Arvada High School - Redskin Yearbook (Arvada, CO)

 - Class of 1983

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L F Q! -w-fwwmgggym -ww W, 9'-m,,,,- ,V " f . 2L,3,ii.552Yg' www ,Q ,,'f eg :,'k H wwf 'ff fs 4 Qthers im fx ,-4 if We learn from people we meet We are constantly trying to discover ourselves but we need the help of others to succeed. The most valu- able gift a person can give is companionship. Without the support and encour- agement from others, whether it be team mem- bers, friends, or just ac- quaintances, we could not accomplish our goals. 7 2- 'ff-'35 'pt X ,. Cv! f f" A V .. Lkkr kk A I V4 , ..,i. f YAI Aly' diiiiia , clk S XQW N. ? M.. 3 , - UWM hM,,,,,w ' w dw- . 'A Q Jill -2-is, lm!! nw .mm an I ,,W, -.nm W" wnulflw ' m,W..w,. ,usa W, I ,www f::1,,' W1 " 'fu ww. ,- .W W ., W ,M-.......,1..,. V 'W' 7 We look at our changing world The discoveries we make are not confined only to our community. ln the course of our lives we en- counter new places and cultures. Yet lifestyles change and we must go our separate ways. ln ex- ercising our indepen- dence, obtaining a career. and fulfilling goals, we will be following different paths and broadening our horizons. I ll f is G4 This yearbook is dedicated to the person who grasps life and lives it to the fullest, ' eaiploring the world around him and broadening his horizons, For it is this person who will never be afraid to make discoveries. anim' ' f ra is Q , , ,, ff AV 5 E The fi 5 l y overy for a Redskin is gra uatifm and. though sen- iors e ager. the question "What willgl do now?" is con- stantl on their minds. For some the a wer is to continue their education and for others to work to earn a living. Whatever path they choose to take, graduates will contribute to society. And when as alumni they look back at the yearbook they will redis- cover important games, clubs. fa- vorite teachers and forgotten friends. But for now they are dis- covering new directions for their lives. BEST PERSONALITY Bob Joyce, Ann Abrahamson MOST ATHLETIC Joe Decamills, Traci Lounsbury CLASS CLOWNS Dave Kirvin, Neta Hansen MOST TALKATIVE T Kurt Smith, Sue Dinges BEST ALL-AROUND BIGGEST FLIRTS Troy Wolf. Judy Trever Troy Lowrie, Mary Finn 14 1 MOST SCHOOL SPIRIT Bob Screws, Julie Guest MOST INTELLIGENT Russ Obert, Kim Wietharn rm BEST DRESSED Calvin Mallard, Michelle Yost MOST TALENTED Scott Mckinstry, Meg Hill BEST LOOKING Most LIKELY TO succEED Jeff Chapman, Dana Osborn Troy Mizell, Kristi Hanson Class Of I983 Change, it comes so quickly and so abruptly. lt tears through our lives leaving definite differences all around us. Think back to our sophomore year, to the fear and confusion that we felt. As our lives went on through high school, many fantastic, but strange changes took place. With these changes came discovery. Carolyn Myers Bottom row: M. Ford, K. Hanson, C. Sorenson. Row 2: C. Phillips, L. Blatter, D. Roome Row 3: A. Abrahamson, T. Goodmanson, J. Rosengarten, J. Quinn. G. Dilorenzo, E. Buhr D. Kirvin. B. Joyce. Row 4: B. Joseph. S. Dinges. B. Grenda Brett Grenda 1 PRESIDENT Sue Dinges Brad Joseph VICE-PRESIDENT SECRETARY 17 I I V Ann Derrick Shauna Suzie Abrahamson E Abromeit Allen Ament In the days of our youth, we were given the gift of discovery . . . Keith MYIGS Leslie Adair Anderson Anderso Anselmo Arbuckle 'se i -N Logan Frank Lori Jim Arbuckle Arko Atz Azuero Gilbert Clifford Lieng Kevin Banks Bachicha Bainter ' Banchongchith . . From the time our eyes opened and we saw a brand new world . . . Diane Bill Carlene Archie Baron Barth Battaglino Beard i i A 1 Shelly Sandy Matthew J Rebekah ll B ll d B dl Bechtle Be e an en 92 V I 5 Q: , r My David Tammy Rhonda Tim Bender b Bender Berbert Befdahl . . On through our childhoods we uncovered the great joys and sorrows of life. d Bob Carol Se n Beth Berg Berres Be y a Blackburn Brian BFYOI1 Lisa Wade Blalack Blatter Blatter Boeck A Dave Stephani Boles Bomareto As we grew older, the Guy Sean 4 Bradford Braly Alan ' Stanley Briscoe Bristol Dan Maureen Bott Boyles world grew with us . Todd Jami Brantingham Brazil Vincent Brockett Jim Bronnenberg Chareen Marcia Tammy Lisa Brown Brown Browne Bryant We realized different hardships and pleasures . . . Boyd Elizabeth Buderus Buhr -Nga' A A , A . VV H A , W ' Linda Buller 4 2:55 " Diane Janine 1 R0blI1 Burch Burgard Burge . Part of our lives was filled with love . . Carmen Elizabeth Burgess Burgess l J Wi W Q, ff .dimly , , , f ,if Kay Bush Stephen Mark Joe Bustos Cade Calderone . But that also came with disappointments Dan Calkins Les ' l ' Tina Canterbury Loretta Theresa Kim Carmichael Carmosino Carner Carpenter i 4 Pam Steve Rudy Dean Case Cassidy Caglaneda Cavalier But we survived and conquered the tribulation that life handed us. Wendy Chamber Jeff Chap .lanee Chapman +lil M55 Q fgf Kelly LaDonna ' Eun .loung I l l I l Susan Christina Dave Jennie Cimorelli Clark Clark Clark To discover our own independence was one of the greatest victories known to us . . . Tgm Glenda Cloyes Coffman l l is , .lim Kathy W Colden Colgan l l .ff , k ,M 7 ww K YT sf if' X H W ,Q ,J 3 Q "" ' ,, I ' , M ' ' ' V ' - L V f . my ,, , ,1. ,f - Q-L , I , A 1 .,,, 1 If 4, 'QA vs Z , , Q-mg 'ts mf gf W "', ,,L, - A- 'ffm A 2122 Cu M965 f f Y L 5 A L am .MY ,High x . ...Q 2-Q SL f im, K, W4 ' . . as .. rf 1 A -- 6 is XXX 'C QR 5 X N 'R A Q S 1 SY N ,af M X as Magi .9 X . K X 4 X Um x. X X 0 H., n 1 R? Q2 IL 2 .. .5 A wwf f ,Vi -pf - . ff ef. 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Greg Bernadine Jim Jon Ecker Edmonds Egan Ehnert Rick Kevin Lisa Angie A Elder E Eldredge Elfring English 6 1 I r Karen Kelly Kelly Maria Ennis Fancher Fanelli Farinella . . A fresh beginning, to rediscover a world of our own. , L L L Ervin , Mike Ginger Robin , Farrell Faughnan Fear Fendon l l Bill Mary Duane Jayne Ferrero - Finn ' Fisher Fisher 4 t n 1 Leah-LaShelle Scott Mary Tracy Flint Flipse Ford Ford A new time for friends . Chris Keven Fournier Fredrich P James Robert Kimberlee Adam Preise French Funk Gadbois . . Open arms and open minds . Tim Chris Gallagher Gallegos Albert Kim Laura Gallo Gangwish Garleich Doug Golinski . Clean fun and rowdy times . Diane Gomez Tracey Goodmanson 1 - K9uY Wendy Brett Pandy Gonschalk Grandestaff Grenda Griffin Julie Bob Mary Ellen larry Guest Guinn Gulla Gutierrez . Helps to turn the daily grind . Kelly Guzman Neta Deanna Kristine Hansen Hanson Hanson Janelle Hallen Jane Harmon - N 'H W Brenda Ellen Harper Harry . People here, Carla Linda Haug Haugen - T Dena Tony Harshbarger Harty people there . Melinda Alana Hassell Haug Tim Todd fd ,sv Melanie Hawkridge Heany Sean Hearrell Heath . Close friends and always people near . Jvyce Wayne H9889 Helstrom al" Q + QQ! , -A M ". V . k W -' N, - .. ',f ..1 ' -V. , S - ., 'Sf Rob Sandra Hendrix Hess 'WMV N W' " 'T ' L A V 1 5 ' 142' , ' A ',k' . ,V 1,T.T-i Karen Kristi fmy Karen Hicks H0lC0I11b Holmes Horan . Always moving, never slow . Sheri Hott H Tim Rhonda Howard Huqk ggifgg' qhqwlf' Ya? fgffwg 'F ,vw -s ni' I ,.ws'S+7 W ' 't ',1fUFl' ,is h-A 'f ss: J : , 5 gig 5 grew x 455 I . vim, V1 . 41 I ffl M 1' 'V ' , 3- 1 . ' A a , ,k . ' '5. ' ' f 4 V u . f' ' 'rm 'I fp 'law Becky Howard l Bob Kevin Hunsaker Hyland Joanne Carrie George Kerri Sue lngraham JBHIZ Jennings Jensen . Shouting hey, shouting whoa . Kathryn Johnson Teresa Jewby Sandy Rob Vanda Brad Johnson Johnson Jones Joseph Y J r J 11 Bob Sandy Brad Lynn Joyce Joyce .luntunen Kaiser . Meeting new friends lnnthe school K. . Tammy Arbre Collene Steve Karlstrum Kennedy Khan King ,q,3. ,, My K fi 6 V Dave Darryl Paul Mark Kitchens Klene Kominek Kirvin 1 l P I Ken Don Atdh Konnerup Konrad Koreny ' ' 1 . Great fun wlthm the schools rule Annette Lynette Shelly Kotsay Kotsay Kraus l l Q' ff -.-A e., W a fil!:::r'l? fi Q-W53!HQf?fw Zim Cindy Tyler John Kuntz Labenz Ladbury l Bob Kornock Scott Krueger Gina Lagerhehn llgl N' Q A 0 Bethanne Mike George Sandra Lai Lambertson Lang Langlois . To laugh and to cheer . . Helen John Larkin Larson ' 1 iff " it i F , my sf 'Q +V 114' . L ff ff I 'L Theophila Melanie Karen Wendy Lartey Lazoskie LeCocq Lee . . To have spirit throughout the year . . . enni er Jim 1 1 J f Lehto Leisenring Kirt Lemons Mike Linder Anne longstreet V Jodi John Peggy Lesan Levonyak Lidsler Best times to all the rest . . X Cheryl Link 4 Vicki Traci Randy Loos Lounsbury Low Todd Michele Juan Lowe Lowery Luevano Rhonda Macklem . 'Cause this year has been the best. Steve Hale Robert Macklem Delisa Michael Michelle Madonia Marisco Marples Catherine Mader Kelly Martin -u Nancyetta Lisa Anita Ava Martin Martine Martinez .Martinez The time has come to say goodbye . Darrin Tammy Mauser Mayuric Desi Teresa Martinez Mason Dennis Jill Brad Scott McCIanahan McGee MCK9I1dl'Y Mckinstry .n To all our childish ways . . l Dennis Lori ' McNally McTaggart 1 Eriq Donna McVay Meine 4 i 1 Kevin Janie Mekelburg Melson . The things that were important then . Debbee Karen Becky Brenette Merz Milford ' Miller Miller Steve Felecia V Troy Kimberly Minot Miranda Mizell Modrall wif y v " V I' 1, - , . , V5 , A Lima Tammy Moghrabi Montoya . Have slipped into a haze . Carrie Linda Shawn E ' Barbara Moody K Morehead Morrison Moscoso Greg Jerry Carolyn ' George Munn Murray Myers Najiar Sasha Tamara Robert Mary Nasseri Navarrette Nemeth Nemmers The football games, the school plays, . Lissah Hoan ' Penny Kristy Newton Nguyen Nichols Noll Kim Steve K Tom Russ N0rbel'8 Norris Obenchain Obert Carrie Pam Dana lane Oletski Olson Osborn Palmer . The teachers, and the dances . Jon Greg Vicky Dan Parisho Patrick A Peed Pelon Aaron Christine Cheryl Wayne Perea Pestotnik Phillips PhilliPS Mary , Amanda Kim Bob Piburn Pickelsimer Pickering Pietrafeso . . Move from first to second place . . Steven Lori Plant Pluta af, a fi Q 5 'Q 3 five o. 'Sf' i '-., 1 . ,Eb t qw - "N ' Q. K -fs K .1 V, WF ii e i- 7 Q iw' new Q-v Q . in . qi 3 z L' QS 1-V Pye, 1 I Gina Polniak T imi Poole Jeffrey KBIIYOII Porter Porter . With precious high school romances . . as-, Els-A V1 . 13 P ri' X . ' scsi fs is XV ci .SI-'-f"" s Q' Qxw,,., M Suzi Cathy Prather Prince l Lynn Pugh . The experience we had here . Kevin Jennifer Leslie Purvis Quinn Rael fi ' l ie e e R .-'i',,,' .S . Ad 1 Lisa Steve Scott Ratley Raya Recob V 1 Richard Pulliam Tracy Rands Tracy Richard . The discoveries we made . - S I i s ,3 N ee Ken Jeffrey Riley Robertson Stephen Ted Robinson RONHSOI1 Roseanne Deborah Rogers RUOITIB Paul Rock Terry Roorda fx ,R Jade Rodocker Dave Rowley s As M wglon Iggiak gliinvich :gg . . Of the things that we are able to do M Chris ph Sl Salaz Phillip Chandra Salter Salyer fm Michelle Dorothy Gia Jeff Samora Sanders Santorno Scarpino Leanne Schaefer . Will never dim or fade . Paul Scharf .N-9. I Laura Julie Scheierman Schell Renee Diane Schlapman Schluter . But this is all behind us now, . Jay Leann Schluter Schmidt - .AQ - ff ssrff 5 David Patti Schroeder Schuricht Stacey John Schnapp Schoepflin 1 Linda Bob Scott Screws i 1 Shelley Tom Sealy Searle i . We must push on to what's ahead . Heather Tami Gina Bob Seaver Shakin Sharp ghea,-er 1 .LX it F i Denise Connie James Kurt Shevlin Simon Smith Smith Rachel Smith .Th Randy Snyder E Sylas Soules 'cj be-, 4" hhhh y 'Q Shawn Tim Karyn Smith Smith Snuffer future, a job, maybe college, . . Valerie Carla David Sodaitis Sorensen Sorenson , ,ffzgiq 'Q in Q A i John Mario Denice Spensieri Spensieri Spicer Teresa Gregory Spomer Stanley . Or some choose Gary Rick Strand Stumbaugh Chris John Sweeny Swenson Lissa Stauff marriage instead Pat Sullivan John Szantho Lisa Story Terri Sullivan Maly Khan Tangkhpanya of Terry Brenda Lisa Connie Tapparo Taylor Tennigkeit Thomson 0. Together we have grown and learned . Jef f Angela Timmons TOITBZ 4 I i T Tyler Judy Debbie Renee Travis Trever Trimble Trousil bout what life can be . Eric Bobbi Tuers Ugolini Scott s s Tawna Ralph Urenda Ursini We will never forget these times . . Gary Terry Vue Valentine VanBuren VanBuren Vang Teresa Vidick Q- l Duane Malay Holly Vonesh Vongrith Wadleigh as. is x1 5 Ns Wxlgl V 4 I ,km,. X . sig ' ,ay Tammy Rl10l1Cl3 Wagner Walker . The wonderful class of '83. Carolyn Myers Allan Carol Debbie Cheryl Wallace Wallin Wambold Wang Cynthia Pam Kathy Heidi Watson Waugh Ward Webb Mark Rob Weidemann Weir The senior class tops the rest . Kathy Richard Kimberly Robyn Wheeler Whitaker Wietharn Wilkinson Y . Jacqueline V Cara Troy Cindy Wisecup Wold Wolf Wolfe y i l - Cathy T0m Michelle Carol Wompey W00dafd Yost Young . But the class of '83 is the best! N. Terry Sarah Yowell Zessin Suzanne Zook Jody Akers ' Inas Ammouri Gerald Anderson Teresa Aultman James Balle Shiela Bannon Sheri Barber Michael Bashor Gia Benallo Anthony Benavidez Stanley Benoit James Berger Jim Black Clayton Bonham Walter Bowman David Bradley ' Gregory Brewster Christopher Brooks Jeffry Brough Loren Callahan Ann Casey David Chamberlin Doua Chang Sinpra Chanthavixay Leon Chea Brenda Clark Cliff Clark William Clayton David Conrad Jeffrey Cook Heather Coughlin Timothy Davalos Richard Delong Erstine Deutsch Windy Deutsch Douglas Dilley Nancy Do Phuoc Do Deborah Driver Gary Eckert Lois Edmunds John Espinosa Micheal Farrell Lawrence Fisk Julie Furr Edith Gariner Virgil George William Goldsboro James Conzales , Seniors not pictured Teddy Gordy Peter Graham Avis Granger Brian Green Martin Green Martha Haddix Janet Harding Lisa Haskin Michael Hayes Margaret Hill Luong Hua Mark Humrich Scott Hutchcraft Tammy Jakub Charlotte Jessen Jill Kelly Deborah King Linda Knipfing David Koeppen Dennis Lopez Thai Lor Thong Lor Troy Lowrie Larry Malisani Calvin Mallard Chuck Marcinkiewicz Donald Marcouillier Rocco Mariani Diana Marti Julie Maupin Kathleen Mclellan David Mitchell Tammy Montoya John Moore Anthony Morales Rebecca Mountain Rami Nardone Peter Nemeth Anita Nesmith Daniel Olson Kham Mou Panyachith Curtis Parker Darrin Parker Richard Parks Cynthia'Pedersen Britt Peterson Dallas Phillips Sayt Phouleuanghong Siso Phouleuanghong 68 Gary Pitton Angelina Plumlee Lanh Quach Michael Reichardt Raymond Rose Jennifer Rosengarten Philip Roughton Todd Rued Jose Ruiz Stephan Santistevan Michele Sault Angela Secrest Daniel Shakin Patrica Sieczkowski Cynthia Simmons John Smith Kimberly Spino Terry Spong Kandy Steffens Lorian Stoddard Debra Strott Stan Stumpf Peter Stumpp Moua Sue Vernon Sutcliffe Sheryl Sutton Edward Underwood Lance Urie Charles Vaughn Ramona Vigil Chet Vang Jerome Weaver Travis Woodworth Chou Yang Ly Pao Yang Patrick Zamora Shane Boswell Troy Fullmer Steven Hale Selina Valerie Kenneth Burton Conroy Duran Bryce David e Bridgette Garner Gerber Hale Jeff Hubert Henderson Hewett 5,' -V ,-,r 3 ,VVV . ' 'A',' 5 Tammy ' Tom Jakub Lutgen David Lorrie Novak Parr Richard A V Rick Winters , Wood I linda aStuart MCMullin Moulton Laura Leroy Pickard Standish Bob Zakrzewski This page of late seniors by Feltner Photography if y ff - A :Mg,,,",,,.,,,-, , s f lm n B v- 5' 'n ug , uh ,W , fx? 5 5 xx ,Q V '5 . as, Q, 4 Z 4 ' 4--P 1 yi. , 3 f if ' 'f 1- ff f' 'P ' a .1ilf7Y"f'i M ,,,,,, 7 sf! I .Z 'iff A 1 ai' 9ig.,,g.1a..,,,iW " - 4 m . ,. i M -. X af 1 2 4, A , 4' 'HH-Www Z G f, 5, 1 ww Q 4 4 , K V 5 ' Jr 1- 9 , 1 ' 1 - af- is 2 , 1 bs 1 f , g W ' . ' , 1 4, , ,H , f , V X , M' ' f 6 ' My fy 'QAM 5 V 1, -ff ww,-. V wi ' 0 I w iw L-V 754, . ' Z'45,,1!:,:w A . f , "AJ 'f',:Q.fZ ', , L ,W ,, ,.,,,, . W ' V ,egw .L ' f 735, W Av M 2 jg 1 1 I If, W Z f, gf . Q V' 5 Va f why sg wi f i W ,Al af. Nenwesvix Redskin Spirit Shown In Rain Approximately 200 students par- ticipated in the fifty-seventh an- nual Harvest Festival Parade in mid-September. The marching band, cheerleaders, pom pons. Pin Pals, Student Council, Tribe and Mr. and Mrs. Redskins par- ticipated in the rain-dampened and delayed parade. 'L if arvestlfestivalParadaHarvestFestivalParadeHarvestFesti 'i'1 omecomingHomecomingHomecomingHomecomingHo E' it Seniors Win in assemblies Two Homecoming assemblies. one sponsored by Student Coun- cil, the other by the Pep Club Tribe, kicked off the events for Homecoming. Seniors won the events in class competition, the girls' arm wrestling, root beer drinking, the wet t-shirt contest, air band contest and the marsh- mallow eating contest. The ju- niors took the spaghetti-eating contest and the shaving cream smear. The sophomores showed good spirit in the pie eating con- test although not winning any event. sfs I ,Z 5... 1 J N K omecomingHomecomingHomecomingHomecomingHo Week enjoyed by everyone Homecoming Week featured five days filled with school spirit in which students and faculty par- ticipated. Monday was Nostalgia Day, a day when students dressed in "golden oldies" and relived days of the past. Tuesday was Mash Day, a day when students dressed in army greens or as favorite characters from "Mash." Wednesday was Punk Rock Day when students outfitted them- selves in punk clothes and out of this world hairdos. Thursday was Beach Day when students wore flowered shirts and bermuda shorts, and were ready to hit the beach. Friday was Sweats and Red and White Spirit Day when students wore sweats or the school colors to show school spirit. Q if ,ggwi W y 'WW , A ,i ,sun ,ff V 4,Jvs,wfw' -- fi Q. from i H N' J'-W si 7 r gf 'ls D 3' W nfgfxzmf bgfsgfzg , .nay rf..n0"'l f 73, .- if V ,.-,,.,W" - ,new-PM comingHomecomingHomecomingHomecomingHomeco I! Q 5? W E Q , 4 HL ,K A. T36 A , ., - V X KM-,, pf x X W 3 Q 73 omecomingHomecoming HomecomingHomecoming Ho Gemini plays Hello Again , t ,, , T sf, t T The Homecoming king and present and former Redskins. l A " 'y queen, Troy Wolf and Judy 3'1 - Trever. were crowned by the They played in the silver and blue l by Q i i fs president of the Student Council, gym that was decorated by a Stu- Mycomffwg- Q ' Lisa Blatter and Assistant Princi- dent Council committee. The so '98, tx A , T' pal Marilyn Kosloski. The royalty council was in charge of decora- H 7 not-"' t 7 if ' EAU. then danced to the theme song 'Hello Again' that was performed by the band Gemini consisting of tions, refreshments, publicity, and selection of the royalty. Va' f' ' , libs , if' , T z"lfTr'?- J , draft! C6 'W m',gd'fZ , 'L 1 V , f ,1,ffff,dp,,,y R V N, . 7 . A ,, .. V 95 IIZW M y , , A - Af, .ui V , ,Ng f T ' w ,r'f-, 1:4 1 X f' fazilkili -' ' ' f vf"'fi'1UI5k .W ' ,4 1 E . Qt B My x flf ,M , 5 1, tl Queen and King: Judy Trever and Troy Wolf ,',., L, 74 l l ommgHomecommgHomecommgHomecomlngHomeco , o 1 4 Junior Attendants: Lisa Bueghly and Clay Corbus Senior Attendants: Joe DeCamillis and Sue Dinges Kia I Sophomore Attendants: Maria Pacheco and Dean Billington standing in for Chad r Culter 75 allProductlonFallProductionFdlProductlon FallProductlo Students Act ln 'Tartuffe' "Tartuffe", by Moliere, was the fall production featuring Scott McKinstry in the title role and Joelle Krankota as Dorine. "Tartuffe", a popular play in the l7th century, proved to be a challenge for the the- ater department. Directing the play was Ms. Sharon Carter and student director .lon Ehnert. Cast Madame Pernelle Nancy Nelson Elmire Georgia Nemeth Dorine .loelle Krankota Damis Greg Mally Mariane Carol Ellison Cleante Chris Ohman Flipote Lissah Newton Orgon John Ladbury Valere Brian Stubbs Tartuffe Scott McKinstry Monsieur Loyale Tim Brown ix ProductionFallProduction FaIIProductionFaIIProductionF '11 E 'W"""WM"n--fm ff' WM.,,,,,- 1' Q A if 41 Q 'e WW Q , f Wg ? 6,, ggi , ai. Z ff 1 U, M .V W .km y g f, frm f ,fa W f ,. f Z I , ff I 1 , ,, "4 4 ' 26 WM 3 ,1 ZV. if ' am. ,V 'M MQ , h ,M W! ,-,,, M! QM ,Q Y 4 f , 3 ins A 5 2 ' Q A fe 5 , f 1 f 4 'i ,, w 4 - ,:,,., ' 2 62 3? wr 5 f N 3 , 3? ,gpdgwllp ffmx 2,,.f'2, , M 77 na l LQ' V- l AW vi is jf it sf Stuco, Faculty Show Thanks The Student Council showed ap- preciation for the faculty mem- bers and administration by spon- soring a breakfast in their honor in November. Student Council members who were dressed in pajamas served a breakfast con- sisting of fruit, juice, donuts, cof- fee. and milk to the faculty mem- bers. The faculty in return gave a breakfast for the Student Council members in December. Both breakfasts were held in the li- brary. w Q all is fs:-is Q sf? tt X- K 5 ., Hvv. . V WV S v ..A,aW,,,,9,,,,,,.. uco-FacultyBreakfastStuco-FacuItyBreakfast Stuco Fac dieHawklnsSadleHawklnsSadleHawkinsSadieHawkins Sa Acting Group Holds Dance The Sadie Hawkins dance, for which the gals asked the guys. was sponsored by the Thespians. Angie Torrez headed the com- mittee in charge of decorations. Chris Sweeney organized the marrying booth in which the Rev- erend Fred Marble conducted the ceremonies. Laura Storm was in charge of refreshments, and Debbie Roome, the music. 1 pm Groups Show Christmas Joy The Christmas holiday brought two nights of concerts given by the music department. Both nights of concerts appeared to fill the audience with Christmas spirit. The groups that per- formed the first night were Sophomore Band, Jazz Band, Chantelles, Choraliers, and Con- cert Choir. The second evening of participants included Sym- phonic Band, Wind Ensemble, Modernaires, Crystelles and Chorale. Soloists at the concerts included Greg Mally, Lane Palmer, Kim Ro- sentrater, and Laura Storm for Choraliers, Diane Lentz, Kriss Perras, Ginger Phillips, and Tere- sa Waugh for Chantelles, and Bob Screws for Modernaires. f' ly . B..- J ! us- lolIdayConcertsHolidayConcertsHoIidayConcertsHolldc linterFestWinterFestWinterFestWlnterFestWlnterFest Winter Fest Boasts Spirits Winter Fest added to the excite- ment of the Christmas holiday. The Student Council sponsored the five days of Christmas enjoy- ment during the last week of school in December. Monday started off with Santa's Helpers Day when students dressed as elves. Tuesday, students wore their ski outfits for Ski Day. Wednesday continued the week with Mistletoe Day when the stu- dents went around giving out holi- day kisses. On Thursday students celebrated Christmas Morning Day by dress- ing in their pajamas. Friday ended with Red, Green and White Day when students wore their holiday colored outfits. lt was also the day when judging was done on the door decorating con- test. Prizes were given for most originality and best all-around. 81 . XX X R X s but i is , A LL A .. L sg as -Jr XR Ks, was i .,W.t. is yi L 1 xxx , N Goodies Help Raise Money Bake sales were used throughout the year by clubs and organiza- tions to raise money. The foreign language clubs used some of the money they earned to visit res- taurants which reflected the cul- ture about which they learned. Uniforms were bought by the spirit groups. Some of the clubs donated money to the Jeffco Ac- tion Center and to other chari- ties. ,akeSalesBakeSaIesBakeSalesBakeSalesBakeSaIesBakeSa lentinesDanceValentlnesDance ValentinesDanceValenti Dates Matched By Computer The Valentine's Dance featured computer dating, for which the Gifted and Talented class sup- plied the computer match-ups. About 75 people attended the dance in the cafeteria, with mu- sic provided by a live D.J. for Sound and Light. The dance spon- sored by Student Council, was held after a home basketball game. Valentine's Day was also a time to express feelings by buying Val-A-Grams from Junior Student Council Members. X X . 4 Z, y W! -49 42 f at 3 fn X 3 an 0' A Month Hold Blood Drive, Auction, Game Three events highlighted the month of February: the annual Chinese auction, the DECA blood drive, and the Faculty-Channel 4 basketball game. ln the auction, White Elephant Gifts featured a much-sought- after letter jacket. Dinners at lo- cal restaurants were also in de- mand by bidders. Items were viewed and then auctioned off between performances by the three concert bands and the or- chestra. DECA collected 97 pints of blood for the Bonfils Blood Center. Those who particpated donated a half hour of their time to con- tribute. The Faculty-Channel 4 basketball game proved to be fun for every- one. Even though the home team put up a good fight, they lost to Channel 4 by three points. I dds8Ends0ddsSEndsOddsSEndsOddsSEnds Odds8Enc .. li A A .G . elsif-' N1-'iris x in me 4 Q., - ., We would like to express our ap- preciation to Juniors Paula McVay and Bryan Saunders for taking over as leaders of the fac- ulty and sports sections, and also to Juniors Tammy Angel and Ja- red Nusbaum for their help in completing the sports pages. Long hours and hard work were put in by all of them. Many Juniors take harder classes to prepare themselves for the ACT or SAT tests. They found more time to be involved in clubs and attend more school func- tions. Juniors also discovered that decisions had to be made about their last year in high school and about their futures. was 5. wfwumzfxxssefrzeafwf mae: rx sv 2 'fhzwwmfsiszwsrrwvw wssarxwwqmfww awww ,g 2 A mb Nm 1, .. arg.: . 3217, w izard: l yvgflflilfiwiliifiiifii fs? ef? -1 5? 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Students not only learned the skills of working a typewriter, Tenkey Calculator, and the Apple Computer, but also of dressing for an interview and work. They were also taught how to prepare their own resume and letter of application and how to conduct themselves when at an interview and at the job. Stu- dents also received credit for having a job in the business world. Two new business courses were added second semester: data processing and principles of management. Students had a chance to choose between ac- counting, business math, typing both Gregg and Forkner short- hand, Office Occupations I and ll. introduction to business, and personal law. MQW Z? Q, Students Take Culture Trip Southwest Studies, a two hour class that covered material from Spanish, language arts and art courses, was added to the cur- riculum, giving students the op- portunity to study a regional cul- ture and language. A half credit was available in two of the three areas studied while a trip to Taos, New Mexico, during the spring break offered an addition- al quarter credit. Foreign lan- guage classes also were offered in French, Latin, Russian, and German. More than 450 students were enrolled in a foreign Ian- guage class. Students Take Music Classes The music department had both vocal and instrumental classes. The top five choirs were re- quired to to audition to deter- mine which class they were put into. These choirs were Chorale, Choraliers, Modernaires, Chan- telles, Concert Choir and Festival Choir. The instrumental department also offered a wide range of classes. Among these was the Marching Band that consisted of D3 members. There were also two stage bands, a jazz combo. three concert bands and a Dixie- land band. if-9 if if , G . ,,,, V iq ii 1 ,1 .-. E gfxf f 'Y-. s Q... of gr. :rr , Y. 1 lm 1 A at . 'KH P X Q if W, 1 Q, 4 , .Wwwfwwww .4 Another Class Added To Art The field of art asked students to use their imaginations, creativ- ity, and talents, after which many students entered their var- ious projects in two art shows. Drawing and painting, were not the only areas of study. The art department offered a variety of activities such as designing sculptures out of stone and wood, wall hangings, jewelry, and pottery. Photography was also available to those students who had an interest in developing. printing, and mounting their own pictures. Another class was added to the art department. Southwest Stud- ies which gave students a chance to learn about another culture. Classes were offered in drawing, jewelry, fiber art, and photogra- phy. Classes Learn Trade Skills In industrial arts students were offered five different courses on different skill levels. Students who took industrial arts were given a chance to learn about a certain area such as electronics, drafting, metal shop, auto shop. and woodworking. Students learned such skills as drawing houses, making gun racks and waterbed frames, fixing auto en- gines and learning how to weld. The students were given pro- jects to complete and enough time so they could work at their own speed. Industrial arts al- lowed students to be creative and to do something with their hands instead of their pencils. ,ei 'Af-' 7.5 J? at , x I- in sg .l,r--- L H it T' iff Students Work As Assistants Students were available to be as- sistants to teachers and differ- ent offices. In the office, the stu- dent's responsibilities included answering the phones, delivering messages, and stuffing the teachers mailboxes. The student who assisted the teacher helped in grading the papers and in get- ting the assignments ready. The student who assisted in the office received M credit per se- mester and he who assisted the teacher received V4 credit per semester. The students' most fa- vorable comment about the class was, "lt's an enjoyable class and good experience." Students Learn Working Skills One hundred and thirteen stu- dents attended Warren Occupa- tional Technical Center for the morning session, afternoon ses- sion, or both. Warren Tech, a vocational school, provided students with the skills necessary in prepara- tion for a job. There were twenty-three stu- dents taking auto related classes, fifteen students taking computer related classes, and twelve stu- dents taking health occupation classes which made these the most popular classes. Learn Values ' Lu ' , ,W , , .,.,. .W " 4 S fffs if M I P.E. Classes f J' 5 . n l a g 'li fl at av my Discipline and self-confidence were two important values learned by students taking phys- ical education. A new class that was added was weight lifting for girls, with instructor, Bob Meisner. The other classes of- fered were recreational sports where students experienced teamwork and developed skill in sports. Activities also included running once a week and power lifting for students interested in a muscle-building class. Many students who took P.E. classes felt that the skills they learned were benificial and the exercise was important. . 'N' L - L-we V, ,, .I my v' 'V M 4 you 7,7 .50 Af? 'V I ' 'fb L G . if x -gt ' ' ' I ,' ' 541, ,, ' ' ' "" ' .M ' A s ffl? . .L 'e I qs 1 2 ,' A 1 ... 1, . WZ , if s, ,. , , , , 51' .W f A, is V 'Q A Q 3, 1 Wwwff 128 ...lun Maul Home Ec. Adds Q ' ' i Living Class The new class added to the five existing Home Ec courses was In- dependent Living. This class, in- structed by Mrs. Ruby Wyatt, taught students self-awareness and self-esteem. The other classes were Marriage and the Family, Clothing, Foods, Child Development, and Home Eco- nomics Occupations, a class in which students received credit for a job as well as the class. Stu- dents needed a Home Ec related job to qualify for H.E.O. There were also two Child Development classes offered, study of infant care and working with pre-school children. - --LL . 1 1 . 1 ...F - jf... ' .. ,A , L:L.L LLKL A .5 ' . Four Classes Help Students Four classes were held for stu' dents who needed special help. P.C. Lab students had perceptual and comprehension problems. SIEBD classes helped students who had emotional problems. SLIC offered classes to students lacking academic skills. TESOL taught foreign students English as a second language. 4162 .........,g T Driver Skills Teach Defense Students took Drivers Training to learn and develop better driv- ing skills. Students also received insurance benefits. In Drivers Education, students studied a va- riety of techniques to help aid in driving abilities. They worked in the classroom learning about the rules of the street, types of insur- ance, controlling a car in unex- pected circumstances, and the meaning of signs. Students were also expected to participate in both the simulator and driving range. 4-H... ll W WSW' M' .. 2 Students Take Social Studies Students were required to take eight quarters of social studies in three years. For the tenth graders a quarter of state and local government was required along with three other quarters of world history. Eleventh graders took three quarters of American history along with a quarter of econom- ics. Seniors could have taken a year's course in behavioral sci- ence. The upper classmen could have also taken a semester class in one of the three other behav- ioral classes. The four behavioral sciences included sociology, an- thropology, and psychology. 5' I , -'VN It if S . 'li' ,L Sa ' 4' z 5, I S fig ....-.., , ---, 'vis-,f X . W it it 'Ain , I , . V .4 , ' fr 5, al , S f-X VI,-1 'Hn 'NWN 1- v 4 I Uiqy 1: y 131 Iv! Y' Students Gain Science Skills A variety of science courses was offered with the majority of the sophomores taking biology. Physics had a math-science combination that applied to both of the subjects. Most students took a science course either because they were re- quired or because they were pre- paring themselves for college. Stu- dents polled agreed that the sci- ence classes were challenging but worth the hard work that they put into them. Most of the students liked the way that their teachers had developed the class and the learning skills that were used. Math Classes Give Choices Math offered twelve classes pre- senting a variety of courses. ln addition to Geometry, Algegra I and ll, and Math Analysis, ad- vanced classes such as Geome- try-Algegra ll, Algebra ll-Trig., and calculus were offered. Math of Finance, Easy Calculus, Probability and Statistics, Com- puter and Advanced Computer were also offered to round off the variety of classes. One year of math was required, although many students took one to two additional years of math- ematics for college. Students queried agreed that math skills were more essential than ever in today's society. if .L Qfhs... l, 4' -Q ff-3 - l"- 'QL-.-" 'll V34 'Q ,f x ,-1. 2 :gr i--"-" ,, y . . 1 Q E E' E if Q44--if ,,,,. all f ' - arfl' A A-g " -ti 2 , ' :... g V, I 1 i A M famed" - T32 Language Arts Cffers Variety Three years of language arts was required which included three quarters of composition, three quarters, of literature, one quar- ter of language, one quarter of oral communication, and one full year of electives. The Language Arts Department provided an interesting array of classes. Some of these classes in- cluded Small Group Discussion, Film l and Il, Creative Writing, Theater, Newspaper, Advanced Essay, Major American Writiers, Composition for the College Bound, Real-Unreal, Mythology, the Bible as Literature, and Ad- vanced Placement or Honors English. 'I T. sfxff i f --.s., fy is is 2 W g 2 is vphomorcs . Sirfg sh M 'S 4,, ,4 v -'li I , ef i A Y i-fy . -v pi t4 X , , gs f I m ,, In Wi I . H ., ., ,V Q . 4 ,L I, In M512 V' -L V ' W WY M if it H' ' '--- . ,. 'f ,f , ,,,,', ,WW ,,,f 1, X f 'S , , ,V ,,,. - ' , '-,. H V ,",,', ,, , 1 V- 'S . Q X. 1458. . . K -Q s.. b . 4' fs m . ' ' I ' if-4 W . ,- .. . Q ,KX ' A gigsi. zswxf. . ss 1 Y wt: . A K ' sn K Q si. X' S ' g WSF Q is 'W Y, :sg s Q NN:kb ii grfnizi N, . S ,., . gg Si l ., Si ,,,, . ' X ' Q s A . s 'si s f so if s ss . 'R ,K A X M? 1' nf? ii 'fx K if 5. P ' "" V s I :ij S , L 1 QQ g - ,1,, . is Q- + fi -fk' kk.V .iisegif X is-wife is y it ' sf if gh , sf ,ir s X gs my R .E Y J.. wi Ke: E ss. 4 1 Ns A... The discovery of a new school, new friends and newfound free- dom were just the beginning of high school for sophomores. Sophomores watch and listen to other people around them and quickly learn how much harder the classes are and about the re- sponsibilities that they must as- sume. As their sophomore year is ending, they are looking forward to their junior year and to being involved in more school activi- ties. Q id O-' .ll x w.,w y is . as xxx Xx 1 Secretary Carolyn Bashford, President Nancy Nelson, Vice President Susie Kern Class Of l985 u Bottom raw: B. Blank, P. Gieason, B. Bivens, and M. Mauser. Row 2: B. Ocker, S. Strand, L. Hess, K. Elder, S. I-iackweli, C. Heller, Row 5: C. Bashfurd, N. Nelson, and S. Kern 134 Kristal Michael all Allman Almasy A111310 Angie Heather Mark Micheal Carol Michelle Anderson Anderson Anderson Anderson Arko Armentrout Ns , ' "Q :Q - 4 is ES, K , . .K - A- 'lm ,Q- i . 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Darrell Dilworth Ass't Principal Marilyn Kosloski ' Ass't Principal Staff reveals future goals When asked what they wish to be doing in ten years, the admin- istrators replied in these various ways. Mr. George Bethel, who is in charge of staff employement. has no definite plans but thinks he will still be a principal at Ar- vada High. Mr. Darrell Dilworth, who takes care of campus supervision and discipline, hopes to be a principal somewhere in Jefferson County. Dr. Ron Feltes, who coordinates special programs, class schedul- ing, and grade reporting, hopes to be rich and famous, and live on a boat in Maui. Ms. Marilyn Kosloski, who co- ordinates student activities and achievement awards, hopes to be a principal somewhere in Jeffer- son County. Mr. Mike Winant, who is athlet- ics director, and supervisor of building maintenance, will prob- ably still be here at Arvada High. 172 Ron Feltes Ass't Principal Mike Winant Ass't Principal John Addison Ot Buelter ,.w.1v..s...,,.Sa.- - - .SM -- fst ia rrsnv ,.., W Richard Perrizo Pat Scott Bob Thor6SoI1 Joan Tomlinson Head 1.:s1fs.sf21121a.s:s2.fswxsw vs - ssmwa ,,-f MW R --H- Counselors Team of six helps students John Addison, Ot Buelter, Richard Perrizo, Pat Scott, Bob Thoreson. and Joan Tomlinson were a team of six counselors who provided guid- ance to all students. These six helped the students in many areas other than school-related problems. Personal problems, college admis- sion, financial aid, and career deci- sions are just a few. This year the counselors helped in special class activities. Some of these activities included college in- formation and testing, career guid- ance and decisions about life after high school. Ms. Jan Ables served as a counselor during the first semester. Ms. Ables is working toward her certification in high school counseling at the Uni- versity of Colorado. ln the past she has been a teacher. Jan Ables Practicum Student Secretaries 'A dxf N Gurley Counseling Office P Karraker and A. Bakel, Student Ser- Lay Assistants J. Willy, C. Bradley, D. Styles, J. Dodd, M. Gardener, M, Mitchell, J. Jacobs, M. Kirk. N. Santorno, P. Plakorus. and S. Poisson. 174 Six Supervise Three Offices Six secretaries took care of the three main offices. In the main office were Head Secretary Bet- ty Williams, Secretary Eileen Pe- terson, and Bookkeeper Fumi Ot- suki. Nancy Gurley was in the Counseling Office, and Peggy Karraker and Andrea Bakel were in Student Services. All of these ladies have between four and I7 years experience and literally kept the school in good running order. Mrs. Williams has been here for I7 years. F. Otsuki, E. Peterson and B. Williams, Main Office Aides Perform Office Chores Lay assistants helped faculty and staff members with their work- loads by typing, running off copies, and other odds and ends. Each worked to assist in the of- fice to which they were as- signed. These offices included department offices, such as the business and language arts of- fices, and the main office, coun- seling center, and vices. All the assistants worked part time, usu- ally in the morning. W, it am Z Sandy Atteberry Robert Bassett Bill Beaver Barbara Belcher Foreign Langjlang. Arts Math Social Studies Reading V 3 , H I I 7 'fs f if i f , r it 1 "1 Marie Bernard Alan Blankenship James Bratten Jodie Brown Business Language Arts Physical Education lndustrial Arts 175 'Q eh ggqfh Douglas Caffey Sharon Carter Austin Christensen Math Language Arts Social Studies imww an Wfgy, , - tr, I fw Carl Churches Driver ED C - an-fy, f 9 .lim Connor Robert Connor .loe Corre Jim Corso Social Studies Science Language Arts Science f M' X, , 'MMM i f f Aff 1 f 1 , ' I 'K , 1, M at in -I pipp N W S ,g i -A ' V ,f fi :fi T, , if 5-f,,, 0 V- 3 yy. . ,f Q I f fi: I, , wi W G i " i, ' Harold Crimmins Don Curtis Jerry Davis Joyce DGVISSOD Social Studies Math Math Physical Education Some Want More Courses Many faculty members felt that new courses should be added to the curriculum. ln a poll geography was listed as the course most teachers wanted to add. "When a kid goes to a world map and looks for Spain in the South Pacific - something's wrong," stated Mr. EI- bert Pankratz. Geography was not the only course that teachers wanted to add. A few others such as human relations, swimming and dancing were also on the top of the list. A human relations class would help students get along with other stu- dents and swimming and dancing would help to keep the students fit Another request was not to add any courses at all. Many teachers feel that too many are already of- fered. i lnez Deines Jane Deyoe Tony Ducros William Dudley Math TESOL Language Arts Math 177 E .4-, . ik is J gn A P .iff H 1. 1fQxe A, , -.-is X2-. '::::-r- 1' 3 S. ' 2-Ns'-s.e I' s fn'v'v ' ' . ' f 'S KJ' + al ' 14 Q 0 1 ' n "5 ',s".',a,'i pf l'v...','o ,ful ' ."u',',v 'I 6, ,:o'Q.p.v. xv, . u i..,i..,.,:, 5 A I 'L . " ' Z"'-'2:- . ig S. 123:-:Zyl-1 L 'A sffaa , .K u , .c.,"sK,'f Helga Duncan Dennis Dunkin Joyce Evans Mary Eylar Foreign Language Math Math Social Studies Ji, . sail.. PRN! W 3 James Faes Industrial Arts ' .QMS Mona Frazier Social Studies vw 5 X if X 178 Mark Graham Ted Grundmeier Language Arts Social Studies Q . ,ji K X , X . - Kkb KF' - !:: K . QR ig, its X, is Q Q " Q -fe. Ti, Q -' is -Q . l . - n K 'sg N S X Gayle Harris Home Economics Sarah Blair Hill Harriet Hines John Horst SIEBD Business Language Atrs Fran Howard Rebecca Hudson Robert Hurrell Carol Hynes Science SLIC Music PC Lab 179 , Vi J l W . V, MF Sheryl Jones Phil Kastor Lynn Kessler Bill Kirby Language Arts Social Studies Science SLIC Christy Koeneke Home Economics yi if 1 1 A ,fi Richard Lightner Industrial Arts Charles Lovett Robert Ludwig Art Language Arts Fred Marble Glen March Gail Marcus Tom McCormick Music Business Foreign Language Music Nine Teachers .loin Faculty Nine teachers joined the faculty this year. They were Ms. Marie Bernard and Mr. Glen March in Business, Mr. Jim Connor in Social Studies, Ms. Inez Deines and Ms. Joyce Evans in Math, Ms. Gayle Harris in Home Economics, Ms. Carol Hynes in PC, Ms. Linda Wuerz in Language Arts, and Ms. Donna Shkilevich in TESOI. These teachers graduated from various universities including Ms. Bernard from Southern Florida, Ms. Evans from U.C.L.A., Ms. Har- ris from Auburn, and Ms. Wuerz from Missouri. Some of the teachers have had in- teresting experiences before starting work here. Mr. Connor spent the summer in France with his wife, Ms. Hynes taught at Tanglewood Open Living school in Golden, Mr. March was a corpo- rate sales manager at Holiday lnn in Denver, and Ms. Shkilevich spent two years in South America. , ., af. o me Q ,. 'M"'-KK. - -: :?'.:5'-:L L- M ...Q . .- -s: T 2' 'M'gSsE'5!fi KQESFQSSEK .. .-.. its ss. A Q as X it s ? i tfil is 4, fi its Q its fs fsivis W' S N m is iris. M H sg X ,.. Q assi? W N8 Q. kai X3 ir is" . s T Charles McDonnell Robert Meisner Neil Minden Jim NlIlCl'l2ll Social Studies Physical Education Social Studies Science 181 4 Mr. Pankratz Ends Career Mr. Elbert Pankratz has retired after twenty-five years of teach- ing. His first ten years were spent teaching in Kansas and Oklahoma before coming to Colorado. When asked what sat- isfaction he has gotten out of teaching, Mr. Pankratz an- swered, "l've seen students do good and bad. The profession it- self is very satisfying, but also very frustrating sometimes." He also commented that, when he first began teaching, things were much more strict than they are now. "Teachers had more au- thority and more respect." The most embarrassing incident that occurred in his twenty-five years was when he'returned to class after a passing period to find a note on his desk that read "You have a hole in your pantsl" , , t ir -i , 'X I ff 1, , Q 9' S Eggs! daft T ll it 440' xiii x -T Q v, 'B liy, dgl j' 1 I , 9 ,all ,Q 1 Charles Nelson Art Hilary Nelson Science Tom NiCh0llS James O'DonnelI Elbert Pankratz Charles Patera Attendance Industrial Arts Social Studies Social Studies f 2E"'5" im ffifyf , gijwf v af Ar '45 f3f", Sl' Q yn- Q., Ben Pyatt Math QQ? Ronald Ray Nolene Regnier Dorothy Reyes Cherry Roberts Math Foreign Language Foreign Language Phys. Ed mms n aw' ,,, , f in F W. 1 Joan Robertson Georgelynn Schmidler Business Language Arts N f Linda Scholes Donna Shkilevich Michael Solominsky Gus Spano Art TESOL Science Business 184 www .lane Stitt Marilyn Stor Rod Stor PC Labb Math Math W SS , G' :t. X gy S A 4 James Sullivan Science Mary Ann Sullivan Business Bill Tipton Pat Tokarsky Georgenne Tomlinson Science Language Arts Media Specialist 185 Joe Swoverland Industrial Arts Maryann Trembath Language Arts QU TEFlll'l EQ TERM , 1 1 4 f ' 4 .Suv if ,V uh0"""""""' "H : -.1' T ,,arca i f Ed Tyrrell Jerry Urbach Zephyr Villano Candy Walker Language Arts PC Lab Reading Business Teachers, who filled out a ques- Pankratz answered "The major tionnaire concerning major hang- hang-up is getting rid of all that ., ups and future goals, answered in moneyl" Hmmmm. N... ,Q C lm ' a variety of interesting ways. Con- 'f' X cerning the major hang-ups of be- The teachers were also questioned lan? wk - 5 ing a teacher: most of them felt about future goals and many of 'Q if A f-yy that it was rude and disrespectful them replied that administration 3 S955 4 if students who made the job frus- was the goal. Secondly, many New W' W . if trating sometimes. The second teachers want to travel and relax. W5 ygggyem an 'P biggest hang-up is grading papers, Cnc anonymous teacher wishes to 4 2NfA'v,Q4jH'ii X of coursel Another that made the take the Love Boat to Fantasy ls- s ,S i""' list was the extreme time-consum- land with Charlie's Angelsl" K fi ing effort of the job, time that is Teachers have goals, too ..... , f j s ' not always appreciated. Mr. Elbert 'ei ci, A ky 5 L, . TW fav., , Craig Wilkie Social Studies Debbie Willeford Mary Williams .loan Wofford Music Head Librarian Language Arts 186 Judith Wood Business Three Provide Special Help Special services were provided to the students by three staff members. Karen Pramenko the school nurse helped students with physical problems. Joe Zuchter the social worker pro- vided students with mental good health. And Suzanne Scaglione who replaced Sharon Smith worked as security officer to as- sure safety among thefstudents. Linda Wuerz Ruby WYGII Language Arts BuSil19SS W Karen Pramenko School Nurse Suzanne Scaglione Joe Zuchter Security Officer Social Worker 187 Cooks and Custodians ting, gy ,Max fi Qi S if '52 'ts-ff if me B. Kuersten, E. Nigh, S. Windell, S. Bull, D. Tompkins, J. Steckel, M. Colbert. R. Smith and G. Snow a 'I inf, Q G. Tolve. D. Starr, D. Faidley and J. Lucari Cnot pictured? .N ,X J ,, , 'S .15 1 1 1 J J 5 ft' ki - S --': q fa A551 -T ix.. if ' TF. . 3. "', K . .wi . .amy . A 'S . it 's Q ' , D A. Bosick, E. Neiman, M. Alman, B. Tolve. C. Dortch. R. Paseka 188 Head Retires As Custodian Head custodian Del Faidley, who was replaced by night custodian Marshall Colbert when he retired in De- cember, directed a staff consisting of Jim Lucari, Dovie Starr, and George Tolve. Mr. Faidley said. "The students are basically good kids", although he felt that some didn't care about the con- dition of the school. making custodi- al duties more difficult. Cooks Prefer New System Head cook Rae Paseka felt that her job could have been easier if there had been two lunch hours, instead of one. She felt she could have "fed more students." Seven cooks helped Mrs. Paseka in the kitchen, along with two students, Julie Bowman and Lois Edmonds. 'Nt NS, . 9941+ in "1vnm,.,Z' Sports M my W , M MK' ww N, " bmw vyyf W 3 Q ww mmmumvimem. Q99 - 4 X -Q . wx X . 4 XL .. m w.inQi'N-Q + X ' 'NS a Q4 wat. . Yfxevvutwxsfw- xx wa www-www may AI'V3d3 Oppgnenf ISC Bear Creek 0 Lakewood 0 Evergreen 7 Wheatridge 0 Grand Jct. 6 Alameda I7 - A. West 8 Pomona IO Columbine 0 Playoffs Playoffs ll Evergreen 6 26 G.W. 0 I8 Cherry Creek 35 - 191 A A Squad Makes Play-Qff Game Not in the tournament since the state championship season of I976, the varsity advanced to the quarterfinals in the play-offs, only to be beaten by Cherry Creek. . Beginning the season with two shutouts, the team, along with Alameda, eventually became co- division champs. With a highly praised defense and strong of- fense, the squad finished with a record of 9-3. All-Conference players were sen- iors Guy Bradford, Joe DeCamil- Iis, Bob Joyce. Tyler Travis, and Troy Wolf, juniors Don Clay and Paul Shurnas, and sophomore Randy Miskol. All-State honors were earned by seniors Joe DeCamillis. Bob Joyce and Troy Wolf. - yy. ...-is x 5 ...ft are - -'Y ' fe -,1e'w--'-,Q B Us 577 'SSQQ f-.en Lea e32ff1"14 5692 'K' ,Rf x il 3 ' K' 'L it Y -wiv-'N 'fn ,,... :vpn ,V 'wi in fdeeisofe 240:52 t'5"'45' J mf", an-gf 2.43, 10 Bottom row, S. Minot, W. Boeck, T. Travis, T. Hawkridge, J. DeCamiIIis,.G. Bradford, J. Robertson, J. Parisho. D. Clay. C. Corbus, R. Rose, Row 2, R. Bruce, T. Lowrie, J. Carpenter. R. Stephens. P. Klene, T. Lowe, J. Schoepflin, B. Hutchin, W. Smith. Row 3. D. Pivic, D. Bishop, B. Pietrafeso. T. Heany. J. Carr, R. Miskol, D. Smith, P. Shurnas. D. Schroeder, R. Kelley, C. Guerin Row 4: M. Flynn, L. Urie, L. Sterns. P. Cross, T. Wolf, S. Bowman. S. Bristol. B. Joyce, N. Luevano Top Row: Coach Corre, Coach Bratten. Coach Jensen. Coach Redic W. Boeck G. Bradford S. Bristol J. Carr J. DeCamillis T. Hawkridge T. Heany A B. Joyce P. Klene T. Lowe 4 T. Lowrie N- lU2V3I10 J. Parisho B. Pietrafeso J. Robertson 192 A i is ' N .. , K+ N .W .Tru wk. ,, f P 'fri ,X j - Y ' 'A A A Q M" . '-'z-wi. :iam 'Q ,xi A , xx 1 wx' 'f E 5 ve ,. 4' -jig I M' .- wa. .. 7 .. M ' , , -A ZZL 4 .4 sw ' I Lk1LL -LL - 1' Q.. 'fs ,Eff I N I I I' , if. ri K 1 . 1 VM s15'x::- f. . L. , JP ww K Q b xiii - m SY Q W San: I K I M : '- xiii 1 . 'af' : .. fl . +A- - V- - 1 - F- X K - ' 1 - N +2 Q " if sap-1 -Q, 3 . Q X ,ia Q Ss vs - f X .x sk 2 XR P ,fx Q. Egg? X Q W 5 E 5 'K r K " F L . , Lz,.A IQ- 5 A Lf A 1' 'Y .- .Q . - pw.-f .- .4-1-- -nfffask ,M X YS gm H I.. iz Wk I xegfiifk' 5' aww. . f . A i - : ia is Q vwi -. N , ' ' ir m...f! ,uni V- k ' S' fm 'xt Qin' 'fs' -Q' ww . i sam V 1 Sf!! H, 3 S?- qi. if Y -as he 'NASE h was L H, X , 5 ., x-,- K Tw i .K ,A W. :QM K N . . 5 qi K, My X Basketball Q . in vm. Hu A sw?-3-i I.. K 5 i 'fo E554 JN, ,X . , ijw-Q 113 51 ' 3 nf Y, Sp yi!! ,,..,,,, ...aura fix 13 1 'wx J. Fisher. L. Durant. K. Horan. S. Magda. R. Burge. K. Bronk. Coach P. Kastor, J. Halbach. T. Lounsbury. C. Watson. C. Oletski and C. Thomson Bottom row. T. Richards and J. Easton Row 2: S. Noll. J. Black. K. Loop. J. Black, S. Trout. M. Vest. K. Young. M. Kominek and D. Kirkpatrick Row 3. Coach J. Poisson. M. Grahme. A. Hegg. B. Ek. J. Whisler. M. Mauser. S. Kern. C. Gray and G. Blackburn. Girls Do Well, Go To State With a record of I8-6, the varsity squad had an outstanding season. The team placed first in league and second in districts. They did well in the state tournament as well. The varsity team consisted of seniors Robin Burge, Leslie Du- rant. Jayne Fisher. Karen Horan. Tracy Lounsbury. Carrie Oletski. Connie Thomson and Cindy Wat- son and juniors Kelly Bronk, Jen- nifer Halbach and Sue Magda. Along with Head Coach Phil Kas- tor. Ms. Joyce Davisson coached the iunior varsity to a I5-3 record while Coach Joe Poisson led the sophomores to a I5-3 season. D. Losasso. L. Shimpa. S. Gorman. C. Donnnelly. V. Schockely. Coach J. Davisson. L. Gorman. D. Rinderkneckt. M. Lingle. L. Bueghly and J. Voth T C 197 . I - M. Cade B. Joyce D. Kirvin J. Leisenring e n i o r s - C. Tackwell, D. Buchtel, B. Eldredge, S. Minot T' Wolf T. Yowen T. Richard f mu , ...V L, . .1 f 198 R. Burge L. Durant I J. Fisher K. Horan e n i o r s C. Oletski, L. Ford, N. Hansen T. Lounsbury f C. Oletski C. Thomson I C. Watson 199 C KM M wemwf rw, Y., JV 'm.,? ww F'-hzfmiw' sw uf-614 ,N w.,,ff,m M., , G w,..,,,!+ T "W1'+mqw-M, 1 fm.-W ,K z-1. ,, 4, W 'iff V 1, ,, ' V ,I 4- an vw wing' Wmz.M.Mf wwf, 5 w,,.v,3, sy ,wduniil-wwf f fmuwwfmww W ,,W,..f ,WMV W WMU U frfw ,,,,,,n.,, , Y Coach T. McCormick Row 2: T. Manderville. D. Kirvin. J. Leisenring. T. Wolf, T. Yowell. R. Pearce. P. Cross. T. Richard. M. Cade. B. Joyce. D. Kampman and S. Lucas fb Zzifzau ii Coach M. Peterson Row 2. S. Lucas. D. Kampman. S. Robertson. L. Rushton, D. Pond. L. Stearns, J. Halbach. T. Leisenring, D. Bloom and B. Hyland Bottom Row. S. Seaford. K. Wellens. C. Thompson. D. Schmidt. D. Carney and B. Hyland Row 2. G. Hassell. D. Taylor. J. Halbach. S. DeWitt. B. Callahan. S. Robertson. D. Tucker and Coach G. McSwane Cagers Reach State Tourney Along with two new coaches. Head Coach Tom McCormick led the varsity squad to a record of I0-I2. They played with much ef- fort and accomplished many out- standing victories. Seniors Mark Cade. Bob Joyce. Dave Kirvin. Jim Leisenring, Tra- cy Richard, Troy Wolf and Terry Yowell and juniors Phil Cross. Dave Kampman, Steve Lucas, Trent Manderville and Rob Pearce made up the varsity. All- conference honors were earned by seniors Troy Wolf and Terry Yowell and iunior Rob Pearce. 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Zgegigw,-'fi , xv, fr 5 k :'i-7533-i'.Q Lzxgizxiwigggff L ' 555 -if 'Lu '44 14ZQ,'22'54'?5?5'Z4v 5 '-5 75.':"f5ljL1L::, gwimieiiw - K f A 4.,v-lggmgq, 1 I 2 ' ' :fix 21 ff - A wg I 55,255 , 2 - 'ig ff 53:-3'-V illwmum K 55 E5 A 5 sz S, Q rg ,f S, E M84 sl' i"" MWNM Bottom Row: C. Salazar. D. Koeppen. T. Lowrie, B. Culter. J. Colden. P. Rock.and G. Pitton. Row 2: Mr. C. Churches coach. J. DeCamillis, D. Schroeder, J. Porter. G. Bradford. D. Gerber, and T. Searle Cnot pictured: K. Anderson and M Faughnan.J Varsity Seniors W Keith Anderson Guy Bradford Jim Colden J. DeCamillis p Earns Second' With a 6-2 record in dual meets. the team clinched third place in league. Helping the team to take third at districts were Rock, IOS, first, Faughnan I45, seconds David Koeppen. l38. secondf Jim Colden, I55. third, and DeCamiIlis I67, first. Paul Rock, Mike Faughnan. and Joe DeCamiIlis represented the wrestling team at state. Mike Fauhnan 3 Dave Gerber David Koeppen Jeff Porter Dave Schroeder Tom Searle I . W with DeCamiIIispplacing sec- ond. the highest of any Jeffco competitor. Q Joe DeCamillis. captain Paul Rock. captain Bottom row. B. Martinez, S. Gonzales. T. McKenna and J. Quarantino Row 2. E. Karst, T. Hergert. D. Cerrone. Q. Vigil and Coach M. Solominsky Bottom row. J. Perrault. S. Martinez. R. Duran. T. Martinez, J. Zamora and R. Spomer Row 2. T. Montoya. D. Carlson. J. Green. B. Rink. S. Pietrafeso. K. Ford and J. Lazano Row 3. Coach G. Spano, R. Miskol. M. Boette, D. Gillette. K. Sauer, M. Anderson. D. Knott. E. Knechtel and C. Culter N 206 207 Cross Country L K' K K K Bottom row: G. Reber, D. Carney, C. Ogg. R. John- son. B. Selby, S. Beeler, N. Erb, L. Hagerman Row 2. P. Eaton, M. Reichardt, D. Carlson, B. Rink. K. Hope, M. Rehkow, S. Hokenson, H. Sachovich, V. Shockly Row 5. M. Leo, M. Boette, D. Urenda, D. Mauser, L. Kaiser. L. Durant, H. Seaver, K. Hicks. C. Shaffer Row 4. B. Anderson, J. Richardson, A. Rittgers, M. King, T. Searle Runners Have Good Season The cross country team compet- ed in the Jefferson County league meet to end their season, with the girls placing sixth and the boys taking tenth place out of I2 teams. Earlier in the year both the boys and girls, teams participated in the Longmont Invitational where the girls placed fourth and the boys eighth. ln the Englewood ln- vitational girls took first and the boys sixth. ln the Loveland Invi- tational the girls took second place, and the boys settled for tenth place. The runners went on to the league meet, led by Captains Darin Mauser and Lynn Kaiser. A A Bottom row. B. Meston, S. Thomas. P. Mckendry. J. Gomez and E. Iverson Row 2: S. Wilkerson, B. Nemeth. M. Cade. T. Richard, D. Bloom, D. Billington and B. Eldridge 1 .I 9 K . , r 3. Golfers take I i 'd g A . . league title ao K . The golf team, coached by Mr. Phil Kastor in his first year. took the league title and placed fourth in state. Seniors Bob Nemeth and Tracy Richard and .lunior Eric Iverson were All Conference and led the team to first place in the Arvada City Tournament, as well as the district. The junior varsity squad earned first in the league tournament with sophomore Stan T. Be.-dam M' Cade Martinez as medalist. The varsity squad included Tim Berdahl, Dean Billington, Mark Cade, Jeff Gomez. Eric Iverson, Bob Nemeth and Tracy Richard. B. Nemeth T. Richard Paul Amato, Darrin Bloom, Brian Eldridge, Stan Martinez, Pat Mckendry, Chris Pratz, Pat Quinn, Steve Thomas and Steve Wilkerson were the JV's. Coach P. Kastor I -- S x X Q X. x X mx f X Bottom row: R. Wilkinson, T. Goodmanson and B. Taylor. Row 2: L. Schmidt, B. Howard and T. Canterbury. Row 3: K. -Kitashima, C. Herndon, T. Nollenberger and S. Collins Row 4: S. Dardanis. D. Stewart, D. Castle. S. Hearrell, K. Downey, A. Parker and K. Metz Castle Goes To State Meet Sophomore Dawn Castle repre- sented the gymnastics squad at the state meet in the balance beam competition. The girls finished with an 8-3 re- cord with victories over High- land. Arvada West, Lakewood. Jefferson, Pomona, Evergreen. Golden. and Columbine. At Dis- , - tricts, the team finished fifth. Captains B. Howard. C. Herndon, S. Collins and T.Canterbury Opponents if g X Y l35..76 Highland 95.25 145.90 Wheatridge 153.75 - 'i"f"'t'i-QQ, "ftti mimmwmtwi' l4l,lO Bear Creek I5I.7O g y 5 g ' J""""""""'W""""i""h I4-1.65 , Arvada West I38.8 A 'L ,, W 5 - 5 -- 5 Alameda l27.95 WWW " A- ,Ng..y. l39.7O Green Mountain l4I.65 3 f 5. 5 l39.25 Lakewood II7 t, A ,, wsu X g . A Jefferson 62.55 - . " 5 Pomona l49.45 W Y - A U l5O.lO 4 Evergreen l4O gif Nj? g . i4s.oo Golden i44,7i M :Ui .. MW AA,, L y y l54.70 Columbine l5I.45 213 ...SL . . -5. y. .K .. K . NL.. .K KKKKKKKH L. -gg. 5, .-ygsw K. K. . K . ' LL KK KK .L -.rw-Q1 L . if . K,K . ww . 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KK K - . .ig ., Q .. . ,. .. , . ...WN -., -L N L . L, QLL Q51 --3... .. .5 L -- L -L Lf 4. E K K 'YL Kg .ISL KK .. K LL J LLL4. . KK K L , L .K KK . L L'LK Ll- 5 ,K KKL.KKK K K -WK -fl LL K KK ...A K.--.V .L KK K, K -, L L L K - L KK K my KKKK KK L K . K KKK .. .L L L L ,nf L. KK Am. xg- QL NL . . 5. -1-K . - -X . l . Bottom row. L. Davis and T. Mitcell Row 2. P. Salter, K. Kelly, D. LoBato. D. Rosier. S. Hughes, D. Alberto and D. Rehfeld Row 3. M. Knipps, S. McClure. D. Barr, R. Snyder. M. Tuers, J. Schluter and R. Cantwell , 5 A , 3a T S 215 Kickers Have Even Season .The soccer team. led by co-cap- tains Lee Davis. Tony Mitchell and Randy Snyder. took the team to a 7-7 record. Varsity squad included seniors Lee Davis, Sean Hearrell, Tony Mitchell, Phil Salt- er, Jay Schluter, Randy Snyder and Kurt Smith. Juniors. Doug Barr, Rob Cantwell and Mike Tuers. and sophomores Scott Hughes. Kevin Kelly. Mike Knipps. Dennis LoBoto, Sean McClure. Rick Morger. Dave Rehfeld and Don Rosier completed the squad. The kickers were coached by Jerry Coco and his assistant Mr. Herman Lewitz. . . . . 7.7 I Wx ...fy , . A k Q, . 1 lx .1 ' L6 4 , 2 W Q Q ia 3 Il Y mlm. 5 U 3 ,-Q 5 M 5 Q W 55 Af f Z 5? , ff ,, M or- ,,,.r""um ,R L J ' ww. 1 , ,ff ,wgf , 1 I-1 5 if 1' 2 , 'X in .9 . , 9 , Y . Az ,,N, I MZ K I 5 X 'L vn.,V,,MgJ:,A,: ' ,V H I 4 w 1 ,AQW , M1-vm ':.A4.., '-2 ' ., , I 'fn 'wa-T ' --... If ? 1 K., f 3.41 7? +2-4 ffm? if I H Bottom row. D. Razee, J. Dardanis. G. DiLorenzo. D. Abromeit. J. Chapman. C. Gallegos, T. Williams. Row 2: Coach Llrbach. T. Townsend, S. Ready, S. Strapp, S. Wilkerson. E. Meltvedt. C. Chappell, B. Mazanec, R. Barta. Row 3: M. Bowman, W. Stumpp. S. Perrizo, C. Tone. R. Goodbeau. D. Hishinuma, D. Rehfield. Not pictured: P. Stumpp. K. Smith. J. Reeves. S. Shields. J. Easton. J Easton, and N. Pomeroy. N. Pomeroy Places In State The boys' swim team earned third in both league and district competitions. Captains Derrick Abromeit and Jeff Chapman went to state, as well as juniors Nick Pomeroy and John Reeves. Pomeroy placed third in the 200m freestyle and fifth in the Iwn freestyle, finishing with the highest rank in the county. The team was coached by Mr. Jerry Urbach. The girls' team earned seventh place in league. Senior Janee Chapman represented the team in the lOOm and 500m freestyle at the state meet. The team co-cap' tains were Ann Marie Casey and . Janee Chapman. Ms. Caty Schmeckpeper served as girls' coach. w , Bottom Row: R. Passerelli, A. Hart, L. Buhr. M. Ford. Row 2. L. Vetting, L. Shimpa. C. Gray. D. Lossasso. Row 3. K. Hanson. J. Chapman. A. Casey, M. Graham. 217 N D. Abromeit J. Chapman L. Buhr M. Casey G. Dilorenzo C. Gallegos J. Chapman M. Ford P. Stumpp J. Rosengarter Seniors HW we-vii :gf Wi 41 aw .4 2411 ,W 1-12146555 gg,, i fin V . I V , ' ' 7 ff ' f wk ' f Q, . , . A a,1ufMq2A, Q 'fi gfifgfz f ! -f 4- 'f . , Y 44' L 3 . ,A yy . , I krkr V-15,5 3+ V , 1 710 Tenni 4 ,fm agar:-'I-f:1f12 A, if, . ,Q 4257: if' 5935 f ' Q 'T 4, W 1. 1 Hu.: 1 Q J 'i 4-4 f Bottom row: S. Conway, B. Chandler, J. Swenson. J. Egan, and S. Harrower Row 2: R. Stumbaugh, J. Leisenring, D. Kirvin. D Abromeit, D. Kampman and M. Aerni Team Captain D. Abromeit J. Leisenring J. Swenson J. Egan Coach T. DuCros A. Perea I A D. Kirvin Wm . ,S A ,NW , 535 R. Stumbaugh Netters have building year The tennis team ended its season with a record of O-ll. While the record was not outstanding, the team played with enthusiasm and a great deal of effort. Coach Tony DuCros, in his second year as the boys' tennis coach, said. "This was a building year for the team. Some of the teams prob- lems were caused by the small number of team members," he added. The team's number one singles was John Swenson, also the captain of the team. The team consisted of seniors Der- rick Abromeit, Jim Egan, Dave Kirvin. Jim Leisenring, Aaron Perea, Rick Stumbaugh and John Swenson. The juniors were Mike Aerni, Steve Harrower, and Dave Kampman. Sophomores included Sean Conway, Milt Cancanon and Bill Chandler. hw - ui, . .- f f may' fwmsxexvag l Richardson, T. Lounsbury. 3 . O 3 Bottom row: K. DeWitt, K. Ricker Row 2. G. McCIeIand. J. Florida. J. Black. J. Black. L. Ford Row 3. S. Noll, M. Lingle, K. Farrell, D. Gomez, C. Donnelly. M. Vest. S. Kern. 223 Bottom row: C. Oletski. B. Moscoso. C. Watson, M. Arko Row 2: P. Blalack, L. Bueghly. D. Rinderknecht. J. Fisher Row 3: S. Magda. J. H. Hallbach. K. Bronk, S. Spikers Have Great Season The volleyball team played with excitement and talent. Coming out of their season with a 23-3 record. The squad was coached by Larry Kniudson. and his assis- tant Dale Robeson. Managing for the varsity squad was Christy Oletski. 3 uv 'Eff 'Y ,s r as ,S S www effw-aww,-Aww MW WWMN ,gy 3 N sy vs we 'Gig ,K WMWM P W5 51593363 15 as ww Q Www xl mm nw wx xv. Q a '-ii Www 'Q VFW fm aw 10--Q NHL . , Q A 2 iligr -- 1 ,, ,. V . ,nal-,154 ,ww-f.5g,. - W,.W , 4 Wm V Lyy, ,--,- f -.'.- , Iwl -.-, MW '-T" :sw-,fm . ,, ,, ' W"--- , w F K . 7 . - Vwziwffi K 2 - ' AKLV I A 'T , . Q. Q - - ?!' K f if H' HH' ' ia. -- ' L. J- 61110 -X L- fm S159 s e S we K 11' t..m'f:s. is N X is ":E::s.i: ' "" I' is s ,M Clubs allowed students to dis- 2 cover new interests and to de- velop them. There were many g organizations in which to par- i ticipate, from drama and musical groups to academic f clubs. All of the clubs were sponsored by faculty mem- bers who had a strong interest in helping to organize and run the organizations. and occupational clubs, from community-related to spirit E ..,.. wwf 's.X Wm .4 mi' r ,Q , , , Wm MH. ' 'Y . W Q' 57 A J' i A : ,,,,,L,,, ,, al A V X if Mwamf .. 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Row 4: J. Sadar C. Armstrong C. Bridges C. Barton C. Mader Row 5 Mrs H Duncan Mr H Kuczwara A Korney B. Rink P. Stump R. Snyder 2 lan. C ub Members Raise Money German Club members partici- pated in many fund-raising, sporting, and social events such as having a bake sale and selling advent calendars. The group also had an initiation dinner at Gasth- aus Ridgeview and sang Christ- mas carols at a nursing home. ir , Cfficersz President C. Mader. Sponsor Mrs. H. Duncan, Secretary-Treasurer B The requirement for lommg the Lai, Row 2. Vice President P. Stump, Vice President R. Elder club was to have an interest in the language and culture. 270 W L5 .O .E LJ licy y A E 5 hh Vlt, 'i ff 7 . t s M K ,, gl ,IQ My 0 t lil .Q s. if .., . C I U5 , L- , Q I .r.. i W W QD gy WC .D ' ' f . 3 . 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The club's one require- ment for participation was an in- terest in Spanish culture. t llll t Sponsors. Ms. Cheryl Preston and Mrs. Dorothy Reyes Tfwm . 0 i ls: ii Bottom row. S. Thompson. V. Farinella and C. Case. Row 2. M. Trujillo, L. Parker. L. Baker. K. Duran, M. Passarella, K. Mote and T. Sullivan. Row 3: V. Schockley, B. Bluethmann, M. Cribbs, S. Bechtle. R. Farinella and B. Roberts. Row 4. G. Rhodes, J. Updegraff. M. Bendele, M. Van Cleaver, and M. Hill. Km ,7 Q' M . as ..- 273 l , U3 1 DLI I1 Sq l5 UU i UE SI 'U m 3 V3 'U Q3 3 V5 3' Q :: cr CII 'U m 3 U3 3' Q : cs' fl? 'U DJ E. U3 3' Q : cs' an 'U m 3 U5 3' 0 :: cs' QD 'U m 55 V6 3' 0 r: cs' an 'U 5-.pf 'md 5 i, , . A ' 5 K E? , 5 W' 4, v, N4 mx 1... , Q -- 7 S. 'Y 'Y' m . 1- v C - , ,X " 4 ' HN' ,, sf ,.. K Q ' .,,, -Q ig H X ' ir, m .. 1 ff x K F ia. K 3 51:42 kk Q Akkk :Lf ii ""'--W-Mm-..q-.-.t K .h.:-p-.,,,, hxwx W? ,Ji ' px w 1. miiag if, S X-sm S ,I I Q I flip - 277 EEEISFH , A 'w7,wQf , , , 'iafi gf 'Q r .nf , M129 g . def 624723531 Y fr K5 if 'is ? 5 .Qi 2 42 4 Y t , , Yiwu 1':4:f,,,f I 1 - 1 f , .1 L. 4? 1. 1 ,jr Q3 ,, 9 U 4- M ,,,r gnu-uusqngu ,.a..--1 as A , Q I ,L nf.: """L..Ih, I, Dx 4? ffffw 4, Q. Sf- N'-32' ala, -ar. IQ" N K Iv -r Md., Y E P . E A fx' F S F Ng.,-ff' wx 25 .ff-.n N 10 Ei fa Q :-k Sv QNSF 1 S91- f ns Y NR : ' in Senior Activities o I. Outdoor lab 3. Football l. MARK CADE: Baseball I.2.3. Basket- ball l.2.3. Golf l,3. DAN CALKINS: HERO 3. WOTC 2, TINA CANTERBURY: Gymnastics l.2.3 ICaptain 2.35. Track l. FBLA 3. Student Gym Teacher 3, THERESA CARNER: Arrow Stall 3. Concert Choir l.2, FBLA 2.3 FBLA Dis- trict 2 Secretary 3, French Club 3. KIM CARPENTER: Outdoor Lab 2. PAM CASE: Color Guard 3. French Club 2,3, Outdoor Lab 2.3, Yearbook ANN MARIE CASEY: Basketball I. Swimming 2.31Captain 35. DEAN CAVALIER: German Club l.3. WENDY CHAMBERLAIN: Sophomore Band I.2. Junior Band 2. Wind Ensem- ble 3. Spanish Club 2, N.H.S, 2.3. JANEE CHAPMAN: Swimming l.2,3, FBLA 3, Yearbook 3. JEFF CHAPMAN: Cross Country I. Track I. Swimming l,2,3. KELLY CHARRON: Banner Girl 2, Yearbook 3. EUN JOUNG CHOE: Chorale I.2.3, Concert Choir I. Choraliers 2. Moder- naires 3. International Club Treasurer 2.3. DAVID CLARK: Track I.2. JENNIE CLARK: French Club 2, Con- cert Choir 3, GLENDA COFFMAN: Marching Band I, Orchestra I.2. Sophomore Band I, JIM COLDEN: Football I.2. Wrestling l,2.3. Jr. Escort 2. KATHY COLGAN: Latin Club I,2 HOSA KWOTC5 3, KAREN CONNOR: Concert Choir I. Pin Pal 2,3, Yearbook 3. JEFFREY COOK: Football I. Track l.2,3. Arrow Staff 3, Outdoor Lab 2.3. Peer Counseling 2.3. BILL COOKE: Baseball I, Football 2. Tennis I. Outdoor Lab 2,3. JANICE CORDONE: Flag Team 2,3, DECA 2.3, Secretary. Marching Band l.2,3. Jr.: Sr. Band I.2.3. Concert Choir I.2. SHARI COVARRUBIAS: Cheerleader 3. MERRILYNN CRIBBS: Festival Choir I.3, FBLA 3. Key Club 3. German Club 2.3. Forensics 3. BRANDON CULTER: Wrestling I.2.3. Football 2. Outdoor Lab 2.3. Arrow Stall 3. RICHARD CUTLER: German Club I. Marching Band I.2, Soph, Band I. Symphonic Band 2. JEFF DANIELS: Jazz Band 2.3. Jr. Sr. Band 2. Sophomore Band I. Wind En- semble 3. LEO DAVIS: Soccer l.2.3 tCaptain 35, Wrestling I.2. N.H.S. 2.3. Choraliers 2.3. Chorale 2.3. PHIL B. DAVIS: Jazz Band I.2. N.H.S. 2.3, Spanish Club I. Math Club 2. Boy's State 3, JOE DECAMILLIS: Football l,2.3 lCap- tain 35. Wrestling I.2.3 1Captain 35. KRISTI DELVA- Tennis l.2,3. Student Council I. DAL DEWOLF: Arrow Stafl 2.3, lEdi- tor 35. N.H.S. 2.3. JANA DICKERSON: Chorale 2.3. Choraliers 2. Concert Choir I, Or chestra I.2.3. GREG DILORENZO: Basketball l. Foot- ball I. Swimming 2.3. Student Council 3. SUE DINGES- Gymnastics I. Outdoor Lab 2. Pin Pal 3, Student Council 2.3 tVice Pres, 35, SHAWNETTE DODGE: FHA 2. Span- ish Club 2. Yearbook 3, Outdoor Lab 3, TAMI DONALDSON: Volleyball I.2. Basketball 2. Flag Team 3. Marching Band I.2.3. FBLA 3, TIM DONELSON: Cross Country I.2. CHERYL DONNELLY: Concert Choir I.2. N.H.S. 2.3. DEBBIE DRIVER: Cross Country I.2. Track I. KEN DURAN: DECA 2. Marching Band I. LESLIE DURANT: Cross Country l.2.3, Basketball I,2.3 Track I.2.3. JIM EGAN: Tennis 3. JON EHNERT: Chorale 2.3. Choraliers 2. Modernaires 3. Thespians 2.3. Forensics I, Outdoor Lab 2. TIM HAWKRIDGE: Football I.2.3. Track I. TODD HEANY: Football 3. Baseball 3. SEAN HEARRELL: Soccer 2.3. Track I.2.3. Wrestling l.2, Wind Ensemble I.2.3. A-Club 2.3. MELANIE HEATH: Festival Chorus l, Tribe 2.3. JOYCE HEGGE: FBLA 2.3. Outdoor Lab 3. Student Teacher 3. WOTC 2.3. WAYNE HELSTROM: Yearbook 3, Student Teacher 3. JEFF HENDERSON: Football I. ROB HENDRIX: Choraliers 3, Chorale 3. KAREN HICKS: Cross Country I.2.3. Concert Choir I.2. Track I.2.3. Span- ish Club 3. MEG HILL: International Club 2.3. QVice Pres. 2. Pres. 35. Masonic Award 2. TESOL Tutor I.2.3. Peer Couns. 3. KRISTI HOLCOMB: Tennis I. TROY HOLMES: Festival Chorus I.2. Concert Choir 3, Ham Radio Club Pres. 3. KAREN HORAN: Basketball I.2.3. Soc- cer 2.3. Volleyball l,3, Junior Escort 2, German Club 3. REBECCA HOWARD: Gymnastics I.2.3 tCaptain 35. Track l. Pom Pon 2,3 tHead 35, KEVIN HYLAND: Soccer l.2,3. UV Captain 2.35. Latin Club I. Math Club 2. GiItedfTaIented 3. JOANNE INGRAHAM: Jr.,!Sr. Band 2. Sophomore Band I. Wind Ensemble 3, Sophomore Stage Band I, Marching Band I.2.3. CARRIE JANTZ: Basketball I. Track 2,3. GEORGE JENNINGS: Chorale 3. Golf I, TERESA JEWBY: French Club l,3. Ban- ner Girl 3. Festival Chorus I.2. KATHRYN JOHNSON: Spanish Club I.2fPres, 25. Wind Ensemble l.2,3, Marching Band I.2.3. ROB JOHNSON: Cross Country I.2.3. Swimming I.2. Track I.2.3. Arrow Stall 2.3. Marching Band I. SANDY JOHNSON: FHA I. Spanish Club I, BRAD JOSEPH: Student Council 3 lSec.5. Junior Escort 2. BOB JOYCE: Student Council 3. Foot- ball 2,3, Track 2,3, Basketball I.2.3. SANDY JOYCE: Tennis I. Festival Chorus I.2. DECA 3. Latin Club I. Out- door Lab 2.3. BRAD JUNTUNEN: Golf 2, Russian Club l.2.3 lVice-Pres.5. JILL KELLY: Spanish Club I, Key Club 3, Math Club 3, Science Club 3, COLLENE KHAN: FHA 2. International Club 3. Outdoor Lab 3. Yearbook 3, Tesol 2,3. DAVE KIRVIN: Tennis I.2.3. Basketball I.2.3. Arrow Stall 2.3. Student Coun- cil 3. DARRYL KITCHENS: Marching Band I.2.3. Wind Ensemble 3. Jr, Band 2. PAUL KLENE: Football I.2.3. Track I.2.3. Arrow Staff 2. DAVID KOEPPEN: Football I.2. Track I. Wrestling 2.3, MARK KOMINEK- N.H,S, 2.3. Jazz Band I.2.3. Marching Band I.2.3. Wind Ensemble 2.3. Sophomore Band I, DON KONRAD: Concert Choir I.2. BOB KORNOCK: Concert Choir I.2. ANNETTE KOTSAY: DECA 2.3. FHA I, Spanish Club I. LYNETTE KOTSAY: DECA 2,3, FHA I. Spanish Club 1.1. SHELLY KRAUS: Pom Pon 2,3, Gym- nastics I. Track I.3, Swimming 2. SCOTT KRUEGER: Russian Club l.2.3 1Sec.fTreas. 35, TYLER LABENZ: Swimming 2. Con- cert Choir l.2, Latin Club l,2. Jr. Es- cort 2. JOHN LADBIJRY: N.H.S. 2.3 lTreasur- er 35. Chorale 2,3. Thespians 2.3. Mo- dernairs 3. Math Club 2.3. GINA LAGERHEIM. Chantelles l.2.3 1Pres. 2.35, Concert Choir I. Foren: sics 2. French Club 3. Girl's State lSenator5 Club I.2. BETHANNE LAI: Festival Chorus I. Forensics 2.3. German Club I,2,3 iTreasurer 35. N,H.S. 2,3. MIKE LAMBERTSON: Football I. DECA I.2.3. Dixieland Band 2.3. Sophomore Band I. BARB MOSCOSCO- Volleyball I.2.3. Tennis I.2.3. Student Col-nctl I. Con cert Choir I. Arrow Stall 3. STUART MOULTON: Soccer I. Dixie- land Band 2. Jazz Band I.2.3. Wind Ensemble 2. Marching Band I.2. JERRY MURRAY: Choraliers 2.3. Soc- cer I.2.3. Red Beret lMaIe Cheer Ieader3 3. Track 3. CAROLYN MYERS- Concert Choir I.2. Forensics I. SASHA NASSERI: French Club I TAMARA NAVARRETTE. DECA 2. Flag Team I.2.3. Marching Band I.2.3. Band I.2.3. ROBERT NE METH: Goll I.2.3. Con- cert Choir 2.3. N.H.S. 2.3. Festival Chorus I. MARY NEMMERS: Flag Team I.2.3. French Club l.2.34Co-Pres. 33. March- ing Band I.2,3. Concert Band I.2.3, LISSAH NEWTON. Swimming I.2. Thespians 3. Outdoor Lab 2. PENNY Nl CHOLS: Track I. DECA 2.3, Chantelles I. Festival Chorus 2. KRISTY NOLL: Tennis I.2.3. German Club I. DECA 3. Yearbook 3. lSectton leader3. KIM NORBERG: Swimming I. Track 3. Outdoor Lab 3, DAVID NOVAK. Jazz Band 3. Jr.,.'Sr. Band 2. Marching Band I. RUSS OBERT. Chorale lTres.3 3. Choraliers 3. N.H.S, Vice Pres. 3. Math Club 2. Math Tutor 3, CARRIE OLETSKI: Track I.2.3. Volle yball I.2.3 tCaptain 33. Basketball I.2.3. Student Council 2. Junior Escort 2. ERIC OLIN. Orchestra 3. TROY OLSEN: Football 2. Baseball I. PAM OLSON: Track I.2. N.H.S. 2.3. DANA OSBORN: Cheerleader I.2. LANE PALMER: Soccer I. French Club 3, lTreasurer3. Choraliers 3. Chorale 3. Red Beret lMale Cheerleaderl 3, LORRIE PARR: HERO 3. CYNTHIA PEDERSEN: Forensics 3. French Club I. Latin Club I, Math Club 2. Science Club 2, AARON PEREA1 Tennis l,3. HERO 3. CHRIS PESTOTNIK: Forensics I.2.3 fTreasurer I3. Computer Club I, Math Club I.2. Tribe l. CHERYL PHILLIPS: Student Council I. FBLA l. WAYNE PHILLIPS. German Club I.2. MARY PIBURN: Concert Choir I. Cho- rale 2.3. Choraliers 2. Modernatres 3. Thespians 3. AMANDA PICKELSIMER- Trlbe I Ar- row Staff 2.3. Track 3. Outdoor Lab 3. Latin Club I. STEVE PLANT: HERO 3. Outdoor Lab 3, National Scholastic Art Show 2. Football Manager 3. LORI PLUTA. Cheerleader 2. GINA POLNIAK' DECA 2.3. lTreasur- er 33. N.H.S 2.3. Outdoor Lab 2.3, TIMI POOLE- DECA 2.3. Yearbook 3. JEFF PORTER. Wrestltng 2.3. Arrow Stall 2. Ham Radio 2.3. Spanish Club l,3. KEN PORTER. Cross Country I.2. Track I.2. JILL PRATHER: Festival Chorus I.2.3. HERO 3. CATHY PRINCE: Marching Band I.2.3. Wind Ensemble 3. Jr. 'Sr. Band 2. Sophomore Band I. LYNN PUGH: Forensics I. Soph. 'Jr Band I.2. Marching Band I.2. Latin Club 3. Yearbook 3. JENNIFER QUINN. Marching Band I.2.3. Outdoor Lab 2. Student Council 3. Wind Ensemble 3. FHA I. LESLIE RAEL: Chorale 2.3. Choraliers 2. Modernatres 3. Cheerleader I. Pin Pal 2.3. TRACY RANDS- FHA 2, FBLA 3. STEVEN RAY- Basketball I.2. Goll I.2. Arrow Stalf 2.3. French Club 3. SCOTT RECOB. Wrestling I. HERO 3. MIKE REICHARDT: Track I.2.3. Cross Country 2.3. TRACY RICHARD- Golf l.2.lCapt. 33. Baseball I.2.3. Basketball I.2,3. KENNETH RILEY. Marching Band I. Festival Chorus I.2. JEFF ROBERTSON Football I.2.3. Wrestling 2. DECA 2.3. Band 3. Marching Band 3. Drum Ma ior 3. Concert Band 3, LEROY STANDISH: Arrow Stall 3. GREG STANLEY. Mascot Mr. Redsktn 3. Tribe 3. Yearbook 3, GARY STRAND- Festival Chorus I.2. Latin Club 2.3. N.H.S. 2.3. Math Club I, RICK STUMBAUGH. Wrestling I. Baseball 2. Tennts 3. PETER STUMPP: Swimming I.2.3 fCapt3. German Club I.2.3. Marching Band I.2,3. Band I.2.3. PAT SULLIVAN: Wrestling I. CHRIS SWEENEY. Thespians I.2. JOHN SWENSON: Tennis I.2.3. Cho- rale 2.3. MALYKHA TANGKHPANYA- Student Teacher I. International Club 2. BRENDA TAYLOR: Cheerleader 2.3. Gymnastics I.2.3. Soccer 2. Key Club I.2. Concert Choir I. KEITH TELLUS: Wrestling 2. Hero I. Outdoor Lab 3. LISA TENNIGKEIT: Concert Choir I.2. Chantelles I. FBLA I. CONNIE THOMSON. Basketball 3. JEFF TIMMONS: French Club I. Math Club 2, Yearbook 3. Outdoor Lab 3. ANGELA TORREZ- Modernatres 2. 4Vtce Pres. 33. Band I.3. Thesptans 2.3. Dixieland Band 3. Orchestra 3. JUDY TREVER1 Cheerleader 2. lHead 33. Basketball l. Choraliers 3. Chorale RENEE TROUSIL: N.H.S. 2.3. Latin Club I. lVice Pres. 23. Key Club 3. Tennis l,3. Outdoor Lab 3. MIKE TRUJILLO: FHA 3. HERO 3. TAWNA URENDA. Track 2. Outdoor Lab 2. LANCE URIE: Football I.2.3. RALPH URSINI- DECA 2. GARY VANBUREN: Spanish Club I. 1Treasurer 23. CHARLES VAUGHN: Wrestling 3. Track 3. MARK VIGIL: Football l, Band I.2. Marching Band I.2. Wrestling I. HOLLY WADLEIGH- FHA l. HERO 2. TAMMY WAGNER- Band I.2.3. Marching Band I.2,3. Student Teach- er 3. RHONDA WALKER- HERO I. Year- book 3 4Sectton Leader3. FBLA 3. CAROL WALLIN: Wind Ensemble 3. Band I.2. Marching Band I.2.3. Or- chestra l. DEBBIE WAMBOLD, DECA 2.3. CHERYL WANG. Arrow Stall 2.3. CYNDY WATSON- Basketball I.2.3. Soccer I.3. Track 2. Volleyball I.2.3. DECA 2.3. PAM WAUGH. Spanish Club I. HEIDI WEBB Chantelles 2. Chorale 3. Choraliers 3. Outdoor Lab 2. Spanish Club I.2. ROD WELLS: Concert Choir I. Out- door Lab 3. RICHARD WHITAKER. Football I. Baseball 2. TERESA WHITEMAN- FHA 2. Student Teaching 2. TESOL 3. KIM WIETHARN: Tennis I.2.3. FBLA I. Pin Pals 2. Marching Band I. Soph Band l. JACOUELINE WISECUP: Gertnan Club 2.3. HERO 3. CARA WOLD: Concert Choir I, TROY WOLF: Football I.2,3. Basket- ball l,2.3. lCaptatn 33. CINDY WOLFE. Soccer I. DECA 2.3. CATHIE WOMPEY- Volleyball Man- ager I. Latin Club I.2. lPres. 23. Stu dent Council lSec.3 I.2. N.H.S. 2.3, RICK WOOD: Baseball I.2.3. CAROL YOUNG: Volleyball I.2. Bas- ketball I. FBLA I. Student Council I. Elks Teen of the Month l. TERRY YOWELL Basketball I.2.3. BOB ZAKRZEWSKI- German Club I. Outdoor Lab 3. Yearbook 3. SARAH ZESSIN- Festival Chorus 3. SUZANNE ZOOK- Chantelles 3. Soph. Cheerleader I, Student Gov't.. Out door lab 2. Concert Choir 2. A Word From The Co-Editors Discoveries was the theme of our yearbook, and as editors we have discovered how to work and help each other to meet deadlines. Through this year there have been changes like the new girls' locker room, Ms. Katherine Beisler's replacing Ms. Nolene Regnier for second semester. and the retirement of Mr. Albert Pankratz after 25 years of teach- ing at Arvada High. We would like to thank Mr. Dick Lightner and the photography class for providing the pictures, and thank you to our staff and Section Leaders. And a very spe- cial thank you to Ms. Georgelynn Schmidler for all her help. pa- tience, and guidance. And finally as we finish the last page of the I983 yearbook, we would like to leave you with this: The year- book is put together for every- one to share, to laugh with, and to cry over. We chose "Discov- eries" as our theme, both for those who will return as well as those who will discover new places and people. Good Luck to All! msdmm iw J' Index Ables. J. Fac. p. I73 Abrahamson. A. p. I4, I7, l8, 226 Abromeit. D. p. l8, 22l. 254. 257 Adams. S. p. 87 Adams. T. p. 87. 258 Addison. J. Couns. p. I73 Aerni. M. p. 87. 22l, 254. 257 Ahrens, W. p. I35, I93 Ainslie. L. p. 87 Akers, Jason p. I35 Akers, Jody p. 253 Alberto. D. p. 2l5 Aldrich. G. p. 87 Aldrich. J. p. II8 Aldridge. T. p. sv, 276 Allen, J. p. 87 Allen. M. p. I35 Allen. S. p. 8. 228 Allman. K. p. I35 Alman. M. Cook p. I88 Almasy. M. p. l35 Amato, P. p. I35. 2lI Ament, S. p. I8 Ammouri. l. p. 68 Andersen. N. p. 87 Anderson. A. p. l35 Anderson. Bradley p. 87. 209 Anderson, Brenda p. 87 Anderson. G. p. 68 Anderson, H. p. l35 Anderson, K. p. I8. 205 Anderson. Mark. p. I35 Anderson, Michael p. I35, I93 Anderson, Myles p. I8 Anderson. N. p. 258. 266 Angel, T. p. 2. 88, 267 Anselmo. L. p. I8, 254, 256 Aragon. S. p. I70, l7I Arbuckle. A. p. I8.258 Arko, C. p. I35, 244 Arko, F. p. I8 Arko, M. p. 88. 223 Armentrout. M. p. I35. 260 Armstrong, A. p. I35 Armstrong, C. p. I35. 270 Armstrong. R. p. 88 Asher, R. p. I35. I93 Atkins. L. p. ss. 244. 246 Atkinson. S. p. 88. 230. 258 Atteberry. S. Fac. I75, 272 Atz. L. Atz, R. p. I8 p. l35. I93 Ault. C. p. 88. 244 Aultman, T. p. 68 Austerlitz, K. p. l35 Austin. Austin. L. p. 88. 276 T. p. I35 Azuero. J. p. I8. 254. 256 Baca. M. p. I35 Bacher. B. p. 88 Bachicha, G p. I9, 280 Bagby, G. p. 88. 268 Bagwell, T. p. 88. 258 Bainter, C. p. I9 Bakel. A. Sec. p. I34 Baker. D. p. 88 L . p. 88. 229, 273 Baker. Baksa. D. p. II8 Baksa, K. p. II8 Balle, J. p. 68 Banchongchith. B. p. 88 Banchongchith, L. p. I9 Banks. K. p. l9. 278 Bannon ,S. p. 68 Barajas. L. p. 88 Barajas. S. p. I35 Barber, L. p. I35 Barber, S. p. 267 Barela. C. p. l35 Barker. R. p. 88. 274 Barker. T. p. I35 Barnard. H. p. I35. 244 Barnes. M. p. 88 Barnett. C. p. 89 Baron, D. p. I9 Barr, D. p. 89. 2l5 Barraza, F. p. II8 Barrett, D. p. l35 Barrett. R. p. l35 Barta, K. p. 89 Barta, R. p. I35 Bartelt. S. p. l35 Barth. W. p. I9, 254. 257 Bartleson. J. p. I35, 244 Barton. C. p. 89, 240. 244, 259 Barton. D. p. l35 Basavanthong, S. p. II8 Bashlord, C. p. I36, 226, 260, 263 Bashford, J. p. 89, 258 Baskall, R. p. II8 Bassett, R. Fac. p. I75 Bass. D. p. 89 Battaglino, C. p. I9 Baumgard, E. p. 89 Beall, A. p. I70 Beach. B. p. I7O Beard. A. p. I9 Beard. S. p. 89 Beard. W. p. I36 Beaver. B. Fac. p. I75 Becerra. D. p. I36. I93 Bechard. J. p. I36 Bechtle. M. p. I9. 273 Becker. Randy p. 244 Becker. Robert p. I36. 250 Beeler, S. p. 89, 209 Belcher. B. Fac. p. I75 Bell. S. p. I9 Belland. M. p. 19. 262 Bellefeuille, G. p. I36 Belt. S. p. I36. 260 Benallo. G. p. 267 Benallo. M. p. I36. I93 Bendele. M. p. I36, 273 Bendele, R. p. I9 Bender. D. p. 20, 280 Bender. R. p. 89, 272 Bender. T. p. 20 Bennett. C. p. 89 Berbert. R. p. 20 Berdahl. T. p. 20. 2II Berg. R. p. 20. 275 Bernard, M. Fac. p. I75. I8I Berres, C. p. 20 Berres, J. p. 89 Berry. J. p. 89 Berryman. S. p. 20 Best. L. p. 89. 258, 274 Bethel. G. Prin. p. I72 Betts, V. p. I36 Bexley, L. p. 89 Bibs. N. p. use Bidwell. D. p. I36 Biegel. D. p. I36 Billington, D. p. 75, 86. 89, 2II Bird. L. p. 90, 229. 259, 270 Bishop, C. p. I36. 260 Bishop. D. p. I36. I92, 274 Bivens, B. p. I36. 226, 259 Black. Janette p. I36, I97. 223, 259 Black. Jim p. 274, 275 Black, Julie p. I36. I97. 223, 259 Blackburn. B. p. 20 Blackburn. G. p. II7, I36 Blakeslee, J. p. 90. 244, 245 Blalack, B. p. 20, 257 Blalack. P. p. 90, 223 Blan. L. p. 90 Blank. B. p. I36, 226 Blankenship. A. Fac. p. I75. 228 Blatter, B. p. 20 Blatter. J. p. I36 Blatter. L. p. I7, 20. 74, 226. 227, 259 Bloom, D. p. 98, 20l. 2lI Bloom, J. p. 90, 268 Blosser, M. p. I36, 244. 259 Bluethmann, W. p. I37, 273 Bahia... M. p. I37 Boeck. W. p. 20, I92 Boette. M. p. I37, 206. 209 Bokros. S. p. I37 Boles. D. p. 2l Bomareto. S. p. 2I. 280 Bonham, C. p. I37 Booton, S. p. I37 Borrego, S. p. I37 Bosick, A. Cook p. I88 Bott. D. p. 2l Bowles. G. p. I37 Bowman. B. p. I37 Bowman. Jill p. I37. 260 Bowman. Julie p. I88 Bowman. M. p. I37 Bowman. S. p. 90. I92 Boyer. L. p. I37 Boyer. N. p. 90 Boyle. H. p. I37, 244 Boyles, Maureen p. 2l Boyles. Michael p. I37, 244 Bradeen. M. p. 90, 260 Bradford, G. p. 2l. I92. 205 Bradley. C. L.A. p. I34 Bradley, D. p. 269 Bradshaw. B. p. I37 Bradshaw, C. p. I37 Braly, S. p. 2I Brantingham. L. p. 90, 259 Brantingham. T. p. 2l, 254. 257 Bratten. J. Fac. p. I75, I93. 26l Brewer, B. p. I37, 259 Brewster. G. p. 244 Brewster. M. p. I37, 244, 245 Bridges. C. p. 90. 270 Briggs, T. p. 90 Bril. B. p. 90 Briscoe, A. p. 2l. 244 Bristol, S. p. 2l, I92 Brockett, V. p. 2I Brockway. J. p. 90 Bronk, K. p. 90. I97. 223, 254, 257 Bronnenberg J. p. 2I, 244, 246. 247 Bronnenberg. T. p. I37, 260 Brown, Amy. p. I37 Brown. Andrea p. I37. 244 Brown, C. p. 22. 250. 276 Brown. J. Fac. p. I75 Brown. L. p. I37, 232 Brown. M. p. 22, 228, 243, 244. 25l, 264 Brown, R. p. 90 Brown. Tim CIOJ p. 76, 254 Brown. Timothy fllj p. I38 Browne. L. p. I38, 269 Browne, P. p. 90, 254. 257 Browne. T. p. 22. 254. 257. 262 Bruce, R. p. 9I. I92 Brummette, E. p. I38 Brungardt, G. p. I38 Bruno. R. p. 9l Bryant. L. p. 2. 22, 266. 269 Buchtel. D. p. 9I. I98, 254. 257 Buderus, B. p. 22 Bueghly, L. p. 75, 9l. II7, 223. 258 Buelter. O. Couns. p. I73 Buhr. E. p. I7, 22, 226. 239, 264 Buis, A. p. 9l Bull. S. Cust. p. I88 Buller. L. p. 23 Bunn. Pat p. I38, 244. 25I Bunn, Paul p. 9I Bunn. W. p. I38, 25l Burch, D. p. 23 Burchi, N. p. 9l Burg. G. p. I38 Burgard. James p. I38 Burgard, Janine p. 23 Burge. R. p. 23, I97. I99 Burgess, C. p. 23, 25l. 254. 257, 262 Burgess, E. p. 23 Burkhart. T. p. I38. 244 Burley, J. p. I38 Burns, S. p. I38 Burns, T. p. 9I Burt, W. p. I38 Burton, S. p. 9I Bush. K. p. 24. 240. I44, 266 Bustos, S. p. 24 Butler, J. p. I38 Buttman. T. p. 9l Butz, R. p. I38 Byers, D. p. 9l Byers, G. p. 9l Cade, M. p. 24, l98. 20l, 2II Cadotte. T. p. I38 Caffey. D. Fac. p. I76 Calderone. J. p. 24 Calkins. D. p. 24. 278 Calkins. W. p. 9I Callahan, B. p. I38, I93. 20 Callahan. M. p. 9l. 237. 254. 257 Calley. D. p. I38 Camp. J. p. I38 Campbell, G. p. 244, 267 Cancanon, W. p. I39. 22I Canterbury. T. p. 24. 2l3, 276 Cantwell. R. p. 9l, 2l5 Canzona. R. p. 9l Capra, J. p. 92, 276 Cardenas. N. p. I39. 237 Carlson, D. p. 206 Carlson, L. p. 92 Carlson. R. p. I39 Carlson, T. p. 92, 209 Carmack, G. p. 92 Carmichael. L. p. 24 Carmosino. L. p. 24 Carner. T. p. 24. 264. 269, 276 Carney, C p. 72. 244. 274 Carney, D. p. l39. 20l. 209 Carpenter, J. p. 92, I92, 274 Carpenter, Kimberly p. 24. 274 Carpenter, Kristina p. 92 Carr. J. p. I92 Carr. P. p. 92 Carson. A. p. 92 Carter. S. Fac. p. 76, I76, 262 Cartwright. N. l39 Caruso, A. p. 92 case. c. p. 139. 273 Case, P. p. 2, 25. 240. 244, 269 Casias. Y. p. l39 Cassidy. S. p. 25 Castaneda. R. p. 25, 264 Castellano, R. p. 92 Castro, J. p. 92 Catanzaro. S. p. 92. 272 Cavalier. D. p. 25 Cerise. L. p. I39 Cerise. S. p. 92 Cerrone. D. p. 92. 25. 244 Cessa. D. p. I39, 260 Chamberlain, W. p. 25. 228 Chandler, E. p. 92 Chandler, W. p. I39, 22I Chapman. Janee p. 25. 266 Chapman, Jeff p. I5. 25 Chappel. J. p. 93 Chappell, C. p. l39. 278 Chappell. Sean p. l39 Chappell. Stephanie p. I39 Charmichael, K. p. I39 Charron, K. p. 2, 25. 267 Chase, L. p. 25. 259. 278. 279 Chathavixay. S. p. I39 Chavez. M. p. l39 Chavez, R. p. I39 Chea, L. p. 68 Chea. T. p. l39 Cheer, G. p. I40 Chhay. V. p. I40 Chhay. V. p. I40 Choe, E. p. 25, 254. 268 Choe, E.S. p. I40, 256. 259. 268 Christensen, A. Fac. p. I76 Christensen, D. p. 93 Christopher, W. p. I40 Churches, C. Fac. p. I76. 205, Ciccone. G. p. 93 Cimorelli. S. p. 26. 278. 279 Clanton. J. p. 93 Clark, A. p. I40 Clark. Christina p. 26 Clark. Cindy p. I40 Clark. D. p. 26 Clark. J. p. 26, 259 Clarke, R. p. 93 Clay, D. p. 93. l9l. I92 Clem. J. p. 93 Clements. L. p. I40 Cleveland. T. p. I40 Cleveland. W. p. 93 Clinard. C. p. I40 Cline. L. p. I40 Clodi, K. p. I40. 258 Clonch. J. p. 93. 260. 274 Cloyes, T. p. 26 Clyncke, N. p. 73 Coco. G. Coach p. 2l5 Coelho, J. p. I40 Coffman. G. p. 26 Cogswell. J. p. I40 Colander, S. p. 93, 226, 254 Colbert. M. Cust. p. I88 Colden, J. p. 26. 205 Cole, M. p. 93 Colgan, K. p. 26 Collett. A. p. 93. 259 Collins, J. p. 278 Collins, S. p. 93. 2l3, 238, 258 Connor, K. p. 27. 239, 267 Connor, J. Fac. p. I76. I8l Connor. R. Fac. p. I76 Conroy, C. p. I40 Conway. G. p. I40. 22l Conway. J. p. I40. 258 Conyers. K. p. 93 Cook, E. p. 93. 276 Cook, J. p. 264 Cook, R. p. 94 Cooke. W. p. 27 Coon. J. p. 27 Cooper, Jeanne p. 94 Cooper, Joanne p. 94 Copeland, T. p. I40 Copper, T. p. 27 Corbus, B. p. 75. 86. 94, I92. 2 270 Cordean, C. p. 94 Cordean, M. p. 27 Cordial. C. p. 94. 254, 257 Cordone. J. p. 27. 244. 246, 275 Corkins, K. p. I40 Corre, J. Fac. p. I76, I93 Corrigan. C. p. 94 Corso. J. Fac. p. I76 Cota, N. p. I40 Coughlin, P. p. I40 Coughlin. T. p. I40 Covarruhias, J. p. I40 239 26. 274. Covarrubias, S. p. 27, 230 Cowan, C. p. I40 Cowell. B. p. 27. 278 Cox. J. p. 94 Coy. James p. 94, 258, 259. 266 Coy. Joey p. I4l Cozzie. R. p. 94, 233. 237. 254. 257 Cramm. S. p. 28 Creel. C. p. 94. 25l Cribbs, M. p. 28, 229, 237. 260. 263, 270, 273, 276 Crimmons, H. Fac. p. I77 Cross, P. p. 94, I92. 2Ol Crosser. E. p. I4I Crow, J. p. l4l Culter, B. p. 28. 205 Culter, C. p. 75, l4l, I93. 206 Cuno. Curne A. p. 94 en, C. p. 28 Curneen. R. p. l4I Curtis. D. Fac. p. I77 Cutler. R. p. 28 Cyrus. D. p. l4I Czerniak, S. p. 94 Daigle, T. p. l4l Dailey, D. p. l4l, 244. 258, 259 Dallarosa. D. p. 95 Dally, G. p. I4l Daniel, L. p. I4l Daniel, S. p. I4I Daniels. D. p. I4l, 280 Daniels. J. p. 28 Danielson. D. p. 95 Danos, C. p. I4l Darby, J. p. l4I Dardanis. J. p. 95 Dardanis. S. p. I4l. 2l3 Davis. G. p. 95. 259 Davis. J. p. 95. 244, 254, 256 Davis. J. Fac. p. I77 Davis. Leo p. 28, 228, 254. 257 Davis, Leslie p. 95. 2l5 Davis, M. p. l4I, I93 Davis, Philip p. 28. 244. 245 Davis . Phillip p. 28 Davis. R. p. 95 Davis son. J. Fac. p. I77, I97 Dawson. T. p. 95 Dean, P. p. l4I Dehski. M. p. 95, 272 DeCamiIlis, A. p. I4. 28, 75. I9l, I92, 205 Deckard, D. p. 95 DeFiore. K. p. l4l DeGidio, M. p. l4l DeGrande, S. p. l4l Deines. I. Fac. p. I77 Deitchman. S. p. 29. 275 Delgado. A. p. l4l Delva. K. p. 29. 276 Denileon. L. p. l4I Deshaw. T. p. I4l DeVoe. D. p. 29 DeWees. I. p. 95. 254, 257, 262 Dewm. K. p. i4l, 223 DeWitt. Marty p. I4I DeWitt. Mary p. 95 DeWitt, S. p. I42, 20 DeWoll. D. p. 29. 228, 264 Deyoe, J. Fac. p. I77 Dickerson, D. p. 95 Dickerson. J. p. 29, 25l Dill, D. p. I42 Dilorenzo, G. p. I7, 29. 226 Dilworth. D. A.P. p. I72 Dinges, S. p. I4, I7, 29, 75, 226. 239 Dingle, R. p. I42 Dingwell, D. p. I42 Dipentino, L. p. I42, 244 Dircks. D. p. I42 Dittman, S. p. 95, 234 Do. K. p. I42 Dobrovolny. S. p. 96 Dodd. N. Fac. p. I34 Dodge. S. p. 25. 266 Dominguez, R. p. 96 Donaldson. T. p. 29. 246 Donelson, T. p. 29, 244 Donley, R. p. I42 Dortch. C. Cook p. I88 Dougherty, E. p. I42 Dougherty. T. p. I42 Downey. Karr p. I42, 2l3, 259 Downey, Kurt p. I42 Doyle. K. p. I42, 259 Drew, C. p. 30 DuCros. T. Fac. p. I77, 22l Dudley, W. Fac. p. I77 Duerr. D. p. 30 Duerr. S. p. I42. 260 Duncan, H. Fac. p. l78. 270 Dunkin, D. Fac. p. I78 Duran. K. p. 96. 273 Duran. R. p. I42. 245 Durant, Leslie p. 30, I97. I99, 209 Durant. Lynnette p. 96, l97. 238. 288 Durant, R. p. l42 Dymond, G. p. I42 Easton. James p. I42 Easton, Joan p. I42, I97 Easton, John p. I43 Eaton, P. p. I43, 209. 244 Ebbs. S. p. 96 Ebbs, T. p. 96 Eberly, D. p. I43 Echter, T. p. 96 Echterling. W. p. I43 Eckdahl. T. p.96 Ecker. G. p. 30 Edmonds. B. p. 2, 30. 260, 266 Edmonds. L. p. I88 Edwards. C. p. l43 Edwards. J. p. I43. 259 Edwards, L. p. I43. l93 Egan. J. p. 30, 22I Eggart. S. p. I43 Eggen. D. p. I43, 280 Eggen, M. p. I43. 280 Eggleston, A. p. I43 Ehnert. J. p. 30, 76. 254. 256. 262 Ek. s. p. 143, l97 Elder, R. p. so. 22s. 254. 257. 262 Elder. K. p. 143. 226, 259 Eldredge, B. p. 96, I98, 2ll Eldredge. K. p. 30 Eledge. M. p. I43, 259 Elfring, L. p. 30, 252 Ellis, W. p. 96, 256, 257. 28I Ellisor. C. Engels. S. p. 75 p. 96 English, A. p. 30 Ennis. K. p. 31.244 son. M. p. 143 Erb, N. p. Erickson. Erickson. Erickson. Eskridge. Espinosa. Espinosa. Estep. C. Evans, B. Evans, J. Evans. L. Ewing. S. Eylar. M. 86, 96. 226. 229, 230 B. p. 143 Karen p. I43 Kelly p. 96 E. p. I43 A. Coach p. 209 J. p. 275 p. 96 p. I43 Fac. p. l78. l8l p. 96 p. I44. 237 Fac. p. l78 Faes. J. Fac. p. I78 Faidley, D. Cust. p. I88 Fancher, K. p. 3l Fanelli. K. p. 3I Farinella, V. p. 3l. 25l, 273 Farinella. R. p. I44. 25l, 273 Farrar, K. p. I44 Farrar, L. p. I44 Farrell. E. p. 3l Farrell, K. p. I44, 223 Faughnan. M. p. 3l. 205, 264 Fear, G. p. 3l. 274, 275 Federico. C. p. I44 Fehr. M. p. I44 Feltes, R. A.P. p. I72 Fendon. R. p. 3I Ferrero, W. p. 3I Fink. D. p. I44 Finn, J. p. I44 Finn, M. p. I4. 3l Fiore, L. p. I44, 260 Fiore, M. p. 96 Fisher, D. p. 3l Fisher. J. p. 3l. I97, I99, 223 Flageolle, B. p. 96 Flanders, S. p. I44 Fleharty, K. p. 96 Flint. L. p. 32 Flipse, S. p. 32 Florida, J. p. I44, 223 Flynn, M. p. 96. I92 Fohrd, M. p. I44 Ford, J. p. 97. 269 Ford. K. p. I44. I93. 26. 259 Ford, L. p. I44, I99, 223. 259 Ford. M. p. I7, 32, 226, 227, 228 Ford, T. p. 32 Forehand, D. p. 97 Fournier, C. p. 32 Fournier. J. p. 97, 268 Foust, V. p. I44 Francescatti, J. p. I44 Franzese. M. p. I44 Frazier, M. Fac. p. l78 Frecrich, K. p. 32 Freise, J. p. 33 French, L. p. I44 French. R. p. 33 Fresquez, D. p. I44 Freudenstein. L. p. I44 Freyre. L. p. 25l Praia. L. p. 97 Funk. K. p. 33 Funk, L. p. l45 Furr, J. p. 278 Fusaro. J. I45 Gabriel. C. p. I45. 270. 274 Gadbois. A. p. 33 Gagnon, S. p. I45 Gahm. J. p. l45 Gailus. D. I45 Gallagher. T. p. 33 Gallegos. Camille p. I45 Gallegos, Christine p. 97 Gallegos, Christopher p. 33 Gallo. A. p. 34, 275 Galloway. L. p. I45 Gamboe, L. p. I45 Gangwish, K. p. 34. 275 Gangwish, T. p. I45 Gann. M. p. 97 Garcia. P. p. I45 Gardener, M. p. I34 Gardiner. J. p. 97, 237 Garliech. L. p. 34, 276 Garscin, J. p. I45 Gavin, C. p. 264, 278 Gawlas, D. p. l45 George. C. p. 244, 253 Georgia. T. I45 Gerber. D. p. 205 German. P. p. 97 Gerze, Debra p. I45 Gerze. Diane p. l45 Gibbons. T. p. 97 Gihson. P. p. I45 Gibson, T. p. l45. 272 Giebel. E. p. 97, 244 Gillette, D. p. l45. I93, 265 Gilman. E. p. l45 Gilroy. S. p. I45 Gittins. J. p. I45. 237. 259. 277 Gleason. B. p. 97. 244, 25l, 254, 257 Gleason, M, p. I46. 226, 259 Godinez, T. p. I46, 280 Goetz. M. p. 97 Golden, A. p. 97 Goldman, G. p. I46 Goldstein, S. p. I46 Golinski. D. p. 34 Gomez. D. p. 34, 223 Gomez. E. p. I46 Gomez. J. p. 97. 2ll Gonzales, N. p. I46 Gonzales, S. p. 206 Goodbeau. R. p. I46 Goodmanson, T. p. I7, 34. 2l3, 226, 234 Goodwin. 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