Apollo High School - Olympus Yearbook (Glendale, AZ)

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1979 APOLLO OLYMPUS Apollo High School 8045 N. 47th Ave. Living.....................................p.17 Sharing....................................p.35 Caring...................................p.l 15 Striving.................................p.l 33 Organizing ..............................p.l73 Advertising...............................p.213 Cover designed by Joe AmentAPOLLO 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. 23ALL THE THINGSWE 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- main. 5REMIND US OF Throughout the year, we had many reminders of the tradi- tional activities of the past. The Homecoming and Sweetheart activities, dances, the prom, and sporting events, all are im- printed upon our minds as well as the new traditions.rHE MANY YEARS From the tortures of the joking in our freshman year to the supremacy we have felt in our senior year, all of us have endured our time in high school with help from each other.8 THAT HAVE GONE BYSO QUICKLY FOR US ALL The same things happen every day, but the days seem to go by so fast. Before any of us realizes what has happened, we are thrust out into the world.TO MOVE ON 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. 11THROUGH LIFEBUT A PART OF US Our memories are not the only things that stay with us when we think of our high school years. We have this yearbook and the pictures and autographs in it. And remaining long after we are gone, like our memories, will be the film which was made on campus dealing with an experience in the life of Mr. Emmett Smith. 13HERE 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. 14HERE TO STAY 15FEELIN’ FREE 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. 16THE 1979 SPIRIT Entertainment of 1979: Box Office Hits: “Up in Smoke” "Midnight Express” “Animal House" "Goin’ South" “Superman" "The Wiz" Television; “Mork and Mindy" “Rocky" “Gone With the Wind" “Saturday Night Live” "Love Boat" “W.K.R.P. in Cincinatti” “Battlestar Galactica" "Centennial” Records: Billy Joel: 52nd Street Styx: Pieces of Eight Boston: Don’t Look Back Heart: Dog and Butterfly Billy Joel: The Stranger Jefferson Starship: Earth Concerts: Linda Ronstadt Foreigner Willie Nelson Heart Unicef Concert Styx Books: Scruples My Mother My Self Running and Being The Holcroft Covenant Norman Rockwell's 102 Favorite PaintingsOF FEELING FREE People of 1979: Catholic Papacy Forced to Choose Two Celebrities Lost; Popes in One Year Minimum Wage Raised to $2.90 Nelson Rockefeller Pres. Carter Asks Congress for Education Golda Mier Dept. Seperate of Health and Welfare Pope Paul Norman Rockwell Pope John Paul I Sports of 1979: 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 in Scottsdale Shah of Iran Exiled Tyson Brothers Revenge on Greenawalt Trial For Mass Murders Alabama. U.S.C. 1 Pittsburg Steelers- 35 over Dallas Cowboys 31 in Superbowl XIII N.Y.Yankee's over L.A. Dodger's in 1978 World Series Wimbeldon Tennis Tournament- Virginia Wade, Bjorn Borg News of 1979: Cleveland, Ohio Goes Bankrupt Balance of Trade Unfavorable to U.S. December Floods Second of Year REACHING FOR YOUF HOMECOMING ROYALTY 1978 King: Chris Hamilton; Queen: Robin GreenleeARTHEST DREAMS Seniors: Dave Wagner. Rhona Rivette Juniors: Andy Acedo. Jeri Jean Eldridge Sophomores: Rob Weaver. Melissa Nash Freshmen: Chris Warner. Vicki Chaney 21HOMECOMING; 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. 22 Above: Apollo's vainglorious male beauties. David Prazac. Jane Bates, and Richard Dickey hand out ballots.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. Bob Horner became Apollo's 1st member of the Hall of Fame. Mary Fitzpatrick and her partner enjoyed the dance. Hopeful Seniors arrive with their class float.50’S BRINGS FUN FOR ALL 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. Nostalgia reigned in an unusual twist during 50's week which was sponsored by the Srs. This year’s 50's week was unique due to the appearance of Apollo’s own Blues Bros. The Blues Bros, performed throughout both lunches, during the basketball game and at the dance to enthusiastic audiences. Other lunch hour activities included bubblegum chewing, marshmellow string eating in pairs, hula hoop- ing, gold fish eating for a free dance pass and a Volkswagon stuffing contest. The champion bubble gum chewers were Jackie Harker, Jr. 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 Volkswagon. As a festivity of fifties week, the Pom and Cheer lines switched roles. In bobbie socks and saddleshoes. the Pom Pon line cheered the crowds on to the varsity's basketball team’s victory. 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. 24BLUES BROS. TOP 50’S WEEK 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. The cafeteria was crowded during both lunches to watch the imitation of the la- test band that has come back from the 50’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. 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.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. 26 "Caught in the Villian’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. 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 Regina Larkfield.AT APOLLO HIGH SCHOOL Upon Felicity Fair’s arrival at Larkfield Mansion in the (all play "Caught in the Villian’s Web". Regina Larkficld looks around grimly at the prospect of having a nurse. 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.A FUNNY THING HAPPENED ON THE Competing for the love of Phila. played by Cathy Finn. Atero. played by Jesse Ramariz. finally wins her over from the guard. Kneeling down to his owners feet, the slave Dean Bonzani kisses Domina's dress, portrayed by Pati McMahon. Row 1: Dean Bonzani. Mike Lang, Jesse Ramariz. 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. In 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. Above: Psuedolus tells Erronious. played by Steve Holloway to go to the seven hills of Rome to complete the magic spell. Below: Erronius fi- nally finds out that his long lost son is Miles Glor- iosus played by Tom Dvorak.DARRYL HALE CHOSEN AS VAL 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. 30CATHY 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 arc 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 El Salva- dor and Sari Ruiz from Deli- cias. Mexico. We are luckier 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. 32 Asa Anderson enjoys herself in class.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- ue. One of the serious sides of Sari Ruiz. Lene Mahler helping at one of the dances. 33 Annette Pfeiffer learns that class isn't all work.SMITH EARNS TEACHING HONOR 34 "You can be the best reacher in the universe, but you can’t teach anyone if they don’t want to learn" says Apollo faculty member Emmett Smith. Smith was chosen out of five finalists for Arizona’s teacher of the year award for 1978. Carolyn Warner. State Superintendent of Public Instruction, presented Smith with his award on November 25th. The ceremony was attended by students as well as education officials throughout the state. For Smith to be nominated, letters from students, parents, faculty members, and Principal Dean Bennett had to be given to the Board of Education to be examined. Then five finalists were chosen based on their recommen- dations. Smith has taught at Apollo High School since it was opened, and has been a teacher for the last nineteen years. Emmett Smith's students take notes from a lecture during one of his freshman English classes. Smith receives congratulations from Carolyn Warner State Superintendent of Public Instruction, during a ceremony held November 25th. Emmett Smith stops to listen to one of his student questions during one of his lectures.I'HU mi sassvioGRADUATION 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. Senior Class Council: Donny Wells. Lori Parks. Vice President: Gwen Ammen. Secretary; Rhona Rivctte. President; Gena Hedin. Jill Wolfenden. Meri Saver. Jeff Horstman. Janine Monachelli. Karen Cole. Barbara Troutman. Robin Greenlee. Jeff Dieterich. Gary Adams Wendy Agersea Stephen Akers Larry Alvarez Manuel Amarillas Joe Ament Gwen Ammen Asa Andersson Roger Anderson Alice Andrade Elizabeth Andrade Joe Andrade Rod Andrewson Billie Andrick A EADY FOR THE "REAL WORLD” Steve Anthony Elizabeth Arenivaz Frank Aspeitia John Baer Douglas Bakken Gilbert Baldenegro Brian Bale Frances Banda Asta Barden Kathy Baresel Jeff Barker Michelle Barrette Nancy Barrette Cory Bartz Peter Bauer Kathie Baxter Cathy Beaty Susan Beebe Libby Bellitter Barbara Bend Carla Palmer prepared an oral interpretation for a speech class. Demonstrative and persuasive speeches were also assigned this year. 37MANY SCHOLARSHIPS EARNED BY Shelly Bennett Jean Bonora Terri Benson Deborah Bernstein Jennifer Berry Keith Berry Teresa Besser Brad Birdsell Lisa Black Perry Black Margaret Blake Steve Blake Denise Booher Damon Bosak Sherrye Bosick Debbie Boucher Jerry BoughnerrALENTED 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 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 Celio Greg Cheyne Jeff Childs Jongin Chung Mitzi Cilley Pam Cisneroz Becky Clark Julie Coast Tom Parkinson, Wes McKeage, Diane Woods. Jeanette Grizzell. and Lance Mecham took in Laurie Cohen Karen Cole Kelley Coleman Steve Compton Ross Conroy Mark Converse Linda Convery William Copeland Crystal Crowl Todd Crusan Joe Cruz Carla Cuellar 40HOLDING MANY ATHLETIC MARKS Michael Cummings Steve Cunningham Masume Oaliri Dan Daly Donna Daly D'Andrea Janice Danforth Terry Daniels Nickie Darilek Debbie Davis Rob Decker Rennie DeFrance Theresa Degard Brad DeGroot Guadalupe Diaz Paul Dickerson Jeff Dieterich Juanita Dobbs Steven Dodds Chris Domme 41JOBS KEPT MANY SENIORS BUSY Seniors Dan Hawk and Pam Milton look amazed and disgusted while listening to the comments of one of the guest speakers in Family Living. Kerry Dove Steve Duckworth Brian Drane Russell Driver Joni Duncan Les Duncan Mike Duncan Joe Dunevent Patti Dunkin Sue Dusel Kerrie Earle Larry Eastburn Bruce Elliott David Elwood Kent Ek Christina Engel Tom Ennis Steve Essig 42Mary Ann Fabritz Linda Fagan Sue Farrell Cathy Farrier Darryl Faulkner Cathy Finn Kimberly Maryeileen Debra Flores Julie Ford Carleen Freiwald William Friedlander Fitzmaurice Fitzpatrick Micki Furr Tim Gallia 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- ation. 43Denise Hold Barbara Hood Betsy Hord Jeff Horstman Shelly Hudson Anna Huerta Tammy Hughes Kenneth Hynick Carol Jacobs Tracy Jacobs Joe Jakubowski Mike Jaqua Juliet Jett Mary Jiunta Laura Johnson Pat Johnston Scott Jones Ruby Judee Senior Rudy Gugliclmo 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. Chris Karlsrud Harvey Keefer Edie KeenanSRS. FINAL YEAR PROVED TOUGH Kathy Kelly Scott King Terry Knight Edmund Kunaschk Sheila Kelly Kimberly King Ann Kitsopoulos George Kraynak Mark Lange Senior Mitch Long and fellow classmate work patiently to finish a project in their Mass Media Class while concentrating on ideas at the same time which involves a lot of hard work. Lori Klujeske Kristin Klandrud Frank Krossman Karen Kudreyko Sandy Krill Randy Langenhuizen r I A r % Jack Lanley Deana Lemonovich Gary LevineEXTRACURRICULAR ACTIVITIES KEPT Heidi Linovitz Larry Lachick Betty Lopez Margaret Luffman Tony Lincoln Mark Love Margie Lachick Don Linder Seniors Ross Conroy and his friend are hurry ing to get finished before the bell rings. Rusty Maddox Gail Maher Lene Mahler Thomas Marin Karen Marki Randall Marmor Christopher Marsh Michelle Van Marter Bill Martin Gregory Martin Marty LaBarr Allan Mast MANY A.H.S. SENIORS BUSY Lance Mecham Rhonda Meek Rob Meier Genaro Mendez Mike Meyers Qyrra Michaelieu John Miller Lori Miller Senior Tracy Gibson takes a pamphlet during college visitation day in which Representa- tives from Arizona Colleges visited campus. Sandra Mastin Pennie Miller Sheila Miller Walter Mitchell Janine Monachelli Kim Moore Roger Moore Kristi Moss Agustin Munoz Colleen Murphy Kristina Murray Kevin Murri 49Ray Murrietta Charles McCollum Janet McCormack Wes McKeage Michelle McKnight Patti McMahon Leticia Navarro Mark Nelson Ralph Nelson Teresa Nelson Tom Nelson John Nesmith Richard Nunez Khanh Nguyen Rhonda Noble Dan O'Connor Deanne Ogden Andy Olivo Karen Ortega Tamara Osborne Christine Oppedisano Ju,,e Orsburn 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 Maureen Parren Brenda Paul Scott Pearson Annette Pfeiffer Kevin Peckham Greg Pedersen Gwen Perlman Allen Pickering Paul Pickering Senior Rusty Maddox practiced intently to make sure he was pre- pared to play during the halftime activities at homecoming.SENIORS SOUGHT CAREER HELP AS Jean Reinke Mary Reinoehl Patricia Rhodes Bruce Riaza Gene Richards Robert Richards Jim Ricketts David Ricks Dondra Riegel Oscar Rios Jeff Rishling Rhona Rivette Alison Roark Connie Robbins Bill Roberts Melinda Robinson Stacy Robinson Lucia Roclevitch Judy Rogers Robert Rojas Seniors Rhona Rivette and Barbara Troutman prepared posters to be used at the mixer dance. 52OMMEMCEMENT APPROACHED Norman Romick Salvadore Rubio Albert Ruiz Curtis Russell Mitchell Sadberry Richard Sample Glenn Saracino Amy Saunders Meri Saver Janet Schaub Andy Schaudt Debbie Schneider Robert Schultejann Kittie Schweiger Marcella Scire Debbie Scott Kathy Scott Ann Searles Carrie Serrano Laurie Shannon Robert Shindler David Simons Richard Skinner Janelle Slone 53VISITATION DAY HELPED MANY Laurie Smith Marty Smith Todd Smith Prudencia Soto Fay Spain Greg Staley Jodi Stenwall Lisa Steveley Brett Stevens James Stickel Carrie Stone Steve Stone Paris Street Terri Stull Ken Stutzman Larry Swanson David Taylor Ellen Taylor 54 Senior Rhonda Noble takes a relaxed break from correcting the papers for T.A. in Mass Media Class.SENIORS DECIDE ON COLLEGE Beth Thorley David Throckmorton Jeff Thul Debbie Tober Tracy Tolby Glenn Tomooka Christina Torres Jose Torres Brian Trefry Michelle Trimmier Barbara Troutman Tim Troutman Terri Tucker Darlene Turner Heidi Turner Judy Tuttle Jody Umbertino Brad Vance Debbie Vance Sandra Vasquez Vivian Vasquez Neil Vaswani James Vesely Jeff VetnarSRS. MAIN DONORS AT FOURTH Denise Vidra Loree Wade Carla Walker Tina Walker Dennis Walmer Cynthia Wandrey Kelly Watt Rebecca Watts Linda Welch Donny Wells Joyce White Laura Wilembrecht Hayden Williams Vicki Wilson Michael Winters Jill Wolfenden Diane Woods Randv Wood Seniors Eileen Celio. Jennifer Berry. Susan Beebe, and Libby Marie Bellitter took part in a discussion in their Family Living Class. Discussions were a regular part ot this class. Tammy Woodward Kim Wronkoski Dawn Yeley Greg YodisVNNUAL UTOPIAN BLOOD DRIVE David Zeppetella Pam Zeppin Karen Zieser Lynn Zubal Michelle Barber Hilda Begaye Laural Blessington James Buckley Joe Dunevent Patricia Golden Craig Goshert Bill Morse John Padilla Mary Shoop Scott Sixel Marianne Sing James Struck Kelly Tilford 57JRS. PREPARED FOR FINAL YEAR Junior Class Officers: Row 1: Karen Bulissa. Treasurer: Julie Giovanini. Secretary: Alecia Freeman. President: Todd Foy. Vice President Row 2: Mike Lann.ng. Representative: Dam Lynch. Representative: Karie Matsuishi. Representative: Kris Cole. Representative Row 3 Rob Martin. Representative: Mr. Lancaster: Ken Copic. Representative: Doug Pope. Representative Andy Acedo Darrell Aguilera Carolyn Alewine Julie Almon Peggy Amarillas Anita Amparano Helen Andrade Charles Apodaca John Apodaca Steve Arbuckle Leticia Arce John Artichoker Judy Atterholt Jgade Ayres David Barnes This year’s juniors were known for their spirit. Their feelin’ free enthusi- asm helped them to contend with the pressures and anxieties of the hectic year. Even though this year proved to be formidable, the juniors foresaw the promise of their final year. In addition to looking forward to their senior year, the juniors were inspired by the prospect of their first prom. The juniors also showed their pep by assisting at the concession stands. 58Tom Barnes James Barrier Jane Bates Ronni Batterson Bonita Batty Diane Baugh John Beck Nelson Beck Saundra Beck Ruth Beeker Chns Beisecker Karen Benson Michael Bergner Daniel Bergsten Daniel Birch Julie Bismger Don 8lomgren Doug Bolejack John Bonds Dean Bonzani Rick Booher Barry Bortz Brian Bosak Melissa Perry. Valerie Hodges. Leon Hauck. Steve Kranz. wait for their bus. Ty Bothwell Jim Boughner Jeanne Bradley Matthew Bragone 59 Duane Fischer talks to Marty Smith about their big testJRS. PLAN FOR FUTURE Liz Koster argues with Kathy Crann about the starting position. Tammi Braselton Jill Bray Bonnie Brimley Linda Britain Michelle Broach James Brooks Laurel Brougher Jeff Brown Leslie Bruce Charlotte Brummer Tammy Bryant Dore Brzezinski Karen Bulissa Mike Burbach Mitch 8urnett Jerry Burton Edward Bushey Cindy 8ustamante Shari Butler Brent Campbell Jeff Carrillo Linda Carrillo 60 Laura Carrothers Janette Cassner Chris Cataldo Vicki Cataldo Tom Catchings Jenny CaufmanAntonio Chagolla Marianne Chaires Ken Channon John Chesebrough Robert Chmelka Mikyung Chung Richard Cimaglia Robert Clayton Lisa Cleland Kris Cole Donald Collins John Collins Nick Cornelia Mike Connaughton Cindi Cook Cathy Cooper Dale Cooper Ken Copic Laura Counts Mary Coyne Susan Crabtree Kathy Crann Mary Crawford Betty Crimp Ron Cromer Brent Crusan Grade Cruz Teresa Cuellar 61 Junior. Kelly Fetzer. takes a break after she had finished cheering at one of the assemblies.JRS. FIX UPON CAREER GOALS 62 Bill Curtis Mikal Danley Aaron Darrow Johnny Davis Bonnie Deatherage Kent Decker Angela Delakowitz Donald DeMarie Jerry Denton Jim Deruiter Jeff Diaz Richard Dickey Rhonda Dies Gregg Doedcn Stacy Domme Lorie Duncan Sandy Dunham Kathie Dunlap Jennifer Eckhout Richard Elder Jeri Eldridge Mitch Elliott Ken Engstrom Ken Esposito Donna Estes Michele Eycleshymer Dave Smith. Junior, closely reads a paperback that was re- quired for Mrs. Bateman’s basic composition class Cathy Jarman. Susan Hall, and Carolyn Rael discuss the day's happenings during lunch hour under trees around campus. Leonard Fasuga Jim Fellner Eileen Fenner Michael Ferchaud Kellie Fetzer Duane FischerTom Campion works constructively on his project for his upholstery class. Each student must make a required number of projects a year. Peggy Flamme Glenn Flood Marcelma Flores James Formolo Rhonda Foster Todd Foy Angie Fraser Alecia Freeman Don Freeman Jackie Frette Kirk Frey Kelly Gabany Eric Gregoire Mike Granado Todd Gallia Mary Greene Kevin Gray Julie Giovanini Darryl Galbraith Deanne Grizzell Mike Goodson Neil Graber Rosemary Gonzales Denise Gilbert Carmen Garcia Charlie Garza David Gollihar John Goodman Mike Gerstner Kandace Garrard David Green Robert Green Jane Glowacki 63SPIRIT ACHIEVED BY JUNIORS Bill Curtis busily works on an exam he must pass for one of his classes. Becky Galas Sherry Gall Chris Gaither Tony Grantham Steve Gierish Ron Galindo Janie Garcia Tammy Griffin Chip Garrett John Gallen Dale Geshell Sophia Garza Susan Goshert Ron Goodwin Dave Gillespie Shana Geiss Frank Gallagher Susan Hall Ed Halliburton Lisa Hamilton Jackie Harker Haley Harmon Tom Harmon Angela Harper Melany Hastings Leon Hauck Sheri Hayes i 4 i yn A' V y f f V ‘ E |V - , ■mi f L fs 64James Hei Penney Hein Suzan Heivilin Kim Henderson Greg Henke Sandy Hensler Mary Hering Heidi Hermerath Mark Hess Chris Hill Haley Harmon, junior, worked busily at the concession stand during the foot- ball game to raise money for the prom. Laura Hoag Debra Hockers Valerie Hodges Katrina Hotter Dennis Holden Jamie Holland Brad Holmstrom James Hoover Dennis Hopkins Tracey Hopkins Karen Horne Debra Houchard Paul Houghton Debbie Houser Leslie Howard Richard Howard Band students refresh after marching at a football game. 65U.S. HISTORY, A REAL CHALLENGE John Howerton Karen Hunter Laurie Hurd Leslie Jackson Richard Jackson Guy Jacobs Michael James Cathy Jarman Cathy Jarnagin Andy Acedo and Jcri 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. Vail’s speech 1-2 class. Chris Johnson James Johnson Jennifer Johnson Mike Jonas Chris Jones Tammy Jones Julie Jordan Jody Kacura Helen Kalafat Garry Karfeld Tim Karlsrud Mitchell Katzberg Richard Kaylor Mindy Keizerstein 66Manuel Martinez and Bryan Snyder work on their projects in Art 3-4. Kevin Kelley Victor Kelling Rick Kelly Bob Kenney Dean King Tim King Dave Kirby Doug Kirts Kathy Klatt Lynette Klawon Mark Klenner Larry Konkle Jay Koon Dolores Koopman Liz Koster Bob Kostyk George Kranz Kristin Krause Joe Kreutz Clark Krueger 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. 67PRE-COLLEGE TESTS PROVE TOUGH Jeff 8rown 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. Sherri Lachman and Tammie Wright went to their lockers early to get their books to avoid the after lunch last minute rush. Tom Labarr Sherri Lachman Linda Lafferty Scott Lambert Linda Lamberton Joe Landram Mark Landreth Michael Lang Lori Lanley Mike Lanning Michael Larsen Brent Lee Laura Lee Peter Lengvary Bob Leonard Lori Lethem Jon Levin Betsy Lieberman Tommy Lofton 68 Talking is a favorite pastime of Juniors.Junior. Ken Engstrom and Todd Foy. both participated in the intramural volleyball games held after school sponsored by student council. Patty McCormick, junior reaches into her purse for something unknown. Bradley Long James Lopez Raul Lopez Robert Lucas Scott Lung Daniela Lynch Alan McAbee Patty McCormick Robert McCormick Brenda McDaniels Kelly McDonald Amy McLain Sean McMullen Ann McNeil Terry Mathews Steve Matousek Karie Matsuishi Kathy Maccarone Jenny Mackenzie Kathy Mahoney George Maliga Peter Mang 69CLASS PREPARED FOR BIG PROM Rick Kelly walks towards his locker to ex- change books for another class as many stu- dents do between classes. Donald Martin Greg Martin Judy Martin Mark Martin Richard Martin Robert Martin Manuel Martinez Richard Martinez Tamara Maurer Ken Medlyn Steve Meisenheimer Pam Meisheid Mary Mekailek Kim Melton Mark Meyer Cheryl Miller As Shawn Blomgren gets his books out of his locker he turns around just as the camera catches his unexpected expression. 70 Debbie Miller Diane Miller Pete Miller Ray Miller Robert Miller Joel Mishler Jackie Missig Cory Mitchell At the disco was Mike Granado and Jackie Gonzalo to show off some popular new moves.JRS. IN TO SCHOOL AFFAIRS Caroline Morgan Clay Morgan Deborah Morgan Kathy Mueller Mike Nance Byron Nelson Carol Newbury Tanya Newman Michelle Nipper Luz Odogui Mark Ojanen Lee Olsen Lucian Omoran Dora Padia Aboard the junior float at the homecoming assembly are Todd Foy. Melany Hastings. Julie Giovanini. and Mike Lanning. Through all the egg fights and senior raids, the float looked pretty good even though it took third place. Jeff Palmer Beth Palmquist Ann Parks Phillip Patten Frank Patterson Robin Peace Skip Peeples 71Robert Pela Karen Pennington Joana PesKin Jeff Sears, junior, sits with a friend after eating lunch, stares into space thinking about his upcoming week of classes. Robin Smith. Junior, enjoys showing some of the moves she displays as drum majorette during football season. Mike Peterson Richard Pierson Mike Pomeroy Theresa Ponce Doug Pope Mike Porco Antonio Porras Chris Potts David Prazak Lori Prugh Beatrice Pulice Glenn Rabinowitz Carolyn Rael Shawn Ranes As a classmate looks on. Rhonda Dies gives a speech. Amy Reilly Sue Reiterman Cari Richards Harold Richards Doug Richardson Bob RiosJRS. SOUGHT PART-TIME JOBS Kelly Rivers Cheryl Rivette Kelly Robert Renae Robinson Debra Rodriquez Terry Roeber Ken Rogers Linda Rogers James Rojo Melisa Rollins Laura Roman-Tweed Kim Rose Michelle Eycleshymer and Tom Dvorak take a U.S. History test. Leonard Rose Susan Ross Valarie Rossman James Rowan Wayne Ruiz Cristi Ryan Roxan Ryan Pam Sacharko Jeff Sager Brian Sakata Larry Sanchez Patricia Saver 7 JRS. WON Junior. Byron Nelson and senior. Hayden Williams practice moves (or guarding at pre-season basketball practice. They had to be ready for the heavy competition. Juniors made up a large part of the team. VOLLEYBALL TOURNEY Kevin Sawyer Diana Seaman Jeff Sears Michael Scheckel Julie Giovanini looks pleased with the Junior float as she puts on the finishing touches. Kirk Scfton Lori Seiler Brad Schexnayder Manfred Schneider Frank Schwieder Mary Shadle Patty Shafer Molly Shahan Patsi Shannon Lori Shaw Mike Sheridan Janice Shingleton Christine Shockley Kathy Shoger Michael Short Becky Silva Joe Sipe Brenda Smith George Smith Julie Smith Robin Smith 74Vickie Smith Bryan Snyder Stuart Sokolsky Jerry Sooter Kim Stamper Fred Stanek Carie Steele Marcia Steele Steve Steinberg Susan Steinmetz Sherlyn Stephens Cris Stewart Renata Stover Lisa Stuck David Suiter Barry Sullivan Gail Suttle Paul Sypherd Sharon Tanz Mark Thomas Traci Thompson Teresa Thun Lisa Timmons Linda Tipton Judy Torres Colette Toth Kathryn Trimmier Diana Tripp Jane Troutman Tammy Bryant, junior, carefully rewinds the tape from an adding machine used in Junior Office Education. Brett Truby Kathy Trueblood Ignacio Valenzuela Stella Valenzuela Tony Vanloenen Eva Vasquez Junior. Mike Danley, quietly smiles at a small joke in a discussion group. 75JRS. ENJOY ACTIVITIES Angelina Verdugo Tom Vincent David Voris Linda Wagner Ken Walker Don Ware Jeff Warren John Weare Kerry Wcinheimer Kyle Weinhcimer Kelly Weiss Chris Wells Roy Wheeler Julie White Shaun White Lorena Whitson Mark Whitt Don Wilembrecht Holli Williams Mark Williams Mark Williams Scott Williams Gregg Wilson Denise Winter Linda Wolf Melody Wooten Donna Wright Tammie Wright Yvette Morelli and Tom Harmon, both juniors, work hard with various utensils on a leather project in their Crafts 1-2. Other assignments in the class included clay pottery, working with copper jewelry, and metal works. The class is popular throughout the school. 76Debi Miller and Jody Kacura. both juniors, talk over a part in the book that they are both reading. Cindy Narloch. trys on this longhorn skull over her head. Theresa Yates Lori Young Kelly Zealley Cheryl Zelrick Dan Zinder Chris Zink Robert Zwick Kristi Brady Sonia Bravo Terri Coover Steve Crownover Trent Degenstein Jane Lassila Yolanda Molinar Angel Monachelli Dan Moore Yvette Morelli Ken Wallace Juniors. Keny Burnett and Donna Wright, sit at the edge ot the grass and watch one ot the lunch time activities. 77SOPHOMORES BECAME INVOLVED 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 oil painting. Besides the class activities, the students participated in a pumpkin face painting contest and an art festival later in the year. This year the sophomores were faced with new classes and familiar surround- ings. Throughout the 78-79 year the sophomores worked hard in all as- pects. They took first in the float com- 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. Virginia Acuna Maria Abbate Steven Adams Laurence Adler Sandra Adsit David Alcon Cynthia Allec Jeffrey Allen Christy Almanza Bernie Amado Deanna Amos Susan Amparano Donald Anderson Jeffery Anderson Kelly Anderson Kim Anderson John Andrade Rosie Andrade Antonia Andrade Eric Andrewson Linda Andrus Claire Arthur Tracy Atchley William Atkins Matt Aughinbagh John Bader Charles Baer Robert Baker Tom BakerDianna Baldencrgo Laurie Barbee Melanie Barber Chad Barclay Cynthia Barnes Robert Barrette Shelly Beasley Amy Beck Michael Beck Karla Beecher Sandra Beerman Gary Beights Roger Bell Debra Bellitter Vicki Belt Robin Bern Jolynne Berrett Tammy Betzer Melanie Bigelow Janice Birdsell Robert Bisinger Robert Black William Blackwell MaryJane Blessington Robin Blessington Karen Bloomfield Maureen Bolton MaryAnn Bonzani Valerie Born David Bosak Sherry Bowe Whitney Bowman Theresa Bradley Melissa Brewster Thomas Brink Robin Brister Frank Brodish Brenda Brooks 79Sophomores. Virginia Acuna, and Ericka Kellis concentrated on snow cones for one of the numerous fund raising projects put on by the Golden Hawks. Jeanine Brown Sherry Brown Tammy Brown Tina Brown Sharon Brudeseth Stephen Brumfield Debra Bryan Tammy Bryan Morgan Bryant Todd Buhr Mark Bulissa Katrina Burkett Chris Burrus Claire Butler Paul Byrd Two sophomores chose a shaded area to watch the partici- pants engage in several racquetball games during their lunch hour. Racquetball has remained one of the most popular sports at Apollo. Shannon Cagle Daniel Carrillo Mary Carrothers Bret Carruthers Juan Castaneda Nona Catchings Debbie Chaires Natalie Chancellor Jeffrey Chandler Leila Chapman Flora Chavez John Cheyne Susan Chille Robert Chipley 80David Ciocca Kevin Clark Carol Clayton Cheryl Clayton Rebecca Clayton Craig Clute Lisa Coakley Mark Coffin Kim Cole Lori Collins Ronald Comon Beth Compton Ann Connaughton SOPHOMORE SPIRIT STRONG 81SOPHS ANTICIPATI Ellen Converse Russell Converse Juliann Conway Brent Coombs Kirk Copic Debbie Cornforth Gayle Gessner. sophomore, sits and enjoys watching the empty pool while she is watching for her mom to pick her up. Russell Converse sat intently watching the J.V. football game. Leslie Cornwell Corinne Costa Mark Counts David Covery Terri Coyle Guy Craig Lisa Cramer Cindy Crawford David Cropper Nolan Crowell Glenn Crowley Stephanie Dale Kappi Davenport Gregory Davidson Colmda Davis Shari Davis Dejah Dice Kevin Diaz Debra Dewane Ester De Los Rios Jeffrey Dayton Whitney Dillaber Brian Doeden David Domotor 82THEIR NEXT YEAR Zane Dreschner Matt Duncan Diana Dunkin Joann Duran Randell Dykstra James Eastburn Dorinda Edwards Melanie Elliott Misti Emerson Amy Engebretson Robert Engst Michelle Esancy Rey Espinoza Deanne Evans Doug Farrar Larry Fenner Glen Festin Keith Filippazzo Paul Finch Lucinda Fischer Karleen Florendo Robert Foard Jacquelyn Fogarty Robert Fogoros Below; Maryann Tomooka. stands out in front waiting for the bus to come take the pom line to the football game. Above; Jim Meeks, was overly excited to win the crown of the beauty queen for first lunch.SOPHS EXPERIENCE BIOLOGY Daniela Ford Andrew Foster Sheila Forman Jeff Fraser Thomas Freeman Leann Froelich Lisa Fulcher Katherine Fuller Mike Furr Doug Gabel Justine Gagnon Timothy Gallagher David Gamboa Sandra Garcia Sheri Geiss Bill Gehrman Daryl Geraci Rebecca German Janet Gerst Gayle Gessner Robby Ginis Matthew Gismondi Sally Glasmann Kim Golba Trisha Goldberg Renee Graff Chris Grantham Joseph Green Sophomore. Rob Weaver, takes a quick glance out of his English class window to give the photographer a big grin. Vicki Belt, sophomore, tries to explain to her pet owl that the Mickey Mouse club is a great club to join. 84SOPHS PURSUE ADVENTURES Roy Green Mark Greenlee Marcy Greenwood Shauna Greiner Terri Griffin Daryl Griffiths Eddie Gudin Michael Gudin Kari Guthrie Kevin Guthrie Deborah Hall Paula Hall Julee Hamilton Susan Hampton Lisa Hardesty James Harper Sharon Harris Kelly Hart Brett Harward Joseph Havely Kelly Hayden Heidi Hayes Brandy Heathcotte Chris Henderson Crystal Henderson Scott Henderson Sherry Hermanson Cesar Hernandez Frank Hernandez Maryann Hess Glenna Hirschi Danny Hoagland While Kristie Lawver participates in taking the eye test. Frank Brodish looks on nervously waiting for his turn. 8586 SOPHOMORES ENLIVEN CAMPUS Deanne Evans stands by the sophomore locker building talking to some of her friends. This year, as always, the locker buildings were a popular place for the students to hang around at during lunch. Chris Hodges Susan Hodgson Tab Hockamier Paul Hoffman David Hold Sondra Honey Donald Hopper Kevin Horne Kim Howe Veronica Huerta Carol Hughes Brian Hurd Patrick Hynick Jerri Jackson Michael James Randall Johns Susan Johnson Pat Jonas Kris Jones Kenneth Justen Chris Kalian Sophomore Student Council; Row 1; Bonnie Ogden. Carol Rucker. Patty Reynolds. Row 2; Mr. Grassi. Mrs. Wilkey, Mike Kelly. Pat Sell. Melisa Nash. Mike Ortega.Lisa Wood checked through her assignment sheets (or the upcoming newspa- per deadline on Friday. Twice every month newspapers are usually distributed thorughout the campus to inform students of recent activities. Gregory Karfeld Vicky Kasallis Kristi Kauffman Deborah Kelling Encka Kellis Michael Kelly Frances Keltner Daniel Kirby Tamara Kirkpatrick Lorraine Kisch Peggy Klatt Dawn Klym Scott Knierim Valeric Knight Brian Koenes Ronald Kohatsu Timothy Koon Leslie Koopman Todd Krauss Sandra Kudreyko John Kulon Tamara Kutzli Debbie Kwiatkoski Kevin Ladd Garrie Lain Bruce Langenhuizen Robert Langford Faye Lape Mark Larson Kristie Lawver Lieuchi Le John Leatherwood 4 f Sue Ponkey scans through her assignments during algebra. 87Celina Lee James Lee Kate Leonard Lisa Leonardi Elissa Levine Steve Liddicoat Kimberley Light Michael Linder Cheri Lindsey Stanley Lit Cheryl Lola Joanna Lopez Johnna Lopez Lloyd Lopez Mark Lopez Barry Lorenz Debbie Love William Lowe Mark Lusk Jeff Lynn Michael Lynn Timeri McCloud Chris McCord James McGinlay Vicky McGraw Kimberly McKnight Kenneth McNie Kim Machutta Heather Macleod Pamela Madania Pamela Mahoney Suzanne Mar Ronald Marki Debbie Marquardt Lorenzo Marquez Candace Martin Kory Martin Deena Martinez Gilbert Martinez Maria Martinez Rebecca Martinez Ricky Massena Todd Matousek Timothy Meador Kurtis Medlyn James Meeks Michelle Mekailek 88SOPHS GRAPPLE AT STUDIES 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. Timothy Melton Joe Mendez Becky Merchant Robert Meya Brian Meyer James Meyer James Milakovich Stacy Milani Lewis Millegan Paul Miller Kimberly Milton Ben Molina Daniel Montello Dan Morgan 89Cynthia Morris Julie Mumpy Debra Munoz Eric Murphy Philip Murray Alex Murrietta Stephen Myers Lorraine Nail Lori Nash Melissa Nash Kathleen Nast David Neal kf Melissa Nash looks to her friend for help on one of those baffling assignments given in Biology. Chris Carrington tries to pass the eye test given to all sopho- mores from the school nurse. Amy Neis Billie New Stephen Nelson David Nichols Dale Nielson Barton Nixon Sharon Noble Steve Noble Timothy Oates Susan OConnor Timothy Odell Bonnie Ogden Lisa Olson Kelly ORourke David Orsburn 90Debbie Bellitter and Maureen Bolton, both sophomores, read a magazine to kill time before getting on the bus to the Prescott football game. JoLynne 8errett studies her music calmly while she plays her instrument. Michael Ortega Sylvia Ortiz Renni Osburn Kathi Oshita Mary Padilla Danny Palacios Tonya Parks Joseph Parren Scott Patricki Kathy Patterson Paula Patterson Nancy Patton Deanna Pauk Michael Payne Barbara Pederson Debbie Peeples Tim Perry Mark Peters Neil Pierce Liz Piller Laura Pless Norma Ponce Susan Ponkey David Pope Lori Poor James Porter Laurie Powell Eric Prebys 91Kim Yeley and Roy Thompson work quietly together to study for one of the Driver’s Ed. tests. SOPHS CAPTURED Kim Preswheat Peggy Price Tammy Pulice Linda Quinn John Rabenius Keith Rabenneck Annamaria Ramirez Jesse Ramirez Rosemary Ramirez 92 Steve Ramirez Maria Ramos Elizabeth Rangel Todd Rankin Valerie Rankin Sonya Rathgeber Douglas Rauba Jim Reed Scott Reid Patti Reynolds Jeff Ringe James Rivers Luann Rivette Linda Rizzo John Robinson:IRST IN FLOAT Timothy Rogers Carol Rucker Scott Rudge Laurel Rufibach Elwood Russell Gail Runkle Timothy Ryan Russell Satterfield Michelle Saunders Suzanne Mar appears to be satisfied with the way her embroi- dery is turning out in the Home Economics class. Embroidery is just one of the many things taught in Home Ec. Robert Saunders Patrick Scalf Michael Scarbrough Laurie Schaubel Juli Schexnayder William Scheckel David Schott Germaine Schwartz Janet Sciotto Billie Scott Cindy Scott Patrick Sell Caroline Sessa Natalie Shearl Shaun Shields After finding out that their Homecoming float had won first place, the sophomores excitedly displayed their trophy. 93Janet Gerst, Tammy Kirkpatrick and companion danced in the play "Caught in the Villans Web". Robert Shepard Suellen Shima Jody Shinn Teresa Shinn Christina Shinske Laura Shinskey William Shrider Carolyn Sifuentes Jeffrey Sikes Lisa Sikes Maria Silva Peggy Simpson 94 SOPHS STRUGGLE TO TOP Roslyn Simpson Tuck Sing Mark Sipes Kurt Sixel Greg Slamka Roger Slaton Cheryle Smith Diane Smith Veronica Smith James Smith Lorna Sneddon Susan Snyder Tobi Snyder Lori Spittler Patricia Staley CeCe StanekMaureen Bolton and Oiana Baldenegro. both sophomores, enjoy a nice chat between friends in their spare time during lunchtime, breaks, between classes and before and after school. Kevin Stephens Jeffrey Stine Craig Stone Cassy Strickland Curtis Strohl James Stultz Beth Stump Kenneth Subia Holly Suggs Linda Suiter Sandra Swadley Susan Swindle Matt Syperd Joanne Takiguchi Peter Talamentcs Karen Taylor Jmger Terry Alicia Thomas Roy Thomson Vickie Thun Brian Tindall Left; Brett Harward smiles after a test, then sits back to watch Mike James. Below; after a hard day of selling candy. Linda Rizzo decides to take a break. 95Traci Tisdale Becky Tober MaryAnn Tomooka Priscilla Trevino Terri Trusty Mary Tudor Andrew Turner Nancy Turner Alexander Ulloa Jeanette Umbertino Patty Valentine Dean VanKirk Theresa Varnum Bob Vaswani Timothy Vaughn Jackie Fogarty and freshman acquaintance give a helping hand in selling baked goods for the French club at open house. The sophomores were really influential in clubs and other activities this year. Melody Walworth Robert Wang Wendy Watt Rob Weaver Sherri Wehmueller Lorraine Velasquez Joy Venancio Patrick Vincent Treva Voorneveld Sharon Voss Jonathan Wade Kenny Wadsworth Donald Waelde Kenneth Walker Kim Walters ■I %SOPHS EXPLODE INTO ACTION Becky Weiss Mike Wells Carole Wenzl Janet West Shelley Westover BettyJane Whalley William Whalley Crystal Williams Tammy Williams Cindy Wise Mickey Wilson Tom Witte Mary Ann Wombacher Lisa Wood Shari Wood Warren Wyles Carmen Ybanez Kim Yeley Eric Yodis Darryl Young Tammy Zerbe Eric Ziegler Theresa Zimmerman James Zipf Yolanda Jimenez Deanna Pauk is caught in the act while practicing her lines for a dramatic reading. 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. 97FROSH 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. In 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 years. Frosh class council: First row; Marsha Kennedy. Randa Kutab. Second row; Lisa Heyn, Paige Moore. Sue Grattino, Kim Carroll. Susie Espinoza. Daryle Adams Cathy Adler Danny Adler Diane Affeldt Robbie Alexander Lisa Alger Anna Almanza Dorina Amarillas Michael Ament Colin Amos Margo Amparan Lauri Amuso Jeffrey Anderson Laurie Anderson Madaline Anderson Nancy Anderson Perry Anderson Jackie Andrick Daniel Anstett Yvette Apodaca Maria Arce Lorenzo Arenivaz Marci Ayars Robert Back Robert Backer Sandra Baeza Sheila Bale Mary Balzic Michael Barnes Jon Barnum Anthony Batson Teal Battin Darla Baugh Jan Baxter Charles BedoreTammy Ratty and her friend take out time from their lunch hour to vote for homecoming royalty. An Apollo student tries to hurry up and finish her homework before the first morning bell rings. Terri Beecher Jim Beeker Rhonda Belkin Janet Bell Connie Bellitter Jennifer Bennett William Bennett Richard Berg Christine Bcrgner David Berry Maureen Best Donna Bidwcll Mark Bitteker Riley Bivens Cindy Blomgren Lisa Bochicchio Frank Bodisher Linden Bohrer Joseph Bombaci Vicki Bonds Brian Bortz Cynthia Bose Mark Boucher Brett Bourbeau Damon Bradley Christopher Branson Melodee Brewer 99NO SHOW AT FLOAT PARTY Alice Brooks Tim Bryant Brian Burchfield Bryan Burgoz Charles Cales Tamara Calvin Patricia Brimley Kellene Campbell Marcia Canady Timothy Capron Lisa Carlisi Benjamin Carlson Lori Carpenter Felicia Carrai Ray Carrizoza Kimberly Carroll Charles Cater Kenny Celia Vicki Chaney Karen Chavers Pat Clark Nora Coast Stacey Coe Janice Collins Jeffrey Conroy Lori Consolo Michael Conway Brenda Cool Katherine Cooper Randal Copic Glenn Crabtree Paula Cranfield Judith Cran Shelly Crawford Edward Curley Angela Daggett Annette Daggett Gail Dammann Kim Daugherty Eddie Davanzo Brad DavisJohn Dayton Dorothy Deatheragc David Degard Scott Dekeukelaere Roxanne Dejanovich Patrick Denton Robin Denton Renee Devore Craig Dies Ann Digilio William Dimas Kimberly Donovan Cheryl Dorsett Stacey Drane Ken Duncan Steve Duncan Julie Dunlap Margaret Earle Gary Eastridge Cynthia Edwards Mark Ehlers Sharron Eliason Rikki Elkins Anthony Elmore Holly Elwood Jo Epp Richard Espinoza Susie Espinoza Jerry Essig Donna Estep Henry Eubank Lisa Falbo Amy Fellner Russell Femyer Richard Fernandez Dean Fcrullo Sally Festin Vernon Fielding Joe Herrin and a classmate work together on an Earth Science experiment. 101FROSH CATCH ON TO TRENDS Timothy Filippazzo Derk Finstad Edward Fischer Juanita Fisher Rickey Fisher Vickey Fisher Greg Flath David Flittner Scott Flood Pearl Flores Stephen Forman Christine Foster Donald Foster Pierre Foulks Deborah Frank Douglas Freiwald Julie Frisoni Bryan Froelich Carol Fukunaga Larry Gadbcrry Dennis Gaither Julie Gallagher Kevin Gallagher Angelo Gallino Dennis Galloway Patricia Gamboa Tana Garland Phoebe Garraghan John Gay Paula Gehrman Brent George Deborah Gerboth Suzanne Gerstner Todd Gessel Danny Giebner Gary Gilbert 102Freshman. Greg Lofton, takes time out from an advertisement poster in Journalism 1-2 for a nap. David Gillespie Bethann Giovanini Cherylann Girone Maureen Gizelbach Brenda Gobeli Bart Goetz James Golden Dawn Gomolski Pedro Gonzales Manual Gonzales Jacqueline Gonzalo Michelle Goodman Sandra Goodman Joe Granado Susan Grattino Rita Greco Denise Green James Green Michael Greene Janice Grcwe Kimberly Grim Martin Guerra James Gunderson Larry Gutierrez Mary Haines Christopher Hale David Hamblin Brent Hammit Jani Hancock Kurt Harless John Harris Richard Hawk Elizabeth Hayes John Healy 103 Kevin Gallagher, freshman, performed periodically at the as- semblies throughout the year.FROSH FILLED WITH ANXIETIES Michael Hein Crystal Henry Lisa Hensler Joseph Hentz Richard Hernandez Joe Herrin Robert Herzog Kurt Hess Lisa Heyn Carolyn Hilderbrandt Richard Hillman Thomas Hinsberger Becky Hinson Scott Hobson Carla Hochwender Cindy Hockers Ken Holem Terry Holland Daniel Holley Terri Hopkins Karlene Horne Earnest Horton Jeff Horton Mark Howard Victor Howard Ralf Hunniford Chistopher Hunt Kevin Hunter Virginia llten Jennifer Inness Bryan Irvin Farron Jackson Richard Jackson Wendy Jacobs Brenda James Greg James Judy Janisch Kelly Jennings Daryl Johns Sharon Johnson Right: Freshmen vote for their class officers in their first election. 104PEP RALLY SPARKED FROSH Linda Justen Dana Karg Ramona Kapp Catherine Keefer Kevin Kelleher Randy Kelly Wendy Kelly Norman Kempfer Brian Kenney Terry Kenyon George Kershner Mark Keys Sherry King Lisa Kinstler Tammy Kirton Kathleen Kite Jacky Kiteley Michelle Krautheim Cynthia Kline Jim Klym Valerie Koegel Rory Konkle Paul Koontz Kimberly Kortc Karl Kowalski Greg Kranz Michael Kleyhaucr Brad Krem 10SA group of freshmen wail outside their classes before the bell rings at the end of their lunch hour. John Kwiatkoski Nina Lafinier John Lamb Laura Larkin Mark Laube Kathleen Lee Kimball Lee Mary Lee Tracy Lee Keith Lewis John Liddicoat Kenny Lindsey Robert Linxwiler Wendy Littlewood Lisa Locker Bill Landram Annamaria Luechese Mike Lucders Colin McClure Diann McCormack Diane McDaniels Robert McHugh Lari McKinstry Joan McNeil Nancy Maccarone Renee Machutta Darin Macumber Kari Mahoney Margaret Mahoney James Marino Valerie Marino Danny Marmor Ray Marsh Joann Martin Terry Martin Lucinda Maas Dean Mast Rhonda Matclski Brett Matthews Kim Meisheid Alicia Mendoza Alice Mcrolli Debra Merrill 106Vicki Chaney and Chris Warner, the freshman Homecoming Attendants, seemed very happy as they walked through the traditional Homecoming arch. K r SVatfL € f mm f Douglas Meyer Chris Miller Sandra Miller Tony Miranda Maryangel Molina Michael Molinar Melodie Monahan Paige Moore Angel Moreno Margarita Moreno Karen Morgan Michael Morgan James Morse John Mueller Cynthia Muir Sheryl Muir Yvonne Murtagh Andrea Musto Barry Myers Kenneth Myers Vicky Nachess David Narloch Joseph Neese Karl Neis Darlene Nelson Eve Nelson Sheryl New Janet Newbury Mytrang Nguyen Paula Nichols David Nielsen Thomas Norris Richard Nulliner Marissa Oakes Cynthia O'Dell Greg Oppedisano Patty O'Rourke Ann Orrico 107FROSH STRUGGLE TO TOP Joan Orsburn Porfirio Ortiz Richard Oshita Ruby Pacheco Arthur Padilla Joseph Palumbo Bob Parkinson Dianna Parra Susan Parsons Tom Pavey Terry Payne Kristi Peace Lisa Pearson Juliann Pennington Lynn Perkins David Peskin Jeffrey Peters Stella Petito Mark Phillips Aaron Pierson Victor Porras 108Returning to her desk after having her absence slip checked by the teacher, this student smiled as she returned to her desk to begin on her make-up work. Working together, this group of freshmen completed one of the many experi- ments required of them in Earth Science. Emily Potts Larry Prazak April Presnar Penny Price Jay Puckett Jo Puckett Kimberley Pulliam William Purgitt Byron Qualley Jamie Quinn Becky Rael Mark Raines Maureen Ramey David Ranes Scott Rankin Tami Ratti Michelle Recker Shawn Reese Diana Reid Steve Reilly Janet Renkenberger Suzanne Rex Deborah Ricketts 109FROSH BUILD SPIRIT FOR FINAL Stella Rios Nacho Rojas Kathleen Rollins Brenda Rivette Sandra Robinson David Roe Michael Rogers Troy Rogers Michael Rishling Daniel Romanski Julie Rome Elayne Rosenberg Mark Rissler Scott Robinett Mark Robinson Scott Ross Eric Rossman Vinson Rothlisberger Kirk Ruckman Tracy Ruiz Zsuzsi Sagodi Edward Salem Margo Soli David Sanmarco Helen Sample Rosala Sanmiguel Elizabeth Saunders Barbara Sowden Eric Scanlon Lisa Scarbrough Robert Schedler Paul Schemers Craig Schultz Michael Schultz Kelli Schunk Mary Schwieder noYEARS AT APOLLO HIGH SCHOOL Anthony Scire Robbie Sharpe Richard Shaw Dale Shipp Steve Short Mark Simmons Charity Simuangco Michael Sinise Josephine Sipes Patricia Sipes Steve Sluyk Dawn Smallwood Audrey Smith Deborah Smith Kevin Smith Leslie Smith Mike Smith Wendy Smith Pat Sooter Andrew Soto Annamarie Souch Merita Sparman Sherri Spears Marie Squires Wayne Starke Gary Steele Mark Steinmetz Kelly Stinson James Stocker Steve Svancara Lisa Swaggerty Brent Swanger Debby Taggart Patricia Talamantes Randy Taylor Floyd Thomas Ian Tcpper Renee Thompson Jacqueline Thul Kenneth Tiger Delores Tomlinson Steve Short worked on a Journalism assignment while Angie Rios looked on. IllFROSH FIND AHS DANCES FUN James Toomey Hermogenes Torres Ivy Trevino Charles Troutman Karen Troutman Bruce Truby Phillip Trusken Sherri Tucker Tracey Tudor Mike Turner Don Tuttle David Vangordon John Valentine Benjy Vance Freshmen discovered that high school dances were very different from jr. high dances. These two freshmen took a break from dancing at one of the dances earlier in the year. John Vasquez Paul Vasquez Yoli Vasquez Todd Veldhuizen Ron Verdino Ernest Verdugo Suzanne Vidra 112Frank Villa Gilbert Villa Pete Villa Misty Voorneveld Steve Walker Katherine Wallace Chris Warner Judie Warren Mari Waterman Daniel Wells Greg Welsh Maria Wheeler Daryl White Rodney White Mike Whiting Kelly Wickline Marie Wiechec John Williams Kristene Williams Glenn Wilson Lori Wilson Michelle Winters Cathy Wisniewski Doug Wright Nancy Wright Holly Woodward Cheryl Young Robin Zelenak Sharon Zelrick Stacey Zieke Stacy Ziemer Elana Zinder 113FROSH FIGHT TO TOP Donald Apodoca Phil Gipson Scott Gould Ann Gray Cindy Harper Brock Heathcotte Charlene Heber Edward Jennings Vicki Johnson Paul Koontz Joan McNeil Scott Peralta Troy Pickering Rosemary Ruiz Teresa Seeley Joephine Sipes waits patiently in the large bookstore line for a book for one of her required freshman classes. Greg Welsh, freshman, ran the spotlight during a performance of "Caught in the Villains Web”. It ran for four days.ADMINISTRATION LEADS APOLLO GUHSD 1979 Board Members: Gordon Wagner, member: Dr. Donald Voss, member: Anne Schulz, president. Dr. Craig Trueblood. member; and Richard Stapley. clerk. 116 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 district. 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 JonesNTO SECOND SCHOOL EVALUATION Mr. Will Gonzales: Asst. Principal. Student Activities 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- ten to 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 unified community. Mr. Steve Knight: Dean of Students Mr. Joseph D. Bennett: Principal 117ART SKILLS PROVE SUCCESSFUL George Frey Eugene Gazzola Lawrence Gregory Kent Horne Norman Krombein Loren Neal Robert Shupp Will Stewart Mr. Krombein and Mr. Neal survey one of the pumpkins for the pumpkin decorat- ing contest. "Alas, poor York. I knew him well." Mr. Stewart gives one of his students last minute instructions before going to the Glendale football game. Mr. Gazzola. Industrial Arts teacher, walks away from one of Mr. Knight’s speech- es about Reality Therapy (RT). The workshop outlined reality between student and teacher. 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. Mr. Merlino. J.O.E. teacher, trys to help one of his students struggle through one of many difficult problems. Joe Albillar Clarissa Auvil Joan Coury Marcia Howard Glenn Queen Joan Zuckerbrow 119OFFICE GIVES DIRECTION Mrs. Silva, with an Apollo student, checks on a A.V. request. Mrs. McCoy, data processing controller, looks for information. Mrs. Ebersold. the school nurse, tests a student for his hearing, after being tested on his eyes. Sandy Acquista Janice Cea Margaret Ebersold Lucille Fulsome Lenore Kokaska Frances Landreth Ginny Linhart Carol McCormack Lois McCoy Jane Proctor Barbara Robertson Ida Sanchez Ginny Shafer Elaine Silva 120COUNSELORS, LIBRARIANS HELP Mr. Woodard, counselor, talks with a fellow counselor. Mrs. Samuels, about a related problem. Rudy 8urrola Margaret Crow Ann Dennis Marilyn Farris Sondra Fish Kerrie Hyman Mrs. Veach. counselor, always has an encouraging smile for her fellow students. Counselor. Mrs. Fish, talks with a student about his schedule change. Amina Samuels 121ENGLISH TEACHES NEW CONCEPTS Miss Goiter talks with another student about his grade in her English 3-4 class. t: f.1 F I 1 -»l fv V Mrs. Bateman. Basic Comp, teacher, explains one more time to her students how to do the assignment. Jean Connie Janet Barnhill Bateman Easley Bill Oon Effie Ferrell Fish Garcia Kathy Lynda Mary Gardner Geames Goiter 122 Mrs. Geames. a true fan of the Mickey Mouse club, teaches Literature of the Southwest.STUDENTS BATTLE GEMS FOE Mr. Parrish, football coach and English teacher, gets fed up with being a teacher and decides to switch places with his student. Left: Mrs. Barnhill is caught in a lighter moment in one of her classes. Below; Mr. Ferrell eagerly shows a student the consequences of being late to class. Mike Kranit Jerry McCormick Greg Parrish Adela Santa Crui Peter Bower Margaret Seymour Emmett Smith John Vail Bonnie Vivian Susan Whitchcr 123S.S. FOUND INTRIGUING Swimming coach. Mr. Garrett, discusses a test with an Apollo student. Mr. Grassi, geography teacher, looks forward to another day of his favorite class. Lewis Brown John Came Richard Garrett Bob Golay Bob Grassi Dennis Lancaster Jane Lyon Anne Marie Natale Bill Perkins Janet Proulx Al Scherba David Spellman Carol Wilkey Mr. Spellman, student council advisor, talks with a group of stu- dents about the volleyball intramurals held early in the year.SCIENCE FILLS GOALS Mr. Hiland teaches Earth Science, a required treshman class. T John Barber Robert Dammann Bill Erlenmeyer John Hall Jim Hiland Mike Holloway Joe D. Miller Christy Shantz John Squires Bill Sullivan Roy Tolby Mr. Sullivan takes a break from his reading to listen to his class' conversation. Mr. Rockey. Earth Science teacher, ponders on a question asked by a student. 125MATH EXCELS IN POTENT SKILLS Mr. Bursh. Basic Algebra 1-2 teacher, gives a reassuring smile to one of his students before she takes a test. Geometry teacher. Mr. Davenport, gives a last minute glance at his grade book before giving out the news. Mr. Gesell, Algebra 3-4 teacher, sits quitely at his desk going over the papers for the day. Charles Bayless Samuel Bursh Cheryl Cooper Paul Fedock Ganay Hicks Marcus Ligon David Lopez Spencer Rogers Doug Schlueter Rhea Travis 126STUDENTS 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. Roy D'Agostino Owen Dejanovich Thelma Keith Joe B. Miller 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 square dancing.INTEREST RISES IN LANGUAGES Fred Fiala Virginia Griggs Melva Molina Betty Prosser Paul Tualla 128 Virginia Griggs. French and Spanish teacher, is demonstrating some of the famous gestures of foreign language.SKILLS VITAL IN LIFE TAUGHT Joyce Franke Linda Pfeifer Claudia Rand Lanna Sullivan 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 Skip Hudson, a Safety Education teacher, is busy grading 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. 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. p VI Ray Alonzo Barbara Beery Rr , Dennis Christensen David Creech Robert Goyer Jacque Hirohata Don Holgate Linda Kahn Betty Porter Glen Ridinger Madelyn Stuckey Coralinda Wentworth Robert Goyer. shows how to give an award winning smile, while he demon- strates a difficult lesson in his Shop class. He is also in charge of the Special Olympics. 131ATTENDANTS UPHOLD CAMPUS Cafeteria Staff; Back Row- Helen Smith. Supervisor; Phyllis D'Amore; Gertie Langenhuizen; Mary Risner; Laverne McDannald; Nancy Fogarty; Pauline McDowell: Mamie Carr; Center- Fran Sanzone; Virginia Dominguez; Manuela Aldama; Kneeling- Jean Sgouros; Frances Ronquillo Custodians; Top Row- Al Rubio; John Degroot; Bottom Row- Ger, Grace; Joe Amarillas 132FOOTBALL 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 line to help Apollo gain yardage towards the winning of the first game of the season. Above: After a touchdown against Washington, the players and Coach Parrish show their enthusiasm on the side lines. The team stood together during both good and bad times. 134 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 Sixcl. 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.1978 SEASON 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 Above left: Coach McQuiston discusses strategy with Frank Gal- 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 score. 135J.V. ACHIEVE SUCCESS 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 Wmgham. 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. 136 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 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. Ooug Freiwald. Greg Lofton. Mike Kleyhaucr. Coach McCormick. Row 1: S. Peralta. J. Torres. S. Sluyk. K. Myers. R. Ulloa. C. Warner. G. Crabtree. G. Steele. B. Vance. J. Hall. Row 2: E. Bivins. M. Simmons. 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. Apodaoa.VOLLEYBALL PERFORMED AT Varsity Volleyball: Kneeling: Meri Saver. Theresa Degard. Jackie Thul. Standing: Vicky Kasallis. Susan Steinrnetz. 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 divisional 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 of the 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 outstanding job 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 assemblies. 138THEIR PRIME IN THE SEASON Above: Angel Monachelli places all ot her attention on preparing hersell 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. 139 Row 1: JoAnn Puckett. Michelle Esancey. Row 2: CeCe Stanek, Dorino Amarillos. Jeanette Umbertino. 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 Varsity Cross Country: Row 1; Stewart Hiymira. Robert Black. Brad Degroot, Bret Carruthers. Scott Papa. Coach Emmett Smith. Row 2; 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- ruthers. Sophomore. Scott Patricki, and fresh- man Ernie Verdugo. Man- uel Amarillas received most outstanding team- mate award. 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 victories. Robert Decker keeps running hard to retain his as he did in man mee,s- Manuel did an outstanding position. I°b running this year. 140SEASON WITH GREAT ENTHUSIASM Jeff Anderson tries to keep his position up against a runner from Thunderbird. Junior Varsity Cross Country: Row 1: Debbie Boucher. Cindy Allec. Mike Pomeroy. Dave Aleal. Greg Cheyne. Row 2: Ken Wallace. Mark Klenner. Dan Russell. Jeff Anderson. Freshman Cross Country: Row 1; Wayne Stark. Wayne Tuttle. Shawn Reese. Joe Palumbo. Row 2; Doug Wright. Mark Boucher. Tana Garland. Not Pictured; Karl Kowalski. Ernie Verdugo. Lor- enzo Arenivez. 141VARSITY AND J.V. BADMINTON Row 1: Patty Sipes. Lori Collins. Beth Compton. Wendy Watt. Karla Mahoney. Tammy Brown. Sheri Geiss. Kathy Baresel. Masumc 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. Left: Kim Golba falls into an awkward position while getting ready to return a birdie to her opponent. Above: Laurie Shan- non surges forward to rescue a shot and gain the point for that rally.VICTORIOUS IN MATCHES The Varsity Badminton team’s re- cord for this season was five wins and six losses. They took fourth place at divisional and seventh at state singles. A few of the awards given at the girls sports banquet were: Most Valuable. Laurie Shan- non; 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 Im- 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 Karla Mahoney gracefully returns a hit as her partner Amy Reilley watches the action. Both summer. Each player gave a lot Of girls are on the varsity team. effort to the team. 143VARSITY 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. 144 Varsity Wrestling Team: Top Row: (Left to Right): Terry Kenyon. Andy Schaudt. Jim Stickel. Keith Filippazzo, Stan Garcia. Roy D'Agostino. Scott Pearson. Jeff Vetnar. Nelson Beck. Clay Morgan. Brandy Heathcotte. Bottom Row; Kent Decker. Mark Coffey. Frank Schwieder. Brent Crusan, Andy Rojas. Todd Crusan. Larry Fenner. Mark Meyer.CHALLENGE FROM JAPAN Above: Senior. Todd Crusan pushes away the head of a Thun- derbird rival in effort to defeat him. Right: Andy Rojas, senior, grapples with his competitor in order to get a better hold on him. Left: Senior. Mark Coffey prepares to break his opponent down into a more suitable position. Above: Clay Morgan. Ju- nior. fights for control over his Peoria adversary. 145J.V. AND FROSH SHOW PROMISE 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 Eric Murphy, sophomore, holds his opponent in the referee’s position, waiting for the officials to start the match. Murphy won his match. 146OR 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 Fihppazzo. Jerry Lopez. Gary Steele. Right; Gary Steele, freshman, has success- fully completed winning his match by pinning the other team member to the mat. The freshman wrestling team did 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. 147APOLLO 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. Coach Wilson. A new sport was introduced to the Apollo girls athletic 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 only the girls basketball team, but other girls sports as well. Karen Benson struggled with an opponent for a re- bound. Lisa Stuck looked for a pass to a team- mate during the Apollo vs. Maryvale game. Apollo won a close 46 to 43. 148ITS 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. 149 Junior Varsity Basketball; Row 1: Johnna Lopez. Julie Gallagher. Mary Johnson. Whitney Dillaber. Row 2: Tobi Snyder. CcCe Stanek. Sally Festin. Debbie Perlman. Row 3: Kim Golba. Kathy Patterson. Vickie Smith. Sheryl Muir. Holly Elwood. Miss Burton.B-BALL BOUNCED AND DRIBBLED Above: Shawn Blomgren and Greg Martin try to retrieve the ball and prevent the Alhambra Lions from scoring. Upper right: Paul Pickering reaches above his opponents head to aim and shoot for a basket. Left: After stealing the ball from the Lions. Darryl Galbraith races down the court with the hope of adding two points to Apollo's score. Above: Varsity guard Scott Lung looks for a fellow team mate to throw the ball to before his opponent gets a chance to seize it.THEIR WAY INTO PLAY-OFFS The Varsity Basketball team started out the year with great hope. The team set three goals which were to improve each game, out rebound their oppo- nents per game, and the ulti- mate to be state champions. There were four seniors, six ju- niors. and one sophomore on the team. All seniors did an ad- mirable job. Paul Pickering had his first year starting, was the leading scorer and the tallest player to ever play at Apollo. The top rebounder per game this season was Randy Wood. Chris Hamilton has lettered and started for three years on varsity. Chris also took over floor leadership after an injury to Shawn Blomgren. Tony Lin- coln has developed into a bas- ketball team member, with good athletic ability. Varsity Basketball: Row 1: Tony Lincoln. Randy Wood. Byron Nelson. Paul Pickering. Glenn Flood. Pat Sell. Shawn Blomgren. Coach McCormick. Row 2: Dave Prazak- mgr.. Darryl Galbraith. Greg Martin. Chris Hamilton. Scott Lung. Bob Leonard mgr. Left: Chris Hamilton jumps into the air with case to throw the ball and make a basket. Above: Randy Wood shoots for two points after escaping guards from Brophy.J.V. SHOOTS TO WIN GAMES Above: Steve Nelson makes a foot turn while keeping guard against a player from Alhambra. Upper right: Pat Sell jumps into the air to add more points to Apollo's score. Craig Stone aims with precision towards the basket. J.V.Basketbaii: Front Row; Craig Stone. Barry Lorenz. Joe Green. Tim O'Dell. Ron Kohatsu. Back Row; Steve Nelson. Ray Espinoza. Bruce Langenhuizen. T.J. Gallagher. Pat Sell. Coach Lopez. 152FROSH TEAMS FOUGHT FOR WINS The vanity basketball program at Apollo has consistently been a winner and one ot the reasons tor this is tho strong coaching at the |umoc varsity and freshman levels. Coaches lope . Pellegrene. and Wilson spent many hours ol practice teaching those younger Hawks the sound fundamentals of basketball Many hours arc spent on coordination drills, con- ditioning and practicing plays The coaches also spent many hours instilling these Hedging Hawks the importance of dedication to the game and the necessity of team play. This team concept and the unscMish style ot play it develops led to the defeat ot many opponents, not to mention the growth in maturity needed to succeed in varsity competition 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 Ao 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 a» three teams this year were admirable. The young Hawk cagers showed an agressiveness on live offensive boards which often provided them with three or four shots each time they came down the Boor This rebounding ability on the defensive boards led to many light- ening fast breaks The skills exhibited by these young Hawks tins year w in the near future be used on the varsity level to help continue tho vwnnmg tradition there. Frosh Blue: Front Row; Ron Walker. Robert Kuo. Mark Steinmetz. Dan Anstett. Jay Searles. Steve Short. Back Row; Kevin Hunter. Mark Raines. Tony Elmore. Ken Lindsay. Tom Norris. Scott Rankin. Coach Wilson Freshman Tony Elmore glides out of the grasp Frosh Gold: Front Row; Gary Gilbert. Keith Lewis. Pierre Fulks. Tony Miranda. Kevin Gal- of a Greenway Demon to make two points. 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 looks bright. Above: Susan Crabtree listens intently as Coach Keith gives instructions. Right; Lisa Stuck suc- cessfully steals a base as opponent struggles furi- ously. 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 154J.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 Inness. Staci Shaw. Larraine Velasquez. Missy Brewster. Pearl Flores. Dorina Amarillas. Lisa Falbo. Above. Lisa Falbo gets assistance along with congratulations from Lorraine Velas- 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 1$ to 10$ 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 gain victory. 155VARSITY BASEBALL LOOKED TO Left: In an early game of the season senio catcher Bruce Elliott and senior pitcher Dave Wagner discussed what hand signals to use. Above: Mike Castro, first baseman, throws the ball to the second baseman during a warm-up. 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. 156 JEW SEASON WITH ANTICIPATION Apollo'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- ball. Varsity Baseball: Row 1: Pat Scalf. 8rad Holstrum. Matt 8ragone. 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 O’Connor. Left: Dan O'Connor takes a careful swing during a home game. Right: Third baseman Chris Zink throws the ball to the catcher for completion of a play. 157 J.V. GRAND SLAMS WITH SUCCESS J.V. Baseball: Row 1: Kenny Subia. Danny Palacios. Kevin Kelleher. Scott Tenbarge. Jack Samora. Steve Rameros. Mickey Wilson. Andy Turner. Row2: 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 opponents. Frank Gallagher makes a great effort of hitting the ball and making it go where he wants it to go. 158 During one of the many practice games. T.J. Gallagher tags Steve Rameros before reaching the first base bag.FROSH GET STAMP OF APPROVAL 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. Pitcher. Jim Marino, makes a quick turn about to catch his opponent before he steals a base. 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 season. 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 Sliding from his position. Rich Hillman trys to catch the ball before it goes past him. the best ever at Apollo High School.HAWKS TRIUMPH DURING SEASON 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 Meiscnheimer. Row 3: Coach Tolby. Richard Sample. Brian Bale. Dan Zinder. Jeff Thul. Rob Pryor. Mike Duncan. Louis D'Andrea. Coach Smith. Robert Pryor, a varsity Senior, practices throwing the discus with a look of determination on his face. Dan Russell. Mike Pomeroy. Doug Pope and Ken Copic run desper- ately during a practice time trial to beat the time on the stopwatch. All are running against each other, each competing to cross the finish line first. 160J.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 Klenner. The track team had an 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 future achievements. Frosh Track: Row 1: Bret Mathews. Karl Kowalski. Tana Garland. Mark Boucher. David Hamb- 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. Mike 8urbach. using his pole, stretches to clear the bar height. Left: Varsity high jumper. Chris Hamilton clears the bar with many inches to spare. 161NEW COACHES DEVELOP YOUNC 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 Inness. 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 Sagodi fight to finish the last of their warm- ups. After hard training and no rain, the 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 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- 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 young team to victory.TEAM’S TALENTS INTO WINNERS 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. Sophomore. Billie Scott, shows a perfect form for 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 163J.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 Sheridan. 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- ton. 164TENNIS SHOWS IMPROVEMENT 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. HH Upper right: Tracy Tolby lobs the ball to his opponent. Right: Rob Meya ran to return the volley of an opponent during a match this year. Above: Jeff Bader returned a shot accurately during a match. 165GIRLS 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 victories. Varsity team: Row 1: Shari Wood. Sharon Tanz. Row 2: Melanie Bigelo. Mary Reineohl. Mrs. Fedock. Wendy Agersea. Patty McCormick. Mary Reineohl Varsity, stretches for a shot during a competitive match against Glendale.Reineohl. a senior, was a returning player from last years’s squad. Coach Fedock. takes time to give a pep talk before the game, but Judy Martin seemed to think it is hilariously funny. ND SMASHED OPPOSING TEAMS Junior Varsity: Row 1; 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. Freshman team: Row 1: Cindy Bose. Cynthia O’Dell. Zsu Zsi Sagodi. Vickey Fisher. Row 2: Lisa Carlisi. Nina Lafinier, Julie Gallagher. Cheryl Muir. Tracy Ruiz. Holly Elwood. Concentrating on outdoing her opponent. Sheri Geiss victoriously returned a volley during a challenge match. 167GIRL SWIMMERS MAKE BIG Row 1: Susan Crabtree. Lissa Hill. Gayle Gessner, Edie Keenan. Rhonda Dies. Laurie Smith. Melanie Elliott. Missy Brewster. Row 2: Angela 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 Gessner congratulate each other after completing a relay. 168SPLASH WITH NUMEROUS WINS This year, the girls swim team 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 the most inspirational swimmer was Suzie Callow. Susan Crabtree was the sparkplug of the team and. the most improved was Lissa Hill. Outstanding diver was Kim Fitzmaurice. Through the help of their coach. Ginger Kurtz, the team did an outstanding job. Lissa Hill and Edie Keenan cheer on a fellow member of the team while swimming against another school. The enthusiasm of each member helped the team finish with a good season. m—I—i--------------------------------i-Lik Left: Tammy Calvin swims the backstroke in a medley relay practice before the divisionals. Above: Kim Fitz- maurice dives off the diving board for the judges to determine a score. Kim was also voted outstanding diver of the year. 169SWIM SEASON STRESSES Boy's swimming; Rowl: Jeff Dieterich. Chip Romick. Mike Easterly. Donny Wells. Jon Ek. Row 2: Ralph Nelson. Scott Rudge. Frank Patterson. Robert McCormick. Row 3: Jerry VanWest. Tom Freeman. Mike Wells. Jim Smith. Nearing the end of his final lap of backstroke. Donny Wells made a powerful Ralph Nelson came up for a breath while performing the effort to improve his time. breast stroke during a competitive swimming meet.STAMINA, SKILL, STRENGTH Senior Jeff Dieterich, a four year diver, displayed his form during diving practice. 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. Coach Tom James gave advice to one of his swimmers on form while another prepared to practice. 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. 171STUDENTS INVOLVED IN SPORTS Physical Education continued to play an impor- tant part in the curriculum at Apollo. Students were encouraged to get involved in a variety of activities including basketball, raquetball, ten- nis. and football. These classes allowed many students to get involved with sports in school, while developing them mentally as well as physically. Jim McGinlay works out with weights during his systematic conditioning class. Raquetball continued to be a popular sport throughout the year with an after school waiting list for courts. Todd Foy follows through after setting the ball up for another teammate.STUDENT COUNCIL Student Council: Row 1; Pat Sell. Rhona Rivcttc. Jane Bates. Row 2: 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. 174 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 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 year. Ray Miller. Student Council Vice-President, and Mark Lange discuss the upcoming Luann Rivette helped to serve refreshments at agenda for an Inter Club Council meeting. Ray Miller, in charge of I.C.C. was responsible one of the dances sponsored by the Student for coordinating club activities on campus, and promoted school spirit. Council. Below left: Deanne Evans assisted in decorating the cafeteria for the Student Mixer Oance held Sept. 1. 175AHS STUDENTS GAIN First Row; Janet Schaub. Karen Kudrcyko. 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. 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. 176 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, their best training was actual work experience.EXPERIENCE THROUGH JOBS First Row Mrs. Auvil. Tony limpus. 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-employee 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 ICE. A group of students concentrated on their responsibilities assigned 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. 177KEY 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 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 1st 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 Bulissa. 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. 178SPEAKERS SPARK FHA Renee Lee. Kim Scott. Cindy Scott. Ericka Kellis. Mrs. Pfeifer 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 holidays. 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 club members. Marcia Arce seems to be enjoying herself while threading her sewing machine in F.H.A. 179CAREER 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- nity affairs. 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 180Art 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 Bellittcr. Mary Coyne. Kristi Brady. Suzanne Canady. Tammy Kiron. Kandi Garrard. Mr. Holgate. Mr. Neal. CLUBS REFRESH STUDENTS FBLA: Row 1; 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 places. 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- gional-State Competitive 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. 181STRIKE 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 MacLocd. Row 3: Alice Mendoza. Carol Newberry. Linda Britain. Susan Goshert. Alan Burchfield. Kim Macutta. Kris Shoger. Lori Carpenter. Kim Wronkoski, Jolynne Berrett. Patsi 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 Shindlcr. 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. 3 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 fall. 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 games. 182MUSIC IN OUR EARS Joy Venando played a lilting tune on her flute as Linda Britain quietly 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. 183JAZZ 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 at a 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- The Magic sounds of jazz echoed through the halls whenever the Jazz ensemble played at the school neyland and Magic Moun- assemblies. The long hours of practice paid off as the group was generally recognized as one of the tain. 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 Apollo Guitarists: Row 1: Jody Kacura. Michael Pomeroy. William Gehrman. Row 2; Deanne Grizzell. Becky Henson. Eileen Fenner. Eric Wingham. Donald Apodaca. Row 3: Kim Milton. Patricia Staley. Danny Hoagland. Clara Yazzi. Charles Cales. Clint Frain. Row 4: Mr. Stewart. Mark Hess. Mike Gley. Tom Ennis. Robert Herzog. Mark Bitteker. James Golden. Throughout the community including grade schools and other high schools, the Apol- lo Guitar Ensemble per- formed several concerts. In 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 performances. Concert Band: Row 1: Beth Palmquist. Janet Newbury. Kim Korte. Fawnda Brown. Cathy Burrus. Annette Pfeiffer. Row 2: Bill Morse. Linda Rizzo. Kim Machutta. Lori Carpenter. Mike James. Lisa Heyn. Lori Burton. Row 3: Helen Sample. Alice Mendoza. Lori LaBarr. Karen Hunter. Leann Froelich. Jackie Thul. Chris McCord. Mark Boucher. Kevin Horne. Barry Meyers. Row 4: Dan Birch. Bryan Froelich. Sue Grattino. Robert Martin. Dan Moore. Tony Elmore. David Domotor. Ken Lindsey. Mr. Stewart. 18SVOCAL 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 1; Bonnie Odgcn. Joanna Peskin. Kim Yeley. Carole Wenzl. Cheryl Girone Row 2: Kevin Gallagher. Linda Britain. Kevin Diaz. Rhonda Crabtree. Curtis Strohl. Caroline Morgan. Bob Lucas. Kelly McDonald. Mike Lueders Starting upper left counter-clockwise: Concert choir sings intent- ly while Mr. Frey leads. Bottom left: Missy Perry tries out for the 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 Englebretson Back Row: Kristene Williams. Karen Morgan. Wendy Smith. Robin Bern. Carolyn Sifuentes. Lisa Scarbrough. Colette Toth. Michelle Noiseau. 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. Kim White. Cheryl Dorsett. Danielle Knopp. Brenda Coal. Andrea Murto.SKIERS SLIP, SLIDE, AND GLIDE Sk. 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 Rockev Row 3: Deanne Evans. Sherri Wehmueller. Terry Roeber. Patti Reynolds. Sue Ponkey. Bill Van Seek. 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- tory trip. 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. In 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. 188CLUB TAKES A HIKE 189 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 FOR ITSELF Drama Club: 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. Above: Karen Zieser stood at the front of the class and enthusiastically spoke about the arrangements for the fall play. 'Left; 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. 190SPEECH CLUB SAYS IT ALL This year the Drama Club learned the difficult art of Mime. Aside from this. Drama sponsored the fall play. "Caught in tbe Villain's Web." and the spring musical. "A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Foram." Above; Nathan Perkins looks up suspiciously as he puts the finishing touches on his speech, upper right: Mark Laub Throughout the year. Speech tournaments were held at sifts through the clutter to find information about his next eight high schools and also at U of A. ASU. and NAU. speech. Speech Club; Row 1: Glenn Rabinowitz. Judy Crann. Greg Karfeld. Jeff Orsburn, Danny Adler. Marie Wiechec. 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. 191GOLDEN HAWKS SOAR Throughout the year, the spirited Golden Hawks had many fund raising events that bcnefitted the boys Cross Country and Track teams. Parties, breakfasts 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 banquet. President Mary Fitzpatrick quickly totals the Cross Country meet's scores. Jane Troutman and Virginia Acuna hand the runners their numbers in the order that they finished. 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 Bellitter.MAIDS AID WRESTLERS Row 1: Karen Thurman. Row 2: Suellen Shima. Joanne Takiguchi. Row3: Lisa Rollins. Laurie Schaubcl. Row 4: Caroline Sessa. Row 5: Jacque Halliburton. Left: Linda Rogers. Kathy Fuller. Diana Dunkin. Judy Janish. Kelley Hart. Kelly O'Rourke. Patti Saver. Norma Ponce. Karlcne Horne. Gwen Ammen. Kathi Rollins. Mary Schwieder. Liz Rangel. Dianna Parra. Lucinda Maas. 193VARSITY CHEERED THE WINNERS Members of the varsity line form a pyramid for a stunt during halftime. Varsity Cheerleaders: Top; Anna Huerta Row 1; Lynette Klawon. Mary Dwyer. Stacy Robinson, Middle; Karen Cole Row 2; Jeri Jean Eldridge. Karen Ortega Bottom; Amy Reilly Karen Cole and Karen Ortega, seniors, work together in cleaning up a cup of spilled Coke. Guess who did it? Spirited senior Anna Huerta, did a routine at a basketball game. Cheerleaders practiced many hours to perfect their different rou tines. 194J.V. SPIRITED WINNING YEAR Junior Varsity Cheerleaders: Top Row: Kris Cole. Marcy Bennett. Row 2; 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- sons. Jane Bates and Teresa Cuellar, juniors, hap- pily leave for home after a winning game. Lori Poor, sophomore, gets involved in a thrilling game of basketball with a crowd that w„$ full of excitement. The girls planned the cheers carefully so the crowd would be full of rowdiness. 195FROSH BEGIN NEW EXPERIENCES Lisa Pearson jumps high into a herky, one of the many stunts the freshman must learn. "" Freshman "A Team: Top: Lisa Falbo Row 2: Wendy Kelly. Sandy Robinson. Janice Collins Row 3: Diane Affeldt. Jennifer Bennett. Sheila Bale. Tari McKinstry Freshman. Diane Affeldt. successfully accomplishes stretching into the I splits at the Homecoming assembly. m Freshman "Gold" Team: Top to Bottom; Yvette Apodoca. Susie Espin- oza, Kim Korte. Lisa Pearson. Patty O'Rourke. Cheryl Young. Ann DiGi- lio. Vicki Johnson. 1%APOLLO POM LINE WINS HONORS Apollo Pom Line: Top: Mary Ann Tomooka Row 2; Liz Filler, Lori Collins. Trisha Rhoades. Kristen Krause Row 3: Ester delosRios. Jennifer Johnson. Justin Gagnon. Kelly Fetzer. Terri Benson. Joni Duncan Bottom; Jennifer Eckhout Mary Ann Tomooka. Kelly Watt. Terri Benson, and Liz Piller anxiously await Lori Collins and Jennifer Johnson show off their carefully their entrance to meet with the rest of the pom line to perform a dance. rehearsed dance routine for a half time show. 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. 197Pep Club; Row 1: Debbie Bellittcr. Karie Matsuishi, Dolores Koopman. Kelly Schunk. Lee Varnum. Shcrlyn Stephens. Karen Pennington. Row 2: Laura Hoag. Asa Anderson. Cindy Gray. Heidi Hermerath. Connie Bellittcr. 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. 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- ball team. 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. Left: Kim Yeley showed her spirit by pinning up posters all over the Apollo campus which gave informa- tion about the upcoming football game. 198Special Olympics: 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 of the team participated in the Winter Olympics in Flag- staff. 199 Special Olympics: Debbie Young. Ken Eyman. Billie New. Bill Whalley. Paula McWilliams. Vic Herzog. Fawn Hamilton. Mrs. Beery.ON TOP OF THE NEWS Newspaper Staff: Row 1; Chris Potts. Scott Reid. Mike Lanning. Glenn Rabinowitz. Row 2: Kristi Moss. Sharon Tanz. Cathy Heerdt. Lisa Olson. Gwen Perlman. Row 3: Jim Meyer. Dan Daly. Lisa Wood. Tom Lofton. Mike Easterly. Deann Ogden. Mark Lange. Randy Wood. 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 Theater. 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. Oeann 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. 200LOOKING BACK ON 79 Yearbook Staff: Row 1; 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. 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 reach their goals, their memo- ries and traditions will exist on the Apollo campus forever- more. 4 Roslyn Simpson and Claire Arthur were kept busy working toward their sophomore section deadline. E jjtor-in-chief Julie Almon. and Betsy Lieberman looked through their assignments for the first deadline of the year. 201FOREIGN LANGUAGE STUDENTS Renae Robinson determmably concentrated on Latin Club: Row 1; Beth Hering. Mike Lang. Roger Moore. Tim Troutman. Row 2 Kathi the mum sales for homecoming week Rollins. Melodee Brewer. Cory Mitchell. Lisa Rollins. Beth Ann Giovanini. Renae Robin- son. Mrs. Prosser. Row 3; Paige Moore. Karen Troutman. Lisa Alger 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. In 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- lage. 202 German Club: Row 1: Chris Bergner. Beth Ann Giovanini. Ralf Hunniford. Row 2; Melany Hastings. Julie Giovanini. Paul Fischer. Michelle Esancy. F. Fiala.:lubs excel in honors Spanish Club: Row 1: Tanya Newman. Tammy Jones. Jenny Mackenzie. Glenn Rabinowitz. Row 2: Mrs. Molina. Natalie Shearl. Kathryn Cooper. Elissa Levine. Tina Torres. Rosalva San Miguel. Vickie Thun.Randa Kutob. Row 3; JanetGerst. Stella Rios. Jennifer Inness. Sandy Garcia. Kathi Rollins. Row 4; Danny Birch. Carolyn Rael. Becky Rael. Debbie Frank. 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. Lee Bolin prepared one of his many announcements for the upcoming French Club: Row 1; Tammy Kirkpatrick. John Cheyne. Valerie Koegal. Row 2; Mrs. Griggs. Lee Bolin. Crystal Henderson. Kelli Ann Schank. Jackie Fogarty. Lynn Perkins. 203ROTC STUDENT Drill Team: Row 1; 8ob 8arrette. Colin McClure. Ray Thomson. Luciano Gatica. Row 2; David Alcon. Frank Patterson. 8rian Burchfield. Craig Chipley. Mark landreth. Row 3: Richard Elder. Jeff Rigsby. George Maliga. Robert Meya. Inspection time, and Chief Sutton made sure everything was in perfect order. This was Sutton's first year in Apollo's ROTC Program. 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. Color Guard: Row 1; George Maliga. Anna Rose. Floyd Thomas.Scott Wyles. Marty Kinsey. Robert MeyarAKE TOP FORM Officers: Row 1; 8randy Heathcotte. Dcbi Miller. Frank Patterson. Mark Landreth. Row 2; Ralph Nelson. George Maliga. Robert Meya. Jeff Rigsby. Commander Ray discussed the events of the day with two ROTC students. Mark Landreth and Frank Patterson, before an assembly commenced. ROTC 7-8: Row 1; Loree Wade. Elizabeth Arenivaz. Row 2; Keven Mum, Steve Galpin, Dave Drill team shows their talent at the opening Bushey. Curt Russell, assembly this year. The team performed at many of the school's assemblies. 205SCIENCE FICTION, BASU, AMUIN Robert Maya is a member of the Science Science Fiction; Row 1: Lee Bolin. Glenn Rabinowitz. Susan Ross. Row 2: Judy Atterholt. Lene tion Club. The club does manY interes Mahler. Steve Galpin. Mike Jaqua. Row 3: Mrs. Dennis. Scott Ross. Laurie Powell. Richard Dickey. thin8s throughout the year such as goinj seminars. Science Fiction club is a club of many aspects. They attend many science fiction conven- tions and seminars such as the Iguanacon convention held in Phoenix on August 18. Black Awareness Student Union (BASU) 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 year. Arizona Model United Nations (AMUN) 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. 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 206GOT INVOLVED AND EXPLORED Carla Walker and Debbie Davis listen attentively as Dale Cooper explains the procedure during a meeting for the Black Awareness Club. Arizona Model United Nations: Row 1: Asa Anderson. Lee Bolin. Bob Hall. James Hei. Row 2: 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 Copic. Gena Hedin.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 each other. 208209MADE OUR YEARS COMPLETE 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.KERRIE LYNN EARLE REPRESENTING APOLLO HIGH SCHOOL PHOENIX HONORS COTILLION 1978 - 79 How proud you’ve made us Love, Mom Dad 212APOLLO BOOSTER CLUB JOIN US IN WORKING TOGETHER FOR APOLLO’S CONTINUED ACADEMIC AND ATHLETIC GROWTH 21)CONGRATULATIONS CLASS OF 1980! We were happy to have had the opportunity of photographing you at your school as underclassmen but now that you are seniors and will be in the special senior section of your yearbook, your school recom- mends that your senior portrait be taken at a portrait studio. Dia- monds Portrait Studio will photograph you and supply your school with your senior portrait free of charge if you come into one of our studios early this summer for your senior sitting. We know that your senior year is a special time, and we want to share that excitement by also giving you a 4x5 color original portrait from your sitting when you are photographed this summer. There is no sitting charge. Remember, come to Diamonds Portrait Studio early this summer and receive your free yearbook portrait and a free 4x5 color original por- trait. Call 248-8533 to make your appointment. See you this summer! DIAMOND’S PORTRAIT STUDIO C A. 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WE'LL COME TELL ON hnger: s and be a happy "GOHl." Because if "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.Ml.O. and M.. J.8.. or my Love for you. The Nose that Conquered Cleveland. Trace third culture lod Sorayya Man . Cobra Power Jaffer Sahib "Back in Pakistan" Margalla Mountains KHAN and Pmesot Tika .. field hockey. «1 Cheer. softbaM ISLAMABAD rod . KL Pakland Cool Yar!!! Mickey Mouse: Please forget the dumb things I've done this year. Love Mmnie Boer is groat: Sex devme Class of '80: Taught 79 Laura. JtAe and Patty. I hope all your dreams come true, you realty deserve them. Remember all the good times to get you through the bad. Love Shor C M. Thanks Good Buddy B.D.G. To Laura. Patty, and Shortyn. Thank you for being a friend Your friend always. Julio 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. Geseli. ApoHo students are appreciative of his dedication and service to aa of us throughout the years. Larry. What a trooper See you soon. Topher. To my favorite basketball player: Always stay taa. sweet, and crazy. Love. Valentine. Goodbye Apollo. I didn't learn much, but I had FUN, Bill • Thanks for bemg there when I Needed someone to throw bananas at. You-Know Who Sure: I Love Your Best. Bert Whatever happened to Fay Wray? Chewing tobacco. Chewing tobacco. Spit. Spit. Sptt. If you ain't m band, you ain't worth Quack-Quack Mary! Your FeBow 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!! R8RT PL I don't know if I shoo'd tell you this but . love Jane ATOM ANT LIVES!!! Good fuck Seniors -Snob- To 8th hour Algebra 3-4 class: Etch-ch-ch! Junior SQuirrols like Karen. She's neat: Karen likes sqmrreH. They're neat. Something no girl should be without-squureH. Aimless need a drmk? Sharon and Yvette BIG SHOTS! Ann Thanks for a great senior year. Kim. Sue. Maureen. Marianne. Tina. Tma. Patti. Pam. Les. Alan. Dan P C., and Greg CB - 10 Love Demse DU Juke, now you've entered the coveted realm of senioritis. you may now appreciate mv constant procrastinating, love Randy J.S.. You'll always be my number one. 8.C. O.W.. K.Z.. J.M.. K.E. • Thanks for the great memories. J.R. From tho S.S.B.G. • WHAT'S GOING ON? Vivian Valenzuela: "VAshing on a star." Jet Kerne. Remember M.P.! Karen Zieser Kevin. You're one in a m on . (thank goodness) Love you lots! Bonnie Ken luv ya always A. Lin: I'll always remember you. Love. Big Sister. The Group: Much Happiness: Tho Other Group. Happiness and good fortune to the following people: Rob. Vaiieoo. Qyrra. Metosa. Julio. Chris. Renee. M e. and Scott. W.C M. Eric. I LOVE YOU! Oeanne Masume to the best friend ever RMA Angie No. na. no. na. na.. Birhinia! T.P.A. WILL STRIKE AGAIN little Sis. Jewel. Jeep, and Bo Bo: Thanks for the best year ever! Big Sis (The Prez) (Booga) Ooh what a babe, wtiat a babe! L.F. • Thanks for being such a wonderful friend, Mike Thanks Mom! DRAMA DOES IN ON QUE! Felicity and Iona TAMBO AND TERRY • THANKS! MIGUEL • fingernails, candy canes, and Jn. 3 - those are ours. KAREN - It's nice to be back. Shell. WOW! Another year! Thanks for being my bestcr. I love ya! Bid a C.K. . Love you atways 8.T. Kimmy, good kick in college. I ll miss you!! M.K. Evoryone! Through thick and thin, we made it fun! Thanks. Cory Nmguna Shell Lemon Pic King Molly Shahan The 3- Musketeers Lisa Stuck Linda Tipton Volleyball Team!! Disco Chris. Susan Crabtree, is a lady. 1. 2. 3. attack. I Love You Charlie from Sam. BAND PEOPLE ARE 91 FROM A 8. Tammy, about the Superbowl, better luck next year. Ann. Good luck KIMMIC. M.K. can't sped. B.M Bombasl BUl,al° V h0 10 mp,y bCCr cans know ,h« Uu of the word Henry. "I promise" Love. Jean. Photo Oan: Take my picture. We love you Mike. Tim. Rob. and Pat. From Roz. Bren. Ctaire. and Heidi. Drama- Thanks to everyone for everything! Patti GRONK WAILS! Winnie the Pooh loves Honey Brass Rules (Duck and Gronk) BLUES 8ROTHERS WERE GREAT!! M.N.. J.M.. R.Y. - you're a bunch of sweeties, what would i do w out ya’s!!( Mikcy Stacy keep on truckin RMA Angie Two Four Six Eight. Patty likes to . Huskordo! Congrats Penny S'’°W' 7hWesa' Voll !Y1,o11- ton and friendships, you made i• ;V' ’ • I im -

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