American Fork High School - American Yearbook (American Fork, UT)
- Class of 1971
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This year as we registered we were met by many
faces. Students, teachers, administrators, cooks,
and bus drivers all were present in abundance. Some
of these people were familiar, others unknown. Some
were filled with anxiety over the coming year, others
with confidence. We reacquainted ourselves with
old friends, made new ones and remembered those
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As the year progressed we saw our friends in
widely varied attire. The tall furry hats of the band
contrasted with the hard smooth hats of the football
players. The girls had hair down to their waists or
neatly cropped in a shag. The boys' attire ranged
from levis and a T-shirt to a wild tuni tie.
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fashions of our year, the faces told the story. No
fashions or hairstyles can express the joy of
beating Orem nor can they tell the sorrow of
graduation. They can't express anticipation of a
coming dance nor can they show that feeling for
a special person. Only faces can tell our story of
our school and its kaleidoscope of faces.
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We're from A. F. And we couldn't be
prouder. Our studentlpocly fportrayed the
enthusiasrnand spirit ,felt throughout the
season. We participated in various activities
and our emotions were expressed by cheer-
ing, crying and yelling?
We're from A. F. land we couldn't be
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ln late August the school swarmed with 855
students, 286 Sophomores, 283 Iuniors, and 266
Seniors. These first days were marked with the usual
activities, registration, renewing old acquaintances
and the like. Dissatisfied students flooded the coun-
selors with requests for transfers to different classes.
We held home room elections, which formed our
student council. For the first year vending machines,
and all their implications, were introduced. We
stuffed our stomachs with candy and our minds with
knowledge. We were determined to have a great year.
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The Dons tried but they couldn't stop the rushing, blocking and passing of the mighty Cavemen.
The lunchroom was decorated in spanish decor to set the mood
for the day of the game. Also, they served tacos so we could "eat
The Sophomores produced one of the more witty and original floats The football players kept their minds on the game while the rest
for the parade through town to the pep rally. of us cheered and screamed.
Queen Karie and her attendants appeared during half time activities.
Homecoming was climaxed by
the game. Only those attending
can imagine the thrill, excitement
and suspense of this game. Our
hopes for State were high and we
grew more confident as the game
The game ended and we were
ecstatic at the win. Yet, we were
a little sadp this was the end of
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Homecoming '70 was a big
success with many activities, in-
cluding: Carnival fliissing Boothl,
Parade, Pep Rally, and a Bonfire.
Then on Friday we had our as-
sembly, immediately followed
by the game when victory
"DONNED" on us. lfVe concluded
our homecoming as we danced
to the music of the Gents.
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The Pep Assemblies were really on the move.
They spirited the studentbody and the team into
a high peak of enthusiasm.
The cheerleaders, whose task it was to plan
these assemblies did a fantastic job. Not only were
these assemblies interesting but they got the entire
The spirit was kept high this year by the tem-
perature gauge during football season and by climb-
ing the ladder to State during basketball.
The team was shown by these assemblies how
solidly the studentbody was behind them.
Glenda, like the other five cheerleaders, jumped and
kicked to urge the studentbody to greater school spirit. l
Mr. Pehrson was just one of the many ex-
cellent pep speakers we had during the year.
Even the teachers got into the act. A group of teachers, led by our
famous Mark Farrer f3rd from rightl got the studentbody involved by
leading fhe famous Yell' Hey' Loman Our Aspirit temperature was continually being read by the giant
The Pep Club supplied not only yell power,
but they performed many original and cute
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"Little Mary Sunshine" fMary Pottsl .... Kate Carroll
Capt. "Big lim" Warington .........
Cpl. "Billy" Jester
Nancy Twinkle. .
Fleet Foot .......
. Ryan Spafford
. . . . . . . . Iill Robinson
. Larry Kasper
Chief Brown Bear .... . . .
. . .... Linda Gauger
Tom ....... Bobbie Brooks
Hank . . . . . Bruce Block
Buster . . . Merrill Smith
Pete .... ......... R oy Iensen
Tex . . . .... Robert Kirkpatrick
Slim ...... .......... R andy Blackburn
Others ......... ................ B rad Collins
Dan Bishop, Stan Wiscombe
Gwendolyn. . .
. . . Laurie Depew
. . . . Nallene Read
. . .... Linda Hall
. . . . . . . . Nora Kay Thornton
. . . . Iill Smith, Barbara Grindstaff
Cheryl Nielson, lane Davis
Roylen sang while the rangers marched.
Many hours ot work were put in to make the setting the best.
Make-up does wonders tor Doug.
The musical was really great this
year. "Little Mary Sunshine" opens
as a group of rangers led by Big lim
hunts for the deadly Indian, Yellow
Feather. Mary Potts, the heroine,
is a blood relation to this same
Yellow Feather. Romance, chills,
and laughs were in store for the
remainder of the play.
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H. C. Curry .............. Roy Iensen
Noah Curry .... .... L arry Kasper
lim Curry ........ . . . Merrill Smith
Lizzie Curry fFrij ........ Ianell Barker
Lizzie Curry fSatl ........ Iill Robinson
File .................. Ryan Spafford
Sheriff Thomas ..... Robert Kirkpatrick
Bill Starbuck . . . .... Roylen Griffin
The school play was a huge success. "The Rain-
makerf' by N. Richard Nash is a play that states, "you
are what you think you are." When the Rainmaker
comes to the Curry home, all are a bit skeptical.
Gradually, he convinces everyone that he really is a
rainmaker not just a con man and that if you believe
in something it really can happen.
The play was enjoyed by all and was performed
Santa, alias Sherlin Man- ,
ning, tries to find the spirit
The school year started off with the Hello Assembly.
Then, the alumni participated with the students in the Home-
coming Assembly which has been tradition at A. F. High.
October brought the Halloween Assembly. A favorite act
was the wild tour-de-force in ghoulism with Dalyn Green-
wood as Pangin, lared Cornell as Bill Claude, and Horace,
the school's biology skeleton, was the special guest star. The
Christmas Assembly featured Santa who paid the High School
a special visit to find the real meaning of Christmas. Enter-
taining on the Patriotic Assembly were the radio show,
featuring the news, weather, movie stars, photographers,
Aunt lemima, Lemmon sisters, and a choral group, and the
pie on Abraham Lincoln's face, not to mention the mess on
the curtain. Tryouts were held, and the traveling assembly
went to Payson, much to the pleasure of the Payson student-
body, and we were entertained by the Payson students.
Sharon Foulger presented a dramatic dance routine during
the Homecoming Assembly.
Gwen lohnson, Colleen McTague,
and Cheryl Chestnut gave up
summer pleasures with the return
Six Christmas dolls sang for the Christmas Assembly.
Cheryl Nielson and Garth Anderson dance after Carbon victory.
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First row, left to riglif: Arlene Smith, Linda Gauger, Ian Holmstead, Cheryl Nielson, l.eeAnn Depew, Lorena Pratt, Pam l,amoreaux, Angie Good-
litte, Vickie Beighley, Glenda Greenwood, Patsy Mecham, Bobbie Io Burns, Vickie Warenski, Pamela Durrant. Serorm' row: Brent Shelby, Brad Col-
lins, Kirk McDaniel, Kendall Adamson, Bob Kirkpatrick, Steven lorgensen, lerry Varney, lohn Heiner, Don Brown, Mark Karren, Mark Walker, lann
Vasey, Dennis Hall, Ronald Thomton, Randy Ferguson,
HOT' CO-CHAIRMEN: lerry Varney and Shannon Savage.
On November 25, 1970, the Senior Hop was held.
Since this was the senior's last dance the class went all
out to make it the biggest dance of the year.
Starting the day was the assembly where a shy
librarian finally admits that she has a "Secret Love."
Finally the dance started and all the work was ended.
The decorations, based upon a Spanish style setting,
were in red, white, and black. The Seniors performed
the Hopenade to the haunting strains of the theme song,
"Secret Love." The Senior Hop was a dance that would
always be remembered by all who attended.
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Chairmen and committee heads for the Pep Club Formal- Center: Pam Durrant. Back row, left to right: Nancy Burch, Connie Sorensen Wendy
Duncan, Denise Allridge, Rebecca Smith, Kristine Anderson, and loye Gaye Hadlock.
"The Pep Club Formal was beautifull"
This exclamation was heard from all who
went. The theme and song, sung by the
Cavettes during the floor show, was "l Have
Dreamed." The decorations were particularly
striking and fit in well with the mood of the
evening. The ceiling, done with napkins,
gave the dance a dream-like appearance.
The mural was a beautiful river scene, and
the colors of gold and green set off the mural
and the dance beautifully. The chairman for
the dance was Pam Durrant. The committee
heads in charge of the pictures, mural, band,
and the decorations on the walls and ceil-
ing, were Nancy Burch, Connie Sorensen,
Wendy Duncan, Denise Allriclge, Rebecca
Smith, Kristine Anderson, and loye Gaye
Hadlock. The dance was held December 12.
Entrance to the dance announced the theme of the formal
The ceiling of napkins enhanced thc dreamalike atmosphere.
This-Xyear, the Cavettes and the girls
of American Fork High chose three out-
standing young men as the most prefer-
red. Chosen for their friendliness and
character were Max Ditlevsen, seniorg
Kerry Christensen, junior, and Mark
Sykes, sophomore. Also, it was most
fitting to choose Bruce Bean as the most
admired for the fine character he has
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THEME SINCERS-Bark row, left to right: Stan Wiscombe, Kent Warnick, Gary Cray, Craig Broadbent, Steven Dean, Billy Allen, Ken Ras-
mussen, Kerry Christensen, Bob Baldwin, David Durfey, Brook Richan, George Frandsen. Front row: loye Gaye Hadlock, lanet Parker, Martha
Robinson, Laralee Beck, Lori Peterson, Iolene Durrant, Colleen McTague, Annette Miller, Linda Walker, Ianet Coodsell, Rebecca Smith, Anne
Richards, Iullee Matthews, Denise Allridge, Sandra Tolman.
April 2nd was a day to remember,
for it was the Junior Prom. The
colors consisted of purple, pink and
silver, which made some elaborate
decorations. The assembly was
written and directed by Colleen
McTague. It was one of our best
The dance started at 8:30 and
ended at 11:30. The theme of the
Junior Prom was Thee I Love. The
advisors who helped and assisted
were as follows: Stan Reid, Sandra
Ferrin, Brenda Bensch, Venda Castle-
berry, Tom Crittenden, Annette
Glenn, Gene Ingersoll, Evan Nel-
son, Moyle Parker. The lunior Prom
was a never to be forgotten affair.
PROMENADE CO-CHAIRMEN: Linda Walker
and Vard Pulley.
PROM CO-CHAIRMEN: Colleen Hanson and
Saphvmvre Slide Huge Success
Friday, March 19th was the night of all nights for the
class of '73. It was the evening of the Sophomore Slide.
That night, the girls' gym was transformed into a
wonderland of pink and red with the theme of "Hello,
It's Me." The co-chairmen for the dance were Miriam
Nash and Sandy Nicholes, the advisors were Ferril Soren-
son, Theda Holindrake, Davis Knight, Don Mower, Mark
Farrer, Roy Pehrson, Jay Allen, I. Von Bennett, and Wanda
Iorgenson. The Slide Assembly was written by Roanna
Roundy, Sophomore Program Chairman.
SOPHOMORE SLIDE CO-CHAIR
MEN: Miriam Nash and Sandy
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The FFA Royalty was chosen in March by the
FFA Club. Seven girls were in competition where they
each baked a cake and performed a talent number. The
club officers then chose the royaltyg Arlene, RaNae and
Colleen. These girls then entered the state competition
where they represented the American Fork FFA Chapter.
Here they modeled a dress and Arlene Smith took
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Our high school was filled with the
wonderful world of sports. During the year
our school participated in many different
areas: football, basketball, baseball, track
and field. These sports let us release all of
our excess energy and cheer. Also, from
these competitions between schools, we
learned school pride. We learned to hold
our head up high in the face of defeat and
how to be good winners, too.
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Front row, left to right: Ray Maxwell, Martell Gray, Mike Ritcha, Randy Ferguson, Mark Hegerhorst, David Durfey, Gilbert Anderson, Doug Wilson
Stan Wiscombe, Mark Walker, Craig Broadbent. Back' row: Gaylen Veater, David Olsen, Kirk Magleby, Kirk McDaniel, lohn Sagers, Allen Alex
ander, Doug Richards, Calvin Wimmer, Gary Cray, Dave Spainhower.
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CUACHES-Left IO right: Carl Ingersoll, Thomas Crit
tenden, and Davis Knight. CO-CAPTAINS: Ray Codding
ton, and Louis Strasburg.
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Front row, left to right: Bruce Bowen, Paul Kitchen, Louis Strasburg, Ray Coddington, Mickey Rogers, Blake Buhler, Vard Pulley, Dean Sabey
Monte Conder, Adrian Alldredge. Back row: Blair Baker, Bob Baldwin, Glen Crawford, Gary Watkins, Kim Fox, Richard Greenwood, Steven Dean
Bill Allen, Michael Shelley, Dale Chidester, Dennis Parker.
At the first of the year, A. F. Cave-
men weren't even ranked in the papers.
At the end of the season, A. F. had six
wins and two losses. The Cavemen beat
Lehi, then Orem in shutout games, and
Mr. Farrer ate his six year old cupcake.
The Cavemen lost a real heart breaker
to Payson which knocked them from first
to third place in the region.
"Seldom do you see such a fine team
as A. F. sitting on the sidelines when
state tournament competition rolls
around. The Cavemen truly had a fine
football club," Joe Watts commented.
Next year, the Cavemen won't sit on the
sidelines, they'll take state!
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Row one, bottom, left to right: Randy Barratt, Gary Philli s, lack Young, David Lewis, Alan Coojaer, Crai Wing, Mark Fowler,
Eddie Howell, Max Strasburg, Paul Sagers, Coach Mower. Row two: Coach Kitchen, Roy Greenlan , Hylee Evans, Steve Rushton,
lim Dean, Kenny Shortt, Gavin Christen, Tom Karren, Sandy Nicholes, Paul Brady, Craig Adams, Mark Crawford, Ted Davis, Wes
ley Whitby. Row three: Robbie Robinson, Sherlin Manning, Mark Hales, Cody Fraughton, Chris Nicholes, lay Murdock, Kent Levin,
Robbie Strasburg, Steven Iverson, Tim Hall, lon Varney, Kevin Bullock.
Fork ...... 50
Fork ...... 25
Fork ...... 27
Fork ...... 44
Fork ...... 47
Fork ...... 39
Fork ...... 46
Fork ...... 50
Spanish Fork ....
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TEAM MEMBERS-Row one, left to right: Ferril Sorenson, manager: Ierry Varney, Blake Buhler, Michael Shelley, Bruce Bowen, David Durfey,
David Spainhower, Stan Wiscombe. Row two: left Webster, Glen Matthews, Randy Mott, Bill Allen, Don Brown, Steven Dean, Vard Pulley. Row
three: Coaches, Thomas Crittenden, Carl Ingersoll, Robert Eckles.
Fork .... 56 Mrlrray , ,
Fork .... 68 Clearfield.
Fork .... 50 Bingham .
Fork .... 58 Davis ....
Fork .... 74 Iudge ....
Fork .... 55 N Roy . . .
Fork ..., 52 Viewmont
Fork .... 68 'Highland .
Fork .... 55 Weber .... ....
Fork .... 61 Viewmont . . . . . . .
The basketball team took honors this year. Mr. Inger-
soll, his tirst year as the basketball coach, led the team
into state competition. The team and the school chuckles
about the Spanish Fork Game, where the game was stopped
for about ten minutes to look for a lost contact lens: and
at the State Tournament, everyone remembers the big
technical Bruce Bowen got on him. But the play the school
will always remember best, was the long shot Steven Dean
made at half-court to tie the A.F.-Orem basketball game
in a close chiller. After all that work, it's a shame we
weren't able to beat those Tigers! We are proud ot our
coach and the team for their hard work and honors they
have brought to our schoolg and we are looking forward
to another great year in '72.
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. n row, el 0 rig t' im Hall, Allan Cooper, Randy Barratt, lon Vamey
Max Strasburg, Mark Hales, LaMar Carroll. Second row: Sherlin Manning, Tom Karren, Barry Durrant, lim Dean
Craig Wing, Gary Doyle, Stan Wiscombe, manager. Buck row: Vard Pulley, Randy Mott, left Webster, David Spain
hower, Mi e Shelley, Bob Eqkleg, coach.
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Front row: Iames Dean, Alan Cooper, Ion Vamey, Randy Barratt, LaMar Carroll, Tom Karren, Thomas Crittenden, coach. Back
row: Sherlin Manning, Craig Wing, Max Strasburg, Tim Hall, Mark Hales, Barry Durrant, Gary Doyle.
Top: The donkeys walk out on the floor. Left: Are you a transfer student?
Ride 'em cowboy. Come on Bell.
Teachers and students mounted their trusty donkeys to match wits, strength, and determination in a nip and
tuck battle. The donkeys came out on top, then the faculty with 30 points, and last but not least the students with a
close 28 points. The members of the faculty team were: Carl Ingersoll, Mark Farrer, Bob Eckles, Davis Knight, Paul
Kitchen, Robert Gappmayer, Jay Allen, and Marvin Gardner. The student team was: Max Ditlevsen, Brent Shelby, Gil-
bert Anderson, Allen Alexander, Bryan Miller, Ray Coddington, Doug Richards, lim Bills, Gary Watkins, and Dave Olsen.
Front row left to right Dale Chedister David Olson, Paul Kitchen, Martell Gray, Neil Cook, Lonny Lundin, Roger Bennett, Mike Kanno, Monte
Conder Dennis Cook Dennis Reimschiissel Coach Gappmayer. Row two: Richard Greenwood, Ray Coddington, Cody Fraughton, Steven Ault,
Craig Broadbent Mark Hegerhorst David Griffiths, Steven Iverson, Robbie Strasburg, Craig Shields, David Grindstaff, David Lewis, Hylee Evans.
Row three Herman Dixon Glen Crawford Bemell Taylor, Sandy Nichols, Kendall Strong, Mark Crawford, Kim Fox, Paul Sagers, Kenneth Short,
Floyd Griffiths, Paul Brady, Wesley Whitby.
Coach Gappmayer along with the
two senior co-captains, Mike Kanno and
Louis Strasburg, led the team in this sea-
son's competition. They represented our
school well in region four. Those who
wrestled in the state meet were Monte
Conder and David Olson.
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Row one, left to right: Roy Pehrson, Monte Conder, Bob Baldwin, Allan Cooper, Sherlin Manning, Tim Hall, Craig Wing, Max
Hales, Kim Fox. Row two: Ferril Sorenson, Blair Baker, Ierry Vamey, Cary Gray, Randy Mott, Blake Buhler, Gary Watkins,
Bryan Miller, Dennis Parker, Allen Alexander, and Sandy Nicholes.
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The Golf team, under the direction of Paul Kitchen were, row one: Kent Johnson, Brad Robinson, David Iensen, David Briggs, Michell Thompson
Row two: I. T. Thompson, Kerry Christensen, Ron Harvey, Mark Karren, Brent Halstrom.
Row one, left to right: Adrian Alldredge, Stan Wiscombe, Ray Coddington, Doug Wilson, Mickey Rogers, Kirk McDaniel, Mike Kanno, HyLec
Evans. Row two: Dennis Reimschiissel, Mack Faddis, Bobby Anderson, Richard Greenland, Roger Bennett, Dean Sabey, Glen Crawford, Eddie
Howell, Scot Brady. Row three: Vard Pulley, Kenneth Rasmussen, Mark Fowler, Gaven Christen, lohn Sagers, Gilbert Baxter, Daniel Bradshaw,
David Andrews, Roy Greenland. Row four: Howard Healey, Alan Pulley, Dane Spencer, Paul Sagers, Craig Shields, Mike Ritcha, Craig Chesnut,
jeff Webster, Don Bahr. Row five: Coach Mark Farrer, Mark Sykes, Bobby Strasburg, Cody Fraughton, David Lewis, Kennith Short, Mark Craw-
ford, Steve Iverson, Coach MacNiel Ogden.
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Craig Chesnut swam for American Fork under the
direction of Mark Farrer, his coach. He did very well
in the swimming meets against tough competition.
At Murray, he was edged out by another swimmer
to take in the 200 meters freestyle. At Cottonwood,
he took first in the 50 yard freestyle and the 100 yard
TENNIS TEAM-Left to right: Bill Allen, Steve Dean, Paul Terry, Curt Howes, LaMar Carroll, Ion Vamey, Craig King, Bob Eckles, coach.
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Organizations, although not directly connected
with the six hour school day, have a very important
part in the school. It is in these clubs that all the
activities really take place. Parties, initiations,
banquets, midnight decorating detail at an athlete's
house are all part of club life.
First row, left to riglit: lanell Barker, Sherie liurninghani, Cindy Ferguson, Kathleen Wagstaff, lane Shelley. Secoml row: Kristine
Walker, Barbara Grindstatf, lennie Beal. Tliiril row: Merrill Smith, Brenda Bensch, advisor, Kerry Buckner, Doug Wilson, Colleen
McTague, Brad Collins Roylen Griffin, loyce Larsen, Daniel Bishop, Dixie Magleby.
The Drama Club was Very active this year. During Home-
coming they had a booth selling ties. This group also put on several
programs for the English classes comprised of readings. Many
from this group were in the musical, the school play and the one
First row, left to riglit: Christine Shelley, I.aNan Pulley, lill Robinson, Lorry Myrup, Patricia Sykes, Debbie Gunther, lanet Thomas
Marlene Bair. Second row: Iill Gordon, Mardene Millward, Pam Edwards, Ianice Greenland, Trudy Marcon, Sandra Sumsion, Lee-
Ann Depew, Susan Terry.
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Wilton Manning Carl Harper, llrent Shelby, Craig King, Steve l'owler, Mark Karren, George Frandsen, Daxid Spainhowcr Mike
Shelley lohn Heimr Curt Howes, Bob lialdwin, Kristine Anderson, Davis Knight, advisor.
first rot It ft to right Kim Grant, Sandy Nicholes, lay l.. Beck, Mike Ritcha, Cary Chrlstenstn, Scott Ducraux Stroud rou Mar
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The Debate Club was top rate this year and the record shows
it. This group traveled all over the state and captured several titles
The debates this year were on the subject of pollution. All the
debates were based on this, but the students won or lost the match
by the manner in which they presented their case. So along with
gaining knowledge they exercised their speaking skills.
First row left to riglit lim Huggard, Bernell Taylor, lay Rhodes, Alan Spencer, Dane Spencer, loan DeYoung, lolcm Durrwnt Dtnisc
Allridge Charlette Spencer, Linda Cauger, Shannon Savage, Cwenn lohnson,GiniC1oodsell. Third row: Mr. Chrdmr student tmchtr
Paul Terry D R Gardner, Cathy King, Colleen McTague, Colleen Hansen, Meri Lu Preston, Kirk Magleby, lohn I ambcrt lam Tay
lor Maury Miller Blakc Buhler, lared Cornell.
Kneeling, left to right: Lorry Myrup, Gail Brierly, Greg Hampton, Alan Spencer, lay Rhodes, Gayle Bishop. Second row: Stanford Reid
advisory Christine Shelley, Connie Lewis, Pam Holindrake, Laurie Wood, Moma Larson, lan Turner, Lena Greymountain, Annettt Terry
This year the Spanish Club was involved in
many activities which added extra enjoyment to
everyday school life.
The opening social in September was con-
ducted by the students who went to Mexico during
the summer. They showed films of themselves in
Mexico and told the many new experiences they
The club prepared a Mexican Dinner of Tacos,
Enchiladas, and a beverage for their activity in
The American Fork High School Indian stu-
dents presented an Indian Culture Night in which
they displayed many everyday objects which
showed the native sense of art.
At Christmas time, they enjoyed a social
where games, refreshments, and White Elephant
gifts were enjoyed.
The January and February meetings were
combined into a festive evening at the El Azteca
where they were joined by the Richfield l-ligh
Spanish Club. They were entertained by a live
Mexican Combo during dinner.
The closing social included the BYU drama,
'ilVlan of LalVlancha" and dinner.
The Spanish Club officers were Royce Shel-
ley, president, lay Rhodes, vice-presidentp Annette
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Front row, left to right: Loretta Mills, Peggy Saxton, Bobbie lo Bums, DiAnn Hutchinson, ludy Maddox, Patrecia Parker. Second row: Trudy Mar-
con, Lorena Pratt, Helen Pulley, Iulie Rhodes. Third row: Maurine Blood, Sandra Ferrin, advisor.
The Senior Girls' Association is a service and social
organization. These girls served both the school and
the community. They sponsored a record hop in Decem-
ber with Mr. Farrer as Disc lockey. The proceeds from
this dance together with donations from the student-
body helped the Senior Girls' Association become a
Sub for Santa and provide Christmas for a needy family.
They also had an International Foods Party and a
Christmas Party. Closing the year's activities was a
girl's choice Sadie Hawkins Day Dance.
The officers were: Loretta Mills, president, Laurie
Bishop, vice-president social, DiAnn Hutchinson, sec-
retary-treasurerg Iulie Rhodes, service.
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The Future Homemakers of America
worked "Toward New Horizons" by
developing skills in various activities
such as a costume party, a Christmas
breakfast, films, and a Homecoming float
and booth. The officers this year were:
Iolene Durrant, Marian Biggins, Debra
Harvey, Rebecca Smith, Connie Lewis,
Iulie Matthews, Iody Buckner, and ad-
visor, Renee Porter. The Future Farmers
of America joined the FHA officers in
planning a party and a dance sponsored
by the two clubs. Mr. Cfappmayer and
officers Paul Kitchen, Ion Ionsson, Doug
Richards, Steven Ault, Phil Hall, Joel
Adamson, and Ray Coddington led the
FFA in various activities, such as a Hal-
loween dance, the State Fair, a banquet
and choosing the FFA Sweetheart. Several
members were able to attend the State
Convention held in Salt Lake City.
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Smith, Mrs. Porter, advisor: and Debra Harvey cook up a great year.
First row, left to right: Diane Harvey, Patrecia Parker, Colleen McTague, Iill Robinson, Hedy Liebelt, Christine Shelley, Elizabeth Hansen
Carlin Coombs, Iulie Bangerter. Second row: Kathleen Wagstaff, Iulie Rhodes, Christine Smith, Carol May, Ianell Barker, Sandra Sumsion
Ianet Anderson, Kristine Walker, Laralee Beck, Anne Richards, Annette Miller, Marilyn Wright, Dixie Magleby.
First row, left to right: Boyd Kitchen, Lonny Lundin, Gary Brems, Phil Hall, Brad Bateman, Adin Hcaps, loc Heaps. Second row: Fred
Chadwick, Dave Olsen, Ray Coddington, Steve Ault, Mark Hegerhorst, Paul Kitchen, Mike Kanno, Mr, Gappmayer, advisor.
First row, left to right: Lynn Bennett, Kendall Strong, Scott Proctor, Kim Cook, Kevin Burningham, Russell Waller. Second
row: Ron Anderson, lay Robinson, Martell Cray, lon Ionsson, Kelly Eastman, Lee Searle, Randy Anderson.
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ond row: Patsy Mecham, Ann Slater, Christine Shelley, Steve Iorgensen, Lena Greymountain, Connie Green, Annette Terry. Third
row: Kenny Mayne, Gilbert Anderson, Larry Kasper, Nyla Christensen, Doug Robinson, Ryan Spafford, Roylen Griffin, Arlin Davis,
Steven Edwards, Willard R. Devitt, advisor.
DECA, fDistributive Education Club of
Americal used the practical application of S Nm
economic ideas. Students attended class each
day to learn the theories of our economy and
our place in the trade of the world. Members
of DECA wrote research papers on the var-
ious phases of America's manufacturing. Stu-
dents were placed in jobs at various business
establishments in our community and were
dismissed at two o'clock each day to go to
DECA exemplifies the new trend in ed-
ucation to teach practical subjects and pre-
pare students for life.
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COE MEMBERS-Front row, left to right: Lorraine Bileen, Wendy Duncan, Terri Robinson, lane Taylor. Second row: lVlacNeil
Ogden, advisor, Laura Whitby, Helen Pulley, Beverly Morlock, Kerry Buckner, IaNene Spencer, Ann Reese, Gwenn lohnson,
Co-operative Office Education is where
students are placed in actual office situations.
This program, combined with an Office Prac-
tice Class, teaches the students office skills.
These students work during and after
school and are paid for their work. Many of
the students in the program are planning to
enter the business world and this program is
beneficial for their future. Not only do they
learn office skills, but they learn office pro-
cedure and manners.
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NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY MEMBERS-First row, left to right: joy Day, Ilene Adams, Laralee Beck, Annette Miller, Ann Shortt, Susan
Larson, Shannon Savage, Ian Smith, Terri Robinson, Lorraine Adamson, Second row: Iane Taylor, Cwenn Iohnson, Barbara Iensen, Marlene Bair,
Alan Spencer, Craig King, Carl Harper, Claire Rinehart, Sherwood Cook, Bruce Bowen, Iohn Lambert, Royce Shelley, vice-president, Kirk Magle-
by, president, Arlo Shelley, advisor.
NHS MEMBERS+Firstro1U, left' to right: Patricia Sykes, Debbie Gunther, Linda Gauger, Ianell Barker, Debra Harvey, Iolene Dur-
rant, Diane Harvey, Patty McKinney, secretary, Marilyn Wright, Nancy Burch. Second rowg Kate Carroll, Helen Pulley, Beverlv
Morlock, Paul Terry, Mark Walker, Colleen McTague, Ferril Sorenson, David Holindrake, Iohn Sagers, D.R. Gardner, Bruce McDaniel.
FUTURE PHYSICIANS MEMBERS-Front row, left to riglitr Christine Shelley, Nancy Burch, Patty McKinney, Sandra Tolman,
LaVon Terry, Lorraine Adamson, lane Davis. Second row: Ian Smith, Linda Hall, Beverly Morlock, Iolene Durrant, Colleen Mc-
Tague, Anne Richards, Merrill Smith. Tliird row: Sherlin Manning, Scot Brady, Ted Davis, David Lewis, Roy Greenland.
Under the direction of Arlo Shelley, advisor, and Kirk
Magleby, president, the National Honor Society members
tutored many students in different subjects. This program
let the tutors learn as well as the students they were teaching.
The NHS held two initiations this year. To be eligible a
student must be carrying three academic subjects and have
a B average.
The National Honor Society is based on four words:
Scholarship, Leadership, Character, and Service. Before
a student is permitted in the club he must exemplify these
The Future Physician Club, under the direction of
Carl Ingersoll, is made up primarily of students interested
in medicine and related fields. This provides an excellent
insight into these fields and gives the students a chance
to see medicine in practice.
Throughout the past year the group has been involved
in many activities. They went on a tour of the University
of Utah Medical Center and the State Training School.
Highlighting the year were several lectures given by doc-
tors practicing in Utah County. The social part of this
group was filled by many fun and exciting parties.
FUTURE PHYSICIANS MEM-
BERS-Front row, left to right:
Cathleen Buhler, Melba Stras-
burg, Ilene Shepherd, Marian
Biggins, Debbie Gunter, Terri
Robinson. Second row: Craig
Adams, James Reimschiissel,
Mark Walker, Dean Sabey, Joel
Adamson. Third row: Brad Col-
lins, Allen Pulley, Alan Spen-
cer, Claire Rinehart, Brook
Richan, John Sagers, president,
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COLORGUARD MEMBERS Front row left to right: Ianeen Boren, Barbara Molyneaux, Iillene Beer, Susan Andrews JoAnn Iep
pson Pat Allred Second row LeeAnn Depew Valerie Chipman, Shauna Durrant, IaNene Spencer, Carolyn Faddis, Cathy King
Third row Pam Lamoreaux LeAnn Parker Marlene Bair, Kerry Buckner, Ianice Greenland, Gay Beck, Ellen Croft.
The Colorguard, under the 'direction of Gene
Ingersoll, advisor, presented the colors at the games
and pep assemblies. The colorguard was well repre-
sented this year by dedicated and enthusiastic girls
whose pride in our school started the games out right.
These girls practiced many hours to make their marches
come out right. Working especially hard this past sum-
mer, the colorguard marched in thirteen parades along
with the school band. This group was one of the most
active and enthusiastic groups and continually per-
formed its job well. .
COLORGUARD OFHCERS-Left to right
Iillene Beer, section leader: Barbara Molyneaux
section leaderp Ianice Greenland, vice president
Carolyn Faddis, secretary: Marlene Bair, his
toriang Shauna Durrant, president.
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Center: Lori Peterson. Left to right: Mari Lu Preston, Layna Cuymon, Kate Carroll, First row, lefr rg right: Lilli Rowe, Lavon Terry, lone
Susan Larson, Loretta Mills, Marilyn Robinson, Trudy Marcon, Laralee Beck, MCTague, Charlegfg Spencer, Second row: jean MC-
Rebecca Smith- Tague, Sandra Tolman, Connie Sorenson, Ioye Gaye
Left to right: Marilyn Wright, Connie Lewis, Christine Shelley, First row, left to right: Patty McKinney, Pam Durrant, Second row:
Iullee Matthews, Wendy Duncan, Carlin Coornbs. Kristine Anderson, Barbara Iensen, Diane Harvey, Iolene Durrant, Dorian
Bailey, Debra Harvey.
Top: Marsha Murdock. Left to right: Debbie Nielson, Mary Ann Robertson, Martha Robin-
son, Lorena Pratt, Annette Miller, Anne Richards, Ianet Parker.
The Pep Club boosted the school's
spirit in many activities. The Cavettes,
dressed in their cute uniforms of red and
white, marched with the band during
Homecoming using red, white, and blue
streamers. They also did routines using
the jazz ensemble and drums. The moods
varied from the Real West, to the Roaring
Twenties, to a patriotic march with the
Pleasant Grove Pep Club. They also did
a unique march in the dark using fluores-
cent gloves. The officers, Marsha Mur-
dock, presidentp Lorena Pratt, vice-presi-
dent, Martha Robinson, secretary, Annette
Miller, historian, Janet Parker, and Debbie
Nielson, pep committee, Anne Richards,
and Mary Ann Robertson, dress commit-
tee, and advisor, Ardena Beck, made a
successful year for the group and AF High.
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Center: Karen Carroll. Left to right: Nancy Burch, Iill Black, Ianet Ander-
son, Denise Allridge, Elizabeth Hansen.
Cavettes play Cowboys and Indians.
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MEMBERS OF GIRLS' ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION-First row, left to right: Sherri Fugal, Anna Begay, Karen Carroll, Ann Slater
Loretta Mills, and Ioan DeYoung. Second row: NaDeane Parker, Laralee Beck, Elizabeth Hansen, Virgie Coochyumptewa, Sue Kelly
Rebecca Barratt, Charlotte Wimmer, Rosanne Buhler, Melba Strasburg, and Gayle Bishop. Third row: Susan Larson, Dorian Bailey
Ilene Adams, Ioy Day, Miss Beck, advisor, Sylvia Brady, Teresa May, Trudy Marcon, Marcia Anderson.
The Girls' Athletic Association is for girls
interested in sports. This group is involved in
such sports as softball, basketball, volleyball,
badminton, bowling, gymnastics and track and
This group also had several parties during
the year. The first party involved the mothers
of the girls.
The officers were: Ann Slater, president:
Loretta Mills, vice-presidentp Karen Carroll,
recorderg ,Ian Smith, secretaryp Ioan DeYoung,
reporterp Anna Begay, senior representativeg
Sherri Fugal, junior representativeg Gayleen Kan-
eko, sophomore representative.
The Ski Club was a newly organized club
this year. But even though it was new it had a
large following of ski enthusiasts.
Although this group is not directly connected
with the school, its members proudly represent
the high school while on the slopes.
'Officers were: Craig King, president, Kate
Carroll, secretary, Liza Belmont, treasurer.
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SKI CLUB MEMBERS-First row, left to right: Virginia Goodsell, Cathy King, Irene Chadwick, IoAnn Ieppson, Denise
Allridge, Kate Carroll, Merrilyn Hellewell. Second row: Steven Fowler, lohn Lambert, Paul Terry, David Holmdrake,
Ron Harvey, Craig Adams, Kent Iohnson, Ted Davis, Mark Sykes, Kerry Chipman, Scot Brady, and Dane Spencer.
SKI CLUB MEMBERS-First row, left to right: Karen Larson, Susan Black, lane Davis, lane Taylor, Shelly Halley, IaNene Spen-
cer, Ann Reese. Second row: Richard Greenwood, Brent Shelby, Keven Stonebraker, Bryan Miller, Larry Singleton, Bobby Grace
Richard Nash, Kent Wamick, Ray Maxwell, Kevin Pace, Louis Strasburg, Steven Iorgensen, Craig King, Klein Houston.
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LETTERMEN CLUB MEMBERS-First row, left to right: Ieff Webster, David Durfey, Mike Shelley, Steven Dean, Billy Allen, David
Spainhower. Second row: Doug Wilson, Randy Mott, Vard Pulley, Don Brown, Glenn Matthews, Calvin Wimmer, Stan Wiscombe,
Richard Greenland. Third row: Gilbert Anderson, Blake Buhler, Iohn Sagers, Ray Maxwell, Ierry Vamey, Dean Sabey, Gary Watkins,
Kim Fox. Fourth row: Dennis Parker, Bruce Bowen, Bob Baldwin, Roger Bennett, Dale Chidester, Mike Kanno, Paul Kitchen, Neil
Cook, Ray Coddington. Fifth row: Doug Richards, Mark Karren, Ferril Sorenson, Curt Howes, Bryan Miller, Craig Broadbent, Allen
Alexander, Gary Gray, Kerry Christensen, Craig Chesnut.
LETTERMEN CLUB OFFICERS-First
row, left to right: Gary Watkins, sec-
retaryp Doug Wilson, president, David
Durfey, vice-president. Second row: Tom
Crittenden, head football coach: Robert
Eckles, assistant basketball coach: Mark
Farrer, track coach: Carl Ingersoll, head
Hlzzfrusrs Snug Chair
First row, left to right: Lorraine Adamson, Brooke Sagers, lanea Ince, Carla Goggins, Iudy Maddox, Marlene Bair, Cheryl Nielson, Shan-
non Savage, Glenda Greenwood, Pam Lamoreaux,lgoAnn Ieppson. Second row: Barbara Grindstaff, Pam Christensen, Angie Goodliffe,
Lori Holmstead, Iolene McDaniel, Sherrie Fugal, obin Cobbley, Iulie Bangerter, Ian Holmstead, Linda Gauger, Rachelle Adamson,
Mary Ann Robertson, Cindy Ferguson, Alice Williams. Third row: Vema Cooper, Susan Kenney, Cheryl Louder, Lori Peterson, Pam
Durrant, Nallene Read, Valerie Chipman, Janet Goodsell, Roxene Colgrove, Elizabeth Hansen, Debra Murdoch, LeeAnn Depew, Barbara
Molyneaux, Carlene Wagner, Sally Sisson. Fourth row: Richard Saunders, lay L. Beck, Kenneth Rasmussen, Kendall Adamson, Kirk
McDaniel, Bob Kirkpatrick, Steve Dean, Stan Wiscombe, Kent Wamick, Mark Walker, Gilbert Baxter, Dennis Hall, Ron Thomton, Iann
Vasey, Randy Ferguson, Brad Bateman, Charles Fadely, advisor. Absent: Bruce Block, Sherry Devey, Dalyn Greenwood, Iohn Heiner,
The ACappella Choir was one of the formed a large variety of music, popular,
best American Fork High School has had in madrigals, patriotic and master choruses.
years. They have performed in many con- Some of the songs performed so well by this
certs during the school year. To name a few: chorus included titles such as thesep "The
the Fall Concert, Christmas Concert, Jazz Last Words of David," "Both Sides Now,"
Concert, special PTA programs, Region IV "The Power of Music," "Light Everlasting,"
Festival, and the Spring Concert. "Yesterday," and "Rock-a-My-Soul."
The ACappella has studied and per-
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Front row, left to right: Peggy Saxton, Lois Hansen, Ieanette Humes, Sue Pate, Tammy Gaster, Mary Ann Searle, Carolyn Clark, Iulie
Pate, Ieryl Able, Carol Ann Evensen. Second row: Sheri Strasburg, Ianet Bezzant, Vema Adams, Patty Davis, Donna Cardon, LeAnn
Wilkinson, Carolyn Anderson, Carrie Roberts, Cathy Meranda, Cydne lnce, Doris Crookston, Ianet Greening, Iono Mason. Third
row: Gary Maddox, Kevin Devey, Randy Conner, Ross Herrera, Tom Herrera, Richard Nell. Absent: Kim Allgood, Irene Archuleta.
Iamie Ball, Phyllis Bateman, Paula Deveraux, Vaughn Gardner, Iulie Hall, Phil Hall, David Laursen, Tony Meryhew, Greg Nash, Billy
Neil, Karie Ostergaard, Mark Sargent, Ricky Warenski, Brad Wilkin.
The Chorus did less singing in public than the
ACappella, but did a very fine job in the Christmas
Concert and the school concerts during the year. They
have been studying a wide variety of types of music
which has added to the enjoyment of the members
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BAND MEMBERS-First row, left to right: Susan Larson, Connie Sorenson, Iocelyn Shelley, Tom Priday, KayLynn Larson,
Deborah Sherwood, Janet Richan, Roanna Roundy, Shirley Devey, Anita Steiner, NaDeane Parker, Iay L. Beck, and Ieryl Abel.
Second row: RaNae Kitchen, Pam Evenson, Wendy Withers, IaNae Beck, Heather Devey, Lora Tumer, Ilene Shepherd, Brad Rob-
inson, Harold Smith, Dennis Cook, Floyd Griffiths, Brook Richan, Grant Bangerter. Third row: Barbara Parker, Paul Brady,
,lohn Sagers, Jimmy Goff, Dennis Hall, lay Murdoch, Debbie Kerr. Bradley Collins, David Griffiths, Scott Rees, Robbie Strasburg,
Iim Dean, Mark Sykes, Marc Palmer, Keven Shafter, LaVon Terry, Robbie Walton, Charles Fadley, advisor.
The band is actually three
groups in one. During the sum-
mer months they are formed into
a marching band and perform in
many different parades all over
the state, the highlight of which
is the big "Days of '47 Parade"
in Salt Lake.
During football and basketball
seasons a portion of the band is
involved in the pep band. This
group plays numbers for the
studentbody to cheer to.
Combining these two groups
forms the concert band. This
group had several concerts during
the year and traveled to the ele-
mentary schools to spark future
The orchestra, though small in quant-
ity, is large in quality. The orchestra
performed for the school musical and
did an excellent job. They also received
a trophy from George Frandsen for a
job well done.
ORCHESTRA MEMBERS-First row, left to right: Linda Hall, Lorraine Adamson,
Rebecca Smith, Merrill Smith. Second row: George Frandsen, Colleen Bair, Carol
Ann Evensen, Charles Fadley, advisor.
The Jazz Ensemble was com-
prised of several students who
were willing to spend extra time
before and after school to practice.
This group presented for the first
time a jazz concert during the winter.
lt has also participated in several
assemblies and concerts.
IAZZ ENSEMBLE MEMBERS-First row, left to right: Iames Boren, Claire Rinehart, Iohn
Sagers, Paul Brady, Mark Crawford. Second row: lay Murdoch, Craig Shields, Steven
Iverson. Third row: Kerry Chipman, Grant Bangerter, Harold Smith, Bradley Collins,
Brook Richan, Bruce Block, Kevin Shafter, lay L. Beck, Charles Fadley, advisor.
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As I look back upon the school year we are com-
pleting, I am sincerely pleased with all that has been
accomplished by our studentbody. It becomes a yearly
challenge for each group of students to keep up the
traditions of excellence set by previous students. A
careful analysis of the accomplishments of this year
shows that this studentbody has met the challenge
in full measure. In many areas of endeavor, we have
excelled beyond my expectations.
I sincerely hope it means as much to each student
to be a "Caveman" as it does to me. I have come to
love this great school and studentbody very much in
the two years I have been principal. I have many op-
portunities to compare our school with others. These
comparisons always make me grateful to be associated
with this fine studentbody and staff.
I congratulate our Seniors especially for their
leadership and for the maturity they have shown. I
also wish each of them well as they graduate and urge
them to continue to take pride in having been a stu-
dent at American Fork High School.
I look forward to next school year with great
Con H. Brady
I am proud to be associated with American Fork
High School. In my estimation, a person would have
to go along way to find a studentbody more dedicated
to achieving in all areas-scholarship, sports, music,
speech, and drama, or any other worthwhile activity,
than the students at A. F. High. I congratulate the
students for past achievements and exhort them to
continue their good work in the future. I am very
glad to be a part of American Fork High.
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Sitting: Mabel Hansen. Standing: Margaret Sykes.
The counselors were the problem solvers of
the school. Students went to these three people
with problems of all kinds. They helped Seniors
toward their future life and registered the Sopho-
mores and Juniors for the coming year.
The secretaries were always ready with a
friendly smile and a desire to help. With the in-
stallation of the candy machines these two ladies
were always swamped with requests for change,
but they were always friendly and pleasant.
Sitting: MadgeTuckett. Standing: Ardena Beck, George Pederson.
Students Were Caught
Brenda Bensch Venda Castleberry Sandra Ferrin Elaine Gordon
Theda Holindrake Davis Knight Roy Pehrson
,lay Allen Bob Eckles Carl Ingersoll Arlo Shelley
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Charles Fadley Evan Nelson
Tom Crittenden Willard Devitt
Roland Oliphant Stanford Reid
Annette Glenn MacNeil Ogden
Weldon Kitchen Dean Steineckert
Staff Made' life Sasier
The cooks offered us a meal at
a price we could afford. These
meals were good and even though
we complained, we realized that
there are few other places where
we can buy a complete meal for
only thirty cents.
The custodians provided us
with a clean place in which to
spend six hours. They always had
a ready smile and were willing to
help. The job of cleaning up after
eight hundred students is a big
and thankless one.
To complete the trio were the
bus drivers. These men conveyed
us to and from school and on
many field trips.
This group of dedicated people
provided us with a pleasant en-
vironment in which to learn.
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Seated: Ioy Chidister, Marie Thrasher. Standing: Juanita Ellison, Beverly Yocum, Bonnie
CUSTODIANS-Left to right: Merrill Beck, Eldon Miller, Andy Pederson, Ellis Parker, head custodian, Ierry Iacobs.
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there would be no school and no activities. We
have really been active this year. We have sup-
ported our teams, clubs, dances, and officers.
The studentbody is comprised of three classes
held together by a common love of the school.
For a studentbody and a school to be strong it
must be united, for a divided studentbody is
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lane Taylor, secretary, Cwenn Iohnson, historian.
The Executive Council also consists of Iane Taylor,
secretary: Gwenn Johnson, historian, Linda Gauger,
program chairman, and Brent Shelby, business manager.
As secretary, lane has written home room discus-
sions, sent out monthly calendars to teachers and
various interested groups, and keeps up correspondence
with other schools. Gwenn, as historian, has assisted
lane in her work, and has also compiled a history of
the activities at American Fork. Linda, program chair-
man, has been in charge of directing and writing the
assemblies presented before the studentbody. Brent,
as business manager, was responsible for various dances
and the raising and lowering of the flag. l-le also had the
job of keeping the marquee up to date.
Brent Shelby, business manager, Linda
Gauger, program chairman.
First row, left to right: Bryan Miller, Kent Wamick, Kim Fox, Iohn Sagers, Brent Shelby, Ioel Adamson. Second row: George Frandsen, Paul Terry,
Gary Gray, David Durfey, Cheryl Chesnut, Pam Holindrake, l.uAnn Hamnett, Rachell Adamson, Shelley Iacobs, Gay Beck, Gwenn Iohnson, Shelley
Halley, Linda Gauger, Ian Holmstead, Karen Carroll, Iane Davis, Angie Goodliffe, Marian Biggins, Iane Taylor, Iim Bills, Elmo H. Hansen, advisor:
Alan Spencer. Third row: Kirk Magleby, Steve Rushton, Ion Vamey, Gary Doyle, Steve Fowler, Steve Jorgensen, Ierry Vamey, Bruce Bowen, Richard
Nash, David Olsen, Kim Tumer, Lane Christensen, Marlow Manning, Allen Alexander.
The Student Council functions asaminiature House girl's school dress, a score clock for football season
of Representatives for the studentbody. These students and sponsoring different dances.
are elected by their home rooms to represent them in The success or failure of this program depends upon
the governing of the school. Many things were discussed the willingness of the studentbody to get involved in
in student council. At times we discussed slacks for the problems and pr0i6CtS ofthe SC11001-
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Left to right: Craig King, Ierry Varney, Allen Alexander. Absent: Paul Terry.
Girls' State was one of the most
interesting and rewarding weeks of
my life. All of us have a definite part
in the future of our country because
we will have the opportunity to vote
in the next few years. We need to un-
derstand our duties as citizens of the
United States. At Girls' State we leamed ,
the proper city, county, and state
govemmental procedures and how to
put them to use. At the end of our week
at Girls' State we had gained a greater
feeling of dedication and respect for
our country and its flag.
'amd Girls' State
Boys' State purports "to educate
our youth in the duties, privileges,
rights, and responsibilities of American
Citizenship." It is wholly a plan for
training in the practical aspects of
government. It is functional in that
applications of the principles of dem-
ocratic government are made in every
possible way. The Constitution and the
statutes of the State of Utah are the
pattems from which the fundamental
law of The American Legion Boys'
State has been developed. Boys' State
should be thought of as being a myth-
ical 51st State with a constitution,
statutes and ordinances constructed
by its citizens to govem themselves.
Left to right: Angie Goodliffe, Wendy Duncan, Mary Io Barratt.
Glzeerlmders flrvused Pep
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Cheering us on to victory, our cheerleaders
were dedicated and determined to do their job.
These girls were judged by impartial judges and
picked by the studentbody. Although many times
the odds were against us, we pulled through with
an easy victory because of enthusiastic cheer-
leaders and studentbody. These cheerleaders
spent their extra time preparing posters and
making new skits or yells to spur the students on.
We owe a lot to our cheerleaders this year. They've
done their best to make the 1970-71 school year
the best year ever.
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MEMBERS OF THE YOUNG AMERICANS-Left to right: D. R. Gardner, Shannon Savage, Paul Terry, and Kirk Magleby.
The Young Americans, advised by Willard
Devitt, beat Payson and lost by a close margin to
Bear River. These students were quizzed in the areas
of English, science, history, and math. These stu-
dents also participated in High School Challenge.
ln this bowl they beat West, Cyprus, and Lehi High
School and are so far undefeated. They will meet
the other undefeated schools later in the season.
INQUIRING EDITOR MEMBERS-First row, left to right: Iullee Matthews, Kathy Whiteman, Laralee Beck. Second row: Richard Greenland,
Craig Broadbent, Alan Spencer.
Three boys and three girls competed against each
other in the Inquiring Editor Program Saturday,
April 3rd. These contestants read and studied the Trib-
une Newspaper for one week, then they were quizzed
on the pictures, editorial cartoons, comics, quotes and
news stories appearing that week. Their advisors are
Davis Knight and Tom Crittenden.
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This group of students was selected
to go to State in Forensics. It was here
that they participated in many differ-
ent fields such as Legislative Forum,
Oratory, Radio Speaking and many
other areas of public speaking. Al-
though no one placed, our school was
well represented. These people did a
very good job and made a grand show-
ing for our school.
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One student from each high
school in Utah met at Camp
Williams and went to classes
concerning govemment and mili-
tary strengths. During the week
stay the students also had many
recreational activities which in-
cluded fighting a large brush fire
in the Oquirrh Foothills.
I went to New York as representative
of the Utah Chapter of the Future
Homemakers of America. Seventeen
girls represented Utah at this conven-
tion. The convention was held in Iuly
of 1970. The theme of the convention
was "Dare of the Decade." It was held
in the New York Hilton. Members of
FHA from each state in the United
States attended. After the convention
the members of the Utah delegation
went to Washington D.C. for a tour.
We stayed there four days and visited
such places as the Capitol, Washington
Monument, and Arlington Cemetery.
The entire trip was fun and educational.
Seated, left to right: Patricia Sykes, Peggy Cooper, Loraine Adamson, Iane Taylor, Iill Robinson, Laura Whitby, Ian Smith. Standing: Ann Reese, Craig
King, D. R. Gardner, David Holindrake, Kirk Magleby, Paul Terry, Ierry Vamey, Beverly Morlock.
Seated, left to right: Maurine Blood, Linda Gauger, Gwenn Iohnson, laNene Spencer, Patty McKinney, Pam Durrant, Mary Ann Robertson, Kate
Carroll. Standing: Debbie Gunther, Patrecia Parker, Marlene Bair, Royce Shelley, Bruce Bowen, Max Ditlevesen, Bruce McDaniel, Shannon Savage,
Helen Pulley, Dixie Brown.
The honor students were those students who had
enough perseverance and initiative to maintain a grade
point average of 3.67 or higher over the course of seven
semesters. From this group of thirty-eight seniors, six were
chosen to be representative students for graduation
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Front row, left to right: IaNene Spencer, Business Linda Hall Homemakmg Iill Robmson Speech and Drama Kate Carroll Art and
Arts and Crafts. Back row: lay L. Beck, Music D R Gardner Social Sciences Paul Terry General Scholarship Kirk Magleby Science
Absent: Shannon Savage, English and Literature Royce Shelley Mathematics
The Sterling Scholars are chosen
by the different departments on the basis
of outstanding achievements. In the semi-
finals the students presented portfolios
and had personal interviews with judges.
On the basis of this judging four students
were chosen to participate in the final
competition. These four were: Jay L. Beck
in Music, IaNene Spencer in Business,
Linda Hall in Homemaking, and Paul
Terry in General Scholarship.
These finalists had a chance of win-
ning cash prizes and scholarships.
Bruce has served in many leadership
positions during his high school years.
This year he served as Senior Class pres-
ident and he was a member of the National
Honor Society. He was also a member
of the football and basketball teams.
Gwenn has gained many honors in her
high school years. As a Sophomore she
served as the Sophomore Class Secretary.
This year she served as Studentbody
Historian. She has also participated in
Debate, Extemp and Oratory. She was a
member of the National Honor Society
and Pep Club.
Kirk has accomplished many things in
many different areas. He was National
Honor Society President, National Merit
Finalist and a Sterling Scholar in the
area of Science. He was active in Debate
and Forensics and was a member of Young
Americans and High School Challenge.
Patricia has had a very active high school
career. She was a member of the high
school band and a member of the pep
club. This year she was the editor of the
Creative Writing magazine, a member of
the Drama Club, Future Homemakers of
America, National Honor Society and
Future Physicians Club.
Royce has attained many accomplishments
in high school. He was a Sterling Scholar
nominee in mathematics. He recently pre-
sented a math paper at the Intermountain
Iunior Science and Humanities Sympo-
sium at the University of Utah. He is
presently servin as president of the
Spanish Club ang vice president of the
National Honor Society.
Iane has achieved many leadership po-
sitions during her high school years. As a
Sophomore she was the class program
chairman. As a Iunior she served as Pep
Club Vice-President. This year she served
as the Studentbody Secretary. She was
also active in Forensics, participating in
contemp., debate, and oratory, and a
member of the National Honor Society.
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IOURNALISM. STAFF MEMBERS-Left to right: Paul
Terry, editor: Diane Harvey, co-editorg Mrs. Elaine Gordon,
IOURNALISM STAFF MEMBERS-Left to right: Kent
advisor. Bresee, Tony Meryhew, Carl Harper, Jared Comell.
The "Forkaster" in past
years has received honors
that few other high school
papers can boast of. This
year has been no exception.
Our paper has the right
mixture of news, editorial
comments and humor.
Staff members were prob-
ably the busiest students in
the school first period. Iour-
nalism incorporated the
talents of several classes.
They needed the writing
skills of the Creative Writing
class, the energy of a gym
class and the finger dexter-
ity of the Art class. Students
looked forward to Friday
aftemoons when the paper
was distributed, and read it
The Iournalism Staff
worked long hours during
and after school, and put
out one of the best high 4
school papers in the state.
IOURNALISM STAFF MEMBERS-Left to right: Dalyn
Greenwood, Marian Biggins, Darrell Hayes, Ray Strong,
LeeAnn Parker, Kathy Whiteman, Ianell Barker.
IOURNALISM STAFF MEMBERS-Left to right: Dan
. Penrod, Vickie Beighley, Darrell Hayes, Dennis Elton.
Iournulism Stuff Member
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CREATIVE WRITING CLASS MEMBERS-Front row, left to right: Ronald Coleman, Dalyn Greenwood, Pam Sorenson, Ian Howell, Robin
Cobbley, Alice Williams, Terri Robinson, Pam Lameraux, Lorena Pratt, editor: Carol Webb, Blame Clements. Back row: Beth Evans, Annette Terry
Cheryl Nielson, Nallene Read, Larry Kasper, Valerie Chipman, Francine Hancock, Terri Myrup, Iared Comell, Richard Adamson, Danny Sher
wood, lay L. Beck, Carl Harper.
Creative Writing Advisor
The Creative Writing class had some
of the top writing talents of the school.
Students learned the skills of good writ-
ing techniques. The classes were awak-
ened to many of the small things in life,
objects that hitherto were seldom noticed
by people. Mrs. Venda Castleberry, ad-
visor, had students read good literature,
poetry and short plays to see the differ-
ent writing techniques of the great writers.
Students had fun publishing and assem-
bling the Glyphs magazine, which was
CREATIVE WRITING CLASS MEMBERS-Front row, left to right: Nancy Hall, lillene
Beer, Iulia Niel. Second row: Kate Carroll, lane Taylor, Connie Lewis, LaNan Pulley, Marla
Clark, Patricia Sykes, editor: Iulie Rhodes. Third row: Kathleen Mayne, Karie Ostergaard,
Gwenn Johnson, Sherrie Cook, Gary Christensen. Fourth row: Allen Alexander, Louis
Strasburg, Delores Hansen. Fifth row: Dan Penrod, Dennis Elton, Kevin Pace, Kent Bresee,
Ray Maxwell, Guy Withers, Duane Nielson.
ymrbnzfk Staff Kccvrds ff! tary Of
Being on a yearbook staff is a tireless and often
thankless job. Only one hour during school is in-
volved but countless hours, before and after school,
are behind the book.
This year we would like to give special thanks
to Devey's for the loan of the tuxedos for the Senior
We chose "Kaleidoscope of Faces" for this year's
theme, because we all felt that this represents our
high school and its students.
Left to right: Beverly Morlock,
editor: Dalyn Greenwood, bus-
iness managerp Debra Harvey,
Bottom row, left to right: Nancy Hall, Liza Belmont, Connie
Green, Lynn Street, photographer. Top row: Ron Coleman, photo-
grapher: Iared Cornell, Iohn Adams, sports editor, Sally Sisson,
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Allen Alexander Kim AllgO0d
Val' Anderson Susan Andrews
Don Bahr Marlene Bair
Bradley Bateman Marianne Bateman
Bruce Bean lay L- Beck
Cathy Anderson Gilbert Anderson
Michael Aston Steven Ault
RaNae Bamey Mary Io Barratt
The class of '70-'71 was a class of workers and achievers. We
achieved many goals and did many things during our brief stay
As Sophomores we had a very successful Sophomore Slide
with the theme song, "You Showed Me."
As Iuniors there was a chance to grow and achieve even more.
We achieved in many different areas and won many contests. During
this year the exciting Junior Prom was held, where the Juniors
danced to the theme song "Almost There."
Our Senior year was an exciting time. Some Seniors welcomed
graduation day with gladness, while others with nostalgia. As
seniors we started many new fads and made many records. The
Senior Hop, "Secret Love," was a huge success.
This year was a time of feeling old and wise. It was a time of
looking forward with enthusiasm and looking back with pride
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Valerie Chipman Gary Christensen
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Carla Goggins Angie Goodliffe Robert Grace Kim Grant
Connie Green Ianice Greenland Dalyn Greenwood Glenda Greenwood
Lena Greymountain Roylen Griffin Barbara Grindstaff Debbie Gunther
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Shelly Hal e Alan Hampton Scott Hampton Francine Hancock
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Jewel Luttmer Iudy Maddox
Kirk Magleby Marlow Manning
Senior Gwenn Iohnson developed her typing skills,
Mary Manning Trudy Marcon Lane Marshall Glenn Matthews
Ray Maxwell Lawrence May 1 Kathleen Mayne Bruce McDaniel
Kirk McDaniel Patty McKinney Patsy Mecham Bryan Miller
Maury Miller Loretta Mills Leland Mitchell Barbara Molyneaux
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Frank Nelson Kenneth Nelson Cheryl Nielson
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Mickey Rogers Greg Russon
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Peggy Saxton Kent Seals Lee Searle
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Calvin Wimmer Sheldon Wolf Wayne Yocom Keith Young
Kent Wamick Roy Iensen Janet Goodsell Colleen McTague
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Billy Allen Adrian Alldredge Garth Anderson
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Irene Archuleta Iulie Bangerter Gay Beck Roger Bennett
Colleen Bair Sue Barber Laralee Beck Jay Bennett
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Marian Biggins Boyd Blackwell
Kim Billings Dale Boren
Martin Bird Ricky Bowers
Iill Black Sylvia Brady
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Daleasa Chadwick Kerry Christensen Suzanne Collins Sherwood Cook Glen Crawford
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Vonda Goodwin Martell Gray Floyd Griffiths
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Tahnia Hall Colleen Hansen
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The Juniors enthusiastically took part in
pep assemblies, Homecoming, clubs, plays
The Junior Prom was the biggest dance
of the year. The decorations were elegant
and it was a huge success.
'We were led by marvelous officers, they
did their best to make the greatest year ever
and to lead us to greater enthusiasm.
We've had a good year and we are glad
to have been a part of the great Junior class.
A good word to describe our class is enthu-
siastic. We put one hundred and ten percent
into all of our endeavors and activities.
We're glad to have been Juniors but we
are looking forward to when we will become
Mighty Seniors. We will strive to work to-
gether, promote enthusiasm,.and make 1971-
'72 the greatest year yet.
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Patricia Humphries Roy Iensen
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Vickie Iohnson Susan Kenney
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Cheryl Louder Iullee Matthews
Jerry Lund Iim Maxwell
Lonny Lundin Teresa May
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Cindy Morse Brad MVT'-IP Debbie Nielson
Randy Mott R0l-Wffa Noyes Greg Nash
Sue Pate Lori Peterson Vard Pulley lay Rhodes
Blaine Patterson Susan Pittman Scott Rees Anne Richards
Dan Peck MeriLu Preston Dennis Reimschiissel Brook Richan
Rebecca Peters Scott Proctor Iames Reimschiissel Debra Richan
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Iohn Sellars Craig Smith
Mlke Shelley Debra Smith
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Charlette Spencer Carla Stratton
Larry Stagg Lynn Street
Kevin Stonebraker Kendall Strong
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Larry Walker Kent Wamick Daniel Wayne Ed Wycherley
Linda Walker Mason Wamick David Webb Danny Wight
Rita Waller Gary Watkins Jeff Webster Stan Wiscombe
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We came from the Iunior High, young, energetic,
hoping to learn a lot of new things and to become a part
ofAmerican Fork High School. Compared to the Iuniors and
Seniors, we look small, but we hope to become like them.
We took part in school clubs, activities, sports and
assemblies. We elected a great set of class officers who
presented a fantastic Sophomore Slide with the theme of
"Hello, It's Me." We also helped arouse spirit and enthu-
siasm at pep assemblies and sports events.
We have had a fun and successful year and we are
looking forward to our year as Juniors.
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. -Beth Evans
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Abbott. Shirley 108
Adams, Cindy 108
Adams, John B. 106, 108
Adams, Jon 108
Adamson, Kendall 24, 72, 108
Adamson, Loraine 62, 63, 72, 75,
Adamson, Richard 105,108
Adamson, Scott 108
Alexander, Allen 34, 70, 90, 92, 93,
Allgood, Kim 73,109
Anderson, Cathy 109
Anderson, Gilbert 34, 60, 70,109
Anderson, Val 109
Andrews, Susan 64, 109
Aston, Michael 109
Ault, Steven 59, 109
Bahr, Don 109
Bair, Marlene 18, 54, 55, 62, 64, 72,
Barney, RaNae 31, 109
Barratt, Mary Jo 93, 94, 109
Bateman, Bradley 58, 72,109
Bateman, Marianne 109
Bean, Bruce 23,109
Beck, Jay L. 55, 72, 74, 75, 102, 105,
Beck, Ken L. 60, 110
Beer, Jillene 64,105,110
Begay, Anna 51,68, 110
Beighley, Vickie 24,94,104,110
Bileen, Lorraine 61, 110
Bills, Jim 90, 92, 98,110
Bishop, Laurie Jo 110
Blaney, Raymond 110
Block, Bruce 70, 73 ,75, 110
Blood, Maurine l8,57,101, 110
Boren, Janeen 64, 110
Bowen, Bruce 35, 62, 92,103,108,
Bowers, Rex 110
Bowman, Goldie 110
Briggs, Mike 110
Brown, Dixie 101,110
Brown, Don 24, 70,110
Brown, Gaylen 110
Buckner, Kerry 54, 61, 64,110
Buckner, Kim 110
Buhler, Blake 35, 55, 70, 104, 11 l
Burch, Nancy 22, 62, 63, 67,111
Butler, Kristine 111
Burns, Bobbie Jo 24, 57,111
Carroll, Kate 18, 62, 66, 68, 101,
102, 105, 111
Chadwick, Carol 111
Chamberlain, Kent 111
Chesnut, Craig 50, 70, 111
Chipman, Valerie 64, 72, 105, 111
Christensen, Gary 55, 105, 111
Christensen, Lane 92, 111
Christensen, Marvin 111
Christensen Nyla 60, 112
Shelley, Christine 58, 121
Davies, Brent 113
Clark, Marla 105,112
Clements, Blaine 105, 112
Clements, Mike 112
Cobbley. Robin 72,105,112
Coddington, Ray 34, 35, 59, 70,112
Coleman, Ronald 105,106,112
Colgrove, Roxene 72,112
Collins, Bradley 18, 24, 54, 63, 74,
Conder, Monte 35, 112
Cook, Dennis 74, 112
Cook, Sherrie 105,112
Coombs, David 112
Cooper, Peggy 100, 113
Cornell, Jared 55, 104, 105, 106,
Davis, A1'lin 60
Davis, Jane 14,63,69, 92,113
Davis, Jean 113
Depew, LeeAnn 18, 24, 54, 64. 72,
Devey, Kevin 73
Devey, Sherry 73,113
Ditlevsen, Max 23, 101, 113
Dixon, Herman 113
Duncan, Wendy 22, 61 , 66, 93,113
Durrant, Kevin 113
Durrant, Pamela 24, 66, 73, 101,
Durrant, Shauna 64, 113
Edwards, Steve 60, 113
Edwards, Pamela 54, 113
Elton, Dennis 104, 113
Fackrell, Leonard 113
Faddis, Carolyn 64,113
Ferguson, Randy 24,34, 72,113
Fowler, Steven 55, 69, 92, 114
Fugal, Chris 114
Gardner, D. R. 55, 62, 97, 99,100,
Gauger, Linda 18, 24, 55, 62, 72,
91 , 92,101,114
Goggins, Carla 72,114
Goodliffe, Angie 24, 72, 92, 93,114
Grace, Robert 69,114
Grant, Kim 55,114
Green, Connie 60, 107, 114
Greenland, Janice 54, 64, 114
Greenwood, Dalyn 73, 104, 105,
Greenwood, Glenda 24, 72,941,114
Greymountain, Lena 60, 1 14
Griffin, Roylen 18, 20, 54, 60.114
Grindstaff, Barbara 18, 54, 72, 114
Gunther, Debbie 54, 62, 63, 101,
Hall, Becky 114
Hall, Dennis 24, 72, 74,114
Hall, Linda 18, 63, 75, 102,108,114
Hall, Nancy 105,106,114
Halley, Shelly 69, 92, 115
Hampton, Alan 115
Hampton, Scott 115
Hancock, Francine 105,115
Hansen, Delores 105,115
Hansen, Lois 73,115
Harper, Carl 55,62, 99, 104, 105,
Hayes, Darrell 104,115
Heaps, Adin 58,115
Heiner, John 24, 55, 73, 115
Herrera, Ross 60, 73, 115
Hicks, Kris Ann 115
Holindrake, David 62, 69, 100, 115
Holmstead, Jan 24, 72, 92, 94,115
Houston, Dain 115
Houston, Klein 69,115
Howes, Curt 50, 55, 70,116
Huggard, Shelley 116
1-lumes, Jeanette 73, 116
Hutchinson, DiAnn 57, 116
Hyde, Loren 116
lnce, Janea 72,116
Jacobs, Clyde 116
Jensen, Barbara 62, 67, 116
Johnson, Gwenn 55, 61, 62, 91, 92,
Johnson, Kathryn 116
Jones, Kathy 116
Jonsson, Connie 116
Jonsson, Jon 59, 116
Jorgensen, Steven 24, 60, 69, 92,
Kanno, Mike 59, 70, 116
Karren, Mark 24, 55, 70, 99, 116
Kasper, Larry 18, 20, 60, 105,116
Kay, Preston 116
Kerr, Debbie 74,116
King, Craig 50, 55, 62, 63, 69, 93,
Kirkpatrick, Robert 18, 20, 24, 72,
Kitchen, Paul 35, 59, 70,117
Lambert, John 55, 62, 69, 99,117
Lamoreaux, Pamela 24, 64, 72,
Laursen, David 73,117
Lewis, Connie 56, 66,105,117
Liebelt, Hedy 58, 117
Lowe, Ben 117
Luttmer, Jewel 117
Maddox, Judy 57, 72,
Magleby, Kirk 34, 55, 62, 92, 97,
Manning, Marlowe 117
Manning, Maiy 18,117
Maroon, Trudy 51. 54, 57, 66, 68,
Marshall, Lane 117
Matthews, Glenn 70, 117
Maxwell, Ray 34, 69, 70,105,118
May, Lawrence 118
Mayne, Kathleen 99,105,108,l18
Mayne, Kenneth 60
McDaniel, Bruce 62,
McDaniel, Kirk 24, 34,712,118
McKinney, Patty 62, 63, 66, 101,118
Mecham Pats 24 60 118
Spencer. JaNene 61, 64, 69, 101,
Strasburg, Louis 34, 35, 69, 105,
Strong, Gordon 122
Sykes, Patricia 54,62.100, 103,
Taylor, Jane 55, 61, 62, 69, 91, 92,
99, 100, 103, 105, 122
Terry, Annette 56, 60, 105, 122
Terry, Paul 55, 62, 69, 92, 93, 97,
Thompson, Mark 122
Thornton, Ronald 24, 72, 122
Turner, Jan 56, 122
Turner, Kim 92,122
Varney, Jerry 24, 25, 70, 92, 93,
Jann 24, 72,122
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Miller, Biyan 69, 70, 92,118
Miller, Mauiy 55,118
Mills, Loretta 51, 57,66, 68,118
Mitchell, Leland 118
Molyneaux, Barbara 64, 72, 118
Morlock, Beverly 61, 62, 63, 92,100,
Murdock, Debra 72,118
Murdock, Marsha 67, 118
Myrup, Terry 105,118
Nash, Richard 69, 92,119
Neil, Billy 73,119
Neil, Julia 105,119
Neil, Mike 119
Nelson, Frank 119
Nelson, Kenneth 119
Nielson Che l 18 24 72 105 ll9
Veater, Gaylan 34, 122
Walker, Jamie 73, 122
Walker, Mark 24, 34, 62, 63, 72,'
Waller, Russell 59
Warenski, Vicki 24, 73, 122
Webb, Carol 105, 123
Whitby, Laura 61, 100, 107, 123
Wild, Farrin 123
Wilkin, Brad 73, 123
Wilkinson, Larry 123
Williams, Alice May 72,105,123
Wilson, Doug 34, 54, 70,123
Calvin 34, 70,123
Withers, Guy 105, 123
Wolf, Sheldon 123
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Nielson, Duane 105,119
Nielson, Steven 60, 1
Ohran, Brad 60, 119
Olson, David 34,59,92,119
Ostergaard, Karie 73, 105, 119
Otterson, Gary 119
Pace, Kevin 69,105,119
Parker, Dennis 35, 70, 119
Parker, Patrecia 57, 58, 101,119
Yocum, Wayne 123
Young, Keith 123
Zimmerman, Jon 123
Adams, Ilene 51,62,68,124
Adams, LaCinda 124
Adams, Verna 73, 124
Penrod, Danny 104, 119
Phillips, Elaine 119
Pierce, Kenneth 119
Pratt, Lorena 24, 57, 67, 105,119
Pulley, Helen 57, 61, 62, 101, 120
Pulley, LaNan 54, 105, 120
Read, Nallene 18, 72, 105, 120
Reese, Ann 61, 69,100,120
Rhodes, Julie Ann 57, 58,105, 120
Richards, Doug 34, 70, 120
Rinehart, Claire 62, 63,75,120
Robertson, Mary Ann 67, 72, 101,
Robinson, Doug 60, 120
Robinson, Jill 18, 20, 54, 55, 58, 99,
100, 102, 120
Robinson, Terri 61, 62, 63, 105, 120
Rogers, Barbara 120
Rogers, Mickey 35, 120
Russon, Greg 120
Sabey, Dean 35, 63, 70, 121
Sagers, Brooke 72, 121
Sagers, John 62, 63, 74, 75, 92,121
Sargent, Vicklund 34, 70
Savage, Shannon 25, 55, 62, 72, 97,
Adamson, Joel 63, 92, 124
Racheiie 72, 92, 124
ly 35, 50, 70, 124
Allred, Pat 64, 124
Allridge, Denise 22, 55, 67, 68,
Alldredge, Adrian 35,124
Anderson, Garth 124
Anderson, Janet 28, 67, 125
Anderson, Kristine 22, 55, 67,
Anderson, Marcia Sl, 68, '125
Anderson, Randy 59, 125
Archuleta, Irene 73, 125
Anderson, Michael 125
Bailey, Dorian 51, 67, 68
Bair, Colleen 75, 125
Baker, Blair 35, 125
Baldwin, Bob 35, 55, 70, 125
Bangerter, Julie 58, 72, 125
Barber, Sue 125
Barker, Janell 20, 54, 58, 62, 104,
Beal, Jennie 54, 55, 125
Beck, Gay 64, 92,125
Saxton, Peggy 57, 73,121
Seals, Kent 121
Searle, Lee 59,121
Shelby, Brent 24, 55, 69, 91, 92, 99,
Shelley, Royce 62, 101, 102,l
Sherwood, Dan 60, 105,121
Shorrt, Ann 62,121
Sisson, Jay 121
Slater, Ann 51, 60, 68,121
Arlene 24, 31, 94,121
Jan 62, 63,100,121
Merrill 18, 20, 54, 61,
Sorenson, Ferril 62, 70, 121
Beck, Laralee 51, 58, 62, 66,68
Sorenson, Pam 105
Sorenson, Ray 121
Spafford, Ryan 18, 20, 60, 121
Bell, Bonnie 125
Belmont, Liza 55, 106, 125
Bennett, Doug 125
Bennett, Jay 125
Bennett, Lynn 59
Bennett, Roger 47, 70
Bezzant, Janet 73, 125
Biggins, Marian 55, 63, 92, 98, 104
Bird, Marty 126
Black, Jill 55,67, 126
Blackwell, Boyd 126
Boren, Dale 126
Bowers, Rick 126
Brady, Sylvia 51,68, 126
Bresee, Kent 104, 126
Briggs, David 126
Broadbent, Craig 34, 47, 70, 126
Brown, Erin 126
Brown, Alan 126
Buhler, Cathleen 63, 126
Burningham, Sherie 54, 126
Burch, Curtis 126
Carlson, joAnn 126
Carroll, Karen 51, 67,68, 92,126
Carson, Donna 127
Chadwick, Daleasa 127
Chadwick, Fred 59, 127
Chadwick, Irene 68, 127
Chidester, Dale 35, 47, 70, 127
Christensen, Kerry 23, 70, 127
Christensen, Pam 72, 127
Christofferson, Dawn 127
Clark, Carolyn 73, 127
Collins, Suzanne 127
Conner, Randy 73
Coochise, Verlinda 127
Cook, Kim 59, 127
Cook, Neil 47, 70, 127
Cook, Sherwood 62, 127
Coombs, Carlin 58, 66, 127
Cooper, Verna 72, 127
Cormani, Robert 127
Crawford, Glen 35, 47, 127
Croft, Ellen 64, 127
Croft, Terry 127
Davis, Debbie 128
Day, joy 51, 62,68, 128
Dean, Steven 30, 35, 70, 72, 128
Despain, joel 128
Deveraux, Mike 128
Deveraux, Scott 55, 99, 128
Devey, Duane 128 A
DeYoung, joan 51, 55, 68,128
Durfey, David 34, 70, 92, 128
Durrant, jolene 55, 58, 62, 63, 67,
Eastman, Kelly 59, 128
Edwards, Dineen 128
Elmer, Cindy 128
Evans, Beth 105, 128
Evensen, Carol Ann 73, 75, 128
Ezell, Diane 128
Ferguson, Cindy 54,'72, 128
Fitzgerald, Marilyn 128
Fox, Kim 35, 47, 70, 92,128
Frandsen, George 55, 75, 92, 128
Fraughton, Mike 129
Fugal, Sherrie 51, 68, 72, 129
Gardner, Vaughn 73
Garrett, Lewis 129
Gaster, Tammy 73, 129
Gates, Kay 129
Goodsell, janet 55, 72, 124, 129
Goodsell, Ginnie 55,68, 129
Goodwin, Vonda 129
Gray, Gary 34, 70, 92,129
Gray, Martell 34, 47, 59, l29
Greenland, Peggy 129
Greenland, Richard 35, 70, 96, 129
Greenwood, Richard 47, 69, 129
Griffiths, Floyd 47, 74, 129
Grindstaff, Alan 129
Grindstaff, David 47, 129
Guymon, Layna 66, 129
Hadlock, joye Gaye 22,66, 129
Hall, Phillip 58, 73,129
Hall, Tahnia 130
Halstrom, Brent 129
Hamnctt, LuAnn 92, 130
Hansen, Colleen 31, 55, 130
Hansen, Elizabeth 51 , 58, 67, 68,
Hansen, Gene 130
Hansen, Steven 130
Harvey, Debra 58, 62, 67, 106,
Harvey, Diane 58, 62, 67, 104,
Harward, Annette 130
Healey, Alese 130
Heaps, joseph 58, 130
Hegerhorst, Mark 34, 47, 59, 130
Heinz, jeff 130
l-lolmstead, Lori 72, 94, 130
Howell, jan 105, 130
Howell, Kim 130
Howland, Mike 131
Huggard, jim 55, 131
Humphries, Pat 131
Hunter, Rickie 131
Hunter, Tom 131
Hutchings, Cindy 131
jensen, Roy 18, 20,124,131
jeppson, joAnn 64, 68, 72, 131
john, Brad 131
johnson, Vickie 131
jolley, Rod 131
jones, Sherrie 131
Kenney, Susan 72, 131
King, Cathryn 55, 64, 68, 99, 131
Kitchen, RaNae 73,131
Kleinman, Dean 131
Kummer, Tommy 131
Larsen, joyce 54, 132
Larson, Susan 51, 62,66, 68, 74,
Leitner, joel 132
Lewis, Dan 132
Lindow, Ruth 132
Lloyd, Ricky 132
Louder, Cheryl 72,132
Lund, jerry 132
Lundin, Lonny 47, 58, 132
Manning, Kurt 132
Meanning, Milton 55
Matthews, jullee 55, 66, 96,132
Maxwell, jim 132
May, Teresa 51,618,132
McDaniel, jolene 72, 132
McFarlane, Clarke 132
McMillan, Kim 132
McTague, Colleen 54, 55, 58, 62,
McTague, jean 66,133
McTague, jone 66, 133
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Ritcha, Mike 34, 55,135
Roach, LaRena 135
Robinson, jay 59, 135
Robinson, Marilyn 66, 135
Robinson, Martha 67, 135
Rowe, Lilli 66, 135
Saunders, Richard 72, 135
Searle, Mary Ann 73, 135
Sellers, john 135
Shelley, Mike 35, 55, 70, 135
Singleton, Larry 69, 135
Sisson, Sally 72, 107, 135
Smith, Craig 135
Smith, Debra 135
Smith, Dennis 135
Smith, Mark 135
Mecham, Craig 133
Mecham, Dan 133
Mecham, Shirley 133
Memmott, james 133
Meryhew, Tony 73, 104, l33
Vliller, Annette 58,62,67, 133
Miller, Nancy 133
vlorse C thia 133
Vlott, Randy 70, 133
Vlurdoch, Susan 133
Smith, Rebecca 22, 58, 66, 75,
Spainhower, David 34, 55, 70,
Spencer, Alan 55, 58, 62, 63, 92,
Sorenson, Connie 22, 66, 74, 135
Spencer, Charlette 55, 66, 136
Stagg, Larry 136
Stonebraker, Keven 69, 136
Strain, Richard 136
Stratton, Carla 136
Vlyrup, Lorry 54, 55, 56
Nlash, Greg 73, 133
Nlielson, Debbie 67, 133
Noyes, Roberta 133
Parduhn, Marc 134
Parker, janet 67,134
Parker, LeAnn 64, 104,134
Parker, NaDeane 51, 68, 74, 134
Pate, Sue 73, 134
Patterson, Blaine 134
Peck, Dan 134
Peters, Rebecca 134
Peterson, Lori 55, 66, 72, 134
Pittman, Susan 134
Preston, MeriLu 55, 66, 134
Proctor, Scott 59, 134
Pulley, Vard 35, 70,134
Rasmussen, Kenneth 72
Street, Lynn 107,136
Strong, Kendall 47, 59, 136
Strong, Ray 104,136
Taylor. Bernell 47, 55, 136
Taylor, Karen 136
Terry, LaVon 63, 66, 74, 136
Terry, Susan 54, 136
Tolman, Sandra 63, 66, 136
Trexler, Bruce 136
TriPP, Mike 136
Vest, Brad 136
Wagner, Carlene 72, 136
Walker, David 137
Walker, Larry 137
Walker, Linda 137
Waller, Rita 137
Warenski, Rick 73,137
Rees, Scott 74, 134
Reimschiissel, Dennis 47, 134
Reimschiissel, james 63, 134
Rhodes, jay 55, 56, 134
Rhodes, Ann 134
Richan, Brook 63, 74, 75, 134
Richan, Debra 134
Richins, David 135
Richards, Anne 58, 61,63
Warnick, Kent 69, 72, 92, 124,
Warnick, Mason 137
Watkins, Gary 35, 70, 137
Watson, Randy 137
Wayne, Daniel 137
Webb, David 137
Webster, jeff 70, 137
Whiteman, Kathy 96, 104, 137
Wight, Danny 137
Wiscombe, Stan 18, 34, 70, 72,
Workman, Kathy 137
Workman, Rick 137
Wright, Marilyn 58, 62, 66,137
Wycherley, Ed 137
Abel, jeryl 73, 74, 138
Adams, Craig 39, 63, 69,138
Adams, j'Lene 138
Allen, Christine 138
Anderson, Carolyn 73
Anderson, David 138
Anderson, julie 138
Anderson, Kathy 138
Anderson, Ronald 59, 138
Andrews, David 138
Aston, Paul 138
Austin, Kelly 138
Bailey, Chaddette 139
Bair, Keith 139
Bair, Susan 139
Baldwin, Floyd 139
Bangerter, Grant 74, 75, 139
Barratt, Randy 39, 44, 139
Barratt, Rebecca 51, 68, 139
Bateman, Phyllis 73
Beck, Deri 139
Beck, jaNae 74, 139
Beck, Kim 139
Begay, Bessie 139
Begay, Elsie 139
Bills, Vickie 139
Binnall, Rebecca 139
Bird, RaNae 139
Bishop, Daniel 18,54, 139
Bishop, Gayle 51, 56, 68,139
Black, Susan 69, 139
Blackburn, Randy 18, 139
Blackburn, Scott 139
Boren, James 75, 139
Bowen, Debra 139
Bradshaw, Daniel 139
Brady, Paul 34, 47, 74, 75, 139
Brady, Scot 63,69, 140
Brems, Gary 58, 140
Brierly, Gail 58, 140
Brooks, Robert 18, 140
Bryant, Karla 140
Buckner, Jody 58, 140
Buhler, Rosanne 51, 68, 140
Bullock, Kevin 39, 140
Burgess, Jolene 140
Burningham, Kevin 59, 140
Cardon, Donna 73, 140
Carlisle, Scott 140
Carroll, LaMar 44, 50
Chamberlain, Dan 140
Chesnut, Cheryl 92, 138, 140
Chipman, Joe 140
Chipman, Kerry 75, 140
Christen, Gavin 39, 140
Christiansen, Patty 140
Clements, Debra 140
Clements, Keven 140
Collins, Phillip 140
Coochyumptewa, Virgie 51, 68, 140
Cook, Kathleen 140
Cooper, Alan 39, 44, 140
Cornell, Ralph 140
Cornell, Roger 141
Crawford, Mark 39, 47, 75, 141
Crookston, Doris 73, 141
Davis, Pat 73, 141
Davis, Ted 39, 63, 69,141
Day, Jens 141
Dean, James 39, 44, 74, 141
Dean, Reed 141
Depew, Laurie 18
Deveraux, Paula 73, 141
Devey, Heather 74, 141
Devey, Shirley 74, 141
Devitt, Mike 141
Doyle, Gary 44, 92, 138, 141
Draney, Kevin 141
Driggs, Beverly 141
Durrant, Barry 44, 141
Durrant, Marilee 141
Ellison, Sharlene 141
England, Gilbert 141
Evans, Hy Lee 39, 47, 141
Evensen, Pamela 74, 141
Ezell, Larry 141
Faddis, Mack 141
Fagan, Colleen 141
Fatheringham, Kathy 142
Fenn, Ann 141
Fillmore, Joel 142
Fletcher, Steve 142
Fowler, Mark 39, 142
Francom, Mark 142
Fraughton, Cody 39, 47, 142
Fraughton, Jim 142
Fraughton, Jody 142
Gasser, Clay 142
Goff, Jimmy 74,142
Gordon, Glade 142
Gordon, Jill 54,142
Graff, Danny 142
Grantham, Don 142
Gray, Cathy 142
Greene, Kim 142
Greening, Janet 73, 142
Greenland, Roy 39, 63, 142
Greymountain, LaVina 56, 143
Griffiths, David 47, 74, 143
Griffiths, Meg 107, 143
Hales, Mark 39, 44, 143
Hall, Julie 73, 143
Hall, Tim 39, 44, 143
Halley, LaRie 143
Hampton, Greg 58, 143
Hansen, Glen 143
Hansen, Tim 143
Hanson, Pam 143
Harvey, Ron 69, 143
Healey, Howard 143
Healey, Karl 143
Heaton, Kim 143 q
Hellewell, Merrilyn 68, 144
Herrera, Tom 73
Hight, Lynn 144
Hindley, Mike 144
Holindrake, Pam 56, 92, 144
Howell, Edmund 39, 144
Howland, Cynthia 144
Hunter, Valerie 144
Hutchinson, Dan 144
Hymes, Donna 144
Ince, Cydne 73, 144
Ingram, Bonnie 144
Iverson, Steven 39, 47, 75, 144
Ivins, Raymond 144
Jacobs, Shellie 92, 144
Jensen, David 144
Johnson, Kent 69, 144
Johnson, Nila 144
Jones, Jerry 144
Kaneko, Gayleen 144
Karren, Tom 39, 44, 144
Keller, Debra 144
Kelly, Sue 5l,68, 145
Kitchen, Boyd 58, 145
Larsen, Ken 145
Larson, Morna 56, 145
Larson, KayLynn 74, 145
Larson, Karen 69, 145
Laycock, Doug 145
Levie, Karren 145
Levie, Kent 39, 145
Lewis, David 39, 47, 63, 145
Lindow, Jim 145
Luttmer, Patricia 145
Maddox, Gary 73, 145
Magleby, Dixie 54, 58, 145
Manning, Sherlin 39, 44, 63,
Mason, Jono 73, 145 V
May, Carol 58
Mayne, George 145
McDaniel, Brent 145
McDaniel, Caren 145
McDonald, Susan 145
McMillan, Mary Sue 145
Meeks, Gene 146
Meranda, Cathy 73
Meryhew, Donald 146
Millward, Mardene 54, 146
Morris, Brad 146
Murdock, Jay 39, 74, 75, 146
Murdock, Stephen 146
Nash, Miriam 146
Neil, Sheila 146
Nell, Richard 73, 146
Nelson, Ann 146
Nicholes, Chris 39, 146
Nicholes, Sandy 39, 47, 55,
Pack, Marvin 146
Palmer, Mac 74
Parker, Barbara 74, 146
Pate, Julie 73, 146
Peterson, Denise 146
Phillips, Gary 39, 146
Pierce, Carol 146
Pinkerton, Cindy 146
Powell, Christine 146
Priday, Tom 74, 146
Pulley, Allen 63, 146
Reese, Lynn 146
Reimschiissel, Mark 146
Richan, Janet 74, 146
Richards, ReNee 147
Riebeek, Carolyn 147
Roberts, Carrie 147
Robertson, Melanie 147
Robinson, Brad 74, 147
Robinson, Claire 73, 147
Robinson, Robbie 39, 147
Ross, Terri 147
Rushton, Stephen 39, 92, 138,
Sagers, Paul 39, 47, 147
Sargent, Mark 73
Schear, Bradley 147
Schear, Brent 147
Schultz, Kim 147
Shafter, Kevin 74, 75, 147
Shelley, Christine 54, 56, 60,
63, 66 147
Shelley, Diane 147
Shelley, Harold 147
Shelley, Jane 54, 147
Shelley, Jocelyn 74, 147
Shepherd, Ilene 63, 74, 147
Sherwood, Deborah 74, 147
Shields, Craig 47, 75, 147
Shortt, Ken 39, 47, 147
Slater, Kevin 148
Smith, Christine 58, 148
Smith, Harold 74, 75, 148
Smith, Jill is
Spencer, Dane 55, 69, 148
Steele, Mark 148
Steiner, Anita 74, 148
Stowe, Terry 148
Strasburg, Max 34, 44, 148
Strasburg, Melba 51, 63, 68,
Strasburg, Robbie 39, 47, 74,
Strasburg, Sherie 73, 148
Strong, Debra 148
Sumsion, Sandra 54, 58, 148
Sykes, Mark 23, 74, 89, 148
Terry, Christine 148
Thomas, Janet 54,158
Thompson, James 148
Thompson, Mitchell 148
Thornton, Mike 148
Thornton, Nora Kay 18, 148
Thurston, Glenda 148
Tucker, Vickie 149
Turner, Becky 149
'1Hirner, Lora 74,149
Varney, Jon 39, 44, 50, 92, 149
Veater, Royce 149
Wagstaff, Kathleen 54, 58, 149
Walker, Kristine 54, 58, 149
Walters, Gisele 149
Walton, Robbie 74, 149
Wanless, Bonnie 149
West, Mike 149
Wetzel, Wayne 149
Whitby, Wesley 39, 47, 149
Wilkinson, LeAnn 73, 149
Wimmer, Charlotte 51, 68, 149
Wing, Craig 39, 44, 149
Withers, Wendy 74, 149
Wood, Laurie 56, 149
Wright, Elizabeth 149
Young, Grant 149
Young, Jack 39, 149
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places where after school hours can be spent. The
numbers and varieties of merchandise is limitless.
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CHIPMAN'S at 6 West Main in American Fork has merchandise to satisfy all your wants and needs.
Whether you're looking for men's or women's fashions, furniture or household appliances, Chipman's
is the complete shopping center.
SALT LAKE MUSIC COMPANY at 1343
South Main, has only the best in musical mer-
chandise. We carry brand name pianos like,
Knabe, Chickering, Steck, Weber, Hardman
and VVinter. Select from Bach, Buescher, Olds,
Armstrong, Vito and LeBlanc band instruments.
We also have Allen Organs and a large selection
of sheet music and small goods and accessories.
"You never grow too old to buy your gems and
watches at READ'S IEWELRY 8: GIFT SHOP
at 11 West Main in American Fork. Take a tip
from an old man like me and stop by for any
occasion at any age."
Diamonds are truly a girl's best friend at BULLOCK 8:
LOSEE on Provo's University Avanue. But don't just
dream about diamonds, come in and let us show you our
large selection of diamonds, silver, perfumes, watches
For the latest in fashions, shop AUERBACI-I'S at State and Broadway in Salt Lake City. Our name has become a
symbol of courteous service, high quality merchandise, and a pleasant atmosphere for shopping.
ORRI-l.ElGH'S at 77 East Main in American Fork, is
the number one wig center in north Utah County. We
invite you to try on our large assortment of fashionable
wigs. Remember you can don a new personality with
BURGESS MERCANTILE in Alpine, not only beckons
friendly citizens from the nearby neighborhood to make
a trade, but welcomes you to come in, no matter where
you come from.
TIMP VALLEY FLORAL at 54 East Main in American Fork can decorate your life with beautiful floral arrangements.
Let our flowers, cheer a friend, offer condolences, apologize, congratulate, celebrate special occasions, in fact, for
every occasion, send flowers.
THE BANK OF AMERICAN FORK at 33 East Main in American Fork is where the money's at-your money.
Checking, savings and loans are just a few of the many services the bank offers. Come in for service with a smile.
LEHI BAKERY at 172. West Main houses the world's finest baked goods. Come in and sample our mouth watering
goodies including cakes, pies, doughnuts, breads and rolls.
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After seniors graduate, they look back upon gradua-
tion night with nostalgia. They realize that this was the
tuming point of their lives.
Before this time they were happy-go-lucky and care-
free members of the school. But after this one night,
many of their classmates will never be seen again. Their
carefree life is gone and they must make important
decisions regarding their futures.
It's no wonder that these seniors have such ,fond
memories of graduation. After all, this was the last time
they were members of their high school.
Many of you will graduate soon and we want you to
have the best possible memories of graduation. AUTREY
BROTHERS INCORPORATED at 4530 South 2995 East
in Salt Lake City has caps and gowns to make this oc-
casion unforgettable and your memories lasting.
We are not only a drug store, but something more. We carry gifts too. So for gifts or medicine, shop at SMITH
DRUG COMPANY at 24 West Main in American Fork.
CORLEISSEN CAFE at 690 West State Road in Pleasant
Grove was tailor made to fit the tastes and appetites of
the selective citizens of north Utah County.
Come over to JACK Sr JILL BOWLING LANES on
East State Road in American Fork and see how fun it
is to bea partofthe bowling game, a great American sport.
This beautiful girl is rather low on gas! Whether she's
right here at home or half way across the country, she
swears up and down that she'll walk all the way to
GRANTS AMERICAN OIL SERVICE at 77 West Main
in American Fork.
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GORDON'S STUDIO at 60 East 3rd North in
American Fork is where the finest equipment is
used to make your photographs memorable.
CONOCO SERVICE STATION at 290 East State Road
in American Fork services your car with a friendly smile.
Drop by any time for a fill-up or a tune-up.
ALPINE PUBLISHING COMPANY at 66 West Main in
American Fork is the home of the Citizen, that fine
weekly newspaper which goes into the homes of scores
of families in north Utah County.
BROADBENT'S at 128 North 100 East in Lehi has the
widest selection of goods for all your needs and wants.
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SHOE STORE in American Fork. lt's a fine family store
with friendly service and the latest in foot fashions.
They also repair your shoes at a low cost with quick
and proficient craftsmanship.
U-SERVE GAS in American Fork stays open long hours
because they like to give their customers a fair chance at
American Fork's lowest priced gas.
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HATCH JEWELRY at 33 West Main in American Fork
boasts the official school ring of the American Fork
High School Cavemen. Come in and try one on, we'll
give you a perfect fit.
GOODSELUS MARKET at 85 East 400 North in
American Fork is the store you've always been look-
ing for, with service to please you.
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TRI-CITY MOTOR COMPANY at 190 East Main in American Fork is the home of the latest Fords. Drive in one of
this year's new cars and see for yourself how luxurious a Ford can be, at a low price you wouldn't believe.
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The ARCTIC CIRCLE at 496 East State Road in
American Fork has remodeled to help serve you more
efficiently. Come and try our tummy tempting delights.
Remember when you had to use a back breaking wash-
board? And you couldn't even get your clothes clean.
Well, now it's all changed. At ELLISON CLEANERS at
139 East Main in American Fork we use the most modern
equipment to assure quality cleaning.
GREENWOOD CARPET at 560 West State Road in
American Fork has mountains and mountains of quality
carpeting reaching up to their balloon floating in the sky.
ERMA'S HOUSE OF BEAUTY at 574 East Main in
American Fork is the parlor the ladies go to who want to
add a little glamour to their lives. Try us sometime.
We'1l give you just the right touch of beauty, a secret
only Erma knows.
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I-IALSTROM MOTORS INCORPORATED AND MARINE at 598 East State Road in American Fork is the home of
American Motors: Iavelin, Gremlin and Hornet. We also have Crestliner Boats and Mercury Motors.
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cleaner. Bring your clothes in to have that extra special service that we always give.
Do like Kathleen Mayne and stop by THE WIGI-IT Whether you're a ski enthusiast, a big or small game
HOUSE at 1East Main in American Fork and look at our hunter, a tall tale fisherman or a weekend camper, shop
beautiful clothes. When you gaze into the mirror, you'll at ROBlNSON'S SPORTING GOODS COMPANY at
discover how elegant you can look with our fashions. 44 West Main in American Fork.
For the latest in hair styles and all beauty needs come BRADSHAW AUTO PARTS at 67 West Main in
to IO'S FASHIONS at 98 West Main in Lehi. American Fork is the king of the underhood. Tell the
gang to come on down and get their parts at Bradshaws.
The big boss'll be glad you did.
GENE HARVEY CHEVRCLET SALES AND SERVICE at 1 West Main in American Fork introduces you to the
most handsome car-the Chevrolet, still America's most luxurious low priced car.
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Don'tletthecoldgetto you. Let GUNTI-IER COMFORT
AIR at 31 North 100 West in American Fork, heat and
IVINS' SELF SERVICE AND CAR WASH in American cool your home for year 'round comfort.
Fork is a unique business. We are pleased to be the only
service station that washes your car and fills your tank.
Whether you're looking for a posie for your gal or a
beautiful flower arrangement for mom, come to LEHI
FLORAL at 235 North lst East.
PINKERTON MEATS at 34 North Merchant in
American Fork is where the chops and steaks taste
and smell as delicious as they look. Our slogan is
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I. C. PENNEY COMPANY at 42 West Main in American
Fork. For the latest in fashions at prices you'll love,
shop at Penney's.
BELVA'S BEAUTY SALON at 397 North lst East in
American Fork was not built to cause envy between
twin sisters, but if you look closely at the twin on the
right you will see how she longs to look like the twin on
the left. Yes, Belva's makes all the difference in the world.
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is the happiest store in town. Everyone who goes there
walks out happy because he has bought a brand new
sofa, bed, rocker or G. E. appliance.
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Everybody at HENNY PENNY FRIED CHICKEN at
306 West Main in American Fork is saying Hmmmmmm,
good." After the first bite of delicious chicken, you'II
be saying it too.
REAM'S FOOD BARGAIN ANNEX on East State
Road in American Fork is where a shopper's dream
comes true. Compare our low prices and have
a -Ream's dream.
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I place you'll want to get your next car. And you'll want
, to keep it gassed up at MARVlN'S 66 SERVICE
,, . STATION at 106 East Main in American Fork.
AMERICAN FORK NURSERY at 324 East State Road
is a fine place to go for all your gardening needs. Walk
through our gardens sometime and see our fine selection
of imported shrubs and trees-something to make your
ALLEN'S DRUG 8: FOOD FAIR at 455 East State Road
CHRISTENSEINVS DEPARTMENT STORE at 56 W9Sf in American Fork is a smart store for smart shoppers
Main in American Fork invites you to drop by and let who Want to buy the best and save.
them show you their unlimited selection of shirts, pants,
blouses, and many other items. Christensen's prices are
low. Shop Christensen's and save.
MARKO AUTO PARTS at 63 East Main in American
Fork has parts to fit all cars. Drop in and let us help
you with your car's needs.
When your needs are financial, see the folks at GROVE
FINANCE at 69 East Main in American Fork.
For Bunnies-Easter Bunnies that is-or a wide selection
of gifts and hardware, shop at SPROUSE REITZ
COMPANY at 53 West Main in American Fork.
For extra special service, with prescriptions, gifts or
emergency items, come to TAYLOR DRUG at 27 East
Main in American Fork.
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