 W V-ie.. , , 43 l ll A 1 J l K f a l ' - ley l iisll - . ,al or 'i i' J fi illee A if i 1 fv g ltil l l 'AA l 5 l A., . f J i L t -' V4 21 5" MW. Vfqi w,,,,,,:,,.5f' X ,, - . H+, ,L M " W, l ii K 'J --.L ,,.. David Kiser Heidi Klein Allana Knauer Lorna Kneipp Mark Koch Anita Kommer Tammy Kowacz Mike Krauz Steve Krauz Debbie Krueger Wayne Kuban Pam Kujawa Tim Ladd Kathy Lamb Steven Lamb Greg Lanman Debbie Lawson Lori Layton Cliff Lee Steven Leigh Dave Levengood Charlie Lewis Terri Lincoln Monica Litsey Mark Little Sue Littlefeild Roger Long Bethy Looper Julie Lopez Sandy Lopez Toni Lowe Richard Lui Bonnie Lutrick Gloria Lyman Corey Lyon Keith Jones Larry Jones Lisa Juslin Beth Kania Gina Kaufman Kathryn Kay Lori Keidel Andrea Keilback Elizabeth Keller Jerry Kellum Wendy Kelly Earnest Kennell Jill Kent John Kerr Kathleen Kersting Deanna Kessler Bonnie Kidd Wes Kidd Allen Kieffer Russ Kingdon i ii N if 'ff r r R Q- i:"f ii'.,f ' F .1 BW' 'Q I ff mi .L liiiyzx gk Ui f , , Q . If ' if is al .,i.,..., by ssls l i see S i S ' r A QF W I qqzibb J .igk ,js :S L. L Z , A ,,.: i :I V -, ,. ni ri 7 ' L ii'i N Q 'i serasyl - S N , , 1,, l W elli R zz, ' is l ' ii fi s,y R .. ,," ,,.jj-T' 512 'J ie- ' ' S L 4 4 i,1, , V E K i , . A 5 ii xl Liffaij X ' " ..:, QVTTQ N A LKLLVILLVV in it 'W-all 2 - t, tv ,Q K , W :YV Y . , 4 iq ix ,, QE i - H1145 ima 9 SOPHOMORES 21 1 . :ii T - v " ' 'ig' X , iw w t f kyhyh , ,, , W , , . , R 4f ' - no I , M Q 'K , A, l. 4 ,V 'V K .,,k Z' i W r' N I i --frf f t. , Al R V G it 5 Q Fred Marple David Martindale Richard Martinez Theresa Martinez Thomas Martinez Mary Massetto John Masters Greg Matthews Joe Matthews Teresa Matuzik Dale A. Mauzy Richard Maxfield Mark McAlister Kristena McBee Brian McCarthy Kevin McCarty Kevin McCormick Philip McDonald Michael McDonald David McDowell Steve McFarland Scott MacDonald Mark Madrid Eric Magee Teresa Maggard Donna Magness Denise Makinson Louann Malinoski David Manhardt Neil Manies Laura Manley Gavin Mann Mickey Mardeusz David Marin Lori Marino ophomores choose class rings MJ-N' Q L '- A ff If aj-is atm mi 'VFW vi... A ,F 4.5 ' T " .Q E ,Z fr 5 5 li S! , Z' ,, ff '- my W. .2 Z W Nw H vli- wg ,, af I C, Inv I If f,,,, !.i.1Y: , Nm f X g ,, . V? 'j ' Y 1 '59 s, A' - 2 V ' '.yx1!,. Q M . I . , ,, ,. , , as ' ' - if? r t -1 gi f f-F17 l 'X ' 33' . , o' ccite i M ng Q? if ixii ' an 2 bgfr if , M ,, l,. ' W -f X QE if fe A f rw "J ft a l- " Q7 ....ur"W iii , , r ff K 7 31 , . 1 an 6, J 15 'VH' or 1 y ,i,,, f f , wwf, W,- -, :wx f- , ' gqgwjyx 5,5 212 SOPHOMORES , bf iran --Vff ff -'r' f ff A -' 2 f - A .5 ff, lf4Q'.-'lxiguf I 3 5 2 f-' Q I, .rf ' 222 ., , M fi wv a X Ronnie McElrath Linda McGriff Patty McKenna Martin McKinstray Kevin McLaughlin Kim McLemore Edward McNally Dana McNeil Lesia McNutt David McRae Martha Messer David Merkley Jim Meyer Melissa Meyers 'L' The Letter1nan's Club sold Lion Backer T-shirts during Homecoming week and AHS showed so much spirit that they had to reorder twice! Maryann Miano Linda Michl Wesley Millard Donald Miller Eric Miller Juanita Miller ykf. 5 i?'4 , .execs as rf Alt ,ia T 4 M 3' .. f ,sr "' l ' 1, xi " S 'lii K S J peg 5 'ees icyr SVT Ian ax RJ -awp, Qw if ig ,K R s ,Q f . at in " i h I if .N .,z: , .. kiwi, QR 255 X G if f 9,95 l 'l r X i 1 X' B , , . Lzmyx 4 2 A y , ,, Q' ' V 'PV :if Qsqfnm 5 ' sax .fe 1 2:51 'ra -:XLT .ie l ii f 'sr .V lag?-as el Q -- kkk 21.3 - bf' ' N ,fy VIQ h , V . I K r K A ' M Y Hia' l I A X .T Ag, x y,cc in ,cr,c iii T .fa -K, 'ri r l M 1 I N ' 1. 1 . .A .L w ' 5, A 5 GEN lkfg . - F' 'XL , K K -k'--,, , r ' ' " Eg- ,:, . I ,. .r M '- i .l 322, , X TNQ, " ' ' 5 -Sg""',, -W 5 .af A 1 14 .ff r K+ , , no as - n .gr .1 1 I K.. , as 'f ' Sandra Miller Steve Miller Tim Miller Marie Milne Karen Miner John Miraldi Michael Mitten Steve Monroe Joyce Moore Michelle Moore Mike Moore Adam Morales Mike Morgan Tracy Morgan Lori Morton Sherry Mossburg Wendi Moulton Mike Mullings Doug Murdock Brett Murphy Tom Murphy John Myers Tim Myers Kay Nannestad Jim Neary Curtis Nedbal Barbara Neeley Julie Nelson Shari Nelson Terry Nelson Kim Niehuis Hershel Nienstedt Kelly Noel Mark Noppenberg Linda Norfolk SOPHOMORES 213 .. 4 Q i Xxs 1 N3 L -W. .,,,.,., , .,,. W,,. 1 .,.. sw ,M r ,i-is,!,.tz,f:,,fn1.W. ,, ,, assay. ,.,..,.,, ,,..W, .-mf . V' f Q ,gu i -9,41 145:-2' 5.5 qgg, Y ,,.,2.5. ' f':5:aE,55'f -V . ,W , - ,V -. K K K .. - l?frqaM3i,f a- -wiser .,. .V I wzazz.---f--' Ui. ,.,, we ,'!iTs:: ,,.. ,- ' 3255215 fir" lil 9',,2?1 -J' K 'iw ' . W 'A ..:12e,5....w f' ' .w ii K - f' " 'K K V ' ,i fi f 'I ff if21frffYf11K2 1 i,,ff , 2' ig gf, a vi ' , fig-fig: ' . V ,.,. . - .mf ,fix-in .. 5 3 - X y .. Q 1 1 Q 5 ,,. ,f5 all E 4 , ,Q F E ip... rr-fr . 5 af' J J -an 1 L ,, -.. : HH ,i i , ,.. , sf f MW' f W, fff-' ff:v,,- KA f fz.zwr22'sfZ152G ' fWl'1fYY--as-rf-f is 1. ,.1 ' if .. ,... mf 11L'Q,,.,' Y- ,A A lfffgefzenzg.. .J I :Q lr " J' , i ,fiarvi J fgjt if 'ia ...K , .,, Sophomore cl David Pacheco Linda Palmer Angela Panetta David Parsons Kelly Passmore Sondra Patino Debbie Pearce Mary Lee Pearcy Yvette Pease Robert Peck Kathy J. Peden Annette Pendrick Ronny Penin Donna Perkins Larry Pernick Cindy Perry Mark Peters Laurie Peterson Chris Petkiewicz Debbie Pettett Susan Pfaffman Andy Pickett Margie Pippin Lori Plouff Dawn Polk Robin Pollack Cindy Pollard Mark Pomeroy . ...,, ,721 If 5 , a 4. sri H Wim . PW ..,,.a ..,, ,....,,, , .,i, 1 J. 1 6 .,, ,.., .ina rr A f 1 r f- we ' V. ff - L' . .,., ,. , 1 41v1?Q'v:j y H N in ,Ak , ff , waffm 595552: 1, ., H: Q ian... '1 . B' 2 mfr..mfrssvffss'f1f f rarmss1::ssx1i:fft'f--i if 'A ii " 4 2 , ,rwmw -ff--- ft K' EWEZQZEKEQEEE5 A , I? .5 ' ' K K fi., "7"?'f' A ' F., - 'Q F ass spon CDT r S ,, Wwe '21 .-W , it fav. y Becky Norris Valerie North Tracy Norton John Novak Paul Novak Mark Nullman Diane Nygard Teresa O'Brien Tom O'Hara Alan Okabayashi Dan Oleson Kelley O'Reilly Michael Owen Sandra Owsley dance if f . sig. ggi V K oele ' f P Al l v Wed' l "i" K , an ' "" W' -1 t ' - f - if -"""' 1 1 2 M K K "e,- K K ' A V ..e.,.. ' K 'P C ,, I r V 1 f KKKKK K . "i" 592159 fl' I LE "i' .ez l flzlm ,:- f ,2i'5lrf'A' . .,,,.r ' R K v ' - ' K"K 1 K KK A. ,...,,, ',-K M b M K as . r Kiil P , i""' . z '-" 3 , '---' r fr bi 'K ':fgfg,::12ie::e:z2-A e"' ziift-'fglyz 'K,- grzfgw an , r 5 ' '..,. 1 llil 7 214 SOPHOMORES gi, ,,,ff . ...lrt Q at If Pam Poorman Sherrie Pope David Powell Joi Prater John Price Scott Priddy Shelley Priddy Sheila Pritchard Andy Qanboerum Denise Qualtire Patrick Quill Patrick Ramey Gabe Ramirez David Ramsey Leslie Ramsey Robert Ramsey Dawni Rasmussen Robert Ray Shelly Rayburn Anne Reardon Brian Reed Kent Reed Nancy Reed Scott Reger Stacy Reid Bryan Rench Emilio Reyes Kelly Reynolds Lori Reynolds Martha Reynolds William Reynolds Marc Riccitelli Mike Rich Larry Richardson Charles Richie EE! ,,i..,,, ,.,,. L . cci M ec r t by I 'T' f' L' ' g 'e- ' ,few H 1 W , J V , , ., if lL INF ?raaJ5ai? gif -f'z"4:i 4 ay 3, ftg A zrrflr - m y,imi eeyy I "3-sa J- V, ...J , A--,, x 2 ,QW Q-H y c cc y U4 352 Qfm as r y my y ' gy. ,-xxqfl-ff - 7 f iW,2f EQEWZ r V , , i L 'Iir 1 Q r., , ' Q,ixaQi?3 iM3 24 Q3 f, efQ',fEY Vg lim' 'I 'f r nf ' "ff , f , Ig: .. Lrl o ,Im 'Iv 9 i f, if , "' ' f' A my :Q qlv fi, ' iv, , V , . A Wy fff 3'-rt ,JU3Wi2a,e fa? Awww aff 73' S . Q 5 ,,, , .,,, ' , I. - f I. ,,-. F' f 1 , -4 5 1 ' WW ,FJ ,ff f ff is ,ff rl.. ec "' 'C gon 7 WM GW 1 .4 L f yyyee y 'QL ff fag Debbie Richmond Mike Ricketts Carol Rieger Lori Ringler Steve Robbins Leslie Roberts Ronda Robison Melissa Rockenfield Brian Roever Cynthia Rogers Jeff Rogers Jim Rogers Gabriele Roggatz Catherine Roland Ronn Roman Nancy Romero Scott Rorick Marci Ropp Mark Ropp Ray Rosales Tony Rosarno Robert Rosell Gary Rosendahl Joe Rousay Jim Rowan Tom Rowin Kim Royer Bill Rozum SOPHOMORES 215 ,c, A ,A 'S A ellel S George Ryan 1 , . , '. 1 Tara Ryan -'L.',: . . 1 t 1 ' S , ' Shawn Ryser "-1' , Dennis Sadberry ,i. . Teresa Salam L r Randy S210 'S ' L ' ,. Arthur SaI1d0Val 3 5. Z . V,fV X 1 ., ii, 2 , Terry SarHI1d0S it Jill I llll e Michael Saxon H ii L , ' , at Richard Saxon 1 ,av -1 2 ,421 Iilz . 1 - V Iii. ,.,, A k ,: 1 b A Charm Schell ' Donna Schlesing f A Dawnmarie Schl1eve h 11, We ' e ' zL' L Kh" ',hK:h"- ' l ,. S l Q Milf' eesll l l ,af 5 A Z ' ' 1- 1 ' - " - , ,, ' f' '--k, ,g April Schmid ' H m,, .1 .2 Mark Schmidt I , l ' gl M f M' Karla Schneider S V, Jack Schramke if! A ' S 3l12..,U Stella SChl1tZ , Vg ::' S, '- M ftp iaf 5 JJ! 5 Cynthia Schwartz ',e- 5 Lisa Schwartz Ann Marie Secanti Neil Sellards Marion Selvey Jim Settle Chet Shafer Debbie Sharpe Vicki Sharpe Dolas Shelton Kim Shelton Chuck Shillington Richard Shoemaker Dawn Simmons Sharon Simmons , 1 WW M2?9:asw1fM51lfaiQE by ,, ,ft ,,,, , -,,,,+,.,wf .M 5 A A - V WSF i 2' 5 1 4 ' f '.,. .'11 . .. . ,,t,r.,,r.,.,,, Us on wf-51111 1 e .V W: "" ' f 1 ,,,. . 4 ! 5 R 5 irk nnnn gwfnt -.'-' ,V ' l i l " W 'K Lf '-G-'r J ., I 4 A - , ,'a' ,,,V S, 1 , ,r A- wvafzm f A ,..,t , 'JS-'.,.:am W. t ,,,, it ssrr snail' L V ' V-Mafzgaff-1 216 SOPHOMORES ia 1 e 1 Af V H A , ,.., ,'.., Q ,, 1, , re"aa 4 ' slle lnil selr l at , L l 'ra' If J- ,, EM , H ,,:1 , y -i:.1,iVj,r 1 1 of i wzzasf . -V A 25 at-, ,gf i ' m if fy .,-' 1, K V ,sf -1: tag ' , "' 2' , '- ' .ML f' ' ,,.-Y S ,,,, , 'V A, A """l Y ,, '5-4. it A Q f-Iwfffiia --zhar .,f-wz"f- 4'++-' '-.of ' Suzann Simmons Donald Sincavage Barbara Sizemore Dreama Skeens Scott Sloan Tammy Sloekers Deana Smalley Greg Smallidge Dale Smith Darlee Smith Doug Smith Jay Smith Robert Smith Sabre Smith iv A ' 'Ii' . 25,5 I I K , f 1 r ,, X , MMM 5' if, x za c t ' ' E - 43' is 7' N ,,, -cfz f F i I: 1, N I, wavy , Ak , 1 an . :C C V V N" , , 4 ' -1, 3 f s X ve f 46611. ilfigi Q M . is ,..,,.,. H A x:,' , . H V9 1 . f A gg ' X ' ' K I '- ' Q, F V ' ' . AX X A 1 V aw . I 'fix 'sl gt, ,Tv W, ,.. g ge t , V A f 4, 7 ,, U ,,,J . I V3 ' Y! f K .A 4 I f V , X fV,V zgx, V 1 N B' NfVy.,.' ff tr ' A V ,.., W, 7 - f ,Z I , - lip! - I ,, X N , V A1 V, I if . ,539 9 45 x Z " ifw XX ,VIE iff a 11' if X X i 1' . se ' v- A I A 3. , ,V I I ,,,.,,, ,V i cll,, f .LL A ,1 31 .iw , iiiii S ' 'L ..,, -- 'X ' ,...,,.,.- 4 ,,, .g I X , 65? f 1 . KS F Q SZZ'J'i , if , if M An enthusiastic sophomore shows his spirit in an obstacle course race during Home- coming week. David Sullivan Amy Swadener Bryan Swaim Debbie Swart Mary Szczepaniak Riat Sztaba Lela Tang Beverly Tarr .7 ,fy 1 'Db ,,,,r ii f 1 f f f 'Z f A V T 5 Gif .,,,.., rill' if ii: 571 . : ,av rill Sherrie Smith Tammie Smith Terrie Smith Toby Smith Mike Snider Gregg Sorrell Cathy Soto Daniel Soulvie Danny Sowers Laura Spitler Rena Staggs Donald Stanton Carolyn Stark Richard Starner Melissa Staten Tom Statzer Alan Stevens Denise Stevens Jim Stevens Bridget Stewart David Stewart Robert Stiner Michele Stively Mike Strem Scott Stromberg Mark Stuart Carolyn Stubbs Charles Sullinger af vc.: ' -Ak .L ' r I t ,.. 4. 1 it .H JX, ",,g,.,f 1 " 4 f . l. xx , SOPHOMORES 217 L ass.. X M, Angela Taylor Yvonne Taylor Keith Terrell i ji' Donna Theiss ' f Ruth Thomas ,f, Zzo jg, ,A oo,1 . 1 'm" Wally Thomas 4 Barbara Thompson 'Z , M V Jenna Thompson j Rusty Thompson a in Leanne Thrasher ' Bruce Torseth ' I - V llg lf l,, , l 1 Sophs earn iowa ,1 f N E if ,ff s ' VffQ'iSV f if-- ,,. . ..,.. ..., , ,, 3 ! .fr f 1 is ,, Q .. if it 1 R ff 11 A -f f E 'S F , 3 - V 1: , ,...,,, .ja .11 R Y 1 ,i 4 law, .,,, , .. ,,,,.. if 1 Q ff 494s f 5 i l , fi Af5'w:f1s::szfes , , xxfii . , 9 sus Sw 5 A Q is 1 Q E 'Z F , 3 l W e . 1 '5 EW 'Lg-N 731 a W 5 .4 ,.,, , .. 'I i'-- ,ll -sf,,, "' ' 't W' " . ' ,uma 41 ig Q 1 V A ...V - ,, , .. gas,-'11, Vu - l Q-1:15 -- s llsls l . . ' V, T M ll' ..:1 llls 1 l A, T , V l" , , V' V ' 1 -' llls A c sss ,..,, . ' I H V, 4 so ,,.. ,V- , , , , V -tm, . -- :-,, .QVWVV J V VV' V ' 'gf k'-:. f- Wllii ij" V ls'l ' 4 mone for ' 9 Prom EV 'ie Q x 2 11 if V. W ll s ,'." ",, , ' V - V ' .Vfnf K We t ll fl ,las ,,, 'M ' .?V15,s- Zi ' ,, ' 1' 1 V ' A r ll .5 V , -',' .3 ,,'- gg .t ,y..nys as ,,ng,, ,,., :V 1 M M .,.. ,f Nancy Walsh , Z, af' T, John Ward A V H - f , ,,.W , .. i tr , ' 15553775 Debbie Wasyl at ' ' 'll , 57 l. K ' 1 Hank Watson V 'rr,,-, rrya, Bob Wayman AW,.,, , ., sa, in SSV V Bill Weaver -rra g Alan Webb l V- , ,, V VVVT VVV V ' f - vwr F V saa.s ssys - o,'l , W' Lomse Webb f af if rrss il? T w at ' V" W ' Tla Webb ' , A V ' s,sa f Klm Webster ,lg 41 is 1 l" ITI 1 2 V 'Vifli - - 14 Wg , Debble WCISZ VV W f gf ' egg, 'f'V ' gffV.m,vf- , R0bel't Welch W ':o'h " , f ,V,V A Donna Wellons GW :sa W Kim Werking fy y A V 'W sssl V 218 SGPHOMORES nw 6 llll Anna Treinen ll ' Rita Troutt , H Gregg Trunan ll' Ted Tucker V Gordon Tunstall Rebecca Turley p Brian Valentino Holly Van Dyne Frank Vaquera V V fv, V-,V S hirley Varkoly . , ,y, - ,, Bill Vasquez Joann Vasquez ' Nancy Villasenor fl iw Scott Vohn 'Q ':- - - Toni Voland ' 1 Marla Wagner' 011 Theresa Walke K 'll' M. J oAnna Walker tel egg' ,,,l in Q x 4' 52? 'V Linda Walker Steve Walker f Ea1f 1 A M X V V V W V Vcell " : . gvjzv w-'?vf,s: fx . ' 1 V I: ,il .. '77 T , le vi El tijm, , . 6 A I ii 1 .,, B if 1 if A:L . ix - y W E ' B V' if 6 X xS':Lr3J L K wr V, x...,,,-Ni E 'S yi qv IQQTL K "MQ -.Jr ,X ,L W' 'B L Azz' 'Q X R . X Kala f x 'A f ,M L, ly i fi f 1- 1 X , l R L ar W ' it 3 Q , ss, 'yt X . S 5 R Z t ,I 'Q lfl iixl' k'kk . . ....: A AVAAXXA f I .k.1 ' -sl B I' N- . K m : - A mL.: 2 S. . if 45 . y i ' W , , ssss sr a L L' P 7 me? 54 '52-'QQ .N., . 8 ,.,,, J ig , 5 X --Q ,ik f-- " A ' B -N l s .,,.""24 s is , N if K f K Pauline Youvella 5 ...,... L .. . 37 if,-3 Steve Zeigler 'ukk X lk Dora Zestrijan L' 'lx - t : , MaeBeth Zien X21 -'!' rg X V l A Cole Zimmerman if B - 3 D s ix.. KR in I ' , A A - 'R F - 1 John Laurie, Freshman president, poses as Willie Wonka on the Freshman-Sophomore float. Leslie Wesolowski Karol West Jeri Wheeler Charles Whitaker Bobbi White Whitney Lynch Diana Wilde Karen Wiley Cheri Wilkerson David Wilkins Mike Willet Robin Williams Dwynda Wilson Matt Wilson Thomas Wilson Bill Wirth Ardith Witt Andy Witter Jeff Wolf Bobby Wong Deb Woodruff Randy Workman Gina Wray Stephanie Wright Tony Wynn Marshall Yee David Yocky David Young '5fTi:,,.. , .Y ,,... . ..,,.. r,,.,5.,.ii. L in H ,, wx o r Q15 'A .,.. Q , . ,iw - , Ki i ",: in eese . L L f L y ssre ' gk L sss I if '11': 112Y?V' if 555 ig? ii Ziiifi L -1.-9 - ' i up ,,.. ' fi is 55-ll l i ke ' - - , . H Harold Adams is 1-A gfjgfff 'A Ken Anderson '-L: , Leslie Baldwin f' y Beth Bauer I -' N zbkb Q 'Q Tresea Berg Karen Boyer I AHS students like to sit and visit at the benches Sophs endure their second year at AH Debbie Haertel stops to smile for the photog 220 SOPHOMORES rapher by the book- Peggy Burbrink Allison Byrd Tina Clemens Jackie Copeland Denise Froid Mike Greff Marlou Heiland Tom Kelly Bonnie Kidd Allen Kieffer Pam Lambert Dana Lanning Mark Little Julie Lopez Starlett Lorditch 'K K' l A legwifc sa M z ap,f 1, sal iff Q 6 H , 55. A A 4, WL,V I , ,4 NN f, ,, ,,,K.,,, ., x g' X E 'N ,R ,H,, if , "lily fc is -my ,, , 'b Yolanda Lunas Marsha McManaway . Kelly Merten Joe Perea Tina Presley Teri Reeder L V ,, s,x For X . ' 41 s- wvxn , J x I-LJ X x ' . X L l" . 'Q ix ,.....,,, .. . . jigs! ,st ? s if-fasivws These sophomores listen closely as instructions are given. vt, .---5 Tammy Sloekers and Barbara Neeley pause to pose for the camera. I r ?i?1'5 5' L L , L ' . f ,rv if 1 tg ab' yi . K 'V l Donna Roper f., Linda Shapiro 4 AVV' ,VVA LuAnn Smith .W I My ',:V, Gezelle Urbanski llzy A Alan Zagorski V, gy V V. "ff:fZ,Qq Carrie Zwugerman "A' Q T1 s al ' Two Sophomores are shown here voting in the Homecoming elections. ln. SOPHOMORES ' ' M ,,.. Maasai LEFT: Mr. Boglio is here helping a student with a math problem. ABOVE: This student tries to concentrate while taking a test. BELOW: Students Wait in line to buy flower-grams to send to their friends. 222 SOPHOMORES Q , Ek, .v ' '---.als UPPER LEFT: Sophomore Mischelle Ball is active this year in drama. ABOVE: These sophomores show that classroom work isn't always hard work. LOWER LEFT: Students listen to instructions before taking a test. BELOW: While some students hide shyly from the camera, others smile boldly for it! all P V' .I VAMW Au Q' r .4 gm ,.,, , ,.-'M' f SOPHOMORES 223 aiH'5BL.i'Q's TX? Freshman enthusiasm enriches Alhambra The Freshman Class contributed both their excitement and enthu- siasm to Alhambra's student body spirit. One of the freshman fund raising activities was a candy sale. At Homecoming they showed their spirit by combining their ef- forts with the Sophomore Class in the making of their float "Willie Wonka and the Chocolate Factory." During the fall elections, the fresh- men voted John Laurie as their president. Elections were held again in January, after John's resig- nation. The freshmen had a successful year with the help of Ms. Hurlburt and Ms. Sloekers, their class spon- sors. LEFT: An unidentified student enjoys a lollipop while working on the Freshman- Sophomore Float 'tWillie Wonka and the Chocolate Factory." BELOW: FRESHMAN CLASS SENATORS-Alicia McCue, Brenda Hammonds, and Tori Bohn. FRESHMEN 225 ,.,,, H ' ' . V A e at , ' ' i ' I X 1 , ., ' - 14 ' A , e , 1 U ' , , M "" f,,.- ' , LL,, WL,,.., ,,,. , ..,,, ,,,.. , .., .,,., ,..., ,, .,.. . W,,. , , . , - .,, I ' 'KK" " K ,,,, it V - 4 is 3 Iiififiijif if- jgggxixi - 55, 4 W My ,, fl A , I -2: i ,ffwm " Gordon Absher Joe Acosta James Agne Mike Aguilera Paul Aguirre John Alandar Patty Alcantar Som Aldo Patty Aldridge Diane Allen Lisa Allen Liz Allen Earl Alvey Ed Alvey Life at AHS new and exciting Gabriel Amaro Anna Amavisca Greg Ambrose Robin Anderson Steve Arellano Christine Arivizu Mary Arn Noel Arnold Maria Asher Debbie Ashton James Austin Kim Babb Mike Baez Carrie Bafus Dean Baker Lorin Baker Nina Baker Russell Baker Alice Baldenegro Jim Baldenegro Mike Baldwin 2 Ag f "i'e 'Ir - - ' 1'. 'a" ,Z A ei , QV ..., rar lr W - V 1, ,J :V K A iii , ii", A ,..e 5 7 liiiii We l --' - w Xa- , ifllasia it s"'ll" 'ee' is 1 M' V-,k Virrir .. ' , . ' . . ' It ,i,' ,' i if lel' ' Q as f 'A ' A i Ti ff, '-" s'f- - - A - A -.K iff. i":'ll f , --:ww f. ...ga I M. - ,,,, i or ' l'i" - ' "'i , - e'lll , "l' . , . ' ',,f A 5 , , 2-I ' - n ffiffl . 1 """' f1:TJF'f 7 , -V f 1' Q ill W5 f: ffl .. in A - 122, "El f f -1 H " , ' W 'kif' ,,-:f 1 --wa - ,sw H51 wwf iir' we f f.,, , 'Wff 2- ':i" rfi' I . 5 ' ' "s1 . i.l,i 'i'i 'iii , , , i1i.i , 'V A i"1 Q ' -, lj 9' mem., .W ,, , gm -:J K' ,F "e'i - v t 1 ,,. it A , nlss an i H , 7 Z is ,f ' f i"iii , . " iaslr X lee ni -A ...ia-ul H g V ry f iiii e , aff" 5, I ff Kki, 5 ,'K,Li' :- gf K, 'fri K V 'Q -' w . fuuff , .g if , ' - ' - . vzlz -' - -yik f K U VSV ' ' 'Ll "'L' ' V A t , ' 2 ' E5 ff ' i," A " . , ' A ,,, 1 ' - "i I M J J 5 ,,, iss ,,-4 13- 2 L 226 FRESHMEN Bryan Balgenorth Ron Banales David Banegas Steve Banovich Donna Barnard Joe Barnett Roddy Barney Eileen Bartkoski Darlene Batarseh Russell Batie Tony Battaglia Peggy Baumhover David Baxter Tammy Bean Jeff Becker Shawn Becker Scott Beebe Eric Beene Nick Bell Sherrie Bell Ladeana Benson Pam Bergsrud Diane Berliew Bill Berlinger Dan Best Jay Bethel Dan Biondo Ken Bishoff ggaezsmhawh ly' . , A su-is -we 7. f E i 1 4? X3 W M V9 , 'B B if . -. L U ix. ' K in B llii ' , , V gig V V AV, l K -Q lu V rr B B L , V f ' ' B f,, B 'B 5 if V 4 " rr - .- ,V . V vv L r i fin - 17 V . 4 ,eV ,V ,V -VV i"-'ll', B 'V Tony Bishop V5 ' 3 V ' eg V , Andy Black V, 8 V V " B Sherry Blair , BB l B' V Q A l '7 5 Lisa Blakesley if Vf -of it L45 BV4-J sl V l N 4' Mike Blanco B f VV, V' V BV Q 1 1 Greg Bleau V lv V VV 'gh' V M V , ,V V Pam Blinn V, V A VVMV VV xx 3 V l -r iv ' Tori Bohn 1 V li f ,V .v-, ,V V VL A V Vi, VV fr 7 Q A Tena Bolding 5" l B l i - 2 Vw,W"V iiii i s si 'B ' David Bonham J , Vf 1 'L Q1 ,Q , V V Mary Bonny ,V r V ' V V ' B' V Z. ' Dean Bowsher i i " A Cindy BOYGT . BBW' X B "ooB , -Vi lx - K s """ f i,, WV " gn' il Kurt Brandenburg -' Q . SMI --A ' 'V H , I B X W ll' rrfri We VWV . ,,, , B A - ' BZ Mary Brannan M V- , ,Y A ,., A' ,V V, V Pamela Brannan -,LV B5 , f P V' B Q , VV -Vx V Z B V ' A V ' Jerry Brewer ' V B' VB J' V' Ron Brewer lwfr M' V X V . ., 'L B B rr Q i t l , ' V Kris BISWSWF .2 f"' figz. - ,- ff . , , I . 4, BB BBBBB A ' S P Tyme Bngman V VV VV V it . V BBS. VA VVBB f jVV.V V uf B David Brister 'il if i hl vfv, Xl V lrrBB BB rill'r BB B VB ' V V BV ,. 1 I VS A -- Glenn Britt V . l i V .E B' , if - i f f' Leonard Brooks M "' ' ' VV V+. ' Q B i It o 1 V V w gi ' Brian Brooksby ' -I-"Bl -.if 0' --'f L. , 'J Rand Brown N-' B 'B I ,Z V V .f,f , W y 4 V VVVV A V V., ' V Samera Brown 4 Rl X, 'BBA H, A B"' I jd V 'V 5 U ,V Sydney Browning , i ,gfw WWW 55: B V V ' L ' l B W By, w V A Stuart Brussels Li. B af' " L l' B'i Q fi Vi laralerll :sl l Ve Sonya Bruyere ii L t, L L L7 L Agnes Bha A V y an igggf Kevin Buchanan V W T ' V' L H- .yiV VL: 4 Kathy Burbrink ., tg, V BBB V 7 ' any ' 1 'B B' -. Hilda Burch B V 3' V V 'I +3 3 . Tammy Burgess B B 4 V f if L J l, ' , W, V V', 1 I N--, Q-, . 1 X Jackie Burke ,V , X, AV .N J , 1 - .VVV, xl N ' lil in f W B "IQ l , "x " 7 H ft, 1 V it i 'X , , Q fly? X JJ X lls V 5 'V Phillip Burleigh Jii S J iy 3 Jennifer Burroughs V V, 4, Richard Byers Marie Caggiano L A 71" ' VV. anet Caghotl ,iz 1 ,. V 5 ,, David Candelaria 'B " B VV ln x Liz Cano f I 'AL L " FRESHMEN 227 - 1 as f Beige ir, E Q is LW 1 A '- --We , I 1 5. r 8 i ,Q ip flat 'W mf gr ,. 5 5 Q , , 6 J F . 'fx ,. I f V ,ii ,' f'- :sf-ig., i - -we, :file ,,E:' ,f'.jE. -' 1' ,W " we 4- W..V ,,'- we N C m A b 'yal m Z JM! 1 ll, lx! it I -k Lklk ml L V ,.,. s o . T2 E J ' 'fi 'sq rt ' Q ,:. 9 .lr , V1 ,1 wp Q . " ::MS:'i2f:'fiEJ5' sitfefw ' " 1, fsfi wwsWm'g W 'W Q fi, sas? ' ts. M M X, V , 3 f,4H.w., 1 ,A ,w an A fs 9 all Class officer help lead Fre Jeff Chandler Phillip Chavez Ronda Child Annette Christopher Kerry Christopher Debra Clement Kenny Clubb James Coffman Kelly Coker Debbie Colburn Diane Cole Steve Colla Paula Collier Jeff Colyar Ron Combs Chris Compston Lamont Connor Tim Conway Julia Cook Charles Coons Debbie Cooper on if ill fllfl 1 V 1. 171. A 1 " " C-sgEQf rree a i 'eie rr it .Vx Linda Canter Charles Cantrell Dewayne Carel Deena Carey Shirley Carlise Linda Carlson Lori Carmack Brad Carothers Teri Carroll Kathy Carter Tim Castillo Enedina Celaya Joseph Chadwick John Chafey hmen I! E Q s we 525 ? s 5 sf H ' srl? , X 3 1 X gli l . , p ppp N X 2 2 h i:,i J 5- 1, ' H - ff-:' - .. ,V , , .. r :,,i:. . Q f ' ifffiiiiffz, 3 I fifffifiifii- 'il" ' ,,.,. xr I L E ' l 2 fa Q5,s ssfnn ,s .J il ggal .4 wwf .., QW one W ?F' E 'AL ..,,.. ii J as , 1 C 5 .9 i ees i LFE? 'K J 228 FRESHMEN ,., - e.,,. , , my , , .1 A VL K .ing V, Nw LM N I ,fi,, 34.2 gt W. if ,,, U Z ili o on lli liii it iiii QQ? iWEsWf?ww QED i????g5ws as s,rssg5,k,g ,,,. Q33 lkif .,Q?,3A asf sway l ara elle P astafoe+-slfffwes e F ig?i lMfMLi ififg g? i g3sg'r LH -s-- ' ii"ii ' J ili' , . J ' an ooi n s ' s - to J 'XA t'--, -,'-- 1 ":i 'll E? ' Q w?'ews ,K klfra -' E ! fi Q Jnn i Ginger Corbett Fred Cordova Debbie Courcey Allison Cozad Shirley Craft Marty Crawford Chris Crews Dawn Crooks Houston Cross Dan Crough Jim Crowe C.J. Cruz Shawn Crytser Julie Cunningham 7 W A it ' K Barham Curtis , V, E' EE Janae Curtis ',, X V 5 ,Z 'Xa Danny Dager ' J ' A r ,, , 5 V 9 ,V Joe D'Agostino K A ' " V+ f' i , VI, Sheryl Dall . ip V! H55 ,V N Q 1 - Dean Dallas V' 7 VV V K V f f' Russell Damon zby ,V ' ' -- ' .iw V A Sharon Darrow V ii' rl, A A ,f f ' ' i Julie Davis M in 1 li, , V i V ff' ,if f- f Jerry Dawson A' 'I' 5 'A Li , if i',V ' .v Laura Dawson in 'WV f Jacqueline Deane A A , Ben Deaton 9 , Va' E ' N Denise DeFreze V , ' ' ' V -if iiJ'1f ll 4 2 A ilil ll' illl ' V F T V f Karen DeL1sle V, VV' F ,"" l,. I fm' ' W my 5 Glenn DelMuto V, Ag ,, - V V ',., I V f fjifhg Gwen DelMuto AKA' 4 VV Q., AA Lisa Deloera " ""' 4 , QV l Kevin DeMartelaere rr , I! 4 N Carl Dendy . ' 1' - f L 1 noen V AVVA ' A ii' iil: ' , H i"Vl 1 Cathy Denning ., f " Vs f , , V f g ,,:V V 'll, VA QVV ,-V, Kathleen Dickover NV! ,HY Q' ' f Danny Dillsworth V V r A V V V ' Chellie Disney 4' . , , V K S 5 fe Vse j ge Tim Dodt l - I af V19 ll ' V, M Ron Doehrman ?i-1 V z 4 r . .ppl f. :FV I by V Ilyv 3 , ,VV,, ,, V V, 5 I ' in V! - Jerry Dolyniuk F .-.Q 4 ' 'LlVV VV.. " ' iV Anna Dominguez Q , rr,V - , , VV V ' V 1 . A ' A , is K' Irene Domlnguez l 'f" 5 M Janet Donahoo A VV A 1 ' Vg 'I ,, V Susan Donald WN , x. , K 3 ,V Eddie Dopp , q Q V AV V H ,V Pat Doyle 1, if ' ,ZQQW , J - y y V' Q , 7 ' 1 - Q VVV. V' Ed'Ya'd Dfessel A hy V f '1 V , M 59 'QQ Chns Drew 2 7' H , W V V' A Dave Drye , V, Q , ,lil V, J V 3 .1-. , R' h fl D ll JV V,, , Aw-. 32, , Lf ' A ' llVV '! Loirgine Duriidkjvorth K"""v- " "' . ,. ' 'll 5 34, i Bobb Durazo ' " is' 'X ff af. - ,, y l'f0.'flTl ..,,. -, 5315.1 Vf V ,. ...f - 5- V , VV ., K r Mike Dufivage ,V V ,,,yy ' Holly Dutchef l 'e-lV f . 1V A V l Dora Dutton K V' A J Willie Duval W ' ,,,, V Auburn Eary vvv 'l f A iile, il " ,fs Brian Edwards ga ' VV A 3' N 'XSS ' ' ' V " 4 'I , N 6 I y l Jixf 1 4. 5 ie A A ' E541 ii' ' ' Q A 'J Penny Eichorn A . ' Q V Steve Ellington -V M A5 V A V VA 133 ' 5 V V V Teddi Elliot "f I J V , V Vs V w VA f+ V , VJ V John Emery svvv l 4 Roger England Vf ,,VA Ai fi V ,,,,, fi Q V if, V , Becky Engle - Q J V V V , J A ii ,QQ V if u K Kelly Englert ' l ' .V ' 'f ,VZ X V F ii' X 'VX A 'X fVV,-QW" , 4 ,V tg- ,, 41 w VW ,Vgwe V. V Fig? ' FRESHMEN 229 ra A b of L'.L Tiff i f M '22 ' 1 , f f at ian fim .ty aft tvfj K A srrr F time ameri l S ww awe Ww+ tiei aft t an 7 ' . I ' Q ' 2 . ,V " ' ,ti ' " 5 ff 'f 2, ul, V y -.iff , this fx, 'If' x i f 'X ffl - s . w3I "V fE':.-.. J " W Q . ik ' N -N. ff' 1, M. '.f'fi1-"ff, ww l J it V,-A-L ,. ' i " - 't X, X " .'. if 'Q -Y J 5 ' 'O 1 i , i 'Y ,, "." 227"' 5 .4 f X , -ii if , .ff ' Vue if fs -"lax , sf' "" Wanda F errick Albert Fierros David Finn Sue Fisher Barbara Fizz Pat Flippen Sherry Pogue Shirl Forbush Sheila Forman Susan Forman Kurtis Forstie Darrell Foster Lois Foster Karri Franz Fre hmen join AH activities Tony Escobar Robert Espinoza Aima Esquivel Carlos Esquivel Jose Estrella Rick Estrella Jim Evans Lois Fallgatter Elaine Falstich Scott Faust Dale Ferguson Gail Ferguson Scott Ferguson Janie Ferraro i - ,,,t lszz F s J A if , 5' V. ' !V i ' at VM V V ' 9 F W' 'W L J ' 5 f is 9,.-, 15' :vi ff' ' K, .- , 7 f '.:, ,f :4 9' 9 fy, .- ., 3 ff .f 62 ." "' :J x-M.. . f ' Pi 3, F , ,F F V ,nt V V. VA V X X, , K- , 1 ,, V7 ,If T' F" . 226 A H :Sei it W T 'V v ' ,, pq Q, U1 . ' F' EVA i 3 it in Danny Frazier V, - V A 'V ' ,, ' V George Frederickson i' i H ,, i iie Q V " 1 V Travis Frederickson G5 , F Q ' Vj ' ,V 5 - tv ' V' -- A John Freeman ,V QCQ f . QL' f, f , ' t Helen Fuller i v" ' , - ' V Travis Fuller ,VVL l ,QV V 3 . X - fv 1' V,A' Barbara Fulton ,f -T l ' V 4 Ny i fi? 'fi " 4 A 1' 'iiii "'. . ,N "" . - .,f. ' , f",,:' 'wi ii f ,, "' "' t, iriii ' ' "'2. f. , VI I 'i ff- L F15 F J tit ti, " 1 , V , E' Vw l x i . 5 ali i i W--W:-w,,:: siansweffw Iv Mayall:-vi, 22152, 1 i. I' VV A. V V V ' 178 Q 230 FRESHMEN V VV ,,V A VV ft it, an 4' M ' -.,,,W V fl F' A 3' V i in 'A We if K X V' V I 3? - I ie n f , l M1 ' MZ - 17 4 ' kill I. V 4' y Mike Gadbery Tina Gaines Tina Gandil Jaime Garcia Maria Garcia Lance Garnish Brian Garry William Gavin Carol Gegenheimer Don Gentle Bill Geyer Mira Gherard Dennis Gibbons Tom Gibbons Norma Giesie Charlotte Giles Grace Giles Pat Gill Robert Gillespie Sharon Gilliland Tom Gilmore John Giver Julie Glemba Marie Gonzalez Larry Goslin Eddie Grace Burman Graham Scott Graham G e ww ,, f 7 f ig 3, 'w,, A ,T QE is-5 ' ' 5153 . T f ' . , Vi ,, 333 W ' Y "" 5 " J "" l V' ,. . 1 .1 J., r... if lliii -it.-71' ' diff 2 ' , X. ,, 3 1 f' -fc W 'L - ' W , k i ai ik am, ,ff wr- ,f , J, . 'X 37 , V N-w w W 1' aell .. V. ' ,- A V wx Q H X - A--lf 34,47 1 , 1, ,A fy f l 1 32 , x - M I 0 9 . xl jf! i I 44 af, J l'l ln n J sf ' "lr"' I Y n RQ ' , at y e le ra in I . ' if ' F li'1 'E' ,wx , ii -W., . V ,f.i i t if It D L 1 .Xi bfi J x , it - lit ',l-lfru r y , Wy1,,,,M,!' Ny, g ego ,, 5 ' ii'i l'i e J ' 'ii ' K .F 7 'FY D' J its L iii ' L H' L ' fi at Auf I 5 ,G ' at i J , 33 ' ' ,,, V.,, W , ' "" gh If X 5 , h 5 - V W fl ' ff ' " , Eg. i D ly , , V ,,Li ,:,lr H r, ,V b ,, V . V X iiliiii 1, i'i H ' L 'i'il 6 iiiii , it n D g,fi51 'W " r 40 or 'fm , f , c , 4 I f lylll V, - ,hw V- 5 'Z' , ' V wavy? H x 1. X , . " , f ' E ' iff y , 3 'E-, ai 1, , X ,.lr lrli J ., 4 in 5- ,-if v .s, I ssl! -' L 1 ' f . le ,xif 5 - y ,, , C il ' ",' W 1, T j 4, , J I Q, 5- ie ' enat i A irael J V nn r,, .z W f 'K fvv ' , gi , ky! I Q. 5 ,W 5 ,, A M . ,Ziyi H I ,Z fi I, ,,. 'ifyfifj f 4 ii li if T58 N Mary Haney Jim Hanrahan Ray Hansen Kathy Hanshaw Learon Haralson Dawn Harkness Susie Harland Dennis Harman Lavirdia Harris Liz Harris Toni Harris Lori Hartwig Kim Harvey Cindy Havlik Debbie Grant Jill Grantham Larry Grapentine Tom Graves Patty Greely Byron Green Debbie Greene Harold Greene Kim Greenwood Phillipe Grefferat Ted Griego Lori Grittman Lynne Groh Terry Grossenbacher Derrick Groves Charles Guedesse James Gutscher Susan Haas Jeanne Haga Rena Hagan Holly Haggart Randy Hale Shelly Hall Brian Hallada Steve Hamilton Vince Hamilton Bert Hammonds Brenda Hammonds V 44 .,,,, , ,,.,,,,.,, AAVV ss" ' , ' " ' J ' ' A' f' , i i f it 5 ,qi gp. J 1 ,f H l fs: , Q..- ' L 'zgggfl We 'tiff , fwgg, , Q Kyvje Y in ,,r, 1 'f J I I to H - J J N it iw! X ' ayyn . ' ' t J J , i f eire e . w E f F V t 2 1 W f D 'i" H . 'xp ' A X gf I V L 3 LTU r Z .,,f , .,r, ,,r. I ' ,':Vh: "-i '-,: 'V ,Q ,, , , I - :V if ,L , . , W , ,,,, if In r,,' 'wa ., v J J V, V . if ,, I , ,I , ! . x 'F .Q 1, A ,A X H IN V , wx J S' L 2 - 2 w,.Ai7i ff 5' if " i f:i"9lN " ' FRESHMEN 231 ,Q 2' 2 Yt , f X. .2 if! f in y -ifz',,gi2.?, wkiisfiii-aw' V51 X 424, 2 - - MQ. .Tim M . iz., 3,1 , A, . if f ff rt , ,...,,, ,.., 1 i ssl, B 1 , ggi 4 tw, a wg ,fr 6 22 . . , if' W' . A x 12513 ,.......ig1f1' ,Ny QV 1. AY' .:' ,, ,, , W.. W H 'vzvxf Q 1 -.. ffwf m, uggggi, .M F mf? 5 ii' 'r 5, 4 A 4 1? 'Y 6 1 XJMQW f a .. at fa ,f 1 H Q ..".,, .. H Jim Hayes Monya Heath Marsha Heiland Dorothy Heinz Harold Helvie Audrey Henderson Brett Henkin Dawn Hennigan David Henrickson Coty Hernandez Phillip Hernandez Vicki Herndon Cindy Heun Charles Hicks Frosh support Student Government Patrick Higgins Tonya Hiler Karen Hilton Mike Hinderliter Carol Hislop Christy Hobbs Annette Hodge Becky Hodges Matt Hoffarth Richard Hogan Tina Hogan Mary Holmes David Holtzem Becky Homolka Brian Homsey Bruce Homsey Mark Hoorneman Kelly Hopson Mona Horner Michelle Horton Ed Hoskins ' iflfli ' in if '4 Wx P' I ., 7 J I ' ""' ' ,,,M,. irrr K 1 viit aar as is g.M. rl's a,a,wQ nm iivi ,nmvfla ,,, nllr ,f":L i"' A A A' i- 2 ,. M J r ' t,,tr ' ""i'i fi' f x ' ,,,, i..t 'K . itt iitt - itsl ' l'ir 'l"t' i"i"it'iii . 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If J Steve Houston James Howard Bill Hunt Rhonda Hurst Michele Hutchinson Paula Hutchinson Alicia Hutson John Hyland John Ingram Cheryl Irvine Angie Jackson Liz Jackson Jerri Sue Jacoby Shannon Jacques 'V Mike James Christine Jamison Lisa Jean Rebecca Jimenez Bill Johnson DeAnn Johnson Mike Johnson Mike Jones Anne Jordan Candy Jordan Dennis Jouett Mike Juliano Susan Junas Teri Jundy if in J Jiii A J iiss f ' an ,, . , 2-Q V f Pr VV ' , - ,, ' '37 05. , fi, 'Q V 1 A V , -,gh G, 4, V V VV f V H1 4' ' Z 1- lA ' M 'V fl.. " , 'Ai , L xx be . i , 'QV , v az: I , V ., r V .V V9 V F V f V VVQV 1 V V gn gif V WVVVVVVV QLV Vffagn ,QV E , , 1 1 :LII f I' -v ' TAL , x A ' Z. 'Ab 4 ra f'f, NAA Q f K' 'QQ " fs M21 ' lui' 4 AA ' 3 J' - lmhi A a'..,.fb 'W . ,.,,G,,. U Vu f :V 4 i ZS f . A ,f' 'i A , ,V VM VV , , LV V ax- 4, f. Ag - I ,L I ine --LX ff In .4i2'Z'-.- 4 ff' I J J It :S I 5 AA Y J - 's , e -' J A-i V- 41 L ef ' 3 L X A T .5 l l :ai'?'5fi?1xi21::t'f:'.z::x::anf f W ei- A MY, , A. 4 iff' Svfiif-1z'1-' fl A ' AA 1 f,f ir . 'AY' l John J uslin V ,. V ,V A JA M "" f. Katharine May " ' , , if V V V Veronica Katzenberger ' " 'i'i'i ' , -. ' i"i se rn J 1 A , Tracey Keffer ' L-Q.,o' A N' , ",, , V - .' fl KI - , V V? V ' "" VV ,VV 18, f . Robert Keil VV V V LVZ ,V , fr l A A A' A Robin Keister ' Ye ' f if -' K A ,",-s A ' ' Lance Kellar ,f Vg -'-e' V Pam Kelley A f Af 5 2 V V Sharon Kelley V V' f" V-MV , V ' V -M Kem Kelly A if Q9 i A f ' - f . ii 7' , Mike Kennell 1, .,5,. QT' QVA 'Ai I Gary Kern V- - A A V X V A V if l Melanie Rettler 1+ aw, ' A V V- 'A Belinda Keyes ills ' ilii l A if ,J 'iiiiii Gary Keyes J - ca t K' aaa r J Debra King 14, Tffex, l1,, V Q uf , ,i-rw, ' . an . - ffa- If - age' ,5, N , , V- Q "'l i i X4 K Q , A A , " MGIISSH KIDS A- , HVVV AA , Q' WV i , ' L LouAnn Kennedy . g 'V V A AA' "i,e 4, Linda Kires ' f , ,QV B A A ' ,VV 9 ' Pam Kirkman x K N :gig '1' M er 5 A l::,, N l 'J W' ' , f I 557- ::, r n llcs ycls A Af -, L A H if V F A Bart Klein V x ' ,, , I V . W1 V ,ms 4 V, , , V , Tom Kloeppel AW M 4' A' A 1 5 Mike Klooster - fi ni! . K il ' A i AA A Susan Kouts ycey 1 r ' J J M Cari Kfavat Q J, iyyy .. ' N , Mark Krohn 1. -73 l 4 Kevin Kronz ' X A ii.. , ' . 'A Diana Lacek V e 1 , ,,VV H- Rayne Lackman , of J , nln e J eeee J Tanya Lamagno " "A T me :q , ' A f Julie Langford A, 3 in V V ' VV f v V: Jeri Lard V , A , 1 ' fifilkfi ,A 'i' 7 Terri Larsen VV -V A VVJV V 0. V V V, ' ' A A ,rf VV John Laurie fA VV A., A J V " , - Q V Ver Viz J ' A ,, , 'V ' ' 'ii' gf i Ilil I K Trisha Layton V ,WA AQ , ,K A W, Jay Legan ef ,V A wk V,,.., i f ' V Brenda Lehman ft 4+ he ' J Qi e in Mike Lehmkuhl A m .rx f f fs a y in , 5 Barbara Leonardo A VVV .V A vw , V Vy,'l ,IAQ gf ' if V ,Sig ,V" , ' A, ffl . r - Bob Lessard f 'il "" it ' A 53 L will 2 , f f , x 'SN H fibiiv. 1 ".- 47'-'.-.5 -.zz 1 l A . 223,11 A ' FRESHMEN 233 ' ff, 1 fi' ef fr 'F , an ,L ,mm.. l 4 all L, L. if ' ff' r ff a H' Q ggi? f' 0 .KJ 561 Sw fi s F5 Q V 2 N 1 gn .Le A iff ggi L '-WQLL W , 1' 5 I Suv 5 if L1 ,. W F Eric Lovato Billie Jo Lucero Lisa Lucero Donna Lukaszkiewicz David Lungren Johnny Lutz Wayne Lyall Bobbi Lyons Joe Madden John Madden David Magee Mike Magee Andrea Magruder Anna Mahr Kelly Mallory Sherrana Mandoza Heidi Maness Sue Manhardt Vito Marcantonio John Markosian Rosalie Marmeno 'f i'iil L 'iii L L , r,k,,., Lena Levano o'VA V James Lewis ILL' LL LQQZQ ' L L, A I Tom Lindley 5 l Q L" f-lil L. ' L. Stevhany Lindsay L ' e Beth Loeffler ff .. ' lf, 2, WLLL L fi ' -A L L 5 1 'eL A kirgk X 551 I' ' 'J 'ISI ' 'WE Q " ' 'XE A T? ' X ' ' Angle Lombardo .L.'::Q:f'-M-B. W - is fv L J L LL: 'sw W K LL L L Kiwi Ev 12,354 aw, L ,LL M- "1 If - -f L 4 LL f' 'm " W"' ' ' .... .fr sree L L L ssei f e'l'1 'ssi er,' l"" "ln LL L W,,,.. V H L KL 'ef LL ,L L L .,,k., Li k:.-kk L L ,L LL LL f uf, LLLffLwLLL- - W L ,qi nv- 'dl L V ,.:,, H L L .L ..,, L LL L36 I L L0r1 Long . fr ' ff, - H 'W""f5g k . L if , eiii T rleee Loma L00 ' L 'f'i1 5? LL ,.e, ' L ig Frank Lopez s M slo Jeff Lopez ..,, ,,.L, so Doug Losey 1 L, LszL5rL as amen Darlene Louitt W if., Marlene Louitt rw f P J ell i--e' nseavf? 'fl-Y iifiuilsrssi ' 1 "f: if -L f ' V- ""' ' W"" L ' be s L Iir, ,L,ii- f 1 -- . A 'ii"'ii ii's" L -L s eis L LL "'i - i 5 L L iiii i L ll J lol L e ,L La FY' J f " eoLl Rr ,L LLL 1 L Q J s ' f i a W "'o A A vi ' ' "id, . - V - L ' L 'fa gl 'LL' L a- , 'L.' we ., 2. L - 1 ILL- 4. f L LLLLL M 5 . f if ' M ff LW. LLLLL L L LLLLLLLLLL. , LLL LLL ,.L,,LL,,L 4 , L,..L LLL L L J LL L L s Lssd L Jih L leLL fi ,LLL z as - LL,LL L J eiii H ' ' in i ""'ii" A ' 7-i l I I V A X A L II L L L H Leii L ' A r . 'L ' I 5 L 'i'e L ,254 y f L lllo LLLlnes L J fe I Y ' H + 52 ff if 2 if iid I L L M --"' i K W"L"-' r iii' 'K W"' L ' A - V --"- 2 1 , , " " K ' L W f 2 i"k-' ' i , LL z W. - ""o l' - L'r' Q1 ,' ' K I 'f I 234 FRESHMEN Dina Marquez Donnelle Martin Dorothy Martin Doug Martindale Charles Mascari Vince Masone Derron Masters Rich Maxwell Karen McCanlies Susan McCarthy Jeri McCaughey Linda McConiga Patty McCormick Allen McCrea Alicia McCue Mike McCue Karen McCully Brenda McDonald Deanna McKennon John McMurdy Dawn McNabb it-J' N LA ik g c A 'fi if -L , v ' ' .. i:'.i In z"ii ,:,- f,1v f --'--- ., -',,,:. 3 C in - - .sw l-f.1 ., "'v. . - ,-,f K -ja t ,',, ' Donna Meagher . ' Marty Mendes . .... , 4 A ' ,,, .,, ,D ' ,V Nick Mendez it Q V i' V i x f' - An- Q R. p ' ' Lee Mendoza - . fl A P ' -fvp' Randy Mercer 'Z rii' 1 D f M e ee f 6 Mary Merdzinski fs N ,y ' C -if K S Barbara Merkley f " "' ,f ZIL 1 F L fx, sg V-1 3 L' " 1 Xgaealr riffi 'iflifii 'ii' i, 2' f41ii,41i': ifi' ,,h: , I ' V 4 I ' a Jeff Merrow - , l T?,, 1 K .V Gina Meyers ,, H 5 "ffl ' f . Zn, Kent Meyers C "" 'V ' Alice Miller ,i L ' 5 1, KJ 4 L V , L ' I ' 'f a A" '-I a Dave Miller :v'H 2,1 ,, I ' 7 ,Q A A Dave Miller 1 K x K 'W David Miner be w e ! ' , n ff ' sid We , A K , e n n I A ' y azifi ' or Jon Miller v-fwff f ,V . I f ,f - X Q 3 V ' V " , W ,Q A , 5 V , , , '- Kathy Miller ,Q , . ls, -, . , f 1, -., ' ,, I I , I, 3, .wa rf, ,, ,,. -' - . , I , nf ' . . . M , , 1 Aviv? ' ff' i i""ie Z ' 1' , Lisa Mlllward , 1 , L, , gf., . , - ' ,,,' ' 4' fi, I J ,, nf:-22 y QW ff ,L , V A, . V ' . , . 1 , , ry! N, A ,iy . ,, H, I, . if Frank Mmardo 1 6 'VI 1 V , xiia if " V V 11 ' ' ,t Debbie Misquita y K ii o,,, 1,11 a.,,,,aaa,aa i'ii el! r erei , . ,X xt. be it it ,a , Tammy Mitchell rr e ree M r r m , , , 'iil V K .. iil K ' Kevin Mitten 1, I I I , Cheryl Mohon H ' - ' 4' in Margret Montoya " H 57 ,. ..V' fi ' if' va-5 f 9 Tim Monzingo i -rrei "-" I 7: ' 'V l ""' 'Mi A Clint Moore Q ,V V X A if gf. ' Mark Moore W K J, N 7 ,a x ii' Q ' ' it K Chris Mom ,Q fi M yi X ,,, H, 1 4 , ,,.1L 4 I Lisa Moreno . , ' v 3' Monica Morgan A 'Q , A -vr ' I X H V Mindy Morgenthal ' Q 7' Quceta Morrow QE ' f ," 29" 'i" f m ' L ,V , C Ernie Mose ,. ,,. ,S H ,. ,.,. I V Steve Mounkes d ' rrrr e 1 L M " C Kelsey Muller 1, N' .iw ,f iil" AA,, A Wrlk Ziff., Brett Mullins ,k ' , A Lisa Muns 1" n 'Q "1 in ' ' 5 i Sherri Murphree W A 5 r I 4 ' i J 'Q 7 -fr i V Lewis Murphy .,N.,..ff' :gf " i -as r,e " iz if Stephan Nanny ff , 47 ,,i 'TY' M' chris Napier 'v 5' , C K n ,, fo --if K . Eg X 9 I ii' r Karl Neithercutt , .,.,, 0 --gay' T7 in Bill Nelson 4, V Pam Nelson 'C ' ' ,gig ' " ' f QL Diane Neville , V, 1 W ' my , 'i, 5 ni 'fi Rex Newell X il il Eg Jr! , " as if FRESHMEN 235 J " '- J N X N ' N NN " 'ee Y " ' N hh, 1 p p b . f il JJ J , 1 N ,R - - J J J ,,.. , J J. M bf N N N J- ' ', J ini J "NNf:1,., NN - - 'LN JN if NNNN ' fi 5 as N J mLA J' " N i P 55 ,I " ,.... A L ii , 'V' 'igyg Fre hmen ee X ' Us J Q-N N 2 e K 3 Shauna Newmeyer Craig Nichols Joanna Nicosia David Nielsen Sharon Noble Steve Noble Melinda Noel Jeff Noppenberg Mike Norftill Cindy Nork Allen Norris Glenda Norris Liz O'Callaghan Henry Ochoa unaccu tomed to exams ,N J r,,' , N 1 N 1 ,. ,.:..,:.,.. 5 ..1,' J JJ..J Faye 0'DeU Frr ' 'lien llilli erees Anna Oglesby sii f ' A Todd 0'1gafa ...,. N N .N Rivhard 15911 J P ,J sso N 0'Nei1l Q' JN Ja ee ee J Shelley O 1, I 'nj ,e.: Q :J p e111'f1 T'- . Julie Osbourn X , N A X xx rif .- A J J H . . . v'--, -mam .JN 111 , :W,i:: ii iv S it K J Therese Overbay 'F P NN N N Tina Ovefbey NN J. 'J iii N Liz OWGHS nnssie . Q. , JJ Suzy Paris N sse J , i'ii iiiii J iiiiiiii Sheri Park K Niffg A -' NN iN gg ' JJ John Parrow JJ , fgiff N J, P 'N J Connie Patina Q NJ P gd N , NN NX ,.. J N ss.ss AP ressefr fii JJ ii'i iiii ' iii 1 iff? J --ii ' iiii i"NN' iiNif1i? Debbie Patterson N J ,i:: 1 W N' V JN J ,z. ,iiL N Kim Pauley J , N' N il, 3 'J H 'J J .J Steve Pauley N 1 ssle N slse ee J - Deborah Payne s ne N Darlene Payne N 'N" N NNNJJJJ Paul Pendergast JJVV J' J M NX N ' ihi n a E .ii "N NNN -K Enrique Perez J niii me 'J lii 5' 'P M J .,.. J., Jx s J, ,, 3 , , nsnn J "'--'e ..,,,.. J J J ..,..... .,,.i . ,,.. . ,,... ,..., J i..,.. .,., JJ JJ JK? JJ . -'-' N N J J J N J y , J. k V N I 'N ,i., ii" NN J, N 54 N N if N ,,,--Y, -I "-Q N - .sg J ---f .. JJ K' 'NN' . ' Jr , N J N J eessse N J N. ' ....- i J- Elf: NNN' JMJ NW Q 1 'e ' N i f ... i s - N .NNN ' fifif-Nfef N - J, NN XX - "fNN"'v J We J NNJiNNJ,1lf N NN 'N A 1 I JJ .wi -J, J H "- f N if N"N NN1 NN f. NN N-.. 1 xii 'N JJ.J 3 ' N , ---,A- Ns JJJJJJ J- N..N N"' HN e-1-ng f A J 'N , .J,,J X ,JJJ JJ . - J,,J I- .J.. 1 ' JN- N s i m s? N . N 'NNN I NNf- ii-NN "'- N?J1'N .J N ' N N ' 1 'N J NN NN- NJ', iiii ' J N 1 NJJ N' '- I , 5 236 FRESHMEN Shirley Perkins Deanne Phifer Kevin Phillips Mary Phillips Cindy Pickard Claudin Pickering Richard Pierce Rene Pieri Gina Piper Kevin Piske John Pizzo Glen Polk Sindy Pollack Lisa Powers !5i1,,. .. Chris Preas Tempest Price Robin Priddy Charles Proffitt Diane Quan Mike Radcliff Robin Raebel Rudy Ramirez Leoanrd Ramos Todd Randleman Victor Rangel Jim Rathbun Lisa Rauch Kim Rausch 'ss Tx W.. . ,, K . lf in fi E . i Ai.. :QNX 1 iwliigf' Roseann Ruiz Barbie Ryan Julie Ryan Michele Saale Eileen Saenz David Sain Henry Salazar Maggie Salinas Liz Sanchez Doyle Sander Susan Sandoval Patty Schaeffer Grace Schatzi Donald Schlieve " - 1 if : I .. ff Y - J - -1 Sf:..i'if. 3 - - if f .' ,L -.i . - .... up-K+ if K as ttty is 5 l s . . - fi' ::'ff: feg?ii55f:- X. AA 3 Q71 if 5 'N rags 1 , .,,' N ..:. 1 I 4 3 . A is W . . xii X, . s - vii 1 .- if -14 X vm. ' fi. , .,.. "'ro f h" " -V gr-x A kg .5 Ki. ,:,, J k.h h e 3. Z , Nj , A VVb ? ff ., "5 4 ' 922 '51 ff nib. it M ' . E ki X eyf.z R 5 S R ree ra rssiir is E' i ,-1" N r"'ii T a x ig ' R ..,, i rail if' R if e- - V . 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S J ' 'T' Kelli Shank J y S- -i - F J- S S - Martin Sharp S- '-, Eel' J- . SS S 111- e JJS ,"c .S ' Tom Sharp ---- f' J S Pal11ShePefd i-i, S lc, S A Lisa Sheridan V , ' J Debbie Sherwood tttt e F JJ ' 2 f H J- J eg e --er Se ' 1,--- S '--- ,,-- ' -e S - -ec- S She Shmneman K l S Michael Shoemaker S , i - cctt S if , 3 'S S" J S. ,' , J' S -JSSS-,,g:zJSdSj' i t Y ,SS e 'e Sue Shourds --iil SS ef' eei ic-e- 'ci Sand S' c c"" S '-r: S ' ' Y 153011 1 cii- or J Jeee Lee Sizemore --S S- J Dvra Slade SJ S eee c 1 l S r SyySSS JSSJ eef S .SSSSS . ettc it Sandy Stanke lf SSSSSS ---e -leetei J JJ ' .SS 'ITJJ e--- S SS d -"' ' Zeie- ' 1' r-.. ........-4 K ti ff -iSSe 1, S ee- SSSSS S -S-S- at Susan Slick A .H i SS in .o few , pi fee ,S ' - ' A '5'f:'Jg Todd Sloan F e S e Ma, Small ' JJ J - S S SS I y iiii - 1 Steve Smalley SSSS SSSSJ ' J l J, J Cara Smith eeJe e-ee eciSS " iett e Cheryl Smith V 'S Li -JJS ,,. S 'J ,'SS JJ ii"i f - J ioS S J J S Debi Smlth Sig SS VV Von VS VV? SS JSg,fS VV- AKA wx ioS tiS S SS eeeeee J eee S JSSSJ -e i'ec ' ecee S J at S he -eee -eie S SS S SS Jeimy Sm? S, S J S S ti'e 'J cccc VSSSSS S Joi Ann Smith Q Q ' A' Kevin Smith 'ii"' " ' JVL' V Laurie Smith - -See J JS "i'?9idj,M S ' IS f V 1 Susan Smith J- e M Todd Smith fi SJ , 4 :le dger J ' S" 1 1 :SS1?11.SiS S7: in ' ' H J " 'JJJ- Ja - lli it S J - ee JJJJ J J Trey Smleh iiiii' A V S Brian Snider S J ' eeJ Todd Sollazzo "fE:S: J f51' "' '. eS'Sz J-1' 'ie 55 e ' J Daily Som J M S S J f JJJ-e' . S Cher1eSS0mmer J J D' S k S fe e i S S S SSS 2. lain? Owac e SV: h F- SS Q 49- 1 2 L6tlCla SOZH H 1 Sie f 5 gi7f1,di.S SJ 238 FRESHMEN ,,1, ,,,, i :avail 457' Mc .,,,,, 45 , Cheryl Speer Jim Speer Mike Stafford Karen Stanley Geralyn Staten Tracey Steimer Janet Steinberg D'Lee Steiner Danean Stevens Lori Stevens Patricia Stillwell Rebecca Stinnett Ray Stonerock 5, ' r ii if I , if 5 4 i Qu , L Q + V if fs 4' 7' if f 2 3 V, fp ig! X .1 1 x 4 1 9 f- 1- . hm. . , , 4 V A ,-N 13. A.. 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JV Freshmen anticipate Ronda Vlach Patti Voet Billie Voland Jan Wackerbarth Jean Wagner Kelly Wagner Karen Wakefield Katie Walker Michael Walker Carlie Wallace Lisa Wallace John Walledom Sheila Walsh Greg Walton Pam Ward Jim Washburn Vergie Wasielewski Joey Wayterra Dianna Webb Janet Webb Robert Weld 5,VV,.V,, LL L , , ff I lr f I f ffl iz: QV f 2, , f i it 49 4 9 kg fV if 1 ' f f if jf' ,fm-,ff V . f f 'W f QQ 9 f 5' rf ' 5 :LL L V Q -Q V V V FRESHMEN ef O Sandy VanBoerum Caryl Vanderlinden Evelyn Van Horn Kevin Van Sandt Audrey Vaquera Nicolas Vargus Veronica Varkoly Larry Vaughn Leslie Vaughn John Vaught David Vest Sherri Vest Randy Vick Tammy Vielma phomore year in ' L f '-f,1 fl VV " k' e", ' A W"" ' "'e H VVV -V V 'L LL V ,. 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'1 ViV-' A ' LL Suzan Whlte .L wwe awk wfkW ckke L V L Nancy Whitehead V , ,LLL ' V ' 'ki' Debby Wilbourn LVLL " James Wilkie IV kV'LL Ve: k"k" L VV '-'V V V V A -'i,, V' Barry Wilkins - an wavy, cLee if waz VVVV L mwa' IMWMMMM V kw Vwamakq:Lm4WV e e'f ceekc fmwmwwm y h 55 L f Randy Willis L ki LLLV ' L r '-,. 1- QW ,.:,' Roger Williams 23, H H Tamarah Williams V i ' .,,, ' Thomas Williams ' 'gf , Qt it .5 Q Mary Willis X' Z Kristin Wilson ' i'i1 Greg Wolf A ,, , Norman Wolf V- jf V ' .1 J 1 Q. Q Mark Wood Carrie Wright Cindy Wright Dwayne Wright Gladys Wright Linda Wright Scott Wyatt K J ' "l- David Banegas and Tom Williams struggle with classmates to win the tug-of-war on Freshman Day. Y im if W ' i C ,,W, . , Charles Young ,. ia if H Jima YOUHS 2 r ar' Linda Young 'M N ff 'C Cha' Tim Young Christine Zien ' Y Lynn Zimmerman f' V 1 f A V Sheryl Zwillick J, f "i , 4,5 N X I, 1 4 2 Vi an I ,ff " 'mg' I ' fy: w x " Q K, H ,, . , ,sw Q . ., 4 ' xv ' Al ix ' M 54 Robert Ybanez Charles Yoder FRESHMEN 241 f. K . -- ,L 5, --.. - -.L- - ' AA 'A ,QQ, is Dean Ash ... y ..., Q " h L " ' James Bianchi .. . rrkk K. " - A A A s K . ' 'i ' LL" j Mary CICCONE s i LM Delsoeia K' Jenny Falsmch ' Y. AA" A George Fletcher Qi e., 1 . R .C 5 is C c , - X ..A' - K Anna Hallagan Jim Harrington ww? ww s We 5 Chris Hart Claudia Henderson ,S+ N ii lei mg nik "' "' ,, ' f ' ' Lisa Ingie Cheryl Ladd ii Q ,, Af is i '15 'e 5 so c ,.as2.: 4' i .1216 K ,rg ff: 1 l 1 A , Freshman communications is one course required of newcomers. Shawna Newmeyer works to meet requirements set by her F.C. instructors. 'Q B iz Pam Lorditch Richard McDowell ,W Barbara McKissick Don McNabb Toni Mercado Teri Montoya Juanita Lipton, F.C. Center Administrative Assistant, prepares for a student conference by first researching her files. E2isiii E:i..1 sf. K ,LL.. ROY 015611 .i C iii V7 ,. i K' Gloria PHYHH iii . ik V Jeff Pfaffman ieiy r f q1" as i if Sherry Pogue e,A:AA1 I in Cathy Raper ' 7- I i i f . - Mary Rasmussen Q Cecilia Ruiz .flair J - 242 FRESHMEN . .,.s f iii' r cc l s , fi T - R' .. ., 1? Q 55 Q. M ' I , f II" .::::: ------' s -:z-s::::: I1 - i. ,. i.,,lx Q Q -X get 'x xi' V9 ,. I xg-Wagga , -3 -M gy. ., y 3431 -451' Y : ss U ffflfhkgts x3qz:'fn Qi -H . , N .Q 1 w. ,- f f:,- vzr. w.,:,. ,As J. 31'E'..M':svtv.mivSCi2 yi! he 5 5 .,, X k K, ,,,'4f,soo3 55 L 6 fl S X .istfseim-s,'s94i L"' 1k" W,:11 V i s l l 1 l ' A ,, f ' '-: f l f Wf-f K,l: J "L. g A V Mike Sarver Shawn Schlieve 5' ,,., .V 5' '1 . A eitt i is i t 'ei Merry Shrum i Q A .. 5 i,,,,, :AA ,i . a 1 if ' 5' ' Bobb Sears ' Eanalifflffilg 1 flf' t ?3'3-lift V " r , '1 i 1 1 An unidentified freshman shows her interest in student government by voting. Freshman elections are held in the fall. This is a first for F rosh. ,,,, rKV,, sis iirss s t - , Vg Vl. I ,, Vrl, 5 1 we ff 4 ,n 1 V' v Sandy VanB0erum - - 1 Terri Wilcreek Diane Wyman L 'Nt" i ii , , fff,-:,fi,.: fHgE , Randy Denofsky's younger brother Danny dreams about and patiently ,Q 2 'f ' " ' 4' 6 2 af 2 fi A In 1 awaits his freshman year at AHS. 3 wil mf Freshmen wait patiently in the F.C. building for their yearbook pictures to be taken. Student pictures are taken every fall. FRESHMEN 243 A ABALOS, LINDA: GAA 1. ABALOS, RANDY: Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4. ABRIL, MARIA: Key Club 3. ADAMS, EDDY: Tennis 1, Golf 1, 2, 3, 4, VICA 3. ALESSI, ANNETTE: FBLA 4. ALEXANDER, CHARLES: 'Tennis 1, VICA 3. ALLISON, DONNA: AHS. AMAVISCA, BOBBY: AFS 3, 4, Spanish Club 4, Interact 4, Civitan 4, NHS 4. ANDERSON, PEGGY: FBLA 3, 4. ANDUGA, LINDA: Tennis 1. ARMSTRONG, BECKY: Adv. Band 2, 3, 4, Science Club 3, 4, Bowling Club 2, Pamasus 4, NHS 4, Thespian 3, 4. ARNOLD, ANNETTE: Key Club 3, Spikettes 3, 4. ARNOLD, GREG: Cross Country 2, Hiking Club 1 , 2, 3, 4, Engineering Club 3, 4, Interact 2, NHS 3, 4. ASHER, DAVE: Cross Country 1, 3, Track 1, 2, 3, 4. ASMUSSEN, ELIZABETH: GAA 1, Ski Club 3. AUSTIN, JONI: Cheer 2, 3, 4, GAA 1, 2, History Club 2. AUVIL, JUDY: cnoneieees 2, 3, 4, o.w.I3. 4, FBLA 4. AVILA, LETICIA, Spanish cinb 1, 2. AVRAM, DEANNA: DECA 4. B BACK, Sl-LARON: AHS. BAI-IR, MARTHA: Pep Club 2, Explorer 1, Track 2, 3, NHS 4, Pom 4. BAIZE, CI-IERYL: Ski Club 2, 3, AFS 2, 3, GAA 1, DECA 3, 4, Key Club 3. BAKER, DINAH: GAA 1, 2, Lettennen 4, Volleyball 2, 3, 4, Softball 2, 3, 4, Tennis 1, 2, Choralettes 4. BANALES, LORI: Track 1, GAA 1, 2, DECA 3. BARBEE, KIM: FBLA 4. BARNES, PETER: Basketballi. 244 SENIOR REGISTER IDR REGI TER BARNETT, STUART : Tennis 1 . BARNUM, LANCE: VICA-ICE 3, 4, VICA-Woods 3. BASSETT, CORTY: AHS. BAUER, RICHARD: VICA 4. BAUMHOVER, ANN: Matmaids 3 . BELL, DEBRA: DECA 3, 4. BILNEDICT, JANE: Hiking ciub 1, 2, 3, 4. BERGSRUD, KEVIN: NHS 4, VICA-Drafting 3 . BJELFVENSTAM, EVA: Ski Club 4, Key Club 4, Student Govemment 4, AFS 4. BLOCK, MARTIN: VICA 4. BLUE, DUON: Football 1, Basketball 1 , 2, DECA 3. BOLEN, BRYAN: VICA 3, 4. BOLICK, LINDA: Spiketts 2, Spanish Club 1, FBLA 4, COE 4. BONI-IAM, LYNETTE: Pep Club 1, An: Club 2, Ski cinb 3, AFS 3. BRATCI-IER, SCOTT: Football 1, 2, Golf 1, 2, 3, 4, Key Club 3, 4, Student Govemment 4, NHS 4, Boys State 3. BREWER, WENDY: Latin Club 2, Speech 4, Spanish Club 4, DECA 3, Civitan 4. BRIDGEMAN, LSIA: AHS. BROWN, BONNIE: FBLA 4, COE 4. BROWN, DIANE: Concert Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Advanced Band 4, VICA 4. BROWN, LAURA: DECA 3, GAA 1. BURRIS, MIKE: vIcA-woods 3, vIcA-Mefois 4. BYRD, TIMOTHY: FBLA 1, VICA 4. C CAOUETTE, ALBERT: Football 4, VICA-Auto 4, Lettermen 4. CARLISLE, DEBBIE: Key Club 3, Modern Dance 4. CARROLL, RICHARD: Science Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Hiking Club 2, 3, 4, Parnassus 4, AFS 4. CARUSO, NICK: Football 1, 2, Cross Country 3, 4, Track 1, 2, Wrestling 1, 2, 3, 4, Key Club 3, 4, NHS 4, Ski Club 4, Lettermen 2, 3, 4. CASSIN, SHARI: Cross Country 3, 4, Quill and Scroll 4, Scimitar 4. CHAPMAN, DOUGLAS: Cross Country 3, 4, Track 1, 2, 4, Football 1, 2, Lettermen 4. CHAPPELL, JIM: AHS. CHUNG, SONIA: AFS 4, Student Government 4. CIULLA, MARIBETH: Choralettes 3, DECA 2. CLARK, JENNIFER: AHS. CLENIENT, SHEILA: FBLA 4, OWE 4. CLIFFORD, BART: Football 1, 2, Cross Country 3, Wrestling 1, 2, 3, 4, Baseball 1, 2, 4, Key Club 3, HERO 4. CODDINGTON, ALAN: ROTC 1, 2, 3, 4. COFFMAN, PAUL: AHS. COHN, ROBERT: Football 2, Track 4. COLE, KATHERINE: Choralettes 2, 3, 4, Chorale 2, 3, Parnassus 3, 4. COLE, SCOTT: VICA-Woods 3, VICA-ICE 4. coLvIN, MARK: German Club 3, 4. COMBS, NATHAN: Forenzics 3, 4, Thespians 3, 4, NHS 3, 4, Chess Club 2, 3, Pamassus 4. COMPTON, MICHAEL: AHS. COOK, CINDY: GAA 1, NHS 4, Track 2. COONS, LAVERTA: French Club 3, German Club 4, FBLA 4. COOPER, BECKY: Thespians 2, 3, 4, Art Club 4, Pamassus 3, 4, Student Government 3, 4, Forenzics 3, 4, Science Club 1, AFS 1, Gifted 4. CORNELL, LORI: Golf 1, Ski Club 1, Matmaids 3, NHS 3, 4, Key Club 3, 4, VICA-ICE 3, 4, GAA 1, Modem Dance 3, AFS 2. COSPER, JOEL: Football 1, 2, 3, Track 2, 3, Wrestling 1. COSTELLO, LUANNE: AHS. COX, KATHY: FBLA 4, OWE 4. CRAIG, JIM: Science Club 2, 3, 4, Hiking Club 2, 3, 4, DECA 3, 4, Student Govemment 1. CROWLEY, JOHN: Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Wrestling 1, 2, Football 1, 2. CRUZ, ROSEMARY: Student Govemment 1, FBLA 3, 4, GAA 1. CURTIS , TAMI: AHS. D DALY, TY: VICA-ICE 3, 4. DANIELS, JEFF: Basketball 1, Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, NHS 4, Student Govemment 4, Lettermen 3, 4, Football 1, 2, 3, 4. DAVIS , DAN: VICA-Drafting 3 . DAVIS, DENISE: AHS. DAVIS , RICHARD: AI-IS . DAVIS, WILLIAM: Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Tennis 1. DE LA IfUI3NTI3, Spanish ci-lb 3, ROTC 3. DEL TUFO, JODI: Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Baseball 3, 4, GAA 1. DElvH.ONG, BILL: Football 1, 2, Track 1, Key Club 3, 4, NHS 4. DENOFSKY, RANDALL: German Club 2, Student Government 2, 3, Yearbook 3, 4, Ski Club 2, YFU 4. DE SH.AZO, CHARLENE: Handball Club 3 . DIERKS, LISA: AHS. DOAK, CARRIE: AHS. DOEHRMAN, LINDA: GAA 1, Student Governrnent 2, Matmaids 1, 2, 3, 4, LA 4. DOUMA, MURRAY: VICA- Woods. DUFNER, PATRICIA: DECA 3, Thespians 2, 3, 4, Latin Club 3, 4, Forenzics 3, 4. DUNCAN, KELLIE: GAA 1, Track 2, FBLA 1, 2, OWE 4. DUNSING , APRIL: AHS I DURAZO, MARK: Golf 1, Key Club 4, NHS 4, Advanced Band 2, 3, Jazz Band 2, 3, 4. DRIGGERS , KATHY: AI-IS . E EARL, KEN: Orchestra 2, 3, Jazz Band 2, 3, 4. ECKLEY, DONNA: Handball Club 3. EDMONSON, MIELANIE: Ski Club 3, FBLA 3, 4, NHS 4. EICHORN, CONNIE: Badminton 3, Key Club 3, NHS 4, Pep Club 1. EIDENBOCK, RUDY: German Club 1, FBLA 4. ELLINGTON, CONNIE: Spikettes 2 . ELLIOTT , BARBARA : Bowling Club 1, FBLA 3, Key Club 3, 4, NHS 4. ENGEL, TIM: AHS. ENGSTROM, KATHERIN: NI-IS 4, GAA 3. ERWIN, LINDA: FBLA 4, Science Club 1. EsPINozA, JOSE, Tennis 4. ESPINOZA , LARRY: Football 1, 2, Key Club 3, 4, Wrestling 1 , 2. EWANIUK, JON: Forenzics 3, 4, Jan Choir 4, National Forenzics League 4, Art Club 1, 2, Chorale 2, 3, 4, Pamassus 3, 4, Thespians 3, 4, Yearbook 3, Performing Dance 4. F FAJKOWSKI, SUSAN: FBLA 3, 4, COE 3, Key Club 3. FALLERS, SCOTT: Football 3, Track 1, 2, DECA 3. FAULKNER, SANDY: Advanced Band 2 , 3, Badminton 3, Tennis 3, Key Club 3, DECA 3. FIERROS, TOM: Football 1, 2, 3, DECA 3, 4, Track 1, 2, 3. FINCH, RAYMOND: Baseball 1, Wrestling 1, 2. FLIPPEN, GREG: FBLA 3, DECA 3, 4. FORBES, BRIAN: Football 1, 2. FOX, ELIZABETH: Choralettes 2, 3, 4, Chorale 2, 3, Concert Choir 2, 3. FRAENKEL, TIM: Tennis 1, 3. GADBERY , BRIAN : Football FRANCE, TIM: Baseball 1. FRANCIS, GARY: AHS. FRANZKY, MONICA: AHS. FREEMAN, RAY: VICA-ICE 4, VICA-Auto 3, Football 1. FRISBEE, REX: Football 1, 2, Baseball 2, Bowling Club 1 . FRYE, LAURIE: AFS 4, Thespians 2, Scimitar 3, 4, NHS 4. G 1 , Student Government 4. GAGLIARDI, ROCKY: VICA- Woods 3, VICA-ICE 4. GARCIA, MARCO: vlCE-LCE 3, 4. GARRIDO, MANUEL: Football 1, 3, 4, Letterman 4, VICA 4. GARRISON, KEVIN: Tennis 1, Basketball 1, Golf 1, 2, 3, 4, Adv. Band 2, 3, 4, Stage Band 2, 3, 4, Key Club 4, NHS 3, 4. GEGENHEIMER, MARIANNE: Inter. Band 1, Adv. Band 2, 3, 4, Jazz-Rock Band 3, Pep Band 2, 3, 4, Bowling Club 2, 3, FBLA 3, 4, COE-OWE 4. GERHARDT, CHERYL: FBLA 3, 4, OWE 4. GESE, ERIC: Student Government 1, NHS 4, Tennis 2, 3, 4. GIBBENS, KAREN: NHS 4, AFS 2, 3, 4, Cross Country 2, 3, Track 2, Student Gov't 3, Jazz-Rock Band 3, Ski Club 1, 2, Key Club 4. GIESE, BARRY: VICA- Drafting 4. GILLISPIE, SUE: FBLA 3, 4, COE 4. clLLUM, BRUCE: Football 1 3, 4, Track 4. 1 GLENN, CINDY: Volleyball 1, ArtClub 1, 2, NHS 4. GLOVER, LORI: HERO 4. GOMEZ, ALFONSO: Spanish Club 1, DECA 3, 4, FBLA 3. GOMEZ, LISA: Ski Club 1. GOODROW, EDWARD: Inter. Band 1, Adv. Band 2, 3, 4, Pep Band 2, 4, Jazz-Rock Band 3. GRAHAM, BETH: VICA- Woods 4. GRAHAM, HEIDI: Matmaids 2, Key Club 2, COE 4, FBLA 4. GRANILLO, HELEN: GAA 1, MECHA 2, DECA 3. GREEN, RHONDA: VICA 4. GREEN, RONALD: AHS. GREFF, DEBBIE: DECA 3, 4, FBLA 1, 4, NHS 3, 4, Spanish Club 1, 2. GREGSON, DANNY: Football 1, 4. GRIFFIN, BENNY: VICA- Woods 3. GRIFFITH, TERRY: Football 1, Wrestling 1, 2. GROSSENBACHER, CINDY: Interact 1, VICA 4. GRUBB, BARRY: vlCA 3, 4. GRZADZIELESK, DIANNA: FBLA 3, 4, GAA 1. GUFFEY, SUSAN: AHS. GUTHERY, MIKE: Football 1, Wrestling 1, Track 1, 2, Band 1, 2, 3. H HAAS, ROBERTA: Track 2, Cross Country 2, 3, Student Gov't 3, 4, AFS 2, 4, Letterman 4, Key Club 4, Interact 1, Student Board 3, 4. HAGA, JIM: AHS. I-IALAL, KEN: Track 1, 2, 3, 4, Cross Country 1, 2, 3, 4, Letterman 2, 3, 4. HALVERSON, KENNY: AHS. HAMlviONDS, TANYA: Ar: Club 3, 4. I-LARDIN, MARVA: Choralettes 2, 3, 4, Chorale 2, Interact 1, GAA 1. HARDISON, ANDREA: Student Govemment 2, 3, Key Clubl, 2, 3, AFS 2, 3, Ski Club 3, Scimitar 3. HARKER , JEFFREY: Football 1 . HARRIS, BARBARA: VICA 4. HARRIS, KELLI: Archery 1, FBLA 4. H.ART, CHRIS: AHS. HAYDEN, MALISSE: Tennis 1, Track 1, Interact 1, Science Club 1, DECA 3, GAA 1. HEATH, SONYA: FBLA 4. HEBERT, STEVE: DECA 3, 4. HEER, BRUCE: Football 1, 2, Hiking Club 1, 2, 3, 4. HEI.MANDOLLAR , JEFF : Golf 1, 2, Tennis 1. HELTON, BARBARA: AHS. HERNANDEZ, JAMES: ROTC 1, 2, 3, 4, Tennis 1, 3. HERRGESELL, MARIA: Matmaids 3, Key Club 4, VICA 4, Student Gov't 4. HESTERMAN, SCOTT: Computer Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Engineering Club 3, Communications Club 4. HILLSTROM, JOHN: AHS. HINCH, THOMAS: VICA 4. HLBOSKI, TAMURA: NHS 4, Pamassus 4. HOESE, DIANNA: HERO 4. HOLIVEES, DEBBIE: CO-OP 4. HOLMGREN, MARY: NHS 4, AFS 2, HERO 4. HOOD, KAREN: GAA 1, Volleyball 1. HOSTETLER, JEFFERY: Football 1, 2, vlCA-LCE 2, 4. HOUSER, SCOTT: DECA 3, VICA-ICE 3, 4. HOUSTON, RANDALL: Football 2 . HOWARD, CAROL: AHS. HUDSON, JACQUELINE: GAA 1, 2, DECA 3. HUDSON, KATHY: VICA-ICE 4, Chorale 3, Choralettes 3, Concert Choir 3. HUMBLE, LINDA: Yearbook 3, 4, Quill and Scroll 3, 4, Maunaid 3, NHS 3, 4, Student Rotarian 4 . HUNT,LEEANN: GAA1, Pep Club1. HUNTER, DAVID: Track 1, 2, 3, 4, VICA-Drafting 3. HUNTER, STEVE: Handball Club 1, 2, 3, 4, DECA 3, HERO 4, Science Club 1, 2, Ski Club 2, Bowling Club 2. HUTCHENS, DAN: DECA 3, VICA-Woods 3, 4, VICA-ICE 4. HUTCHLSON, PAMELA: Cross Country 2, 4, Track 2, 4. I JACKSON, PEGGY: HERO 4. JACQUEMLN, TERRY: AHS. JAMES , SANDRA: AHS. JAMES, TANLMY: AHS. JENKINS, STEVE: Football 3, 4, Wrestling 1, 2 3, 4. Band 1, 2, JIMINEZ, SUZANNE: AHS. JOHNSON, ANNALYNN: Adv. Band 2, Maunaids 1, 2, 3, Tennis 1, Key Club 4, NHS 4. JOHNSON, DAN: Football 1, 2, 3, Track 1, 2, 3, Cross Colmtry 3, 4, History Club 1, Wrestling 1, Key Club 2. JOHNSON , KIMBERLY: HERO 4 . JOHNSTON, MICHAEL: AHS. JONES, DUANE: Wrestling 1, 2, 3, 4, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, v1CA-wood: 4, ROTC 1, 2, 3, 4. JORDAN, BILL: HERO 4. JORGENSEN, MARIE: Cheer 2, 3, 4, Track 1, 2, 3, 4, NHS 4, Key Club 2, Matmaids 1. K KARR, DANIEL: Computer Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Cominunications Club 4, Engineering Club 3, 4. KARRAKER, DALE: Inter. Band 1, Adv. Band 2, 3, 4, DECA 3, Scimitar 4, Pep Band 4, Jazz Choir 4, Science Club 1. KAUFMAN, SANDY: AHS . KAY, ALEX: Football 1, Yearbook 3, ROTC 2, NHS 3, 4, Engineering Club 3, 4, Quill and Scroll 3, Hiking Club 4, Latin Club 1. KELLY, KATHY: GAA 2, Badminton 2, 3, 4, Spikettes 2, Yearbook 3, Quill and Scroll 3, Letterman 4. KELLEY, MICHAEL: AHS. KENT, PAUL: Tennis 1, 2. KIDNEY, KELE: NHS 3, 4. KILLEEN, PATRICE: AHS. KING, AMY: Science Club 1, 2, Key Club 3, Interact 1, NHS 4, Ski Club 1. KING, WAYNE: Football 1, Engineering Club 3, 4. KIRBY, JOSEPH: VICA-ICE 3, 4. KIRES , SHARON: AHS . KIRKMAN, RICK: Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4. KIRKPATRICK, ALICA: GAA 1, 2, FBLA 4, OWE-COE 4. KLEIN, PETER: Band 1, 2, Computer Club 2. KORESSEL, JIM: Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Wrestling 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 2, 3, 4, Baseball 2, Letterman 3, 4. RRELPEL, HELEN: Cheer2, 3, 4, Track 2, 3, 4, NHS 4, GAA 1, 2. KRESSMANN, KELLI: FBLA 4. KUSAR, TERESA: FBLA 3, 4, Ski Club 3, 4. L LAIRD, CAROLYN: Volleyball 1, 2, GAA 1. LAMB, SHELLY: Volleyball 2, 3, Badminton 4, GAA 1, 2. LAMBARD, MARK: Wrestling 2. LAMIM, DEBORAH: Hiking Club 1, 2, Adv. Band 2, 3, 4. LANDERMAN, SUSAN: Magic Club 2, 3, 4, Creative Writing Club 1, 2, FBLA 4. LANGFORD, CLIFFORD: VICA-Drafting 4. LAVENDER, MICI-LAEL: ROTC 2, 3, 4, Drill Team 2, 3. LEDBETTER, KIM: Adv. Band 2, 3, 4, Inter. Band 1, Pep Band 2, 3, 4, FBLA 3, 4, Orchestra 2, JOE 3, COE-OWE 4, Speech Team 2, 3, 4, Girls State 4. LEIMBACH, MICHAEL: Football 1, Basketball 2, Track 1, VICA-ICE 4. LEWIS, BONNIE: Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 4, Softball 2, 3, 4, Tennis 1, 3, 4, Letterman 4. LIEBLER, CATHY: FBLA 4. LINDEBAK , SANDRA: Matmaids 1 . LITTLE, MARK: Basketball 4. LOMUSCIO, TONY: Baseball 1, 2, Football 1, 2, 4, Basketball 1 . LONG, KRIS: GAA 1, FBLA 3, NHS 3, 4. SENIOR REGISTER 245 LOPEZ, ROXANNE: Softball 2, 3, 4, Student Gov't 1, 2, 4, Student Optimist 4. LORING, JEFFREY: Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 1, 2, 3, 4, Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4. LOVATO, ANNA: Key Club 3, DECA 3, 4. LUGO, BILL: Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Football 1, 2, HERO 4. LUKASZKIEWICZ , Cl-IRISTI: AHS . LYNCH, RICHARD: AHS. M MABRY, DON: Cross Country 1, 2, 3, 4, Wrestling 1, 2, 3, 4, Student Gov't 2, 3, 4, Student Optimist 4, Key Club 3, 4, Letterman 1, 2, 3, 4, NHS 3, 4. MADDBN, MIKE: AHS. MADISON, MARILYN: DECA 3, French Club 3. MADORSKI, DENNIS: Football 1, Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, DECA 3. MAGEE, JUDITH: Interact 3, VICA-Health Occupations 4. MACGRATH, MICHAEL: Football 1 . MALEK, GREG: German Club 1 , 2, Chess Club 2, Ski Club 1, 2, AFS 4, NI-IS 4, Key Club 4. MAHONEY, BRIDGET: Football Manager 2 , 3, Mascot 2, FHA 2, Key Club 2, Track 2, DECA 3, FBLA 3, 4, Student Rotarian of Year 4, Matmaids 4. MAHONEY, TIMOTHY: Football Manager 1, 2, 3, 4, Track Manager 3, Letterman 4. MANI-IARDT, DONNA: Matmaids 3, HERO 4, GAA 2. MANLEY, MELISSA: Archery 1, 2, Girls League 1. MARIN, PHILLIP: Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4. MARKOSIAN, NICK: Basketball 1, Bowling Club 1 . MAROUEZ, MARY: OWE 4, FBLA 4. MARTINEZ , ROBERT : Basketball 1 . MAUBY, TERESA: Archery 1, Tennis 3, 4, FBLA 4, Owls 4. 246 SENIOR REGISTER MCCORMICK, JOAN: Choralettes 2, 3, FBLA 4, COE 4. MCCRARY, SHANNON: AHS. MCCULLOCH, MICHELE: GAA 1, Key Club 35 FBLA 4, COE 4, Mascot 2 . MCDOUGALL, JAMES: Track 1, Cross Country 2, Key Club 3, 4, Engineering Club 3, 4, jan-Rock Band 2, 3, 4, Boys State 3, NHS 4. MCFARLANE, BOB: VICA- ICE 4. MCGINNIS, STEVEN: AHS. MCKENNA, GLORIA: Key Club 3, ROTC 1, 2, 3, 4. MCKISSICK, SUSAN: FBLA 3, 4, Quill and Scroll 4, NHS 3, 4, Student Rotarian 4, Yearbook 4. MCMANUS, KEVIN: Yearbook 4. MCMASTER, GRANT: VICA- Auto 2, 3, VICA-ICE 4. MCRAE, GREGORY: VICA- ICE 4. Mcsl-LANE, JODL, AI-IS. MCSORLEY, MARK: AHS. MCSORLEY, TIMOTHY: Football 3, 4, Wrestling 2, Letterman 4. MBBKS, PAM, Spikettes 2, FBLA 4, COE 4. MELVIN, DONNA: Interact 1, GAA 1, 2, DECA 3, FBLA 4, Nl-IS 3, 4. MBRTBN, LAURL, calf 1, 2, 3, 4, DECA 3, Nl-IS 3, 4, GAA1. MESQUITA, RICHARD: Adv. Band 1, 2, 3, Pep Band 2, 3, Orchestra 2. MICH, JOHN: AHS. MILLER, AMY: NHS 4, FBLA 4, COE 4, Interact 2, 3. MILLER, RON: Interact 2, vlcA-lcB 3, 4, Magic Club 3, 4. MIRALDI, MARK: Football 1, 2, 3, Wrestling 1, Baseball 1, 2, NHS 4. MITCHELL, CATHY: DECA 3, 4. MONROE, STEVE: AHS. MOODY, SUSAN: FBLA 3, 4. MOORE, TRACIE: Key Club 3, 4, DECA 3, 4, FBLA 4, Matmaids 4. MORENO, LAURA: Student Gov't 1, GAA 1, 2, Cheer 2, 3, Key Club 2, 3, 4, NHS 4. MORENO, ROSIE: AHS. MORGAN, KELLY: Badminton 2, 3, 4, Track 2, Softball 2, 3, 4, Track 1. MOULTON, RYAN: Basketball 1, 2, VICA-ICE 3, 4. MURDOCK, SUSAN: FBLA 3, 4, ROTC 1, 2, 3, 4, Student Optimist 4. MURPHEY , COLLEEN: FBLA 4. MYERS, ALECIA: FBLA 4. N NANNESTAD, LORI: GAA 1, 2, Key Club 2, 3, Matmaids 3, OWE 4, DECA 3. NATHAN, PATRICIA: GAA 1, Volleyball 2, 3, 4, NHS 4. NEELY, ROBBIE: Scimitar 3, 4, Track 3, Letterman 3. NEGRETE, JAMES: Basketball 1, 4, HERO 4. NEIDEFFER, DONALD: AHS. NELSON, EARLENE: Bowling Club 2, 3, 4, FBLA 1, Science Club 3. NELSON, vlcKl, Selmitas 4, NHS 3, 4, Quill and Scroll 4. NEVINS, JULIE: Track 1, 2, 3, 4, Student Gov't 1, 2, 3, 4, Matnnaids 1, 2, 3, Pom 4, Cross Country 2, GAA 1, 2, Letterman 4. NIENSTEDT, GEORGE: Football 4, Letterman 4. NORTH, PHILLIP: DECA 3, 4. O OCALLAGI-IAN, JAY: Football 1, 2, Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Cross Country 3, 4, NHS 3, 4, Key Club 4, Band 1, 2, 3, Letterman 4, Student Rotarian 4. OCENAS, PAUL: VICA-Auto 4. OHNLETTER, STEVE: Key Club 3 . OHTON, RAUL: Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 1, 2, 3, 4, Letterman 3, 4, Student Rotarian 4. O'KELLY, FRANCINE: Choralettes 2, 3, Chorale 3. OLSKER, WALLY: Track 1, 2, 3, 4, Football 1, 4, Letterman 4. OLVEY, CAROL: Latin Club 3, FBLA 4. ORR, SANDY: I-ZERO 4. OWBNS, JACK: calf 2, 3, vlcA-Auto 4. OWENS, MATTHEW: Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 1, 2, 35 Homecoming King 4. OWENS MYRA: Badminton 2, 3, 4, GAA 1, 2, Track 1, 2, 3, 4, Letterman 4, Yearbook 2, 3. P PAPST, VICTOR: Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Football 1. PARKER, MICHELLE: VICA- ICE 4. PATINO, LISA: Tennis 1, DECA 3 . PATTBN, KATHERINE: DECA 3, 4. PAULMENN, KARLA: AFS 1, 2, 3, 4, Spanish Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Key Club 3, 4, Student Gov't 3, 4, NHS 4, Key Club Sweetheart 4, Student Body Recrding Sec. 4. PEACOCK, BETH: Key Club 2, Matrnaids 2 . PEARSON, LYNN: Adv. Band 2, 3, Interact 3, OWE 4, NHS 4. PELFREY, CATHY: GAA 1, 2, Tennis 1, 2, 3, 4, Badlninton 2, 3, 4, Key Club 35 NHS 4, FBLA 4, Lettertman 4. PENROSE, SCOTT: Science Club 1 , 2, Spanish Club 2, Tennis 2, 4. PERRY, MARSHA: Ski Club 3, FBLA 4, OWB 4. PERRY, STEVEN: VICA- ICE 4. PETKIEWICZ, DAVID: Track 1, Baseball 2. PLANTZ, ANN: Tennis 1. PLATT, THADIUS: Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Science Club 1, Pep Band 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 2, 3, 4. POHL, RAYMOND: Football 1, Track 1, Wrestling 1. POTTER, SHELLEY: Adv. Band 2, 3, 4, Stage Band 2, 3, 4, DECA 3, 4. PRBAS, BARRY: Track 2. PRlBBLB, LAURA: AHS. RUST, BIRGIT: AHS. PUTNAM, CHRISTOPHER: Wrestling 1, 2, 3, 4, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Track1, 2, 3, 4. Q QUALTIRE, DEBRA: Adv. Band 2, 3, 4, Inter. Band 1, 2, jazz-Rock Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Choralettes 3, Girls League 2, NHS 4, Pep Band 2, 3, 4, jazz Choir 4. QUAN, GERALDINE: Girls League 2, Ski Club 1, Student Gov't 4, NHS 4, Key Club 4, Activities Chairman 4. QUEVEDO, RUTH: MECHA 2, Bowling 4. QUILL, STEPHEN: Track 1, VICA-Auto 4. QUINTERO, KIM: AHS. R RAMIREZ, ISELA: AHS. RANDLEMAN, LEE: Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Wrestling 1, Track 1, 2, 3, 4, Letterman 3, 4. RANCEL, ALEX: Football 3, 4, Key Club 4, Letterman 4, Spanish Club 1. RATHER, KATHRYN, FBLA 3, 4, OWE 4. RAUX, RANDY: Bowling Club 2, 3, 4, NHS 4, French Club 1, 2, 3, Junior Civitan4, VICA-ICE 3. REARDON, LINDA: NHS 4, Health Co-op Club 4. REEVES, DAVID: Football 1, 2, Track 1, Magic Club 2, 3, Basketball 3, 4. REID, DEBBIE: FBLA 3, 4, OWE 4. REID, DEAN: VICA-Woods 3, VICA-ICE 4, Tennis 1. REYES, CATHY: DECA 3, 4, Badminton 2, 3, GAA 1. REYNOLDS, JOHN: ROTC 1, 2, 3, 4, Drill Team 2, Student Rotarian 4. REYNOLDS, LAURIE: FBLA 4. REYNOLDS, MARY: Key Club 4. RICCITELLI, MICHAEL: Football 1, 2, 3, 45 Letterman 3, 45 Wrestling 2, 3, 45 Track 3, 45 Science Club 15 Student Gov't 1, 45 Senior Class Senator 45 Key Club 3. RICCITELLI , PAUL: Football 1, 2, 3, 45 Basketball 15 Student Gov't. 1, 2, 3, 45 Science Club 15 AFS 1, 2, 35 Letterman 35 Senator 3, 45 Key Club 3, 4. RICH, MICHAEL: Football 1, 25 Track 15 VICA-ICE 4. RICHARDS, DAVID: Track 1 2, 3, 45 Cross Country 1, 2, 3, 45 NHS 45 Adv. Band 2, 3 45 Stage Band 45 Orchestra 3, 4. RICKARD, MARY: Hiking Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Orchestra 3, 45 Spikettes 3. RITTER, JOHN: Hiking Club 1, 2, 3, 4, v1cA-lcE 3, Engineering Club 3, 45 NHS 4. ROACH, DELLY: lnfeiecr 2, 3, 4, AFS 4, Nl-IS 4. ROBERTS, HERB: VICA- Health Occupations 4. ROBERTS, KARA: Key Club 35 Badminton 3 . RoEvER, VVES: Bowling Club 1, 2, 3, 4. ROGERS , BETH: AHS . ROGERS, KERRY: Tennis 1, VICA-Auto 3, 4. ROGERS, MARY: HERO 4. ROJAS, MARIA: Student Gov't. 45 AFS 4. ROLPH, EDWIN: VICA-ICE 3,45 Ski Club 1. ROTHENBUSCH, ROBIN: VICA-ICE 3, 4. RUDOLPH, CYNTHIA: Student Gov't. 2. RUSH, KEVIN: VICA-Auto 4 S SAIPH-IAR, HANA: Impact 15 Key Club 3, 45 GAA 1, 2. SANDOVAL, RICK: Football 1, 2, 35 Letterman 4. SAUNDERS, CARYN: Tennis 35 FBLA 35 Key Club 45 Explorers 4. SCHWARTZ, SHARON: I-'BLA 35 VICA-ICE 4. SCOTT, DREW: ROTC 1, 2. SCOTT, JOM: VICA-Woods 35 VICA-ICE 45 Wrestling 1. SEARS, RICHARD: Track 25 Cross Country 25 Football 45 Boys State 35 Key Club 3, 45 NHS 4. SFNFT, BRIAN: Football 15 Tennis 15 Basketball 1, 3, 45 VICA-ICE 3, 4. SETTLE, MARK: AHS. SHACKELL, MARY: GAA 15 FBLA 4. SHARP, CAROL: Parnassus 3, 4. SI-IEPHARD, WILLIAM: Band 3, 4. SHERLOCK, DEBORAH: Adv. Band 2, 35IV1a13'naidS 1, 2, 35 Tennis 15 Key Club 3. SHORES, CHRIS: Football 3, 45 Wrestling 3, 45 Letterman 3, 4. SHOURDS, CINDY: Archery 35 Adv. Band 45 Pep Band 45 Jazz-Rock Band 45 Inter. Band 3 . SIIVFMONS, DAVID: AHS. SINGLE, RENEE: HERO 4. SLOEKERS, ROBERT: Tennis 1, 2, 3, 45 Basketball 15 NHS 4. SLOMKOWSKI, LEON: AHS. SMALLIDGE, LENORE, FBLA 3, 4, owE 4. SMITH, DAN: DECA 35 VICA-ICE 4. SMITH, FRED: Cross Country 1, 25 Track 1, 2, 4. SMITH, MARK: Basketball 1, 25 Track 1, 2, 3, 45 Cross Country 3, 4. SMITH, MICHAEL: NHS 45 DECA 35 VICA-ICE 4. SMITH, PAMELA: Memieicls 2, Key Club 3, 4. SMITH, RICHARD: Basketball 1, 25 Cross Country I, 35 NHS 3, 4. SMITH, TAMlv1'Y: AHS. SMITH, THOMAS: Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 45 Letterman 45 Co- Captain Football 4. SNYDER, DEBBIE: GAA 1. SOLOMON, DIANE: AFS 2, 3, 45 NHS 45 Girls State 3. SORTO, OMAR: AHS. SOULVIE, JAIMIE: Science Club 15 Bowling Club 1, 2, 3, 45 junior Civitan 45 Girls State 45 FTA 2, 3. STARKEY, LESLEY: AHS. STARKS, ROSS: AHS. STEVENS, PAMELA: Archery 1, 25 Art Club 1, 25 AFS 3, 45 Key Club 35 Student Gov't. 3. STOKES, PAUL: Basketball 15 Track 1, 2, 45 VICA-ICE 3. SULLIVAN, CHRISTY: FBLA 3, 45 COE 4. SULLIVAN, SHARON: Girls League 25 AFS 2, 35 NHS 45 Interact 45 Key Club 3. SUMAN, MARK: Football 1, 2, 3, 45 Letterman 45 Basketball 1 . suTToN, CAROL: Softball 3, Volleyball 3, Key Club 3, AFS 4, Student ccwr. 4. SWATLOSKI, TERRI: Track 1, 45 NHS 45 FBLA 3, 4. SYLVA, DARLENE: Choralettes 35 FBLA 4. T TALLEY, DON: Wrestling 1 , 2 . TALLY, TERRI: GAA 15 Band 2, 35 VICA-Health Occupations 4. TARR, LYNDA: Science Club 45 FBLA 45 COE 4. TARR, NORMAN: DECA 3, 45 Science Club 3, 4. TAYLOR, BRENDA: AHS. TAYLOR, DAVID: Football 1, 25 Track 1, 2. TERRY, ERRON: lNrestling 1, 2, 3, 45 Scimitar 3, 4. TEv1s, RUSSELL: Track 1, 2, 3, 4, Ski Club 1, 2. THACKER, MARK: Stage Band 15 NHS 45 Student Gov't. 4. THE1ss, cHR1sTl, Bowling Club 3, FBLA 4, COE 4. TOMLIN, DAVID: Baseball 1, 2, 3, 45 Science Club 3. TOWNSEND, BARRY: Golf 1, 2. TREADWAY , TIM: VICA- ICE 4. TROLLINGER, CINDY: GAA 15 Student Gov't 1, 25 Key Club 2, 3, 45 DECA 3. TRUJILLO, DIANE: Sec. Treas. 35 Class President 45 Student Gov't. 3, 45 Student Rotarian 45 Key Club 3, 45 Scimitar 25 Band 2, 3. TRUOG, DAVID: VICA- Woods 3. TSUDA, TOSHIAKI: AHS. TUCKER, TAMTMY : AHS. TURLEY, LARRY: AHS. TURNAGE, MARK: NHS 4. U UIVLBOWER, ROGER: FBLA 45 OWE 4 . UMLAND, JAMES: Football 1, 2, 3, 45 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 45 NHS 3, 45 Student Gov't. 1, 2, 3, 45 Student Body Pres. 45 Bowling Club 25 Ski Club 15 Boys State 35 Key Club 35 Student Rotarian 4. V VAIENTI, LISA: Science Club 3, 45 Hiking Club 35 Performing Dance 4. VALENTINO, JANICE: Handball 35 Spikettes 2, 35 FBLA 35 PepBand 2, 35 GAA 15 Adv. Band 25 Stage Band 2, 3, 45 COE 45 Inter. Band 1. VARNER, JAN: Adv. Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Stage Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Key Club 45 NHS 45 Regional Band 2, 3, 45 Girls State 35 Optimist 45 Student Rotarian 45 Homecoming Queen 45 Pep Band 1, 2, 4. v1LLAv1cENc1o, VINCENT: Spanish Club 3, 4, FBLA 4, AFS 4. VITEZ, EDWARD: Tennis 15 Tl1espian1, 2, 35 VICA-ICE 3, 4. VONTZ, RHONDA: GAA 1. W WAGNER, LISA: NHS 4. WALDSCHMIDT, DAVID: Football 15 Basketball 15 VICA-ICE 3, 4. WALKOFF, DEBBIE: GAA 15 FBLA 3, 45 OWE 4. WALTON, MELINDA: Student Rotarian 45 Spikettes 2 . WAMEGO, GALE: VICA- Health Occ. 4. WARFIELD, KAREN: GAA 15 FBLA 3 . WATKINS , BRENT: AHS . WEBER, CATHLEEN: VICA- Drafting 45 Band 3, 4. WEBSER, DAVE: Science Club 1, 2, Key Club 4, NHS 4. WELLINGTON, KAREN: owE 4, FBLA 4. WELLS, JIM: Science Club 3. WEST, JIM: VICA-ICE 4. WHALLEY, LUANN, Key Club 4, GAA 1, 2. WHEELER, JAMIE: Spanish Club 15 Wrestling Manager 3, 45 Matxnaids 2, 3, 45 NHS 4. WHEELER, NANCY: HERO 4. VVHITAKER, MARK: NHS 45 Student Gov't. 4. WILCOX, JEFF: AHS. WILSON, JILL: Orchestra 1, 25 Adv. Band 2, 35 Jazz-Rock Band 1, 2, 35 PepBand 2, 35 Key Club 3. WILSON, Sl-IANNON: Badminton 3, 45 Softball 35 Archery 3, 4. WOLF, DANA: AHS. WOODS, TREENA: AHS. WOODY, NFELVIN: Bowling Club 4. WRIGHT, LENORA: AHS. WYATT, CAROL: Band 2, 35 Art Club 1, 25 GAA 1. Y YOCKY, KATI-IRYNz Volleyball 2, 3, 45 NHS 45 AFS 45 Letterman 4. Z ZETTERLOF, ANNETTE: GAA 1, 25 Ski Club 25 Cross Country 35 Key Club 3, 45 Student Gov't. 45 FBLA 45 NHS 4. SENIOR REGISTER 247 Abalos, Linda 178 Abalos, Randall 160 Abbott, Bill 182 Abbott, Jeannette 204 Abrams, Lawrence 204 Abril, Maria 160 Absher, Gordon 226 Acedo, Jim 160 Acedo, Joseph 204 Acosta, Gladis 182 Acosta, Jose 226 Adams, Catherine 182 Adams, Dean 182 Adams, Eddy 160 Adams, Harold 220 Agne, James 226 Aguilera, Kathy 182 Aguilera, Mike 226 Aguilera, Richard 182 Aguirre, Ariel 182 Aguirre, Paul 226 Ahart, Charles 182 Aksamit, James 204 Aksamit, Mark 182 Alandar, John 226 Albert, Robin 182 Alcantar, Patricia 226 Aldridge, Patricia 226 Alejandro, Rangel 160 Alessandro, Andrew 182 Alessi, Annette 160 Alexander, Charles 160 Allen, Diane 226 Allen, Elizabeth 226 Allen, Lisa 226 Allen, Robert lll 204 Allen, Tony 182 Allison, Donna 160 Alt, Laura 182 Altamirano, David 196 Altamirano, Robert 204 Alvey, Earl 226 Alvey, Edward 226 Amann, Julie 204 Amaro, Gabriel 226 Amavisca, Anna 226 Amavisca, Fred 204 Amavisca, Patricia 204 Amavisca, Robert 178 Ambrose, Robert 226 Anderson, Bradley 182 Anderson, Dale 204 Anderson, David 160 Anderson, Ken 220 Anderson, Meryl 182 Anderson, Michael 182 Anderson, Peggy 160 Anderson, Robert 204 Anderson, Robin 226 Andrews, David 160 Andrews, Pamela 204 Anduaga, Linda 160 Anglen, Jolie 182 Angulo, Suzanne 182 Antill, Steven 182 Antley, Peggy 179 Archer, Robbie 204 Arellano, Steve 226 Arico, Carol 182 Armstrong, Becky 160 Arn, Mary 226 Arnold, Annette 160 Arnold, Boyd 182 Arnold, Christine 204 Amold, Gregory 160 Amold, Noel 226 Arvizu, Alan 204 Arvizu, Christine 226 Ash, Dean 242 Asher, David 160 Asher, Maria 226 Ashton, David 160 Ashton, Deborah 226 Asmussen, Elizabeth 160 Atha, Denzil Jr. 207 Austerman, Rusty 182 Austin, Mark 204 Austin, Elizabeth 160 Austin, Allen 182 Austin, James 226 Austin, Joan 160 Auvil, Judy 179 Aver, Andy 182 Avila, Leticia 160 Avram, Deanna 160 Aycock, Joseph 204 Babb, Kimberlee 226 Baca, Paul 182 Backholm, Shari 204 Baez-Morales, Richard 196 248 GENERAL INDEX G ERALI DEX Baez-Morales, Michael 226 Bafus, Carrie 226 Bahr, Martha 160 Bailey, Rene 204 Baize, Cheryl 179 Baker, Brenda 204 Baker, Daniel 160 Baker, Dean 226 Baker, Dinah 160 Baker, Julie 182 Baker, Larry 182 Baker, Lorin 226 Baker, Mitzie 204 Baker, Nina 226 Baker, Sharon 182 Baldassarre, Thomas 204 Baldassarre, Vincent 182 Baldenegro, Alice 226 Baldenegro, Jim 226 Baldwin, Janet 160 Baldwin, Joanna 204 Baldwin, Leslie 220 Balgenorth, Bryan 226 Ballew, Kevin 182 Banales, Lori 160 Banales, Ron 226 Banda, Gilbert 182 Banegas, David 226 Banegas, Marti 204 Banks, Paige 182 Banovich, Steven 226 Barbee, Kevin 204 Barbee, Kimberly 160 Bamard, Donna 226 Barnes, Paul 160 Bames, Peter 160 Barnett, Joe 226 Bamey, James 226 Barrett, Jennifer 182 Barrick, Jeff 204 Bartee, Kelvin 204 Bartee, Rick 182 Bartee, Ronald 182 Bartinelli, Drew 182 Bartkoski, Eileen 226 Basom, Joseph 160 Bassett, Courtland 160 Batarseh, Darlene 226 Bates, Terrie 182 Batie, Russell 226 Battaglia, Anthony 226 Battaglia, Daniel 182 Bauer, Beth 204,220 Bauer, Richard 160 Baumhover, Peggy 226 Baumhover, Ann 160 Baxa, Regina 182 Baxter, David 226 Bean, Tamrny 226 Beard, Robert 204 Beaulieu, Mike 204 Becker, Jeff 227 Becker, Shavm 227 Beebe, Kurt 182 Beebe, Scott 227 Beene, Eric 227 Bell, Debra 160 Bell, Gregory 204 Bell, Nick 227 Bell, Sherrie 227 Bender, Carla 182 Bender, Marlon 204 Benedict, Jane 160 Benites, Marcos 204 Benner, Janet 161 Bennett, Frank 161 Bennett, Rhonda 204 Benson, Ladeana 227 Benson, Mike 204 Bentley, Nanette 204 Berenschot, Barbara Berg, Lyle 182 Berg, Tresea 220 Berghouse, Brad 204 Bergsrud, Kevin 161 Bergsrud, Pam 227 Berliew, Diana 227 Berlin, Lisa 204 Berlinger, Bill 227 Berlinger, Nancy 204 Berlyn, Kathleen 204 Bernard, Brenda 161 Bertoli, Denny 204 Bertoli, Jeffrey 182 Best, Dan 227 Bethel, Jaime 182 Bethel, James ll 227 Bianchi, James 242 Bible, Teri 182 Bierl, Mark 182 Bingham, Jeff 204 Bingham, Lawrence 182 Biondo, Daniel 227 Bishoff, Ken 227 Bishop, Julie 182 Bishop, Wayne 182 Bishop, Tony 227 Bjelfvenstam, Eva 161 Black, Debra 183 Black, Maurice 227 Black, William 205 Blackshire, Christie 183 Blackwell, Douglas 204 Blackwell, Sterling 183 Blain, Darrel 183 Blake, John 205 Blakely, Joni 205 Blakesley, Lisa 227 Blanco, Michael 227 Blanton, Charles 204 Bleau, Gregory 227 Bleau, Maureen 204 Blirm, Pam 227 Block, Martin 161 Blue, Duon 161 Bohn, Tori 227 Bolding, Tena 227 Bolen, Bryan 161 Bolick, Linda 161 Boliek, David 183 Boliek, Katherine 204 Bond, Lawrence 183 Bonham, David 227 Bonham, Lynette 161 Bonham, Robbie 204 Bonham, Tamara 183,196 Bonner, Kevin 204 Bonner, Kirk 183 Bonny Mary 227 Boom, Tracy 204 Borboa, Jesse 183 Borge, David 183 Borrego, Doree 161 Boswell, Teresa 204 Bosworth, Tana 204 Bosworth, Tina 161 Bowen, Jerry Jr. 183 Bower, Cynthia 205 Bowler, Curtis 204 Bowler, Ellen 161 Bowlus, Eric 183 Bowsher, Dean 227 Bowsher, Douglas 183 Boyd, Tracy 183 Boyer, Cynthia 227 Boyer, Karen 220 Bradford, Brenda 205 Bradford, Carolyn 161 Bradshaw, Donald 183 Brady, James 183 Bragg, Tom 161 Brandenburg, Kurt 227 Brandon, Brad 205 Brandt, Shelly 161 Brandt, Wendy 183 Branham, Mary 227 Brannan, Pamela 227 Brannoch, Virginia 205 Brashears, William 205 Bratcher, Christine 183 Bratcher, Michael Bratholt, Terri 183 Breedlove, Kimberly 205 Breedlove, Tammy 205 Breshears, David 183 Brewer, Cheryl 205 Brewer, Gerald 227 Brewer, Ron 227 Brewer, Wendy 161 Brewster, Kristen 227 Brewster, Stacy 205 Bridgeman, Curtis 183 Bridgeman, Lisa 161 Briggs, Deborah 183 Brigman, Tyrone 227 Briner, Rick 183 Brister, David 227 Bristow, Patrick 183 Britt, Glenn 227 Britt, Harriett 205 Britt, James 205 Britt, Russel 183 Brockway, Erick 161 Brockway, Gary 205 Brogdon, Monica 205 Bronaugh, Sherri 205 Brooks, Leonard 227 Brooks, Lois 183 Brooksby, Brian 227 Brovm, Bonnie 161 Brown, Bradley 205 Brown, Laurie 183 Brown, Lynda 205 Brown, Randy 227 Brovsm, Samera 227 Browning, Sydney 227 Bruder, Julie 205 Bruder, Scott 183 Brussels, Stuart 227 Bruyere, Sonya 227 Bryant, Teresa 183 Bryant, Ward 205 Bua, Agnes 227 Bua, Anthony 161 Bua, Christianne 20S Buchanan, Kevin 227 Bullard, Rex 205 Bullard, Sandra 183 Bunting, David 205 Burbrink, Kathryn 227 Burbrink, Margaret 205,220 Burch, Hilda 227 Burckley, Arleen 205 Burgess, Richard 161 Burgess, Tammy 227 Bruham, Audrey 205 Burke, Jackie 227 Burleigh, David 183 Burleigh, Phillip 227 Burns, Keith 205 Bums, Tim 183 Burris, Michael 161 Burroughs, Jennifer 227 Burroughs, Timothy 205 Burrows, Debbie 161 Bushroe, Julie 205 Bushroe, Michael 183 Butler, Carol 183 Butler, Donna 205 Butler, Mary 183 Byers, Craig 227 Byhaug , Kathleen 205 Byhaug, Keith 161 Byrd, Allison 220 Byrd, Timothy 161 Cadieux, Belinda 183 Caggiano, Marie 227 Caggiano, Renee 183 Caglioti, Janet 227 Caime, Robert 205 Cain, Carolyn 206 Calanda, Jane 206 Caldwell, Patsy 183 Caldwell, Peggy 183 Callahan, Judith 206 Callahan, Kathleen 183 Callahan, lvlitchell 183 Callaway, Tammy 183 Callison, James 206 Campbell, Lori 183 Campbell, Mary 183 Campbell, Sandra 206 Canada, Staci 206 Canale, Pamela 206 Candelaria, David 227 Candelaria, Robert 183 Candelaria, Susana 161 Canez, Julie 183,196 Cano, Elizabeth 227 Canter, Cathleen 183 Canter, Linda 228 Cantrell, Charles 228 Cantrell, Robert 183 Caouette, Albert 161 Capeo, Chris 183 Capriotti, Misty 206 Carel, Dewayne 228 Carey, Deena 228 Carlin, Thomas 206 Carlise, Deborah 161 Carlise, Shirley 228 Carlson, Jody 206 Carlson, Linda 228 Carmack, Bryan 183 Carmack, Lori 228 Camal, Jerry 183 Carothers, Brad 228 Carr, Daniel 183 Carreon, Jack 206 Carreon, Randy 206 Carroll, James Jr. 161 Carroll, John Carroll, Julie 183 Carroll, Rick 161 Carroll, Teri 228 Carter, Cindi 184 Carter, Daniel 196 Carter, Darlene 184 Carter, Kathy 228 Carter, Steven 184 Caruso, Nicholas 162 Carvalho, David 206 Casillas, Rayrnond 206 Cassin, Shari 162 Casteel, Tawni 183 Castellanos, Nestor 184 Castillo, Catherine 162 Castillo, Paul 184 Castillo, Sergio 206 Castillo, Timothy 228 Caywood, Alan 206 Caywood, Sinead 184 Celaya, Enedina 228 Celaya, Robert 206 Chadwick, Cheryl 194 Chadwick, Joseph 228 Chafey, John 228 Chafin, Dean 196 Chalais, David 184 Chamberlain, Thomas 206 Chamberlain, Vem 206 Chandler, Jeffrey 228 Chapman, Douglas 162 Chappell, Jim 162 Chase, Janet 206 Chavey, Angela 184 Chavez, Darmy 184 Chavez, Lorraine 184 Chavez, Phillip 228 Cheatwood, Pamela 184 Cherry, Dee 207 Child, Ronda 228 Christensen, Robert 206 Christensen, Thomas 184 -qs Christopher, Annette 228 Christopher, Kerry 228 Chun, Dong-jin 184 Chun, Nam-jin 184 Chung, Sonia 162 Ciccone, Mary 242 Cid, Merry 184 Cimprich, Randy 162 Ciulla, Maribeth 162 Clark, jennifer 162 Clark, Kelly 162 Clark, Stephanie 184 Claybom, Carol 184 Clemens, Christine 206,220 Clement, Debra 228 Clement, Sharon 162 Clement, Sheila 162 Clifford, Bart 162 Clifford, Coleen 184 Clifford, Kendyall 206 Clinton, Roberta 206 Clubb, Kenneth 228 Coates, Leslie 206 Coddington, Alan 162 Coffman, james 228 Cohn, Maryann 206 Cohn, Robert jr. 162 Coker, john 162 Coker, Kelly 228 Colbert , Stephen 184 Colbv.u'n, Deborah 228 Cole, Brian 184 Cole, Diane 228 Cole, john 184 Cole, Katherine 162 Cole, Scott 162 Coleman, Sherri 206 Colla, Peter 184 Colla, Steven 228 Collado, Angel 184 Collier , Collier , Collier , Collins , Collins , Colton , Colton , Paula 228 Robert 162 Vicky 184 jack 206 Suzanne 184 Keith 184 Kevin 206 Colvin, Mark 162 Colyar, Greg 184 Colyar, jeff 228 Combs, Nathan 162 Combs, Ronald 228 Combs, Tamara 184 Compston, Chris 228 Conan-oe, Mark 206 Connor, Lamont 228 Conway, Kevin 184 Conway, Michael 162 Conway, Tim 228 Cook, Cindy 162 Cook, julia 206 Cook, julie 228 Cook, Kenneth 179 Cook, Teresa 184 Cooke, Roger 206 Coons, Charles 228 Coons, Daniel 206 Cooper , Cooper , Cooper , Cooper , Cooper , Deborah 228 Kathleen 184 Kimberly 184 Kyle 184 Rebecca 162 Coons , Laverta 162 . C opelin jackie 220 Copp , Eric 162 Corbett , Corbett , Davsm 184 Ginger 228 Corbin, Pamela 206 Corchinski, Donna 162 Corchinski, Ellen 206 Corditch, Bill 179 Cordova, Fred 228 Corley, Vivian 184 Comell, Lori 162 Comett, Theresa 206 Cosper, joel 163 Costal, Steven 184 Costanzo, Carmela 206 Cot1:erman, Kim 206 Cottew, Mickey 184 Coughlin, Annette 206 Countryman, joel 206 Courcey, Deborah 228 Courcey, Michel 184 Couturier, Richard 206 Cox, Carolyn 184 Cox, Kathy 163 Cox, Marilyn 184 Cox, Tina 206 Cozad, Allison 228 Cozad, Christina 196 Craft, Shirley 228 Craig, james 163 Cramer, Debra 184 Cranton, Allan 163 Craven, Marcia 206 Craven, Mary 184 Crawford, Marty 228 Creel, Mike 184 Creighton, Karla 184 Cresswell, Cheri 163 Cresswell, john 184 Crews, Christine 228 Crews, Linda 206 Crisman, Katharine 206 Croak, jim 184 Croegaert, Charles 185 Croney, Marcy 163 Crooks, Dawn 228 Crooks, Kimberly 185 Cross, Houston 228 Crosser, Diana 206 Crough, Danny 228 Crough, Nancy 179 Crough, Ronald 185 Crowe, Donald 206 Crowe, jim 228 Crum, Robert 206 Cruz, Candelario jr, 228 Cruz, Carolyn 207 Cruz, Margaret 206 Cruz, Rosemary 163 Crytser, Shavm 228 Cuevas, Sandra 185 Cunningham, julie 228 Curtis, Barbara 229 Curtis, Donald 163 Curtis, janae 229 Curtis, jeri 185 D Agostino, joseph 229 Daer, Douglas 207 Dager, Dwight 229 Dahlen, janice 185 Dall, Sheryl 229 Dallas, Galen 229 Dallas, Walter 163 Daly, Ty 163 Damon, Russell 229 Damon, Sarah 185 Daniels, jeffrey 163 Danner, Malinda 185 Darby, Michael 185 Darby, Robert jr, 163 Darrow, Sharon 229 Dassele, Patti 163 Davish, jeff 207 Davidson, Leigha Rae 16 Davis, Anthony 207 Davis, Cathy 207 Davis, Dan 163 Davis, Deena 207 Davis, Denise 179 Davis, julie 229 Davis, Karyn 207 Davis, Kevin 207 Davis, Lisa 185 Davis, Loretta 207 Davis, Michael Davis, Patricia 185 Davis, Raymond 185 Davis, Sonya 185 Davis, William 163 Dawson, jerry 227 3 Dawson, Laura 229 Dawson, Scott 207 De Freze, Denise 229 De La Fuente, Elena 163 De La Torre, joanne 207 De La Torre, Mark 185 De La Torre, Mike 185 De Leon, Eleanor 163 De Leon, Roy 229 De Lisle, Karen 229 De Loera, Alan 185 De Luna, Hildo 185 De Martelaere, Kevin 229 De Shazo, Denise 185 De Somma, Frank 207 Deane, jacqueline 229 Deaton, Ben 229 Bel Muto, Glenn 229 Del Muto, Gwen 229 Delgado, Daniel jr. 185 Delgado, Dorina 207 Deloera, Lisa 242 Demlong, Robert 207 Demlong, William 163 Dendy, Carl 229 Denner, Shawn Denning, Cathy 229 Denning, Theresa 207 Denny, john 207 Denny, Susan 185 Denofsky, Randall 163 Denunzio, joseph 207 Deshazo, Charlene 163 Dhu, jeffrey 185 Dibiase, john 185 Dickover, Charlene 229 Dickover, Kathleen 229 Dickson, Steve 207 Dierks, james 207 Dierks, Lisa 163 Diguida, Mary 179 Dillsworth, Cheryl 207 Dillsworth, Cindy 185 Dillsworth, Danny 229 Dionne, Nannette 207 Disney, Chellie 229 Dixon, Delores 207 Dixon, Lisa 185 Dixon, Tom 207 Dodt, Timothy 229 Doehrman, Linda 163 Doehrman, Ronald 229 Dolyniuk, Cheryl 185 Dolyniuk, jerome 229 Dombach, Melody 185 Dominguez, Allen 207 Dominguez, Annie 229 Dominguez, Irene 229 Dorninguez, john 207 Domzalski, Patrick 185 Donahoo, janet 229 Donald, Linda 185 Donald, Susan 229 Donithan, Robin 207 Dooda, Albert 207 Dopp, Edward 229 Doss, Paula 207 Dotson, james 185 Dougherty, Kimberly 185 Dougherty, Larry 163 Douglas, jerry 185 Douma, Michelle 185 Douzna, Murray 163 Dowty, Daniel 185 Doyle, jesus 163 Doyle, 207 Doyle, Mary 207 Doyle, Patrick 229 Doyle, Walter 229 Doyle, William 111 185 Drane, David 207 Drane, Michelle 163 Drane, Monica 207 Dressel, Edward 229 Drew, Chris 229 Drews, Shane 207 Drinkwater, William 207 Driver, Steve 185 Drye, David 229 Duarte, Richard 229 Duckworth, Lorraine 229 Duff, jana 185,196 Dufner, Patricia 163 Dugan, Brian 207 Duncan, Kandi 207 Duncan, Kellie 163 Dunsing, April 161 Dura, joseph 207 Durazo, Mark 163 Durazo, Robert 229 Durbin, jeffrey 207 Durivage, Michael 229 Dutcher, Holly 229 Dutton, Dora 229 Duval, William 229 Duvall, Leasa 185 Duzy, Allan 185 Duzy, Debbie 207 Dziuk, Lisa 185 Dziuk, Nancy 207 Dziuk, Patricia 207 Earl, Kenneth 163 Earl, Molly 185 Earley, Susan 207 Eary, Wayne 207 Eary, Aub1.u'n 229 Eashidge, Tami 207 Eaton, Dale 185 Eck, Nancy 185 Eckley, Carl 229 Eckley, Donna 163 Ednionson, Melanie 164 Edwards, Brian 229 Edwards, Rebecca 207 Egter Van Wissekerke, Henri 185 Ehrhardt, Thomas 185 Eichom, Connie 164 Eichom, Penny 229 Eidenbock, Lucy 207 Eidenbock, Rudy 164 Eisermann, Dale 185 Ellington, Connie 164 Ellington, Steve 229 Elliot, Teddy 229 Elliott, Barbara 164 Ellison, Yvonne 207 Elwood, Carol 207 Emery, john 229 Emery, john 207 Endsley, Sherri 185 Engel, Timothy 164 England, Kelly 185 England, Mark 179 England, Roger jr, 229 Engle, Rebecca 229 Englert, jon 207 Englert, Kelly 229 Engstrom, Katherine 164 Erickson, Sandra 207 Ervin, Debbie 207 Erwin, Linda 164 Erwin, Lynn 164 Escobar, Bev 207 Escobar, Tony jr. 230 Espinoza, Larry 164 Espinoza, Robert 230 Esquivel, Aima 230 Esquivel, Carlos 230 Esquivel, Patricia 208 Esslinger, Doug 207 Estes, Leslie 208 Estrella, Denisse 208 Estrella, Mark 185 Estrella, Rick 230 Etz, Cathy 185 Eubank, Traci 164 Evans, james 230 Evans, Timothy 208 Ewaniuk, Samuel 164 Fagenbush, Paula 208 Fajkowski, Susan 164 Fallers, Celeste 208 Fallers, Scott 164 Fallgatter, Linda 185 Fallgatter, Lois 230 Falstich, jennifer 241 Falstich, joyce 230 Falstich, Martin lll 185 Falstich, Peggy 185 Faulkner, Sandra 164 Faust, Scott 230 Fenn, Daniel 208 Ferguson, Cary 208 Ferguson, Dale 230 Ferguson, Frederick 185 Ferguson, Gail 230 Ferguson, james 185 Ferguson, Ken 185 Ferguson, Scott 230 Ferraro, janie 230 Ferrick, Wanda 230 Fetcie, Laura 207 Fielding, Debbi Fierros, Albert 230 Fierros, Andrew 186 Fierros, Bernard Fierros, Michael 186 Fierros, Thomas 164 Figueroa, Roberta 186 Figueroa, Tony jr. 186 Filipek, Valerie 208 ik GENERAL INDEX Finch, Mike 208 Finch, Raymond 164 Finn, David 230 Finnerty, Joseph 186 Fischer, Mary 164 Fisher, Sandy 186 Fisher, Sue 230 Fitzpatrick, John 208 Fitzpatrick, Louise Fizz, Barbara 230 Fizz, Beth 186 Fleming, Thomas 164 Fletcher, George 242 Fletcher, lva 208 Flippen, Patrick 230 Flores, Kathryn 208 Flowers, Cathy 186 Flowers, 'Thomas 186 Folweiler, Carole 164 Forbes, Brian 164 Forbes, William 186 Forbush, Shirl 230 Forhan, Mary 186 Forman, Sheila 230 Forman, Stephanie 186 Forman, Susan 230 Forstie, Kurtis 230 Fortenberry, Kim 186 Foster, Cinda 186 Foster, Darrell 230 Foster, Debbie 164 Foster, Kenneth 208 Foster, Lois 230 Fouche, Susan 186 Fox, Charles 186 Fox, David 186 Fox, Elizabeth 164 Fox, James 242 Fraemohs, Jack 164 Fraenkel, Timothy 164 France, Timothy 164 Francies, Karen 186 Francies, Mark 186 Francis, Gary 164 Francis, Janyce 186 Frank, Rick 186 Franklin, Joni 164 Franz, Kerri 230 Franzky, Monika 164 Fraser, Leora 164 Frazier, Daniel 230 Frederickson, George 230 Frederickson, Travis 230 Freeman, Cecil 164 Freeman, Dawn 208 Freeman, Deanna 208 Freeman, John 230 Friou, Robert 208 Frisbee, Rex 164 Frisk, Brad 208 Froid, Denise 220 Frost, Rodney 164 Frye, Laurie 164 Fryman, Mark 164 Fuhrman, Homer Jr. 186 Fuller, Helen 230 Fuller, Travis 230 Fulton, Barbara 230 Funk, Kathy 186 Gadbery, Brian 164 Gadbery, David 208 Gadbery, Michael 230 Gaddis, Randall 208 Gaeraths, Andrew 186 Gahafer, Lisa 186 Gaines, Robert Jr. 186 Gaines, Tina 230 Gall, Bruce 208 Gall, Robert 186 Gallo, Dave 208 Gallo, Janell 208 Gambee, Nancy 208 Gamez, Catherine 208 Gandil, Kristine 230 Gapko, Karen 208 Garcia, Frances 208 Garcia, Jaime 230 Garcia, Jose 208 Garcia, Linda 208 Garcia, Marco 165 Garcia, Maria 230 Garcia, Mary 208 Garcia, Matthew 186 Garcia, Orlando 208 Garcia, Robert 186 Garcia, Ysidro 186 Gardner, Gayla 186 Gardner, Loann 165 Gargus, Julie 186,196 Gamer, Scott 186 Garnish, Lance 230 Garrett, John 165 Garrido, Manuel 165 Garrido, Margaret 208 Garrido, Miguel 165 Garrison, Kevin 165 250 GENERAL INDEX Garry, Brian 230 Garry, Patricia 208 Gasper, Lisa 186 Gavin, William 230 Gaylord, Mitchell 208 Gegenheimer, Carol 230 Gegenheimer, Marianne Gelnett, Donna 186 Gentile, Michael Gentle, Don 230 Gentle, Stephen 165 Geniry, Richard 186 Gerhardt, Cheryl 165 Gerick, Wayne 186 Gese, Eric 165 Gesswein, Maria 208 Gettings, Gary 165 Geyer, Kenneth 230 Geyer, Melanie 186 Gherard, Mira 230 Giardina, Mark 208 Gibbens, Karen 165 Gibbons, Dennis 230 Gibbons, Stacey 208 Gibbons, Tom 230 Gibbons, Virginia 208 Giesie, Barry 165 Giesie, Nornia 231 Giles, Charlotte 231 Giles, Grace 231 Giles, Tomothy 208 Gill, Patrick 231 Gillen, Kim 186 Gillespie, Robert 231 Gillie, Susan 186 Gilliland, Sharon 165 Gillum, Bruce 165 Gillum, Tina 208 Gilmore, Susan 186 Gilmore, Tom 231 Giver, John 231 Glemba, Julie 231 Glenn, Cindy 165 Glenn, Robert Glisan, Duane 208 Glover, Lori 165 Glover, Marci 208 Goff, Jeffrey 186 Goltry, Janine 165 Gomez, Alfonso 165 Gomez, Lisa 179 Gonzales, Eloisa 208 Gonzales, Gilbert Jr. 208 Gonzalez, Anna 231 Goodall, Holly 186 Goodrow, Edward Jr. 165 Goodrow, Henry 208 Goran, Karen 186 Gordin, Julie 208 Gosiger, Pauline 186 Goslin, Lawrence 231 Goyette, Barbara 208 Grace, Annerose 231 Grace, Eddie 231 Graham, Beth 165 Graham, Burman 231 Graham, Frank 209 Graham, Glenn 186 Graham, Heidi 165 Graham, Scott 231 Granillo, Helen 179 Grant, Debbie 231 Grantham, Jill 231 Grapentine, Larry 231 Graves, Thomas 186 Gravely, Gordon 186 Gray, Cynthia 165 Gray, Michelle 165 Greeley, Patricia 231 Green, Byron 231 Green, Kelly 187 Green, Rhonda 165 Green, Ronald 165 Greene, Deborah 231 Greene, Harold 231 Greenwalt, Sherry 187 Greenwood, Kim 231 Greenwood, Tammy 209 Greer, Jack 165 Greer, Marty 187 Greer, Mike 187 Greff, Deborah 165 Greff, Michael 220 Grefferat, Philippe 231 Gregg, James 187 Gregory, James 209 Gregson, Daniel 165 Griego, Theodore 231 Griffin, Benny 165 Griffin, William 187 Griffith, David 209 Griffith, Richard 209 Griffith, Robert 209 Griffith, Terry 165 Gristock, Kelly 209 Grittman, Beverly 187 1 Grittman, Lori 231 Groh, Gary 187 Groh, Lynne 231 Grossenbacher, Cindy 165 Grossenbacher, Terry 231 Groves, Derrick 231 Groves, Matt 209 Grubb, Barry 166 Grzadzieleski, Dianna 166 Grzadzieleski, Shirley 209 Guedesse, Charles 231 Guedesse, Richard 209 Guffey, Suzie 166 Guglielmo, Jim 187 Gilliver, Chris 209 Gummerson, Patricia 209 Gunderson, Linda 209 Gunska, John 187 Gusman, Irma 209 Guthery, Michael 166 Guthery, Richard 209 Gutscher, Earl 166 Gutscher, James 231 Haas, Richard 209 Haas, Roberta 166 Haas, Susan 231 Habeich, Anita 187 Habeich, John 209 Haehn, John 196 Haertel, Deborah 209 Haga, Dave 187 Haga, Jeanne 231 Haga, Jim 166 Hagan, Del 179 Hagan, Rena 231 Haggart, Holly 231 Halal, Ken 166 Hale, Randy 231 Hall, Deanna 209 Hall, Kaaren 187 Hall, Kelly 209 Hall, Kirsten 209 Hall, Shelly 231 Hallada, Brian 231 Hallada, Mike 209 Hallada, Steven 166 Hallagan, Anna 242 Hallock, James 187 Hamilton, Steven 231 Hamilton, Vincent 231 Hammel, Mark 209 Hammerl, Rose 187 Hammonds, Bert 231 Hammonds, Brenda 231 Hammonds, Tanya 166 Haney, Jeanne 166 Haney, Mary 231 Haney, Shirley 209 Hankins, Lisa 187 Hankins, Willie 187 Hanrahan, James 231 Hanrahan, Tom 209 Hansen, Ray 231 Hanshaw, Kathy 231 Hanson, Robert 209 Haralson, Learon 231 Harambasic, Hans 166 Harbison, Carolyn 209 Hardin, Marva 166 Hardison, Andrea 166 Hardy, Doug 187 Hardy, Vickie 166 Hardyman, James 166 Hargrove, Colleen 166 Harker, Jacqueline 209 Harker, Jeff 166 Harker, Melody 187 Harkness, Dawn 231 Harland, Susan 231 Harman, Darrell 187 Harnian, Dennis 231 Hamack, Tim 209 Hamey, Sheila 209 Harrach, Deborah 209 Harrigan, Cathrine 166 Harrigan, Lydia 209 Harrington, James 242 Harrington, Leon 187 Harris, David 179 Harris, Denise 187 Harris, James 209 Harris, Kelly 166 Harris, Lavirdia 231 Harris, Leslie 187 Harris, Liz 231 Harris, Tami 166 Harris, Toni 231 Harris, Claudia 209 Hart, Bret 209 Hart, Chris 242 Hart, Christopher 166 Hartwig, Lori 231 Harvey, Kim 231 Hasenberg, Jon 187 Hasenberg, Mike 187 Haver, Diane 166 Haver, Melissa Havlik, Carla 209 Havlik, Cindy 231 Hayes, David 210 Hayes, James 187 Hayes, Joseph 232 Hayes, Sandra 210 Hayes, Teresa 187 Hayes, Thomas 210 Hays, Camren 210 Haywood, William 210 Head, William 166 Heath, Monya 232 Heath, Sonya 166 Heer, Bruce 167 Heer, Debra 187 Heiland, Marlou 220 Heiland, Marsha 232 Heinrich, Diane 187 Heinz, Dorothy 232 Helein, Judy 187 Helmandollar, Andrew 187 Helmandollar, Carla 210 Helmandollar, Jeffry 167 Heltemes, Maia 187 Helton, Barbara 167 Helvie, Harold 232 Henderson, Audrey 232 Henderson, Claudia 242 Henderson, Robert 187 Henkin, Brett 232 Hennigan, Dawn 232 Henrickson, David 232 Henry, Nancy 187 Henry, Robert 210 Henson, Diana 187 Henson, Jesse Jr. Henze, Kerry 187 Herman, Terrie 210 Hemandez, Alexander 187 Hemandez, Coty 232 Hemandez, James 167 Hemandez, Marie 210 Hernandez, Phillip 232 Hemandez, Rachel 167 Hemandez, Ronald 210 Hemdon, Vicki 232 Herrgesell, Maria 167 Hertzog, Michael 187 Hesterman, Ruthann 210 Hesterman, Scott 167 Heun, Cynthia 232 Hickam, Steven 187 Hicks, Charles 232 Higgins, David 179 Higgins, Mark 210 Higgins, Melody 167 Higgins, Patrick 232 Hilderbrand, Vicki Hiler, Tonya 232 Hill, Robert 187 Hill, Ronald 187 Hillstrom, John 167 Hilton, Karen 232 Hilton, Kay 187 Hilton, Kim 210 Hinch, Thomas 167 Hinderliter, Michael 232 Hindman, Susan 210 Hinson, Deborah 187 Hinson, Lori 210 Hislop, Carol 232 Hleboski, Tamura 167 Hobbs, Christine 232 Hobbs, Jeff 210 Hobert, Becky 172 Hobert, Scott 187 Hodge, Annette 232 Hodge, Bobby 187 Hodges, Becky 232 Hodges, Patty 187 Hoene, James 187 Hoese, Dianna 167 Hoffarth, Matthew 232 Hoffarth, Nancy 210 Hoffarth, Patrick 210 Hogan, Alvin 210 Hogan, Pamela 210 Hogan, Richard 232 Hogan, Tina 232 Hogland, Melissa 210 Holaday, Margaret 167 Holkestad, David 187 Holmes, Mary 232 Holmes, Melinda 187 Holmes, William 210 Holt, Kim 187 Holtzem, David 232 Holzer, David 210 Homer, Michelle 210 Homolka, Becky 232 Homsey, Brian 232 Homsey, Bruce 232 Homsey, Donald Jr. 210 Hood, James 179 Hood, Karen 167 Hood, Robert 167 Hooker, Davin 167 Hoopes, Jonell 167 Hoomeman, Mark 232 Hoorneman, Stacy 187 Hopkins, Dianha 187 Hopkins, Yvette 167 Hoppal, Bruce 187 Hoppal, Gregory 187 Hopple, Scott 210 Hopson, Kelly 232 Hopson, Kevin 187 Horner, Mona 232 Horton, Michelle 232 Hoskins, Carla 187 Hoskins, Edwin 232 Hostetler, Jeffery 167 Houser, Debra 210 Houston, Randy 167 Houston, Steve 232 Hovey, Timothy 210 Howard, Carol 167 Howard, James 232 Howell, Michael 188 Howerton, Sandra Hudson, Angela 188 Hudson, Jacqueline 167 Hudson, Kathy 167 Hudspeth, Paul Huffman, Lois 167 Hughes, Sherri 188 Humble, Linda 167 Humphrey, Scott 167 Humphrey, Sheri 210 Hunt, David 188 Hunt, Jerry 210 Hunt, Leeann 167 Hunt, William 232 Hunter, David 167 Hunter, Steven 167 Hurst, Rhonda 232 Hurst, Robbin 188 cuba.. me-,aw I-Iurtado, Esther 210 Hutchens, Daniel 168 Hutchinson, Michele 232 Hutchison, Pamela 168 Hutchison, Paula 232 Hutchison, Steven 210 Hutson, Alicia 232 Humon, Dwayne 188 Hyland, John 232 Hyland, Rita 168 Ingie, Lisa 242 Ingle, Brian 210 Ingram, John 232 Ingram, Kimberly 210 Inman, William 210 Irvine, Cheryl 232 Isabella, Marianne 188 Ivenz, Lynn 188 Ives, Heather 210 Jackson, Angie 232 Jackson, Gene 196 Jackson, Liz 232 Jackson, Pam 188 Jackson, Peggy 168 Jackson, Thomas 188 Jaco, Jerry 210 Jacobson, James 210 Jacoby, Jerri 232 Jacquemin, Terry 168 Jacques, Shannon 232 Jacques, Tammy 210 James, Candy 210 James, Michael 210 James, Mike 233 James, Sandra 168 James, Tammy 168 Jamison, Christine 233 Jamrozik, Susan 210 Jaycox, Crystal 188 Jean, Lisa 233 Jenkins, Linda 188 Jenkins, Stephen 168 Jesse, Rodney 188 Jimenez, Patricia 168 Jimenez, Rebecca 233 Jimenez, Suzanne 168 Jodat, Brenda 210 Jodat, Jeffrey 188 Johnson, Annalynn 168 Johnson, Bill 233 Johnson, Catherine 188 Johnson, Susan 188 Johnson, Deann 233 Johnson, Doug 210 Jolmson, Eddie 188 Johnson, Jeff 196 Johnson, Julie 188 Johnson, Karen 210 Johnson, Kenneth 210 Johnson, Kimberly 168 Johnson, Kristine 188 Johnson, Laurie 210 Johnson, Maria 168 Johnson, Michael 233 Johnson, Michael 188 Johnson, Patricia 210 Jones, Brent 188 Jones, Charles 168 Jones, Debora 188 Jones, Duane 168 Jones, Glen 188 Jones, Liz 168 Jones, Michael 233 Jones, Richard 188 Jones, Roberta 168 Jones, Timothy 188 Jordan, Anne 233 Jordan, Candy 233 Jordan, Mark 168 Jordan, Robin 188 Jordan, William 168 Jorgensen, Marie 168 Jouett, Dennis 233 Juliano, Michael 233 Junas, Susan 233 Juslin, John 233 Kading, Tamara 188 Kale, David 188 Kallrnan, Teresa 188 Kanitobe, Clayton 188 Karr, Daniel 168 Karraker, Dale 168 Katzenberger, Veronica 233 Kaufman, Barry 168 Kay, Roberta 188 Kay, William 168 Keffer, Tracey 233 Keil, Robert 233 Keister, Robin 233 Keith, Damell 168 Kellar, Lance 233 Kelley, Michael 168 Kelley, Pamela 233 Kelley, Sharon 233 Kelly, Kathy 168 Kelly, Kemberly 233 Kelly, Tom 220 Kemp, Russell 168 Kendzior, Steven 188 Kennedy, John 188 Kennedy, Lou 233 Kennell, Mike 233 Kent, Paul 168 Kent, Robin 188 Kem, Gary 233 Kerr, Linda 188 Kersting, Kerry 188 Kessler, Dusty 168 Kew, Suzanne 168 Keyes, Belinda 233 Keyes, Gary 233 Kidd, Bonnie 220 Kidney, Kele 168 Kieffer, Allen 220 Kilfoyle, Thomas 188 Killeen, Patrice 168 Kinder, Doyle 188 King, Amy 168 King, Corlea 168 King, Debra 233 King, Karrie 168 King, Kathy King, Melissa 233 King, Sandra 188 King, Vicki 233 King, Wayne 169 Kingdom, Russell Kirby, Joseph 169 Kires, Linda 233 Kires, Sharon 179 Kirkinan, Pam 233 Kirkrnan, Rick 169 Kirkpatrick, Alica 169 Kissell, Kandis 169 Kist, Daniel 188 Klein, Bart 233 Klein, Brad 169 Klein, Janet 188 Klein, Peter 169 Kloeber, David 188 Kloeppel, Thomas 233 Klooster, Clifford 188 Klooster, Mike 233 Knauer, Cynthia 188 Knauss, Rebecca 188 Kniffin, Lisa 169 Knowlton, Karen 188 Koch, Kathy 188 Kole, Rick 169 Komadina, Vicki 188 Kopp, Marlene 189 Koressel, Jim 169 Kouts, Susan 233 Kramer, Lawrence 189 Kramer, Lori 189 Kramer, Stephen 189 Kravat, Cari 233 Kreel, Edwardyne 189 Kressman, Kelli 169 Kristensen, Inger 169 Krohn, Mark 233 Kronz, Kevin 233 Krueger, Raymond 189 Krznarich, Tom 189 Kunde, Luanne 189 Kusar, Theresa 169 Kyman, Chet 189 Lacek, Diana 233 Laclcman, Rayna 233 Ladd, Cheryl 242 Ladislao, Egry 169 Laing, Kristi 189 Laird, Carolyn 169 Laird, Mitchell 189 Lamagno, Tanya 233 Lamb, Shelly 169 Lambard, Mark 169 Lambert, Pamela 220 Lamm, Barbara 189 Lamm, Deborah 169 Landerman, Susan 169 Lange, Mary 189 Langford, Clifford 169 Langford, Julie 233 Lanning, Dana 220 LaPlante, Michael 189 LaPointe, Raymond 189 Lappe, Linda 189 Laprell, Richard 189 Lard, Jeri 233 Lamer, Dana 189 Larsen, Barbara 169 Larsen, Terri 233 Lassen, Linda 189 Laurie , John 233 Lawrence, Becky 189 Layton, Trisha 233 Ledbetter, Kim 169 Lee, Cindy 169 Lefler, Glyn 189 Legan, John III 233 Legan, Lorretta 189 Lehman, Brenda 233 Lehman, Perry 189 Lehmkuhl, Mike 233 Leimbach, Niichael 169 Lemme, Steve 233 Leonardo, Barbara Ann 233 Leonardo, Maryann 189 Lessard, Robert 233 Leung, Tony 234 Levario, Lena 234 Levengood, David Lewis, Bonnie 169 Lewis, Cynthia 189 Lewis, James 234 Lewis, Karen 189 Liebler, Cathy 169 Liggetts, Rona 189 Lindebak, Sandra 169 Lindley, Tom 234 Lindsay, Bert 189 Lindsay, Stephany 234 Lindsey, Charles 189 Lindsey, Monica 189 Little, Mark 220 Little, Pamela 189 Loeffler, Beth 234 Lombardo, Angie 234 Lombardo, Michael 189 Long, Kris 169 Long, Lori 234 Loo, Louisa 234 Lopez, Barbara 220 Lopez, Carlos 169 Lopez, Derrick 189 Lopez, Don 169 Lopez, Frank 234 Lopez, Jeff 234 Lopez, Karen 169 Lopez, Patricia 189 Lopez, Roseann 169 Lorditch, Pam 242 Lorditch, Starlett 220 Loring, Eric 189 Loring, Jeffrey 170 Lose, Marc 170 Losey, Douglas 234 Louitt, Darlene 234 Louitt, Marlene 234 Loupee , Cheryl 196, 197 Lovato, Anna 170 Lovato, Eric 234 Lowe, Frank 170 Lucas, Karen 190 Lucero, Billie 234 Lucero, Lisa 234 Lugo, Billy 170 Lukaszkiewicz, Christi 170 Lukaszkiewicz, Donna 234 Luna, Yolanda 221 Lungren, David 234 Lutz, Dennis 190 Lutz, Jolm 234 Lyall, Wayne 234 Lynch, Whitney 219 Lynn, Evelyn 190 Lyon, Valarie 190 Lyons, Bobbi 234 Lyons, Debra 190 Mabry, Donald 170 MacDonald, Scott 212 Madden, Eileen 190 Madden, Joe 234 Madden, John 234 Madison, Marilyn 170 Madorski, Dennis 170 Madrid, Carla 190 Madrid, Mark 212 Magee, Eric 212 Magee, Judith 170 Magee, Mike 234 Maggard, Teresa 212 Magness, Donna 212 Magrath, Michael 170 Magruder, Andrea 234 Mahoney, Bridget 170 Mahoney, Timothy 170 Mahr, Anna 234 Makinson, Denise 212 Makinson, James 190 Maldonado, Eddie Malek, Greg 170 Malin, Linda 190 Malinoski, Lou Ann 212 Malkus, Velma 190 Mallory, Kelly 234 Mallory, Tracy 190 Mandoza, Sherrana 234 Maness, Heidi 234 Manhardt, David 212 Manhardt, Donna 170 Manhardt, Sue 234 Manies, James 212 Manies, Suzanne 170 Manley, Laura 212 Manley, Melissa 170 Mann, Gavin 212 Manning, Joseph 190 Marcantonio, Vito 234 Marcell, Vicki 190 Mardeusz, Irene 170 Mardeusz, Michelle 212 Marin, David 212 Marin, Phillip 170 Marini, Kama 190 Marini, Kimberly 170 Marino, Anthony Jr. Marino, Lori 212 Markosian, John 234 Markosian, Julie 190 Markosian, Nick 170 Marmeno, Rosalie 234 Marple, Fred 212 Marquez, Dina 234 Marquez, Mary 170 Marrese, David 190 Martelle, April 190 Martin, Donnelle 234 Martin, Dorothy 234 Martin, Sharilyn 190 Martin, Travis 170 Martin, Virginia 190 Martindale, David 212 Martindale, Douglas 234 Martindale, Rebecca 170 Martinez, Cynthia 170 Martinez, Mary 190 Martinez, Richard 212 Martinez, Sandra 190 Martinez, Theresa 212 Martinez, Thomas 212 Martyr, Baptist III 170 Mascari, Charles Jr. 234 Mascari, Samuel 190 Masone, Alexander 190 Masone, Vincent 234 Massetto, Mary 212 Massoni, Nlike 196 Masters, Der-ron 234 Masters, John 212 Masters, Julie 190 Matthews, Gregory 212 Matthews, John 212 Matuzek, Teresa 212 Mauzy, Dale 212 Mauzy, Teresa 170 Maxfield, Richard 212 Maxwell, Richard 234 May, Katharine 233 Mays, Connie 190 McBee, Kristena 212 McCabe, Darren 170 McCanlies, Karen 234 -1 as I .. , 5853. sq., ' -fr ., by ut 'Kia K' GENERAL INDEX 251 McCarthy, Brian 212 McCarthy, Susan 234 McCaughey, Jeri 234 McComb, Cathy 190 McConiga, Linda 234 McCor'mac, Tresa 190 McCom1ick, Pan-icia 234 McCoy, Jay 196 McCoy, Jerry 190 McCrary, Shannon 170 McCrea, Robert 234 McCue, Alicia 235 McCue, Michael 235 McCully, Karen 235 McDonald, Brenda 190 McDonald, Brenda 235 McDonough, Christina 190 McDonough, Diane 190 McDougall, James 170 McDowell, Richard 242 McFarland, Steven 212 McFarlane, Robert 170 McGinnis, Steve 179 McGrady, Susan 190 McGrath, David 190 McGredy, Jim 170 McGriff, Melinda 212 Mclntosh, Angela McKenna, Patricia 212 McKennon, Deanna 235 McKissick, Barbara 242 McKnight, Janene 190 McLaughlin, Kevin 212 McLemore, Kimberly 212 McManaway, Marsha 221 McManus, Kevin 179 McMaster, Grant 171 McMurdy, John 235 McNabb, Dawn 235 McNabb, Donald 242 McNeil, Dana 212 McNeil, Eric 190 McNutt, Lesia 212 McPherson, Barbara 190 McQuiston, Joyce 190 McRae, David 212 McRae, Gregory 171 McSorley, Mark 171 McSorley, Timothy 171 McAlister, Mark 212 McCarty, Kevin 212 McCom1ick, Joan 170 McCuin, Victor 190 McCulloch, Michele 170 McDonald, Mike 212 McDonald, Philip 212 McDowell, David 212 McElrath, Ronald 212 McKenna, Gloria 170 McKinstray, Martin 212 McKissick, Susan 171 McNally, Edward 212 Meagher, Donna 235 Mecham, Gregory 190 Medina, Laura 190 Medlock, Sheryl 170 Meeks, Pamela 171 Melvin, Donna 171 Mendes, Jon 190 Mendes, Martin 235 Mendez, Alexander 190 Mendez, Nick 235 Mendoza, Lee 235 Mercado, Ramonita 242 Mercer, Dianna 190 Mercer, Randy 235 Merchant, Courtland 171 Merdzinski, Mary 235 Merkley, Barbara 235 Merkley, David 212 Merrow, Doug 190 Merrow, Jeff 235 Merten, Lauri 171 Mesquita, Debbie 235 Mesquita, Richard Jr. 171 Messer, Martha 212 Meyer, James 212 Meyers, Gina 235 Meyers, Kent 235 Meyers, Melissa 212 Miano, Maryann 213 Mich, John 171 Mich, Thomas 190 Michl, Linda 213 Middleton, Donald Jr. 190 lv1illard, Wesley 213 Miller, Alice 235 Miller, Amy 171 Miller, Cathy 190 Miller, David 235 Miller, David 235 Miller, David 235 Miller, Debbie 191 Miller, Donald 213 Miller, Eric 213 Miller, Jon 235 Miller, Juanita 213 252 GENERAL INDEX Miller, Kathryn 235 Miller, Lori 191 lviiller, Marcia 171 Miller, Ronald 171 Miller, Sandra 213 Miller, Steve 213 Miller, Timothy 213 Mills, Janis 191 Mills, Kimberly 235 Millward, Lisa 235 Milne, Marie 213 Milone, Catherine 191 Minardo, Frank 235 Miner, Karen 213 Miraldi, John 213 Miraldi, Mark 171 Missler, Jill 171 Mitchell, Cathy 171 Mitchell, Tammera 235 Mitten, Kevin 235 Mitten, Michael 213 Moffitt, Richard 191 Mogler, Linda 191 Mohon, Cheryl 235 Monroe, Michael 191 Monroe, Stephen 171 Monroe, Stephen 213 Montoya, Margaret 235 Montoya, Teresa 191 Montoya, Teri 242 Monzingo, Stephanie 191 Monzingo, Timothy 235 Moody, Susan 171 Moore, Bernice 191 Moore, Clinton 235 Moore, Joyce 213 Moore, Kimberly 171 Moore, Mark 235 Moore, Michael 213 Moore, Nancy 191 Moore, Michelle 213 Moore, Scott 191 Moore, Tammy 191 Moore, Tracie 171 Moore, Mike 191 Morales, Adam Jr. 213 Morales, Mayumi 191 Moreno, Christopher 235 Moreno, Dora 235 Moreno, Laura 171 Moreno, Rosie 171 Morgan, Kelly 171 Morgan, Michael 213 Morgan, Monica 235 Morgenthal, Jody 171 Morgenthal, Mindy 235 Morrell, Steven 171 Morris, Terrence Morrow, Quceta 235 Mortimer, Timothy 171 Morton, lain 191 Morton, Jim 191 Morton, Lori 213 Morton, Lynette 191 Mose, Ernest 235 Moser, Cheryl 191 Moser, Heidi 191 Moskop, Bryan 191 Mossburg, Sherry 213 Moulton, Wendi 213 Mounkes, Steven 235 Mullen, Robert 191 Muller, Kelsey 235 Mullin, Teresa 191,196 Mullings, Mike 213 Mullings, Terry 191 Mullins, Brett 235 Mulvihill, Anna 191 Munoz, Oscar 171 Muns, Lisa 235 Murders, Kathy 191 Murdock, Doug 213 Murdock, Susan 171 Murdough, Steven 191 Murphey, Colleen 171 Murphree, Sherri 235 Murphy, Brett 213 Murphy, Lewis 235 Murphy, Mark 191 Murphy, Thomas 213 Munay, Colette 191 Myers, Alicia 171 Myers, John 213 Myers, Timothy 213 Myers, Venus 191 Mykra, Cindy 172 Nahee, Priscilla 172 Nannestad, Kay 213 Nannestad, Lori 172 Nanny, Stephen 235 Napier, Chris 235 Nash, Kelly 235 Nathan, Jackie 191 Nathan, Patti 172 Navradl, Barbara 191 Navradl, Michael 235 Neal, Erin 235 Neary, James 213 Nedbal, Curtis 213 Neeley, Barbara 213 Neeley, Robert 191 Neely, Robbie 172 Negrete, James 172 Neithercutt, Karl 235 Nelson, Earlene 172 Nelson, Julie 213 Nelson, Laddy 172 Nelson, Lisa 191 Nelson, Pam 235 Nelson, Shari 213 Nelson, Terry 213 Nelson, Vicki 172 Nelson, William 235 Neville, Diane 235 Nevins, Julie 172 Newell, Rex 235 Newmeyer, Shauna 236 Nichols, Craig 236 Nicholson, Daniel 191 Nickerson, Tim 191 Nicosia, Joanna 236 Niehuis, David 172 Niehuis, Kim 213 Nielsen, David 236 Nienstedt, George 172 Nienstedt, Hershel 213 Nigohossian, Mona 172 Nixon, Loma 172 Noble, Sharon 236 Noble, Steve 236 Nobles, Evelyn 191 Nobles, Jacquellyn 191 Noel, Belinda 236 Noel, Kelly 213 Noppenberg, Jeffrey 236 Noppenberg, Mark 213 Nordlund, Terry 196 Norfolk, Linda 213 Norftill, Mike 236 Nork, Cindy 236 Nork, Jammie 172 Norris, Allen 236 Norris, Becky 214 Norris, Glenda 236 North, Phillip 172 North, Valerie 214 Norton, Garth 191 Norton, Tracy 214 Novak, John 214 Novak, Paul 214 Nuffer, David 191 Nullman, Mark 214 Nygard, Diane 214 O'Brien, Teresa 214 O'Callaghan, Liz 236 O'Callaghan, Steve 191 O'Connell, Lisa 191 O'Conner, Allen 191 O'Dell, Pauline 236 O'Hara, Todd 236 O'Hara, Tom 214 O'Kelly, Francine 172 O'Neill, Eugene 236 O'Reilly, Kelley 214 O'Callaghan, John 172 Ocampo, Shirley 196 Ocenas, Paul 172 Ochoa, Henry 236 Oesterle, David 191 Oglesby, Anna 236 Ohnleiter, Steven 172 Ohton, Raul 172 Okabayashi, Alan 214 Okabayashi, Diana 191 Oleson, Daniel 214 Oliver, Robert 191 Olsen, Raymond 191 Olsen, Richard 236 Olsen, Roy 242 Olsen, Ted 172 Olsker, Timothy 172 Olvey, Carol 172 Olvey, Lori 191 Orr, Cynthia 191 Orr, Shelley 236 Osbourn, Julie 236 Otten, Thomas 236 Overbey, Charles Overbey, Tina 236 Overfield, Mark 191 Owen, Michael 214 Owens, Glynnis 191 Owens, Greg 191 Owens, Jack Jr. 172 Owens, Jonathan Owens, Liz 236 Owens, Matthew Owens, Myra 172 Owsley, Sandra 214 Pacheco, David 214 Pacheco, Jeff 191 Pacheco, Lynda 191 Palmer, Jeanne 214 Palombo, Steve 191 Panetta, Angela 214 Papst, Victor 172 Paris, Suzy 236 Park, Lawrence 191 Park, Sheri 236 Parker, Michelle 173 Pan-ow, John 236 Parsons, David 214 Passmore, Kelly 214 Patino, Connie 236 Patino, Sondra 214 Patten, Katherine 173 Patterson, Debra 236 Pauley, Kimberlee 236 Pauley, Steve 236 Paulmenn, Karla 173 Paulson, Mike 192 Paulson, Jay 192 Payan, Gloria 242 Payne, Christopher Payne, Darlene 236 Payne, Deborah 236 Peacock, Elizabeth 173 Peapenburg, Mark 192 Peapenburg, Todd 173 Pearce, Mark 192 Pearcy, Mary 214 Pearson, Lynn 173 Pease, Yvette 214 Peck, Byron 192 Peck, Robert 214 Peden, Larry 214 Pelfrey, Cathy 173 Pendergast, Paul 236 Pendrick, Annette 214 Penin, Richard 214 Penrose, Scott 173 Perea, Joe 221 Perea, Lisa 192 Perez, Enrique 236 Perez, Joe 192 Perkins, Donna 214 Perkins, Shirley 236 Pemick, Cynthia 192 Pemick, Lawrence 214 Perry, Cynthia 214 Perry, Marsha 179 Peters, Mark 214 Peterson, Laurie 214 Petkiewicz, Chris 214 Petkiewicz, David 173 Pettett, Debbie 214 Pfaffman, Jeff 242 Pfaffman, Susan 214 Phifer, Deanne 236 Phifer, Kay 192 Phillips, Kevin 236 Phillips, Mary 236 Pickard, Cindy 236 Pickering, Cindy 236 Pickett, Andy 214 Pickett, Richard 192 Pierce, Richard 236 Pieri, Rene 236 Piper, Gina 236 Pippin, Claribel 214 Piske, Kevin 236 Pizzo, John 236 Planu, Ann 173 Platt, Thadius 173 Plouff, Lori 214 Pogue, Sheryl 230,242 Pohl, Raymond 173 Polk, Dawn 214 Polk, Glen 236 Pollack, Greg 192 Pollack, Robin 214 Pollack, Sindy 236 Pollard, Cindy 214 Pomeroy, Mark 214 Poole, Patricia 192 Poorrnan, Edward 192 Poorman, Pam 214 Pope, Sherrie 214 Potter, Shelley 173 Powell, David 214 Powers, Lisa 236 Prater, Joi 214 Preas, Barry 173 Preas, Christopher 237 Presley, Tina 221 Pribble, Laura 173 Price, Ann 192 Price, Diana 192 Price, Jack 192 Price, John 214 Price, Tempest 237 Priddy, Robyn 237 Priddy, Scott 214 Priddy, Shelley 214 Pritchard, Nancy 173,192 Pritchard, Sheila 215 Proffitt, Charles 237 Profzman, Daniel 192 Pust, Birgit 173 Putnam, Christopher 173 Quaid, Lisa 196 Qualtire, Debra 173 Qualtire, Denise Quan, Diane 237 Quan, Geraldine 173 Quay, Elaine 173 Quevedo, Ruth 173 Quill, Pat 215 Quill, Stephen 173 Quintero, Kim 173 Quirk, Patty 173 Radcliff, Michael 236 Radcliff, Theresa Radigan, Terry 192 Raebel, Robin 236 Ramey, Martha 173 Ramey, Patrick 215 Ramirez, Gabe 215 Ramirez, Joann 192 Ramirez, lsela 173 Ramirez, Rudy 237 Ramos, Leonard 237 Ramsey, David 215 Ramsey, Leslie 215 Ramsey, Robert Jr. 215 Randleman, Everett 237 Randleman, Leland 173 Randleman, Tori 192 Rangel, Victor 237 Raper, Dorothy 242 Rasmussen, Dawni 215 Rasmussen, Mary Ann 242 Rasmussen, Robert 192 Rath, Shamm 192 Rathbun, James 237 Rather, Kathryn 173 Rauch, Lisa 237 Rausch, Kelly 192 Rausch, Kim 237 Rausch, Mary 173 Raux, Randy 173 Ray, Joseph 173 Ray, Robert 215 Raybum, Shelly 215 Reader, Teresa 237 Reagan, Brenda 237 Reardon, Anne 215 Reardon, Linda 174 Red, Sherri 237 Reed, Brian 215 Reed, Donald 192 Reed, Kent 215 Reed, Nancy 215 Reeder, Eric 237 Reeder, Teri 221 Reeves, David 174 Reeves, Elizabeth 192 Reger, Scott 215 Reid, Debbie 174 Reid, jilmar 174 Reid, Stacy 215 Reilly, Katherine 237 Reilly, Robert jr. 237 Rench, Bryan 215 Rendon, Michael 192 Rendon, Yolanda 237 Repple, Robert 237 Rettler, Melanie 233 Revell, Tina 237 Reyes, Catherine 174 Reyes, Emilio 215 Reyes, Frances 237 Reynolds, john 174 Reynolds, Kathy 237 Reynolds, Kelly 215 Reynolds, Laurie 174 Reynolds, Lori 215 Reynolds, Martha 215 Reynolds, Mary 174 Reynolds, William 215 Riccitelli, Michael 174 Riccitelli, Marc 215 Riccitelli, Vincent 174 Rice, jay jr. 237 Rich, Michael 215 Rich, Michael 174 Richards, David 174 Richards, DeeDee 237 Richards, Ricky 192 Richards, Scott 237 Richards, Wade 237 Richardson, Larry 215 Richardson, Sam 192 Richie, Charles 215 Richmond, Debra 215 Rickard, Mary 174 Ricketts, Michael 215 Rieckhoff, Thomas 192 Rieger, Barbara 237 Rieger, Carol 215 Riley, Stephen Rinaldi, Allen 237 Ringler, Lori 215 Ritter, Barbara 192 Ritter, Donna 174 Ritter, john 174 Rizo, Edward 192 Rino, Ronald 192 Roach, Kelly 174 Roach, Kimberly 192 Robbins, Steven 215 Robbins, Yvonne 192 Roberts, Brenda 192 Roberts, Herbert 174 Roberts, Kara 174 Roberts, Leslie 215 Robert, Sandra 237 Roberts, Toni 192 Robertson, Edgar 174 Robertson, Frank 192 Robertson, Marie 192 Robison, Ronda 215 Rochette, Debbi 192 Rochette, Denise 237 Rockenfield, Melissa 215 Rodamile, Stephanie 192 Roderick, Sandra 174 Roderick, Tina Roever, Brian 215 Roever, Wes 174 Rogers, Chris 192 Rogers, Cynthia 215 Rogers, jeff 215 Rogers, jimmie 215 Rogers, Kerry 174 Rogers, Mary 174 Rogers, Roxann 192 Roggatz, Gabriele 215 Rojas, Maria 174 Roland, Catherine 215 Rollins, Mike 237 Rolph, Edwin jr. 174 Rolph, George 192 Roman, Donna 237 Roman, Ronald 215 Romero, Nancy 215 Romero, Rick 192 Ronsheim, Alison 237 Root, Misty 237 Roper, Donna 221 Ropp, Marci 215 Ropp, Mark 215 Rorick, Scott 215 Rosales, Ray 215 Rosales, Richard 237 Rosales, Sal 192 Rosamo, Tony 215 Rosell, Robert 215 Rosendahl, Gary 215 Rosner, William 192 Ross, Mathew 192 Rothenbusch, Robin 174 Rouette, Steve 237 Rousay, joseph 215 Rousay, Theresa 192 Rowan, james 215 Rowin, Tom 215 Royer, Kim 215 Rozum, Bill 215 Rudisill, Steven 237 Rudolph, Brenda 237 Rudolph, Cynthia 174 Ruebsamen, Beth 193 Ruebsamen, Richerd 193 Ruiz, Cecilia 242 Ruiz, Rose Ann 237 Ruiz, Yolanda 193 Runyon, Rebecca 193 Rush, Scott 193 Rush, Kevin 174 Russell, Paula 193 Ryan, Barbie 237 Ryan, George 216 Ryan, julie 237 Ryan, Tara 216 Ryser, Shawn 216 Saale, Ann 237 Sadberry, Craig 174 Sadberry, Dennis 216 Saenz, Eileen 237 Sahhar, Carol 193 Sahhar, Nancy 174 Sahhar, Suhail 193 Sain, David 237 Sain, Marianne 193 Salaiz, Teresa 216 Salazar, Henry 237 Salinas, Maggie 237 Salo, Randall 216 Sanchez, Elizabeth 237 Sander, Doyle 237 Sandoval, Arthur jr. 216 Sandoval, Eileen 174 Sandoval, Susan 237 Sandoval, Teresa 193 Sarandos, jean 193 Sarandos, Theresa 216 Sarver, jill 216 Sarver, Mike 243 Saunders, Caryn 174 Saxon, Michael 216 Schaefer, Patricia 237 Schander, Katherine 174 Schanl, Grace 237 Schell, Charma 216 Schieman, Norman,193 Schlesing, Donna 216 Schlesing, Karen 193 Schlieve, DawnMarie 216 Schlieve, Donald 237 Schlieve, Shavsm 243 Schmid, April 216 Schmidt, Cindy 216 Schmidt, Heidi 238 Schmidt, jane 193 Schmidt, Mark 216 Schmitt, Mark 238 Schneider, Karen 193 Schneider, Karla 216 Schofield, Steve 238 Schooley, Elizabeth 238 Schott, john 238 Schramke, jack ll 216 Schuessler, Scott 193 Schutz, Stella 216 Schwaab, David 238 Schwartz, Cynthia 216 SChW3I'11, Linda 238 Schwaru, Lisa 216 Schwartz, Stuart 238 Schwerd, Alan 193 Scott, Drew 174 Scott, james 238 Scott, john 196 Scott, Mary 238 Scott, Melissa 193 Scott, Robert 238 Searcy, Leslie 238 Sears, Richard 174 Sears, Robert 243 Sears, Teresa 193 Secanti, Ann Marie 216 Sedgwick, Toby 193 See, jerry 193 Seebert, Kim 193 Selby, Melanie 238 Sellards, Neil 216 Selvey, Karen 193,196 Selvey, Marion 216 Set, Mitchell 196 Settle, james 216 Settle, Mark 174 Settle , Tim 238 Seyk, jeffrey 193 Shackell, Mary 175 Shackell, Robert 193 Shafer, Chet 216 Shaffer, Delbert 193 Shank, Kelly 238 Shapiro, Linda 221 Shapiro, Sheila 193 Sharp, Martin 238 Sharp, Tom 238 Sharpe, Catherine 193 Sharpe, Deborah 216 Sharpe, Vicki 216 Shaw, Crystal 175 Shelton, Dolas 216 Shelton, Kim 216 Shepard, Paul 238 Shepard, Todd 238 Shephard, William 175 Sheridan, Lisa 238 Sherlock, Deborah 175 Sherwood, Deborah 238 Sherwood, Suzanne 193 Shields, Delaine 193 Shillington, Charles 216 Shinneman, Shaleen 238 Shoemaker, Michael 238 Shoemaker, Richard 216 Shoop, Kenneth 175 Shores, Chris 175 Shoup, Christy Shourds, Cindy 175 Shouxds, Susan 238 Shrum, David 193 Shrum, Merry 243 Shunrway, Mark 193 Sigler, Gabrielle 193 Siken, Brian 193 Simmons, Dawn 216 Simmons, Sharon 216 Simmons, Suzann 216 Sincavage, Donald jr. 216 Single, Renee 175 Sisson, Sandy 238 Sisson, Teresa 193 Sizemore, Barbara 216 Sizemore, jana 238 Skeens, Dreama 216 Slade, Dora 238 Slick, Susan 238 Slinker, Linda 193 Sloan, joan 175 Sloan, Malcolm 238 Sloan, Scott 216 Slobodnjak, Paul 193 Slocum, Bradley 193 Sloekers, Robert 175 Sloekers, Robert 175 Sloekers, Tammy 216 Small, Mary 238 Smalley, Deanna 216 Smalley, Steven 238 Smallidge, Greg 216 Smallidge, Lenore 175 Smith, Cara 238 Smith, Carl 193 Smith, Cheryl 238 Smith, Dale 216 Smith, Dan 175 Srnith, Darlee 216 Smith, Dennis 175 Smith, Doug 216 Smith, Fred 175 Smith, Gregory Smith, jan 193 Smith, john 216 Smith, Kathryn 193 Smith, Kevin 238 Smith, Laurie 238 Smith, Luann 221 Smith, Marcia 175 Smith, Mark 175 Smith, Michael 238 Smith, Michael 175 Smith, Pamela 175 Smith, Randy 193 Smith, Richard 175 ,.., , 'iw Smith, Richard 175 Smith, Robert 216 Smith, Sabre 216 Smith, Sherri 217 Smith, Sue 193 , Smith, Susan 238 Smith, Tarnmie 217 Smith, Terri 217 Smith, Thomas jr. 175 Smith, Toby 217 Smith, Todd 238 Smith, Troy 238 Snider, Brian 238 Snider, Michael 217 Snyder, Debbie 175 Sollazzo, Todd 238 Solomon, Diane 175 Som, Aldo 226 Som, Dary 238 Sommer, Charles 238 Sorrell, Gregg 217 Sorrell, William jr. 175 Sorto, Omar 175 Soto, Catherine 217 Soto, Zoe 193 Soulvie, Daniel 217 Soulvie, jaimie 175 Southard, Matt 194 Southard, Shari Souza, Tammie 194 Sowacke, Diane 238 Sowers, Danny 217 Sowers, Lori 194 Soza, Leticia 238 Spaulding, Gary 175 Spears, Peggy Speer, Cheryl 239 Speer, james 239 Speer, Kelly 175 Spitler, Laura 217 Sporrer, Angela 194 Stafford, Michael 238 Stafford, Scott 194 Staggs, Michael Staggs, Rena 217 Stanke, Cathy 175 Stanke, Sandy 238 Stanley, Karen 239 Stanley, Rhonda 196 Stanton, Donald 217 Stark, Carolyn 217 Stark, Lisa 194 Starkes, jerry 175 Starkey, Lesley 175 Stamer, Richard 217 Staten, Geralyn 239 Staten, Melissa 217 Statzer, Mike 194 Stauer, Tom 217 Steimer, Tracey 239 Steinberg, janet 239 Steiner, Lee 239 Stevens, Alan 217 Stevens, Danean 239 Stevens, Esther 217 Stevens, james 217 Stevens, Kelli 194 GENERAL INDEX Stevens, Lori 239 Stevens, Pamela 175 Steward, Sheryl 194 Stewart, Bridget 217 Stewart, David 217 Stewart, John 194 Stewart, Kathleen 194 Stewart, Mark 194 Stillwell, Patrici 239 Stillwell, Susan 196 Stiner, Robert 217 Stiner, Ronald 194 Stinnett, Rebecca 239 Stively, Michele 217 Stockton, Cheryl 194 Stokes, Paul 176 Stone, Maureen 194 Stonerock, Ray 239 Story, Joni 194 Story, Terina 194 Stout, Pamela 194 Streets, Karen 194 Strem, Michael 217 Stringfellow, Wally 239 Stromberg, Scott 217 Struclcman, Kimberly 239 Stuart, Mark 217 Stuart, Ted 194 Stubblefield, Dixie 239 Stubblefield, Donald 194 Stubbs, Carolyn 217 Stubbs, Lisa 194 Stubbs, Sherri 239 Stull, Charles 194 Sturgill, Paula 239 Sullinger, Charles 217 Sullinger, Dan 194 Sullivan, Christy 176 Sullivan, David 217 Sullivan, Kenneth 239 Sullivan, Sharon 176 Su.man, Mark 176 Suman, Randall 194 Sutphin, Debra 194 Sutphin, Nikki 239 Sutter, Richard 194 Sutter, Theresa 194 Sutton, Carol 176 Sutton, James 194 Swadener, Amy 217 Swadener, Christopher 239 Swadener, Claire 194 Swaim, Bryan 217 Swaim, Connie 194 Swaim, Rebecca 239 Swart, Debbie 217 Swart, Tom 239 Swatloski, Teresa 176 Sword, Jill 239 Sylva, Darlene 176 Szczepaniak, Kathleen 239 Szczepaniak, Mary 217 Sztaba, Rita 217 Tabor, Danny 239 Talley, Don 176 Tally, Terri 176 Tang, Lana 243 Tang, Lela 217 Tang, Robert 194 Tarr, Beverly 217 Tarr, Lynda 176 Tan, Norman 176 Tarr, Timothy 218 Tar-Lian, Keith 239 Tautimer, Lydia 176 Tautimer, Robert 239 Taylor, Angela 218 Taylor, Brenda 176 Taylor, David 176 Taylor, Gregory 239 Taylor, Randall 218 Taylor, Todd 239 Taylor, Todd 194 Taylor, Yvonne 218 Teach, Mary 239 Tease, John Ill 194 Tellez, Diana 194 Temple, Lisa 176 Tenney, Wayne 239 Teraji, Cheryl 239 Terrell, Keith 218 Terry, Erron 179 Terveen, Tracey 194 Tevis, David 194 Tevis, Russell 176 Thacker, Jay 239 Thacker, Mark 176 Theder, Jennifer 194 Theiss, Christi 176 Theiss, Donna 218 Thomas, Joel 194 Thomas, Mary Jo 194 Thomas, Patricia 239 Thomas, Ruth 218 Thomas, Tom Thomas, Tommy 239 254 GENERAL INDEX Thomas, Walter 218 Thompson, Barbara 218 Thompson, Craig 239 Thompson, David 176 Thompson, David 239 Thompson, james 194 Thompson, Jenna 218 Thompson, Laurie 239 Thompson, Ron 176 Thompson, Rusty 218 Thomton, Sherri 239 Thrasher, Leanne 218 Throclcmorton, Douglas 239 Tiraboschi, Ingrid 176 Titus, Bonny 218 Titus, Pauline 239 Tivnan, Steven 239 Todd, Kathy 176 Todd, Michelle 194 Tomlin, Brian 239 Tomlin, Wayne 194 Tonelli, Todd 239 Topolewski, Jacqueline 239 Torseth, Bruce 218 Tovar, Laura 194 Treadway, Tim 176 Treadwell, Brian 239 Treinen, Anna 218 Treinen, Philip 176 Trimble, Rebecca 194 Trinka, Debra 176 Trinka, Mary 239 Trollinger, Cindy 176 Trostle, Rita 218 Trostle, Sharon 239 Troutt, Jay 218 Trujillo, Diane 179 Truman, Gregg 218 Trunick, Lorri 194 Truog, David 176 Tsuda, Toshiaki 176 Tucker, Gary 239 Tucker, Tammy 176 Tucker, Ted 218 Tucker, Tim 194 Tucker, Tom 194 Tuggle, Connie 243 Tulley, Eric 176 Tunstall, Gordon Il 218 Turley, Larry 176 Turley, Rebecca 218 Tumage, Mark 176 Turnage, Tracey 239 Tumer, Alfred 239 Turner, Debbie 239 Tu.mer, Howard Jr, 194 Turner, Shelley 239 Turpin, Patricia 195 Turza, Kenneth 239 Tyrone, Curtis 239 Umland, James 176 Urbanski, Gezelle 221 Urbanski, Henry 195 Urich, Colita 195 Valenti, Lisa 176 Valentino, Brian 218 Valentino, Janice 176 Van Amburgh, Monica 243 Van Boerum, Andrew 215 Van Boerurn, Sandra 240 Van Dyke, Alice 176 Van Hom, Evelyn 240 Van Sandt, Kevin 240 Vanderlinden, Caryl 240 Vandyne, Hollie 218 Vaquera, Audrey 240 Vaquera, Frank 218 Vargas, Antonio 195 Vargas, Nicolas 240 Vargas, Tina 177 Varkoly, Carol 177 Varkoly, Shirley 218 Varkoly, Veronica 240 Vamer, Jan 177 Vasquez, Heriberto 218 Vasquez, Joann 218 Vasquez, Raymond 195 Vaughn, Julie 195 Vaughn, Larry 240 Vaughn, Leslie 240 Vaught, John 240 Vernon, Rodney 177 Vest, David 24-O Vest, Sherri 240 Vick, Brenda 195 Vick, Randy 240 Vielma, Ta y 240 Villasenor, Hoy 218 Villasenor, Oscar 177 Villavicencio, Amador 195 Villavicencio, Vincent 177 Vitez, Edward 177 Vlach, Ronda 240 Voet, Patti 240 Voet, Sherri 195 Vohn, Jeffrey 195 Vohn, Scott 218 Voland, Billie 240 Voland, Toni 218 Wackerbarth, Jan 240 Wagner, Jean 240 Wagner, Kelly 240 Wagner, Lisa 177 Wagner, Marla 218 Wakefield, Cathy 195 Wakefield, Karen 240 Wakefield, Mark 177 Waldschmidt, David 177 Walke, Theresa 218 Walker, Arthor 177 Walker, Devy 195 Walker, Jo 218 Walker, Karie 240 Walker, Linda 218 Walker, Michael 240 Walker, Stephen 218 Walkoff, Debbie 177 Wallace, Carlie 240 Wallace, Lisa 240 Walledom, John 240 Walsh, Nancy 218 Walsh, Sheila 240 Walters, Lisa 177 Walton, Greg 240 Walton, Melinda 177 Walton, Terry 195 Wamego, Gale 177 Ward, John 218 Ward, Pamela 240 Warfield, Karen 177 Warner, Margaret 195 Warner, Patricia 195 Washburn, James 240 Washbum, Jane 195 Wasielewski, Anni 195,196 Wasielewski, Vergie 24-O Wasyl, Cynthia 195 Wasyl, Debbie 218 Waters, Tom 177 Watkins, Brent 177 Watson, Henry 218 Wayman, Robert 218 Wayterra, Joseph 240 Weakley, Terrie 195 Weaver, Teri 195 Weaver, William Jr, 218 Webb, Alan 218 Webb, Dianna 240 Webb, Janet 240 Webb, Louise 218 Webb, Rosie Webb, Sherry Webb, Tina 218 Weber, Cathleen 177 Weber, Robert 195 Webster, David Jr. 177 Webster, Kim 218 Weisz, Deborah 218 Welch, Diana Welch, Robert 218 Weld, Lorretta 195 Weld, Robert 240 Wellington, Karen 177 Wellons, Diana 218 Wells, Greg 195 Wells, James 177 Wells, Jonathon 195 Wells, William 240 Welsh, Mark 240 Wentzel, Melvin 240 Werking, Chris 195 Werking, Kimberly 218 Wesolowski, Kevin Wesolowski, Leslie 219 Wesolowski, Tonya 195,196 West, Jim 177 West, Karol 219 Wester, Eddie 195 Whalley, Luann 177 Wheeler, Brenda 195 Wheeler, Jamie 177 Wheeler, Jeri 219 Wheeler, Nancy 177 Whitaker, Charles 219 Whitaker, Mark 240 Whitaker, Mark 177 Whitaker, Tammy 195 White, Ann 195 White, Bobbi 219 White, Charles 240 White, Delbert 195 White, James 195 White, Karen 195 White, Kathleen 177 White, Roger 240 White, Suzan 24-O Whitehead, Nancy 240 Wicker, Cindy 177 Wieters, Mickey 177 Wilbourn, Deborah 240 Wilcox, Beth 196 Wilcox, Jeff 177 Wilczek, Terri 243 Wilde, Diana 219 Wiley, Karen 219 Wilkerson, Cheryl 219 Wilkie, James 240 Wilkins, Barry 24-O Wilkins, David 219 Wilkins, Michael 177,196 Wilkinshanti, Lee 240 Willet, Michael 219 Williams, Gertrude 240 Williams, Marcy 196 Williams, Mark 196 Williams, Robin 219 Williams, Roger 241 Williams, Tamarah 241 Williams, Tom 241 Willis, Mary 241 Willis, Randall 240 Willis, Stacy 196 Wilson, Alan 178 Wilson, Dwynda 219 Wilson, Jacque 196 Wilson, Jill 178 Wilson, John 196 Wilson, Kristin 241 Wilson, Matthew 219 Wilson, Shannon 178 Wilson, Thomas 219 Wilson, Walter ll 196 Wirth, John 196 Wirth, William 219 Witt, Ardith 219 Witt, Charley 196 Witt, William 196 Witter, Andy 219 Wolf, Beverly 178 Wolf, Greg 241 Wolf, Jeff 219 Wolf, Norman 241 Wong, Bobby 219 Wong, Harry 196 Wood, Daniel 196 Wood, Mark 241 Woodruff, Debbie 219 Woody, Melvin 178 Woody, Rita 196 Workman, Lee 219 Wray, Gina 219 Wray, Yvonne 196 Wright, Berri 196 Wright, Carrie 241 Wright, Cindy 241 Wright, Dwayne 241 Wright, Gladys 241 Wright, Lenora 178 Wright, Linda 241 Wright, Peggy 196 Wright, Stephanie 219 Wright, Susan 178 Wyatt, Carol 178 Wyatt, Scott 241 Wycoff, Kym 196 Wyman, Diane 243 Wynes, Ray 178 Wynn, Anthony 219 Wynn, Melissa 196 Ybanez, Diane 196 Ybanez, Henry 196 Ybanez, Robert 241 Yee, Marshall 219 Yenkala, Joanne 196 Yocky, David 219 Yocky, Kathryn 178 Yoder, Charles 241 York, Jeffery 197 Young, Carol 197 Yotmg, Charles 241 Young, David 219 Young, James Young, Jima 241 Yonmg, John 197 Young, Linda 241 Young, Tim 241 Youvella, Pauline 219 Zagorski, Alan 221 Zagorski, Gayle 178 Zavala, Gabriel 178 Zavala, Gina 197 Zeigler, Steve 219 Zeller, Earl 197 Zestrijan, Livius 197 Zestrijan, Minodora 219 Zetterlof, Annette 178 Zetterlof, Lisa 197 Ziegler, Suzzane 178 Zien, Chris1:ine 241 Zien, Mae 219 Zimmerman, Cole 219 Zimmennan, Lynn 241 Zwillick, Sheryl 241 Zwugerman, Car-rie 221 UTS' t...,,. The most fulfilling part of my Senior year was being the yearbook editor. I learned from experience that it is difficult to create a quality book but with the help of certain people, it can be done. I would like to express personal appreciation to our American Year- book representative, Mr. Chuck Bursell, for pulling us through our deadlines and offerring help when- ever it was needed. Mrs. Poynter in the bookstore deserves my thanks for keeping track of our records this year. Iwould also like to thank Fran Smith for taking individual and Homecoming pictures, Ron Christo- pher, Dan Zudell, Tom Sweet, and the Scimitar staff for needed pic- tures. My appreciation is extended to Mrs. Billing for her ideas and approvals of yearbook activities. I would like to give special thanks to Mr. Goss and Mr. Koerner, for their understanding when I was late or absent due to the yearbook. To Mr. Cunningham: I know this year has been rough but you managed to pull us through. Not many people have the patience and strength to put together a yearbook, but you are always willing to devote your time and help. There arenlt words to ex- press the gratitude of the staff. Thank you. New To the FORTRESS staff: All of you deserve recognition for your hard work and time. Thanks to our photographers, Randy, Kevin, and Brian, this yearbook covers the 1977-1978 school year from beginning to end. I hope the students will ap- preciate the work done by everyone on the staff. Special thanks go to Angie, Kim, and Christie for doing an excellent job of their sections for putting in extra time, and taking on more responsibilities than were re- quired of them. I hope that you, the student, will find the work and care that went into this book worth it, and in the years to come, you M34 F. N . ,C My can open it and bring back to life the hopes, joys, and dreams of 1978. Editor-in-Chief Linda Humble ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS 255 :gg535.. g.gssv..1fssg..2 a n .. .,,. 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