Apollo High School - Olympus Yearbook (Glendale, AZ)
- Class of 1979
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Text from Pages 1 - 230 of the 1979 volume:
Apollo High School
8045 N 47th Ave
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Cover designed by Joe Ament
APOLLO HIGH SCHOOL IS
This school was opened for the public in
1969. We have grown from a student body
of 995 to over 2,600 students. Throughout
the years, many changes have been made,
but in some ways we are the same as we
have always been.
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A PLACE WHERE
ALL THE THINGS . . .
We have made it through this year keep-
ing in mind all of the pep assemblies,
dances, elections and the everlasting
classes we went through in 1978-79.
WE HAVE CHERISHED .
The memories of our high school years will
stay with us for many years to come. At
times, some of us will reminisce about these
moments. We may recall the good and the
bad, but the best of the memories will re-
REMIND US OF
Throughout the year, we had
many reminders of the tradi-
tional activities ofthe past. The
Homecoming and Sweetheart
activities, dances, the prom,
and sporting events, fall are im-
printed upon our minds as well
as the new traditions.
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NOW WE ARE READY
After we graduate, each of us
goes our own way. Our four
years in high school will pre-
pare us for our goals. We go
through tests, assignments,
and lectures. Right now these
do not seem to make as much
sense as it will later.
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HERE TODAY .
During our time at high school we feel as if
we will be here forever. But then our senior
year comes and goes so quickly, and before
we have had time to enjoy it, we are at
graduation and going on the Disneyland trip.
To some of us, the future is not as important
as the time we spend today.
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In high school it seems like we are tied down
and have many responsibilities. We have
classes that we must pass, obligations to-
wards the school, and requirements for
some classes. But, in fact, we do not as
compared to those we will have later on
during our lives. We should take advantage
of these years as much as possible. We
should be feeling life as it is now. We should
be feelin' free.
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Entertainment of 1979:
Box Office Hits:
"Up in Smoke"
"Mork and Mindy"
Rocky" L .
"Gone With the Wind"
"Saturday Night Live"
"W.K.R.P. in Cincinatti"
Billy Joel: 52nd Street
Styx: Pieces of Eight
Boston: Don't Look Back
Heart: Dog and Butterfly
'Billy Joel: The Stranger
Jefferson Starship: Earth
THE 1979 SPIRIT
My Mother My Self
Running and Being
The Holcroft Covenant
i102 Favorite Paintings
OF FEELING FREE
People of 1979:
Pope John Paul I
People in the Headlines,
Tyson Brothers and Greenawalt Escape
John Travolta: Male Sex Symbol
Mao Tse Tung Visits U.S.
Hogan's Hero Star, Bob Crane Slain
Shah of Iran Exiled
Tyson Brothers Revenge on Greenawalt
Trial For Mass Murders
News of 1979:
Cleveland, Ohio Goes Bankrupt
Balance of Trade Unfavorable to U.S.
December Floods Second-of Year y
Catholic Papacy Forced to Choose Two
Popes in One Year
Minimum Wage Raised to 352.90
Pres. Carter Asks Congress for Education
Dept. Seperate of Health and Welfare
Sports of 1979:
Alabama, U.S.C. ffl
Pittsburg Steelers- 35 over Dallas
Cowboys 31 in Superbowl XIII
N.Y.Yankee's over L.A. Dodger's i
Wimbeldon Tennis Tournament-
Virginia Wade, Bjorn Borg
REACHING FOR YOU
HOMECOMING ROYALTY 1978
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Seniors: Dave Wagner, Rhona Rivette Juniors: Andy Acedo, Jeri Jean Eldridge
Sophomores: Rob Weaver, Melissa Nash Freshmen: Chris Werner' Vlek, Chaney
HO ECOIVIINGQ DREAMS
OF FEELING FREE
In the years that Apollo has been
built, we have only won one of our
homecoming games. This year we
won our second game against Agua
Fria 34-7, making this year's home-
coming more unique. During the
week to build up enthusiasm for the
game there was a male beauty con-
test, a 3-legged race, Scope Day and
other spirit promoting events. The
winners of the male beauty contest
were, during first lunch Jim Meeks
and during second lunch "Gumby"
Williams. Many ravishing beauties
participated in this contest. The
Sophomores and Seniors won the 3-
legged races after some close fin-
ishes by the other classes. Scope
Day was a dress-up day to produce
the crazy, carefree mood needed at
homecoming. On homecoming day
there was the school's first all
school assembly ...
The agony of competition in the 3-legged race.
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Above: Apollo's vainglorious male beauties
David Prazac, Jane Bates, and Richard Dickey hand out ballots
Bob Horner became Apollo's lst member of the Hall of Fame,
The assembly held on the football field brought the school
together for the first time, which created the unity neces-
sary for our win. At half-time during the game we crowned
our homecoming royalty and awarded the annual trophy for
the prize winning float. This year the Sophomores won first,
the Seniors took second, the Juniors were given third and
the Freshmen float was fourth. The Sophomores victory
was the second year in a row in which they have taken the
annual trophy. Homecoming after the winning game con-
cluded its eventful end with the celebration of a homecom-
ing dance which everyone seemed to enjoy.
Mary Fitzpatrick and her partner enjoyed the dance.
Hopeful Seniors arrive with their class float.
50'S BRINGS FUN FOR ALL
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A A, Nostalgia reigned in an unusual twist during
3 ,L . ' , 50's week which was sponsored by the Srs.
W This year's 50's week was unique due to the
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lunches, during the basketball game and at the
dance to enthusiastic audiences. Other lunch
?4 hour activities included bubblegum chewing,
sg,-J marshmellow string eating in pairs, hula hoop-
, ing, gold fish eating for a free dance pass and a
Volkswagon stuffing contest. The champion
MMACHQUW bubble gum chewers were Jackie Harker, Jr.
T ' and Jeff Dietrich, Sr. The winning pair of the
string marshmellow eating contest was Me-
lanie Hastings and Mike Lanning both Jrs. The
winning hula hoopers were Melanie Hastings,
Jr. and Laurie Shannon, Sr. The Sophs. and
Srs. were both victorious during the lunch
hours of squeezing the most people into a
Donny Wells, Buck Arbuckle, and Neil Pierce, swallow bravely as a cupful of raw
eggs go slithering down their throats. All of them managed to keep down the
raw eggs which was easier than the goldfish.
Fifties week, a time of rowdiness and fun during the lunch hours was
captured in the Volkswagon stuffing contest. Although the space was
cramped, the contest was enjoyed by all.
As a festivity of fifties week, the Pom and Cheer lines switched roles.
In bobble socks and saddleshoes, the Pom Pon line cheered the
crowds on to the varsity's basketball team's victory.
BLUES BROS. TDP 5O'S WEEK
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Brian Bale, sings one of the songs from the Blues Brothers Four of the members play to a tune from the album "Blues Brothers." The
hit album. group of seniors put in many hours of practice to perfect their performance.
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Students dressed in clothes of the 50's gave the band the most support when they
played at both lunch periods during 50's week earlier this year. Right: members of
the horn section are shown while they pause in between the song they performed.
The cafeteria was crowded during both
lunches to watch the imitation of the la-
test band that has come back from the
5O's- The Blues Brothers. Brian Bale and
Jeff Horstman played Joliet Jake and El-
wood Blues, the lead members of the
band. Other members included Mike Eas-
terly, Tom Stoner, Alan Mast, Peter
Bauer, Dan O'Connor, Ken Stutzman,
Steve Stone, and Donny Wells.
MELODRAMATIC COMEDY PREMIERS
Felicity Fair trys to tell Malvern Larkfield that she cannot marry him
because of her amnesia.
Cyril Bothingwell played by Ed Estes, tells Brocton played by Jim John-
son, the scheme he will be using to take over the mansion.
"Caught in the ViIlian's Web," directed by Bill Fer-
rell, was the fall play of the 1978-1979 school year.
The melodrama began its showing of three days on
November sixteenth. Leading roles were Felicity Fair
played by Karen Zieser, Malvern Larkfield portrayed
by Jeff Orsburn, Regina Larkfield played by Patty
McMahon and, Cyril Bothingwell -the villian- per-
formed by Ed Estes.
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Above: Regina Larkfield talks to Nella Hargrave, played by Janet
West, about the arrival of her nurse Felicity Fair. Below: Junior,
Dean Bonzani as Dr. Belch, comments on the severe illness of
AT APOLLO HIGH SCHO0L
Above: Seniors Jeff Orsburn as Malvern Larkfield and Karen
Zieser as Felicity Fair quietly discuss the days events. Left: Mal-
vern Larkfield expresses to his sister, Lona, his true love for
Nurse Felicity Fair.
Upon Felicity Fair's arrival at Larkfield Mansion in the fall play "Caught in the Villian's Web", Regina
Larkfield looks around grimly at the prospect of having a nurse.
A FUNNY THING HAPPENED ON THE
Kneeling down to his owners feet, the slave Dean Bonzani kisses
Domina's dress, portrayed by Pati McMahon.
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Competing for the love of Phila, played by Cathy Finn, Atero, played by
Jesse Ramariz, finally wins her over from the guard.
Row 1: Dean Bonzani, Mike Lang, Jesse Rarnariz, Cathy Finn, Patti McMahon, Jim Johnson, Steve
Holloway, Jeff Orsborn, Tom Dvorak. Row 2: Tammy Kirkpatrick, Glen Rabinowitz, Deanna Pauk,
Jim Porter, Kelly Anderson, Heidi Linovitz, Julie Mumpy, Jeri Jean Eldridge, Jennifer Johnson,
Farron Jackson, Donna Estep. Row 3: Mike Gaqua, Mark Laube, Michelle Jones, Karen Zieser, Pat
Vincent, Melissa Nash, Curtis Stroul, Kelly McDonald, Carole Wenzl.
WAY TO THE FORUM AT AHS
While Senex, played by Jim Johnson, looks upon the happy couple, Domina turns away
because of her unhappiness with the match.
Pseudolus the slave played by Jeff Orsburn and Marcus Lycus played by Mike Lang fight
over the maiden Phila.
This hilarious musical of Latin comedy
and the zany nonsense of vaudeville
are all included in the madcap romp of
a show called "A Funny Thing Hap-
pened On The Way To The Forum."
This musical was first written by Plau-
tus, a Roman author from the first cen-
tury A.D. ln 1958, it was adapted to the
American stage. The main characters
include Pseudolus played by Jeff Ors-
burn, Hysterium played by Dean Bon-
zani, Hero performed by Jesse Ra-
mariz, Phila played by Cathy Finn and
Miles performed by Tom Dvorak.
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DARRYL HALE CHOSEN AS VA
Darryl Hale has been chosen as Valedictorian for the
78-79 school year. During his senior year, Hale was
President of National Honor Society, a member of Key
Club, and a delegate of Model U.N. His junior year, Hale
was President of the Black Student Union Club and is a
member this year.
Hale has participated in such sports as Freshman
Baseball and Freshman and Junior Varsity Basketball.
His plans for the future are to attend Cornell or Howard
University and to major in Social Science so that he
can become a corporate lawyer.
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CATHY AND PAM SHARE HONOR
The co-Salutatorians for the 1978-79 school year are
Pam Henderson and Cathy Farrier. Both were involved
in the National Honor Society and Key Club, along with
being excellent students.
Farrier participated in a community program to help
children in South Phoenix. She would like to enter a
field that is exciting and challenging, possibly the medi-
cal field or business administration.
Henderson was involved in Junior Achievement her
sophomore year. She would like to have a job where
she could be out-of-doors. Her career desires are to be
either an obstetrician or an oceanographer.
DIFFERENT CULTURE EXCITING
Here are this year's foreign exchange students: Sari Ruiz, Lene Mahler, Annette Pfeiffer, Asa Anderson
This year's foreign exchange
program is very active with
four students. Although a
few difficulties have arisen
all of the students have done
very well. This past year on
campus you will have seen
the smiling faces of Asa An-
derson from Sweden, Lene
Mahler from Denmark, An-
nette Pfeiffer from EI Salva-
dor and Sari Ruiz from Deli-
cias, Mexico. We are Iuckier
this year to increase our
number of foreign exchange
students. All of the students
are enjoying their new fam-
ilies as they took over a new
life trying to learn the ways
of America. Of course, there
are differences at Apollo
which everyone agrees is dif-
ferent than their native
countries, but most of them
like the changes.
Asa Anderson enjoys herself in class
One of the serious sides of Sari Ruiz.
Lene Mahler helping at one of the dances.
Some of the changes in
which they had to adapt to
were the layout of the
school campus, the new de-
gree of strictness of the ad-
ministration rules and the
varied attitudes of Apollo
students. All of them agreed
that they liked the involve-
ment of Apollo students in
the school's activities and
the kind, encouraging teach-
ers. Best of all they liked the
friendships that were made
with friendly students. Over
all Apollo gained many
things from our foreign
friends. Most of all everyone
realized that except for mi-
nor different small things,
everyone is the same all
over the world. Due to the
success of the Apollo foreign
exchange program this year
it is hoped that it will contin-
Annette Pfeiffer learns that class isn't all work.
SMITH EARNS TEACHING HONOR
UYOLICBD bethe bestreacherintheiJnwerse,but
you cant teach anyone H they dont wantto
learnu says ApoHo facuHy rnenwber Enwneh
Snnth.SnMth was chosen outoffwe HnaHstsfor
Anzonas teacher ofthe year award for 1978.
Carolyn Warner, State Superintendent of Public
lnstruction, presented Smith with his award on
November 25th. The ceremony was attended by
students as well as education officials throughout
the state. For Snnth to be nonnnated,leHers
fron1 students, parents,facuHy rnen1bers, and
Principal Dean Bennett had to be given to the
Board of Educahon to be exannned. Then Hve
finalists were chosen based on their recommen-
Qnce H was opened,and has been ateacherfor
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of Public Instruction, during a ceremony held November 25th.
g Emmett Smith stops to listen to one of his student questions during one of
' his lectures.
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GRADUATIO FOUND SENIOR
The class of "79" is here today in
spirit, here to stay in memory, and
feeling free forever. The years 1975
through 1979 will never leave the
hearts and minds of this year's sen-
iors. The graduating class showed
their enthusiasm by participating in
spirit weeks activities. For the tradi-
tional trip, the seniors went to Dis-
neyland. That was enjoyed thor-
oughly. Seniors looked forward to
the annual intramural flag football
game. Many seniors dressed up for
the 50's week festivities putting the
occasion in the highlight of the year.
Gary Adams Wendy Agersea
Senior Class Council: Donny Wells, Lori Parks, Vice President, Gwen Ammen, Secretary:
Rhona Rivette, President: Gena Hedin, Jill Wolfenden, Meri Saver, Jeff Horstrnan, Janine
Monachelli, Karen Cole, Barbara Troutman, Robin Greenlee, Jeff Dieterich.
Stephen Akers Larry Alvarez Manuel Amarillas Joe Ament Gwen Ammen Asa Andersson
Roger Anderson Alice Andrade Elizabeth Andrade Joe Andrade Rod Andrewson Billie Andrick
EADY FOR THE "REAL WORLD"
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Steve Anthony Elizabeth Arenivaz
Brian Bale Frances Banda
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Nancy Barrette Cory Bartz
Frank Aspeitia John Baer Douglas Bakken Gilbert Baldenegro
Asta Barden Kathy Baresel Jeff Barker Michelle Barrette
Peter Bauer Kathie Baxter Cathy Beaty Susan Beebe
Libby Bellltter Barbara Bend
Carla Palmer prepared an oral interpretation for
a speech class. Demonstrative and persuasive
speeches were also assigned this year.
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Barbara Bice Brad Birdsell Lisa Black Perry Black Margaret Blake Steve Blake
Jean Bonora Denise Booher Damon Bosak Sherrye Bosick Debbie Boucher
Edie Brannon Laurie Bratcher Jane Bremser
Senior Kelly Tilford studies during Arizona History class to play the
role of The President of the House of Representatives.
TALENTED CLASS OF '79
Tammy Briner Dirk Brodish Diane Brown Laurie Bruce Lynn Brzezinski Alan Burchfield
David Burkett Mark Burkett Cathy Burrus Daniel Bushey David Bushey Suzie Callow
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Suzanne Canady Sharon Canik Matt Capron Kirk Carpenter Daniel Carrasco Dale Carroll
David Carroll Lisa Carruthers Patricia Carstensen
A senior favorite pastime, relaxing and munching on goodies, is being
practiced by senior Manuel Amarillas while observing the Pom Pom
girls and Cheerleaders doing their cheers.
SENIORS FINISHED FOUR YEARS
Eileen Cello Greg Cheyne Jeff Childs Jongin Chung
Tom Parkinson, Wes McKeage, Diane Woods,
Mitzi Cilley Pam Cisneroz Becky Clark Julie Coast Jeanette G"'ZZeu' and Lance Mecham took 'n
Laurie Cohen Karen Cole Kelley Coleman Steve Compton Ross Conroy Mark Converse
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Linda Convery William Copeland Crystal Crowl Todd Crusan Joe Cruz Carla Cuellar
G MANY ATHLETIC MARKS
Michael Cummings Steve Cunningham Masume Daliri Dan Daly
a discussion on lack of heroes in today's soci-
ety' Donna Daly D'Andrea Janice Danforth Terry Daniels
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Nickie Darilek Debbie Davis Rob Decker Rennie DeFrance Theresa Degard Brad DeGroot
Guadalupe Diaz Paul Dickerson Jeff Dieterich Juanita Dobbs Steven Dodds Chris Domme
JOBS KEPT MANY SENIORS BUSY
Kerry Dove Brian Drane Russell Driver
Seniors Dan Hawk and Pam Milton look amazed and disgusted
while listening to the comments of one of the guest speakers in Steve Duckworth Joni Duncan Les Duncan
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Mike Duncan Joe Dunevent Patti Dunkin Sue Dusel Kerrie Earle Larry Eastburn
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Bruce Elliott David Elwood Kent Ek Christina Engel Tom Ennis Steve Essig
Mary Ann Fabritz Linda Fagan
Sue Farrell Cathy Farrier
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Darryl Faulkner Cathy Finn
Kimbeny . Maryeileen Debra Flores Julie Ford Carleen Freiwald William Friedlander
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Steve Galpin Danny Garcia Elizabeth Garcia
Senior Debbie Boucher tried to disregard the
lecture on the Legislative Branch during her
Arizona History by talking to one of her
friends while a classmate in the background
already has his attention on the camera. Ari-
zona History is a required class for gradu-
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Stan Garcia Rebecca Garland Cathy Gay
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Denise Hold Barbara Hood Betsy Hord
Tammy Hughes Kenneth Hynick Carol Jacobs
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Juliet Jett Mary Jiunta Laura Johnson
Senior Rudy Guglielmo and his date found the refreshments at
homecoming enjoyable, Homecoming this year was again sponsored
by the Student Council. This year's Homecoming dance brought
back many alumni.
Jeff Horstman Shelly Hudson Anna Huerta
Tracy Jacobs Joe Jakubowski Mike Jaqua
Pat Johnston Scott Jones Ruby Judee
Chris Karlsrud Harvey Keefer Edie Keenan
SRS. FINAL YEAR PROVED TOUGH
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Kathy Kelly Sheila Kelly Kimberly King
Scott King Ann Kitsopoulos Lori Klujeske
Senior Mitch Long and fellow classmate work patiently to finish a
proiect in their Mass Media Class while concentrating on ideas at the
same time which involves a lot of hard work
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Terry Knight George Kraynak Sandy Krill Kristin Klandrud Frank Krossman Karen Kudreyko
Edmund Kunaschk Mark Lange Randy Langenhuizen Jack Lanley Deana Lemonovich Gary Levine
EXTRACURRICULAR ACTIVITIES KEPT
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Tony Lincoln Don Linder Heidi Linovitz Betty Lopez
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Mark Love Margie Lachick Larry Lachick Margaret Luffman 'US to 891 flmshed befvre the bell H085-
Rusty Maddox Gail Mahef Lene Mahler Thomas Marin Karen Marki Randall Marmor
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Ch"iST0Dhe" Marsh Michelle Van Mafiel' Bill Martin Gregory Martin Marty LaBarr Allan Mast
MANY A.H.S. SENIORS BUSY
Lance Mecham Rhonda Meek
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Sandra Mastin Pennie Miller
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college visitation day in which Representa-
tives from Arizona Colleges visited campus.
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Walter Mitchell Janine Monachelli Kim Moore
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Colleen Murphy Kristina Murray Kevin Murri
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Charles McCollum Janet McCormack Wes McKeage Michelle McKnight Patti McMahon
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Richard Nunez Khanh Nguyen
Ralph Nelson Teresa Nelson Tom Nelson John Nesmith
Rhonda Noble Dan O'Connor Deanne Ogden Andy Olivo
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Janet Schaub listened as instructions were given in her Distributive Education Class. The
Deca Class informed students of the situations encountered in the business world.
SRS. FACED NEW CHALLENGES
Carla Palmer Tom Parkinson Lori Parks
Annette Pfeiffer Kevin Peckham Greg Pedersen
Becky Pine Phillip Ponce Karen Pless
Maureen Parren Brenda Paul
Gwen Perlman Allen Pickering
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Shari Poor Robert Pryor
Richard Rauba Holly Reese
Senior Rusty Maddox practiced intently to make sure he was pre
pared to play during the halftime activities at homecoming.
SE IORS SOUGHT CAREER HELP A
Judy Rogers Robert Rojas
Seniors Rhona Rivette and Barbara Troutman
prepared posters to be used at the mixer
Patricia Rh0deS BruCe Riala Gene Richards Robert Richards
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Bill Roberts Melinda Robinson Stacy Robinson Lucia Roclevitch
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Glenn Saracino Amy Saunders Meri Saver Janet Schaub
Mitchell Sadberry Richard Sample
Robert Schultejann Kittie Schweiger Marcella Scire Debbie Scott
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ENIORS DECIDE O COLLEGE
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Christina Torres Jose Torres
Terri Tucker Darlene Turner
Debbie Vance Sandra Vasquez
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Heidi Turner Judy Tuttle Jody Umbertino Brad Vance
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Hayden Williams Vicki Wilson Michael Winters Jill Wolfenden Diane Woods Rand Wood
Tammy Woodward Kim Wronkoski Dawn Yeley Greg Yodis
Seniors Eileen Cello, Jennifer Berry, Susan Beebe, and Libby Marie Bellitter took part in a
discussion in their Family Living Class. Discussions were a regular part of this class.
ANNUAL UTOPIAN BLDOD DRIVE
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JRS. PLAN FOR FUTURE
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Tom Campion works constructively on his project for his upholstery class.
Each student must make a required number of projects a year.
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assignment in her U.S. History class.
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U.S. HISTORY, A REAL CHALLENGE
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Andy Acedo and Jeri Jean Eldridge were chosen Junior atten-
dants for this year's Homecoming against Agua Fria.
Debra Rodriguez listened closely as information on demon-
strative speeches was given in Mr. VaiI's speech 1-2 class.
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Before the lunch hour ends Jeri Eldridge, Denise Gilbert, Diane Baugh,
and Denise Winter talk about their next hour's assignments.
Julie White and Dennis Holden work with others in a group assign
ment in their basic composition class.
PRE-COLLEGE TESTS PROVE TOUGH
Sherri Lachman and Tammie Wright went to their lockers
early to get their books to avoid the after lunch last minute
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Jeff Brown sat and contemplated what the test in U.S. History would be about.
All Juniors were required to take U.S. History as a part of their class schedule.
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CLASS PREPARED FDR BIG PRO
Rick Kelly walks towards his locker to ex-
change books for another class as many stu-
dents do between classes.
As Shawn Blomgren gets his books out of his
locker he turns around just as the camera
catches his unexpected expression.
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JRS. IN TO SCHOOL AFFAIRS
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fights and senior raids, the float looked pretty good even though it took third place.
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Jeff Sears, junior, sits with a friend after eating lunch, stares into space
thinking about his upcoming week of classes.
As a classmate looks on, Rhonda Dies gives a speech.
Robin Smith, Junior, enjoys showing some of the moves she
displays as drum majorette during football season.
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Juniors made up a large part of the team.
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Junior, Mike Danley, quietly smiles at a small joke in a discussion group
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the class included clay pottery, working with copper jewelry, and metal works. The class is popular throughout the school.
Debi Miller and Jody Kacura, both juniors, talk over a part in
the book that they are both reading.
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watch one of the lunch time activities.
Cindy Narloch, trys on this longhorn skull over her head.
SOPHO ORES BECAME INVCLVED
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James Porter and Amy Beck both sophomores are just some out of the many students at Apollo who took art this year. A few of the many
projects featured in the Art classes are, sand painting, pottery, acrylic 84 oil painting. Besides the class activities, the students participated in
a pumpkin face painting contest and an art festival later in the year.
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petition and supported the school in
various activities. At pep assemblies
and rallies they showed enthusiasm
and vitality. The sophomores made
this year a big success.
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moods, giving her friends a happy smile. Mark Sipes seri-
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Russell Converse sat intently watching the J.V. football game.
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for first lunch.
SOPHS EXPERIENCE BIOLDGY
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Sophomore, Rob Weaver, takes a quick glance
window to give the photographer a big grin.
out of his English class
Vicki Belt, sophomore, tries to explain to her pet owl that the
Mickey Mouse club is a great club to join.
SOPHS PURSUE ADVENTURES
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Rucker, Patty Reynolds, Row 2, Mr. Grassi, Mrs. Wilkey,
Mike Kelly, Pat Sell, Melisa Nash, Mike Ortega,
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thorughout the campus to inform students of recent activities.
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Above: A group of sophomores seek shade from the hot afternoon sun under one of the many
trees on campus. Below: Eric Prebys stared attentively into a microscope observing a leaf cell
in one of the countless biology lab assignments. Biology is one of the required soph. courses.
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to kill time before getting on the bus to the Prescott football game.
Kim Yeley and Roy Thompson work quietly together to study
for one of the Driver's Ed. tests.
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is just one of the many things taught in Home Ec.
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sophomores excitedly displayed their trophy,
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SOPHS STRUGGLE TO TOP
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enjoy a nice chat between friends in their spare time during
lunchtime, breaks, between classes and before and after
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James. Belowg after a hard day of selling candy, Linda Rizzo decides to
take a break.
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for the French club at open house. The sophomores were really influential in clubs
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Yolanda Jimenez Deanna Pauk is caught in the act
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At left: Paula Patterson is caught stealing ice while taking a break back
stage. Above: Mary Carrothers and Patti Reynolds are enthusiastically
involved in a ski club car wash.
FROSH PLUNGED INTO NEW YEAR
This year was a new experience
for the incoming freshman class.
Even though the adjustment was
perplexing, the frosh realized that
once they overcame the fright of
the enormous campus, they had
many new encounters in store for
them. Indeed they exhibited their
spirit at the pep rallies, and they
also took a keen interest in extra-
curricular activities. ln sports,
they strived for victories and
when defeated, they did not re-
sign themselves, but aspired to
higher goals. Thus, the freshmen
of this year will presumably be a
strong class through the next
Frosh class council: First rowg Marsha Kennedy, Randa Kutab, Second row, Lisa Heyn, Paige
Moore, Sue Grattino, Kim Carroll, Susie Espinoza.
Daryle Adams . 532 -Ztsvelsugfxl W V165 2.1. I
Cathy Adler If W S, 1
Danny Adler A ik , , A1 " , ,M 'P
Diane Affeldt , Q Q 'N 'L
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Lisa Alger ' ' A 4 I VK , T . I T
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Perry Anderson M , i F N E if it si 1,
Jackie Andnck ,y .7 X gi -s 3 " .
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poster in Journalism 1-2 for a nap.
Kevin Gallagher, freshman, performed periodically at the as-
semblies throughout the year.
FROSH FILLED WITH ANXIETIES
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FROSH BUILD SPIRIT FOR FINAL
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FROSH FIND AHS
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Jody Epp, freshman, delivers a late registration form to the bookstore for s Q
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"J, .im 2 T, 'j ' 5 L - Joan McNeil
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Q Joephine Sipes waits patiently in the large bookstore line for a
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Greg Welsh, freshman, ran the spotlight during a performance
of "Caught in the Villains Web". lt ran for four days.
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ADMINISTRATION LEADS APDLL
GUHSD 1979 Board Members: Gordon Wagner, member, Dr. Donald Voss, member, Anne Schulz, president, Dr Craig Trueblood member
and Richard Stapley, clerk.
Elected by the community, the five
board members of the Glendale Union
High School District Board are respon-
sible for establishing the policies by
which the entire Glendale district is
run. The board also hires all adminis-
trators and teachers for the Glendale
During the past year, the board made
some important decisions affecting
Apollo High School, its programs and
students. For example, at Apollo, they
have been preparing our school for the
North Central Evaluation. The NCE ex-
amines the teachers, school programs,
and the total picture of the school,
Dr. William Jones
INTO SECO D SCHDOL EVALUATION
Mr. Steve Knight, Dean of Students
Mr. Charles West: Asst. Principal, Student Services
Expanding the school program of Apollo High School,
the administration of 1978-1979 took out time to lis-
tento the students and faculty. The students and fac-
ulty shared their thoughts and feelings of the year.
Each administrator kept the ideas presented along
with the addition of their own ideas. The administra-
tors wished to create a program that would benefit the
Apollo community. Through the students, parents
have become more involved. Together the parents,
students and administrators have created a stronger
Mr. Will Gonzalesg Asst. Principal, Student Activities
Mr. Joseph D. Bennettg Principal
ART SKILLS PROVE SUCCESSFUL
Mr. Stewart gives one of his students last minute
instructions before going to the Glendale football game.
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es about Reality Therapy CRTJ. The workshop outlined reality between student
Mr. Krombein and Mr, Neal survey one of the pumpkins for the pumpkin decorat-
ing contest. "Alas, poor York, I knew him well."
BUSINESS PREPARES FOR FUTURE
Mrs. Coury. Typing 1-2 teacher. Seems to be waiting Mr. Albillar shows the proper procedure of the usage of a business machine in his
patiently for one of her students to hand in his papers. Office Procedure class.
Mr. Queen and Mr. Fiala both take out time during their prep hour to go
over the weekly faculty bulletin.
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Mr. Merlino, J.O.E. teacher, trys to help one of his students
struggle through one of many difficult problems.
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OFFICE GIVES DIRECTION
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Mrs. McCoy, data processing controller, looks for
Mrs. Ebersold, the school nurse, tests a student for his hearing
after being tested on his eyes.
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CDUNSELORS, LIBRARIANS HELP
Mr. Woodard, counselor, talks with a fellow counselor, Mrs. Samuels,
about a related problem.
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ENGLISH TEACHES NEW CONCEPTS
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Mrs, Bateman, Basic Comp. teacher, explains one more time to her students
how to do the assignment.
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club, teaches Literature of the Southwest.
Mr. Parrish, football coach and English teacher, gets fed up with
being a teacher and decides to switch places with his student.
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STUDENTS BATTLE GEMS FOE
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Belowg Mr. Ferrell eagerly shows a student the consequences of
being late to class.
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S.S. FOUND INTRIGUING
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John Caine L , X , X
Richard Garrett , 8 i , iv' T'
Bob Golay 3 X .
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Mr. Grassi, geography teacher, looks forward to another day of his
Swimming coach, Mr. Garrett, discusses a test with an Apollo
Mr, Spellman, student council advisor, talks with a group of stu
dents about the volleyball intrarnurals held early in the year.
SCIENCE FILLS GOALS
Mr. Hiland teaches Earth Science, a required freshman class.
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' J' X-S. Bill Erlenmeyer
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Mr. Sullivan takes a break from his reading to listen to his class'
Mr. Rockey, Earth Science teacher. ponders on a question asked
by a student.
MATH EXCELS IN PGTENT SKILLS
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glance at his grade book before giving out the news
Mr. Gesell, Algebra 3-4 teacher, sits quitely t his desk
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STUDENTS INSPIRED BY FITNESS
Coach Golash, a Varsity football coach, checks out the new football before letting
the Varsity football team test it out.
Advanced P.E. teacher and head of physical education department, Coach Dejan-
ovich gives a puzzled look at one of his students questions.
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Above: Miss Blair and Miss. Keith, both Girls P.E.
coaches, have a conversation before starting the day
off. Below: Coach D'Agostino patiently waits for the
freshmen to get in line before starting instructions for
INTEREST RISES IN LANGUAGES
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Paul Tualla, one of the Spanish teachers is busy explaining to one of
students, a difficult Spanish exercise.
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famous gestures of foreign language.
SKILLS VITAL IN LIFE TAUGHT
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Above: Joyce Franke spends an idle moment looking for
new ideas. Below: Linda Pfeifer is teaching the day's lesson
in Child Development.
Lanna Sullivan is supervising Kory Martin while she kneeds the gingerbread
dough that she made in Creative Foods.
Claudia Rand is answering a question of one of her students about a pattern in
one of her home economics classes.
TEACHERS PUSH RELIABILITY
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the driving units assigned in each of his classes.
Commander Ray, temporarily acting as a coach, advises his ROTC students on
a key play needed to win the game in flag football. Flag Football is an activity
that he teaches in his classes.
Bill Stephens, another Safety Education teacher, explains the chapter as-
signed to be read to his students. He is also one of the few voluntary teachers
who gives actual driving instruction in the Safety Education cars.
POISE STRESSED IN CLASSES
Glen Ridinger, who teaches Learning Skills, is delivering a
lecture in one of his classes.
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Above: Jacque Hirohata and Corlinda Wentworth contemplate
buying the beautiful Christmas crafts. Below: Barbara Beery
watches her Reading class to see if any one needs her help.
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strates a difficult lesson in his Shop class. He is also in charge of the Special
ATTENDANTS UPHOLD CAMPUS
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Maintenance Crew: Back Row- Joe Rangelq Cal Ussery, Foremeng Cruz
Rodriguezg Angel Andradeg Front Row- Gene Zgoncp Don Hinesg David Kulpg
Manuel Sarnorag Tony Luevano
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FOOTBALL GAINS YARDAGE
WITH NEW COACH
Apollo's Varsity football team left the field this year
with a four win, six loss record. The season started off
slowly but, picked up towards the finish of the season.
The team worked close together under the supervision
of their new coach, Earl McQuiston. The goal of the
team was expressed in their motto, "We are hitters,
we are hustlers, we are winners." The team lived up to
their motto and started a tradition of togetherness and
winning for Varsity football.
Left: Ronnie Goodwin charges head on into the Agua Fria defensive
lineto help Apollo gain yardage towards the winning of the first game
of the season. Above: After a touchdown against Washington, the
f players and Coach Parrish show their enthusiasm on the side lines.
The team stood together during both good and bad times.
Row 1: Wally Duarte, Wayne Ruiz, Bob Kostyk, Ray Miller, Brian Bosak. Row 2: Steve Arbuckle, Neal Harris, Steve Duckworth, Don
Wisniewski, Andy Acedo, Jeff Vetnar, Jim Meeks. Row 3: Coach Parrish, Coach Alonzo, Kelly Tilford, Damon Bosak, Jim Hoover, Nelson
Beck, Brian Trefry, Coach McQuiston, Coach Golash, Mgr. David Sanmarco. Row 4: Steve Meisenheimer, Bill Curtis, Skip Peeples,
Dave Zeppetella, Ron Goodwin, Bob Leonard, Scott Sixel, Rueben Lopez, Richard Sample, Al Fuentes. Row 5: Dan Zinder, Frank
Gallagher, Andy Schaudt, Jeff Thul, Tony Lincoln, Clay Morgan, Tom Lofton, Steve Matousek, T. J. Gallagher, Jeff Rishling, Joe Spitler.
Apollo. .. 7 Prescott ..... ....14
Apollo. . .14 Washington ...... ....20
Apollo. .. 6 Thunderbird ......... ....20
Apollo. . .13 Shadow Mountain .. ....20
Apollo. . .20 Brophy .......... ....34
Apollo. . .34 Agua Fria . . . .7
Apollo. . .19 Cortez ......... . . . .37
Apollo. . .16 Greenway ...... , . . . 14
Apollo. . .26 Paradise Valley .. . . . .25
Apollo. . .14 Glendale ........ . . .6
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lagher before sending him into the game. Left: Bob Kostyk
dodges opposing players with the help of his teammates to win a
game for Apollo. Above: Andy Acedo guards Jeff Vetnar from the
Rams as he runs down the field to add a touchdown to Apollo's
J.V. ACHIEVE SUCCESS
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Row 1: Kenny Chaisson, Pat Sell, Jim Lopez, Jeff Fraser, Kurt Sefton, John Artichoker, Eric Murphy, Mark Meyers, Joe Andrade, Bob Festin.
Row 2: Coach Gonzales, Doug Pope, Doug Farrar, Bruce Robertson, Jeff Ringe, Alex Ulloa, Eric Wingham, Rick Cimaglio, Doug Gable, Jeff
Clewley. Row 3: Coach Ridinger, Tuck Sing, David Bosak, Larry Fenner, Jim McGinlay, Brandy Heathcotte, Mike Green, Mark Lusk, Todd
Rankin, Kevin Horne, Coach Hudson. Row 4: Scott Rudge, Greg Slamka, Steve Meyer, Craig Stone, Steve Adams, David Domotor, Don
Hopper, Steve Nelson, David Green. Row 5: Paul Finch, David Cropper, Mike Ortega, Eric Ziegler, Todd Krauss, Tim O'Dell, Rob Weaver, Lloyd
Lopez, Kurt Sixel.
Junior Varsity player David Green is attempting to break through the
line after a fellow lineman, Todd Krauss is knocked down.
Glen Crabtree is trying to find a hold in the line to gain the yardage
necessary for a first down for Frosh B football team.
FROSH KICK OFF YEAR
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Row 1: Mgr. Mike Barnes, Mike Lueders, Joe Bombnie, David Peskin, Ronald Walker, Fernando SanMiguel, John Green. Row 2: Mike Rishling,
Mike Green, Sahnnon Brandon, Don Williams, Ken Eyman, Larry Lopez, Doug Meyer. Row 3: Brock Heathcott, Dean Mast, Kimball Lee, Art
Padilla, Pierre Foulks, Terry Martin, William Dimas, Bryan Irvin, Frank Castillo. Row 4: Coach Fernandez, John Salem, Ray Marsh, Mark
Raines, Brent Shwadder, Tom Norris, Coach Miller, Vernan Fielding, Scott Flood, Doug Freiwald, Greg Lofton, Mike Kleyhauer, Coach
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J. Conroy, G. Flaith, B. Matthew, S. Hobson, B. Parkonson, B. Giddens, S. Duncan, D. Darlick, D. Johns, K. Lewis, Coach Scherba. Row 3:
Coach Tualla, R. McHugh, J. Valintine, M. Rogers, D. Narlock, H. Ewbank, M. Williams, R. Oshita, R. Hillman, J. Gardner, D. Foster, D.
VOLLEYBALL PERF DRMED AT
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Varsity Volleyball: Kneelingg Meri Saver, Theresa Degard, Jackie Thul. Standing: Vicky Kasallis, Susan Steinmetz, Carolyn Alewine, Sherrye
Bosick, Linda Tipton, Thelma Keith-Coach, Lisa Stuck, Molly Shahan, Debby Schneider, Loree Wade, Helen Andrade, Angel Monachelli.
The Varsity Volleyball team excelled to qualify in divisionals and
State last October and ended with a 16-3 record. The Hawks took
first in the Skyline Divisions and eighth in the State Champion-
ships. They also, for the fifth time in a row, brought home the
League championship. Four of these girls were Lisa Stuck, Linda
Tipton, Molly Shahan, and Debbie Schneider. The latter two re-
ceived honorable mention certificates while Tipton and Stuck
were on the first team. The previous volleyball teams have been a
runner-up three times for the All-Tournament Team, and this
year three members were chosen. Lisa Stuck, Molly Shahan, and
Angel Monachelli made the first team and received certificates
and trophies for their efforts. Debbie Schneider was the team
member that was selected for the second team. Several individ-
ual awards were given out to members of the team. Lisa Stuck
accepted the award for the most valuable player, the most im-
proved to Linda Tipton, and the outstanding server award went to
Helen Andrade. Coach Thelma Keith feels confident to have an
even better season next year with the hope that eight varsity
players will be returning and only three will be leaving the team.
The Junior Varsity Volleyball team ended with a pretty strong
season and an 8-4 record. Four ofthe J.V. players will be moving
up to Varsity next year. Individual awards were given to Sherrie
Hermanson for most valuable player and for outstanding server,
and Margaret Earl received the Award for most improved. Both
teams did an outstandingjob for the season, and hope to do even
better next year.
Lisa Stuck, Linda Tipton, and Molly Shahan patiently wait to
present the divisional trophy to Apollo during one of the morning
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THEIR PRIME IN THE SEASON
Above: Angel Monachelli places all ot her attention on preparing
herself to bump the ball back to her opponent. Right: Debbie
Schneider, Helen Andrade and Lisa Stuck keep their eye on the ball
as Molly Shahan sets it up to one of them. - ' ,
Row 1: JoAnn Puckett, Michelle Esancey. Row 2: CeCe Stanek, Dorino Amarillos, Jeanette Umbertlno, Sherry Hermanson, Angel Petito
Coach Burton, Marcia Ayers, Julie Schexnayder, Margaret Earl, Rhonda Belken, Laurie Anderson, Toby Snyder, Ronnie Batterson.
CROSS COUNTRY RAN INTO GOOD
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Varsity Cross Country: Row 15 Stewart Hiymira, Robert Black, Brad Degroot, Bret Carruthers, Scott Papa, Coach Emmett Smith. Row 23
Robert Decker, Walt Mitchell, Doug Bakken, Manual Amarillas, Scott Patricki.
Apollo's Cross Country
teams this year did a no-
table job. With an eleven
win, three loss record
they proved their deter-
mination and dedication
to running. They received
the recognition of being
fifteenth in state and
fourth in divisionals. Most
Valuable senior was Doug
Bakken, junior, Bret Car-
Scott Patricki, and fresh-
man Ernie Verdugo. Man-
uel Amarillas received
most outstanding team-
Two girls ran for the team
this year and both did ex-
ceptionally well. The
teams had many injuries
and illnesses during the
season but the overall
performance was out-
standing. The future out-
look for Apollo's Cross
Country is favorable after
the account of the team's
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SEASON WITH GREAT ENTHUSIASM
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Klenner, Dan Russell, Jeff Anderson.
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VARSITY AND J.V. BADMINTON
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Row 1: Patty Sipes, Lori Collins, Beth Compton, Wendy Watt, Karla Mahoney, Tammy Brown, Sheri Geiss, Kathy Baresel, Masume Daliri. Row
2: Amy Reilly, Angie Meier, Kate Leonard, Sue Reiterman, Mary Reinoehl, Laurie Shannon, Miss Blair, Judy Martin, Julie Bisinger, Shauna
Greiner, Kim Golba, Liz Arenivaz, Barb Pedersen.
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ready to return a birdie to her opponent. Above: Laurie Shan-
non surges forward to rescue a shot and gain the point for that
VICTORIOUS IN MATCHES
Karla Mahoney gracefully returns a hit as her partner Amy Reilley watches the action. Both
girls are on the varsity team.
The Varsity Badminton team's re-
cord for this season was five wins
and six losses. They took fourth
place at divisionals and seventh at
state singles. A few of the awards
given at the girls sports banquet
were: Most Valuable, Laurie Shan-
Most Improved, Karla Ma-
honey: Most inspirational, Angie
Meier. Laurie Shannon received an
award for the most outstanding ath-
letic performance over four years.
The team had many good players
which contributed to the wins they
acquired. The J.V.'s final record was
ten wins and one loss. Awards pre-
sented to the girls were: Most Valu-
able, Shauna Greiner and Most lm-
proved Kim Golba. They were a
young team who with lots of persis-
tence well earned their wins. Both
teams worked hard during their long
practices which began during the
summer. Each player gave a lot of
effort to the team.
Above: Angie Meier quickly returns a serve from her opponent during a
match. Right: Julie Bisinger shows with ease how to return a birdie.
VARSITY WRESTLERS FACED
Wrestling has proved to be an endur-
ing sport, teaching its disciples the
meaning of sacrafice and determina-
tion. This year the wrestlers were
presented with many challenges in-
cluding the Japan-Arizona Cultural
Exchange Wrestling Match. Wres-
tlers for this were chosen across the
state by the Skyline Division
coaches. Just as knowledge and ex-
perience were gained by this inter-
national competition, the wrestlers
improved in their techniques from
match to match.
Above: Sophomore, Brandy Heathcotte
makes an attempt to down his opponent and
win his match. Right: Eric Zeigler, sopho-
more, shows his Thunderbird competitor a
good view of an Apollo wrestling mat.
Varsity Wrestling Team: Top Row: CLeft to Righty Terry Kenyon, Andy Schaudt, Jim Stickel,
Keith Filippazzo, Stan Garcia, Roy D'Agostino, Scott Pearson, Jeff Vetnar, Nelson Beck,
Clay Morgan, Brandy Heathcotte. Bottom Rowg Kent Decker, Mark Coffey, Frank
Schwieder, Brent Crusan, Andy Rojas, Todd Crusan, Larry Fenner, Mark Meyer.
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Kevin Horne, sophomore, grasps his opponent in an
effort to pin him to the mat.
The junior varsity wrestling team com-
piled a successful record this year. Team
spirit was high this year, as the sopho-
mores really came along since the begin-
ning of the year. Such performances by
Brandy Heathcotte and Larry Fenner
earned them both positions on the varsity
team. The whole team acted like a single
unit, which gave them an outstanding
season. Next year's varsity wrestling
team will benefit greatly as these fine
wrestlers replace last year's team.
Row 1, Donald Hopper, Larry Fenner, Mike Beck, John Robinson, Alex Ulloa, Ben
Molina, Jeff Ringe, Eric Murphy, Row 2, Brandy Heathcotte, Manager Terry, Bob
Chmelka, Keith Filippazzo, Kevin Horne, Coach Hudson, Eric Zeigler, David Cropper,
Rob Weaver, Greg Davidson, Bob Baker
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officials to start the match. Murphy won his match.
OR FUTURE YEARS AT APOLLO
Above: Freshman Ruben Ulloa is seen here pinning his opponent to
the mat. Right: Larry Lopez, freshman, crushes his helpless victim in
an effort to destroy the opposing team.
Above: Freshman wrestling team: Row 1 Bob Parkerson, Ruben Ulloa, Glenn Crabtree, Nacho
Rojas, Frank Villa, Jim Gardner, Row 2 Manager Terry, Larry Lopez, Brett Mathews, Coach
Clayton, Tim Filippazzo, Jerry Lopez, Gary Steele, Right, Gary Steele, freshman, has success-
fully completed winning his match by pinning the other team member to the mat.
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an excellent job this year. They
had many strong wrestlers this
season, and next year's junior
varsity team undoubtedly will
benefit when they replace them.
APOLLO GIRLS BASKETBALL
Varsity Basketball: Row 1: Becky Turley, Sheila Bale, Missie Brewster, Bonnie Brimley. Row 2: Shauna Greiner, Monica Wilhelm, Beth
Thorley, Karen Ortega, Lori Burton, Karen Benson. Row 3: Loree Wade, Betsy Leiberman, Lisa Stuck, Michelle McKnight, Linda Tipton,
A new Sport Was. introduced Karen Benson struggled with an opponent for a re-
to the Apollo girls athletic bound,
program this year. Basket-
ball, a highly skilled sport be-
gan its first season. Tis fast-
moving sport takes stamina,
endurance, and hours of
hard practice. Twenty-eight
girls were chosen to makeup
the Varsity and Junior Varsi-
ty teams. The Varsity team,
coached by Mr. Jim Wilson,
also the coach for the fresh-
man boys team, jumped into
their first game of action on
February 27 against Mary-
vale in the Apollo gymnasi-
um. The Junior Varsity
team, coached by Miss Jo-
anna Burton, took the floor
March 6 against Moon Val-
ley. Both coaches would like
to build this program by
starting a booster club to
help in raising funds for not T ee -7
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team' but Othe' gms Sports mate duringthe Apollo vs. Maryvale game.
Apollo won a close 46 to 43.
ITS COURT FOR FIRST YEAR
Vickie Smith rebounded the ball, while Kim Golba waited for the outlet pass.
Sally Festin intercepts a pass made by
a fellow team member during one of
the many practices.
Junior Varsity Basketball: Row 1: Johnna Lopez, Julie Gallagher, Mary Johnson, Whitney
Festin, Debbie Perlman. Row 3: Kim Golba, Kathy Patterson, Vickie Smith, Sheryl Muir,
Dillaber. Row 2: Tobi Snyder, CeCe Stanek, Sally
Holly Elwood, Miss Burton.
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The varsity basketball program at Apollo has consistently
been a winner and one of the reasons for this is the strong
coaching at the junior varsity and freshman levels. Coaches
Lopez, Pellegrene, and Wilson spent many hours of practice
teaching these younger Hawks the sound fundamentals of
basketball. Many hours are spent on coordination drills, con-
ditioning and practicing plays.
The coaches also spent many hours instilling these fledgling
Hawks the importance of dedication to the game and the
necessity of team play. This team concept and the unselfish
style of play it develops led to the defeat of many opponents,
not to mention the growth in maturity needed to succeed in
The J.V.team played its games just before the varsity games,
This gave team members an opportunity to watch the varsity
run through many of the plays they also ran, thus providing
them with a learning experience. The Blue and Gold teams
played at the same courts, thus they also were provided the
chance to learn from each other.
The performances turned in by all three teams this year were
admirable. The young Hawk cagers showed an agressiveness
on the offensive boards which often provided them with
three or four shots each time they came down the floor, This
rebounding ability on the defensive boards led to many light-
ening fast breaks.
The skills exhibited by these young Hawks this year will in the
near future be used on the varsity level to help continue the
winning tradition there.
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of a Greenway Demon to make two points.
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Steve Short, Back Rowg Kevin Hunter, Mark Raines, Tony Elmore, Ken Lindsay, Tom Norris,
Scott Rankin, Coach Wilson
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Frosh Gold: Front Row: Gary Gilbert, Keith Lewis, Pierre Fulks, Tony Miranda, Kevin Gal-
laher. Back Row: Coach Pellegrene, Vernon Fielding, David Narloch, Mike Kleyhauer, Ray
Marsh, Chris Hale.
SOFTBALL SLUGGED TO VICTORY
The varsity team had another success-
ful year by just missing divisionals.
Hard work, time, and effort were the
sacrifices made by the team, but the
reward was victory. They had a 15-4
record with Peggy Amarillas as the
leader of home runs. Due to the team
spirit, they were able to stick together
and make it through the hard times.
The outlook for the team of next year
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Above: Susan Crabtree listens intently as Coach
Keith gives instructions. Right, Lisa Stuck suc-
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Varsity: Row 1: Miss Kurtz, Linda Tipton, Shauna Greiner, Molly Shahan, Susan Crabtree,
Lisa Stuck, Loree Wade, Patty Shafer, Jackie Harker, Miss Keith, Row 2: Toby Snyder,
Beth Thorley, Jane Bates, Johnna Lopez, Helen Andrade, Peggy Amarillas
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J.V. SLID INTO SEASONAL WINS
J.V.: Row 1: Ms. Burton, Melanie Elliot, Barb Lahaie, Julie Schexnayder, Kim
Golba, Brenda Harper, Linda Morgan, Brenda Sharah. Sitting: Jennifer lnness,
Staci Shaw, Larraine Velasquez, Missy Brewster, Pearl Flores, Dorina Amarillas,
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quez and Kim Golba after sliding into home. Right: Julie Schexnayder practices
vigorously on batting skill, along with releasing her aggravations.
The Junior Varsity softball team held on to a
long winning streak until their last game with
a loss to Agua Fria. The season ended with a
record of eleven wins and one loss. Later in
the season, the members of the softball
team were sponsored in a batathon in which
each girl was allowed three-hundred pitches
and received from lc to 104: for every hit.
The money raised by the team helped to
purchase a new batting machine and also
bought awards for the spring banquet.
Teammates relax and sit down to seriously discuss their
strategy against opposing team to gainvictory.
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Above: during one of their Saturday practices the players warm
up for inter squad game. Right: Catcher Bruce Elliott prepared to
catch a pitch from a pitcher.
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pitcher Dave Wagner discussed what hand signals to use. Above: Mike
Castro, first baseman, throws the ball to the second baseman during a
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Varsity Baseball: Row 1: Pat Scalf, Brad Holstrum, Matt Bragone, Andy Acedo, Mike Castro, Danny
Carrasco, Chris Zink, Johnny Mert, Ty Bothwell. Row 2: Pat Vincent, Dave Wagner, Doug Richardson,
Robert Rios, Darryl Galbraith, Glenn Flood, Bruce Elliott, Dan O' Connor, Lance Mecham, Coach
ApolIo's Varsity Baseball
team started their season
with great hopes. Practices
were long and strenuous un-
der the direction of Coach
O'Connor. Making the team
for many of the players was
a dream fulfilled. The mem-
bers of the team worked
hard to gain the stamina
needed for making the
team. The captain of the
team was pitcher Dave Wag-
ner and co-captain was
short stop Dan O'Connor.
Top players were Dave Wag-
ner, Dan O' Connor, Bruce
Elliott, and Danny Carrasco.
All players did good jobs and
excelled in all areas of base-
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J.V. GRAND SLAMS WITH SUCCESS
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J.V. Baseball: Row 1: Kenny Subia, Danny Palacios, Kevin Kelleher, Scott Tenbarge, Jack
Samora, Steve Rameros, Mickey Wilson, Andy Turner. Ro,w2: Coach Alonzo, Jim Meeks, Tuck
Sing, Chris McMullen, Mike Scarbrough, Mark Williams, Todd Krauss, Frank Gallagher, T.J.
Gallagher, Bruce Lagenhuizen.
Kenny Subia, playing center field, throws
the ball to first base to tag one of the
Frank Gallagher makes a great effort of hitting
the ball and making it go where he wants it to go.
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reaching the first base bag. l
FROSH GET STAMP OF APPROVAL
Pitcher, Jim Marino, makes a quick turn about to
catch his opponent before he steals a base.
Frosh Baseball: Row 1: Ruben Ulloa, Rich Hillman, Donald Williams, Richard Oshita, Dan
Anstett, Scott Rankin, J im Marino, Row 2: Pierre Foulks, Brock Heathcotte, Scott Flood,
Ernie Horton, Mark Raines, Ray Marsh, Tony Elmore, Ken Lindsey, Coach Sherba.
Sliding from his position, Rich Hillman trys to catch the ball before it goes past him.
This year the 1979 Junior Varsity
baseball team showed more im-
provement than ever in all areas
especially behind the plate. Soph-
omores Jim Meeks, Bruce Lan-
genhuizen, and Steve Rameros
were all top players of the year.
With Coach Alonzo working with
each one of the players, the team
gained more speed and improved
extensively on their hitting. It
turned out to be a knockout of a
After four weeks of training and
practicing, the Frosh baseball
team was ready to open the be-
ginning of their first season
against Prescott. This year the
Frosh goal was to learn, grow per-
sonally, gain discipline, and to
have fun playing the game.
Through the many tedious hours
of game situations and training,
they reached their goal. The po-
tential of these players have been
the best ever at Apollo High
HAWKS TRIUMPH DURING SEASCN
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Varsity Track: Row 1: Brad De Groot, Scott Patricki, Manuel Amarillas, Doug Bakken, Scott Papa, Dale Cooper, Brian Bosak.
Row 2: Mike Burbach, Rick Skinner, Bill Martin, Larry Fenner, Skip Peeples, Greg Cheyne, Steve Meisenheimer. Row 3: Coach
Tolby, Richard Sample, Brian Bale, Dan Zinder, Jeff Thul, Rob Pryor, Mike Duncan, Louis D'Andrea, Coach Smith.
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Robert Pryor, a varsity Senior, practices throwing the discus with a
look of determination on his face.
J.V. Track: Row 1: Mike Payne, Ken Chaisson, Neal Harris, Ken Walker, Steve Noble, Jim Meyer, David
Domoteor, Tab Hockamier. Row 2: Ed Halliburton, David Ciocca, Bob Black, David Bosak, Jay Koon, Jim
Milakovich, Kevin Horne, Barry Lorenz, Guy Craig. Row 3: Eric Murphy, Mike Pomeroy, Mike Ortega, Jeff
Anderson, Rob Weaver, Bob Festin, Dan Russell, Bob Greenfield, Steve Myers, Tim O'Dell, Mark Lusk, Mark
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lin, Bob Parkinson, Mark Robinson, Terry Payne. Row 2: Charles Troutman, Drew Truby, Vinson
Rothlisberger, Keith Lewis, Wayne Stark, Vernon Fielding, Ed Jennings, Doug Wright. Row 3:
Mike Lueders, Chris Hale, Joe Palumbo, Willie Howard, David Flittner, Brian Irvin, David
Gillespie, Shawn Reese.
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outstanding season this
year. Varsity this season
was made up of mostly
Srs. Remarkable runners
included Manuel Amaril-
las, Doug Bakken, and
Louis D' Andrea. Promi-
nent weightmen were
Richard Pryor and Jeff
Thul. In the field events
there were Chris Hamil-
ton, Jeff Horstman and
Louis D'Andrea. Strong
J.V. members were Scott
Papa, Dale Cooper, Scott
Patricki and Ray Miller.
The frosh team also had
some good perfor-
mances. Many of the
freshmen showed notable
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clear the bar height.
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clears the bar with many inches to spare.
NEW COACHES DEVELOP YOUN
Bottom Row: Becky Hinson, Debbie Boucher, Maureen Best, Leslie Smith, Farron Jackson, Jacque Halliburton, Juli Schexnayder, Lisa Hill,
Debbie Davis Row 2: Brenda Rivette, Kellie Fetzer, Paula Nichols, Cynthia O'Dell, Nora Coast, Paige Moore, Paula Gehrman, Lori Carpenter,
Katie Wallace, Lori McKinstry, Jennifer Clewley Row 3: Lorraine Velasquez, Jennifer lnness, Emily Potts, Maureen Gizilbach, Dana Cunning-
ham, Lynn Perkins, Cyndi Barnes, Kris Cole, Liz Koster, Karen Cole Row 4: Maria Wheeler, Jody Shinn, Michelle Trimmier, Sherry Gall, Pattie
Golden, Roslyn Simpson, Billie Scott, Carla Walker, Betty Whalley, Vicky Kasallis, Angie Harper, Miss Zapien Row 5: Coach McReynolds, Cindy
Allec, Barbara Lahaie, Brenda Harper, Robin Denton, Jackie Harker, Susan Crabtree, Melanie Elliott, Sue Gratino, Whitney Bowman. Liz
Piller, Diane Duncan, Mrs. Rand
Maureen Gizilbach, Lynn Perkins, and Zsu Zsi Q
Sagodi fight to finish the last of their warm- '
After hard training and no rain, the i
season opened with joyous spirits, '
Miss Zapien, a student helper, and
two new coaches, Mr. McReynolds,
and Mrs. Rand coached the team to
strong finishes in the Valley Classic
and the Shadow Mountain Invita-
tional. Along with new coaches, a --XY
large percentage of this year's team
were new to high school track. The
new coaches commented that one
of the reasons for the team's suc- P13
cess was their enthusiasm all year
long. However, some of the top per-
formers from the past four years are
Lissa Hill, Debbie Davis, and Laurie
Shannon. These seniors led the s'
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Vicky Kasallis, gets ready to take a trial run in her event. Kristine Cole, junior, concentrates while practicing low hurdles. Hurdling requires
She and all the sprinters worked hard. top physical fitness.
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throwing a discus for an upcoming invitational
Susan Crabtree, enjoys an easy workout at the long
jump pits before an important meet. Other members
watch and learn
J.V. Tennis: Row 1: Jon Wade, James Hei, Mark Ehlers, Brett Harward. Row 2: Coach
Fedock, Rob Meya, Rob Martin, Mike James, Rob Bisinger, Mike Lang. Varsity: Row 1: Joe
Herrin, Tracy Tolby, Todd Rankin. Row 2: Coach Fedock, Jeff Bader, Jeff Diaz, Mike
Although the practices at the begin-
ning of the season were cancelled
due to rain,the training the tennis
team did have was strenuous, and in
the end rewarding. The hours that
the team put in were noticeable as
they struggled and triumphed in
their matches. The players proved
great dedication to tennis through-
out the season. Coach Fedock
helped each player improve their
games. All players excelled in their
matches as the season continued.
All underclassmen players left the
tennis courts hoping to return next
year and do an even better job.
Team member Todd Rankin returned a serve
with precision during a match with Washing-
TENNIS SHOWS IMPRDVEMENT
Freshman Tennis: Row 1: Mark Ehlers, Randy Taylor, Steve Reilly, Toby Bedore
Thong Le Row 2: Coach Fedock, Mike Puckett, Tim Sinise, Scott Rankin, John Healy
Damon Bradley, Joe Herrin.
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GIRLS TENNIS Rose RAQUETS
Girls Varsity, Junior Varsity,
and Freshman tennis teams
really excelled this year, more
than in any previous year.
Many of the girls returned from
preceding years and have im-
proved their skills by far. The
girls labored just as hard in
practice as if it were a cham-
pionship match. The team's ef-
forts and hard work showed in
their matches against opposing
teams. Even though the girls
were young, they offered a
continuous battle for all oppo-
nents. Many of the girls will be
returning for next year which
will be a great asset for future
teams. Wendy Agersea and Me-
lanie Bigelow were among the
top players this year. Their
strength and coordination ac-
counted for their many match
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shot during a competitive match
against GIendale,Reineohl, a senior,
was a returning player from last years's
Varsity team: Row 1: Shari Wood, Sharon Tanz. Row 2: Melanie Bigelo, Mary Reineohl, Mrs.
Fedock, Wendy Agersea, Patty McCormick.
Coach Fedock, takes time to give a pep talk before the game, but Judy Martin seemed to think it is
AND SMASHED DPPOSING TEAMS
Junior Varsity: Row 11 Linda Rizzo, Virginia Acuna, Cindy Bose, Lori Anderson. Row 2, Teri
Zimmerman, Beth Compton, Tracy Ruiz, Mrs. Fedock, Judy Martin, Zsu Zsi Sagodi, Sheri Geiss.
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Row 23 Lisa Carlisi, Nina Lafinier, Julie Gallagher, Cheryl Muir, Tracy Ruiz, Holly
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GIRL SWIIVIMERS MAKE BIG
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Daggett Lori Burton, Betty Whalley, Sue Grattino, Teri Zimmerman, Lori Carpenter, Farron Jackson, Nona Catchings. Row 3: Paula Nichols,
Brenda Cool, Annette Daggett, Kathy Patterson, Tammy Calvin, Wendy Agersea, Suzie Callow, Stacy Domme, Kathy Trueblood.
Left: Suzie Callow quickly takes a breath while swimming free style
during one of the meets. Above: Teammates Laurie Smith and Gayle
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SPLASH WITH NUMEROUS WINS
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came out with a record of four
wins and three losses. Because of
the swim team making fourth in
divisionals, they also came across
the privilege of going to state and
winning sixth place out of twenty-
six teams. The most outstanding
swimmer was Gayle Gessner and
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STAMINA, SKILL, STRENGTH
Senior Jeff Dieterich, a four year diver, displayed his form during diving
Above: Diving team: Row 1: Jim Toomey, Mike Lanning. Row 2:
Jeff Dieterich. Right: Simultaneously, two swimmers emerged
from the water in time for a click of the camera.
Under the direction of Tom James, Apollo swimming
coach, and Hal Eastin, Apollo diving team instructor,
the swimming and diving team has progressed. The
season was noted for the long hours of laps that
increased the endurance of all the swimmers. Swim-
ming and diving are sports that require personal
devotion, and the more each member strove for
perfection the more the team benefited.
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while another prepared to practice.
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Physical Education continued to play an impor- Q
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were encouraged to get involved in a variety of
activities including basketball, raquetball, ten- 2,
nis, and football. These classes allowed many
students to get involved with sports in school, """
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Todd Foy follows through after setting the ball up for another teammate.
Student Council: Row 15 Pat Sell, Rhona Rivette, Jane Bates. Row 23 Lene Mahler, Asa Anderson, Karen Jennings, Julie Ford, Becky Clark,
Mike Ortega, Cheryle Rivette, David Prazak, Scott Knierim. Row 3, Jeff Sager, Sara Ruiz, Richard Dickey, Debbie Boucher, Annette Pfeiffer,
Deanne Evans, Kirk Copic, Laurie Shannon, Renni Osburn.
Left, Laurie Shannon and Rhona Rivette went over last minute
changes in the schedule before a Student Council meeting. Be-
low: Becky Clark, Homecoming chairperson, shown here with
president Laurie Shannon, displayed the Hall of Fame Plaque to
the Homecoming audience. Royalty Crowning took place later.
SETS NEW TRADITION
Ray Miller, Student Council Vice-President, and Mark Lange discuss the upcoming
agenda for an Inter Club Council meeting. Ray Miller, in charge of l.C.C. was responsible
for coordinating club activities on campus, and promoted school spirit.
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This year Student Council con-
tributed to the excitement on
the Apollo campus. Their tradi-
tional activities such as the Stu-
dent Mixer, the Homecoming
halftime festivities and dance
were accompanied by a new tra-
dition. This year's Student Coun-
cil introduced the Hall of Fame.
Former students who have ex-
celled in their chosen field, be it
the academic, athletic or busi-
ness world, are presented with
an award. The first person to re-
ceive this honor was Bob
Horner. Bob's Sophomore and
junior years at A.S.U. he was
chosen an All-American. Also,
his junior year he was chosen as
the College Player of the Year.
He then signed a contract with
the Atlanta Braves, and by the
end of his first year of profes-
sional baseball he was chosen as
National League Rookie of the
Luann Rivette helped to serve refreshments at
one of the dances sponsored by the Student
Council. Below left: Deanne Evans assisted in
decorating the cafeteria for the Student Mixer
Dance held Sept. 1.
AHS STUDENTS GAIN
First Rowg Janet Schaub, Karen Kudreyko, Lisa Black, Lori Miller, Heidi Linovitz, Rudy Guglielmo, Joyce White, Brian McCurdy, Kathy Smith.
Second Row: John Miller, Karen Milstead, Edie Keenan, Carol Jacobs, Julie Jett, Sue Farrell, Renee Pierce, Darryl Faulkner, Peggy Harlacher,
Julie Bisinger, Karen Thurman, Tom Stoner, Mrs. Joan Zuckerbrow.
Lori Miller and Carol Jacobs discussed their on the job exper-
iences which they encounter every day as a part of their
credit. Although the students learned procedures in class,
'X their best training was actual work experience.
Jim Buckley listened attentively to a business administration lecture during
a D.E.C.A. class. While in class the students were trained in marketing
procedures, and then worked at local business to gain experience.
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EXPERIENCE THROUGH JOBS
First Row, Mrs. Auvil, Tony Lirnpus, Alison Roark, Denise Hold, Cathy Beaty, Danita Geske, Sandra
Vasquez, Mark Burkett. Second Row, Melinda Robinson, Leigh Gustafson, Kathy Bowesel, Michelle
Barber, Tami Goldberg, Mitzi Cilley, Giovanni Galindo. Third Row: Craig Goshart, Maureen Parren,
Theresa Degard, Donna Martin, Diane Hartin, Kathy Kelly, Kerry Dove, Theresa Besser, Ann Kitsopoulos,
Suzi Waterman, Vivian Vasquez, Jose Torres, Joe Dunevent
For the fifth year, COE has main-
tained an outstanding record of
employment with all members
working. Currently, the COE
class at Apollo is the largest in
the Valley. With the help of the
Glendale Chamber of Com-
merce they participated in the
Career Day Fair for the eighth
graders. COE also held their an-
nual employer-ernployee ban-
quet in which the students pre-
sented the employers with an
award. Like COE, DECA, Distri-
butive Education Clubs of Amer-
ica, was associated with the em-
ployer-employee banquet. Aside
from this conventional activity,
the club was involved with the
Toastmasters Youth Leadership
Group. Furthermore, DECA at-
tended the Fall regional Confer-
ence at Metrocenter and the
Spring State Conference in Tuc-
son. Awards for the top Sales
people were given, and one stu-
dent from either DECA, COE, or
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to them by Mrs. Auvil for the Career Day Fair.
Graig Goshert, Mitzi Cilley, and Cathy Beaty realaxed while their
sponsor informed them about the future events in the COE schedule.
KEY CLUB OPENS DOORS
Throughout the year, Key Club
has assisted the community in a
variety of ways. For instance, the
members gave a Halloween party
for the Children's ward at St. Jo-
seph's Hospital. Another of their
projects including children was Q
the sponsoring of the Little
Braves through YMCA. Then in
November before the height of
the holiday season, the club was
involved with the collection of
canned goods, for the needy in
which they challenged the cheer
line. Following this, in December
the Key members held their tradi-
tional Christmas tree cutting out-
ing and donated the trees to
worthwhile causes. Also at this
time, the club held a Christmas
party for the Valley of the Sun
School. Although Key Club was
very busily involved with commu-
nity interests, they also were ac-
tive on campus. On December lst
they held the Christmas Dance.
Mike Short, Frank Patterson, and Fred Kuo, sat and discussed the future Christmas Party for the
Valley of the Sun School, and other interesting events before one of the Key Club meetings.
Sitting: Gwen Ammen, Laurel Brougher, Lisa Hamilton, Debi Miller, Sheila Miller, Jenny Mackenzie, Judy Atterholt, Darryl Hale. 1st row:
Melany Hastings, Julie Giovanini, Lori Parks, Rudy Guglielmo, Karen Buiissa, Patty McCormick, Doug Bakken, Chris Karlsrud, Roger Moore,
Tom Vincent, Pam Henderson,Kelly Tilford. 2nd row: Valerie Hodges, Terry Roeber, Mike Lanning, Jill Wolfenden, Renae Robinson, Karie
Matsuishi, Julie Almon, Karen Cole, Dan O'Connor, Lynette Klawon, Ann Parks, Amy McLain,David Elwood, 3rd row: Kim Wronkoski, Jeff
Horstman, Cathy Farrier, Mike Granado, Fred Kuo, Ken Copic, Randy Wood, Mike Short, Frank Patterson.
SPEAKERS SPARK FHA
Renee Lee, Kim Scott, Cindy Scott, Ericka Kellis, Mrs. Pfeifer
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Many Home Economics students joined F.H.A. This class listened closely to
grooming tips provided by one of the many guest speakers who spoke to the
The members of F.H.A., Future
Homemakers of America, had
many different guest speakers
covering a variety of present-
day problems in our society.
Among the lecturers were a
Catholic priest, a rabbi, a Prot-
estant minister, a counselor
from St. Luke's Alcoholism
Center, and a counselor from
the Maricopa County Concilia-
tion Court. They all presented
their views to the members of
F.H.A. Besides having guest
speakers, the club planned a
trip to a fashion show, and also
a mistletoe hunt during the
Marcia Arce seems to be enjoying herself while threading
her sewing machine in F.H.A.
CAREER CLUBS OF FUTURE
VICA was an asset for those in-
volved who wanted jobs in the in-
dustrial job field. One of the most
unusual activities VICA performed
this year was adopting underprivi-
leged families for the Christmas
and Thanksgiving holidays. They
also participated in Spring State
Skills Olympics, a bike-a-thon,
and various sales to raise funds.
The National Honor Society is an
association at Apollo that puts
recognition on those who have
made academic achievements.
The members are chosen for
their scholastic ability, participa-
tion at school, and academic ac-
complishments. Mr. Rogers the
advisor supported the members
in their activities. NHS also made
contributions to various commu-
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VICA: Row 1: Esther Kelleher, Libby Bellitter, Julia Padilla, Donna Hoagland, Pearl Ulloa. Row 2:
Dondra Reiger, Cline Lyle, Pam Cisneroz, Carrie Stone, Sonny Mendez, Eddi Brannon. Row 3:
Mr. Yee, Jack Neilsen, Jim Struck, Dirk Knorr, Tammy Woodward, Scott Jones.
NHS: Sitting: Darryl Hale, Barbara Bice, Kathy Scott, Cathy Farrier, Maryanne Sing, Pam Henderson,Gwen Ammen. Row 1: Mark Lange, Kim
Wronkoski, Loree Wade, Qyrra Michaelieu, Kris Murray, Sheila Miller, Asta Barden, Row 2: Mr. Rogers, Natalie Hamblin, Jean Reinke, Karen
Zieser, Ralph Nelson, Doug Bakken, Chris Karlsrud, Peter Bauer, David Elwood, Kelly Tilford, Randy Wood
Art club: Row 1: Robert Pela, Dean Bonzani, Theresa Ponce, Kathryn Trimmier, Lauranda Roman-Tweed, Lorena
Whitson. Row 2: Jodi Epp, Josephine Sipes, Mary Greene, Les Duncan, Allen Pickering. Row 3: Mr. Gregory, Mr.
Krombein, Saraly McHugh, Joe Landram, Libby Bellitter, Mary Coyne, Kristi Brady, Suzanne Canady, Tammy
Kiron, Kandi Garrard, Mr. Holgate, Mr. Neal.
CLUBS REFRESH STUDENTS
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FBLA, Row lp Maureen Parren, Marianne Sing, Virginia Acuna, Sandy Beck, Kari Matsuishi, Kim
Machutta, Suzie Hudgen, Yvonne Murtagh. Row 2: Trisha Rhodes, Susan Reiterman, Joni Dun-
can, Shari Butler, Treva Voorneveld, Jackie Kitely, Peggy Klatt, Karleen Horendo. Row 3: Ron
Kohatsu, Sharon Harris, Kim Stamper, Linda Wagner, Barbara Mills, Jeannie Brown, Sabrina Kellis,
Vicki Belt, Carol Newburg.
For those students who enjoy
the various aspects of art, the
Apollo Art Club was open for
them to join. Students were
able to broaden their horizon
and exhibit individual art ex-
pressions. The Art Club was
successful this year when stu-
dents took placements at the
State Fair competitions. This
year they also took field trips
to the Heard Museum, Annual
Art Sale, and various other art
This year was the first time
FBLA has been open to all Busi-
ness students. Before, only
COE students could join. FBLA
was involved in Regional-State
Conventions and various Re-
Events. Students have placed
in those various events.
Through this club, many stu-
dents were able to learn more
office work. With office oppor-
tunities, students were able to
apply the skills they learned.
STRIKE UP THE BAND
Marching Band: Row 1: Greg James, Dan Birch, Rusty Maddox, Robert Martin, Eric Yodis. Row 2: Shelly Beasley, Jackie Thul, Sonya
Rathgeber, Larry Prazak, Mike James, Jim Toomey, Billie Scott, Lori Andersen, Linda Rizzo, Julie Rome, Tammy Dutzli, Heather MacLoed.
Row 3: Alice Mendoza, Carol Newberry, Linda Britain, Susan Goshert, Alan Burchfield, Kim Macutta, Kris Shoger, Lori Carpenter, Kim
Wronkoski, Jolynne Berrett, Patsl Sahannon, Sue Gattino, Lorraine Kisch, Lori Burton, Drum Major-Robin Smith. Row 4: Wendy Kelly, Cathy
Burrus, Kim Korte, Laurie Schavbel, Fawnda Brown, Sherrie Lachman, Joy Venancio, Juan Castanda, Mike Wells, Barry Meyers, Mark
Boucher, Jon Wade, Chris McCord, Janet Newberry, Leann Froelich, Row 5: Gayle Katzenberger, Kris Murray, John Kulon, Dan Moore, Greg
Yodis, Clark Krueger, Kevin Horne, Paul Shepard, Robert Shindler, Paul Jaqua, Natalie Hamblin, Qyrra Michealieu, Hollen Kinney, Brian
Froelich, Lisa Heyn, Eve Nelson Row 6: Mr. Will Stewart- Assistant Band Director, Don Linder, Bill Morse, Tony Elmore Robert Shepard Mike
Furr, Dave Domoter, Ken Lindsey, John Lamb, Beth Palmquist, Annette Pfeiffer, Ron Marki, Mike Kelly, Perry Andersen, Scott Henry, Mr.
Gabriel Angalich - Director.
Just as last year, the marching band showed their
support at the Apollo football games. By performing
throughout the games and at half-time, they were able
to bring forth the true spirit of the fans. Aside from
school performances, the Apollo marching band also
participated in the Glendale Youth Parade held in the
Left: During the homecoming performance at half-time, the march-
ing band finally displayed their formations after hours of hard prac-
tice. Above:Clark Krueger stunned the audience with a fantastic
trumpet solo during a half-time presentation at one of the football
MUSIC IN OUR EARS
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listened- Lorraine Kisch practiced intently on her clarinet as Kathy Shoger
anxiously awaits the opening of the Christmas concert.
Symphonic Band: Row 1: Joy Venancio, Kris Murray, Natalie Hamblin, Wendy Kelley, Judy Martin, Kris Shoger, Lori Andersen. Row 2: Kathy
Shoger, Lorraine Kisch, Hollen Kinney, Linda Britain, Carol Newbury, Eve Nelson, Laurie Schaubel, Susan Goshert, Alan Burchfield, Qyrra
Michaelieu, Jolynne Berrett. Row 3: Julie Rome, Tammy Kutzli, Heather MacLeod, Cathy Cooper, Juan Castaneda, Robin Smith, Paul
Shepard, Mary Johnson, Sonya Rathgeber, Kim Wronkoski, Bob Shepard, Jon Wade, John Lamb, Greg Yodis. Row 4: Rusty Maddox, Jim
Toomey, Shelly Beasley, Larry Prazak, Patsi Shannon, Ron Marki, Mr. Angalich, John Kulon, Mike Kelly, Don Linder, Mike Furr, Robert
Shindler, Clark Krueger, Eric Yodis, Greg James.
JAZZ CAPTURED HIGH HONORS
This year was a very active
year for the Jazz Ensemble.
They performed many con-
certs, including a concert
with the Phoenix College
Jazz Ensemble. They offered
entertainment during the
Apollo Open House, and
gave a fund raising perfor-
mance ata local McDonalds
restaurant. Another off cam-
pus performance was held in
the Velma Teague Park
sponsored by the Glendale
Parks and Recreation De-
partment. A performance at
the Thunderbird Graduate
School amused the crowd
that had gathered there for
the balloon races.
Many Jazz Ensemble mem-
bers were presented with
awards of various types for
their performances. The
year's finale was a trip to
California with a stop at Dis-
neyland and Magic Moun-
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The Magic sounds of jazz echoed through the halls whenever the Jazz ensemble played at the school
assemblies. The long hours of practice paid off as the group was generally recognized as one of the
finest high school jazz groups in Arizona.
Jazz Ensemble: Row 1: Robin Smith, Sonya Rathgeber, Juan Casteneda, Joy Venancio, Lorraine Kisch, Chris Murray. Row 2: Bob Shepard,
John Lamb, Greg Yodis. Row 3: Patsy Shannon, Jolynne Berret, Mr. Angalich, Mark Sipes, Rusty Maddox, Eric Prebys, Robert Shindler, Clark
Kreuger, Chris McCord,
GROUPS GAINED RECOGNITION
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Becky Henson, Eileen Fenner, Eric Wingham, Donald Apodaca, Row 3. Kim Milton, Patricia Staley,
C I Clnt Frain. Row 4: Mr. Stewart, Mark Hess. Mike Gley,
Apollo Guitarists: Row 1: Jody Kacura, Michael Pomeroy, William Gehrman. Ro
Throughout the community
including grade schools and
other high schools, the Apol-
lo Guitar Ensemble per-
formed several concerts. ln
order to raise funds they
held a candy sale, a cheese
and sausage sale, and a jew-
elry sale, but their biggest
money maker was the for-
tune cookie sale. At the
spring banquet, awards were
presented to the outstand-
ing students for their fine
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Tom Ennis, Robert Herzog, Mark Bltteker, James Golden. performances,
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Concert Band: Row 1: Beth Palmquist, Janet Newbury, Kim Korte, Fawnda Brown, Cathy Burrus, Annette Pfeiffer. Row 2: Bill Morse, Linda
' ' ' ' J Lisa He n, Lori Burton. Row 3: Helen Sample, Alice Mendoza, Lori LaBarr, Karen Hunter,
Rizzo, Kim Machutta, Lori Carpenter, Mike ames, y
' ' ' ' H B rr Me ers. Row 4: Dan Birch, Bryan Froelich, Sue Grattino,
Leann Froelich. Jackie Thul, Chris McCord, Mark Boucher, Kevin orne, a y y
Robert Martin, Dan Moore, Tony Elmore, David Domotor, Ken Lindsey, Mr. Stewart.
VOCAL MUSIC GROUPS PRODUCE
Concert Choir, Advanced Choir, and Chorus
1-2 are all important to some of the musically
talented students at A.H.S. A student inter-
ested in getting into vocal music program has
to first take Chorus 1-2. After Chorus 1-2 a
student can get into any other program. The
director of music at Apollo is Mr. Frey. Mr.
Frey is interested in helping talented students
improve their vocal abilities for further use.
Vocal music, has as a traditional activity sell-
ing Santa Grams. The profits go to helping
with field trips to an opera and an Audio Re-
cording.Another way they try to raise funds is
by selling candy.
Concert Choir: Row 13 Bonnie Odgen, Joanna
Peskin, Kim Yeley, Carole Wenzl, Cheryl
Girone Row 23 Kevin Gallagher, Linda Britain,
Kevin Diaz, Rhonda Crabtree, Curtis Strohl,
Caroline Morgan, Bob Lucas, Kelly McDonald,
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planned Christmas programs. Upper right. Robert Lucas com-
ments to Mike Scarbrough about the upcoming events in chorus.
ENCOURAGED A.H.S. STUDENTS
Advanced Chorus, First Row: Lisa Miragliotta, Kevin Gallagher. Amy Engle-bretson Back Rowg Kristene
Williams, Karen Morgan, Wendy Smith, Robin Bern, Carolyn Sifuentes, Lisa Scarbrough, Colette Toth,
Chorus 1-2 Front Row: Dawn Smallwood, Linda Justin, Suzanne Gerstner, Robin Kende. 2nd Row:
David McGovern, Larry Swanson, Kurtis Medlyn, Troy Pickering. Back Row: Denise Green, Carolyn
Hilderbrandt, Tamara Mawer, Kirn White, Cheryl Dorsett, Danielle Knopp, Brenda Coal, Andrea Murto.
SKIERS SLIP, SLIDE, AND GLIDE
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Ski Club, Row 1: Jody Shinn, Vicki Belt, Theresa Shinn, Brenda Brooks, Guy Jacobs, Allison Robertson, Julie Almon. Row 2: Mark Raines, Rob
Weaver, Mike Ortega, Tammy Bryant, Sherlyn Stephens, Laura Hoag, Michelle Esancy, Dolores Koopman, Heidi Hermerath, Tim Rockey.
Row 3: Deanne Evans, Sherri Wehmueller, Terry Roeber, Patti Reynolds, Sue Ponkey, Bill Van Beek, Tracy Jacobs, Debbie Bellitter, Rick
Cimaglia. Row 4: Rhonda Matelski, Dale Carroll, Greg Davidson, David Cioca, Mary Carruthers, Jes Stocker, Tina Shinske, Darlene Nelson,
Bruce Fortner, Phil Ponce, Connie Bellitter, Richard Elder.
Mary Carruthers laobriously scrubbed
away during the Ski Club car wash which
was held in order to raise money to rent
equipment, supply transportation, and
purchase other necessities for the Purga-
Skiing has recently become a very
popular sport, and as the Ski
Club's fourth year on campus, ski-
ing will probably prevail. During
the holiday season, thirty-three
members of the club took a six-
day ski trip to Purgatory. ln order
to raise money for the holiday trip
and two other weedend trips the
members sold tickets for the
Phoenix Jaycees' haunted house.
The students that form the Back-
packing Club enjoy the exercise of
hiking. Thus, the members took a
one-week trip to Havasupai Can-
yon among other hikes.
CLUB TAKES A HIKE
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Above, Jeff Sager displayed some ofthe equipment used for hiking and
backpacking at one of the meetings. Right, Sean McMullen fitted one of
the jackets brought in by the guest speaker.
Hiking and Backpacking Club, Row 1: Cindy Fischer, Jeff Sager, Sean McMullen, Tania Newman, Annette Pfeiffer, Michael Middleton, Paul
Fischer. Row 2: Matt Duncan, Dennis Holden, Brian Doedon, Jim Milakovich, Dale Nielson, Danny Birch, Bill Lowe, Carol Rucker. Row 3: Tom
Hinsberger, Bart Goetz, Pam Sacharko, Sandy Mastin, Matt Gismondi, Mike Sheridan, Phil Ponce, Tony VanLoenen, Dan Kirby, David Prazak.
MIME SPEAKS FDR ITSELF
Drama Clubg Row 1: Larry Swanson, Cathy Finn, Kerrie Earle, Patti McMahon, Karen Zieser, Jane Bremser. Row 2: Julie Mumpy, Caroline
Sessa, Jeff Orsburn, Glenn Rabinowitz, Lisa Hamilton, Kelly Anderson, Laurel Brougher, Chris Beisecker, Mohave Bob. Row 3: Greg Welsh,
Julie Conway, Terry Knight, Sandy Beerman, Janet West, Lee Bolin, Mr. Ferrell, Richard Dickey, Janet Gerst, Judy Atterholt, David Bery, Lene
Mahler, Craig Dies, Shirly New.
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Above: Karen Zieser stood at the front of the class
and enthusiastically spoke about the arrangements
for the fall play. 't'Leftp Row 1: Kerrie Earle, Larry
Swanson, Karen Zieser. Row 2: Lisa Hamilton, Jeff
Orsburn, Jane Bremser, Patti McMahon. Row 3:
Glenn Rabinowitz, Kelly Anderson, Julie Mumpy,
Mike Lang, Chris Beisecker, Cathy Finn.
SPEECH CLUB SAYS IT ALL
Aboveg Nathan Perkins looks up suspiciously as he puts the
finishing touches on his speech, Upper right: Mark Laub
sifts through the clutter to find information about his next
This year the Drama Club learned the difficult art of
Mime. Aside from this, Drama sponsored the fall play,
"Caught ln tbe Vlllain's Web," and the spring musical, "A
Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum."
Throughout the year, Speech tournaments were held at
eight high schools and also at U of A, ASU, and NAU.
Speech Clubp Row 1: Glenn Rabinowitz, Judy Crann, Greg Karfeld, Jeff Orsburn, Danny Adler, Marie
Wlechec. Row 2: Vickie Thun, Delores Tomlinson, Tom Brink, Chris Hale, Mike Lang, Cathy Keefer,
Nathan Perkins, Row 3: Andy Schoudt, Valerie Rossmen, Valerie Rankin, Mr. Vail, Jesse Rameriz,
Esther de los Rios, Michael Whycalisky, Patti McMahon.
GOLDEN HAWKS SOAR
- Jane Troutman and Virginia Acuna hand the runners
H5 their numbers in the order that they finished.
Throughout the year, the
spirited Golden Hawks had
many fund raising events
that benefitted the boys
Cross Country and Track
teams. Parties, breakfasts -...MMM
and concessions were given
from money raised for the
boys. The Golden Hawks
worked hard in both
seasons in running off all of
the home meets. Also, they
supported the teams in
away meets. At the finish of
each of the seasons,
Golden Hawks presented
the two teams with a
President Mary Fitzpatrick quickly totals the
Cross Country meet's scores.
Row 1: Lisa Wood, Mary Fitzpatrick, Amy McLain. Row 2: Virginia Acuna, Maureen Boltan, Barbara Troutman , Debbie
Ricketts, Sally Festin. Row 3: Kristi Peace, Ericka Kellis, Jane Troutman, Connie Bellitter, Tania Newman, Debra
MAIDS AID RESTLERS
Row 1: Karen Thurman. Row 2: Suellen Shima, Joanne Takiguchi, Row3: Lisa Rollins, Laurie Schaubel. Row 4: Caroline Sessa. Row 5:
Left: Linda Rogers, Kathy Fuller, Diana Dunkin, Judy Janish, Kelley Hart, Kelly O'Rourke, Patti Saver, Norma Ponce, Karlene Horne,
Gwen Ammen, Kathi Rollins, Mary Schwieder, Liz Rangel, Dianna Parra, Lucinda Maas.
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Junior Varsity Cheerleaders: Top Row, Kris Cole, Marcy Bennett, Row 25 Lori Poor, Kathy
Trueblood Row 3, Teresa Cuellar, Jane Bates, Bottom Row: Missy Brewster, Jody Shinn.
New uniforms, new cheers, and new
smiles were the ingredients of the
1978-1979 cheerleading squads.
Their training begins in the summer
at camp, where they learn, earn
medals and enjoy new friendships.
Their main purpose is to arouse spir-
it during football and basketball sea-
Jane Bates and Teresa Cuellar, juniors, hap-
pily Ieave for home after a winning game.
Lori Poor, sophomore, gets involved in a
thrilling game of basketball with a crowd that
was full of excitement. The girls planned the
cheers carefully so the crowd would be full of
FROSH BEQIIXIHNEW EXPERIENCES
Lisa Pearson jumps high into a herky, one of
the many stunts the freshman must learn.
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Row 3, DianeAffeldt, Jennifer Bennett, Sheila Bale, Tari McKinstry
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Freshman, Diane Affeldt, successfully accomplishes stretching into the
splits at the Homecoming assembly.
Freshman "Gold" Team: Top to Bottomg Yvette Apodoca, Susie Espin-
oza, Kim Korte, Lisa Pearson, Patty O'Rourke, Cheryl Young, Ann DiGi-
lio, Vicki Johnson.
APOLLO POM LINE WINS HONORS
Mary Ann Tomooka, Kelly Watt, Terri Benson, and Liz Piller anxiously await
their entrance to meet with the rest of the pom line to perform a dance.
The Pom Line went to camp this
summer. Everyone got awards. As
a group, they earned the Spirit
Stick and a trophy. The sale of
spirit ribbons helped prepare stu-
dents for the game of the week.
They were sold a day before the
game. The Pom Line and the band
worked together closely during
football season to entertain at
halftimes. The halftime shows in-
cluded dance routines or assisting
the band as flag girls. This was the
second year they performed as
flag girls. As flag girls, there were
many hours of rehearsal. They
co-sponsored with the cheer-
leaders the annual first dance of
the football season.
Apollo Pom Line: Top: Mary Ann Tomooka Row 2, Liz Piller,
Lori Collins, Trisha Rhoades, Kristen Krause Row 33 Ester
delosRios, Jennifer Johnson, Justin Gagnon, Kelly Fetzer,
Terri Benson, Joni Duncan Bottomg Jennifer Eckhout
Lori Collins and Jennifer Johnson show off their carefully
rehearsed dance routine for a half time show.
B.B. TEAM CAPTURED BY PEP
Pep Club, Row 1: Debbie Bellitter, Karie Matsuishi, Dolores Koopman, Kelly Schunk, Lee Varnum, Sherlyri Stephens, Karen Pennington. Row
2: Laura Hoag, Asa Anderson, Cindy Gray, Heidi Hermerath, Connie Bellitter, Elissa Levine, Suzanne Mar, Michelle Krautheim, Julie Almon,
Theresa Thun. Row 3: Rob Zwick, Renae Robinson, Vicki Thun, Billie New, Sharon Harris, Robert McCormick, Barbara Bice, Yolanda Jimenez,
Elizabeth Rangel, Karen Bulissa, Tom Barnes.
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Throughout the year, Pep Club sponsored the
football, basketball, and baseball teams as well
as certain girls' sports. In an effort to aid team
spirit, the club also made posters. Of all their
activities, though, Pep Club most likely will be
remembered as the kidnappers of the basket-
Above, Karie Matsuishi, pep club president, looks up astonished as a touch-
down is scored in favor of Apollo. With the Club's attempt to aid school spirit
came the infectious cheers that invaded the crowds. Lefty Kim Yeley showed
her spirit by pinning up posters all over the Apollo campus which gave informa-
tion about the upcoming football game.
TEAM TRIUMPHS IN OLYMPICS
Special Olympicsg Bottom Row: Bill Whalley, Jeff Carrillo, Wally Duarte, Ken Eyman, Ron Dedomenick, John Quesada,. Top Row: Victor
Herzog, Mike Myers, Bob Leonard, Steve Aros, Nick Connelly, Chris Doyle.
The Special Olympic team at
Apollo for the last four years
has won the State Basketball
Tourney, and in 1978 they also
won the State Volleyball and
State Bowling Tourney. An-
other team event the Special
Olympic squad participated in
was the 400-meter relay. Be-
sides those, individual events
included Track and Field, Gym-
nastics, Swimming, and Fris-
bee. Furthermore, five mem-
bers ofthe team participated in
the Winter Olympics in Flag-
Special Olympicsg Debbie Young, Ken Eyman, Billie New, Bill Whalley, Paula McWilliams, Vic
Herzog, Fawn Hamilton, Mrs. Beery.
N TOP OF THE NEWS
The Utopian newspaper kept the students and commu-
nity aware of happenings which affected the school
year. This publication is put out by the Journalism 3-4
class, and received a first place rating from Columbia
Scholastic Press Association last year. The Utopian
also rated highest in the state in its categories. The
staff was also proud of the traditional blood drive they
held in April which resulted in the best turnout ever of
96 pints. Some of the staff's unusual activities this year
centered around a series of cultural events, including a
field trip to Arcosanti and also to the Phoenix Little
Newspaper Staff: Row 1: Chris Potts, Scott Reid, Mike Lanning,
Glenn Rabinowitz. Row 2' Kristi Moss, Sharon Tanz, Cath Heerdt
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Lisa Olson, Gwen Perlman. Row 33 Jim Meyer, Dan Daly, Lisa Wood, -
Tom Lofton, Mike Easterly, Deann Ogden, Mark Lange, Randy Wood.
Above: Lisa Olson talked with feature editor Gwen Perlman about one of the many assignments received by reporters during the course of
the year. Below: Scott Reid, Cathy Heerdt, Mark Lange, Mike Easterly, Deann Ogden, Dan Daly. and Randy Wood prepare newspapers to be
sent out to individual schools. The Utopian exchanged papers with some sixty schools around the United States, from as far away as Hawaii
and Miami, not to mention various other schools within Maricopa County. The staff published a total of fifteen newspapers this year
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LOOKING BACK DN '79
The events of today are here to
stay. The Apollo Olympus has
captured the memories of the
past school year. The Olympus
staff, consisting of two seniors
and fourteen underclassmen,
has strived to portray the emo-
tions of Apollo. Although the
students move onward to
Yearbook Staff: Row 1g Cory Mitchell, Laura Hoag, Julie Almon, Sherlyn Stephens, Roslyn Simp-
son. Row 2: Betsy Lieberman, Ann Parks, Scott Henderson, Dan Bergsten, Tracy Tisdale, Karen
Pennington, Deana Lemonovich, Paris Street, Claire Arthur.
Roslyn Simpson and Claire Arthur were kept busy
working toward their sophomore section deadline.
reach their goals, their memo-
ries and traditions will exist on
the Apollo campus forever-
Editor-in-chief Julie Almon, and Betsy Lieberman looked through their assignments
for the first deadline of the year.
FOREIGN LANGUAGE STUDENTS
Renae Robinson determinably concentrated on
the mum sales for homecoming week.
The Latin Club obtained many honors
at the 1978 State Convention at ASU.
In fact, a great part of the club's activi-
ties center around the preparation for
this convention. ln addition to the
many honors, Roger Moore became
President of the Arizona State Latin
Club. In order to raise funds, the club
sells mums during homecoming week,
and also has candy sales.
Besides pretzel sales and parties, the
German Club took an active interest in
the school year. One of its activities
included challenging other clubs to
soccer games. Another of the clubs ac-
tivities is an annual dinner at Alpine Vil-
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Latin Club: Row 13 Beth Hering, Mike Lang, Roger Moore, Tim Troutman, Row 23 Kathi
Rollins, Melodee Brewer, Cory Mitchell, Lisa Rollins, Beth Ann Giovanini, Renae Robin-
son, Mrs. Prosser. Row 3, Paige Moore, Karen Troutman, Lisa Alger
German Club, Row 1, Chris Bergner, Beth Ann Giovanini, Ralf Hunniford. Row 2, Melany
Hastings, Julie Giovanini, Paul Fischer, Michelle Esancy, F. Fiala,
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Spanish Club: Row lg Tanya Newman, Tammy Jones, Jenny Mackenzie, Glenn Rabinowitz.
Row 23 Mrs. Molina, Natalie Shearl, Kathryn Cooper, Elissa Levine, Tina Torres, Rosalva San
Miguel, Vickie Thun,Randa Kutob, Row 33 JanetGerst, Stella Rios, Jennifer lnness. Sandy
Garcia, Kathi Rollins. Row 4, Danny Birch
Carolyn Rael, Becky Rael, Debbie Frank.
French Club: Row lg Tammy Kirkpatrick, John Cheyne, Valerie KoegaI..Row 23 Mrs. Griggs, Lee
Bolin, Crystal Henderson, Kelli Ann Schank, Jackie Fogarty, Lynn Perkins,
Many members of the Spanish Club
won awards through the National
Spanish Exam. As a sponsor of the
exam, the Spanish Club raised funds
through car washes and chupa chup
sales. Also the club held a traditional
candy cane sale at Christmas.
Among the different activities, the
club went horseback riding.
The French Club along with the
Spanish Club sponsored the Octo-
ber 27th Dance. This dance was only
one of the many activities in which
the French Club participated. One of
the traditional activities of the club
is to sponsor students in the Nation-
al French Contests, and also to eat
at a French restaurant.
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announcements for the upcoming
Drill Team: Row 13 Bob Barrette, Colin McClure, Ray Thomson, Luciano Gatica. Row 25 David
Alcon, Frank Patterson, Brian Burchfield, Craig Chipley, Mark Landreth. Row 33 Richard Elder,
Jeff Rigsby, George Maliga, Robert Meya.
This year the ROTC program par-
ticipated in many public events.
The Goodyear-Avondale parade
as well as the Glendale Youth and
Veterans Day parades were
among the many activities in their
busy schedule. Also every year
they take a trip to San Diego and
Disneyland over Easter Vacation.
Not only was ROTC active during
the school year, they went on a
summer cruise to Hawaii.
Inspection time, and Chief Sutton made
sure everything was in perfect order. This
was Sutton's first year in Apollo's ROTC
Color Guard: Row 13 George Maliga, Anna Rose, Floyd Thomas,Scott Wyles, Marty Kinsey,
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Nelson, George Maliga. Robert Meya, Jeff Rigsby,
the day with two ROTC students, Mark
Landreth and Frank Patterson, before an
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assembly this year. The team performed at
many of the schools assemblies.
ROTC 7-8: Row 15 Loree Wade, Elizabeth Arenivaz. Row 23 Keven Murri,
Steve Galpin, Dave
SCIENCE FICTION, BASU, AMU
Science Fiction: Row 1: Lee Bolin, Glenn Rabinowitz, Susan Ross, Row 2: Judy Atterholt, Lene
Mahler, Steve Galpin, Mike Jaqua, Row 3: Mrs. Dennis, Scott Ross, Laurie Powell, Richard Dickey.
Science Fiction club is a club of
many aspects. They attend ,
many science fiction conven-
tions and seminars such as the
lguanacon convention held in
Phoenix on August 18.
Black Awareness Student
Union CBASUJ is a club that '
tries to make other cultures
more aware of the black heri-
tage. Their traditional activity
is black heritage week held the
second week of February every
year. During this week there is
an assembly which includes
black guest speakers, black Af-
rican and American fashions
and black royalty. BASU joins in
other activities throughout the
Arizona Model United Nations I l .N .- .M
CAMUNJ is a group of juniors ' '
and seniors that portray their
roles as diplomats from various
countries to get the full mean-
ing of international politics. The
students attend a United Na-
tions assembly in Tucson in
February of each year.
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Black Awareness: Ken Walker, Dale Cooper, Chris Hale, Mr. Bursh, Row 2: Carla Walker, Michelle
Woodard, Debbie Davis, Darryl Hale, Karlin Simpson, Pierre Foulks,,Tony Elmore
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Arizona Model United Nations: Row 13 Asa Anderson, Lee Bolin, Bob Hall, James Hei. Row 25 Mr. Caine, Mark Henderson, Jim Johnson Mike
Lang. Dan Mahoney. Not pictured: Lene Mahler, Kelly Tilford, Mark Lange, Greg Cheyne, Judy Atterholt, Darryl Hale, Steve Galpin Ken
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meeting for the Black Awareness Club.
BEING HELPED BY PEOPLE
In ending our four years at Apollo High
School we must give recognition to the
people that have helped us make it
through these years. Our teachers, the
administration, and other staff have all
helped us, but most of all we have helped
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From the tortures and the joking in our freshman
year to the supremacy we have felt in our senior year,
all of us have endured our time at Apollo High. Many
people take high school seriously and others don't
but it's a mixture of everybody that gives Apollo that
feelin' free spirit.
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REPRESENTING APOLLO HIGH SCHOOL
PHOENIX HONORS COTILLION
1978 - 79
How proud you've made us . . . Love, Mom Q.ODad
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Most Athletic: Chris Hamilton, Loree Wade
Most Likely to Succeed: DeAnn Ogden, Darryl Hale
Chosen for Best Personality: Robin Greenlee, Dave Wagner
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Most Spirited: Jeff Horstman, Rhona Rivette
Most Talented: Jeff Orsburn, Patti McMahon
Most Humorous: Lori Parks, Jeff Horstman
Most Scholastic: Mari Anne Sing, Darryl Hale
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1979 APOLLO MESSAGE PAGE
Randy, Thanks for everything. Sher.
D.V. With wishes and luck, remember me always, Love Moses
Mary, Good luck in college, Keep in touch, Love Sharon.
Remember New Year's Eve Ann and Yvette? Surprise! Sharon
Lockers Express: "Put Those Snoops To Use You Muthas, Cuz You Lock, Suckas." Jose
"THE KID" Torres
Molly and Linda, Don't forget to "SNAP" Your fingers and be a happy "GDHL," Because if
you don't "HEAD" in, WE'LL COME TELL ON Y U.
"Philosophy is dead, Plato reeks of rotting flesh" -The Oliver Cromwell Society.
Jane- Never forget P.O.T.P,, R.H.P.S., P,W., W.D.. RL., M.L., D. and M., J,B., or my Love
for you. The Nose that Conquered Cleveland.
Trace ... third culture kid ... Sorayya Man ... Cobra Power ... Jaffer Sahib ... "Back
in Pakistan" ... Margalla Mountains ... KHAN and Pinesol ... Tika .., field hockey, ffl
cheer, softball ISLAMABAD red KL Pakland Cool Yar!!!
Mickey Mouse: Please forget the dumb things l've done this year. Love Minnie
Beer is great: Sex devine
Class of '8O: Taught '79
Laura, Julie and Patty, I hope all your dreams come true, you really deserve them.
Remember all the good times to get you through the bad. Love Sher
C.M. Thanks Good Buddy B.D.G.
To Laura, Patty, and Sherlyn, Thank you tor being a friend,
Your friend always, Julie
Wooooo! WHAT A YEAR! R.O.T.C. rules with the GROUP Richard, Mark. Jeff, Anna,
Bonnie, Papa Dave, Mama Arnold. Well BYE GUY!!!
Eeeeeve From Susan Goshert
In memory of Mr. Gesell. Apollo students are appreciative of his dedication and service to
all of us t roughout the years.
Larry, What a trooper.
See you soon, Topher.
To my favorite basketball player: Always stay tall, sweet, and crazy. Love, Valentine.
Goodbye Apollo, I didn't learn much, but I had FUN.
Bill- Thanks for being there when I Needed someone to throw bananas at. You-Know-Who
Suze: I Love Your Best. Bert
Whatever happened to Fay Wray?
She-living tobacco, Chewing tobacco, Spit, Spit, Spit, If you ain't in band, you ain't worth
Quack-Quack Mary! Your Fellow Jewish Duck
This is fashionable? K.K.
Brass has no class. and the drummers can stick it, Low brass has no talent, and the
WOODS are always into it!!
RBRT PL I don't know il I should tell you this but Love Jane
ATOM ANT LIVES!!! Good luck Seniors -Snob-
To 8th hour Algebra 3-4 class: Etch-ch-ch! Junior
Squirrels like Karen. She's neat: Karen likes squirrels, They're neat. Something no girl
should be without-squirrels,
Aimless need a drink?
Sharon and Yvette . .. BIG SHOTS! Ann
Thanks for a reat senior year. Kim, Sue. Maureen. Marianne. Tina, Tina, Patti, Pam, Les,
Alan, Dan and Greg CB : 10.
Love Denise UE
Julie, now you've entered the coveted realm of senioritis, you may now appreciate my
constant procrastinating, love Randy
J.S., You'll always be my number one. B.C.
D.W., K.Z., J.M,. K.E, - Thanks for the great memories, J,R.
From the S.S.B.G. - WHAT'S GOING ON?
Vivian Valenzuela: "Wishing on a star," Jet
Kerrie, Remember M,P.! Karen Zieser
Kevin, You're one in a million fthank goodnessj Love you lots! Bonnie
Ken luv ya always A.
Lin: l'lI always remember you. Love, Big Sister.
The Group: Much Happiness: The Other Group.
Happiness andngood fortune to the following people: Rob, Vallerie, Qyrra, Melissa, Julie,
Chris, Renee, ike, and Scott, W.C,M.
Eric, I LOVE YOU! Deanne
Masume to the best friend ever RMA. Angie
Na, na, na, na, na,.
T.P.A. WILL STRIKE AGAIN
Little Sis, Jewel, Jeep, and Bo Bo: Thanks for the best year ever! Big Sis fThe Prezj
Ooh what a babe, what a babe!
L.F. - Thanks for being such a wonderful friend, Mike
DRAMA DOES IN ON QUE! Felicity and Lona
TAMBO AND TERRY - THANKS!
MIGUEL - fingernails, candy canes, and Jn. 3 - these are ours,
KAREN - lt's nice to be back.
Shell, WOW! Another year! Thanks for being my bester. I love ya! Bida
C.K. Love you always B.T.
Kimmy, good luck in college, l'II miss you!! M.K.
Everyone! Through thick and thin, we made it fun! Thanks. Cory
Ninguna Shell Lemon Pie King
Molly Shahan The 3- Musketeers
Linda Tipton Volleyball Team!!
Susan Crabtree. is a lady.
1, 2. 3, attack.
l Love You Charlie from Sam.
BAND PEOPLE ARE ffl FROM A.B.
Tammy, about the Superbowl, better luck next year, Ann.
Good luck KIMMIE. M.K. can't spell. B,M,
Brian, Only Buffalo who live in empty beer cans know the true meaning of the word
Henry, "I promise" Love, Jean.
Photo Dan: Take my picture.
We love you Mike, Tim, Rob, and Pat, From Roz, Bren, Claire, and Heidi.
Drama- Thanks to everyone for everything! Patti
Winnie the Pooh loves Honey.
Brass Rules fDuck and Gronkj
BLUES BROTHERS WERE GREAT!!
M.N,, J.M., RY. - you're a bunch of sweeties, what would i do wfout ya's!!! Mikey
Stacy keep on truckin RMA Angie
Two Four Six Eight, Patty likes to
Barbie: Between Matt, Snow, Theresa, Volleyball, fun and friendships, you made it,
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