Apache Junction High School - Prospector Yearbook (Apache Junction, AZ)

 - Class of 1978

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"My funniest happening at school was during my junior year when I was walking down the sidewalk. The bottom of my shoes had crepe soles. Before I knew it my soles got stuck on the cement. I tumbled onto my knees, and they were black and blue for a whole month," said Laura Celis. -1 - ff ii Y 'Q rw' 'r-.,, e, i E., I X, .Q as 1 I x fe ' :rt '51, W wt 11 A, 1 I gs? J X' a' , 'A Mt , . I Donna Danielson 545 David f i' Shawn Pikes I Robert Eiles Jodi Fowkes T 'V WN f Gina Gibbia To m Gillette Kim Graham Ray Guzman Class favorites dissolve hours away As seniors ended their last high school days, it was truly a time for reflection for memories of classes that took them to the threshold of gradua- tion. The classes they slept in, the ones in which they glanced at their watches for countdown, and the classes some even "forgot" to attend. There were the classes they anxiously awaited at the start of each day - sub- jects that satisfied their appetites, stim- ulated their imaginations, and even gave them the pride of knowledge. In a landslide victory, seniors voted lunch as their favorite class. flt was also reported that not one student flunked lunchlj The subject of fondest recollections for seniors was home economics. fWhat student could resist stuffing themselves with homemade delicacies day after day'?J Another favorite subject was art, a class in which students could release their creative energies and create a masterpiece. Other subjects enjoyed by seniors were: woods, algebra, welding, govern- ment, biology, and free enterprise. - Sue Vaughn llj Prospector's offensive line peeling Bourgade defenders off. Chris Barwick, senior. on a "screen" pass from Quarterback Sam Marquez. senior. Prospectors came up short with a 22-8 loss to Bourgade. Take 9 Senior closeups

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Seniors animate spirit, providing foota e for others "Faster horses. younger women, older whiskey. and more money" were some of the hobbies seniors jckiugly jotted as their favorites. Sports. girl watching. and horse- back riding ranked top in the minds of seniors. Sports battled their way to the top with 20 out of the 90 seniors surveyed favoring sports to all pastimes. The rugged seniors proved their love for the great outdoors in a variety of hobbies. Hunting. fish- ing. camping. and hiking seem to be common ground for all seniors. Drawing. art. guitar. and music were among the favorites for the more "culturally enriched" stu- dents. Motorcycles made another power slide for seniors with mechanics trailing close behind. Managing to put down their books to answer the survey were the many "bookworms" who favored reading. Picking up their favorites hob- bies. a number of seniors citing sewing as an enjoyable pastime. Strange as it sounds. boy watch- ing ranked as a losing hobby. fWhy is it the girl watchers made it to the top?J Making the charts but not appearing in the finals were stamp collecting. photography. skiing. piano playing. and record collect- mg. Perhaps too busy chowing down to cast their votes. a few seniors admitted spending most of their time eating and cooking. The I978 graduates proved to be an all-around group. Though there may be a variety of people with dif- ferent interests and hobbies. all agree they like just having a good time wherever they go. - Mike Bell and Sue Vaughn ""' in Vince Cherryholmes Debbie Ch Carrie r ' 1- . HW ' 5:9 w,g'M fi ' ' - 'Q rf! If sg ii' ri w W - Q'i'LWt1ftii ' - f ml l 'ff 'Mill' ' . W 'QM Us Gary Cook Take 8 Senior closeups Kevin Ken Cummins Phil Curtis



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T Se al i "Being the backbone of the band isn't all there is to being the drum major." said Senior John Taraborelli. "A drum major is a person who leads and directs the band, but they also help other students. For instance. when someone needs help with his or her instrument. I have to be there to assist them." John started out playing instru- ments in the sixth grade. Strum- ming the guitar and blowing the trumpet were the beginning. "Drum majoring is not always so easy to do because it takes patience and cooperation," said John. Requirements for drum major included: l. You must be a junior or sen- ior. 2. Being familiar with the school, people, and most of all, the band itself. 3. Having previous experience marching and playing. Advantages of a drum major included: "Leading the band. wearing a terrific uniform, and being given so many opportunities. Drum majoring is a super way to Top classmen double expose past, present, future J R 1- 0-1 5.2 ,Mgt ' 2 it' Cheryl Hamilton LaDell Harrison Hawkins- ' Dean Haws -Mr- VIS" leam responsibilities," said John. - April Graffa 91 Placing a quick phone call on the school phone is Senior Dawn QE' ,V' ll 'l Ryan. Jeff Hays Randy Hays Frank at-..... . B ff, .Y I y V Jkt A 1 Q ' sit' id? - .1 "LJ-"' " 1' -QTASVL is ' . . " " .aaa . fsflll. ,' ' . "',i A fi ' i . W: y l Fwffw at - l Wu ' . it I Chris Charlie Hunt Noreen Ingram ammie

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